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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 11, 1971

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

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 11, 1971

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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:
AA00010090:02210

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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
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
"Jewish Floridian
Combininj THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WfMlY
44 Number 24
Miami, Florida Friday. June 11, 1971
Price 20c
Kahane Vows To
Harass Officials
W YORK (JTAi Rabbi
Kahane, nntionnl chairman
j.-wish Defense League,
led his alliance with the
American Civil Rights
e in. an adiiress to some
iii s attending what
illed as the "1971 Conven-
: the International JDL"
>r. alluuire." he declared. "In
tth Jot' Colomlxi i 1 ni;in-
ili nt) hut with hundreds of
humIb of Italian* ril
h uith anyone If I think I
b.!p .' .lew. On June ZH,
- American t'nity Day,
l'-i" people will he at ( linn
( in>, I'll apeak on Soviet
;ud get theae people ...
p|p (!. ulth Soviet Jrwri. So
Incaafcsed Jews main- fun of
ly Agreement
Suez Possible
B\ S|>wial Report
lARIS U.S. Secretary of
William P, Ror'Ts met
aid K. Bergus, chief
liplomat in Cairo, here last
i and received a full re-
n hii lengthy discussion
t'i President Ai
which took place Friday.
\; Sadal reportedly clarified
a: pointi in the Egyptian
garding (ha Interim
and these larifica-
regarded as 11 cour-
ii rs. offlciah
there w as no m ijor
the Egyptian st ind.
large an as ol disagrei -
ma .' was pointed
ire several poll tc on
h th Israel an I
ad: 11 it li deafa
I the So.-/ ('ai al; 12)
I !. the canal will be
: bj Egypt; >'-i< Partial
&1 of Israeli forces from
bank is required; (4) A
of the territory cvacu-
'Ulii have to be occupied
i i">i The oeaaeflre be-
two nations would l
continued during; that
id: (61 An interim agree -
wooid be the first step in
tor an overall peao f"i
I
us. I want to help .lew* and the
Civil Idchis League ean help us
and I will use them." he said.
Rabbi Kahane also vowed that
bis i rganizatlon will launch a
program of harassment against
Syrian and Iraqi officials in this
country In order to win freedom
for the Jews in those nations.
He also promised that JDL will
light the continuing reverse
discrimination'1 that is beinp
ticed agalnat Jews In New
York City, when' they are being
denied then- rights and faci
quotas in school and in civil
service advancement opportuni-
1:. -
Jews arc being made to pay
the YASI's debts to the black
people," Rabbi Kahane declared,
adding, "If racism in reverse
continues to be practiced against
us. we will use the same tactics
used by everyone else -we will
burn the city down."
So. Africa Attacks
Israeli Aid Policy
JERUSALBM (WNS)- Israel
has been bitterly attacked by
South Africa after announcing
a contribution of $2,857 to the
Organization for African Unity
earmarked for food and medical
lupplies. Israel defended its con-
tribution as "being made in re-
sponse to a request to all mem-
ber states by the Secretary Gen-
i a! of the United Nations."
Soutii Africa's Premier B. J.
BoHter has declared he van not
niuli rstand how Israel. "which
itself has a terrible problem,"
Can justify a emit rilmt inn to
help other terrorists.
Arab spokesmen at the U.N.
also denounced Israel for alleg-
edly supplying arms to South
Africa, thus supporting the ra-
cial policies of that country.
Israel has admitted that her
UZI submachinegun is being
produced under a South African
license, but the license, it was
explained, had been granted to
the Relgian firm responsible for
its production in the 1950's
USSR Seeking Pacts
With Iraq And Syria?
JERUSALEM lJTAI Well
informed sources report that the
So\Tct Union is trying to con-
clude treaties with Iraq, Syria
ind other countries similiar to
the 15-year pact of friendship
and cooperation it signed with
the Egyptian government in
Cairo recently.
Israel reportedly has been ad-
vised by the United States not
to take hasty action or draw
premature conclusions about the
Moscow-Cairo treaty. Israeli of-
ficials arc said to subscribe to
the American view th.it any dip-
lomatic activity connected with
a partial interim settlement mil-
itates against an immediate re-
sumption of warfare and the
belief that every attempt to ad-
vance the cause of a partial
settlement should be encouraged.
Synagogue Council Elects
Dr. Lehrman As President
I>r Irving I-chrman. rabbi of
: Be tch Temple Emanu-
Kl f.ir 28 years who has been
eiertid nai anal president of the
Synaj gue Council of America,
la the : rat K rid an ever ch in bead the overall Jewish re-
ligious representative body of
Orthodox C nservative and Re-
gue Council of
\ with he Iqu rt<
Ni V the coordlnat-
\ ir the thn e a
: \--.ii i an Jewry. Its purpose
iddl P8S and a
united In ill matters re-
ling which the three b
dies shire a common concern.
It us the recognised agency of
American Jewry vis-a-vis the
Catholic and Protestant national
agencies, the United States Gov-
ernment, the United Nations and
all UN. bodies.
Dr. I-ehrman has served as
first vice president of the Syna-
M. If VINC UHRMAN
gogue Council of America for
the past two years. He is a
member of the executive commit-
tee of UNESCO and of the Pres-
ident's Commission on Aging.
He received his Master of He-
brew Literature degree from the
Jewish Institute of Religion in
1942 and earned the degree of
Doctor >t Hebrew Literature
from the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America in 1968
The Seminary bestowed the hon-
orary degree of Doctor of Di-
vinity upon him in 1968. and
also establisher the Homili ti i
Library in his honor.
Temple Emanu-I I I shi d
a chair in American Jewish
History In his honor at the
seminary in 1963; the day school
of Temple Emanu-El, founded in
1958, was renamed The Lehr-
man Day School at a dinner
marking his 25th anniversary as
rabbi of the synagogue in 1968.
One of the nation's foremost
STK>kesmen for the cause of the
Jewish people and the State of
Israel, Rabbi Lehrman served
for two years as chairman of
(Continued on Face 7-A)
overnor To Address Awards Dinner Guests
r
.rnor Reiibin Askew baa
ted in invitation to deliver
ddreai al the P
1 I irdl Dinner-1 I
n| held on behalf of
Miami Jewish Ped-
- 1971 Combined Jewish
el Env i-i :
June IT in tin- Fon-
. Hoti I s c rb I
i anil be highlighted
lond annu ii presa nt i-
f the "Abba Bban Sh
iward," as well as
ol the
r iward, which n
M uBiana who bava
n their davotion In glv-
rd the Mads >" thou-
fews in Miami, thrmigh-
country and in laraeL
ng to Joseph H. Kan-
man of the 1971 CJA-
". invitations to tlie
affair huv. i sen i s>
those Miami ina who
60V. HUM 0. ASKPN
have demonstrated "leadership
In giving" by making a eontribu-
tion of Sl.iOO or more to the
1971 campaign effort
The Pacesetter award is a uni-
i, u bronze sculptured medal-
lei tbig one of six events
in the history ol the Jewish peo-
ir a contributor of
00 w ill be preai nted one
of th. set Of Six, which is in
limit' d ed Uon; the original mold
has been broken.
The Abba Eban Shotner Am
yisroel i' lurdian of the I'
.it [srw iward, Is ii
: ih. a a ho have made a
rrritmi nt of 160,00X1 to the
1971 campaign drive. Roth
awards were Created by Kenneth
Treister and contributed to the
Greater Miami Jewish Fedora-
i in
Mr Kanter noted that June
17 is now the target date for the
Completion of all outstanding
cards in the 1971 campaign. "We
all want to tell the i>eop!e of
Israel by June 17. and our local
agencies which serve thousands
of Jews, that Miami has fulfilled
immitment. This la our tar-
get date for completion of all
outstanding cards, as well as
securing as many new
p. ssible," he declared.
Mr. Kanter emphasized that
Yisroel (Guardian of the Peoph
mitment to the campaign, a sec-
ond effort should be made tO n -
view that commitment and. if
Me, raise om s 1971 CJA-
IFF pledge. "Ask yourself," he
urged, "will I live any different-
ly if I double or triple my pledge
in 1971" And if you have not
already given, make your com-
mitment before June 17. be-
cause if there is one truism about
being Jewish it is that we all
S that giving to those in
need is part of our heritage."
Israel's rirst official aaactaaseat
of the Soviet-Kgyptian SHkOt HI
that it goes far beyond any ever
signed with a nan < 'ommunist
state and in faet strikingly re-
Keniblea the treaties gov MOSCOW'S relations with the
Warsaw Pact nations.
The assi ssnwnt was off<
in a policy background paper
d by the Israeli Emb
in Washington, which appen !
the official text of the tr
to its policy pa|*T.
Both Israeli and Western
servers have expressed the
lief that the text of the treaty
contains secret clauses spelling
out in detail certain elemi
treated only generally or not it
all in the released version of the
pact. "For the Soviet I'nion. th->
tnaty with Egypt represents an
im|>ortant landmark. Its terms
do not merely formalize an ex-
isting status-quo of Russian as-
sistance and cooperation; th y
grant Moscow the legality if
presence and a say in the at:
of Egypt for the next 1") year- "
the Embassy's assessment : -
clared.
In the Israeli view, by thi*
treaty, the Kremlin has ;u-hie\.-d
what it has long SOUgbt, namely
the |m litic.il consolidation of ita
preseme in the Middle K.i.st. by
winning a lone term legal title
to intervene in the affairs of the
region's dominant Arab stat'-
KgvptIrrespective of who con-
trols the reins of government in
< aim and in a manner that
transcends the Israel-Arab COB-
filet."
Tin Embassy pap r noted that
thi new treaty is radically
:t in substance and I
from Moscow's agreements with
non-Communist states whose
territories are contiguous with
Soviet frontiers. "A compan- in
of the language and pattern of
the Egyptian treaty with that 'i
the treaty between the USSR
and Czechoslovakia shows a
stiiking similarity ... Inferring
that the document in Cairo was
drafted in Moscow by Soviet
policy planners," the Isra-'ii
pa[>er noted.
Day School Head
Lauds Passage Of
School Aid Bill
NEW YORK UTAi The
State Legislature's approval of
S33 million in additional grants
in non-public schools
than S2 million of which will ^o
Jewish all-day elementary
and high schools u,ts ha
this week by Dr. Joseph Kami-
netsky, director of the National
Association of Hebrew Day
Is who called it "break-
through legislation."
Dr Kaminetsky, who said the
- had ; d the
trlbutton non-public schools
are making to the total com-
munity, explained that the addi-
al funds arc earmarked for
"acceptable secular educational


Pag 2-A
ADL's Head Urges Pope To
Intercede For Soviet Jews
Jewish ftcrkMaft
Temple Ner Tamid
Confirms Students
Yom HaMoreh Topic Of Program
ROME 'JTA At an au.ii-
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VI BajUUMU rd. chairman
he Ant:-rvfarr..it:.>n League of
-. B i .th IMfl p pal Intl :
i on N'half <>! Jews in the So-
I OhJon. Il .ind Benjamin R.
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Mr Qrudnrd expn
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lacnangmd -1 w sentenced in
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Page 3-A

UIA Nominates
Robert Russell
i < Russell i ire pre
I Miami .) aish r> I
i <- "-'i iirman ol the
i pd J w ish App Hl-Is-
jencj Fund campaign
nine ted by the United
,1 >i the United States
ol 11 Americana to i> -
t. the new!) formed 40-
Board of Governors ol
. h Agency for Israel.
. II and Shepard Bread,
rt. -,.i on Ice president and
af Hie law CJA-IEF
isMnet, will represent
. r this month when 88
,. adem from the United
and seven from Canada.
! to reel i* immheii of the
| \\ i .1 AaaemMgp oi the aaa
wtrucfeed Jewish Agencj
I.... 'n>is historic meeting
i lajST change in thr
I i ty ind involvement of
nun lei In the policies,
.1 work of thr Jewish
i ike of Federation! and
Funds In the agency's
. lUCeeM is evident from
That ihi- agency as the
istrument of the Unit "d
I ,ii in dealing with lm-
ind abaorption needs
nnre of ttv F di ratli in ind
nd contribut lona th m
i i :. iri< s i is.-' ther
I ol the United
States and the I i,: ,, i .\,,.
i" 'I ": Canad i and jimll u bodies
in othei count
The assembly, which will meet
annually, will hold its first meet-
ii* 21-34 in Jerusalem in or-
der to determine the basic policies
ol the Jewish Agency, act on its
budget, deal with major needs and
and elect the chairman and
I "t governors
Between meetings in'1 memberi
will he k |.i inform.il oi the needs
and operations oi th.' agency
through procedures which will !*
worked out for continuing contact
and involvement The UIA will
assist | ii this purpo-
M jor concerns of the ageni y,
as th. > iftect the responstbUtties
ol Feder itions and Welfare Funds,
will continue t.. be considered by
the i ".i \ Overseas Service Commit,
tee, on which a number of the
men i' of the assembhr
K0BIR1 KUSStU
! aid in bringing community
vi.w.- to the UIA and the Jewish
Agency.
The assembly will elect a 40-
membei board of governors, which
will act as the governing i>ody be-
tween meetings of the assembly,
and within the policies set by the
assembly The n members nomi-
nated by the United Israel Appeal
of the United States, who now
serve on the Interim Planning
Committee of the agency, are:
SHtPARD BROAD
Max M. Fisher. Detroit: Albert
Adelman, Milwaukee; Victor M.
Carter, Los Angeles; Melvin Du-
binsky, St. Louis: Edward Gaas-
berg, Cleveland; Morii- L. Levin*
son, New York; Joseph Meyerhoff. ;
Baltimore: Robert Russell. Miami: '
LouIr Stern, Kssex County, N.J.:
Dewty D. Stone, Boston and Jack
D. YVciler, New York. Gordon
Brown represents Canada.
In addition to sharing in the
Continued en Pise 11-A
9 Seniors Receive
M-DJC Scholarships
Nine Dade County high school
seniors will receive scholarships to
Miami-Dade Junior College next
week, awarded by the Sustaining
I of Fellow- ol Mount Sinai
Hospital.
Students to be honored at a
luncheon Tuesdav in the hospital's
founder's dining room Include Rosa
Gonzalez, Tamara Hernandez and
Teresa Torres, Miami Se
Cheryl Gordon, Coral Park: Mary
Louise Howard and Gennette Mil-
ler. Edison; Harriet C. Miller. Cen-
tral: Dianne Rivers. Jackson, and
Clarancc L". Robertson, Southwest
Each of the recipients will pur-
sue a career in a paramedical
field such ai nursing, medical
technician and operating technici-
an, and most will be among the
first students enrolled at the just-
completed Fred J. Ascher Para-
medical Building on the Mount
Sinai grounds.
Cochairmen of the program are1
Lloyd Ruskin and David Sen-..-;
W. James OroviU is president of
the sustaining board.
h A ; ncj has net
ini ; ited with
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Volume 44
Friday, June 11, 1971
Number 24
18 SIVAN 5731
Facts Are Forgotten
The anniversary this week of the Six-Day War in 1967
hes renewed the controversy over Israel's control of Jeru-
salem which it took back from Jordan as a result of that
conflict. Forgotten is the fact that it was Jordan which al-
locked Israel on June 5. in spite of Israel's assurances to
King Hussein it would not battle that nation and also the
fact that had he not conspired with Nasser, the shape of
that part of the world would be quite different todav.
Forgotten, too, (as Msgr. John Oesterreicher of Seton
Hall University pointed out in an article several weeks ago
in the New York Times1 is the failure of Christian leaders
to protest the destruction of all of Jerusalem's synagogues
while Jordan ruled, or that the Old City of Jerusalem was
arbitrarily annexed by Jordan and the city divided when
:he Arab nations rejected the U.N. vote in 1948 and de-
clared war on the new Jewish state in 1948.
The Catholic priest quite properly condemns the way
in which the Vatican's newspaper approaches the ques-
tion, in view of its previous record. "These tears are syn-
thetic because of what was left unsaid," he writes.
Something To Be Looked Into
li the report by a Jewish Air Force chaplain in England
is correct, someone should be looking into the nature of its
chaplaincy. He declared that every one of the Jewish
American Air Force men who marry while they are sta-
tioned in Britain do so out of the faith.
The problem, as he sees it, is symptomatic of Ameri-
can Jewish youth today because they have such loose ties
with Judaism; the condition is compounded when they are
overseas and far from an organized Jewish community.
But England has a strong and viable Jewish population
end it would seem to be a proper function of the chaplaincy
to go beyond ritualistic services on the base and to ar-
range for social gatherings which provide these men with
an opportunity to meet Jewish girls. This is something for
the JWB to look into without delay.
Counterattack Had Desired Effect
There are a number of reasons for the noticeable de-
cline of support of Arab terrorists by the New Left, not the
least of which is the fact that information about the true
nature of many of the Arab states and their political par-
ties has finally penetrated the hitherto closed minds of the
radical left.
American Jewish radicals have played a significant
role in turning the tide which had caused much concern in
recent years. Particularly on the campus, these Jewish
groups have launched a vigorous attack against the pro-
Arab, anti-Israel posture of the New Left, distributing litera-
ture and providing effective speakers.
For the first time in many years, the Young Socialist
Alliance convention and the SDS had no resolutions on the
Middle East. While it is true they also aie preoccupied
with other matters mainly survival the fact is that the
counter-attack by positive young Jews, aided particularly
by American Jewish Committee and Hillel, has had the
desired effect.
Housing Must Keep Pace
The Israel Housing Ministry has made a direct re-
sponse to the cry of slum dwellers for improved living
conditions. Nearly $500 million will be invested over the
next five years to provide adequate housing for those
living in crowded dilapidated quarters.
It must not be overlooked, however, that immigrants
from Russia and other countries continue to pour into Israel
and that new housing must also keep pace with that flow.
It is here where the American dollar, contributed throuah
the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund, has
its greatest impact. Our support, even through the cam-
paign is no longer at its height, must continue.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSO?
WASHINGTON In an at-
mosphere of careless, feck
t folly, the national la fa me
of the United States is in seri-
ous danger of being totally <1n-
mantled.
At this juncture, no one can
be sure this will not be the final
f the ser es of wot
:: ift by the polities-crazed
it*
Whatever the result, it will be
ret) date, iccordiiig to the ex-
9 It la worth asking how
!an have come to such a
pam la .i time of isbviously m-
r
THE FIRST pal 4 tbt blame.
COMMENT
Although I am not as enam-
ored with the bright saying- 4
s say. Art Linkletter,
thai thought by a Hen
ghetto kid seems very appro-
tc to my present mood:
Peooia hive meetings, but
when it comes time to do some-
thing they don't get off their
ta.ls wms to me a very per-
ceptive stat. 'mem except for
his concluding request that t> -
erybody should get together and
do something" Because that's
exactly what has been happen-
ing.
AS I LOOK back at my activ-
ity in the Jewish community dur-
ing the past decade I find K
possible to calculate the days I
RSVa spent in getting together
to do something, let alone the
hours jn which I and others like
me never got off our tails to do
something about what we met
for.
If the chairman of any Jew-
iah eodmvor pair got to that
point on the agenda. "Unfltl
we would surely
the experience of thos,- J.-ws
who wandered for 40 years be.
ntartag the Promised Land.
An i if there :n sight.
Wfl t y.-t spotted him
AT ONE of the more recent
I made a note that
i of JudoJati
phHoaotwy of Ufa and
here are tomtom betwaen
la and how to
them out !'. t our pi
posit ion. this life vmt
-a- the ;
ml) -.-
th.- more affluent, theraf the

