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

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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Israel's nuclear weapons supply mounting
By JOSEPH ALSOF
Lea Angele* Times Syndicate
\SilINGTON We have just seen a truly be-
emonsl ration of the frivolous deafness ol
lean political community to everything that

irld has in fact just heard Its first serious
; nuclear war; but all our huge local popu-
lation of Neros went light on sawing away at their
riddles.
THE THREAT was uttered by the Israelis, who
Will, of course, deny the threat's grim meaning. The
Irop was Israel's border with Syria, where there
been a sudden increase of tension because of
Syrian troop movements.
The worry caused by the Syrian troop movements
led Prime Minister Yit/hak Rabin to visit the north-
i n border The visit gave the prime minister the right
kind of pretext to raise a problem that has been
desperately worrying the Israelis.
HE THEREFORE declared that, if Israel's cities
wi re ever attacked with Arab long-range m ssil s, i
policy ol a city-for-a-clty would be promptly adopl
Continued on Page .' \
"Oewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
47 Number 42
Miami, Florida Friday, October 18, 1974
tec i- .Mail Two Sections Price 25 cents
Kissinger Flies Home
With New Peace Hope
llsraeli hoops carry a squatter from a site between Jerusa-
lem cv.d Jericho, as some 3,000 "ultra-Orthodox" Israeli
IJews and "members of Israeli right-wing groups" launch-
led an invasion" into the Israeli occupied West Bank of
Ijordc:-. with the intenlion of "settling" there.
Jordan 'Settler' Try
Boat Back by Army
Soviets
(,harge
Jewish Ml)
::K (JTA) A
In V Inn tsa in the
i cen accused ol
Ol rhil-
- report d by the
I lor Soviet
itter a tail sd by the
Mikhail Stern, bis wife,
"!. son... Victor, a
ind August, a biolo-
i whom have applied
Bv YITZHAK SHARGIL
And GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM tJTA) The
round-up and forcible removal ol
WOUld-be settlers from sites on
the West Bunk reflected the
most massive effort to date by
Israelis to plant settlements in
the administred Arab ten I
i n the West Hank in del
< rmr.cn: policy and regulJ
IliU'h Wire Act
IV A
i
(outiuued on Page 2A
tions. began at the conclusion ol
the Succoth holidays
In some cases, the settlers
offered passive resistance to Is-
raeli security forces who tried
to evacuate them
BIT SKIRMISHES broke out
out at several points, and a num-
Continued on Page 7-A
JERUSALEM Secretary of"
Stab- Henry Kissinger left here
over the weekend alter long and
arduous discussions with Israel -
Prime Minister Itzhak Rabin
carried out against the backdrop
of angry Israeli public opinion
some of which warned him on
Signs, "Kissinger Go Home."
Kissinger, whose stay in the
Middle East was also punctuated
by a freak machinegun-shooting
accident in his plane, carried
back with him to Washington
hopeful plans tor an interim set- .
Uement in the Middle East, but
not before he marie a second stop -
in Cairo with President Anwar
Sadat, another visit with Syrian .
President Hafi/ Assad in Da-
mascUS, and then rapid stops in
Morocco and Libya on Tuesday.
KISSINGER WAS quoted as _.
saying in Damascus that "I have
found some positive and encour-
aging signs and that the prob-~
lem is now put Into concrete
locus." 3
The Kissinger assessment ol -
his peace tour came on the heels
nt President Assad's repeated
assertion that there can In? no
e until Israel withdraws
from all occupied territories,
: |y the Golan Heights.
PRESUMABLY. Dr. Kissin-
,\ hope ."i an Interim settle-
ifter Egypt's Presi-
dent Sadat assured him twice in
Cai o thai he would do ever}
he .ould to net the Arab
, to agree to such a settle-
ment during an Arab "summit"
gathering scheduled for the Ra-
bat. Morocco, on Oct. 26.
According to "Der Spiegel,"
Axel Springer's West German
publication, Sadat promised that
Israel can have peace if there is
a pullback from the territories
( ontlouwl on Faff 2-A
COURT STUDIES BANKRUPTCY
Credit Bank Closes Door
By EDWIN EYTAN
GENEVA (JTA) The International Credit Rank was
closed alter its board of directors asked a Geneva court to de-
cree a payments moratorium.
The court is Studying the bank's plea and is not expected
to hand down its decision before the end of the month in view
of the complexity of the bank's accountants.
ACCORDING TO Swiss law, the court can impose a mora-
( niitiiiiii-il on Page l."-A

Rosenbaum Scandals
Rock Israel's Finance
TEL AVIV i JTA i The
crisis of Tibor Rosenbaum's fi-
nancial empire is shaking the
foundations of some of Israel's
lai est industrial enterprises.
Thej are linked to Rosenbaum's
fate through investments by ti;e
! i ation in some ol
:'s manj a nmercial
ventures in Europe which have
. are in serious
t rou I
1 he Israel Coi: ., a holding
;i> estal n 1968 b)
Jewish Industrialists and finan-
ciers to create capital for the
expansion of Israeli industries,
owns or holds substantial inter-
ests in some of Israel's largest
firms.
THESE INCLUDE the Zim
Steaittship lines and the Atta
Continued on Page 15-A
Civility Is
The Issue,
Eban Says
N W YORK (JTA) Abba
the formei Fore
Ister of Israel, characterize
country as "only one of the \.
ti n- ol the militant current In
Arab policy" and urged that the
world "stop talking exclusl
about the conflict between
nationalism and Israel" Ix-cause
"there is a wider conflict be-
tween extreme Arab nationalism
(iii>tiiiiicd on Pate II-A
US. VOTES AGAINST RESOLUTION WITH ONLY 3 OTHERS
\ Approves PLO's Palestinian Status
H. YITZHAK R.VBI
D NATIONS
1 ft resolution
'Palest! : Question.
ti7
(JTA)
on the
sponsored
lions which invites the
Liberation Organi/a-
} 'to participate in the
enei., \wmbly discussions of
Int j.. was passecj 105.4 0|,
The resolution reads: "The
General Assembly, considering
that the Palestine people is the
principal party to the question
of Palestine, invites the I ales-
tine Liberation Organization, the
.dilative of the Palestin-
ian peopie. to participate in the
deliberations of the General As-
sembly on the question of Pales-
tine in plenary meetings."
THE SPONSORS of the res-
olution did not include Jordan
or any Western countries. Ob
servers here said that the res-
olution does not sjant observer
status to the PLO.
The United States and Israel
were two of the four countries
voting against the resolution.
U.S. spokesmen declared that
giving the PLO such status
would endanger American peace
efforts in the Middle East, par-
ticularly because it set Jordan
aside as the logical spokesman
for the Palestinians.
Israel Ambassador Yosef
Tekoah, in voicing his govern-
Continued on Page 5 V
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Page 2-A
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Friday. October 18
Israel's Secret Nuclear Weapons Supply Mounting
Continued from Page 1-A
Two sets of facts are needed to understand Prime
.Minister Rabin, whose words were muted in tone
though so dire in real meaning. First, the Soviets have
jiven the Egyptian at least a battalion of their 360-
mile, large-warhead, ground-to-ground SCUD missiles.
The [sraelia are convinced that the Syrians also
have SCI DS, although the i.s. intelligence commu-
nity is divide:! us usual. -^4rw j ,* '* m
IBB SCTTT has a conventional warhead aGoufas
1 ig as that of the V-2. the heaviest missile Adolf
Hitler sent against London.
IT CAN also be fitted with really fiendish nerve
gas warheads and, alternatively, with nuclear war-
heads ranging in power from 2 to 20 kllotons.
It is also an established fact that, besides send-
ing the SCUDS to Egypt at the climax of the Yom
Kippur war, the Soviets sent nuclear warheads on a
freighter that reached Alexandria but turned back to
im Black Sea port when the Yom Kippur war ended.
Even with conventional warheads, the SCUDS
l> in Egypt probably at least 36 including the
s; are missiles in tattalion stocks could make a
dreadful mess of Tel Aviv.
Add the additional SCUDS the Israelis believe are
in Syria, plus a good many of the shorter range So-
viet FROG missiles the Arabs also have. You can
then see why the Israelis are now so w
missile attacks on their cities.
as to the other set of facts, the Israelis
again deny them. But it is also quite certa n :
[sraeii aimed forces have now built up a small supply
of nuclear weapons made in a secret desert facility.
The Arabs know this well, and P.ime Mil
KaMn intended the Arab leaders to remember tins
''when he promised brutal city-for-oity reprisals for
Arab attacks on Israeli cities.
In Washington, meanwhile, the tendency to su
all dangers under the rug is now Stronger ti.an ever,
Hence a good many analysts in the intelliger.ee com-
munity are refusing to believe the transparently ob-
Vious meaning of Prime Minister Rabin's words. They
are the ones who keep assuring the Senate's numero -
Neros that nothing is so awful as it looks.
TO ILLUSTRATE with another now-proven case,
these were the same analysts who assured our SALT
negotiators that the Soviets would never, never make
a sea-launched ballistic missile with a range above
3,200 nautical miles.
The :ance was of utmost strategic imwrtance
to the U.S. negotiators.
The:e was a fearful fight with other
a result oi wl ie Soviet tests were reii
i jive a maxim! m sea-launched missile ranj
miles. More than 4.000 miles was the strat
( tying range, The ink was hardly d...
a cement when the Soviets staged new test
i. lies.
Even then, however, they must have ; e
. e fuel in resetve; for tests at a range
miles have now been successfully compli I
IT KKAI.LY Is High time to stop t).:.
nonsense, '"tit Inside and OBtsi le the '. -
mt. It is tii I fa v all sorts of hai .
.,. ill the i- all fearful danger in I
Cast betokened by Prime Minister Rabin's v ed but
undoubted nuclear threat
Responsible leaders do not deal in threats of this
character, however muffled their language may be,
......ess they are profoundly, urgently apprehensive
Mo.eover. It is time for a few of our
cr i II Mnatoni to ask the Israelis and the Arabs who
has some chance or averting a Middle Eastern war.
"Henry A. Kissinger" will be the answer the
Stnaton BjBt if they ever do that much homework.
But. of co :se ; -at answer will not diver:
the Mights of attacking the Secretary of Si
.

*
Kissinger Flies Home With Neiv Hopes for Peace
Continued from Pace 1-A
she captured in the 1967 war.
Asked if that would include
an Egyptian guarantee to Israel,
he re: lied: "Why am I asked
a.o..t guarantees? I. n
arantees" against "Is-
rat n aggression."
THE KISSINGER assessment
ol his newest effort ir. the Mid-
dle East came on the heels ol
i- ael's reaffirmation of the
principle that unier no circum-
stances would she withdraw
fron the Golan Heights.
This caused Al Hai, the Jor-
n news publication in Am-
man, to declare that Israel had
tiieiefore reneged on a promise
to withdraw from the West Bank
in exchange for a peace dec
tion between the two countries.
AL It AI took the position that
the withdrawal of the offer came
aite:- Dr. Kissinger's talks with
I i rter Rabin in Jerusalem, and
that this '.eft the t'.s. Secretary
of State "embarrassed" at the
very moment he was in confer-
ence with King Hussein in Aqa-
ba. the southernmost Jordanian
port city on the Red Sea. just a
mile or two to the east of Kilat.
Premier Rabin did announce
last week that Israel was pre-
pared to make some West Bank
concessions for peace with Jor-
dan.
It was this announcement
that caused th isai Is of ultra-
Orthodox elements to riot and
to attempt to "invade" West
Bank territories for the purpose
of establishing "settlements"
there.
FOLLOWING his talks with
Ral in, Dr. K observed
that he had reached agreen
with Rabin and other Israeli
leaders on "principles an cedures" for the next >tep in
Middle East negotiations.
"I've had a very useful, very
interesting trip toward a
just and lasting peace" in the
; lie East, he said.
Dr. Kissinger's continuing
of hopefulness was sounded in
the face of threats by Egypt's
Foreign Minister Ismail Fa::::iy
and War Minister Ahmed Ismail
that Egypt would enter into a
new round of war against Israel
if Israel refused to withdraw
fn m Arab-OCCUl ied lands.
ACCORDING TO Newsweek
Magazine, the plan pro
Rabin as part of an ir.:
agreement would Include Isi
Reds Charge Jewish MD
With Poisoning Children
Irawal 31 raUas from the
Isengagament line a r-i
the Sum Gulf In turn. Egypt
d have to promise to open
' one Unas between the two
countries.
In other talks. Dr. Kissinger
:. e led in atl
ing the high oil i oblem
.'. Saudi Arabian of-
: when both Sa idi A
an 1 .' in on Monday anno
he '! fht :y e t icce A
a cut in the price of a arrel of
oil esl lishi among the Per-
st Gulf countries and other
1 IS Of t 8 1 : Iza :
Petrole (porting Countries
by SI t : | roximati y (1 i.
Ah i Dr. Ki singe told Si
Presi lent Assad the U.S.
frank es the resumpti n
tions in Geneva, a fact
L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
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Israel Bonds and give to the
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Mayshie Friedberg
t'ontinueil from Page 1-A
for permission to emierate to Is-
rael, wrote that the charge and
various forms of intimidation
I egan immediately after they
received an invitation from their
relative in Israel.
ACCORDING TO the letter,
the Stems' apartment was brok-
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broke into the apartment in the
most brutal manner without any ,
warning."
All of Dr. Stern's pi
and pa; ers were gone through,
the letter continued, and an ac-1
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der his care as a doctor" has
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Ljay, October 18. 1974
*Jewist fieriJ/atn
Page 3-A
So. Beach Activities Center
To Be Rededicated Sunday
l 20, at l p.m. is a flames leu than a yeai aso and social Mrvicea mm* ,
Sunda
nificant time and
nembei* ami staff of
L sh Community Centeis'
I Activities Center
ion Ave. It is the
| ,,, .,:> and reded i-
j this unique faculty
mpletely gutted by
year ajo
1973 everything
in ."
was destroyed,
erous-
.. d nat< i a large n< trailei
ivas moved to Bisoayne
t and set up ir< South Shore
with permission
: Miami Beach. Ac;
B'nai B'rith College
Begins 4th Season
C7
lay, Oct. 23, at the
v,vth Miami Beach High School,
Em? M 167th St., the national-
nai B'rith College
W. open its 4th season. Retirees
: y in .. neii from some 55
South Florida area.
ing back to school for
ienta- and refresher
ourses.
V ---ions some 350
i i awarded diplomas
Liter written examina-
I to Bnai B'rith
I The College has
: ;l that this proj-
ied thioughout
k;-,. in various districts
I Ith.
Chai ind Administrator
| Is Col, Phil G hen,
t Services and Regional Di-
, I K it her.
idea Lodge, i. i
is Dean of the
. i
member of
\ ighl with
n World War II
v opean cam-
ty and their sub-
' ti F'romberg and
l"a idership Develop-
ment; Joe M irray, B"nai B'rith
fouth Organization with over
5,000 I school youngsters;
pamue: Paseoe, B'nai B'rith Hil-
Foundation Jewish Students
Centers; G i ice Kotin, Anti-De-
lamati. i. League; Dr. M. Teitel-
pum, Men bershlp and Reten-
[ Balkin and Maurice
pfehlmi I Jewish Educa-
Howard and Hot
and Structure;
Ben Strauss and
I Community V'et-
I "' S
e Alfred Gold-
el Commission-
Stanley Ringler, I
Director; Artiiur
rtor, Anti-Defa-
Auditions For
Music Students
for scholarship
pnts from the Miami Beach
Kusk and Arts League will be
Pvn Saturday. Scholarship
^"ts totaling $4,500 will be
prded to six winners.
In-t":n. malLsts and vocalists
P* are talented, and are still
""Wig. and aspire to become
^forming artists, should apply. I
r fui ther information con-1
'he auditions chairman, Mi-
n Beach Music and Arts
*ague. 8701 Collins Ave., Mi-
ni Beach.
Complete
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mation League, Florida Rei
Office; I.dward Tumaroff, di-
rector, B'nai B'rith Foundation,
Youth Services; Ray Jameson,
Community Veterans Services;
Jack Glick, Supreme Lodge
membership director, Southern
Region, and New Lodges Organ-
izer; Girt Bossak, Al Friedman,
Judy Diamona, B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization staff, and
Earry Gurland, BBYO president
Sid Ritte; Is college secretarj
Trusties are K. Altiert Palli <
Judge Milton Friedman. Sol En-
tin. Abe Feinbl(M>m. Sam Sher-
wood, I ed SnyoV i and Many
Cohen. Jai k Soli t is publicity
tor,
v ill be '' : < ne
: iron 8:0 ti
.'. short inte 1st stu-
return to the a
a Financial Review
Bert Bi own past presi-
ith Florida Coun-
da State a--
oi B'nai B'rith Lodges, will ad-
::-- the students i n "The in-
na] Council and I -1 an ."
i nts "ill lie bi rved by
BBYt' hoys ami girls.
The B'nai B'rith I .'iege will
nssii na at the Golf
View Junior High School in
Palm Beach, at 9:30 a.m. Sun-
day, i let 27. Alex Walkes is sec-
iry and Bruce Daniels, hon-
orary chairman.
B'nai B'rith's vast and intens-
ive program of service by a
i:ship of over half a mil-
linn persons, in 44 countries of
the world, was the reason for
izing the B'nai B'rith Col-
le i f< .: years ago.
In Florida alone there are 70
lod es with a membershi] ex-
ng 10,0(X1 men. B'nai B'rith
Is the largest Jewish service or-
ganization in the world.
locial services were resumed
thh mol i!e home until:
the pe was re-
I and re:
The elderly residents i
h now have a new and I. i-
ty. Everyone who en-
ters this building comments fa-
I ly on the bright, cheerful
and attractive decor oranges,
are tastefully ,
I Ine please the eye and
that attractive touch which
Bte a war::i home-
".i.:e environment. The renova-
and decorating of the Cen- '
ter was made possible largely
Igh the donation of funds
by the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
On Sunday, al! involved with
the South Beach Activities Cen-
ter will say a special thanks dur-
ing this rededication ceremony.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director
of Chaplaincy Services, Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, will
give the invocation.
Among those who will bring
greetings from their agencies
will be Haro'd Rosen, Mayor of,
Miami Beach; Harry Smith, i
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation; Don Reiff,
president of the Jewish
Community Centers, and Al
Guilford from the area-wide
Agency on Aging. Entertain-
ment will be provided by the
American Balalaika Company.
The South Beach Activities
Center is jointly funded by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and the Division of Aging
Title III and Division of Fam-
i ServicesTitle VIDepart-
ment of Health and Rehabilita-
tive Services, State of Florida.
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Friday, October 18. 1374
Shazar Will be Missed
The death of former Israel President Zalman Shazar is
being universally mourned. His passinq means another
decrease in the ranks of the original founders of Israel as
a modern nation.
But Shazar will be missed for other, more cogent rea-
sons. His was a contemplative nature. His was the soul of
the scholar, the sensitivity of the mystic and the writer, the
vision of the prophet and the historian who saw in Israel
reborn the renewal of a divine promise.
Although Israel is hardly more than a quarter of a
century old^ one can already look back upon "the good
old days," when despite the continuing threats of war, the
nation could luxuriate in the awareness that a new ex-
periment was justifying an old promise: that the fact of
Israel demonstrated the Tightness of the ancient expecta-
tions for Israel.
President Shazar represented these "good old days"
better than almost anyone else. Ho was the least political,
the most spiritual of all of Israel's leaders.
Since Dr. Chaim Weizmann, every Israeli President
has been a man of the mind, the best the nation couid
offer as symbolic of a People of the Book.
But President Shazar was particularly representative
of this, and as the yeari go by and ll i of Isrce.
become more and more complex, he will be miss;d more
than ever.
At What Cost to Israel?
It is still too early to assess the outcome of Dr. Kissin-
ger's latest tour through the Middle East, but it does seem
that perhaps some progress has been made.
What we hope is that the price is not higher than we
are being told now.
Prime Minister Rabin has stated repeatedly that he
will not lead Israel toward a piecemeal quest for peace
in the Middle East that lsrcelis will simply not consider
the kind of diplomacy that purchases a piece of peace for
a peace of territory.
And yet. that apparently is what is happening, if we
are to judge by the ear'.y results, of the Israeli promise for
a new 31-mile withdrawal in the Sinai for Egyptian prom-
ises of telephone links between the two countries.
Furthermore, and at the risk of offendinq those who
support the principle of no withdrawals at ail, we would
agree that such ticde-offs may have some value, provided,
as we have airecdy observed, there is not more that the
Israelis are forced into offering than is officially revealed.
One of the reasons we have for expressing these fears
is the simultaneous announcement with the Kissinger de-
parture from Israel that Iran and Saudi Arabia are pre-
paring for a sudden reduction in the cost of oil, providing
the Arabian American Oil Co. quits blocking the deal.
Did Israel have to pay for that one too?
ft ft
No Room for Squatters
The struggle between left and right-wingers over the
occupation of the West Bank of Jordan has reached scan-
dalous proportions.
The question is squatters' rights because Israel has no
intention of permitting "settlements" there.
What is scandalous about it is that Jews are clubbing
Jews in the Middle East in the name of carrying out na-
tional Israeli policy.
This obvious fact apart, the more interesting facet of
the struggle is that it telegraphs Israeli intentions with
respect to a future settlement with Jordan.
Whatever the details of that ultimate settlement may
be, it should be eminently clear by now that Israel intends
to be able to deal with the West Bank as Jordanian if and
when the time for talking settlement ever comes.
Under those circumstances, there can be no room for
squatters.
Predictions May Go Awry
>
Despite evidence of mounting Arab inspired anti-Sem-
itism in Latin America, high-ranking Chilean officials paid
their respects to the Jewish community of Santiago on
Yom Kippur.
What is more significant is that the two main syna-
gogues and the eight smaller ones in Chile's capital were
filled to capacity.
Even more significant than that, if possible, is that
"La Palabra Israelite" ("Dos Yiddishe Vort") has just
published its 1,000th eaition, marking 28 years of uninter-
rupted publication of the Spanish-Yiddish weekly.
For all of the predictions of a dire future for the Jews
of Latin America generally, and Chile specifically, there
are some hopeful signs that the predictions may be some-
what awry.
Jerusalem Was Something Else
VOW THAT Shneur Zalman
-1* Shazar Is gone, there are
few of hlS breed left few of
the old East Europeans still liv-
ing who saw Israel through to
hoi birth and into the first quar-
ter-century of her existence as a
nation.
I suppose many of Israel's
newer generation of politicians
are not too sad about that.
roit at least a decade now,
they've talked, and not too sub-
tly either, about the strang'e-
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"i the
so
even
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one we ML
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hold the old pioneers hel
wellspring ol the co
litical power.
As time takes its in ltlli.
toll, there will le fewer im | i,.u.
er of the East European
in- to challenge the newer
breed's claim to thcii nherlt-
ance. The youngsters
tivelyl i'.o not have to talk
much, subtly or otheiu ..
among politicians, m
\i< course.
Bui it seems to me I mucn
1. In ady 11-' with 1
in-^ departures of ih<
I ean fathers that tl
sal as, anxious 1- 1
(. n oil 'tut;, to lei
II n, will never I e able
: ite.
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CQMMENT
National Newspaper Week
u as obsei ved la I week and I
am pleased that, foi me. il clos-
ed with a bang and not the
usual whimper ol self-congratu-
lation for the power and free-
dom of the pi ess
NEWSPAPERS have no1 been
noted for the success <>f advo-
cacy despite the awesome pow-
ers attributed to them by losers
in elections. An old journalism
textbook quoted a publisher I
knew quite Wtoi a- saying that
he never approved of his news-
I .1. er crusading because he only
made enemies, lost friends and
the crusade would be forgotten
the next day, anyhow.
I am not naive enough to dis-
agree completely with this poinl
of view bul things do happen.
As, for Instance, last week:
A MEIgEtlgG if.-'- he''d 1 the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion to fai'tlifti;, {he organization
ii a Council of Synagogue Sis-
tei hoods.
Several c!.-,\s earlier, also at
Federation, a meeting was held
to organize a task Force on
Federation Synagogue Rela-
tions.
1 am going to take full re-
sponsibility for the first event
ami credit for a major assist for
the second, and I can tell you
that in many years ol advocacy
journalism weeks like last we, k
have been SO rare that even with
my great powers ol recall for all
the things I have done (or us
some jieople believe, I have Ima-
gined) I can't rememljcr anoth-
er like it.
Last February I wrote a col-
umn expressing some dismay
with the role of the Women's
Division of Federation in the an-
nual Intcrfaith Day program,
pointing out that while the
Christian religious bodies -Prot-
estanl and Catholic were In-
" ,..
volvi I, s 1 le women as
nol
THE IRTH'LE lid n >< gel by
Wexlei then prcsidenl ol
the Women's I >h 1 lion 1 vei j lit-
tle does Mid she immediate^
M-t n.acliinery in motion to in-
volve the s nagoguc ladii r
through theli Sisterhoods and
Auxiliai ies
I don't know what the out-
come will lie of the radical ef-
fort to bring the women's groups
ther under one umbrella it
even for only a limited objective
such as Interfaith Day, let alone
a long-range program of a Sis-
terhood Council of Conservative,
Orthodox and Reform syna-
gogues.
BUT THE Federation wom-
en's leadership is surely to t>e
comm nded for the effort to
develop the kind of liaison be-
tween the secular and the reli-
gious which has prevented de-
v iopmenl of a truly strong Jew-
ish community, not only hen
but in the nation.
by FMfAKI) mm
On a rm itio
cieation ol a Tas
-1 idj and to acl on F atinn-
s na ogui Relation* ne ol
the most significant
taken by national and 1 1 Jew-
ish leaden.
THE TENSION thai
I-
in the past, but was
existed
.I under
cover, has surfaced tig the
pa.-1 several years, i* laps pri-
n ai lly because the 1 ?oguei
have been feeling a linancitl
pinch at the same I me that
led, .iitjons in nn 1 major
cities began to raise i"n-
ey than ever before
tor. .
l'.'it there has also eon con-
cern on the part ol I '< >>";'"
gogue spokesmen thai An*
Jcwrj and its laj lea ship *>
nol agree, as Rabbi David Polish
has stated, that T
hope for Jewish "'~,s
hi on sv nagogue 9 11
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October 18. 1974
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Rabbi Reminds Ford of Talks
! .,. The Jewish Flori.lljiii:
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,,: the changing gfht a
.. between the
atea and the Soviet
in whl< H< n'A
, |o g iron plaj n
,: role, I though) it
,: i while fof the
. io be aware of the
. i ient President
, Ford.
,;: -i. DISCUSSIONS may
.,, the fate ><( nun-
thousanda of Jews, and
i e can to empha-
thai fad is of utmost im-
mce
. ,| Mr. President:
; vi ili> you as president of
jl. Greater Miami Rabbinical
, ,ii,.n. I aril dismayed that
, v Bill With the Soviet
I i which with its attached
- ,n Amendment seemed so
, to passage, now is endan-
._.',.-, i because Of what appears
to be that internal political
g| ,- between two extremely
ble national leaders, your-
se : and Sen. Jackson.
Till-: HOniS of those Soviet
,lr seeking to emigrate, and
l/JV Gives
Okay To
PLO Status
( ontinued from Page 1-A
- opposition, vowed that Is
u mid continue to fight
I PLO, which be char
I as ,'i official Arab unit
nal murderers." to
nd rout it out
i er possible.
1 VR1IER, T.ko.ih denounced
. proposal in invite PLO ter
to participate in the
- nf the General As
... a "travesty ot the
Nations Charter and the
rulei of procedure.
nockery of the UN in
of all who still respect
mal law and morality.
OUR
READERS j
WRITE
"Let TV Words Be Brief
Kohcleth (Ecdsia. *
the confidence of many Amer-
icana in our own political proc-
ess, have suffered a severe set-
back.
"I sincerely hope that politics
will nol enter into the transcend-
Ing human consideration regard-
Ing the safety of Soviet Jews,
their rijjht to self-determination,
and to emigration in accordance
with their nee and in-
ational guarantee i Ights.
"RABBI RALPH P. KIXOSLE1
President, Greater Miami
Ka lilnieal tasoclution"
EDITOR. The JewtMi Florldlan:
This moining I had occasion
lo i Ra bi Meir Kahatie Sp-
an Cli. 10 on the A.M. show.
i > ii ing Hie course of the show.
he stated that he would be com-
ing to Speak in the .Miami area
on Oct. 23 through 25.
Can't anything no done to dis-
courage tins rabble-rouser from
coming into our community and
stirring up unnecessary prob-
lems and creating violent and
chaotic situations?
It behooves our Jewish com-
munity leaders to do all that is
necessary to maintain the sta-
bility of the community.
O. EDWARDS
Miami
"Federation Tuesday" will be the most important commu-
nity education event of the season, sponsored by the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation Women's Division A day of
interesting seminars, capped by a luncheon arid address
by TV personality David Susskind, will take place Nov. 26
at the Deauville Hotel. Planning for the event are (left to right)
Mrs. Marvin Weinstein, Women's Division president Mrs.
Harry B. Smith, and Federation Tuesday chairman Mrs.
Michael Lipsky.
V,
he proposal is obviously
led against peacemaking
'- in the Middle East. It is
ttable thai the parliamen
situation in the UN is such
that proposals of this nature can
In made and adopted."
Meanwhile, the American and
B tish spokesmen said that they
nol aware of any discus
lions between their countries
PLO representatives.
iswering a question whether
Ihi PI.O representatives will be
- nted visas to enter the United
v tes, Caurtney Sheldon, the
iean spokesman, replied
Ibal if they will be legitimately
1 tid they will receive visas.
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Friday, October 18, 1374
Kidnapping at Hague Once Again Raises
. Question of Arab Terrorism
By JOEL COHKN
London Clliwilnk Syndicate
The kidnapping of the
French Ambassador and his
staff in The Hague by mem-
bers of the Japanese Red Star
Army has once again drawn
the attention of Western se-
curity services to the links be-
tween the Arab terrorist
groups and foreign revolution-
ary groups.
In the Dutch kidnapping, the
kidnappers' main demand was
for the handover of Yukota
Kumaya, who was a courier for
the Japanese Red Army and
for the Popular Front for the
Liberation of Palestine, ac-
cording to some reports
travelling between Beirut and
Paris.
THE DECODED orders
which Fumaya carried with
him said: "You will kidnap
Japanese ambassadors or
businessmen in Kurr>|>e or Asia
and offer to exchange them for
revolutionaries imprisoned in
Israel."
The mastermind of these op-
erations is alleged to be a Jap-
anese woman. Fusaka Shigeno-
bu, who operates from Beirut.
She organized the Lod Airport
massacre in May, 1972. and
her husband was one of the
three Japanese who carried
out the attack.
The terrorists are given
training and shelter by the
PFLP, for whom the Red Star
Army carried out the Lod at-
tack.
Another indication of the web
Rabbinical Association
Holds First Kallah Retreat
The Rabbinical Association of
mi .< Id n.- first Kal-
ian Retreal this week in Hie
Holiday Inn iii the Hollywood
I.a'.-c, y Club, Hollywood.
according to an announcement
e by the Association's Presi-
dent, Rabl 1 Ral] h P. Kingsley,
of Temple Sinai of North Dade.
Rabbi Kingsley noted that this
e\ent afforded the rabbis an op-
porl nity to share their profes-
sional concerns and to bring
them closer intellectually and
socially In an atmosphere of
.learning and scholarship. This
helped further the spirit of Klol
Yisioel the unity amidst di-
vergent expressions in Judaism,
which is the concept in which
the Rabbinical Association is
rooted.
The Scholar-in-Residence for
the Kallah was Dr. Abraham I.
Katsh. president of Dropsie Uni-
versity in Philadelphia. Dr.
Katsh discussed "The Most Re-
cent Findings on the Geni/.a."
utilizing the microfilm manu-
scripts of the Ginsberg Library.
Rabbi Sal Landau of Beth Da-
vid Congregation, Miami, and
Rabbi Phillip Labowitz of Tem-
ple Beth Israel of Fort Lauder-
dale, Kallah chairman and co-
chairman, respectively, stated
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derstanding "1 the Geni/.n one
of the most significant finds of
ancient religious manuscripts
and artifacts in all recorded his-
tory.
The Kallah is an ancient learn-
Lng device dating back close t>>
2000 years in Babylonia. Large
numbers of people would inter-
rupt their regular duties and
gather at certain houses ol
learning where intensive Torah
studies would be held. This serv-
ed to recharge their desire for
learning throughout the yea:-.
One of the sources of the term
Kallah is the Aramaic word
which means totality. The Kal-
lah served as a means of total
immersion in Torah studies.
Rabbi Kingsley said that the
Kallah has been recorded and
copies of the highlights may be
obtained by contacting the Asso-
ciation's executive vice presi-
dent. Rabbi Solomon Schiff, at
the office. 4200 Biscayne Blvd.,
Miami 33137.
Lithograph Exhibit Oct. 25
Artist Lee Martin will exhibit
a group of his Israeli-inspired
lithograph prints in the Social
Hall immediately following the
8:30 p.m. service at Temple
Beth Am, Friday. Oct. 25.
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of cooperation linking tei r
organizations 1 ame in the crash
in mid-September of the TWA
Boeing near Athens. Although
the Greek authorities rule.I 0 rt
sal <:tage. the Arab Nationalist
Youth group made the claim
before passenger lists were re-
leased, subsequently confirmed
by TWA, that a Chilean was
on board the aircraft. ACCOl I-
ing to the terrorists, he blew
it up.
EARLIER THIS year there
were unconfirmed reports that
Palestinian and Latin Amer-
ican terrorists met in Paris to
work out plans for sabotage at
the World Cup. In July, the |
Chilean Ambassador to Leba-
non was shot dead by a group
calling itself the "Lebanese
Revolutionary Movement."
Contacts between the PFLP
and the Uruguayan Tupamaros
go hack to 1972 when the two
groups agreed to cooperate
with one another in training
guerrillas and in planning and
executing operations.
The Arab groups also have
close contact with a number of
Wesl European groujis. Both
Fatah and the PFLP are be-
lieved to maintain links with
German extremists.
Fatah was reported to have
ived assistance from West
German groups in the planning
and execution of the Munich
massacre in September. 1972,
as well as in previous attacks
in Germany.
( LOSEST TO the PFLP in
We>t Germany was the Red
Army, named after the Japa-
nese Red Army, but known
commonly as the Baader-Mein-
bof group. Though this group
has been suppressed, individ-
ual members are still at large
and some of the links with for-
eign groups are maintained.
In Italy, both the Left and
Right have been suspected of
having links with Arab groups.
The blowing-up of an oil re-
finery in Trieste, in August.
1972, for which Black Septem-
ber claimed responsibility, led
to considerable speculation
that the Arabs were helped by ,
Italian extremists.
Before the explosion, the '
Right-wing Italian National '
Vanguard movement had dis- ;
tributed leaflets expressing
"militant solidarity" with the 1
"younger national revolution-
What do doctors
recommend
for patients in pain?
There ar moay medications a
phvsician or dentist can prescr.be
for pain. But there's t ae pain re-
liever physicians and dentists dis-
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ach year, doctors give out over
50.000.000 Anacin tablets fo:
everything from toothache and
headache pain to the minor pain:
of arthritis. And millions take
Anacin without stomach upset.
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tablet a doctor might give you ii
his own office. Take Anacin.
. of Arab groups.
AFTER TWO Arabl were
arrested in Rome for handing
bombs, disguised as presents.
t 1 two English girls trave lng
by El Al to Israel, and which
subsequently exploded in mid-
night, an Italian senator said
that Italian police discovered
>nce of an arms traffic in
Rome which former Na is
were linked to several Ml I I e
East embassies.
The two Arabs were also
sai i t) have been helped by a
Croatian separatist group. Us-
tasha. from Yugoslavia.
In the past year, the more
significant link for the Arabs
has been with the Turkish
Peoples Liberation Army. Last
December the French police
discovered an armory, run by
Arabs and the Turkish Libert,
t:on Front, in a Paris suburb
THE LATTER group kid!
napped and murdered l
rae.i Consul-General in I- ,
bu! in May 1971.
In 1972 the then T
Foreign Minister, Haluk Bay.
Ulken, told the Turkish ParttV
mer.t that some 200 Turkish
terrorists had undergone train.
Ing in guerrilla camps in Arab
countries.
The iinks between the Arabs
and the Irish Republican Arrr.y
are still in existence. These in.
elude arrangements for
deliveries and training.
At the trial last July of a
Libyan found in London with a
gasoline bomb and carrying a
plan of the El Al office, it was
disclosed in court that within
days of his arrival In El
"men with Irish accents" had
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Army Beats Back West Bank 'Invasion
Continued from Page 1-A
bcr of persons were injured. The
number'of injuries and number
of arrests, if any, were not re-
ported.
The armed forces did not use
firearms in routing the squatters.
About 1,000 supporters of the
settlement movement, known as
(iu-h Emunim." massed in a
own Jerusalem park to
protest the government's policy
of restricting Jewish settlement
in the administered territories.
They vowed that they would
establish permanent homes in
those areas, the government's
objections notwithstanding.
Premier Yitzhak Rabin warn
ed meanwhile, that unauthorized
- merits would not be tolerat
ed.
ADDRESSING A transporta-
tion forum, he said that the
nment had settlement
^ and that extension of
settlement around Jerusalem
v as "ii top of the list.
"There is 'he Galil and other
placi Hid I know that there is
a lack of people to settle in these
places. It would be better if
those trying to settle in un-
authorized places would direct
effort-; to where they are
need d," Rabin said/
Defense Minister Shimon
Peres said it was regrettable
the army had to be occupied
rounding up illegal settlers wh a
important duties il
se and training to perform.
The mass trek into the Wet
of Jiulea ana
.i in which, according to
wen 1-000 to 5.00C
ns participated, was oh
a well-planned, well
I movement.
II- TIMING was believed
ly to coincide with the
trip of Secretary of State Henry
A. Kissinger who arrived in
Cairo (>ct !' on his ei"hth visit
Mideast, and then in Israel
over the weekend. Another ap-
parent motivation is to test the
mettle of the Rabin government
ar-d. accordins to some Observ-
ers, to bring it down if possible.
Premier Rab!n has stood firm
h hv hU and the precedine gov-
ernment's -ilicy of permitting
only limited settlement in the
administered territories pending
a final peace accord.
The Premier reiterated that
unauthorized settlement would
net be tolerated. But h" reneated
his pledge, made when he took
office, that he would call new
elections before signing any
agreement with Jordan that in-
volved Israeli territorial with-
drawals
The "Gu*h Emunim" is made
UO primarilv of Orthodox reli-
gious militants who insist that
all territory west of the Jordan
belongs to Israel by Divine right
and ri"ht-wing nationalist groups
such as the "Greater Israel
Movement" that refuse to coun-
tenance withdrawals from any of
the Arab territory captured by
Israel in the 1967 war. '
POLICE AND armv units,
alerted along the "Green Line."
the boundary between Israel and
the administered territories, set
up road blocks on all highways,
secondary roads, and even in
wadis and cow paths. All vehicles
were stopped and their oc-
cupants questioned.
Groups whose camping gear
and othnr equipment gave away
their intentions were turned
back. But large numbers pos-
sibly hundreds managed to
evade the road blocks and enter-
ed the territories under cover of
nieht. Bv morning, squatters
were established on at least
three nolnt' on the West Bank
Nehi Salah, Hirbata and
Maaleh Edumim near Jericho.
The Israeli Radio reported
clashes between security forces
a"d souatters at Tel Gavir, neir
th-> Arab town of Ramallah north
of .Tnra!em. Air Force planes
p"d h"Uconters rsncPd over the
West Bank to snot other concen-
trations of souatters.
El Al May
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WIV ijTAi The
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tiless the government
a ze a long-standing
ement that vir-
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"ti the foreign our-
" rtion of their salaries.
arrangement has been
d by Likud MK Akiva
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than other employes.
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directors has been deluged with
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their contracts which expire in
1976 unless the airline and the
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Pound although the internation-
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- the arrangement is In-
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Friday. October 18, 1374

