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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
Creation Date:
May 14, 1971

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 14, 1971

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:02206

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Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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"tJTewisHi Floridian
Combminfl THi JEWISH OW/TY end THE JEWISH WEEKLY
irne 41 Number 20
M.ami, Florida Friday, May 14. 1971
Price 20c
'Mideast Trip Useful' Rogers Says
1ALEM '.rr A' A
but pnro pttblt narrow Insj
i| between Uk | i aitions
K ; the United States
. t ha m evident
ivaki i f Secretary i '.'. illiain i' Rogers' talks
isaJein and Cairo on tht*
,. hi .m Inti rim settle-
fir SAPIR SUBMITS
FORMAL REQUEST
JERUSALEM IJTA) A
equest for 1300
n km -mt< i '
v-YK) million ai was
t.-i to Secretary "t
- ite William P, Rogers bv
- Minister Pinhaa s-
whi n they mei d
S en tary'i brief visit t >
'.-:.i' l It has '' i n i ... osed
Ml R I r s j.ri imi A t '
. j i eqix at r

(-.ir tin' i>st io years, N-
hai n <. ived no p anta
th- United States it
noted, and for an evei
American aid
imai ilv taken tin form
im Pn Nixon Admin-
t..i' won mil-
lion in aid for is
laat yea but I

the Suez ("anal.
extn n de k acy of the
stag* was re-
ft II .. abaence of any
information n carding
with I-
.'i.-t-s or Assia-
S retary .i State Joai
S S round of talks
Egyptian President Anwar
lat.
Premier <;oida >i-ir. who post-
poned baa report to the Knesset
un her talks with thi' t.s. |as-
r-tur>. was said to lx- awaiting
the outi'umi1 of tJie wond round
of t:ilks in Cairo Iwfore milking
Soviets Try To Keep
New Trial Secret
Nl W YORK iJTA> With
an ther 1^'tmKiad trial of Jews
rn cui tntl-Soviet" activi-
lies being held this week, th
Am> man Jewish Conference on
Soviet Jewry plans a telephorx
and telegram campaign to spark
Jewish community organizations
and Individual Jewa into action,
and t.i Impress the urgency of
the cause upon IS. U.N. and
local govei nmei I of:-..
tn.- communications media
The Soviet government tried
to ki ; the trial i nine s
men arrested laat summer quiet
and held th. hearings m secret
Three other Jewa are schedul-
on trial it)i I'.uth ai-
ekaandn>vi(-ri in Rlpa May '.M
the sout i ted ["hi four
are th last i I Urn R i J
prisoi wen nt
in I -.! i and
The is) el lants in
News Briefs
i hriKtian.s Honored For Aid
ME IWNS A mimbei of Cl ; re-
> n Ital) and A for havii : protected Jews dut
War il Israeli Ambassador Amlel I Najar, repraaeni
Vail Vastwiii In J present nd certificates
appal senate who eaeaped iftei being sen
. to leath for or i network ol volunteers t" iavi
Ft i>"ti I>.ir- who headed i group that trai
i Jews to Switzerland; Arturo Demolo nil wtf< Adele and their
I i iit.r. Adele M.ina Radice. in Buenos Aires, the Latin
i-rican Jewish Ooogresa honored Mrs Emilia Pcise Schindlei
lata huaband, Oscar, who helped save 1,200 Jewa em;
fad TV :n c.-e. h World War II. Among th.
en at tl a u Bela Andahozj Kaanya, i fort
;' vernment minister, who had provided the Jews with
ports
I \-\azi* G* On Trial
ONN IWNS | fflciala went
ed th
1941. m ijor I
i f ritz F rhei
: Rene Rosenl

I.".(MN) < omplctv Stadtai
USALEM (WNS Exact 0 n d
. need
>l the Foreign Ministry's Divisioi I
,.' if the 1 '-'i -
foui th ii
liiKtitutf Oc-uiiiN i oiisf ruction
NTA SUSANA I ill! iWNSi The Bran* i Camp Insti-
., in >, i. oratot
tit nation I i it
i at the
wei k's Leningrad trial has been
changed since last Friday, II
was reported. Two prisoners re-
rtedly have bean returned to
Jail and two others substituted
for them in the dock; the change
make-, th. list of defendants i \-
actly the same as that of the
I.'r.ir.prad trial which opened
Jan. tl ard closed without ex-
planation after 10 minutes
The Soviet news agency, Tass,
distributed an official report on
the trial Tuesday in an effort
t Its version before the
public. "A preliminary tnvesti-
owed that eight of the
nine defendants were accom-
i lices of the criminals con-
ed In Leningrad last De-
an attempted
lent re of a Sovii t \ a
.hi Iner," tht report laid
it say a
nts was not
'ii. i In th< hl-
b ft lid a'l th
d ha immitti I a numbi r
criminal off< nses
matically
Urn fabrication and
Io nof mater, ils slander-
Soviet I state
:-.." the reporl declared,
ggled stand) roue infor-
I thro
mals It hat g< I that thi >
-Hlerahle sums for
Ing i i.t in.still acts partic-
u nl. from the Dinerman I ...
British firm.
Various Jewish organizations
..I concern over the
trials pending in Kishinev, Riga
an.l l.i rum-rail The International
Affairs Departments of the
v.i.Md Jewish Congress called it
"an imlnous sequel to the Len-
ad trials of last Decmlier."
when two Jews were sentenced
tu di ath and others to long
1.1 ms of imprisonment. It ap-
;> aled to the Inti i national com-
ri to mak.- its
i i these polii leal
tria kn n n and to se k I hi r
Znnd, 24 Others Given
Permission To leave
new
M | u I 24 oth
11

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of 1 rt h. am".
; ; ; : ..-.is said th
to let ih. 25 leave w is n achi d
i i
-. i .ii b) 'ii. So\ i riiv.' nment
itiona
for emigration made by Jews

int; -n i' fi rmation reci Ived last
to haw i !"
her state-iil-thi.-nal ion speffh
tu Israel's parliament.
After Si ell tarj Rogi rs re-
el to I "resident Nixon i i
Middle East trip Monday, White
House spokesman Ronald Zieg-
i. i told newsmen thai the Pn si-
dent believes the trip was help-
ful to The evi ntnal solutions in
thi area an I for maintaining
the "momentum of the discus
si. ns."
Mr Ziegler refused to no into
on any aspect oi the nego-
tiations, but repeated Mr. Ror-
ers' slat, mi nt that the trip was
"very worth while" and said
that there is sun:.' basis to the
belief that the differences !>-
tw. en the parties eon.
have iin narrowed somewhat.
The eonsensiis SulMMISj ols-r\-
i rs here i thai Israel has m.-I.I-
ed slightl) on two baaie iH>int
the ilislaiiae it is willing to poll
Lai k from the eanal and the hv-
tenl to whM-li it wiMild permit
Egypt fu send personnel into the
evaenated /.one.
According to urn
ports from Cairo. Egypt ha- In-
dia ati d its w illingness to I
only a "token" military I i
without artiller) or armor. I
aat I ank of the canal i
\\ as s.ii.i to have offer* d I
l ack from pai i of thi Bar-L *
line. A contradictor) reporl i '.
Mrs. Ml Ir, In her talks with Mr.
Rogers, had declared her go -
ernment's intention to n
Continucc* on f9 9-A
What's happening here...
I recntly received a report from Hie Council of Jewiih
Federations and Welfare Funds indicating the progress
that is being mode in Federation campaigns in 95 com-
munities.
I am proud to announce rhat Miami is among the two
major Jewish communities that has surpassed all pre-
vious campaigns in their history.
However, we cannot applaud ourselves yet becovi?
there is still a job to be done, money to be raised ttri
people to help.
The following is a progress report on cities with 3
Jewish population of 40,000 and over. In Miami ther* is
still outstanding 37.7% of 1970 s compaign values. This
means that we have of least another third of the cam-
paign to go, as well as new pledges being mod*
every day.
We have raised more money in 1971 than we have
ever raised before. The people ol Israel cannot occept tr-
iad that this is our most successful campaign unless
eoch of us in our own heorts know that every effort
has been made to raise as many dollars as is possible.
Our local beneficiary agencies cannot occept that this
is our most successful campaign unless they can continut
their outstanding service to our community.
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Fiiday. May 14,
Mike Klitenick. (right) student CJA-IEF chairman for the
University of Miami campus, reported that more than 150
students worked on the first U-M campaign and 800 stu-
dents contributed over S4.5O0. He is pictured above at a
check presentation and workers award ceremony with
Rabbi Stanley Ringler, Director of Hillel on the University
of Miami campus; (left) and Leonard Luria, a member of
the Hillel Board and of the CJA-IEF campaign cabinet.
Sidney Siegel Promoted By
Miami Beach Hebrew Home
1 unanimous vote, the board .\> x rut pn sident, Mr.
lirectora ol the Miami Beach Siegel will he responsil tlv
Hebrew Home for the Aged has supervisl F the Home's opera-
lion and will put li I the
lutions
adopted by the b
the affaii I M
Hebi .' 11 1*01 th Agi >i
Mr. Si M been a --
wuh homes for tin I hos-
pitals foi the past 30 j irs H<
has served the Miami Beach in-
stitution for nine > art, and under
his guidance thv Home has pros-
pered and grown A new building
housing mon than i|fcl beds was
added, bringing the total capacity
tram M bada la lift The old quar-
ters now servi s th.- custodial can'
di partnent; the new Is an 1 ati "'l-
iil ran- facility.
New Young Israel
Officers Elected
Th. nan a iininistrani.fi -
. ntly by Young Israel d Gn at-
, 1 Miami will be install'.t .11 a
dinner in its social hall 990 NS
ivist St., Sunday, '
6 1 on,
Ban-) l' Schreil <
torn y, was named to si rve as
president for the con. 1 the
slate ol off! '" ides D
Norman A. Bloom and Nathan
/.. in. 1. vice sidi nts; Dr Joseph
G. Low ""; Jo' :
seph Meyers, financial seen I
and Ernest Field, tr< asurer
The Gabboim ol the 1 1
will 1* Mi ssrs Fi I rris Tep-
!r ami Murray Frand. Herb
Hochfelaon was Council
Del. :
Xhe syi affiliated with
h, National Council "i Young Is
1 a.'I. mam goal ol win.-h is to in-
culcate the principles ol tradi-
si i irthodox Judaism in the
1. wish youth "i '
a social and
,,!,. 1 youth .'ii thitics
Beachite Jack Bash Elected
Jewish Men's Club Veep
B, ,.
was lent* elected

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Max M. G
I m ittoi ney is
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ral Semui r> ol A n 1
Syn is l v
T And the Bureau of Jewish Education
Cosponsors Of Jewish Identity Program
Anintenshi lew-ish identity pro- minimal expos
,,:,i joint!) sponsored l>> Hi ...
y\: vu'i1. \ '
ind ire enth

the Bun m ->< Jewiah Education il I
. ited bj Martin salas.
it 'he
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Miami Jewish
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given to many executives In homes
for the aged, hospitals and other
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fnday. May 14. 1971
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Maj. Spector Speaker At
Temple Judea Bond Event i a* chief Executive
Friedland Named
To Succeed Stein
Rabbi Bakst Attending Conference
A Wlrg
tn Force,
till >
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Commander in [sraeFi
Maj. Yiftaih Spector,
puest s;vaker Sunday
MAJ. iUJACM JPKTOB
,- T. m I i i-i <
Stab nil i.. hall ol l-ia<
:s rdli
., > by R ibbl Moi ris a
; iruuai k ader. and S
- dinner chaii man
p m di I* i in the !i m-
. -i la! hall n ill !>. prei
i I'ptlon In honor "f Mm i
-. tor his i outstaml-
ii .. heroes The reception
I osted bj i>i and Mrs
I'.. innrrt Vecner, upon whom Mai
Spector will confer the State of
r.siai'l Shalom Award in recogni-
tion of their leadership on behalf
oi Israel's economic development
through the Israel Rond drive.
Orli of Israel's foremost pilots,
Mai Spector, 30, Hew some 30 mis-
sions during the Six-Day War of
June, 19ti~. Hi i- credited with
downing eighl Egyptian planes in
1ln- decisive early stages of the
fighting when Israels course was
taking shape,
A* Wing Commander, the Major
heads the squadron originally led
b) Mai Gen, E r Weizman, the
former C'ommander-in-( hief of Is-
rael's An Force, who was instru-
mental in tin- development of the
nation's air arm
A Sadra oi tiativ.--bi.rn Israeli.
Mai. Spector is a product of kib-
butz life, the system of cooperative
settlements founded by the pio-
neers of Israel winch has served
as the w. Il-spring ot th country's
soi '..i! and cultural development
and has pre* rved tin- piom er
spirit and handed it on to succeed-
w m rations
Jack Friedland, 40. president of
1 Food Fair Stores, Inc.. has tx-cn
named chief executive officer of
the retail food and department
store chain. Hi' succeeds Louis
i Stein, chairman, as chief ejeecu-
j live of the diversified retailing
1 firm with annual sabs of close to
$1' billion.
Mr. Friedland, who has served
as president since \W>. joined the
company as a store clerk 25 years
j ago. anil has served in a number
of operations as well as adminis-
trative ikjsi.s. He was elected to
the board of directors m 1H.V2. and
became a vice president a year
later
Mr. Stein, 65, has been associ-
ated with Food Kan since 1929.
He served a-- general counsel until
1940, when he was elected a vice
president, and was elevated to the
presidency in 1953. Mr Stein, who
has now been named chairman of
Mi. i'i m Ij formed corpoi it.- i,
mittee, and will con-
tinuing as chairman of th. hoard.
d< d Samuel Friedland, the
iny's founder, as chairman
ai.d chii f I'M cutivc officer In 1966
Kabbi Meir Rakst. assistant
principal of the Hebrew Academy
ot Greater Miami, participated
this week in the annual conven-
tion of the National Conference of
Yeshiva Principals at Greenfield
Park, NY.
Principals and administrators of
more than 4O0 Hebrew Day Schools
in North America took part in the
cWhcTnvc whirri dealt with "mien
subjects ;is individualized instruc
tion. the non-raoVd school, the
impact of the technological revo-
lution on the classroom and the
problem ot activism in Jewish life
and youth involvement in dem-
onstrations, sit-ins and protests
The National Conference of Ye-
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Friday. May 14
Number20
19 IYAR 5731
Rogers Deserves Credit
No one expected Secretary of State Rogers to return
from his Middle East trip with signed agreements, but from
ell reports and indications significant gains in the efforts
for peace appear to have been made. To guess what hap-
pens next in that volatile area would be foolhardy, but
cr.e can hopefully see some light in the coming weeks.
There is little guestion that a pact involving the Suez
Canal would be a psychological breakthrough toward a
peace settlement. Both Israel and Egypt would have the
breathing time needed to work out more difficult problems
dealing with the occupied territories. That breathing time
would not only open the way for progress on other po-
litical issues but give both nations an opportunity to give
more attention to their social problems. If it appears that
Egypt gains an advantage with the Canal in operation
again and it will not be opened overnight there are
many intangible advantages that accrue to Israel which
cannot be ignored, and are not being overlooked by the
Israeli leaders.
One thing is apparent and that is that Rogers, whom
we have criticized in the past, has established his good
faith in both the Arab and Israeli capitals and for that he
deserves a good deal of credit.
Israel's Central Message
No Jew who has visited Israel and seen Yad Vashem
will ever forget that shrine to the memory of the six million
Jews exterminated by the Nads.
It is significant that, even before any official engaae-
ments. Secretary of State William Rogers was taken by
Israeli officials to that stark and sobering edifice. For all
diplomatic rhetoric aside, this is the central message Israel
wants to convey to America and the world: the basis in
reality, as well as emotion, for their suspicion toward the
nations of the world and their motivation.
Our Secretary of State is a sensitive mart. Yad Vashem
cannot affect him as it does a Jew. but it may give him a
better understanding of what we believe is really at stake
in the Middle East.
Obstinacy Almost Admirable
One would almost express admiration for the obsti-
nacy of some Bible-loving, pious, prayerful School Boards
in this country if the whole thing didn't border on con-
tempt of the Supreme Court and its decisions.
The latest Board to fly in the face of the nation's high-
est court is in nearby Broward County, where something
called "a morning meditation period" has been ordered
to include the "opportunity for individual prayer and Bible
readings, or inspirational messages." The School Board
attorney, when asked if the policy conflicts with the Su-
preme Court on bans on mandatory school prayer, is re-
ported to have said, "Just cross your fingers."
That about sums up the legal posture of the Broward
policy and says a good deal about the continued defiance
of the law by those misguided souls. This is another of
those counties where underpaid teachers, overcrowded
classrooms and years of discrimination have made a
shambles of education. Prayers and Bible-reading for the
students will not overcome the failure of the adults to live
by the precepts of those prayers and the prophetic mes-
sage of the book.
Ratification Receives Major Setback
Ratification of the Genocide Convention, which has
been pigeonholed by the U.S. Senate for 22 years but now
appeared ripe for passage, has received a mojor setback
as a result of the Calley case. Members of the Foreign
Relations Committee say their mail has been running 100
to 1 against it since the conviction, giving some idea of
how some Americans really feel about genocide when it
comes home to roost.
WASHINGTON There
mute who puspeel that Prof
J. Kenneth Gailbrsith,
gene McCarthy and even I
John K Fairbank could do w "1
a bit of n ducstton But
Ine I
laboi p. tth :- 1 : it
in its Urt-floored
where they earn 1
a-ayi by being eenfliw
.. room to tend the an-
iratus!
the
!.- M
0 far from wh
v. '
' ,h"

