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

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"(Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Vo:ume 47 Number 33
Miami, Florida Friday. August 16, 1974
. i bj v.i :
Two Sections
Price 25 csnta
Gerald R. Ford Is 38th U.S. President
By Special Report
WASHINGTON, D.C. In a simple ceremony pre-
sided over by Chief Justice Warren Burger, Gerald R.
Ford was sworn in as the 38th President of the United
States last Friday and moved quickly to assure the world
that the nation had undergone a smooth transition from
the Nixon Administration to the Ford Administration.
THE NEW PRESIDENT delivered a short address
to the overflow crowd in the East Room and a national
television audience which emphasized healing and recon-
ciliation as his first goal, and during the weekend revealed
his plans to convene a panel of experts to study the na-
tion's economy and halt runaway inflation.
President Ford's nationally televised speech Monday
night from the U.S. House of Representatives was well
received, but some observers adopted a "wait and see" at-
titude towards the specific proposals which may be of-
fered as solutions to the problems.
The Ford Administration's Middle East policy will
have its first test this week with the arrivals in Washing-
ton of Egyptian Foreign Minister Ismail Fahmy and King
Hussein of Jordan. The visits by Middle East figures were
.scheduled before Nixon's resignation from the Presidency.
Israeli Premier Yitzhak Rabin told his Cabinet in
Jerusalem Sunday that no date has been set for his pro-
posed visit to Washington. Israeli officials said they
GtKALD RUDOLPH FORD
38th President of the United States
expected it to take place in September or October, shortly
ifter Foreign Minister Yigal Allon goes to New York to
attend the opening of the United Nations General Assem-
bly.
ARAB LEADERS reportedly have expressed concern
over the transition of power because Ford, when he was
the Republican leader in the House, frequently made
speeches on behalf of Israel and, like most Congressmen
supported a strong Israel.
But sources here said his aides have insisted that
this did not rule out efforts by Ford for a Middle East
settlement and the continued improvement of U.S. ties
with the Arab world. The new White House Press Secre-
tary. Jerald TerHorst. said Friday, "The President, along
with Secretary Kissinger underlines the continuity of bi-
partisan American foreign policy"
Fahmy arrived Monday to start another round of Mid-
dle East peace talks with Secretary of State Henry A.
Kissinger and may also confer with Ford. The talks are
expected to focus on the resumption of the Geneva peace
conference and Israeli territorial withdrawals. The deli-
cate matter of Palestinian representation at the Geneva
conference is expected to be one of the subjects discussed,
reliable sources said.
Continued on Page 11-A
Ford and Israel: What's Ahead?
By MURRAY Zl'CKOFF
JTA News Kditor
WASHINGTON. DC. (JTA)
With Gerald Rudolph Ford as
the new President, the question
uppermost in the minds of Jew-
ish leaders and the Jewish com-
RICHABD M. NIXON
. stepped down
Decision A
'Matter Of
Deep Regret"
WASHINGTON. D. C.
President Nixon's deci-
sion to submit his resigna-
' hi last week was a "mat-
ter of deep regret" to many
lewish leaders, who ex-
pretsed sorrow over the
events which led to the step
and gratitude for his aid and
-taunch friendship for Is-
rael.
Lewis D. Cole, chairman,
and Isaiah M. Minkoff, ex-
ecutive vice chairman of the
National Jewish Community
Relations Advisory Council,
hailed Mr. Nixon's "reasser-
tion of the goals of interna-
tional peace and domestic
harmony as one of the last
acts of his presidency."
The nation's Jewish lead-
ers declared, however, that
they were confident that
President Ford will continue
America's efforts for peace
m the Middle East and eco-
nomic, diplomatic and mili-
tary support for Israel.
munity as a whole is what, if any,
changes can be expected in the
American Middle East policy.
The consensus, both private
and public, emerging this week-
end is that there will be no sub-
stantial change and that the U.S.
will continue to seek ways to
help establish a stable and last-
ing Mideast peace.
ONE OF the encouraging signs.
in addition to Ford's self-express-
ed attitude of friendship for the
Jewish State, is that Secretary- of
State Henry A. Kissinger will
continue in his position under
the new Administration. Ford
himself made it clear that he will
continue the foreign policy devel-
oped by President Nixon.
Speaking extemporaneously in
front of his home Thursday
night shortly after Nixon con-
cluded his resignation speech.
Ford declared: "Let me say with-
out hesitation or reservation that
the policy that has achieved peace
and built the blocks for future
peace will be continued as far
as I am concerned as President
of the United States."
He also referred by name to
only one member of Nixon's
Cabinet. Kissinger, who directed
the talks which led to the disen-
gagement asreements between
Israel and her Arab neighbors.
Egypt and Syria.
FORD PRAISED Kissinger as
Continued on Page 4-A
Lebanese Border Clashes
Continue; Boat Is Sunk
TEL AVIV (JTA> An
Israel. Navy patrol boat inter-
cepted and sank a boat manned
by terrorists in a brief exchange
of fire off Israel's northern coast
near the Lebanese border shortly
before midnight Friday. There
were no Israeli casualties.
A military spokesman said the
sunken craft was identified as
the same type used by terrorists
who infiltrated the Lsraeli sea-
side town of Nahariya and killed
four persons last June 23. It was
belie.ed to be engaged in a sim-
ilar atteT.pt to infiltrate ter-
rorists into israe: by sea for as-
saults on civilians.
ISRAELI PLANES bombed
and strafed villages in southern
Lebanon twice last Wednesday,
killing three persons, wounding
15 and cat-sing considerable
property damage, the Lebanese
government sai i.
A Lebanese government
spokesman in Beirut said waves
of Israeli jet fighters attacked
the eastern slopes of Mount Her-
mon before dawn and again far
two hours in the afternoon.
The Israeli military command
Continued on Page 5-A
BUT WILL NOT BE FIRST TO BREAK TREATIES
'Israel Will Not Sit Idly By', Rabin Warns
TEL AVIV (JTA) Pre-
mier Yitzhak Rabin warned last
week that while Israel will not
be the first to break the disen-
gagement treaties, 'neither shall
we sit idly by should our enemies
do so."
SPEAKING at a rally of para-
troopers at the Mann Audito-
rium, Aug. 7, Rabin said that
Syria was leading the Arab
states into preparing for another
war.
"We always used to regard our
main enemy as from the south,
Egypt," Rabin said. "But it is not
Impossible that Syria, Iraq or
even Jordan may amass a mili-
tary strengt h greater than
Egypt's."
Rabin noted the unprecedented
increase in military strength by
the Arab states, especially Syria.
'Experience has taught us." he
said, "that preparing tor war be-
fore it starts is half the victory.
We do not want war but we do
not fear war."
THE PREMIER said that Is-
rael has created a people that
"will both build and fight," and
added that while he believes Is-
rael has never faced graver prob-
lems, he is convinced that Israel
has the strength and ability to
overcome these obstacles.
Rabin, accompaniel by Defense
TEKOAH WRITES WAiDrfflM j
Letter Categorically j
Rejects Syrian Claim I
My YITZHAK RABI
UNITED NATIONS fJTA) Israel has "categorically
rejected" Syrian attempts to involve it in the crash of a United
Nations plane over Syrian territory last Friday m which nine
Canadian members of the UN Emergency Force were killed.
In a letter to Secretary General Kurt Waldheun, Israel s UN
Ambassador Yosef Tekoah characterized as "a sheer fabrication
Syria's contention that Israeli Air Force jets had penetrated
Syrian air space at the time the UN plane went down.
ACCORDING TO THE SYRIAN VERSION, the UN plane
was hit by Syrian missiles fired at invading Israeli aircraft.
Tekoah called the Syrian claim "a transparent and futile attempt
to involve Israel in this tragic disaster for which Syria alone is
responsible.
Continued on Page 3-A
MM
I )
Minister Shimon Peres ar.d Chief
of Staff Mordechai Gur, visited
the Golan Heights August 7,
While stressing that there was
no special significance in the
visit, he again emphasized that
Israel will maintain the cease-
fire and disengagement agree-
ments but will not sit by idly if
Syria violates them.
RABIN SAID he has learned
that Syria has no intention of re-
building Kuneitra although one
of their main arguments during
the disengagement negotiations
was that she wanted the return
of Kuneitra to enable its former
inhabitants to return home.
Diplomatic sources in Cairo
have reported that Egypt is
calling up some of its reserves.
However, the government is
keeping quiet about the moves.
A hint of such action by Foreign
Minister Ismail Fahmy in Paris
was omitted from the three
Arabic-language newspapers in
Cairo although tt was reported
in the French and English
language dailies.


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Page 2-A
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Friday, August 16, 1974
Beware: Politicians and Gifts
By ERNEST B. FTBOrBSOX
Los Angeles Times Syndicate
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Imminent Israeli Attack"
PARIS IJTAI Frv
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say that the Soviet Union ha-
I an Immanent Israe.i
attack or. the Arabs.
The IM*t came from the
Soviet Ambassador to Lebanon.
Sai var Azimov to Yassir Arafat,
head of the Palestine Label
inizatJen, amwriing to the
. r :-Le Jour. The
paper sai d Azimov
that he had information in nil
possession which indicated an
imminent Israeli attack on Arab
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tion of a Palestinian state
Azimov was quoted by the Bei-
rut paper An-Nahar as saying
leaie-i Israel might SOOfI attack
ne Of more of the Arab fronts
and the Palestinian refugee
camps in order to freeze the
Middle East peace efforts and
vbs'.ruct the resumption of the
Saneva peace conference,'1
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ports. Soviet and Arab sources
firmed that Azimov met artti
Arafat b-t refuaad to comment
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-Jewisti fhrkMat)
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of the United Way's Unit E.
This is Mr. Beck's first year of
campaign responsibility
with the United Way. His unit
will be campaigning within Dado
County's construction Industry.
Edward T. Stephenson, presi-
dent of the Dade County Federa-
tion of Labor, has been appointed
cochairman of the United Way's
Unit E.
Stephenson has a long his-
tory of Involvement with t|he
l nited Way. Last year he servei
as cochairman of Unit E, and he
has served on the board of direc-
tors for a number of years. His
unit will be campaigning within
Dade County's construction in-
dustry.
David Neale
Z. V. Beck, Jr.
5 United Waj^ Unit Leaders
Appointed By James McLamore
David C. Neale, division man-
or Southland 7-11 Food
gt ires, has been appointed chair-
f the United Way's Unit H
by 1974 General Campaign
Chairman, James W. McLamore,
Chairman of the Board of Burger
King Corporation.
This is Mr. Neale's first year
as a top Campaign leader. He
his rvs|>onsibility for soliciting
United Way contributions from
Dade County's wholesale and re-
tail food and beverage industry,
including meat packers, bakers,
ice firms, and bottlers.
William S. Frates of Frates,
: Pearson. Stewart, Proen-
za, and Richman was named co-
ch tii man of the United Way's
Unit F.
[nvolved this year for the first
in a major leadership posi-
t: in with the United Way, Mr.
>s has responsibility for so-
United Way contribu-
from Dade County's banks,
- brokers, accountants, law-
ami finance companies.
Michael J. Fenello. Vice
lent Operational Coordi-
i Eastern Airlines. Inc.,
een appointed chairman of
.MtM Wav's Unit G.
Last year Capt. Fenello held
the same position. His unit will
be campaigning within Dade
County's aircraft equipment sup-
plies, business service and equip-
ment firms, major hotels, and
metals and plastics industries.
Z. V. Beck, Jr., general per-
sonnel manager of Southern Bell,
has been appointed cochairman
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has introduced legislation to pro-
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I>ersons unable to work standard
working hours.
The legislation, H.R. 16318,
provides that 10 percent of all
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'The Flexible Hours Employ-
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Job opportunities for working
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Letter Categorically
Rejects Syrian Claim
Continued from Page 1-A
The allegation that Israeli planes had penetrated Syrian air
-pace at the time the United Nations plane was downed is a
r fabrication which is categorically rejected." Tekoah stated
in his letter to Waldheim. "The Israel Defense Forces spokesman
has already announced that there was no Israeli aerial activity in
the area when the United Nations aircraft was shot down by the
Syrian armed forces Tekoah said.
THE ISRAELI DENIAL appeared to be supported by a dis-
crepancy noted by observers here between the Syrian report of
incident and the report by the United Nations Truce Super-
vision Organization (UNTSO). According to the Syrian account.
l>raeli planes raiding Lebanon appeared over Syrian territory at
1 p.m. local time Friday, the time the UN plane was shot down.
The UNTSO report, however, placed the Israeli sortie over
Lebanon at 3 p.m. local time, two hours later. A UN spokesman
could not explain the discrepancy. He said an investigation was
underway by the UN as well as by Canadian authorities.
Tekoah requested that his letter be circulated as an official
document of the General Assemblv and the Security Council.
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Friday, August 16,
1974
Ford and Israel: What's Ahead?
Continued from Page 1-A
"a very great man" who has help-
ed "to build the blocks of peace
under President Nixon I think
those policies of peace will be
continued, and those policies oi
peace should be continued.'
Observing that Kissinger had
agreed to continue on as Secre-
tary. Ford added that it means
that "toe and I *:!! be working
together in the permit of pea.-e
in the future, as we have achiev-
ed in the past '*
The nw Preslier.t issued ; -
ilar assurances whec be met Ffci
day icr hM.. Aaaeassador
Slmcha Dime and affirmed that
the l"-> would coatume Hi
fneadshjD aad take :he repaired
action to strengthen Israel's eeoa-
9
tary forces.
!
'!> rvBorted Sere His eet
lag cue. D.s aas one ii<
:.t_; .: aec-1-r.ji --- anc hisssir
ger held with some 60 foreign
envoys some two hours after Ford
took the oath of office.
IN THE presence -reporters.
Fold t*>H a group -it 15 Arab
diplomats that negotiating not
only with opponents but with
your own party is difficult, too."
citing his 25 years in
He assured the Arab envoy- that
Kanaanar would continue to con-
duct Middle East Begot
he did for forsaer President
Nixon
Ford also stressed in h. Bhart
mg wrth the .Arabs the eaartiaaarj
of '.'i foreign policy and his
je*ire ti acMaac a hartiBt peace
and friendship with all of the
Arab nations
This policy was also under-
lined by Nixon in his resignation
sceech Citing his own foreign
palej programs, he Hid that in
the Mideast 100 million people
IB the Arab countries, many of
Arab Presence Here
We must one quickly arrr curseives against a grcw-
inc Arab aggressiveness in the Western Hemisphere.
There is -ere H this than the simple" investment of
buliens :: .:_-;: drills in American enterprises some
of them right here in Florida.
The greater problem is in Latin Americc. for Latin
Amoco repute mtk tlktaton* and army-run nation*
shudders and groans with poverty and rage and revclu::::.
Fide! Castrr s inftkd failure to transport Commun-srr.
Ban :h_-c-cr. Irr.estc Z'r.e Guevara does not mean he will
nc: try agate. Latins want change, both political ana
econcmic they are ripe fcr it
In such an atmosphere the spirit of the Third World
breathes.
There the oppressed are not quite sure, or they can
not believe that the Third World represents some of the
most effective eppressive societies on the face of the earth.
In the propaganda war among East, West, and the
Third Wcrid it is a fair assumption that the Third World is
taking the opening rounds.
Arab Ministers in Pern
The A.-ac natiOBi with :helr new billions as a conse-
quence of thok incredible oil profits, are powerful advo-
OOlM of the Third World at the same time that they are
no: Third World economically and that in fart, some of
them, principally Saudi Arabia, presume to lean closely
toward the United States.
The Ara aotfoui in IBM context ere therefore the new
creed c: ::.:: .olists in beggars disguise.
The risfi to ?erz hi ."one of mLnisters from three oil-
crcauc.r.r Arab sta:esAlgeria. Kuwait, Libyagraphic-
ally demonstrates the extent to which Arab influence is
ncreos.nc m Latin Amerira.
Bur*. Levmsoc. chcirman of the Latin American Affairs
rc-nrr..~ee c: tne Ann-Defamation League af B'rxri B'riih.
r.a; nc:ec mat such c ._=. rxc years ago would have been
considerea exotic and fcZclcric
But the fact s that the Arab ministers succeeded dur-
~-~ their visit m establishing firm economic and financial
ban with Peru.
Fcr example Esxadir.e el Mabroujc, Libya's Minister
:: ?eccleum ana Mmerai Reaources, said that his govern-
ment would support development oi the ?e:_ 1 in-
fos**
Staggering Eft eet on U
Dine ::; Aigerics Bakric Abdessakxm who vowed to
tea Peru's z.z ::: membership is the C.-ccmaation of
>Jeu: I pat x LVwntriea
Ai ::: Km Salem Ateegy Mmjatew, of Fi-
.: faoulously wea.
-' -"-3 ; i rurrenfly ex-
.e passir irry of eetai 3 binational
. of these developments cave nc: staggering effect
e-siitn world steady groaning under
ihe impact :i anioTorable zz.z res c: trccle. of runds gush-
-"-r -"-''- ------ 'z:z : : the cu .:
needs :: steep western industry going.
I ncoverinm the Disguise
-ne ere-r en Isroel 1= equally obvious We nave co--
ntepJec 1 _mns often enouan
out as -.; ar.d 0= "ews we must crew douhlv
sensitive :: .opments. They cat not bode weL
:;: :-" :mmun.ty wmch the 7-^_ World =ee;
or at lees: .: says tt sees. Jews not as lews but as 2Lcmsis
and while imperialists.
The appresscr in sheep's r?o*iih-tc is crrecdy icnee-
deep in the oily ooze of cs coruquests. We must .earn, zs
we have sc_d cicly, to tmcower his d_= r-.se.
whom have considered us their
enemies for nearly 20 years, now
look on us as their friends. We
must continue to build on that
friendship so that peace can set
tie at last over the Middle East.
and i* that the cradle of civili-
tatioa will not become its grave."
bv .'. much taa aattj to assess
Fmft haaaja poi-cy Haaa be-
>ond rte generalities he made
s.-.-t IWnia] *.i.-.: Hi> in-
aabeate: .\pertise m for-
eiiTn affairs has been almost nil
Wketever abihues he nuy have
in dealing with these complex
banal and in relating to the di-
verse and even antagonistic ideo
logies and objectives of the Rus-
sians. Chinese and .Arabs will be
tested shortly.
To a large extent Ford will be
able to pay more attention to
building and reinforcing IS
foreign policies because for the
first time in decades the U.S. is
not embroiled in fighting wars
abroad AL-o. the foreign policies
developed by Nixon will not be
o\ ershadowed and diminished by
Watergate.
Ford s views and actions in the
area of foreign affairs *ill de-
velop in the course of time
lied by Bis tan growing :.-.
sight! and the imperative needs
of the nation to develop its econ-
omy domestically and its d.p..-
matic and economic ties abroad
FORD HAS said that while he
was once IB U iti Bill he is now
ardent iBterastioaalisl
Taking him at his word the Qace-
- at this time is not how m
internationalism but what k.
not with uhom he will seek clos-
er ties but to what extent
-rvers note that Ford, as I
Middle American, is less likely
to seek the kind of alliances ar.d
foreign commitments that will
require greater tax burdens on
the American people.
During the interim period, un-
til Ford and the new Administra-
tion has had a chance to settle
down, the new President is like-
ly to act in an ad hoc fashion
and pragmatically, taking his
cues from those in his Cabinet
who will help him shape and for-
mulate foreign policy, foremost
perhaps. Kissinger
FORD'S KNOWN capacity to
moderate between divergent
news and groups in the House
while he was Republican leader
indicates that he may strive to
find soaae common ground
among the diverse forces in
America's political and economic
wena that have interests in the
Middle East
There is no question, however,
observers lay, -hat Ford will opt
for a policy of peace in the Mid
east and try to achieve a balane.
between Israeli and Arab need,
because that is the best course
for the L.S. on many levels to
safeguard its current invest
ments, especially in Saudi Arx
ba. and to lay the basis for open
ing up new areas for American
capital, particularly in the Egyp.
tian petrochemical industry; to
offset whatever gains the Soviet
I'nion still has in the area and to
prevent the Russians from estab-
lishing political and economic
hegemony while seeking. 3* the
same time, to develop a policy
of co-existence with the USSR in
the Mideast; to g:ve the new Ad-
ministration some respite from
concentrating its energies abroad
and begin to focus on a -.estic
Continued on Page 6 V
COMMENT
Narrow mindedness. bigotry
and prejudfaa have all beer,
good political coin for those who
know now to use them de^
Richard Nixon got his start that
way and never really changed.
apes have revealed.
Dor.'t bother sending Julie to
Jacksonville for an art show, he
.iis men a waste of
s.nce art lovers are lei
and Jews By no me;
as sor
- -
es play -o your sti

read Je
led and ignorar.*
i >ugh to
BECAUSE .'
have established
- a- above Ihfa
tea : "
- of vo:


to be Baking headway ai
so*ne Jews Ft some n
1
the D*i<
aroused the worst in many peo-
ple *
ing of wh
Been nere disturbi-
fact that Alfredo Di
young man who was 1
by Gev. Askew to fill a ra
- keel Baanl tad has
dimagaitaed himself in the past
months a: a :'
league to such people as I
tts Miller. Holmes Bra-:
1" Ttarwei -i. nc -----
l.bera! tradition wk
jA SVStr-
cial target ef what I consider a
caapaun ewery Jew
eves if only f;r icJf-protec
in I :' campaign often
.ed at our own Jewish can-
didates and one that must not
be perm.. -jeeeed.
Duraa's opponent, who bills
If as Dr Linton T
bes in attacking the
e-iucation in a
r.akes
it clear that Cuban-born I'
zn "as a Cu-
ban
GIVEN THK tre of
aroun
u
riai etc.
the T
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:
leas* li! n M at

bv BWARD (DUES
which would normally vote for J
liberal candidate like Dut
reject the appaall '
which his opponent is making
Even if the quest; >B "A b:
lingual education is corf.sed -I
and all Duran is very ?: >perij
urging is that it be a voluntary|
choice one would expect Jew-
ish voters to recogn.
when it raises its nfly voice. W(
forget much as new ger.eratio*>
became more and more part of
- flaw
vhe-i of "'
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Friday. August 16. 1974
Number J
28 AB 573*|


