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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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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"Oewish Floridian
S/olume 47 Number 45
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY mi THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Friday, November 8, 1974
t>or by Mail Two Sections
Price 25 cents
I
BEGINS HIS 'SALVAGE MISSION'

Dr. K. in Mideast as Mobs
Mass in Rome, New York
VKW YORK "In its present mood, the United Nations would refuse to support the Ten Corn-
's because they came out of Israel," former Israel Foreign Minister Abba Kban told a rally
' an st:mated 175,000 persons who jammed a three-biock area across from the UN here Monday.
rally gathered around Dag Hammarskjold Plaza to protest
he UN recognition of the Palestine Liberation Organization as the
kesmen for a free and independent Palestine on the West Bank
oJ the Jordan in the upcoming UN debate of the Palestine Question.
THE RALLY gathered against
led ;> of Secretary' of State
, rs visits to Mos-
and India and his arrival
lay in Cairo for meetings
President Anwar Sadat.
Kissinger was also to make
in what he has described
... 'salvage mission" in Saudi
ind Jordan before go-
n for talks with Israeli
rs.
;: ntest meeting here.
11 lice insisted numbered
than 50,000 despite as-
V sessmenU v the contrary of the
rally by its sponsors,
-taged against a back-
Won't Walk Out ... r I -.';:.. L*
A 1)1. Lose* Move 9-A
Ford Studying 11-A
Debate Postponed 12-A
JDL Disclaimer 14-A
Red Okaj 15A
drop of demands by outgoing
Senate Foreign P.elations Com-
mittee Chairman J. William Ful-
bright that Israel withdraw to
the 1967 boundary lines and
conflicting reports by both the
State and Defense Departments
Continued on Page 8-A
ABBA IBAN
refusing Ten Commandment*
U.S. Mission to Saudi Arabia Sets
Sights on Multi-Billion Arms Deal
/
MINISTER WARNS:
You Can't
Afford Any
More Wars
By n \\ ID LANDAU
and OIL SEDAN
SAI.KM UTAl For-
i Minster Yigal Allon told
h Foreign Minister Jean
Sa .a^-nargues at a state dinner
here Oct. 31 that with the Mid-
East at the crossroads be-
war and peace it was vi-
r the outside world to en-
ci irage moderate elements and
away from words or deeds
might encourage the ex-
oLimued from Page 4-A
WASHINGTON (JTA^ A high level U.S. government mis-
sion will visit Saudi Arabia soon to discuss understandings between
the two countries on a multi-billion dollar arms deal to modernize
Saudi Arabia's military establishment.
The State Department disclos-
ed Oct. 29 that Robert Ells-
worth, head of the Defense De-
pal tment's office of internation-
al security affairs, and George
Vest, chief of the State Depart-
ment's bureau of political-mili-
tary affairs, will confer with
Saudi officials on aspects of the
Pentagon's "survey" of Saudi
Arabia's military programs.
ACCORDING TO State De-
partment spokesman John King.
the Pentagon has made a sur-
vey" of Saudi Arabia's "tech-
nical needs as our experts see
them."
A recent report by James Mc-
Cartney. Washington correspond-
ent for the Detroit Free Press,
said that the U.S. survey calls
for "total rebuilding" of the
Saudi Arabian armed forces
that would include a mobile
triking force with some 440
helicopters, F-4 Phantoms and a
major expansion of the navy.
McCartney wrote that two
documents dated Sept. 13 and
Sept. 16 attested to the pro-
gram. The Sept. 16 document is
an "action memorandum." he
wrote, from Vest and Alfred
Atherton. Jr.. Assistant Secre-
tary of State for Middle Eastern
Affairs, to Joseph Sisco, Under-
secretary of State for Political
Affairs.
THIS MEMO, according to
McCartney, said that Secretary
of State Henry A. Kissinger ap-
proved last Mar. X the "idea"
of a Pentagon survey and "mas-
ter plans" for Saudi Arabia's
development over the next five
or ten years.
Under questioning by the Jew-
Continued on Pa^e 14-A
SUCCEEDS RABBI AMUR TO HIGH OFFICE
Kleindienst
Foreign Agent
For Algeria
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTAI
Former U.S. Attorney General
Richard S. Kleindienst is work-
ing for the Algerian government
in the United States and getting
$12,000 a month in salary and
expenses for his services, rec-
ords at the U.S. Department of
Justice disclosed.
Kleindienst was hired a year
ago by Algeria's oil chief M.
Abdesselam, who is Minister for
Industry and energy, for a "trial
period" that could be renewed, in
Abdesselam's words, by "tacit
agreement for a new period of
12 months and so forth without
interruption." There was no in-
dication that Kleindienst is to
discontinue these services.
THE CONTRACTUAL ar-
rangements were contained in a
letter from Abdesselam to Klein-
dienst on Oct. 3. 1973. which of-
fered to engage the former
Nixon Cabinet officer as "legal
counsel for business circles, Con-
gressional relations and relations
with various official govern-
mental bodies in Washington,
Continued on Page 14-A
Eckerd Ad
Stirs Row
In Miami
Sparked by a community-wide
reaction Of shock and anger, the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith has issued a statement
condemning an advertisement
that appeared Monday, the day
before Election Day, in the Mi-
arni Herald.
The ad. which urged the elec-
tion of Republican Jack Eckerd
to the United States Senate,
lists Kckord's "qualifications" in
comparii n with those of his op-
ponent, Richard Stone. Demo-
crat.
WILL YOU throw away your
vote on Tuesday. Nov. 5?" the
Herald ad asks. "The real choice
is between these two men," and
Continued on Pair* 2-A
WHY MR. ISAC/ OF COURSE
Guess Who's Subscribing
To JTA News Service?
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTAI The Jewish Telegraphic Agency dis-
covered here that a mysterious "Mr, Isac," one of its oldest
and most faithful subscribers, was none other than the Egyptian
Embassy in Paris.
One of the messengers, a young Jewish student, was look-
ing for 56 Avenue de Iena near the Etoile to deliver the Bulletin
addressed to Mr. Isaac Lsac when he saw the Egyptian flag
floating over the building. The porter told him that it was the
Egyptian Embassy and said that Mr. Isac was the name under
which the Embassy subscribed to a number of publications.
Just leave it with us, it is alright," the porter said picking
up the Bulletin.
Zionists Elect Mrs. Schenk President
.'
BOSTONMrs. Faye Schenk
is the new president of the
American Zionist Federation.
Mrs. Schenk was elected pres-
ident to succeed Rabbi Israel
Miller at the third national con-
vention of the Federation last
weekend at the Statler-Hilton
Hotel here.
MRS. SCHENK is national
chairman of the Hadassah Med-
ical Organization and chairman
of the executive committee of
the American Zionist Federa-
tion.
A member of the national
board and national executive
committee of Hadassah, she is
immediate past national presi-
dent of Hadassah.
She serves on the board of
governors of Hebrew University
of Jerusalem and the Presidium
of the Zionist General Council.
She was elected one of two
American representatives to the
board of directors of the Keren
Kayemeth Lelsrael.
SHE IS the wife of the late
Rabbi Max Schenk. who was
spiritual leader of Congregation
Saari Zedek of Brooklyn, N.Y.,
and former president of the New
York Board of Rabbis.
Top American and Israeli
public officials, including U. S.
Sen. Edward Kennedy (D.,
Mass.) and Israel Ambassador
to the U.S. Simcha Dinitz ad-
dressed the gathering.
Other speakers included Dr.
Marver Bernstein, president of
Brandeis University, and Rabbi
Miller.
MRS. SCHENK called on all
Jewish organizations to coordi-
nate their efforts so "that our
united voice can be heard
against the evil and destructive
designs against Israel and the
Jewish people."
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Friday. November 8, I97J
Will you throw away
your vote on
Tuesday, Nov. 5?
The real choice is between these two men!
JACK ECKERD RICHARD STONE
Prefeision Founder, drug store chain; self-made man. Professional politician, attorney
Birthplace Wilmington, Delaware New York City, N. Y..
Fanilf Wjfe.Ruttt, seven children. Wife. Marlene, three children.
Reliaiea Protestant Jewish
Military Scrvica Combat Pilot.WorldWarll 1941 1945 Nona
Education University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa., one year; Boeing School of Aeronautics, Alameda, Calif. Harvard University, Cambridge. Mass., and Columbia University,' New York City, N. Y.
Eckerd Ad Angers Miami Voters
Every vote counts! Let's send them
a conservative message to end
wasteful federal spending now!
VOTE
TUES.
NOV.
5th FOR
JACK ECKERD
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FOR THE U.S. SENATE Pad 'cr by the Jack Eckerd for U S' Sonale Committee. On"* Patterson, Treasurer
Jack Eckerd's ad published in the Nov. 4 Miami Herald.
Continued from Page 1A
the choxe include profession,
birthplace, family, religion, mil-
it irj service, education" as the
categories on the ba>is of which
voters were asked to make their
decision.
All the categories except reli-
gion and military service seem
innocent enough.
For religion, the ad lists Kck-
erd as Protestant and Stone as
Jewish.
FOR MILITARY service, the
ad says that Krkcrd was a com-
bat pilot from 1941-1945 during
World War II, and Stone is list-
ed as having none.
The inference seems clear:
Stone is a Jew who did not
serve his country and ought not
be elected United States Sena-
tor.
Ben Essen, a member of the
Executive Committee of the
Florida ADL, declared that 'Be-
fore the primary campaign, we
urged voters to be alert for and
reject appeals by candidates to
ethnic, racial or religious prej-
udice in the closing days befoie
the elections.
"IVK ARK now faced with just
h an appeal by L'.S. Senate
candidate Jack Eckerd, who, in
an advertisement in today's Mi-
ami Herald i Monday. Nov. 4>,
chose to make Ms and his op-
ponent's religions a factor for
voters to consider.
"We wish to go on record,
along with all responsible per-
sons, in deploring such cam-
paign t;i itics. Ri ligious pre:. -
e has no bearing "ii a per-
son's qualification for public of-
Swiss Decide on Jewish Funds
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I ent is ex| acted pi decide
: :.
t hies oi Jew-
still un-
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Pai lament is expected to ap-
sal to turn
the !''." to
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Ojr New Year wi;h is to
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Israel Bonds ar.d give to the
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Mayshie Friedberg
the Re I Cross.
A( ( ORDIXG TO the i
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-. only about
$700,0 Ins of the mil
Ited by Eui ot ean J
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Mi ney and valuables tx
?.; > Sw.' erland In I
, Nazi persecution of
Jew s gn w in in1 Many
sent instructions
with 1 osKs to hold
: for tl !!' heirs
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After the w
and the
Sw iss bai -
A SWISS government agency
el ip in 1962 to find the :
sitors re-
i lion still unclaim-
n $2.5 ti
been i ed ti the legitimate
heirs Ba k iticials emphatical-
ly rlei that a much
highi sui til em tins in the
vaults.
Wi'ly Gugenheim, secrel
: the Swiss Federation
ol Jew Lsh Assi i iations a
tli.it the have
rated."
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Juvenile Diabetes Foundation Is
Preparing For "Love Anci Hope Ball
Plans are in full swing for an
evening to remember as the
Juvenile Diabetes Research
Foundation prepares for its
i ove and Hope Ball," set far
Feb. 28.