1
Comment
Part of the pro.- A grow-
ing] strong in one's Jewishm SI
is when you stop worry:"-* about
what the non-Jew will think or
say about Jewish concern!
peopk*.
IT IS NOT with any Ident
crisis in mind that I I
turbed about what some non-
Jews are Hying about !.-
particularly since what
said is under the auspicv- of
organizations like Israel B
I'nit.-d Jewish Apt*' ll in.i 1
er.it ions from here to San r
Cisco. Not only "what." but
"who."'
The "who's" beine in recent
weeks men like Sen Henry J
v in, Sen Erf* a '. < lui > Sen
James Buckley the caua :
concern b
one familiar with Am r pol-
mmitted t<
continued military pr.
Vietnam, they are ob 1
trrtM Communist and the
two h ive ree rda or
which would h i\i
. ht-v. :r vtn CooUdge Bui thej
porters 1 if Isr el

m the J
'
what 1
[Kriodical "Ide is" di si
IF \\K CAN a
.
: ,
reel u d V
h i- 1 -iall hitrh e
lion, while that of Vletni
largely Illiterate
den* by 1 went) j <.
But this makea no
rtrateck
of the two nal

most intercstinc and
.f the first-hand ace
("hin. m m dnland th
tPlng'Fong dip
TOR RKASOSs
tl n rvea Mehm
wed him nrottn
>K.I H:s thocl
1 l th
port on


-.
ITS QI'ITI
tha*
'
I
comfort ibl) Unhi
fmn iiv roon

Chi! it Qn
-
ext
In 1
: II : 1 r
it nee, I
I) '
th m Han
ad '
Pine-Pong
Found to h
Ni
.
their a an '
in 1 MA) 5d a
\x TO I
..... prearni
vast majority It t
Continued on Pgr 7 A
by EDWARD COHEN
to \M.
the south a: nting
" 1 th.' In-
an accident
th it SO toM > |re it pSWen have
areas? China,
J.i|nn and now
a in Vietnam.
.- 1 Persia, I '.r
K: ar.ee. England iennafl
.1 and America in
P Those who claim that
\- America) have no vital b>
th eae two r.-Kions
ok at history and at

Ml A > In support
of Israel and ju-t at Qrmly in
opposition t'i our praaenea in
Its Inception I
ml a 11 h
.
Lout* Bel it the n
". of th.' Orl 1 Rab-
Amei 1 held
Th.- 4 the Vr"..riean
. threat
' il left bum not l-
dical
the '.* m .11
[rowing '.
: the
ommunity." he warn.il.
: left
' the
' '
tin PACf 1 that 1 \i
with I
I rad mild

I
I *ith the
than with th.-
native-right
, T^ iit turned on the
' hawks, n th.'
'
ryl ind n: ;..
'lar | iudarat n
Iias hurt th |
Israel an .one our
*ay atreiagtbening
for the American Je%>
lishment
I mow, baea
heard from them ibo il I in 1*
cnt waata.
The fashionable left
radical stereotype o!
militaristic *>
dominance of Orthodux rjhba
not borne out by the '
isn't the perfect
human race that the
founders h.>|*sl f..r
pretty Kod DM nc
for people as Mini
Orthodox ha..
and pech.
\( Kl raids story of
mcil e mventton R
Stern said The I
Bent us. mo\1ng
t treason bythi
the uianlag* "l,!
.Hit ..I th.- hands
auth i and to then
under civil ontr
ed thnt the Orth
In Amrr n,nJ"
IB the 1; .\.rmr.. I **
Tha astinuual rel noui
ir.-i Karl paW

Y/or*
(Mes- ih>" a
of both "
th.- radtoal :
American J.- noi
Bttraettoa will not ^"^
ba duaa who rlaa
a laUrtoriatk th.
Speaki n Bun ^
A


Fr.ccy. May 14. 1971
? ir ;<#- n*-r Paqe 5-A
Temple Menorah Saluting
llabbi On 20th Anniversary
Menorah will h inor
Mayer Abramowitz Satur-
::; with a community,-wide
11 Kill SUSSMAN
ti ibute 'it the F intaim -
H >tel marking his 20Ui in
ritual leader of
. Beach congrei iti i
,;.. tl
: i e will be
.....I ins kind
. >: Geoi g< S W ( -'
\\ \ I'niv rsit;
I:
*ho
h nd
audience, most of the testimoni-
als w I delivered by T
Menorah officials.
M Arthur Jurkowitz will n.w-
rate "Rabbi, Do i*ou R< rm mber?"
an original ml ita which will be
40 members of the
y SChoo nil"!- r
Mn R maid Hi I-
ler r.r- \ ro Fektm in, I
star ol I- i >pera, will l<
audience In ih. tinging .>f th.'
at 'I Israeli nation
the ru
\ ten R rtchih
director : the Unrti I Sj
' for th South
Uniti d States, w II d< .... r the
iti r! thi | T
cal Si ol A nerl
utlve c mmH
il th Rrtbinl -.l Am enrol;
lead v with
R ltd .n no elentfm thi
growth of the Oonservatree Move.
mint thr^U'-'hout the area.
Jerry Susaman, a vice pres'dent
"I Ten ; y. norah and :i nation il
idei ol the Unite i Syn i to pie of
will serve a*
...
: '.: Ill if I ; I
th ir. 800 iind li Ab-
ran .\.t/ guidance, will present
.r | i N ptl
a <
M il 'I 'i .- r\
. at pn t:dent
nd *
chairman or the Board, wffl speak
in behall of the Israi ? Institu-
tions for winch Rabhi Abramowltz
led leadership through-
'in h v two decades of service In
S iuth Florid i,
Mi R len, national president of
th Vmerican Friends of Tel Aviv
Universitv, will Introduce Dr Wise.
flying here fro Israel n
.' :n the tribute to R ibbl
Vbramowiti Dr Wise who has
a frequent visitor to thi-;
area, is the former c i rn an oJ
th>' ; t. itii mnl board i >l w -
the Hebrew (Jnivcrsit)
Iman, a memtx
'hi Ti mole Menorah, will
ast to the rab 5p d tl
will ilso be
Ral Mrs Abr I bj
Mri Gottlieb : of
the S -' rh I .-ind Mrs. S iuI
Ginzbur | of ihi' P.T A
' n ; I rUckman will an-
nounce the pr icession of dlstin-
he I guest* Reservations foi
Saturday night's dinner still are
.. ill il '.. and m ly be curi I it
ih>- temple office,
Two men who have played key roles in the steady growth
of Temple Menorah during the past two decades are Rakb;
Mayer Abramowitz, (left) and Leonard Rosen, past presi-
dent of the Miami Beach synagogue who now serves ~3
chairman of its board of directors.
Rabbi Abramowitz Says
Job 'lias Just Begun*
lev
c in I .
-;
emig .i '
I
rovid
-.
usanda >l I vi Many
a. tin hi
if a. pi
y th.' Hitler Hi
n i n. women and
the D.P.
N i/
ition camps Th wi n
I on to Palestine
in of the reborn Stab ol
b) tegs] and extra'
Abramowttz, hu .i> In
oguard of thi-. movement,
' aa chaplain of the famed
Infantry Division, then <>(
>'v> ol Occupation In Berlin.
Mterahip of the JDC spanned
Btinent from Germany t"
I* This laa lership has lv. n
' '. during his 30 |
mi' 1.
Abramowitz has served
mal chaplain of the Jewish
ins <>f the United Stab
~"t''i of the Florida Stale
j-.i Association, th.' Ran-
Aaao satton of ijn'ut.r Mi-
ll* \o |h Shoaa Ttonial Die-
I and of the Jewish National
fund Council 0f South Florida
n is played ton rotea in th<
'wish Appeal and the
f^wids Organi'-arion. th.
I il nfprence of Christiana
[ -ws and countless Other or-!
'itions and is pm-s-ntly rhair- '
Ban ,( the South Florida di\
'he American Jewish Cbnfer-'
. ':
'.....
v pjshing I
||
.'.....
V :
tl '
:
''" : .....
! : Which '!'-
.... |
he I e Iraqi, Russian
A I
T!i' youi x raW i '; i
'
il.-. leader li
ury that h is
s.itn i. rht ii"- f--''-'-- J< w
i I ...... I v
for a Job h, i tyi "has )-u Shepard Broad Reelected As
Bay Harbour Islands Mayor
Banker SKena-d Hromi is re-
elected m \ r of Bav H'r'-ir T<-
lands this week f**r his 3Srh e*-
., -ut \. oix -ye >- term. Dr, l i
M.
councihnen Joseph Corien and Arn-
old Fein hecan new I
ti rn -
Harrv Arthur G-eorh_ wa
i 'ir t--*' munlctpsl i-id"" and
Horwitz wan n -1 d "*-
attorney Utttmnv Nalea was re
appointed town clerti
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1
FccaS-A
Fndn*. 14^ ^
Sm&
Max Lerner
Sees It
The torn and dausht at Anwnca have been
)r>.n_- io v old Mwj I' '.son* of the European
0) less than attr iits. In California
the May I send a : aerwaant wan shot, on the
ground that his Job wai to Vietnam to he killed In
w/aahh the hard-oore contingent of the antiwar demon-
rs tried to carry out Itl MRU BBtf- -.pointed job of p..
I rnment
If ea in the beam
tbej and I ave :r. dU -.or unr.
I find about killing re. BBBBti Ntor
do I find anyti. leant hit WW ll Ronnie D
a : -M m on the wide-
.^volutior ll have nothing

