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The Jewish Floridian
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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>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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tlewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY tmi THE JEWISH WEEKLY
[jume 47 Number 33
Miami. Florida Friday, September 20, 1974
soc by Mali Two Sections Price 25 cents
Peres Says Arabs Beat
Arms Store of NATO
And Economic Strength Growing 7-A
By YITZHAK RAM
NEW YORK (JTAi Defense Minister Shirr.on Peres has
warned here that the mass of arms supplied by the Soviet Union to
the Araks is "more than NATO possesses today."
Addressing some 150 people
President Ford and Israeli Premier Yitzhak Rabin stand at
petition during the playing of national anthems as Rabin
krrived at the White House for four days of talks on the
kiddle East and Israeli-American relations. During the
upcoming ceremonies, Ford issued a strong public pledge
kat the United States remained "committed to Isiael's sur-
vival and security."
attending a dinner lession of
the greater New York Israel
Bond Campaign at the Regency
Hotel, Peres observed that pres-
ently the Arabs have 2.000 tanks
and 1 500 jet fightei s more than
NATO.
ACCORDING TO Petes, the
Arabs even o.:tdo the United
States in terms armed forces.
The Arabs have 24 divisions
while the U.S. has only 23.
Describing the economic and
military, as well as the political
might of the Arabs, Peres said,
nonetheless, that "in spite all of
these, we were able to manage
in the past and are able to man-
age today and in the future be-
ord Tells Rabin There 7/
Be New Shipments Slated
AT NEW YEAR
'eaee Talks
Still Far Off
\^ aldheim
''.TON
p! i Sec et ../ Gen-
Waldheim said
believes the Geneva
rence on the Middle
it will not be resumed before
end ol '.his year.
lie first ana only session of
conference was a two-day
Ming last December.
INFERRING TO the 'lessons"
IN peace-keeping in Cyprus,
in the Middle East from
p6 to 1967, Waldheim appear-
to confirm the long-held Is-
Continued on Page 7-A
Background: Cabinet Debate .
All Can be Solved1 6 A
3-A
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA)
President Ford pledged con-
tinuing support to brae] in wel-
coming Israeli Premier Yitzhak
Rabin to Washington. Rabin
responded that he was confident
of returning to Jerusalem as-
Bured of American cooperation
with his country and a l\
ment on the road to peace.
i n:l and Rabin exchanged re-
marks in a glittering ceremony
on the south lawn of the White
House. Approximately 1,500 per-
sons, many of them carrying
Israeli and American flags,
cheered the two leaders as they
emerged from the White House
with their wives.
AMONG THOSE present were
Secretary of State and Mrs.
Henry A. Kissinger and Israeli
Ambassador and Mrs. Simcha
Dinitz. Dinitz, who was hospital-
ized two weeks ago, looked fit
and ready for the four days of
talks that begin immediately at
the White House between Ford
and Rabin.
At those meetings, Ford made
);;: v:n that he reaffirmed his sup-
port of the "ongoing supply rela-
tionship" in weapons "and the on-
going military relationship" be-
tween the US. an I Israel.
...... ived at Dulles
and was flown by heli-
copter to tti -"
Ford, praising Rabin as the
"leader of a great countr; said
that "the United States is p
of its '-- lati ii with Israel."
When the President decla
We shall continue tr stand with
the State of Israel," he was
greeted with a round of ap-
plause. "We are committed to
Israel's survival and security."
Ford added that "we hope and
trust that this relationship" of
cooperation in many fields "will
grow ami expand."
REFERRING to the move-
ment for peace in the Middle
Continued on Page 3-A
cause we possess inner strength
ana conviction.
The Defense Minister, who re-
turned to Israel after what was
described as a working day in
Washington, had words of praise
and appreciation for the Amer-
ican people and the Ford Admin-
istration, pointing out that Is-
rael's economic and military
needs are being met.
PERES SAID that Israel is
burdened by the high prices of
military equipment, citing the F-
14 jet fighters, which each costs
530 million.
But. he said, the U.S. is also
"helping us finance this eq i; -
ment."
Speaking about th role of
American Jewry in strengthen-
ing Israel. Peres said that Amer-
ican Jews are "fingers in a hand
that builil a country."
He observed that the gates for
Soviet Jewry might soon be open
and told the audience, "Russian
Jewry is your and our respon-
sibility, and we have to save
them."
EARLIER IN Montreal, Peres
listed "several signposts" which.
he said, made it obvious that the
Arabs are preparing for another
war against Israel.
He said that, In resp >nse, Is-
CoLiinut-d on Page 6-A
RABBI SCHINDUR
what of Vietnam?
V10IATI0N
Pardon
Affronts
Justice
NEW YORK (JTA) A
prominent Reform rabbi said
that President Ford's full and
unqualified pardon to former
President Nixon "violates our
sensibilities and is an affront to
our sense of justice."
Rabbi Alexander Sehindler,
president of the Union of Ameri-
can Hebrew Congiegations,
predicted in a statement issued
Continued on Page 12-A
Israel Takes Dim Mew
Of Syria Road to Hermon
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israeli security circles are taking a
grave view of Syria's refusal to halt construction of a strategic road
aimed at the summit of Mt. Hermon.
The Syrians have ignored Israel's protests and complaints t)
Gen. Ensio Siilasvuo. commander of the United Nations Truce Su-
pervision Organization (UNTSO), that Damascus was blatantly
violating the disengagement of forces agreement.
ACCORDING TO UN sources.
the Syrians claim the road is in-
tended for civilian use and is re-
late.! to plans to make the Mt.
Hermon summit a tourist attrac-
tion.
The 9,000-foot peak, which Is-
raeli forces relinquised under the
disengagement accord, is part of
the buffer zone petroled by UN
forces. But security sources here
Continued on Page 13-A
ASSUMES OFFICE AT ANNUAL MEETING ON BEACH
'mith New President of Federation
Parry B. Smith assumed the
pdency of the Greater Miami,
pish Federation at Federa-
ls 36th annual meeting
lursday n^ht at the Carillon
el
Smith succeeds David B. Flee-
in.
5N'TH HAS served as a Fed-
eration vice president, and as
chairman of the Foundation of
Jewish Philanthropies.
He is a former member of the
Federation Budget Committee,
and serves as a member of the
Board of Directors of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds, as well as Asso-
ciate chairman of the CJFWF
Endowment Committee and a
member of the Board of Trustees
of CJFWF's Institute for Jewish
Life.
Smith is a Miami Beach attor-
ney who i? past president of the
Miami Beach Bar Association,
the city's Charter Review Board
and its Civic League, as well as
the Miami Beach Chamber o$
commerce.
Formerly, he served as nation-
al president of Alpha Epsilon Pi
fraternity and, locally, as asso
ciate treasurer and vice presi-
dent of Miami's Jewish Home for
Continued on Page 2-A
HAKftY 8. SMITH
takes over gavel
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Lay. September 20, 1974
-Jewish Fltricttain
Page 3-A
Cabinet Debated Rabin Agenda i
By DAVID LANDAU
I SALEM - Lr hours, the Cabinet debated
t, latic and internationaj
[. ; ,-ioblems now facing
advance of Premier
[! ... Rabin's Washington
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|a! Rabin's request, "no new
wen taken, Cabinet
I hon Avner told
\ The decisions, ap-
, ave been left to when
Returns with a full picture
the Americans, and their
tent Arab guests, see the lu-
te o\ the peace efforts.
IAVNER SAID there had been
inferences Lgi! between ministers during
|f Jong debate. But. he added,
i picture which some commen-
[tors lad been seeking to por-
Ly of the Cabinet split into
ko definite camps, the one fa-
iring early talks with Jordan,
other preferring a second Is-
yptian dialogue as top
liority was incorrect.
|The Cabinet debate opened
a briefing from Foreign
inist-i Yigal Allon who refer-
b U.S. Secretary of State
knrj A Kissinger's series of.
[jk- with Arab leaders last
Enth and with Israeli Ambas-
lo,: Sii cha Dinitz.
bis details of this were made
I ItHOtjgfj earlier Israel
i, Washington had
hai Shalev, the
b' ,,; the Embassy, as
Inyini: reports that Kissingei
I indicated to Dinitz he would
far-reaching conces-
Israel to Jordan dur-
with Rabin.
UvNER ECHOED other offi-
f: here who have been
ressini the part that "bilateral i
[iaii::..- .m!! play at Israel's
in the talks Rabin
*ld with President Ford, Kissin-
and Defense Secretary
Imes Sehlessinger over the
Kkend.
The Premier told the Cabinet.
^ner said, of his intentions t(
ess for progress in bilateral
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APROPOS of arms supplies,
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Sunday, September 22nd, 1974
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Rabbi Sol landau Rabbi Alexander S. Gross
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Friday, September 2
More Concessions-Not Arms
Yom Kippur Survival
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bec:r.-m = a) Ed BBTvfcaa aWd Wwinaflny
everur.r than ..- ing :: '-"= tharue c: rnioOTK.
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ermivers :: me Yom :lv;-: --' --""- ---; --""
exactly o=e feca ago tkm armies of Syria : Egypt
w?:e already do ------ -eve le cam a mortal blow cri
he hear, c: braoL
Ob me High Holy Days w mk n ike liturgy
who will --- during me coming year ur.u who wiD
d.e y fire and who by sword?
Predestined to Live
b retrcsre:: Israel d.u B> Israel did DOl
bo rr.rv.e: bow well won laid the pkms ;: the bwach-
erous Arab bobobs who ebon '-.-.e boiiesi dory --
the Jewish zz'.er.dzr OB whirr. :: shrike.
R dees no good. BO re;; good tfl recall with
anhBOSity that in the race o: Back Luwaidks me
Archs ermounced, cr.d still aBBOUBCei meir crcvery.
Thai in the face of such ccwcrdice -hey announ
cec, cr.d still crmotmce their victory, when the bun
is that their crmies were surremded cr.d cut ai Bad
that. In the end, it was -hey, act Israel, who were
invaded.
There have been many nations cr.d leaders who
tried to rewrite history. In the 22th century rrcrr.
Hitler through Brezhnev, the facts c: history have
been twisted. Why not the Arbas, toe?
As Jews on this first anniversary cf the Yorn
Kippur War, what we must hold on to is not so
much Israels victory in the face c: near-defect, cut
her survival.
There seems something destined in her fate that
this should be, and on the Dcy c: Atonement there
.s no better tone to think about it.
Good Time to Limber I p
The advent c: the Mew Veer is mere tnen c rel.cious
orrraifHi It a_so signals the end c: the summer doldrums
and the launching c: South Ficr.ua Jewry s vigorous com-
munity acthriaee.
In this spirit, a F.orida Leadership P.errect undei the
auspices o: the Un.tea [ewieb Apj ::.z. Campa ga
Cabinet is scheduled tcr the weekend ct Sept 1" ut Lake
2j.i-z Vistu.
Such distinguished perscr.chues cs Israels Ambas-
sador to the United Nations Jacob Beam ere and Max Di-
me.-.: liist.ngaushed author c: Jews G:d end History
D be at the Florida Leadership Retrec-.
The meny scheduled sessions, including one with
Irving Bernstein, executive vice chairmen c: the UJA. are
designed to mobilize our arec's civic end philanthropic
energies cfter a long summer's vacation.
We should not be fooled by whet was c hopefully
heppy summer lay-off. The flow of news from cbroad was
swift and unabated, and it spells the need for all of US
to get back into a state of awareness cf need at home, in
Israel, and wherever Jews and Jewish communities exist
The Florida Leadership Retreat looks like c perfect
place to limber up for the important tasks chead.
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granting the depression and all.
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net pebi-'e.
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The Day of the Sounding of the Horn.
The sound of the Shophar (Ram's Horn) rings
many ears and touches many hearts, because
symbolizes the goals toward which all
ankind is striving.
A modern Jewish scholar tells us:
The Shophar is a call to man to hear the
sounds of weeping humanity; to feel the
unspeakable pain of the world.
And to resolve to do battle against all those
forces working for man's oppression and
subjugation. That the day might come when
[he tear is wiped from every cheek and sigh
from every lip."
How fitting it is, then, that the Shophar is
sounded on Yom Teruah, the 1 st day of the month
of Tishri, the beginning of the New Year.
This Holy Festival is so revered a part of
Jewish life that it has not just one, but four
designations:
Yom Teruah (The Day Of The Sounding
Of The Horn).
Rosh Ha Shanna (The Beginning Of The Year)
Yom Ha-Din (The Day Of Judgement).
Yom Ha Zikaron (The Day Of Remembrance).
Each name, each thought has its own
significance for this, the first of the Ten days of
Awe which end in Yom Kippur, the Day of
Atonement. Truly Yom Teruah is a time to welcome
the New Year by reassessing the values one sets
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September 20, 1974
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Page 7-A

Peres Warns of Arab Economic Strength
loans and subsidy curtailments
aniruiitn,! to 11.9 billion. On a
pel capita basis. Anton said, each
i man. woman and child
I- v'P.KAL (JTA) -Shi-
Tn ; es, lsraei's Defense Min-
rod here that the vast
wealth and political
I th the Arabs possess to-
I ,hanneled in a bel-
L.P. 8 tton which will ore-
^ s difficulties for the
{ ttatflS and for Israel.
Israeli leader, who was
eaker at the dinner
I, the International Fall
jdershlp Conference of the Is-
L; Bond Organisation, attended
[ more than 730 delegates from
United States and Canada,
Wo out that both Syria and
Lpt are rebuilding their war
Chines in spite of the disen-
tement agreements that were
\ earlier this year.
PERES EMPHASIZED that
eel must construct "a new
Iteration of Israeli strength"
rkcd by "a modern generation
I is" to face the dangers
1 and tenor.
1,. --.: the possibility of
| pei es observed that
impatient to give
i their "belligerent tend.n-
: the fact that Syria
lecided whether it
| -. mdate for the
, foi ee stationed
| i of the Sj n
mei I agreement
I thi year, while
|\ restoring the
I t we.-e damaged during
ir War, is rebuld-
. strength.
: that "terror is an
\te nger that Israel has
I
til! DEFENSE Minister also
massive military
I Union, adding that
i : documents urg-
I ans to join the Rus-