Allon Tried to Head Off Recognition
Of PLO in His Address to UN
By WILLIAM SAPIIIKK
KITED nations ijta>
Foreign Minister Yigal Allon
i Israel t.; 11 the General As-
I let. 3 that "not a snide
i ne of the problems encompass-
ed in the Arab-Israeli dispute
tan he solved by war" and that
"there is no problem, including
the question oi the independent
identity of the Palestinians,
which cannot be solved by sin-
cere negotiations between the
parties."
Allon. speaking in Hebrew,
the first time in the history of
the United Nations that the As-
sembly was addressed in that
language, declared, "Only a
peace founded on respect for the
interests of both parties can be
genuine, stable and durable."
HE said that "the geo-stra-
ditl cis .-. iii.h have
red in the Middle Easl make
1 that
1- i-.'l would be pn ps ed to
give favorable considi ati .. to
nl mt I 1toi ia] 1 imi 10-
bul ih< compro-
:i l
-. conditioi
the conclu-
..
n its 1.
to "ex-
e 1 ;) possi :. 1 e
that,

1 p ne otial i (01 ; 1
mine in
-."
Prime Minister, addi
the Assembly's 29th annual 1
it was his first appi ai an le
e the 138-member body as
head of the Israeli delegation
since he became Forel jn M
ter earlier this year, The tone of
his address was both firm and
conciliatory.
DECLARING THAT detente
will either be global and apply
in the Middle East as well, or
there will be no detente at all."
Allon accused the Soviet I'nion,
which is inspired by a one-sided
i:nti-Israel attitude," of "incite-
ment to intransigence and in- "
flexibility" in the Middle East
which was "one of the principal
crises of tension" in t':c region,
"The Soviet I'nion is doing no
service to the people of the area
when it counts weapons of war
among its main exports to some
countries of the Middle Bast, as
if these, and not means of pro-
duction and technological agree-
ments, can raise these nations
from their misery," Allon said.
He declared that Israel "shall
faithfully observe the ceasefire
and separation of forces agree-
ments, on a reciprocal basis, un-
til they are replaced or supple-
mented by new agreements.
"Hut in the same way as we
shall display the utmost good
will in seeking to achieve bal-
anced and constructive progress
in the political sphere, we shall
neither submit nor lend ourselv-
es to the blackmail of threats of
war or even war itself."
allon referred at length to
the Vom Kippur War v. Mich, he
said, showed clearly "it further
proof were reo'dr^d" that "there
cannot be, and there never will
be a miiitaij I 1 i Arab-Israeli conflict, which per-
sists beyond ail political realms.
a conflict which saos the verj
marrow from the bones "f all
the peoples in the area."
The Foreii n Minister sa I
that "Is aci i- cogni tan! of 11 e
existei lestion of Pal-
estinian id( ntity" and "holds
1 hat il 1 .1 and should be solved
I the sel 1 lenient
with her neigh-
1 I he east." mi aning Jor-
dan
He observed in this connection
t'lat the .nat majority of the
Palesl nian : opulatii n is concen-
trated on both hanks <>1 the Jor-
dan River and that most citizens
01 Jordan ire Palestinians and
most Palestinians are citizens of
Jordan.
HOWEVER, Allon declared,
"The Palestine community in
genera] must in no way be
equated with the terrorist or- :
ganizations." The Israeli Foreign
Minister was most bitter in his
castration of the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization (PLO)
which he described as "not a na-
, .'
Christian Women Demonstrate
Solidarity With Soviet Jews
NEW YORK (JTA) A
troup of Christian women dem-
onstrated their solidarity with
Soviet Jews last week by holding
a one-hour vigil at Lincoln Cen-
ter in Manhattan during the pre-
miere performance there of the
Bolshoi Ballet.
The participants in the vigil
look special note of the forth-
coming trial of Victor Polsky, the
prominent Jewish activist who
has sought to emigrate for years.
Polsky has been wrongfully ac-
cused of "operating his car in
an improper manner" in an auto
accident and faces a stiff prison
term.
THE CHRISTIAN women at
the vigil deplored the persecu-
tion of Polsky, asserting that the
Soviets "are attempting to use
the incident to discourage other
Jews from seeking exit visas."
The participants in the vigil
included Sister Rose Thering, of
Seton Hall University; Sister
Kathy Hardy, representing the
New Jersey Council of Churches:
Mary Jean Friel-Nieto. represent
Jng the United Farmworkers of
America; Dolores Mann, who
works closely with the Ocean-
front Council for Soviet Jewry;
and Lorraine Nicolas, a student
at Seton Hall.
In a statement issued at the
vigil, they urged the Soviet
Union to grant freedom to the
many oppressed artists and other
Jews who desperately want to:
emigrate from the USSR.
THEV SAID, "We believe in|
the cultural exchange programs!
between the United States andi
the Soviet Union. We believe i
that these programs can foster'
greater understanding between!
the peoples of these two nations." |
However, the statement said,
if the Soviet Union "wants tc
give true meaning to cultural ex
change, and if that country truly .
wants to build stronger bridge-
of understanding, then it is im-
perative that the Soviets assure
human rights to all Soviet Jews.
"Human decency demands that
the Soviet Union call an imme
diate halt to its campaign of har-
assment and persecution of Jew;
and remove all barriers to free
emigration."
CONTINUING, THE statement
declared: "On this Jewish High
Holy Day season we hope that
our pleas to make this year of
hope for Soviet Jews will be
heard in the highest councils of
the Soviet government, and acted
upon at once The dignity of!
Soviet Jews, and, indeed, the dig-'
nity of all people everywhere,
demand that Jews who wish to
leave the USSR be able to do so
without fear of oppression."
FILLING IN
(id.

1
tional liberation movement but
the roof organization of disunit-
ed and splintered terrorist
groups whose pretensions and
support do not Bpring from the
broad masses oi the Palestinian
population."
Noting that more Arabs than
Israelis have been killed by
these terrorist groups, and more
terrorists have been killed in
clashes with regular Arab forces
than by Israeli Security lone-.
Allon noted that "these tacts are
i bvious to anybody who care- 1 1
examine them."
The PLO. he said, "stands in
direct contradiction to the Char-
: the United Nations. It de-
nies absolutely the right of Is-
rael to 1 v-i ar.d postulates its
ruction as a principal ob-
jective."
ALLON NOT! I) that "with
the parliamentary situation ex-
isting in this General Assembly,
the preconceived ideas held by a
great number of those taking
here, and the irrelevant
considerati ns which guide many
delegations, a majority might
concede the PLO demands" for
recognition.
But lie said Israel would re-
.1 d such a resolution as "im-
pinging on its fundamental
rights, as illegal and not binding
in any way One cannot ask
of any nation to agree to its
own elimination or to commit
suicide." he said.
The Foreign Ministe." also
warned that the PLO's insist-
ence on Inscribing the Palestine
Question on the General Assem-
bly's agenda "is designed above
all. to destrov the prospects of
the political efforts a! the verj
ming. A debate on this mat-
tei anno! fail to poison the In-
ternational atmosphere,
Ai ceptance ol the PLO de-
mands may wi II condemn I ic
e. is of the ne
process to failure -t when
the first ray of light has been
glimpsed on the horizon. ne
ad,led, however, that !' estini-
ana who wish to e,:v,
live expression to thi
liendent identity can bt
to do so in the < onti
negotiations with Joi
Allon said. "I
to a general
v it boat Including in I
lion ol the needs of
t.nians."
IIK ALSO accused thi
states oi perpi tuating
gee pml-lern since UM8
to exploit human suffi
political and propagan .-,. .,
He said "there is nothil ire
ludicrous than the am. ,ni\.
raising 1 ffoi ts ol : n
1 United Nations Ri lit | and
Works Agency) to make up (he
deficits in its budget at .
when the Arab oil state* com-
mand the biggest mom ;. ry re-
serves in the world."
He noted that fat mon diffi-
cult refugee problems
1 arts of the world ha l lieen
soived I01 ago, 1
given Rood w ill. the n
con,; for both
igees and Jewish n
the A 'is can
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Ford, Mao Think
Workers Should Help
Shape Students
By MAX LBMRER
IngPtca I'iniON Synriieatc
v yoi'.K Query: What
., : her education Joes
n\ i ietald Ford share
Chairman Mao? Answer:
: oth believe the Influence
working men should be
lit t" bear pn college stu-
<: nts.
This doesn't by any means dis-
lit Mr. Ford's suggestion In
. commencement talk in Ohio
, n the Labor Pay weekend that
. king men and women should
i \\ i.i.i: .. R
In th<
i but
Into pers]
II i\ immunist.-:-1 Ihere is the
i mi q .. stion of
. with I '
and 'mi to k ;> it from
too i ai el i-
is worried that the Chi-
., i .n itudents will
I ny .'i len ideas and
ny I'.ms ilan ttudi nts
e technocrats with
"on munist flame dimmed.
Hence their exile to outlying
areas, where pres imal ij
ret their uppity Ideas
i out of them and soi >e
e i in ones drummed in.
MR. FORD'S worry is less
;ical Me shares the com-
fa ng e4 the middle-class
n that higher education
sn't "practical" enough.
Mis plea for a "better mix" of
intel ectual and practical
ill help him with the Meany nd Fil/simmnnses and the la-
tior vote, and certainly won't
aim him with the Main Streets
< i every American town.
Aside from the political angle,
hat sense does Mr, Ford's sug-
gestion make in educational
terms? It Isn't at all a had idea.
Mr. lords remark that educa-
tion is being "strangled by
ees" is an easy pun but it
.irks considerable truth.
AS ONE who served time for
three years as dean of a pretty
good graduate school, and who i-
'till involved with about 100 doc-
toral candidates a year. 1 .mist
testify wryly that there is more
to intelligence than a PhD.
During the 1960s there was a
tad rush for degrees which
threatened to saturate the PhD
ket It led an academic wag
0 suggest that in the future
iery child lorn in America be
equipped with a birth certificate
nd a PhD.
i HAVE heard college prese-
nts bout about the percentage
PhDs on their faculty, without
taking a survey of the extent to
Men the faculty members think
themselves or the kind *A
experience they have had.
Those two tests are more cru-
ial than all the teats oral and
written which the graduate
Btudent may pass or even excel
in.
For a decade at Brandeis l":> -
enlty, I had a hand in a gen-
ral education course for all sen-
iors. We brought men and wom-
en from government, labor, bust
ness, from their writing desks
and dtawing boards, from stu-
dios and administrative offl s.
WE a ujcro them to talk
about their life experience
what ha \ been then- right an I
decisions, their life turn-
oints. Then we took them
a tart.
We used to hold the meet it a
in a b ildlng called the Cast e
and every Thursday night tli>
Castle "as crowded with stu-
dentsand not just the seniors
fighting to gel in.
If I were still with t.iat course.
my nest invitation would go t
tn Richard Nixon, to come and
talk arout his life experience, his
life .11- sions, hi- blunders IF
he w iuld talk.
HIGHER EDUCATION' in the
i ; ire must be education f< all
st dents w ho can <\
. i > erse teachers ......

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,n It uut *-
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:h the whole life in
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1 thi brain nd I
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I them ue li\ ing tl at

l.
I i | rea li ty to
the i ivertity lts<

"Miami Shalom" is already welcoming
newcomers to this area with regular social
events. Pictured at the most recent open-
house at the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion are (left to riqht) Ceil Siiverman; Dr.
and Mrs. Clifford Marks, long-time residents
who helped welcome newcomers on behalf
of the Federation; Mr. and Mrs. Marc Benar
roch, new residents of North Miami Beach;
and Sylvia Bamett.
.... ,''
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Kahn (center) of Hialeah
were among the newcomers greeted by
Federation President and Mrs. Harry B.
Smith (left) and Executive Vice President
end MrB. Myron J. Brodie (right) at the re-
cent open-house at the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Tederaiion.

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man
Book Selection for All
Seasons and All Tastes
pASIH: Commentaries of the Pentateuch," selected and trans
lated by Chum Pearl (New York, Viking Press. S6.95. 256
pp.) is another addition to Bnai Btitb .Jewish. H Classic- The book is intended for the hvman who knows little
or nothing of the classic work of Rabbi Shlomo ben Itzchai
(ashi).
The selections that have been chosen provide an insight
to Bashi'S method, and they hold the interest of the reader.
It is advisable that a cony of the Chumash be at hand when
reading the book. The translator-editor h3=, wisely, omitted
the grammatical explanations and involved exegesis
"OPERATION HAZALAH." by GlllCS Lambert, translated
from the French by Robert Bullen and R^s^ttc Lettelier
(Indianapolis, the Bobbs-Merrill Co., |6.95, 235 pp.). is the story
of the young Zionists who rescued thousands of Hungarian Jews
during the Nazi occupation. I recall vividly the scenes in the
Jewish sections of New York on that famous Saturday when
the orthodox Jews were permitted to collect money on the
Sabbath for Hazalah (rescue I. This action epitomizes the Jew-
ish tradition that saving a life is more important than observing
the Sabbath.
Lamb-Tt relate^ the story with gripping suspense since
par! of the operation was opposed by some Hungarian Jews.
The author is a correspondent for Le Figaro He did personal
research in Hungary. The account of the ingenuity and bravery
of the young Zionists who forged passports, identification
papers, baptismal certificates so that Jews could pass as Chris-
tians, and disrupted Nazi operations sounds almost fictional,
but it is true. The estimated number of those saved is 100.000.
The Nazis exterminated 70O.OC0 Hungarian Jews.
"CRYSTAL NIGHT." by Rita Thiaman and Emmanuel
Feinerman (New York. Coward, McCann and Geoghegan. $5.95,
192 pp.! is another translation from the French by Gilles
Cremone-i. This documentary history recreates the infamous
night of November 9-10. 1938. in Berlin when Nazi terrorization
of Jews climaxed in nationwide anti-Jewish riots. This fore-
shadowed the Holocaust. The book is based on Nazi contem-
porary documents and those of their victims. The two French
scholar-authors recount the events with empathy but with
objective historiography. The contemporary photographs which
are reproduced are vivid adjuncts for those who did not live
during these da;.s and who think that history began yesterday.
fKobcrt K^eqal
V
- 1
i^j^jjf Thou Shalt Spend, Spend
And Also Elect, Elect
JEWISH COMMUNITY relations organizations have for several
years stewed over certain public election campaign practices
disturbing to many people and making for considerable bitter-
ness in some Jewish organizations.
Now. with the adoption of political campaign spending laws
in nearly half of our 50 states and with federal action indicated,
still more Jewish organizations are showing interest in the
relationship of campaign funding, campaign promises, and cam-
paign practices to ethnic units.
LOOKING BACK for a moment, we now recognize great
foresight on the part of those Jewish groups that had the
courage to object to public statements supporting specific
candidates and made by leaders clearly identified by Jewish
organizational offices.
The practice ran counter to Election Guidelines adopted
in 1971 by the National Jewish Community Relations Advisory
Council and subsequently endorsed by the Board of Directors
of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds.
Advertisements placed by well-known Jewish leaders iden-
tified as such and calling on the Jewish community to suoport
individual candidates also were frowned upon in the NJCRAC
and CJFWF policy guidelines.
Questionable practices of the nature we have in mind have
stirred bitter debates in several Jewish organizations during
the 1972 Presidential election campaign.
AND NOW, looking ahead, we see leading Jewish bodies
taking a fresh look at the need for reform as a result of
adoption of campaign financing legislation.
For example both the Jewish Labor Committee and the
Union of American Hebrew Congregations have taken stands
in support of public financing of elections. Other Jewish bodies
may soon do likewise.
h of this activity takes its cue from the dismay churned
up In the Water ;:dals. Individuals and organizations
determined to preserve the democratic process are coming more
and more to realize that freedom to spend millions of dollars
in election campaigns and the temptation to gobble up tele-
vision and radio time with the help of overflowing campaign
treasuries can turn democratic processes upside down.
C^ar/ ^/tlpcrt
Plenty of Jobs Not Enough Help
Haifa
VT'HILK THE economists are disturbed by the
run-away inflation in Israel, and the gov-
ernment is taking steps to cool down the over-
heated economy, I have conducted my own pri-
vatn survey of one barometer of economic condi-
tions the job market.
I went through a normal weekend edition
of the latest issue of the afternoon paper.
"Maariv." and counted 256 display advertise-
ments, large and small, seeking 463 employees
of various categories.
THERE WAS an additional very large ad
from the Government Civil Service Commiss
seeking no leas than 259 candidates for govi rn
ment positions. And there were 345 of the sn
tppealing tor approximately B
applicants. Summary: 602 ads looking for 11 '"
That number may not seem largo, but n -
nber this was a single, normal Issue of one
newspaper. The situation is repeated every
w.v, Employers look elsewhere as well. The
bulletin boards of the universities are covered
with announcements of available positions.
IN BHOBT, there is a serious luck of work-
ing hands encompassing almost every field ol
employment. Of course this also helps to expla n
the rash of strikes which have recently swept
tne country.
Almost anv strike is bound to succeed, at
least in part. The employers have no choice.
mere Ls no one else available, and this despite
Um continuing immigration into the country.
What kind of help is in greatest demand?
From my collection of ads it appears that engi-
neers and technical people head the list a fact
which greatly increases the responsibility placed
upon the Technion. There are Others. A secre-
tary-t pi.-t who can work In both Hebrew and
English would be worth her weight,in gold to
judge by these ads.
The demand for watchmen and guards re-
flects the heightened security consciousness.
Tailors and seamstresses are in short supply.
THERE ABE very, very few openings lor
lawyers, but lot< for administrative personnel,
computer operators, bookkeepers, welders, ma-
chinists.
The many Job opportunities make it tei
ing for mothers to go out and work too, but
who will take care of the young children at
home? Hence the scon S and scores of ads. some
of them marked urgent, seeking personnel to
look after the children.
The trouble is th;.t the wages demanded are
high, cur Ruthy, who has a part-time job on the
junior staff of Tel Aviv University, figures that
in the long run it costs her almost as much to
have a woman come in to take care of Anat, as
Ruthy herself nets from the job. This is a nor-
mal experience.
h)cn Ljallob
Big Pressures Weaken Orthodox
A RECENT substantial influx into Hebrew day
sen ioIs of students from Conservative and
Reform homes has been a key factor in success-
ful pressures towards a weakening Orthodox
position in some of the schools "and further
shifting in this direction seems likely.'" accord-
ing to a study by an Orthodox educator.
The study was made by Dr Irving Fried,
principal of the Columbus (Ohio) Torah Acad-
emy. He reported his findings in the June issue
of 'The Jewish Parent." the official publication
of the National Association of Hebrew Day
Schools. The association is an affiliate of Torah
Umesorah. the National Society for Hebrew Day
Schools.
DR. FRIED reported he had chosen 35
Hebrew day schools for his investigation, select-
ed to reflect the makeup of such schools in
terms of their size and geographic locations
nationa'ly.
He sent a questionnaire to the principal of
each school, to a rabbi actively involved in the
school and to the executive director of the local
Jewish Federation.
Because several of the respondents had dual
roles as principal and rabbi and two of the
communities had no local Federation offices,
the potential respondents totalled 98. Dr. Fried,
who reported he made his study in the fall of
1972, said nearly 90 percent of the question-
naires, representing 32 schools, were returned.
THE DATA showed that 31 of the 32 schools
reported families with Conservative synagogue
affiliations among their student bodies. Ten of
the schools reported student bodies of between
41 and 100 percent Conservative affiliates.
Dr. Fried concluded that "it seems probable
that at least 50 percent of the students in the
schools represented in this sample were from
non-Orthodox families."
HE ALSO found that 26 of the schools re-
ported Conservative affiliates among their board
members. Eight schools reported boards consist-
ing of between 41 and 100 percent Conservative
affiliate and te nreported between 21 and 40
percent such affiliates. Reform affililates were
reported holding memberships on 16 boards.
Dr. Fried reported that in 23 out of 26
schools reporting pressures to change the
school's religious philosophy during the 1967-72
period, "the direction of pressure was towards
a weakened religious position" and that "all of
the respondent groups indicated that the parents
were the primary group seeking change."
DR. FRIED expressed the conviction that
"the trend toward parental disinterest and op-
position" could be reversed or at least halted.
He contended that when parents fail to support
the religious position of the school, "they are
doing so out of absence of knowledge, not
through a deliberate design to subvert the ob-
jectives of the school."
,

rK-abbi *^amnel *^il\
vcr
Scoop Jackson's a Noble Politico
A REMARKABLE man is Sen. Henry Jackson.
The dynamic politician from the State of
Washington has labored long and mightily for
many causes, and one of them is the right of the
Jews to emigrate from Russia.
"Scoop," as he is called, has been belittled
by some as a hawk, as the "Senator from
Boeing." as a cold warrior, etc.
HE IS indeed concerned alw>ut Russia. One
doc- not have to be a right-winger to feel that
niunism is something against which we
should guard ourselves.
The Kremlin's reluctance to permit our
people to live or leave as Jews is a symptom
of the harshness of that regime. The recent
bulldozer attack on modern art and media |>eo-
pie is another reminder of that harshnes-.
Or read the texts of the sjieeches by Mos-
cow's men in the UN, and you detect malice and
hypocrisy, as when they, representing a nation
which has gobbled up oodles of other nations,
charge Israel with being aggressive.
SEX. JACKSON, from a State with a small
number of Jewish voters, has been a gallant
defender of Jewish rights, of the Israeli case,
and of humanitarianism in general.
True, he wants to sit in the White Houe.
I'.'it it is notable that he thinks he can get into
the White House by supporting Jewish rights.
May all his rivals take the same position!
In a recet gala event in Los Angeles (hon-
oring Edward Sanders, a noble man) Sen. Jack-
son attacked the "Arab oil cartel." Would that
all of his rivals would take that tack, too.