chile-

IN \ \ \TION OR -
- M
fay Day i
- have "
and th.
In the Unit "es fur a movenv
'
.something mor> confer., to 1 > hit theae a)
_ and what .-
t) the ... -'
To '.vr Mr N ^
not or his boss.
AttOTOay Hoover. Part
:" crrent of
nal Mr Nobbh and Mr Hoover -d th
:'.h the fi In Id aln I
a aa|| turr. the inaaariaJ '
tr
OMB of Ml TWMEXM he antiwar liberal com-
: look UBM
Bta in ard "-^C 'ho anti-war nt
I tluir Bl "-; ind understand their frustra-
- bi But tbej none ad tragic- Bjwrtant
Bdfflf th the moan- by wtt id To end it
..fa humani-
another. What
I the wax at the coal of society which. with all
: ... .is. is functioning tole: we of :U dofI Oh r:ies
to minding them?
The ronaanbe cult of revolution ia the opium of the left
dual* today and the addiction of BOOM of the most attract
. wj minded of our young people.
C: p ix
I KNOW NOTHIN<. ABOIT the IfMOCBnCO or guilt of L
loa, whom the Justice Department brought to Seattle u:
navy bail before the Grand Jury Edgar Hoover and
U keep pre*. arlaa of
mundroraa. like tfc : ui case and now
Bacon ea*e They ha\e I hich lose
flanae and rnon won't lie able to
Hooter and Hit nd. the
the
in the form of du proc w, whether in &
H irrisburg or Washing!
But. lanoeei I thing but compassion
h whom r homes.
them well or ill. educating them ace i our
spinning loving dreaa them, only to :
nt up somehow in i> yonl t". -s or
I '
'
TIIK.RK. I" \ BOOK them who
.^med to ended in
. -ion in a town house :.- New York Head it. and
mourn or. 1 Btt Bl we m-urn all the
American Bom who have died m the war. and the crippled
ns who threw their medals on the Capitol steps in
-.mgton.
We have anrer today againat the heads of government and
th. ir advisers who send men off to wars they do not them-
- fight But do we have anger also for the men who put a
halo around the idea of revolution, and who send young p-'opie
into adventurts of thai they themselves stay clear of.
at the very moment wt* n *e iv-ed a cementing not a fragmer.t-
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idoy. May M. 1971
>Jewlstncrkiar
Page 7-A
Professor To Address
Spring Cultural Meet
Yirmiahu Yovel, a philoso-
',, i aim) lecturer from the He-
, Mvi'rsity of Jerusalem was
ress the annual "Spring Cul-
I Mi .imc" sponsored by the
can Friends ol the Hebrew
I slty in th' Saxony Hotel at
Thursday Hi- was to be
\ | iced by RaWu Leon Krontsh
r. riipJ- Beth Sholom.
i : Yovel, who Is currently In
a4U
-op
< ontinued From Pagr 4-A
ht soil In the remotetl n
ins of the Chinese country-
K r Hnse who soeapsd
-reform cam|M (Car toiurher
| 7 May Schools) night-soil
ling would also be the lot in
11a of the yotmg people now
, >nsl rating in Washington.
th their Mao buttons bih!
. North Vietnamese flags.
should h.- added that the
,. number of Chinese uit.l-
: ,k pduc itoi -met party
i n the "~ M ly Schools"
I'unvntlj estimated "in the
bj the wisest Am. n-
inrflysts v i re-education
hip, h ird lab ir
In] Mao-t .- the p i
.-. [xirpos< Bse charm-
v- i-u'M.n-
\i>\ OF I
ilioi Most
h been put on the i
! by rh.' Chinese press :r: 1
sfehncrt i report was only
he was tin*
W temet I*- allowed
, ..-. n "7 Maj Schoor with
- iwn eyi
V.-t although Ihe facts
I tufl tor prot> sssonal
I -watchers, thc> still have
.! leal of >;.. snee so the
sent condition of th* United
They suggest. In truth.
ncredibte lengths to which
American Intellectuals now
j the us., ol mor il ami
i il double indard
st PNMS that i "7 M iy"
if reeducation were sctu-
I reposed f n Sen Me*' it
Prol i '. lilbi dfJi
, Suppose farther, thai
.,.<.
i t i teach lite ti monstr i-
- noto in w ishin I
pat .in. hard work
vest personal cleanliness
.' whir tressed in
th burnlns I nation '
P le j
hi sroul t how led
iood i- m idv One
i least thank hesn t"i
ill mere) Bui one must
uii.. win anything so
ht'kiiic by any rtand-
resaoa and humaneness,
i ls< lip regarded i- i
u.ibic. pi ibabb, nei
n"> i",ry in "the building of
"l" So |0I I lv M
Chinese Inti llectuah n I
students
vi r THIS is the stage of in-
'u.il corruption thai
.!> wi.i.'v reached bj
I left-wing Intellectu-
I the young people who
. them. II iy4w the ana i
i less) nmsorhist drive, which
again become fashions
A to in public.
Monsjfr Statin used
d over b) the Etu s>
Vnjp old ntonata M
' over bj the Amerie m
'" today Mayt' the
' ne,.<| ,i mops!,.
TIMS DOM not
' s. BOveennv i
-wiftiy toward SI
I tteo'i Chins
1 a Comm mists n
on equal Th I
' rather than mo
Hut the
that large sum- 't '
" rrtelleotual >v
awful mesa.
the United States a? visiting as-
sistunt professor in Princeton Uni- ,
versity's rtlflsMnllJl department.
I will speak on the topic 'Hebrew
| Untveretty Its Impact on Today
! and Tomorrow."
Prof Yovel, Who holds a Ph.D.
legree lummi cum laude from
Hebrew University, is the author,
if various books and articles He.
has trawled extensively to cover
his teaching and lecturing tug i
hedule
Mrs Trudy Hamerschlag presi-
lent of the Greater Miami Worn-
is Division is serving as chair-
man oi the educational meeting,
whuh is open to Fru nils ol th.-
Hebrew Ulilv unity ani their
gueata
Cardiologist Speaking On
Mort Disease Symptoms
As part of Mt. Siar.i's continuing
, community educational program.
Or Lawrence S Cohen, i Mt
S Hot 'til staff cardiologist. I
m ... to speak to the Southgats
Towers S Thursday in the Southcate mcet-
rn; room on th" topic "Clinical
S r>s irKl 3ym*fjeiTM of Heart
Dtjeact."
I>r Cohen :- we|l-qnal:f ied to
k on heart iHsratt. having
i heari specialist since 1964
a r Univenit) gradu ite,
tart phyi in In Mt
Sinai's .. theti itlon lab-
ile professor
at the Unive sits ( Mi iml
Contest Winners
Are Aniiouneecl
The winners of the Americanism
Speech contest and the Ro\ and
Girl of the Year contest sponsored
by the Exchange Clubs of Dad.-
County to instill our youth with a
more meaningful conception of our
country** heritage have been
announced
The winners were Don Wiener,
Norland High School, first prize;
l.in la Shapiro, Coral Park High
School, second prize; Peggy Lane,
Cs .1 City High School', third
prize; and Stephen Grand, Miami
High School fourth prize
Tlie Boy and Girl of the Year
contest was judged on the merits
it citizenship scholarship, and
service to school and community.
John Wesley Cooper of Palmetto
High School was chosen Boy ..i the
Year, and "in! ol the Ycir was
Nancy Arnold ol Miami High
School. The high school having the
best Junior Exchange Club was
Miami Senior High.
Rabbi Caplan To Lead Tour
To Israel Leaving June 24
Rabbi and Mrs Jonah E. Cap- ;
Ian. who have made a number of
previous trips to Israel will lead a [
three-wor-k tour of Israel leaving
June 24 from Miami.
Rabbi Caplan is spiritual leader
of Sky Iakc Synagogue, where he
or Mrs. Brucbe Rosen can be
reached for further information
Sabbath Of Concern' for Soviet Jews
Designated by Rabbinical Association
South Florida Jewry was called upon Wednesday to mobilize
Its full resources ir. protest against the resumption 91 the Soviet
"show1 trials in Leningrad.
The Rabbinical Association ,,f Greater Mi unl declared
Friday nighl and Saturday to be i "Sabbath of CoHceni" and
tnoiv than in 1>m and Browftrd county rabbts^nanged or
added to their sermon topics on the topic >.t Russian anti-
Semitism.
Rabbi Sol I.and in of Beth l>i\i,! Congregat i >r sidenl of
the issociation, said the theme ol most sermons will !>. 'no
more trials live the prison) :
Congregants will be urged to send Individual le! and
letters to Premier Kosygin, Leonid Brezhnev and Vi >1< I
ynin making the same requests.
. Mayer Abramowitz ol T mpli Menoi il cha can of
the South Florida division ol the American i nferenci
iovii t Jewrj iss led i i i to all Jewish orgai
Dade and Broward to initiati protest activities ol iheii o
"We cannol relj in Ihi livit sol national Jewisl
and organizations to indicate the extreme with which
our communit) views the start ol the trials in Leningrad And
there is every Indication mor< tri Is will b gin n ithei Rj
cities "
He said even those group* which have disbanded their for-
mal meetings for the summci "should summoned Into emerg-
ency session and organize ongoing programs to alert public
opinion among both Jews and non-Jews.'
H.adi|uarters of the American Conference on Soviet Jewry
have been moved Into the offices of the Qreato Miami Jewish
Federation. The Federation is coordinating activil of the over-
all agency on Russian Jews, which is sponsored nationally by
everj maim- Jewish organization in the United States
THE COST OF HIGH LIVING.
Point II. Very posh. Very prestigious. Very r- h
quality. Superbly located. We planned it tKit way.
Because a few select people in this world want it
that way. Point II is no economy mode! or
"typical'' oceanfront condominium. We created
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finest location m Florida ... on a point of land
where Port Everglades Inlet meets the sea \
Point II residence can cost $60,000. $80,000,
even $110.000. But for families who want to
maintain the prestige, quality and value m tl eir
home, it's an intelligent investment. If I
residence .s worth it. Point 11 is. When you see
our modeis on the 2nd floor of Point II. we
think you'll agree.
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
BIKURIM RECOGNITION DINNER
Launching the
RABBI MAYER ABRAM0WITZ FOREST
in the
SOVIET JEWRY FOREST
IN ISRAEL
SUNDAY, HAY 23, 1971 -fOHTAMBUAU H0Ttt-6:30 Ml.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Foundation Chairman
For Reservations
Mr*. Richard L. Schwarz
Chairman, Women for JNF
JNF Office 420 Lincoln Road
Mayor Jay Dormer
President
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New Officers Elected By
Rabbinical Association
. : B LsbOVlU, spiritual
ol I. i.pi.- Ner Tamid, h:is
: :il >f the Kal>-
i \. lation i ter Mi-
| lomma, year.
I were Rabbi I
np Beth Sh rtom
Rabbi Mhxwell
pie Z imoi i. ]-
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tor ol thi
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iiv nits "ing pn si-
vas mmended by the As-
I hit exemplary serv-
term y ofl AJi i
Rabbi Labovitz, out-
dent, ''. ibbi Avrom
ol I-- aelite Center Tern-
: >r lii two terms of excep-
n cc as secretary, and
Kingsley, for hLs service a-;
iVtT.
I.. boVitl ha.s he<-n spiritii-
iJr at Temple Nat* Tamid|
.' it> Tr.cepUon and durine his
I has Trow n from mom-
-'ip ol .1 handful of founders
ii the leading Conservative
- in the South He
i Doctor <>f Divinity PMIi the* University and nu-
ns i r academic degrees.,
e and JewWi com-
i s, Rgfcbl Laboviti has
i i y \ lee president
i treasurer of the RabbinkaJ
f (!re iti r Ml urd An
". -i he has i
.'. i \ and h erved as
community wide Holiday and High
Holy Days chairman of the Israel
Bond Organization
vita la the chaplain
of the JWV Post 723, Harry H.
I ohen Bi mi h; be is on th I
>: l'.i Freed >m Lodge
of the B'nal B'rith tnd on the
mn ittee ol the Jewish
During the past year, the R-\l>l>i
erved the "Jew-
ish Woi i Hour,' ..ii Ch. 10. He
is a m r ol the Sp ak Bur-
eau ol Israel ind is
nl of the Societj : ir the
V1-. mo ment for Spiritual Juda-
M iriah.
"I w i mgratulate mj fel-
low ifflcers, and h >pe thai they
will work together In close har-
mony ror the betterment ol the
Jewish community ol Gi^ato*1 Mi-
ami in particular, and the Miami
'ommunitv in eeneral." Rahhi
Laboviti declared. '! hopf to fol-
low in the footsteps of some of the
great spiritual leaders of the com-
munity, who h*ve served the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Asso-
ciation m the capacity of presi-
dent, and who have furtherad the
role of the rabbi in religious and
civic activities."
Social Hour Follows Meeting
Dr Morris Tone, president, Free
Sons o! Israel Miami Lodge 20s.
was to conduct the group's regular
meet ng Thursdaj rvenii in the
Jefferson Hank Hid:.. 301 Arthur
Godfrey Rd. A social hour
'ill ttion was to f illow I hi mslness
ag> n
'Mideast Trip
Useful'Rogers
lieth David Names
New School Bids.
The Jeanne B. Zuckerman School
Building at 7.-)(l0 SW 120th St..
will !> dedicated Sunday, May 23,
at 10 am.
Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual I
leader of Both David Congrega-'
tion and president of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association, will
conduct the ceremony incorporat-
ing the school as the south
branch of the B,th David Reli-
gious School.
Dignitaries attending will in-
clude Chuck Hall, former Mayor
ol Metropolitan Dade County.
The late Mrs Harry Zuckerman
ler of Beth David Congrega-
tion's Sisterhood tor many years,
w i- active in work for the He-
>: Home for the Aged, and is
eapeciall) concerned with the edu-
ol the y tung The naming
of the Ri I .-. ius School building
In her rm morj is thus particularly
appropi iate
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he promised the LTi : -
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and cross the cat al bj forci.
Mr. Rogers' initial talks with
Premier Miir were Said to have
been abrasive, with t"i- Amer-
ican diplomat iharplj critical of
Israel's position and Mm Matr
adamant in her hard-ltn< staad.
Reliable sourrea ri ported that
the deadloeh wa* broken when
Deii us. Mints! r Mm',, Dayan
n.'ii Mr. V--I i, in-ill length} talks
dnring n *ilch some emu easiona
. re offer* d.
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Temple Judea Elects
Horwich To 2nd Term
The ronpn-KWion' Of T>mpl<>
I cJeetrd Rtefaard J. Horwich
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tinual el<
Mr Horwich, n Coral Cab'.,-- at-
has bwn < m< mber of Tom-
- tere A tete
or cotillion?
!>! Judea for is >..us, tad hn
teivrd u an officer for tin- pan
I even yean. Ha >* very prominent
in Jewish community affaus, and
is presently nerving on the Execu-
te" Committee ami as vice chair-
man of Budget for the Greater
Mi mi Jewish Federation
Th.- following officers were al- >
11< ltd by the congregationi Al-
bert Jacobson, Jack Langer, Dr.
Clifford Marks and Sol Schreiber,
; lents; Chark i Sokol,
treat in r: Man in !.<% In, secrc-
tary: md Marvin Pearlman, fi-
tary.
ti nclude Julius E Boa -
Paul Blau, Robert Brown,
Lou i iston B irr> M liman Do
H r Harold Jaffer, Norman
K i-.-i r Ben R. Klein Dr Eu
Komi id, Moe Langer, Sldni y
Langi r, Imaid Murray, Vi
Ri li v.:i R senkrantz. Irving
Schwartz, Neil I'se Ion, Dr n d
Wit . M -. B. rnard Yi sner and
Lero) Zimmerman Serving with
il. m f' r 1971-72 will be Mrs I
H< ni 5 S st< rh wd president, and
Sheldon Pallej Brotherhood pi
dent,
Dr. Levy Guest Speaker
\> t! < guhu n eting >( Ihe
Massachusetts Club of Greater
Miami it H 30 p.m Thursday, in
\ Hotel, Dr Andrew
1/ m h 1 ler rl is 1 C iptain .11
1 ".: 'I cal Corps in Vieti
i '" the Kuesl speaker T
1 .1 question and ansv
perl I aftei his t ilk, Will
ti n. president announce '
YomHaMorehToBe
Marked By Schools
"Yom HaMoreh." National Jew-
ish Teacher* Day, will be cele-
brated throughout the ,i, wish
cbasMs of Greater Miami during
the month of May, according to
Leonard ZUfaert nraaidenl of the
Bureau oi Jewish Education,
"Yoni HaMoreh" is sponsored
nationally by the American Asso-
I elation for Jewish Education to
;> i> tribute to the significance of
the Jewish teachers in maintaining
rh< continuity of creative Jewish
life in America.
Several of the congregations
havt aln ady instituted luncheons
hi! : ... ..li- 1 1 hon ir 1
ml memlier of th( ir indi-
, \ idual school facultii -
The Bure m ol li v< -h I
>!.- ir .1 special tc \ Isl in
.....h 1 program rep
sent 1 1 1 ,chi rs in the
community on June 13.
The Run ,11 to
the c immunitv I 1 re ci uit the
' I 11 Hebrew, week-
: ind prc-school I irtn enta ol
-h schools The scarcity of
Jc m -ii te tchei 1 11.1'. m il pi
I it seriously iffi Is the
local scene,
Candida) urged to -
lenl the Bun iu I
1 ipt v with Dr. Lou c
Schv. artzman 1 x rutivi I rector,
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lei's The I'.ur-
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Page 15-A
IKA1 NOTKI
notice of action
i. the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit
of florida in and for
daoe county.
civil action 71.8166
suit for divorce
i '.usa bchi l'keh,
|| ,1'ii'ff.
K I ft, l KER.
lent
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u OKOKUU J SCHCCKI I
. ..-i -.ii-.i thai i i: !j i| Com
|il I '...... Ii.' I..... fill .1
. .-u. and \ <-u are t. quired '
" in \i.vv,. i hi ru-.t.i-
Mill .t Complaint mi tli.
Mil \:\ I FHl is
v kj Building M'..im
nil file in- original
..i Pleading hi Hi. ofl.....i
: Hi.- Trcull I" u r i ......r
ihi I-i in* .f .luii-. IP71 if jri u
i, .... (edamenl bj default
taken .ik.....ri you for ili.-
. nuindi.1 in ili* Hill 'i ""iT]
, .'i.. ahull he publiahed m.
. .-k for f-.ur .hi-.-, in i\ .,...
I KM I8M PI dripi vv
vM > i >IKI(KI> ..i Miami
.- ihla Hlh da) "f Km il A I
B UEATHERM an ii.-rk,
u.i i'. ui1 ii.-.-i. County, Florida
i i" i- ci >ri:i ami
l i.ut\ Clerk
- 'nun >' :.i -
I BF'RONSON
'. i'l: l . r tol PUl
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
4PTER 20722 ACTS OF 'Ml
File No. 71 A 124
i: IS HEREBY C5IVKN thai
Kiea< h lei I I)
.mi Thj uti
HI i laaui -l ihi
Ma) \ I fil. .1 came
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In ili.
niv of Dade,
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,J^!.^0,JNTV JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-122*
(COWLING)
^N^.E7OCRemTORS
JAMKS CAMPBELL LEWIS
l- ... ed
All Creditor! and All Peraona Ha\
UGAl NOTKE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO 71-7397
LILLIAN i-i (PLAN,
Plaintiff,
V-.
II VKRV A I'. IP| AN.
; ii.ui.- ,., "i ,.'",.', ,"u AKalniS "SaJd "'" HARRY A i'"l'l..W
II i- Axhl< i Houae
N"" are hereby Tn.nfi.Hl and re-i Loulo*.....i
juirnl it, preeenl am claim* and .1.- 'lunleaton. South Carolrnn
ni.iiiil.- mIii. Ii \,,u ma) have acalnal '"" ''' herebj n..i.i...il thai n
'i ,i\mi-;s t'AMPBEU, "mplaint for ln..r. .- hi been filed
i.kw is ib...,-,.! late ..f Hade '..uii- iwalnai you. and >..u are i. .unr..l
ty. Florida, to ih. County .Iuc1k<-n ..f ;", "','" .....'' "' >">" Anawer "i
'"!' County......1 file ihr mum in K!*T",,IH :" "" Complalni on the
l .1- provided In Kertlon ''llln'1"- attorney, AHBOTT a\i>
II Florida SUtutw in their ..f- \Hl Nl kl:s 4-" Uncoln Road, Miami
-- In the Count) Courthouae In '""" Florida, ..:..! file lh< nrlKlnal
lUntj Florida, allhln -i\ raj. 1 Anawei or Pluadlna in the ..ff......f
UCAl NOTKE
taontha from Um tlm< ..f ih.> "'' ''k "f "' Circuit Co
flrai i.ui.ii. .in..it haraof, .-r the nm .....r' "" -'''"' "'> "f Ma)
barred
Itated al Miami. Florida, Ihla !ith
da f \|.: 11, \ |i 1971
OH.IN DRAY IJCWI8
An. illni \ i:v, ui'.r
Flrat pubHratlnn of thU notice -n
the 7th dai ..f Ma) IS71
TAU KSOFV ASH RADBR
v for Batata
llii I. : .:: Road
Miami ii.... h. Florida
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION 718189
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
K \ !*< R M LEE
I' I .1111
urt ..ii or
f May, l7i it
>..u fi.il to do no, ju.lKni.i.i b) de-
fault will i- i....... ajtalnat \.-u f..r
Hi. rebel demanded in the Complaint
I ... .1 at Miami, Florida ihla 19th
da) ol April, 1971
i: B I.EATHERMAN, Clerk,
ii. um Court Dade Count). Florida
lt> i. sM-;i:i.i:\
I.-nun il.rk
(Clrcu I "".-url Si Hi I
MIHOTT IXD FRI'MKES
\i..r.i. v- for Plaintiff
i." i.......In It.-.i.i
Miami It.-;. Ii Kl.
I I.Jfl ". T-M
NOTICE OF ACTION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
I'l liTfl 111: No. 71-7436
|i. f. SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO II ...V|. 1 |K -MII.T' ..\; M swmu.ki:
Plaintiff,
j hereby .i ,". ,, .....
II .-. mplalui f. i re. '",,,-l> *w IDLER.
' filed urainat you. and you ,,', ','".'mi' ^i. -,.
required la aei i .i i-opy ..f your l"'Hls M\ II -I I.i:
\ Pleadlnar to the Kill '"'' Short II.Ii- R
pU -he Plaint If I rnej VP' :??
,."''"' '' N' > '- >
... i DORIS su u.i.ri: .,.. herel i
i .... |f m thi ',l;''' '""' ;l "' '""mnln
. 'ir. ui' '" ui on "' '" '
1 and
< the i l'h da lu
II l71 If '
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VI j fall to ilo o Hidrrr. i it,
will b. takei u ihi
relief m. I
I- 'Vi: \\|. iitPEI KH
Ith da) ..f April A [>
I K A THERM W -
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My R \| K issii:
Denutt f Ii
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I Ml' Il
Flacli r it Miami, Kl
v ey fot Plaintiff
' 5 7-14-21
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO 71.8134.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
' Al.l.KN IJEJCHTMAN,
PI i.lift.
, CORINNE LEICHTM VN
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V'.l' CORINNE I.Kl'IITM W
Wi at 57 Btreel tpl Ml Sev
N- York, 0HK HrJRERY N.'TI
iin t.. fii.- mm a-ritten il.-f.n-.
. to ibi-i .1; \ -r. .- -.< nil ili. Court'* Clerk
ur Anawei r .
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FRANKKIi A \\ II MM.
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R< ai h. Florida,
v -i PI< ndliif!
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url hefori
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ludjtn rat h) mil mil he t
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ball puhll hi -l once
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IE JEWISH II ORIPIAN
I" i\ K ANP >RI >i:i:i:i
I da) \i-i vi.
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Court I i I i "out ty. I
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FRANI : IVRAfD P \
20 I Ii Road Bt< !S0
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tttornej r Plaintiff
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N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 71.1349
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 71-7376
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
LAZARt sa.Ni 1117.
Plaintiff
MARI \ SANCHEZ
ikIhiiI
T< i M UtlA SANl HKZ
1 oui M 1RI \ .- \\. il EZ, :,r. I,, re-
by no ifiod that .. Bill ol i "omplainl
for I \ i. I...- I... n ill. I asaiiii I
you and you are required to aervi .i
...|.> ..i j.mr Anawei "i Pleadina ".
thi Hill ..i Cumplalnl ..ii the Plain-
tiff altui in i. i iAMPAK B A 1.1' -
ltd 'II. l'I N i; I'n-' Avenue, Miami,
Florida 231 II and til. I lie nriRinnl
Anawer "i Pleading in the office of
'In Clerk ol the Circuit Court on or
ib. :.'.ili da) of May, 1971 n
| you fail to do -... ju.Ikiii.hi l default
will be taken aanlnat you for Ih<
relief demanded in the BUI .-I Com-
Thia notice -hall be publiahed once
each week for foui conaecutlve weekr
in THE JEM IHH FIJ'RIPI \N
D"NK AM> tiRPKREI) at Miami.
Florida, tin- n.ib .la> .! Apnl Ah
i'-:i
i: M l.KATHKIt.M IN Clerk
fir. uii I'.'ur' [hide County. Florida
Bj C I" iPBI. \M '
DeputJ Clerk
fC .- uil i""un S. .ili
UASr Mt It Al llRiril
SI N E FIRST lYKNI'E
Miami Fil '
I Plaintiff
I Til
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Et-EVfcNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLUHIOA
No 71-7176
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
A L'REI.IA l.l.HI i,
: ill.
\\ II.I.IVM l.l.i;i" I,
:': dam.
I IVII.I.IAM I.I.E1X)
Flrat Avet ui
ty. New Jei
V"l ARE HEREBY notified
.i Comi i i -, haa
filed a| alii u, and
b) :. |i. iii i .. .i opy <-f ) ..ur
i -..rn
1
LKSTFJR RiHiEII
14 I \\ 17th Av. :..i. Miami. Flo-
I file ihi
ed i urt, .-n
ui Mt)
a I .. fault 'H I......: ||
|..\'i ED 11 lay of April 1971
lit I urt Seal)
Ell iv HERMAN
lerk "In mt <'..u"
B) R M k issue
i : ii
UCAl NOTKE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
No. 71.7911
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
hf:nk in cos,
Plait
\ -
SHERRY ANN Ul'COfl
I -. i..ni
VIM -' ItHI INN I'l -.- i.
dt-iH'i
I Mini. .1 |o in,. OWM
awer to the complalni f.-i .1-'. -.
Ihi Ii h ol the above i out
""......P) lh< reof uix'ii II. i -n
K-i 1310-H Conjcreaa lil.li
Flui Ida .-ii or i.. i..i. Juni i
1971, or i -i,
. .1
l'AI'l-:ii \|.ni 3rd 1971
k ii i.i-: \'i'iii:i:\i w
* lerk of the Ircull 'out I
H) R M KISSEE
(1 ir.-uit CliUI S. all
4 .in 1/7 I '
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 6f TH =
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No 71-7981
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PBPRO I.I is yClNTERi
I'lainlifl,
' v IIIDA QI'INTERO,
I i. I. :
To ARUM yi'lNTER" I I
'.ill. 1X2, No
Ha i ana, Cuba
s ii CARIDA QCINTERO
tli.it a Bill of ''.-[
haa
you are i luired
t i-.ur
inn of
i
notified
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a llipj
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Ih. I Uffa
M M F i." I In. oln !: .i.i. I:
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1971
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ipltal Bank Bid* Miami Fk>r |......|
; ,"' '''" v md All Peraon- Hai
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Pated Mntl }, 1971 co0 ,, hj otlfted i I
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-7122
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Rl 'BERT \ J. i:i:i\KI.EY.
Plaintiff,
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J"HN K BRINKL.EY,
T< Btafl Sal John K Brinkley
;imi AMS l-\ !.'.. API
San H 'alif.'rnta T i
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
'Mf ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCI IT OF FLORIDA.
N AND 'OR DADE COUNTY
r .-. F NO 7' Kl Q
NOTICE Tl DEFEND
un no: zai ez
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Bl r P COPBI-AND
Deput) CV rk
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 71.160*
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I i.i: r. -.
i:i:n I \N s.
In. .i
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'
"f COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
N ND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIOAIN PROBATE
No 71-166*
Frank B Dowling
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Bat a 11 of
H IBINOWITZL a k ,i
' HAIMNl 'WITZ.
\" Pi rumta
Havtnr Claim* or I- m
I Bald Delate
J -r. hi r. l.v n.itlfn.l nml rvqulred
preaenl any claim* an.I A*
wl h v..u may Have ,rnln.l
n| MARY IIAIllVi'WITZ.
MANYA RABINOYVITZ de-
-' i Hi >.f Iirl- .'. ui Florida,
ui 'y Ju-Ik*-- ..f Pade County,
file_thi umr in dunllcata and M
?d m Section 7^3 14. Florida
"in tlielr offb .- in Hie i'. ui i
Dunhuua* In Dude County V'l.-r
within aJx ralen.lnr montha from
I 'im.- f th,. flrB, ,,uhlirBt,n h,.r,..
I r Ihe ...me will be barred
"ed Mt Miami. Florida. thU
Of A'.-il. A II 1>.7I
" I'lS RAItlVi'WlTZ
, TANYA ZAI Be
BAMD RABIN. .WITZ
, Aa Bzaculora
,.Publication of ihla notice on
>nf Apr,,. 1,7,
toc".ie!-- "", "Kit mti.NVER
-a"FBSSIOVAI. ASK. Kl ATI" N
^*4" for FNecutora
Bja. ayna Hivil
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4/J* S/7-14-:i
and