camp with "its global and
nuclear : ower."
He pointed out that Israel's
economy is beset by two main
problems at the present lime: in-
flation and an un ..-..ally heavy
deficit in its balance of pay-
ments.
Peres emphasized Israel's de-
pendence on the Jews of the
United States and the rest of the
free world for large-scale finan-
cial aid through the Israel Bond
Organization.
He said that while Israel ac-
cumulated a deficit of $5 billion
as a result of four wars and its
development program, the Arabs
have a surplus of $45 billion this
year.
SAM ROTIIBERO, general
chairman of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization, told the delegates
that the wiriest response to Is-
rael Bonds was needed "not only
to shore up its economy which
was seriously disrupted as a re-
sult of the Yom Klppur War. but
also to provide funds for indus-
trial expansion, and the creation
of jobs for new immigrants. Eco-
nomic development is also i
jor factor in the success oi Is-
rael's search for peace."
Michael Arnon, president and
chief executive officer ol the
Bon i organization, undei -
the fact that Israi I's citizens
in ist bea the burden of addi-
tional tion as i res lit of tl e
gove nment's new- measures ol
a sterit, in ed at curbing infla-
tion in '. narrowing the country's
trade gap.
Ill; POINTED out that the in-
crease in compulsory defense
|i ans under the new austerity
program amount to $240 million
and an additional S2-10 million
will be frozen for a year under
a new 20 percent compulsory
m -it r,., ,?..... n i .i will now pay more than SI,500 a
leposn at no interest on lm- He estimated that the tota of ,u *a year in taxes, more than Sb.000
old and new taxes, compulsory for an average family of four.
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THE PRESIDENT, OFFICERS, EXECUTIVE BOARD
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
(Keren Kayemthe Leisrael Inc.)
Extends To Its Affiliates, The Entire
Jewish Community, The State of Israel
and the Jewish People All Over The World
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY, HEALTHY. PEACEFUL and
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
Chairman JNF Foundation
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
Chairman of Executive Board
HON. JAY DERMER
President
JUDGE ZEV W. KOGAN
President Southern Region
THE JNF STR
No Peace Talks Before
^ ear's End-Waldheim
[Continued from Page 1-A
t that international
t an l peace-keeping
i by themselves ef-
I'.t. es.'iiard Israel from
I ..- at times suitable
I' but that pragmatic
I Arab governments
- ai 1 are essential to
keep the i>eace.
I speaking before
Press ('!ub. said
l! eace-keeping force
. ital role in keeping
ns under con-
. led that "the pres-
. IN peace-keeping
- r : solution in itself
must not be allowed
I'- etext tor slackening
il im of the search tol
1 settlement."
|HK l\ imergency Force
(engagement Observ-
now in the Sinai and
ts, he said, "have
I for negotiations"
1 themselves cannot
peve th lasting peace which
il if we are to avoid
1 U of the critical con-
' last October."
| i said that the Ge-
ence, to be effective,
It be well prepared.
He, therefore, seemed to in-
dicate that rii- iSSions held thus
far in Washington between
President Ford and Secretary of
State Henry A. Kissinger with
Middle Eastern leaders have not
yet brought about Stiff!
understanding for discussions
under UN auspices.
Waldheim dia ssed the Ge-
neva talks at the White House
Sei t. 9 with Ford.
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Architect's concept c: :he B'ncri Br/.h Jeru-
salem Gnrde:- looking toward Cirrae! of
David and Jaffa Gate. The park fronting the
western side oi the Old City wall and ex-
tending to Mt. Zior.. wui feature pedestrian
Iks rest area* cr.d stcr.e benches] for in-
iormal gatherings and open-aii lectures.
Plan BB Gardens in Jerusalem
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of Jerusalem
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Zimmerman Project Manager
Mcrr.t- Zimmerman, fc
Altai Beast vice pfeakteat of
sales, has been naxed project
manager for King's Point Im-
perial Condominium* south of
Sunny Isles, according to Ken-
neth D Rosen
Rosen, president of Kenneth
David Properties. Inc.. owner-de-
veioper of King's Point Imperial,
located at 220 Kins's Point Dr
(15fth St half a block west of
Collins Ave. said Zimmerman,
a Realtor Associate and veteran
of six years in condominiu*n
sales, will be in charge of the
marketing program for KPI
Zimmerman rill work for Great-
T Miami Realty. Inc.. exclusive
sales agents for the project
gtat :'
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them are eligible to vote. Fagin
said.
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Ba4as*cfc lop Re<-ord
ATLANTA Hadassah has
once more topped ail previoua
ooU ting approximate-
this year, a
m, Hadassah na-
announced Se. t.
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annual nat;'
at the Mar-
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+Je*isti Hcrldiain
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B'nai B'rith Gardens
Continued from Preceding Page
I eters hurdles rare in 13.33
and the 200 meters
79 seconds.
\ lird goM medal was won
i layers Paulina Pes-
md Yair Vertheimer in
j' eo i] les competitii n
g .. nese failed to show
'." the final match.
, !i i ar-old Orit Al a-
Netanya won first
high Jumping event
with a leap of 1.78 meters. Her
excellent jump was made despite
Jeers of a hostile orowd.
Earlier. Danni Brenner, 21,
Wn ferae!'* first gold mecial in
1' meter free-style swim-
event with a time il
-
Via Itostrrtions Kasf-il
" The Bonn govern-
i ased t. regulations
- entering West Ger-
. The move was made at
the start of September, nearly
two years after the Munich
Olympic massacre of 11 Israeli
athletes, when thore was a
clamp-down on Arab immi-
grants, tourists and businessmen.
The stringent post Munich
at ions have been a sore
point with Arab governments
Si eking more normal relations
with West Germany.
The announcement was n
Sept. 10 by a senior Foreign Of-
fice official, State Secretary
Karl Moersch, at the opening of
German-Arab culture week in
ingen which was bein i I
ed by delegations from 18
Arab states. Moersch also an-
nounced that the Foreign Office
was setting up a special work
group to accelerate the dialogue
between the European commu-
nity and the Arab states.
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! tropean visitors in the-West
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i : i of those queried said that
they favored Israel in the con-
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Mi. u i-iast.
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of the glory of the Holy Lan
Land of the Hart" Philadelphia, it
Publishing Society. Sc 95. 379 : agai
title o: his book on Arabs. Is rat
tones.
THE Al'THOR has given COM
cht to his two principal themes: 1. the
term for peace with the Arab Moslem -
- bow is brae] to Incree aliyah In m :.m
Diaspora? Two majoi Qawi and imn
minor errors an.: ns mar the
N re
territorial it should cede l the Ai a. Enav*s
oaahi are nd. ] be..
He wril I 1: we were to start
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;_ the Ashkenaz: I?
sure- typed ;
in ka sledge pea eptioa and understanding
: the are tnd their psyche.
ALTHOl'OH I agree with his "push and
- to understand I
Z. mist ( -- l' "- to be equated with
n about Judaism.
Se in trie EMaap
thai Israel affan to poten-i:
Ma hr] Mi -
man. :'a.:.ts Watch have
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r-c-re it,'-A IVs/ Fhri'fl^r Friday, September 20, I974
CZarl ^4lpcrt
A New Year List Spots
Israel's Women of Valor
FKcbcrt t^caal
\o Erasing Tape Recorder in Sky
N" T -
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when Richard M N.\ n was a
S in the new law scboi ;
a* Dplu \ he was 1
poor that he couldn't a: I
:.- the I
Sc at :':rst." as Mr. S
pad
at a down) *e
wil I : to
k of the noise."
IN IHESE a :rr
Kfaton then n a naw
: a>
1 rie:s a part of
. .
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- F '
I ..
the V
Tie:- Ihaaa aaa ;ne noise on
" a Bap-
'
1 1 a.- [ami
t

rf the press are enemies
rid aea. "
M here have spiritual
X Catholic, and
r.g hard on
ad why
1 tr It's a fine old nation, and
as long as ed pren
report the calumnies laid
Eh. we
Rabbi K .- noBl
knot baa head the '.-./ens
tan I r Fairness to the
Pres -?atedly and ;
climber the tower to
: r the President an I in-
0 gat public.ty for
s k Th< Persona] Nixon:
Beajlag :. *ie Sumr-
In e Mr. n.
battic Ratfci Ko.-r'f assure I the
that
that Mr. Kktan had "not an
ice" in h.

aaM : ""alter Am as
to

by
P.a
:
he 1 .e
te-. r.
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.
Raob: I
think o: a red jcht djsr. -
more :bie than
Washington Post, the New York
Te Boston Globe

ano ; r.:.t
in HIS aJahrni
Nixon. ReJ
M formei Pre-
a.one" In
th the means to eaaergc
the Von-. K
I
with* gooc book .r.
>e tryine dm
H
IN A wintry where a woman
... ears in var-
that
e can be
no doubt that raci :/. -
-;n to political ability and
kadfi lllip. irrespective of sex.
la Meir may be the best
wn : IsraeFs women, but
there no lack of outstanding
personalities among the other
1
THE WOMEN'S monthly
e. Att"' not long ago
listed t the moat
int females tis'in-
for their persona]
.. baxt
.
[hi ae names
from this ince
sna,
-
1
".ii'laniit AV-iii.

In si
-en
- e
the fut
is
..
Miriam Bea-Pecat, -

.;. Law
S
att ted
a; a potent sol H I the
name bare no
yet served,
Gaels t oh*n. meniber of
rc and
Stern Gang her Rfs MB
:ng
w a ne%vs-
rwoman ;
- on teha.: | -
Ruth Irayan.
career, quite
that 0: her distinj -JS.
Ur. i. She has ei a^j
promoted home crafts and has
built a major sa.e.- jtle)
iMasldtl to han-lle the
She is also active in
nn-to-woman -be-
tween Arab and Jew.
Matilda Ghrz. nai e ol
T mis, ng activi p-afj
she r. t}.^
of Labor in t-
She i the.- of :
Hava Grownutn was |
eaders of the Je |
--' the N
Ihetto. S
l

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raaanah >ii-ron.
it a kg a : a
...
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. .
.
Bivka MIchaeM.
dnei 1
st
: :

I
iKiUSf
ek of more tans
Rachel N>ri;i.
of a leading 1
Knesset member, ta f y
>ken on wd as
sex education ar
relations. She fin(k ttav
. 1 -.- 1
than to a 1
anc as a result haa -- per-
sona ng.
fKiitti ^yunmcl .*J"V wr
j^ Minnesota Jews are All Aglitter
TT'Hi.N eath the

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wa--
.-.te.
- 1
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I
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1 Boat t
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be late r>. Gaaqp G-
w-as Jew sni that he -
kne and know J twre
dbaraaae wot
1
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: ant an-.i
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he world's la:gest
Nan v.-rk lv .....
I
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RABBI \LBEKT linda tOBCC
ertoan Ra :
e area "
'
the Twm QrJaa. *M -
x^iman. Kasse. A
1 S
ah Wlaaaaaarg;
ar in the realm of si -' P
Some Rumination About the Ripening Effects of Comfortable Old Ajje
A^ttOKiMNG TO a BrrtKh new, Mm
.es- member of the House at I a setuer
- -eil wno is 91 years oic. FimtH
'es He
'ichag the rremt

- -
1 aa Tm-Snaoic sanark.
ng aenws J:
le meniber hi Mte fare
ninetv-onf. M r.ae age b_t no one has
coaie Dear meu-hing Meibjseiab. who almost made
it to the thousand mark.
WTiat diet dw Metauaeian folk-w* Did be eat
flakes in the morning- Did he take vrurmns
and watch his cholesterol*
V* -<_'.tv iJ +^ch\\\irtz
> *aaw ktxte -
as pcuucs. V.'as ae a afeeral or a cons
Did he psay golf* Ke >.
a card piaring man. Ke as I
aider for that.
The one star* that is toid abeot ham deals
wit.- this outside aspect He atep and asd tk
open. There s a legend that wnen be was
years old an angel visited hrr. and add hfaa he
wasn't setting a good esampie for the people A
rw: -aid. should have
ty and b'.ui i a house.
IIMM." MirillMlMl a:d. I see
j
I
.at he w>x:ld ham
I ....
I
tbnk it wortfc wWal going to the trv
ing a house M. ^* .t
. .
Mia in Israel is a college
*hf ad in laa
ianguagas. He had expected to become a iang
er bet he saj-s drhing his cab pays h
-.uch as he wwld earn teaching. But he t
has coOege edecatioa he*ps him. He is abl<
to paaaaagen apealung all kinds of languages


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Friday, September 20, 1974
LEO MINMJN
More Concessiom-Not Arms
Continued from Page 4-A
'owed to exist, not the FACT of
Israel as defined by geographic
dimensions.
The U.S, guaranteed the fact
of Israel in the 1951 Tripartit
Agreement with Britain and
Kranee an agreement that
turned out to be worthless.
The U.S. is not prepared to of-
fer any such guarantees n > -
not that we are more hone=;
about our intentions, i>,h that, 0 1
he contrary, we are less hone: I
bout them.
THE TRUTH is that we are
not now even willing to support
the idea of Israel, except in a
perorating way (President Ford's
greeting of Premier Rabin when
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Rabin arrived in Washington).
it was calculated!? meaning
u and delivered with an eye
on the gathering of the Organiza-
tion of Petroleum Exporting
i ounl ies ; Vienna sevi
' i. r, where the Arabs thr at<
ijmptioi en*
the did not have their
cal way in the Middle
AND SO. the sense of isolation
m ist :.> feeling in the
i iti this most solemn New
is surely profound.
. we must be grateful.
Am lean diplomacy may be
bak( (1 in oil, but it is not burned
bv intemperance. What really
went on during those Ford-Rabin
sessions was surely the applica-
tion of unrelenting pressure for
more Israeli concessions. One can
be surer of this than of the re-
ported promises of "more" U.S.
weapons.
But if Ford demanded more
territory to be returned, as of
ie he did. we can take some
comfort in the knowledge that
he had limits in his mind.
And. hopefully, we can rest
easy in the knowledge that an-
other kind of sentiment, ex-
pressed by King Faisal, the "Pro-
tector of Islam," does not yet in-
fect the American soul.
"THE JEWS arc accursed by
G >d through thr- prophets .
They have deviated from the
s of Moses ami have ; tempted to murder Jesus Christ
.The v... in Wall is > struc-
Ihey ween against: another
weep against," he said in De-
cember, 1978, threatening the re-
sumption of the Yom Kippur
War.
Not yet. anyway, does it infect
the Ameiican soul.
The oil-thirsty year ahead
should have more to say on that.
And on more concessions and
"more" arms.
Pardon is Affront
To V.S. Justice,
Schindler Declares
Continued from Page 1-A
here that "Mr. Ford's premature
act will serve only to ignite fur-
ther controversy and to destroy
that sense of unity which his
ascendancy to office promised
and which we so desperately
needed."
KABBI S< HINDI.KR added.
"This is not to say that we
desire vengeance. No one wants
to see the former President
languish in jail. We would have
accepted this pardon, gladly.
fully, had it been preferred after
the legal processes had reached
their conclusion and once the
record was established for all to
see."
Rabbi Schindler expressed
concern over how Americans
generally and "especially our
youth" would react to the par- :
don.
"What are we to tell them?
Dozens of the (formerI Presi-
dent's men are in jail or await-
ing sentence, their lives in ruin,
while the man in whose behalf
they acted is held immune."
Rabbi Schindler said.
HE ALSO asked "How are we
to equate this act of mercy
with that qualified and most
restrictive amnesty which Presi-
dent Ford proposes to offer
those of America's sons whose
only crime was to listen to the
still small voice within them?"
Rabbi Schindler foresaw "only
a deepening of the cynicism of
our citizenry and their con-
viction that there are indeed
two laws of the land one for
the lowly and one for those who I
rule on high."
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Hdoy. September 20, 1974
+Jenist Fkridian
Page 13- A
U.S. Should Know of Egypt's Desecration
EDITOR. The Jewish FIOtMIsn:
I am sending you a report of
- a] or story that appeared
Vlonde" recently, and
you will publish it be-
. irely, it is of interest to
lers.
wish Floridian ran the
the Paris Bureau of
J '
tian authorities in Cairo
mbera of the Jewish
know that they have
proceed at once with
lation of the Jewish
\ explanation was given for
I for this decision. For
e now. the cemel
abandoned, and the
. tthOl ities do not take
I -ii.'. steps to put an
(n(i the regular vandalism
e there."
dd thai my own sister
. in this cemetery in
tiie U.S. is now
w:h the Egyptians, I
the U.S. Government
ersuaded to intervene to
the evacuation of the
in i to take the neces-
Israel Takes
Dim View
Of Road
To Hermon
Continued from Page 1-A
68) id is of an unmistake-
aiie i tary nature.
few score yards now
the Syiian road :
i i constructed
thi JVeatern approaches to the
sal W'fcefore the disengi
nt went into ef-
:
: N Tin. Syrii
I raeli-bui :
ifiwsnrcitf'ranfl
p r?f!BnBSSH|
OUR
READERS
WRITE
"Let Thy W'orit Be Brief
Koheleth (Ecc'.es-.utes)
share with
snows tneir
me. It
attitude.
certainly
A. A. ROSKN
Nuranjii

i.
sary steps to put an end to th"
ism and destruction at
this holy place.
ARNOLD SPRINGER
Miami Beach
EDITOR. The Jewish Floriilian
I wrote the Geo-
graphic Magazine, enclosing a
Co; of o ir nt article re-
garding the Geographies incom-
plete report on the Jews of
Syria.
I think the Geographic's reply
would be interesting enough for
your other readers to be able t"
satis thai w<
| the year
i the main Is
on the G<
raurei s said,
ii r. aetion is of
strati jic in
.; wpula enable S:
'.
lit.

