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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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"eJewisli Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and 7HE JEWISH WEEKLY
IVolume
47 Number 41
Miami, Florida Friday, October 11, 1974
ooc by Mail Two Sections
Price 25 cen3

Former President
Shazar Passes
Away at Age 84
By DAVID LANDAU and GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) Shneur Zahnan Shazar, who
,,:,,! last year as third President of Israel, died Saturday at
the age of 84. He would have been 83 Sunday.
His body lay in state at the Binyanei Haooma (Convention
Hail' where thousands of people public figures and ordinary
citizens iid their last respects. He was buried Monday in
President's Plot" on Mt. Herzl following a state funeral.
N i ulogies were held due to the Succot holiday.
ISRAELIS AND Jews around the world mourned the man
nftose voice rang out across the Jewish world as a poet, Biblical
scholar. Habad Haski, Socialist, Zionist, and Western intellectual
for almost seven decades.
President Shazar. who suffered a heart attack last May.
Ml taken to Hadassah Hospital Sept. 29 for an unspecified ail-
ment.
IN M'DEAST NOW
Dr. K. Assures
Continuing
Aid to Israel
ZALMAN SHAZAR
one of the hint giants
. -
-
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
NEW YORK (JTA) Is-
raeli Foreign Minister Yigal
Allon strongly defended Secre-
< ont'niied on Page 8-A

Senate Nixes Move to End
Oilionaire Windfall Profits
BUT MAKES NO PROMISES
Fahmy Warns Fullback
\First Step Toward Peace
Jordan Says
No' to Aid
For PLO

Lebanon Knows 6-A
But in Trouble C-A
TEL AVIV iJTA. Is-
I"' '' irity forces have been
gthened along the Leba-
Icr and On the inflltra-
|: from Syria.
a result, security source-;
| e terrorists are attempt-
nt< i Israel via Jordan,
| capture by Jordanian
The Jordanians do not
ne with terrorists seek-
I use their territory as a
';"'" I" Israel.
LAST WEEK, a unit of the
nian Arab Legion reported-
clashed with terrorists who
Continued on Page 7-A
Egyptian AMaJled 2-A
By YITZHAK RABI
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Egypt has called on the Gen-
eral Assembly to make its cur-
nnt session "the session of the
]>cople of Palestine" and urged
it to adopt principles reaffirming
their "basic and inalienable
rights."
In a hard-line, frequently
harsh and acrimonious address
to the General Assembly,
punctuated with sharp warning
to Israel that it was missing a
"golden opportunity" for peace,
Egyptian Foreign Minister Is-
mail Fahmy declared that the
Palestinian people "seek at the
IN an international legitimacy."
HE WARNED that no peace
will come to the Middle Easl
Until "the legitimate rights" of
the Palestinian (leople are re-
stored and until all Arab lands
occupied by Israel in 1967 are
"liberated."
"This is our basic and estab-
lished |K>licy from which we will
< on tinned on Page 2-A
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Legislation that would have cut
off American aid to oil producing
nations that refuse to cooperate
in lowering oil prices was reject-
ed by the Senate after a heated
debate in which it was suggested
that the best way to obtain low-
er oil piices was to exert more
pressure on Israel to withdraw
from occupied Arab territory.
The Senate voted 46-33 to
1 M>st pone and thus kill an
amendment to a foreign aid bill
proposed by Sen. Frank Church
(D.. Idaho I to cut off economic
aid to Venezulea, Iran, Indonesia,
Algeria and some other mem-
bers of the Organization of Oil
Exporting Countries (OPEC).
t IH'RCII, who chaired a sub-
committee which investigated
the operations of international
oil corporations, charged that
they hail conspired as a cartel
to wage economic warfare on
nations that deiiend on oil im-
ports.
But a majority of the Senators
heeded warnings by Senate Dem-
ocratic Leader Mike Mansfield
of Montana and Sen. Hubert H.
Humphrey (D., Minn.) that the
Continued on Page 11-A
tary of State Henry A. Kissinger
against charges that the Secre-
tary had impeded aid for Israel
during the Yom Kippur War.
Speaking to an overflow
i ......*
Peace Sea reh 2-A
audience of young American
Jewish leaders at the Israel Con-
sulate, Allon, who is also Israel's
Deputy Premier, said no one was
"more instrumental than the
American Secretary of State" is
ensuring U.S. political and eco-
nomic support for Israel.
Allon is here as the head o?
the Israeli delegation to the
United Nations General Assem-
bly ad is due to mount a
vigorous campaign against the
inclusion of the "Palestine Ques-
tion" on the Assembly's agenda
as a separate item and the
Continued on Page 15-A
Bank Crisis Worsens as Top Exec
Is Suspended for Fiscal Policies
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Premier Yitzhak Rabin has tele-
phoned Finance Minister Yeho-
shua Rabinowitz who is attend-
ing the International Monetary
Fund conference in Washington
to return home immediately be-
cause of the worsening crisis in-
volving investments by the Israel
Economic Corporation in the
tottering financial empire of
Swiss-Jewish banker Tibor
Rosenbaum.
The government-sponsored cor-
poration, established in 1969
with the assistance of Jewish
businessmen from North Am-
Continued on Page 11-A
Rosenbaum Group Says
It's Alive and Kicking
NEW YORK (JTA i The reference in a JTA news
bulletin to the "failure" of the International Credit Bank of
Geneva, Switzerland is being called "incorrect."
The following statement was received by the JTA in New
York from Hans Harry, chairman of the executive committee
Of the International Credit Bank of Geneva:
'WE ARE working normally. Our liquidity is quite in order.
We have no financial problems. Our bank is open and always
has been."
At the same time, JTA's London Bureau was informed by
Continued on Page 6-A
SCHLESINGER CHARGES THAT /T MAKES NO SENSE
Viet Aid Cut as Israel Gets $2.5 Billion
sr< RKTARY SCHLESINGER
doubts priorities
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA I
Secretary of Defense James
Schlesinger has chided members
ol Congress who have reduced
aid to $700 million for the cur-
rent fiscal year to South Viet-
nam in the current Congres-
sional foreign military asistance
legislation although they had ap-
proved S2.2 billion for Israel
after the Yom Kippur War.
In a speech before the Nation-
al Security Industrial Associa-
tion here, Schlesinger did not
criticize the funds for Israel but
observed that the assistance to
Israel amounted to about $700
million a week for the three
weeks of fighting last Oct.
"WHEN THE conflict broke
out in the Middle Last last
October," Schlesinger said,
"members of Congress, not all
of whom have sympathiezd with
the munitions requirements of
the South Vietnamese, persis-
tently urged us to do whatever
was necessary to insure the
survival of Israel.
"A supplementary request of
$2.2 biliio nfor military assist-
ance to Israel was sent to the
Hill and the Congress quickly
approved it."
Yet now. he added, "we be-
grudge the South Vietnamese $700
million a year for munitions and
Continued on Page 2-A


Pace 2-A
*.Je*ist fkriJiir
Peace Means Fullback: Fahmy
Continued from Pag* 1-A
never deviate." the Egyptian
diplomat said.
When we talk about peace
and work for peace, we
genuine |
essence of the problem and endi
the cause of coi
Fahmy declared that E
free to a state of
no-war-no-peace which, he
can only serve the asg:
purposes of Israel. He said his
I: y objected t ) "1
tions which are intended to
rig the period of the truce
... a truce that has nol
three wai
IAIIMV LAID down three
me* that he said E :
wanti I the UN 1 '' > deal-
ing with the issue of the
a-:
-Reaffirming the
ights ol the :
f any
or usui. iti n I
Ms,
I to theii
to si
tside
onal in :
i i eii n I;

basi '
; th '.- ies :
i e 'N
thai
is the
,e East i
an I foi
si\e ami ; ei... inent
the crisi
KB ,\( ( i skd Israel
r nai
That it -.' afitting
the
. ise enj ying the fruits
aggvaasaon.
He said that Israel shoul
ma to ; a> for tl dcsti
Of thg SufB ("ana. a".: i
ing its banks. Hi
accused Israel of failaie to
the lessons of the Ocl
wajr and condemned
by Israeli leaders that Israel
would not re'.i : |tlish t rril i J
taken in 198T.
Addressing Israel directly, the
Eg/pt.a:. ;- irei m Mintatar
If you are genuine in seeking
to co-e.\.st pea el with the
ie of the area, it is lm
tive that you discard those reck-
less tei now and in: ever."
t*g Israel would
have e if >'ou
regret i grtden
I .- .ti.in."
1!.: SAID Israel neeii not fear
being daeeivaf in the peace
t still receives
-s quant it:
Fahr thai Israel has
now to accede to
um Duciea,- non-proliferation
and that was why Egypt
act.
He ypt was against the
introduction of nuclfV weapons
in an/ forma. Into the Middle
East beca -.- 11 mid constitute
er t the peace and
se of 1 irea.
He sai I
an und takii
- ''
THE FOREIGN Minister said
the Arab nations should not be
condemned for the oil crisis
which, he asserted, is not the
only reason lor world-wide in-
flation.
He said he "regretted" Secre-
tary of State Henry A. Kissin-
ger's statement on the oil situa-
tion to the General Assembly a
week ago,
Fahmy said "Egypt has wel-
comed the relative change that
has taken piacec in the American
attitude and considers it a
step in the right direction which
is worthy of res|x>nse."
HE CREDITED American ef-
forts for the disengagement
treaties in the Middle East and
observed. "Despite the fact that
the American policy toward the
Middle East still leaves much to
be desired, we are anxious to
give it all the opportunities to
become more harmonious with
rights, law and principle."
He li ribed the Middle East
polii ies of the I nati iu
strui tive."
L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
Our Ne// Year wish is 10
make Israel strong Buy
israe' Bords ard give to the
CJA-Joint Emergency Fund
Mayshie Friedberg
Tekoah Calls Fahmv
Address to 1JS
"Arrogant. Hostile'
\7I0\S fJTA) Israeli Ambassador V i
1 -. eien Minister Ismail Fahmy's
m y. arrogance and hostility
statemenl I ition of how detrimen-
. s are to efforts to achieve understanding and
teaee Between Israel and the Arab states."
He noted that it was regrettable" that Fahmv had nothing
Bstr ctive t say that might have contributed to the relaxa-
:. the Middle East" and instea I only sen'i
furthe: poison ti atmos] here.
mhaxyvhil;:. Israeli Foreign Minister Yigal AUon ag
here that no peace will come to the Middle Eas1 I
.. Palestinian Identity."
But he categorically -.ejected the Palestine Liberation
Organ! : a (PLOl as the repreaeatative of the Palestinians.
ide the remarks in an interview he taped i"-.- broadcast
rning Hews.
He that there will be no detente in the world unless
there is let >nte in the Middle East.
In that connection, he said that recognition of the PLO
by the United Nations General Assembly would constitute a
(San ftess at the upcoming Geneva i>eace confer-.nee.
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anr. a! sessl I the Gen -ral Asaembly, had a breakfast meeting
wit etary of State Henry A. Kissinger at the U.S.
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Page 3-A
?ne of Last of Old Giants, Shazar, Dead at 84
(orUlmi*4'frm P>MJe 1-A
An aide to i President Shazar
Ljd he was" suffering from a
lLj .1; deterioration of the
in ..tiht.im.Jjy old age.
.of." Avin'oaJi Zlotnick, the
I Ian who treated President
L in the week he was hos-
aize.l, said the former Preai*
l after a quiet night.
[iIK M'FFERED a renal insuf-
I which led to heart and
stoppage. Prof. Zlot-
jaid President Shazar did
from pain at his
lath. During the week he was
ital, he was unconsci-
part of the time, and only
... .. visitors, among them
jmer Premier Golda Meir and
eeiden) Fiphraim Katzir, were
L A to see him.
[;.;,. Immediate relatives were
It at his bed at the time of his
ath. Both his wife, Rachel,
ter have been hospi-
r a long period, and
il to bed.
lefbn he died, his wife was
ht in a wheel chair to see
him from her convalescent home
near Hadera, but he remained
BJhi onscious.
During his last days, a group
of Habad Hasidim President
Shazar wif closely associated
with tiic Lubavitcher Movement
held a psalm and prayer vigil
outside nis hospital room.
NO ONE who ever heard Pres-
ident Shazar s.ueak and in his
prime he could hold an audience
ontianced for three or four
hours on end can eve: forget
his warmth and an! which
made him one of the fl..sst ora-
tors of Zionism.
His addresses we.e always
filled with learning and with
fervor and emotion in equal part.
At home in poetry as well as
prose, his public addresses and
private conversations always had
the wealth of style of the round-
el literateur, and he brought to
bear his scholarship in many
fields, secular as we" as Jewish,
to further enrich his spoken and
written word.
His 10 years as President of
Israel welded strong elements
Damascus Radio
Broadcasts Code
AVIV (JTAi A code
::i a Damascus
cast ga\e the
r t foi what was to have
ies of terrorist out-
nsl civilians in Israel
osh Hashana holiday,
luthoril Ies disclosed.
! ind other information on
ictivities emerged from
lion ol tv. 11 Arab
hs who were arrested on
- :: ishana eve In the act of
a home-made time
a bUSy Tel Aviv guj ci-
Irket
Hi' PAIR have been identi-
- Hassan Abed, 22, and
[ 1. They joined El
ah seveia' months ago and
ferwent an ntensive sabotage
\g course in Syria while
en.-ililv in irdan for a "fam-
Ivisit,' il. .thorities reveal-
Abed and Hilef were directed
by a third terrorist, identified by
police only as a 24-year-old resi-
dent of Tulkarem.
It was the latter who monitor-
ed the Damascus newscast and
passed the word on to the others
to proceed with the supermarket
bombing which was to have been
followed by other terrorist acts,
Ice said.
ABED AND HILEF led police
to caches of arms and explosives
hidden in stone fences in their
home villages. The police have
also learned of additional small
terrorist cells recruited and ac
tivated by terrorist agents who
entered Israeli territory last sum-
mer under the "summer visitors"
program.
Some of the "visitors" remain-
ed in the country after their per-
mits expired.
of Jewish tradition and Jewish
pride to the national and schol-
arly heritage which his two pre-
decessors, Dr. Chaim Weizmann
itzhak Ben Zvi, had already
built into i..: presidency.
Schneur Zalman Shazar,
whose original name was G
Zalman Rubashow, was born in
1889 in Mir, Russia.
AT HOME he imbided both
traditional Judaism in the
mould of Habad Hasidism which
was his family's allegiance
and Zionist idealism.
Influenced by the writings of
Ber Borochov, the father of So-
cialist-Zionism, he joined the
Poalei Zion (Labor Zionists)
early in this century.
He was active in writing and
publishing works for this move-
ment, together with Borochov,
i < ti Zvi, and Rachel Yannait
(she later married Ben Zvi I and
was jailed for it for two months
in 1907.
In 1911, he spent the summer
in Palestine on a kibbutz, falling
in love with Rachel Blaustein, a
poet from Galilee, and came un-
der the influence of Berl Katz-
nelson. a Labor Zionist leader.
HE SPENT World War I years
in Germany, studying and work-
ing for the local Zionist move-
ment. He married Rachel Katz-
n in 1920 and returned to
i] c lor four more years of
acadt mic and political work, and
set::.'! permanently' in Palestine
in 1934.
He was appointed to the ex-
ecutlve committee of Histadrut,
and in 1925 he joined the edito-
rial ooard of "Davar," the new-
ly established labor daily, of
which he became the eclitor-in-
chief in 1944 after Katznelson's
death and served until 1949.
Through these years he was
active in the World Zionist Or-
ation and toured the
repeatedly, his oratorical quali-
gaining him fame and re-
spect wherever he appeared.
In 1929. President Shazar was
elected to the executive of the
Vaad Lumi (National Council)
and in 1930. with Chaim Arloso-
roff. he edited the monthly
"Ahdut Ha'Avoda."
HE ALSO participated in the
founding of Mapai. In 1933, he
went to Warsaw where he
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founded, and for a time edited,
the Yiddish daiiy "Dos Vort."
In 1938. he attendee! the Inter-
national Confeence l Refugees
at Evian. France. In 1943 he
wrote the manifesto in which
the Vaad Lumi drew the atten-
f the rid to the holo-
caust. #
During the pre-State struggle
With Britain, President Shazar
participated in the 1946 hunger
strike of Palestine's Jewish com-
munity.
In 1947 he was named by the
-t Genera] Council to the
al committee collaborating
with the Zionist Executive in its
negotiations at the United Na-
tions.
He appeared on behalf of the
Histadrut at the hearing of the
UN Special Committee on Pales-
tine (UNSCOP) in Jerusalem
and was a member of the Jew-
ish Agency at Lake Success,
N.Y., when the UN General As-
sembly decided on the establish-
ment of the Jewish State.
EARLY IN 1948, President
Shazar drafted the resolution
passed by the Zionist General
il on April 12 announcing
that Jewish independence would
be established at the end of the
Mandate.
In 1949. he was appointed
Minister of Education and Cul-
ture and gated the Com-
!s ry Edui ation Law of the
Igling State. z
F Slowing the Soviet Union's
r< : sal to accent him as Ambas-
sador, he became a member of
the Jewish Agency Executive
and for years headed its Educa-
tion Department.
From 1956 to 1960, he headed
the Agency's Jerusalem Execu-
tive.
He was elected President in
1963 and reelected in 1968. He
paid several state visits during
his two terms, including to Bra-
zil, Nepal, Chile, Uruguay, Can-
ada, and the U.S. which he vis-
ite.l as personal guest of Presi-
dent Johnson in 1966 and visited
President Nixon in 1971.
During his first term he rep-
resented Israel at the funerals
of President Kennedy and Sir
Winston Churchill. In 1964 he
welcomed Pope Paul VI to Is-
rael.
ON EACH U.S. visit, he called
on the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rab-
bi Menechem Mendel Schneer-
son. at his Brooklyn. N.Y. head-
quarters and was criticized in
some quarters for doing so on
the grounds that this compro-
mised his official position, but
he rejected the critics and in-
sisted on visiting his Rebbe.
Each Nineteenth of Kislev
(the anniversary of the Habad
Movement's founder's release
from the Czarist jail) Shazar
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HIS LITERARY output was
enormous, with by no means all
of it yet published. His first re-
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t< : at the age of 10. He was
at home in Yiddish publicism as
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Reason for the Junket
Hcri" -::i bss zczs br s^zre Secretory oi State
Henry KiskW^-*^ -V r_~-r p-.caccy was
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Rabbi Korf P? Prospects
Rabbi B-rnch fotti bead of the Arr.~:::a- National
Citizen* Coniinittec I Presidency wen b
come then be sz:d. to
I pd |o tance former President N.rcn's
xl expenses.
Mainh Rabbi --'-"-: boped to gaOmr op some spare
among lh memselvea srborn h* regard* a
peckd ^:ir.bs ;: :'.:. N&oa'a because c: hi* pro-Israel
.'.-- record r. th presidency.
The Rabb: certainly needed high spoils. Among the
highest per capita income toed people in me world and
-.,._;- -. natioi the wake of the October. 1973 war
thai ::: in the most tout-hearted Israelis may have
responded -'; sentimenl but not much cash
' Still it seems v.'9 are r.c: destined to know. So fan
there 5 no further word either bom Rabbi Kcrif or from
his tuna chive in |e*usal
Sf 0: not DM spirits are still high now that he :s
back borne it anotb mailer, but prospects for his success
seem i ed.
A Note of Optimism
There is a note oi optimism in the announcement of the
election cf Rachel Dssh as president of Mcsadc, the youth
movement of the Zionist Organization of America.
Rachel is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dash,
of Chevy Chase. Md.
No one can fell to recognize the name: Samuel Dash
is the chief counsel of the Sencte Watergate Committee.
With so much pessimism being voiced all around us
these days about the future o: Jewish identification in the
diasoora, Rachel is a bit of silver lining to the otherwise
gathering cloud we ere meant to believe may drench us.
Jewish youth in all places, high and low, are strength-
ening their traditional ties every day. Rachel Dash is a
clear example of that
While we do not doubt the urgency of the message
the pessimists are delivering, we must at the same time
not turn an unyieldingly deaf ear to the optimistic mes-
sages, too.
Doing it Otherwise
As agreement seems to come closer all the time on
the Soviet Jewish emigration issue, it seems fitting once
again to wonder whether the method warrants the result.
Could it all not have been done otherwise?
At the same time that the world is being told that Israel
is the culprit behind the high price of oil the world is also
being told that the U.S. Congress, the President, individual
Senators and the Soviet Government have been involved
in protracted discussions over emigration rights for Soviet
Jews.
In fact. U-S. Sen. Henry Jackson (D.. Wash.) has ac-
quired something cA an international status as singular
bargaining agent for American and Soviet Jews between
the White House, Capitol Hill and Moscow.
But the truth is thert the issue is not Jewish emigration.
but free emigration generally.
It ought not to be a question just of Jews who want to
leave Soviet oppression, but of any Russian.
That is what the distinauished novelist Alexandr Sol-
zhenitsyn argued for before he was thrown out oi Russia.
And what the distinguished physicist Andrei Sakharov is
now arguing for at the very moment that a "Jackson-Mos-
cow" agreement is on the verge of being announced.
This may be a coming together of events we may well
regret in the long run. It could, it should, have been done
otherwise.
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n to his economic summit
eriee that an a :
10-cer.t federal tax be imposed
it)i : re*% 1
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ly. tbere wasnt one of I
nine this time.
VOTER APATHY was doci
mer.tcd in a Census Bureau study
of non-voters after the 1972
election. Skepticism towan!
eminent officials or hostility to-
ward politicians ranked high. B it
so did complaints about Ion?
l.r.es at the polls, unwillincne**
or inability to take time off from
work, distance to the voting
jnrl a-orted other harass-
ment*, real and imagined.
What it added up to was a
decline fran 63.1 percent vho
voted in 1960 to 36.6 percent in
1972 and for off year elect ion-
like this one from 463 percent
in 1962 to 43.8 in 1970. From all
eeseata, across :h<> nation, in-
cluding Honda. 1974 will even
be worse.
WE HAVEN'T even 2iven a'l
the callit factors. The stati-
t:c* rrted above are based on reg-
istration figure? which tell u
only a little more than half th"
In Dade Count*/, for ii-
-tance. there are 580.771 rm
tercd voters but it is estirru'cJ
that, in ?!!. clo*e to 950.000 ar*
- almost 400.000 dn':
eves care to be registered.
And all of this dieo*.iraei*"1
fact despite ;nmt siznif'tcant Su-
preme Court deeisions on re*i-
dency requirements and the Ci'-
i! Risht* Act which made votin?
eligibility simpler for millions
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and ;ni ejr it hi isa of apathetic
will care I. i that a democracv
v < they never really thought
atKHri no !on2r esista
I may not have |use into this
gloomy discourse there were
a- 1 hav Stated, some pood
thin-^i that came out of this
latest election were it not for
tiie chilling effect of an ad that
the Republican candidate for
Goi 11 nor came up with on the
heels of the election
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that QSv. Askew i= "soft on
crime' or approves "the open
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electorate.
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norc the fact thai fa>J4/e to
for the decent and [food -
they are on the ^-''l'11
timewill in the Ion? run or
dj ill down.
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*Jenirt Meridian
Friday, October 1]^
Terrorist Says Lebanon Knows All...
By XtTZHAK SIIAROIL
TKL AVIV (JTA) A capture I terrorist who admitted he
was on a mission to seue t)Mta|Bl in Israel said on a television
interview that the Lebanese authorities and army are fully aware
oi terrorist movements in southern Lebanon and could stop them
at any time if they so desired.
Haleo Mahmoud Yassin, 28, who comes from the Lebanese coas-
tal town of Tripoli, was captured by Israeli forces during a skirmish
near Fassouta in Upper Galilee last month in which two of his
companions were killed.
Yassin, a member of Naif estine appeared on the Arabic
Hawatn-eh's Popular Democratic television broadcast.
Front lor the Liberation of Pai- HE *AID that he and his
fellow terrorists infiltrated into
ie! under orders to capture
hostages and hold them for the
release of terrorists in Israel
jails.
He said their orders were to
blow themselves up along with
their hostages should the Israeli
authorities refuse to make the
exchange. They were also order-
ed to kill anyone who tried to
Intel fere with their mission,
Yassin said.
According to Yassin, terrorists
come and go at will in southern
Lebanon despite tiie fact that
the region is a mi.itary area,
heavily patroled by the Lebanese
army which knows of the terror-
ists' movements and could stop
them from entering Israel.
HE SAID that he and his com-
panions passed through Leba-
nese villages in broad daylight, in
f .11 view >! soldiers and civilians
a ho knew their identity.
Police meanwhile identified an
Arab laborer killed when a bomb
exploded in an Egged bus as a
...But Israel Feels PLO Endangers Lebanon
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Israel declared here that the
Lebanese government was being
imperiled by the same terrorist
"murder squads" for which
"pressure is being brought to
tear" on the current United
Nations General Assembly "to
accord some kind of standing"
in the Assembly.
In a letter to Secretary Gener-
al Kurt Waldheim, Israeli Am-
bassador Yosef Tekoah cited a
statement on Sept. 11 by Ka/em
Khali], the Lebanese Justice
Minister, that "it is not just that
the Palestinians should conquer
a small country like ours and
turn us into a scapegoat."
TEKOAH I'KEl AC El> his
statement with a review of new-
efforts by the terrorist groups
to infiltrate Israel from their
bases in southern Lebanon to
carry out missions of sabotage,
kidnap and murder.
Tekoah declared that "even
Jamal Jumblatt, a well-known
Lebanese politician and strong
supporter of the terrorist organ-
izations, found it necessary to
declare, as reported in the Beirut
daily. Al Hayat on Sept. 17, that
"I regret that some of the fed-
ayeen in the south are not im-
plementing the clear orders and
instructions of several months
ago to withtiiavv from the vil-
lages.' "
T-koah cited the discovery on
the eve oi \om Kippur oi two
Bank Insists It's
Alive and Kicking
(Continued from Page 1-A)
A leh Handler, a director of the International Credit Bank and
its London manager that:
"The oank is functioning normally, of course. There was
never a moment when it did not do so. There is. in fact, no
direct connection 1-etween the bank and the investment corpora-
tion which was having liquidity problems.
"A number of steps have Ixen taken and arrangements are
nearing completion, to ensure full liquidity for the corporation
as well. The bank itself never had such problems."
THE TIMES of London reported from Frankfurt that the
West German Hessische Landesbank Giroientrale (Helaba)
would provide a "sufficient" credit line to the International
Credit Bank of Geneva should the Swiss bank needs the funds,
The West German bank holds a 36.4 percent interest in
the Geneva bank.
Helaba's vice chairman, Karl Claus, was quoted as saying
that rumors of the Swiss bank's difficulties had not affected its
business "because of its good liquidity position."
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breaches of the border at which
footprints of terrorists leading
from Lebanon into Israel and
back to Lebanon were found.
HE REPORTED that the
terror squad left at one of the
breaches weapons, ammunition
and leaflets, in Arabic and He-
brew, demanding the release of
10 persons imprisoned in Israel
for terrorist activities.
He said one of the names was
that of Archbishop Hillarion
Capucci, now on trial in Israel
on charges of involvement in
supplying weapons to terrorists.
He said the leaflets were
signed in the name of El Fatah.
On Sept. 8, he reported, the
Zarlt area was shelled from
Lebanese territory, and on Sept.
11, an Israeli patrol north of
Zarit was attacked by automatic
rifle fire from across the Leba-
nese border.
"These criminal attacks."
Tek >ah declared, "demonstrate
time and again that the Pales-
tinian murder organizations in
Lebanon maintain what is in fact
a regime of their own completely
unfettered in its odious opera-
tions."
HE SAID Israel was defend-
ing and would continue to defend
the lives of its citizens "by
taking appropriate measures
BgailMt the murder organiza-
tions."
He added that the Lebanese
government "which permits the
terror activities to continue on
and from Lebanese territory,
must bear sole responsibility for
the consequences of this situ-
ation."
member of an.
< laza.
They said that v .. j
23. died when the boi
ti nded to leave in thelfe' a
central -bus ti
prematurely as his
workers from Gaza erite
Aviv.
Hilmi was employed in then
gat age in Gaza A
home there yielded a quutfi
of potash, the chemica] ba in the manufacture oi exploihe
police said.
ANOTHER TERRORIST
I>ect. Ahmed Mouhamed Vast!
30. was arraigned before a n
tary tribunal m Nablui
charge of membershl
National Palestinian y
military arm of the Palestinian
Communist Party.
According to the charse. Yu.
sin, who was employed as a dtj
engineer in Nablus, undercal
training near Moscow for acted
sabotage to be carried out
Israeli territory.
The prosecutl >n cmter,ded
that Yassin was recruited by fix
NPF in 1971 and was sent to
the Soviet Union the folknri
year to participate in an in-
stitute on Marxist-Leninist l
trines attended by 250 youth
from all over the world, inch-
ing several others from the Is-
rael-administered territories,
In addition to the itudl Ik
youths were sent to a camp new
Moscow for training in the ust
of firearms and explosives, fjst
aid and techniques f.ir resisting
the dispersion of
the prosecution -
Yassin's trial will begin in
few weeks.
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*Jewisti Fkrkiiajn
Pag 7-A
Jordanians
Cold To
Terrorists
Continued from Page 1-A
shelled t*-e Israeli Arab settle- ]
ment of Ne'ot Hakikar.
Jordanian soldiers have been,
seen patrolling trie east side of
the Jordan Valley in recent days,
.1: -r.tly on the ook-out for
te.Turists.
The terrorists, who claim to
represent all Palestinians, have
already created a rift between
; and Syria on one hand
and Jordan on the other.
King Hussein of Jordan re-
:n=t week to participate
in an Arab League conference in
which recognized the
-;ine Liberation Qrganiza-
I I < : as the sole representative
1 Palestinian Arabs.
The PL" '. headed by Kl Fatah
yasir Arafat, is the
anization of several
i, 1 groups based in Lebanon
tia.