quired to preaanl any claims and ,i
in.....i- win .. ^.-u may in\
'I ei '.. o< SII'NEV MO It'! \ V
BTE1 . i i.it,, of I >ad< i ii
Florid the 1 "ountv Judai
i ..i.i. i '..un' \ and file the
rlupl at" and ..- provided li
.. i i .
< ir l < '< urtra u-a
Florida hit i
fn.lll th.
hereol l
I
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\- I'v. ir V
I' ..n ..' irii-
: 1971
llll'llllll I Olll 'I '.MAN' A III T7--
MAN Em i"" '.......rd Bulldlna.
.... Weal Flaalei si Miami, I rlda
,.i ni.- f orlirmal Anaa .-r or
>.- in th.. office ol thi Clerk of
rn Clrcuil < "ourt on .! bel "-
li das ol M..- 1971 II

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!.,r month
tin timi thi.....i
NOT ICE UNDER
FICTITIOLS NAME LAW
i- i: :.- mf:rebi iiivi
li rlna* to ena
i u a- -l i ibi litlou
FY.fVT>ATION OF JEWISH PHIlJkN
Dated II Man rHKOPIES at 1.111 Blacayni II uli
tli.
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taken ana
IMI of Complaint
Tin- all be puhllahi rl
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In THE JEW ISH F'l ORI1 'l \ V
DONE \ NI IRPERE1' '
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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
CASE NO. 71.7828
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
- u H.UE \ i:i:n. in BCRI.F:>
I"
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v RMET1 \ RCRLEY
Ti \K\'i:i r \ i:ri:i.i:v
I I .-' : i Av. tiu.'
I FVeehuld, Slew Jeraes
You ARMETTA Rl'RIJSY ..'.
lhal a Bill ol i input! :
11 i filed .it
and > i n n quired to
or Pleadu i t.. tl -
Bill of Comnlalnl on thi
-^ STONE \- SOBTCHIN. I
N \\ |th Avenue, .Miami F i Phi
1-4: l file the Ol ... \!l-w
I thi Cli
.-f the 'r-uit Court on .-t before '
jvih da> of Maj 1971 If you f ill to
-... juiU'in- by dl '.in:: will tak.
u for thi relief dema
th,- Hill ..f 'omplalnl
Tin- I all be publiahed on
each week for four conaecuMvi \\.
In THE -I I: \V ISH r'l,.>ltll>i \v
DONE AND ORDERED il Ml '
- "2nd da) of April, A
K B I.E ITHERM W -
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1315
(DOWLING!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 711J67
(ARTHUR W. PRIMMI
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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ina Claim or Demand* Afarnal Bald
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quired lo i.r.-.n' any claim* ami de-
whlch vou m.iv havi aaralnai
of \l-.| i-M Kl! \risll de.
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t.. ih. County Ju.la.-* of Dadi C u-
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGT'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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MABBt AFfEALS FO*
"iJewlsli IFloridian Review And Revision f
M.amj. Florida Friday. May 14 1971
Section B
Permissive Abortion Laws
|\V itch-Hunt A Major Blunder,
Czech Party Leader Confesses
Me in foreign currency within a
given time limit.
First impression in the West was
that the Communist rulers in
By JIM COLLINS
is one thing Communist
nave in common with ad-
t- of Christian religions
otherwise, they ik not hold Prague win- looking for an inex-
i high esteem: They are inclined pensive way of obtaining foreign
Bess past mistakes to seek currency. However, it soon be-
lt not from God. but from came clear that this coulil not
n- i a ;: illy hierarchy oi possiM) !* the sole consideration.
political party which, next Even h* all those who left the coun-
rules supreme over their try in 1968-69 were to have paid
life a- agalnsl other up, foreign exchange thus obtained
tuch confessions an hardlj would have bean In the region of
made voluntarily. 5 2 million pounds.
mes all
hat Dr.
the more sur- Experts of the Ccech scene ea>
Gustav Husak, pressed doubts that the regime
f the Czechoslovak Com- would be going out of its way for
Party, should recently lUCh a paltry um at the risk of
: ipparent pressure from alienating still further (hose who
ty apparatus, have eon- are buying goods from C/echo-
n public a major blunder ilovakia provide a substantial part
lecurred during the last of her tourist trade, participate In
>ths The witch-hunt or
. ; from Prague against the
00 I .eh fugit ves wh > 'eft the
during the 'Sprin |
In WW : >. the West
road hen W ntnw Pa '
:- marched Into C*eehsl>-
the hi a ivr of the
i:
ng the 70.000 who include
estimatad MW Jews were
id many who tried to regular-
th-.r legal positions vis-av;-
the Czech authorities bi 1968-68
They were encouraged in their
lecision to stay out of the coun-
ry by the liberal attitude of the
.vein ent- >f the time which
..'. not eem concerned with the
-.v-mill emigrant although
itlcalty exposed under th
ek regime came under heavy
rh encauragemenl came from
aiong other. i !" miei
l who idvised < Czechs I i
t and 1
t ha-1
-.1 towards the
: 1908 when CzechosloA ik
-. abro id e m I
fuse renew || .. .v.1 I H is ml
!--l>orts In th-% lutumn of that
:: esldeirl 9voboda procl
mneaty for those 'Ul<
id' which lapsed on December
1 19t'.9 Since then. Czech
have eojoyad the hospital-
.ukI the protcvtion usual!)
n to foreign residents In West-
countries 01 the Jews, most
i new gainful employment;
Started or continued then
boa, financel by their countries
: 'fuge and by i number of ns-
trade fairs and technical exchanges
and provide the public for Czech
cultural events In Western capitals.
Secret Police
They were soon to be proved
right: Reports out of Prague
brought evidence that then.- was
to it thin the desire for
foreign exchange. A fully-fledged
political campaign had been set
in motion. Including the relatives
of those who had left the country
They were visited bj IBeiUbSta of
the secret police who hinted that
tbej would be held to ransom for
legal fees not tuid up abroad; that
these might be deducted from their
tension payments, whan applica-
ble, and that they was* in dangei
of toeing their occupations if fugi
lives ibroad tailed to comply with
the demands.
it w a at this stage that I i
dl of Je i from I "zech
vakia' in London moved on beh
ol J< w:~h emigrants affe I a
voluntary i i ition represent-
Bt tlsh snd Commonwealth
Jewl of <.'/rrn origin, it drew the
attention ol the Foreign and Com-
monwealth office, of the Boat I >'
Deputies of British Jew-, and othei
Jewish organizations to the new
situation which had arisen It also
m imad Jewish emigres no! to
ise thetr nerve, to disregard the
bi icfcmalUng campaign ind to seek
id\ Ice from the mthonties m then-
countries of residence
In mid-Februarv, the witch-hunt
i'roT. suddenly stopped \
lev dayi later Dr. Gustav Husak
ssed i w irker's meeting at
rooms, said to themselves: Well,
if we defend them, we will notify
them and let them pay for it. In
my view, it was not very wise
because, when somebody escapes
"to the West, he will not even
think of paying some Prague law-
yera foi Ma defense. These lawyers
did not think very cleverly, and
without asking anybody, simpl)
proceeded in the normal way in
ordance with then- regulations.
"As a result, there i this c im>
:i against Czechoslovakia,
claiming that we behave in a
cruel w av. that we a:. un-
people. Weil, we put our heads
together and advised the lawyers:
'Please, comrades, don't do this.
It ls n.i usa anyhow, and because
of this inconsiderate action of
yours, the whole regime is slan-
dered, and your action serves as a
pretext for it." The whole matter
was Stopped but no doubt other
reasons hi!! again be found for
abusing us"
In an address to the delegates
attending the Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America convention bast
w.ek in Miami Beach's Sea Gull
Hotel, Rabbi Pesach Levovitz, a
past president of the organiza-
tion, urged state legislatures
throughout the nation to re-
view and rev is,> the permissive
abortion laws which have been
enacted."
Rabbi Levovitz stressed that
this was not an effort to impose
Jewish religious law upon the
general society, but an expres-
sion ot anxiety over the deteri-
oration of moral values in our
society, oi winch permissive
alxirtion is a symptom.
"Abortions have already as-
sumed epidemic proportions,"
Rabbi Levovitz declared. "In
New York City alone, over
loo.ooo pregnancies have been
terminated ilnce the liberalized
law went into effect last July 1.
Most of those abortions." he IB-
S' i ted, wne dictated by con-
sideration ot convenience, not of
health."
RabU Louis Bernstein fn-t
vice president of the RCA, had
earlier blasted ultra-cons, rvative
right-wing U.S. politicians as
"destructive, morally insensitive
and repressive. Alignment with
ultra-conservatives cannot be
the answer of the Jewish com-
munity to the ominous threat
which the New Left poses to
Jewish survival in America as
w II as in Israel," he deck
His ren u ks were made m r -
sponse to reports that Jewish
sentiment was moving towards
the right as a result of disillu-
menl with the radical left
"It is Hue." Rabbi Bernstein
admitted "that the New Left
constitutes a great social and
physical danger to the Jewish
community In the United Stab -
and that it has generated 01
anti-Semitism and strident anti-
Israi propaganda as it has iden-
tified with the Aral. El Fatah
m ven ei I ibroad and the Black
Panther movement in our midst
But .' would be the he.
of folly on our |>art to \ -
that a backlash towards th
right wo Id solve our problem."
hi i intinued "On the com
l luld only encourage growing
tions of our youth from I
J .' sii community.
"It would be a far i
: tabbl B. mst< li
"for the Jewish community t >
instrate that Judaism is not
ot the left, not of the <. nter,
and n,,t of the right, but or!. >
the ibove,' What is net led -
nvincing demonstration on
I ir part th it Jews are not d
ded to any establishment' but
that we welcome creative an 1
discontent
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and international v ihintarj Pardubice in Bohemia He devoted i
/ tions.
Turning of Screw
" autumn of 1910, thi screw
-t emlgr mts vva- tun ed A
ng unpalgn ag
< migrants atarte I from
u in m Europi
t I itaii i d "' Con
ime tIme to those wh > were
Fabricating horro iries' about
. ikia ibroad, and then
d to th<- witch-hunt
"I Had NO Idea"
it e.eek- hi
.....lUt
Ith, the Untied St I i and Is- ttera ibroad I
routed for lack
, the Czech
I .
notified th nal i" i
s had be
Corni
.'..- -. from Hi- m
'', h i
alleg-
ed'v hi
their fan nd knows
wh .j is n '. is a"
I09i i of -he Czech imin il < *
vest not h th
i !. rs but t Issued bj
Lawyers Advii Bureau
r.t ot i S ilicitoi s Collec-
:ii< ten
the : [|]
ant wen bald th it they
onment
lea of this, noi
i. .i ".'
rhere-
' .k. I "hit ictualh v' n>
it ilrnost the wh >le of
w.-st irn Europe
II is ,k nd Com
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per set 7-14 sT each 6-14 e.
90
. \ ::. to Bve years munist
il si ,,- tbei Kvell i : I ",| ,v'
.... (a; forfeiture of < u"!l
liuraih >righti ind salar) h' "''"' ""'
,,. ,Vel our countrj
- r of the Lawyers Ad "
iu' oatsted (us services a-s d waj th
couna rh ;
''' ranged up to-60 pounds, pay- the lawyers In their consulting
Reg. much more.
from our g rtment of t
:00'j cool v. [ton. In -i
comb.naiions. Time I
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Beth Sholom Brotherhood
Reelects Martin Steiner
it a racent meeting, the Broth-
i oi Temple i" Hi Shalom
David Green, Kenneth
Samuel Leiner, I!
ibert l.\ nne, Hymari
tfally. Micbai Dr. Morris
Milstein, Joseph Nevel, Joseph
lo, Edward Perlow, Marvin
I Philip P I
. > Rockwi II, Mm i
. Sunm in, Marvin
i [rw in T ; lis Murraj
B, v.. ii. Jr.. and Jai :. Wagner.
leeted Martin J. Steiner to the
-..:. r.cy of that organization.
A w Ii active in the work of
North Shore Optimisl Club.
has been a member oi Temple
l; S/ii.l, >m miiiv 19.7T. when li<
a:, bane with Ins family, ami
? | f rw U l'i siil.Til ,il th.
I line 1989 I Indei !i -
toVrship th. temple'i Scholar-
II has marie greal for-
; strides
Th* ilati '
serving with Mr. Steiner for
year ihti-Tj includea Aaron
- irr, Paul RuthfleM and I
nger, vice presidents; Perry Fa-
in, ti eai aeph ScJwa ai 11
ording s. en tary and IHiilip Da-
m eapondii i tary.
The Boa: rectora for th.'
".r.c. year Includes John I
.: Burtun Black, Marvin C
. \ Jay Criitol, David Drucker,
erman Eaton, Dr Mayei Egg*
Jack M. Kink. Dr Samuel
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Salute To Israel Is
Given Bv Faseell
"brael remains the only demo
vemwnenl in the Middl.
East, '"I we must reaffirm our
I n uure brael that th.
States looks forward to of
fi ring congratulations again <>
m nj more Independence Daya
R p Dante H. Fasceil told hb
colleagues in Congn recently.
Speaking on the occasion oi tin
St it. of Israel'! 23rd birthday, th.
i Democrat lid, "Tin
United States recognizes Israel'!
mportance to our own 11 >1 Inter-
ests and the necessity t.> urvivi
iiiii prosper as .i free and Indepen-
em nation. We musi continue t'
let the worM know thai ihi- la
; our intent."
Repi .~ii nt iti\< Fa seel lid the
progress in Israe
the miracles winch to
in this same I If o" :
i at ii. citfc n w irrow ,
thrive whew oi th.
sturdj Bedouin <1 red t i venture ,
The -i :it itr des w i> h h b.....i'
ma le in the I k lence n
and education ire admired
by nations around th
glob.
Cardiac Patient Is Subject Of Lector*
The Treatment of the Acutely
II] Cardiac Patient" will be the
topic of discussion When Dr. Philip
Samel speaks to me Triton Tow-
. clubs Wadnsedsy ni^ht
.th. r ol Mount S na H m
.i
Dr let. a P