media, not to aoj
in ii
Arrong th< many provocative
nenta Rabbi Irving Omen-
Is at the recent semi-
nar of local Jewish professionals
WM that so many of us are
1-rate ('. I ,ther than
ral Jews and that to lib-
the Jewish people re-
quires the recovery of Jewish
; tfve self-e\luation.
WHAT getl little evaluation
at these meetings and seminars
I attend although one hears
it said -hat 2.000 years of
Jewish history really came to
an end at Ausrhw t/ ar.d that
we try to live in the past and not
in the present experience. It's
not easy, admittedly
The survey uf Miami's Bur-
e ui of Jewish BduetJaM which
will be presented to the Federa-
tion Board next wmh conclude*
with a major recommendation
that will radically change the
structure of the Bureau. There
has been, and undoubtedly will
b.- more, debate about the valid-
ity of the recommendation but
to me the importance is not the
-ucturing of one agency
that may have outlived its use-
M >*it its implications for
ir Jewish institutions, in-
eUl hng the synagogue ard Fed-
eration Itself.
I THINK some of the radieaS
tht new Jewwh prophets, if
are Saying th.it
' nue to use the cosmetic
in dressing up whit
well be a corps.-, mak-
-i pretttl r when what
h mid be doing is bu
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aj mane but
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JewttA fMdtmn
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{abbinical Association To
Install Its New President
. | Eugene Lahovitz. spiritual
; :npl.' NaT Tamici. will
ii as president of the
RABtl lUGINt lAtOVITI
al AnodatfcMi of Greater
(day at a Temple NYr
on meeting for all th'
I their wivt a,
illation will t>e eon-
. I! li-bi Irving of T>mplo
who will also present
rit to the outgoing
R '!> i\r. :ii Snap ro of
:. Hollywood, will serve
of thi- Installation
b.- installed ir:.
Rabbi Le< n Kroniah of Temple
Beth Sholom, vice president; Rabbi
Maxwell Bergerof Temple Zamora,
secretary; and Rabbi Ralph Kings-
ley of Temple Sinai. North Dade,
treasurer for a second term. Rabbi
Solomon Schiff, director of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation'!
Chaplaincy Service, continues as
the executive vice president.
The outgoing officers who will
be awarded i laquea are Rabbi S
Landau, Beth David Congregation,
outgoing president; Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz. vici president, Rabbi
Ralj.ti Kingsley, treasurer and Rab-1
hi Avrom Dm/In of Israelite Cen-
ter Temple, who will be c I tor
two yean of exceptional service
ai seen I trj
18 Graduate From Bureau's
Central Hebrew High School
At the Inter-school graduation
exercises ot the Bureau of Jewish,
Education at Temple Emanu-EI
last week, 18 graduates of the cen-
tral Hebrew Hij;h School received
their diplomas.
The graduates included David
Abramowitz, David Berger, Larry
Burrows Marian ("orndorf, Shel-
don Deison. Marc Felt, Ava Gold-
man. Lynda Is, Alan Kan'.
Michael Klein Michael Newman,
Susan Roller, MichelU Rachline.i
Erica K. 1st D bra Rickles, Susan
R id nan, David St rnshein and
li.MTi.in1 Wi I ai h
Dr. Dennis Prexv
Hillel 1971-72
At the annual meeting of the
hoard Communit) Day School. Dr. Joel
B. Dennis was reelected pre Ident
for the 1971-72 school year.
The following officers were
elected to lerve with Dr. Dennis:
Don Solomon, vice president: Ar-
thur Upson, treasurer; Morton H
Zemel. secretary.
Committee chairmen are Leon-
ard Schreiber, executive; Irving
Conner, finance; Irving Kuttler.
enication; Arthur Lipson. budget;
Saul Schreiber, scholarship; Don
Solomon, personnel; Judge Arthur
VVinton. food services, and Wil-
liam Wolowitz, trans|x>rtation.
New members at large on the
executive committee are Harvey
Baxter. Ben Genad. and Theodore !
Lerner.
Shahaton Sabbath
at Temple Or Olom
A "Shabaton Sabbath" under the
direction of Rabbi Ralph Glixman,'
will be held at Temple Or Olom,
this weekend.
At a recent similar weekend.
the time was devoted to spiritual
development and physical rest
Students sang and danced to Is-
raeli folk songs, played chess and
ctieokers. conducted a Sabhath
walk and attended services.
Among those attending were
David Beckerman and Robin
Dronsky, who helped organize the
weekend.
The Senior Citizens Friendship Club of North Dade County
raised over SI.400 this year for the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergencv
Fund campaign. Here Joseph Golden. North Dade area
chairman, (left) receives the check from Mrs. Sara Kcr.z.
president of the club, as Mike Berezin, executive director of
the YM-YWHA of North Dade, Herman Klein, treasurer of the
club, and Herb Rubin, supervisor of Senior Citizens Activi-
ties at the "Y," look on.
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+Jen1st rnday. ]une J
Sunday Exercises For
Beth Torah Graduates
in 11 Km enerctaai I 51 atu*
1* l th<-Ite l ment "
Sunday at 10 a.m. Thv
duettos \\;M present the i mtata,
n i & wn ; 'l'ic-i Buttons, d
m \ a Lipachitx la spiritual leader
ol the oonsjrefmtion.
Milton Hornttein and lira, Irv-
Ing Newman, hi* : I lice pres :."iT ol the f ingri
V I ....... -
Jui; i \ ler school boa rd
chairman, will pi nl n ( md
Instructors Mrs Irvin
del, Mn TV i i Soklamith, Mra
Mama Bergman, Mis Morr -
md Miaa (' uola M i K i -
tie served i c nl ita din i I
\ one iw rds will be the Julius
Yetta Woth Memorial for a
cno Ij ol !! brew
i S Safer Mem a
' \ .....lie study >t cua-
- and c remonii a. : > ^ i ii
d In Mn H iroM W-.ik. tlv
Mi i utstanaV-
to the KHivion*
S h >1; Uv '" II Family h
h< stud) f i i)
cr. endowed bj Mr and Mn J -
rome fiv.ii: the Qeaeaje Blaleck
: .iH<>.ifv MtRenatein MemoriaJ
ling and en ative c
paojecta i nuoavi i bj Mr and Mra
\m iiatm Auaametatn.
Ma > tin Rom md Naomi Ruth
Oatrnv Jewish SorJonal Fund Me-
Hoi iceeJIenee In iii' study
ii Modern Israel, endowed i>> Na-
than Oarros ; the Hn-nM Wolh Me-
ship Mrs 11
W Ik: the M K h n S Hi -
mod w
stud) of K v sh: the Zyp a Press-
:nan men i vllencc in I
-i n1\ || J \ sh i Us)
I \ Miss -
Frank, r rs Memorial foi out-
-i in
M:- Donith) B
The h -i s :ii alao bono
- who ha>

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Tifereth Jacob
Has Ww Leader
1 '.
spiritual leadei nfcreth
1 : Ith A-..- rl
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wan
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* UnUtfhridfrr
Page 7-A
(ynagogue Council Elects
|r. Lehrman As President
rttiniM-d from Pace 1-A)
^ n il R ib imir Advisory
h ..; i United Jew ish
i], and was cneml chalr
of the Combined Jewish
of Great r Miami. v '.<<
bent of th*- Creator Miami
!"illn and president
L Rabbinic i! A-ssociation of
I, r Miami A member ot
t\, iti\ e Ci -uuttec .>f tlie
nal U J~\ be aLs<> serves
| J 11 .' sident of the
M Organ lion-ol America.
Lchrmin, who served is
rman of President Nhcon's
i iis Ti'k K".-v for th-' spe-
ll House Conference on
Nutrition ind Health, now
rrnan of the board of gov-
f the IsraH Bonds orga-
lj. n for Greater Miami and
(member of the president's
11 of Brnndeis University.
Lahrmen, ho organized
sTViinan rot Dialogue Conv
the National Confer-
(.: Christian and Jews and
k! bs its first chairman. is
rJ>T of th rabblnis oabtnel
J-wLsh Th<*'logical Senii-
i Asimica and served the
i o-y is Visiting Plofeawr
tic-. He is .i trust
I >i : .p. .1 i Juiian-1 Re.
t. foundation a member of
- ii Council ot the Boy
V -.,- i ,i hoard ,v
|o: the Inti tuition.il Syna-
Kennedy Airport in
k C*itj md serves nu-
i irwl cotn-
I in Greater
FT< i la
Dr. Lehrman \>a> elected and
installed this week it a national
meeting of th.. 9ynagogue Coun-
cil of America, in New York I
City, prof. Abraham Hetfchel,
one of the world foremost the-
oiogicians and philosophers, of- :
fldated at the ceremony.
Dance, Sleepover
Sponsored By T
The Jew th Identity Program
far Teens at the VM-YWHA of
Greater Miami, X-VX) SW Kth St.
will sponsor a "Dance and Sleep-
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through 11 i m. Sunday.
The event will start off with a
dance to music by "The Raven"
i-oek group. A movie entitled "Let
My People '"," will be followed
by midnight swim and camp-
fire The outing will end with a
Sunday morning breakfast
The Jewish Identity Pro-am
which is co-sponsored by the YM-
VWHA and the Bur,.hi of Jewish
j Kducation has been formed to help
| teenagers reinforce their Jewish
identity. The pro*rum has given
I the vnuni: people am opportunity
become involved in projects,
MseusatiMi wsa ons an I icth ities
that help them form a positive
identitv and i !..-;. u |1IU;
then throughout their live*.
Mart* UstOWsk) M S \V Teen-
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the J ... i identity
Program; m inj oth -r pi igrams
in I evi tits h Ive ; n pi n ne I
me rammi f r the teenagers, he
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in our existing Imci*, in truth,
an- in \hf m.'iin ow<'d. .1!-
Ix>it indm-ctly, to the draft and
the draft alone.
Since the Gates Commission's
report, moreover, th.' evidence
has bvn steadily piling up,
month by month, ttint the re-
port's conclusion was grossly er-
roneous. Seen tary of Defence
1 aird has already admitted that
the hill for all-volunteer armed
forces will be at least So billion
per annum or over twice what
the commission predicted.
That Is not the half or even
the quarter of it. either. Rather
recently, the assistant secretary
of defense for manpower, Roger
Kelley, was sent to England to
find out wh it British experience,
post-Conscription, indicated for
this country. He had to report
thai British experience indicated
that the m iximum force we
could raise on the all-volunteer
basis was only 1.3 million men
or about hall what we really
need in the fac ol the Soviets'
increasing militar) effort
THE RKITIsii recruiting cli-
mate is. of course, fur more
favorable than ours, But again
that is no* the end of it. The
sh ire of our defense bu Iget
Mn'iit upon manpower i> offici-
ally admitted to have risen al-
Ij from 42' I 52.5T. Th.'
nits the huge cosl -
of the Defense Department's
school an.! medic'1 systems
Thus our real manpower cost
i-. above 60' of the deft 1 -
h idget and going higher. The
S .viet manpower cost, mean-
wluie.is 25**. Our budget buys
very little real fighting strength,
in short, whereas the Soviet hud-
get buys enormous amounts of
fighting strength.
Having said all tliis about
the Administration's shifty and
discreditable record, however,
it is also necessary to appor-
tion the other half of the blame
for the danger that hangs ov-r
US. And this other half of the
blame lies squarely at the doors
of the Democratic senators who
call themselves "peace candi-
dates." nliis their supporter* In
th" media and the intellectual
world.
TAKK that amiable and
virtuous shallow pate, Sen.
1 ; irge Met iovem of South Da-
kota. He wants i" cul the de-
b idget by one-hall or
in ire.
He ha! als 1 '>>! Ily deel ired
thai in case <>; need the United
States Should go to War to de-
fend Israel,
"But senator one Is Inclli 1
to ask. "111-t what are we going
to defend Israel w ith' Fire ton-
gues, for instance?"
TIOE ct.imxtk. is so meph-
itic ttiat even the more far-
sighted Democratic liberals have
succumbed.
Senator Edward Kennedy, for
instance baa had the guts and
pood sen-e to oppose the con-
eept of all-volunteer armed
forces. But it 1- reported thai
he is getting ready to vote no
for more than one year's exten-
sion ot the draft expiring just
before the next election That
1* like voting against the draft
itself
In such 1 climate, in sum. the
whole rutttre, fhe very freedom
of the United States are being
risked like marbles In a chil-
dren's street game. Over the
Senate's dOOTS, "lie is DOW in-
clined to write, in letters of
blood. '"Those who dismantle
their country's defenses are al-
ways th.,. country's grave-
diggers."
Registrations for all depart-
ments of Temple Kmanu-Kl's Re-
ligious School are now being ae-
cpt.il at the school's 727 77th
St. office. Judge Frederick N*. Ba-
red, chairman oi the Board of Ed-
ucation, has announced.
Registrations are also being ac-
cepted for The lehrman Day
School, which will include eighth
grade this year. Classes win begin
in all departments en Monday,
Aug. .,0.
The entiie educational program
of Temple Emanu-El, Including
the Nursery-Kindergarten Depart-
ment, Afternoon Religious School,
Sunday School and Confirmation
Departments, is under the |x-r
sonal supervision ol Dr. Irving
la hrman.
New programs being instituted
in the religious school this year
include a method of teaching Ju-
daic subjects by departmentalizing
the classes, with each class taught
by an expect In the field. Judge
Barad said. A new visual aid pro-
gram with film strips provided by
the Parent Teachers Association,
has also been added.
A full-day Kindergarten will be
conducted in both th. 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. and 727 77th St. lo-
cations from- 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Pre-sehooiers may be registered in
eitrter location. Mrs. Naomi B.
Brandeis. supervisor of the pre-
-1 hool departim nt. announced.
Buffet Supper Installation
Rabbi Simon April, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Tov. will
install newly elected officers of
'he congregition and Sisterhood
at a buffet supper on Sunday at
8 p 'ii in the temple.
From a people who
can make oranges grow
in the deserl.
Sabra liqueur is as unique as 'he ancient
land from which it comes. Jaffa oranges g.ve Sabra a
flovor which is subtly set off by a hint of chocolate.
Even the decanter in which Sabra comes to
you is an exact replica of an ancient work of art
from the Land of the Bible.
You can enjoy Sabra so many ways. Sip it
by itself. Or use it in recipes in place ot other
liquors. Here are a few receipe suggestions
SABRA TEA SABRA SOUR
Make a cup of steaming 2 oz. Sabra
hot tea and add Sabra. 1 oz. lemon juice
Iced tea may be Shake with cracked fee
substituted for hot tea and strain into whiskey
SABRA ON-THE-ROCKS sour glass.
Pour 2 oz of Sabra SABRA AND ICE CREAM
over ice cubes in an Pour an ounce 0* Sabra
Old Fashioned glass. over vanilla ice cream.
A joyous blend of Jaffa orange
with a shade of ch-ocolate.
Imported by and bottled in the United States tor P irk Avenue
Import*. 37S Park Avenue, New York. N.Y. 60 Proof.


Pcco 8-A
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25*5 'Wj
Bureau Elects Popick Attorney Raps Newspaper
President For 71-72 Accounts Of Soviet Triah
S Popick, Miami Be ion n> Board of Review; A1-,
- and community u-.
h been eh Ident 01' the
JACK J. IWKK
I
Bureau <>f Jewish Education of
< iter Miami for the year 1971-.
7- Leonard Zilbert. who served as
pi\-:dent of the organization for
tlM >at two years, has been elect -
inorary president
iu officer] also include I-eon
J .- 11, Harold Thurm.-in. Melvyn
B Frumkes, .lick Katxrnan and
j. Susaman, vice presidents:
lin Henrj B. Wernick, secretary;
Si A tham A. Gninhiit. treos-

!'. treeu of Jewish Educa-
I Km e I '> itional arm of th
( Miami Jewish Federation
cr linatea the programs ol
j- .-h schools .n Dade and Brow-
oui ties it pei iti i '.
H<' a h '
T- :-.: Tr ill '
H Z Ber
ir, and Dr.
.. g ....
of S1
i Leon I
'. lull
R
\. Mi V ii
bert F. Ussip. Budget and nuance;
Jerome Bienenfeld, Teacher Pla
Wi tfare Oommitl
Mrs. Joseph Durrtov, Lfbary C
M. A Baskin, Nomii
lions; Jerry Suaaman, Public Re-
Irut,
I N
..
ill mi A Grunhut, M m
d Mr- }! nry B W
[nl School A
Mr. r ; k has h I nun
posit! ru of : lei ship In the I
of Jewish ; U nation lent
of the American Friends of the
Hebrew Univi '. as a mem-
N r >f the International board '
governors of the Hebrew Univer-
ol Jerusalem. He is n foun
of the Graduate School of Educa-
tion "f Yeshi\a University and of'
the New Campus of the Hebrew
University, where the Popick Hu-
:n unties Building is named in his i
honor and that of his wife. Ruth
Mr Popick is an active leader
of the Israel Bonds organization,
which he served as chairman of
the executive committee, and of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion. He was xssix-i.ite chairman,
of the 1967 Israel Emergency Fund!
for Florida, and has heen active in
such organizations as B'nai B'nth
the Jewish War Veterans. Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy, and Tem-,
pie Fmanu-Fl.
A meober of the board of di- ;
rectors of Israel Investors Corpor-I
Mr Popick has flatted 1-
more than 90 times He U
live in the /.i-inist Omani/it
lea, Amer c in Isr tel Pu
nittee, Hsrtadrut
many other organizations
tbich sid the Jewish state Much
f his activity m tbese groups has
ntered upon the \, ..
inert ,.' educatil Utll1
.:i 1st iel on all levels.
s\N FRANCISCO (JTA A
. attorney who m is
in R Iriali
.: Jews In Leningrad u
I
i i i
eports by Tan lin S >
\ .et rx WS Igl nry.
i Mai
: I found th lure I
>v on the
- ol
l
who are being tried.
pita, nation
the \n kc in Jewish C m greas
. ported his expei in two
week visit t.> the Soviet Union
dunng which he was questioned,
by the secret police in Riga and
threatened with deportation He
claimed that in both the Lenin-
grad and Riga trials, the Soviet!
used their legal code, which state-;
that the names of defense wit-
nesses must be provided to the
prosecution, to make sure that the
witnesses would not appear.
"In the Leningrad trial." he
said, "several defense wiumses
were arrested eight days before
'.he trial started, while other-, were
sent out of town by tru-ir employ-
er. which is of course, the State "
When the witneases returned and
offered to testify if j new trial
was held they were told not to
speak of what h.ipjiened under
threat of being fired from their
kBOU but th-- pr>s.-cut..in providiM
secret police witnesses who ti-sti-
:. technical matters, he said
In Riga, where the I
Ji wi took place k -
i ich the f if
Ruth AletoHadrovich, one I I
rrested flv lays
tlM tual
"Hi
the nexl morning under an
itive tail procedure '
n reported t al-
nder
m no app al Is posi
l

inci t'
Margolii
L'S-S.R the lu-
ll i
niricant i imber of
Rep. Richard Renick To Be
Young Republican's Guest
The i>,.'.. Counts Y.-Hing Re-
publican Club will hold its monthly ;
nis.n. vs meeting ..t S pm Mon-
1 iy In the MontuOatta Restaurant.
Gusal speaker will he Rep. Rich- j
ard Rer.ick. who will speak on I
"Major Accomplishments of the ,
1971 Florida legislature"
"en J
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Jew!sit ntrk/ian
Vage 9-A
Lodge To Hold Annual
Patriotic Rally July 1
liami Bench B'nai B'rith Lodge.
;\ dold its -3rd annual
>ce Dy Rally in tho 111-
i Auditorium, at 7:30
i) July 1.
, trlotk: Rally, otNerving
,i. ,>f our country ia
,. by Chaae Ft del tl -
,v ;. -i Ass i tlon, u
, i W V.il-
.> president of Chase
; iminent in cul-
rivic i "'"; In Southern
.. i exten i greetings to
atten lance at the rally.
I
t lodge m the Beach
i i.. now in its
[i .,, announces that the main
, ih' evening will )*' the
[wards Given To 2
Olom Students
Temple Or Olom's 11
..vts Bryan, the son of
; Mrs. Bert Kleiman. and
.laughter of Mr. and Mrs
- Mmidmayrr were the
ti of the coveted Anthone
Awards, presented during
conducted by Dr. Myron
. education chairman, and
iaiph Glixman.
.mis honored on this oc-
I also included Barbara, the
ol Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Iien\ daughter of Mr.
Mrs Jack MednJck; Harriet.
|i ol Mr. ami Mrs. Stanley
rt, son of Mr. and Mrs.
i.l; Howard, son of Mr.
i ("unjr Preedman; Alan.
lr. and Mrs Ix'onani
Susan, daughter of Mr.
Alvin Horowitz; Ronnie.
I Mr and Mrs Morns
I'r h. and Becky, daugli-
kr and Mrs Alex Km t.'
ru o
Ifirm
|. a-"'
Hpiel
lay
iulti
I
31st Attorney General for Florida.!
Robert L. Shevin.
Mr. Shevin is a perfect example
of a local boy making good af-
ter graduating fr >m Mi im Senior
High Sch k>1, he earned I
the University ol i l th
University >l Mi imi I. .< -
where he im luated with highesl
honoi.
Other personalit
In the rally ire Rabbi living Lehr-
Emanu-El, Circuit Court Judge
Milton A. Friedman, Miami Beach
Mayor Jay Dermer, Malcolm
Fromberg, president ot the B*nai
B'rith Council of South Honda
Lodges, Samuel Paacoe, president
^f thr Florida State Association of
B'nai B'rith I-"dges. the presidenti
of the B'nai B'rith Women's Coun-
cils c.i Miami. North Dade-Brou-
ard and Miami Beach. Barry Rich-
ard of the State Attorney's office
in Miami, Rabbi David Raab of
TV-triple Beth Raphael. Morris Reif-
fen, president Miami Beach I and Metro Mavor Stephen Clark.
A thrilling part of the program
will !> the rivsenttttion oi >,....,,
ceremony by the Jewish War Vet-
irtment of Florida 11 n-
or Guard, directed by Maurice
Weinmann, state < immander. Join-
ing in the l olora Present itlon will
be the Coloi '; -. Is ol i1
ti d Air Force Bai ind the
Catholic War Veterans H
1;: ird.
An outst pro-
gram has been pi tnned for the
rally, featuring a popular concert
-i-a and established
ists of recognized merit. There
will be no admission charge. Mrs.
Gerahon Miller, whose readings
lrom prior Independence Day pro-
grams have ii>i"' ired in the Con-
gressional Record, will again give
a dramatic presentation on "What
It Means To Bo An American."
The girls from Chai Chapter,
B'nai B'rith Women, under the
! direction of Flora Sinick. will act
as ushers. Members of the Miami
' Beach Lodge will assist the girls.
Making plans for the July 1st Independence Day Rally, pre-
sented annually by Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge ff 1591,
and sponsored by Chase Federal Savings & Loan Assn.
are Samuel Pascoe, (seated at left! rally chairman, and
Chase Federal's vice president George W. Valentine, and
(standing) Morris Reiffen, president, and Sidney Rockwell,
president-elect of Miami Beach Lodge.
r
: la held its graduation
exi ir the He-
: Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
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' That's wme Ark," he would have said.
And he would have been right (prophets usually are),
because a lot of things have changed since the old days.
I ake interior decoration, tor example.
The liisi thing Noah would notice is that, instead of
bare wood walls, everything is colorful and cheerful.
He'd enjoj the beautiful mural of Jerusalem (even though
tho cit) wai built after his time).
And he'd certainly be impressed by the comfortable
Mats mobody ever told him about seats) and the two
(tide aisles. Then he'd discover our 14 strategically lo-
cated powder rooms, an idea nobody could appreciate
more.
Another idea he'd appreciate are our separate galleys
for dairy and meat dishes. They guarantee that our food
is not only delicious, but kosher as well.
Noah ate only Kosher food, because that s the only
kind there was. But in all his 950 years, he never dreamed
of gerilie fish, or bagels and lox. just to mention the
appetizers. ...,,
He probably did dream of beautiful girls to serve all
that beautiful food If so. we've made his dream come true.
Dreams may have been Noah's only form of enter-
tainment, but we've come a long way since then. Listening
to our 8-channel recorded program of comedy, music,
Bible readings and folk songs, the old man wouldn't
believe his cars.
Then he'd watch a first-run movie and wouldn't believe
his eyes, either.
But we'd really gel to Noah by describing how com-
plicated running an Ark has become.
He'd find it hard to imagine, for example, that we need
a two-acre hangar to park our Ark in. a $100,000 tractor
to tow it around, and a $35,000 air-conditioner to keep
the inside cool while it's silting on the ground.
These and other such intricacies didn't surprise us
that much.
Mostly because there's a very good Book describing
Noah's circumstances which we've been privileged to
read (and learn from) for the past few thousand year',.
So while it's true that our 747 service has just begun,
it's also true that we're the oldest arkline in the world.
The Ark/The Airi ine of Israel 13
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~age 10-A
*ten 1st tkrkM&n
OL KM. Sr-L The Light Of The Menorah
Ones (ion
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH P(*T)ON
Be-Ha-A-Lot-Eiha
' And the I onl ipoltf unto Ifoai
i\ unto him wtsrfl thou liytit.-st th.- ]
big Speak
RABBI IIXRKY SCHWARTZ To the llll llllllllgggei Jpn then.
sctenjot) tint religion are not matu-
IK RABBI SAWTI. I. FOX
irrmr Rabbi ot Congregation
Bth Israel. New York*
What is thr ti<-ri\itUon of thr
muni- "!-l A* l gitrn to !-
vnixm
DGDiCATION OK THE LatVJTES:
illy eJCCtusive. His poition is: G-d ;
The one nip-; ;>ition of tfctl man "*"' reeasatl and faith.
h .h or scriptural team of this K"ch n"s i,x *** "> "''<'<* lu>l '*" laigau*: set) '
t 'ck discusses the manner of '*' eontradlctory If icteficc Is the
- ____________ lichtin-' th.- Ma-1 map of ,h, wo*W ,h,'n r*M*kn is
___. ,'. Its oompMi
norali or ( an*
' w*
unto A*,