BIT AHMED Yamani. a
m for the Popular
1 for tl-.e Liberation of
stine, announced in Beirut
p was pulling out
: < executive conunit-
1 -. -r again=t PI.' i's
t<

lj iess to partici] ate in
. peace talks,
said that two other
ents, the Popular
for the l.iheiation of
leneral Command and
1 e iraquBponoxad Aral) Libera-
tion Front would also announce
their withdrawal shortly.
The three groups have been
urging the PLO to break off
v. ith President Anwar Sadat of
Egrpt and join ranks with Arab
slates such as Iraq and Libya
which are adamantly opposed to
any peace settlement with Israel.
MKAYWHtLE, Sadat declared
in Cairo that Egypt and Syria
would reject any Middle East
settlement that did not restore
the rights of the Palestinians.
Addressing the National As-
sembly and the Arab Socialist
lnj 11 Sadat -said, "We are ready
to .< all possible means to reach
tive thac the Israelis with-
from cveiy irc-li of oc-
cupied Arab territory."
tire parliamentary session was
I to mark the fourth an-
n:\grsary oi the death of the
lat$ President Gamal Abdel Nas-
EgyQL
Talmud Class On
Marriage Offered
The Adult Education Commit-
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' announces its Fall and Winter
1 1.-- sessions beginning at South
Dane Tuesday evening and Coral
Way Thursday, Oct. 17.
At South Dade, Rabbi Sol
Landau will hold a special 9-10
p.m. class on "Marriage in the
Talmud." The class will actually
study the material from the
English translation of that trac-
I tate as published through the
1 (f National Academy of Adult Jew-
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Registration is open to the
community at large for a nom-
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of brochure or registration that
evening. The course will be offer-
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Bacardi Exhibit Opening
Artist Elaine Ehrenkranz will
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the Bacardi Art Gallery Oct. 15
through Oct. 25. She will be
showing recent oil paintings and
stone sculpture completed within
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Friday. October \\, \%n
REHAVIM ZEEVI NAMED
. RtHAYW Z1IVI NAIWW
Religious Leave Policy Criticized Top.nanking General wm
The Anti-Defamation LeaRtic
of B'nai B'rith made a special
appearance before the Dado
County School Board last week
to bring to the Board's attention
the numerous complaints the
Lea ue haa received from Jew-
ish teachers who will suffer fi-
nancial loss for taking more
than two days leave to observe
trie Rosh Hashana and Yom Kip-
pur holidays.
Noting that considerable and
understandable confusion existed
among teachers and supervisors
regarding the leave policy, Ar-
thur Teitelbaum, ADL regional
director, called upon the School
B >ard to determine if it could
properly reimburse Jewish teach-
ers who took more than two
days leave during the recent
holiday period.
THE ADL aiso urged the
Board "to attempt to assure
thai the school system's new
leave policy honors Individual
rights to freedom of re'h lous
expression I y not being need-
restrictive, while, of
course, being consistent with our
country's Constitution, and the
b etary and administrative
Irements of the school -.

The confusion for teachers re
suited from both a Federal
Court ruling on a suit against
the original policy and an almost
simultaneous amendment of the
policy by the Florida State Leg*
islature,
The court decision liberalized
the original policy by allowing
up to ten days for "religious
leave." The decision received
publicity in the newspapers.
THE LEGISLATURE, how-
ever, in a decision which until
.ecentl..' went unnoticed by the
court and those involved in the
suit, changed the state law re-
garding leave policies for teach*
era,
The change eliminated the
category of "religious leave"
and substituted a formula which
allows only two days for "per-
sonal leave."
In its presentation, the ADL
noted that during the -Jewish
1 olidays, many religiously ob-
servant Jewish teachers, acting
in good faith, thinking they had
as many as ten days for religious
leave and not knowing of the
new leave policy, which allow s
only two days for personal leave,
took more than the two days."
Despite the acknowledgment
Sharon Confident
Israel Stronger
Than in 73 War
NEW YORK Gen. Arik Sharon. Israel military hero ol
the Yom Kippur War, now on a visit to this country as a guest
of the Zionist Organization of America, said here at a press .(in-
ference that Israel is now militarily strong enough to decisively
defeat the Arab armies if war breaks out, and to defeat them on
the scale of Israel's victory in the Six Day War.
The General said that Israel must only accept a real peace.
with all it implies about open borders, diplomatic and trade re
lations, and not a paper peace. He rejected settling for a state
of "non-belligerency."
"I KNOW what peace means," Gen. Sharon said. "I do not
know what non-belligerency means."
He said, however, that he does not believe that the Arabs
are ready for i>eace. Israel must therefore be prepared to
defend itself.
Sharon made it clear that Israel must retain the entire
West Bank and the Gaza Strip. Regarding the Sinai, he said
there are ways of reaching an agreement with Egypt However,
he also made it clear that Israel must retain Sharm el Sheik
and the adjacent territory,
He also said that Israel must insist on a short front line
with Egypt, of no more than 100 miles length, and must also
retain the oil wells in the Sinai from which it now obtains 60
percent of its oil requirements.
GENERAL SHARON expressed his concern that the United
States might be encouraging false Arab hopes that Israel could
be forced to give back all the territory gained in the Six-Day
War. Be warned that Israel would under no circumstances give
up territory it considered essential to its security and existence,
Gen. Sharon warned against the United States pressuring
Israel too far. Such pressure could trigger a new outbreak of
war in which the Arabs would lie totally defeated. In I heir dis-
appointment, the Arabs would then again turn to the Soviet
Union and bring the Kremlin back to the Middle East in force,
something which the United States surely wants to avoid.
Gen. Sharon said that notwithstanding differences of opin-
ion, all Israelis will be united if the security and existence of
the state would be endangered. Everyone in Israel will be ready
to fight for the existence of the nation.
Extremists Promise to Quit
Fighting Over Arab Lands
JERUSALEM (JTA) Moked, the leftwing Knesset
faction, and the militant Orthodox Emunim bloc have agreed
not to settle their differences by street brawls.
. The leaders of both camps met here a week ago and decided
that it was better to talk than to fight.
TIIK EMUNIM demand unrestricted Jewish settlement in
the administered territories in defiance of government policy,
while Moked insists that the Arab lands be returned to the
Arabs. A clash between the two factions was narrowly avoided
several days before Yom Kippur when police prevented a group
backed by Emunim from going to Jericho on the West Bank
and dispersed anti-settlement forces grouping to attack the
would-be settlers,
by several members of the
Board that the teachers were
not adequately informed about
the change in policy, the Boards
attorney advised that there
would i-e no legal way for the
Board to reimburse those teach-
ers who took more than two
days leave for personal (reli-
gious) reasons.
,Kliii.I'.ai M n t!'
Board to 51 nd a resolution to
the legislature, callin : upon it to
,,,,.,,: recent!; adopted
instructional personnel leave pol-
Icj formula, with the objei live
of making the leave 1 "hey more
flexible, so thai it provides suf-
ficient personal leave days to
meet the needs ol religiously ob-
servanl teachers of all faiths to
ite their hoi;, days with-
out the penalty ol loss of
w ages."
He state.; thai a I litional per-
sonal leave days so be
consistent ith both the letter
and s- iril ol Federal civil rights
laws, "which call for empl ><
to mak reasonable aco mmoda-
liens to the needs oi
employees."
The School Board voted to
I si one the 1 otter for ft rther
ration at a special meet-
ins: derate ; 1 I e B<
on It is
Command Anti-Terror Activity

K% YITZHAK SIIARGIL
TEL AVIV fJTA) A
high ranking Israeli general will
direct the nation's war against
ists from the Prime Minis-
ter's Office.
Thai la believed to be the
natUlli Oi the assignment given
i;,. ,,, n. lie;....an Zeevi whose
Intmoitt as special advisor
to Premier Yitzhak Rabin was
approved by the cabinet.
THE OFFK IAI. communique
announcing his appointment said
only that he would a Ivise the
Piemier in certain spheres. But
his primary task will be to
coordinate the battle against tor-
roi-ists whose activities have in-
ied in recent : ks, Cabinet
sources said.
Zeevi, known to his friends as
Gandhi," was formerlj Com-
mandei ol the Central Ft nl ind
later h. 1 a top post at General
Headquarters.
He has a record of effective
an I has
alv a I to< ture 01 le
alive.
Experience has shown thai
captured terrorists in\ uiably
j icld .iformation val tabl m
[oiettaUing later terrorist
THE NEED tor a spc ail.
visor on terrorism to the
Minister has been long fe
mer 1 1 emier Golds Meir
on Army intelligence 1
Aharon Yariv for that
Variv, who is now [nfoi itk>n
Minister in Rabin's Canine aid
in a radio interviev 1 n,e
recent wave of terror cou del-
Initely l>e regarded as an
i ;ed wave, timed to
with the Palestine Libm ition
1 irganizal Ion's drive f< 1
gtal s at the UN Gene 1 As.
sembly.
The increase >f tcrroi ac-
tivity this month also ha
attributed to Israel's pol oi
permitting summer vis by
Arabs frt m neighboring oun-
tries an I allowing Aral Is-
raeli teriitory to \
states
IN ins radio inti
praised the alertnes t lie
:i In thwat ling tei
.....i in-
tin 1 lion.
"WHERE SAFETY
IS PARAMOUNT"
Since our first bank was established almost 25
years ago, we have practiced our motto: "Where
Safety is Paramount". Financial conditions or fis-
cal conditions nationally and internationally
make it important for all of us to handle our fi-
nances and investments conservatively.
To suggest that an individual transfer funds from
a bank checking account in order to secure inter-
est, is something that needs looking into. There is
a place for both types and our banks have them.
We pay a pretty good interest rate on three
types of savings and have free checking accounts
for senior citizens.
Peoples Downtown National Bank
117 NE. First Avenue
Miami, Florida
Peoples First National Bank
of Miami Shores
N.E. 2nd Avenue at 93th Street
Peoples American National Bank
of North Miami
N.t IIS St. at 10 Ave.
Peoples First National Bank
of North Miami Beach
North Miami Beach
Weit Dixit Highway at 160th $.
Peoples National Bank of
Commerce, Miami
N.W. 71 it, Si. at ) J. d AatM
Peoples Liberty National Bank
of North Miami
N.W. 7 Ave. at 13S St.
Peoples Hialeah National Bank
Hialeah
15S0W. 14 Street
Total Resources in Excess of $ 172,000,000.00
Members: Federal Reserve System
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Executive Committee
Leonard Usina. Chairman Agnes Barber-Blake Frank Wilier Roland Stafford
Edna Bell Matt Walsh Bill Byrd Wilma Berent Christine O Connor
Julian B. Frix Anthony Gockirui Dr. M. A. Schotman
J. N. Lummus. Jr. John H. Mercer
Dr. H. Roger Turner
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Friday. October 11. 1974 JWJg nerkHa* **?* *
*^eumoitr ^Tj. a^leb
man
Anthologies and Selected Stories
I
"CELHl TED STORIES" of I.L. Peixtz. edited
and w:th an introduction by Irving Howe and
Eliezer Greenberg (New York. Sehocken Brooks,
$6.93. 159 pages i is an excellent represen-
tation of the works of one of the three giants
of Yiddish literature.
The stories of I.L. Peretz (1S52-19151 are
: as widely known as those of Sholom
Aleiohem or Mendcle Mocher Sforim. This is a
fortune because Peretj presents a broader
perspective <>f religious-folk tradition of Bast
European Hfe than the other two.
the Introduction by the editors In-
cludes a biographical sketch of Peretz whose
family is presumed to be of Sephardic origin.
Peretz was a true "maskil," but he never forgot
his early orthodox training.
When he was 20 years old. he rejected Yid-
... a mere jargon." He attained fame as
the i igure "1 Yiddish culture in Poland
v (.on he was 40. His reverence for piety, which
h, ".id not observe, included an interesting ap-
.(.. Has! lism. Ho was neitiier a hasid nor
a mithnagkl.
:;. lated the deeds of some Hasidic
rebbes but not their religious attitudes. The
excellent translations of the stories were by
people. The stories are inimitable.
"FIKsT FBI ITS": A ha: vest of 25 Years
of Israeli writing, with an introduction by James
Mkhener and forward by Chaim Potok (Green-
wich. Connecticut. A Fawcet Premium Book,
$1.75, 431 pages i is an anthology by Is-
raeli's great literary figures. Not all the authors
are sabras and the Jewish religious, as con-
tiasted to the national Israeli content, is greater
among those born "rhutz Taretz."
Micht ner justifies Israel's existence on two
achievements: life enrichment and land re-
clamation.
He adds that he is a kibbutznick at heart.
He praises many phases of Israeli life but
stresses that there are two major delinquencies:
the lack of attention, except by writers, to Is-
rael's relationships with the Arab world and
the failure to absorb the "Sephardi Asiatics"
into the national life.
DANIEL WALDEN of Pennsylvania State
University edited "On Being Jewish" t Fawcett
Premium Book. $1.75, 480 pages) obviously
made this collection for academic use as a
course in Jewish literature.
The anthology is confined to writings of
Jewish authors who documented Jewish life in
America. Included in this cross-section of writers
are Abe Cahan. Henry Roth. Maxwell Boden-
heim. Ludwig Lewisohn. Herbert Gold. Bellow
and many others. Some of them are unknown
to the modern generation.

dc.rl ^Alpcrt
Common Ground for Arab and Jew
Haifa
YL'llEN Mrs. Sana Hadawi, an Arab housewife
from the Wadi Nisnas quarter of Haifa,
meets with Mrs. Ruth Carmeli of Kiryat Sprin-
zak to exchange and explain recipes for kibbe
and for tzimmes respectively, they are putting
into practical effect a goal projected in 1963 at
the opening of Bet Hagefen, Haifa's Arab-
Jewish Cultural and Community Centre.
The goal, as expressed by Baheej Khleif at
the time was: To foster friendship between
Arabs and Jews and to educate for mutual
understanding and tolerance not by preaching,
but by creating social and cultural activities of
common interest.
TODAl" SEVERAL thousand residents of
Haifa, Arabs and Jews, meet on the common
pro.md of the complex of buildings which com-
I rise Bet Hagefen. The weekly women's circle
where Mrs. Hadawi and Mrs. Carmeli chat is
but one of numerous club and group activities
for adults and youth alike.
They range from Arab theater and Arab
orchestra which cater exclusively to Arabs
to a large bridge club, which attracts only Jews
- to varkftia sports, sculpture classes, library,
language classes and dance lessons in which the
partieipaticfri is mixed.
Lul c *n the "cxclus'vc" hn>j are crossed
Director of the new Arab theatre is a theatrical
professional from Russia, only six months in
Israel.
THE LIBRARY has about 15,000 books, al-
most equally divided between volumes in Hebrew
nd Arabic. Most frequent patrons seem to be
high school students who use its well-stocked
reference shelves, or find its quiet reading room
ideal for study. Most worn books on the shelves
appeared to be the encyclopedias.
Sixty percent of the members of Bet Hage-
fen are Arabs. Many of the conservative Arab
families are still reluctant to let their girls come
to the Center, especially evenings. It's not the
proper thing for an Arab girl to do.
Laura Tabarani, an attractive Italian
Christian who is married to an Arab, and serves
as secretary to the house director, has gradually
been winning the confidence of many of those
Arab families. Laura promises she will keep an
eye on the girls and she does.
SOME JEWISH families dbjeel to the whole
project on the grounds that this kind of social-
ization will lead to inteimarriage. None of the
veteran house staff to whom I sitnke could re-
member any such cases, though they knew of
Jewish-Arab couples, previously married, who
had found Bet Hagenfen a congenial place for
their recreational and cultural activities, with-
out social stigma.
IKoLcrt ^5ccjal
w
The Fad is Still Very Clear: K
The PWr'Do the Starvin
rpo Tire credit of Henry Kissinger, it is he who has taken
the lead in urging the U.S. to participate in plans to set up
a world food reserve.
His initiative is credited also with In Iping to make possible
the international conference on the fowl crisis, set for Rome in
November.
WHEN THERE assemble in Rome those who know most
about crops and drought, population growth, hunger and the
thn Bts of science to bring forth more food on an over-dwi-idling
land area, may the admonition set down in Deuteronomy be
itself a guest at the conference:
If there is a needy person among you, one of your
kinsmen, in any of your settlements in the land that the Lord
your God is giving you, do not harden your heart and shut your
"hand against your needy kinsman. Rather, you must open your
hand and lend him sufficient for whatever he needs."
the facts are put before us nearly every day in a
variety of ways. Among our elderly the more than 20 n n
who are 65 and ofer the consumption of food marketed
for and labeled for cats and dogs is clearly on the mere... e in
the VS. Set down in print, this shocks and perhaps angers.
Well. then, is It loss shocking to be reminded that ha I i t
the world's 3.7 billion men. women, and children are constantly
hungry? And if, as now predicted, the global population rises
to more than 7 billion by the .'.ear 2000, will any come forward
to say that added billions will not be starving?
I hear always the dreadful ticking of the biological
ck&" says Norman Borlaug who, in 1970, won the N
pea his extraordinary efforts to bring the fi lits
of his wheat research to the "agricultural backwaters ol the
world."
In "Taring Starvation," the new biography of Borlaug, an
fowan oi Norwegian ancestry, this hungei fighter points out that
five births are now recorded in the world every two seconds.
It is too lat to express irritation about huge profits made
by In-the-know Americans when our wheat was hurried to
Russia, Too late to be wrathful over the news that bread now
selling for 10 cents a loaf in Moscow costs perhaps GO cent!
here and gives grim promise of going much higher. That damage
is irreparable.
uft
Who Remembers Today
Might Thai Was Carthage?
'"itl'NICH" PROVED in our
time that appeasement will
hardly lead to peaceful solution.
At Munich in 1938. a small pro-
gressive state relying on the
strength of a highly efficient
army and on the enthusiasm of
the whole population gradually
was dismantled and subsequently
destroyed with the great
world powers paying lip-service
to democracy but by their cal-
lousness abetting aggression.
IN 150 B.C.. Roman Senator
Cato categorically demanded
Jewish Job Experts Examining Employment Problems
TOB-SEEKING Jewish college graduate who come to the Mon-
** treal Jewish Vocational Service seeking "socially significant
work" are being advised to take a fresh look at the business
world as a possible source of such job satisfactions, according
to an official of the agency.
Martin Kasinitz. supervisor of the agency's employment
counseling department, discussed the growing problem of the
"educated end unemployed" Jewish graduate. Kasinitz re[>orted
on the Montreal agency's efforts at the 1973 annual Practicioners
Conference of the Jewish Occupational Council, the umbrella
organization for Jewish job agencies.
THE PROBLEM of such graduates In the United States also
was examined at the conference by David K. Behrend, director
of profesdjma] services at the Northeast branch office of the
Philadelphia Jewish Employment and Vocational Service. He
warned that job placement would be a struggle "for the tidal
wave of college students expecting to graduate througout the
rest of the 1970s."
He asserted that most high school and college graduates
arrived at graduation day with little knowledge of their career
goals and he proposed career education programs as a basic
element of pre-graduation preparation.
Kasinitz reported that many young Jews come to the Mon-
treal JVS with newly-acquired bachelor degrees, particularly in
the areas of sociology, philosophy, history and related tields. He
said "We are counseling them that while business does not have
Jjen Cyctllol
sfx-ial significance as its main thrust, it is doing socially signi-
ficant things."
HE SAID another point made to such job-seekers is that
"it is possible to identify with the goal of the firm, that it is
possible to participate meaningfully in the conversion of raw
materials to manufactured goods, in the transporting of goods
and materials, and in producing services which are, in their own
way, satisfying and what is more, necessary to our social fabric."
"that Carthage must be destroy-
ed."
From 1956 to 1967. Egyptian
President Nasser repeated his
threat time and again that the
Zionist State must be destroyed
and the Israelis thrown into the
sea."
Nine months ago. the armed
force- of Israel stood at the gates
of Damascus; their guns were
poised at Cairo: they had en-
circled a whole Egyptian army
on the west bank of the Suez
Canal. They had won the war.
But they were losing the peace
when advised by the Big Powers
not to offend the sensibilities of
the nearly vanquished by pur-
suing their victory after having
been attacked on two fronts on
the holiest of holidays.
ONLY HUMILITY, our friends
warned the Hebrew people,
could create an aura of peace
and tranquility. Today, the
national existence of the State
of Israel once more is threaten-
ed by seven neighbors with a
territory a thousand-fold the
size of the Hebrew country and
a population of more than 50-
to-1.
A comparison with the history
of antiquity is inevitable! The
army of Carthage twke was at
the gates of Rome; tricked into
voluntary withdrawal, the Car-
thaginians of old were forced to
disarm and were later destroyed.
Th Carthaginians, a civilized
people of Phoenician origin, had
settled at the northernmost edge
of Africa in an area now known
as Tunisia. Small in numbers,
they displayed ambition and in-
genuity by building ships.