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. i professor
Softool
of Medicine.
The s ri m speech will be the
fourth in a series which Is 4^[gnt,
to make area residents ,,,
| of the physical prohl.,,.. ^ '
The scries is being i
the Mount Smn |.
Fund.
Mrs. Edytfi Geiger Speaker
Mrs I tv'i h
th. spi sker si
ting "t rhi Il
win Lodge, K- ignti
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v
for I ,. -
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|i>r '' mmai dei
ii will pn i ka
meeting
AJCommittee Holding 65th
Annual Meeting In New York
Nearly I.ikm national and Inter*
authorities from the fields
of government, education, mass
cut:. lions rel I the
an expi
participate in the American Jew-
ish Committee's 65th annual meet-
in N m Vui k this kend
At meheon a
in me AJC leaders will
n ei Ive a first-hand n porl fi
Ambassador Yitzhak Rabin on the
discussions now taking place in
Middle East. The Ami
was In Israe] last week in connec-
tion with Socretarj ol State Wil-
liam P Rogers' visit to me Middle
AMBASSADO* JACOB BAf MOM
Ambassador Is To
Present Award To
'Pinky' Sehiffinan
Arnbaasador Jacob Bai
Minister Plenipotentiary hi the
Permanent Mission ol larw I t>> th.
L'niti d Nations, will the
ipeaker at the first Israel Bond]
linner sponsored jointly by labor
ind managi menl in Miami
Th.- Ambassador will confer the
Shield of Israel award upon ll. r-J
>.it "Pinky" Schiffman at the
-ata event which will take place
n th. i 'afi P impeii of l
Hotel at 7 |
Maj 20 lollowinu' a G 30 p I
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A key member ol Isi a< 's
matic coi ps since shoi tl> if lei I
esUblii ol St iti A
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Ministry for F irvigi At
tan-., was appointed to his present
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itivi "f \\ ai i. his
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___ FridcY- May 14 197J
Elderly May Find Life More Enjoyable At *-2ff
Miami Beach Hebrew Home for the '
Aged
vice I
the atlai Hi -
Hi Aged, bell
: for 'in a I ler or

hen I
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umstancea Mr
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to live at


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the H urn Hen

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men tod a
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Till the
to live at th<>
ich Hebn H aw for
Lodge Celebrating
Israel Anniversary
8579, B'nal
n. will i! .'- on

f the J
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rabachnil triple i-
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J. rrj B" : :. .'
hitz and Ben Scherr, Mrs
II] M "' '
iv .1 300 hour aw ai li i

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Sal
Ker-
Ik r's was for 500 houi-
\ p neral membership m
with
, -'.. Yeshiva Da; S
n it 8:1S
y .. Israel social ha
NE n
to Mrs. Ja< ab CTi
sky, presi fc n!
peakai I
will lia
Ip in a .'
varto i- <-" H

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I
gree fn


Mi S a Ids
Askw was for 300.
n I experiei
i eat with, to play with, even t i
tin ith. and then


in our prime It
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V- tenant Set vice
Committee will host a |
disabled veterans, I I I
food and i I Phurs
v,\ 27 it m .~ anno u
Guest speaker at the first Rcr.ey Plaze-Israel Diniu
Saturday night was Col. Yigal Mor. Israel Ail
who ] Shalom Awai M
Sam Rud< | Some 400 residents of
|d responded to an appeal by R
i! leader of Temple Belli S
purchasi rael bonds.
BILL PETRI School of Window Decorating
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2 With each entry aend 2 empty
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tut inail each entry separately to-
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Mrs.. Milton Sends, incoming president of Lincoln Chapter
1266 B'nai B'rith Women, presents a plaque of apprecia-
tion ;o Mrs. Moe Reiffen. who had served as president of
the :.cup for the past two years.
Sisterhood Elects Mrs. Meyer Kotler
* jr Kotler, who MTU iv-
. I.. t.-.i tn u second terra
; : : nl of tti.- Sbterhood ' l >th si. >i m, c inw to
aeh from her native city.
I ttsl h Pa. five yean njjo.
le has !>.'. second
amity in her affi-c-
m*s. miu kotu*
and tin
only to
tions
In Pittsburgh the tvaa active iti
Hadasuh and Montefii re Hoi it
i< well ai the P.T \ S
u pi. tkfc i.i ni i!;, organization
tvhi n her children were In elemen-
tarj school, was recording serre-
in> during their days in Intermedi-
ate school and was .i vice presi-
(! nt during high school riaj s
The ilati ol officers serving
with Mrs, Kotler for 1971-772 in-
- Mis Michael Albin, Mrs
David Drueker, Mrs Kenneth Her-
ihey, Mis. Robert H J<>. I. Mis
Iii.i aid I., fton, Mrs In Ing Miller,
Leonard Ptett, Mrs !'.
Ruthfleld, Mrs Julius st. Mrs,
Robert Swtdroi Mis Irwin Tep-
:i^ and Mi Allan Wilson, vii
presidents; Mis Eli Lu
Ing s,, Mrs Mat i In Mam
col responding secretary; Mis
Ethel Shapiro, financial
and Mis Abram Hiurr. anil Mrs.
Sydney Levy, treasurers
Hadassafa Zionist
^ outh Groups List
Activity Agendas
New lf|
Haschai I Vdal
Vish nnn iBILU : i
it inr. le. Andy .1
'bj ;
TnrryvSue B man, vice pi
Marc Wi
:ri r
Three representatives "f Younu
fudaea front Miami d last
weekend to Atlanta. Ga., (Or a
inference with other members ol
Southern Senior Judaea They
were Rasa Kagan, administrative
vice president of Southern R
Judy Rosenstrauch, acting district
III coordinator of the S uthern
Region, and Yossl Avissar, Sh iliach
to the Floi id i Region.
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The Junior Judaean group at
Temple Tlfereth Jacob iZIPPIKSi
are sponsoring a city-wide picnic
at Crandon Park Maj 23 between
1 and 5 p.m. The outing. Called a
"Zipnic." will Include fo id, :: imea
swimming, relaj races
The senior level if Y .ung Ju-
daea, w ill hold its tifth annu il sen-
ior Judaea banquet at the Eden
Roc Hotel Sunday, M ly 16, at
. 12 .to p.m. A special dance titled,
."Movement in Movement" will bo
one of the highlights of the occa-
n In addition, a special lere-
mony ivill I*' held honoring ill
iduating high SChO J sei In-
stallation of new off ;ers : the
Miami Senioi Judaea Council will
also t ike pi ice
"Orewiisli Floridian
tlic \AJovnan s LUoyfa
Fnday. May !-!, la/1 Pcz- :
liistadrut Women iii>taHiiir Officers
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Souvenirs, Furniture, Frames, Rugs,
Ponchus, Shoes, Ceramic Mirror Golds 22 K
Posters
fun Chavez Covero
Paints all from Ancient Incaica Cultura.
P raai authentic artistic things
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FABRICS
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8825BiscayneB!vd.
phone
754-3916
The Women's Council of the
Isi ael Histadrul <' mncil ol
Florida will hold an installation
luncheon at the Cadillac Hotel on
Wednesday, Mrs, Jack Wolfstein,
president, lias anounced,
Mrs Wolfstein wi.i again head
the slate nl officers. She will be
working with Mrs. Philip Sahl.
membership vice president; Mrs.
Morris Kogan, education vice pres-
ident; Mrs. Ella Peldman, pro-
gram chairman; Mrs, Susan York,
membership secretary; Mrs. Ben
I,mde. recording secretary; Mrs.
Anna Quaker, corresponding sec-
retary and Mrs. Ellas Kaufer,
ti. asurer.
'! i raises funds I i
poi i a Bet Av '. oi retl
r elderly persons, In >
It will send i delegation to fsra !
next month to dedicate the first
: ur.il ol th- institution.
Tuesday Donor Luncheon
Galil Chapter, Mlzrachi Wo
Organization >!' America, h i
I n tr iffair Tuesday it 12 "<)
p Hi. in the new Parad Res-
iu nt 1455 Collins Ave. Ch
m in ir the luncheon, Mrs Stanl -y
;elh mil I: iIso in irge of
n -"i vat m -
CXir Sinceivst Apologies
to our patrons and friends who could not be
accommodated Mother's Day.
In appreciation of the overwhelming response
we will repeat our
SPECIAL 7 COURSE
Deluxe jo50 per
Dinner person
SUNDAY. MAY 16
3 00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M.
Th onlv restaurant in
Miami Beach under the
supervision o the
Orthodox Rabhiniral Council
only Glatt Kosher Meats Served
SCHECHTER
& HIRSCH'S
NEW
Paradise
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RESTAURANT
1451 Collins Ave. Miami Beach PHONE 5316678
AUTHENTIC!
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OUR FACTORY IS ACROSS THE STREET
WE ELIMINATE THE MIDDLEMAN
"MISSES" "JUNIORS" POLYESTERS &
DOUBLEKNITS NATIONALLY DISTRIBUTED
scantpants cover-up
Have your cake and eat it, too wear the
new short-shorts and still look elegant with a
matching coverup skirt strategically slit.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 10 A.M.-5 P.M.
SATURDAY 9 A.M.-3 P.M.
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+Jeist ncrkUcur
Friday. May 14,
197|
JWY Ladies Auxiliary Members Continue
Working for Veterans Hospital Patients
A.-h W V na. Depart- ]
o: Florida I-adio Auxiliary,
b win eontmua to aearicel
the *>rt ible tali pliono for patsnnta
,1 ftu V ti ran'i H Marital, and also I
mi lu th.- boapltal'a pa Hants'
llbn rj
On Btu day. hospital chairman
Eaa* Kolinsks and h. 1 aasiatant
Pau" iw SraMh of thi- Ndnnan'
Etna l mil Auxiliary No. 174'
e. On Sunday, hoanital
dudrmai Bj tell LevHeh and her
nttt< from thi n lieata-aOamJ
v So. 681; on
; > St.-Ha and Sol Lipton
Murra S an Aun liarj
r -1 j North Snore
Vuv v 77 volunteers, JuH
v in nd Julia
Un- Mrs,
the
p F inrl il
I' (hen and hex
. r -..! H irry H. C
N 72 .. 101 n eh
Neraaaa Bnuv Braena !* wiH
> irty on Balurd j
lents and
ilao the TB t ar l of the
hos] Refreshmenta Mil be
sen d during sing along peri-
od." On To. iy, .1 tho social
it* Post and Auxiliary
Ian special film prndnod'
> :i ti>i\>u^h ih< < >urti iy of
the Soar) 1 : ft U TeJcpbooe. Com-
1 Post nd Aox liar) ma I
a W PI igler Si
Mumi R.-wh No. S:M arB] hold,
Ml r huaJBi ->< luetiog at th-1
American Lagian Hall on Alton
P. THursd iv .-sT-ninc. May 20 at
President Ceil Rochwarg
or side.
Victor B. Ktvednian 61.1 will l>old
its regular business m
\v daead >. ..1 7 ^0 p.m. at the
Horn Federal Bldg. oi HalKodale.
Newry-clected preaMent, Mm, Ann
Sahsvattz. will preside.
North shore, en will have
joint hoard meetinz with the ix>.>t
on Thui-d.i>, May 30th at H p.m.
at the Chaai Padl raj, Arthur (kxi-
fn y Rd.
H:rr> H. ( oh^n 1H "ill have a
(ionor dinner at the Alga rs hV teJ
for number-; and friends.
Cat n.ivi.i afaraaa *6 will bold
ita monthly birthday party for
the j I Parad se O it
tage it Sunland Training Sch"K>l
on May l>th under the directions
4 On chil 1 welfare c 1 nndtti As
usual the> wili serve special birth-
da) refreshments, pla) game* and
hold ,1 mg feat. E a ill bo
given peraonal birthday gift
May 19, at 8 15 p m
they wdi hold a regular business
ng .1 the lirrnt\\i,i.l S
l*th St and NW 2n Avi
Or Olom Sisterhood Meeting
To Introduce New Board
s-r'Thood of Temple Or Ohxn'a
neral meeting to b>- held .it
tv social hall Thursday Ma) 20
it 8 IS p.m.. will feature 1 pro-
gram ntttlod 'This is Tour life
S aterhood Board Ti- 7j.
directed by program chairman,
Mrs. Richard Cleth to introduce
Dfee new l> ..i--1 of director*.
Cultural vice president 1- Mrs
George Freedn ui and Sisterhood
prcsudi nt is Mrs M at Forman.
( > mCOMMTt MEAL ISTATl SHMf
m CALL
I h MARVIN CRAVES ttAiro* k 622 NE. 127 ST 754-2174
J.I1.A. Auxiliary
Installs New Slate
The annual mcetii
lation : tl Jui Am
Dou : i ariahH
the A sod will lain pi u 1 01
I at 12:30 pJB ii
torium Mw Sigmiud B*art
nan.
The opening prayer
I b) Mrs Richard Israel follow
aingins ol the national anthem led
by M Theodore Nehon with Mra
I N | n .u the piano.
Morris N Broad will inal 1 I the
Auxiliary ofOeers. Including Mra
,li\ Reehtaehaffei preaident: Mrs.
George Israel, honornr) president:
Miaa R na Sti in Mra 1 :- ':
S/. 1 lip. Mrs. Geoi lar i< Mn
Morris Ratner, Mn Ka)
\.,,. pres la Mra Fan Willing.
Mi Sau Solo\i Mi W
c 1. Mra Abrah im Simel
Mi l- 111 in N imm aecn I tries:
Mra At n Lipstoek treasun-r; Mrs
5 ind R *l
Board 1 be in-
st ilk
A n- ogram ill bi
- nted b> Mra M
PC2
In
Mesdan
Rat ; ::
A tOUl el Dou :' *
c mdudi i'.' da) 1 enu
Donor Luncheon
Ami Installation
Set For Sunday
Or. Sund
tu. Ed r R H Hi N:
Chapter -if 11 id wan w
first combined donor ward liui I |

Highlight pf th.
in (>nzin:>l program
"And It Shall Come to P m
I written b) Mrs M irtin |
j ..ml narrated by Mra Normal
i op rm in and M Zel
Gret 1 l- '. --.- hi 1 Law 1 S kind
oif. 1 ins the mua I port
Chairmen of thi Mn
I M
efb. r. P lent of 1
Mrs Mon M H
wth wl
1 term
Women Elect New Officers
Tit-
if H lassih Mondaj I
Hotel will ii
Luncheoi
at the afl lir. s. luled to start al