ly, October 18, 1974
* Jen 1st fh>rIdKar
Pace 11-A
Honduras 'Cane Brings Back
Memories of Samuel lemur ray
IIV. JOSEPH POLAKOFF
leuith Te!rjjra|hii- AgOMgf
(MONO THE communities
ed out on the Horuiuran
\- oast by Hurricane Fifi's
Is ami floods is Oman, a vil-
nainly known to outsiders
it once wn a corporate
I arters of the United Fruit
when the legendary Bes-
in-born Jew. Samuel Ze-
. was its principal execu-
| fficer and guiding genius.
murray was among the
).t important figures in the
. is banana business during
h of this century. Both as
\ te planter in his salad days
at different stages as the
| Istrator of United Fruit.
. as one of its major stock-
Zemurray embodied
1'ialiiies of ingenuity, as-
. and a will to build and
t o\ that enabled foreigners
ake personal history In Cen-
rn. America.
in HIS heyday, Fortune M
e him Ita I ill tn atment
was a i -Unite in ita par-
ivay. He died or, Nov. 30.
the Bge of s-i and 9
I with Jewish rites in New
|
io lay on the Caribbean
: > lond iras between the
malan l order and Puerto
t /. the port town for San
Sula, which is thi> main
i lal and industrial cen-
I Honduras, San Pedro Sula
|s in'and about 'M miles west ol
on the hot and humid
i t plain that i< excellent
t >v. ing I ananas.
: kily, the city which has
Ihe country's only synagogue
an.i community center for its
[.-. imately to Jews
with relatively light damage
Ifrom the storm.
Al.nxiETHER Honduras has
than ISO Jews, mostly of
Russian, Rumanian, Polish and
German origin. About t!0 live in
\". igalpa, the capital which
has a year-round springtime cli-
htate. Single families live in
pawns like Tela and La Ceiba
which were hard hit by the hur-
[ricane. Several dozen Jews ar-
[rive.l in Honduras in the 1920s
Ian i most of the remainder just
[before and after World War II.
[Virtually every Jew is bilingual
|ir Spanish and English, includ-
ing the several native American
(Jews there now.
The country's first Jewish res-
I ident probably was Paul Adler,
I an American accountant for the
builders of the North Coast
Railway in the last decade of
the the 19th century.
Zemurray might well have
been the second. Honduras has
no rabbi and no Jewish educa-
tional facilies. The nearest rab-
bi is in San Salvador, a half-
hour's plane ride from Teguci-
i and twice that time from
San Pedro Sula.
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San Pedro Sula- Jews establish-
ed their synagogue.
Most Honduran Jews are en-
i In light industry, mer-
chandising and the professions.
Several are involved in the own-
ership and operation of the
co intry*s besl hotels in both ma-
jor citits. Hondurans of Leba-
nese and Syrian origin far out-
number Jews.
In Tegucigalpa alone, so-called
"Turkos" total more than MO.
At times, sections of the Hon-
duran media have published an-
ti-Israel and anti-Zionist dia-
t:ibes. However, Hondurans ire
not anti-Semitic and some Arabs
and Jews have been good busi-
ness partners.
brae] has an Honorary Conau'
in Honduras. Its Ami B! i li
seated in Guatemala is also uc-
i re lited to Hond iras.
Zemurray's ca eer i egan at
' I on the dork- ol M >l lie
short:, after his family emigrat-
ed to Selin i Alal ima Rus-
sia where he was born In 18T7.
His .ion was to li ly bai
that bad been rejected by wh e-
aalera because they had r
in shipment from C) nl al \
ica. Zemurraj of thi m
to small d< a!i rs and ;ie*.
Se\cn yeai itei. in 1899, he
entered the fruit b isiness on a
large scale by c ml ai ting I
I'nited Fruit Co. shipments.
New Orleans was then Amer-
in > a ipita an I h
gan operations th He met
Sarah Weinberger, daughter of
Jacob Wein e; ., was
in the fruit business and tiiey
married in 1904, making their
home in New Orle here his
wid... continues to live.
His next ig itep v. ia to form
Rahhi Leifnian To
Speak Wednesday
Rabbi Morton Lcifman will
speak in the Philip Berkowita
Board Room of Beth David con
greaaiion Wednesday at 8:30
p.m. His topic will be "Akedah
Th? Binding of Isaac" trad.
tional and modern Interpreta-
tions.
R-ibbi Leifman is presently the
Dean of the Cant'ir's Institute
Seminary College of Jew
Music, and National Associate
Director of Community Educa-
tion for the Seminary. He re-
turned recently from Jerusalem
where he was lirector of the
Jewish Theological Seminary's
Student Center for four years.
Rabbi Leifman's practical in-
volvement in the field of mar-
riage and divorce law led him
to specialized study in the area
nf family law and the role ol
v. men in the Jwish tradition a?.
well as in the developing atti-
tudes in the Conservative Move-
ment and in Jewish communities
outside of the United Stal
a i artm rsl ip with Ashl
Hubl i In M<
tile. I '. .
banai an I In 191 they
: n led the Cu, ... el
with Zemu i isident. To
stil a ^- competition In plat
and grov ing in Centi A
United Fruit I ml luya-
me! and Zen- ime its
genera! manager. Short .
trie Wall Street collapse in I
Zemurray sold his United Fruit
-t ck an I left the company.
WKAKKNED CNDER the im-
pact of eo n leptession and
inferior management, United
Fruit recalled him as Ita presi-
dent and he restored the
pan/s strength. He retire i ir.
1957. In his time, United Fruit
owned vast tracts for banana
plantations in Honduras, Costa
Rica, Panama, Nicaragua, Gua-
temala and Beiize (formerly
ii Honduras!, and sugar
cane propertii 9 In [Mexico, Ja-
maica and Cuba.
In ter a ira, United Fruit
di\ este I 11 self of m at of these
lands. Zemurray became im-
:ii. nsely wealthy and he gave
much of his fortune to Central
: leans. Interest in training
Centia] Americans to run their
U.S.-Soviet Negotiations
On Exits Hit New Snags
WASHINGTON (JTA) Early conclusion of the ;>a ns-
taking negotiations on a I'.s.-Soviet agreement on emigration
and trade appeared distant after the Ford Administration and
the Senate leadership appeared at the point of an amicable com-
promise on the issue last week.
Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger's news conference
statement prior to leaving tor the Middle East that the Adminis-
tration could not be held to guaranteeing Soviet compliance
with aspects of a bilateral agreement on its emigration policy
angered Capitol sources close to the negotiations.
KINSl\<;HK SAID that the 'difficulty" between him and
those Senators arose at a meeting in which he presented what
"we could guarantee in the area and what in effect could hap-
pen." However, he said that "we have every intention to work
them out with good will."
One primary Capitol source, however, said it was Outrage-
ous for the Secretary to withdraw part of the agreement un-
expectedly."
This source and others told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that Kissinger never had been asked to 'guarantee" the agree-
ment with the Soviet government to ameliorate conditions for
emigration of Soviet Jews and others and end harassment of
visa applicants or members of their families.
WHAT HAD been expected, they said, was that the Presi-
dent would report the facts of Soviet compljajirt to Congress for
its review and judgment on renewal each year of trade benefits
to the Soviet government.
The Administration had insisted that renewal should be
vested in the President with either house of Congress having the
right to veto his decision.
The figure of 60.000 emigrants that had frequently appeared
in press reports without specific identification of source
appeared to be a factor in the Kissinger-Senatorial controversy.
Kissinger said that he had "always made clear that I could not
guarantee any figure."
CAPITOL SOtRCES told JTA that the 60,000 figure was
a bench-mark figure that would indicate Soviet good faith in
the first year of a U.S.-Soviet agreement.
Presumably, the Capitol sources said, the figure would be
higher after the first year when more Soviet citizens, recogniz-
ing they would not be dismissed from their jobs and threatened
in other ways, would apply for visas.
own id develop their
ii !.; a e rather
: irehrners like
led him to kelp found
. :ue a A ''an Amer-
n a i
fwa I iveen Si n Pedro Sj-
icigalpa.
IN THEIK : the
ra s met ti igedy.
Their only son. Joseph, was kill-
ed wh I- the L'f>. Air
; 'oice i'i the At) is Mountains of
Noith Africa in World War II.
One I the I scUela's mahrb
ings is nar ed for I The first
of a nt w I is : iar.0
ers bi ill for the United
Fn it Co. directly after the var
was named 'Junior' ;n memory
of Zemurray's son.
Their only granddaughter, Al*
llson Stone, was killed in an au-
i mobile accident in Fiance at
age !9. The Zemurray's only
. ighter, Mrs. Doris Stone, now
lives in Covington, La., near
New Orleans.
She contributed antiques and
: e lonal an i devoted
virl tally ail of her time for
years to he p oi pnize and devel-
op Costa Rica's national mu-
se im in San Jose where her son
Sam Zi inurray, now lives.
Going over last minute details for this week's annual mem-
bership "Bruncheon" of Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom
are Mrs. Lester Schner, (left) membership chairman; Mrs.
Irving Miller, Sisterhood president, and Mrs. Stuart Gottlieb,
program chairman. A plant auction, in conjunction with
the theme of the function, "Grow with Sisterhood," was a
feature of the program.
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Friday, October 18, 1974
LEO MINDL1N
Jerusalem
< ontinued Irom Puk* V
it ::!
i :- ri Si
and foremosl po ':
koic TUB Shaza rusalom
was a dream to be achieved even
after the recst ish '<:it of a
Jewish Jei For th<>-c
who come after the Shazars, it
is secular, not ok Inc. in platon-
i, terms, it is Particular, not
[deal.
Tl \iiii think this is a quaint or
irchaJc and therefore a trivial
distinction, then think also of
tlie indifferent <>:, what is worse.
hostile feeling young Israelis
harbor towani European Jewish
history especially that most
recent portion ol" it that ended
id the Hitterian holocaust.
vi
is Some tiling Else for Shazar
I. with m s i" the
Vu. h > : "\.:i in a i
i m civi.'l ation ln#ent;
i.i.:.i I el ol Chi1st
ii '.! dc tio/ing it.
TIIE voinc tsracli, and thai
[nc i es his new political lead-
ers, sees this as an Inexplicable
period In Jewish history in
which Jews passively submitted
in their own butchery.
A I'd so. my own feelings, as a
miiTor of the East Kuropean.
[iut in.- closer to the vision ol
n 01 like President Shazar, who
believed in the prophetic fulfill-
ment oi bran] reborn, and who
were committed to that vision
even after Israel's reestablish-
incut as a nation.
For them, the fact of Israel
diil not diminish the spirit of Is-
rael as. I fear so deeply, it docs
for the new young breed. For
e thini i
i
| in itse I
e ti >
. t i
; -hi- n ::.
FOB : in: j ing breed; it
is to me. : I i Is politics:
the \ isionary wellspring is rai 1I-
:,. drying up.
Tiicy have not inherited lint
by their nature are ahead;, cre-
ating a Jewish nation against
which the earliest prophets
warned us: Israel does not need
kiriirs or governments; Israel's
king, Israel's kingdom are eise-
where.
The logical conclusion here is
not that a modern Jewish na-
tion is a threat to Israel as a
people. That would be too naive
a view of the proplietic intent,
and after all. President Sha/ar
did stand proudly at the helm
ot Israel reborn.
Cohen: Closer Ties to Synagogue
Continued from Page 4-A
n.it come as hard statements
from either side, but in dialogue
that could make for a stronger
commitment to that survival by
both routes secular ami reli-
gious,
For the past several years I
have pushed the cause of a clos-
er relationship i P'*1-
oration and 1I1 S nagogue, em-
phasizing primarilv the need to
bolster Jewish < ication. The
nse from both Federation
and a I,': t [OgUe
I. n nly hos-
tile.
Bl T LAST nber
Synagogue Council of America
created a Committee on Rela-
tions with Federations and in
February the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds
created a similar body and the
Greater Miami Federation's new
Task Force is the result.
Granting my prejudice for
something I have tried to foster
for years. I believe it to be no
idle statement that Jewish sur-
vival now has a better chance
as the result of these first steps
being taken for creatini; real
Jewish community.
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jews for Crucifixion Role
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The case stems from a
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yei Jacques Isorni against a Ro-
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Georges d Nantes.
lsoKNi, .\ right-wing politi-
cian and lawyer, had written a
In >ok published in 19G7. "The
True Trial of Jesus," in which
he blamed the Roman governor
for Jesus" death.
Isorni. who had served as
Mai shal Petain's attorney at
France's liberation, claimed in
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his book that Jesus was <
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cause he had belonged to an
anti-Roman guerrilla movement.
Father de Nantes, who leads i
an mtra right wing splinter I
group from the official Catholic i
church! has accused Isoini ot
"falsifying the New Testament'' j
in older to ser\e the Jews and i
clear them of their collective'
guilt.
Father de Nantes also said j
that Isorni "has o- tort for the
Jews against the church."
iSUh.u, io is asKing for a j
symbolic one franc compensa-;
tion. has asked the court to find
Father de Nantes guilty, "as
otherwise you will be justifying
him for nreaching the massacre
of the Jews."
Isorni also told the court that.
de Nantes seeks to justify the
Nazis' anti-Jewish crimes on the ;
b;isLs of their collective guilt in ,
Jesus' death. The court verdict
is expected in atiout two weeks.
Sisterhood Luncheon Set
The Sisterhood f Israelite
rv- ['emote is going to have
Its first luncheon of the year ,
. i .- .... ouuii m the social hail. J
They will welcome and honor j
Mrs. Solomon Waldenberg. wife I
of the new spiritual leader.
Bl i' IT :'' in
> spat
l
of the
'
,,..;, I------ hM!'*
nation, then let it i thai
lation !- me elj .i net tphi i
; [si ael's hi '> or pui
.'.i d whal i' this hi ;hest pur-
pose? It i~ not exclusive1) po-
litical. It is historic.
It is a view of Jerusalem
through Hie eves of the last Ku-
ropean, not the militant young
t .ik who awaits his opportunity
in the back corridors of the Par-
liament today.
ONE WOULD be mistaken. I
think, to see this view ol Israel's
prophetic destiny exclusively in
religious terms. President Sha-
/ar. a pious man. had it and
shared it with Prime Minister
Ben-Gurion. an enlightened hu-
manist, who felt no more com-
fortable, say, among Sha/ar's
"chassidim" than 1 might have
and in tact did.
One Friday in the spring of
1963, I spent the morning with
President Sha/ar in his office in
Jerusalem talking atiout Israel,
his Bast Kurojiean background,
the book he was then writing,
my own family roots.
Our conversation ranged far
and wide, and there a> a pro-
found kinship I etween us that
se med to ignite almost six.nta
neously.
AT MM II. he introduced me
to some young government
e Later, with the President
e t'.e atmosphere between
I i ecame thick and hostile:
nl/, we were i*'h-
i- ,i I was tiie 'ore, ner. the i
. ler.
in the afternoon, about four,
I was di iving on a I a k ro
tah hi towa i I the Kin
\i l Hotel, ski. i
: e:i-l'o ndai line
Jcrusa'e anii a i
\ < BOWD s!ov eel me
top. A
,-. Sha a irrounded
in his
'
Ilk' fcfjSRH '
' i
nn .. i' '
tlibn change i to en
i t witherin
l..' moved to the side, his '
gUlim" followii him.
I waited rut:! he would pa..
lie refused to budge. Finally,
nodded, but he refused to ai
nowledge me. Then. I drove oi
In 1971, at a backstage meet-
ing with him here in Mia i
Peach. I reminded him of th
incident.
IIC SAID he did not reni.....
ber it. although he was warm i ;
his recollection of our talk ./
his office. Then, at the last mie
vte. before entering a huge bar-
q.iet hull and ascending to h...
table on the dais, he said, hi *
eyes twinkling: "I suppose yo-j
made it back to your hotel a :
right?"
On that back street in feru
Salem, when he would not ack-
nowledge my presence because.
in his view, I was already violat-
ing the Sabbath, for all the re-
ligious Impasse between us. I
felt closer to him than I eve
could to those government ai lea
Or to the Jerusalem poll
who clubbed a protesting crow i
outside Pi ime Minister Rabin'i
home the other night tor darlt i
to shout. "Kissinger Go Home''
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Eban Says
Arab Assault
Is a Matter
Of Civility
Continued from Page 1-A
ar I of interna-
tional civilit "
In remarks at the Weizmann '
Ov 1 ': or at tiie New-
York 'Hilton Hotel here Oct. 10.
the Is-. tesman ami mem- i
be; c: the Knesset declared.
"There is a need for ereal ve
intellectual leaders in all coun-
tries to take counsel together on
the pie-; and promotion
of international civility in face
of the forces that threaten its
downfall."
IIE CHARGED an 'Arab ef-
fort to e'iminate Israel and re-
I lace it by a 21st Arab State"
which has disrupted law and
destroyed innocent life through
rampant terrorism." He said
that "no other force at work in
the life of our generation has
made such a concentrated as-
sault on the principles of rever-
ence and order in human socie-
ty"
Eban delivered his address to
a large audience attending the
dinner organized by the Amer-
ican Committee for the Weiz-
mann Institute of Science at P.e-
hovot. The event will be th
in a year-It g series of programs
marking the 100th anniversary
of the rirth of the late Dr.
Chaim Weizmann, Israel's first
president.
Elan, who is currently a visit-
it i ilumbJa Uni-
versil Faculty of Internation-
al A: share the plat-
form with Nobel Laureate Dr.
Gen an.
IX HIS : address, the
former Foreign Minister warned
that there has been a deteriora-
tion ol the sit :atlon in the Mid-
dle e Israel signed its
disen I accords with
Egypt and Syria earlier this
year.
"The passage of time without
further substantive negotiation
has had a negative effect." he
said.
"Syiia has reson.ed a militant
rhetoric and has evaded the con-
structivi implications of the dis-
engagement agreement The
Soviet Union has kept the arms
race in full escalation" and "the
United Nations seents ready to
legitimi: e terroi 1st i tganizattons
whose aims are subversive of in-
ternationa] order and hostile to
the sov( eignty ol two member
states."
The UN is -becoming not an
instrument t< ag conflicts
li.it an waging them,"
Eban charged in his address.
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;adat Trying to Make Hussein, Arafat Shake
By EHUD YAARI
|eRI'SALEM (JTA) The
L-tinian problem is not only
complicated issue of the
* iraeii conflict. It i> also
jgest headache of Egyptian
piiclent Anw.ir Sadat in his
[ i form a "unified Arab
for the Geneva confer-
dat explained recently that
- cannot afford to
, before they settle their
rentes. Otherwise, he
,1. Israel would exploit
,. differences to her own ad-
I i
|k POINTED to the Jordan-
tjtine Liberation Ortfaniza-
crisis as highly ominous in
et and vowed to do his
breach the gap.
Isdat's first stcD came with
Hussein's visit to Abxan
PRESIDENT SADAT
hii;h wire act
dria, which led to the joint
Egyptian-Jordanian statement of
July 18
There, Sadat granted Hussein
recognition as representative of
those Palestinians living in the
Hashemite kingdom, and back
publicly his drive for a disen-
gagement agreement with the
Israelis.
Two month- of open denuncia-
tions by the PI.0 fol'owed. Sadat
was accused of betraying the
' -tinian cause by selling
out" to the Americans and their
ally Hussein.
Relations between Cairo and
PLO leadership rapidly dete-
riorated to the verge of a politi-
cal confrontation
SADAT REFISED to back-
track from his communique with
Htis-ein. The PLO refused to
nccept Egypt.'s demand for a
dialogue in order to "coordinate"
policies.
Finally, through Syrian media-
tion, a tripartite meeting took
Israel's Envoy Visits Giscard
Bj EDWIN KVTAN
(JTA) Israeli
\&3. lor Asher Ben Natan
i i-minute meeting with
i Valery Giscard d'Ea-
al the Klysee Palace here
p ind useful."
; itan told reporters that
. natters had been dis-
cussed but added. I have not
time with a shopping ban for
aims to the President."
THE ISRAELI envoy said that
the lifting i>[ the French embar-
go on arms to the Middle East
was an important development
"but even more important will
be to find out the manner in
which it will be applied."
He observed thkt "unfortuna-
Loseiibaum Scandals Shake
Israel's Monev Institutions
|Continued from Page 1A
I'.'s largest textile
Workers at the
i cMled a meeting to
ess the money d ie them
Aita Ie forced to shut
I t assurai the
l gi neral N i
i. that their : "
ind sevi rani e paj were
\ ilso said there was no
'i Rosenbaum's credl-
i over Atta.
Seminary
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To Board
EW YORK M: S I
inn Goldstein, chain" in
itional Won* n's Pal
' and former president of
League for I' n-
Judaism, and Rabbi
i, spiritual leader of
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Histadrut, meanwhile! ha* in-
structed its Com] t tiler to find
out if any Hista ii ut nterprises
have been Im in R sen-
baum's bank or r enter-
prises.
THE INVKSTMJATION was
Initiated following rumors that
Hisl idrut's giant c instruction
cooperative, Solel B men, mav
had some connection with
Rosenbaum's comi ai I .
So ; i. it h is been impossible
I determin the extent of the
losses that may have been f-
by the I-r tel 'orp. and its
Israeli holdings. Israel Corp.
: mds were invested in some ol
the 100 companies R
established in Vaduz, Lichten-
steln, a favorite tax haven for
international flnan
it also reportedly had deposits
In Rosenbaum's International
Credit Bank in Geneva which
rinsed.
the lack of bookkeeping in
P. senbau n's Lii htenstein com-
panies is maW lifficult to
ascertain the extern" ol financial
losses fered I the 1
I ''-.. 11 te Ye-: i-
Itz, who returned
ton :,< at-
laid thai i
by tie tsrai I
adit 1 : in G neva
d be invi < i
, i wrong mish-
due consideratii n must e
n t the I

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. i ts.
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Credit Bank Closes
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[' : that it ii sufferii 'a;""'' ''
ona l as i latas
I1,1 w Ithdi a a their monej i.
ild the court find the bar.; Insolvent I
n it to be in bankruptcy and appetrrt ui o
id up its business. Until then, the bank Is still free i nego-
tiate Its sale or the sale of its assets, the funds from wntoil
l e MpeaMedJ in a court-control led account.
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tely, Israel always needs arms.
and now we will have a chance
ly what France has to of-
fer in this fie I.'
Ben Natan had similar com-
ments to make earlier on a
French radio interview after he
returned to Pa from a month's
in Israel.
He expressed hope that
'"friendly and amicable relations
will now be established between
Israel an I France" in the wake
of the embargo's removal.
But he said "e\ ing rie-
pends on how this new policy
will [f it is now
going to be a | astlon of an arms
i ace in the Middle Hast. I be-
lieve there Is a certain equili-
brium of forces in this region
that should not be upset."
HIE ISRAEL! Ambassador
to say directly whether
his country has ;>:ans to buy
aims from Fraace. He observed
that while the French Mirages
and 5 arc an old design, the new
K-i Is a very good ilrplane."
He said that a large part of
his talk with Giscard d'Estaing
was devoted to the Middle East
situation and Israel's views of
it.
Observi believe that the
reference to I I-
itters could ean that
I- ael has asl a I for i tariff.* tion
of France's new a ms sales : i
Uc.," In the Mi Idle E ist.
The meeting was the first the
French Presi lent has had with
the Israeli em y sil ce his elec-
Uoi three mths ago. It was
arranged before France announc-
ed its decision to ..it the arms
embai
place in Cairo Sept. 20 and 21.
In the joint statement issued by
Egypt's and Syria's Foreign
Ministers and the PLO delegate,
Egypt once again recognized the
PLO as the sole legitimate rep-
resentative of the Palestinian
people.
Furthermore. Egypt annou I
ced officially, for the first time,
its support of a separate Pales-
tinian -tate to be formed in the
West Bank and the Gaza Strip.
THIS MEANT a definite de-
parture from Sadat's previous
agreement with Hussein. Jordan
was nr>t mentioned at all in the
tripartite communique but the
contradictions between v. hat
Sadat gave Hussein in July and
what he gave now to the PLO
was quite obvious: he apparently
committed himself to a ourse
aimed at cutting the West Bank
from Jordan.
Earlier he accented Hussein's
concept of free choice by the
local copulation after, and not
before, an Israeli pull out.
Hussein lost no time. He threw
the hall back by announcing a
provisional "suspension" of
Jordanian participation in all
peace contacts, apparently to
force the Egyptians to take a
clear-cut decision: are they pre-
pared to sacrifice cooperation
with him for the sake of sup-
porting the PLO or would they
rather review their present
position?
HUSSEIN'S MOVE was .-.
serious threat to Sadat, who now
lost his power to maneuver.
Sadat or so Jordanians cal-
culated cannot lose Jordan as
an ally both in Geneva and when
war breaks out.
Losing Jordan endangers the
pro-pect for a oolitical settle-
ment with I-rael. as well as
Anvrica's backing to it.
At the same time it deprives
Egypt's and Syria's armies from
the considerable aid of three to-
four Jordanian divisi <0S. for
which Yasir Arafat's 9.000 ter-
rorists can never compensate.
Nevertheless, Sadat still hopes
for cooperation with Hussein. He
now wants to summon him for
negotiation-; with PLO leader
Arafat under his own auspices.
BUT WHAT cm he offer to
the King? How can Sadat tie
both Hussein and Arafat to his
game" Sadat keeps the secret to
himself. Put his aides hint that
he knows some miraculous way
to combine his contradictory
commitmen's into a comnromise
formula which can win the sup-
port of both rivals.
Clearly. Egypt do?s not wi=h
to alienate Jordan from her. be-
cause her helo will be needed
either to make peace or go to
war. At the sam? time Sadat
cannot afford to appear as opting
for a settlement at the expense
of Palestinians.
The effort to get bath Hussein
and Arafat to climb on Sadat's
bandwagon is now the focal
point of Egypt's Arab policy. It
wont be an easy task to per-
form and chances of success are
hv no means secure,
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ipitals taking
gpecia "i lew of re-
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on the
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solution in
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this fact. But
ttely, the Palestine I 11 -
tl m has won
the last s
- from countries that are
i friendly t > Israel, Al-
ien said.
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Russell General Chairman Of
e^ewAsUl IPlOridHaH 4cademy's Scholarship Dinner
i, Florida Friday. October 18. 1974
Section B
Southeastern Florida ORT
Delegates Attend Conference
. from Southeastern
[Ion will leave Sun
the 10th National Board
,-,nf, | ,f Women's Amcri
i i Organization for Re-
in Through Training).
; will be held in San Fran-
, ..!', Monday through
Thursday.
The Conference will be attend
,.,! bj 700 !">!> leaders represent-
ihe organisation^ 120.000
member* in more than 900 chap
from coast to coast.
Led bj Region President Mrs.
Felice Traktman, the delegates
: eastern Florida to the
erence are Mrs. Cynthia
sh, Mrs. Ann Speroni. lira
Flnr.1 Schuman, Mrs. Charlotte
Ho d Mrs Florence Kanter.
Mrs Ann Linden, Mrs. Joan
Mrs Hcnny Apner,
\!;> l in 1 Martin, Mrs. Esther
M Sylvia Einhorn and
Mrs lo Apotheker
S tional Board Confer
... oncern itself with the
changes and chal-
mfront the Jewish
and affect the
rogram.
*
ftUCl TKAK7MAN, CYNTHIA KRONISH
Concerted emphasis by the
Community Affairs Commission
will deal with the activity an needs of the community, inter-
relating the effect on the over-
seas program, and assessing
Women's American ORT's own
special programs and character
and how they can become a more
effective influence as a driving
force for quality education in
America with emphasis on the
ORT Women To Attend National
Hoard Conference In California
,m of 1.000 top lead-
n s American ORT.
m for Rehabilitation
' liming), representing
rs m BOO chapters
to coast will convene
National Board Cm-
San Francisco. Ca'if..
. eek
In Iditi m, distinguished
ind huh echelon ORT
im overseas will
in Ihe deliberations
Audio-Visual
Presentation
A1 Conference
visual presentation
behind the scenes"
Wi n's American ORT com-
u ti\ities in Dad*' Coun-
be itured by Southeast
1 Region at the 10th
Bo ird Conference In
jco Oct 21-24.
''-. Linda Martin, education
-. reports that during
ear, Miss Tony Pin-
iournaiism major at the
University of Miami, has been
following various members of
ORT as they work in the back-
" 1 1 ir xnotint vocational and
career education,
TV visual segment shows
' ORT members confer-
rinK with the Dade County
Sch<*>] Board, in preparation for
" principals and area superin-
tendent's breakfast to be held in
ind working on the
1 o| So You Want To
Be
nent at the Jewish
service shows the
i'V f a newly arrived Soviet
was a recipient of
'" RT loan Grant, and a
W|ung student filling out a first
J"b application with the help of
an ORT member.
In addition, the many commu-
n"y actlvitiea of ORT such as
^ice of hot meals to the Sen-
lor Citizens, the Telecare Pro-
jfram and the Oneg Shabbat at
h South Beach Activities Cen-
r are depicted.
of the Oct. 21-24 conference.
Mr.- Leon ud Pechenik of
Miami, president of District VI.
MRS. LEONARD PfCHfNIK
which encompasses nine south-
ern states, will lead the delega-
tion of ORT representatives from
the District.
Others from the District Board
attending will be Mrs. Dave A.
Rothfarb of Atlanta. Ga.. Chair-
man of the District Executive
Committee; Ronald S. Treshan.
executive director of District VI;
Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt. Mrs.
Theodore Zalles, Mrs. Phillip
Stark and Mrs. Sherman Sailer
of Miami; Mrs. Selma Biller of
Clearwater, Mrs. Edward Light
of Hollywood, and Mrs. Alan
Bcrman of Maitland.
The San Francisco Conference
will concern itself with the ways
and means in which the ORT
program may be further expand-
ed and developed in Israel and
throughout the world and will
further consider the additional
ways in which vital ORT pres-
ence on the American education-
al scene may be augmented and
increased.
ORT, the vocational training
program of the Jewish people,
is a worldwide network of voca-
tional schools designed to build
and rebuild human lives by-
teaching modern skills. At pres-
ent, ove*- 70.000 students are
enrolled in ORT schools annually
throughout the world.
vocational and technical aspect
An ORT presence in the
United States will be a means
Of reinforcing Jewish identity
and combatting the alienation
among today's Jewish youth.
The Community Relations
Commission will stress the need
for the deeper involvment of
ORT in specific activities within
the community and its relation-
ship with other major Jewish
organizations, in areas concern-
ing anti-Semitism. Soviet Jewry,
Women's Plea and the upgrad-
ing of technical and vocational
education
The challenges of this Con-
ference will demonstrate the
vitality and strength of Women's
American ORT as an organiza-
tion both on the American scene
and to the Jewish people," Mrs
Traktman said.
"In the midst of chaotic world
conditions ORT has to assert its
ability to be a positive force
for quality education and hope
in this country to help combat
the economic and psychological
problems which confront u- to-
day.
"At the same time, we must
maintain our commitment to
strengthen the position of our
peoplv. both through our global
network, in this country and
especially in Israel. The chal-
lenges are great, however, but
they must be met."
Robert Russell, past president
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, has been named gen-
eral chairman of the 27th annual
scholarship dinner of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy which
will be held Dec. 22 at the
Diplomat Hotel.
Announcement of Russell's
acceptance was made by Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, principal,
and H. Abrams. chairman of
the executive committee of the
Hebrew Academy.
Russell will work closely with
living Firtel. president, and
George Kimmel. chairman of the
hoard of directors of the Hebrew
Academy, in securing maximum
community involvement in the
$150-a-couple dinner.
Russell, president of Russell
Anaconda Aluminum. Inc.. is
chairman of the Housing Com-
mittee of the Jewish Agency for
Israel, and one of 12 Americans
serving on the Jewish Agency's
Board of Governors
A former general chairman of
Federation's Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund,
he was honored by State of Is-
rael Bonds as one of 25 Amer-
icans and Canadians receiving
the Prime Minister's Award dur-
ing Israel's 25th anniversary
celebration in 1073.
Russell is active in the leader-
ship of the Jewish Community
Centers of South Florida, the
American Friends of Tel Aviv
University, Temple Israel oi
Greater Miami and the American
ROBERT KUSStll
Jewish Committee. He was the
1972 recipient of the AJC's Hu
man Relations Award.
Russell aided the Hebrew
Academy's expansion campaign
which resulted in construction
of the new Merwitzer Building
during his term as president oi
Federation. The Academy is a
beneficiary agency of Federa-
tion.
A trustee of Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Russell serves on the executive
committee of the United Jewish
Appeal, on the Florida Board of
Governors of the National Con
lerence of Christians and Jews
and in numerous other civic
posts.
Zionists Will
Hear Top
Speakers
NEW YORK Top American
and Israeli public officials, in-
cluding Sen. Edward Kennedy,
of Massachusetts, and Israel Am-
bassador to the U.S. Simcha
Dinitz, will ad Iress the third
national convention of the Amer-
ican Zionist Federation, to be
held Saturday evening. Oct 26,
through Monday. Oct. 28. at the
Statler Hilton Hotel in Boston,
Mass.
Major talks will also be de-
livered by Dr. Marver Bernstein,
president of Brandeis Univer-
sity, and by Rabbi Israel Miller.
president Of the American Zion-
ist Federation.
More than 600 delegates from
throughout the U.S. are expect-
ed to attend the convention.
Both Sen. Kennedy and Am-
bassador Dinitz are expected to
discuss the tense Middle East
situation, developments at the
UN affecting Mideast peace,
and comment on the status of
diplomatic negotiations and dis-
cussions taking place in the
major capitals of the world.
Young Israel Sisterhood
Membership Tea Wednesday
.Membership chairwomen Mrs.
Joyce Frand and Mrs. Donna
Gottlieb announce that the
Young Israel Sisterhood will
hold its 16th annual "Member
.ship Tea" Wednesday at 8:30
p.m. in the Young Israel Social
Hall, 990 ni: 171st St.
A comedy skit directed by
Barry i> Schreiber and featur-
ing the "Yenta Players" will be
presented. A Chinese Auction"
will be held and refreshments
will be served. Mrs. Ray Gruen.
president, invites all members
and friends to attend.
Mrs. Ernest Andich (left) of South Miami happily welcomes
newcomers to Miami with a social open house at the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation. Some of the new Miami resi-
dents who have been enjoying the programs of "Miami
Shalom" are (left to right) Mrs. Aaron Weiser and Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Pincus. along with Mr. Andich. Mrs. Andich is
chairman of the "Shalom" program all over the county,
encouraging all newcomers to the Jewish community to con-
tact the Federation for a warm, social evening of wlcoming.
'Miami Shalom" Program Is
Headed By Mrs. Ernest Andich
One of the newest and warm-
est programs of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation Women's
Division is 'Miami Shalom." a
kind ol welcome wagon for the
Jew ish community.
"This is in keeping with the
time-honored Jewish tradition of
welcoming the stranger in our
midst." said Mrs. Ki nest Andich
of South Miami, who is chair-
man of "Miami Shalom."
"We want each and every
newcomer to this area to feel a
part of Miami's Jewish commu-
nity right away," said Mrs. An-
dich.
"The community has SO much
to offer and is becoming a bet-
ter and better place to live each
day. So why continue to think of
yourself as a New Yorker or a
Chicagoan or even a Northerner
at all when it's much more com-
fortable to sav I'm a Miamian'."
Mrs. Andich has helped devise
a program of regular social
events at the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. 4200 Bis-
cayne Blvd.
All newcomers are encouraged
to contact the Federation and
take the opportunity to attend a
social "open house." There new
residents meet other new resi-
dent! and make new friends.
They also learn abort the facil-
ities and programs of the Jew-
ish community so that each new-
comer may make the best use of
them w ithout delav.
t if course we'd like to ins
each and every newcomer to get
Involved," said Mrs. Andich,
"but for now we're glad for the
chance to say 'Welcome to Mi-
ami!"
Miami Beach Police Chief
Rocky Pomerance has been
installed as the 1974-75 pres-
ident of the International As-
sociation of Chiefs of Police.
His aim. he said, is to bring
the nations of the world clos-
er together in law enforce-
ment.


