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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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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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"(Jewish Floridian
47 Number 36
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY end THt JEWISH WffffLY
Miami, Florida Friday, September 6, 1974
M i.v Mall Thxe. Sections
Price 25 cent3
Dayan Tells S. Africans He
Art
Doubts War in Near Future
vjOSHE DAYAN
v.'il outlast problems
And Egypt Prepares
r Fighting as Rabin
ws No Withdrawals
Israel Sabotages Peace 6-A
Ford Says We ant Ties 9-A
h;- Special Report
| eve of the first anni-
te Yom Kippur War.
jatening clouds appear
as! horizon.
i Foreign Minister Is-
. said Sunday that
USt plan carefully at this
Israel has arrived
where ~lie must choose
and war.
II DE< LAMED that
i> preparing lot a
ighrmg.
Minister address-
ee i; meeting of Arab
ters,
we should be able to
enemy to choose be-
o alternatives either
le, just peace, or re-
: war," Fahmi declar-
}
H (
JOHANNESBURG (JTA) Moshe Da\an told a
gathering of leading Johannes! personalities at a meeting
|f the South African Foundation that Israel is con-
fident of overcoming its problems.
"Israelis know their objei I
We are ready to live with
problems for years and years,"
the former Defense Minister said.
He affirmed that Israel wants
peace and stated that he did not
t ect a new war in the near fu-
ture.
EARLIER IN a radio inter-
view he said he was happy to
accept the South African Foun-
dation's invitation to him and his
wife. Rachel, to make what he
termed his "look-see" tour of
South Africa.
People in Israel feel friendly
toward South Africa." he said.
"We have friendly relations with
your governmenl and the Si th
African j-eople. and we think
Ministers from 11 Arab nations
and ambassadors from nine i th-
an met at Arab League head-
Continued on Page "A
Continued on Page 2-A
LOSS OF U.S. PRESTIGE
Pandora's Box of Danger
Opened by Cyprus Crisis
Jews in Cyprus Long Ago
Bv MURRAY ZICKOFF
5A
II Shows
B. Nixes
iveaway
YORK (JTA) Amer-
an overwhelming ma-
pe opposed to the United
roviding either Egypt or
th nuclear reactors, ac-
tu the latest Harris poll.
towed that providing
I tors for Egypt was op-
|by 69-17 percent, while
!'- reactors to Israel was
by 66-21 percent.
THIRDS of the public
d fear that both coun-
^oaid end up by producing
bombs with the nuclear
ity furnished by the U.S.,
|lr>K to Louis Harris, whose
nation conducted the poll.
poll also showed that, by
[percent Americans, believe
wrong for former Presi-
Ixon to offer the reactors
Jt first getting Congres-
approval.
|>ough most Americans have
rteii U.S. efforts in the Mid-
the poll showed that by a
Continued on Page 6-A
NEW YORK (JTA) The
ongoing fighting in Cyprus with
the continuing military advances
by Turkey has created wide-
spread anxiety in Israel that
what is happening in the war-
torn eastern Mediterranean is-
land may be a mirror of its own
future.
The anxiety is aggravated by
a growing concern that the
United States government and
Secretary of State Henry A. Kis-
singer are both suffering loss of
prestige in the West as a result
of the Cyprus crisis and that this
loss may have disastrous conse-
quences for the Middle East.
THE LOSS of prestige is focal
to Israel because of her depend-
ence on the U.S. to help establish
a lasting peace not merely
disengagements in the Middle
East.
There is also concern in Israel
that the Soviet Union is taking
advantage of America's diplomat-
ic setback to fill the breach as
peace-maker in Cyprus and, if
.> I'ssful. will continue
there to find a way to | ... a
more preponderant role in the
forthcoming Mideast peace talks.
America's inability to help hait
the fighting in Cyprus and her
inability to persuade Turkey
from continuing its military ad-
vances comes at a particularly
! erilous time for Israel in view
of the Soviet Union's re-arming
of Syria.
POLITICAL ANALYSTS close
to the Israeli scene here r.ote
that basic questions are now be-
ing pondered by Israel:
If the U.S. has been unable to
swing its diplomatic weight to
heal the split in Cyprus and has
been unable to prevent Turkey
from seizing on the military field
what it was unable to get at the
Geneva talks, what weight can
the U.S. be expected to muster in
the Geneva Mideast peace talks?;
if the U.S. can "tilt" toward Tur-
key, as so many European ana-
lysta claim despite U.S. denials.
how will she "lean" in the Mld-
Continuod on Page 15-A
NINETY INSTALLATIONS CITED
... But Stronghold
Buildup at Suez
Reported by U.S.
WASHINGTON (JTA>
American intelligence sources
reported here tnat the Egyp-
tian army has constructed more
than 90 fortified strong points
in the Egyptian-held strip of
easl ol the S lez Canal.
strong points are located
i a north-south axis but no
jpt has been made yet I i
the sources said.
THE SOURJ j:s also said
that Israel has erected various
ions in il icing
the 1 itions buffc
but thi e not as aborate as
the E an systi
i
Ac dii .. S s a Is-
rael, n defense in 2
if three armored
and two mechanized infantry
brigades de:'loved along two
key passes through a chain of
hills about 20 miles from the
S :ez Canal.
-c I rigades would be ex-
;. > roc. to hold an Egyptian at-
tack until reenforcements ar-
rived, t se sources said.
The sources claimed that ma-
;": Egyptian forces comprising
about seven divisions and four
> ides oi Infantry and armor
are deployed Just west of the
canal.
THE EGYPTIANS were said
iave about 20 Russian-built
pontoon bridges ready to span
'.'ontiniied on Page 2-A
Likud Will 'Unmask'
Kissinger in Tcur Here
TEL AVIV (JTA) Charging that Secretary of State Henry
A. Kiss.nger is "selling Israel down the river." Likud MK Haint
Lanoau announced Likud will send a delegation to the United States
to tell Americans the truth about Kissinger.
Landau, a leader of the Herut
Section of Likud, said on Israel
Radio that Kissinger is enrian-
ng Israel's basic security.
LIKUD CHARGES that the
rrcer.t U.S.-Jordanian and U.S.-
Egyptian communiques in Wash-
ington Indicated Kissinger has
aria; ted the viewpoint oi the
Arab states.
Landau fold a Likud executive
meeting that Kissinger has
broken ail his promises to For-
eign Minister Yigal Allon regard-
ing prior consultations on the
Continued on Page 2-A
SEN. RIBICOFF
before Senate committee
IMMINENT AGREEMENT ANTICIPATED
Soviet Trade, Emigration Deal Near?
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Sen. Abraham Ribicoff (D.,
Conn.I, was reported to have told
the Senate Finance Committee
that "we are very close to an
agreement" on a unified United
States position on Soviet emigra-
tion policy and Soviet-American
trade relations.
The committee is responsible
for drafting a trade bill that in-
volves Soviet-American relations.
AT THE same time. Sen.
Henry' M. Jackson (D., Wash.),
said that serious economic prob-
lems in the Soviet Union is the
reason for prospects of an early
agreement Jackson said there
had been "a substantial change
, { position" by the Soviets on the
issue because they are in real
economic trouble."
He said he hoped en agreement
could be completed when Con-
gress returned from its Labor
Day recess.
Ribicoff, Jackson and Sen.
Jacob K. Javits (R.. N.Y.i, met
recently with President Ford af-
ter the President had conferred
with Soviet Ambassador Anatoly
Dobrynin.
THE THREE senators have
been meeting regularly with Sec-
cretary of State Henry A. Kis-
Continued on Page 15-A
9/74


Page 2-A
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Friday, Septemb
Voters May Carry Sample Ballot Into Booth
I In Primary Elections Here on Tuesday
r
L
Dayan Doub
W
in iVcoj
Fiit
Egyptian
Strongholds
At Suez
There are 54 separate ballots in the prinmary election, and South
Floridians will be choosing from among them when the enter the
voting booth next Tuesday.
In all. there are 410 candidates offering
office.
themselves for public
\
Continued from Page 1-A
the waterway, capable of mov-
ing the major elements of five
(li\ Isions across the canal with-
in six hours after opening an
attack.
Meanwhile, in a s;>eech to
student representatives in Alex-
andria. Egyptian President An-
war Sadat said Egypt would
continue its good relations with
the Soviet Union "but our
eagerness to consolidate rela-
tions with the Big Powers does
not moan that we should be-
come aligned with any one of
them."
Sadat's remarks, reported in
the semi-official Cairo newspa-
per. Al Ahram. indicated a new
emphasis on Egyptian inde-
pendence from both superpow-
ers.
Bl TOLD the student's that
new war planes are on their
way to Egypt, bought by "some
friendly Arab states" to replace
Eg..; t's Yorn Kippur War loss-
es.
He also said that Egypt was
saved from near bankruptcy on
the eve of the October war by
$500 million received from "our
Arab brothers."
According to a report of Sa-
dat's speech carrier! by the offi-
cial .Middle East N'ews Agency,
the President told the students,
-The change in the attitude of
the United States is our own
doing through what we achieved
in October and not just a cas-
ual change in the attitude of
tue President of the United
States or its Secretary of
State."
Likud Will
I 'Unmask'
Kissinger
Continued from Pag? 1 A
next diplomatic m ve foi a Mid-
i M Moment.
He -
t!..! there would be no i .ete
l with !.
an.
i a mill \? so icored Kis-
for .!;" Isiaeli
I', slier Yitzhak Rabin
c ie i" w ashin rton In S m-
bei with ettin
sent i: t.
I ikud will
ti.n :n d<
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Jewish Defense L eturned
to the US. iv'i weeks to
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RACES INTLIDE U.S. Sen
ate. Congress, Governor, State
Legislature. School Board, Dade
County Mayor ami two Commis-
sioners, judgeships and party of-
fices.
To help voters in this most im-
portant election, the Dade Coun-
ty Elections Department has
printed quai.tltias of sample 1 al-
lots, and they are available free
of charge.
Registered Democrats will vote
for Democratic candidates. Re-
gistered Republicans will vote
for Republican candidates, and
all registered voters can vote in
the non-partisan judicial and
county elections.
ALTHOUGH, as is too often
the case, election officials are
sadly predicting a light turnout,
they have also announced that |
the' free sample ballots may be
marked by voters beforehand
They hope this will encourage the
more timid to exercise their con-
stitutional right of franchise.
Mrs. Joyce Dieffenderfer. Dade
County supervisor of Elections,
has announced that voters will
be permitted to carry the mark-
ed ballots into the election booth
with them to help them through
the long and complicated slate.
The free sample ballots are
available from the Dade County
Elections Department, moo Bis-
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Continued from Pj very high of your Jev.ish ..
Mr,"
Dayan arrived here as a i
of the South African Four,
His wife arrived
week.
earlier

Mrs. Charlotte JacobsoM
man of the American Socti
the World Zionist Organ:
who paid a brief visit to c
Africa to address Zionist c
ences. told the press she ah
fident that American frier
and support of Israel WOu'*.
tinue under President I
she said, has record
i?nd strong ties with h
Syria Envoy Tells
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Palace (French White Housei.
'"On the contrary, we believe
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Khadam was apparently refer-
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last weekend.
These exercises are said to
have caused great tension for the
Egyptians and Syrians in the Si-
nai and in the Golan Heights.
AT THE same time. Khadam
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big the Geneve Mideast peace
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"Despite the complexity and
seriousness of the presenl Mid-
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He further stated that France's
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Khadam said that he and Gis-
card d'Estaing did not discuss
the provision of French arms to
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HE SAID they conferred on
the Mideast situation and the bi-
lateral relations between France
and Syria.
Khadam also said he handed a
personal message from Syria's
President Hate/ Assad to the
French President.
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ELAINE BLOOM. CANDIDATE FOR STATE
REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 100. IS A
PROVEN LEADER.
} ler entire adult life has been spent working
quietly yet effectively in the public interest.
In 1970. she was a delegate to the White House
Conference on children.
In 1972. she was recognized as one of the
"Five Most Influential Women in Uade County*
by the Miami News.
In 197:1. she was appointed by Governor Rcubin
Askew to the Florida Regional Manpower Council.
She was the first Chairperson of the Hade County
Commission on the Status of Women.
She serves on the Presidents Advisory Ikiard of
Florida International University.
The list goes on and on. And a pattern clearly
emerges. I fere is a dedicated civic leader, recog-
nized by government oQk ials.the press, the clergy
and the educational community, as a positive
force for constructive, conflict free leadership.
She has always maintained a firm position of
moral integrity and independence,and a strong
Commitment to humanitarianism.
Because human rights are always the issue.
They always have bcen.They always will be.
Vote for Elaine Bloom. She gets things done.
ELAINE BLOOM WILL GET THINGS DONE.
TO INSURE RESPONSIBLE GROWTH AND A
HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT. THROUGH-
Favoring immediate funding of studies needed
to develop guidelines for Statewide Master Plan,
with firm deadlines for completion.
Enactment of implementing legislation for Master
Plan with emphasis on balance between economy
and ecology, and provision for services and
transportation.
Early development of incentive programs to
encourage non polluting industry and upgrading
of tourist attractions, facilities and
accommodations.
Establishment of unified Environmental Agency
to coordinate all programs, sendees and
enforcement.
ELAINE BLOOM WILL GET THINGS DONE.
TO INSURE THE RIGHTS OF THE YOUNG.
AND THE OLD. AND THOSE WITHOUT
POWER AND A VOICE IN GOVERNMENT.
THROUGH-
Establishment of high minimum standards for
health care facilities, ..homes.
hospital--, residential treatment centers and -
abuse pi
Creation oi a full time. State paid Senior Citizen's
Lobby iti io represent Florida's interests iti
area in Washington.
Ratification of the I q lal Rights V
Urging Congress by legislative process l i I
Social Sot ii is on earned incom ;and
release Social Securitx benefits earned K woi
to then surviving husbands.
Development of tax incentive programs to
encourage private industry and businesses to
establish their own day care centei s
1 tilization ol ed icati >nal facilities I
for maximum yeai i ound benefit to all i
all ages, with emphasis on vocal pecia
needs.
ELAINE BLOOM WILL GET THINGS DONE.
TO INSURE THE CONSUMER'S RIGHT TO
PROTECTION. THROUGH -
Rent control legislation to curb outrageous
increases, especially for people living on fixed
incomes.
Unification of consumer protection services under
one central authority for complaints, enforcement
and administration.
Completion of condominium legislation stressing
elimination of recreation leases in fair and
equitable manner.
ELAINE BLOOM WILL GET THINGS DONE.
TO INSURE SOCIETY'S RIGHT TO PROTECT
ITSELF FROM RAMPANT VIOLENCE AND
CRIME, AND THE CREATION OF HARDENED
CRIMINALS. THROUGH -
Complete refomi of Parole and Probation system,
focusing on Commission structure, hearing
procedures and follow-up.
Realistic gun control legislation, beginning with
state-wide ban on manufacture and sale of
'Saturday Night Specials'."
Provision of differentiation of treatment and
bettor separation of facilities for first or youth
offenders, as well as for alternative or "creative''
sentencing where applicable.
ELAINE BLOOM WILL GET THINGS DONE.
TO INSURE THAT PEOPLE ARE NOT ONLY
PROTECTED BY THE GOVERNMENT. BUT ALSO
FROM THE GOVERNMENT. THROUGH-
Financial disclosure of all sources of income and
major debts by all candidates, elected officials and
department heads at all levels.
Establishment of regional center in Dade County,
for unified operation of state services, information
offices and agencies.
Creation of independent "ombudsman" authority
to represent citizens in dealings with slate agencies
and regulatory boards: to hear complaints; act as
counsel and arrange settlements.
Tightening of loopholes in State tax laws to
distribute burdens as well as benefits more fairly.
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Friday, September 6, 1974
The Best Forgiveness
Selichot. the traditional penitential prayer serrice
scheduled for Saturday at midnight, brings us to the eve
of the High Holy Day period.
On the one hand, we will enter the synagogue with
a plea to the Divine for forgiveness for all our trans-
gressions during the outgoing Hebrew Year.
On the other, we will enter with the recurrent thought
in mind that the advent of the New Year marks the first
anniversary of the Yom Kippur attack on Isral.
Can ws ask for forgiveness ct :he same time that we
hold rancor in our hearts?
_ though! occurs to us the*, cur object ought to be
no: to held rcr.cor in cur hea::s bul a double detennir.e-
thal Israel shall not a e brought :o the edge
ot dc
Th.s means our renewed dc.cc::cr. to contribute every
bit we can of our time, our means, our talent to Israel's
security now and in the future.
This land oi dedication is of course, in the end a deci-
catJon not only to Israel, but to ourselves, as well to
ourselves as Jews and cur ar.cier.: Jewish tradition.
It better way than to enter the synagogue for the
midnight Selichot service in this spirit? What be-ttei way
to ask for forgivsne
We can mink c: none.
Deaf Ear to the Cvnies

Dcde County goes to the polls next Tuesday. On the
ballot, are 54 separate races.
The slate of primaries runs the gamut from U.S. Senate
to Dade County mayor, from the governorship of Florida
to seats up for grabs on the county school board.
It has become 'fashionable" during the past few years
for cynical voices to say that voting makes no difference.
The corruption by which we have been victimized in
public office from the presidency on down to local county
and city political levels has been grist for the mill of
thess voices to help advance the cause of voter apathy.
We urge our readers to lend them a deaf ear next
Tuesday. The issues are more important than ever. So are
the candidates asking for your vote.
If the cynics have a point at all, it is that it is voter
apathy more than anything else that helps advance the
cause of corruption. When an individual fails to vote be-
cause "it doesn't matter anyway," or when he votes with-
out first appraising himself of the issues end psrsonaliiies
in an election campaign, he cree:es precisely the kind
of poii'ical climate that gives rise to the tragedies in pu-iic
office by which we have been victimized over the years.
7'r.e res: way. perhaps :he oniy way, to stop corrup-
tion is to assure the existence of an informed public and
of a public intent on going to the polls to exercise i:s elec-
toral powers in the best sense of the word.
And so, we urge you, vote in Tuesday's primaries.
Familiarize yourselves with the candidates and the issues.
Let our public officials know that we care about them
about how they will parform. Let them know on Tuesday
that when we give them a franchise to represent us, we
expect exemplary performance.
This, and only this, will silence the cynics. This, and
only this, will assure us of good government.
\^ orse Than Arrogance
Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg, president of the American Jew-
ish Congress, has sharply criticized the Anwar Sadat
speech in Cairo to Egyptian students in which Sadat was
frank to observe that he went to war last Yom Kippur for
economic reasons.
Rabbi Hertzberg charges that "First President Sadat
spends hundreds of millions a month on his army. This
expenditure, if we are to believe him, brings Egypt to the
brink of bankruptcy, for which the only solution is to wage
war, because only war will bring support from the oil-rich
Arab neighbors of Egypt."
"Had we not entered the war, we probably would not
have been able to provide our people with their daily loaf
of bread this year."
Rabbi Hertzberg's angry reaction is based on an Asso-
ciated Press dispatch which in turn quotes a Cairo news-
paper report of Sadat's speech to the students.
This is third-hand, but if it has lost none of its accuracy
in the translation, then the Rabbi's anger and his criticism
are apt.
Also, it puts to shame high American diplomacy,
which courted President Sadat so ardently ui the waning
days of the Nixon administration, and which continues to
court him under President Ford.
One final thought: Egypt's Sadat and the Arabs have
repeatedly threatened Israel's existence because of what
they called "Israeli arrogance."
Talk about arrogance. Fust, Sadat launches and loses
a war which he insists he won. And now, he boasts that it
was not so much "Israeli arrogance" but near-bankruptcy
at home that decided him to attack.
That is worse than arrogance. It is criminality.
Why No Oil Field Take-Over
[AST YEAR, in the months
preceding the Yom Kippur
War. "Nouvelle Ouverture." a
highly-respected French weekly,
published a I.S contingency
p.an for the take-over of Saud.
Arabian oil fie'.ds in the event
the Middle East oil-producing na-
t OBS instituted an embargo
DSt the west
It area a pecuiar plan, alleged-
ly involving Brit.sh. Israeli and
Iranian para'roopers backed by
l S irees None
i a s a ich -

Mindlin
i
r '
but it had two things going for
it:
-NOUVELLE Ouverture" :.
not given to sensationalism or
wild speculation, and so one mu.-
assume that itsedttors'htuf unc
ered at least some kind of r
evidence dealing with a prop
military takeover:
In retrospect, the timing
the French story gives ad
credibility to it< perceptive
ticipation of the Yom K
War Itself with the in-.:,.
- of the war on
i technological v
THE HOKF.Y details c
Story apart, one wonders r.
creasing imprest just whj
kt the oil con^umin^ nati
fact taken o'
Arab fi Ids.

r.irifi style 50
ago. It is in inconti
fact I that
.... | ,-
of war and. eml irgatij
. > shadow
d hi
THESE WOULD lm-
in explaining
a military maneuver of :!. it
d.'r.
r a'.l. when oil produce--
put a half-nelson on oil con-
among other impor
things, they strike at the j
industry and ultimately at tl
\ tv mobility a quality that -
j.icred to the western hour?'
and his splendorou? way of !.:
What is worse, the result-
the boycott go far beyond I
far beyond anything either tfa !
sheiks themselves intended, jt
their victims ever expected wrier.
the whole thing first eta
Continued on Page 12-A

,*'
COMMENT
The State of Flori.ia is
an election next Tut
looks like no one i> corning It s
more than an appal..
tarj on ou: electorate thai \-
:eits predict a turnout :
20 percent of those : gist wed
and the lord only knows h iw
many people ha\e never even
bothered to register. It's a sad
outlook to anyone who believes
that democracy can endure only
nritfl a responsive electorate.
Disillusionment with govern-
ment Watergate and all the
other indictments of Feieral.
state and local officials is said
to be the major cause of apathy
'I'd rather call it desertion*.
How self-serving an attitude this
is! Those who are going to stay
home might better have remain-
ed there when they made their
bad choices two. four and s.\
years ago and provided us with
the immoral, unethical, thieving
bunch they are now so disillu-
sioned with.
IN TRUTH, those same voters
as ar: 1 women at the time. The an-
swer to me; is the willingness to
make the effort to distinguish
among the many car. ii iates who
. be next Tuesday's ballot. In
dj ways, the refusal to go out
and vote is an admission that
that effort is beyond most of us
a:. apathy^' is just a CO :
lor willfull ignorance. Even in
the secrecy of the voting booth
it is embarrassing to admit you
don't know what the hell you're
doing.
President Ford has no h.>
me on the basis of past perform-
tn the House of P.epresenta-
tives but he has set a tone in Us
few v., rfice that deserves
respect and imitation by can-
es ai well as voters. It may
nd ar-fetched to say so in the
face of ems
his surprise statement on
r V ietnam draft t-vad-
< is the kind of
; liti '. I would look for when
looking at the 11 Democratic
candidates for the United States
Senate more than anything they
have to say about taxes, energy,
financial disclosure and the like
All good issues, but ones which
get basically the same responses.
BUT WHEN a man goes up
against the Veterans of Foreign
Wars. American Legion and the
likes of Strom Thurmond and
Barry Goidwater. when he takes
a principled position where the
votes ain't. I want to take a sec-
ond glance at that person.
It's easy to be for an amend-
ment to the U.S. Constitution
that would permit state-sponsor-
ed prayers in the public schools,
or would bar busine as a tool,
because 8*3 percent of the voters
bv WARD < OHE.V
in Florida have said they f
these things. Those are the
of issues which go to the gu:-
America. and that's why I un-
to know- what the people
seek my vote for Senate. C
gress. Governor think a:
them.
I may not agree with the posi
tion. by the way. but I have
found through many, many ca::
paigns that the candidate n I
has the courage and honesty |
stand against the popular opin-
ion on some issues usually take;
that integrity with him into of-
fice.
I THINK, for instance, tha*
the late John Orr and Sen. Jack
Gordon proved that the Da le
voter does have respect for tt-
who stand on principle, unpo)
lar though it may be at the tjnw
Gordon, not so incidentally, ir-
troduced a resolution in the Fl
ida Senate on amnesty and otj -
Continued on Page 14-A
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Friday. September 6, 1974
fJbwtsfi Mnrirffctn
Page 5-A
Jews Were in Cyprus Long, Long Ago
Bj DR. FREDERICK
LACUMAN
Executive Editor,
r;n\v What role does Cyprus play in
Jewish history?
At different times, the island
of Cyprus (probably the
Alishiya" or "Elishah" men-
tioned a number of times in the
Bible), plajed an important role
in Jewish history.
AFTER WORLD War II. the
British government forcibly
transferred many thousands of
the so called 'illcRal" immi-
grants, who tried to roach Pales-
tine, to detention camps in Cy-
Tl.eir total number from 1946
Couple
Murdered
In Israel
TEL AVIV tJTA) Two
t triers, aged 18 and 24.. wore in
i, e custody in connection with
. Sunday night murders of
nuel Horesh. 82, and his 72-
-, wife. Regina, in their
Aw\ home.
Mr. and Mrs. Horesh wore the
.. (A Mrs. Haya Jaglom,
world president of WIZO, the
wohen's Zionist organization.
Mrs Js lom returned from Swit-
d where she had l>een vis-
iting to attend the funeral serv-
ices this morning'.
POLICE, who described the
08 one of the most cruel
in Israel's history, did not Imme-
diatelj release the names of the
.suspects who were reported to be
cooperating with the authorities.
ling to unofficial ac-
ints, the brothers, who ran a
Btrimonial agency, rented a
flat from the Horesh couple but
wers troublesome tenants.
Mrs. Horesh is believed to have
\ site I the flat to demand unpaid
rent and to ask the brothers to
move. She was murdered in the
I.at and the suspects allegedly
stole her keys and went to the
Horesh apartment where they
murdered Mr. Horesh. apparent-
ly in the belief that he was the
only person who knew where
his wife had gone.
Neighbors who knew of the
brothers' trouble with the Hor-
es tea, alerted police who took
the young men into custody.
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to 1948 was 51.500. With the es-
tablishment of the State ,of Is-
rael, they were quickly ahsorbed-
in the mainstream "nf""rfie mass
immigration which began to ar-
rive in the country.
In 1951, the Jewish population
of Cyprus numbered 165 persons,
and by 1970 there were only 25
Jews left on the island.
JEWISH SETTLEMENT on
the island hegan during the third
century BCE under Ptolomaic
rule. In 142 BCE, the Romans
sent letters to Cyprus requesting
that the rights of the Jews be
safeguarded.
The historian, Josephus, re-
fers to flourishing Jewish settle-
ments, and Hasmonean coins
have been disco'e.ed on the is-
land.
King Herod received from Au-
gust ,s a portion of the revenue
from Cyprus' copper mines, and
his granddaughter. Alexandria,
married an aristocratic Jew,
Timius of Cyprus.
Under Trajan, probably in 116
or 117 CE, the Jews of Cyprus
together with those of Cyrene,
Mesopotamia and Egypt revolted
for causes which are not clear,
and it is reported that the Jews
of Cyprus killed 240,000 peo le
and destroyed the city of Sa'.a-
mis.
AFTER THE revolt was sup-
pressed. Jews were strict!-' for-
bidden to set foot on the island,
but during the third century, the
Jews had resettled in Cyprus, ac-
cording to the authoritative En-
cyclopaedia Judaica.
In the early seventh century,
there was a large Jewish com-
munity in Famagusta, and other
large communities developed
later in Nicosia, Paphos, and
Limasol. Jews, however, were
discriminated against by law,
and in the 14th century they had
to wear the distinguishing yellow-
badge.
An attempt in 156K to foment
a rebellion on the island, a Vene-
tian possession, in favor of the
Turks was attributed to the
statesman, Joseph Nasi.
THANKS TO the efforts of
Solomon Ashkenazi, a peace
treaty was signed in 1573 be-
tween Venice and Turkey, the
latter having conquered the is-
land in 1571.
In 1878. Benjamin Disraeli
i
succeeded in placing Cyprus un-
der British administration. Be-
tween 1883 and 1897 there were
attempts to settle Jews from,
Rumania on the island.
In the early 1900s, Herzl dis-
cussed- with Chamberlain a plan
to settle Jews in Cyprus, but
without success. Between 1933
and 1939 Cyprus was a sanctuary
tor 500 Jewish refugees from
Germans-.
IN I960 DIPLOMATIC rela-
tions were established on an am-
bassadorial level, but the gov-
ernment of Cyprus assumed a
complex and sometimes contra-
dictory attitude in its relations
with Israel: at the United Na-
tions its representatives mostly
sided with the Arab states, and
simultaneously Cyprus fostered
niass tourism from Israel and de-
veloped satisfactory trade rela-
tions and technical cooperation.
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*JewHti fhrk/Sar
Friday, September 6, 1974
Action Eyed Against Anti-Semitic Pamphlet
IX)NDON (JTA> The
director of public prosecution is
considering proceedings under
the Race Relations Act against
the author and publishers of an
anti-Semitic pamphlet which ap-
peared here recently.
The 28-page pamphlet, Did
Six Million Really Die? The
Truth At Last" describes the
death of six million Jews in Nazi-
occupied Europe as "the most
colossal piece of fiction" and the
'most successful of deceptions."
THE PAMPHLET als ttatims
that the enormous fraud" was
committed with the deliberate
intention of blackmailing the
world into accepting the estab-
lishment of the State of Israel,
and in order to secure financial
srain by way of German repara-
tions.
The pamphlet, written under a
pseudonym, was published by a
so-called "Historical Re\iew
Press.'* and although the neo-
Fascist "National Front" has dis-
claimed all responsibility for it,
it bears a close resemblance to
the National Front's monthly
magazine. Spearhead."
Moreover. Robin Beauclair. a
senior NF member, has been dis-
covered to have been associated
with the publication, a fact which
he is not denying.
COPIES OF the pamphlet
were sent to the Director of Pub-,
lie Prosecution by Paul Rose.
MP. and by the Board of Depu-
ties of British Jews.
The latter asked that legal ac-
tion be taken on the grounds
that the pamphlet indicated "an
intention to stir up racial hat-
red" as defined in Seetion 6 of
Israel Black PanthersWant Rehabilitation
JERUSALEM (JTA1 A
plan for the rehabilitation of ju-
venile delinquents was proposed
here by the Israel Black Pan-
thers.
The plan included a proposal
of requiring disadvantaged youth
to attend school for 12 hou~s
Communique Agrees
All Mideast Nation*
*&> Should Exist
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA1
A United States-Eey;.:.an com-
muniqiM issued here said the two
c< ..'.tries agreed to "the right of
itenoa of all states" in the
lie East
While Israel was not mention-
ed by name in the statement, it
eared to be among the
j- ngest implications yet made
by the Egyptian government of
recognition of the Jewish State.
THE t OMMUNIQET. signed
by Secretary of State Henry A.
Kissing* and Egyptian Foreign
Minister Ismail Fahrry followed
a week of talks in Washington
by Fahmy with President Ford.
KissingW and the members of
I HOOM Foreign Affairs and
E r:ate Foreign Relations Com-
mittees.
Fahmy's discussions with the
President and Kissinger, the
c rr.rr.unique said, were a con-
structive contribution to the con-
s rations now underway looking
iri the next stage in nego-
I tiom for a just and durable
peace in the Middle East a
peace which they agree should
take into account the legitimate
interest of all peoples in the Mid-
U.S. Opposes
A-Giveaivay
Continued from Paee 1A
percentage of 75-12 Americans
agree that f a set-
e East war
n the '-ar-
ea that settieMM is not
.e."
At the same time, a ma
K peroant
better for a na"
- to get Duclaai
bility 1 than to re-
-. the Soviet Union.
What do doctors
recommend
for patients in pain?
Time aie many med *
phys in ot
1 .
act)
& Anacin I I '
r thing m ? 1 J,,c
>....: : e pain to th-
if arthritis And mill* r> --.x
Ar.!< in without rtameen
When vou're
taM-t a do. .- ..ou u
Kj u+a office. Take Aaaca.
die East, including the Palestin-
ian people, and the right to exist-
ence nf all states in the area.
THE STATEMENT also said
that the U.S. and Egypt agree
that the Geneva conference
should resume "as soon as pos-
sible" with the "question of other
participants from the Middle
East area" to be discussed at the
conference.
This was an apparent refer-
ence to the uemamis of Egypt
that the Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization should be represented
at the talks.
Ford, the communique said, de-
clared that he was dedicated to
stiengthening the growing friend-
ship and trust between the U.S.
and Egypt
The statement announced that
Egyptian President Anwar Sadat
will visit Washington later this
year. The communique also spell-
ed out the progress of the joint
cooperation commission set up
earlier by Egypt and the U.S. to
work out economic, agricultural,
scientific and cultural agree-
ments between the two countries.
each day. 12 months a year. This
presumably to keep them off the
streets.
THE PANTHER leader,
Shalom Cohen, charged the Is-
raeli government with failure to
educate disadvantaged youth. He
cited this failure as being worse
than the government's failure in
the Yom Kippur War.
Cohen noted that the faults of
the educational system are espe-
cially felt among Israelis of
Oriental origin. Oriental youths
comprise 68 percent of elemen-
tary school graduates, yet only
21 percent graduate from high
school, and only S percent com-
plete a university education.
THE PANTHER*, therefore.
suggested that disadvantaged
youths attend school in the after-
noons and during summer vaca-
tion, as well as the normal school
time as compensation for the
lack of middle class advantages
at home.
According to the approval,
the schools would be staffed by
some of the hundreds of profes-
sionals < mostly immigrants I who
cannot find jobs in their field.
The professionals would be
asked to pass a special one-year
retraining course.
IF THEY agree to work for a
period of one year in the school
for the disadvantaged. they would
be granted the tax and housing
privileges enjoyed by new immi-
grants, provided that they agree
to live in the area in which they
are teaching.
Admitting that the project
would be costly. Cohen said that
it would be a good investment
and that it would end the con-
A KEY MAN FOR
EVERYBODY
OfhciaHy he's Vr James E Reardon.Vice Preside-:
i -ess of Countv, National Bank The peor
. Mian* Beach call him Mr Mayor The people of
Countv. National call him and call him. and I
h:m out He has been Director or
Cha probably more philanthropic, helpful civic
orcomnv. 1 1 .one around >
H v>u went to help 1 thers. you have tc
of yourself Thats what its sj about!'
iecause hi I
- -
County National Bank
0- Ht tn> S'ltftT ttCHJn MiAM' CC- 651-7110
cept of a school as a factory
working on half shifts."
Cohen said that he hoped that
the government would adopt his
plan since it was now beginning
to deal and become aware of the
educational problems of the dis
advantaged sector of the Israeli
population.
THE PANTHERS also pro-
posed plans for a youth village
for dropouts and delinquent
whom they hope to rehabilitate.
The youth village would ac-
commodate 100 boys and girls a
year who would, upon gradua-
tion, return to their hometowns
to serve aj youth counselors.
the Race Relations Act.
Fohowing the director of pub.
He prosecution's reply that no
such intention could be proved in-
this case, the Board has now
asked him to consider prosecu-
tion on the grounds that a false
name and address were u*tvi"iaf
the publication.
Spokesmen for the Association
of Jewish ex-Servicemen and
Women 1 AJEX> and the Associa.
tinn of Jewish Refugees describ-
ed today what they regarded as
a concerted anti-Semitic cam-
paign by right-wing and fascist
organizations in several West
European countries.
THE SPOKESMEN pointed
out the recent upsurge of anti
Semitism in France and the ap-
pearance in Frankfurt of am thif
anti Semitic booklet entitled
Die Auschwitzluege" ("The Lie
of .Auschwitz"!, by Manfred
Roeder. in which the author tries
to whitewash the atrocities per-
petrated in the notorious concen-
tration camp and accuses Jews
of -distorting the picture'' for
their persona! gain.
A third book with similar ob-
jectives. "It Never Ha;:-ened
After All." by Edwin Hortoa,
v. as published here by Brian Wil-
llama of the "Christian Militants,"
a well-known anti-Semitic cam-
paigner, and Is being distr,: .ted
in other English speaking en-
tries.
Dade Better Government League
ENDORSES JERRY
n
PROVEN JUDICIAL EXPERIENCE '
COUNTY JUDGE LEVER 41 D GROUP6
__ Ralph
Poston
DEMOCRAT
FOR THE SENATE
DISTRICT 38
(DADE-MONROE COUNTIES)
HELP REDUCE
THE FUEL SURCHARGE
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m
September 6, 1974
"Awistif/crKfiw
Page 7-A
fJA Leaders Attend Egypt Readies for Fighting
Prime Minister's
Mission in Israel
fc\V YORK (JTA)
e-hun.ired American Jewish
ynitjj lenders from across
|l niifii States have been in
; u participants in the 1974
It Jewish Appeal Prime
. < Mission -the largest
|JA h.siorv Paul Zucker-
LTJA general chairman, an-
|he size of this year's mis-
ts a direct indication of the
"level of awareness and con-
on the part of American
in leadership," Zuckerman
V arc K'>mg t0 witness for
lyes those areas where our
of real benefit in
ring, solution! of human
fcAKI.V A year following
i. 1973, the war has
,:k <>n all aspects of
And we are charged
task ol studying, and
|i._ the humanitarian needs
>ple beset by enormous
economic problems,"
n staled.
197-1 Prime Miniater*!
an with a special din-
..nil former Premier
Highlight? of the
try in, I ided visits to the
: tragedy in the de-
,.vns of Kiryat
Shemona and Maalot, meetings
with new members of the Israeli
government and a panel discus-
sion with recent newcomers, in-
cluding the former Soviet ballet
stars Valery and Galina Panov.
THE MISSION closed with a
reception and dinner with Pre-
mier Yitzhak Rabin, .who knows
many of the mission members
personally due to his service as
Israeli Ambassador to the U.S.
Continued from Page 1-A
quarters in Cairo and, among
other things, determined to press
for getting the "Palestinian is-
sue" on the UN agenda this fall.
LEAGUE SECRETARY Maha-
moud Riad told the gathering
that the League supports the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion, whose "Palestinian issue"
must be resolved "independently
and not within the framework of
the Middle Kast crisis."
Among other things, represen-
tatives at the meeting resolved
to set up a common stand for the
Geneva talks.
Almost simultaneously, Egypt's
Haifa Mayor Almogi Issues
Warning Against Depression
TEL AVIV (JTA) A
warning that an economic reces-
sion might hamper the absorp-
tion of new immigrants and
therefore discourage immigration
was voiced by Haifa Mayor Jo-
seph Almogi.
Sceaking at the Haifa Mari-
time atnl Economic Club. Friday,
Aimogi warned that the govern-
ment must prevent an economic
recession in view of the increased
Immigration anticipated from
the Soviet Unioa
ALMOGI, former Minister of
\Gold Says Israel
Must Not Yield
To U.S. Pressure
aviv -JTA) For-
: ieli Premier Golda Meir
re thai Israel must resist
by tier American
which would put the Jew-
in a dangerous and un-
| ition,
laking at a dinner meeting
American Jewish COmmu-
lers m Israel for the 1974
Jewish Appeal Prime
! Mission. Mrs. Meir
would go to war if the
e i: her to do so.
NOTED that Palestine
Organization leader
Yasir Arafat told a Socialist In-
ternational leader recently that
even if a Palestine state was cre-
ated on the West Bank there
would be no peace with Israel.
During her talk, Mrs. Meir in-
dicated she would be going to the
United States shortly on a UJA
iiiis.si. n.
She also sent greetings to Syl-
va Zalmanson who was released
from a Soviet labor camp, noting
thai Miss Zalmanson demonstrat-
ed thai nothing could destroy
those Jews who do not want to
be destroyed.
ELECT-JOE
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
DISTRICT 109 DEMOCRAT
AID TO
SENIOR
CITIZENS
Supplemental State Aid
In Health Care
And Housing
**>.
pd. pol. adv.
NEW APPROACHES
TO OLD PROBLEMS
Labor, said he is optimistic about
increased Soviet aliya because of
the compromise rei>ortedly reach-
ed between President Ford and
Sen. Henry M. Jackson (D.,
Wash, i and other key senators
on the Jackson Amendment.
"If Russia receives the 'most
favored nation status,' a larger
and steadier stream of immi-
grants from that country could
be exi>ected," Almoei said.
"A recession at this time would
seriously hamper the absorption
of these immigrants."
BIT LABOR Min'ster Mashe
Baram. interviewed on Isiael Ra-
dio, said the;e was no founda-
tion for the fears of a recession
because of the recent cuts in gov-
ernment building.
He said while the construction
of public buildings is being cur-
tailed, there will be no let-up on
construction of apartments for
immigrants and young couples
and in slum-clearing programs.
Meanwhile, the government is
trying to deal with the problem
of lack of jobs for new immi-
grants who are college graduates.
Some 2,000 new immigrant
professionals are unemployed.
After negotiations between the
Absorption and labor Ministries
and the army, some 450 of these
new immigrants will be employed
as civilian workers in the defense
establishment.
THEY WILL undergo special
training and will be working
within a vear.
Another 100 will get jobs at
the giant Israel paper mills in
Hadera. Thirty-five economists
and statisticians will be employ-
ed by the Department of Statis-
tics. 100 engineers will get jobs
in the Israel Aircraft Industry,
and some 300 physicians and
medical staffers will form the
bulk of the staff of the Hadas-
sah Medical Center which is be-
in^' reopened on Mount Scopus.
Cantor Ehrlich To Officiate
Beth Torah Congregation has
engaged Cantor Kmanuel Ehrlich
to officiate the High Holy Day
services in Wometco's 163rd
Street Theatre, according to an
announcement made by Irving
Kutttler. religious vice president
Cantor Ehrlich became an alto
soloist with the Oscar Julius
Symphony Choir before he reach-
ed his teens, and has sung with
many famous cantors, including
Moyshe Oysher. Richard Tucker
and Leibele Waldman.
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President Anwar Sadat announc-
ed that he would step down as
premier of Egypt, but remain in
the office of the presidency.
SADAT ASKKU First.Deputy
Premier Abdel Aziz Higazl to
form a new cabinet, which would
take over in mid-September.
Sadat had assumed the double
post in March, 1973, in what is
now recognized as having been |
his first step toward Egypt's
preparation for the Yom Kippur
War.
As if in response to events in
Egypt, Israel's Premier Yitzhak
Rabin repeated Saturday what
he had been saying for weeks be-
fore.
There will be no future Israeli
withdrawal from occupied Arab
territories "without significant
progress toward peace."
ADDRESSING AN audience of
new Immigrants, Rabin noted
that if Israel acquiesced to fur-
ther withdrawals and to the set-
ting up of a Palestinian state, it
would signal "the beginning of
the end of the Jewish State."
Rabin warned that Israel can
not ignore "voices from the
northeast" meaning Syria.
Defense Minister Shimon Peres
has been expressing public doubt
with Premier Rabin that Syria
would want to renew the United
Nations buffer zone mandate
when renewal comes up in Nov-
ember.
Both leaders have been pre-
dicting a new war with Syria in
1975.


