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

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

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^Jewish Floridian
Combining THi JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 44
\
Miami, Florida Friday, November 1, 1974
,.,. i,y j Price 25 ce
Hussein Gave Up Fate of West Bank at Rabat
a Hus-
Won i vir-
i- c : to the
his country.
ii >ns approve I a dec-
is the Palestine
i irganizal Ion the
! rael Pr< I -sis Irafal Meet 2-A
Peres Statement Stirs Cenlrovcrs) 9-A
Anti l*I.(> Demonstration Mondaj i."> A
11 ht" to sel up an independent cushion here which now gives
nation there. | lioiitj status to Yasir Ai i al
THE rvwiMors" dec- leader of the PLO, the Arab
laiution followed a week ol dis- terrorist group that was last
Symington Says
A toms in Mideast
By YITZHAK RAM
I : !> NATIONS ere that nuclear weapons have been placed in the Middle
. I
Ih r.ade the disclosure in an
v t of a .t-'inent he was reading
-' Committee (Political
n the subject ol "Non-Prollferatli
KVMINGTON, a member of the
l s. delegation to the 29th an-
!i!..i! session of the Central As-
sembly, said. 'With respect to
proliferal n if nuclear weapons
nd the world, it is do longer
:i secret that they are placed in
. pe I the Middle East am.
the Far Bast."
He did ">t identify the nation-
th.it have placed the weapons in
unexpected departure from the
at a meeting of the General As-
Committee), which was discuss-
>n and Related Nuclear issues."
those regions or the countries in
which they are located. The Sena
tm told reporters later that tin
information he disclosed had al
ready been released by the Pen
tagon,
The U.S. delegation was ap-
parently taken by surprise by
Symington's disclosure.
A DELEGATION spokesman
SEN. SYMINGTON
declined to comment on it and
refused to give reporters copies
of the transcript of Symington'!
remarks that contained his dc
parture from the text.
Symington also said, in his de-
Continued mii Page 3-A
Russians Seen Ignoring Agreement
On Emigres as Jews are Threatened
Poor Aid
Grant Gets
Stop
Sign
: i The
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I
ting Court
Jl :i .. sent .1 -ii m-
'ouncil's board
fon.inu-il jii Page 15-A
No Commitment 2-A
UO.000 Figure 6-A
LONDON (JTAl New re
ports of harassment, break-ins
and threats against visa appli-
cants and Jews generally con-
tinued to pour in Horn the So-
i iet I nion less than a week aftei
i e announcement in Washin
ton of the U S -Soviet und< rsl in I
Ihj iposed to elimi
i.; an l ease \ isa
i
i h soui In ,:
i thai n
I cow Jews

III i:i VMEN sa d their
k or
nation-
who h id I >r emigra-
tion, the sources said
In Kiev, hooligans broke into
the apai tment ol Je Ish a< I
Yuri Tartakowski and stole
money and documents while Tar
takowski was staying with his
grandfather. Jewish sources re-
ported.
It was the se.ond time sine-
f> t 18 thai an attempt was madi
tn enter the flat. The sources
-lid thai since Tartakowski has
und i i) and nijht sur
nee b> the KGB. the bur-
glars could not have broken in
tut I v "' th

The 0
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. I II
.
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i

HER IIL'SBA? D
... ,
rcfusei lev
In Minsk, the c vi' il ol the
Continued on Page 8 A
i
the L'nited rations the
in in- utiate
on i il< tine Que tion.
Arab spokesmen here saw the
declaration -is a great Arab vie-
tor> and a defeat for Secretary
(it state Henry Kissinger, under
[ht t
1
Arafal and ig up hi
claim on tI West Bank.
GLOATING ARAB lea
here called the declaration ihe
Continued on P&gC C-A
BOUND THE MOSCOW TRIP
Israel Survives
Kissinger-But
Detente, Too?
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Secretary of State Ilenrv A. Kis
singer's "main aim" in his meet-
ings in Moscow with Soviet
authorities was to enlist Soviet
support for a peaceful settlement
in the Middle East, according to
Prof. Hans J. Morgenthau
But. the political scientist
warned. 'It must not be an im-
posed peace." He observed that
one of the logical possibilities of
settling the Middle East conflict
"is imposing a settlement which
none of the local powers can af
ford to resist no matter how
much they dislike it."
PROF. MORGENTHAU did not
ofter details of .uch an imposed
settlement in his address before
overseas writers here as board
chairman of the National Com-
mittee <>n American Foreign
Policy. Soviet officials haw- lonj
Continued on Page 3-A
NRP Okays
Joining
Rabin Bloc
Bv DAVID LANDAU
And GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) TV
central committee of the Nation-
al Religious Party voted by a
60-40 percent majority to accept
Premier Yitzhak Rabin's invita-
tion to join his coalition govern-
ment.
Rabin will make a formal state-
men! in the Knessel introducing
the NRP ministers. .Meanwhile.
formal contacts between Rabin
Continued on Page 13 A
Oil-Pullback Deal Denied
n XGTCN IT The Stal D.'parl
ica! denial" l>y t
I (
-

'
i ie 1st
SI VTE DEPART HEN!
'.. >\ rmonl sometimes refer; I
Continued on Page S-A
Rothschild Miffed: Cold Shoulders UJA
hank Going On? ... 3 A
B) EDWIN E\ FAN
JTA) Baron Ed-
mond de R thschild, a \ romineni
nci. ber of the Jewish banking
family and chairman of the hoard
of direct I the Israel Corpora-
tion, has reportedly severed his
i iea .' it l-i aising on bi a< l'i
.behalf.
iRi,.h-, who was due to
host a world gathering of UJA
donors al his Geneva home tins
month, has written UJA director
Yakov Gilad saying that he can
no longer sponsor the event.
The 250 major contributors,
many from the U.S.. were ex-
pei ted to gather at his Geneva
residence, the Castle of Pregny,
in the first week of November.
JEWISH AGENCY chairman
Pinhas Sapir. who Oct. 22 ar-
rived in Paris from London, told
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that the event will take Place in
Geneva but "somewhere else."
Sapir als i said that he hoped
Rothschild's "coldness is only
temporary." UJ \ sources said
thai Baron de Rothschild has not
made any contributions to the
UJA this year.
Last year, he gave 12 million.
Sources close to Rothschild told
the JTA that he Is apparently
'upset" becau e o: Israeli and
Jewish world-wide support for
G neva banker Tibor Rosenbaum
lr told the JTA thai he ha-
n't met with Rothschild during
I current trip to Paris and
knows of no plans for such a
meeting.
HE said, -i would be glad to
see him should be express the
de ire to do so."
last week, the hoard of
director! of the Israel Corpora-
Continued on Page 6 \
BARON ROTHSCHIID


Page 2-A
*Jen is?flcridiar
Friday, November 1, 197,
Israel Raps French Official's Arafat Meet
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel lodged a stiff protest with the
French government about three weeks ago when II first learned
that Foreign Minister Jean Sauvagnargues would meet with Palestine
Liberation Organization leader Yasir Arafat, officials disclosed here.
They made the disclosure as Sauvagnargues and Arafat met for
two hours in Beirut. It was the first time Arafat or any Palestinian
leader met with a Western official of ministerial rank.
ISRAEL HAD informed tin-
French Foreign ('ftice that it
viewed the planned meeting as
an unfriendly act, officials here
said.
Last week, the Foreign Minis-
try issued a blistering c indent-
nation of France and other Euro-
pean countries that voted in the
United Nations General Assem
bly to invite the PLO to par-
ticipate in the Assembly's debate
on the Palestine Question next
month.
Sauvagnargues was due to ar-
rive in Israel Wednesday for a
i!..(, day official visit di
which he was to confer with
Foreign Minister Yigal Alton.
He was also expi cted to pa> a
courtesy call on President Eph
i dm Katzir.
He will be the first French
Foreign Minister ever to visit
Israel.
ISRAELIS were particularly
incensed by Sauvagnargues' re
mark in Beirut after his meeting
with Arafat that the PLO chief-
Reds Gave No Figure-Ford
Bj JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA)
President Ford stressed that the
let Union has not pl<
to allow ;. specific numbei of
.lews and othi ite an-
and th it
State Henrj A. Kissin jer, in hi*
:, .:. Ja
(D.. Wash.), had not I
el
.
! '
X
C7
ACCORDING TO Nessen, the
President so ighl to "clarfiy" the
isition bet ause il a -
been w lely mis-
understood."
Jackson, shortly afterv.
i a new statement in which
he repeated his announce
in disclosing his exchange ol
letters with Kis6ini er, thi

sed in connei
SSR was
f Soviet ]
in the
tain "is turning into a statesman
with 1 ol I cal aims."
He added that in France's
view this tendency should be en-
[ed, an I th
should realize that they
lorn and thus

Tl e Fr< nch liplomal

i
was
have to plaj a p-
.nld wh
must be recognized."
HE ADDED that he hoped I >
di pel any "misunderstanding in
[sn '" ab 'lit his "'
\ rived in Jeru-
salem.
con-
JVuc
dear
A
Seen in
Continued from Page 1-A
. 1 -
' 15.30C
his pn p ir "1 -' '
trengthen
the 5 m ol internal
tl
uclear material and tech-
-. to the tore of nu-
and said the
U.S. welcomed the interest sh w n
at this session of the Gent ral As-
sembly in creating nuclear-frei
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Mayshie Friedberg
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Middle East
South \-
III LISTED foui
nuclear-frei zones whi
the US ivi rnme it has 1
mended.
They are: 1> that th
should be taken b> th -
in the region com -mod: 2 I
zones preferabl) should inc
all states in the area whose par-
ticipation is d emed impi
:i) creation of the zones should
not disturb necessary -
arrangements; and 4> provisions
should be made for adequate
verification.
The First Committee was
scheduled to discuss late that af-
ternoon proposals 6y Iran and
Egypl for the establishment ol
a nuclear-free /one in the Middle
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SAM BURSTYN, Executive Director
from the Soviet nion are con-
tained in the letter from Kis-
singer t i Jackson. He note I thai
letter "does nol contain
s| ecific numbers,
-i: \thkk IT sets forth the
principles to ip] I in hai
appw ati ii- ii d visas ol |
i., ''"
ts inter-
pret* I ion' as
intended to n re Sovii t |
I n list I'l; I !. on |
Bre tnd '"the- s that i
I
was nol |


is said tr I
|
I :1 |
various, |
issues, 1 |
i
In his -'
said: ["he
it's the assur-
of the Soviet IV
h respect to the
: I :
USSR
tion that the
ration from the USSR
rin to rise
an o ntinue to rise to
i oi rest i nd to the number of
applicants.'"
< OM'IMIMi, .7 ark son
"\\ ith the Soviet
an :es conveyed by Secretarj
Kissinger to me to end harass-
ment and intimidation of those
seeking to eml -ate. and witl
the number ol visas rising to
correspond to the number ol ap-
: licants, I believe thai there
1 pei sons will emi-
te each year.
t ben h-mark a
"f initial
the
ent in
th of the
ets in ti : :
'
iture liii Talize I
t which they ai committ

- "."
-
i .
observers here and
the Sau gnar-
5-Arafal !
iteo in I '
of the Pa estinians as a ition il
i i
... | ....
ing was more important to tt
Palestinian cause than even ?
invitation to participate in..?!
General Assembly debate
Reports from
well informed sources saidjW
dent Vatery Gis
shortly after his election.ot
hii Interior Minis! -..- p^
niatovsky, to |
tacts with the PLO,
PON1ATOVSKY
: >--: ;. ;
was chosen for tl
he i- known to ho
Israel sympath -
's Interests
The French For-
mel later with Kill H issein ol
Jordan in Amman.
He reported ly I
that France share
that Israel should withdraw from
all occupied S .
eluding th i Wesi Ba ,-
It supported tin-
Aral s' right to
tion well as : i
\:-'
b 'i ders.
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* Jew 1st fkridian
Page 3-A
South Fioridwm Go to Poih; Israel Corp to Extend Activities.'
Racist Issues in Spotlight
South Florida residents will join their fellow Floridians and
across the nati n to vote Tuesday. Nov. 5. for candidates
ng local, state and national office.
m particular importance for voters here will he openly
jes which h n in.iected into some of the campaigns.
It is nf great importance that voters cast their ballots on
. iyand particular!} thai they apprise them-'l-- oi
and other issues as aired in the pages of The ish
n and i leral pi
Renew IINEF Bu
v
ED N \'r! N 11" \ !-;: wi : med the UN
: in m () 2;s extending the man it
Fon e I'M'.!' i tor
iq did not
: fore t
: it< was ( I iblish
i
-
... |
for the man late*!
[SR VEL1 VMBASSADOR iosi
r< new al ii I
Disi
I Egypl
L'NTSF i MO-men strong, ha
: i The UN m tar
n since t 0 tober.
i litures fi r ,;: 250-m< nber
i ncnl force on the Golan Hei larating Israeli and
troops since May. Its mandate expires al the end of
nd thi n of it- mandate will be sought.
Oil-PuUback Deal Denied
Continued from Page 1A
with which it concurs, bul he later withdrew the word
ing that he ".ants first to "cheek" with Secretary
..... A Kis Inger who has had "numeral
li government in the past,
-I want to make verj sur< thai 1 am accurate," Anderson
Israeli
te bul he emphasized thai he wants to speak
it
By EDWIN" EVTAN
PARIS (JTA) The
board of directors of the Israel
oration has decided to con-
and evi :i expand its
-
An offii nuniq e re-
aft a mi ting h .
quote I the I's chai. i in,
: de Rothschild, as
.' "the c ': : any is .
ike up
for the losses. Ti in im-
portant lot
."
Tilt. BOARD'S ch lit
- .
n illi n of t

ncerns

im.

' I.
an I ci
I
I
i : his
i
none
ie pi .....
such a possibility. The board's
chairman, these sources said, is
"strongly opposed" to any pos-
111.' with Rosenbaum
ai d feels that the only course
open to the Ci n is
"straightforward legal routine."
A ording to these
t, i! soui ces, the I i
i finite-
ly ends any hopes to refloat his
ancial inte i -
THE ISRAEL ration
:
i cli 6 >t losing n i im y l y
I
li i ii
in,"-I1I1.
funds in 1st
5t
At the mei




i I
of I I the
ns. 1
new din

soon a sel<
HE EXPECTS to announce
the name of the new director
gi in ral at the next board meet-
in.' next month in Israel. Tsur is
the C i itlon's former man-
director who was fired by
the boar I Sept. 27.
The boat I will not
conclude the Rosenbaum
still in n i
m. and Its 12.000
thi ir money
back.
Cor] 'hat


it the
made
General Beard Meeting Set


N'ov.

i
-
Prof. Declare
Went to Get Red Assist
es Kissinger
with your
help...
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1974
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Jim
iued fmm Page 1-A

i .... r
i h in appi
ust
en) rim
u I be ft
iks, Mo,
said. A n t in I-
on the U S
nil is the el
i isition" i
n he 10
RGENTHAU, an arch ci
K
mtimfc I'-
' ices to survive Ki
ocracy."
He h Israel svjr' i i
r "even if it is Moo
.er than "receding wars." at
though! "both superpowers w
do everything to localize It."
The V.S Middle East poli<
Morgentrnu -aid. is "not to as
Israel or please the Arabs but '
diminish or eliminate the S
vie! Union in the Middle Fast
Morfien'Mu foresaw renew
use by the Arabs of their r
weapon "If inything is cerf
in forei*" ->niirv it is that it oil emb-"_M will be used
and mil*'' -i"re drastically a
much le '-mnorarily."
SAYING bp had been asV.
speak ;,*i.^Mt Soviet-Amerir
etcnte. \Ton*r,nthau opened -
pmarks by declaring. "I WO
lave to make a speech al'
rnothinc "
The "real issue," he contend d
"is not the word detente," bu'
He Soviet
i as t Po
iceful co
ilamed the
this won!.'"
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Jeniti fhrfcM&n
Friday, November 1, 1374
Hussein Alone at Rabat
The split among Ihe Arab nations over the Palestin-
ians was well illustrated at the Rabat conference when
Jordan's King Hussein sat at the conference table alone,
separated from the others.
The popularly-hsld Arab notion is that Yasir Arafat
will prevail and that a new Palestinian nation will arise
on the West Bank of the Jordan.
King Hussein dos not agree. For him, Palestine is
another name for his own nation. It is a rare occurrence,
but at hast on this issue. Israel is in accord with him.
The extent to which Hussein would have held fast to
his principles would be the extent to which we would
gauge the possibilities for peace in ths Middle East.
But he has not held fust. He has "compromised" at
Rabat. In eifect, he has handed over the West Bank to
Yasir Arafat.
Whether or not Israel hands it over, because it is
Israel who occupies the West Bank, is now the gauge for
peace in the Middle East.
Gauge for Peace in Middle East
The United Nations resolution recognizing the Pales-
tine Liberation Organization as "the representative of the
Palestinian people" raises the guestion: Who made them
so?
The Conference of Presidents of Major American Jew-
ish Organizations aptly observes that out of an estimated
two million Palestinians, "more than 60 percent are citi-
zens of Jordan; who gave the PLO the right to represent
them?"
It was certainly not King Hussein, who has insisted
that he speaks for the Palestinian citizens.
And who gave the PLO the right to represent the
others? Again, not the Palestinians,, who live in refugee
camps in Lebanon or who have built new lives for them-
selves in Syria, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia.
The PLO has never won an election, nor even held
one. the Conference of Presidents reminds us.
In feet, cs we see it, the PLO's "right" to represent
the Palestinians was won by vicious and bloody acts of
PLO terror directed against the very nations who voted
at the UN to recognize it.
That is a matter for these nations to rationalize to
live with the craven nature of their surrender of interact-
laJ morality.
All that can be sa:d ct the moment is that, out of
bal comes the image of Jordan's king, beset by the
-s end oi! politicians of Arabia.
Twice before, he chose wrong. In 1967, he joined the
the other Arabsand lost the West Bank for his efforts. In
1973, he fought with only a token number of troops, when
a more determined effort might well have proven tragic for
Israel.
At Rabat, he has chosen to capitulate, and the con-
sequences to what is left of his kingdom may well be
disastrous.
Emami-El Anniversary
Temple Emanu-El is celebratinq its 35th anniversary,
and South Florida Jewry joins in congratulating the con-
gregation.
Temple Emanu-El, throughout its distinguished exist-
ence, has given the community presidents of Feaeration,
chairmen of Israel Bonds and the Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund campaigns, and such di-
verse organizations as Hadassah, Hebrew University and
other Jewish affiliations too numerous to mention.
Under the spiritual leadership of Dr. Irving Lehrman
for almost a third of a century, 31 of the Temple's 35
years, second, third and even fourth generation family
members of its founders will be among the celebrants at
the stellar anniversary event Sunday night.
This is the highest kind of praise of a congregation
that has virtually become a family as it lives a dis-
tinguished Jewish life religiously, culturally, philanthropi-
cally and traditionally.
Orthodox Jewish Gathering
We are always happy to welcome the national
gatherings of Jewish organizations here.
One such is the 76th anniversary biennial convention
of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of Amer-
ica scheduled for the Boca Raton Hotel and Club at Boca
Raton on Nov. 27 to Dec. 1.
The convention will feature a program for Jewish sur-
vival involving studies in identity, education and com
munity action.
Its deliberations should prove of special value to
all Jews interested in these central issues and that just
about includes everyone of us not just members af-
filiated with congregations in the UOJCA umbrella.
The Rabbi Was a Pussy Cat
I ast WEEK, that unspeak-
2 able terrorist was in town,
that assassin <>f Jewish middle
class respectability, that pur-
veyor ni the principle that Jew's
must organize like the Califor-
nia vigilantes of the nineteenth
century and do battle against
the entrenched internationalist
anti-Semites even if these anti-
Semites happen to he Jews
themselves, that new messiah ol
the new stem Gang railed the
Jewish Defense League.
i I

Mindlin

I^MWfiNOSRJ
Actually, I t" nd Rabl
Kahane a Httle pussy cat He
said nothing here in South Floi
Ida that I have not said
dozens o< times in the p
AIMitT WHITE
i hiistian civilization, rtn i
Henry Kissinger, about Jews
with the si If-destructlve itamp
ol the Judenrat upon them <,t
which Kissinger is a prime
i xami le, about a timid : irai .
leadership preparing to sell is-
. t to western Chris.-: mil
:i Hen > Kissinger, t'> I
ve Jews.
VI, own Impres ikm ol i:.' ,
inc contin tes to ix v >nd<
men! tliat he has come -> :
\ <:, -i i. anj ol v ions | -
mis.
He is, for example, a |......
o ati ;. Thei e is nothing i i
ic, nothing messianic, in his 11<
i i" kistifv his rule h spu-
it ial li a ter the JDL.
HE DOES not i
listeners w Ith a magnificent out-
potirin; "i i ationality oi tvhai
even e hotter i >r Ins
- -. .' i ationality,
]{]s oratoi ieal i Imi re
ii any which, it seems to
the woisi form <>f rhetor! I
e it plavs <>n the p iblii -
knowledge rather than .in its
emotions.
Irony presupposes Ui it th<
HAS the knowlc :e lu
i eaker a -
II Ironicall Thai is
ikei says th
:-.'' ol w hat is true in oi
in en the abtui
.
Il e t tl
A.\i: SO, in i B :
Continued en P*ge I v
COMMENT
v" e're having anol .....tion
n< \t Tues
a i>>t ol ; ople a e noi
to show up. I'm nol oni
partly out of hal ii 1 haven't
missed a vote since I was
eli; ible been I think it is
i.ii] ui taut thai the old Ri
can predilection for the politics
of tear be repudiated again.
l SAY "again" I ecausc pol!
ster Lou Harris reported recent-
ly that thai kind of politics has
"gone nut the window."
One doesn't dare tangle with
these statistical prophets, but a
look at some ol the Republican
campaign statements in Floi da,
would indicate thai those run-
ning the campaigns pay no heed.
This is one n ason i"i w h il
may Ik- considered a not-surpris-
ing partisan statement on my
part that it is in the best in-
tcn sts of even the Republican
party that it lx' thoroughly de-
feated at the polls come Tues-
day from top to bottom.
When F. Clifton White, who
master-minded Barry Gold-
water's racist Southern cam-
paign in 1964. comes to Florida
to impart his wisdom to the
Republican candidate for United
states Senator, it is not surpris-
ing that we gel this kind <,f
statement from him:
"Dick Stone i.s part of the
Mural Democrat Miami Beach
area. That's his background and
constituency." And adds that
stone "is a liberal politician,
and that's not where the maim
ity of the |>eople of Florida are."
THAN SKATE that very
simply as "Dick Stone is a Jew."
He surely is not a liberal politi-
cian, either hy admission, reputa-
tion or record, lie is a Jew .ml
in the neanderthal world of K.
Clifton White, Richard Nixon
and mavbe Jack Fc-kerd that
reads "lilx>ral. left."
! t he Re
upai -us for < Sovei i n
i tor appmai
a I itions
in attorn; I to I rn the
hack to an era thai v-as
Bin* -i .i. dismal in .!< effect on
\ i n i i as Watt i
gate is tn lay. n i- desigm to
eieate an atmosphe e ol rear
ami division ;n a state rated
I'ofsto" Harris ma lie right
thai ich tactii a have "gone out
the vvindov ." but how do we let
the Republicans know'.'
< ''e i ; i in face squarelv the
a ol the voter as he looks
al v ol ii. names iimler the
kc ~ mi tin- voting machine. The
temptation to skip is great, for
i ven Hi" ino-t dedicated Dem-
i at (or Itepuhlieanl has to
admit that In too many
there is only "an echo, nol a
choice." For ideologues like
IPiera's who put a high premium
on piinoinle 1'mj.v would just as
.-.nun forge) the whole thing and
b\ edward mn
I.i- 'I icl 1 I < I'll 1
I TIHNK vve have I i
the man to the
i ui s ich a stut neckc'
.' thai Is labelled "pun
To have walke i
i ui 1 luhert Humphrey as -
i' .i s did in 1968 was
'" i>.i" l Rich; id \i\nii a victoi
that gave the < omt ry not on
' e nightmare ol Wal te
a 5ui iremc Cow t that is imdoin
'ui the progress ol the pa. I
tin e decades In cl\il liberties
ii nothing else.
r' ; ass up the Stone Ii
beca so he is far from the
libi als" i leal is to hand the
i Ifton Whites and their way ol
tl inking a vict try for a policy
that is reputedly extinct. Allow-
ing this to happen will only en-
Courage its revival and Floi
and the country deserve bette
In his ana1 sis which saw the
end of a period for Imth Pem-
tic and Republican tradi-
Ciiniiiuiril on Page 13-A
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Friday, November 1, 1974
Did Soviets Promise 60,000?