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Friday, October 18
Religious Services
Land.-iu
4-A
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
1 ON. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
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AN SHE EMKS. 253 CW 1th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
2
BETH AM (Tempe). 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert M. Baumgard. Associate Rabbi
Barry Altman. 3
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BE" H DAV'U. 2625 SW 3rd Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Sol
Cai.tor William L.pson
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BETH DAVID SOUTH. 7500 SW.
12Cth St. Conservative. Rabbi Sol
Landau. Cantor William Lioson 4-B
. a
BETH KODESH 1101 SW 1?th Ave.
Modern 1 radi.ioral. Rabbi Max S'm-
piro. Canioi Leon Segal. Rev. Alex
Stahl. Rev. Mendel Gutterman. I
BETH TOV (Temple). 6*38 SW 8'h
St. Conservat.ve. Rabbi Charles Ro-
bel. Cantor Alexander Cohen 8
Kim.i\. (1:16 i'in Bermon "Parenta
_\- .i i rlterlon for Their Children.
SJ'NAI ISRAEL AND GREATER
MIAMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE. 9600
Sunset Drive. Orthodox. Rabbi
Ralph Glixman. 8-A
CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION
OF KENDALE LAKES. S W. 107
Ave. at Kendall Dr. Rabbi Maxwell
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1H2-
44 Washington Ave. "
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th St. Causeway.
North Bay Village. Consei vative.
Cantor Murray Vaeh 32-A
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARD
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St. Mi-
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mc-
decai Chai'novits. 32-B
NORTH MIAMI BtACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1021
NE Miami Garden* Dr Conscivativs
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Canter Ian
Alpern
:.?
ACUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave Hebrew
Religiour Community Center. 1 '-''
NE 3rd Ave. Orthodox. 33-A
Berger.
9
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rafchi
Joseph R. Nrot. 10
Frlda> 8:16 p m Dlscuaalon
film "The Annrentlceehln of Dudilv
Krai / bj Rabbi Barn' Tabachnl-
ISRAELIIb' CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conserva've. Rahtv Solomon
Waldenberg. Cantor Nathan Parnass
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob C. Mandelson.
34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Victor D. Zwel-
ing. Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
SINAI (Temple) OF NORTH DADE
18801 NE Sr'nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor lrv.no
Shakes. 37
Frldai 16 n ni Sermon: "1 Doi '
Think I I Ike Vou Duddy KravlU. Hut
I d. n"l Think I Hate V
Sntunlai. in S" : m Bar Vlttival
. I .-mi Of Mr. ;iml Mri U
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SKY LAKE SVNAGOGUu "9151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabti Dov
Bidnick 38
YOUNG ISRAEL CF GREATER Ml.
AMI. 990 NE ITItt St. Ortadox
Rabbi Zev Leff. 39
OR OLOM (lemclel K/M SW 16*h
St. Conservative. Rabbi Divid M.
Baron. Canior Stanley Rich. 13
TEMPLE ISHAEL-SOL TH (Formerly
Beth Tikva) 9025 Sunset Dr. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 13-A
-
TIFERETH ISRAEL (Temple). 6500
N. Miami Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes. 14
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f.lON (Temple). SOOu Miller Rd. Con-
servative Rabbi Normar. Shapiro.
Cantor Erro4 Hellman M
Friday, > i:, p.m.. (iuest Bpaaker, Ar-
Hiur Ti-iivibauni rawimml director of
the Antl-Datamation i.<-.iku> '
B'rlth Saturday. I a.m. Bermon:
s.ilruh nf Use Weak. B'nal .Mitzvah
of Stuart, Sim of Mr and M*> .'
.i.i-i. and Mid act, eon of Mi artfl
1 Ronald Bymons.
HIALSAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Tempi*). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Z,londek. 15
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Yehuda
Bmyamin. 36
Pi ni :v 1:16 D.m. Bal Mil n ah of
i, daughter of Mr at .1 .Mrs David
Kanlan.
MIAMI BEACH
AGUD^TH ISRAEL. 7801 Csr'yle Ave.
Orthodo. Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever. '7
m
BETH EL. 2400 Pine T.ee Dr. Or-
thodox. 6
BETH ISRAEL. 770 4Ctn St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Av.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
K/. Cantor Maunce Mam-hes. 11
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BE"H RAPHAEL .T'.mple). 1545 je-
ferson Ave. Conservative. Raboi
Elliot Winograd. Cantor Saul Breeh
iORAl GABIES
JIJDEA iTemple). 5560 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Michael 3 Ei-
stat. Cantor Rita Sh-e. 40
ZAMORA (Temple'. 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. RabK Maurice Klc n
41
MMtlM
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9348 Ha'ding Ave. Orthcdo<. Rabh-
Isaac D. Vine
50
MAT LAUDmOALl
BETH ISRAEL fTemole) '100 W
Oakland Par* Blvd Rahbi Phllio *
LaOowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU-EL 3243 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement. <3
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON-
GREGATION Liberal 360' U
versitv Dr Rabbi Max Weitz. 44
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 87^3
N.W 57th St. .Conservative) Rah-
bi Milton J Gross. 44-A
HmPANO BtACH
MARGATE JEWISH Cf-NTER Sim
NW 9th St 44-B
6HOI-OM (Templei. 132 St 11'h Ave.
Conservative. Rahbi Morris A. Skoi
Cantor Yaacov Renzer. 49
HAUANOALf
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
(Conservative). 416 NE 8th Ave.
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz. Cantor
Jacob Danzlger. 12
Friday, < i I Berw '"Hie .'
i' imea to Atnerl a Saturd 1:41
.. ro :i ternreta'lnn if ".............- il
leaann < the week Genesis. Chap-
ter* 12-17.
HOUrWOOD
BETH EL (Temple). 1551 S. *4th Av..
Re-form. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe ftssist-
ant Rabbi Harvey M. Rosenfeil 45
!" day, 8:16 i> m Sermon: "Our Mod-
em Tower Builder*" Silurdav. II
i. in liar M-'rvah of Divi.l J t son
f Mr ami Mrs Jerome A. Stmons.
BETH SHOLOM. (Temple*. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi ueon Kron -,h.
Cantor David Conviser. 21
TEMPLE BETH SOLOMON. 927 Lin.
coin Rd. Modern Conservative. Rab-
bi David Raab. 21-A
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. 22
BETH SHALOM (Temnle). 4601 Ar.
thur St. Conservative. Rahbi Mor.
ton Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold 48
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conse*\ative. Rabbi David Shaniro.
Associa e Rabbi. Chaim S L stfield.
Cantor Yehuda L. Heiibraun. 47
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE-
GATION. 843 Meridian Ave. -"A
BNAI ZION (Temple) 200-178th St..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Dr Abraham I.
Jacobson 22-B
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Waahington Ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
TEMPLE BETH AHM Conservat v-
3'0 SW 6?n 1 Ave.. Hollywood. Ri--
Cavid Rosenfield. 47-B
TEMPLE SOLtL iLioeral). 5101 Sher.
idan St.. Horywood. Rabbi Rohrt
Fraz.n. 47-C
C JBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave
Rabbi Meir Masliah Melamed. 23-A
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 WaMbtoO-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvinq
Lehrman, Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Groaa. >
CONGREGATION AN-NELL (Branch,
of Hebrew Acsdimy). 7th St. and
Meridian Ave Orthodox 2S-A
JACOB C COHfen COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 163? Washington Av.
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Ster-
Cantor Meyer Engel 26
KNE8ETH ISRAEL. 1415 BKlid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfielo
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
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MENORAH (Temple.. ~Z 76th St.
Coneervative. Rabbi Mayer Abrarr-
owitz. Cantor Nico Petdman. 28
NER TAMIO (Temple) 79th St. and
Carlyle Ave. Conservative Rabbi
Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Edward
Khrln. 29
Mercv Hospital
Charity Ball To
Be Held Nov. 22
Dr. a-nl Mrs. Hyman Merlin
and Dr. and Mrs. Davi.1 llpsloin
are Berving on committees pre-
paring for the 24th annual
Mercy Hospital Charity Ball.
The Merlins are helping with
the invitations to this gala affair
which is scheduled for Nov. 22
in the ballroom <>f the Doral
Country Club. The Epsteins are
on the arrangements committee.
Both couples "ill he an
at a cocktail-:
given for the Ball Committee
friends Saturday at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Thomas
Za; don. Cohosting the party will
be Dr. and Mrs. Jose ( arballo.
The Zaydons and Carballos are
coehairmen of the Ball Commit-
tee.
Also busy with ball arrange-
ments are Dr. and Mrs. Charles
Roser.feM who an? memlier.- i I
the tickets committee; Dr. and
Mrs. i.Mini Vfitkind, courtesy
a;id contacts committee, and Dr.
;i Mrs. Joseph Rudnu-k. ilso
on the arrangements committee.
Proceeds from the Charity
I this year w ill be donated to
a fund to expand the e>
dialysis unit at the hospital.
Israe'i Oiassidie
Sonjr Festival Oct. 26
The sixth Nili >n:i! [SI
Chassidic Song Festival is sched-
uled Saturday, Oct 26. at 8 p.m.
in the Miami Beach Auditorium,
with songs in both Hebrew and
English
Tickets to the extravaganza
are available at Ticketron loca-
tions in Sears stores, all music
makers in Dade'ard and the
auditorium box office, where re-
duced prices are offered to sen-
iors and students.
Films Opening At Wometco
Openings Friday at local
^Vometi-o theatres include "Air-
oort 1975" at the 163rd S1
"v ;n N i. 1 Dadeland. Carlyle
The Gambler." at the Palm
"The Garnb.o:."' at the Palm
SDrir.gs No. 2. Hallandale and
Plaza No 2-Hollywood: "Mixed
Company" at the Palm Springs
No l and Carib; "Amazing
Grace" at the Miami and 27th
Avenue and "Thi> Cdessa File"
at the Miracle. Patio. Twin II-
Dadeland. Normandv. Plaza
Hollywood and Boca Raton.
Singles Party, Dance Set
The Young Professionals 4
Professionals II. serving Dade
and Broward County Singlo
Adults in their 20"s. 30's and
4.);. ar? cosronsoring a club
I party Saturday at 8 p.m.
and t l-ve band dance at the
"' lor Inn, 10851 Bis-
n B'vd Sunday at 8 p.m.
OHEV SHALOM 70S5 Bonita Dr. Or-
adox. Rabbi Phinaaa A. Webertran
SO
lEPhAHDIC JEWISH CENTER. 848
Collins Ave. Raooi Sadi Nanmiaa. 3"
YOUNG ISRAE- 0? HOLLYWOOD
(Orlhodox). ?)1 Stirling Rd. 53
MMMUUl
ISRAEL (Templi). 6920 SW 35th St
Conservative. R.ibbi Avrom Drazin
Cantor Abnhim Hester. 4S
NOMfSTfAO
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTE8i
183 NE Sth St. Conservative 51
Shore Unit Plans Luncheon
Meeting At Montmartre
Shore Unit of the Papani-
colaou Cancer Research Institute
will have a "let's get together"'
luncheon meeting at the Mont
martre Hotel Monday. Oct. 28.
at noon. Program will be a book
review by Sophie Primack en-
titled "All My Yesterdays" by
Edward G. Robinson.
Hostesses will be Mn. Saul
Feltzen. Mrs. Murray Goodmin,
Mrs. Sidney Ritterman. Mrs.
Myrna Bloom and Mrs. Lillian
Sokolsky. Reservations may be
made by calling Lil Mahoney,
Wrs. Alexander Kogan is presi-
dent.
Demo Women's luncheon Set
The Democratic Women's Club
of Dade County was to hold its
regular monthly luncheon meet-
ixg Thursday noon at the Miami
Woman's Club. 1737 Bayshore
Dr. A forum on getting out tho
vote will be featured. Both D m
ocratic and non partisan nomi-
nees have been invited to attPnJ
Retirees Meeting Tuesday
Retirees of New York District
No. 63 will hold their regular
monthly membership meeting
at 1 n m. Tuesdav in the Ameri-
can Savir.gs & Loan. 1200 Lin-
coln Rd Miami Beach.
alSSaiaiatvs^tJaav y * I
CANOLELIGHTING TIME !
2 HESHVAN 6:31
01
I
American Red Magen Da\id
Elects Coleman President
Miami Beach civic leader David
Coleman has been elected Flor-
id itate president of th? Ameri-
can Rod Magen David for Israel,
the orzani/ation which supports
Israel"; official Red Cross serv-
ice.
Celcman is the foamer presi
dent of the Miami Beach and
Greater Miami chapters of the
American Red Magen David for
1 el, which have raised funds
tram ft Uth Florida Jewry for
more than 50 ambulances since
the Six-Day War of June. 1967.
Coleman will work closely with
the state chairman Samuel Rein
hard, also of Miami Balds, in
developing activities throughout
Florida for th" Red Magen David
organization. The agency has
just launched a drive to raise
$5 million for a new blood bank
in T>1 Aviv. Israel.
Coleman. a national leader for
several Jewish and Israeli
causes, is a member of the na-
tional hoard of the Amei i
Red Magen David for Israel
Former ""ongre-sman Emanuel
er of New York, longtime
chairman of the H rase Judi
Committee is national chairman
of the Red Magen David.
Coleman is a member of the
national board of governors of
the Israel Bonds Organisation
and was personally awarded the
Israel Victory Medal by Prime
Minister Yitzhak Rabin of Israel
at a Chicago Israel Bonds din-
ner.
He and Mrs Coleman donate I
an underground shelter and first
aid station in Ashkelon. Israel,
through the Red Magen David,
both facilities in memory of his
mo'h'-r Anna Blau Cohen.
Coleman is the recioient of "!
Jewish National Fund's highest
honor, the Keter Shm Toi
Award (Crown of a Good Name)
A forest of 100,000 tree; is plant
ed in the names of David an 1
Davida Coleman in Ketsllott
Z:on Israel, under the auspice-
of the JHF.
Former chairman of the board
and president of Colemao Cahl>
& Wire Co.. he plaved a key ro'e
n securing strategic materials
for Isra"i during its 1948-40 W
DAVIC COlfMAV
of Liberation He ,>,,; cocho-l
man of the Material for bm
Organization from 1943 to 198,1
and received a Lai brail
award from the Zahal Israeli
Defense Forces n 1953 ij|
services render m
He headed ei in "il
Chicago area I : the Jerjl
Federation, Unil :;|
pea! and Israel Bonds hefe
moving here five
served as chairman of the bod
of governors of v
Temple Har Z;or in Chicago ai
was a member
governors if (i ittl ;h Memodl
l!o;ri;al there.
Coleman was .
Community Chest
Sco.its eamr'-i and
considered one of TV i \
ing speakers for ohilanthropi
cau-es in the -
D irrrg the Y m K '"ir Wj
a year ago <~ !em in Rein'isr)
and Miami B?ac! ?M Ma2
I chapter pre I Howari
Kaufman set uo or j
s-.:cc''s^f;i! fin raising
paipns in th for
Israeli Red Cr
Pl ite he idd I r II
R->d Magen David ir -
a*, the Greater Miami Hebn
Academy.
Children Of Low Income Families
Eligible For Free Lunches At Hilhl
a*J^^W^*a%WWM t'Vs^A^ws ww^\
Children from low income
families are eligible for free or
reduced price school lunches.
Hillel Community Day School's
principal. Rabbi Albert Mayer-
feld. has announced.
The lunch programs are
operat-d by the U.S. Department
of Agriculture, in coopera'.iirt
with the Dade County School
Board.
Under guidelines established
by the US DA., for a family of
four to he eligible for free
school lunches, total income can-
not exceed $4,510 annually. For
a family of four to obtain re-
duced price meals, total family
income cannot exceed $7,890
Families not meeting these
criteria, but with other expenses
* to unusually high medical
expenses housing costs in excess
of 30 percent of income, special
education expenses due to the
mental or physical condition of
a child and disaster or casualty
loases are urged to apply.
Application forms are being
sent to all homes in a letter to
parents Additional copies ar
available at the principal's office
at the Hillel Community Dav
Scho'l. The information orovid
ed oi the application i con-
fidential and will be used only
for the purpose of determining
eligibility. ApDlications may be
submitted at any time during the
year.
In certain cases, foster chil-
dren are also eligible for these
benefits. If a family has foster
children living with them and
wishes 11 appl!
for them, it should conl
school.
In the operati ir child
ing programs, n
discriminated aga nsl because
rac. sex, color, or
origin.
i ader the ore uu of *
policy Mar ha l Ba'tuch. t*t
live director. !*
tiooi and determine eligibly
If a parent is dissatisfied "
tin ruling to t' h* W
make a reque-' either oriW
in writing to Rabbi Albert W
erfeld. 21288 B "ri' "'
North Mian" Fh,r'
38060, for a hearing to ap
the decision The doucv coff
an outline of the b
ure.
icrtl
The Hillel C immunity
School office has a

I
complete poliej **3
reviewed by any W
party.
HypnodonticsGessy'sW
Ernest F. 0W. -!
i)ad Ethical Hypnosb ,
ter. will sneak to the *"
Reach Dental &iW >"
Oct. 23. at the Embers ^
rant, according to in- .
Golden, nrogram -hairma".,,
topic will be "HyP"^^'0,^
e'uding aspects of aree
onditi*
mgr^racTical dftce sroced"
and sef hypnosis <" V* f*
The cocktail -hour begins a
p m.; dinner is served at


Friday, October 18, 1974
*Jenisti Tkridliairi
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""*.
MIITON GAYNOK
M/CN4C1 G0LDST1 M
Gavnor, Goldstein Chairing
Beth Sholom Dinner Oet- 27
Hilton M. Gaynor ha? been
Ichofpn a? i hairnaan and Michael
|b Galdstein as eochalrman of
Beth Sholom
Of State which
I Sunday. Oet. 27,
[at the Eden Roc Hotel. Dr. Leon
lal leader of the
. :. congregation, has
[announced
Gayni r, chairman of the board
I, '. Sholom. is presi-
6 Company, a
trance agency,
I vice-president of
I in Federal Savings
J Association and a
I,. -...* -.,. Nation-
1 '
a : 'if -he Advisory
I rate: Miami
| the board and
I -. ning Dis
I >~ at F
College. He formerly served on
the Advisory Council of the
Small Business Administration.
Goldstein, a senior partner of
Goldstein. Co via. Beer & Parnes.
a Miami accounting firm, is a
member of the American and
Florida fnsl lutes of Certified
Public Accountant';. He is a cs-t
president of the Pi Lambda Phi
Alumni Association of South
Florida.
A director ,'.! Temple B th
Sh G tein is ; a
of th( Great* i diami
A nting Dh n
ar-d sen >s on the Isri
Advisory Coi
- S Knopke. president of

wife. Helen. 11 I
th S
1st ai onds have
recipii
Sholem Lodge 1024, Bnai BYith
El qU Kfiiiirth Hofinum PivsmI Kenm c Hoffman, local
r (ecutivi and attorney.
Mas d president of
I 1024, B'nai B'riih
i is a vice presi
| ie Federal Savings
I Loan A > iation and an as
I th< law firm of Pallot
I] in, and Slotniek
iHi a Doctor of Jurlapru-
troni Vanderbilt
I and a Bachelor's
I Hinting from Michi-
1 11 ity.
.- recently named
| i : the District
art I Florida coor
he District Young
I Ittee.
Dr S Neidich, Hoffman's'
. i Mas been a high-
I i 'nal B'rith official for
I and is presently
a member of the
Supreme Lodge. B'nai
[ B >ard of Governors.
Li ; e, was estabilsh-
KENNE1N S.HOfFMAN
ed in Miami i>iii to World War
II. and is engaj ed in interfaith
programs, religious education,
community services, youth train
ing. and aid to Israel.
Current Israeli Polities' Is
Dr. Martin Greenl>eifs Topic
I Israeli Politics" will
the -iibject for the lecture
the Temple Israel of Greatei
>' < nfleld Series Sunday
ig at 10 o'clock when Dr.
pfartin Greenberg appears as
*e guest ipeaker.
Dr. Greenberg, chairman of
P" D rtment of Political Sci
ence at Florida International
Jniversity, will be the second
weaker on the important cur-
rent political issues which will
e feat mod during the first
fnonth ol the Greenfield Series.
Dr. Greenberg, whose expertise
"1 <'"mparative Politics and in
Inteinational Political Processes,
"l relate the Israeli experience
the upcoming American elee-
in November.
lecture tickets are
1,1 at the door as well as
US for the entire se-
les- Which began last week.
Pepper Proposes
Amendment For
Long-Term Care
WASHINGTON Congress-
man Claude Pepper (D-Fla.) has
the Medicare Long-
'.- to assure ade-
care for the millions of
Americans fi">m
chronic and disabling illn is
In legislation introduced to
amend the Social Security Act,
he proposes that long-term care
(s be provided without
tional charge to all those
covered by the supplementary
medical insurance program of
Medicare and. in addition, to
aged, blinde and disabled Ameri-
cans covered by the supplemen-
tal security income program.
Pepper's legislation would en-
courage the creation by the
states of community long-term.
care centers which would assist
in the provision of a variety of,
long-term care sen-ices, includ-
inc: (1) home health services.'
(2) homemaker services, (3) j
nutrition services. (4) compre-1
hensive long term institutional'
care services. (5) day care and j
ter home services, and (6)1
community mental health center
outpatient services.
Ren! Estate Classes At
Ba-ry College Rescheduled
The Barry College Bu-
: has '; the
Oct. 1 N of Real Estate,
i I. i ssi i an nov slated
to begin Oct. 22 continuing

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chairman; Charles Rosenblatt, president of tha sponsoring
Temple Emanu-El Men's Club and Murry Koretzky, commit-
tee cochairman. Patrons of the series, which will salute the
35th anniversary of the founding of tha Miami Beach con-
gregation, are being enrolled now under the leadership of
Schantz and Koretzky.
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Friday. October 18, 1974
Zionist Affairs Chairman To Pcop,c wlthout Par,ncrs
Address Hadassah Luncheon
I Mrs, High) Salpeter.
foal Zionist Affairs chair-
man tor Hadassah, will bo the
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Phone 324-1855
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Ha lassah Bond With Israel
Luncheon, held under the aus-
plces of Israel Bonds, Is Augusta
i Mrs. Emanucl) Mentz, presi-
dent of the Miami Beaeh Chap-
ter, who will receive the Woman
of Valor Award.
"People without Partners" In-
vites single, widowed or di-
vorced persons between the ages
ot 30 and 50 to join them foi
services every Friday night at
8:30 p.m. and for coffee and
conversation afterwards at thi
Do-Drop Inn at Temple Beth
Am. 5350 North Kendall Dr.,
Miami. People without Partners
is a non-profit group sponsored
by Temple Beth Am.
MRS. HIGH Mlffftl
i Hadassah Bond-Wlth-Is-
: on .-'.! the Fontaine-

