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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

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lirewisHi Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WltKLY
Dluiri^
e 44 Number 17
Miami, Florida Friday. April 23. 1971
Price 23c
FOR TOTAt OF 80
What's happening here.



REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY
I think it's time now to report to the community on
some significant developments observed during this year's
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign.
All in all, the response has been quite good. The latest
report shows more than a 63* increase over the same
cards for 1970. At this point, we have a total of $5,163,689,
compared to last years 53,241,728 from the same con-
tributors.
These increases have occurred in all levels of giving;
many donors in the $100 category have now moved up to
$500. Others previously in the $500-$ 1,000 group are now
giving from $2,50O-$5,000.
Unfortunately, we will not be able to meet our goal of
fulfilling the monetary needs of our local agencies and ot
Israel, even with such fine gifts. The success of the cam-
paign is now in the hands of those who have not yet signed
their pledge cards.
If you are one of this group I urge you to do your
fair share. Ask yourself: Will I live any differently if I make
a meaningful commitment for 1971?
Jy/era Chmirman: Joseph H. Kanter
Greater Miami Jewish Federation s
1971 Combined Jewish Appeal
and Israel Emergency Fund Campaign
Swiss Engineer On Trial For Selling
Plans Of Mirage Engine To Israel
l.At'SANN E, Switzerland
(JTA> Alfred r'rauenknecht.
a 44-year-old engineer, has gone
on trial here for selling Israel
the secret plans for a Mirage
jet engine manufactured for a
Sw iss firm.
The trial opened in the Fed-
eral Criminal Court, Switzer-
land's highest penal court. Frau-
enknecht pleaded guilty to the
facts, but not guilty of having
committed a breach of law. His
defense attorney said he would
ask for acquittal on the grounds
that his client had acted to help
a "friend in trouble," namely
the State of Israel which was
denied delivery' of 50 Mirage
jets it had bought in France.
Frauenknecht, who did not
deny that he accepted $200,000
in Swiss frances from Israeli
agents for the Mirage 3-C en-
gine plans, is charged with eco-
nomic and military' espionage
which carries a maximum
p, nalty of 20 years Imprison-
ment at hard labor. A former
employee of the Sulzer firm.
Which manufactured Mirage 3-C
jets for the Swiss Airforce un-
der license from the Dassault
firm of Fiance, the defendant
told the five-man tribunal that
his Israeli "friends" appealed to
him for help during a difficult
period." He said that in April,
If J8 he met with Israeli Brig.
Gen. Menachem Kain at the Am-
bassador Hotel in Zurich, he
told the court, and later passed
on to Israel some 200.C30 docu-
ments and blue-prints which de-
scribed in detail how to build
the "Atar" engine. All of the
documents were originals, he
siid. and were smuggled out of
Switzerland in 24 crates. Thev
were picked up by Israeli agents
in West Germany.
U.S. Phantoms
Sent To Israel
By Special Report
WASHINGTON According
to administration officials here,
the United States has delivered
eight of the 12 F-4 Phantom
jets it had decided to furnish to
Israel last fall in order to main-
tain Israel's balance of power,
and is considering a request for
more.
Sources said the latest request
stems from Russia's shipment of
nearly 200 jet aircraft to the
United Arab Republic since the
first of the year and the recent
introduction of a small number
of its most advanced fighters,
believed to be MIG-23s.
Deputy Premier Yigal Allon
told reporters upon his arrival
in Washington Tuesday that the
military balance of power in the
region has l>een affected by the
Soviet shipments U> Egypt, but
said Israel was making no "new
requests" for additional equip-
ment for the time being.
The new Federation planned
by Egypt. Libya and Syria may
also affect the balance of power,
obsei v.-rs say, in view of th.'
fact that France has contracted
to deliver 100 Mirage jets to
Libya. French Foreign Ministry
officials claimed, however, that
Paris would block delivery of
the planes if it found they were
going to other countries.
F-4 deliveries reportedly have
been made at the rate of two
per month. The remaining four
are scheduled for delivery next
month, to bring the number of
F-4 Phantoms sold to Israel by
Washington during the last three
years to 80.
Six reconnaissance versions of
the F-4. part of a commitment
made by President Johnson, are
also being delivered this year.
The last ot the six is scheduled
to arrive later this month, it
was reported.
Counterspies Catch Five
French-Trained Saboteurs
Storms, Unseasonable Cold
Plague Israel; Crop Damage
Estimated Near $1.5 Million
TEL AVIV tJTAi Rain,
hailstorms and unseasonably low
temperatures have plagued Is-
rael for seven consecutive days.
A Ministry of Agriculture
spokesman placed crop damage
at $1.57 million, sustained main-
ly by vegetables and fruit-.
In the hills of Galilee the tem-
perature dropiH'd below the
freezing mark two nights in suc-
cession, and overcoats were re-
quired for comfort out of doors.
In addition, roads all over the
country have been flooded or
blocked by unrooted trees and
downed telephone |>oles.
JERUSALEM (WNS1 Five
French trained saboteurs, work-
ing for Arab terrorists, have
been arrested by Israel's coun-
ter-espionage service. A po
sp kesman said the arrests fore-
si died a wave ol sab rtage ai I
terror in Israel including a plot
to hijack a TWA airliner in
flight from Lydda to New Y irk
The first arrests were n
at Lydda Airport on April 11
when two sisters, Nadia
\i idi Bardly, aged 26 and
21, were caught with forged
passports and various kinds of
.\ losives. The girls were mem-
bers of the Popular Front for
the Lib,", at ion of Palestine in
France. Their father is Moslem
and their mother Christian.
The following day police ar-
rested 26-year-old Evelyne Brage
at Lydda Airport. She is a Ger-
man lK>rn-French resident PFI.P
member who reportedly admit-
ted sabotage in a West Euro
country and was one of the
pie who planned the air hijack-
ing of last September.
Two French tourists, Pierre
Burghalter, 69, and his wife
Edith, 60 vere arrested by po-
a [*< A\ iv hotel last week.
Th '\ possessed high exp
and the most sophist ted sal
. vn in Is-
i T !, of cl ithing 5 'ik-
ed in a liquid, which, when ,i
b 'come exi Polii
Burghalters, who were :
$2,000 to C "limit acts of -
t ige In Israel, planned to leave
the impregnated articles in
schools and other public places.
Turjeman said details of the
sabotage plot were also passed
on to Interpol. and resulted in
the arrest of a group of tei
Uttg in Rom .
Lt. Galley Made Scapegoat To Cover
Corruption, CCAft President Charges
BOSTON (WNSi Rabbi
Roland B. Gittelsohn, president
of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis, has charged
that Lt. William Callev is being
I'sed as r "scapegoat" to cover
up atrocities and corruption by
the U.S. military in Vietnam,
and drew a parallel between
his case anil that of Capt. Alfred
Dreyfus who was unjustly ac-
cused of revealing French army
secrets to the Germans in 1891
because "the French army at
the end of the 19th century
needed a scapegoat to disguise
its own Incompetence ami cor-
ruption.
"Let us not forget, however
painful the remembrance, that
our American army. too. suffers
from typical military corrup-
ts, n," he said. "The one way t>
insure that Lt. Callev does not
indeed become a scapegoat .
is to see that every American
military man who committed
atrocities against civilians any-
where is apprehended and con-
victed."


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Friday. April 23, 1971
Israel Bonds Strengthen
Economic Ties With U.S.A.
If Israel has rendered a vital
servioMa mans ol the m*wrr n;
t:on-. througti .',n programs of eco-
imic guidance, ii has in turn been
the beneficiary oi participation in
its development by American In-
stm and bus nessmen.
sii. the tdvent of the Israel
Bond drive, many American corn-
en encouraged to
tin in the country's industrial de-
velopment, and 41 of the top 500
corporations in the United States
have opened industrial plants in
Israel. Scores of other American
:irms have est tblishc I fa -tunes in
Israel or have made investments
Israeli enterprises, often in part-
enhip with Israeli businessmen.
Promini nt American concerns
ive invested in Israel in a wide
ark ty of fields, including auto-
bi'\ ei ages, < indy, cheml-
catai cosmetics, hotels, machinery,
paper, plastics, radios, recordings,
-hoes, st el, ti lephone :, I t?le\ ision,
Miles and tires.
To a extent, the pioneer-
i ig development projects financed
,-ith the aid of Israel Bonds ere-
te promotion of such private invest-
ments in Israel.
In recent years, encouraged by
the growing involvement of U.S.
firms in Israel and the widespread
support which its Israel Bond pro-
gram has received from American
Jewry and the American public
generally, the government of Is-
rael has held a number of eco-
nomic conferences to stimulate ad-
ditional capital investment in its
future development among new
groups of American financiers and
business leaders.
One of the most impressive indi-
cations of the scope of Israel's
fc it
achievements, and the increasing
measure of stability which char-
acterizes its economy, has been
the heightened response by Amer-
ican banks md other financial in-
stitutions to the opportunity to in-
vest in Israel's development
through Isr lei Bonds.
Israel imports more goods and
services from America than from
any other nation in the world. It
is worth noting that a large pro-
portion of the funds provided
through Lsrae! Bonds remains in
the United States, where it is
used to repay loans and pay foi
the machinery and equipment
which Israel purchases hen'.
Scopus Lodge To
Install New Slate
The annual installation banquet
. nd induction of new officers and
members will be held by Scopus
Lodge 2718, B'nal B'rith at 7 p.m.
Sunday, April 25, in the limbers
Restaurant, 245 22nd St., Miami
. teach.
Allan P. Wilson, of 407 Lincoln
RdL, a CPA will start a second
term as president; vice presidents
taking the oath of office will be
Arthur H. Hertz. Irving Green-
berg, Morris Jacobson and Mur-
ay Kirschner. Officers will also
nclude Nea] Slade. treasurer,
Harold Bamberg, financial seer -
tary and Robert Weinreb record-
ing secretary. About 100 persons
ire exiH'cted to attend th" dinner.

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S nee the in tion I the Isi icl Bond program, the spiritual
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function for Israel Bonds; members of the rabbinate provide
inspiration and key leadership to the Israel Bond Organization.
Dr. Irving Lehrm.in. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI,
serves as chairman of the board of governors of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization. Dr. Leon Kronish. Rabbi of
Temple B-th Sholom. who served as Greater Miami Israel Bonds
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spiritual leader of Temple Mcnorah is chairman of special events
of trv> Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization. Dr. Eugene
Labovitz and Dr. Joseph R. Narot are key members of the exec-
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+J*wisi> FhridHain
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eater Miami Marks Israel's Birthday
Bltariei from throughout the
md nation will join Miami
sh community leaden in mark-
he occasion when the Greater
lami Jewish community Cele-
bes the 23rd anniversary of
[rael's Independence Sunday night
Hi a eomniunity-wid'.- dinner in
Ihc Fontainebleau Hotel.
Hi ading the galaxy of noted
Ipuests will be Israel's Ambassador
|.,, the United States, His Excel-
pney Yit/hak Rahin. The princi-
pal address will he delivered by i
Sen. Henry M. Jackson ID-Wash.I.1
Senator Jackson has served in
the Senate for 30 years and has
been widely mentioned as V pos-
sible "dark horse" Democratic
presidential candidate. Notables
taking part In the program will
also include Florida's Sen. Kdward
J. Gurney.
During this event, the Shield of
Israel Award will he conferred up-
United Fund Approves
Additional Programs
Frederick E. Roach, president of.
the United Fund of Dode County,
Has announced that as a result of
[ the highly successful United Fund's
1970 campaign, the executive com-
tnittee approved the following ad-1
| dition.il new programs, in addition
to the continuation of the Fund's;
multiple services:
Funding of the "Accion Com-'
munity Center," through the
Greater Miami Coalition, as pro-;
posed by Dr. Bernardo Bcnes, for
a six months' trial period, to pro-
! vide urgently needed social and
community services to families in
the Little Havana area.
Provided for a new Boys' Club
and a special Explorer Scout pro-
gram in the ghetto area, as well
as a special YMCA summer camp
program for under-privileged chil-
dren to combat juvenile delin-
quency.
In addition they provided for
expanded Salvation Army facili-
ties for both the men's and women's
lodges, a United Health Foundation
program to combat alcoholism.
and enabled the Family & Chil-
dren's Services to extend their
facilities to better provide for the
people in South Dade County.
Mr. Roach expressed the pro-
found thanks of the United Fund
agencies to the people of Dade
County who made the campaign
the best in the nation and ex-
pressed the hope that the services
delivered by these funds can meet
the same high standards previously
adhered to.
on William L. Pallot, chairman of
the board of Inter National Bank,
who is a noted civic leader, hu-
manitarian and leader in behalf
of Israel.
Governor Reubin Askew is hon-
orary chairman; Richard A. Pallot,
president and chief executive of-
ficer of the Inter National Bank,
is serving as chairman. Other dis-
tinguished leaders heading the
preparations for the Israel Inde-
pendence Day Dinner are James
M. Albert, chairman of the Israel
Bond Organization. Dr. Irving
Lehrman, chairman of the board;
Dr. Leon Kronish, national vice-
chairman: Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz, chairman of special events;
Samuel Friedland and Leonard
Rosen, honorary cochairmen.
The 7 p.m. dinner in the Grand
Ballroom of the Fontainebleau
Hotel, will be preceded by the an-
niversary reception in honor of
the distinguished guests at 6:30.
A festive program is being ar-
anged with Israeli entertainers
and music provided by the Lenny
Dawson Society Orchestra.
A highlight of the celebration
will be the kindling of Israel's me-
norah of statehood, paralleling the
celebration in Israel. The candles
will be lit by community leaders
who have been in the forefront of
events on behalf of Israel Bonds
during the past year. Honorees.
chairmen and other leaders of
these events will bo accorded spe-
cial distinction during this cere-
mony.
William L. Pallot. who will l>c
the recipient of the Shield of Is-
rael Award in recognition of his
"outstanding service in the en-
deavor to strengthen Israel's econ-
omy so necessary to achieve peace
and security," is one of Florida's
distinguished business and civic
leaders.
Mr. Pallot has held such impor-
tant offices as chairman of the
Miami Public Works Authority and
of the Miami Parking Authority,
and vice chairman of the Dade
County Planning Advisory Board.
He is a member of the executive
committee of the Dade County
Charter Board, the Board of trus-
tees of the Dade County United
Fund, the hoard of directors of
the Greater Miami Criminal Com-
mission and serves as chairman of
the Florida Regional Board of the
Anti-Defamation League. A trus-
tee of Temple Emanu-El, he has
sewed on the board of the Jewish
Family Service for many yean-
| and is a past president of the
i Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
The Hon. Yitehak Rabin, Israel's
Ambassador to the United
States, will represent his gov-
ernment at the seventh annual
Scrlute to Israel Parade in New
York Sunday, marking the 23rd
anniversary of Israel's state-
hood a dramatic pageant de-
picting the history of the Jews
with 40 floats, marching bands
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Volume 44
Friday, April 23, 1971
Number 17
28 NISAN
Two Outstanding Anniversary Events
Throughout this next week organizations of varying
sizes will hold their own celebrations as Greater Miami's
Jewish community joins with others in all parts of the world
on this joyous occasion, and two events of outstanding
quality will be included in the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity's celebration of the 23rd anniversary of Israel's
Independence Day.
This Sunday, Florida's Governor, Reubin Askew, and
its Republican United States Senator, Edward Gurney, will
join with Democratic Senator Henry Jackson of Washing-
ton at a dinner in the Grand Ballroom of the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel under the auspices of the Israel Bond Orga-
nization. Add to this impressive display of American po-
litical support for Israel Ambassador Yitzhak Rabin and
Greater Miami's outstanding Jewish leaders. Their pres-
sence will make Sunday night's event one which will live
long in the memory of our community.
On Thursday, April 29. the Miami Beach Auditorium
will be the setting for an area-wide celebration of Inde-
pendence Day under the auspices of the American Zionist
Federation. Senator Birch Bayh of Indiana will be the
major speaker of an evening that will be devoted to the
spirit of Israel in this 23rd year of its statehood.
Douglas Gardens Celebrates
The Douglas Gardens Home for the Aged is one of the
cornerstones of the Greater Miami Jewish community. An
agency which has received national recognition for its
pioneering efforts in providing an environment for the
elderly which goes far beyond the nursing home concept,
Douglas Gardens this weekend celebrates its 25th anni-
versary of distinguished service.
Both the lay and professional leadership of the agency
are to be congratulated for their efforts which do credit to
the Jewish values inherent in the proper care for our aged,
whatever their station in life.
Agreement Attests Their Concern
An understanding has been reached, as all of us had
hoped, between the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and
the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith in interpretation
of fund-raising policies. The community is the better for it.
As we pointed out when the dispute became a public
issue last February, there was room for intelligent com-
promise in both positions. That agreement has been reached
attests to the over-riding concern of both Federation and
ADL for unity at a time in our history when it has never
been more important.
A Strange Course Of Action
For the Jewish War Veterans to appeal to President
Nixon to give consideration to granting clemency to Lt.
Calley seems a strange course of action for this organiza-
tion based as much on Jewish principles as the special
interests of veterans.
No people are more concerned with genocide than the
Jews and if Calley is a scapegoat who obeyed orders of
higher-ups his own guilt is still as clear as that of Eichmann,
if not on the same scale. The tragic fact that this country
is the only major power which has not signed the United
Nations Genocide Treaty, is deplored by every Jewish
organization, including the Jewish War Veterans.
American soldiers are not trained to kill every living
thing, even under the peculiar stress of the Vietnam war;
to give even implied support to such a policy under the
guise of "clemency" is to give support to genocide if, as in
the case of the six million Jews, the killers were obedient
only to orders from their superiors. Neither international
nor American law upholds this point of view and it is dis-
heartening to see a Jewish organization d^rart so radicn"v
from our tradition of humane treatment of those innocents
caught in the teeth of war.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON There are
various ways to indicate the
present loneliness of Richard
M. Nixon, but there is no real
way to measure it. it is prob-
ably too great to precisely
measurable.
One Indication the Pn si-
dent s loi nem-
I bis Cabinet
secretary of d if< run know the
I lent tailed dec
It iut further troop withdrawals
from Vietnam before the Cabi-
nel met ting just prior to his
si cii on Wednesday.
l-> THIS TOWN leaky us a
with a Cabin t not nota-
,., th President evi-
dent]) felt compelled to
- to Hie guiding
h the facts in h
ms in
total ition; ind these
u. y, m n disc os" d when al-
r dy fin il.
v.. .!. | ,- if this pros
/UPS-
"... and I parlicular-lu abhor their plunderouS Kab'.XS."
Comment
The dilemma of American edu-
cation at this point in history
is illustrated in many ways in
the little drama that is taking
place in Tallahassee. With the
center admittedly in shambles,
the confrontation between the
extremes of right and left seems
almost inevitable.
Attempts at radical change in
any area of American life are
always met with what might be
termed counter-revolutionary
methods. It isn't that "Radical
Jack" Lieberman is teaching a
course in socialist revolution at
Florida State University that dis-
turbs some of our State Sena-
tors but the fact that the course
is being given outside the nor-
mal controls of the university
and, by extension, outside the
control of our |x>litical leaders.
THK LOGICAL reaction of
the political right-wing is a
"witch-hunt" as proposed by
Dade County's Senator Robert
Haverfield. As unhappy about
the condition of education as
the left, the response of people
like Haverfield apparently is to
atlack free inquiry, to narrow
the options of a university which
by definition must be a |
of light, of liberty and of learn-
ing if it is to survive.
The educational reactionaries
also view our present system as
a failure because it is not pre.
paring its products for what
they regard as the American way
of life, They are ready to put
Je in jail fur refusing to
>rm, including university