JERUSALEM(JTA)A well place.) source
here said that the U.S.-Sovict understanding on
trade and emigration involved the departure of
60.000 Jews per annum from the Soviet Union
and said that Israel had been advised specifically
of that figure by Secretary of State Henry A.
KissingV during his recent visit.
This statement was made in response to Presi-
(!. Dl Ford's assertion that the Soviet Union has
not pledged to allow a specific number of Jews
and others to emigrate.
"WHK'IIIKK OR not the number is mentioned
in the agreement itself is not really important."
the source stated. "It is definitely mentioned in
a letter from Sen. Henry Jackson, the initiator of
the agreement and Dr. Kissinger. We were given
to understand by the Secretary" of State during
his visit that 60.000 i<= the number of Soviet Jews
involved annually. The Soviet authorities are also
aware of this figure."
Jackson, in a statement issued in Washington
aftr the President's "clarification," said, "the
60,000 figure mentioned in my letter (to Kis-
singer) is a bench-mark, 'a minimum standard
of initial compliance' to be used by the Congress
and the President in judging the good faith of
the Soviets."
Hussein Ends Claim at Rabat

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Continued from Page 1-A
beginning of a new Arab unity
that now leaves "Kissinger's
policy in ruins."
Up until now. Israel has
steadfastly refused to negotiate
\ the PLO and fought at the
side of the I'nited States I i
in n hi ot the PLO
ted Nations.
natii n Mi
i
thai "The conference rec-
i
ins in the occupied ter-
EARUEB, il was King
that if the PLO
ivei him, lie wouli
Haifa Judge
To Speak At
ATS Luncheon
Norman J. Kasser, presi
of the South ,:
the Amer i nion Society.
I ..- snn mm d th it Judge and
Mrs. Leonard Rabinowitz ot
Haifa. Israel, will arrive in
i. this week.
Judge Leonard Rabinowitz wi I
br the guest of the South Florid
Chapter at a lu.icheon CO
ence which will deal with '"Pre-
ferred Giving Pi igruns for Your
Client o .^ n ; 15 a.m. in
the Bayside Auditorium of the
\ rican Savings and Loan
Assn.
The committee for this event
includes the Hon. Frank B.
Dowling. Hon. Frederick N.
Barad. Meyer A Baskin. Herbert
Shapiro, Hon. Sam I. Silver and
Sydney S. Traum.
Invitation> have been extended
to members of the legal ?nd
accounting professions as well as
representatives of local banks.
Mr. Rabinowitz is a Judge of
the Circuit Court in Haifa. Israel,
and deputy chairman of the
board of governors of the Teeh-
nion-Israel Institute of Tech-
nology. The luncheon event is
designed to acquaint participants
with the advantages of deferred
giving programs, how such pro-
grams will help their clients and
how they will benefit such in-
stitutions as the Technion.
Judge and Mrs. Rabinowitz
will wind up their tour of the
United States in New York at
a meeting of the National Board
of Directors of the ATS Mon-
day. For the past several weeks
he has been attending similar
meetings across the country.
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move himself from the delibera-
tions ot thi' summit meeting
here. At the same time, he in-
sisted on being given the eiear
man.late to negotiate with Is-
rael over the We.st Bank.
But when Brnhima announced
the "in ; declai
word .- cl culated that King
Hussein was "delighte
Dr. Saj I Nol -tant
i| ; e
i
and the other Arab representa-
at tiip Rabat ex-
HK also said that A
"expressi re g atit
; ng for his nati mali it
attitude."
It seemed clear here
King Hussein had finally
mitted to the tremendous
sun' imposed on him by
that
sub-
pres-
Congratulating each other on their victories in the primary
are Bruce A. Smothers, candidate in the Nov. 5 general
election for Secretary of State; and Dick Stone (left), candi-
date for U.S. Senate. The two were photographed while at-
tending the Democratic Unity Dinner ct the Dupont Piaza
Hotel.
lian President Anwar S
Syrian President Hafez A
and Sai dl Aral tan King I
to accept the PD >> claim to the
weal Bank.
TIIK BUNGING deft t for
in the
leaves a i r or
lei will | ite in
:th the
' eva o 'where else.
Rothschild in Fast Burn;
Gives UJA Cold Shoulder
a long tii ". b
thai she would net
with the PLO, v
, a nd of
professional murderei
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Friday, Novemrsr 1, 1974
Church Deplores Attacks on Jewish Places
EDITOR. Th*> Jewish Kloririiun: p.,Xanv."r\vm
trmmr-Mnma
The following letter was sent
to riie Rabbinical Association <>f
Greater Miami's president, Rab-
bi Ralph P. Kingsley, of Temple
Sinai of Nort 1 Dado, by Rev.
August J. K!in.,-. president of the
Metropolitan Fellowship ol
Churches, expressing concern
in!' the recent acts of vandalism
nst Institutions of the Jew-
ish faith.
We feel that this line expres-
sion wou'd be of great interest
to your readers.
RAHKI SOLOMON SCHIFI-
BwuaUva Vice PraaMeat
l.reat.r Mi:imi IUM>iuk-:il
Vs-MM'IntioM
Dear Rabbi Kingsley:
The Board of Directors oT the
Metropolitan Fellowsbip of
Churches of Southeast Florida
met yesterday afternoon at Con-
tral Baptist Church and voted
unanimously mat I send to you
a statement of their deep con-
cern.
it has come to uur attention
that in recent weeks buildings
used for instruction and worship
by persona ol the Jewish faith
h 1 e been defaced in a manner
which causes us grave concern.
It is our desire to express this
:n to you and to ass ire
you that we bear the burden
with you "i these affronts .:s
thej represent an attack upon
oui common re'igious heritage
and upon all faiths thai are
practiced in our free land with
us pluralistic tradition.
At (.1 ST .1. KI.INii
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EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
In your columns, you take ex
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Orthodox to sever their relation-
ship with the Conservative and
Reform by pulling out of the
Synagogue Council of America.
An an ilysis 'if contemporary
factors in the Jewish com-
munity and its trends will bring
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out the topic of this move on the
part of the Orthodox.
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Orthodox leaders that within a
decade or two the overwhelming
majority of Jews will be Ortho-
dox. There are both ideological
and biological reasons for this
prediction.
THE YOUNGSTERS of the Re
form and Conservatives arc en-
couraged t" attend non-Jewish
schools and to mingle socially
with Gentiles while being given
scant knowledge of what Judaism
is all about. This situation leads
to continuous attrition of their
ranks.
This is already being felt in
the soaring rate of intermarriage
and the widespread apathy among
their youth. Almost all of these
peorls practice birth control, an
act that has the consent and en-
couragement of the Reform and
Conservative clergy. One has also
yel to see young Reform and
Conservative zealots alternating
to win their Orthodox contem-
poraries over to their movements.
The reverse situation exists
among the Orthodox. Their inter-
marriage rite is almost nil. and
they are fully, constantly and
proudly concerned about their
identity as Jews. Birth control is
a rarity in young Orthodox fam
ilies because it is permitted by
Halachk authorities only in eases
of extreme hardship. Almost all
Orthodox youngsters attend
Yeshiva' m which they are im-
bued with a zealous drive to nro
mote their ideals among their
Reform and Conservative broth-
ers and sisters.
ANOTHER RECENTLY de- '
vi l ipi d situation is the final
independence of the Orthodox.
The new generation of Orthodox
Jew.- i- a generally wealthy one,
well capable of building and sup-
porting their own religious insti
tutions. Most of them are not in
need of th" social and welfare
en ices provided by the v:\ious'
Federations.
Those who are in need can'
look to their own institutions and i
to the well funded government
programs to come to their aid.
Separation would greatly
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clearly presenting the vast dif-|
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meni and the others. This would
aliow the uncommitted to make
a clear choice between them. The
Orthodox cause will not be fur-
thered by remaining tied to
groups that arc on a course of
rapid decline.
RABBI PHINEAS A.
WEBERMAN
Obev Shalom Congregation
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
We would like the community
to know that the National
Council <>f Jewish Women, with
100,000 mambera acroas the
United States, convened in ex-
ecutive committee session, en-
dorse the action of the President
of the I'nited States for our
country's courageous and forth-
right vote against the I'nited
Nations' motion to grant the
privilege "f addressing the i9th
session of the licneral Assembly
to the representatives of the
Palestine Liberation Organlza-
tion.
oik < oi NTKV's vote re-
flects our protestation and con-
demnation of the i'nited Nations
action which offers its rostrum
id spokesmen of an organization
which, in the past, has publicly
and proudly proclaimed its re-
sponsibility for the murder ol
diplomats, innocent children,
women and men the world over.
'Jhe published manifesto of tht
PLO defies every humanitarian
clause in the United Nation-
Charter which member nations
agree to uphold upon their ad-
mission to membership.
The National Council of Jew-
ish Women, founded in 1K93
with a memberahip of over 100.
000 is one of the oldest major
American Jewish women's or-
ganizations and is committed to
a three-pronged program of com-
munity service, social action and
education.
MRS. PHILIP K. FKIKDMAN
.Miami
Despite Red Agreement,
They Still Harass Jews
Continued from Page I-A
Byelorussian Soviet Republic.
warnings were distributed tc
workers not to talk to foreign
correspondents. Although tht
warnings were addressed to all
workers, tliey were handed only
to Jewish workers, sources re-
ported.
The Byelorussian state publish-
ing house announced a sec >nd
priming of Vladimir Begun'
book accusing Jews of counter
revolutionary activity. About
25.000 copies of the anti-Semitic
book have already been distrih
u ted.
MEANWHILE, Vlcxander Vo
rone!, the 43-year-old Jewial
physicist, has gone into hiding
to avoid arrest on charges ol
parasitism, Voronel, who had to
leave his fob two and a half yean
aso because he applied for an
exit visa and has been unable to
find other employment, was sum
moned to a hearing in Moscow
He was accu ed of "parasitism"
and given two weeks to find a
job or go to jail.
The International President of
Alpha Omeoa Fraternity. Dr
Leonard Gimplin, visited out
city last week. Dr. Gimplin.
a resident oi San Fernando,
Calii, is president oi Alpha
Omega Dental Fraternity, a
world wide professional or-
ganization of 15,000 mem
bers, both undergraduate
and alumni, including deans
and faculty members oi den
tal schools throughout the
United States, Canada,
France. England, c.^d Israsl.
Rabbi Jolt To Speak On
Book Of Ecciesiastes
R-ihni Harry Jolt rabbi-in-resi-
dence of Temple Beth Sholom.
will he discussion leader for the
Great Jewish Books group when
it meets Thursda; v" a' 1:30
nm. in the Miami Beach Publi.-
Library
The subject of Rabbi Jolt's talk
will b? the "Bo A of r> I -
artes Samuel R' .- i will co
nrdinate the projrra i
Our middle income families just can't
T T afford higher taxes. Forcing higher taxes
on those whose income is already sorely
strained is wrong. That's why I'm opposed
to the 5% tax surcharge on those who can
least afford it. And that's why I'm fighting
to close tax loopholes that benefit the
priviledged few at the expense of the m
rest of the people. Jf
Eascell for
Congress
He thinks. He fights. You win. Democrat Lever 2-A
Pd tor by Dante Fascell Campaign Fund. George Korge. Treasurer
<&-
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iay, November 1, 1974
t'.kwitf tkridtor)
Page 9-A
_
Peres West Bank
Stand Stirs Big
Gov't. Controversy
Da; War hut was rejected by
met of Pre nil r Le\i
ko! Ht the time.
AIDER OP THE Foreign Min-
i-tor said (hat the. did not e
it out as a possfbilit if an I
Alien the Ratal a immit I
prosne its for furtlier talks with
i Jordan and Syria.
tjov.evor. i!;. said il
ii ii' !) i'ii' -I.'.' in
er lation.
< h h
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM IJTA)
Defense Minister Shimon Pens
has stirred a controversy within
ihe Rovernattot by his state-
ment that the cities of Jeru-
salem and Bethlehem were an
Inseparable single unit whose
political futuie was Inextricably
linked.
Peres made that remark at a
nuestionand-answer tension in
Bcthlebem s|>onsored by the
mayor of the Arab town, Ellas
Krcij.
TIIK ISBAKU defcn<- chtef
..arned the local population
'against cooperating ith the
Palestine Liberation Ovganixa-
tion. He said he was aware that
there was local S/mpathy for
the PLO but cautioned that such
a path could lead only to wai
and soviet penetration Of the
area.
Peres noted the growing num-
ber ol terrorist incidents in
Bethlehem and declared that
Israel will not permit a small
.At pmist group of war-monKers
i,. oimrdize the well-being of a
town located at the approaches
I,. Jerusalem."
Peres' assertion that Jeru-
and Beth', h m were a
e unit raised sum,- eyebrows
in t al met ch> lea.
SEVERAL MINISTERIAL
doves" asserted that Peres'
view was not official govern-
ment poHcy and said the., in-
tended to raise the Issue at the
iiixt Cabinet meetinir.
Pares' aides were reported tc
have explained, unconvincingl..',
that the Defense Minister was
referring only to tourism links.
Meanwhile, political observers
here were speculating over the
probable intent of Foreign Min-
ister Yigal Al.on's remark in
thp Knesset that if the upcom- ;
tjiM Arab summit meeting in
Ha' at blocks further political
uCgOtiations, Israel would "find !
a way to ensure our political
and security interests while
doing justice to the Arab pop-
ulation in the areas."
ACCORDING TO some ob-
servers, Allon was hinting that
Israel not only had the abil ty
to maintain the military stains
quo but also had various options
for solving the West Bank
issue.
i >ne such option, sources hen
said, would be to seek a diaiogui
with mode-ate West Bank
leaders with a view toward
establishing some degree oi
autonomy for Arabs on the
\\est Bank.
Such a policy was advocated
by Allon shortly alter the Six-
War Vets, AJCommittec
Rap Latham's Candidacy
The Jewish War Veterans of*-
the Slate of Florida this week
liclared that Jeffrey Latham,
i-andidate for state treasurer In
next Tuesday's elections, should
Tim "gloat over the fact that he
the endorsement" ol the Ku
\ Klan.
.IWV's statement was m
n In Latham's refusal to
i the KKK'a support of his
. lacj
I la old C. Uhr, commander of
av Deportment ol Florida,
Can he reel that the
- so stupid or complacent
they will believe thai a
lesiring to attain such a
governmental office is not
aware of the KKK and its poli-
I lilt CHARGED that State
Republican Chairman L. E.
- "Tommy" Thomas "is not help
ing his party, state or country"
bj condoning Latham's refusal
to reject the (Clan's support
In another announcement
here, the Greater Miami Chap-
ter of the American Jewish
Committee also condemned
Latham's candidacy.
In a letter to Thomas. Dr.
Chaik's R, Beber, president of
the chapter, questioned the
qi alificatkm "of a candidate for
public office in 1974 wh.....i"11 ls
thai lie knew nothing about the
Klan being anti-Semitic and
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Friday, November 1, 1974

<


State Rep. Jeff Gautier Has Fought Our Conservation
Problems and Our Energy Shortage for Years,
and He Says:
The so-called bottle bill
should be called a
baloney bill
it would make us pay
a cash deposit
t
on all beverage cans?
In his eight years in the legislature, Gautier built a reputation
as an outstanding conservationist and protector of our
environment. So he knows what he's talking about when he
says:
"This Metro proposal that we'll vote on Tuesday would place
a mandatory cash deposit on every beverage bottle and can
that's right, every CAN. And it would outlaw the pop-top
completely. Not nationwide or even statewide, but only right
here in Greater Miami. They say it's an anti-litter law, but
that's baloney. I helped write and pass Florida's anti-litter
law, and it's one of the strongest in the nation. Metro should
enforce that law before they start punishing all of us for
the littering of a few slobs. Metro has gone too far this time,
and we can tell them so by voting AGAINST the forced
deposit bill next Tuesday."
^fote against
the forced deposit
ordinance
Tuesday, November 5
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^iday. November 1. 1974
+Jenlsti HerkKar
Paq? 11-A
ielassie Fall Highlights Jews
By VORAM KESSBL
London Chronicle Syndicate
JERUSALEM Now proc-
-I introduced by the 1st i
it ovor iho Falsshas
I,,:.,, load to a greater flow ol
members of the community to
Israel In tructions have been
I in recent week- to Israeli
representatives in
and Rt>me. and to the
I j Embass) In \A I \
. looks after Israels
I: -.nee the severing of dip-
i ties last year), to th <
il any F ilasha \ plj .
r .. to travel to Israel
gi inted an op >n visa
wi no conditions attached.
I lition, then- i- a r iposal
i a government fund be set
up to asist Falashas arri>
i until they have undergo* i
, jion to Judaism.
ONCE THE Falashas have
gon< a conversion cere
\ would b elig ble 11
ill I
; i the usual waj.
] mot si ci me 1
. 'i-.en by repi sent
\ Pi me Vfinist .-.
i the Mi of In-
to i he Joint
i r the B
i lews
i
j
Join!
i
ne time, qu<
I p insi0 ff| a]s .,,
n : te that
: no real ui
assie
The downfall of Ethiopia's Emperor Haile SeU
after 44 years of autocratic rule has highlighted
the situation of the country's black Jews the
Falashas. Despite decades of missionary activity
about 20-25,000 still retain their ancient faith.
circles to make a dramatic
in I there has not yet
a definiti i : on when.
and hi x and on what scale.
Fa.asha immigration to Israel
b promol id. Ther is
. ri- in on who should
finance the proposed fund or of
Its extent.
M R HAS there been any
il relaxation in the long
tand t ia! any pros-
pective Fa'.asha immigrant must
- in One official
t >ok par! in inter-minMry
dd th n i polU->
on has been n adi
a: i stati d thai
d i 'arly hai t to < rnie from
the ii ghest 1
A to "he idea of a special
a recom-
lation to I coot nating
ition af-
G ivernment
\ icy,
V" ol
Prof.
i n i .
hcti at he
I i si ;ni icant change
in t" in h I
IF YOU EVER HAVE
A RIGHTFUL CASE IN COURT
YOU WOULD WANT
A JUDGE LIKE
BASKIN
A JUDGE with INTEREST*
"Interest" in people who seek Justice in Court. "Courts
are for the people" is the Baskin pledge. Her record in
courts from local to the U.S. Supreme Court attests
the experience and judicial temperament to keep that
pledge. Help her help people who are right.
Vote Nov. 5 Lever 24-A
CIRCUIT JUDGE
County-wide Group 14 Nonpartisan
Pol. Ad paid lot by Bnkin Campaign Fund
_ Harry Levy
PRESIDENT VOTERS INC.
Largest Non-Partisan
Voting Group in Florida
District Deputy for the Free Sons of Israel Organized
1849. Also fast President of The American Jewish Congress
(Dide County).
Proudly Endorses
NAT POTAMKIN
For Miami Beach Council
LEVER US
Pd. for by Com. to elect Nat Potamkim
the prospect; of settling the
Falssha predicament by immi-
gration to Israel.
HE EMPHASIZED thai in
cooperation with committees in
Britain and the United States.
plans were in full swing to facili-
' ite the transfer to Israel of
some 500 Falashas already by
the end of the year. The cost is
ted at some S106.0OO,
Prof. Tartaknwcr has met in-
formally with the Jewish
y's chairman, Pinhas Sapir,
the project falling under
the Agencys financial respon-
sibilities and from these i
contacts bo lias gained the lm-
: on that the Agency w mid
be ready to ass
S.anir has prot iis d to c mfi r
on the matter in detail once ho
i a trip abr lad in
al weeks.
1 up
*. Yehud Hueb ler, dep-
uty director f the In-
t. ri r Miti lb en in
on the dis .- ions,
She s;u,i that although no
specific policy chan had yet
been mad" to nt of-
fials, he pers in 11 felt "a
i in the atm isphere in thai
I irtain
I. r e .. are of th<
nificati ins.'"
At the recent members!.ip truncheon of Sisterhood of
Temple Beth Shoiom, held in the SisUrhood Lounge of the
t:mple, the theme of -he cftsrnoon was: 'Growing with
Sisterhood." ani plants were about ;r. creat profusion.
Dr. Lecn Krcnish, spiritual leader oi Beth Shoiom, is shown
with Mrs. Irving E. Miller, Sisterhood president, on his left,
and Mm- S'.ucr: Gottlieb, Sisterhood program chairman, on
his right. Just behind the Rab^i is Mrs Lester Schner,
Sisterhood membership chairman. The program was under
the chairmanship cf Mrs. Anna Miller, a vice president of
Beth m.
ELECT-JOE
Kj '. '-*
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
DISTRICT 109 DEMOCRAT
Israelite Center Begins
Adult Education Series
Tho Israelite Center Temple
will begin its Adult Education
Series Wednesday. C!s ses will
lucti I by Rabbi S I
H. VValdenberg, spiritual lea i r
of the temple, on the first, third
and fourth Wednesday of each
month from 1-3 p.m. On :,', sec
Wednesday of the m inth, the
class ill meet from 8 10 p.m.
A broad spectrum of to
will be covered. Members and
non-member.- are invited to parti-
cipate. Call the office to enroll.
^
THANK YOU
FOR YOUR SUPPORT
IN THE
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
PLEASE VOTE TUESDAY
NEW APPROACHES
TO OLD PROBLEMS
AN OPEN LETTER TO
MIAMI BEACH VOTERS
Dear Fellow Residents:
I am not a politician!!
Nor am I under obligation to anyone!!
Making your living with words and
promises is fine if you can get away
with it, but not for City Council.
What Miami Beach needs is a man
of action with a successful business
background who can reasonably
tackle, a $40,000,000 corporate pay-
roll and save money for the tax-
payer.
I am a man who deals with hard
facts... not dreams.
Lef s have some action on Miami Beach. Favor me with your vote on
Nov. 5 and I will guarantee you that things will start to move.
Sincerely
(Signed) Hat PofamJtin
Lever 34-B
Pd. Pol. Adv. by Nat Potamkin Campaign Fund


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+Jenistfivri(fi3ir
S i

IJOJUNME
In Miami Rabbi Kahane Was a Pussy Cat
Continued troin Page 4-A
her Ias1 Frklaj, Rabl i Kahane
said that it was necessary that
Isri el nol strike the first blow
h the i'om Klppur War ol 1973
Poland ml the Black
African lovers of 1 icl nol mis-
unde
This as the wa Ri bl I Ka-
si be '
I III IRO
ei e
,, id weai k-s the
in a
i Ka
.
a) An allush n li the revolu-
.. United al I has
isolated Israel from the once-
:. iendlj Comm ah i bio :;
An understai I thi
i lack African nations as for-
n ei Ij grateful reel] ii nts of Is-
tell technical and economic as-
stance, who have since becomi
, iptives of Third War propa-
la against an "ini|>erialist"
. thai links the Vfi icans tii
Imjieriaiisl Aral instead;
9 Rec il e Jtfcin the Kissing-
,-. inti-Israel dictum on the ev
ol thp Yon Kip .i Wai thai
, event ol an U e mp-
rike, Israel v< oul I ha* c t<
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I There must be," pleads the
Rabbi, "Jews somewhere hew
who are willing to protest. to
march Bar something besides
Vietnam, Cambodia, Black civil
ii ;hts, grapes and lettuce.")
FOB LISTENERS to Rabbi
Kahane to have to go through
; in,: ui i ii ii.red reasoning'
in get ai the root of each ol
tneanin s is more than
i in lie ex] ected of them.
: irmore. I found his
if the h
:i the days
i. n w u ie and con-
,.;; ., il not downright bor-
in the kind of thing you
ii;: :ht hear in the old days from
Ah a Eban al a United Jewish
A,'i < al or 1>. ie! Bond fund-rais-
: a !. rather than at a high-
ly-touted Jewish Defense
I ..'.;: ie ra; zle-da:. li r.
Still, Rabbi Kahane got some awfully good one-liners.
PUT TOGETHER, (hey took
on the rugged look of a piece
of modern scui] ture. Perhaps
there was an oratorical uncon-
cern for ihe niceties of form in
the old tradition of rhetoric, but
the content was provocative be-
yond questii n.
FOR EXAMPLE, to empha-
size the essentially careful char-
i ter of the American Jewish
. ; | 's prominent idai
cal organizations in rallying
to the cause ol
. ',: Judaism, he sir
.i it 1 erii an Jewish Corn-
Jew ish Con-
: B'rith for parti-
i rnl I n tice as "tl al
) on us."
i the ire
ative, 'I lieii
il Is-
: IZXG THE Ami
. >ra
thai ; '
i n
a1 "I
i
ho'
.... .,j i ettoes
in Soutli Mi-
'. e ed in ob\ i-
no the fatal Jew
m to the anti-Se-
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CF OUR GREAT HERITAGE
READ THE BOOK
THE JEWISH INFLUENCE
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by J. Katxman
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CA?B' KAHANE
of ull Ihlngs-subJiety
mitic canard thai there
lm| o\ i ished Jew .v.
THE OBJEt T ol all ol this,
so much of which contains half-
truths and are therefore only
half-refutable, i* to draw an
analog) between the powerful
but insensitive Jews ol pre-Hit-
ler Germany and the allegedly
powerful but insensitive Jews ol
America who are. unless they
mend their ways, also doomed to
destruction at the same time
thai tin > preside over the de-
struction of Israel.
To some. Rabbi Kahane's ar-
ments may seem sound be
there is always something to af-
firm in them.
The Gentile he declares, "is
no more gentle here" than he
was in Germany.
"There were no Gei m n Ji ws."
Is us, "only Gei i ana
,,; Mos asioi and al the
,. i;. owi i.
ei ; inisl ol I
was a Jew, Walt r Rathenau
THE PARALLEL is obvious.
V iry Kissii .. be
..... ite, Ame
v this in n icli thi
Ji .
i as the
;i m thei
glory.
:
I Gel
in I ol
ir I led to 1
a I
i
r family to W
York."
Bui
i
I in the aft I the
e crises n con-
thai
i i the form i'I
,,i an Mr. Clean on
i k."
WE HAVE only to regard, he
i
it the kindly housewives in the
tr gle ;-i i o ton, the
cltadi! of A nerican free
i n ed i" meel every ni ;ht
to n [hi i'ii integration in Mis-
pi."
in Rabbi Kahane'.- view, Al
lean Jews are prime patsies for
such disaffection. They are too
prominent, too visible, too deep-
ly Involved in the past in the
very movements i non-Jew ish and
non-Israeli i now leading to dis-
affection.
1 hcj were. In fact, among the
Boston ho bow Ives once demand-
In ; bite [ration for Mississippi.
, |,eir kleolo ;i< i o gani/ations
C God's cuisc"i s hi. red them oul
ic limb ol their doom.
THEIR LEAD IBS I' the mark
ii on them i, wh mi he
of the
i 1
of the "''
e G tile is an-
il .i banq e1 ol the na-
i, ,i i i of Chi istians
. i e ichan i pla i ie
x it'i him" aul "il self-con-
I ral lation, as 1 have mysell put
ii in the past, that there has
loon no recent program.
An I so. Jews who are insensi-
tive to their destiny at home are
also insensitivi to the destiny ol
Israel abroad in the hands of
Henrj Kissinger.
And Kissinger Is the ultimate
irony in the Kahane lexicon ol
ironies toe victim ol German
anti-Semitism, the refugee ol
Wa hington Heights, who now
hobnobs with other European
and Arab anti-Semites to dis
nun:, er Israel.
THEN what did Rabbi Ka-
hane offer as an altei native
in his to n here? Nothing that
I heard, nothing that others and
i myse I hai e nol said in tin
past.
'l he Rabin enl is be-
loked today," lie declared,
.....gi r assault on it:
in .'.".v
. io the Kis-
., -a II ii. Mi ii '
tie the
: m 1 all.
Friday, November 1, 1974
But this suggests that trw
Kabin government has no alter
native, arid judging by Rabbi
Kahane's reputation. I was
hardly prepared to expect so
meek a conclusion.
IN THE Rabbi's re|>eatedly
stated opinion in the past, Rabin
and his predecessors, all of
them living to play by Billing-
. r's shah-shah" German Jew
ish rules, are traitors to Israe.
and to Judaism.
For Ha! bi Kahane. there is an
alternative, which he has of-
formidably and interna-
tionally : terror, the tei rorisn
,i i week won the Pali
line i n Organization re-
-. | n.iion from thi I
-i ty i nlled tht
rns.
In : emphai
ten talkh
a in ." 1
n ma, he hi
tivLsl hin n pri
the '." w of Rabin as vie
tin:, nol iiaitor.
OR PERHAPS he did nol
Perhaps he was talking ol R
as traitor, not victim, but it
was hi 'den somewhere deeply in
his Interminably c o m p I e x
i i nies, which I failed to un-
ravel. 11 so. I am disappoint! i
that I couldn't dig it out.
it is pasv to ho respectable
to dismiss RabbJ Kahane as ai
irresponsible trouble-maker.
For n ..sell and my own cages
these days with all the Kissing-
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111 ed Rabbi Kahane to give me a
i etter reason, a clearer caus
noi to dismiss him thai way.
It is not that I embi..... tl -
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Religious Party Votes to Join Ralrin Gov't.
Continued from. Pane 1-A
land his coalition partners. Ma-
i the Independent Liberals
the Civil Rights Party, were
| io resume over the weekend.
POLITICAL analysts expected
all of them to remain in the gov-
ernment. Including the CRP,
le a-sertions by its leader,
. nit Aloni, that she mitfht
|raw if thp NKP joins the
rnment.
The NRP leadership of Josef
and Yitzhak Raphael scored
-;.uitial victory in the party
leaden of the militant
iard" who wen' vehe-
mently opposed 'jo Joining the
Rabin government, expressed
sati faction th.it their views were
supported by 40 percent of the
central committee's menuWship
although their faction control
only 20 percent of the seals on
that body.
Former Minister Zerach War
haftig's small "center faction"
joined the "young guard" in the
secret ballot and there wire some
detections from the majorltj
Lamifne and Likud Utmure fac
tions as we I
POLITICAL circles believe
that tl"- ODDOsition of the mil:
t.iiit. within the NRP will not
necessarily be eliminated, even
if '"young guard" MK Zevulun
Hammer is persuaded to accept
one of the four Cabinet portfolios
Rabin is expected to offer the
NRP.
While it was the "young guard-
lets" like Hammer and Yehuda
I'm Meir who organized the so-
called Emudim bloc which
launched large-scale settlement
attempts on the west Bank in
defiance of the government, it is
tho Emunim zealots who now
dominate the "young guard."
Hammer is not likely to ac-
cept government guidelines on
the emotional, saUlement Issue
and fisk jalicnatl^ his strong-
est supporters, political sources
said.
Nevertheless, the NRP vote
was welcomed by Rabin wftose
narrowly based coalition will
henceforth control 71 Knesset
-.-.-it in-dead of 61.
COHEN: Eivryoiw Must Vote
It's a Whole New Hall Game
ontinued from Page 4-A
political styles, Han is
; irough on a upbeat note
,, worth quoting:
- a whole new hall game,
never sec" '' period in
in politics when the
it community was so
when people sense
their own well-being is tied
, the well-being "f every-
else."
in thai sincere non-
sense <>f communit>
I feel strongly about
nut to vote next Tbesda>
r to put '> rest, hope-
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vJenisti flcricffar
Friday, November 1, 19/4
The Citj has made possi
the purchase of SI 3 n o:::i3 cf Israel Bonds :
communal ioans o: I h of twe Beech
sy:;:.7cgues. Temp1 tnid.
Pic tui id .... sve :. Car] S
of T Menorah, Gordon C. Mo president cf the
City National Bank of Miami Beach, end Temple Ner Tamid
president Louis Cohen. Instrumental in the nommunnl lean
purchases were Gary R. Gerson, Miami Beach Israel Bonds
chairman, and the two spiritual leaders, Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz of Temple Menorah and Rabbi Eugene Labovi:z
of Temple Ner Tamid.
Stone Personally
Carries Campaign
.To The People
United States Senate candi-
date Richard (Dick) Stone says
campaign will not use "out-
Idential candidates
no] | | office holders from
; lorida to tell ; i
how they should vote.
I will campaign as I always
I i by meeting th<
I lyseli and talking to tl
e the Democratic
inee for thi 3
nexl Tuesday's gen-
i
.
i
the state.
i Florida voti
ant
lon't wai
tellii i h tw to
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ng "I will
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Luncheon, Card Party
The Galil Ch i| ter of the
n will
in ind : I party
12:30 p.m. at the
ton Federal Bklg., 8
'> St., North Miami
Beach. Door prizes will be
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CLAUDE PEPPER
14th
CONGRESSIONAL
DISTRICT OF FLORIDA