I -' td capture the sumn .
aintatrl should a new
t ar.d__.co.dd be used
t' e as an. afternathe s .; : >
e Isiae^i. sources said.
hile. Information Minis-
-."ii \'arh- warned that ii
frai erupted within a year,
-:; wquld face an Arab fi
'' P.U'f) tanks-ana 1,500 atta :
V.\i:rv. WITT) "was forn
f inTeTlIgence of the :--
'.:my. said his figures we:e
based) on calculations by NATO.
'-sins the annual meet-
ing df the Israeli Advertisers
lation, Yariv said that Is-1
i longer depended entirely
!" intelligence of enemy activi-
ties, las it had before the Yom
War, bjjt now maintain-.
i tfong force's' along the bor- j
del ready for any emergency.
Hfl said this required an un-
led increase in men and
1 cents and that Israel was
|g an extraordinary effort |
bin more weapons from the
I'n.tell States.
Vvfe shall h,
thimi'i u.ssible
- nen
taponrv
man* 1
I
;i
it
new
prep
toriu
o do every-
urc that our
best quality
inust not de-
bridge the |
ir arms with '
said.
Zimrph
Rehearsals
Farband Zimrah Ensem-
. resume rehearsals aft Igh Holy Days, it has been
^nced. and will be accepting
ingers. The Zimrah will be
ing Jol'TkJhnnual conceit
12 a* *4H.lfci -Beach Audi-
"We very much appreciate
the interest that prompted you
to comment on Robert Azzi*s ar-
ticle about Damascus in the
April, 197-1 National Geographic.
"LET ME explain, first of all.
that the murders in Syria of
four Jewish women, which
brought this whole problem I i
the fore so far as the general
press was concerned, came to
attention via newspaper ac-
ts alter the April magazine
had been turned over to the
printer.
"As I an sure you realize, ii
takes many weeks I
ei :-, ." agaz nes for the So-
ciety's present membership ol
i / nine million. That issue,
bers Ions after the
ed, must
med unpardonably cal-
.-. ipparently ignoring these
- : t. rrorism against Damas-
cene Jews.
"I .MENTION this as an ex
planation of one aspect of the
matter, but certainly not as an
excuse. The fact remains thai
we have received evidence from
many of our Jewish members
Since the article api>eared that
convinces us that we unwittingly
failed to reflect the harsh con-
ditions under which that small
community has existed since
1948.
"The November magazine will
include a statement setting the
ret ord straight.
"Again let me thank you for
your letter. It will be circulated
as we always do with mean-
ingful comments, critical or oth-
erwise to every senior member
of the editorial staff.
"MARGARET L. BEEDSOE
Chief, Research Department
National Geographic Magazine
Washington, D.C."
Rumanian Minister
Is Visiting Israel
JERUSALEM tJTAl Ru,
He spent the weel end with the
- Foreign Ministei Gheor-
ghe Ma o\ ai rived here for
a foui day official visit as guest
of Foreign Minister Viral Allon.
mel with Premiei
Rabin before the Pre
mier left for Washington, in
ss said.
THE VISIT returned former
Minister Abba Eban's
,isil I ania lasl November.
Israeli officials are particular-
ly pleased with the current rise
in official visits here.
.- second-i nuking Cabi-
F.-'i-Ti Minuter ai his Kibbutz
net Minister, Lord President of
the ( Kdward Short, is
ntly Here as Alton's guest
and is seen as symbolizin.
end to a difficult period for Is-
i ael i I olation on the in-
itional diplomatic front.
FRAN'l :: AND Israel are to
ign Ministers' \ is-
its before the year's end the
!:..-! French \i--it hero ever and
the first Israeli official visit to
Paris since liie Six-Day War.
Short met with Allon in a
working session in Jerusalem,
having flown in from Cyprus in
a Royal Air Force jet.
13
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* Jen4 st HrsMlap
Friday, September
20, 197<
Rabin is Given Nod to Negotiate
Bv DAVID LANDAU
and GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM IJTA)
Premier Yitrjwk Rebin has re-
ceived a I am the
Labor Party IBIU and its
Kr.es^et faction to coBtta r :ais-
:h the Nat:. :.... ReJij
Pa
join the coalition government.
Rabin ak:d :o; :..e ...<,
Ke the understand.]**: was I
ii the NF.P did not join -
ernment within 90 do.. > a:-er the
ge\er:.:r.eni im : ::r.ed. their
portfolios Interior. Welfare
and Religious Affairs >
be distributed among other
members of the coalition.
ADDRESSING the ftrsl
sicn of the Bureau and its Knes-
set faction. Rabin said the pai
center decided in the past that
efforts should be made to include
the NRP in the Cabinet.
He said the basis for the
NRP"s entry should be the
establishment of a ministerial
conversion committee which
would find a settlement on the
basB "of the present coalition
agree.T-er.: gi;: :e,i.-:e-
As .ong as that committee
continues to function no con-
venl a Kiki be registered in
the official ;aid.
addmc this arranrerrert w
cor -. nt :-..;. from
western count]
THIS i ftMrUHflffl fon
.
registration of i
\erts as Jews in
Pre.-
an accepta: c Lll : be
do.\ demands that the Law of
Return be i to speci:..
that only conversions lo
to halachia are admissible in
Israel.
NP.P :- under threa-
a ban by the Che: Rabbin
if it joins the governmer.- i
a commitment to amer. I t
law.
The Chief Rabbinate has not
disclosed its position on the e
and
the NIU :ed.
LEADERS OF t.:e Y
- Knesset
" -
: m Reh-
i II Eeracn
E. I
2
-
le : be
s for a
inch]} sec-
Party headed
: v .: Portfolio
Sbulamit Aloni has warned that
It % I bolt the coaiition if the
NP.P joined.
":- AJord said that the com-
!ri create a class of
.:i Israel deprived of the
eglstared u Jews.
Se\ieral lays ago she demand-
Rabin name her as Min-
a post traditi
ne NP.P.
HEK DEMAND v as based on
the fact that the 90-day period
has e:a; Bed The post is impor-
tant to the NRP because that
ministry registers new immi-
grants and thus decides who
should te listed as a Jew.
Mapam and the Independent
We Support Israel,
President Ford Vows
Ctntrtmed from Page 1 A
East the United
States .-.-: :n which the Rabin-
r eie-
:<:ae!
teen
I
-
i
strong [ .. en-

t to For ejura]
speech ;n whi icr.t
siKi thai a strata. America is a
euarantee for peace. Rabin
pointe: that this also is
true for Israel in its part of the
world."
Alluding to Israel's maaeroas
problems economic, diplomat-
ic and military Rabin remark-
ed to F -You can appreciate
the weight on my shoulders."
Israei. Rabin continued, "faces
rreat challenges but also op-
r ortunities."
"EVER since the revival of
ll is our privilege to erp-ess
Our appreciation to ou- atH
Friends for their kind er>"z deration
During the past year
i
We Express Gero're Greetings and
Wish:? for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
*Jemst ffcricHav
SOMA THOMPSON
Jewish independence in the land
of our forefathers." Rabin said.
"Israel has received the support
of the United States and it will
fce recorded forever in the an-
nals of our country." He said
' las .-. tne recent tests of
arms Israel is prepared to con-
t.r e "- as for peace" with
the States a strong and
deif. a: trier."
The iark clouds which threat-
ened rain ail mofnin pear-
Id in the early afternoon and
the pomj, and ceremony of an
Ida! welcome to the visiting
Premier took place in bright
sunshine.
A 19-gun salute boomed and
the 30-pieee red and white clad
Marine band played "Hatikva"
an: The Star Spangled Ban-
ner." as Ford and Rabin and
the.: wives care out on the
White House lawn. Contingents
of the I'.S Air Force. Army.
Na ies and Coast Guard
were drawn up in dress uni-
form -
THE JEWISH Telegraphic
Agency learned M the White
House Tuesday that the State
dinner President and Mrs. Ford
gave for the Rabins to which
100 guests were invited, featured
roast duckling and was non-
kosher.
Guests requiring kosher food
were served fruit plates, the JTA
was informed.
In addition to the 100 dinner
guests, another 100 guests were
invited to a reception for the
Rabins at the White House that
evening.
Rabins official party included
his military secretary. Brig. Gen.
Ephraim Poran: the chief of the
Prime Minister's Office, Morde-
cha: Gaiit: and the Premier's
secretary. Eli Mizrahi.
With NRP fiSSSj
the religious sta- JJ*
Likud would paralyse &
pokey making. e'
The ILP is also reoortan.
worried that if CrTS^S
fiom the government
of principle i, ,. j i
many sec.lar voters away f2
the liberal faction. Ucra
A Party relieve they on
jive with the compsomisc a it
t alte,- the rel
- quo and feel that with
the NRP in the government
_re would ease foi the
establishment oi a nationai anity
40,000
happy people
in BoSvSmoor
communities
cairt be wrong!
Ross moor
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*" Je-wsf ntnlitttrt
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Jen-Day Campaign for Bonds
M TREAL <-n\) The
nivcrsary of the Vom Kip-
,,- will be marked by an
jive 10-day campaign aimed
ngthentng the hard-pressed
rs economy through the
_ possible enrollment of
pure
of Israel Bonds, it
was announced here at the dos-
ing se-sion of the International
Fall Leadership Conference of
750 Jewish leaders from the
Unite! States and Canada.
The conference had been in
gession for four days to devise
- for expanding economic
i Israel through the sale of
Israel Bonds.
JULIAN B. VENEZKY. na-
tional chairman of Regions,
I that the 10-day cam
will be held on a person-to-per-
.eon ba-is in homes, synagogues
and Jewish fraternal, social and
religious organizations in Amer-
ican and Canadian cities during
the period from Sept. 26 (Yom
Kippur) through Oct. fi, the an-
niversary of the outbreak of the
Ycm Kippur War.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Miami
Beach, national campaign co-
chairman and chairman of the
National Rabbinic Cabinet of Is-
rael Bonds, explained that in the
first phase of the Israel Bonds
fall drive, a record number of
1.000 synagogues in the U.S.
and Canada will conduct special
appeals during the forthcoming
Carey Raps Soviets
For Cemetery Rule
NEW YORK (JTA> Rep. Hugh L. Carey (D., N.Y.)
lia. written Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger urging
i inform the Soviet Union of American objections to "a
paiuc llarly tragic and subtle form of harassment against
Soviet Jews the desecration of Jewish cemeteries under
the guise of using areas for uiban renewal."
Carey, victorious candidate for the Democratic nomina-
ir Governor of Now York, noted that "the latest example
of this insensitive policy" is "the disclosure that the ancient
cemetery at Raiiin. a suburb of Vilna, has been plowed
H
He urged Kissinger "in the name of decency to call for
I to this activity ami to seek assurances that the Rus-
will cease all forms of harassment against the Soviet
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Tests by doctors on hun-
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holidays to enroll every
Jewish family as Guardians cf Is-
rael (Shomrei Israel) through'
the purchase et' a minimum ot I
' in Israel Bonds.
TO MARK the anniversary of;
the Yom Kippur War, worship-1
pers in the countries' synagogues,
will be asked to buy bonds '"to j
repay the debt they owe to the'
3.000 brave men who gave their |
lives in defense of Israel," Rabbi i
Kronish said.
He also stated that the 10
days, beginning on Yom Kippur.
have been designated as the Ten
Days of Rededication, culminat
ing with a National Day of Re
dedication on Oct. 6.
"On the occasion of the first!
anniversary of the Yom Kippur
War, a National Day of Com
memoration will be held through-
out the U.S. and Canada for the
enlistment of Shomrei Israel
families." Rabbi Kronish stated.
This day-long organized solic-
itation will be planned and im-
plemented by Shomrei Israel
committees in synagogues, or-
ganizations, trade and profes-
sional groups."
AMNON HARNESS, chairman
of the International Corporate
Program for Israel Bonds, as-
serted that the business com-
munity, both Jewish and non-
Jewish, is participating in the Is-
rael Bond drive to a greater ex-
tent than ever before.
He said that despite the sharp
rise in interest rates this year,
a sub-tantial portion of the 5.5
percent Israel Bonds of the
Fourth Development Investment
Issue are being sold to pension
and profit-sharing plans, insur-
ance companies and banks. He
aid that to date more than S350
million in Israel Bonds have
l,rven sold to such purchasers.
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Ford Warns Oil Producers U.S.
^Jewish Floridian(an Ho,,, Ba<:k Foo,i s,,r,CMts
Miami. Florida Friday, September 20, 1974
Section B
Day of Rededieation' Will
Be Observed Sunday, Oct. 6
Sunday, Oct. 6, will be ob-
served by State of Israel Bonds
ai "Shomrei Yisrael National
SIDNEY POLAND
Day of Rededication." as Greater
Miami joins hundreds of com-
munities throughout the United
and Canada in commemo-
rating the first anniversary of
the outbreak of the Yom Kippur
War. it has been announced by
Sidney Poland. South Florida
Shomrei Yisrael chairman.
Poland also announced that
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. chair-
mar of Special Efforts of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Or-
ganization, has been named
chairman for the local observ-
ance of National Day of Rededi-
cation.
Referring to the particular
significance of Oct. 6, Poland
said, "This day not only com-
memorates the start of the war
a year a?o. but also occurs at a
significant time for the Jewish
people everywhere. It comes at
the height of the observance of
Sukkoth. which traditionally
marks the anniversary of our
people's ancient journey to the
Jewish homeland."
In accepting the post. Rabbi
Abramowitz said that the con-
certed drive on behalf of Israel
Bonds is aimed at strengthening
the hard-pressed economy of Is-
rael through the widest possible
enrollment of individuals and
families as members of 'Shomrei
Yisrael" (Guardians of Israel),
the honor society of purchasers
of $1,000 or more in State of Is-
rael Bonds. "By their purchases,"
Rabbi Abramowitz added, "they
are helping to watch over and
promote Israel's economic well-
being."
Emphasizing the urgency of
achieving Israel Bond suDoort
for Israel's economic reconstruc-
tion and for the creation of jobs
for new immigrants, Rabbi
Abramowitz said that the people
of Israel must devote practically
all of their financial resources
for defense and are therefore un-
able to meet the needs of de-
velopment and immigrant em-
ployment.
Citing the huge cost of the
Yom Kippur War, amounting to
almost S8 billion, and the coun-
try's current defense budget of
$3.5 billion, the highest In it his-
tory. Rabbi Abramowitz said. "In
addition to paying the highest
taxes in the world, the people of
Israel are also subject to a com-
pulsory loan to the government
of from 10 percent to 20 percent
of their taxable income.
"We must do our utmost to
make Oct. 6 an historic Jay for
Israel by seeing to it that every
family is approached to join
Shomrei Yisrael through the pur-
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
chase of $1,000 or more in Israel
Bonds.'" he added.
"This National Day of Rededi-
cation can help shape Israel's fu-
ture When so many of Israel's
problems are traceable to the
economic situation, our atten-
tions and efforts must be con-
centrated as never before on
ways to improve Israel's economy
and set it on a firm basis.
"We commemorate the anni-
versary of the Yom Kippur War
in the full realization of the his-
toric significance of what hap-
pened a year ago. Today we
mourn the 3.000 who gave their
lives to save Israel and the fu-
ture of the Jewish people."
Rabbi Abramowitz -aid. "In their
memory, we must RFDFDICATE
ourselves and our resources to
the building of the State for
v.hich they died."
Community Leaders Attend
CJFWF Quarterly Meeting
Over 300 communa!
ith i from about 70
American Jewish Federa-
fred in New York Sept.
12-15 for an intensive assess
if major challenges facing
i community and to
ecial address by I-
inister Y hak Ral
I'rime Minister Rab
s to the \. .
community since he as-
office last April, after
having served as a former Israel
Ambassador to the United States
tor five years.
nessage followed his dis-
s with President Ford and
secretary of State Kissinger, as
well as other U.S. legislative
leaders.
"I am leaving this country af-
;ing to the President and
J? his colleagues, with feelings
jnat we ean continue to rely on
his country to support us. For
nat. I believe that I express the
'hanks of the people, the country
of Israel, and cvervbodv who
"res about Israel ." said Mr.
Rabin.
"We look in the next year to
strengthen the ties, the spiritual
"". the moral ones, that will
unite Jewish communities from
U over the world because I be-
ve ti,at the challenges of the
"W year might be much more
"'"cult than we have expen-
ded m the last years and only
jt wish unity can really overcome
The meeting of the Council.
augmented by the attendance of
leadership of the United
Jewish Appeal and of the Con-
ference of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations
immediately preceded the Prime
ti jter's return to Israel.
The Council of Jewish Federa-
t! ms is the association of central
community organizations includ-
ing Federations, Welfare Fund-.
Community Councils, etc. serv-
ing over 800 Jewish communities
in the United States and Canada.
It helps these communities de-
velop maximum support for the
United Jewish Appeal and other
overseas, as well as many na-
tional and local programs which
provide financial, health, wel-
fare, cultural and educational as-
sistance benefitting all residents.
A major concern during this
year's four day conclave was tne
planning of the 1975 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency-
Fund Campaign, in light of a
spiraling inflation and the priori-
ties brought about by the con-
tinuing aftermath of last Octo-
ber's Yom Kippur War.
Among the impressive delega-
tion of leaders representing the
Greater Miami Jewish communi
tv at the meeting were Harry B.
Smith and L. Jules Arkin. vice
presidents of the Greater Miami
Jewish. Federation: Muriel Rus-
sell; Robert Russell and Stanley
Myers, past presidents of the
Federation, and Mendell M. Selig
and A. B. Wiener, members
the Federation's board of direc-
tors.
Included in !h Miami <^ 1-
egation's contributions to the
meeting were a presentation by
Harry B. Smith on the outreach
services of our community to the
elderly and a report by Robert
Russell, chairman of the Housing
Committee of the Jewish Agency
in Israel, on construction
grams to provide housing for
those thousands of Israelis who,
as new immigrants or long-time
residents, are without adequate
housing Israel's No. I social
problem.
Lebediker Branch
Meeting Sundav
Lebediker Branch, LZ.A.. will
hold an extraoi meeting
Sunday in the W m Fed-
eral Auditorium, 1234 Washing-
ton Ave.. Miami Beach.
The 8 p.m. High Holy Days
celebration will feature a Le I
vim t.mst and Zubeis and the ex-
change of New Year's greetui
with members of the David B:
and Moshe Dayan Branches. A
miniature concert befitting the
.New Year ha;, also been prepar-
ed.
After Sunday's meeting, Leb-
ediker Branch will resume its
regular schedule, meeting the
first Thursday of each month.
UNITED NATIONS In his
first major foreign policy ad-
diess, delivered before the 29th
General Assembly of the United
Nations on Wednesday, Presi-
dent Gerald Ford did two things.
He quashed rumors flying
around Washington earlier in the
week that some of his top level
advisors were urging him to
(lump Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger.
AND HE told more than
3000 delegates representing 138
countries that "A global strategy
for food and energy is urgently
required."
Ford reserved the major thrust
of his address for a plea to Arab
nations not to use oil as a means
of diplomatic maneuvering.
Reminding the Arab oil-pro-
dlicing countries, whose repre-
sentatives at a meeting in Vien-
na just last week announced a
new hike in their already stag-
geiing price schedule, that tha
United States is one of the
world's richest sources of food
supply, the President declared:
THE UNITED States recog-
nizes the special responsibility
we bear" in this role, but
"... i we' will not only main-
tain the amount" the nation
spends for food shipments to
other countries in need ". iwei
. will increase this amount."
Calling upon the Arabs for
similar demonstrations of global
responsibility, Ford said that
"Now is the time for the oil pro-
ducers to define their concepti >n
of a global policy on energy to
meet the growing need and
to do this without imposing un-
acceptable burdens on the inter-
national monetary and trade
system."
Ford noted that failure to co-
operate on oil. food and inflal
a I S] ell disaster for every na-
tion represented in this room."
POINTING TO the role the
United States is playing, the
President noted that "It has not
I en our policy to use food as a
political weapon despite the oil
embargo and recent oil price and
production decisions."
His implication was clear to
the delegates that the United
States very well could. "It wo
be tempting for the United
States he said beset by infla-
tion and soarii
to turn a deaf ear to external
appeals for food assistance, or to
respond to internal appeals for
export controls."
Never theiess. he explained,
"howi ver difficult our own eco-
nomic situation, we recognize
tr.at the plight of others is
worse."
THE PRESIDENT proposed
that member nations of the
Unit-1 i Nations must achieve a
level of prices that provides an
incentive for producers, but
which i; within the possibility
of imers to meet.
"It should be clear that by
confronting consumers with pro-
duction restrictions, artificial
pricing, ani the prospect of ul-
timate bankruptcy, producers
will eventually become the vic-
tims of their own actions."
THE PRESIDENT also pro-
pose i tr.at member nations shun
narrow national advantage. "The
attempt by any country to use
one commodity for political pur-
poses will inevitably tempt other
countries" to do the same thing.
In ol recommendations,
F '. als i ut fed that nations
must assure even the poorest
countries that they will not be
overwhelmed by rising costs In-
volved In the imports necessary
for their survival.
In his ie.--~.-ks about Secre-
Kissinger, Presi-
ild the UN that Kis-
singer has his "full support and
the unq I backing of the
American people." adding that
he has the "closest working re-
with Kissinger.
HE OBSERVED pointedly
that Dr. Kissinger would als i
c intinue as the National
: 11 I :
- ha1 arisen eariier in
vhe week that a m nent was
devel : Ford s advis-
ors to dump Kissinger because
of le ;ed role in fostering
CIA support I lestabUize" the
i jime if now deposed and lead
Pr ii lent Salvador Allende of
Ford's defense of Kissinger
was a clear U.S. attempt to as-
s-re the Arabs that although
Washington is willing t) criti-
cize Arab oil policies, there Is no
ness i undercut Kissin-
ger as the man tr.e Arabs appar-
ent!} st in their strug-
ig linst Israel,
Augusta Mentz To Receive
Woman Of Valor Award
A ug'J VIrs F.rr.anuel)
. >nt of the Miami
r of Ha lassah. has
been selected to receive
coveted Woman of Valor award
at tiie Miami Beach Ha
\'. th-Isi I luncheon Oct.
3i. Milton M cutive
director of the Gr .mi Is-
rael B ind Organization, has an-
noun i :
" epit nizes the
truly committed woman whose
example inspire- countless
others to emulate her dedication
to the cause of the people of the
State of Israel." Parson declared.
Her lifetime service and eager
participation in all worthy com-
munal endeavors rank her among
the foremost leader-hip of our
community and people "
Mrs. Mentz is presently serving
her third term as president of
Miami Beach Hadassah. and was
previously president of the Mor-
ton Towers Group, and organiza-
tion and fund racing vice presi-
dent of the chapter.
A member of the executive
board of the Jewish National
Fund and a board member of the
Hebrew Home and Hospital for
the Aged. Mrs. Mentz has visited
Israel on five occasions. A life
member of Temple Emanu-El's
Sisterhood, she was prev
recording secretary' and a board
member.
Mrs. Mentz is also active in the
Biscayne Chapter of CRT. Tech-
nion. and Women's Division of
Brandeis University, the Hatik-
MRS. AUGUSTA MENU
vah Chapter of B'nai B'rith Wom-
en, the Hope School, and Fight
for S.
Mr. Mentz shares his wife'; de-
votion to inal af-
fairs, and together they have re-
his awards
citations. ng the Jewish
National Fund Citation for out-
standing leadership, the Israel
Emergency Fun's Tribute
Awar I the Greater Mi-
ami Jewisl ration, and the
Israel Freedom Award at the
Morton Towers Dinner of State
en behalf of Israel Bonds.
More than 2.000 women are ex-
pected to attend the Miami
Beach Hadassah Bond-With-Is-
rael Luncheon Oct. 31 at the Fon-
lainebleau Hotel, traditionally
the largest gathering of Miami
Beach women during the year.