i
who advocate overthrow of the
government or school disrup-
tions. Such a bill has been ap-
proved by Haverfield's commit-
tee, among others in this session
aimed at restricting academic
freedom.
COMPULSORY education dic-
tated by political realities rather
than the needs of the students
flows naturally from a system
of compulsory attendance in the
opinion of the radical school re-
formers. Tile school is a social
microcosm as useless, purpose-
less, and also, as unalterable as
the solar system. In his newest
hook, James Herndon tells us
that the "fundament of the
school, even before dinners and
losers, is that everyone has got
to go there."
"If kids in America do not go
to school they can be put in
(ail ... If their parents do not
* e that they go to .school, the
parents may be judged unfit
and the kids go to jail. You go
to jail. All the talk about moti-
vation or inspiring kids to learn,
'M Innovative courses." ,iS the
FSU experiment with Lieber-
man and others, are nonsense
iccording to Herndon because
there is no wav to know if stu-
dents are really interested or
not "No matter how bad the
! is, it Is better than jail"
'i ii his point of view.
THE CRUNCH on the public
'' "' system is c iming from
Bides. Last year school
I budgets were voted down
'' 52* of the local elections
isted with onlj
' "' **c The eui-
backs in the !'! irida edu.
idential loneliness |g i
fact thai s, veral of the White
House staff membi rs h come
close to panic in the ; s
polita-.il atmosphere. The h,
unflappable -v>>n In Mr. j
OUtl r Office, Robert !l
h i- ii nl to use fairly str I ;.
to rally soi
in the wiii: House -<
STILL ANOTHER sij
loneliness Is th
fact thai the Pn -
pre'ty close to Dienti it,
with considerable franki in
hii i irt to t
trj Alt .'i; r, wh thei
you agree with his |
you have to admire th 'i
gut s. For it must take I
i o forward aim it
on what he believes is th<
(..-use for the country.
The real meaning of th( -
[dent's speech, of coin--
that he means to go foi
come hell or high water, a th
the orderly Yictnamizatwn of
the war. A good summary
speech is the remark of CS.
Grant at the culminating i
of our Civil Wai "We'll til l
out on this line if it takes ill
summei "
IN THK PRESENT case, alas.
it will take considerably lot
than all summer. The mafn rea-
son is thai Vietnamization was
hardly even conceived of. much
less properly prepared for. un-
der President Johnson, and was
then the subject
cheating in Presid
own Defense Dei
onnson, ann was
I of active initi *)
resident Nixon'8%
epartment. \
As a result, the South Viet*
Continued on Page 13-A
by EDWARD COHEN
budget this year are inevitable,
the question being only how
much will be slashed.
The hue and cry will come
only from the teachers but they
are no longer in a strong bar-
gaining position there is a
definite surplus of teachers now
and that makes a buyer's mar-
ket for a change.
ALL THIS concerns the radi-
cal reformers little for they be-
lieve that kids should not have
to go to school at all if they do
not wish it or attend "free
schools" which, in contrast to
the control-minded public schools
desired by the Haverfield*,
stress the freedom of the stu-
der ts In the last year alone,
some 1,200 of these schools have
been registered and money is
no problem, or not much of one
if everything I read Is so.
The schools charge little if
any tuition, their setting! are
city storefronts, barracks, un-
used country barns and the like,
and the staff is made up of low-
paid teachers who have rejected
the system and middle class par-
ents dissatisfied with the public
schools.
It doesn't t ike much to see
thai while their motivation is
different and they really can
never be allied, the right and
the left together have en d
a situation for which neith l it
tins point Ins satisfactory
answer Maybe there is no fu-
ture for public rikK
America, but we hope that 'he
......eh for it is not marred by
Mci 'arth\ -like Investigations
such B8 Sen. Haverfield plans.
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fJenisfi Hcricilan
Friday. April. 23. 1971
-c\S
Max Lerner
Sees It
NEW YORK It's rough going on the Broadway stage if
you're knojra to bo Number Oik-. I igw Kdward Albee's "All
Over." louiul it UtoptU a majority of the critics) a striking if un-
fulfilled play, and marveled at how perilous the American theater
i- for the established playwright even more than for the
f- dgling.
"AB Over" is not a play about death: Albee is still too young
to write about death with the hatred and exultation it demands.
I- is a pi iy about the lite around a deathbed. At this arrested
! omeni of time al the death-watch by wife, mistress, daugh-
son, best friend, doctor, nurse you get not the overview
ol the man's lile but glimpses of the lives of those waiting for
li m to die. But the harrowing thing, more harrowing than death
itself, is that the life around the deathbed is itself a form of
ul death-in-life.
ALBBE In too much i vetei in craftsman to push his point.
11 i raking t;'.;.\. but nol lugubrious. The conversation is witty,
> \ : '. rambunctious, wandering, at times stilted, often per-
\ rse. George Bernard Shaw's plays of ideas are comprised of
i Ik full Of parad >x. Albee likes reminiscent talk to light up
I Fe's cruelties and absurdities. You settle back and let the talk
p over you like a not-so-gentle wave.
If you think talk must always point up to some dramatic
action, this is nol the play for you. The action, what there is of
i-. Is interior. In a flawless piece of acting and production the
i ipier-play is verbal, the wounds and sears arc in the mind, the
cruelties are done before your eyes (especially the mother's to
her daughter and son) while tin* characters sit almost as still
as in O'Neill's masque-like plays. Some playwrights throw their
1 ties away, but Albee seems so confident of what he could do
til he chose i with theatrics that he throws his action away.
Tins IT ISN'T TIIK KIM) of play where you see the
characters growing and changing in their conflicts with each
other. Bui you sec unforgettably how they have become
. bat they are. One of the points Albee is making is how iso-
lated we are. how caught in the prison of our past and its spent
dreams and its hurts. A captive, unwilling group gathered of
necessity like Sartre's people in their hell, these people reveal
as much of themselves as they know how, never quite facing
\v hat they have done to each other and to themselves.
We are left with something which, if not pity and terror,
i- at least an overwhelming sadness. If the critics (except for
c ... Barnes and Harold Clurman) have been unsparing of
Albee, one must add that Albee has been unsparing to life. None
of our important playwrights, from O'Neill to Beckett, Pinter
and Albee, have been particularly happy people. One could twist
O'Shaughnessy's great line, "What was he doing, the Great God
Pan,/Making a playwright out of a man?"
-v it
THE TROT BEE WITH being in Albee's position this was
tiue once also of O'Neill, Hellman, Miller and Tennessee Williams
is that the critics and audiences want you to strike "12" each
tine you write a new play. They love the sweet smell of a sure-
fire hit. In our witless concern only with the individual piece of
work, we forget that a new play is part of an arc of development.
We are too hurried to study its place in the arc.
If O'Neill were alive and had just written and produced
Moon, for the Misbegotten." or "More Stately Mansions." most
cities would cut it and him into little pieces, and say he
h id become the club bore. But O'Neill was what he was Because
i :eh play was neither victory nor defeat, but a continuing war
W 1th himself.
-ft- -to
WK HAVE ENOUGH DISTANCE now to see what has
h ippened to the American theater during the past decade of
Storm. The prices have zoomed, as have wages and demands; the
economics of Broadway are still impossible; the critics still exert
ti>o much power in a too centralized media situation. The "revo-
lutionary" plays have largely proved to be duds: the regional
theater never really took off. The black playwrights have an
anger to express and something to say, and some will come
through.
Somewhere between the theater of entertainment, the theater
ol ideas, the theater of the propaganda platform, the theater as
outrage, and the theater as participatory therapy, the young
playwright of today has to find his confused way. But there is
enough experimental work off-Broadway and off-off to convince
this theater huff, for one that a new breed of playwrights along
v, ith the established ones, like Albee, can bring it off.
After all the screaming obscenities of language, after the
hair and the wearisome nudity, after the cacophonies, we may
get a rcassertion that the theater has not become, like opera, a
museum piece, but u> still the greatest of the performing arts.
\axborou9n'
otion
GOOD
Federation's New Offices Built
Entirely By Century Club Funds
\ Construction on the new Greater
I Miami Jewish Federation at 4200
' lliscayne Blvd. is proceeding as
planned with an occupancy date
tentatively scheduled on or about
May 15, according to Milton Weiss,
Federation president.
The entire cast of the Federa-
tion building is being funded by
the Century Club, a group of 100
community leaders who have each
pledgi d $10,000.
Joseph II. Kanter, general chair-
1971-1972 Officers
Being Installed
By Beth Sholom
Officers and directors for 1971-
7! will be elected and installed by
Temple Beth Sholom, its Brother-1
hood and Sisterhood at the annual
congregational dinner scheduled t'l
begin with an S p.m. cocktail and
supper party Saturday.
Eli Katzin will be installed for
a second term as president of tin-
congregation by Dr. Leon Kronish.
Beth Sholom'S spiritual leader; he
will also preside as the other offi- j
cers and board members take
their oaths of office.
The keynote address, "Being
Jewish in a Protestant Society,"
will be delivered by Rabbi Stanley
Ringler, Hlllel House director at
the University of Miami; Cantor
David Conviser will present the
musical portions of the program.
ma* f the 1971 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign and chairman of the Cen-
tury Club, pointed out that a pub-
lic "campaign to raise funds for the
construction of this building was
ruled out because it might affect
the vital CJA-IEF campaign.
"Each Century Club member."
said Mr. Kanter, "nol only pledged
his continued support ol the CJA-
[EF campaign, bul the 1971 c un-
paign commitments of Centurj
Club members are substantial^
in,-leased comp ired to what thes
same men contributed to the 1970
irt."
According to Mr, Weiss, th<
etary need- of our local agencies
and of Israel are not in the hands
of members of the Century club
who have more than committed
themselves, but in the har.ds ol
those who have not yet made a
pledgi to th 1971 CJA-IEF cam-
paign.
Samuel Adler, Stanley Arkin
an I Robei I Miller, three ot Grc it-
er Miami's prominent general con-
tractors, formed a consortium
which was responsible for the COI
strut tion phase of the b lilding
Mr. Weiss noted. These three me
contributed their effort.-, as a com-
munity service, and through thei
,* and purchas n
were able to hold down cosl.. .
the community money an I j .
achieve in outstanding bui! II
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Friday, April 23, 1971
*Jenisti ftoriciia/r
Page 7-A
AT TECHNION BRUNCH
Professor Discusses
World Water Problem
Professor Alberto Wachs dean
1)1.;, GiNiVt 1-kwnuering Faculty
, i \'',- TechnJon-Iarae] Institute of
lology, aiKi Internationally
in-, (-spert <>n water treatment,
anitary environmental engi-
I i gave an address at a re-
unch on water problems in
and other parts of the world
I c h.> has Ix-en a consultant
', wapicea of the World
!> Organization of the United
oils.
Dr. WadlS, who has been tour-
ing cities in the United States in
connection with a symposium se-
.-, sponsored by the American
rechnlon Society at ma.jor United
- universitiea, is the son-in-
Invt of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bcrn-
tein, Miami Beach residents. (Mr.
Bernstein is a long standing Na-
H ii Board member of the Amer-
ican Technion Society!.
Another speaker was Lord Kd-
n Samuel, noted British sociolo-
nd Keonomic Kxchance Pro-
essor at the University of Miami,
.ml the son '>f late Viscount Sam-
uel who IS ihe first British I lien
rrissioner under the Pales-
itand ite after World War 1
Lord Samuel, a graduate of th"
i p] [nsl itute of Tech*
nolo ke of h;s own exoe-
[srael, where he spends
., gi tt di il f his time.
! i i Baljel direct r of Dndo
County Poll ition Control,
b .i|i th f-.'ture of Pollution I'on
trol in D.ide County, and Robert
Steytlar, Dade County Water &
S wage Control Commissioner
spoke about the many problems
in tliis field (iue to the fantastic
population growth in Dado County
at the meeting, which was chaired
by Mr.. Bex-nslcin; a weleaminB ad-
drese was given by Jacob Rifkin
president of the South Florida
Chapter of the American Technion
Society.
Many prominent Miamians were
present, including Mr. and Mrs
M. A. Baskin. Mr. and Mrs. Morri>
Berman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry I)e
Jur. Mrs. Rickie Dople. Mrs. Ber
nard Bayglad, Mr. and Mrs. So'
Entln, Dr. and Mrs. Max Frocht
Mrs. Ann Girbelnick. Mr. and Mrs.
D. Lou Harris. Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Kahn. Mrs. Harry Katz, Dr.
Matfin Korn. Herbert Lower*
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Mr. and Mrs. lister Golden, Mrs.
Helen Morrow, Mrs. Carl Mc-
Kenry, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Red-
iich, Mr. and Mrs. Pacy Saltzman.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Sussman. Mr. and
Mrs. M. Schein. Mr. and Mrs. Wax,
Mr. and Mrs. Al Weinberg, Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Weisman and Mrs.
H. Franklin Williams.
The Technion-Israel Institute of
Technology is Israel's major source
of engineers and technologists in
over 20 engim lisclples, it
has just recently taken under its
man igrmenl the former Abb i
Kliouvhi s \i. Heine in
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JWV Holds Its Quarterly Meeting At Tifereth Jacob
Florida, ;u>l opposed the
jested chant; ;tlon days i
Delegates to the quarterly meet- to giving up conquered lands with- S iturd ly or Sunday, Col. Maur
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Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A., I Meeting al Temple Tifereth Ja- The veterans' group will hold il
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+JenistiHcr**tor>
Friday. April. 23. 1971
$20 Million Bond Drive
Launched By Community
Study Of Florida Lodges To
Be Presented At Workshop
Responding to a call by Prime
Minister Golda Meir and Finance
Minister Pinchas Sapir of Israel.
Greater Miami Jewry his em-
barked on a campaign for the sale
of Israel Bonds far in evcess of
any effort in the 21-year history
of the Bond ri: \\ e.
As the community prepared t.i
celebrate Israel's 23rd anniversary
at Sunday night's Israel Indepen-
dence Day Dinner in the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel, James M. Albert.
chairman of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization, announc-
ed that a goal of $20 million for
the sale of Israel Bonds in 1971
has been accepted by the Greater
Miami Israel Bjnd Organization.
This is more than twico the
amount sold in 197D.
Ill order to re;ich this goal. Mr.
Albert noted, bond* Mill have to
be sold to more people than ever \
betore. In addition, those who have
demonstrated thnir affinity for Is-
rael through the yean by pur- (
oha-sing Israel Bonds will be urged
to buy more than they have ever
bought before, he said.
Mr. Albert expressed optimism
that Miami's extraordinary goal
will be achieved, pointing out that
in the first three months of the;
year Israel Bond s.'.Ies are being!
made at more than double the pace |
<: last year at the same time
Those increases are to a vi ry I irge
i free due to new areas of sales..
he said. These include numerous |
I inctions at high-rise buildings
where sales have been made to,
i ny individuals including new-
i mers to the area, who have n >1
previously purchased bonds.
Another important area of in-
creased sales has been to fiiiatr'al i
institutions. Including the First ',
National Bank of Mi:uni. the Mer- ;
ra-ntile National B:uik of Miami
Beaeh. the First National Bank
o< Miami Beaeh. the Inter Na-
tional Bank of Miami, the Pan;
American Bank and many others. :
An entirely new bond safes area '
in Greater Miami has recently beer. I
opened up with the planning of a I

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labor management dinner, expected
to result In large sales to labor
unions. The focal point of this area
of activity is a dinner to honor
Herbert "Pinky'' Schiffman, pres-
ident of Hotel Employees Union.
Local 255. While the dinner will
not take place until May 20. many
labor unions in the area have al-
ready announced Israel Bond pur-
chases in Mr. Schiffman's honor.
These purchases have already to-
taled more than SI million.
"As we prepare to celebrate
land's SSrd anniversary of state-
hood, we are most mindful that
Israel lonks forward to peace as
the beginning of an era in which
it Will be able to devote its man-
cm i i and resources more fully to
the achievement of economic in-
dependence," Mr. Albert said.
An Independence Day statement
issued by Michael Litvak. director
of the Miami and Florida Israel j
bond organization, said: "At the'
presi nl time Israel faces an over-
whelming defense burden that
makes it so much more dependent ]
on Israel Bunds to meet the needs
of its Development Budget for
maintaining the growth and
strength of its economv.
"It is clear that as Americans
and M Jews, committed to the'
MBTVtval ol Israel, we dare not
relax OUT efforts to bolster the
oeoaomj ol Israel at this critical
turning point in its history.
"Our participation in the Israel'
Bond drive has enabled Israel to I
complete many basic development'
projects, affecting almost every j
branch of Israel's economic life, j
and to absorb close to 1.400.0001
immigrants during the past two
decades. Other key projects must
still be implemented, and addi-
provided for the absorption of be-
tional h >mes and .jobs must be
tween 50.000 and 60 000 newcom-
ers expected this year.
"On the threshold of Israel's
Independence Day celebration,
peaee is uppermost in the minds
and hearts of the people of Israel.
In this spirit, we join our hopes
to theirs, and extend our partner-
ship through Israel Bonds toward
the swift achievement of the goals
of peace and progress."
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Florida which was authorised by
the President's 1'onnnission and
completed under the direction ol
Dr. Henry Wengrow of Jackson-
ville, "ill be ri' sented at the Sun-
day May 2. workshop In connec-
tion with the 35th annual state
convention of the Association of
B'nal B'rith Lodges In the Deau-
ville Hotel.
The study of B'nai B'lith's 8.500
members in Florida was conducted
in order to facilitate planning for
the organisation. Dr. Wcngrow
will report on his findings con-
cerning such things as the average
age of members, their education,
reasons for joining B'nai B'rith.
the recruitment of more youth,
and the Hillel program on the col-
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1970s.
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ville Saturday. May 1, at 8 p.m.
rinds* the chairmanship of Circuit
fudge Milton A. Friedman David
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executive director Arnold
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Cohen. The convention will i rmi-
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Banquet To Honor Rabbi
On His 20th Anniversary
Israeli, national and Florida,
leader* of the Jewish community
will take part in a community-
wide dinner honoring Rabbi Mayer
Ahr imowitz May 13 at the Foil-1
pbleau Hotel. Robert L. Sie-
i president of Temple Menorah,
1 .- announced.
: he banquet will marK the
vcrsary of Rabbi Abramowitz's
ce as a spiritual leader of the
1 family congregation in Miami
1 -1. There will be no fund-rais-
Bl the function, expected to be
1 r largest and most significant in
t; e life of the synagogue.
rry Sussman, Miami Beach I
civic and religious leader, will
. rve as chairman of the banquet.
Mr. Sussman served as chairman of
IN committee which selected Rab-
i Abramowitz to guide what was
known as the North Shore Jewish
i. nter in 1951.
Founding members of the con-
en cation, now one of the largest
Conservative synagogues in the
S Mith. will take part in the May
15 event, Mr. Siegel said.
At the time Rabbi Abramowitz
<..me to Temple Menorah, services
Aere held in a private home, and
the North Shore area of Miami
Beach was just becoming a de-
veloped residential area. Now the
congregation serves families in
.-lit only Miami Beach, but also
i-, Surfsidc, Bay Harbor Islands,
Fa' Harlxmr. North Bay Village
an I other communities in the
tte idily-growing area.
Rabbi Abramowitz. a graduate
o! the Jewish Theological Semi-
i y of America, came here alter
i s years of service in Europe
\ hich saw the vast majority of the
^su -vivors of the Hitler Holocaust
resettled in Israel.
[First, he served as a chaplain in
American Army, with the
lied Third Infantry Division and
!".:']- with American occupation
rces in Berlin. During that time
played a major role in the move-
enl of Jews from the D.P. camps
Germany to what was then
Palestine.
""pon his separation from the
vice. Rabbi Abramowitz was
I ned emigration director for the
nt Distribution Committee in
It ly. He heiped liquidate the D.P.
' i nps in thi- Mediterranean the-
I ti r by resettling Jewish families
in Israel and throughout the
v., rid,,
During his 20 years here. Rabbi
imowitz has been in the fore-
I mi of both national and locil;
nizations. He has served as!
national chaplain of the Jewish
War Veterans of the United States
(' America and as a member of
the executive council of the Rah- .
binical Assembly of America. He l
is a past president of the Rahbini-1
cal Association of Greater Miami,
an I of the Florida State Rabbini-
cal Association, and has served as
I esident of the Jewish National
Fund Council of Greater Miami.
\ leader in both the State of
Israel Bonds and Israel Emcrg-
RABBI MArtK ABRAMOWITZ
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign.
His congregation has provided
presidents or chairmen of such
local organizations as Israel Bonds.
Israel Emergency Fund. Yeshiva
University. Greater Miami Hebre \
Academy. American Friends of
Tel Aviv University, Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America and
numerous other Jewish and non-
sectarian organizations.
Temple Zion Plans
Anniversary Event
For Rabbi Shapiro
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member of the National Rabbini-
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Organization. Rabbi Abramowitz i
is chairman of the South Florida1
unit of the American Jewish Con-1
ference on Soviet Jewry, which is .
coordinated by the Greater Miami i
Jewish Federation.
He is now regional chairman of
the Israel Affairs Committee of
the United Synagogue of America,
chairman of the .INF and perma-
nent member of the Interfaith Di-
alogue of Greater Miami.
Born in Jerusalem, the rabbi,
has been assistant to the presi-
dent of Tel Aviv University for
American student affairs, and is
a director of Project Re-entry.
Under his leadership, Temple i
Menorah became the first syna-
gogue in the nation to require.
of each member a pledge to the I
Temple Zion will honor Rabbi
Norman N. Shapiro with a dinner
dance marking his first anniver- i
sary as its spiritual leader Satur- i
day, May 8, it has been announced.
An 8 p.m. cocktail hour will pre-
cede the dinner: music for danc-
ing will be furnished by the Bob
Parents Orchestra, with Cantor
Richard Browdy as guest vocalist.
Sharon Froug. chairman, is ac-
cepting reservations for the event,
which will be held at the temple.
SOO0 Miller Rd.
i
The temple's Mr. and Mrs. Club i
will hold a square dance in the
social hall at 9 p.m. Saturday.
Drinks, snacks and dessert are in-
cluded in the price ol the ticket.
The Sisterhood is electing its
officers for the coming year and
holding a White Klephant sale at
their general meeting in the social |
hall Tuesdav at 8 p.m.
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Jhe iK^bbi *^>pcahs jro*** J lie f^nlpit
,!," ,,!(' I I ..('- 1
"! '
'Strange Fires' Of Our Day
RADBI tT^V*.> "MfcACTlJrtkOFF
Ti ;n.'!,' K. I, Bter Miunii
W klj Torah
I I Vbihu, thi'
of Aaro ho 1 roughl n
Lord (Lev.
Li
secreted Are, the'ttghfoi truth, ol
life and of peace.
The example of Nadab and Abihu
is a reminder that each of us
stands before God.
Let u.s judge ourselves and eval-
uate the light which guides our
fushave lives. Is it the reflection of the
.,. exampte Eternal Light, or have we been
, .,. ,. fil, beguiled by strange fires?
whl lety, Instead
of aecep liti mal con-
cepts ol pe ind brotherhood
we h ive ited iii\ Isiveneas
threat ns to engulf us.
jusi as thi s "in rose up
i i >vour Nadab and Abihu.
There is the BIGOTRY.
immon origin
nh '-'in equal-
ity ,'ins soul. It is blind
i --- that all of us are
i i.. i he same universal laws
thai rule our common world.
There ire Ihe fl imes of ENVY
Experimental Class
May Resume in Fall
ions
S<
er vices
By RABBI SAMUEL i. FOX
Why' is the llcbmv month
Ni-.in known M the "Month of
Abib?"
The Hebn w word "Abii>"' means
"Spring" and Nisan is. of course,
the month of Spring.
There are some commentaries
who claim that the word "Abib"
which means "Father" and the I
second word which has the letters
"Yod" and "Beth" indicates the ;
MIAMI
aHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION W5 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron.
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakow.ti 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken- ',,'.,,.,.v -.,, ,n .., Baiurua)
MM Dr S. Miami. Reform. MM' MIiivrIi; Jordan Broad, an
Herbert Baumgard, Cantor Micheal
Kyrr J
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Eu-.lirt Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 820 7=th St
Conservative. Rahbi Mayer Aoram
owitz. Cantor Nit.o Feldman 33
FrM.iv R:1S p.111. Bal Mlta ill I > -1
1 .,< i'i .^ daughter o( Mr 1 id \ii
hi 1
11 Mi
Berta llroad.
4ETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
clr/.ervative. Rabbi So. Landau
Friday K 16 p.m Sermon < ''ll,lr'
,,, the Dream." Baturdai ""
Mttsvah: Loren PloUcln. eon "f Ml
and Mrs 1..... Ptotfcln.
3ETH EL. 50U SW 17th Ave. Orthc_
dox.
SETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
number twelve. This would Signify \ Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
that the month of Nisan is ",-! Shapiro. Cantor Ben D.ck.on
ii i JEALOUSY. G.....i and dis- the children who attend Religious
sal ctiori desl ; iui School who wanted to keep up
win-;!: 1,'Hi which with what their children were
1 .. d ves us irning In Reli ous School. M my
from family ,'ii l riei !- ito a
Members of a Temple Ner Tam-
id group called "Parents Who
Care." have met with Rabbi Eu-
eeiH Labovitz, spiritual leader.
each Wednesday morning since t month. The month of Nisan
October for a class entitled. "Our months because it is the month
Religion, Fnet or Fiction." during which the Exodus took
The class 'aas instituted at the place "hen the enslaved Hebrews
request of some of the parents of left Egypt, This event, being so
central in Jewish theology, was
that the montn 01 nisan is uw' -"-ft'"s.4"'a ,. foplc: A Kir. Or
Father" or the "Head" of all the p^wion For Loyalty." SjSO p.m. "Por-
other months of the year. lion of Law." <""= "*" "
SETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St Conservative Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkei P
Friday B:1S p.m Queat apeaker At-
torney Milton Miller; loplc: Bacrl-
,., followed b] Onei Bhabbat.
Actually, in most of Biblical lit-
erature, the months are referred
to by numbers giving their suc-
cessive relationship to the month
of Nisan which is classified as the
emphasized as the first month
-ine<> tii,- peoplehood of Israel w is
onfirmed by the event of the
facets of Ji vish life, including the Exodus which indicated the Inten-
isures worth in terms life cycle o! th J w. Jewish his- lion of tlie Almighty to secure the
Chassidism and every 'I 5 lestiny of His cho n peo
'. a ish livii re th
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
Rabbi Joaeph R Narot. 10
Friday vir, p m. T*P*c: "Another
Look ;ii Abortion Laws and Practlcei
ISRAELITE CENTEH. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Draiin Cantor Nathan Parnasi. 11
---------
OP OLOM (Temple) H/S S W. 16th
St. Conervative. Rabbi Ralph Glix-
lan.
. kind-
>- honest) r isity, I
t ss [t sin t charity.
every
topics
liscuss "
Th ire is 1 il W \E
I flame
. ... ;,.lt || .
sun les nom thless. It lest roj s those
' ho hold s well as those who
ch it. It hes life and
it pervciis our
: : i iting to destroy-
ing. Ii i dses a cloud ol smoke
that co\ -i-s the green countryside
as w 11 as the ashen battl
It saps our strength, diminishes
i ir will 1, and draws us
away from the light of inner satis-
faction.
The 'Ner Tai I the Ever-
last : guards the
T cl I-- ill e nit inue durin .
i \!-iy and will be re-
instituted In the Pall with a
limited enrollment. "It was one
of tin- most satisfy!
live experiences in Jewish educa-
tion that I have had," Rabbi Labo- Tabernacle of the Wilderness in
Why is i< tint during this
month i't Nisan II"- usual |M'iti-
t,iit::ii rayers In the dally serv-
ices are omitted?
Most of the month has days In
which festivitj ;s noted, The first
twelve days of the month are the
days in which the twelve tribes
offered special sacrifices in thi
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N M.ami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein
r, d n IS p m Topli "Revli "I
world rondil Ihe llg-hl ol I*
. in ihi mldm i '!" Si
.-i Kldduah aervli
will l" ndu i b) l.'
h, daughter nt Mr and Mm
\ h Saturday 9 : ni
II, ,. u-eekl) Ti
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple)
4th Ave. Conservative
951
E.
15
vitz declared,
Class members include Mrs. Sol
Baum, Mrs. Salmon Bader, Mrs.
Alvin Savage, Mrs. Alfred Free-
man, Mrs. William Gorin. Mrs.
Max Goldberg, Mrs. Paul Loight,
Mrs. Ren Avick, Mrs. Morton Goss,
Mrs. Charles Silver, Mrs. Gerald
Rosenthal, Mrs. Sheldom Zane and
Ark i ler ol the con- Mrs. Luis Neufeld.
"OP:IS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Shemini
-
i i on the el [hth day I *
-\
lAKE IT' THEIR OFFICE: The prti
on i be etgrlth day, which marked the
. lion. The who] igation stood
md Aaron up sacrifices for
son and then on behalf of the people. After
irjd Mases entered-the tabernacle: on
:>" sacrifice Still on the altar were eon-
sunn | by Divine fire, and the people fell on their faces In wor-
' ird.
NADAB AND ABIHU: fiidab and Abihu. Aaron's oldest
son, offered up incense with unconsecrat-d fire, not taken from
the altar. Such an offense by priests who were to set an example
to the people waa unpardonable, and. they..were punished by. in-
stant death, being consumed "by fire which came from before
the Lord." Aaron was overwhelmed with grief, but Moses ex-
plained to the bereaved father that the priest carried a special
responsibility to maintain the >high standard of sanctity de-
manded of him by God.
DIKTARY LAWS: Purity and holiness were to be the regulat-
ing principles governing everyday "life. Although man .was per-,
mittcd to feed on the flesh of animals, he was:.'restricted in his
choice and required to abstain from food which Got! declared to
be impure and abominable. Among quadrupeds, only_ animals
which completely divided the hoof and chewed the cud could be
eaten, thus excluding such species as the camel, coney, hare and
pi. Of fish, only those with fins and scali-s were permitted as
food: such species as shellfish, seals, and whales were forbidden.
Among birds, the prohibition extended to any bird-of prey; the
criteria by which a clean bird may be distinguished are not
Stated in the Torah. but were "Xj>ounded by the rabbis. Only
birds that are traditionally known to be "clean" are permitted
food. Insects and Creeping things wore classed as unclean and
abominations.
Thus a distinction was made between the "unclean and the
in, and betv. n the living thing that could be eaten and the
living thing thai could not be eaten."
the spirit of dedication in the new
sanctuary.
The Passover festival ils,-lf
takes up eight more days of the!
month, plus the day before Pass-
over, which are festive days. This
thro.vs a cast of joy over the whole
month which is thus character-
ized as a festive month in which
penitential prayers are deleted
so that a mood of festivity can
endure for the entire month.
Why Ls the Passover holiday
sometimes culled ('hag; llanmtzo*
and sometimes called Pesaoh?
Some commentaries write th il
the name Chag Hamatzos 1 Feast
or the unle I) is the
name given to th 1 h lid ij bj the
Mr [hty who is : '.." -si'il by the
thai His children in Israel
re bo meticulous in cleaning their
- and not eating u
on the Passover,
ZION (TEMPLF). 6000 Miller R<1
Conservative, Rabbi Norman '4. Sha-
piro. Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
p.m Saturday B a m Bar
Mltivah: Itret. bob "I Mr. and Mi-
I'aul Pelngold
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conaervative. I
Rabbi Joaeph Gorfinkel, Cantor \
Ben Zion Klraehenbaum. 35 I
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi laaac Ever. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Waehington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryaho T. Swir.
aky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMCLE). 1S5
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 414-1
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser ?1
Pi is ni- in "TI e TI n--
11 i Com* To i 'iialli niri- '
raltiam! Saturdaj 10 16 ,i m
BETH TFILAH 936 Euclid Ave. Or
thodox. Rabbi -useph E. Rackov-
ky 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA
TION, E43 Meridian Avenue. 22.A
CUBAN HEBH6W CONGREGATION
1242 Washinqton Ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig 23
Mpb Allan Cohan, son nf Mr ;uid Mr
Morris Cohen; Bruce Hii-hnrd Auuu
sun of Mr. and Mrs. I ius August.
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Plnetree I
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross. 2*
CONG. AN-NELL "uTraneh of He. I
brew Academy). 7th St. and Meri.
dian Aye. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham
Ben-HillM. as.A
JA.?,?B-.C;. tuMEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Rabb, Tibor H. Stern