Friday, August 16, 1974
Lebanese Border Clashes
Continue; Boat Is Sunk
Continued from Page 1-A
I t;,u raids, but, said
avtea only.*, low mip-
. that all planes returned
. hitting terrorist tar-
M'-
oss tne border.
THE ISRAELIS released no
f_ ,, nags or casualties.
,'. Lebanese government
,,:-, in Beirut said two
illagersandaPalestin-
gee were killed. He said
the A red ""* Lebanese vil-
.keeman said the after-
rat ised considerable
. to farm;, telephone
Blh' electric generators
mber of houses. A gov-
, source said 11 villages
Arkoub region were hit.
:,m is known by Is-
- Patahland r-ecause it is
believe-i to be the base of opera-
the Palestinian guerril-
.-.. : aids on Israel.
ALIHOrOll the Israeli com-
Public Invited
To Future Shock"
The l.t-igue of Women Voters
-litan Dade County in-
-, public to a special
of the film "Future
narrated by Orson
Wednesday at 2 p.m. at
Of Mr and Mrs. Cyrus
23 NW S9th St.
Shock" emphasizes
for involvement of the
in their society. For
-n it will be shown at
I ...I membership meeting.
art memhershio drive
; lac Sunday. Sept. 8.
. to 5 p.m., at the
YWCA, 100 SE 4th St. Baby-
- rrices will be provided
ART EXHIBIT Washington
1 ~*:-i! -Sart"^ and Loan Asse
cial is presenting an exhibil
;. Ben Huberman
12 at its main of-
I 170-1 \l : ...in Aviv. Miami
B
manri did not give a reason for
the air attacks the firal SUi Ii
strikes since July 23 they
were rfloujtfa to-bc^lnvetiiliatlon
for the abduction Tuesday of
four Arab laborers in Israel by
armed infiltrators from Le-
banon.
lhe Israeli command said
that Israeli troojis followed the
abductors across the border in
attempts to rescue the laboreis.
hut succeeded only in bringing
back six sus;>cvts. Israel also
saiii one of the laborers eluded
his captors anil after hiding in
the Lebanese hills for the night
lipped back into Israel.
The Lebanese Defense Minis-
try accused Israel of precipitat-
ing the fighting by sending 15
half-tiacks across the border un-
der the cover of artillery fire.
IhtyIhhIy's
talking About,..
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Page 6-A
KkmiitinuAMm
Friday, August 16.1974.
Ford and Israel: What's Ahead?
Continued from Page 4-A
& vs. ISOCitfcsHy inflation and
unemployment: ami to maintain
U S. as a force capable of
to kubilixe a trouble-
t IM
Peace ir: the Mideast is also an
economic necessity lor the U.S.
at rail -'. DC sspecUHy in an-
other wsy, observers DOtsd.
IK THE MDmASI economics
were la rex srt 1 ful peacetime
ivitisa sad the national bud*
,.,< :: and Syria
were no lor.ce: largel} devoted
to militaxj i U.S. trade
v.;; \ .. / BS OOUld bSC(
thua pro-
t- an additional market toi
Asm -1 **** 3n,i
H Ol
Unarioan oil Hnna would be
more tecure and less subject to
11 nationalisation.
howevei, doss no! mean
Old the new Adminta-
;-,-.: n will seek to exert one-
tided pressure or. Israel for her
to ei ma h > accommodation
with the Arab states on their
terms.
In fact aome Ars* newspspera
arc. ap seamen have already ex-
pressed det; I it Ft rd
^ eve *! than
Nixon ou-<
. I be the
ed that 1 ted
- me l
L\S
relocated *
- .
ISRAELI FOREIGN Ministei
\ th Ford
-
Viet after-
v,.. is cons
1
sty well
, i
ta
-.
: .. | wr -
F : la Isi
-

. I last
On Jan. 8. in an address to the
Manufacturing Chemists Asso-
ciation in Washington. Ford
hinted that continuation of the
Arab oil embargo could lead to
.ailment of food shipments
to Arab countries where food
commodities are perennially in
short sup
"CLOSE AX OIL valve in the
Middie East and you threaten to
shut down a farm tractor in our
Middle West." he stated. Halt
the tractor and some people in
t.-.< work) will hunger for bread."
Ford observed that a -circu-
lar flow" was required to keep
the Industrialised nations running
and to prov OS ".'.ie Middle East
witfa its bask needs, meaning a
flow of oil to the West and a
flow of :' On Feb. 24. Ford told several
hundred persons attending the
S6th annual award dinner of
B'nai Zion. where he was pre-
sented with the group's 19.4
America-Israel Friendship Gold
Medal in recognition of his out-
standing, contributioni to the
i ance of America Israel
that a "large share"
of the credit for the Suez disen-
gagement accord accrues to the
com an I vision of
tenders in both Egypt and I-
ADDRESSTXG mself to the
a .< : the Israeli POWs in Syr-
ia | at "humani- I
ns indicate
nd Israel should ex-
ists of prisoners ami
th aides pi nit Red Ci n
He also told the gativ
a of | eace is

tern
I
natives but to r

Pres
to i
-'
ngthening
... ah
-
THE THEN Premier Golda
Meir, m a message, called Ford
a great American leader whose
whole career beais testimony to
his profound humanitarianism.
his fearless support for freedom
everywhere and his genuine
fuendship for Israel."
Abba Eban. who was then
Foreign Minister, also sent a
message lauding Ford for his "ef-
forts to strengthen the bonds of
friendship between the people of
the United States and the peo-
ple of Israel" and for his "un-
swerving and meaningful cham-
pionship of the State of Israel in
its struggle lor peace and se-
ity."
Meanwhile, it is expe ted that
there will be a hiatus in the Ad-
ministration's foreign policy ac-
t.v-.ties while the changing of
the guard takes place and while
it reassesses priorities on the
domestic front.
But it is pn cisely this hi itus
unavoidable in terms of shift-
ing gears that is causing some
anxiety among Jewish leaders in
ths country and Israeli leaders
as well, that the Arabs and Rus-
sians may try to create some un-
toward situation in the Mideast
in order to test the new Presi-
dent's mettle.
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Funeral services were held
Tuesday for Miami Beach's
colorful mayor, Charles
^Chuck) Hall. 56. who died
Saturday apparently of a
heart attack. HalL Metropo-
litan Dade County's fust
mayor-from 1964 to 1970-
had announced last week his
intention to resign his Miami
Beach post in order to run
for the Metro mayorship
again.
Orthodox Tb Hold
5-Day Convention
In Boca Raton
Jewish civil rights will be one
of the central themes discussed
-at the upoeming 76th Anniver-
sary Biennial Convention of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations of America, according
to a statement released by Harold
M. Jacobs, UOJCA preside -t
The five day event, which will
take place Thanksgiving Week-
end at the Boca Raton Hotel and
Club in Boca Raton, Nov. 27-
Dec. 1. will bring together the
outstanding lay and rabbinic
leaders of the North America
Orthodox Jewish Community.
The convention program will
place a major emphasis fhc
sorely neglected area of ' civil rights, the problem- faced
by the Jewish poor and acd. the
Sabbath observer, and Jewish
victims of reverse discrimination.
According to general conve*
tion chairman Al H. Tho:r.as ol
Memphis. Tenn., and cv chair-
man Marvin Herskou itz (I New
York City, sessions at
-. tnnon will help synagoo
ers better understand the
; m- and needs of those ir
communities, and the avi
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Page 7-A
The Bitter Fruits of Naming Your Own Boss
By JOSfJ'H ALSOP
Lo, AngcM Time* Syndicate
WASHINGTON At the
Nixon Brezhnev summit, the
world is now unknowingly
watching the logical consequen-
ces oi an event of seven years
That was when the j.rofes-
SmI leaders of the Soviet arm-
^ forces acquired the unusual
prerogative of naming their own
boss.
jjo other major nation in niod-
err; times Mas given this preroga-
tive to Its senior men in uniform
excepl for Japan in the decade
cr go before the attack upon
pear] Harbor. The lonely prece-
dent is not exactly encouraging.
WHAT HAPPENED back in
1967 was simple enough. Nearly
a vea: earlier, the Soviet defense
minister of those days, Marshal
Malinovsky. succumbed
to cancer.
earner was known to be
,, by the last months of
i ho Politburo made no
move to replace the dying man
at the head of the armed forces.
At a minimum, that indicated
uncertainty about what to do
next.
The justification for the uncer-
- then revealed when
-k> died in the spring of
196"
!T I* now known with cer-
B majority of the So-
iro wished to name a
) man, Dlmitrl Ustinov,
ext defense minister
restoring what we should
c, in control" f the arna-
e
; i.sn known with certainty
that 1 itary loaders in.-"
ii.. ii another profei
y man must re]
t inovsky.
was evidently
. complex, for the So-
. ked a defense min-
ntlre fortnight.
IN THE end, however, the
11 ilitary leaders got
|th< II but certainly with
Lssistance <>f Li
I now theSo\ let
s,
as the
Marshal Andrei A.
is Btil :

: ill in, ml
itburo.
people hi thi S
111 munil '. or
'.., >te nst denl
. hi ve be< n bra' e
t< draw the oto\ l< >us de>
n the
: ivi l-estal ii he I
e the
are so ble.
\ I \ minimum, you have to
any hun an society
to being militarlzi d if
etj gives its n fessional
leaders the unique pre-
; rative that these men have
in the Soviet Union.
. minimum, you must also
Judge Spector Qualifies
For Supreme Court Race
Judge Sam Spector, a member
First District Court of Ap
<"' of Florida for eight years.
lualified as a candidate for
: We Supreme Court seat of retir-
ing Justice Richard Ervin.
Judge Spector. who presently
as chairman of the Con-
, ference of Judges of the District
Court< of Appeal, served as As-
sistant Attorney General for a
ear period prior to his
tlection to the Appellate Court
jCksen A Candidate
Attorney Matthew Gissen has
announced his candidacv for the
[Uistnct 119 seat in Florida's
House of Representatives. A 1967
graduate of the University of Mi-
"" School of Law, Gissen serves
i on the; Drug Abuse Committees
of the-American and Florida Bar
Assoclath5nT-------*-
assume that in such a society
the professional military leaders
have an automatic veto over all
matters within their own pro-
vince, plus an enormously high
call upon the share of national
resources invested in armed
strength.
THESE ASSI'MPTIONS are
in full accord with everything
that has happened since 1967. in-
cluding the years of so-called
"detente."
Not least in the "detente"
years, Soviet armed strength has
been continuously increased at
va stcost a,nd with iron deter-
mination.
As his last message as a bril-
liant chief of naval operations,
Adm. Elmo Zumwalt therefore
had to tell the country that the
United States had now lost con-
trol of the seas to the Soviet
navy.
JOStPH ALSOP
WHAT HAS been happening
at the Nixon-Brezhnev summit
meeting has instead concerned
U.S. and Soviet strategic forces,
however.
In the nuclear-strategic area,
the Soviets have already tested
and are now beginning to deploy
a whole series of powerful new
missiles. The majority have the
multiple warheads that used to
be regarded as a comforting
American monopoly.
By no coincidence. Soviet test-
ing of these new missiles began
almost immediately after the
conclusion of the first SALT
agreement.
THE TESTS incidentally re-
vealed the usual overoptimism of
U.S. estimates of Soviet weapons
development. The new Soviet
submarine-launched missile, for
instance, has exactly twice the
range about 4,000 miles
that the Soviets had been
thought capable of achieving be-
fore the test.
Testing and deployment of
these new missiles in turn creat-
ed a wholly novel negotiating
situation for Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger.
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further about strategic arms lim-
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Rabbi Harold Richter Becomes
Jewish Chaplain of Broward County
Dr. Norman AtUin. proakleni
of the Jewish VV'elfare^Rteration
of Greater ffW: and Pr
Stanie.- MartJraes.^fMlrmad H
the JevisJi chaplaincy Study
i. nee. have anno.inoe.l the
appointment of Rabbi Ha.
Richer to :!ie newly created post
of Jewish Chaplain o:' Broward
County.
The announcement was made
in conjunction with the Jewish
Federation of Greater Ft. Lander-
dale and the Broward Board of
]...; Is, as the position will be
funded by both Hollywood and
Ft. Laude'rdale Federations.
Rabbi Richter. who assumed
his post Aug. 1. will conduct
weekly roHcious services at South
Flor da Mentil Hospital as well
as minister to the needs of Jew-
ish hospital patients and penal
institution inmates who find
thenveives in need of religious
counseling.
Rabbi Richter was born in Chi-
cago, 11!. He received his rab-
binical training at the Hebrew
The-.'lojrica! Colle e of Chicago,
anil t)M Mcsifta Torah Vodaath
in Brooklyn, where he was ordain-
ed. He also studied at the Jewish
Theological Seminary, the Uni-
versity of Illinois. Fmmanuel Col-
lege and the University of Mi-
ami.
Rabbi Richter has served as
sp ritual leader cf congregations
in Nantkoke, Pa.: 01.vph.ant. Pa.;
South Haven. Mich.; Miami. Fla.;
Gloversville. N.Y.. and for the
past 2^4 years, he has been the
rabbi of B'nai Abraham Syna-
gogue in Easton. Pa.
He has also served as Michigan
Regional Secretary of the Zion-
ist Organization of America; sec-
retary of the Rabbinical Associa-
tion of Greater Miami: treasurer
of the i. apital District Board of
Rabbis ir. Albany. NY.: and sec-
retary of the Ea-toi'.-Philiipsburg
C;e lociatkn).
Rabbi Richter is a mem! er <'f
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the Board of the Family Coun-
seling Service of Northampton
t >n Count., and a board member
of ProJeCt, an ecumenical or-
ganisation which fosters service
projects for needy families and
individuals of the Easton area.
While in Gloversvike. Rabbi
Richter edited a weekly column
entit.ed -Your Rabbi Speaks-- for
tiie Jewish World of the Albany-
Scher.e>-tady area. He was also
religious counselor at Fulton-
Montgomery Community College
in Johnstown, NY, and served as
chaplain at the Tryon School for
Bo; s In Johnstown.
While in Eatton he has l ei n
Lecturer in Hebrew in the
Language Department at Lafay-
ette College, where he taught the
first-year Introductory Course
Modern Hebrew. He hai
been active at the Hillel Society
of Lafayette College.
Rabbi Richter has always acted
as Educational Director of the,
religious schools of his congrega-
tions, holding weekly study
groups on Jewish literature, var-
ied lapses of Jewish interest and
Study of Hebrew for the
llts of the Synagogue. He has
. del] ed organize Scnolar-in-
Residence weekends where Jew
ish scholars of national renown
participate in teaching and dis-
cussion.
Ra bi Richter and his wife
former Devera Derr.is of M
Beach, have three children.
Joseph. 7: Miriam. 6; and Saul, 3
Miami-Dade South
Offering Hebrew,
History Classes
In response to a petition from
members of the Hi.lel Jewish
Students group (Tzavta) at Mi-
a'mi-Dade Community College
South, a course in element.ir;
Hebrew will be offered this fall.
Registration for Hebrew 101 is
now in progress. The class will
meet Mondays. Wednesdays and
Fridays at 10:00 a.m.
Hi'iel at Miami-Dade South i
one of the Hillel Jewish Student
Centers of Greater Miami, an
agency of the Jewish Federation.
Professor Ed Levinson. the Hil-
lel advisor on campus, points out
that Hebrew is the latest addi
tion to the developing curriculum
in fie Jewish studies area at Mi-
ami Dadc South.
A ccond course of special in
terest to be offered this semester
is History 245. a survey of Jew-
ish History and Culture. The His-
tory class follows immediately
after the Hebrew class.
Miami Dade Community Col-
lege South has responded to the
initiative of the Hillel students
and hopes that enrollment from
the community will make these
course listings permanent parts
of the curriculum." says Rabbi
Stanley A. Ringler, executive di-
rt ctor.
Dr. Zeitin Lectures Here
Dr. Josef Zeitin. who is cur-
rently on a nationwide lecture
tour, spoke to the guests of the
Sterling Hotel Saturday. Aug. 3
on the history of the Jews of
China. Rabbi Zeitin is considered
an authority in his field, having
made an intensive study of 2500
years of Judaism in China, and
served as rabbi in the city of
Shanghai for many years.
Friday, August 16, 1974
IA r-orVan Icr a*.,! Campaign Kick-Off Friday
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*Jeist fhrlcttan
Page 9-A
Henry May Make it After All
By MAX LERNER
Us Angeles Times Syndicate
WASHINGTONWhatever else
Henry Kissinger is or isn't, he is
_ don't ever doubt it a sur-
vivor Amid the wreck of reputa-
tions and careers in post-Water-
gate Washington he endures, and
nay even prevail.
Hi* greatest trial has predict-
,blv been that of success, especi
aIU in the Middle East diplo-
THE WORLD, and notably the
liberal community, will forgive
failures but it will not forgive
wceew ... .
Kissinger is philosopher
enough to understand this, but
not enough to be amused by it
He fightl backwhich distresses
tics who forget that he
didn't gel where he is by pas-
sivity.
As u happens I go along with
his foreign policy for the most
part But I am more skeptical of
the Ru^ian detente role than he
is, and more skeptical also ot
Soviet intentions on the SALT
talk-
YET I'VE felt from the start
that the effort to bring him down
via the bugging-inquiry route.
specially through the leaks from
the Hou-e Judiciary Committee,
was ungenerous and unfair.
He -truck back at Salzbunj.
w::n i .lesree of emotion which
,1 ho-.e who had mistaken
r an iceberg.
I thought at the time that the
striking hack tactic would work,
and the event seems to confirm
It.
THE LEAKS from the House
iry Committee dried up
i was a change of venue to
the Senate Foreign Relation-
Committee. President Nixon"?
to Chairman Fulbright
vitarri should have come earlier
further strengthened Kissing-
er position that his role in the
bu::;ng was marginal.
Kiss nger has told friends that
sding the FBI document-
lie f'->'.- that, if anything, he tfig-
iventated not under
stated his rol.
THE SALZBURG threat to re
.- not a put-on. It is all
n that the Senate corn-
will clear him (an influ-
ential member. Sen. Stuart Sy-
mington (D Mo.), savs he ha>
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nothing to worry about), yet Kis-
singer still talks darkly of re-
signing if more than three com
mittee members vote against him.
Why does he feel so strongly on
this issue?
The answer, I suspect, is that
it was intolerable for him to have
the Watergate infection spread
to his own position.
HIS JOB as secretary of state,
in a crippled Administration, is
hard enough without its authority
eroded by the Watergate plague
as well.
The Kissinger foreign policy
has been supple, sophisticated,
imaginative. The new questions
about it have to do with whether
it is also tough-minded.
One must doubt that so sea-
soned a veteran of Kremlin
studies and of nuclear studies
has many illusions about the Rus-
sians. But the Vietnamese war,
with its divisive impact on the
nation, has left its scar on his
thinking
THE ONE thing the United
States cannot afford. Kissinger is
known to feel, is a series of lo-
calized semi-military confronta-
tions that wiil resurrect Vietnam
debates and the Vietnam men-
tality.
I should myself agree that for
the Un|ted States to get some rel-
ative freedom from such con-
frontations would be a detente
plus. But we must constantly ask
how high a price we are willing
to oav for it.
THE PROBLEM with nuclear
weapons and the SALT talks is
even more tangled. Kissinger is
obviously no novice in this area.
Long discussions with Defense
Secretary James Schlesinger.
with the Joint Chiefs of Staff,
with his own arms control ex-i
perts, have put him on his mettle
In any arguments with critics of
his policies.
Clearly he doesn't feel there
is any gap in effective firepower
between the Soviets and the I
United States, and he is deter-1
mined to keep any gap from de-i
veloping one that would make
Americans insecure and might |
even tempt the Russians into a
preemptive first strike.
My own feeling is that on na-
tional purposes or nuclear or|
strategies the distance between
Sen. Henry Jackson (D.. Wash.)]
and Secretary Schlesinger on one
side, and Secretary Kissinger on
the other, is not as great as usu
ally thought.
BUT THERE are real differ
ences on assessments of the weap-
ons, available and to come for'
both the nuclear powers, and on
what tl\fy mean for nuclear suf
ficiency and national security.
That is what the coming nuclear
debate should focus on.
It was ironic that Kissinger
should have be*c called as a de
fense witness at the Ehrlichman
trial.
In all of Mr. Nixon's innor
circle, composed so largely o'
former advance men in the 1968
campaign, who had been brought
into the power center. Kissinger
alone was an outsider.
Yet. given Vice President
Ford's enthusiasm for him. one
reflects that of the whole policy
shaping group Kissinger is the
only one likely to survive the
holocaust.
20 Teenage Pilgrims To Conduct
c? O
Temple Menorah Services Saturday
Saturday morning a special
Sabbath Service, the first of its
kind at Temple Menorah. will
be conducted b\ CO teenagers
who will be returning from a Pil-
grimage to Israel. All of them
are senior high school students.
and members of the Menorah
USY. They will lead in the chant-
ing and the Torah reading in the
Main Sanctuary.
The sermon, titled "Pilgrims'
Profession of Faith." will be pre-
sented by four of the young e>-
ple. They will recount their
unique experiences in Israel
where they spent an Intensive
program of study and touring.
Steven Greenspan will relate
his soul-stirring "pilgrimage" to
Russia where he met with the
new Rabbi of Moscow as well as
with hundreds of Russian Jews.
Frank Varon, president of the
Greater Miami Youth Council.
will compare the youth of Israel
with the youth of America. Leon-
ard Maiman, regional vice presi-
dent of I'SV, will report on the
religious inspiration from Israel
and Lillian Olemberg will speak
of the inalienable bond between
American and Israeli Jews.
Following the services, at a
special Sabbath Luncheon served
to all teenagers. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will lead the young
people in a "D'Var Torah." a
scriptural lesson.
The returning Pilgrims will in-
troduce the new songs and
dances they learned in Isiael an i
will respond to questions from
members of junior and senior
USY who are invited to the
luncheon.
Parents of the Pilgrims, and
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.3c 1/ m cur V> J^icbnum
jDreamer, Founder, State Builder
^)NE WOULD be hard put to find two men so
dissimilar us Theodor Herzl and David Ben-
Gurion.
Both were dreamers, men of vision, as well
as pragmatists.
HERZL WAS also a prophet. He foretold
the date of the new State, but he never saw the
reality. B. G founded the State as much or more
than any other single individual, but his vision
was not so great that he could see that what
he envisioned would have to change. One cannot
program revolutions.
"Theodor Herzl: ArtiM and Politician." by-
Desmond Stewart (N. Y. Doubleday and Co..
$12.50. 395 pages i is the biography of the
father of political Zionism but not the father of
the modern state despite the statement to this
effect in the subtitle.
THE AUTHOR has obviously done a tre-
mendous amount of research which has enriched
him personally but which provides little new by
way of fact or interpretation to those with little
more than a superficial knowledge of Herzl.
The book is written in an entertaining style,
but there are a few errors that are perturbing.
Despite the injunction in Pirke Aboth. Jews did
not have the attitude of "not making themselves
known to the government." In 1896, Herzl did
not think that Baron Hirsch plan was "trans-
planting anti-Semitism from one region to an-
other."
"BcnGurion: State Builder," by Avraham
Avi-Hai (Now York. John Wiley and Sons. $12.50
354 pages) is the author's doctoral thesis at
Columbia University. He is a Canadian-born Is-
raeli and served in the Prime Minister's Office
after B.G.'s withdrawal, but he did have sev-
eral interviews with him.
THE BOOK is not a biography in the usual
accepted sense of the term. We are spared the
intimate personal details of the man's life.
The book is a study of principles and prag-
matism in state building. Consequently, the life
of the man is subordinated to the account of his
visions, his ideologies, his growth from a socialist
to labor leader, to labor politician, to an inter-
national figure and statesman and the ultimate
subordination of his socialist-political party
loyalty to concern for the good of his country.
AVI-HAI has written political history spun
about B.G., and the underlying theme of his
successes, "compromise through consensus."
The man had priorities and the state was
number one, with socialist ideology following,
and being an Ashkenazi Jew third.
The crises that have beset Israel in its first
two decades and about which the majority of
American Jews know little or nothing cannot be
understood without knowing what B.G. thought
and did.
^rCoberi Oeca/
Desperate Need for Mure
Post-War Economic Aid
C_ Last Year Was a Different World
Haifa
f")NE CAN obtain a dramatic il-
lustration of the change
which has taken place in Israel
since the Yom Kipnur War mere-
ly by looking back at some of
the problems which bothered us
in the pre-war days, before the
shock and the awakening.
What did we write about last
summer, in the quiet days of July
and August, when Israel felt se-
cure behind the Bar-Lev Line,
and laughed at Sadat's idle
threats?
WE SMILED at the antics of
Eli Avivi, who had set up an in-
dependent republic at Achziv,
and was challenging the authori-
ties who wanted to fence in his
empire.
We quoted with self-satisfac-
tion from an Arab professor at
the American University in Bei-
rut, who wrote that the science
and technology gap between Is-
rael and the Arab states was so
^reat that it would be genera-
tions, if ever, before the Arabs
could catch up.
WE RECALLED one of the
great success stories of Israel
the demonstration by an Ameri-
can expert that cotton could be
successfully grown in Israel, thus
confounding the local experts
who had predicted failure. They
were not the last experts to be
proven wror..
We commented on the inde-
pendence shown by the Russian
immigrants to Israel. They want-
ed to set up their own democratic
organizations, and refused to be
dominated by old-timers who pat-
ronizingly thought they knew
what was best for the Russians.
They were made of a different
breed, these new immigrants who
dared defy all the might of Mos-
cow in their struggle to reach Is-
rael.
WE DEPLORED the wave of
pornography sweeping Israel, In
press and film all in imitation of
the moral corruption of societies
overseas. Do we always have to
copy the worst?
We criticized the customs reg-
ulations which treated charitable
institutions like nefarious smug-
glers.
Since then the country witness-
ed the nasty spectacle of unbend-
ing customs officials in confronta-
tion with a group of Israeli war
paraplegics, returning from a trip
to Europe and carrying with
them gifts presented by warm
hearted Jews overseas. It was a
shameful incident.
YY nil i: THAT part of the
" world still claiming to care
about what happens to Israel
waits to s?e whether Middle East
peace actually has a chance to
take tangible shape, the issue of
economic and military aid has
moved to center stage.
As this is written, few besides
President Nixon and State Secre-
tary Henry Kissinger can know
for certain precisely what kinds
and amounts of financial assist-
ance were dangled before Israel
and her traditional Arab foes to
achieve a better understanding
with Egypt and a breather with
Syria (the most obdurate of Is-
rael's enemies). But the outlines
are beginning to appear.
SURELY, some firm pledges
have been made to Syria and
Egypt as well as Saudi Arabia in
Henry Kissinger's commendable
drive to bring those nations back
into the orbit of reasonable ne-
gotiation.
However, these and other Arab
nations have the luxury of know-
ing that if Uncle Sam checks the
rein on arms and economic help
to them, Russia is always waiting
in the wings and eager to oblige.
Moscow has its own quid pro quo
for assistance of that kind, as all
the world knows by now.
ISRAEL, on the other hand, is
in no such driver's seat. Outnum-
bered, suffering from the high
cost in blood and fortune in the
battles of 1948. 1956. 1967, and
1973. the Israelis need American
laraene and equipment as never
before.
Especially at this juncture I
with the government passing
from the hands of the old heroes
and heroine into the hands of;
those established in power bv i
narrow margin do the hard
pressed Israelis need all availab'e
help.
We have had strong hints of I
the possibilities. Testifying be
fore the Senate Forei-n ReU. |
tions Committee not long ago, Mr.
Kissinger made it clear that he I
was not deaf to Israel's plea that
assistance from Washington be |
established on a long term basis.
A TEN-year pact to replace i
the year-by-year arrangements!
would give Jerusalem the kind of
material and psychological lift it |
needs so desperately.
The 1975 American aid bill pr> I
jects $43 million in military and I
economic grants to seven Arab I
countries. Of the $350 millioa
listed for Israel. $300 million ii
for credits and only S5 millioa
for a grant. (Last year. Washing-
ton empowered the President to |
grant Israel up to $1.5 billion.)
But with Israel now facing the
onus of coming up with an astro-
nomical sum to pay the costs of'
meeting Arab onslaughts, it iii
obvious that Washington willj
have to extend itself to help kee?|
the Jewish state afloat
say.
AND THE guns aro silenced!
on the Golan Heights But j
derstanding of what's or. the .A
ternational ledgers :< more ia-|
portant than ever now.
-
rKabbi *^cxittucl O/A'cr
-*
k Watch Out for ZOA's Dr. Sternslein
rpHE NEW president of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America i? a robust, rotund, resonant
Conservative rabbi named Joseph Sternstein.
Elected a month before his 50th birthday. Dr.
Sternstein is the youngest head of the ZOA. Con
servative rabbis who have led the Zionists in
the past include the late Rabbi Solomon Goldman
and the very much alive Rabbi Israel Goldstein,
now of Israel.
DR. STERNSTEIN was elevated to this lofty
post because of his abilities and his longtime de-
votion to Zionism; he has been one of the most
effective and most eloquent speakers on behalf
of the cause.
His election may also have been the re-
sult of the desire of the delegates to involve
younger people in the movement. The rabbi was
once president of Masada, the youth branch o?
the ZOA.
You can expect to hear much about Dr.
Sternstein and you can expect to hear him too,
And you will be exhilarated by his oratory
THE RABBI is the spiritual leader of Con-
gregation Beth Sholom in the Long Island. N. V.
town of Roslyn. He has occupied pulpits in Day-
ton, Ohio, and Manhattan.
But he has spoken throughout the country.
His commentaries on Jewish events have also
been heard regularly on New York radio which
he has served as the voice of the New York
Board of Rabbis.
The vigorous new president will make his
mark on young people, but also on the govern-
ment of Israel.
New Subdued Mood Doesn't Undermine Feeling of Self Assurance
REVISITING Israel now perhaps for the 40th time
my first visit was in 1929 during the Arab
riots of that year I found the mood of the peo-
ple there more subdued, more humble, more sober
to the fact that Israel is not the "Tabur Haaretz,"
the central point of the globe, but a small country'
dominated, sometimes gently, sometimes not so
gently, by big foreign powers.
This new mood does not undermine the feeling
of self-assurance of the average person in Israel
IT IS merely the result of a revaluation by
the people of Israel's position in the world and its
outlook now, after the Yom Kippur War. which
resulted in pushing Israel years back from the posi
tions it held on the Arab fronts.
The retreat would not have taken place if the
United States, pressured by the Soviet Union, would
not have actually ordered Israel to withdraw.
The Israeli military command, although admit-
tedly having failed in its intelligence information
and in vigilance of the Egyptian and Syrian fronts,
was nevertheless in a strong position to annihilate
the entire Second Army of Egypt which it suc-
ceeded in cutting off from the main supply of arms,
ammunition, food and water had the United
Jjoris <3/io/ar
States not intervened strongly behind the scene with
Israel in favor of Egypt.
THE ANNIHILATION of the surrounded Egyp-
tian Second Army would have meant the greatest
blow for Egypt's military force and would have
made a renewed war by Egypt against Israel im-
possible for many years.
This is being realized by all in Israel. At the
same time, it is also now clearly realized by every-
body there that the Big Powers, especially the
United States, have the say now on how Israel ii
to conduct its defense.
Cutting off American military aid to Israel at
a time when Moscow Is still pouring such aid to
Egypt and Syria would have spelled catastrophe for
Israel. Hence the submission to Washington.
The average Israeli is, nevertheless, not de-
pressed over the new state of affairs on the fronts.
On the contrary, families in Israel, whether they
have someone of the family on the front line or
not, feel relaxed over the new situation.
AT LEAST there will be no further shooting, no
further killing on the battle-front, no nervousness
when opening the radio to listen to the news Hu-
man lives are now more important to the Israeli!
than gaining or losing a few kilometers of land.
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Friday. August 16, 1974
-Jewist ftoridfiar
Page 1I-A
Gerald R. Ford Is 38th U.S. President
Continued from Page 1-A
ANOTHER ISSUE expected to eMtj up in the talk-
Fahmy, and with Hus-eln who is expectecMiere late-
ly th6 week, is Jordan's refusal to attend the Geneva con-
fidence without an Israeli agreement to withdraw troops
from the West Bank of the Jordan River.
hraej pull backs were features of the disengagement
agreements with Egypt and Syria worked out earlier in
the year through the offices of Kissinger.
The visits of Midd e East diplomats and leaders this
we< k^SrV'pTrft of a continuing dialogue established by Kis-
singer and former President Nixon during their intensive
Middle East diplomacy last spring. Allon and Jordanian
Foreign Minister Zaid al-Rifai. were in Washington for
talks with Kissinger during the last two weeks.
$o. \hn\e Hebrew Academy To Host
Open House In New Facility Sunday
DaJe Hebrew Academy
,i all residents in the
:,. community to attend
ise at its new facility,
:'-, -. Titli Awe., just a '.ross
from Palmetto Senior
ioI, Sunday from I
I
ree-arre faci'itv. n:r
the six-year-old school
l contains four air
d buildings, i- class-
. ,..n-- laboratory, li-
t/alive office*
pj ivex iund. and offer:
rarten. el-men-
I .nor high school cur-