It is appropriately named, for
these gals, volunteers all. truly
put their hearts into it. They'd
LOVE to see the HOPE for a
cure for dialxtes become a re-
ality wry soon.
This group ii now fundinc th
brand new Diabetes Research
Center of the Universit) of
i (to rhe tune of S3 mil-
lion) "i ibably the most
promising research in the wor
is taking place.
Sonja (Mrs. Harry) ZuckerrrJ
is chairing the Ball in the Fou
ta nbleaa'a Hast and West Ba
rooms with Ellie (Mr-
rencc) Gordon cochairinn
I
The committee, includ
in Sakrais. Rhoda Lebowit
Joyce Resnick. Marcie Beleoi
Biaruhe Rosenblatt. Marc Kle
man Micki Kronowitt. Fl
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Simkins, THlie Sanfoni an
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fJenisti Fkr/dfiir
Page 3-A
II
Arab Jerusalem Claim Phony
"BVStfeWat Report
Recent statements by King
Hussein of Jordan and by world
Moslem leaders laying claim to
Jerusalem have little theological
basis in Islam, as they contend,
and are based more on political
expediency than on religious
identity.
' This is the contention of an
Israeli Arabist and historian as
expressed in a recent article on
the subject which attracted wide
attention in scholastic circles
and in the Israeli press.
THE ARTICLE, which ap-
peared in Bar-Han University's
Hebrew news magazine, was writ
ten by Dr. Shmuel Tamari, head
of the Department of Arabic at
Bar-Ilan, Israel's only religious-
ly-oriented university.
It came to answer especially
the declarations by Moslem lead-
ers at their recent world confer-
ences to the effect that the Jews
must surrender Jerusalem since
it was holy to Moslems, first and
foremost.
Dr. Tamari refutes this con-
tention by citing Moslem sources
to the effect that Jerusalem was
claimed as holy by Moslems dur-
ing three periods and each time
for political and military reasons,
rather than religious attach-
ment
These periods were: in the
seventh century when Abd-al-
M.ihk built the Dome of the
Rock (later erroneously called
the MosqueTif cSmjfri is virt'nt
a fight for supremacy over By-
zantine Christianity; in the 12th
century when the Arabs fought
the Crusaders for hegemony over
the land, and in our day as part
of the Arab-Jewish struggle.
BETWEEN THESE periods,
says Dr. Tamari, Jerusalem was
of little religious or political irtv
portance to Moslems as the land
changed hands from one foreign
ruler to another.
The generally accepted iteria
for the religious import nee of
any given site are (in th order
of their importance): it: import-
ance as the center of the uni-
verse; its intrinsic holiness as
the site of apocalyptic events
such as the rising of the dead
or universal redemption: and
thirdly, the presence there of
great religious leaders, religious
learning or institutions.
Relying on Moslem evidence
Jerusalem fails on the first two
criteria and can claim sanctity
to Moslems only on the last and
least important criteria, says Dr.
Tamari. In any case, Jerusalem
is considered holy to Moslems,
he points out, to a lesser degree
than Mecca and Medinah in
Arabia which are admittedly
their two holiest cities.
ON THE third criteria. Dr.
Tamari notes. Jerusalem did in-
deed serve as a center of Mos-
lem learning and institutions but
only as one of several other
Arabic cities.
As for being the site of
apocalyptic events, the Moslem
contention is based on a single
very vague passage in the Koran
which relates that Muhammad
rode at ni.^ht from the Mosque
of AI-Haram C.!oeca) to the
Mosque of Al-Aksa and from
there rose to heaven on his steed
Buraq.
It was on the basis of this
passage that the earliest bi-
ographer of Muhammad (Iban
Ishak) interpreted "Al-Aksa" to
refer to Jerusalem, though Jeru
salem is never mentioned by
name in the Koran, and it is
more than doubtful whether
Muhammad ever set foot in the
city.
It was on the basis of this
single misinterpreted passage'
that Moslems eventually sancti-1
fied and built holy places on the
Temple Mount in Jerusalem,!
where once the Holy Jewish''
Temple stood.
JERUSALEM WAS picked by
the early followers of Muham-
mad, he contends, as part of
their struggle against Christian-
Byzantine control of the land. If
there was any religious sig-
nificance to the choice, it was
based on the holiness of the city,
and of the site of the Tempie
Mount, to both Christianity and
Judaism, says Dr. Tamari.
The Moslem religious argu-
ment, he claims. imariably
served as a convenient founda-
tion on which to justify physical
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conquest and presence during
the three historic periods cited
above. Judaism's religious claim,
on the other hand, has been con-
stant, long before the time of
Muhammad. It. in fact, meets all
the criteria for the holiness of
a particular city both from the
historical, theological and me-
taphysical points of view.
Therefore the Jews and Israel
need make no apologies on the
subject, says Dr. Tamari. Their
claim to Jerusalem is primary
and foremost.
Sunshine Chapter Plans l
Membership Luncheon
B'nai B'rith women of the Sun-
shine Chapter will hold their an-
nual paid up membership lunch-
eon at the Beau Rivage Hotel,
Tuesday noon.
Guest speaker will be Stephen
C. Neigher. associate director,
Florida Regional Office, Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith. Entertainment will be by
Allan Gildersleeve and Ann
Evans. For reservations please
call Mrs. Mae Schonfield.
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Friday, November 8, 1974
Principles are Expensive
Secretary of State Henry Kissinger's facile solutions
to difficult problems are now beginning to backfire all
over the place.
We do not take pleasure in this observation. We are
merely affirming what we have said all along: You can
not "solve" anything at the expense of others. And cer-
tainly not at the expense of principles.
From the Oct. 22 enforced ceasefire in the Yom Kippur
War, the object has been to placate the Arab losers at the
expense of the Israelis.
This has brought Washington to the tasteless position
of having to backtrack now on the Palestine Liberation
Organization or to stand the State Department's ground
with the Israelis on the thorny PLO issue.
Since it is patently impossible to continue to refuse
American recognition of the PLO and to hope for the "gen-
erous" flow of Arab oil. principle will once again be
sacrificed at the expense of others the Israelis.
ix & Dr. Kissingers 'Salvage Mission'
And so, Dr. Kissinger left the Soviet Union, Iran and
India last week for one more "salvage mission" of his
Middle East peace effort.
With him, he carried the sad Shah of Iran statement
that there will be no dropping in the price of Iranian oil
so long as U.S. oil companies continue to enjoy uncon-
trolled windfall profits.
At the same time, the Justice Department announced
that it was calling off its year-old action against the wind-
fall profits of the monopolistic American oil companies
because the monopolistic American oil companies had
refused to cooperate in the action against them.
Read that a second time, and let it sink in .
No wonder Dr. Kissinger's solutions are falling apart.
No wonder he labeled his latest trip to the Middle East a
"salvage mission."
No wonder the PLO will finally get what it wants.
No wonder Saudi Arabia is now cozying up to us for
a multi-billion dollar U.S. arms deal to modernize its
military establishment.
When all else fails, including our principles and Dr.
Kissinger's 'solutions," there are always State Department
"changes in policy" to rely on. And, of course, those
multi-billion dollar give-aways.
Weizmanii Centennial
World Jewry is now marking the 100th anniver-
sary of the birth of Dr. Chaim Weizmann, the first
President of Israel.
Besides his invaluable political contribution to
the establishment of Israel, Dr. Weizmann embodied
the best that his country represented.
As its first chief executive, he stood at its helm
honored for more than his Zionism.
Dr. Weizmann was a distinguished physicist and
chemist, whose scientific contributions to Great Brit-
ain during World War I helped the British wage
their successful campaign against Germany and
elicited the historic Balfour Declaration for a Jewish
national homeland in Palestine.
Politician, Zionist and scientist, Dr. Weizmann
combined in his unigue personality the highest spir-
itual meaning of the Jews as the People of the Book.
During the months ahead. The Jewish Floridian
will be publishing many articles and features mark-
ing this important centennial event, which we hope
will be both enjoyable and instructive.
The Price Should he Higher
The arrival of Silva Zalmanson in the United States
emphasizes the profound plight of Soviet Jewry.
In her tour here, Miss Zalmanson is emphasizing the
fact that the Soviet acguiescence to further Jewish emi-
gration from the Soviet Union amply demonstrates that
the Muscovites are unbelievably hungry for U.S. trade.
As a guest of the National Conference on Soviet
Jewry,, which is sponsoring her three-week stay, she is
emphasizing that the Muscovites are sleazy souls who
may be doing no more than throwing a "symbolic bone"
to the West
Soviet anti-Semitic sentiments are no secret to any-
one. Neither the freedom of Miss Zalmanson nor the Soviet
promise to the U.S. to continue Jewish emigration on a
large scale during the years ahead befogs us enough to
do anything but agree with Miss Zalmanson's assessment
of the Muscovite hunger for trade.
Our own feeling is that we are trading away what
the Russians want too cheaply. If Moscow is all that
hungry, she ought to be called upon to pay more more
freedom for more people.
Drum-Beaters are Still at It
W'hkn TRK'IA Ntxon became
W Mrs. Edward Cox, I wrote a
column for another newspaper
criticizing the aristocratic set-
ting of the Rose Garden cere-
mony at a time when the Viet-
nam agony was still upon us.
The quaintly archaic wardrobe
of the wedding party, the nou-
veau riche splendor of the oc-
casion reminiscent of the Johann
Strauss guard uniforms and the
baroque horns the then-Presi-
dent was trying to establish as a
AMMMQJSifmQfBBH
Mindlin
S J^ >>
standard for his "Hail to the
Chief" flourishes on state occa-
sions all this I criticized as
sharply as I knew how because
it seemed unfitting not only t
the presidency but to the Amer-
ican tragedy of the moment.
THERE WERE uncelebrated
Watergates all over the place in
those days, and the editors of*
that paper, who even today nev.
er stop giving themselves gi>ij
stars for their contributions to j
free press, decided to cover it
all up.
They refused to publish the
column because it insulted their
hero, whom they coddled in their
pocket as a favored bauble.
Now. once again, we are be-
ing treated to what the foi
President's drum-beaters came,
in their heyday, to call a .
naiio," meaning a script, 1
liberately fabricated faLseho->l. a
stage production to tel! you how
things really are not.
THIS TIME there are ni
tors tv> Bihcan the column
though there will be Wen
the former President, -t:;.
ing in the wings, to call
paranoid and a'l the other te mi
unique to their w>cabulary
at the height of their p
warned Mrs. John Mitchell when
she was in for another l>.
or another week of restraint be-
hind locked doors or even, B
described it the other da)
genuine fear of being killed.
After all of this SS stuff, once
;i [ain, we are being mani:
to make a choice. There is *;
be sure, Mr. Nixon's pel
and political tragedy. But there
Continued on Page 12-A
COMMENT
...'; Dy EDWARD COHEN
(COLl'MNIST Edward (ohen,
who has written numerous ;ir-
tifleH on the subject over the
pMt several years, delivered a
paper on ""The Synagogue and
the Federation: Partners or
Competitois" at the 38rd
Workshop Convention of the
National Association of Tem-
ple Administrators this week
in Cleveland. Also on the pan-
el was Sidney /.. Vincent, ex-
ecutive director of the Jewish
Community Federation ol
Cleveland. The following is
the first of two evcerpts from
Cohen's address) :
Despite all the evidence to the
contrary in Jewish life. I am a
confirmed optimist that, try as
we may, we bureaucrats of Jew-
ish agencies and institutions will
not be able to stop an ideo
whose time has come.