A,
If you are registered to vo*e in any of the following precincts, you
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456 thru 483, 601 thru 611, 620 thi S40, 657 thru 664, 801 thru 812, 820 thru 829,
835, 836, 839.
Vote TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5th, To Return
Claude Pepper
To Congress
LEVER 2-A
A MAN WHO HAS DEDICATED
HIS LIFE TO HELPING PEOPLE
CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS:
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DEMOCRAT
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Chief Says Capucci
Defense 'Disgrace'
S. I ; fAI
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Thanks you
for your support in the
Democratic Primary.
Your continued support
will be appreciated.
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November 1. 1974
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Paae 15-A
New York Scraps Aid to Jewish Poor
Inued from Page 1-A
L several days ago
[of Scpi :1(!- ;''-' funds I ir
city's Community
Agency) programs
[ \', JP's request
i n October wen
statera ml that
il funds for this
fc- v. 'i. .!' ailable."
L\ remit. Rosen and Rabbi
ined, five programs
t one in Manhat-
l i Quaani and one
I ograaa previously
th( ODA and the
0l ce of Economic
[ OK')) are opcrat-
n mring financial
h without any au-
I of funds from CD \
| -.w.-year funding
I nt.
L to Rosen, t1-.:
I fornu-il by the
New Vort Council Against Pov-
erty (CAP) last Dec. 28 at the
end of the Lindsay Admim
tion, tli.it they would be re
.n.. i twi j or [rani i ; (780.000.
This wa I be part of $6,219,-
Cul granted for various poor
linority groups foi
which CAP had already re-
c< iyed a check from the OEO.
THE I750.0M grant was to
b" u'iuzed in leach o;:t 10 n >n-
povi rty .ir as to help 1", ite
pocr Jews who had previous!}
' (1 by ant: p ivertS
11 igi nrt! b >cause of their lo a-
tion; to strengthen the opera-
I or of the MNYCCJP and its
nffi iate;; and to implement
m ighborhood Jewish commu-
ni'v action programs.
When th,- Administration of
Mayor Abraham r>ame moved
into City Hall, an attempt was
le to reallocate this m
intn different areas. Rosen
The move was fought and a
temporary six-month compro-
was worked out which
gave the MNYCCJP S188.750 to
I i 'ate its programs for that
period.
This amount was used to fund
eight .Jewish Community Coun-
cils serving the Jewish poor in
their areas and the city-wide
AJAPW for outreach to Je
poor residing in s'um at
THE SIX MONTH pant end
ed S( d1 30. and the MNYCCJP
tt( n ting i sustain the pro-
grams with fund-' available from
a separat- city Human Ro-
sources Administration (HRAi
Rosen said.
That grant, he noted, has
fill Is available which are less
than half the amount used by
the nine nrograms during the
past six months.
"It has yet to be determined
f >r how long a '.'cried the nro-
ns can survive with th -
fund- and mu h <>r a cut will
be incurred. Rosen said.
NEITHER James E. Gr
idg< (Hi :.a-i of CAP. nor
MaJ ir R. Owens, commissi ner
of CDA under the Lindsay Ad-
ministration, were Immediately
available for comment. B il i
a had infoimed ofi
' v UP on Dec 2!
CAP had approved two
grant I r 573 l
similar not if anprov-
i re isn to i ther gra il le
. :ies.
. i. I i i munil
1 incil programs affe
the cut-'.'.' ui Boro Park,
Uon, Coney Inland, Crown
Hei in- East Fl itbush se< I u
al in Brooklyn; Washington
Heirhts-Inwood in Manhattan;
Queers and the Rockawa
r.-'ila: and the ci'y
AJAPW program.
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iJewish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, November 1, 1974
Section B
Dr. Milton Lubarr Chairman
Of'Forty Days of Action'
Dr Milton S. Lubarr. chairman
ot the Miami Beach Israel Bonds
division, will serve as
chairman of a special campaign
known as Forty Days of Action
(or Israel." according to Robert
I.. Siege:, general campaign
chairman of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization.
The 40-da> campaign was
launched last Sunday, the first
anniversary of the ceasefire end-
ing the Vom Kippur War, and
will culminate on Sunday eve-
ning, Dec. 8.
Ironically, the drive was
launched with the visit to South
Florida of Israels Minister of
Iniermation, Gen. Aharon Yariv.
who signed the ceasefire agree-
DM nt with Egypt one year ago
at Kilometer 101.
In accepting the chairmanship
of the special Israel Bonds ef-
1 rt Dr. I.ubarr emphasized thai
"Forty Days of Action" will play
a pivotal role in financing Is
rnei'a entire Development Budg-
et al a time when the Country's
own resources are pre-empted by
a record current defense budget.
"An accelerated flow of Israel
Bond development funds is of
crucial importance now when Is-
rael is faced with unprecedented
financial and economic prob-
lems," he added.
"Our prime priority will be
the re-enrollment of individuals
and families who purchased Is-
rael Bonds last year at this time
who have not yet done so." Dr.
Lubarr said.
"In this difficult period, when
Israel's continued economic deve-
lopment must not be allowed to
falter or stagnate for lack of
financial resources, we must
make every effort to provide
First Miami Area Men's ORT
Conference Set Wednesday
The first Southern Florida
- out Conference will take
. e Wednesday at Temple Ner
Id, 7902 Carlyle A\e., Miami
eh.
This marks the first such
..Mined meeting of the Men's
i RT Chapters in the Greater
Miami area. From a handful of
men that organised the Brat Mi-
ami Beach Chapter there are
now sewn Men's ORT Chapters
that have been organized and
expanded in the last five years.
'"he program will be chaired
by Jerome Brody, chairman ot
the 'Ireuter Miumi Men's ORT
and Irving Salert of the Holly-
v < d-Hallandale Men's ORT.
The keynote speaker, Dr. Eu-
i I abovitz, rabbi of Temple
Ner Tamid, will address the
ates on "ORT and Israel's
nui d Survival."
i] Labovitz is honorary' chair-
of Temple Ner Tamid Men's
. r and was a delegate to the
d OUT Union Congress held
in Jerusalem in 1974. He Is deep-
volved in the ORT program
and visited ORT installations in
Israel to assess the impact of
ORT in the aftermath of the
Vom Kippur War.
The conference calls together
representatives of the Chapters
to meet the needs of the ORT
.program world-wide, especially
in Israel where increased costs
have created deficits for ORT
Israel. In addition to the ramp-
ant inflation. ORT Israel is faced
with increased enrollments and
new programs to meet current
ami future needs of the country.
ORT receives a subvention
from the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee in accordance with an
agreement with the I'nited Jew-
ish Apiwal and additional sup-
port from membership organiza-
tions. The 1971 budget has
reached a high point of over
$36,000,000 for its program.
There will lx' no solicitation
at the conference. The opening
Is scheduled for 10 a.m. and will
conclude at 3 p.m. The luncheon
session is slated to begin at
noon.
Woll
OWIC
ks To Receive Award At
Temple Menorah Dinner Nov. 16
State of Israel Masada
' .. .1 will l>e presented to Mr.
and Mrs. Isidore Wollowick at
the 1974 Temple Menorah Is-
rael Dinner of State at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel Saturday, Nov.
lt>, it has been announced by
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, spir-
itual leader of the Miami Beach
i egation.
Wollowick. a charter memlier
and a director of Temple Me-
norah and a patron of the Por-
tuguese Community Synagogue
n 1 ngiera, Ls president of Bev-
eragi Canners, inc. of Miami, in
Pebi ary of this year, he was
Cite) hy the Institute of Food
Technologists "for unique and
original formulations" in the
food industry.
Wollowick is a member
of Hadassah and B'nai B'rith
Poetry For Pleasure Class
A free "Poetry for Pleasure"
is conducted in Room 121
at the Ida Fisher Community
School, 1424 Drexel Ave.. Miami
Beach, each Tuesday from 6:30
to 8 p-m. Arnold Kleiner, lec-
turer, porfermer and writer, is
th* instructor.
them with the vital funds for
building and development, as
well as for creating employ-
ment opportunities for the thou-
sands of new immigrants."
Citing the tremendous sacri-
fices which the people of Israel
arc making as a result of the
overwhelming cost of the Yom
Kippur War, Dr. Lubarr said
that they are paying the highest
rate of taxation anywhere in the
wbrld. and, in addition, some
20'i of their taxable income
goes into compulsory govern-
ment loans.
Since 1951. Israel Bonds have
been the mainstay of Israel's
economic development, provid-
ing more than $2.9 billion for in-
dustrial and agricultural expan-
sion, exploitation of natural re-
sources, communications and the
construction of highways and
harbors.
MR. and MJfS. ISDOKt WOUOWICK
Women and is acttve In the
Temple Menorah Sisterhood. She
operates a ladies handbag and
boutique shop on Arthur God-
frey Road.
The Wollowicks, who made
their second trip to Israel this
year, are being honored by the
Israel Bonds Organization for
their outstanding participation
ii, advancing Israel's progress
and welfare through the Israel
Bonds campaign.
The Masada Award commem-
orates the 1900th anniversary
of the heroic defense of the for-
tress of Masada, the last Jewish
stronghold to fall in the Roman
conquest of Palestine.
Off. EUGENE IAB0VITZ
Hadassah Program
Institute Nov. 6
The Florida Region of Hadas-
sah is hosting a National Pro-
gram institute Nov. 5 and 6, to
assist all Florida Hadassah
Chapters and Groups with their
program planning for the com-
ing year.
Mrs. Phyllis Talmadge, direc-
tor of the Hadassah Program
Department, will l>e the special
consultant and will be available
to assist in every way possible.
Mrs. Talmadge Ls formerly
the Education Director of Na-
tional Women's league of the
United Synagogues of America,
and has been National Program
Director for Hadassah since
19;5.
Region president Mrs. Helen
Weisberg, and Region program
chairperson Mrs. Molly I-ewis
have divided the institute be-
tween Tampa and Miami to as-
sure greater attendance.
The Tampa session will be
Nov. 5 at the Causeway Inn
South, and the Miami session
will be Nov. 6 at the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation Build-
ing, 4200 Biscayne Blvd.
Book Review Wednesday
The Recreation Department of
South Shore Community Center,
833-6th St., Miami Beach, will
present its monthly book review-
Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. featur-
ing book reviewer Mrs. Sara
Helfand in a summary of the
book "Laughing All The Way,"
by Barbara Howar. The public
is invited.
'Federation Tuesday' Offers
Seminar on Beauty of Aging
Along with Dr. Charles Beber.
who serves as Medical Director
ot the .Miami Jewish Home and
iltal for the Aged, and Dr.
Jack Skigen, who is Chief of
Psychiatry at the Home's new
Out-Patient Mental Health
Clinic. Fred D. Hlrt, Home and
Hospital director, will head a
seminar on "The Beauty of
Aging" at Federation Tuesday.
"The Beauty of Aging" is just
one of four choices for a morn-
ing seminar at Federation Tues-
day. Lucy Kstrin will conduct a
discussion on Parent Effective-
ness, educator Abraham J. Git-
telson will discuss 'Humanizing
Jewish Education," and nation-
ally-known speaker Dr. Irvine
Gtvenl>erg will present "Jewish
Sexuality and Family Rela-
tions."
Jewish women from all parts
of South Florida are encouraged
to reserve now for what prom-
ises to be the most exciting
Federation Tuesday ever. Nov.
26 at the Deauville Hotel.
ffffD HIKT
Women who reserve now will
have their choice ol any one ol
these four seminars. All women
who attend Federation Tuesday
will have the added pleasure of
luncheon w ith one of America'-;
most distinguished television
producers and personalities,
David Susskind.
Rabbi Zev Leff Guest Speaker For
14th Annual Scholarship Dinner
Rabbi Zev Leff, newly-install-
ed spiritual leader of Young Is-
rael of Greater Miami, will be
the guest s|ieaker at the 1 1th
annual scholarship dinner ol the
Louis Merwit/er Mcsivta High
School for Boys.
The (36-a-COUple event is ched-
ided Dec. s at the Saxony Hotel,
according to Moses J. Grund-
werg, Mcsivta president.
Rabl i Leff is the first grad-
uate of the Mcsivta and of its
affiliate, the Greater Miami He-
brew Academy, to accept a pul-
pit in South Florida.
Rabbi Leff, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Leff of North Miamu
Beach, l>egan his studies in the
Hebrew- Academy in the fifth
grade, continued on to graduate
as Hebrew valedictorian of lx>th
the Academy and the Mesivta
and to serve as president of the
National Council of Synagogue
Youth.
He graduated from the Telshe
Rabbinical College in Wicklilfe.
Ohio, and was ordained as a
rabbi there. While pursuing his
RABBI ZtV Uff
studies he taught and lectured
at the Yavnch Seminary for
Women. Yavneh High School
and the Telshe Teachers In-
stitute.
Beth David Congregation To Begin
1974-75 Forum Series Dee. 22
Starting off Beth David Con-
gre ation's 1974-75 Forum Se-
ries Dec, 22, will l the great
Russian Jewish tenor, Mikhail
Alexandi ovich.
Ale.\ m.!ro\ Irfl, holder ol the
highest honors ever accorded a
performing artist by the Soviet
Union, sold over a million rec-
ords annually in the USSR for
the past 20 years and has giver.
an estimated ti.(KK) concerts
since the end of World War II.
Finally granted an exit visa.
Alexandrov ich made his first
appearance in Israel in the
Spring of 1972. An incredibly
versatile artist, he moves with
equal facility from Italian bel
canto to the German, French
and Russian art song. South
American and Spanish works.
Italian Street songs, folk songs
of all nations, and of course.
cantorial music.
Widely regarded as one of the
world's truly great orators. Ab-
ba Kban. former Israeli Minis-
ter of Foreign Affairs will s|X'ak
at Beth David Feb. 2. Soldier,
politician, statesman, author,
Mr. Kban has played one of the
most impressive roles in the his-
tory of Israel and of our world
today.
On March 9. Beth David Con-
gregation will present Marvin
Kalb. diplomatic correspondent
for CBS-TV and Radio, Winner
of the 1974 Overseas Press Club
Award for best interpretation of
foreign news, Marvin Kalb, au-
thor of "Kissinger," is acknowl-
edged as one of the nation's
ABBA [BAN
most distinguished news corre-
B| ondent.-.
Tin. ..e,u's set i. s vvill OIM e
ag ii'i I chaiied b, Terry and
Jules Bagdan.
Lodge Auxiliary Meeting
A general meeting will be held
by the Ladies Auxiliary of
George Gershwin Lodge 1W.
Knights of Pythias, Monday at
8 p.m. in the Surfside Commu-
nity Center. 9301 Collins Ave..
with a well known local per-
sonality as guest speaker. The
presidium includes Mrs. Francis
Gans and Mrs. Abraham Finger-
man; the publicity committee
includes Mrs. Philip Sahl and
Mrs. Simon Kndewelt. Wives of
lodge members are urged to
join.


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Friday, November 1, I974
Religious Services
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
1 ON, 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. I
ANSHC EMES. 253. 6W 1th Av.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
BETH AM (tempi*). 5940 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert M. Baumgard. Aesocwte Rabbi
Barry Altman. s
Friday. T:IC p n Pamlll servli .-.-.
consecration .11 children .u.-mlinu re-
liKioui- school or day Softool for firm
time.
BETH DAVIU. 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Lanaau.
Cantor William L.Dion 4-A
Friday. S:16 p.m.. Bai Mltsvah ol
.Mania ilaUKhler <( .Mr an.l Mr- Al-
ert Kramer Salur.lay. \< a.m.. liar
Mltsvah ol Michael Bcott. eon vi -Mr
and .Mrs. Martin Orlln.
BETH DAVID SOUTH. 7500 S.W.
120th St. Coneervative. Rabbi Sol
Landau. Cantor William Lipion 4-B
Friday, 1:11 P.m.. "Ths Jewi ol Cu-
racao," bj sues! speaker Mrs, I 'iK.i
Wolf.
JACOB C. COHEin COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel 26
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Serf. 2'
MENORAH (Tempi*:. ~C 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owiti Cantor Nico Feldman. ZS
NER TAMID (Temple) 79th St. and
Carlyle Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Edward
Friday. 1:11 P.m.. Sermon: "PolJUes
la Not Always a Jewish laaua.' One*
Shabbai follows services
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Phineas A. Weberman
SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Raboi Sadi Nahmias. 3i
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1S42-
44 Washirgton Ave. 32
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern "I raui.ionai. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Leon Segal. Rev. Alex
Stahl. Rev. Mendel Gutterman. I
l-'i nl.iv 8:16 p m Sermon "II I Had
Hut One STear to Live!' Pray In
contemporar) melods conducted bj
i h i 'hoaen Children." i n a
bai m i n* red L hildn i ol Mr. and
Mrs Irvlrm Jacobson in tl..-ir honor.
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th St. Causeway.
North Bay Village. Conservative.
Cantor Murray Yavneh 32-A
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARD
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St. M<-
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor-
decai Chaimovits. 32-B
NORTH MIAMI BtACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1021
NE Miami Gardens Dr Conservative
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Cantor Ion
Alpern 33
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles Ru-
bel. Cantor Alexander Cohen.
Friday K 15 P.m Sermon "divine or
rinjr.' folowed lo Ones Shabbat.
B'NAI ISRAEL AND GREATER
MIAMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE. ?600
Sunset Drive. OnhOwOX. Rabbi
Ralph Glixman. 8-A
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center. 19251
NE 3rd Ave. Orthodox. 33-A
CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION
OF KENDALE LAKES S.W. 107
Ave. at Kendail Dr. Rabbi Maxwell
Beroer. 9
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ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot. 10
Friday, f P.m.. Sermon: Tin- Voice
of Conscience: Jews In American
Life," by Rabbi Barn Tabaohnlkoff.
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ISRAELI'! fc CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Solomon
Waldenberg. Cantor Nathan Parnass
11
OR OLOM (Temple) a/so SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Div.J M.
Baron. Cantor Stanley Rich. 13
TEMPLE ISRAEL-SOUTH (Formerly
Beth Tikvfl) 9025 Sunset Dr. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. ISA
Friday. v 13 p.m "Sovlel Jewry." dls-
i Mi Mai n 8 ford.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL iTemple^. 6500
N. Miami Ave. Conservative. Canter
Seymour Hinkei. 14
ZiON (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con.
lervative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cant<-r Errol Heltm.in. 16
I Fai y NUrh t serv-
i
. tturusi
. : (Id
9 a in Sern Sedi I
nil
son Mi .' .' Mr* Allen Kornblum.
MAltAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Tempi*!. 951 E
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zjlondek. 15
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Yehuda
Binyamin. 38
Friday. B:16 p m Induction of 7n new
famines, nresentatlon ajt"KUr Charter bj Joseph Qolden.
presiaenl of ih.- Bouthsaal Re*
('nit.-ii BynaKOfrue of America, who
will speak on "Th.. BynaarofruiMy
H'ime Away From Home Ones Shab-
bat sponsored iiv Sisterhood.
MIAMl'uACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodo. Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever. '7
BETH TORAH. 1C51 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
echitz. Cantor Jacob B. V>ndelson.
34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Victor D. Zwel-
ing. Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
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SINAI (Temple) OF NORTH DADE
18S01 NE iPnd Ave. Roform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kmgsley. Cantor Irvmo
Shu'kes. 37
Pi ida) eveulnfr. Family Worship Serv-
es, blessing of children wiih blrth-
ln Mi vi mber Saturday, i":30
a.m., study of Torah portion.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 19151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov
Bidnick 36
YOUNG ISRAEL CF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Ortb'jdox
Rabbi Zev Left. 39
:0R4l GABIES
JUDEA (Temple). 5SW) Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Michael B. Eisen.
tat. Cantor Rita Shore. 40
ZAMORA (Templei. 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabh. Maurice Kit n
m Sermoi
. I Times. The Measun I Man micst
SI abbal Sisterhood
S itunla^, <'I5 i.n revii ol ilie
MMfMM
MCGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9348 Harding Ave. Ortncdo*. Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. 50
FORT LAVDWOAlt
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W.
Oakland Park B'vd. Rabbi Phmp fi.
Labowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU-EL. 3243 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON
GREGATION. Liberal. 3501 Uni-
versity Dr. Rabhi Max Weitz. 44
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 8753
N.W, 57th St.. (Conservative) Rab-
bi Milton J. Gross. 44-A
P0MPAM0 BEACH
MARGATE JEWISH CIINTER 6101
NW 9th St. 44-B
BETH EL. 2400 Pine Tiee Dr. Or-
thodox. 1
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maur.ce Mam_hes. 11
6HOLOM (Temple). 1S2 Sl 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morns A. Skop.
Cantor Yaacov Henzer. 49
HAUANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
(Conservative). 416 NE 8th Ave.
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz. Cantor
Jacob Danziger 12
NOUrrVOOD
BETH EL (Temple). 1551 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Assist-
ant Rabbi Harvey M. Rosenfeid. 45
Friday. 8:15 p.m Sermon: '"The '""
i .-i Controversy: Ol itlon
on Tradition and Assimilation." by
Harvey l: isenfel I
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 -ef-
fereon Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Elliot Winograd. Cantor Saul Breeh
24
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 4601 Ar.
thur St. Conservative. Raf^bi Mnr.
ton Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 46
IETH SHOLOM (Temple>. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Lion Kronnh.
Cantor David Conviser. 21
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St
Conservative. Habbi Davia Sijaoiro
Assccia e Rabbi, Chaim S. Listfield.
Cantor Yehuda L. Heilbraun. 47
TEMPLE BETH SOLOMON. 927 Lin.
coin Rd. Modern Conservative. Rab-
bi David Raab. 2*-A
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. 22
BETH YOSEPH CHA4M CONGRE-
GATION. 843 Menoian Ave. 21-A
BNAI ZION (Temple) 200.178th St.
Miami Beach. Rabbi Dr. Abraham I.
Jacobson 22-B
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
C JBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREwV CON-
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave.
Rabbi Meir Masliah Melamed. 23-A
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1751 Wash ng.
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
TEMPLE BETH AHM. Conservative.
310 SW 62n 1 Ave.. Kcllywood. Rabbi
Cavid Rosenfield. 47-B
TEMPLE SOLfcL (Lioeral). 5101 Sher.
idan St., Hoi ywood. Rabbi Robert
Frazm. 47-C
YOUNG ISRAEL ot HOLLYWOOD
(Orthodox). 38)1 Stirling Rd. 53
MHMatJtt
ISRAEL (Templi). 6920 SW 35th St
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Drazin
Cantor Abrahim Kester. 48
HOMESTEAD
HOMESTEAD JEW'SH CENTER
183 NE 8th St. Conservative 51
HEBREW ACADEMY. i400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
CONGREGATION AN-NELL (Branch
of Hebrew Academy). 7th St. and
Meridian Ave. Orthodox 25-A
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
16 HESHVAN 5:19
Gen. Yariv Predicts War If
Political Answers Not Found
By Special Report
Gen. Aharon Yariv. Israel's
Minister of Information, said
Sunday in Miami that there could
be another war in the Middle
East within six months if no
political solutions come from the
Arab summit meetings which
concluded in Rabat. Morocco,
Monday.
Gen. Yariv, speaking at a news
conference at the Eden Ro.'
Hotel prior to his keynote
address at a Temple Beth Sholom
Israel Bonds dinner, declared
that the best thing which could
come out of the Arab summits
would be further negotiations
with political concessions and the
approval of Jordan as Israel's
partner in negotiations over the
occupied West Bank of Jordan.
When asked vhat type of
political concessions he was re-
ferring to, Yariv said. "Permit
tins.' tourism back and forth be
tween Israel and the Arab
countries, the end if boycotts
and measures indicative ol
peace."
He explained that Israel is
prepared to make concessions of
territorial compromise in the
framework of such a peace
agreement. The interim position
is not set since the Israeli gov-
ernment is committed to elec-
tions before making territorial
compromises on the West Bank.
As the Information Minister
spoke, representative! of both
the Palestine Liberation Organ-
ization and the Jordan delegation
claimed the right to negotiate for
the return of the West Bank.
Jordan's Km,; H.issein was
holdf out fur the right to
negotiate with Israel to restore
Jordanian sovereignty while PLO
chief Vasir Arafat maintained
that only the "Palestinian
people" have the right to
negotiate the fata of ''PtJaatinian
u rritorj
Yariv said that one of the dif
ficulties in Israel's negotiations
with the Arabs is convincing
them that Israel is there to Stay
"If Israel can convince the
Arabs, then the Arabs will com-
promise."
Only REAL peace can give
Israel REAL security. Yariv ev
Rabbi Landau To
Be Solo Center's
Guest Speaker
The Solo Center of Miami, an
organization of formerly married
men ami women under the aus-
pices of the Mental Health Asso-
ciation .'f Dade County. Inc.. will
ha'.d its next program meeting
at the Immamiel Lutheran
Church, 1770 Brickell Ave., at 8
p.m. Thursday. Nov. 7.
Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual
leader "1 Beth Daviil
tion who served two yea
pr* ant of the Mental Health
ffl here, will be the
guest speaker.
R3hbi Landau, who has i
seled with many divorced and
widowed men and women
through the years, has been able
to determine through studies of
personality conflict the causes if
both destructive and constructive
hologica] behavior. H
share some of his insights in an
nti'led "How V..
Res! ... Per-
sonal Case Studies.''
Admission is free to members.
A nominal charge is rr.a ;
non-memb srs. Small
hood group meetings are hi
all areas of the city th-
Thursday of each month.
been announced. Persons
ing additional information are in-
vited to call Maxene Grossman
or Ann Cordrav at the Sole
ter. 800 Brickell Plaza.
plained adding that Israel il
aware of the fact that the Arabs
are making intense military ef-
forts and "we are preparing for
war militarily because we don't
want to be caught unprepared
Hi wever, this does not Impair
Israel's readiness to make pace
through compromise and conces-
sion." Israel's Information Min-
ister said.
Gen. Yariv's visit to South
F.orida this week-end also mark.
eJ the beginning of "Forty Days
of Action for Israel," a special
Israel Bonds campaign which
was launched on the first an-
niversary of the ceasefire agree-
ment with Egypt. He was person-
ally involved in the negotiations
of that ceasefire and was one of
the Israeli officials who signed
the pact at Kilometer 101 one
vear ago
Dr. Lson Kioni3h (right), spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Shclom, greets Gen. Aharon Yariv, Israel's Minister of In-
formation, prior to a sewi conference Sunday at the Eden
Roc Hotel.
Keshens Chairing Third Annual
South Dade Hebrew Academy Dance
S : i : : A
will hold its I nua iinr.er
MR. and MM NtlSON KtSHiH
dance Saturday. Dec. 7. Cha
the event at the Carillon H >tel
will be Mr. and Mrs. Nela in
K ihen.
Mr. Keshen said that a k^1'
dea! of planning and thought has
g ine into this year's event, it
has been our custom to have a
guest speaker and also to honor
an individual with the school's
Ben-Gu:ion Award.
"Since the school has been in
its new tadlity more than dou-
its enrollment from last
year, the gro mils have been van-
dalized and anti-Semitic slogan-
written on the walls. Most re-
the school aign was in-
- i with a swastika and the
the ovens'," he
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A program of Hebrew
Russian and Hungarian
will be featured at the
ing of 'ho Brani.
trict of Miami Beach. Zionil
ganization of Amerii I
at 8:00 p.m in the \
Federal Auditorium. 1133 N
mandy Dr. Miami B<
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Caribbean Cruise on top line .. Conduct Friday eve and
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available Nov. 19 and 26. Write FKS, c/o Jawish Floridian,
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Scholarship Ball To Honor
Dr. and Mrs. Joel Dehitis
Beth Moshe To Receive Charter Friday Evening
plans are being finalized for
the fifth annual Scholarship Ball
oi the Hillel Community Day
DR. ami MKS. JOtL DtHHIS
School, 21288 Biscayne Blvd.,
North Miami Beach, according
to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Scheck I
and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gold, I
chairmen. The dinner dance will !
be held Saturday at 8 p.m. in |
the Diplomat Hotel, Hollywood. !
Dr. and Mrs. Joel Dennis, I
founders of the school, are being
honored for their dedication to
Hillel and their hard work from
its inception to the present.
They will receive an award for
< utstanding achievement and
dedication during the past five
years.
Dr. Dennis was founding presi-
dent of Hillel and is presently
chairman of the building fund.
Peslu Dennis serves as registra-
tion vice president and has
boosted school enrollment to a
new high.
The principal speaker for the
evening will be Rabbi Max Lip-
Bchitz. Rabbi Lipschitz, spiritual
leader of Beth Torah Congrega-
tion, is a very close personal
friend of the Dennises.
Dr. Lipschitz, ordained at
Yeshiva University, received his
Master's degree in Education
from Columbia University and
his Ph.D. in Semitic and Hebrew
Studies from the University of
Wisconsin.
"T irah education is the lifc-
QUEEN ESTHER
KOSHER POULTRY
and
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line of Jewish survival," Dr.
Lipschitz said. His main goal,
he added, is to further Jewish
education for the young as well
as the old.
The Hillel Community Day
School, which offers the finest
secular and religious education
to more than two hundred chil-
dren from the North Dade,
South Broward area, is a bene-
ficiary agency of Fede:ation.
Temple Beth Moshe of North
TvfWmi wilt 'be presented its
Charter Affiliation as a member
congregation of the United Syna-
gogue of America by Joseph
Golden, president of the South-
east Region, at Friday evening
services.
Herbert S. Lelchul:. president
of Temple Beth Moshe, will ac-
cept the charter on behalf of
the congregation.
The United Synagogue of
America, founded in 1913, is the
association of Conservative Con-
gregations in the United States
and Canada.
Other congregations in South
Florida which are affiliated with
the Southeast Region are Tem-
ple Beth Shalom and Temple
Sinai, Hollywood; Beth David
Congregation, Congregation B'-
nai Raphael, Temple Or Olom
and Temple Zion, Miami; Tem-
ple Emanu-El, Temple Menorah
and Temple Ner Tamid, Miami
Beach; Beth Torah Congrega-
tion, North Miami Beach; Tem-
ple Sholom, Pompano Beach;
Temple Beth Israel, Sunrise,
and Temple Beth El, West Palm
Beach.
Rabbi Seymour Friedman is
executive director and Harry
Silverman is director of youth
activities. The regional office is
located at 1820 NE 163rd St.,
North Miami Beach.
Games At Ahavat Shalom
Games will be held at Ahavat
Shalom Congregation Saturday
beginning at 8:30 p.m. Refresh-
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Hillel Beit Cafe Is Open
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Friday, November 1, 19~4
Both Am -Night In Israel' ADL Calls On
To Honor Mr. atrtMfesJ Bart* Candidates To
Reject KKK
i Air. will pn
a most .il evenin
half of Israel Bonds Saturday,
No\. 23, it hi innounced
: j Di H< rl ei' Ba L. ipir-
e congregation.
Featuring a special is:ae I
Israeli wine tast-
ing, cocktails tacular Is-
raeli rtain-
ment and the b dl ling of Both
- own "Kl I the went
is a Night in h ael" ^ hkh will
n the te i
j. .. South
Irman and
ji vice president ol Temple Beth
and his who. Irene, "ho
m a trip
to Isi ae!, will ix* I it the
Beth Am "Night in Israel."
They will receive the State of
Israel Masada Award in re
ti'>n of "notable achievement in
fortifying the economic founda-
tions of Israel."
Baros, president if the Retail
Floor Covering Institute, Is pres-
ident of the Miami Rug Com-
pany. A past ; resident of Tern-
I e Beth Shiran, he serves on
the budget committee <>f the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion anil is the former president
of the Jewish Vocational Serv-
ice.
Mrs. Baros. a member of the
Aviva group of Hadassah, is etli-
tor of Temple Beth Am Sister-
hood's newspaper. A past re-
gional president of B'nai B'rith
Young Women, she is South
Pre-Thcnhgivhg Bciaar leukemia Society Benefit
i. ,1 i lAMifahtfftual pwHAIts.
U a.m.
Laki '' Ken"
a Dr.. to fene.it le
MR and MRS. I WIUIAM BAKOS. if.
Dade vice-chairman of the Wom-
en's Division of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation's CJA-
IEF campaign.
Mrs. Bams is the former pres-
ident of the Lorber chapter oi
the Children's Asthma Research
Institute ami Hospital, and is
active in the American Technion
Society and the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women.
Mayor Rosen Elected To Cochair
Florida's Bar-Ilau Coiiiniittee
Mayor Harold Rosen of Miami
Beach has been elected cochair-
man of the Florida Committee
lor Bar-Han University. Ills ac-
tance was announced Wed-
nes laj by Dr. Joseph Lookstein,
chancellor of the Israeli univer-
sity located in Ramat Can.
Ramat Gan is the official sis-
ter city of Miami Beach, having
be< n so designated in official
ceremonies here and in Israel
conducted by the late Mayor
Chuck Hall.
Mayor Rosen, who succeeded
Hall, is a member of the board
of directors of the Greater Mi-
ami Chapter of the American i
Red Magen David for Israel and
has aided its successful cam-
paigns for ambulances and Is-
rael's only blood bank.
A former municipal Judge,
Ma., or Rosen la B meml>er of
the Jewish War Veterans of the
S \. He served in the Amer-
ican armed forces during both
i War II and the Korean
War.
Bar-Dan University has open-
ed offices in the 420 Lincoln
Road Bldg., and will expand its
activities throughout the state
under the direction Of Gerald
Schwartz. Schwai t/ i< executive
vice chairman of the Florida
Committee for Bar-Uan and In
]9t*)0 was executive vice presi-
dent of the Israeli university,
Bar-Dan last week opened its
1974-73 academic year with an
enrollment of 7.000 students,
many of tliem veterans of the
Yom Kippur War. The freshman
class of 1,800 is the lamest In
the 19-year history of Bar-Han.
Richard Essen vice chairman
it the Florida Regional Board
the Anti-Di tarnation I i
of B'nal B'rith, released the fol-
lowing statement from the ADL
this week:
"Recently Florklians have
learned that two candidates for
high public office In the state
have solicited support from lead-
ei of the Ku Klux Klan.
"Candidate Bruce Smathers
denies he knew the men he met
with are Klansmen.
"Jeffrey Latham, candidate
foi state treasurer, who acl
edges he sought support from
the Klan, leaves us incredulous
by his assertion thai be was un-
, ol the Ku Klux Klan's
history of racism and anti-
Si mitism.
The Anti-Defamation League
ol B'nai B'rith is a non-political
organization which does not en-
se candidates tor public of-
fice.
"However, we feel compelled
at this time to express our
repugnance at the spectacle ol
any political candidate who
d court the favor of well
known leaders ol the remaining
remnants of the Klan.
Rest there be any question
in anyone's mindwhile the
KKK's active membership in
Florida is tiny, its violence-
inciting philosophy, steeped in
I. religious and ethnic prej-
udice, has remained unchanged
throughout the years.
"The philosophy of the Ku
Klux Klan is fundamentally tin-
American.
"For this reason, and in the
face of recent events, we call
today upon the leaders of the
Republican and Democratic
parties in Florida to repudiate
forthrightly and unequivocally
all efforts to enlist the political
:t of the Ku Klux Klan.
or any other exponent ol i'i^--
i it ry.
Also, now that Mr. Latham
has N-en informed on the nature
and history ol the Klan. we call
upon him to reconsider his posi-
tion, reject its support, and re-
nounce its philosophy.''
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Michael s. hechter, permanent
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b) Roy Schuitz ami Kdward
Levcne
Al Rose, chairman ol the
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William Kahn To Address JCC's
Board Of Directors Next Week
William Kahn. executive vice
lnesident ol the Jewish Commu-
nity Associations of St. Louis,
Mo., will be in Miami next Wed-
nesday and Thursday to address
the board of directors of the
j< Cs, Stanley R. Gilbert, presi-
dent of the Jewish Community
("inters of South Florida, has
announced.
Mr. Kahn. who will s; eaU on
'The American Jewish Commu-
ii : and i '"1 in tliis Critical
i c" wii: be giving a first
; ;i repoi i on Israel, as he has
returns I from an extended
stay in th;it 11 iuntr)
He w ill alw < onduct an all*
itafl institute as well as ad-
Mian Communal Profes-
B W( ''is
[r. Kaim is an Associate Pn>-
or hi the St. Louis Graduate
So ixil "i Sot ia! Service and has
served as president of the Asso-
ciation of Jewish Center Work-
ers and as a board member of
Dr. Waskow
Sunday's
Lecturer
:>r. Arthur Waskow. Resident
Fellow of the Institute for Pol-
icy Studies In Washington, will
address hinuell t<> "American,
Jews and
God: A Pre-
election Look
at the Eter-
nal Trian-
at Tem-
ple Israel of
Creator Mi-
ami Sunday
morning.
A i t h u r
Waskow has
made !-is rep-
utation not
only as a
m nolar oi Ami lean policyfor-
i n an i domestic bu( as a
. der in the radical Jewish
n vement of the past decade
li;s "Fi i Seder," a new
adah for Passover, an l his
writings on Jewish Issues In the
Niw York 'iimes. Response, Ju-
i a n and the Village Voice,
ai ong other publications, have
acted national notice.
Dr. Waskow- has lH?en active
,in liberal ind radical politics m
addition to writing such books
as "The Limits of Defense,"
'The Worried Man's Guide to
World Peace" and is now at
uo;k on a new one titled "Lib-
eration oi the Spirit: Religious
C nmunities and Movements."
The title he chose for his lec-
ture is an indication of the di-
re tion of his own life-style.
The lei cure begins1 at 10 a.m.
and singli is ell as ~ ies tick-
ets ai e i. ai.' le.
Dr. Arthur Waskow
WARM LOVING
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in the S.W. or Gables area
to board 9-year old boy,
.light speech problem,
who attends
GABIES ACADEMY
at 7700 Miller Road.
Transportation to school
provided, if needed-
Will pay $200-monthly
for board.
For details phone
379-2676-days or
8664633 nights. Mrs. Kay.
WIUIAM KAHN
the National Jewish Welfare
Board. He received his B.A. and
Master's degrees in Social Work
from the University of Pitts-
burgh.
Rep. Danto Fascall is seek-
ing another term in the U.S.
Congress n next Tuesday's
eleclion. Fascell, long involv-
ed with the Congressional
Committee on Government
Operations, is also identified
with a wide variety of health,
welfare and public works
projects.
Miami Chapter of
Hadassah Groups
Begin Activities
Mrs. Bernard Mandler, presi-
dent of the Miami Chapter of
Hadassah, announces the open-
ing activities f two of its
groups:
The Kadimah Group will meet
ai noon Monday i" the Sky Lake
Auditorium, 18654 NE 18th Ave.
K. at ires include the firsl draw-
ing ni the "Lucky Ima as plan-
ned l).. Alice Mallne. Youth
Ail ah chairman, ami a skit
dramatizing Henrietta Szold's
role in the Youth Aiiyah Move-
ment, directed by Bea Wolfson,
program vice president.
The group will also hold a
card party and luncheon under
the chairmanship ol Ss lie Kate,
vice pre-idont for fund raising,
at noon Wednesday, Nov. 13, in
Sky Lake Gardens Auditorium.
The admission is one food stamp
book plus Si with the Hadassah
Hospital receiving the proceeds.
The luncheon is under the direc-
tion of Sylvia Blumberg, hospf-
talit) chairman.
Mt. Scopus Group iu hold a
Youth Aiiyah Luncheon at its
regular meeting Monday at 1
p.m. in the Kiist !'v '' ral Bank,
Coral Waj and 27th Ave, Guest
speaker will l' Mrs. Morns Her-
man, past president oi the Mi-
ami Chapter Of Hadassah and ;a
member of Hnctftswih- National
Board.
JWV Post,
Auxiliary
Activities
Harold Uhr, Department Com-
mander for the State of Florida,
Jewish War Veterans of the
United States, accompanied by
his Department Stafl, will pre-
sent the traveling gavel to West
Palm Beach Post 406, Monday
evening.
The traveling gavel will also
he presented to the Miami Beach
Post 330 next Tuesday.
fr -ft &
The Homestead-Naranja Poet
ol the Jewish War Veterans ol
the United stairs ol America,
will serve refreshments each
Thursday evening following reli-
uiinis services to he conducted
by the newly appointed Chaplain.
Rabbi Sol Landau, at the Home-
stead Air Force Base Chape!.
These refreshments are beini;
donated by the various Posts
and Auxiliaries in Dade County.
David Fried, Commander, is in
charge.
a a &
The Jewish War Veterans Post
and Auxiliary No. 330 will hold
a regular business meeting
Thursday, Now 7, at 8:30 p.m..
at the American legion Hall.
18th and Alton Road, Miami
Beach.
The Ladies Auxiliary will p'.an
the mah jonjj and card party to
lie held Sunday, Nov. 17. All
invmbers, friends and guests are
invited to attend. Refreshments
will be served. For information,
telephone Mrs. Pauline La/arus.
president.

