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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-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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I Basidim fight redistricting in brooklyn
By BEN GALX.OB
NEW YORK (JTA) A
notice of appeal by the United
Jewish Organizations of Wil-
liamsburg was filed here in fed-
eral district court against a rul-
ing upholding the constitutional-
ity of a recent redistricting of
State Assembly and Senate dis-
tricts which the UJO had com-
plained discriminated against the
Brooklyn area's 45,000 Hasidic
Jews.
The UJO, representing more
than 100 Williamsburg Jewish
organizations, most of them Has-
idic. had charged that the new
districts, approved by the State
Legislature on May 29, discrimi-
nated against Jewish residents in
favor of Blacks and Puerto Ri-
cans.
UJO OFFICIALS asserted
that the redistricting of the 57th
Assembly District would cut the
45.000 Orthodox Jews in that dis-
trict into groups of about 27.000
Jews in the new 57th district an
18,000 in the new 56th district,
with similar divisions in the new
23rd and 25th state senatorial
districts.
They said that the redistriot-
Continued on Page 5-A
^Jewish Elaridian
Combiniiig THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WmVt
Volume 47 Number 34
Miami, Florida Friday, August 23, 1974
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Syria Violating Ceasefire Agreement
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JACOB JAVITS ABRAHAM RIBICOFF HENRY JACKSON
Ford Takes Stand
On Emigration
For Russian Jews
By JOSEPH POLAKOFT
WASHINGTON (JTA) president PonJ has ^^ ^
volvcd himself m the U.S. effort to negotiate a solution to the Soviet
emigration issue and -'very good progress" is being made toward an
agreement on it between the two countries.
This was disclosed at a White
House news conference by Sens.
Henry ML Jackson (D.. Wash.).
Abraham Rlbicoft |D., Conn.)
and Jacob K. Javits (P... N.Y.)
upon concluding a 70-minute
breakfast conference with Ford
and Secretary of State Henry A.
Kissin
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel has taken a
tough stand on violations of disengagement
agreement clauses, especially by Syria. In one
case. Israel flatly refused to remove a minefield
from the buffer zone because the
Syrians introduced heavy mortar
batteries into a zone where the
agreements call for a thinning
of armaments, it was learned
Aug. 13.
Artillery is specifically prohib-
ited in the zone. Syria claims
mortars are not artillery but Is-
rael maintains otherwise and is
adamant on the mine removal.
OTHER ALLEGED violations
by the Syrians which have been
reported to the United Nations
include the encampment of a Syr-
ian army unit in the Mt. Hermon
buffer zone opposite the Druze
village of Majdat Shams and the
intrusion of Syrian jets into Is-
raeli air space.
The planes penetrated to a
depth of several hundred meters.
Continued on Page 5-A
French
Credit To
Egypt
"WE'RE moving in the di-
rection of an agreement," de
: Jackson, author of the
Jackson Amendment to the
Trade Reform P.ii! pending in the
Senate. "There has been signifi-
cant Russian movement. We hope
Continued on Page 2-A
New Power Struggle
Among Arab States
By EIICD YAARI
JERUSALEM For the first time since the Yom Klppur war.
a serious power struggle has developed among the Arab states. There
are even some indications of the formation of new blocs in i group-
ings, different in both composition an I common denomination, from
those in the near, prewar past.
PARIS (JTA) France has
decided to offer Egypt substan-
tial long-term financial loans
and credit as part of the French-
Egyptian cooperation accord the
two countries signed here last
week, informed sources indicated.
Under the agreement. France
will grant Egypt a loan of 200
million francs (over $40 million)
and additional credit of 300 mil-
lion (over $60 million) at low in-
terest over a three-year period.
THE FRENCH decision is a
result of consultations here be-
tween government officials and
Egyptian aide Ismail Sabri Ab-
his government to stay on here
WASHINGTON (JTA) The State De-
partment has disagreed with Israel that Syria is
violating the terms of the military disengage-
ment in the Golan Heights.
Israel has charged that Syria
has moved mortars and heavy ar
tillery into the buffer zone be-
tween the two countries but the
Department said it is "satisfied"
that the May 30 agreement is
"working well."
'THERE HAS been further
discussion about some aspects of
arms limitation not agreed on in
the agreement," the Department
told newsmen, "'but as far as we
are aware the principal elements
agreed to by both sides have
been implemented."
Department spokesman Robert
Anderson again refused to con-
firm or deny the Israeli reports
that large quantities of Soviet
arms are being shipped into Syr-
ia.
ANDERSON ALSO said that he
could not yet name the Syrian
representative for the "explora-
tory talks'* being held between
Middle East nations and Secre<
tary of State Henry A. Kissinger
on a peace settlement.
Nor could he say when the
Syrian envoy will arrive here.
King Hussein of Jordan met
Aug. 16 at the Capitol, and, dined
with President md Mrs. Ford at
the White House in the evening.
The spark which relighted the
inter-Arab controversy was the
Sadat-Hussein agreement an-
nounced on July 18. There were
two main points there:
FIRST. Egyptian officially de-
c'.aied that the Palestinian Li-
l> >ratkMl Organization does not
represent the Palestinianas liv-
ing in Jordan, thug stripping Yas-
sir Arafat of his claim to be sole
representative of the "whole
Palestinian people."
Second, Egypt dropped its op-
position ta an Israeli-Jordanian
disengagement arrangement.
Immediately afterwards, both
President Sadat and King Hus-
sein took two practical steps: on
July 23 Sadat presented Arafat a
clear-cut ultimatum to start a
dialogue with Jonian over the
question of Palestinian partici-
Continued on Page 2-A
Continued on Page 11-A
WORLD JEWISH CONGRESS AUSPICES
Caribbean Jews Plan
Curacao Hemisphere Meet
NEW YORK (JTA) Un-
der the auspices of the American
Section of the World Jewish Con-
gress, representatives of nine
Caribbean Jewish communities
will meet in Curacao Aug. 29 to
Sept. 1 to discuss their common
problems and to plan together
concerning cultural and educa-
tional programs.
Gothamites Air Protection
Former New York Gov. Nel-
son Rockefeller is President
Gerald Ford's nominee as
Vice President of the United
States. Confirmation by a
majority of both the Senate
and the House will mean that
Rockefeller succeeds to the
office Ford held himself only
a few weeks ago.
By SUE MACY
NEW YORK (JTA) Rep-
resentatives of Mayor Abraham
Beame's office and the city po-
lice department promised better
police protection for synagogues
and other religious institutions,
especially on Manhattan's Lower
East Side, after meeting here
with a Jewish delegation follow-
ing a demonstration outside City
Hall by some 33 persons led by
the Jewish Defense League.
One of the demonstrators.
Rabbi Julius Neumann, a former
Commissioner of Human Rights
for New York City and now a
candidate for Councilman in
Manhattan, said that the demon-
stration was precipitated by the
death Aug. 8 of Arnold Roth, 43.
an observant Jew who was at-
tacked in front of his Lower East
Side shoe repair shop.
ROTH, who was active in Jew-
ish social work, was the latest
victim in an ongoing flood of
violent crime, vandalism and ha-
Coatinued on Page 2-A
This was announced here Aug.
14 by Jacques Torczyner, chair-
man of the WJC-American Sec-
tion.
HE EXPRESSED the hope
that among the benefits that will
emerge from the meeting will be
a common program to enable the
small Caribbean communities not
only to share their resources with
each other, but also to use avail-
able human resources of the vast
Jewish .community of the VS.
Lavy M. Becker, honorary con-
sultant to the WJC on Small Jew-
ish Communities, has visited ev-
ery Jewish community in the
Caribbean at least once, and the
decision to convene the upcom-
ing conference was taken as a
result of a visit he made to the
area last fall.
Becker will be one of the par-
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last Dec 14 by a 4-1 margin in
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Nasser Wanted Private Print of 'Exodus'
TEL AVIV Film director
Otto Preminger disclosed here
that he once sent the-late Presi-
dent Gamal Abdel Nasser of
Egypt a Print oi nis film "Exo"
dus" for a private screening.
The film, which deals with
events at the time of Israel's
birth in 1948. was banned
throughout the Arab world, and
Preminger was black-listed.
But "Nasser wanted a copy for
a private screening. I sent him
one and he thanked me for it,"
Preminger said.
The director arrived in Israel
Aug. 14 to complete shooting of
his new aotion-Buspwue thriller
"Rosebud" which deals with kid-
napping, hijacking, refugees.
Arab terrorists and Israeli intel-
ligence.
The film stars Peter O'Toole
as a CIA agent. Another mem-
ber of the cast is New York
City's former Mayor John V.
Lindsay.
fr it.a Bureau Threatened
PARIS The European Bu-
reau of the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency was threatened with "ex-
plosion and execution" by a se-
cret right-win gorganization.
A man claiming to speak tor
the organization, "Deliverance."
told JTA duty editor Keine Sil-
1., i. "slogans, explosions and ex-
e i mns. The Jews out of the
country."
When Ms. Silber told him to
re eat the message, he hung up.
JTA informed French se-
about the threat.
'"Deliverance" group, be-
to consist of neo-Nazis,
ed violent anti-Semitic slo-
on Paris walls several
IS ,1-.".
Kissinger lli> Target
'. YORK Kabbi Meir
ne arrived here from Israel
tid he was going to organ-
ize demonstrations against Sec-
y of State Henry A. Kis-
singer.
former leader of the Jew-
ish 1 lefense League was greeted
bj about 100 BUpportsrs at Ken-
nedy Airport. He said the
d :m lustrations would take place
outside Kissinger's home and of-
fice in Washington during the
next few weeks.
"It's about time the myth of
Henry Kissinger as a savior Ls
punctured," said Kahane who
"as active in demonstrations
against Soviet diplomats in th''
U.S. before he moved to Israel
in June. 1971.
He alleged that Kissinger's
policy of detente with tjie Soviet
Union weakened the U.S. and
"caused the sacrifice of people
behind the Iron Curtain."
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Sentenced To Death
LONDON The Bulgarian
High Court in Sofia has dis-
missed the appeal by Dr. Hein-
rich Setter, the Bulgarian Jew-
ish economist, against the death
Secretary of State Henry Kis-
singer Tuesday night re-
ceived the Distinguished
Service Medal at the 56th an-
nual convention of the Amer-
ican Legion on Miami Beach.
Dr. Kissinger addressed a
mass audience of Legion-
naires on U.S. foreign affairs.
sentence imposed on him for
alleged espionage and has con-
firmed Dr. Spctter's conviction
and sentence.
The only way now to save the
life of the 53-year-old former
Bulgarian representative on the
United Nations Industrial Devel-
opment Organization tUNIDOi
is through an appeal for clemen-
cy to Todor Zhivkov, the Bul-
garian head of state.
Dr. Spetter was sentenced to
death May 31 by the Sofia Dis-
trict Court following a trial
which lasted only four days. Only
his wife was admitted into the
courtroom.
Dr. Spetter was defended by a
distinguished Bulgarian lawyer,
secretary of the Lawyers' Guild.
and a member of the Communist
Party Veliehko Ivanov. But the
District Court took little notice
of the defense attorney's argu-
ments.
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Confident of Yit-tory
JERUSALEM Beate Klars
feld told Hadassah volunteers
and wounded soldiers at the
Hadassah Hospital here that she
is confident of winning her cam-
n in have former Nazis pres-
ently immune In Germany de-
spite crimes against French
Jewry, brought to justice.
She said she found support
particularly among German
youth for what is called the
"Klarsfeld BUI" legislation that
will enable the French govern-
ment to prosecute the criminals.
"I believe that women must
take more vigorous direct politi-
cal action tor the causes in which
they believe," Mrs. Klarsfeld
later told members of the Hadas-
sah Council in Israel.
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Black Nationalist Explains
JOHANNESBURG Zulu
leader Gatsha Buthelezi, Chief
Minister of the Kwazulu Legisla-
tive Assembly, explained the ob-
jects of Black Nationalism in
South Africa to a large gathering
Of Johannesburg Jews at Temple
Emanuel Hall here.
The meeting was arranged by
Johannesburg's United Progres-
sive Jewish Congregation whose
Chief Minister, Rabbi Dr. Arthur
Super, introduced Buthelezi as
the man who more than any
other was the voice of the Black
community in South Africa.
Buthelezi said that South
Africa was unique in Africa in
that white people as well as
Black had become indigenous
here. Each needed the other and
should work together for welfare
and progress.
He said Black nationalism had .
taken much inspiration from
Jewish history in Biblical times.
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Texans File Suit
SAN ANTONIO, Tex. A
federal court suit by 11 Jewish
delegates to the state Democrat-
ic convention, asking the court
to enjoin opening of the conven-
tion on the first day of the High
Holy Day?, was supported here
in a friend of the court brief
filed by the southwest region of
the Anti-Defamation I-eague of
B'nai B'rith. The state Republi-
can convention also is scheduled
to open on Sept. 17.
The 250 Jewish delegates and
alternates to the Democratic-
convention formally asked the
State Department executive com-
mittee to recess the convention
for two days but the committee
defeated a proposal for such
recess.
The suit declared that it was
unconstitutional for the Demo-
cratic Party to compel Jewish
delegates to choose between ig-'
not Ing the Holy Day to attend or
to observe the Holy Day and
forego participation.
Sympathiser Given 1'ost
COPENHAGEN Amid sharp
public protest, a Danish Nazi
.sympathizer has been named
lecturer at the Aailuis Univer-
sity.
Poul Heinrtch Riis-Knudsen,
who has never hidden his admira-
tion for Hitler and the Third
Reich, is due to begin teaching
German literature and language
at Aarhus Sept. 1.
The university faculty dean
Prof. Ernst Ditmer, said Riis-
Knudsen was chosen because he
was the best qualified among the
four candidates applying for the
position.
He added that the "political
sympathies of our professors" do j
not concern the university.
Last year, Riis-Knudsen was
appointed to teach a course in I
The Science of Fascism and j
Nazism" at the university, but
public outrage forced the college
officials to cancel his appoint-
ment.
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PLO Charges Zionists
PARIS The Palestine Lib-
eration Organization (PLO) has
demanded the French govern-
ment take steps against what it
calls "Zionist criminals" plan-
ning a new wave of murders in
France.
In a communique, the PLO
charged mat a "new Zionist plot
aiming to attack all those mili-
tating for the freedom of the
Palestinian people" is being or-
ganized in Europe and has as its
main target the PLO representa-
tive in France.
The PLO demanded the
French government confront
these threats and "pursue the
Zionist criminals who have al-
ready committed with impunityj
several assassinations in France
and who are preparing in plain
daylight new actions of the same
kind."
It further called on French au-
thorities to "dismantle once and
for all the Israeli and Zionist
secret service networks in
France."
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Friday, August 23,1974
Ford Makes Changes
IT IS already clear that there are changes afoot in
Washington. Hardly has President Ford had the opportuni-
ty to adjust himself to the demands of his new office than
he assured the nation that foreign policy in Harry Tru-
man's words, "is a continuing thing."
This meant there would be no immediate change or
even long-term alteration of the course in foreign affairs
set by President Nixon and Secretary of State Dr. Henry
Kissinger.
BUT ODDS are that the U.S. decision to keep hands
off the Cyprus situation was not really Dr. Kissinger's,
although that is what we are meant to believe.
Odds are that it was President's Ford's. The guestion
is whether Presidsnt Nixon would have made the same de-
cision.
The fact is that a hands-off policy in the struggle be-
tween Greece and Turkey was tantamount to support of
Turkey's aggression against the Mediterranean island
state.
DID PRESIDENT Ford's baptism under fire leave him
unequipped to act more decisively?
Or did he act decisively that is to say, did he
deliberately choose to stand off as part of a new direction
in U.S. foreign affairs?
The attack on the American embassy in Nicosia on
Monday, in which Ambassador Roger Davies was killed,
demonstrates how important the answer to that question
is at this time.
And how important it may be to a general evaluation
cf our stance in the Mediterranean and the Middle East
during the years ahead.
He Will Govern-Not Rule
CERTAINLY, on the domestic front. President Ford has
shown a forthright determination to gain control of a
chaotic American economy that went from bad to worse
in the waning days of the Nixon adrninistration.
At least, the President has shown by his words that
this is what he intends to do.
Coupled with the relief that the agony of the Water-
gate investigation is over so far as the nation is concerned,
if not for Mr. Nixon himself. President Ford is the recipient
these days of everyone's wholehearted support.
WE JOIN in offering our own hope that wounds may
now begin to heal, that President Ford will govern, not rule,
and that his governing process will be open, accessible
to all for observation and amenable to modification if need
be by public debate.
From the beginning, President Ford put it well: There
will be no more enemies, only adversaries.
i* i? -ir
Bearing the Burd-en Alone
THE DEPARTURE of Richard Nixon is a personal trage-
dy he must come to grips with alone.
We shall not easily forget his continuing support of
Israel during Israel's darkest hour.
When Israel stood alone in the world against two in-
vading Arab armies and troops from numerous other Arab
nations supporting them, it was Richard Nixon who single-
handedly turned the military might of the U.S. into the
desperate hands of the beleaguered Israelis.
That is a part of Mr. Nixon's foreign policy stance that
will stand him in good stead in the pages of history.
IN ADDITION to giving Israel the wherewithal to save
herself, it mitigated an Arab arrogance that even now is
intolerable at the gas tank, in the banks of the western
world, and in American investment enterprises that has
yet to be felt.
Still, there can be no flinching from the quality of his
statesmanship that undid him. That is what ihe Congress
actsd against during these five critical days in early
August, and it is essential that we understand this.
Whatever his positive achievements in the presidency,
the burden he now bears in his isolation at San Cismen:e
is cne that he shouldered himself.
No cne can help him carry it not even those who
are grateful to him fcr some oi the other things that he did.
An Exquisite Gentleman
THE DEATH of Mayor Chuck Hall saddens us. Mr. Hall
was a South Florida fixture.
One did not thinx of him as a politician with partisan
interests. In a world of people constantly struggling "to
get ahead," Mr. Hail stood serenely, the excjuica gentle-
man, an almost old-fashioned symbol of some bygone era
;en it was possible to live the good and gracious life.
THIS SPIRIT, he shared with everyone around him.
The style cf his life was such that he suggested there
was nothing old-fashioned in it, and South Floridians re-
sponded to him in such a way as to demonstrate that virtue
and selflessnsss are always qualities to be admired.
That they axe always qualities that can inspire a com-
munity.
Chuck Hall, gentleman, is gone. We mourn his pass-
ing.
Studies of Nixon to Proliferate
'rHE BRl'CE Maizlish psychia-
1 trie study of Richard Nivon
will be making increasingly im-
portant reading during the days
ahead.
In his study, the Harvard pro-
fessor performs some long-dis
tancc analysis of Nixon, including
the years Nixon was in treatment
with Dr. Arnold Hutchnecker.
THE STTDY first came to the
fore in the aftermath of the furor
over the dumping of Sen. Tom
Eagleton in the 19"2 presidential
campaign when the Democrats
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"discovered- that Eagle'jm hn
been hospitalized on several
casions for emotional reason*
No one cared about the 4
hsh revelations then. The stu-1
made about as much impact II
the campaign as Watergate iuj
Now that Nixon has *,',,
home, the study will surely C0B.
into its own on a tide of mjJ
other such studios undoubted
being written at this veryZ
ment.
LET THERE be no flinch,,,,
from the fact that many car|!
observers of the Nixon persons'.
ity could, and did. predi-
course his political career would
take.
The thumbprint of hi-
destiny was there to be rea
clearly than the prints of ns|
other public figures who, like or
dinary run-of-the-mill people
manage fairly successfully to m
tain (and conceal) their ba>a
instincts.
That is the point and the
preme irony about Nixon. Chin
ed with concealment, he couN
neither contain nor conceal tin*
instincts with any degree of M)
cess at all. The tapes, his mania
for recording his own downfall,
are a clear example of this
AND THAT was the point i
the Maizlish study, which dram
strated that Nixon- profo-jtri
emotional problems brought :o
high yAiblic office must end a
disaster for himself if :
the nation.
Who will ever forget Nixon''
painful, irrelevant rambling a
his farewe'l add:
Hi, statement that what
America needs today are "more
plumbers";
Bin assurance that not a sin-
Continued on Page 11A
The American synagogue, like
its Christian counterparts, has
been having financial difficulties
for a number of years. Many
solutions have been suggested
and tried, but getting involved
with the Italian M..fia is one
that oven in the most desperate
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ed at.
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case in a Brooklyn synag
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with what iia> been >tatod by the
chairman of the Syria. ..
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Friday, August 23, 1974
V'Jewfalh Ffaridfair)
Page 5-A
THEATRE OF ABSURD
Spotlight on Moscow 'Justice'
Hasidic Jews Fight
B'klyn. Redistricting
By TOVA KAMINS
vc\V YORK UTA) A
of hmch-ttme ontooken in
of the New York Public
Library on Fifth Avenue witness-
ed a "theater of the absurd" this
week.
]t was a surrealist dramatiza-
tion 0* "justice" in the Soviet
Union performed by seven pro-
ial New York stage ac-
- to call public attention to
a "complete mockery of justice"
taking pIjcc at that hour in Mos-
cow where the trial of Victor
Pclsky wai scheduled to begin.
HOWEVER. IN Moscow, the
trial of Polsky was postponed
without any explanation, accord-
ing to the Nitional Conference
on Soviet Jewry. Polsky, a noted
Jewish physicist, and a dissident
and activist, has been charged
With "reckless driving."
Kings County District Attorney
EUgene Gold, chairman oi the
Greater New York Conference on
Soviet Jewry, the group that
sponsored the demonstration, saw
the pending Moscow trial as
nothing l?ss than a cruel form of
harassment of Polsky for apply-
ing for a visa to emigrate to Is-
rael.
"The Polsky ease is the first
in a new scries of trials that will
be conducted by the Soviets in
a stepped up campaign to terror-
ize countless other Jews and dis-
Kumania's Ceausescu Receives
khilziiiek in Bucharest
H v.KST (JTA) Philip
k who is on a visit here.
was received in audience by the
lent of the Rumanian Peo
; ,. R N'icolae Ceausescu.
unanian News Agency
bed the meeting as "cor-
K! I I/NICK also met witl
- of the Rumanian
Fewish community ol
reel d the Jew isli
' ;atl ering ;it thi
I 5; :,.. ;o !ue. which was at
I, .. several thousand peo
' R .' Dr Moses Rosen
; K ul lick and his wit
: ; repond<
; ike of the "broth
I : all r< H wherever thi .
I
' : Rabbi accompanied
K tznick on a visit to provincial
communities.
THE cur-- Rabbi and Mrs
i .i reception fo'
.- r '". ii" home which
attended bj distiiigu
secular and religious Rumanian
personalities, and the American
ambassador.
The Israeli ambassador also
gave ;i reception for Klutznick at
tlie ambassador's offic.al resi-
courage them from attempting to
emigrate." said Gold Introducing
th? tableau on the Public Li-
brary steps.
POLSKY, who specializes in
rhoto-eleetronics and has 12 pat-
ents to his credit, applied for an
exit visa in 1968. He was fired
'mm his job. labeled an enemy
of the state and hounded by
police ever since, a Conference
spokesman said.
He is now accused of running
down a 19-year-old Russian wom-
an. Tatyana Aleksandrovna Zhu-
kova. the daughter of a Soviet
official. In fact. Gold explained,
the "victim" threw herself in
front of Polsky's car in a suicide
attempt after quarreling with her
parents.
Because of Polsky's reputation
as a spokesman for the Jewish
emigration movement, the Soviet
authorities seized the opportunity
to exploit the incident. Gold said.
"We can readily see. from the
case of Victor Polsky and many
like him that justice and human
rights have virtually no meaning
in the USSR when it comes to
ev{<>< .1 '<." Gold stated.
Continued from Page IA
ing would affect the political
strength ol the Jewish comniu-
nitj which currently voices "the
needs and goals" of the Hasidic
Jews.
Federal Court Judge Walter
Bruchausen ruled Friday that
(lie redistricting did not disen-
franchise the vVilliamsburg Jews
nor take away their voting
rights.
"It is further well settled that
there is no federal constitutional
right either to continuity or com-
pactness of voting rights," Judge
Bruchausen held in dismissing
the UJO suit against Gov. Mal-
colm Wilson of New York, the
Legislature and I'.S. Attorney
General William Saxbe.
NATHAN LEWIN of Wash-
ington, a vice president of the
National Jewish Commission on
Law and Public \ffairs (COL-
PA), is representing the I'JO
both in the original suit and in
the appeal.
Although Lewln is not acting
in his canacitv as a COLPA of-
ficial, COLPA is assisting him
in the case. Dennis Ra i| g, COL-
PA executive director, filed the-
notice of appeal July 90 and a
motion for an early hearing of
the appeal the following day.
Lewis said that the motion
that was filed July 31 asked that
arguments be heard by the ap-
peals court during the week of
August 12 because a primary
election in the state will be held
in September and the Hasidic
voters of Williamsburg will suf-
fer "irreparable harm" if the
primary is held within the
framework of the new districts.
IN AN affidavit accompany-
ing the original motion for 'i
temporary restraining order and
for assignment of a three-Judge
court to hear the case. I.ewin
asserted that the Hasidic Jews
were "the victims of a racial ger-
rymander'" an.i thai the "prin-
cipal motivation" for the redis-
tricting was to assign a specific
number of Black and Puerto
1;i. .in citizens to particular leg-
islative listricts."
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Friday, August 23,1374
Hebrew Academy
Officers Elected
Miami Beach attorney Irving
Firtel has been elected to a
fourth term as president of the
.-Greater Miami Hebrew Aca-
demy, largest Hebrew day school
in the South.
Firtel and other officers, di-
rectors and trustees of the He-
brew Academy will be sworn in
during the annual installation
dinner Sunday at 6:30 p.m. in the
new Merwitzer Building dining
hall, 2425 Pine Tree Dr. The ban-
quet is open to the public, with
dinner tickets required.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross.