Mrs. Max Schenk, National President Of
Hadassah, Will Speak At Donor Dinner
Mrs Max iFayi leastnk. na- >
an ,1 preaMent of H daaagah. Worn-:
nuation of Amer-
ikei at the
nee to be held on (
Su!. ning, at the I'arillon
Untei Mra Sherman Faat is pre*- j
ident o, the M.ami Baadl tTiapter
,.f Had lai h
Ch linn in "f the a;f.nr is Mrs.
Enuianel M-nt/. eochairman, Mrs.
Sylvia Kurland Mra Buauiiaaii
I).....nd Mn Sam rVktnaan urn
chairmen ol Uw e it of h-ot^
_\, natioi 'f rladas-
^ ih Mra Si nk aervea on th
hoa 1 ......' ""' "' ofew
Universit> >l "'' ,n
ttv /. miat >' neral
(.,.. represents H la
lideota al
najar An 1 intea>
\\ f, R M \ Sch< "l
: iha Seu York
I'-i.ird of Rabhis. Mrs Schfnk wm
. rn.-mh.-r of the Hadaaaali 4.L
Bates to the Wabrtd Zionbt Co*.
gseasea of 1W. fjo -^ and ,r
Bkt |a a drlegate to tV Zioqg.
' kmeral Council and hu a ^u
gana) t-> th.- .TOth Annual O^nfc,
anaa .>f Workl Youth Ai.y.ri j^j
in J A frequent natter to iWae,
when- aha learned :,t firsi-h^
th<- need* utd ispiraboiK 0! the
Jewiah Made, Mr. Stheah alu
studied th.- pntik'nv ol Jeai t^
Mad th.- inm Curtain mhea she
\ ; Yuajoal tele, the S Union ari
Iran.
Mother's Doy Celebration
'1 h.- Morton Toe
cbbI t'aih held 1 M
i.in .n the Ahhambra nvimof
th-- Seville li .rnin,
l"h iactuded d
l 1 floor shim

Made from 100% corn al
So you should live and be weft.
We wish you what you wish yourself: good heclth.
One thing you need for good health is tl- i of
food. Like Fleischmann's Margarine. It's mad corn
oil. For health. And for ta-:
lOO^o corn oil means it's low in saturated f
for cholesterol problems. As a matter of feet,
better oil to help lower cholesterol levels.
Fleischmann's ... the corn oil margarine
doctors name most... and people like best.
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Different Brands
All I'nder Warranty
Installation & Delivers .........$75.00
Double Orthopedic Mattresses aaaaasa
with Free Pillow............M5.00
Complete Danish l.isniR Room Sets $W.99
We Hove All Kinds of
Furniture-Refrigerators, etc.
CASH & CARRY
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+Jeistincr*Mar)
Page 7 3
Pomeiance, wife of Miami Boach Police Chief Rocky
e, was selected The Floridians Basketball Team's
I an cf the Year. Here Maggie Doyle, (left) wife of
.in owner Ned Doyle, presents the plaque at halftime
g a laie-season game.
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DISABLED VET WILL INSTALL
1st CLASS AWNING WINDOWS
IN YOUR HOME ... *29"
an' s'*noao j'* up to m-.'.
MINIMUM ORDER 2 WINDOWS
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ANY WINDOW FIT ANY MOLE
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itn i iiuiui m it Mius mw Mist
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HAHPIS HOUSE GUNS AMD AMMO
W* io compWte gun repairs on prtnmi
-Mo btuing. radichng. gold plating
CompleU bn or reloading equipment and suaob**.
W* olio do cutom i*lood.r>g
Moil typt military ommo m ttoefc.
W 3UY SELL TKADt ALL TYPl CUM
Mow. 10 A M. to 6.30 P.M. Man thru Sot
No woitirv) period no reaiitratton.
2016 MCHAMAH. HOLLYWOOD
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Our New S400.000 Campus Opens Sept. 7
Opposite New T ami am Airport.
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Ph. 274-9272 274-9696
"if sophisricafed, groovy or plain gef that
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EUROPE
(^oiljures
We Specialize in Long Hair
and Chic Hair Cuts
125 25N.E. 7 AVE 891-5028
ALWAYS OPEN
TIL 10 P.M.
o
Mrs. Louis Gillman
Elected President
Well known civic leader Mr*.
I. presidcnl of the United Order of
True Slater*. Miami No. 4.1 to
serve for 1971-72. She SUCCeedl
Mrs. Km Ruthfleld who rntrjf
completed two tcrnu is president.
Installation cnrtmoniea w .11 take
plnee Mond iy noon m Hiblacus
Lodgc, 965 Alton Rd, Ml imrl Beach
This nationally known organi-
zation financially supports tho spe-
cial clinic at Variety Children's
Hospital; in the past 13 yean II
h.is donated cano '-fighting equip-
ment find .';j; to
move than 8100.000.
The in timing si ite il
Ineludi i M Ruth Bus
m. Mrs Meyer Om insta
recording secretary; Mrs. Louis
Remson, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Harold Brown, financial sec-
Mi TV K lufm in, tre is-
urcr; Mrs David Michaelson,
mentor; Mrs. Nathan Michaels,
nd Mrs Walter Wi ich-
:uardian.
Instal'ing of1 til he Mrs
h Barchan, and Mrs I
Lev is
Student Council Pledges Fund For Library
Tlie Student Council of the He- special project!) including -
brew Academy "f Greatei Mi.em candies, ear washing ai
lias pleriu-ci to raise $2,500 tor th endeav irs .supported "> th
new mnior high school dents.
u Iding slated for construction The $2,500 will be used
later this year across the mainlbrary facilities In the new
campus at 2-100 Pine Tree Or. and for tudii -visual .
Tlie fund- will be raiser! through ment.
New Officers For
Pioneer Women
\\ l\ 1 Ch Pii meer Wo n-
I tion of ofl
in Wedn s ij at 12 30 p n
Federal, 6 13 N'- 167th
St
iker ill be Mrs Bi
I
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Mot f the Y
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8826 SW. 131 St
>bPENING^
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ha-
V.S XPPI.r A DAY .
TV inyone aa> from the
t) that Hap ar.d Da-
vida in honor at thi I>-r Mitzvah of
- son. JoeL They aaed a "country" theme
TN- gold and Ah.-, roooj It W< -t : > C intry
rebard .th pstch-work
I i koths, and out all around and a
:>ppW? tm in thf center of the room. After
cockta:l< the) went I ttaJaf, -<^m where
tree< attached to the ceiling formed the
- Hundn h I
ees like stars and
tht
D
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Mrs.]
ter Sol R ns and I
Mrs Jacob Friedman
trwalder
Rohm B :-: ary Smii
Mn
Irw-inf O Dr
and Mr- R S U > Ml ind Mn D
Moakovttl and Barry from Cohanbis S.C Ml
and Mrs Richard Levy, Mr. and Mr* Sam A Ik r
Mr. .-.nd Mr-.- Sy.fn-) Meat Sam Luby. Jr.
It was hack to the country and the apple
trees for ali the c:ty folks and the) enjoyed it.
By the ma latoee! Oh. I forcot the
apiclal pictures feature 20
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Mrs. Yosef Tekoah Guest At
Bond-With-Israel Luncheon
Ua v : T. keoh, w|f*' "' Is
that rial
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Dade County PVR
Opens Mini Banl
Pan A inT*v
County will Op .-: tag
addHton >n Mm -
.wtth-taaei'.oj l tt*.*?
North Miami i-
J-ranctf *l c/n
Mis* Sophie Siller I> Appointed To Phi Beta Kappa
* no was
tha Deas -- at
graduated with high
the Ohio State Ui ers tj CbO
- _- been elected to Phi B- ta
Kappa.
Detnjjkeer of Mrs Roe
1750 So. Treasure Dr Mssa Siller
al>--. pruundir.^
Hehrew having attended the
Shularruth Yeahsva from kindersar-
n tin oosjh gradual -
Kon in the
li >> m
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Her first
Th- Miss S
I the hich hoi
ecetvi -
honor and distinction whi
can cherts* a".! your life be- In ad-
it testifies not only to )
usual intellect- and h. r husband have
r industrj and >vd in the major capit
scholarship and truth "
.< as nan* : rk
"m th.' i
km
The new
luarc feel I