THE DAY when Federations
and Synagogues will be partners
rather than competitors, thus, is
not far off.
When I read on one page of
The Jewish Floridian that the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations has launched a mas-
sive assistance campaign to help
congregations cope with the eco-
nomic crisis, and turn to the
next page to learn that the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds meeting next
week will get a progress report
from its Task Force on Federa-
tion Synagogue Relations one
recognizes that need, not love,
will bring the two together.
True, the problem of that re-
lationship is pretty far down on
an agenda that includes helping
Israel, helping Soviet Jewry and
helping the U.S. understand its
need to support Israel.
BUT THERE is also a review
of the Institute of Jewish Life's
work on Jewish education, the
family, and leadership develop-
ment and there a:e some in
cjfwf who are beginning to
recognize that this program can-
not be a success without devel-
oping a partnership with the
synagogue.
For better or worse, that's
where most or the committed
Jewish families are and 90 per-
cent of the education takes
place.
Take one of the most respect-
ed professionals in Jewish life,
Sidney Vincent, who is executix e
director of Cleveland's Federa-
tion. Speaking just a year ago
on a CJFWF panel devoted to
"The Agenda of Jewish Federa-
tions in War and Peace," Vin-
cent told of the need for unity
of purix>se of the Jewish com-
munity in the wake of Yom Kip-
pur. 1973. and in his almost 4,000
words managed to avoid saying
anything that resembled "syn-
agogue."
HE SPOKE of Jewish survival
"not only physical but spirit
8S the act of giving montjC
"Fund-raising," he said, "is pro-
found Jewish expression. It ^
Jewish culture."
Thus he found a relatiot
and unity in Federation by In-
sisting on better health and wel-
fare standards, in demand.r.C
equality and opportunity for al
in helping to raise the sight- I
American philanthropy and in
remaining a model community
providing high standards of serv-
ice by our agencies.
NO WONDER Rabbi David
Polish, writing that the ultimate
hope for Jewish survival rests
with synagogue survival, bitterly
assessed the fact "that American
Jewry and its lay leadership do
not see it that way."
That. too. was in 1973 but be-
fore the Yom Kippur War. And
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Friday, November 8. I97J
One-Day Conference On Aging
In St. Petersburg
Friday
An intensive one-day confer-
ence "to take a look at older
Americans and determine what
our public policv should be to
improve the situation of the ag-
ancl to enhance the percep
tion of aging in our society" wil
be held Friday at the First Pres-
byterian Church. St. Petersburg,
\g in Lee J. Price. U80
ciate director of the National
1 ference of Christians and
I chairman of the plan-
ning committee.
Sponsors of the Conference
v. 1 be the NCCJ, American As-
sociation of Retired Persons. Na-
tional Retired Teachers Associa-
tion and the Tampa Bay Regional
Planning Council. It will be co-
sponsored by a number of are;
public ag 1::. ius organi-
.- is and agencies dealing with
aging,
"The meeting will be one of
the mosl comprehensive ever
held in Florida to focus on direc-
i ns public policy should take
to provide solutions to the many
problems already identified," Mr.
Price said.
Keynote speaker will be Rabbi
Sanford M, ShaperO, Southeast
SANFORD SHAPIRO
inal director of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
who ,il-o acts as director of the
Institute fox Human Living, a
gerontological center at Athens.
Ga
Rabbi Shapero is a native of
n. Ohio and a graduate of
the l nivera y of Dayton and
Hebrew Union College. Institute
of Religion. Cincinnati. Ohio. He
was ordained as Rabbi in 195'
and has served as a Chaplain in
the U.S. Navy and later served
Reform Congregations in V '
York. Connecticut and California.
He left the active rabbinate for
several years for a career in busi-
ness holding management posi-
tions with medically related in-
dustries, first in Connecticut and
then in Florida.
In 197! the late Rabbi Maurice
Eisendrath, preMdent of Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions, appointed Rabbi Shapero
as director of the Southeast
Council with responsibility f. r
the States of South Carolina.
Geoigia, Florida. Alabama. East-
ern Tennessee and the Bahamas.
In addition, he is national chair-
man for the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations Commit-
Re rement and has re-
bility for developing pro-
gram- for older people.
Rabbi shaoero is a member of
the National institute of Senior
rente:-. The National Council on
1 th- Gerontological So-
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anizations, the law.
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Hugh Clark. HOlfborough Com
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Barry Sclireiber To Receive
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Barry D, Schreiber. president
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Mr. Schreiber. an attorney in
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Miami Beach with his wife. Bun-
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Silva Zalmanson Beg ins 3-Week U.S. Tour
By YITZHAK RABI
MEW YORK (JTA) Silva
Zalnunson, whose struggle for
freedom has made her "the
bol" of Soviet .Jews who are
fighting for their freedom, was
welcomed at City Hall by Mayor
Abraham I). Beanie and more
than 100 Jewish community lead-
ers and activists on behalf of
Soviet Jewry
She was greeted with cham-
paane. a huge birthday cake (for
her 30th birthday) and firm
promises that the fight for Jews
in the Soviet Union will continue.
MISS ZAI.MANSON. who ar-
rived here from Israel, will spend
three weeks touring the U.S. to
help spur a national effort to se
cure freedom for nearly 40 Jew |
ish "Prisoners of Conscience'' in
Soviet jails and labor cantos.
She herself was sentenced in
1970 to 10 years in a Sovi.-t nris
on for alleged plotting to hijack
a Russian airliner.
She spent f< ur years in a labor
camp and was released last Aug
HER HUSBAND. Edward Kuz
netaov, who was originally -en
tenced to death for his role in
the alleged "hijacking," had his
sentence commuted a f' < r
world-wide protestto IS
Her two brothers, Vulf and Is
Israelis
Wont Walk
Out of I \
PLO Debate
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) Is
rael's delegation to the United
Nations will not walk out of the
General Assembly chamber when
a representative of the Palestine
Liberation Organization ad
dresses the world body
Contrary to expectations in
eme quarters. Foreign Minister
Yigal Allon has instructed Is
rael's UN Ambassador ^ I
Tekoah and his delegate- to tike
a- active a parl as possible in
the debate on the Palestine Ques
tion and when ver possible to ex-
pose the true nature and aim- of
the PLO.
SOME political circles here
had favored an Israeli walk-out
as a gesture of contemit for the
PLO an.I Israel's outrage at the
IN for inviting a terror gang to
participate in its deliberations
But officials said that the gov-
ernment decided "not to glvi
PLO and its supporters the satis
faction of seeing the Israeli del-
egation walk out."
The officials said that the
walk-out by Israeli Ambassador
Bar-Yaacov when the UNESCO
meeting in Paris voted to admit
the PLO as ohservers was a
spontaneous gesture by the Am-
bassador.
He had received no specific
instructions as to how he was to
act in the circumstances, the of
finals said.
ISRAELI OBSERVERS ex
pressed some small satisfaction
with the UNESCO vote which,
from Israel's viewpoint, was
marginally better than the 106-4
vote in the General Assembly
recognizing the PLO.
They noted that all of the
Western European delegations at
the UNESCO meeting abstained,
whereas in the General Assem-
bly vote France. Italy. Sweden.
Norway and Ireland had all voted
for the PLO.
On the other hand. Bolivia and
the Dominican Republic did not
join Israel and the United States
in opposing the PIX) in UNESCO
as they had in the General As-
sembly voting.
SUVA ZALMANSON
'symbol' of Soviet Jews
rael, arc serving terms of 10 and
eighl years respectively.
Her tour through the U.S.
under the auspices of the Na-
tional Conference an Soviet Jew-
ry, and her meetings here are
- km iored by the Greater New
York Conference on Soviet Jew
ry
BEAMF. who presented the
visitor with a key to the city, told
the gathering: "On behalf of all
New Yorkers, it is my pleasure
to welcome Miss Zalmanson to
our city.
"Her heroic struggle to reach
Israel typifies the plight of manv
Jews in the USSR who have been
imprisoned solely for the 'crime'
of wishing to emurat" to that
nation. I am hopeful that Miss
Zaimanson's visit will inspire
even more extensive activity on
behalf of the So iel Jewrj move-
lure and around the
w >rld."
Miss Zalmanson, \ isib :* n 1
by the warm rece ti i thanked
the Mayor and all who fought for
her freedom. Speaking in Rus-
sian, she said th.it the letters and
Be > about the effort- mail-' here
on behalf of Soviet Jewry are a
great encouragement to the im-
prisoned and harassed Jews in
the Soviet Union.
KINGS COUNTY District At-
torney Eugene Gold, chairman of
the Greater New York Confer-
ence on Soviet Jewry, presented
Miss Zalmanson with a go'.d
Mogen David with her name in-
scribed on it in behalf of the Con-
fen nee.
Gold urged the gathering to
for Soviet
in this "'h storic moment"
v. h< n the Soviets and the U.S.
have reached a.i accord on im-
tion.
He warned, however, that this
;- valid for only 13
i- and that period will be
a ti -t for Sovii t Intentions."
He added that unless the U.S.
maintains vigilance and keep- the
pressure on the Soviet- to ad-
here to the principles of the re-
cent U.S.-USSR accord on Jewish
emigration, "the agreement could
coUaose and dash the hoo.'- of
hundreds of thousands of Jews
who desoerately want to leave
the So'ipt Union."

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Dr. K. in Mideast as Rallies Voice Protests
Continued from Page 1 A
in Washington about future
shipments of arms to Israel.
.
THE RALLY:
Eban was joined on the podi-
um by former Defense Minister
Moshe Dayan.
"THE FATE of Israel will not
be decided by the PLO." Eban
declared as a special detail of
some 40 policemen cordoned off
the rally from a pro-Arab group
meeting on the corner of 42nd
Street and First Avenue to hear
Dr. M. T. Mehdi, secretary gen-
era] of the Action Committee
for American Arab Relations,
predict that the U.S. would rec-
ognize the PLO "within a year"
and that the Arab nations would
reimpose its oil embargo against
the U.S. if it did not.
U.S. Sen. Henry Jackson (D.,
Wash.) told the rally that "ter-
ror has penetrated the halls" of
the United Nations because of
its PLO decision.
Jackson, leader of the strug-
gle on Capitol Hill agaiast Most
Favored Nation status for the
Soviet Union unless the Soviets
promised a liberalized emigra-
tion policy for Jews wishing to
go t<> Israel, charged thai the
PLO is "a murderous band which
esents no one but itself."
"THERE WILL be no pe
in the Mideast il the UN sells
o i to thugs and murderers," lie
declared.
Rabbi Israel Miller, head of
Mayor Clark Indictment
Metro Mayor Steve Clark read a 10-count "indictment" of
the Palestine Liberation Organization and Yasir Arafat at a
gathering of 250 persons at the Dade County Courthouse on
Monday.