principal of the Hebrew Aca-
demy since it was founded nearly
27 years a$;o. will serve as the
ins: officer and principal
src:Ki:- He returned recently
fu:'. a year's Sabbatical in Is-
1974 rc-
cr ersitj
H< '
community
i.
,
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mediati
fo
HI
the
1 t- erve wil
v ( Ki
of X':., I [ortOIl LJel
man. a>- man 1 I
bo I. H.
of the executive committee; 1
Jost as* :ate c'r,
man of the executive committee.
hard and Ost:.
ScV -
pre.- lenta : l he Hebrew A
demy,
der; ling iti
Rabbis Urge
Crackdown
On Gambling
ewis 1 1
ol joint
I to eii-
11.
1;.
si.
Btati an.i Jev
tra. tions.
' term, "Las Vegas Nite,"
stems from the city of La?
Ve?_s. Nev., where I
activity is a variety of forms of
legal gambling, including roulette
wheels, dice games and slot ma-
chines.
THE WARNING was pro::
by two recent incidents involving
such furrf-raL-ing events at Con-
gregation B'nai Israel of She
head Bay and the Hebrew Alli-
ance Synagogue of (' -and.
A reputed Mafia figure, Steven
CiriJio. 31. was shot to death
durir.fr a Las Vegai Xite event
at B'nai Israei. and a week later,
police raided a simi.ar ever
the He. rew AJliaik
arresting ten
The ed as part
lov :i on such
. Je-.vish ar.d Chi istian
ii wing complal
fi in the games.
POLK l OCTM ES
thai I appeared such gambling
was being
ur '1 of organized c:
elf
connection between Jewish spon-
s< :' the (.-ame nights and
crime figures.
The pint letter said sponsors
of such gambling events were
subject to prosecution and urged
the organizations to pass the
warning en to all other Jewish
organizations.
branch and the Olga and Mar-
garet Weishaus High School for
Girls.
Vice presidents elected include
Oscar Mamber, Jack S. Popick.
Josh Rephun, Judge Herbert S.
Shapiro and William Silverstein.
Dr. Dafid S. Andron and Harry-
Genet were elected honorary life
presidents.
Selected as honorary vice pres-
idents were Judge Irwin Christie.
Jacob C. Cohen. Nathan Darsky,
Charles Fruchtman and Jacob
Rifkin.
Jerome Bienenfeld was elected
treasurer with Julius Sand as as-
sistant treasurer. Other officers
include J. Jerry Schechter, fi-
nancial secretary: Henry Pon-
chansky, assistant financial sec-
retary: Leonard Aiiler. auditor:
Moses Grundwerg. general sec-
1
and
Israel Says Syria
Violates Ceasefire
\
3M
iffviNG mm
Donald Kass. medical advisor.
Executive committee members
to be installed include the offi-
cers and Seymour Eisenberg,
Milton Ehrenreich, Barry Eisen-
berg, Peter Goldring, Lei nard
Gi itz Sa Lefl Mi 1 ton Perlin,
So! Popper, Selig, Ted
; ibert Schul
Continued from Page 1-A
apparently on reconnaissance
flights to photograph Israeli lines
on the Golan Heights. More omi-
nous from the Israeli point of
view than these relatively minor
truce violations is Syria's failure
to date to reestablish the civilian
population in Kuneitra and sur-
rounding villages which Israel
relinqui>hed under the disen-
gagement accords.
INSTEAD OF the expected in-
flux of returning civilians, Ku-
neitra rema'.ns essentially an
abandoned town. There are no
more than 30 civilians in the
town but s 100-man police force
which Israel regards as a mili-
tary unit in police jn'form- No
,t ilians have returned to their
tillages
rement agreement
en oberved more
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Russian-built helicopter into k
raeli air space in Sinai were dfc
continued after Israel complain.
The Egyptian army is semCn
home its reserve units after 1
series of military exercises, some
of them carried out on the east
bank of the Suez Canal.
ISRAELI SECURITY f0rce
meanwhile, reported foiling se*
eral possible sabotage attempts
by Arab terrorists. The most re-
cent incident was the sinking of
a terrorist-manned dinghy in fc
raeli territorial waters by a Ntn
patrol boat.
Other anti-terrorist measure;
include the tightening: of search-
es on the Jordan River bridges
to abort the smuggl n :" arms
and explosives into I-
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rchbishop is Arrested for Gun-Running
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) Archbishop Hillarion Capucci, the
car-old head of the Greek CathoHc Church in East Jerusalem,
a attested early this week by Israeli security forces on suspicion
aiding members of the El Fatah terrorist organization.
Archbishop Capucci, who lives in the Beit Hanina suburb of East
salem. is suspected of acting as a liaison for the Fatah command
Lebanon and of bringing weapons and sabotage materials from
anon to terrorists on the West Bank.
CCOROING TO the police,
Ten days ago, a day after Arch-
bishop Capucci returned from a
visit to Lebanon, his car was
stopped as he was en route to
downtown Jerusalem.
POLICE SAID they found a
large quantity of weapons, in-
cluding submachine guns, pistols,
hand grenades and explosives
hidden in the car.
ipieion focused on the Arch-
hup after he reported a theft
Ifome $75,000 in cash from his
Vrtmcnt a few months ago.
liter the arrest of two Arab
rects. police found that th|>
stolen actually amounted to
Ik- $750,000 in cash. At this
L Anhbishop Capucci with-
Iv, his complaint, saying that
j money had been returned.
\ r the police were not
ill the explanation and
iting deeper into
The Archbishop was detained
at the time but released for "op-
erational reasons," according to a
police spokesman.
However, after false rumors
that he was about to leave for
Lebanon, he was arrested again
at 7 a.m. Sunday at his home.
He was expected to be brought
before a magistrate's court with-
in 48 hours, according to police.
This is one of the few times since
the establishment of Israel that
a religious leader has been ar-
rested in connection with a se-
curity case.
ARCHBISHOP CAPUCCI, who
is Patriarchal Vicar of the Greek
Catholic Church in Jerusalem.
was horn in Aleppo. Syria.
He has been head of the Greek
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Catholic Church in Jerusalem,
the West Bank, Jaffa, Ramla, Lod
and Ceasaria since 1965, and has
been a rival to Archbishop Yusuf
Raya, head of the Greek Catholic
Church in Israel, who won world
publicity about a year and-a-halt
ago for his persistent fight for
the return of villagers to the de-
serted Arab villages of Biram
and Irkit on the Lebanese bor-
der.
Archbishop Capucci's commu-
nity includes some 4,500 of the
35.000 Greek Catholics under Is-
raeli jurisdiction. The Greek
Catholic Church is part of the
Catholic family of churches and
recognizes nominally the primacy
of the Pope. He is directly re-
sponsible to Patriarch Maximus
.i ., v.e.u -Hft rael|)o in Beirut.
Jabotinsky Aide
Dead at Age 65
JERUSALEM (JTA) Fu-
neral services took place here fon
Dr. Binyamin Eliav, once a closet
associate of Zev Jabotinsky amf
later an active member of Mapai.
Dr. Eliav died in Petah Tikva
at the age of 65.
Born in Rita, Dr. Eliav was a
founder of Betar. After Jabotin-
sky*s death and after he learned
of the scope of the holocaust, Dr.
Eliav tried to unite the Jews in
Palestine and urged a merger of
the Irgun and the Hagana.
THIS DID not materialize, and
Dr. Eliav broke with the Irgun
In opposition to the policies of
its new leader, Menachem
Beigin.
After World War II, he found-
ed the "People's Movement" and
won a seat on the Jewish Repre-
sentative Assembly.
The Jewish Community Cen-
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The 36th annual meeting ot the
Greater Miami Jcwi>h Federation
will take p'are Thursday. Se>pt.
t, al Miami Beach's Carillon Ho
M.
The annual meeting and din-
ner is the most important busi-
ness function of the year for the
Federation, which is the central
agency of Jewish life in Greater
Miami.
Chairman of arrangements for
the event is Mrs. Leonard Fried-
land, who has been an active and
dedicated Jewish community-
leader for several years. Most
recently Mrs. Friedland. who is
a member of the Federation
board of directors, was campaign
chairman of the GMJF Women's
Division which has consistent-
ly ranked first in the nation for
increasing success in its annual
campaign efforts.
Joining Mrs Friedland in help
ing arrange the 36th annual
Dg are Federation's secre-
tary. Mrs. Sol Goldstein: vice
president. Harry A. Levy; Youmj
Adult* Division chairman. Stew
art Mirmelli. and Women's Div;
sion secretary. Mrs. Robert Rus-
sell, along with Mrs. Harry' B.
Smith, incoming president of the
Women's Division, who served as
arrangements chairman for the
1973 annual meeting.
Cocktails will be served at 6:30
p.m.. and dinner will follow at
7:30 p.m.. at the Carillon Hotel.
All members of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation (individ-
uals who have contributed $25
or more to the 1974 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund) are cordially invited. For
information and reservations con-
tact Michael Meyer.
Crowd Demonstrates Against
Moisevev Dancers in L.A.
LOS ANGELES (JTA)
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black and white prisoner-1
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nwhile. an estimated 500
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[alachah Forbids Sex-Change Operations
By Special Report
U\V YORK Citing Biblical
Unctions and recent commen-
ts, a Yeshiva University Tal-
Gjc scholar conten.ls that the
hems of one's sex through
JJyto forbidden by Jewish
abbi J. David Bleich. on the
nudic faculty of the Rabbi
L Elchanan Theological Sem-
\s and assistant professor
Ljiosophy at the University's
fn College for Women, in the
ent issue of Tradition." pub-
by the Rabbinical Council
Cmerica, writes that "the
in,- acceptance of trans-
bal surgery has made the
Etion "1 sex change a topical
Bdiic (Jewish law) issue."
IANSSEXUALS are persons
with the anatomy of one
|but who suffer from an iden-
ation with the other sex.
n..y ,;<. believed to number
Lt 10.000 in the U.S. are be-
in? treated medically by a com-
bination of hormone therapy and
sex-change surgery. It is esti-
mated that some 1,500 have
changed th<*ir sex by surgical
means.
Rabbi Bleich cites Lev. 22:24.
"And that which is mauled or
crushed or torn or cut you shall
not offer unto the Lord; nor
should you do this in your land,"
as an explicit Biblical prohibition
of sex-change operations.
He also notes an argument ad-
vanced by Rabbi Meir Amsel,
editor of the rabbinic journal,
"Ha-Ma'or."
THE COMMANDMENT, "A
woman shall not wear that which
pertains to a man, nor shall a
man put on a woman's garment"
(Deut. 22:5), he says, is not
limited to the wearing of apparel
associated with the opposite sex.
but encompasses any action
uniquely identified with the op-
posite sex.
A procedure designed to trans-
form sexual characteristics, he
echnion Studying
'he Aging Process
B> Speck] Report
HF> The answer to what
a li\ :ri_r organism to grow
kn.i lie is i eing sought by a
ptisl al the Department of
| il the Technlon Israel
I nology, and he
|ves his results offer an ex-
ition.
karin^ the climax >>f years of
|nt laboratory exiierimenta-
[now lieinrf twmlucted in the
|ce W. Goldsmith Building at
nion City, Prof. David Ger-
li confirming his hypothesis
it is the piogrammed ac-
Jilation. with time, of faulty
pin molecules which form
pies in the living ceil which
fes the cell to age and die.
^OF. GEBSHON explained
enzymes are the crucial
l\-i- responsible for regulat-
\he life of the cell such
sses as respiration, growth.
Auction and the mainten-
j of mechanisms which pro-
the cell from attack.
pen eventually too many
p lies build up in
1 enzymes, the cell's proper,
lly functioning is imj>aired
Vheti this is simultaneously
' lands (or mil-
1 Is ;n a living tissue,
[the tiss e an I In turn the
Is a part, can-
. and the liv-
aI.other a i)lant, ani-
[ :.'. being, be-
I
[' iron-
Isease
pub-
I
I
in of
f
THEN
tion of whether this accumula-
tion is random or accidental, or
whether it is programmed as
an inevitable continuation or
consequence of the normal de-
velopment program of the or-
ganism dictated by its genetic
"instructions.1
Prof Gershon'x present I snta
tive conclusions are that the pro-
cess is prog amined and his cur-
rent work la being carried out to
prove this beyond doubt to the
scientific community
"Why are we doing all of this
work?'' he asked. "The answer
i sthat if we can find out exactly
why aging occurs, then tin- lets
the stage for further experimen-
tation or, ways to delay the on-
set of aging in organisms, pos-
sibly humans, and also to slow-
down the rate of aging," he ex-
plained.
"THIS IS why the Institute of
Child Health and Human De-
velopment of the United States
National Institutes of Health
(NIH) Is supporting my work fi-
nancially." he added.
Prof. Gershon'S studies are
being carried out with the help
of an $80,000 grant from the
NIH and an additional 100.000
Mark, fl >H1 the IVeat German
Science Foundation DFG).
One of the
lev-els if the
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tion, he contends, may also ex-
tend to hormone treatments ef-
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sexual characteristics.
ONCE A sexual transforma-
tion has actually taken place.
Rabbi Bleich says, a host of prac-
tical halakhic questions arise,
hinging upon, "the crucial con-
ceptual problem of whether or
not a change of sex has indeed
occurred from the point of view
of Halachah."
He notes that sex-change pro-
cedures involve the "construction
Of simulated sexual organs de-
void of reproductive powers."
The most obvious questions.
Dr. Bleich says, involve marri-
age, divorce and the performance
of "mitzvot" (religious obliga-
tions).
One early halachic work,
"Besamim Rosh," declares that
once the male sexual organs have
been removed the person is no
longer competent to contract a
valid marriage as a man.
"The person would also be un-
qualified to marry as a woman
since true female genital organs
are absent even subsequent to
successful completion of the sur-
gical procedure.''
RABBI BUSICfl cites an un-
equivocal prohibition imposed on
any BUCh union in a ruling issued (
by Rabbi Abraham Hirsch last
year.
Quoting the comments of Rab-
benu Cnananel several hundred
years ago. Rabbi Hirsch con-
cludes, "any intercourse between
a normal male and a male in
whom an artifical vagina has
been fashioned by means of sur-
gery constitutes sodomy."
According to Rahrenu Chana-
nel. a renowned North African
Talmudist, sexual identity cannot
be changed by means of surgery.
Sexual identity as determined at
time of birth is irreversible inso
far ai halachic questions pertain-
ing to sexual identity are con-
cet ned.
RABBI BLEICH writes that
various courts in the U.S. have
ruled that In the eye3 of the
law, sex-change surgery has no
effect upon the gender of the
poison upon whom such proce-
dures are performed.
He writes that recently a New
Yoik Supreme Court ruled that
a woman who underwent surgery
to become a man and then mar-
ried could not seek a divorce
since a valid marriage had, in
fact, never existed.
Another area if question con-
cerns circumcision upon a simu-
lated male organ.
Here Rabbi Bleich looks to the
19th century author. Rabbi Yosef
Pelaggi, who maintained that cir-
cumcision was not necessary
since "uncircumcised male"
<(J>n. 17:13) applies only to an
individual who is* male at the
time of birth.
RAI'.BI BLEICH concludes
that although Judaism does not
sanction reversal of sex by sur-
gery, "Transsexualism is a dis-
order which should receive the
fullest measure of medical and
psychiatric treatment consistent
with Halachah.
"Transsexuals should be en
couraged to undergo treatment
to correct endocrine imbalances
where medically indicated and
seek psychiatric guidance in or-
der to alleviate the grave emo-
tional problems which c.re fre-
quently associated with their
tragic condition."
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* Jen is* ftorftitor
Friday, August 23, 1974
MHHbbWsvV
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Basketball Sneaks
Up on Soccer
Tel Aviv
IF SOCCER doesn't watch out,
it's going to become the num-
ber two sport here. Basketball is
making rapid strides and the na-
tional league is drawing as many
as nine to ten-thousand people to
some of its key games.
I was startled to see 9.000-plus
at the Maccabi-Tol Aviv-Maccabi
Ramat Gan contest. The Tel Aviv
five, serving as the host team,
was only prepared for a crowd
of 5.000 fans, and it was caught
short with the number of turn-
stile operators available for the
flow of traffic which ensued.
IN PAST years. I've always
managed to park my car within
a radius of a block or two of
the Yad Eliyahu Stadium, but for
this particular game, we parked
on a street at least three-fourths
of a mile removed from the play
ing site.
Ten days later, the Maccabi-
Tel Aviv organization was better
prepared with help in its game
against Hapoel-Tel Aviv. There
is little question but that Mac-
cabi-Tel Aviv is the powerhouse
of the league.
AGAINST RAMAT Gan they
whipped the visitors by over 30
points. However, it was clearly
demonstrated that Larry Gordon
of Ramat Gan is far and away the
best player in Israel today.
Larry is a former All-Ivy
Leaguer from Columbia, who. up-
on reaching the Holy Land, regis-
tered as a temporary resident
rather than as a citizen.
Consequently, it is difficult to
have him play on the national
team. Moves are being effected
whereby Gordon will become a
citizen and serve in the army,
thereby becoming eligible for in-
ternational competition with Is
rael.
The 40th Annual Passover In
temational Tennis Championship
resulted in Israel's top racquet
man, Yehoshua Shalem. taking
first prize of SI .000 by beating
out American Larry Parker. 7-6
2-6. 6-4, 1-6 and 6-3 in a hair-
raising final.
PARKER, who hails from
Houston, Texas and is playing
in his third Passover Tourna-
ment, collected S400 in prize
money.
Twelve years ago. Elazar
Davidman whipped Australia"s |
John Hillebrand. and that was I
long before the days of prize f
money tennis. The women's |
singles crown went to New Zea
lander. Judy Connor. The tour- =
nament was marred by several
rainy days, which took the edge I
off some of the participants'
play.
FINAL ARRANGEMENTS have
been made by the United States =
Committee Sports for Israel, in
conjunction with the U.S. Soc
eer-Football Association, to host
the Israel national soccer team
late in September and early Octo
ber. Right after the Asian games-
in Tehran the soccer team will
return to Israel for Rosh
Hashona, after which it leaves
for the States where the beg
will play in the U.S. All Star 11
in four cities.
Early in July the Israel age
18 and under soccer team
participated in an international
event at Hartwick Col'ege where
clubs from 11 countries ex-
changed boots.
COUNTRIES EXPECTED to
send hoop squads included Cana- j
da, Belgium. West Germany. I
Switzerland. Holland. Hong Kong I
and Brazil. The United States I
Committee Sports for Israel ar- I
ranged for an American college I
five to be included in the com- I
petition.
*^euntour ^/). d*+i*w
man
Novels to Please and Displease
It III.LIONS of people bought "Portnoy's Com-
plaint." and many more heard of the book
thanks to publicity and rabbinic sermons. Philip
Roth's defamation of Jewish mothers and his
pseudo-autobiographical endless discussions of
the psychiatrist's couch and acts of lectual com-
bat brought him a fortune.
THERE ARE some who claim that he has
risen from the bed and couch to new heights of
literary brilliance.
His latest book reveals that he is still on
the couch and in bed. His "literary" vocabulary
is peppered with a proliferation of four-letter
words. The choice of the name. "Tarnapol." for
his protagonist, will remind some of Galitzianers.
since Tarnapol is a city in Austrian Galicia.
That is about the only thing Jewish in the
book although, for reasons I cannot fathom, Tar-
napol is characterized as a Jew.
Si-v and the psychiatric couch appear to
be Roth's hangups. We bid "Goodby" to his "My
Life as a Man" (New York. Holt. Rinehart and
Winston. S8.95. 330 pagesi.
|>\II\ BEN Amotz is a Kuropean-born Is-
raeli whose book, "To Remember. To Forget"
(Philadelphia. Jewish Publication Society. S7.95.
399 pages), translated from the Hebrew by Zeva
Shapiro, deserves to be a best-seller.
Here is an unusually talented author. He
weaves a rale with pathos, humor, and lov.
Amotz' novel concerns the trip of Uri Lam
from Israel to Germany in 1959 to secure re-
paration payments for the death of his parents
in a concentration camp and the loss of their
property.
This Ls incidental to the story of Uri himself,
who falls in love with and marries a German
Christian girl.
The use of flashbacks are reminiscent of
James Joyce's stream of consciousness, Uri's ru-
minations arc- occasionally Kafkaesque. and the
plot and narration are worthy of O'Henry.
THE TENDERNESS and affection between
Uri and Barbara are as poignant as some of the
scenes in the film, "Love Story."
The author has created people oi culture,
erudition and passion. Nothing is contrived. The
same four-letter words that one finds offensive
and vulgar when spewed forth by Roth are. in
Amotz' book, natural and unobtrusive.
CIIAYYIM ZELDIS' "Golgotha" (Now York.
Avon. $1.25 221 pages) will offend devout
Christians because it is a novel of passion and
violence. Jesus is one of the participants in the
passion, and the Romans play the heavies with
their acts of barbaric violence.
The picture drawn of Jesus' disciples depicts
them as seamy individuals. The writing and
style are abominable.
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JN HER yellow pants suit the attractive woman
at th" rostrum might have been an actress. But
she was a Christian theologian, publicly admitting
that much of the Jew-hatred in the world, in-
cluding Nazism, stemmed directly from the New
Testament.
That theme was reiterated frequently in a
remarkable conference staged recently on the
premises of one of the most majestic edifices in
the world, the Episcopal Cathedral on Amsterdam
Avenue in New York City.
FOR FOUR days learned scholars pondered
how the world could have permitted an Ausch-
witz. They also tackled the problem of how to
avoid another.
JEWISH savants, such as Rabbi Irving
Greenberg, Rabbi Emil Fackenheim. Elie
Weisel, Rabbi Marc Tannenbaum. Rabbi Balfour
Brickner and others, also took part in the un-
usual series of seminars.
The most astonishing part of the gathering,
convoked by the ADL. the American Jewish
Committee, the Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations and the Cathedral's officials. Bishop
Paul Moore and Canon William Johnson, and a
cluster of Christian groups, was the confession
that Christianity itself has engendered xeno-
phobia.
THE CHRISTIANS freely admitted that the
New Testament often indulges in anti-Semitism,
that the Pharisees (who were the gentlest and
most earnest of men) have been unfairly stig-
matized, that Christians must atone for the blood-
shed they incited and ignored
The subtitle of the convocation was "the
Beginning of a New Era."
If ecumenics can move men towards con-
fessing their guilt then a new epoch of frater-
nalism may indeed be discernible through the
long, dark tunnel of misunderstanding.
vtart ^/tlpert
Allon in the Place of Abba Eban
^MONG THE more striking changes in the Is-
rael Cabinet is the replacement of Abba
Eban by Yigal Allon as Foreign Minister. It will
not be easy for Allon to create an image which
can compare with that of the eloquent orator
ind intellectual whom he succeeds. The indica
.ions arc that Allon is seeking to change the
thrust of Foreign Ministry activity completely.
For one thing, there will be less emphasis
on the personality of the man at the top. Allon
will seek to operate by grand scale strategy and
by dramatic tactics.
WHEREAS EBAN was the formal diplomat,
always conforming to proper protocol in the usual
sense. Allon will utilize the kind of tactics in
diplomacy which gave the Israel armed forces
their once vaunted reputation by doing the un-
usual and the unexpected.
It is still not clear how much freedom of
action Allon will have. Traditionally, the For-
eign Minister is not an independent agent.
He must accept the line determined by the
government as a whole, and it is usually the
Prime Minister who shapes the policies.
Abba Eban frequently found himself in a
difficult position when Golda Meir conducted
foreign affairs from her office and at the
same time the Ambassador in Washington (then
Yitzhak Rabin) was not always as subject to min
istry control as Eban would have liked.
IT IS NO secret that the conflict created at
that time is responsible for Rabin's dropping
Eban when the former ambassador became Pre-
mier.
Allon's beginnings are affected by two nega-
tive factors. First, he let it be known that he
vanted the position badly.
IN THE second place, he committed a public
relat.ons blunder last month. When announce-
ment was first made of America's offer to supply
Egypt with nuclear power plants Israel's reaction
was one of shock and disappointment. Yet Allon
hastened to reassure his countrymen that there
was really nothing to be disturbed about The
public did not buy it. and he had to backtrack.
In his new office Allon inherits a highly
developed information program, set up by Eban.
and after some delays, now operating at high
gear. It is most impressive both in volume and
in content, though volume alone is not always an
assurance of quality.
Single Parent
Family Needs
Are Studied
J^ GROUP of Jewish |f>jj
serving northern (^ '
have joined efforts to pny,,
the wide range of services nee
ed by the growing number i
single parent families.
The inter-agency social servj
project was described by H
Bienstock, director of the Rojei
Park Jewish Community CerL
one of the participating a?enc?e
during a two-day conclave on tL
problem sponsored by the Si
tional Jewish Welfare Board J
New Yefffc Citv
THE PARTICIPATING am
cies are the Jewish Family
Community Service, the Bo'rna
Horwich. Rogers Park and Hen,
Hart Jewish Community Centerj
the Jewish Vocational Servici
the Virginia Frank Child DeveJ
opment Center, the senior adu]
department of the Jewish C
munity Centers of Chicago,
Council for the Jewish Elder!
the Ark and the Jewish Chj
dren's Bureau. Bienstock said.
He noted that while there
many resources for marital couj
seling. when a couple decides]
end a marriage, the I
wife and children 'j
there arc no places to
for help.
"THEY FLOUNDER throi
legal, social and emotional
until they start to swim or aij
they sink."
He reported there was a j
men group of crises general
affecting such famili-- in
solution. There is "the per-
traumas of failure, rejects!
anger or being totally ov4
whelmed."
The family members also mil
deal with legal complications;
the attitudes of parents. fr;.j
and relatives. The wife
think about how she will supp
herself
EITHER OR both
worry about the children *l
typically have adjustment pn
lems of their own."
He added that "new life styll
are introduced for each I
member and with these
concerns about social competes
and acceptability."
He said that because problei
often involve religious IMJ
rabbinic counseling was beingi
veloped for the program.
BECAUSE NO one a:e:
touches on all the problems,
individual often is prevenii
from getting all the help h]
she really needs, Bienstock
By combining their effort
the agencies cooperating on '
Chicago project "have n
possible for individuals, coup
or families to go to any one
the social work agencies *"
through that contact, be neb
to get all the needed assistn
in a positive and suppo1"-"
way." he reported.
He cited as an example
woman in the process of 2etW
a divorce who calls a Je""
center about after-school .
grams for her child because
must now go to work
She is asked about other Pi
sible needs, including voca,jJ
counseling, legal services, WJ
counseling, her social needs:
related problems.
IF THERE is an area in '*
one of the other particip*]
agencies can help, he decisr
the center worker will prvl
name and number for the W
to call and then pave the
with a preparatory call-