Members of the Norman Bruce
Brown Auxiliary and Post No.
174 Of the Jewish War Veterans
Will entertain patients of the 4th
am1. 12th floors at the Veterans
Hospital Saturday. Kssie Kolin-
sky is hospital chairman for the
Auxiliary and Ed Brenner is
chairman for the Post. Included
in the group of volunteers aie
post commander and auxiliary
piesident Alex and Claire Green-
wald. Belle Swait/. Sylvia Lieb-
man. Mae Schreiber, Pearl
Weinstem. Gertrude Raderman,
Sam Kishman and Ferdinand
Cantor will also help with the
refreshments and entertainment.
Ladies Auxiliary of the Victor
P. Freedman Jewish War Vet-
erans of America Post No. til.!
will hold its regular general
meeting at the Home Federal
Building on Bast Hallandale
i;eaeh Blvd., Hallandale. Tues-
day. Refreshments will !* serv-
ed at noon.
Rose Hecht, president, will
preside at the mcetin when the
budget lor the coming year will
he presented to the members.
Malvina Freeman, P.N.P., pro-
mam chairman, will introduce
the u'uest ol the day Florence
Rose, entertainment and drama
critic "t the Hallandale Digest,
who will rjve a dramatic read-
ing.
_________________________________ i
Histadrut Treasurer To Be
Reception Guest Of Honor
Israel Kessar, newly elected
treasurer of Histadrut, will be
the guest of honor at a recep-
tion in the Fontalnebleau Hotel
Thursday, Nov. 7, at 7:30 p.m.,
according t<> an announcement
made by Dr. Leon Kronish. na-
tional board chairman, and na-
tional vice chairman Moc l.evin,
who serves as chairman of the j
Miami Advisory Hoard.
The 41-year-old Kessar, first
Yemenite to hold a high i*>si-,
turn in the Histadrut. is res|>n-
sihle lor support of the many
social welfare and aid-projects
funded by the organization's ef-
forts here in his key i>ost in the
Executive Bureau. Reservations
for the reception may be made
by contacting the Histadrut of-
fice at 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami
Leach.
Harriet (Mrs. Elliot) Witkind (enter) and Esther (Mrs. Hyman)
Merlin show Ames Early, executive director of the hospi-
tal, a special cake decorated with the "Circle of Concern"
insignia of Mercy Hospital. Mrs. Witkind and Mrs. Merlin,
and their husbands, are on the committee for the hospital's
Charily Ball. Proceeds of the ball, which will be held Nov.
22 at the Doral Country Club, will be used to expand the
existing dialysis unit at the hospital.
Allen Goldberg Reappointed
Allen Goldberg, civic, reli-
gious, fraternal and community
leader, has been reappointed to
the .City of Miami Beach Person-
nel Board lor another live years.
Mr. Goldberg, president and
owner of 'he Allen Goldl I I:-' In-
cut Company and Allen
Goldberg Associates, has had a
distinguished career in Miami
Beach, serving as i airman of
Membership Tea Nov. 7
The annual membership tea of
Beth Kodesh Sisterhood will take
place Thursday, Nov. 7, at 1:00
p.m. in the auditorium.
New members and "life niem-
bers" will he honored by the
chairman. Mrs. Gii^ie Jacobs-
kind The president. Mrs. Irvvin
LechowiU will extend greetings.
Cantor Leon Segal will render
Israeli and Yiddish numbers.
Rabbi Max Shaoiro will discus
"Women of Valor." A social
hour with relreshments will fol-
low.
To MB. Personnel Board
the Juvenile Delinquency Board
created by formi r City Manager
Claude Kerishaw. and as chair-
man of the Emergency Welfare
Services Division ol Civil De-
tense; past presidi 'it oi the
Civic League and of Ti
Emanu-El Men's Club and for
many years a member of the
e's board rs. He
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Friday, November 1, 1974
Ganison Exhibit Opens Nov. 10 At Lowe-Levinson
Welded steel sculpture of The
Old Testament," by Henry Gam-
son of Chicago and Fort Lauder-
dale, will go on exhibition at the
Lowe LevintOB Art Gallery of
Temple Beth Sholom of Greater
Miami, Sunday, Nov. 10, accord-
ing to an announcement by Judy
Drinker, iirector of the gallery.
A reception from 5:00 to 700
pm. will mark the opening that
afternoon and the exhibition will
be on view until Dec. 3.
Gamson was born in Chicago
and studied at the Art institute
anil wiih private instructors il
work has been exhibited at vari-
ous Art Institute shows and at
the Ravinia Art Festi* ..;. the
New Horizons Show, the Mo-
mentum Show, and numerous
invitational" shows.
Gamioa, whose work is on
permanent display at various
synagogues and the Spertus Mu-
seum Located in Temple Bethel
of Highland Park, has taught
sculpture at the Suburban Fine
Arts Center and is currently
teaching at the Sculpture Guild
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Stone Principal Speaker For
Annual Scholarship1 Dinner
Fi y <-i
Stale
uted
i Ion, I
, i 27th
inner of tl
er Miami Hebtew Academy,

| 2 at the Di
. with R
K ism LI, ] lidenl of the
mi Jewish Federa-
te n, serving as gem rai
man.
Announcement of Mr. Stone's
acceptance was ma'ie Wednes-
day l y Rabbi Alexander S.
principal, and Irving
Firtel, president >>f the Hebrew
emy. With nearly 1,(100 Stu-
ii. ntl trie Miami Beach school
is the largest He-.uw day school
in the south.
I. H. Abrams, hairman of the
execi;t:\e committee, and George
:.. nel, cl airman ol the board,
aid some I 300 persons are ex-
pected to attend the Hebrew
Academy dinner. It traditionally
is one of the highlights of the
Jewish community's soda! calen-
dar and the largest locally span
sored I anq It t of a Jewish or-
ganization.
Senatorial nominee Stone is a
member of the boards of direc-
tors of Temple Emanu-El of Mi-
ami Beach and of Temple Beth
Am of South Miami. He has long
been active in Zionist and Jew-
ish organizations in Florida, and
helped secure various state and
local resolutions of support for
Israel during and following the
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oct. 31 through Nov. 3.
The conference will be held in
the Audio-visual Room of the
College Library at 11300 NE 2nd
Ave.
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Dyiiiier Guest Speaker
Kugone Dynner will be guest
speaker at the monthly art
forum sponsored by the Miami
Beach Art Club Friday, Nov. 8,
at 8 p.m. in the Washington
Federal Auditorium. 1234 Wash-
ington Ave., Miami Beach. His
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Friday. November 1, 1974
nC c it n d J
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Directots, Inc. gave Flaky
Pincus, Mil-, and humorist, a
birthda parti' ;>' Piccio-
- Resta irant, .Miami Beach,
. .. ... i Inkj celebrating 50
yi i; > in the advertising busi-
ness, .it. Ing 15 "t which he
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ing Directors inc.
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an Air Force sergeant, is a
.sanitation specta!ist With
unit of the Alaskan Air Com-
mand. His wife. Mary. Is 'he
daughter of Mr. and Ms* ki-
trard J. Gfeea, 5355 SW 99th
Ct.. Miami.
Hal lii < narios Kuliel was
among these who attended the
fi:st Kallah conducted under
t!-.e ausj ices o: the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Ansociation.
Dr. Abraham Katah, president
i : Diopsie College was the
g test speaker at the Oct. 1 i-
i event in the Holiday Iiui-
H illywood Country Club.
-
Roth i5rotii.au. president of
the non-profit Society for
Young Performers, which as-
si is young m isicians with
' ir eiiui ati >: and careeis,
has ii i ii ne I from her summei'
home in Cans la. She has in-
vited talented youngsters l>e-
tvveen II and 21 (thej must
NOT be professional perform-
. to the Soi; ty's eighth
al auditions. If they
will be entitled
to perform in musicales, tele-
\. sion and the Societj 's major
arship concert this sea-
son. Applicants m rst submit
I i ;: i ach< pel nission to
i must bring their
o n arc ompanists if one is
S -nd a stamped.
si f-addressed envelope, and
a letter stating name, age,
address, telephone number,
years studied, name of teacher,
and si registration fee. Candi-
for [voice ind sti igs
i address their applica-
tion to Ri th Brotman, 1335
SW 17th St.. Miami 33145;
i and composition candi-
dates tor voice and strings
Pick, vice president, 800 Wesl
Miami Beach; drama.
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His Excellency, The Ambas-
sadof ol Israel. Nimchut Malta
and Mrs. IHnltr., were the guests
of .Maiirk-* QOBBiaa at the 14th
annual United Nations Concert
and Dinner in the Kennedy
Center Conceit Hall Oct. 19
The Ambassador and his wife
dined at Mr. Gasman's table for
this occasion saluting the rood
and Agriculture Organization of
tlie United Nations. President
and Mr*, bit-raid Ford were hon-
orary patrons of the affair,
v hich was hosted by secretary
or State and Mrs. Henry Kis-
stager,
The annual "Opening of the
Season" hall at Kings Bay Yacht
and Country Club is set for Nov.
15 with entertainment and danc-
ing to Jerry Marshall's orches-
tra. Catering manager Bobby
Eastman set up the affair. For-
mal attire will he optional.
Trad Hochelle kristatl. Ad-
rtenne and Kaymond KriatalPa
first-born, weight d in at ti
pounds, 12 ounces Oct. 16 at
J'.aptist Hospital. The baby's
mother is the daughti r of .lean
and Murray Debllnger ol Surf-
side, and granddaughter of the
late Base and Harry Fields, pio-
neer Miamlans. The proud fa-
ther is the son of Herbert Kris-
tall of .Miami and the late Thrl-
mo Krist.ill.
ORT Chapters
Brunch Sunday
Cynthia (Mrs. Sidney) Kron-
ish, chairman of the executive
committee of the Southeast Re-
gion of ORT, will speak SundaJ
at a membership brunch of th<
Greater Miami Business and
Professional Chapter of Wom-
en's American ORT.
The noon session will Ik? host-
el by Mrs. Jean Roseman at her
Miami Beach home. KilO Me-
ridian Ave. Mrs. Roseman is vice
president and membership chair-
man of the B & 1' Chapter.
Miss Selma Resnick, president
of the chapter, will take part in
the brunch together with Mrs.
Julia Judelson, program chair-
man, and Mrs. Pearl Fisk, honor
roll chairman.
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Pioneer Women's
World Executive
Convenes Nov. 21
NEW 1TORKCharlotte stein,
national president of Pioneer
Women, will lead the American
delegation to the Now 24-25,
World Executive meeting of
Pioneer Women Moet/et Ha-
poalot in Tel Aviv, it was an-
nounced this week.
Mrs. Stein reported a sharup
Step-up in this year's tourism to
Israel from Pioneer Women in
the United States. She stated
that four groups from the
I'nited States will visit Israel
from mid-October until mid-
Noveml.er.
Leaders of Pioneer Women
organizations in twelve coun-
tries of North and South Amer-
ica and Europe are expected to
attend the meetings. They will
be Joined by their colleagues of
Moet/et Hapoalot. Israel sister
organization of Pioneer Women.
Pioneer Women Moetzet Ha-
poalot, it is noted, sponsors,
maintains ami supports more
than one thousand social service
projects and institutions through-
out Israel.
Members of the World Execu-
tive will meet with top govern-
ment leaders in their conference
sessions. Among the major topics
for their deliberations will he
the international political situa-
tion affecting Israel, immigra-
tion and absorption, as well as
the challenges facing Moet/et
Hapoalot in [si lei, and Pioneer
Women activities over*
The World Movement of Pio-
neer Women Moetzet llajxialot
includa inizations in the
I'nited States. Canada. Mexico,
Cieat Britain, France, Belgium,
Australia, Argentina, Brazil,
Peru, Chile and Uruguay, as
well as Israel.
Sherry Blacker
Bee owes Bride
of Gary Freedman
Sherry Gale Blacker became
the bride of Gary Freedman Sat-
urday, Oct. 2*. at the Deauville
Hotel. Miami Beach, where a
mony.
The bride, whose father, Ivar
The bride, whose father, Ivar,
Blacker, is associated with the
Deauville Hotel, was educated
at Miami Beach Senior High
School and the University of
Miami. She is an accountant.
The bridegroom, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Gerald Freedman of
Miami Beach, is vice president
of sales for Insights and Ideas,
Inc.
The bridal party included the
biide's sister, Marsha i Mrs.
James I Holland, matron of
honor, and Billy Auletta, best
man.
The newlyweds will make
their home In South Miami.
Welcoming new members at the recent Mount Sinai Medi-
cal Center Auxiliary Brunch are recruitment cochairman
Mrs. Jodi Multack (seated left) and Mrs. Barbara Fishkin
(seated right). They were joined by Howard Grove, treas-
urer, and Mrs. Gina Ratner. membership vice president in
the Founders' Dining Room. A tour of the Medical Center
followed the meeting. ____
Florida Mizrachi President
Selected As Woman of Valor
Jeanne (Mrs. Alfred) Pinkel-
stein, presidenl Of the Florida
Council Of American Mi/rachi
Women, will receive the Woman
of Valor award at the Mi/raeln
Women Bond with Israel Dinner
Sunday, Nov. 17, at the Fontaine
bleau Hotel.
lr. making the announcement
ol Mrs Finkclstrin's selection as
a Woman of Valor. Milton It.
Parson, executive director <>f the
Greater Miami Israel Etonds Or-
ganisation, declared that she is
one of those unique individuals
Whose life is dedicated to the
survival Of the State of Israel
and the preservation of Jewish
communal life."
Mrs Finkelstein, a Miami
resident since 1946, i< a member
of the national board of Ameri-
can Misrachi women, and was
Instrumental in the formation ol
the Chal Chapter in South Dad'
where she was the first presi-
dent
Mrs. Finkelstein is a former
vice presidenl of the Debbs chap-
ter ol B'nai H rith Women, and
was active in Junior Hadassah in
several capacities. She has led
several fiind-rai.ing drives for
the Hope School for mentally re-
tarded children. Muscular D<
trophy and the Hear* Fund.
In 1972. Mrs. Finkelstein rep-
resented the Southern Region of
American Mizrachi Women on a
special task force mission to i~
rael Site and her husband, a
Certified Pub'te Accountant
were in Israel in October and
again in December. They are
members of Temple Beth Tov.
and arr- active in the Miami
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. Ait Center, ami WPBT-
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work of projects which provide
vital services for Israel's chil-
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located in Israel: and especially
for their help in the social serv-
ices field ami adult welfare.
The work of American Mis-
rachi Women encompasse the
vital support and active partici-
pation in main programs, such
as the Israel Bonds drive, the
United Jewish Appeal, and many
others.
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Public Indictment of PLO, Arafat
Monday on Steps of Courthouse
A delegation representing all
lit.-- of the South Florida
community, will assemble at
in,..n Monday on the Plag!er
Si ii'I slops of the Dado County
Court House to witness the pub-
lie indictment of Yiissir Arafat
and the Palestine Lilwration Or-
ganization.
The event has l>een organized
in express community concern
about the forthcoming a|>|>eai'-
anee <>f 'he terrorist Palestine
Liberation Organization leaders
in the deliberation of the United
Nations General Assembly on the
Middle East Crisis,
'Hie United States strongly
protests the invitation and was
one of the four nations that
voted against the move. Joining
with Bolivia, the Dominican Re-
public and Tsrae'. The action by
these nations will lie lauded dur-
ing the event while those who
voted for the imitation in fact
or by abstention will be called
to account
Hie I'nited States objected to
the imitation because the Pal-
estine Liberation Organization
... a terrorist group whose own
published manifesto opposes ev-
ery humanitarian purpose of the
'.'nitcd Nations charter. Only
once before has a non-member
i tentative addressed the
Genera! Assembly and that was
e Paul VI who pleaded for
ivorld peace.
The event at the Court House
will feature the pr< sentation of
an indictment by the Grand Jury
ii Public Opinion of Informed
Residents of South Florida to
dramatize the concern and an-
RUi-h of those who truly seek
peace in the Middle East and
the world.
H inorary chairman ill be
County Mayor Si hen P. Clark.
Leaders representing numerous
icligin is and ethnic gro ips will
participate in the ceremony.
The event is being coordinated
bv the Community Relations
Committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Choir Trvoiits
At Temple Z:on
Temple Zion, 8000 .Miller Rci,
will hold open tryouts tor both
its Aeappella and Concert Choirs
Wednesday from 7:.'! p.m.
Temple members and residents
of the general community are
invited to join the choirs. The
Aeappella Choir accompanies
Cantor Errol Helfman in Fliday
evening, High Holiday and Fes-
tival services.
The Conceit Choir will give
several performances during the
year, Including a Purim Cantata
in February.
Although not essential, it will
be helpful it those interested
could call Cantor Helfman at
the temple office to set a Bpe-
cifit time during the tryout eve-
ning tot their audition. All try-
ot i- will lie in private and it is
not necessary to prepare a piece.
The Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America,
Posts 223, 746 and 330, recently presented a color TV set
to the Sunrise School for the Retarded. Pictured left to
right are Eli Wrona, Commander Post 746; Florry Wrona,
Auxiliary Vice President 746; Al Parker, Senior Vice Presi
dent Post 746; -James Glascoe, director Sunrise School for
Retarded; Harold Uhr, Commander Jewish War Veterans
Deparlmnnt of Florida; Sidney Potlock, Commander Post
223; Joe Marin, First Senior Vice Commander Post 746.
Margot Berman Presidcnt-Eled Of
Association Of Jewish Libraries
Margot Berman, librarian of
le Beth Am, .">!:>0 N. Ken-
dall Dr.. has been named as
lent ele.t of the Associa-
tion of Jewish Libraries. She
wl s isume the office ol presi-
it the June Conference ol
the Association, which will l>c
held in Miami.
At Hie present lime. Mrs. Ber-
lian is president of the School,
Synagogue and Center Division
of the Association of Jewish
Libraries, and she is completing
her second year as vice presi-
lent of the broader Association.
She has also served a> chairman
.I the South Florida Division of
the Association of Jewish Lib-
at ies.
The Reth Am Library, cur-
rently in Its larger new quarters
at Beth Am, has ti.ooo volumes,
Harriet B. Cohen, assistant
vice president of Washing-
ton Federal Savings and
Loan Association of Miami
Beach, has become the first
woman in Florida to be
awarded a Senior designa-
tion in the American Society
of Appraisers. The Senior
designation award was
based upon Society criteria
which included a written
examination and five years
of full Urns appraisal experi-
ence.
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Women's Corps to
Sponsor Nov, 30
Liiau and Dance
The Woman's Corps of the Pa-
nanicolaou Cancer Research In-
stitute will sponsor a Luau and
dance at Hayfront Auditorium
Saturday. Nov. .'50, Mrs. Jean- ,
nette Massari. president, has an-,
nounced. Prizes valued in the j
thousands of dollars have been i
donated to the project financed j
b> Carl Barresi. Among the
major prizes is a 7-day cruise
for two to Haiti. Jamaica and
Nassau, and a flight for two to
!.; Salvador.
inst county-wide
event sponsored by the
Ruth Getitz, co
., i uau, dance and
hi v. stated.
Tickets ire aval
fn to Mrs. Olga
i an. i me nbi rs ol i ie
ittee R
:
sjrium
i urei M Jean
n and Mrs. Juanita N Vow.
ntert linment chairmen; Mrs,
Bobb Pi b '< t'< coratioru ch ilr-
,. i.ii Solomon and Mrs.
| Kaplan, tickets chairmen.
Mrs. Anthoula Demopoulos, door
I n and Mrs. Evelyn Kaplin,
asm or.
MARGOT BtRMAN
the
and is rapidly Increasing
number of books on hand.
Mrs. Herman, the wife of Dr.
Irwin Berman, an academic
scientist on the faculty of the
University of Miami School of
Medic ine, has served as librarian
of Temple Beth Am for nine
years.
Biscayne Season
Opening Nov. 7
With only two more nights of
free schooling races remaining, I
Biscayne Dock Track is prepar-
ing for the gala opening of the;
Mist half ol its 1974-75 season
Thursday night, Nov. 7.
The final schooling programs'
are slated for Monday and
Tuesday nights, with first post
at 6:30. As usual, admission.'
parking and programs are free
to the public and youngsters will
ho supplied with a tree hot dogj
and soft drink as well as special j
entertainment.
Post-time for the regular sea-j
son i- s p.m. and the meeting
will extend 55 nights through
Jan. 9. During this period, there
also will be 27 matinee programs
With first post at 1 p.m. For its i
new meeting, Biscayne will con-;
Unite its policy of admitting!
Senior Citizens free to the,
grandstand during weekly mati-
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Friday, November 1. 1974
Dr. Marvin A. Sackner Is New
{Director Of Medical Services
I .n v -
( I Diseases ol