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Dark Horse Here DA's Want to beat Syrian Trihl|
Yields Good Return
.,'
For Technion
The Israel Institute of Technology is known throughout the
world as Technion." but Mrs. Joan Goldberg Arbuse, of Hal-
landale and New York City, has a handsome racehorse named
after her favorite educational instiution "Technion."
The horse, like its namesake, is a champion, who won its first
race at Saratoga last week, leaving the field far behind.
Technion" is a unique fund-raiser, since a portion of the
purse of S9.000 will go towards advanced study of worthy stu-
dents at the Israel Goldberg Electronics Center on the Haifa
campus.
Technion" (the horse, of course" received its name by a
joint resolution of the Board of Governors of the Institute and
at the same time, the Institute became a participant in the pro-
ceeds from all his winnings.
Israel Air Force
Seeking Maximum
Arms Independence
TEL AVIV (JTAi The Israeli Air Force has set Itself the
goal of achieving independence from outside sources "in as many
critical arms categories as possible,'' according to a senior Israeli Air
Force officer.
Speaking at the 16th annual conference on Aviation and As-
tronautics at the Tel Aviv Hilton Hotel, the officer cited the arma-
ment of Israeli planes as an example of what could be accomplished
in this field.
HE SAID that the Air Force had set itself even higher goals
and greater achievement! in the future. He noted that the IAF had
to adopt a oifferent strategy from that of any other Air Force,
and could not afford to take anything for granted.
The IAF*s policy of constant self-appraisal has led to major
modifications and improvements. He mentioned that one major prob-
lem facing the Air Force is the shortage of trained men.
By YITZHAK RAM
VNEW YORK (XA) Thirty district attoft** from through*
out the United States have sent a letter to President Hafez Assad
of Syria requesting that a delegation representing the National
District Attornevs Association be permitted to attend the trial of
four Syrian men. two of them Jewish, accused of murdering four
young Jewish women who tried to escape from Syria.
Sources in the Syrian Jewish
community in New York mean-
while said that the Damascus
authorities have dropped murder
charges against Yussuf Shaluh
and Azur Zalta in connection
with the rape slayings of the
four Syrian Jewish women. Sha-
luh and Zalta and two Syrian
non-Jews were accused originally
of murder and of attempting to
smuggle Syrian nationals to a
foreign count ry. The smuggling
charges have been continued
however against the two Jews.
THE LETTER was handed to
the Syrian United Nations Mis-
sion by Robert F. Leonard. Dis-
trict Attorney of Genesee Coun-
tv, Mich., vice president of the
NDAA.
According to Leonard, who ad-
dressed a press conference imme-
diately afterwards, the letter
was accepted by a Mission sec-
retary who promised that ;t
would be forwarded to Assad in
Damascus.
The district attorneys also re-
quested in their letter that the
Syrian government 'formally
sanction the admission of the in-
ternational press to observe and
attend the trial" and that the
NDAA delegation members be al-
lowed to serve as counsel for the
defendants "if they so desire."
Another request was that the
accused be assured of an oi>en
trial "with the application of all
internationally accepted stand-
ards of due process in such a
trial."
THE DISTRICT attorneys em-
phasized that they have taken no
position on the question of guilt
or innocence of the accused and
that their interest stemmed from
'Shalom Judaica' Offers A
Full Line Of Jewish Items
"Shalom Judaica," a complete
Jewish store in the Jewish tradi-
tion, has been opened by Leo and
Karen Katz at 2002 NE 164th St.,
North Miami Beach.
The store has a full line of
books, texts, records, posters,
needlepoints, holiday greeting
cards, art work, religious ar-
ticles, fine and fun gifts and Is-
raeli Imports, and the owners say
they look forward to serving the
entire Jewish community.
CRUISE SET The Urban
League and Radio Station
W< CN are sponsoring a dinner
cruise aboard the Jungle Queen"
Se;>t. 22 from 7 to 11 p.m.
CREDIT SEMINARS Flor-
ida Credit Institute is sponsoring
a public education program on
credit this month. W. Lee Lam-
bert and Concetta Edwards will
present thrice-weekly seminars
on credit problems through Sept.
25 at t;:;:? NE I6~th St. Pro-
grams are presented Tuesdays,
Wednesdays and Thursdays from
7:30 to 9:30 p.m.

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principles of due process and
right to a fair trial throw
the world."
Leonard said that Syria
an obligation to show the w
that this trial is handled fay
Quoting from the letter, he
that while "It is true that one,
the charges against these fo
defendants Is attempted smu
gling of Syrians nationals
foreign country, such a ch*
would raise many serious qu
tions to the international
munity regarding the free
to travel."
In that connection. Leo
quoted the United Nations
versa I Declaration of Hum
Rights, of which Syria is a |
natory. which guarantees J
right to leave any countnj
Brooklyn District Attorney &,'
gene Gold, one of the signersi
the letter, told the press corj
ence that "there can lie norm
ingful agreement between Isn
and Syria unless the Syrian)
ernment bears its lesiunsibj
as a civilized nation.'
HE SAID there were
similarities between the
ol Jew! in Syria an : those ml
Soviet Union. Gold is chain
of the Greater New
ference on Soviet Jewry
Other signatories
were Preston Trimble, of N'u
man. okla.. presid) nt
aa and the district atl
some of the nation's largest
some of the natioi
cities and counti.'< inrludinfi
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Lidclbergh Will be Remembered
As Hero Who Honored Nazis
, -iMnyniupuMmmW""r
NEW YORK (JTA) Charles A. Lind-
bergh, the aviation pioneer who died at his home
in Hawaii of cancer at the age of 72, is re-
membered by Jews as a sympathizer with the
Hitler regime in the late 1930s as a man who
accepted a medal from Hermann Goering and
refused to return it even after his own country
was at War with Germany; and as an advocate
of American non-intervention in World War II
who publicly accused American Jews of pushing.
the nation into war and called them a "danger"
t i their country because of 'their large ownef.
?hip and influence in our motion pictures, our
press, our radio and our government."
Despite that statement, which Lindbergh
i fe in a speech in Dos Moines, la., on Sept. 11,
1941. after naming "the British, the Jewish and
the Roosevelt Administration" as the groups seek-
ing American "entanglement in European af-
j," the flyer vigorously denied that he was
anti-Semitic.
NEW YORK Times writer Alden Whitman
led that when, in an interview with Lind-
t'.vo years ago. he put the question to him,
in Ibergh replied 'Good God, no" and cited
is !'ondness for Jews he had known or dealt
with."
According to Whitman and others who knew
bergh, the aviator had a "blind s;x>t" that
(I him to criticize Hitler's genocidal policies
at the same time supporting Nazi theories
ii lal elitism.
In his Des Moines speech. Lindbergh COH-
I, "NO person with a sense of dignity Oi man-
: can condone the persecution the Jewish race
ffered in Germany."
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BUT HE added. "Instead of agitating for
war, the Jewish groups in this country should
be opposing it in every possible way, for they
will he among the first to feel its consequences."
He preached to Jews that "tolerance is a
virtue that depends on peace and strength. A
few far-sighted Jewish people realize this and
stand opposed to intervention.
"But the majority still do not. Their greatest
danger to their country lies in their large owner-
ship and influence in our motion pictures, our
press, xtur radio and our government."
Lindbergh was, at the time of that speech, an
admired national hero whose 1927 solo flight
across the Atlantic and subsequent mapping of
international airline routes colored his remarks
with the enormous prestige of his exploits.
HE REKlsED to repudiate the Service
Cross of the German Eagle which Goering
awarded him in 1938 at the direction of Hitler
while on a visit to Berlin.
He said later that he felt Goering had given
him the awaid "with good intent and friendship"
and that he did not "want to throw it back in his
face" however much "I disagreed with him about
other things."
Lindbergh visited Germany several times
during the 1930s and expressed the view that the
Nazi Luftwaffe was unbeatable and that Ger-
many and Riitain should cooperate on the basis
of their racial ties against the menace of the
Soviet Union.
Neither those views nor his attitude towards
Jews were ever repudiated. He reaffirmed them
in his "Wartime Journals," published in 1970.
Ford Tells Syrian j
US. DeterminedJ
To Make Friends P
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Syrian Foreign Minister Abdel
Halim Khadam ended three days
of talks with American officials
here after being told by Presi-
dent Ford that the U.S. was
detei mined to strengthen rela-
tions with Syria and after Ford
raised the possibility of Amer-
ican aid for Syria.
However, although Khadam
concluded his visit with an un-
scheduled one-hour meeting with
Secretary of State Henry A. Kis-
singer, there was no communique
issued as there was at the end
of the recent visits of Egyptian
Foreign Minister Ismail Fahmy
and King Hussein of Jordan.
K-; r.si.'.GEP. UAU said earlier
that there had been no intention
of issuing a communique, and
U.S. officials stressed the absence
of an official statement did not
mean that the talks had flound-
ered.
However, during a dinner Fri-
day night, Kissinger in a toast
described the negotiations with
Syria as a "difficult process" al-
though he said Khadam's visit
had made a major contribution
toward restoring good relations
between Washington and Damas-
cus.
Khadam in a militant toast
also dec'arrd Svria's desire to es-
tablish "good relations" w#*
Washington which he said cou%8
"be based only on mutual re-
spect."
BUT HE also warned that
peace in the Middle East dependa
on Israeli withdrawal from oc-
cupied Arab lands. After an
earlier meeting with Kissingar.
Khadam, who is regarded a leadr
er of the radical Baath Party,
said his country favors a coa-
tinuation of the Mideast peace
negotiation:.
"We feel it is necessary *
give these efforts the opportunity
and the chance to achieve a per-
manent, durable and just peace,
he told reporters. Richard
Murphy, the newly-named U.S.
Ambassador to Syria, sat in oa
the meeting.
Meanwhile the State Depart-
ment sought to play down reports
that Syria had put its forces on
alert purportedly to counter Is-
raeli military moves.
KISSINGER told newsmen
that all he knew about it was
what he read in the newspai>ers.
Alfred Atherton, Assistant
Secretary for the Near East, said
he was "skeptical" about the
newspaper rei>orts.
Khadam's visit to Washington
is part of a series by Middle East
leaders to work out the next
stage in i>eace negotiations.
DEMOCRAT
Representative TCCfl
as worked for you
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PLATFORM
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of the Dolphin Expressway
Bill cosponsored by Rep. Cohen
...citation is presented by the late
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INCREASED AID TO SENIOR CITIZENS
CONTROL RATE HIKES BY PUBLIC
SERVICE COMMISSION
CRIMINAL JUSTICE LAWS TO
PROTECT THE PUBLIC
TAX REFORM TO AID CONSUMER
AND HOMEOWNER
PROMOTE "CLEAN" INDUSTRY
TO SPUR THE ECONOMY
INSURE FLORIDA AS "THE TOURIST
CAPITOL OF THE WORLD"
STRENGTHEN CONSUMER LAWS TO PROTECT
AGAINST MISLEADING ADVERTISING
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
MASS TRANSIT FOR HEAVILY
POPULATED AREAS
CUT COSTS OF GOVERNMENT BY
REDUCING SIZE OF LEGISLATURE
LAWS TO IMPROVE LANDLORD-
TENANT RELATIONSHIPS
REFORM OUR PRISON SYSTEM
"THE MAIN JOB OF
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TO PROVIDE AN ACTION PROGRAM'
FOR THE STATE
TO AID ITS CITIZENS
IN FIGHTING INFLATION
AND IMPROVING THE ECONOMY"
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May the Ford-Rockefeller 'Shiddaeh' be Blessed and Multiply
AT AN Oneg&babbat the one tea-drinker ask* I. "Do yoll think Ford
and Rockefeller aae good for the Jews?" j.
"What's good for the U.S.," was the re-
sponse, "is good for the Jews."
Amen, brother.
UWIIIMll I both Gerald Ford and Nelson
Rockefeller are very much at home at Jewish
gatherings.
At the very hour and day that President
Ford "unveiled" his vice presidential choice, he
was scheduled to be the speaker at the national
convention of the Jewish War Veterans of Amer-
ica in Philadelphia, and the printed program (a
collector's item now) lists him as such.
President Ford has addressed many Jewish
groups. In the "Algeminer Journal," a Yiddish
weekly, a front-page photo shows him wearing a
yarmulke.
One of Ford's speech-writers is Milton Fried-
man, a witty and able journalist who used to
write Washington dispatches for the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency.
-MAX FISHER, the prominent Detroit oil
man and a leader in almost every national Jew-
ish organization, is a close friend and Michigan-
der "landsman" of the President.
As for Rockefeller, a book could be written
about his Jewish involvements and associates.
K.>ck/'s campaigns on the Fast Side are'already
legendary;, such* foray, iej)J?te,^;itJj,rtlief cftndi*
date's mouth stuffed with Jewish maacholim, has
been termed a "blintzkrieg."
When Hitler struck. Rockefeller offered his
services to the UJA, before they came to him.
as chairman of a non-Jewish section of that great
philanthropic effort.
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Auschwitz Study
Sip There fan
Be No Second Holocaust
TVO COMBINATION of mind, heart, and soul seems
capable of providing any completely acceptable ex-
planation of the Holocaust despite all the serious
efforts made by conscientious persons.
Of these efforts, the one taking the form of a four-
day June. 1974, symposium on "Auschwitz: Beginning
of a New Era." at the Cathedral Church of St. John
the Divine, New York, is perhaps the most ambitious
and significant.
THE NIGHTMARE of the Hitler madness is too
much to be absorbed; the possibility of a modified but
deadly replay in the Middle East almost too fearsome
to mention.
For many Jews, the pronouncement at St. John's
by a famous survivor of the Sachsenhausen Concen-
tration Camp, Professor Kmil L. Fackenheim. who
teaches philosophy at the University of Toronto, will
be taken as the final word.
"The very attempt to justify the Holocaust and
explain it is obscene." he said.
And then: "A Jew is forbidden to give Hitler post-
humous victory, and to consent to despair is to give
that victory. The moral-religious contradiction can be
resolved only by affirmation that there can bo no sec-
ond Holocaust."
ANOTHER DRAMATIC pronouncement attend-
in.}; the New York conference could not be ignored
even by earnest Christiana and Jews who considered
it too hard-hitting, t<> al'iasi. too harshly arbitrary.
It came from the Catholic scholar. Prof. Rose-
mary R. Ruether of Howard University, who said: "It
was Christian theology which developed the thesis of
the eternal reprobate Status of the Jews In history
and laid the foundation for the demonic view of the
Jews which fanned the flames of popular hatred."
She urged fellow Christians to devise a modified
theology. Apparently, that formula would call for more
than discharge of the Jew from his scapegoat role
flowing from a 2000-year-old cry of deicide. Nor is it
clear how all the theologians now living can accom-
plish the rewriting of the Christian gospels.
LEAVING THE intriguing and memorable scene
at St. John tin' Divine for a moment, one is tempted
to suggest, at risk of oversimplification, that Hitle
Holocaust moment came when a confluence of dy-
namic factors took over.
The Fuehrer's psychic wounds had to find l>alm;
his =kil| in exploiting th" channelized wrath and long-
iting bigotry of bis brother and sister "Aryans"
reached it- apogee in the Holocaust; his powers as
indefatigable organizer and master propagandizer with
Ms to all the organs of communication were in full
play; and in Incredulous but disinterested world gave
him little of no interference.
AM) THE fire ne.vt time? Let all who are not
Jews know for certain that if there are to be new
Auschwitzes, the suffering will go far beyond Jewish
death and the killing of iron-Jews who happen to be in
the path of the juggernaut.
<^euiottr J^. aL^ieb
man
Some Varied
Personal Accounts
TLfEVER LEVIN, the peripatetic author whose
books range from "The Old Bunch" to his
almost epic "The Settlers," has provided a full
account of the battle over his dramatic version
Of the Diary of Anne Frank and its bowderliza-
tion and ultimate suppression.
"The Obession" (N.Y., Simon & Schuster,
$8.95. ".16 pp. i is. to a great extent, autobio-
graphical even though the book has all the ele-
ments of a novel: suspense, frustration, drama,
lathos, and an expose of an almost fascistic
control of the literary world by an autocratic
few.
Levin has compiled his account with his
usual verbal fluidity that makes the book grip-
ping and fast-moving.
IIALINA BIRENBAl.M provides a personal
do< umentation of Nazi terror in "Hope is the
Last to Die" (distributed by Twayne Publishers,
NY., no price. 246 pp.).
The book is translate.: from the Polish by
David Welsh. This is completely autobiograph-
ical. Coincidentally, the author is a cousin of one
of our local figures, Mrs. Walter (Hindi) Dia-
mond. *>
Halina and her brother are the only two
Survivors of more than 100 cousins of Hindi who
resided in Poland.
Halina lives in Israel with her husband and
her two children. Her book covers her life from
1939. when she was 10 years old, to 1945 when
she was liberated from the concentration camp
by the Soviet army.
THERE ARE some who cry. "Enough!
Enough!" when told that there is another book
about the atrocities of the Nazis. These people
forget that the books are written by survivors
and each account of a survivor is different. Only
the barbarism of the Germans is the same.
These books are needed as a reminder to
the public.in general and Jewish youth in par-
ticular that the holocaust is a fact. The transla-
tion appeaYs to be accurate and with good lit-
i ii y flair except for the excessive use of the
personal pronoun.
Jeb Stuart Magruder entitles his book, "An
American Life: One Mans Road to Watergate"
i NY.. Ath'eneum, $10., 33S pp.). The author was.
deputy director of the Committee to Reeled the
President..He was initially exposed by McCord's
letter to Judge Sirica. The book is as much a
political document as an autobiography,
ONCE ROCKEFELLER was a speaker at a
reception in the Ptara Hetel, fcew'York City, in
honor of Israel's then President, Zalman Shazar.
Your Excellency." began Rocky, "you and I
have something in common. Each of us must try
to satisfy two million Jewish voters." The qoip
brought the house down.
And a thousand times Rockefeller has been
subjected to the story of the man who came to
him and said. "Governor. I was born in Russia.
When I was in my cradle, my mother used to
sing a song to the effect that one day I'd be as
rich as a Rockefeller. Well. I've done pretty
well, even though I'm not a Rockefeller. But
one thing does surprise me and would have be-
wildered my mother. I never thought I'd be pay-
ing a Rockefeller his salary."
May the new shiddaeh flourish, and may all
of us be satisfied to help pay the wages of a
Foni and a Rockefeller.
VI!
I |
Big Names That
Made the News
Haifa
l>OSH HAsllONA is the occasion for our annual
review of the names which burst into Israel !
headlines and made the news during the past year,
Once listed in previous years, a name can not be in-
cluded again. Following are the top names for this
year in alphabetical order:
Shimon Agraaat. Chief Justice of the Israeli
Supreme Court, his name was given to the commission
he headed which investigated events leading up to the
Yom Kippur War. Findings of the Agianat Commis-
sion .shook the establishment and laid the ground for
a peaceful public revolution.
t) stuilumit Aloni surprised herself as well as the
political pundits when her newly formed Citizens
Rights Party diew enough votes to send her and two
colleagues to the Knesset. She became the second
woman in Israel, after Golda Heir, to serve in the
Cabinet.
Mottv Ashkenaz.v. It was his stubborn one-man
demonstrations in Jerusalem, day after day, that cre-
ated the heat and eventually brought the political
downfall of Moshe Dayan. Thereafter, his mission ac-
complished. Motty faded out of the public picture.
of the Yom Kippur War. the Agranat Commission held
him responsible for the failings that led up to the
surprise attack, and it was Gen. Eia/ar's head that
rolled,
Munich .liunili was a soldier of the War of
Liberation who scrawled his name on an old building
by the side of the road leading to Jerusalem. A new
ballad about the incident zoomed to popularity, and
Baruch Jamil] became a byword overnight.
Bears Kissinger. Anything that may be sail
about his role in bringing about the cease-fire agree-
ments with Egypt and Syria would fall short Ol the
spectacular reality. Whatever one might think of him,
Henry made the news this year'.
Duetts lilarxfeld. The '.">-vear-old German non-
Jev lah woman who has been lighting German courts
in \\ i battle to bring former Nazis to justice, has
won the hearts of Israelis. She personifies the hope
held by many that there is indeed a different German.
Israel Competes at Asia Games
Tel Aviv
I'HE LARUEST Israeli team ever to participate in
international sports has left tor Teheran for partici-
pation in the Seventh Asian Games through Sept. 16.
While there is no fear, there is a bit of appre-
hension concerning the safety ol the competitors, and
the delegation, consequently, includes a large number
of security people.
THE TOTAL number in the Israeli party comes
to 91 people. Yosef Inbar, president of the Israeli
Olympic Committee, ami Haim Glovinsky. executive
retary of the Committee, left for- Teheran earlier
in order to finalize all arrangements Kir the enter-
tainment of the Israeli contingent.
It is Interesting to note that among the 26 coun-
tries involved in the Games an four Arab state-:
Kuwait, Saudi Arabia. Iraq and Bahrein.
Shmuel I.alkin. chef d'misston for the Israelis.
who was in Teheran a week ago, indicated, "I do not
know ii the Arabs will comix I i : -t us. but Israeli
rtsmen will not withdraw from any event because
Arab athletes are lined up against them."
I.AI.KIN DOHCATBD thai the facilities for the
Games are among the finest in the world, and the
central stadium seats 100,000 spectators. Built at a
phenomenal expense, the indoor stadiums and swin>
.i DOOls are air conditioned.
So far as Israel's shames are concerned, the in-
dications here in Tel Aviv are that the team will re-
turn with several gold and silver medals.