The other name Peaach is a
name which the people ol
.refer to this toUdaybe- EMANU.EL (TKM>LE). 1701 Wasn. i
i-i- this name means to PaSS ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irv- '
Over" u In "S-iare." the iilea In--. '" Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler 24,
ins. the Almighty is extoled for; ^aY,i^r"',>i,?tSS: ihe first Itorn of the chil-1 '"" Tomorrow-- Saturdays a.m. s..-
dren of Israel while he smote the ^^fso^^B.^wuvrt: \t-
liisi born of the Egyptians during
Ihe m :-- nf the last plague.
Song- explain that the two names
.!]> used because the maizohs on
the one hand remind us of our af-
-:lictii n -,'1 they are for this rea-
. in caJle*"The tlread of Afflic-
tion" or ti^ "Poor Man's Bread."
They ar*Wi-!s reminiscent of the
state andAoyerty under which our
hrethrenMN?piked in Egypt as
-la
On the^rsher hand, the name
"Pi i ach" 'ftjok-s more directly to
the idea i if rederni ition nd cele-
bra,tea the facl that
were rederaaU from Egypt, n is
worth hotlrJO thai thi
h >> Jewish
', i
as tl -' nd
i
of the!
nble them,
ii served
' thankfi .
ted i i Uk> Almif hty, th
u. avenlj Fathi
N'iR TAMID (TEMnl.E). 30th St. ani
Tatum Waterway. Conaervativi
Rabbi Tugene Labovitz Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. /055 Borita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas ,vber.
man. 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER (,45
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Natimias. 31
CONGREGATION EiZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Avrohom
Groner. 32
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NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Street Cause-
way, North Bay Village. Conserva-
tive Cantor Carl Bender. 32.A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
SDATH YESH'JRUN (TEMPLEl 10?5
N. E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con.
servativo. Rabbi Milton Sclil.nsky
Cantor Nathaniel Schub. 33
BETH TORAH NL 164th St at 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schiti. Cantor Jacob Renter. 34
Krtday evening Sermon: li
\V Dare STol Fort
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW ISSrt St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lener. 36
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH OADE
18801 N.E. 2?nd Avenue. Relorm
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor
Irvma Shulkes.
|.'rul..\ 8:t m. Show ii ; f
I. .v \ entitled I >iv
IVopIl 11 IUI '
ivsili: 1
M 1;. .: .'
SKY .AKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 N E.
11th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi J >M
Caplan. S
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 9S0 NE 17"st St. Ortroarx.
Rabbi Naftjli Porush. 39
COftAl GABUS
JUDEA (TEMPLE) 5500 Cranafls
Blvd. Refor-n. Rabbi Morris Kipcer 4
Prtday *:1S pan. Saturday ll:li < >
1. 1 'Mil/.-, ah; Mli hnel Ki natei n
,.f Mr and Mra Stephen K-r.
ZAMORA (TE"PLE) 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger.
Cantor Nathan Zolandek. 41
FT. lAUDtttDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 E.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldon
Edwarde. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANC-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab-
rams. Cantor. Jerome Klement. 49
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Err.ett Pchreiber 49
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONCEGATiON.
9293 Harding Ave.. Sur' de, Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaa D Vine.
50
HAtUNDAU
HALLANDAI E JEWISH C F \ F. P\
126 N. E. 1st Ave. 44
HOtLYWOCO
BETH EL (TEMPLE) 1351 S 14 Ave,
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. 4i

, 'I
\\ hat I'm '
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLfV.
Monroe c t. Ci"'
Morton M.ilavsky Cm
Gold. **
SINAI (TEMPLEl. 1201 JC-nsc- S
Conservative. Rnbbi David Shapro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 S.W. 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J. Wmo-
grad. Cantor Abraham Koeter. 4S
MARGATE
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 6101
NW. 9th St.
f
Orthodox.
Cantor Meyer Engel.
CANW.ELIGHT1NC TIME
28 NISAN 6:28
3t AVWMVWvWvvWvVWv

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r^abbinical Vr
evision f^rogrant*
April M Ch. 10. 9:80 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rahbi Mayer Abramowit/, T.-mple Menorah
April 25 Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Topic: "Israel Independence"
Hosts: R.-ibhi Leon Kronish and Cantor Davtd
Consiser, Temple Beth Sholom
Ch. I. 8:.-!l) a.m. The First Bstate
Topic: "Qtlzens Changing Society"
Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Guest: Cathj
R on 1 i ii- a, i- C nter
Temple, and Rev, Jack Caaakly
... **
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'
Kday. April 23, 1971
^Jenisti fk>rJdFi Page 11-A
Roney Plaza Residents To
Fete Sam Rudenbergs May 8
Beloved community leaden Mr. I and Women's Groups of the Mor-
and Mrs. Sam Rudenberg, will be j ton Towers prior to moving to the I
honored :it the first Israel Dinner; Roney Plaza.
Since becoming Roney Plaza
residents, Mrs. Rudenrberg has i
hi'lpcd organize the Hatikvahl
Group of Hadassah and is a leader j
of the Women's Social Dub. Mr.
Rudenberg is one of ihe founders
and an officer in the recently-
organized Judea Lodge of B'nni
B'rith at the Roney Plaz i and is
a member of the Men's Club.
Life membi rs of Temple Raph-
ael, the Rudenbergs are active on
of ORT and Brandeia Uni-
versitj .\! M irton To i
" vas Imi a I Al
: 'ii o th Morton To
;. iro md they U iv
b ith served as c *h \<
Morton Towers CJA drive.
Life-long sup orti ol I r i
they nre leaders in :!i Greater
Miami Is. effort and are
;> Mf the Societj of H >n-
orees of Israel,
Temple Ner Tamid I)evotin Week To 23rd Anniversary
Temple Ner Tamid will devote
the entire week beginning Sunday.
April 25, to the celebration of Is
racl's 23rd annivt nary, its spir-
itual leader, Rabbi Eugene Labo-
vitz, has announced.
Children of the Religious School
will participate in the kickoff pro-
gram which will include a dra-
matic reading in conjunction with
a candlelighting ceremony, Israeli
dances and songs, a luncheon in-
cluding food such as pita, humus
and falafcl, and an Israeli fashion
show.
Assisting in these Sunday morn-
\ ho Can organization, members i rear, will
.. the families of students enrolled kulanskj
hi the temple's n ligious school, i,, B(
Rmanuel Fed* r, educational direc-'---------
tor, will be in charge of all ar-
uigcments.
pr sci:t the s i ni n. [iss
is leaving this sui
in Israel.
ni state on behar. of Israel Bonds
to he sponsored by residents of
the Roney Plaza. The dinner will
take place in the Fontainebleau
Hotel Saturday, May 8, at ":45
|i.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudenberg have
been prominent in service and
leaders-hip for Israel and many
communal activities since becom-
ing permanent residents of Miami
Beach 10 ye trs ago.
They were active in the Men's
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served as Youth Advisor to the
Inc. activities will be the "Parents temple's U.S.Y. group for the past
\hur little girl
is getting married.
At last.
Prof. Liebman To
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The Atlanta, Ga.. Zionist Fed-
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fairs Conference on "The Middle
East: Peace or Soviet Take-Over"
Sunday at the Atlanta Arts Cen-
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ITofessor Seymour B. Liebman,
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Meisler will follow, after which
time has been allowed for ques-
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On Monday, Mr. Liebman, ihe.
chairman of the Committee on the
Mid-East of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Community
incll and editor of its Rep
on the Mid-cast, will address th"
International Club of Gem i
state University and a faculty
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* i*>%*i*.t HrrkM&n
Friday. April, 23, 1971
Union President Is Honoree
At Israel Dinner Of State
Herbert! Pinky" Schiffman,
enl of the Hotel Employees
Local 255. will be honored
h m Israel Dinni r ol Stal rhurs-
,i ij Maj 20. at the Eden Roc
: e\ 'I.' is being held h
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and James M. Albert
of ih Greater Miami
lond targani i in, |
ou thai 'his will b ,!:
n on behalf of Israel Bonds I
be sponsored by organized I ib
h i southern Unite I States. J lin
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throughout n d I
an th State >:' Florida.
The < immittee heading
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n. includes top city, si il and
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O Askew is hoi n i
dii r committi nen are Ed-
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day. April 23, 1971
Jenisi, fhrkiinr
Page 13-A
Temple Israel Elects
Martin Fine President
1 Martin Fine became the 27th
nt of South Florida's pio-
,, Reform conpregation during
.,. elections held the 49th Con-
tional meeting of Temple Is-
: Greater Miami this week.
j, .. cceeda Joseph a. Garfield,
ill,, has served the congregation
j posl for the past two yi ai -
ominent local attorney, Mr.
., i presently heads Eli pub-
. age Investors, has pre-
I si i ved as a vice presidi nl
I tary of Temple Israel. He
n active In the < Ireati r
i community sine his gradua-
- do not now have enough
h n our Army calls 'the
-" to go it alone against
i's troops. Worse still, nol
h S mth Viel namese have
been trained to use these
ts the helicopters, the
'tical air support and the ar-
rj and training is always
c msuming process, ospec-
with complex equipment.
THAT is REALLY the main
in the President was not
to announce the Instant
Vii tnamization some people are
calling for. Until the South
Vietnamese have the assets in
hand and arc read) to use them,
tOl ll and immediate Vietnam:/ i-
t:-n is impassible, or rather, it
is i st a recipe for leaving tens
of thousands of American I
on the battlefield and limply
pting needless defeat with
t< worldwide consequence
t.it is one key to the Presi-
dent's speech. The other is the
tident sentence: "As in Cam-
i i. what is important is not
tl instant analysis of the mo-
:\- nt but what happens in the
: ture."
THAT ONE. obviously, was
the President's comment on the
St-Laos atmosphere, which
n ii promoted a tendency to
1 lie in the government that
even extends, as above-noted.
> the President's own staff.
At the time, all the wiseacres
pronounced the President's Cam-
bodian gamble a dreadful fail-
are. By now, it is universally ac-
knowledged that the gamble has
all but ended the war in the
richest, most populous, most im-
portant half of South Vietnam.
In reality, however, the pres-
ent atmosphere in this sordid,
silly city is more like that after
the Tet offensive of 1968 than
after the Cambodian gamble last
year. It is ludicrous that this
should be so: for the Tet offen-
sive at least produced superficial
results that looked pretty hair-
raising. It took real knowledge
and independence of judgment
' to see beneath the surface of the
horrific reports on Tet from
Saigon.
DAY AFTER DAY at that
time, one cannot too often re-
call, the blackest headlines an-
nounced total diaster for the
United States and its allies. Only
about six months later, and with-
out any black headlines, the same
publications began to admit th.T
Tet had instead been a fearful
military and political disaster for
Hanoi. And thus they belatedly
told the truth!
The President believes that in
nother six months there will !>e
\e sme startlinir contrast be-
tween thp first excessively pes-
ImiStiC reports on the Laos in-
islon and the final go id r suits
that can already be expected.
v i ihe ch inees are w ron
i 'i i i' mhnrlfon umble la -t
be proved "dang right."
lion from the University of Miami
Law School in 1949.
Mr. tine .sijvd as chairman of
both the Miami and the Metro
Housing Authority during their
most activi years and is presently
chairman of the Housing Commit-
t i I tin .Miami Urban Coalition.
Hi also s >rvi d as pn sident ol thi
Florida Association of Housing and
Ri d( v l ipment i fficials and as
vice pn sidi nt ol the National
ii tush i lonfi iim ',
Mr. \ ,| on the
Jewish Family and
ice and of the Jcw-
foi the .'>-.. d and is
nber of thi U-M
ry board, was named 'Out-
ii nt the Year'
r Miami J> wish Fed-
.: 1957,
Israel < lecte I the sons
>t two i f its past pr -in. nts to the
i of Trust" i s at th inn tal
mi ting. They were 11 il Spai t, the
late Judge Harold
Si ai t. and Michael t trovitz, son
ol Max Orovitz.
Also i l.Tt. ii re Nathan S G't-
Ck, Arnold P. Rosen, Robert
R II, Wl liam Si gel, and Eli
Timor r. vice presidi nts; Bart I..
Culler., s.rn tai :; Nathan B }< ill.
treasurer; Jack Schillinger, assist-
int treasurer; Stanley G. Tate, fi-
nancial seen tary, and Eugene
Greenfield honorary trustee.
The temple's new Board of
[Vustees includes Dr. Charles Be-
ber, Morris Bemhard, Alvin Cas-
si'l. Jesse Cassi Ihoff, Sam H, Gold-
man, Lewis W. Gorfinc, Jerome
1 i.i pi : ii. Walter La\ Igne, l Ian y
L. Lewis, Arthur R. Levton, Mrs.
Clifford Newmark, Herbert G.
Paige, S. Ronald Pallot, Mrs. Je-
rome RadO, S. Sidney Mallei. Ken-
r th D, Rosen, Gt raid K. Schwartz,
Mrs. Leopold L, Schwartz, Robert
I. Shapiro. Lawrenc Ii. Singer and
Gilbi rt Waxman,
Caylor Forte Forum Speaker
"The Crime of Punishment" will
be George N. Caylor's topic at the
Tuesday morning Forte Forum in
the Auditorium at 1200 West Ave.
Mr. Caylor who serves as the or-
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connected with the Socialist move-
ment and involved in labor arbi-
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New York by the National Labor
Relations Hoard.
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+Je**isfi fhridlinr
Friday, April; 23. 1971
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SAIPETER
Danger Threatens Agricultural Communities
COR GENERATIONS OF Zionist pioneers, the re-
.urn to the land was both the ideal and the realiza-
tion of their dream of life in Palestine. It meant
the rehabilitation of the Jewish
people twisted by centuries of dis-
criminatory social existence and
of the Jewish individual whose
body and soul were believed to
have been crippled by ghetto
or at least urban life. Tilling
the soil was considered the great
healing process.
The idea and ideal still
prevails to a large extent, though the percentage
of Jews living on the land in Israel is growing
smaller with the constant expansion of towns and
cities. Only alxmt 11% of Israel's Jews now live
in agricultural communities; the other 89r; live in
towns, cities and urban areas: only the traditional-
type of halutz immigrants go to kibbutzim or mosh-
avim; most of the newcomers want to live in urban
communities.
Now, however, there is a danger that even exist-
in;; agricultural communities will lose their popula-
tion. Israeli villages face the threat of farmers' flight
because of the constant drop in agricultural in-
comes. A warning was sounded by Agricultural
Minister Halm Qvatl when ho presented his Minis-
try's annual budget to the Knesset; while incomes
in all other sectors of the economy increased
steadily in recent years, farmers' incomes were go-
ing down.
The volume of farm production had. in fact,
risen last year, but prices of produce dropped. This
intensified the impact of soaring production costs.
Fuel, materials and machinery cost more, but the
main increase was in wages to farm laborers up
ll'i, and cast of credits up more than 10%.
Citrus production, one of the mainstays of Israeli
farming and Its traditional No. 1 agricultural export
it.in. fared worst. Mr. Gvati said. The glut of
oranges on Eoropen markets last year created a
drop in prices, causing a severe cut in citrus earn-
ings despite an overall increase in crops. Consequent-
ly, farmers' incomes from citrus orchards fell
drastically.
Still, because of hopes for better prices in Eur-
ope in the future, and for more efficient cultivation
and harvesting methods, plans call for expansion of
citrus production in the next five years. But these
plans are not accepted without some worry and
hesitation by many citrus growers.