aliments will be lei \ e I
the afternoon." said
RRU b!
In
Conlinued from Page 4-A
v. m have voted in this
coj-t There have always been
i ethnic solidarity into
- In the more pragmatic
sphere of New Jersey poli-
: Democratic party leader
ship II put together a ticket
thai iras balanced where possible
| Irish, Jewish, Polish, Italian.
, WASP and not only
was this for vote getting but for
". nnresentation and the
the purists and their
I quota systems.
F the most part. Jewish dis-
would keep their end of
the bareain in voting for the
ht ticket, but in many elec-
tion ne could note the prej-
>ne ethnic group tii-
Irected against another (mostly
against the Jews or
I '. nsl Italians).
<>n the other hand. I see noth-
ing in ethnic pride ex-
i -If when a candidate
' office deserves it.
IN THE R-XCE for the va
on the Florida Supreme
Arthur England Jr. may
of that kind of vote
his name does not point
Jewishnesi in deed, as
: fact. A member of
Brae] of Greater Miami.
iho the founder of one of
B'nai B'rith chapters.
v- 11 developed Plor-
iinter protection pro-
Gov. Askew's spc-
1 (serves a g

al avs the difficulty
< -, vh lice, particularly
' lira are so often only
to ck tese from. I
- 'ii t that the recoi
troro Presidents to
that most of us
no trouble in i
'h- rotten fro-.i tl I
i f it means voting
lur own.
Xer Tamid Youngsters To Spend
Eight Davs At Camp Blue Star
ten of Tem-
fi last wee
e encatr
: 'r M.C. rhe
I e* I o\ hi
Star under the a .--
I United Synagog e at
Sample Ner Ta id
Slmdii has endowed a
fo ndation in DMffi-
V of his late wife. Clara. This
Molars hi;) asists these young-
sters I
. i
:'
U ,' 1 II I *n'
M Sim sal irewe
the 17 you ten : ey en*
i d
were
Qelfand, Lee Kadin, Ilene
Goodman. duties Baum, Georg
Simon. Madelyn Levy and KeV
Lorber.
6Jews Around The World' Theme Of
First Jewish World"s Fair At '\'
Mrs. Loretta Salamon, PTA pres
idert. "and all of th- ims
v.:il be open for inspection "
Brwin MarsMl, the school"; ad-
ministrator, will be ivattable to
discuss the curriculum in depth
and answer all que.-tion5 fir in-
terested parents.
A tpeeiai study by the Great-
er Miami Jewish Fe
sh >wed this area to be one of
th- fastest growing Jewis
munities in America w'th ::
than 40,000 in Jewish pop
a," said I>r. Meivyn Gieen-
Itein, president of the Academy,
"and we v. 11 be entering our
sixth year right in the heart of
this expansion. This has ""'en
ne out by the fa.-t I 11
Itti ition for tiie fall tern? baa
increased about 50 percent up to
the present Gmc."
>tration is now open and
those interested parents are
urged to call or come bv the
Academy office between 10 a.m.
and 2 p.m. daily.
VA Announces
Program For Vets
Some 110.000 Vietnam-era vet-
erans in Florida are eligible for
a new low-OOSt Veterans Group
Lin Insjranve program which
offers as much as $20,000 cover-
age for S3.40 per month to young
veterans but they must apply
before Aug. 1, 1975. the Vet-
erans Administration revealed
here.
The nonrenewable. five-year
term insurance is availab e f >r
veterans discharged from mili-
tary service since April 2, 1970.
The new Veterans Administra-
tion supervised program, author-
ize'! May 21 under the Veterans
iMurance Act, als *r-
a*e in amounts of 55.0& SI
and $15,000. Rates f r the maxi-
mum $20,000 cove, a jo are I I
per n onth for vetei ii iged 34
and over, and $6.80 toi those
and over.
Application f irn V \
29-8715) for veterans discharged
prior to Aug. I, ti*T i are a
able from VA offices
office of Sen I G
Lite Insurance, 212 Washing) n
St.. Newark. N.J. 07102. A
cants must furnish evidence of
11 health. However, VA- ii
service-connecte I dl
be waived.
Servicemen* I
Aug. l will receive a piicat
VA
out. Personnel leaving acl
,l ty are ; ermittt I '
Lee da i I i corn 'tt Sen -
up Lite '
Veteran: I Life 1
e\
"Jews Around the World" WSJ
to be the theme of the first an-
nual Jewish World's Fair held by
the summer day camp program of
The Jewish Community Centers
of S tttb Florida Thursday.
I Vtorgenstern, chairman of
the Camping Services Committee.
Bounced that Robert Russell,
pa-t pn si lent of Greater Miami
Jewi h Federation, a member of
th >.rd cf directors of the Jew-
ish Community Centers and
chairman of the JCC Develop-
ment Fund campaign, will offi-
cially ooen this festive event.
e than 700 youngsters par-
ticiDatintj in the Jewish Commu-
nity Centers camp groups will be
involved. Booths, side show*,
camp plays. Jewish games, songs,
dances. Jewish food, book;, rec-
ords, art- and craft- displays are
ju-t a few of the many different
types of exhibits and events
be featured.
Th? official openina of the
Fair will take place at 6:30 p.m
at the YM-YMH \ faeilitv, BMO
h St. The Fair will be open
until 9 p.m.
Everyone in the community
: [ti I i attend. For ti '.' in-
formation contact A'lan Just,
in director, at the Y.
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley of
Temple Sinai of North Dade
v.-::: be instc'.led as president
o: the Greater Micrni Rabbin-
ical Association Wednesday,
Sep\ 11, at a lunchson host-
ed by the Sisterhood in the
lemple'a social hall, 13801 NE
22r.d Ave., North Miami
Eeach. Guests at the lunch-
eon in Rcbbi Kinqsley's hon-
or will be members of the
Rabbinxal Association and
th;ir wives.
Early Childhood Day School Will___ __________
Offer Hebrew As A 2nd Language Dessert-Coffee Card Party
Nancy Ponn, newly appointed
director of the Early Childhood
Day School at the YM-VWHA. a
part of the Jewish Community.
Center? of South Florida, an-
nounces the offering of Hebrew
as a second language in the cur-
riculum ot the Early Childhood
Day School.
The Early Childhood Da>
School at 8500 SW 8th St. offer
programs Monday through Fri
day for children ages 3-5. Se>
sions are held from 9 a.m. -1
noon: 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m.; 9 a.m.
4:30 p.m. There is also a kinder
garten and 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m
program for children of work
ing parents. A program is also
available in North Dade at 2040t
NE 24th Ave.
A nutritious lunch is provider
at no extra cost for those wh<
are present at lunch time. Thi
food is provided through thi
auspices of the Department o*
Education. Division of Food anc
Nutrition Services. Transporta
tion is available at a nonuna
additional fee for those who re
quire it.
Professional. Florida licensee
teachers. Hebrew instruction,
communication skills, creative
music, drama, art and readines.-
for first grade, consciousnes
raising activities to be ecologi
and geographically aw n
life in the year 2000. are ttu
program points that are empha
in the TM-YWHA Da.
tool.
There i~ an opportunity fo
participation in Parents Counci
by all those who like to develo
and enrich ongoing workshop
for parents in effective cor
munication with th^ir children
and in order to raise funds to
help keep the already modest
fee- that prevail at the Daj
School.
Registration is taking place
now Cal' the Central Y for more
information.
S iltZ-Yaffa Group of Hadassah
plans a dessert coffee and card
party at the Washington Federal,
633 NE 167th St., North Miami
Beach. Tuesday noon. The pub-
lic is Invited. Grunia Asher, Rose
Dushkin and Laura Tepper are
in charge of reservations.
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Florida -- Friday, August 16", 1974
Section B
JDL Leader Claims Probation
Officer Tlireatened His Life
S \v FRANCISCO, Calif.
_ Roger Pavlow, San
, .,.,, area Jewish Defense
I coordinator, said here he
I pit a complaint against
: | Silva, a probation officer
! city's police department
tther of Sandra Silva. an
, Nazi who is a clerk in
the city's police department, de-
manding Silva's suspension and
,1 from his city job for
Uv making a death threat
Pavlow.
The Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy telephoned Silva but he could
not be reached for comment on
the .Marges.
PAVLOW told the JTA in New
V i! k In a telephone interview
that he and his attorney, Ter-
Hallinan. had made the
, i je at a press conference.
Pavlow, a 20-year-old student
..- San Francisco State College.
Silva had allege I ,| pavlow would "get a bullet"
id if he did not stop an
ion of the residency
status of Sandra Silva.
The woman recently re
national attention for her out-
l oken Nazi views and for regu-
lar attendance at Nazi rallies in
a Nazi uniform.
PAVLOW SAID the alleged
threat had been passed to him by
Ed Schlageter, who is probation
officer for Pavlow on the JDL
coordinator's conviction for hit-
ting a Nazi at a March 5 meeting
of the Board of Education.
Pavlow said he had been con-
victed of battery' and given a six-
month susj>ended sentence and
18 months probation.
The JDL leader told the JTA
that Schlageter had been pres-
sured" by James Richmond, an
attorney who represented Pav-
low in the assault case, to pass
on the alleged threat.
Pavlow said Quentin Kopp, a
member of the Board of Super-
visors of San Francisco, demand-
c 1 on July 15 that Miss Silva be
dismissed from her police depart-
ment job on grounds that she
Illegal Settlement
was not a resident of San Fran-
cisco and subject to dismissal for
that reason.
PAVLOW SAID Kopp made
his demand on the basis of evi-
dence collected by the JDL that
Miss Silva lived with her family
in San Mateo, a city 20 miles
from San Francisco.
Pavlow told the JTA also that
he had a tape of the threat, as
purportedly passed to him by
Schlageter, as well as witnesses
who, he claimed, had heard the
alleged threat.
Asked why he had not filed a
request for a warrant for Silva's
arrest for making the alleged
threat. Pavlow said his attorney
had declared, when that propo-
sal was raised, that the first step
should be to obtain Silva's dis-
missal and the proposed investi-
gation and that the request for a
warrant could then be considered
when the purported threat had
been established at the requested
hearing.
Sparks
The opening shot in the campaign ahead shows the smiling
faces of Edward Shapiro, president (left) of Mount Sinai
Medical Center and "Bing" Kossoff, chairman of the jour-
nal committee, as they contemplate the work-schedule in
planning the 25th Silver Anniversary Ball of the Mount Si-
nai Medical Center, to be held at the Fontainebleau Hotel
Dec. 21. Past presidents and an array of distinguished pio-
neers will be honored. More than 1,000 guests are expected
to attend.
Settlers' Foes And Backers
Clash; Sharon's Driver Hurt
Cabinet Members' Argument
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
ted illegal settlement at
5e istia raised political differ-
which appeared like'.'
nue even after the settlers
I Ive up the attempt
,-ei nmant pressure.
In arguments sparked by the
sun ol the attempt, .loves
'abinet said it was an II-
. tion which should be
with severely.
OTHERS, PARTK TI.ARLY
I .:isiers. including Defense
Shimon Peres, agreed
i -t.em should be forced out,
e essary, but that ;>
I i ai delicate as possible,
ampen III \
imong [srae
Shulamit Alorri. head of the
Civil Rights party, asked at the
Cabinet session at which the de-
c lion was made to force evacua-
tion of the settlement, how it
happened that the army did not
prevent the settlers from reach-
ing the site, despite clear ad-
vance notice of their intentions.
SOME OBSERVERS said for-
mer Defense Minister Moshe Da-
yan was partially responsible for
the settlement attempt. He
spoke in favor of Jewish settle-
ment in the West Bank in the
Knesset last week, a statement
considered as giving a green light
to the religious and Likud for
But there was a genera
sensus among Premier Yitzhak
Rabin's coalition partners that
no matter what any particular
minister thought about Jewish
settlement on the West Bank in
general, there was no justifica-
ti in tor partisan settlements
without government approval.
A group of 15 professors from
universities throughout the coun-
try urged Premier Rabin to en-
able Jews to settle in the Sa-
maria region but Mapam spoke
out strongly in opposition.
THE MAPAM secretariat, at
a meeting, called on the govern-
ment, before the settlers decided
to leave, to use all means t i
e iate the settlers.
The secret irial also iggeste I
that the settlers be brought to
trial and that the possibility
should be studied ol revoking the
inity of the Knesset mem-
bers who supported the settlers
t< try then: as well.
TEL AVIV (JTA> The
unsuccessful attempt to establish
a Jewish settlement near Nablus
sparked clashes between support-
ers and opponents of the settlers.
One of the most serious was at
the farm owned by Likud leader
Arik Sharon in the Negev where
groups of Mapam youm ami Mo-
ked members congregated Fri-
day night
THEV SET up a tent and put
up flags and posters against the
attemnted settlement. The dem-
onstration was quiet until Mor-
dechai Levy, who was Sharon's
driver during the Yom Kippur
War. became involved in a fight
with demonstrators and his right
leg. which had been broken dur-
ing the war was broken again.
an i he was hospitalized
Later more Sharon supporters
arrived and fights ensued until
. lice forcibly removed the dem-
, ,rs from the farm.
ler in Jerusalem, a group
0f He University students
:r. to the Labor Party
were lei lonstratlng at a maj r
Iho ing area with signs .-
as "Law is not a Joke" and "Bei-
gin -the Negev is Empty." when
they become involved in a clash
with religious youths who tore
their signs and poured water into
their megaphones.
AVRAIIAM GAL, secretary of
the Labor Party Students Organ-
isation, was taken to the hospi-
tal after being kicked in the
head. The students had passed
out leaflets accusing Likud of in-
troducing fascism into Israel and
trying to abolish democracy.
The students demanded that
government act promptly against
the settlers and bring them to
court.
The writer Amos Oz. one of
the leader-: in the demonstration
at Sharon's farm, noted that
This farm symbolizes the con-
tradiction between the Sebastia
act an I the notion of settlement.
Here are thousands of dunams
owned b. one person who em-
. |0 kers. Here there
is plenty of land, waiting
Jews. The ; not need to look
for >ar Nablus."
., nmny of the dem rostra-
- at the SI iron Farm rel
, v. here a sit-in
strike oi posite the Ki essel bui l-
ing began. _______
Urge Ban on Crime Equipment
To Soviet Union; SSSJ
During a recent visit to Europe and Israel. Gale Hovey, a
trust officer of the Miami Beach First National Bank, and
Mrs. Hovey were guests of the administration of Shaare
Zedek Hospital of Jerusalem. The hospital, oldest in Jerusa-
lem, having celebrated its 100th anniversary, is currently
constructing a new $35,000,000 Medical Center in Jerusa-
lem. The Shaare Zedek Hospital is represented in the South-
eastern United States by Saul M. Zabel. Regional Director,
whose offices are .at 605 Lincoln Rd.. Suite 320, Miami
Beach.
NEW YORK (JTA) The
Student Struggle for Soviet Jew-
ry sharply attacked the sched
uied participation of American
crime control equipment firms
in a "Crimtechnika 74" exposi-
tion in Moscow this August as
"a completely immoral act which
can only further the ability of
the KGB to wipe out any voice
of dissent in the USSR."
Scores of U.S. firms have
been invited to participate fn
the display for the benefit of
Soviet police and secret police
officials Aug. 14 to 23.
ACCORDING to information
learned by SSSJ, the Kremlin
has made strenuous efforts to
insure the presence of many
companies, whose highly sophis-
ticated equipment will probably
be purchased quickly thereafter.
"This exposition should be
called "Repression '74," a SSSJ
spokesman declared.
The equipment will be- used
to wipe out the Jewish emigra
tion movement and the few
voices of freedom that can still
be heard in Russia.
It seems that President Nix-
on's statement that the U.S. can
not involve itself in the 'internal
affairs* of the USSR and his
lack of reaction to anti-Jewish
brutalitv during his recent So-
vu-t visit will five the Kremlin
Ucense to extend the Gulag
Archipelago to every Home in
the USSR."
The SSSJ issued an appeal
"to everv American who values
basic human rights to contact"
Congress to ban the sale of the
equipment _
Gothamites Fight For Soviet Jews
NEW YORK (JTA) The
New York State Conference of
the New Democratic Coalition at
a meeting last week unanimously
adopted a resolution on behalf
of Soviet Jewry in support of
their struggle to win cultural
freedom in the Soviet Union and
their right to emigrate to Israel.
The resolution was proposed
by Arnold Linhardt, a represent-
ative ei the Bronx Council on
Soviet Jewry and a member of
the Indepenaent Democratit of
Co-op City.
THE RESOLUTION was not
specific as to whether or not this
just meant the support of the
Jackson Amendment or active
participation on behalf of Soviet
Jewry.
According to Rhoda Jacobs,
one of those active in the NDC
on behalf of Soviet Jewry, it is
not known if the resohrtVtm will
be adopted by the national body
of the NDC.