Bay
September 6, 1974
Jewish ihrldlfan
Paqe 11-A
Nixon's Gone-But
The Old Problems
Ure Still Unsolved
By MAX LERNER
os Angeles Times Syndicate
fegW YORK "Why all this
[-conpratulation we are wal-
ling In?" a playwright friend
led the othor day. "Nixon is
but I hf problems haven't
In anywhere near solved."
lyou're right." was my answer,
lit it's pleasant to be back to
[,.. as usual."
IS a strange thing, but
is how we now define nor-
Ufe m our modern societies.
Imian Arnold, who moved
i law s.hool teaching to a job
IVashinu'ton under FDR, once
it pithily. "Government is
I one damned crisis after an-
jr."
rtraordinary ones come sep-
lei) by yeai-s or even decades
be wars, the depressions, the
(ile crises, the assassinations.
rban riots, the im[>eachmont
resignation crises.
|IE RISE! as usual change
i the months, even the weeks.
nun.her one crisis today is
kticm. Tomorrow it may be a
less arid if SO it will not
crisis as usual but an ex-
Irdinary one.
here is obviously a difference
teen the style of an Admin-
Ition and its substance.
I e of the Ford Adminis-
Idii has been set. It's easy-
|. informal, free-wheeling,
the Presi lent himself. But
n't reach to the sub-
Ice ol the decisions it is like-
make or even its ca-
. to make. Important deci-
well. We just don't know
>K THING we do know
ipenness as contrasted with
> of Nixon and his
In fact there have been
fa I tecent newsi aper stories
ihingtonclearly based
iformation supplied by the
i ind Mr. Ford about
the transition was made.
ley tell us alxnit how a little
gathered by Phillip Buchen,
I Ford's (dose friend, met se-
|y to plan for the transition
before Nixon resigned,
they laid 'out the lines of
|Ford's speeches, the theme
"healing" Administration,
d for leniency to draft re-
ley included everything that
|given a distinctive note to
oid's first davs and weeks
Bice.
kYBE THE stories tell us
|niin-h and too candidly, it
ipoint many to learn
Ithe main lines of Mr. Fold's
\- n ition were laid out tor
instead of having sprung
| sly out of his mind
. But no one any
pi" believes that a President
operation, doing
I' for himself.
lestroyed by what
I did, but he \\ as
man who chose that
if!, laid down their
lines and followed their ad-
MAX ItKNtR
If Mr. Ford can get good peo-
ple around him and follow their
advice, he deserves both the
praise and the blame for what
they do.
THE TEST will come with the
economy. It is no longer a ques- I
tion of whether the nation can
head off greater inflation but J
whether it can keep from falling j
into a serious depression.
There are enough signs of one ,
to send shivers down the spines
of otherwise unshive.able observ-
ers.
Which of us hasn't noted the
strange contradiction of a nation
relieved at riding out its consti-
tutional crisis but steeped in
bloom over Its economic state?
MOST PEOPLE, including my-
self, have notions of their own
about what is wrong with the
economy. Awhile ago we were a
nation of amateur constitutional
lawyers. Today we are nation of
amateur economists.
President Ford wants to be a
consensus President. Hence his
enthusiasm for an economic sum-
mit.
But this is one area where
what counts is not some public-
consensus on what the business-
men, labor leaders and profes-
sional economists think. Nothing
is clearer than the fact that they
are deeply divided.
To air their contradictory
views and try to pool them won't
get the nation out of its dol-
drums. It may make them worse.
1 HOPE and trust that there
is a group around President Ford
who will rely on something more
substantive than the public sum-
mit. We need a continuing, sus-
tained series of brainstorming
sessions, held quietly without
public fanfare.
They would include the best
academic thinkers and the best
men of action and not neces-
tartly the names that make a
noise in the nation. Let them
meet and stay in session until
they come up with something
workable. Then the summit can
grapple with it.
And I trust there will be po-
liticians and psychologists among
them. For I am convinced that
confidence is the ertUC of our eco-
nomic situation. Without it the
economists are blind men mum-
bling their secrets in a dark
room.
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REPORT OF NOMINATING COMMITTEE-GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
! accordance with the Bv-Laws of the Creator Miami Jewish Federation, the Nominating Committee is pleased
to present the followiiiq slate of nominations and appointments of Officers, Directors, Trustees and Governors
for election at the Annual Meeting of the General Assembly, Thursday, September 19, at 6:30 P.M. in the Carillon
iTtJtfM.
"Additional nominations for any of the foregoing may b i presented to the Secretary of Federation by petition
of any twenty-five members in qood standing, no less than five days prior to the Annual Meetinq of the Gen-
eral Assembly. Nominations shall not be made from the floor at the General Assembly or membership meeting."
PRESIDENT:
VICE PRESIDENTS:
SECRETARY:
ASSISTANT SECRETARY:
TREASURER:
ASSISTANT TREASURER:
Nominated
JULIUS DAR6KY
MRS. LEON*-- cIEOL*ND
TANLEY GILBERT
MOSES GRUNr-'vFOG
ARTHUR HOROWITZ
'OSEPH KANTER
DR. LEON KHONISH
*RS. BURTON LEVEY
RALPH LEVITZ
RICHARD D t PVV
BERNARD 6. MANDLER
MEL C. MORGENSTERN
STEPHEN MU66
CHARLES ROSENBERG
DAVID SCHAECTER
HOWARD SCHARLIN
""WARD SCOTT
IRVING WEXLER
REVA W^v c
A. B. WIENER
SAM BLANK. Chairman
LEONARD L. ABESS
SHEPARD BROAD
DAVID P. CATSMAN
LEO A. CHAIKEN
JOSEPH COHEN
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
EDMUND ANSIN
STANLEY ARKIN
J. WILLIAM BAROS JR.
DR. H. M. BAUMGARD
THEODORE BAUMRITTER
BERNARDO BENES
HERBERT BERNSTEIN
I. JERRY BLOOM
ELAINE BLOOM
MRS. ELSE BONEM
LIONEL BOSEM
MRS. RICHARD BRICKMAN
HERBERT BUCHWALD
SOL CENTER. M.D.
MRS. NORMAN H. COHAN
MARVIN COOPER
DAVID EGOZI
LEON J. ELL
BEN ESSEN
RICHARD ESSEN
MRS. AARON FARR
DR. GEORGE FELDENKRAIS
MAYSHE FRIEDBERG
MILTON FRIEDMAN
MORRIS FUTERNICK
SOLOMON GARAZI
OFFICERS
HARRY B. SMITH
L. JULES ARKIN. HARRY A.
"TON SILBERMAN. ELI Tl
MRS. SOL G^i nSTEIN
NORMA C. KIPNIS
SAMUEL I. ADLER
ROBERT TRAURIG
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Appointed by President
1 """ C"ASEN
RICHARD HAFT
MEL KARTZMER
RAFAEL KRAVEC
DONALD LEFTON
STUART ROTHCHILD
HERBERT SADKIN
KENNETH SCHWARTZ
MRS. MORTON SILBERMAN
MRS. MORTON L. WEINBERGER
LEVY. NORMAN LIPOFF
MO ER
as required in bv-laws
MRS. HARRY B. SMITHPresident
Women's Division
rc-Tc-o tf" lCollege Student
Representative
TRUSTEES
IRVING CYPEN
NATHAN H. DARSKY
LEO EISENSTEIN
SAMUEL FRIEDLAND
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
ANNA BRENNER MEYERS
BOARD OF GOVERNORS
NOMINEES AT LARCt
BURTON GOLDBERG
PETER GOLDRING
I ELY GOLDSTEIN
JERROLD GOODMAN
DR. ELLIOTT GORDON
ROBERT CRUDER
MARSHALL S. HARRIS
MORTON HII L
HOWARD J. HIRSCHFIELD
MRS. ARTHUR HOROWITZ
JERRV B. ISAN
MRS. JACK KATZMAN
CAL KOVENS
.EFFREY LEFCOURT
MRS. DONALD LEFTON
J. M. LELCHUK
MRS. RICHARD D. LEVY
MRS NORMAN LIPOFF
I. LEONARD LUR'A
MORTON MARCUS
MRS MORTON MARCUS
DR. AARON MEDOW
SAUL J. MORGAN
GEORGE MOVER
MRS STANLEY C. MYERS
DR JOSEPH R NAROT
IRVING NORRY
Past Presidents tor
Precedino Five Years
LAVID B. FLEEMAN
ROBERT RUSSELL
MILTON WEISS
rtst Prel'*teHonorary Members
SAM BLANK
A. J. HARR'S
SAM H. HEIMAN
HOWARD KANE
AARON M. KANNER
LEON KAPLAN
SIDNEY LEFCOURT
JOSEPH M. LIPTON
STANLEY C. MYERS
MAX OROVITZ
rAN B RUSKIN
WILLIAM D. SINGER
CARL WEINKLE
A. J MOLASKY
JOSEPH M. ROSE
JACK S. POPICK
MRS SAMl'E". SIMONHOFF
HARRY SIRKIN
MRS. CARL WEINKLE
EVAN OLSTER
ALBERT E. CSSlP
MORRIS RABINOWITZ
MRS. ROBERT RASKEN
i. -.S CHAKLES H. ROSENBERG
WILLIAM S. RUBEN
Mr%S ROBERT RUSSELL
IRVING SAAL
S. MARTIN SADKIN
SAMUEL T SHAPIRO
"ANK SCHNEIDER
MRS. HENRY SEITLIN
MENDELL M SE< 'G
FRED K. SHOCHET
ABE SOLOSKO
MRS JOSEPH R. STEIN
RABBI TIBOR STERN
CLIFFORD SUCHMAN
MRS. MIKE A. SUMBERG
JERRY SUSSMAN
HAROLD THURMAN
MRS. KENNETH TREISTER
SHIRLEY TRIN7
MORTON WEINBERGER
I EONARD WIEN. JR.
DR. ROBERT WOLF
LEONARD ZILBERT
CARL R. ZWtnNfK
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(aubjacl i" ensnare bj appoinun*m "i the mrmnT organisation]
AMERICAN FRIENDS OF HEBREW UN IVERSITYOA VID PERLMAN KRONlSH
AMERICAN FRIENDS OF HEBREW UNIVERSITY (WOM ENS DIVISION MRS. LEON KRONlSH
AMERICAN JEWISH COM MITTEEJOEL HIRSCHHORN ____ ,.C.UIT,
AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS. SOUTH FLORIDA COUNCILDR. M A X A. LIPSLM i i i KAPLAN
AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS .WOMEN'S DIV. A AFFILIATED CHAPTERSI-MRS. IRVING
AMERICAN MIZRACHI WOMENFLORIDA COUNCI LMRS. ALFRED STONE
AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TECHNION. S. FLORIDA REGION-NORMAN JKASSEH c,RKIN
AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TECHNION (WOMEN'S D'V.. S. FLORIDA REGION)-MRS. MILTON Hmm
ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE OF B'NAI BRITH GEORGE BERNSTEIN
BETH DAVID CONGREGAT ION H EP.SCH E L ROSENTHAL
BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATIONJOSH REPHUN
BETH JACOB CONGREGATIONW'LL'AM G MECHANIC
BETH KODESH CONGREGATION FRED OCHS
BETH TORAH CONGREGATIONSY ROSEN .,-
B'NAI B'RITH COUNCIL OF SOUTH FLORIDA LOD~.ES FRED SNYDER
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN'S COUNCIL OF MIAMI BEACH MRS. MILTON SANI
B'NAI B'RITH YOUTH ORGANIZATIONBARRY T. GURLAND r-OMMITTEE
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY. GREATER MIAMI CH APT ER. N AT'L WOM EN S COM M I I I tfc
MRS. SIDNEY M. SCHWARTZ
CENTRAL AGENCY FOR JEWISH EDUCATIONAL OSSIP
FARBAND LABOR ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AM EF'CAJOSEPH P. ZUCKERMAN
GREATER MIAMI HEBREW FREE LOAN ASSOCIATONDR. NATHAN K. SPECTOR
HADASSAH .MIAMI CHAPTER)MRS. BERNARD MANDl:ER
HADASSAH (MIAMI BEACH CH APTER1-M RS. EMANUEL MENTZ
HEBREW EDUCATORS ALLIANCE OF GREATER MIAMI-MRS. JULI US SUK EN I K
HILLEL JEWISH STUDENT CENTERALFRED GOLDEN
ISRAEL HISTADRUT COUNCIL OF SOUTH FLORIDAMOE LEVIN
SSIB cCo0KnN!tTv- 8.38 of- SS3! -or!d7^meK^ LEE SHAPIRO
jf wi's-h1 KBitf anNd ft5SS Wjg^W^5^Sga. Stanley gilbert
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND COUNCIL OF GREATER MIAMIJAY DERMER
JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICEH FRBERT BIUMBERQ
JEWISH WAR VETERANSAINSLEE R. FERDIE
gift! ESS Some and Sosp'itSl fSr tSI aged. Kc^S^'aSx. affiliated aux,
mrs. sol sii-verman
m^nt Ii'SaV SId^l- CCeW^<^^^^
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN (GREATER M .AMI SECTION >-JUDY M. Gl LBERT
PIONEER WOMEN (AND AFFILIATED CHAPTERS)-M RS. MILTON GREEN
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION OF GREATER MIAMI-RABBI RALPH P. KINGSLEY
TEMPLE BETH AM-WILLIAM SANES
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM-I AM ES S KNOPK fc HAPIRO
TEMPLE EMANUEL OF M'AMI BE A CH H ERRERT S SHAPIRO
TEMPLE TSRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI-EDWARD COHEN
TEMPI E .IUDEA OR. CLIFFORD MARKS
TEM"LE MFNORAH ROBERT L. SIEGEL
TEMPLE NER TAM ID-EM ANU EL GL ATT cfHWARTZ
TEMPLE S'NAI OF NORTH DADEKENNETH J. SCHWARTZ
TEMPLE ZION ARTHUR BLOOM
lA/nMFN'C AMERICAN ORT S E. FLORIDA REGIONMRS SYDNEY KRONlSH
W2wl?,-I fcariiFFOR CPNSERVAT'VE JUDAISMMRS MORTON LEVIN
WO^N-f "aGuI fSS fsRAEL TaW A FFI L A T F D CHAPTERSI-MRS. MEYER I. RESNICK
WORKMENS'CIRCLE BRANCH 692MORRIS L. POLIN
VIVO INSTITUTE FOR JEWISH RESEARCH ISR A E L STE INBAUM
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI DR. NORMAN A. BLOOM
TinNI'T oROANI7AT'ON OF AMERICA. nRAMDE'S mcTRICT LCI IS HOBE"MAN
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Poge 14-A
fiJUtf /fcrJHtor
Friday, September 6
Rabbi Warns of Counterfeit Mezzuzahs
EDITOR, The Jewish Fleridian:
The Orthodox Rabljinkal
Counciliof Greater Miami is is-
f suing i\arning against the pur-
chase of counterfeit Mezuzohs.
The Laws of Mezuzoh are bas-
ed upon the biblical edict requir-
ing a handwritten parchment
scroll containing two chapters of
Deuteronomy to be affixed upon
the doorposts of one's house.
IT HAS been observed that
some book stores, gift shops,
house furnishing stores, and even
candy stores have been selling
Mezuzoh cases into which have
been placed imitation printed pa-
per scrolls.
These unscrupulous merchants
can reap an enormous illicit prof-
it in such sales. Hundreds of
counterfeit Mezuzohs can be pro-
duced for what it would cost to
produce one authentic hand-writ-
ten scroll on parchment.
Tne council asks all consumers
not to be fooled by the appear-
ance of the outer case, as pretty
as it may be. but to inspect the
scroll and make sure it is ge-
nuine.
A MEZrZOH on the doorpost
is a religious observance and pro-
tects the home. A counterfeit
Mezuioh has no religious signifi-
cance and affords no divine pro-
tection.
Pressure will be placed upon
the dishonest merchant through
governmental action and thiough
economic boycott until this abo-
minable practice is stopped.
PHINEAS A. WEBEBMAN,
BABBI
Secretary
Orthodox BahMnical Council
of Greater Miami
EDITOB, The Jewish Klorldlan:
Hadassah national headquar-
ters in New York is the recent
recipient of a letter typed in He-
brew which I believe ought to be
shared with the public.
"To the Hadassah staff in New
York: We send you our greetings
at this time, when freedom
means so much to the Jewish
people. What we did, we did for
you, as well as for Israel. Thank
you for helping us to express our
gratitude. We appreciate all you
are doing for us."
the lettkk was signed,
simply but poignantly. From the
wounded soldiers in Hadassah."
This Utter was t. ed by a
wounded veterans lying in his
v ard in the Hadassah Hebrew
University Medical Hospital in
Jerusalem. He used a portable
ewriter donated to the wound-
ed soldiers by tin1 staff of Hadas-
sah in New Y( k ,
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The typewriter was on a spe-
cial rolling table, which fitted
neatly over the bed at the right
level for typing.
His burned hands were still
weak from the various operations
they had undergone, and he
typed with deep concentration,
slowly, letter by letter, the
therapist helping him where nec-
essary-
THE MONEY, donated by Jew
and non-Jew alike, was sent to
YAAL. the Women's Auxiliary of
Hadassah Hospital.
YAAL had added to the funds
and had the table made. This
serves not only to enable the
veteran to type his letters while
confined to his bed. but also
serves as occupational therapy.
MBS. M. W. ELLISON
Miami Chapter ot Hadassah
EDITOB, The Jewteh Floridian:
The ship Mefkure." carrying
more than 300 would-be immi-
grants to Israel, left the Rum-
anian port on August 10, 1944.
COHEN: Plea
To Cast Ballot
On Tuesday
Continued from Page 1A
er anti-war measures daring the
last session and while he couldn't
muster any votes tor them there
is little doubt of the high esteem
in which he is held 1
any of them as
:-'. as he is dovish.
As we appear heeded tor eco-
nomic troubles thei are
bled by the
that anti-semitisni will follow in
the wake of those prol we
; relj eno ;l tustoi i t]
cam for concern. Whu :i me
i ne that we ews 1 I I ave
... this election next 1
not. I hasten 1 an eth-
nic 'lie. i ui
belii -. e ta prin-
rider
spered ii
Igii n of a
i atte is to
re Jewish voter than any other
ethnic group. We have vot
a ies an i the
I this ca 'iot
; L at y it
to vote DM : i>. as
is. as Je\
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announcing
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sponsored by
South Florida Rabbinical Assembly
For Information Write:
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An: J. C. D.
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Two days later, she became the
victim of German L-boats.
With her sank the 300-plus
souls, young and old. concentra-
tion and forced labor camp in-
mates ^ho had^mtil then some*
how managed to survive.
All had attempted to trade
their obvious fates at the hands
of the Nazis for the relative free-
dom of Palestine. Instead of free-
dom they found an early watery
grave,
AMONG THEM was my
brother. Mendel, his wife, Sara,
and their two daughters.
When he was told in Bucharest
that he had an opportunity clan-
destinely to emigrate with his
family, his choice was to go to
Palestine, the dangers notwith-
standing.
They hardly had time for fare-
wells, saying only that after the I
war we will all be together in
Israel."
Mendel's cardinal wish was to
reach Israel, to help the forces j
against fascism and to liberate
the Jews of Europe. He left one
port but never reached the other.
The sea devoured not only the
lives of the voung. but of the
parents, as well.
THEIB MEMOBIAL is not of
marble or beaten gold. Rather it i
is in a vital and free Israel in
which they believed. Theirs was
a dream, since they neither ex- j
perienced walking the land as i
they were suddenly wrenched to '
an early grave en route to it, j
nor realized the political birth of
a Jewish state.
If the above story were not
personal enough, the fact is that
we also, my wife, my son and 1.1
were to take passage on the ill-
fated "Mefkure."
The sudden illness that struck
ny son precluded our embarking,:
as there weren't adequate medi-
cal facilities aboard for his treat-
ment.
We remained behind, and we
remained alive. It fell to us the
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Friday. September 6, 1974
"Jfwisti FkrkBan
Page 15-A
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.-.-.
U.S. HASN'T BlfN ABIE TO USE CLOUT
Cyprus Opens Pandora's Box
Of Danger to Mideast Peace
Continued from Pag 1-A
east peace talks?; and if Turkey
was able to ignore the peace
talks and grab some 40 percent
i ,f Cyprus, what will prevent the
Arabs from pursuing a similiar
policy toward Israel in the fu-
ture?
In short, just how willing is
the I-'.S. at this time to become
involved in pulling some one
,.,.- s'political chestnuts out of
tbe fire?
MOKKOVKR, if the U.S. has
been involved in a juggling act
ietween two indispensaLle allies
Greece and Turkey what
are the chances for a straight-
: rward l'.S. poUoy in the Mid-
Kissfhger has served notice all
gh t:ie Cyprus crisis that
the world should not expect the
: S. i" intervene every time
, is a crisis ami that
ersonally has no intention of
takmt; ytpeniibility for resolv-
ing nil eoiifllcts.
The Secretary made this pain-
clear when he told an
American Legion convention in
Miami Beach that the American
attitude towards turmoil in
Dianx Jiai ts of the world, includ-
ing Cyprus, would be "that we
cannot" be the world's policeman
i t that we will always listen to
:cmson.
.'We will act in foreign policy
as- trustees of the future, con-
scious that we will be judged on
how well we built an enduring
peace and not how often we bow-
ed to emotional demands of the
fi'i.'wrrt:"
ACCORDING to observers, Is-
rael can draw little consolation
from this statement in view of
her own imperative needs. The
: ase ex;>erienced in Israel
what appears to be a new
Washington line on international
conl licts was echoed last week by
Rabbi Israel Miller, chairman of
the Conference of Presidents of
American Jewish Organi-
zai ions.
He told reporter! representing
Israeli and Jewish press that
he was concerned over events In
- beca ise the mystique of
. er has worn off and b*>
nati >!i With military
. resents facts as Tux-
i done and the world

- n ol Cyprus is a les-
.- one source noted, ot
U.S diplomacy, tl
I a oten-
l tro after Archbishop
rios was overthrown and
I, almost indif-
nl v id the U.S disi
Turkey enlarged its hold
I : a after the I reak
; rneva ;>eace talks two
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Another observer noted that
the Soviet Union's proposal for
an international conference
which calls for all 15 members of
the United Nations Security
Council. Greece and Turkey and
Greek and Turkish Cypriotes
to take over the task of seeking
a solution for divided Cyprus
may also be a harbinger of Sovi-
et demands in the Mideast peace
talks.
"If the U.S. has not been able
to use its clout with Turkey what
will she do if Russia flexes her
political muscles regarding fu-
ture Mideast talks?" this ob-
server asked. "If America
knuckled under once, will she do
it again?" Influential European
analysts have noted in the past
two weeks that if the example
of Turkey ignoring the Geneva
peace talks and flaunting them
with a military fait accompli
is successful, "it woul have dev-
astating consequences."
THKRE IS already widespread
anger and mounting anti-Ameri-
can feelings in Greece and Cy-
prus. These feelings reached a
tragic climax last Monday when
l'.S. Ambassador Rodger Paul
Davies was shot to death when
an angry crowd of Greek Cy-
priotes stormed the U.S. Embas-
sy building in Nicosia to protest
U.S. policy in the strife between
Greece and Turkey.
The U.S. has also been a tar-
get of demonstrators in Athens.
An Associated Press photo from
the Greek capital several da.-s
ago showed a group of demon-
m Washington that may try to
force the Jewish State to sur-
render to Arab demands in order
strators holding a placard read-
ing, "Kissinger Killer."
These feelings nave also spilled
over into anti-Israel feelings. The
JTA reported from London at
least one leading Athens nevvs-
pajier repeatedly refers to Kis-
singer as "the German Jew Kis-
singer."
The Aug. 16 .-ditorial of the
left-wing daily, "Athenaiki." ac-
cused the U.S. of having treated
the Greek government and peo-
people as serfs," and declared:
"We no longer want to be the
sole mean- of survival' for any
more Israels."
FOB ISRAEL, therefore, the
crisis in Cyprus underscores its
own vulnerability should the t'.s.
find it ei to adopt a policy
ol nriifferei to
(licts i 'in; settle I b force
-, .a, 11 note thai Is i
i. [| i n to mder whi ther the
US [n to il andon
Its |nl c immitn ents to
help achieve eao In conflict-
torn an n '" reas""'
h.r relationships between former
friends ai d toes.
If the frier. Ishlp the U.S. had
for Greece over the did
not prevent her from stopping
Turkey's military inroads on Cy-
prus rnigW not the U.S. ad
similar stance In the future
Soviet Deal
Appears Set
should the Arabs make similiar
inroads in Israel?
Observers also note that Israel
is beginning to feel that there are
forces in the new Administration
to offset its diplomatic setbacks
in Cyprus.
This feeling was underscored
last Sunday when President Ford
and King Hussein signed a joint
communique in Washington call-
ing for continuing consultations
between Amman and Washing-
ton "with a view to addressing at
an appropriately early date the
issues of particular concern to
Jordan, including a Jordanian-Is-
raeli disengagement agreement."
ISKAKI. AND Jewish leaders
in the U.S. have indicated that
the U.S. is being "too friendly"
to the Aralis.
Miller, for example, noted that
U.S. statements after Adminis-
tration officials conferred with
Hussein anil Egyptian Foreign
Minister Ismail Fan my went be-
yond "good friendship."
Israelis are wondering whether
in the future if the U.S. is forced
to choose between her indisiwns-
able all.- Israel and her new
found friends among the Arabs.
the Middle East will become an-
other "Cyprus test" for the U.S.
Will Israel be viewed as another
U.S.?
No one is claiming that the
U.S. will permit the Arabs to cut
a swath through Israel as it has
by inaction permitted Turkey to
do in Cyprus.
BIT TI1K gnawing question is
there, observers note, and it is
exacerbated by the ambiguity in
Kissinger's speech to the Amer-
ican Legion in his statement that
"for the Arabs there can be no
peace without a recovery of ter-
ritory and the redress of griev-
ances of a displaced people. For
Israel, peace requires both se-
curity and recognition of its
neighbors of its legitimacy as a
nation."
Meanwhile Syria is being arm-
ed to its eyeballs by the Russians
while the U.S. is plaving down re-
ports of this development. Israel
lias conducted a mobilization of
its reservists, and war tensions
are gripping all the nations of
the Middle East
Less than a year after the Yom
, Wai. Israel is entering
a new year taught with uncer-
tain! and fear.
White House Notes
High Holy Days
WASHINGTON (JTA) In planning the summit con-
ference to combat inflation, the White House has cancelled a
preliminary meeting for Sept. 17 and 18 because those dates con-
flicted with the observance of Rosh Hashona, a White House
spokesman said. The new dates for the preliminary session will
be announced soon. The summit itself was moved up to Sept.
27 because the White House noted Yom Kippur is observed the
day before.
Israel Complains
Soviet Warships
Violate Suez Waters
TKL AVIV -- (JTA) Israel complained to the United
Nations Emergency Force that Soviet warships have twice vio-
lated Israel-controlled waters in the Gulf of Sue/.
The complaint was lodged by defense Minister Shimon
Peres and Chief of Stafl Gen. Mordcchai Gur with Gen. Ensio
Siilasvuo, the UNEF commander.
THEY SAID the violations occurred when two Russian
mine-sweepers approached within three miles of the Sinai coast
in an area known as the Morgan Straits.
The officials stressed that Israel took a serious view of the
violations. Israel complained earlier this month that Russian
helicopters had violated Its air space over Sinai,
An Israeli source said later that Israel was ready to co-
operate in removing mines from the Gulf of S,.e/, provided the
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Jewish FloiridiaKi
Friday. September 6, 1974
Section B
ibess* Alper And Talianoff
ppointed Honorary Chairmen
ISL
nard L. Abess, William M
and George J. Talianoff
en appointed honorary
en of the Florida Chapter
e Society of Fellows of the
|'. famation League of B'nai
The ai)pointments were
need by Richard Kssen,
Irman of The Society of
;- m
\ :onner chairman of ADL's
Regional Board, Mr.
as heon associated with
I [ue in a variety of load-
-itiens. The donor of
coveted an-mal Human
ons Award which bears his
he is chairman of the
.; the City National Bank
and has been recognized
ntly lor achievements as a
isine8 9 leader and philan
Alper hai: been active in
I
the leadership of the Society and
of ADL for many years. Current-
ly serving on the Executive Com-
mittee of the ADL Regional
Board, he is a past chairman of
that Board. He served as the
1972 chairman of The Society of
Fellows, is a National Commis-
sioner of the League and a mem-
ber of its Latin-American Affairs
committee. A prominent attor-
ney, he is a principal in the law
firm of Sams, Anderson, Alper
& Post.
Mr. Talianoff. a prominent ?.Ii-
omi Beach attorney and civic
leader, served as chairman of the
Florida Chapter of The Society
of Fellows in 1969, 1970 and
1971. He has been closely identi-
fied with the Anti-Defamation
League and its parent organiza-
Intensive Fall Campaign Is
Planned For Israel Bonds
major events already
ii scheduled for the fall
I'.onds campaign making
LEONARD LURIA
year's effort the most inten-
sive in history, it has been
revealed by Leonard Luria. chair-
man of the Advisory Committee
of the Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization.
In addition to 15 synagogue
dinners, major functions will be
held by the Miami Beach chap-
ter of Hadassah. American
Mizrachi Women, the Home Fur-
nishings Industry, and the Cu-
ban-Hebrew community. Tho
liadition.il Chanukah Festival
for Israel will be held Dec. 18.
Several hi-rise dinners have also
been scheduled.
"We must do our utmost dur-
ing the coming months to gear
Greater Miami's campaign for is-
rael l>>nds to the highest pos-.
Bible level," Luria said. "We must
help Israel meet the problems of
pexstwar recovery as well as
create jobs for new immigrants."
The fall campaign for Israel
Bonds is being kicked-off with
High Holiday appeals in many
area synagogues with special [
emphasis on the enrollment of I
"Shromrei Yiarael" iGuardians,
of Israel', purchasers, of $1,000
or more in State of Israel Bonds.
40,000
happy people
in Rossmoor
communities
ean't be wrong!
nossmoor
JrOCONl'T CHEEK
P AT EXIT 24 ON THE TURNPIKE
tion, B'nai B'rith, and is National
Chairman of the League's Com-
munity Service Committee.
Mr. Talianoff is a member of
ADL's National Commission and
its Executive Committee. He
served for many years as chair-
man of the Florida Regional
Board of the League and was a
member of ADL's National Ad-
visory Council. He is also past
president of the Florida State As-
sociation of B'nai B'rith Lodges.
Mr, Essen also announced that
the Dupont Plaza Hotel will be
the scene of the kick-off" lunch-
eon of the 1974 membership cam-
paign of the Florida Chapter of
The Society of Fellows of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith Wednesday noon. This
luncheon meeting will be held in
conjunction with ADL's Execu-
tive Committee meeting.
Operating with the authoriza-
tion of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, The Society of
Fellows is endeavoring to enroll
new members whose support will
help immeasurably the continuity
ot the multi-laceted programs of
the League.
The Society of Fellows is a
leadership group whose members
work to promote ADL's local and
national programs. Members of
the Society sponsor special ADL
activities and accord fitting rec-
ognition and public honor !> in-
dividuals for generosity and
meritorious service,
GEORGE ;. TAUANOff
LEONARD I. ABtSS
E. Albert Pallot has been appointed cochairman of the B'nai
B'rith Humanitarian Award dinner honoring Archbishop
Coleman F. Carroll, Dec. 3, at the Eden Roc Hotel. Serving
with Al Pallot as cochairman, is Joseph M. Fitzgerald of
Corel Gables. Shown congratulating Mr. Pallot (left), are
Jay Markowitz, district fund raising chairman; and lack J.
Spitzer, chairman of the National Fund Raising Cabinet of
the B'nai B'rith Foundation. David M. Biumberg, Interna-
tional President, will be here to mcke the presentation to
'.he Archbishop.
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Friday, September 6, ]mt
Beth Torah's Selichot Services
To Be Preceded By Installation