The meeting protested the PLO recognition by the United
Nations.
Calling his indictment a "Grand Jury of Public Opinion."
Clark accused the PLO of "murder, kidnapping, piracy, rob-
bery, terror and genocide." He called for a "trial" of the PLO
in the "court of the world community."
Among other spokesmen at the gathering were Metro
Commissioner Ed Graham, Miami Commissioner Theodore Gib-
son, and U.S. Rep. Claude Pepper.
1> .........liminiy.
tion in the price of oil. Fulbright
nevertheless declared that
"What is taking place in the
Middk East is a long-term his-
torical underweighting of the
scales of power, comparable say-
to the inexorable displacement
of France by Germany as the
paramount power of Europe in
the 19th century."
FULBRIGHT WARNED that
The friends of Israel in the
United States do her no service
by refusing to recognize these
facts of power and change .
Israel's supporters are en-
couraging Israel on a course
which must lead toward her de-
struction and just possibly ours,
as well."
Everybody's
Talking About...
FOH NUV4TEFAMTU8
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the Conference of Major Jewish
Organizations, said that the
rally was the largest ever in the
history of New York.
Whatever its size, it was big
enough for 12 members of the
Jewish Defense League to sta-
tion themselves between it and
the tiny Arab gathering, where
they sat down in protest and
were subsequently hauled away
by police.
OTHER SPEAKERS at the
rally included forme'- Attorney
General Ramsey Clark, the Dem-
ocratic candidate for U.S. Sen-
ator from New York, and Re-
publican Sen. Jacob Javits, lx>th
of whom took the opportunity to
ii i some campaigning on the day
11: ire Election Day,
Clark, a Texas Protestant,
said "You don't have to be Jew-
ish to love Israel."
Javits. who is Jewish, told the
cheering rally that "The Amer-
ican people are properly out-
raged by the General Assembly's
craven decision to invite the Pal-
estine Liberation Organization to
participate in this year's Mid-
east debate.
"ISRAEL DOES not stand
alone because the United States
stands by her and will never
leave her side in time of crisis."
IN WASHINGTON:
In the nation's capital, De-
fense Secretary James Schlesin-
ger urged a "bolder and more
urgent arms program for Israel."
The Schlesinger plea came on
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the heels of President Ford's
approval of his statement.
But State Department spoke >-
men, who refused to be identi-
fied, noted that top-level Egyp-
tian officials in Washington
warned that more U.S. arms to
Israel would mean a "more ada-
mant" Israel and that "the more
adamant they become, the harJ-
er it is to make peace."
AT THE same time, there
were reports circulating in
Washington that top State De-
partment officials, in an obvious
move to counterbalance the
Schlesinger plea, emphatically
denied the arrangement of new
arms agreements with Israel be-
yond the Si?.-' billion in military
supplies provided the Israelis
since the Yom Kippur War of
197 :
In a statement issued by Sen.
Fulbright'a office here, the For-
eign Relations Committee chief
was quoted in an address he
delivered at Westminister Col-
lege in Fulton. Mo., over the
weekend, where Fulbright de-
manded that the U.S. Rive up
supporting what he called the
Israeli occupation of Old Jeru-
salem and the West Bank of
Jordan, which he called "Pales-
tinian."
Fulbright noted that Israel
"makes bad use of a good friend"
when it pressures the U.S. into
policies that antagonize the
Arabs.
"THE PALESTINIAN peo-
ple." he said, "have as much
right to a homeland as do the
Jewish people." and called upon
the U.S. to pressure Israel into
giving up Old Jerusalem and the
West Bank.

"We and we alone have made
it possible for Israel to exist as i
a state," he declared, "and sure-
ly it is not too much to ask in
return that Israel give up East
Jerusalem and the West Bank
as the necessary means of break-
ing a chain of events which
threatens us all with ruin."
Arguing that an Israel-Arab
peace settlement would do little
if anything to end the energy
crisis or to bring about a reduc-
IN CAIRO
Secretary of State Kissinger
arrived here in what he himself
described as a "salvage mission."
a last-ditch effort to bring peace
to the area despite the sudden
shift in power to the Palestine
Liberation Organization, against
whose recognition the U.S. voted
at the UN.
On the eve of his arrival,
President Sadat issued what
sounded like an ultimatum,
when he declared that there can
be no discussion between himself
and Dr. Kissinger about a polit-
ical settlement with Israel.
FURTHER ISRAELI with-
drawals in the Sinai, he noted,
would not be conditional on po-
litical settlements between Is-
rael and Egypt. Sadat flatly de-
manded Israeli withdrawal from
all occupied Arab territory.
The new and stiffening Arab
demands came not only in the
wake of the PLO success at the
United Nations but the bowing
out of King Hussein at the Arab
summit conference in Rabat.
Morocco, last week, when Hus-
sein gave up his claim to the
West Bank which Israel has oc-
cupied since the 1967 war, and
acceded to the claim of Yasir
Arafat's PLO on the Wett. Bank
as a starting point for the estab-
lishment of a new Palestinian
state.
Kissinger, well aware of the
struggle ahead, still refused to
concede that the U.S. was pre-
pared to change its policy of
non-recognition of the PLO.
AS KISSINGER arrived in
Continued on Following Page
Congratulations
&
to
Temple Emanu-El
On Its
35th Anniversary
and to its
Spiritual Leader
Dr. Irving Lehrman
and Belle
With Rest Wishes
MR. and MRS. JOSEPH COHEN
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Dr. K. in Mideast
Continued from PrecedinR Pagr
Cairo, the threat of a new Mid-
dle East war seemed very real.
"We say that if we can not
get our territory back by peace-
ful means we will not relinquish
the option of resorting to war,"
is how a highly-placed Egyptian
3* official put it.
Simultaneously. Palestinian
guerrilla groups went on "max-
imum alert" in Lebanon, the
Beirut newspaper, Al Moharrvr.
announced, observing that Israel
intends to launch a military at-
tack sometime soon.
Israal has been shelling the
southern coastal refugee camp
of Rashidiyeh, a known guer-
rilla center, since the end of Oc-
tober.
KISSINGER arrived in Cairo
from a meeting in Rome, where
massive security precautions
were taken, as he went on to
address a conference on feeding
the impoverished populations of
the world.
Kissinger issued an appeal in
Rome to the Arab oil producer!
to help in the new world food
inization.
rlier, Kissinger met with
irshal Tito in Belgra le Y
- la, an I Rumanian officials in
i i. ;harest,
IN BELGRADE, Tito, an
, pnoi ter of the Ai il
. ise expj esse I his
i iuse .it the stagnatiiml il
1 ;- there 'the Middle East
Carl Rowan Keynoter
At CRB Luncheon Here
A man whose career combines
distinguished service in govern
ment and journalism. Carl Row
an. will speak Friday, Nov. 15. at
: lth annual luncheon of the
Dade County Community Rela-
tions Board in the Dupont Plaza
Hotel honoring outgoing board
members and Miamians who will
take their places.
Rowan, who will be the key-
Inote speaker, was once this na
lion's youngest ambassador
abroad, an Assistant Secretary of
State and Director of the U.S.
Information Agency as well as a
member of the U.S. delegation
to the United Nations. He is now
a nationally syndicated colum-
nist, broadcaster and TV network
panelist on the Sunday noon
"Agronsky and Company" show.
Kissinger replied that "The
United States would like to do
its best to prevent a stalemate
from developing. This requires
that all the parties on both sides
understand the special necessi-
ties of the other and make an
effort to bring their positions
closer to each other. It is for
this purpose that I am going to
the Middle East."
Kissinger's Roman stopover
was punctuated by a bombing
the day before that shattered
windows on four floors of the
Rome Daily American building,
an Italian-owned English-lan-
guage newspaper for traveling
Americans.
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motion by the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith in fed-
eral district court to bar mem-
bers of the Palestine Liberation
Organization from coming to the
United Nations to participate in
delate on the Palestine issue
was denied by Judge Mark Con-
stantine last Friday.
The ADL obtained a show
aciue order in the district court
in Brooklyn to prevent PLO
leaders from entering the United
States on grounds that their
"crimes of murder, acts of bar-
barism and savagery" put them
in the class of individuals barred
by U.S. from entry.
IN DENYING the motion.
Judge Constantine said he had
been informed by the State De-
partment that PLO representa-
tives would be restricted to an
area of 25 miles in midtown
Manhattan and that their visas
would be valid only for 29 days.
The Judge said that "this
problem must be viewed in the
context of the special respon-
sibility which the United States
has to provide access to the
United Nations."
He added that "at times, our
responsibility to the United Na-
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LEO MINDUN
After AIL Drum-Beaters are Still at It
i
Continued from Page 4-A
is also the nation's personal and
I political tragedy.
And the change in adminis-
tration notwithstanding, it is
suggested to us that Mr. Nixon's,
as usual, takes priority.
LET'S CALL a spade a spade.
The Grand Jury has charged the
former President as an unindict-
ed co-conspirator. The Water-
gate trial now in progress vows
to prove his criminal complicity
beyond any doubt.
Even President Ford himself,
appearing before a congressional
committee, noted that Mr.
Nixon's acceptance of the presi-
dential pardon establishes his
guilt better than any legal pro-
ceeding might have done.
One would think that this
would be enough to return him
and his henchmen to the just
obscurity from whence they orig-
inally came.
BIT NO. Once again, we are
being treated to a Nixon sce-
nario.
Once again, we are being
treated to statements by Ron
Ziegler, who receives in excess
of $40,000 annually shelled out
by the beleaguered American
taxpayer in the performance of
duties as Mr. Nixon's press sec-
retary that might just as well
not be performed or that the
former President himself ought
to pay for if he feels he abso-
lutely must have a press .secre-
tary.
FROM ZIEGLER, the man
who established himself as one
of the most sanguine, consistent
and fascile liars in the former
President's administration, we
are being fed news bulletins at
the rate of $40,000 a year and
we are being asked to believe
them.
For example, the medical re-
ports by the former President's
personal physician and close
personal friend whose au-
thenticity is seriously questioned
by medical authorities in the
cardiovascular field from New
York to Miami to Los Angeles.
And the "medical bulletins"
by Ziegler, himself, about which
the less said the better.
Like the Rose Garden cere-
mony itself, we are being over-
whelmed by TV reports of vast
cordons of secret police al the
hospital where the President is
confined and to stories about his
room the only occupied room
on the seventh floor of the hos-
pital.
Palestinian Debate Put Off
At UNations for a Week
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luncheon meeting at 11:30 a.m.
in the Wolf son Auditorium.
Featuring members of T.I.F.-
T.Y. (Temple Israel Federation
of Temple Youth) as guest speak-
ers, the program will be pre-
sented by Youth Group president
Gigi Levene. Jack Klein, who
will be spending the next semes-
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Dade County High School in Is-
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which is expected to be ap-
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IT WAS reported from Cairo,
meanwhile, that Egyptian Presi-
dent Anwar Sadat has rejected
an American proposal for fur-
ther negotiations on an Israeli
withdrawal from Kgyptian terri-
tory captured in 1967.