, August 23. 1974
JmM finrtrffor
Page Il-A
'sychiatric Studies of Nixon to Proliferate
Irs
Continued from Page 4-A
m'emN'r -of; his *****
been financially enriched by
experience.
R-R^KT-rflS obsession with
.h >,.. death* of his bro
' Teddy Roosevelt's youna
.hi mother and father all
thi Nf^rt's vision of his own
J ;nd | surrogate for brutal
.puni-Hinent.
hp reference to "plumbers"
,finance that no one
^en personally enriched by
ving in his adminirtration are
I examples of Nixon's
. be able to perceive the

IB '"
: have it.
re likely
most commen-

ts
h
flights
that has always
i for him in the
hu self-punishing
I lath in
I him from >'i
at the tormented
living p sople sur
L had
I his
. -rs,
IlIIE SPATE of Maiilish-1
.- eol in the
'Nixon's fla \
tri letail
n
l i
[Nix -.. tical career span-
rter of a i i
.. and iat time, during
public exposure, they
fled to perceive these flaws in
1.
SAID before that his twisted
stiny was more legible, his
se instinct- less manageable
bi: those of other men in pub-
life.
Jne w mid be hard put to dis-
Iguish between the unspeakable
of Nixon and, say. Lyn-
Johnson.
ut .lohnson lost control of
himself only toward the end. For
all its seaminess, Johnson's whole
career pointed in the direction of
a magisterial concern for hu-
manity. Whether it was political
expediency or conviction that set
him on that road hardly nutters.
THE FACT is. he traveled it
until th end. And, In the end.
when they perceived so quickly
that his humanity had become
something else entirely, a nasty
dictatorial nature, the American
people, with a startling unanimi-
ty ol will, forced him to abandon
the notion of another term in
office.
Why. i hen. did the American
people opt for Richard Nixon?
Why did they not perceive th;s
it trial nature in him? It was
not i sud len ihinij either, as it
had bean with Johnson, it was
there from the beginnin
From the beginnin Si: >n be-
td no opponents ibate
ide tj
compron -
EDWARD COHEN
Nor was there the mitigating
humanity in him at an earlier
time in his career as there had
been in Johnson.
THE ISSUE is not that the
American people have been judg-
ed and found wanting in their
failure, from the beginning, to
know the real Richard Nixon.
The issue is that, instinctively,
they wanted in their president
the manic character he offered
them, which somehow they be
held as a benevolent Big Brother.
They bubbled over him like Ger-
many did over Hitler.
AND THOSE who objected
loudly, myself among them, to
loss in the people of their
political and social self-esteem
were pilloried brutally. They
were hit hard personally and pro-
1 Enemies List was
i to the Poto-
Then a' l I
ir own d<

the man sed them?
How to Get Jews
Back to Synagogue
Continued from Page 4-A
just as well t) Ol;:- younger
iples starting out or. careers
an.l a family.
"My wife and I were once very
active In a e up North
and we now hunger for those
synagogue activities there
are many thousands of us in the
same position (Butt in this
period of wild inflation, the ?reat
majority of us just about have
enough to cover our regular ex-
panses, which includes very high
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'"Therefore I respectfully re-
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Greater Miami's Rabbinical
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synagogues also weakened by !i-
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French Credit?
Going to Egypt
Continued hrofcl Pa;? 11
cord -: ;ne I last week bj
tian F irel pi Mfc *' '
ny aimed at Inc asing
French-Egyptian econoa
era'
-1 m is i Uitr d dda I that >
French missii n will negotiate in
I- h in-
vest thai
French part'ci^atlon in
economic devel >pment
As .1.' of this participation)
Fiance la ex] e to rovide
issistance
. it the modern! itioa of the
ova l; m
Cai telephoi
....,
A] ixai
OTHEB PRO II I r3
consi le itl n in
-
of i s

mace':" istry compound.
There c?n be no doubt that they
did. Even in the end it was not
the people who sent Nixon home.
It was the Congress, for a change
acting against its own sense of
political expediency and the mis-
guided spirit of a nation that
would, from the beginning, have
preferred to forget the whole
thing.
Once, in his heyday, Nixon urg-
ed America to "kick that Com-
munist Congress and all of their
fellow-travelers in the teeth."
TO REPEAT, why did the
American people celebrate him?
That is a question we'd better
answer and soon.
After the \W1 gubernatorial
campaign in California, Nixon
promised that "you won't have
Nixon to kick around anymore."
But in his farewell address the
other week, Nixon bid the nation
"au revoir." not good-bye. If wc
fail to answer the question, like
MacArthur, he may make good
on his promise to return.
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m # Israel to Reject
-Jewish Flondian jonian Puiiback
.-__.. ;a Friday, August 23, 1974
Section B
T
iirks, Sick Men of Europe,
Now Suffer Poor Eyesight
MAX LBBNBR
, |e limes Syndicate
The Turks,
the "sick men of
now exulting in
I try strength, have
!. i n rl of sickness
- their tunnel vi-
I'.j Is and means.
lind to the moral
L consequences of
muscle as they
airports, hospitals,
whole areas and
ilatb us.
|.\D a rirvance to
in the anti-Ma-
Cyprus. But the
the regime of
fallen; the
c in Athens
. will pay any
l of shattei Ing
Turks sml e I
e Greek
ien v enl on to
: astery of
Cyprus,
les and ii
ilitary pros-
And they will
tn l' a, heart-
the cas laities
...-. s on Cyprus
: an., thing.
., play-
- with
e a1 the re-
tra; ab of the