The Penitential Selichot Serv-
ice, ushering in the Days of Peni-
tence and the High Holy Days,
will take place at Beth Torah
Congregation at midnight Sat-
urday.
Services will be conducted by
Dr. Max A. Lapschitz. and chant-
ed by the Cantor Jacob Mendel-
son, assisted by a new 30 voice
Young Aiiult Choir and Choral
G.-oup under the direction of
'Cantor Mendelson ami Gretta
Fleissig.
Preceding this service, the
congregation will hold its annual
installation exercises at 10:30
p.m.. following a reception at
9:30 p.m. in the Social Hall. Rab-
bi Lipsehitz will install the of-
ficers of the congregation. Mollie
Kahaner Sisterhood, and Men's
Club.
Reelected as president for the
second year, is Seymour Rosen.
who has served the congregation
as executive vice president and
as a member of various commit-
ttes for the past 15 years.
Vooghn Announces Candidacy
Lilis Vajghn, Congressional
Representative in charge of Rep.
Claude Pepper's district office,
has announced his candidacy as
a Delegate to the Mid Term
Democratic Party Conference
f,om the 14th Congressional Dis-
trict. Two dfleeates will be elect-
ed from the 14th Congressional
District at the first primary elec-
tion which will take place "lues-
das.
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The reelected Sisterhood presi-
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The Executive Committee of
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Katz, executive vice president;
Irving Kuttler, religious vice
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shall Baltuch. membership vice
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Davd Misonznick. treasurer;
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Mrs. Milton Hornstein, recording
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Judge Arthur Winton. Board of
P.rectors-Trustees chairman.
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Jackson, Dinitz, Other Notables
Will Address Hadassah Confab
via seg*#fw >!;,
I n. Wash, i and Simeha
j Israel Anil assador to the
ties, will address the
plenary of Hadassah's
. I ;,| national convention
; S.M p.m.. at the Mar-
il Hotel in Atlanta.
at/kin. national pretl-
lassah. has announced
ire especially pleased to
: Jackson with us at this
Mrs, Matzkin said, "be-
caU3 d1 his important role in the
I Senate leadership and his dew
i human rights for all peo-
AMISASSADOR DINITZ was
I, political advisor and di-
general of Premier OMda
nee.
S ime 2,500 delegates, repre-
senting 325,000 members
[houl the United States
and Puerto Rico will attend the
convention through
Sepl 11.
meted in 1912. Hadassah is
th |ai jest women's voluntary
il ii in in the country.
I- :- also the largest Zionist
blink in the world today and
ire than $20 million an-
for its health, educational.
, sodal welfare and
lemption programs in Is-
: for iis education and
j -Migrants in the United
Si
, iiiition to hewing eports,
ncBjecttno, plans, and participat-
minars and workshops,
I! Mntaldn said that '".10 del-
- will honor distinguished
Igi -- and hear addresses by
g nn cut leaders and interna-
tl i authorities in the fields of
H i: issa i's actlvitiee.
JERUSALEM MAYOR Teddy
K 11 '.-. will be given Hadassali's
Ighest honor. the Henrietta
Award, at the convention
banquet on Tuesday at 8:30 p.m.
Last year, the honor was. given
\ t the Dutch people and the gov-
: 'he Netherlands
Award, established in
isually conferred upon
ished personality.
P ious recipients include the
: Ben-Gurion, H-ury S.
Eleanor Roosevelt and
|1 (child family.
. XPERTS who will address
; nai lea an woi k-
h le Dr. Rasiii Fein,
of the econ ii :. of
'.' the Harvar I Scl '
ne and Public Health;
lin -
rrr~"
Judge Murray Goodman has
I been appointed chairman of
the Douqlas Gardens Out-
I patient Mental Health Cen-
ter Committee. This program
Ivr Under the ausPices me
Miami Jewish Home and Hos-
[P"al for.the Aged and is
jPnsored by the Greater
I'Miami Jewish. Federation,
I United Way of Dado County
land the Dade County Men-
tal Health! Board.
MAt 0k TEDDY KOLLiK
tor-general, Hadassah Medical
Organization in Israel; I. L.
Kenen, chairman, American Is
rael Public Affairs Committee
and editor of the "Near East Re-
port";
Hyman Bookbinder, Washing-
ton representative, American
Jewish Committee; Rabbi Mords>
chai Waxman, spiritual leader of
Temple Israel, Great Neck. N.Y.,
and president of the Rabbinical
As'Lmbly, the organization of
Conservative rabbis;
Debera Sharpc. coordinator of
program development and voca-
tional research. Georgia Dept. of
Education; Zeev Saidi, director,
Hadassah Vocational Guidance
Institute, Israel; and Rep.
Charles Wilson iD.. Tex..
OOV. AND MBS. Jimmy Car-
ter, will be guests at the pre-con-
vention Shahbat dinner of the
national board this evening
(Sept. tii before the convention.
The Governor will extend greet-
i Hadassah.
Each year, the new Hadassah
Fashion Show from Israel is pre*
mlered at convention before it
tours the country. The clothes,
designed and executed by stu-
dents at the Hadassah Seligsberg/
Brandeis High School in Jeru-
salem, feature elaborate beaded,
sequined and embroidered eve-
ning clothes, reflecting the color
and styles of the Middle East;
chic day-time dresses; and un-
usual ports attire.
Some of the fabrics are loomed
by the students. The show will
be produced and accessorized by
Regenstein's of Atlanta under
the direcMon of Mrs. Grace
Smith.
TWO FILMS will also be pre-
viewed: "Part of Them is Me."
a half-hour "cinema verite"
about a music teacher who works
with diaadvantagad teen-agers in
Youth Aliyah day centers; and
"Moscow Doesn't Answer." an
Israeli documentary about Soviet
Jews.
Throughout the convention,
thousands of Hadassah delegates
and guests will visit the Display
Hall to see the latest audio-vis-
ual aids and displays available
to their chanters.
SEN. HENRY JACKSON
SIMCHA DINITZ
Mclver Seeks Election As Group 12 Circuit Judge
Richard M. "Dick" Mclver is Mclver is a graduate of the Uni-
seeking election to the Group 12 versity of Miami School of Law
Circuit Court seat in next week's and nol(Js memberships jn niany
balloting.
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County for the past 19 years, Mr. organizations he.-e.
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.1974
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Habif To Head Cuban Hebrew
Campaign For Israel Bonds
VORtUO HABIf
no Habif, prominent .lew-
nit, leader, has been
n sident of the 1974 Cu-
e cam; aign for State
: Bonds. He succeeds Dr.
i Tachmes, who served as
<>i last year's drive.
in; ilie announcement was
M I'.iison, executive di-
of the Greater Miami Is-
Bond Organization, who
that the Cuban-Hebrew
_:n will l>e highlighted
in Israel Dinner of State
Oct. 26 at the Eden
tel.
Parson stressed that the Israel
Bond drive in the Cuban-Hebrew
community of Greater Miami
represent! one of the most cru-
cial components for the over-all
success ol the campaign. "The
quality of their participation un-
der Habifs chairmanship will
help determine the kind of year
this will be for the State of Is-
rael," lie said.
Habif, who headed the Cuban-
Hebrew campaign for Israel's
economic development two years
ago, is a vice president of Suave
Shoes' Import Division. Active in
the Israel Emergency Fund-Com-
bined Jewish Appeal campaign,
he is a member of the Sephardic
Jewish Center (of which his
father. Isaac, is president), the
Cul an Hebrew Congregation,
and Temple Menorah.
Before leaving Havana some
12 years ago, Habif was active on
behalf of many Jewish and com-
munity causes in Cuba. At the
age of 15, he founded the Alumni
Association of the Jewish School
of Havana. Three years later he
organized the Youth Organiza-
tion of the Community Center,
and later founded and served as
technical director of the Center's
Sunday School
The first meeting of the Cu-
ban-Hebrew campaign committee
was held this week at the Hyatt
House.
Beth David Sisterhood will begin the year with a member-
ship luncheon Wednesday, at 10:30 a.m., at Beth David
South, 7500 SW 120th St., with Mrs. Phyllis Miller, a mem-
ber of the Dade County School Board, speaking on the Jew-
ish Woman's Role in Education. The membership committee
includes (from left) Mrs. Philip Medwin, Mrs. Mendsll Selig,
Mrs. Bert Saul, Mrs. Michael Krissel, Mrs. Donald Tescher
and Mrs. Philip Bergman.
Rabbi Michael B. Eisenstat
; To Be Installed By Jndea
J dea will hold its first
re A'.ship service for the
J974-75 year at 8:15 p.m. Friday.
Participants in a ceremony at the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy in which 93-year-old Jacob Cole turned over a
new ambulance to the American Red Magen David for
Israel congratulate the supporter of Israel's official Red
Cross service. From left are Howard Kaufman, president of
the Greater Miami chapter; Mr. Cole; Samuel Reinhard,
Florida state chairman of the American Red Magen David,
and David Coleman, state president.
*ABBI MICHAEL I. HSINSTAT
[Rabbi Michael B. Eisenstat will
le formally installed as the spir-
itual leader of Temple Judea dur-
ing this service.
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard,
the senior rabbi at Temple Beth
Am. South Miami, will conduct
the installation service and will
gve the installation address.
Rabbi Sanford M. Shapero, di-
jctor of the Southeast Council
of the Union of American He-
brew Congregations, will bring
[greetings from the Reform Con-
gregations in the Southeast
StatCS,
A creative Shabbat Service,
written by Rabbi Eisenstat will
te used for this worship. Cantor
Rita Shore and the Temple Choir
iw"l Participate in the liturgical
[portions.
1 'll'i Eisenstat served as Rab-
I'1 ol Temple B'nai Sholom,
IHuntsvUle, Ala., for four years
11 nor to serving Temple Judea as
I the Interim Rabbi for 1973-74.
ie and his wife, Nancy, are the
parents of two children.
The installation and worship
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AUrrrs Fwttrnick
I 3 Young Leaders
To Receive Awards
Three dedicated young Miami
Jews will be honored Thursday,
tseft. is*, as recipient* of the
Presidents' Leadership Awards
for 1974.
Morris Futernick. Estabell H.
Gettis and Howard F. Scott will
te recognized for their outstand-
ing contributions to Jewish com-
munity leadership at the 36th an-
nual meeting and dinner of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
The meeting will take place at
Miami Beach's Carillon Hctel.
Cocktails begin at 6:30. with din-
ner at 7:30 p.m. All members of
the Federation f having contrib-
uted $25 or more to the 1974
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund> .ire Invited te
attend with information and
reservations available from Mi-
chael Meyer at the Federation
office.
With arrangements led by
Mrs. Leonard Friedland, the
meeting will include some very
important Federation business:
the election of a new slate of
officers for the coming year. Also
{art of the program will be a
tribute to Federation president
David B. Fleeman and 1974-CJA-
1EF chairman Morton Silber*
man.
A major part of this annual
event is the presentation of the
Presidents' Leadership Awards.
This honor is bestowed on those
individuals whose achievements
and dedication during the past
year highlight their potential as
primary leaders of the Jewish
community.
Morris Futernick. a member of
the Federation's 1974 Campaign
Steering Committee, is also vice
chairman of the Commission on
the Ekteriy. He led the 1974
CJA-IEF effort among members
of Temple Beth Am and is also
a member of the Young Leader-
ship Cabinet of United Jewish
Appeal.
Estabail H. Gettis served as
Women's Division Campaign co-
ordinator for North Dade in 1973
and 1974. She Is a member of
the Federation Community Re-
lations Committee and Chaplain-
cy Committee, and has been ac-
tive worker for numerous local
charities, including the March of
Dimes. Heart Fund and United
Way. She also remains active in
the Sisterhood of Temple Beth
holom and the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women.
Hcward F. Scott has served as
chairman of the Federation
Young Leadership Cabinet for
two years. He is a member of the
board of directors of the Jewish
Community Centers of South
Florida, and is active in the Ken-
dall Optimist Club and the Men-
tal Health Association of Dade
County.
Victory Unit Cord Party
Victory Cancer Unit is having
a card party at 12:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the Washington Fed-
eral. 633 NE 167th St., North
Miami Beach. Coffee and cake
will be served. For additional in-
formation call Rose Whiteman.
Two Miami Leaders Take Part
In Special Mission To Israel
Two leaden of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, L. Jules
Arkin of Miami Beach and Jerry
Isan of Mia.ni. were to return
Thursday fiom Israel where they
ined nearly 300 other American
Jewish community leaders on the
1974 I'nited Jewish Appeal
Prime Minister's Mission."
Highlights of their four-day
.t includea a special dinner
with former Prime Minister
GoJda Meir. discussions with re-
cent immigrants Galina and Val-
ery Panov. and a closing recep-
tion with Prime Minister Yitz-
hak Rahin.
Other events which Mr. Arkin
and Mr. Isan found particularly
moving were visits to the dcvel-
o;ment towns of Kiryat Shem-
cna and Ma'alot. sites of two
recent terrorist attacks ending
in tragedy.
M Arkin, a Federation vice
president, has taken an active
role for several yea's in the
leadership of Miami's annual
campaign for Jewish survival.
the Combined Jewish Appeal-Is-
rael Emergency Fund.
Mr. Isan has assumed a major
leadership position in the past
two years, as a member of th.s
Federation Campaign Cabinet
and in promoting Federation-
si-oiisored "People to People"
missions to Israel.
'Many of us knew Prime Min-
ister Rabin as Israel's Ambassa-
dor to the U.S.," said Mr. Arkin.
"so being greeted by him as
Prime Minister was like being
received by an old friend. We
also had the opjxirtunity to meet
with several new members of the
Israeli government, which was a
most important experience."
"We went to witness for our-
selves those areas where our aid
can be of real benefit in achiev-
ing solutions to human needs,"
said Mr. Isan. "The mission to
me was a direct indication of the
new level of awareness and con-
cern on the part of American
Jewish community leadership
this year. We are charged with
the task one year after the
Yom Kippur War of studying
and meeting the humanitarian
needs of a people beset by enor-
mous social and economic prob-
lems."
Both Mr. Arkin and Mr. Isan
will continue to assume impor-
tant roles in the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal Israel Emergent)/
Fund, which is the most effective
channel through which Miamians
can demonstrate their support
for the people of Israel and for
Jewish communities throughout
the world.
Among members of the executive commit-
tee inatalled by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross
at the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy's
annual meeting and dinner were these lead-
ers of the Hebrew day school, which serves
Dade and Broward Counties (from left)
Leonard Gritz, Barry Eiaenberg, Ted Sigman,
Saymour Eisenberg, Morton Perlin and Sea
Leff. They will work clonnly with Irving Fir-
ML president, and I. H. Abrams, chairman
of the executive committee.
Book Discussion
At Beth David
Saturday evening, at Beth Da-
vid Congregation. 2625 SW Third
Ave., the pre-Selichot services
beginning at 10 p.m. will high-
light the reactions of the "Great
Minds" to a book edited by Dr.
Moshe Davis, head of the Insti-
tute of Contemporary Jewry -
Hebrew University in Jerusalem,
entitled "The Yom Kippur War."
Rabbi Landau will discuss
some of the prospects found in
the book as part of the prepara-
tion for the period of introspec-
tion.
The Beth David Sisterhood
will host a reception for Rabbi
and Mrs. Marvin Rose, (the new
educational director of Beth
David) and will serve refresh-
ments during the evening. Rabbi
Rose will respond to the rongre-
gatkmaJ "welcome" with a talk
and Cantor William LJpson and
the Beth David Choir will pre-
sent a musical program.
These top leaders of the Souths largest Hebrew day schod
got together during the annual installation dinner held in
the dining room of the new Merwitzer Building to gc over
plans for the 1974-75 year at the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy. From left are George Kimmel, chairman of the
board; Joseph Cohen, associate chairman of the executive
committee; Dr. Morton Lieberman, associate chairman of the
board, and Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal.
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Jewish fhrHB^n
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Religious Services
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miami
A T SHALOM C0NQR20A-
floN MS SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
JJJSr Aron Bsn Aron. 1
Uv,u EMES. 258. W 1th Ays.
'K'-vitive. C.ntor Sol P.kowiti.
*rn AM (Tempio). 59W N. Ksndsll
r.HS Mi.mi. Reform. Rsbbi Her-
r. M. Bsumgsrd. Astocate Rsbbi
fc.ii, 7 !'> p.m.. iinnunl Camp
Cr", .V, .,-' willi Kiinl.i Barrj
f"r'".., | eaKbwr "ii "What's Su
fedj A'.-ut Camp Colt-man ?"
225 SW 3rd Ave.
Rabbi Sol Landau
Lipaon. 4
pre-flillt-hot ser-
JACOB C. COHErt COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Engel. 23
,TH DAVID.
Conservative-
Cantor William
H5f "ni u--i"" "'' "*N>I Minds'
,, ih, Bool "ii Tom Klprar
,.,i l)V fir. Moshc Davis"
for educational director
,rvin Rose and Mrs Ros*.
Si.-lrrhond SltMtral pro-
, raatOf William Upw.n and
It David Chojr^_______
cth KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
fModem Traditional. Rabbi M.x Sha-
IT:.Cantor Leon Segal. Rev. Alex
sUhl Rev. Mendel Gutterman. I
'iI!Si II 4T. p.m S.-ll.hot service.
M,. Mo At MidniKht."
far
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabb. David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Sei-r. Z7
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MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayrr Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
----*------
NEn TAM'D (Tcmole) 79th St. and
Carlyle Av;. Conservative. Rabbi
Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Edward
Klein. 29
Friday, 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "What I
I 1 arned Aboul Truth This Past
Summer "
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Phmwis A. Weberman
30
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SEPhAROIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Raooi Sadi Nahmiai. 31
:ONGREGATlON ETZ CHAIM. 1642-
44 Washington Ave. 32
i
6438
ETH TOV (Temple)
|s: Conservative. Rabbi
,NAi
SW 8th
Charles
8
m Sermon: Some K;ili-
UKhts on the Problem of He-
Saturday. '< Bar
David, son of Mr. and
I ann Saturday. 11:30
rhot services.
ISRAEL 'AND GREATER
Im.AVII YOUTH SYNAGOGUE. 9600
Sunset Drive. Orthodox. Rabb,
|Ralp Glixman. _____
JNSERVATIVE CONGREGATION
|0F KENOALE LAKES. S.W. 107
IXve. at Kendall Dr. Rabbi Maxwell
Ksrger.
UaEL (Temple! OF GREATER Ml-
HN< 1 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Nrot.
day. tim Sermn
\ ntroL"
aelii <&. Tenter. 3175 sw 25th
It Conservative. Rabbi Solomon
yildenberg. Cantor Nathan Parnass
n m. Satunho. I"' a.m.
-AwakeniiiB." Saturday, 7
.rv'.es: I" p.m colla-
tir discussion: 11 p.m.
,, ,>ur Youth" MidniKht.
... Cantor Nathan I'ar-
I
OLOV (Temple) H/BB SW 16th
Bt Conservative. Rabbi David M.
Baron Cantor Stanley Rich. 13
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EMPLE iSRAEL-SOUTH (Formerly
petn Tikva< 9025 Sunset Dr. Reform.
*abbi Joseph R. Narot. 13-A
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th St. Causeway,
North Bay Village. Conservative.
Cantor Murray Yavneh 32-A
Friday, I p m. Special Kridnv nlKht
S| vices conduotad 1 "The Chosen
Children under the leadership of
Howard Klein, conductor. Saturdav
i in Sabbath service, Saturday. 11
p.m Seiu hot service conducted by
Rabbi Abraham l>uliln and Canto
Murray Vavneh,
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AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARD
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St. Mi-
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor-
decai Chaimovitt. 32-B
CA.NDLEUGHTING TIME j
19 ELUL 7:15
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BETH SHALOM (Temple). 4601 Ar-
thur St. Conservative, rlahbi Mor-
ton Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 4c
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SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Associate Rabbi, Chaim S. Listfield.
Cantor Yehuda L. Hilbraun. 47
Friday, R p.m Saturday, 8:30 a.m.
Saturday, n p.m., reception; midnight
SelichOl servi, ...
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TEMPLE BETH AHM. Corservativ*
310 SW 62nd Ave., Hollywood. Rabbi
David Rosenfield. Cantor Harry
Schmerling. 47-B
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TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal). 5101 Sher-
idan St., Hollywood. Rabbi Robert
Fnazin. Cantor Michael Kyrr. 47-C
YOUNG ISRAEL, of HOLLYWOOD
(Orthodox). 3891 Stirling Rd. 63
Saturday, 'J a.m.
&ab Mittyucdi
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MIRAMAX
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35th St
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Drazin
Cantor Abraham Kester. 48
HOMESTEAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER
183 NE 8th St. Conservative 61
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1021
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conservative
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Cantor Ian
Alpern. 33
The
10
Pro-
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center. 19256
NE 3rd Ave. Orthodox. 33-A
BETH TORAH. 1061 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jscob B. M ,-ndelson.
34
Saturday, midniKht Penltentlgl Beli-
chol service, usherina In the Bays of
Penitence and the Hiaii Hole Days,
conducted by Itabbl Dr. Max A I in-
s.hliz. ami cantor Jacob Hendelaon,
ted bj a new :t" voles Younir
Adult Choir and Choral OrouP tinder
the dirortioa of Cantor Mendelaon
and Oretta KMssir.
rrqc-w lSRXEL. 6>j0 N.
Kyi. Conservative.
r ilnlKhl
Mismi
14
Traditional B#U-
.....' -c ii iiv Cantor
- Hinfc- i. ii' i d- d > 10:10
ii
5N 'Temple). 800u Miller Rrt. Con-
MrvStive Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Canter Errol Helfman. 18
N/A1EAH
rERE" H JACOB (Templa). 951 E
Itt- Avt Conservative. Rabbi Na-
|ra" Zjlondek. IS
" .mirt'. gellchol servli -
NORTH MIAMI
iTH VCSHE CONGREGATION. i"?25
ne -"st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Gorfinkel.' Cantor Yehuda
tin. 35
iDjjfJTt, Si llchoi sen .-
! lb member."
MIAMI BEACH
IU0ATH ISRAEL. 7R01 Carlyle Ave.
|rt"0dc Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever. ?
diiiKht, Selichol sei Ices
Ralibl i llmpel < >i imlai I.
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rsbbi Victor D. Zwel-
ing. Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
Saturday, ii i> m. Bellehot service,
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jINAI (Temple) OF NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Klngrley. Cantor Irving
Shakes. 37
BYlday, 8:15 imi Sattirdav. in:3 a.m.
it.ir Mltsvah "f Adam, son of Mrs.
Norma Ollberi Baturday, midniaht.
Selichol service
rn el.
n
2400 Pine Tree Dr.
Or-
S
SRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
MordoCAl Shapiro. 18
TH JACOB. 301 Washington Avs.
>rthono. Rabbi Shmaryohu T. 8wn--
k> Cantor Maurice Mamches. 10
|Tr! RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 jef-
(rson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
ot W.nograd. Cantor Saul Breeh.
20
|Th SHOLOM. (Temple). 4144 Chase
L neral. Rabbi Leon Kroniih.
Cantor ^avid Conviser. 21
13 p.0x Sermon: "Where
When Six Million Died?"
url.ij i:, ;, ni Itar .Mltzvah of
n son ot Mr. ami Mrs.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE '9151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi D"-
Bidnick 3*
Saturday mornltu*, report on his recenl
vi-ii to Russia by Abraham .1 Olttel-
eon :is- ..ii. executive director of
the Central Asencj ol Jewish Educa-
tion.
YOUNG ISRAEL CF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Zev Leff. 39
.ORfll GAMES
JUDEA iTempl). 5500 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Michael B. Eisen.
sMt. C.intor Rita Shore. *
, i'..-i,i ,i InsUIlatlon
,,; R ibl Mli Inn I n Klw
son....... conduct) 'I by Rabbi
M Raumaard ol Ti nml- Beth
\ni. .Hi > ed by i ,'>'-'t and
,. ,,,: i hi nor ( th. new rabbi
and h ""'x
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabh. Maurice Kle.n
Friday, 8:1S p.m. Saturday. :S a.m.
Saturday, mldnlnht Sellchot services
l.v social h"iir at 10 P.m.
Sisterhood.
Mrs. Weisberg
To Represent
Florida Region
Mrs. Maxwell L. Weisberg.
president of the Florida Region
of Hadassah is representing the
Region at the Hadassah National
Board Meetings in the Marriott
Motor Hotel in Atlanta, Sept. 4-
8, just prior to the Hadassah
National Convention.
Other local members of the
National Board participating in
the nieetinr-s are Mrs. Bern-
ard Mandler, Miami Chapter
president; Mrs. F.manuel Mentz,
president of the Miami Beach
Chapter; and Mrs. Leonard
Wolpe.
The National Board will dis-
cuss Hadassah's projects in Is-
rael and the United States,
which include Hatlassah Medical
Organization. Youth Aliyah, Ha-
dassah Israel Education Services.
Jewish N.itional Fund and Ha-
shachar, and make a decision on
the date of the opening and re-
dedication ot Hadassah Hospital
on Mount Scopus.
Mount Scopus Hadassah is
scheduled to open in the fall of
1975. These buildings Include the
site oi ihi original Hadassah
Hospital which was lost to the
people of brae! in 1948 and re-
gained in 1967.
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hosted bj
N'OGAN
SlMSIDt
DAVID CONGREGATION
9348 Harding Ave.
Isaa: D. Vine.
Levins.
Orthedov. Rabbi
Cantor Liebel*
80
Nao. V
:ih a.m.
aervtoaa.
1PLE BETH SOLOMON. 927 Lin-
Rd. Modern Conservative. Rab-
Dav -j Raab. 21-A
TH TPILAH.
nooox.
935 Euclid Ave.
Or-
22
CH VOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE-
|ATION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
lAl ZION (Temple) 200-178th St.,
ham, Beach. Rabbi Dr. Abraham I,
scobson 22-B
^AN HEBREW CONGREGATION
MC Washington Ave. Orthodox.
abbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
k*N SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
1PEG*TI0N. 715 Washington Ave.
T-abbi Meir Masliah Melsmed. 23-A
FORT LAUDtKDAlt
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W.
Oakland fark Blvd. Rabbi Philip A
Labowits. Cantor Maurice "
Friday x ii'". SHturdn\.
Saturday, mldabtht. Sclichot
EMANU-EL~3243*VV. Oakland Park
Blvd (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Csntor Jerome Klement. 43
Friday, B:tt D m.
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. Liberal. 3501 Uni-
versity Dr. Rabbi Max Weiti. 44
e-
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 8753
NW. 57th St.. (Conservstive) Rab-
bi Milton J. Gross. ?*-*
H)Mi>AN0 BfACM
JEWISH CCNTER 6101
MARGATE
NW 9th St.
44-B
IANU-EL (TempUt). 1701 Washing-
f Ave Conservative. Rsbbi Irving
phi-man. Csntor Zvi Adlsr. 24
midniKht. Sellchot service
pentanue. Confoaalon and
' '.inti.r Zvi Airier will chant
I'turui.nl liortion of the service
s'.-l by Ui- Temple Choir under
direction of Shmuel Kershko
[BREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree
Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander 8.
|ross. 25
SHOLOM (Templel. 132 SE ttMl.Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skoo.
Cantor Yaacov Henzer. 49
HAUANDALt
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTtH
(Conservative). 416 NE 8th Av.
Rabbi Harry E. Schwarts. Csntor
Jacob Danziger. '
Kim1.iv. 7 p. m Suturdiiv B.oB .ilM
Bormon: 'A Sense of OratitndV H; -
niKhi Selichol service preceded by
aoclal hour at \V> t>m
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (Temple). 1551 S. 1h Av..
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jsffe. Assist -
IGREGATION AN-NELL (Branch
Hebrew Academy). 7th St. and
ndian Avr. Orthodox 25-A
Nell Shannuui.
Yaffa Ycrrkoni will star in The
Israeli Folk Festival '74 pro-
duced by Arie Kaduri of
American General Entertain-
ment Saturday, Nov. 23, at
8:30 p.m. in the Miami Beach
Auditorium. All seats for the
performance, which will also
feature The Adler Trio, Gadi
Don and The Sabres., are re-
served. Tickets are available
at the box office.
Sfever; Kitt
Lisa Fesfoff Jerry Sellitr
KEVIN SHANMAX
Kevin Scott, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Neil Shanman. will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
ple Beth El, Hollywood, Satur-
day. Sept. 7.
The celebrant is a student at
Great Hollow Junior High
School, Smithtown, N.Y.. where
he is in the seventh grade.
Sharing in the festivities will
be his grandparents, Mr. antl
Mrs. Hyman Kosser of Delray
Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm
Shanman of North Miami Beach.
tr -ir *
i)..\vii> LAMM
Saturday. Sept. 7. David Kev-
in, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Lann. 10500 SW 5lst St., wil.' be
tailed to the Torah as a Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Beth To\.
David is an honor roll student
at Riviera Junior High School,
where he is in the eighth grade.
He is a championship ping pong
player.
Friday evening, David will par-
ticipate in the worship service,
assisted by his brother, Ira. and
sister, Evey, His parents will
host the Ones Shabbat which fol-
lows, and the Kiddush on Satur-
day. A reception is also planned
at the Lann home Saturday aft-
ernoon.
Among the honored guests will
be the cele' rants grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Keston of Mi-
ami Beach, and his aunts and
uncles. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Kirsch
of Fairlawn. N.J. and Mr. and
Mrs. Martni Lann of Miami.
it It tr
STEVKX KITT
Steven, the son of Mr. and
Mis. Harold Kitt. will ehant the
Haftorah and conduct a portion
til the Shabbat services when he
observes his Bar Mitzvah Satur-
Sei '. 7. at Beth Torah Con-
gregation.
Steven is a student at John
F. Kennedy Junior High School
and attends Beth Torah's Harold
Wolk Religious School. He is a
member ol t.'ie North Miami
I., ach Optimist Club.
T.ie celebrant's parents will
sponsor the Kiddush in honor <>1
the occasion, The gnesti will in-
clude ins grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. F.manuel Kitt of Palm
Beach and Mr. antl Mrs. Morris
Softer of New York City.
it it it
JERKY SELTZER
Jerry Alan, son of Mr. and
Mis. Said Seltzer, will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Sept. 7,
at Temple Kmanu-Fl.
Jerry is a student of the aft-
ernoon religious school of Tem-
ple Fmanu-El and attends Nau-
tilus Junior High School, where
he plays clarinet in the school
band.
The celebrant will be notion d
with a reception at home. His
grandmothers. Mrs. Roz Seltzer
and Mrs. Minnie Kahn will at-
tend the event.
it it it
LISA I-'ESTOFF
Lisa Shannon, daughter of Mr.
antl Mrs. Emanuel Festoff, will
become Bat Mitzvah Saturday,
Sept. 7. at Temple Emanu-El.
Lisa is an eighth grade student
at the Hebrew Academy.
The celebrant will be honored
with a reception at the Barce-
lona Hotel.
LENNY BAKAL( III K
Lenny, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ra-
mon Rakalchuk, will become a
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Menorah,
Saturday morning Sept. 7.
Lenny is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior Hit MMOOl.
A Kiddush will follow services
in Temple Menorah's Ciimson
Room and the celebrant will be
honored with a luncheon at the
Eden Roc Hotel Sunday after-
noon.
& it it
MAKK S< III l.lil K(.
The Bar Mitzvah of Mark
Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alan Schulterg, will take place
Saturday, Sept. 7, at B'nai Israel
and Greater Miami Youth Syn-
agogue.
The celebrant is a student at
West Miami Junior High School,
where he is in the eighth grade,
Mr. and Mrs. S< hulberg will
sponsor the Kiddush after serv-
ices, and host an afternoon open
house Sunday at their 1,- n.e.
t, ests will include aunis. uncles
antl co'sins. Judge and Mts.
Harry Kaminsky of West Hart-
ford ami Mrs. Jack < 'kun of
Hartford, Conn., and Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Kelman antl family
ii Tarn; a.
Temple Sinai's
Program Formed
With the arrival of Temple
Sinai of North Dade's new edu-
cation director, Jack Kenward,
and its new curriculum coordina-
te. Stephanie Plum, a new edu-
cation program for the year 5735
has been formulated, Rabbi
Rai: h P. Kingsley, spiritual lea i-
er of the congregation, has an-
nounced.
The key to the new prog
is in the many opt iis 11 ides
the students of Tern 9 nai, es-
pecially in the High School De>
i artment. St identa in b les 7
and up will have their choi e of
more than t>:"i coursi v hich will
lead them to graduation and or
confirmation.
Hebrew students will nave a
choice of a one or two nay mid-
week program geared towards
each student finding his o \ n lev-
el of achievement. Sunday class-
es will be held from 9-11 a.m. for
grades Kindergarten through 6.
Services To Be
Held In Theatre
Temple Both Moshe has a
complete schedule of High Holy
Day services for both adulti and
youth, according to an announce-
ment made by Herbert S. Lel-
chuk, president of the congrega-
tion.
Since the temple's sanctuary is
presently under construction, the
adult services will he held in
I.oew's Bay Harbor T itatre.
Ihe youth services will be con-
ducted in the chapel of the Po-
pie] School Building,
Dr. Joseph A. Garfinkel. spir-
itual leader of the jBMigMgation,
will conduct the adult sen ices
with Cantor Yehudah Binyamin
chanting the High Holy Day lit-
urgy. The children's service-S will
be under the direction of Jules
Einhorn, newly appoint id edu-
cational and youth activite-: di-
rector. .