Sadat was quoted as telling
Egyptian journalists at a press
conference in Rabat that Israel
must withdraw from all occu-
pied Arab territories, not Egyp-
tian territory alone.
"Israel wants to foment trou-
ble among the Arab countries by
creating sensitive situations.
Withdrawal should take place on
Arab fronts," Sadat said.
1IK ALSO reportedly said he
had informed Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger of Egypt's
position. Kissinger, in Bangla-
desh on Oct. 31. said he did not
believe the Arab summit meet-
ing in Rabat had foreclosed fur-
ther Arab-Israeli peace talks,
but he would hold further dis-
cussions with Arab leaders to
determine how best to proceed.
Reports from Dacca said that
Kissinger was planning "a sal-
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ALL IN all. this is a picture
we were forced to observe for
so many years at the White
House of presidential pomp and
privilege not in keeping with the
American democratic spirit, not
in keeping with the finding of
the Grand Jury and the prom-
ises of the Watergate prosecu-
tors, not in keeping with Amer-
ica's newest ixilitical and eco-
nomic agonies no matter how
much this terrible disparity is
disguised by phony appeals to our
sentimentality meant to cause
us to weep with him that Mr.
Nixon has no health Insurance
and that. I-ord knows because
no one else does, how he's going
to pay all those medical bills
when he gets well again.
Perhaps he might have been
Jess slavish in his identification
with the American Medical As-
sociation when he took his stand
as President on national health
legislation. In any case, we all
know how he'll pay his own bills,
all right .
None of this is meant to de-
tract from Mr. Nixon's personal
tragedy. I only intend to place it
into its proper perspective.
UNITED Automobile Worker
machinists now being "furlough-
ed" en masse in Detroit would
never so much as get a toe onto
the seventh floor of the Long
Beach Memorial Hospital in Cal-
ifornia, let alone be surrounded
by a corps of secret service men
protecting them from what?
Talk about paranoia.
Stack the Nixon tragedy up
against our own:
The Shah of Iran won't
drop the price of oil, Henry Kis-
singer learned over the weekend,
which anyone could have told
him. thus sparing him the hu-
miliating experience of going to
Iran: still, we won't do anything
al out the American oil mono-
polists either, whose unconscion-
able profit! the Justice Depart-
ment moved against last year
and quit their action last week
because the monopolists refuse
to cooperate in their own pro-
secution!;
President Ford's Own little
oi hi massacre in the
ol Federal Energy Chiel
John Sawhill fo refui ing to lie
to the Amei lean i eople
the n i i .,
sis";
Si Ol Chi
Willia: ttack on the
. dahy an
k, pron
i a. |
il them ofit-
1 the ': I ol the
American Inflation 1 and who, I
predict, will be the President's
next victim;
0 The already teetering
American foreign policy that
will have the ILS. recognize the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion and leave Israel amputated
as a sacrifice to the Arab na-
tions' determination to destroy
Israel as a symbol of growing
Arab capacity to control the
world's industrialized civiliza-
tions;
President Ford's remark in
Colorado over the weekend that
"The day is past when an octo-
pus-like government in Wash-
ington can stretch its tentacles
across the nation and sque.,e
itself more and more power"
a remark reminiscent of Herbert
Hoover's "two chickens in every
pot" on the brink of the 1929
crash; a remark that contradicts
each and every one of Ford's
actions in his coddling of mili-
tarists, monopolists and privileg-
ed American adventurists at the
same time that he advises us
that our economic salvation lies
in cleaning our dinner plates.
THIS IS the American trag-
edy the statement of high
principles juxtaposed against the
encouragement of greed. The
tragedy is real, and it is threat-
ening.
We sent the Zieglers packing
in August, and it would be in
the best interests of the nation
not to have to listen to their
Nelson Eddy-Jeannette MacDon-
ald scenarios anymore.
INSTEAD, they speak fo us
still, whether in press confer-
ences at Long Beach or from
NATO headquarters in Europe,
where old generals have not
gone to fade away but to press
the advantage of the American
industrial-military conspiracy.
We have swept the scoundrels
out, hut it takes only a single
case of phlebitis to warn us that
we are no further along than we
were before the house-cleaning.
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Friday, November 8, 1974
You Can't Afford Another War, Sauvagnargues Says
Continued from Page 1-A
tremists.
The latter were described by
Allon as pushing for a new war.
'And the most extreme of the
extremists, by its words and
deeds, is the organization calling
itself the Palestine Liberation
Organization," Allon said.
HIS REMARKS were a pointed
reference to France's Middle
East policy which has given en-
couragement to the PLO and its
leader, Yassir Arafat, who met
with Sauvagnargues in Beirut
only a week ago.
"It is enough to read its (the
PLO'si covenant,' it is enough
to recall the chain of murders
and sabotage perpetrated by its
members and associated units in
order to realize that the essence
of the PLO is terror," Allon
declared.
The state dinner at the Kin^
David Hotel drilled the first Ay
of Sauvagnargues' three-day vis-
it to Israel, the first ever by a
French Foreign Minister. Allon,
who is also Deputy Premier, and
the French diplomat met in the
morning and in the afternoon at
the Foreign Ministry for discus-
sions in which the Israeli For-
eign Minister reportedly made
clear his government's sharp dis-
agreement with French Mideast
iwlicies.
SAIYAGNAROCES reported-
ly replied that Israel criticism
stemmed from misunderstanding
and a one-sided view of the Mid-
dle East conflict. One source
Quoted him as saying that he
understood Israel's fears but
suggested that Israel must reach
an agreement with its Arab
neighbor's.
"I doubt if you can afford to
win more wars," the French vis-
itor reportedly said.
Sauvagnargues was received
during the day by President
Kphraim Katzir and Premier
Yitzhak Rabin and made a cere-
monial visit to the Yad Vashem.
His wife, who is accompanying
him, was escorted by Mrs. Allon
on a tour of the Hadassah Hos-
pital medical center.
IX OFFERING a toast to Ml
guest at the state dinner. Allon
expressed the hope that the
friendship that exists between
Israel and France will find its
true expression in friendly rela-
tions in the political field as well
as in the fields of economics and
culture.
He recalled happier days in
Franco-Israeli relations when
France aided Jews in achieving
sta
fen
Israelis Reported Uniformly
Gloomy Over PLO Recognition
J
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) Initial reactions to the Rabat deci-
sion recognizing the Palestine Liberation Organization as the sole
representative of the Palestinian people" are uniformly gloomy.
The consensus is that the Arab summit meeting may have ef-
fectively destroyed the prospects of a peace settlement between
Israel and its neighbors in the foreseeable future.
"The general feeling here is that the decision is bad bad for
hopes of peaceful progress," one highly placed observer said.
another observer suggested
that "Likud will have a field
day," referring to the opposition
party's increasingly militant and
emotional campaign against any
territorial concessions by Israel
on the West Bank.
The Rabin government, like
its predecessor headed by Golda
Meir. is on record that it will
never negotiate with the PLO
under any circumstances.
One source remarked here
that it was difficult to see how
Israel could negotiate a settle-
ment on the West Bank now
even with King Hussein inas-
much as the Arab leaders meet-
ing in Rabat have declared in
advance that any territory re-
stored by Israel would be put
under the control of the PLO.
THE DECLARATION unani-
mously adopted by the Aral'
summit cunference reaffirms
"the rights of the Palestinian
IK'ople to set up an independent
national authority under the
leadership of the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization as the sole
legitimate representative of the
Palestinian people on any Pales-
tinian land that is liberated.
"Arab countries must support
this authority when it is es-
tablished in all fields and at all
levels," the declaration added.
The advance recognition of a
PLO-controlled state on the
West Bank of the Jordan, with-
out plebiscite or referendum by
the inhabitants of that region,
represented a stunning victory
for PLO and El Fatah chieftain
Yasir Arafat.
IT WAS a severe blow to Hus-
sein's prestige and to the future
of his Hashemite state inasmuch
as it forces him to relinquish any
claims to the West Bank which,
before 1967, comprised about
one-fifth of his small kingdom.
The implications for Israel and
for the peace moves of U.S. Sec-
retary of State Henry A. Kissin-
ger are viewed as grave by some
here and abroad.
The Israeli position has been
that it would negotiate a West
Bank settlement when the time
is ripe only with Jordan, though
it had no objections if Palestin-
ian representatives were includ-
ed in the Jordanian delegation.
The Rabat decision apparently
has removed Jordan as a poten-
tial negotiating partner and sub-
stituted the PLO which Israel
regards as a gang of killers and
saboteurs.
IT ALSO frustrates Kissin-
ger's strategy of a step-by-6tep
approach to a Middle East set-
tlement which relegated the Pal-
estinian issue to a later stage,
possibly after further agree-
ments between Israel and Egypt.
Meanwhile the possibility
loomed that the PLO would soon
set up a government in exile. The
head of the PLO's information
office. Majed Abu Sharar, said
in Beirut that the Rabat decla-
ration clearly gave it the right
to do so. He said such a govern-
ment would be established at
the proper time."
ONE RESULT of the Rabat
developments may be the emer-
gence of a more hawkish trend
in Israel. The Rabin government
has stated that it was prepared
to negotiate for an exchange of
territory on the West Bank for
concrete peace moves by the
Arabs.
Opposition to that policy is
now likely to grow. Most ob-
servers here do not doubt
Likud's claim that it obtained
close to a half million signatures
on a petition opposing territorial
concessions.
One of the signers was former
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan.
Pressure is also expected to
mount on the Rabin government
to remove restrictions on Jew-
ish settlement in the Judaea-Sa-
maria regions.
The Rabat decision is widely
viewed here ;is an indication that
irabs have no serious inten-
tion to negotiate on those re-
gion-.
Jewish Defense League
Denies it Blew Up Office
NEW YORK (JTA)
The Jewish Defense Lei
that the three men who broke
into the Palestine Liberation
Organization headquarters here
Oct. 29 and beat up an employe
after firing several shots at him
weie not JDL members but part
of "an unorganized militant Jew-
ish group."
Ben Zvi, a JDL executive
board member, told the Jew! h
Telegraphic Agency that his
group applauded the action and
"will give our whole-hearted, one
hundred percent support to the
three, including supplying a law-
yer and bail if that becomes nec-
essary should they be appre-
hended."
BEN ZVI stated that the JDL
MU "contacted" by the three he-
fore the attack and was told
they were going to do so because
"we feel that terrorists have to
be treated with their own meth-
ods."
Ben Zvi asserted that one
reason the JDL approved of the
attack was a statement by a
PLO spokesman last week de-
scribing New York as a little
Tel Aviv.
"We agree with that state-
ment," Ben Zvi said, "and we
are determined to prove that he
isn't wrong."
ACCORDING TO reports, the
three men claiming at first to be
members of the JDL, forced
their way into the PLO office in
mid-town Manhattan, fired two
or three shots at Hasan Rah-
man, the assistant director of
the PLO office and the only em-
ploye there at the time.
The shots missed their target
and the trio turned on Rahman
and beat him with a piece of
lead pipe.
The three also tore out the
telephone wires, overturned files
and fled, according to police re-
ports. Rahman was taken to Bel-
levue Hospital where he was
treated for cuts and bruises and
reported in satisfactory condi-
tion.