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>Jeistncrkf&r
Friday, August 16,
Cyprus Power Takeover Intolerable To Turkey
J m. ....;_ ;n -.r ; Makarios restofttioi
:
By MAX LEK.VEB
Lm ABgelea Tlmnt Syndicate
WASHINGTON While the
Cyprui crisis takes iU perilous;
diplomatic and military course,
it may not be amiss to look be-
yond the immediate urgencies of
Cypriot and Greek-Turkish poli-
tics to the broad choices of Great
Power diplomacy.
The capitals directly involved,
aside from Nicosia, are Ankara.
Athens and London, as the three
signatories of the independence
treaty for Cyprus.
ADD TO these four the UN
Security Council, and then add
Washington and Moscow, with-
out whose minimal agreement
any action of the United Nations
will have little effective mean-
in"
First you get the Seven in an
intricate web of inte eats no in-
volvement, fraught with great
danger. The power takeover in
Cyprus, by a Giwk-inspired mili-
tary junta led by NVo* Giorgi
ades Sampson and committed t.>
union with Greece .Eno*is>. was
intolerable to Turkey and just as
clearly in defiance oi urn 'im-
pendence treat/.
Military interventi.wi. however.
would be a disastrous answer.
THE AN'SWEB must lx- found
in, through and by the Seven.
They come as close to an amal-
gam of power, opinion, interna-
tional law and glo' a! conscience
as is available on the Cyprus is-
sue today.
But the Seven cannot lead
themselves: They need leadership
initiatives. Judging from the past
the chances of lea letSjMp from
the United Nations are not
orient Britain n-i,'ht furnish it.
Visiting crt the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center
in Jerusalem prior to taking up his new post as Israeli Con-
sul in Atlanta. Ga., is Meir Romem, accompanied by his
wile Dr. Rosalind Romem. Mr. Romem took up his new
position in the Israeli consulate this month. Dr Romem
trained at the Hadassah Hospital specializing in Dermatol-
ogy. They cue standing next to the book of Honor which
lists the Chapters which made the building of the Hadas-
sah Medical Center possible. He is pointing to the Georgia
chapters of Hadassah.
Hebrew Academy To Eleet New
Officers And Directors Sunday
Election of officers and direc-
tors of the Greater Miami He-
brew Academy will highlight the
ann al meeting of the Miami
Beach School Sunday at 10 a.m.
in the auditorium, 24O0 Pine
Tree Dr.
Irving Ftrtel, president of the
South's largest Hebrew day
school, said the meeting is open
to all parents and supporters o!
the Hebrew Academy, a benefi-
ciary agency of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish federation.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, who
returned recently from a Sab-
batical in Israel, and I. H.
Abrams, chairman of the execu-
tive committee, will report on
plans for the 1974-75 aca
year, Firtel said.
Registration for the new year
is being held daily from 9 a.m.
until 4 p.m. at the school's busi-
ness offices for nurserv school.
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kindergarten, elementary school,
junior high school and ^i:ls' sen-
ior high school classes.
Rabbi Gross said a total regis-
tration of some 1,000 students is
moicatej by advance enrollments.
The Hebrew Academy is fully ac-
credited by Southeastern, Florida
and Dade County school boards,
departments of education and
redfting agencies.
Installation of officers and di-
rectors will be held at the new
Meiwit.er Building of th.< He-
biew Academy Aug. 25. with a
uinner presjtMng the ceremonies,
AbMi anno
but it is too weak and too in-
volved with its own Cyprus prob-
sm j" North Irelan i ^,
CAN LEADERSHIP come
from the United States or Rus-
sia, or both together" Both are
crippled giants, but ctipptsd in
different way*.
The United Sta'es is all but
paralyzed internally by Water-
gate and current impeachment
.. with a President whose
authority has eroded. The S
Union is crippled by its own sav-
age interventions in Czec.
vakia East Gen '''
gary. which give it little i tthor-
ity t > deal with .::te: knti
Cyprus.
It is I rally crippled bj
its brutal treal -:-- "vn
intellect j..
OF THE il I :- '
States whose
shown a great* capacity
erute effective!} lesj its
in we..
If Secret
the Cy-
prus crisis the kind of
imaginative nerg
in the Mi leaal risis
ther thai:
it.
THERE ABE tw
mat.c stiate^ies between
Kissinger had to choose ii
Middle East. One was thro *
. America : oww res
ami influence behind "ie si ie in
the Arab-Israeli war
war struggle, as the Politburo
did at least outwardly.
The other was to give Israel
the support it needed but at the
same time pursue a patient, re-
sourceful course of long-range
mediation.
KlsshSger chose the second,
and it gave American diplomacy.
a new image and prestige, not
only in the Mideast but globally.
KISSINGER HAS a similar
choice now. He is doubtless
tempted to counterbalance the
open Soviet support of the Turks
and Makarios by "tilting" to-
ward the new Cypriot regime,
away from the Turks.
Many in the Senate and Ii i
are still licking the wounds of
the Turkish decision to resume
poppy production and mi,'ht wel-
come such a Kissinger poll
But it would be a blunder.
fust as the "tilt" toward Pakis-
tan in the Indian-Pakistani war
was probably Kissinger's worst
diplomatic blunder.
IF 1 AM tight about the two
broad stia'egies available I
United States, it has little to
gain in the short run by i
fattens of pique and much to
gain in the long run by
offeiing the Unite: n an
effective i"ie as mediator.
Ii it could be done in the Mi I-
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Archbishop Makarios. with his
subtle and resourceful mind and
his tested capacity for survival,
has not written off the chances
of a constructive MM. role.
Arriving in New York, he said
he was satisfied so far" with
U.S. behavior. Not wishing to te
isolated, with Soviet and Turkish
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Makarios restatOtion
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without some kind of f0.
But there can fcertaii
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also a change from the insavor,
leadership of NJcos Sampsonbl
a more moderate leadership J
the junta.
The testing of American plomacy will be a
that will be Amej
long time to come
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Friday, August 16, 1974
Women For Hillel Coffee Kicks Off New School Year
The Women for Hiliel are
the 74-15 chool
a rr-embership coffee Tue*-
day at 10 a.m. in the home of
Mr and Mrs Alan Bottom. 2ft
202nd St.. North Miami
Beach. Rabbi and Mrs Albert
Ma-.'eWeKTWBl fce-therv^'Wieet
and greet | arents. grandparents.
.-.es and friends of Hillel.
The new officers of Women for
Hil'ei for the coming >ear are
Mrs. Joshua Weinberg. presi-
dent Mrs. Leon Roth, fund rais-
in, vie president: Mrs. Paul
nan and Mrs. Joseph Gel-
*?rship vice
dents; Mrs. Alan Bostom. pro-
gram vice president: Mrs. Ben
Genad, treasurer: Mrs. -.art.n
o ,'e- rec>iding secivtary and
Mrs Panl*M. corresponding
secretary
BguT-vrnmrn for Wet and
"^ienToi Hillel help support The
Hillel Community Day School in
|U v.ork to provide the youth o.
North Dade and Sou ff> Brow ard
Cour.tk-s with the finest in secu-
lar and refigi-Kis education.
The new president of Men f<-r
Hillel Ben Genad. will work with
the following "fficers: Alan Bos-
nd raising vice president^
William Siegel and Gary 3
lat. membership \ic%_{/.- :ents-
Paul Camel, program" nc, :esil
dent: Morton Zemel. trev rw.
Jerald Cantor. aec*etajj^ awj
trustees Dr. Arnold Shefcl. .;ng
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hands Mr. and Mrs. Harry Horowitz of North Miami Beach
their Dreamland Vacation tickets to Nassau. They were
winners of the first of five Dreamland Vacations oe:ng c.ven
by the bank to celebrate the opening of its new Du:.d:r.g
at 801 NE 167th St. Additional drawings are being hold
each week at the bank for Dreamland vacations to Jarr.c:ca,
Mexico. Puerto Rico and a grand prize trip for two to Israel.
Entry forms are available to anyone visiting the ban*.
American Legion Holding
56th Annual Convention
Advance contingents of the
American Legion's 1974 Conven-
tion arrive in Miami Beach 'l.is
week as the 2.7 million member
war veterans organization pre-
pares to kick off its 56th annual
gathering with week-long delib-
erations beginning at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel Friday.
Florida American I-egion
members will welcome the more
than 50.000 delegates, guests and
other participants, including Sec-
retarv of State Henry Kissinger,
who is expected to attend the
convention. It will be the sev-
enth time the veteran's group
has convened in South Florida
the most for any L'.S. city.
The National Convention, the
principal poBcymaking body of
the American Legion, has dock-
eted more than 500 resolutions
for action, dealing with broad
of concern ranging from
the .veil-being of American youth
to foreign relations and national
ccurity.
Among the more outstanding
highlights, from the public's
standpoint, are the annual Na-
tional Convention Parade, set for
7 p.m Sundaya 4'2 hour spec-
tacular along Washington Ave-
nue between 11th and 20th
Streets.
Speakers intrude a*lMI J- Kil-
patrick, Jr.. syndicated column-
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Fourth Estate Award" for out-
standing public service in the
communications field and Ber-
nard Goldberg, president of
Schenley Industries, Inc.
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Fontainebleau Hotel, where most
of the major indoor functions
will be held. The American Le-
gion'* Auxiliary will convene at
the same time at the Diplomat
Hotel.
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ONE SOLUTION:
1. YESHiVA DAY SCHOOL OF MIAMI.
990 N.E. 171 St.
Tel. 651-0711
.
NOW OPEN WITH A FULL LINE OF
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10 to 6 Mon. thru Thurs.
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Friday, August 16, 1974
+Je*lsl) nr.rHi.tr
Page 5-B
"Miami Shalom" is the new program in which newcomers
to Miami are welcomed by the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration Women's Division. The first Miami Shalom Open
House of the year will take place Sunday at the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, 4200 Biscayne Blvd. Newcomers
to Nonh Dade, South Dade, and Miami Beach are invited.
Women's Division leaders shown planning the event are,
left to right, (seated) Mrs. Robert Gruder, North Dade area
chairman; Mrs. Ernast Andich, Miami Shaiom chairman;
Mrs. Sol Landau, Women's Division Committee education
vice president; and (standing) Mrs. Robert Rasken of South
Dade; Evelyn Kopelman, and Mrs. Mel Kartzmer of North
Dade.
Mrs. Abramowitz Is Guest Speaker
|e Sinai Sisterhood will
its first regular meeting of
i ";?.) season Wednesday.
.- in the temple's social
1801 NE 22nd Ave.. North
Beach.
H >'esses for the day will te
es u! Ruth Circle. Brunch
mptly at I
a.m.. followed by a short general
meeting and afternoon program
featuring Mrs. Mayer Abramo-
witz. who will sj>eak on "Jewish
Identity."
Reservations are required.
Contaft Doltie Lipton for addi
tional information.
TEMPLE BETH MOSHE
2225 NE. 121st ST.; NORTH MIAMI
(Broad Causeway to North Bayshore Dr., 2 blocks south to
NE 121st St., turn riant 2 block)
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES to be held at
BAY HARBOR THEATRE September 17, 18, 26
Registration for POPIEL RELIGIOUS SCHOOL is now taking place
af Temple office weekdays 9-4, Sunday 9-11:30.
MEMBERSHIP IS INVITED
HOLIDAY SEATS SOLD TO NON-MEMBERS
Call Temple Office for Information 891-5508.
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel Jules Einhorn, Educational Director
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SUPERIOR
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Sept. 12 and Oct. 10
INCLUDES.
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JHHA Auxiliary
To Open Season
Tuesday, Sept. 3
The Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary, Jewish Home and Hos-
pital for the Aged (Douglas
Gardens) will hold its first meet-
ing of the Fall season at noon
Tuesday, Sept. 3, at the Delano
Hotel.
President Mrs. Lawrence Sil-
verman, who will preside at this
meeting after being away for
many weeks due to illness, will
be welcomed back.
This will be a "Madhatter"s
Parade" luncheon: each person
will display her own original hat.
Pianist Mrs. Jack Morgenstern
will present the tunes for the
parade. Prizes will be awarded.
For further information re-
garding the "Madhatter's Pa-
rade", call Mrs. Yetta Marek.
B'nai Sephardim To Hold
First General Meeting
B'nai Sephardim of Greater
Miami, a newly organized con-;
gregation. will hold its first gen-
eral meeting in the First Federal
Bank of North Miami Beach at
8 p.m. Wednesday. A picnic is
planned at Haulover Park Shel-,
ter No. 1 Sunday, Aug. 25; ev-
eryone is welcome.
High Holy Days services will
be held in the Victory Park Civic j
Center, 17011 NE 19th Ave.. ac-|
cording to an announcement i
made by Mrs. Henriette Abeck-1
jerr.
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But have you tried
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Friday, August 16, jty
King's Point Imperial Now
A Waterfront Condominium
Model apartments are now
open and sales underway on the
82-unit King* Point Imperial
Condominium located at 220
King's Point Drive 1159th St. I
just south of Sunny Isles.
"Wifc prices ranging from
$27,990 for owe bedroom and two
bedroom, two bath apartments
including reserved parking space,
and with a waterfront location
half a block off Collins Avenue.
we sincerely believe we ha\e the
best buy on Miami Beach." says
Kenneth D. Rosen.
Rosen, two-term former presi-
dent of the Miami Board of Re-
altors, is president of both Ken-
neth David Properties. Inc.. own-
er and developer of King's Point
Imperial, and Greater Miami Re-
alty, Inc.. its exclusive sales
agent.
Women's American ORT
Chapters Meet Next Week
Estelle Berman. president of
the Coral Gables Chapter of
Women's American ORT (Or-
ganization for Rehabilitation
through Training i, will preside
at a board meeting to be held
Wednesday at 10 a.m. in the
First Federal Savings Bank
Building, 2750 Coral Way.
South Dade Chapter will bold
a membership tea Tuesday in the
El Conquistador Recreation
Room, 14170 SW 84th St. Reser-
vations may be made by contact-
ing Rochelle Rich or Ida Maisal.
The public is invited.
White House Says USSR Has
Released Jews From Prison
WASHINGTON. DC. In 3
letter to U.S. Rep. Bill Gunter
'D-Fla), the White House said
there are "unconfirmed but ap
parentlv accurate reports" tha'
the 50 Jewish human rights lead
ers imprisoned by Soviet author
ities during President Nixon's
recent visit to the Soviet Union,
have been released.
Gunter had called for the re
lease of the prisoners on July 3
the day President Nixon left the
Soviet Uniin. and asked the
White House to investigate the
status of the leaders, whose im
nnonment he termed "unwar
ranted."
Gwen Maroolii A Candidate
Gwe ifp of Radio
.n WMBM and WBUS own-
candidate for the
.....it in Florida's
< of i tative A
Anti-Defa-
.'.n League, Mrs. Margolis
, .
It's Women's I)i-

DRECKSLER UNVEILING
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the lofe
DR. HOWARD DRECKSLER
will take place Suaday,
August 18th at
Lakeside Memorial Park with
Rabbi Harry Jolt officiating.
Friends and relatives ore asked
fo attend.
RECEPTIONIST -
SECRETARY
COMMUNITY AGENCY,
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY,
FRINGE BENEFITS,
PRIVATE PARKING.
318 N.W. 25th Street
Phone 576-3220
Units are being offered from
S2.790 down with no closing costs
and with no ground lease, no rec-
reation lease and no manai^e-
ment contract. They are avail-
able for immediate aecupency.
King's Point Imperial, located
just north of public beaches, a
golf course, tennis courts, ma-
rina and Loat ramp and just to
the south of the Sunny Isles fish-
ing per and charter boat Jocks,
has 41 one bedroom, one bath
apartments and 41 two bedroom,
two bath units.
The apartment complex has
550 feet of waterfront on a pe-
ninsula jutting into the Intra-
coastaJ Waterway. Every- apart-
ment has a view of either the
Atlantic Ocean. Biscayne Bay or
the lntracoastal.
King's Point Imperial also of-
fers a swimming pool and recre-
ation area Rosen said more than
S25O.000 has been spent within
the last few months on improve-
ments to the sixetory. nine-year
old building.
This includes extensive land-
scaping, re-designing of the lob-
by by Lou Clerico. interior de-
signer, installation of kitchen
facilities in the recreation room,
new pool and patio furniture,
now indoor and outdoor lighting
in pubiic areas and improve-
ments to the front entrance
driveway.
"in converting a property like
this, with its close proximity to
such outstanding shopping areas
as the Bal Harbour Shops and
the 163rd St. Shopping Center.
at the lowest prices available for
a water-front condominium on
Miami Beach.-' said Rosen, we
feel that we are meeting the de-
mands of middle America.
Our conversion program from
rental units to condominiums if
producing quality living at rea
sonable prices and offering peo-
ple an investment with security
rather than forcing them to be
subject to the whims of a land-
lord's rental increases," Rosen
added.
King's Point Imperial has a
program making possible trade-
ins ef a prospective buyer's proo
erty. located anywhere in the
United States. "This service is
possible through the cooperation
of our network of Realtors
throughout America." Rosen said
"Good Samaritan" Vickie Nevina gets a certificate of com-
mendation from Edward C. Fogg, ID, mayor of Metropolitan
Dade County, for her courtesy toward a 70-year-old widow
living alone who called regarding her tax assessment. Mrs.
Nevins visited Mrs. Minnie Wheeler, comforted her and set
off a flood of publicity that resulted in the woman's receiv-
ing all types of assistance and settng off a heightened com-
munity awareness of the problems of the elderly.
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
"jSuVfeReiGTlS
Country Club Condominiums
Apartments at Kendale Lakes
V
*** *$" I .'** v.-1
OVERLOOKING THE BEAUTIFUL
KENDALE LAKES GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB
2 & 3 bedroom apartments. Minimum 1,340
square feet of luxury and comfort, from $38,490.
(Approx. $28.72 per square foot)
Sales Office on premises: 274-9727 274-58~7
6851 SAV. 1*7*. Ave., just off Sunset Drive
Direr lions: Take N. KENDALL DRIVE to 142nd. Ave turn
tight to golf course and then left to The SO\ ERLICAS.
Golf Course