a;<; oil II I ol Mi
: fi the m li d cei
tor, ai
"Dr. v:
acti:-.
1 tlon in
tl ... in
respoi s as
moi he i : le i.
A> di <; I-., Dr. Sackner will
the arii is divisions
of tin *i Brtment of Medicine
venturin towards a working
c:ite. with thOM
c'.i\i.-!< s. i [e .! X Bi : VS as an
ex- iffi member <-i a.I medical
: ittees.
Dr. Sackner is a dipioinate of
the American Board of Internal
Me ioine and Pulmonary I to-
tease, a member of the Pulmon-
ary Disease Board. Chief of Pul-
. Medicine and a Profes-
or < : Medicine at the Cniver-
it/ of Miami.
A member of the American
Fedeintion of Clinical Research,
a Fe'low of the American Col-
,: Physicians, member of
the American Physiological
Scciftv. aid fellow of the Am-
erican, College of Chesl Physi-
cians Dr. Sackner is presently
president of the Florida Thorac-
DA. AlAft/IN A. SACKNIR
lc S riety. He li past president
I > ie Florida Chapter of Amer-
ican Collere of Chest Physi-
cs ns. and :.s a member of the
Program Committee for the
American Heart Association.
"Dr. Sackner'! leadership has
commanded fie respect of his
colleagues anA employees at this
a center. We look forward
: rking with enthusiasm and '
knowledge." said Goldberg.
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Hebrew Academy
The HeDrev Academy Women
u White
i i :." >v.
tl e Gre iter iami He-
ship i l Mis- living
Fin. I.
Mi -. FI ary life ; i
dent and i ai' enl of tlic
Women, was
Mi-. Leon-
ard Adler, president.
Serving a- cochairmen with
Mrs. Firtel are .Mrs. Gertrude
Shapiro, honorary life president
Of the Hebrew Academy Wom-
en, and Mrs. Rosalie Goldman
and Mrs. Sadie Pedis.
Among the items at the 3 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 10, event which
will lie offered for sale will be
American ami Israeli foods.
"Our aim is to make this a fun
day for the entire family," Mrs.
Firtel said.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal of the Hebrew Acad-
emy and of its Olga and Mar-
garet Weishaus High School for
Girls, will be the guest sjieaker
at the event. i
Also on the agenda will be'
the induction of the women who
will be listed on the Etz C'haim
plaque designed by noted Israeli
artist. Rabbi Zvi Rauhaely.
House-Pool Party And i
Live Band Dance Set
The Young Professionals and
Professionals II, serving Dade
and Broward County single
adults in their 20's, 30's and 40's,
are cosponsoring a Miami Beach
"House-Pool Party," Saturday
at 8 p.m.
A live band dance wiE be held
at The Lion's Share. 18230 NW
2nd Ave., North Miami Beach..
Sunday at 8 p.m. Members and
nun-members are invited. Con-
tact Marty Listowsky, president.
Pioneer Women Sponsoring Nov. 6
Middle East Seminar. luncheon
74
Eliezer Kroll, new director of
ti11? m ffice of the Israel
AH; ah Ci ter, will be
l Jew*
. We Inesdaj at i
.. run and Lunch-
eon sponsor I b; the Pioro i r
Wn'in :i tOiii. Ith !'
ida.
m at the Si
e1 undi r way at 11
a.m.. and open to the general
pul lie.
.. t in the Ml
Easl scminai will be Prof. Sey-
mour l>. Liebman, author and
nnist, and Hanan Sher, di-
rector ol the Youth Aliyah of-
II,,. ed by the Amer-
ican Zionist Youth Federation
and the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
Mrs. Mi!ion Green, president
of the Pioneer Women Council
and national vice president of
the American Zionist Federa-
tion, announce! the pro
and named two cochairmen for
the day.
The cochairmen are Mrs.
Glezella Gutter, vice president
of the Pioneer Women Council,
and Mrs. Bertha Liebmann, vice
president of the Council and
of Pi ineer W i n
.2.
es of
i f ] In this
( he : the
. tl
i
.... |
. :. rn ing, invi
nt, etc. i
i indlvidua eqi sta
e i_'i ation to Isn
South Florida Auto Show
Featuring 3 Special Nights
's South Florida
Auto Show will feature three
Monday ia "Fam-
ily \" ;,i" when all pi*, teens
will lie admitted free with an
i lay is "Dolphins
I when nine superstars
will autograph photos and greet
you. Wednesday la 'Rare Car
Night" when members of the
m of the Sports
Car Club ol America will be on
.
E iwtime la from 5-11 p.m.
Monday through Friday and
from noon to 11 p.m. Saturday
and Sunday.
WE'RE OPEN
THE GREENERY
featuring:
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SUN: 12-5 PM
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Miami Beach Needs Our
Leading DEMOCRAT
ON CITY COUNCIL!
Elect
SOPHIA
ENGLANDER
TUESDAY NOV. 5th
Gty-Wide Election
LEVER 31-B
SOPHIA ENGLANDER
is our able, experienced
DEMOCRATIC
STATE COMMITTEEWOMAN
for Dade County.
Put her to work for our CITY NOW.
Miami Beach Needs
SOPHIA ENGLANDER
com ma jophm m hfr mummm
1*55 couins Avmui
raid itn by Inglotrfer f.r Council fiiiBhi
Sophia tmiAmia


Friday. November 1, 1974
fJewisli fhridiar
Page 11-B
Mrs. Sophia Eiiglander Surveys
Kits-Killing Prospective Voters
Mrs. Soohia Fng;lanriei inten-
| her campaign for Miami
I \ City Council tMg weak
a bus-riding survey of
i residents.
Engiander, Den ratii
stiie committeewoman for Dade
ro dozens of imse.*
:hou1 the closing days oi
I to inten leu- pros-
tive votei on the key is
11 .11 ilmanic ra
active leads for the
Miami Hebrew
, Temple Meno Beth
she h.'.s he .'el!
, n i Johnson an.; : u Dem-
, nominei Stevenson and
!:
- >l h
Mrs. 1
; .'_: for mi i
l i ir : eatB,
. .* city
.....n' i i
I about the
; ol their pci sons ind their
The National Savings and
Loan League has announced
the election of Arthur H.
Courshon as a member of its
Execu:ive Committee. Cour-
shon, who served as presi-
dent of the National Savings
and Loan Leagua in 1969. is
:;:un of the board of
Washington Federal Sav-
cnd Loan Association
...ami Beach and serves
esident and chairman
1 Jefferson Bancorp, Inc.,
v.... n operates Jefferson Na-
t] Bank of Miami Beach,
Jei-.erson National Bank at
Sunny Isles and Jefferson
N-.t:onal Bank at Kendall.
the
I L-l
dog
Matinees
Tues.&Sat.
1p.m.
Nightly 8p.m.
lobdffus
Crest fun! Bltou bet!
property, and they fee! that
' ore | ol ce -on on the stnvk
is the must ffieimt way to fight
crime," Mrs. England
She received the endorse-
ments of numerous Dade teach-
ers, labor and sen! ens or-
ganizations d irin i the week as
her ca ilgn ( ommittee
to more tha
Mis. i.i also stressed
the ii. e.| for ienin ; the
city's touri
ed for an Immelial
or. le ilizeri
llillel Luncheon
Fashion Show
Tuesday Morning
The annr.il 'L inch(
Fashion iow i 1 the Hil-
nity Day S I will
be held Ti esda al I
ai tin- here "f
Abramson, 191 S NE 21s1 Ave.,
A I :i erie fasl m show
'I!'.1 Corse) Corner, Miracle
Mil". Cora < es be I e
ight of thi The
linger le and 11 n e tr will be
.....deled by the i from
llillel.
A un q le se
Items ered for sale
includii g c >n made jewi Iry,
han i ma le flowers, plant
planters, picture frames, decora-
tive andles, personalized T-
shirts ami many others. There
will also i>e a large selection of
Judaica items.
A dairs lun< heon will com-
plete the afternoon where every-
one \siil have the opportunity to
shop and socialize and prepare
for Chanukah which this year
begins Sunday evening, Da 8.
The tickets for the luncheon
boutique are --tiii available; any-
one wishing to attend should
conts tfice.
at calder,
we love you...
and you'll love
calder too!
Racing daily
except Sunday and Tuesday.
Th cnl> traci- I I 'id in the
world, a ways fasl rair or shine.
Open-a r or air jjnditioned. High
speed elevators and escalators
to all levels. Admission SI 00 to
the Grandstand and S2 00 to the
Clubhouse. Gates open ll.Oir
a m week days and 10 30 a m.
Saturdays and Holidays Lunch
served from 11 00 am For infor-
mation and reservations phone.
Dade 625-1311: Broward 523-
4323 West Palm Beach 833-4016.
210th St. and 27th Ave. N.W
Miami. Sorry, no one under 18
admitted.
Weissenberg
Recital At
Beth Sliolom
Alexis Weissenberg-, world
fame is ; lanist, will appear in
recital on Wednesday, Nov. 13,
at 8:30 p.m.. at Temple Beth
Sholom of Greater Miami, li I
1 '. Miami Beach, ac-
cording to Judy Drucker, chair-
e I Jreat \: lists Series
which sponsors this prog
n in Sofia, Wi Issei berg be-
gan his preliminary studies in
piano and co
-tion with
Pantcho V i li-
i la' i foi i
and
continued his
mi'sica
tion in the
\ United 51
I under the su-
jF'^^k I pervision of the
-^^^ late <-:,. -Sa-
liexis .Vc.sscnbtrg
Despite in-
nume al an
earl. a ;e in his i ed, in
Turke estine and Egy] t as
: isive first tour
iutl Aft ica, his care<
I after his
at Carnegie Hall as
vith the New i'ork Phil-
; er tl Ion oi
Georgi .-.- as winner of the
1948 Leventritt Internati
Awai I.
Mr. Weiss -nberg's program for
No.-. 13 includes Partita No. 4
in r> Major, by J. S. Bach;
Sonata No. 'A in B Minor. Opus
58, by tied'ric Chopin: Pictures
at an Exhibition, by Modest
Mussorgsky.
Cochairmen ol the tickets
committee are Mrs. Julius Set
and Mrs. Howai I Slotnick.
James S. Knopke, president of
the Temple, is cochairman ol
the scries.
Tickets arc available at the
temple cilice. Allegro Music
House, Coral Gables; Miami
Beach Radio Co., Lincoln Ros I,
Miami Beach; Photo Center
Stores, Dadeland and 163rd St.
'We The Women' Holding
Forum Meeting Wednesday
A forum meeting will be
held Wednesday, .; 7 p.m. in
: Beach
auditorium, 22nd St. Collins,
a -cording to Mrs. Gabrielle
; resl lent ol We the
nen, Inc.
Topic is "The Import
to Unite the Womi n's V tea
an Effective Political
" in order to fight for
- in the city's public af-
fairs. Max Friedson, a well
known public figure, will
sss the new group on
methods to s i
policies. Public is invited, free
admission.
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Wometco Theatres
An all NEW film...
AIRPORT
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Lit lit.
PATIOlHcMMDV
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u
Harvey Friedman Chairman of 1974
Beth David-Israel Dinner of State
Harvey Friedman will serve u
chairman of the >7! Beth David
Israel Dinner State on Now
j". it has been a ed by
Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual lead-
er of the Beth David Congrega-
tion.
To be honored at the Israel
Bond dinner-dance at the Fon
: di ebleau Hotel Ii and
Mrs, Albt t pienti
r>| Israel
Ma Bda Award.
Friedman, a member of the
American Jewish Congress and
the South Fl trida Cot itcil on
Soviel Fewr; i in the
Israr I ampaign and the
fewish F
pporl m- .ii
the American T chnion S
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Serure are
Corps
of H :-. Davi I
Moie J. L T Ir :h is pri sid' nt
of th
KARVlt mitDMAH
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Friday, November 1, 1974
.Sitmar Combines East West
In Trans-Panama Cruise
Sitmar Cruises combines lies
no. tin- Caribbean and South
America with the Panama Canal
in a February 3. 1978 sailin" of
the T.S.S Fairsea from Los
Angeles.
The 2o.0()0l')n luxury |in?r
will call at 13 port- during the
34-day roundtrip trans-Panama
Canal Voyage,
The lit ;'! also he sold on
i it i! i\ bash ': im either Los
9i !' Everglad is. Spe-
.' air ; ran ; intents are
liable from more than 60
cities in the 1 S. and Canada.
EASTBOUND, ports of call in-
cludi Acapulco, Balboa and Cii-
tobal in thi- Canal Zone, Curacao.
LaGuaira, San Juan. St. Thomas
and Nassau before arrival at Port
Everglades.
The westbound voyage will in-
clude stops in Haiti. Cartagena.
Puerto Vallarta. Mazatlan and
Cabo San Lucas in addition to re-
turn visits to Curacao, the
Panama Canal and Acapulco.
In planning Sitmar's single
1975 trans-Panama voyage, John
R, Berry, vice president-market-
ing, said Sitmar included "ports
offering the greatest variety of
atmosphere. The Fairsea will
at the most popular ports of
.Mexico, the Caribbean and South
America during this cruise."
He added that the entire 34-
day voyage was designed to al-
low at least 12 hours in each
port so passenuer^ can combine
a "'more leisurely vi-:t to a dozen
destinations with the pleasures
"i a deluxe cruise."
RATF.S FOB the 84-day trans
Panama cruise range' from SI.
tiki, per person double oc
cupancy. The 17-day crudes from
ci'her coast are from S850. per
person, double occupancy.
The Fairsea and her sister ship
the T.S.S. Fail-wind, which sails
to the Caribbean from Port
ei la les, are ol Liberian Ree-
. and offer the ultimate in
luxury cruising facilities.
Each shin carries an Italian
crew of approximately 500 and
features three swimming pools.
two nightclubs, seven bars, three
Iladassah Croups
Meet Next Week
Hanna Senesch Group, Miami
ach Chapter of Hadassah, will
i noon at the Al-
gic s Hotel 'ih Inez Townsend
presiding. The film "Always
' will be shown.
Kadlmah Group will meet at
r .'.n Monday in the Singapore
: itel. Leona R islin \> ili presi le
Gerl Sosna will be guest
-. aker.
les will I e shown with Mrs,
Faye Schenk, former national
narrator, at the
I ouis l) ''. an I Group meet-
at 11:30 a.m. in the Fon-
, Hotel. Presiding will
be Mrs. Irving Tei
:*:*:::*::::::*::**:.::
CELEBRATE
AN OLD-FASHIONED
FAMILY CHANNLKAll
DREIDELS
Beautiful, handcrafted Califor-
nia redwood dreidels. Hebrew
letters burned into wood. 2!4"
tall. Playing instructions and
story of dreidel included.
orchestras, professional enter-
tainment, a pizzeria, sauna.
gymnasium ami a 330-seat live
screen theatre.
A staff of 54 cooks and chefs
trained in the Sitmar tradition
of elegant dining at sea carefully
plans and prepares the interni
tional cuisine.
STATEROOMS are equipped
with wall-to-wall carpeting in-
dividually eon'rolled air-condi-
Reservations For Convention
Now Being; Accepted By UOJCA
PERFECT CHANNUKAH GIFT
tor children and grandchildren
$2 EACH (3 FOR $5)
prepaid (postage included)
THE DREIDEL FACTORY*
2445 Prince Street
Berkeley, Ca 94705
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The I'nion of Orthodox Jewish
Congregation of Americas 76th
Anniversary Biennial Convention
Committee has announced details
and rate information for conven-
vention accommodations, in a
statement released through the
office of UOJCA president.
Harold M. Jacobs. Returning to
the Boca Raton Hotel and Club
on Florida's Gold Coast, the con-
vention will take place Thanks-
giving Weekend, Nov. 27-Dec. 1.
All accommodations are air-
conditioned with private bath,
and convention participants are
invited to tak? advantage of the
Boca's magnificent recreational
facilities, including four golf
courses, thirteen tennis courts,
mile long oceanfront and cabana
club, and much more.
Rates tor the five day four
night package, including room,
meals (Modified American Plan).
tips and taxes start at S145.00 per
person, double occupancy. Daily
rates start at $34.00 per person,
and reduced rates are available
for children. Complimentary
Sabbath luncheon, evening re-
freshments, and all convention
programs and entertainment are
included.
The convention committee, un-
der the chairmanship of Al H.
Thomas and Marvin Hershowitz,
will also make arrangements for
participants who wish to stay on
in Miami area (U) hotels after
the convention ends.
A comprehensive brochure,
including a reservation form is
available through the UOJCA
National Office. 116 F-ast 27th
St., New York. NY. 10016, It in-
cludes all rates and reservation
information. Reservations arc
DOW being accepted at the above
address by the Convention Com-
mittee.
Free School Of Jewish Studies To
Be Established Bv Local Hassidim
\ delegation of 30 Florida
Hassidim returned from New
York this week after participat-
ing in a month long holiday
gathering of 10.000 Lubavitcher
Jew- from all over the world.
The Florida group, led by
regional Lubavitcher director
Rabbi Abraham Korf, came back
with plans for a roving "free
university" system of Jewish
education which will be initiated
immediately on a state wide
basis
The program will be started
at schools, synagogues and homes
and will offer courses in tradi-
tional Jewish studies. The over-
all purpose of this wide ranging
Flagler In Final
\\ eek of Season
Flagler Dog Track goes into
its final weekend of racing for
this season with a number "i
special attractions coming up.
i lay night, the unique
American Hurdle Championship
will be held as the top eight
hurdle dogs compete. Flagler Is
one of only two tracks in the
entire country to oiler the pop-
ular jumping event.
Saturday night will be the'
semi-finals ol the S25.0O0 Super
Marathon Championship.
The championship final in the
super marathon will come on
Flatlet's closing night, Wednes-
effort i- in strengthen and de-
velop the Jewish community's
growing sense of rel gious iden-
tity.
"We have observed that when
there is a decline in a commu-
nity's Jewish life it is not
through lack of interest or belief
but rather through lack of know-
ledge." said Rabbi Korf at
Chabad House. South Florida's
Lubavilch center.
The concept of a decentralized
educational program is, accord-
ing to the Miami Hassidim. very
much in the spirit of today's
trend toward people oriented in-
stitutional services. "There is no
good reason for the study of
Torah to be limited by conven-
tional concepts of what is and
what is not a classroom." said
Rabbi Korf.
Subjects to be covered in the
Jewish Free University system
are beginning and advanced Tal-
mud, Kaballah. Hassidic Philoso-
phy, Jewish Cooking. Hassidic
Song Holiday Orientation and
Yiddish. Those interested in
joining existing study centers or
initiating new ones should con-
tact Chabad House. The program
li ooen to all ages and i- free,
COMPANION
For former Colleoe Teacher, Ae 33,
suffered slight stroke; room, board,
salary. House with swimming pool.
Must be able to drive; Phone
545-0673.
FURNISHED ROOM
To rent in a private Mouse for a
Single Woman, all year round pre-
ferred, kitchen privileges. Meat
transportation and excellent shop-
ping facilities. Phone 949-6694...
WANTED HOUSEKEEPER
TO TAKE CARE OF EIDERIT
WOMAN. KOSHER COOKING. N.
MIAMI BEACH AREA. SLEEP IN
OR OUT.
CALL 653-0684 IN MORNINGS
Congenial Jewish Lady
Wanted to share private home,
North Miami Beach, large beautiful
furnished bedroom, opposite Grey-
nolds Park Golf Course. Use ot
entire house Reasonable Rent
947-0878
ASSISTANT RABBI
TORAH READER BAR MITZVAH
TEACHER SEEKS POSITION IN A
CONSERVATIVE TEMPLE.
TEL. 621-0850 CALL ANYT.'ME

_W*>*^**^**,' dotting and heating, four channel
music selection, spacious floor
to-ceiling closets and private fa
cllities,
Headquartered in Los Angeles
In Century City at 10100 Santa
Monica, Blvd. Sitmar Cruises
maintains offices throughout the
U.S. and Canada. Information
and reservations for all Sitmar
Cruises are available through
authorized travel agents.
Ari Goodwin
Adina Adlcr
Michael Orlin
AKI QOODWIN
Saturday, Nov. -'. in the main
sanctuary of Temple Nor Tamid,
Ari Ephraim, son ol Mr, and
Mrs. David Goodwin ol Miami
Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah.
Ari. a student al the Hebrew
Academy, is a membei of the
Honor Society,
A reception in All's honor will
be tendered at Temple Ner
Tamid's Sklar Auditorium. Sun-
day. Nov. 3. Out-of-town guests
will include his grandmother,
Mrs. Ruth RabinowitZ of New-
York City, Mr. and Mrs. Ira
Blumstein. of New Jersey, and
Mr. and Mrs. Don Sehelew of
Toronto, Canada. His grandmo-
ther, Mrs. Anna Goodwin of Re-
ntal Gan. Israel, and Mr. and
Mrs. Phillip Rabinowit/. aunt
and uncle of Arad. Israel, cannot
attend, but will bo honored.
ADINA ADLKIt
Adina, daughter of Cantor
and Mrs. Zvl Adier. will become
Bat Mitzvah Saturday. Nov. '2,
at Temple Kmanu-Kl.
Adina has l>een a student of
the Lehrman Day School since
the age "f three and is now an
8th grader there. Cantor .viler
has been associated with Temple
Fmanu-EI for 15 years.
The celebrant will !>e honored
with a reception in the Fiied-
land Ballroom at Temple
Kmanu-KI.
-'
MICHAEL OKI.IN
Saturday morning services at
Beth David Congregation Nov.
2 will include the Bar Mitzvah
of Michael Scott, son of Mr. and
M>s. Martin Orlin, 8661 SW
Hilst Ten.
The celebrant is an eighth
grade student at Palmetto Jun-
ior High School ami has at-
tended Beth Davids Religious
School eight years.
Michael's parents will host a
reception at Beth David in hon-
or of the occasion. His grand-
The Israeli Folk Festival 74,
starring Yaffa Yarkoni, will
be presented by the Zionist
Organization nf America,
Southeast Region, Saturday,
Nov. 23 at 8:30 p.m. in the
Miami Beach Auditorium.
The one night show, which
will also feature the Adler
Trio, Gadi Elon and The Sa-
bras, is being produced by
Arie Kaduri of American
Genral Entertainment.
mothers, l.ill Orlin and Doroth
Gross, will share in the le-
tn Ities.
Blumberg Invites
Friedman. Roth
And Golden
David Blumberg. Internation-
al B'nai B'rith President, has
extended a special invitation to
Circuit Judge Milton Friedman,
recently elected to the Supreme
Lodge Board ot Governors of In-
ternational B'nai B'rith, Burnett
Roth, a Life Commissioner ot
the Anti-Defamation League and
prominent community leader
and Alfred Golden, who Ls cur-
rently National Hillel Commis-
sioner representing 300 universi-
ties throughout the world, to ac-
company him ami other Inter-
national B'nai B'rith executives
on a specie] tour of Israeli bat-
tlefields.
This tour will be immediately
prior to the International B'nai
B'rith Convention being held in
Israel from Nov. 12 through
Nov. 24
The alxne mentioned three
were also elected M internation-
al delegates to the coin cut ion
Dating Service
Assists Singles
-Marty Listowsky. M.S.W., c<>.
ordinator of The Young Profes-
sionals-Professionals li Singles
Clubs, has Instituted 'The Hu-
man Touch," a dating service
that assists singles in making
the most appropriate choice in
their interpersonal relationships
The Human Touch Utilizes tht
proficiencies of qualified profes-
sionals in the field of human re
lations in Interviewing, selecting
and introducing singles who are
most compatible to each other
For additional information
write The Young Pros-Prca II,
-1 n>i Prairie Ave., Miami Beach,
Fla. 331 in.
Dr. Henry Klein Speaker
At Nov. 7 Spinoza Forum
Dr. Henry Klein, president of
the Allied Retired Medical As-
sociation, will be the Spinoza
Forum lecturer Thursday, Nov.
7. at 9:45 a.m in the Washing
ton Federal Auditorium, 1234
Washington Ac. Miami Bench
Milton Gordon will l>e feature'
Nov. 1-1, Histadrul president I)1.
Sol Stein Not 21, and Dr. Jo-
seph Lang Nov. 28,
Dr. Abraham Wolfson is
founder of the Forum, which
meets every Thursday the ye
around. Arnold Kleiner serves i-
chalrman of the series, which is
free and o|>cn to the public.
Carl Rowan To Be CRB
Luncheon Keynoter
Carl Rowan, a nationally syn-
dicated columnist and broad-
caster, will he the keynote
speaker al the Uth annual Dede
County Community Relations
Board luncheon in the Du|x>nt
Plaza Hotel Friday, Nov. ir>.
The luncheon honors outgoing
board members and prominent
Miamiam who will take their
place. Some 1,00(1 persons are
ex|iected to attend.