Tin- Hebrew name of Th,v-t u
If science tells us
with the duty a) irtrndm the sev.n lamp, ,,; tlv JJ"*1^
that th.' Kghl prVJktN fop\\-.ris. B nally.. ''" "^'
th-ir Arties th,- Laattn ufaf*! wetil .1 q ,-...,.,. '.'.'':
cteartstag Hmaerna tnd their garmenu "',u*b
drlshrum, In tin"
Tabernacle enn-
whera we .ire tnd (tow w got Net
religion telta us why, and which
,,..'..'." N. ,. _.. h> M...... t,, tli.. h.%. ...rrrnunHj Within th,
land was this harm In Germai u ** oarria* out wtucl
r.iel in their
'i to the
Promix-d I .and
"B<-h .i-a-1 0 t-c-
dn et h.i-ne-
rnt 'Wh-'t
you kindle th*
he word means "Th,- New 0
I ..in.t | \ | mgvi
wor i mean "The Uni .,:
Ruin Such at Its me ining in tl
rMi ScHwarti
structad hy thr "' to "
'liildreti of Is- c .
Jvieitc*1 ti'iicfvs us nou to har-
Baas th,- foreaa of nature, religion Biblical book i LSI.
teaches how to Karnaai th-
withm us s. i.tic- | v, power i Tm> b-,, "'' ,r ,h'- w"
liKion gives purpeae Scienci ins ""''''''' '"'' a ",,w rivillaation
wen the question "how R *"* '" '"' lH"" ol" "f th'" ''-" I
anawers "why." "! 1U" ',;i ''> ""' 'lJ chlhiation
Such, indeed, was the Lndicul
nps the scn.ti Throughout Jewish hial yt f Israel's bustling cJtj Nfiich pa>
btmneteea ^h..ii)of lho j,,.,.,,,,^ jowi^ teachers rteew of old and Irnrrrfgrants of to-
ware men not onl) o( the spiril <*'> evar building up as if a
but also of general knowledge and '"" '"'' '" sted out
of ihi Cinxiclahnim."
Th.- li.-nt of the Menarah h.is ; u,- (iv to be tyrnboUc ol th,- Mght I*wi*h ^'-' Yo-ch-r..,,, ben Zak- Wh>' ^ ihesaomeon of
o- reVgton. of sprrituallty, of lotowl-1iM' ol Tavnieh. was i naturaltst draia wniniiw. n-frrmi t.. sa
e ..rnl ot teaming. Th* Jaw ha s""'' ">f V-hir-d.-i u s <>, as "IVMnUi" Ui IL-t^rw
r>i-n th.- "Am ha-se-fer." "the, '"'"">n>-r. Moses Maimonides, a
. people" the lamp Hghter. "* philosopher and phyal "f" o sap
jg, emi,**, of the ^rr. H.-. ^ "v"^ ,r ^w<*?-" n- ":>"
. Iden to -t id} ind pursue 1 '"' n" connlc, "v
j, lPn...... (, ,.,.h' ,. poo,. N,, between religini i- I I njill indoon-
I i was more precious to him "" Thej Mered I sMfcgatiao and con-
I n of the Torah: no ''"m:'"'^'">
no t Itle m h
teemed tl an i n-Torah.
I t ti a oftsn (S^ixidered a
Tin, Jewish attitudi tost \
pressed in th< Bool Ecctesiast ,n> "' freell ndlvidual
rhe Jew S iT :" te^-choa ba-xeh rom th< rarthl] of this
hori -; \ -I ta-nach ^ rorld It hi steo \
eh esh-neh. sh ti-p h l "It Is < > -i to hold on to arlt*
Don'l > "When I shall have '" etgooftheoth i twious guill nd abi
-.ir. I shall study i ma) '' '-! i ;- fullt ,- tolu-
i>"tii 'i tion from culpabilit)
.......... '................" ow wuseti ui^jifi,^ .h.'U* I
the Levites t- theii sacred service i^
IKPA!!TTKI-KH..MSINM Wheawvar th. I j
th, Uberaacle, it was th- signal for Ike p to eZ
Journe) Moaas m cusornauKted t<> karre t% ,vr ,"**
made, the wungsss] 1 -. gajva the
wen used, la addition, to ngamon the wti
tt.- sanctuary, ko kxsaad the aam before b -; -.iart,
Joyoui leeaatosai surffi as festival* and th,
.Inv.st i y.'..r th. lifting of ttu- clou.! ,
the Israelites' ('.fmrture. '
JBALOUaTt OT AARON AM" MIRIAM \- Ha/Fw*-.j
IMBSj battbaj BtaCO Ktrun and Aawn .;- BB*#|
M.-s hsrausa h- had aaantsd COsbits -. man, udekasaJ
ojual au'hoiitv scare they, t -> hd raastwwl dmk i-urw
Mosea, ., man of greal hnmllrty, remained tueni but Gaifcl
scend.M In .. ptltarol cloud :d .-.iii.d Aarai imufci
labrrnaels, \0>.-. h. r.-buk.-d them fr their pm
Thaugb Dtvsna revelatlocai wan laaBatteasa atadr toothrrpw!
|*n*t^ trsri^iifn vie"nfti ot rlreani', *t-H#'^ [> ^ lv ,^- i
he a ln tt>, onb i- rson to lwm G<>,t d lraHii
will Wh.n th,- doud departed MMarn
r-.-> .,:.i \i-.r -. mfessing hbi en
Miriam heated ifi -r^vaia
.t Mass s, wrsu
minimum i i kod tor tl -
i ......
I I to th ''
I
Russian Merchant Vessels, Subs, Worships In KorW
the .i.-\ >i Armed t'i-n with both Bh sci- Basically, th" u <> r
h and tl '' t..k-- leave It ls often utl in HAIFA iJTAi K rettei attoed i
iw-tearning." C-d wt are th. better equipped "l!- in TahnadJc Hteratitra rrattch sdmlral who
face life's challenge, to probe A.vonlmt t thLs andtrstandlng. sbeamrd ., crntae ahlp thai d I u M
: wisdom vh.t- its mysteries, and make life's ad- ,'"''" "wM i means of taking I ciu-i ,t Atexandi : it j of 400 i
I Into lite venture in enriching experience "* *sl world. Egyptian authorltl n ol Hot nben sn>
-n.r app.ecu-............ out over |aasble attacks b) l -n
h .:" '" J?"* :< ,ho f,rI ra.-li froym.-,, that th.-v
that mthtag ta thte word nwpiusais stepth ehai gas u, the hart, .
.-.triicti.w Th.- emirfia- 10 minutes Admir..' \. thr}-sat a
>f nship t-i CM, Ma
a v* .iimI fellowman.
Summer Philharmonic Pops
rhe PhHharmonic Pops u-iii pre-l
ii s musical programs *i irting
s from June 26 through
tl ia the Ma
*A**Ar>AA**%rVWWWWW
9
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
18 SEVAN 7:53
f
a>ssis>sssaasasaMaaasu>s^asj
etmirather to tea on the bane- kr, h.. served ns C*
its wtijch death brings to th-- in- 0f tn. Frenti NgV) Until lu-
zsiz: teauTji: rrm
ten, jhray, tried to of Russ.an .
^nessndmerehsmi ete." ....
',"",LT' Tu., ratii d ad
KJi
gfioHs
Oer vices
M"."oMH.^:D5r.a. SaaiaTS Gro,. ie.naer a mn Ortheoo. Rabbi Jonah F
Caplan
(Rranrb nf He- Bi
MIAMI la] IIS |, m gi m
MAVAT SHALOM CONiiREGA lu^.-i- Satyr-
TION SS SW S7th Ave. Orthodoo '" '-"" MltSTah I
Cantor Aren Ben Aron.
1
r. i .
ANSHE EMES ?533 SW ISth Ave Z'ON 'TEMPLO. W)00 Miller Rd
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowita 2 Conaervat.ve, Rabbi Norman '. Sha-
CONO ANNELL
brew Academy! 7th St and" Men'.
i.T ** OMhodaa. R.bb, Atr.h.m
oen m.i -l -^ .
JJB.-5- WMIN COMMUNITY
SVNA0OCUE t4MW.sh,ng Av.
?:L.ttf0*u "*"-' T,bo' M sfiea
Cantor Meyer Engel N
Knf.lETM 'T*C*~ MW BUSM Av.
Cantor Abraham s.f 7
Mill, .1
Ikavid

S*
Vm^. ^"Aei- r GREATER
M,*M' > Nl 171at St Orthodo.
Rabbi Nafiaii Roevah. Sf
" p R .-ur-l., .
v I
Cinl.r fcri eat
SURFSIOl
DAVIO C0NC"f5**'*
-1 j J Sertudi '!
hi O'f "i. 5 *s
HAUANDAU

' i Ki n
' Itam Kramer s.
frnae la thr BeM I>^:
COtAl CABIIS
JUI* (TEMPLE. MOO Or.n.o-.
SHVC Reform Rabb, Merr.a K.pper C
' I P m Salur.l ,,
W v..t, |V,..
"' "'' Mrs tiMaM Ms
'c^etaaT"^?"""44 Z,0, A
Conaervatlve. Rabb, Ma.well Berber
* P m KatanlA) 14" a,aa *'
MALL*NO*l t -E.S S- CE>^
tiS ', t lai *-
HOUTW000
fcETM EL (TEVPlE '' l_*".
Reform aa^^ Si- eel
m ,;
atl
BETH SHALOM* t-'MV*
Monrae tl Ce.erl -J
Morten Wat...-. Ci-ik *J
Oata,
SINAI (TEMPLE iW ""'/TL,
Conaarvat.v* Rare 0.v SBf-
? ur.l; i .i n. I :
. i Ot Ml and Ml W I'l i": '
. Il
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE)
Jefrereon Av*. Coneervati*.
David Raab. Cantor Saul
ISRAEL (Tampa*) of GREATER ___.. -
Miami. tr7 NE 'tn Street Reform %,T.r SHOLOM
Rabbi Joeeph R Narot. 10 SM" Lira. Rabbi Lean
-------a------- Kron.ah Cantor David Camaiaar fl
ISRAELITE CENTE. jl'5 SW 25th I'm Topi. "Kl*hlne%
t. Conaervative Rat -. L mMaj l*-48 a en liar Mil*.
Orai.n Cantor Nat',an Parnaas. 11 mafw, ant Mr,
.M.r.-o Murjain. wn
OR OLOM (Temp.- w IStH '' Mr Jaao Mrrjalfl
St. Conaarvat v*. Ratm Cai^h Glix- ___.. __,, .-------
man. 1S BfJH, TFILAH M Euclid Ava. Or
-tw..*sv5ttiK ^i^^~2j?~......"-- 'W,,H'
Breeh M C'NTt*' ^? 7*'n "^ Cava*. ~
PLE). 4144 *' *l0Hh V.Haaa Cenarrva
Ura Canter Carl B.nder. X.A
S.OATM YISi
ItfACh
(TEMPLE) tats
Or.ve Co*.
Oarrwr NatKa^.M *"* ch""Jg
KallinicJ ^JelevUion 'Program'
urn VJSf^*fiV N. a. MiamSjSQardent
ae-vatlv* Rjrhb, M.llt
V. i
' >U,
tnodoa. Rabbi *ueepn E.
Raekar*
BETH
BETH VOSEPH CHAIM CONGREOA
TION. 143 Meridian Avenw* tt-A
eh.ti. Cantor Jacat) Renter
tune rs
Jium- |j.
Ii
T TERETH ISHati CUBAN HEBH6W CONGREGAtIon CJt ?. ~ "?1 NW 1"r< *
Ava. Conwrvalva Rabti M.ur 1?, Wa.hmoton Av. OrThodVi Can^r il"'.. "tZZl Ch.rl., a,^,,
H -" ..< "sbfci Dow Razancwala aa ssi*." .../ff?. 2CiL
?"^"*ay m liar
FTt-la* II ,., sj^-1
- M (T4aa-
ni -I Mi- J. .. ,,|
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE) 1701 Waah.
I ington Ava. Conaervative Rabbi Irv.
1 mo Lehrman. Cantor Zvi A**r M
? 'u"1 ,n t..|.i. -n,. Bra i
-.ii of R
Hi> -
_ Mr ..ml \|r*
TIFERETH JACOB it-- ;,',
*th Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi N.-t- Hulton and tfjsi
15 I
.1 Mr
man Zolondei,
,^^iaa.
^aSo'l W*^Haa!2,'TM DAD
Rahhl r?i k 2* *R'n- Reform
r4?nb: s^r:.." K,7-* c.....
; :r?-s;j
Jum- is
Ch. 10. 9:.T0 a.m. The JaWtsh Wot
Host: Rabbi Sol Ijlrxla,, Beth l>
CaaSBSBSSBsajBg
- Ch. 7. 10 a.m The Sill! Sm .
Topic Tan HaMoreh
Hoit RaWii Solomon .Sehiff d
Miami Je\L-h K.-d,-mtK>n Oaflaffl
Panel: Rabin Avrum Dra7in. Israelite ft"
Horria Tu i sat, n.-th Dan -**m
'Hi flssstyi Ua.nond Tan ;
Rotrjna >-k1
Host k-\ Luther C Pierce


June 11. 1971
UIA Nominates
Robert Russell
Tampa U. Degrees
For Local Students
\n >ng students from Florida
conimunitici who received degrees
this spring from the University ol
Paoe 11-*
fcontinuad '. om Pao, 3-A
respahsAiYitica feneralty,
i ol the board la ex-
i i take one an > if re-!
lib for s pedal, In depth,
I on
board ;ll eleel an ll-menv
L. to > respansible foi
j.n.!,>-ii A- n|i "atIons >>i the
cv. it ill conaJst of the chatr-
,i the assembly, iwho will
,-h.i.i man of the executivi i
, i r. the department
il immigration and Al
Agricultural Settlement
p Cm and Training, the on-
I man rf the United Jcw-
\ p .. .ii the United Si iti s,
hi ctiuirman of Keren Hayc-
;. Israel campaign for th
; mder vaj th .
airangemeao The interim P
ning O mmittee ol the agi ncj
acted as the board ol governors
and has undertake n to deal wi
numb* irrent cono ns, in-
cluding the needs, programs, bud-|
' i i of the a
analysis ol the assets and lia
ti< s and has i I p cial com-
lat -
! with (hi :-.. nd for ii
oontii i control and liq-
' 5 I
! absorption; -
cial Itenl i to dc\
tow ns which h ivi th( I -: c >n-
- nrleni immi-1
Brants; plai foi upjrra ling ,;
co n< ol the agency I i
itn ind >und
Agency outside the UnitedI thc v,">'-l. use of both lay and
i, .md three others Tli.
Inltiall) are Max M
|r Mefvin Dubinaky and Mi-
er ol England; Edw u I
I m v. > In hia capacity aa
| ;ian.
instruction pro*. Met th it
also be three profes-
iciate ncswottng mem-
executive, to elected
I, and to serve on spe-
nenti foi then- part leu-
i
ted Israel Appeal of Uu
: States will continue t>
I fully Independent
inlzat Ion contrai I
lewish \ s or the
n ts behalf In Ii
|: :i ng control >>f !!* funds
: for these specific
i -ii Agency will be re-
thi following func-
i ie i< 1 .il- > with the
pnta for phllan
h I om the I 'nited
:. la and other coun*
h it m and ihsorp'
nts to Is
'. I
it m irul nbnorpl
sen lated to
r n and tbsoi ption.
I
: h her learning
ch,
, I train
i iltural set-
t t-.
Ing.
ii a \v. .; ire Fund
ii the Ui lt< d States
UJAI and Can i kt for
will Ik- ohssnnaled
. raeJ Anpeal, which
in will utilize the funds foi
operatione by the Jewish
subji ct tii UIA aupen kv
i ml for the ipeciJ
: -. The opt rations of the
'! Agency In fiscal 1070-71
5285 million, utilizing In-
. the UA, C ui.ni; and
onsibUitios ol the Jew-
|n.ency and the World Zionist
:< zatlon win converge '" '"''"
ni -i t km: the Jew Ish
ft will be responsible fat
nit- from KM "'
mainly North Africa
K tstern EOwspe-, the World
1 -t Organisation will Ix re-
s.tdr ln- immigration lAJiyah'
ther countries such as the
-1 States, Knuland and South
Jca. The World Zionist Orjjani-
" will rasssva its financins
>' II) from various countries.
I AugUM of last year, the
institution, of the airenev MS
profi >- onal expert fr im other
countrii ii insisting the agenej
to ovi the problems of hu-
ts
Max Fisher h red the Plan
n .it. Mi Ivin Dubinskj
I has been n .nc chairman ol
| th. Intet ct and Fii
ttec.
F '' a mui h :, it
ihw nent of communitii and
then.......ound fie world ;-.
leti > policies, pro-
'isions ol
>. continuing i* >-\v r
flow commui cat on, under-
nd acth ity ill I
lent The reconstitution i
ag< thai throuph this participa-
tion the communities will he kept i
more informed of the issues -'ti i
tits, and will now have
better channels for providing the
With the renefit of their
tudgnv ta
: econstitutioi
; ipportunit.v
. : Ie p.1.1 :i i,' ition and
in in thes ma or
dent.
i*i re I' -in- la Lee Cornwel
daughter of Mr, and Mrs Arthur
lOdward Zuch r, Miami Beach, who
I .i B ichelor ol Science de- ,
Pjree with d major in Elementary
Ed tc iti in i' imela is a gradu il
ol Miami Beach High School.
R n ild St'.ias in, son of Mi
and Mis J. .1 Schagrin, Ft. Lau-
denlule, ii ie \ 1 i Bachelor ol
ie d -ii e ^\ .th major in
Accounting.
r. tiring president David M.
I'el.i chose A Sense ui' Purpos
the titli >f his "i nmencement
address
Colder Carry Back Stakes
The Carrj Back Stakes, for Ju-
5 fm longs, is the week-
i nd feature it <' i der R ice Cours .
?Sn i id Ii t fixture is open to
two-year-olds of both genders and
- expected to field a dozen or
more freshmen runners, Among'
c ui'! date Starr Horton's Po\ -
:t\ 11:11. il Florida bred colt.
Strictly Koshar Howl GUtt
Children'! Playground on
private sandy baach. Kiddie
pool and day camp.
daily par person
double occupancy
June 22 to Sept. 6
55 of 157 rooma
INCLUDIf4G MEALS
Othar rooms available to $14
$12
a Swimming pool & patio,
a Strictly Koshar Gourmet Meals,
a Sugar & Salt free diets,
a Completely air conditioned.
a FREE parking on premise*.
Dining Reom Opon
To Th* Public. For
Reservation* or Information
Phone 537-006J
Entire oceanfront block
37th to 38th Si MIAMI HF ACH
BRING THE FAMILY!
Rates ore reasonob'e.1
AILY WEEKLY MONTHLY
Includes Daily Maid Service
We h*r* Ih* perfect family vCartlon apartment Bramf new
nd beau'ilullv f'irr\ihd. Sturltu*. 1 and 2 badroom apart-
ment*. Alt arlth completely equipped kitchent. Great for 1 to
6 people. Wr *rr alto a resort community with 2 swimming
poolt, kiddie pool, and free chaise lounc**e Coffee shop,
restaurant an.l free parkinc. From the private terracea to th
color TV it's everything a great hotel thould be'
Talephona. or wit CHARLES J. O'BRIEN, Mona9ar
305-927-1626
The Hemispheres
Apartment Hotel
1965 South Ocean Drive, Hallandal*. Florid* 33009
X. Jusl a step above Miami Beach /
loaso
^^ with
poaee
of mind.
SOUTH BROWARD'S NEWEST, MOST LUXURIOUS. MOST
PRESTIGIOUS OFFICE BUILDING
The New 10 Story
GOLDEN ISLES PROFESSIONAL
BUILDING
1920 E.Hallandale Beach Blvd.
(Between Home Fedool & 1st Noll. Bonn)
M.M> il.ll riotfii'OHH
- .7!7Tia,.-nn-.rr --------
rn *mr
NOW
LEASING
Construction to Stort July
I, 1971 Financing by
Chase Federal
PHONE:
920-3870
SHORT
DRIVE TO
FREE
GOLF
We can't lower yogr loora
*>e really lowered the'cost '
the aamt! Our weeVerid
vacation packiot inclue F
Golf on one of tna natio ,.
finett 18-hole ainior O cham-
pionship courtes. Vou cm also
anjoy fishing or bott
wimming in ii-
Lunury accommod
boatiQn-entf*** .
a or^oi. /\l,
detiom ano)/1/\
mat I a. Enttrtt.nmmt rn^W L \ it
In the Camtlot Uoj iot. Male { \ **^
your rettrvtt'Oif nowl' It'i
Florida'! bioaait vicition
yiiutl
a
MMiir Charaa and Bank
Amtnctrd Kcipttd.
a
Far reeervitinni ca'l Miami
111 360* er 18131 48S4401
Lak. Plat d. Florida.
LAKE PLACID
2 NIGHTS 3 DAYS
MEALS ROOM AND
FREE GOLF
sonoo
30'
DOUitl OCCUaANCY
\(ofcucflflu Svurv.
l\ AT SUN 'N LAKE ESTATES
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Other Fine Cars
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Week m MaHeh
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'
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Or Phone 813-992-5411
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Foge 12-A
*Jmisii nwMbfi
:Y. Jw*..
A ickness Elected By
Knights Of Pythias
Shavuoth Studied
At Belli Torah
Victor Virkness. a lons-timr
:< nt nt North Miami IVach.
a> acted Grand Ohanc. lior at