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nd |
1
>atet di
'I
I
ABn | v
Pun ten v>^
Judge Rhea P. Grossmon
Sptakiftg At Beth Rapiwel
Th- Hon Rtl tMM
the 'ir*" I It Hi]
.
KIgikI*. I
ihe rtv-etirc of 1 'I
T. n-., h n til R
pli at 8 p.m. T>
Mrs Irene K w- -
Woraem^i League Installation Set
Miarru Beach Mayor Jay Dermor The new slate of .:
will adnunister th. oath of offic. 4udea R m A tl am)
to Mrs. Freda Kaufman as she DeDa Slate) Is; Gusi
takes over for a second term as Tatker.. honorary ;
[irrsident of the Florida Chapter, ntoer and p
Women's League for Israel at an Helfand. cha; ttonai
installation luncrieon in the Seville
u nsaraday. May 20. at 12 30
V.m Mrs Sara H-ifand will b-
M IT'-skV. an
of the W : r.atKinal
. In ISS3; in
19 :id in
I-
The
' after his
man.
JikIit Gri
Men's OjI
.-. V. ilharr J [
lairman of the dav.
soemtsnia
TOP FlIGHT JIWISH
FfMALE SOUMST
AND OKMR WRIC70*
AVAJtABLL
Eiyht years' aaponafKa at
\,i er Miami araa. Have complete
repertoire rf Hiph Holy Day
mask. Excanent le^efeocaa.
Write T. K 2973. Miami.
Fie. 33101.
Young Adults*
Teehnion Group
Organized Here
A group of younr adurts has
been organized into an arm of
Teehnion by Mrs. Nathan Turner.
and member of the
ooard at the Miami Chapter Worn
in of tha
boarti
ei; Lillian Nehi
tary, J-a.-T ilabino-A
- tary, and Ethi Sefl -
at ar--
Th<- muaical entert
! d by vocalist Nin I
| mor.'.
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Ttuld'H BONDED FRUIT SHIPPER
Horn iHmmt riotfoa s rmtst tiwi lASatri i M
2144 POM Df IE0N (mIMIm Ts*. 441 5315
Dr. and Mrs. Eeiser Hosts
Get Acquainted Evening
Dr and Mrs. Seymour B> i*
were to host a prt-arquamtcd
n's D -n A-mencAn Society fur n ng (or the parents of proapecttv
Teehnion South Daiif Hebn w Acad.....v si
The pflM gr>->un named the dents at rh-ir horn*. 12180 SW
fjacaaer Mramj Young AduH Chap- "Gnh Ct, Thursday at 8 p m.
ter of the American Teehnion So- ___ .__
arm. through its membership ^ahb: **** '' ;"""" !
-nd fond -a v.-g. assist in pro-,
mg scholartfiips for eligible stu-
TWIN CITY GLASS CO.
ciiAiANTff* mmotts notf stoarrs rpttajntt ion
ANTtasjf Mi & tt wivona*
Plate I Window Glass Repiacemefrts
UM IMk Strst, III. Cksetd tefieais I*1 >*1Hl
hnla t<^ attend Teehnion. the old-
st and lar*>*t technological inst>
' *ute m Israel.
Further kafom iti o naay be ob-
->ed from S>t!nr>' S. Trmum
i presioert of the nemvy formed
I -han*- -
otty still be present to answ.r any
rrcarding the curricu-
lum ar.d facilities of thi h.n.:.
which ls conducte,1 hi facilities
pnaahted bg thi YM-YWHA I
,V -! St
and can accommodate I
gra.lts 1 to 6
FOR SALE
DR. R. F. CASTIGLIONE
OrTOMCTWST
takes pleasure m anooonc ^g the change of
office hours for your convenience
Monday V am to 8 p.m Tuesday 9 a ^ to 8 p.m
Wednesday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Thursday Emergencies only
Friday 9am to 5 p.m.
Alternate Saturdays 9 a ~\ to 1 p ~
1008 71s Sreet, Normandy Isle, MB.
865-7987
TEACHERS
WANTED
in Jewish schools of
Miami
Hebrew Teachers with
Weekend teachers far Saturdays and Swedays
Pre-Schaol teachers ajaaaajpjaj tesaies
Write ta the
BUREAU Of JEWISH EDUCATION
?40 Uncut* Read
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
531-0403
pivma, full qualif katiana,
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Lay, May u. 1971 ________+Jei*f> MrkBari^ ** 9-B
Ldrey Borok And Donald Dillaman I Mrs. Ewald Ziffer i Sharron Joy Silverman Becomes The
L I nited In Double Ring Ceremony Will Be Installed Bride Of Bruce Howard Botwinick
Mi-s I'ualil Ziffer will he in- :
:- \ Gae Borok, diuth-
: Mrs. Arthur Borok,
rW nd Dor ild 11
,n if Harry D Dill i-
; and Mrs. Robert
i (>hi". M. re niar-
..!.> Maj R
Si rot perl rmed
h me
. ..
fl'JO
v i (ted Sv
'
i nd ai
i u Mt
. I noses '>
.1
Kata wa< t'v
. aduati il -
M in nd th< \ rsil.
I vttt re ** earned xt
Nursery-Klndergarti n Ertu-
She 'i aerw d an in-
,r: lui ."'in at Ihe L'ni-
>'. Miami A paal n itkmal
Expansion for Phi S
lorority, *n< ;s :.st.-d in
- Who In Anuncan Women
m, .'. ,.~aduatf of Bowl-
Si i'i Unhrt raity, w V,
his Master*! degre< in
rraf'ic Engineering from West
r .i University in August Hs
. n ember ef Alpha Tau Om*ga
fraternity and h.ts Ni-n Assistant
Wrcatling Coach .it West Virginia
University. Both he and his bride
in presently employed by th<
Dado Puhlic Schools.
Mr ,ird Mrs. Dillaman will
mike their home in M after a
wedding trip t<> Naples. Florida
Mrs. Ewald Ziffer will bo in-
stalled for her second term as
president of ihe MoUie Kahaner
Sisterhood of Bvth Torah Congre-
gation at 8 30 p.m. Wednesday in
thi' social hail at the temple.
Mis /.iiiii's ^;;iii for the com-
u v.ill also be Installed, in
eluding Mis Nat Siei
and means ic< pres Idi nl. Mi
Stand j 'aidin, CEA< Mrs Moi -
''. \si m n
dent; Mrs Irving Klondar, yo Ih
i..-. pr< sident; Mrs Nal i ila/i >i.
at large; Mrs Erie Gutman, treas-
urer; Mi s. Will!
Not
iresp n ling sreretar.-; Mrs
ford I.' ne, recordii sei etary;
and Mi s. T< il Franklin, socia -
r. tary.
A program from the National
Worm n's I., ague soi ;>' i i
'Tree of Lifi" v- i 11 be
by Mrs Charlotte Goodman, past
!'i. siil. nt.
Engagement Oi leda Kalz
Announced By Her Parents
Mr and Mrs In in W. Katz, 800
NE ITSth St.. North Miami H. ich
ire announe'ng the engagement f
"heir daughter, I.o llradd Jcx-1 Silver son of Mr. and
Mrs Bennett N. Silver. Eairlield.
Conn.
Both Leda and Bradd are stu-
dents at the University of North
Carolina 1 Chapi 1 Hill.
Sharron Joy
Bruce Howard
married Sunday
Silvcrman and
liotw inick
Ma) >( at Temple
The bride, i teacher at Fair-
lawn Elementary School, is th-
daughter of Mr ami Mrs. Leon
Silverman, T70 Park Dr., Hiatear.
Stv Is a era luate ol Hialeah Hit-".
Scho i Minmi-Dade Junior Sol
and ihe Universitj of Florid
i lv mi. son of Mr. and
Mrs Bi i min B itwinick, 241"
NV Vve., Ft Lauderdali
Milford HI
-h > Conn., and it
iii- led I of Illin
selected a gown ol
r.\ for her wi
din] S s :' nded by hei
r-ifi i Stephanii Silvern
n Botwin
brothi i >m served
best i S "il Silverman, brol
of the bridi ushered.
The rouplc will make their
homi Mi :>i.
MRS. BRUCl BOTWINICK
Pit. i. th Jaeoh. Rabbi Gilbert Kol-
lin officiated. A luncheon followed
in. ceremony.
LEO HOHAUSER
PLUMBING
CONTRACTlNS RfPANrMM
lenine Dad; Count* Over 25 Yeertl
1111 S.W. 14th ST. Nl 4-^04|
iple Celebration Highlights Southgate
oup Of Hadassah Luncheon Thursday
.- .-I.- tion b
Gi up of Hi'..-- ih last
the Fontaine!
ghted th. reward
eon for members; th.
i ;..:> I. Schwartz, i
dent ..- marked an i
iiiati'.n o the new slate of of-
f. r> took t
Mrs. H< nrj B. Wernick conduct-
re nonj installation 'Ov
i.r the 19T1-72
... were inttaUed: lira Henr>
Mrs. Max Ooben, Mrs
Rosenberg and Mrs T.lho
t/ honoraryvici presidents
.aaid LifsbJn, president;
- PrankeL Mrs Irvine
Mrs Phillip Sihvmwn. Mrs.
I'.C. Branch Will
bstal] At Dinner
( nen'i Cirele Branch l<>59
hold its installation of offi-
i r 1 "71-72. Sunday evening
Iwei n the hon-s o* and 7
n th-' Imperial Room of the
R ie Hotel.
['' tro Mayor Steve Clark wiO
the following officers:
M i'lner. chairman: Mur-
'!c and Dr. WUHam Bar-
- chairmen; Murray (V>ld
' secretary and hosr".'aler:
Noble, tresur-r: Shirley
nin. Ij>a Grecnhere. 1-lor-
Tubelle, secretaries.
' n< r will br served in the
Room starting at 7 p.m..
' by Harry's American
Gyson will he act ins
ster of cen monies. M"tv
- in charce of reatrvotiorjs.
Murra I M loseph Ros-
LB Mrs
Henrj Kramer, M s Rudolph Utal
ind Irs l^- .nar I K it/.
Ah Mrs Fannie s'> iplr i M ss
Ida K.s-.v.!:. Mi- Harry Miller.
Mr.- Abraham Sussman, Mrs. Ab-
raham Merar, Mrs Gertrude Cohn,
ecretariei Miss Shirley Kaine,
treaaurer; Mrs. Georgi Schwartz,
I liaison officer, and Mis. Milton
COMMUNITY
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ksrtk Miami laack Ihri.
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D.D.S 's Cmplitely tecinlei
Suites ready ti mti uti nmtdi
attk.
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2133 Coral Way
446-0879
naic
Delicatessen Caterers Restaurant
Served 4 to 8 P.M.
THIS WEEK'S DINNER SPECIAL
Appetizer
Cup of Soup Chef Salad
Roast Chicken
Potatoes Vegetables
Coffee or Tea, Hot or Iced
Dessert
$2.25
Thru Thurs. May 20_____________
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SOCIAL BRIEFS
bv Isabel (irove
M -. ,i c i ii'- (' ihi n and
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Officers Installed
At Sunday Brunch
A branch will ba tho next funo-
tion oi the Dadeland Lodge, one <>
the imwl troupe In the B*nai
Hnth tamlly. Th- iffair will tata
p'ace Sunday at 10 m m the <>
daJ hall -I '!:. Sob Hill Apart
.,-,,.,.,i x 9MB North K*n-
. ,i vrtll be Lai n '
,i the M
ami Dolphins f lotball t<
for 1971-72 Lr*
odor Sakowil p eakk i '. Ar-
thur : I irk P S
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D H nrj r Mai
tin Derr M in n S. Shtra
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Students Making
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itops on I
Friday
MODERN FLOORS and
DECORATING SUPPLIES, in,
"SafefSA" -, *, St>
MGR. Stan Bergman PROP. Fred Josephson
U Us Ahi Ten Wlrfc Ytir Dcrororing Net*
U LAtCE SELECTION Of -
CARPET TILE LINOLr IM
DROP CEILINGS
P\Pr.RbyDwoskinlWalte* RRl \|\,. p^is,-.
OPEN-TO-THE PUBLIC
OSEEB
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Win). O'BRIEN & CO.
7211N.W.2AVL
Phone 759-3535
OPLKIN ALL YKAH
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
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DAILY M*
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MTI.fiMUITEl
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445-81' S
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47-4fi
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News Fashion Editor Guest .
. *.. ., ,, .. '" '"'" three '" H *
pn McHale Miami ,|th,..,
will U> fcfc tnur ,
I peaker Wednesday at the ., ,, ,
rig hi Kleanor Ftoose-
. i* ( B'rith Worm n,
tral Y.' 8500 8W 8th St.
You Want
to Ki as but are
: i Ask."
Wometco Theatres
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ofm cla
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667 4000
6763 S.W. 81st ST.
Oorn 8AM 5PM Mo- MM
Fr.d Home* of Distinction Hsve Entrance i
Selry ted At House Of Doors
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THE MIRACLE
RUl> AND CAItPTT
CLEANING SYSTEM
FAST FOAM
Smfe for all
type* of rugif
Speciol living
B, to 4M So-Ft SUM
computi satim acton
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T.V. Service Charge $2
Color Picture Tube
Replaced $88
Iriti *tj 4 1 ver o^'-tee
PHONE 621-8571
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f*tt ISTIMATIS
Me. MM ONIY
*
CANTOR
Seeks Hiqk Holiday Position Cultur-
ed tenor voice, musical, can sinq
with choir. Experienced. Will audi-
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Starting fall term. Salary basis. Coll
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+Je*lsti l+riMmr
Page 11-B
Miami Happening*
public la invited Mon-
> i, 9 pan. to bear
rU'in C'ulp. K.V. discuss fac-
f nursing car* In AM of-
|k<- at 1lie H"bivw Home lor
toted. 310 Collins Aiv. Ti.'
fcir- w spenaerao' by the Nurs-
TcJuotkMi OJBmitlM f the
^rt AMitetinB of Sasetsc
There w no char'- for
b,s-in.
-
IBtate VrnoUl i. Ilrtll. -on
In. Minn* DUB, <*)0 Bay
d graduated from the Air
|j\ -sin 'a Squadron Officer
at Mixwi ll AFB. Ai.!.
. ** -
-i.iiii-> E4rr, preaMenl of
... Or Olom, a m Ihe i
,f pi } h irlnsj him
thi Ye o" ,\t Hi.' in-
,i oi the Dental As-
As* itlon '.i-t month.
than 2 d< leg it< i arr
I thn e-d ij Flor-
S, i on* < "oi vent ion open-
da) Ma 1". a) the
I (.ros-m.in. an Assistant
-. i k>ner -i for Ihe state
| it- the past Ihrei
i r< .11. iccepl i
as Special Legislative
to Senator Bdvnud J-
nr\. II r hit w t Ihe
Nick! I ni;l.iinl | on.- lughti i
i Tvc the 12th
\ IF trees Day on
Bay with Ihe IraiiUonal pa-
on !' Blvd. Assem-
h .,- i- i isii.-ii at Ba)
i the march north will
:.) at s p.m., passing the re-
: .si i'i ; || the Torch of
ndship .1 continuing to
Svrntinn Hall Amotisj hon-
: guests on the revtewtng
t will he i group of wound-
,'irtnan i>i -. ina brought lo
i >is ,i ion Sunshine "
.. in. par i n \i-ii.n| Foro -
.. i. in
n the n etei am
iwdrdi ill l- pi vented
j pr>i sonm
H hS bool
bold ita annu -l
Ap Klght'
kith a 7:30 p.m din-
rant
I '
ilomon l.-hiiT. pi -
Philip
^Mo 11if wood
~/lrl tlliiMiitn
nrtSenli
AXEL LINI)
.'.jnrfiMrmi Mnrtne pmfc>r
t .i*i l/tir'n nn fton tng
IMIKE BARKIN
"mimnallr Knaaa Stulfluf
M\V Hhh.uJI
Oprn Daily 10 io 5
I I..-, il Sunday
m3HOUYWO80W.V0.*
* BOWNTOWN WllYWOOD *
An Intimate
Rendez-vous for
Gourmets A Bon-vivants
mCCADlLLY
WEAHW
STlMm 4 ^.IHIMI
x.'.E.0thStrt.*t. Miami
RESERVATIONS: 751 -Mil
Lunch-on II SO J M
Olnn.r i 30-10 M
C\o*r4 Sund.y
Mlhlmeistrr U president ..1 the
club for tli coming year. Bryaa
Measneenl hi current president of
Uu- dub. a soho|.isi:,-s, itid
achievements honorary organisa-
lioii.
Tlw- Bveokbjn Collosv Alumni
Assn. of South Florida will hold
its annual plenic on Sunday at
Bharatasjaicc Park, NE 55th St.
and BJsms/m Blvd., starting al
ll 30 a-m. FacUities for picnick-
ing and nrimming arc availablo.
Bring food, grilsi. and lounge
dun :s.
.-.
Lean (iiililrM-rg. Jewish com-
munal worker, who recently re-
tired from the Jewish Fedcra-
fidd. ha- now embarked
upon a new career, and It
- m- uted with N ition Wide Per-
sonnel Consult tuts,!- i jx as mm I
lunselor, iccording to in an-
nouncemenl b) John Zlto,
mana -
-.
Kennetli ;. Abran**, 20-yea
veteran ol the direct mail
vertiaing industry, has been ap-
pointed Salei Man igei of \
Letter Service <.f Miami F< i
inert) ted with Ace Let-
ter in all phaacs of production
and sales Vbrams has m >st re-
-.- S id V ee
I'i, s-.d.-nt of Business M diet
Ii-.c of Chic igi
Tin- North Dad< Ch ipter No
948 ol til. National Association
of Retired Federal Employees
meets the second Tueada) of
each month in th.- Waahinxtnn
Federal Sa\ ngi i I^>an A-.--
> -itiun Building m th.- Meza -
nmc Floor at 699 NE 167 St.,
North Miami Beach .t 1:30 pjn.
Murray Hcarn i- membership
Chairman.
The ('iiitn! i| Comm tl.....
thr- City ->f North Miami Beach
m pn m the foui ih md con-
!ud Tl the cu
the Noi 'h M ami B ach
Sj phony, c inducti d b) lr.
Freaiatlek K'-un-i|, Monda) M i)
17. it 8 i> 'ii In the North M
li.-1'. .v.; i m, 171)11 NE
ll'th \.
New Leaders For *('ily Of Hope*
Mrs. Sckulw./f
Smm SdwrweH
Governor Pteabin
-
'
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I; >ttal Assoc
Beth Kodesh Sets
Triple Installation
The oath of office will !* ad- I
miniatered to the new leadership j
.I the Congregation, Sisterhood |
and Men's Cluh in the unique triple .
ii stallalion to be held at ":.') p.m. ;
Sundav, May 23, in th. sanctuary
it Beth Kodesh Congregation.
For the second time in the his-
t- ry of the temple a husband and
ins wife will be serving a-s preai-
di nts and it la the same husband
md wife team which served pre-
viously. Sam Schulwolf will Ik- in-
stalled as pn sal. nt of the Congn -
lion; Mrs Schulwolf will take
-i\. i th. Sisterhood leadership, At
thr same tin*. r,. rnard Sedon,
who was reelected |.resident of the
: 's Club, will be install, d.
The oath of loyally will I*' nd-
ministi red to all officers ami board
members b) Rabbi Max Shapiro;
Cantor Ben Dlckeon will chant
appropriate numbers for the occa-
sion an I pi. s. illation will Ix- made
to the outgoing presidents, Dr.
Nathan K Spector and Mis. Sam
Portin.
The event, which is under the
chairmanship of Al>- s. Goldman
Will lx- followed by a reception in
th<' auditorium.
Beth Sholom School Unveils
1971-72 Junior High Program
Beth Shalom's School ol Living
Judaism will present next year's
tumor high school program ->t an
Israeli breakfast on Sunday at
l 30 .in in the SUverman A>-
sembl) ll .11 accor ling to an an-
nouncement b) Maur) I. Schwartz,
din ctoi ..I i ducal km.
Mr S lion to the
p irenta and students Involved
- itc In part, 'Our jun. u
. -h beii eor-
I \ ir 7 C-1971-72
\\'.- ii. the courses
mi I: brew
n : the plement ol Jew is;i
culture t to the curricu
(>n S the Mi imi
I' ach Chapti r ol the < 'ity ol Hope
will install its new officers at a
ancheon to be held .i the Mon-
mai trc Hotel.
Tne new si ii. i. he i led by Bess
Plasky. president; Hattie Edwards.
liaison officer; Marion Itulun. Bess
I I..ml.- Sulic Mint/ and (iert Aver-
hach. vie.- presidents: Dorothy
i Amhowit/. Rose K. IJcrnstcin. Gart
j Kim, I.eah Grudo, Sue Taxier and
1 Ruth Sehoener, secretaries; Hen-
rietta TiMiber, treasurer; Eleanor
I Clerlick. historian: rl-thor (*>ld-
fingi r ,.:- I 11
pres lents.
In chai gc .I res -i val iD r-
othy Amhowitz: no tickets will he
s.dd -ii t'n door.
Localite's Book Published
"Paces from a Colorful Life" by
Meleeh Epstein of Miami Heauh,
has just bit-n jNiblLsh.sd l>y I.
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+J*>ni f^day, MGy u
Bab Mrfyoak
wmnromTT crams gooniam
On Suturd.ix. M.i\ IS B it) irtis I. wrence, the ion Ji
!. son of lii M \ nold J lg< and Mn Muri > Goodman
tioakowttz, 18530 MW 81t Cl will iw Bar Mitzvah Saturday,,
Mialcah. will become Bar Mttzvat) Maj 15, at Temple Emanu-1
it Temple TitVivth Jacob. Curl us. a seven) le 81 idenl
Barry is a seventh grade student n Nautilus Junior High School,
School. Hi i rested in chess
Mr. and Mr- M >skowitz will hosl nd has won firal place In city-
,ne Kiddush in the Social Hall f.>!- wide tournaments
Curt >ther, Mrs. Rose
nan and hi> gi ind
Phliip Lavins, wtll attend tin-
i. iwing the coromony.
The maternal grandparents Mr
n.i Mrs Max Manly of Miami.
and the paternal grandmother, Mrs event.
Esther Moskowitz of Brooklyn. *$
\ Y.. will he present Out of town < UN < VKI.IN
leata will also Include Mr-. Spiel- G5ar> Scott tin- son >>f Mr and
linger of Brooklyn, NY Mrs Dennis D. Carlln. will be-
^ ne Bar Mil rvah on Satui
ikis rk.vitz Maj 15, at Temple Emanu-EI
Iris Hope RevHi will become Gary attends Nautilus Junior
Viat Mitzvah Friday evening May High School where he is in the
I l. in the main sanctuary of Teni- seventh grade,
Ner T.imid. The celebrant will be hoi
Ills, a student of Ner Tamid al a luncheon in the temple's
Religious School and Nautilus Jun- Friedland Ballroom lmn
lor High School is an honor stu- following the worship sen
lent in mathematici and Is a mem-
of S.Y.D.A I.
Iris is th' granddaughter of Mr
md Mrs. Sidney B- embers
if Ner Tamid
MICHAEL STEIN
Michael K\ in
>' Mr and
Curtis Coorfmon Dovis H>.ikes
a> r ^ *
School, is In the flfin >
iss ol Beth rorah's Har-
old Wolk Fti is Scho
become member ol the (
m Class of 1973
Mi- n I M Swet skj > hon-
or men- daughter .it I
Shabb il il owing mi. services

BONALH .....I MICHAEL
HOI-MAN
R >naW b< i M chael I
of Dr. ami Mrs Fred Holn in I'
, B ii Mitzvah at Betl
ah*'":'
Saturdaj morning, Maj 15
The celeb ints have atti
Beth Torah^s Harold W
gioua s. tool for the past fou
ye irs i" I > '' I
il the 1973 Conl nal
Dr and Mrs Holm in w il
i'i. lr ins it mi- K dd ish I
ing the ceremony
DAVID HINKES
David Mayer soi Ca I
Mi Seymour I! nkes w
sei vt his Bai Mr-' 5 I
tieth Tov 'IT'
Or Fridaj evening. May n
ted b) his "-
.
t evenin i sen -
ps will |oln hit ms
|< ., ih Mu in1 .>.
h Edur *: in A Kid Ilnkes and D
- irents >|
nd o
Among guest)
I
-
I
' :
M d Stein 9B63 SW 21sl St .
ill celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at
nple Or Olom & turd 13 n
. May 15.
Michael, i sevent i ide stu-
enl M !:-' lunior High
School, has been a m lei ol th.
Ch.iury baseball
. yanrs
Mr" and Mrs 9tajfc neat the
KiddiLsh fbH< II mies
is s>., 11 aa a luncheoi and n
. mn in Michael's honor Satui
ifternoon.
Among the h ts will
M .-! nts Mr ,ird
Mrs Jack Gilm II I Mi ind
Brwin Stein.