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Friday, September 23, 1971
Yam Kippur Observance Begins
Wednesday With KolMdre
Re: M
kwnt S -.->-
and : dam ''
nay unt.
The .-.bservance of V -- one a:
. all brar.
o: Judaism by fasting sundown, by prayer
a searching naptwaa
ship to his Mlo 1 God. It n of 10
days of intense self-. tadivldui Jew
examines the year just past. :ion
to God aad man. ami ex; md icgeaara-
tion for the year to e
At Rundown Monday, Sept. 3a Jews -
the celebration of the ancient festival of Sue: of
Tabernacle? or "Booths."' a holiday of harvest and thank?. :ru and
the most joyous a'l the Jewish observances.
S 1 observed by Reform Jews tor si|
b: : \ and Conservative Jews. The holiday was
Harvest Fe-' Deuter-
- -.ebiated at the autumnal harvest.
6E'-J S"OLOM. {TtpIC 4-4J C-ise
Ave L beret. Raps- weon h,-;n at
Canter "Javid Cs'v see fl

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ETNA: RAPHAEL. 1*01 NW 183rd St.
Cor.servat.ve. Rabb. Victor D. Zwel-
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Miarr Beach. Raob^ Dr AOre-arn I
Jacocaon -- 3
CLBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
12*2 Waiimg'.cn Ave. Orthodon
RacCi D; Roierca a. 23
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i ON. 995 Sv\ 6'th Ave. Ortnsdox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
**SH EMES. 253. SW 19th Ave.
Conaervative. Cantor Sol Pakov.tr.
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BETH AM iTcmp'ei. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. S Miami. Re'orm. Rabb Her-
bert M. Baumgard. Associate Rabbi
Barry Airman. 3
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BETH DAV'O. 22S SW Sra Ave
Contervat.ve. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William Lioaon 4-A
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Landau. Cantor Will a-- -ipson 4-S
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Baron. Cantor Stanley R:i- 13
p.m., Bern* Retun
f Israel' Saturd -'
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Beth T^Wvei 9<*>6 S---t Df R'--
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 13-A
riCERETH ISRAEL. 6.-JO N. V i-
Ave. Conservative. 14
C.BAS SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GPEG4'" ON 7'5 Washington Ave
F.aco: Meir Masnah Melamed. 23-A
i lay. 7 p.m.. 1 Ttrsjrp-
HEBREW ACADEMY .-ICO e -e '
Dr. Or:ho30. Rabbi Aexander S_
Gross. --
CONGREGAT.ON AN-NELL B-.-.-:~
of Hebrew Acadimyi. 7th St and
V-r d.ar Ave Ortrodox 23-A
JACOB C. COHtm COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Wasr.inato" n
O-thodOK Rabbi Tibor H Stfr-
Cantor Meyer Engel. 2o
w- ; lay p n: i v "-
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Eud-d Ave
Orthodox Haopi Oav d Ltr,r* e z
Cantor Abraham Se 27
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MENCRAH Te Die ~: Wth St
Conser^a've Robbi Mayer Ac-arr.
ov..ta. Cantor Nioo Feldman. 2o
BETH KODESH 11C1 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Trad-.ora Rahbi Max Sha-
piro. Cnoi Leon Seflal Rev. Alex
Stah!. Rev. Mendel Gotterman. I
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St. Conservative. Racr Charle* Ru-
bel. Canter A;xan~-- Cohl
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BNAI ISRAEL ANC GREATER
MIAMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE. -iC
Swrs-1 Drive. CrtPo^ox. Pa_r:5
Raipr C-lixman. 8-A
CONSEPVAT-VE CONGREGATION
OF KENDALE LAKES Si'. 107
Ave at Kenda'i Dr. Raboi Maxorel'
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BCTH M^SHE CONG^EGA-'ON 232S
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C'.G'ECi-.ON 707 5th St. Mi.
a Beach O-thedox. Faboi Mo-
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sky. Ca-itor Vau- :e Ma:hes. 19
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MARGATE JEWISH CliNTER STT
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MO'_OM Tempiel 132 Sl lit* Av*.
Caaaarvat .e Rabb- Morr.s A. Skoo
Cantor Vaacov Ranter i*
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HALLANDALE JEW'SH CENTER
ICon*ervat.v 4- ne 8th Av*.
Fibbl Harry E Sch'ta Cj-t.-
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Page 3-B
MIAMI PLEDGES MASSIVE SUPPORT
World-Wide Bond;
Campaign Launched
re than 750 Jewish leaders
I SI as and Can-
! launched the fall
, for State of Israel
Internal mal Lead-
l e:ice held Septeni-
|, M ntieal.
aim was officially
: l-wide, Robert
teneral campaign
the Greater .Miami
Bond Organization, in a
aeli Prime Minister
jfj v Raliin pledged that the
commtlnlty v. ill embark
the most intensive, far-
reaching campaign in history.
- repay the debt we owe
to the 3.000 brave young men
ave their lives to save Is-
rael and the future of the Jew-
pie. The cause for whicto
they died is our cause," Siege 1
said.
S i 1 not only reassured
Prime Minister Rabin of Miami's
determination to secure more Is-
rael Bond sales, but of the "es-
tablishment of the mast effec-
j structure we have
ever been able to assemble. At
this time, more Jewish commu-
nity are lending their
efforts on behalf of the
Israel Bonds campaign than
e. We are confident
hrough this kind of organ-
ization V, an continue to pro-
w ith the investment
gently needed," he
'-.airman of
nil tee i I the
. 1st ai 1 Bond Or-
one of the Mi-
to the Is ael Bond
i 'i iontreal w
program calling on
ish famil i nd a
i tion of its means
B( : ds.
- nting the Miami
at the conference
I Leon Kronlsh, na-
' i nairman foi
; ney Poland,
" a >ho .. < i Yisrae]
chain:
The general consensus of all
in Montreal was
sponse to is-
The Best in Baked Goods
BUTTERFLAKE BAKERIES
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532-4445
. ervice
WholeioL Distrrboton of
QUEEN ESTHER
KOSHER POULTRY
and
M fi'-est U.$. Cot. Inspected
*0S.tp -cATS D||d pooiHY
1717 N.W. 7th Ave.
Miami, Fla.
r^one 324-1855
KOBUT I. SICGU
rael Bonds was needed not only
to shore up its economy, but also
to provide funds for industrial
expansion and the cMTion of
jobs for new immigrants. Eco-
nomic development is also a ma-
jor factor in the success of Is-
rael's search for peace.
Israel's economic plight and
the need for massive outside fi-
nancial aid were cited in a mes-
sage to the delegates from Prime
Minister Yitzhak Rabin.
"Increasing defense rcquire-
ments, urgenl development needs
and the outlook foi the resump-
tion of large-scale immigration
from the Soviet Union leave no
alternative but foi the Israel
B nd i Tganizat i n ti ass ime the
ponsibility for financing es-
sential development
Mr. Rabin declared.
He urged "bni I ate ste] to
utilize the critical faJ d to
mobih.e the neatest possible
i i: iles to ana e us to con-
tinue the postv a i onomic re-
covery prog] am."
1930 Marx Brothers Film
An exclusive engagement of
the Marx Brothers in "Animal
Crackers" (1930) starts Friday
it the Twin No 2 Dadeland
"The Black Windmill"' opens Fri
day at the Patio, Twin Xo. 1
Dadeland, Carlyle, Palm Spring!
No. 1, Parkw Plaza No. 2
Hollvwood and Gateway Ft
Lauderdale; 'Together Brothers"
begins at the Miami and North
Dade Drive In. and "The Appren-
ticeship of Dtlddy Kravitz" is he
in:; held over at the Byron, Sun j
set, Coral Way and Boca Raton i
Temple Sinai's
1974-75 Officers
And Staff Named
The staff il r mple Sinai, Hol-
foj tiie cojtfng year in-
I ifcvji Shai in As.
iatf f> ,, ajfl
- '-' I- I ah L.
aun, Harry Ka; .
ten di-
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t n.
Rabbi :
a Ivisors
Seidel and Mrs. Carol
V, einer.
The temple's officers are Ja-
cob M. Mogilowitz, president;
Joseph Kleiman. Dr. Alfred Ro-
senthal. Roheit Rorerts an:
aid Raticoff. vice |
Charles E. Cohn. treasurer;
Deutsch, financial secre-
tary; Mort Kushner, recording
secretary; Jeanne Waldorf, Sis-
terhood president; Charles Pier-
S< n, Men's Club president, and
Adolph Schonfeld, Minyan Club
president.
FINANCIAL FEDERAL MUSICAL SHOWCASE
Music Students To Compete
For 82,000 Grant Oct. 12
Mayor Fogg Cites
Rocky Pomerance
Dade County Mayor Edward C.
Fogg III, and the members of the
Boaid of County Commissioners
this week cited Miami Beach
police chief Rocky Pomerance
for hi.s exemolary service to the
citizens of Miami Beach.
A special plaque was pre-
sented to Chief Pomerance by
Mayor Fogg in recognition 01 bis
achievement in attaining the high
position of president of the In-
ternational Association of Chiefs
of Police. His terra of office,
1974-75. begins Sept 24 when he
is installed in Washington, D.C.
i hief Pomerance told the coun-
ty commission that bis primary
goal ns president of IACP will be
to bring the nations the world
closer together in law enforce'
ment. He said crime and crime
against persons is a common,
critical problem, worldwide.
ASSISTANT TO
PUBLICITY DIRECTOR
for Miami Office of Nat'l
| Organization multiple
fringe benefits.
PHONE 531-6731
THE
GARMENT
BAG
12807 W. DIXIE HWY.
893-2553
FABULOUS FASHIONS
AT BARGAIN PRICES
the finest ladies wear
consignment shop in town
coats, suits, day A evening
wear sportswear
store hours
Mon. -Sat. 10 5 pm
sponsored by
WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT
".,.>ie -!" rr< from Kejrv
Y ind Phi :a ha\e been
f S3 Bcbolar-
shi In the 1 Federal
Sa .... an Association
com-
pete r an additional S2.000
granl n a ... concert Oct. 12
at mi Beach A iditorium.
D ane of New
V -k was named winner in the
; etition, while Peter
Zazofsky of Philadelphia was
I est among those eom-
ing in the string section.
Dcane and Zazofsky, along
with winners in the piano and
wind 'brass Sections named last
weekend will compete for a total
of $5,000 in music scholarships
at the public concert sponsored
by Financial Federal in coopera-
tion with the Senior Symphony
of Miami.
Deane, a 22-year-old bass, re-
ceived his Bachelor of Music
degree from the Manhattan
School of Music in June. While
a student, he was a member of
Manhattan's Opera Workshop.
In 1973 he sang with the Sum-
mer Music Festival of Temple
University at Ambler, Pa. Deane
has also sung a number of
oratorios in aprearar.ces :n the
New York area.
Za fsky, a 20-year-old violin-
lent ( f Miami
currently studying ;:: the Cur: a
Institute ol Music h Philadel-
.... He was a winner of the
' ind
MHTON WEISS
the San Francisco Symphony
com;.etition.
The Musical Showcase, now
in its second year, was instituted
by Financial Federal in order
to provide financial assistance to
deserving serious music students
apt: to provide good music free
of charge to the community, ac-
ng to Milton Weiss, presi-
dent.
The initi tl petition offered
a $2,500 in scholarships,
the resi oi such that
the s holarship funds were
>: this .. ar's competi-
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Absentee Ballot Procedun
Necessary In Oct. 1 Run-Off
i'.abbinical Association of
i r Miami has issued a call
Jewish" confmimiry nT
to avail the:
. ballots during the forth-
, primaries run-ol
all wa given
, Rabbinical Ass i iation by
,-. esident, Rabbi Ralph P.
I of Temple Sinai of
i i an i It* exec live
, eaident, Rabbi Solomon
g
absentee ballots pi-" e I-
, .. is bee me necessary," ac-
. to Rabbi Kingsley, "since
I n-off is scheduled for Tues-
! 1, which coincides with
1 Festival of Sukkotha Jew-
Is .. iliday." The call reads:
While we are dismayed that
the primaries run-off was sched-
uled in a Jewish holiday, pre-
ng large numbers of our citi-
zens from voting, it is too late to
have this date changed for this
year. We therefore call upon the
Jewish community to take ad-
vantage of the absentee ballots
at the locations listed below.
' It is me moral obligation, as
well as the sacred opportunity
of every citizen to vote. It is in
keeping with the highest ideals
of Judaism to take part in the
democratic processes of choosing
those who will help govern our
community.
"The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami calls upon those
authorities who are charged with
the res;>onsibility of establishing
Election dates to respect the re-
ligious sensitivities of all faiths
anl to take all possible meas-
ures ti> avoid such conflicts in
the future."
Rabbi Kingsley stated that a
ten-year calendar of Jewish holi-
days which was assembled by the
^Rabbinical Association and pub- .
lished by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation is being for-
warded to all state and local
officials with the request that
these dates be avoided for future
elections.
He further stated that the
BEEF SALAMI
Corned Beef,
Pastrami, Salami,
Bologna, Tongue,
Knockwurst and
Frankfurters.
KOSHER
ZrON
5511 North Ktdiie Avenue
SAUSAGE COMPANY Of CHICAGO
i Ch.cifO. Illinoll 60625 PKMt: (312) 738-2208
Hadassah Gi
1 a Ion is eating
' bl of Flo Ida, re-
i '
ci n ,,c ;ants to t| sen-
let- baJots ; toced re an I l i vote
'"" tl candidates of their
choic .
I .1 lots may I c obtaine I at the
v.v 11th
from 0:00 a.m. 9:00 p.m,
will ah be aval
11 5:00 p.m. at the
Citizens rnfori lation Center,
VK. 1865 NK 167th St.; North
ia i c it. Hall, 776 \K 125th
St.; North Miami Reach City
Hall, 17011 NK L9th Ave.; South
Shore Community Center, 833
6th St.. Miami Beach; Miami
Beach City Hall, 1130 Washing-
ton Ave.; Citizens Information
Center, N.W., 4505 N\V 183rd
St.; Hialeah Adult Community
Center, 20 W. 6th St.; Dade
County Courthouse, 73 W. Flag-
ler St.; Election Board, 1400 Bis-
cayne Blvd.; Citizens Informa-
tion Center, West, 51 SW
24th St.; Coral Gables City Hall,
405 Biltmore Way; South Miami
City Hall, 6130 Sunset Dr., and
South Dade Government Center,
10710 SW 211th St.
Opti-Mrs. Club
Champagne Lunch
The Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami
Beach champagne brunch Tues-
day noon at the Oliver House,
will serve as a get acquainted
party for prospective members.
Main project for the group is
maintaining scholarships for
emotionally disturbed children,
several of whom will present
some of their handicrafts to the
women.
Also on the program are guest
speakers, A. J. Montanari of the
Montanari Clinical School in
Hialeah, and Dr. Joni Grant of
the Grant School in South Mi-
ami.
Membership chairman is Mrs.
Jack Segal; president of the club
is Mrs. William Carmel.
rroup
Meetings Set
Ten Miartii Beach Chapter oi
cheduled
s in the con ing we k
i'rlton rowei > Group will mi el
In the !., noon
[is. H tnnah Winawer pre-
sii ing.
Tucker Group will
n Sunda Se] t. 29,
al the ("oasl ,