AFTER THE raid, the United
Press International and the As-
sociated Press received phone
calls in which the callers identi-
fied themselves as members of
the Jewish Armed Resistance
Strike Unit.
The group is believed to be
an off-shoot from the JDL. The
attack occurred just six days be-
fore a planned massive demon-
stration at the United Nations
by Jews and non-Jews to pro-
test against the UN's invitation
to the PLO to address the world
body during its debate on the
Palestine Question.
John Scali. U.S. Ambassador
to the UN, condemned the attack
as an "ugly reprehensible action
by misguided zealots."
HE SAID he had voted in the
General Assembly against invit-
ing the PLO, "but my vote did
not sanction this kind of vigi-
lante action."
tateboocLan* helped Israel cUv
Rid itself and develop.
It may be because of the
friendly memories that the pres-
ent differences of opinion be-
tween our two governments hurt
so." Allon said.
He said that Israel recognized
that France had other interests
in the region and did not assume
that friends of Israel could not
be friends of Israel's enemies.
It has been proven, he said,
that whoever pursues a balanced
policy in the area can maintain
its influence in this region.
SAIVAC.NARC.rES arrived at
Ben Gurion Airport Oct. 39.
where he was greeted by Allon.
His reception was correct, but
cool. About 200 demonstrators
turned up at the airport to pro-
test the visit on the grounds
that France was allying itself
. with the PLQ.A ;
About 150 demonstrators
gathered outside the Foreign
Ministry Oct. 31. when Sauvag-
nargues' limousine drew up. they
chanted "Arafat assassin, part-
ner of Sauvagnargues." a refer-
ence to his meeting with the
PLO leader.
The demonstrators carried
placards reading "Don't barter
Jewish blo 'Remember the children of
Maalot." Two of them were de-
tained, when a group tried to
push past arm-linked police.
Sauvagnargues d'dn't seem to
notice the demonstiators or the
scores of press reporter! and
photographers as he entered the
Ministry building.
His face was expressionless.
He was conducting his talks with
Allon in English.
Is Kleindienst
Foreign Agent
For Algerians?
Continued from Pag* 1-A
DC. and the rest of the United
States."
In addition, Abdesselam wrote.
"We shall entrust you with spe-
cific missions which we shall de-
scribe in detail when the mo-
ment arrives."
For this Kleindienst was to re-
ceive $10,000 monthly in salary
and a monthly average of $2,000
in expenses. In his response to
Abdesselam on Dec. 3. 1973,
Kleindienst accepted the Algeri-
an's offer and said: "I will do
my utmost to serve you and your
nment well."
First information on Kleindi-
enst's services to Algeria came
to the Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy from Jack M. Kahn of New-
ton. Mass.. a graduate Journal-
ism student at American Univer-
sity here. Kahn said he saw the
Kleindienst file while doing re-
search for an ai tiele.
kleindienst. wiv. identifi-
ed himself in his filed
under the U.S. Foreign Agents
Registration Ad as an attorney,
s ti i thai be w is eni iged in
general professional legal serv-
ices on a continuing basis
the government of Algeria" and
that "in addition," he "also par-
ticipated, with others, in making
arrangements by which officers
of the government of Algeria
met with officers of the govern-
ment of the United States." Al-
geria and the United States do
not have formal diplomatic ar-
ia ngements.
Kleindienst was Deputy Attor-
ney General and Attorney Gen-
eral in the Nixon Administra-
tion. He resigned on April 30,
1973. ,m
LAST MAY. he received a
suspended sentence after being
convicted for a misdemeanor on
the basis of his testimony at
Senate confirmation hearings.
He now practices law in Wash-
ington.
The Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cj has meanwhile been unable to
communicate with former U.S.
Attorney General Richard S.
Kleindienst for comments on his
services as an agent in the
United States for the govern-
ment of Algeria
The JTA placed telephone
- to his law office here but
the former highest ranking U.S.
law officer has not responded.
One request was taken on his
l cording device, and another
telephone call was accepted by a
rec ptioiust at his office.
Clifford Also an Agent?
WASHINGTON (JTA) Former Secretary of Defense
Clark Clifford also is associated in helping the Algerian .
ernment's operations in the United States and has worked with
former Attorney General Richard G. Kleindienst in the letter's
services to Algeria, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency has learned.
The United States and Algeria have not had diplomatic relations
since 1967.
Unlike Kleindienst. however. Clifford, who was within the
late President Johnson's inner circle, was said to be involved as
a lawyer for the Algerian governmental corporation, Sonatraeh,
that handles the country's oil ami gas operations in the U.S.
and not the Algerian government as such.
Clifford is, therefore, not listed as a foreign agent with the
Department of Justice on the ground that as a legal counsellor
he is exempt from the Foreign Agents Registration Act, accord-
ing to a Clifford law partner, James Stovall.
U.S. Eyes Multi-Billion
Arms Aid to Saudi Arabia
Continued from Page 1-A
ish Telegraphic Agency about
the McCartney article, King said
he was "not quarreling' with
the Sept. 16 document but said
he had not seen it when he was
asked to acknowledge that the
document exists.
King said that Saudi Arabia
has not yet made decisions on
the arms program and pointed
out military relations between
the U.S. and Saudi Arabia had
existed for 30 years.
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Friday, November 8, 1974
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Paae 15-A
Dr. K. Gets Red Okay on Peace Mission
By DAVID LANDAIT
JERUSALEM (JTAi Sec-
retary of State Henry A. KLs-
appeara t" have pcrtuad-
, : (he Soviet leadership not to
stand in the way of his planned
renewed Mideast peace efforts.
This is the view of official ob-
servers here, based on L'.S.-Im.icI
contacts and on their own anal-
.. of the U.S.-Soviet commit-
issued after talks between
Kissinger and Soviet Communist
Part) Secretary Leonid Brezh-
nev.
ISRAEL'S CONTACT with
S. indicates that the Sec-
i tary will go ahead with his
to tour the Mideast after
nia scheduled speech on wor'd
food problems in Rome this
week.
The I'.S.-Soviet communique,
while clearly indicating deep dif-
ferences between the two tides
on the future solution of the
-Mideast conflict, nevertheless re-
vealed Soviet readiness to allow
Kissinger to proceed with his
peace effort without too much
hindrance from the Kremlin, the
Israeli officials said.
The Soviets will apparently
not insist on the immediate con-
vening of the Geneva peace con-
ference, as the Arab hardliners
demand, but will stand back and
await the results of Kissinger's
step by step" effort to launch
Israel-Egypt talks on a partial
Sinai settlement.
ACCORDING TO one observ-
er here, Brezhnev believes the
American effort is doomed to
failure, and for that reason is
content to allow it to go for-
ward. The Soviets are also said
to be loath to provoke a con-
frontation with Washington at
this time of burgeoning detente
and when the long-awaited most
favored nation status is within
their grasp.
The I'.S.-Soviet communique
called for "early" convening of
the Geneva talks, a vague term
compared to previous calls for
the "immediate" start of the
conference's work.
Jews Salute Danish Resistance
NKW YORK (JTA> A
ng Israeli diplomat forecast
. nother Munich'1 if the nations
(if the world continue their "ca-
pitulation to the brutal threats
and force" of the Arab and So-

In an address commemorating
rescue of the Jewish com-
. of Denmark by the Dan-
- resistance movement 31 years
in October, Israeli Consul
General David Rivlin compared
I bal situation today with
f Em "" in the 1930s and
upon the free nations to
"heroic example of
Denmark' instead of that of the
isers
RIVLIN SPOKE at a reception
sponsored bv Tribute to th?
The voluntary organlza
.on was e-tablish.'d to express
My the gratitude of the
/orld Jewish comnuinitv for the
1MB rescue action ol
: Dan -s.
In a massive, secret, nation-
i rati in, the Danish peo
pie spirited 6.000 Jews to
Sweden, thus saving them from
the Nazi death camps.
More than 100 people, includ-
ing members of the Danish Par-
liament. IN delegation, former
fret dom fighters, veterans of the
Warsaw ghetto battle and con-
centration camp survivors, were
in the audience at the reception
at the h.me of Dr. Leon A. and
Mr*. Kuth Falik in New York
< it)
DR. FAl IK. president of Trib-
ute, announced that since the
rganization was founded in 1360
more than loo Danesstudents,
professors, journalists, scientists.
' -. social workers and
community leaders went to
Israel on scholarships, fellow-
ships and for soccial conferences
and study programs.
He added that Tribute's two-
fold objectives are to strengthen
ns b 'i .vim n Israel and Den
mark and to pass on to future
nt the spiritual and
ethical v dues demonstrated by
the unparalleled Danish action,
one which no other people
matched.
The Royal Government of Den-
mark was represented by Acting
Royal Consul Gunnar Blacr who
said that in 1943 his fellow citi-
zens acted out of their regard for
their fellow Danes and "a sense
of outrage against injustice."
RIVI.IN. DECLARING that the
-li people has a long mem-
ory said that "just as we do not
forget the foes who have singled
OtH our people for oppression,
torture, discrimination and .ex-
termination, we also remember
our friends, the just among the
nations."
Noting that the large nations
will have to pay a price as they
did in World War II. Rivlin de
clarad, "Today, it is Israel in the
Middle East which la victimized
by terror aggression and power
ful political and economic fbrees
Tomorrow, it may be any other
Israeli observers noted, more-
over, that the Kremlin leader
ship's message to the Arab sum-
mit conference in Rabat, while
calling for the "immediate" re-
sumption of the Geneva talks,
carefully avoided any explicit
condemnation of the American
jieatvmaking effort.
PRESIDENT ANWAR Sadat
of Egypt is known to favor the
American approach at this Stage
and is anxious to begin interim
talks with Israel, though his con-
cept of a partial Sinai settle-
ment and Israel's concept are at
this moment very far apart.
Sadat is determined that both
the talks and the eventual aet-
tlement be of a purely military
nature, a sort of second-sta e
disengagement.
Israeli leaders, on the other
hand, have declared repeatedly
that they will insist on an agree-
ment of significant political im-
port, such as a specific renun-
ciation of belligerency and an
undertaking to seek an even-
tual solution through political
means only.
these undertakings would be
coupled with practical manifes-
tations of progress towards
peace, such as the en ling of
omic and political warfare
linst Israel.
COHEN: AW
Needed For
Synagogues
Continued from Page 4-A
its conse iiicnces for the syna-
gogue, the aftermath, was that
the Synagogue Council of Amer-
ica created a Committee on Re-
lations with Federations.
And, lo and behold, a few
months later the CJF named its
ow n task force.
THIS IN 1974. at a joint
meeting of the two groups, we
find the aforementioned Sidney
Vincent expressing 'pleasure
that some of the unessential un-
derbrush of controversy ai>out
Federation -Synagogue relations
has been swept away. The facts
of Jewish life are pushing Syn-
agogues and Federations into
closer relationships,
'The Cleveland community is
concentrating its concern on the
field of Jewish education, recog-
nizing that the Federation has
not supported synagogue schools
in the past but now is willing
to look at it from a fresh view-
point."
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Open fri. 'Till 9 P.M.
