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iTewislli Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 47 Number 32
Miami Florida Friday, August 9, 1974
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Two Sections Price 25 cents
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PLO Claims Zionist Plot
PAHIS (JTA> The Palestine Liberation Organization
i PLO i has demanded the French government take steps against
what it calls "Zionist criminals" planning a new wave of murders
in France. .
IX A COMMUNIQUE, the PLO charged that a "new Zion-
ist plot aiming to attack all those militating for the freedom of
the Palestinian people" is being organized in Europe and has as
its main target the PLO representative in France.
The PLO demanded the French government confront these
threats and "pursue the Zionist criminals who have already
committed with impunity several assassinations in France and
wh> are preparing in plain daylight new actions of the same
kind.". It further called on French authorities to "dismantle
e and for all the Israeli and Zionist secret service networks
in France."
Fear Of Renewed War
Mounting In Israel
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By YITZHAK SHAROIL
TEL AVIV (JTAi Fears
of a new Middle East war are
intensifying in Israel.
Former Foreign Minister Abba
Eban added his voice to those
here who have warned that an-
other war could break out before
the end of the year.
DEFENSE Minister Shimon
Peres told the Knesset that
the rate at which the Soviet
advisors and technicians were
arriving in Syria had speeded up,
but there was no proof that they
were manning the sophisticated
new weapons the Soviet Union
has been giving Syria.
Meanwhile, the Israeli Defense
Force began speeding up work on
its fortifications along the Syr-
ian. Egyptian and even Jorda-
nian lines.
Eban, speaking at a memo-
rial for the late Health Minister
Israel Barzilai. said in the next
six months there will either be
a further improvement in Israeli-
'PILGRIMAGE IN SEARCH OF PEACE'
Alton Describes Kissinger Meeting

SHINGTON (JTAI
Foreipn Minister Yigal
and Secretary of State
A Kissinger met July 30
at one State P pertinent
said was an effort to
- ime quiet diplomacy

tei a two-hour
the Secretary,
- lid that they had begun
pilgl Image In search
Israeli official
i rtera that he and Kis-
gsed the next
I of ni gotiations for a Mid-
ttlemant whieh
osslbly include the recon-
: :: e (_.( va peace con-
e.
IX A BRIEF statement to re-
porters after the meeting ended
late that afternoon both Alion
and Kissinger described the talks
i The Secretary said the talks
were a continuation of a "char-
acteristically friendly fashion" in
which meetings between the two
countries were held.
Alton thanked Kissinger and
President Nixon for the;: efforts
in achieving the disengagement
agreements in the Mideast and
s,ui the talks had helped
"chart the course of peace in
the Middle Beet
When a reporter asked about
the Palestinians. Alion replied
that "most Palestinians are Jor-
danian citizens and most Jorda-
nians are Palestinians."
ACCORDING TO sources. Kis-
Sin :er is expected to urge Israel
to begin talks with Jordan rath-
er than with Egypt and also to
continue to sound out Israel on
the question of the Palestinians.
Even as the two diplomats
were conferring. President Nixon
announced he will nominate
Richard Murphy, a career diplo-
mat, as the first U.S. Ambassa-
dor to Syria since the Six-Day
War.
Murphy has been U.S. Ambas-
sador to Mauritania since 1971.
The resumption of diplomatic re-
lations between the U.S. and
Svria was announced by Nixon
and Syrian President Hatez As-
sad when they met in Damascus
June 16.
Meanwhile, the talks between
Continued on Page 10-A
Arab relations or another war.
He said Israel cannot stand on
the status quo following the dis-
engagement agreement.
PERES told the Knesset that
the Soviet Union was also sup-
plying the terrorist organizations
with arms and equipment. He
said other East Euro|>ean coun-
tries as well as Syria, Libya and
Iran, were also providing the ter-
rorists with weapons presumably
with the knowledge of the Soviet
Union.
The fear of an outbreak of a
new war centers on Israeli intel-
ligence reports that Syria is
planning another attack coupled
with the heavy Soviet military
build-up of that country.
At the same time, the Israelis
have been pointing to Syria's
failure to begin rebuilding and
repopulating the Kuneitra area
on the Golan Heights and the
slow-down of Egyptian efforts to
return the Suez Canal area to
Continued on Pate I
Israeli Chief Of Slaff
New War By Year's End
New 10A President Urges
Rededication to Zionist Cause
By SUE MACY
. YORKi JTA)Claiming
the American JeV has lost
Zionist commitment,'' Dr-
I h P. Sternstein. the new
I nt of the Zionist Organ-
of America, told a press
rians Charge
British
Interference
NDON (JTA) A dip-
row has blown up be-
ieen the United Kingdom and
.er what the Syrians call
th interference in the in-
frnal affairs of Syria."
The British Committee for
vwa in Arab Lands, a general
I ; a Jew ish body, compris-
e a number of members of Par-
kment. nnd the House of Lords,
>' Jews and non-Jews, re-
sted the povernment, on
rely humanitarian grounds to
srvene with the Syrian gov-
iment in order to alleviate the
1 of Syrian Jews.
.HF.N THE British Ambassa-
in Damascus sent a report
eating the official Syrian ver-
that everything is all right
the Jews of Syria, members
parliament told the Foreign
antinued on Page 10-A
conference that during his term
of office the ZOA will conduct
ar. intensive campaign to educate
the public and restore that com-
mitment.
Dr. Sternstein. rabbi of the
Conservative Temple Beth Sho-
lorn in Roslyn Heights. 1*1., out-
l.ned the first step of the cam-
paign, a program of seminars to
expose young adult Ms and
their families to Zionism.
"WE ARE on the eve of a
titanic political struggle in the
Jewish community outside Israel
and especially in America." said
Pr Sternstein, citing the pres-
sure which is now building p
over this country's position in
the Middle East.
However, a', the very time when
American Jewish support of Is-
rael is crucial, the American
community has failed in two im-
portant barometers of Zionist
strength, aliya and tourism to Is-
rael, he asserted.
Emphasizing that he does not
believe "if you don't go on aliya,
you are not a Zionist." Dr. Stern-
stein said that nevertheless the
recent decline in aliya indicates
an overall decline in American
Zionist consciousness.
Continued on Page 6
TEL AVIV (JTAi Chief
of staff Gen. Mordechai Gur has
added his voice to those warning
that a new Middle East war Is
a possibility by the end of the
year.
Speaking to the Israel-Amer-
ica Chamber of Commerce. Gur
said a situation could develop
which could lure the Arab states
into launching a new war.
bit fense Force is preparing for the
eventually by initiating new pro-
grams to increase the work day
in the Army, intensifying train-
ing course, and to improving the
system of calling up the re-
serves.
He stressed that the Israeli
Army is both a defensive and an
offensive fighting force, and
there is the possibility that Is-
rael might attack first.
As an example of situations
which would lead to a new war.
Gur cited such developments as
the United Nations troops being
forced to leave the buffer /ones,
a feeling by the Arabs that they
can gain their political advant-
ages through a military cam-
paign coupled with the use of
oil pressure, and a decision by
Liberty Lobby Escalates
4nti-Semitic Campaign
j.
NEW YORK, N.Y. IJberty
Lobby, the Washington-based far
right propaganda apparatus
which was charged by the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith last month with using its
national daily radio program to
j>eddle bigotry, has escalated its
anti-Semitic campaign with the
of
mittee. are The Myth of the Six
lion," a 119-page anonymous
paperback, and a reprint of a 27-
year-ok) fraudulent anti-Semitic
pamphlet, "The ADL and Its I'se
in the Communist Offensive."
written by Robert H. Williams,
an anti-Jewish propagandist in
the 1940s and 1950s.
The league, in a survey made
carried by over 100 radio sta-
tions, was controlled by Willis A.
Carto. a professional organizer of
anti-Jewish groups and publica-
tions and founder of the 16-year-
old Liberty Lobby.
In addition. Mr. Peirez had
pointed out that the principal
owners of the Mutual Broadcast-
ing System. Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
r^lZS^ ha^lraclT the public Ju!y~3 by Lawrence Peirez. jaminD Gilber. have been reg-
l^LTZ" chairman of the agency's nation- ular financial contributors to
according to al civil rights committee, had re- Liberty Lobby since 1966 and
chairman of vealed that "This I* Liberty
11 y," a five-minute broadcast
League says
The two works,
John L. Goldwater.
ADL's national fact finding ccm-
Contlnued on Page 2
Syria to launch a war on its own
because of its present heavy
stockpile of arms.
OCR SAID that if war breaks
out it will be conducted along
the lines of the Yom Kippur War
since no new weapons have been
introduced into the Mideast.
He said he did not believe that
missiles would be used against
population centers if lx>th sides
were interested in preventing it.
Defense Minister Shimon
Peres also warned of the pos-
sibility of a new war in six
months to a year, particularly
from Syria.
Pope Supports
}'Palestinians9
R< ME (JTAI Poi>e Paul
VI has expressed his support of
the "legitimate aspirations" of
the Palestinian people.
In a letter to Msgr. John No-
lan, president of the Pontifical
Mission for .Palestine, the ivople
said. "The Palestinians are parti-
cularly dear to us because they
are the people from the Holy
Land, because some of them are
followers of Christ and because
they have endured and continue
to endure many tragic suffer-
ings."
THE PONTIFF added that for
yean the Palestinian refugees
have lived in inhuman conditions.
He said "such conditions have
provoked frustrations among
man.. Palestinians and in some
cases caused such anxiety and
despair that they were driven to
acts of violent protest which we
deplore with sadness."
The Pope expi eased the hope
that the Palestinian problem
would be discussed at the next
peace negotiations on the Middle
Eaat and that a solution would
be found.


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Page 2-A
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Friday. August 9,
197/
Liberty Lobby Escalates
Anti-Semitic Campaign
Contiaued from Page 1
that a recent contract signed by
'This Is Liberty Lobby" with
Mutual would make the program
available to the network's sta-
tions.
Air. Goldwater reported that
33 Mutual oj-.L-.s -.lave already
legun carrying 'This Is Liberty
Lobby."
The broadcasts reei'.larly offer
a free copy of America First,"
descr.beii by ADL as a blatant-
ly anti-Semitic pamphlet." as a
bonus tor subscriptions to "the
equally anti-Semitic monthly,
'Liberty Letter."
i. July Lsroa of "Liberty
Le'.ter." in a to-.iinn and ad on
"The Myth of the Six Million,"
describe.i the look as eontainnig
'tacts" allegedly pmvin? that
Hitler's le mation of the Jewish
jeu;'iG during the H "is
pure poppyeock."
Mr. Goldwuter said that in
with its stepped*up
anti-Jewish literature campaign.
Liberty Lobby also issued a mass
'emergency" appeal which libel-
ed ADL as bting "basically un-
America" and urged Liberty
Lobby followers to form com-
mittees to establish new outlets
for the radio program. The mail-
ing also offered the anti-Semitic
Williams tract free to contribu-
tors.
The charges contained in the
original ADL report accused
Carto of setting up Liberty Lob-
by as a "front" for his "seamier
operations," including Liberty
and Property, a clearinghouse
for kee; in^ informed on anti-
Semitic activities; "Western Des-
tiny." a marine with racist.
Xa i-type articles, and Noontide
Press, publisher of anti-Semitic,
racist and pro-Nazi books, includ-
ing "Irnperlum," by the late Nazi
logist Francis P. Yockey. The
\< ckey book contains a dedica-
tion to Adolf Hitler and a lauda-
tory 35-page Introduction .
Carto.
The ADL rcooit also p. inter,
out that "This Is Liberty Lobby'
programs during and immediate-
ly following the Arabs' October
aggression against Israel last
year contained a daily barrage of
anti-Israel or anti-Jewish at-
tacks.
The ADL survey, which was
rerortod ;i newspapers and mag-
azines f cross the country, asked
whether t M managements an.i
licensees of This Is Liberty Lob-
by" radio outlets were "ignorant
of the program's contents or un-
caring about their role :n help-
ing peddle bigotry."
Mr. Goldwater said that Lib-
erty Lobby mailings have inspir-
ed hate mail and abusive
calls to adl offices. He de
that "Liberty Lobby's | a
anti-Jewish campaign onlj rein-
forces the Anti-Defan
League's determination to
,-e the group's
mines."
Fear Of Renewed War
Mounting In Israel
ContiniKtl from P:i:re 1
not n a] civilian life.
I8RABIS have stressed that
a return to normalization of the
two area* as provided in the dis-
engagement agreements would
te proof of Aiab willingness tc
reach a Mideast settlement.
Another cause of concern in
brie] was the arrival of King
F...sai of Saudi Arabia in Cairo
for a nine-day visit to Egypt.
Faisai crossed the Suez Canal to
set the positions Egyptian troops
have taken up since the Israeli-
Eg : tian disengagement agree-
ment.
The main purpose of his visit
was reportedly to discuss with
Egyptian President Anwar Sadat
how Saudi oil wealth and diplo-
matic leverage can be combined
with Egyptian military strength
in support of the Arab cause
Inst Israel.
Sariat was expected to seek
Fai in his attempt to
re : e King Hussein of Jordan
v. the Palestinian terrorists.
MK.wumi.E in Lebanon
te:. -'f the
riKht-wii
be n fight
I rockets
i Beirut,
Two l i and a civilian
:. Lebain
!' :' rtp
. isit-to Libya ii
i
'h Wests
i

i
ar lc-
gan picking up in intensity here
when Gen. Mordechai Gur, the
Chief of Staff, in telling a meet-
ing here of the Israel-American
Chamber of Commerce that tne
Arabs could start a new war by
the end of the year, stressed that
Israel must prepare itself spirit-
ually, mentally and organization-
ally for the eventuality of a new
war.
HIS WARNING folloved a
similar one from Peres in a
weekend television interview.
Their remarks are seen as part
of an effort to convince the mili-
tary and the public of the seri-
ousness of the situation and the
need for all-out preparedness.
As part of the new prepared-
ness, the army extended its work
day to run until darkness. More
reserves are scheduled to be call-
ed up, particularly those in stor-
age and maintenance who will be
working around the clock in or-
der that combat vehicles will be
ready for use.
The army is also preparing for
trial call-ups of reserve units and
at least one will te conductc i
over the radio
THE AFTERNOON newspa-
per. Yediot Aharonot. in an edi-
torial, said Gur's statement was
a warning to the Arabs that if
they should prevent renewal of
the arrangement for United Ni-
trons forces in the buffer zone
this could mean war.
Gur said that if the IN was
ousted from the buffer zone Is-
rael would have to decide wheth-
er "to wait for a second move b.
the Arabs, or shall we te the
first to strike''"