cording to Milton M. Parson,
r : the Greater
anization.
A me :-
. rd or I lad ssi i, Mrs.
-c. vi < on the I
ttee ind is a past nation-
al \ i esi lenl She I mei ly
...: .- multancously in two
lajoi i i; ac ties as national
retary and national member-
lip chairman.
Mrs. Salpeter is a national
Ice president of the American
Zionist Federation, and is a
ember of the Zionist General
ouncil of the World Zionist
Movement, sue also serves on
the Executive Committee of the
National Conference for Soviet
ry.
A frequent visitor to Israel.
Mrs. saltpeter has been a dele-
gate to five Zionist Congresses.
She is a member of Hadassah's
National Speakers Bureau and
has aeti d as Conference Advisor
to almost all 30 Hadassah Re-
jinns.
Final Field In Classic To
Be Decided Saturday Night
The final field in Flaglcr Dog'
Track's SI 00.000 International
Classic, the world's richest grey-
hound race, will be determined
Saturday ni.tht with the running
of the third and last semi-final
round.
Only 24 dogs remain in com
petition for the $37,500 first
place prize and only eight will
SQrvive Saturday's semi-finals to
advance to the championship
Saturday night. Oct. 26.
Wholesale Distributors of
Stone Pledge^ To Set Attendance
Record In United States; Senate
"1 will be there when you
need mc."
That is the pledge being made
statewide by Democratic U.S.
Senate nominee Richard (Dick)
Stone, now campaigning for the
Nov. 5 general election.
Stone s;iid that he will not be
an absentee legislator and as a
IS Senator "he will be there"
for all the votes on the floor.
"I plan to set a Charlie
Bennett' record in the United
Senate." Stone promised.
He was referring to U.S. Rep.
Charles Bennett of Florida, who
did not miss a House vote In
17 year-,
"I won't duck away from
votes I will vote on all the
issu budget, health c ue,
national define, and the many
other issues that face our Con-
n today," Stone said.
"Put sincerely: I will be there
. you need mc," said Stone.
who won the Oct. 1 runoff elec-
tion for the Democratic nomina-
tion and now faces a Republican
opponent on Nov. 5.
"This is one of the most im-
portant government positions in
the land. It requires a man of
proven governmental experience.
a man of proven commitment to
good government, and I have
shown my commitment during :i
long period of governmental e\
perience." Stone said
Stone, who is 46, served a=
( itj Attorney .if Miami. Statl
Senator, end Florida Secretarj
of state II" resides in Tallahas
s i'. I Ircn
"As Secretarj of State, I had
rnor, the
!> --i |at i co:d on tii
net. I
of vote-. I did t'-ot avoid anj
votes I was tii "' the
people of I II i needed
lS I ::: d Stat Seni I" li1
1 will be there Alien you need
me Stone said.
Rep. Dubbin Is Breakfast Guesl
"Accomplishments of the Flor-
ida Legislature" will be the topic
of discussion at the Brotherhood
Breakfast Forum Sunday at 9:30
l.m. in Temple Beth Am's Youth
lounge.
Featur -d speaker will be State
Rep. Murray Dubbin, a member
of the Florida House for the
past 12 years. As chairman of
the powerful House Ways and
Means Committee, he is probably
the most qualified person to dis-
cuss the work of our Florida
lawmakers.
Brotherhood br\ikfa-l speaker
for Nov. 17 will be Dr. Soia
Mentschikoff, Dean of Law. Uni
versify of Miami. He will speak
on the topic "Ethics and the
Profession of Law
Dancers Volunteer Services
In Support Of Miami Ballet
Due to a back Injury, Edward
Villella will not be able to par-
form at the Miami Ballet gala
benefit. Saturday at Qusman
Hall, but to show his support of
the company he will make an
appearance at the performance.
Dancers from the New York
City Ballet. American Ballet
Theatre, Chicago Mallet, Hark-
nan Ballet and from the late
National Ballet have volunteer-
ed their services in auppoi t of
the Miami ISallet Co.
Among those involved in the Temple Beth Am planning
meeting where arrangements were finalized for the tem-
ple's Nov. 23 Israel Bonds event were, from left, (sected>
Mrs. Abe Eisenmcn, Mrs. William Baros. Mrs. Ronald Up-
ton and Mrs. Bernard Goodman; (standinq) Mrs. Monroe
Zipp and Mrs. Gerald Schwartz.
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*Jenil> fhridliiann
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Cantor Zvi Adler To Appear At
Saturday's Histadrut Dinner
l Atller, canlor of Temple
U.EI will present a concert
n01 of the 51st anniversary
, {he Isel Histadrut Cam
p, 8t (he annual Histadrut
p'p-c'r Saturday at the Fontain*
b,',.'.., Hotel Cantor Adler will
jj con .; lied to Miami's moat
inJl,ng musical director.
Shi uel iVr-hko.
i lunccmenl of Cantor
, nee was mad by
! Kronish. honorary
: the Israel Histadrut
md Sloe Levin, din-
i.in.
... occasion of Its 51st
, ., .. the council will
Max and Sarah Glelber
their devotion and
to the health, educa-
and welfare programs oi
II IbUdrul in Israel.
rdechai Shalev, minister for
Israel t'1 the United States and
f,i- er Israeli Ambassador to
I and Council General of
l.o' Angeles, Calif., will deliver
a key addreM on the Middle
K. :."
Inc Cordon, director of the
II tadrut Campaign and coor
, nr of the dinner. announce tna tickets are still available
naj bo obtained at the Hifr
:, it office In the Barnett
l'... k Bid?, at 420 Lincoln Road.
Su.:e 3 _____
IJCongress
Chapters
CAXTCR ZVI ADlfR
Bernard B. Jacobson, national
executive vice president of the
National Committee for Labor
Israel will renort on the out-
standing activity of Kupat
Ilolim's 18 hospitals and 1.100
clinics strategically located
throughout Israel.
Rabbi Kronish. who recently
returned from Israel, will dis-
cuss the future role of the His-
tadrut in Israel and the United
States.
Scholar To
Visit Miami
Twenty-three Israeli intellec-
tuals will spend two weeks in
American Jewish Communities,
as participants in the annual
Scholars -in-Residencc program,
sponsored jointly by the Ameri-
can Zionist Youth Foundation
and the American Zionist Fed-
eration. .
The program will span four
months, with the first scholars
arriving in lale October, and the
last few leaving In early Feb-
ruarj. "Scholars-in-Resldence"
was initiated in 1972 and has
been considered successful by
the participating communities, as
well as the Israeli scholars.
While >!i his host community,
the scholar will give concent rat
ed exposure to matters of Jewish
interest and to concerns of Is-
rael
Scholars in residence will In-
clude Charles Liebman, sociolo-
gist, scheduled to visit Miami.
Liebman is the son of Sey-
mour B. Liebman, book review
editor of The Jewish Floridian.
Town Hall Meeting Set
The Women's Centers of Miami
will hold the fourth Town Hall
meeting to present new by-laws
and elect officers ar.d a lmard of
directors at the YWCA Satur-
day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bring
your own lunch: child care is
available.
Tay-Sachs Testing Scheduled At
Temple Or Olom Sunday From 10-3
eeting
i iter, Floi id i Worn-
American Jewish
I ii.s first
Me new > i ar Mon-
si Winsl in Tower
7 V 251-174th St., Ml-
i will fe iture the
iremivre si* Ing '!
entary film "Otit <>i
a stor>' of the past,
: m md future of Russian
i i nelghboi' are In-
I 'lend thLs meaningful
aft< rn
ft ft
. stine Chapter \% ill liold its
regular monthly meeting Thurs-
day, f>t. 24, at 1 p.m. in the
A erican Savings & Loan Aaso-
n's Community Room, 1200
Lincoln !M.. Miami Beach.
Featured, on, the program will
bi the premiere* Miami Beaoh
.showing "of the documentary
tilm "Otfi of Bondage." Narra-
tion is time by Theodore Bikel.
world lamed artist and co-chair-
man, Anierjcan Jewish Congress
National Governing Council.
Friend* and neighbors aie in-
vited to atend.
ft
Miami-Coral Gables Chapter
will hold its regular monthly
meeting Thursday. Oct. 24. at,
12:30 p.m. in the First Federal
2750SW32nd St. (Coral Way).
Miss Penise Lipson. Miami
Chapter Brandeis Camp Institu-
te scholarship recipient will be
the guestj speaker.
Friend*, and neighbors are'
welcome^
Louise \\i-e Chapter Will hold
it.- fii-st monthly meeting <>f the '
season > i new place: Temple
Beth Shojsjm Youth Center, ad-
'' i '..Temple Beth Shalom,
1 sd ,;" (let 24, at noon.
I ich u Ut lie served.
The program will feature in- I
iiouajt new officers. Guest
ei *::] te'joe Yanich. ex-
frectot South East Be
\-: eiirari^Vewish Conjfress,
lor the meeting are ;
trman, Sabir.a Jay and
I trude Klein,
A Tay Sachs disease testing
jitc will be in oocration at
Temple Or Olom, B755 SW 16th
Si -in-.il> '>< tweeti ''''
ol bi a m an I :! p m The test-
- open to the public.
Miami's Taj Sachs disease
; program, conducted with
the cooperation >f the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and
Mounl Sinai M dical Cent.
being sponsored by the I nivcr-
sit) of Miami Department of
Pediatrics and the Mailman Cen
ler for child Development.
Tay-Sachs disease, a brutal
killer Of infant-;, is 100 times
more common amons Jewish
children than among the general
population. It i-; an inherited
genetic disorder which causes
the progressive degeneration
and destruction of the nervous
system.
If both parents are carriers of
the raj Sachs Rene, there is n
2.")'! chance that any child they
produce will be a Tay-Sachs
child. Then' is no treatment or
cure for Tay-Sachs; anj child
born with the disorder will die
within three or four years.
All Hade County re-idents arc
urged to visit the Tay-Sachs
testing site at Temple Or Olom.
Rabbi Bidilick To Host Radio Show
Beginning Sunday morning,
Rabbi Dov Bidnick of Sky Lake
Synagogue will host hi> own
program called "Judaism
Speaks" on WQAM AM 560
fiist on your dial. It will be
tired from 6:00 to I:1j a.m. and
will include guests from the
Jewish community, sermonettes
and Chassidic and Israeli music.
Skv Lak- Synagogue an-
Goldberg Presenting Plon
Barton S. Goldberg, president
ol the Miami Beach Chamber ot
Commerce, was to present the
Chamber's plan for the redevel-
opment of the South Beach area
from Sixth Street South, to
Dr. and Mrs. Dennis To Be
Honored At Hillel Dinner
The Hillel Community Day
School will hold its .'ilth annual
"Scholarship Fund Dinner-
Dance" in honor of Or. and Mrs.
Joel Dennis Saturday evening,
Nov. 2, at the Diplomat Hotel.
Chairmen for the evening are
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Seheck
and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert 11
The Dennises, parents of thir-
teen children, are founders of
Hillel. They conceived the idea
of a Day School to serve the
North Dade-South Broward area
and have been devoting their ef-
forts to it ever since.
Dr, Pem-is was founding pres-
ident of the school and pre-
is chairman of the Building
Fund, and Mrs. Dennis is chair-
man of registration for Hillel.
Dr. Dennis serves on the board
of the Greater Miami Jewish.
Federation on the Committee on
Jewish Education, Culture and
Religion and the Sub-committee
for Day Schools. The Dennises
are members of Beth Torah
Congregation and Young Israel
of Greater Miami.
The Hillel Scholarship Dinner
Is an annual event to help pay
lor the Grant-in-Aid program
which allows a greater number
of children to receive a fine reli-
gious and secular education.
The Schecks and the Golds
have planned an elegant evening
beginning with cocktails and
hms d'oeuvres from S:00 9:00
p.m. followed by dinner, dancing
to the music of Ted Mai tin and
his orchestra, and entertain-
ment.
Mi. Seheck, president <>f Hi -
lei, servi s on the boai I ol Beth
Torah C mgregation. Mrs.
Seheck, a trustee of Hillel PTA.
served as PTA vice president Eoi
three years. Currently she Ifl
Ways and Means vice president
of the Barbara Haven Biscayne
Cancer League-
Mr. Gold, vice president ol
Budget and Personnel for Hjjlel,
i- also active in the North Dado
B'nai B'rlth Lod -c. Mrs, Gol I
devotes her time to Hillel help
in': in every i-.i- acity.
The chairmen urge ar
v. ishin ; to s pport Torah I
tion to call t'.: school office to
e reservations f": the ga i
i nim;.
'Kitchen Shower' Featured
At Sisterhood's Meeting
The Slstei hoo I i t Te
Adath Yeshur n 1025 NE
ami Gardens I >r, turin .- a
coml ination "Kitchen Shi
and "Plant Party" at its neral
meeting Wednesdav at 8 p.m.
(lonti ibutions ol cash oi -tamp
books to help stock the new
kitchen are solicited. The art "t
Indoor landscaping ami the care
of house plants will l>e discussed
by an expert guest. Door prizes
will be awarded and refresh-
ments seived.
Jewish Holiday
Bus Tours Set
The Sisterhood of Beth David
Congregation is sponsoring its
annual Jewish Holiday Bus Tour
of Jewish homes next week.
The bus leaves Beth David
South. 7500 SW 120th St., at
10:00 a.m. Wednesday lor a tour
of designated homes at which
foods, symbolic of the Jewish
Holidays will be served.
A list of the holidays noted in-
clude Suceoth, at the home of
Mrs. Jerome Shevin; Is'-ae! In-
dependence Day at the home of
Mrs. Sidney Silverman; and
Shavuoth at the home of Mrs,
Arnold Braun.
The commentaries will be giv-
en by Mrs. Sol Landau, Mrs.
Nathan Glover an Mai
\in Rose, the E lu< I iiec-
i ir of Beth Da 5o ith.
!' n res '! vati con tat i Mi *.
Ka s or Mrs. 1 eille Al-
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noun, es the dedication of an ,
Aron Kodeah (Holy Arki built
by Abe Panzer and dedicated by
Mr. and Mrs. Alois uevine.
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Yeshiva Day School of North
Miami Beach will sponsor a Me-'
lave Meikah in honor of the two \
new North Miami Beach rabbis,
Rabbi Zev Leff and Habbi Dov|
Bidnick. Saturday night.
Mayor Harold Rosen and the en-
tiie Miami Beach City Council.
Thursday at 7:00 p.m. in the .
Cypress Room, which is located i
in the south end of the Miami
Beach Convention Hall. The pub- j
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At the dedication of Levy House are (from
left) Illinois Lieutenant Governor Neil F.
Hartigan; Joseph L. Gidwitz, president of
Chicago's Council for Jewish Elderly; Dr.
Robert S. Levy, Harry (Hap) Levy, and Rich-
ard Levy.
Rabbis. Students and High School
Officials To Hear Rabbi Leifman
Rabbi Morton M. Leifman.
associate director of Community
Education and dea.n of Seminary
College of Jewish Music at the-
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America, will be meeting with
South Florida Rabbis. Judaica
School students at Con-
servative Congregations, officials
of secular high schools, in Dade
County, and university students
of th<> Hillel Foundation of the
University of Miami next week.
Rabbi Leifman will discuss the
program of the Seminary College
at the monthly meeting of the
South Florida Rabbinical As-
sembly Thursday morning. Oct.
24 al the Dora] Hotel. Miami
Beach.
11, w\ 1 also describe the com-
bined program of Jewish Studies
at the Jcwi>h Theological Sem-
inary and Columbia and Barnard
University to high school stu-
dents at Temple Emanu-El. Beth
David Congregation. Congrega-
tion B'nai Raphael and Temple
Menorah.
A luncheon meeting of prin-
cipals and guidance counselors
of Miami Beach High, North
MiEmi High, Norland. North
Miami Beach High. Coral Gables
High, and Palmetto High will be
held Thursday. Oct. 24. at Beth
Adult Classes
To Begin Monday
Temple Beth Moshe will begin
its program of Adult Jewish Stu-
dies Monday under the direction
.f Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel.
Courses are offered for two se-
mesters of eight weeks each,
and are open to the community.
Mrs. LeRoy Weiner will teach
an 8 to 9 p.m. class in "Hebrew
As A Living Tongue." Two other
classes will meet at the same
time: "Jewish Life Through the
Eyes of Jewish Authors, taught ]
by Jules Einhorn, and "The
American Jewish Community,"
with Sidney Weiner as instruc-
tor.
Rabbi Gorfinkel's class, called
"Conversation With the Rabbi,"
will meet from 9 to 10 p.m. and
will deal with the ideas which
have sustained the Jewish people
and their relevance to the pres-
ent times. Further information
may be secured by calling the
temple office.
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David Congregation to aid them
in advising students of the com-
bined program.
Rabbi Leifman will also be
meeting with university students
who are interested in careers
in Judaica or music.
Rabbi Leifman recently return-
ed from Jerusalem where he was
director of the Jewish Theolo
gical Seminary's Student Center
for four years. He has just as-
sumed his position at the Sem-
inary.
The program in Miami is being
coordinated by Rabbi Seymour
Friedman, executive director of
United Synagogue of America
Southeast Region.
Brotherhood Of
Temple Beth El
To Install Slate
The Brotherhood of Temple
Beth L'l will install officers at a
dinner at 6:30 Thursday evening.
Oct. 23, in the temple's Tobin
Auditorium, 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Rabbi Harvey M. Rosenfeld
will install officers and board
members, including Leo J. Salz-
stein, president; Harry Finer.
executive vice president; Harry
Prussack, vice president; Sam
K treasurer; Dr. A. David
Smith, secretary.
The board members are I
Davis. Irving Duskin. Silas Geis-
mann, Louis Goldstein, SI Iney
Hiatt, Max s. Jacobaon, R.
Mitchell Lewis. Jack Masket, Al-
freti Mazzai ino, Wilhelm W.
Meister, Harry Prussack, Ed-
ward Rose, Wolf Rosenblum,
Martin Roseno, Joseph Rossman.
Louis Sahm, Alexander Sax.
Joseph Shmelzer. Dave Weis-
berg. Jack C. Wolff. Irving H.
Green and Charles S. Wolfe.
A plaque honoring Milton Ja-
cobs, past president, will be pre-
sented; Harry Finer, executive
vice president, will serve as
master of ceremonies, and Rab- I
bi Samuel Z. Jaffe will give the
invocation.
Entertainment will be pre-
sented by Cheryl Taylor and
company, famous song and
dance team, plus an outstanding
piano virtuoso.
Because of limited facilities,
reservations must reach the I
temple no later than Friday.
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House' One Of Three
'Lev v
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Buildings For Chicago Aged
CHICAGO The Counci
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al Levy
1221 W
10.
"Levy House" is named in
Ruth I
made it 1 ossible E h
chase
The el '
one-be trtments.
Other : lings ted at
the Sept. 10 were
CJE's Farwell House, 1420 w.
Farwell and Jarvto H tuse, it
.v. Jarvis. These bull
have a total ol si one-be
and studio a] artn ents. iney
were ;> irehased in !9T_' at-:
ted with fur Is t ivi led
through the Federal Housing
Authority.
Dr. Levy flew from Miami to
Chicago for the ceremonies with
his sons, Harry ("Hap") and
Richard. Dr. Levy practiced in
Chicago before his retirement.
and was active for many years
i:i the affairs Of the Jewish Fed-
eration of Metropolitan Chicago.
The Council for Jew h
is a Federation affiliate.
Dignitaries at the ceremonies
Incl ided Joseph L. Gidv tz,
presi lent of CJE
president of the Jewish F
tion of Metro) olil in Chic 1 s >;
Sidney J Hess, Jr., current Fed-
eration 1 resi lent; James P.
Federation ex 1 live ''<<'
pn dent; Lt G iv. Ni
Kan; State Sena!": Esther
eistein; State Re; reset I
Arthur L. Berman, Howard Car-
roll and James P. Mi 'ourt. and
Aide mai
"We lee: that the dedlcati >n
of 1
forward toward <
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that the
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k *hi siica
and 'gal sen ices inspor-
in to nearby CJE Ser e
Federation's
i munit ters
I,,,. tm -'
neede 1 icti' Ities; Exe live di-
rector of CJE la Rons Weis- '
mehl.
Help Given
To Bereaved
The Society of the Compas-
sionate Friends, an intern.,
organization offering fri":
and understanding to bereaved
parents, is beginning
year of operation in Florida ind
the United States.
Founded in England in 1959
by Rev. Simon Stephens, and
grown to over 40 branches'
throughout the extend of the
British Isles, the S icietj
ized its Hrst U.S, branch in
South Florida in October
The Society brings
on a nurely volun' ir basis, be-
reaved parents who ha'
children, from whatever
and offers th?ni the frie
and understanding that can be
offered only' by those wh 1 have
suffered comparable loss
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First Residents Move Into
Rossmoor Coconut Creek
t*.
The first group of residents of
Rossmoor Coconut Creek, the
: planned adult community
I'ompano Beach, have
! into their homes in the
Village section of the
55(i".mit devplnnment.
Ton families have now moved
into Bahama Village. According
',uter. ail 304 of the
- i i thai construction
srheduled for oceupan-
i |-January, almost one
that the devtlop-
HMd to sales.
., ;i,il 'move-ins" were
Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Gean. for-
Rockville, M from the U.S. Army in
I from the Atomic
emission in 1973. He
I years in the Army.
- .i lieutenant-colonel.
it Creek Mayor Clark H.
r gave Mr. and Mrs.
i key to the city, and
vice president Dick
Cartel pave them their apart-
key during an informal
any in front of their new

When completed, there will be
than 10.000 residents of
the total environment commu-
ni-. -ection.
< at the master-planned
Ml devclipment for
adults only, have rcach-d S5.3-
million, not. according to La.rv
a ea and marketing vice
president,
All Rossmoor residents must
oe 21 or over, and one m-mhor
of the resident family must be
M or older.
Sales began in mid-January at
Rossmoor, located at Florida
Turnpike exit 24 and State Road
814. near Pompano Beach.
Rossmoor has apartments
available in five floor plans,
from studios t> three bedrooms,
two baths. Prices range from
WO ; no i. -
national lease and no gn md
lease,
Bahama Village, the first con-
struction phase, has 20 two-story
villas and a total of 304 residen-
ces. First resident: have moved
in: all units are scheduled for
occupancy by Jan. 15. Uchin
said.
The communitv has at 18-hole
polf course, a S1.7 million re-
reation complex, extensive se-
cur.ty and health services, and a
comput-.-ri7ed communications
system. The picturesque develop-
ment will be enclo-ed within a
6-ft. high white masonry se-
curity-and-privacy wall. Admis-
sion will be by invitation and
tification only.
Temple Menorah Shabbaton For
Ninth Graders Begins Fridav
"! norah High School
] tmenl will opvn \\ ith the
: over loo young-
, ecialized program
: : the modern Anier-
USY Confab
To Study
Synagogue
The biennial convention of the
Southeast Region United Syna-
gogue of America in Gatlinburg,
Tenn.. will focus on the syna-
le's responsibility to "reach
to those segments of the
membership which have been
in its eagerness to
service the all important need
of youth.
The synagogue acts as an
i which stimulates
chaagi filters and evaluates the
climate of the community.
i stablishea priorities for the
continual sustenance of the Jcw-
ish people.
But what of the singles, the
young marrieds, the older adults,
the family, women, and the col-
legito? They too have the need
enriched by the education-
al, emotional', and substantive
ispetjs of modern Jewish life
fofiid in the synagogue.
Henry Sender, of Nashville.
Tenn., chairman, and Sidney
Kaplan, of Atlanta, Ga.. co-
chairman, maintain that to retain
its basic purpose, the synagogue
widen its scodc and include
i r responsibilities both as
" nter for adult activities and as
ilant for more profound
sb living away from the
lie.
Thus the theme for the four-
convention from Friday to
Monday. Nov. 22 to 25 is 'The
Synagogue Reaches Out."'
Joseph Golden, North Miami
pr< sidenl of the region.
stated that synagogue delegates
from conservative synagogues
will participate in workshoos
minars dealing with the
and other matters related
igue life.
Rabbi Seymour Friedman, ex-
e director of the region,
- handling the program
and administration of the con-
vention, announces that many
personalities will be
Present.
(can enai ti \\ Gray,
i I
noun
mi t Ms.
Mira
P b im, which will be open for
8th through 12th graders, will
offer vaiied subjects ranging
Cram Jewish art c.asses of danc-
ing, needletioint, and arts and
crafts, and such basic subjects
as Birds Kye Views of Jewish
History. The Bible Revisited, and
Jewish Ethics For The Nuclear
Age.
All students will have the op-
portunity to choose clectives in
addition to the required subjects
assigned for each grade.
Rabbi .Mayer Abramowitz will
be the Instructor for the 10th
grade which is the Confirmation
Class at Temple Menorah, and
the 11th and 12th graders.
The 0th grade High School
students which comprise the
Pre Confirmation Class, will
participate in a special Shabba-
ton, a religious weekend, to be
held at the Dora] Country Club
this weekend under the leader-
ship of Rabbi and Mrs. Abra-
mow.'.
A complete program of reli-
gious, educational, and social ac-
tivity's will feature the Friday
through Sunday Shabbaton with
thi assistance of Mira Fraenkel.
the director of education at |
Temple Menorah. A unique por-1
tion of the Shabbaton will be'
the sunrise service Sunday morn-
ing conducted by the Rabbi with
the participation of all the 9th
grade; >.
Rabl i Seymour Friedman, ex-
ecutive director of the South
east Region, United Synagogue,
will be the resident scholar for
the weekend and will co-offi- !
elate at all religious services
with Rabbi Abramowitz.
The High School Program at
Temple Menorah is cosponsoivd
by the Central Agency for Jew-
ish Education.
Home's Auxiliary To Meet
The V, en's Auxiliary of the
v., h Hebrew Home for
the Aged will meet Wednesday
noon at the Delano Hotel, ac-
. Sarah Levin,
president Snack luncheon will
Le available.
New Smiley
Book Appears
The publication of "Yester-
day's Florida," by Nixon Smiley,
a sumptuous pictorial history ot
the state, has been published by
V Seemann Publishing, Inc..
of Miami.
Smiley, recently retired colum-
nist and reporter of The
Herald, and author i
dozen well-known books, ha
put together a kaleidoscope of
520 pictures covering the period
from di-coven- lo the tf.vis.
Sn II v covers every asp ct ol
the state North, Central, and
South Florida.
Leon J. Ell To Receive Award
During Joint Conference Here
I e m EH, civic and religious
le di r and philanthropist will b.>
v rded the coveted Honorary
Fellowship of the Hebrew 1 ii
ty of Jerusalem at a J >l it
rence on Waste v.
and Reclam I
sponsored by the American
Friend of th" Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem and the Uni-
vi :'y of Miami Sea Grant Pro-
gram.
The presentation will be made
during the Luncheon segment of
the all day conference next
Temple Israel Sponsoring Program
On Transactiona] Analysis Tnesdav
Dorothy Gullen and Dolly Fei-
genbaum will be at Temple Is-
rael of Greater Miami to lead a
ram entitled "An Exper.
i nee In Transai tionaJ Analysis"
Tuesday at vOO p.m.
There is no admission charge
foi the evening which is spon-
sored by Temple Israel's Chai
i Lifei Community as a public
service,
'1 he evening will serve as an
introduction to transactional
analysis and offer Interested
i ei ns an opportunity to i nroll
in further programs to be spon-
sored at Temple Israel of Great-
ami later in the yi ar.
ol a series focus-
ing on human relations, family
ent and overy
1 by Temple Israel. The
est in spiritual growth has
led to an entirely new dimension
In congregational life combining
the experiential effect along
with the traditional focus of
Study ar:.' worship.
Rabbi Barry Tabachnikoff has
been instrumental in helping
form more than a do/.en "chavu-
rot," mini communities, that
serve 88 a vehicle for learning
and doing. Projects have ranged
from alternative forms of wor-
ship, marriage eniichment and
ns( to family crisis to the
more traditional concerns of
holiday celebration, and study-
ing J* w I >h litei ature.
Anyone interested in learning
al oi t these programs
d contact Rabl i Barrj Ta-
nikoff at the temple.
Founders, Officers To Be Feted
Bv Emanu-Ei At Dinner-Dance
Nine of the original founders
an i offii ers of Temple Emanu-
El will be honored Nov. A at the
i Beach congregation's
Founders Pinner and Dance to
be held in the Friedland Ball-
room, 1701 Washington Ave.
Announcement of the honor-
eea was made by Mr. and -Mrs.
Irving Cowan, general chairmen
of the gala affair. There will be
no fund raising at the function
as the synagogue celebrates the
35th anniversary of its founding,
the Cowans stressed.
Those who will receive special
citations from Dr. Irving Lehr-
man, rabbi of Temple Emanu-EI,
include Mayer Frankel. Samuel
N. Friedland. Harry Sirkin, Jo-
seph M. Rose, Herman M. Berk,
Dr. Jack FalU. Mrs. Hymen Un-
man. Mrs. Nat Hankoff and Mrs.
K. AJIen Becker.
The nine men and women were
among 'hose who launched the
then Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter on its rapid growth from a
congregation without a perma-
nent home to the present Tem-
ple Kmanu-KI, which is not only
the largest Conservative congre-
gation in the South but one of
the outstanding synagogues In
the nation.
Frankel was the first presi-
dent, and Fiiedland. Sirkin and
Rose later assumed the top lay
position in the congregation. To-
day, Friedland serves as chair-
man of the board of Temple
Kmanu-El. with the others still
active in other key positions.
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro,
current president, urged all fam-
ilies who were active in the
early years to contact the tem-
ple oft ice.
Living With Aging Parents
Is Topic Of Discussion
"Living With Aging Parents"
Will be discussed by Edith Lord.
Ph.D. of the University of Miami,
at an open meeting Wednesday
in the Flamingo Ballroom. Stu-
dent Union Butldmg, University
of Miami, at 7:30 p.m.
Sponsors are the University of
Miami, the Commission on the
Status of Women and the Mental
Health Association of Dade
County. The public is invited.
Admission is free.
Wednesday at the Dupont Plaza
liotei, according to Harry A.
(Hap) Lev. president of the
LEON BU
Miami Chapter, American
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity.
Dr. Hillel Shuval. director,
Environmental Health Labora-
t Tv, Faculty of Medicine, He-
brew University, will make the
entation on behalf of the
Hebrew University.
The award is in recognition
for Mr. and Mrs Ell's numerous
gifts to the Hebrew I nivi
din the Alyce K, and Leon
J l II Ch ir in Environmental
nd Ecol igy. Dr. Shuval
is the occupant of the Cb.nr.
Ell, a retired lawyer, author
and columnist, is professor of
political science and a member
of the beard of trustees of Flor-
ida International University. He
has gen d > a member of the
White House Conference on Rcf-
- and, |s a member of the
U.S. Refugee Committee, rep-
resent* d the United States at
the Inter-Governmental Commit-
tee on European Migration at
Geneva in 1958.
He served as a member of
UNESCO, was state Republican
chairman for minorities from
1956 through 1962. was a dele-
gate to the national GOP con-
ventions in 1960 and 1968 and
served for two years as a mem-
ber of the national board of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations.
A past ore-dent and honorary
life president of Temple Beth
Sholom of Miami Beach. Ell has
served oi the boards of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion. Israel Roods. United Fund
of Bade County and the Mental
Health Association of South
Florida.
He is a member of the board
of the American Friends of the
Hebrew University's local chap-
ter and was chairman of the
Committee of Academic Spon-
sors for the Greater Miami unit.
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At the two parties Gloria and
Hi.-.Mini Schaiiln gave on -
Saturdaj evenings, amidst
the sumptuous Indonesian food
and decor, taik was mostly of
inflation. Buildera introduced
themselves as "newly retired."'
and lawyers discussed all the
bankruptcj cases they are handl-
ing .
Word is that James Ryder is
In trouble. He's preparing to sell
bis three million dollar yacht
and his homo on Arvida Park-
way in Gables Estates. Execu-
tives at Ryder Corporation are
also in trouble. Seems many ol
h n took t >ck in place of
do! ar bonuses, and Ryder stock
is way down .
Jerry Kaicher. Hialeab bank-
er, quipped that Aspen might he
a rood place to hide if things
I v iir-e M ire than 40 people
out Col trado come
.,i,..- ; .. me on the
Harriet Harris-Stanley Arkln
iois Jaj
;. ..,!. v I Judy W
.....P i Barr, I :
Howard Si i, I I .<
' Jr"i SOI h I. }'
I
; ane
j n.

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": n Sirkin
i. '. Brickman.
la, who love :
v ich as I, will
hunt ag up new and old ones
i ii v. l.imla's also taking
(>rol IPeln's patchwork quilt
t the i ity <>f Miami
with the aforementioned Carolyn
and Joan GalK'-tt and Margie
Klein. Along with vegetable
gardens, ti:i^ m j presage a re-
turn to the past .
Heard that Dick Stone was SO
convinced he would lose the
election for Slate Senator that
he almost left his headquarters
election eve before the returns
were announced .
The WAIT group (Women
Artist-, It* Time) had another
reshuffling because a radical
group had taken control. Now
they are planning more "usual"
activities like a Gypsy Fair on
Dee. 7. where all kinds of mem-
ber made crafts and goodies will
be Bold. That sounds worth going
to. ills* Greenstein, one of
WAIT'S most prominent mem-
ber--, had some of her work
shown at tht Portland Museum
in Maine.
Sad to hear that Brcnda
Shapiro's dad passed awaj two
weeks before son Johnny's Bar
Mitzvah .
Aaron Podhurat was elected
chairman of the Committee on
Airplane Litigation at a recent
'(invention of American Trial
Lawyers. His wife, Dorothy, is
now at Barry College majoring
in social work .
Mentioned that Donny and
Marci'2 Lofton were in the
Client but didn't mention that
u th them are Louis and Eileen
Silvennan.
Chifkee (hatter:
T Ik thai Floriaa Flamingos
1 Tennis Team
will >n the courts this
Ti mi lost .
.... ib at
intry I
i
. R i\ i! Palm's two
;., b r on' teams lots of
Sue Conn and Kami
I Palm's pro), an I
one ot the best women players
to come Into South Florida. Is
teamed with Phyllis Tipkia in
the oilier number one place
I Palm Is trying something
new this year with two strong
A teams. Doris Hart has been
seen on the courts, practicing
with Donna Fales (of the Flam-
ingos) and Karol Short .
Mike Oranaky is now in the
tennis lesson business. He's been
teaching at Erwin and Linda
Potash's home court .
League competition starts at
the end of October and then the
fights begin Anyway, tennis is
a great way to let off that extra
hostility wc all may be feeling
this year.
9-Jewist flcrid/fan
Billie Susan Wolinsky,
Jerrold Coff Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wolinsky
ortb Miami Bear-h announce
the engagement of their daugh-
; Me s aan, to Jerrold
Alan Coff, s'-n of Mrs. Shirley
O :; of Hallandale, and Martin
ol : hiiadelphia, Pa.
Miss Wolinsky Is a certified
liant and is now at-
tendin | I s le Community Col-
. orjrig .n Psychology.
Mr. Cofl [raduated from the
University of South Florida with
,i B '. degree in speech commu-
nications and political science.
I!o is now attending the West-
ern state University School "t
Law in San Diego, Calif.
A January wedding is planned.
Friday. October 18, 1974
Aviva Group Sponsoring An
Art Auction Saturday Night
Aviva Croup. Miami Chapter
of Hadassah, is sponsoring an
art auction at the Green Dol-
phin Restaurant. Miamarina.
Saturday at 8:30 p.m., with pro-
ceeds going to the Hadassah
Medical Organization. A 7:30
p.m. cocktail hour will precede
the auction conducted by Rich-
ard Reiser of The Art Scene.
11425 S. Dixie Hwy.
Some 150 original and signed
raphs, ol >tures and
bj 'h fan ous at -
tists as R ntla Dali Nci-
r, Rock-
N iti V isai 5 and
i. Bidding
i
t the 1
.
: or Rita
i
Sunshine, Chai Chapters
Announce Meeting Dates
s ".-111110 Ch rud B'rith
Women, will feature a book re-
view by Abraham Gittelson at
its meeting in tin- Washington
Federal, 699 NE 167th St., Tues-
day at 11':.'>.) p.m.
Chai Chapter chairman Mrs.
Flora Sinick has arranged a dou-
ble program at the Delano Ho-
tel Sunday, Oct. 27, featuring
Hillel and the R'nai B'rith
Youth Organization. Samuel
Pascoe. president of B'nai
B'rith's South Florida Advisory
Board, will l>e guest speaker, and
a group of. BBYO youth will de-
scribe its programs, followed by
a Cjuestion-and-answer period
and luncheon. Miss Helen Silver-
stein will preside.
i
Women community leaders from all over
Dade County are planning for "Federation
Tuesday" Nov. 26 at the Deauville Hotel.
The spectacular community education day.
sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Women's Division, will feature
multiple seminars on a variety of topics, a
luncheon and an address by special guest
David Susskind, noted TV personality and
producer. Among the leaders responsible
for producing the day are, from left to right,
(seated) Mrs. Michael Lipsky, chairman of
the event, Mrs. Morton Marcus, and Mrs.
Richard Levy, and (standing) Mrs. Ralph
Axelrod, Mrs. Marvin Stonberg, Mrs. Clif-
ford Marx, Mrs. Leonard Hayet, and Wom-
en's Division president Mrs. Harry B. Smith.
Sally Louise Richman Becomes
Bride Of Harry Gene Robbins
Salli Louise Rlchn an became
, of Harry Ge le Robbins
. :. .0 the Eden Roc
ii,.i, ;. Rabbi Joseph Gorflnkel
The bride, daughter "i Mr. and
Mrs. Howard .1. Richman. grad-
uated from North Miami Si n
,,, i;i -ii School and Miaml-Dade
Community Colle t
} ho bridi .room, sun of Mr.
and Mi's Leonard Hohbins. grad-
uated from Long island Unl
x, i and is presently associ-
ated with the City of North Mi-
ami Beach.
: i bridal part. Included maul
of honor Nina Naltali ami
; Sheryl Stein, best
man Steven Bobbins, usher Mi-
chael Robbins, grandparents Mr.
an I Mrs. William Begel. Mr.
Henry Silver and Mrs. Minna
Richman escorted by Warren
Richman. Stuart Hollender and
Richard Robbins kept the guest
bool
Out of tow i. guests included
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Winnick,
New] rt, l: I.: Dr. and Mr-.
Richard VVinnick and Miss Diane
Winnick. Columbia. S.C.; Mrs.
MKS. SALLY KOBB.'VS
Yetta I-rvinson, Baton R
La., and Mr. and Mrs. Nat
till and Mrs. Mad.....e Phi
,.| New York Oil;.
At;< a hone> moon in N.^--
sau, the couple r; reside in
Nc rth Miami Beach,
Elinor (Mrs. Larry) Weber is serving as chairman of the Oct.
26 art auction to be held in Temple Adath Yeshurun s social
hall at 8 p.m. Tha auction is being hosted by the local
chapter of the American Medical Center for Cancer Be
search and will include oils, graphics and lithographs from
the Howard Mann Art Center of Lambetoille, N.J.
-*<
Meetings Set By Pioneer Women
Golda Meir Chapter, Pioneer
Women, will hold its third reg-
ular meeting of the season
Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. in the
Washington Federal Bank. 1234
Washington An., Miami Beach.
Morris lliiler will entertain
the -roan with short readings of
Sholom Aleichem and other Jew-
Ish writers. Refreshments will be
served,
The Chanter plans a luncheon
and card party at Kncseth Israel.
1415 Euclid Ave.. Wednesday,
Oct. 30. at 12:30 p.m. Kathcrinc
Lippman. president, will preside.
Aviva Chapter will have a
Commanders'Qub To M
Michael Schechter, Past Com-
mander i' r the i'; at tment ol
Jew ish Wai Vetei ana ol
the i d States, ah I acting
chai] man of tiie Common lei
Club '-I 1-"!"-Ida, am nces that
the >.t me, ting will be held
Sundav at n a.m. in Cy*a Res-
taurant, 16355 West Dixie Hwy.,
North Miami Beach,
luncheon and card party !
Washington Federal Auditorium,
88S NE 10"7th St.. North Miami
Beach. Wednesday. Oct. 30. al
noon. Mrs. Dora Cohen, mem-
bership chairman is sponsoring
the luncheon: proceeds will
for the support of the children
of farad.
Club 2 Chapter will hold its
Brsl luncheon meeting of the
season. Monday at 12:80 p.
the Washington Federal, ]-'*
Washington Ave. An Israeli film
will follow. Hostess* and
tors arf Sally Greenberg, E
roff and Miriam Woll
[eel Sunday Morning
During this moetint. propo* j
B..-Lw for the nc\\l\ ft"
Ota* vi!l t**
rented for a] '
and i-rc-ei.t I
nian.i- r> are hwi* 'M'
,,,,,1 t. bring a gucat Reset
i be made In advance
with M Sengphl
300 Hear Cantor's Concert
More than 300 persona gath-
ered recently at the Victor Ho-
tel. Miami Beach, to hear a con-
cert by Cantor Bernard Helper,
who was a cantor in Buenos
Aires, Argentina, for 26 year--
During the performance Mr.
Hal m With the help e* R*vr''
end Harry Cahaa initiated a
successful drive on t*ha)f of the
Greater Miami Janata* Federa-
tions Istael Kmergcnry Fund.
:


Friday. October 18, 1974
*Jmlst) Flhrictiann
Page 9-B
Pictured at a recent mseting planninq a
Nov. 23 Temple B.-th Am event on behalf oi
Israel Bonds are from left, (seated) Bernard
Goodman, cl.airman of the T;mple Beth Am
Israel Bonds Committee, Leonard Lurin,
man of the Advisory Committee of the
. Max Dinisman, (left) program chairman for the day at
next Wednesday's annual membership petite luncheon
:.sor:d by the Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El, is shown
i Mrs. Richard Schwarz, Sisterhood president; Mrs. Louis
Kauser. membership vice president, and Mrs. Bruce Weiss-
rr.an, (right) one of the new members brought into the group
in its recent campaign to enlarge its membership.
JWVA Calendar
For Coming Week
Robert K. Fraiublau Auxiliary
Nn. Ill vill hold a Ward Party
the Veterans Hospital Satiir-
t 7:30 p.m. A regular meet-
ing of the Auxiliary will be held
,0 p.:n. Tuesday at Temple
. rael oi Miramax. Tessic Franz
; esident, will preside.
Col. David Marcus Auxiliary
No. ;4fi will have a teleeart
..iip Thursday. Oct. 24. at the
.:.-. Hospital.
West Miami Auxiliary No. 223
->.> to hold its monthly board
ing Thursday at the home
I barlotte Mittler. senior vice
dent, 10330 SVV 43rd St.
Coming Winter activities will be
discussed. Saturday. Oct. 26, an
appreciation dinner and enter-
tainment is planned at the Con-
quistador Hesturant in Coral
Gables honoring Past Po-t Com
manders Abe lsgar and Lou
Tuck. Reservations are bcins
accepted by Stan Cold.
Miami Heach No. 330 was to
celebrate the Golden Anniver-
sary of its president. Pauline
Lazarm and her husband. Her-
man, Thursday. An Aid to Israel
luncheon will be held Sundaj >'
I he home of Irene Coopermaii.
600 Shore Dr. ___
(Jrcat-r Miami Israel Bond Organization;
(standing) Morris Futernick, I. William
Ear a?. South Dade Israel Bonds chairman,
Monroe Zipp, Saul Genet and Dr. Reuben
Sorkin.
Comic Opera
Begins Dad"
School To::r
Groat
lion of I laetano
itr- i. opera
ance
of Da County public
at
.... i li-ii School
this week.
Warren Broomc, music admin-
istrator and chorusmaster of
I i n. v \'.\ conduct an
orehesti a |!
the production staged by Daniel
Duckworth, artistic director of
the Players Repertory Theatre.
The sets, costumes and light-
ing were desij nod by James Ri-
ll v and executed by Grove
Stagecraft of Miami. Hindi Pills-
bury, assistant technical admin-
istrator for the Association, is
serving as technical supervisor
for the project.
The In-school program, pre-
sented in coperation with Dr.
Howard Doolin, music consult-
ant for the Hade County public
school .system, is the first of its
kind in South Florida and will
introduce professional opera free
of chart;.' to at least WIOOO area
Students, according to Associa-
tion genera] manager Kobert
Herman.
Demo Women's Luncheon Set
For Hospital Research
Hawaii, the Paradise of the
Pa.ific. will come t<> Miami's
Dade'.and Mall when the Nation-
al Children's Cardiac Hospital
and Dadeland Mall hold their
second annual old fashioned
"Dance-A-Thon" from 5:30 p.m.
Fi lay, Oct. 25, until 1:30 p.m.
Saturday Oct. 26.
All monies derived from this
fund-raising event will go t'>-
wards research t<> give children
with growth problems a longer
inc. Businesses and Individuals
,, ,. needed t<> help support the
dancers by their pledges. For
;.,- information contact
i el Drilliek, Florence Fern, or
v i le Lipkins.
MBSSSSSSSUBSSSaHB^^- ------
Oath oi office is administered a. the Dade County^court-
house by Judge Francis X. Knuck to newly-elected membe
of the MeaJpohtan Dade County Comrmss.or. (from left)
Commissioners Clara Oesterle and James F. Rediord, jr..
and Mayor Stephen P. Clark.
WE PAY HIGHEST PRICES
FOR YOUR
OLD GOLD, DIAMONDS
and JEWELRY
Diamonds and Precious Stones
Appraised
LINCOLN LANE JEWELERS
1660 MERIDIAN AVENUE
532-1604
South Dade Post
Of JW V Active i
The monthly meeting of South
Dade Post No. 77;!. Jewish War
V< rans of the United States,
held Monday evening,
Following the business met
a program featuring Henry
Kramarz, National Photographer
for the .T"v.ish War Veterans,
was p < i, d including color
. Israel and a narration
entitled, "Progression Israel,
1974
Attending the quarterly De-
partment meeting in Clearwater
Oct. 3 and 6 were Commander
and Mrs. Abe Eisenman: Ah in
,">l Students Are
Consecrated By
Beth Sholoin
Fifty-one students were con-
secrated at a special service
Tuesday, Oct. 8. at Temple Beth
Sho'om of Oreater Miami. A
luncheon in their honor, tender-
ed by Ihe n-.-th Sholom Sister
followed the service.
Or. Leon Kronish, spiritual
loadei Sholom. present-
lent
i lii
Miller, Sist rh tod President,
,,t( i i ach girl w th minis-
e Sabbath candlesticks, and
V i president oi
with ush cup.
Mrs. Get aid Kopelle was their
.. Dr i .a Gus sin is the
din it ir >; Beth Sholom's
School for Living Judaism.
The students included Marc
Amdur, Ei Bar-Navon, Andrew
Braun, Jeremy Chestler, -Marc
Friedman. Barry Jackson, Hilary
Lifter, Kim Lipsky. Kevin
Lougachi Jeffrey rerkel. Steven
Rattner, Beth Siegel, Paul Sobel.l
Fay Spivak, Rric Stein. Andrew I
Weinstein.
Also .led Frankel. Andrew1
Gelb. Bruce Gross. Ruth Hyman.
Stephen Lcvine. Leslie Robhins.
Jennifer Sern.s. Jay Sobel. Jodie f
Wynne. Ari Zcltzer. Ricky |
Alweiss, Stacy Bushman. Melisse '
Gerson. Adam Golden. Michelle
Oopman. David Hyman. Jona-
than Miller and William Serns.
Also Jonathan Wald. David
Weinstein. Jorge Wolf. Wendy
ZellcY, Gregg Alweiss. Patrice
Bushman. Marc Cohen. Sonya
Gelb, Howard Gross. Matthew
Kessler, Jack Rat'ner. Billv Ser-
bin. Lisa Silbret. Rhonda Spivak
Patricia Wolf. Leslie Wynne and
Cindy Zeller.
, senior vice commander; kr
nold No\;ns. junior vice comnrin-
der, and Mrs. Novins; and Her-
berl Dubbin, Department Jud i
Advocate and his wile.
The Post and Auxiliary will
co-spon.-or the One: Shahbtot at
Temple Beth Am. South Miami,
In. v evening. Nov. 8, in ub-
servance of Veterans Day.
Plans are being made for a
barbecue-dinner-boat ride on the
Jungle Queen, in Ft. Lauderdale
Saturday night. Dec. 7. Reserva-
tions must be made in advanee.
Miami Ballet C.ompain
Auditioning Dancers
The Miami Ballet Company la
holding open auditions for danc-
ers at l p.m. Sunday in the Mi-
ami Conservatory Studios, 5818
SW 737rd St.
; lancers must be 13 years "f
ir older and must have been
on point at least two years. The
Company will go immediately in-
to ears !<>. the act "Sw m
i. ike," which will feature Ri -
sian ballerina Natalia Makaro a
y, principal dan
in Ball* I
Zamcra Welcome Home Event
esident
ol i io .i Siste i
ann i innual "W
come Home Dinner" which will
;e bH y Hanis
of the temple, nda Ovt
27. Cocktails at 6 p.m. will lw
followed by dinner at 6:30, En
t'i tainment will lie provide I
Fred Zuker.
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+Jenisli fhridian
Friday, October 18, 1974
#V A It d J
A seminar on Modern Parents'
Approach ti> >v\ Education was
held this week at South Cai
of Miami-Bade Community Cob
Participating in the non-
: session sponsored by the
C'lntiruine educati in department
lr. Terry H-.iMri.in. ob rft-s "and cynecolocy: Or. Fred
Brown, pediatrics, and Mr*.
Dorothy RuUhik. ACSW. psy-
chiatric ft cial worker.

New members of Kings Bay
Yacht and Country Club include
I. A. Adomat. wife Patricia, and
Iren Misty and Frederick:
Hurley and Donna Grotjahn and
children Bill and Brad: R. 6.
Mulhnlland. wife. Hazel, and
children Linda and Ralph. Jr;
Bertram and Suzanne Schild and
chil !ren. Kenneth. Gloria. Anita,
Mark. Maureen and Ronni-:
Irving and Florence Stenn and
:en. Enid and Irving, Jr.;
Dr. Stuart R. Weiss, wife. San-
dra, and son. Scott; and Jeffrey
and Andrea Werner.
it
Matea BndMoek. chairman of
the Dade County School Board,
accepted a resolution presented
hv Anna Brenner Myers recently
on behalf of the Bicentennial
Community Schools project. Par-
ticipating in the ceremony were
Marge Pearlsin. project coor-
dinator, and Ruth Shack, who
chairs the education panel.
a
Mirit. 11-year-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Haim Weiner. will
be guest organist at the Beach
Theatre FootUghters Show in
Miami Beach this weekend.
Mirit, a native of Jerusalem
Israel, is especially known for
her sensitive and inspiring ren-
dition of Israeli Folk songs and
Jewish music. She has appeared
before many audiences in Israel.
South America and the United
States, and has been acclaimed
as a television personalitv.
What is especially admirable
about this guest appearance Oct.
18-20 is the fact that Mirit will
contribute her fee to the newly
organized Tomrile Beth Solomon.
Water Safety
Course Offered
Bv Red Cross
American National Red Cross
is introducing a new program
called "Basic Water Safety."
Th< basic purpose is to reduce
loss of life from unnecessary
drowning accidents because peo-
ple do not know what to do in
an emergency situation.
The Basic Water Safety course
is especially important in South
IRorida with its year round
swimmine. the great number of
public anil private pools and a
large number of older retirees
and other adults who go in or
near the water without swim-
ming proficiency, a fact reflect-
ed in the number of non-swim-
ming parents who have drowned
while trying to rescue a child.
The 4-hour session is designed
to tea pie with little or no
ming ability how to rescue
a in trouble in the water.
iction covers extension,
tfcrow wading and swimming
assists by the novice. Also, the
use of [*rsonal flotation devices,
handling of shallow water diving
. its, safety with boats and
training in mouth to mouth re-
susci tattoo.
The ABCi of family water
safety are also covered.
who take it receive a certificate.
TI Is a rring wiil be offered by
Red Cross tor any groups in cot>

Tra early in .Tanu-
Tia Ins eailyin Janu-
ary. Red Croai
I -.m.I begin taking re-
- from interested c
ignaaadlalsdy in order to set up
o w n
of which Rabhi Dr. David Raab
is spiritual lea i- r
it
In observance of the culmina-
tion of the High Holy Days and
Succoth, the Norman Bruce
Brown Post and Ladies Auxiliary
No 174 of the Jewish War
v. terens b< Id their annual New
. party for members and
friends at the Pythian Hall
Tuesday evening.
Post Commander Alex Green-
wild and Auxiliary President
Claire Greenwald welcomed
everyone. Sylvia I.iebman, re-
lent chairman and her
committee, including Pearl Wein-
Stein, Gertrude Raderman and
Catharine Morris arranged a
special holiday refreshment
nu-nu. Belle Swartz and Mae
Sihreiber arranged for the well
known and popular singer Lee
Baron and her accompanist
Charlotte Fuferfas to sing a
medley of old and new songs:
Evan Gonshak and his guitar led
the guests in folk dancing.
A busy season lies jhead for
this organization 'heir many
programs include work with the
an both at the hospital and
in his home; work with the
needy child: community projects
and 'he senior ci'izen. The "Aid
.' rael Program"' headed by
Pvarl Weinstein has been out-
standing As the first and oldest
P in the State of Florida,
they have won many blue rib-
bons in recognition.
V olinist Jeremy Miller. 16. a
protege of the Society for Young
Performers for the pat four
years and one of its scholarship
recipients, recentlv received a
grant from the Greater Miami
Drama League to further his
musical studies. Jeremy, one of
the leaders of the Broward
Symphony Orchestra, also re-
ceived a $600 scholarship from
the orchestra and won a trip to
Italy in the Emery Deutsch
violin competition. He is one of
the voungest players asked to
join the Miami Philharmonic
Orchestra, directed by Alain
Lombard. His teachr. Alexander
Prilutchi. is the Philharmonic's
concert master Ruth Brotman is
president of the Society for
Young Performers: Mrs. Harry
Simon is president of the Drama
League.
North Countv JCC
Bjf
Offers Programs
Friday, Sunday
The North County Extension
Service of the Jewish Commu-
nity Centers of South Florida is
offering an all day "No School
Holiday" program for elemen-
tary school age children Friday.
A full day of fun wiil be offered
to 1st through 6th graders, in-
cluding a bowling and movie
trip.
The program is open to non-
members as well as members of
the JCC. Children will meet at
9 a at the Jewish Commu-
nity Centers. 20400 NE 24th
Ave., North Miami Beach and
are asked to bring their own
j>.nch.
A Roller Ska tine-Pizza Party
will he held for teens in the 7th.
Bth and itth grades Sunday by
the North County Extension
Service.
The party is open to non-mem-
bers as well as JCC members.
on > lii dtad; those
teens interested in participating
should call the Jewish Commu-
ters at 938-M04.
The teens will be meeting at
the JCC. 20400 NE 21th A.- .
North Miami Beach; the bus
will leave at 1 p.m.
Mhrachi Women's
Chapters Meet
Shalvah Chapter. American
Mizrachi Women, will hold its
membership re-enrollment meet-
ing Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. in
the home of Mrs. Sam Weiss.
5440 LaGorce Dr., Miami Beach,
according to membership chair-
men. Mrs. Jack Burstein and
Mrs. Felix Rosenberi?.
A stimulating cultural pro-
gram will be presented by Mrs.
Norman Ditchek. followed by a
social hour during which refresh-
's will be served.
Also assisting with arrange-
ments for the evening are Mrs.
Zvi Cohen. Mrs. Lee Goldberg.
Mrs. Mort Perlin. and Mrs. Sid-
ney Shapiro. Mrs. Arthur
Shapiro and Miss Chavy Baron
will be among those taking part
in the program.
Mrs. Alex G. Paul is president
of Shalvah Chapter.
it *
Geula Chapter's annual
Mother-in-Isracl gala will be
held at the White Hotel. 1451
Ocean Dr.. Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
Featured will be entertainment
and a supperettc.
Franc: ne Katz is Mother tn-
Israel chairman and Freda Oster
is president.
it ir it
Aviva Chapter president Fan-
nie April announces the chap-
ter's second regular meeting will
he held Monday at 1 p.m. at the
1 rsl Federal. 2750 Coral Way.
Galil Chapter will have as its
guest Mrs. Minna Field, author.
who will talk on "How to Face
th" Golden Years of Our Lives."
The presidium. Eva Fuch and
Bess Kurzban, have invited all
to attend Tuesday at 12:30 p.m.
in the Washington Federal at
633 NE 167th St.
it it
Florida Council will meet
Tuesday at 10 a.m. at head-
quarters. 420 Lincoln Rd., suite
402. to finalize clans for im
minent Council functions.
it it &
Tamara Chapter will meet
Wednesday at 1 p.m. in the rec-
reation room of Golden Horn
South. 427 Golden Isles Dr.. Hal-
landale. Mrs. Alfred Stone, na-
tional vice president, will be the
guest speaker. Refreshments will
Le served. Mrs. Isidore Yulish is
president.
Hadassah Groups
Plan Meetings
Several groups of the Miami
Beach Chapter of Hadassah have
scheduled meetings during the
coming weeks.
The Royal Maccabees Group
will meet Monday at 7 p.m. in
the Financial Federal Audi-
torium. 755 Washington Ave.,
with Clara Landy presiding
Anatole and Kayc Engelman will
entertain.
Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, president
of the Miami Beach Chapter, will
be the guest speaker at Mon-
day's 1 p.m. meeting of the
Southgate Group in the Terrace
Room. Shirley Rosenberg will
preside. The group will also
have a concert in the Terrace
Room Thursday, Oct. 24, at 8
p.m. featuring Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Fuchs. courtesy of Chase
Federal Savings and Loan.
Golda Meir Group's meeti-
Monday, Oct. 28. at the Seacoast
Towers V will feature special
entertainment. Blanche Miller
will preside.
Morton Towers Group will
meet at 11:30 a.m. Monday. Oct.
28. in the American Savings
Auditorium. 1200 Lincoln Rd
Guest speaker will be Gail
Hovey, vice president of Miami
Beach First National Bank. En-
ter' linment will be provided by
{Catherine Russell. Fannie Houtz
will preside.
A luncheon meeting is planned
by Sophie Tucker Group Tues
day, Oct. 29. at noon in the
Washington Federal Auditorium,
633 NE 167th St.. North Miami
Beach. Rose Poden will preside.
Josef Almogi, (center) the mayor of Haifa, Israel, was re-
cently an honored guest of Mr. and Mrs. Isadora Hecht and
sen David at Flagler Kennel Club. Piclured left to right are
Isadore Kecht. Norma Kipnis, Mayor Almogi, Mrs. Hecht
and David.
Melava Malka At Yeshiva Saturday
A Melava Malka honoring
Rabbi Zev Leff and Rabbi Dov
Bidnick will be held Saturday
night at Yeshiva Day School, 990
NE l'.'l.-t St. The school's prin-
cipal. Rabbi Stanley Weiss, will
address the gathering. North
Miami Beach's two new Ortho-
dox rabbis will be welcomed to
the school's Board of Rabbis.
Rabbi Leff. of Young Israel
of Greater Miami, is a former
resident of Miami. He attended
the Hebrew Academy of Greatnr
Miami and Telsher Yeshiva in
Cleveland. Ohio.
Rabbi Bidnick. of Sky Lake
Synagogue, was educated at Nor
Israel Rabbinical College. Balti-
more, Md.. and previously served
as spiritual leader of the House
of Jacob Synagogue, L'tica, N.Y.
it 3- it
Mrs. Irene Raczkowski. acting
vice president of Massada Chap-
ter, announces a social and book
review of "The Antagonists" by
Ernest K. Gann. given by Mrs.
Ida Chinsky on Thursday, Oct.
24. at 1:30 p.m. in the Recreation
Hall at 4141 Nautilus Dr.
Dolphin Night At
Auto Show Nov. 5
Tueada Nov. 5. will K- Mi-
Dolphin Night" at the
. annual South Florida
Auto Show, according to Robert
W. ll iuaton, show chairman.
Auto buffs and sports fans
will tind nine of the Dolphins'
superstars on hand that evening
to meet and receive autographed
photos. Scheduled to appear at
the show are Larry Csonka. Jim
Kiick. Nick Buoniconti, Howard
Twilley, Tim Foley. Lloyd Mum-
phord. Jake Scott, Jim Mandich
and Garo Yepremian.
"Dolphin Night" is just one of
the specialties planned for the
South Florida Auto Show during
its nine day run at the Miami
Beach Convention Center. In ad-
dition to the 1975 model domes-
tic. Import, recreational and
commercial vehicles, there will
be race ears, rods and customs,
antiques and many more exhib-
its.
Showtime will be from 5-11
p.m. Monday through Friday
and from noon to 11 p.m. Satur-
day and Sundav.
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Friday, October 18, 1974
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There 'Wins to be no And to tl a variety of waj
hiekon. and the Interest in na (en ts
! i.':e il I D last
liniMr -,' ests.
< BICKEN IN WINK AND SPU E SA1 ( !
_ chickens (fl il up
Salt, i to ir, <>il
For tin- Sauce:
,i wine l red)
:, bo] isuce
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Place chicken pieces in brown papei bag and coat with
: Hour. Broun chicken in oil. Take a large sheet ol heavy
(oil linage enough to line pan and told over and \ al)
ace in a y.\13-ir.ch pan. Place chicken on foil. Heat sauce
ingredients ami pour over the chicken. Fold toil securely. Bake
.it 400 degrees for 40 minutes. Se:ve hot.
it it
The next two weeki I'll be bringing you some recipes from
:, great koshei cookbook that's come my way. It is published
ialila Chapter of Mizrachi Women in Chicago. If you're in-
terested in obtaining a copy, write to Mrs. Barry Robii
> West Devon Ave.. Cliica^o, Iil. 60645. Now for one "t tin.'
es:
CINNAMON SNOWBALLS
', cup sugar
'4 tps. cinnamon
Sprinkle the si^ar-cinnamon mixture over the cookies when
\ the oven.
nargarlM
1 :. : : I IT (sifted)
la Up. van! la 1 :
Cream margarine. Gra 11 and beat until light
and fluff/. Blend in vanilla. Sift to our and cinnamon.
: id this gradually to the creamed mixture. Chill several I
- into 1-inch balls. Place in un reased c kie she t an i
e at 35 i degrees tor 15
For tin- topping:
F.ery once in a whle. someone reque>t< an old favorite.
is a traditional luak" appetizer acordiny to a recipe
from my mother.
CHOPPED HEURINT.
2 medium schmaltz -peeled an I c red)
herring (boned) l' cups bread crumbs
2 hard boiled e,;< 2 tblsps. vinegar
2 medium onions 1 modi im sized apple
Soak herring in water about three hours. Peel off skin.
Grind or chop the herring, eggs, onions and apple. Add bread
crumbs and vinegar. Mix well.
I have brought you previously a recipe from a fine cookbook
published by Galila Chapter of Mizrachi Women in Chicago, and I
promised you another. This one should go over well with people
who appreciate a good cake but don't like the gooey variety.
it it it
LEMON POUND CAKE
1 cup butter or margarine 1 t;p. lemon extract
', cup shortening 3 cups flour (sifted)
2 cups sugar I1-' *SPS- baking powder
7 ounces 7-L'p or other
lemon lime soft drink
Confectioner's sugar
1 cup eggs
(about 5 large eggs)
M tsp. salt
1 tsp. vanilla extract
Cream together the shortenings in a large bowl Gradually
add sugar and beat until fluffy. Add the eggs. Beat at medium
speed until well blended.. Add the salt and extracts. Gradually
add flour and baking powder, alternating with the liquid. Beat
well after each addition.
Pour into a greased (10-inch) tube pan and bake at 3-d de-
grees for 80 to 85 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean
Remove from the pan and sprinkle with confectioner's sugar.
Do not sprinkle sugar on cake if it is going to be frozen.
Summer is the best time to enjoy cool fruit dishes. A quick
refreshing appetizer like this one should hit the spot in these
"dog days."
it it it
FRUIT CUP
Mix everything ex:ept pecans. Chill. Add pecans before
serving.
Now for a home-made French dressing you may want to
try as a small skirmish in the fight against the alarming rise
in the cost of prepared foods.
1 303-can grapefruit sections cherries (drained.
1 11-oz. can mandarin H cup grated coconut
orange sections H cup chopped pecans
\'i small bottle maraschino
s? ir it
FRENCH DRESSING
Put all of the above ingredients in a quart jar and shake.
Keep refrigerated (Remember that if you use cream of tomato
soup, your dressing will not be pareve.)
H can tomato soup tsP- I*"*1"
'.cup salad oil 2 tblsps. onion flakes
Question Box
It cup vinegar
H tsp. salt
H tsp. parsley flakes
>>2 tblsp. Worcestershire
sauce
1 tsp. garlic powder
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\ > axe the confessionals
re i't-.l on Yom Kippor
made in the rlural ii.'-., for
the >in which we have sin-
ned) and not in the singu-
;::
' a
1 therefon [Mil evl lei I
lv re guilt 15 in li-
"f ha\ in tted evei y
1 11- these si s. However, the
form of the confessional
ys thi position
in Jewish life that every Jew is a
he : in corporate body
of Jev :y as a whole.
Tii-s, each of us has a respon-
sibility for the sins of his fellow
Jew a!mi t to the extent that
he himself committed that sin.
Society as a whole thus has a
share in the culpability for the
sins of each member of society.
Whv is it customary to
place two individuals, one at
each side of the cantor dur-
ing the recitation of Kol Ni-
dre?
The purpose and effect of the
recitation ot Kol Nidre is to an-
nul the vows that have been
made by the members of the
1 mgrogation and have thus far
not l een carried out.
The annulment of vows re-
quires a Beth Din (Rabbinical
Court' of three. The cantor with
one man at each side thus con-
stitute a Beth Din who has the
the power to annul vows,
There are some who trace this
procedure to the experience of
Moses a.ter the attack of the
Amalakitea. He was p'.aced in
the center and the Almighty or-
dered that hi.s brother Aaron be
on one side of him while his
nephew Hur be on the other
side, it was in this way that
Moses successfully pra ed and
was able to overcome the threat
of the attacking Amalahites.
The people of Israel on Yom
Kippur likewise consider them-
selves under attack from the
accusing Satan. The cantor who
leads the congregation in pray-
er is compared to Moses who
prayed for the safety of his peo-
ple.
Some claim that placing a
person on either side of the can-
tor is indicative that the cantor
is not a lone performer or a lone
saviour. He is simply a leader in
prayer and his performance
means nothing without the par-
ticipation of the congregation.
The two people at his sides are
thus lepresentatives and remind-
ers of the fact that he is only a
leader whose results dei>end
upon the congregation's partici-
pation.
Why is the festival of
Surcoth scheduled after Yom
Kippur (the day of atone-
ment)?
This is the schedule prescribed
in the Bible. There are some
sources who find a relationship
between the festival of Yom Kip-
pur and the requirement to
dwell in the succah five days
after this festival.
Some claim that this is a
representative symbol of a pos-
sible punishment that might
have been assigned by the Al-
mighty in his judgement on Yom
Kippur. This is to say that if our
destiny might have contained a
punishment to be exiled this year
(which means to leave our
homes) we leave the comfort and
security of our homes during
Succoth to fulfill this destiny so
that a complete exile will not be
necessary through the year to
fulfill this, decree. (Pesikta
Rabbati).
There are others who say that
dwelling in the succah after Yom
Kippur is a sign of confidence
on our part. We feel so secure
after the Day of Atonement that
the Almighty has forgiven our
! and will continue O
leave tl
ity of out and live
hu nble and unprotei
shark relying on the A
;-tion completely.
Why are the four vegeta-
tive, kfleciea (i.e., the hilav,
etc.) waved and shaken on
the Suceoth holiday?
A number f reasons are offer-
ed by various sources,
claim that this reminiscent of
the signal of torj thai use I
; 1 be executed by ancient m in-
arch', who waved a palm branch,
etc. to signal that they had been
victorious. The people of Israel
are locked in a struggle during
the Ro-h Ha-hana-Yom Kippur
period with the accuser. Receiv-
ing the nardon of tha Almighty
c nstitutes a victory. Thus the
species are waved as a sign of
this victory.
Others claim that this is a
memorial of the exodus during
which th? mountains quivered
and shook under the power of
the Almighty exer'ed in redeem-
ing His people. The species ar->
therefore waved and shak?n as
a reminder of this moving power
of the Almiahtv
Some claim that the waving is
done back and forth, up an 1
down, etc to sigi fy th dUp "
sion and the subsequent redemp-
tion of the Jewish neoDle. The
movement away from the body
I the dispersion and ths
mov ment hark to th" body
heir.'; symbolic of the redemp-
tion of the lews returnin
God.
What i a "Hadran"?
A "Hadi m" is the term used
for the ceremonial which is ob-
served at the completion of the
study of a tractate of the Tal-
mud
Some claim the term means
"return" In this sense the lead-
er of 1 lie st idy group or the
group as a whole recite a
of paragraphs | with the
word "Hadran" and saying "We
will return to you, Tractate 'so
and so.'
This is an indication that even
when one has completed the
study of a unit of holy literature
such as a tractate of the Talmud,
one is really not done with it.
He expects to return and restudy
it some day to find even more
new and refreshing ideas.
Some claim that the word
"Hadran'" comes from the word
"Hadar" which means glory or
spiritual beauty. In this sense
the expression means "Let thy
glory, Tractate 'so and so' be
shed upon us." The pronoun
would then be switched from
"you" to "us."
In either case, it is obvious
that the completion of a study of
some unit in the holy literature
brings with it some sense of
spiritual fulfillment or spiritual
expectation.
What is a "Daf Yomi?"
A "Daf Yomi" is the custom of
studying one leaf of the Talmud
every day on a regular basis. It
is claimed that this practice was
originated by the famous Rabbi
Meir Shapiro of the well-known
Yeshiva in Lublin, Poland in
1931.
The rabbi's intention was, ob-
viously, to have the study of the
Talmud become a daily babit in
the lives of Jews. In this way the
study of the entire Talmud is |
completed in about seven years, 1
at which time a celebration is1
held. I
Following this pattern dif-,
ferent organizations began
spreading the habit of "Mishnah
Yomi," studying a Mishnah text
from the Talmud every day.
Others inaugurated studying
"Mitzvah Yomit," the explana-l
tion of one of the command-
ments every day. Some turned to
studying a part of the Bible
every day. etc.
The intent of all of these en-.
deavors 1- to make the study of
hi ly not only a daily
also a unn il
as many Jew 1
Id \".- se or-
. oven i ibll calen-
ncy of
the vi on > < h -11 Jews
ly a certain text
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The Garmi 1 ated
at 12807 West Dixie Hwy.,
N Miami, are. is open from
] ) a m. t 1 5 p.m. Monday thru
Tl i ycled treasures
you v 111 fin I In stock. Mrs. Sie-
ge! reports, are in A-l condition
(some have never teen worn)
an 1 are the latest style. You'll
find such names as Geoffry
Bearr.e. Abe Schiader. Ann Kline
and som 1 the very i>est in lo-
cal lesi piers and manufacturers.
Mrs S!e 1 I a Miami Beach
resident Is an o'd hand at giv-
In 2 le best se for
the price. 5he and net staff are
looking forward to helping you
t i se'eel your ni v .1 Irobe.
Biscayne Dog Track Opens
1st Half Gf Season Nov. 7
The ids v be run-
: .:. i'.-. ;.- ei 1 1 form when
I tyne Dog Ti ack opens the
fii Its 1974-75 meeting
T. ac rd-
' mi C. Ki
pn si lent,
e reas in i- a complete re-
structi'ring <>! the racing 1
and addition of a sprinkler sys-
ten at a si il $15, W0.
T.-.'3 firs! half of the 1974-75
Biscayne season will run 55
niaht-; through Jan. 9. and will
In : 1 le 27 matinees.
Cosmetician Guest Speaker
Royal Palm Chapter, Women's
American ORT. 1 Organization
for Rehabilitation Through
Training), was to hold a lunch-
eon meeting at 10 a.m. Thurs-
day in the home of Sondra Tem-
ple. 7436 Gary Ave Miami
Beach. with a well-known
cosmetician, representative of
Onjenu Products, as guest
speaker. Admission is one trad-
ing stamp book, 1 Merchants,
S&H. Triple S). Prospective
members invited.
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TIME COOK. MUST BE ABLE
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Friday. October 18, 1974
Ron, Mitpudi
Kobcrto Zymel
Teddy koppel
franklin Zemtl
LEE SOMMERS
Lee Jeffrey, sen of Mrs. Louise
Sommers, 2(i0i SW 121 si Ave.,
and the late Charles Sommers,
will become B Mar Mitzvah Sat-
urday. Oct 19, al Temple Beth
Tov.
I.cc attends Florida Air Acad-
emy at Plantation, where he is
active in the sports program. He
has won several trophies for
football and bowling.
A reception in honor of the
occasion will be hosted by the
celebrant's mother Saturday eve-
ning in her home. Among the
honored guests attending the
Bar Mitzvah will lie Lee's grand-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Zim-
merman of Peoria, III., and Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Sommers of
Miami.
ft
MARK WKINSTKIV
Saturday morning, Oct. 19. in
t!ie main sanctuary of Temple
Ner Tamid, Mark Weinstein, -on
of Mr. ami Mis. Leon Welnsteln
ol Surfside. will be Bar Mitzvah.
Mark i- a student at Ner Ta-
mid Religious School and Nauti-
Junioi Mi..:, School where
he is a member ol the School
.ml.
.\ kiddush "ill follow the
Si rvices and a reception Mark's
honor will he held Saturday al
the Famous Restaurant Out of
town guests will include his un-
cle Joseph Blinderman, and Mr.
uid Mrs. Bernard Topolsky,
from New York City.
ft
DAVID SIMONS
David Jason, son of Mr. and
Mrs. .Jerome Simons, will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Beth E!, Hollvwood, Saturday,
Oct. 19.
David attends University
School, Fort Lauderdale. where
he is in the eighth grade .
Sharing in the festivities will
be the celebrant's grandparents,
Mrs. Sadye Bragman and Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Simons of Holly-
wood; Dr. and Mrs. Stanley
Levine of Detroit, Mich.; Mr.
and Mrs Jerome Bornstein, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Simons and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Peisner and son, Dr. and Mrs.
Fred Peisner and family, and
Ed Peisner, Orlando; Mr. and
Mis. Dan Balantzow, Cleveland,
Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burn-
stein, Southfield, Mich., and Col.
and Mrs. Ernesto Veliz. Guate-
mala City, Central America.
ft ft ft
ROBERTA ZYMET
Robert Ellen, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Gerald Zymet. will cele-
brate her Bat Mitzvah at Beth
Torah Congregation Friday, Oct.
18, during the late services.
Roberta is an eighth grade
student at Jonn F. Kennedy
Junior High School, where she
is a member of the girls' soft-
hall team. Now a member of the
Pre-Confirmation Class at Beth
Torah's Harold Wolk Religious
School, she received a special
service award when he graduat-
ed there last June.
The celebrant's parents will
sponsor the One.; Shabbat follow-
ing the services in her honor
The guests will include In 1
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs
Arthur Zymet and Mr. and Mrs
Nat Kalhnan of HalJandale.
TEDDY KOPPEL
Teddy, the son of Sir. and Mis.
William Koppel. will be called
to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah
Saturday, Oct. 19. at Beth Torah
Congregation.
A graduate of Beth Torah's
Harold Wolk Religious School.
Teddy is now a member of the
Pre-Confirmation Class there. He
attended Hillel Community Day
School and is presently enrolled
at John F. Kennedy Junior High
School, where he is in the eighth
grade.
The celebrant's parents will
sponsor the Kiddush following
the services in his honor.
FRANKLIN ZEMEL
Franklin Lewis, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Zemel. will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Oct. 19,
at Temple Emanu-El.
Franklin has been a student
of the Lehrman Das School since
the age of three and is now an
8H1 grader,
The celebrant will be nor
with a Kiddush at Temple
F.mnnu V.\ and a reception at
home. His grandmothers, Mrs.
Nita Wesler and Mrs. Rena
Zemel, will attend
Committee Chosen
For Art Auction.
Bazaar Nav, 11-11
Mis. Sylvia Kinhorn. chairman
of Southeastern Florida Region,
Women's American OltT's "It's
An ORT World" Bazaar, and her
cochairman. Mrs. Joan Rafalove
hosted a kick-off breakfast re-
cently at the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation Building to
pick an opening night committee
and introduce auctioneer Jerry
Felton of Decorators Choice Art
Gallery to the chapter presidents
ami their bazaar chairmen.
Chosen to be on the commit-
tee for the Ba/.aar and Art Auc-
tion, which will be held at Bay-
front Park Auditorium Nov. 11-
14, were Mrs. Gertrude Pritt,
Betty Traugot, Annette Freid-
nian, Sue Resniek, Terry Otway,
Florence Kanter, Ixiis Rosen-
thai and Ruth Naftel.
The art auction, Monday eve-
ning Nov. 11. at 8 p.m. (pre-
viewing at 7 p.m.) will feature
fine art works (oils, watercolors.
pen and inks, etchings. litho-
graphs, sculptures, objets d'arti
all below gallery prices.
The bazaar, which will feature
a potpourri of merchandise from
antiques to china to fabrics to
]K)t holders, will be held Tuesday
through Thursday from 10 a.m.
to 10 p.m. Outside antique deal-
ers who are interested in a booth
may contact Mis. Kinhorn at the
ORT office.
Dr. Robert Sherman Speaker
A general meeting of the
newly formed Dade Broward
Chapter of the Retinitis Pigmen-
tOSfl Foundation will lie held at
8 p.m. Friday in the Neptune
Room South entrance of the
First Federal Savings and Loan
Association I80OI Biscayne
Blvd.. North Miami Beach.
Guest sjieaker will be Dr. Rob-
ert M. Sherman.
WKAT Program
Promotes Careers
And Vocations
"So You Want To He" the
newest addition to WKAT's air-
ways, sponsored jointly by Wom-
en's American OUT and the
Dade County Public Schools, Di-
vision of Vocational, Technical
and Adult Education promotes
the caii eis and vocations avail-
able he e in Daite County,
Heard every Sunday at t; p.m.
on V. KAT (1363 AMI "So You
Want To Be" will be bringing
to the community in the next
tew weeks careers with South-
ern Hell Telephone, the Hole:
Food Services (the Dora! Hotel 1
and Health Careers.
Each week as the executive
producer", members of Women's
American OKI' (Southeastern
Florida Region) will act as co-
hostess. All tyi>e.s of local people
will discuss how they decided on
their particular line of work, the
education and skills requii-ed.
the salary and opportunity for
advancement.
Listeners will have the chance
to talk with the guests during
the show's open phone sessions.
E. Alberl Pallot, chairman of
Miami's Committee on Ecol
ogy and Beautificalion for
the past 12 years, will be
honored at a "Man of the
Year" banquet Friday, Oct.
25, at the Columbus Hotel.
Mayor Maurice Ferre will
review the Committee's 15-
year history, and first vice
chairman Alfred Browning
Parker will present the
award
Free Vision Test
Available Friday
For Grades 1, 4
The Dade County Optometric
Association will sponsor county-
wide FREE vision screenings for
children in first and fourth
grades Friday according to Don-
ald S. Albert, O.D., project chair-
man.
The screenings are open to
public and private school chil-
dren of the first and fourth
grades only. Oct. 18 is a Teach-
ers' Planning Day. and public
school children will not have
classes.
The free screenings will cover
eye health, visual acuities, and
muscle coordination tests. They
will be performed by appoint-
ment and without obligation by
most Dade County optometrists
in their offices.
Parents will be notified of
screening test results by mail.
Those children requiring a more
comprehensive examination may
then be scheduled by their
parents at the vision care
specialist of their choice.
To make a screening appoint-
ment, parents should consult the
yellow pages to select an op-
tometrist conveniently located.
Doctors who are fully scheduled
will know of others performing
the screenings.
Dr. F. Warren O'Reilly (right) administrator of the Charles
Ives Centennial Festival which gets under way in South
Florida in mid-October and runs till next May, and Richard
Wolfson, chairman of Third Century cultural events com-
mittee, look over some of the works of the great American
composer which will be featured. Ives pioneered dramatic-
ally different styles of music in his more than 200 compo-
sitions.
i F, 2 H app nin go *.
AWARD Tenor Tony Simone
received a performing award
from Surfside Chief George A.
t'uiti an.I Of fiter Carmen V,
Penna recently. The singer will
pie cut DM Shew Nov. 23 a I
Surfside Cominunitv (' nter and
in Hollywood Dec. 7.
NEWSPAPER SALE Mahi
Shrine Temple is sponsoriir. .i
N 8 9 :.' sp&per sale with all
of the pro* eeds earmai ked foi
h- 23 crippled children's |
tals and burn centers
I
LUNCHEON The commu-
nity-wide 11th annual luncheon
of the Dade County Community
Relations Board will be held at
noon Nov. 13 in the Dupont
Plaza Hotel. The keynote speak
er will be Carl Rowan, nationally
famous syndicated columnist.
Tickets to the luncheon arc
available now through the CRD
office. 2501 Coral Way.
a schedule.