i he Royal Maccabees Group
"'HI meet al 7 p.m. Monday.
'. 3'. In the auditorium of
' Financial Federal, 755 Wash-
ington Ave.. Miami Beach. Clara
Landy will preside; entertain-
ment will be provided by Kaye
Engleman,
The Israeli Group will meet at
the Algiers Hotel Thursday noon,
Oct. 10. Esther Mayer will pre-
side; program will include a'
singalong.
Brandeis Group, Miami Beach]
Chapter of Hadassah, was to,
meet Thursday noon at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel. Guest speaker'
Zelda Thau. Mrs. Irving Spear
presiding.
Souihgate Group will meet
Monday at 7 p.m. in the Terrace
Room, North Building. Dolly
Kramer and Nata Utal will en-
tertain. Shirley L. Rosenberg
presiding.
Triton Towers Group will meet
Tuesday noon in the Recreation
Room. Hannah Winower presid
ing.
Haim Yasky Group will meet
Thursday, Oct. 3, at Byron Hall
Bertha Kohansov presiding.
Hanna Senesch Group will
meet Monday, Oct 7, at the Al-
giers Hotel. Inez Townsend pre-
siding.
Herzl Group will meet at noon
Monday, Oct. 7, at the Tarleten
Hotel. Sara Helfand will presen"
a book review. Mrs. John Speas
presiding.
Retirees Union Meeting
A regular monthly member-
ship meeting will be held by
Retirees of New York District
65 Tuesday at the American
Savings and Loan Assn., 120T
Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. The
South Florida Retirees local
union meets promptly at 1 p.m.,
according to Anne Goldberg, sec-
retary. David Livingston is pres-
ident.
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SUSAN, LEON, AND RACHELLf GROSS
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4. Inexperienced teachers who cannot copewith your child's innate curiosity.
5. Soaring educational costs that drain hard earned savings you need for
your child's future.
ONE SOLUTION:
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Friday, September 20, 1974
District 5 B'nai B'rith President Singles' Discotheque Deuce
To Address South Florida Seminar
Dr. A. J. Ki a\ ti:. nt ol
Districi Five, B'nai B'rith. in-
cluding the sta [aryland.
v.: ginia N S th Caro-
lina, Georgia, F . Dial
main speaker at the
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Inn
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the
Br
ith a
tend
the
-
the B'nai B'rit! I

K tin has .. B -
I'l -..'.
m.:
th; S
War II. he was a Captain
in ;'.; CMei ol
Pe : Section, .'.19th Station
J I spital. Bremerhaveo, Ger-
many.
A past president i>f the
Georgia State Association of
B'nai Biith Lodges and past
vice president. District Grand
Loti^e No. Five. B'nai B'rith.
1971-197-!. Dr. Kravtin is inter-
ested in a strong religious and
youth program in B'nai B'rith.
Sponsors of the Seminar are
Kiorida State Association of
IVr.ai B'rith l>Higcs. Iia H. Catz.
president; Sou'h Florida Council
of B'nai B'lith Lodges. Fred
ler. president; Broward -
h Council of B'nai
B'rith Lodges, Harry- Cohen.
The Young Professionals &
Professional* II. serving Dadi
Bnward Counry
J -. 30- ar.d 40'J
are coipansoriiuj a diicor-
dance ar fl
'
rd and 5tli
SHIRLEY AND LEON BERNARD,
RONNIE AND FREDRIC BERNARD,
MARIA AND DAVID BERNARD '
WISH THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Off. A. J. VIAVTIH
president: South Florida Exec ;-
n\e board, B'nai B'rith Four
tion. Samuel Fascoe. chairman
and Wiliiam Rabins, cochairmar..
Consultants are Col. Phil C
hen. Regional Director Lt '
Sen ires, and Edward Tuma.
Regional Director, B'nai BTrith
Foundation.
Malcolm Fromberg. sec m I
\a- ;:esiient. District Five.
B'nai B'rith, and Ira Catr. Flor.
iiia State President, will m
e:-ate the leadership rliii iiadimi
Mai Feigeles. William Rabins
Samuel Pascoe. Edward Tuma-
will serve as a panel for the
itj n s n inar.
Happy Nev/fear!
Richard
KANNER
Candidate
for Circuit
Court Judge
Group 15
Paid for by the Co~~ ::ee to Elect Richa'd Kanner. Lewis Kanner, Treasurer
O '
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Harvest o
'uccoth Dishes!
BY ESTHER FEINBERG
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of the recipes we've reaped from our readers. The makers o' HELLM ANN'S*
and BEST foodss Real Mayonnaise* hope >ou enjoy them
"BLIMP'
12 ha-d cooked eggs, peeled 3rd
chopped
1 '2 cup ''ne'y chapped celery
1,3 CD rE'.-'-UNNSorBESTFODrS
Rea. Mayonnaise
1/2 teaspoon
1 jar(4oz)blacKCu. ar (domestic)
1 cup da'"{ sour cream
y together eggs, eatery, Real Mayon-
-ae and salt Lineal-quart bo* with
p'astir and pack with e
'' a'-c eti | 2 hours
QOMOM ser, Remove Hot
Sp'ead surface evetl> with ca. & then
sour cream Oi about 30 m --
Litea Ga'nis- wn- ra's red
Serve witn asso.tec crackers Makes
aoojt 3 cups.
Sub ~.ned by:
Mrs Gertrude Haberman
Bronx. New York
SWEET POTATO SALAD
1/4 cup NEUMANN'S c BEST FC::S
Real Mayonnaise
2 tablespoons lemon juice
2 teaspoons sugar
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 cups cubed, cooked sweet potato
1 cup diced celery
1 cup chopped apple
1 '3 cup chopped nuts
SUr together in large bowl Real Mayon-
naise, lemon ju.ee. sugar and salt Add
potato, celery, apple and nuts: toes un-
til vegetables are coated ChiM Makes
4 cups Serve on lettuce leaves, if
desired.
Submitted by:
Sytvia A Novitt
Wa.-tagh New York
SPECIAL POTATO SALAD
7 cups (hot or cold) cooKed, diced
pota-:
- hXLLMANN 5 V BEST -CODS
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1 c.c fine shredded green
2/2 pec :-ee- cee-
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1/2 cup .s
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1/2 tear:
1/4 teaspoon perre'
1/4 teaspoon dry -.s-a-:
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Makes 8 cups.
Submitted by.
Mrs. Lc^ Harr s
Brooklyn. New York
SMOKED SALMON EGG SALAD
6 ra-d cocked eggs, finely chopped
4 e.~;es smoked salmon, cut up
4 medium oVi pickles, shredded
1/2 Cup HELLWASS Sof BES" rC:;3
Real Mayonnaise
1 tablespoon neh/ chopped pars'ey
1 teaspoon prepared mustard
1 /4 teaspoon sugar
Toss together eggs, salmon and pickle.
Add Rea: Mayonnaise, parsley, mus-
tard and sugar, stir _T:I well mixed.
Chill Serve on party rye or crac*ers.
Makes 2 1 /2 cups.
Submitted by:
Else Lewertoff
Tel Aviv. Israel
BAKED TUNA ROLLS
2 ca^s 7 02 ea:h) tuna, drained
a-d caked
I cup I ~ y cr-opped celery
1 '2cup :-.-pped green pepper
4 cup -ely chopped onion
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6:a
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scrape seme crumbs out of center \ea\ -
11-ineh rim a'ound edge? F
- tuna ~ dura. Cover
with too half Wrap each roll in 12 x 12-
-:- square of aluminum 'oil Bake -
n 40 minutes or until hea:ec
through Makes 6 servings.
S.jaestion- Onion rolls may be used
instead o! p.am, if desired.
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Forest H us, New York

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Friday, September 20, 1974
*Jm>MfhrirmM)
AT LANDOW YESHIVA CENTER
Yeshiva Gedolah, Mashgiach
Will Be Honored Saturday
The eighth annual Shabbos The Luhavitrher Rebbe Rabbi
Melcvi Malka of the Meftachftm W. Schrieerson in
Landow Yeshiva Center, Oholei talking about the school to Mel-
vin S. Landow, its main bene-
factor, Joseph Margulius, after
whom the Yeshiva Gedolah is
named, and others, said I
Miami will be 'a pilot pi
eel to involve Torah Yiddish-
keit for all of America,
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i e Torah will reverberate to
all corners of the earth."
1 honored Saturday night
I be Rabl-i Yehuda Leb
ipiro, Rosh Yeshivah of the
' ivah Godolah who is a well
known scholar and author in
Rabbinical and Talmudic sub-
.'"'< ts, and Rabbi Leizer Teitel-
Mashgiach, administrator
e Yeshivah Gedolah. Rabbi
baum was a well known
i'i I inic instructor of one of the
Ycshivas up north.
"A large crowd is expected to
licipate in this historic
boos Shuva Night" between
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
whore Jews the world over are
praying, asking G-d for a new influx of Torah in our commit-
year, and we are celebrating tne nity," said Rabbi Lipskar.
The Religious Zionists of America
MEZRACHI-HAPOEL H'MEZRACHI
Wishes to Members and their Families
and to all of the Jewish Community
of Greater Miami
A HAPPY, HEALTHY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
RABBI SHELDON EVER
President
JACK HORWITZ
Chairman of the Board
KABBI YEHUDA LtB SCHAP'RO
. ill be held Satur-
d the new Landow
nter, li H Alton Rd.,
... h.
;- .. si time the eighth-
oi is able to hold
in its own facility
; t the $2.2 million build-
ing I n completed.
n1 also marks the first
. the i rtablishment
shiva Gedolah of Great-
e: Mia ni Rabbinical College.
ago the Lubavitcher
Menachem M.
sent 11 emissaries
eater Miami area to
esl ... a Rabbinical College.
". : notion was not only an
iment in rabbinic
dination, but to
liami a Torah
nity, to serve as
.: for Central and
South lea as well as South-
i States.
The y< ing men have made a
pact on the corn-
in it only in the immed-
iate ares bringing a spirit of
all of their neighbors,
5, visiting hospitals, put-
- n phylacteries with people,
iting articles of religious
interest but they also em-'
barked on a special trip to Cen-
tra! and South America and the
entire State of Florida to spread !
the spirit of Judaism and Jewish
education. The young men, who
spent four weeks each in Pan-
ama. Caracas and all of Florida,
taught in the school system.
The influence of these stu-
dents has touched off a way of
Torah involvement that had
"ever been felt in the history of
Miami," says Rabbi Sholom D.
Lipskar. 'All of a sudden young
People are moving into the
Greater Miami area from other
"ties and settling with their
families. Miami will not only be
I known as the fun capital of the
| wrld, but also the Torah Center
oi America and the World,"
fobbi Lipskar, Dean of the Cen-
ter. added.
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Friday, September 20, 1974,
Israel Philharmonic \^ ill
Feature Tucker As Soloist
Susan F. Kurtz Becomes Bride Of
Robert Harris In Aug. SO Rites

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Tb Israel Philharmonic Orchestra pictured above is under
the direction of Zubis Mehta. conductor. Photos below show
concerts ct the orchestra's permanent home, the Fredric R.
Mann Auditorium in Tel Aviv, and somewhere in the desert
during the Sinai campaign oi 1S57 comprised oi Zahal soldiers.
Kamier Seeking
Circuit Court
Judge's- Seal
Kan
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the retirer.*nt x -' -< **
Falk m a special- ere w '
Tuesday. Oc
A native of Miami the *j
year-oki Kanner is ^j_-i
a family which inu-* **3j
ber of respected Jwte* ^
torneys. He gra.iua- "-
Un.vers.ty of j J<*** ,
Schoo] and has. bee? V-'^A
inr Mb] attorney lot
In, peraonaPj *rSi^Xqmtaf\
before the Ftorii. 3*^
Court, the VS. d-** *
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Iflft September 20, 1974
+Jewlsti fUrktiar
Page 9-B
B
lomelle Weinkle,
fathan A. Tarler
Plan To Marry
lewton v.ein-
. B .i 'ii
i i | their I
Erney, to Nathan
n ol Mr. and Mrs,
.. Holl WO" :.
. each Senioi High
IC Univei il :
e she rec ive! a
. Miami
School ol
. her Eai !y Child-
rtificati i
i 'niversitj I <.-
..... i mplo>Tnent with-
unty School ; s-
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who c ei :
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Foi ce i1
e ise .:;: 83
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L'nlvei aitj
k' Idle Tenrv
tat it-, where he re-
p ee in but
le in th
A. gram at the
lans to be tnar-
fllins-
Ions
Beach ORT Chapter
bob Meeting
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To
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-n will be served in
i Ri
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. the Fm
Police Traktman,
' e Region," '.:i
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those who fell in
THEYOMKIPPURWAR
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ENROLL AT YOUR SYNAGOGUE APPEAL
SHOMREII ISRAEL
BY LENDING ISRAEL A MONTH'S INCOME
OR A MINIMUM OF $1,000 THROUGH
STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS
For prospectus: 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
ROBERT L. SIEGEL
General Campaign Chairman
LEONARD LURIA
Chairman, Advisory Committee
SIDNEY POLAND
Shomrei Yisrael Chairman
MILTON M. PARSON
Executive Director