Page 8-B
Barnard College, tjje women's
undergraduate college affiliated
with Columbia University in New
York City, begins its 86th year
Friday when the 440 freshmen of
the Class of 1978 and 169 trans-
fer students arrive on campus to
participate in a week of orienta-
tion activities.
Among them will be Gail G.
Ahramson, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Abramson. 801 NW
179th St.; Ora Ruth Glttebton,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Gittelson, 970 NE 172nd St.,
and Diane Lora Boomer, daugh-
ter of Ms. llulila Boomer, of
Palm Beach Gardens.
Orientation Week is designed
to acquaint the students with the
academic and cultural aspects of
both the College and New York
City. In addition to seminars
with faculty members and spon-
sors, there will be tours of the
campus and the City, a round
of social events with Columbia
College students, and a reception
wiht Barnard president Martha
Peterson.
^r if
Mrs. Kva Klii-nnort announces
the tnpagement of her daughter
Cynthia R. Kllenport, to Irving
Rosi'iil auni. son of Sarah Rosen-
liaum and the late Rudolph
Rosi-nl.auni.
Miss Kllenport, a meml>er of
Temple Kmanu-Kl in Ft Lauder-
dale. is the daughter of the late
Benjamin S. Kllenport, one of
those largely responsible for the
origination of the Jewish Singles.
It was through the Jewish singles
organization Miss Kllenport and
Mr. I'.oser.baum met. This is the
first marriage match for the
singles group.
* tr &
Peter Philip Luria joined the
firm of L. Luria & Son. inc. of
Miami, upon his graduation with
honors from the School of Busi-
ness Administration of Boston
University. Mr. Luria is the fifth
geneiation to be associated with
L. Luria & Son. Inc.
r: it it
Four appointments to the fa-
culty of the School of Music at
the University of Miami have
been announced by Dr. William
F. Lee, dean of the school.
They are Louis Krasner, guest
professor of violin; Dr. Robert G.
Brewster, professor of voice; Dr.
Dennis liam. assistant professor
of theory-composition, and Clark
Terry, guest lecturer and artist-
in-residcnce in the studio music
and Jazz program for the Fall
semester.
& ir
Andrea Weiss, 15, of North
Dade. will leave Sept. 4 for a
year's stay in Israel at the Mol-
lie Goodman Academic High
School of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America. She will enter
the 10th grade, and take all of
the 10th grade subjects that
would would be taught in an
American High School, as well as
courses in Hebrew and Israeli
cultural programs.
Nelan Sweet, president of the
Presidents' Council of the Miami
ZOA, said that part of the costs
will be defrayed by a $500 schol-
arship grant furnished through
the co-sponsorship of Albert
simliiiaii. vice president of the
Brandeis District, and the pres-
ident of the Brandeis District,
Louis Holierman.
Andrea, who worked this sum-
mer as n Junior Counselor in the
YMHA Youth Camp has looked
forward to going to Israel since
she was a little girl. She took
special courses at the Hebrew
High School of Congregation
B'nai Raphael under the personal
supervision Of Nathan Green, the
educational director, to help pre-
pare her. and has been active in
other Jewish Youth Groups.
Since tiie Mollie Goodman
High School accepts only stu-
dents with top academic grades,
their educational programs func-
tion at the highest level, and are
fully endorsed by the Israeli Gov-
ernment, which sees this as the
further creation of a strong tie
between Israeli and American
youths. Man;- students of the
Mollie Goodman High School
eventually return to settle in Is-
rael, but the school allows them
to live in Israel and gain aca-
demic credit fully recognized by
any American High School.
Andrea is a typical Jewish-
American student, who plays the
gutter, swims and is active in
sports as well as an avid reader.
Her parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Weiss.
The Mollie Goodman High
School was established in 19G7,
and is said to be the finest school
of its type in Israel.
Information regarding appli-
cations is available through any
local Synagogue or through the
local offices of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America. 2200 Park
Ave.. Miami Beach, Fla. 33139.
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Carol Frisrhman, daughter of
Mr. and Mm. Learl Frtoch-
man, and Philip Xarfunan, son of
Mrs. Carolyn Nachman, both of
Miami, attended the August ses-
sion of Brandeis Camp Institute,
Brandeis, California, in the San-
ta Susana Mountains, northwest
of Los Angeles.
Brandeis Camp Institute is the
site of a unique program for
leadership training for Jewish
College youth, developed by Dr.
Shlomo Bardi-'., rounder and di-
rector, under the initial sponsor-
ship of the late Supreme Court
Justice, Louis 1>. Brandeis. 34
years ago to create methods of
presenting Jewish heritage to
our college youth in a program
which integrates arts, study,
worship, manual labor, and group
living.
The 76 members of the August
session at BCI had as their guest
lecturers in residence a well
known young lecturer and writ-
er, Dennis Prager of White
Stone. N.Y.. and well known au
thor and teacher. Rabbi Jack Rl-
emer. of Dayton. Ohio.
Justice Joe Boyd Runs For
Reelection To Hiqh Court
Florida Supreme Court Justice
Joe Boyd is running for reelec-
tion to his Group 2 seat in next
week's non-partisan elections.
Justice Boyd. a graduate of
the University of Miami, was
active in South Florida govern-
ment circles for a number of
years before going to Tallahas-
see. "The only issue is my rec-
ord." he says. "I feel that I am
qualified because the opinions
which I have written on the
Florida Supreme Court have
been generally sustained by the
IS Supreme Court."
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Aida Lerman Becomes Bride
Charles Barry Weissman Sepkj
Aida Lerman, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Isidore Lerman. 7996
Crespi Blvd., Miami Beach, be-
came the bride of Charles Barry
Weissman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Weissman of Tampa. Sun-
day, Sept. 1.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz offi-
ciated at the 6:30 p.m. ceremony,
which took place at the Hyatt
House, (previously the Playboy
Plaza Hotel) Miami Beach, and
a reception for the couple fol-
lowed the nuptials.
The bride, who Ls graduating
from the University of Florida,
where she is majoring in recrea-
tional therapy, selected a dress
of lace and chiffon and a bouquet
of white roses for her wedding.
She was attended by Sandy Peg-
ler, matron of honor, and brides-
maids Sandra Lerman. Judy Ste-
vens. F.sther Behar. Renee Ber-
ger, Lillian Rapport and Patti
Morgans tern.
The bridegroom, an account-
ing major, is also graduating
from the University of Florida,
where he is enrolled in the
School of Business Administra-
tion. Errol Pegler served as his
host man; ushers included Lloyd
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Rosemary's Thyme
By ROSEMARY FURMAN
- One of the things I've learned
;at the Aspen Institute for Hu-
! rnar.istic Studies here in Aspen.
IC'.y. <* that "*> are a" livinK in
the j^st-industrial society.
What that means, in simple
i terms, is that our society has
?reached the limits of industrial
growth in that we are unable to
utilize its products efficiently.
More and more factories and
more and more automation mere-
it.' products we neither
have the time nor the energy to
consume.
TAKE AS an example the
new Instant pourable pancakes.
ml that come in a plastic
ner, ready to pour in your
Admittedly, this innovation
. it a bit easier to prepare
- but the inherent value
. new product is question-
er ind the need it fulfills is
[difti ill to determine.
! ; i it ion. what happens to
- e boxca of Aunt Jemima
ave stored on our pan-
[trj shelves? Instant pancake.*
ye unusual, but they are
it absurd.
pro-industrial society,
: the soil, obtaining his
. : and his food with his
, bands. In the mechanizei
: nth century, man moved
1 the farms into the cities
ai red more money but
I dependent on a
: :; in who now sold him
ll
HIS \KWLV-earned money.
II enabled him to grab up
tcts of the shopkeeper
ii with a gusto that
erj thing wc Americans
|i: I
new product had to be
I: Vn electric toothbrush he
Ilia i to have it. A power screw
Id he had to have it. His
;iocket calculatorhe need*
11 Finally, instant pancakes
|hd i to be his.
some people arc now
|v;i ning that the bonanza is over
r all of us. Pretty soon we'll
svaral years ago Nathan
"id Selma Nash made a be-
quest to the Jewish National
fund. However, in view of
ae present needs in Israel
key have paid up the be-
quest during their lifetime,
he JNF leadership salutes
and congratulates them for
Jtheir sympathetic under-
ptanding generosity.
Helf ands Are Candidates
N >i th Miami Beach Council-
[' Ronald Helfand and his
Rose lee, a director of the
V' 'perty Owners Association, are
' uididates for Democratic Com-
|"'rtteeman and Committeewom-
;"J Crura the Eighth Committee
iel in the North Dade area.
[ Executive Committee is the
""democratic Party of Dade Coun-
ty's governing body.
not be longing for the latest in-
stant fad, but will be worrying
about the latest imminent fa-
mine.
In the post-industrial society
man will be < is? > concerned most
with his diminishing food supply.
PART OF the reason for the
food shortage is, of course, the
enormous population of the
United States, but part of it will
Le due to our obligation to feed
countries like India that, experts
warn us. will have a disastrous
drought in a year or two.
Ironically, the answer to the
good life in the post-industrial
society of the twentieth and
twenty-first century may be a
return to the pre-industrial,
agrarian society of the eight-
eenth century.
YOF KNOW those kids on
those communal farms in Ten-
nessee? They may be ahead of us
all.
As for me, when I return to
Miami no\t week, between my
gadding about to bring you news
of the social scene, I'll be found
hoeing my vegetable garden, an
occupation that well could be-
come a preoccupation for its all.
Hadassah Chapter
Membership Gala
Scheduled Oct. 14
The Washington Federal Sen-
ior Citizens Orchestra, which in-
cludes 55 musicians under the di:
rection of Henry Osman, will en-
tertain at the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah membership
gala Monday, Oct. 14, in the Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium. Mrs.
Emanuel Mentz, president, an-
nounced at a recent program
planning meeting of the member-
ship committee.
Mr. Osman, a member of the
Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra
for 25 years, has been associated
with both the Miami Beach and
Fort Lauderdale Symphony Or-
chestras since coming to Florida.
Awards will be made by the
membership committee to the 31
groups which have fulfilled their
summer membership goals. Prizes
will be presented, including a
seven-day trip to Israel, a $100
savings account, a four-day stay
at the Lido Spa and a weekend
at the Eden Roc Hotel. Invita-
tions are being issued to all life
members, peid-up members, new
life and new members.
The membership committee is
comprised of Mrs. Joseph Rosen-
berg, membership vice president;
Mrs. Jack Miller, membership
coordinator; Mrs. Sigmund Rost-
ler, life membership chairman;
Mis. Clarence Freedman, trans-
fer chairman, and Mrs. Sara
Ben let, reenrollment chairman.
County-Wide ORT Reenrollment u
Phonathon Being Held Thursday ]
Women's American ORT (Or-
ganization for Rehabilitation
through Training), Southeastern
Florida Region, was to hold a
county-wide reenrollment phona-
thon, Thursday evening, between
6:30 and 9:30 p.m. from head-
quarters at Bache & Co.'s, Ken-
dall and Surfside branches and
in North Dade at Hayden-Stone,
Inc.
The purpose of the phonathon
is to reach all members and ask
them to rededicate themselves to
the ORT Program by paying
their 1974-75 dues in time for the
upcoming enrollment of over 70,-
000 students.
Mrs. Stephen Toback, vice
president of reenrollment, stress-
ed the fact that for every two
members who pay their dues, a
student is enrolled in one of
ORT's 725 schools and installa-
tions located around the world
and that the backbone of Wom-
en's American ORT's participa-
tion is its membership dues. Mrs.
Toback also said that arrange-
ments have been made for "drive
teams" to pick up the payments
during the evening and the morn-
ing of the 6th of September.
F. Otto Busog, manager of
Bache & Co., Kendall Branch,
said that his company is proud
to be able to participate in ORT's
membership drive and expressed
a desire to continue his com-
volvement. Michael Sasson was
pany's policy of community if*
to be the host at the Surfside
office.
fr ft ft
A luncheon followed by garnet
and prizes will be enjoyed by the)
paid-up membership and prospec-
tive member-guests of the Coral
Gables Chapter Wednesday, at 1
p.m. in the Granada Room of th*
First Federal at 2750 Coral
Way, Sylvia Imber, membership
chairman, and Sylvia Deakter,
cochairman, announced, EstelMl
Berman is president of the chap-
ter. ,
ft ft ft
The Miami Business & Profee*
aional Chapter will hold its in-
stallation of officers Sunday
noon at the Di Lido Hotel. Selm
Resnick will be installed as pres-
ident. Linda Martin, region edu-
cation chairman, will install the
officers following the bruncheoa
to be held in the Venetian 3
Room at the hotel.
The first general meeting of
the '74-75 season will be held at
7:45 p.m. Thursday. Sept. 12. in
the Hospitality Room of the
American Savings Bank at Lin-
coln and Alton Roads. Miami
Beach. Following the meeting
Julia Judelson, chapter education
chairman, will give a talk on
( iRT. Refreshments will be
served and a social hour will toU
low. Public is invited.
P-
RICHARD (DICIO
STONE
CANDIDATE FOR
UNITED STATES SENATE j
(DEM)
"g%MBM
Not ONLY WILL DICK STONE KEEP THE DOORS OPEN TO
THE SUNSHINE BUT HE WILL ALSO KEEP HIS EYES, EARS
AND MIND OPEN TO THE PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS NEED-
ED BY THE COUNTRY.
That Is Why I Am Voting For Him Please, You, Tool
MOSHE ZILBER
Pd For By Campaign Treasurer Benson Skelton


Page 1JVB
-JewistfkrMtor
Friday, September 6, 1974
Yeshiva Center Complex Will
Be Formally Dedicated Sunday
Forma]
for the Landow Vt-hna Center,
Oholei Torah School for Boys
LtONMD IllBtKJ
and 3eth Chana School for Girls
will take place Sunday at 6-30
p.m. at the Yeshiva Centei _om-
p>.\. 12ttl Street and Alton Rd.
The Yeshiva Center, which will
If housed in a $2 million com-
plex, will have facilities for an
enrollment of 650 students. The
Beth Chana School for Girls will
be dedicated in the ffoglnii 3ran-
des Pavilion, made possiiie by
the contribution of Mrs. .retina
Brandes. The Oholei Torah
School for Boyj will l>e detiicated
in the Harry Pollack Pavilion,
made possible through the phil-
anthropy 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Levit/.
According to Melvin S. Lar.-
dow. main benefacto: and chair-
man of the Executive Commit-
tee, this dedication will honor
three 0 itatandbig members
the Miami community. Abe!
Holt/. Robeit Marlin and Leon-
ard Zilbeit.
Holtz. chairman of the boa-d
of the Den Bank of Bay Harbor
ind, and Mrs. Hbltz have be n
active in the 1 tholei r >rah Scfkn]
for many rears and have partic-
ipated in commineos for many
civic and reHgtow >r~.-nizatic.ns
in our eammoiiity.
Marlin. chairman of the boa-d
'( Viking <_>ior?l C"- ooratioi\
has been in tie forefront o<
philanti.rooic aim c'vic el fort on
behalf of the Miami community
for many years.
Zilhert. president of Riverside
Funeral Chapels and a member
of the Executive Committee of
the Landow Yeshiva Center, has
been extremely active in the
Landow Yeshiva Center.
According to Norman Ciment.
chairman of the dedication cere-
monies, the establishment of the
Landtw Yeshiva Center will
mark an advent in modem edu-
cation the rich tradition and
heritage of Torah coupled with
the highest form of secular edu-
cation available.
Landow, honorary chairman of
the dinner, will be the keynote
speaker and will be presented
with special honors, together
with his wife Shirley and family.
According to Rabbi Sholom D.
Lipskar. dean of the Yeshiva
Center, a special message from
the Lubavitcher Rebbe, hlita.
was given in honor of the Dedi-
cation Journal.
The r.ebbe. head of the world-
wine Lubavitch movement, stat-
ed: "To be sure. here. too. the
external aspects of the building
ROBIFT M4IUN
and facilities are important and
praiseworthy. But one must
never lose sight of the fact that
the most important thing about
Chinuch 1 Jewish education! is
the quality of the Chinuch itself:
to permeate the Jewish child
with the kind of Torah Chinuch
that will be his ami her unshake-
a'.le foundation upon which to
b.iild a truly beautiful edifice of
adulthood, family life, and future
generations.
This is the kind of Chinuch
by which the Oholei Torah Day
School has already made i t s
mark in the community, and will
continue to do so in an ever
growing measure, in keeping
with similar Lubavitch Chinuch
institutions in many parts of the
world.*'
Mitchell Aronson Urges All
Voters To Exercise Rights
Mitchell Aronson. candidate
for County Court Judge, G.
3. has urged all
MITCHtU AKONSOH
in Daiie < 'o'inty to vote in next
week's election, when many im-
portant races and all
judicial poU wiil be decided
upon.
The only way to stop the tide
of apathy and mistrust which
I U6 feel concerning our
ernment is to exercise our
right to vote." said Aronson. a
North Miami Beach.
Bringing the court* back to
people has been the central
to&m of Aronson s campaign. His
platform includes streamlimng
the system to reduce timo lost
by police officers, witnesses,
plaintiffs, defendant* and law-
yers, making the rules of prac-
tice understandable to the gen-
eral public, treating each indi-
vidual with dignity and under-
standing and preventing judicial
candidates from accepting finan-
cial assistance from attorneys or
special groups thus assuring un-
prejudiced decisions.
The 29-> attorney has
appointed William Shockett of
the Miami Beach law firm
Meyer '' -- Rose and Arkin as
his campaign tn an 1 Is-
sued Instructions not to accept
tions from any private
irce, including law firms and
attorneys. His campaign man
ager is Betty Kessler. a former
Hia'eah municipal judge.
A native of Miami Beach.
Aronson was orphaned at an
early sga and lived with his un-
cle and aunt. Mr. and M
tun Weiss 'president of Finan-
cial Federal 1 during his teens.
He graduated from Miami Beach
Senior High Schol and the Uni-
sity of Florida School of Law
and was admitted to the Florida
Bar and that of the U.S. Su-
preme Court.
Henrv LeClair
Belli Am Soloist
William Sanes. president of
Temple Beth Am. has announced
that Henry LeClair will sing as
cantorial soloist for the High
Holidays.
Mr. LeClair has sung in this
capacity lor other congregations
in the Miami area, but his ma-
jor synagogue work has been
done in congregations in the
Men York area. He has had mu-
sical experience with Temple
Kmanuel in Lynbrook, L.I. NY.
the Reform Temple of White
Plums, and the Park Avenue
Synagogue in New Tark I
Selma Baumgard will continue
as director of music for the holi-
days and as leader of the 20 voice
choir. Mr. Sanes said. James
Bennett is the temple organist.
Priscilla Perry has been
named interim director of the
University of Miami's Center
for Urban and Regional
Studies. Recently appointed
coordinator of the UM Task
Force on Aging, Mrs. Perry is
a research assistant professor
in ths Department of Family
Medicine and editor of Miami
Medicin and editor of Miami
Interaction, an urban-oriented
journal published by the Uni-
versity of Miami.
HENRIETTA'S
PAST-N-PRESENT
SHOPPE
OPEN 10-4 30
ClOSfOSUN 4. MOM
ANTIQUES AND
COLLECTIBLES
Wf BUY AMD TKADt
Ted Cohen Seeking Reelection As
State Representative, District 102
Dade Rep. Tel Cohen is seek-
ing reelection to the Florida
H mse of Representatives Dis-
trict 102 seat representing Mi-
ami Bea. h Miami Shores. North
Miami, and North Miami Beach.
Cohen, who has maintained a
100-percent attendance since be-
ing elected to the Legislature in
1972.'said that the main job of
the next session should be an
"action program" to aid citizens
in fighting inflation and improv-
ing the economy. Cohan said he
particularly would BBtk reform of
the Public Service Commission,
which sets tli iates on utilities.
"The biggest issue facing the
public today is keeping up with
the rising cost of riving." Cohen
said. "Hie people are furious,
partic ilarly with the fuel sur-
charges on electric bills, and leg-
islation is needed to halt this."
Cutting costs of government,
including saving money by reduc-
ing the size of the Legislature,
should be on the priority list of
the next session. Cohen said, add-
ing that legislation was also
needed to improve landlonl-ten-
ant relationships and restore
eroded beaches. He said he would
also be< k a more stringent finan-
cial disclosure law for public of-
ficials.
Cohen has been active in Dem-
ocratic orp-xni. ations for a num-
ber of jfeoTS. He is past presi-
dent of the Biscayne Democratic
Club; past president of the Mi-
ami Beach Young Democrats
Club: and past exalted ruler of
iff. no C0MEN
the Miami Beach Elks Lodge, K
has served as president of the
Civic League of Miami Beach,
the Civitan Club of Miami Beach.
and ot the Miami Beach Chamber
of Commerce.
In addition to being a past
chairman of the Democratic Par
t. in Dade County, he was ap-
pointed by Gov. Keuhin Askew at
a member of the Flori 'a Host
Committee and cochai.ir.an of
tne Hospitality Commute-' at tl
197_> Democratic Convention oti
.Miami Beach. He is still
as state committeeman on the
Democratic Executive Committa
of Florida and ,s a member at
the City of Miami Beach Plan-
ning Board.
Fred Schweitz, (right), of North Miami Beach is the lucky
winner of the 3rd Dreamland Vacation for two. Preserving
the tickets is L. B. Mahabir, assistant cashier and operc::ons
officer of County National Bank. The vacation are being
awarded as a means of celebrating the opening of County's
new bank building at 801 NE 167th St.
AJC Congress Chapters Plan
Wednesday at 1:00 p.m.. the
Point East Chapter. Amerce
Jewish Congress, will hold its
first monthly meeting of t! e sea-
son. A 'Sherry O detail Hour"
for both old and new members
and a very interesting program
is planned. Husband! and I
of Point .' i rs are wel-
come in the French Ron
-* First Meetings Of Season
The Miami Coral Gables Chip
tar, will hold its first montUl
ring >'f the s<
1_\ at 12:30 p.m. at First
r'edeia! Savings & Loan Bank.
27ih Ave. at Coral Way, The
gram will feature Cyrrast
Events in the Jewish WorfcL
Hostess will be Mrs. Julia Hat*
ner. Friend* and nei
invited to attend.
SalLMI-IMC-tSI-
1M7S a unc iwt i a i
The saver's edge.
Take stock in America,
Buv US. Savings Bonds.
spoaiore I by Concerned Citizens


Friday, August 23. 1974
* *# thrrtirir
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Mizrachi Women
Launch New Year
With Activities
Rachel Katz, president of Mi-
ami Beach Chapter, America*
Mizrachi Women, has scheduled
a'meeting for Tuesday at 18:30
at the Washington Federal
AIM itorium, 1234 Washington
Ave. She wishes to personally ex-
New Year greetings to all
members at this meeting.
* ft ft
Shalom Chapter will meet at
Lincoln Rd. Tuesday at 1
I ,m. tor a pre-New Year pro-
Hea Krieger is president.
V V $
Chai chapter president Yvette
a announces a membership
"Chai" party for Wednesday at
in the home of Ruth Sako-
witz, S6.t0 SW 94th Ct. Member-
ship chairman Bea Finkelstein
and her committee have planned
the evening. AH prospective
numbers are issued a special
welcome.
ft ft ft
Hatikvah Chapter opens its
season with a meeting Thursday,
Sept. 12, at 12:30 p.m. at Kne-
seth Israel. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Pearl Schwartz is president
There will be a prominent guest
speaker and Wheel of Progress
and Mother-in-Israel pins will be
buted Refreshments will be
iled.
* ft ft
Shalvah Chapter will feature a
rt on Soviet Jewry by Abra-
ham J. Gittelson, who recently
visited behind the Iron Curtain
at its first meeting of the season
Wednesday in the home of Mrs.
.Moses Grundwerg, according to
Mrs. Alex G. Paul, president. Git-
telson is associate director of the
Central Agency for Jewish Edu-
cjijion here.
ft ft -fr
Vered Chapter (North Miami
Reach i will hold its second an-
nual membership tea Monday at
[8:15 p.m. at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. William Wolowiu,
20140 N'E 21st Ct., North Miami
i Peach, The program includes a
[ skit presented by the officers.
I Mrs. Dov Bidnick. president, in
vital all interested Miz achi
Women.
[Mayor Fogg Asks
For Hearing On
I'&L Surcharge;-
tro Mayor Ed Fogg has ask-
' iOv. Reul.in Aske-w's recent y
inted consumer advocate.
''i State Sen. Fred Karl. t.
ir a public hearing hei
a Power and Light's fuel
gee added to Dade elec
I
"If Sen. Karl agrees, we might
e the public an opportun-
ity to express its views on the
''>' requested FP&L rate in-
of $143.3 million," Fogg
'' a telegram to Karl, (whosi
is "Public Counsel") Fogg
monthly electric bills-
have risen and are still
at a shocking rate.
Public Service Commis
Iffon," Fogg conceded, "may have
Let-n correct in accepting utility
[company figures and recommend-
of their own rate experts
roving fuel surcharges now
being added to electric bills. But
j the subject of electric rates has
omplicated beyond all rea-
son,
"The public has a right to some
(ear facts on the subject and
officials have a responsi-
t let the public in turn
known its views," Fogg's
I ram said.
Fgg explained that he had re-
Icently requested the county at-
jtorney tu assign some of his legal
to work on electric rates as
[U'ey affect Dade citizens.
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*Jfcwfcf1 Fkrlctlat'
Friday. September 6
1971
Staff Promotions, Additions
Announced Bv Dist. 5 BB\0
A n f reorganization,
designed t< :v*sf3ff afi*
5 to Jewish youth in
ttx .iheast has been completed
by District No 5 of the B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization.
:iami. Dis-
trict No. 5 BBYO board of di-
re,; ,;. announces that
Alai in has been pro-
mote, tor of Florida Re
-.. In addition, Mrs. Terri Ba-
At'.anta. Mrs. Lynn Wells
of man
i have replaced
w. era i home com-
]- Diamond of
M ,,.. Cana la, will he 011-
newly en ;-. jtanl F director
out e Miami offices.
new Florida regional di-
rect Alan Freedman, 34. is re-
placing Dr. Carl Gussia Before
assuming this new position Alan
was employed as the Assistant
Director for Northern Region.
District No. 5 BBYO. His duties
included the development of the
BBYC ; in the Metropo-
litan Washington, D.C. area: ad-
vis..-.: the AZA Council; co-ordi-
nating and supervising of the
athletic program; working with
the youth leadership of the Met-
ropolitan Washington program,
consisting of over 1200 teenager
nien-.tx' |
Frecdman's assignments have
also included working two and
one half months each summer,
from 19*8 through 1971. at Camp
B'nai B'rith in Starlight, Pa.,
where he was the Boys' Head
C .nselor (1968i. and the admin-
istrative director and concurrent-
ly director of the camp leader-
ship programs '1969 to 19711. He
ha< also served as administrator
or program director for North-
ern Region Convention and has
also served on the staff for Dis-
trict Conventions and DLT's. In
1971 he served as Leadership
Training program director and in
1973 District Convention pro-
gram director.
Miss Diamond, who began her
new job this week as Assistant
Regional Director of Florida, aft-
er completing two years as As-
sistant Director of Laurentian
Region. Montreal. Canada, was
born in Chicago. 111., but grew
up in Daytona Beach, where her
father has been a Rabbi for many
years. She has attended Daytona
Beach Junior College. University
of Georgia and University of
Houston.
Her professional experience in-
cludes work at Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations Cole-
man Camp. Cleveland. Georgia;
and Youth Group Counseling Jew-
ish Community Center. Houston.
Tex. Her previous work experi-
ence includes a position as Finan-
cial Service worker with the
State Welfare Department.
Houston, and teaching children
with learning disabilities and
emotional disturbances at the
Fairhill School in Houston.
These changes increase Dis-
trict Five's full-time professional
staff to ten workers. In addition
three part time workers for At-
lanta and one part time worker
for Georgia and South Carolina
have been added.
The intent of these changes is
to improve staff services to the
5.000 youngsters served by BBYO
in thirty-one communities in the
{Southeast United States by re-
Iducing staff loads in Atlanta and
Elderly woman with lo\rly Mi-
ami Brarb condominium apart-
mrnt SEEKS FEMALE LIVE-
IN COMPANION. Must have
good rrferrncrv Will furnish
aayaaam !** 72-5441.
Miami while giving more super-
visory atterrt.on to some 5W> vol-
unteer advisors who work in the
BBY. : am.
"Part time service although
still being used in some areas
will ay be replaced by full
time staff with established of-
fices and maintaining full time
clerical help where young people
and lunt or adults have a per-
manent headquarters to turn for
Ice, resource material and
- pervision." said Ron-
ald 7. i ahn. District No. ."> Di-

S h offices are now being
maintained in District No. 5 in
Baltimore. Silver Spring. Md..
Richmond. Va.. Atlanta. Miami
and Hollywood.
"It is a tremerdV :s step for-
ward to establish regional di-
rectors in areas that had none
before." Cahn sai.i. "With the
help of the Supreme Lodge of
B'nai B'rith, the State Associa-
tions of B'nai B'rith and many
of the local Jewish Welfare F
erations ai well as many dedi-
cated individual B'nai B'rith
leaders, we have gone from a one
man operation back in the Ws to
o'ir present staff structure. In
the 60's we had no : r 1
staff between Washing
Atlanta, and between Atlanta
anil Miami. Now we i
Jewish youth in every st
Sen. Winr. Barnes Hurst As His Campaign Coordinat
A Dade County resident
or
State Sen. Sherman Winn. for-
mer mayor of North Miami, has
announcer! the appointment of
Harry K. Hurst, a former vice
: i or, who is now an insurance
agency executive, as coordinator
of his campaign for reelection to
the District 34 seat in Flori la'l
Senate he has held since 1972.
the past 18 years. Sin Winn},,!
served as vice presidont-gp^
manager of the Balmoral How
since 1958. He was elected to
Florida's Hov.se of Represents
tives in 1970. He was .'u.; !'*
"Outstanding Man : > y" j
of Dade County" in \ j j
i."
Balti
Norma Kipnis Named Cochairman,
Treasurer Of Fogg's Campaign
Prominent Miami Beach civk
leader Norma C. Kipnis has beer,
named campaign eoehairman and
treasurer for Metro Mayor Ed
Fogg in his current effort to win
an elective term.
Fogg was appointed mayor aft-
er the death in July of Mayoi
Jack Orr.
Ms. Kipnis is serving in the
Miami Beach area along with at-
torney Hal Spaet as well as act-
ing as campaign treasuier. Chair-
man of the county campaign is
George Orr, brother of the late
mayor, whose place Fogg assum-
ed.
A stockbrokerage firm execu-
tive. Ms. Kipnis has also been
active in a number of posts with
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, of which she is currently
a member of the board of direc-
tors, vice chairman of the Plan-
ning and Budget Committee and
a member of the Federation Pub-
lic Relations Committee.
Last year, Ms. Kipnis was as-
sociate general chairman of the
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund. In 1972. she
served as chairman of the Wom-
en's Division. CJA IFF Cam-
paign.
Nationally. Ms. Kipnis is on
the Campaign Services Commit-
TRADITION IS BETII DAVID
MIAMI'S HISTORIC CONGREGATION
FOUNDED 1912
2625 S.W. 3rd Avenue 7500 S.W. 120th Street
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GREATER MIAMI
RABBINICAL COLLEGE
is happy to announce thai due to requests by
the Greater Miami Jewish Community a series
of Lectures based on Maimonades Concept of
Teshurah will be given on:
WEBNESDA1 EVENING, SEPTEMBER 11
by the illustrious scholar and Rosh Yeshirah
of the Rabbinical College
Rabbi Yehuda Lieb Shapiro
at the
YESHIVAH GEDOLAH
1114 Alton Rd~ Miami Beach
at 8:00 P.M. EVERY0\E IS WELCOME.
YESHIVA GEDOLAH
OF GREATER MIAMI
RABBINICAL COLLEGE
JOSEPH MARGULHJS
SCHOOL OF HIGHER
LEARNING
ANNOUNCES THE SECONDl
BI-ANNUAL
"KINUS TORAH"
(Torah Gathering)
Which Will Take Place At:
BETH ISRAEL CONG.
770 40th Street
Miami Beach
THURSDAY, OCT. 3, 1974
(1st Day Choi Hamoed Suceos 5.to)|
7:30 P.M.
Students from Many Yeshivos
across the Country and Israel
trill deliver Talmudic Lectures *
("Pilpulim") <%
Everyone is asked to reserve
the date.