it; O ti.il feels
I one of the
.'- to take the
lead. The NATO nations are also
powerless, and the Greek with-
drawal of Its military units from
NATO comes after the de facto
Turkish deployment on Cyprus
of ships, planes and armor com-
mitted to NATO.
The United States is not pow-
erless but doesn't dare invoke
the power it has.
IT MESSED things up badly
while the colonels were in power
in Greece liecause of its concern
about the Mediiterranean bates
and a fear that any move with
teeth in it would alienate the
Turks and make the Mediterra-
nean situation worse.
So Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger talks endlessly on the
phone with Premier Encevit of
Ley, and Encevit talks of the
kish nationals who must have
r en own enclave government
Turkish troops forever.
Kissinger can't pack his dip-
Somatic briefcase and go off to
Geneva himself to work his
I eace-n aking miracle,
ALL HE (an do is to "deplore"
w hat is h i ei .i g in 1 threaten
tii cut off military aid to both
an i Turkey if they go to
war. Which may or may not pre*
vent s t e war, ex ;ept that
the Turks have been spreading
their one-sided war through Cy-
prus for weeks.
The lessons, ought to be cleat
eno it':: to the world. Lesson No.
!: If you are a small nation and
have no lirect Croat Power pro-
tector and no regional or ethnic
allies, you are stripped naked
before any national bully who
chooses to push you around.
Capital For Israel
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Israel, as a result
: for investment
. led industrial
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in woi th of
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offered in units
be used as part of
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in order to en-
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Interest on IDBI notes pur-
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in the U. S. are not subject to
Income tax In Israel, other pur-
chasers pa> an income tax of 25
per cent dedt i ted at the source
But, subject to the provisions of
the Internal Revenue Code, they
are entitled to claim a tax credit
or a deduction for this payment
on their U.S. income tax return.
The Israeli Government has
agreed to protect the IDBI
against a devaluation of the Is-
raeli currency with relation to
the U. S. dollar when it eomdjl
to the payment of interest and
repayment of principal of the
capital notes.
Although it is not anticipated
thst an active trading market
wi.l develop in the IDBI notes,
the Government of Israel has in-
dicated its intention to increase
the ownership of securities in the
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completion of the offering if
such notes are offered for sale
at prices ranging between 90-95
per cent of their principal
amount.
For further information on
these new IDBI capital notes,
contact the local Israel Bonds
office.
The Turks chose their timing
shrewdly, with a new civilian re-
gime in a chaotic Greece and also
with a sharp constitutional crisis
in the United States and the
transfer of presidential power.
LESSON NO. 2: The cold and
naked use of war as an instru-
ment of national prowess hasn"t
changed much. The Kissinger
peace-making diplomacy applies
to Great Powers' relations and to
areas where Great Powers have
stakes and leverage.
It doesn't apply to the Turks,
who see no one to pressure them
and who have their own leverage
in their .strategic Mediterranean
position.
There is no peace-making ma-
chinery In NATO itself, which is
a loose ariay of disparate na-
tions around a defensive posture
and which yields to the black-
mailing potential of any of its
members.
AND NOT moral voice is
raised, either in Europe or
America, to speak out against
the crudity and cruelty of what
is happening.
Lesson No. ": The reason whj
Greece is helpless is that its so-
called military regime ironically
had no m 1111 ar y strength.
The colonels put up a hollow fa-
cade for the World to disguise
the empty shell behind it.
The Americans fell for it.
Worse than former Ambassador
Henry Tasca's closi ness to the
military regime was the failure
of either the CIA or of other
political intelligence to report
what the true weakness of the
regime was.
To work with a desjierate re-
gime is often considered a part
of power politics, but to do it
without probing its hollowness
la to double the blunder.
Mayor Fogg Asks President
To Consider Dade Problems
Mayor Ed C. Fogg wired Pres-
ident Gerald R. Ford at the
White House asking that Dade
County's pressing rapid transit
and housing problems be con-
sidered at a meeting the Presi-
dent had scheduled with some of
the nation's mayors.
Fogg pointed out to the Presi-
dent that hundreds of new resi-
dents, both from other American
cities and abroad, daily come to
South Florida to live. "This in-
flux adds a heavy burden to the
costs already levied against Dade
tax|>ayers." Fogg said.
SOMETHING
FOR NOTHING
Something for nothing?
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TEL AVIV (JTA) Isrnel
has rejected and will reject the
Jordanian demand for an Israeli
withdrawal from the Jordan Riv-
er as part of what Jordan terms
"disengagement of forces."
Reference to this subject in
the statement by President Ford
and King Hussein does not alter
Israel's stand.
THIS WAS stated Tuesday
night by the Foreign -Ministry in
reaction to the President Ford-
King Hussein statement in Wash-
ington.
In reply to questions by re-
porters on Israel's reaction to the
joint statement by the U.S. Pres-
ident and the Jordanian King
published Sunday in Washington,
the Foreign Ministry spokesman
said:
"THE GOVERNMENT of Is
rael welcomes the declaration of
the U.S. President that his gov-
ernment would persevere in its
efforts for the attainment of a
just and curable peace in our re-
gion. The President also em-
phasized the continuity of the
American foreign policy on this
subject, as on others."
The Fore;#n Ministry spokes-
man noted that in the joint state-
ment published in Jerusalem at
the conclusion of his visit in Is-
rael. President Nixon had reiter-
ated the American commitments
in respect of Israel's security and
her right to exist within secure
borders.
"THE GOVERNMENT of Is-
rael is prepared, as it has re-
peatedly declared, to strive for a
peace settlement with Jordan.
"Israel, however, has rejected
and will reject the Jordanian de-
mand for an Israeli withdrawal
from the Jordan River as part of
what Jordan terms disengage-
ment of forces.
"Reference to this subject in
the statement by President Ford
and King Hussein does not alter
Israels stand."
Judaic Heritage Society Exhibit
At Americana Draws Spectators
By SEYMOUR IS. I.IKBMAN
At a recent meeting at the
Americana Hotel of numismatists
representing the nations of the
world, the exhil it of the Jewish
Heritage Society drew most of
the spectators in spite of the
competition of a coin insured for
a million dollars.
The Society's display included
commemorative medals covering
Jewish historical figures from
Josephus to Golda Meir and
events such as The Ingathering
of the Exiles.
The Jewish Heritage Society.
Sfid United Nations Plaza, NY.
10017. was founded to create en-
during Judaica and to stimulate
people to adorn their homes
\( [th e\ ss of a mo lern view
of Jewish
The eated by Society
range from medals mounted in
plastic to festival plates designed
by the World-famoi a Chaim
Groaa. These plates are exquis-
ite! ful.
Then there Is The Cup of Ful-
fillment which commemorates Is-
rae 's 25th Anniversary that can
ny table and serves as a
Kiddush cup. The Society has
also struck medals for non-Israeli
personalities and events.
ert Weber, one of the So-
ciety ~ founders, is shown in the
accompan; ing photograph mak-
a December 1973 presenta-
tion the then Vice President
Gei
Einaiiu-El High Holy Day Services
In M.B. Auditori uni For 18th Year
Temple Emanu-El will hold its
High Holy Day services in Miami
Beach Auditorium for the 18th
RABBI IRVING UNRMAN
consecutive year, Beginning Rosh
Hashonah eve, and Dr. Irving
Lehrman will officiate as the
congregation begins its 35th an-
niversary year. The rabbi re-
turned from Israel and Europe
last week.
More than 4.000 persons will
attend the services, with a limit-
ed number of tickets for non-
members still available at the
tern] .e office.
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro,
president of Temple F.manu-El,
noted that the congregation is
far tto large to hold services in
its own large synagogue.
Cantor Zvi Adler will chant
the liturgy throughout the High)
Holy Day services, assisted by
the Temple Emanu-El Choir, un-
der the direction of Israeli com-
pose! i Fershko.
In addition, there will be spe-
cial services for teenagers, ele-
mentary school and pre-school
youngsters conducted at the
synagogue itself. Rabbi Lehrman
said.
Chosen Children Conduct
The Chosen Children, a musi-
cal group of Miami youngsters
well-known in the Miami area,
will conduct late Friday night
services and lead in a musical
program at Aha vat Shalom Con-
gregation. 985 SW 67th Ave., at
8:30 p.m. The public is invited.


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Jacob Cole To Dedicate 20th
Ambulance In Lena's Memory
A 93 year-old Miami Beach res-
ident will dedicate the 20th am-
bulance turned over by South
Florida Jewry since the outbreak
of the Yom Kipnur War in Octo-
ber. 1973. to the Magcn David
Adorn. Israel's official Red Cross
auency. Sunday at 10:30 a.m. at
the Greater Miami Hebrew Aca-
demy. 2400 Pine Tree Dr., Miami
Eeach.
Jacob Cole of 5005 Collins
Ave., Miami Beach, will present
the keys to the ambulance in
memory of his late wife, Lena,
who was an active member of
Har.assah. the Women's Zionist
Organization of America.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal of the Hebrew Acad-
emy, and Samuel Reinhard of
Miami Beach. Florida state
chairman of the American Red
J\ia^en David for Israel, will pre-
side at the dedication ceremonies
which are free and open to the
public. Refreshments will be
served.
Al>o participating will be How-
ard Kaufman, president of the
Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Red Magen David for
Israel, and Gerald Schwartz, vice
president.
Cole moved to the United
Dr. Amar To Be
Installed By M.B.
Dental Society
Dr. Herman Amar will be in-
stalled as president of the Mi-
ami Beach Denta! Society at a
Sept. 23 banquet in the Casa
Santino Restaiiant. His will be
the onlv address at the gala so-
cial affair.
Dr. Amar, a graduate of New
York University, also received
his periodontal training there.
He served as a specialist in the
U.S. Air Force prior to estab-
lishing his practice in Miami
Beach and is a member of the
Florida Society of Peiiodontists
and the Lindsey-Hopkins Clinic
group.
In addition to serving on the
staff of Mount Sinai Hospital,
Dr. Amar is an instructor in oral
pathology and introduction tt
periodontia at Miami -Dade't
School of Oral Hvgiene.
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States from Russia In 1902. and
became a builder and apartment
ho se developer in New York
City. He and his family weie
principal owners of Trans-Carib-
bean Airlines, which was pur-
chased by American Airlines.
Cole, who moved to Miami
Beach nine years ago, is a mem-
ber of B'nai Biith, the Zionist
Organization of America and
Tem;.!e Beih Sholom. He sup-
ports the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, and also finds time
to attend services at Temple
Emanu-E! and the Jacob C. Co-
hen Congregation.
When he lived in Manhattan,
he supported numerous local and
Jewish charities, but says he was
too bus..' with business to be ac-
tive in organizations.
Cole has two sons and two
daughters, seven grandchildren
and eight great-grandchildren,
some of whom will lie on hand
for the dedication cwenwntee,
State headquarters for the
Magen Da- id Adorn i Red Shield
of David i ;ue located at the He-
brew Academy, with David Cole-
man of Miami Beach as state
president of the American Red
Magen David for Israel.
Ambulances such as Cole will
dedicate Sunday cost $9,600 each
and are built by General Motors
to the specifications of the Is-
raeli Red Cross and Army medi-
cal services.
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Orientation and in-service
training tor Beth Tbrah Congre-
gation's facult: will take place
during the coming week. The
teacher's institute will begin on
Monday al 11:30 a.m. and will
continue through Wednesday.
The Mollie Kahaner sisterhood
will host a luncheon in honor of
the teachers during the opening
session.
Dr. Max A. Upschitz, spiritual
leader of the synagogue, and
Rabbi Norman Musman, educa-
tional director, will conduct
workshops in teacher training
for effective teat hing.
The carl.- childhood education
department of the Religious
School will employ Mis. A. El-
fenbein. with Mrs. Carl Zwer-
ner. head teacher. Mrs. I.. Goldin
and Mrs. C. Kumarnsith will
teach in the Sunday School.
The Hebrew School faculty in-
cludes Rev. M. Adler, Mrs. J.
Bergman, Mrs. R. Baltuch, Mrs.
S. Berk, .Miss R. Chames, Mrs.
P. Drazin, E. Feldman, Mrs. M.
Lewis, Mrs. II. Markowitz, Mrs.
P. Mintz, Mis. K. Neeman, S.
Newman, Mrs. L. Steinfink. Uisa
E. Tark. H. Tzim and Mrs. F.
WUdatein.
Registration for both new and
old students is still reinu ac-
cepted in the school office.
Registration At
Temple Beth Kl
Scheduled Sunday

Registration at the religious
school of Temple Beth El will
take place Sunday between 9 a.m.
and noon. Dr. Samuel Z. Jaffe.
Rabbi, has announced. The school
committee anticipates the largest
enrollment in temple history |
this Fall.
The temple will offer a cre-
ative educational program for
kindergarten through confirma
tion. including choir, dramatics,
arts and crafts. The "th, 8th and
9th grades will meet Saturday
morning; kindergarten through
6th grades. Sunday morning,
from 9 to 11:30 a.m.. confirma
tion department (10th grade) will
meet Monday evening from 7 to
9 p.m.
The religious school is accred
ited by the Bureau of Jewish
Education. The musical program
is under the direction of Mr
Irwin Friedman. Rabbi Harvey
M. Rosenfeld is its principal and
Youth Advisor.
Th" midweek Hebrew classes
are scheduled in accordance with
the chronological age of the
child and w U meet on Monday*.
Tt lay and Wednesdays.
th i rowth of member-
ship and the increasing enroll-
ment in the religious school, an
ad:!;: onal period for Bar Bat
Mitzvah instruction has been
scheduled so that all children
may be adequately prepared for
this important milestone in Jew-
ish life.
The Solomon Schechter Day
School of Beth David Congrega-
tion. 7S00 SW 120th St.. an-
nounces the appointment of Mrs.
Marilyn Crocnman to its faculty.
Mrs. Qreenman is a graduate
of Florida International I'niver-
aity and was Involved with Math
and Reading systems as well as
Individualized education at Lee-
woo.) Klementurv School.
Mrs. Greenman, her husband
and their four children and have
lived in Miami tor the past ten
years. She has been active in
CRT. Hadassah and. Sisterhood
locally and in New York. She has
written In Education column
for 'The Guide" newspaper.
The Solomon S.v.echter Day
School continues to accept appli-
cations for a I Isskm to its
"Open t lassroom," for eh.ldren
5 through L2 years ol ace. For
further Information, call Mrs.
e;. Dillaman.
Mrs, Dillaman. director of the
Pre-School of Beth David. Is also
Hanna Senesch Group Meets
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Miami Beach Chapter of Had
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s pt. 3, in the Algiers Hotel with
Ine,; Townsend presiding,
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Coral Gal les City Commissioner
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Workmen's Circle To Hold
55th Annual Conference
\N) of Florida's leading con-
fers for the Democratic nom-
JLn f0r United States Sen-
l\\\ n.idress the Workmen s
.>e banquet at Miami Beach's
Hotel. Sunday, Sept. 1,
:30 p.m.
.,, Gleiberman, regional sec-
bTv announced that speeches
Richard Pettigrew and Dick
highlight the 55th an-
- ithern Conference of the
- Circle, largest JewLsh
Brnal organization in the
fed States, over the three-day
pr Da\ A eekend.
;,, on the agenda will be a
fclhop on organization and
nation chaired by Nat Peskin.
jonal director of organization
he Workmen's Circle.
fcranuel .MuracniK, executive
,1 the Jewish Labor
will make a compre-
,. report on national af-
,:i Sunday. Stephen J. Rem-
i director of Work-
is Circle will report to the
Imply on the past year's
me 2600 members reside in
Bter Miami and make up 10
k of the Circle. There
, three Yiddish speaking
,. 28 meets on the first
Friday evenings at the
Li ial Federal Bank, 755
Ihington Avt.
ranch 692 meets the second
day of each month at 1 p.ra.
Workmen's Circle Build-
[ 25 Washington Ave.
699 meets on the first
Thursday afternoon of each
month at Israelite Center, 3175
SW 25th St., Miami.
The Workmen's Circle also has
seven Knglish speaking branches:
Bianoh 703, Point Fast, meets
the second Tuesday of each
month.
Branch 1041. West Palm
Beach, meets 8 p.m. the last Fri-
day of the month at Palm Beach
Mall.
Branch 106 meets the third
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the
Lauderhill Middle School.
Branch 1050 meets at the First
Federal Bank at Coral Way and
27th Avenue on the second Tues-
day of each month at 8 p.m.
Branch 1059 meets at Nor-
mandy Drive Washington Feder-
al Bank. Miami Beach each third
Saturday at 8 p.m.
Branch 1064 meets at Wash-
ington Federal 167th St. Branch,
North Mia...i Beach, the first
Wednesday of each month at 8
p.m.
Branch 1070 meets at Home
Federal Bank. Young's Circle,
Hollywood, the second Thursday
at 8 p.m.
Each of these branches will re-
port on its activities for the past
year at the weekend conference.
Social festivities for the week-
end include a welcome gathering
for delegates Friday night, a
nightclub party Saturday night,
a cocktail party preceding the
banquet on Sunday evening and
a farewell luncheon on Monday.
ebrew And Related Subjects
night on 3 M-DCC Campuses
Burses in the Hebrew Ian-
be. credit and non-credit,
\i with related subjects on
MA hi-iorv. culture and litera-
will be offered by all three
|pum'- of Miumi-Dade Commu-
College this fall.
I..... will l>e held at both
- ind off-campus la i-
I \ L'6 and
19, M-DCC North's
ram will hold a
II in The Literature
it at Temple
tini Beach.
|es scheduled for Thius-
1 7-9 15 p.:n.
(the same location
v i I v held In
} in I Culture on 1
.:y of the Near
: Si a S
I
I
be offere I by
ii .:.. < let. : i at
North Ml
.'. edm s-
12 noon
lays :
.. Temple Moiio-
i I ri esdays ai d
: 7 10 to l> IS
'.: imi, Tues-
days from 7:30 to
Central Agen-
ucation, 4200
i and
I 18 a.m. to 12
sses ol

of the Down-
ri Campus' Coa-
11 win hold class-
. ittonal Hebrew
I Mondays from 7
r iVeal Miami
1 -: SW 24th St.
1 me Continuing
I'omen, Downtown
pus. will offer a data en-
P1 Judgsm in Historical Per-
?"* *ni,h will bo held at
TtL C*"n"regation, 2625
""it Ave.. Mondays from
9:30 a.m. to 12 noon beginning
Sept. 31.
The Continuing Education Of-
fice of M-DCC North will spon-
sor three classes in Hebrew to
be held from 7 to 9:45 p.m. be-
ginning Sept. 9 at Miami Beach
Senior High School, 2231 Prairie
Ave These are: Beginning Con-
versational Hebrew. Mondays; In-
termediate Conversational He-
brew Tuesdays, and Advanced
Conversational Hebrew, Tburs-
i i.
At M-DCC South. Elementary
Hebrew will be offered for credit
on Mondays, Wednesdays, and
Fridays from 10 to 10:50 a.m.
During the regular fall term
which begins Aug. 26. Also to be
ffered is Literature I the Old
itameni on Mondays and Wed-
nesdays from 11 a.m. to 12:15
rd-Dade North <
two i I lases in mentary He-
brew and two in Inten
Hebrew, Mond lys, lays
i, The '.'
Hebrew Classes are from 9 to
50 and 10 I
The Intermediate Hebrew ses
are the same days, l to 1:50 p.m.
Technion's New
President Plans
S. Florida Visit
The Southern Regional Office
of the American Society for
Technion-Israel In s t i t u t e of
Technology, has announced that
the new president of the Insti-
tute, Gen. Amos Horev, will be
visiting the United States Sept.
9 through Sept. 23, and is cur-
rently scheduled for visits to Mi-
ami and Atlanta during his stay.
Gen. Horev is primarily re-
sponsible for rejuvenating the
Technion, after enormous losses,
both to the student anil teaching
Ixxiies, due to the Yom Kippur
War. Under his supervision,
wooden ramps have been con-
structed for the Hi Rise Center
on campus. These grim remind-
ers of the war have been made
necessary by the considerable
number of paraplegics, resulting
troti- the hostilities.
Major Gen. Horev, who be-
came president of the Technion
in Haifa Oct. 1. 1973, was the
first Israeli-born president in
Technion's history.
A week after he took office
the Yom Kippur War broke out
and he was immediately called
back into army service. For six
weeks, he did vital work as Spe-
cial Assistant to the Deputy
Chief of Staff.
ECD Orientation
Wednesday At 'V
The Early Childhood Day
School of the Jewish Community
Cent.-is of South Florida, plans
a professi nal orientation for its
Staff and other professionals in
the field with emphasis placed on
I ristic education for pre-
schoolers.
The > lentation w ill he held
We Inesda from 9 i m. to n
at the V\I1 IVH V '-' I - St, de Dal ney
Pa ks, Jr. f :'! rida Interna-
tional 1 'niversitj; Abraham Git-
telson, i entri Vgency for Jew-
Is] : Betty Rowen.
diaml and I. icy
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nliig Teacher.
Attendance is by Invitation
, Call the l ientral 'V for

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Friday, August 23,
1974
Labor Zionist Fears Critical Situation Ma\
Spark New Middle East War
ISRAEL S GAT wenBi*.
aeoj
:-Vi, a far-ag aa extraoai*.
Bar.
That s the opuuoo of Joaaofa P.
Zuckermaa. of North Miami
5ach. national representative of
tne IT>1 Labor Zkrs:
lance and nee president of the
Z-oniit Feaerauoc of Florida.
I aa agaaaai an* -;.-steria
and I want to at war
_--- -. -.~ Z,:.-."~-:. :*
riare: .">ere this wvek.
\E\ERTHELE-^
: -. Han i iaat
have thai Russia has been
snppt>m Syri -r.xk massive
rvirdwure.
c aoat advanced aar-
Soviet fighter bomb-
er-, bet a-es: ir>jai-to-ground
onaaakaaai
-
-.* i ariaaai
r-c^je far herself
vince the Aratac and the i
- > r- :*: --?-. ... -=.:. r.
hi the Neat East naaaal by
Aaaartoaa peace pobey was oaljr
a temporary setback for the
1
-THE PRESENT aillBll of
weaponry ia Syr.i .- r-^^ATr-:
A.erica, and estanosn
F.-> ^enortr. .s
aware of the $:r~aaca. aad Joes
?-.''
agai--- ---rirdless of nriwniw
any nation.