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Friday. Septerr.^-

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Friday, September 20. 1974
* ImmIcA florid for
Page li-B
Las Vegas Night Planned Oet. 13 By City Of Hope
City of Hoj>e's Southeastern p.m. Sunday, Oet 13. Hundred!
egion Council (twelve chap- of prizes will be given I i
,,.", wiH hold a "Night in Las l.'JW i-eisoua are expected to
K e Governors.^u^ $*#!. ^ f, Mliantte HJl'lM 'Ii"iiljlil lll"i
i,,- Fort l.au.leidp.ie at I ,-,i tmm t;-is r.e of th
entertaining evening wall he
to help pa ::ie latest
and ncv.est cancer machine, the
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
I DWARD B. TAIT
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS TO ALL
BURGER
KING
BURGER KING CORPORATION
7360 North Kendall Drive
Miami 33156
A Happy Rosh Hashona To AH
EL CRISTAL
IGLASS & MIRROR
3090 WEST 16th AVENUE
HIALEAH 33012
)esr
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V/uU fy, *A sJ(*Ppy JVew %
ctir
Rodriguez
Villarreal School
4286 PALM AVENUE
HIALEAH 33012
v ea, '..i- a,...:. i i incer,
ii ea
i
em it has ; .
' '
lo.ts, ten ti I
. ioi ,

: ..... il Its
. .
le City I,
and
i atients in the past year.
The pi blic is Invit ., t atl I
this fund-raising event. Call the
1 a., >,i Hope office foi ti
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MR. AND MRS. EUGENE J. WEISS
AND FAMILY
No. 3 'stand Avenue, Belle Isle
Holiday Greetings Fron
aon, Fred and David Bernard
A & A SIGNS INC.
SIGNS
. Show Cardi .
Window Letter,ng Our Specialty
Metal. Gold L^af. Walla, Trucks
1743 S.W. 8th STREET
J43-1751 MIAMI
BARNARD
NUT CO.. INC.
113 N.W. 36th STREET
PL 9-5845
BEST WASHES AND
A Hfioo.' New Year To All

4807 EAST 10th LANE
HJALEAH 33012
IVisLs %H ^4
prosperous ^tiki
kT
ELECTRIC,
INC.
P.O. BOX 183
MARATHON 33050
BEST WISHES FOR A
PEACEFUL HOLIDAY


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Frkk
Seo-e~i,
- -- ij
Brotherhood fj
Hold Br, akfa*
Forum & pt 21
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These women have pledged to become Immas of the
Hebrew Academy Women during the new veer, according
to Mrs. Leonard Adler, president. From left, axe -front row'
Mrs Sam Rosenberg, Mrs. Rose Ehrenreich, Mrs. Molly-
Cohen. Mrs. Betty Folk and Mrs. Edith Friedmann; .beck
row Mrs. Malvin Englander, Mrs. Abe Isaacson, Mrs.
Bess:e Giuck, Mrs. Ethel Curshor., Mrs. Louis Dublin. Mrs.
Sally Gcidhersh. Mrs. Fanny Gulden and Mrs. Clara Korea.
The Hebrew Academy Women support the building fund
end scholarship programs of the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy.
F.. ]
-
Sch.;:
B?r.on I
Temple I
E
Sanes. pre?:^-
A-
Increaee- ,r
forced a eten
char;? Non-ox
pay the un]
members will >. m
admission
The New Year ii fe
for Ukmz stock :'. oneself'
one's ideas T-- syugoft
survival as a ret ml
troubled world .5 an imp
topic, and rarioui !in
thought are importaat to
discussion.- said Mr Sum.
Bank Of Miami Beach Introduces
Free Checking Accounts For Seniors
The Bank of Miami Beach an-
nounced Wednesday that it is
;ntroducing effective Thurs-
tayfree checking accounts for
all persons 60 years of age or
oider.
Jaime E. Pino, president of
the Bank of Miami Beach, said
the new service for senior citi-
zens embraces no minimum bal-
ance, no service charges %nd un-
"imited free checks.
The Bank of Miami Beach, lo-
cated in its own building at 930
"A'ashington Ave_ is the first fi-
nancial institution in Miami
3each to introduce unlimite-1
free checking. Pino said.
With more than $50 million in
assets, the Bank of Miami Beach
:s a member of the Federal De-
posit Insurance Corporation.
*ith uviividnal accounts insured
up to 00.000.
Pino said the bank is intro-
ducing the program "as an ad-
htional service to senior citizens
who make up a significant por-
tion of the population and are a
Red Cros* Offers
Transportation
To Aged. Infirni
A new and Efferent Red
Cross transportation service re-
sumed this week. Fifty-five fire-
men representing 16 Miami Fire
Department units have gener-
ously volunteered as drivers dur-
ing their off-duty hours.
Through the cooperation of
Deputy Chief Herman W Brace
and Richard Baker. Firefighter,
presides* of the Firemen's Be
mi vital Association all have re-
ceived Red Crow orientation
pfcjs instruction in first aid and
.iefensive driving
Red Cross b now accepting
requests for transportation. Call
?.ed Cross Headquarters. 576-
W00. or any of five convenient
branch offices in Dade County.
The service at open to military
and veterans' families, the aged.
ill or infirm. Eligibility a based
on inability to afford or obtain
traasportatioa to local sedkal
facilities, hospitals, clinics and
doctors' offices, for necessary
treatment.
ive economic factor in Mi-
ami Beach ."
Present depositors in the Bank
of Miami Beach are eligible for
the new fre* checking accounts
Pino stressed.
The Bank of Miami Beach has
growr. steadily in recent years,
and will announce a complete in-
ternational banking department
later this month.
Kendale Stote Bonk Gives
Something For Nothing'
^*ate xsanic s corpo-
rate imaee received a face .:'.:
recer" > Boden-
bamer *r Hat Hj > ao agen-
fw> company ioso
The bank, '.ocated at X> 99
I "-- a issn .auncrjed a
" Something for Nothing" cam-
aaagB to thank NLamians for its.
cot ding tj Conrad R.
Barlow, vice president and cash-
ier
VIC POTAMKIN
CHEVROLET
540 Alton Road Miami Beach
?hone 661-5831
VIC POTAMKIN NAT POTAMKIN
3cST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ATTACHE MOTEL
2711 SOUTH OCEAN MUVE
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA

A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
BEATRICE LA YERNE
DANCE STUDIO
ENROLL NOW!
1017 96th Street Bay Harbor Wand
PHONt UNA-5*75
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETTUGS
JACK SJtVW
MtOOSJCY
Sol and Eleanor
ROSENKRANZ
WISH TO OUR RELATIVES
AND FRIENDS
A HEALTHY AND
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BLACK ANGUS
RESTAURANTS & LOUNGES
i van hoe *-*-
Nrndmud Hebreic-hraeli
Gift Center Celebrates
Its 36th Anniversary
The National Hebrew-Israeli Gift Center, be of M Wa*l
ingtor. Am, Miami Beach, specializing tn IMsjtea 3*0*1 I
Israeli Giftware. a celebrating its 36th anniverwr-
The firm, which is nationally famous, was tuW*s< *|
Samuel Silvern-van, and his late father of blesse-J ^erwry *j
Chicago In 1960. Mr. and Mrs. Sirverman moved ate*
to New York City, where they enlarged and
isfjst
seilinsj Israeli products and Reugwus Articles B St?'?r*d 0
Shops and Synagogues throughout tae t'-3- aad Osnate
In 190& hey purchased the weU-known Bexa> B**
Store, and ba*e devekiped the store into the iea- %' Nj5fl^
te type in the entire Southeast.
RecenUy Mr. and Mrs Silverman. who are aft*
and distributors of Israeli goods, again visited H
they purchased many new and unusual items They
65-3511
selves on having the most unique, different nan --
merchandise available from Israel
They specialize in Takasexn, Bar Mitzvah sets.
zonm. 14kt and Sterling. Israel and Domestic efc*
etc as efl as the latest Israeli Yiddish, and 0,*^
ords ana tapes. For the high Hobday season. Ite) rjl 0
have KitUen. Esrogirn and Luiavim, Simchas Iteal
Dec-orations etc ji
Mr and Mrs. Sirverman wnukt at this time. --; ^. Lc*|
best wishes to all the Raheas. Cantors and the-' "^-^J
Coogregataoos and testerhooda. and the entire te""8 "
everywhere (or a year of Health. Happiness and Peace.


Eav.
September 20, 1974
+JenHr Fkri&farj
Page 13-B
Stone Seeks Solution To
oblcms, Absolute Integrity
';
of State Richard
4."). candidate for
! quickly estab-
[ upon entering
I a believer in
I blems, in open
T I uent, and ab-
ty.
king solutions,
I difficult situa-
I n< arly four
State Cabinet.
Associated Press to
I as "a bridge
rs."
L g been a major
i United Jewish
.. the combined
J d Israel Emer
......Miani/cr and
I guest of
rnment in !!::>.
.: by : :
ivernmental
Tempi'
I manu-El
Israel in
-
fgsfo
obtain a
ie in Tail-i-
meri ber of the
I .' Greater
if the American
. i
ipient of the
of Jewish Na-
[ : America and of
' Friendship
[ j o: rican Mizrachi
[ -i f| lobbied the
| lal delegation
psHifii So\ iet govern-
[ immigration
iet Union re-
; to emigrate
\'.- o-Jtrttlfs 'SU'v asumins
S-ate of
1971, Mr,
I I'nai B'rith 'ii
\ ertis ments
or lined n i
/.Mtbry to Jews.
r': S ^father, Alfred
1 V jMiami Beach
'. I >! as vice
i Bmanu-El:
I- construction
the"temple, and is
i of its board
rmer member
-- *J5xQ
RICHARD STON1
0 i nizat ion i
lent
trict, he is
a m rr.bei I I li.B ritli an I
has : irman
..! Ihe i ifen ne'e of
( hrist Ji-v.-. of PJr later
Mia ni,
The lidal mother, Lily
Stoi er as pr isident
i f the Hi bn r Academj if Wom-
en, and i- a member of the board
of Temple EmaBU-El Sisterhood:
coordinator of American \1
racri Women, Florida Region:
national vice president of Ajner-
iean Mizrachi Women: member
of the National Council of Jew-
ish Women: -member of the
Executive Committee. Zionist
Federation of America, Florida
Region; and is a r < ipient of the
Jerusalem Peace Award.
Choi Chnpf&yflfti!h Trinun!
Installation Luncheon Sst
Chal chapter, B'nal B'rith
Women, will brtd Its 18th lunch-
eon in stallation ;ii noon Sunday
in the Delano-Jlotel. 1685 Collins
Ave. ''
An outstanding musical pro-
Les Wagn
- pi-esented.
rperson.
Eleanor Schockett
Candidate For
Group 11 Seat
Eleanor Schockett, a Dade
ity resident tor the past 15
.wars. 11 of which bave
spent as ;i practicing attorney, Is
a candidate for the Group 11
s< al on the Circuit I lourt in the
I ct. i special election.
A native of Mil I Ms.
km attended the Univer-
ol ( olorado and obt i id
ee /'i the Ui
il Ala na, w h ire he was
P! i Beta Kappa and list d In
W i in \' erican Col-
nivn ities." She was
top 20 i enl of her
ii Law
(d her
1 i
dent of the

Hon., !\ s. Si iocI etl is a
i
i and a
i mem-
erican B icial I
lation "
Lawyers, ade Coun-
',-.-. i i .
Nation i! Associa I; in ol i'
,] | official
a Omani; ation ol Worn ;i
and the American Urban l i
[ am a ] ?on who will brii
new : ei -; ecti' e to the judicial
systi ni." says Ms. Schockett.
"This new perspective i< a re-
turn to the basic law of fairness
and evaluation. There is no
for prejudice, weakness,
>y or personal bias in a
i tx>m.",
LEGAL NOTICE
IN "IHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 71.6084
J. CWYNN PARKER
in RE: Estate -,r
I'illl IP KUHN
d i,. Bed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All C llloi and .',11 Permit Ha'
oi I im> id \. ..i Said
i
You an hereby notified and reaulr-
'I i" uicm ui .in, laim* ni
v. hlt'li u may ]
tate of PHIIII ...
i l lade i '.-ini i. i
i 'Ircull Ju
ami
provided In Si i
Sl.tluti In thell ffleei Ihe I
Ol
four c-alei
U:e ..... of the fii
' >ai '
i i' la. i :.- ISth
.... mlier, i.
HAH ':i IN(l
A i ICE I KK /.
i
II of il,,
.
BHAPIO FRIED, VVKIL & SCH
I i p of
r.HAP.RO. FRIED. WEIL & SCHEER
I'7 I ..' Ri art, Miai
l .
9 21 T
J

Bar Mitzvah
Men* Zsmec. lotiis Coin
"fetilN Morgan
rjabbat Shiivan services at
"P-* Sinai of North Dade
furflsy. s..pf. 21. will include
J*l Mitzvah'of Evan, son of
a. Mrs: David Morgan.
* .- Xt
LOLls CALMENSON
oai>-kv. son: of.-Mr. and Mrs.
"W'i rtlmeoion, will become
"itzvali Saturday morning.
E at Young Israel of
r"^ tf an ej^th grade stu-
P'-at Attucks Middle School,
f- and Mrs. Calnienson will
C2-!he K'ddush in his honor
prtrtn? the' sVrVic-es at The
prald Hills Country Club, and
a rerepUon *f their home
x [] Father. Mrs. Sara Wagner
|Hazleton pa
.' "^" V >"a
yniVEt/M^NCARZ
naet Heno. son of Mr. and
t; ,saac Mon'earz, will become
injon Michael Moticart
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday,, Sept.
21, at Temple Einanii-El.
Michael is an eighth grade
student in Ponce dc Leon Junior
High School. Coral Cables. He
has twice won spelling bees.
The celebrant will be honored
with a reception in the Friedland
Ballroom of Temple Emanu-,
El. His grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Josef S'^singer and Mr. and
Mrs. Aron Moncarz, will attend
the event.
# ALBERTO ZAMBK
Alberto, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Miguel Zamek. .wiil become a
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Menorah.
Saturday morning. Sept. 21.
Alberto is a student at Nauti
lus Junior High School, where he
is in the eighth grade.
There will be a Kiddush fol-
lowing services in Temple
Menr>rah Social HSU and the
celebrant will be honored with a
reception and dinner at the Eden
Roc Hotel.
oc Gersten Calls
For Elimination
Of Fuel Surcharge
Joe Gersten who faces a
run ofl Oct. i for the Dejnocratl i
n imination for the I 'istrl i 103
Seat called this week for the
legislature t> take "positive ac-
tion" on the economy as its
major goal.
Gersten, who led the ballol
ppainst three opponents in last
Tuesday's first primary, said
jtha'l "economic measures" should
be "prei q lis'tes" for the next
mi of the Florida Legisla-
ture.
plans to introduce legisla-
to reduce the size of the
lature and demand reform
of the Public Service Corpmi*-
Fion an I legislation to elhr.int3
the fuel surcharge currently be-
Ins. ch ir ed by the pow com-
panies.
Gersten also called for solu-
tions to the mass transit problem
t pr ii Id nuch needed jobs"
and "to end the mess on the
highways.'"
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
FRANK B. DOWLING
PROSATE NO. 74.4737
In RK: I. Hi "f
JC IE l\ t.M IFF ,i .. .i
J' ISEPH KAXI IFF
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
';'.. All CM '
l'. tnandi .\i'.. Insl Sa '
R
Vou otlfl.....I eaulr-
ii I don
W h |, 1 \ < II lui' h .i: i I, I .
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fi<., e Couni t'ourthouxi n
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pui i I f .
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I-.
:. A.D., 1974
Jl >SK1 II St'HMIKH
' .n
I mr.... of tl .i
utcmber, :"T4.
JOSEPH SCHSIIER
Attornp) for i-.-i.im-- of Joi K
i.i ; -, ,
Miami
' V
ELEVEN TH JUDICI L T
CF FI.OMDA IN AND FOR
COU NTV
PRCC 'TE DIV 'ION
"ROE* .XANTONI
I
Ii
, .1
f 01 CE TO CREDITORS
'I".. All Cn md All P ..- H .,-
. :
.
..i.
l i" |,ri in an; m, i -