.
WOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebman
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Argument And Doctrines Preparing For Peace
^J THE SECRETARY GENERAL of the United Ma
BRIOR TO WORLD WAR II, Jewish thinkers sought to
create an authentic Jewish community. Following
Mordecai Kaplan's attempt to create a "kehilla" for all
of New York, many others sought to make meaningful
Judaism and to have it acculturate secu-
larly and to integrate it (not assimilate I
in the warp and woof of American life.
They sought to achieve "structural" cul-
turalism wherein Jewish culture would
parallel not be submerged or absorbed
with American culture.
Arthur A. Cohen calls his book Argu-
ment and Doctrines: "A Reader of Jew-
ish Thinking in the Aftermath of the
Holocaust" (Harper & Row. $11.95). He has selected 28
essays written between 1947 and 1969 to exhibit some-
*anorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
The Russian Stake
ACCORDING to ISRAELI General Herzog, the
Russians have supplied the Arabs with five bil-
lion dollars worth of arms and along with that,
thousands of Russian soldiers and
instructors.
Hut apparently it has not been
too productive. Gen. Herzog quoted
from a Cairo paper which told of
a conversation Ix'tween the late
President Gamal Abdel Nasser
and Communist Party secretary
Leonid I. Brezhnev. When Nasser
remarked that the Russians had
shot down four Israeli planes, the Soviet official
replied. "Pardon, but our reports showed that we
downed six planes." (Actually, Herzog says, they
had only downed two Israeli planes, but even if it had
been six, that's not much for a five billion dollar
investment!)
The New York Times reported recently that
every week two Russian planes arrive in Cairo with
military personnel and all the Russians seem to
immediately set off for the Egyptian bazaars, trying
to get bargains in rings, jewelry and Egyptian shoes.
"Although," says the Times correspondent, "each
Russian Ls given only $50 to spend, they are appar-
ently stocking up on shoes and jewelry; so even if
they don't shoot down many Israeli planes, when
they return to Russia, their visit to Egypt will not
be a total loss."
thing of the dynamics and vitality of post-Holocaust
Jewish thought.
Wherein does this thought differ from that of pre-
Wurld War II? Cohen's premise is that Jewish religion
"has become inescapably pcrsonalist in character" in
America. The present Jewish communities are "person-
alist and fideist and not generally halachic." he states,
and the normative Jewish community both secular and
religious is in Israel.
One Ls intrigued by. and in accord with, his statement
that the third generation comes to the synagogue in a
search for life moaning and the desire to learn and not
'o pray. One feels that they will pray after they have
l-gun to learn. Except for those of the youth who seek
nihilism (and other extreme radicals including some
rabbis In the Jewish Peace Fellowship) meaning Ls indis-
pensable for life and thi sense off meanmglessness kills.
Cohen believes that his anthology will aid in the
s. arch for meanings in Judaism. Jewish existence and the
fewlsh people. His selections are divided into four parts;
The Foreground of Jewish Existence; The Renewal of
Theology; Challenges to Jewish Belief; and The Expecta-
tion and the Trust. Most of the essays have appeared in
"Commentary" or "Judaism." The list of authors contains
some of out prestigious thinkers. Although there Ls much
with which one may disagree, the large book has much
more which will stimulate one's thinking and with which
one may agree.
Each selection Ls preceded hy the anthologist's com-
ments and glosses. To those who are concerned with the
relationships between Israel and its Jewish citizens, be-
tween Judaism and the State, two essays should be obli-
gatory; "Are We Israelis Still Jews? The Search for Juda-
ism in the New Society." by Ernst Simon, and "Religion
and State; The Cause for Interaction." by Aharon
I.ichtcnstein.
ThLs is not a book for bedside reading nor can one dip
lightly into any of the selections. No author has pat
answers but for those who would have their mind's eyes
pointed in the direction of "Whither Judaism?" and even
"What is Judaism?" and are willing to think for them-
selves, the book can serve as a Baedeker.
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Music Festival Dates Back 27 Years
ONTRUH'TTXG greatly to
the spreading of knowledge
on Jewish music and to the ef-
forts of stimulating interest in
Jewish music is the Music Fes-
tival which is taking place this
month in many communities
throughout the United States.
The history of the Jewish Mu-
sic Festival goes back about 27
years, when The National Jew-
ish Music Council, sponsored by
the National Jewish Welfare
Board was formed, to bring mu-
sic into the Jewish home through
programs channeled primarily
through Jewish cultural institu-
tions.
A year after its formation, the
Council undertook to make Jew-
ish music popular by organizing
a "JewLsh Music Week" each
year in the communities through-
out the country. The "Week"
was later expanded to a month-
long celebration. It has become
an annual national event enrich-
ing American Jewry with knowl-
edge and education.
Among its- other activities, the
Council is engaged in encourag-
ing the commissioning of new
musical works. It has also sought
to bridge Israel and America
through music, has honored a
number of outstanding Ameri-
can JewLsh composers and pub-
lLshed a number of bibliogra-
phies on Jewish music. One of
th*ni is the Bibliography of Jew-
ish Vocal Music; another is the
Bibliography of Publications and
Other Resources on Jewish Mu-
sic. The third is a Bibliography
of Instrumental Music of Jewish
Interest, and the fourth is a
Bihtogvaph). of. Recordings of
Jewish Interest.
_ HE SECRETARY GENERAL of the United Na-
tions, and Egypt too. are doing their best to make
Israel sound like a bellicose war-monger who won't
be reasonable. Israel is being por-
trayed as a stubborn, non concilia-
tory nation which is anxious to
tak" on the whole Arab world, with
Russia thrown in for good meas-
ure.
The perceptive observer on the
scene here, though, can discern a
different Israel. Then- are unmis-
takable preparations for an "out-
break" of pence. It has not been blazoned in bh;
headlines, but the Israel Ministry of Finance has
already set up a high level planning committee to
study the effects which a real peace would have on
the nation's economy, and to make recommendations
to met such a situation.What will happen, for ex-
ample, if tens of thousands of men are released from
military service and enter the labor market? What
will it mean to the economy if the so-called war
industries are called upon, overnight, to convert to
peace-time production? What will happen if the gov-
ernment halts it-, vast military spending program?
Ephraim Dovrat, Deputy Director General of the
Ministry of Finance, addressing a closed meeting
here in Haifa, analyzed the impact of pence on the
economy He pointed out that the need for Israel to
be on a war footing creates three burdens: competi-
tion with normal industry for scarce labor, large ex-
penditures at home, and gigantic import needs.
Peace would bring about relaxation in all three
areas.
Dovrat assured his audience that peace would
not cause a shock on the economy for several rea-
sons. For one thing, it would be many years before
we could be certain this is a real peace or just an-
other armistice to be broken at the Arabs' conven-
ience.
Furthermore. Israel's defense industries have
found markets abroad. Even today. Israel could sell
much more of its war production overseas were it
not for domestic requirements. With diminution of
uch needs Israel's exports in this field could quickly
surpass even citrus as a source of income Onsets,
or course, a Utopia of world peace should suddenly
break out everywhere.
Labor MinLster Yosef Almogi is optimistic on
other grounds. Peace here would quickly bring about
an enormous increase in foreign investment, in im-
migration and in tourism. True peace presumably
would also gradually lead to normal trade relations
with our Arab neighbors.
The plans for development and extension of the
Port of Aahdod take into consideration that the port
must also be available for the commerce and ship-
ping needs of Jordan, and perhaps even Iraq. It is
encouraging to note that while Israel will net com-
promise on its security airangernents; and is reso-
lutely ready for any military eventuality it is also
Preparing for peace.
1
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1971
Page 15-A
NOTICE
FvIL COURT OF
, IN AND FOR
JNTY, FLORIDA
71-3825
sf publication
Fein,
DCS.
[JACOBS
Kile Uc.nl.
\,.i\. New York.
HEREBY NOTIFIED
L..-..1 in. has ben filed
[and tliiii >"u are r'"
an Answer or other
the Clerk of this Court,
a popj on MALCOLM
|N, sa; s. K. I-ii si Street,
a Attorney for 111
i h ... Hi. i"th day
,i h default shall be
ORDERED at Miami,
jili any of AimiI 1971.
Mi -('liAi'KKX
- Civil '"uri of Record
i Cuuntj. Florida
j XV RODOER8
Deputy Clerk
i/'.i-iti-;s-::n
UGAl MOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
BY PUBLICATION
*CUIT COURT OF THE
rfH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
LORIDA IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY.
-HANCERY. NO. 71-6282
|UIT FOR DIVORCE
EifXDiez.
JiMINA MELENDEZa k R
liMINA AI'OUSTO,
LERMINA MELENDEZ
Il'l.KRMINA AUQU8TO
lniverslty St.
York. New Y rk
I;I ILLEHMINA ME1 BNDEZ
PILLERMINA AUGI'STO
Lby notified that a '".,']
, Divorce nan been fiiea
nil nnd you are required to
ni.v ..f vour Answei oi Plead-
|, .' inn ,.r Complaint on the
f- attorney, ROMEO J. SHEP
In 92i city National Bank
w Kim--;, i. m ..mi
i nie ili.- original
Pleading In the nfflct ol
,.f ihe Circuit Court on or
Mill day of May. 1971 11
, ii., s... Judgment by !-
be taken against you 'or
demanded In tin- nil! of
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722
ACTS OF 1941
File No. 70 A 2049
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVF.N tha<
Nathaniel W. Slegel, holiior of Coun-
ty Tux Bale Certificates numbered
SIS and 7918 issued the flral day of
June A.D. 1967, has filed same In
my office, and has mad.- application
f.,r a tax deed to be issued thereon.
Said certificates embrace the follow-
ing* described property. In the County
..i Dado, State of Florida, to wit:
Lot ji Block 9, Orchard Villa Eix.,
rial Book 17 Pose 55, Section it,
Township ;.:: South. Range 11 East.
in the County of Dade, State of Bio-
; i i... a- mbraced in Certificate No.
;._;. The assessment ol said prqpert)
under the said certificate Issued was
in the name of Julia Sweetie} c o
John F Allison
Tins deed will be issued subject to
all other outi landing delinquent City
i.f Miami taxes and liens and 1970
County tuxes and 1970 City of Miami
i.ims ami liens
Lot.-, 8 & : Block I, n. \v. Moodys
Subdivision, Plat Hook l Page 106,
i.. the County of Dade, State ol Flo-
rida, as embraced In Certificate No.
Tills. The assessment of said pro-
perty under the said certificate issued
was In the name of l>-on Hilliard &
\\ l.ladvs.
This deed will he issued subject to
1970 County liens
LEGAL NOTKE
AD.
AD
otloe shall be published one
. i for four consecutive week
11.wish fi.oridian.
WD ORDERED at Miami
this 1st day of April A.D.
LEATHBRMAN, Clerk. i
Court. Dade County. Florida
y c r. rnPELAND
Deputy Clerk
four* Seali
I RHEPARD. JR.
National Hank Bldg.
.onda ___
i|,.r Plaintiff S73-MJ3
4 '9-16-23-30
.jUNTV judges court
d for dade county,
ridain probate
No. 71-1271
IOHN R. BLANTON)
ICE TO CREDITORS
"Mute of
c i:s
tdltors and All l'< rsons llav-
or Demands Against Said
hereby notified and re-
[present any claims and >! -
all you may have against
of IDA KRONEN de. -eased
de County, Florida, to the
ilgee of Dade County, and
ame In duplicate and as
In Section 788.16, Florida
[in th.ir offices In the Coun-
louse in Dade County. Flor-
, six calendar nionlhs from
f the first publication here-
an., will be baned
,t Miami. Klorldn. this 26th
eh. AD 1971.
BEN KRONES
As E\. utor
il.lieatioii of this notice On
,d day of April, 1971.
PLAN, of MYERS,
PORTER, LEVINSON
for Executor
1st St.
* M1M 2-9.16-38
COUNTY JUDGES COURT
JD FOR DADE COUNTY.
LORIDA IN PROBATE
No 71-419
In Kllit. < of
i. apojiAs,
id
TTICE TO CEDITORS
To JgnBaatlii1"' and All Persons Hny-
~or Demands Against Said
kereby notified and requir-
ed U^BsSent an> i I.urns and demands
.vhht^Bou m..\ l.ai. against the es-
tate. &L V. THOMAS, deceased late
of Oj^BCnuntv. Florida, to the Cun-
l<> JuaW of Pad.- County, ami Hie
i in duplicate and as provided
|in I Bon 738.16 Florida Statutes, in
lihe^Hff. the County Court-
Ihoa^K Dad.- County. Florida, wlth-
lin ^^BeJeivl... months from the time
of! Bflr-t publication hereof, or the
111 be barred.
at Miami. Florida, this ;ind
torch. A d i7l.
JIAKY c THOMAS
As Adinhiistratrix
publication of this notice on
J day of March. 1971
r, hays fir inrNDWKi:<:
| for Administratrix
isley Buibling
^noHd^i,.;;, s.2fi4/2.9.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
tKI IS HKHKHY IIIVKN that
Tt Vie undersign.'d desiring to en-
in busln.- under the fictitious
, of TROPIC nil CONDITION
,00 N.\S 771D Court. Miami,
itends to reslster said name
erk of the Circuit Court of
, Florida. ____
UCK MASTERS. TNC.
,.orlda Corporation
&LDFARI1
.- Appliance Masters, Inc.,
prno ration
j lluil.Inn-
Bier Street
4/9-16-23-30
I'nless said certnicat.s shall be re-
deemed according to law. the pro-
perty described herein will be sold
to the highest bidder for cash at the
Court House door on the first Monday
in ih- month of May. A.D. MTI,
uhich is the Jrd day of May.
Dated this 29th day of March.
E. II I.F.ATHHUMAN
Clerk Circuit Court.
I .ad. i 'ounty, Florida
By: P K OL'I DSTRAXD
Deputy Clerk
,,,.,I Curl Seal ( _:,. |.-,.-:r.
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CVIL ACTION
No. 71-6500
SHIT FOR DIVORCE
.11-1.1 AN MI I.I .i >
Plaintiff,
Vs.
ASCNCM >N Mll.l.< '.
I lefcmlant.
Ii. AS1NCI. IN MI1.I.O
j.v.. North Union Avenue
Apt. 115
l.os Angeles, California 902
You. ASUNCION Mll.l.o. an- here-
by notified that a BUI of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
vou. and you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complaint on the Plain-
tiffs attorney. MARVIN ROSS
FRIEDMAN 1737 S.W. Xth Street
Suite 109, Miami. Florida 33184 and
file the original Answer or Pleading hi
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Curt on or before the l.'tl. day nl
May 1971 If vu fall to do so. judg-
ment by default iil be taken against
vou for the relleT demanded in the
Bill of Complaint
This notice shall he published once
ea-h u-eck for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FIORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED nt Miami.
Florida, this 0th day of April All
'E B LEATHBRMAN. Clerk.
circuit Court, Dade County. Florldi
By: C P CoPKI-\ND
I MMIuty Clerk
fClrcuit Curt S.al i
FRIEDMAN AND IJPCON
3717 S W lh Street. Suite 109
Miami. Fla 33134
Attorney for Plaintiff ,.,,,;;.,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-6495
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
JAMES B PURVIS,
Plaintiff,
vs.
RomoNA A. PURVIS,
Defendant. ,, _
VOU ROMONA A. PURVIS. Real-
unknown, ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
to file your written defense to mis
divorce with the Cowt'a Clerk and
nerve a copy upon naintlfrB Attor-
n.-vs. VON ZAMFT A SMITH, 1512
Capital Bank Bite.. Miami. Hot-Ida
on or before the 11th day of May.
1971, els., the Complaint will be taken
as confessed.
DATED: APRIL B 1971 _.......
E II LEATHBRMAN. PIJBRK
BY: 1'- M. KISSBE
f >...utv clerk
.Circuit Court Seal, ^
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY, NO. 71-5724
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOHN P. SHAliCHICK.
Plaintiff.
ZADIK MAE SHAI.CIHCK.
Defendant.
TO: SADIE MAE StiALCHICK,
a/k'a ZADIK MAE CLAY
37T.S U eat l"lll Avenue, Apt. 6-J
Manhattan, N. u York
You, 7.ADIK MAli SIIAi.CHICK, are
hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required
to serve a Copy of vour Answer or
Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney. E.NGEL &
IIAI PERN, Him S.W. loth Ac.-, Suite
17- orlartnaJ Anawer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the circuit
Court on or before the 7th day of
May, 1971. If you fail to do so. ludg-
mi-nt by default will be taken againsl
I vou for th.- relief demanded in the
' Kill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive nreeka
in THK JEWISH FI.ORID1AN.
DONE AND DRDKRKD at Miami.
Florida, this 25th day of March A.D
1971.
E R. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: C. I. ALEXANDER
Denuty Clerk
/Circuit Court Seal!
ENOEI. HAI JTKnX
1400 N.W. Hth Av... 17-C,
Miami, Florida 23134
4 2-9-K.-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS nKKKilV QIVE that
the unilersitini .1. desiring tO engage
in business under Hie liciitious name
of CHKCKU KITKK SAi.KS & SEKV-
ICE CO. ul loot' North Miami Ave-
nue, Miami, Florida Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk if the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
i.i u is P, QRANEK
4 9-10-23-30
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS Jil-.nr.m OIVEN that
the unnvisigned, deatring to ..--..^.
in buauiess ui.icr the fictitious name
o( MOOEK.N MARINER al 1071 N.E
162nd Street, North Miami Ueaofa
Florida intends to reslster said name
with the Cl.rk ol tin- Circuit Court ui
I '..iic i oulil> Florida.
.1 P. .1. INDUSTRIES, INC
By: Joseph schnner Secretary
,H i.si-.i'H SCHMIKR
Attorney for
.1.1'.J. INDUSTRIES. INC
4/2-9-16-83
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-6079
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DIVORCE
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
GERALD M INASSIAN,
Plaintiff,
vs
MARGARET A. MINASSIAN.
Defendant.
To: MARGARET A MINASSIAN
r7 West Linden Avenue
Dum.nl, New Jersey
VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Divorce has been
filed against you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any. to it on GOR-
DON W. TAYLOR, attorney for Plain-
tiff, whose address is laim NE lUIttil
Street. North Miami. Florida, and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled Court on or before May
7. 1971: otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published one
each week for four consecutive weeeks
in THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida, on
this :ioth day of March. 1971.
E P. LEATHBRMAN
As Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dado Countv. Florida
By: c P copei.and
As Denutv Clerk
i CORDON W. TAY1 OR
Attorney for I'lnintiff
I BOO NE 133rd Street
North M'eml, Florida
Phone: 7.-.9-4:i41 _
4/2-9-1R-2S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS MEREU) GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name oi
I.YNMAR ENTERPRISES at is -N.W
llth Street. Miami. Florida intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
DAVID COHEN
MARTIN A. \\ KIN Kit
MIRIAM BECKERMAN
Attorney for applicants
I '.., B VV, Ird Avenue
Miami. Florida
4J2-9-16-33
NOTICE UNDER
NOTICE OF SUIT
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 71-6594
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BEVERLY T. MARCUS,
Plaintiff.
MORBY I. MARCUS,
Defendant
TO: MORBY I. MARCUS
c/o Donald Marcus
tti East "C" Street
Port iiuen.-me, California
You MiiHKV I. MARCIS are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce hns been filed
against you, anil you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the l'laintiff's Attorney. Slll.UH IN
STAUBBR, ESQ. Suite No. *350
I,ln<-nln Road. Miami Bi-m-h. Horlda
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the ( lerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 14tn
dav of May. 1971 If you fail to do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
agaiiwt vou for the relief demanded
In the Bill of Comolaint.
This notice shall be published one-
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl OKID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this fith day of April, A.D.
,Sl1 E B. l.EATHERMAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade Countv. Florida
By: C P CoPKIuXND
Deoutv Clerk
fClrcuit Court Renll
SH Kit WIN STACKER. ESQ.
3!",n Lincoln Rnad
Minml Beach. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff. 4/ls.,3.3ll .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-D24
(DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
JACOB KAPI.AN
Deceased. __
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or IX-mands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quire! to present any claims and de
mands which you may have ai:aiiist
the estate of JACOB KAPLAN de-
ceased late of Dad.- County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate
and as provided In Section 733.lfi. Flor-
ida Statutes, in their offices In Hie
Countv Courthouse in Dade County
Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this lStb
day of March. A D. 1971
'S Milton S Kayo ,V
MILTON S KAYE
'S'Arn-ld J Kanlan
ARNOLD J KAPLAN
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 2nd dav of April. 1!'71
MYERS, K API AN, PORTER.
LBVINSON S, KBNIN
Attorneys for Executors
lir.O S.W 1st Street, Miami
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
.., MARTIN ,v MARTIN FURNITURE
at --JT-jn Coral Way, Miami, Flor-
ida intends to register said name with
the ci.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
ARMEN FURNITURE, INC
.' J S-lfi-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-4841
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO FORECLOSE MORTGAGE
EDYTHE R. M. FREGQER.
Plaintiff.
MARIA MF.LO NOA. et al..
Defendants.
TO: MARIA MEI.O NOA.
Not known to be dead or alive, and
if dead, the unknown spouse, heirs,
devisees, grantees, assignees, llenors,
creditors, trustees, or others claim-
ing by, through, under or against, nnd
nil parties having or claiming to have
any right, title o. interest to the
property described in the complaint.
Residence: Unknown________... .
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a complaint has been men
against you by the plaintiff in the
above-stvled court and cause for tbe
purpose of foreclosing the mortgage
on th.- follo-.vinir-descrihed real prop-
erty, situate and being In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida:
Lot 5 in Block 1 ol OVOCAIK*
HEIGHTS, according to the plat
thereof recorded in Plat Book
47 at Page 7 of the Public Rec-
ords of Dade County. Florida
You are hereby required to serve
copy of your answer or other plead-
ing to the complaint upon the plain-
tiffs attorneys. KUTUN & gBRGBR,
B8QS., 301 Artnur Godfrey Road, Mi-
ami Beach, Florida 33140. and file
tha original thereof in the office ol
the clerk of the above-styled Court
on or before the 4th day of May.1971. ,
If vou fall to do so. a default Will ,
be entered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint.
Bated: At Miami. Dad.- County, ]
Florida this 29th day of March. 1971
K Ii LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: L SNBBDEN
Deputy Clerk ,,,,_
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
hurl TAX ULfcO
CHAPTErt .iUoS
ACTS OF 1941
File No. 70 A 1967
NOTICE IS HEREIil UIVEN that
Nathaniel W Blegel, bidder ol Coun-
ty Tax Sole Cert I numbered
8110, ^717. 2775. 3736. 1381,
i.'h'.j. 46H2, 5271. nnd ... |i ued the
Jlsl day of Us). A.D I Wig, has fill d
same m ns .i:,,., ;,u.i in.- ma
applicaiion lor a tas deed to bi issued
thereon. Said certilienles .-m! -.
following described property, it. tha
Count} of Dade, Sli f Florida, to
wit:
W 132 ft of NVi Of SW'.i of NK'4 Of
SW'/i l-e-s > 15U n & Ix-ss i: 21 ft i"
N l0 fl A: I.- -s N 35 I ctlon -.
Township .":' South, Range 42 l-:...-\
containing .1I acres more or less, in
the Count) ol Dade, State of Florida.
as embraced in Ci ate So uil".
The nsaeasment of said properly und-
er the saal certificate Issued iva* in
the name of Alfred C Ueyhunt.
Thil deed Will be iKSUed subject to
all other outstanding delinquent City
of North .Miami :..\. and liens and
I!.;.. Clt) ol North Miami laxi a
Liens
B.iiii. 120 fi N oi N\V Cor of l>.t 13
BIk 11 Fla Cilj Bast 150 S 100 ft
W 160 ii S 100 fi I-- Point of Begin-
ning. Section ;4, Township 57 South.
Range 38 East, containing .::4 acres
more or less, in thi Count) of Dad.-,
State of Florida, ai i mbi seed fn !ei -
lificate No. ^717 Thi assessment of
said property u-..i. r Ihe said certifi-
cate issued was In the name ol
Marion Brewster.
This deed will b< Issued subject to
all oilier outstanding delinquent City
of Florida City t..x.- and Hens and
IS7II cit) ol Flo -in 'ity taxes at d
N 100 ft of W 50 Lot II Block
;, Ma. Arthur H. im i -. Plat I
13 Paip i Sect Ion 54, Tow i hip !'
South, Range : East, hi th' Coun-
ty ol I lade, Stale I In as em-
braced In c- -1 i all Ni 277! The
assessment of said properly under
the said cerllfl. the
name of Thorn s
This de. .1 v. lii I -ul jeel i
all other nutsl Hi lenl City
of Floridn fit) taxes and Hi
1970 i "ouni y City of
Florida C taxes
Lot 4 HI... k 3 Enchai Ud Lake Si -.
Flat B...... 62 Pagi
of 1 lade. Slat' of Florida, as m-
l.n.ce.l 111 Certlfici u N'o The
assessment of said property under the
said certificate Issued was In the
name of Rain tree Lake Ests Inc.
This d.e.l will be issued subject W
l70 County taxes jnd liens,
NOTICE OF ACTION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-6157
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARY CAY NIEBAUER.
Plaintiff.
RICHARD AMBROSE NTEBAITBR.
Defendanl v .
TO: RICHARD AMBROSE..
NIEBAUER
409 a nilnois Road
I-ako Forest. Illinois 60045
You. RICHARD AMIIbjOSE NIB-'
BAUER, are hereby notfled that a
Bill of Complaint fnryjivoroe has
been filed against you. and you are
required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney,
HAUL KW1TNKY. KSQ .420 Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach, Florida 33139
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the, Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or heron' the 4th
dav of Mav. 1971 If y>tf'fail to do so.
judgment by default-.will be taken
against you for the rellet demanded In
the Bill of Complaint
This notice shall Ue..published once
each week for four fnjwcutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FrwmiTYfAN.
DONE AND ORDHRED ->t Miami,
Florida, this 31st d;iy of March AD
1971 '
e. b i e\thkw?jan. ''V;;'1 ,
Circuit C-urt. DingTVwtv, Florida
Ry i SKsTWDEN
De'wi'vjlJleik
fClrcuit Onnrl s..o
PAT1, KW1TNK.Y
4"0 Lincoln Rond .
Miami Beach. FleHi-
Attorneys for Plaintiff ^ ^ ,_,,_,.,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 79690-C
(Judge Arthur W. Pnnn)
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
In RE: Estate of
DAVID KRBEOER
Deceased. ., *
Nt rTICE is hereby given that 1
have filed Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
as executor of the estate pi DAV ID
KREBGER, deceased: and that on the
3rd day of May, 1971. will apply >
the Honorable County Judges of Dado
Countv, Florida, for approval of said
Final "Report and for distribution and
final discharge as executor of the
.state of the above-named decedent.
This 2Mb day of March, 1971.
S-' Jerome Kreeger
JEROME KREOBR
S Harry Zukernlck
Attorney _
HARRY ZUKBRNICK
4^0 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 4/..l.JJ
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 71-1193
(JOHN R. BLANTON)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: EstatMof ...
ELIZABETH ANN ScSHANB
a/lt/a BETTY ANN M, SHANE
a k a betty ann ray Deceased
To All Creditors and All rvrsons ,lav-
ing Claims or Demands Against S.u-I
' YOU are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of ELIZABETH ANN Mc-
SHANE. a/Va BBTTT ANN Mc;
siiANi:. a/fc/a betty ann ray
deceased late of Dade County Flor
ida. to the County Judges of Dale
County, and file the same !""
cate and as provided in Section
71'l If. Florida Statutes, in their of-
In the County Courthouse In
T.ade County. Florida, within six
calendar months from the time or
the first publication hereof, or the
same will be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 22nd
day of March. AD 1JJ1.
MABEL O'RAY
As Executrix .
First publication of this notice on
the Jnd day of Anrll. 1!>71.
RICHARD B. HKKEY Mtornwr ^ ^
s :." ft of W 150 fl of N '_'I7 4 fi of
Blk 1" AKA l>-t '.v Blk I". Avocado
Drove, Plal Book l Page J. Section 55,
Township 52 South Range 41 East,
containing .80 acres more or less, lit
the County oi Dad.-. State of Horlda.
as embraced In Certificate No. S679.
Th.- assessment of said property under
the said certlflcnti issued was In the
name of Renwlch Wright & W
Marian. .
This deed will he issued subject to
1970 County Hens
l.ot 7 \- Prop In1 in & to ijike Sparl-
ing Block r.. Enchanted Lake Sec I.
plat Book '.. Page 1-'. SeCtlOTI 4.
Township 52 South. Rang- 42 Last.
In the Countj of hade. State ot Ho-
rlda. as embraced In Certificate No.
I7-Ii; The assessment of said pro-
perty under the said ce-i-ficat- Issued
was m th.- nan..- of Elliot Btanford
ti. w Leonora ,
This deed will he issued subject to
1970 County hens
l.nt 7 Block Ridgeway. Plat Bonk
Page 7" Section 15, rownsh
sT.uth. Range 41 East, In ihi tountjr
of Dade, State of Florida, as embrac-
ed In Cei cat; No 1301 The as-
BeB1,menl ol aid property under the
said certificate issn.-.l wat In the name
of Barbara Rl-koW. ,
This d.ed will be Issued subject to
i:.7n County li. ns
1,,, Block ''-. Ridgeway. Plal Book.
12 page 7". i" Ihe County of Had..
Stab ol Florida, as embraced in t er-
llflcate No 4362 The assussment 01
said property under the said cer-
tificate issn.-.l "us 111 the mime ol
Barbara Rakow. .
Tins deed will be Issued BUbJect to
U70 County liens.
I ol a Block 1 Ami! PI of Brown-
sub. Plat Book r. Pag-. S In the
Countv of Dade, State ot Honda, as
embraced in Certificate No 5M. The
assessment of said property tind.-r the
sail certificate issued was in the
name of Oscar Crawford.
Tins d.e.l will be issued subject to
197n County Hens.
l,.t K Blo.-k 4. Kendall Gardens, Plat
Book 65 Page 125 In the County of
Dade, Stale Of Florida, as -nib raced
in Certificate No. 5271. The assess-
ment of said properly under the said
certificate Issued was In the name ot
Allied Dev C'-rn &
This deed Will be issued subject to
1970 County taxes and liens.
S 165 ft of N MM ft of VY 520 ft of
Block 3, .1 I- Woddy Sub. Plal.Boob
n Page 1"4 Sections -'-' and ::.,. Town-
ship 57 South. Hang.- 3s Bast, contai;-
ing 1.21 acres more or less, In tho
County of Dade. Btate of Florida,^a;
embraced In Certificate N.....|M The
Bsneiismenl of said property under th'
said certificate issued was in the
name of Phlllppa G Morgan,
This deed Will be issued subject tO
1970 Countv liens ....
Cnl.ss said certificates shall be re-
deemed according to law. the pro-
nertv described herein will be BOM
to the high.-t bidder for cash at tlte
Court House do,,r on the first Mon-
day In the month of Mav A D. 1971.
whiih Is the 3rd day of May A.D.
1971.
Dntod this 29th day of March, A.D.
E. B. LEATHBRMAN
Cleril Circuit Court.
Dade Countv. Florida
By: P. P. GDI 1'STi: \ND
11. outy Cl.rk
Circuit Court Seal 4 ,,.,,.,:;.,,,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious names
of fMAfTR DBVTCBR: AMERICAN
WATERBBD COMPANY at Box 38-
-.17 Miami 18188 intends In r.irister
said names with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dad. County. Hor-
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Honda -- Friday, April 23 1971
Section B
uture Of Jarring Talks, Interim
rrangement Of Canal In Doubt
Federation and ADL Issue Statement
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the Florida Re-
gional office of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith are
pleased to announce that they have resolved their differences anc
the ADL is continuing as a beneficiary of the Combined Jewish
Appeal.
The joint announcement was released by Milton Wcis>
president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and William
M. Alper. chairman of the Regional Board of the Anti-Defama-
tion League.