to wait or hesitate to ta-:e
err-prive action if aad when -
-

I e a
S na and
- :*f :..* i.-
- week.
-ISRAEL SPEAKS now
-;*r*e voice, to the
Kre-r ka, that ne\er
again wJI she wait for the noose
to be looped around her bome-
laaa and btcnaw the prey i
;._ r-? :esl their afar
t*"u*2 m lavaaf aa&
- -
are
mm to defuse the sit .a-
tioa. he declared. Russ.-i
fomue* are a pack of falsehood,
the qear.r> I Won to
-x proves it.
rhe"f'jrrr.er Jewish Ds>'" ed-
umn>* wan I "the only
sure way of preventing a new
-i.- -.rengthen Israel's de-
fense capacity, not by promises
but action. s:rc? action only can
uanints Ebaaaa thai Israel has
eno hrare to protect her-
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Rabbi Alexander S. Gross (left), principal of The Hebrew
Academy on Miami Beach, accepts a check from Barnett
Bank of Miami Beach president Alan E. Master establishing
c memorial fund in honor of Chuck Hall. The fund, said
Rcbb: Gross, will be called the "Banvett Bank of Miami
Beach-Chuck Hall Memorial Fellowship" and will serve a
double deed." "Not only will it allow an underprivileged
child to attend the Academy who might not otherwise be
able to allord it," said the Rabbi, "but it will also serve to
perpetuate the name of a great man, a great friend of the
community, and in particular a great friend of The Hebrew
demy." The Rabbi said that the late Mayor of Miami
Beach had an especially close relationship with the students
of the Academy. "We know Chuck would be pleased with
'.his hand, because he was a man of deeds and this fel-
lowship is a double deed."
Memorial To Chuck Hall
Created By Israel Bonds
The Mayor Quick Hall Me-
Award has been estab-
i; Slate of Israel Bonds
living memorial to a man
distinguished himself as a
ion of Israel.
In making the announcement,
!.. Slegel, general cam-
chairman of the Greater
: i"l Hond Organization,
said. Through his long and ded-
icated a-sociation with the
Stati it Israel and the Jewish
I Chuck Hall was a
iting (one for the cause of
the people "t Israel and has
him the high honor
he s'i richly merits."
Mayoi Hall, who returned in
June from one of his numerous
to Is ael, was the recipient
1' the Eleanor Roosevelt Hu-
manities Award from State of Is-
ihei Bonds Dec. 26, 1971. He was
a mc iiiher of the Israel Bonds
Minister's Club and an
iry member of the Greater
Miami Israel Bonds board of
governors.
Leonard Luria, chairman of
the advisory committee of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Or-
ganization, announced that the
Mayor Chuck Hall Memorial
Award win be conferred annually
t0 an individual whose excep-
tonal lienevoience and devotion
advancing Israel's progress
nd welfare exemplifies the cru-
sading spirit of the late Mayor
Chuck Hall."
The first presentation will be
made at the Chanukah Festival
for Israel Dec. IS.
The late Mayor Chuck Hall
received the Eleanor Roose-
velt Humanities Award Dec.
26, 1971. Making the presen-
tation on behalf of Sate of
Israel Bonds was Prime
Minister Yitzhak Rabin (left),
then Israel's Ambassador to
the United States.
, JEWISH & SINGLE?
announcing
JEWISH COMPU DATE
sponsored by
South Florida Rabbinical Assembly
For Information Write:
j JEWISH COMPU-DATE \
I ,,-, ATT: J. CD. j
,^1820 N.E. 163rd St.. Suite 208 J., No. Miami Beach. Fla. 33162 .
JWVA Calendar
For Coming Weeks
Thursday, West Miami Ladies
Auxiliary 223 was to hold a
board meeting at Sarah Levine's
home, 10237 SW 24th St. Chair-
men with written reports were
to read them; vice president
Charlotte Mittler was to preside.
Saturday evening the West Mi-
ami Post and Ladies Auxiliary
will have a "Ward Party" at the
Veteran's Hospital. Members will
meet in the lobby at 7:15.
Wednesday. Sept. 4. the
Colonel David Marcus Auxiliary
No. 746 will hold their board and
regular meeting. President
Marge McSherry will preside.
Pompano Beach No. 196 will
hold a meeting Thursday, Sept.
12 in Temple Sholom, 132 SE
11th Ave., Pompano Beach, with
president Rita Saslow presiding.
$15,000 Grant To U-M Will
Support Allergy Program
The Asthmatic Children's
Foundation, which maintains a
Residential Treatment Center in
North Miami Beach, has given a
$15,000 grant to the Department
of Pediatrics at the University of
Miami School of Medicine, in
support of a Pediatric Allergy
Fellowship program, directed by
Meyer B. Marks, M.D.
The Fellows are trained in the
detection, prevention and man-
agement of allergic disorders in
childhood. Kach participant
makes regular visits to the Res-
idential Treatment Center. 1800
NE 168th St.. which cares for 30
youngsters with severe intract-
able asthma.
Films Opening Friday
Films opening Friday at local
Wometco theatres include "Cali-
fornia Split" at the Miracle.
Patio, Twin II-Dadeland, Carlyle.
and Palm Springs I; "Walking
Tall" at the Miami and 27th Ave-
nue; "Big Bad Mama" and the
"The Young Nurses" at the
Town, Coral Way. North Dade
and Davie Blvd.-Ft. Lauderdale.
and "The Lords of Flatbwsh" at
the Carib.
Stop Demanded
To 'Challah' Fraud
J
By Special Report
ALBANY, N.Y. A call to
protect the kosher observant Jew
from being misled by the decep-
tive use of the label, "challah,"
on an egg-bread product was
made by Agudath Israel of Amer-
ica, at a hearing of the Depart-
ment of Agriculture and Markets
held here.
The New York State agency
was considering proposed new re-
quirement that a bread called
"challah" must conform with
Jewish religious law.
DR. BERNARD Fryshman,
vice chairman of the Commission
on Legislation and Civic Action
of Agudath Israel of America,
asked the Agriculture Depart-
ment to expand its proposed reg-
ulations on "challah" to include
not only a requirement for kosh-
er ingredients, but also the de-
mand that the preparation of the
"challah," such as the baker's
utensils, must also conform with
Orthodox Jewish religious law.
In his testimony, which was
well received by the State offi-
cials, the Agudath Israel repre-
sentative expressed that regula-
tions on consumer-protection
against "challah fraud" must, to
be effective, also eliminate the
possibility of using utensils which
were also used for non-kosher
baking, which would automatical-
ly make the product non-kosher.
DR. FRYSHMAN warmly
praised the Department of Agri-
culture and Markets for its ef-
forts to protect the unwary con-
sumer from fraud, especially
when deceptive practice can
cause him to violate his basic
religious faith.
In a statement released after
the hearing. Agudath Israel of
America" declared that New York
State's recognition that the use
of a generic term such as "chal-
lah" implies that the product is
kosher even though the descrip-
tive word "Kosher" does not ap-
pear on the label, is a major for-
ward step in protecting the
kosher-observant Jew from be-
ing deceived by misleading eth-
nic labels.
Sunshine Chapter Party
Sunshine Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, will have a dessert and
card party Tuesday noon in the
Washington Federal Bank Build-
ing, 633 NE 167th Street. North
.Miami Beach. The public is in-
vited. For reservations call Mrs.
Sid Simon.
ELAINE BLOOM FOR
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
DISTRICT 10ODEMOCRAT
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Prepared and paid for by the
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August 28
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Friday, August
HiGH HOLIDAY BONDS DRIVE
Torah Mantle Will Be Given
To Participating Synagogues
A significant religious article
made in Israel as a memorial to
the Israe.is who fell in the Yom
Kippur War will be awarded to
vaiious synagogues in South
Florida for outstanding partici-
pation in a special Israel Bonds
effoit during the forthcoming
High Holidays of Rush Hashanah
and Yom Kippur. according to
Milton M. Parson, executive di-
rector of the Greater Miami Is-
rael Bond Organization.
The award, consisting of a
Torah Mantle bearing a Hebrew
inscription, honors Israelis who
died in the war which broke out
a year ago on the Day of Atone-
ment. The upper part of the
Torah (or cover for the holy
scrolls) bears the seal of the
State of Israel.
Since 1951. when the Israel
Bond drive began, hundreds of
svnagogues have ueen carrying
forward the tradition of
economic support as well as spir-
itual kinship with the people of
Isiael. As in previous years,
synagogues of all three branches
of Judaism Orthodox, Conserv-
ative and Reform will be in
the forefront of the community
effort to strengthen the economic
foundations of Israel.
This year, intensive activity
has been conducted in advance of
the first anniversary of the Yom
Kippur War to rake a maximum
of Israel Bond dollars toward the
post-war economic reconstruc-
tion of Israel.
"Israel's hopes for peace are
linked in a large mature to the
capacity of its people to mam-
tain and expand its economic
The finished Torah Mantle
bears a Hebrew inscription
commemorating the Israeli
soldiers who fell in defense
of Israel during the Yom Kip-
pur War.
strength," Parson noted. "For
tiiis reason our efforts on behalf
of the Israel Bond campaign are
of the highest importance both
from the point of view of ad-
vancing the development of the
country as well as enabling it to
achieve a fair and lasting peace
settlement."
Emphasizing the kev role of
the rabbis and lav leaders of con-
gregations in the Israel Bond
campaign to help restore the
momentum of Israel's economic
progress, Parson said- tha* the
main thrust of the drive has
teen in the enrollment of
"Shomrei i'israel" t Guardians of
Israel), individuals or families
that purchase $1,000 or more in
Israel Bonds.
"Through the special efforts
for Israel Bonds on this anniver-
sary of the Yom Kippur War,
South Florida's congregation
will be helping to provide Israal
with the financial means to build
and expand industries, increase
the area for cultivation, con-
struct roads, electric power fa-
cilities and communications, and
further develop the country's
trade and commerce.'' he said.
"Only through this kind of all-
embracing economic revitaliza-
tion can Israel create the employ-
ment opportunities for the tens
ef thousands.of immigrants com-
ing in from the Soviet Union and
other countries," he added.
Israel has an enormous defense
budget of $3.5 billion, an increase
of approximately 500 per cent
since 1966, which absorbs ap-
proximately 33 per cent of its
state budget. As a result, the
amount of money available for
economic development and other
national purposes has been de-
pleted.
"The people of Israel must
therefore look to the Jewish com-
munities of the free world for
practically all of the develop-
ment funds which are of such
crucial and decisive imjKirtance
at this time," Parson declared.
.Miami Beach Optometrist Named
TO AOA Hedicaid-Medicare Team
ST. LOUIS. Mo. A Miami
Beach optometrist. Dr. Frederick
Eergman of 1238 Washington
Ave.. has been appointed as a
member of the American Opto-
metrie Association's project team
on Medicaid and Medicare, by
the organization's president, Dr.
B. J. Shannon of Mauston, Wis.
The AOA project team on
Medicaid and Medicare is con-
cerned with efforts to include the
examination, diagnosis and treat-
ment of all conditions of the
Vision system within the cover-
age of these two federal health
Care programs for the poor and
the aged.
The 18,750-member American
Optometric Association repre-
sents the nation's largest vision
care profession and is headquar-
tered in St. Louis, Mo.
Dr. Bergman is the state pres-
ident of the professional associa-
tion of 600 optometrists who
practice in Florida.
DR. FREDERICK BERGMAN
Rabbi Schiff To Serve As Cantor
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. director
of chaplaincy of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation and ex-
ecutive vice president of the
Rabbinical Association of Great-
er Miami, has been engaged as
cantor for the High Holy Days
by the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy.
Rabbi Alexander S. Grass,
principal of the Hebrew Acade-
my, wiil officiate at the services.
Announcement of Rabbi
Schiff's acceptance was made by
Irving Firtel, president, and
George Kimmel, chairman of the
board of the Hebrew Academy.
Rabbi Schiff has had extensive
formal training as a cantor and
at Beth Kl he served both as
rabbi and cantor for many years.
Holiday Hospitality Begins With Yuban Premium Coffee
Extra special holiday dinners
and extra nice holiday guests de-
serve the finest. That's why ex-
tra smart hostesses serve Yuban
. the "Simcha" coffee. Yuban's
the premium coffee from General
Fix.ds. The coffee with a distinc-
t.ve rich flavor that comes from
prime, sun-ripened Colombian
Leans. One sip and you'll know
why it's the "Simcha" coffee.
Whether you choose Regular
or Instant, you can be sure every-
one will ask for a second cup.
So make sure your holiday shop-
ping list includes Yuban. And
during the coming New Year,
make every occasion a "Simcha"
by serving it regularly.
Judah Segal Among 11 Graduates
Of CJFWF Program In New P^
NEW YORK Judah Segal,
a Miamian. was among the first
11 graduates of the new Federa-
tion Executive Recruitment and
Education Program (FEREP' of
the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds who
were recc ntly piaced in 10 Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds, ac-
cording to Samuel J. Silberman,
chairman of the CJFWF's Per-
sonnel Services Committee.
Placed in such uiverse major
Jewries Community Federations
as Pittsburgh. Baltimore. St.
Louis, Toronto, Cincinnati, Dal-
la.-. Paterson. Cleveland. Hart-
ford and Central New Jersey, the
graduate social workers will
bring to their new posts "an ex-
tra dimension in training that
skillfully combines graduate so-
cial work studies ami conjunc-
tive Jewish studies and practical
application for Jewish Federa-
tions.
"These eleven men and women,
especially chosen for their schol-
arship awards, were selected."
Mr. Silberman stated, "not only
for their high personal standards
and intellectual capacity but be-
cause of their positive Jewish
commitment and involvement in
Jewish affairs. They were the
first group of young graduates
who committed themselves to the
Jewish federation field before
they entered their graduate
studies."
In announcing the names of
the 11 new professionals in the
Federation field. Mr. Silberman
> nil! |
stated that their careers i
watched, as well as thn"
will be following then-T
next few years, with 'JL j
terest and anticipation
The new FF.RKP I)ro
conceived by the I'JKWFrtJ
Study several years apo to?
her a combination of ^
grants and loan- to j
and women seeking to
themselves for long-time'
with Jewish Federation a
United States and (/anaca.
Open to students with
lor or Master
lions may be made I
P. Levensohn. Director of |
sonnel Services of the q,
of Jewish Federation and
fare Funds. 815 Park a.i
South. New York City, w
Applications for inclusion ni
fourth year of the m
which begins with the 19fti
demic year-, should be nadt]
later than this January.
The CJF is the associatia.
central community organm!
Federations, Welfare
Community Councils sot
800 Jewish communities a|
I'nited States and Canaal
aids these communities to
bili/e maximum support forj
I'JA and other overseas agei
as well as for major natinnaiL
local services involving finanol
planning and operating
welfare, cultural, eriucau
community relations ml
programs benefitting all
dents.
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Moshe Mizrahi
Valedictorian
At Graduation
Moshe Mizrahi, a resident of
North Miami Reach, served as
the Valedictorian at the recent
graduation of the annual Sum-
mer Teacher Training College
and Seminar which involved 150
Hebrew day school teachers from
some 100 Hebrew day schools m
North America.
S[>onsored by Torah lineso-
rah, the National Society for He-
brew Day Schools, the 23rd an-
nual summer seminar for He-
brew day school teaching per-
sonnel offered a series of sem-
inars and lectures given by top
level educators drawn from Is-
raeli and American School8.
In his address to the summer
seminar graduates, Mr. Mizrahi,
who is now in the senior year at
the Rabbinical College of Telshe
in Cleveland. Ohio, highlighted
the contribution of Hebrew day
school personnel who work in the
smaller Jewish communities and
indicated the high level of spir-
itual achievement and profes-
sional enrichment resulting from
an educational involvement with
day school children in communi-
ties away from the Eastern Sea-
board.
Bader To Head Selevan's
Campaign For House Seat
Harold Bader, president of
Harold Bader and Associates,
Inc., a Miami-based marketing,
advertising and public relations
firm, will head the campaign of
Jill Sclevan, Democratic candi-
date for the District 108 seat in
Florida's House of Representa-
tives.
Miss Selevan. a 24-year resi-
dent of Dajle Conty, has been ac-
tive in political and civic cam-
paigns, in this area. She holds
degrees in government, sociology
and psychology.
Benito Esquenaii Susan Braidman
Scoff Schwortz
SISA.N BRAIDMAN
Susan Lee, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth C. Braidman,
6300 SW 14th St.. will celebrate
her Bat Mitzvah Friday, Aug. 23,
at Temple Or Olom.
Susan is an eighth grade stu-
at West Miami Junior High
School, and is a member of the
USY at Temple Or Olom. She
will continue her religious edu-
dent at Weal Miami Junior High
School of Jewish Studies.
In honor of the occasion, the
celebrant's parents will host the
Oneg Shabbat. Among the guests
will be her giandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. Seymour Dolsky of Mi-
ami Beach, and her aunt, Mrs.
Robert Mankoff of Buffalo, N If.
Her paternal grandparents, Mr.
ami Mrs. Hyman Braidman of
Los Angeles, Calif, will be unable
to attend.
DARKIN AND TODD <.1U< K
Darrin and Todd. sons of Mr.
and Mrs. Melvin Greek, will ob-
serve their Bar Mitzvahs Satur-
day morning, Aug. 24, at Beth
Torah Congregation.
The celebrants are students at
Beth Torah's Harold Wolk Reli-
gious School and attend John F.
Kennedy Junior High School.
Both have been on the hasket-
bal' and baseball All-Star Teams.
Mr ami Mrs. Greek will spon-
sor the Kiddush following the
services in their sons' honor, and
host a reception celebrating the
occasion Saturday evening at the
Sky Lake Country Club. The
guests win include their grand-
father, Nathan Greek of Surf-
side.
BENITO KSQlKNAZr
Benito Esquenazi, son at
and Mrs. Jose EsqueaBi i
come a Bar Mitzvah
Menorah, Sam: lay
Aug. 24.
Benito is an eighth FaJ
dent at Nautilus Junior
School.
In celebration 'if the M
there will be a reci
luncheon at toe DeaiWJUea^
9-
SCOTT s( HWAlB
Scott Edward, son :
Mrs. Gerald Schwartl I
called to the Torah a* a.
Mitzvah Saturday, AW
Temple Or Olom.
The celebrant, an eighth W
student at West Ma
High School, is a men
Scout Troop 237. He
ily recently returned fwnsj
where he had his Aliysn
Western Wall, and he I*J]
continue his religiou*
through Confirmation.
In addition to the Kiddj*
lowing the services. Scot
ents will host a receptJ]
honor at Temple Or Olornjj
day night. Among the gt .
be his grandmother, an-
Bayer, and his "';"%
cousins. Dr. and Mrs-
Schwartz and family. I"""
nix, Ariz.
BriiSodr$erftsleele^J
G. Holmes Braddork ^
elected to the Pade ,
School Board in IWj,
served as its vice chair^
chairman, is running to
Uon to his District 4 P*


- August 23. 1974
+Jewil) flirhrUnn
Page 7-B
Dr. Moshe Davis To Visit
Local Leaders Next Week
, of the world's foremost
I i > eonwmpwwy Jew-
;,,i American Jewisn
. >,,-;,( Davis bf Hi !
\ ofJewsalem,
,ni Beach Wednes-
, fhursday (Aug. 28 and
th top loaders of
,; Miami JtwWi com-
i the local chapter of
Friends of the He-
Ity.
. i irmer provost of
f | Theological Seminary
Imerica, ilso "ill help Intro-
[ book, "The Yom Kip-
i i rai l and the Jewish
lie>- which is baing publish-
| with his visil by
affiliate of The