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The Real Core Of Middle East Conflict
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
c(ire of the Middle East conflict
is Israel's relations with the
Arab countries and not the
Palestinian issue, Premier Yitz-
hak Rabin stressed in an inter-
view with the afternoon news-
j-aperpaper Yediot Aharonot.
In the interview, the first
piven to an Israeli newspaper
since he assumed office, Rabin
noted that during the Cabinet
discussions last week on the
Palestinian issue "There was not
one minister who supported the
establishment. of0a, third country
between Israel and Jordan."
THE INTERVIEW ranged
over a wide variety of subjects.
Rabin said he would consider
bringing Likud into the Cabinet
if the opposition was "willing to
make territorial concessions in
return for peace."
Meanwhile he asserted, "There
is no difficulty on continuing
with this coalition v/-5lor the
entire term of the present Knes.
set."
Other statements made by
Rabin were:
"Despite the military accom-
plishment in the Yom Kippur
War, there is still no suitable
answer to the shocks and ques-
tion marks which were raised by
the war. We still have not trans-
lated our lives into the reality of
Scientists Protest Ban on Seminar
NEW YORK (JTA) Two
groups of American scientists
have issued a statement deplor-
ing "the destruction by Soviet au-
thorities of the unofficial scien-
tific seminar" which was to have
i-egun recently in the Moscow
apartment of Prof. Alexander
Voronel.
The statement, issued by the
executive board of the Commit-
tee of Concerned Scientists and
the International Board of Spon-
>or= and Advisors of the Inter-
national Seminar, protested
against "the harassment and im-
prisonment of many of the semi-
nar's organizers" including Vo-
ronel
WE PROTEST the Soviet gov-
ernment's refusal to permit these
scientists neither to exercise their
internationally-recognized right
to emigrate, nor to function as
scientists within the Soviet
Union," the statement declared.
"We are convinced that these
repressive actions by the Soviet
government against leading scien-
tists wishing to emigrate and
other outspoken scientists, violate
fundamental scientific and hu-
man principles and endanger the
implementation of bi-national co-
operative scientific agreements."-
At the same time, it was re-
ported here that Vitaly Rubin, a
leading sinologist and one of the
organizers of the aborted semi-
nar, is being charged with trea-
Nazi Named By Chile
;>\ris (JTA) The news-
: Lc Monde said that a want-
\,i/i war criminal has been
nanMd Uad of the Chilean gov-
ernments information services,
Direccion de Intcligencia
mal."
piper Identified him as
V.. Iter Rauff, a former SS chief
.W\ for the deaths of
some 100.(100 Jews from Poland,
Yugoslavia and the Ukraine dur-
ing World War II.
THE -US MONDE report was
latest to charge that the
rmer Nazi held a high post in
military junta-ruled Chilean
me.
.. last week, the Chilean
-> in London denied those
ports in a statement to the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, stat-
ing that "nothing could be fur-
ther from the truth."
According to Le Monde. Rauff
was in charge of deporting Tunis-
ian Jews to forced labor camps
during the war. On one occasion,
he personally commanded troops
who broke into a synagogue in
an attempt to round up 2,000
Jeus.T.e Monde said.
In 1944. Rauff served as head
of security police in Milan.
AFTER THE war, he settled in
Chile where he became a mer-
chant.
In 1961, West Germany de
manded his extradition to face
war crimes charges but it was
denied because Chile's 15-year
statute of limitations had ex-
pired, the paper said.
Ttvo JDL Members Put On Probation
NEW YORK Two members of the Jewish Defense League
convicted Of juvenile delinquency in Manhattan Federal
Court for dousing a Soviet diplomat with beef blood near the
Soviet mission to the United Nations.
Mitchell Rein. 18, of Brooklyn, and Zelig Spirn, 19. of Far
Rockaway, N.Y., were placed on probation and ordered to pay
to S50 for cleaning the spattered clothes of German M.
Kosenov. the second secretary at the mission.
The spattering took place during a demonstration near the
laaJon on March 15. 1973. German was the key witness for the
prosecution at the trial last June.
Federal Judge Harold R. Tyler, Jr., in announcing probation,
said he was being "far more tolerant of your persons and rights
than you were to a man who was a stranger to you."
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ference on Soviet Jewry, in re-
porting the charge, said that the
maximum sentence for that of-
fense, under Soviet law, is death.
SCIENTISTS from the two or-
ganizations, including 10 Nobel
Laureates, cabled President Nix-
on and Secretary of State Henry
A. Kissinger in Moscow recently
warning of the threat to the ful-
fillment of cooperative scientific
agreements between the U.S. and
the USSR caused by the Soviet
Union's continuing violation of
basic principles of international
scientific cooperation.
"The establishment of and par-
ticipation in bi-national scientific
cooperation and exchange pro-
grams must be conditioned on
the right of scientists to freely
communicate and travel for schol-
arly purposes, to function as
scientists inside their countries,
and if not so permitted, to eini
grate without harassment," the
cable warned.
Rl'BlN RAO been rebuffed re
peatedly in his efforts to ami
grate to Israel, Soviet authorities
reportedly saying they did not
want a man with Rubin's exper
tise on China to go to the West.
a people in war. Our main effort,
in the near future should be to
prepare ourselves for a war, re-
gardless of the efforts to reach
a settlement.
"THE ARAB world cannot
move one step without being
lead by Egypt. Therefore Egyp*
is first to hold negotiations with.
Then come Jordan, Lebanon and
Syria.
"We do not approve of a pro-
posal related to King Hussein to
withdraw about six miles west
of the Jordan. However, there
were other proposals which
spoke of a functional separation
of forces rather than a geogra-
phic one, i.e. that the Israel De-
fense Force remains in Judea
and Samaria, where there is
Jewish settlement, but Jordan
assumes civilian responsibility in
certain parts. Also:
I have personal relation-
ships with Secretary of State
Henry Kissinger and Undersec-
retary of State Joseph Sisco
which enable good contacts even
when we represent different in-
terests."
"I do not think one should
appoint political figures to cen-
tral army posts without an au-
thoritative decision and after a
principle discussion. It is most
essential to spare the IDF from
. politicalizBtioar
Even after the visit of the
American Secretary of the
Treasury, William Simon, there
is still no guarantee that all our
financial demands will be met."
"The most difficult moment
in my career, as Premier was
when the government decided to
evacuate the settlers from Nab-
lus. The most gratifying moment
was when our prisoners of war
returned from Syria."
DEFENSE MINISTER Shi-
mon Peres said in a television
interview over the weekend that
Israel had received information
of Arab plans to attack Israel
within six months to a year.
He said most of the reports,
developing in the last few weeks,
involved mainly Syria, which he
described as extremist, impatient
and loaded with weapons.
Peres said Syria already had
a larger air force than Egypt
"while its patience is far short-
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that since Israel is not prepared
to withdraw from the Golan
Heights, fighting should bo re-
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Friday. August S, J974 ^
ditoruxl
Thoughts of War
The most horrifying prospect is to contempkrte another
wca in we Middle East
Arse yet hj a .Tsnr.cT possibility one which we
bow hews harboring since die Oct. 22 ceasefire irnpneod
by Ae ttrirled States and fee Soviet Union tisrough the
"."ruTec* Sctions when. tc Sov-.et cihetais gleeful at the pros-
pec*, x a shattered Israel, .: hed become abundantly clear
that the Israelis were on the wcy to -nffirfina, yet another
reawuuoang. deceat *o both Eaypt and Syria.
?residen! Anwar Stedtr: can Jorge* quite easily that his
Thtd Army was surrojedrd in The southeau Sinai by -ric-
:;:.--_; Israeli :c.-ces and thcT trrmy was saved rv At
US Sov-.ec intervenacc
He can target that his Second Arrnw was sr-nikxrlv em-
boarr^efced ce tile Egyprjan side of the Suex Canal deep in
cgypecn territory.
He cob talk about an Egyptian rictory because now
hiu Tjacpe are ensconced a: what was once Barler Land
Syria: The Sorest oi Lasers
But the Syncn* cob net tercet so ecszly. They i
oack -ae Tetraory Israe* roacasred as a coneecuecre ot
e Syrian Yarn Eppur treachery.
Toey oiso have back IuneRra. couquesurj ia 1967 but
e preocus M: Kerrncc. In tact Isrcei is still rer-7
such ah>e at Gokso.
.-lad so ne Serious are restive, kdeec. they hrr-
aiweys been e hercesr :' cgh-ers and ae seres; o: losers.
atJ Matey I _s more *an T?r.g?cnre they w*JJtt
Taey cue hanker -hen any other Arab aauon. eacept
--i.b-ly Xaw Fatafs Scni Arabia That they want M
-sza^. -: n._ .-;.- are dedicated to that priicipi* cr.i
tnere :* evidence they justed actrna ou it oon-ftbiv evea
Eeiriuni.r ponsta aot only to The Russian buildup a
Syria r> a rare far mere fcricus Than sve: befere bat to
tear? that Dasmascns has made Me or no moee :n the
dhecrrr ;* reoarJr -~Tra ^^* *e ^.u^. V!r9e.,, .
wresisc ncrn Israel .a tie Coo; 1 war
Real Panic is Money Market
B> JOSEPH ALSOP
Angceieo TlnM Sym4ite
WASHINGTON About a,!
_-? BSUSft* hears about now-
adays :< Watergate Watered te.
Watergate But :n reality
already have a near panic on
the ione>ter-r. BUSUV aannatt
If this roes xi and sets worse.
we sradi also have a pone on the
short-term moaey market.
Aaa that is the last step be-
: re a general bast
THE SItiXS are ail tno plain.
At the bennnine of an inter- -
e Washington week, the
Tough aNe chairman of the F**.-
era! Reserve Board. Arthur
cut a bacHy needed vaca-
:r. half to rome back to
Washin^rtan. A day later Se-
' the Treavj.-y wHBan >.-
B -ent to the White Houte to
-----------_ .. *_-------------- err..ory re_nquisnec z~
-irre. ;~ n; r :g power wns rcrt ot je cecsenre
orronaeme"
Realities oi the Middle Etist
7--s ;^ose:ire principle was tc held tr^e not onlv for
iyr.o cut especia_y tc: Egypt wh_co with V S assistance.
3 now olecmc the S_r: renal
Tke Eg^-ppnns -5 rlecnng he caaaj tnere is iacreas-
-r fc^ "-hat Israel sawucsg wJl -ot hare cccsss to the
-:-..-. Egypt has yet to becrin r?c^lz-p :i the towns
. -jasus alaig fte ccnai
Tc_= :rz r-.y mean Syria and Eava are
.-pf.c _-r :- e pres-arnpeien the* these ad teat areas re-
se re-csc-s -elk ci a a*-w war ^s -crecsxngly
hcn ^.-ce. ieee coys. It makes no roe hocr-r 1: meretr
j-es ;o Jse rechttes c: NLdc_e Eastern a^rinrs.
I JA% Hopeful 3Iesage
present the most soi ings to President Nu^ ^
vance of his mm aAedulrt 5
to the Middle East. ^
On Capitol Hi::. ^.e,n^
Chairman Wilbur y\ '*
Ark., has been pimh .^
his someu-hat recalcitrant h^
Ways and Means -.^ *
a tax bill that*. *
to the money rr.a: ^
more cirxERot a betftaa
' *P***1 *>ns tax -
taxes on unearne-i yJ2
income no higher than the fni.
ent 50 percent maximum ^
earned income: more rspid mor.
tnetion fwr mriustr. ^^ j.
-.estrrents these a: the -*$
points of Rep. &
None of these tfrfl.
cant facU has attracte: atftn.
non. The equally signiijcant de-
velo^ments in the rr.< --. xu.
ket* themselves have n so
routineiy communicate-: -.-at they
also need som> andertuuag
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Friday. August 9. 1974
+Jewist fhridfar
Page 5-A
Time Magazine Picks Two Israelis As World Leaders
XSW YORK (JTA) Time,
the weekly news magazine, has
picked two Israelis Shulamit
Jloni ar-d Gad Yaacobiamong
150 men and women from 50
countries who seem likely to be-
come ths world's new leaders.
In naming the 150 individuals.
Time noted that the central re-
quirement for selection was that
*"a person have, or seem capable
of having in the future, signifi-
i
Service Program Endorsed
NgW YORK (JTA) Amer-
ican and Canadian university and
college professors, in cooperation
j with the Zionist Council of the
Arts and Sciences, academic arm
of the American Zionist Federa-
tion, have endorsed the American
I Zionist Youth Foundation's "Proj-
[ect Etgar" program which seeks
I to recruit high school graduates
land college-age men and women
[for volunteer service in Israel.
THE ACADEMICS will boost
[the program among their student
ody on their university and col
lege campuses.
The gotll of these academies
Ijn supporting the AZYFs "Pro
Ijtv. Ftijar" campaign is to call
lattention to the manpower needs
|of [arael and to continue the aid
the kibbutzim and cooperative
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Talking About*.
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"Project Etgar" seeks to re-
cruit additional volunteers to
work in Israel.
THE PROGRAM requires a
volunteer to sign up for a six-
month period during which he
takes an intensive six-week He-
brew language course, spends
three months working on a kib-
butz or moshav, and an additional
six weeks ol work in a work/job
environment of his own prefer-
ence.
Interspersed throughout the
program will be opportunities for
the volunteer to participate in'
educational seminars, to tour the
country, and attend cultural ac-
tivities.
Subsidies on a limited basis
will be available for those requir-
ing financial assistance.
cant or social impact." Only those
45 years of age or younger were
eligible for selection.
MS. ALONI, 45, is the leader
f the Civil Rrhts Party and ^
member of Knesset, and Yaacobi,
39, is the Minister of Transport
and a member of Knesset.
Both are also members of Is-
rael's Cabinet.
Time described Yaacobi as
"cool, intellectual and pragmatic."
M.-. Aloni was described as hav-
ing earned a reputation "as a
free-wheeling champion of wom-
en's rights and consumerism."
Others included in the list are:
King Hussein, of Jordan; Abdul
Salam Jalloud, Prime Minister of
Libya; Ahmed Zaki Yamani,
Petroleum Minister of Saudi
Arabia; Sen. James Abourezk, of
South Dakota, well-known for his
pro-Arab views.
Congresswoman Elizabeth Holtz-
man, of New \ork, wno nus
spoKen out for the rights of So-
viet Jews and has recently
Tfiticizc-d the' State Department
for its laxity in f'ealing with
former Nazi war criminals resid-
ing in the United States; and
Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, of
Massachusetts.
ACKNOWLEDGING that fa
"faces for the future" are inevit-
ably somewhat arbitrary, Time
stated that its choices are at best
a sampling which runs the risk
of wholly satisfying no one.
The editors, however, express-
ed the view that they felt the risk
worth taking not only to open
a debate on leadership but to
demontsrate that at a moment of
deep concern there may also be
reason for hone.
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* Jen 1st HcrMfor
Friday, August %
1971
Dr. Olson; Another Holocaust Possible
NEW YORK (JTA) Dr. Bernhard E. Olson, national di-
rector of Interreligious Affairs for the National Conference of
Christians and Jews, has called the church a failure, believes another
holocaust is possible and said that Christianity must reform.
Dr. Olson expressed these
views in an interview scheduled
for broadcast on New York's
WEVD Radio last Tuesday as
part of the station's public affairs
programming.
The 64-year-old Methodist min-
ister is the country's foremost
Christian Authority on Christian-
Jewish relations.
HE IS THE author of the
monumental book, "Faith and
Prejudice." which exposed and
evaluated the images and depic-
tions of other religious communi-
ties, especially Jewish, that pu-
pils and teachers received from
Protestant Church publications.
The book revealed that Pro-
New ZOA President Urges
Rededication to Zionist Cause
Continued from I'ase 1
'The precipitous drop after the
October War of American tour-
ism to Israel." said Dr. Sternstein.
"is a result of our own failures.
It is my conviction that to re
vive Zionism ZOA must put 8
major effort on educating the
young generations."
THE FIRST step in this educa-
tion program, called the Young
Zionist Fellowship Seminars, is a
series of programs lasting a week-
end to two weeks and aimed at
the age group of 25-40. Its objec
live il "to exDose these young
people to the Zionist experience
and educate them to the Zionist
community and personal involve-
ment, with the possibility of lead-
ing to aliya." Dr. Sternstein said
The meetings, which will take
place at five locations through
out the country, will invite these
people and their children to ex
perience Israeli cultural life,
hear lectures on Judaism and
Zionism, and take part in discus-
sions on those subjects.
ZOA's new program will be
aimed at the 25-40 age grouD be-
cause, according to the ZOA
president. "The potential for ac-
tive Zionists in this group is very
significant."
HE SAID since the develop
ment of the State of Israel in
194C there have been no real, suc-
cessful programs of Zionist educa-
tion in the United States.
"I believe there is a Zionist
thesis to Jewish life," said the
new president. "Zionism is a
word for the responsibilities of
Jews to the Jewish peoDle. When
you assume responsibility in
American Jewish life, you must
assume it in world Jewish life as
well."
Israel, said Dr. Sternstein. is
the focal point of American Jew
ish life, and it is the job of a
Zionist organization to bring all
Jews to recognize this fact.
testant Churches were teaching
deadly forms of prejudice, and
the work subsequently forced a
complete revaluation <>t Protest-
ant Sunday School materials.
Asked about the church strug-
gle and the holocaust, a subject
upon which he convened a top
level conference with scholars
from around the world earlier
this vear. Dr. Olson said:
"THE HOLOCAUST is a judge-
ment upon the Christian church.
It was a tragedy for the Jew. but
it was 'also) a tragedy for the
church. It pointed out the failure
of the church
"Almost all young people to-
day have no Idea what 'he holo-
caust is nil about. If they were to
look at a film depicting the holo-
caust, they would think it's fic-
tion.
"To examine the church strug-
gle and the holoca t is to con-
tinually examine ourselves so we
can prevent not merely another
holocaust, but so we can prevent
any trend toward totalitarianism
of'cither right or le,ft in this
country."
DR. OLSON also believes that
another holocaust is possible,
adding, 'The Jews in the Middle
East are afraid (that) another
holocaust will take place right
there."
Israel is in a very' precarious
position. Dr. Olson continued.
"Israel has had to make all
the conessions so far. and it
seems as though a great many
of the Arab leaders are really
opting for obliteration of Israel
as a nation."
Detente in that area "is a one-
way street so far." he stated
QUESTIONED AS to whether
he was fearful that America
might opt for oil rather than Is-
rael, Dr. Olson replied:
\V" nap not opt for oil so
much as opting for other IktoJ
But oil is a consideration u
think we would necessarily!!
(out) Israel for a barrel 2,1
but we might. I think thetVi-
power struggle there- a 111
struggle between east and J?
"There is a lot more at !
there than oil. l **
He called anti-Semitism a .
tinuing problem in America Z
ing that prejudice todav m* *
larly anti-Semiti>m. u'nT*
cially acceptable
"WHEN ANlYSemlte, fXm
themselves, they have do 50 ^
socially-acceptable terms insof..
as that is possible." Dr. Olson a.
plained.
"This doesn't mean that em
criticism of the State of Isr-i
or every criticism of 7.
a manifestation of ant Sei -
but it does mean that ,
mites find it more socially
cceptable t>> ca
anti-Semitism by ,r
Zionism or what I
Zionist policies, and you car. 31
that it's ant; Semi!
their statements
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Friday, August 9, 1374
Will Clmppaquiddick Drown Teddy Kennedy?
.......- ... ...j.- knnihor visihlp and there- against a lil
By MAX l.KRNKR
I.os Anjieles Times S\ndlcate
WASHINGTON Has Son. Ed-
ward Kenrwd.x's ID..4UM priv-
ate past WtmA to he an *ltde
to Ins public future* Must of the
igM Hen to poM Uutf way. in
eluding W fiwi.v ta*l over all
his Democratic opfMMti ia the
trtra polls
Yet Koaaody'l future is not .is
MOW* as II seems One has to see
"fn-st what the post-Watargats
mood will be For to steal James
Joyce*! iratl sentenee it is in
the imlth) t Mir W .iterate sou!
that Wl torse the uncreated con-
science f the nation
Kennedy1! presidential chances
m if* will deftand upon 'he
state of that conscience, whi.-h
will Largely decide how searching
will be the scru'iny of the Chap-
paquMdlck episode during the
campalfn.
THE StRl'TlNY has resumed
a bit. after lying dormant for a
while The fifth anniversary of
Chappaquiddick (it happened oa
the weekend ol July 18. 18)
hai broughl an inevitable flare
up of retellings and reassess-
ment! of the ston
The most damning, la
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isiness.
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story but ends with the view that
had Kennedy bevn more truthful
and courageous in his accoi/ht of
the events, and admitted bath to
the actual hour and actual intent
of the fateful car ride over the
bridge, he would be more in the
clear today than he is. morally
and politically.
IT IS notable that none of the
three comes from a conservative
source, hostile to Kennedy or his
liberal politics. All three writers
are liberal Democrats, andex-
cept for nonpolitical McCall's
the magaiines bear the same
stamp.
The fact that McCall's has a
women's readership makes its re-
search and comment especially
important, since it is the women
voters who were hit hardest by
the trauma of Chappaquiddick.
and it is they who will have to
change their minds about Ken-
nedy if he is to win in 1"6
RIGHT NOW he seems headed
for the Democratic nomination,
and -de nation risk of having a third Ken-
Hasidic Jews Fight
Court Redistricting
NKW YORK iJTAl Fed-
oral District Court Judge Walter
Bnrchhsusen has reserved dad-
don 00 a charge by Hasidic Jews
that the newly drawn state as-
sembly district lines that divide
in ball their community of 35,-
000 persons in Brooklyn's Wu-
irg section discriminates
n them m favor Of Blacks
,t thrown out as un-
\ ithan 1 >' in, attorney for the
Unit s UJ
w ';., bui g an umbrella group
for mo-e thsn 100 Jewish groups
, ares, chai ge I re that
the U.S, Department ol Jus!
had "stron the State
Legi latun make the Hasidim
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mittee that drew up new lines
for 28 legislative and congres-
sional district- in Brooklyn and
Manhattan, admitted that the
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be k pt .: one district *M
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determined to take the risk
It ever there was i" predestined'
Democratic year for the Presi-
dency, 1976 seems to be it.
Kennedy would have to be wit
less to let the chance slip from
his grasp, and the fact is that he
is a smart and seasoned politician.
A GOOD deal depends on
whether President Nixon survives
politically and what happens if
he goes. The Republican can-
didares today are divided between
the loyalists and the moderate
liberals.
Of the first group Vice Presi
dent Gerald Ford would doubtless
be stronger than Gov. Ronald
Reagan of California; and of the
second Gov. Nelson Rockefeller
would be more credible than Sen.
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If Mr. Nixon surviveswhich
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Ford would have had no chance
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did3te. the chances are that Ken
nedy would do better than nos>'
him out.
He could probably do thsl
against a liberal Republican
well. s
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pushed out. Ford would entrev,
himself In the Preside^- Jjl
the nomination easily ;:
and profit from whatever ij^.
syndrome Mr. Nixon left tniVa^
behind him.
IN THE wake of such a :.:.
drome, the Chappaquiddick m
soderehearsed and researched
again and againwould play j
not negligible campaign role. Ia
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would run a closer race-t^
close for any Democratic com-
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On one thing I am clear At
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dtntial campaign, or later in his 1
Presidency', the Chappaquiddick
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Page 9-A
impeachment Recalls Jefferson
By MAX LERNER
11 Angeles Time* Syndicate
INKW YORK ^n^his sijrrir
r ox our discontent, with a
sidential impeachment hang-
over the months following
lependence Day. the massive
re of Thomas Jefferson looms
standard against which to
Cent republic.
Iffferson was America's first
lo?npher-ktng. All Presidents
kings of a sort.
/HEIR POWER is fabulous
fj inescapable; only some Pres-
Itit-: use it better than others,
<..-nv ias we have been dis-
_*nnri abuse it worse.
It is rare to find a philosophic
I In-a President.
iu can count them on the fin-
,>f one hand. Jefferson was
supreme instance, one of the
Ming philosophers of his time,
also the greatest of its po-
|,,i practitioners.
IDI) JOHN Adams, his pre-
.iir in office gnarled,
iky, yet a considerable think-
Tnmes Mailison. Jeffer-
L's sucressor not the kind of
liter and star Jefferson was,
golider and more disciplined
his ihinking,
Ldd Abraham Lincolnrough
in. unschooled, but a towering
Lre at political thinker as well
| doer.
Lound out the quintet with
[ Wilson, who was not
llv on the level of the rest
i professor rather than
riginal thinker.
IKFFKRSOX IS mostly re-
Jribered and revered because
(wrote the Declaration of In-
endence. but he was a com-
tangled. little-understood
ess <>f a saint and more of
|mner than we usually take
for.
pmf uneasy Questions have
raised about him in recent
|s My own answers have to
iefer and more summary
I >hould like.
I'AS HE B i-.oat American
I Jfes, he was: a proto-
Julist reformer, a champion of
Ituiv and Nature's God," an
pgist, a theorist of democ-
r an educational thinker, a
lanist
fe base never had such a
.ition of intellectual quali-
.:-. Hie Presidency since him
ahly never will again.
|a- he a great President?
is a different question.
intellectuals are rarely
| MidentS. Dumas Malone.
pent his life as Jeffer-
raplier and defender.
'- thai his first term was a
k me, and his second far
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one? No. it wasn't. He took an
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Friday, Augug, g
1 Allan Describes Kissinger Meeting
Continued from l'mse 1
Allon and Kissinger took place as
tension in Israel htightOMl over,
the invisibility year.
iin \t sk OK this, the United
States, preoccupied with the con-
flict in Cyprus for the last two
weeks, is exacted to push for
some-kind of movement-mon on
negotiations to prevent a new
Conflict Kissinger is scheduled to
meet with officials from Egypt.
Jordan and Syria after his talks
with Allon.
.The Allon-Kissinger talks were,,
also held against the background
of a visit by King Faisal of Saudi
Arabia to Egypt and the depar-
ture of Yasir Arafat. Palestine
- ADL Leaders Meet With French
PARIS (JTA> A delegation
of the American Anti-Defamation
league Vltlttnfl here met with
several French Jewish commun-
ity leaders.
The French Union of the B'nai
tVritfl Invited the delegation
which consisted of API. co direc-
tor. Arnold Forster; the president
of the ADL Civil Rights Depart
ment. Lawrence Peirez; the direc-
tor of the API. European Depart-
ment, frma Rachleff: and the
representative of the ADL Israel
Department. Erwin Shapiro.
THE AMERICANS met with
the president of the French B'nai
Itnth. Jean Pierre-Bloch. and
the president of the Representa-
tive Council Of the Jewish lnstitu
tions of France iCRIF), Jean
Rosenthal.
Georges Rloeh. president of the
European District of the B'nai
B'nth. Jean Paul Flkannon. Paris
Oonaiatorj president, and Nazi
hunter, Beate iQarafeld and her
husband were among those who
attended a special reet ption for
Syrians Charge
British
Interference
< aataraed from Pag* t
S iry thai it was n i the
isa
to c er up the perae
of nnocent people and to act as
an apologist for the Syri
I .ist week the BritJah Ambaa-
- h : Rob-
i f the Syi
that Britain was now biased in
. .' i'!' Is' | S
and thai the Bi
ha acted as it I i e I
, -- reports about the ill-1
t atmant ol Syrian Jews.
He was also t I that this kind
of att:- major rela-
I .- between Britain &r.i\ Syria,
an,: also Britain and the rest of
the Arab world."
THl BRITISH ke;-t quiet
ateul the Syri,,:- wan
the Syrians made :t pvbttc, even
g \:r.(- part of the interview
i aptar and varan.
T*ie Foreign Office here
the JTA We have drawn the
attentn r. of Spite to the eon
i n over the
;c- the Jewtan comi
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nize that we have n>
on their behalf.
"We have done this at our awn
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the American guests at the Paris
Hilton.
Puring the reception. Forster
announced he had written a let
ter to West German President
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Klarsfeld. who last week was
sentneed to two months in prison
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attempted abduction of a former
Paris Gestapo chief now living in
West Germanv.
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many's anti-Nazi constitution and
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of the Franco-German treaty deal-
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since 1971.
Liberation Organization leader,
for the Soviet L'nion.
Arafat went to the USSR a|
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Brezhnev, and it is expected that
the Soviet Union will recognize
the PLO as the only representa-
tive of the Palestinians.
ALLON. who arrived in Wash-
ington for his first visit to the
I'nited States since becoming
Foreign Minister and Deputy
Premier, also discussed the long-
term military and economic aid
that Israel has been seeking
from the U.S. and that President
Nixon promised when he was in
Israel.
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the\'te welcomed at more than a
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Lit; togust 1974
-Jewist fk Page 11-A
Real Panic is Money Market
Continued from Pace 4-A
b |d have left New York City
tjing just under 8 percent for;ii
fc, forrowed money.
-ity Controller Harrison J.
bldin not unnaturally said,
.A'hether you run a state or a
ly or a biR industrial company,
K have only two choices if you
,",; to borrow long-term money
I,- cannot get it. You can cut
[ expensei sharply or you can
Into the short-term money
ju-ket.
In many cases like that of
>. York Cfty the second
as been all but unavoid-
riil"