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+Jenist Fhrid/lar
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olumnist Beats a 'Dead Horse9 Senate Nixes Move
To End Oilionaire
[TOR, Tli<> I read with misgivings Lc>
pftrl (mie1- ',:' ">e "
dh and' wondered when he
wake from his "hate dream"
[commence to write on mat-
other c:.an his magnificent
lesion with Nixon.
these days of stress, strain
ipiclon he could, for in-
Ice. apply himself to the
fv problems confronting us
Jews and as Americans, in-
|d of continuing, metaphoric-
s|>eal HAVE heard complaints
\- many that he Ls bent on
ro ing and tearing down im-
lant |>eople in the nation,
|ns the suspicion that he is
to enhance his own stat-
-
ir-rvrrrsry-'
OUR
READERS
WRITE
"Let Thy Words Be Brier
Kohtleth (Ecdcsidstes)
t
ure by downing others.
For instance, he refers in his
article to William Buckley. Jr.,
as "the Flying Trapezj" and to
our Secretary of State, Dr.
Henry Kissinger as "a messen-
ger I ny."
Mindlin speaks of the Nixon
pardon as an injustice. I would
like t suggest that if he con-
.- ilts the dictionary the foremosl
mea dng of thi term Justice is
fairness and is not synonymous
with retribution or punishment.
WHAT MIGHT be severe pu-
nishment to one for a given of-
fense might be considered just
an incident to someone else in a
different station or position.
Hate sometimes blinds our
reason and. knowing Mr. Min-
dlin, : would plead with him to
divest himself of hate generally
and commence to wiite with
love in his heart.
LEON' J.
Miami
ELL
RP Close to Joining Coalition
By GIL SEDAN'
CRUSALEM (JTA)
National Reiigior:; Party
orted to be considering
loffer by Premier Yitzhak
l:i that it Join !;Ls coalition
Jinrnent without pre-condi-
|ie offer reportedly included
mise that the issue of con-
li'ms will be taken up by a
lia! ministetial committee
would be established as
as the NRP enters the
toet.
Wil.vs offer does not
the status quo on religious
I Karlier this year, the
11 the Cabinet of for-
|i emier Golda Meir on the
isis di spite bitter opposi-
pfrom the Chief Rabbinate
'ithodox circles abroad.
|t mounting pressure from
jnts within its own ranks
:..e Mil' from joining the
government without a res-
ell of the "Who is a Jew"
>\ersy.
or Party circles say the
is now ready to join if the
terial committee is author-
It') suspend the registration
iterant converts pending a
^decision.
Independent Liberal Party
b prepared to go along with
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Rabin's latest offer. But it will
oppose the registration freeze in
the ministrial committee, ILP
leader Gideon Hausher said.
THE POSITION of the Citi-
zens Rights Movement. Rabin's
other coalition partner, remained
uncertain.
Its |i a |i p, Shulamit Aloni. has
threatened to quit the govern-
ment if the NRP pins. But there
are indications that she too may
be satisfied with Ralin's latest
a roach.
.Meanwhile, the possibility of
the NRP entering the coalition
government has divided Mapam,
the party which along with the
Laboi Partj makes up the Laix>r
Alignment.
While veteran Mapam leaders.
Meir Talmi and Naltali Feder,
appear to favor the inclusion of
the NRP, opposition is coming
from young Mapam members,
who are demanding certain con-
ditions. Mapam youth are op-
posed to the freeze on converts
noting that this might under-
Bank Problems Worsen
Israel's Economic Situation
Continued from Page 1-A
erica and Europe, is believed to
have sustained losses in excess
of S-'O million as a result of the
failure of Rosenbaum's Inter-
national Credit Bank of Geneva.
THE SITUATION was dis-
cussed at length at a Cabinet
meeting where Minister of Com-
merce and Industry Haim Bar-
lev, filling in for Rabinowitz.
announced that he has asked
Treasury officials to draft new
criteria for investments and de-
posits by government and gov-
ernment-sponsored corpoiatlons.
Meanwhile. Michael Tsur,
managing director of the Israel
Economic Corp., has been sus-
pended, and board chairman
Baron Edmund de Rothschild
has reportedly asked Israeli
legal authorities whether crim-
inal action could be brought
against Tsur tor his conduct of
the IKCs affairs.
Tsur said that he would de-
fend his conduct and his it
ment of IEC funds after the
money was recouped or collateral
secured.
HE REFFSED to say how
much money was involved but
Strongly denied that his invest-
ments had been speculative in
nature as alleged in financial
circles here. He refused to
divulge details of the emergency
board meeting called by Baron
de Rothschild.
According to unconfirmed re-
ports, Baron de Rothschild had
ordered Tsur to withdraw all IEC
funds on deposit with the Rosen-
baum bank in the spring of 1973
after learning of Rosenbaum's
financial difficulties.
Tsur complied but subsequent-
ly invested larger sums in Rosen-
baum's bank and other com-
panies controlled by the finan-
cier without the knowledge of the
IEC board, the unconfirmed re-
ports allege.
Classic Competition
Continues At Flagler
Competition in Flayer's $100,-
000 International Classic, the
world's richest greyhound race,
continues Saturday night with
the first of three semi-final
rounds to determine the eight
finalists. .
The championship final, which
is the biggest event of the year
in greyhound racing, is set for
s, urdaj night. Oct. 26. The win-
ning doc will receive S37.5500.
Windfall Profits
mine the democratic principle of
equality under the law.
At a meeting last week with
NRP leader Dr. Joseph Burg and
party secretary Zvi Bernstein,
Mapam MKs Dov Zakin and
Hillel Ashkenazi stressed that
Mapam opjxjses the proposed
registration freeze compromise.
THEV ALSO demanded a
quick decision from the NRP on
its readiness to make territorial
concessions so that negotiations
with Jordan can begin.
Dr. Burg said there must be
no hurry in withdrawing from
the territories and that there is
no need to talk with Jordan at
the same time Israel negotiates
with Egypt.
But. he said, should there be ,
an agreement with Jordan it
must be appioved by a referen-
dum.
The meeting ended in a friend-
ly atmosphere, and there were
indications additional meetings
will be held between the two i
I a;ties.
Continued from Page 1-A
Church measure would accel-
erate economic warfare with the
Arab states.
The views of Mansfield and
Humphrey were supported by
Sen. J. William Fulbright (D.,
Ark.), chairman of the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee
and Sen. James Abourezk (D..
S.D.).
Abourezk warned that the
Church amendment might result
in the Arabs re-imposing their oil
boycott against the U.S.
FILBRIOHT CONCURRED
with Abourezk's view that the
U.S. should exeit more pressure
on Israel to pull out of Aiab
territories. Both Senators con-
tended that withdrawal by Israel
would be the best way to get
oil prices ljwered.
The Senate voted in another
action to cut off U.S. military
aid to Turkey despite arguments
that it might throw Turkey into
t.; A: a ;. ', S >. i >t it:-;>.
The measure, in the form of
an am ndment t i i /. el pi I
le risial ion pro ise i by Sen.
.i- Eagleton (D.. Mo) was
ted by a vote of 57-20.
It" sponsors claimed that
Turkey's use of American weap-
ons in its invasion of Cyprus
had violated U.S. foreign aid
laws.
MANSFIELD warned, how-
eve-, that the move would
alienate Turkey and could force
it into an alignment with the
Soviet Union. It could further
force Turkey into a pro-Arab
role in the Middle East conflict,
he said.
"Up to now Turkey has main-
tained a hands-off attitude in
the Middle East," Mansfield sai.l.
"But the Turks are a Moslem
people and perhaps this might
lea! to a tilt in the Middle
East," he warn I,
Hebrew Cultural Forum Wednesday
The Dade County Hebrew Cul-
tural Forum will open this sea-
son's cultural activities Wednes-
dav at 2 p.m. at the American
Bank. 1200 Lincoln Rd.. MB.
The guest speaker will be the
well known Rabbi Leon Gold-
bergrr who will speak in Hebrew
on "Jerusalem in the History of
Our People," tracing the develop-
ment of Jerusalem since the
kingdom of David to our own
times, and the place it occupied
in the religious, national and
political iife of the Jewish peo-
ple throughout the centuries.
The Forum has prepared an
outstanding program of cultural
activities for the comma winter
seassn. Prominent speakers will
oarticioate at these monthly
r- etings of the Hsbrew Cultural
Forum. All lar >me. Leon
Segal will preside.
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Friday. October 11. 1974

J
LE0_ MINU
Windfall Oil Profits Endanger Free World
(iin11nii.-.I
Irotii r .
,t<..l tow aid
I-A
the
es demonstr;
Arabs.
But al least two things are
clear: la i ii Is doul tful al
Saiull Arabia has s lificient m -
cle to force the othei Aiab co.m-
n ies into ado tin
evate pricing
the iv)ii-.\ l,)l
us thai i'l be able I i
antee Isi "
,i,ai.'s the Ara i piinc! >'.c that
in the end needs no d
in in at all.
And that is that tn tl ig to
the propose l Arab ti a le-off,
lower "il costs foi [sraell with-
drawal, in any case retains the
Arabs" Intentions for the Middle
Bast intad.
THE PETBOPOTENTATE is
not saying that, should Israel
withdraw, the Arabs would then
recognize Israel's existence and
not threaten it again that,
given the fulfillment <>f with-
drawal as a pre-condition for a
induction in <>il costs, there
would no longer be the need for
the U.S. or any other nation to
1m> concerned about Israel's se
curity.
All Yamanl said in Chicago
and Washington was that the
U.S. could then ue Israel's guar-
antor.
The fact is that the U.S. co
be Israel's guarantot la;
ii
that were Amei
is not a .1 i-
'
the Middle t too e i nd
.ii.ee.-. therel
ous.
CERTAINLY, >
nothing to eli I.

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speak in- i'u' Palestinians, who
must ix" free, withdrawal or no
withdrawal, i" do whatever the.;
in tit' ir war against Israel.
Pretty neat.
Ai.it SO, for the promise tn
tedi << the cost ul a barrel i I
nil, \ rail h In all piol ability he
not I Ih an, o... Yamanl
e I nothii
: iry t<> unders
II iitic .'. an !. generally,
fact that the war has al-
:. .. i. in ;un, il w an to undei -
' :: i the new status of Arab
I ower.
PROBABLY tiic best a
mont of that power lies in the
:., : that at fie moment that
tlie bankrupt Italian govern-
ment of Mario Rumor fell the
other day, the Arabs had a re-
ported combined reserve of J60
i iilii n In the World Bank, a flg-
tstimated will be more than
ten times that, or $650 billion,
! L980, a scant five years
I ice,
Additional! it is esl
the oil-product rs may net a
total ^1 $100 I illlon in rev
. the r.''. I /em ends, and
tliat cash surpluses beyond that
of $40 ti> $5 I billion in
Rallv Demands End
To Persecutions
By YITZHAK RAW
NEW YORK UTA)
About 70 persons, national Jew-
ish leaders among them, gather-
ed behind u symbolic prison
fence at the Isaiah Wall facing
t .. United Naiioi a to protest
'-t the "impris' nment" ol
,ii Jews,
the i. sponsored
i' nfei. ik.....! i residents
Mj ,.! Ame lean Ji
:ation lied on tl e
g eminent to en I
. ion n and
: ..ii .1 WS
igral
H (Bl i-ii EL Miller, chaii
man Pti tidents Confei -
said h W ill was
; : h tite of the prol
i S/.ian Fi n
.
UN G
SOS lull.
i. e ant I '<. Khadam to
: that Amei i :ans of i
race and i l< n ari pi to
i i.! re .' I that S; ria's Jew ish
inity is i Ing systematic-
allj dest oye i by the Damasc
e," Rabbi Miller said.
He read messages from Sen.
Jacob K. Javits IR,, N.Y.) and
former U.S. Attorney General
Ramsey ("lark.
Ja\ its' message declared,
"This nation must raise its
voice to arouse the conscience
of the world to the plight of
Syrian Jewry .and the dire nee, s-
gity to relieve their pitiable con-
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remain silent."
CLABK, who said he had
learned of the condition of
Syrian Jews ;is a delegate to
tnc International Conference for
the Deliverance of Jews in the
Middle Easl last summer, de-
i. "Until all Jews wlm wish
to leave IS i ia i are allo \ ed to
do so. until all Jews who wish
to remain are allowed to live in
full enjo ci\ il
lights, w" m si ii ;hl v ith all
of o to let S
Jewrj know thai t1 c. will r.ev r
i.. al me "
I
N. l'.i a] isldei of the
Worm
.; iisn ailed the i
t. :i
"inti 'e ib and
siti al
S ed, !!' S ia, be-
cause of the Arab Israel i
: ..i is not i ea.y to let I
en ins the border to I ael, there
v. ill be other co ml.;. i ea ly to
t them. B it the} must be
allowed to leave at once."
APPEALING to the United
Nations Commission on Human
Rights to intervene to free the
Jews Of Syria. Mrs. Rapaport
said that "the present situation
((instituted a blemish on all man-
kind and the world must find a
way to persuade the government
of Syria to let these oppressed
l>eople go."
in Washington, B'nai B'rith
called on Syria to |iermit Jews
to leave that country for more
hospitable lands if it wants im-
proved relations with the United
States. Dr. William A. Wexler,
honorary piesident of B'nai
B'rith and chairman of its Inter
national Council, said In a letter
to Khadam that mast of the
4,500 Jews in Syria "no longci
see a Jewish future" there.
YET, he sain, not only have
barriers been placed in the way
of their leaving but "restrictions
on earning a livelihood are mak-
ing survival within Syria in-
creasingly difficult."
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Arab funds are likely to be in-
vested In international enterprise
a good deal of it. for exam-
i :e. in real estate vein.:.' ilong
the U.S. cast cast from Florida
to Noiih < arolina.
t ONTBA8TIXG figures show
the potential threat to us i this
I owei. 1 le estimate I $100 bil-
|. n In 191 I Arab <'' reserves
looms like a monster r the
!: .".'. figure of |22 billion.
Edward R. F. Sheehan noted
in the New York Tin -
' i even it the Aral s
undertook to help finance the
ei. at ion and Industrial de-
velopment of an essentially feu-
dal Arab Middle East, "not all
the poor Arab countiles togeth-
e wo ltd be able to absorb the
projected surplus of Saudi Ara-
bia alone.
As Sheehan concludes, it is in-
evitable that Arab oil fortunes
will go west.
T1IK AMERICAN Jewish Com-
mittee Institute of Human Rela-
tions notes that David Rockefel-
ler, chairman of the Chase Man-
hattan Hank, "has his doubts"
whether the Industrialized na-
tions will be able to absorb the
strain <>f the Arab challenge.
On the one ban :. as the li> mor
government collapse amply
warns us, there will be a grow-
inabilitj amon the Indus-
I ted nations to pa. tin Ir cur-
i. t oil I i".l;, lei alone to con-
': .. n
debte Ini to the .'..
ahi ad.
On tli ei hni I, l >.e w ill
: i impa h
I ",t .. ;,
ns we not de-
1 HB B3 are
on thi have n i-
...i, e expli
But this kind oi nonv, in
whi !i the presumably "have-
nots" are now exploiting the
haves," can lead to global con-
sequences far move dire to hu-
manity than capitalism and im-
pel ialism at their worst ever
wreaked anywhere on earth.
A case in |K>int is Roger Tarn-
ra a Labaneae who represents
Kidder, Peabody in Beirut.
There Ls no reason, he argues,
why the Arabs should not con-
trol U.S. companies.
in his view, "We can hire
the best lawyers, the best public
relations people, the best ac-
countants. I think we should
make a major take-over in the
States as a matter of principle."
It takes little foresight to
move from the Lebanese 'lam-
ia/' viewpoint to Sheik Yamani's
in Chicago and Washington,
\ '.ere he cautioned that tha
l.S. specifically, and tjie [ndt .-
tiiali. ed nations generally, will
base to glow accustomed to an
Arab take-over.
"Anil there is nothing," ba
said, "that you can do about if"
'1 he new Arab economic clout
is awn inspiring its cons
quences potentially disastrous ;i
western civilization.
o\< K AGAIN, Jews, by i
i e of the Israel-Arab impasse,
are at the center of a wor I
struggle for poweronce again,
as the., were once before In tl
20th century in the strugg
a.?ainsl Germany and Japan.
i he Ai ai>s, playing to
stands ol resc ve western Mlti
Semitic sentiments, are emphi
sizing this fact, and we must be
steeled, not only to increasing
i \. re- .ions of anti Semitlsm
lii.'. e. but also to the perversion
of the truth that without Israel
none ol the problems resulting
fiom Arab oil-pricing policies
would have arisen.
As I noted in a column he. j
last week, even so sophisticate I
a commentate] as Erie Sevare;d
has taken to advancing this
view.
IT IS akin to the fraud t
we entered World War II t >
save the Jews from Hitler.
The fact is that the threat
Arab take-over has little if a
thing to do with Israel. It has
in with p.'i I western greed tl
the cum ii* greed of the Ara
a': i v. nil the presenl Ami 11
inti lei I id inability, as
a ler of the indusl
to confront the \\
and i
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Friday. October 11. 1974
r
LIGAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 71-22533
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DAMAGES
ON PROMISSORY NOTE
CARNEK : INK I .MIAMI BEACH.
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Island. New York __
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTTFTBD
thai rait for aamaxea on a
iorj Ncii hai lm filed and
commenced "tin and yon are
reaulred u aenre copy ol your writ-
ten di fei ei .' anj to it on LESLIE
ALAN SI Hi Ii* nf I'VI'KN & NE-
VINS LAW OFFICES, attornes
the Plaintiff, whose address is 825
Artl ir Godfrey KohcI. .Miami Beach.
Plor.da MHO. and file the original
a ib the i l< r* ol the above -" ed
curt on or before Nov. 1st I
otherwise a default will be cut-red
attains! you for the relllef prayed (or
In the comolalnl or petition.
This all he published once
each weel for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl-OKIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said courl at Miami. Florida, on this
lOth day ol Sept., 1*74.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
BY: I. AYAI.A
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Attorm y foi Plaintiff
125 Arthur Godfrey Koad
Miami Bi a I Florida M140
7 10/4-11-18
NOTICE O^ ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-27417
IJ>i RE THE M IRRIAGE OF
[NANDO GIRALDO.
Pel
j|a' QIRALD! l.
Respi i- '
TO: M \ ELENA GIRALDO
unh ou n i
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
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Is 101 N.W
12th Av< : ue Miami. Florida
and fill nal with the clerk
of th.' abc v- styh d court i r bi
fore November 1. l'.'Tl. otherwla. a
default will i- entered saainst m
for the rellel demanded In the com-
plain! or i" '
This notici shall he published once
four consei .; Ive weeka
in THE JEM ISH PI ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and 'he seal of
said courl al -Miami. Florida on Ihle
Mth da] of Sepl 1974
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As Clerk, Circull <' irt
; lade County. Fl a
BY: l. AYA1 '
At Deputy Clerk
(Circull Courl .-
AI>< i| F<> K< >S8 RSQUI1
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Atlornev lor Petition)
4-11-18
H
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT oF
FLORIDA. IN AN roR
DADE COUNT-.
PROBATE DIV I
PROBATE NO. 7- 9
In RE: Estate of
LA WREN) k JAMES C
deceasi d.
CITATION (Pubh
THE STATE <>F Fl.oK
To KRISTINE A CAR1
c/o KELLY
5141 Bond .\\
Drexel Hills Pi
and all other person
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tition has been filed
praying for Letters of I
and you are hereby i
your written defenses
thirty days after the f
or postlnK hereof, and
thereof upon petltiol
whose nai ic and addn
KEL &- AVRACH, P .
Road, Miami Beach, ;
If you fail to do BO. lU
entered In due COU1
lion
WITNESS my hand I
of said Court at Mad. I
this JJrd day of Bepti
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by: NAD1NE s .1
Deputy Cli
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the undersigned, deal
in business under the
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the undersigned. d,-si < ngaate
in business under the names
of Sieeal Medical Oro sional
Association; SieKal M heal i roupi
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Highway. Miami. Fla ids to
register said names with Clerk
of the Circuit Court o unty.
Florida.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Or
FLORIDA IN AND FOrl
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-6318
(Judge Dowlino)
In RE: Estate of
i.ollERT L. WATSON,
dece:
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All t redlti is and A! Persons Hav-
Ina Clalma or Demands Against Said
Estate!
You are hereby notified and renuir-
ed to i > lalma and demands
which you may havi ajtalnst the es-
tate of Ri -i BR I- WATSON, deceas-
ed late of Dads County, Florida, to
th. Circull Judiri I Dade County.
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Sectli Florida Sta-
tuti -. In their ofl thi Countv
Courthouse In bade County, Florida.
ndar montha from the
time of the fust publication hereof, oi
me will he barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 2nd
day of 0 i.D 1974
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As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 4th dav of October. 1974.
Robert L. Bloomberg
Attorney for Administrator
717 Seybold Bldg.. Miami. Fla. 33132
10-4-H
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-6036
JOSEPH NESBITT
In RE: Estate of
HARRY BERNSTEIN
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
lna Claims or Demands AKainsi Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to nr. sent any claims and demands
which you may hav against the es-
tate of HARRY BERNSTEIN. d<
ad late Dade Count v. Florida, to
the circuit Judge- of Dade County.
.nd file the same in riunlii ate
on 733 10 Florida Sta-
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i uurtl.....- in Dade County. Florida.
four alei dar n thi from the
ni of the first publication hereof, or
um will bi bai ad
a! Miami. Fli rid i, this 2nd
. ui 11, toi.er. a i. "::
i;i \% : v a BERNSTEIN
1 ENA BERNSTEIN
MARTIN BERNSTEIN
Ai Bxe< utors
notice on
: i-i- da> i 1974.
it. MAND1 BR. SMITH.
' I RKER .v WERNER
me) E>
i oln Rd
Fla
10-4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-6239
JOSEPH NESBITT
In RE: Estate of
1-, iROTHY V. COHEN
deceased_______
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Ali Persona Hay-
ng Claims or Demands Against feald
fi u are hereto notified and reauir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have aKoinst the es-
tate of 1" 'R!''' liV V. COHEN de. eas-
ed late of Dade County, Florida, to
hi Circuit JudKes of Dade Counts
and file the same in duolkate and as
provided in Section 733.16 Florida Sta-
tutes. In their offic-s in the C"Uiitv
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within four calendar months frvm the
time of the flrsi publication her.of. or
me will be barred.
Filed at Miami Florida, this 2,th
day of September A D IOT4.
I o|IS C COHEN.
ETHEL FERNE ROTSTEIN
as Co-Executor>
First publication of this notice on
the 4th day of October. 1S74.
FAUNCE. F1XK & FORM AN
Attorneys for C< -Executors ..
1502 ConKresa Bids:.. Miami. Fla. 33132
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-5212
In RE: Estati ol
>ai;aii ZIMMERMAN
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors and a per* na Hav-
Ina Claims or Demands AjrajMl Be d
You are hereby notified and remiir-
ed to present any claim- and demands
which vou may have aKainst the es-
tate of SARAH ZIMMERMAN deceas-
ii late of Dade County, Florida, to
the Circuit JudKes of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733 16 Florida Sta-
tutes, in their offices in the Countv
Courthouse in Dade Countv. Florida.
within four calendar months from the
lime of the first publication hereof, or
the same will he barred
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 30th
dav of September A.D. 1874
El i; EN F. Hi 'SEN HERG
iiii.ha ROSENBERG
As Executors
Flrsi publication of this notice on
the -iili day of October. 1974.
FRANK I IN D. KKEI TZL.lt.
ESQUIRE
Attorney for Co-Executors
2138 Blscayne Blvd., Miami. Fla. 33137
10-4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-28C36
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE Th- Marriaae of
STEPHANIE SHELNUTT.
Petitioner.
DAVID T BHELNtTTT.
!;> pondenl.
TO: Mi David T. Shelnutt
General Delivery
San Francisco. California
YOU Al E HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Pelition for Dissolution of Mar-
riaKe has bdeii filed aKainst you in
the above cause, and you are reaulred
to serve copy of your Answer to the
Petition on the Petitioner's attor-
ney MARTIN HL1TSTKIN. 1440
N.W. 14-h Avenue. Miami. Florida
SS12S and file the oriKinal Answer
in the Office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Courl on or before the 8th dav of
November, 1974: otherwise a Default
will be entered aKainst you.
DATED it Miami. Florida this 30th
da> of Bepl 1974.
If CHARD P BRINKER.
Clerk of Circuit Court
Miami, Had- County. Florida
By GIXIRIA ELLIS
Dotiutv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
10/4-11-18-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICT'TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrtiiK to eniran
in busll under the fictitious name
of AM: I: It COIFFURES at 6771
Red Boo'. South Miami Florida In-
tends tn r> ci>ter said name with the
Clerk a Circuit Court of Dade
Count \ P
KKCHDES ROMERO
J MAI INKED. E450.
Attoi n .alicant
Si,: l,- rtS BuildiDC
28 W I Street
Miami "3130
:0/4-ll-18-25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-6215
(Judge Dowling)
In RE: Estate of
JENNIE SNEIDER.
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Al! Persons Hay-
ine Claims or Demands AKainst Said
Estate:
You are herebv notified and reaulr-
ed to present any claims and demands
which vou may hav< amtlnsl he es-
tate of JENNIE SNEIDER de eas-
ed late ..f Dade Countv. Florida, to
the circuit Judaea of Dade County.
and file the same In duplicate and as
oro\ Ided In s 7S da Sta-
tutes, In thi !; -1' ''' 'v
; urthouse In 1 le O unn Fli i ds
within four calendar months fn m the
ime .f the first publication her
me :il I a I aired
,- Mil m P!i rlda -li;.- :: ''.h
.-. ntembei AD IOT4.
BJi i; \ I l SNEIDER
\ utor
First publii atloi of this notice on
the 4'h dav of Octi
S SI. \ H v. a GRl'NDWERQ
v for Exi u'c-r
; u Id -.
1132
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-28050
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN 1
ANTI '.'NE I.AMARTIN1ERE.
Husband. Petitioner.
VELMa'u lOGINS PBNERMON
LAMARTINIEKE.
Wife. Respondent
TO: VELMA WIGGINS
PENERMON I.AM A P.TIN I ERE
Yi'l ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a petition for Dissolution of your
MarriaKe has been filed and commenc-
ed in this court and you are required
to serve a copy of your written de-
if anv. to It on DANIEL RET-
YI'K ESQUIRE attorney for Petition-
er, whose address is 1005 ConKress
BuildinK. Ill N E. Second Avenue Mi-
ami. Florida S81S1 and file the oriK-
inal with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before November 8. 1974:
otherwise a default will be entered
aKainst vou for the relief prayed for
in the complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
soth dav of September. 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER, clerk
As Cl.-ik. Circuit Court
Dade Countv, Florida
By < P. COPEI-AND
A- I >, puiv Clerk
iCircult Court Seal*
DANIEL RETTER, ESQUIRE
1005 Conareaa HuildinK
111 N.E. Sec, ,i'l \ v. nue
Miami. Florida 33132
Phone: SSa-6090
Attorney for Petitioner
10/4-11-18-23
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-26085
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: LILLIAN M. MARTIN
Petitioner-Wife
and
JOSEPH T MARTIN
Respondent -Husband
TO: JOSEPH T. MARTIN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an Action for Dissolution of
MarriaKe has been filed aKainst vou
and you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any. to It
on ALBERT W1LENSKY. attorney
for Petitioner whose address is 1104
Concord Bid*. Miami. Florida 33130.
and file the oriKinal with the clerk of
the alM.vo atyled court on or before
October 18th. 1S74: otherwise a default
will be entered aKainst you for the
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FDOR1DIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
11th day of September. 1S74.
(Circuit Court Seal)
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As <1erk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By WILLIE BRADSHAW JR.
As D-nntv Clerk
ALBERT WIIJCNSKY
1104 Concord BldK.
Miami, Fla. 33130
Attorney for Petitioner
/20-i!7 10/4-11
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74-27042
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE l"HE MARRI VGE OF:
LUIS R PEREZ-NAVARBO
) in-band.
v K. PERHSB-NAVARRO
YoT'nora a perez-navarro
last known realdence, 171a Northport
D -. Apt No T. Madison. Wisconsin
-,:!7"4 ; re herel y i otll i d to
copy of your Answer to the Dissolu-
tion of MarriaKe filed aKainst you.
upon husbands attorney. OEORaH
.v.v..o ..- KSQ.. (II N.W. llth Av*
Ui Miami. Florida Mile, and file
oriKinal with Clerk of Court on or be-
fore Nov. nine! 11-74: otherwise the
,.,..,. ,. .,.,'. .-, ,i by vou
l U Mtll day of September.
"wCHARD P BRINKHR. CLERK
BY: 8 l A1.K1ND
Deputy Cli rk
10 4-11-1R--5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO: 74-24252
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
BEN ESS1 -
P Miff.
JOYCE ANN ROBINSON, a/k/a
Jl lYCE ROBINSON,
Defendant
To: JOYCE ROBINSON
,, h a JOYCE ANN ROBINSON
2 Lake Avenue
I'.ro, ion Ni v. York 1471H
TOU IRE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a omplalnt to foreclose a mi I-
b.-ikc m the following described prop-
rty
1 ot u In I of MID-
WAY, Ai ordinal to lha Plat
thereof, r.....riled In I",' Took
li. Paare 109, of the Public Rec-
ord- I I I :'' County, Florida.
-. ,-u by the
p f and vou are ri oulred to
\ py if your Answer or Pli ad-
inK :-,: in- thi Plaln-
... RICHARD ESSEN.
' ,-.-. Build ml Florida
irn orlal al Ai -er or
' dins; Ii offl-ea I
. ult Coi i- fore the Rtb
.- i. mbi "-7 I, thi -' !he
..clan.-- f said Comolalnl will be
by vou and .. De-
ll i. DATE! Mlam Florida thli 27th
Si pti mber, 1974
R CH M.I I BRINKER, CTerk.
i ull ur!
T-. L AYAI.A
itj erk
10 4-11-11-28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREbf GIVEN
'i
thi iiou na me of
HOME SERVICE APPLIANCE at
;7SKi Coral Way, Miami, Fl 33155. i?i-
tenda tii res with the
Clerk of l Clr u.t dun of Dade
Count. Fli
ALBERT A t ;> '1X7
Stephen F. K'-ssler
Al torney for Applicant
1895 S rd Avenue
Miami. Fl
'I, 4-11 '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE |fl HEREBY GIVEN that
the unilerviK-io fl, desiniiK to ciiKUKe
in business under the fictitious name
of CSS Sales SuppIv Co. at 10R5
W 7(th Strct. Hialeah Florida. In-
tends to reaTister said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
Qeorxe UiUKhlin Morrison. OWNER
David M Oonshak
Attorney for Applicant
H/20-27 10/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undcrsiKiied. desiring to ensaKO
In husln-'ss under the fictitious name
of VICTORS CAFE at Dade County.
Florida intends to rei'isti r said name
with the Clerk of thi Circuit Court of
Dade Countv, Florida
FELIX l( AI.HISA. Sole Owner
Sidney Efronson
Atlornev for Applicant
fclnaley liidt Miami
I -17 10 '4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
tLtvEHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND'FOR
DADE COUNTY .i *
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-6382
J. GWYNN PARKER
In HE Estate of
PHILIP KAI IN8KV Tlso known as
PHILIP KOLINSKY
"NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltorsi and All Persona Hav-
Ins Claims or Demands Against Said
You an herebj notlfleA and rpaulp
, ,i t, presi anj claims and demand!
which you mav have aKainst !he es-
!,,!,. ol PHILIP KAI 1NSKY. a k/a
PHILIP KOLINSKY, deceased late of
Dade County, Florida, to the Circuit
Judaea ol Dad< i Minty, and file the
same In duplicate and as provid, d in
ection 7M.K. Florida Statutes, in
their offices in the County Court! nuae
in n.uie i ounty, Florida within four
calendar montha from the time rirsl publication hereof, or the same
piled at Miami. Florida, this -7th
day of September. A D 1074.
HERBERT KOLtu
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 4t!i dav of October. 1U74.
JOSEPH SCHMIER
Atlornev for Executor
BOS Lincoln Road.
Miami Cecil. Florida 3313!. .0.4JI
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CASE NO. 74 25681
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The MarriaKe of
AUDREY PATRICIA .MAZZB.
Wife,
and
CHARLES MAZZE.
Husbapd
TO: CHARLES MAZZE
Brooklyn House of Detention
for Men
275 Atlantic Avenue
Brooklyn. New York
YOU AHE HEREP.Y NOTIFIED
that an Action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed aKainst you
and you are reaulred to serve a copy
of your written defenses. If any. to it
on KWITNEY, KRIKIP ft SCHEIN-
BBRQ, PA. attorneys for Petitioner
whose address Is 420 Lincoln Road.
Sulle 512. Miami Beach. Florida 33139.
and file the oriKinal with the clerk ot
the above styled court on or before
October 23. 1974; otherwise a default
will be entered aaalnst you for the re-
lief demanded in the complaint or pe-
tition.
This notice shall be Dubllshed once
each wi ek for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORID1AN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said ,-ourt at Miami. Florida on this
loth day of Sentembcr. 1974
(Clrt uit Court Seal)
lib HARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade ('ounty. Florida
By ;. rotoli
As Deputy Clerk
KWITNEY, KHoop &
BCHBINBERG. PA.
420 I jncoin Road. Suite 512
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
S/20-27 10/4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF HE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-2490
In HE: EstS.....f
BV BLYN MUND8
ii.,-..,-. d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* H"v-
i--e 'Mns oi Demanda Amunat said
Estate: ,
,,.u an hereby notified and reouir-
ed to present any claims and demand*
which you may have .in;u' at the e-
,.,!.. ,,| EVELYN MINDS deceases]
i,,, 0| Dade Counts Florida, to the
i ii.mi Judaea Dade County, -md
file the sami in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Si lioi l Fli rlda Btatu-
., |n nfflci In the ] i unty
Courthouse In Dade Ci untv. Floi
- In four alendar montha from the
Mine of the fir-i publii atlon here" :.
,,r ihi Ill I- barred
I ,i ml, Florida, ihia Hi
day ..f Si mber A l > 1974.
EMERA1 I- TAYLOR
nistratrlx
Plrst on of this m 'ice on
the Itl 1974
DAVID M tl" 'NSH M<
Attorm \ for Esl ti
1491 N\\ 7tl Streel Miami. Fla
10 4-11-1S-25
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
C1VH. CTION NO 74-26539
IN l.'E- THE v ARP1 Ol OF:
HAROLD T BAMBRICK. JR.
EDNA MAY BAMBRICK
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: EDNA MAY BAMBRICK
30 Willow Courl
Winding Brook Vllhun
EUtti n Maryland
TOU ARE HEREBY NOT!
that an action for Dissolution of
MarriaKe has been filed aKainst vou
and you are required to serve a copy
of vour written defenses, tf any. to It
on FREDERICK B. SPIEHEL. attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose address is
101 NW 12th Avenue. Miami. Florida
Mill and file the oriKinal with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before October 15, 1074: otherwise a
default will be entered acainst vou
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition,
This notice shall be publish, d once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of Bald .our; al Miami. Florida on
this 16th dav of Sept 1974
RICHARD P. BRINKER
A" I'lerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By A. D. WADE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
Frederick It SpieKel. Esq.
lnl NW 12th Avenue
Miami. Ei.n nla 33128
Attorney for Petitioner
9/20-27 10/4-11
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-27685
IN RE: THE MARRIAdK OF:
FREDDIE LEE ROBERTS.
Petitioner.
GLADYS ROBERTS. Respondent.
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: GLADYS ROBERTS
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riaKe has been filed aKainst you and
you are required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses. If any. to It
on DAVID E. STONE attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 101 N.W.
12th Avenue. Miami. Florida 33128.
(305) 324-4555. snd file the oriKinal
with the clerk of the above stvled
court on or before November 1. 1974:
otherwise a default will be entered
aKainst you fcr the relief demanded
in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and (he seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
IStfa dav of Sept.. 1974.
RICHARD P BRINKER.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By WILLIE BRADSHAW JR
As Denutv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
David E. Stone. Esouire
l"l N.W. 12 Avenue
Miami. FL 33128 (324-4565)
Attorney for Petitioner
10/4-11-18-2*