Tamiami Tra
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today
, August 16, 1974
+Jewlsfi ntrk&vn
Page 7-B
|Jules Einhorn Appointed To Dual N.M.B. School Rabbi Tokayer Geula Guest
Position By Temple Beth Moshe Elects Officers
The officers and members of
n.uc toai-d of directors of Temple
ha* Moshe announce the ap-
I-ointment of Jules Einhorn, 33
i* educat;:-3ft-youth director of
This newly, created, full-time
luaition combines the posts of
Iffipal of'th Religious School
land Youth Director. Einhorn,
Lfc> K highly qualified to fill this
IrfiA) position, joined the temples
lit*** at the beginning of this
r.onth.
Einnorn received his B.A. de-
cree from Yeshiva University, and
h* Bachelor's degree in Religious
Education that same year. He re-
his M.A. from the City
City National Acquisition
South Dade Bank Okayed
Michael J. Franco, president of
r ity National Bank Corp., has
tinoWt'fd approval by the board
Cf/wern.>rs of the Federal Re-
Vr've Svstem for City National
,ank Corp.'s application to ac-
aire 'City National Bank of
tenth Dade. -a proposed new
panlj.. _
\Ve..e\|'ict to begin service
the end of the year and
r.nnunce the management
b la ihe jieai future.'' Franco
WlfS UNMORN
College of N.Y. in 1966 and has
taken courses leading to an M.S.
decree in Education.
Einhorn has had a wide range
Of cxpe:ien<-e as a licensed He-
brew teacher in Yorktown
Heights. N.Y.. and served as edu-
cational director in Providence.
R.I.. Hollywood. Fla.. and Mill-
burn. N.,l! He has also had ex-
tensive experience in adult and
vouth education.
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For 7475 Term
Yeshiva Day School, the only
Torali L'mesorah School in North
Dade, has elected its officers for i'
Che cominl |eftriBidgritialMi ||
for the 1974-75 school term is
currently under way at the
school office, 990 ME 171st St.
North Miami Beach.
Joseph Margulius was elected
chairman of the Loard; Sol Ar-
luk was named honorary presi-
dent. Serving with Barry Schrei-
ber. president, will be Stanley
Singer. Dr. Daniel Weunseh.
Dr. Alvin Stern, Dr. Frank Stein.
Milton Gottiieb and Joseph Mey-
ers, vice presidents; Dr. Samuel
Rand, treasurer; Benjamin Bo-
rew. financial secretary; Mr*.
Joseph Alexander, recording sec-
retary, and Mrs. Sol Arluk, cor-
res; Minding secretary.
Under the guidance of Rabbi
Stanley Weiss, principal, Yeshiva
Day School, which services th<
communities of North Dade and
South Broward Counties, pro-
vides both secular and religious
education for children in nursery
and pre kindergarten classes
through the eighth grade.
Parents desiring additional in-
formation are invited to call or
visit the school office.
Wometco Theatres
Oe.ia Chanter of American
Mizraehi Women will open the
season with a meeting Wertnes-
Jy_at 8 pjn. in Congregation
Beth Israel, Chase Avenue and
40th St.eet. Guest speaker will
he Ftabl i Moses Tokayer, Chief
Ran! i of Japan. Freda Oster is
(ic iia ] resident; Gertrude Ester-
fan is | rogram chairman.
I
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Conducted by RABBI RALPH Z. GUXMAN
of
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Jfrtaf>/farMKyJ _
Friday, August 16, VOL.
Marilyn Ann Samuelson Becomes
Bride Of Samuel Allen Jacobs
Marilyn Ann Samuelson be-
came the bride of Samuel Alien
Jacobs Saturday. Aug. 10. Rabbi
MRS. SAMUU A. JACOBS
Herbert Baumgard conducted the
double-ring ceremony, which took
place at 730 in the evening in
the Eden Roc Hotel.
The bride, daughter of Mrs.
Ivy C. Samuehon of Southwest
Miami and the late Jack Samuel-
son, was given in marriage by
her uncle. Edward Cohen. A
graduate of Coral Gables Senior
H.-L'h and Florida Atlantic Uni-
versity, she is working towards
her Masters degree from Florida
International University in Ad
ministration and Supervision of
Public Schools while teaching at
Key Biscayne Elementary school.
The bridegroom, son of Mr and
Mrs. Tevie Jacobs of Indianapo-
lis. Ind., graduated from Indiana
University cum laude. and re-
ceived his Master's degree from
Stanford University.
Mr. Jicob; is a political writer
for the Miami Herald. He was
recently a winner of a Federal
Government Fellowship given by
th* American Political Science
Association. He also has been a
winner of an Inter-American
Press Association Fellowship to
the University of Buenos Aires.
Argentina.
F.-r her wedding the bride
chose a blending of bridal white
organza and point d'esprit with a
scalloped mandarin neckline of
Venice lace, and a sheer yoke of
delicate point d'esprit with a
matching lace border. Her bishop
sleeves of sheer point d'e=pr:t
were appliqued with horizontal
bands of tiny Vence lace and a
French ruffle. A matching band
of Venice lac? flattered the em-
pire waistline. Her sk*rt flowed
into a chapel train with a wide
hem of matching lace and point
d'esprit From her matching
draped cloche of Venice lace and
seed pearls billowed her bouffant
sheer illusion veil. She carried
cacadina pink and white roses
with baby's breath.
The bride was attended by
Elaine Gashin. matron of honor,
and Etta Silkes. Mary Ellen
rohen and Janet Cohen, brides-
maids. David Jacobs served his
brother as best man: ushers were
Stephen Jacobs, Jefferev Cohen
Steve Sink and Heath Merri
wether.
After a Canadian honeymoon
Mr and Mrs. Jacobs will makt
their home in Sou-h Miami.
Judith Weisblatt, Marc Scheiner
United In Marriage At Diplomat
Judith Lee Weisblatt and Marc
I Scheiner were united in
marriage Sunday, Aug. 11. at the
The new Mrs. Scheiner chose
a candlelight satin dress overlaid
with lace and pearls for her
wedding. He:- bouquet was a
cascade arrangement of yellow
roses and white orchids. Her at-
tendants' dresses, of yellow
Qiana. were styled with jackets
and hoods.
The bridal party included
Paula Herman, matron of hnor;
Dene Wasserman, Karen Reeves
and Cathy Rosenberg, brides-
maids: the bridegroom'! brother-
in-law. Sam Lipsie. best man;
his cousin, Jeffrey Hoffman, the
bride's brother. Larry Weisblatt,
and Will Gaiser. ushers; the
bride's grandmother, Mrs. Bertha
Scgerman. and Mrs. Bessie Hoff-
man of Buffalo. N.Y.. the bride-
groom's grandmother.
Jamaica was the couple's
honey moon destination. They
will live in South Miami when
thev return.
MM. GAKr S. GLtlCHtR
Marsha Shapiro,
Gary Gleicher
Exchange Vows
Marsha G. Snapiro and Gary
Steven Gleicher exchanged their
marriage vows Saturday. Aug.
10, in the Richelieu Room of the
Deauvilie Hotel. Rabbi Victor
Zwelling conducted the 9 p.m
ceremony, which was followed by
a reception for the couple.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Shapiro. 18912 NW Ttl
Ct.. graduated from Norlan
Senior High School and Miami
Dade Junior College, where she
majored in secretarial science
She is now employed as a leya
secretary. Her husband, son oi
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Gleicher
1825 NW 190th Terr., graduated
from Carol City Senior Higl
School and the University ol
South Florida, where he was a
political science major. He b
presently employed in the Dadi
County School System.
Both the Shapiros and the
I". i uhers are founders of Con-
gregation B'nai Raphael, and
both fathers are past presidents
of the congregation, where they
now serve on the board of di-
rectors. The new Mrs. Gleicher
has been an active member ol its
USY.
The bride's cousin, Susan Jo-
sephson. was her maid of honor:
her sister-in-law. Kathy Snapiro
was matron of honor. Brides
maids were Lori Josephson.
Rayna Hausman. Vickie Wein-
traub and Lori Weintraub. She
selected a dress of white Qiana
delicately beaded with see.-.
I earls, and carried a bridal ar-
rangement of pure white orchids
and white rose buds on her
mother's bridal Bible.
The bridegroom was attended
by his brother, Allan Gleicher.
best man. and ushers Paul
Shapiro, Steven Shapiro, Steve
Engle and Alan Hausman.
Mr. and Mrs. Gleicher will
make their home in North Mi-
ami Beach after a honeymoon
tour of Florida.
MKS. MJUTC 6. SOffftfU
Diplomat Country Club. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinkel conducted the
6 p.m. ceremony. A reception at
the club followed.
An elementary school teacher,
the bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Maxwell H. Weisblatt,
14921 NE 7th Ave., North Mi-
ami, received a E.S. degree in
elementary ed cal ~>n from the
University of Missouri in Colum-
bia, Mo. Her husband, the -
Joseph Scheiner,
: S. Ocean Dr., attended the
Universitj !:ami and :s now
an account executive with Ra-
N. He ia a mem-
ber of the Big Brothers of Great-
er Miami.
Daughter Born To Segals
Michele Honey, daughter of I
Martin and Judy Segal, was born
Friday, Aug. 9. at Baptist Hos-
pital. She is the granddaughter
of Mr. anil Mrs. Max S. Rosen-
zweig and the 18th great-grand-
child of Mrs. Morris Gettieman
of Miami Beach.
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Susan Tepper Becomes Bride Of :
Harvey Rose In Aug. 11 Rites
Susan Tepper. the daughter of
Mr Old Mrs. Stanley Tepper.
17100 NE 6th Ct.. became the
bride of Harvey Rose. :son u.
Mrs Kva Rose. 16898 Nh ->nd
Ave and the late Charles Rose.
Sunday. Aug. 11. at the Barce-
lona Hotel.
Rabbi Max Lipschitz officiated
at the ceremony, which was fol-
lowed by a reception in the ho-
tel The bridegroom's uncle. Sam-
uel Katz of Hartford. Conn.,
served as cantor at the wedding.
The rnde. a graduate of Nor-
land Senior High School and the
University of Florida, was at-
tended by Staci Flexser. maid of
honor, and bridesmaids were her
cousin. Felice Bojman. and Mrs.
Bonnie Gaines.
The bridegroom, who gradu-
ated from Miami Beach Senior
High School and Miami-Dade
Communitv College, and attend-
ed the University of Connecticut,
was served by his brother, Mur-
ray Rose, best man: his cousin,
Martin Jainchill. and the bride's
AMS. HAKftr 0S
brother. Barry Tep|>ei. ^herrt.
Mr. and Mrs Rose will makt
their home in North Miami after
a honeymoon trip to Puerto Rico.
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Fridtry, Augufl! 16. 1974
+Jfwisti fkricfiar
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Rosemary's Thyrac
By ROSEMARY FIRMAN
;iut here in "Miami West"
there's a Floridian under every
IL'xn tree and while my better
; tells me there are peo
me in Miami this summer, out
1 \,ere it's difficult to beiieve it.
huf in the words of Coleridge,
I shail suspend my disbelief"
laid accept, on faith, that there
I are people in town and they will
[read this column.
jHF. WEATHKR forecasters
'predkte.i snow in the mountains
[this past weekend, but instead
|we were snowed under with Mi-
|r ians es aping the heat. Val and
ly. :; Silberman arrived with
their traveling companions, the
I ,-is he's president of Bu-
Tjma Watch Company). They are
en their way to Saratoga and
hi uses and then off to some-
*he:e on Lake George.
VaU issued the lament of all
Isperrttes, that after Aspen'
e> l| need a vacation. They've
Iteen iMitinc. liiking, sitting in
I :nais and supping with
I'.r.e: Miamians here, among!
limy and Arthur Horo-
iltz The Horowitz." son Steven,
ring in a seminar here
el e entering Harvard Law
he Horowitz in-laus.
les, are here too.
I Sam Rosenfield came
Mth Toba and Barry
They went on to
Seatd* : San Francisco and
in between.
the main tourist at- j
I As;en this year is
sent sale Koing on at
I >allier shop here. :
- f om the airport, we di-
rect tests to the Largain
paserr.i prices knowing full
M '.' it DOtli ng makes a vaca- '
' : I i cess than get
a..: worthwhile at a
|i nt.
SO f 101 SEE a lot of suede
this winter, you'll know
muni the sweltering
^ ain is a bargain:
(! Dorothy Podhurst,
'': :: ly, missed the sale by
' > store having just !
r ": rhey thought of postpon-
N *< i i to I .os Angela*
liildren and Dorothy's
I '-o are meeting them '
"u!,| worry if they did |
.' on schedule. They are ,
ering making a swing
\s;.en on their way I
pat k. a Largain is a bargain. |
Aaron had all he could
[' st buying an apartment >
I and thai after only three1
di, i I
Jojce and Mike Sumberg. pio- i
neei Aspen vacationers, are here
let-am for the month of August.
l-hke. an amateur but able
Pnotdgrapher, has chosen Bill
as his subject for the;
' < 'ne of the best pictures [
took was of Bill and his
y~ 'e,',; "'!' daugnier. Suzanne.
I Symphony Holds Auditions
for the 1974-75 sea-
men Nappo Youth
; i rchestrawlll beheld
two Sundays in August. I
; ositions are oj>en in '
impet, trombone, French
""' the percussion
t:n. the lower ttrlnp and
sia. Interested persons
:a: contact Mrs. Hahn or Mr.
on the fourth floor of the
Miami Beach City Hall,
17011 NE 19th Ave., between
P:00 and 4.00 p.m. Aug. 18 and
Bo,
napping together in a hammock,
in the midst of a Miamian-Aa-
penite picnic rhat (.ne I want a
i i y of.
Ann Jattee of Gallery !>0 has
left, but Ann Rackimd, her part-
ner, has taken her place. There's
lots of art in Aspen and I sus-
pect their gallery will have a
western influence this fall.
Jl'ST IX: Bunny Horowitz
will be opening a boutique in
Coral Gables. Le Petit Coin
(pronounced Kwa), Bunny, who
is known for her imaginative
sense of style, is picking up
things she would like to own.
from New York, Asjien and all
points east and west. Miami
could use a touch of Xew York's
Serendipity 3.
So long. Louella. Hope you're
having half as good a time as I
am.
Pictured above in Jerusalem are members
of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
who recently toured Israel. From left to right
(back row) are Ephraim Jacobs,. Sarah Lich-
tenstein, Joe Kestenbaum, Betty Kesten-
baum, June Rosengarten, Edith Cohen,
Leona Ruslin, Irving Cohen, Gert Sosna,
Mr. & Mrs. Irving Halprin; (kneeling), Ye-
huda Gelber, Jean Feinberg, Rose Podden,
Fannie Willing and Sue Freeman.
Sisterhood Plans Luncheon And Card Party Tuesday
The Sisterhooo of Temple Ner with new members as guests.
Tamid plans a membership Luncheon sponsors are Mrs.
luncheon and card party Tuesday Jack Richman and Mrs. Louis
noon in the Sklar Auditorium, Suchman. Mrs. Yvctte Silbergor,
membership vice president, and
her cochairmap, Mrs. Leon Ka-
fin. are in charge of arrange-
ments. Sisterhood president is
Mrs. Louis Cohen.

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Friday, August 16, 1974
JWV and JWVA Delegates To
Attend National Convention
Post Commander Alex Green-
wald and Auxiliary Pl'irlMl1
Claire Greenwald, husband and
wife team of the Norman Bruce
Blown Post No. 174 and Ladies
Auxiliary will head a delegation
to the national convention of the
Jewish War Veterans of the
United States of America at the
Marriott Hotel, Philadelphia, Pa.,
next week.
Included in the delegation are
Jessie Rosenblum, Post philan-
thropic chairman and Edwin L.
Feitelman, vice commander of
the 4th Region of the Jewish
War Veterans. They will have
the honor of meeting the new
President of the United States,
the Honorable Gerald Ford, who
will participate in the opening of
the national convention Tuesday.
Evelyn L. Ferdie, president of
the Department of Florida
Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish
War Veterans will also lead a
delegation to the convention.
Past Department president Irene
Cooperman from Auxiliary No.
330, Miami Beach, will be a can-
didate for a national office.
Also attending from Auxiliary
No. 330 will be its president.
Pauline Lazarus, and Past Na-
tional President Billie Kern.
b -i: -tr
At the recent annual Depart-
ment Convention of the Jewish
War Veterans Auxiliaries, the
Auxiliary' of South Dade Post
No. 778. was presented many-
awards and honors.
They received the Service-
man's Service Trophy for the
second consecutive year for their
k at the Homestead Air
Force Base Hospital and the
O immunity Relations Trophy for
their active involvement in many
community projects. They also
received the Historian Trophy
for the outstanding book which
they compiled during the past
year, a Certificate of Merit for
Membership Increase and a Cer-
tificate of Merit for Aid to Is-
rael.
Although this Auxiliary is only
a yea: and a half old, under I 1
lea. of Leah Eta
president, it has become noted
throughout the sts its
landing work.
Department of ftp-
Intments were given to Pi 1
Coral Gables Ballet School
Begins Fall Term Monday
Martha Main- School of
Ballet will begin its Fall term
Monday and is registering stu-
dents from 3 to 7 p.m. through
Friday, Aug. 23, at 137 Giralda
Ave., Coral Gables.
Graded classes for beginners,
intermediate and advanced stu-
d nta a^ well as professionals
will be held Mondays through
Saturdays. Technique will be
tressed, and the program for the
advanced and professional groups
includes supported adagio and
ial classes in variations of
the standard re] o toiri .
Post, Auxiliary Sponsor
Chicken Dinner-Swim Party
The Ladies Auxiliary nf the
h War Veterans South Dade
Post No. 778, in conjunction
with the Post, will sponsor a
chicken dinner and swim party
for paid up memb rs at the home
of the president and commander.
Abe and Leah Eisenman, Satur
day at 8 p.m.
An all day garage sale will be
held at the Eisenman home Sun-
day. Proceeds of the sale are
used for parties given at the
Homestead Air Force Base Ho*
pital and at the Miami VA Hos-
pital.
dent Eisenman who will now edit
the -Flash." the State Auxiliary
paper; senior vice president Eve-
lyn Clein was appointed Service-
man's Service chaiiman and
nior vice president Sylvia Dub-
bin was splinted as Color
Guard.
Mrs Clein was also appointed
by the National Auxiliary Vet-
eran Administration Volunteer
Services as a Second Deputy-
Representative to the Miami VA
Hospital.
The Auxiliary meets the sec-
ond Monday of each month at
the office of Eisenman Realty
Corporation; all eligible women
are invited to attend at 8 p.m.
A *
Thursda Aug. 22. West Mi-
ami Ladies Auxiliary No. 223
will hold a board meeting at the
home of Sarah Levine. 10237 SW
24th St. All chairmen who have
written reports to make, will
bring copies to be read. Senior
vice president Charlotte Mittler
will preside.
Richard Mclver Candidate
For Circuit Court Seat
MCHAID m. HcW*
Lodge's Auxiliary To Meet
The Ladies Auxiliary of
George Gershwin Lodge 16.
Knights of Pythias, will hold a
general meeting Monday at 8
p.m. in the Surfside Community
Center, 93C1 Collins Ave. Wives
of lodge members are urged to
join th? auxiliary, which -has
Mrs. Abraham Fingerman and
Mrs. Francis Gans as its presi-
dium, and Mrs. Simon Endewe'.t
and Mrs. Philip Sahl as its pub-
licity cha'rmen.
Attorney Richard^ M. rDick">
Mclver, who has announced his
,,:,.: lacj for the Group 12 seat
on the Circuit Court bench, says
he is extremely concerned about
what tin media calls -voter apa-
thy."
Mclver '-'els ,nat now is ,he
time for the |>eo;>le of the United
states 10 reaffirm their faith in
our system of government by
easting a vote for the candidate
of their choice.
"Nowhere else in the world
can a government be removed
peacefully, without bloodshed, by
the representatives of the same
voters who put that government
into office." said Mclver. -The
entire world was watching."
Mclver, who savs the main is-
sue in his campaign is "Who is
the best man for the job?" be-
lieves his well rounded legal and
social ex[>erience in the commu-
nity qualify him for the post. A
practicing attorney in Dade
County for the past 21 years, he
received his B.S, degree from the
University of Tampa and obta n
ed his LL.B. degree ;.... ,'h*
University of Miami Law school
where he was a Law Senior
member Tff fhr--5BA'T*aouiet<
Mclver is a membe | gg
Florida Bar's Real !' pert?
Trust and Prolate Section and
Judicial Administration Commit'
tee. the Dade County Bar Atso-
ciation and American JudicMm
Society. A past presid, nt <,( ^
Exchange Club, he is rarreatb
serving as genera! chairman o|
its American Citizenship pro.
grams.
A World War II combat vet-
eran, Mclver is a member of the
American Legion, Biscayne Bay
Blue Lodge, Scottish Rite, Miami
York Rite and Mahi Shrine, Hi
is currently serving as president
of the Miami Acacia Club.
A native of Wilmington, N.CL-
where he was born in 1926 Me<
Iver and his wife, the i..rmer
Ruth Ellison of Belle Glade, an;
the parents of two boys sue tM
girls and have one grandchild,
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, August 16. 1974
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A GIFT FOR OUR SUBSCRIBERS
Question
Box
B RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
topy Jht Jewl,h Telegraphic Agency
Why 1.0 me Jews Insist
pon having the nurritt*re
ceremony performed in the
^n air?
The intent is to have the eere-
ny performed under the stars.
,-Vis desired so that the stars
lbme will signify the blessing
iven to the Patriarch. Abraham.
] that his children would bo as
Plentiful as the stars in the heav-
es above iGenesis).
IUl practice would thus fall
e with a number of cus-
Lms that somehow appear as a
Symbol of plentiful progeny, for
^mple. the custom of throwing
huts at the grnom when he was
aHed before the Torah before
lus wedding.
Why do some texts pre-
jcribe the ae of eighteen a*
the right ape for marriage
(i.e. Aboth 5:24)?
Some trace this number to
echnical derivations from words
the Bible.
For example, there are those
h> claim that this number is
ise-i on the fact that Adam's
hame is mentioned a total of
lighteen times in the Bible until
be finally consummates his mar-
riage with Eve.
Others state that the numer-
cal value of the Hebrew word
jhat constitutes the expression
fAni He" which is used in the
(Jibhoal phrase "And he shall
ike a wife, etc." (Leviticus
rid, in the same expres-
i And he." which begins the
hrase in the Psalms "And he is
bridegroom," (Psalms 19:6 is
he number eighteen.
There aie those who claim a
Itactical basis for this statement
the sense that thus seems to
i proper biological age. Bio
bgi illy, a human being needs
i give lull expression to his emo-
onal drives and marriage
f this -^ible in both a le-
II ite and dignified way. The
\< I fears sinful thoughts or
'' ould overtake one wh i Is
ried by the age of 20
n .
\\h\ do some insist that
th.- wedding fetal take place
only ;il night?
dm the wedding of
M Rebecca as the x i
Abraham's sei i
home with the In-
t Rebecca, I
the we Iding wa
immated until eve-
1 also be a prac-
il in, it is easiei to
ests in the evenin
usually are work-
e i-ii 'i c-
e i eing a social
i he community, was
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Religious Services
mi ami
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 5 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox^
Cantor Aron Bsn Aron.
,M,u6 EWES Ml SW 19th Ave.
ANCon.E.rv.Viv Cantor So. PaKow.tz.
BETH AM (Temp.t.. 5950 N'Kendall
Dr S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert M. Baumgard. Assocate RabtM
Idem; Sermon Politics and!
The v.- American Jew. W rlai>oi
Richard Dav a, new HUM dlractoi a
III- I-. v V
bcth DAVIU *r625 SW ?ra Ave.
BcInH,ervDa?,ve Rabb, Sel ,anJflu
Canter William Lipson.
BETH EL. Btt SW 17th A\ Orth.
do*. Rabbi H RcthmfcT.
BETH KODESH 1101 8W W *v
Modern Tradl-.ierai Rabb. M# B*.
pirs Cantoi La*H Seaal Rev. A.ex
SWhl. Rev Merdel Gotterman. I
BETH TOV (Tamplal. MM WMjJ
Conservative. Rabbi
SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER. M5
Collini Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATIONETZ CHAIM. 1M2-
44 Washington Avs.
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NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th St. Causeway.
North Bay Village. Conservative.
Cantor Murrav Vavneh S2-A
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARO
CONGRECA'ION. 707 5th St. Mi-
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor.
decai Chaimovits. 32-B
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NORTH MIAMI BIACH
AOATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1021
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conse-vative
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Cantor Ian
Alpvrn. 33
AGUOATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center. 19256
NE 3rd Ave. Orthodox. 33-A
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BETh TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
sehitz Cantor Jacob B. Mndelscn.
34
Robel7 Cantor Seymour
Hinkes. 8
B-NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 1S3rd St.
Conservative Rabbi Victor D. Zwel-
ing. Cantor Jack Lerner.
36
"TJfilii.Wfti SYNAGO^L^
3un,et Drive. Orthodox. Rabb,
Ralph Glixman.
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ISRAEL (Temple' OF GREATER Ml-
AM* 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabb.
,.,, & :1 -llaruaalon of some of
., ssues hj candidate* r mi
S-n'ate In Sep. I*. prl-
man election ___
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 W 25th
5L Conservative. Rabbi Solomon
W.ldenberg. Cantor Nathan Parnass
OR OLOM (Temple) /* SW 1th
St Conservative. Rabb. David M
9ron Cantor Stanley Rich. i-J
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TEMPLE ISRAEL-SOUTH (Formerly
Beth Tikv 9025 Sunset Dr. He.""'.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. "-*
: p.m B **
: 91.....' I _
p, r 9r) or
. The Situation In
- Mlddti Eaal >
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6W0 N. V sroi
Ave. Conservative.