IOSEFH
e of Dade I
l,
....
- .
. in thi .
intv, Plor-
fot r months from
il tlm< ol tin fin i nulillcatlon hera.
f :> i. i i :...pred.
Filed .ii m P ll
: S,-|ii. mi.i -. A.D
.',11..: ii. V
for I '-'I: IP
Firsl mil ii. al Ion of thi* nol
l h i :ii 11 ..... pi .'.
P 11 -
ir Estate
es Building, Miami. Fla.
NOTICE UNDER
F'CTITIOUS NAME LAV/
X'lTli'i' '.- HERKB' CJP EN thai
,i.
I i: LM r thl til ii
S S i! a- Sup : Co al inSS
,\ ; ih .- III Ida. In
I i p with the
i .. Court ol
Count>. I-"!.'i 1*1
-. IVV.VER
ri lil 0 li.-cL
\,.. i.i \:i,. 'an<
i on.27 in 4-n
IN THE C'RCL-IT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOPIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COL'NTv
PROBATE C'VIS:ON
PROBATE NO. 74-5874
JOSEPH NESQITT
In RE: I'M;.I.- "1"
i HARI I.S R" iSEXOARTEN
is.-il
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All rn-iiii. r ai 1 Person* Hav-
Mi .i \m* or I lemands Aicalni l
E
y..ii .... hi by notlfii d and reoulr-
; and demands
, in.-h vou mas i the es-
tate of fHAKl.ES ROSENC1ARTEN
l late of Dade 'ounl > Florida.
-,. ihi .' 'I lad i < 'miiiiv.
he i: i t ,: in 'iin I and as
rov ... ,l In Sec-tloi 731 Id Florida
. .. i, ... es In the i
. ... in ,]-, in l lade i 'ounl v. Flor.
Ida. within four call i rtar montl
iin time of the first nublication here-
. nr tl will !" bai i i
Fib i al VI ami, PI rlda tl
hi r. A I' 1974.
I.II.I i.vx s Ri ISEN'GARTEX
v ^ I',, in. r
Plrst publication of tl lire on
ihe las ber. 1974
. \R( '\ M K INNER
tor i:.\.. uti r
. i Cltj Katloital !;.iiik I'.uihliinr
.. 20-27
IN THI Cll II COURT OF THF.
ELE .- '. JUDICIAL C.RCUIT
OF Fl IN AND FOiH
C ADE COUNTY
PROBATE Dli/ISION
PhOi
J : ARK El"! I
of
i, I ..
NOTCE TO CREDITORS
, ,.,,' All 1 'I -
. i. Demands A:-, .r .<.. '.
i
r nol nd rcaulr-
.... .. .
jack ::'si- vhero, di -
; >adi '' unty, Floi
... f Dade "ounl y,
. ,:i Ii dui Hi no nn'l an
. ., n Florida
the i 'oun-
ty i mi'-; "ii in I lade i 'ounts. P
u i.i ii i.ii.11- montha
from ihi iiim of the first publication
In me will I irred
Filed al M ami, Florida, this Mh
da A III ii- i. A D 1974
RC1X BERC1EK
A: ..in Inlslri
! rat pu of thli notice "ii
Iin -.'i :|i il: \ Si I'll ml., r. 19" I.
I < -I IS I.EVINE
Vtioi .. Vdmlnlsl ratrlx
. I ii.. ..|n Road, Miami I'a-ai h.
Fli rida
'i i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF.
fcULV ti^. H J'-DICIAL CIKCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
HADE COUNTY
PRC BATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74.5930
J. GWYNN PARKER
RE: 1
i; .! l\ EI.NER
'"nOt'iCE TO CREDITORS '
, nd All Pel Bay-
da m or I- in..mi- lualiii I Said
Yi.ii are hereby notified and n wir-
ed i" pi -1'"1 ''' '"....."
uhi. n \~u maj have aaralnal the i
i;i i:k .1 w BINER, di -
of p ii, 'ounty. Florida.
in ih. Circuil Judges of Dad, County.
B,id fill ame in duplii-aie and
,,ros Ided In Section 733 16, Flprlda
Statutes, In their offices In the Coun-
,. courthousi in Dade County. Flor-
ida within four calendar months
from the time of thi- Oral publication
i eri of. or the same ill be barred.
Filed al Miami, Florida, thla '-">
daj "l S ii A.D.. 1974.
MARVIN H WEINER
a- Executor
r'lrai pii Id ..... of ihi-- notice ">i
I Mm ol September, 1974.
LEON A EPSTEIN
\ Ii..'" '
120 l Inooln
Mb......U-ach. Florida J8139 ^
, THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUC'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-5540
WII.UAm'cLIFFORD HORNB. Sit.
i!-...i;.: NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Perapn Hay-
na Claims or Demanda Axalnat Bald
You are hereby notified and reaulr-
cl to present any clafms and demai -
which vou mnv have jibhiiiM i-v --
,.,. of Will IA.M Cl II-I- Ol '
HORNE sl'.. deceased late of Dade
I'uuini Florida, to the Circuil Judaea
, r pade County, and file the *ame in
dunPVate and as provided in SecUon
7 ic Florida Statutes, In their of-
fleen in the C. i;nty Courthouse "
Dade County. Florida. nhm four
calendar months fn m the time of the
iii-i nub'lci '! hereof, or the same
will be barred. .
Piled ai Miami. Florida, this i"th
a ,, ( sei tembei. ah l?*i
im MARY N. HORNE
As Executrix
First publication Of this notire on
ln, .h das of Si "! mber. 1974.
PH J. GERSTEN
Aiii'i'i v i" Bxecutrix
i lardi Hi ad
Plorldal j/20_27
co.vstructive service
|no ph.1pertyi
in the Circuit court of the
eleventh jud'cial circuit
of florida in and for
dade county
civ'l action no. 74.96539
in re: the marjuaoe of:
!l VROl l< T. BAMBRICK. JR.
and
EDNA MAY BAMBRICK
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: EDNA .MAY BAMBRICK
:;i> Willow Court
\'. di:.:- Broofc \'iilaK*'
Elkton, Maryland
VOU AI.K HEREBY NOTIFIED
I ha I an ic'tHon for Dissolution of
Marrlnfte has been fii-ii attains) you
nd >- u are repulred to serve a copy
f vour writ tell defenses, if any. to it
a FREDERICK B, SPIEGEL, attor-
ney for l'oiith.nii. whose address is
IHI X\V ISili' Avenuo. Miami. Florida
'"Ifg and rile the original with the
rlerk of the-ahovi' styled court on "i
before October -.>. 1974: otharwlae a
default "ill in entered alralnsl vou
for the relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition.
Tins notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said eonrt at Miami. Florida on
Lhli 16th (lav ol Sept 1*74.
lUt'HAUD P. BRINKSR
a i'ierk. Circuit Court
Daiie County. Rorlda
By A. D a in:
As Deputy i"lerk
fClrcu Si all
i, B Splea' I. Eso.
' i N\v 2th Av< i.m
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
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IN THF C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-5001
JUDGE BLANTON
[15 | late
Cl A I'A BRYANT
ih cm a-i-il.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To .Ml Creditors and All Persons Ha
'.-ins in Demands Aaalnst s id
Estate: ,
, ,.,i are heri b> i otlfled and reaulr-
ii to pr< si in ans claims and demands
which you may have aaalnsl the es-
tate .1 Cl aka BRYANT, deceas-
ed late o* Dmie County, Florida
to the Circuit Judaea ol Dade County.
and file the -ame in duplicate ami -
,'.,i in Section 738.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
iv Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida within four calendar months from
the lime >( the first publication here-
of or the same will be barred.
Filed ai Miami. Florida, this Ma
ii.iv of Sentimber. A.D. 1!'74.
OSS1E It. BAKER
a Administratrix
C.T.A,
First publication of this notice on
thi ill. day of September, 1S74.
ROBERT I BLOOMBERG
.\ for Administratrix CT A.
7'7 Seyhold Pulldlna
Miami. Florida 3S1S2
9/341 .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\i iTU I" is HEREBY hives that
ihe umlersii-iieil. ilesirine to cnRuav
in business under the fictitious name
of HOUSE OF PIES at 131..... Blaoayne
Boulevard. North Miami Beach Flor-
Ida Intend t" rejrlster said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
ii Dadi County, Florida.
CROSSMAN BROS.. INC.
a Florida Cornoratloa
Mi IRTIMER s i-i >HEN
Attornes for Crosaman Bros., Inc.
I10S Alnsley Bulldlna
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Jmisti tkricfiari
Friday, September
Run-Oii Election
Scheduled Oct. 1
L
De..e C 5 this
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where all car'- lates
less thai
Se: ; .
i contests
i:- the
winners will hi on the be
N veniber'a contest nless
opposition party i-
ite, in which case : |j
he automatic winners,
re will also be special
tions to fill two Dade I
Co incies, and there n
be ; j! elections to correct er-
D .1-: weeks contest.
The Get 1 ballot will lac le
Democrats Richard 'Dick- s*
- R
S
1
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L'.S. H -.
tic
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-
Lewis
see.
Mel is be-

the run tta
- are teine
dfotd and
District I
Clara trios Fer-
B>. Ri bert Ba-
posed by C. P. (Dick)
Lantz in trv? ... Court.
Group 6. eontesl
A.l the candidates in the Oct.
1 race for seats in Florida's
-entatives are
. < include incum-
Ml ler vs. Richard
I
Jef: David,
15: Dr. David Lehman
:
_: Cohei
.
t 10S --;- Gersti vs
LEGAL NOT'CE
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Mtuaita
LIEBERMAN
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The aeaicot.on oi o monument
to Hie memory of t'-te lot*
MILTON SCHAFFEL
will teke ploce S-jndc,-.
September 25, 1574 of
IliSB A.M. at
lakeside Memorial Park
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Ope* frtry Day Closed Soko.tr,
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 266-2888
72, I X rtl Miami
rvai I
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DIRECTORS:
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MOdwifl J*ffer Al.,r Jef'er
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2 CGAEY LSIANOAM S-.\
212 776-8100
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305/947-1185
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625 S OLIVE AVE A PAIV BEACH
305 8334413
Reprnenlea by PW-pNcmsletfi F0
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,., -_- :-:_,- court of t"e
e_ -._h .'.d cial circuit
cf flof da ,n and fcr
:- :e ;ount'-
f robate division
probate \o. -*-;:-s

NOT CE to CREDITORS
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N THE CiRCUIT COURT OF THE
E-EVENTh JUD'C'AL CIRCUIT
CF FUOR DA IN AND FOR
CACE COL NTV
ORC9ATE DIVISION
CROBA-E NO 74.;-i3
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IN the CIPC'JIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH .'.D CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOP Di IN AND FCR
- TV
PROBATE DIVISION
FPANK e DOWLING
PRODATE NO 74-5916

:i TO CREDITORS
PALMER'S
MONUMENT COMPANY\ I
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TH JUD'C'AL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FUORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Ne. 7i.i;V7
NOT'CE TO APPEAR
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Florida.
d i l- i.- v.u ajid %'' ai
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the Com'
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office
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IN THE CIRCUIT COLRT CF THI
ELEVENTH, JUDICIAL CIRC. T
OF FLOP 'DA '. AND FOR
DACE COUNTY
PRDE^TE DIV.SION
JOSE=- NESB "~
PROBATE NC. 74-S6-U
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NOTICE TO C'-.EDITOPS
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is the ^RcuprTopcl{;fCE
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Civil D/^E COUNTV 0R
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FREDERICK I: SPIEGEL
I vw ;. v., U(
Miami Ploiida
Attorney for Petit
_______,______._________v 5 L1H
NOTICE UNdIr
FICTITIOUS NAME Liw
NOTICE IS HEREBY aim fl
t.nr hi
n !'u- -- i.- '
f AID thai. I v.-
Bead 1
n tend l fr said i
with the fWrV
of Dad, Countv ^
IRVING
AI.VlN J RORKTN
DON >l'i 'TTS
: >SEPH SCHSI
\ttornev fir A-
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NOTICE LNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
.'.' ITICE 16 HERI
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CIRCUIT COURT. I1TH JUDICIAj
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NO
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIV SION
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN RE THE I 0*1
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CRATTTD
moua
4444931-4444R2
3279 S.W.atk ST.. MIAMI
evitt
lemorial Chapel
"JC- HfMM OtUCIOtS"
OUT OF STATI
-IMIKT'
94/-2/90
' M*VY N M.
IN THE CIRCU
ELEVE'TH
IN A' D FR-
ACTION FOR
In r- .
PLOSSlE I
Peti:
IABRJBL IB]
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TO: GAMHIK
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TOO ARE
that an :< -
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vou j, r, .,
roar wi -
ocia a
lioaer,
cayn.
da. and '
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CIRCUIT
UNTY,
UTION

'. M ED
'MED.
' -iFiEr
f Mar-
-u and
.,-
to it on
- Petl-
' Bla-
F'-T-
"n or
rise ^a
m-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH judicial CRCLIT CF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PRCB1TE DiV SION
NO. ''-1697
JVdOO Nescitti

Tu, r:- ^J'CE CF PROBATE
THE S E OF FUOR DA:
v
EXT

n* to be the
ai .i testanu of .aid i,,-r-
t< m
I'TI'l.
ii I' >ix i-alend-ir months from
j-c date 0f u,e rirst oublicatlon or
not cr t.. acmear in said r.mtt
ho ea.ua*. :f anv vou can. why
' C in- in admlttlna
aid Will t.. orobate ahoulfl not stand
unrpv.
J08EPH NFSiiITT
.inult Court Judo
I "HARD P BRIXKBR. Clprfc
"v LOU F PASTOHFIEIJJ
DeDUtv ITIerk
oublicatlon of this notice on
< dav of Renlembor. 1*71
HAYS ClirXDWERO
- for Kx ecu tor
luildine
"l:i SaiBI
I 1.1-20-27 in-<
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SEPVICE
.NO PROPERTVIcTHE|
IN THE CIRCUIT CCLRTOFTHii
ELEVENTH JUD C -- ClRCL'T (
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
C'VIL ACTION NC JJ-ajJ"
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
Cr MAR'-' AGE
:
1 >RF 1 l
Mil
'
ADE1 INDO.
T. A I ..... ,.u,
< 1- Wi '
N, a Y rk S 1 rfl
roi
that an I
at>" m-. -- -........
i- MSI N W TH-. Str.
Ida, and me .' ,.
beft r.- the Kth
default
for the relief df
otherwise a
I yon
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NOTICE UNDER
"ITIOUS NAME LAW
- HEREBY GIVEN that
icned. desiiinc to en*are
umler f., i.....u .,,.
IURAKCR AGBVCT
h Ave Miami. Fla In-
name with t'e
Clrcoil f'.urt of Pade
RAMCE AGENCY. INC
' CORPORATION
EIDE1 BSQ
V "oilcan I
Blvd
i 33137
S/1S-20-27 !"'
in -he c mnlaint or .."' '"
This notice ihall
each week for four i -:.',"1'
In thk JEWISH rT^>R"X
WITNBSfl my h.ni'l and W
roaii al Miami i- .
13th dav of September. IF".
(Circuit Court Seal) vrt
RICHARD P ,: .v.
:erk. Circuit ( ou
Pade County FlorWi
Bi I. ^
As Deoon cwr
- CARRICARTB. I
T'h Str-T
F'orida IS1K ,.
.. ej Ii Pi Utloner
So .49-7S17
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NOTICE UNDER
NOT ILt f"XSi i :
FICTIT'OUS NAME f
E 18 HEREB1
under
! EALH1
I ium' with
i oart oi
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ihf
pad!