October 11. 1974
vJenisti flcridHar
Page 15-A
issinger Back on Mideast Peace Search
JOSEPH POLAKOFF
NGTON tJTA)
. State, Henry A. Kis-
?,, ;an a vi.-it to Egypt,
i, Jordan and Israei Wed-
li.r. through tins coming San-
on hia eighth trip to the
search of fu.ther prog-
rda a Middle East
I nt.
\ ite Department said his
]_. is to continue nsulta
:. negotiation! looking to
.. and lasting peace" in
e East
ANNOl NCEMENT in
however, went further.
that Kissinger would con-
I,. nsultationn "on the com-
ol the Geneva talks on
a just ami permanent peace."
the Washington nor
the Cairo announcements, which
had tons lieen expected, labo-
rated on details.
Kissinger indicated some
movement towards additional
Views from the Arabs in that he
Invited Arub League leaders to
dinner in New York where they
a;e attendf>.g the United Nations
Genera; Assembly.
The Secretary, In New York
for fo ir la met separately
with Israel] Foreign Ministei
Yigal Allon an i with Egyptian
Foreign Minister Ismail Fahmy.
BBFOBfl KI.SsINtiER left
Washington, he had lunch, fol-
lowed by a working session, with
the Syrian Foreign Minister,
Abdel Halim Khaddain.
Kissinger had met with the
sane foreign ministers in the
continuing round ol .Middle Bast
discussions at the White House
and State Department in Wash-
ington that stretched over mast
of ia--t summer.
HLs present round of talks ap-
pears to be p reprise of the sum-
in r meetings, compressed into
a few days, to acquaint the Sec-
retary with the latest thinking
uii both sides of the Middle East
conflict before he visits the
region again.
THB ANNOUNCEMENTS of
Kissinger's trip came while Arab
oil producing nations were fum-
ing at the Secretary and Presi-
Continued Israel Aid 'Assured'
dent Ford for their attacks
against their petroleum output
and pricing practices.
In that connection, the State
Department was asked whether
Saudi Arabia, the largest oil
producer, was not included in
the Kissinger itinerary since that
country was presumed to have
been originally on his schedule.
Spokesman John King replied
that there haci been "some
speculation" about Saudi
Arabia's inclusion but it is not
on the schedule.
Meanwhile, an apparently ac-
curate but unconfirmed repoit
circulated here that the Ameri-
can Embassy in Cairo was dis-
mayed to learn that the Ford
Administration is willing to
eliminate the grant of $230 mil-
lion in economic support to
Egypt designated in the Foreign
Aid Bill pending in Congress.
KiNG SAID that he could not
speculate whether a new aid bill
or "a continuing resolution"
would be asked trom Congress.
A continuing resolution would
extend last years aid program
which did not include such aid
to Egypt.
Israel is earmarked thus far
in both branches of Congress to
g( t $800 million in economic aid,
five times as much as the Ad-
ministi ation had originally
asked.
Congress also has authorized
the $250 million tor Egypt but
Senate and Ho se Appro-
priations Committees have yet to
act on the measure and Con
is se-king to cut the budget
drastically in view of U.S. eco-
n mic prospects.
With regard to the Embassy's
ted dismay, King said he
would not discuss confidential
munications between the De-
partment and an Embassy and
declared he cannot confirm or
deny the report.
c ontlnned frosj Rage l-A
i e Palestine ?..
I li n at the
JU>POXDIXfl TO qi esti r.s
i dienca abo I |
ding Kissl -
toward Israel. Alton
it then is no A
an "no N i
r i least for the I
tl "tl not
ha\ e to ac e
' that dil
el --.nd the U.S. are
-(! .'. etween
. it d thi t if i
i a ">''. Is- !'! M i '.
ledica! Books Needed Fo;
Fpital Library In Sore J
. h ive ha- b sun to
ii -ai ions of medii a!
the medical library of
pened Safed General
in Safed. Israel. The
being co
Inl rnattonal Informa-
ncil in the Unit >d Stal -
R-.
|e".c<
1.
fit
ubin R. Dobin. of Law-
N V.. Council chairman
y visited the new hos-
in Safed, exo'.ained that
:li-h is the common medical
StliDQMOJb he sal 1
mad" directly t> the
1 luwy. Saf'd General.
I. Att: Mr. Dov Silyer-
3 ted. Israel.
CBi to ti-.e American
le.
id he had
m iction to K ssingei ei
nfiden e of tl
since this ies him
act as a medl itoi I el t een the
two sides in the Middle
AI.LON ALSO al id as a
ta in the .' iei ic in
issinger
that efl '. is io
So\ le; .lev. iii ligrate e
n ordei I iei to
the Yom
KJ ill War.
lie I a warm words for Sen.
. icks n (D., Wash, i
: e sal I, was tov< d" In
l-.ac' fo" his efforts to help
it Jews.
.' 1 in n ited that the discus-
si n w going on betwe* n the
: ati an I I' ingiessmen
'" on the las
en ation would have
results for So wet
[Tie Fo eign Minister quipped
that Cnessel the opposi-
tion see to Include Jackson as
it eml ei and talks
of Kissinger us if he were a
.if Premier Yitzhak
arnment
"We don't want to lose either
!I Alton said "We need
I i i
WITH ISRAELI Ambassador
at his side. Alton
Ised him as a "very able
Tormenting Rectal Pain And Itch
Of Hemorrhoidal Tissues
Promptly Relieved
In mnny cases Preparation H
gives prompt, temporary relief
from such pain and itching
and actually helps shrink
Swelling of Jiemorrhoid.il tis-
sues caused by inflammation.
Testa by doctors on hun-
dreds of patients showed this
to be true in many cases. In
fact, many doctors, them-
selves, use Preparation II or
recommend it for their fam-
ilies. Preparation H ointment
or suppositories.
in Washington" who
in. a very good job."
N< ting that Dinitz has
'' n iticized fi is part in the
V Kippur War diplomacy,
Alton said that "il to establish
relations in Washington"
with the Administration and
Congress i, wrong, then Dinitz
i itit i ed,
wh i ha i requested the
" ith the yo ins
in order to discuss Israel-
re tions, ranged over
i ni issues, but
81 the nei d for Jewish
ation in the diaspora.
He said this generation ol
Jew i aged 18 to 50 has beer.
"given the tremendous respon-
si i.a.- far the continuation and
preservation of Judaism as an
and the Jewish people as
a nation." He noted that in Is-
i ael o ir ti. st and foremost
lance is to the Jewish
pe iple."
AjLLON CBETICIZED Ameri-
an Jewry for not providing
adequate Jewish education.
"A hat disturbs me most is the
lack almost of Jewish education
for Jewish children." he said.
He noted that in countries
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such as Australia, South Africa
and Venezuela. 9i> percent of the
Jewish children attend Jewish
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lie said this was not true in
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The Israeli leader said that in
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^Jewish Floiridlian
[jiami, Florida Friday, Octobsr 11 1974
Section B
Conference On Waste Water
Treatment Reclamation Set
ARNOLD ROSEN
PROf. DANIEL HILLtL HOf. HUM StWVAL
The American Friends of the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
and the Unirersity of Miami Sea
Grant Program will hold a joint
conference on "Waste Water
Treatment and Reclamation"
which will bring together rep-
resentativea of water manage-
ment technology, government
and industry Wednesday. Oct.
23. at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Arnold Rosen, president of
F ft R Builders of Miami and a
F( under of the Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem, will serve as
eral chairman of the one-day
conclave. Rosen, vice president
ol '.' :mar Corporation, is prosi-
' if Temple Israel of Greater
Miami.
Speaker* at the conference
: marks continued coopera-
betweea the University of
Miami and Israel's' first and
largest university will include
Professors Hillel I. Shuval and
Daniel Hillel of the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem.
Prof. Shu\al is director of the
Environmental Health Labora-
tory of the Faculty of Medicine
at the Hebrew University and
Sanitary Engineering advisor to
the Ministry' of Health of the
State of Israel.
Prof. Hillel is professor ol
Soil Physics of the Faculty of
Agriculture of the Hebrew Uni-
versity. He ws agricultural re-
search advisor to the Govern-
ment of Burma in 1957 and 1958
and was named chairman of the
Department f Soil and Water
Si ience at the Hebrew Univer-
sity in 19C7.
The conference, Rosen said,
Ziffers Chairing Beih Torah
Israel Bonds Dinner Oet. 26
Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Ziffer
" named chairmen for
thi I Corah Ura I Dinner
te to be hi Id at the Eden
on Saturday. Oct -'li.
I ax A. Lipschitz, spiritual
i of the North Miami Beach
it ion, has announced.
el at the dinner-dance
of Israel Bonds will be
tion president Seymour
sen and his wife. Sheila.
ffe a North Miami Beach
titied public accountant, is a
ber "f the American and
I a Institutes of Certified
P Accountants. At Beth
Congregation, he has
: as president, trustee.
rer and financial >
liffer 11 also active in the
I eai ii Elks Lodge.
'lifer is presently on
Beth Torah board of direc-
. trustees an I is a i as(
t i f ti-.e Sisterh" -d. She
ember ol Ha lassah, the
Council of Jewish
Women's American
and is a former board
MR. AND MRS. IWALD ZlfftR
member of the Women's Divi-
si.....>.' the Greater Miami Jew-
ederation.
The Ziffers were honored at
Beth Torah Israel
. dim eived the
Su te "i I ra \ SI alom Award
for theii disting lished service on
behalf of Israel's economic de-
. eli >i ment
Vandals Deface Academy
Building in South Bade
the third time since the
S >uth Dade Branch of the He-
ademy of Greater Miami
td its new home, van-
launched an anti-Semitic
against the institution,
ling to Krwin Marshall,
ipal.
Marshal] said that when stu-
i gathered for classes one
Ing last week, they found
ords "Light up -the Ovens"
on the school's sign outside.
"SO FAR, we have been pret-
ty quiet about it," Marshall said.
"But we don't want to turn the
other cheek anymore. It's about
time the community is informed
< The South Dade Academy is
on the old site of what was once
the Southwest Prep School at
11801 SW 74 th Ave.
When the Academy first mov-
ed in last August, the school
began repainting the facilities.
Inning the night, vandals broke
in and poured paint all over the
classroom walls of one
wing.
On a second occasion, they
carved swastikas on the doors.
THE LATEST attack, said
Marshall, was also accompanied
by swastikas.
' 'Maybe, it was kids and
pranksters generally." he added.
But so far, there has been no
expressions of regret or offers of
aid from the school's non-Jewish
neighbors. The South Dade
Academy is situated opposite
Palmetto High School.
Will focus on conservation of
fresh water resources. He noted
that this i an area of great
concern both to Florida and to
Israel, and said the conclave
should provide new information
to experts of both the United
States and Israel.
Registration for the confer-
ence will be held from 8:15 until
9 am. at the DuPont Plaza on
Oct. 23. with advance registra
tions available at either the Uni-
versity of Miami Sea Grant
Program or at the offices of ttie ,
American Friends of the Hebrew *
University of Jerusalem, 605
Lincoln Road Building, Miami
Beach.
Dr. James H. Carpenter, pro-
fessor and chairman of the Divi-
sion of Chemical Oceanography
of the University of Miami
Rosenstiel School of Marine and
Atmospheric Science, will serve
as chairman of the opening ses-
sion which begins at 9 a.m. Dr.
Shuval will speak on "Waste -
Water Renovation and Reuse
Programs in Israel."
Also on the program for the
first session will be Dr. Walter
Weber, professor of Environ-
mental and Water Resource
Engineering, and chairman of
the University Program of Water
Resources at the University of
Michigan, Dr. Weber, who will
come here from Ann Arbor.
vi ill speak on "P'.iysico-Chemical
Processes for Pollution Control
and Water Reclamation."
R isen will preside at the noon
luncheon session. Serving "'ith
him on the planning committee
are David Fleeman. Bernard
Jar:k David Blumberg. Irving E.
Miller. H. V. Green. Charles
Babcock, Alec P. Courtelis and
Harry A. (Hap) Levy.
Helping to arrange the con-
clave are Dr. Richard G. Bader,
director of the University of
Miami's Sea Grant Program;
Thomas W. Bilhorn, director of
Ad' isory Servlci s for the Sea
Grant Program: and Peter C.
R ndahl, conference coordina-
tor foi the University of Miami
Hebrew University officials
working on the conference in
chide Harry A. (Hap) Levy
president of the Greater Miami
Chanter of the American
Friends: Leon J. Ell. donor of
the Alyce and Leon J. Ell Chair
In Environmental Sciences and
Ecology at the Hebrew Univer-
sity: Mrs. Leon J. Kronish. presi
dent of the Women's Division of
the American Friends: and Al-
bert A. Domer. director of the
Southeastern Re.iion of the
American Friends.
Chairman of the afternoon ses-
sion will be Dr. Thomas D
Waite. professor of civil engi-
neering at the University of
Miami. Dr. Hillel '.rill speak on
"Waste Absorption and Trans
mission in Soils."
Other afternoon sn,;sion par-
ticipants will he Dr. W. Wesley
Eckenfelder. Distinguished Pro
fessor of Environmental and
Water Resource Engineering at
Vanderbilt University, and Dr.
Joel Goldmani-i. research scien-
tist with the Aquaeulture Pro-
gram of Woods Hole Oceano
graphic Institute of Woods Hole.
Mass.
Dr. Eckenfelder will speak on
Effiuent Quality for Domestic
and Combined Biological Waste
Water Treatment Plants" and
Dr. Goldmann will speak on
"Waste Wu.'er Reclamation in
Integrated Food Chain Systems."
A reception and informal dis-
cussions from 5 to 7 p.m. will
conclude tin; joint conference.
Miami Philharmonic president Maurice Gusman (left) has
be:-n appointed Member of Council for the 14th annual
United Nations Concert and Dinner to take place in Wash-
ington. D.C., Oct. 19. The event will mark the official ob-
servance of the UN's 29th anniversary. All proceeds will
go to the United Nations Association of the U.S.A. The
invitation was issued personally by Secretary of State
Henry Kissinger when he was in Miami Beach last August
to address the American Legion Convention.
Harry B. Smith, (right) newly-elected president of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation, presents a 2000-year-old urn
frcrn Israel to his predecessor, outgoing president David B.
Fleeman at the Federation's 36th annual meeting and din-
ner, held S=pt. 19 at the Carillon Hotel.
Meeting Israel's Minister of Dsiense, Shimon Peres, (left)
at the International Fall Leadership Conference for Israel
Bonds last month in Montreal was Dr. Leon Kronish, spir-
itual leader oi Temple Beth Sholom and national campaign
co-chairman for Israel Bonds. The conference was attended
by more than 750 delegates from the United States and
Canada.