Z'ON ,Temple). 8000 Miller Rd Con.
servative Rabbi Normar. Sn-iD'ro
Canter Errol Helfman. ">
HI Alt AH
T'fereth JACOB (Tamptal Hi
tf- Ave Conservative. Rabbi Na-
.INAI (Temple' OF NORTH DADE
18S01 NE 2.'nd Ave. Reform. Rabb.
Ralph P. K.ngsley. Cantor Irvina
Shu kes 3'
Friday B*1S p.m Sabbath Eve service
with l>r and Mrs Joel Sandbem and
i>r Alan Dress as readers Dr Sand-
i.I ix. (su.-.-i speaker will dtacuas '""
Jews and Medicine." Saturday 10:SS
a m Sabbath Mantlng aarvlca,
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. '151 KJ
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabb. Dov
Bidnick
33
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Zev Leff. 39
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.ORAL GABLES
JUDEA (Temple). 5550 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Michael B. Eisen-
si.it Cantor Rita Shore. 40
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabb. Maurice Kit n
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tmnm
VCGAN DAV'D CONGREGATION
?343 Harding Ave. Orthcncx. Rabbi
Isaa: D. V:ne. Car.tor Liebels
Lev.ne. 50
FORT LAUDEKDALE
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W.
Oakland fat* Blvd. Rabbi Phil'p A
Labow.u. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
Pridaj p m Saiurdaj IS m
l>at
t%an Z-ilondek
18
EVANUEL 3243 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Aoran-s Canter Jerome Klement. 43
e
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON-
GREGATION Liberal 3501 Uni-
versity Dr. RaBhi Max Waltz, 44
e
F0MPAN0 BEACH
MARGATE JEWISH CliNTER 6101
NW 9th St
\ p m Sal '
- worship

NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION 2228
NE 121al St. Conservative c.
eseri- Oorflnkal. Cantor Yehuda
Bm>amin. 35
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MIAMI BEACH
AGLDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever. '7
a
BETH ISRAEL 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
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BETH JACOB 301 Washington Av*. 4HOLOM (Templel. 132 Sli 11th Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Shmaryahu T Sw-r. Conservative. Rabbi Morns A. Shop.
sky Cantor Maur ce Mamches. 19 Cantor Yaacov Henxer. 49
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 jf*-
'erson Ave Ccnr ,-rvative Raboi
Elliot Wmograd. Cantor Saul Breeh.
20
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kron.sh.
Cantor Oavid Conviser. 21
TEMPLE BETH SOLOMON. 927 Lin-
coin Rd. Modern Conservative. Rab-
bi David Raab. M-A
HALIANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
(Conservative). 416 NE 8th Ave
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz. Csntor
Jacob Danziger. 12
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE-
GATION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
CLBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave.
Rabbi Meir Masliah Melamed 23-A
EMANU-EL iTemple). 1701 Washing.
:on Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvmq
Lehrmsin. Cantor Zv Adler. 24
HEBREW ACADEMY :400 P.ne Trt(
Dr Orthodox. RaSbi Alexander S.
Groea. 25
CONGREGATION AN-NELL (Brsrch
jf Hebrew Acadtmyi. 7th St. and
Msr.dian Ave Orthodox 25-A
JACOB C COHEm COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi T.bor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Engel 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euel.d Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfie.d
Cantor Abrshim SeiJ 27
MENCRAH (Temple'. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram.
owitz. Cantor N.co Feldman. 28
B >..turii^> n
du ted >> also hav. -1
PiUcnmak this asnuflaa?
S- ru 'Pilzrini.- PTtifesalon *t
tor hizh
cbo. On
Frank Vsr..n I>-.-n.ir.1 Maima.. and
I -r
BackTo-School
Fashion Show Set
The Sisterhood of Temple Is-
rael of Miramar is sponsoring a
spaphetti dinner and fashion
siu.w at 3:00 p.m. Sunday. Aug.
25. at Temple Israel of Miramar.
6920 SW 35th St.
Fashions, courtesy of Sears
Children's shop, will be modeled
by some of the children of the
;.. The theme of the eve-
ning will be "Back to School
Back to Shul."
The spaghetti dinner will be
pre] ared and served by members
of the Sisterhood board Mrs.
Bunin will \:c scliinu' tickets
in the temple from 1:00 to 4:00
eai h da; next week li you can-
not pick up your tickets you may
ordei your tickets by phone.
Friday, August 16, ljtti
Ok n&Ui Sr>J
The Law Of Shemitn
By RABBI DOVJslANK'K .
Sky Lke Sywigegae
Every one of you must have
heard a great deal about the won-
derful laws, commandments and
precepts con-
tained
Torah.
must
heard
in the
You
have
that
Marine Stadium
Show Benefits
Lend-A-Hand Fund
The Miami Herald is sponsor-
ing t'.e last show in the "Stars
I'mier The Stars" series at the
Marine Stadium Thursday. Aug.
22. as a benefit for its Lend-a-
Hand Fund.
Master musician Ray Stevens
will head the list of entertain-
ers: also featured will be The
Freeman Sisters and Sammy
S;>ear and his Symphonic Band.
Tickets for the show, which
will be emeeed by MacKinley
Williams of Radio Station
WRRD. ire available at all Dade
County Burdine's Stores. Gate 7
at the Orange Bowl, the Public
Sen ice Counter in the Miami
Herald Lobby and the Marine
Stadium box office.
Retinitis Pigmatosa Group
A general meeting of the
Dade-Broward Chapter of the
Retinitis Pigmatosa Foundation
will 1* hold at 8:00 p.m., F .
in : Firsl Fe leral Sa\ and
in Associati in's Nej tune
r. I- tii Entrance*, 18
: e Blvd.. North Mi
Beach.. Everyone interested in
this dreaded eye disease should
attei
Rabbi Bidnick
the laws of
Torah teach
.lews to be
kind, consid-
erate and gen-
erous. Vou
have probably
also heard it
said frequent-
ly that the
1 of the Torah are given to
discipline a person, to make him
more ready to live peacefully
with his fcl!o.vman. And then you
must have asked yourselves: how
do the laws of the Torah teach
and achieve that?
The fact is that every- l*w *
the Bible and of the Rabbis does
aim at making us better people.
But the person who has not made
a thorough study of the Torah
cannot easily see how the differ-
ent laws actually achieve this.
The things which are always
clearly visible on the surface are
usually not the most precious On
the contrary, the more difficult a
thing is to get at, the more valu-
able it becomes.
There are laws in the Torah
the explanation and the meaning
of which cannot easily he seen by
the casual reader. There are
many precepts and command
meets Which require a great di'al
of study and thinking until a per-
son can come to see the inner
meaning and significance. Some
lam are actually so difficult to
understand that even Solomon,
the arisesl >f 111 rnpn that have
ii on this earth, failed to un-
der-' in them.
The portion of the Law I r this
week contains many different
kinds and groups of laws. Some
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
R'Ai
HOUVrVOOD
BETH EL iTemple). 1551 S 14th Av
Rt-'orm Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Assist-
ant Rabbi Harvey M. Rosenfeld. 45
Kriiiay. 1:15 pm Sabhatn Vaaper
services conducted by Rabbi Harvey
M Ki.srnf.1.1. who will alao deliver
the sermon on "* ibaaisationa cn ,^.. -
mini: A Rabbi Mrs Rosenfeld will
ih- s.,l-l...h tapera: memorial
prayers will be re. ited at the ronclu-
sion of the services
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 4601 Ar-
thur St. Conservative. Rabbi Mor.
ton Malavsky. Csntor Irving Gold. 4
SINAI (Temple,. 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative Habbi Oavid Shapiro
Associate Rabbi. Chaim S. Listfieid.
Cantor Yehuda L. He.lbraun. 47
TEMPLE BETH AHM. Conservative
310 SW 62nd Ave.. Hollywood. Rabb.
David Rosenf.eld. Cantor Harry
Schmerl.ng. 47-B
TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal). 5101 Sher-
dan St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Robert
Frann Cantor Michael Kyrr. 47-C
YOUNG ISRAEL of HOLLYWOOD
(Orthodox). 3891 Stirling Rd. 53
Saturday. Sam.
MIKAMAI
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35th St
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Draz r.
Cantor Abraham Kester. 44
HOMESTEAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTE*
183 NE 8th St Conservative 51
*%**** v
'V<***^W
NER TAMID (Temple) 20th St. and
Tatum Waterway Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labov-tz Cantor Ed-
ward Ktein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. 7056 Bomta Or Or-
thodox. Rabbi Phmeaa A. Weberrran
CANDLEUGHTING TIME

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"Behold. I st before you this day a blessing and a curse
. ." Chapteis XI. 26. XVI, 171
ISRAEL'S CHOICE: Israel, continue.1 Moses, was facet! with
the choice of bessing if they observed God's commands, or curse
if they rejected them. When they entered the Promised Land a
ceremony would be held on the mountains of Gerizim and Ebal at
which the 'blessing'' and the "curse" would be pronounced.
LAW OF A CENTRAL SANCTUARY: Moses now turned to
the exposition of a number of religious, civil and social laws
which were to control the daily life of Israel in the Promised
Land. He dealt first with the principle of centralized worship,
which was directed against the idolatrous practice of erecting
shrines on "mountain, hill and under every green tree."
CRIME OF IDOLATRY: The Israelis, declared Moses, should
beware of imitating the hideous rites of the C'anaanites. which
included child sacrifice to their gods. The false prophet who at-
tempted to entice them to worship idols, or indeed any tempter
even a member of one's own family was to be put to death.
All the inhabitants of a city who. after investigation, were con-
victed of idol worship were also to be put to death and the city
and its contents utterly destroyed by fire. No one was to follow
the heathren practice of gashing himself or shaving his head ;ts a
sign of mourning for the dead.
DIETARY LAWS AND TITHES: As a holy people. Israel
was to refrain from eating any abominable thing. Moses therefore
repeated and expounded the dietary laws given previously at
Sinai. The command was also given that a second tithe, consist-
ing of the tenth part of the annual produce of the soil including
corn, wine and oil. was to be brought by every Israelite to the
central sanctuary and consumed there. The Israelite who lived
too far away and found it impossible to carry the tithe with him
could realize its value in money, purchase fotxi at the sanctuary
and enjoy a festive meal with the members of his household and
the Levites. At the end of each year, this tithe, instead of being
brought to the sanctuary, was to be devoted to the relief of the
poor and the Levite at home.
THE THREE PILGRIM FESTIVALS: In amplifying the
laws relating to the Feast of Passover, the Feast of Weeks and
the Feast of Tabernacles. Moses emphasize,! that three times a
year every male was to make a pilgrimage to the central sanctu-
ary, where prescribed religious ceremonies were to be performed.
j>re ampaji. those that are m
difficult to grasp.
One law. however, is simple
understand and yet very inter*
ing to study more closely, it]
the law of Shemita.
Shemita means "release."
for instance, a person had to sel
all his labor, all the work of
hands to another, and become
kind of slave, he had to he releaj
rd at the beginnin,- ol the '^1
enth year. No man.
the buyer had paid fur his lab
or how little work Hi
managed to do for
seventh year was a Shem'ti
jnd every bondsman
free.
But it was not only the on
man who became free fron I
master. The laws of the Sha"j
year went much further If a;
son borrowed some money ti\
was unable to pay it. when)
Shemita year came, the credito
the person who lent th monejl
could no longer demand l| vtj
In other words, the debtor, ftj
person who owed the debt, bt|
came free from his obligation!
repay it.
On the surface thi law
very strange. Whv should a
son be released from his oblig
tions simply because he wait)
until Shemita year came alon^
Yet the reason for this law
very interesting, and certa.i
deserves closer study and cfl
sideration.
If a person has to borrow m|
ey from his neighbor or tries
that means, of course, that bej
in difficulty. And
find the money to repay ih-
that is probabh thii '. the 'J
that on account of h po\
cannot possibly mar 'r nNI
his obligations! T'h< re n*j Vi
kind- of ri'a^nr- I ir I ^ i
law of release was
tect the very poor nd heW
pars n in order thai he no* hive to worn il
debt he could not re|
There was natu
ability that whir
year was shortly due
fifth or the sixth year )(
cycle, a person a
lend mon*y, in caso he werei
repaid in time. The T
thought of that i)' -
And. therefore, the B:hlei
on to say: "Beware that
be not a thought in :n> wki
heart, saying, the seventh ya
the year of release, is at hir
and thine eye be evil again*!
poor brother and thou ,ivestaj
nought: and he cry unto the I"
against thee, and it
thee."
Is not this law a w.-.derfuli
ample of the kindneo consider!
tion and charity the Torah tea
es the Jew to exercise" Doesi
this law give us an insight
the purpose of the eomn
ments of the Bible" What oO
nation or religion ran point
such humane and fine la"
their legal systems"
There are manv other
which have the same P'JrP0*.'
make the Jew compa-.onate.t"
of mercv and consideration '-
up to us to look for the wj
meaning of our laws If ** "^
to do so. we would proclaim.
gether with the Psai
"The laws of the Lord are"
right and gladden the hearty
CONCERT A musical tjl
ute will be paid to America"
gionnaires attending the Lw*
56th annual national ^"Jfi
in Miami Beach next '<*'%
form of a specially-!':"cra^
concert to be held in GU^I
Hall Monday. The >"'er' *wl
sored by Miami Philhaj^l
president Maurice G"srnaa
feature the Philharmonic*^
tra with Frederick Eennen ^
ductor-in-Residence at u*
versity of Miami. conJuc
program. ..---


joy, August 16. 1974
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halting at the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Cen-
L in Jerusalem are Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Wsisberg and
heir three children, Mitchell, Miriam and Howard, who has
Lst celebrated his Bar Mitzvah. Mrs. Weisberg is the presi-
int of the Florida Region of Hadassah. While at the Med-
ici Center, Miriam Weisberg, who is studying Sociology,
Isiteei the Social Services Department of the hospital. In
\e picture can be seen a picture of Henrietta Szoid, found-
of Hadassah. The Weisberg family lives in North Miami
ach.
LEGAL NOTICE
ME C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
.EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
\CC FLORIDA. tN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE O'VISION
PROBATE NO. 72-6300
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thereof upon petitioner*! at*
how ami and aililies- are;
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al Miami. Hade County,
13th 'i.....f August, 1874.
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fennation from Hadassah's na-
tional headquarters in New
York that a typewriter donated
to the wounded soldiers in the
Hadassah Hebrew Univer-
sity Medical Center in Jerusalem
is being used as therapy. The
tvpewriter is placed on a special
rolling table which fits neatly
over the bed, at the right level
for typing.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned. deslriiiK in eniraae In
l.u.-it under the fictitious name of
IiY GEORGE at 505 Weal 13rd Street,
H eah, Florida SSolO Intends i. rea-
later said name with th.- Clerk ot the
1 nil Cnnjri ol Dadi County Florida
CESAR FASHION8 OF t*vi, iv
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE D'V'SION
J. GVWNN PARKER
PROBATE NO. 74-5077
'n RE Estate ..f
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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Extati
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nat the ee-
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Hillel Day School
Executive Board
Members Named
Michael Scheek, president ol
tlie Hillel Community Day
School, named the members of
the exp-utive b^ar^vr ftie A974-
75 school year. They include
Irving Canner, Finance; Irving
I iiulnick, House; Dr. Joel Den-
nis, president emeritus and
Building Fund: Mrs. Peshe Den-
nis, Registration; Gary Dubin,
At Large; Dr. Lee Duffner, h'riu-
cation; Ben Genad. Transporta-
tion and Men tor Hillel; Herbert
Gold. Budget and Personnel.
Also Mrs. Bertie Kuttler, sec-
retary; Irving Kuttler, At Large;
Dr. Meron Levitate, vice presi-
dent; Arthur Upson, treasurer;
Ha ry Rosen, Legal Affairs;
Robert Boss, At Large; Gary
n at. Public Relations; Dr.
Arnold Sheir. At Large; Mrs.
Judy Silveiinan, PTA; Mrs.
Betty Vyeinberg, Women for Hil-
ls : Sen. Sherman U'inn, At
Large; Judge Arthur Winton,
Gi int in-Aid; William Wolowitz,
Site and Development, and Mor-
ton Z i Re igioua Affairs,
memt ers of the I card of
governors tor the coming year
aic Dr. and Mis. Wallace Fin-
gerer, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosen,
Mr, and Mrs. -Man Bostorn, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Golden and Dr.
and Mrs. Leon Roth.
Rabbi Albert Mayerfeld has
assumed his responsibilities as
the new principal of Hillel. The
school, entering its fifth year,
has a record enrollment for the
'74-'75 year and is proceeding
with plans to build a new fa-
cility
Hillel offers a well balanced
program of L'ngish and Hebrew
studies for students from nur-
sery through the eighth grade.
Bus transportation is provided
for the North Dade and South
Broward areas from Miami
Lakes as far north as Tamarac.
Applications for students are
still being accepted. For further
information, call the school of-
fice.
bituarien
MONDRES
JOSEPH, 78. of, MB paaaed away
Aug. 12, 1674 Survived hj wife Dor-
othy, "f M i'. "ii. Mari in of \'i> mi
\ ,i i daughter.'34re. l.ol* Seff, of
MUunl vJa w. N v, 'i:
grandchildren. Ho \> .> a undei and
Nr-TICE UN!-;.
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AMTU PAAKIHfi IN THI llAl
865-2353
720 S.e-'/ firii S'rtel
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charter member of
Mi n' Social Club
v. i r i x. r iiml Paal
'ovmopnlitan iMigf
il Porte Tow '!-
lie wan an or-
S'obel li'iiinl of
of I.O.O K I 'in
Inn ffW H he devoted hlnjaelf t"
nervlce men'a welfare Hi aerved an
:i in. mini ..f Hi.- board "f Temple
lleth El in Pouyhkeepale, S V In
IS4B !" moved i" I '"';ii 'lablea and
waa ;i charter memnei and board
member "f whai iv now Tempb
Judea, He Berved two terma an
11. ni. nt ..I Ma. i iii.. i ndfra of
U'nal H'rlth for whloh I"- wan iJioaen
outatand..... Ii dgi iii i denl "f I'i--
Iricl 3 For in..:" .' ire he waa
, ha h in." ii 'MA IEI1" ampalffii al
Porte Towers :i".i together with his
wife Dorothy wan honored by lha
.1. i-li .\i i lonal Fund and .i irroup
of tn wore planted In larael In
their hi not Mi- nutati ndlng devo-
tion and work in B'nai B'rlth
hroughi him much ei .'-::iii"ii and
honor II. aerved two termi at (Ice
Prcaldenl "f the S. Pla. Council, Vli
iT.-.-i i. n' of the Hillel Advl
i;. .i rd, hall man of Careei ind
Counxellng Service Hi wan recentl;
Hiipoin .I b) the Peili ration to tl
. mmuulty i "haplali Servli Board
II,. i| rganl -' the newly
,-.,.,,,. .; ihhI ,h i dgi ol B'nal B'rltl
In hip memor) il......'""- ma> be
,,,,,,:. IITIth or Ihi larael
l-.i.i. rgi nej Fund Rervd were held
. | River- di apel Tui day with
Inti i hi. ni in Mi N'i bo Cemetery.
HOLLANDER
SAM1 EL il Vl "' MB paaaed away
Thuradaj Aug v Cami here 21 yeara
nK.- fr. in i bi.iiM" Member of Work-
. i pcli "I'h ago Club, Chicago
Friendship Club and ihi Jewlah la-
bor Commlttei Survived bj dauah
i.-r Mra Jeanne Breltel and Mra
Beatrlci H Radln boih < N v C I
erandi hlldn i 2 great-gran Ii I lldren
and : brother. Ben of Patterson.
X .1 Servlcea were held Prlday at
Kiveraidi Chapela with entombmenl
In l iii>.-id. Memorial Park.
MINTZ
Miami-Dode North Students
May Register In Advance
Advance registration is open to
new, former anil continuing stu-
dents at Miami-Dade Community
Collegi. North Campus, now
through Aug. 20.
Admission, advisement and retr-
istrat'on may be completed in
one visit, Monday through Fri-
day, 9 air. to 2 p.m.. on the
groun I floor of Scott Hall. No
,i i] ointment is necessary. Fall
te m lasses I 'uin Aug. 26. Rog-
ui.-'..- registration is Aug. 22.
SAMUEL OV 81, of 2131 SW 19
Ave paaaed away Wedneadav, Auk
7 ii. had been a realdenl here for
the paal 28 yeara coming from Phil-
adelphia He was ih.- owner of Cy a
Auto Partt. A Veteran ol WW II
and the Paat Chancellor Commander
,.f Hi. Flagler Gable* Lodge 1\ Ml
No in7 in r.'T- Hi la aurvlved by
his wife Alice; r brother. Stanley ot
Miami; 2 alatera, Mra. Imira Ital.ini'-
Wltl and Mrs. Betty Koff of Miami
Bervl .- were held Prlday al Oor-
don Funeral Minn- nh Intermenl in
Mt S'nal Cemeterj in lieu of How-
era donatlona may be made i" the
Heart Aeeoc Shiva obaerved al tne
realdence, 2181 BW l Avt
SCHNEIDER. George, M. of North
Miami Beat h. Lavltt. Interment
I akealdi .. ,
GOLDBERG, Hairy, it. of .Miami
Beach. Rlveralda.
MOSKOWiTZ. Rebecca. Bl. ol
Miami Beach. Newman.
NESSBAUM. I ..iiis. II. of Miami
II. a. h New man
freeoman. Maurice. 7". '! Nortn
Miami. Levitt.
GOLD. Benjamin. M, ol Miami
l:. i.ii. Rlveralde
LEOPOLD, Max M 19. "( Hallan-
dale Rlvi i siile.
NEWMAN. Gordon H 7".. of
Miami Beach Rlvert de
ratner. Morrla. "i Miami Beach.
MIKLOWITZ. Sadie, 0, of N.
M ml evitt.
NELSTADT. Jennie, of Miami
Beat h i lordon
ROSNER. Ben, 7". "i HaltandaM.
Riverside
COHEN. HENRY, M. of Miami.
Gordon Intermenl Star Bavla.
FRIEDMAN. V. Iv ird A 88. Of
Hallandalc Rlveralde interment
1 .ik.-
SA' ZBERO. MoiTli M 77 of
1!., i.,, i..:. Rlveralde. Interment
of David
fishman. Solomon, 18, of Miami
11, ach New man.
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Repie
Blaabent Intermenl I^akeaida.
SCHEL. Harry J.. 91, i'f Miami
Bea h Rlveralde, Intermenl
I aket Ida. .
ABRAHAMSON. Sophia, SI. "f
North Miami. KJ> I
BROVyN, Aim.n. ?fi, o&KlWth Miami,
Beach. Gordon.
GRENADIR. Alan. 87. "f South
Miami Levitt. Interment Slat of
i tavld,
esnoff. Samuel. 78. Of Miami.
i iordon.
NibsMAN, I lllian. 71. "f North
Miami Beach. Levitt
SEIDMAN. Auauata, 70. "i w: i ''
Park, Gordon. Interment Mt, Nebo
whvte, Bather, 86, of Miami
i ; ai h Blaabi m Interment Laka-
COHEN, Eather Malka. sn. of
Miami Beach. Klu rir
COLTON, Paj Kiviisiite.
eisenkhaft. Murray. 7-. ..r
Miami Bi ach Blaabenf,
Gkanowitz. Jennie, 75, Bi ... h. I evitt
CAHN. Jacoh M 86, of Miami
Beach, Riveridde.
CUTLER. Abraham S.. 62, "f
Miami Rlveralde.
HOFFMAN, IrvillK. 69, of Miami
iteai ii Rlvi ralde. Intermenl Beth
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JASEN. Roae, 86, of Miami Gordon.
adlman. Herman. 77. of North
M ami Beach Rlveralde Inter-
:.. n< i aki iiie.
ELOOM, N,Mil.in 66, Of Miami
,.,... ii H\\ side Intermenl Mt.
Xeho
dentel. irvina, 77. of Miami
Di:,.; Ni man
KKAUSS. Ifilhel 71. ..!' Ml..ml
lie.i.i. Uordon
LbeFORT. Sally. 75. "f Miami
Iteai h (lordon,
SC HIFF. Ilr\. I II 78, of Miami
Beach Rlveralde
LlPSON, Charlea, .! Miami Beach
Rlveralde
RlCKLlN. 1 aurle, "7. "f Miami
Beach Rlveralde
FRIEDMAN. Robert 27, of Miami.
Rlvi ralde Intermenl Lakeaide.
joel, Sara M 71. of Miami
Bench lliveralda
LAZARUS. Anne, 68, "f Miami
Bi ach, Rlveralde. Interment
i aki Klde, _
lipton. John, 88. of Miami Beach.
Rlveralde ... .
malka. Alexander Tl. ( North
Miami Beach Rlveralde,
MiNiz, Samuel "Cy." 61. of
Miami. Gordon.
LOBEL, Leta, 98, of North Miami
Beach Rlveralde
NEWMAN. Roae 76, of Miami
Beach. Levitt ,
GAFF, Morrla. Miami Beach.
Ulaabera _
AMES. Am..-. "7. of Miami Beach.
Newman ... ,
BAUMAN. Sidney. 68, ..f Miami.
Uordon Intermenl Lakeaide.
fine. Bather, 89, ol Miami Beacn.
FINER5! Llbby. 58. ol Miami Beach.
Rlveralde ..,_,
greenstein. Bthel. j4. of Miami.
Rlveralde. M
halpern. Abraham. 85, of N.
Miami Gordon Interment
hassman, Sophie. 61, of Miami
Beach. Rlveralde Intarmant Mt
MILLER. \Mi" of Miami Gordon.
Intermenl Lakeaide. ,,_.
auslandeR. Baale, r. "f Miami
6ENENSON. I.cih. SI. ot Miami.
EPNER, Henn 81. ol Miami
Beach Rlveralde
mates. Evelyn, 57. Gordon, Inter-
in. in Star ol David.
michelman. Joaephlne. 84. i.f
Miami Levitt Interment Lakeaide
ray. Edith nf Miami Rlveralde.
WEiNlKAUo. rtoae, 90, of Holly-
wood Mi norah Chapel Intermi nl
Stat f l'a\iil Gardena. Pompano
BLOCH, Evelyn Mary, 87, ol Miami
Beach Newman.
COHN. Xetlie. 7:i. "f Miami Itea.h.
Blaabenr.
KRAFT. Oacar. M. ol Miami Beach.
New man.
SEDLITZ. Jacob, S*. ol Miami
Beach, Blaabem.
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VL BEACH WZj
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Page 14-B
-Jeist Meridian
Friday, August 16, 1974
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY I
the andi 1 slgni '.. desiring
in 1 u-:':. -s mtdcr the fli titloui 1
of PRECISION BENDING MFG.
PRECISION BENDING MANVF
TURING, and PRECISION BENDING
MANUFACTURING COMPANY at
1435 Alton Rood, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida Intends to reclfei said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dane County. Florida
I. & M PUMU1NC, SUPPLY. INC.
SIMON HAYS & GRUNDWERG
Attorney 1 for
1 ,\ M PLUMBING SUPPLY. INC.
\ Building
Miami Florida 8813C
I 1-9-16-tl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CASE NO. 74-2?633
NOTICE TO DEFEND
h. R, The Marriage <"
MICHAEL BACCENTl.
Hual 1 i-n. tltloner. And.
Th. reea Baccenll.
Wife-Respondent
vor THERESA 8ACCBNT1
residence is unknown, an- herebj
tmed that Mioha.' S
a petitioi for marriaiN dl*w>hitl< n In
this Court and thai you are required
t. f ;. your an wet. row id-
Ing then 10, with thi Cl< K of this
1 rid t" serve a eouy iti< 1
up, pb aussel, '."" NW T'h
Avi :.u.. Miami. Florida your
husband attornej on 01 about K t
is. 1974. otherwise Default will be
enten -t you by the Circuit
Judge
Dated: Aug 7. i!>74
RICHARD 1' MH1NKER
Circuit Court
Bjr: H. J. FOY. DC
E 9-1fi-23-30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74-22721
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The marriage of
PIERRE FEWllEHE.
Husband,
MARIE FEQUIERB.
Wife.
YOU MARIE FEQUIERE. 102-11 45
Road. Rayside Queens. New- York, are
required to file your answer to the
petition for dissolution Of marriage
with the Clerk of the above Court and
serve a COpj thereof upon the peti-
tioner's attorney, Herman 'Cohen.
Esq 688 B W 1st Street. Miami, Flor-
ida, on or before September 17. 1974.
or ebte petition will be confessed.
Dated: AuKUSt 7 1974
RICHARD P. BltlNKER
Clerk, Circuit Court
n> li .1 POT.
1 put> Clerk
K 16-13-30 9,'6
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. 74-22771
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: the MARRI VGE OF:
GIOVANNI FTJRNARL
Husband
and
HBDWIG l.EMBO FL'KNAHl
TO: Hedwig Lembo Furnarl
'' I !., c. a i auue
N. w Rochelle, New
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that fot Dlaaolu of Mar-
riagi filed against you ind
you I r, 'iill n Of
\ ..u' a rltti n .! any. t" it on
ANGBLO A Ai.i. attornej for Peti-
tioner, tlreaa Suite 4on.
Roberta Bulk) i ''
I, and file
the original with the Clerk of the
aboi itj d ourt on i
L'"th. 1974; w'll
be entered against you for th.- i
,' the 11 mpl lint ir im -
tition.
i i,..- notice shall be published once
.1 ',.- ', ,,r .i.ri-erUl'V W\
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Uii.vK,-.- my band and the Mai of
Bald court at Miami. Florida on "J-is
8th day of Aunust. 1974
RICHARD P BRINK F.R
Ai Clerk. Clr uit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By WILLIE BRADRHAW JR.
As Deouty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ANC.F.I.o A A LI"
Suite 4n. Roberts Building
2 West Flintier Straet
Miami. Florida 33130
Attorney for Petitioner
8 16-13-30 9/6
i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HJ5REBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to -nga*re In
buafneaa ui ler the flctitioua name of
PEDRO ilORTOACK co INC at 2581
East 8th Ave.. Hialaah Florida in-
taod^ to register said name with the
. k of the Circuit Conn of Dade
Countv Florida.
FFKUI'E HERNANDEZ
8A-:2-Je 9.6
v
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the '.. dl : signed, I
in I'll- ui the flctltloui
of NORTH DADE CHIROl
I R at 14861 u ;
l
e with the < Clr-
, iinty.
DR. JOEL I
'^'--------------------------
!* NOTrC'E UNDER
I FICTITROLfesNAME LAV.
..- HERE!
tl ,
In s ..
"th
'
I
Sui
l shak
,
,.\v "th .-
6-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN I
the undersign i desiring li em
In business iimleT th fictitlvui narne
3TI RiN ASSOCIATES N '
125th Street. N'
'
County, Florida
A !
P'
AND
1. CA .-''
s.
IN THE CIRCL COURT CF THE
ELEVENTH JLD CIAL C'RCUIT
OF FLORIDA IS' AND FCR
DATE COUNTV
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-4*58
! !: E- I
s
1-
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
> i PERSl SS INTER] -
OF SAID
DECEDENT,
j i re hei eby I i that a i
be the
.
dent i ,- been adm tted to probate in
said Court. You are hereby com-
manded withm Bin month*
fp m the date I thi first publication
of this nolloe to appear in said Court
and show cause I S ou can. whv
the action of s.nrl 'cur; in admitting
said will to probate should not stand
uni evoked.
JITMIF. JOHN R BLANTOM
Circuit Court Judge
RICHARD P. BRINKER Clerk
By CORNE1 I. ROBINSON
Denutv Clerk
KURT WEI I ISCH Attorney at Litw
Attorney for GILBERT MARBEY.
i xei ul it of Betati : UL1JAN
HOOVER, Deceaaed
11 Almeria Avenue, Pu't. 200-B
Coral Cables. Florida 33134
First publication of this notice on
the I'th day of Aucust, 11-74
6 -l-S -! 0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CiAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-44J9
'" RE E-.....if
SIMON TE' PEPBERG, h a
A rEPPERBE
NOTICE TO CRED'TORS
Ul Creditor!" and \: Peraont "' tv-
lalmi "i" I li mai de A ks Inai Said
^" -ii are lierel y i ed and n qu
^,) I-- present ,,n} claimi and demanda
h you may ha aarainat the
'...!. of SIMON TEPPERBERG, .. i a
5IM< >A TEPPERBERG di eased
ii ide County, F n the Clr-
uit Judges "f Dade County, and fill
the same if. dupllcati and ,- provided
In s. Uot 7'" "6. Florida Statute-, n
their offices in the County Courthouw
in lia.le County. Florida, within four
calendar montbB from the time of the
first uuhln ai'or hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 12th
day of Aur AD 1^74
VAI-ERIE SCHRAMM
.x~ Administratrix
First publication of thlt m I te i n
the ISth day ol AuLtust. 1974.
MORTON B. ZEMBL ESQUIRE
Attorney for Estate
Suite in. if'C66 n.e ii-th Ave.
North Miami Reach. Florida iV.62
8,16-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirmi; to engajr* in
business under the fictitious name of
MORI FltEMON at SSSS Collins Ave-
nue. Miami Beach, Florida 33140 m-
tendl t.....Ulster said name with the
Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade
Count) Florida
MORI FREMON. INC.
Bj Mori Fremon
JAMES H ROTH, E8Q
PROMHElii;, FROMBERC. & RC'TH.
P A
Atton Applicant
M-lii; Blm a) ne Huildimt
Miami lorlda ;i3U0
8 18-23-80 i C
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELF^ENTH 'UOICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DALE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-22291
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN I THE MARRIAGE i >F
i :
.....i
tt E J VME8. !:
To: MAGGIE JAMES
ides in Tlftor. i li orirta
TOIl ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
f Mar-
riaci iai been filed acalnsl you and
yon are required t-< servt py
j our wrltti f any. ti
WOLFSON AND DIAMOND PA.,
ittorm ir Pel mer. who-
ItVl Lincoln Road, Sun- '."I. Miami
IM and till thi
orlg i ... HP the clerk of thi
'I iiir: i n or before .-" pl i B,
Iherw -. a default wrlll be en-
. it you tor the reli< f di -
manded in h, i mola i tlon.
Thi I I Bl
week tor itlve weeks
SH E! IRIDIAN
WITNESS m) hand ami th^ seal of
urt at ml, Florida on this
l:;il l-i> ,.f .....i 1974
RICH/ in BRINKER
reull C mn
C v. Florida
B: :i:man
v i lerk
|c 'i' uit O
WOI Em in Ml >ND, P.A.
4i 7 1 m.oln i i".- KG
Miami Bea i 33139
Attoru 'loner
________________ 'I-.-23-.
NO' C JNDCR
FICT NAME LAW
NOTRE HV GIVEN that
the ui de irinsi to enaaee
Tn lu-:',' fictitious name
VG SERVICE at
4. N W et, Miami. Flor-
ida Intel i i.i name wit)'
r, uit Court of
Dade C-^,
'A
'INGUBZ