VICJO* VKKMtSS
th. BBth annual convention of th.
Grand Lodge of Florida Knights
< I Pytbiaa in < h lai ntly.
I .-'ion for th. highest of-
..... ..;1,. pyl
min ira of sen in
1 I mization In varioui
4 Miami Beach Residents
To Receive B. A. Degrees
s
w

Sten '.' .
sition as well ad a Innr rrrorrl
,>t community activity.
Mr Vkkin as, bo au b
al in tht- formation ot North
r.i Beach Lodge No 186,
Knights of Pythias, has pled
uplift th. Pythian (fcrdi i si I
principlea of Friendship, Chai
an program during hii term ol
Mr V'ickm n
Ni i th '' eh A a
for that city during tin ;haii
crisis which occurred I ring Prei
Ident John P. Kent
i u iti
for th. past ten
A
1 hi< u U
an.!
They malu I
hon NE 160th 1
Underwater Spy Film Opens
' V.'h. n Eisrht Belli To
out in underwati r ipj
Pi iday at W M T>
II ,md Byron Th. atrea a
i n this s How
F gg." a comedy with
it the Surf and "De-
tecthri i R t the Ma>
fail ind N
B th TT.ih Cons "-
nual Tiyhun I .*> I Shavuoth. lal
M Study ITOUP m h >r o!
. u..th' w I by th.
i inagpl of youth activities^ "B>
LestJ
..rtmem oi yoiHn kwi "
tli^tl.r. .:. jn v:\jjjj^Jf
TIic nan Ion included stud}
- on Pirki A' ol i Ethics of
' F ith rsi led by Rabbi Mai A
lr .'f th> |
on thr
Jew isti \"It : '.. r m irda C vil
Disobedienc bj Abraham
lucat tonal director
a -n congre-
_ it nal off u people
>n "Th. it ,. ol !' th T01 lh anl I
. nt "
nd .I mcln | i ti a-
and
a
MAM
FINEST CAMTOMESE FOOD
IN THE iOUTH
Chaaj' D*aMo n ALi Carta
PHONE: UN 6-4303
sat Tin stmct mam macm
Taa 0- 4 OMfcaam OaBaj
fcaCBBB ** w
An Intimate
Reades-vous for
Gourmets k Bon-vivantt
"PICCADILLY
r
CLUB PARTY TIME
is SOW at the
Wonderful World ol
BANQUETS PARTIES
LUNCHEONS
MEETINGS
Fabulous Dining Facilities
Private Areas St Gardens
American it Cantoncso
Menu at All Times
Authentic Nat'ne Show
RESTIURANT MS 6IR0ENS
U i I JUJI NOf'M Of GUl'l'Blaaa *
>.*, t-*W fch.tAH^ SAi-,
aaanaasss 4 tanxmot
S5 N E 40th Street. Mitmi
RESERVATIONS: 711-1811
Luncheon 11 I0IM
r.nnr I oic N
Cooed Sundoy
KOSHER CATERERS
Umdtr abaia.col SueerisiM
BAR M T/VAMS
WfOD'NG PAR' F5
snciAuziNG m mome catiking
AND NOffl WORK
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If No An.uor DUI M ?on gWAJLl o\v okivk.
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Continental Hn Kosher Caterers
WIPDIN6I BAR NUTZVArB BANOL-ITS UNLIMJlta
At Taejr Home, Hall or Syaaooa..
COMPUTE TAKE-OUT FOOOS HOME OtllVEIT
Call far !> oe Out Imliari
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OnH HOI)SI rVEODINCS (Al MfU v AHS tECfPTrONt
Unotef rt BMM tvpervoon o iho Un.tod Kaahrui Aikk on of
Gr...r M.om. Suprv..ng R.bo. R?lbb. fb>l.(m J Sfrt.
170 MM. 5*. $IRt. MIAMI pMON| ^^j,
FRANK & DOTTIE'S COFFEE SHOP
mumamLmnu. 4at<:6tt.NSAvf ..,
ni I Will *4J3,
LONDON BROIL ROAST AGED
TOP ROUND Of BEEF $ 1.99
HOME. ftUlU: MH !>* IHtn
sphiuv STEAKS, CHOPS & SEAFOOD
JEWISH-AMERICAN CUISINE
THAT MADE THE f iM()[ s
FAMOUS
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Tor Halts
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PHIVITf
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2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-25]
Coll For Information Before Going 7 --..,..
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"ALL YOU CARE TO
DINNER $2.75
MONDAYS Through SATURDAY 4 30-9 00
SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS 11.30-9.00
MATURING M : '
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Dinners from Sl.SS
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Sunday Thru Thursdays
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,\ S11; .1
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O AIR CONDITIONED DINING ROOM
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The ONLY Glatt Kosher Restaurant In Tow
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- I DEL.CATESSbN BAKE^


June 11. 1971
rjenlst ftcricfiar
Page 13-A
/\s
Max Lerner
Sees It
NKW YORK Anwar Sadat Lsn'J Daniel WchstiT. but
etheleM as in the Stephen Benet and Archibald Mad- -h
I am convinced ho had a confrontation with the Devil,
role was played by Soviet President Podgorny. and the
th. y fought for was Egypt's.
The Israeli leaders, intent on Viewing Sadat ;ls their chief
-i in the Roger* plan to exile them (with love and
. tori back to 196". at tint refused to recognize that Sadat'i
L i i on the Left Hawk conspiracy meant anything. Then
, Meir caught up. and prai it, but a few days later
me sudden descent of Podgorny on Cairo and the rem irk-
ce treaty, and again 'he \< II env tcross [sr
la 111 n again said It didn't mean anything. The American
Department, which had welcomed the Sadat crackd
v hosannai of Jubilation, now g ted with color-
nd Secretary Rogers saw nothing in the Podgn
.iy th.it would affect \ ilicj What remark-
sight!
to ui BPBAK Or NON-EVENTS, b the false per-
on of a non-event i* ttie non-perceptlon ol an event. There
three important events In Egypt since the R
! the Middle East. One was the planned coup (gainst
the second was Sadat's brilliantly successful countercoup,
: was Podgomy'i salvaging of the pound lost by the
. : Union's agent! and champions in Egypt.
t tempted action against Sa lat was i failed coup, much
hr guerrilla coup against Hussein or the near-successful
It coup in Indonesia, but without their bloodshed. The
Is thus f.ir revealed are hair-raising stuff the collective
n ol pro-Russian ministers to topple Sadat's govern-
the radio announcement that "the hour of revolution has
the Involvement of the security apparatus, the tape of a
. conversation brought to Sadat by a l< yal security ofl
ecret burning of membership lists by the plotters.
Sadat'i mergence as anything but the figurehead he once
I a figure to be reckoned with, is one of the surprises
history What he has is agility of maneuver, an an-
-i rise of the public mood, an ability to pounce on his
nestle enemies when they threaten his power. He knous the
peopk- are weary of the war, of Soviet soldiers, Of
> seiauraa, of secret surveillance. He may yet m ike
la--, r m em like a bumbling forerunn-r.
it \ITKR Tilt. SUCCESS OF Sadat's countercoup. when he
i sent Sabry, Gen. Fawzi, interior minister Gomaa, party
. Nut and their little group of I>-ft Hawks Into the
->. a cry ai'o-e in some o; the Americ in press that a id it
.1 everything on peace, and that his fate now rested
!, who could Mive dim only by uveptmg his |
ma and surrendering everything he wanted.
' is they didn't reckon with the Russians which they
ve done if they had kept power realities in mind. The
ire not the keepers of Sadat's fate: They are only the
who want to sit acrOSl the table and bargain for a nego-
> .ce. It is the Russians who hold Sadat's fate because
:- -upply him with arms, planes, missiles, technicians and even
pilots for the MK'.-'J.ls.
The heritage Nasser left to Sad I WU I dependence on
a abroad and tin- dominance of the left at home. Sadat
It effectively with the second, but who could expect him also
with the first? Maybe Sadat himself did. but if so he was
akened from his beautiful dream by P.xigorny's descent on him.
to -to -to
THE Kl'ssi.w LEAOF.RS may or may not have been in-
Ived in the anti-Sadat coup: they probably ware, since the
were high-placed in pro-Soviet circles. Doubtless they
rs. the plotters for having bungled everything and allowing
I 'at to anticipate them. But once the countercoup succeeded,
. cracked down on Sadat in turn, an.l Podgorny told him who
who, what was what, and how it looked when let down In
treaty of semieternal alliance. The fact that Rre/tinev was
ie at the same moment, celebrating the Ignomtalously
1 crackdown there with the lelf-debased Czech satraps
the Soviets, could not have been lost on Sadat.
The moral is simple enough: the Great Power, if cynical
igh, won't let a satellite or client state off the hook not
I Can help it. and the Russians have shown they can help It
Sadat wrestled with the Devil for the soul of Egypt and
1-ecause the Devil had most of the cards and the jury of
i pinion was half asleep and almost wholly blinkered,
Flagler Kennel Club Having Best Season In 41 Years
With Flagler Kennel Club en- plonstlip this Saturday night over
Joying the best season in its 41 the Marathon Course. Royal Gun-
years, the nation's fastest srrev- ner set I track record for 7/16-
hounds were enjoying the finest mile while routing Lambie's Wendy
1 in one of the two-dog match race
eliminations. Gem'l Joyce won th*
dog track.
One. Royal Gunner, meets Gem's
MRS. PHYLLIS COlf
PR Firm Is Formed
By Cole & Schwartz
Form it ion of the public
and fund raising agency of
Schwartz and Cole was announced
this week bj Gerald Schwartz and
Mrs. Phyllis O
The new firm, which SUC
the Gerald Schwartz Agency es-1
tablished in 1960, will headquarter
in the B05 Lincoln Road Building. |
Miami Beach. It will specialize In
j political and fund-r.using cam-
paigns.
Mrs Cole organized the Florida
' Consumers Association and served
as its president and vice president.
she was executive secretary of the
United Tenants League of Miami
Beach and currently is a member
of the Florida State Consumers
Council, an agency of the State
Department of Agriculture.
A graduate of Scranton-I-acka-
wanna Junior College. Mrs Cole,
who has been a resident of Great-
er Miami for nine years, was em-
ployed U a councilmanic aide by,
the City of Miami Beach In 1970.
she was instrumental In establish-1
! Ing the Dade County Trade Stand-1
irda Division and the Consumer
Hot Line three years ago.
Mr Schwartz, an accredited
member of the Public Relations
Society of America, has served
on the City ol Miami Beach Pub-
lic Relations Advisory Board for
eight yean and is presently a
member Of 'he City's Convention
Bureau Advisory Board.
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KBaMKasj^neSi
rzqe 14 A
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fm^-M
Israel Newsletter
By CARL AlPERT
A Unique Clubhouse
Ciim.iim MEANS PEACE, but at the Moadon
Shalom (Shalom Clirohousei it moans pea
.nil 1H I r b m si fascinating u I ici isful
expi riment In rebabiUt I
-..at -ni~- is taking placi
Vi'i despiti it* success the project
ii- (titomod
, ii bet in ihnost rbrei
I with :i rrsearch grant from the
\ Soc al and R habilitation Si
>f the VS. Office of Health, Edu-
'cation and Welfare, admmisti
through th.- Israel Instituti A
in t Social Research It i carried on by b devoted
taif >f proftaatonaai and vohmteeri. It la given
me .-ardly help by Israel agencies and it will soon
lie beeauae there i- aa ana n high ptaoe, no one
Ait i influence, who c iet
Maadon Shalom developed .is an expeftmental
answer to the pro i what '> do adth patients
a t> in Us : rged from mental hospitals Thr> ari'
read) to be phaaged back Into the hurty-burb
A normal Hfi Kt result, many of them lw ik
;,>,. n und res and return t>> tin
tital again an
Moadon Shalom is Dot an Institution Ii Is a
centre in whMh it-- memb rs ptaj I
.1, in with their ibilities The p ia
:ile hi t> keep them ot espied Th. attttud to the
ibers .- a k-j to the I the plice Th
ire no i illy dis-
bled rsoro
Tli' ;
bj the n it
chain Wb k my
eye Mil lual Bumbei -* <-*>
1%ie t ibses pi
\ and ti ese tables I
I ;. -hr luncheon nv rui and
,; ,, rs .< .1 asaki !-,-t.-i> drink It and
schedule than next tr p
- .. f th nber* show up u
In th V ad th '<> bi th.
Others i i fea hsura, or later In the
,i u iftei work Wesscomewi kjal sail ol hoi
fin | u a n am bsanaa wfaete the r a
: i lon't know hi s l
the Thi is its/l "i w *
students and h sen und
: ihre > i '
: rhere haw
, inn : iili.ii -. but the percent ige f full returns t i
beer rxti lordlnai Co\
it In a
mental hospital Moadon Shalom has sa
of th
man brings Bui
.!'. HI*.
Mil ,1 In*
For i e will be i rndty centn
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
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No Overnight Miracles
U \N V ISt I BI M>
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t'\pcrts itress tins appisach oj eofltinssd
hopes that the present a prevail
ultimately led to some i settlement The
ajnajssjsjsjtssjt, perhaps unintentionally aotually bol-
stera the pofui i kma more naive beliefs thai Ha
taken in n thai of i
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By SEYMOU*
One Good Book \J
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June 11. 1371
+Jewis> fhrrtfrtn
UGAIHOTKI
Page 15-A
UOAX MOTKI
- notice of action
Le circuit court of the
,entm judicial circuit
orida in and for daoe
junty. civil action
No. 71-9823
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HOFFMANN.
ill.
U.K ANN HOFFMANN.
'ill.IK ANN HOFFMANN
4 Cot tie Roml
,, i..-f. Califoi nla
MK IIFI-K ANN HOFFMANN
i,5 notified ilm' Hill of Com-
f,.r Dlvoroa bu boon filed
v..ii. and \"U arc required '
. i.\ o! ) "Ul All-V .r DT PI' 'I
the Bill >< Complaint on In*
irr attorney, i^i Offleea "i
A Halpera. ItM S W loth
~u i 17-*; ivnit ii'iu-
'Florida. S3IS4I and file ill-
iror or Pleading In the
i i iha dark ol the Circuit
mi or liaflmi lha i"th day "t
Ti If )i>u fall i" da so, yadg-
.i.'.mil will !" taken agufnet
r the relief d.-niaii't.-.l in the
i': .nti'laii,!.
. shall t>. pubMehed one*
. for lour IF JIWISII FLOHIDIAN.
II \ -. I> ORDERED at Miami,
.hi- :ih day of Mai A l>
LEGAL NOTKE
'N ,T|H.E^Cr?^JV JWOGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
, ,.,. .. No 7'-'&2S
I" RE Eatati i i
MORRIS FISHER
11. ... .|
_ ._ NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditor* a-id All Person- 11.i.
m- or Demand* Agalnal 8 ...
You are hereby notified and ramnlr- ;
.-.I i.. ,,r...ni any .claim* and demand,
? ."", Ktf hav' NMInai II
at. I mi.it,.is FISHER i...;,-..,!
." "' Pad' ounty, Florida, to the
rojintj .lu.ic of |..i. County, and
!' In iloi'li. ate and a
led
LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA N AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 71.10648
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ADRIANA A ORTEGA,
Plaintiff
SEItOK i M ORTEGA
I >efendaiil
TO: SBROIO M ORTEOA
n Idem ITnkhown
Vou, SEROIO M. ORTEOA. an
i r. by notified thai a Hill of Com-
f-r Dlvoree baa I..... riled
- inn vou. and
Ibi
n