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Friday, October 11. 1974
Cowans To Cliair
Founders Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cowan
have been named chairmen of
the Founders Dinner of Temple
IRVING COWAN
Kmanu-El which will be held
Sunday night, Nov. 3. in the
Friedland Ballroom of the Mi-
ami Beach synagogue.
The gala function will cele-
brate the 35th anniversary of
the founding of Temple Emanu-
Kl. which was known for the
first few years as the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
Acceptance of the Cowans
was announced by Judge Herb-
ert S. Shapiro, president, and
Samuel N. Friedland. chairman
of the board of Temple Emanu-
El. With nearly 1,500 member
families, it is the largest Con-
servative congregation in the
South.
Founders of the synagogue, in-
cluding the original officers and
board members, will be singled
out for special recognition at the
Nov. 3 event, the Cowans said.
Mis. Cowan is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuei N. Fried-
land. founders of the congrega-
tion, and she was the first young
woman to have a Bat Mitzvah at
the synagogue. When she was
three years old, her father help-
ed attract to the community Dr.
Irving Lehrman, who has served
as rabbi of the congregation
since.
Irving Cowan is the son of a
past president of Temple Emanu-
El, Joseph Cohen, and now serv
es as vice president of the con-
gregation. He and Marjorie
. known to her friends as Marge
were recipients of the State of
Israel Independence Award from
Israel Bonds in 1972 for their
service in behalf of the Jewish
state. He received the National
Community Service Award of
the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America in 1971.
The Cowans are Founders of
Mt. Sinai Medical Center and
Wfcoltsalt Distributor* tf
Hospital in Miami Beach. They
have visited Israel frequently,
and Mrs. Cowan has been one
of the prime movers in Temple
Emanu-El'a traditionally strong
support of the State of Israel.
Their list of community lead-
ership activities includes key
roles for the Broward Commu-
nity College. Nova University,
McGill University of Canada,
the American Red Cross and
numerous Jewish and non-sec-
tarian local organizations.
Daughters Debbie and Cindy
Cowan are products of the Lehr-
man Day School of Temple
Emanu-El. and represent the
third generation of one of the
families to be honored at the
Founders Dinner.
The Cowans stressed the eve-
ning will be one of celebration,
and that there will be no fund
raising or long speeches.
QUEEN ESTHER
KOSHER POULTRY
and
Prectmri and Exaart-trt
of tht fir.eit U.S. Gort. Ins* KOSMCR MEATS and P001T8Y
1717 N.W. 7fh Ave.
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Phone 324-1855
Robert Forman Executive Director
Of iV.Y. UJA-Federation Campaign
R0MIT P. FORMAN
NAMED Julius Cohen has
been named Sales Consultant lor
Kennedy House, 1865 79th St.
(Kennedy Causewa> i which is
now being converted from a rent-
al complex to a condominium.
Cohen has worked with major
condominium conversions in
South Florida for the past two
years and has extensive exper-
ience in the field of real estate.
Robert P. Forman has been
named executive director of the
newlv merged fund-raising cam-
paigns of United Jewish Appeal
f Greater New York and Fed-
eration of Jewish Philanthropies
of New York. The announcement
was made jointly by Ernest W.
Michel and Sanford Solender.
executive vice presidents of the
two organizations.
The I'JA Federation Cam-
paign will replace with a single
fund-raising effort the separate
drives which the two largest
fund-raising instruments ever
created by a single Jewish com-
munity have traditionally con-
ducted each year for the past
several decadesUJA to finance
humanitarian aid to needy and
endangered Jews in Israel and
throughout the world, and Fed-
eration to support agencies and
institutions serving health, wel-
fare, educational, and recreation-
al needs of New Yorkers.
This history-making change in
organized Jewish philanthropy
in New York is expected to
broaden significantly the base of
support in the New York Jewish
community for Jewish humani-
tarian needs and is of world-
wide significance in a time of
grave emergency for the entire
world Jewry.
Before assuming his new re-
sponsibility, Mr. Forman sen* I
for two years as executive direc-
tor for administration of Federa
tion. He was previously associ-
ate executive vice president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, with which he had been
affiliated since 1962.
A native of Pittsburgh, Mr.
Forman received his Master 's
degree from the University of
Pittsburgh School of Social
Work. He has served as Social
Planning Assistant in the Jew
ish Welfare Federation of San
Francisco and as director of
Community Organization sen-
ices for the Hyde Park Youth
Project of the Welfare Council
of Metropolitan Chicago.
Mr. Forman and his family
reside in Rye, N.Y.
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Frank Mankiewicz To Open
Greenfield Series Sunday
Temple Israel of Greater
Miami's annual Greenfield
Lecture Series wilt he launched
fRANK MANKIEWICZ
lay morning at 10 o'clock
when Frank Mankiewicz. author.
columnist and political expert
"A Look a! the 1974
Ejections: From Whittier to
V atergate."
.Mankiewicz. who served as
director of the Peace Corps.
1 ress secretary to ilie late
Robe* Kennedy zn d.rector of the McGovern cam-
n for PRFttfenl in 1372. is
the first of four speakers who
will discuss the '74 election on
Successive Sundays.
The lecture series this
Includes famed actor Morris
( arnr *y, M 1 Andrew
Gi 1' and 1 -12 list of
1 bknical and academia schal-
ars.
if r.-.ia writer's newest
book. "Pi rl -el 1 Oar." has
ly many ,
as setting Ihe a ne for thi
yeai isionai elec-
tions in which former i'1
Xixon an i Watergate continue
to play a majo* r >le. He brings
i:il and academic
view, Having been a classmate al
U( I.A Of both R >bert Haldeman
and John Ehrlichmann. and a
syndicated analyst and columnist,
Mankiewicz takes the position
that America is at a cross-roads
after years of illegal wire-tap-
ping, surveillance, special inter-
est campaign contributions and
corruption at all levels of gov-
ernment and that the 1974 elec-
tions wi.l provide some :.isights
on which direction we will gc.
Series tickets are available.
with special familv rates: single
lecture tickets will also be so'd.
Moe Levin Is Speaker
: B / ..nist Movement and a
director -f Temple Emanu-1 :
la one of the piime
irs in the State of :-
1 and torael Emerseney
Moe Levin, chairman of the
Chalm Weizman Branch "1 1 le
Fari an 1-1 "; or Zionist Alii' nee.
F :nd campaigns in V,
A commander of the ; -usa
Home Guard during the
3 :!< Israel War of "... ,,a.
Lev! 1 is nn office | the
National Committee ,
Is ae' and of the 1 ...
drut FWnrlstion.
:..-ta-
"visit our pus net
STUDIO. FAMOUS Mil
ova m worn*
1ST. i93S
spg***
mot LEVIN
will speak or. "One Year After
the l'om Kippur War" at the
Hunt;.,.- meetlHg of the oraani-
..:. m Tuesday at the V.ash.irz-
ton Federal auditorium, 1234
in ton A .<.
The 7:30 pun. meeting is free
and open 60 ihe general public.
with vocalist Regina Bsttn pie
senting a special musical pro-
gram which i'.l include audi-
ence participation.
Levin, a national leader in the
Courses Besin At Beth Torah
Adult education courses will
1 take place '.in Tuesday
1 irnings at Beth Torah O
North Miami Beach.
when the Institute of Jewish
Studii Registration
1 the n aii ng courses
9:30-11:00 a.m.
i. '' Ma :<>n S( hOOl
Chapel
-man has
; nno need l the 1 pening ses-
has
Ken ; lor Oct. 22.
Courses to he offered include:
Bible and the World Today,
A Moral Dilemma, Elementary
i-.vo ..-ational He-
brew, Advanced I'miversational
Hebrew. The Sounds of Shat hat
I le H oil la s, and Philoso-
i il Jewish History.
Dr. Max A. Lipachitz and
Rabbi Mussman will be assisted
by the following instructors in
1 Adult Educai ion Program:
'";.nt ir Jacob B. Mendelson.
Mrs ; ia Berk, Mrs. Rina Nee-
man, and Mr. Hairy Tzlm. All
classes are pen
imunity.
to the entire
rurthei Information on
I tl-.e adult educati in acti-
\ ties, contact the Beth Torah
office.
'Heort Diseose' Is Topic
Mrs. Lenn e Stein of the
Heart Association Of Greater
I, will he the guett speaker
at '."-. le B) he's drat
Sisterhood luncheon Wednesday
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.i 7:43 p.m. in the
"Playhouse' of Seawoaat Towers
East, 5151 Collins Ave., accord-
I _' to William J. Schusel, pro-
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The featured speaker will be
Ken Whittaker. special agent In
charge of the K.B.I. A profes-
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Bi'ly Martin as accompanist will
follow.
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Friday. October 11, 1974
*Jenisf Fkridi tr
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4,000 Attend Israel Philharmonic
Concert in Beth Sliolom Series
The Israel Phllharm lc Or-
ch tra cui rently t" : Ing t
nation, opened the Temple Beth
S ". ii:cat Artist;
here before an audience ol 4.000
with Andrew Davia <;:
c ti the oeoasion of it. *
11 i ance in Fioi !a. th' .c.'. !
1.,! whan distinguished him .;.
' es to its fo nding I y tl
I shed \I iii-i Bronislaw
Hutomun and Macst .. Art ro
To- :aninl in 1836, opene
concert with a performance of
the "Roman Carnival Overture,"
by Hector Berlioz.
AL>o on the program were
the Beethew n Seventh S/i -
.old I'.-a :.'.<." bj t. :<-
i imposer, Paul Eh
Fa.....i-'i at soloist was Met-
itan Gijera star Ri
Tucker in a::.is 'rom Mascag-
Meye: hi er, C iea and \
I ese are tin' bate bines of
\'. was a significant and his-
i ovenim;.
What was Important about the
a i c of the Israel Phii-
1 nic i >rehistra at this ai -
I time was that, on year
a'-71 :. Yom Klppur j.st ;:; r
t i S kki-.t Itestiva I
ra .- weri attt i\ea
81 KKOl SHOI -.1)
of i ici md su the '. i
i Orel ''-r a -
up the i a
ol \ Ii not only ;:> the
; t halls whe e II
i. 08 ; i on the I
lines i en w ere fight-
U
!e i if [si
i -i i'h to listen be
i anted to j ee:\e their
fe their love i >i c i
the f !'>\c of music and art
do-, i:. the gjire realitj of >n-
! ig unprovoked aggressi n,
; an historic evening (ir
i ther rea 0 is. Never be-
i ,'.... ." i ha I i b
MRS. DRUTKCR is director of
the Temple Beth Sholom
tireut AMists serie*. in addi-
tion to being in ont*taniiiin;
soprano in ber ewn right* *h<-
i- heard lix-:ill\ in interview*
o: great moatcal personalities
over RadiO >t!iUcill WTM:.
Ii> -IKS. JUDY DRUC'KER
! con such an atten lance.
'' es I ing the i i asl in for
bI pi mce ol th Is
I On hestra in
nd, indeeil, the first ap-
, ea :.(' o. the Esiael Phil-
nic Orcresira in the
United a: -. .i .'.a- an :> .-
co i] ..ii.s t!>.::. ... I i ... Beth
s om through its Great
sts Seri u to be.......I to
! 'a host to this : at orchestra,
til. EXPEt r itidns were
>ei.. great an I the
:: heightened y t:-<> arriv-
al of Ihe whole orchestra on a
cha.tered plane from New York.
There were hopes that per-
'...; hi Al would 'e alle to re-
ceive landing pi ivileges here at
the Miain; International Airport
would have made it os-
sii le for the fhst time to have
an .\ e, but
the "sec : t. tii.it was ne es-
for this t: ij ma le it im-
isible.
Ii. im- Ing the Israel i hiihar-
monic i iichesl ia to tit is i o int...
meant months and months of
lin .. >.. ha I to se< .. e
.:: ; I I] HI I '
tia, We had to n I ..
nou a bi well l i at e of. In
story is that,
.....ers of
the o.chestra did sutli
attack .it the
and he i.- now recovei in .it Mt.
.......
BRINGING THE Phil-
i.. .. co tn-
t. wus foi me a very ei
. st five
I : lie I t: Is-
i..o. .Music t\ ti\ai .
: ime quite tiiendlv oth with
t...' members ol the orchestra
and the conductors.
I recall an experience last
summer ;! Caeca) en the
stra performed with the
star .ii the performance here,
Kichard Tucker. On re was not
a sound in the h hithe-
ater. and the m isic rang out
with the moon above an.', the sea
11. the si le ol us. 1 ......ne was
altogether too beautiful.
THE ISRAELIS were thi
With Miami Beach. Tl 9, si
i ed in all the stores on Lit
th '.. ate In all the res-
taurants, and took themselves
'-n a bus t iur to Cran Ion Park
ai d the Se | arl
I mel Ab C then, manager of
the Is.ael Philhai aonic < Irenes-
I 11 ree yeais a ;o,
Cohen Is an American account-
ant who now lives In Israel.
We look fotwa d to bi Inging
the Israel Phi nic < Tche
t.a back to Miami in October of
19Tt> and this time we prom-
ise to keep them h< re tor more
than one | ei foi.. at cc. Also, this
time, we will bring Miami the
great Zubin Mehta, the perma-
nent cml rtor of the Israel
Philharmonic.
DR. LEON KRONISH, spirit-
ual leader of Temple Beth Sho-
lom. con me iting on the concert
noted that:
"Seven years of The Great
Artists Series the translation
of a philosophy about congrega-
tional life Into a throbbing ex-
periential reality.
"What we are saving is that
there are man-, ways to nurture
I ipirit. Even as we find re-
newed spiritual satisfaction and
against those who would destroy
the human spli it which the
Jewish people epitomizes."
(' -iin up on the Ti m
Qieal Artists Series will he
Aled '.".'.-. -'i' ", :. | ianist,
VVedncsi a Nov. 13, at Te e
Beth Sholorrj; Eugene -: h,
i Ian st, Isa ic St rn vio ii ist,
and Leonard Rose
Wednesday, Lice. 11, at Temj le
Letn Beverly 1 s, so-
prano, with the Fort Louderdale
Symphony Orchestra, conducted
ii.. i.mo..son Buckley, Wednes-
day, Jan. 29, 1975, al the Miami
Beach Auditorium; and Radu
Lupu, pianist. Saturday, Apr. 5,
197:1 at Tern le Beth Sholi
commitment in the majestic
m isic of the synagogue service,
the rebirth of Israel has demon-
stiated that the ereat universal
classical rr.Mral creations are
also part of nurturing the hun-
gry spiiit --especially during
these days of continued struggle
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Page 8-B
fjmistncridlar
Friday, Octob* H. ^
Hairstyling For Fall-Winter
i
To Complement Fashion Moods
.... v.- f* tho farplinp ... tiaht'.y curled ing colors feature tone-on.tnn
Hairstyling for Pall-Winter
19741975 will complement the
fashionable American woman's
moods of romance, drama, nos-
talgia and classicism, according
to the National Hairdressers and
Cosmetologists Association.
"Beautiful hair moves" says
Louise Cotter of Detroit. Mich.,
styles director for the 64.000
member Association, who direct-
ed the creation of four new hair-
styles titled. "Image Makers En-
cores." which will be studied
and interpreted by hairdressers
throughout the country this fall
and winter.
"The latest in professional
perms, conditioners, shamno.n
and treatments allow today's
hair to move and still fall beauti-
fully back in place This is nn-l
i to today's fashi >nab!e
in. who w.mt- her hair to
appear naturally beautiful
fashion mo she e
. Ms. Cotl explained.
The four hairst; linq "Encore-*"
el by Ms
v. il n, rdressen and Cos-
its \-s >;):;'!
... Hair ,;:' i Com-
i r as foil ''''
THE DRAMATIC ENCORE
The Dramatic Encore is an
arti-tic expression of drama
drawn from the desire of the
American woman to return to a
1 >ok and feel of beauty. Fall and
Winter will be the time for "The
Beautiful Woman" to take the
fashion spotlight and bask in the
feeling of biin^ "special."
The Dramatic Encore woman
is seductive, mysterious and
deeoly involved in being all
woman a woman who has no
doubts about her identity.
Th;s is created from a perfect-
ly designed fashion haircut. It is
finished in soft waves by place-
ment of pin curls or through the
use of quick service instru-
ment < the blow comb, air
dryers or by careful placement
( f "wave c >mb." an old tech-
nique revivi for a great, dra-
matic ii
THE CLASSIC ENCORE
The Cla sic Encore is a style
i> enhance the already apparent
assun d iman. it
l.i- the distinctive touch and
no--! of j od in
... r, f| .(.;.!_. the

v.: .) knows n I cares about
The Classic Encore has an
intricate balance of waves and
curls without sacrificing that all
important natural look so vital
to todaVs total fashion scene.
This is a mid-length hairstyle
that lends itself to personality
adaptations by adding to or sub-
tracting from the overall length.
Bouncy waves and curls frame
the face and blend into subtle
back interest. Turbans and hats
are especially flattering to this
style.
THE ROMANTIC ENCORE
The Romantic Encore is a re-
freshing combination of all the
beauty and excitement of an-
other era. mixed generously with
today's demands for a coiffure
that is right for today's environ-
ment and lifestyle.
rhe !: imantic Encore swings
in in Arl ^c^ feeling of fluid
lines an i gi ici< is i.....ires, giving
wearer an unn
mi rk of feminine appeal
This unusual reflection r
Romance hang i ju I
h and turn- up ;" a very
it ihoul i always -
free and above the -
The ban rs V('r-
. d may be worn on or
off the facellne tightly curled
or softly brushed.
THE NOSTALGIC ENCORE
The Nostalgic Encore is an
explosion of excitement and a bit
of daring adventure. This pro-
vocative tumble of breeze-kissed
curls and waves bears the un-
mistakable message that the
feminine, frilly woman has re-
turned.
The Nostalgic Encore evokes
and stimulates the imagination
and lends endless ideas for hair-
styles to complement the "free
spirit' deeD in the heart of
today's female.
The Nostalgic Encore may be
worn parted in the middle with
s ift waves framing the face, end-
ing a: mid ear length, or for
I recall of that flaopcr feel-
ing add a decorative headband.
I mo t effective with ringlet
i in i I : .' h l the back
is clcsel} i te: fe ituring a
thin le I nape i T4 75 ver-
-: n of u -
.,.., ... i .,. the
folbv hairfa hi in trends for
- 75:
COLORING : still the "you
i.'. it's '' natural
look-
ing colors feature tone-on-tone
blending in blondes, browns
hennas and reds.
LENGTH is just above the
shoulders to verv short
CURLS and WAVES will be
very popular. They will be creat-
ed by perms, finger waving, set
waving, air blowing and hot iron-
ing. Controlled perming is on the
upswing. This method of giving
long lasting waves to only par-
tions of the head allows for in-
creased individuality. Fall and
winter will see distribution of
curls and waves on different
areas of the head, and some curls
coming out of waves'
SOFTNESS and PREENES8,
which are very important in Fall-
Winter fashion apparel, are also
important to hair this Fall and
Winter. Hair should appear full
end soft while being very t-mch-
ah'e It should be thin] and move
naturally, with the feeling of be-
in-: alive.
B utiful hair be tins th the
can it receives. Profes
will provide the I .' eon-
dit m rs, shampoos and it-
.'!. lud
y's h lir appe
iful.
CORAL BEAUTY SCHOOL
9885 East Fern Street, Perrine, Florida
Telephone 235-2631
WEST MIAMI BEAUTY ACADEMY
"STUDENT SERVICES TO THE PUBLIC"
6500 S.W. 8th St., West Miami-261-2203
ALBERT'S COIFFEURS
"Internationally Acclaimed Hair Cutting Designer"
1753 S.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami
Phone 854-9875
ANTHONY'S COIFFURS
17001 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Telephone 9477511
(Dunes Motel)
APPLE HAIRCUTTERS
"Open 6 Days from 11 A.M. to 7 P.M."
5806 Sunset DriveSouth Miami
Telephone 667-9986
AQUARIUS BEAUTY PARLOR
"OPEN 6 DAYS9 A.M. until 7 P.M."
7226 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
Phone 264-2237
ARLEN BEACH BEAUTY SALON
"COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE"
5701 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Telephone 861-4766
ARLEN HOUSE BEAUTY SALON
"Specializing in Personalized Service"
300 Bay view Drive, North Miami Beach
Phone 949-9591
ARNAIDO OF ITALY BEAUTY SALON
"FOR A LOVELIER YOU"
9726 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami Shores
Telephone 758-1368
ARTHUR OF CEDARHURST INC.
"Open Tuesday Thru Saturday 9 A.M. to 6 P.M."
2780 N.E. 183rd Street, North Miami Beach
Telephone 931-5973 or 931-9431
BARBARA'S YANKEE CLIPPER INC
"SPECIALIZING N THE UNI-PERM"
20458 South Dixie Highway, Miami
Telephone238- 1803
BEAUTY HUNTERS
CLOSED MONDAY-FRIDAY 9 A.M. to 9 P.M.
6619 West Flagler Street, Miami
Phone 261-3021
BEAUTY LOUNGE
1057 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Open 8 A.M. to 4 P.M.
Telephone 538-4478
BISCAYNE 21 BEAUTY SALON
OPEN 5 DAYS-Tuesdav thru Saturday
2121 N. Bayshore Dr., Miami
Phone 573-0685
CRICKELl TOWN HOUSE COIFFURES
Hours 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Open Thursday Evenings"
2^51 Brickell Avenue, Miami
Te'ephone 854-4506
CARMEN BEAUTY SHOP
1148 West 68th Street. Haleah, Florida
Phone 821-4341 or 821-9292
DUCHESS COIFFURES
Specializing in Nail Problems & Hair Problems
5134 Biscayne Boulevard, Mami
Telephone 751-0781 or 751-0137
ELIZABETH ARDEN BEAUTY SALON
9592 Hardina Avenue. Surfside
"OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK"
Telephone 865-3586
GARBO HOUSE of BEAUTY
9724 Bird Road, Miami
Telephone 221-0704
THE GEORGOUS GAL BEAUTY SALON
"Open 7 DavsEvenings Bv Appointment"
7008 S.W. 87th Avenue, Miami
Phone 271-8583
GOLDEN CROWN BEAUTY SHOP
"OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK"
12735 N.E. 6th Avenue, North Miami
Phone 893-0591
HAIR HEAVEN BEAUTY SALON
"Open Tues thru Sat. 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Thur. 9 to 9"
1171 West 68th Street, Hialeah-Phone 821-0912
HELLO DOLLY BEAUTY SALON INC
"Open 7 Days A Week-9 A.M. until?????"
615 71st Street, Miami Beach
Phone 866-1654
JADE GARDENS BEAUTY SALON
"High Styling-Latest Fashions-Make-up"
6550 South Dixie Highway, Miami
Phone 665-0351 or 666-7707
KERRIE'S KORNER BEAUTY SALON
"FULL SERVICE SALON"
13913 N.W. 67th Avenue, Hialeah
Phone 821-7602 or 558-4321
LES COIFFURES BEAUTY SALON
763 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
Phone 531-0592
LONDON UNDERGROUND
11060 Biscayne Blvd.. North Miami
Phone 893-0307 or 891-9010
MARCEL & GASTON FRENCH BEAUTY SALON
508 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 672-4878
MARY'S CETTE ROSETTE BEAUTY SALON
6131 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami
"Open Tues thru Sat. 9 A.M. until ???0"
Telephone 757-9288
MARLYN'S BEAUTY SALON
827 Washiroton Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 531-9573
H. P. MATHIEU BEAUTY SALON
2310 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Telephone 538-7331
MAXINE'S BEAUTY SALONS
"Complete Beauty Service"
16344 W. Dixie Hwy., North Miami Beach
940-1039
14714 N.W. 7th Ave., North Miamr-681-6718
MAZELLE BEAUTY SALON
14251 N.W. 7th Avenue, North Miami, Florida
Phone 685-6960
NAVARRO BEAUTY SALON
815 S.W. 17th Avenue, Miami
Phone 643-2477 or 643-2060

NELSON'S BEAUTY SHOP
"Open 6 Davs 8 A.M. to 6 P.M."
5353 N.W. 27th Avenue, Miami
Phone 633-9383
MJL RALPH'S BEAUTY SALON

"Evenings by Appointments"
9805 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami Shores
Phone 754-4820 or 757-4526
. .
MR, RICHARD SANZ SALON
of THE FLAMINGO HOTEL
5875 Collins Avenue, Miami Beech
Phone 866-4646 or 866-4647

MISTER RICHARD SANZ SALON
HARBOR HOUSE-SOUTH
10275 Collins Avenue, Bel Harbor
Telephone 865-4909
MISTER ROBERT Of NORTH MIAMI. BEACH
16940 N.E. 19th Avenue, North Miami Beach
Across the Street from City Hall
Phone 945-8121 or 947-1911
PAN AMERICAN BEAUTY SCHOOL
"Classes Dav and Night"
1720 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
Telephone 643-1830
PONCE DE LEON BEAUTY SALON
1402 Ponce De Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables
"Open 6 Davs-Mon.-Sat Fri. Evenings"
Phone 445-2631 or 445-2632
R5VTERA HAIR FASHIONS
"We Feature REDKEN PRODUCTS"
1566 South Dixie Highway, Coral G.Wes
Phone 666-9502 .:_
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RUTH'S BEAUTY SALON
"All Phases of Beauty Culture"
1193 71st Street Miami Beadl *! [
Phone 866-8763


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*JewishFk*kKtr
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SANDRA'S BEAUTY SALON
Specializing In Everything For The Hair"
1215 N.W. 119th Street, North Miami
Phone 685-5552
SCORPIO HAIR STYLERS
Open 6 Days 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Thurs. and Fri. until 7 P.M.
3615 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
Telephone 445-9120
SHADY LADY BEAUTY SALON
'Open 5 Days-Thursday thru Monday
9 A.M. to 9 P.M. Phone 822-5941
4110 Palm Avenue, Hialeah
SHELVIE BEAUTY SALON
Open Monday thru Saturday"
970 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
Telephone 532-6017
SILHOUETTE BEAUTY SALON
1236 West 63th Street, Hialeah
Telephone 821-0642
SMILE BEAUTY SALON
Open 6 Days-8:30 A.M. to 5 P.M."
80 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables
Telephone 446-1000
SONESTA BEAUTY SALON
350 Ocean Drive, Key Biscayne
Telephone 361-1474
' Open 9:30 to 5 P.M. 6 Days"
SUNSETS BEAUTY SALON
"Complete Beauty Care"
8750 Sunset Drive, Miami
Phone 271-0311
STUDIO 1.11 HAIR STYLING BOUTIQUE
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Telephone 443-5174
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ft, :
v^knist Ftcridffor
Friday, October 11. 1974
Mount Sinai diqr.i'.aries saluted interns and residents of
Mount Sinai Medical Center at "Caribbean Beach Bash"
held Sunday, Sept. 29, at Flamingo Beach Hotel. Here Leon-
ard Schwartz, (left: chairman of the Social Committee of
The Sustaining Board of Fellows, and his wife, Carol, join
Jana and Ed Shapiro, president of Mount Sinai Medical
Center.