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FIRST PRIZE Wometco
Enterprises. Inc. won first prizze
in the "Broadcasting and Enter-
tainment" classification of the
annual report competition spon-
sored by Financial World Maga-
zine. This award for the com-
pany's 1973 report marks the
ninth consecutive yer that
Wometco has won a top award
in the contest. Some 5,000 U.S.
and Canadian corporations
parteipated. according to Womet-
co president Mitchell Wolfson.
ft ft ft
EXHIBITION The National
Association of Watch and Clock
Collectors. Inc.. an international
organization devoted to collect-
ing and restoring antique
watches and clocks, will have its
yearly exhibition at the Wash-
ington Federal. 609 NE 167th St..
North Miami Beach. Saturday.
Oct. 19. from 1 to 6 p.m., and
Sunday, Oct. 20. from 1 to 5 p.m.
Admission is free; the public is
invited.
to it ft
RETURNED irvin Schind-
lcr, host of a daily talk show-
on Radio Station WKAT for
three years, has returned to the
station to host its "Speak Out
Miami" show Mondays. Wednes
days and Fridays. The show will
be hosted by Shirley Spellerberg
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur-
day s.
ft *:
INSTALLATION The 15th
annual installation banquet of
Miami's Committee on Ecology
and Beautification will be held
i'ii. 25 at the Columbus Hotel.
Local banker and civic leader E,
Albert Pallot will Ik- inducted as.
chaii man. and architect Afied
I rowning Pat ker as flrsi
in.
IWARD RECIPIENT
,"( -, i-ii i i mi,. i
will present its 1974 Huntanita
i. : to Ralph A. DeMe<.
prominent South Florida builder
and Civic leader. A Anthony
N >boa, president, said. DeMeo
president of AD II.. Inc. Build
eis, Opa-locka. will be robot i
at a dinner Oct. 25 at the Doral
Hotel On-The-Ocean tor his many
years of service to UCP's com
munity support programs.
to ft
HOOKS One of the Bicen-
tennial Commission's most sig-
nificant projects Ls the ptiMica
ti in of 25 rare, out-of-piuit book.*
on Florida history. The New
Floridiana Facsimile Series is
published in cooperation with
the University of Florida Press.
Each has been researched by a
modern scholar whose introduc-
tion precedes the facsimile. Dr.
Samuel Proctor. University of
Florida history professor and Bi
centennial Commissioner, Ls the
series' general editor.
ft ft ft
"C.AKAGK SALK"The Bar-
ry College Alumni Association is
sponsoring a Garage Sale in the
Weber Soda] Hall Saturday,
Nov. 2. from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00
p.m. The event is being held to
raise money for the Sister Doro-
thy Browne Memorial Scholar-
ship Fund.
to ft ft
ELECTED Frank Crippcn,
whose election to the board of
directors of Barnctt Bank of Bay
Harbor Islands, N A.. 1108 Kant
Concourse, has been announced
by Thomas H. Brandeis, presi
dent, owns Crippen Oldsmobile
Inc. of Miami and Andres Olds
mobile. Inc. of Lansing, Mich. He
is vice Dresident of the Bal Har-
bour Club; director of Miami
Heart Institute, and a member oi
the board of trustees of Barry
College.
t ft
REELEfTED Teresa E
Stein, director of development
an 1 public relations at South
Miami Hospital, was relected to
the board of directors of the Na-
ti ma] Association for Hospital
Development at its national con
fcrence last week in San Fran-
cisco.


Ly. October 18, 1974
f. If* Hit Flrredfi^/in
Page tt-B
x Lcrner
Sees It
Bj MAX LERNER
Mc-rles Tillies S.willlcK.
,, YORK Gentlemen do
other Kcntlemcrt's
-aid Henry Stlmsofl in the
(Ia>s "t 1933, when lie
I [i the "Blhctr'Ttiambc;-"
group.
nder British prodding
[ i \ gather Intelligence <>n
( earl Harbor shed a new
I secret operations, and
i iss clinched it and
-./ young men expert-
spying and dirty tricks.
Harry S. Truman in
eacetimc Central Intel-
h'IA i was set up
nn> eniently vague char-
DIVVY THERE is a furor
Fo Committee an I
i,m it cave the CIA for
in Allende's
e rome a Ion aj
iri -minded
j cSu s
I an I Seen I
I : eas-
cssional leaders
. i 'IA's
. tii
tl : strategy n ts
is] in b< tween <

the Allende gove n
r,i and defensive efforts t"
.-., icnde from gobbling up
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACT-ON
oTRUCTIVE SERVICE
,no pRoreTYi
| CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
F tlORIDA IN AND FOR
D C VIL ACTION NO. 74-257S
tCTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
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. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
|E.ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOSEPH NESBITT
PROBATE NO. 74-6757
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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in- m 11, ninnda Ajrain*! Said
h. r.-l.i nollfli a :ii-.i t li
ci> aw i ininis ami demand*
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KEUJirT rjORHON
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'MAIM i:s OORPON
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the remnants of Independent |ia-
I era and parties and establishing
a one-party state.
IT IS a mailer >! shadings,
bul tfiey may make a diffcence
unless you believe in sweep-
iir. avay the whole s|MKik castle
i>t the CIA Intervention tactic,
Victor Marchettl and John I).
Maiiis, in a Iw m j< which appeared
with censored deletions and is
bound to become an anti-CIA 11
I le "The CIA and the Cull
ui Intelligence" (Knopfiargue
powerfully for the sweep awa
But I doubt that they will get
far.
The reason is that the nation
Ls not prepared for the disman-
tling process which the more
drastic critics "f the CIA want
in fait, the e has never
i '. a real debate on the phi-
losophical question 01 whether
an American democracy has tlte
i r hi hi not to "' i'. at a ainst
oven i in
i e
to Ik) s icli a do-
there 'arc I
Do > i .
i-
: itel no Tins
; i we i
shoiiid '. '' Mini"! h \
inisti alive set rp?
IK \\:: cuntin le the
i, i- there h wa> ol gi\ins
: essionnl ci
eftecth control ove it as Sen.
Hen Bd':er 11: Tenn. i and
Sen. Lowed Weirkei '(,. Conn.i
want i" lo?
I s is[a ci that most members
it i '..ii ;ess .'." ild sa yes in
I- in the first question
be in answer to I le
ami no to the ii i. My own
f( i liny is thai the five-member
Forty Committee ne ds an In-
fusion of at least a few critical
. ..ii -.I-, ional members, II not on
the la c leakj si i e the two
> nators want.
Despite the humiliation of the
disclosures and t:' hurt they
wi:i do in the American image
worldwide, from India t" Swed-
en, tram Canada t" Argentina,
ili.' CIA i-< likeb i" survive the
storm.
THIS isvt the Bay of Pigs,
where failure was aided to dls-
tfrarc. When the full Chilean
,-ha.iier eomes lo be written i"
the history >! the CIA tl"' his-
torians will add a postscript:
P.S. Allende fell.
Most congressmen today, if
confronted by historical choice
hetwtcn Allende's continuance In
; oAver and hi.-- fall, wmdd cl.....sc
the latter. It they will the eml,
Uiej won't iKit the means.
IIKMJV KISSINGER must
race the other side >! the aame
pioimsiriort He keeps saying that
the United States was noi involv-
ed m the coup tlwl overthrew
Allende. SI letly, this is doubt-
less true,
!>,.,! it you vvil'cd the moan*.
,., aie morally resi mil
the consequi nces the) led lo.
you can't wash your halt Is ol
them, in ii"-1 '1-'' ''"' '"""'
(luences were the militai) coup
and the siill unc\plulned deith
ui' Allende.
I rnusi add thai there wa.......
WH3 the Unit d States could
hn\-e escai el the resinmsihility
hv seeking to tame the cruelties
and tortures of the new militai)
,,.. [me when it came to i' ver.
TRl'K, THAT would have
nieanl intei \-entlon in the affairs
of a rriendly goveinmcnt. Uul
we had nlreadj intenened
against an unfriendly one.
Actually I reel less bad abnul
what the Forty Committee did
secrotly to the Allende regime
than I do aboirt whal the State
Deportment failed to do openly
in it- successor,
The later lack "f action was
the arid lest ..r our good faith
in the earlier action.
Among the community leaders who met re-
cently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Luby to plan lor Sunday's Raphaely art ex-
hibition at the Hebrew Academy of Greater
Miami were (from left) Mrs. Lester Mishcon.
Mrs. Sidney Poland, Miss Sue Berkowitz,
Mrs. Jack J. Weiss, Mis. NoiqMpn Schindler
and Mrs. Luby, who is working with E.
Allan Backer as cochairman of the 1 p.m.
"dedication of the Wall in ths new Merwitzer
Building painted by the well known Israeli
artist.
Ramblewood Easfs 1st Phase
Of Construction Is Complete
The Council of Jewish Organi-
zations in Civil Service, Inc., the
Jew i
  • the Shorn rim Society, and T-'
    other affiliated member organ!-
    . ;; ions ha' e nade siiecial ar-
    nents with Ran b'ev.....I
    ! i f Coral Spi in: s
    tu offer theii and
    fr'.ei i- .hi
    1 i .,;. n de\elo|-menl m
    i, ail
    . n
    cept-
    d i ili the
    State Attn Gei As you
    ma;
    ni I!-,- I; i< test i ilum
    laws in the rot ntr; and there
    mm, few Ploi la undiiniin-
    nts thai would
    subject liii In ch in-
    ti iso scl '.ilin and : e\ lew.
    Four i pes ai e a> ailabie In
    leautifiil two and five story
    hu I lings -' bedroom 2 bath;
    2 i Iroo i i i ath; I bedroom 1
    rath; l bedroom l'a hath, all
    \ ith i a!eonies The del ixe elec-
    i. ie kitchen includes a 2-door. M
    , i ft, frost-fi-ee refrigerator-
    i.. (vit. ; ange, filtereil hood and
    i age llsi osal unit, All 2 i d
    ath units also include
    dishv ashcr.
    units ne fully carpeted,
    and have individually conti-olled
    , iiiril heal and an conditioning
    units.
    The main recreation area will
    include a luxuriousl) appointed
    j.'i.ooo s'l. ft. clubhouse. Indoors,
    there will be arts and crafts and
    UGAi NOTiCI
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    11TH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    NO. M.iojW
    GENERAL JURISDICTION
    DIVISION
    NOT CE BY PUBLICATION
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    iv THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO. 74-b."6
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    i in. -...... will be burred
    l.-il. .1 ,l Mi:.ni' r'lortdH. Mn- Hill
    ,).,, .., ...-'.I r. V fl "7!
    \i VKY M, '...'' IRIMS
    \. Iv\... lll.iv
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    ., ,,,i, ,i ,.r i. ioi,. r. ii'Ti.
    \ I VY i'KISI'.'I KStiUIRb.
    x,,,.,,.,. for Ksecnnis
    I .Noi III. .'-' I''i'' i ^v ""'
    Ml. Mil. l'")ol I. II. 1*1*1
    One of the compleled buildings in the Ramblewood East
    compi-x en NW 4Uth Street one block east of University
    Diive. Coral Springs.
    in :
    si w in: rooms, billiui d ru >m,
    game rooms, si..an room, sauna
    i ath, whirlpool, massage mom, a
    health gym, an auditorium and
    stave, kitchen and snack bar.
    < mil1.1... s there will be shuffle
    hoard courts, regulation tennis
    couits, dressing rooms, a tn'xNO'
    heated pool and an 18-hole put-
    ting rroen. Hiere w ill be three
    additional ret,cation arc;.-, each
    with its own pool, one ol which
    is already completed and in use.
    Complete recreational and so-
    cial programs will be available
    ,ads. Man Jnngg. bingo,
    dancing, music, concerts, drama-
    tics, lecture series, shows, art,
    sculptuie, and sports ol all
    i i ..'-
    Ramblewood Kas\ In ("oral
    Springs is located i" the very
    heart of the Florida East Gold
    Coast ana lx tw.cn Miami and
    Palm Beach. Coial Springs is ac-
    claimed as one of the most beau-
    tiful communities in the South-
    eastern United si,iics with no
    shims or crime problems.
    Coral Springs, a suburb of Forl
    erdnle, Is close t" every-
    thing, i 'i -ni i eaches arc within
    nine miles. It's a golfer's paradise
    .. in, |0 i II co uses within a fif-
    teen .. nul ill i'
    Prices which are stlbjoel to
    ehanj e, range fnm S17.585 to
    s.:'.,_'(i:i. Financing is easily avail-
    able to qualified applicants tot
    as mui h as v.i', .if the purchase
    pi ice.
    The total esiimated mainte-
    nance i.i ranges from S4N
    in s;",ti ir month. M inclti <
    rare and ui>kee|i of all common
    areas, insurance and taxes ol
    ,-,11)110011 property, upkeep ami
    glinting c\i. rior ol apartmenl
    iinfls, wal i "it sewer, mana e
    .in-lit in- the total property, as
    ivojl as the o; rating coats of
    iii,. bus, tram and recreational
    facilities.
    There are no contracts foi
    the management of tin recrea-
    tional facilities or property. Th<
    . .. iiw ii..; s thems 'lves,
    through thi: own elected board,
    will i.'o this on a non-|iroi'if basis.
    A1 the |>rescn1 time, the first
    . ,,. ci nstmction at Ram-
    l)l( wcH.d i a-i ls complete, and
    .' i,i are manj residents, most
    ,,, vi hom are rcth-ed or currenl
    members of the Council, or
    friends who will >*? spending
    their winters enjoying the Flor-
    ida sunshine.
    The second phase ol construc-
    tion is well underway, ;""i
    should he completed by the early
    part of next year. Thus. Ram-
    blcwood Kasl can accommodate
    purchasers who are ready to
    move in now. in two months.
    four months or six months!
    A special deal is currently be-
    ing offered to thOM who are
    ready t" b ly now. If you buy
    now in certain completed build-
    ings you will not have to make
    your first mortgage payment
    until SIX MONTHS from now,
    This is mi outstanding value, and
    ;, .,,; i savings, for you can be
    living In your condominiums and
    , ,,, [ng the winter season,
    witlio .t making a single princi-
    pal oi interest payment.
    To insure you that Interest
    will noi arn ue during the six
    months, the developer Is guari
    teeing thai they will pay, In ad-
    i I,.-,., in the mortgage lendi r
    the accrued interesl a saving
    io you nl as much as $950.
    To gel more information r -
    canting this limited special, we
    s.i.-:csi thai you call the offices
    ol RamblewiKu' East, TOLL
    i-Ki i: from Miami or Hollywood
    at SM9-."8I0.
    , ), '. ,ii .- yi t. go out and e
    for vhiuscm. Ramblewood Easi
    i< located on NW 40th Stre
    . ,i one i :..-!v easi of Unh/i i -
    sii- Drive in Coral Springs,
    i you have friends or reli -
    live- in New York who arc li -
    I, ,.-i..i in buying a Florida con-
    dominium, have them get in
    touch with the volunteers at the
    office of the Council of Jewish
    ni anizntion in Qvfl Servt i
    Inc.. located ai 11 West iL'n.l
    St. Suite l Vi. New York City.


    Page 14-B
    Jenifi fhridliair
    Friday. October 18. 1974
    bituaries
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    LEGAL NOT'.CE
    LEGAL NOTICE
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    BHIBl EY "i ITU of MB nnss-
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    Instltuti Bui v d by husbi nd Bi n>
    Marl n of Carmel,
    Calif, dan Sharoi Koch.
    Mlran Hi Muriel Roth-
    stein of I'tlo n v and ; arandchll-
    dren S< n ri eld Sunday al
    Riv. pel H i*h interrr-
    Lakeside Mem rial Park
    BUfnrssti donationi t. Temnle Me-
    norah oi thi Miami Heart Inatltute
    FOX Root K Of Miami Newman.
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    GORDON FUNERAL HOME
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    IN IRAM, Otho Sta : 50. i f M
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    LEPIE. Max. 57. i ; M ami Bea ti
    Newi
    R kPAPORT, Max Israel, of Miami.
    Rlvi rslde.
    HOROWITZ, William 33, of Holly'
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    CUSTOM CRAFTED
    IN OUR WORUHOP
    4444921-4444922
    3279 S.W. Stk ST.. MIAMI
    GELB
    MONUMENTS INC.
    Open fyery Day Closed Sabbath
    140 SW 57th Avenue
    Phone 266-2888
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    ARRANGEMENT*
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    133SS W DIXIE MWY N.M.
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    "lI'VL'DAI unU. i. i.'e"
    FUNERAL HOMES, INC.
    DIRECTORS:
    Irwin Jeffer
    Medwin Jeller Alvin Jetfer
    188-11 HILLSIDE AVE HOLLIS. L.I.
    1283 CONEY ISLAND AVE .BKLYN.
    212/776-8100
    13385 WOIXIEHWY.MIAMI
    305/947-1185
    Represented b Sorniy 1 enil F D.
    625 S OLIVE AVE .WPALM BEACH
    305/833-4413
    Represented by PMp Meimlein. F D
    Chapels available in all
    communities in New York and
    throughout the Miami.
    W Palm Beach areas
    Repre
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    FRANK B. DOWLING
    PRCBATE NO. 74-45C2
    of
    Y E 11INDBR,
    NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
    .- oi i i mandi L

    Yi u an herein
    present n
    i. ma' \ ass thi
    K R1NDER.
    Dade Count)
    Ii County.
    hr 'ami du I
    n S on 73! I i''
    ui ts
    uii'v Florida,
    mthe from thi
    : rni the find oublii I I
    aim will be be i
    - n P i-1.. this 11 th
    \ l' ."?<
    : I -
    i i Subat
    of thii tlce on
    f Ooti I'ir. 1974.
    BKEUER *. SCHREIBER
    v '.I v i SI HREIBER
    for S ibi tltute Bxe utrlx
    I rd SI NMB, Fl
    Id
    NO-XE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IE HEREBY GIVEN thai
    i1, b !. desirlnn I Kaari
    but ..... ,:.: thi fictitious name <>f
    SAFE INSI'RANCE IGENCY at SfiOB
    N W 181 SI N 1 ade. Fla Inti mis
    to rei ii"' with thi Cli
    of thi u inuri nf Dade County,
    da.
    R( IBERT M SAEF INSURANCE
    v. Y INC
    A Floi da C rooration
    SI r>Fl ESQ
    ..
    vne B Miami. Fla i. "
    in 18-25 11 1-8
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    > !>'' n:i GIVEN thai
    the undi
    mi of
    INS CENTRAl Bl """ ,; W 7th
    Miami. 1" '
    i ,|1" >'"-
    ..i i m ..i i ladi i "ounty, Fl
    EN< Y. INC.
    I .itli'ii
    I I SI
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    _.-. b e Blvi M ml, Fla SS137
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN thai
    tl.e undi eslrlna; ti
    i
    AGE.N'i
    N Dadi
    i i aim
    . of thi uli Court of I 'i'
    i ui Florida

    \ Fli......oi atlon
    SE11 SO
    :, anl
    Blvd.. Miami. F
    11/1-8
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NUME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
    I m del Bin '-'"- ?'
    under the fictltiout name d
    INS SWIF IN81 RANCE AGENCY
    . \w 183 S N Dade, Fla
    :.. a-;- said am< iih the
    i lerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
    County, Florida
    MAKS IN81 R \'-Ii GEN Y, INC
    a Florida C rooration
    HERBERT SEIDE1 ESQ.
    toi A nol
    BZ1S Hi- avn< Blvd Miami Fla. S8W
    10 18-26 n 1-1
    IN TME CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENT" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA iN ANn FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PRCIBA^E DIVISION
    JOSEPH NESBITT
    PROBATE NO. 74-6779
    IRtl '
    1RBRAM

    NOT'CE T0 CREDITOPS
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    v. Den
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    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO. 74-6680
    JOSEPH NESBITT
    i RE Estate of
    LORENZO <; DEL PORTII.T.O
    die,. ped
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Cradltora mid All Persona Hv-
    I ine Claims or Demands Acalnst Sa'd
    Bi tate:
    You are hereby notified and reauir-
    ed to present any claims and demands
    which you mav have airainst the es-
    tate ui LORENZO O. DEL POR-
    TILLO, deceased late of Dad.- County.
    Florida, to the Circuit Judces of Dade
    County, and file the same in duoli-
    ate aih\ aa provided In Section 733.16.
    l-'lorida Statutes, in their offices in
    the County Courthouse tn Dade Coun-
    tv. Florida, within four calendar
    months from the time of the first
    publication hereof, or the same will
    be barred
    I"i!,.i al Miami. Florida, this 9th
    day of October. AD. 1S74.
    CHARLES rlARKIDO
    As Kxecutor
    First Humiliation of this notice on
    ii day of lotobar 19T4.
    QER \l !i 8II.VBRMAN
    Attorney f"r Executor
    100 Roberts Bulldlrur, Miami. Florida
    10/11-18
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    - HI REBY GIVEN thl '
    . i .... dei ni
    undei the flci
    SAEF INSITR \'. iGENi V
    s v: 188 St.. N l lade. Fla
    . i th the Clerh
    Court I ounty,
    M SAEF r- -
    VOENi Y I.Ni
    \ or ,l.i '' .
    . i | ; f;Sy
    Atti v foi \n
    .. I : r 7
    ii' 18-:
    i\ THF riRClJi^ COURT rr THE
    ELEVE'.TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DAOE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO. 74-6320
    ii- i
    ERMAN,
    ...,i
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    Ti ||tnr ill 'l \'l P<
    mi or 11, iiiai.ii- Arm d
    ''-'all'
    . i.\ notll
    i i i i n i s and di
    v 1 > li vou mav hi i asra Insl ii -
    DAVID BIT VERMAN
    late i f Dade ( lorlda.
    nf i lade Countv.
    ind fi'i th, s.,in.- in iluijl'. iti !
    Hot 788.11 '
    eh office* in thi i
    1 In Dade Chip ty, Florida.
    dar month" fi '
    i !n of il e fir-t nu'. hen of.
    bai red
    Florida, i!
    i r \ 11 11-74
    PR !STl IN 7. SILVERMAN
    \- Executor
    1- -' publication of this notice on
    h rlai of i ictober 1974
    RERG, FROMBERG & UOTH,
    P A
    Sh oi i: i
    . foi !' ton 7. Silverman
    I ;> utor
    IS W ; ia-|( 81 M-102
    Miami. Kt.-i ,
    1( '
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLOP'DA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTV
    PROBATE DIVIS:r -.
    FRANK 3. DOW -.
    PROBATE NC "-

    SBERG.
    TiC: TO CREDITORS
    FVi
    and 1 .
    -
    ffici

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    on
    the D
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    407 Lini Road. Mlai
    .
    10
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE'
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR =
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO. 74.6304
    J. GWYNN PARKER
    In RE Of
    LRENCE STEWART
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    nd All Pere t Mnv-
    1 N 111..:.'I- \i... bald
    tl
    You j hi no Ned and oulr-
    in- ai .1 di manda
    a mas i.av. aMlnst the es-
    . RTHI'R i'i ARENCE STI W-
    \': '...... ii I >adi i N iintv.
    u:i JudKi a of D
    and i I'.mli-
    i'.......i In t,
    in. s in
    urtl u Ii 11:......un-
    !' within four call ndai
    time of the first
    hereof, tir the aamt will
    rred.
    M ami. Florida, this 4th
    tol \ fi !!>74
    .a hi MLDINO
    a- Executrix
    i rst publication of this notice on
    day of October. lf>74
    LAW ICES OF JACK J TATFER
    Attorm v for Kxe.utrix
    I.VI 7tl Street
    3188
    10/11-18
    IN THE COLNTV JUDGFS COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA
    IN PROBATE
    NO. 74-2642
    Ii RE Estate <
    \l OB IREENE a k/a
    1 IB GREEN
    .1
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    - and All P<----- H y.
    r I manda An Said
    Esta
    You bj nol fled and reoutr-
    iny i i.iim- and i
    have acnln.-t the I
    K'OB GREENE .. k a JA-
    COB GREEN deii ased late of T>
    to tl ii-
    i t 11- sami in
    i .. idi d Ii Sec! n
    rlda S atuli In thi Ii of.
    ' untj '' urth use n
    : i, i 4 en-
    '. : thi In I t
    eof. or Un I trill
    I'. Rt Mian Florida, Il 4'h
    til
    :
    C.T.A
    on
    . ober, 1974
    DAVID F l
    \ tratix C.T.A
    I

    I
    IN ~"E C'RCUIT COURT CF THE
    ELEVEN '_ ICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLOP'DA iN AND FOR
    DAD"; COt NTV
    PROFJ,TE DIVSION
    PRCBATE NO. 74-6015
    JOSEPH NES3ITT
    in the circuit court of the
    i-th judicial circuit in and
    for dade county. florida
    general jurisdiction
    division
    CASE NO. 74-286R4
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    Thi M irriaari OI
    EXPAN1 is PETIT-JEAN
    Husl I
    and
    RO! i: MARY PETIT-JEAN,
    T(i: ROSE MARY PI
    \ DI 1
    It.
    YOU ARE HERI I1Y i fed thai
    a Petltloi Dlasolutd Mam iae
    n filed auaii..-i you and \".i are
    by i. nuln d to servi .
    ti w er .....thi i line to the
    Pel! the Husband'i vtti rnev
    i ESTER ROGERS whi Be addn i
    154 N.W. 17 Avi nue Miami. F
    33125, and fill tl i ,1 with the
    Clerl if the abovi url on or
    before Hi. I2i A da i \. ember,
    11, or a Di fault will i.....ntered
    :.L'aMlst vou.
    DATED this 4th day of October.
    1M74.
    ItlciiAI'.Ii P. BRINKER
    Cli i k of the en ii i -,,urt
    By I., ayai \
    ______________________10/11-18-25 11/1
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    IN PROBATE
    NO. 74-6144
    In RE: Estate of
    Wll i.iam B SOLTZ a k'a
    WILLIAM in -1 ER si n.T/,
    deceased,
    NOTICE OF PROBATE
    THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
    To Ai.l. PERSONS INTERESTED IN
    THE ESTATE OF said DECEDENT,
    lou are hereby notifidi thai a
    Written instrument liurnortinx to he
    the last Will and testament of said
    decedent haf been admitted to nrohate
    in said Court. You are hereby com-
    manded within six calendar months
    from Ui, date of the first publication
    of this notice to appear in said Court
    and show cause, if any you can. why
    M e action of said Court In admitting
    ml will to probate should not stand
    unrevoked.
    JOSEPH NESBITT
    circuit Judare
    Hy l.OI'S F. l'A.STOItKiEI.Ii Clerk
    11 kPIRO FRIED. WEI* A BCHEER
    Attornej for Estate of William
    i: Soltl
    4"7 I in, ..In R id,
    Miami it, a n Florida 1.1139
    First publication of thli notica on
    thl 11 th day of October. 1974.
    W/11-U-8J ii/i

    N'CTICE TO CREDITORS
    d A Person I -
    i ii mands a ..