i R tTHERM AN. Clerk.
iri I i.ni' 'ouni Floi da
c p ci i-1:i \Ni'
l nut \ Clark
li -1 S.-.ll 1
HALBPKN BSQ
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r-.l.i 13134 It' I. 171
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I
NOTICE UNDER
[FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
tli i: '8 HEREBY IIIVEN il
,, ,- d deatriuat to engagi Ii
r th< I .- ime ol
: iH v I." m l*J S K
mi, Florida Intend
i iuim with ibi
i'ii utl Court >i Dada Count)
\' BERTO FISTKK
i
IE CiHCUIT COURT OF THE
IENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
NO. 71 tty>
i EOF INTENTION TO
>LV FOR CHANGE OF NAME
ii ul JOHN
I IIWA UTS
IS I'ALENK
I
IK '\| IT MAY l
m thai '' u
JOHN JOSEPH SCH
hoae realdei
i rd Street, In the Cit)
I m,i.- Count) I
till Hi
! Judge ol the
Clt nil In and for
..I In- ofl
use. at M P \i on
.- of June, 1971. oi
Uoner ma)
It-r changing Petition' r'a
in JOHN JOSEPH St*H-
IR lo JOHN FRANCIS
aiiieh name i
a rter I"- km m n
Miami. Dad*
il da) of Maj
m i .a<-.iir.it
ivtitioiur
II I !-14
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NOTICE UNDER
-ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
i'K is HBRRU1 Ul\ i:n thai
I denlrina I I kwls* in
h r ih# fletltloua nam* of
' IK MIAMI .il .Itvii N \S t; <
bade County, Florida
- .:,i name 11
i Srcull '-ui i Dade
Kli
| I'Hi IRIOIN MS I \"C
l.- aria .1 8*11 Pn
"- Portal Levl
la, In.-
Btreel
'
NOTICE OF ACTION
RCUIT COURT OF THE
IVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-9778
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T< IN
iPTON .l.ini
I | i.. ,|-|, ,\
i i:\Mi: l >KTi >N
thai a n
haa i i i I i
u .. -.
eadina lo
I- mnl the P
v llli-ll VKi" A HAM \K
" ^\ 7th Ave Miami, Pta
I l". !
.-( the Clerk
on or befora lb* '
1971 if i.-u f ill lo 'I" >.
1 by di f..uli will be taken
you f..r th.- relief d. mai Ii d
I1 i mplaint
-i all be publMhed once
i '"in iiiih i-ultv* w *-.-K^
P'K n u |HH Kl IRIDIAN
fNK \\|i flRI>KIUSD at M '"ii
' 'in- ik .i..> of Mai \ i'
1 i:\thkumav Clark,
i>urt, Dad* County ri- rida
Hj P c-' il'KI AMI
Denutj i lei k
I un Baml)
ri*."'* v ii amah. Esq.
N w Till Avenue
i rida
1 > for Plnintlff
I II I l-ll-U
_, NOTICE UNDER
in-,ICTIT'OUS NAME LAW
Ti'l. is HBREHY tllVRN thHt
I '"I. di->lrliiK I" Miaaa* i"
, ,,"" und.-r th* rirtin.,uh nnm* nf
i-M\\ MANAQBMBNT CORP
JJ,"1.oirporatlon dolna huMneiu. :m
" m \KKi-rrs iii.....is i. rectat-
'" with thf Clark "t tiif
J't -'MAX MANAGEMENT i-oltl'
Jjelvin It Wefnkle, PreaMaat
,.,,'-'T, Kri.jrfr. Bee Tr**
^*7fo DOR" BEKo-B8Q-
-... ( -.wit'- hi tiai'M'iti*' ;iihi nn irt I ..---,-- <...- ..., ((l. -i
vl-l In Heftion Trite, Florida Sl-u- lnw "" '"'' -v"" M" required In
.. ;.,,);.,,;,'., "-rve a copy of your Anewer or Plead.
' "urth.-u-. m Dad* Pounts FJorldi, ,.; ,l.h'' l!l" "' Comnlalni on th*
-.Ithln al. akndai owmthi from th. '-rV.'vi. ~ ."'"'r"",y- ?Moxw.'.N f
time of :h.- fir^i publication hereof ''-,rMA-N 812 Alnaley HuiHini:. Miami
or ih.- s.tni. wilt ii. barred Florida ':: .mil rile the nrltrlnal
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERJ&B1 U1VBN that
underKiKiifiI, deeliing to ensace
in liuMiifss umli r ihf flftitioue n.mi'
"f TRITON l.lc.'l i'l;s ul S897 Colllni-
A\-.-iiu'-, Miami Beach, Florida In-
lends i" retrlater "aid name \mi1i the
Clerk <-i the Circuit Court "i Dad<
County, Florida
J m i: IN'-
Bj Joei phlne Btkarohod
I'rt-M'l' ni
ROXALD I. DAVIS, V A,
Ait--I -> for .1 .\l ii In, Triton Llquon
5 11-21 b 4
-11
D led ... Mimi. Florida, tlii~ 17th
i..> of Mar, a imi
l\.\N It FISHKK
ai.i.ai-i-: s MAER
OERTRniB PROMT
Ah V.\ hi. r- .,f iht-
Eetateof MORRIfl FIRMER De-d
I ir-i puhll, at Ion this notli nil
' da of Ma) 1^71
wai.i.a' i: n m.\i:i:
Attorn* \ for Eatate ,.f
MORRIS l'i.-Hi:i: .....i
:. Biaca) ni BuUdlnn
i M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIX EN that
ihi u :, .| denliinfl
In liu-ri. -- in,.I. i- ih.- flftltiou
of AMERICAN OVEKSEAS TRAD-
ERS CENTER .it Dadi County, Flo-
' > inlands to i. icleter Bald nam*
uith th* Clerk of thi Circuit Court
of Dad* Poi Ida
OEOROE .1 t" i,l! \I.
:i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ni .th i: is H EH Kin r;i\ i:\ -i .
' I u
, l*r II ii
IH i;'i PI \/. \ v 1 'Tin;. .
I .i- Miami

aith the fieri
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PRISES. INC
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SHIRI.K\ i ,| ESO
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Ai.-wir or Pleadlna in tin offlci
"' ilirk of the Circuit Court on or
the ivtli day of July 1971, It
yi u 1...I in do -.. kttkrmenl by dpfauli
111 i" taken aftalnal you fur thi re-
lit r demand' in ihi Bill "f I om
plaint
Tin- notliv -h.-ill be publlahed nnn
ii ivffli f,.r rour .1'iinfutiv- n-eekf
' In THK JEM ISH l-l iKIDIAN
I >NK VND IRDKREII 111 Mil ml
Florida, thla 2nd da) of Jut I 11
K I! 1.1-ATHKItMAV .
Ckri uit '-..Urt, Dad* Cunij F
Byi r p ropEi \m.
r> put) Clerk
ult Court S<
: PR' iNSi IN A- LITMAN
''' Alneli \- Bulldinit
Floi Id i 13112
Plaintiff
, ; j
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No 71.10720
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
s H I'WYKi: .ii: .
iff

DI-
! 'ii.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VOTfi'B is HEREBY OIVE.N tl
the ii' deeliiiiK lo laaxi
under thi I III ui
of M \l:i l VN1. i i: \0 HOUSB !
M Dixli Hlchvyai Inti da lo
reKlfttci -' \, ith thi
CI.KRK "f thi CIR'TIT COCRT ul
I'M >K H N I v. fi ORIDA
I ..I'. .1 ni Miami, Ft. rida, tin-. I4)fh
lay of M
1., i
in MICHAEL n %Ri INZIK
MEI.VYN KKSSI.KK. .->i
....."oral Way
Miami. Florida
4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 71-2011
In l:i: Eatate of
SADIE HI'I'IN.
alao known .i- 8ADIB LEVBT,
I .. i.i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Cri dil im and All Pen H
linu or Dainanda icainai Said
i
You I tlfli
In fi nd demand*
which you aicalnul lh<
.I'M-: mi'iv ..I-., known
RADII r\ KN
ihi
,,i -l file Ih*
name In ihnnVat d< -I h
la luti
their offk-i
;n 111.-
i -i publii -.ti- ii hen
,11'..- will i i I 'I
I' ,-
,i i) of Mar \ n
i EVK1
\ -, t. i-
i- ... ,1 not let
.....
SIMON H \N
|l, IRI'NDM'KRU
\ -, I
v I Bullillna
Miami, Florid 13131 ._ ,
HEI MIN V DWYER
-" \ M DWYER,
11, f,
WH IIEI.MINA DWYER
VDA il DW1 Di:
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' rt. i m ...
i .' || HEi MI.N \ DWYER
P. re hereby t
I I of I 'nmpl..... t".
I filed
U I :..
or Pleadlna
'i the PI
v PACI K\\ H \l'- SII.VER-
KW1TNE, I
Id .1 M ami Renrh, '
.'V
t of ih*
Court ni ..... ||
i 71 If you fa d.....
ik nl by di I toll tak*i
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il I ui. h*d i n**
I u :, .
I a ISH PI iRIDI \N
I >VE IND nitDRRRD il Ml m
i ly of .luu.- a |i
1971
R It c VTHERM \N- .
On uit Court Dadi I 'ountj r
II) I. SNPBl >E <
l nut) Clerk
I i: '-.in i S. .ill
. PACI KWITNEY
SII.VEHSTEI.N KWITNEY* KROOP
i- I. uln Road,
Beach, Florida
1 ll rneyi foi Plaintiff
s ii-ti-*.". 7 :
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-9417
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IRIS C ci ll.TON,
Plaintiff,
\ i
l:n H \l:|i \ ioi.ton.
I i. ,..innt.
Tl 1; I'HARD A COLTl iNt
I'.U" llltlll.inii Av.-iiU'
.1. in.ii.-.i. Ni w York U4:iL'
You, RICHARD A COUTON, arc
li'i. ii notified thai n Hill ol Com-
plalnl l.i" Divorce haf i"-.-n riled
BKaln \.-u. and i"u are reQUlred to
v.-r\. a "i> of your \- -.. : ..r Plead-
ing t.. the It'll of Complain! on the
Plaint Iff* attorney, SIDNEY KFHoN-
SOS '- Ain-I.y IIIiIk 14 N E ll
Avenue, .Miami. Florida SS132 and file
the nriirlnal Anawer or Pleading In
o ihi i lerk ..f the Circuil
i out' on Iw-fori the i >ih day of
.Un.. 1971 it you fail to do wi, iudg-
efnult will bi taken aj
you for tli.- r*l f demanded in the
i Hill ..t i nii-1.
Tin- not I. hall be publlahi '
each foui *cutlvi week
in THE JEM ISH FLOKII'IAX
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami
' rida. th II di | ol Ma) A D
1971
i: B l.i: VTHKRMAN. Clerk,
ii i ...,i. i', unt) Fli
By i .' .1 >\| \ N
ITM AN
14 N.E.
I .- Ida
I
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LEGAL NOTKI
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR'
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA IN PHOBATE
No. 71-2231
ARTHUR W. PRIMM
In RE Eatate "t
PHILIP (SI KIDMAN
1.....is. il
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Creditor* and All Pi r :.-ll.
inn i Inini- or 11. in.in,I- At.,,i .-I s.
Eatati
i -ii .ii. li. r< i" notifii 'l and reflul
.-.I i" it,".-in any i;,im> and dernai I
which you ma) have agalnat i
eatati I'Hli.ir .....iim.w, .I -
'.i-.'l i.n. of Dade County, Florli
t.. thi Count) Judgei of Dade Count
and fli. Hi. -mile in duplicate and
provided in Section 733.18, Florn
Statutea, In their offlcea In th. Cou -
ty CourthouHe In Dadi County, FI -
rida, within kIx calendar month* fn
the lime of the find publication h-i
of, oi th. -iiin. ..\ ill I..- ham il
I 'i 11 Mia mi. Florida. thla .
da) -I June, a li 1971.
Ii:\vin ; .. iii.itan
\- Bxi. ut'.r
Firal publlcatioii < thi- notice
Ihe nth da) .-t Jum 1971.
SII.VERSTEIN, KWITNEY A.- Kit"
All.-in. \ s i,,r
Eatat* of Philip i .....Iman deceaaed
420 I in. ..in ltd .
Miami r... ).. Fla
I ll.18.3S 7

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'.'" "leral Building
I. rhtrida. 31111
/ 4-11-II
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N, iTH'K IS HBKBin 'ilV EN thai .
'h.- undi -'." -l
I in ,"-k PI III ISHIN'I COMPANY
,1
. Intends I
a I, i clerk of thi Circuit i un
,.T 11 ,.! Count 1 r li
COPi SERVICE INC
ii Florida nrporatlon
- i i II IS
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-2043
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
In RE: Butiite f
IAMIBC M'QO
I.. ,|
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit. ..ml ah I- Ha<
ng Clalma in Demand* Ignlnet Said
li
You : Us notrfli d
rid d<
ti >. u in ttgain* i
eatati IAMIE C l.l'OO di
I IhI f
1 -11' '1 :U If..... I > If t ioun
imi ii da
. I i:-. s. .. n
da Slatuti Ihi 'f en In the
I- I'ouiity.
montha
-ut,l,i ,i -
II,' V, I t I
i ,,t m nii. Florida, ikia ltd
M > NI-
MH1 GIN
\ .. i \
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' KI.NS IKIN.s M'l 11-1'
- .
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'. I
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-9409
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
RONAIJ) til FFBY,
P
\i:i.i n: ni'FFEY
i .. fi
Tl S Kl.l IE I .II"Fin
i;. ,.v\ n
You, SKIJJE fil FFBY an hen -
.i ili.ii .i Bill .!' i mplalni
lor iM-.-r. < haf ii-'-ii '.'i-i aicainai
ii and a
. op> ol ii' \ [ Pleud
the Planitirr*
attorne) Engel .v Halpern, Sulti
i Houm loa Northw*kI inth
\. n. Miam Flor da i 111* and rile
al Vnswer nr Plead
tin nfflci Cl< rk of ti.-- Circuit
i ..un .ni or In fore the Ktb da)
July, ti-71 it yi u rail 'I- no, hid|
in,-nt l.i default .v ill l" taken againat
you for the r, hi t demanded i.i the
Hill of Complaint
'riui notice .-hall l,' publlahed once
a. h \i'k f.-r four confcocutlve waaki
in THK .li:\\ ISH Fl."l:il>l XN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida, tin Ith da) "f June A 11
E B I.EATHBRMAN, Clerk
un Com '. Dade lount) Floi Ida
I.. II .\1 KISSEE
11. nu' \ i
uil i toui' Si .il '
ENtlEL HAM'EHN
1100 N \\' loth A^ '-nU''
a i.tini. Fli ii Ida
Attorn* y foi I lalntlff
i. 11 i .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N< I'l'I'K IS 111.1:1:1:1 IJIVEN -
underalgned, deairlng t.> engatle
i. ii -- under Ihe fa-titiou.*- nami
FLETCHER APARTMENTS al 1-
Waidiingtoli Avenue, Mknml It...-
regl tl r BHld nar
I I. : 1. of i he i 'it .-ui "
: i. li uuiii i-'. Ida
HARRY l-AKSKR
ESI ER l AESER, In-
JACK JA' IBSI IN
P \ IAC< IBS' IN, his '
SMITH, MANDLER, SMITH
It I'ARKER
Alton for the undersigned
bj II MIRY II SMITH
-. J8 r, 4-tl-l-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FI.OKIDA IN AND FOR
DADt COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 71-10171
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
lltl.N I. MADDEN,
.li.\IM\ I. MADDEN,
nil
IIMMY I. MADDEN Wt I
.-
Mh I4CAB
\ l't' >.ni Fi .i nciaco,
i ';i M:
You. JIMMV I. MADDEN (
by notified that a Bill of Ci
i for Divorce hai be n fil
HgniiiHl you, and you are required
-.t\. ., opy of your Anew r
Pleudlng to the Hill ..l Complaint
the Plaintiff al torm >. sa.mi I
POUICASTRti .'I-- S.M 17th Avent
Miami, Florida 3113.1, Phoni .n.. (34
i i-'J and file 'I......iginal Anew
i Pli adlng in the offii "t tli. CI,
thi ''i'- uil Count on or be-fora ii i
Hi da) ..f June, 1971, If you fall i"
no, ludgmenl n defaull will be tK
rial v-.u tor the r,.|i>-r demand
in the Bill of Complaint.
Tins notice -i:..:i in- published m
each n.-'-k f'.r four conacoutlve w*e
in THK JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
l INE AND I IRDBRED at Mil I
Florida, thi- I6t day of May A
1971,
E is LRATHERMAN, Clerk,
'"ii. uit Court, Dade County, Flortd'i
B) P 11 'CKI.AND
Di only i 1. rk
1 n i i ui t S.-.iH
SAMCEI- POL.ICASTRO
i S.M -7th Avenue
Miami. Florida IllSfi
- (43-5411
-. 28 6 l-ll-tl
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No 71-9865
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DEI 'III S Rt iKBH
I'l.iiiit.it
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUP"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-1557
FRANK B DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Batata of
EDM Mil' UMBRMAN
i-. .1
To All I md All Pen II
i .1 I '. in.mils Ac.in.. 1 S.
'ROB ROKBR, d and r -
i t. :oi.ii: quired I pn ent any claims and <:
To HCBERTpEOROE ROKBR ,.. h .. m'aJ haw .
"! HIUERT tlbORGk, RoKBR | EDWARD EMERMA
Miami Beach, I ..
has heen Bled J County, Florida, t" the County Judg
d \"u are i.-ui.r-.i njnty, and file th. sat
' I P ded In Se
ol t nmpliiint nn thi Florida Statutea In th-
' BTONK d SCSI :: ,|. Count) Cou
'UN. 101 VW, II \v> V ml n i Florida, ti
ul.- th.- .TiKiiial ;l|, ,|:i,- m,.i,ihs Irom tl" time
or t
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni ITICB IS HEREBY IJIVEN
th.- undei -"- di Iring lo ng
i n
i'.I.H COAST SANITATION INC al
4. \ w I Avel ui M ami
,.,,.- with Ihe Clerk of Ihe I
Court of Dade Ci unty. Florida
U/H'RI O WASH INC
., |." :..|1
HERMAN COHEN ESQ.
Attorne) for applicant
llldg.
liUunl, Fla
NOTICE U
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
H HBREIH fllVEN II I

u ii mi .-t
. i AN \ V \TI"\S al
Il II, .1, Il
I to regiati
. .
Court of I ol- > ,' da
III .will I-: FITTER MA N
MARTIN OOTTFRIED
RONAI I' I. DAVIS

and Martin
I '
i .ti' ii't.ii ati'-iimr. iiviii ni. im
-. V~ i -. publication hi n
I 'be ult ou on i.r ..,. u,n barred
NDER befort thi Ith da) of June, if.I If I :,,.,.,i .,, miuiu.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTlfK IS HEREBY OIA'EN that
ih,- underalgned, deairini
i,. i.ii-.....- ui r the Hi titinui
of i;f\ TONE PAINTS al Ml B i
lh Curt. MIhoii Fla UII4 II
47th < ourl. miboii. tih ..."..-.,,-
to rtnrlater nld num.' nii "! '
of the Circuit Court of I'Hd* i ..unty.
pinrldn
Cl'.v TONE PAINTS
CHBMICALS CORPORAT ON
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jeist fkricftof?
solicits your leqal noticts
Wr appreciate your
patronage and cruaTcmese
accurate service a* ieoa'
rates .
nial 31% udgnu il li> '1.
i.iuit ill h. ni.. n ii
ni., li .1 in the Hill of
Thi* I ill i"- publ
. n w ei kg
HI II HSH ri IRIDI \N
DONE \N|i ORHERED nl M
Ma) A D
i: B I.'' \: ih:i:m \n .
li i a -i pi
B) R \l KISSEE
I ..ut i :u rk
ui s. .01
STONE ISTCHIN
!n| S u 11th Ave
i
Attorn, \ f..r I'l.iuitiff
.-. CS C 4-11-IS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
deralajned, dealt ng ti
in huHlneaa under th.- rictltloue name
of BOLERO OF MIAMI al 1144 N.E
Ind Avenue Intenoi t" regifter aald
is ith the Clerk of thi Circa I
Court of Dad' County. Florida.
.111.H \ M.I.AliAltF.S
_____________It 11-23 4-11
~ NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN that
lh* underalgned, daatring t,, eni
lu-nu-- under the flctltiaaa name ol
it,ik RIBBON CHEMICAL CO. at
i ,,-t loth Street, Htaleah, Flo-
rida .1.1011 intendri to ttgister aald
..ith th.- Clfrk "or The Cireuit
Court Dade County, Florida.
I LBONCIO C.ALAN
i/U '4-U-ll
I!
May, A n 1971
ULADYS V BMERMAN
v- Executrix
publlt -if fn of thi- nol
Ih da) of Mm 1971.
\l> ERS, K M'l w Pi iRTER,
LEVINS! >N A KENIN
for Had) \' Bknennan,
ii- \
a ------et, Miami. Fla.
- I 4-11-1-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th
. underalgned, deairlng t" engage
in husin. s- under the tlctltloua nam*
of iPY CITY, PRINT CITY. SLIDE
CITY, TRAVEL CITY nt -"I N W
tilth Street, Miami. Florida 131S
Intendu lo reglater aald namea wit't
ihe Clerk or the fin ult Court i I
i >ade .-initi. Florida
DAVID 11.1 VI.ocK
-. 28 i; 4-11-1-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni i'IIi E IS HEREBY GIVEN th
the uii.l' rain Ing lo ei gaga li
l-u.-i'i'-s under th* fletltioun name ol
\\\ i W-TOin A SERVICBCENTBR
For \ \ i im ii.i:ani:ks 8EW-
ING MACHINES at IttO W aftll
Street, Hlaleuh mt< mis to ret
sanl nam' with the Clerk of the Clr
.uit curt of Iiadf County. Florida
DAVID FRANK, Sola owner
Silv, rst'-in. Kwltney & Kroop
Attorney! for Applieant
tl 11-18-25 7/2