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl Ti> i. IS HEREBY GIVEN that
mderatgned, desiring to enpace
fi. t.'. i us 1
\Mi SPRINGS SCENE
I
ends to n
Court ol
I ,-,-,. .
>ENT
i
i I
-'
IN THE CIBC- T COURT OP'>-.E
ELEVENTH .LL C1-.'- CIRCUIT
Or Fi.nf.rjA .N AND FOR
DADE CO'. N^v
PROBATE DIVISION
PROEA'E NO. :^J7
In Rl
i
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
ApO'-.CATiON FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
DISCHARGE
rTlCE Ii he > b) llvi D that we
havi filed out Flna ,- i' and Pi ti-
ll! n for ; but i at d Final DIs-
, hara-i ..- i V' ntor of the estate of
KANCY RLE! IT, leceasi and iti.it
, n ,.r ., th day of Auirust,
11-74. will apply t" the Honorable I li-
cu:: Judges of Hade County, Florida,
aoproval of said v.n^: Report and
llatributlon and final dischart-
E^tecutoi .....tat< of the above-
d di i di '.. Tl l( -"rd day of
74
A. jay CR1STOL as Attorney for
STEPHEN S. BERNSTEIN. Executor
of the Estati > 31tet.
i'- earn d
A. JAY CRISTOL
Attorney
North" aat Flral Avenue
Miami, Florida .
Telephone: 379-17fJ .
J ..". f 8-9-16
notice under
Fictitious name law
:.( s HI '.i:i'.'i GIVEN that
i m dealt Inn to i nxaRi
i ic eei ut.'i. r th< tltioui i
CAST1 E CREATIONS at P.O Bos
625, Miami, Florida
e with the l 'lerlt i I
Circuit Court ol Dade County,
Ida.
'.1 B
SHEll a KASSEWITZ
. tl
Atti rr.ey foi i Davit
t" 4 Nat i '.i : Bu i;.riar
w .., i

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Hi VEX that
tre UT.d.-rMKned. desirinK to enlace
In business under the fictitious name
,f MARC COMPANY (Not Incori. -
d) at 1421 S.W. BUi street. Miami.
Florida SS1SS intend to reaister said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Bade County. Florida
Ttresa Camber! Trustei2,""c
Alfredo I. Piccone851*
Cini Armellini25%
Max D. rerez2Z"~*
Talianoff & Bader
Attorneys for Marc Company
I.Not Inc.)
s :-9-i6-:3
IN THE CIRCUIT COJRT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 74-21877
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN HE: The marriage of
ERNEST SEE EARS.
Husband.
G1RLBY M SKI-EARS.
'A ;fe.
YOU OIKEKY M SELI.ARP. Route
^, Herndon Road, Durham. North
Carolina are required to file your
answer to the petitioner for disso-
lution of marriaKe with the Clerk of
(hi above Court and lerve a copy
then ol upon Hi rm i i hen, Bsq at -
ney fot the petitioner husband.
i j. S W 1st Street M......I, Florid
on or before September -. 1974.
on will be confessed.
I .. JULY 81. 1974
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
Clerk. Circuit '"Urt
i GLORI \ ELLIS
Denutv clerk
8/2-9-16-83
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. 74-23013
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
B G4 INZALBZ LOPEZ
H NZAEEZ LOPEZ
TO: IRIS B GONZALEZ LOPEZ
1 Kesldem > i Inknown >
YOU ABE HEREBY NOTIFIED
tha* ai .'c lion tor Dissolution of Mar-
been filed aaainBt you and
u .,' required U servi ., "v- of
,,r w -.' see if any, t" it on
ADOLFO KOS8, attorney for Peti-
iddres' is 101 N w.
. Florida, and file
original with the clerk of the
ai\e ityled court on or before Ben-
in r .. IOT4; otherwise a default
will be entered aaainst you for the
relief demanded in the lomplait.t or
petition
This notice shall be published once
each ek for four consecutive wi
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIfHAN
WITNESS my Land and the seal of
said i ourt at Maim. Florida on th -
S-th day "1 August 1?74.
HI'"HARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, i 't ui: "ourt
I lade C >UI ty, Florida
Ily C P Ol IPaTI \NI>
As Deputy Clerk
A \>> 'I FO Rl 8S ESQ
."1 N VV 12th Avenue
MIAMI FLORIDA
Attorni V for Petitioner
8/16-23-30 6
IIGAI N0TKI
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE OIRCUJT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NO. 74-20831
GENERAL JURISDICTION D'VISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
In r tl
:.E.
Puli'ioner,
d
I E.
. dent. .
MAS! I LEW
. i Ni i,
: ISSI1
v,.-- M'.E HEREBY N
.. i|on for ] lb -i-.ir
riage has been i *> >'u n reuwuea erve t I
..'..

11711 B
Nort! Ml. ml, Florida, ami
1 ..... '' Jhe
ityled i ourt i n or before au-
II 74: olhe .- .-. Jud|
be i nti Mil aaalnst you for the
......... d rnununt or
petl tIon ,. .
S IBS my t .it.,' ..t.d 'he seal of
m court at Mian. E I da, :' this
.. day f July. IFM.
RICHARD P BBINKEB
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: 1. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court .- ......
7 .* I 2-9-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74.4954
FRANK B. DOWLING
In I "I
THEARTHUR HARRIS
,!., ,.,,s- d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
|| Creditors and All Persot I
, :'. ii di Acalnsl .-.. a
Btl :
you are hi rebj nol II led and i
.,'. to p........ and di t.
I ou '..- ajrainst tl.....
THI IRTHUR HARRIS d< -
ati I ladi ounty Florida,
. i JudRi Dadi u- ty,
nd I thi sami In duplli ati at d ai
n Sectl
;tatut< their ofl i I "'
C Uf i i i >adi i untj Fli
In fi ur alendar mi 11 i ''
time ,'f thi fire! pub of, or
,ni trill bi I am d
i it at Mi. l" da, this 12tb
ay of Aunist A l1 lT4
ROSE li \E1US
A- Admii iratt \
First pul I atlon "t this nol
the lf.tt: day of Aucust. 1974.
i IONEL 1. Tl'i IN
Attorney for Rose Harris,
ratrix
1747 Van Buren Str. e:
wood, Florida nri
I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirinc t" et
in business u'idei the fictitious name
of 3H41 BUILDING at S041 N.W 7th
Streit. Miami, Florida ntend
:, register said name with the Clerk
:) Circuit Court ,.f Dade County.
Florida.
FRANKLIN D. KREITZKR
MEYER M BRILLIANT
JOSEPH V. OBLPI, BR,
FRANKLIN D KREl'TZEIi.
ESQUIRE
Attorney for Applicants
- Bit eyt Blvd
Miami. Florida 33137
8/16-23-30 9/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NuTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned di Biting t i agt n
buslnesi und, r the fictitious namei of
pollack A HADDAD, D.D.P-."
"JOEL l'ol.I^CK. DOS'' and
RAYMOND D HADDAD D.M.D."
M01 s W 80th Street, Miami. Flor-
ida 88148. Intends to recister sa d
names with the Clerk ,.t the Circuit
Court of Dadi County, Florida
1'OEI AI K A HADD ID D I B.,
a Profi salonal A-
By: Jot: 1 ollai k, DPS, Pri i'1' nt
FRi IMBERG FRt IMBERG A '' ~H.
P.A.
I AMES S ROTH. ESoriKE
Attoi neyi foi Applicant
suite s Building
Mia i
8/16-! /
NOTICE OF ACT'ON
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN the C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-23255
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARR'AGE
THE MARRIAGE i F
l HARI :.- .1 ROZ1ER, P. I
JAU1 ETHA SMITH ROZIER
! I......lent
JAU1 ETHA SMITH i:> .
... b tree I
i aat 1 lublln, < ieorgla
FOI IRE HEREBY NaT1:
that an action for i> lutlot ol Mar-
riagi ha.- been filed againal yon and
you arc required to aervi
your written defenses. If any to it on
WOLFSON AND DIAMOND, P.A.,
ittorney for Petitioner whosi ...i.
Is 4*1 Lincoln Road. Suite 8G, Miami
Beach. Florida, and fii, the
original with the clerk of the above
d court on ,ir before Bent l1-
1974; otherwise a default will t.....n-
againal you for the relief de-
manded in th.. conmlalnt or petition
This notice shall be published once
neb .....It for four i nnse< utlvi
in THE JEWISH Kl ORIDIAN
W ITNESS my hand and th.
said .ourt at Miami Florida on this
13th day of AuKUst. 1074
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk .'.!. mi ('ourt
Dr-1. r ,|.. PloHda
By H BBRMAN
Ai 1 leput] I lurk
" ircult Court -
WOI FBON AND I vyo\|>
Ui I Incoln Road. Suit.' 9fi
Miami Beach. Florida 33181
Attorney foi !'. Utli
> l4Va>.* J/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nt)TICE IS HEREBY CIVEN tk
thi undersigned. Ujajgaina .... at
bualm M under the fi,
ol THE PRIMITIVE To I r>H 7^2
HardiiiK Ave.. Surt-
11 h n i..
11 r eg i n e i i, i
Clerk of the Circuit Cl
(ouunty. Florida
EO -:' TRli
' FLORIDA
I Rl TH UOLI) : ST
BDrS I IRIDA t'ORi
1 ;. : ANA GO] L'SKIN
A Jl UNT V'ENi
NELSON Fill DM AN a
lOT AlM>ll'
'oncawee
. I I


-
that
' raw
me
m
-
NOTICE UNDER
FXTITIOUr NAME L*//
No i |c B IS I.
..... gnexl ma
:n business under the fletii
,t I'WDl.K I 1'l'E \- W
Bird Road Miami. Florida
... to register said can..
Clerk of the Circuit Court
County, Florida.
BEATRICE BRi'Dli:
SU8ZANNE BRODIE
Myers. Kanian. l'ortir. ].: -. g
S: Kenln
B) Edward E Levtnaon
Attorneys for Applicant <
I ri, k.-ll Executive Tower
4-> Bricked Avenue
Miami, Florida 33131
__________________I MM
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAV/
NOTICE is HEREBY UP ,
the und.iraigned, desirmi; lo
busineaa under the flctltiout
INCA II at 8111 N.E. !..-. Streg,
Miami. Floiida. intends t.
laid name with the Clerk
mil i ".ui t "t Dad.- County, !' : da,
CHASQUI, INc
Kwitney, Kruop a Bcheinbere r a.
by Richard Kroop, Esq.
Attorni V I. r 'IIASQEI. INi
;sc Lincoln Road- suit' ';_
Miami Beach, Florida Si
7 26 v :-$-i|
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0C THE
E-EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC.IT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FC =
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 74
ACTION FOR DISSOLi~ .
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE
SINE UKALBKLN II:
IA if--. Petitioner
and
IMBNT FRA.NColS
Husband. Respondi
TO: CLERMENT FRANC -
Columbus Drive
f i... i ,.rt. Orand Ba
i'OU ARE HEREBY N ED|
;:..: an action foi Dlsaolutiot ul Mar-
t ag< has been filed attain-' |l
y,u are required lo serve a i v ef I
mu' written l.fei^es if am t oa |
DANIEL RETTER. atlon. .
.loner, whose addresa ii^ (Qsi i 'i :mrM|
Bldg.. Ill NE 2nd Ave.. MiaoLl
Florida 3M3^. and file th,
With the clerk of the abovi BtylM|
court on or before Sept. 10, '
erwlaa a default will b< -nil
against you for the relief u,m..ailel|
in the complaint or petition
This notice shall be publn-r-'l ones I
each week for four consecutiw wetttl
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN'
WITNESS my hand and tl <'
said court at Miami. Florida '-'-'j
9th day of August 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit I
Dade County. Florin..
By R M. KI88EB
As Deputy Clerk
(, Ircult Court Seal)
DANIEL RETTEK. ESQUIRI
100S Congn as BuildinK
Miami, Florida 8318S
Attorney for Petitioner
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERV.CE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0- THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC-lTOF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.28004
ACTION FOR DISSOLL' CN
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE t F
Ml lHAIR BAN KM \N
Husband. Petitioner.
is HAN.
Wife Ri nondent
TO: HEI EN KHAN
i\.-:t James Di Ive
i agoula, M -
VOU ARE HEREBY N'1
fot i
n filed agi
ii n aulred to
your written di
DANIEL RETTER, attornej
tloni r, >\ i..... addi et
Bldg., Ill N E 8nd Avi
and file th.
.. ith the lerk of the
court on or before Sept
8 a default will '
\ ii for thi
m the couiolainl or petition
Tl i- noti< t shall be publ
iroi
I
:,, h w< ek for fi ur onsecui
In THE JEM ISB FI U
WITN i'.SS m\ hand at
aaid urt at Miami. Florida i
9th d.i\ nf Auaust 1974
RICHARD P. BKINbl
a Clerk. OlrcuH '"
I n County, Fli
R. m KISBEE
Denutv Clerk
(Circuit C :-' Sean
DANIBI R......rKR. ESQUIRE
Iiiob Congrei Hulldina
111 N.E S n' Avenue
Miami r 33182
Phone: : .',- f '
Attorio "etltioner
'
Uils J
*i
NOTICE UNOER
FIC i :.W8 NAME LAW
NOT1C HEREBY (l^3
th.- uic
deslrine
..*
In business gnder the fi,li,"'"..1.|-,ti.
ol S< -. OPTICAL PWJ
i i ts o, Byron Av* ^
.,. i intends l,'J*5 j
aid n 'he Cferk of -W
run Counts rlon-
y. -:i is fhiedei: ^