, is the head of the
I ; temporary Jewry
brew University of Je-
leave 1978-75, and
larch professor in American
lb History of the Jewish
t'o::c.ii Seminary of Amer-
In the latter post he also is
fctor of the American Jewish
pry Center in Israel operated
minary.
is vice president of the
kriean Jewish Historical So-
and editor of the society's
|de to Ann'iica-Holy Land
' published jointly with
Institute of Contemporary
iained a rabhi by the Jewish
o'ical Seminary of America
t42, he was praduated from
hbia University and later
led his doctorate from the
rew University.
Davis served as editor of
pe book on the Yom Kippur
, which is copyrighted by the
fcnte of Contemporary Jewry
Hebrew University. Is-
ls first and largest university.
Ie of the chapters in the
' features an article by Dan-
|Si:i;jer. a student at the
Iter Miami Hebrew Academy
|was in Isnrl al the outbreak
he war in October. 1973. t >
prate hi- Bar Mitzvah in Is-
PROf. MOSHt DAVIS
Young Singer visited with Rab-
bi Alexander S. Gross, principal
of the Hebrew Academy then on
Sabbatical in Jerusalem, and
volunteered to join thousands of
American Jewish youths in home-
front activities for an Israel sud-
denly attacked by Syria and
Egypt.
Dr. Davis also will meet in Mi-
ami Beach with Dr. Irving Lehr-
man. with whom he has worked
closely in preparing various his-
tories of the South Florida Jew-
ish communitv.
Seagram's V.O.
Favorite Toast
I he first Canadian. V.O. by
Se i 'am. has become the fa-
vorite toast to the New Year in
many Jewish homes. Maybe
thafa because V.O. is in a class
by itself among Canadian
whiskies.
Seagram's V.O. has been popu-
lar worldwide since 1837 then
as now the epitome of excellence
and uncompromising quality. Its
mellow smoothness and lightness
defy comparison.
So when you say "L'Chayim"
for 5735, say it with Seagram's
V.O. THE Canadian. There's
nothing more festive!
HERE A CONDOMIN'UM OR APARTMENT HOUSE WHICH
DID LIKE ITS OWN RABBI? IF SO, PLEASE LET ME KNOW.
Write
RABBI S.C., P.O. BOX 2973, MIAMI, FLA. 33101
LIVE ON MIAMI BEACH
FOR
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OPEN DAILY 10-6 PHONE 947-9978
GREATER MIAMI REALTY. INC.
EXCLUSIVE SALES AGENTS .
We will accept your property in trod*
Anywhere in America_________
NORTHERN
FISH MARKET
6899 N.E. 15th Avenue, N. Miami Beach, Florida
\ Phone 944-6375
All mm HOLIDAY NEEDS-STRICTLY KOSHER
FISH SOLD-WE GRIND YOUR FISH
WE WILL BE CLOSED ROSH HASHONAH,
KSDAY, SEPT. 17th and WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18th
UNDER SUPERVISION OF RABBI DOV BIDNICK
Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim is
chairmen of the Council of
Presidents, which is com-
prised of the heads of a large
number of major Jewish
women's organizations. She
and hsr assistant, Mrs. Sol
Landau vice chairman, will
welcome all members of the
Council to a "Get Ac-
quainted" luncheon spon-
sored by the Women's Divi-
sion of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation at the
Federation Building, 200 Bis-
cayne Blvd., Tuesday noon.
New Gourmet Restaurant
Opens In Coral Gables
A new fjourmet restaurant
open for lunch and dinner, with
a moderate price structure, is
now on tha Coral Gables scene
It's Ealbazar's, former site of
the Flick Coffee House, at 5813
Pot-.ce Do Leon Blvd.
Co-owners a'e Ruddy De Lisa.
a former executive with the
Mouse Trap chain, and Mike
Blacker, an attorney. Consulting
chef is Francois Metraux, a
graduate of the Lausanne School
of Hotel Management and re-
cently with the Xandau in Free-
port.
EXPERIENCED ISRAELI
PAPER-HAMSfR AND PAINTER
For ten roll jobs. One roll free, no
charge. Reasonable prices. 24 Hour
Answering: 861-6689.
CLERK TYPIST
$125.00
FIVE DAY WEEK
DOWNTOWN LOCATION
All Replies Confidential
WRITE MR. C.T.,
BOX 01-2973
MIAMI 33101
CANTOR
WANTED
Small conservative syn-
agogue in southwest Mi-
ami requires services of
Cantor for High Holy
Days. Call 266-1375 or
266-2400.
ACCOUNTING CLERK
MUST BE GOOD
TYPIST
5-DAY WEEK-$125
H.W., Box 01-2973
Miami, Fla. 33101
ELAINE BLOOM FOR
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
DISTRICT 100-DEMOCRAT
E1AIS1E B1&OM SHE
GETS THINGS
DONE!
Prcniinxl and paid for by the
Committee to Elect Elaine Bloom
". Remarkable writing, staging, producing and performing talent
Huddy, Herald.
BECOMING
Fri.-Sat., Auq. 23, 24. 30. 31. 8:30 p.m.
PLAYERS THEATRE, 3280 S. Miami Avenue
Tickets 55.00 at Spec's Music. Bookfair, Purple Lion
Reservations 6650783
TEMPLE BETH MOSHE
2225 N.E. 121st ST., NORTH MIAMI
(Broad Causeway to North Bayshore Dr., 2 blocks south to
NE 121st St., turn right >2 block)
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES to be held at
BAY HARBOR THFATRE September 17, 18, 26
Registration for POP'EL RELIGIOUS SCHOOL is now taking place
at Temple office weekdays 9-5, Sunday to Noon.
MEMBERSHIP IS INVITED
HOLIDAY SEATS SOLD TO NON-MEMBERS
Call Temple Office for Information 891-5508.
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel Jules Einhorn, Educational Director
GRAND
OPENING
KOSHER I
MEAT CENTER
1550 N.E. 165th Street
North Miaiini Beach,
Florida
Phone 949-9581
Beginning Tuesday, August 27th, wiil sell fresh and frozen
packaged meats and poultry under the Supervision of the
ORC (Orthodox Rabbinical Council of Greater Miami).
MASHGIACH TEMIDI ON PREMISES. Place your Rosh Ha-
shonah orders early. Highest quality and reasonably
priced Featuring Empire chickens and 999 Delicatessen.
Free Delivery The only meat store in Miami under ORC
Supervision.
"All meat sold by Kosher Meat Center of North
Miami Beach containing the seal of the ORC of
Greater Miami is prepared under our constant
supervision and is deveined, soaked and salted
in accordance with Jewish law and is ready for
cooking."
ORTHODOX RABBINICAL
COUNCIL OF GREATER MIAMI
Rahhi David Lehrfield,
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NF STRENGTHENS ISRAEL
nun! Banquet Honors
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lc Dannenbsrg, Rabbi David
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2sv W. Kogan, Chairman
[De:::." ?:es. JNF of Greater
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Schwarz, Mentz, Co-Chairman Women for JNF; Mr.
irina Lehr- Isaac Dannenberg, Honoree Kneseth Israel
iFreiria To- Annual Banquet, Mr. Igor Schultz, Honoree
Hrr.orees Temple Beth Raphael Annual Banquet, Can-
Mrs. Ioczac tor Saul H. Breeh, Chairman Hi-Rise & Con-
Raphael gregation Activities.
loree Kne- Absent from Picture: Mr. Irving Greene <
Mrs. Sarah Horowitz, Honorees Forte Towers
|W. Kogan. Annual Banquet; Mr. and Mrs. Nat Fried-
yDs:: man, Honorees 100 Lincoln Road Annual
Emanuel Banquet.
ents JNF Award of Honor to Irving Greene
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I of Greater Miami Plan Activities for JNF
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sultant; Aharon Ben Aharon, Aryeh Roke-
ach, Teachjsrs; Rita Gold. Administrator;
Suzanne Silverberg, Chairman of Commer-
cial Dept. of Miami Dade Community Col-
lege. 8/23-30
JNF-Temple Beth Raphael Annual Banquet honors Mr. & Mrs. Igor Schultz
Left to Right: Dr. Isaac Unterman, Mr. Mac
Nutkowitz, Vice Pres. Temple Beth Raphael;
Mr. Sam Cohen, President Temple Beth Ra-
phael; Mr. & Mrs. Igor Schultz receiving JNF
Award of Honor; Judge Zev W. Kogan, Pres.
JNF Southern Region; Rabbi David Raab.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh, Chairman JNF Hi-Rise
and Congregation Activities and Mr. Ber-
nard Fox, Ritual Chairman Temple Beth,
Raphael.
Rabbi Lehrman Presents JNF Awa d of Honor to Leonard Zilbert
at JNF-Temple Emanu-El Inaugural Luncheon
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JNF Southern Region; Mr. Sam Pasco?,.
Luncheon Chairman; Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
Chairman JNF Foundation; Mr. & Mrs. Leon-
ard Zilbert, Honorees; Hen. Jay Deimer,
Pies. JNF Greater Miami, and Master of Ce-
remonies, Mr. Myron Cohen, Financial Sec-
retary of Temple Emanu-El.
Hon. Richard Stone, Secretary of State of Florida, Guest Speaker at JNF Governor's Ball
Left to Right: Hon. Jay Dermer, Pres. JNF Zev. W. Kogan, Pres. JNF Southern Region;
Greater Miami; Abraham Grunhut, vice Moe Levin, Chairman Big Gifts; Morns New-
Pres. JNF Greater Miami; Hon. Richard mark, Pres. Histadrut Greater Miami.
Stone, Secretary of State of Florida; Judge ft^-*..
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Jewish National Fund of America; Mrs. Rich-
ard Schwarz, Chairman Women for JNF;
General Mordecai Gur, Mrs. Burton Levy,
Hon. Jay Dermer, Pres. JNF Greater Miami;
Mrs. Jay Dermer, Mr. Abram Salomon. Exec-
utive Vice Pres. JNF of America; Dr. Aroa \
Weinberger, Foundation Chairman JNF of
America. J
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Chairman JNF Executive Board,
congratulates Mayshie Friedberg for his dedication to JNF
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Alexis Tobias And Alan P. Hecht
United In Marriage At Beth Torah
- Hope Tobias and Alan Trrr.. North Miami Beach. She
Hecht were united in mar- received her education at Miami
. Sunday, Aug. 18. at Beth Norland Senior High School and
Northeastern University School
of Nursing, where she graduated
in June.
The bridegroom, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Hecht of New.
ton Center. Mass.. graduated
from Brookline Senior nigh
School and Boston University
and is currently employed as a
real estate property manager
while working toward his Mas-
ter's decree in business at Bos-
ton College.
The bride selected a prin-
cess line dress with chapel train
of peau de soie embroidered with
seed pearls for her wedding. Her
Came.ot cap held a chapel length
veil and she cariied an arrange-
ment of white roses on a Bible.
The honor attendants wore the
couple's sisters. Wyn Tobias and
Joann Zaiger; Bonnie Tobias, an-
other of thr bride's sisters,
Philippa Simon and Shelley Tay-
lor were bridesmaids. The bride-
groom's brother-in-law. Richard
Zaiger, was his best man.
Richard Schultz, Jeffrey Allen.
Philip Brudner and David Brez-
niak userhed.
After a week-long honeymoon
in Montego bay, Jamaica, the
couple will return to Brookline.
Mass.. to make their home.
/MRS. ALAN P. HKHT
S nagogue. Rabbi Max
itz c inducted the fi:30 p.m.
reremony. A reception for the
. followed at the Aven-
I Country Club.
bride, a registered nurse
yed at Brooks Hospi-
kline, Mass.. is the
,ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
Tolias. 1815 NE 197th
George Simon, who endowed
c scholarship foundation in
m e m o r y of his late wife,
Clara, enabling the young-
sters of Temple Ner Tamid to
participate in various en-
ments and pilgrimages,
is shown with Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz, who extended the
thanks of the congregation.
Maxwell House Coffee ... A
Tradition For Generations
betl e r way to say
- nah Tovah" than with a
- steaming cup of Max-
ise Coffee? This fine
* from General Poods has
"ii a popular bevecage in
ei in fact, certified
kos ei Maxwell House Coffee
een enjoyed In Jewish
- and at Jew Ish holi-
rs for over 50 years!
gerve Instant or
Maxwell House, you're
Bured of coffee that's
the last drop." It's the
satisfying end to any
V tinner. Be sure you have
on hand this year for holi-
taining.
Honey Rubin Announces Her
Candidacy For Committee
Honey Anne (Mrs. sld) Rubin,
las announced her candidacy for
Democratic Executive Commit-
tal of Hade County from District
21, (Leve- 27Bt.
' Rubin is second vice presi-
dent of the South Beach Club of
the Concerned Democrats, mem-
her of the Concerned Democrats
' litical Action Commit
tee, past recording secretary of
the Regular Progressive Demo-
cratic Club, former member of
Kscayne Democratic Club and
Israel Congregation. She
has ^n active in community af-
fairs for five 0f the six years she
^ lived in Miami Beach.
Maxim... The One
Holiday Coffee
Maxim Ls the one frec;:e-dried
coffee that "perked coffee" may-
vins rave about all year long.
That's why it's the ONE coffee
you should serve during the Holi-
days.
Maxim is full of fresh-brewed
flavor because it actually
STARTS as fresh-pcrked coffee.
Then Maxim Ls fast-frozen into
big dark chunks with all the de-
licious coffee goodness "locked
in."
All you do is adii boiling water
to -reactivate" it.s fantastic
flavor. What's more, because
Maxim is brewed full flavor,
you'll find you need less than a
teaspoon for each c ip you make.
For coffee that truly measures
up to the quality of your home-
mule holiday delicacies, be cer-
tain you serve kosher freeze-
dried Maxim Coffeethe perked
coffe. mayvin's favorite.
Drug Abuse Expert Speaker
For Men's Club Meeting
The Men's Club of Congrega-
tion B'nai Raphael will hold the
first in a series of open meetings
for all members of the Sister-
hood, Men's Club and congrega-
tion and their families Sunday,
Sept. s, beginning at s p.m..
Andv Waldstein, president, has
announced. A compliment srj
buffet supper will l>e served fol-
lowing the program.
Lt. Alan R. Richards, the
guest speaker, will discuss
-What We Are Doing About
Drug Abuse." Lt. Richards, head
of the Dnde County Narcotics
Investigation Bureau, has been
an instructor on the subject 01
Narcotics. Vies and Organized
Crime" at Miami Dade Com-
munity College since 19.0. and
has testified before the State
Senate, Sen. Claude Peppers
Drug Abuse Committee. Sen.
Abraham Ribicoffs Narcotics
Abuse Committee- and Dade
County's Grand Jury.
APPOINTED John Elko has
been appointed show co-ordina-
tor for Berke Displays, Inc.. Mi-
ami's oldest and largest design,
exhibit and convention services
firm, company president-found-
er Arthur Berke said. Elko joined
Berke after serving two years as
show supervisor for Manncraft
Exhibit Service.
MRS. MICHAEL SINGER
Ellen Argintar,
Michael Singer
Married Sunday
e/
Elk-n Ruth Argintar and
Michael Singer were married
Sunday, Aug. IS. at the Barce-
lona Hotel. Rabbi Norman
Shapiro officiated at the noon-
time ceremonies; a reception for
the couple followed at the hotel.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Eli N. Argintar. 5810 SW
16th St.. is a graduate of Miami
Coral Park Senior High School
ami the University of Florida.
where She received a Bachelor of j
Arts degree in education. She j
WU a member of Phi Kappa Phi ,
and Alpha Lambda Delta honor j
societies.
The bridegr om, son of Mr. j
and Mrs. Leo Singer. 4700 SW
S9th PI., graduated from South-
west Miami Senior High S
tin- University of Florida an;-.
Florida International Unive
A member of Tau Epsilon Phi
fraternity, he is now an account
ant associated with Hoitz anc
Co.
The bridal party include.
Susan \ Goodman, matron o
hi ii; Ph -Ilia Argintar, maid of
honor: Mika Narkes, Viek
Singer and Susan Kurtz, brides-
maids; Marty Fleischman, best
man. and ushers Kenneth Good
man. Avi Narkes, Ed Goldstein
and Steve Rozynes.
Sweet Uiisalted
Mazola Margarine
For Fresh Taste
During the holiday week, when
you want a margarine that's
keener, parve, sweet (with m
salt added), and low in saturated
fats, too what you buy?
If you're a smart homemakor.
you go straight to the margariro
Section in your market and pick
out Sweet Cnsalted Mazola. It's
good with dairy, good with meat
and It's good for you because it's
made with golden corn oil. so it's
low ;n saturated fats.
What's more. Sweet Cnsalted
Mazola is also ideal for cooking.
It won't burn at normal frying
temperatures of 300 degrees to
350 degrees, like butter and most
other margarines do.
Here's a delicious recipe you
c*n try with Sweet Cnsalted
Mazola.
DAIRY TZIMMES
1 pound Sunsweet prunes
1 cups boiling water
1 cup farfel
1 teaspoon Diamond Crystal
salt
2 tables :mons lemon juice
'.:i cup honey
4 tablespoons Sweet Cnsalted
Mazola Margarine
Wash the prunes and soak in
water for 1 hour. Bring to a boil
and add the farfel. salt, lemon
juice, honey and margarine.
Place mixture in baking dish.
Cover and ba oven 45 minutes, removing the
cover for the last 15 minutes.
Seives 6.
Candi Schneider, Clifford Rosen
Exchange Vows In Memphis, Tenn.
Candi Leigh Schneider and
Clifford D, Rosen exchanged
their maniage vows in a 6:30
p.m. ceremony conducted by
Rabbi A. Becker Sunday, Aug.
18, in the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.eo
Schneider of Memphis. Tenn.
The new Mrs. Kosen. a gradu-
ate of White Station High
School, attended The University
of Oklahoma and Is presently en-
rolled at the University of Mi-
ami, where she is on the Dean's
List
For her wedding the bride se-
lected a gown of white English
net and Venice lace designed by
Cristo of Galina featuring an
Empire waist and Victorian
neckline, accented with a misty
illusion veil edced In matching
Venice lace. Her bouquet was a
bridal arnngemont of roses and
stejhanotis.
The bridegroom, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Norman S. Rosen. 3680
Battersea Rd.. Coconut Grow,
graduated from Coral Gables
High School and attended the
University of Oklahoma. He is
presently associated with a local
real estate firm, where he serves
as a salesman in the property
management division.
Wendi Schneider, the bride'
J
MRS. CLIFfORD D. ROSIN
sister, was her only attendant.
Randal] B. Coverman served as
best man.
After a reception held for the
newlyweds at the Ridgeway
Country Club in Memphis, they
left for a hone.moon in New Or-
leans La. They will live at 6900
N Kendall Dr. upon their return
to Miami.
LANDOW
TORAH CENTER
12th STREET CORNER ALTON ROAD
M'AMI BEACH, FLORIDA 33139
Phone 532-6366
Auaust 20, 1974
2 Elul, 5734
Dear Parents,
We are offering now a superior educational ^ortoni.y for
vour child in the new pr.vate school LANDOW YESHIVA
CENTER, OHOLEI TORAH SCHOOL, offering classes from nursery
through 9th grade.
We are especially pleased to announce that our English De-
partment will be under the direction and supervis.cn of South
Florida s foremost educator DR. FIONA MCQUEEN Professor
of Elementary Education, University of Miami and a former
Prmcipal of large elementary school The bas.s for keeping he
evel of our secular education will be through standardized
-owa Basics testing and standards set by the University of
Miami. Based on prior experience, our students are on the
hiahest percentiles according to natonal norms and when trans-
ferring lo schools of higher learning are privileged to be on an
advanced learning level.
Our Hebrew Studies program offers the unique combination
of a young dedicated staff of the highest calibre inculcating a
living and learning program in all Hebrew subjects.
Each of our classes has a maximum ratio of 20 students to
1 teacher enabling us to offer individualized attention to every
student.
A fully rounded Physical Education Program for all students,
utilizinq the resources of Flamingo Park which is directly across
the school, will be directed by JOHN GIORDONNO, foremost
Physical Education Instructor in South Florida.
The new LANDOW YESHIVA CENTER offers a newly com-
pleted modern $2,000,000 facility which includes air-condition-
ed classrooms, sc;ence lab., library, lunchroom, ore-school de-
partment, etc.
Bus service and lunch programs will be available.
In the next year we will add a fully accredi'ed high school.
Presently the Yeshiva Godolah (Rabbinical College) post high
school is available for registration next door to the LANDOW
YESHIVA CENTER.
Our registrar will be available daily from Monday, August 26,
through Monday, September 2 (Labor Day), 12:00 noon thru
2:00 P.M. and 7:30 P.M. thru 9:30 P.M. at the new building
12th and Alton Road.
We invite you to register your child and all information regard-
ing the school will be available.
Very sincerely*
RABBI SHOLOM D. LIPSKAR
Dean