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Federation Dedicates Its New Headquarters
*%r
N
1
Solomon Schiff. director of the Greater Miami Jewish
:tion's Community Chaplaincy Service, affixes the
tianal Mezuzah to the new Federation building. At left
re Joseph H. Kanter, chairman of the Century Club, and
y C. Myers, Federation's first president; and Milton
"in, current president of Federation is at right.
Joseph H. Kanter, chairman the The Century Club, (the 100
[community leaders who contributed funds for the construc-
[1. v. of the new Federation building) and chairman of this
\ -:: s Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
Icjmpaign is pictured above with Mrs. Kanter (left) and Mr.
lend Mrs. Robert Russell. Mr. Russell, cochairman of the 1971
[CJA-IEF campaign, is a Federation vice president.
I^Srr
Three prominent South Florida general contractors formed
>: consortium and donated their services to the Jewish com-
munity in constructing the new Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration building, which was officially dedicated last week.
From left to right axe Stanley Arkin. Mrs. Arkin, Mrs. Robert
Mller, Mr. Miller, and Mrs. Samuel Adler (Mr. Adler was
unable to attend the ceremony).
m
The dedication of the new Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
ls building brought out the new leadership of the Jewish
< emmunity, and those leaders who funded the Federation 33
yeara ago and continued to be in the forefront of the Jewish
communal effort. From left are Sam Blank and Carl Weinkle,
P^st presidents of Federation, and Stanley C Myers, Fed-
eration's first president who was chairman of the Building
^dication Committee.
In dramatic ceremony last
Sunday attended by more than
1.000 persons from throughout
Dade County, the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation officially ded-
icated Itl new Jewish commun-
Ity's central address; for the
past 33 yean the Federation
has occupied space in various
Now serving an esti-
mate '. .' a i '.i population of 2f>0.-
'"i the fifth largest Jewish
community in the United Stat<^
the Vindication of its head-
quarters aiipropriately symbol-
izes the growth and develop-
ment o: the Jewish community.
Tiie new facility will be a re-
B uree for the development of
health, education and welfare
of the Jewish commun-
ity, and t'.ip keystone of the total
Jewish communal effort as well.
Dui ng -t week's open house
ding dedication, tours
were conducted for those visit-
ing the beautiful and yet func-
tional community building which
was funded by The Century Club,
a t'roup of KM) community lead-
ers, with Joseph II. Kanter as
chairman, who together shared
ly the cost of the buildin-4.
Farh Century ("lub member also
substantially increased his pli dge
to the Federation's CJA-IEF
campaign.
Milton Weiss, Federation pres-
ident, l K\ i.oned the commun-
Ity's ne . permitting a "broadening
and intensification of the work
of Fedi ration, and a hoipht-
ened vision of our own social
and moral responsibilities to-
ward those in need.
"Our dynamic community s fu-
ture depends upon a continued
rwth of our sense of respon-
sibility and morality, l>otii to th-'
Gn atcr Miami Jewish commun-
ity, the I'nited States, and to
Israel," Mr. Weiss declared.
The ceremony was pres
. Stanley C. My rs, i
< ration's first president,
spoke of the relevance of f
n .'i.'i years ago and
bluing role as the en
irrization for the involvem "t
of Greater Miami Jewry
Rahbi Solomon Schiff. dir -
: the Federation's Conn
ity Chaplaincy Service, aft
th traditional Mezuzah to
door of the new building.
Special tribute was paid '>
Samuel Adler. Stanley A
and Robert Miller, the thr
prominent South Florida c n-
eral contractors who form
ortium and donated th
" s t,> the Jewish comn
ity constructing the new b
ing at a 25 ia> Ings ', er I
original estimate of it- cost.
tfewiislli Floiridliaiti
Miami, Florida Friday, June 11, 1971
Section B
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Leonard L. Abess (center) a past president of Mount Sinai
Hospital, presents 20-yeaT Service Recognition awards to
Norma Ederer, director of personnel; Elizabeth Eaton, head
cashier; Eva Sawitz, information services; Dr. Mark Cirlin.
Blood Replacement director; at the hospital's annual recog-
nition party for more than 400 employees having reached
plateaus of 2 to 20 years in the Fontainebleau recently.
First Kindergarten Class
Graduates From Hillel
v On
fltxt V
.; i 10 a,n
Ml
^lurwai'i') Imairdhi fmrm
The
nei r. Kt-ni
IUUa David Neuman, Ew
m .' "
Zinamor
Praendinm Heads Hebrew U. Women
fircator Miami Women's Divi-
of the American Krienda of j
ir- I hi bra a> University, will
headed by three- hun-d pmo-
:ti duntiy the 1971-72 club'
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on! ; rvtflf as mmi-
bm nted the .
\L.nn Mid fee >Mfi leafier
ship '' .' icob Katzman. M
Lcoi Kronwh ait I Mrs S im
P pi Mm lYudj Hanu
nt
2'10^S*^3*
Wfc/!/* DMfnbufri af
Thor.1 will be no reg
inc* of thr |PBHP during Juiy and
August, but ihf calendar of ste-
i-ial rvrati for (SM fall and wiatcr
aaaaa include : member arias
meeting, Sept 23; In-
Oat 31 patron
luncheon, N->\ 18; woman ol the
> -r kmchi m I *e 16, and i -
rtj A Hi '
and

r 'Hum i aatf lajarlaw
W ft* Um* US. 6. I*cf *d
kosou auars .^ poatrtr
ttf 1 W. 4fh AVUNM.
hiAiiam. rionoa
Mmm TU 7-76W
Happenings
lira /.! i.iMf>l>unc haa
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Mil mum Hon.- ng Ap-
peals 1 coording I Beach
Harold Teal.
; nt f h 2 I
past | ident
; '.
Ion and t< '
ir.''iit Asao
.:
Moaned N. Krit-rfm-in. former
attorney [or trn> s-, n it lea and
< I mar QanBBjsi on and
<>ntlv i Miami attorney and
paaaident, treasurer .itvt \icr
rhalrm in '. the board ol th--
4aatriran MsdtiaoMass Am
Uoa la* i "ASA i. a nun,
Florida oaaporaOon. f.mvd to
i>nit.-ct ih* intesaata af tha anall
tech mark-t Invaaton, wag
arahrr af tin- Future
M11B maire'i I'luh on WadMs-
d q it thi Hatvay Bet Pbsl
>( the AiTMT.oan legion. The
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ie Senior Citizens Club of Delmonico-An-
kec Hotels, which lor four consecutive years
|ac*- first among the folk organizations in
c money for the campaign effort, re-
mry received a plaque in recognition of
ic' cutstanding work on behalf of the
free er Miami Jewish Federation's 1971
-,ed Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund campaign. From left to right are Mrs.
Ida Herman. Dr. Morton Sternberg, presi-
dent of the club; Sender M. Kaplan, a rep-
resentative of Federation; Emanuel Japhe.
chairman of the Senior Citizens Club Board;
Mrs. Minnie Slowshower, and Mrs. Celia Ac-
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ind urging Qov. Reubin Askew la k i aside July 15, 1971, as a day for state-wide ex-
pression <>i oui ooncern regarding the freedom <>i all people particularly Soviet citi-
lens to determine their > dcstlnj was presented by Sen Jerry Thomas, president
if Florida'e legislative body, on thi Svnati flooi this week The resolution, sponsored
Sen Robert Haverfield and Sei Thomas Horn* was passed unanimously.
A distinguishsd panel ol clergymen from Dadc County was present in the & i ii
chambers al the time of the pi Phe delegation included Rev. I B. Ros<
resident, and Rev. Thedford Johnson, past president ->i the Metropolitan Church Pel-
owstiip; Ki-v Lloyd Knox "i Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, North Miami; R \
Robert Barber, president of the Greater Miami Ministerial Assri Father Sean O'Sul-
Ivan, founder f Concept House, Miami Archdiocese; Father Demosthenes Mekras ol
St Sophia Greek Orthodox Church; Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, chairman of the COn-
i-ii-i.i'. .hi Soviet Jewry, and Rabbi Solomon Schiff, executive secretary >>( the Rab-
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appointment of Norman
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rewisli Floridian
the \AJoman s \AJorld
jay. June 11. 1971
Page 5-E
Irs. Meyer Brilliant Takes Presidency
Local Women's Division Of Technion
If Mayer Brilliant WU in- !
a president of the Miami
ipter, Women's I>i\ i-iion. Amer-
, < .<-ii *v '- T ,w,";"" at n I
i,hen in the University of
,n Facult) Club.
Phillip Thau served as in-
offlo r; the group'! hon-
. presideot, Mr- H. Franklin
na ws chairman >f the'
\ special "' m my waa hel I
kintor III life
mbers, life truatei and
. presidents who were in-
irriuded M. H irrs I
Mr-. William Gol lb)
Lo is Haffner, Mrs Jul is
i Mrs. Norman Hill. Mrs
- Greene, and Mrs Jerome
officers are Mrs Joe Lie)
i- in. tl Mr-; M ,y Ki-en-
; rtrude Levy. Miss Goldie
Mrs Seymour Ijiskev. sec-
i Mrs. m. Franklin WU-
.! I imentarian; Mi i Har-
Thurman, chaplain; Mrs | ie
th .'. historian, and Mrs M ,r-
\V Spcctor, Mrs. H. Franklin
ims, M.s Mayer A. Baakin
M irton R. Fellman, bon
dents.
\V- Brilliant is former acting
I in and vice chairman of!
D k County Democratic exec-
committee and 'i.is attended
lovernora conference on odu-1
n for the disadvantaged held
'^'"" n March.
Ilition she was a delegate
National Democratic noml-
onvent'on in 1968 heM in
Chicago and has served i
merous positions in the Women's
Democratic Clubs of Florida. She
is the ch tirman of the upcoming
State Women1- Democratic conven-
tion to he held in October. 1971,
m<1 li nber of the Dade
C advisory committee on the
status of women
Technion, the Israel In-- tut<
ol Technology, is the only Engi-
' '' w ra i> In Israi l and
the Middle East. In 1940 th- \
lean Technion Society, a group of
engine era scientists and indus-
tri ilista pledged their support to
Technion and helped erecl a new
- h< h> ; build the i
torii i ::i I bu n js ol modem ex-
'.Here. meet the dei
|' "'i It b> government, ii I is-
trj and the defense fore. ol
Organized tionally in 1956,
the Women's Division of the Amer-
ican Technion Society has as its
primary aim the enrollment ol
membership.
JWV Ladies Auxiliary
Schedules Activities
Beth Tov Congregation And
Sisterhood Selects Leaders
Officers who will serve Temple
Beth Tov during the 1971-72 sea-
son include Phil Prisand. presi-
dent; Morris Harris and Irwin
r isi 1. vice presidents; Sara Fish
Hoi owitz. and Rose 15 rube rg.
secretaries, Tom Gruberg, treas-
urer, and Margaret Taub, publicity.
On the Sisterhood slate are Kit-
ty Pliakin, president; Ceil Prisand,
Sara Fish and Bertha Sootin, vice
lents; Margaret Taub, Joan
Elbaum and Henrietta Dnit/. sec-
retaries, and Minnie Sehaller.
treasurer.
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Jewish War Veterans, Depart-
ment of Florida Ladies Auxiliary
members will service the portable
telephone and the patients' li- |
brary at the Veterans Hospital as
follows: on Friday. Kvelyn Pecky
of the Miami Beach Auxiliary 330;
on Saturday. Auxiliary members
of the Norman Bruce Brown 174;
on Sunday, Auxiliary members ol
ill. Miami Beach Auxiliary 330;
on Monday, Stella and Sol Lipton
of the Murray Solomon Auxiliary
243; on Tuesday. Auxiliary mem-
bers from North Shore Auxiliary
677 will also reed patients and serv-
ice the patients' library; Thurs-
day, hospital chairman Frieda Co-
hen of the Harry 11. Cohen 723 of
Surfside and her committee.
Norman Bruce Brown Pont and
Auxiliary 1*4 will hold a games
night on Tuesday at 4601 W Klag-
ler St.
Miami Be-.ieh Auxiliary 330 has
nlnnnod {ts re>!a- business meet-
ing for Thursday, June 17. a)
American Legion Hall on A I -ii
Rii. Ceil Roctiwarg is president
Four Freedom Auxiliary t8
will hold it^ annual party for pa-
tients at the Bikur Cholim H na
for the Aged on Thursday, Jane
17.
North Shore Auxiliary 677 ]
hold a iKiard meeting at the
ferson National on Thuisd a>
rung, June 17. Ethel Goldm >
president
Hospital Volunteers Cited
At the recent awards bar t
of the North Miami General Hos-
pital Auxiliary at Bud Dick y's
Clubhouse, awards were pres l
to Mrs. "Bud" Mason represent-
ing 2.iiOO hours of service. F
six members received pin- ir
service, and 40 additional mei
received new emblems. Mrs
Berman is hospital meml* i
chairman.
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New Mizrachi Women Group
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Thr newly formed group of
Geula Mutrachl Women will hold
it- first donor luncheon on Sun-
la)} at the Paradlae Restaurant.
The afternoon program will in-
elude awards, and 'ntertainment
by Donald Schrager. mind reader.
President ef the group i.s Mrs
Aaron Katz, and serving as
chairman is Mrs. Solomon Schiff.
Massachusetts Club Party
Next regular meeting and can!
partj ot the Massachusetts Club
of Greater Miami was to be held
Thursday at 8:30 p.m. in the Bel
Aire Hotel William A. Chiten is
club oresident.
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1
(king linal plans for the 25th annual convention of the
lie's Jewish War Veterans and Auxiliary at the Ameri-
ca Hotel in Bal Harbour this weekend are, from left,
sted; Maurice Weinman, stale JWV Commander, and
tLne Abramowitz, state Auxiliary president; (standing)
tlph Rosofsky. convention chairman, and M. Jay Berliner,
nventior. ojrdinator.
fish War Veterans and Ladies Aux.
Ih Annual Convention Here June 11
Beth David Will
pen Its Summer
Day Camp June 21
' will
. it* turn-
i M "vi 5 June l'1

JUII .'1 I'll'. |6; July 19.
\ 1".
Iren -11. -. -
to 12 are now heinn enrolled in the
["he H-th David
iranch will be th-
rnming and
; from the
- c >nd v, ir the dii
,f th p w II \< Donald I>
Michi ical ir Dr. Mi :hi I
led : I I rted his own
in ttie local community in
North Carolina for th.- pa
He originated ind directed
' imp c ir 11, one of thr early day
camps m Dade County, For M
he was co-owner and direc-
tor of Camp Plncwoo I, Hen ler-
sonville, X C
Dr Michelson, who is now
pi ifemor of hlstor) at Miami-Dade
Junior College, sensed as director
of the Hill.'l Foundation it the
Unh'eraHy of Miami for 20 yean
He brirtss to th.- Both David Camp
his combined experience in tv-
ind secular education and
his knowled ;e of youth and recrea-
tion He promises a varied pro-
of sport-;, swimm
ind it.iiis. music, as well as re-
- instruction.
n<. 1,00 ites ind thel
this \' eeki I
H-13 i the Amei
foi the -'-"'tii
of tin Je -!'
: Indies Auxili-
Florid i
trill open
n Sati ii 2:30 p.m.'
,[, .,,. M iv Stephen Clark
. a |: ition, "Jew Is i
. '.:.. am Wattle in DKat
p- Cbl >, v HI t>c posted by
i lehm mi the Home-
\ir Forca Baa*.
ite commaitdei Manrlee Wein-
Mlaral Beach, wlD be hon-
t n banpjuat on Saturday,
.it.- president Justine At>-
t/. ot North Miami Beach,
ku ->r at a hutch-
nme l .>
Sol La a of lteth David
n | m" rv.
o h i iday i "mil ol
i b> U la) bu
i\
\
' < i i i". ith M ilv m i
V. Freeman, p ist national |
li-nt i- eochairman. Billle Kem.
national n nior ice presidi nt ill
extei d sjn
At the Saturday luncheor
eral Florida auxiliaries will pr-
ecis, e irophii s and cil ii ioi I
"outstanding ichiewments m ttv
community." The Dep tment of
Florida will also present a nurses
tcholarshtp In the field of menl il
rehabilitation, lite Bi rtha '
Memorial. Woman of tin Yr.tr arid .
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* hmist fk^Htnr
Muj. ftltr Jc*S(*a
yptclvtwds Visit
In Puerto Rico
I n Getber an.'. Alan Kw
urd .y J
Rabbi
V
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: Mra Hi rberl
-
luate of New '
The newtyw Puerto
for their h m y *>n
HUtS. ALAH KWOCZA
Former Lidia Rok
Now Mrs. Reside k
< >n t'.ieir return from a h m
moon in Baroaa, raw fm-mer I
R ik ud James Ki-r..ik
in Mnini i'- Ch i'li
ngjpd V'""-
i' UM II' : ROC !!>! I
-
ISO Bay Rd l

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(tended the 1
l! tty n of Mr ai i I
Peter Jitcobsous
I nited June 6 In
\oon Wedding
\ Mgti noon weddii tl the \
R | So ita Hotel in New Or-
- Sum lay. June "< unit) "
Diane Lo
v in .'..'
i- ,!.;. A-i- Leo Dei sin
11
of New
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tending <
: honor, Barbara
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c the bride >
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in New
-. .. |] enter th. Univenit)
iml in the I
"nt n :s :i
oi oral ibtej Senior High 3d
a.r u i im win
H -..;r Society He earned I
Mrttll scholastic honors, at Tu-
la' University and served as
ct. ud ind treasurer of Tau Ep-
. Phi CraternHy. He will enroll
In the University of Miami School
n> Medicine.
LEO HOHAUSlR
PLUMBING
corri*CTnra ttrt
ad* Ceealf tw J5 Tt
tail l.w. 1th ST. Ml
Mexican Trip For
Raymond Purets
On their return from honey-
nooi In Mexico, newlywedi Mr
and Mr- Raymond l Paret will
Dayle Ellen, daughter ->i Dr
I Binder ind Mn
;>: Beach, *
w Ith Mr P el
Sunday., inu-
0 pin ceremony con-
; h> Rabbi Irving Lent
a i- followed ;itK>ii .it
v ntalnebleau i i
The bride had btl
and Patti Binder ai h >nor attend-
nta, with Bu an Q. R
Abbe Keatedbaum and Janice E
as bridesmaids, and Rosa-
lind Paret. junior bridesmaid
The bridegroom's l>est man was
Joel Rosenman. and his brothers
Ira. Ronald and Morton Paret
serv.-d as ushers.
The new Mrs. Paret a graduate
of Miami Beach Senior High
School, is now attending La sell
Junior Cbllege in Boston. Her
husband, a graduate of MJT. is an
independent record producer in
Boston.
JUDITH MAM SCHHf
** UMIS tfswrj
Summer Wedding
For Judith Schiff.
Richard Pauiiger
Mr wd Mr* Pbilttp Schrfl
s\v 72nd .\\c. announce the .'n-
i .u-rhtt-r Judith
Diane t.. Ri.-harl Al.m Paw:
son of M Mrs. Sylvan Paw-
."?440 S\V PJSta St
The lafcla flnrt graduate '
Pain-., tto Sen! H._-"
the Unhfsratt) of Miami, wh
was a member oi Delta Phi
ii .i teacher at
Rainbow 1- "
idual Uni-
f I Is. where he was
Up
Tin a '.-.
for Ju'.\ 4.
Alan Kuczmski received the Chase Federal School
Foundation award, a S2.000 scholarsh:; ths -r-vest
of Miami awarded each year to an c .
Miami Beach Senior High School, c! the recent awardics-
sembly held at the Miami Beach Au..'.:::: urn PicttndtiM
the winner are assistant ptincipal Marvin N'ockow &
and George W. Valentine, vice preside:-.: o: Chase Fias|
Savinas & Loan Association riant.
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^SewlstfkjrHian
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\lle y Lipson and I f
b#-rf Covin Are
{(lged To Wed
hfn William W.
i ngsutemenl '
,, i,ic R'lth to
m .>:' ". Ir. and
1 Covin.
raduate
High Shi
Arts de-
- 1t pa-
:';] alty of
"0 u
ram o(
.u.ly at '" Sdi
a] audiol-
it il, A' in' i. Ga.
pson md l itigh-
and Mrs, Fred Mrinkrr
The ill iu Hotel is
the set i ing for the i ci nt Hadas-
sah Bond-Wlth Israel Luncheoi
M Irvt in M Liss, who
was the : ec pit nt ol I he Woman
>>f Val >r iw ird.
F il this i m Mi s. Liss
klrl in a black and
white print K. r white iheer bo
trimmed with
white silk jacket dress was b< i i-
tifully tailored; self-fabric buttons
trimmed her jacket. A sheer red
with narrow white stripes
was worn by Mrs. David Serneck-
er, whose long sleeved dres
i leep double-1 iered flounce
.ii the hemline.
Mrs. Henry Wernich, director ol
the Women's Division for Bonds.
. round tti high neckline and was in a white linen ensemble

"isis
long -.'>.
Mrs Morris Herman, president
of the Mi imi ttapter >: Eiadassah,
wh-> introduced the guest! on the
dais, was in i blue and white floral
printed lirmm ensemble. Her white
blouse featured a red tie with
white dots. Mrs. Martin Specter's
knit is in e-pink and whit*. All
Interesting sco p motif detailed
ih. side pockets. A white pique
pants ensemble was the choice of
Mrs Emanuel Lubel. It was trim-
med in black and worn with a
. belt. Mrs Byron Cherkas
...I a black jump suit with I
Popping the pleated skirt was a
red. white and blue printed silk
blazer. Her deep V-neckline was
banded in navy blue. Visiting from
Israel, Miss Hanna Menkas chose
a multi-colored silk jersey with al
bateau neckline. Mrs. Kay Mich-
tin's white embossed knit was
sleeveless and had a high cowl i
neckline. Red. white and blue,
trimmed the jacket of Mrs. Sylvia
Robinson's white knit pants en-
- mble,
Multi-colored geometries were
Mrs David Issenberg's choice. Her
sleeveless dress featured the jewel
-n ik.skin printed fabric inserted ; neckline and a pleated skirt, Miss
SHtlUX RUTH UfSON
I O and M IX Lifshultl
1 ite Mrs. I.-.fshullz of Chi-
ihimnus of
Senior High H
his Bachelor of Sci-
e fevm tb School ot
Iminlstration at Cornell
in June
.is of tho future
i Mr in'. Mn Isaac
Miami, and the
I Covin.
pie's forthcoming m ir-
- .-it the union of
eg closely assoclal

tor \-y< in lias server1
and where the t'ovii
ited
in the bodice.
a teal-blue silk knit pants en-
semble was seen on Mrs. Stanle;
Adler Her printed silk scarf was
I.u-ed into the neckline. Mrs, Ben
|'S knil pants outfit was il
daffodil yellow. Mrs. Nat Shen-
f.eid combined Ume and white in-
to a scroll pattern in her dress an I
matching jacket. Mrs. J eph Mil
ton's long-sleeved dn u combined
tones and shades ol gold and
brown.
Mrs. Samuel Gottlieb ch<> iftly tailored lavender moygashel boots i
1 nen with i laven ler and lime ai I
Goldie Reiss wore a white rihbod
pants suit, trimmed with silver
buttons, and accented with a navy
ind white scarf. A flamingo col-
ired pants ensemble was the
choice of Mrs Ben Friedlander.
Her bodice combined a deeper
hade with white in a scroll print.
For th is if ) HI who are still
playing the hemline game .
there were no minis skirts
seldom strayed more than a few
inches from tfie knees ... in
either direction. There were many
be seen, some maxis .
kinds oi cover-ups. from
h-lt
Milton
Berman's mink to napkins
Rophoe! Installs Slate
Beach M iyor Jay Dermer
t ,t the joint Installation
I': i Raphael Congregation and
prhooU Sunday evening at the
Up ifff
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Mrs. Ida Vinik, escorted by American Savings' vice presi-
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Alexander, prepares to depart from Miami International Air-
port on her American Savings sponsored trip to Israel.
Mrs. Vinik. of 1620 West Ave.. Miami Beach, won the trip
in a drawing held by the association in conjunction with
the opening of their new Bayside Branch office at 1200
Lincoln Rd.
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ITHURS, JUNE 17