ERUSALEM 1JTA1 The
bunced federation of Egypt.
C and Syria has created un-
lainty here over the future
Eve Jarring talks and the im-
K ite issue of an interim ar-
gement with Egypt to re-
in the Suez Canal.
' federation and Israel's
ms foi an interim agreement
r, discussed at Sunday's Cab-
It meeting, and when Deputy
fcmier Yigal Allon left for the
1 1 States 24 hours earlier
In scheduled, there was specu-
Hon here that he wanted an
Ir.i day of talks with U.S.
linistration officials. His mis-
Ln is believed to be linked with
Kiel's request for American
irification of the measures it
buld take to assure that Egypt
?served the terms of an in-
im agreement, but the possi-
|e effects of the new tripartite
deration will also be discussed.
Israeli political circles swnwsl
he of two opinions as to Its
ijilic itions. One view Is that
newest federation, like the
c-\-iims ones announced with
liters by the Arab*, will never
jlesce and poses no new chai-
se to Israel. A dSfferlns; view
| thit the federation announce-
nt link* Egypt with two new
lb countries thnt have con-
kH'ni'v biken n hard line to-
ird Iarael and have criticized
Jro's peace moves. This view
kined credence from the |>re-
irble to the federation p-wt
lien echoed the 1967 Arab
unit meeting declaration at
fhurloMm no te*oti'ilions, no
ognition. no police with Israel.
Prior to h's denarture Alton
lid that he would welcome the
deration if it were int-nded to
ptter the lot of the Arab peo-
(es. "Unfortunately, its cst'ib-
phment was accompanied by
Varlike pronouncements." he
aid. adding. "I was very sor-v
hear that ent i Anwar Sdat said he hid
intention of discussing future
inlets with Israel. I think this
a big mistake especially
for Egypt itself."
The poMcy of no negotiations,
[recognition or peace with Israel.
proclaimed by the presidents of
Egy- t. Libya and Syria at Beng-
hazi Saturday, shsrclv contra-
diets President Sadat's previous
acknowledgement to United Na-
tions mediator ing that he was prepared to rec-
ognize Israel's sovereignty, at
leaal de facto, ami enter into
|M!ace negotiations. Sadat's agree-
ment was regarded as the most
hopeful sign that the U.S. peace
initiative launched last summer
might at hist bear fruit.
Now, sources here said, Sadat
seems to have been influenced
by the uncompromising stands
of Presidents Muammer Qad-
dafi of Libya and Hafez el- As-
sad of Syria, .-ho have been
urging mobilization for what
they regard as an inevitable
"fourth round" of war with
Israel.
Israeli officials meanwhile
are studying the effects of the
federation announcement on the
Arab world, the Soviet Union
which is Egypt's chief backer
and France, which has sold Mi-
rage jets to Libya. Reaction in
the Arab world was predictable.
The pact was hailed by govern-
ment officials and Palestinian
guerrilla leaders alike as a ma-
jor step toward the long sought
Arab unity against Israel.
The Soviet Union also hailed
the new federation. The Com-
munist Party newspaper, Prav-
da, termed it a major step to-
ward "ultimate victory over the
forces of aggression, Zionism
and neo-colonialism in the Mid-
dle East."
There was evidence however
that the Soviets and Egyptians
have not abandoned efforts for
an interim arrangement to re-
f -i'n the Suez Canal. The sub-
ject was almost oert'Unly on the
agenda of the talks between
Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei
A. tiromyko and Egyption For-
eign Minister Mahmoiid Wad In
Moscow this week. But Rlad's
reported statement that reopen-
ing the Suez Canal was of sec-
ondary importance to Israeli
withdrawal from all Arab t*rrt-
torles has dampened the pros-
pects for an interim agreement.
Some Israeli officials believe
the new federation may have a
degenerative effect on Franco-
Arab relations. The French
agreement to sell more than 100
Mirage jets to Libya's liny air
force a year ago contained the
stipulation that the warplanes
cannot be transferred to a third
power. France assured Israel at
the time that its stipulation
would be enforced. Under the
new federation pact however,
the armed forces of Egypt, Libya
and Syria would bo interchange-
able and Egyptian and even Sy-
rian pilots could eventually be
flying Libyan Mirages.
Israel is almost certain to
make representations to France
on this matter. France report-
edly assured Israel recently
that it would halt delivery of
the Mirages to Libya if it had
evidence they were being trans-
ferred to Egypt.
passed oh to few
3 Requirements
Conveyed To U.S.
By Special Report
JERUSALEM Three ma-
jor provisions of Israel's current
position on the United States
peace initiative in the Middle
East were brought to Washing-
ton this we^k by Deputy Pre-
mier Yi'jal Alton: these paint-;
were passed on to Egypt Wednes-
day by the U.S. State Depart-
ment.
In Mr. Alton's conferences with
Secretary of State William P.
Rogers and other officials there,
he stressed thit Israel insist on:
1. An Egyptian proclamation of
an end to its beillRerency;
2. An announcement that Egypt
pledges not to cross the Suez
Canal following any Israeli
withdrawal from the water-
way agreed to as part of an
interim agreement to open
the canal;
3. An Egyptian statement that
it will conduct overall peace
negotiations with Israel.
Sources here agreed that the
announcement of Egypt's pro-
posed federation with Libya and
Syria strengthens Israel's por-
tion in the current peace talks
by shifting pressure from Jeru-
salem to Cairo.
Pronouncements by all three
of the members of the new fed-
eration reiterated the "no peace
With Israel, no territorial con-
cessions and no relaxation of
demands for Palestinians" posi-
tion previously taken.
As th" first two weeks of the
undeclared extension of the
cease-fire with Egypt ended, the
only violations reported con-
tinued to be "fly-overs" of Is-
raeli territory carried out by
United Arab Republic aircraft.
Temple Emanu-El's third annual Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaign dinner-dance paid spe-
cial honor to Judge Irving Cypen, (second from right) anc.
his wile. Harry .A Levy (right) and his wife were dinner
chairmen; Toastmaster for the evening was Ben Essen (left.
A highlight of the affair was the presentation of a "Jeru-
salem Bible" to Judge and Mrs. Cypen by Rabbi Irvine;
Lehrman (second from left).
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>Jewis*ncrMtor^
Friday, April, 23, 197)
Flieeel Is Chairman Of 'Salute To Israel'
1 jj.na.>nr<' Day as c<
Prin.
Hyman J. Fliegr] of Miami
Boach. p B'nai Zion. has boon named chair-
man of the community-wide Sa-1
hit" to Israel in the Miami Beach;
Auditorium which will climax.
South Florida's (?iTWRftion of* 1**;
reel's 23rd anniversary of inde- j
pondence Thursday. April 29, at
K ;.m. Mr. Fiiejjel's acceptance!
DM annourced by Mrs. Milton
Green of Coral Gstafeei national!
Vice president of the American I
Zion st federation and president!
of the organtzation.'a South Flor-
init.
Senator Birch Bay* (D-Ind.) |
Will be the principal speaker at
the gigantic rally expected to at-
1: > nor,' than 3,000 persons. It
will be his only public appearance
in a Ahiriwind visit to Florida by
< ne of Israel's ^taimchost advo-
catea in the United States Senate
Mr. P"lii".''l i< a member of the
nat'.oral Board of Overseers of.
Efroim H. Gale, retiring execu-
tive director of the YM-YWHA
of Greater Miami, will be hon-
ored at a Tribute Dinner Sun- j
day. May 2, for his outstanding ;
service over the past 20 years
to the "Y" and to the Greater
Miami community.
cMeatless
yet so
"Kjfcftige
IT STICKS TO THE
SPAGHETTI
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America. A former president of
Congregation Shaare Torah of
Brooklyn, he is now a member of
Temple Emanu-Kl in Miami Beach.
He was the captain of the City
ColleRe*%f*^,,eV-T%rk basketball
team, which was the first tamed
(VN'Y five'' coached by Nat Hol-
ntait, and has been an active leader
for the State of Israel throughout
his adult life.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. who will
tHke office this summer as na-
tional president of the Synagogue
Council of America, and Miami
Bench Mayor Jay Dermer, Jewish
National Fund Council president,
will extend greetings to tfaOM
gathered for the Salute to Israel.
Mayor David Kennedy of Miami
will also apeak.
The Habimah Dancers will pro-
vide the cnt> rtainment al the
rally, offi ring an updated version
of the >t:iT..'iK musical narrative,
"Passport iu Promise," starring
Mrs, Roberl Berman, Mrs. Telsa
P. lick. Mr.-. Fred Blumenthal, Mrs.
Monroe Hod, and Mrs. Bunny
Seharf. ;.ll of whom are active
members <>' the Hollywood Chapter
ol Ha l issah. Mrs. S. J. Solove is
the accompanist, The show, pro-
duced :t d by Mrs. Balick,
vritl Mrs Seharf.
The Ha 1 Players, who have
been tog
1967, have n eeived standing o\ 1-
tioi 9 al se\ ral ol their appear-
ances in recognition <>l their un-
usual presi nt il >n, fine talent and
the mi 11 content ol the
program.
"Pas poi Promise" 1 elates
in words and music" the feelings,
the couragi and the love of coun-
try that exists among the people
of the State Of Israel. "It is a
tribute to the Israelis, but also a
tribute to the Jews of America
who have given so unselfishly of
their time, their money and their
devotion to the survival of this
promised land.'' says Mrs. Seharf.
In addition to the 26 Zionist
organizations which are sponsor-
ing the rally at which there will
lie no fund-raising of any kind
such groups as the American Jew-
ish Congress. B'nai B'rith. Jewish
War Veterans. American Friends
of the Hebrew University. Ameri-
can Technion Society and others
are lending their full sunivirt ti
the official celebrat'on of Israel's
birthday as p-oclaimod bv Gov.
Reuhin Askew for the State of
Florida.
Tickets arc still available nt the
auditorium box office, 1700 Wash-
ington Ave., the American Zionist
Federation office at 603 Lincoln
Road, and from nil soonaortns
1 groups.
The Salute to Israel. Which has
j been s|>oiisored by the American
1 Zionism Federation annually since
1 1949. is being staged in cooperation
with the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. It will be one of the
I largest events held in support of
Israel on the exact date of Israel
I independence Day as celebrated
in the Jewish state, according to
the Hebrew calendar.
Public rotations activities for the
rally are being coordinated by
Gerald Schw.artz, a past pres.dcn'
of the South Florida Zionist toun-
(i| and of the Miami Lodge of
B'nai B'rith. .
Membership Luncheon
Rabbi Shoioir. D. Lipskar
cipal of Oholei Torah Day 8*3
Kill be the guest speaker at a 0V?
luncheon to be b*-ld Tuesday Mi
by Oholei Torah Women. I?*}
ng to presidii.: 1 members y '
Gimple Orimla-.d. Mrs. Monasta
Hirsch and M. Hyman Kolka
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Editorial Helps Defeat
Proposed Voting Change
Mayor Dermer Installing I -*,"
Miami Beach Mayo* Jay Dermer April 29. at noon. The program
will install the officers of B'nai will also feature a fashion show
li'rith Latin Women's Chapter at and an Israeli entertainer.
An editorial in The Jewish Flor-
jdian has hepn credited by officials
Of the Rabbinical Association of
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RAM. SOLOMON SCHIff
The two men appeared before
the Dade County Metro commis-
sion, which voted unanimous op-
position to Saturday voting. It
also voted, by a 4-2 margin, to en-
dorse Sunday voting as advocated
by State Rep. Robert Hartnett.
Following the Metro Commis-
sion action, and upon petition
from Rabbi Klliot Winograd of
Temple Israel of Miramar. chair-
man Di the Rabbinical Association's
legislative committee. Rep. Hart-
nett withdrew his Saturday voting
bill from consideration.
In its presentation, the associa-
tion made the following points:
Should provisions be made for
absentee Iwtlloting. .opposition
would still remain, for the follow-
ing reasons:
Since an entire group would be
prohibited from voting on the regu-
lar day it would make them in ef-
fect, second class citizens.
It would require an extra ef-1
i fort to vote absentee, and possi-
I bly extra cost to the voter should
I notoiization be required.
It would disenfranci.se
Day Adventist-s as well.
machine ballots
Seven
Greater "ami with aiding the
defeat o! a proposal to change
election Florida from Tuesday
to Satini .
The editorial, which appeared in
March 19 1971. edition, told of
strong protnrti if Protestant and1
Catholic cy in Tennessee to a The cost of handling pai>er bil-
suggested shift to Saturday voting, lot.- i-. far urcater than automatic
A states** nt by the Tennessee
Christian >J.ergymcn Bald "X\v
change w; .ild be offensive to our
Jewish r-vthren and our Christian
brothers."
Efforts to deleat Florida's Sat-
urday rr.. .-are were led by Raiibi
Sol Landau, president ol the Rab-
binical Association, and by Rabbi
Solomon Schiff, executive vice
president nd community chaplain.
It would jeopardize the princi-
ple of the secret ballot, a sacred
American tradition. This would
occur since this group would con-
sistently vote absentee, the way
they vote would stand out as a
block. Where a controversial elec-
tion takes place, it is conceivable
thai some may refrain from voting
so as not to have their vote stand
out as a permanent public record.
In addition. Rabbi Schiff pointed
out that where weekend voting oc-
curs in some European countries
< which prompted the attempt
here i. voting is never on Saturday
since it would discriminate against
Jews and Seventh Day Adventists.
lie further noted that when an
lection was held on Saturday
September 11. 1965, in North Mi-
ami after being postponed due to
Hurricane Donna, very strong emo-
j tional feelings resulted despite a
; provision for absentee voting, and
then was no unusual voter turn-
out.
Asked if the Association would
object to Sunday voting. Rabbi
Landau responded that if such
voting would violate any religious
principles of Christians, they would
oppose it as strongly as Saturday
voting.
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Home's Silver Anniversarj at a
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i Playboy Plaza Hotel.
I eo Jr., president of the
!,,:;.. beneficiary agency oi
. i ; Miami Jewish Fedcra-
Unite i Fund of Dade
Count} declared that Dade Coun-
ty's record Increase in population
luring '' l '--i 25 yeara is only
surpass by the phenomenal
growth Its elderly population
during I same period,
Judgt I ving Cypen, honorary
pn v.i.: : the Home, is serving
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Friday. April, 23, 1971
David Fleeman To Receive
*71 Human Relations Award
Miami pioneer and developer
] il Fleeman will receive the
Human Relations Award of
American Jewish Committee, will:
offer a special tribute to Mr. Flee-
man, who has been a Miami resi-
dent since 1926, for his community
. fcrvicii- *- .-.
A graduate of the University of
Florida Mr. Fleeman was a Major
in the U.S. Army during World
War II and his community In-
volvement has been exceptional.
He is a vice president of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aecd and the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
an l i | as) Dresident of the Amei l-
cau Jewish Committee anil the
Builders Association and a to
\ ce president of Dade County's
EOPI. His firm, Fleeman Bull 1-
5, has been building homes
:) ide I"mnty for man) yeai s.
Workmen's Circle Holds
A Joint Celebration
A joint celebration will be
by Branches 28 and 692 of The
Workmen's Circle. Jewish Social-
ist Farband. and the Socia! Demo-
cratic Federation Saturday, May
1, at 7:30 p.m. in the Labor Ly-
ceum, 25 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach.
Stephen J. Remsen. a staff mem-
ber of the Teamsters Union Labor
Institute, will be guest gpeakei
Abraham Krashinsky, well-known
local artist, will be soloist.
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The new ly organizi d Ch
ter 1 Mizrachi Worn n
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Alfred Finkelstein, pres
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!a Mrs. Ftol ert Sirull
VIrs. Riohai Baile;
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DAVID HUMAN
the American Jewish Committee
a: the annual dinner-dance meet-
of the Greater Miami Chap-
in the Sonesta Beach Hotel
M y 8, it has been announced. A
testimonial cocktail party on be-
half of the Appeal for Human Re-
in ions will precede the dinner.
Morton Silberman. Miami busi-
nessman and a prime mover of
the Federation's CJA-IEF cam-
n who is chairman of the Tes-
timonial Committee. declared
This man is a giant. David lives
h human relations ideals whether
in the Coalition, EOPI, Federation
American Jewish Committee.
1 '. deration has approved our goal
o- $40,000 because of our financial
limitations and our respect for
[ogress of the American Jew-
ish Committee."
Speaker of the evening. The Hon.
Morris B. Abram. former presi-
dent of Brandeis University ind
past president of the
Registration Opens For
Community School Classes
ition opened this week
Community School classes to
be conducted at Ponce le 1 eon
lllor High School. 5801 A -:
Coral Gables (across U.S.1 from
the University of Miami 1. The
first of the evening sessions will
ix held Monday; the courses will
continue through the month of June
and a small charge is made. Walt
pant, Jr., director, report* I.
Typing will be taught Mondays
and"Wednesdays from 7-9:30 p.m.;
beginning sewing is scheduled for
from 7-10 p.m. Tuesdays and por-
trait painting from 7:30-10 p.m.;
a class in general art and oil tech-
niques will meet Wednesdays from
7:30-10 p.m.: classes in advanced
sewing and clothing construction
from 7-10 p.m. and wood and metal
1 reject shop will be held Thursday
from 7-9 p.m.
Artists Participate In
14th Anniversary Exhibit
The Miami Beach Art Club is
celel ratta | its 14th anniversary
with an April 25 May 21 exhibi-
tion of painting and sculpture at
Temple Beth Sholom's Lowe-
Levinson Art Gallery, which is
under the chairmanship of Mrs.
David Dri'cker. according to an
announcement by Harry Rossman.
presiding officer of the dub.
Artists participating in the exhi-
bition include Jacque Van Aalten.
Samuel S. Goldberg. Lou Jacoby.
Max Jeneks. Bertha E. Kin,'. Lou
Koprnan. Ida R. Lear, Rose Levin,
] in I.ieb'iman, Ann Mehlman.
Jena Nichols. Abe P'.uUer. Har-
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'Heifetz' Bell System
Family Theatre Special
"Heifetz," n one-hour color spe-
cial to be presented by the Boll
System Family Theatre, will bring
famed violinist Ja^cba Heifd 2
back to the television screen after
an absence of 19 years. A major
poition of the program, which will
be seen on Fridav from 10-11 p.m.
was filmed in Paris.
Certain concert portions were
taoed in the studios of the French
government radio and television
network; one of his favorite pieces.
Max Brueh's "Scottish Fantasy."
was taped in the historic Theatre
des Champs-Flysces. "Heifetz" al-
so shows the violinist at his home
in Beverly Hills.
elfewisli Floridian
the KAJoman s LAJorla
Friday. April 23, 1971
Page 5-B
Hadassah Groups' Activities Planned
Mrs. Leon H. Henry (left) accepts the gavel from Mrs. Julius
Bearman after her election to the presidency of the Sister-
hood of Temple Judea.
Seniors' Show, Donee Set
The American Federation of
Senior Citizens, Inc.. has sched-
uled a dinner, show and dance in
the Rubaiyat Room of the Algiers
Hotel at 7 p.m. Sundav with Miami
Beach Mayor Jay Dormer and
Metro's Mavor Steve Clark as the
speakers. Monty Leeds anil his or-
chestra will provide music for
dancing; Yiddish-American singer
Charlotte Coowr and vocalist Da-
vid Panner will also be featured.
The Stephen S. Wise Group of
Hadassah will hold an installation
lucheon at the Algiers Hotel Mon-
day noon with Debbie Wernick as
installing officer. Musical enter-
: tainment will be presented by
I Katherine Russell, accompanied by
Aida Yaslo. Mrs. Joseph Sosna is
president of the group.
Sophie Primak will present a
review of the book "Golda Meir"
at Herzl Group's regular meeting
in the Algiers Hotel Monday at
12:30 p.m. Mrs. Ben Zc igmun .5
president.
Kddie Cantor Group's insta a-
tion luncheon will take place at
11:30 a.m. Monday in the F "-:".-
tainrbleau Hotel. Shirley Gi i
is president.
An eye-bank card party id
luncheon will be held by the Forte
Towers Group Tuesday noon in
the Algiers Hotel, according to an
announcement by Either Roc! s.
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Temple Judea Slate Of Officers Chosen Business students contest
The Sisterhood of Tenvile Ju-
dea elected its officers for the
coming year this week. The new
slate will be installed during oath-
taklng ceremonies scheduled for
May 19.
Joy (Mrs. Leon) Henry will be
in the top leadership post; An-
nette iMrs. Bornardi Yesner was
chosen to serve with her as execu-
tive vice president. Also serving as
vice presidents are Myrna (Mrs.
Sheldon I Palley. fund raising;
Linda (Mrs, Norman) Spitzer.
membership; Barbara (Mrs. Stan-
ley > Bul'oin. program, and Phyllis
i Mrs. Hai veyl
school.
Miller, religious
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Kurt i Frank, corresponding secre-
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I financial secretary; Marilyn (Mrs.
Richard) Lewis, treasurer, and
! Harlene (Mrs. Clifford) Marks,
historian.
Hillel Sponsoring Israel
Independence Celebration
The University of Miami Hillel
I Foundation of B'nai B'rith was to
i sponsor an Israel Independence
celebration Thursday at 8 p.m. on
; the Student Union patio.
Yacov Dan. featured performer.
! 's a nat:\( Is -aeli who plays the
electric accordion and blends his
Sabra culture with the French.
North African and Jewish tradi-
tions of h's MiTwcn parents.
Business students in Dado Coun-
ty public schools will compete in
the Dado County Business Kdiica-
the spring contest sponsored by
tion Asse-ciation in Scott Hall on
the Miami Dade Junior College
N'orth Campus Wednesday at 9:30
a.m. Awards will be presented to
top contestants in beginning and
advanced bookkeeping, shorthand
and typewriting. Fach school is in-
vited to send their top two stu-
dents in each of these categories.
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*Jewish HorkfcM)
Fridcy. April, 23. 1971
Temple Beth Am Finalizes
May 1 Bonds Event Plans
M for tlv annual Temple
V. th Am-Israel Dinner of State at
Die Fontaini bli i Hotel
MARVIN MABKOWITZ
completed al a cocktail reception
hosted bj Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell
Dauer, chairmen ol the committee
. hosts, al their home 1109 Har-
dee Rd., Coral Gables, last week-
< nd.
Marvin Markowitz, temple and
community leader, was named
man "i the S iturday, May 1.
Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard.
spiritual lea ler of Temple Beth
Am, will serve -is honorary chair-
man.
Others who head committees
Barton S. L' lell, president:
.1;.v 1. Kisli.k and David J. Light.
honorary ch drmen; Mr. and Mrs.
A).in I".. Ke3ler, chairmen of the
ption i ommil tee; Leonard
Luria, chairman of trustees; Jo-
r, .1. William Baros,
H rman F< Idman and Bernard
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rnd Mi Albert Levlne will
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League Concert Set
T Miami BV ach Music and
An- League will hold the final
concen "i the season at 8:15 p.m.
Monday in the Miami Beach Au-
ditorium. Mary Sevitzky Porta-
nova. harpist and pianist Leonard
Eisnt r will Ik- the featured artists.
Now the wife of sculptor and
designer Joseph Portanova of Los
I Angeles, the former principal
harpist with th" Greater Miami
Philharmonic, wifi of the late con-
ductor Fabicn Sevitzky is return-
i ing after a two-year absence. Mr.
Eisner has si rved on the faculties
of th' Carnegie Institute of Tech-
nology and the Juilliard School of
I M'isic
The twin recital was originally
scheduled at the Carillon Hotel: it
was opened to th.- general public
after being Shifted to tlv audito-
rium facilities Procd ds will go to
the League's scholarship fund
which aids talented Dade County
I music students.
Tickers are available at the au-
ditorium box offio "i may !- se-
cured by calling Boris Grabcr or
Rose Lawson.
Miami Happenings
,,....- t ol the l -ading national
,nd Inl ^national women golf-
ers have entered Burdinc's Third
Annual invilatfpmljrourniun. t.
|fng i ;it on the L.P.G.A.
lit, which will be held
through Sunday at the Countrj
Club of Miami as an American
Cancer Society ben. fit. Kutliy
Whit worth has entered :C:iml
Mann and sjndra Kaynte will
be battling it out this year.
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Getting together to plan the Israel Histadrut Council of South
Florida dinner which will take place in the Grand Ballroom
of the Fontainebleau Hotel on Wednesday, are. from left to
right, Jacob Rifkin, chairman of the Business and Profes-
sional Council of Histadrut; Metro Mayor Steve Clark, who
will be honored at the event; Philip Sahl, cochairman of the
dinner, and Morris Newmark, treasurer of Histadrut.
Metro Mayor Steve Clark
To Be Honored At Benefit
Some of tli- most important
11,inn's in Great'1!- Miami business
have been named to head com-
mit los planning th-' dinner honor-
ing Metro's M lyor Steve Chirk,
Wednesday, in the Fontainebleau
Hotel's Gram! Ballroom.
The dinner la iK-ing sponsoivd
In the Israel Histadrut Couneil of
South Florida to help launch the
loim-planned Steve Clark-Hista-
drut Clinic in IVeishebu, Israel.
George McLean, a prominent
Miami Community leader and
Philip Sahl. oi the Miami Beach
Four Freedoms ha\e lxen named
a- eochairmen of the dinner.
Cninmittees which have been
formed include: Transportation.
headed by Ralph Ryder; Engineer-
ing, (k-orge Kunde. Construction,
Is ."h Behrins, and Business and
Industrial; Tom Clark. The Latin-
Jewish Division will be headed by
Ellis Gomez.
Proceeds of the S50-a-plate (tax
deductible' dinner will go to the
new clinic, planned as a part of
Israel's Kupat Holim Medical Serv-
ice, one of the major projects of
Histadrut in Israel. Kupat Holim
provides 80'; of the Jews in Is-
rael with the most modern medi-
cal facilities and trained medical
personnel through hospitals and
clinics anil is a prime working ex-
ample of such facilities throughout
the wen Id.
The Mayor's office is working
closely with the Israel Histadrut
Foundation, of which Rabbi Leon
Kronish is national board chair-
man. Tickets are still available
for the dinner by calling the
Mayor's office: approximately 750
guests are anticipated.
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Opera Guild Presents
'Madama Butterfly'
Giacorm Puccini's beloved am.
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Beach Auditorium.
"Madama Butterfly," the fourth
major production to be mounted
by the Opera Guild this season, is
being presented as a benefit per-
formance for the Opera Guild's
new Educational Center Building
Fund.
The three-act opera, to be sung
in Italian, will feature the cele-
brated Japanese soprano Atsuko
Azuma in the title role. Appearing
opposite Miss Azuma as Lt. Pink-
erton is tenor Mallory Walker of
the Stuttgart (Germany i Opera
Company. Others in the cast in-
clude Miami me/'o-soprano Salwa
Merrige as Suzuki. Metropolitan
and I.n Scala tenor Mariano Ca-
ruso as Goro, and New York bari-
tone James Farrar as Sharp'less.
Also appearing in "'Madama But-
terfly" are Opera Guild baritone
Edward Doe as the Bonze, tenor
James Carpenter as Yamadori,
mezzo-soprano Consuelo Lindner
as Kate Pinkerton. bass Marx
Faber as the registrar, and Daniel
Green as the Imperial Commis-
sioner.
Music director and conductor
for "Butterfly" is Emerson Buck-
ley. Associate conductor and
chorus master is Paul Csonka.
Stage director is Anthony Stiva-
nello.
Miss Azuma. a leading soprano
of the Tokyo. Berlin and Vienna
I Opera Companies, will l>c making
; her American debut here as "Mad-
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Tickets for the special benefit
performance of "Madama Butter-
fly" are now on sale at the box
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in Coral Gables
ACLU Presenting Series
The third pres rttatii 11 in the
Greater Miami Chapter ..f ACLU's
informal series on "What Are the
Limits of Government Inti rven-
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be held at 8 p.m. Friday in the
r-M's Wesley Foundation, 1210
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John Huddy of the Miami Herald.
lima Robbins Feder, ACLU co-1
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Vale Feder, chairman of Florida's
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Barbara I. Pod-ell and Stanley B. Lubin
Exchange Their Vows At Beth Kodesh
arbara Iris Podcll and Stanley
Bo. ry Lubin were married Friday.
A;ril 16. at Temple Beth Kodesh,
With Rabbi Max Shapiro officiat-
i; | .
"he bride, a tearher at Rainbow
Park Elementary School in Opa-
:a. is the daughter of the late ;
A rray and ^ania Podell. She is i
a graduate of Coral Gables Senior
H gh School. Miami-Dade Junior |
< tege and Florida Atlantic Uni- '
\ rsity.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mis. John Lubin of Passaic. N.J..
duett vi from hinh school in Pas-
and attended Farleigh Dick-
. on University. He is now as-
iated with the Miami Beach of-
:. of Southern Bell Telephone Co.
For h.-r wedding, the new Mis.
I_. Sin chose a white peau de soie
pant suit with rhinestone buttons
topped with a floor-length silver
lame coat. She carried a bridal ar-
rangement of white roses and an
hell loam Bible. Her maid of honor.
Lyn Pont, wore a sky blue gown
and carried a bouquet of roses ac-
cented with blue and green. The
groom was attended by Stuart
Kaplan, best man.
A > cktail reception and dinner
party was hosted for the couple
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Pont following the cere-
monies. Dinner, catered by Gordon
and Pont Kosher Caterers, was
Bel \ I'd on the patio to some 50
guests.
Mr. and Mrs. LvMn will make
their home in Miami after a hon-
eymoon cruise of the Caribbean.
Fewells Announce
Carol's Engagement
To Jeffrey D. Blum
~lr. and Mrs. Robert Fewell of
930 S. Greenway Drive. Coral
Gables, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Carol Ann, to
Jeffrey Dennis Blum. The wed-
dir.g has been scheduled for June
13
The brido-to-bo graduated from
al Gables High School and at-
'. ted the University of Miami,
where her sorority was Delta Delta
D> .ta. She was a nationally-known
it. del in New York and is cur-
re- tl> employed as a stewardess
v -h Northeast Airlines. Native
M imians, the Fewells are mem-
I of the Coral Gables Country
c ,b and the Jockey Club.
TTie future groom is the son of
' and Mrs. Milton Blum. 5838
Collins Ave., Miami Beach. He
B1 tended schoo's in Japan and Eur-
and graduated from Miami
E ich Senior High School and the
University of Florida, where he
Wl s president of Pi lambda Phi
fraternity- He is currently a sen-
; at Emory University School of
1 ntistry and will intern at Mount
Sinai Hospital following his grad-
uation in June.
Henrietta Cohen Becomes The Bride
Of Guillermo Sostchin, Local Attorney
PAMHA I. BIUIR
At the annual dinner of The
American Federation Of Senior
Citizens, Inc. at the Algiers
Hotel Sunday, Mrs. Rose An-
derson will be presented with a
plaque, in recognition of her
dedication to the welfare of the
citizens of Miami Beach. Mrs.
Anderson is associated with the
Welfare Department of Miami
Beach, and a member of the
National Association of Social
Workers.
Pamela Biller And
Harold J. Sanes To
Marry In August
Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Biller,
1170 NE 169th Ter.. announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Pamela Jean, to Harold Jeffrey
Sanes. son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Sanes, 13651 SW 77th Ave.
The bride-elect, a graduate of
Miami Norland High School is an
honor student at the University of
Florida, where she is in her soph-
omore year. Her fiance graduated
from Palmetto Senior High School
and the University of Florida,
where he was an officer of his
fraternity, Alpha Epsilon Pi. He
will enroll in the U-F School of
Law next September.
The couple will be married at
the Algiers Hotel. Miami Beach,
in August.
Lorber Chapter Auction
Lorber Chapter of Children's
Asthma Research Institute and j
Hospital at Denver will hold an i
art auction at Temple Beth Am, |
5950 SW 88th St.. Sunday at 2 p.m.
The public is invited to preview j
the works being offered, including ,
that of Picasso, Dali. Chagall, and |
others, from noon until 2 p.m. The
auction proceeds will go to sup-
port the work of CARIH, which
provides free care for youngsters
suffering from intractable asthma.
Rabbi Sol Landau officiated at
the Sheraton Four Ambassadors
ceremonies which made Henrietta
the nuptials at the hotel.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mr* Jose Cohen. 370 SW 17th Rd..
gradual, d cum laude from the
University of Miami and >s pres-
ently employed by Flagler Federal
Savings and Loan Association in
the personnel and public relations
department. Her husband, a local
attorney, graduated from the I -M
School 'of Law. His parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Yanquel SoStchin live at
1045 6th St.. Miami Beach.
The I ride selected a gown of
candlelight organza for her wed-
ding. She was attended by her
sister, Rochelle Suster. matron of
honor, and bridesmaids Linda
Bums. Janet Inncnberg, Resa
Wolfson, Regina Burkley and
Becky Knorpel. The groomsmen
included David Sostehin. best man.
i and David Stone. Luis Stabinsky.
Jaime Suster. Isaac Osin and Marc
j Wolfson. ushers.
The couple will live in Coral
! Gables aft( r a honeymoon in
Mexico.
Cohen the bride of Guillermo Sost-
ehin at 6 p.m. Sunday. April IS. A
reception for the couple followed