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Lay. August 23. 1974
+Jewist nor Mian
Page 13-B
Question Box
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
I
iVhv are tlicre two benedic-
t|BM tint ire recited at a -lew-
. ;r, UOM i-iiM cerwnon.v?
nrit practice is that
I, -iition is recited
the one who per-
\ imdsion) and the
. .is pronounced by the
E he boy who is being
L : ;
- e first benediction extols
I who "commanded
I g circumcision." The
|, idiction extols the Al-
ommanded us to
the covenant of
. ither."
i for requiring two
liife ent benedictions is
. number of different
lim that two benedie-
:... !,...ied because a Jew-
uncision is com-
listinct acts i.e.,
I off of the outer skin
V ; itting down and fold-
I the inner skin t.Mig-
- rim that the first
ip tea to the me-
erformance while the
to the achieve-
; is gained thereby ,
lii'.. ib I
to those who claim
|hat the benediction applies
' :al act of circumcision
lECAl NOTICE
PTH J'JO'C.AL CIRCUIT IN AND
l-J'- DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 74-3955
- .- i,|
HATLIN
I IS "1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
A ..n.I All Peraona
| ... | >,.][.iri'ls
gn i( Said BauU:
tied and required
da ms and demand*
u n i) h ivc against the sa-
lts ciiATi.fN. deoeaaad
* ,f '' I" County. Florida, to the
\ I Dade County and
lupllcate and ae pro-
Florida Stat-
es In the County
Dade County, Florida,
I .I montha from the
' -' publii atlon hereof
II be barred
I Florida, iliis List
F> \ 1> 1..74
v C 8CHAFER
v i: utrlx
"t this notice on
ViMuat, t'.Tt
' DAVIS
I Morris Chatlln
luiUHng
Street
'
I 179-M i i
I
NOTICE UNDER
. CJ TIOUS NAME LAW
1 IS HKREBY OIVEN that
L '' dealring to encase In
! ui i-i the flctltioua namea ..f
J '' HJ KRSIKICATIONS; KINO
I"' .':A l;s K I V C MAIL:
I mm .-rs. KlNom) IN-
I lade County, intend to
tiaawa with the Clerk of
| j rouii ..urt of D,d, County.
- SMOCHBT
I SlliiCHET
______8/M-M 9 111-13
l"l1TN Cl"r,CU,'T COURT OF THE
Ao cial circuit OF
fLORlOA IN AND FOR
re. AAOE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
lt,.^0. 74-23557
"," ?|<>/ PUBLICATION
So IT FOR DISSOLUTION
BDn.. T' MARRIAGE
I IRIAOE OP
KAJ,
02BB8 DA8ZKAL,
nd Drive
i
WeW York
1 miiflad that n Pe-
lutlon ..i Marriasi
you, and you are
ur An-
Petition for
-,1.....lace ...i the Petl-
, KENNETH S RE-
Road r.u Idinn,
. Florida
ft inanrer or P
i lh< I lerk of the
on or bafora the ntta
"; II you tall to do
i I demanded In
Wortda tins tsui
BRINKER,
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9 16-13
while the second applies to the
concern, the cost and the effort
in a Hanging the ceremony.
It is also stated that while the
act alone, js a/#pinplished hj/ the
cutting, the father has a further
task i.e., to enter his son into
the covenental fold established
by Abraham. This certainly re-
quires more than a physical
motion.
What becomes obvious from
most teasons offered is that a
Circumcision is indeed much
mine than a surgical skill. It
signifies the tremendous re-
sponsibility that rests upon the
father to establish his son as a
connecting link in the long chain
of Jewish heritage
Why is it that the benedic-
tion of "Shehet-heeyoiiu" is
not pronounced at u circumci-
sion ceremony."
This benediction which is clas-
sically referred to as "Birchat
ha-Z'man" i.e.. the benediction
that comes at the beginning of
an act performed or enjoyed at
a new season, requires the occa-
Since a circumcision does not
have a special season there is no
place for this benediction (Rab-
benu Nissim Sukkah, Ch. 4).
Others claim that the reason
for omitting this benediction is
that jt requires a mood of com-
fort and happiness. The circum-
cized infant is in pain and suffer-
ing so that the benediction would
thus be out of order.
Still others claim that the
benediction is omitted because a
child doesn't pass the dangerous
stage of infancy before thirty
days. Since the child is still in
danger the benediction is not
timely.
It is also stated that the act
of circumcision is one in which a
number of people share, i.e., the
father, the mother, the Mohel
and thus it would be inappropri-
ate for any one of them to do it
alone.
It should actually be known,
however, that Sephardic Jews do
pronounce this blessing at a cir-
cumcision ceremony because
Maimonides actually stated that
one should do so. Many places
in Isiael do likewise.
sion to follow a seasonal pattern.
Why does Jewish tradition
consider the first seven days
after the marriage as a spe-
cial week for bride and
groom?
The rabbis seem to derive this
from two sources in the Bible.
One source is the story of Jacob
and Laban where Laban tells Ja-
cob to fill out tire period of seven
after Jacob married Leah (Gen-
esis). The other is the story of
Samson who journeyed to the
land of the Philistines where he
took himself a bride and cele-
brated for seven days.
Among traditional Jews a feast
is made each day for the couple
when there are new visitors pres-
ent and the nuptial blessings ar|
repeated each day. Generally
speaking, some compare this
seven-day period to the seven day
holiday period of Passover and
Succoth. The first week of mar-
riage is like a holiday for the
bride and groom.
Some contrast it with the seven
days of mourning called shivah.
Apparently every intensely emo-
tional experience requires a full
week to allow the individual to
adjust to his new status whether
it is as a mourner or marriage
celebrant, or a celebrant of a joy-
ous holiday. .
Why is it that at the wed-
ding feast two cups of wine
are used at the end of the
meal?
Actually the end of the wed-
ding feast requires two activities.
One activity is .t,o offer t^e
Grace after meals thanking the
Almighty for the food which has
been consumed. This is required
of any meal and is recited over a
cup of wine. The second activity
is the recitation of the nuptial
blessings which thank the Al-
mighty for the happy occasion.
Since these are two distinct
obligations, two different cups of
wine are used, thus giving each
activity its own special attention.
\\ hv is a divorced woman
not allowed to marry for a
period of ninety days after
the divorce?
The reason for this is a very
practical one. The woman might
have become pregnant from the
first husband. Without such a
waiting period one could have
gome doubt as to who is the fa-
ther of the child. Thus the wait-
ing period allows a clarification
that thrsfjext child would nor-
mally be the child of the second
husband
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Page 14-B
Jewistiflorid for
Friday, August
23, 1974
LEGAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAl NOTKE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to
In business under (he fictitious name
of NORTH DADR CHIROPRACTIC
CENTER at 14801 \V. Dixie Highway.
Miami. Fl. 33161 intends to register
said name with the Cierk of the Cir-
cuit turt of nail* County, Florida.
DK. JO El. 1.. HEYMAN
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of six MORTGAGE CO at 1497 N.W.
7th Street, Miami. Florida intend
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Sun Mortgage Investment Corp.
By \*r K IMaskoff. President
David M. GonshnK
Attorney for owner
1407 X W. 7th Street. Miami. F'-.\
8 2-H-16-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the^_undcrsigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious names
of PRECISION BENDING MFG.,
PRECISION BENDINti MANUFAC-
TURING, and PRECISION'BENDING
MANUFACTURING company, at
I486 Alton Itoad. Miami Reach. Flor-
ida Intends to regie'er said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
I. & M PI.IMHING Sri'Pl.Y. INC.
SIMOX. HAYS & GRUNDWERQ
Attorneys for
I- & M PLUMBING SUPPLY. IXC.
fins Alnslev Building
Miami Florida 33132
1 :-'.'-16-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CASE NO. 74-27633
NOTICE TO DEFEND
Tn Re The Marriage Of
MICHAEL SACCENTI.
Hushand-netltioner. And.
Theresa Saccentl.
Wife-Respondent
YOU, THERESA SACCENTI. whose
realdenoe Is unknown, are hereby no-
tified that Michael Saccentl has
a petition for marriage dissolution in
this Court and that you ire required
to file your answer response or plead-
ing thereto, with the Clerk 01 this
Court, and to serve a cony thereof,
Ul>on Joseph C. 1 missel. '>?'$ X\V 7th
Avenue. Miami. Florida 33150, your
husband's attorney on or about Ocl
1. 1974. otherwise a Default will be
entered against you by the Circuit
Judge.
Dated: AUK, 7. 1974
RICHARD P RRIXKER
Clerk. ClrcuM <" >urt
By: B. J FOY. DC.
s'9-16-23-3rt
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 FEQUIERE
Husband,
MARUS FEQUIERE.
Wife.
YOU. MARIE FEQUIERE, WJ-tl 45
Road, Bayslde Queens, New York
required to file your answer to the
petition for d ol marriage
with the Clei he Cou
servi h copy thereof upon tn.- peti-
ti.....is atti rne3. Hei man '
i 822 B.W. E Miami P
Ida, on or befi re 8 r 1", 1974,
or elf e petition w n b >nfesae I
i \ ugusi 7. 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk, C ult C .rt
By B
i iii
j,i-:i ? .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIllOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKEUY GIVEN that
the undersign) i. desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
3THRN ASSOCIATES at L17B N.E
IJSth Street, North Miami, Florida.
Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
County, Florida.
A Partnership Between
STUART .1 STERN
AND
ELEANOR STFRN
.v 2-9-16-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-4753
In RE estate or
; II I LAN HOOVER.
D.....seed
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
're i Ml, PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OP SAID
DECEDENT
You are hereby notified that a writ-
ten instrument purporting to be the
last will and testament of said deca-
dent has been admitted to probate in
said Court. You are hereby com-
manded within six calendar months
from the date of the first puh'icatinn
of this notice to appear In said Court
and show cause, if any you can. whv
the action of said Court in admitting.
said will to probate should not stand
unrevoked.
JUDGE JOHN R BT .ANTON
Circuit Court Judge
RICHARD P BRINKER. Clerk
By CORNELL Robinson
Denuty Clerk
KURT WELLI8CH. Attorney at Law
Attorney for GILBERT MAP.BEY.
Bxecutor of Estate of LILLIAN
HO" >YER. Deceased.
';; Almerln Avenue. Suit- 2'")-E
Cora! Gables, Florida S3184
First publication of this notice on
the th .lay of August. l:<74
8/9-16-2:1-3.1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICiAL C'RCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74.1409
Tn RE: Estate of
S.'.von TE* PEKBEEG. i < a
S1MOA TEPPEKBEEu.
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Al Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate
You are hereby notified and r mir-
ed to present any claims and d-mands
Which you may have against the es-
tate of SIMON TEPPERBER'L a'k/a
Sl.MOA TEPPERBERC decease! late
of Dade County. Florida, to the Cir-
cuit Judges of Dade County, and file
the same in duplicate and as provided
in Section 733.16. Florida Statutes. In
their offices In the County Courthouse
in Dade County Florida, within four
alendar months from the time of the
firs*, publication hereof, or the same
wi'l be barred.
Filed at Miami, Florida, this 12th
day of Aug.. A I> 1974
VALERIE SCHRAMM
Ai Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the Hith day f August. 1974
LTON B ZBMEL, ESQUIRE
Attorney for Estate
II, ii<6 N.E 19th A>
North Miami Beach, Florida 33162
s
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hereby given thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
iti business under ths f ARIC
of Home ci.ru at 43S8 S W. >th
Street Miami. Florida...... re-
gister said name with the Clerk of
the circuit court of Dade County,
Florida
EUGENIC- ANOITI o
B M-i 0 916-13
IN "THE CIRCUIT COURTH OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
PROBATE DIV'SION
PROBATE NO. 74.-5239
In Re: Estate of
ROSE FRICHTMAN
d< lased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and \ Pei
claims or Demands As.
Estate:
You are hereby notlfli I and
ed to present any claims ind di
which you may have against
tate of ROSE FRUCHTM IiN '
ceased late of Dad.- County
to the Circuit Judges of Ds le
and (lie the sam.' In duolli ate u I is
provided in Section 7::" >;. Florida
Statutes, In their offices In the County
Courthouse in Dade County,
within four calendar months from the
time of 'he first publlcat I
or the same will he barred
Pate.I at Miami. Florida this 16th
.lay of August. AD 1974
ASHTON WORN
As Executor
Firt publication of tins tlce on
the 23rd day of August, 1974
I.EON A. EPSTEIN
Attorney for estate
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Heach. Florid i "" '
e 28-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersign, d, deslrlne, to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of SOUTH SHORE DEVELOPMENT
ASSOCIATES at 157S West 49th
Street, Hlaleah Florida Intend to
register said came with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
JACK A RON
STUART BERNSTE'N 59*
9 (3-30 /!-!
NO-ICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SFRV.CE
(NO PROPERTY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD-CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE CO'. NTY
CIVIL ACTICN NO -;."
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARR AGE
IN RE: Till"
GIOVANNI FCRN
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HEDWIG '
Wife
TO: Hedt
Draki I
V. Roch.
V ARE
lion for 1 -
you an '.\
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tinner, whosi *
Bti ml fil
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ANOELO A A LI
Bu te 400, Rol rig
2S W< -i Fl
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Attorney for petti
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NOTICE UNOES
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
n ; ;s HEREBY ;" !N
the in ige. in
m tin *. tltl us am
. FREMON H 5221 We-
: Floi 140 ln-
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.. circull Court of D ule
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MORI FREMON. INC.
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___________^^^^^ -39 9'6
NOTICE O- ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERV CB
(NO PROPERTYi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIBC'-.-
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNT"
CIV'L ACTION NO 74.
ACT.ON rCP D'SSOL'.TION
OF MARRIAGE
......

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.l\ EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious rame
SJS ASSOCIATES at 184 West-
ward Drive. Miami Springs. Fl
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ST1ART BERNSTEIN
JACK HI RSTI.NER
SAL'L MAXDEI.L
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN mat
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of Marc COMPANY (Not Incorpo-
rated) at 14U"1 S.W. 8th Stre,-t. Miami.
Ida 33136 intend to regist.-r said
name with the Clerk ,,f the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Fl r da
Teresa Cambert Trustee25%
Alfredo I. Plccone- -2{ .
Clro Armelllr 2( -
Max ; i !'< i -28 t
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FICTITIOUS NAME UAW
NOTICE is HEREBi f!
the undersign, uta |n
business undei
PEDRO MORT 2581
East Mh Ave., Hlaleah Florida in-
tends to regisl th
Clerk of the Circuit Courl of
County. Flo-Id
PEDRO HERNAN1
8/16-23-30 9/S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME UAW
N< 3 H EH EH
: .
Ii r the ficlltl
f M V.STER v Kl DING SBRVIC
" W. 103rd Sir. St, Miami, t
Id i Ii tend to regii ,me with
the Clerk of the c)r. uit Court of
Dade County. Flor
DAVID RIJA
8/16-23-30 9/6
IN THE CIRCUIT COJRT OF THE
1^TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY FUORIDA
NO. 74-J
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVIS ON
NOTICE BY PUBL.CATI0N
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FLO'MDV IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY
C\ '_ ACTION NO. 74 ?3oi3
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION


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MIAMI. Fl
Attorney for Petitioner
8/16-23-30 9/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY c.iVE.N that
the undersigned desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
141 H''ll DING at 3041 X VY 7th
Street Miami F intend
t> register said name with the cierk
' tl-..- circuit dun of Dade I' unty.
Florida.
FRANKLIN 1> KREUTZER
MEYER M HUM i 1ANT
roSEPH V GELPI BR,
FRANK! IN I) KREL'TZ
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"GAl NOTICt
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NO. 74-20831
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
In re the marriage of
i:.\ tBARA ANN S1PPLE.
petitioner,
and
KENNY I'.AY SlPPl.E.
Respondent.
TV KENNY RAY SII'PI.E
, ,. mason BULLEN
rE NO, I
POPLARVILLE, Mississippi
VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai v action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
\. ,ii. required to serrc a copy of
your written lefenses, if any, to it on
. ,..;i,v. LOUIS OLAZER, attorney for Petl-
Sj .i lion -r. whose address li 11711 BiscAjrne
Boulevard .North Miami, Florida, and
file Me original with the Clerk of the
I ourl on or before Au-
.. 1974 otherwise a judgment
may be entered against yo for the
demanded in the complaint or
petit
WITNESS m> hand a I Mie seal of
-:. 1 court at Miami. Florida, on this
'._: i da] of July. 1!>74
RICH A HO P HKINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: I. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
7 N 8'2-9-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74.49S4
FRANK B. DOWLING
ir. RE: Estate of
THEARTHUR HARR B
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Ci iditors and vi. Persons Hav-
.: CIs m ir Demands Against Said
Estate:
YOU ar- hei i itlfled and r.-quir-
i present any laims and demands
which you maj have agalnsl the es-
tate of THEARTHUR HARRIS de-
ll Ds le County Florida,
I Circull Judges of Dade County.
ind file the same In duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
- itutei ifl ei in the < lounty
1 le !' County. Florida.
four calendar months from the
n..- the first publication her, >f. or
in a III be barred
Filed at Miami. Florida, this lltfa
I ly of August a D "'7'
rose HARRIS
As Administratrix
Flrsl publication of this notice on
tl day nf August, i?74.
I [ONE! I. TCl.IN
\ > 'or Rose Harris.
Administratrix
1717 Van Buren srreet
ivo id Florid .
l/ti-St
NOTiCt UNDER ~~~~"
FiCTITlOU* NAME Liu,
NOTICE is HEREBY (iTvX
the_ uuderslgned. deslrii '.'' t!--
In business under tl.
Of CANDLE-LITE
eslrlng t,,
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uttitt
or CANDLE-LITE \\ v:u- na"H
Hud Road Miami. Florida m,*.1.7*
tend to register said i ,L ifS '"
Clerk of the Circull i u- ''hU>,
County. Florids of Ojidj
BEATRICE BRODIR
8USZANNE BRi
M^K;.nnr,"',,":'"! !
By: Edward E Levh
Attorneys for Appli,
llrickell Executh. i
142S Brlckell Avenue
Miami, Florida 33131
'-16-11
IE CIRCUIT COURT-, OB Tu.
ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN AND rap 0F
N THE
ELEVEN
-RIDA IN AND
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-4573
(JUDGE DOWLINGl
In Re: Estate ol
VVll I IAM CHALEK.
'ir* eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All
Ing Claims or Dainandi
Estate:
You are hereby notll
ed to present any laune ai
which you may have ag
tat. of WILLIAM CH
ceased late of Dade Cou
to the Circuit Judges

and file the same In dun
provided in Section :
Statutes, in their offk'l
Courthouse in Dad.- Cou
wiihin four calendar moi


time of the first publican
oi i to same will be ban
Dated at Miami. Florida
day of August A D. 1974
LEE i HALEK
As Administratrix C T A
First publication of
the 23rd dai Of AugUBl "I
SIMON. HAYS GRUNDWERG
By: M<>si:s .1 ORUNDW EK'l
Attorne) for Adminlstrati i Ctj
i Alnsle) Building
Miami Florida .
1/13-N
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0C THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUMTV
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.23000
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAC.E
IN RE: THE MARRIACF
JEAN1NE UEALURL'N FRANCOIS,
\\ |fe, Petitioner
and
CLERMENT FRANCOIS
Husband. ReWHNldei
TO CI Elt.MEXT FRAN
Columbus Drive
Fre.iiorl. (irand B
Yol ARE HEREBY V
that an action for Dtsaolu if Mir-
riagr has been filed aga nsi 'u and
you are required to serve a COPT Of
your written defenses If any, to it OS
DANIEL RETTEK. attornes
tloner, whose address in ._--*
BIdg.. Ill N E Jnd A. III
Honda 33132. and file th
With the clerk of the
court on or before Sept '.'' "74 oth-
erwise a default will i
against you lor the relief .ir-maniied
in the complaint or oal
This notice shall be publi*hed mn
each weeli for four con- u' \- w4exs
in THE JEW18H FLORID1AN
WITNESS m* hand vl of
said coun at Miami, Fl Qw
th da] if August "'Ti
RICHARD P
As Cli :. Circull
Dad i u
B) i: M K.-
Is Deputy *
(Circull Curt S
l i\i!,i. RBTTER ESQ1
ding
Mlam i loi
Atl rney for Pel .::one-

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NOTICE OF AT- '
CONSTRUCTIVE ?'--^viCE
INO PrtOPE* T
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF -HE
ELEVENTH IU CIC! AL C I RCL IT
OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION .
ACT,ON c0R DISSOLUTION
Of v -^Rr/\GE
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Attorney for p
8/lS-i3-30 9/
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE serv :e
(NO PROPERTY
IN THE CIRCUIT C0UPT 0- "HE
ELEVTNTH JUDICIAL C
FLORIDA. IN AND FO^
DADE COUN-Y
CIVIL ACTION NO. 7-
ACTION FOR DISS.'U.'iON
OF MARRIAGE
'v RE "'ii.
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NOTICE I.- HEI!