Page 10-B
+Jel*t firrMtor
Jnday. Ju^
SOCIAL BRIEFS
bv Isabel drove
One preci il of An- ,
ea Mic-hn.-i Mm Frid
me 4. upset ttta ptana >' )Ui par-
'-. Mr and Mrs. I In ...I A. Mow
i ,;>. h arty which the)
p..mn.'i! night it
ft B.n j mor
I. anniverear) Hannah and
Hill .Mow. Ed'j parents, and (Us
:;. i btrthda) Bui nothing
I I

I v iu 7-ye tr-oM
Ii Much K:in.l\ ipp)
Myrtle Il
H irk. 11 th> U 11 -
:. ful t.i keep the m wt
ti-.i part) nioi
-..~ lerted in tin..' t"
ng ttw <\ u
Before Ma marriage on Sunday,
ine 8, to ABtBBl l-Mn. William
1 iNiter. son of Mr. and Mix. Ira
l irhtir m ii called to the Torah
at Temple B> th Ti>\ during aerv-
ei on Saturday morning. Th<-
1 -We is the daugtotl i <>i Mr. arri
'Its. -lark Lam .>f Is: m.1 Th.- imp-
I in were celebrated ;it the ie>
Mot.:
&
A Surf.-~i.i-- n al lent had ti -
'l'.tt of being awarded both
i leg].-. | .-t >r of me Heine
I ctor ol pMlnaopti) ai in-
nivei sit) "' Miami Sch 10I of
liciix rises
I
Dr. David Kirlianl Miii.m.
' Mrs. |i.-tt\ 8, Simon.
>>i!:- v.- Hj man
Si eon
The l'h I' fe waa in Mo-
: ,i struct itomy i
a preeeedi I bj n MJS in 1987
and -i B.S. in 1986. At medleal
- hool he .i> a N itional Institutes
Health il f.-llow. a
I :ri!-i- of the tn-'ilical hOfMM I
etaaai Sigma Xi and Bpallon lau
.mi ma vice president
vb; Delta EpiUot fratsrn-!
' :
Dr. Simon will intern at Jack-
al rial H -
i i t ik'- a In opht
oaj u the U-M Pal
tye It stltuti He and hi-
i hi Vndn I. Carlo
North M ;
IsVmoMhoM to "- "
.
Kuih Bream m. i -
I tl ly 1
-
h icte mux,
abe third *i>rii M
}{e-. ey to h the h
f pati or* aa Bohirta Btraggee Zag-
ar at 3191 P wri\
I
mi-.- the oner .. sfat f.ic 1971 ivinnei
f 'v Meti >. ?pern
' in- ('> in- "in in-/ I .
i K) Lyada Mudaoo I M i
>: a : i>e 17-\c. -.ii i pianist
Jhii ReHg and rfll t Chris Kurt/
I SokM 1 u-t Ora
vlillll.in
6
Delightful card from Kb** and
i.imiei t ishwin the
Sunward for short holMa; Via-
iting H tovcb
I
Uon, reiuv
lourni j s i:-
Mr. nd "-- ,rr% Sa use,
->4:> l '' St led t
I June ~
Native > Hiple
- A V -rk '
r.'.'l and cant I i 1957
Gold n itivities ii
h- ir hot in July
h.Kited i>> lh< ir chil Mr.
Mrs IV. rn ii.I \V.is. Mr. u 1 >lrs
Martin BBBBaBk, .ill of M Mr,
and Mr. Sidn-> Shane of Port-
land. Me and Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Kfetins;-r of Tankers, NY
ft- -ft
After Dae Ai Uata Confi ph
Seattle, and a It t a Sal
sro aaapaa k%aaasaeaaaav
wound mi net trip apendlng three
lavs it Pan Link with fie Allrn
WIIimiiis. i nda th whom Beyn i
and Alex traveled through Spain
I,\. \- Ttii- much touted
Art arnl Technol i
the Loa A
of Art waa me of tl
lighu of her trip
Have Fun Vacation at Remuda Ranch
And Lose Pounds at Its Summer Spa
m^H !>.>..t-4 C \i'
Mrs. Sophie Pnmalc. popular
book reviewer and lecturer will
begin the special Summer Car
net Bank of Miami Beach Book
Review Series Monday at 7:30
p.m. in the 1200 Building oi
Miami Beach's Forte Towers
where she will review "The
Kennedy Women by Peorl S
Buck.
Wometco Theatres
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LAST WEEK
HURRY!
End of School Year Picnic Set
T. mple Judea I
ai
I -n..- at M ithea i Han
Picnic area on Sun i.- S al
begin ..t 10 30 un
melud- efresh-
nvi-nts
Remuda Ranch Raaort. OAC
-' outduoi
ii iM-ii t' Uea th>- T
Pi N
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i situated I the
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thai M i;
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man Mudelman Membership Champ ,io,<*' Tow* Adds
Swimilling Pool To
Its Camp Program
Mudelman <>f Bay Hai
ilanda hM been declared the
in. mberaMp champion ol
March SI, 1971. He i nrolled 273
new membera in B'nal B'rlth dur-
ing this period.
55
'
Mi \ lH'is< n in the U7->. ar history of
B'nai B'rlth to have earned 15
"Bei r.i. ]
swai I goes i i per> s who h;i\e
signed up hi Ii asl 50 m \\ mem-
bin I Uid.i
rrent presidi I ol K
i jesl B'nai
Florida, Mr N i Ii I-
r ni the
: "i Governors i Disti ii I
1 Ii II No. 5 B'nai B'l il
; sL\t h yea
nal ional rom nissioni r ol lh< oi
- i 'ommunity and Vi t-
erans' Set C i......ssion.
Teen Volunteers Invited
-ii ,i in i
il Mi runt S.n
nvited
it tend ntation teel
I in th '' ill Viul
Snturd 10 a.m. to
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Rabbi's Son Recipient Of
Physical Fitness Award
Jt-ffrey Mitchell ScMff, ll. tbe County Pubtte Schools, ond Iwg
son of Rabbi and Mrs Solomon additior.;iI reading awards in the
Schiff, wu^t Hni- two aeriia* tJuram ot iruphns ww also )e-
ii rits oi Presidential Physical Fit- scntoii to Jeffrey.
Mai Awards at the McUlannan
Ans School
The award, which bears the
presidential seal, rends: "In recog-
nition of outstanding physical
achievement and exceptional dedi-
cation to the Id) al of a sound
mind in a strong body. My con-
i :.ii itiora to you, Jeffrey Schiff,
on this eccomplishm nt. (Signed)
Richard Nixon, Pn si lent ol the
United States." The certificati
was accompanied by patch bear-
ins the p esi h ntial al
Mn Francis K. McGIannan, the
schtNi'- t> under a.id principal, de-
n leii
to I Bl t (i, antS H )i<> ha\ I
>' in above In all the youth fit-
ttl M t Its. This is a highl
iTil since a very small per-
centagi achk ve the high stand-
luired !"' eligibilitj
A certificate "t supei lor acl
m ;.t signed by Dr E. I. Whig-
ham, superintendent >.* the Data flPfHf At. iCHiff
RANSOM SCHOOL
CO-EDUCATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL
June 21 Jury 30
The Ransom School Summer Enrichment Pro-
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preview courses they have not yet studied. It is
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_j^ W%^H^ WV" '" a*- ^ *w ** *-* *-* >** ** *-rf tarf ^rf t^- >*" ^ f^Tjl^T. L^liaj^TW
fcVEN WEIN8TEW
|p, son o^ Dr. nnd
; \\\instotn. Jr.. will be-
.ih at Temple Bi Hi
Saturday. June 11.
mi is (i seventh grade
Sova Middle School.
Mrs. Weinstein will
(inlay evening Oi
nor >>f the occasion
th. celebration will be
Iparenta, Dr. and
si In and Dr. and
..: : ,1 I rabll S,
Paul Nl I ol Miami.
i (-.. ndlln, Edward and
: I Mcago, Ul
Ralph Newton ol
Fla.
.- fy
I M< BEKDBS
. June l-'. Eric Man
Mr. and Mra. Robert I.
. come Bar Mttxvah
01 Am.
i grade student at
r High School, will
i a luncheon-reception
. in Plaza Hotel follow -
i is the grandson ol
I :\ of Miami I ch
Mi. Sol Levin of

ill \ i \ MOUUSON
ird, thi son of Mr.
:.. onard Morrison, will
- Bar Mitzvah Satur-
12. at Temple Emanu-El.
seventh grade student
- Junior Hijrri School, is
the temple's rsv
. Club.
.t will be honored
in the Algiers Hotel
. jng His sTandmoth-
\nna Koonan and Mis
will share In the
I
Mr. and Mrs whitman will host
a reception Saturday afternoon at
the Algiers Hotel in th> ii son's
honor. Among th.- honored guests
will be his grandmothers, Mrs.
Bessie Whitman a Lena
Shai I

BB1 ( E VKWM \\
- irday mornin Jui 12, at
T< mi the son >t Mi
ind Mr Jei ome N w man w ill l
4it ill
\ \ ent Hel
i' i (tends Glades Junior
Si hi il has tut n ed a num-
i in that ibject.
Th< int's | ircnts m ill host
..... S itur-
honor of th.
..... hoi ore I quests
will i" ',n. it ii. : Mrs Rosi
i Irving
l -..
ROBERT BUBEX8TEIN
Bai Mitzvah ol Robert, the
son of Mr and Mrs. William Ru-
bensti in, "ill lake pi ice Saturday,
June 12, at T mple Beth Tov.
Robeit. who is u the iperior
i .1,1 at Kinloch Junior High
School, i- an avid chess player.
The Kiddush following th. cen
monies will be hosted by the cele-
brant's pan r:ts in his honor.
Ml< HAEL COHEN
Michael, the son ol Mr. and Mrs
Myroi will bei..... a Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Menorah Sat-
in,lay morning, Jum 12
Th.' ci lebrant, a seventh grade
student at Nautilus J mioi High
School, will >>' honored at the Kid-
dush follow ing the sen Ices.

NEIL KBAMEB
Sat rdaj June 12 NeU, the son
ol Mr. ami Mrs Harry Kramer,
will I*- called to the Torah as a
I,.,, Mil it tho Young Israel
i rf Greater Miami.
Following the services, a Ki>l-
dush "ill be iponsored by Mr, and
Mrs Kt in i r for the congregation,
family and friends.
Sfeiren Morrison
Michael Cohen
Steven Barg
Richard fpfer
Stevtn Weinstein
STEVEN s< HWARTZ
Th.' Bar Mitzvah of Stew n
Schwartz "ill take ; lace during
] tin' Saturday morning servii it
Beth Toi ah I in n egat I in June 12,
Mi ii I Mrs. Melvin Schwart
will hi ; ir theii son, who is in the
. ,i i ass ii I'.- th Torah's
Hal I Wolk R lOUS School, at
1 the Kid lush follow ing the sei
3tevei ill enti r the confli n
ol 1973

HOLLY SPERLING
Hollj
of Mrs. st. iia Franki I, "ill ob-
ei. hei Bat Mitzvah at B th
rorah Con i itlon during Friday
. i : .:_ set \ lei s Juno 11.
Holly, a student in the Torah
.lass of Beth Torah's Harold Wolk
Religious Scl.....I who will become
i rm mber of the HIT", confirma-
tion lass will be honored by her
grandmother at the Oneg Snabbat
following the services.
Academy of Greater Miami and
Florida state chairman of the
American Red Magen David,
.vhich supports Israel's official Red
igencj H rand] larents
also support more than .i score oi
Israel's i lucational aiid ious
institutions, and Mr. Reinhard has
ii. en a l< ader In thi Israi I I
ampaign since Its Inception.
The Samuel Reinhards have
n t"n ambulanci s
to the people ol Israel and have |
aise i : in additional 25
Mr. Reinhard Is also a f
thi 1 lou .1- Gardi ns Jew ish : I
for the Aged and a I tundlng 11 i
'.. ..i Beth Israel Congregation,
mhose spii dual leadei Ra ibi Ili n I
v\. in. will be officiating at the
Bar Mitzvah service In Israel.
Rabbi and Mrs. Web) will be ac-
ompanied by a number of Rein-
hard familv members and friends
Refer Murray
trie Bender
.. i ai' ing as a | r i rw Kt *
tee Israel an I at tend the
- in Jerusalem. Jonathan's
ncli aunt Mr. and Mrs, Nor-
man H- inhard, will be among the
. -i s,
The celebrant is 'he yo'inc
the Reinhard grandchildren to
graduate from the Hebrew Acad-
emy of Greater Miami.
-1 IA'EN*BAKIi
rank, the son of Mrs.
s 'ton and Joseph Barg,
p..ii Mitzvah at Ti m-
. El Saturday, June 12.
rant sew nth gra
d Nautilus Junior High DOUGLAS BBOWER
won tin- President's Saturday, June 12, Douglas, the
Fitness Gold award foi n .. oi Mr ai I Mrs Daniel Brow-
jrears and placed ,,-. 8570 SW 106th Ter., "ill be-
.o-yard dash in the conn Bar Mitzvah :it Temple Tif-
i. h Junior Olympics, He ereth Jai '
DOUGLAS HEBTZ
Douglas [vffti, the son of Mrs,
Cookie B. Hertz. 1440 Campa-
mento Ave., will observe his Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning at Beth
Dat ..at ion.
The celebrant is in the seventh
mad. al Palmetto Junior High
School and plays Khoury League
baseball.
Douglas will be honored at a
luncheon In his home following the
ceremony, and at a dinner party
for his young friends in the David
Willian Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barson of
Gables-by-the-Sea. grai dparentsof
the celebrant, will help him cele-
brate the occasion.

JONATHAN REINHARD
Jonathan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Reinhard, and grandson of |
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhar I ol
Miami Beach, will become a Bar
Mitzvah at the Western Wall In
jersualem on Thursday, June 24.
Jonathan's grandfather is the
fust vice president of the Hebrew
st ling column In the
i Sports Scene" newspaper.
be honored .it a Sat-
ntng reception In the
His grandmother.
Szerlip, will be among
6 ft ft
KOItKKT MII.1.KK
. Ner Tamid Saturday
c June 12. Robert, the son
nnd Mrs. Sidney Miller, will
1 to the Torah as a Bar
it a student at Nautilus
Hum School, was the spell-
.ii of his class from the
igh the sixth grade,
lion in Robert's honor
I Saturday evening at
(T home. Among the OUt-
"is will I),' his grand-
Mary Krein. from Brook-
V
ft ft
PETER MIKRAY
Jay Murray will become
li at Temple Jud.a ot
Saturday, June 12
ol Mr. and Mrs. Donald
I Coral Catties, Peter ai
ad. hi.nor student at
I Junior High School and a
ol the Chess Club. He is
t in Boy Scout Troop
1 to help him celebrate will
Mrs. Pearl
' Mr and Mis I i onard
0 and relatives from W"
.1. I'Sey.
Kiehig
ft ft
Ull REV WHITMAN
y, the son of Mr. and Mrs
Whitman, will bee me a
ih at Temple /.ion on
1 June 12.
' at Smith Miami Jun-
hooL Jeffrev is a mem-
.im.itic Club,
Douglas is an eighth 'Trade stu-
dent at Palmetto Junior High
School. His maternal grandparents
are Mrs Nellie I i'Ni il of Ni Jer-
- > and Haro'd Donke of Wash-
ington, D.C. His paternal grand-
mother i~ Mrs. Ruth Brower of
Miami, and paternal great-grand-
father in David Heilbrun, also of
Miami
Mr and Mrs. Brower will host a
Kiddush in the social hall follow-
ing the ceremony.
ft
lll.WQII GARAZI
Btanqui, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Solomon C.ara.'i. will become
Bai Mitzvah during late Friday
evening services at Beth Torah
Congregation June il.
Th,- celebrant, who has been a
student at the Hebrew Academy
of Greater Miami for th.
three vcirs. "ill be honored by
h.r parents at the Oneg Shabbat
following the ceremony
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$7.90 FLAT RATE
CAU RAY 9454S47
aiso cHAumuK service
American Savings & Loan officials David Smith, and I. M.
Lelchuk. vice presidents, and Morris N. Broad, president,
apply official government seals to windows of the associa-
tions new North Shore branch office at 7105 Collins Ave.
The association will occupy the Burleigh location until the
permanent branch office on the corner ol Collins Avenue
and 71st Street is completed.
WANTED
Refined lody to shore lovely home
with some. B**t southwest area.
Referencei exchanged. Write W. R.
Box 2973, Miami, Fla. 33101
CANTOR OR GOOD
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Wonted tor High Holiday Services.
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Registration Still Available
Grades Kindergarten Thru 10th
Credited Teachers 9th Year Of Operation
for information call 821-2301
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Z2**Y- June u
1 Irs Maxwe!! Weisberg has
een reelected as chairman ol
e Hadassah Zionist Youth
Commission of Greater Miami.
Tie Commission sponsors
": oung Judaea, which doubled
s membership in this area last
ear.
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UGAl NOTICE
COUNTY
JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLOH'DA-IN PHOBATE
FU No. 70-6*5
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 71-1C648
gUIT FOR DIVORCE
VDHIANA \ ORTEU \.
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OTI bV PUBLICATION
Th CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Ie\ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
[OF FLORIDA IN AND FOM
DADE COUNTY.
No. 7"l-101
SUIT FO DIVORCE
ITV.H LEMBJENBACM,
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ian i RHRBNBAUK,
GlJJAs LKHRJSMRAUU
ll".-!" 7.'nd AiTimn
? ,>. Hills. N"< York
l.ll.I.IAN LUHRBNDAL'M. ar.
notified ihiii a Hill of Com-
for Dtrorce baa been Bled
u and vu ar.- required to
I n.pj of v-nur Answer ..I 11..,.I
Hi. Mill of Complaint on Hi.
nr- attorney. J JKRRV zki.t
en i_ rs Road, Miami Beach, r
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Co, nil Curl
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iron fail li In mi judgment by defaull
chum you for ih.- re-
'* demanded In Ibe inn ..f Com-
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Thi- notice Khan be publiahed
*uch iv< ... for four connecutlvi weel
In THE JEWI8H FI.ORID1AN.
DOVE AND ORDERED ii Miami,
Florii.a. ii.;.- I'Tiii day of Jiru. A I1
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i: II I.KATIIERM \V. Clark,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
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BPKON80N I.ITMAN
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Miami, Plorida I
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAML LAW
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UGAL NOTICE
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ITICE lo In.1.Kin i!IV EN iliiii
u den*iRnvd, dMlr|na to rnKHK*
ii in. -.' under tlu fictliii m nn
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11 daj of .lun- ,\ 11
II I K VTHKUM \N. I'li-rk.
.1- 1 lade 'mint) Plorida
I. HNEBDKN
DoMty Clerk
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NOTICE UNDER
FACTITIOUS NAME LAW
|-|ci: IS HERKItV m\ EN 11
.1. dealfini '" nicaai
sv under th.- flolllHaiK n.in.
i'l\ \l i;HT5, M 1' AND Mil!
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2140
FRANK B DOWLING
RE Batate f
lli:i.i:\ M PRANK
I'., raaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* al d \ Peraon* Hav-
iiim.- ,,r I mai d* A|th daid