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Local JWY Auxiliary Activity Scheduled
Auxiliary volunteers scheduled
to take the portable telephone to
bedridden patients at the VA Hos-
pital during the coming week in-
clude ladies from Norman Bruce
Brown 174 Saturday, Miami Beach
330 Sunday, Murray Solomon 243
Monday, and North Shore 677 on
Tuesday. Mrs. Lillian Schocn of
North Shore will service the Pa-
tents' Library Tuesday.
Newly elected president Claire
Greenwald will preside over the
Norman Bruce Brown board meet-
ing Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the office
of Selma Lefkowitz. senior vice
president
Shirley Pearlman, who was re-
eently dieted president of the
auxiliary of Robert K. Franzblau
Post 177, will preside at the reg-
ular business meeting to be held
at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Temple Is-
rael of Miramar.
Murray Solomon 243 will hold a
board meeting Tuesday at 8:15
p.m. in Merrick Demonstration
School, Coral Gables, with Mrs.
Betty Aronof, its new president,
in charge.
Department president Justine
A'oramowitz will install the newly
elected president and officers of
Four Freedoms 402 Thursday,
April 29, at 2 p.m. in the Four
Freedoms' roof garden.
North Shore 677 will meet at
the Washington Federal 1133 Nor-
mandy Dr.. Wednesday at 7:30
p.m. with newly elected president
Ethel Goldberg presiding.
Abe Horrowitz 682 will hold a
card party and "Treasure Chest"
drawing at Unified Hall Thursday,
April 29. at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Rose Weissman, president,
will preside at the regular busi-
ness meeting of Points East 698
in the building's club house Mon-
day at 8 p.m.
Harry M. Cohen 723 members
will visit the South Florida State
Hospital Sunday with gifts for pa-
tients; they will sponsor a social
hour, serving doughnuts and cof-
fee. Also scheduled for Sunday is
a joint Post and Auxiliary 13th
anniversary celebration during
which the outgoing officers will
be honored.
Mayor Clark Main Speaker
Mayor Steve Clark will be the
principal speaker at the South
Dade Democratic Association meet-
ing to be hold Friday at 8 p.m. in
the Perrine Community House.
Metropolitan Commissioner Joyce
Goldberg will also address the
members and guests.
Sisterhood To Elect
When the Sisterhood of the Is-
raelite Center Temple meets Tues-
day at 8 p.m. in the Social Hall,
Mrs. Al Zisman, nomination chair-
man, will bring in a slate of of-
ficers for election, and Rabbi Av-
-om Drazin will present a study
on "The Role Of Jewish Women."
Art Show-Press Preview
An Art Show opening and Press
Preview has been scheduled in the
lobby of the Merchandise Mart
from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday. Members
of the press will see the art and
merchandise collected for Ch. 2's
sixth annual television auction, to
') held May 3-9.
Mrs. Mike Sumberg will nar-
rate "Image," a film about the
modern Jewish woman before
a meeting of the Justine Chap-
ter of American Jewish Con-
gress Thursday, April 29, at
12:30 p.m. in the Card Room
of the Island Terrace Apart-
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Friday, April. 23. 1971

Presentation Of 4La Sylphide'
Heads of the Seacoast Towers East Israel Bond Committee
discuss plans for year-round activities in support of Israel
Bonds at the Collins Avenue high-rise building. Seated are
David J. Light, honorary chairman, and Mrs. Myron Cohen,
cochairman; standing, are J. A. Herwitz, (left) chairman, and
Harry Socolof, cochairman. When residents of Seacoast
Towers sponsored a "Night in Israel" honoring Nathan Dar-
sky recently, more than S509.000 in Israel Bonds was pur-
chased.
JVS Dedicating Building Named For Late Director
Dedication ceremonies for th"
:> Michael Goodman Building of
the Jewish Vocational Service of
er Miami will in* held Maj
.1 ii the JVS headquarters, 318
KVV 25th St.
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La SyipMde," the first of all
the romantic ballets, will Ik- the
major event of the Greater Miami
ballet season. It will I*' performed
by the Miami Ballet Company in
the Dade County Auditorium Fri-
day and Saturday evening with
Violetie Verdy and Edward Vil-
klla of the New York City Ballet
and Frederic Franklin. Andrea
Price and Ronald Newman, solo-
es is of the National Ballet, as the
guest artists.
Friday evening's performance is
being sponsored by UNICO, an or-
ganization raising funds for char-
itable purposes; Saturday, how-
ever, has been designated as "Mi-
ami Ballet Night.'1
Klsa-Marianne Von Rosen of
Copenhagen was engaged by the
National Ballet to stage the pro-
duction; she purchased both cos-
Local Delegation In
New York For JWVA
Committee Meeting
Justine Abramowitz, president
of the JWV's Department of Flor-
ida Ladies Auxiliary, is heading a
local delegation to the national ex-
ecutive committee meeting iii New
York this weekend
The local ladies, including Mrs
Biilie Kern, national senior vice
president, Mrs. Malvina Freeman,
national judge advocate, and Mrs.
Evelyn LeVine, a member of the
national budget committee, "ill
attend the testimonial and awards
luncheon lor Mrs. Joan Can/
Cooney creator of the "Sesame
Street" children's television pro-
gram, which will be a highlight ol
the weekend.
Mrs. Cooney will receive the
coveted National ladies Auxiliary
"Woman of the Year" award for
her outstanding contribution in
the field of creative education.
The presentation will be made by
Mrs. Daisce B. Haborman of Sara-
sota, national Woman of th*' Year
chairman.
tunics and scenery in London.
Thomas Armour, artistic director
Ol the Miami Ballet, arranged for
his counterpart in the National
Ballet. Frederic Franklin, to do
the staging here in addition to
dancing the principal role of
MMff^'tm'^Vitcl*,
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Ralph Hoffmann of the National
Ballet will serve as stage manag-
er; he will be assisted by Miami
Ballet's stage manager Demetrio
Men.-nde/. The Miami Ballet Or-
chestra will be conducted by Ot-
tavio de Rose, musical director of
the National Ballet.
"La Sylphide" was staged by
Mr. Franklin last January. It has
been rehearsed and polished by
Martha Mahr. a c..director or the
local ballet company. Two other
I codirectors. Rcnee Zintgraff and
Robert Bike, will dance the roles
I of mother and uncle; Mary Fell-
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and Victoria Mayi r that ol
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The Jewish Youth Council of Greater Miami, which is com-
prised of six major Jewish youth organizations, will hold an
Israel Independence Day celebration Sunday afternoon at
Miami Beach Senior High School. Setting plans for the event
are, from left to right, Elliot Cohan, director, Women's Divi-
sion, Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Alfred Union, chair-
man. Jewish Youth Council of Greater Miami; Arnold Feiner,
staff coordinator of the Jewish Youth Council of Greater
Miami, and Eddie Lipton, chairman and Yom Hashoa co-
oidinator, Southeast Federation oi Temple Youth.
Youth Council Schedules
Festival At High School
Concert Featuring
Mandolins, Piano,
Tenor, Soprano
The Miami Beach Cultural So- j
cic ty conceit in the auditorium of'
the Miami Beach Federal at 755
Washington Aw., will feature Hol-
lywood's 28-mandolin orchestra
under the baton of Abe Sagan.
Concert Pianist Sarah Polak "ill
accompany the group in its pres-
entation of selections from Broad-
way musicals, Hungarian, Russian
and Hebrew melodies.
The Saturday evening i vi nl will
also Include liturgical hymns by
Cantor Carl Mender, solos and
duets by lyric soprano Elsa Zieg-
ler and tenor Sol Zw< igel, accom-
panied by pianist Helen Skolnik,
and a piano recital by 14-year-old
Debbie Wong, who has won gold
medals and cash prizes in the In-
ternational piarm recording com-
petition. Miss Wong, who studies
with Madame Natalie Klimkevich,
will present compositions by Men-
delssohn, Beethoven ami Chopin.
Allen A. Dworkis, president the .Miami Beach Cultural Society,
mas be contacted for tickets.
The Jewish Youth Council of
Greater Miami will host the Israel
Independence Day Youth Festival
on the grounds of Miami Beach
Senior High School, located at
Washington Avenue and Pine Tree
1 >i i.e. Sunday from noon to 6 p.m.
The Jewish Youth Council is
comprised of six major Jewish
youth organizations, including the
B'nai Brith Youth Organization
ir.r.YOi: YM-YWHA of Greater
Mil mi. the Southeast Federation
(i Temple Youth fSEFTY). United
Synagogue Youth (USY, Yuunc
Judaea (the Zionist youth movc-
" >t > and the National Confer-
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Poetry Prof. Baum's
Book Review Topic
The Miami Chapter Women's
Division. American Society for
Technion will hold a coffee hook
n vkw at the home of Mis. Jew
SpTrer, 12 Catalonia Ave., ('oral
Gal les, Friday at 9:30 a.m.
Prof. Ellen K. Baum and h< r
father, Rabbi David K. Miller a
former resident <.f Boston, will be
present ins; an 'ArgOB of Israeli
Poetry" tracing iis development
from Biblical to contempi rary
times.
Prof, Baum, who was associated
with tin University of Miami's
Literature. Philosophy, Art His-
tory and Humanities departments
until her retirement recently,
epitomizes the woman's role in ed-
ucation in the United States just
as Technion epitomizes the educa-
tion of scientists, doctors, teachers
and engineers in Israel, according
to Mrs. Martin Spector, president
oi the local group.
Miss Ann VVolman is making
reservations for Friday morning's
I \ ellt.
The program will include Is-
raeli singing and dancing through-
out the afternoon by various youth
groups, as well as professional en-
tertainment. In addition, young-
sters from these groups will be
sponsoring hooths from which
they will sell various Israeli arti-
facts, souvenirs, food and delica-
cies: they will also provide infor-
mation on youth programs in
Israel.
The entire community is in-
vited to join in the celebration:
there is no admission charge ac-
cording to Alfred Union chairman
of the Jewish Youth Council, and
staff coordinator Arnie Feiner.
Gerstein Guest Speaker
State Attorney Richard E. Ger-
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Monday's meeting of Freedom
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Friday. April, 23, 197]
Sports for Teens? Try Harder Hall | pr0f WilHamS Will
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Teenage Floridiana arc fortunate
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camp in the country located In thf
scenic Highlands-Lake region Of
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Teenagers who feel they have
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and Tennis Camp. Here the empha-
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games golf, tennis, sailing,
water-skiing, bridge anil chess.
Tile golf staff is headed by Tony
Anthony, who has been a member
of the P.G.A. for 25 years and has
spent most of that time teaching
youngsters golf. He is assisted by
5 other P.G.A. golf professionals.
The campers have at their dis-
posal, and for their sole use. the
Harder Hall Dick Wilson, champ-
ionship lS-hole go'.f course, as well
as additional putting greens, driv-
ing range and practice ar is
Campers who specialize ;n golf
MIST take their golf lessons and
practice daily, but they schedule
all the rest of their activities them-
selves. There is unlimited sailing
and w iter-skiing at the camp.
The tennis program is headed
up by Jack Seymour, U.S.L.T.A.
and his very capable assistants,
who rjn a gnat tennis program on
the camp's all-weather courts
In addition, the regular sports,
such as softba'd. football, basket-
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available.
The extensive and varied eve-
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live bands, college bowls. Las Vegas
night, bowiing and paol. camp
shows, movies in town aid lots
more. Campers live in air-con-
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Reading and Math Clinics Traditional Friday & Sabbath
Servicas Bar Mitzvah Lessons All Dietary Lam Observed
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Sydney S. Traum, president of
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Society, has announced that Dr.
H. Franklin Williams. Professor
of History at the University of
Miami, will address the group at
Sunday's 8 p.m. meeting, which
will he held at the h>me of Rnbhi
Barry Tabachnikoff, 8201 SW 94th
Street.
Dr. Williams, financial secre-
tary of the American Technion
Society, will speak on the topic.
"The Long Range Role of th''
Technion in Israel."
The Greater Miami Young Adult
Chapter is composed of young
singles and married adults, most
of whom are below the age of 35.
They meet regularly, on a social
basis, for the purpose of furthering
the efforts of the Technion-Israel
Institute of Technology. Israel's
oldest and largest university, de-
voted to the engineering and sci-
entific disciplines.
This meeting is open to the pub-
llc; reservations may be obtained
by calling Mrs. Barbara Davis or
Mrs. Judiannc Traum.
Mountain Lake's
Campers Will Be
Studying Ecology
Something new in camp pro-
gramming is being planned for
Camp Mountain Lake campers
this season.
According to Al and Nannette
Sa> Ige, owners, city-type camp-
ers who would normally just read
about the unspoiled natural won-
der- of the world will this year
l>e able to become personally in-
volved and aware of the ecology
"oblems facing the country
h th" camp's carefully plai -
nod program.
Ecology specialists from univei
slties in the area of the North
Carolina camp will conduct "rap"
ms with campers regarding
studies and methods of preserving
the ecology.
"Summer camp in an area like
Hendersonville with unspoiled ecol-
, ., clear waters, unpolluted
air and natural foliage is a
_ treat opportunity for youngsters
to see what ;t'- all about," the
Savages add. Campers will also
participate in a tree plaining and
soil erosion prevention program.
Tiie popular North Carolina
camp for hoys and girls combines
ill modern and athletic facilities
in order to provide a balanced
carp/ping program. Instruction in
ill types of athletics is available
to both beginners and experienced
Mountain Lake campers.
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Friday, April 23, 1971
Jewisli flcridiar
Page 13-B
J[jcir Hi.mill. CARMAN"
Debbie, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Carman, will be-
te mie a Bat Mitzvah at Temple
tdenorah, Friday evening April 23.
Debbie, a seventh grade honor
Jstudent at North Miami Junior
High School, plays in the school
band and is studying voice.
Following the services there will
bo m Oneg Sliabbat in the cele-
brant's honor.
& ^ &
JORDAN BROAD
i the son of Heywood
t i .! Mrs Berl i Broad wi'.l
I i Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Sal irday morning, April
Ian is a student I Nautilus
n HI h School whore he is
i nth g 'ade.
BRET FEINOOLD
| son of Mr. in I Mrs.
; mgold, will become Bar
vah Saturd ijr, April 24, a(
pie '-' in. '
i seventh grade Btudenl
,i ;l ides Junior High School, is
xcellent bowler.
Mr. and Mrs. Feingold will hosl
ception and dinner in Bret's
Torah as a Bar Mitzvah Saturday,
April 24, at Temple Or Olom.
A seventh grade student at West
Miami Junior High School. Robert
sings in the school chorus.
Mr. and Mrs. Fisher will host
the Oneg Shabbut Friday evening
and the Kiddush following the serv
Lees Saturday morning.
Among the honored guests will
be Robert's grandparents, Mr, and
Mrs. Jacob Fisher and Mr. and
Mrs. Harrj Jack Rappaport.
ir
JACK KAT/KN
Jack Daniel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry K'ltzen, 10330 SW llsl
St., will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah
at Ti n pie i Ir i y. i i Saturday
24,
enth ler al Rlvl-
lunior H 1 was a
if th
r
for two s- i\i(
|h mor on Saturday evening.
it ir
RONALD SCHONWKTTKR
Ronald Seott. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Schonwetter. will be-
Icomc a Bar Mitzvah Saturday.
April 24, at Beth Torah Congre-
[ gation.
Ronald, a seventh grade stu-
dent at John F. Kennedy High
School, is a member of its Stu-1
dent Council. He attends Beth I
I Torah Religious School and is an'
lac'ive member of the U.S.Y.
The celebrant will be honored
at a Kiddush hosted by his par-
ents immediately following the
son ices.
# # #
JOSEPH COHEN
Joseph Alan, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Cohen, will be called'
to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah
~ irday, April 24. at Temple
' inu-El,
i iseph, who attends the Lehr-
; n Day >rh >ol. is ,i memb ir ol
i i Bal Korem <" iss, the Junior
i iir and the CSV. He plays
o nd is s member, of the
i il's orchestra.
iranl will be h
Kiddush in the Fried!
: : ii lj following the
\ .-.ship si "\ Ice Mrs. '''
K>mmer, Joseph's grandmother.
\ :ll attend the event.
h >
BBI7CE AUGUST
Bruce Richard, the son of Mr.
I Mrs, Gus August, will oele-
ite his Bi r Mitzvah on Satur-
ly, April 24, al Temple Emanu-
El.
Bruce attends Horace Mann
Junior High School where he is in
th seventh grade.
The celebrant will be honored
at a luncheon In the Balmor.il
Hot.-l immediately following the
worship service. Mrs. Celia Aug-
ust, Bruce'S grandmother, will at-
t : d the event.
fr <-
DAVID LABELL
On Saturday, April 24, David.
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
I. tbell will be Bar Mitzvah at the
Y ung Israel of Greater Miami.
David is a student at John F.
K nnedy Junior Hteh School where
he is a member of both the bind
and school orchestra He plays
several instruments and plans to
ntlnue with both his music and
Jewish education.
A Kiddush for the ent're con-
dition snonsored by Mr. and
Mrs Labell In honor of their sor
will follow the services and n re
.ption for el tse friends and tarn-
:i be he'd il the L rt* II home
lay from 2 to 5 "in.
\monT the honored guests wfl1
. prandp......nts Mi, and Mrs
H irry Zlochower of M imi I
'. < Unde, Ma'voi ':i i )',.. r
,1 jter h'-'- hush d ai I cb\J
.i,. Mrs, Seym >ur Ac-
man ; '' fam"v.
ROBERT F!SIIER
Robert f1iHe s m o' ***
i Flat** 7925
' ith St., wi'.l be c iMed to
team ol v'
Mr and Mrs K..... II
the i t1 Fi I lj
th illowing th S itui -
day ceremonii s ind in i|..... house
in honor of their son Saturday
evening.
Among the out-of-town guests
will he Jack's grandmothers, Mrs.
George Starred from New Hamp-
shire and Mrs. Emma Katzen from
Massachusetts, and his aunt. Mrs.
Will ,m Hyman also tram Mass-
achusetts,
#, & i%
NORTON SCHWANENFELD
The c lebrant is a studtnt at
South Miami Junior High School,
where ho is in the seventh grade,
and is a member of Boy Scout
Troop 96.
Leren's parents will host the
Kiddush fallowing the services in
honor of the occasion. Among the
guests of honor will be his grand-
mother. Mrs. Sophia Plot kin, and
grandfather, Fred Haas.
Ct -Ct a
RONALD SCHONWETTER
Ronald, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Schonwetter, will observe
his Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah
Congregation Saturday morning.
April 24.
Ronald has attended the Harold
Wolk Ri II dous s, (tool at Both
Torah for the past five years, and
will ] a member of the Confir-
mation Class of 1972, He ] lans to
nd i'ai Hebrew Hi) h S :
year.
M Scho wi i r will
! i the Kidd ish I wl th
m
Loren Plotkin Joseph Cohen Jordan Broad Debbie Carman