t<

HAS already caused the
fiendish" pressure on the
. 1 anks for short-term
The phrase quoted was
ed by three of half a
., bankers and bank
pollen just prior to
8 df these words.
the near panic In the
noney market is akw
UMng the short-term
kel to drv up.
If both long-term and short-
term credits are unavailable, ex-
cept at totally prohibitive rates,
you automatically get an-*cono-
mic situation that will produce a
bust.
THE BEST analogy is the un-
intentional extermination of
four-fifths of the population of
Iraqor about 20 million people
at that time bv the invading
Mongols in the 13th century.
Iraq then depended on a most
complex irrigation system, with
canals needing exhaustive clean-
ing each winter. The Mongol con-
querors did not have the tech-
nical knowledge to call up the
forced labor to clean the canals.
First the little ones clogged.
Then the big ones clogged. Fi-
nall.-, the whole system clogged;
there were no crops, and famine
became general.
THE ROI.E of water in an ir-
rigation system is almost exactly
comparable to the role of credit
in a modem high technical econ-
omy. If credit had not dried up,
mainly because of the inflation
rate, wo should be ex; eriencing
a boom.
There are at least 50 major in-
dustries, by Rep. Mills' always
well-informed estimate, that now
need to expand importantly to
serve their markets.
The steel industry, for in-
stance, should be investing $3.5
billion a year until at least 1980
for both expansion and moderni-
zation.
REP. MILLS' program is
mainly designed to get frighten-
ed money out of hiding. Secre-
tary of the Treasury Simon,
meanwhile, wants to add the oth-
er half of the necessary remedy
a severe program of "demand
restraint'- to bring down the in-
flation rate.
This kind of program has al-
ready brought down the West
Get man inflation rate to only six
percent, or one-half tne U.S. rate.
But there is always Water-
gate. By Watergate, the public
dialogue is deformed: the Presi-
dent is paralyzed, and the Con-
gress is reduced to an idiots'
talking shop. These priorities are
beginning to seem a i it odd.
Rabbi Files To Free Chileans
YORK Rab-
Kreiman of Santiago.
bbi >t Chile, was one of
; of major religious
, who filed a habeas cor-
n recently in a court
in Santiago for
le who disappeared aft-
thej were arrested in the
nths following the overthrow
.overnmer.t of Dr. Salva-
Allende Gossens. according
u reports reaching here.
[HE APPEAL to the court was
tied by the Rev. Helmut Frenr.
Jtheran Bishop of Chile and
|der of the country's Protestant
urch groups; Msgr. Fernando
liz. Auxiliary of the Roman
phoiic Archdiocese of Santiago.
ibbi Kreiman, members of
Committee of Cooperation for
ece In Chile, a group that le-
|!y assists detainees and work-
i di-missed for economic or po-
litical reasons, according to re-
ports.
In their appeal, the clerics re-
quested the court to ask the mil-
itary authorities about the fate
of the 131 detainees, where they
are being held and the reasons
for the detentions.
The appeal also asks for the
immediate release o: those who
are hem: detained without legal
reasons. There was no immedi-
ate indication as to whether any
of the detainees are Jews.
RABBI KREIMAN. 27, is a
Conservative rabbi who came to
Santiago from Buenos Aires in
1972 after t'iree Conservative
rabbis and one Orthodox rabbi
left th'> country when Dr.
AUende became President.
Rabbi Kreiman, a member of
the Rabbinical Assembly and the
World Council of Synagogues.
sj instrumental in reviving syn-
agogue attendance in Santiago by
older as well as younger Jews j
and also aided in the mainte-
nance of the Orthodox syna-
gogue.
Since the military junta came
to power, he and other leaders of
the Jewish community have par-
ticipated in helping restore the
nation's activities.
|Continned from Page 4-A
e in 1971 to the latest
e, are fairly accurate
: h >.\c done the statis
isti It is not they ,
. to deal with the
Lit c who have not |
M- 'C (>!
- after all, can d
Rl .:n.
1 York, there are
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So il '
tile Mr! t P '

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bel nw the po'
B5
-: I theie a*e liture
I to be 1 n what 1
i tida AMBing.
F lh< \.t'" rep rt, ha-
il 'anuitic move1! or
somehow H wear
'. measure u > to the nee 1
b n la eval latins
efforts Is thai w
I been m id I aware of th~
r' o Mi i pr iblem. 1 know
other m.^r* glamorou'l
and projects than;
is whv th" praa
I" its like Earl Butz tun
c"i*o their loathesome attitude*
tat ince wh-m did helping j
*s dnnend on how much pub ]
fty eou!d be gained from thej
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hjewisli Floridian
r!orida Friday, August 9, 1974
Section B
Miami Family Takes Part
In 1st USA Family Mission
lonad but strong that's
, Miami family describes
t
irrent mood of Israel.
man H. Lipoff, a local at-
his wife, Nancy, and
laughters, Ann, 12. and
have just taken part in
St family mission to Israel
nited Jewish Appeal.
The family mission concept
L. i evolutionary one,"' says
We wanted to provide
sters with the opportu-
see first-hand why
trenta were so deeply In-
: in Israel."
seated involvement char-
... Lipoffs own lifestyle.
live member of Miami's
community, he presently
IS a trustee of the Foun-
of Jewish Philanthropies,
lirman of the Founda-
K Committee. He is also
r of the Greater Miami
i Federation's Planning

"Coming as they do from a
wide geographical spread. It'll be
difficult for the youngsters
and us to keep, in touch, but I
somehow think that permanent
ties have heen born out of the
close relationships born of this
mission," says Lipoff.
In her quiet, charming way.
Lipoff agrei
mit that at the beginning I had
some trepidation about the size
of the group I felt 30 families
might be just too large.
'But I'm delighted to say that
the idea worked out beautifully
well. I'm delighted we weie a
part of it."
Mb. \5^
\J- :^^i^B % w
n r fw] i r iraw V
\\ H \
W\i \ i / ^
Iget Committee, and
f its Committee on
Culture and Religion,
er in a Miami law firm
an of the Tax Section
the Miami Bar, Lii*>ff also
on Temple Both Am's
I'rustecs. Mrs. Lipoff is
. serving as education
lent of the Greater Mi-
Jewish Federation Women's
ission brought to-
lei >" young families and
K) children, who :angel in
l to 17. for an inten-
,. tour of Israel.
ip visited military in-
ns and absorption een-
il i.n and national and
landmarks. Special
planned for the
'is in some cases; other
children and their par-
ed together.
ii involved in school
..: home. Ann
evei theless have wel-
i ince to exi erience
. rael.
.s been vaJ
'for us to pet I
the end of
liscuss the girl's reac-
pful, she says, is the
: other youngstei
the Lipoff girls diS-
eir own feelings about
lences during the mis-
outh Dade JWV
<>>i Wins Awards
Dade Post No. 778, Jew-
? War Veterans, captured
[any honors at the recent De-
nt of Florida convention.
The Best Post Award and the
uting Award was ac-
'.' Commander Abe Ei-
The individual leader
ting and the coveted
itsch Memorial Award
estowed upon Alvin Rose.
to have performed the
* -landing service for the
War Veterans in the
'I Florida. Mr. Rose is
Mor vice commander of the
ind the Department Re-
I officer.
M't Commander Herbert
*n was elected Judge Advo-
Me tor the Department.
Sol Adyr, Department Histor-
Presented a book of news-
FPer articles for the past year,
^iich was sent to Philadelphia
the national convention to be
h the national compti
Edward C. Fogg, III, was sworn in as Mayor of Metropolitan
Dade County by Judge Thomas H. Barkdull, chief Judge of
the Third District Court of Appeals. Fogg, former vice mayor
and commissioner of Dade County who was unanimously
named by his fellow commissioners to succeed the late John
B. Orr, Jr., took the oath on July 33.
Uhr Announces State Officers
Harold C. Uhr, Commander,
Department of Florida, Jewish
War Veterans of the U.S.A.. an-
nounces the following depart-
ment appointments for the year
J974-75:
Melvin Kornfield, chief of
stall; Al Freeman, chaplain;
Norton Left, quartermaster;
.Marvin Duke, adjutant; Herman
Sokolow. service officer; Ed
Feibelman. patriotic instructor;
Sol Lipton, hospital officer:
Aaron Slarhter, officer of the
da/; Norman T. Levine, major
Of the honor guard: Joseph
Stern historian; Al Rose, Amer-
icanism officer, and Hy Danzig,
inspector.
Also Irvin Steinberg, budget
chairman; Sam Franzblau,
awards chairman; Jerry Brun-
ner. cemetery chairman; Irving
Solomon, resolutions chairman;
Arthur Lee. Blood Bank chair-
mai I David Fried, bicent-
11 ide County.
During their participalion in United Jewish Appeal's recent
"Family Mission" to Israel, Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion leader Norman H. Lipoff (right) and his family, includ-
ing daughter Elise (below, right) met Gen. Moshe Daycn,
Israel's former Defense Minister, at Dayan's Jerusalem
home.
Dadeland ORT To Install
At tne tit st Installation din-
ner of Dadeland Chapter. Wom-
en's American ORT, in the
Hampshire Inn, 9700 Sunset Dr..
Saturday. Mrs. Sue Kurzban will
become president. Carol Snyder
and Sharon Boas, vice presi-
dents, Ellen Goldstein, treasurer,
and Gail Fried, secretary. Mrs.
Rebecs Gold in e arge of pub-
NJCSE Labor Day Weekend
R ibert Kan er Chapter. Na-
.....' '-!<. Service hm-
ployees. Inc., will hold its annual
unoOc _> sert Inn Motel, 17201 Collins
Axe. A'-~. W to Seot. 2.



Page 2-B
Historian To Visit Leaders
Of American Friends Of H-U
Dr. Moshe Davis, one of the
world's forMwst authorities on
Jewish history, will visit Greatei
Miami in late August to meet
with leaders ol the Florida divi-
sion of the American Friends of
the Hebrew University.
Dr. Davis. Stephen S. Wise
Professor in American Jewish
History and Institutions at the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem,
will come to this country to help
promote a new book. "The Yom
Kippur War: Israel and the
Jewish People." The volume,
of which he served as chief edi-
tor, will be published late this
month by Arno Press, an affili
ate of The New York Times.
Harry a Levy of Miami
Beach, pn sident of the Greater
Miami Chapter of the American
Friends if tne Hebrew Univer-
sity said Dr. Davis also will con-
tec with other" leaders ef the
South Florida Jewish com-
munity to brief them on current
developments in Israel
Dr. Davis is consulting editor
of the new Encyclopedia Judaica
anil general editor of the Con-
temporary Jewisii Civilization
Series published b.. Random
House.
At the invitation of President
fclphraim Katzir of Israel, he
serves as Chai-mar. of the Study
Circle on World Jewry, meeting
monthly in the President's home,
and is editor- ef its publican in
seiies.
He.. the American
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity are located in the 605 Lin-
coln Read Building, Miami
a ich, with A!' ert A. P irnei as
regional dire* I
Testimonial Brunch Will Honor
JWY National Commander Ferdie
Ainslee R Ferdie. Nation
Commander of the Jewish Wai
Veterans of the United States
will be id at testimonial
brunch sponsored by the Depart
ment of Florida Jewish War
Veterans Sunday at 11 a.m.
Mr. Ferdie, an attorney fro
Coral Gables is one ot the two
men from the State of Florida
th.:t has ever been elected to the
highest office in the national
organization.
State Supreme Court Just!.
Joseph Boyd will address the
brunch guests gathered at the
Beau Rivage Hotel. 99th Street
and Collins Avenue. Miami
Beach, this weekend.
Arthur A. Selevan is serving
as chairman of the tribute to
Air. Ferdie.
AISSLEE K. FEKOIE
Kc in hard Issues Urgent Appeal
For Two Additional Bloodmohiles
+JeistF3crkfi9r
City Bank Of
North Miami
Elects Snyder
Wthur !. SrrytWf has been
elected a director of City Bank
of North Miami, according to
Gerald A Keller, chairman of
the Board.
Snyder, a former Senior Muni-
cipal Judge and Mayor of North
Miami Beach, is general counsel
to Zuckerman-Vernon Corp.,
Bayshore 21, Inc.. and William
Neckman Properties, Inc.three
of the largest ho lers f real
property in South Florida. He is
also General Counsel and ..
i member of PEC In I ist-
ries. Inc.
sn. le :- i mer president
i Fiori la Munidpa
in t former Special
ant Attorney General of
Florida: he Is | casentl) i t
29521 a director ef the Beth
Torah Congregation, and has
been a tnambtfi >i the board ot
Pan American Bank of Dade
since 19t>4.
Snydei was the red i t of an
awai n lei the Sister
RrqgraiX of the I'.S. with San
Tea:" Suia. Honduras, for Ml
lole in ii"n lungs vac-
cine and a mediae! :o:v>
ami to I- IS I
the polio epidemic of l9->i
Feth Kodesh Board Meeting
The first board meeting of the
year will be held at 11:00
Ihursuay. &Ug 15. at Te-.
Beth Kodesh. 1101 SW 12th K\
according to new:y elected pres-
ide'-! sirs. Irwin Lechowit/. Re-
freshments will Le served before
the meeting.
Discotheque Donee Sunday
The Voting Professionals :
Professional II. serving Dade and
Broward County single adults in
their 20s'. 30's and 40's. are co-
sponsoring a discotheque dance
at the Dupont Pla^ia Hotel. Sun- ,
day at 8 p.m.
An urgent appeal for two ad-
ditional bloodmobiles for Israels
official Red Cross agency was is-
sued Wednesday by Samuel Rein-
hard. Florida state chairman of
the American Red Magen David
for Israel
Reinhaid. senior vice presi-
dent of the Greater Miami He-
brew Academy, said the emer-
gency vehicles had been request-
ed by the Magen David Adorn in
the face of heightened tension
between Israel and her Arab
neighl oas.
David Coleman. Florida state
president of the American Red
Magen David, and Howard Kauf-
man, president 1 the Greatei
Miami chapter. lauded the
Magen David Adorn for its swift
action in dispatching more than
five tons of emergency medicines
and medical supplies to aid war
casualties in Cyprus.
'This action of mercy for
Turks. Greeks and Cypriots alike
by Israei was the tint in re-
sponse to an appeal for aid by
the Internationa! Red Cross."
Coleman said.
Kaufman said Israel has re-
turned its number ot ambulances
t j 450 following losses in the
Yom Kippur War, but t::at there
is an urgent need for additional
rnnlinv" rescue ambulances and
bloodmobiles.
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________________________Friday, AUgust g
Foreign Affairs Conunittee Adopts
Amendment Offered By Fascell
power and equ:Wient
economy has suffered faL
ly. Isiaells are the hi^esr L
people in the world and h.J-
Mgheat external debt, t-,, V
worked feverish!, to ki-fj
heads al.ove water but ^ ,|
have only a six-month res*!]
ha:: i. Iney n .-.)irh|
Through the efforts i
retary ol State ;<;.
The Foreign Affairs Commit-
tee of the l;.S House oi Repre-
sentatives has adopted an
amendment offered by Congress
man Dante Fasoell iD-Fla. >. a
senior member of the committee.
to provide an additional $250
Ion in security supporting
assistance to Israel.
The Administration ha I ori-
: 11 tasted $50 million for
t:-.i- purpose. The Fascell arrend-
ir.erit in-iv.iies an addition
n i .i n, bringing the total to
i:lion for security assis-
tance.
| kd nlnistration's re | wai
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SAYS RABBI MOSES TOKAYIR