Friday. September 6, 1974
Jenif>tkrtmmt
Page 13-B
Beth El Congregation Moves
|To Hebrew Academy Facilities
Bp. ei Omgregatidn has soli!
ue at 500 SW 17th
[ i. and this week will
i handsome new sanc-
[ .. Greater Miami He-
-v. 2400 Pine Tree
Beach. Announcc-
| ovepf the 50-year-
. t> I ,iki. president of the
I' i ititution for the pas:
ij. consecration ceremo-
Ls now Beth Elwhich
I i completely-equipped
the Hebrew Academy
i | services and the entire
synagogue for holi-
, will be held Sun-
ng at 11 o'clock at the
I lemy.
5 : Torahs the scrolls
the Torah (Five
es which comprise
law of Judaism)
msferred into the Oven
ily a.k) of the new
iders of Beth El,
idents Andrew
|, i Abe Hirsoh, treas-
r irndorf and secre-
Stauber and Sam
' s. Ilyman (Lillian i
I is corresponding secre*
e Traditional congre
\- has si me 100 mem-
T Miami synagogue, located
i oar! of one of Dade
Mini 3 earliest Jewish neigh-
Irhoods, was sold early this
fa; to Florida Power and Light
K as a substation. The
WE CATER
to the
BAR MITZVAH
YOUNG MAN
Notionally Known
Monofetgrer$...
MN1 DOUBLE KNITS.
POLYESTER BUNDS.
_Plus Accessorial
DORWIN'S
'S7J WASHINGTON AVE.
t 532-4061
HVMAH CHABNER
area has lost most ol its Jewish
; oi ilation ir, recent years.
Receiving the Torah scrolls to
be placed in the ark will be lead-
ers of the Hebrew Academy's
oun congregation, which will
merge with Heth El. Those who
will receive the Sefer Torahs are
Samuel Reinhard, Julii s Sands,
Rubin Jacobs and Carl Biandes.
Sundays ceremonies will be
chaired by Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
a former rabbi of Beth El who
will serve as the cantor for the
High Holy Day services at the
new synagogue this year. Rabbi
Schiff is director of the chap-
laincy service of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation and exec-
utive vice president of the Rab-
binical Association of Greater
Miami.
Also participating in the 11
a, n. Sunday ceremonies which
are free and open to the general
public will be Rabbi Alexan-
der S. Gross, principal of the He-
brew Academy who will officiate
at the High Holy Day services
which will be ushered in by Sell-
chot service at midnight Satur-
day.
Others who will take part in
the consecration include Irving
Firtel, president oi the Hebiew
Aca lemy; Dr. s. T. Swirsky, rab-
bi of Ueih Jacob and a former
spiritual leader oi Ucth El; Ron-
ald Stauber, a grandson ol Chab-
ner and a graduate of the He-
ir ew Academy presently enrolled >
at t ;e University oi' Miami who'
will speak in behalf ol Academy
students and alumni, and Shel-
don Stauler. another grandson
who will provide music for the
Torah procession.
Chal ner, who moved here from !
Chicago in 1017, joined Beth El
L'T years a < ind h is been active
in Israel Bonds, the Zionist Or-
ganization oi America and ...
rachi.
The move of the congregation
"will enable our syi to
seive many present and future
members and continue the tradi-
tion of Orthodox Judaism, and at
the same time provide funds for
the continued development of the
Hebrew Academy as a center of
Torah study for 1,000 students in
South FloMda." Chabner said.

1st Showing Of
Leonard Baskiii's
Watercolors Here
The ancient NwfevOI story of
the Jewish tight for freedom is
newly Illustrated by Leonard
Baskin whose 'Paintings for a
.Vow Haggadah" will !*> on ex-
hibition Sept. 11 30 at the
Lowe-Levinson Art Gallery of
Temple Beth Sholom of Greater
Miami. Ill' Chase Avo.. Miami
Beach. 1 e ir.ning Wednesday
with a champagne reception ten-
dered b, Ral hi and Mrs. Leon
Kronish from 8:00 to 10:00 p.m.
This Ls the first showing Oi
this important exhibition in this
n. a It will go on from here to
other leadinf communities
throughout the country.
Baskin has executed 20 water-
colors designed specifically for a
new Haggadah (the Passover
Story i. prepared for the Central
Conference of American Rabbis
in cooperation with Grossman
Publishers. It marks the first
time Baskin has turned his tal-
ents to a totally religious pub-
lication.
One of America's foremost
sculptors and graphic artists,
Baskin has received numerous
awards anil artistic prizes includ-
ing the Louis Comfort Tiffany
Foundation Fellowship, the Solo-
mon R. Guggenheim Fellowship
and the Gold Medal for Graphic
Arts from the American Acad-
emy of Arts and Letters. His
works have been exhibited in ma-
jor museums and galleries
throughout the country and he
has also designed and illustrated
numerous books, including those
of his own Gehenna Press.
The illustrated "Passover Hag-
gadah" was edited by Rabbi Her-
lert Bionstein. it is being pub-
lished by Grossman Publishers, a
division of The Viking Pr S-
Gallery Hours are 9:00 a.m. -
5:00 p.m.. Mondays through Fri-
days. ,'-;-9:o0 p.m. Friday evening.
and y >' a.m. 12:30 p.m. Sat-
S inday.
Several hundred parsons stopped by during an afternoon
party g'ven for legislative candidate Joe Gersten at the
studio cf well-known artist Eugena Massin. Pictured at the
reception are 'from loft) art enthusiasts Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Wilson of Coconut Grove; Mr. Gersten; Ms. Maxine Segal,
one of the hosts, and Dade County Mayor Ed Fogg.
Temple Tifereth Israel
6500 N. M'AMI AVENUE MIAMI
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
SLICHOS SEPTEMBER 7
R0SH HASHONAH SEPTEMBER 17 & 18
YOM KIPPUR SEPTEMBER 25 & 26
Conducted by
RABBI FPHRAIM F. MANDELCORN
and
CANTOR SEYMOUR HINKES
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Everyone invited to Social Hour preceding Slichos Services.
Refreshments served
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1. Overcrowded classes that deprive your child of individual attention.
2. Poor English curriculums which can hinder your child's chances of
higher education.
3. Weak spiritual guidance in the areas of Jewish identity and love for Israel.
4. Inexperienced teachers who cannot cope with your child's innate curiosity.
5. Soaring educational costs that drain hard earned savings you need for
your child's future.
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Tel. 651-0711
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Greeting Cards
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Yarmulkas
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Grfrwear
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+Jeistrkrk03r
Friday, September 6
1974
Inflation Solutions Offered By
Dirk Stone. Senate Candidate
Be. Demo-
cratic candidate for 1 *
ate. has suggested some sol.:uons
: the nation's praUaa of in-
: .*::on.
-
our he
said. "When the i xb
r. creased down.
We
mcnt regulations pnf
Asm -rm
[ short. Congress must
clear the way that industry
and agriraH W produce
. I r America.
Second, Congress must bal-
ance the natioBal budget now.
Meaken of Congress nast vote
NO on any requests to raise the
national debt HiHliHj Our na-
tional government must stop
Harry" T. Dozor. Philadel-
phia business and communal
leader, will be formally in-
stalled lent of the
American Ainmif*. Ben-
Gur.or. ":" of the Xe-
pev at a n.n" '-
Wednes
Plans fa
bms Uteri eaKBttve
nt

joey tnat N does not
long as we contir
^>e the satioaai debt.
jw and Spend us
we do not
will cor.
: -:
e. balance
budget I pmm a one-':
one per cent holdback on what
all federal agencies are alk-
ftj spend the re- ear.
Florida's Governor and Cabinet
did this Ml three years
l good success. We Ml
that year with surplus. N
tional govemrrur: earn take a
limim from PI I
P lOta r.'erest rates to
ered Tr.er. buiUimmfn can
air >rd to increase production
and A:v an no bOMBi
gain kt :^vr: lutUMl rates.
r thaw who dalm thai
erest rate cols the ec-
onomy. I say that wt
rest::.-: ierr.ar -
Ay e\en more and prices
:: u t alter tk
.. ........
Gittelsoii Will
Report Chi Trip
IBB J.
elson. associate
Jentr.. I
-
- / Lake
:- recer.:
public -
atte 1*1*
at
Rabbi Dor
onees tne I
I icati.na
Man .vt-
. Weaawadnj i trow
v.. ieanung Bible with the
of Raot. Bi B P..
Tne:* are also
ever> day and on the Sabbath In
a Talmud and Ex.
of the Fathers.
Lane TynagjOtlir the
est growing Orthodox 9) n igue
in North Miami Bea
to have a new 0-faol Meddtia
i:\ider between the mer. and
~^er'$ sections ten en-
hances the worship in the syn-
agogue.
Wometco Shorn
rriine opens Friday a: the
Miuni and North Da e I
Vhite DawiT OfMRI M the
K maadjr and Brtnj
. -. Alfredo Garcia" be
at the Carib.
Bloom Proposes Seniors* LobhvUt
n. Biooro. candidate for
Florida'* Hotac of Representa-
tives Democrat i.
iia hire a full-
fessi na: lobbyist H g
f for
Flor-
The Idea has --. in nttrai ting
.;: : not only
.-. bul pre-
M Ae... Ms.

2 reeei *r- appear-
tke C indtdatea Tf*
MB.
Sen: rs era from all over
the oonBtrjF to retire in Florida."
explains the candidate, "and
our state certainly can't
afford to fund the needs of all
1 ..""00.000 senior citizens, we do
owe them something in ,he
of direct meaningful action"
The lobbyist she propos-
"couki represent .,r
ten*
{rom s':' >ti0R Z
'
o.r Social 94 ^
is and .-
': ace
male 9 -- .
who*
she Mi* Social S
not provide toi ^
ef.ts i* paaaad on t
a man's, should he d.e fi
- thai e J5,i
n" of a t >ta: [err
sum of 52 billion would
Fio'ida if the la-.v u as a ijusted
Vote For
SELENA DECKY
Democratic Committee Woman
District 21
Free. 612. 613. 614. 615. 616-17
4347-48-649
Lever No. 27A
j
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
"jSiivfeReiGfjsr
Country Club Condominiums
Apartments at Kendale Lakes
Lehman ( onoerned
About Inflation
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* I
.'_:-. -".-.:
tact thx.gs ne nn
\estigatx>r
4ustry Congressl-r-rai reportj
ncate that the ir.; _s:rr is domi-
nated by a fe fzrms and these
firms are making biihons of dol-
lars in windfall profits 1 >riman ,
explained.
' I -,.
tion and a strong
robe by the Justice Depart-
aaent. Perhafa. the biggest deter-
ment for tins type price gouging
a strong C jrsuroer Protection
Agency like the one I voted for
a* April of tins year."
Second phase
Reserve now
OVERLOOKING THE BEAUTIFUL
KENDALE LAKES GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB
2 & 3 bedroom apartments. Minimum 1,340
square feet of luxury- ar.d comfort, from 538,490.
(Approx. $28.72 per square foot)
Sales Office or PaHfUtJ 2~-i-9~2" 2~--^o~7
6851 SW. 1-4":^ %ve.f just off Sunset Df
- Dtirse
1
Drectron? Take S KENDAU DRTYE to 142nd Ave turn
right to goii course and then left to The SOVEREIGNS.
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fxiday. September 6, 1974
J|*f*$ Hcridfiar
Page 15-B
Isaac Stone Dies In Jerusalem
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKE
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Isaac A. Stone, 67, a former U.S.
n Service officer who head-
Borlin Documents Center
containing archives of the Ger-
man Foreign Office and the Nazi
paitv after World War II, died
in Hadassah Hospital in Jeru-
salem after a stroke, friends re-
ported here. He had been living
jn [grael since 1970.
Mr. Stone, while in a U.S.
uniform as an Intelligence
it, was assigned to the
if Justice Robert H. Jack
son. U.S. Chiarf Counsel at the
: War crime trials.
i awarded him a special
eitai on for his soiviees.
WHILE AIDING in the trial,
conducted a one-man re-
oject for hundreds of per-
il the DP camps in Ger-
Iting food and clothing in
the United States, he personally
distributed them with the aid
of U.S. Army volunteers. He also
helped locate relatives in the
United States for many of the
DPs.
For this service he was named
"the Tsaddik (righteous onet of
Nuremberg." That name was used
in NBC's "Eternal Light" pro-
gram broadcast March 23. 1947.
WHILE IN the State Depart-
mc nt. Mr. Stone prepared a con-
fidential three-volume history of
U.S. relations with Bulgaria and
also what is considered the most
thorough analysis ever made of
the forced repatriation of Rus-
sian prisoners of war to the Sovi-
et Union.
Following his retiiement from
the Foreign Service, Mr. Stone
served as associate professor of
history at the University of
Washington. Arizona State Uni-
Pioneer Miamian dlias. Roeengarten
Roeengarten, 73. of
. ng's Point Rd.. North Mi-
; assed away Wed-
Sept. 4.
resident of Miami for 50
coming from Waterbury,
Conn., he was a life member of
B'rith, a trustee of Temple
nu-El, a charter member of
Sinai Hospital and mem-
ber <>; 'he Zionist Organization
. | Amei ica.
A merchant on Miami Avenue
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versity and the City University
of New York.
FOR A number of years, he
also had been a researcher and
teacher at the Library of Con-
gress.
Mr. Stone was born in Estonia
and emigrated to Boston as a
teen-ager. He worked his way
through Boston University and
Boston Hebrew College and re-
ceived a Ph.D. in history from
Harvard in 1935.
LEGAL NOTICE
since 19^4. he was a former own-
er of the Surrey and numerous
other hotels.
Survivors include his wife,
Lillian, of North Miami Beach;
two daughters, Mrs. Marjorie
Zuckerman of Coral Gables, and
Mrs. Joyce Tarnapol of New
London, Conn.; his brother
Daniel, of Ft. Lai'.derdale; sis-
ters. Mrs. Janet Kaufman and
Mrs. Have Lefkowitz, both of
Miami Beach, and five grandchil-
dren.
Services were to be held
Thursday at 1:30 p.m. in the
Riverside Chapel with interment
in Mount Nebo Cemetery.
Funeral Services
Thursday For
Maurice Faske
Maurice Faske, 70. of 501 NE
51st St., passed away Tuesday,
Sept. 3. A resident cf Miami for
the past 25 years, he came here
from Somerville, N.J.
Services were to be held
Thursday at 4 p.m. in Beth
David Congregation's Spector
Hall under the direction of Gor-
don Funeral Home, with inter-
ment in Mount Nebo Cemetery.
A member of Both David Con-
gregation. Hebrew Academy and
the Jewish War Veterans, Mr.
Faske was a Mason, a Shriner,
and had served as president of
the Miami Multiple Sclerosis
go( lety.
Survivors include his wife.
Ade!e; twin sons. Garry and
Barry; his daughter, Ivy,
brothers Louis and Haul
ami. Shiva will he
531 NE 51st Si.
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
NO. 74-25203
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
MEI BOURNE ENO.
Husband.
[RENE ENO.
Wife.
Y.iu. IRENE ENO. Residence T'n-
known, ir< hereby notified t<> serve
t > r>l your Answer to the DIsso-
lu'icii of Marriage filed against you.
upon husbands attorney, hkorcr
NICHOLAS, ESQ.. 612 N.W. 1-th
Ivenue. Miami, Florida 331 "i. and
'iU original witl Clerk of Court on r
> litlon will be confessed by you
Dated ibis Jrd dav of Sen) 1974
JllCHARD P. BRINKER CIJBRK
By: T n dbi.gado
Deputy Clerk
!> G-13-2f-:T
and
of Mi-
observed at
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
NO. 74-25201
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: TtTE MARRIAGE OP:
DAISY BOTKEN.
Wife.
vs.
BVERBi i RAY BOTKEN.
Husband.
You. EVERETT RAY BOYKEN.
Residence Unknown, are hereby rioti-
tied i" serve a cow of your Answer
to tie Dissolution of Marriage filed
a'aln*t vou. unon wife's attorney.
GEORGE NICHOLAS. ESQ. 812 N W
h ..... M'sml. Florida S3IS6 and
file original with Clerk of Court on
or before Oct. '.<. 1974: otherwise the
petition will be confessed by you
Paled this 3rd day of Bed Ii74.
RICHARD P. DRINKER Ci.KRK
Bv: T D DEI CAIM'
Depulv Clerk
! 1.-13-20-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AMD FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOSEPH NESBITT
PROBATE NO. 74-5530
in UK: Estate of
SHIRLEY WENDELL
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors anil All Persons
Haying Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of SHIRI.KY WENDELL
liereased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida to the Circuit JudKes of Dade
County, and file the same in duplicate
Hiid as provided In Section 733.16.
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within four calendar
months from the lime of the first
publication hereof or the same will
be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 3rd
dai "f Bepl A.l> 1974.
LYNX DOHERTY
As Exec I trig
Firrst publication >.i this notice on
the 6th dav of Senti mber, 1974
SHAPIRO. PRIED. WEIL 4 BCHEER
Attorneys for Executrix
Id' Lincoln Road
Miami Beach Fla. S3139
0-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-5326
in RE: Estate of
ANN FREEMAX
del eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and ah Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Bald Estate:
Yim are hereby notified and re-
uuiied to present any claims ami de-
mands which you may have against
esia ol ANN FREEMAN
deceased late ol Dade eCounty, nor.
Ida to the Circuit Judges of Dade
County, and file the same iii duplicate
and as provided iii Bectlon 733 16,
Florida Statutes. In their i fflces In
ih. County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
iv I'lor'da within four calendar
months from the time of the first
n nelco! or the same Will
be barred
Kind at Miami. Florida, this 3"th
das of August, a d 1974
SAI I V BERMAN
BETTY GREEN
A; Bsecutrioes
Firit publication of this notice on
the Sth day of September. 1974.
KW'TNEY KROOP & BCHEINBERQ
P.A.
Attorneys for ExeoJltrloes
120 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. via.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of AID TRADING CO. at Suite 206
ttt Lincoln Road. Miami Reach. Flor-
ida 3313: intend lo register said name
With the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Count v. Florida
IKYINC JACOBS
ALVlN J. ROKKI.N
lit IN BP iTTS
JOSEPH SCHMIER
Attorney for Applicants
9/6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersbrned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of THE LEO J GOLDMAN GRA-
PHIC ARTS STUDIO at 99 NE 36th
Street, Miami. Fla. 33137 intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
Ihi Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
DANIEL J.
bTEPHEN
i Ii 'I.DM..X
F. MEL IK
V i,-13-2"-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTTE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlnir to eneaee
in business under the fictitious name
of NINAS GENERAL MERCHAN-
D'SE 116* W. 24th Street. Hialoah.
Fla 33010. Intends to register said
name v.ith the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ol Dade County Florida.
GERARDOSANTOS
9/6-13-20-27
IN
CIRCUIT COURT 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
NO. 74-25200
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
HE THE MARRIAGE t ""
il ADYS MAROOTH CUSTODIO
Wife.
(.It "-r'sc" .1 ITSTODIO.
Y.!u"SFRANCISCO J. OT8TODIO.
Residence Unknown, are hereby notl-
1, ,i mrv< n cons of v...... an-
lo the Dissolution of Marriage filed
,it.mis: you, upon wlfi ; et'ori
,1 (VitGE SICHOl AS. ESQ. 12 N t
-,i, vvenui Miami. Florida
.,,| fn.....i-ii'-i "h "' oi
on or before October 9. 1974:
Wlft thi P< tltlon will be confessed
Vated this rd dav of September.
'''Vll Mil' P BRINKER Cl ERK
Bj w tyminski
Denutj fieri.
| 8-13-20-27
r
othcr-
99, formerly of MB
ed away in Los Angeles I '.,1'f
-.7 B< .. ved mother Ol llvlan.l
ami BA'elyn Rifas f MB. D vid R
,:,- of Chicago, III Sonya Sevln
and Minni- Sand.rs ol Los AM
Calif anil Lillian Pasta ol
Estates, S Y I Irandmoth*
randchUdrern and great
m, iher of 16 great-arrandchl dri i
Service- were held Friday nt Oor.
don Fuccral Home with interm-nl In
Woodiann Park Cemetery
o.,-s-
\lll-
Rifas
Rosb 'i
of in
grand-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
..,.......a ujpimv GIVBN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
, p the fictitious name
i ANTIQUE REPLICA CO. al 17!'
166th Street. N. Miami Beach
............'- .,. -e-i.te' 1
with the Clerk of the Cir.uit
,,f Dade County. Florida.
BETTY ***<**ftlltMI
N E
Ham.
Com I
4U OWPiWTES A6REE-.
zip code speecs
H0LI PAY MAIL
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NO. 74-25297
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
Wll I IE McCALL.
Husbi d.
Dorothy REBECCA HOLMES
Ml i'A I I.
\\ if-
Vou I" IP" 'THY REBECCA H' >LM-
i:S Mi-CAI.I,. *53 Forre-i Avenue.
Ant. 3D. Bronx. New York 104(9. are
hi i .-I.-, notified to sen .< cens of
your Answer to the Dissolution of
Marriage filed agalnsl you. iii'ti hua-
band's attornei GEORGE NICHO-
! AS E8Q tK N W 12th Avenue
' ,(, i-'eveii ; "::i.. and file original
wild Clerk of Courl on or before
October v 1974: otherwise the Petl
in n will be confessed by you.
Dal.d this 3rd dav Of Sepl 1 :. 4
RICH VPn P BRINKER CLERK
B) : A D WADE
I leputy Clerk
.....18-20-27
9 B-1J
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-25228
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
PATRICIA A McCANDI.KSS. Wife
and
RICHARD \V. .McCANDI.KSS
Husband
TO: RICHARD W. McCA.NDLESS
Residence I'nknown
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai ;m action for Dissolution of Mai-
rlage has been filed acainst you and
vou are required to serve a copy of
viiur written defenses if anv. to it on
i'ii .i.-i- i k FI BP1EGE' attorney
fur Petitioner, whose address Is 101
V \\ 12th Avenue. Miami. Florida.
and rile the original with the clj-rk
,.i the above styled court on or be-
. i iciobei '' '''' otherwise de
fault "ii1 he entered against you for
ib. relief demanded In the complaint
m netitli n
This notice shall be published one*
each week for four consecutlvi weeks
i TDK JEWISH FI ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal Of
ii,l court at Miami Florida on this
in
3rd
dav of Seoiember 1974
RICHARD BRINKER,
As Cl.rk. Circuit Court
|e,,l.. O ...|l\ I-"1 .' '
By NANCY I. GROVES
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Bealt
Predericl B Boleatel. Bsa
i"i \'\v l. tii Avenue
Miami, norlda 81W
Attorn" '"' ,V'"......% ,.,3.21.-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
El EVE-'TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Uln 74 '4H00
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in the man lage of: .....
PIOSSIE VIRGINIA MOHAMMED
Petitioner,
CAH1MEL IBRAHIM MOHAMMSJD.
Respondent
TO: (JABR1EL IBRAHIM
MOHAMMED
Residence I'nknown _,,-,
YOI ARK HEREBY NOT1FKD
thai an action for Dissolution Of Mar-
I,;,.. been filed againsl vou and
., n oic-ed to serve a ......v OC
written defenses, if anv to it on
OLAZER. attorney for Peu-
whose address is 11711 a-
ca.vne Boul. varik North Miarn Hor-
ida and file the original with tne
Clerk of the abovi -'vied court pn or
' l.e.nber II. 1974: othsrwisej
judgment may be 'ntered against you
for the relief demanded In the com-
"WITNESS my hand and the sea of
sain court at Miami Florida, on this
riage
vour
1 OTIS
Holier.
29th
(I'll-
lay of AUKUSt. 1W*
RICHARD P. BRINKER,
\s Clerk. Circuit Court
By L AYAI.A
As Deputy Clerk
U 1 I lOUrt Si .ill
S 6
i-13-20-27
t"h"e
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
El CVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1973
IJudp- Dowling)
IN RE: Estate of
El fWSE HARVEY.
MnTtClToF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Vi iTlCE I* l" '',,x H'v*" "'" h^ve
Hied mj Final Report ami Petition
pisirihutli n and Final Discharge
for
Of
Hoi
the
Il -
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-15394
in RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
MARIE BROWARD. Petitioner.
.HAN BROWARD. Resoonden.
TO- Mr. Jean Bmward
inn I'ieimont Avenue
Nva.k. New York I09"
v,,r auk HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against vou and
............,,.,..,.I In serve a copy of
vour Written defenses, if anv. to it on
i s'i|. K STONE atlo % v for 1 -
titloner. whose address la 101 N.w.
]' V'.-u. Miami. Florida U1M., U0R1
IS4-4ISR and file the original with the
11,.,' ..i tl. above styled court on or
before 9 October 74.: otherwise a ae-
fiu'i will be ntered againsl vou for
the relief demanded In the ooaiMaint
This notice shall bl published once
each week <- '..... .....secuttve weeks
, THE JEWISH FI.OK1DIAV
\\ 1TNESS ii > hand and the seal or
said court 81 Miami. Florida on thl!>
3rd dai i Beptembei 1*74
RICHARD P BRINKER.
a- Clerk. "ii.'lit Court
i.. de County norlda
Bj NANCY I. GROVES
As ; leouti Clerk
(Circuit Court S. all
David E Stone. K-nuire
101 N.W 12 Avenue
Miami Florida SS1M (M4-45551
Attorney for Petit-
9/6-13-20-27
a, Admlnistratoi C.T A.lMt N
e-t lie Of K O SIC .1 IIAIltM.
';,.:,.. ami that on the SOtfa day ol
.. ,.,74. will a.n.iy to the
,,,,,, Circuit -Ridges of Dad.-
, Florida for anprovaJ of said
,, ,;,.,,rl .,.\ for distribution and
,.,, aiBcharite Admlnlstra or
v d B n "f the eatate ol the
,bo> .-named decedent This Mth dav
i/obErTr^WHITB. Admlnlatrator
C.T A D B N.
ROl......' '' WHITE
Atlornev
1032 duivni Building
Mianc >" ".la 33131
Tel 379-7415
;. $,18-30-27
IN
r,E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 742249 (Blanton)
in RE Estate of
MAI'.'i WBNGROW
''notice TO CREATORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
,,. Claims oi Demands Against satn
K\!,'u "are hereby notified and reouir-
,,, present am claims and demands
K'hlch vou maj havi acalnsi the es-
Jate of MARY WENGROW deceased
I.',',,. ,- ,>,,i. Count* Florida, to tha
Circuit Judges of Dade Counti <"
f,!.. ii.e semi In duplicate and asjcPro-
, m Bectlon 7M.16. ******;
.,, their offices n the Countj
,-, urthouse In Dad, County. Florida,
within f"w calendar nxths from the
".,,.,' c. frsi onb'icaflon hereof, or
,i game will !' ,';;V,r,,n'.
Filed at Miami. Honda
,la. of AlMtuet. A D. lfT4.
SIDNEY EFRONSON
i ah Efronson. ESecutrisi by
per attorney. Sidney Bffonson
Firrst publication of this notice
thi I b da) "' Seoiember. 1974.
Sldne? Bfrwtaon
Attorney for Estate
613 Ainslev I:ull3ing
this :lth
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Friday, September .fc.ua.
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-Jewish Floridian
Florida Friday, September 6, 1974
Section C
Hands Across Sea to Ma'alot
ies School Children to Tradition
In conjunction with the rtu-
|. laily religious education.
L iren of the South Dade
. ademy, H>i SW 74th
iecided they wanted to do
to help case the loss
lien who died in the
Y assacre.
days last May 1 the
irticipated in memorial
I for children who perish-
. collected $252.81 and
roceeds to Ma'alot.
II WAS a children-to-chil-
n i u'." Erwin Marshall,
said. "These children
taught the meaning of
ers."
the memorial service, 30
tiled by one-by-one. and
He in memory of the
ing songs and pledget!
allegiance to the
. itea by singing the Star
Banner and their spi-
ll egiance to Israel by
the Hatikva," Israel's
inthem.
DROR ZADOBi Hebrew
hector, sent a letter
with the fun.ls that
the children raised by canvassing
door-to-door in their neighbor-
hoods. The children also unite
letters in Hebrew to the parents,
the mayor and the other cnil-
dren ol Ma'alot.
This week, the South Dade He-
brew Academy, which encom-
asses nursery through junior
high school, received a letter
from Ma'alot In Israel.
The letter, written by Eli Ben
Jacob, says, "I was happy to re-
ceive your letter of June 6, which
just arrived now together with
many ol the letters tiom tne enn-
of the South Dade Hebrew
Academy.
"Your participation in our sor-
row in the most difficult time
thai we experienced and the
funds that the children of the
South Dade Hebrew Academy for
the children of Ma'alot made us
very excited.
IT MADE us feel better that
the children are partners to our
feelings. We transferred the
charity of S-'oL'.si to a special
memorial fund for those mas-
gai red on May 15, 1974.
'Through you I am asking to
transfer my many thanks an-,i
appreciation to the children of
i mth Dade Hebrew Acade-
my."
Ben Jacob is chairman of the
Consul of Ma'alot.
This is perhaps one of the
most heart-warming things that
I have ever witnessed, "said Dr.
Melvyn Greenstein, president of
the Academy for the past three
years.
"ALL OF our students are
very excited about returning to
school this year because they will
be entering the brand new air-
conditioned. 14-cIassroom, three-
acre facility that we just bought
last spring.
"The first day of school will be
so much more meaningful for
the children when we hold a spe-
cial service and read this letter
to the entire student body."
In responding to the tragedy
of Ma'alot, the school's young-
ste acted in the best tradition
of what Hebrew education is "all
about. Dr. Greenstein declared.
Check for S3.333.33 representing first payment on a 10.000
pledge by the Bank of Miami Beach for Temple Emanu-El's
mortgage burning campaign is turned over by attorney
Benjamin I. Shu'man, (left) to Dr. Irving Lehrman; Charles
Rosenblatt, president of the Temple Emanu-El Men's Club,
looks on with approval as Shulman, chairman of the board
of the Bank ol Miami Beach, and Dr. Lehrman. rabbi of the
Miami Bach congregation for more than 30 years, com-
plete the transaction. Shulman,. an active member of Temple
Emanu-El and the Men's Club, said "The Bank of Miami
Beach is proud to again demonstrate its interest in our com-
munity through support of Temple Emanu-El, the Lehrman
Day School and one of the most respected leaders oi our
nation. Dr. Irving Lahrman." _________
Men's Club Breakfast
Sunday at 9:30 a.m.. in the
Sklar A n of T(
Ner Tamid. the first Men's Club
breakfast meeting of the 1974-75
seas.:', will be held. The guest
e Dr. Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz leader of the
,m. |e [is pres-
ent of ub.
Mrs, Burton Levey To Chair
First JCC Board Retreat
<3~iapp\f c/Vew IJcar Jo ^/tll
o
Stanley R. Gilbert, president of
r-p Jewish Community Centers
If South Florida has announced
*
>
MRS. BURTON K. UVIT '
Mrs. Burton Levey, past
\ lent Women's Division
I : Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, has accepted as chair per-
son for the first annual Jewish
Community Centers Board Re-
treat.
This Retreat for the JCC board
of directors will be held from Fri-
day. Sept. 13. through Sunday.
Sept. 15. at The World of Palm-
Aire, Pompano Beach.
The purpose of the retreat is
to orient new and old board of
director members to the goals of
the Jewish Community Centers
ar.d the services the Center pro-
vides, and also to set the direc-
tion for the coming year.
Myron A. Bere/in. executive
director, has indicated the week-
end will be informal but inten-
sive and will utilize the latest
management techniques to stim-
ulate discussion and provide in-
volvement on the part of the
board members.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff will be
in attendance and will conduct
Friday evening and Saturday
morning services. ___
The Dry Soft Drink
Canada Dry Ginger Ale
*>
'*%.,
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rank Mankiewicz' Lecture To Open
Temple Israel's Greenfield Series
, Temple Israel of Greater Mi
Tni's annual Greenfield Lecture
eries will range from political
nalysis to drama to Jewish and
kial scholarship during the 16
In lay mornings scheduled for
V coming season.
Frank Mankiewicz, the late
f'bert Kennedy's press secretary
Inl author, will open the series
fr Oct. 13 with the first of four
lectures on the 1974 elections. He
k'H be followed by three acade-
micians developing different
hemes of the electoral process in
Ws important year of decision.
Another highlight will be the
oted Broaawey. and Jewish ac-
tor, Morris Carnovsky, combining
Sholem Aleichem and Shake-
speare in a unique one-man dra-
matic performance on Nov. 24.
Religion will be represented by
such outstanding personalities
and scholars as Father Andrew
Greeley priest-sociologist of the
University of Chicago. Rabbis
Jacob Agus, Alvin Reines and
Jack Riemer, while from the aca-
demic world such notables as Dr.
Emil Fackenheim, Leonard Fein
and several local professors will
be among the lecturers.
There is a series or single lec-
ture charge and inquiries con-
cerning the complete schedule
and fees may be made at the
temple.