wa v
RT* t V
1 "^1
jpP
Jkv like Chapter Meets
Sky Lake Chapter 1338, B'nai
B"rith Women will meet al Tem-
i 5fi urun Tuesday at
12:30p.m. Mrs. Bernard Bernstein,
-ill an. will give a
I "Isi a -1 !; \ isit
ected pr< Mrs.
W. Schwanenfeld Ranald Schonwcfter
. their son'

MH HAEL HOFFM W
Michael, the son ol I r. and M
1 ernard Hoffman, will celebi ite
lar Mitzvah at Beth Torah
Congregation, conducting a por-
tion of the services and reading a
part of the Torah selection Sat-
urday. April 24.
Michael Is a member of the
fourth year class at Both Torah's
Harold Wolk Religious School and
will Join the Confirmation Class
Of 1972.
The Celebrated
0H0LEI TORAH
SUMMER DAY CAMP
Is Now Accepting Registration For The
ew Summer Season
The celebrant will be honored
Norton, son of Mr. and Mrs.|Dy njs parents at the Kiddush fol-
David Schwanenfeld. 1507 Merid- lowing the services,
ian Avenue, Miami Beach, will cel-
brate his Bar Mitzvah Saturday,
April 2-1, at Temple Beth Raphael.
N irton is a student at the He-
brow Academy where he is in the
seventh grade.
A Kiddush-reception will fol-
low the ceremonies in the Temple
Social Hall, and a partv recption
in his honor will be held Saturday
night at the Deauville Hotel.
.A.
LOREN PLOTKIN
Saturday, April 24, at Beth Da-
vid Congregation, Loren. the son
of Mr, and Mrs. Leo Plotkin, 6080
SW 63rd Ct. will be called to the
r rah as a Bar Mitzv ih.
JO BETH LEVINE
Friday evening, April 23.
at
Both Torah Congregation. Jo Beth
Levine, daughter of Mrs. Martin
Roth, will become a Bat Mitzvah.
As part of her ceremony, she will
chant portions from the book. The
Song of Songs.
Jo Beth has been attending the
Harold Wolk Religious School,
ulnae she is now in the fifth year
class. She will be a mem1..... of
the Confirmation Class of 1972.
The Oneg Shabbat following the
services will be sponsored by thi
eolobrani's mother in her honor.
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Friday. April. 23. 71
LEGAL NOTICE
i THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
NO. 79289 A
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO MAKE APPLICATION
FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
) i RK: Batata of
>NAU) PALL DRESNER
Deceaaed,
NOTICE is hereby given thai are
ve filed Ihe Final Rejiorl and Peti-
tion for Di.-tribution and Final Dt-
sarKe as Jto-Admiiilalriitors, of the
. -tale of IiBaIJ) l'AFI. I H'.ES.N I 71:.
1 oannril' ana that ou the 8tn gay of,
...iv. 1971, ill applj i" ih Ui'iii'Hi1*
. l)le Cnumy Judge* "f Dade County,
Florida Cor approval of said Final
Report and for dlalributlon and final
tcharve. aa Co-AdmlulHtratora, of the
. -tat.- <.f in.- above-named deeedent,
T'lis 10 day of March, 1971.
A1.V1N CHAN1N
SV1.V1A ASH DRESNER
A NORMAN lHUfKF.lt. ESQ.
: JS Bla. aj ne lllvd.
.. lami, Florida
and
t H'HAKI. GBTKLMAX, BBQ
:u Si:. gnd Street
. lami, Florida
' "'""-' 4 9-l-!-IO
LEGAL MOTICE
LEGAL NOTKI
NOTICE OF ACTION
ivj THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-6510
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
. SCS Si: NT-MA NAT.
Plaintiff,
. IRTA PERDOMO 8ENTMANAT.
Defendant.
>: MIRTA PERDOilO
8ENTMANAT
Street ISO. No. 4I"T
(second ftooi I
Harianao
Habana, t'uba
u. .MIUTA PERDOMO
;-n
11
V
SENT-
tri.it a
" ANAT, are hereby notifl
i ill of Complain I for Divorce has !.-
i ulred to nerve n ropy of your An-
. ,,-r or PleadiPf to the Bill ol om-
aint on th,- PlalW Iffi attorney,
\!:vi\ ROSS FRIEDMAN. IW
s \V 8th Btreet, Suite IW. Miami.
Florida SS1M and file the orWnal
Viixwer or Pleadlna hi the office
ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court on
fore the 10th day of May. 1871
\..u fail t" do ao, Juturment by
uii will be taken ajrainxi you
d
the mil
f
or
If
de-
for
Ouldish*
i-utiv-
I once
- ,. relief demand
.' implf int.
This noli. shall b
. .-h week for four a
I, THE JEWISH Kl ORTDIA.N.
DONE AND ORDERED nl Miami.
Florida thla 8th day of Unil A D
E. B LEATHER*!AN Clerk.
. rcull Court. I>id- County. Florida
lie: It M. KISSEE
I Neputy 'lerk
i' ircult Court Seall
\i:vin ROSS FRIBDM vn
737 S.VV 'ih Street. Sulti lo*
Miami, Florida '
Attorne} for Plaintiff 4 .,.,,;.-..n,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY cllVEN thai
'.!].; ...' u' it;--
I.n- ph ui del ihe I i
C( IK VI. PROPERTIES nl ....... Won-
rrati ("oral flalilea, Florida
:.. rejtlater -n I ih th C|i rk
the < 'ireuil Court ol I' I 'ounty.
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CHARI i:s I.lit VII
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and final
of the es-
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.N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOiriAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
No. 71-607?
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
EVERART* I CARBAI.I/i
Plaintiff,
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IN THE f.Oi'MTv 111nn rnnqT
IN AND FOR ^/.nc rillMTY,
FLORIDA "m di>of.TE
No 71 U"
IJwdae John R Bn..i
NOTICE To CREO'TORS
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MVRDN (MERMAN
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Ttv- T(lt>t^r>T ........W
Vlee Pr.-i.'-'" .....' *"- Officer
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ptr.-t ..ii;......^.- > notlee on
tlia IIHIi itao of i..-> -
7 tPPV 7'-l.-r-T>v."
4 11l..nM' 'Or T**".-' -
t-n t i..o|n Roid. Miami B*o*.
r",rtd"- /M M :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
xutiui us Utnuntt UIVKN thai
the unuersiKiieu, daainng to enaatte
in business uu.i.-i the lulitious name
ol Ulitii..\I^V.NL) FASHIONS UL 44WU
N.\\. 13a.11 Street, Ofta-locka, Florida
in.riuls UI r.-Kisu'.r aalU MM with the
iirth oi the linuu Court ol Pan.
County, Florida.
iiiil':i-:.\i.AM> STUDIOS, INC.
a Florida corporation
by Manuel Urennwald, Fraa
4/33-30 5/7-H
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS Jil-.Kl.U'i illVli.S' thai
Utlfel'si|;llt-<1. ileslnni; lu^n^au.
husiinss unu.-r the UclltlOUB name
of CAROLYN lii'SKN REALTY at
3X11 S. \V. 67th Avenue, .Miami. Flo-
rida inienus to reglaler said name
with the Clerk oi ili- Circuit Court
of Dade Couuu. Florida,
CAROLYN ROSEN
Miriam Bat k. i man
Attorney tor applicant
1M.*. S.\\'. 3rd Avenue
.Miami, Florida
4 ;::-.:"
NOi ICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEK thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buaineaa under the fictitious name ol
FOUNDATION OF JEWISH PHILAN-
THROPIES at 1317 Blacayne Boule-
vard, Miami. Florida int.nils to re-
gitfiar sai.i namr with the Clerk .-i
Hi. i'ii. nit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
UREATER MIAMI JEWISH
FEI lEItATlt IN, INC.,
a non-profit Florida corporation
SMITH MANDLEIi
SMITH .V- PARKER
Attorney* for Appllcanl
4"T Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Floi Ida 33I3S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 73787-Dowling
l\" RE Batata of
HARRY FREEDMAN
Deceaaed.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION
FOR DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE I* hereby given thai we
h.iv. nl..I our Final Report and Pe-
tition for Distribution and Final Dl>
a- i 'uexecutria ea "i Ihe eataii
of HARRY FREBDMAN, deceased
and thai on the 28th day Of May,
1971, will apple to the Honorable
County Judges ..l Dade County, Flo-
rida, for approval of said
port and for distribution
discharge as Coexecutrk ea
taie of the above-named
This is day of April, 1971
JUDITH KRAMER
ROBERTA Mil.I Kl:
TAI.IA Vi IFF A BADEII
OEOHCK .1. TALIANOFF
Al tornej
_ Lincoln Road
Miami i:.a. h, Florida
4 33-3U
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF.Iti:i:V OD'EN thai
ihe undersigned, deaiiina lo engag< In
business under the fictitious nami ol
PROFESSIONAL l"l.""KS .>; MAIN-
TENANCE SERVICE at 2313 N VV
'.e.ih Terra..-. Miami. Florida Intend
to register said name with Ihe Clerk
of the Circuit < "in i "i Pel. Counts.
Floi ti
OKI 'ROE VV VVII.I.LV VISI N
ROY M VIA IWKRS
PAUL KUITM'i
ne) for ..noli, ants
Ruad
.Miami Beach, Ftorlda
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring Ui engaae
In business under Ihe flctil ous
ol SUN BTATE Pl'BIJSHERS l 14'
8.W 131 si Miami. Fla Ii lend to
ti r said name a Ith thi Clrl
the Circuit 'out i "i Dade C I
Florida
KER VI IT I. RERNH RIMER
RHODA RF.RXHF.IMER
EI'OENr '.EMI.ICH
\ itornev for Rornhel mei -
37S0 W Flaglel Bl Miami. Fla
I :
NOTICE UMOER *
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
S'OTICE IS HEREBY OTVBN
thi underaierned. ilcsirlns lo engngi
aa under the fictitious nami
i-ri.iri VI ^RKET ai nural r 17
v \\- mh Btrei '. in the City of Miami
Plorldn Intend in register th" snld
name with ii.....lerk i f th< !lrcul1
I'oo.-I of Dndl i lout 'V floral <
Dated Miami Flor la, ihla 71 h
day of Anrlri l7t
,\ 1 I- IM'| .. i I'l'l'l '
i- I'm \n im.-i:i:x
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v i nrnev f. r Vonlh*)
| < \\- -! I nue
mi '".in '.
Phnni No i.i I
i I.. :
NriTirF nt ACTION
if. T= rior.tiiT court oc the
ei p"fmtm niriiriAi riRctjiT
nrr r ^c-ir>A IN AND f"*0
DADE COIINTV n\ IWl 1 7" .1
ci it- r^r. ntvoRCr
i, \ v>pi .-! f, ,i;\
. ..
Hi"......vi |l !RN
TO
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
VI I. TO WHOM THESE PR1
Obituaries
the -sih day of July. A D 1MJ cauae
to be in.orporated under he laws of
the Slat..... Florida COKAL l"J>N-
8TRUCTION CORP. corpprauon,
authority required un-
601 _T Florida SlalllL
dissolution
of such cor-
der Section
-hi.Ml,IH the
'"ni'.'v."" therefore, the BeoNlHJ of
Stale does lier.l.y .oerUfy '"JJT;
going and thai he La aatlsfled mat tne
requTrementa of the law have been
""".......,w,l%c WTTNESB WHERE-
i ig l have hereunto ael
my hand and have al-
fixed the ('.real Seal ol
Ih.- State of Florida, at
Tallahassee, the Capital,
this the 15th day of April
A 1 1971
R1CHAR1 mli'Ki STONE
s.. relary of state
I ::: i
th,
that
T-n
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
To VI I. T" WH'i.M THESE PRES
I.\IS SHALL COME UBBKTINOS:
Whereas SOLOMON ROSkIN,
Xorth Miami Florid... WALTER
IU1RISUK, New York '"iiv New
York: BUtlENB M. AlJlBRT, Ml-
nml, Florida, did on the ith day of
Novembi i a 11 II.......n-. to be n-
, orpornted under th. law i>l the
State f Florida NEW WORLD
PRESS, INC a corporation, with its
principal nlace of bualness at Opa
I ... ka. Dade County In the State ol
Florida nnd whereas siuh corpora-
tion did on the llilh day of April. AD.
1871 cauae to filed in the office
..t the Department of State "i th*
State of Florida, ih. documentary
nuthnrli) qtilrnd under s.. tl
,,,i>;;. Florida siatui... ahowlng
dissolution of such oorporaUon,
Sou therefore, th.- Secretary
Stall does liei.-i.y certify to the
going and thai he is satisfied
the reitiiii.nients of I lie law have
i ,, a complied w ith ,,.,,,.,.,.
IN WITNESS WHERE-
OF, I have hereunto s.-i
mv hand aid hale af-
llXell the Oreal Seal of
th.- state of Florida, at
Tallahassee, th. Canital,
this th.- imh day of April.
AD 1!'71
ItlCHARU (DICKi STUNK
s. i. tars of sia le
t S3 Ti
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-6468
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
RUSSEI I. HENRY fll "RIM i.V,
Plalnl '. i.
PHYLLIS ANN lii HUM IN,
I left ndaiit.
Ti PHYI 1.18 ANN OORDOJ
RKSIDENCK INK N' 'VV N
You. 1'HVI I is ANN rtORDON. are
i. bj notified thai a BUI ol I
I. r i Hvi ha '
i .. u and you an null d
: sen a opj of youi Am a er oi
the Bill of 'omplalnl ou
th.- Plaintiffs attorni y PVI'L KWIT
Nl'V. 4:" Lincoln Road. Miami '.'
a an.i file the original Answer
oi Pleading In Ihe office of the Clerk
of Hi. i 'In nit Courl on or hef.
12th rtn> May, 1071 11 "ii
i'ii -... jii.lum. ai by default t
token agalnsl you for thi n
f Uomnlalnl
ouhlished once
'. a ,i .. .<- four '.n*-. ut've ...
. Ill ill.led ill the Rill
This notice shall i
Funeral Services Held For
Mrs. Jean Eisenberg, 72
Funeral services wecc held at
Riverside'* Alton Koad Chapel
Tuesday for Mrs, Jean Eisenberg,
72. of 5^33 0>llins Ave.. who died
Sunday- Entombment followed in
Lakeside Memorial Park.
Airs. Eisenberg came to Florida
32 yean ago from New York. She
was a member ol Eastern star.
Hadassah B'nal B'rith and the
Crippled Cbildren's Society-
Mrs. Eisenberg is survived by
her husband, Abe, a son. Harry, of
West Palm Beach, ami her sister.
Henrietta Kantor of Miami Beach,
a grandson, and numerous nieces
and nephews.
SOSNOFF. Benjamin, si. *":'." Byron
Ave., M 11 Riverside
rappapomt, s..m. 7. 4537 Sheri-
dan Ave Klveralde Interment Ml
Nebo.
BELOKUR. Ruth, I-', i.....( w.st Ave.,
.Ml!. Rlveralde.
COHEN, Sadie. >:.. 550 0th Si M IV
Klveralde.
CONE, Karrj A 1035 Mth St Hav
Harbor Island Dlasbers
ELELL. Arthur .VI .... 127 Collins
Ave., Al li BlaaberK
HEISCHOBER, Martha, T'.e 84! .1.1-
lers.n Ave Al li. Blaaberg
KELMAN. Lawrence, 74. 1351 Euclid
Ave Al B. Riverside.
REICH, Beaale, 7s. 7441 Wayne Ave
Itlverside
SHAFER. Anne. 61, 370 E Baj Har-
bor Island. Riverside.
SCHWADRON. Abraham, 75, .';-'
Collins Ave., M.B. Rlveralde
SIMON. H.n.e. 7". 7"" a.ili SI I'.ay
Harbor Island Riverside.
warheit. Harry, 78, Al B l-evltl
YAGUOA. Irving, V 1351 N.B Mi-
ami Cmieii. ir. Rlveralde. Inter-
ment Alt Kebo,
CHERRY. Clara, 71 '.-I SW 4,lh
Ave liordon
LEWIS, William. 5R, l"o S.E IMal
Kl. Kiv.r-i.l. Inl.iiii.nl Ml Nel>.
LISSER, Samuel. 7s. tl' Collins AVI
ai it \.uman
MIRMAN. Harriet 5C, 7521 Red Road
PRYER. Carl l> 14, -l...... N.K l'l-
A\.- Rlverslda
^ABINOWITZ. Louis, 7'.. :'-"" Pa**
We All: Newman
ROSS. Abraham, 10, 1051 Collins Ave..
Al H Newman.
SILBERMAN. Morris .1 71. J< I
teison Ave., Al 11. Rlveralde
SIMONSOHN, Kate, S9, a20 S \\
'"ih Si Riverside
FLEISCHER, tlussle, 82, 8215 Creapl
Blvd \l I'. Rlveralde
GLASSER. IMuai.l ; 7'v 7Wa Easl
|.r. North llal Village Riverside.
Int.nil. nl Ml N. I"
GOLDFARB. l-.id i. 72, SUM N W
:,ih si liordon
LIPSC.M"T- ....... 7". 345 "..uii
In Al B N'iimii.iii
NELSON. n.irIi
V\e M II I'.iV."
NEWMAN. I .u- A 7'. 167" Lincoln
, *nurt VI R \ ... to i
PUGATSKY. Saiali. -.4. 16 LcnOS
Ave M I \. i".i Inti i meut Ait.
WILKINS I EUI I'd
\. .. v II \, \
WINKLER. Settli 95, ISC1 N \\ 8th
Ay.- Rlversiile
YASSK Y don Is A Hard-
.... \. \i ii i:i I
ABELMAN t: N \\ '
Si N. B man,
BOCK, i .... u-. '
Mi: i II
HALPERIN. Ja oh .-7.
svlvni In Avi l !' B >
WACHTEL. I e. 77.
We Mil Rlvel i
Alt Blnai
si.
SOLTZ, Dora. 80, 278 N.VV. 0?ih
Kim aside. Interment Ml. Kinai
STEKLER. Hurry. KU, 320 VV 24|h
St., M.B. Riverside.
WALivtri. .Nauian. 8*. lur,', Calall
Dr., M.B. Rivelside Illterin.lH All
Nebo.
WESTHEIMER. Sidney Al M |]
N.E. i.iMti St. Rlveralde.
BASS. Marvin .v., 4s, 3421 s\v nth
Ter, Riverside
COHEN. Ear*, gl, .,11,1 \ ).;. :,.;ili si
Levitt.
HYMAN, Hose. 84. lSfil N.VV Ml
Ave Uordon. Interment All \,|,.
JOLES. Jack. 45. 5443 Collins \.
M.B. Newman.
KAMIN, Arthur A.. 56, 16'H S.VV.
65th Ave. Riverside Intermeiii Air
Sinai.
KOHuENBERG. Max, 76. 515 15th
St., M.B. Riverside.
Mul.-.oN. Uavtd, ii'.. 2160 Park Ave
Al it Blaaberg. Interment Alt Nebo
RESTEIN. Bdythe 11.. 4. 1440 s, rib
View Dr., Sunset Island II. Rlver-
alde.
ROTH MAN. Ju.ob. 86. 460 77ili si
Al B Blaaberg.
SCHWARTZ, Joseph '! 65, 17406
N B. 7th Ave Blaaberg.
WIENER. Philip, 7s, I3S0 Ocean Dr.
M.B. BlaaberR
BERG. Irving. 7.'.. 8201 Abbott Ave.
Rlveralde, Interment Alt. NeU,
Bernstein, Lena, si, i*2i Collins
Ave Riverside
BOCK. Tin,us. >.7. .:::. Collins Ave.
Levitt,
Bhegman, Jacob M 74:.-. Euclid
Ave. Riverside.
EOELBERG. Krances, 7'.. HS3 Col-
llna Av. Rlveralde.
EISENBERG. Jea.l. 72. 5333 Collins
Av,- Riverside
GUTMAN. S.lna. '.'.. 550 ''111 si
Riverside
KAPCHAN. Harry 62, :."1 74U. St
Riverside Interment Alt Blnai
KIPNIF. Augusta 7s. 1568 Meridian
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KOZE, .Morris. 69,
1 man
milch, Elisabeth
i-n We Levitt.
PERLMUTTER. Susan 1). _':: M8S1
NK 14th Ave. N.AI I! Riverside
SNYDER. Simon. 08, 1801 Collins
Ai. Rlveralde Interment All Si-
nai
ZUCH, Herman. .1 .
Ave Riverside.
BRETAN. l'hilio. HO
> M It r.ordon
DORTCH. Saruh. 74.
SI. Kiverside.
EHRLICH, Milton. 47.
ranla Ave. M.B Blasberr
KENLY, Mary, ;. 1233 Ku.lid Ave
Rlveralde.
NEWMAN, Arthur J 74. 14)150 K
Ray Harbor l>r Kiv.rside.
SCHULMAN, .Marvin. 6'l. 40 King!
Point 1 IT, Kiverside.
SHARPS. Alildrxd, .','., L525 71st 81
Uiversitli
2457
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BURNETT. Robert Roman, 76. 736
Collins Ave., M.B Rlveralde.
COLLER, Rosalind, 61, 117.'. Norman-
dy Drive .MM Kiverside
COLTON. Sim.n II., 80, 15810 N.E
.ah v. N M It Riverside
FREEDMAN. Herman !" 7>. 1
Collins Ave I'.al Hail.our Kt. 1
side
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April 23, 1971
*Jmisi> itorlcfiar)
Page 15-B
UGA1N0TKE
Itice by publication
m circuit court of the
enth judicial circuit of
aioa in and for dade,
juntv. in chancery
No. 71-737*
6UIT FOR DIVORCE
[.Alt<> SANCHEZ.
Hunti"
l;i.\ BANCHM
odant
here-
plalm
against
nerve ;t
fH.
Ilia
vou for the
Bin ..f coni-
fc.fi HUM'1*
Im \ltl-\ SANCHEZ
Lf KAMA .SAMMEZ. are
['"ufi.-.! that a ni of Cow
lhvT.i-.-i- has I..-..1 filed
:Ui you are require*to
i, ..i mur Answer in- Pleading to
i-,;i ,,i Complaint on the Plaln-
'tioiii.v. OA8PAR B. ALD-
'l N.K. First Avenue, Miami.
" J3181 ami file the original
r or Pleading In the office of
1, rl. of the Circuit Court on or
. the I-'ith day of May. 1971. If
fall <'> ''" "" juditment by default
t- taken airalnat
| i demanded in the
1 notice shall be pablinhed once
,..K for four (-oiiM-i-utivi- weeks
PHK JEWISH FLOK1DIAN
we A.\n ORDERED ai MJnml.
this li,ill day of April AD
It I.EATHI'.lt.MAN. Clerk
t Couri Dade County. Florida
By: c p COPBLAND
D.nuty Clerk
ntlM Court Seal!
IpAR 11 ALPRICH
K Kill ST AVENUE
,| Florida 3:il:i1
,,e> for Plaintiff ,.
U6AIN0TK!
IN NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 71-7397
I.II.LJAN. idl'UN.
Plaintiff,
vs.
HAHKV A. COPLAN,
Defendant.
TO: HAKKY A. Cnl'LAN
12 C Ashley Houoe
lyickwoful Drive
Uharlealou, South OarpUua
You are hereby notified that a
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
ag&fnal you. and you are relqulred
i Berve A opy of your Answer or
Pleading t<. the Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney. AHIJOTT AND
l-'i'.l'Mkks. \z Lincoln Road, Miami
Itea.li. Florida, and tile the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 26th day of May, l'.-Tl. M
you fail to do no, judgment l\ de-
fault Mill be taken agattiat you for
the relief demanded In the Complaint,
iiat.d at Miami, Florida, this 19th
day of April. 1971.
E. li. I.eatiieilman. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Mail. County, Florida
Bj 1. SNEEDEN
I >.puty Clerk
(Circuit Court (Seal)
AHHOTT AMi Flfl'MKES
Attorney 11 for I'luintiff
420 Unioln Road
.Miami Ileaeh. l-'lorida
4/23-30 '. 7-14
LEGAL NOTICE
ITHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
tVfcNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
jAND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 71-7176
[notice by publication
Iki.IA lli-:i '.
Hilf,
,1AM I.I.KI" '.
. ndanl
\ 1 l.l ,1AM 11 El I
I" : i-'n ~i \\ enue
raey City, New Jen
ARE HEREBY notified that
mplnlnt for 1 llvorci haw beei
n'jiiMsi you, and you ar. here-
lulretl to aerve a copy of your
1 or other pleading '. the Corn-
on Hie Plaintiff" attorney,
:i: R( .1IE1I8, w hoae nddi -
\V. iTiii Avenue. Miami, Plo-
Hid tile the original With
i k of the abo> alj led < '.art, on
ore the 2Sth dav of Majr, I"T1 01
mil will he entered attains! you
HO tins 15th day of April, li'71
1 Court Real)
K It LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of Cireuit Court
Bs H M KI8SBE
4 :'.:-:in :. 7-14
NOTICE OF ACTION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
kVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-7122
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IKTA Jo BKLNKLBV,
lUft.
K. KKINK1.EY.
endant.
Ktaff SKt. John E. Brinkley
JOtl A.MS. Itox IS, APO
Sun Francisco. California 9i'.L'74
Tou. JOHN B. BRINKIJSY. are here-
notlried that a Hill of Complaint
Divorce has been filial against
aud you are repaired to aerve a
i- of vour Answer or Pleading- to
Kill of Complaint on the Putin-
s attorney. GOODMAN & HOLTZ-
N. hknis lino Concord Building.
West Klitglcr St.. Miami. Florida
|I10 and file the original Answer or
p.ulinc In the office of the Clerk of
Clniutt Court on or before the
day of May. 1911. If you fail to
so, judgment by default will be
against yon for the relief de-
nied In the Kill of Complaint.
notice shall he published once
rh week for four consecutive weeks
THE JEWISH FI.OKIIIIAN.
IX>NE ANli ORDERED at Miami.
brida, this 14th day of April A.D.
71
B. R I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
It'ir. uit Court. Hade County. Florida
B) K. M KI88EE
Deputy Clerk
Circuit Onurt Real)
JtM>l>MAN HoI.T7.MAN, Baas.
|00 Concord Building,
\\ .t Flagi.r Street,
llami. Florida SSI30
I vs For Plaintiff
4 23-30 5 7-14
THE COUNTY JUDGT'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-1548
FRANK B. DOWLINO
IK Bat an of
JE KCIII.WEIN
peaaed
. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
}H Creditors and All Persons HaV-
(Claluis or Demands Attains! Said
arc hereby notified and ra-
in preaent anv claims and de-
1 which vou may have aitalnst
patate of HOSE Ki'llt.WKlN da-
late of Dade County, Florida.
County Judges of Hole County,
lie the same In duoli. ate and as
lided In Section 733.18, Florida
[utc,R. In their offices in the Coun-
bourthouse in Dade Cmintv. Klo-
withln six calendar months from
lime of the first publication hero-
ine same will be barred
iU-d at Miami. Florida, this 14th
fof Ai.rd A n 107'
[lAWHKXCF. H FRIEDMAN
As Executor
r*t nublication of this notice on
?31 dav of Anrll. 1971.
r"!R FHIEDMAN
nevK for BvacutOT
ft! v. IfiSrtl Street
i Miami Beach. Florida
4'"1-30 S'7-14
""notice under
fictitious name law
rmc IS HR1IE1IT OrVEN thai
ndi-i- n-n.-d desiring to eneaee In
(ie-s under the fictitious mm of
5A CUBAN RESTAURANT at
Nlm Avenue. Hlaleah. intends to
said name with the Clerk of
Iroult Court of Dade County.
INOR BNTERPRTSES. INC.
Florida Coenorat Ion
ARD J KAI.IRH
_ for Aonllcant
.Pont Bk*. 4/u_M_M g/T
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 71-7436
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MM ToN m. SW1DLER,
Plaintiff,
vs.
I >I!IS RWIDL-ER,
I.. ndanl
T( I I" >RIS KYVIDLER
li:. (l)d Short Hills Road,
Apt. --7
\\..-i Orange, \'.-v. Jeraej T"".-'
You, DORIS SWIDliKK. an hereby
notified that ;* Kill of Comolnlnl foi
Divorce bus been filed itfcainst >ou.
and you are required I....."v< .' copj
. our Vn* r or Plendlns lo the
Bill ..: Compl ilnl on ihe Plaintiff's i
attorney. Kl:.\ VK Kl. fc AVRACH,
P a 420 I.ir.. oln Road, Ste, 230,
Miami Beach, Florida. :;:n:">. and
file He I wer or Pleading
In th. off ce .-i the ci.-.k of the Cit
im Courl on or before tin 26th
ilny -.f May, 1971. If you fail t.. do
-... Judgment by default "ill be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in th.* Kill of 'omnlaint.
Tins notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks.
in THE JEWISH 1-1 <'I: II'IAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida this 19th day of April \ I1
1971
E. B IjEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: I. SNKEDEN"
IW'tiuty Clerk
(Circuit Curt Seal)
FRANKBI.A AVRACH, PA.
IL'O Lincoln Road. Ste. 230
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attomevs for Plaintiff
4 '23-30 .'. 7-14
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 71-7552
I'ACLINE KAKRIE.
Plaintiff,
v*.
I-JJON J. GARIUE.
Defendant.
TO: LKON J. OARR1E
Del Ray shores. Apt. No. 17U
4201 Mari'na Way
Marina del Re). California
80891 ..... '
You are hereby notified that a
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
againsi you, and you are required to
si I'v.- a. copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Complain on the
Plaintiffs attorney. ABBOTT AND
FRUMKE8, 420 Lincoln Road, .Miami
Kcaoh, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office
..i the Clerk of the circuit Court on
or before the 27th day of May. 1971
If you fail to do so. Judgment by
default will be taken againsi you for
the iclii-f demanded in the Com-
plaint.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 20th
dav of April. 197%.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, l-'lorida
By: L. SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Courl Seal)
AltltoTT AND PRUMKES
Attorneys for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
4/23-;;" -. 7-14
Sisterhood Luncheon
The Sisterhood of Congregation
Ohev Shalom will meet for lunch-
eon in the Paradise Restaurant
Wednesday noon. The congrega-
tion's president, Alfred H. Six-iser,
and Rabbi Phineas A. Weberman
will be the guest s|>eakers. Frank
Gordon will also present a humor-
ous dissertation, aecording to Yo-
lande F. Bernstein. Sisterhood
president.
1st AND 2nd
MORTGAGE LOANS
$ 1,000.00 TO $ 1,000,000.00
HOMES COMMERCIAL ACREAGE
WE BUT EXISTING MORTGAGES PH. 37S-1636
FLAGLER MORTGAGE CO. 19 W. FLAGLER ST.
IN THE CIVIL COURT OF
RECORD IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLA.
CASE NO. 71-3565
(Featherstone)
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
GENERAL MOTORS ACCEPTANCE
'. .(:!'. (RATION,
Plaintiff,
va,
LARRY LYONS.
I lefemlant.
T( >: LARRY LYONS
Keiddence I'nknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
n mill ol replevin ha* heen filed
i you and thai you are re-
quired lo hi. an Anawei or other
pleading with the Cli rk i I tin- Court
and t.. nerve a copy on GEH \ I I1
S1LVERMAN. Attorney for Plain-
ni'f. :in Roberta Buildlna;, Miami,
Florida SS130, on or before Ihe 18th
May, 1871 or a Judgment hy
may he entered BgraliiHl you
[N>NE and ORDERED in Miami
Dade County, Florida this 14th day
of April, 1*71
.1 F MeCRACKEN
. 'lerk, Civil Court ol !: eord
Dade County Courthouse
Miami Florida :'.:tl3u
By: W II NoKTi >N
I >. j.uty ('lerk of the
Civil Court of Record
in and for Dade County, Florid i
SEAL: CIVIL COLUT OF RECORD
4/16-23-30 5 .
200 ACRES FOR SALE
ELECTRIC I TELEPHONE POLES iVtIUILE
3 ROADS FRONTAGE
'; MILE CANAL FRONTAGE
SOUTH OF FLORIDA CITY
* 1,500 PER ACRE
MARTA BARIC PORTELA
REG REAL ESTATE BROKER
TEL 443-3242 377-3637
J. E
\i
ELECT
JOE" LUDICK
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-1349
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In HE Estate of
SIDNEY MOKOANSTERN
Deceased
To All Creditors and All persons Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
You arc hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you mav have agalnet
ihe "state of 8TDNVY MOIIOAN-
STERN deceased late of Dade Coun-
tv. Florida, to the County Judges of
Dade County, and file the same In
duplicate and as provided in Section
7311 16 Florida Statute*, in their of-
fice; in the County Courthouse in
Dude County. Florida. within six
calendar months from the time ..f
the first puhlication hereof, or the
same will bo barred.
Dated : Minnii. Florida, this 19th
dayofAprih.A^.W
As I-Txeoutrlx
First nublication of this notice on
the 2nr,| lav of Anrll, 11-71
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Executrix
'406 Biacayne nuiiding #/JJ>J0 714
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE NO. 71037-A
(Blanton)
IN HE:
ESTATE OF
SAM I EL H. KAHN.
DECEASED.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR
DISTRBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed my Final Report and Pe-
tition for Distribution anil Final Dis-
charge as Administratrix of the Es-
tate of SAWL'EI. H. KAHN. de-
ccaaed: and that on the lath day of
May ls71 will apply to the Honor-
able County Judges of Dade County.
Florida for approval of said t inal
Report and for distribution nnd fi-
nal discharge as Administratrix of
the entate of the above-named d_e-
cede-nt This LMh day of April. 1971.
SHIKI.TfY F. KAHN. Administratrix
By: SIDNEY HFRONSON
Attorney
12 Ainsley Ruilding
Miami, Florida 33132
4/16-23-30 ., ,
FOR
STRONG MATURE PROGRESSIVE
LEADERSHIP
Elect J. E. "JOE" Elect
LUDICK
MAYOR NORTH MIAMI
IM Political Adv
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ot
Di-I.MA FCRN-m-RE fRetall Furni-
ture Stor.i at number 5OT6 B.W. Wn
Street, in the City of Miami. Florida.
Intend t" register the said name with
Ihe Cl-rk of. the Circuit Court ol Dadi
County, Florida.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 7th
day ..f Anrll, 1971. ____,
MIOt'EI. M SAI 1'DES
DIM CE MMttV CM" > SALCIU'.S
SAMI'EL POl ICASTRO
Attorney for Apnlicant
p.in S W 27'h Avenue
Miami, Florida atB
Ph.,,,.. N. 643-541! 4/1,.M.M
1/7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-13S7
(ARTHUR W. PRIMM)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Delate of
AIMM.PM KRATISH
Deceased. _-
To Ml Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
You" are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims anil de-
mands which vou mnv have agaliisl
the estate of ADOLPH KRATISH d,
ceased late of Dade County Florida,
to the County Judges of Dado Coun-
ty, and file the same 'n Juidlcate
and as nrovided In Section 7S3 6
Florida StttUtea, hi their ""leea in
the County Courthouse in Dade ( oun-
tv. Florida within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2th
day of April, AD. 1971.___
ANNE KRATISH
li>lrt nohuexfon or "ils notice on
the 23rd day of Anrll. 1971
,.i.,,i-. drunNSTBIN ft
STAtTBER. PA.
Attorneys for Bxecutrlx
JIKn I^ncoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida ^ jfl ^ ^
THIS IS NO "FISH STORY"
':*****.
"*/*
.
THE BEST CATCH FOR NORTH MIAMI
MAYOR IS
STEMBRIDGE