Yom Kippur War Altered
Japan's Neutral Policy
nese government policy
, ;> a definite shift from a
i. stance in the Middle
anti-Israel position, the
p if the Jewish community
in said in Miami Beach
I; eek.
,i Moses Tokayer, whose
i, \es in Miami, addressed
V of the two high school
I rtes "f the Greater Miami
[j.;. Academy. Rabbi Alexan-
I Gross, principal of the
I nid Margaret Weishaus
|]. i s h.Mil for Girls and of the
Merwitzer High School for
B.n v hosted the meeting at his
y iieach home.
Rabbi Tokayer, who is com-
lus sixth year in Tokyo,
saii Hie Japanese have not
i an anti-Semitic policy,
rbut clearly have succumbed to
khe pressure of Arab blackmail
Japanese industry is to-
tally dejiendent on oil, and the
n Kippur War altered Japan's
)!i,-\ i[ neutrality."
The rabbi, who said he will re-
kgo ..is pulpit after the coming
i noted tha'. Japan's Jewish
inity of approximately 150
I, > is gradually declining in
- students leave Japan
i i college age to either ,
}AS? Officers Elected;
Jroup To Meet Tuesday Eve.
5P of Miami (Group
| Smoker's Pollution'
i gets the second Tuesday
mth, recently elect d
for the coming year, in-
v.thn Krankel, presi-
Howell, vice prasi-
liam Murphy, tre -
Mark Greene, record- ,
"".....nding secretary.
I'" cni programs for the
| yeai ill le discusse>i at
to be held Tuesday. '
the First Federal Sa\ -
i "6Tal Way. The public
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by Chef Boy-Ar-Dee are a
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continue their education or to
get married, "and never return,"
Rabbi Tokayer said.
But the Japanese community
maintains a synagogue and com-
munity center both in Tokyo and
in Kolie, where there are only 26
families. Lay persons run the
center and maintain a complete
program of cultural, religious
and educational activities with
no professional assistance other
than that of the rabbi.
"The outpouring of funds for
Israel during and after the Yom
Kippur War maintained our
place as the leader in philan-
thropic support for Israel on a
pev capita basis for the entire
world." Rabbi Tokayer said.
The segment of the Japanese
Jewish population which was
born in the Far East is declining,
but it is still the most active.
There are no Oriental Jews, Rab-
bi Tokayer said, in Japan.
Services are conducted in He-
brew, with brief sermons in Eng-
lish, Members of the community
are largely from the American
and Israeli government and busi-
ness sectors in Japan.
A Torah cover and a tablecloth has been
given to the Miami Beach Hebrew Home
for the Aged by the family of Isaac Krieger,
a resident of the home, and his late wife,
Becky, in her memory. Members of the Krie-
ger family pictured here include (from left)
son Hyman and his wife, Frances; grand-
sons Joe and Stanley Krieger; Isaac Krie-
ger, his daughter. Miriam Goldstein and her
husband, Norman Goldstein.
ISCJW Summit Conference Set Nov. 6 to 13
The NaMonal Council of Jew-
ish Women has launched a re-
gistration drive for its Second
Summit Conference in Israel
Nov. 6-13, in which nearly three-
hundred delegates from com-
munities across the United
States are expected to partici-
Ite.
In making the announcement.
Eleanor Marvin, national presi-
dent of NCJW. stated: "The Sec-
ond Summit Conference is a uni-
que opportunity for a broad rep-
resentation of Council member-
ship to reaffirm its commitment
to the people of Israel, to gain
perspective on the tremendous
changes wrought by the Yom
Kippur War. and to give mean-
ingful input that will help shape
new programs to meet Israel's
critical educational and social
needs."
The National Council of Jew-
ish Women, founded in 1893, is
one of the oldest major Ameri-
can Jewish women's organiza-
tions. Its 100.000 members are
committed to a broad program
of community service, social and
legislative action and education
here and in Israel.
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Harrv Silverman Is SE Region's
New Youth Activities Director
Harry J. Silverman has been
appointed as Youth Activities
Director, oi the. Southeast Region
United Synagogue of America
In making the announcement.
Rabbi Seymour Friedman, the
Regional Executive Director, in-
dicated that Mr. Silverman has
had vast experience in the field
of youth activities.
For the past three years Mr.
Silverman was director of youth
activities for the Southwest Re-
gion of the United Synagogue.
He has been in youth activities
for many years, serving as advi-
sor and director in congregations
in New Jersey. Georgia and Okla-
homa.
Judge Arthur Winton. Youth
Commission chairman. noted
that Mr. Silverman will bring to
the Southeast Region an ex-
pertise which will enhance anil
strengthen synagogue youth pro
gr..:us. There are in the South-
east approximately 40 synagogue
youth groups involving roughly
1.800 members, both in United
Synagogue Youth and Kaulima.
Regional activities include an
annual convention, a Leadership
Training Institute at Camp Blue
Star in August, sub-regional ac-
tivities, senior retreat, study Kal-
HAKKX 1. SUMUMAM
labs and synagogue invitational
H eekends.
The Southeast Regional office
of the United Synagogue of
America. located in North Mi-
ami Bejclu services conservative
congregations in Florida. Ala-
bama. Georgia. Louisiana. Ten-
in^see. South Carolina and
Pureto Ric*.
Rabbi Maurice Klein To Serve As
Temple Zamora's Spiritual Leader
Rabbi Maurice Klein has been
named the new spiritual leader
of Temple Zamora. 44 Zamora
Ave.. Coral Gables.
Rabbi Klein, who was previ-
ously at Temple Tifereth Israel.
is a member <>f the Greater Rab-
binical Association and is prom-
inently known in the community
of Greater Miami.
Besides officiating: and con-
ducting reUgkWU ser. ices, he will
be in personal charge of the Bar
nd Bat Mit.vah preparatory
.. as well as instructing
adult educational programs.
Rabbi Klein is a graduate of
Western Reserve University of
Cleveland. Ohio, and holds a B.D.
degree from Payne Theological
Seminar> of Wilberforce. Ohio.
He au>o attended the Jewish
Theological Seminary of Ameri-
ca.
Tlie Rabbi has received his
Smicha" 'ordination* from the
leading Kuropean Rabbinical
"Yesivos."
The wen-known Goan of Ra-
riomishla." Rabbi Samuel Engel.
author of numerous Taim.idic
commentaries, has personally
endorsed the rabbi's "Smicha".
The rabbi can be reached at
his office in Temple Zamora or
at his study. 12+4 Lincoln Rd..
Miami Be.ich.
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Hebrew Home Is
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Sidney Siegd, executive vice
president of the Miari Beach
Hebrew Home for the Aged, an-
nounced that in spite of soaring
costs, the communal health in-
stitution has held the line on
prices.
It is not easy these days to
project ahead because every tixe
it becomes neve--. ; to reple-
. .e t^ ; .. e
frequently considerably
more than when we pre-
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ALSO SEVERAL HEBREW
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JTA Bureau
Receives
Threats
PARIS iJTA' The Eu-
ropean Bureau of the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency was threat-
ened with explosion and execu-
tion" by a secret right-wing or-
ganization Tuesday.
A man claiming to speak for
the organization "EtaUv erance
told Duty Editor Reine Silber.
Slogans, explosions and execu-
tions. The Jews out of the coun-
try ." When Miss Silber told him
to repeat the message, he hung
up.
The Deliverance" group, be-
lieved to consist of neo-Nazis,
smeared violent anti-Semitic slo-
gans on Paris walls several
months ago. Today's threat
seems to indicate that the group
is making a certain progression
in its campaign, having passed
from slogans to explosions and (
preparing executions" now.
JTA has informed French Se-
curity about the threat In rec-
ent months the JTA Bureau has
adopted a number of basic secur-
ity precautions such as keeping
its front door locked at all times
and asking all visitors to identify
themselves before being let in.
The explosion which damaged
the FSJU building here early '
Saturday morning might also be I
connected with the JTA which
used to be housed in its early
days in the FSJU building.
West Miami JWVA Meeting
The West Miami Jewish War
Veterans Ladies Auxiliary 2-^3
will have a board and business
meeting Thursday. Aug. 15. at
the home of Sarah Levine, 10237
SW 24th St Quarterly reports
will be discussed.
Friday, August 9; lflj
JWY Convention Aug. 18-25
T.ie Jewish War Veterans of
the U.S.A. will hold their 79th
annual National convention in
Philadelphia. pa.. Aug u
The national off, .,.? "5
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Pace 5-B
Goode Appoints Muriel Solomon
Director Of Education Program
nty Manager R. Ray
ci, has named Muriel Solo-
rector of a new coun-
aitucation program
.ne- of rape and its
[, : n. The appointment be
o:toit:ve immediately.
i i;d.
, : the program is to
. the myths about ra*>e.
!;1. (it the most serious
nderstood crimes," Mrs.
ti-
nt rated awareness pro-
help to etlucato poten-
., about rape preven-
j! inform victims and
| ies about available
eatrnaslt facilities, she
c awareness public
!!<>-,'!am will be co-
r with 'he community's
chological, legal, law
I, rim-nt. educational, civic
agenciea, Mrs. Solo-
Ined.
k a union has been a mem-
|ol the county staff since
-(" ing as executive direc-
tive Dade County Com-
|on "ti the'Status of Women.
I she was a business
Mt/fflft SOLOMON
management consultant, public
relations account executive, and
nationally syndicated newspaper
columnist. The wife of attorney
Harold Solomon, she co-produced
the firr.t nat;onal television se-
ries on sex education for the Par-
ent-Teachers Association.
|n:v National Bank Vice President Jay Reardon (left) su-
rises the first of a series of five drawings for Dreamland
T:.ps offered by the bank to celebrate the opening of
inew bank building at 801 NE 167th St. Miss Roberta
c:g a customer of the bank, drew the name of Mr.
Harry G. Horowitz of North Miami Beach who
rded a Dreamland all-expanse-pcid vacation in
bcu Additional Dreamland vacations to Jamaica Mex-
|r ;o Rico and Israel will be drawn from the coupons
it ox in the bank lobby. You do not have :o be a
'-.e bank to enter.
lossmoor Models New On
display At Coconut Creek
a lot of
sayi Dick
-. ( :. and
foi Ross
the adult
developed near
h.
lildtng, with all
enta on
' been completed,
- .i. turn-
Is around," Carter
I've heard vi-
tbout the un-
.n for detail,
nstruction, the
residences."
i and I
isit i through the
without Identify-
a- Rossmoor execu-
'' w -.e ,ery pit
enta we heard,"
vice president for
nut Cn k,
P ling commenti
' the o.
the
t simply
but a
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' i ::.ost-iespeoted
"The
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19,000 res ei
jW : Kpei na
I ,: Use from s ;' orgi
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the : ''a >' t,ie ve"
teran salea exe< .ti\o noti
The or i ocon it Cn

o] i'ii daily from 9 until I
and that i-
Sephordic Jewish Center
High Holy Days Services
The Sephardic Jewish Center
ol North Miami Beach will hold
Ita His* Holy Da
. -1 S
it has been anno
will be o : Nis"
Mo
Roah i will
. Sept 16; Von Kip-
,v night Si pi 25
Yiikor at 12 no >n Thursday. Per-
sona d< lirlng ticketi may contact
m Almira, Mra, M. Counc
or I. Ben-tzra.
Stone Calls For
End To Earnings
Limitations
Calling for an end to the earn-
ings limitation placed on Social
Security recipients. U.S. Senate
candidate Richard (Dickl Stone
declared that the penalty system
is unfair and discriminatory.
Presently, a Social Security
beneficiary who earns over
$2,400 a year in outside waflH ..-
penalized for each dollar re-
ceived. A bill now ponding in a
House-Senate conference com-
mittee would raise the limit to
$3,000.
"The penalty system discour-
ages healthy, active retirees liv-
ing on small, fixed incomes from
working," Stone stressed.
'These fre people who have
contributed to the Social Se-
curity system all their working
lives. Yet, one dollar in lienefits
is lost for every two dollars earn-
ed over the $2,400 limit, and this
amounts to a 50 percent income
tax."
Stone explained that if an in-
dividual derives $5,000 from
stock dividends, interest pay-
ments or rent proceeds, he or she
is not penalized.
"However, if that individua1
earns $5,000 through salary oi
wages, then there is a penalty ol
two dollars for every one dollai
earned.
"This just works against those
people who need and want tr
work as prices contin .e to rise,'
he declared.
Pantry Pride In
ISialeah Reopens
A fter Remodel ing
'I he Pantrj Pridi store at East
9th Street and l.eJeane Road,
Hialeah, unveiled its new
this week.
The remodeled store, under
the management of William Mc-
Carthy, opened Ita doors at 9
a.m. Tuesday offering special
discount values and give-aways
as part of the new look festivi-
ties.
The Hialeah Pantry Pride will
;e to offer low discount
I ea on food and grocery items
including I'.S. graded choice
n ea ; tultry, product dairy
and delicatessen and frozen food
ets aa well as bakery items
and health and beauty aids.
High | lality national bi i
te label goods will be
. at the lowest pa
under Pantry Pride's b h
discount policy.
The remodeled Hialeah Pan-
try Pride will he open weekdays
and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 9
p.m. and Sundays from >>-.
Cantor Mordecai Yardeini
Engaged By Beth Solomon
Cantor Mordecai Yardeini,
world-famous concert artist and
com; user, has I een engaged by
TemfW nfWSo1o**;,.ri n* Its Can-
tor, according to an anno ince-
ment made by Irving Oarber,
Harry Classman and Max Marin,
cochairmen of the Congregation,
Temple Beth Solomon, newly
organized Conservative congre-
gation, will hold its Kosh Hash-
anah and Yom Kippur Services
at the Beach Theatre. Miami
Pearh --th Rabbi Dr. David
Raab officiating.
Cantor Yardeini. a lyric tenor,
is a Victor recording personality.
A well known composer and
author of four books on Jewish
music, he is a past president of
the Cantors Association of the
United States and Canada; a
member of the Yiddish Writers
Association; former member of
the Yiddish Theatrical Alliance
and a vice president of the Yid-
dish Radio Alliance.
Cantor Yardeini has appeared
in outstanding synagogues in the
United States, Mexico. Argentina
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everywhere and for the past 14
years has presented an inspiring
and entertaining annual concert
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Friday, August 9 jg^
Julie Miller Becomes Bride Of
Jeffrey Freimark In Aug. 3 Rites
Julie Miller became ti*e bride
of Jeffrey Freimark Saturday,
Aug. 3. at the Diplomat Country
SHtRRY MARTIN
MRS. JFFFRti FREIMARK
Club. Rabbi Victor Swelling con-
ducted the traditional candle-
light double-ring ceremony which
took place in a floral setting of
yellow and white, carried out by
the use of daisies and baby's
breath.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold Miller, 730 NW
170th Terrr., was a June gradu-
ate of Norland Senior High
School. She was a member of
B'nai Raphael's I'SY for four
years and se. ved as Tikvah chair-
man for Southeast Region, Unit-
ed Synagogue Youth.
The bridegroom, also a gradu-
ate of Norland Senior High
School, has been attending the
University of Miami. He was ac-
tive in B'nai Raphael's USY for
six years and served as chapter
president tor the fiscal year
1972-73. His parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Freimark, 1361
NW 197th St.
Beth Miller served as her sis-
ter's maid of honor; Denise f-^y yi
Brady. Pam Brown. Alisa Cohn [ (k(*||S I^IH'OUtC
and Lori Zimmerman were the
bridesmaids. Best man was
Ricky Nathanson; Kenneth Frei-
mark. the bridegroom's bi other,
Howard Greenberg. Steven Ni-
renberg and Alan Sehwartzman
ushered. Junior ushers were their
brothers, Alexander Freimark
and Barry Miller; the bride's
four-year-old brother. Aaron Mil-
ler, served as ringbearer.
After a month-long honey-
moon trip to Europe, Mr. and
Mrs. Freimark will return to
Tampa, where they will make
their home while attending the
University of South Florida.
CAUCUS The Dade County
Chapter of the Concerned Demo-
crats of Florida will hold its
County-wide Endorsement Caucus
Saturday at 9:30 a.m. in the new
downtown YWCA Building. The
membership will be voting to en-
dorse candidates for the Florida
House of Representatives, The
Florida Senate and the Dade
County Board of Public Instruc-
tion.
it -':
MANAGER Stan Stoller has
been named local sales manager
for WINZ-AM and FM in Miami,
according to an announcement
made by station manaser Richard
Pixaris. Sto'.ler will be respon-
sible for all sales activities in the
South Florida area.
--
CONFERENCE "What You
Need to Know to Operate a Small
Business" will be discussed Tues-
day. Aug. 13. 'rom 3:30 am. to 4
p.m. in Room 208 of the Federal
Building. 51 SW 1st Ave.. Miami.
The conference is sponsored by
the Small Bu;ine>s Administra-
tion and "SCORE" 'Service
Corps of Retired Executives).
ELECTED Warren H. Ei irk
sen. director of the Miami Beach
Tourist Development Authority's
Convention Bureau, was e'.icted
to a two-year term on the board
of directors of the International
Association of Convention Bu-
reaus at the annual meeting
which concluded last week in
Miami.
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ELECTED TO BOARDSaul
Cohen, vice president/comptrol-
ler for Waiter E. Heller and Co.,
has been elected to the board of
directors of Friends of the Deaf,
a public service organization
which aids South Floridians who
have severe hearing losses and
are unable to afford hearing aids
and clinical treatment.
it it it
HEALTH DfTEN SIVE
"Mamma Mangoes" (Ms. Geri
Taran Silmant will lecture on
"Nutritional Health," conduct
four cooking classes and oversee
a group dinner as part of a two-
day "health intensive" next week
at the Unitarian Universalist So-
ciety. 7701 SW Tilth AvC.
it it
AWARD Charles W. Sokol.
peneral agent with Protecthe
Life Insurance Co. of Birming-
ham. Ala., who specializes in es-
tate planning and business in-
surance, recently received one of
the highest awards given to an
insurance agent he qualified
for the 1974 National Sales
Achievement Award.
it it it
CAMPAIGN MANAGER
Nikki Beare, Democratic can-
didate for the District 40 seat in
the State Senate, has named
South Dade political activist and
public relations consultant Lir.iia
Jacobson as her campaign man-
a ger.
it ir
SUPPORTS MEASURE
U.S. Rep. Bill Gunter (DFla.i
says he will support an amend-
ment to a pending House reor-
ganization measure when it
teaches the Floor that would
create a House Select Commit-
tee oi
To Houston
For 5 Days
Teens, ages 12 thru 15, in the
Teen Travel Camp of both the
Southwest and North County
branches of the Jewish Com-
munity Centers of South Florida.
are on their way to Houston.
Texas for five big days filled
with exciting activities and
sightseeing.
The Miamians will be spend-
ing some time with teens of the
Houston Jewish Community Cen-
ter, making friends, exchanging
ideas and seeing some of the
Spots of interest in Houston.
They will also visit the Jones
Cultural Arts Center, the Space
program, take in the oil fields
and oil wells in action.
The Teen Travel program is
just one of the many programs
provided by the Jewish Com-
munity Centers of South Florida
to serve teens. This sumnn r
more than 300 teenagers are be-
ing served in programs.
Included is the Leadership Ap-
prentice Training program, de-
signed for boys and girls, ages
14 thru 16. This training pro-
gram combines the arts, sports
as well as training and work ex-
perience with camp groups.
The Cross Country Travel
Camp for ages 15 thru 17 just
returned from a 10,000-mile trip
around the country. In addition
more than lOO teens are em-
ployed at the Jewish Community
Center's facility in various
aspects of the summer camping
program.
Mrs. Harreen Bertisch is in
charge of teen programs at the
Central Y. 8500 SW Sth St., a
Robert Silver is director at the
north county location, 20400 NE
24th Ave.
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Airman ShauJ Apelker Is Announced
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Martin, will attend Mianii-Dade Ccmmu,
12500 SW 72nd Ave., announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter. Sherry Lynn, to Shaul Apel-
ker. son of Mr. and Mrs. Baruch
Apelker of Raanana, Israel.
The bride-elect a graduate of
Palmetto Senior High School,
nity College this fall.
Her fiance, a graduate ,,f T,,
Aviv Aviation "ScHbdl. fg i resent
ly serving in the Israeli Air
Force.
A July, 1976 weddinr, i plan.
ned by the couple.
Susan Lockshin To Marry Sheldon Sagcr
The engagement of Susan
Lockshin and Sheldon Sager has
been announced by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. David Lockshin of
Akron. ( hio. where the wedding
will take place next July.
Both Miss Lockshin and Mr.
Sager, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Saw, 3630 SW 20th St..
are honor students at ,.
veisity of Florida in G
The bride-elect, a
major, is a member of
sorority; her fiance, a be,
of Pi Lambda Phi fraten ity, is
majoring in business ai ac.
counting and plans to attei ,| :aw
school next year.
Plans For JCC Programs To Be Formulated Monday
An open meeting will be held
Monday at 8 p.m. in the Red
Barn, Kendale Lakes Country
Club, 6401 Kendale Lakes Dr..
to formulate plans for the Jew-
ish Community Centers" Fall
programs for children from nur-
sery school age through the
teens, according to an announce-
ment made by Mrs. Barbara Gel-
les. chairman of the J( pig,
gram committee.
Registrations will also 'ew.il
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meeting. Further infc: ation
may be obtained by contactini
Marvin Liebelman, assistant ex-
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There is nothing, they say, like
a good example. Inspired by Mux
hnd Fannie Tar*"* dedicated
, rk fr music in Israel a for-
er fellow-Chicagoan, Milton
< union, has decided to carry the
g message ''Brotherhood
;n Music" to Florida. He
I slabhshed a chapter of the
c rganizatipn they established,
I.I iAmericans for Music Li-
ies in Israeli in Miami
:.. and has set the ball roll-
ioie by helping to provide
. funds for adapting part of
- new premises of the AMLI
Central Music Library in Tel
as a-concert hall. The hall,
was inaugurated two
. ks ago. is dedicated to the
y of Ruth Gordon-Fried-
and accomplished pianist
,:ied three years ago. It is a
of her husband and three of
others, led by Milton, a re-
lawyer.
..tun Gordon is full of enthu-
n for his new undertaking,
and is hopeful that the Miami
Beach chapter of AMLI will
I n ve worthy of its big brother
in I'hreago. Many more former
i r.K.igoans have moved there
. ad. he says, are looking for
thing constructive to do.
A. ^
-minion Ysrney, a middle aged
man with three teenaged chil-
ed in Israel. All his i-hil-
: were born there, and he
ed many years in the army.
ntline activity was a way of
.fe. His life is now changed. The
Dmau he married in Israel was
friwnr Panama. Many Jewish
< ouples were migrating to Pana-
ma and Simmon Yarney became
i fie of them. In Panama he open-
ed a clothing business which still
is maintained by his sons. In fact
tjjey hayj^jwo shops. While in
;. lie purchased a French
se for a complete bakery,
eut and baker included,
ame to Miami. Speaking
nmarily French and Spanish he
e'.ertheless managed to commu-
nicate and since June 1974. has
i perated a French bakery called
Parisiatj Bakery in the Coral
: Shopping Center in South-
esi Dai
he is turning out a first
i lality French bread, with
h machinerly and a French
' aker. A dream he says that can
nly hapiien in America. His
; are fof his sons to operate
akery (or bakeries as he
t'u rs m the near future'.
feelings for Israel are still
t: and he plans soon to make
. trip back to his home land. His
Ife's niece and a friend are vis-
i'.ii r.nv. From Israel and will
- ..,n IjC going Lack Simmon
to return and may |ust pos-
. go with them.
a additional appointments
i' been made to the Executive
ittee of the Miami Philhar-
i c i oard oi directors by Phil-
monic president Maurice (ius-
man, These new appointees in-
< lude Mm, Stanley S. ]>.ivid*on.
Dr. Marvin linker, Myron M.
Babrraan, J, Meatgonwry Curtis.
Lawrence M. Gould, John Canti-
sano, Jr. and Samuel C. lllnuin,
who has been elected president
of the Miami Philharmonic Men's
Club. Other members of the Ex-
ecutive Committee are Mrs. G.
Thoma* Sntiiartino I president of
the Philharmonic Women's
Guild i, Mr*, suul Kaplan. David
Doheny, Joseph Z. Fleming, Al-
fred l. McCarthy. David M.
Richardson and Guftltuui. The
current season marks the 10th
anniversary of the Greater Mi-
ami Philharmonic Society.
^ -6
Kep. Ted Cohen was guest of
honor at a party Friday evening
at the home of Mr. and Mr*.
Stan Burger of North Miami
Beach: Sheila. Hollo and Joanne
Altermaq wili hold a "coffee" in
his honor at ..the home of Mn.
_Tibor Hypo. Monday.
Rotw Edith, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. WHliam Benwn of' Mi-
ami, Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs.
.Marvin Hertz, and Denlse, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mm. William Lip-
son of Miami Beach, and Erica,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max
Meyer of Ft. Lauderdale. recent-
ly attended the July session of
Brandels Camp Institute. Bran-
deis. Calif., in the Santa Susana
Mountains, northwest of Los An-
geles. Brandeis Camp Institute.
located in Sim! Valley, is the site
of a unique program for leader-
ship training for Jewish College
youth, developed by Dr. Shlomo
Karelin, the founder and director.
It was under the initial sponsor-
ship of the late Supreme Court
Justice. Louis D. Brnndels M
years ago. Its aim is to create
methods of presenting Jewish
heritage to our college youth in
a program which integrates arts,
study, worship, manual labor,
and group living.
it # &
Local M tair.i artist Bert
Boucher exhibited a wide sco|>e
of original works, (unique in
that his medium consists of lac-
quer, water colors and waxt Sun-
day. July 28. The show was spon-
sored by Evelyn and Marvin
Kaplan of Coral Gables.
i> &
Kiehard and Barbara Goodman
popped their youngsters Larry
Komi.i, and Cheryl into camp in
the Blue Ridge Mountains, then
took off on a scenic-adventure
that covered over 3,000 miles of
driving, including the length of
the state of California. Sights
and "super-views" included the
Grand Canyon, the giant red-
Wood in Muir Forest, Carmel and
Monterey and a July 4th celebra-
tion is snow-covered Lassing Na-
tional Park atop a 7,000 foot
mountain top. Following dashes
to Los Angeles and San Francis-
co, the couple returned to their
South Dade home.
fc &
Judge Irving Cypen and his
wile. Hazel,, postcarded their
greetings from Athens, Greece,
where they were seeing all the
.sights.
Former Miami Beach Police
Chief Michael Fox and restau-
rateur Charles Motives hosted a
reception for Circuit Court
Judge Murray Goodman who is
campaigning for reelection, at
Manny's Restaurant, 1670 Meri-
dian Ct., Miami Beach. July 31.
fr Those loving people. Susan and
Mickey Schermer (of Loving
Things for Loving People" write
from Mexico about the exciting
crafts of the artisans and the
pottery they are bringing back
for the clienteles of their plant
mart on Arthur Godfrey Road in
Miami Beach, which attracts the
Mercedes and Rolls Royos grow-
ing set". Phylita Rosenberg is
satisfying the very sophisticated
desires of these plant lovers,
while the Schermers are bring-
ing home fascinating temptations
for "Loving Plant People."
LOVE IS A VERY SPLF.NDOR-
KD AND GROWING THING .
Rabbi Schachter Seminary's
New Vice Chancellor
NEW YORK. N. Y. Rabbi
Stanley J. Schachter has been
named a vice-chancellor of The
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America. His appointment was
announced by Dr. Gerson D.
Cohen, Seminary chancellor.
Rabbi Schachter joined the
Seminary administration in the
fall of 1972 as assistant chancel-
lor and lecturer in liturgy. He
also took charge of the Semin-
ary's public relations and de-
velopment programs. In his new
post, he will continue these re-
sponsibilities, and in addition
will have a central role in the
over-all administration of the
Seminary's educational activi-
ties.
TSS Mardi Gras
Breaks Record
NANCY P0NN
Nancy Ponn
Appointed
Stanley R. Gilbert, president
of the Jewish Community Cen-
ters of South Florida has an-
nounced the appointment of Miss
Nancy Ponn as director of the
Early Childhood Day School
Program of the Jewish Com-
munity Centers of South Flor-
ida. 8500 SW 8th St.
Miss Ponn is a graduate of the
University of Missouri with a
degree in Early Childhood De-
velopment and has had experi-
ence as an Early Childhood
teacher working both in Colum-
bia. Missouri and Miami.
She most recently was in the
forefront of the development of
a quality day care program that
Combines the resources of the
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en and the YM & YWHA. a part
of the Jewish Community Cen-
ters of South Florida, to serve
pre-schoolers of working parents.
New classes are now being
formed at the Day School and
teaching positions are open.
Lando-Bishopric
Ad Agency Firm
Being Absorbed
The Vladimir and Evans ad-
vertising agency has announced
that it absorbed the assets and
clients of the Lando Bishopric
agency in Miami. The firm has
also taken over the Lando Bis-
hopric offices at 3361 SW 3rd
Ave. The combined billings ol
the new agency will be in excess
of $5,000,000.
The Pittsburgh office of
Lan.lo Bishopric will delete Bis-
hopric from its name and will
no longer operate in any capac-
ity within the state ol Florida.
Andrew Vladimir, president
and chief executive officer,
>t.,;ed that by absorbing the
Lando Bishopric assets and
clients, the firm of Vladimir and
Evans will be one of the largest
advertising agencies in the
southeast.
The agency offers services in
every phase of advertising and
marketing, Including a complete
Latin division.
The management team of the
Vladimir and Evans agency will
be composed of Andrew Vladi-
mir, president and chief execu-
tive officer: Guy Corcoran, ex-
ecutive vice president: Bob
Guckenberger. vice president and
creative director: Mariano Gua-
stella. director of Latin market-
ing: Ron Condon and Aurelio
Sica. associate creative directors;
Helen Turberville. media direc-
tor, and Edna Thompson, con-
troller.
West Miami JWYA Meeting
Xhe Ladies Auxiliary- of West
Miami Post. Jewish War Vet-
erans, will hold a board and busi-
ness meeting at the home of
Sarah Levine, 10237 SW 24th St.,
Thursday. Aug. 15. Charlotte
^littler, senior vice president,
will preside.