Page 2-C
JM flcrkfiar
Friday. September 8,
m.
Finally, Golumbo Gels His Man-Mr. Kidosh
By KIIIRA1M RISIIOV
The situation is as follows:
this good-looking architect has
done in old Mac O'Muck at
dawn, seeing that the contractor
took a dim view of the sky-
scraper he's building, but Coluni-
bo is already hot on his tracks
because one look at the script
has told him the villain is crazy
about classical mjsic.
' ur TV set is positively
trembling with inner tension,
and ourselves are biting our
nails to the quick.
XL'.MBER-ONE suspect is the
corpse's blonde wife, but we at
home know better, since we hap-
pen to have been in at the kill-
ing. It's precious little use.
though, because Columbo kee^s
pretending .
Rrrring!
The phone goes somewhere
be>ond hand's reach. Who the
hell rings up at the height >f
Columbo? \Vp rise, turn over two
chairs in the dark, and cock one
ear to the receive;- while our
eyes stay riveted on the screen.
"Yes!"
Hello" the sorrowful voice
of an old lady pipes up at the
other end I'm net disturb-
ing you, am I?"
Yes!"
"Im Gad's mother."
"Yes!"
"Gad Winternitz of Nahariya."
THK GOOD-l.;oking: architect
is poking fun at Columbo. as well
he may. since the director has
riven him a cast-iron alibi. Now
he's even trying it on with the
blonde.
Tie question which people all
over town are asking themselves
is: Where has the architect hid-
den the body?
Yes!" I shrill into the phone.
Where?"
"I've a ereat favor to ask of
you. please. My late husband
'-el to sav when we still
lived in Bat Yam on 6 Titus
Sueet. that is he said that
if I should ever need the advice
of some creative person, I
should turn to you and to no
one else because you're the car-
toonist ami Gad's friend, too."
WHO IS GAD? And where's
!.. I the body, dammit?
"Peop!e told me you're stuck-
up ami not very nice a!to*?ther"
Spinoza Forum Lecture Schedule For September
The Spino/.a Forum founded by
Dr. Abraham Wolfson in 1933
meets in the Washington Federal
Auditorium. 1234 Washington
Ave.. Miami Beach, each Thurs-
day the year around from 9:45
a.m. to noon and is still under his
Donald Soffer
Elected Fellow
Of Brandeis U.
Donald Soffer of Pittsburgh
and Miami. oi>erating partner of
the A.entura Corporation hi
Floiida and the Oxford Develop-
ment Comj any of Pittsburgh, has
Leen elected a Fellow of Brandeis
Unive- ,;ity.
Brandeis Follows are lea ling
men and women throughout the
country whose skills and experi-
ence are placed at the disposal
of Brandeis in areas of their spe-
cial competence.
Mr Softer is a 1931 gra I
of Biandeis and has been active
in t.'ie University's Alumni As-
-' ilatton. He is a contributoi t'<
Brandeis scholarship funds, the
Biandeis Annual Giviru-
gram, an i ..- a fac ilty sponsor
and a life member of the Uni-
versity
Mr. Soffer lias been deeply in-
voived in a nui
activities In ; ling the Jew .-
Federation. Montifiore H *| 11
University of Pittsburgh and the
Pittsb irgh Unite I Fund, in '
ami. he Is among the
of Mt. Sinai Hospital.
The Aventura Corporation is
amom< the largesl levi I tpers of
homes and condominiums in
Dade County. Oxford Dev
ment Company bis levelo]
maj centers
bull m nt
buildings in Pennsylvania and
West .
Diabetes Clinician To
Attend Meeting In Israel
Aii< :a Heaney, R N t dia
clini foi the !:. i! Ion-
way Diabi tic and Metals
tor, [nc. at North Beach Me!
Canter, Inc., Ft. Lauderdals will
tend t!ie I the
Eu o] ean Association for the
Study of Diabetes in Jerusala
The Sept. 10-13 meeting will
enable Mijs Heaney to present
her plan for an exchange student
program for Floridians and Is-
raelis who are diabetics. Miss
Heaney's trip on behalf of the
Center is being sponsored by
Mrs. Winifred Winchester, one of
its volunteer workers.
idiectiof] The iiogram features
music, lectures and discussion
and is free to all.
iTo.iua's Secretary of State,
Richard "Dick" Stone was to be
the guest speaker at this week's
session. F.,-.w,ra Cohen, adminis-
trative director of Temple Israel
of Greater Miami who serves as
a columnist for The Jewish Flor-
idian. will discuss the election at
the Sept. 12 meeting, and Dr.
Earl Kahn, a chiropractic physi-
cian, will discuss backache Sept.
19. There will be no meeting
Sept. 26. the Day of Atonement.
Eohraim Kishon
thus Mrs. Winternitz "but
I said no. he Joes try to he-
it he can. an 1 it's j,:s: that lie's
always so busy drawing til
pictures, that's what I sal I,
hedo?"
"Heilo," say I. "Who's that?"
"Hello" the intrepid old la ly
hello. uonestly didn't wan* to
trouble you. please, but my
biother-in-'aw told me today we
ought to put on pressure, other-
wise you know what happens in
this country, what with the Gov-
ernment and ail. I mean, if my
husband were stili a'ive. I never
of course, but like this all a
mortgage and you can reJ-tz i-
de-uant. So could you ; loa.-e tell
me if now or I'd better wait?"
I CAN'T swear that's exactly
what she said, but that's what
a man hears when he's bang in
the middle of a frantic house-
search at the good-looking archi-
tect's who's done in old Mac
O'Muck.
Yes!' I groan into the mouth-
piece, "Halle!"
"I'm asking if you think I
should sign all the same?"
"There's more to it than that."
"Than what?"
"That blonde."
"Hello" the interpid old lady
"This is Mrs. Winternitz,
Gad's mama, hello."
The killer realizes that the
movie is nearing its end, but he
won't give in yet. As long as
t.aey haven't found the body,
Columbo can't prove a thing
against him.
.Mi:. I've a hunch the architect
has stuck old Mac O'Muck in
among the scaffolding of the sky-
aper and poured cement over
. .
Hello?" Mrs. Winternitz
With a tQMcfe of panic in her
v< ic "What cement, please?
Hello?"
"Who 'i i you say you wanted
11 talk to?"
t :e cartoonist fan from
I newspaper. lint that you?"
"\ $ Fm y o
m m j iu please tell me
if y i think I ought t > sign or
\Vh '- nan ; lag thL thing?"
"Jl .->.!"
tuff IN ffllS, t v, be.
it's a!. <>'i:r.- too much for me.
I'm sure i :? grave error was
e at the statt the jriginai
sin. sort of.
. \; v V.'irU -H\e i
me on her fust a ;eaiance
. !:t'.-.er was read) t> help a
ow human being I should
have answered:
Never, under any c u;i"n.
madam! Now here I am with my
Jewish heart, and there Columbo
has just ^iven orders !> knock
down all that cement and dig
out the body. And Justin stands
at there and laughs .n his
fa.e Not Justin, the architect.
"GIVE ME a call after the
holidays, huh?" I mumble at the
phone. "Always glad ."
No, please, hello! I told you
he's flying abroad tomorrow!"
"Who?"
'Justin."
A stupendous drama Is un-
folding before our eyes, a foul
murder of the first degree, and
me, I'm expected to bother ^
head with Justin. :8,J
I can't stand the fellow h.1
a crook. Columbo is iacin "
architect's car. consuming ^
tlties of gas but what the )Z
Then the Chinese flunky ,hZ
up. and I've just got to put ^
babbling receiver doun on th,
desk. There are limits to wi[,
a man can bear. Let the archil*.
and Mrs. Winternitz fly WC
they want.
Not the architect. Justin tim.
Mac O'Muck's body U hkjfeod
the car's boot, and I'm *,Huv J
bet anything in the w<
"Hello! Hello! He
A voice crying from my de*
I pick it up:
"Who's that?"
"Gad's mama. Heilo. Am I jj.
turbwig youV"
I BKLIEVE the Eskimo* M
old women out on the Ice ar.1 ti '
seals come and eat the
They know what I
with their whatsit l
what My pereonalil
el a stats o tots
BS 1 am between C >]
t:-. and the Bskim -
At the very lasl n t. thejl
switch on these
anl the murdeier walks
into the trap. They've i |
; chum!
You had it all figured i .t -.t
nicely, but you didn't
Gad. Not Gad: I 7^
say he has one glass eye, ba
that's just what hini
human, a ten.fie a. t
name?
"Justin," whispers tfl l
nitz in the willows. Then jw|
think he could go ab: :"
"By all means."
"Thank you. Y'ou've been il
real help. I'm sorry 11 have dis-1
turbed you so late at night"
"Sure."
"Regards from Ga L"
"Don't mention it."
"Goodnight, Mr. KldosJi"
"Goodnight. Mrs. C '.umbish."
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'Open Door9 At Synagogue
Rabbi Hollander Reelected
Orthodox Temple B'nai Israel
; announcing an "open door
' which will not exclude
worshippers because they may be
financially indigent. -
Rabbi Ralph Z. Glixman, spl-
leader of the temple at
9600 Sunset Dr. said in the an-
nouncement that "families will
donate what they feel they can
afford for membership.
"And boys will not be denied
the right to Bar Mitzvah because
they can not afford the high cost
of tuition elsewhere."
Rabbi David B. Hollander of
the Mt. Eden Center in Bronx,
N.Y., and president of the Poale I
Agudath Israel of America, has ?
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FridgY- September 8,

Rabbi Abraham Korf, regional Director of Merkos-Chabad
Lubaviich receives a S25.C0O check from Joseph Margulius
for the purchase of the first Chabad House in Florida, which
will spark the campaign to bring back 3.0C0 uncommitted
Jewish students to their Torah trus heritage.
Chabad House Activities To
Be Directed By Committee
Scholarly
Marks Dr.
By Special Report
A ?cho:ar!y anthology in Ju-
daica has been in
Yeshiva University in honor of
Dr. Samuel Belkin on his 30th
year as Pi esident.
Entitle! "Studies in
the volume features philosophical
essays and translations. A hi
light is the most cofflpretiensl
evaluation of Dr. Belkin as schol-
ar.
THE ARTKIF. by Dr. Leon
D. S1 '-: In. edit
ogy and ppsaseaoi J<
pbiloao at x*ei
says thai Dr. BeUdn's works on
the Greek philosopher PI i
Mtttutei a major c
! n to J sh ~ht in ke
ir. 5 with the Main ni
trine that Ji any-
faceted scheme i f th aght
-;n3 of biblical, rabbinic and
Rabbi Abraham K
Director of the Luba Move-
ment, announce. I We
that a steering committee has
been formed to plan the con
year's activities at the newly ac-
quired Lubavitch facility,
House, a sprawling c lo-
cated at 1401 All n Rd., Mian I
Beach.
The committee's first act was
to announce that Chabad House
would be formally dedicated at a
gala dinner on Nov. 3. The site
has not yet been chosen.
Chabad House was recently
named in honor of philanthropist
Joseph Margulius. ft i< the I
* uh facility in Florida and i- ex-
pected to be the focal [xiint of
Lubavitch programs aimed at in-
volving Jews in traditional reli-
gious activities.
Plans for a massive youth ef-
fort were also approved at Wed-
nesday's meeting. The campaign
young Israelis who died in last
young Israeli's who died in last
year's Yom Kippur War.
"We have perceived a tre-
mendous challenge in the tragedy
of last October." said Rabbi
Korf. "For every man and wom-
an who fell defending Israel, we
are committed to reaching one
young Floridian and exposing
him or her to the many facets of
a true Jewish lifestyle. It is our
hope that they will go on to de-
vote themselves to Jewish prin-
ciples and ideals. We cannot
think of a more fitting memorial
to the 3.000."
A year ion.; budg I 4 ^~
for t^te organisation's various
. was i ibmlfte i to the
c :".: 11 tee VL'ednea lay. ( iin rnit-
tee directors stated that their
was to bring together 100
members of the Jewish com ;
munity who we tl I each conl
Lute 15,000.
Joseph Macguilius, a resident
of Winnipeg, Canada, and Mia
Is a prominent supporter of
i Itch cause? throughout the
world. Othei committee members I
the Hlrs ... Sandy
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Among other contributions are
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Page 5-C
ord and GOP Have a Golden Opportunity
By ERNEST B. FTIRfttlRSON
. Ixw Angel** Times Syndicate
WASHINGTON Just be#ore
\fte change ~of Presidents, nearly
(twice as many Americans called
themselves Democrats as they did
iRepublican*. Yet between now
[and the next presidential elec-
tion. Mr. Ford has a chance to
fmake that party identification
Lhollv beside the point. He al-
Iready has started in that direc
Half the prospect lies in his
actions. The other half Is
Iwith the Democrats themselves,
land whether or not they continue
suicide attempts from which
jixon benefited so handsomely.
IN THE coming Id months or
lown
so, the Democrats mu=t face some
sobering facts: No longer can
they run agaimjt the Viejna i
War or agajnt Nkonian scand:il-
The man in the White House now
is approximately what 47 mill:on
voters thought they were getting
when they were misled into sup-
porting Nixon two year* ago.
Barring unlikely surprises on
Mr. Ford's part, the Democrats
are going to have to make their
case against him on traditional
bread and butter issues.
If they have \he sense to rec
ognize that, it will be the most
fortunate thing to happen to
them since Barry Gokhvater got
nominated at the Cow Palace.
GOLIWATEB'S nomination is
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theduled this Fall at the Center,
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available for children, teens
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and I ine Crest Elementary
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extensive program in the
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mii-1 remember as they approach
197R George MoGovern'f nomi
nation is the other. The doomed
campaigns run by those candi-
dates showed that an idol of the
far ripht or the New Left can
pull only about 38 percent of the
electorate.
The swine vote that deter-
mines presidential elections is
the one-quarter of th<> population
tha* inhabits the political center.
The catch that makes possible
debacles like those of 1964 and
1972 is that the extremes have
come to dominate intraparty pol-
ities.
THAT IS especially true when
the party is out of presidential
power and its leadership is frag-
mented It was the sincleminded-
ness and enthusiasm of the zea-
lot1; that forced Goldwater and
M-Govern into nomination
aca'nst divided moderate opposi-
tion and thus assured their par-
lies' defeat.
So what is called for in the
current "out" party is the fore-
sight to see beyond the summer
convention of 1976 to the Novem-
ber election This quality is rarer,
yet more necessary, in ward-and
state-level activist and bohind-
seenes strategists than among the
national candidates themselves.
Its absence is familiar among
newcomers to politics, like the
amateurs who wrecked Democra-
tic hopes in 1968 and 1972.
THE NATIONAL contest is for
that shifting center, and Mr. Ford
has acknowledged that in his
speech to the joint session of
Congress. "Communication, con-
ciliation, compromise and co-op
eration" was his theme, and that
is just what Middle America
wants to hear.
It will be hard enough for the
Democrats to combat this Eisen-
hower-style orthodoxy with their
traditional appeals to the social
and economic interests of the old
Roosevelt coalition.
It will be impossible for them
to regain the White House if
they fantasize that they can nom-
inate just any eccentric body and
win merely because they are the
majority party.
THEY MUST recognize that to
indulge the extremes, as symbol-
ized in their party by George Mc-
n*' "rn and George Wallace, will
be to leap to disaster again.
ineir ->ituation demands some-
one who will bespeak party posi-
tions and dreams stirringly
enough to satisfy their many
idealists without scaring away the
crucial swing vote.
THAT MEANS someone from
the ideological persuasion bor-
dered by Sen. Edward Kennedy
of Massachusetts on one side and
Sen. Henry Jackson of Washing-
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All of which leaves room in
between for Sen. Edmund Muskie
of Maine; Sen. Walter Mondale,
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of a presidential campaign on the
basic issues that define the two
parties for a change.
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Friday, Septemb^s-^
'Miami Shalom' Open House
Held To Welcome Newcomers
The first regular "Miami Sha-
lom open house took place Sun-
day. Aug. 18. and was reportedly
a rousing success.
Shalom" is sponsoring a se-
ries of social functions for new
Jewish residents of the Miami
area under the auspices of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Women's Division.
Nearly 20 newcomers were
welcomed Sunday with a recep-
tion at the Federation building.
4200 Biscayne Blvd. Federation
vice president Harry B. Smith
and Mrs. Smith. Women's Divi-
sion president, addressed the
gathering with an informal dia-
logue to familiarize them with
the facilities of their new Jewish
community.
On hand to greet newcomers
were "Miami Shalom'* chairman
Mrs. Ernest Andich and Mrs Sol
Landau. Women's Division Com-
munity Education vice president
As a result of the evening's suc-
cess. Mr? Andich and Mrs. Lan-
dau have announced a series of
ooen houses for "Miami Shalom."
to be held the first Sunday of
each month starting this Fall-
Miami Shalom" provides new
residents with an extensive direc-
tory of community services, filled
with handy information, as well
as a chance to be welcomed per-
sonally and to meet other new-
comers to the area.
Newcomers to the Miami area
should contact Evelyn Kopelman
at 576-4000 for details and fur-
ther information.
Federation leaders helping say "Shalom" to newcomers to
the Miami area were (left to right): Mrs. Ernest Andich,
"Miami Shalom" chairman; Mrs. Sol Landau, Women's
Division Community Education vice president; Harry B.
Smith. Federation vice president, and Mrs. Smith, Women's
Division president.
Among newcomers to the Miami area enjoying the first
"Miami Shalom" open house at Federation were Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Gast.
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Shalom" open house included Qeft to right) Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Flam, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Rolnick.
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ing session at Mount Sinai Medical Center
hosted by L. Jules Arkin in the Founders
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Anna and Louis Hand Cyclotron (Space-Age
Stethoscope) latest of the modem sophisti-
cated medical eguipment being used at Mt.
Sinai, followed the meeting. Among those
attending wers (left to right) Charles Whi
comb, president of Bamett Bank of Miami;
Harry Shellhammer, vice president of Cha*
Federal Savings and Loan; Andrew Lory,
president of Bank of North Bay Village; B.
H. C. Vining, controller and executive .
sistant to the president of Republic Banktf
Miami, and Charles Clements Sr. chairman
of the board of Sun Bank, Bal Harbour,
Concert, Lecture Opens New Season
The season-opening concert and
lecture will be presented by the
Yiddishe Literary and Dramatic
Circle Friday at 7:45 p.m. in the
American Savings Bank. 1200
Lincoln Rd.
Recina Balin. accompanied by
Helen Skolnik at the piano,
sin- Goldfadin's fam
The program will also include the
ie "Jerusalem and its Mili-
tary March." and a lecture by
Samuel So! Rosen on the topic
Can Israel and Jewish Culture
Survive in Spite of All Enemies
S .: re indtag?"
Similar programs will take
la e the first Friday of each
nth they are open to a'l.
AZF Convention Oct. 26-21
NEW YORK More thangj
delegates from '>mmuititi|[
throughout the United Statal
will participate in the third %\
tional Convention of the Aal
jean Zionist Federation, Ocffl
through Oct. 28. at the SttM
Hi.ton Hotel in Boston, M||
according to an anncunowpjl
by Rabbi Isra< -[
. :ent.
Now there's a ground coffee
that tastes great without caffein,
So enjoy.
Ground roast
Brim decaffeinated coffee
is rich in Colombian beans.
Go ahead and enjoy rich ground Brim* decaffeinated coffee.
Ground Brim8 is 97% caffein free. So you don't have to worry
and ration your coffee. And when it comes to ta'amBrim* is
so deliciously rich. Let your cup runneth overover and overl
REGULAR OR DRIP GRIND,
FREEZE-DRIED, OR ELECTRIC PERK
So rich you fill your cup
with flavor, not caffein


iday,. September 6. 1974
Ubtfeft ihrHHn
Page 7-C
Askeufs Reelection Will Bring
State A New Lieutenant Governor
Tlie reelc-otion of Gn\. Reubin
[Askew this fall would bring to
1>-e Administratir.n a nc.v iieu-
I tenant governor State Sen.
[jjm Williams of Ocate.
jn the new administration,
kit-.tenant Governor Jim Wil-
wo.ild also be named Sec-
Ktary of the Department of Ad-
itration, wliich hai several
: v 'es-jonsibi ities in the
gement of state govern
Biient
WTllInmi would bring to the
|r,,;; business experience that
Kates lack to 1947. Since 1962,
Iwhen he retired from the mining
IboJines*. Williams has success-
j owned and operated citrus
-0Ves and a cattle ranch. Wil-
uould apply this business
Experience to the business of
lanaging state government.
Go*. Reubin Askew Sen. Jim Williams
Gov. Askew said.
The Department of Adminis-
tration is responsible for putting
into effect the state budget in
all agencies, the personnel and
job classifications for state jobs,
the retirement plans of the state
and counties and for all long-
ran re state planning.
Williams nas served as a State
Senator since 196rf, where he has
provided legislative leadership in
environmental protection, educa-
te li. fiscal responsibility and tax
reforms for which he has won
numerous Most Valuable Legisla-
tor awards.
This experience wiii be put to
use in the new administration,
for as Lieutenant Governor. Wil-
liams will also be coordinator of
the administration's legislative
program.
Rep. Murray Dubbin. Dade
County campaign chairman for
Gov. Askew, has named Miami
Beach Councilman and former
Vice Mavor Leonard O. Wein-
stein. ?s campaign director for
Miami Leach. Weinstcin will
head a newly formed Committee
responsible for petting out the
vote on Miami Eeach which in-
cludes civic leaders, club presi-
dents, office holders and former
eovernmc nt officials.
Dr. Irving Lehrmcm (far left), chairman of the Greater Miami
brae] Bonds board of governors, is greeted by former Prime
Minister Golda Meir (second from right) at last month's Is-
rael Bond Jerusalem Leadership Conference. Also pictured
with Rabbi Lehrman and Mrs. Meir are (from left) Sidney
S. Graen, Financial Advisor to Israel; Michael Arnon, presi-
dent and chief executive officer of the Israel Bond Organi-
zation; and Julian B. Venezky, national chairman of Regions
fcr Israel Bonds. The conference was held at the invitation
of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.
|The group attending the Aug. 8 dedication
Jc; ths "Mrs. Ruth Yablick and Mr. and Mrs.
Berrold Goodman Haii" in the entrance to the
|Lcw Faculty on the Hebrew University's
] Sccdus campus included (from left)
Dr. Aharon Rabinowitz, Prof. Reuven Ycron,
Miami Beachites Mrs. Leon Kronish, Mr. and
Mrs. Jerrold Goodman and Rabbi Kronish,
and Avraham Harman, president of the uni-
versity.
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APRICOT DRESSING
1 can (8 3/4 cz) apricots, mashed
1/4 cup orange ;jiCo
1/4 CLP HELLMANN'S/BEST FOODS
Reai Mayonnaise
1 cup heavy cream, whipped
Reserving liquid, drain and mash aori-.
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Fc d whipped cream into apricot mix-
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Submitted by:
Mm Sarah Paul
Philacelphia, Pennsylvania'
TUNA PUFFS
1 bouillon cube
1 /4 cup boiling water
~\ 1 /4 cups fine dry bread crumbs
1 can (7 oz) tuna, drained and
finely chopped
1/2 Cup HELLMANN'S/BEST FOODS
Rea' Mayonnaise
1/4 cup l.nely chopped onion
2 tablespoons minced parsley
1 tablespoon prepared mustarc
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon pepper
Dissolve bouillon cube in boiling water.
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cookie sheet. Bake in 400"F oven 10
;es or until heated through. If de-
sued, serve with favorite seafood sauce
or Lemon Mustard Seafood Sauce
(above). Makes 28 pulls.
Submitted by:
Mrs Frances Pappas
Schenectady, N.Y.
AND IT IS CUSTOMARY ON
ROSH HASHANAH TO DIP
AN APPLE INTO HONEY
BEFORE THE MEAL STARTS
IT IS SYMBOLIC OF A
SWEET NEW YEAR.
LEMON MUSTARD SEAFOOD SAUCE
This sauce is delicious served with
Tuna Puffs.
1 can (10 3/4 oz) condensed cream
of celery or mushroom soup
1/4 CUP HELLMANN'S/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
2 teaspoons grated lemon rind
2 tablespoons lemon juice
1 teaspoon prepared mustard
In small saucepan, mix together all in-
gredients. Cook over medium heat, stir-
ring constantly, until mixture comes to
boil and sauce looks smooth. Remove
from heat. Makes 1 1/3 cups.
Submitted by:
Miss Rebecca Levin
Northampton, Mass.
4
ZESTY CARROTS
1 pound carrots, cut in julienne strips
112 cup water
1/2 Cup HELLMANN'S/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
2 tablespoons grated onion
2 tablespoons horseradish
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon pepper
1/4 cup line dry bread crumbs
1 tablespoon Nucoa* margarine,
melted
1/2 teaspoon paprika
1 tablespoon minced parsley
Place carrots and water in 2.-quart
saucepan; cover and bring to boil. Re-
duce heat and simmer 5 minutes or
until tender. Drain, reserving 1/4 cup
liquid. Stir together Real Mayonnaise.
reserved carrot liquid, onion, horse-
radish, salt and pepper. Place carrots
in 10x6 x 1 3/4-inch baking dish. Pour
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Mix crumbs and margarine. Sprinkle
over carrots. Sprinkle with paprika.
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utes or until heated. Garnish with
minced parsley. Makes 6 servings.
Submitted by:
Mrs. I. Rubin
Philadelphia. Penna.
HELLMANNS
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East ct me Rockies the name 'S Hen
West it s Best Foods. By either name
same tme Real Ma,c-maise.
SARDINE SALAD
2 cans (8 oz each) sardines in
tomato sauce
2 hard cooked eggs, chopped
1 cup cooked elbow macaroni
112 cup chopped red onion
1/4 cup HELLMANN'S/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
Lettuce
Reserving tomato sauce, bone and
chop sard.nes. Toss together sarames,
tomato sauce, egg. macaroni, onion
and Real Mayonnaise. Chill. Serve on
lettuce lined plates. Makes 3 cups.
Submitted by:
Mrs. Edythe R Morin
Worcester, Mass.
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Page 8-C
? *## Hr-rims*
Friday. September 6.1974
Sisterhood To
Feature Talk By
Hypnotherapist
The Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood
of Beth Torah Congregation.
1051 Interama Blvd.. North Mi-
ami Beach. Is activWypw'paHnf
their year's program.
The first meeting, to be held
Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the Rose-
mary Nacron School Chapel, will
feature Dr. Sheldon Schneider, a
North Miami Beach hypno-
therapist. Dr. Schneider will
speak on 'Pathways to the Sub-
conscious."
In keeping with the tradition
of continued Jewish education,
the theme of the upcoming Hij^i
Holidays will prevail on a moael
holiday table, with the refresh-
ments customarily used and with
a mini-lesson on the holidays.
Upcoming programs will fea-
ture Creative Handicrafts, Eook
Reviews, mini-courses, luncheon,
special events and many other
exciting programs.
The Sisterhood is one of SOC
affiliated with Women's League
for Conservative Judaism, an or-
ganization of over 200,000 women
stressing Jewish ethical teach-
ings as they apply to individual
and group life.
Mrs. Nat Siesser is president.
Mrs. Marshall Baltuch is l EAC
vice president and Mrs. Harvey
Baxter is program chairman.
Friedman Seeks
IN. Dade Dist. 2
Committee Post
Kenneth Friedman has quali-
fied to run for the Democratic
Executive Committee in District
2. a North Dade District which
encompasses precincts 4, 5. 6, 7.
8. 9. 10. 13 and 213.
Friedman is past Democratic
Executive Committeeman. and
has served as president of the
Jaycees. president of Toastmas-
ters. vice-president of the V
Democrats, chairman of the
Youth Advisory Board, and direc-
tor of the Crime Commission.
Friedman has long been active
in politics dating back to early
campaign! "f his father. Judge
Milton Friedman. He aiso he
coordinate races for Ri -
don. Ja :On and Ch Kk Hall.
Running with Friedman is
Judy who seeks the
-
r.g
De
t: eaf I I r.-
nty.