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1830 W. Broward Blvd. 525-3136
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1740 E. Sunrise Blvd. 525-7588
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381 N. State Rd. 7 587-2186
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3151 N. Federal Hwy. 943-4200
WEST PALM BEACH
515 South Dixie 832-3044 *
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LAKE PARK/N. PALM BEACH
532 N. Lake Blvd. 848-2544
FT. PIERCE
2604 South 4th St. 464-8020
VER0 BEACH
755 21st Street 567-1174
ORLANDO
421 N. Orange Blossom Tr. 422-3161
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3620 E. Colonial Dr. 896-1141
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881 S. Orlando Ave. 645-5305
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907 Volusia Ave. 255-7487
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eJewisli Flor idian
Temple Emanu-El Celebrates
. :, Fiorida Friday, November 8, 1974
Democrats Gain An
Impressive Victory
: ibin Askew Ic.l the
I irtj to an im
ctory in Florida Tuesday,
, r Secretary of State
I i | stone gaining the
tea Senate seal vacat-
Edward Gurney.
who went to the state
after service as a state
, electe cated Republican Jack
(I and American Party
I ihn Qrady in a three-
. v inner credited his mar-
some 45,000 votes t<> a
t a Ivei Using cam-
kerd in which he
. it that he was a Prot-
i | Stone a Jew.
"I i leserved to lose
il his attempt to paint
South Florida as
nd to stack up his
afflliatl in
The race was decided by
a last-minute tactic by Mr.
Eckerd which backfiri d."
The Republicans Rained a
House seat in Florida, lipping
their delegation to five, but na-
tionally the Democrats achieved
the 2-to-l edge which President
Ford campaigned against The
Democrats won 289 scats and
were leading in five at midday
Wednesday. In the Senate, they
had a net gain of at least four
seats for an apparent 62-tO-3S
advantage. The Democrats fam-
ed key governorships in New
York and California, but lost
narrowly in Ohio and Michigan
ti fall short of capturing all oi
the 10 largest states.
In Florida, all statewide cab-
inet posts and a public sen ice
Ion scat went to the
rats. In Dade. the G< P
i Senate seal decisively but
Israel Counselor Keynoter At
Beth David Bonds Dinner Nov. 17
Politl
. .> of Israel in
!. :> c. will be t.v
spea r al the annual Beth
n Israel Din-
Stati S i Nov. IT at the
R Hotel, dinner chairman
.- announced
Slati honored al
Bond s dinner dance arc
':- \ earl J. Beer
ns of the
Masada Award.
..... b n
Hebrev
i e he achieved
M r.
Ian
. t'.. five Ian
-
R. - th P.....e M nisi
the v
f thi n
lationed I '
.v' ...
vat Po al Vd
i| itant to the Mi i
1972
Dr. Robert Shostack, Associ-
a'? Professor of Education at
I lorida International Univer-
sity, will discuss the ques-
tion "Jewish Education: What
Do We Get For Our Money?"
at Temple Israel of Greater
Miami Sunday at 10 a.m. as
the Greenfield Lecture Series
continues. Single as well as
| series tickets are still avail-
able.
ZVf RAflAH
,- > sistanl Dired oi
Polii R bj i D
Foreign Offii
n DjC ______
Rabbi Zev Leff Lecturer
At Principals' Conference
i : ah Umesorab, 'he National
\. itjon of Hebrew Day
is. has invited Rabbi Zev
Leff, spiritual leader of the
Young Israel of Greater Miami,
to b*1 a guest lecturer at its Mid-
wet Principals Conference on
the campus of the Telshe Rab-
binical College. Nov. 21-24.
The procram for this meeting,
to be attended by Principals and
other educators Of the Hebrew
Da) -Schools in the midwest, will
include seminars on various phas-
e- of Jewish education. Rabbi S.
W. Sessler. principal of the He-
brew Academy of Cleveland will
be chairing the conference.
Pre-Sale Auction Tuesday
Naomi Group. Miami Charter
of Hadassah. is holding its an-
n .a. charity pre-sale auction
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at Temple
Or Olom 8796 SW 10th St. The
charity auction will be held Nov.
23 at 8 p.m. at the temple. All
proceeds go to support the or-
phaned and refugee children of
Jerusalem.
Section P
StH. RICHARD STONE
held on to one House seat, that
of Tom Gallagher.
Geo and Natalie Ras-
kin won non-partisan judicial
races ith Richard Kanner and
Geoi ge Buchmann respectively.
e Is Judge Jack J. Falk.
who died Tuesday night after a
long fight against cancer.
tn Broward County, Dr.
Friedman narrowly
-- : upsetting Rep. J. Herbert
e in the Cor ressional race.
- veteran Re] s. Claude
P( per a: d Dante Fascell won
to-one mar-
Miami Beach voters gave
year-old Hal Spael a narrow vic-
tory over set lo cit zen leader
I I Taub. Both overcame an
. bj I OCl it! state
committeewoman Sophia Eng-
land)
Will! rner was reelected
t,, ; : I'.'ard.
Hadassah Gronps
Meeting Monday
And Tuesday
ijiami 1 h Chapter of Ha
nexl week
inc..
Southgate Group Monday at 1
in the Terrace Room. Shir
ing.
Lincoln Group Mondaj at 12:30
., | th too Li icoln Rd, C ub
. with Mrs imuel L. Gold-
residii Guesl speakt r:
LaTuchin, area v i ce
pi -si
Emma Laxarus Group M<
.:, the Holiday Inn. 8701
s .... Mrs Da \ e
. i presiding Guesl speaker
Mi- Bett; Fast Chapter pasl

Forte Towers Group Monday
noon in the 1200 West Ave. Audi-
im.
Ileizl Group Monday noon in
the Tarleton Hotel with Mrs. S.
Spear presiding. Entertainment:
ceremony honoring life members
and new members.
Bav Harbor Group Monday at
11:80 am. in Schrafts Restau
F.al Harbour, with Mrs.
Joseph Scheid presiding. Pro-
gram features the film "Always
Hadassah."
Israeli Group Monday noon at
the Algiers Hotel, with E.-thc-
Meyer presiding. Book review by
Sara Helfand.
Stephen S. Wise Group Mon-
day noon at the Barcelona Hotel
with Fannie Willing presiding.
Entertainment.
Shaloma Group Tuesday noon
in the Delano Hotel with Edith
Shapiro presidin Guest speak-
er: Manny Tempkin. Chapter vice
president.
Inter-American Group Tuesday
in the home of Susana Behar.
1061 NE 178th Terr.. North Mi-
ami Beach, with Rachel Wax pre-
siding. Chapter's education co-
ordinator will be present for the
Bible study group.
All smiles over the success of the Founders Dinner Dance
of Temple Emanu-El are these leaders of the Miami Beach
congregation. From left are Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cowan and
Judge and Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro. The Cowans served as
chairmen of the event marking the 35th anniversary, and
Judge Shapiro is president of the synagogue.
Stanaing behind a huge "35," symbolic of the anniversary
of Temple Emanu-El commemorated in the Friedland Ball-
room, ar3, from left, Mr. and Mrs. Samue: N. Friedland and
Dr. end Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Friedland is chairman cf the
board and past president of the congregation, end Dr. Lehr-
man has served Temple Emanu-El as rabbi for more than
31 years.
Highlight of Sunday night's program at the Founders Din-
ner was the honoring of 10 of the charter officers of Temple
Emanu-El. Each of the 10 men and women was presented
with framed color photographs of themselves and Dr. Irving
Lehnnan taken by temple member E. Allsn Backer. Among
those cited was past president and Founder Harry Sirkin.
Here, left to riqht, are granddaughter Mollie Ann Sirkin;
Mrs. Sirkin, Dr. Lehrman, grandson David Sirkin end Hcrry
Sirkin. _
Reception-Buffet For Neic Members
Dr. Martin Brody, meiv.ber-
mati of the Young Is-
rael of Greater Miami, has an-
. : that the cor.
has added 40 new families to its
membership rolls.
The new members ii: be wi
corned at a reee let sup-
per at the home '. Dr. and
Martii 1325 NE 171st
St.. North Miami Beach, Satur-
day it :
Rabl : /. lead-
, re ation, and I>r.
Norman A. Bloom, president "f
the synasoeue. will be the two
al this event
Junior Auxiliary Luncheon
The Junior Auxiliary of the
Miami Jewish Home and Hospital
for the Aeed will feature Rosa-
lind Graff, outstanding Chicago
dramatic artist, at its luncheon
Tuesday, Nov. IP. at noon in the
Ruby Auditorium of Douglas
Gardens For reservations, phone
Libby Hament or the president,
Helen Rechtschaffer.


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Religious Services
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREQA-
7 ON, 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHC EMES. 293 W ISth Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
2
KNESETH ISRAEL. M15 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabb, David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Serf. 27
MENORAH (Tempie:. i" 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
BETH AM (Temper 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert M. Baumgard. Associate Rabbi
Barry Altman. 8
Friday, B:|0 p.m. Book nviivv in cel-
.!. wlmt Book Month: "Th
Arab Mind" by Kniinnrl Patal, sum-
marised by Rabbi Haumaurd.
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BE" H DAV'u. 225 SW 3rd Ave.
Or-^rvative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cai.tor William Lloson 4-A
Bi ttrrday, I a_m., Bar Mltsvah of
Alan, too Ot It and Mrs. Nathan
;..
BETH DAV'O SOUTH. 7500 SW.
l2Cth St. Conservative. Rabbi Sol
Landau Cantor William Lioson 4-B
r- p m Sermon: "The Mi-
am Hit!: School In Israel." by KIMSl
]. [ M< n i- a Kipper,
IE*H KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Iraduioral. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Can'oi Leon Segal. Rev. Alex
Stahl. Rev. Me"del Qutterman. I
y is n m Sermon: Th>- Chos-
en Pew." Frank Kreutier and a v,.uns:
jr. who irave invaluable ervlce dur-
abaenoe :" Rabbi Max Shapiro
honored
NER TAMIO (Temple) 79th St. and
Carlyle Ave. Conservative. Raboi
Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Edwaio
Klein. 2
Friday. BrlS i> m. Prayer, liturgical
rendition and One* Shabbal honoring
7C i I w families.
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Phirtas A. Weberman
30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Raboi Sadi Nahmias. 3*
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IONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. !42-
44 Wsshiroton Ave. 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th St. Causeway.
North Bay Village. Conservative.
Cantor Murray Yavneh S2-A
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARD
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St. Mi-
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 Ian
Alpern 3J
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
S- Conservative. Rabbi Charles Ru-
bel. Cantor Alexander Cohen. 8
l y, 8:1! it.a>. Veterans memorial
followed by Ones Shahbat.
Pi .pants include reoreaentatlves
Miami Poet and Auxiliary
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center. 19751
NE 3rd Ave. Orthodox. S3-A
B \AI ISRAEL ANC GREATER
MIAMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE. 960C
imm< Dr've. Ortho-ox. Rabbi
Ralph Glixman. 8-A
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CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION
Cc KENDALE LAKES S.W. 107
/ ve at Kendall Dr. Rabbi Maxwell
Btrger. 9
ISRAEL (Temrle) OP GREATER Ml-
AMI 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot. 10
ISRAELI! fc CENTER. S175 8W 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Solomon
Waldenbcrg. Cantor Nathan Parnass
it
1 ind 8:16 p.m., Pultut
i ol Florida, JWV.
c del Harold C I'hr. ho srlll
- T1,. .1. \\ ish vv :r \,i<
in Hii ommunlty." Saturday. 4S
portion ol the W< k "
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OR OLOM [Temple] b/s:- SW 1Sth
S'. Cinserv.tive. Rabbi Divid M.