All passenger records for the
New Port of Miami will be
broken by the TSS Mardi Gras
this summer. Carnival Cruise
Lines president Ted Ariton re-
l>orted.
The passenger volume for the
27,250-ton luxury cruise ship
from June 8 through July 27
reached a record breaking 7.238;
projections through Aug. 31 give
a grand total of 11,753. another
record for 7-day Caribbean
cruises
"Many factors contributed to
the Mardi Gras' record." said
Alison, "but the most irruKirtant
was the ship itself."
The TSS Mardi Gras offers
the most complete cruise facili-
ties of any ship based at the
New Port of Miami including
one indoor and two outdoor
pools, an indoor and outdoor
promenade deck, tennis, a com-
plete children's program, a
"round the world" dining con-
cept highlighted by gourmet
meals, and an unmatched enter-
tainment program.
In addition, Carnival Cruise
Lines offers a number of inter-
i
esting and unique marketing
plans including free weddings,
complete with a reception, sou-
venir weddings pictures and
champagne breakfast in bed.
Also a special Honeymoon pack-
age for two which features a gift
set of imported china, parties,
champagne breakfast, souvenir
photos and other extras.
Carnival Cruise Lines test
marketed a fly-free program in
the Spring and now announces
that the special offer will con-
tinue on a year-round basis. This
l>ermits each sailing couple from
any Of 84 cities to fly to Miami
free.
In addition, the cruise line's
Family Plan is now available on
a year-round basis allowing chil-
dren 1G and under to share their
parents' cabin at a flat rate of
only $95 per child. And a youth
fare for singles only, (16 to 26
at $220 each is based on four
persons in a cabin.
The TSS Mardi Gras sails
each Saturday on 7-day cruises
to San Juan, St. Thomas and
Nassau, with basic fares ranging
from $325 to $695 per person.
Dr. Harvey Brown Recipient Of Volunteer Service Award
At the July meeting of the
board of management of the
Dade County Division of the
Arthritis Foundation. Dr. Har-
vey Brown. Sr. was presented
the National Volunteer Service
Award for his long years of de-
dicated service to arthritics and
to the foundation. Dr. Brown, a
charter member of the Dade
County Division, is currently
chairman of its medical and
scientific committee.
Dr. Brown. Associate Profes-
sor of Medicine at the University
of Miami School of Medicine, is
attending physician and chief of
the Arthritis Clinic at Jackson
Memorial Hospital and serves in
similar capacity at the Arthritis
Foundation Clinics in the VA
Hospital. Variety Children's Hos-
pital. South Dade Community
Health Center and the Kendall
Hospital. He is currently active
in anti-inflammatory drug re-
search in arthritis.
Lorber Chapter Luncheon Bernard (SiJ*er *fehak
Lorber Chapter of the Na-
tional Asthma Center will launch
its summer membership drive
with a nautical theme at a get-
acquainted luncheon Aug. 27 at
11 a.m. in the home of Mrs. Rob-
ert Garvett, 445 Como, Coral
Gables.
Bernard Silver. Yiddish jour-
nalist, and founder of the Bal
Shem Tov Forest in Israel, will
be the guest speaker Friday at
the 12:30 p.m. B'nai B'rith meet-
ing at 100 Lincoln Road. Sam
Pascoe, state president of B'nai
B'rith, will be the chairman.
Martha Mahr
SCHOOL OF BALLET
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR
BALLET
FALL COURSE
STARTS AUG. 19th
Beginners thru Professionois
SUPPORTED ADAGIO
POINT AND VARIATION CLASSES
SLIMNASTIC
CALL FROM 3.00-6:30 P.M.
Certain Level of Classes
will be in session Aug. 5-16
137 Giralda Ave.
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Friday, August 9, 1974
Religious Services
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ben Aron.
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARD
CONGREGA-ION. 7C7 5th M. Mi-
ami Beach Orthodo. Rabbt Mor
deci Ch"icvits.
32-B
19th Ave.
kowitz.
2
anshiIemes. Ibi SW 19r
CcnsaVvative. C#Rr Sol Pa
ETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall A>P"n- ----------#---------
Dr S Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her- AGUDaTH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
hert M Baomgard. Associate Rt>ei Re|,a,0us Community Center. 1925*
HOKTH MIAMI itACH
ADATH YESHURLN ,Temple). 1021
NE Miami Grden Dr. Conae-vative
Rabbi MHton.Scfi.nsKy. Si*er WV .
Alpern. 3-'
bert M. Baumgard. Associate Rabbi
Barry Altman.
] u.,v. t 3 p.m Sermon
FilmA Distorted View, bj -
i --v Altman. ______
PCTH DAVID. 225 SW 3rd Ave.
E Conservative. Rabbi Sol L.ndu
, | Mi d< ni Kilui-atmii.
BETH EL. SoTsW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Raboi H. Rothman.
EETH KODESH."l101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traduioral. Rabb, M-x S.
ciro Cantor Leon Segal. Rev. Alex
SMhl. Rev. Mendel_Gutterman.
BETH TOV (Temple). 8438 SW 8th
B'5r;M,,svRoAuETH U^"3
sJnset Drive. Orthodox. R.bb.
Ralph Glixman. ______
ISRAEL (Templel OF GREATER Ml-
flMr 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rate.
NE 3rd Ave. Orthodox.
BETh TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
ichit*. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson
S*
BNAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Victor D. Z*el-
ing. Cantor Jack Lerner. 38
jINAI (Temple) OF NORTH DADE
18801 NE 2.,nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ra'ph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irvina
Shakes. _37
Trirlav. 8:18 p.m. Otiest speaker Pr
Michael Krop will discuss A [
R'Omer Picnic In Russia. Saturday,
9:38 am Sabbath rm-rninR- service.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. ^9151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov
Bidnick ______ M
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171t St. Orthodox
Rabbi Zev Leff. 3
Joaeph R. N^rot.
10
I V*.
Ira, louth Group._____
ISRAELI. V CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
l85 Coii-rvativ. ""' SZ2!
Waldenberg. Cantor Nathan Parnass
OR OLOM C emple) B/t- J^Vs?
St Conservative. Rahbi Dav.d M_
Baron. Cantor Stanley Rich. .3
TEMPLE ISRAEI-'sOUTH .Former'y
Tie,h TikV.) ?* Sunset Dr. P.#fjjm.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. *
TIFERETH Ts"RAEL. 6500 N. M^ar-i
Ave Conservative
ZiON (TempieV^OOO Miller fttM
MTVativ* Rabbi Norman Shapiro
Cantor Errol Helfman.
NIAUAH
TIFERETH JACOB Tm0'^l,?!'Nf.
4th Ave Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Z-jlondek.
NORTH MIAMI
EETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. =228
NE 121st St Conservative. Rabb-
joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Yehuda
B'nyamin. _____
AMMlKACH
AGUHiTH ISRAEL. 7801 Car'vle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever. '7
BETH ISRAEL. 770 4Cth St. Orthodox
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro.
PFTH JACOB 301 Washino'cn Ave.
oTthortox Rahhi Shm,rvahu T. W.r.
sky. Cantor Mau-'ce Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAE. T'.mole). "54;S Jet-
ferson Ave. Conservative. ^Abbi
Elliot Winograd. Cantor Saul B-eeh.
pcth SHOLOM. Templei. 41" Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Krcn h.
Cantor "Oavid Conviser. *i
TEVPLE BETH SOLOMON. 927 Lin.
coin Rd. Modern Conservative. Rab-
bi David Raab. 21-A
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. ^^^ zz
BETH VOWfM CHAIM CONGRE-
GATION. 843 Meridian Ave. 2--A
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CLBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washingtcn Ave. Orthodox
.ORAL GABLES
JUOEA (Temple). 5550 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Michael B. Eisen-
stat. Cantor Rita Shore. 40
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klc^n
SUM SID t
VCGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
lias. D. Vine. Cantor Liebsle
Lev.ne. 5
fORT lAUDtRDALC
BETH ISRAEL iTemcle). 7100 W.
Oakland F'aik Blvd. Rabbi Philip A.
Latowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EVANU-EL 3243 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43

CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. Libe-al 3501 Uni-
versity Dr. Rabbi Max Wait*. 44
P0MPANO BEACH
MARGATE JEWISH OIINTER 6101
NW 9th St
6HOLOM (Temple). 132 Sl 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Yaacov Menier. 49
HAUANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
(Conservat ve). 416 NE 8th Ave.
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz. Cantor
Jacob Danziger. 12
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (Temple). 1551 S. 14th Av*.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Assist-
ant Rbbi Harvey M. Rosenfeld. 45
- : p m Vesper ii m -
-. Interesting Aspi It on
Soviet wry." by Dr Robert Blank.
.. in. mbi i he templi
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 4601 Ar.
thur St. Conservative. Rabbi Mor.
ton Malavsky. C;ntor Irving Gold. 48
SINAI (Temple,. 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Associate Rabbi. Chaim S. Liatfield.
Cantor Yehuda L, Heilbraun. 47
TEMPLE BETH AHM. Conservative
310 SW 62nd Ave.. Hollywood. Rabbi
David Rosenfield. Cantor Harry
Schmerling. 47-B
TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal). 5101 Sher.
idan St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Robert
Fnazin. Cantor Michael Kyrr. 47-C
YOUNG ISRAEL of HOLLYWOOD
lOrthodoxi. 3391 Stirling Rd. 53
| I
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaiq.
28
CUBAN SEPHARD1C HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 715 Washingtcn Aye.
Rabbi Meir Masliah Melamed. 23-A
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Waahlnq-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi lr'q
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
MtWAMAR
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35th St
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Drazin
Cantor Abraham Kester. 48
HOMESTEAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER
183 NE 8th St. Conservative 51
Gross.
28
CONGREGATION AN-NELL lEra^c
of Hebrew Acadtmy). 7th St. and
Meridian Ave. O'thodox 25-A
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JACOB C. COHfc-N COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE "M2 WasC.ngion Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Enqel. 28
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfiejd
Cantor Abraham SeiJ. 27
MENORAH (Temple>. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Atram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
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NER TAMID (Temple). 20th St. ar.d
Tatum waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi tusjene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr. Or-
thodox, Rabbi Phineas A. Web-rman
30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
Spinoza Forum Meets Each
Thursday The Year Around
The Spinoza Forum meets
very Thursday the year around
from 10 a.m. to noon in the Wash-
ington Federal Auditorium, 1231
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach,
for free lectures and open dis-
in, pn ceded by a musical
program.
Speaker Aug. 13 will be Dr
Simon Brody. a retired New York
physician and surgeon, whose top-
k will be "D?ath With Dignity."
ChSffles Karlen is scheduled to
discusa "Socialized Medicine"
Thursday. Acag. 22. Dr Earl Kahn
will nresent a "Program for Good
Health- Aug. 29.
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1*42-
44 Waahington Ave. 12
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th St. Causeway.
North Bay Village. Consei vative.
Cantor Murray Yavneh 32-A
21 AB 7:41
Services Aug. 8 For Rose Weiss
Robert W. Gardner has been
elected president of the 1975
Miami International Boat
Show, to be held in the new
Miami Beach Convention
Center Feb. 20-26. Gardner, a
marine insurance account ex-
ecutive with the Miami office
of Alexander & Alexander,
Inc., also served as president
of the 1974 show.
Post Will Award
4 Scholarships
For Fifth Year
Murray Solomon Post 243,
Jewish War Veterans, will award
lour scholarships to deserving
students who seek assistance in
obtaining their higher education
for the finii consecutive year, Ira
HIitt scholarship chairman, has
announced.
To be eligible, the applicant
ist be a member of the Jewish
Wai Veterans or its Ladies Aux-
iliary or a desci ndant i I em-
ber, The application should in-
e:
9 A .summary of applicant's
- olaatic achievements;
#> His educational goal and
name of school he hopes to at-
tend:
An estimate of the cost for
a year in the desired school:
Funds available, including
loans and scholarships:
Relationship to JWV or
JWV'A member, giving Post oi
Auxiliary name and number;
A black and white photo
2"x2".
A plications must be sub-
mitted to Ira Blitt scholarship
chairman, by Tuesday, Aug. 20.
The) should be addressed to him
2242 Coral Way. Miami. Fla.
33145.
Last year's winners were Ar-
lene Bartnick. Larry Kravitz.
Andrew Lowe and Harold Solo-
mon.
R,,se Weiss would have been
89 years oW Oct. 3. She was a
widow. She died at the Miami
Jewish Home and hospital for
the Aped. Douglas Gardens."
Rose a me to Miami with her
husband and three children in
MM1 She*ni8fl amcRig" ft*? Tend-
ers of the Jewish Home for the
Aged. She was active in social
and charitable work in Miami
Beach. She designed the original
flag for the city of Miami Beach.
She wa:. a volunteer worker
for St. Francis Hospital when it
was the only hospital on the
Beacii. She was a member of
every civic organization on Mi-
ami Beach and many in Dade
County. She had two titles.
Mother of Miami Beach" and
The Ace City Councilman", be-
cause she never missed a Miami
;**^^*/^v^^i****^****a
Local Delegates
To Participate
In Convention
When the Ladies Auxiliary.
Jewish War Veterans of the
U.S.A.. Inc., holds its annual na-
tional convention in Philidelphin.
Pa., Aug. 1825. a delegation
from Victor B. F.ecdman Ladi?s
Auxiliary No. 613 will be par-
ticipating.
Malvina V. Freeman. PNP. who
serves as national Irael chair-
man, will conduct an Israel sym-
posium with Dr. Hayim Boichis.
from Tel Hamomer Hospital in
Israel as guest sneaker. She will
also plan a tour of the Chaim
Sheba Medical Center at Tel Ha-
shomer, which will be voted on at
the convention.
Mrs. Freeman, who has been
apuointed to serve on the Consti-
tution and By-Law Committee
since she is a certified parliamen-
tarian reports that S80.000
worth of medical equipment has
been sent to the Tel Hashnmer
Hospital since the Yom Kippur
War, and SI5.000 of the S5').OO0
pledge for an amniotic laboratory
has already been sent.
Mrs. Rose Schorr. PNP. nation-
al insurance chairman, will con
duet a conference on insurance
at the convention.
The local auxiliary will a! represented by Rose Hecht. PNP
Frieda Alexander. PNP. Barbara
Sherrby. Sarah Lasdon. Jean
Schoenfield and Shirley BermarK
Beach council meeting for 35
years.
She left three children
daughter, Profe;sor Malvli
I.icbman. Professor of Edu ,
at the University of Mjhmi, ,0ns
Milton Weiss and Dr. Eugene
WrtSs.'S grtftlUfhildrei'.. 4 great
grandchildren, three sisters
Stella Feld and Mrs. Bessie Ja-
coby. both of Miami an;
Sadie Glass of New York
Services were to lie
Thursday. Aug. 8 at 12:
Riverside Memorial Cl 8 1
Alton Road.
The family request that i 1
of flowers, contributions .-: ()
be made to the Miami J<
Home and Hospital for the
Hebrew Academy and Mt. Sli s]
Hospital.
Louis Levitt, 63, Buried Sunday
L .is 'Pat' Levitt. 63. father
of Sonny Levitt, vice president
of Levitt Memorial Chapel in Mi-
ami Beach, died Thursday Aug.
1st in Parkway General Hospital.
He has lived in North Miami
Beach and Hollywood for more
than 20 years.
Mi. Levitt was a native of
New York City and was the i' I'-
mer owner of the old Holly-dale
Electrical Supply Co. In Holly-
, He remained in the electri-
cal supply business after the
aroncwicz. Benjamin. 77, of
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ROSENBERG. Samuel, 88, f Miami
Levitt.
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KAHN. Willum. 80. of Hlaleah.
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KARP, Qeorce it 1. of Miami.
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Chapack. Ira. 12, of Hallandata.
Levitt.
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Seymour lJj). JL^ieb
man
Ben And
Henry,
Thev Made Good
CELDOM, if ever, has an ad-
^ ministration been subjected
i i iuch a battery of continuous
attack, as the present one, and
ioe saving grace has been
Dr. Kissinger.
The demands for impeachment
are answered by the defenders
asking us to consider the
ementt in the domain of
foreign affairs, where Dr. Kis-
, : presides.
KISSINGER HAS received the
N>be! Peace Prize and more re-
a national straw ballot
i Kissinger leading all po-
litical figures in popularity.
Q lite an achievement for "our
Henry." as Sadat likes to call
There is a parallel to it. we
I :n the career of another
Jewish boy, Ben.
About a hundred years back
under Queen Victoria Ben-
Disraeli ran the British
Empire. He too was noted for a
v. >:\ 1 spectrum. He was the out-
Itanding figure at the Congress
of Berlin when the European
nati >ns gathered even Bis-
c was an admirer of Dis-
i I
DISRAELI SAID, 'The world
Is ruled by imagination" and he
appealed to the world"s imagina-
tion. So apparently does Kissin-
ger. The day when the swords
are turned into plows has not ar-
rived, despite Dr. Kissinger's ef
fort*
Nations have not indicated
lnvredtiction in their bombs and
es. but nevertheless there
is a feeling that something has
been accomplished. Look at
i For some years we have
had n > relations with her.
We couldn't even get any chop
:: mi it but now they are
at least talking and we have
gotten accupuneture.
DISRAELI TOO was especial-
ly interested in the Middle Hast
Perhaps his name might have
iii wee bit psychologically to
.1 > with it. Disraeli means from
Disraeli might properly
be i -ailed an early pre-Herzl
Zionist.
He was the author of "Hie
Iroua Story of David Al-
a fictional presentation of
a true attempt in the 12th cen-
tury by Jews to regain Jerusa-
lem.
Disraeli's career should be an
inspiration to all young people.
When Disraeli made his [x>!itical
bow trying to make his first
h in Parliament he w fl
d down. "Sit down lit
they called. Disraeli il
but he shouted back. "You
guys will one day be glad I
ten t > me."
no ACTUALLY he didn't lay,
">" i lys." He spoke a better
sh. After all. Disraeli was
outstanding writer. He
ne of the best novelist- In
ind. He did tell his hecklers.
that the day wo I
w hen they would hear him.
-t course it did.
I sraeli encountered anti-Sem-
itism, "i would rather vote tor
the Devil than foi you," one man
Bald to him.
tn the event your friend is
candidate, can I count on
your support?" said Disraeli.
He had wit and he knew hu-
nature. Politicians are al-
being approached by 00 >-
I'le who expect to be remember-
' how can you remember
everyone? "How is the old mal-
Disraeli would ask when
lldn't remember the fellow.
Everyone then was sure Dis-
raeli had not forgotten. Who has
not an old malady of some sort?
Where is American Jewry Going?
ttrjiHE FUTURE of the Jewish Community in
America." edited by David Sidorsky (New
York. Basic Books. $11.95. 324 pages), is a col-
lection of excellent essays by 11 prominent aca-
demicians.
The areas covered include synagogues,
schools, identity and affiliation, demography, per-
spectives, and youth. It is a thinking man's book
DESPITE ITS title, there are few prognos-
tications about the future and these few do not
depict a future Jewish communiy suffused with
rich Jewish values.
We recommend for immeliate reading the
articles by Dr. Ostrow, Seymour Fox, James
Sleeper, and Charles S. Liebman.
All the scholars miss the issues that loom on
the horizon. Among these issues that will deter-
mine much of the future course are: What is the
future of our national defense or service organi-
zations if local Community Relations Committees
assume overlapping roles?
WHY SHOULD Jewish Federations support
conflicting philosophies of national organizations
such as was exemplified in the De Funis case and
on "Affirmative Action"?
How can the voices of the masses of con-
tributors be heard in Jewish community affairs
conducted by Federation leaders that merely
present a facade of democracy and who regard
their knowledge as omniscient?
Should there be a reconsideration of the
Mclver Report of 1949? Should there be a com-
pulsory merger of some Jewish organizations or
at least of some of their functions or activities?
WHO IS to dictate direction and tone of
public relations, information and propaganda
about Israel?
What will happen to our youth if Israel's
kibbutz movement turns to more private control
and Israel's socialist political figures lose their
political power?
"SOCIOLOGY IN ISRAEL," by Leonard
Weller (Westport. Greenwood Press. $12.50, 314
pages), is a compendium of sociological research
carried on in Israel over the last twenty years.
It is a companion for Simon Herman's "Israelis
and Jews."
Dr. Weller is chairman of the Department of
Sociology at Bar-Ilan University. He discusses in
non-professional terms education, inter-ethnic re-
lations, criminology, failures of the schools, and
a myriad of other topics.
The tables of comparisons in the achieve-
ments, finances, relationships, goals, and animo-
sities between Ashkenazim, Sephardim and
Oriental Jews shows that Israel's internal prob-
lems equal her external problems.
. ,
Brooklyn Study Finds for Orthodox
Jt SURVEY of attitudes of members of Ortho-
dox Jewish families in the Boro Park section
of Brooklyn has indicated that while there is a
generation gap there, most of the young Jews
still express deep commitment to the values
of their Orthodox parents, a Brooklyn Colllege
sociologist has reported.
Egon Mayer repotted that the data for his
study were obtained mainly from two separate
surveys: intensive interviews with 65 Boro Park
families randomly chosen from the telephone
directory, and a mail questionnaire sent to
Young Israel Intercollegiates, with 44 question-
naires completed and returned.
THE SUBJECT of the Young Israel survey
was religious attitudes and attitudes toward
eiders. Mayer reported he found that 68.8 per-
cent of the /Oung respondents indicated, on
questions dealing with the Orthodox character of
the community, that they were saisfied with the
community and 84 percent declared they intend-
ed to remain Orthodox throughout their lives,
while 91 percent said emphatically they would
never join a Conservative or Reform synagogue.
But the survey also found that 52 percent
were dissatisfied with the lack of political ac-
tivities in the community, with 56 percent partic-
ularly dissatisfied with the purported Jack of
sufficient political activities on behalf of Israel.
MAYER SAID 54 percent indicated they ei-
ther did not care about or were dissatisfied with
the opinions their parents expressed about their
lives or projects.
The family interviews, Mayer reported, indi-
cated various sources of conflicts between sons
and daughters with their parents. He reported
that a frequent source of conflicts with elders
among the boys was over their preferences in
hair styles, clothing styles and their militancy
in the defense of Jewish interests.
Mayer reported in the current issue of the
Journal of Jewish Communal Service. He de-
scribed the report as a summary of his find-ags.
FOR GJRLS the major source of inter-gen-
erational conflict was their desire for advanced
secur'ar education and contemporary clothing
styles, particularly those that violated "parental
norms of sexual modesty." the sociologist de-
clared.
lie reported that the survey of the 65 fam-
ilies also produced a "somewhat surprising" dif-
ference in the level of religious education be-
tween those under 25 and those over 25.
In the under-25 group. 30 percent more had
formal and advanced yeshiva education than
those over 25. Of those over 25. 30 percent
received only informal or no religious education
compared with those under 25.
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Barbra Streisand's New Film Hit ^
v
Hollywood
|>ARBRA STREISAND, in the hit movie "For
Pete's Sake." appears as a newly-wed. unso-
phisticated tomboy clowning her way through
the taylor-made screenplay by Stanley Shapiro
and Maurice Richlin in the best tradition of such
visual comedians as Chaplin Keaton and Harold
Lloyd.
Never as youthful and less glamorous, the
girl "Henry" it enmeshed in sheer unsurmount-
able problems trying to help her cab-driver hus-
band Pete (Michael Sarrazin) to get the dough
for a college education by picking a "sure" win-
ner on the stock market.
RAISING THE money for the shares from
loan sharks, caught between two underworld
groups, she is thrown into the hands of an alert
madam who buys off her contract now skyrocket-
ing with astronomic interest figures.
Since Mrs. Cherry, the owner of a stable of
girls, is portrayed by Molly Picon with delicate
charm, the story never becomes vulgar and lewd.
Barbra. in overalls instead of dressed, in a non-
SiOglng, down-to-earth role, is more sympathetic
to the audience than ever.
For Pete's Sake" also stars Estelle Parsons
who. like Barbra. won her Academy Award a
few years ago for her very first film role Ms.
Parsons portrays the quite obnoxious sister-in-
law. with William Redfield as her henpecked
spou.-e
THE UNPRETENTIOUS entertainment fea-
ture was produced by Ray Stark's company, with
Phil Feldman as executive, and is released by
Columbia.
&4lpert
A 20th Cenlurv
Jeremiah
From Sicilv
Haifa
jQESCENDANT of a Sicilian
family, Anthony Peranio
came to Israel from his native
New York in 1955 because he
identified with Zionism, and be-
cause he saw in Israel an oppor-
tunity to live a free, pioneering
and challenging 1 ife. His wife,
Rita, was Jewish, but Tony came
here without any formal relig-
ious, political or national ties.
In the nineteen years that have
elapsed, he has emerged as the
country's leading battler in the
fight against air and water pol-
lution, noise menace, nuclear pol-
lution threat, road accidents
anywhere and everywhere that
the disorganized public is faced
by danger to the quality of hu-
man life as a result of the en-
croachment of industrialization
and governmental apathy.
Peranio feels a deep personal
sense of responsibility for what is
happening because the dangers
are caused by modern technol-
ogy, and he is an engineer.
He teaches his students at the
Technion, where he is associate
ptofessor of civil engineering in
the Centre for Environmental
Research, that technology has an
obligation to society over and
b'.j ve lite provision of comfort
and convenience.
TO THE public Tony Peranio
has become a symbol of the
sttuggle against faceless corpo-
rations. Some look upon him as
a Don Quixote, tilting his lance
at the windmills of progress.
He has led demonstrations
against public nuisance; he has
(one on television; he wields his
pen. not with satire, but with
facts that are difficult to refute.
He has taken the case of the
public into the courts.
His latest battle is against
nuclear power plants, which the
government wishes to locate
aiong the central coast of the
country. Tony Peranio grants Is-
rael's need for energy, but he
maintains that the sitting of the
proposed stations would consti-
tute a dire threat to Israel's se-
curity.
No matter what assurances we
may receive from our Arab
neighbors or from international
powers, there could always come
a Yon Kippur Day in 1990 when
an enemy attack on these prime
targets, by conventional means,
would release a flood of our own
radioactive materials upon the
centres of our population and
make the heart of Israel immedi-
ately uninhabitable, not to speak
of the immediate holocaust that
would occur.
TONY PERANIO also sees the
I ication of private passen-
. m a threat both to the
air which we breathe and to
ty. He is campaigning
the levelopment of new
ns of clean, mass transports*
The trouble is. engineers
are assigned to immediate tasks
of creating luxury and comfort.
Where is the long lange vision,
fo; the creation of a new and
better society, he asks.
He looks grim when he watch-
o- the belching smoke of the ce-
nu'ii; factory, which continues to
besmudge the landscape for
miles around Haifa.
PERANIO AND his public-
minde i allies have been able to
obtain the passage of government
julations governing some of
the nuisances which are destroy-
ing life, but many of them are
inadequately worded and laxly
enforced.