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Sisterhood To Feature Skit
th- Sisl lath
Yeshurun W I m.
will feature an
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ex-
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But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
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as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
your family, we ur?e you to do so now. In this way. you
can be certain that your family will not sutler needlessly.
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Page 10-C
*Jen it fkrkfor
Friday. September 6
197*
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKE
UOil NOTKI
UCAl NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
tLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
FRANK B DOWLING
PROBATE NO. 74-5420
In RE: Estate of
MORIS ROSENBAND a.k-^a-... .
MOISZE JANKIEL ROSENBAND
.. .. .1 M< USES R< >SENBAND
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit.es and All Persona
n> c .i.in- i mandi
Said Bat
You arc hereby notified and re-
quired i" preaeni any claims and de-
mands which you nuu have against
the estate bl MORIS ROSENBAND
. :, Ml I1SZE .1 i.NK I EL R (SEX-
BAND k MOISES ROSEXBAND
.. ased late I l "ade I '< m I) Florida,
to Hi. Circuit Judg f Dade Cou
;, ,| rile tn< same In du
, id) '1 In Section i lorlda
lutes, in their offices in the County
i 'ourthousi Dade County Pli
n
22i a
tugusl .
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1574
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
re in
ess under i u i me of
PED 'GAGE CO IXC Bl .'-:
iv. His eah Florida in-
reii r said nuii with the
'ourt of Dade
U Flu Ida
PEDRO HERNANDEZ
S.ifi-23-30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-473*
In RE Estate of
3.11-1 .IAN HOOVER.
!.....used
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO A1-1. PERSOXS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OP SAID
DECEDENT
You are herehy notified that s writ-
ten Instrument purporting to he the
rill and testament if said dee-
denl has been admitted to probate in
Bald Court. You are hereby com-
manded within six calendar months
fri m the date of the first publication
of this notice to appear in said court
. :il Rhow cause, if any yU an. whv
the action of aald Court In admitt'r.a
"ill to probate should not stand
Bl pi v okl d
JI'DGE JOHN R PT.ANTON
i' cull Court Judge
RICHARD P BRIXKER. Clerk
B> O IRNE1 I. ROBIXSON
llenutv Clerk
KT'RT WELLISCH. Attorney at Law
r Oil BERT MARBEY.
] utoi r Estate of I.II.I.IAN
-" '\ ER. i .....ii d
.1 A'.merta Avenue. Suit.- Ci>n-E
il Gabli da SS1S4
First pub this notli on
the v;li day of August, 1974
g 9-lf.-2.l-3n
that
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
undersign, d, desiring '
usin8a under the flctll Ii us i I
- 'TH SHI 'RE DEVEI I 'PMENT
v SSi :IATES al IST3 \\ est 4th
'!:. eai I" fi 10
Iter said name Wltl the Clerk or
Circuit Court of Dade County,
JACK ARON .'.'"'-
STUART BERNSTEIN 50f
3/33-30 ?'C-!3
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 FEyVIEKE.
Husband,
and
MARIE FEQI'lERE.
Wife.
Yol MARIE FEQCIERE. 202-11 45
Road. Bayslde Queens, N.w York, are
required to file your answer to the
petition for dissolution of man
with the Clerk of the above Court and
serve a ropy thereof upon the peti-
tioner's attorney, Herman "Cohen.
Esq 333 8 W 1st Street, .Miami. Flor-
ida, on or before September 17. 1 ^74.
or else petition will be confessed.
Dated August 7 l:74
RICHARD P. BRINKER
CUrk. Circuit Court
By B. J, FOY
Deputy Clerk
8 13-23-30
IN THE CIRC IT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE D'VIS'ON
JOSEPH NESBITT
PROBATF NO 74-5487
NOTCE TO CREDITORS
n RE: hstate of
soli IMON ANISFELD
I. ceased
po All Creditors and All Persons
ng Claims or Demands Against
Said Estati
Yi u are hereby notified and re-
preseni any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
th.....tate of SOLOMi N AXISFELD
i of Dade County. Flor-
:.[. to the I 'Ircull Judge of I 'ade
nd file the same In duplicate
as provided In Section 733 II,
Statutes, In their offices in
Count) Courthouse In Had. Coun-
ty, Florida, within four calendar
months Ciom tiie time of the
publication hereof, or thi ..no will be
barred.
; A Miami, Florida. :his 18th
.... August, A.D 1974
M< IRRIS AXISFELD
As Executor
Plrai publication of tins notice on
th i'.i\ of August, 1974.
Sidney Bfronson
- lie
612 Alnsley Building, Miami, Fia.
ft 3 9-6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTH OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-4573
(JUDGE DOWLING)
In Re: Estate ol
WILLIAM CHAl-EK.
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors and All Persons Hav.
ins Claims or Demands Agalnal Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present an) claims and di n
which you maj have against the es-
tate of Wll.l 1AM CHALEK. de-
i-ease.l late of Dade County, Florida.
to the Circuit Judges of Had, County,
the same In duplicate and as
Sectloi .33.16, Florida
Statutes, In i! In tbe County
Courthousi Dade County, Florida.
m th>
time of tbe first publlcatli n hereof
or I/. '
Fill Florida l II
da] a 1'
FE
A x C.T A
First pu f this noi i
the "4
IX, HAY'S .v GRO
B) MOSES J
A
l. > A
Mil mi Fi
I i-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JLOXIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. N AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
PROBATE D'V IS.ON
PROBATE NO ~4-S398
BARKER)
In RE EM .
NATHAN A BR< 'WN
--. i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Persons
h.i\ Ing Claims or Di n
Saul Bstati
You are hereby n titled and
quired to present anj i
manda whlcl you n i) ha> .'
the estate of Nathan a BROWN
ile. -as...I lati of Di O iunl v. I'
Ida, to the Circuit Judge of DaJ
County, and file the sami In dup
and a pro\ idi d In Sectloi
a, in theli i in
the County Courthousi in Dadi Cou -
m Flor da \- thin f.>ur
months from the time of the
; up ii a I ion nereol, oi the sam< w
barred.
F1U d al Miami Fl I la, I 23rd
da) ol AURUBt, A IV 1974
CHARLES BRi >'N
.\s Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the Snth day of August. 1874.
HENRY Ni iRTi N
Attorne) I i t to rator
1201 B ii: ni Iiuilding
Miam' i ;i,il3n
9-6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTH OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-528*
In He: Estate of
ROSE FRCCHTMAN
,,.. dei -'ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Ad Persona Hav-
IN THE CIRCUIT C0URT~^-----.
ELEVENTH JUDIClALcmcmr*
FLORIDA IN ANO ?q.U
OADE COUNTY
3
PROBATE D VISION
PROBATE NO 74 iyr.
In RE: Eetate of **"
MINNIE 8CHIFFER
*Bf*rfe.-tMorTo-
To All Creditors ami vl p
-
i'ng'ciainis or Demands Against Said Having Claims or Demand. ^V***
Estate S:'"' "t*< '""a.
You .ire hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and d> niands
which you may have against tbe es-
tate oi ROSE FRCCHTMAN, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
. Clri uit Judges ,.f Hade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 73S.16, Florida
utes, In theli b In the County
Courthouse In I'.^'.e Count] Florida,
Within four calendar months from the
tim< flrsi publ >n hereof.
h irri d
Florida, thla lth
da) : ah- I' l74
VSHTi >N KORN
\ i:\- utor
' nf this notice on
th- f AUBTlst. 1974.
' N
v
-
52t-sn
Ton are
quired to
hereby notified anil
preaeni ;,,.. ;, 'u
demands which you m i
" 1
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tl.....Mat.- Of MINNIE Si'Mim-p?*
ceased late of Dad mntv vl"J\K
... the Circuit Judg.
and file the sm. |, ,|,
FloniJ
t "Unf
oi..\ Idi d in s.
Statutes, In 'b. Ii
t\ Courthouse in l>
Ida, within 4 calendar month. uL
the time of th ^
of. or the sain.- will
Filed at Miami, i"
day
. :
NOTICE UNDE3
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
>.- :'.:: GIVEN that
^ to eneMKi
US I Ml'
i.J.S t SS" IATES Bl 1*4 W est-
i Mia Springs. F I
i ii with the
thi Cin uit Court Of Hade
1 ... '
tNSTEIN
J.vi DI I- IXER
i. MAXDEL.L
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XI ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thit
the ui en ure
:-::,.- under the 1
r,f h< at W 10th
gtreel M Is to ra-
Clerk of
Circuit C in D I County,
i.i.
EVi AXGt'l 0
S 23-30 '6-U
of AURUSt, A I '
MILTON SCI
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Fit -' pub itioi ,i
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Al Carl E V
Attoi
Suite "i"1. 1423
Fl
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-22771
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
GIOVANNI FURNARI.
Husband
and
H ED WIG I.EMBO FURNARI
Wife
TO: He.lwig I^mbo Furnari
*"> Drake Acenue
N'.u Rochelle. New York
TOC ARE HEREHY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
rlase has been filed axalnsl you and
\.u are required to servi a copy of
rour written defenses if any. to it i,n
'NiiEi.o a ai.i. attorney for P. I
tioner. whose | Idress la Suite 400,
Roberta Bulldlns;, ': Flagler
Street Miami. Florida 33180. am
ihe original with the Clerk of the
above styled ,.urt on or before Sen.
Kith ':-7: otherwise n default U
be m-re I you f. i lb., f ,i '
manded in the conipl-iint ir |ie-
tition.
This not!, e shaii be published one*
.-,.! week 'oe four .on^ecut'v av*k^
In THE JEWISH FI.OBiHI...v
WITNESS nd Uu eil t
said court at Miami. Florida o <)..
3th day of Augus' 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER
As i"|erk. Circuit Court
Dad.- County, F'orida
By WII.I.ii- BRADSHAW JR.
As Deputy Clerk
frirrult Court Seal)
ANOBIX) A. A LI
Suite 4" 2X West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33131
Attorney for Petitioner
8 IC-33-30
9 6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ennuta
In business under the fictitious num..
of LITRE AUTO REBUILDERS at
10494 S W. 1-7 Terrace. Miami, Flor-
ida 33157, intends to register said
name with the clerk of the Circuit
Court of Da,!,- County, Florida.
THKVi >R CHEN
8345 S W "7 Ay.
I RICHARD JAO BS
Attorney for Applicant
300 Roberta Kuilding
8/16-23-30 6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the unib rsii-ned. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MORI FRRMON nt MM Collins Ave-
nue. Miami Reach. Florida 33141 In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
M< IR1 FREMON. INC.
By: Mori Fremon
JAM1--S S ROTH. ESQ
FROM BERG. FROM HERO & ROTH.
PA
Attorneys for Applicant
M-103 Hi-, ayna BulkUuc
Miami. Florida 33130
_________________________3 16-23-30 9 6
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-22291
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
CCRTIS James. Petitioner
MAGGIE JAMES. Respondent
To: MAI Pi IE JAMES
who r.-sldes in Tifton. Georgia
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action far Dissolution of Mar-
1 le. ii filed acain.-t you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it on
WOLPSON AND D!AM"NI>. PA..
attorne) for Petitioner, whose address
is 101 Lincoln Road. Suite 9G. Miami
. 33119, and file the
original with the clerk of tbe abovs
Styled curt on or before Sept. 18.
;:i74. otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you tor the rellaf de-
manded in ihe complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published ONOS
each w.-,k f..r four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
13th day of August, 1974.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As i lerk, ''.r. uu Court
Dade County, Florida
B) H. HERMAN
As Deputy <1erk
(Circuit c.urt Seal)
win F80N and DIAMOND, PA.
i"7 I Incoln Road. Suite 9G
Miami Reach. Florida 33139
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUD'CIAL C'RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74-23557
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
SUIT FOR IIISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
REI.A DASZKAL.
Petitioner
ELIZABETH VEREBEM I-ASZKAL.
Respondent
TO: ELIZABETH VEREBES
DASZKAL
97-4" Stnd Drive
Apt ,'.H
Rego Park. New York
TOU are hereby notified that a Pe-
tition for Dissolution of Marriage lias
been filed against you. and you are
required to serve a copy of your An-
swer or Pleading to the Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage on the Petl-
tloner's.c\ttorney, Kenneth n rk-
KANT.One Lincoln Road Building,
Suite 229 Miami Beach. Florida 33139,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 27th
day of Sept 1974, If you fail to do
O, judgment by default will tie taken
against inu for the relief demanded in
the Petition.
DATED at Miami. Florida this 15th
day of August, 1971
RICHARD P. BRINKER,
' lark, Circuit Court.
Hade i 'ounty, 1 lorida
By WILLIE BRADSHAW. JR.
Deputy Clerk
KENNETH N REKANT
Attorney for Petitioner
One Lincoln Rd. Illdg.Suite 229
Miami H.-ach. Florida 33139
I 23-30 9,6-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTIC [VEX thai
tl. undei .:
In bu u
of ANNS CORSET COVE
Mian i Drive. 8k; Mall
Snoi p
FIoi nai
Cli ii '
ol 1 "ade > 'ountj. Fli n Ida
ii ikset i i '\ :-:. inc
HV SHIRLEY BARTFIELD
Prei Ident
AINSLEE R FERDIE
Attorney for CORSET COVE, INC
:i 9 6-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious i tms
of I 'li BUILDING at 3041 N W 7th
Street Miami. Florida 33125, intend
to rei 1 name with the Clerk
.f th. Circuit Court of Hade County,
Fl ..la.
FRANKLIN I> KREUTZER
MEYER M BRH.I IANT
JOSEPH V GELPI, SR.
FRANKLIN D. KREUTZER,
BSgl'IRE
Attorney for Applicants
3138 His. ,i> :ie Blvd
Miami, Florida "3137
8'l-23-30 9/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY HI YEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names of
l'"l.LACK HADDAD. T D S."
"JOEL POLLACK. D.D.8." and
"RAYMOND I>. HADDAD D.M.D."
at 3301 B.W. 30th Street. Miami. Flor-
ida 33143, intends to register said
names with the Clark of the circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida,
POLLACK a) HADDAD, D.D.8..
A Professional Association
By: Jo,.| Pollack. I' n s President
FROM BERG PRo.MKERG & ROTH.
P A
I AMES 8 R"TH. ESQCIRE
Attorneys for Applicant
Suite M-103 Blscayne Building
Miami. Florida 33131
8 16-23-30 9 6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LW
NOTICE IS HER1
th. undei

BY GEORGE
H all .'
I pan -,
i' u' of Dadi n
CESAR fash:1 >NS a
11
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAVE LAW
NOTICE IS H
tiie t, giied
KING DIVERS I
i >RAT< I.S
K IN'i
V'ESTORS Dai
i
Circuit 'oui:
s BHOC
F .-.:
I
NOTICE OF ACT ON
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
.NO PROPERTY.
IN THE CIRCUIT COLRTOPTht
ELEVE'.TH JUDICIAL CIRCLITO*
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE CrOU*TV
CIVIL ACTION NO '4.2S0M ,
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARR1AU
JEAN1NE BEA1 BRl'N I LAN' 0
Wife. Petitioner
and
CLERMBNT FRANC US
Husband. !< ;
TO: CLERMENT FR \'
Columbtta Drive
Fr-eport. Grand Bal msi __
YOU ARE HEREBY N
that an action for Dlssi Oil .
riage has been fd.-d ags I u are required to serve coOf
your written defenses II f./'EJ
I.ANIEI. RETTEIl.
tioner. whose addrest is f_7,
Bldg. Ill N E 2fld
Florida 33132. and file tlw ir-vm
rltb the clerk of the *
curt on or before Sept. -' "" J
erwlse default Will '. "tea
against VOU for the relief AW"\
In the complaint or pet.....n J
This notice shall be inn i-hedsBU
each week for four coi jecutIW003J
In THE JEWISH F < ,. V\
WITNESS my hand and tne
said ...urt at Miami. FiorlO*
9th dav ,,f August >:', _
RICHARD P BRINKS"
Ai cie-k. Circuit CWBl
Hade County. FJs
By R. M Kissi-W
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Curt Se.iH _
DANIEL RETTER 1- -; IRE
ion.'. Congress Building
Miami. Florida 33132
Attorney for Petitioner ,,

NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-23013
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE:
JOSE GONZALEZ LOPEZ
iris B Gonzalez LOPEZ
TO: IRIS B GONZALEZ LOPEZ
(Residence L'nknownl
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has be,n file.I against you and
>..u are required to serve a copy of
your writtei defense* if any. to u on
ADOLFO KOSS, attorney for Peti-
tioner, wh. se address is Ir.i \ \\-
13th Arenue Miami, Florida, and file
the original with the clerk of tbe
notice of action
constructive service
(no property)
in the c'rcuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit
of florida in ano for
dade county
civil action no. 74.23255
action fop dissolution
of marriage
IN RE THE \l tRRIAGE OF-
CHARLES J ROZIER, Petitioner
an 1
JACLETHA SMITH ROZIER.
Re -
TO: JAULETHA SMITH ROZIER
" Mir in Street
Baal Dublin, Georgia
YOC ARE HEREHY NOTIFIED
for I 'iss.iiution of Mar-
filed against you an i
you ..... required t.. aerre a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it on
WOLFSON AND DIAMOND, P A .
attorn.-, for Petitioner, whose address
Uncoin R, ad, suite i-i;, Miami
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICt
(NO PROPERTO M||
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF l
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUI-l|
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTS
CIVIL ACTION N0;;
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRI ; 'F-
M< 'HAIR BAN KHAN
Husband, Petitioner.
ml
HELEN KHAN.
U Ife H--poi.dent.
TO: HELEN KHAN
; King Jam" Dl } .,..-
Pascagouls ^l ,,.rr1
YOC ARE HERE ii ^"mS
that an action for DI
riage lias been filed >' rM. ,, t
| u
are required '
i.. .i
ooi
is M
your written defense* ''': V",r fW
DANIEL RETTEI! c4
tioner, a ho addi i Miaua
Bldg N E 2nd -\ fi..,. i (< ,h;fY31
wi:b tbe dart Of ; ,;i:l*l
court on or b.' .' ,r,\>*,l
you
for the
ti.e shall be published
eat*.
'
.'n,:':,ii- 'I
Tins notice shal '- "'j, w tM
S frfoUrc.;-.[.Up|A I
Itl u l-e
against
I
As President
CAIDI.N. ROTHCNBERG, KOGAN
and K'oRNBi.t'M
Attorneys for FINANCIAL
ASSOCIATES. J.NC OF MIAMt
8, 23-3 / IS
Ida intend to mid name with
th- Clerk of The Clrcutl Cuuil of
Dade County, Florida
DAVID RCA
Jt'AN L DOMINGCEZ
8 15-2J-30 '
As : rierk
ADO -..v
11 I Vv--u
MIAMI. FI^iRIDA 33123
A-: in > : .- I
3/U-3S-M
*
lerk
(i rcuit ( .ur- Seal!
WOLPSON AND DIAMOND
' -uite 9G
Mi.uu Beach Florida 33133
Attorney for Petitioner
3/14-2.1-30 3/3
(I rcull C urt Sean ....iuc, I
I. RETTER, E.X-JI '" I
10OS Congress BU Bins 1
\ ).- s, .; i Av-nU*
Miami. F'.orlds J3132
Phone: 363-1
Attorney for. PeV [.S|UJ*


kiday. September 6, 1974
'Jewish fhridBbr)
Page 11-C
Question Box
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKI
LEGAL NOTKE
|V RABBI DR. SAMUEL i. FOX
lyrioht Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Why- M *eqni*ed^ttt -bow
during the opening and clos-
ing benedictions of the main
body Pryer (Sh'moneh
forch)?
Tui- practice is already men-
lone.i in the Talmud (Tractate
arakoti. The Talmud mentions
he contention that there are
ghteen vertebrae in the human
nine corresiwnding to the eigh-
fcen benedictions of the main
ndy ot prayer so that a person
Light worship the Almighty by
Wing which involves the flex-
lg of the eighteen vertebrae.
gome claim the bowing is a
kmb )1 of humility before the
Imighty. Others claim the bow-
i. ike bending over to pull up
he b essinga from the eternal
luive oi blessing. Some claim
ing is like pouring oil on
|e attributes and virtues of life.
Ill >resl ng Ls the fact that the
febrew word that is usual!*
[ ited as 'blessing" (i.e
}' mi \a associated with the
febrew word for knee and the
p npliei bending the knee,
k. bowing. Thus "blessing" the
Imighty really means "bowing"
: ect and humility before
|I ml! I>e interesting to note
it Jevt iah practice does not al-
one to remain in a bent over
Bit. in. One only bows at the
st v: i: i of the benediction ji.e.
Iruch i and immediately
nighteiu up when directly re-
i rto the Almighty (i.e. art
Ml).
mis indicates two things.
fit. t::,u the Almighty wants
human being to retain his
gnitv jni not to be constantly
nuliatel. Second, it is the Al-
ghty Himself who raises the
nan being from a humiliated
pte t i a level of dignity.
Rowing thus is a prologue to
upright dignity of the indi-
|u.i. No individual can have
riity liefore humbling himself
the presence of his Maker.
Wh- i- the l.asle body of
ra>er (I.e. the Kh'nvoneh
Ereh) shorter on the Sa ti-
lth than It K on weekdays?
the L-.teimcdiary benedictions
|' baaie body of prayer are
H petition which make the
f U >jfr:i/ant of his netil
mioga.
5r the -Sabbath, an Individual
|U feel secure and satisfied,
: ;est not only physically
inally. Thus it would
. iai'o to express these
I a;: i needs on the Sab-
nce, these benedictions
inaicd.
[On what basis does Jewish
w allow the violation of the
pbbath in the case of danger
life?
Dumber of reasons are ad-
rC I by the rabbis. One reason
11 i upon the verse in Exodus
|:M) which states that the
kbbath is Holy Unto You""
'- lid to imply that the Sab
stvefl by the Almighty
>'<" of th? people and
f sre not given far.
- Math. If there is a
tweeq a life of a per.) 1
t'.c Sabbath-the life, there-
Urst, The second rea-
;; based on the vcr.se in Exo-
(51:16) which commands the
pews to observe the Sabbaih
?oughout their generations."
f1" this follows the logic that
may violate the Sabbath to
a life because the violation
violate one Sabbath while
M>g a life may make it possible
the individual and genera-
tions to keep many Sabbaths.
Some rabbinic sources contend
that the allowance of Sabbath
violations to save a life comes
under the general category of al-
lowing the violation of many com-
mandments in the face of danger
to life based upon the statement
in the bojk of Leviticus (18:5)
which states that a person should
do the commandments and "live
by them." This means, say the
rabbis, that a person should live
by God's commandments and not
die by them.
Why does Jewish tradition
require a Jew to eat three
meals during the Sabbath?
Rabbinic sources seem to derive
this from an expression which is
repeated three times when the
Bible refers to the manna which
came down from Heaven. The
Book of Exodus (Chap. 16) uses
the expression "eat today," three
times in this context. There are
some who say each of the three
periods of the Sabbath, during
which these three meals are eat-
en, represent a different aspect
of the Sabbath. The evening meal
on Friday night represents the
universal humanitarian aspect of
the Sabbath by calling to mind
that the world was created by the
Almighty. We thus rest on the
Sabbath in recognition of this
fact. The morning meal is asso
ciated with the particular Jewish
aspect of the Sabbath which in-
volves the motif of freedom gain-
ed by the Exodus from Egypt.
The Sabbath, then, is enjoyed as
a special gift from the Almighty
to Israel The afternoon meal
represents what is sometimes
called the "eschatological motif."
The Sabbath is then enjoyed as a
sample of the "world to come"
when universal peace and broth
erhood amongst all men will be
realized.
LEGAl NOTKE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 67-7033
MADBI INK URENIER.
I*, tiii oner
VS.
KKIINAM) URENIER and
ROSE ORENIER,
Respondents
AMENDED NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: PERNAND iSRENIER
HI BON PASTEL'R
I.AVAI, CITY
MONTREAL 'ANAPA
TO: ROSE iJRBNIER
i BVA1 H' H'LEVARD
.\|( iNTHEAI CANADA
YOP, FERNAND ORENIER and
ROSE ORENIER; are hereby notified
, Amended Petition for Perm i-
neni Custodi has bei n I M aalnsi
\..u. .u"i you are required to sen
, ,.,iv \ I.- Answer or PI
Am ded Petition on the P
: attori Ron ild i. I'
K.-u !' A 117 Btscayne B I III a "'
W Flagler Street. Miami Florida
: 79-2851. and file it"1
I r or Pleading In it <-
if the Circuit I
I 4;). daj oi i
"71 |f i u tO do lUd :
,y default v I v';u
: I n
Permanent Custody
THIS NOTH '" be
, n ... ,r four Hi ';
. th JEWISH FLOR-
I'ONE D i iRI
Florida, tin !2nd day of Auaust, M I
R1CHAI t' P BRINKER.
Uil Court
. .. i mnt >' '"'
By ,- p .-i iPEl KKV
Deouty Clerk
(Circuit Court Si al) .,...
8 30 l> 6-18-20
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida. in ano for
dade county
probate division
probate no. 74-4567
He of
MILTON FINKELSTEIN,
is
pr-WN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T. All Creditor* and All Pe
: i. manda Ajralnat
- "'' : .
v.-u are r'"
i .... ,i \ It n i
,.,.,, .,- -..in io mi l have aa ilnal
M] ON
. nown .i- Mil Ti ;N M
.
County, !' ii I'll uil Ju
.. ,,. i unt: tnd file
hi dui'li- ''
"' 'l, .J '
M In the Countv Cnurthnuse in
Datfe County. Floriiia, within four
i..... ..
iiuii'i'-N'i'in hereof, or me
Piled at Miami. P'orlda, this 19th
(lav of Aunuxt. A 11 riT4.
WALLACE N MABEL
A Exi-i-utor
First publication of this notice on
the 3nth (lav of Auuust. 1974.
WALLACE N. MAER
Attorney for Executor
419 S.W. 29th Road
MuunUEL 33129 g/J0 ,.,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 74-24360
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CHARLES PKE SHERRY PREliEANT. his wife.
Plaintiffs
vs. ....
WILLIAM A. LOCASCIO and
LOCASCIO.
his wife, if married, and all
pereons claiming by. through,
under, or aualimt him.
Defendants
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: WILLIAM A. LOCASCIO and
,. LOCASC.O. hie
wife, if married
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOl\ WILLIAM A. LOCASCIO and
i-'ii'ASCU). his
wife, If married, and all persons
claiming by. through, under, or
against him. are hereby notified that
ii c mplaint to yuiet Title has been
tiled against you on the following
described property, to-wit:
I.01 3. Blmk 8, of ENCHANT-
BD UKK SECTION POUR,
according to the Plat thereof
as recorded in Plat Book tin at
P.ige 67. of the PubUi Records
of Dade County. Florida;
and y..u ar,- required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Compialnt to yuiet Title on the
Plaintiffs attorney. Ronald L. Davis,
Esquire, 417 Blscayne Buildingis w.
Kiag.cr Street, Miami. Ploiida ISlso,
Phone: I7V-28S1. anu file the original
Answer or Pleading in th,- Office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before tile 4th day of October. 1974
If you fall to do so. Judgment by de-
fault win be taken against you for
the relief demand-d In the Complaint
to Uuiet Title.
Tin.- Notice shall be published once
i.i i week for four (4> consecutive
weeks In THE JEWISH FUmiDIAN.
! ONE AND ORDERED. ..I Miami.
Florida, this Mnd day of August.
; :?*.
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
Cierk. Clrctlil Court
li me c iunty Florida
By C i' i OPH1 and
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
8 30 9 0-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS tik.IO.Bi Q1VEM that
the undersigned desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of rAi< BAST IMPORTS at HI75 E.
.'.th St.. Hialeah. Fla. 33IM3 intends to
register saiu name wiih the Clerk of
ihe Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ALBERTO CHOU
*/30 9/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
of REPUBLIC A VOLCANIA; CIU-
DAD DEL MAR ill 1167 S.W. 7th St..
Miami, intends to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Daito County. Florida
JOsE FERNANDEZ
8/30 tf-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-22977
fN RE: THE MAIMUA'IE OF
Al BERTO JULIO FRIONI.
Petitioner,
JUANA MARIA HIDALOO FRIONI,
Respondent.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YOU JUANA MARIA HIHAI.OO
FRIONI Respondent, Alvarea Jonte
1278 Dept lc, Buenos Aires, Argen-
in i ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED TO
H your written
i i, ot marriage nh
ii cierk of the above ui I i I
serve a ipy upon Petitioner's Attor-
VON ZAMFT i: SMITH. -
U\ 120 sue'.. 11 tie H u .^ 'oral
n Fio Ida "" i
lay >74, lee the
foi Dlsa ui Man lage
i' be tat i onl.....sd
DATE! a ''
i.ii HARD P. BRINKER
By: L DePIETRO
I
url Beall
| [| 23-30 9/6
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRC'iT reHT O' THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'DA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.24745
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
THE MAB \ IBOF:
Ji iii.. p pll S< l U
: land
PAUl INE A. DRISCOLL
i.
'- E A
i SI '
i
v,, FIED
in action for 1 "'
ra you and
.,,, ii a i >ty of
to it on
rney
loner, whose id Iress
vw iz-t' Florida
| d f||e llie original With 'tie
.
. || irla* a de-
' -' "' "
lemai ded in ihe unplalnt
T'n i ahall I
...........
SH .......D AN
WITNESS la II
Miami
-" daj if Aua 'Mi ____
RICH v'-.' P BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
By l. ayala
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
FREDERICK B SPIEGEL
101 N\V 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
Attorney for Petitioner ______
S/90 9/S-11-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE O-VISION
JOSEPH NESB1TT
PROBATE NO. 74-5578
In RE: Estate of
OTTO MAi'i IN
deceased -
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
3uired to present any claims and
Illinois which you may have against
the estate of OTTO MACON. de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the Circuit Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Cour.-
13 Courthoaae In D*de County Flor-
ida, within 4 calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida this 28th
day of August. A.D. 1K74.
SANFORDS FAUNCE
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
th. :inth day of August. 1974
FAUNCE FINK & FORMAN
Attorneys for Executor and the Estate
1501 c,,,1Kress Building.
Miami. Fla. 13131
8/30 3-S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTRE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
YICCANTA IMPORTS at 17410 N B
ISth Court, North Miami Beach. Flor-
ida intends to register said name
with the tierk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv. Florida
EMILIO GOLDSTEIN
d'b a VICCANTA IMPORTS
BREOER I BCHRETBER
Attorneys ftr Applicant
8/16-13-30 M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY given that
the undersigned desiring to engage
in business at MSI N.W so Avenue,
Buy F. HIalenh Gardens, Florida un-
o.-r the fictitious :>ame of HBRRICK
MERCHANDISING intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
i !lrcull i oun of Dad C iunty, Florid i
CRAIG EN1ERPRISE INC
SHAPIRO. FRIED. WEIL ft SCHEER
Attorneys at Law
4e7 Lincoln RoadSuite 10-B
Miami Beach. Florida S3139
8 16-23-30 9'6
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRC'"-* '"UPT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-24578
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIA3E
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
LEE MACKER
AND
PATRICIA ANN M ACKER
io PATKlfiA ANN MACKER
4.r,n!i Trials Pla
Tarzana. California
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
...... written defenses if any. to it oil
WOLFSON AND DIAMOND. PA.
attornev for Petitioner, wh iee uidress
i i Unooln Road, suiie IO, Miami
Beach, Florida 13131, and file the
nal with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before October :.
otherwise :. default Will be en-
tered against you '' relief de-
, led I the i i : llol nr netitl.in.
This notice shall be published once
Wl ,.;. for '"ir SS ii' 've weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN.
WITNESS ii U "'
M|d courl Florida on this
in!, d I! of Augl I! "'
RICHARD 1 BRINKS I
As Clerk. Cli
I i ".orlda
Ii s-
a- Deaut) Clerk
u i ,: |-si S* AN1 ?. P.A,
.
la 139
i : IOTT LUCAS
,6-13-20
NOT'CS OP ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
p pPf|PCOTYl
IN THE C'Rf'iT i-OUPT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'DA IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVH. ACTION NO 74.-4717
ACTION FOR D'SSOLUTION
0=- MARRIAttE
,. ,.,.- -!: .. ippiAG E IF
:.TZ.
Husband.
an I
I ;r miDl : IMBORTTZ,
TO: GERTRU1 DAMP ITZ.
- i l
. "is.
YOl I tFIED
that an action Mar:
has been I ifl you anfl
ons ot
- ~... ,; ll on
BADER ESQ8 at-
dress
j i >'
Florida I file the ori
vied
court '"*j
rwise a i ''" 3
ii

once
.. ... ve
aAN.
ll of
i this
( "'74
RICHARD BRINKER,
A c i -ult Court
T ide I' Wv Kliir.it.t
By 1 SNEEDEN
As Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court S
I W ANOFF ft BADER. ESQS.
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
531-7337 t4MM+
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 72-6300
IN RE: ESTATE OF
SAMCEl. FLEISHF.R. a/k.'a .,
SAMI'EL S Fi.EI.SHER, a/k/a
SS. FLEISItElt
De<'eased
CITATION (Publication)
THE STATE OF FliOKIDA:
TO: LILLIAN LTPOW8KT
151 Sei Street
Qulncv. Ma-sachusetts 0211*
GERTRUDE FLEISHER
373 Sea Street. Apartment
No. 24
Quincy. Massachusetts 02169
nr 1 oiher persons concerned:
You are hereby notified that a pe-
tifion has heeii filed in said Court
praying for APPOINTMENT OF
GUARDIAN AD LITEM AND FOR
DETERMINATION OF BENEFICI-
ARIES and you are hereby required
to file your written defenses thereto
within thirty days after the first pub-
Ui ttlon >r posting hereof, and serve
a oopy th.ereoi upon petitioner's at-
ton ey, Whose name and address are:
SHAPIRO, FRIED. WEIL ft SCHEER.
101 [Jncoln Road. Suite luB. Miami
Florida 33139. If you fail to do
.- Judgment may he entered in due
un upon the petition.
WITNESS mj hand and the seal
of sa'd Court ii Miami, Dade County,
l rlda this 13th day of August. 1974.
RICHARD P BRINKER. Clerk
B5 NADINE S JENNINGS
Deputy Clerk
First published or posted un AugUfit
IB [14
S 16-33-30 9/6
IN THE C'RC'IT TOURT OF THE
tLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'DA, IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY
C'ViL ACT'ON NO 74 B??1
ACTION FOR D'SSOi UTION
OS MARRIAOE
fV PP] THV ** AWRTSnF oir
Al rC A "VMiKZ Wife Petitioner
I
CAP'o.-" MfVDEZ.
f|i> ii i -.I o. .- inAf*t '
TO- PAR'OS MENDEZ
Unoe i",'"",'n
V'iI' APE |iK'"-MiV NOTIFIED
thni an action f"r fMaiolU*lon of Mar-
rlnee las been fled aeair.s' vou and
|| lire reoui-ed to serve a conv of
your written a..'.......< -f soy, to It on
I ...Kit |||KI.'VI,-1MVTZ AND
HAI'VF.V r> FP'EDMAV. attorneys
r, pt'* i iiici.'n Ri d Bu'*e 87? Miami Reach.
y li iml f"e the or'"'nal with the
r'e'k of the l-ove rtvled irt or
i ,.., a-^te-ntie- 3fnh. 1974: other-
wise a default will he entered against
' > i.manded In the
complaint or petition.
'ITNKSS m' band nnd e seat ot
Soia ..!- ->t alni '"'rida on thle
22nd dv of A"t>rut. 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER.
Ji c Clpel'. Cieri.i* fooet
Dnde Ctiet.v Florida
;,, RVfepnvif
y, p*nny Clerk
fPlannlt Co"-' => ,
tfioppu nos1"*''''"v"*. ft
HAUVEYD FP'FnMAV
4?n flncoln Rond, Suite 372
H'liml Pseh Florida
(Phone 532-34341
Attorneys for Pe-'r ^^
IN THE TIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVFNTH Ji'OT'AL C'RCUIT IN
ANO FO DAPE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
mv'S'ON
CSF NO '4.?-*
NOTICE BY PM9I TAT|ON
,v ..f a.wp ARRIAOEOF
VigpKi v DA V18.
Pel mer,
vs
N sv,-s DAVIS,
Real
TO: VftVCV DAV
p... .1 1 -i.- wn
VOU NAVCV Pt\" Rp->ind<>nt.
HEREBY N iflFIED '''l 1 FILE
, '!""
, with the
r Court, and serve
1 :" Attorneya,
, .- J5AMP < s"'tm. Suite 4K.
'.-.il C.l-
1146. or before the
- 1 .. of S.- 'he p?,7
. ..;.. u< Va-riane will
i .1 as I .
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" ,,,,.,, v,:!, p RWINK]
t i pRl OADO
;.... Clerk
(C rcull '" 'Urt 9 ._ .
j .,..,,. .. weeKS in
9-6-13
,N yop riRCi""e 00UPT oc THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATF DiVIS'ON
JOHN R BI-ANTON
PROBATE NO. 74-5"3
In PE
HV \' !- VIN
,1,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors
Against
S'l id 1
v u ir hen
n;- ai I n -
. 1 kinat
M VN J KIT A IN
ity, Flor-
1 ,,, Juda-e of Oiide
duuUcate
ruvlded '*
Florida Statutea li r !f pw ln
,. ,l;..,! 1,1 oun-
l' ur .aleajkir
rom the tli at 0 nwt
n hereof the same will he
1" .la. this 21st
daj I \ ;> 74
ZEV W KOOAN
\ >. cutor
Flrsl publication of this ootioe on
the .il>th day of August. 1974.
Caidin, RolhenlM-rn:. Knitan ft
Kornhlura
By: Zev W. Koxan
Attorney for Zev W Kognn Executor
420. Lincoln Rd.. M"""' Beach. Fla.


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1974
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