[Friday. November 1, 1974
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i
,{ JW Divisions
Beet Wednesday
:a\ Thursday
niber of National Council
. ,-v. i !i Women Di\ Isiona
next Wednesday In var-
.laces, Thej include:
!ay Harbor, 11:30 a.m. at the
i ,,i Rlvage Hotel, featuring
s for Equality" on the
UTj; Coral. 10:30 a.m. at the
\\ niversity Inn. with Susan Pa-
ifl reviewing the book "Voyage
the Damned"; Del Prado at
t First Federal, L8301 Bis-
,. Blvd., featuring fun and
and In lian I ilands, where
itherine Russell, Binger and ac-
anisl will provide a Mus-
I ;, Around the World" and
eon iil hi' served at noon
i ;ie Hotel.
. jean Yehle will illustrate
i n "Agriculture, Marine
i -y and Geology" with
s os at the 11:30 a.m. met ting
Key Biscayne Division in the
Rosenstiel School of Ma-
i Science <>" Virginia Kej;
eon "ill he .served in the
'i i.i.
Lakes "ill meet In the Wash-
Federal, 5.';.". N'K lliTtli
St at 12:30 p.m. A "Vignette ol
j Kissinger" will he pre-
k reviewer Isabel
Si ler. Lincoln Division will fen
a piano concert by Robert
Dante at its noon luncheon in
Delano Hotel.
Ocean View will meet at 10:.'".0
in the Mediterranean Room
Seacoaat Towers West with
i.. isy Singer, guest speaker and
re\ii s ol several books by Jew-
ish authors by Murray Tube!!.
- will feature "Shlp-A-Bo*
at its noon meeting in Grey-
Park. Normandy will meet
in the Washington Federal, 1133
Normandy Dr.. at 11:30 a.m.
with Florence Alberts, executive
tor, Gn ater Miami Section.
Sj eaklng on 'Rescue and Migra-
Uon."
ill Dade has scheduled its
- ling Thursday, Nov. 7. at
a.m. in the home of Sheila
ich. Program "ill be a pres-
entation and demonstration of
methods of self defense by the
County Citi/ens Safetj
I 'ti -ii. il.
Happenings
BASKETBALLA Community
School Boys" Basketball League
opens Tuesday. Nov. 19. at 7 p.m.
in the Ida M. Fisher Community
School gymnasium, 1424 Drexel
Ave., Miami Beach. The games
ill be played each Tuesday in
the Fisher gym; the tournament
is free and open to all syna
> ms. churches, schools, and
official organisations.
-..
ELECTEDH. Samuel Kruse,
vice president of Watson.
Deutschman, Kruse and Lyon,
P A.. | Miami architectural and
engineering firm, has been elec-
t'-d bursar (national treasurer)
of the College of Fellows of th?
American Institute of Architect-
' '
SEMINARS "Re-"'1 Estate
Trends in Miami and Southeast
Florida.'" a scnes of eight Tues-
day evening real estate seminar
sessions, will be offered by the
Department of Continuing Edu-
cation of the Downtown Campus
Miami-Dade Communltj Col-
beginning this week

APPOfVnSD The dlrectoi a
of Washington Federal Savings
and Loan Aasodatlon have ap-
pointed Robert Almond, man-
ager of Washington Federal's
Docn Raton branch, an assistant
moo president and Alberto Sigler
an .".ssistant treasurer.
Gersten Would
Cut Legislature
<*. %
i;.. f.. | temocratic nom-
ine ,i ite le islature
(Dist....... says he would
voti to cut i he legi1 lature In
hall in an effort to modernize
state government and cul un-
necessary expenditures.
Cutting the legislative sixe
would also mean the reduction
in aides, stall positions and
"other non-essential" positions
as well as "wasteful" travel ex-
penditures and |ier diem allow-
am e. "But the piime re ison
foi .i smaller legislature would
nodernization and stream-
lining of government opera-
tions." Gersten said.
A member of a pioneer Dade
1 'o m. family, Gersten, 27, is
the grandson of the late Joseph
N. Morris, a Circuit t ourt Judge
in tlie early '50s; tlie great
nephew of Judt;e Louie Bandel;
and is the son of former Miami
Judge Joseph J. Gersten. He
graduated from New York Uni-
versity School of Government
and Public Administration and
ho'iis a Master's degree from the
University of Maryland in po-
litical science.
Kaniier Believes
In Continuing
Legal Education
Miami tiial attorney Richard
Kanner is seeking the nth Ju-
dicial Circuit Court leal vacated
by Judge Jack Falk In next
Tuesday's runofl election.
'The public "ill be best
served by requiring all Judges
and all lawyers to keep up with
the law by participating in con-
tinuing legal education pro-
crams," the 42-year-old candi-
date has declared.
Kanner, whose family in-
cludes a number of respected
attorneys and judges, is a na-
tive ol Miami and a graduate
of the University ol Florida 1-aw
School. He has served ;l- a
practicing trial attorney for the
past 16 years, and has person-
ally argued cases before the
United States Supreme Court,
he US. District Courts of Ap-
peals, and the Florida Supreim
' 'ourt.
A mem! er ol the Dade Coun-
ty Bar Association and an ac-
tive participant in the Bar As-
sociation's Committee on Ethics,
Kanner is an outspoken cham-
lion of respect for the law in
society.
The son of pioneer Mianiian.-
Mr. an 1 Mis. Aaron Kanner. tin
andidate is a member of Tem-
ple Israel of Cheater Miami.
Chai Chapter Meeting
Chai Chapter of Ploneei
Women will have a meeting
Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. In the
Vmcrican Savings Bank, a.toe
and i Incoln Roads, Miami
i-each. There "ill be a Jewish
Book of the Month review, en
tertainment and refreshments,
according to Ka Kovalsky,
president.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF
.r^Kv'^n^i,..
.-I, nor H II"'iU.i So
,';'.', Aovlv: STOllAOF CO..
Lvrsre :;:,;;;:.,
,,,, rollowln* -r.i-'l propori
l^r.^vr'N.^^':;';;:',;;-;;:;
U.S. Rsp. Claude Pepper is
running in Tuesday's election
to succeed himself to oiiice.
The former U.S. Senator's rec-
ord in Conqress goes back
to the days of Franklin Dela-
no Roosevslt. He is identified
with senior citizen interests,
medical care and as chair-
man of the House Select Com-
mittee on Crime.
LEGAL NOT'CE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NoTICK is IIKHKBY RIVEN that
il,. umli n-luin-U, 'ii mi Ins i" "'
IxiMikm umlcr ihii fiiiiin'ii nami "t
tloi'SK OF TYPKWR1TKK8 nl "''
s.vv. sih Street, Miami, Flu. Intend*
in ni pi i'i in in* with Ui* 'I- rk
i iii. I'm nit i'ourt ol p.ei. Coumy.
I ...I I
HEItlUEItTl MAI'.TINKZ
i" ::, n l-8-ts
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-30&48
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
in UK: Tli- MarriaKe ''
MA r.i v i-\ SOUA.
Wife,
and
i:ii: ai.s i. BOR v
Husband.
Tv SOT KFItAIN It !* mA
All; FOKCK8 ICELAND
p -\ _":
1- p.. New Y-..k. NY. Wil
\i,r ABB HEREBT NOTIFIED
lliHl .in action for Dissolution ol Mar-
rluisc Iron I".n "il"' altnlnsl v.u <"[
mil m.....uli-i-d i" ''I'vi- a iimy of
your wrlltMl defenses, II -lll>'- '" ""
ii via o.i' CKA8K. attorney for Petl-
,..,. uli- uddnw l S730 IVesI
Hairier Street. Miami. Florida, and
nl,. ih iirlKlnul with llw eh r* of Uie
;iI...m Hty.ed ."OH "M or beforo -N'v-
i |H i 1974: otherwise a a. lauli
iil I.....iiin.1 axainMl -ou tor trie
i.ii.i a.mui.k'i in th<- complaint or
'tIiIh notice Rlmll be puliilrfiod once
,iuli '" four conwi-utlvc woK*
, tmk .ikvvisii KI.fUIWAN
witnkss my liiiini .."' "i'' "
uld o on al Miami Klorlan .
11,;.- .'.nil I" > '' '' l'1'4-
111. IIAlCl> P. PUINKl i-
a- Clork, c'a. oil Court
puili County. Florida
p. i It AUK) MiVAl.l.Bi
As li.ouiv ri. rR
H j. nil Court Se 1
UAKOl I' < i:\si.. KS.'
_-,... \vi ,i- laler Street
Mi..ml. K ..liiln SS135
A""I'"V "" ,V1.......R.. ,, i-s-i:
ii.i-li in ni'" '" JVi-m,.NTI'
,,,., ,,r (X-tober I9T4.
11. :.
II I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SEHVICE
iNO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-30577
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
l\ UK: THK MAK1UAUE OF-
I.i il IS l.l'*K.
Iluslmmi. Pctllloni r
mil
K"S VI INI' MANAS I.I CK.
v\ |fi. KtHponilent. ,....
in i:..s vi INH MAN VS l-t K
a;'. N.K. 3rd Court. No. i
\ii imi pliir*.!:.
YOU AIUD I1KBKBT NOTIFIFD
Hi ;.n in in n I.li'i--> "I Mar-
,,.,. ., iii.,1 RntliiHl you and
. ,,,i uri I..mo .1 i" iv'- < c> of
.. A-rittcii it .......'. ii anv. '" ""
l.\Mi:i. KKTTKH KSU.. nttoini-F lor
!..........i- -.Ii... aUdn-Mi i- I"",". '"
. ,,,. iiuildhiK. ni N.E s'''',""'1, Avi':
...... Mil ni Flo '':-. wid nl-- "''
..rlKliml with 'I" ch-rk "i n
..,i..i ...urt "ii or before Novcmi'.r
-.' ij.74; otln i h i-. B di fault will be
'',, .,,1 aKiiliixl >"U for the relief !-
maiideil In lh. iN.mnlaln..... netltlon
riiif nnilci i hall l- I'lH. Ished
, ich w'i. for four .-.-hm i-iniv. wreeka
I,', THK JEW1KH I'l OBIPJAN.
WITNESS mv hnod .Mini the acul
. r.ui l al Miami, Florida on tins
;;,,! ihiv ..f i.i.ii" r. ::!*
lilCHAItU P. IIRINKKM
\. Clerk. Clrcutl Court
1 >:i.l. I'.ioniv. Florida
j:v r. P, < I'l'l'.l AND
An t'-i'iiiv Clerk
Hii.-.iii i'nun Sean .....
HANIKI. ItKTTKR. BHCrt'IllK
lAOn l"..|ii:li-.-s ltUihlilnE
; 11 N.K. Snd Avoimi
Miami Florida Btlll
IMii.li'-: S68-.....'
Ationn > for P. MtKMiar
i.. -, n i-k-is
Mrs. Gerald Mess (left) and Mrs. Norrnan Ciment display
some of the valuable art to be auctioned at ths Amer
icana Hotel Satuiday at 8 p.m. by auctionser Erwin Stern
for the Gulfstieam Chapter of Women's American ORT.
Sophie Primak To Speak
Sophie Primak will siieak on
"An Interview with Harrj S.
Tri n an" ..i the Forte Forum
Tuesriaj ;it ] p.m., in the Forte
Auditorium, l-'uo West Ave.,
.Miami Beach. Mrs. Primak, Mi-
ami Beach book reviewer, is a
member of the Fine Arts .\.i-
visoiv Hoard of Miami Beach,
and a columnist for the "Sun ;
Reporter."
L.S.A.T.
PREP. CLASSES
IRVIN W. KATZ
532-4848
IEGAL NOT'CE
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-3061?
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN UK:
TI ii 'Til v j. vitt, Hxbnnil.
RI VIA SAKNS5 VITT. Wlfo.
TO: KIA IK >ai:n/. VITT
K. i Id. i L'nknow n
v.-u. i:i VIA sAI-'.N'/. vitt -.
h. M on iii. 'I thai n I'i-" in
... lian I......lied HKillllHl v. ii.
mikI you ..' rutiulred i" nerve a conv
. I i.or Aiibw r or Ph adlnn !< in.-
), (lit. I, ,.i, iii. p. lin. in i> Ationn v.
MVI;n\ II. KKltMAN. KS'.'.. P.O.
ii..\ HIS. W.vi.l:.. Flo. *810 and file
Hi.- orlKlnnl Annwer or PI.....Hw In
:!,. ..if...... ih. Clerk ni' 'hi- Circuit
Court ii "i- before tbi !tli day if
V,-.. nil.. .-. I,4. H v-.li fall to .1" >".
.:,, |,> dcfnuH >vili he
uBain*l -..ii for tbi rellol demanded
In :ii. I'i tilion. ,
Thin 'nil.-.- shall !> punllrticu once
. ii.h v\. k for four cutlv. v.. sk*
,n THK n:vv ISH I'i "Kii'ian
|.ii,.i ,ii Miami. Floridn, Ii
,L .... lol i. A.|i t!'74.
IM.'ll Mill P lUIINKKIt. Oiik
i'In-illI Court. I'-"1' County. Kti.rhio
Id ; J RAUHV VMM.I.m'
1 i.-i.uiv i.'l. rk
.ii, nil i llll Si :iH
vi VIII N II i:i:i;.vi.\N. KSQ
l-.i. l:.\ 1113
N'.M.ll. Fin. MM
M lorui > for Plaintiff
,-- iiins
j.. ::. ni- i".
IRA GOLDMAN, D M.D.
FORMERLY WITH
DR. MARSHALL,
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING
OF HIS OFFICE
FOR THE PRACTICE OF
GENERAL DENTISTRY
AT
2100 E. HALLANDALE
BEACH BLVD.
HOME FEDERAL BLDG ,
SUITE 305
HALLANDALE, FLORIDA
33009
Office Hours Mon. Sat.
Telephone 920-4949
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
v..rii i: IS HKHKI<\ U1VKN thai
ill.- undi-ralK-ncd. dealrlnic lo encaee In
i.ii.sin.-- on.1.1 iii>- li.-ii'i-u- name "f
II,,,,.. ..; ||oi> I >" i. uvi..- "f .Mi. mi ni
.-.TI N VV ISHIIl "I", i I.i. OlW t.. U ri.
l-'In :!:"'. Intend lo n winter >- Id
.,. in il,. .-il; .i the .'ii.nil
i -,.iii i ,.i I Midi 'mill) i'i-
I ins <; IIAUIUH
ItOKKIIT II il MlllIH
in -.-:, n 1-8-1"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDIC'Al CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIV'SION
CASE NO. 74-30243
!\ up,; Th. Unrrlniri ol
iiollliis Bl r.i:i:T i.a\vi:i:N'"i..
IV llilon. r
S'li:i l \ RRKD I VWIIENCK.
IS, n idi nl
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
Ti i STKI I \ IIKETl I v v IIK.M 'I:
lloute 7 Bos ISS
.vi... i kvIIIi North t'anillnii -." 'v
vv ini.....in Bond
VOP AUK HK1IKHY SfrTIFIKP
I|,ai ..., Action for Dlewdution ol Jlnr-
i iniri ha 1" ii ii1' nt'alni ou anil
.........i,i-i in -.- v. a ronv '-i
vour written defenaea. If any. to it on
,,\ ^ .-mil Alii. All" ri.ii-
.., \ini:l:is Bl BKIIT i v vv l.KM'i-:.
p, i|i|.....r. whose addn h i- H in Vi
7,1, ivcnue. Mil ml. Fl. -1 I "'I fjlo
i.....Iirlmil with ii" Clerk .-. tlv
l Ktylcd Court "ii or l- fon !l"-
,-.,, ..i \n in'.- r. i:'71. i" -
Ii, ti nil v 111 h' uteri .1 in nln il ) ou
i.i- the rellel demnnded In com-
iifitii Khali be nuhll*-hed ......
, iv, '., I..1 III !'..IH "Ii.-' CUtlVl tt-l V
,, ih< .! ."I. Florldlan.
vvl'l'M'ss inv In-Hit and mal o|
1,1 i ..uri al Nil- in'. Florida, tin*
. i.....- N'tober. IOT '
ItlCHAltn l:KINki:ii. i'i. ii; ol thi
Circuit "'.iir'
11) : I. S I" PlKTRfl
I i. niv i'i. rk
. ii.i -i 'IT 'TIItT BRAT.
IlKUHKltT /.. 14AHVIN. loi the mm
..f .VI MIVIK SHBPPAHD
IM B.W. vTtli Ai nui-
Miami. K'.-i >J:i M154
l't-.i" : -' '"......
II l-> 13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
HTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74.3C42
l\ UK: ti.. _
I l\|.\ IISII' IP 1IA1IN
Pi-lltli.nel
It AI I'll .'-I VS- IN HArlN
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: It vi in M vs-'N 1IA1IN
Ii*,-- i !n -ii Street
\, i i .- |,.ni. North Cirr.lin.1
Y.if vi.i: HKI1BDY NOTIFIED
\. ;,..,, I..,- I >.*>..luin-n "i Mar-
. iuK, ha, i...,, nil d ,.-..niM yon --.
i..ii .,r. niiuin-il i" hi rve .-. copy "
ir : :"|V- "' '' "
MAIM IN .v SIIKPPAKU *"">*
for I IN'I'V BISHOP MAUN. I';.
lli|..nor, \.li'--. uldrew Ih 9150 8.W.
;,i, vv on.. Miami. Floriua "d
ih. Klnal ivlili the Clerk of the
Imivi Ktvled Court "ii or below Ini
-'-.Hi da) f No> nil., r. '.'.'7: othen"l
i.. mull w iii ......''"' i'-'-i"
for lin- rellol demanded in the com-
" Thi- iiolloi Khali 1" niii'Hsiii-.l om-a
ii ,. 1. fur il) f"Ut <-"H' .-utivc v..-'i
i,, ii,.. .i. wlah Florldlan.
vvitndss mv iiuiut and peai
..,i,l i "Oil in Vlinnii. Florida. ""
, | ,| ., ,.. -..!.. r. 11174. .
UICH VHP lUtlNKEU. ci.i-U "i n
i i.nil I'.nirt
ID : I. s ii.-iii:tko
li. nun Clerk
cihccit u ill si: vi.
Ui;i:i;i:uT /. makvi.v for nn u""
of MA11V1N a SHKPTARD
.''," s W STth Avenue
Milim'. I-'.--"'- ':i "'
i !,. ,ii, 7;'-",;'"
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74-30320
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN UK: THK vi UMH M1K OF
111 i:\irr v V N'KACK
vv if.
\ a,
.I'.ril NI3ACK.
lIUKl'iind ,,
\i>u CB il. M'.vi'i:. -!' Shallow-
MnlnitH llad, T outv......I, Ohio
, i, i.> uotifli -i -'h'- com '
\.,r i" il" Dissolution i
pttorn. v, riKOnOB N1CHO-
I 1< i --.. \ vv 13th Avenu.
i.i. XJ1S6. and iii. or]
, Court "ii or i
; ,. J,|l. 197-1 "itl'lVM.-.- 'i
i., ,, i ,. || h. ni.-. .-.d b> v-u
i ,i Dili i-i.-i das of Octoh. r,
' ,'n ii i;|. r IIK1NKEB. CIJiKI v
i |i ism MeCALLEY
l.. vim Clerk
I ;, Il i
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
Vi.il.l-. IS IIKHKBV i:iVK.\ ll '
l 4.| i ipt. r '.7- Florlda.Wa'-
., Ml i WsirohouB" i i i
... .- .Mi.i.ii.'. i:...i"is Wherein Al-
i;i ,-r mi i\'l Sl a STOttAaE CO.. t
i on hy virtue "i
Ii ,, ||i ii has In It* posse .- '- n
Lti, ,..;.... :iib .i.-.-i-iii.-ii property.
. il il. ii In-l.i L.....I--- :ir ihi- prom \
,t W VH11KN J KEKP1 lilt, whose In t
. nowii ml" .- \ \V. 841 i
ii,. Miami. Fla. and thai on jl
- 5th i ni) ol Sov. mi-, r, 1974 dui
;li. I. i::il tlouri of sale in-.iinly betWOI 1
. i i i,nil ^:"ii in the an-
.....,i in .! N w L'lth Avenue. Ml-
.mi Florids the underslmiod i-hull oi-
fur ,,,, :, I.- ihi huthest bi.i.i.-r i-
. b in 1. ""I tin- almve lU-sorib'-t
property of waki:i'n j. kkkpucb
H:.t,.i ,n Miami. Floriua, tbi
"' ....."''" "M .a,;* n.i


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Obituaries
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
r ,
W FINER. David. 83. of Miami.
Riversid.
ALDERMAN. Mildred 80. of Pomoano
Beach c;."
DUBNER Paul 1'. <'' of Miam:
Blealisie liiiiiioi-n! Mouni Nebo
i'.m. r I
FREEMAN. Bettv 78. of Miami.
Riverside Interment Mount Nebo
Cimiki J
Ffchs Ida B.. 81. of Miam: r... h.
Blasberg.
GANZ. Herman H of Miami
Riverside Interment Mount Nebo
( meti 11
BAUER. Sidney. 77. of Miami Beach.
Blaebeni
jaff Jean, 69 of Miami Beach.
EUver8lde.
1 i vy, Helen ".. of Miami Bet n
Riverside.
NEM< v. Max. 56, of Miami Gordon.
Interment Star of David Cemetery,
POTi.EK. Nathan 71. ol North
Miami Beach Blastx re.
ZE1DMAN. Frank. 81. of Miami.
Gordon.
FRE1DIN. Quash U, of North Miami
I each Levitt. Interment Mount
,\i bo C* metery.
1 ENET8KY, Joseph H 84. of
Miami Beach Riverside interment
Mount Mi bo Cemetery.
R ACH UN. Jacob, Of North Miami.
U \itt
ROTH BERG, t alman, 77. ol Miami
i: ach. Riverside.
8ISSENWINE, Harry I.. "< of Miami
i*. bi h Kiv, roidi
BTONB, Victor. To. i Miami Beaoh.
Newman.
BTRA88BR, I'larn. 73. of North M
I ai h. Levitt
WOLFF Benlamln B 76. i f M
i Riversidi Intel men! Mount
Nebo Ci metery.
ZKi.i EER, Samui 71, i I M ami
I:.,, ii I.* vin.
Al DERMAN, Ruben, 78. of M
Newman.
CHARNEY, Jacob, 78 I U ami
Bead \\\ man.
COHEN, llvman. 81, Of Miami Beach.
Blasbi rir.
i PRESS, Harvey. (8. of North
Gordon.
KATES tlustav, S4. of V
B< ai h Riverside.
K< iri mi IFF, Samui I, M ol v
h Levitt,
LAZES. Abraham, 89. of North II -
ami Beach. 1-evitt.
LEVINSON, Birdie. 7:' of North
Miami Beach. Levitt.
L1PSITZ, Margaret Schmalhelser, of
Miami Gordon,
RABIN, Nathan. 82. Of Miami
Beach. Gordon.
RADLER Harry, BS, Of -Miami Beaoh.
Oor,'
RI8KLN. -Shirley. 68. of North Miami
B< ach. Riversidi
BPAKOKF. David. .;.".. of Miami.
Riverside.
WE1N1.ASS. Joe 79. of Miami Beaoh.
Blasberg
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BRENNER Alfred O.. 67. of Miami
Riverside. Inurment Star of David
I', Dietary
FINEGOLD. Bliaabeth B. 78. of Mi-
ami Beaoh Blusher*.
GOODMAN. Al. (is. of North Miami
Beaoh. Blashci;
JAPPE, Remrii 81 of Bay Harbor
[aland! Riverside, Interment Mount
Nebo 'in- *,ry,
KLEBANOFF, David. !-3. of Miami
Riverside,
PIN8KY, Hermai 10. of North Miami
i" ach Riverside.
PONT Tobey. 53. of Miami Beach.
bent.
S1LBERMAN. Mauri... 75. Of North
-Miami Beach Riverside Interment
Mount Nebo Cemetery,
SITE8, Morn.-. 7:.. of Miami Beach.
Riverside,
STRAUS. Alex A 71. of Miami
Beaoh. Blasberg.
Musis Bella, 76. i f Miami Cordon.
B( ISNAK, Joseph B '7. oi Miami.
Riverside.
GLASSMA Sam 84, of North
Miami Newman.
HAl'SER. Rosi of Miami Beach.
Levitt,
LK KOFF, Jack I 62. of Miami.
Rivi i side
M IRKS, Mary, 84 U ami Beach.
Riverside
ROltlilNS. Jack, 70, ol Surfside.
Riverside. M
R< ise.n Etta E aii e. 74. i t Miami
I > .. Rlvei --:de.
MIA N Anna, 88. Of Miami,
ber*
U EDEMANN. Sti Dhanii M ti7. of
Ni Beach. Rh erslde.
WEIS.MA.V San of North
Miami Bt rside.
DAI I.NSKY. U .- A 1 I apt Samuel.
M 11 rdon.
i> Sam 7i ol Miami Beach.
11 i don, *,'
M v, 71. of Miami
live!
Rl SN i is A < Miami Bi aeh,
J. of Miami
Bi ai h Rivet side
) Alyer J 66. of Hollywood,
ilon.
i.........sTEIN Ji ol 85. of Miami.
Rlv< rside Interment Star of David
ten
BRi iDY, 11 la. 74. of Miami Beach,
Now man,
Gol 1'si KIN, Mai Miami
Bi ach Rivi rside.
GOODMAN. David. Of North Miami.
I \ nt.
HOKOVA ITZ David. 68. of Miami
Bi ii I, Ri\ erslde.
LLP8KY, Alberl A 78. ,.f Miami
Beaoh. RiveraRW
PALMER. Mabel. 68, of Miami.
Riverside. Inurment Star of David
Cemetery.
PERKAL, Moiaes, 73 of Miami Beach.
Riverside.
RADER, Minnie 75, Of Miami Beach.
N.w man.
SCHAEFER, Rose. "7. of North Mi-
ami Reach. Levitt
SHAPIRO Harry. 77. of North Miami
Beach Newman.
Si I. > ER, Kaye. 84. of Miami Beach.
Blasberg.
WIENMHEIM. Joseph, 70, Of Miami
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY^
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-6780
J. GWYNN PARKER
In RE: Estate of
DAVID KLEBANOFF
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! and All Persons Hav-
in* Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and reouir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which vnu may have a*ainst the es-
tate of DAVID KLEBANOFF deceas-
ed lata oi Dade County, Florida, to the
Circuit Jud*es of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16. Florida Stat-
utes in their offices In the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within four calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
the same will be barred
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 18th
day of October. AD 1974
ROAD AND CAS6EL
By ALV1N CASBEL
As Attorneys
First publication of this notice on
the 2Mh dav of o.-mber 1*74.
BROAD AND CASBEL
Attorney for Estate
480 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Ba.
(6J1-1100)
10 25 11/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
pNtdBATE HO. 7468
in RE: Estate of
MARY NAGY
deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You arc hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any laini- and demands
which you may hav ajrainat the es-
tate of MARY NAGY deceas-
ed lat. ol Dado County. Florida, to the
Circuit Judges of Dade County, and
file the sain- it. duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 733.16. Florida stat-
utes In then o'i:, si In the Countv
Courthouse In Dado County. Florida.
within four calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
the same will be barred
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 17th
day of October. AD 1H74.
MARY T. TOTH
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
:h day of October 1974.
Andrew J. Toth
Attorney for Executrix
S185 I'ark Drive- Suite E
Miami Shore*. Florida 331J8
10,25 11/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-0786
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE Batata of
ARM.'1.1 .F. SOLOMON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing I Demands Attainst Said
Bstati
You arc hereby notified and requir-
ed to presi nl any claims and demands
winch v.,u mav have aeainst the es-
,i. of AHNELLE SOLOMON deceas-
ed lati ol Dade County, Florida, to the
Circuit .luilces of Hade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as oro-
v.d.d in Section 733.16. Florida Stat-
ates in their offices in the County
cVurtl.ous, in Dade County. Flo? Ida.
within four calendar months from the
nine of the first publication hereof, or
the sami N ill be barred.
Filed al Miami. Florida, this 17tb
dav of o, tnber. A.I). 1974.
BERNARD W RUDNICK
As Executor
First publication of this notice eo
thi 86th dav of October. 1974.
JORDAN H1TTEI.
Attorney for Executor
One S E. Third Ave.. Miami. Florida
10/26 11/1
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open Every Day e Closed Sabbath
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 266-2888
LEGAL NOTICE
evitt
emonal
"JIVV/SH fUSiRAL DlttCTCWS"
hi Chape)
SfftAt Dl
LOCAL A NO OUT OF ITATI
ARHANGtMENT.t
CIRCUIT COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 74-30141
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
l\ RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
EMERY CANNON
Wife
vs.
JOHN L, CANNON
Husband.
You JOHN I,. CANNON. RESI-
DENCE UNKNOWN, are hereby notl-
f d to serve a copy of your Answer to
the Dissolution of Marriage filed
uralnst you. uoon Wife's attorney.
1EOROE NICHOLAS. ESg 612 N W
''Hi Av.nue. Miami. Florida 33136. and
' le original with Clerk of Court on or
before November 2S. 1974 otherwise
(he Petition will be confessed by
i vop
Dated this 18th day of October.
i 1974
RICHARD P RRINKER CI.ERK
Hv: J. BARRY McCALLEY
Deputy Clerk
________________________10/25 11/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring- to engage in
under the flctltloue name of
Kucherin Purveyors at l".'71 n.w.
Mo, opa iv.cw i. |.'|:, lieu
.nd to register said name with the
rk of the Circuit C u t of Dade
Florida
I OI8 G. H>" '
P.OSALYND BE] i iTETN
II'1-8-15
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. 74-30489
action for dissolution
Or MARRIAGE
IN" RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
.MAN M BRAOJOS. Petition, r.