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Friday, August 9,197*
Zeltzer Running
Former Miami Bc.-u-hMunicipal
Judge J. Jerry Zvltzer was the
first candidate '0 qualify for the
office of County Judge Group 6
Appointed Municipal Julge ir.
1971. Zeltwr heW office until
January'. 1973. when he resumed
his private law practice. He has
been an active attorney in Dade
County since 1957.
A mi mber of th" Dade County
Bar. the Miami Beach Bar, the
Florida Bar the Federal Bar. and
the American Bar Association*
Zeltzer has also been admitted to
practice before the United States
Supreme Court. He is a member
of the North American Judges
i.ssociatiov
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IEGAI NOTK!
lion NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of SIN MORTGAGE CO. at 14!'7 N.W.
7th Street. Miami. Florida intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of I>ade County.
Florida.
Sun Mortgag.- Investment Corp.
Ely I-ee H Plaskoff, President
David M. Gonshak
Attorney f.ir Owner
)4"7 X \\ 7th Stre-t. Miami. Fla
J/1-9-H-S3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
of PRECISION BENDING MFC
PRECISION BENDING MANUFAC-
"i RING nd PRECISK IN BENDING
MANUFACTURING COMPANY, at
I id, Miami :: i 1. Flor-
ends to res m.-s
Circuit < 'ourt
: I ounty, Florida
I ,v M PLUMBING SUPPLY, IN''.
- UN, hays ,v GRCNDWERG
for
l. & M PLUMBING SUPPLY, INC,
'.' \ii -li Building
Miami Florida S31S!
1/2-9-16-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CASE NO. 74-22633
NOTICE TO DEFEND
.- Tii.- Marriage Of
MICHAEL SACCENTI,
Husband-pi And.
Theresa Sa.....ntl.
Wife-Rasp ndent
BOl' THERESA SACCENTI. w]
i-- lenei unknown, are hereby no-
tified that Mlcl lei Sa entl has filed
i petition for marriage dissolution in
'our! .. thai j u ire r lulred
to file your answer, res; lead-
the Clerk of this
' 'out' and t h ps tl sreof,
Hi- i- seph C. hit NW 7th
Avenue, Mian K your
husband's attorney on or aboul >>-t
- 1974 thi i m i Di Paul 'i he
entered a -.- ti by th.- i Ircuit
Judge.
Dated Aug : 1971
RICHARD l' BRINKER
i T.-rk I "in-uit c,.urt
By: B J POY. D C
E 9-19-2J-S0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-4758
In RE: Estate of
LILLIAN HI OVER
.1.-.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ail Creditors ..ml All Person!
Having Claims or Demands Against
Sai-I Estat.-:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to prest 01 and demands
whi<-h you may have against th.- es-
tate of LILLIAN HOOVER de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
to ih-- Circuit Judg.-s uf Dade Courtly,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in S.-.tinn 733.l'i. Florida
statutes, in their offices in th.- County
Courthouse in Dad.- (ounty. Florida.
within four alendar months from the
time of th.- first publication hereof.
i.r 'he sam.- will be barred
Filed at Miami Florida, this 2th
da) of July. AD. 1974
GILBERT G. MARBEY
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
tlo Jnd KURT WELLISCH. ESQ
Attorney for ESTATE OF
LILIJAN HOOVER
161 Almeria Avenue. Suite 210-E
Coral Gables. Fla. 33134
8/2-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY <;IS-EN that
the undersigned, .lesiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
f DAVI-Ross WELDING SERVICE
at 8146 NW. 103rd Street. Miami.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
DAVID RCA
ROSENDO ALVAREZ
8/9-16-23-80
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business undav the fictitious name
of SCIENTIFIC OPTICAL PROD-
UCTS CO. at 9540 Byron Ave.. Surf-
side. Florida 33154. intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
MORRIS FRIEDBR
8/2-9-16-21
s,- c= .\: = ^
FICTIT :C. S NAVE LAW
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A P
ST'
AND
ELEAN 1 '- x
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-3663
(Judge Dowhng)
Estate of
SAMUEL GOLDSTEIN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
c laims or Demands Against said
Estate:
You a hereby notified and requlr-
- -i to present any claims and demands
which \ou may have against the es-
tate of SAMUEL G<1.DSTEIN. de-
..- ,-.->l late 'f Dade County Florida,
to the Circuit Judges of Dade County.
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Beit tion 731.18. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within four calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof.
r the sam.- will be barred
File.l at .Miami. Florida, this 5th
day of August A.D. 1974.
BERNICE KARESKT
EDWARD GOLDSTEIN
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 9th day of August. 1974.
HAROIJ5 SHAPIRO
Attorney for Estate
9M Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach.
Fl 33139
1.9-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-4758
ti RE Estate of
LILLIAN HOOVER.
Dei eased
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE I >F SAID
DECEDENT.
You an herebj notified that a writ-
ten Instrument purporting t" '
lasl will and testament of -.-. i decs-
Imitted to prol
a are hereby oom-
: within six calendar months
fr..m th, date of th.- fir-t publication
of this notice to appear in said Court
and show cause, if any you can, \vh\
the action Of said Court In admitting
said will to probate should not stand
. v .ked
JUDGE .1"HN R r.LANTON
Circuit I "ourl Judge
RICHARD P BRINKER, Clerk
By CORNELL ROBINSON
Demit] Clerk
WELI ISCH. Attorney al Law
Attorney for GILBERT MARBET.
Executor of Estate of LILLIAN
Hi ii >\ ER Dec< ised
.\ i.....is avenue. Suit- 2r>i-E
tables, Florida 3! I
l-'irst publication of this notice on
the 9th day of August. 1874
v $.11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
GEORCE E. SCHULZ
PROBATE NO. 74-4261
' RE Estat.
i 'ES SCHAEPER
. ..-..i|
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
said Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of FRANCES SCHABFER de-
ted late of Dade County Florida.
10 the Circuit Judges of Dade County.
and file the sam-- m duplicate and as
provided In Section 733 i. Florida
Si Ltutes, In their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida.
within four 'alendar months from the
time of th.- first publication hereof,
or th- sam>- will be barred.
Filed al Miami. Florida, this ISth
day of July, a D. it>74
SHIRLEY VYAI-SH
a- Administratrix
C.T.A.
First publii .it,..n ..f this notice on
the 2nd da) of August. i74.
Sparber. Zemel Roskin. H.-ilbronn.-r
and I**!rp PA.
Attorney for Administratrix C.T.A
100 N Blscayne Blvd. Miami. Fla
8/2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
PROBATE NO. 74-4734
In RE: Estate of
ERIC N A VAN DER E1.ST
ii.-, rased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of ERIC N A. VAN DER EI.ST
deceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the Circuit Judges of Dade County,
and fib- the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.IS. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dude County, Florida,
within four calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof.
or 'he sam.- will be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 26th
day of July. A.D. 1974
FLORENCE DINHEATH VAN
DER EI.ST
151 N W. 43rd Place
Miami. Florida
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the tnd day of August. 1974.
MALCOLM H. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Estate
900 Douglas Road. Coral Gables. Fla
8/2-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
: IS HEREBY
rsU
ess u
HE MaAMI SPRINGS SI ENE
at PO 1 '
to regurter -
Circuit -"urt of
:>.,-. i nnlj Florida.
MIAMI SPRINGS TAX AHUM
ASSOC., INC
v\ smith PRESIDENT
Arthur W Karlick
v ney foi Applicant
-.4".4 N \\ I7th A\
Miami Florida w ,.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 85447
In RE Estate of
NANCY BLEET.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereb> given that we
have filed our Final Report and Peti-
tion for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge as Executor of the estate OI
NANCY BLEET. deceased, and that
on or after the 30th day of August.
1974 will applv to the Honorable Cir-
cuit Judges of Dade County. Florida
for approval of said Final Report and
for distribution and final discharge as
Executor of the estate of the above-
named decedent. This 23rd day of
July. 1974.
A JAY CRISTOL as Attorney for
STEPHEN S. BERNSTEIN. Executor
of the Estate of Nancy Bleet.
Deceased
A. JAY CRISTOL
Attorney
21 Northeast First Avenue
Miami. Florida 33131
Telephone: 379-1791' ......
7 26 S 2-9-16
NOTICE l/NOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of CASTLE CREATIONS at P.O BOS
._".. Mian': Florida .".suit Intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit court of Dad.- County.
Florida.
ALAN DAVIS
SHEI1 A KASSEWITZ
H ir Id Kassew itz
\.....i for Alan Davis
... ilank Building
25 West Flan ei Streel
Florida
____________________________1 2-9-H
NOTICE L'NDEH
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fiCtitloU* name
of MARC COMPANY (Not Incorpo-
d i al 1421 S v\ v-i Street, .Miami.
Florida 3313S intend to register said
name with th. Clerk of th.- Circuit
Court of Dade County. Floi
Ten -a Camberi Tru>'-
Alfredo I. P -"''
Ciro Arnielllni_:."",
Max D Peres25*
inoff ti Bader
Attorneys for Man Company
(Not inc.)
s -9-16-39
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 74-21877
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: Th.- marriage of
ERNEST SELLARS.
Husband.
and
GIRLEY M SELLARS,
Wlfi
Yni GIRLEY M SELLARS. Route
3. Herndon Load. Durham. North
Carolina are required to file your
answer to the petitioner for disso-
lution of marriage with the Clerk of
the above Court and serve a copy
thereof upon Herman Cohen, Esq., at-
tome) for tlo- petitioner husband.
.._'_ S.W 1st Street, Miami, Florida,
SS130 on or before September t, 1974,
or els. petition will be......less.ML
Dat.: Jl LY SI, l74
rich VRD P. BRINKER,
Clerk. Circuit Court
Bj GLORIA ELLIS
D.-t.uiv Clerk
9-18-22
NOTICb OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-20201
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
EI'iENE OLIVER ROTHMAN, JR..
Husband,
and
CHARI.OTTH M ROTHMAN.
Wife.
TO: CHARIiOTTE M I'.oTH.MAN
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
vnur written defenses, If any. to it on
KWITNEY. KROOP ft SCHE1N-
BERO. PA., attorneys for Petitioner,
whose address is 420 Lincoln Road,
Suite R12. Miami Beach. Florida 3313S
and file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or before
August II, 1!'74; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Siiami. Florida on thiM
16th day of July. 1H74
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By L SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal)
KWITNEY KROOP ft "*
SCHBLNBERO. PA.
By: BRCCE J SCHE1NBERG
For: PACE KWITNET
420 Lin.-..In Road. Suite 512 *
Miami Beach. Florida r
Phone: 538-7S75
Attorney for Petitioner
7/1J-24 g/j.$
NOT.CE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-61*4
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF:
i iSCAR MATED
and
ZENAIDA MATEO
Tl I ZENAIDA MATEo
180 San Agustln y Truoha
Santiago le Cuba
orient... Cuba __,
YOU ARK HEREBY N'TIMED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage ha- been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if tiny, to it
i.n ADOLFO KOS8. attorney for Pe-
titioner whose address la l"l N.W.
ISth Avenue, Miami. Florida, and file
tbe original with the clerk of the
Ibove stvle.l court on or before Au-
gust II. MT4i otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or peti-
tion
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
llth dav of July. 1974.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By A. D. WADE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Adolfo Koss. Esquire
101 N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 3312*1
Attorney for Petitioner
7/19-2* 8.2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOSEPH NESBrTT
PROBATE NO. 74-4865
In RE: Estate of
CHARLES DEL-ASK
deci ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah cr.-.litors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims '! Demands Agulnal Baid
Estat<
You are hereby notified and reuulr-
presenl any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of CHARLES DEL-ASK il.-
Dade County. Flor-
ida, to ih.- Circuit Judges ..f Dade
ly. and fill the sam. ii, Ini i:
in d as provided In Section 7:::. 16,
.
the c untj Courthous. Ii Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within four calendar
months from the time of the first pub-
' or the s.im. will be
ham
Filed al Miami Florida, this 1st
if Aug.. A D l'.'TI
KENW iRTHY DEL-ASK
WASKIEW ICZ
a- Executor
Fir.-t publication of this notice on
the 9th da) of August. 1974,
HERBERT /. MARVIN
Al ton j for Exi i utr
777 \ W. 72nd Avenue, Miami. Florida
9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
NO. 74-20831
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
In re the marriage of!
BARBARA ANN SIPPLE,
Petitioner,
and
KENNY RAY SIPPLE.
Respondent
TO: KENNY RAY SIPPLE
Masc N BCLLEN
Ri it'TE NO. 1
POPLARVILLE. MISSISSIPPI
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you ate required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on
LOUIS GLAZER, attorney for Peti-
tioner, wiios.- address Ii 11711 Blscayne
Boulevard North Miami. Florida, and
file the original with the Clerk of the
above styled court on or before Au-
gust 28, 1974: otherwise a Judgment
may be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the complaint or
petition.
WITNESS m) hand and the seal Of
said court at Miami. Florida, on this
(2nd day of July. 1974.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Al I 'leric, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: L 8NEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
lilt I l-l-ll
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOHN R. BLANTON
PROBATE NO. 74-4763
In RE: Estate of
HARRY SIR
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against th. as-
tute of HARRY SIR. deceas-
ed late of Dade County. Florida,
to the Circuit Judges of Dade County
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Countv
t ourthouse In I>ade County. Florida'
within four calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof
or the same will be bnrred
Filed at Miami Florida, this 29th
day of July. AD. 1974
ARE SIR
SARAH HER8HBETN
BETTE SHAI.UlWAY
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the :i>d day of August. 1974
SHAPIRO. FRIED. WEIL ft SCHEER
Attorneys for Estate of HARRY SIR
Deceased
407 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 23139
l/l-S
L5GAI NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Thc""
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN a t
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74-20193
NOTICE OF SUIT
IN RE: The Marriage of
i:\ i: l. NADLER,
Petitioner, -
and
WILLIAM M NADLER,
Respondent.
YOU, WILLIAM M NADLER
whose residence address is : '..'
side Place. Plainfleld. V
D7060, are hereby notified I
Answer to the Petition for
tion of Man lags with the I
Curt, and mall a copy
Petitioner's Attorney. JOSEPH S
BARTOLOMEO, MOO Bird H
ami Florida IS15a, on oi
tSrd day ..f August r.'Tl
Petition filed against you will b tuk.
en as confessed).
DATED thi.: 16th dav of July la-,
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk, Circuit Court
B.v: A D WADE
Deputy Clerk
7/19-:^ j j.,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring In
In business under the fictiti -u
of THE PRIMITIVE TOUCH HM
Harding Ave.. Surfside. Fl 13154 In-
tend to register said name with th:
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad
Couuntv. Florida.
ECCENTRIC GIFTS. INC
A FLORIDA CORP
B.v: RUTH COLD. PRESIDENT
AND
DISCOUNT P1.ACE. INC
A FLORIDA CORP
By: ANA OOLUSKIN. AOENT
A JOINT VENTURE
NKI.SON. FELDMAN ft DAVIDSON
BY: THEODORE R NELSON
Attorney for Applicants
USX Kane Concourse
Miami. Fl Ml54
7/2 | :..;<
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY QtVl
the undersigned, desiring
In business under th. fictll
of CANDLE-LITE ft WINE "JSi
Bird Road Miami. Florida
tend to rcgi.-t.r said nani-
Clerk of the circuit Court
Countv Fl
BEATRICE BRi >1
SUSZANNE BRI >DIE
Myi Kaplan Porter, l .
ft Kenln
r.\ Edn ard E T< 11naon
Attorney for Applicant
i Executive Towt r
11:- Brii k.-ll A\ ui
SSI 31
a
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC. IT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
NO. 74-20038
ACTION FOR DiSSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in re ti. marriage of:
LYE1 L E HEINRICH.
Pi tltloner,
GERTRUDE J HKINRK'H.
Respondent
To: GERTRUDE J. HEINRICH
, n BERTHA /.ILL
II B i Iroto
i h. ektowaga, New York
YOl ARE HEREBY N-
thai an a.tioii f-.r Dlssolutli "f Mar-
riage has been filed against
you are required to serve
your written defenses, if any,
Lulls BLAZER, ..tt.in.
whose addreai Ii
. ayne Boulevard, North Mlai
iila. and fib- the Original
Clerk of th>- above gtYled mil :
before August II, 1974; "tl
judgment mav be entered iig -' > J
f..r the r.li.f demand, d In I
plain! or petition. ,
WITNESS my hand and the '
said .ourt at Miami. Florida
15th dav of July. 1974
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Cl.-rk. Circuit '
Dv l. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Curt Seal)
T/19-2*
1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T"B
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT or
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-1989-
GENERAL JURISDICTION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE ,
IN RE: The Marriage of
WAYNE V MEKSEREAl".
Petltloner-Huaband
DEHRA ANN MERSEHE.M.
Respondent-Wife ___,_
TO: DEBRA ANN MKHSF.RLAU
. o Mr Steven Richard
194 Berlin Avenue V
Southington. Uorn-tiru: .^ f
TOU ARE HEKE1I) NCTIF ,
that an action for Dsusonitwo
Marriage has been filed against jj
and you are required to serve a cwr
of your written defenses. II an>.
on DAVID M. GONSHAK. <"orn.^
for Petitioner, whose address i-
M.W. 7th Street, Miami. Florn a '-: 1
and file the original with the le J
the above styled court on or .
August 20. 1974; otherwise .' <" ^
will be entered against you tor
relief demanded In the oompia""
petition .,(
This notice shall be publi-l
each week for four consecutive r
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand '"' an
said court at Miami. Florida on
12th day of July. 1"4.
RICHARD P. BRINKFJ-
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florid*
By A. D. WADE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DAVID M. (SONSHAK
1497 N.W. 7th Street
Miami. Florida 3312..
Attorney for Petitioner ^ $/,.|


Friday. August 9, 1974
9mt$6 IHhrHlriir
Page HJ
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL MOTKE
in THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY
PROBATE D VISION
PROBATE NO. 74-3082
i >: Estate of
MARGARET 1). MAGIIRK
,i- -.-ase'l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
- \: redilurs ami All Person* H n
urn.- it Demands AKains! Said
K-' '
Vf iii ire hereby notified ami reouir-
fii present any lalms am1 deman li
., you mav have acaiiiMt the ta-
il MAROARBT B MAGIMRE.
I late ..( Dade County. Flor-
. the Circuit Judges of Dade
; lllll file the same III dui'1
i. provided in Set-lion 713.16.
F. -', SM'ulr.-. in their office* in
i i j:ii\ Courthouse in Hade ''iun-
:" ir|da. within four ca'ei
in the time of the fir-t uuh-
; hartoi, or the sam>- will be

ii Miami Florida, this mm
:. \ r>. 1874.
F&AXK a MAt;rii:i:
Administrator
publication <>f this notioa on
' Ibv of Auaust, 1974.
s i -:i. e smith
, ir Administrator
, Dixie Hiirhuav
r -, ,Ie*. Florida o31 "

in thi circuit court of the
e.s.enth judicial circu't of
Florida, in and for
oade county
probate division
john r. blanton
probate no. 74-3309
. .. Ui< q\
; SHAPIRO
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'.. ., : .UUois ami All Persons Hav-
': :.^ ..; Demands Against Said
. ..: hereto notified and reaulr-
-,"" ;m'y claims anfl dem
. may ha' aralnsi the ei -
IVTD K SHAPIRO, de-
ll 11...I.> County Plor-
i 'in int JuiiKe.- of 1 ad
ind file ihi inn duplicate
proi Ided in Be< -i 7.1:1 16.
Statutes, in then- office* In
j Courthouse In I' ide i' Ui
Wlttlul : itir
m the time of the first pub-
t. or the lame will h
Miami, Florida, thi* Ind
Vua A I> 1974
- i: El i EN KI ARK
Ac Executrix
S B4 IAL
Executrix
Road
Be I h. Florida 38139
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO 67-7033
NOTICE OF SUIT
.LINE ltEMKK.
tlorier
\.\'i> GRENIER,
1 ^i dent
rnand grenier
in Pasteur
I \v Al. CITY
TP.EAL. CANADA
PRHNAN11 GRENIER, ire
d that a Petition tor
io Custodv hat bean filed
you, ami you are reoulred to
, bud) of v.ur Answer or
1 id | -., Bald Petition on the Pe-
1 > ,-,,.-. Ronald 1.. Davis
' P A 41T Blscayne liuiid-ra
Flatter Btraet. Miami, Florida
-Phone: 379-2851. and tile ma
I Aiumit or Pleading- In the
the Clerk of the Circuit
or before the 13th day of
f'7-t it \,,u (ail i" *
jaditcneiu by default wli: be taken
u for the relief demanded In
(or Permanent Custodv
notice shall be diU>ui i
week for four (4> "
1 in the JEWISH FIjOR-

r ami ORDERED at M ""l
1 I li wii day of July. "1"*
, HARD y BRINKER, ''lerk
Circuit Court
Dade County. Florid i
Pv: V. J FoY
L mulv Clerk
lUrl Seal)
H J-'i-lo-IS
MOTICE UNDER
FIC..TIOUS NAME LAW
' s HERKIIY GIVEN
(I. desiring tn enKage I"
under the fictitious name of
HOOF Cl EANINfl ft
I'.MNTING ar ISS3 s W 199th Street
, I*:. ti|M L,c.ka, PI 33i>f.4 int
<> roister sa"\l name with the Clerk
or the'rin-uit Court of Dade County,
Florida
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 74-1362
J. GWYNN PARKER
IN HE: ESTATE OF
SAMCEI. WEINTRAl'U
Deoaamd
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
NOTICE OF PROBATE
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OP SAID DECEDENT
You are hereby notified that writ,
ten instrument purporting To be the
last will and testament of said dere-
leiit has been admitted tn prolftite in
aid Court You are hereby command-
ad within six oalendar months from
'he da'e of the first publication of
this notice l'- appear in said Court
".,l show aus.-. if any you can, why
die action i r -aid Court In idi
i I will to nrobate should not stand
unrevokel
J. GWYNN PARKER
1 rcult Court Ju-li;-
RICHARD P DRINKER Clerk
K'ADINE S JBNNCVas
Deputy cwrk
>-- Kaplan. Porter. I- .
& K
Bs CARL K V.ESTMAN
AI' ellev
Bu TM ll:'< Hru-kell Ave
Florida 33131
Pli mtblli at......f ti on
i da> "f Auxust. 1974
l-ld-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
' n ;: IS HEREBY GIVEN th it
the u* tersiirned, dealrlnit to atuja^e In
i>u- under the flotK me of
VKI'.N d TAi K! K DISTRIP.'-TKR at
i I -! N.E in Ave No Mian I Beach,
Fla. intends to resiatar -., i name
with the cierk if the Clr tilt Court of
11 ide i *<>un;y, Floridfl
G' 'i DIE VERNICK
MICHAEL P. CHASE
Attornej for VERN'S TACKLE
DIS1 RIDtTOR
7 19 s :-^
IN TMS CIRCUIT COURT OF Tk
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOSEPH NESBITT
PROBATE NO. 74-4940
Estate of
.'>:>!:< iSENFlELP
i.-ed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T \ I -editors and All Person- Hav-
B m Demanda Asainat Said
\ u ire hereby notified and reiiuir-
sent any claims and demands
U mav have aealnst the es-
EDWARD KOSENFIELD. de-
ar, of Dade county Fior-
the Circuit JudKes of Dade
County, and file the same In duplicate
- provided In Se-tlon 733.Ifi.
Plirlda Statutes, in their offices In
' lunty Courthouse in Dade Coun-
f. Florida, within four ca'endar
r from the time of the first nub-
hereof, or the same will be
i it Miami Florida, this 1st
Aub A I) 1974.
ESTHER BHIND
HY.MAN 8HIND
\- Executors
I publication "f this notice on
d .% of AukusI. 1974.
ui< COHEN
Executors
v B ll-tb Avenue
Miami He:oh Fla 33162
S Q -1,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\'' iTICE IS HEREBY Oil IN thai
igned Mi :.n i ea
buaineaa under the fl tltl us une >f
" i N'TRY LAKES al Mlramar,
Br >war I i' >unty, Florida > tei I* to
rea said name Itn the Cl^rh
I. fin ull c. r- of Dade Cou
Florida, and Brcward Countv, Flor
DAD': DEVET/IPMENT
S IRVICE ii IRPORATION,
., Florida corporatloi
P> Ronald A. Lipton, Pn lent
i .v Slrkln, P A
a v. for i [ ',v
Service Corporation
7/19-':>i 372-9
arlda.
, ,.v-li~roR a. MEQNA
7 I
8/2-9
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY'
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CrVIL ACTION NO. 74-207TS
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
'N re The Marriage of
PEDPo DAMIAN BELTRAN.
Husband,
and
CAROL JEAN BELTRAN.
Wife
Ti>: CAROL JEAN BELTRAN
- .] :- a Park
Carnbridue. Man
Yol' ARE HEREBY N (TIFIED
that an action (or DlaaoJatlon at Ma--
riage hae bean filed aminet you and
vou are required to >-tv.' a c>py of
your written def.-n.se.--. if any, to it on
HAROLD CEASE attorney for Peli-
ir, whose address is 3730 w-st
Flakier Street. Miami, Fla and file
the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or befor- Aua
;n. 1^74. otherwise a default will be
entered against y,,u for the relief de-
manded in th......nip .nut or Petition.
This notice shall be published once
e ioh Week for four conaecUtlve weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.OR1DIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida, on thi*
20th day of July. 1974.
RICHARD P BRINKER
a- Clerk. Cir.-ui; Court
Dade County, Florida
By K M K1SSEE
As Deput) i' erk
(Clrcui- Court Seal)
HARol D CEASE ESQ.
3720 Weal Plaslei SI
Floi 11 3:;i33
Attorney for Petiti-mer
" .'I 8/2-9-16
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 74-20762
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
THE MARRIAGE OF:
\ IN T M DONALD.
, oner