    -.' ii
    nl SARAH LINK, di
    hi
    a ii f Dade Coil i
    nd in pr
    n Si rlda Statuti ri
    r ofl In the I 'ounts I

    ntha from the time "f the
    I d hereof, or thi ......
    will 1
    Miami, Florid th
    obei \ I > 1974
    Bl'NICE SHE5I i i R
    Find ubll i n t this notice on
    Oi tobi r 1974
    HEHHI RT Z M LRVIN
    Attoi Executrix
    ri B7tl Avi nue. Bu ti
    m n-ij
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    ''!: IS HEREBY OIVEfi
    the undi .i.-ii nc i,, .
    t the fli
    'i "-1 ST DBNTAI.-ME1
    IN Miami I ii M
    Intendi .....rlati -id
    the Clerk of the Cli uit
    Court I I ladi l Ytunty, Florida,
    Rl isi-: Nl ROFF
    S VND1 BR \- B LNDLBR, P A.
    Attorm fi Rose Noroff
    _________________________ 10/4-11-18'M
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
    "" i......Bianed, deslrlmt to enmufi In
    undi r th.- fictitious name of
    Bl 1995 8 W. First Street.
    Miami. Fia. intenda to reartstei I
    name with the cierk of the Circuit
    Court i i Dade County, Florida
    VAZAR DISTRIBUTORS INC
    I0/1I-M 11/1-8
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    thi undersigned, deslrina to enaaai In
    -. under the fictitious name of
    sss SCIENTIFIC SELECTION
    BERVI4 F at Nankin Bid*., IMM N E.
    lath Ave. Suite 118, North Miami
    Beach Fla. .13162 intends to i,
    aid name with the Clerk of Ihe Cir-
    cuit Court ni Dade County, Florida.
    Rl 'BERT AI'FEE
    1.100 N.E. 157th St
    North .Miami Beach. Fla. 33U7
    m/18-26 118-I
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, deslrina to engage in
    huwnesa under the fictitious name of
    INNER VIEW ENTERPRISES at
    8222 EMscayne Blvd.. Miami. Florida
    intends to register said name with the
    t ..rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
    County, Fli rlda
    INNER view ENTERPRISES
    ...K"-Vm*"ld tiardncr. 1'resid, nt
    Ml, helm. .1 Wessler. Secretary
    Attorneys fur INNER \IE\V
    ENTERPRI8BS
    SHAPIRO \. MARCUS
    141 Hn 1 A v.- Suite 1050
    Miami Florida 33131
    10/18-25 11/1-8


    October 18. 1974
    vJmisti FkridFiair?
    Page 15-B
    IFGAl NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    LKAl NOTICE
    e CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    JDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
    DACE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    E = NERAI JUR'SDICTION
    DIVISION
    CASE NO. 71-22933
    Ice of suit for damages
    Ion promissory note
    I n\k OP MIAMI BEACH,
    banking corporation.

    ;BRACKEN VENTURES. INC
    . i Duration,
    n t AitTHl'K and
    BRACKEN.
    is.
    T ARTHUR
    m, i Di
    B
    ... .I Sew York
    E HEREBY NOTIFIED
    nit for daman on *
    Sote has beei filed n I
    this our and : u are
    erv< ., cons i I youi i'
    ny, to II r.i LESLIE
    ;i i; of Ci PI N NE-
    V\V OFFICES Itoi ft for
    Iff. whose address It IM
    nlfrey Road, Miami I
    i". and file the
    Clerk of ili- above itvled
    I,, for,- NVv Is- I '71
    di fault "ill i>e ent< 11 I
    u the relllef pi as I for
    m"lalnl or petll
    . thall i" i>n" I I
    foi four consi ntlvi > iek
    t ISH PL" IRIDIAN
    SS my hand and the
    Mi..in .1 i. on tins
    .-, di 1974.
    -,>:|, p BRISKER,
    lei k, Cii uii "ourt
    . County, Florida
    BY: I. AVAI.A
    \~ Deput* Clerk
    ,. m:\:ns
    Plaintiff
    .. rtodfret Koad
    !". i id i ::::M'>
    9 .: 10 i -11-M
    I
    NOTICE of action
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    ,NO PROPERTY)
    I--E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    |VE\TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    OADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-27417
    IE M vi.:i AGE I >F
    i VSDO GIRALDO,
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR DACE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    GENERAL JURISDICTION
    DIVISION
    CASE NO. 74.28036
    NOTICE BY UBLICATION
    IS RE Thi Ma.......
    b PHASIE SHBLNUTT,
    Petll
    DAVID T SHELNCTT.
    i .!. M
    TO: Mr David T Shelnutt
    > lenei r I lellverv
    San Fi n< I n Calif
    1 RE HEREBY S 'TIFIED
    I on for l >llut
    hi In
    ove cause, and vou
    ii ., \ opt ,[ your v wer the
    he Pel
    M Mr: IS BL1TSTEIN. 144"
    N W I4tl 11 nue, Miaui
    i rlglnal
    Offlci the Clerk i I thi I Ir-
    , ii i urt i or befoi I I
    Sovember, <:-74. others a Del iul1
    will I ii i t you
    IIATE1' ..; Man, .1 i nil SOth
    Sent 1974
    RJPH I RP P BRISKER,
    l .. rk of i 'u ull I 'ourt
    Miami I>..'! a:---. I"
    Bs '' i iR \ El MS
    Depute Clerk
    uri Bi i
    in 4-11-18-25
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    SOTICE IS HEREBY OIV'EN that
    the undersigned, desiring to enaa:e
    in business under the titious name
    of Al EMER COIFFURES it 8771
    Red Road, South Miami Florida In-
    tends to register said name a th the
    the Ircnil < touri of I ade
    i untj Florida
    MERCEDES ROMER )
    v 1'RICE FISKEU BSQ
    \ irnei I i tpu ant
    Ru im Robi rl! Bul Img
    : w Flagli i Strei
    Ida : 130
    it 4-ii-i'-:->
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS hflSRKM' :' i-.v that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    In business under tne tictltious name
    of BuSan .1 Garner Enti
    167 N E 9th Avenue. N. Miami
    i I B2, sun.' ..... B, Intendi
    to register said name w Ith the I 'lei -.
    rcult of 1' i i bounty,
    i rlda.
    BCS IN J. OOSSKY
    l" I '
    11 t
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    Nl rTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the u lei -:t d, desiring
    In t'-a- ness under the m name
    of -' s ,- Balei ft Supply Co., at losr.
    Street
    end gist r said i imi >
    Clet rcult -u: l of Dade
    i i da
    George Laughlln Morrison, OWNER
    i >avid M i lonsnak
    A: : : t v f ir Am.I.-ant
    ... 20-37 1-11
    CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
    CIRCUIT. DAOE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA
    GENERAL JURISDICTION
    DIVISION
    NO. 74-27042
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IS RE THE MARRIAGE OF:
    l.ns i: PEREZ-SAVARRO
    Husband,
    KOF \ \ PEREZ-NAVARRO
    Wife
    You. SORA A PEREZ-NAA VRRO
    last ki residence, 1718 S
    Di Apl So 7. Madison. Wli
    7i are herebj serve a
    , .,i your An-"er to the lllssnlu-
    of Marriage filed aga ni vou
    m I.ii band attorni i. GEl IRGE
    SICHOl as ESQ 812 N Vi. 12th Ave,
    iui Miami, Floi Ida ind [ le
    riglna i th I 'lerk of < "ourt oi oi b -
    ' re Sovember l 1974: otherwlsi the
    Petll Ion a III i......nfei serf by vou
    Dated thli :7th day of September.
    RICHARD P BRINKER. CLERK
    BY: ,i s l-.Al.KlNI>
    I'-nUtv Clerk
    1" 4-11-1S-25
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of
    FLORIDA 'N AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO. 73-5807PARKER
    Ii, RE: Estate of
    BR W MEYER
    ii. easerl
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    nd A I1 '
    mi or I lemandt Agali
    Vi a ire hereby notllled u a n iu --
    eil to present any claims and demands
    which vou may have gainsi tl
    of WALTER W MEYE
    '.ii. of Dade I "oui :j Florid
    circuit Judges of l >.
    . thi san n Iu
    , l in Se. tion 1 ''
    Statutes, In their office* i
    Dade '
    : !.,. ithln
    tlm ol the flrsl in
    .....ime will
    - Miami. Flor -l i, this 4tn
    la> i t i tobi r, A D 1974
    LOIS MBY1 ;:
    a Exe i'
    1 publlcatli t'^'e on
    u of Dctc er 174.
    man. I;- Idstc In ft Pacaie*
    Attorneys for Executrix
    .4-,i West Flaa Stri et.
    Miami. Florida. SS13S
    I

    pr
    S'A GIRALDO.
    -.. nt
    , El ENA GIRALDt I
    unknown!
    ,CTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    ARE HEREB1 NOTIF ED
    ii for Ulaaolui km of Mar-
    i- bet n filed agalnal I ,,-j and
    i: i, ,i to serve a --i|1 -'
    defenses, if any. to II on
    i,i >SS, at tome j for :'
    a Idreas l-'l S W.
    Miami, Florida IS 118.
    thi nal with the cli -
    , at) led court on or ba-
    mber '.. 1974. otharwlae a
    be entered agalnat vou
    . ( demanded in the c >m-
    Del lloi
    . shall be published
    - lour cow cul
    IW1SH FLORIDIAN
    mj hand and th.- '
    .it Miami. Florl
    Bi l 1974
    * l.i. P BRINKER
    a- i "lerk. Circuit Ci
    County, Florl
    I -. 1 1. A V A I A
    As Deputy Clark
    Seal)
    KoSS. BSOUIRE
    ' i. AVI nue
    18131
    i', in loner
    .7 10 4-11 -18

    .v
    rng circuit court of the
    . ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    r_Gr-IIDA. IN AND F03
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO. 74-3719
    ' oi
    ItriNt K JAMES CARUN
    eased.
    CITATION (Publicat-anl
    '1 i: OF KI c. I; 11. \
    iNE A CARUN
    tond Avi -me.
    Hills Pennsylvania
    ther pel na concei ed:
    I reby notified thai pe-
    .....ii filed in aald Court
    - r--r Leilers of Adm
    i in l..teby required t i file
    tten defi there! nithli
    Us aftei the flrsl pub
    hereof, and sen I
    if upon petltloner'i
    and addreai are FRAN-
    . 0 v \ RACH. P A 480 I
    in Beach, Florida
    iu fail to do to, ludgment ma-, be
    i in due courae ut-n the petl-
    " ITN'KSS mv hand seal
    I >ui i .a I lade County, f -
    la] ol Bepti miier. 1974
    Kk'HARD 1' BRINKER. Clerk
    SADINE B, JENNINGS
    1'- puty I'lerk
    ! :7 10 4 -11 -' -
    NOT'CE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    :: IS HEREBY OIVJ6S U "
    I-- underslKiMd, desiring to engage
    1 under the fMtltioua names
    Ml Medical Broup r
    ition: Sirca! Medical i Iroup;
    f I SlegaL D.O The >ver -ithl
    !" i al Clinic at 390 \V 49th 3
    - 'h Fla S80A2 Intends to restistar
    ' imes with M-.- t'.-rk >( tne CHr-
    iurt of Hade County. F ir
    MEDICAL QROCP. P A
    a Florida Corporation
    9/87 l 4-ll-iR
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    INO PROPERTY!
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    ,-LORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-28050
    PETITION FOR D SSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    IN RE
    AN'i i "INE AMARTISIEI
    Husband, Petitioner.
    VELMA WIGGINS PENERMI N
    LAM 4.RTINIERE
    w ife, Resi......lent
    -:. i VELMA IGGINS
    PBNERMi IN LAMARTINIERE
    ,|m; NOTIFIED
    :. for Dlssolui on of vour
    Mi, age i^.i> i..... ''- ; ,r "
    ...i in this court and i -u ar.......uired
    to serve a ops of your rltten de-
    on D \mi-.i. nl-.T-
    r ,.-r E8Q1 rney foi Pel I I
    -i .... Idreat It 100! C >nsmat
    111 S.E S.....nd Avei u<- Mi-
    ami. Florida IS'82 and Hie the prjg-
    thi bovi
    i lefore No\ m i 1974:
    - vi bi ti
    , u foi oraved ror
    WITNESS mv hand and the
    .... | art ai '- an Fl( i la oi this
    ol S Dten '..... 74
    . h M::- P BRINKS
    \. i i nit i
    rlda
    By C P COPELAN'D
    A i 1 )eoutn CI
    ' ourl s"';' ..,..,-.
    'ER ES J IRE
    Building
    I S.E 8 -1 iu"
    '- -
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    11th JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    NO: 74-24252
    GENERAL JURISDICTION
    DIVIS'ON
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    BEN ESSEN.
    Plaintiff,
    fi -i CE ANN 1'.' IBIN80N, -
    ,n lYCE ROBINSON,
    Defend inl
    TO: JOYCE ROBINSON _____
    , k a JOYCE ANN ROBINSON
    : uake Avenue
    I-.-, ton Nev. York ,:'':^,_,_rx
    YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    , mol* I '' mori"
    n the following desi rlbed Drop-
    BrUrLol ii in Block : of MID-
    \v v v According '- the I it
    (heri .....'i'l n Plat B
    I pagi the Pul Re -
    ; iade > "ouni I da.
    I ,. D< f| i agali -t v -u by the
    : in reou > '
    -,.rv.. ., ipy f your Answ.
    a ti thi Ci mi lali l un .n tl
    ,.f. A| ...... RICHAR1
    , \ ,iu i b Mian '
    a i swer r
    1 ., ,
    'Ircult Cou......bel
    \. mb< 1974 otl rwlse the
    Con nl ill i'.i i.e
    . ressed l-v vou and a De-
    foull entered agalnal vou.
    DATED ll Mian Hornla tin- -. B
    ,. of S !."- mber 1974 ,
    HARD P BRINKER. erk.
    I rcult Ci urt
    Bj 1- AYA1 A
    deputy Clerk u .
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TKE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO 74-6525
    J. GWYNN PARKER
    I RE: Estati
    Pram es Karanlcas
    Fotlnl Kaninik^s
    - tsed _.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    Tn All Creditors and I Har-
    ng Claims or Denands Agalnat Bald
    Estati ,
    Vou are hereby notified and re.
    to Dresenl inj
    iu: da which you maj ive i
    the estate of F es Karai as a/k/s
    Fotlnl Kara: Ikes dei axed lat
    - Florida I the Irculi
    ..' Dadi County, and I
    sane In duplicate and is provl led In
    - ;.:. Florida S itul -
    iffices In the Countv I'-unh-.u-'e
    le County, Florid i wt'hin four
    lai m ii -:- from th time oi the
    oubll latlon hereof, r tl same
    be h.irred.
    Filed al Mian- Flor I i this Jrd
    d ,v -; .....ber, A l> 1974.
    iRGE KARANICAS
    As Executor
    Fi'>' publication of this notice on
    : day oi October. 1974.
    i lerald B1K erman
    Attorney for Executor
    500 k ...,--- Building. Miami, ^....j-
    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. 74-27043
    IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
    DM rHT FARQC VHARSON.
    and
    : IZZIE FARQl'AHARSON.
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    -i i >./.. Farquaharaon
    . \ ulevard
    Bax'es :'!" ___
    IEHEBY
    o ... n for D solutli i

    : '"
    your Wl "|V ''
    E STONE, nttori
    ......tin '' N W.
    ue Miami. Floi '
    .1 -.--. and fib the orlgli al w
    clerk ol urt on or
    November 1st "
    e entered it vou
    mandi tl m-
    plaint or petition.
    Tiii.- t tlci all be publish* d "nee
    ek foi......Ul '
    n TIIK JEWISH FI.ORII IAN
    WITNESS m> hand ard the seal "f
    , ,i ui- nl Miami, F i da on tins
    ''' ...
    p IlKIN-K
    \. i cireu't Url
    i. ... i -..in I" -: i
    BY: > '-''V '- ''' '' ES
    As Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Ci uri Seal)
    -: -..... Esoulre
    I n \ W 1! Avi tie
    Miami. FI. I '"''<
    1 "'";;'.:'',a 4.1--18
    NOTICE CF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    ,NO PROPERTY!
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTV ____
    CIVIL ACTION NO 7427685
    IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
    f RBDDIE BE ROBERTS.
    pel --.-I.
    and .
    rMJtnvg Rep..iident
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    of marriage
    ;-. | ,;: adys robe!
    .;kh!:i .....i to serve a copy of
    vour written l-'enw. if any, to ll
    Florida
    I 4 -.-.-. ,. i : the original
    ibove s yl.nl
    ... ,,,. bei .... November t, i'..
    , default will be
    .,. : the relief demanded
    ., moUlnl ,.r t.e'i'ioi,
    i otlee -' -I h published once
    ,., ., week for four consecutive weeks
    , THE JEWISB FLORIDIAN.
    WITNEVs mv hand and the seal of
    ,,,! .:.; it Miam- Florida on this
    , "ir.-uit Lourt
    !..,.! County, Florldj
    Bj Wild.if BB JR-
    a i leouty Clerk
    nt Court Se tl
    I i a Ol ''"ire
    1 -I n w ii av ue
    Miami, Fi. S31 'r''
    Attorney foi Pel oner W/4.U.18.M
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OI\ EN tha
    the un lersigned. leslrii l eafe In
    - under the tloti; me o
    . ML AND v.,i. I Ba<
    '' lvl 'f..1;;
    ., intends to v 2aml
    ,.,-lr tb Clerk of tl till Court
    . f Dade Oowrtv. Ftoi
    EVIDlO PBRBJRA
    i...--.-. i: Roth
    v.....i for Applicant
    " "' Av' V 'u .._- ii l
    NOTICE UNDER
    , FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTH B IS HEHKBY GIVEN '.hat
    ' u-uler^iicned. desiring to enHMN
    its under ttie fictitious naraei
    ll Medical Group Professional
    am. si.-gal Medical Group:
    snford Rlegal, D.O.! Th.- overweight
    Clinic at 2201 S Federal
    Mo 331S7 intends
    rk
    County
    r ''" -ii nnic at mmi tt. eenen
    flighh iv. Mi,.mi. Kla U1B7 intends t
    I -aid namea with th
    P< the Clroult Court of Dade Counts
    Inotida
    Drtda,
    dlSGAL MEDICAL GROUP.
    a Florida Corporation
    PA..
    9/2J 10/4-11-W
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE 'S HEREBY GIVEN Uiat
    the undei Igt ed lesil I to em
    SBRVIl E APPI IANCE at
    '," 5."aft h':
    as a Threat* ssr s%s:
    0ottn,5 ESftr A. CUTOU)
    Stephen F Kassler
    Attorney for Applicant
    A 3rd Avenue
    Mian,, FI. IS1M ,0/4-U-18-:5
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    it si JUDICIAL CIRCU'T. IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA
    GENERAL JURISDICTION
    DIVIS'ON
    CASE NO. 71-22932 (DuVal)
    NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DAMAGES
    ON PROMISSORY NOTE
    GARNER BASK OF MIAMI BEA H.
    K corporal
    BDDIB BRACKEN VKNTURBS. INC.
    i t... >n.
    Al D T AKTMCK and
    BPDIE BRACKEN.
    Defendants .___,._
    TO OERA1 D T ARTHUR
    I:, Quabai I M
    Huntington Station
    kE^ESrBY^^OTIFIEB
    -n-d n thlacour. ni5J!
    xrs&s. 55Sa@fc
    M^I8iWHE^F.CESC^
    Ute PUlntifl whose address
    Arthur Gndfrev Road, Miami "' r,
    nl4e, and :. *e <**
    Cterk of th,
    ourt <> or before N ls' .
    3 default i II '" '
    , f,,r the relllji prayed -
    ninlalnt or PeUOon
    .. shall be pul
    each week '' f-ur conse.-utiv* wei
    fnTHE .ICW'SH Ff/mDIAN
    WITNESS my land and the
    our ii Miami FI rlda on this
    -NKEK.
    As Clerk, Circuit ourt
    Dade County, Florida
    BY I. AYA1 A
    A n.-uutv Clerk
    l-YI'KN ft NKVINS
    Attornera for plaintiff
    Arthur Uodfrey Rart,
    Miami Beach. Florida 33140
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELE> ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    C'V'L ACIION NO 74.279J0
    GENERAL JURISDICTION D_ VISION
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRiACE
    IN RK:
    ; h raarrlaae of
    , QERT Ml IRSE. hu.-ha-id.
    -{'ah MORSE, wife
    P-A^gnSSBf NOT
    mtolutlon
    your v ',""
    i-"H'-f H LIPSON itl i" '"r
    i RIBA ind fill ;' Jf,
    ,.- 'i court
    . sovemb.
    igninst
    :,. the
    r petition.
    rsESS im ha I ai I U .....
    , d court at Mum'. P "" ""-s
    ir : 11 tober, 1174 ...
    "rKTHARD P BRINKER ''lerk
    \. Circuit i oui i
    !>iid.- i 'our- v Florid I
    gy ,- r COPB1 AND
    KB Denul
    Btt Court Seal) H-18-25
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    W1TICE is HERBBS- GIVEN thai
    ., .. ,,.,;. r, .' d siring to
    under I'i fictitious name
    - EUSAi*ig/R,B IARDEN
    ,,,,.,.,n,.. d b l QAl DEN
    C1KANERS al WI0 N E. 183rd
    f. u i-i in
    i | the Circuit Court ol Da U
    ' .<,x!1;';riT'i-.-VNK!!S INC.
    K K p.v El D'JAHON
    '' 10/4-11-18-28
    notice or ar-i|-)N
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    INO PPOPERTV.
    IN Thf riRCl'IT COURT nc THE
    ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL C'PCLIT OF
    FLCR'TJA IN ANP FOR
    DiOE COUNTV
    C'VIL ACTION N" 71 "73-3
    ,v ).F --UK W RR1 \nr. I >F
    ,...... RCl 'TT, PETITIONER
    and
    RATMOND !' SCOTT, SR .
    RKSPONPFNT
    ACTION fn PISSOI.UTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    "-,.. R kVMI >ND I- SCOTT
    i -. j hnson Sti
    Rrunsv k h
    PTED
    that '- f ''' Mar-
    I.....n filed agalnal you anil
    vou are reou red to se'vi i i
    ui w rftt< n d. '..... ''
    ,., ,i.;:,.-r i- BCRNS '' ,r
    ......wl --- "Mn l 43 I -
    roln Road. Sir-- S '' -' ',
    ,. ,] \r the ti
    ' '. ''.' '..,'
    ..... ,....... "-1 i,
    , .. ..,,,... default wP be ;
    . ..,; ror the ri I *i m ti oed
    i mol r m.......I
    ........hall be nubl'shed once
    -..'; f ur i--r....."'"'- weeka
    KHE fEWISH PTORIDrAN
    WITNESS mv hand ; I ......'"'
    M am i -nis
    ^rd d .- "- '
    : ,-, vO|. P |P I '
    . .. ., I --
    P i, ,-,.-. I -da
    ,;v- sVt'l '.
    As Deaut* Clerk
    fpin.1tl| ('nil P
    -CRT H BCRNS ESi LE
    -
    : m "'" '
    *".....orP ,':-; i.n.11
    "^jN tmF CIFCU'T COURT of tmE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    F'-ORIOA IN AND FOR
    DADE CUNTV
    GENERAL JUP'SDICTION
    DIVISION
    NO 74.29M2
    NCTITE
    is RE "'' mattei I
    Adot _
    ' ,v v" KOVA ,.Q
    Tn CH >''.' ES H vi'i'l i
    - |i vVest SI
    1 _-_
    ARE HEREBY WJIFIED
    kh\ y .
    i ., -. tit tl
    .... ,. the of the a lul

    .... r anj n Stephen U
    ner's at'--in- v whosa
    . -...... Ptrfl Rn*d, Miami.
    . .,,,-.. N..-.
    .......-I md file ''' "'"
    url elthei b. I ire aerv-
    i- ....-..
    ........,-,. a oe-
    red.against j
    led l> th.
    WITNESS mv hard ind sea
    i- url H M iml. Dade ''"":'',IV!''1','"''''-
    .> if 'i......- l97f-
    ,.,,.- y,... |- .-r \
    r ..... ,-...,. Couri
    ,;i ,- p COPE1 AND
    Deputs Cle'k
    la |ft.25 11 1 -S
    10/4-11-1
    in the circuit court of the
    7th Judicial circuit, in and
    FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    GENERAL JUR'SOICTION
    D1VSION
    CASE NO. 74-27513
    FRANCES LIB IE
    tiff
    - ARD l.VK-F..
    ""NOTICE OF ACTION
    TO- MR BERNARD L-UBXB
    42-5 Klssena Bouli v ard
    Flushing N'en York 11858
    YOU kRE NOTIFIED that an no-
    -., aatahUah for.-ntf de.T-e *
    f. .,:., mrtsnieiit has been 'ia
    u and vou are reaulred to
    to II .....I ALEXANDER
    ntlffa .'lornev.
    ,rt,,r.-^ la Suite ,112 A^BrtJJv
    m dlna 14 N.E First Avenue. Mmmi
    Florida 33132 on or before Novemner
    . | ie the mfinal with the
    Ci-rk urt either i
    -" 'rney or Immed'-
    ..... default
    igalna you for the
    i mded In the Complaint
    WITNESS my hand and the seal Of
    this Court on Sfirt'rnber J^W*-
    1LICHAKH P BRIJ5KER.
    A^ Clerk .'ir-iilt I'nurl
    Dade Countv. Klondn
    i;V 1. AYAI A
    As Deuutv Clerk
    /a; io/4-ii-is
    IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTV
    PROBATE DIVISION
    PROBATE NO 74 6?05
    J. GWYNN PARKER
    ' '"" Esl .' __
    KORMA l-'.WK STEW AH .
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To AJl i-r.d;'. rs and All Persoi Har-
    Halms >r Demand! Aa ilnal Btita
    KV.'.,' .,-. herebs notll I j r-ouir-
    d to pre 'Icmanda
    "ho! re* iy have as tinst I he ea-
    ,Mi,. ,.f KORMA FAi S 81 EW \i deceased 0 SmSL
    to the Circuit Juda i I
    dupil-
    ,-.. md ,6-
    .- in thi
    the County Courthouse Ii Dade >un-
    ty rlda within four al n I ir
    montlii from the time of the first
    publication hereof, or I win
    irred ... ... ...
    Mian this 4th
    das :* .
    i-l AHA V CiARIilN't
    As Exei utrix
    publication >f this notice on
    "> ":h ''-'v 'l-'Vl"'.- 7'tab-ffr
    I AW OFFICES nl- JACK J. TAFFh.it
    Attorney for Kxe.-utrix
    17M n w 7th Street
    Miami. Florida 3JI26 10/11-11


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    Generously,
    Willingly.
    In the spiritual tradition
    of our High Holy Days.
    Through your gift to
    The Miami Beach
    Hebrew Home
    For The Aged.
    Stamped with
    your compassion.
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    HONOR
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    FATHER
    AND THY
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    "OPEN THE DOOR IN 74-75 BUILDING CAMPAIGN
    miami beach
    Home For The Aged
    Expansion Campaign
    Objective: $1,500,000
    C.mf,^t, H.Wqu.r..,. 330 Colllm Ay*, Miami ch. He. (305/473^4*4)
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    In consideration of the tubacriptiont of otheri and the
    obligation to be incurred bated upon pledget received, I
    (we) hereby promite to pay the Miami Beach Hebrew
    for The Aged Expamion Campaign, the win of
    Pte*je $_____
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    Miami Beach Hebrew Home For The Aged
    320 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Telephone 672-6464
    LEONARD ZILBERT
    PRESIDENT
    . MRS. SARA LEVIN,
    Pres. LADIES AUXILIARY *
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    SIDNEY SIEGEL
    EXECUTIVE
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