SANTA G BRAOJOS, Respondent.
TO: Santa 11 Braojoi
Anil
Havana, Cuba
YOU ARE HBREBT NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
ries) has been filed against you and
you are reQUired to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on
ROY GONZALEZ, JR., attorney for
Petitioner, whosi address is i"i N w.
12th Avenue. Miami, Florida 3312S.
Phone (80S) 3L'4-4o..r.
and file the original with the clerk of
thi above styled court on or before
November 89, 1974: otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
iti THE JEWISH FIjORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said oourl .t Miami. Florida on this
-_'nd day of October. 1974.
(Circuit Court Seal)
RICHARD P HRINKER.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
1 lade ('ount\. Florida
By ,1 MARRY McCALLEY
As Deputy Clerk
Roy Gonzalez. Jr Esuuire
1"1 N W 18 Avenue
Miami, Florida 38188 (324-4555)
Attorney for Petitioner
10/25 11/1-8-15
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD4CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-6007
JOSEPH NESBITT
In RE Esiate of
sami F.l. a k a SAM 8BU08ON
deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'II Cri di-,in and All Persi ns '
ns. Claims or Demands Against >.-.,!
ate:
ion are hereby notified and reaulr-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against thi
tat.- of SAMUEL SEL1GSON deceas-
ed late of Dade County, Florida, u
Circuit Judtc- 1 County, and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 783.16, Florida Stat-
ute ~ in their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida
Within four calendar months from the
time oi the first publication hereof, or
tht same will be barred.
F ed at Miami. Florida, this 18th
day of October, A.D, 1874.
ARNOLD SEL1G80N
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 26th dav of October 1974,
Caldin, liothonherg, Kocan &
Korabium
l'\ : Zev W, Kogan
Attorney for Administrator
420 Lincoln Road. Mum, Reach, Fla.
10 25 11/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-6119
JOHN R. BLANTON
In Itr Estate ,,f
JOSEPH Sl'CHERMAN
-.,l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ng Claims or Demands Aaalnat Said

You an hereb) notified and reautr-
an) claims and di ma di
which you mas have aarainel the ea
tat. of JOSEPH SCi HERMAN deceas-
I ii di Count}. Florida, to the
of Dade County, and
Ite and as Dro-
Vided Si lion 738.16. Florida Slat-
,ti th. i i unty
Courthousi In Dade County, Fl< rida.
within four calendar months from the
tune of '.In first publication hereof, or
aim will be barred
Filed at Miami, Florida, this 17th
da) : 0 tober. AD 1974.
l'AYi: Sl'CHERMAN
As Eve, utrix
Flrsl publication ol this notice on
the 86th day of October I9T4
SHAPIR4 PRIED, WEIL* SCHEEH
Attorneys for Estate of
JOSEPH Sl'CHERMAN. Deceased
4"7 I. DCOln Road. Miami Reach.
Florida
in :s ll/l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deelrinit to engagt In
business ui di r the fictitious name of
HARVEY ASSOCIATES at 2378 Col-
Una Avenue, Miami Beaoh, Florida
ntenda ti laid name Ith the
' '! rk of thi < 'in u,t Court of I "ade
' II: I I !
Ft mi: STAR TOURS. INC.
Myi Le\ Inaon & Kenln,
Ativ
I) Ge. nee R, Rlcharda
. .
rth f
Miami. Fla. 33181
10'2.1 11 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
lite in
1 u- fictitious name of
Ll'STOM SECURITY SYSTEMS at
1 197 S W Miami. I-'
name with the
Clerk o: thi Cln ult Court ol i
County. Florida.
George I auirhiin Morrison. Owner
:. R Plaakoff Owner
David M Gol ah
a rnes for Applicants
1497 S W 7th Street
Miami. FIoi
1" 25 11/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
INS swift IN8URANCE AGENCY
at 8601 N.W IN 81, V Hade. Fla.
intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
MARS INSURANCE AGENCY, INC
A Florida Corporation
HERBERT BEIDBL. ESQ.
Attorney for Applicant
2212 Biscaym Blvd Miami. Fla
10 18-25
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deaiiina to ens:as;e In
business under th. fictitious nami
B \i:i' [NSI K \\' i: AGENCY al
N.W. 188 SI N. Dadi Fla Inti ndi
to reaister said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Com of I lad, Cou
ROBERT M S Mil' INSURANl E
AGENt V INC
A Florida Corporal
HERBERT SEIDEI ESQ.
111 Km
2212 Biscaym Blvd Miami Fla 83137
1" 18-25 I'
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, 74-29578
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriaare of
JOANNE LEE DAVIS,
Wife.
JOEL CHRISTIAN DAVIS.
Husband.
TO: JOEL CHRISTIAN DAVIS
8 Hamhi Lane
Haverford, 1'ennsvlvanla
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it on
KWITNEY. KROOP A SCHEIN-
RERG. PA. attorneys for Petitioner,
whose address Is 420 Lincoln Road.
Suite 512. Miami Beach. Florida 33139
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni ITK'E 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the und ngage In
n i -' on ni mi ol
F.....I and Services it 1921 8 W
Ivenue, M iaml, F rlda Intends
to rearlstei said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
JESUS URIARTE
1" :". 11 l-S-15
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-28684
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In re The Man lage if:
EXPANTU8 PETIT'JEAN
Husband
ROSE MARY PETIT-JEAN.
Wife
TO: ROSE MARY PETIT-JEAN
82 Ri gi i s a venue, Apt l
Brook1) n, New York 11216
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
a Petition foi Dleeolution of Marruure
has been filed against you and vou are
hereby r. n lired to serve a copy of
your answer or other pleading to tho
Petition on the Husbands Attorney
LESTER ROGERS whose address le
1JM.N,W; Avenue. Miami. Florida
125. anil file the original with the
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. 7430424
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF'
EUO R< UAS.
Petl loner,
A R \ Ri 'J IS,
'. lent
AURA Rl MAS
II \\.in,la : 32 Zone c.
Guati tn. 1 America
YOU AHE HEREBY NOTIFIED
t.on foi 11| solution of Mai -
n filed against you ami
you are required i serve a oops of
yi ur writ ten del ny, to It OB
ADOLFO KOS8, a Home) for Pe-
tition' 101 N W,
I8th Avi ui mi, FIoi Ida 3312S.
ith the clerk Of
tlie abnvi ityh on or bi
a de-
t you for
the r< lb I d< mandi d In the 1 mp
or pel
Ice si all bi .
k for foul ii-
, ISH Fl.' iRIDI W
W1TN i:.~s in f
1 this
da) of...... 1
(Clrcu 1 "ourl s.ab
RK HARD P HRINKER
As I
Dadi County, Florida
By U ILLIE l.l; VDSIIAW JR.
a- Di put > '', rk
ADOLF! 1 KOSS, ESOJ IRE
K'l N.W lL'tli Avei m
Miami FIoi d
Alton,e\ for Petl t Ii
1" -' 11 l-S-lS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
1 Igned, di -.1 mg t., engagi In
bush----- tin.1, r th< fli litinus nami of
s s s SCIENTIFIC SKI BCTION
SERVK E at N'nnkin lti.it: 16499 N G
19th Ave.. Suit.- 213, North Miami
R' a. ii Fla Inti nds to reaii U 1
nami with the 'Ii 1 k of the Oir-
CUlt Curt ,,f Dadi County, Florida
ROBIRT APFEL
1300 \ E 15711 SI
North Miami Beach, Fla Ultl
IO/U-28 ll/I-l
and file the original with the clerk of F!.e.r!Lof.,!hp -f.'/Pye styled Court o
the above styled court on or before
November 20. 1974; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.ORID1AN.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIA' CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
IN PROBATE
NO. 74-6144
fn RE: Estate of
WILLIAM It SOLT2 /a
WILLIAM IIOYEK Sol TZ
deceased
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
WTNBSS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
10th day of October. 1974.
RICHARD P. DRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County Florid .
By I.. SNEEDRN
As Deputy Clerk
'Circuit Court Seal)
KWITNEY. KROOP &
SCH El NHKHO. PA.
4-" Lincoln Road, Suite 512
Miami Beach. Florida 3313f
Bv PAIL KWITNEY
Attorney for Petitioner
Phone: S3S-?;7o
10/18 11/1-1
before this find day of November. .
1974. or a Default will be entered TO A,'L PERSONS INTERESTED IN
""i'Jt'v!':'.!., ... THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT.
1974 V f Oct0Der-
RICHARD P RRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Ry L AYALA
10/11-18-25
11/1
NOTICE UNDER
., FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the unde .-nod. desiring to engage, in
business under the flct.....us name of
INS /(I. KAL at 9640 N W Ith
Ave.. Miam Fa intends to register
said nam the Clerk of the Cir-
cu." ,' "lo County. Florida
MAM 1 NCE AGENCY. INC
,,..,., '" Corporation
HERBs DEI
Attorney
2212 I
B8Q
' nollcant
Blvd.. Miami. Fla 33137
10/18-25 11/1-g
You are hereby notified that ,
written instrument purporting, to be
the last will and testament of said
decedent lias been admitted to probate
In said Court You are hereby com-
manded within six calendar months
from the date of the first publication
of,hls notice to am., ar in said Court
and show cause, it any you can. why
the action of said Court in admitting
said will to probate should not stand
onrevoked.
JOSEPH NESBITT
,, ,. fir. ult Judge
Ry I/M s F PA8TORFIELD Cleric
SHAPIRO FRIED, WEIL* SCHEER
Attorney for Estate of William
It Solti
407 Uncoln Road.
Miami Beacn Florida ":,39
First publication 1 f "1I11 notice oq
nth day of October, 1974.
' -18-26 11/1
the
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November 1. 1974
Jmittl fkjiiUw
Page 15-B
Hi
Cowan, 13. of 2021
five. Miami Beach, will
of hundrsds of young-
jathering at Bayfront
his Saturday ct 8 a.m.
United Cerebral Palsy
[thon. Debra, an eighth
i at Nautilus Junior
Isavs she's determined
ie th= full 2C-mile walk
lave her sponsor3~r-
pnk of Miami Beach
Ever S'OO (S5 per mile)
tebral Palsy.
Question Box
UGAl NOTKi
liCAl NOTICE
tamkin Says
k Should Make
Complex Fay
Potamkin, candi late (r
nil City Council, hai
la successful businessman
lith Florida for nearl 20
and believes his experi-
pn that field should I e
[vital decisions affecting the
economy must be n i
Ik the merchants." Potam-
"Th Tourist Devel-
^ ithority, with thi
invention halls in this
_:. should send
mut the nation tc solicit
for that $20 n i lion
(! x an 1 n ake it pay.
a a Ivertise I
and Soul
w iere I n -
om."
11 w\ o an e ''
in L956 and went
p with his brot .
the well-known Che-, i
it bears their n i
' in 1971, after bringing Its
about 300
a year to more thai
now affiliated wit
bnents Corp.
hently a member of the
fg Commission, the Vet I
Boxing Association, the
^ghters and Temple Ktr.anu-
was the first president of
Beach Sports Lodge,
B'rith. and belongs to the
ki Temple, Hibiscus Lodge
[Iks Lodge.
ran tier Calls
Unnecessary
8te Representative Jeff
lr -ays that adequate en-
neat of anti-litter laws
make it completely un-
Sary for Metro to ram
|h the obnoxious law re-
a deposit on all bevi
|and outlawing pop-tops.
brida has a strong anti-
Law, and Dade d
luff vvhose duty it is to
k thai law." Gautier said.
Ktainly makes more ser.se
rest those who lit
I n ih got d citizens
per said it is "in
that the Metro Cur
[si.o.ild tiy to m I
I ounty it. ttafl stata I i
te a cash deposit on
age cans and bottles ind
at'.aw pop-tops completely,
itier predicted that Dade
. will 'send Metro a mes-
on Nov. 5. The message
that they've gone too far
e," Gautier said.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
(C) Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Inc.
Why is the BaftbaHl usher-
ed in earlier thuu sunnet on
Friday night and taken
leave of later than sunset on
Saturday night?
Soir.e authorities (e.g.. Mechil-
tle Jethrn) claim that the verses
in the Bible infer this practice.
The verse in the Bible which
reads "Remember the Sabbath"
infers having the Sabbath in
mind while it is not yet Sabbath.
The verse which reads "Keep the
Sabbath" implies watching and
holding on to the Sabbath as it
leaves.
Others claim that it is impos-
sible for the human being to
know the exact moment of sun-
set. Thus, in order not to make
the mistake of violating the
Sabbath on sunset one should
rve the Sabbath before sun-
set on Friday and after sunset
on Sat unlay.
Still others claim that the ad-
ditional time both at the begin-
ning and at the end of the S ib-
d< monstrate our love for
the holiness of the Sabbath. The
coming of a desirable visitor is
anticipated even before he ar-
rives iusl a.- his leparture is
delayed by his host who wants
i i spend as much time with him
, possible.
Mystic authorities in the
Kabbalah indicate that the dead
are given a respite from their
Bis on the Sabbath. Their
Prof. Liebman To Present
Second Breakfast Lecture
Prof. Seymour B. Liel man's
second breakfast lecture on the
History "f Post-Biblical Jewry
will in- held Sunday at Temple
Emanu-Kl. Continental break-
fast at 9 a.m. will precede the
re al 10 a.m.
mu-El S sterhood
will hold Its monthly luncheon
n T esday at 1 I 15 a m..
: Ing a review of the book
Convenant" by P
ell. The rev: v. r is Annie
Ackerman, prominent club-
in and political activist ot
rirman of the meet-
ing are ressle Zlotnick and
SI irley Schultz.
Wildfire
in the south.
There's no
future in it.
I.-
Help Prevent Forest Fires in the South
tr p-o: c cood
We.
need
you.
If you enn spend some time,
even a few hours, with someone
who nccvls ;< hand, not a han lout,
call your local Voluntary Action
Center. Or write to Vbluiusei;
Washington. D.C 20013.
fhc National Center tor
Voluntary Action.
respite lasts as long as the liv-
ing observe the Sabbath. The
longer the living observe the
Sabbath the better it is for the
dead.
What is the content of the
prayers which women recite
after lighting the candles on
Friday evening?
A number of prayers are tra-
ditionally recited at this time.
One is for the restoration of the
ancient Temple and the glory of
Jerusalem as in days of old.
Some contend that this prayer is
in order at this time because
the restoration of the Jewish
Temple is like a light dispersing
the darkness, such as the act of
lighting the candle to drive
away the darkness on the Sab-
bath.
Another praver which is tra-
ditional to recite after lighting
the candles is a prayer asking
the Almighty to help educate
her children in the Torah.
Light is a symbol of knowl-
and education, and thus, it
i- sidered ; roper to pray for
help in education when lighting
the candles.
Some recite the prayer of the
mother Hannah found in the Bi-
l :>>. It was Hannah who
ed for a child and whose
iyer et the image for Jew-
ish prayer through the aces. The
ev Ife ses this prayer hop-
ing the Almighty will answer
her prayer like He answered the
prayer of Hannah in the Bible.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage '
business un.i> r th.- fictitious name ot
SCOTT MILLERS PAMPERS al P.O.
Box IS10, South Miami. I'a 88141
Intends i" register said name with the
Clerk "f (lit Circuit Court ot Dade
County. Florida,
SCOTT Mtl.l
11/1-8-11-81
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 74-29357
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The marriage of
DAVID L HEATH,
and,
PATREC 'A ANN HEATH.
tTRECIA ANN HEATH
nowi are
pr to the i
mai nagi Clerk
,,,, y .,- ,| | -.-' ( IOV
um.n nei .'.
9 ''' 1st
Florida i or or
"i
'-p|
.....HER 11. 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk, t'lr ul i' m '
\:\ B I P< \
'
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. .," K IS HEREBY OIVE>
th, ui i. .-.-- i desli engage
In business under the floli nun i [me
vpp| IAN" K BERVICECE!
, :: rd Road, Ml iml ( la
intends to registi r said name
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Counts Florida
I IRESTES R. GONZALEZ
11 1-g-ll --'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT
OF FlORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-7059
in UK: Batata of
max LEWIS
Deceaeed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person- Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are herebv notified and reauir-
ed to present any olalma and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of max i BWIS deceased late of
Dade (ountv. Florida, to Ihe Circuit
Judges of Had.- County, and file the
same In dunii.at, and as provided in
Section 788.16. Florida Staiuti"" Hi
their fflcea In the County Courthouse
In Dade Countj Florida, within four
i al.nilar months from th-' tlm<' of 'he
fir.-t publication hereof, or the same
will be barred
Filed al Miami, Florida. ,hl8
day of 11.....ber, A l> 1974.
JOSEPH ROTENBBRO
I pjo R< ITENBBRO
At Co-Admli lati it
p .. pUbl il ii is notice
the is- daj of 1 '"' ,
- iVtTZ SILVER BOOTH
By Max R Silver
.\ .....j foi Co- \ dm itral
..... All le'
Miami 11/1-8
88rd

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT
OF FLfOI^A IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTS
JOSEPH NPSB TT
o-m-da^c niviSl^N
PROBATE NO. 74-710S
rn RE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
... v., til p
a '".i n icmand
.<
.. i present any claims and a..mar,is
which vou n
, v TIMONBR 'i ea
..'.I |te of Dade Count! Plot
i ,. r r ull u la >t !' "' '"!"'
.nil file tlri< '" 5"
TM.1t. Florida
gJatutes. In lr offices n theCoui M
1 nurtl us. Dade I I iy. W m da,
ur alendar montl b I
rsl nubllcatlon
,.. the .-.. will be barred
Fl >r.od
r O -i ber H 1974
PATRICI \ TIM 'N BR
A. Gxecutni
First oubll '
...-. A

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II H
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN 'haf
the undersigned, desiring to enraee
In business under the fictitious name
of SuSaii J Garner Bnterorlsea at
N E th Avenue, N Miami
Bead Fl I Suite fl S. Intend*
I,, .- er said name with the ''lerk
of the Circuit Cour of Dade County.
Florida.
SCSAX J 0ON8KT
'" ii-18-81 11/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
i! undersigned, desiring to engage In
huntress un SVIFT INSIT. ANCE AOEHCY at
N \V 188 St, N 1'ade Florida
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
C >unty, Florida. _
MARS iNS'-KANi'K VQENCT, INC.
\ 'lorlda Cornoralfon
HERBERT SETDBL. ESQ.
Attorney for Aonlirant
8218 I!l*-ajne Blvd.. Miami. Fla ir.'ST
10/18-25 11/1-8
IN THE CIRCUIT COUPT OK THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74.378*
J. OWYNN PARKER
[I RE: K-' ite ol
MIR1 \M BEROER
deceaRed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
f mi Creditor* I Ml Persons i-isv-
Clalms or Demands Against Said
i: '.::
. I..,. \.\ nulr-
eni snv "ids
..... i the "-
MIRIAM BBROEP 'I" M
t ,,. la. to ih*>
rir uil '' f Dade C ui '" and
:: I '
I In Section 733.1 '"
he C unty
. -nunt* Fl irlda.
ui ". the
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I
this 1Mb
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HB.....
a Execi
il e on
lay r f Oct "i
WEINSTBIN
!-: p \
: Stauber
le i
- : R iml Benh
.-. 11/1
hereof,
this 24th
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IB IS HEREBY Ql /EN that
the undersign. engage
In 1 .i.i- i ""
. ip \ \ VENDING CO, at P.O Box
p ., M11 Intends to
.. j.;... i ... tl the CSerk it
i .. ,-,,. ull Courl County.
0 \ ... IMONTB
Attoi foi '
14 > : 1st Ave .-'i I!
... Bdg Miami. F M _,,t
NOTICE L'NCJlH
FICTITK
-
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t| cerk '
"

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LA'.v
|jj N that
in
... of
li \- ... v ue Miami
,me
, \ iurt
I
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: a Miami
.28 ll'l
MIT ICE JNDER
LAW
FICTITIOUS NAME
i: [S HEREBY OIV
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
il.. undersigned, desiring to engage in
business umler the fictitious namei of
TONITA'S MKAITV SALON. 1488A
Washington Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florida, intends to register said nani.
with ih.- Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
INTERNATIONAL I1KACTY
SALON. INC
DANIEL KKTTK.lt B8QUIRB
\ torney for Applicant
1005 i "ongress Building
Miami, Florida 81 IS
the undersla '-" ,
.,, ... undei
FEDERAL COL ECTION
. ., iv,-... \ u- Pei Ine FIs
-- intends to reglstei said nam-
with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl nf
ii ids County. Fl' da ____
a FEDERAL PATROL AND
SECURITY AGEN< Y. inl
Soli- Owner
by Carl Inslgnarea, FTealdent
Ifarb A Urlch P A-
attorneys for Apolli ant
7 'n N W -T'h Avenue
Miami. Fl* 33125 n/,.8_,5-22
11/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned desiring to engagi Ii
business under the Nc-tHloua name
SANTA FE BHOPPINU CENT
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVIS'ON
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-30968
IN RE; BLANCH L OLAM. Wife
.
i ass Husband
ACTION FOR DISSOlUTION
OF MARRIAGE
to w I LAM I' Ol ass. Hu
'"I "I'll"-- U"k,n"w,"
\\ I1BREB1 NOT1
f
it
ih Ave-
regls-
he Clerk of the
County. Florida.
142nd sir." and Northv i
nue. Miami, Florida Ii tends o
ter aald nai.....
dr. i;, ......'
REOROE 3AMPAB
GE s VMPAS ESQUIRE
Santa Fe Shopping
.an r ad, Suite -li
Miami Beach. Fk rida MIW^ l.g.lB.M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME uAW
, i: is HEREBY OIVBN that
, ..; .1,
|
:
a, ui Miami, Florid
ml name i
in the c.rcuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for
dade county
ceneral jurisdiction
division
NO. 74-29592
NOTICE
IN RE: The matter of
Adoption of:
PATRICIA SUZANNE KOVAC
TO CHAR1 ES HAROLD SOniCIt
' .ii Wesl 81 Btreel
Brie. Pennsylvania
V. .1 ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the Petitioner. BMIL KOVAC.
has filed a petition In the ahoya-sgyleol
. ,urt fur the adoption of the adult
named in that petition ird vou are
commanded to serve a copy of roar
written defense, If any on Stephen u
na.i, torney, whose
add;--, la 7200 Bird Road, Miami.
.ii SS15B on or before November
j 1974, i m the original with the
Clerk of this ."urt either before aerv
.....attorney or inime-
.! I-. tl.....ifter otherwise i de-
m,iv be itered igninsl >u for
. o di man li d In the Petition
w itnkss my hind and seal of the
Courl at Miami. Dade Count) Florida,
tola IS h daj of I > tober. A D 1874.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of ihe C rcull '""urt
Bj C P COPBLAND
iMputy i'1-rk
11/1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HE1 V'EN that
... gnaw n
a name

(jrSBSiWKfMj
,1 wlih the i .r. ot the
irl
otherwise a d
....,! .-;,., vii for tne
m i r
- my hand and I
Floi
I i, ., I., r. 1874
I ID P BRINK
i '. rk, fin ull C
I.,,
Bv L. SN1
lieisjiy Clerk
WALTER H LBBOWITZ
It'iad
" K,r,da 11/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT-OUS NAME LAW
-. IN that
- .....-' '
....

n
KA' i Tn ;:i"l I '"S
16454 N E Ith AM-nue
RYfl CLAR
v foi U'K.VV
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INNER VIEW
ENTERPRISES
-
11 1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
EN thai
I
a name of
s w Flral Sti
i- tends to register B lid
with thi ui" Cii-'-ult
Court "i Dade County, Florida


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5 Years... A Community Achievement
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CONSERVATIVE
1701 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida 538-2503
North Branch School Building, 727 77th Street, Miami Beach 865-0216
eJe wish Florxdian
Friday. November 1. 1974 Section C


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Friday, November
Sunday Founders Dinner, Dance Marks 35th
Anniversary of Miami Beach's Temple Emanu-El
Temple Emanu-El will ( le
brate the 35th anniversary of
its founding Sunday night by-
saluting the men and women who
parked the birth of the syn
gogue in the early days of the
Second W rld War.
A Fou iders Dinner and Dance,
in honor of iti pioneers and their
succeedin;: generations, will be-
gin with a reception at 7 p.m.
in the Friedland Ballroom of the
Miami Beach congregation.
Mr and Mrs. Irving Cowan,
chairmen of the gala function,
stressed that there will be no
fund raising and onlj one talk
on the brief program. Reserva-
tions are available t the Temple
office
Principal speaker will be the
rabbi of the [ue for m
than .'(I ol it Dr. [rving
Lehrman.
Bui the II he on
the 10 Fo '"'l its will r< c*
in the fam-
ilies of thos n Temple
Ema ich
:. three
The wil
nd .1 I
involvi
by Mi S

live in South Florida ol the fes-
tive occasion
The 10 Vouaders to be sin
out include Samuel N Friedland,
chairman of the board ar.d a past
(lent: past presidents II IT J
Mayer t -ankel and
. | h Ri and MiKon Sirkm,
Sr .lack Falk, I' rman Berk.
Mrs. H\nian Berman, Mis. Nat
HankOtf ar.d Mrs. E. Allen
Becker.
Manv other- w h > assisted the
riginal officers, and .'.ho them-
. -< rved on the i ai Ij boards
of directors also will gel special
recognition Sundaj
Chairman Cowan i- 'he >n of
i >t <
am! wife Mi the

ui l \. Friedland. "' riage
ai ol of
the
. with man i anil
of I fami-
. i :. Dr
| i
n i a luns,
n '
as b

i a lai
he sa
rman of the board ol I
as v .
on :
I
m .-
which fee |
I
n is a director of the co I
ittM for the f
NAT POTAMKIN
Clsxtends ana <[jcst LVisfies Jo
Jemyje n
iTianu-
tKabbi


JVidoy. Norember 1. 1974
+Jmistfk>ri Page 3-C
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
AND
mami
CONGRATULATIONS AND
GOOD WISHES
IN THIS
35th YEAR OF PROGRESS
Mr. and Mrs.
Stephen Muss
and Family


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vJeHistflcridiiari
Friday. November 1. 1974

Historic photograph of one of ths earliest boards of directors
of Temple Emanu-El is a proud possession of Founder Her
man Berk. This picture includes many of the foremost lead-
ers in the synagogue's steady advance for 35 ysars. Pictur-
ed are front row, lift to right, Hcrry Bodenstein Raymond
Rubin, Alex Sussman, Herman Berk, Joseph M. Rose, Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, Samuel Frisdland, Mayer Frankel, Hcrry
Sirkin, Henry Ungerleidei, Jacob And:on. Back row. left to
righl. Dr. Max Lipkind, Moms Newmark, J. M. Feuer, Joseph
M. Lpton. Koln.an Luna, Hyman Berman. Bernard Feiner,
Boruch Holman. Nathcn Darsky, Isidore Goldberg Harry
Zukern.ck, Nut H. Hankoft, Samuel Bernstein, Daniel Broad.
Abe Seievan, Benjamin Appel, Max Oidover.
If

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Friday, November 1, 1974
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One of the early luncheons of Temple
Emanu-El then the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, leatures Mrs. Milton (Miriam) Sirkin,
Dr. Irving Lehrman and Mrs. Lehrman. The
Sirkin family has been active in the con
gregation since its inception, with Milton a
present vice president and Harry a past
president. Mrs. Lehrman has been an active
worker for the congregation, Sisterhood and
all of the Temple arms since moving here
with the rabbi 31 years ago.
An early planning session of Temple
Emanu-El brings together Leo Eisenstein,
Samuel N. Friedland, Joseph M. Rose and
Dr. Irving Lehrman. Friedland and Rose are
cmong the 10 Founders who will be honor-
ed at Sunday night's dinner and dance.
Eisenstein was one of the earlisst directors
of the then Miami Beach Jewish Center,
with both Rose and Friedland serving as
longtime presidents of the synagogue.
Gjongratulations
Thnm Gjmanu-Gjl
Tgtn anniversary

m) DADE FEDERAL SAVINGS
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Rabbi Lehrman Looks Aliead
To Temple's Bright Future
"We must look forward to the
exciting future," Dr. Irving Lehr-
man said this week as he return-
ed from Israel to help with rhe
final preparations for Sunday
night's Founders Dinner and
Dance of Temple Kmanu-Kl.
The rabhi noted that Greater
Miami is still one of the youngest
Jewish communities in the na-
tion, with the Federation taking-
shape only a year before Temple
Kmanu-El.
(Hir period of greatest growth
i> still before us. The Jew
i nmunity here truly came
with the magnificent re-
nse to I- le the .-
i ay and Yom Kipi ui VVai
-
now being matchi ir eul-
1 iral and reli
"Greater Mlai
the capital ol I
1 season that now stn
lOy from Roth Hash *
over. National and ini
i\ conferences, convent
: board meeting]
1 i only because ol the elin
and excellent physical facilities
but to \ :e\\ at iirst hand the de-
nent ol a major Jewish
community.
"Whether we speak of He-
brew daj schools, of art exhibi-
Judge Shapiro, Dr. Lehrman
Back From Israel Conclave
:ian. rabbi of
Ten and Judge
S. Shapiro, president i 1
. ach congn 1.
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ON YOUR 35th BIRTHDAY
AND 10
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
SPIRITUAL LEADER
American savings
.& LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI BEACH
SHEPARD BROAD
MORRIS BROAD
JUI>GE HERBERT S. SHAPIRO
Judge Shapiro and Dr. Lehr-
man met with Israeli officials
during the conference, which in-
cluded a sisit to an Israeli Air
w, a closing banquet in
the Knesset, a reception hosted
by Jerusalem Mayor Teddy Kol-
lek an I .1 symposium on the Law
oi Return"Who Is a Jew
trovers)
Leade from Franco, Great
Britian, Italy, [ran, Argentina,
ian and other South
American nations joined with
th< se from the United Stal
discussing the interlocking roles
rid Jewry and Israel in the
yeai since the end of the Yom
Kippur War.
Dr. Lehrman has attended
most of the international con-
ferences of the Conservative or-
ganization, and has addressed
several of them.
Herbei t Shapiro
Heads Kmanu-El
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro,
president of Temple Emanu-El
as it celebrates it* 33th anni-
versary, and his wife, Ruth, have
been among the most active
families in the Miami Beach con-
gregation for most of its history.
Mrs. Shapiro is a past presi-
dent of Temple Sisterhood, and
has worked closely with her hus-
band in support of the syna-
gogue's religious, educational,
cultural and iund raising activi-
ties.
Judge Shapiro is a past presi-
dent of the South Florida Chap-
ter of the American Friends of
the Hebrew University, vice
president of the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy and a national
leader of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation.
A former assistant Dad* Coun-
ty solicitor and municipal Judge,
he has served ae president of the
Miami Beach, Bar Association
and on numerous committees of
legal associations.
He played a major role in the
successful mortgage burning and
Lehrman Day School campaigns
held earlier this year as a tribute
to Dr. Irving Lehrman's 30th an-
niversary as rabbi of Temple
Emanu-El.
Judge Shapiro works with
Samuel N. Friedland, chairman
of the board, to obtain as much
member involvement as possible
in a congregation whose story
has paralleled the tremendous
growth of the Miami Beach and
South Florida Jewish communi-
ties.
tions. of forum series, of high
school in Israel programs, of
adult Jewish education or of
synagogue attendance. Miami
Beach and her neighbors take a
back seat to no one.
"I am proud that Tempi
Emanu-El and its members ha
been in the forefront of tl
surge to maturity which augu
well for the next 35 years,'
Lehrman said.
The Community
Is Indebted To
Dr. Irving Lehrman
maim
For Their
Devotion and
Leadership


Friday, November 1, 1974
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DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
AND
Jmrfe ^
marw
WE EXTEND
SINCERE GREETINGS
ON THEIR
- 35th ANNIVERSARY
MR. and MRS.
MAYER H. FRANKEL
and Family
^5T Seacoast Towers f$,


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US. Financiers Give Willing Aid to Arab Power Drive
LOS ANGELES American
bunkers, stock brokerage com-
panies, and even the Un
States government have given
"willing aid" to Arabs whose
enormous oil wealth has enabled
them to mount a dangerous
chive 1: power, according to
the current Issue of "Present
Tense: Me Magaatne of World
Jewish Affairs."
In .in article entitled "Track-
ing the Arab Money Trail: How
to Keep America In the Dark,"
in the Autumn 1974 Issue of the
quarterly magazine sponsored
by the Bergreen Institute of
Foreign Policy studies and Pub-
lications "1 the American Jew-
ish Committee, Martin Price, a
former mortgage banker and
c_. .r.iil.v uBlltwliig consultant to
the columnist Jack Anderson,
states that "tne temptations
and pressures that this multi-
billion dollar adventure exert on
big business managers, politi-
cians and government officials,
many of whom have shown evi-
dence of susceptibilit/, could
threaten our democratic Insti-
tutions and individual free-
doms."