In buslne: under tl is '
of SCIENTIFIC OPTK *
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side. Fl.nid:. Ml54, Intet i
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MORRIS FRIES .!
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Friday, August 23, 1974
AW/** Mrrfdrrrtr
Page tS-B
Obituaries
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKE
PRITIKIN
, h EPSTEIN, passed iv Aug.
u, ,' ii',' from Cnlcagn js years ago,
,ed hv husband Theodore.
, George. Houston, ehll-
r> | .,,-,! and Robert, N, Bay
Urandchlldrcn. Tom and
o,,,v Melselman, Unda Osboi
I, v. Joan, Diana, Kauiy
Prltlhln She wai .i oast
Temple lerael Slater-
r Mil neapolls, President or
v -ouncll of .'.-wish Woman
, Miami, Charter Member
. i ,. -.. lent of Steven Wise
Hadaesah. l,.v NUmber of
tuxlllary of Mt, Sinai --
. ,:,- i if, Member of Tenrnle
. .,,-!,.,l of Greater Mlam
. held Wednesday at
. is i-ii Interment at
. M. morlal Park.
CCHEN. flmi n, 76. I Miami Beach.
FEUDMAN, Abraham, 76, of Miami
lllasherg
FIEBWAN, TlllU of Miami Beach.
;:,. of Miami Beai h
Mark Curtl, :,; of Miami.
A=; "80N, Mark. T-. of Miami
. side
CARSON, H< card, 19. of North
ce.tChman. iraac, II, of Miami
; ..,. h Nea man
\. man
f*ceer. tleorgi. t;:. formerly of
!:, ,,-h Riverakd*
feldzmen. Charlea, 71, Of Miami
- Ri m B6 of Coral Qablaa
tennenl Mount Nebo.
. Pauline, IS, of North
\i Riverside
hantman. Jack. :.'. <>f North
Hi ... h N'i man
lev V : i 11 ol Miami Beai h.
R06ENBUUM, Ethel, 62, of North
M .,'. Rivet side,
,. e raub. Harry, II, of Miami
za'c- -.. of Miami Beach,
e-ERR'NG. ll v. -' M, I ( Miami
ii mi'.' Moul Nabo
w-*V
rtftSONAUZED MEMORIALS
CUSTOM CRAFTBD
in otm workshop
44*0921- 444-0922
3279 S.W. St* ST.. MIAMI
&wmt@kpd
ntvii* ui M itatb
Mtfll PAUIHS M THI UU
865-2353
720 Synly Firrt Sir**!
I Mm Cntf Drfe*
iMWtaal
4 GiHiiATioMi Of tnyiet
Cemetery.
HOLLANDER, Samuel H 81. of
Miami Reach. Riverside.
KEPKE. Solomon, 68, I North
Miami Bea< h Riverside
marder Joaeph j ,.( North
Miami Beach Riverside
MELASKY, Frances, 78, of Miami
B< a< ii Blasberg
STANDER. Rita U of Mlam
Beach. Riverside
fhank. Caroline R
n, a< h i..-. eralde.
Kasden. ..ui-. U, of Miami Beach
Blarberg
LEVINE, Hyman. IS, Baj Harbor
Is amis. Rlversldi
ROSENBAND. Ml rls, i f Miami
I leach RB era d<
SILVERMAN, Dave, 75, Of Miami
I ll ., I R -i,ii
AMIGO. .1, seph, &5 i i Mian:; Beach.
I vitt
davis. David a :.. of Miami
Reach, Rlversldi
DEITCH. Sam. 64, of Miami Beach.
Blabbers:.
forest. Jacob, T7,
Rlveraidi
frank. Carry, 7",.
Rlvi rslde,
H'MELSTEIN. Sid
Ileai Ii Kiv. rslde
BROWN. Nathan Alii n, 77, of Miami
lordi ii Interment Mi ant Ni I k
i '. metery
COHEN. H< rman. Sf>, Of Miami
springs Gordon
kitain. Hyman Joeph, 67. of Miami
Beach Gordon.
mandell. Lottie. 65, of North
Miami Rlvi r
NEWMAN. O. rite M .
ii, aeh Riverside
ODESSKr. Mi,iris. 53,
Riverside
Stolberg. Morris, -1
i tea* ii kirdoti
mondres. Joseph, 76,
Beach R vi dt
ORDMAN. Maurice, 76,
Miami Beai h New man.
SILVERMAN. Lena B 74. of Miami
Bet Rlvt raids
WEINER. Roae, 71, Of Miami Reach.
K.\ eralde
Memorial Chapel
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10CAU AND OUT OF STATfl
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of Miami Beai Ii
f Mlam: Beach,
I v, 71. of Miami
7, Of Miami
of Miami.
. of Miami
,,f Miami
,,f North
friendship...
means someone cares
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
Sf.ing the Je*.sh Comirunity since 1938
ORTHOOOH
CONSERVATIVE
REFORM SERVICES
Eminuti Gordon (19461 Ike Goidon
Hairy Goidon I I9t>4i laniei B Gomon
Telepnont 373 5533

GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Optn [very Day Closed Sabbath
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 266-2888
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LEGAL NOTKE
>J THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-23606
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
V RE: THE MARRIAGE OP
ERNO.N DAVIS.
Petitioner,
vs.
IANCY DAVIS,
Respondent.
. : NANCY DAVIS
Residence Unknown
YiT NANCY DAVIS, Respondent,
RE HEREBY NOTIFIED TO FILE
,.ur written reaponea to this action
,i dlaaolutlon "f marrlaire, with the
lerk of the above Court, and serve
. ops upon Petitioner's Attorneya,
ON ZA.MI-T A BMITH, Suite IK,
a squill Dixie Hlshwas, CV>ral Oa-
... i", i i 33146, "ii or before the
7th day of Sept 1171. else the Pe-
,,,,, ; |, ... n ill .wan inae "ill
taken ed
DATED M'G !". I7I.
RICH \RD r BR1NKER
Bj T D DEIOADO
|.,i,'in Clerk
, nit i '-ui S, al' .
i i, hi d ii- "' '"
WISH PLORIDIAN^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO. 67-7C33
NOTICE OF SUIT
[ADELINE GIUENIBR.
Pi tltloner
.'ERNAND GRBNIBSB,
Respondent ,...,..
to: PERNAND GRENIER
II BON PXSTI.l'R
I AVAL fITY 1M1_.
MONTREAL. CA N A OA
TOCreRNA.NI) GRENIER. are
,JSy notified that *&** J2
Permanent Custody has been ttna
cm you. and you are required to
SrvS a copy o Ans,vhrpe
Sildlng to said py" %, ;
,U|OB#r-i attorney. Ronald I -. I >-' :
Omn PA41" Biscayne nuimmp
; Klaaler Street Miami. Florida
ISIS* Phone: DMA M* "g *
/-.^.r^th-jtwis'.VF,^
IDDONE AND mS&A'W'
Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
H>: a J FOY
I>ei>uty Clark
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-1382
J. GWYNN PARKER
IN RE ESTATE OF
SAMl'EL WEINTRAUB
THE PTATK OF FLORIDA:
NOTICE OF PKOBATE
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF S.WP DECEDENT.
You are hereby notified that a writ-
ten Inatrument purporting to hi- the
last will and testament of said dece-
dent has beet admitted to probate in
said Court. You are hereby command-
ed within m\ calendar months from
tin date of the first publication of
On- notice i" appear In laid Court
and thi w ausi I n) you ran. why
Ihi action of said Court In admitting
said will to probate should not stand
unri voked
J, GWYNN PARKER
r< nil I iurl .I'idire
RICH.' RD P BRINKER. Clerk
Bj NADINE S JENNIX08
uts Clerk
Myert Kaplan, Porter. Levinson
\- Kenin
Bj CARL E u B8TMAN
Attornov
Bull 7'"'. 1128 Brlckell Ave.
First publication of this notice on
the 2nd day of August, 19741
J/2-9-16-21
IN 1ME CIRCUIT -OURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUC'C'AL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DAPE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-22977
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
ALBERTO JULIO FRION1,
Pi tltloner,
\ s
Jl.\N\ MARIA HIDALGO FRIONI,
Respondent.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO I" .11 ANA MARIA HIDALGO
FRIONI Respondent, Alvarei Jnpie
t-'T-. i > ,t IC, Buenoa Aires. Argen-
tina, ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED To
Fll v. your written response to this
on for dissolution of marriage with
the Clerk of the above Court, and
serve a copj upoi Petitioner's Attor-
neys, \"ON ZAMFT \.- SMITH. Suits
4K. 120 South I>i.\i,' Highway, Coral
Gables, Florida SS146, on or before
i ,t .'"ih day of Bept 1974, else the
Pi tition fur Dlssolutli n of Marriage
will be taken as confeseed,
DATED An: 9, 1974
RICHARD 1' DRINKER
By: I.. 8 DePIETRO
i.....utj Clerk
(Circuit Curt Seal)
K 16-23 JO I i,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
th, undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under Hie fictitious Mam, of
Itv OEORfJE al Weal 2Srd Strnet,
Hlaleah, Florida Xjnifl Intends lo t.-,r-
Igter said name with ihe Clerk of the
, ,.r.i i'.mi-- ii Mi.i i'iiiiicv Florlrta.
CESAR FASHIONS OF MIAMI. INC
s m-j:i-^n t fi
IN THF C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH lUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
J. GWYNN PARKER
PROBATE NO. 74-5077
In RE: Ksiat- of
JOSEPH OABB.
deceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
Estate:
fOU are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of JOSEPH GABE, deceaaed
late of Dado County. Florida, to the
Circuit Judgea of Dade County, and
file the same iii duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida stat-
utes. In their offices in the County
Courthouse m Dade County. Florida,
within four calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof.
or the same will ho barred.
Piled al Miami Florida, tins lltn
day of August. AD. 11>74.
MARK i-N" GABE
SEYMOUR J. SIMON
As Executors
First uul : i- iotli i :i
ihe 16th da> of August. I9H
SIMON, HAYS .v GRUNDM BRO
r.Y MOSES .1 ORUNDM ERG
Atlorne> for i Exi cul it e
6i N \lnsli | Building,
Miami. Florida S3I32
NOTICE UNriER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRHBt OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t" engage
in iiuslneaa under the fictltloui name
,,( | ITRE AUTO REBUIl DERS al
H ,... s t> l1 T trace, Miami. Floi
Ida 33157 Intends to register said
nan,, a th the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad< County, Honda.
TREVOR CHEN
, .- \ '7 Ave.
I RICHARD JACOBS
Mtomi v for Applicant
::.....>.....r'- Btt,KM"" 11-18.30 1/6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO 74-21877
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N ] ERNEST CELLARS
Husband,
and
G1RI EY M SELLARS.
Wife
YOU, GIRLEY M SELI Alts. Route
3, Hirndon Road. Durham. North
Carolina, are required to file your
answer to the petition for dissolution
"f marriage with the Clerk of the
abovt cant and serve copy thereof
Unon Ihe petitioner's attorney. Her-
man Cohen, Bee 622 S.W 1st Street,
Miami. Florida 33180. on or before
September 12, 1974. or else petition
will be < i nfessed
Date: Aua 2, 1974,
RICHARD P. RRIXKER
' lerk. circuit Court
B] WILLIE BRADSHAW JR.
Deputy Clerk
H 16-23-30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 74-22019
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE; The Marrlaae of
'YNTHIA I SEABORN.
r, tltloner,
and
THOMAS N, SEABORN,
Respondent
TO: Sp-4 THOMAS N SEABORN
:62-62-7425
Ii Co 32nd Signal Bn.
N,w York N",-w York 09757
VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action (or Dissolution ,,f Mar-
rlagi has been filed against \,,u. and
you 1 Bgulred to serve a copy of
your written defenaes t,, it. if nny
you have, on V, ROBERT CARLISLE.
Vttornes for the Petitioner al ins ad-
dress: 299 Alhambra Circle, Coral Ga-
bles, Florida 33134. on or before 'he
llth day of Sept., 1974, and file the
original with the Clerk of this Court,
either before service on Petitioner's
attorney, or Immediately thereafter:
ntherwlsi a default "ill be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the Petition
WITNESS my hand ami the seal ,,f '|-i
this C, ui 1 "ii Aug. 1, 1974
Richard P, BRINKER
.,. Clerk of the Circuit Court
Bj R. M KISSEE
Deputy ci.rk
I '1-in-:;:!-sn
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 72-6300
IN RB: KSTATK OF
SAMUEL FLEISHER. a/k a
SAMUEL S FLEISHER, a/k7a
S.8 FLEISHER
Deceaaed
CITATION (Publication)
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO: 1 II.! IAN I.U'"W.SKY
|-,1 Sea Sin it
Qulncy, Massachusetts 0J169
GERTRUDE KI.KISHKR
:?:i Sea Street, Apartment
No :M
Qulncy, Massachusetts nji69
and all other persons concerned:
Vm are herebj notified that a pe-
tition ha- been filed in aald Court
, raying for APPOINTMENT OF
GUARDIAN AD L1TEM AND FOR
DETERMINATION OF BENEFIt I-
ARIES and you are herebj required
to flu your written defenses thereto
within thlrtj dayi afti r the first pub-
lication or POBting hereof, all,I 11 "
a copy thereol in..... petitioner's at-
torney, whose name and address are:
SHAPIRO FRIED. WEIL* SCHEER,
11,7 Lincoln Road. Suite I0B, Miami
Beach. Fli i da 33189 It you fail to do
.-,,. judgment in.!, 'a antered In due
, i.ui -, upon th( petition,
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of saiii Court ai Miami, Dade County,
Florida thin 13th day of Augual. 1974.
I.l. HARD P BRINKER, Clerk
H\ : NADINE s JENNINGS
1 leputy Clerk
First published or posted on August
ls l,M- ,6-23-36 9 0
that
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
vi ITICE IS HEREBY OI\ BN
'l undersigned, deslrlna to engage
in business under ihi fictitious names
: m \kti\ MOVERS: MARTIN
MOVING CO.; MARTIN STORAGE
CO : MARTIN TRANSFER: MAR
TIN'S I OCAL A- IONO DISTANCE
MOVING CO at 1P342 N \V. 27th Ave .
v am i I 13147, Intends to register
said names with the Clerk of the Clr-
ni curt of pad, County Florida,
HOWARD MARTIN
I 9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in holiness under the fictitious name
i.i' Mice International Corporation of
Miami at Suite 416. 444 Brlckell Ave-
nue Miami. Florida intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
FINANCIAL ASSOCIATES. INC.
OF MIAMI
By: PAIL SHIFMAN
As President
i*\iliv '. '.|.;i,i;. KOGAN
and KORNItl.l'M
Attorneys for FINANCIAL
ASSOCIATES. INC. S 23-30 916-13
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNT"
CIVIL ACTION NO 74-22281
l\ RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
DIANA V p.i.i.MA-. Petitioner
""' i ,
AKTt'R" IG1 ESIAS, Respondent
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
Arturo Igiesias
Bdlflclo Slerrayso] Penthouse
Call* C lurlmare
Col I nan d< I i ll' Monte
you "are hereby notified
thai an action for Dissolution t Mar-
ring, h.,- bei n filed against you ana
you an required to servi a cop> i f
your written def< use- if any. to It "ii
ADOI.FO KOSS attorne; for Pe;
tinner, whose i \> 11
Avenue. Mlam I orida 126: I "'
S24-4&5 and file the original with
the clerk ol the above styled court on
, before Sepl 18, 1974; otherwise a
... faull will he entered against you lor
I ,. ,,.,, di manded In the complaint
orTS|s notice -hail be published ooce
each week for four consecutive weeua
In THE JEWISH FUORIDIAN
WITNESS my land and the si
si-,1 court at Miami. Florida on
^'^Vil^uVp'iiRlNKKR
As Clerk Circuit < <>urt
I lade County. Horida
Bj B .1 FOY
As Deputy clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Adoifo Koss. Eaoulre
101 N.W, 11 Avenue
Miami. Florida 3I1M (t34M>
Attorney for PaUtioner ^ |S jr,.,0
,1 of
this
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY OlYKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ANNS CORSET COVE at 1760
Miami Gardens Drive. Sky i-akc Mall
Shopping Center. North Miami Reach.
Florida intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
,,f Da.U- County, Florida.
CORSET COVE. INC.
BY: SHIRLEY HARTF1ELD
President
AINSLEE It FERD1B ,
Attornej for i OKSu.1 ''"v IN'
llav-
Sanl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ihe undersigned desiring t" engage
, buslnea. ai 6921 N.W. M Avenue.
Baj f Hlaleah Gardens. P^rida un-
der Ihe fictitious name of Hh.Kl.K l\
MERCHANDISING mi.mis 'o register
the said ".mo With the I lerk of the
Circuit Court of Hade County. Fltinda.
![ \n; KN'i'KKPKISl-.. INC.
SHAPIRO, FRIED, WWL BCHBBR
Attorneya at Law
4n7 Uncoln Road -Suite la-II
Miami Beach, Florida I^-M ^
1------------" NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN tha-
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious I.Hm. 01
YICCANTA IMPORTS at 17410 N E
12th Court. North Miami M, ach. Flor-
ida Intends to register said name
with the (lerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.____
KMIIJO GOLDSTEIN
d.'b'a VICCANTA IMPORTS
BREOER SCHREIBER
Attorneys for *";,lt_u_M ,
.,-, i r.t IrtCOlT COURT IN AND
for dade county, Florida
IN probate divs on
NO. 74-5048 (Parker)
[n RE: Estate of
BENJAMIN li M\ ER8.
I,.-, i a.-, d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cn dtiors and All Pi rson
Ing Cls.nls or Demands Against
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to l : esi ai anj claims and ,i, m
win. ii you ma) have again-1 the es-
iiiu ... BENJAMIN ll MABRfl de-
l-eased late of Dade County, t toriaa,
to th. Circuit Court. ProbaU Division
and til.- the same In duplh ate and ns
previoed in Section 783.16. Henna
Statutes, in then oitics m the County
courthouse iii Dade County, Florida.
within four calendar months from tne
i ,, oi in. first publication hereof,
or th. sam< will be haired.
Dated nl Miami. Florida, this 1t.th
,!,,> ,,| AUgUat. A n 1;4.....
in VI l.is s MYERS
\s Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the Lard day ol August, 1!'74.
HARRIS *- 81RK1N, P A.
Attorn, v foi Executrix
r.iii Fli or i '-oi, k, deral Bids.
Miami. Florida 33131 ^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersign, d. desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of CASTLE CREATIONS al P.O. BOX
bU'.".. Miami. Florida 33143 intend to
register said name with the Clark of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
ALAN DAVIS
SHEILA KASSEW1TZ
Harold Kassewitx
Attorney ior Alan Davis
904 City National Bank Building
26 West Flagler Street
Miami Florida 33130
8/2-9-16-23
IN THE CIRCUIT JUDGES COURT
,N IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
NO. 74-4381
FRANK B. DOWLING
In RE: Estate of
jean ie witt
"Notice to creditors
T All Creditors and All Persons Ha\-
* ClalmVor Demand. A*alne1 Bald
K\''u';-, hereby notified and rc.iuir-
d l which vou may have against the M-
ril of IFVME WITT iii, eased late
of Dade County, Florida, to the Cir-
Snindar monUi. front the tlm.
fi,st publication hereol 01 ui
"';:,': 1':;:,V::,m..-*$*
a"J "wIL^MJ'goiTwORN
\s Bxei ulor
i,-., publication ol this notice on
Rill fll v of Mc-ust. 1974
William J Gold
,., .., i tati
1800 'oral Way
Miami. Fla. 8J14U v [6.jj
name
Ih
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOHN R. BLANTON
PROBATE NO. 74-478S
In RE: Estate I
Al G17STA FINDER
,1, eas. il
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing c;aims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and tequtr-
...1 to preaenl am claims and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of Al'OI'STA KINDER deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to thp
Circuit Judges of Dade County, and
fih the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 783.16. Florida Stat-
utes, ill their offices ill the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within four calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof.
or the same will be barred
Fib d at Miami, Florida, this Sth
day Of August. AD ___
WILLIAM F. KINDER
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the lfith day of August. 1974.
JOSEPH SOHM1ER
Attorney for
Estate of Augusta Under
606 Uncoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida ?3139


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Mellow Age
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$119
1
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IMPORTED
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