rndov, August 16, 1974
*Jewish Ftnridff^r
Page
15-8
tEGAl NOTKI
LI6AI NOTKI
UGAl NOTKI
UGAl. NOTKI
UGAl NOTKI
rrfT7 circuit court or the
Eleventh judicial circuit of
el6 florida, in and for
oadicounty
probate division
probate no. 74-3082
J^^V'mAOUIRE.
J NOTION TO CREDITORS
m \Y Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Against Said
Ev"'u ir- hereby notified and reoulr-
d ti> present any claim* and demands
Jli.-h you may have against tke es-
,..r :' MARGARET B M.VII IRK.
V. ,,..-.1 late of Dade County. Flor-
ida. "e Circuit Judges of Dade
(VunM and file the name In duplicate
' 1 |i provided in Section 733 IS.
Statute*, in their office* (
v Courthouse In Dude C>un-
within four ca'endar
mon'hs front the time of the first ouh-
; hereof, or the same will he
Miami, Florida, this 3lst
\ I' 1974.
0i NK A MAGPIRE
As Administrator
v... publication of this nolle* on
lai ..f Auirust. 1974.
K| SMITH
Administrator
, i Highway
" -. Florida 231 t*>
,N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
BLtVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
F-ORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOHN R. BLANTON
PFTBATE NO. 74-3309
, -f
- 'PIRO
N TICE TO CREDITORS
;iii-1 All Persona Hav-
1'. mandj Again Bald
by notified and rooulr-
iv < l.nnv- .i: 'I demands
have against the
I Win K SHAPIRO. da-
Dad* County F|. r-
cull .indues of 11 id*
( rj|i the hum In dtiDllcat*
led in Section '33 16.
p In their offl In
I ( iiou i In 1 >ade <'oun-
within four
i time "f the fir--
the Mm* win be
b
ml HOI Ida th ll I
Id A.P 1974
El I EN KLARK
\ Executrix
.' :ai.
i .. ,'utrix
I i I I ."I
U Florida 331 "1>
s 0-1H
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'DA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 74-1362
J. OVVYNN PARKER
IN RE: ESTATE <>f
SAMUEL WEINTRAITJ
Deceased
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
NOTICE OF PROBATE
TO AT 1, PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT
TOH are hereby notified that a writ-
ten instrument purporting to he the
last will and testament of said dece-
lenl has been admitted to probate In
Mid Court. You are hereby command-
ed within six calendar months from
the date of the first publication of
this notice to appear in said Court
and show cause. If any you can. why
the action of Mid Court In admitting
Mid Will to nrohate should not .land
unrevoked
J. OWYNN PARKER
Circuit Court Judge
RICHARD P BRINKER. Clerk
I': nadi.ne B JENNINGS
Deputy Clerk
*' Kaplan, Porter. I.evinson
& Kenin
Bj CARL E. WE8TMAN
Attorney
Suite 7nn. 142< Rrickell Av*.
Miami, Florida
First publication of this notice on
the 2nd day ot August, i:*74
8'2-!>-lfi-23
I in THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IlLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T Or
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOSEPH NE8BITT
PROBATE NO. 74-4940
! Sat* pf
|BDW I : R< iSENPIEI D
I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
lT> A r* and AH Persons Hv-
llng s or Demands Against Said
lEsi
v iti hereby notified and reosUr-
led to pr.....nt any chums and demand*
luhi.-h voj may have against the e-
Itat- il EDWARD KosENFIELP.de-
Irej. late of Dade Countv PlOr-
lida. the Circuit Judges of Dade
Count] I (tie the same in dunlicate
land provided In Se-Uon 723 IS.
Florldi Statutes, In their offices In
Ii Courthouse In Dade Coun-
Ity Florida, within four calendar
Ir ii : m the time of th* 0M oub-
II f. or the same will be
II
Miami Florida, this 1st
|d.,% AUK AD 11'74
ESTHER BHIND
HYM vN SI11ND
\~ Executor*
. Flrsl atlon of thl* notice on
r August. IW4
ll I HEN
lAttoi Executor*
ll Avenue
11 Beach Fla U162
I
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
UTrl JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR CADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 67-7033
NOTICE OF SUIT
" c.RENIER,
|i IRENIBR.
I SAND OKENIER
\ PASTEUR
\' CITT
'REAL, CANADA
v KERNAND GRENIER. are
I' d that a Petition for
|' Custody lias been filed
u and >ou are required I i
[ ii ip) of vour Answer Pf
IPtoad .,,rl Petition on the Pe-
r ttorney. Ronald L. Davis.
II i pa417 niscayne Building
l! igler Street. Miami. Florida
[ me: STs-SSel. and file the
| \ iwer or Pleading in the
I of the Clerk of the Circuit
I'"ur- or h.fi.re the 13th day of
18 itember, l'J74 If vou fall to do so.
-. default will be taken
you for the relief demanded :a
[ for Permanent Custody
\i it'cv; shall be published
I" > vreeh for four 14) week*
I ) in the JEWISH FI-" iK-
. \D ORDERED at Miami.
II lath day of juiv. 197*
DP BRINKER, Clerk
CrrcuH Court
l un'v. riorlda
l'\ B .' Pi T
rieputy Clerk
-:eal)
e 2.9-ld-tl
notice under
' :titious name law
. rlEKEBl GIVEN that
Ii' ..... i i >-' ,;'
I. ler the fictitious Ti;'me of
I*'1 ^NTA IMPOitTS at 1741" N.B
| Nrth Miami Bi ech, Plor-
ame
i' .urt of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
GENERAL JUR'SDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-22977
iN 1 n;ai:;:i.\c,e OF
Al BE ITO JL'LIO Fi'.IONI.
Petll
I ICARIA HIDALOO Fi:l"NI.
Respondent
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOt" JCANA MARIA HIDALGO
PP.IoNI Res| : Alvarel ]
Deni IC, Buenoa Aires, Art
Ii i ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED TO
\ ur wrliti n i esponse to tl f
olul Ii i. ol mat' lag* u Itli
i of the abovi Court,
I ui pel : Attor-
neys, VON EAMPT .>: smith. Suite
4K IS" South Dixie Highway, Coral
( i bie F i rid* K11 or r b
the !0th day of Sepl IM4, else th-
P ititior I Dissolution of Marriage
i,.i -i onfessed.
11 \" ;' n Hi; : I :-7i
Rl 'HARD P BRINKER
i: 1. S DePIETRO
111 Oe.-!<
(Circuit C 'Urt Seal)
s 16-23-30 ? 6
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-20778
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RJB: Th- Main >ge of
PKDPo DAM IAN BEI.TRAN.
Hue
All' '! ''KAN BELTRAN.
Wife
TO CAROL JEAN RELTRAN
- reffersop Park
Cambridge, Mass
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for DlseolUtlon of Mr-
ig j ,- been filed against you and
you are required to serve b copy >l
Vour Wlil el. ilefell-es. if .1TIV. tO I' Oil
H.\i">'ii CEASE itl rney for Peti-
tloner whose addresa la 1720 W -.
Street, Miami Pla and file
with the clerk of 'he
.,i. at) i court on >r before Ann
:. I ':'7l ith >m la* a d< I lull ll he
entered at i -' } m relief de.
,. the i omp aim !" tition,
Thl* itlc* shall be published one*
i-eek for four conei utive weeks
In THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
WITNESS mv hand and the seal ol
urt al Miami. Florida, on this
20tli 'lav "f July. 1974
Hi HARD P BRINKER
\ t i ;. rk, i 'r uil '"Urt
Pad Count) Florida
Bj R M. KISSEE
^ I M PUI
(i-,r Seal I
:ase
.-.
i
At to: *3 I ll Petll
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA
NO. 74-21877
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N RK: The marriage of
ERNEST SELI.ARS
Husband.
and
GIRLKY M. BELLARS,
Wife
VOU, OIRLEY M SELLARS. Route
1. Herndon Road. Durham. North
Carolina, ur.- required to file your
answer to the petition for dissolution
of marriage with the Clerk of the
above Court and serve a copy thereof
U'H.n the petitioner's attorney. Her-
man Cohen. IC* i kjl' S W. 1st Street.
Miami, Florida 33130. on or before
September 1:'. ::>74. or else petition
will he eonfeesed
Date: Aug 2. 1P74
RICHARD P BRINKER
(lerk, circuit Court
By WILLIE KKADSHAW JR.
Deputy Clerk
8/9-lfi-23-3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 74-22C19
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE: Th- Marriage of
Cl N 111 IA I.. SEABORN.
Petitioner.
and
THOMAS N SEABORN,
Re-poll,I. I
TO: Sp-4 ill' mas \ SEABORN
162-91-74
B Co., 32nd Signal Bn
New York. New York "''7.7
TOl' ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
,n action lor Dissolution of Mar-
riage ha* been filed against you, and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses to it, if any
you hav.. on V ROBERT CARLI81 E,
' irney for the Petitioner at his ad-
dress 299 All umbra In i 'oral Ga-
bli Florida 331 l. ......r befo-e 'he
daj ol Sepl 1974, and file the
i with the '! ol thin court.
. befon service P tltloner-*
:,n--lev. ,. urn,, a. it-'v thereafter:
rwlse, a default will be enti
ga ii8l 'u : ir the relief dt manded
in th- Petition
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
i:, urt !' Aug 1. "i
RICH VRD P BRINKER
:,s Clerk ol the Circuit Court
Bj R m k'sskk
De-Hi'V I '
s 9-1B.2S-J0
s 2-9-H
raurm suami nea
1 reglstei mid m
I ,.t the Circuit
V Courtv, Rerlda
OOLD8TEIN
ANTA IMPORTS
KREIBER
Attorney* for Applicant
I 16-:3-3U i'6
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-20762
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MAl'.RIAOE OF:
ALAN T M, DONALD.
Petitioner
,
b< innie McDonald.
R pondeitt. _
to r.oN'MK McDonald
v.i^rr.u' n-iEiED
,!,., an action lor Dis.-oiu'ion -
Man-iage has been filed igalnnl ^ u
and are required to copy
of your written defen*. '"/!
in DAVID E twrney toi
Pemionei
l2 Avei u Miami PI rid*
i 4.1-.-. and file th.....'-
*he tyled cou
or before Aui
:;;:u
| : nl
WTTN L"f
Mid ,hU
,9th
DiC circuit ourt
. .ir Plot i I
B, A D WADE
As Deputy '"erk
(it-, ui' Court Seal)
iulre
Attorney for Petitioner ^^
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACT'ON NO, 74-20969
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
liARV LEIGH LEVINS, Husband.
HARRI I.YNN I.EVINE. Wife
TO: BARRI I.YNN I.EVINE
(Residence f'nknown)
YOI' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy ol
your written defenses, if any. to it
on 0, ALEXANDER NOBIL. ESQ..
attorney for Petitioner, whose address
is 612 Ainsley Building, Miami. Flor-
ida, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before August 3. 19741: otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition
This notice shall be published once
ea.ii wooli tor four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FliORIDIAN.
WITNESS say hand and the sea! of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
23rd day of July. 1974
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
I'.v A D WADE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
a ALEXANDER N< iBIL, ESQ.
612 Ainsley Building
Miami. Florida 33'.".:.'
Attorney for Petitioner
Phone:3?9-14S7
7 .1 8/2-9-H
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious nam-s
if MARTIN MOVERS. MARTIN
yiiYINC. CO.; MARTIN BTORAOE
CO; MARTIN TRANSFER: MAR-
TINS I0CAL & IONQ DISTANCE
MOVING i O at IM4H N w J7'h Ave
Miami, PI 33147. intends to register
- l names with the Clerk of 'he t ir-
cuu 'ou-t "f Dad- County Florida.
HOWARD MARTIN ^^
NOTICE Or ACT'ON
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
tLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
CF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
CIV'L ACTION NO. 74 20684
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
ROGER N WALLACE. Petitioner.
and
ol 1 TE JOYCE TERRELL
WALLACE, Respondent
TO: Ol le Joyce Terrell Wallace
1981 N. W 32 Street
Fort Worth. Texas ._
TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action fur Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed araint you and
% lU are renuired to serve a ropy Ot
vour written defenses, if any, to It on
I AVID E STONE, attorney for P-
oner, whose address U W Nw.
I wenue. Miami. Honda 331.s
ig M4-4656, and file the original
with the dei-k of the above M>7j
court on or before August 3". 1074
Otherwise a default will be entered
against you tor the relief demanded
In the complaint or Petition
Th's notice shall be published once
week for four cons4^cutlveweeRs
In THE JEWISH Pi 0RIDIAN.
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
raid court at Mian.; Florida on tins
lth day of July, l7d .....
RICHARD P BRTNTCER.
a- Clerk, Circuit Court
! vole County Florida
By GLORIA ELLIS
Al Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
li i\ :<1 E Stone. Esquire
101 N W II Avenue
Miami. FL 33128 t324-45o5> g/;.,.16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-181S6
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
THE MARRIAGE OF
Hi: \i".i' i GARCIA, JR.
and
rmNI GARCIA, Wife
ToFf&iffi&i ----
ou are reejulred to serve W '
..,'- lefenses, If any. to ft or.
M i >ii" H I.U'S"N attornej tor
'ner i........"*TAirSAS
OCEAN DRIVE, H.V.IANPAD.
PLORIDA I *d flU th* original
with th bove, ,- '
. ., ,.. befo i August 28, '74.
"here Wat* win *" '"
. nanded
.,-,;., | Dctil ll n
Thl* i '' "',r'
......
DUN
w ......,,
said i '" Warn' !' da "> this
sjrd d i) JulJ '":t- .....
[INKER
v. c -. iurt
l.l.i "oupi PI '' '
By L. SNEEDEN
As Deputy '"lerk
(Circuit Court Seal. ^^^
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. 74-20*85
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
JAMES m. Harrison. Petitioner
and
BETTY J HARRISON. Respondent
TO: Hetty J. Harrison
1T0X Campbell Street
Statesville. North Carolina 2S677
YOP 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
vour written defense*, if any. to i' on
DAVID E STONE, attorney for Pe-
tltioner whose adores* is 101 n W.
It Avenue. Miami. Florida 33128;
(J05) tZ4-4s5S, and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before August 30. 174:
Otherwise a default wiU he entered
against you for the relief den arded
In the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published once
, i. h week for four eonse- utive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and ihe seal of
said court at MUiml. Floy,in on thl*
1.9th day of July, 1!'74.
RICHARD P BRINKER,
As i 'lerk, Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
By 01 ORIA I'M.IS
As Deourj Clerk
(Circuit Court Baal)
111-. B Btoi Esquire
1"- N W IS Avenue
JS (S24-4S55)
7 26 2-1-H
IN THE CIRCUl"' COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR'DA.
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO 74-20457
NOTICE OF INTENTION tO APPLY
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
.1" IEL ZIEGLER and
ELIZABETH ZIEGLER, his wife,
Petitioners,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONt ERN:
Notli | hi Ihe undi r gi 6 !
Pet I Hot an fi iEL ZIE ILBR and
BI IZABETH ZIEGLER his w-nv,
whose addi eai ll iWii Avi nu
the Cltj of Miami, Oade C"uf\
i rid* nd* to apply to (he Hon -
arable William Herin. Judge of :he
11th Judicial Circuit i and fn:- Dade
County, at his office in the County
Courthouse, at l:N P.M. on September
I.. 19T4, or as oon thereaftei as p*-
litionef* may be heard, tor an order
changing Petitioner'* name '"r.m
I'.oltERT NORMAN R'TCHotX to
ROBERT NORMAN ZIEGLER. by
which name Petitioner shall th-reaft-
t he known
Dated at Dade County, Florida, this
?2nd day of July 1974,
ALBERT WILEN8KT
Attorney for Petitioners
Attorney for Petitioners
ALBERT WILENSKY
t -r,4 Concord Hldg
Miami Florida 33130
7 i< it/J-9-18
NOTICE I..DER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Ol LEA Oi.MPOXL.NTS at 351 NE
H5th Street, -North Miami Beach.
P'.orida, 3311:. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circus:
Court of Dade County. Florida.
Mil TON PERLMAN lSt)
BERNARD R BOH EN (StM )
TAI IANOFF ANT' BADER, BSQS.,
Ai rney* for LEA COMPONENTS
7 _; s :-9-iii
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME '.AW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Q \ EN that
the undersigned, desiring to ei gage
in business under the fictitlou*
of WORLDWIDE INVESTMENT
QRl HI'. INC at is:.'' Coral W
Miami, Florida Intend to reglstei u I
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ol Dade County, Ploi
JOR'.i: 1' I. AN AS
RAIL PLANAS
SERAPIN LE I
MICHAEL N WEISS, 1 A
Attorney for Appllca
ID W Flagler Stn I 8u I
.Miami. Florida 3313U
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. 74-22281
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
DIANA V. IOLE8IA8, Petitioner
and
ARTIT.'' IQLEBIA8. Respondent
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
T<>: Arturo [gleaias
Edlflclo Blerravsol Penthouse
i He Caurimare
Colin., de BellO Monte
i ar i, as, Venezuela
Yor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you ar.' required to serve a copy tf
your written defense* If any, to it on
APOLPO KOSS attorn.", for Peti-
-. a hose addree* I* I U N vv. 12
Avenue, Miami. Florida 3312": (tW)
124-4555, and file the original with
:!-., lerk ol tl"' above styled oourt on
,,r l. .--. IS, 19T4 otherwise a
d. fault \>ili be entered again*! vou tor
the relief demanded in the oomplalnt
or pel
This notice shall be published once
v eek foi foul onaei utl' weeks
HE JEWISH FIjORIDIAN
SS mj hand and tie seal of
Miami. Pi thi.-
5th da) of August. 1974
RICHARD P BRINK1R
Al 'lerk Circuit l
Dade Count) t c-ida
I'.v B l :
As Deputy Clerk
(Cir. ult Court -
Adolf KOI -. E-ouire
101 N.W 12 Avenue
Miami. Florida 33t'.'S (384-45!
Attorney for Petitioner
8/9-18-23-30
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-21073
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE M IRRIAGE OF
JA\ 1ER K BERM1 DEZ, Hueb I,
Petitioner,
and
EVE1 YN BERMl'DBZ, Wife.
-it
To: M-- Evelyn Bermudas
(Resideni e i 'nknow m
YOt" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
an action foi Dissolution of Mar-
riage ha* been filed a'jainsl you and
you are required to verve a copy of
your written defei ei II any, t i It on
ADOLPO KOS8 ESQUntE, attorney
f,,r Petitioner, whose addresa -.s 101
N.W. 18th Avenue, Man: Florida
- and til* the Original With the
Clei ol the above styled court on
or before Auguut SS, ivT4: otherwise
a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my band and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
24th day "f July. 1974
RICHARD P. BRINKER. CLERK
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
Br A P WADE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
Adolfo KOSS, Esquire
till N W, 12t* Avenue
Mum' Florida 3*128 (324-45R5)
Attorney for Petitioner
7/26 S^-H-lt
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
PROBATE DIVISION
JOSEPH NESBITT
PROBATE NO. 74-4365
In RE: Estate of
CHARLES DEI.-ASIC
. i~."l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Al' '-re.lit.TS and All Persons Hay-
ing i Demand* Again-: sii.i
Bsl .
> i .,-.- hereby notified and reautr-
ed to present any claim* and demand*
v u may hav* against the -
i | 0f CHARLES DEL-ASK de-
ed late of Dade Count I
,,,, to the rcult Judg< i
I m< th< mm.....mo
.- pr< vlded Bectioi
, stai a theii in
;,. iwt) c .. housi In Dade Coun-
, | a.. u Ithii tour ca
.- fn m the tim< of the first pub-
same will be
Miami Florida, this 1st
a i| Aug.. A.D 1*74.
NWORTHY DEL-ASK
WASKIEWICZ
\s Executor
r .... ;,,,.. atlon of thl* ti i:' on
ihe :'!i lav pf August. 1974
HERBERT Z MARVIN
Attorney for Executor
777 N W. :2nd Avenue. Miami. F',;r(i'j!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-3663
(Judge Dowlina)
In RE Estate "f
SAMUEL GOLDSTEIN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.i Al Creditor* and All Person* Hayr
Ing Claim* or Demands Against Said
Estate
Tou are heretiy notified and I -.mir-
ed to present anv claims and demands
which you may hav.- against the es-
tate pi SAMUEL O'llDSTEIN. ! late of Dade Coun'v Floridi.
to the Circuit Judges of Dade County.
and file the same in duplicate ..! an
,, V|ded in Section 783 IS. Ploriaa
Statutes. In their offices in the c-untv
Courthouse In Dad.- County, Florida.
Within four calendar month* from the
n of the first publication hei if.
or the same will be barred
|- ,1 n Miami, F!o-lda. tins 5th
I Aturusl A D. 1974
RERN1CE KARESKT
EDWARD C.DI DSTEIN
As Bxei uti r
Firet publication of th- itice on
the 74.
HAROl D SHAP1R"
Attorney for Estate
827 oln Rd.. Miami Beach.
F1 i3m ,/9-lC


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Friday, August 18, 197J
IS!
Food Fairs Big Variety of Fine Quality Foods
OUR REASON A ill PRICES IT TO! MORE FOOD Ftl YOOR DOLLAR!
FOOD
-SAVE 3 WAYS I BONUS SPECIALSI HONEST VALUESI Pj^MERO^^GKE^NJTAMPSl
U.S. CHOICE WESTERN
BEEF CHUCK BLADE
Steak
Roast
OR
USDA
.choice; lb.
u.s. choice-western beep chuck boneless
SHOULDER POT ROAST
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK UNDER ^q
BLADE POT ROAST '*
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN C TO
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TENDER
SLICED BEEF LIVER......"e
$159
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I
99
FLA. OR SHIPPED-GRADE A'
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PARTS
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DRUMSTICKS, WHOLE LEG*
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ICED
55
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUN., AUG. 18th
AT ALL FOOD FAIR STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
DISPLAYED IN GREAT VARIETY TO MAKE YOUR CHOICE
EASY AND TO YOUR COMPLETE SATISFACTION
LA GRANDE
NECTARINES
39
LB.
BONUS SPECIAL? SAVE 42
LIBBY'S
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVI 35
STOKELY
Avocadoes **"!!..........each49c
COOLING REFRESHING FLAVOR -
California Lemons.....I S 69:
DELICIOUS
Sweet Yams.......................u. 25*
FOR SALADS-FIRM
RIPE TOMATOES
6" 39c
FOR SLICING AND SALADS
Fruit Cocktail Tomato Sauce
29c 'a? 5>49c
LIMIT 3 CANS. PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF $7
OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES.
LIMIT S CANS. PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF S7
OR MORE, EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
Spanish Onions..........................lB 19c
Red Radishes........................fiS 10c
ORANGE PINEAPPLE
Kraft Juice Drink ..............StfT 49c
RICH'S FROZEN
FACIAL TISSUES Mazola Corn Oil
COFFEE RICH
SCOTTIES
WHITE OR
ASSORTED COLORS
ITALIAN OR DELUXE FRENCH
NON-DAIRY
CREAMER
PKG.
OF 200
Wishbone Dressing io? 47'
WISHBONE DRESSINC
Thousand Island
48-OZ.
JUG.
REGULAR DRIP OR ELECTRIC PERK
16-OZ.
CARTON
11 ..oz
PKG
39'
8-OZ
ROTTLE
47'
Folger's Coffee 2& $233
FLAVORFUU
Folger's Instant Coffee !5ff $189
FROZEN
Sara Lee Pound Cake
IDA TREAT FROZEN __
Shoestring Potatoes 26? 39c
Franks or Knocks |Les Cal Yogurt
AMERICAN
KOSHER
PP BRAND
Sour Cream
FARMIEST
Skim Milk
12-OZ.
PKG.
PINT
CONTAINER
HALF GAL
CONTAINER
51
99o FAT FREE JM 8-OZ.
ALL FLAVORS CK CUPS
FLAVORFUL
Frendship Sour Treat
WISCONSIN HOLLAND STYLE BARY
Houda or Edam Cheese 6>?l
WEDDING
VEIL
24-OZ.
BOTTLE
WINE NOT AVAILABE AT FOOD FAIR STORE
4SI0 W. 12TH. AVE HIALEAH
PINT
CONT.
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AVAILABLE AT STORES HAVING SERVICE COUNTERS
ALL LUNCH MEATS t CHEESE SLICED TO ORDER
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