BONNIE McDNALD.
: en l
TO B' (NME M 1" INALD
r i rtknown
XOV UlE HEREBY WOTIF
that a-
i..-r. filed at.-,
a (PS
,f yoUl '"- ''" '" to '
TONE for
I-.-,- a how iddre
l! Avenue Miami Fl >-:"7
3S4-4SM9 and file the orlgll i
..- .i... .,i,, t'vle l on-
or be', re aiivum ,i. IFM therwlae
. fault will be entered laainat you
tne, relief dew mded In the i n
be nubl a ed
. .. it
"".';''l i
u ot
. on thia
,- H M-;. p BRI KER
A- ''
uhty Florida
.... ;ii-:
Ufj -rk
David : '"""
H'l v W '- w- u '
' .....
AttofnW f"r '' 8/2-9-le
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 74-21877
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N HE: The marriage of
ERNEST SELLARS
Husband,
and
OIR1 EY M. SELLARS.
\v | fa
Yor. tilRLEY M SELLARS, Route
3, Herndon Road. Durham. North
Carolina, are required to file vour
anawer to the petition for dissolution
of marrlaae with the Clerk of the
ibove Court and serve a copy thereof
uion the petitioners attorney, Her-
man Coh.-n. Eso ^2 S W 1st Stre.et.
M .,nii. Florida 33130. on or before
September 12. 1974. or else petition
will I;.- confess..,!
Date: Aua. 2. 1974.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
By WILLIE BRADSHAW JR.
I >eputy clerk
> a-lfi-23-31
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 74-22019
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RK The Man ..-.
i L SEABi IRN,
Petitioner,
and
THOMAS N SEABORN.
Reapon lent
To: Sp-4 THOMAS N SEABORN
262-92-743!
B ISnd BUtnal Bn.
New York New York 097>7
V'l'' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai for I (issolutlon of Mar-
rlac< been tiled asainsl you, and
you are required to serve
) .U" written defenses to it. If ai v
you have m V ROBERT CARLISLE,
Attornes '; t Pi tilloi at his id-
.ires- .'- || i-i;ii i Cora 0
btes. Florida 33134. on or before the
Uth : ) ol Sept., l'.Ci. and file the
n i'. th the < lerk of thli Court.
' re -T-vi,e on Pel I loner'a
Immed < i then fter;
tl v lefaull entered
-i s u for the relief dem i
in the Pel
WITNESS mv i ai d ai the ,1 of
this c url Aua I. l74
RICHARD P BRINKER
f the 'Irculi < '->urt
,B M KISSEE
Deputy clerk
- 9-16-28-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th- u: deiatfned dealrins to enetaai
n bus:; esi under the fli'tltli Us I
MARTIN MOVERS MARTIN
MOVING CO.: MARTIN STORAGE
Co; MARTIN TRANSFER: MAR-
TIN'S LOCAL A I JONG DISTANCE
MOVING O al 10343 N.W 37th Ave
Miami, Fl 33147, Intend* to raalater
, i ,i with the Cl< rk of m> ar-
il Court >f Dade County Florida
HOWARD MARTIN
9 9-16-23- 10
NOTICE OF .-.CTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-20684
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
RiHJER M WALLACE. Petitioner.
0LI IE JOYCE TERRELL
WALLACE, Respondent.
TO: OlUe Joyce Terrell Wallace
1'fJl N W 32 Street
Fort Worth. Tex is
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that in action for Dissolution of Mar-
tge has been filed acainM y 'u and
vou are required to serve a cOPfr Ot
"vour written defenses, if any. to i' on
DAVID E. STONE, attorney for Pe-
titioner whose address is Ml N W
12 Avenue. Miami. Florida 3312S:
(30?; i I34-4SS5, and file the original
with the clerk of the above stvled
court on or before AuKUst 3"> 1974.
otherwise a default will be entered
agatnal you for the relief demanded
in the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published once
. h week for four conseCUtlV* Weeks
HE JEWISH FI.ORID1AN
WITNESS my land and the aeal of
.. i rnurt at Miami Florida on this
da] of July. 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
D ide County Florid i
By GLORIA ELLIS
As Deputy Clerk
(Clr Ull 'ourt Seal)
David E Stone. Esouire
KIN W 12 Avenue
Miami. K!.33i:S t324-4Si6>
iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTV
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.1319a
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
Hi:! MAHP.IAGE OF
RRAI1 GARCIA. JR.
RON; IAR- IA Wit*
TO BI'.AI i' GAR< I V JK.
.,- \"V. i STRF I I"'
\.M1, FLORIDA _____^^
yOU AKE HEREBY NOTIFIED
tint an action for Dissolution ol Mar-
ria-e an tUed ajtalnel you and
v ii! ire re wired I i len ';' "r
i-our wnu defenaej, if any. to It on
AKTfiUR H LIPSpN, al orney for
CM |,v- DRIVE HAL.-\\ DALE.
i 1009 ind file th- orlainai
.. ; |, : if the ai'
,. before Auaust 38, 174.
i lefaull will b.....itered
.,.,-.' ) u the lem
In the i n. i c' or petition
Tr anall be a i
eks
In THE JEWISH P
IVfTNl SS .-and and the of
Florfna on this
day of July, i 74
:n P BRINKER
'' a.' I'
I lour -. ., i
iNEEDEN
.a. Deputy cierk
Hit Curt Seal)
7/26 8.'2-9-16
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-20969
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE "
IN RE: The Marrtaae of
IIAHV LEIGH LEVINE, Husband.
and
BARRI LYNN LEVINE, Wife
TO BARRI LYNN LEVINE
(Residence I'nknown)
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
ran.- hi- been filed again.-1 you and
you are required to serve a copy o'
your written deCenaei if any. to It
on Q ALEXANDER NOBIL ESO. ,
attornej for Petitioner, whose address
i- 'iij Ainsley Building, Miami. Fior-
Ida, ami file the orlftlnal with the
, era d the above s'\!eii court on or
before August 30, i7i. otherwise a
lefaull will i.....ntered againsi you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition
This notice shall be published once
i n week (or (our consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
- i I court at Miami Florida on ;! -
if Julv. 1 !*74
RICHARD P BBINKEB
.'. ('lerk. i 'ircmi Court
Dade i' >unty, Florida
A D WADE
As Deputy c r k
|: Ir ull '' ui Seal
(I Al EXANDER NOBIL, ESQ.
613 Alnslej Buildlns
Miami '
Attoi ey for 1 -
: 1437
7 26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO -4-20457
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
ZTEGLEI! ai i
I BETH ZIEGLER I wife.
Petll loners.
To WIiii.\| |T || \v CON" ERN:
N liven that 'he undersigned
Petitioners. J( >EL ZIEG1 Kl: an I
El IZABETH ZIE II ER his \>
ul. -. addn 1000 \v--si Avenue m
I Miami, i >ade i 'oui |.
la to apply to the h m-
nrabli William Hertn, Judffe of the
: it) Judlc al Clrcull In and I
'' ty, ai bis offioe in the County
Courthouse, at 1:6" I'M on September
T 1971 i- s,..... thereafter as Pe-
m;iy be heard, for an order
changing Petitioner's name from
ROBERT NORMAN BOl'CHOCX to
ROBERT NORMAN ZIEOl ER, by
which name Petitioner shall thereaft-
known.
Dated ,il Dade County. Florida
33nd da) of Julv 1974
Al P.EP.T WII.ENSKY
Attorney for Petitioners
A'torney foi P 'i
ALBERT WII ENSKY
l lOi 'oncord BMa
Miami Florida 33130
7'2 /t-8-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirinir to eeiKa*te
in business under the fictitious n:im
of IJSA COMPONLNTS at 351 N.E
IXith Street. North Miami Beach.
Florida. 331SC. intend to register said
name with the c.erk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
MILTON PEHI.MAN (5011)
BERNARD R BOII.EN .Si)%)
TAI IAN'iKF AND 1IADK11. KSO>
Attorn.--, s for LEA COMPONENTS
7 26 S --9-1G
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME '.AW
NOTICE IS HEREBY 'i VEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of WORLDWIDE INVESTMENT
OROI P inc. at is^.'i Coral Waj
Miami, Florida Intend to registei sa i
nams with th.- Clerk nf -'i Circuit
Court of Dade County. Eon i I
JORGE I ..ANAS
RAUL PI ANAS
SSRAFIN 1 :: \ -
MICHAEL N, WEISS, P.A
a foi Applicants
.. ;\ I-- iglei Stre I Su
Miami Florida 33130
7 36 8 :-9-I6
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY ..
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-20685
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
,,, OF,,MARRIAGE h
f\" RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
JAMES M Harrison. Petitioner
and
HETTY J HARRISON. Respondent
To. He'.iv .1 Harrison
1703 Campbell street
StatesviUe. North Carolina 2S677
Yor- are HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you B I
you ar.- required to lerve a copy rf
your written defense*, if any, to II in
DAVID E BTONE, attorney for Pe-
' tl r whose addresf Is 101 N W.
13 Avenue, Miami. Flo-ida 33133:
C!"i 334-4566, and file the original
srlth the clerk of the above styled
COUrl 00 or before AUKUSI I;
otherwise a default wi'l be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the complaint or petition
This notice phall be published oi i
we< for : ui om utlve weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORID'. \N
WITNESS my hand and the seal Of
u- ..! Miami i this
lltth c ly of .lu'v U-74
RICH \":i !' BRINKER,
A < 'lerk, rculi court
Dadi County Florida
By G] or:a PLUS
\- Deputy '! k
U Court Si
tom Esquire
mi N W i- Avenue
M FL _- _-i
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
tNO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DACE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 74-22:31
". HE MAI'.RIACE I >F
DIANA V IGLESIAS. Pel I
U'.T''"' IOI ESIAS li
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARR'ACE
Tl Arturo !'
Edlfli ii Sierrai sol Pei uiouae
| lU-'I'l II
i i- ii.- I.- Io Monte
I (I 1 .1- V'-'e .
YOl REBY N
tl-1- ai ictlon for D
has !- t you and
you are required to serve a ot i
vour u .-!'
I, ft ki iss attornea for I
whose addn N W 13
l me, Miami, I-' .
24-4566 ind flli the irlgli
the >!:< of th.- abo> ntyied mirl
or before 8ep1 13 ": itl -
lefaull ^ .1! be entered against mu for
I in th- complaint

shall be publlsl
HE JEWISH '" 0* 'AN
WITNESS n
\ : I
S' KER
a- CH rl c uli
Its !. .) l-'i '
A.- : utj i"
.
" v w '-.
- (324-4535)
Attorney for 1'
I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
GE IS HEREBY < Jl \ BN tl it
the um to igage -i
Ui the flctll ous i '
I rd Sti -.
.. Intend ....
i i .(in- with :i CU rk of
tult Cjui Dade i 'oui ty Floi la.
CHASQl'I, INC
FCroop .<- Bch P A.
bj Rl ird K....., !:-,:
al for I 'HASQl'I, IN'"
lift Lii Suil 513
Beach, Florid
: 26 8 :-"-n
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAvV
N( iTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring ti tge in
is ness undt-r the fictitious i ame >f
MEDIEVAL WALL DECOR al 7103
Vi -' i7ih Ct Hlaleah, Flor da 4
; ster said name I h the
Clerk -if the Circuit C UTI of ".'..ie
County Florida
LAWRENCE D HARROD
I.' n.i.i. i GAGLIOT1
: ..-. 2-9-H
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
: d< ined desli m to ugase
it hu.-iiiess under the flctltl a- I imea
cf ENEKOY CONSERVATION A IN-
SULATION CENTERS. ENERGY
CONSERVATION & INSl'LATION
CONSULTANTS: BNERO-Y \ I'ow-
KR CoNSEIiVATK'.N CONSULT-
ANTS at 1331 N.E. 175th St., N Miami
I h 33161. intends to register said
names with the Clerk of tl'e Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida,
MARK-STEVEN INTERNATIONAL
INC. a Florida Corp
7 19-26 8/3-1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-21073
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN l.i: THE MAHRIAOE Df
JAVIER F, hermidez. Husband,
Petitioner,
and
EVELYN HERMI'DEZ. Wife.
Resoondenl
TO: Mra Evelyn ltermuds
Residence Unknown)
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
th il an action for Dlssolul '' M ir-
r: n; I I- filed llnsl ) II 11 *
j i are required to opy of
your written defenses, II ., II ii
\-. FO Ki >SS EStJt'lRE. attorney
(,,, .. wl addn li 101
N W I2th Avenue. Miami Flo-,la
33138 and file thi iiiglni I Ith
. lerk of the above stj led urt in
o- before AukusI IB 374 otl rwlaa
, a. 1UJ| n : be enl red is t you
for the relief demanded In the Com-
plaint "r petition
Thi- notice shall be publish) I once
. weak for four const utiv. i
in THE JEWISH FLORID1 VN
WITNESS in} hand BBC d of
.,,1 ,ui i ., Miami Florida on tins
24th day of July. 'C74 ......
Rl HARD P. 1 !<--
As ''I- rk Cln Ull Court
. le I ountj P rlda
B a n u \i":
As Deputy Cl
(Ctrouil "ourt Seal)
Adoifo Koss Esouire
lal N \V Uth Avenue
Miami Florida 13128 124 I
sy for PetiUoj
CIRC'.'T COURT. 11TN J'wDlCIAL.
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY.
FLORIUA
NO 74-19893
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE MARRIAGE
F, \ MARIA "
-i % N ALVAREZ.
W fl
i
WII PREDO COTO ALVAREZ
mil ___
. WII FRBDO C< TO ILVAF
la Palms S re< I lu u iba-
,
i
11
1 NICHOLAS!
Florida
Court
tore AiiKU-- her-
n will I --I by
1 ,- i till I.:' M
Ui RARI P BRINKER. CLERK
B] A D ADE
Deputy C .
7 B-S8 3 !-


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SAYS RABBI MOSES TOKAYfR
Voni Kippur War Altered
Japan's Neutral Policy
.. anese government policy
! a definite shift from a
-tance in the Middle
inti-Israel position, the
if the Jewish community
said in Miami Beach
i i eek.
Moses Tokayer. whose
, lives in Miami, addressed
. .nts of the two high school
of the Greater Miami
I He Academy. Rabbi Alexan-
- Grass, principal of the
and Margaret W'eishaus
I School for Girls and of the
1 MerwitZST High School for
I | hosted the meeting at his
I iieach home.
Rabbi Tokayer. who is com-
Ipleting liis sixth year in Tokyo.
Igaid the Japanese have not
|ado "i an anti-Semitic policy.
['but clearly have succumbed to
[the pressure of Arab blackmail
I | iU, Japanese industry is to-
Italiy dependent on oil, and the
k Kippur War altered Japan's
if neutrality."
The rabbi, who said he will re-
[si.;n bis pulpit after the coming
Kvi: rioted tha*. Japan's Jewish
I inity of approximately 150
|: is gradually declining in
1, students leave Japan
i )f college age to either
continue their education or to
get married, "and never return,"
Rabbi Tokayer said.
But the Japanese community
maintains a synagogue and com-
munity center both in Tokyo and
in Kobe, where there are only 26
families. Lay persons run the
center and maintain a complete
program of cultural, religious
and educational activities with
no professional assistance other
than that of the rabbi.
"The outpouring of funds for
Israel during and after the Yom
Kippur War maintained our
place as the leader in philan-
thropic support for Israel on a
per capita basis for the entire
world." Rabbi Tokayer said.
The segment of the Japanese
Jewish population which was
born in the Far East is declining,
but it is still the most active.
There are no Oriental Jews, Rab-
bi Tokayer said, in Japan.
Services are conducted in He-
brew, with brief sermons in Eng-
lish, Members of the community
are largely from the American
and Israeli government and busi-
ness sectors in Japan.
A Torah cover and a tablecloth has been
given to the Miami Beach Hebrew Home
for the Aged by the family of Isaac Krieger,
a resident of the home, and his late wife,
Becky, in her memory. Members of the Krie-
ger family pictured here include (from left)
son Hyman and his wife, Frances; grand-
sons Joe and Stanley Krieger; Isaac Krie-
ger, his daughter. Miriam Goldstein and her
husband, Norman Goldstein.
NCJW Summit Conference Set Nov. 6 to 13
The National Council of Jew-
ish Women has launched a re-
gistration drive for its Second
Summit Conference in Israel
Nov. 6-13. in which nearly three-
hundred delegates from com-
munities across the United
States are expected to partici-
Ite.
In making the announcement,
Eleanor Marvin, national presi-
dent of NCJW. stated: "The Sec-
ond Summit Conference is a uni-
que opportunity for a broad rep-
resentation of Council member-
ship to reaffirm its commitment
to the people of Israel, to gain
perspective on the tremendous
changes wrought by the Yom
Kippur War. and to give mean-
ingful input that will help shape
new programs to meet Israel's
critical educational and social
needs."
The National Council of Jew-
ish Women, founded in 1893, is
one of the oldest major Ameri-
can Jewish women's organiza-
tions. Its 100.000 members are
committed to a broad program
of community service, social and
legislative action and education
here and in Israel.
GASf Officers Elected;
[G o.o To Meet Tuesday Eve.
5P of M i a m i i Group
Smoker's Pollution I
.'. ts the second Tuesday
mth, recently ela I
.- for the coming year, in-
Arthur Frankel, ;
. k Howell, vice presi-
liam Murphy, i
Mark Greene, record-
<< -'Minding secretary.
ahfl programs for the
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i. be held Tuesday.
the Fust Federal Sav-
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