sham BOTH
When Shari Rachelk daughter
I Mr and Mrs. Arthur Roth. 7950
!W 21st St.. becomes Rat Mitzvah
it Tempi, i lr olom Fnd
ing. May 14. her brother. Ber-
ard Roth will \n- th.- cantor for
s.-rvices.
Shari a Seventh grail.' student
it West Miami Junior High School.
is a member of the school's chorus.
Iha plans to continue her Hebrew
ducation to Confirmation at Or
lom
Mr. and Mrs. Roth will sponsor
Ihe Oneg Shabbat following the
rvices in their daughter's honor.
\ntong the honored guests sharing
m the festivitu-s will be her grand-
lifirents. Mrs. Lilly Roth of North
IVoadmare, NV, Mr. and Mrs
Abraham Barkan of Miami and
'.r and Mrs Morris Roth of Mi-
unl Boach.
tr & ir
TAJ.f.S stl.VKRs
Ellen, the -laughter of Mr. and-*
- Melvin Silvers, will r>vorrv a
i '-: Friday evening. May 14
Ellen is i seventh grade student ,
.1 Nautilus Junior High School
..hire she plays clarinet in the,
chool band.
Following the services, Ellen will .
he honored at a reception at her
'Mime. Among the guests wil ?
Mrs. Oscar Ax am Mrs Louia
I srael from New York
*? s>
CAROL SWKRSKV
Carol Sharon, the daughter if
M ind Mrs Milton M Swersky,
will become Bat Mitzvah during
the Frld ij evening il Beth
n May 14
Carol, a seventh grade student
il John F Kenned} Junior High laj morning M > 15
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May 14. 1S71
+Jewisti Ikrirfl-ir
Page 13-B
Mitzvahs Of 3 Beth Torah Students
[heduled This Summer In the Holy Land
their Bar M ll -. n
am i ality this
1 >
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ir. announo d
, f the thri -R*tvr*
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M Fred Ak I, :,. ,i M irk s ui
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Friday
Folk-Singing Rabbi To Be
Featured In *Song Ferf
9Uom Ctrtetedi wiB tat Taraid
featured in a ~l Saturda.
\ ed,
Th
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3:~nte: Pfcami Sect.cr. NattaaoJ C
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---" ex *jm ptoiact. otd Mrs Bioatn. racantly
.rjaalle-d president r the sec-,rr. Tie otwcr.g proc
which m... -::_-r tr. If "2 season. .= -
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Goes! at Reception
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+Jewlst>thrloian
Page 15-B
Obituaries
USALN01KE
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I Ml <"l 11
f a N V 11*71 *
; (urn-: Mr BmlUi :^ a
,,, ihe u oi km< Clrcli
, veteran ol \\ vv I H I'
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d I tnui i ., Smith
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BVER. Herbert .4 ;.",". \ |; 174th
Si Klvei ii
EISEN. John. 76. 401 0-llins An-
M H Kl\< i
I PALETZ. (776 H IV. ISlh
W*im, liu.-rnvtit yn^fimrt
STEINBERG. He ..... 7.. II'.'- i i
linn H a) Ki\ri nidi M I
Wtbl ERMAN. j ,.1. -| |HI Col
linn *va M H Klvi rside
l FACTOR. Ill ; 7 ,0 u | 111
Hlalc ill Klvi
GLANTZ. Bamuel, 7-' I.:.- IV
lv< Ml.
KANE, -i IM61 P. tyni
Civ.I Kiwi Id*
kantoROvvitz. Abraham
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HE1USHY (1IVEN thai
ihi- un.t.-i sii;n. .1. tL-sirittic ti- engage
m bunnies* under th. fictitious name,
'1 OKKKNLAND FASHIONS ,ii 4.M"'
V.W. 135th str.-.-t. Opa-locka, Klorida
Intends i" rii. '.; i-.,..i name ^v11li the
Clerk >! th.- i ir.uit Court <( Dad.
County Florida
UREENI.AND BTCDIOS, INC
.i l-'l- irilla I |.. I II loll
bj M.mu. i '.r. I ifrl l"n-
I
NOTICE UNDEF.
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HKHKHV IHVE.N tliiii
the undi
fun:.- unilet i-m ami
id 'AMI HA s Itl ISKN KK M.I 1 al
U6ALN0TKI
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il mivi i t" Miami
burnh. Pa. In 194 He
tcent nh th'' Hun Luc
...l.i fur i.ver 4
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l^.li. So 175 I" &A M. and
-in Boottlah Kite
,.-.. nil.- i nl Beth I wvM and
Club Bhlva will
,,..i ,- ih. residence of
.-..Ii, n r-7) s \\ M ct .
Funeral '.i\ii-eH w.-r- h.-ld
M.ii I I p m nt Rlver-
. .,. i Inlet m.-nt Ml BlntJ
-1 f ihi found< re
Rll al Hospital hi Miami
,,H -.. burled in Chleam
[ day in Hi- i ''
H in- Bar* afier n
H Itussls Mr
I '-Mi.-I 81 iti-
He i .mi. i" Miami
I lived l 55 Col
Miami I'. )i Mr -
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SALWEN l-n:i. M I*"" Jain. Ave .
M.H Sea man
SCHIOYITZ. liulh |5o Collins
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SIEGEL Haral IK Collins Ave
M I*. Sew man
SPIELMAN. .1., -I. rt !.-. Michigan
Ave M Ii Riverside
CARLAT. Bei lamln, 89, ITU N Tr. a
ii-. Di North Ha) \ Magi RB r
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Ave i ;..r-i. i lnt< rmenl Ml N- '-
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HERMAN. Ida
M II Newman
LURIE. Jacob, -7 Ittl Stt !lat 81
Klvernlde
MAROER. S\H i II. I-..1 m; l.Mh
I. Mil
PEACH, ll.rrv I.
M II N.-\. man
SCmonwetter. Dora II, ISM N i:
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COHEN. M.iH i IJ" 15th
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Klorida
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-489 iDowlmgi
In RE Estate of
IlKI.'il, viri'i .i: IIARKBTROM
In-,-..,-. .I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! and All Pi
ini Claim* or Demandi* a.
Ei tale
Y-.u are li.r-1-\ notified and requir-
ed i" preeenl an] i Is mi .....' -i- mand*
ulii.li >"u may hav. annlnsl 11
late of in-: i i :i: \|i -i. iR II \l:i<-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COU^T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-364
(Judge Dowling)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
III UK Estate -I
. i \ TIK Nl.
I.....sed
T.. All Creditor! rtd \'.l r- rsi
HaVllUl "'laini-- .-i I i.-maii.U
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You ure herel fled and r.
In present and de-
mands \\iii. 11 you may li.n. turainsl
the state \ TIKK>
i.i -. .1 latl Of I i.i.I.- i II I'll T-i-la
I.I 111. I
file I i a.-
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V.IV, l!'7l
ANNA Mil.I l.l:
As Exerutl ^
PHIIJP J MII.l.EH
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STROM 4.
Florida,
Dadi
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flees
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County,
lie and
Florida
in the
uiity
.. .1 late of I i.id. i ''-tin
the County Judges nf
and fil.- the same In
a i.1 -\ Ided ii s-
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LERMAN. Abraham -IN E
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M ALICH. ',.- \ Itlvi raid*
MILLER. Joseph w 1815
s v. tiordnn
RICHMAN. Esther 11 II S E
I"..i. Riverside
STERLING. M a. Ulna
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BROOKS. :n .- 'A
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DA Y AN. Sesslm T7 I.I
GOLDSTEIN, Joseph, Ii4lh
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rldian Ave I e* 11
HOCHMAN. Ilu-U' 1 '
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IMMERM AN. 7 .4"'

MAYO. II '
M B Rivet
in!.H montha from Ihi
firMt publlentlon hereof, or *li
ill be l.an. .1
Bated it Miami. Florida, Hi
daj of Mail \ I. 1-7'
HBMIR BARKBTRl >M
i Admlnlstratot
First Duhlii ali.'ii nf thl
Ii. 7th day nf M iv 1971
S WITT A KOTZEN
v rnei lot %dra il Iratoi
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
II Kit ElH : I I 11
Ihe u
in l.u undi the flrtlllou
t II i-KlUA MERCANTILE Cl EAR-
1 vi: iini'-r N K I23ih s.
ml. I--! Inti nd to n alMei
name I
' ii- 'I '...I. i ->l r. l l-'i
BERNICE Kl.ll-r
I COESE I EMIJCH
\ i v for
I'.KUN'li i: BU'PT
;7.' w Flaalei Sl Miami PI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS MERER! HIV
Ihi u' lers
in busi iandei i< tltioui name
Off! A M UBNERAI. CARPENTER
.-':..' I I I 1
I I n.i 111.
with the Clet ihe I ult i uri
1. ,.l. Count) r
.; Mill 'ti It' iflRMI EZ
li. in; I'll
i i_
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
SOTICE Is HEREHl li
Ihe undi
name
. r Ml ., vi-s OF FIjORIDA al
i Miami
In ma
ill i iirt ol
I -all
V \ V
Kwltnev A Ki
titot
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THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-1S38
John R. Blanton
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Ksta'e ..f
IIEIJtN BART1 s.
11, ..,-.. .|
To All Credltoi I All Pi rsnni
Having i '..in--- i ir I manda
i jnal Bald Estati
!'-.u are li.-r.-l.> n. tii'i..I and requ '
t" nrest nt any la ms and di
-I- wlili-h i "ii in v li i\ as
th. estate of HELEN BARTl'8
. .-af-.-il la-, "i I-a I-- Count)', Florida,
I.i til. COUI V .lUHi
l file Ihi aami In duplleate and as
.. provldi .1 in s.. tii n 713 !' Flor da
Statuf.s. in their ..in..-" in th.- I'.-un-
Cottrthouse In Bade County, Flor-
i nix a i. : i i month* from
. ..i ihe firsl publii ati.- hen
t .if. or the same will !- '..rr.-.l
1 .; Mlam Floriils
lay of April, A l>
ELIZABETH rRl '88
As y ir- i
i pul i i I
tl .. \nrll I '"i
MAI i H.M H FR1EDM VN
Attornet I !v. ii- 11 v
82 I s l". Fir t Bl
Miami. Florida
4 :
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-166*
(FRANK B DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Bel
JACOB COHEN
JACK COHEN
11. .
To aii i i Hav-
hjig iiaiin.-- or l.'i- reis .^hhiii,
I
\. u fled and re-
i
mands B3 have
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ll.. I U i al. t< tllO
.. and
i p
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ii-- i
unt] Florida,
th.

Hated hi
daj of May, a.i '
I iRi .Till-: \ CANTl >:
QERTRI l. MYERS
FRANKLi S Cl Hi:\
As I iiiurs
I' i ul at f tl
i Bl il
SIM" IN. HAYS *. I Kl SI >W ERII
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No 7 I.8230
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
\\ VLTKR i: -sill. .1-
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JOYCE SHEMK
Befei da'nt,
i -,, .i JOYCE SHESIE, n lenra
I Utlkli'-\1 I .,-..'
thi mplaini for u ith Ihi l. rk .i tin i -\. i-oun .
serve n rop> tl -. upon, HCHMAV
i a 'li i:-- i:.-i; 1311 n nun s b
. i ,,, i.. for. -ii
1971, or .i- mp aim m III laki
., "Hi.- >-.- BATED \n
i: KRMAN
u uri
I || \{ KI88EE
a.t Court Si
:, 7-14-2! il
7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREBY UIVE.N
Ihi u l--i. I desirinai
under thi n
11 ,v J REA1 TV PRt iPERTIEB al
'..;i Mi Id :i Avenw Mlai lb h
lend ti : i. Ham-
with the Clerl Circuit < uf of
Badi (' unty, l-'l.-t Ida
BAVIP I EHRM \N
I JACK Mil ER
1*74 Met venue
Miami i Ida
. PEN A- MAINS
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! v RE M TV PRI IPKRT1ES
\ | ii- :...!-.-. Ri ad
I a i h I
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni 'Tli 'B > HEREIII ill YEN Ihnl
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MIAMI
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Ull OAK BOUUVAKD
9u*eratV/ky?et
Meml.-r
National Funeral
IdrtH-tnrs Assn
Florida Funeral
rMr*rti>rs Asaa
f.d.a
865-2353
3u.lt in. nt l.v
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INUEl GORDON-1946
RY GORDON-1964
IKE GORDON
JAMES B. GORDON
lor don 4-uneral ome
r?e/orm Conservative Orthodox
CALL 373-5533
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO 71.7542
PAI'I.INE CARRIE,
Plaintiff.
\ s
t.i'' IN J HARRIS,
idanl
th I EON J fJARRIE
I Ra) Khoma, Apt Mo 17i
i Mat i* .ti
Mai Ina del U.y. California

you .- hi by notlfli -i that a
Complalnl fot IMvorre has been filed
aa-alnsl you, and you are retiulrod t..
^.....pj <: i ut A'.-ii i or
i I'l.-ailnur in the Complaint on Ihe
|.|a Iton v. ABIIOTT Wll
FRI'MKBS 120 Ian...l-i Road, Miami
I,. i.i and file the oriainal
\ ..u.i ..r Plaadlnif In Ihe offloa
'i.ii, ..t th. i in ull "in on
or baton Ihe 17th day o1 M
II 1 ,i fall to do -
I. fault mil be taken
ih, r.ii.f demanded
Haled at Ul inn. Florida, tl.
,1 |] of April ISTt
I) I r VTHKItMAN i-l.rll
i it. uti Court, Bade County, F1.....la
lu i. SNEEDEN
I i.nutv il.-rk
1' (Circuit Com
i lli.TT AND KUCMKI.S
Attorm v- for Plaintiff
i i.in.'.'ln l:
. Mtani, Reach Florida .,,,,.
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
ftolicits your legal notic
Wf> appreciate you
patronage and guarantee
accurate eervice at iego'
rate* ...
Dial :i7:i <*>3
in derslKned, dei
In bu undi u
f WE* '' al : -"
da in-
ali thi
Clerk Ull Court I Bade
i
JOSE OA1 ERA
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 71-8780
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IIENUV i: VYIKANI >UR
Plaintiff
ROH M.IK BC8CH \\ IKANDEH
I ii fen lam
TO Roaallt llusi-h VYIkander
li n. .- Cnkiiow it
you ia iif i'-s- ii w Ikandi
| i -, notlfli .1 that a Bill -if
plain! for I >lvon lias bei n
iifrmni i n and
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 71 45
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i Rl i. ati of
PERRY Mi MM.i:i PERFECT
.......
Ti All Credit Ul Tersot Hav-
. i, -..I- Ba '
i-:-t it.
Vou I notified and r- -
| |.- tn a; 'I d- -
: the estate of 1 M KINI
PERFECT .1. u -
ir \ Judges of
Bade Col
iluplleati Becl
' Stnlutei
mil urtl uw
. Count; lit ula ii Ithii
111. lllll. of tl
i first t ttt or thi nan
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inn p. the Bill
Plaintiffs
man. 26M N \S
i and file
..r Pli adlna In the
iVltt-
flU-l
, u a i n luln <1 to
ui \ .. I 'lead -
f i'i.ii Th.
s ,.;i.i i-: I iOOd-
. ^ 1
the "t Ijrlnnl Anevt .-i
IU.....f the Clerk
-i day of June 1971 If ro fall t"
iiiIimh. nt li .1. fault mil be
taken attains! you for Ihe relief do-
mamli .1 In thi Bill of Complaint
Tliis notice shall be nublihed tn"
each week for four jaOnaecutlve sffteki
in THE JEW ISH Kl >RHI VN
Ih.n'K AND ORHKREP al Miami
Florida, thi.- Mh daj of Mai \ D
[71
K B LEATHERMAN Clerk.
Circuit Court, bade Counts Fkirlda
By < P COPEI \M'
Denuty Clark
i. ir, int Court Beal l
STAN I K.Y K li' "OBMAN
..... \ w gynd str.-.-t
Miami Florida
'tl
Attornay f-.r PlalatlH | _. (
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 71-1805
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
! i i:i: i
H'l I l.l AM I.KW IS

i tors and All Pi - Ha\ -
i -. tna-i.i- Aarainsl Ba I
Vou an hen i .. .1 re-
presenl ny claln
mat !- n hid i*ou mas havi a.
I u i :.l I \ \i l.BWIH
Badi i u -
11 l-'i.ii i.i... t.. t' Counts Jtadirea >l
i iadi i ami
.! is pros al. -I In s.
... thi
floea in th. Count) Cnurthnus
Bade County, Florida, tarlthln sli
.ii.iat months from the tun. ol ti
ui......lion hereof, ..t thi bum
a ill be I rred
Bali ml Florida II
u.n il' :
i \\i hi: i.i
\^ I7\..utri\
Pii sl i.ni Iti a I Ion of thli
!..-' -M,i. 1-71
Till \N' -I r a. Il MH-:i:
Attorn, i t-i Bxecutrll
I I '
Bern h. Florida ,
lor meeierger eervic*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
No. 71-773*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
SIMIK1. II AHKAMS,
Plaintiff,
KSTKI.I.K ABRAM8,
l f.-iiiiiint
T" KSTK.I.I.K APJt VMS
Residence Cnknoun
\tn' ARJC HKHKltY notified thai
Onmplalnt for Dlvoro has i.....n Iliad
au-alnat mu, and yo* ara harabj re
iiuireii to aarve a ..PS' ..f your an-n. i
or other plea Una to the i.implaint on
the Plalntltrs attorney. I.l-TSTKR ludnnenl
i:i:s ahosi address i- 1454
l7thAven M..int. Florida XS1M; and
il.- th- ..rliilnal nitli Ihe Cl.-rk.aijf th.
,1.. ii styled Curt, on or before the
,th day .1 May, |W1, or i-.lrWaull
v-n In entered aalnsl i.-u
I>.VTEI> this ^'L'liil liai if April, 1971
r. I i: \tiiki:ii in
Clerk --I ir. uit '""art
in i- OOODMAN
.....
I'll 1/1 14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 71-7709
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
K\ A 1 FRAZ1 l.l.
Plaintiff,
th. 'M is w FRAZTER,
1 I. ial.,1 t
T< > TH. Ml AS W FRA35TBR
Resldi n. I'nknoa n
r< -I ARK HEREin M ITIFIED 'hat
a Complaint for Divorce has beea nl. I
at-.nnsi i.u i.\ tin- above named Clan -
tiff ami thai i.-u at. required !< file
an Anawei at othoi reaponalva pi.-a-l
Ina arlth the Clerk "f ih. ah.-v.- Mvl.-.l
t'l.uri and i" serve I pop] on V ROH-
ERT CAR1JHLK, Altomaj for the
I'l.imlifr. ."'' Alhsml.ra Circle, I Viral
Babies Florida MI14 on oi before the
Ilth daj "t May ItTl, 0C a default
uili be enten I S'.-u
f..r ih.- relief demandad In Ifcs <""m-
pUiiit f.r Blvorce
PONE and BRBERED In Miami
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