hday
r September 20, 1974
*Je*i* Rcridffan
Page 15-B
UGAl NOTKS
NOTICE UNDER
LE6AI NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKI
LEGAL NOT C-
LEGAL NOTICE
riCTlTlOUS NAME LAW
,JwV S HKREBV GIVEN that
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH jUDIC'AL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 67-7033
NT' ,,! deaMnC to eneaav In DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY CASE NO. 67
he fictitious name of CASE NO. 74-25474 MAI Bl IKE ORENIER
,. kTK>N FOB BCO.VO. : Re Tl Msrriaae >:: ,.,-
PMENT at UN B-W GEORUE H. EUGENE. HMsband. v
"", ;'V"iV Miami. Dade Countv. And FERNAND ORENIER I
islo remater Mid name JOSETTE< R BUQBNE Wife. fco>K GNENIEK,
III
ic
k of the Circuit Court
,tv. Florida
1 iRPORATION FOR
IC DEYELOPMBNT
rioT WEI i ISCH
, The Cnrooration for
'""J.",:: ,,.07 in/4
"NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
LrTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN 'hat
P. lera -" -' deeirlMI io eniriee In
the ftctlttotu name _
MENT SEHVICES a.
Raw Third Avenue. MlanV. Dade
''.,' p >rlda. Intend* to rwiar
>, the Clerk of the < tr-
t Countv. Florlds
I MBNT SERVICES. INC
1 ISCH
S IXVKSTMENT
I '.- IN'C
!) 1.3-20-27 ""
NO! ICE TO DEFEND
VOU, J08&TE O. B EUGENE.
v.....' Residtnce La I'nknown. are
i.ev. > ottfied thai ; ii -- it Eu-
gene, has filed a Petition For Marri-
age I >i ii n, in this Court, and
rou, ..- bil wife, are reaulred bi
aw. a file vottr Answer. Reeoonae.
I' .! m or any other paoer thereto,
will) the Clerk of this Court, and to
lei-ve ,. Coi>y thereof, uoon .toseph
C l Al .-ski.. ::;.: N.W. 7th Avenue.
Miami, Florida 38160, vou huabi
attorney, on or before October II.
; i. otherwise a Default will he en-
: afntlMt %"U. bv the Circuit
Juajri Dated luavai LV7-I at
jii^n.:. Dade. Florida
RICHARD i' BRINKER.
' 'lerk of < 'ir.-i.iit Court
By: A. WALSH. Deputy Clerk
Circuit < ourt Hi il
D ia.20.27 10 i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
i. HEREBY GIVEN thai
I. desiring to enir me
dU. ... under the flctlttou* n ima
Eiu itlonal Travel Enterprises
L ,i number Ml 20th Stn
, the < itl Of Miami Be I
i- to register the
,. i c "lerk of the Circuit
f .. County, Florida
[ Florida, this lith
L I er. 1874.
f,- VAT ENTERPRISES
ASSOCIATES, INC
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nut
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: :n.S7 10 4-11
,S0.t7 II) 4-!l
THE C 9CUIT COURT OF THE
|TH JLOXIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 74-24300
GENERAL JLRISDICTcON
DIVISION
i
01 ANT. hli v
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faUJAM A I.OCA8CH ftl I
I OCASC I i.
I i ali
through.
pde ; m
i '
NOTICE OF SUIT
V \ I -\ LOCASCII ai I
l.i 'A8CK >. iiia
LENCE I'NKNOWN
B \.m a LOCA8I I' > and
LOCA8C1 I
fe. i- an 'i and all
pi hrouffh, under. u:
hereb) notlfle i that
.".i Title lia- I
id a u on the Co I -^ liu
ti
U of ENCHANT.
SECTION FOI
hi I'l.u thei
i nt Book il
Publl Re- oi i-
C unty, Flo
r to aerve a codst
v: i. or Pleading to the
I ',: el Title o i th*
R nald I i
tu ; Bulldli i -19 \v.
U Mlam Fli rlda
fde t h i
lina In the Offli i t
rcnli 'ouri
, of '!. ber. 1974
' i ludtmei
t '
d in the
I' '., ubll I
ir 44
> .. ISB Fl i ; : v-
f RED, a" '
' -i day cf Au
I BRLNKCa
i ill- l
I Fl it
I PEI AND
U "..'I.
in the circuit court of the
Eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for
daoe countv
probate c.v'sion
probate no. 74-;697
(Judae Neib.ttl
Ir. RE: Eatule of
i.i.i: v \U' J HER8KOV> ITS
' NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! ai il All F sona H ,v-
li .. i. i maiids Arainai 9 d
I le:
Vou are hereby notified and I
. : i | reai nt an-. ai
i. i u hlch vou mav ha<
of BERNARD J H E':.-'-
Ki\'. i'l.''.. dei isi >l late of 1 lade
i ouni ^. Floi da the Cirouli
. | i mde i 'out tv. and fill
and a- Drovlded lit 8e -
S, Fl 'i'l. Statutes ii
'i the Countv C lurthouee In
' unl v. Fl 'ii" ci I-
r.i the tin if the
atlon hereof or the i
.' iarre

day of S embei tl I
MARVIN r ERSKi >WI 7.
Al I'v
i' ul '
i t 3 'Bl 'n:;' I
SIM' >N. 'I tYS ft r.RWNDM ;
B\ MUSES .1 IRl'NDW El i
l 01
. v l n sleJ Btl
Fli rlda '
ia-sn
and
Reapondenta
Af.-.ENCED NOT'CE CF SLIT
TO: FERNaND GRENl] ..
tU Bl IN PASTE i.
LAVAL CITY
MONTREAL CAN'
TO: l.i >8E i;HEXlhi:
:.. S i BVAL BOC1 EVAllD
MONTREAI CANAD
YOl\ FERNAND ORENIER ard
!' 'SE ORENIER. are herebj notlfle
thai an Amended P r Perma-
Cuatody ha- been filed ajraln*i
and v m are i..... r
any aitla Ami nded Pi tltl >ti "n the
tloner"i attorney, RonaM L. Davis,
Esq., V A 117 Bicayne Building1!>
W Finfler Street, Miami. I" i '.
phi n< S79-:.":. and I
i Anawer ir P adli he ol -
t i | ii Clerk f the Cln uli I !url
on or before the 4th day ilctober,
1974 tf you fail t.. do -" ludmnont
b) defau.l will be akn aara nal vow
relief demanded In the Am*ti i-
ed Petition for Permai i 'u IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL C'RCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE D.VISION
PROBATE NO. 74-4758
Ii' i: Bate
I.E.LIAN Hi" iVKK.
Dec i I
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
-." All. PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OF SAID
DECEDENT.
You are hereby notified 'hit a writ-
ten Instrument HUM" r:;r:c m lie rtie
!..-i will and testament of said u----
dent ha- i>een admitted n probate m
cald Court. You l-ei.-by ooi-
manded within six euJendar months
t':, m th.- oate of the ( n I nuh Ii itlon
of thli notice to .i i i i ".
and show cause, If u -u ->-. whi
the action or s:.ul Court In admitting
-.,n! will I" probate shoisM not stand
unr< yoked,
J EDGE JOHN R BIANTOM
Circul' 'ouri Judit
l::i"H,\RI) I' BRINKKR '"lerk
By CORXE1 :. '" UilNSON
1 lei'ir v *terk
KURT WEi.i ipcm. /tttomey it l,i*
Attorney foi Gl BER '" MARBEY.
Executor of Estate of I.E.I.IAN
HOOVER. Deceased
161 Aimer la Avenue, Satta 26*-
Florida 32134
I'" rwilli'll i'i r ma ,- ,. K, L'l.,r|HT Tilt*
8 v531S? ,Y'!,;:- ,;rM,^;: C0f^oSdcuS
IDIAN
I" iNE AND ORDERED Bl M
, thli 22nd day of Vtut-i. '.'.Tl
RICHARD P BRINKER.
i' rk. I rcull i' iurt
Dade i' ui n r"- i
By '' P I'1 iPEl VND
I lenuty Clerk
(Cir' uit Court E
NOT'CE nt ar.fii-io
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INC" OPOPESTVi
N TE CRO'iT '"U0" nF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'DA. IN ANO F"R
DAHE COUNTS
CIVIL ACTION NO 74."-"7
ACTION FOR O'SSO' LT10N
OF MARRIAGE
i\- re -'i'- \t i "'" y...
Miami Florida thla I It .' KCK DAVm 'i:!TZ,
Husl
R I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE dRf""- -"U*-T OF THE
t-EVE'iTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Ci-
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 74."47H
ACTION FCR DSSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: TI' : MARRIAGE 'ii1'
E : MA' In ill:
A N1
' a" EUCIA ANN M Vi-l/'i;
ICIA ANN ."'. A "KEB
t- Trl P
Taraana. Califi rnl __
ARE HI
that i ilu'ion of Ha'-
, i you and
.... reuuii'! '.' rve i >P3 ,:'
v ., ritten to It on
' PSON AND DIAMOh D P '
.-, orni tor Pe' i addre
- : : i i ': i11'1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th- undersiun.il. desiring to eneaito
in business under the fictitious name
Of NINAS GENEBAL MERCHAN-
DISE :i' "< w "ith street, Hialeah.
r i Intends to r.-itister said
i e with the Clerk al the Circuit
urt ol Dade bounty Florida.
qe::ai:i"i santos
I 1,-13-20-27
CIRCU'- COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
NO. 74-25200
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOT'CE BY PUBLICATION
L\ THE I" v RRIAGE OF:
S MARGOTH CESTODIO
W I
NC18C0 J. CUSTOMO.
>' '
v i FRANCI8CO J. crsTODlO.
I-.. I'nknown. are herehv BOtl-
f ...| to serve a copy of your Answer
i. the Dissolution of Marriage filed
iifa'"-' you, uoon wife's attorney.
?RGE NICHOl AS. ESQ 12 M W
Utn K\ u- Miami, FU Ida t>i3e<
trd f al Ith lerk of Court
,r before October 1874: other-
Petition will he confessed
bv v j .
1 this 3rd day of September.
IOT4
I \i'p P BRINKER ci.ERK
Bv: V'.' TYMINSKI
Deouty cicru _
9 ii-13-21-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
. E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tbe underi -:!. desirina to enmure
! business under the fictitious numn
Ql K REPLICA al 179
.' ); ',..,a Stre I, N Miami Hea. Ii.
pi :: s Intend." to rearlsi I
, ..... .. th th< Clerk of the I'ir.-uit
r Brt ui | iade County, Florida.
BETTY I'.' isenthal
.:-!::-2n-27
in thb circuit court of the
e:e\enth judicial circuit
Or FLORIDA !N AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVSION
PROBATE NO. 73-1973
(Judqe Dowlina)
NOT'CE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
CF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR
DACE COUNTY
C VIL ACTION NO. 74.26135
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN hi LfLUAN M M ..'"'
p, iitlor '
I
; SEPH T M \RTIN
. mi ndei -Hushan '
Ti> JOSEPH -r MART N .....
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. v tot
Van '
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, :' v ur f any. to II
- ISO I
Florida 331*9 and (lie the orltrlnal
w | thi rk of the above Btv 1
court "n or be "'7'
,i-. rwlse i it'fn'ili wt'l "....."' I
... .,.u r the n di n i
... -I,,. m-'ii'i' o- ...
rice shall be published .....
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"": JEWI8B Fl ORID1 \N
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By 8NEFDEN
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\k Clerk, i
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PSON VNP DIAMOND, PA.
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Alton..-v for P

9 3-M-20
ter said '"
Clerk i ",urt "f
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. : you
th tl t or
I be I ones
NOT CE LNCE
OTIC! pF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVi SERVICE
I '.C PRO = ERT v>
IN T"E CI'CU'T COURT 0=- THE
' E'EVENTH JUDIC'AL CIPCU'T
OF FLORIDA N AND FOR
DATE rot'NTV
C'V'L ACTION NO 74-19SM
IN R.....I \' '' '
RRl iWARD. P
da for aonroYal of said
I ,', r uorl and tor distribution ana
dischante -as Adtainlsti
, v DB N of the estai i the
... .,,,.,! de e.lent. This 30th day
H \i. hite tdm itrator
C.t A i1 -x'
T R. WHITE
^ orney
.. BuiMfna
-.: :; _i. 33131
:;:'' g 6-13-20-97
CIRCUIT COURT. tITH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUN.Y.
FLORIDA
NO. 74-25203
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE Bv F'jBLICATiON
. | 'i iOE OP:
. INi I.
i :no.
urt at Mlam en tl
ber,
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P. BRINI '
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,:HRICHARD W. N^ CAND1 ::ss
New York


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Friday, Septemix*
20.197,
Depend on Food Fair's Fine Quality Foods
IN MEAT VARIETY AND ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES!
SAVE 3 WAYSI.. BONUS SPECIALS I.. MOHIST VAIUCSI.. PIUS MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPSI
U.S. CHOICE WESTERN BEEF CHUCK
STEAK
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK ma
SHOULDER POT ROAST BMLS...........i. *159
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK S 39
UNDER BLADE POT ROAST l..*1
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN 4,9
BEEF BRISKET point half boneless.............lb. 1
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF ROUND < ma
BOTTOM ROUND ROAST......................
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF ROUND < 79
BOTTOM ROUND STEAK......................**V
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK < ||
UNDER BLADE STEAK BONELESS M
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK < AO
SHOULDER STEAK BONELESS............ M6
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK Q
UNDER BLADE POT ROAST BNLS. lb *149
FLA. OR SHIPPED GRADE A
FRYER PARTS
89
WHOLE BREASTS WITH RIBS
THIGHS DRUMSTICKS
WHOLE LEGS LB
c
FRESH
ICED
FLA. OR SHIPPED GRADE A'
FRYER QTRS.
LEG OR BREAST
QUARTERS
LB
59
FRESH
ICED
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 18'
P.P. BRAND
Tomato Juice
GAIN
LAUNDRY DETERGENT
46-OZ.
CAN
39
69
49-OZ.
PKG.
LIMIT 2 CANS. PLEASE, WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE, EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
LIMIT 1 PKG. PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
WILLY S
VITA
Sauerkraut...........................'bag8 39 Creamed Herring
uoz $119
JAR
1
[T.I i I k
HEBREW
NATIONAL
KOSHER
BOROEN S
lid [Li Les Col Y oqurt
12-OZ. PKO. 99% FAT FREE A ALL FLAVORS 1 L-------------------------- 1 8-Oi If CUP 99c,
Creamed Cottage Cheese2^ 99
WISCONSIN HOLLAND STYLE BABY
Gouda or Edam Cheese
6-OZ
PKG
OR/ w NGE JU ICE
DELICIOUS* FLO-SUN i 3 \ QUART j ) CONTS ( B4 fcf's out W OAIIY CMRt
MEI .LOW ACE
CHEESE i SPREAD 2 $I09
^x^^^ 0?%eA& SeafaydVeftit.
ALL BAKED GOODS MADE WITH PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING
P.P. BRAND
AVAILABLE ONLY AT STORES HAVING
SERVICE SEAFOOD COUNTERS
WHITE BREAD MACKEREL
4fc m FLORIDA 1 1 C
35 '" U0Ti55 LB.
_ FRESHLY SLICED
Iced Angel Food Ring 2kcz 89c King Fish Steaks -.u.99e
THIN
SLICED
P.P BRAND
FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE FROM DATE OF PUBLICATION
THRU SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22nd
AT AIL FOOD FAIR STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
DISPLAYED IN GREAT VARIETY TO MAKE YOUR CHOICE
EASY AND TO YOUR COMPLETE SATISFACTION
RED DELICIOUS
APPLES
3 & 79c
VITAMIN PACKED ^ Sweet Yams.................................lb *0
FOR A SATISFYING VEGETABLE __
Eggplant......................................lb 25
GOOD EVERY MEAL ..
Red Bliss Potatoes 5.1c 69c
FLORIDA SEEDLESS
GRAPEFRUIT
3/3 5e
fAVORITE FOR FLAVOR _-
U.S. No. 1 Yellow Onions. 3 bL 59-
READY TO EAT-A REAL TREAT
IN OU( MtOOUCf I
..... Df'AITMENT B
Cheese Q's
ii 65c
BIRDS EYE FROZEN
COOL WHIP
47,-OZ.
PKG.
BURNY BROTHERS FROZEN
La Crunch Cake
KWIK MADE FROZEN
28-OZ ii
PKG.
$161
16-OZ
Pancake Batter....................o
CHEF BOY-AR-DEE FROZEN
13:OZ
Cheese Pizza...........................wo
65c
99'
Sewice Afifiettyn Vefi
AVAILABLE AT ALL STORES HAVING SERVICE COUNTERS
ALL LUNCH MEATS B CHEESE SLICED TO ORDER
!!1 CORNED BEEF
DELICIOUS
LEAN
79
ALL WHITE MEAT
Chicken Roll
FRESHLY SMOKED
C QUARTER
IB.
i 9f
HALF
Baby White Fish (Chubs)
$129
.if
ICELAND IMPORTED
Baby Swiss Cheese..............%\ &
WISCONSIN FINEST
Sweet Munchee Cheese X 69c
tm. MONTE REGULAR OR FRENCH # u oV M
Cut Green Beans #**N$'
HIGHLY NUTRITIOUS
Bel Monte Spinach.........v.JZ& **
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