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AT ALL FOOD FAIR AND FREDERICHS STORES
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Freshly Smoked Lox............ib 79c
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SAVE 10c HEBREW NATIONAL KOSHER __
Sliced Salami or Bologna pkg 59
SAVE 14c VITA CREAMED ior>7 AA
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SAVE 10c DORIC
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Full Text
"(Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WitKLY
i
e 44 Number 17
Miami, Florida Friday, April 23, 1971
Price 20c
m4
What's happening here...
REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY
I think it's time now to report to the community on
some significant developments observed during this year's
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaign.
All in all, the response has been quite good. The latest
report shows more than a 63*. increase over the same
cards for 1970. At this point, we have a total of $5,163,689,
compared to last years $3,241,728 from the same con-
tributors.
These increases have occurred in ail levels of giving;
many donors in the $100 category have now moved up to
$500. Others previously in the $500-$ 1,000 group are now
giving from $2,5OO-$5,000.
Unfortunately, we will not be able to meet our goal ot
fulfilling the monetary needs of our local agencies and ot
Israel, even with such fine gifts. The success of the cam-
paign is now in the hands of those who have not yet signed
their pledge cards.
If you are one of this group I urge you to do your
fair share. Ask yourself: Will I live any differently if I make
a meaningful commitment for 1971?
FOR TOTAL OF 80
#./OuJ*>-
r.l Chairman: Joseph H. Kanter
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1971 Combined Jewish Appeal
and Israel Emergency Fund Campaign
Swiss Engineer On Trial For Selling
Plans Of Mirage Engine To Israel
1.AUSAN N E, Switzerland
(JTA> Alfred i-Yauenknecht.
a 14-year-old engineer, has gone
on trial here for selling brae]
the secret plans for a Mirage
jet engine manufactured for a
Swiss firm.
The trial opened in the Fed-
eral Criminal Court, Switzer-
land's highest penal court. Frau-
< nkneeht pleaded guilty to the
facts, but not guilty of having
committed a breach of law. His
Mouse attorney said he would
isk for acquittal on the grounds
that his client had acted to help
a "friend in trouble." namely
the State of Israel which was
denied delivery Of 50 Mirage
jets it had bought In France.
Frauenknecht. who did not
deny that he accepted $200,000
in Swiss frances from Israeli
agents for the Mirage 3-C en-
gine plans, is charged with eco-
nomic and military espionage
which carries a maximum
penalty of 20 years Imprison-
ment at hard labor. A former
employee of the Sulzer firm,
which manufactured Mirage 3-C
jets for the Swiss Airforce un-
der license from the Dassault
firm of France, the defendant
told the five-man tribunal that
his Israeli "friends" appealed to
him for help during a difficult
period." He said that in April,
1?J8 he met with Israeli Brig.
Gen. Menachem Kain at the Am-
bassador Hotel in Zurich, he
told the court, and later passed
on to Israel some 200.030 docu-
ments and blue-prints which de-
scribed in detail how to build
the "Atar" engine. All of the
documents were originals, he
said, and were smuggled out of
Switzerland in 24 crates. They
were picked up by Israeli agents
in West Germany.
U.S. Phantoms
Sent To Israel
By Special Report
WASHINGTON According
to administration officials here,
the United States has delivered
eight of the 12 F-4 Phantom
jets it had decided to furnish to
Israel last fall in order to main-
tain Israel's balance of power,
and is considering a request for
more.
Sources said the latest request
stems from Russia's shipment of
nearly 200 jet aircraft to the
United Arab Republic since the
first of the year and the recent
introduction of a small number
of its most advanced fighters,
believed to be MIG-23s.
Deputy Premier Yigal Allon
told reporters upon his arrival
in Washington Tuesday that the
military balance of power in the
region has been affected by the
Soviet shipments to Egypt, but
said Israel was making no "new
requests" for additional equip-
ment for the time being.
Storms, Unseasonable Cold
Plague Israel; Crop Damage
Estimated Near $1.5 Million
TEL AVIV tJTA' Rain,
hailstorms and unseasonably low
temperatures have plagued Is-
rael for seven consecutive days.
A Ministry of Agriculture
spokesman placed crop damage
at $1.57 million, sustained main-
ly by vegetables and fruit-;.
In the hills of Galilee the tem-
perature dropped below the
freezing mark two nights in suc-
cession, and overcoats were re-
quired for comfort out of doors.
In addition, roads all over the
country have been flooded or
blocked by uDrooted trees and
downed telephone poles.
The new Federation planned
by Egypt, Libya and Syria may
also affect the balance of power.
observers say. in view of the
fact that France has contracted
to deliver 100 Mirage jets to
Libya. French Foreign Ministry
officials claimed, however, that
Paris would block delivery of
the planes if it found they were
going to other countries.
F-4 deliveries reportedly have
been made at the rate of two
per month. The remaining four-
are schedided for delivery' next
month, to bring the number of
F-4 Phantoms sold to Israel by
Washington during the last three
j ears to 80.
Six reconnaissance versions of
the F-4. part of a commitment
made by President Johnson, are
also being delivered this year.
The last of the six is scheduled
to arrive later this month, it
was reported.
Counterspies Catch Five
French-Trained Saboteurs
JERUSALEM IWNSI Five
French trained saboteurs, work-
ing for Aral) terrorists, have
been arrested by Israel's coun-
ter-espionage service. A police
sp ikesman said the arrests lore-
stalled a wave of sabotage and
tei ror in Israel including i ; lot
to hijack a TWA airliner in
flight from Lydda to New York.
The first arrests w< re made
at Lydda Airport on April 11
when two sisters, Nadia and
Madeline Bardly, aged 26 and
21, were caught with forged
passports ind various kinds of
. x losives. The girls were mem-
Of the Popular Front for
the Liberation of Palestine In
France. Their father is Moslem
and their mother Christian.
The following day police ar-
rested 26-year-old Evelyne Br ige
at Lydda Airport. She is a Ger-
man Ixirn-French resident PFI.P
member who reportedly admit-
ted s tbotage in a West Euro
country and was one of the
pie who planned the air hijack-
ing of last Se| -ember.
Two Fr< mil tourists. P
Burghalter, 69, and his
Edith. 60, were arrested bj
lice in a Tel Aviv hotel las)
Th \ posse-- d high expl -
and the most iphisl ic "< I -
yet known ii
i ti le. of clothing c-
ed in a liquid, which, when dried.
b 'come expl isive. Polici s ij I
Burghalters, who were p
S2.000 to commit acts of sabo-
t ige In Israel, planned to leave
the impregnated articles in
schools and other public places.
Turjeman said details of the
sabotage plot were also passed
on to Interpol. and resulted in
the arrest of a group of terror-
ists in Rome,
Lt. Calley Made Scapegoat To Cover
Corruption. CCAR President Charges
needed a scapegoat to disguis-
its own incompetence and cor-
ruption.
BOSTON (WNSl Rabbi
Roland B. Gittelsohn. president
of the Central Conference of
America:] Rabbis, has charged
that Lt. William Callev is being
used as <> "scapegoat" to cover
up atrocities and eorruption by
the U.S. military in Vietnam,
and drew a parallel between
his case and that of Capt. Alfred
Dreyfus who was unjustly ac-
cused of revealing French army
secrets to the Germans in 1894
because "the French army at
the end of the 19th century
"Let us not forget, however
painful the remembrance, that
our American army, too. suffers
from typical military corrup-
tion," he said. "The one way to
Insure that Lt. Calley does not
indeed become a scapegoat .
is to see that every American
military man who committed
atrocities against civilians any-
where is apprehended and con-
victed."


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Hunt Tomato Paste
SAVE -,
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49'
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Sweet Munchee Cheese 199c
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Griddles-Knocks-Specials 99
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 40* IB.'
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LEAN COOKED
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BORDENS BIG TEN
Buttermilk Biscuits
GIANT All MEAT OR At feff
Kahn's Sliced Bologna
SAVE 10- -COPI '
All Beef Franks
ORE AT WITH "OT UOOS
Willy's Sauerkraut
FOOD
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SUPERMARKETS
FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SAT. .APRIL 17
AT ALL FOOD FAIR AND FREDERICKS STORES
T^~| SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
i{LS YOUR BONUS WITH EVERT PURCHASE
TOP QUALITY VALENCIA JUICE
ORANGES
taOvEPGRAY TOP OUAUTY
Pickled Beef Tongues ? 09c
69
Sliced Beef Liver u
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Fryer Breasts 59
Fryer Parts S9C
FARMER CRAY -TOP QUALITY
CORNED
BEEF
BRISKETS
2nd CUTS t-B.
89
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TOP U S CHOICE WESTERN
Cubed Beef Steaks
$129
London Broil
California Roast 99
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$129
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Fresh Ground Chuck
89
FOR
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Idaho Baking Potatoes 10 79c
Seedless Grapefruit 5 49
I 3UALITY LUSOO Ortc
D'Anjou Pears >b 29
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 19-SEALTEST
LIGHT 'N LIVELY
YOGURT 2 39
LOW FAT-ALL RAVORS
Kraft's Cream Cheese 2 B9C
CALIFORNIA
Pr.G DO
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Flo-Sun Orange Juice
Creamed Cottage Cheese 29
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Borden's Dips 10
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Fat Free Buttermilk 2 39
QUANTITY BIGHTS RESERVED
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LIMIT ONE JUG PLEASE ,VITH
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Si OOVAIUE PUSHBUTTON
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