1111<>r-1 Exec Honored
NEW YORK Irving S. Sha-
piro, chairman of the board and
chief executive ol E. I. du Pont
de Nemours & (V. Inc., has
been selected as the sixth re-
cipient of Hie Americanism
Award of the Anti-Defamation
League Apjieal.
The award is being conferred
because "as the son of immi-
grants, he not only exemplifies
the American tradition of op-
portunity by his rise to business
leadership through his own ef-
forts but has provided op-
portunities for others by own-
ing up management level posi-
tions to individuals of disad-
vantages! background."
tiM-mng Lecture Series
WASHINGTON Israeli nov-
velist Amos Ok, will be the
lead-off lecturer tor the K'nai
B'rith Visiting I^ecturer series.
Nine other authors and schol-
ars will tour the United States
and Canada between November
and April, visiting colleges, syn-
agogues, community centers
and civic clubs In some 70 cities.
B'nal B'rith adult Jewish edu-
cation department inaugurated
the Visiting lecturer program
in 196U, arranging for the late
Dr. Cecil Roth of Oxford Uni-
versity to speak in 13 cities. The
program has since been en-
dorsed by the State Department
for its cultural exchange import-
ance.
-U it i
Shortage ol JSellolani
WALTHAM, Mass. The As-
sociation for Jew ish Studies has
re|iorte determining the academic quali-
fications of scholars for Jewish
studies in American colleges and
universities had "become critical
in the past year since we do not
have the traused academic |>er-
sonnet to fill ali the positions
which have been created."
The problem was outlined in
an editorial in the June AJS
Newsletter, which declared that,
based on the flow of mail pass-
ing through its office during the
past year, "the leading question
facing the Association and the
entile field of Jewish studies in
this country" w;us "Who or
what is a Judaica scholar?"
The editorial said that during
the past 15 years, the number
of scholars active in the field
both in Israel and North Amer-
ica 'has increased dramatically.
Gone are the days of the select
few."
The AJS also rc|>orted that
since "other academic areas are
over-crowded and the daily
chores of the rabbinate are of-
ten trying, we discover more
and more candidates for jjosi-
tions whose qualifications are
questionable."
DBtrh Christians Fast
AMSTERDAM A special
service to show solidarity with
Israel was held in the Ultrecht
Cathedral recently and D >tch
Christians in laige numbers
fasted on Yom Kippui as a sign
of solidarity with the Jewish
people.
A Committee of Protestants
and Catholic clergymen, who In-
} the last, also asked that
the money that would have been
pent on food on that day should
be sent to the fund to aid war
orphans and widows in Israel.
Plan for Walling Wall
JERUSALEM Architect
Moshe Safdie. renowned for his
unique terraced edifice gracing
Montreal's World Fail-, has
worked out a new plan tor
the Wailing Wall area.
Submitted to the Israeli Cabi-
net for final approval, the plan
calls for a series of terraces ris-
ing from the Wailing Wall and
extending to the reconstructed
Jewish Quarter nearby. The up-
per terraces are to include in-
stitutions .- ich as religious
com ts.
'
lew to Guard Arafat
UNITED NATIONSMitchell
Goldstein, a veteran Jewish UN
security officer, is exacted to
e -signed to guard PLO lead-
er Yassir Arafat when he ar-
rives here tor the debate on the
Palestine Question which is
scheduled to start early in No-
vember.
In pasl years, Goldstein has
been assigned to some of the
world's, leading heads ol state,
including the late N i k i t a
Khrushchev, the late Lev! Bsh-
kol and t> icxve of others. Dur-
ing this session he has had spe-
cial assignments to guard some
of the Arab foreign ministers
and the Mast German head of
state.
N-V
Rep. Holt/.man Named
NEW YORK Congrcssw om-
an Elizabeth Holtzman B'klvn. i. was honored as "Wom-
an of the Year" by the Women's
Division of I'nited HIAS Serv-
ice the worldwide Jewish mi-
on agency, at it- seventh
ann lal conference here.
e Rep Holtzman re-
ceived cites her "conviction thai
in lividual human rights are the
merstone ol a free society,"
and praises her as an Inspira-
tion to future generations of
Jewish women and all others
who revere jusl

l'OUtll Alivah Mission
JERUSALEM Twenty-two
Hadassah leaders left from John
F, Kennedy Airport on Monday
to visit Youth Alivah installa-
tions m Israi I.
The : Ission, led by Beatrice
Feldman ol New York, who is
National Youth Ali-
vah i hairman, includes 21 Youth
All ah .haii'-.'en representing
othei regions of the countr
i ier IS 1.000 children have
teen lescued and rehabilitated
in Israel's Youth Aliyah move-
ment since it was founded In
1934.
Florida chairmen include Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Sills. North Mi-
ami Beach: and Mrs. Evelyn
Jenkins, Tampa.
special Dialysis Course
HAIFA Special training In
the operation ol ifl ilysis
, I ii] m "I Is cum 1 being
. n '> student- i the Medical
Si n< i of the T< d rnon-Iarael
Institute ol Tet' n oi lei
i help alleviate a -< is man-
power shortage in the Nephro-
iunt ol the Ram-
ham Universitj which
i- adjacent to the sch"
i ently, tl* man ->..ir prob-
in treatfftc kli*rw patients
i. Irlng frequent dialysis has
i it ed wide pi oh attention
in Israel.
.v. a consequenea, the Tei-h-
nion's Medical Stuck t' Asso-
ciation initiated a FperMl course
to train medical students who
would volunteer !< work in the
detriment an I opesate the so-
, h sticati d equlprm i t utilized
foi dialysis.
The e are 60 pat tiefpants In
tin course.
Police StOdj lvv%
NEW YORK Nearly MOO
New York ( itv policeman are
learning ahoul Jews, Jewish ob-
servance and Jewish neighbor-
hoods through "A g iide to the
Jewish Communltj of New
York," prepared bj tin Amer-
ican Ji wish Co.....
Already distributed to ixdice
Continued on Following Page
CONGRATULATIONS
AND BEST WISHES
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
AND
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
CHASE
FEDERAL
SAVIN*. ANO LOAN AS,OC.AT,ON


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Continued from Picceeding Page
officers assigned t>> precincts in
neighborhood! with large Jew-
i-.li populations, the pamphlet
will g< t additional readership in
January when it is incorporated
In the "Student G tide" distri-
buted tD some 800 new recruits
the Police Academy,

Tesl I'ni.iish.d
PHILADELPHIA D.ie t..
roll off the presses ol H'lhin
Mass Publishers in Jerusalem, a
li-n linjr pubHshhlR house In Is
rael, by the end of the year is
the long-awaited "Ginze Talmud
Bavli: i.'T(> Fragments from the
("aim Genfatah in tlie Saltykov-
Schechedrin Library in Lenin-
grad, Appearing for tti- First
Time, with an Introduction,
Notes aiid Variants."
The monumental book, ol In-
estimable importance to He
braica an l Talmudic scholars
the world over, Is the work oi
Dr. Abraham I. Katsh,
denl of the Dropsie Universitj
here and a world-renowned He-
braii a schol u and author.
it will represent the first of
two volumes thai will include all
of the Talmud as gathered from
tl e fragments from the Cairo
Geni/ah, The second volume will
loliou.
Max Lerner Opens Emauu-El
Anniversary Forum Nov 10
Max Lerner, author and Jew-
i>h Fkwidian columnist, leads off
the 33th anniversary Temple
DR. MAX LERNER
r tanu-El Sundaj Morning For-
ui i series with Nov. 10 appea>
ance at the Miami Beach congre-
gation.
Lerner, whose syndicated col*
nun appears three times a week
in newspapers throughout the
United States and across the
world, i.s the author of the re-
cent best-seUer The Age of
overkill." subtitled A Preface
to World Polities."
The series, which i.s sponsored
by the Temple Kmanu-Kl Men's
Club, is open to the public.
Lawrence Schanti is chairman
and Murry Koretzky is cochair-
man of the forum series commit-
tee. Charles Rosenblatt, presi-
dent of the Men's Club, is work-
ing closely with Schants and
Koretzky.
Other Speakers on the series
mi hide Dr. Arych Mesher, vies
president of Haifa University,
l)ee. l: Trude Welss-Rosmarin,
editor of The Jewish Spectator,
Jan. 5; I.S. Sen. Lloyd Hentsen
of Texas, leading contender for
the 1978 Democratic Presidential
nomination, Feb. 9: and Isaac
Baahevil Singer, dean of Ameri-
can Jewish novelists, March 2.
Mayer H. Frankel, pioneer Miami
Beach resident, was one of the
early presidents of Temple
Emanu-El.
Lenic r li Professor of Ameri-
can Civilization and World Poll
tics at Brandeis University. H<
did his liege and law studiei
at Yale University, his graduate
work at the Bmokings Graduate
School, and has taught at Sarah
Laurence College, Williams ami
Harvard,
Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of
Temple Emanu-El, worked with
the committee in selecting speak-
ers of Interest and importance
to the entire community.
Among the Founders to be saluted at Sun-
day night's 35th anniversary dinner and
dance of Temple Emanu-El will be past
president and current board chairman
Samuel N. Friediand. A fanvly photograph
brings toqether, (from left) Debbie Cowan;
Mrs. Irving (Marjorie) Cowan; Mrs. Samuel
N. (Hattie) Friediand; Mr. Friediand, Cindy
Cowan; and Irving Cowan. The Cowans
are ccchairmen of the Founders Dinner and
Dance, which appropriately enough, will
be h=ld in the Friediand Ballroom. The
Cowan girls are granddaughters of Fried-
land and of another former Temple Emanu-
El president. Joseph Cohen.
WASHINGTON FEDERAL
SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION
IS PLEASED TO JOIN WITH OUR GOOD FRIENDS OF
^Jemyje *
mami
IN CELEBRATING THE 35th BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY OF
YOUR CONGREGATION
MAY THE YEARS AHEAD SEE YOU CONTINUE TO GROW
IN STRENGTH AND SERVICE
Washington
(^Federal
*
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 01 MIAMI SIACH


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HAPPY 35th BIRTHDAY
GREETINGS TO
TEMPI
AND TO
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
SPIRITUAL LEADER
I FINANCIAL
W
I FEDERAL
SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION
f^f MAIN OFFICE: 401 Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach. Ph: 538-0741 / SOUTH SHORE: 755 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach, Ph: 538-0741 / NORTH SHORF Ml 7id <.*. >: t. .. .....
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. KENDALL: 8991 S W. 107th Avenut. M.am., Ph: 274-2955 / LAKES MALL: 3459 North State Road 7 (lns.de the mall next to Britts) laude-dale Lakes Ph 7394700 rMUUM Iiir^'i'SSi?^ u3]"232*
(Mam, UhM Dr.,. and Ludlam Road) Next to Publix and Eckerds. Ph 558 5500 K: U903 H-*-*7Ul *
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CONGRATULATIONS AND
BEST WISHES
DR.
G LE
AND
emuie xinami-
MAN
ON 35 YEARS OF
DEVOTED SERVICE TO A
WORTHY COMMUNITY
Lenny and Roz Zilbert
and Family


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Temple Emanu-EVs Growth
Parallels Miami Beach's
Bom soon alter the stall of
the Second World War which
was to bring to an end European
Jewry's ci'HjB"ie-i of tradition
Temple Emanu-El has grown at
an explosive rate parallel to the
> iiy In which it has been housed
for 96 years.
A small group Of far-si'4hted
community leaders came t>>
-ether m late 1839 to organize
what was known until 1954 as
the Miami Beach Jewish Cento
In its infancy, war cam.' to
the United States and service-
men came to Miami Beach. Sab-
bath services were held amidst
the backdrop of American ships
being torpedoed off the Florida
coast. The Army Air Corps ma U
the city its principal training
center for new officers.
The congregation was still one
ol less than 200 families when
an enthusiastic young rabbi.
Irving Lehrman. was attracted to
the pulpit by the Jewish Center
leadership.
In little more than two dec-
ade-, the membership had risen
to more than 1.200 families and
became the largest Conservative
congregation in the South.
At the end .if World War II.
the group spearheaded by
Samuel N, Friedland and Rals*)!
I.ehrman purchased property on
which Temple Fmanu-F.l now
stands, at the comer of 17th
Street and Washington Avenue.
The new synagogue was com-
pleted in 19*8 at a cost of more
than a million dollars. Later
additions were to add a North
Shore Branch at 77th Street and
Dickens Avenue and a new social
hall and school building adjacent
to the main sanctuary.
More than 3.000 persons of all
faiths witnessed the laying of
the synagogue cornerstone Feb.
22. 1948. Carved from Mt. ZiOfl
in Israel, the cornerstone was
brought back to the United
States by Rabbi Lehrman in
1946 following his tour of
European displaced persons and
concentration camps as part of
;i three-man team deputized by
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
Sealed in the cornerstone
were copies of newspaoers
including The Jewish Floridian
which announced the historic
United Nations vote of Nov. 29,
1947 which partitioned Palestine
and led to the establishment of
the State of Israel.
With its huge dome and By-
zantine design. Temple Emanu-
El became an instant landmark
in Miami Beach. The Miami
Beach Auditorium, and later the
huge Convention Hall complex,
were erected across Washington
Avenue.
The main sanctuary seats more
than 1.800 persons and its
capacity is strained to the limit
for Friday night and Saturday
morning services throughout the
year. The Blank Chapel, which
teat? 250 persons, is the site of
daily services and often houses
overflowing crowds from the
main sanctuary.
For the past 18 years, the
large sanctuary has been insuf-
ficient to house the steadily
growing congregation during
High Holy Day sen-ices. The
Rosh Ha.-honah and Yom Kippur
services are conducted by Dr.
lehrman. assisted by Cantor Zvi
Adler and the Temple Emanu-El
Choir, in the Miami Beach Audi-
torium.
Some 4,000 persons participate
in the High Holy Days services
each year.
The Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America has a branch of
its world-famed Jewish Museum
at Temple Emanu-El. and the
Seminary holds an annual con-
vocation in the synagogue every
February.
In 1959. Friedland donated the
land adjacent to the main
sancuary to the Temple for the
construction of the handsome
social hall and school building
which will be the site of Sunday
nights Founders Dinner and
Dance.
But the crowning addition to
Temple Emanu-El was the start
15 years ago of the Lehrman
Day School, affiliated with the
Solomon Schechter Day Schools
of the Conservative Movement.
The school named in honor
of Dr. Lehrman as part of a
celebration of his 25th anniver-
sary with Temple Emanu-El
now houses more than 300 stu-
dents from nursery and kinder-
garten through junior high
school.
Temple Emanu-El's physical
growth coincided with expansion
of its diversified programs. The
Sisterhood. Men's Club. P.T.A..
Forty Niners Group. Young
Adults and United Synagogue
Youth branches of the congrega-
tion prospered.
Temple Emanu-El Players and
Junior Players performed both
for the congregation and the
community.
Fonim series brought the out-
standing names of Jewish and
general interest to the area
throughout the year.
As the city grew. Temple
Jhe \Jfficers ^cMnd ^>taff
OflL
Jefferson of ^yVliami ^fjeacn
C^xtena Jo Jemple CLstnaviii-CZsl
>Qnd l^jooa U/isites Jo
jLJr. JEFFERSON
NATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI BEACH
* *
ARTHUR H.COURSHON
Choirmon of the Board
with Trust Department
301 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
Phone:532-6451
BARTON S.GOLDBERG
President
HOURS: 9.30 AM 2 PM Daily, Drive-in and Walk-up Tellers, 8 AM 4 PM
A Subsidiary ot Je'leisaoJSontoip, ice Msmpei, FOIQ
BtruttUjEI prcw. Its leaders be-
came president of Fadcration,
chairmen of Israel Bonds, lead-
ers of almost every community
and Jewish agency activity.
And second, third and fourth
generation families of its found-
ing members joined a congrega-
tion headed by one of the
nation's most dynamic rabbis. Dr.
Irving Lehrman.
At 35. Temple Emanu-El U
still not middle-aged in its steady
march towards family involve-
ment in strengthening Judaism
at home and abroad
JUr. serving \JempU 0*HaiM-w/
& 1f)U '7"
s^ft} U he future
Frank R. Spence
City Manager of
Miami Beach
It/. C
onaratu
late .
T^S
maim
Jjr. ^Irving JL^ehrman
On
our
35 %rs Of
inspiration Jo Uc
^^ommunitu
MR. JACK STEIN
Thrifty Super Market


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Participants
Sunday Night
To Include
Many Founders
ints In i ho rounders
Temple Emanu-EI
nijjht read as a Who's
. So ith Floi ida'a Jewish
n lj Ic idership.
n.hum -l'**iilies vvho are c\-
at tii,, ate in iiio gala
n in the Friedland Ball-
ide Mi s. Max Bauer,
Allen Becker, Mr. and
- Herman Berk, Mrs. I! I
S i n Blank, David Blank,
I Mrs Albert Bleich, Mr.
Mrs Adalbert Buchwald,
Mi and .Mis. Jack Burris, Mr.
- Sbepard Broad, Mrs.
Broad, Rutta Brotman,
\: and Mrs. Leo A. Chaikin,
Irving Cohen, Judge and
. lag Cypi n. Dr. and Mm.
i .i Falk Mr. and Mrs. Iiv-
iii l-h lei, Air. and Mrs. Samuel
,".i. Mr. and Mrs. Ben
i r. Mm, a"r.d Mrs. Jerome
1 i" I nan. Mis. Kmanuel Glos-
l'"il*..tferslion. Dr. and Mrs.
Morris Goodman, Aaron I. Gor-
( m, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Gill-
man. Sylvia Goldberg, Mr. and
Melvin Grossman, Mrs. s.
-Harvey Greenspan, Mrs. Nat H.
nkoff, Mis. Augusta Haus-
in, l.iiitii Hagler, Mr. and Mi -
'Samuel Halperin, Mr. and Mrs.
- luel Kagan, Dr. and Mrs,
Saul H. Kapjan, Mr. and Mrs.
Sun KtRt,*Odnstance Knlok, Mr.
.and Mrs. Irving Klpnis, Mrs.
Jmnia Lundy, Joseph Linn, Mrs.
Sarah Levin, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
_ 1.'-. liner. Mr. and Mrs. Mori is
. Lapidua, Mr. and Mrs. Atiram
Lippman, Dr. and Mrs. Louis G.
Lytton, Mr. and Mis. Solomon
Leslie, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M.
Upton, Dr. and Mrs. Herman P.
Mechlowltz, Dr. and Mrs. Meyer
-Marks, Mrs. Muriel Nash. Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Mamber. Mr. and
-Mrs. Louis Matz, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Newmark. Mrs. Philip
Neuwirth, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Ossip, Mrs. Dlnn Plotkin. Dr. and
Mrs. Herman Phillips. Mls-
Miriam Press. Mrs. Charles
llos< njjarten, Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
septa If. Rose. Mr. and Mrs.
Hurry Sirkin, Mr. and Mrs. Mil-
ton Sirkin. Mrs. Matthew Sil-
verstein. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Stone. William Siiverstein. Mr.
*nd Mrs. Irvin Sherman, Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Turk. Mr. and Mrs.
Oorge J. Talianoff. Mr. and Mrs.
Israel Teltch and Mrs. Rose
i"'inund.
Going over final plans
pie Emai
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Sunday.
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
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GREETINGS ON THIS
35th ANNIVERSARY
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MR. and MRS.
IRVING COWAN
Debbie and Cindy


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Friday, November 1. 1974
Dr. Lehrman: Third of a Century of Leadership
For almost its entire 35-year
history, Temple Kmanu-Kl has
been under the spiritual leader-
ship of one of the nation's best
known rabbis.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, who has
ipied the pulpit for more
than three decades, has received
tribute alter tribute from in-
ternational, national, state ar.d
iK-ies for his community
and religious leadership.
Last April in a dinner de-
layed a half-year because of the
Yo.-r. Kippur War a grateful
community honored him and his
beloved wife, Belle, with one of
the most impressive testimonials
in Florida history.
The more than 30 years which
have passed since Rabbi Lehr-
man assumed the pulpit of a con-
gregation of less than 200 fam-
Uleathen known as the Miami
Beach Jewish Centerhave seen
the synagogue grow into one of
the most imixirtant and best
known in the United States.
Lines more than a block long
of Jews wailing to attend Friday
night and festival services are
C immonplace at Temple Kmanu-
K n on at the corner
of 17th St. and Washington Ave.
Bcrosi m tin' .Miami Beach
Auditorium is well known to
hundreds "f thousands of resi-
dents and visitors.
DR. LEHRMAN has served
countless organizations In various
leadership capacities, including
two years as national president
of the Synagogue Council of
America. H first j president of the
e louncil in the 50-year
; iry of the umbrella agency of
Reform, Conservative and Ortho-
dox Judaism.
Twice, Rabbi Lehrman guided
the Combined Jewish Api>eal
campaign of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation to record-
shattering totals. He also served
two years as national chairman
of the Rabbinic Cabinet of the
United Jewish Appeal, continuing
an identification with Israel that
predates the establishment of the
modern state in 1948.
Dr. Lehrman, whose graying
hair is the only clue to his 32
years in the rabbinate, functions
at a pace which leaves his family,
i egants and associates in or-
ganization work amazed at his
ability to always be fresh and
eager for new assignments.
UK STILL manages to review
the work of every candidate for
Bar and Eat Mitzvah, for con-
firmation and for graduation
from the Lehrman Day School.
He says his frequent visits to
both the day school and the after-
noon religious schools "always is
refreshing to me. I consider our
schools the noun jewel of Tem-
ple Kmanu-Kl.''
A graduate of the Jewish In-
stitute oi Religion in 1942 with
a Master of Hebrew Literature
degree. Dr. Lehrman earned a
Doctor of Hebrew Literature de-
gree in 1958 from the Jewish
Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica. The Seminary bestowed the
honorary degre of Doctor and
Divirity upon him in 1968, and
also established the Homiletics
Library in his name.
IN HIS honor, members of
Temple Kmanu-El in 1963 estab-
lished a Chair in American Jew-
ish History at the Jewish
Theological Seminary. He is a
member of both the Rabbinic
Cabinet and of the Board of Rab-
binic Visitors of the Seminary.
Dr. Lehrman also is a former
Visiting Professor in Homiletics
at the Seminary.
His forceful oratory has made
Mm one of the nation's most
ought-after speakers for dinners
and other public occasions, and
Ms magnetic voice has electrified
audiences at some of the largest
rallies in American Jewish his-
tory.
(Dr. Lehrman is chairman of
the board of governors of the
fjanization, and has been in the
Greater Miami Israel Bonds Or-
forefront of the '.onds campaigns
since it was la niched in Miami
Beach in Ma 1951, by Mrs.
Golda Meir.
He is a Ion time national vice
president oi I mist Organiza-
tion of An ei. ind active in be-
half of the iican Zionist
Federation.
THE RABIH iiairman of the
Jewish Nat* Fund Founda-
tion Commit:^" for Greater Mi-
ami, and has served in various
capacities to Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusali n and almost all
of the Othei bra i institutions
of higher le;'
President Inited States,
both Democrati and Republican.
have named I a variety of
Presidential Con missions.
He is a membi >f the United
Nations UN : xecutive com-
mittee, and 'mber of the
executive committee of the na-
tional UJA.
Now hoi* aident of the
Rabbinical Association of the
Southeastern on of the
United Stat p is past presi-
dent of tin :ical Associa-
tion of Gre ami.
A MEMBER the Florida
State Com! the Teaching
of Religion :' bile Schools,
DR IRVING LEHRMAN
he niier and former
vice the Greater Mi-
an ; '"' eration.
A ie Encylopaedia
j ch Foundation,
Rath s a member of
the ticil of the Boy
ra. He is a mem-
i ei- nt's < 'ouncil of
Bi i i. and ol Omi-
a, the nation's
highest leadership society.
He served as national cochair-
man of the Religious Task Force
of the President's special White
House Conference on Food, Nu-
ll ition and Health.
Dr. Lehrman has also served In
the national and state organize-
tj ma .'i the Nat! erence
oi chrjstl Jews, and has
received the highetl awai Is the
NCCJ can present toe work in
that field
He organized the i*rmanent
,i rue between Christians and
Jews In South Florida, and now
heads the Intertaith Agency for
Social Justice
OTHKR activities include
board member Of the Inter-
national Synagogue at Kennedy
Airport, board member of the
South Fioiida Citizen's Housing
Foundation, board member of the
County chapter of the
A.....lean Red Cross, and board
member <>f the United Fund of
Dade County.
He was one of the principal
organizers of the Teenage Rally
for Decency which attracted
30,000 persons to the change
Bowl a few years ago, he and
his life partner, his wile. Belle,
still find time t liter, I the Phil-
harmonic, the Opera, the Ballet.
WE SALUTE...
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
AND
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
FOR YOUR
CONTRIBUTIONS TO OUR
COMMUNITY WE THANK YOU
arnett
anK
MeaherfVK
Barnett Bank
of Miami Beach, N. A.
420 LINCOLN ROAD MALL f
AlAN I. MASTER. President (


jay. November 1. 1974
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We Worship Together
We Play Together We Study Together
It is with this strong sense of togetherness and personal
participation, thai the members of Temple Emanu-El
have created a thriving congregation; a dynamic pro-
gram for people of all ages; a history of attainment
unsurpassed in our community. Our goal is to fill the
needs of our members, in joy and in sorrow. To this
end we are dedicated with all our hearts.
Spiritual / Cultural / Social
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1701 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach 538-2503
NORTH BRANCH SCHOOL BUILDING
727 77th Street, Miami Beach 865-0216
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