K 0 h m a J 0 w w
The Sustaining Board <>! Fel-
lows ol Mount Sinai Medical
(Mite:, the hospital's youngest
.-. pportive organization, held an
eolation gala for the interns
and residents of the medical cen-
tei s mday, with 2S0 attending.
The Ji nior Board liscs LOO men
and women ol the community as
ers, A ser\ ice oi jjanization
I Mount Sinai Medical Cen-
i scholarshi] s : r
( o.ees an theii chil I en and
\- >. ks with the rial serv-
the 1 nty s< hools.
,-i-ts
<>; Leonard Schwartz, chairman;
Arthur Shephard. president of
tl S istaining Board; Samuel
Gray; Harrj Suakind; Marjorie
Toll ins, Martin (ielli. Kolicrt
l-'i- iiliug. Martin Sandier and
Dave Swart/..
The "Citizens Plan For Res-
cue: Cardiovascular Resuscita-
tion" will be demonstrated, with
audience participation, by South
Dade members of the Juvenile
Diabetes Research Foundation
Monday from 7 to 10 p.m. at
South Miami Hospital. 7400 SW
62nd Avenue. The demonstration
will be limited to 30 partici-
pants. All interested persons are
I >Ked to call Mrs. Bonnie Cohen.
New members joining Kinas
Bay Yacht and Country Club in-
clude Robert tad E^elle Abisch
and children John, Allison. Leslee
anil Mike; Herbert and Gladys
FarUsh and children Gary and
F."bb\: Joseph and Jovvphine
Gold and child"cn Jane and
Juliet: David and Rise Her-
shoran and son Justin: Harry
and Hehra Horshhian and chil-
dren Mcrrijo and David; Martin
and Shirley I evinsnn and chil-
dren I.aura. Dana and Elizabeth;
and Dr. Richard Ituhlnson, wife
Cecily and children Andrew,
Thomas and Amy.
Mrs. Helen Phillips, 92, an
e membrr of the Coral
Gables Chanter of ORT, will
share her birthday celebration
with members of the chapter
v. dnesday at 1 p.m. in the De
SotO Room of the First Federal
Savingl Bank Building, at 2750
Coral Way Mrs. Phillips attends
meetings regularly and is a
participant in all die functions
of the chapter.
& & ir
The anoointment of Dr. Charles
S. Cameron as vice president for
i!iv lopment was announced re-
cently by Dr. Julius Schultz,
president, and the board of di-
rect .-n-s Hi' Papanicolaou Cancer
Research Institute. He was in-
troduced at a prc-s conference in
the Sheraton Four A lors
Hetel li k Dr. Cnnvron.
f inner provost of Hahnn-man
Medical College, where h- had
also served as president and as
dean, was medical and scientific
c'irector of the American Cancer
Soeietv for 10 vrars nrior to his
Delation with Hahnneman Be
d; credited with bringing the
work of Dr. George N. Papani-
loloaii to the attention of the
scientific communitv and gaining
approval of the Pap test as the
most significant development in
the fight against cancer in the
20th Century.
Recent victims of Hurricane
Flfi in Honduras will be the
beneficiaries of Temole Beth
Sholom's annual Sukkot Harvest
Festival, according to the con-
regal :. it's presidei t. James S.
Knopke: Dr. Carl Gussin, educa-
t' hi an.I youth ai tivities c
nd Dr. Leon Krontah,
spiritu I leader. \ number of
children parti raising activity, including Lisa
Walsh, Kimberly Gussin. Warren
Stamra and Mark Tumpson.
A fabulous A! Fresco Lunch-
eon was held Tuesday at the
ek"-ai'.t "Gables by the Sea"
home of Dr. William and Bar-
bara Kaufman, by Alapha Omn^a
Dental Auxiliary, the largest
Jewish dental fraternity in the
world. Chairpersons of the day.
Kae (irahani and Honey KrimiM1
and president Susan I'insky
warmly welcomed 75 dentists'
wives, many new- to our area, to
this twenty third annual mem-
bership function.
i* -it &
The "Yom Kippur War" of
1973. wh.ch brought about pro-
found changes in the relation
ship of Lrael to both its ad-
versaries in the Middle East and
other nations throughout the
world, helped provide the in-
lion lor a new group of
watercolor paintings by artist
Nancy Greenberg. The pain
which dc/iict a variety of Jewish
religious seen--, ideas and teach-
ings, were conceived by Mrs.
Greenberg to express her emo-
tions concerning trie survival of
both the State of Israel and the
.'(wish religion that Israel large-
ly represents.
The subject matter is diverse,
from the triumphal "Receiving
of the Law" in which Moses
looks down on the multitudes
from Mt. Sinai with the tablets
containing the Ten Command-
ments, to the haunting "Survivor
Seeing. Feeling. Hearing."
which shows the pathetic figure
of an old woman whose quiet
pride fails to mask a past laced
with nightmare. Mrs. Green'v-r;
whose home and studio are at
7045 SW 110th Ter., has ex-1
hihited widely at local galleries
and at major art shows. A grad
uate of Brooklyn College where!
'he earned her B V and Ma
degrees, she studied art at
Brooklvn College. Brooklyn
Museum Art School. Pratt Insti-
tute. Miami Watercolor Society.
Miami Art (enter. Grove House.
Blue Dome Art Fellowship and
WAIT.
* -ft ir
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sibel are
sponsoring a luncheon and I
party for the Point East Chapter
of Women's \ i rican ORT in
honor of their 48th anniver-ary
Thursday. Get. 24, at noon in the,
French Room of the Point East
Auditorium. All proceeds to go
to Women's1 American ORT, ac-
cording to Ruth Merett. presi-
dent KNie would like all her
friends to aitend. Call Martha
Kat7, or Reba Gershman to
R.S.V.P.
Flagler Federal
Appoint Deitch
Assistant V-P
The board of director? recent-
ly appointed Harry Deitch as-
sistant vice president of Ftagler
Federal Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation.
Mr. Deitch has been with Flag-
ler Federal since September 1973
and is currently branch manager
of the Miami Beach office. He
was formerly associated with
American Savings and Loan of
Miami and First Federal Saving:
and Loan of Niagara County,
NY.
A recipient of the Community
Service Award for distinction and
outstanding contributions to pub-
lic welfare by the New York
State Savings and Loan Leagu e,
.Mr. Deitch also received the
award for outstanding service to
the Boy Scouts of America.
He served as president of B'nai
B'rith of Niagara Falls and was
on the Board of Trustees at Tem-
ple Beth El. Niagara Falls. Mr.
I u. '. u,,s chairman oi the Ad-
Board to the Salvation
Arm., and vice president of the
!' itfal N ira Boy Sou;- i |
America,
Originally from Clevel
Ohi i. Mr. Dc-i-jr. and :.. wife.
lie, now live in Hay Harbor
I.-l mds.
XCCU Chapter
Installs Officers
Miami Beach Chapter. National
Children"s Cardiac Hospital, in-
stalled its officers durint! a lunch-
eon at the Algiers Hotel this
week.
Mrs. Berdie Erleng?r became
chairman of the board end Mrs.
Jean Goldstein, president of the
organization, which suoocrts the
hospital owned and operated by
the I i iversity of Miami School
of Medicine.
The Mesdamcs Pear' Berens.
Pi ine Connor. Egtelle Pearl
stein. CKunentin Kemp ani |
Bet Ilia R>thstein were install!
as vice president.;. Mrs. Abe Pom-
erantz became treasurer, and
Mrs Roslyn Conn, honorary pres
ident.
Judaka High School Program
Includes Innovative Courses
ina rguration of a series The entire Juciaica High
,,f ,i | and innovative School program la conducted in
coiuaaa in loot of 20 dWbetJ*a coordination with the various
branches marked the opening of
the Judaic High School pro-
giam for the coming year,
erl 7.\\ 61 SI executive
director ol the Central Agency
for Jewish Ed ication annou
The four are Beth David Con-
ation, Congregation B'nai
iel, Temple Beth Am and
To: Bel.
At Both David ition.
c i Bsss include the lie I lycta
of the lew from Birth to Death,
the Politics of the Middle East,
and the Jewish View on Love.
sex and Marriage. In addition
the intensive Hebrew track
meets at Beth David for two ses-
sions each week, with the classes
accredited b.. Miami-Dade Com-
munity College North.
A' Congregation B'nai Raphael,
classes include Judaism of Pro-
test. The Holocaust, Divisions
within Judaism and Israeli
Dancing.
At Temple Both Am, a coffee
house program is being planned
in the new Youth Building.
Meanwhie c'asses have begun in
"i':.' Source": Human P.elations
and Lite.action (taught by two
i hiati Ists and < raW i i Israeli
e, Israeli Dancing and
i i-i Ing. It. ad lition, co irsej
in Conversational He. rev
The S] arks "! < >]oi j a: e I
le e It t
inity O
North.
At 1 el of Greater
Mi
:: Jt wish '; bought T" lay, .!<-
i-h Law and Applied Jewish
Vali es, ami the Study <>! Com-
parative Judaism. In addition
two c i ii tea are conducted for
college credit again through
Miami-Dade Community <
North: The Jewish Short Story
and College Hebrew. More than
12S students participate in the
lull school program each Sun-
day morning.
s/na oguti "t the community
and is under the direction of
Gene i..c.'.i v.ei_. director of
Vo..tl: i logran the Cen-
t.,.1 An n. foi .""' ISh Kduca-
tion. at,n Rab i Shimon Azulay,
iii .. School coordinator.
The J daii a 11;:\< School will
encompass more 1,000 ,-tLidents
in formal classes, informal rap
si'.-, ns, intensive college credit
in rs,-. 'i op-in-centers, coffee
iini scs. Shabbaton study week*
ends, Jewish creative aits pro*
grams and sceeial activities con-
ducted in conjunction with the
Jewish yotth organizations of
the community.
One oi the mosl ucoassful
progiams is that ol tic Cofffee
House at the University of
Miami, held each Saturday eve-
ning a' the HiKel House, under
the Joint s, onsorsiilp of the Cen-
tial Agency for Jewish Kduca-
tion and the Jewish Student
Organ atlon. More than 150 col-
lege age individuals gather for
i dam n : an i sin ling, en-
Inment and fellow ship.
Additional coffee ho ind
.:i enters v.il, ni.ed
ia i the an as of t i nity.
Grandma's Attic Sale
Spon-onMl by l*r<"liic!e
Grandma's Attic Sale, a m
raising white elephant ^aie
bj '. n lude, .- o :;> affi-
I wich h Greater Miami
',' take
pla l 25-2-T at tha M
Shopping Ma.: The .-aie will be
open : > the public on hot!-, days.
Sv.v >nd hand clothing, house-
ho I ds and other articles
will l-e sold to raise money for
Pre&udo's Chi'dren's L.lucation
I'll i in which brings basic clas-
sical music instruction to the
classroom. Sale organizers arj
Mrs. Howard Margoluis and Mrs.
David Barrett.
CHARLES BERGER
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October 11, 1974
^Jemlsti Ffrr^afentr
Page 11-B
ibbi Seymour Friedman To
each Course For 2nd Year
pfc; Mayer Aoramowitz, pre?
1 v I'V.heast Region oi
Assembly and
leader of Temple Mo-
ini Beach, announces
I ,trn of classes for the
| ite I loni irsion Wednes-
he Central A v ncy tor
EdueatlOfl, 4200 Biscayne
I. Miami.
ir Friedman, ex-
Southeast
Ion United Synagogue of
[ bs hoii ;'iii .
.he course of study
i ear
12 ma which
r, ; from R 00 .
\. II cover Jew Isn His-
i, |l nil Ch-TVl'
' Celebrations, Philosophy
a well as the read-
Hi brew and rayi ra.
I dmai who r'r'>!\p-i
m the Rabbinical
pi I of the Jewish Theological
linary, and was a spiritual
1 the J M i-h ( nmmunitv
i S >ring Valley, NY.,
i| an innovative part of
e wil be tie tbservanci
at one of the Miami
\
students will not onlv
I ul the beauty and ritual
hhe Sabbath," he said, "but
have th" onnor!unitv of cx-
and living it. They
at the hotel from b -
sundown Friday until after
Sabbath Darticiuate in the
KABbl StYMOUR fKlfOMAH
three traditional Sabbath meals,
attend services at a nearby ton-
prcra'ion and study together."
Candidates for the institute of
Conversion are recommended by
c ngregational nbhis who spon-
sor then and maintain a "lose
relationship with the candidate
during the period of study. Any-
one interested should soeak 'o
their local rabbi or contact Kab-
bi Friedman at th Southeast Re-
gion offiee. 1820 >K 183rd St.,
North Miami B tach.
Manuel Alvarez IYohioUmI To
Senior Vice President-Cashier
Veteran financial executive
I- Uvarez has been elected
1 of directors of the
fnk of Miami Beach and pro
-' i, rr vice president
| Announcem nt of
cement was made bj
\ n i Shulman, chairman
1
Is celebrating his 25th
ry In t'ne banking pro
He m ived to Miami 14
rs ago from Cuba, where he
an executive with Banco
.:! Cubano and Tlic
I mpany of Cuba. He was
r of Boulevard National
k and Miami National Bank
in j the Bank of Ifi-
\ ach seven years ago,
>ate of the University
I with cum laude hon
I Public Accounting Cer-
'. Alvarez resumed his
- of banking here, and in
Mcnorah Group Of
Hadassah Honors
Its \pir Members
The Menorah Croup of Hadas-
sah v ill honor i,; new memb rs
at th annual membershio
eon, to he held at the Coral G i-
he-- .i inior Women's C!ub, 1001
E P nee de Leon Bl 1..
Mon lay at 11:30 a m.
Th i rtain 11 feature
b :." I nd i > irary
' H
Iroie
... also a Mei
Ai :- idded attrai tioi
Wedd br int Mr. and
!. vy, will bo I
the lu icheon. Mr- Levy, an ac-
tiv and long itandine. memb '
of the group, is s-i:ii'-y'-n", the
lunch?on in cemi......ration of
the Golden Wedding Anniver-
sary.
Vat Weinstein is chairing
i Iv committee. Mrs.
am is memb^nhii
vice ores'dent. Mrs. Arthur J,
': i resides! ol the group.
Sisterhood Hosts
Dinner And Show
Temple C-r Oloni Sisterhood
will host a pal l-up membership
linner and show Thursday, Oct.
17. St. with .Sisterhood husbands
serving n waiters and Continen-
tal handling the catering.
The show will he directed by
Marilyn Rosenberg. Cast in-
cludes Lucille Foreman, Ruth
h, Sandy larai I, Carol
Kahn, Marilyn Rosenbi
Kubbie Rubin ami Eleanor Seit-
man; -ianist will be Jeane Kan-
Ian.
The evening is being rochaire I
!) Linda Miller, membership
\ Ice president, an i Bnbbii Rubin,
is and retention
chairman.
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MArXJll AlVAKtZ
1967 was iwarded the Graduate
Certificate of the American In-
stitute of Banking majoring in
investments
Alvarez completed a three-year
course offered at the University
of Wisconsin bv the National As-
sociation of Bank Auditors and
Comptrollers, now the Bank Ad-
ministration Institute, and at-
tended the Commercial Bark
Management program sponsored
by the Graduate School of Busi-
ness of Columbia University in
New York in 1963.
Alvarez, an instructor of ac-
counting for the American Insti-
tute of Banking, is the author
of the only book on bank ac-
counting designed for that course
in the entire United States.
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3mi Beach attorney Harold
I) W. Spaet has announc-
jhis candidacy for the Mi-
ll Beach City Council seat
bated by Harold Rosen
en he became the city's
Ivor following the death of
FVr Chuck Hall. Voting
take place Nov. 5. Mr.
3et was elected to tha post
[Democratic Dade County
pcutive Committeeman in
Sept. 10 primary.
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Simehat Torah-Soviet Jewry
Rally Sunday In Auditorium
The Greater Miami Jewish
v.> ith ( o incil v ill hold its an-
: Sim* .1 Torah Soi let-
Rally ai Miami ''.each
1 S in lay at 7 p, n.
Everyone in the community is
invit i to etten I,
v is just one o H e
tinted by the
i'o'.tt '< i the ho d
nsoi a Youth ..
Folk
I : Festive
: Indepi ndi i
tion.
S t-Jewry Rally is
c i.i that
the msi en the Youth Co in-
-; of t:n' : rogram is
it bj tl .....Ic ol
e iter Miami Jewish v
:l. the Teen Councils of
' i Welfare Federations of
rd and of Fort
La lerdale,
i G telson, .->
i it rli;. tor of t!i<' I
Jewish Educa
\ i be the main si eafc ir. Also
a two local :
nou C en Chil Iren -...J
eth oub ioi .
i
i o ordinati
h Co .' I 'ei
in i on with the I e
.; wish Ed ication,
. Relations Com-
ol the I Ireater Miami
and the Fed-
Israel Youtl Pi
(ether oi ganizing
the rally.
information call
I :.i. ii ri Bet I isch, Teen -
immunity
Centers of South FioriUa.
Students Of Temple Kiiiaiiu-KI On
'Sabbath Retreat With The Rabbi'
Dr. and Mrs. Irving I.ohrman
and student; of Temple Emanu-
El will share the annual "Sab-
bath Retreat with the Rabbi"
Friday and Saturdav, at the
Colonial Inn, 18101 Collins Aw.
Dr. Herman Mechlowitz, re-
cording secretary of Temple
Emanu-El, will conduct the
regular Sabbath service at 9 a.m.
in the main sanctuary, in the
absence of Dr. Lehrman.
The rabbi and hi;, wife will
accompany the 8th. 9th. 10th.
11th and 12th srade students
both of oublic schools and of
the Lehrman Day School and
the Temple F.manu El religious
school for the unusual week-
end of fellow.hip and prayer.
Special buses will l.-ave from
the temple at 4 p.m.. Friday and
from the I ehrm in Day School,
727 77th St., at 4:30 p.m. for
the trip to the Colonial Inn.
A candlelighting ceremony
Rnd evening service will be held
there at U:J5 p.m., followed by
a Shabbat dinner, discussions
with the rabbi, singing and
dancing and an 11 p.m. "good-
night Saturdav morning activities
include a breakfast, Shabbat
sen ice. a luncheon and rap ses-
sions, debates and study groups.
Hincha (afternoon) service and
Shalosh Seudot (third meal) are
slated for 6 p m.. followed by
a Havdalah service at 7:30 p.m
The buses will leave at 8 p.m.
for the return trip.
Mrs. Martin (Judy) Smith is
chairman of the Temple Youth
Commission, which is coordinat-
ing the Sabbath Retreat. The
program is open to all Temnle
Emanll-El and I."hrman Day
Calil Chapter Meeting
Date Changed To Oct. 22
The Gnlil Chapter of the
American Mizrachl Woman's
meeting date tor October was
changed t" 12:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Oct. 22, because of the Siucoth
holiday, and ill he held at the
Washington Federal, 633 NE
167th St.
Highlight of the meeting will
be a .stimulating and thought
provoking address by Mrs. Min-
nie Field, author of numerous
books on how to face the 'Gold
en Years of our Ijfe."
S !. ioi families with the cost
beii subsidized by the Temple
Sist -rho id, of which Mrs.
Richard Schwarz is president.
Reservations rnay be made at
the Temple office.
"I 1 iok forward each year to
this annual Sanbath Ret
which brings Judaism on a posi-
tive basis to many of our
youngsters," Dr. Lehrman said.
They f;' 1 th.it religion is a two-
way street between rabbi and
< mgregant, and I fully agree.
Away from the synagogue, they
become more free in their opin-
ions and participation. and
usui 1 v come away with a deeper
commitment to their Jewish
ll 1 i'.'iL.'C "
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congenicl woman in fifties;
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matrimony. Call 531-3135
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Friday, qptobetJl, }97i
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Bar Mitzvah
ff ROBIN HORN IK and
Ror ;n^W-ar:. I'.II.JWm-i "! HIT
and Mrs. P. ter Hornik, 8520 SW
12th St., will celebrate her Bat
Mitzvah at Temple Or Olom
Friday, Oct. 11. Her twin
bn :.ic:-. Steven Ronald, will be
oalle i" the Torah as i< Bar
Mil da Oct. 12.
are eighth
ipra -1 Wi si
Junto] School and will both
l atten ling 'i nfin
,- ,. si le I >r l Hi
In a Idition I the < neg Shah-
bat and Ki I Mrs
H rnik will In si a reception at
the Cocon il Grove H ti Satur-
day evenin :. ton mg tl
will te gran Mrs. Gert-
rude Bri ssi an and Mrs. Gert-
rude Hornik; Air. and Mrs. A.
Arthur Bressman, great-aunt
and great-uncle from New Jer-
sey; and two great g;eat aunts
Paula Mendell fiom New Jer-
sey ana Ida Burger from New
York.
6 tr
ALAN ESQl'KNAZI
Alan Esquenazi, son of Dr. and
Mr?. Jose Esquenazi will become
a Bar Mitzvah, Saturdav morn-
ing, Oct. 12. at Temple Menorah.
i is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High
Scha ..
A Kiddush will follow services
and a part Ing Alan will
be attend) Is, Sat-
urday evening at the Harbour
H
n I FREX 11A \-;
The won es at Bet
Torah Cor tii n Sat irday,
Oct. 12, wi! i Bar
Mi'/-. r Joffrev, son of Mr.
ant Mrs. Phi
Jeffrey of the
Pre- "onl at Beth
Toi..: -
School attends
ferson J I, w'
he i He 9
a mei AAA Sc
Pat I,
Mr. Haas will .....
-! fol owing the serv-
I thei] son's h mong
the a ill be Jet;:
grandmother, Mrs. Anna Ri s-
tick.
':
LAURIE DAVIDSON
Iaurie B th, daughl a of Mr.
and Mrs S ym iut Davidson, will
observe her Bat Mitzvah at Beth
Torah Congregation Friday
evening, Oct. 11.
The celebrant is an eif'hTh
grace student at John F. Ken-
nedy Junior Hih School and a
member of the Hebrew High
School class at Beth Torah's
Harold Wolk Keiigious School.
Laurie's parcnta will sponsor
the One,; Shabbat following the
ces in her honor,
NEIL SHOTEB
Neil Barry, e ii of Rabbi and
Mrs. Ben a I P. Shoter, will be-
; -.,: Mil vah at Temple
ina Beach, Oct. 12.
Bar Mitzvah was recently
ind Cted into the Junior Nation-
al Honor Society at Osceola
Junior High School of Ormond
Beach, where he is an 8th grade
student.
Following the Sabbath Eve
Services. the Sisterhood of
Tempie Israel will sponsor the
Oneg Shabbat honoring the cele-
brant. Rabbi and Mrs. Shoter
will host the Kiddush following
the Shabbat morning service.
Guests will include grand-
parents Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Keusch; aunts and uncles, Mr.
and Mrs. Russell Keusch and
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Weinber-
ger, Aaron Keusch and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Keusch. all of Mi-
ami: Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
yn of Pompano Beach; and
a large contingent from Sara-
sota, where Rabbi Shoter was
spiri er for 12 yi ars.
ROBERT MURRAY
Robert Brett, <-on of Mr. an I
.: Jo eph T. M irray, 8998 SW
Perr., will celebrate hi- Bar
M conducting Friday
ni| 111 an I s i bb ith morning serv-
l ael and Greater
Youth Synaggoue Ocl 11
... be Ton i
' '. lir "''> from th
and his Hd
S re or v
:
il re Muss n e
h He will be joined in
set his four i
i 1. Andrew, Joshua and
Robert is an eighth grade
nt at Obolei Torah Day
il. .He formerly att fflde I
South Dade Hebrew Academy
and the Hebrew Academy of
r Miami.
The celebrant will be honored
at the One a Shabbat Friday
Dr. Joseph Lookstein To Spend
10 Days With Jewish Leaders Here
Dr. Joseph Lookstein, chan-
cellor of Bar-Ilan University of
Israel, will arrive in Miami
Beach Sunday to spend 10 days
with top Jewish leaders of
Greater Miami organizing the
Florida Committee for Bar-Ilan
University.
He also will confer with Dr.
Irving Lehrman, rabbi of Tem-
ple Emanu-El who now serves
as honorary president of the
Synagogue Council of America,
the umbrella agency of Ortho-
dox. Conservative and Reform
Judaism in the United States.
Dr. Lookstein, who has been
Rabbi of Congregation Kehilath
Jeshurun in New York City
one of the nation's leading Or-
thodox synagogues for the
past 48 years, is first vice presi-
dent of the Synagogue Council
of America.
Dr. Lookstein is former na-
tional president of the Rabbinic-
al Council of America and of the
New York Board of Rabbis. Dur-
ing World War II. he was na-
tional chairman of the Commis-
sion of Jewish Chaplaincy, and
helped in the recruitment, train-
ing and .supervision of hundreds
of rabbis who served in the
United States Armv, Navy, Air
Force and Coast Guard.
Dr. Lookstein is former Chair-
man of the World Council on
Jewish Education and in 1937
DR. JOSEPH lOOKSTtlM
founded the Ramaz School, one
of the nation's best known and
largest Hebrew day schools. He
became chancellor of Bar-Ilan
University, which has more than
6,000 students in Ramat Gan,
Israel, ten years ago. Through
his initiative, Bar-Ilan now has
a School of Law, School of Edu-
cation, School of Social Work
and a full complement of un-
dergraduate and graduate stud-
ies.
Steven Hornik
Robin Hornik
Robert Murray
Neil Shoter
Man ttquenazi
evening and at the Kiddush
foliowing services Saturday. A
reception in celebration of the
< ocasion will aNo be hosted by
hit parents at the Royal Hun-
garian Restaurant Saturday eve-
ning. Among the guests will be
his aunt and uncle, Linda and
Richard Murray, and cousins,
Karen and Debra- from East
\ rthport, L.I.. NY., and his
great-uncle. Abe Tobias, from
Brooklvn. N.Y.
it t-r -it
GAREY SIMMONDS
During the Sabbath morning
services at Temple Sinai of
North Dade Saturday. Oct. 12,
Garey, the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Warren L. Simmonds, will be
called to the Torah as a Bar
Mitzvah.
Carey is a student at John F.
Kennedy Junior High School and
is enrolled in the High School
of Jewish Studies at Temple
Sinai.
Monthly Birthday
Party Oct. 27 At
Douglas Gardens
Greater Miami Women's Aux-
Jew ish Home and II ip il
l ir the Aged, will hold the a
d n's first monthly birthday
party al P ... i la I ns. 152
NE 52nd St., Sunday, Oct. 27, at
m.-
Laurence Sib. i rn n,
nt, wili i | nd el-
com a 1 Rue ts. Program ch
man x.;.k: sky has
.1 i musical program
\1 ,:' ii Reid and
on hi -'' i Ref eshmi nts
served I public is invited.
The Auxiliary will hold its
annual "New Year's Project"
luncheon at noon Tuesday, Oct.
2!'. in the Delano Hotel with
Mrs. Silverman presiding.
The invocation will be given
by Mrs. Jack Weiss, New Year's
Project chairman. Many prizes
will be awarded.
Reservations may be made bv
calling Anne Tancnbaum, Henny
Jaffee or Rose Roth.
Dade Poets Mark
Poetry Week Here
"World Poetry Week" will be
celebrated next week in six Dada
County libraries under the spon-
sorship of the Laramore Rader
Poetry Group, which is under
the guidance or Vivian Lara-
more Rader, poet laureate of
Florida.
Well known poets of this area
will read from their own works
Sunday at 3 p.m. in the Miami
Springs Library: Monday at 8
p.m. in the Broekway Memorial
Library. Miami Shores; Tuesday
at 7:30 p.m. in the Surf-Bal-Bay
Library, Surfside: Wednesday
at 7:30 p.m. in the Miami Beach
Public Library; Thursday at 8
p.m., Coconut Grove Library,
and Sunday, Oct. 20, at 3 p.m.
in Miami's Main Library.
In addition t|- Mrs. RadeT, par-
ticipants will include Elizabeth
Antonova (Feinman), William
Touhy, James Hall, Gloria Mac-
Arthur, Harriet Blackwell, Bea-
trice Branch. Frank Fitzgerald-
Bush, Dorothy Beachhold, Al-
fred Chalk, Jordan Davidson,
Nanlee Pitts. Lois Sargent, Ruth
Weralka. Bernice Bilodeau,
Ricardo Pau-Llosa and lidna
Paglin Weinsteic.
Miami Beach residents Abraham Zacroisky, (left) Jacob Bi
niakonsky and Isaac Yagodnick will be honored at the-
Cuban-Hebrew Israel Dinner of State Saturday, Oct. 26, m
the Eden Roc Hotel. They will be the recipients of ths State
of Israel Masada Award.
'Abot Israel9 To Be Theme
Of Cuban-Hebrew Dinner
i-Hel re i mmu-
nity of Greater Mi
01 \!-i :-:;i,>\" the 1 era of
h:i, Isaa
at its animal Is el 1
:. State i Oct. 2
the : len R v Hotel.
eno 1 i ." !
Hebrew i
il nner ch I
ahan H perl
:' '..! |j
Ya-
: i Inick and J
v>ill be hoi i it>> 11 e State
iel Viasa a Award at l le
' i dii ni I
The Masada Award, which
m mj ro S the 190 tl
6 hi roic d fense i i
the fortress of Masada, the i -;
Ji wisl nghold to fall in the
Roman m ; ,'st of Palestine, is
being presented to Zacroisky,
Blj|liak<-::ski and Yagodnick in
recognition of their outstanding
service t<> the state of Israel.
All tiiree honorees are mem-
celts of the Cuban-Hebrew Con-
gregation of Miami Beach.
. -
.....,: ,- p^a&ident
q | t .-.. n-
an i a fan i
R'naj :.';.;.. Utin
I I <
who -''..'.es as
tra ir i the i
.'.,, i xei u-
ti\
ner presi leni th Cu-
i an Jev i ,h < m mi
. "i .:!.-.
ol Uifi Latin
e
S .' ing on the C u ew
!- e I e is .it-
tee ith Habil and Hupperl ire
ugn ,; t's a;- Mins-
' a:..I tie. ','i S.a....iel
.- : art ii.-iiii,i._
HONOUKDSt it Sen. Ralph
Po-ton. wbb repi -nit- Dade apd
Monroe counties, was honored
for his lca4?r-hip in the field of
Highway Safeh legislation ;by
ilit \ I'.icli*.-.Sifet..- Iiispection
Association Florida, at the
concluding nfetins of its (all
rwvr
conference"
)rlando.
;:

The
Natural Nosh
Delicious, natural Sun Maid
raisins are a nasher's delight!
Naturally sweet, full of energy straight
from the sun, they're good to eat anytime. Instead
of candy, as a between-meal snack, while watching TV of
as a lunchbox treat. Be good to your favorite noshers. Give
them Sun Maid raisins ... in the little red box. And don't
forget to buy the big red box for all your cooking and
baking needs!
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K CfRTIf IEO KOSHER


October 11. 1974
* It nisi fhrHikir
Paga 13-B
74 Year Book Announced
/ Encyclopaedia Judaica
er publishing House. Jeru-
subiisbtp of the authori-
Erryciopaedia Judaica. an-
.es the Duplication "Sf the
Year Book for distribu-
n the United States Dec. 1.
iited by Louis I. Rabinowitz
[with a foreword by the pub-
L Yitzhak Rischin. the vol-
covers the events of 1973
,xisting material in
encvcboaedia which was
Inally published in 1971. It
tended to be not only a sun
volume to the 16
iaica. but has a value
[ nt of the Encyclopae-
"1 Year Bdi contain*
Jra: full length feature arti-
b> distinguished Israeli.
Mean and European authors
, volume also contains a cont-
rive study of the reaction
of world Jewry to the Yom Kip-
pur War as well as a photo essay
by N'achum Tim Gidal.
Major revisions have been
made in previously published ar-
ticles, most notably those con-
cerning Henry A. Kissinger; Je
ruMlem; Music and Musicians:
Jews in Public Life; and the
United States of America.
Sir.ce its publication, the En-
cyclopaedia Judaica has beconi
widely recognized as the single
most authoritative reference
source in the English language
on ail subjecta of Jewish concern
and can be found in thousands of
libraries, colleges and universi-
ties and in oriva;.e homes. The
Encyclopaedia md the 1974 Year
Book arc available directly from
the publisher's United States of-
fices. Keter. Inc.. 104 East 40th
Street. New York. NY 10016.
iteven Gluckstern Appointed V-P
Of Bank Of North Bay Village
even F. Gluckstern has been
jinted vice president and
t fficer of the Bank of
th Bay Village, Abel Holtz,
trma". of the board, announc-
IWednesday.
I rn, who formerly serv-
I,. ,;sistant vice president of
.Iiaini Beach, prcvi-
lly bad six years executive
v-cc -.th the Chemical Bank
In.'* York.
jr luate in finance and po-
[ nee of C. W. Post Col
| if Nen Vork. where he was
ember of the collegiate wrest-
L team. Gluckstern was presi-
>t of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity
in student govern-
iltz said Gluckstern will co-
Blu immunity relations for
Bank of North Bav Yi ; > <.
inly financial institu-
I: lartered in its own
1 j building 1666 Ken-
When (here's
blintzes and sour cream
for dinner enjoy the
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deeper richer color and a
BIGTEATASTE
Tea is traditional, and Tetley is tea
at its bestfavored in Jewish
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In hot weather, there's nothing
like iced Tetley to really quench a
thirjrl Make it with Tetley Tea Bags,
Iced Tea Mix pouches, or Tetley's
100% Instant Tea. Enjoy Tetley's big'
tea flavor for taste that never
fades. Serve it iced or hot, with dairy
or meatmeal time, nosh time,
an/tinj is Tetley time!
K ON THE PACKAGE MEANS CERTIFfED KOSHER
V TR ADITION SINCE 1875
Abbey Berkowitz To Manage
Kosher Saxony Hotel Resort
Dr. Melvile L. Jacobs is com-
ing to Miami to attend a
meeting of therapeutic radiol-
ogists at the Sonesta Beach
Hotel. He will also be hon-
ored guest of the City of
Hope Southeastern Regional
Council of Presidents and
will speak to the 12 chapters
Wednesday, Oct. 30, at 7
p.m. at the First Federal,
18301 Biscayne Blvd. The
public is invited.
SrfVCN GLUCKSTERN
nedy (79th Street) Causeway,
the Bank of North Bay Village
is a member of the Federal De-
- ; Inmrance Corooration.
Abbey Berkowitz has been
named manager of the Saxony
Hotel, which will become one of
Miami Beach's kosher hotels in
November.
The Berkowitz ramily Ber-
kowitz Associates recently
took over operation of the
baxony at 3201 Collins Ave., and
will convert it to a kosher resort
by Nov. 24.
Berkowitz, a graduate of the
Hebrew Academy in Miami
Beach. Yeshiva University and
Ner-Israel College in Toronto, is
the third generation of his family
to be involved in the manage-
ment of kosher hotels in Miami
Beach. His grandparents, the
Waldmans. founded the kosher
Crown Hotel now operated by
his father, Murray Berkowitz,
and managed by Abbey Ber-
kowitz' brother-in-law, Michael
Lefkowitz.
The 400-room Saxony, which
will operate on a year-round
basis, has begun a refurbishing
program which will include mak-
ing 150 of the units "efficiency
apartments."
S. Dade JWVA
Meeting Monday
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Jewish War Veterans South
Dade Post No. 778 will hold its
monthly meeting Monday at 8
p.m. at the offices of Eisenman
Realty Corporation. 10427 S.
Dixie Hwy. Leah Eisenman, pres-
ident, will report on the upcom-
ing social events to be held.
Tuesday evening, Oct. 24,
Evelyn Clein. senior vice presi-
dent, will head a delegation serv-
ing refreshments to the patients
and staff of the Homestead Air
Force Base Hospital.
National ruling now makes it
possible for all women of the
Jewish faith to become a mem-
ber of an Auxiliary whether or
not she. or any member of her
family, has been in the armed
services. All interested women
are cordially invited to attend
this meeting.
Boutique Sale Wednesday
Marsha Wolfstein Chapter.
Histadrut Women's Council, will
hold a boutique sale in the Bar-
celona Hotel Wednesday begin-
ning at noon. Proceeds will be
i-sed to provide scholarships for
indigent students in Israel, ac-
cording to Mrs. Philip Sahl.
president Reservations may be
made b.- calling Mrs. Morris
Kogan. Mrs. Tessie Kireon or
the Histadrut office at -120 Lin-
coln Rd., Suite 389, Miami
Beach.
Culture Wincle Resumes
The Yiddish Culture Wincle
will begin its fourth season
Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. in the
Agudath Israel Hebrew Insti-
tute, 78701 Carlyle Ave. The
program will include researcher
and educator S. Classman, who
will speak on "Modern Anti-
Semitism," a group of Yiddish
melodies by concertina player
L, ib Malamude and a Sholom
Aleichem monologue by Philip
Nashkin.
ABBEY BERKOWTZ
There will also be a new
arcade featuring a coffee shop
and mini-market as well ad
nightly entertainment in the
Ivory Tower night club.
Weber Lodge's Guest Speaker
District Deputy Grand Exalt-
ed Ruler of Florida, Royal Al
Weber, Jr.. was to be the hon-
ored guest of the Miami Beach
Elks Lodge- No. 1601, Thursday
at 8 p.m.
ihe official representative of
Grand Exalted Ruler Gerald
Strohin, of Fresno, Calif., he will
speak on the national program
of the Order of Elks for the
year.
The District Deputy Grand]
Exalted Ruler will be escorted
by many dignitaries including
Past State President Marvin
Kimmel, Past State Vice-Presi-
dent Otto Stegemann; PER
Mayor Harold Rosen. PER for-
mer Vice-Mayor Joseph Malek,
PER Judge Zev W. Kogan. PER
Allen Goldberg, PER Joseph
Dructa r, PER David Drucker,
PER Irving Firtel and PER Ed-
ward Newman.
Swiss says cheese.
Swiss says fondue.
'Aid To Israel Luncheon'
The Jewish War Veterans
Ladies Auxiliary No. 330 plans
its annual "Aid to Israel" lunch
eon party at the home of nation
al historian Irene Cooperman.
660 Shore Dr., Normandy Isle,
at noon Sunday. Oct. 20. Cards,
games and prizes will be in-
cluded. All are welcome accord-
ing to Pauline Lazarus, presi-
dent.
Swiss Knight says delicious fnings imported from
Switzerland: 6 foil-wrapped wedges of plain or as-
sorted Gruyere Cheese, perfect for snacks, parties,
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vJenist fhridUar
Friday, October 11. 1974
Rabbi Kipper To Be Guest Speaker
Rabbi Morris A. Kipper, direc-
tor of Greater Miami Hich
School in Israel, will be the
guest speaker at Sabhath Eve
services at Temple Sinai of
North Dade Fridav evening.
Rabbi Kipper, who was former-
ly the Rabbi of Temrle Judea.
settled in Israel over a year ago
in order to direct the program
which permits Miami Hieh
School students to spend a quin-
mester in Israel for High School
credit.
Rabbi KipDor will reflect on
the mood in modern Israel as
well as reporting on the prog e
of what ii certainly an excitins
and far reaching educational
program.
Mra TWi Hollo HKSl chapter Meetm9 v
lTir. ItU 1J.U1IU Ri;bert Kanzer chapter. N
Giairman Of
Luncheon
Mrs Ted Hollo has been ap-
pointed chairman of the annual
LEGAL NOTICE
Sol tz-Yaff a Group To Hold Luncheon And Fashion Show
The Soltz-Yaffa group of
Hadassah paid-up membership
luncheon will be held at noon
Tuesday in the Washington Fed
eral. 699 NE 167th St.. North
Miami Beach. All life memb"r=
and paid-up members for '74'75
are welcome without charge.
Dues may be paid at the door.
Mrs. Lillian Enright will
s;>eak. Also featured will be a
fashion show by "Rodin Knits
Swim and Snort Shon." 163rd
Street Arcade. A donated three-
piece knitted suit will be award-
ed Proceed5 will go to the
Hari's.-ah M'dicai Organization.
Contact MoLUe Grapin or oRse
Dushkin. memlx?rshi-i vice presi-
dents, for reservations.
Judea Lodge Meets Tusday
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro.
Pabbi Alexander S. Gross and
Mrs. Reva Wexler will be the
guest speakers at the tirst meet-
ing of the fall season to be held
by Judea Lodge. B'nai B'rith, in
the Roney Pla/a Assembly Rm
Tuesday at 8 p.m. The topic un-
der consideration is "Who Is a
Jew? What Is a Jew? And Can
Jewry Survive In The United
States?" Musical entertainment
will be provided by soloist Diana
Benefield. according to Ben
Kutcher. program chairman.
Memorial Services Friday For Harry Herbert, 74
NEW YORK Harry Herb-
ert. 74, long-time Jewish com-
munal worke rand college s|>orts
figure died here Oct. 6 after a
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5221 SW 89th PI.. Mas-.-.I awa] 'r'i--
day, Oct. l al Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital He had been ill for the past
\, an with Leuki ml* ('harli
was .i native Mlamlan and .t student
at Bin*- Lakes Elementary School Be-
loved son of Marcla Camner Slmonoff
i Harold Slmonoff brother of Joe-
l\ n B, and Diane i> Slmonoff t mi Grandson of Mrs. Rachel Bl-
mohoff of Miami. Servlcei were held
Thursday al Gordon Kunerai n<>me
with interment In Temple Israel Cam-
''. Tti. family mh.-c.i- contribu-
tions In mem-Tv ma) bt made to the
Deed Club, University of Miami School
of Ai.diitne ai the National Children!
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heart attack. He had served as
director of the Support and De-
velopment Services of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board
(JWBl from 1951 until his re-
tirement in 1966.
A special memorial service
will be held at JWB headquar-
ter in New York City at 12:30
p.m. Friday. His wife. Marian,
arid other members of the fam-
ily will be present.
LEVKOFf
JACK I 62, passed awa] Sepi 29.
Formerly of Ala. coming to Miami 28
veari .ik" He is survived by tv i
daughters, Llsabetfa and Mary Lev-
koff, and a brother, Sanford, of Bay
Harbor Island* Donations to Miami
Heart Institute are sucaei i
ROBBINS
i.. 7". of Burfside Fla pa
awa] Wednesda] Oct 2. Formerh
, .\ v Survived by u Florei Rob-
ot Surfslde, son, I)**. Luwri i
l: Robblns of Mil, brother M
flobblns of Pomnanc Bead brother,
H nrs Robhlns ol Massai I net I i Fu-
ll services were held Thursday,
. ; '.< at Riverside In-
it .Mi. X.'.....>mi
tt'AI I Miriam 59, .t Norttl Miami
I ich Rivel side.
A AKXU K. Miriam. ''. Of North
m Reach. Riverside
/A KBRBKAM. Ethel, ^7. of Miami
Reach. Rlvi rside
-ill VER. Katherine, 86, of Hollywood.
Rivel
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Riverside. Interment Mounl Nebo
i', m.-- < n
i:a\ EK.MAN, B< dli m Beai h I i I
"' 'SSE -in -ide Levitt.
: >.\ v*ID< >\v. Irving I.. 70
i Sordon Star of David
Mem irlul Park
FISCWBEIN. Am i II, of Mil
Reach Riven
VDJIE1 EH Danny, 2". of !
I :, .. H d
SN YDBR, Kathi of "
rdon In term l t
M< m..rial 1 ||
SAX1 is Sidney N of Mtam Bi ai 'i
BOl TZ Di K'Ullam Boyer, 67. of
Riverside
vn.K is Pannle 9 i f Miami
Rlvi ri Ide Inu rmi nl Mou
r.-ni. i ,
VOVAK.. Jon ph. 64 of Ml iml Bea h.
New man Inti rmenl Mount .- I
mi DN< iP, Rose, 70, of North Miami
Beach Levitt. Interment Mium
Nebo Cemetery
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open Every Day Closed Jobbtrtfi
140 SW57rh Avenue
Phone 266-2888
tional Jewish Civil Service Em-
ployees. Inc., will meet at the
Washington Federal. 1133 Nor-
mandy Dr. Miami Beach, Sun-
div. Oct. 20. at 1 pm. _____
LtGAL NOTICI
membership petite luncheon to ^^"E^^RJ^m, *
be held Wednesday noon. Mrs. ELtv>~ orida -n and for
Richard Schwarz. president of
the Sisterhood of Temple
Emanu-El. announced.
A strong campaign for new
members headed by Mrs Louis
Hauser, membership vice presi-
dent has already brought in a
substantial number of new mem
bers. who will be present at the
luncheon. It is the aim of the
Sisterhood to make every Temple
member a part of Sisterhood.
"Ifs A Musical World." con-
ceived and executed bv Trixie
Levin will be the entertainment
part of the program for the
afternoon.
Mrs. Max Dinisman is program
chairman for the day.
Young Singles Group
Plans Seminar, Dance
The Young Professionals and
Professionals II are cosponsor-
ing a seminar on "Human Sex-
uality." led by Dr. Richard Scha-
effer, psychologist, at the First
National Bank of Ft. Lauder-
rlale, One Financial Plaza. Wed-
nesday at 7:30 p.m.
The Young Professionals,
nerving Dade and Broward Coun-
ty single adults in their 20's and
- will sponsor a live-band
dance at The Jamestown Club.
2721 S. Bayahore Dr.. Coconut
Grove, Sunday at 8 p.m.
< .oida Meir Chapter,
AJCongreM Meeting
The Golda Meir Chapter, Flor-
ida Women's Division. American
Jew is!; Congress, will hold its
regular monthly meeting M >n-
day at 12:30 p.m. in the Seasons
South Party Room. 5001 Collins
Ave., Miami Beach.
A leader from the League of
en's Voters will address the
group "U "Growth Policy in
South Florida." Also, there will
be a brief rundown on local
candidates. Fiienus ar. i neigh-
bors are invited to attend.
Dolphins, Racing Greats
To Visit Auto Show Here
The fourth annual South Flor-
Show, Nov. 2-10 in the
M ami Beach Convent! i
will Lncl ide a huge exhibit of
nercia! vehicles, recreational
' 175 mo lei domestic
a itomobiles, the latest In
cars, antiques, race cars ind
rods an l customs, plus many
sj i s exhibits.
Tnes lay, Nov. 5, n des-
ignated as "Dolphins Night."
with many players on hand to
free autographed photos.
Wednesday, Nov. 6. has in on dec-
ited as "Racing Night" with
famous rr.ee cars on exhibit and
racing greats on hand.
DADE COUNTY
PR03ATE DIV'SION
PROBATE NO 74.6305
J GWYNN PARKER
In RE !:-:
v E STEWART
'' NOTICI TO CREDITORS
To All reditort and AI P*raon Hay.
Inn Clalnw or Demands kalnl .--aid
hV!i' ;ir. herabj notified i reoulr-
.a to pr.-otn any rlalm* and dej indi
which j m n.,.v hay; ft"
NOHMA PAYB BTBWART.
.!. ..,-,i it. of Dad unty.
to the Circuit Judre ol Dad
Countv, and Ole the nan
rate and pn rlo>d In Beetlon I 1 IS.
K'orlda StaUUea. In ti elr oj I ; in
the O unty curti ou*e h Dade iun-
i- ,,-,,i,, within tour calendar
months from 'ho time *< the flrat
publication hereof, or the earne win
Filed at Miami. Florid*, this 4th
I l| ,;,, \ D '""
CLARA K QIARD1NO
As BxecutrlJi
F .. Duhlleatlon of this notice
tho Uth day of Octobar 1974.
:.A\V OFFICES OF JAI K J TAKH.ll
Attorney for Executrix
17 "i N W 7th si root
Miami. Florida J3126 |l]g
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-8304
J. GWYNN PARKER
In RE: Batate of_ .,._
ARTHUR CLARENCE STKU AI1T
I...... ed __
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Yedltors and All I Hav-
ina Claims or Demands Ajtalnat Suid
Escate: ,
tou are hereby notified and r^nuir-
to present any claims and demands
u-hich N"u in.iv i...v.' asralnst the es-
tate of ARTHfR CLARENCE BTEW-
(RT de< eased late ol Dad I unty,
Florida, i" the Circuit Jedstes of Dade
County, .iml file 'h.- same in da
, lit-1 and ai provided In Beetlon 731 io.
Florida Statutes. In Ifcsjlr offices In
it;. Count) Courthouse In Dad.....un-
iv, Florida, within four oalendar
months fn m the time of the il
publication hereof, or the same will
be harred. _
Filed at Miami. Floridn. this 4th
day f October, AD. i?T4
Cl ARA Ol IRI I NO
As Esten utrix
Fir-i publication this rotlce on
the nth day of Octobei 1974._____
1 AW OFFICES OF JACK J. TAFFKR
Attorney for Executrix
17"" n \v 7th Street
Miami. Florida Silts
7!
M
I
HCAL NOTICE
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
OF CORPORATE DISSOLUT.ON
In The Nam. And l(> The Authority
i if The State Of Florida .....
m A LI in WHOM THESE PRE-
-i:\TS SMALL. COME. OREETINQ8:
\\ hnroai.
!K\-|N MIAMI UKA'-H. KUiKIDA
RAE WEISSMAN ,, .
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
JI-Ul'8 WEI88MAN
MIAMI BEACH. F> oitll'A
hi on the iith day of JAM'AKl.
\ ii isss cauae to i- Incorporated un-
,u- of tht siat.- 'if Florida
>. \\,.s HOTEL CORP. a ooroora-
tlon, with it* principal place "f bual-
at MIAMI BEACH. DADE
."r.\TY ni the BtU of Florida, and
whereas the proper officers ( Buch
i-uruor......lid "'I '' :'' da* "'
1ANUARY a I'. IMS. caaae t" be
In the nffloe of the BecreUry of
St ,.i -,ii,. stato of Florida
ate of Amendment chanstina Its
corporate name to WE1S8MAN CORP.
i niierc is mch corporation did on
, .. i dai of OCTOBER A 1> i74.
ause to be filed In the office of the
.-.. i relars t State if the State of
Florida, the documentary authority
require I i.- >ler Be tioi S IS 27. F I
- ttutes shi a-liuf the dlaeoutl n of
such .corporation.
Now, therefon tht 9 retarv of State
di ,- bj..... '\ to ti\.
that hi -
mi's cf the !.> i s. .. i
ilVEN ler mj u ind tht
>. .ii ol St ite of Fl <
, ., ilay
\ I 19T4
DOROTHY W GLISSON
- retary of Stall
State of f\ irHa
II 74
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I'TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-28684
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In re T1
I \P WITS PETIT-JEAN
Ri SE M \KY PETIT-JEAN.
TO R( si: MARY Ii T-JEAjU
>_>: Vvenui Ai
Hi \. York '. 1 SIS
Y< HI IRE IIER1 H I
Petition f.-r Din* ul of M
-. alnat you and i
h.erehy
.
i oi thi Hut I Lttorney.

I4-.4 N.W. 17 Avenu Mlam
tl the
Clet v. st\ led < !ourt on or
ii : __r.i da] i mber,
-i t:t v be entered
'
DATED :. im. dai
1974
IARD IV BRINKER
Clerh nl the Circuit Court
A I
r. l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
NO. 74-2642
In RE: Estate of
t m'mi: GREENE a k B
JAO 'B OREEN
rlAoeaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
t,. am Credltori and AM Peru Hal
in* Claims or Demands Acalnat Said
i' ,
You are hereli\ notified and reouir-
>rt to nn>n' anv i i-m- "H 1""anos
whhh you may have sjralnst the es-
.,-. nf JACOB OPBENE a'k'a JA-
,- ih GREEN, deceased late of Dade
vtinti Florida, to 'ho cngi-tv Judaei
f Dado County, and file th- same ir.
i.......ni.- ni i ........- Idi Section
T*3 16. Floi Ida 81 itutes In their
fi, es in the I'nuii" Cn-thnuse In
Dade Count] Florida. thin t ilen-
dar months from the time the I
-.ni i..-,. n hereof, or tl will
be barred
Paled at Miami. Florida this 4lh
I:,, oi i ictoher v ii 1*74
i--\y <:i:'-' vi-
As Administratrix, C T A
First Mi' Ilcati...... this on
the "ih dav of October lr>74
DAVID s Ki"\'lti E
Attorney for Administrate C.T.A.
n i in -dii Road.
Miami Beach. Fla. S3IS9
10/11-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 74.6015
JOSEPH NESBITT
In RE: Estate of
S U AH I INK
d< en< I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Yedltot and AI Pent iti Har-
ms or !' mands I R i I
You are herehy notified and rertu*r-
.-,i ,. preaenl any claims and demi
. | i i \,.u mat hat i i i I ''
of S xi:Ml I INK. I Iat
lade I'ouniy. Florida, to the ctr-
un Judges of Dadi County, and file
I BSMBM If. 'iuoli, i, ,i .I v -,;-.-.
m Section 733 ( Florida Statute*. In
beli "if.'.- mo the <'oui.u Courthouse
i 'oi. < !ouat), F I ''ir
dar months fn m I if 'he
n hereof or the same
w i'' i.. baired
Filed nl Miami Florida, thi- sth
iu\ ,.I i ', 1,'Iiit A 1' 1974
Bl'NICE SHEItSI
Aa Exi atrlJi
r i st oiii.ii' allnn of this i on
11 -h dnv f lober I 174
HERBERT '/ MAR> IN
v 1.1 ii. \ r.,i i-:\.., atrix
8 W Wth Avenue. Su
Miami. Florida !
1 i Tl-tS
In I!E:

- I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT C~
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PfOBA'E NO 74-6630
JOSEPH NESBITT
K-I.L
\Z" n DEL PORTILLO
lit- t .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All CYi I All Pel I
it- Claims "i ;
late
You ,,re hereby n itlfled
im^ and I
i you may have aaa -' the es-
>ORENZO G DEL FOR.
ed late of D
i he Circuit Judstes of D le
ami Me the same In dun'i-
ii .1 as pro* Ided In s.- >n 733 16.
Btatutes In
ut i v i'.'UMhouse it- Dade C in-
ly, Florida, within four
in the time nf the firt
itlon hereof, or the same will
be ban
il Miami. Florida, this th
lay of tober. A.D. 1!>74
CHARLES (JARRrDO
Executor
Fir-i nuhlloatlon of this notl. e on
he Ilth day of October 1974.
LI :> SII VERMAN
\ irney t> ir ffixe utor
300 Roberts BuildlriK. Miami. Florida
10/11-18
in the circu't court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for
dade county
in probate
NO. 74-6144
iam i soltz a/k/a
Wll UAM Bl IYER .-
:
NOTICE Oc PROBATE
T"E STATE OF FLORIDA:
IRS" INS INTER
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT
hereby notified tl
- run M purportlna to be
will and taatameol said
u bl an admitted to probate
Court You are here! % i om-
oalendar months
I ., .- pUb]
appear In said Court
rou r ssh]
.n at said Court ir admitting
II to probate si "ui t no)
.
EPH NESBITT
Ctreuil .ludite
By i pilg K PASTORF1BI : C rl
-H LPIRf) FRIED, WEIL & BCHEER
of William
I n Road
Bea oh Florida 331S9
Fmt publication of 'his aotloe on
ih- Uth day of Oetobar, 1 "74
-' u-ii-a ii i
STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP
MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION
(Act of August 12, 1970. Section 3685)
(Title 39. United States Cadel
Data i Una Bep mber !"74:
Of mil.la .lion. 1"'
. !..[ii o. quen t lasui ) lo-
in,
' '
Ion of i.' of general
islneea I I nubl -h-t I
\ : 8th Bi Miami, Florida
Publisher Fred K Bhochet, ISO N K.
i.iii si Miami, Fli -. ed lor
Fred K Bhochet I N i: Sth Bt .
Ulam Floi Ida inaalnsj ed i"r.
Fred K Bhi I I St.
Uiaml. Florida
Ou in i- o K Bho. '. B
..i Bt M, in Floi
Knoxxi I mdl nldei
II
.1
unl of b n is. morl- ives d
.. in ui. -
Exi.:.i and Nature of Clr "..
Avi'i.i)-.' No i i'jr-
llul prei-ediiic li mntlths;
:
run i 1.657
B njtle lasue neareal to UHm dato
i a