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NOTICe OF ACTION
ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
'IDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIU ACTION
No. 71-1QZ1*
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I'.K v.AIKiol.IS.
Miff
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hen Maryrolta
iwrlmi'ii' ill
Ih Sir. 1
.. Sew V-.rk
: ii He Oahaa Mnncoh*. Hrt-
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ini iHvorce ha.N l.t-.n filial
i"u. ..n.l >ou ar.. required lo
cop) of > thi Hill of '',.,- th.-
itorney, Paul K*t ltn<)
Krln. Kwlttaay ^ Kri-
p Road Miami ll-a.h. nnrlda
lb- the 1 nrlnal Annwrr or I'I, ol
of ilit- Clerk "f Ihe
1 oui i .n ,,r ii, : '1 da)
.. 1971 If >,,u fail to d" -
'!. fautl trlO be 1
i %.. foi iio 1 ellef di i'i
111.1 of OomolaJ
hall be pabiiahed on,.
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IK IKWI8H KlAiRIDLAN
K AM. DRnRKbTD al Miami
: May A li
1 BATHRRMAX, Clerk,
urt, 1 '.ol, 1 'iiu:,i \. Plot Ida
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Y -u .,r, hereby notified and r. 10 preaenl an) rlalm* :inil demHinl*
.11 hav< aitainat the
HBI.EN M PRANK .1.....,-,,1 late
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1 .Tu,', I !. Count) nil file
dupl Ii and ;,- 1 .t -\ ld< 'I
> Plorida Statute*, li
their fflcea in tbe County i'->u''' u
in 1 lade Count) I la ivltnln ^i\
Ihi nun ,!' the
flrel I'lil'li, ., 11. 1 hereof, or the aami
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STEP1I W Y kNIi'.MT
AKTHI'll JESSE PRANK
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Pir*l I'Ul'll' niton of Ih;* i...lir*. on
Ih.- 4lh .lav of .lun. U71
SAMI 171. s rBEN
Attorn. > for Co Bxerulni -
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO 71-10055
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JCAN'A MARIA OODOT,
Plaintiff,
X*
KI-APIO OODOT.
Defendant
to i:uimi ounoY
RBMIDKNCE CNKNOWN
Y'.-u, Kl-ADlo OODOY, ur.- hereby
noufird that a Hill of I'ompuiint for)
Divorce, ha* lie^n fil.Ki aitalnst you.
.,-.,1 you are niiuiri d 10 aerve a ropy
of v.,ur AnsiAi-r or Ph-adlnK to thi' '
Hill' of Compluint on th.. Plaintiff -
attorni-y. BTRONBON A I.ITMAN':
m: Alnale) liuildinc Miami. Plorida
and filt* th- original Aii^u.-r or IMeud- 1
Ing in Ih.- office of the fl.-rk of th.' I
ir.-uil I'ourt on or before the 2nd 1
,l.i% of July |7I If you fail I" do -,.
Judrmenl by default "ill be taken
axaJnat you for th.. relief demanded
in th.' Hill of Complaint
Thi* noli,.- -hall b.- publiahed 011"
'each w.-.-k for four ron*ecutlve w.-.-k-
in THE JEWISH PIjORIDIAN
D<>NE \M> ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, thi-. Htb day of Ma) A D
I9T1
K H r.EATHERMAN, Clerk,
uu I'ouri. Dad* County. Florida
Hy 1! M KISSKE
Deputy ri. rk
fCIn mi '" "U'l Seal I
RFRi >N >N 1 ITMAN
. nalay BulkUug
Miami, Florida
!-ls
IN THE COUNTY JUUOC S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71.*7
1 KB Batata of
PRBII III AT
1 < 'rffCll.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and -Ml Peraon* Hav-
inar 'ii.ni's "i- Demanda Agalnat Bald
\,.u are hereb) notified ami requir-
ed to preaant any claims and demanda
which %"u ma) have acainat Ibe
lati : KRED r.i-u\ deceaaed late
ol li.oi- Couni), Klorlda, to the Coun*
\ Judge* i'i Dad< County, .mil file
Itii ..ni- ui duplicute and as provided
In Section 733 1*, Klorlda Btatutea, li
:i;. ir office* 1.1 ih. Count) Courthouse
111 I'.oi. i'-ir.i> Kloiida, iiiiiim ^\
1.. : 1 from ih- ini" :
thi flrel publication hereof, "r the
rtame n ill Im bai.. 1
I'.ii.il at Miami, l"i -''Hi
da) .: K, bruar) A.D IMI
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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
N. 71-10822
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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I'' CEII. i.'.-l'"l.l
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Mall ,ii' Ma
Vou t'EII- UlSl'cil.l,
Bill "i <
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and % "ii "i, required la ervi .1 1 "ji>
of your aio", 1 1 Pleadlruj i" th.
Hill of Complaint on tbe Plaintiffs
III iIIBKT II UCRNH
i:sij||i:k. S.'.u Um oln im Miami
Ih .0 1,. i'i,.i ni., .,'.,1 ni. 11......Iginal
Aii-wr or Pleading in the ofl
rb iio 1 'ircuit Court on or
o. for. Hi.- iih day of July. 1971 If
\"u fall lo no no, Judgment bj defaull
will I,.- taken agarnat you for the
I relief demanded in the Hill of Com-
plaint
'rin-. notld ahall I" publiahed once
each week i"i four conaecutive waeka
in THE JEWISH Kl/iRllHAN
DONE AM) ORDERED at Miami,
Klorlda, Ihi- 4ih day of Juio A I'
I 1971.
I E I! IJOATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, I'.ol. I'ouniv. i'Ioii.i.i
B) I. BNEJBDEN
1 leputy i"lerk
" nit I Jourt Seal)
ItOHKRi ii I'l'IIN'S
:;"." I "in |;,| ,
Miami K.'io h, Kla.
Aiiorn. > for Plaintiff
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UGAL N0TKE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT"
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 71-2016
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE
i. ACKERMAN
11.,
ro All On and All Persona Ha
ma 1 in i in...;.,.- Ataiii- 1 6

You an herel and 1
,iu 11 iirai- and I
i^ wimii have again
i',. mate oi KRANK ACKEIUI '
...... Ian : 1 iadu Count). Ki", -
, Ida 11 1) .iu lg' ol I
County, and file the game In dui
rale and as provided in Section i
1.,. Kloi 1,la Statute* th< Ir ol 11
in the Count) Courthouae In I'.'
County, PloriUBj within alx oaland 1
in"',ih- from it" 1 Ime of the fit
publication hereof, "i the Mume 1
I-, barred
I'.,.,., gi M "ii Plorida thil
daj of June, A D. 197!
J' 'SKl'll SCHMIER
As Administrator
Plret publication of tbla notice
the 41 li day ol June, Mil.
JOSEPH SCHMIER
Allorne) l"i Imitate
tea Lincoln Road, .Miami Heach, I'm
6/4-11-18-27
1 :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ih.- undcralgned, dealrlng lo engagt
in i'li-in. s. maler the ii.ii'i.-u- name
f \\i;i:i,s u.\n and package
ST< iRB al 3" N 1: Mill Stn el
Intel 1 lo 1 t r aaid name with ih,-
'li rk of thi Circuit Court ol 1 ad<
County, Plorida
JAMES II ITFTBLP and w if.-
MARY I" HATKiEl 11
Roth Hheradal ,v
':.-, k.-i man
Vtlon > s for Vpplli ai
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GEORGE GILBERT
Batate Kred Bb)U
mi ', .. dm 1.1 "In lid
illuml I- h, Kla
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2287
In RE Batata of
VIVIAN BERKLEY
1 .. a*ed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Peraon* Hav-
ing Claima or Demanda Agalnal Saul
Batate:
^ , I to preeenl an) rlalm* and demand*
whloh 1 ou may have ggalnat the *-
late "f VIVIAN BERKLEY deceased
lati of Pad. County, Plorida, i" th<
i'.,u*nty .1u1k.~ "i I'ad. County, and
fill the taint in duplicate and ,.~ pro-
vided in s..-non 7Ji.lt, Ploridu Stat-
ui. s, 111 their office* in ihe County
CourthouM in Dade County, Plorida,
within six calendar montba from the
run, :' the flral publication hereof, or
ii.. agnail a in he barn 'i
Dated at Miami, Florida, tb
day "f June. A lv i"7l
IIAIIKY BaTRKIJSY
Aa Executor
Piral puidiimloii of tin- notice on
th. mil da; "i June, 1971
K'lMMKI.. ROOBR8, I.ORHK.R
ARHENKMAN
. 1 for Executor
. Road,
Miami lb li. Plorida

NOTICE OF CTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-10852
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
^ AMAKER,
Plaintiff,
V s
Rl >S \ AMAKER,
1 ?, ida
Tl MR8. Id ISA AM A Is ER
Rout) I, Bog 17::
llo|i\ \ ill.. South Cap
Y, u Id isa AMAKER ." herebj
notified ihai a Hill "f Cnmputlnl for
I 'i\,,r. bai 1 n fib ggalnat you
and you ur.- required to aerve a cop)
of your An-u.r ,,r Pleading to M"
Hill of Complamt on the plaintiff^
y. |.| \\ and JOHN8" N P A
IK III*. i>) HuUdlng, > Wt -i Plagl-
r Street, Miami, riorida 13130 and
flic the original Anawer or Pleading
in th. office of the Clerk of Ihe I'ir-
rult "urt on or before the Ittb day
of July, 1971, if you fail t" do so.
ludgment by default will be taken
, 1 you for thi- relief demanded
n the Rill ,f Complaint
Tins notice shall h.- publiahed onoe
each weak for four conaacutlve weeks
in THE JEW I8H PI 'IlII'l W
DOSE \M> ftRDERBD it Miami.
Plorida, thi* th day of June a d
"7!
E 11 I 1: VTHKUM AN". Clerk,
Circuit Court I'adi Cnuntv. Florida
B) '' P i'"l'l'.l..\NP
Deputy Clerk
fClrcuil <" "urt Real!
DCNN and Ji 'IINSi >N, P A
41.'. Hll BVn< HuUdlng
Pk rid*
Aitot 11.-v for Plaintiff
6 11-18-15 7 :
NOTICE OF AOriON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-10900
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SANDRA K CLAYTON.
Plaintiff,
WII BON D flAVTON-,
I'. 1. iniani
I" \\ ILSON B CLAYTON
in; s Sherman, Denver, Oolora"
Y,,u. WILSON B, l.'IAYTON, a.
hereb) notified thai Bill of Con-
pbilnl for Divorce lias oeen fib I
agab >'U. and )uu are nnuir. (
10 aerve a opy of your Anawer
Pleading '" the Bill of t'omidnint 1 1
Hi. Plaintiff* attorney, BTONE
SH8TCHIN, I'I N.W 12th Avenu
Miami, l-'ioi 1 and n:. tl
original Anawer or Pleading in thee'-
ihe Clerk ol the Circuit Oou
,11 or before the !'tli day ,,f July. 197
if you fall i" do so. Judgment by d
fault mil be taken agalnat you for li
relief demanded In the Bill of O01
I'laml
Tins notice shall be published on-9
. a-'h week for four conaacutlve wei
111 THE JEM ISII KIXRIDIAN.
I" INK AND ORDERED al
Klorlda. Ihi* 1st day of Juio- A I' '.''
i: 11 I.EATHERMAN, Oerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
U) C I. AI.KX KNDER
Denut) I'l.-rk
11 'In u;i Court Bea!l
STONE a -' 'STCHIN
i"l N \\ 12th Avenue
Miami. Klorlda .
1 1-11
l' a
Kb Itney A 1< : OOP
Road,
h, Florida
r I'I..miiif
Btreei Miami. .- i", ..... ,. .. |;,u ,,f i-oni'il.iinl "i '"
, reglater aaid name witn ,,. tttorney, 1 11 MAYERS,
of the Circuit Court ol Dad) ,, s,,,. ,, ibjnrtlng. Miami. Plorldn
6/4 11 111-35
|HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71 1210
(FRANK B. DOWLING!
[NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I: Batate "t
fBUNA ANiiELA PASINO
1 KN..\\ \ AS I .EN A PASINO
ICredltora and All Paraoni H..\
'aims or Demand* Agalnal S'"1
are hereby noiitieii and re-
t" present any etftlgai '"'' do-
whl.'h vou rnnv have agalnat
flat* ,,f CARMEUNA ANOEI
FQ, Al.. 1 KNOWN \s 1 BN \
po 'I,. aai ,1 1.11,, of Dade 1' a
'ri'l.i, to the Count) -ludgea of
"UlltV. an,I f||,. (he salllo in
* and a* orovi.l, ,1 111 Bectlon
Plorida Statute*. In their of-
in the County t'ourthouar In
[tY.unty. Klorlda. within all
month* from ih* time of the
IPU'dii-Ktion hereof, or the aame
I barr*.!
fd at Miami, Klorlda. Ihi* Htb
,,Mi.v A l> 1971
l'E SKHAST1AN PABINO
I A* Admlnttrntor
f' nuhiieallon of thla notice on
Vt, '.v "f M*y. M71.
''KIN PHED
.*> for Admlnlatrator
I "agler St.. Miami. Pla.
I/M U/4-11-1B
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OfVEN thai
Ihe undcrsla.....I. desiring i"
rictltlou* name
,,f IIIIIIWAI.I' li:\VKI. IKS
, |.: |ai sm. Miami. Florida 3
intend* tl
I. rk
I'uiii.u KI
IAN FT BCC1IW M.1-
ri At'l'1'7 I. BICHBI
. 1 for Apolll ant
\\ Flagler Btre. 1
Miami. Klorida"3.1U0 _. ( M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 71-1947
IPRIMM1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE Batate of
JKNN1BOORDON,
ToDAUCredltora and All Perapni H
Ing CuUmi "r Demanda Agulnat Bald
Y,'.u are her.l'\- notified and
milr.'l t" present an> claims and
htus^ ISM SS&^
fit.- the "i" i" 'u":!l:;'',''
nrovided In Section
Florida BUtutaa. In ftdrrt
,,! l-ourthouse In Dad. > OU
--lendar in
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No. 71 -11062
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
\\ II I.I AM DITTI/ FF,
It \ MARIE II1TTI IFF,

ARTH V M VRIE I ilTTU 'I'I'.
klulli t
'A ., inui New Jei
Y hi. M \k i'h \ \i \i:ik niTTi OFF.
Ilfled ll-.'i '
1, bai I ii filed
igalnst j ii ., 1 \ -ii required to
. .. Anawer or Pleail-
Rill of Comida
re-
I.
:,l fib 'lo original Vnawer or
e hi iio office f the 1 1. rk
f the Cii mi I'ourt re Ihe
lib ,1 v fid) 1971 If ..... fail i"
11.i1.111. '.i I., di fault a III Im
task, n 11 for the relief di
m 1I1 ,1 |n Ihe H 'I "f I'omolaiiil
Thi, ,,.",, *hall b< publiahed nne<
, a, h 1 I. for four.......ItlVl ,'ks
in THE JEWISH Ft ORIDI AN
DONE VNI> fRDERED al Miami
thla 1. day "f June \ 11
1971
17 R 1 BATHEBMAN Clerk
Circuit Court, Dadi r .....i Plorida
D) '' P COPIM AND
I>. "ii'v I'lerk
11 ur! Seal)
1 l( MA ^ KHS
...,.,. < .r Plaintiff
S, c~ ,1 Building
Miami, FI01 Ida 33131
,, -
laaed
,, ih.- County
i%*. and
1 > .1
a*
'he
v
'mm
heriM
"">"fM;;\^,s,V,i'., A FlTei-Hloe
if ihi* notli
1971
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
NOTICE IS HKi.c7K> I1IVBN '
I ,1 dl -:>. "1!IIK'
Florida ,il,, s,v .'al.'iolar in. m, 11. me* of
m ,he lime of the f.rat ..uhl ...' u :HTIN,- ,-KNTI
...f. or Ihe -am.' >.' I '" "! 1 -1;! I \ ki.ixTKI'M .v INDfS
' ,' M' !' _H"rida il srl'I'LIBS al Dad County.
First nuhiieallon
the *th day of May. '"J .
SPIBC.fil.VAN AND SPIEI.K1..MAN
Attorney* for Sxecutor
19 W Flagler Street
Miami Plorida 33130 j/|f ^ n )g
Kloiida. 11 i< nd 1 regist. 1 xnld 11am'
.viili ihe Clerk of ihe 1 uii Court "I
I uuli Count) Florida
[NDl-STRtAfi si PPUES INl
ol KU'KJIiA
Itv Henili W......aub, I'r.'snl. i.t
HARRIS SIHKrW. P.A.
Attorney* for A,.l..'a!,.i;^4nig
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-10720
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
\ MBS R I 'V. 1 BR, JR .

xvil III.' illNA DWYER -. k a
\ m l'\\ VER,
11. '. ndant
|. WII 14 171.min \ nw 1EH 1
LINDA M i>w ^ BR
pi er Road
\\ ..
You WII.111:1.MINA l' YER, a k a
;i)A M DWYER, ar* hen
, ,1 thai 1 Bill I Complaint for DI-
1 hi i" n Bl I ggnlnat you,
and you ire requln 1 lo aer\ e a c< p)
1 I, Anaw r or I'I, adlng lo thi
iull of Compbtinl "ii the Plaintiff*
attorney. PAIL KWITNBY Sll VER
STEIN, KWITNBY KROOP, l
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Plor da
and file thi orii al Inawei or Ph ad
Inn in the office of the Clerk of the 1
Circuit conn on or before thi I4tb
day of .laii 1971 H >"" fail i" do ao,
htdgmi nt b) d< tault "dl '"
again*! v"ii for the relief demanded In
th. n 1! ll Cl nil'!.,im
This noil. ahall I" publlahi
. a, li week for lour conaecutlv* w.-.-ks
111 THE JEW ISII Kl.nHIlM \n
DONE AND IRDERE7D al Miami
Florida, this 3rd day of June A D
1: D 1 i:atih'.i:man'. Clerk,
1 "ir. uit Court, Dade Count >, F
; 1. RNBBDEN
!.. puty ci.rk
rClrcull ''"ini B"
p mi. KM ITNKY ,.,
RKTEIN, KWITNKY KROOP
1 '0 1 ..' Road,
Miami Bea> h. Florida
kl I'l.iintiff
is-vf- 7 :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\*OTICB IS HBBKBi GIVEN that
.1. -ii r, ,1. di airing t.....gagi
n In-....." under the fii lit leu* name
'II I'.ll I1BA17TY BAI> IN al IM)
VY Plagiar str.ei. Miami. Florida
ii. mi ler aaid name i\ ith the
Merit of th. Cinuit i'ourt of Dade
,',.unt> l"l"l nla
INE8 CASAI.I.VS
S/4-11-18-35
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY niVKV tl.
the underaigiiad, deafaing :o gngg
111 bualneaa under the fictitious nan -
of JACK s L1ERMANN ASSOC .
IATE8, P A at 4:'fi Lin. oln Roa"
Suite 7'' Miami Item il, Florida 331 I
Intend* i" regiatar said name w
ih.- Clerk of th. Clircult Court *
Dade Count). Kloiida
jack s LIBBMANN, JD.
6/4-11 -ll-W
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-10856
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SYLVAN!A Sl'TTON.
Plaintiff,
Vs
THOMAS SITTi'N JR..
1. fendgnt
ii' Mr Thomas Button, Jr
. 7 Baal a\, nue
Akron. 1 Ihto
You. Till'MAS BUTTON, JH I
[hereb) notified thai a BUI <' Con
I Dlvorci haa bean fib I
1 ..ii and you ai, required
serve a cop) of your -Viiswer or I'I,
hi Bill "f Complaint "ii tl
Plaintifr* .iiii'ii" < I'l'NN
IOHNSON P .v 116 Blacayne Bull
Ing, 19 ,\ 1 |or Street. Mian-
d file the
\ '" pi. adlng in the 1 flee
il 1 ;.-, k ,,i thi Cin im ''"urt on
thi nth das "f July, 1971
, 1 lk-ni, nt by d< fau
.ii he taki 'i agalnal you for tl
r, Hi 1 tb mantled In the BUI al 1
put '
, ach week for f"Ui ronae. ullvi
.1 THE JEWISH Fl-ORIDIAN
... ,\ |- i\n iVRl iBRBD at Mlai
, thla 14th day of June A
.71
17 It l.KATHKKM.W. Clark,
1 i Court, Dade County, Flortdi
B) '' P Ci iI'Kl.AM'
Deput) ci.rk
UI Rl ill
DCNN .....I Jl >H M8< IN, P A
in 1 i\ 11, Building,
Miami, Kloi Ida 3S1S0
Attorney, for Plaintiff
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-2175
JOHN R. 8LANTON
In RE Eatate of
ME. BR FRANK
I.........I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To aii Credlton nd All Person., mi
Ing Claim- or Demands Against Sa
You are hereby notified and r.qui
.-.I I., preaenl any elitim* and deragm
which mu niav have against th,
MEY'ER FRANK dl
. 1 11. ,1, 1 oiiniy. Florida, '' 'i
"ii i) Judge* ,.f l'ade County, ai
. ri duplii at" 1" 'i aa pn -
m1.i1 11. So. lion 731.16, Floriila Stair.
Ih.ir offi.es 111 the Count
Courthouai In Dade County, Florida
within 1 li dar months from 11
.:,,,,. ol iio flral publication hereo'
name will burn 'i
Dated ;ii Miami. Florida, thli 171
daj "i May, v.I' I Ml.
I>A\ IP .1 FRANK
\* I7ve. utor
Kirn publication of this notice on the
Mth da) "f June, 1*71.
STANl KY M I'ltl'D
for atee< utnr
Si'l-V".', Had.' Federal HuUdlng
Miami. Florida 1131711
6/11-18-26 7/2


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