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bti'vvt vendors aj-.d counter
710
SlnKlv Issue near. .-i to (Ulna .!; ', D
Bttl on*
.. Issue i te 19.758
Total I'nd t:in-ulation ;o 194
Bins;le Ii u. neareal QUna date ;ii.4H8
Fret DletrlbsjtJon iin,ludin samiiles)
b) mall carrier or other mea.ne 64M
SmKie Issue nearest filitva date *,i2
Copies Distributed to News Aeen'ta
hut Not Sold None
Total Distribution .2I.34J
SuiKle iesue nearest to flllnit data
Il.ltB
Office ii-e. left-over. unaccounted
moiled after nrlntlna 3tS
8lnale INsue nearest flllpsj diUe 36U
Total !.
Issue nearest to
.457
filing date
21 4IX)
I certify that the statennts made
by me above are correct and coinul-'e.
VUKV K. SHOCHBT. Publiaher


October 11, 1974
*Jenisii fhridftdtn
Page 15-B
>phia Englander Qualifies
or Election To City Council
pii Roach civic and reli-
leader Sophia Englander,
of Judge Malvin Englander,
LEGAL NOTICE
five girls and
will campaign
"Elect Miami
I term ci al to
09- m. m
'"'SB HBr
1 a-' rf V-
J/f.
iOPWM WMMMI
of Miami
Justice of
if Dade's Fifth Dis-
fie'l for the City
I s it vacated by Mayor
, A special election
n, Vice Mayor
,:-. and longtime
the vacancy wi.l be held
a.
rider, who has been
[roes as Democrat-
State Committeewoman and
serve in thai position (or
le County, led the field in
primary Sent ift to b?
[ [4th Congressional Ims-
csentative to the 1374
tic National Mid Term
......> --' -''iled for Kansas
in December.
it rt in announcini, that
h?d favored an anpointmenl
;i ihori term, "but 1
r nise 1 frc\ the
Miami Beach have seen
| ration of my cxper-
I d abl'i*'" in government
. s."
pirs I r, active in
bole 101 h and B
% its.' ions, is a life
..., Hebrew Academy
i i irked toeether
r iand for num
! Israeli causes.
Ui
vor Clark And
The mother oi
"re lny said she
on the platform.
I ea ill's Leading
City Council.'" Since the coun-
ciimanic position will be decided
on i nonnartisan basis, h iwever,
she noted that Republicans and
Independent! aho will be able
to VI tc for her Nov. 5.
Long a tive in city affairs, she
is Vice-Chairman of the v il
Miami B i Housing Authority,
and has been .; spearhead in th"
succes ful effort to add 203 units
of low cos! housing to the South
Shure area.
Mrs Englander serves on the
Florida Consumers Council, hav-
ing been appointed to three
two year terms by
State Agricultural Commissioner
Doyle Conner. She served as
chairman of all volunteers for
the Florida II -t Committee for
the 1972 Democratic Presiden-
tial convention held in Miami
ui on app >intment by
Governor Reubin OT). Askew.
Mrs. Englander was el ;cted a
ate to the 1964 Democratic
convention and was an alternate
d '< gate to the I960 and 1968
conventions. She was co chair-
man of the Miami Beach cam-
paign committees for the Presi-
dential caawalens of Governor
Ad'si Stevemon. Presidents John
F. Kenm dy and Lyndon B. John-
son and of Vice President
Hubert H. Humphrey. In each
elrc'ion. Miami Beach voters
went Democratic bv margins
ranging from 3 to 1 to s to 1.
Mrs Enelander. who l"d the
eamai2n several vears aeo to
char.-e Miami Beach B B iration
from a separate stricture to a
f ;nr,t., -r. >j SI '. Countv and Municipal
elections, nointed out that this
system wtt' mak" the Nov. 5
special elortion. to Ik held con-
current lv wi'h th" general elec
ti >n. "quite inexpensive" for the
city.
A .: duate of the Dade C iun-
tv public school system. Mr
England r attended the Univer-
sity of Miami and ha* raised all
of her children in Miami B sach
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
.it- huhhit> <;i\ kn that
limed, desiring to oiiKaite
Hi Ui u le lii tin..us name
of 9uSa i .1 Garner Enterprtai
s E Bth Avenue, N. Miami
i' 16:. ,-un. "' s. i
Clerk
' ri-ult C ... l lade Ci unty,
i nridi
SI SAN I. Hi >NSKY
10'11-18-25 II 1
[Mtnniisswners
torn In Monday
P. Clark, mavor <>f
Dade i "ount from
was elected i'> that
nd time, and
: s were
Hed to I "' a d -,! I a
ners Oct. 1.
I commiasion-
Redford I District 6i
.....terle i District 8),
. 11 on the nine-meni-
tt commission along
I irk were sworn into of-
at the co mty com-
..e ting.
member* of the Board
Covnty Commissioners
Edward T. Ste;,henson H)is
1 ; Harry P. Cain (District
The Rev. Edward T. Graham
-:i.t 3); Mrs. Stanley
eel Goldberg (District 4);
irvey Ruvin (Ditsrict 5): and
Philli-i (District 7i.
[plans Parents 04 Son
rhc birth of Steohan Bernard
Ian. son of Mr. and Mrs.
ferae Kaplan, has been an-
inced here Grandparents are
and Mr;. Seymour Kaplan
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Simon;
tzt Grandparents are Mr. and
Morris Simon. Dr. and Mrs.
fill'D Weinstein and Mr. and
Sam Goldman.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
LACE COUNTV
C'VIL ACTION NO. 74-26331
CEiNEriA.. -Li'mSDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION TOP DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
\- l: MSB < >B .
PORFIRU I GAUNDO.
Hue!
APEI. V VI 1NDO.
W l<
TO: V OAI 'VPO
11 ion V venue
\. .v York N ^ |i
V"l ARE HER Em NOTIFIED
tl t n foi I' ilutlon of
t been f I you
anu \' u .' < ri rtun ed 10 strve a
of you i tten defcm-i
VI RERT I, CARRH'ARI G9 !
i
. i Street. Minn Fli r-
u Hi the
' sty'.id ourl '"l '.r
i the 0 1974:
null w i
attains! you tni [hi relief demanded
ii thi mi Inl T nelition.
Thlt notli shall > published once
eel fou.....' ul weekfl
I8H F1.0RIDIAN
Win ea! of
aid cour1 al Miami. Florida on this
her. 1974.
n ireuil Court sr.,i
VRD BRINKER
A* C'lei i rouli Ci url
I iad< unty. Floi iila
By 1. \^ AI.A
\- i .!.UI> I'I
v' in. r CARRIOARTE. ESQ.
"th Stn
III 01 Pel .'.ner
i k No. I IS-7917
: 20-27 in 4-11
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-5607PARKER
In RE: Estate of
.\ Al TER u MEYER
di wed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Oi dltoi arid A Hav-
iriR i la m* oi Demands ARalnst Said
*i. .. are hereb> notified and reoulr-
ed Ui pi :.'l il- mands
,..,. mra nsi thi
. : VVAl TER W M E^ EH de-
ceased lati of I iade (' >unty. Florida.
ihi Clrcuu Judm -':
the SI ln> ill i!;i|ilc
preided in Seetloi I F
offices h
Com thou e Cou F
dar month
lhe Urn i ': i .i1 '"ii hi re-
r.f. or ihe mini. red
Filed M.. mi K! irldn, till Itli
day of i lei....... ,v I'
I.OI8 MEYER
A- E> u:11 v
ii i 'i
thi .,.,,- |974.
.. cii r
i:\. utrlJC
.- ee t.
.\i iiti Ploi ids
ii:-.in
10/11-IS
LEGAL NOTICE
NOT'CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\'( ICE !>' HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undi slicned, dealrlnn to
In !!: -I.-- under the fictitious name
of FRIAS JOYER1A nt K41 E 9th
Strei H ah ah IJ010, Intends to re-
iristei d name with tti- rii-rk ol
the Circuit Court "f Dad County.
Florida
CIRO FP.IAS
-.1 -.7 lfl 4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOT1CE 18 HEREBY Qn'EX that
thi u del siirni d. dealrin* lo i
under ihe fictitious name
of I'- d ; rt Hen Ices al IM1 s W
- Jrd Ai !.. Miami. Florida JS155 In-
tends register said name with th--
c;.!:, rcull Courl of Dade
' unty, Fn
JE8LS I'RIARTE
u 7 i,i i.11-18
Yeshivn PTA Meeting Set
Thi Ptrenl Teacher* Assoeia-
f r>ie Yeshiva Dav & h i ii
-il! hi Id its fir -t meeting of Ih
it school year Tued
, nc :>t Yruns! Israel of
*;r-c:*.>i- Mian!*. 930 NE 1T1>; St
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. .....E IS HEREBY ITI\ E>
i .. ui itned deslrlnit t" enmuta
unni U lei II .:. ii- Him
. v|, st DENT \\ i'1'ii' '.
at ( S m ami i' urt. Mi-
ntendi l >
the Clerk < Ihe i
:. i "oui t> Fli rlda.
i., i(JE ytiKI -FF
SAND! SANPI EH 1 v
10 4
Mrs. Myra Farr To Sneok
Cn 'The Impact Of Women'
Ni'.IW vice president. Mj
(Mr; Aaron> Farr. international
relieious and civic leader, will
sDfk on The Impact of Wo-
men" before members of the
National Counril of Jewish W '
men Ind i" ''ands Division, on
Wedneada.* at the Altriars Hotel,
A snack luncheon will be serve 1
at noon.
Mrs Harry Oarfield i" t>r"> dent of Indian-Is'ands Divi=ioni
Rose Runvitl is in charge of
reservations.
NOTICE '. "*PCR
F'CT T OUS NAVE LAW
v. |S HERI UY UIV1
ihe -.!'!
r thi iltious nam< I
EXA I IND WHO K-
i \ .-. -' \> ii- '
i_
Clerk ( ih. Circuit Court
. !' I '... '
E\ IDI' i PEREIRA
.
\ i. a pn
> i\ li d Ave M ., ,
10 11-18-JS n l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
PRTBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-65'5
J. GWVNN PARKER
In RE: EMati
Kami
Caranikea
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creil Hav.
,i i > mands Attains! Bald
You .i i hei ebj notl fled and re
null ed ms and "
i in..' have again' l
hi i. i !' i. nlcas R .i
leceased late of
! d< i ui I- orlds to -h, Circuit
ludfter I >' I "ounts. and file Ihe
nd i nro> Idi ri In
-.,- Floi Ida Bi itutes In
the 'ounO Courthouse
m i.. .i. ir.-i F orlds w lihln fi>ur
nths fr im the time of the
hereof, or the same
Kill I ban ed
Filed al Miami, Fli rldn. thi
|B, .. i \ i> 1974
OE" >'' ''' K kRA Mi'AS
Vi Bxecul I
i ii i f ih--- notice "ii
! ii '..-. | i ictober. 1974.
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Atti !xei utor
Id R berti Bulldlnsr. Miami. Kla.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DACE COUNTY
C VIL ACTION NO. 74.27970
GENERAL JURISDICTION D'VISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
Th<- mai riaari '
\ I BERT Ml IRSE. huahai d.
and
PEi:i IRA II Mi iRSE lf<
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VOf ARE HEREBV NOTIFIED
l i I -. i
i |ae l ..- bi ei I Ii d an ilnal u
vou are ulred t< vi a ops i I
f any. I" ii '
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTVi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR'
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-27043
IN UK THE MARRIAGE OP
D\\ IliHl l-'.\l,'.jl,.UIAl:S"N.
I ,i loner,
and
I.I/./ ;: FARQfAHARSON.
Ri.Hiionilenl
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OI MARRIAGE
XI i; 1 nuaharson
. S i -I i a i
II axi i
YOI' ARE HEREBY XOTIPIKD
I,.. iclii foi solu !.'-
.,v has beei fill 'I analnal irou and
you are reou n
you In in it on
DAY'II .: BTi 'Ml Pe-
I"loner, whoi < I l '' '
, i| ,1
I Kinal will
..| the al-o> stj led oui
, i i i
,i ii, -i e entered ana
:, '. mandril In the m-
i lion
This notici -Ii
. tks
THE JEYV1SH FI i HtlDIAN
\\ ITNESB ni\ -
ui n Floi da >n '.iiis
I'.uli dai
l.ii HA in P HI INKER.
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11 Florida
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9 27 10/4-17-18


NOTICE r<= ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY.
IN THE riRTIHT COURT ^F THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74 27315
IN RE HE MARK' \fiK l)F
DARI ENE SCOTT. PETITIONER
-
RAY'.MI >N II- S<"( ITT. SR .
| i p< INDENT
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
CF MARRIAGE
Tl ii RAY'Ml iND B Bi I rTT. SR
ii li.hnsoi >--..-
ii..-
YOI '''. HERI l ITIFIED
thai in action foi I ssolution ol
riaaa h .- been fill d BBaii sl nu ai -1
\hi reoulred \.....w ol
\nu..... ii di fensi -' on
R( iBERT il Bt'RNfl tnr
Pel ii n< r '.......Idi *i 12" 1 "'-
coin Road Bui I! M ml i'--
Florida SSISS. and file the orlBlnaJ
with the cli rh ol thi above slv'ea
.ourl on hefon rk-tober 10, 1974:
otherwise a '! i.iu : will be entered
again*) you for thi i indeu
in thi mnlainl or netltlon
This all be publlahed
. ,, I ,. f|.||| I ... u' -
in TDK JEWISH PI ORIDIAX.
WITNESS nu hand and II.....f
...ul court .' Miami. Florida on ti.ia
das of .- nti 1974
I ICHAI P P BRINKBR.
An Cli rcult I "ourt
I... Florida
1-', i. BNEEDEN
i 'l.-rk
c ii
I t>BERT H BI'RNS ESUI'l RE
. Su 11 e 4
Mlnr II
rPi nnei
.-, lit 4-11 -IS
HI iRCUtT rouRT of THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'D* IN AND FOR
PA op C""JNTY
-.i-^ihtc D'VISION
PFOC'TE NO 74 R'44
JOSEPH NESB'iTT
| .-. of
\v ill -.' r .-
Wl! l"\M "' '"i -' '! 1'/
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
-, Pereoi Hav-
At., si Bald
rifled
,!,,... -I demandi
IN
sterhod Book Review
ITerupJe Menorah Sisterhood
I1! present a review of the book
pe Ovestnt." by Anne Acker-
Bn it its soeeting next We 1 PJX.
Hunter Arumni To Meet
Hunter College Alumni. Sou'h
Fl ; Roekv Graaani Re^*aurant.
13575 Biscaya* Blvd.. Saturday
at 1230 Dm A discu^ion of the
political process will be he'd
and I memorial presented mark
inc thi' 90th anniversary of
Fl-anor R-Kwve!t's birth^
Hebrew Culture Club Meets
The Hebrew Culture Club for
Adult> will met at 7i30 p.m.
Sundsy in Temple Or Olom
Members and rjro^pective mem-
bers are invitrd: a knowiedge of
Hebrew is helpful. The club is
under the sponsorship of Mrs
Sarah K. Cohen, a Hebrew m-
ftructor in the Dade County
schools.
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ru JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JUR'SDICTION
DIV'SION
CASE NO 71-27932 IDuVall
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DAMAGES
ON PROMISSORY NOTE
CARNER BANK OF MIAMI BEACH.
, pior da I ai kln i orporlkm.
!-., ntlff.
KM II BRACKEN VKNTl-RF.S. INC
.. |., av ''rtipratlon.
GERA1 I- T AK^Hllt and
BDt'lE BRACKEN.
'"' ._
Tin UERAI D T AKTHt R
II Quebec Drive
MuntinKtmi Station
Ijona Island. N.> Torlj ......
YOU ARE HERBBT NOTIFIED
thai lawaull f 1 ., ,.,. Note haf been fil-d nd
commen ed In thli court and you re
reoulred ti w r\'i a cops ol V J"r jm-
,,- dofenaea. If any, to It on I-EST.JE
Al AN WHERE, of CTPBSN HE-
\l\s l aw OPHCBB. i.tti-rtiiv- (
ih. plaintiff, whoae addn --
Arihur Oodfrej Road. .Miami
K'iTld.1 33140. and fil- !>
Hh ihe riwk of the aboee
l(.urt I" or t-ifure Nov. lal I TO.
oThVrwlM a default rtUI be entered
utainti you for Uie relliof t>ra>ed ro
, ih- molalnt or patlttoa.
Thi- notice ^hall be oublinhed onp
em h week for four i-one taTHE JEWISH FU-R1PIAN
WITNESS mv hand and Ihi- seal of
,i uri al Miami Florida, on this
dav i Si-i'i IM4
RICHARD P BRISKER.
Tert. Circuit Court
Dade <"oun;v. Florida
BY: I. AYAl A
As I'l-DUlv Clerk
CTPEN A. NF.VINS
trtomeyi for 1'iainttrf
W-r. Arihur 'i*R"*:K,,d,,
JOjobI Baach. fu r....
NOT'C i NDE"
FICT'TIC'. S NAVE LAW
IV OtVEN
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In bu- -. '
ti atlonal Travel
14 ."' Rtreel
,;,, i thi Citj I M am -
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; Circuit
Ci uri : !'.<:. Count' n.--'<
p..., ,i ., m ml '" rlda. thli nin
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ti:a'. i. f \ri:>. inl
!-, -. Hams I'm d
Rioanuel eiwon
A-, -. \ ant
w r-ic'i- S-'-et
tl
know i
.nt
10 4-11
W
\VP IAM Ii SOI T7
. will 1AM BOYER $
pade C mnty, Florida.
:i v in- Judai of 11 idi Cou i
- ime hi dunln ate
ilvd in
lutes, in '1 '" ""' '.' "'
u |n Di di C unty, t
within foui calendar montha from the
, i,p of thi fit -' nublli atlon hereof or
rred.
i.-... ;, Mlam Florida, this
a.,v | Si mbi r, A.I' 1M4
HERBER-r s SH Wli:"
As Executor
Flrsl publication "' thla notice on
"'71
.., ,|- ro Fl I^D, WKM. BCHEER
. B8TA1 'l
Road
h. Florida
30th
Beaeh.
nrielnal
siv'ed
said
;inli
i/n
10,4-11-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT. IN AND
FOR DACE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JUR'SDICTION
D'V'SION
CASE NO. 74-27513
FRANCES LCR1E.
Pli Intlff
BEEN iRD 1KIK.
Il fi i dant. ...
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: MR BERSARD 1.1 IHE
4. i Kiasena Boul" vai I
Flush inc. Xeu York II
YOV ARE NOTIFIED tl-' ac-
i utabUah foralm dai ret ac
Florida ludament ha^ been niea
vou and you are reouired to
ery, cops of Vi ur written di fenaes
,;,;. .. it on G. ALEXANDER
NOBII. ESQ., nlalnllffa attorney,
wboee addres* Is Sun- lit Alnawjr
i; i k !4 N E KirM Av. inn. Miami.
or i.if'-n Sovernbar
|e the oriainal with the
Cler* 'his Court either before aarv-
, attorney or Immefli-
., .| ,fter; ttlharvi .-. default
,; t., ntered aaalnat you for BM
,.. ,i In Ull I'-mnlaint
WITNESS my hand and the -"al of
lr,; coun Bar* mber :t. IHI
ai I. p BRISKER.
As Clerk, finuii Oourt
I>adr Countv. Florida
I V L AYA1-A
AKrenu.vn.rk](i;<_n_u
NOTICE UNDER
F'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVKN that
,,,, .j., tiiiK t rncaee
, in in-.-- under the fi.-titi>us name
, f HOUSE F PIB8 al ItSOO Blacavne
Boulevard. North Miami Reach Flor-
,. | Kter aald name
srk ..f the Circuit oun
i ; Bade Counts F rlda
CR< ISSMAX BR< >S INC.
Florida Corporation
MORTIMER P COHES
Attoi ney for Cn Broa., inc.
;>: Ainr'n nu'ldiMK
Miami, Florida WK
., 20.2
i" 4-11
NOTICE UNDIR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'hat
th. underslKiied deairina to enisaee
,,, buainaai under Uj n. titinu.- ram-
,.; KENDA1 I. CLEANBR8. INI a
Florida on oratli i b a < ai.hkn
DRY rUKANERS at lklO NE 183rd
Streel Korth Miami Beach. Fla^ In-
. i,. reaiatel said name with the
Clerk '( <'> Cinu.i Court of Pade
i iuii'v l-*li>rirtH _
,NC 10/4-11-!-*


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Friday, October
Depend onFood Fair's Fine Quality foods
IN CHEAT VARIETY AND ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES!
SAVE 3 WAYSI BONUS SPECIALS I HONEST VALUESI PLUS MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPSl
FOOD
U.1I
WESTERN BEEF CHUCK SHOULDER
Pot Roast
oneless
.*.
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN mQ
BEEF BRISKET ro,NT.HA.LF'ONI.LESS.................' 1
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF ROUND CO
BOTTOM ROUND ROAST
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF ROUND g
BOTTOM ROUND STEAK 1*
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK q
UNDER BLADE STEAK BNLS. .. 5149
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK a _Q
SHOULDER STEAK BNLS. l59
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK UNDER BLADE _-
POT ROAST BONELESS *139
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN a^.q
BEEF RIB STEAK s"MSND10iS" *2
FLA. OR SHIPPED GRADE A
FRYER PARTS
WHOLE BREASTS WITH RIBS
THIGHS DRUMSTICKS
WHOLE LEGS LB
89
c
FRESH
ICED
FLA. OR SHIPPED GRADE A
FRYER OTRS
5c
LEG OR BREAST
QUARTERS
FRESH
ICED
FA IR
SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE FROM DATE OF PUBLICATION
THRU SUNDAY. OCTOBER 13th
AT ALL FOOD FAIR STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
WE REDEEM CET AN |XTRA ,ONU$ Qf
FEDERAL FOOD I MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
STAMPS ^ FOR VALUABLE GIFTS |
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
DISPLAYED IN GREAT VARIETY TO MAKE YOUR CHOICE
EASY AND TO YOUR COMPLETE SATISFACTION
PASCAL CELERY
JBbbQbF STALK
Ail Purpose Potatoes 10 bag 89c
All Purpose Potatoes 5 bag 59c
MARSH SEEDLESS -. .
Florida Grapefruit 5 blabg 69c
FRESH
CRISPY
us -i
A|kJ|JC RPiril I l ff au| 4a
P. P. BRAND
Tomato Juice
W 46-oz. MwL. fl g Q
BONUS SPECIAL IAVI 12
46-OZ.
CANS
FAVORITE FOR FLAVOR PICK _
U.S. ^1 Yellow OnionsYOUROWLNBl9<
TANGY 1 OFc
Western Scallions Z bunches 35
AN OLD FAVORITE |||r
Cut Green Beans 'a c LBLC
Florida Limes 0 for 49
P. P. BRAND
REGULAR
OR FRENCH
STYLE
4
15%-OZ.
CANS
$
1
ASSORTED IMPORTED
Holland Bulbs
PKG
98'
LIMIT 2 CANS PLEASE, WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF i: OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
FLAVORFUL -.
8-oz S^38
. JAR
FOR LUSCIOUS SALADS _
8.02. ggc
Sanka instant Coffee
FOR LUSCIOUS SALADS
Kraft Cataiina Dressing
rrmr
BTl
LIMIT 4 CANS. PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE, EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
NUTRITIOUS
Pet Skimmed Milk
CATS LOVE IT -^_
Tabby Treat Cat Food ffiff 25*
14 CANS
49'
Old* ii ilwau kee
REFRESHING i BEER 1 B -42-OZ. k NO-RETURN ^ ) BUS. i".
i-OZ.
pre
99"
BORDEN S WHITE OR COLORED
American Cheese Singles1?;
SLICED AA
Vita Lunch Herring........! 89c
SEASHORE'S
Kosher Pickles...............JSE 73c
Salami or Bologna
1 LB
CUP
98% FAT FREE
Les Gal Cottage Cheese
MAKES DELICIOUS SPREADS & SAUCES
Borden's Cream Cheese Vkg 47c
JAR RICH IN VITAMIN C
Flo-Sun Orange Juice 3 "g$.
55<
89
AMERICAN
KOSHER
MIDGET
LESCAI L SiiT It i T] i -\
ft% FAT FREE 1 -02. i cups' 99c
B All FLAVORS i
LEAN
COOKED
ALL DARK MEAT
Richs
SKINLESS
TtitouUrUcdSofadfauU 'pietASeofadVt
ALL BAKED GOODS MAD! WITH PUtl VIGEIAILI SHORTENING
Rye Bread
39
AUGUST
I BROTHERS
MB.
LOAF
PP BRAND A-.
Thm Sliced Bread U& 35'
AVAILABLE ONLY AT STORES HAVING
SERVICE SEAFOOD COUNTERS
MACKEREL
55V
FLORIDA
CAUGHT
FLORIDA CAUGHT
Yellow Tail
$119
1
Service Afifietef&i Vefit.
AVAILABLE AT STORES HAVING SERVICE COUNTERS
ALL LUNCH MEATS 1 CHEESE SLICED TO ORDER
CORNiDBEEF
Tjf \ PC QUARTER
Richs Turkey Roll hlablf 89c
SKINLESS
American Kosher Franks lb I
DANISH IMPORTED BABY mm.
Swiss Cheese ......................."ST 79c
FRESHLY SMOKED LOX OR e ,0
Nova Salmon QlB" $129
BONUS tDlfl A I a ug 18'
HUDSON FLAIR
NAPKINS
3PKGS. l
OF 140 ?
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. All CLERICAL. TYPOGRAPHIC. PHOTOGRAPHIC AND PRiNTiwr *, $? MOH' lXClu0INC CIGA*ETTES
AND PRINTING ERRORS ARE SUBJECT TO CORRECTION. NONE SOLD TO DEALERS.
UMIT 3 PKGS. PLEASE. WITH OTHER" PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGAtEnES


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