Ba'on. Cancer Stanley Ritn. 13
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson.
4
BNAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Victor D. Zwel-
ing. Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
SINA" (Temple) OF NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabhi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irvina
Shakes. 37
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 19161 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Cov
BidnicK 38
YOUNG ISRAEL CF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orte->dox
Rabbi Zev Lef 39
: JUDEA ,Tempi*,. 5550 Granada Blvd.
Reform Rabbi Michael B. Eisen.
stat. Cantor Rita Shore. 40
Friday P.m.. Famlls worship serv-
:. Batttrday. 11:15 a m Salhath ser\ -
d Bal MKavah '. Tracy, datuch-
H m< Rii hard Hasina:-
TEMPLE 'SnAEL-iOUfH (Formerly
Eet- Tlkva) 9325 S'jnset Dr. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 13A
e
TIFEPETH ISRAEL (Temple). 6500
K M ami Ave. Conservative. Canter
Seymour Hinkei. 14
2IC". ~-mpie) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
seevative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
"rr Erroi Helfman. IB
8:18 p m Bertnon "A
earring Tradition." Bal Mltsvah of
eatiiter t '/.: Saturday, 8 am. Bermon:
"Fedral ol lh< Week." Bar Mltavah
Of Btevei SOI c( Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
HI ALLAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Tempi*). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zvicnoek 15
NORTH M'AMI
BE~H MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2226
NE 1Z"st St. Conservative. Rabbi
jo*epe Gortinkel. Cantor Yehuda
B nyamin. 35
MIAMI BEACH
AC. D-TH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
C-:"cdo. Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever. '7
BETH EL. 2400 Pine Tiee Dr. Or-
. -ox. g
BETh SRAEL. 770 40th St, Orthodox.
Rat-bi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
O'thooox Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
Sky. Cantor Maurice Mim.hti, 11
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BE~H RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 jef-
tereen Ave. conservative. RabDi
Elliot Wincgrad. Cantor Saul Breen
24
Frii m Kabalal Bhabbath.
s. and II a.in .M Vnrchim

ZAMORA ( Temple". 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rahh Maurice Kit n
41
Friday, 18 P.m., Sermon: "The In-
men I nf Peool< In Judicial P.....
cedures," h\ Circuit Court Judge Ed-
P Klein of the Eleventh Judi-
cial Circuit uf Florida
SUsVMM
MGGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isoac D. Vine. 50
FORT LAUDLftOAlt
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Philip A
Labowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
Friday, fc p.m Saturd.-.v. S:4n a in .
Bar Mltsvah of David, son of Mr. and
Mrs, So) Nockowtta
BETH SHOLOM. (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi ueon Kromxh.
Canter David Conviser. 21
Fridi i in Sermon: "All The
Wei he Jews ] ii ad Satur-
i a in Bar Mltavah (
' Klchard, son Mr. and Mrs.
A i Bel -iier.
EMANU-EL 3243 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 4S
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON.
GREGATION. Reform. 3501 Univer-
sity Dr. Rabbi Max Weitz. 44
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TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 8753
NW. E7th St.. (Conaervative) Rar,
bi Milton J. G-oss. 44-A
P0MPAN0 BEACH
MARGATE JEWISH CCNTER 6101
NW 9th St. 44-B
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 Sl 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skoo.
Cantor Vaacov ftenzer. 49
HAL1ANDA1E
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
(Ccnservativel, 416 NE 8th Ave.
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz. Cantor
Jacob Danziger. 12
Pridaj I p.m.. Beimon: "Arab ami
i alms to I irai Ten Iton : i^
R shl e>i l Baturdas v IE
,i m Interpretation of the weekly
Hounvooo
BETH EL (Temple). 1551 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Assist-
ant Rabbi Harvey M. RosenfeH 45
Friday, v :r, p.m., Sermon: "Jewish
Courtship and Marrlajre Ones Bhah-
bal sponsored by Mr and Mrs Leo
Salzstein and Mr and Mrs Owen
Wyman In honor of their annlver-
TEMPLE BETH SOLOMON. 927 Lin-
coin Rd. Modern Conservative. Rsb-
bi David Raab. 21.A
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 4601 Ar-
thtrr St. Conservative. Hahbi Mor.
ton Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 46
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE-
GATION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Habbi David Shapiro.
Associa e Rabbi. Chaim S. Listfield.
Cantor Yehuda L. Heilbraun. 47
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 HEBREW CON
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave.
Rabbi Meir Masliah Melamed. 23-A
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Wsshing.
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
TEMPLE BETH AHM. Conservative.
310 SW 62n1 Ave., Hollywood. Rabbi
David Roaenfield. 47-B
TEMPLE SOLtL (Lioeral). 5101 Sher-
idan St., Hoi ywood. Rabbi Robert
Frazin. 47-C
YOUNG ISRAEL ot HOLLYWOOD
(Orthodox). 38)1 Stirling Rd. S3
MHAMA*
ISRAEL (Templi). 6920 SW 85th St
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Drazin
Cantor Abrahtm Kester. 48
HOI If $fI AD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER.
183 NE 8th St. Conservative 61
CONGREGATION AN-NELL (Branch
of Heoeew Acadtmy). 7th St. and
Meridian Ave Orthodox 2S-A
JACOB C. COHtn COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber M. Stscn.
Cantor Meyer Kneel. 26
* !
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
23 HESHVAN 5:15
*
Committee
Reviews Plans
For Dinner
A 15-man steering committee
met at Margulius Chabad House
Tuesday night to review plans
for the Lubavitch Center's ip-
coming dedication dinner Nov. 24
at the Seagull Hotel, Miami
Beach.
The committee, headed by
Joseph Margulius, was informed
by Chabad House director Rabbi
Abraham Korf. that the half-
wav mark had been reached in
ticket sales.
Besides featuring a formal
dedication of Chabad House, the
dinner will also honor its bene-
factors, Joseph Margulius, Dr.
Meyer Licowics, and Abe Dia-
mond.
The dinner Ls the ceremonial
beginning of a massive Luba-
vitcher effort to bring 3.000
young South Florida Jews to a
full time involvement in Jewish
activities. The figure of 3.000
was chosen aa a way of paying
homage to the 3.000 Israelis who
fell in the last year's October
War.
A budget of S.VW.000 has been
set for the many faceted pro-
gram. The amount will be raised
by enlisting the support of one
hundred members of the commu-
nity who will each contribute
$5,000.
Also announced at Tuesday
night's meeting was the award
of Life Partner of Chabad Luba-
vitch to Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Makovsky of Miami Beach,
A Life Partner is one who
c :is lie, of his annual
income t<> the many projects of
the Chabad Lubavitch move-
ment.
Horowilz PhoiOS
hi Federation's
Current Exhibit
The Art Committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion has announced the start of
a new exhibit of photography
by Ji Ifiey Horowitz.
Combined with poetic text by
Ferrucio Dicori, M.D., the spe-
cial exhibit reveals the look of
exactly one year ago
just days after i he ceasefire
en !ini: the iTom Kippur War.
The striking photos show the
land and the people ol [srae
weary with fighting, surrounded
by destruction, yet still bravely
on guard, as seen through the
camera lens of the young Mi-
ami Beach native.
Horowitz visited Israel along
with his father, Arthur Horo-
witz, on United Jewish Appeal's
first study mission following the
War. Participating in the five-
da;.- mission during November,
1973. were 37 of the most im-
i oi tai a len "i South Floi -
J) wish community.
The exhibit will open Friday
in the Greatei Miami Jewish
Federation's second floor gal-
4200 Biscayne Blvd., and
wiil continue through Nov. 30.
jee 'iso-schoor
Program Monday
The Jewish Community Centers
of South Florida, North County
Extension Service will hold a
"No-School" holiday program for
elementary school age children,
grades 1 thru 6. Monday.
The children .vill be spending
the day at the T Y Park in Holly-
wood, participating in all types
of sports and games and a magic
show by Jack Jayson. profession-
al magician is also scheduled.
Buses will leave from the JCC
Trailers at 20400 NE 24th Ave.,
North Miami Beach at 9:00 a.m.
The program is open to non-
members as well as JCC mem-
bers.
To register or obtain further
information contact Mrs. Blanche
Weinberg at 9324404.
Friday, November 8, 1974;
Judge Norman Ciment Chairman Q
Mesfrta Merwitzer Dinner Dec 8
Judge Norman Ciment. promi-
nent attorney and former coun-
cilman of the City of Miami
Beach, has been named chair-
man of the Mesivta Merwitzer
High School annual dinner, which
will be held Sunday evening.
Dec. 8, at the Saxony Hotel.
The dinner will 1 cochaired
bv Nathaniel Zemel, a local en-
gineer and a graduate of the
Hebrew Academy <>f Greater Mi-
ami.
The Mesivta, the only Yeshiva
high school south of Baltimore,
will honor fifteen of its gradu-
ates now residing in the Miami
area.
"Our community is fortunate
in paying tribute to educated
young men who are involved in
many communal and religious
activities," said Muses J. Grund-
werg. president. "All these grad-
uates are professionals, business-
men, and students In the local
colleges and Yeslmos." More
than liSO young men. he added,
have graduated from the Mesiv-
ta during the past ten years;
many of them have made Israel
their home.
According to Rabbi Milton Si-
mon, the school administrator,
the Mesivta's Torah program has
i een ex| anded to include addi-
hours of stud..- at the T
mudk i allege, incited at MM I
Cl ase rive. The college now has
mon than thirty rabbinic stu-
dents.
A graduate of Miami Peach
High School and the University
Miami Law School. Ciment
JUDGE NORMAN CIMcNT
was elected to the Citj
Aland Beach and seni
1967 1971.
Judge Ciment was app -^
by the Governor ol the Si
Fli rida as Judge of Ind
Claims Court in 1971 ai
lev. P.eubin Askew I
n tiie Florida Council Intel
national DeveJopmenl
He was also selei ted bj th<
of Miami B< BCh .
member of the T ist :*
tnent Authority.
J idge Ciment and I <.'M
a former teach. I th
Hebrew Academy, ha. I -i
bom Ivan, Jason and \
ii led in the Hebrew A
Daniel Neal Heller To Be
Honored Bv Masonic Lodge
Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Hibiscus
A 9SS Alton Rd., Dan-
iel Neal Heller will lie honored
in celebration of his coronation
as a 33 Mason, Barnard R ici
Matt, worshipful master of Hi-
! 1st N Masonic 1-odge. repOTte I.
Dr. Irving M. I.ehiman of
i> te Emanu-El and Judges
Grady L. Crawford and Frank
! Dowling wiii l>e the principal
speakers. Jack D. Wolfenson,
'.airman, announce I,
"Cm of every twelve An
i Mason and of the
six million /
lean Masons less than 5,5
had red upon I
, here are only .'>-' such la-
;," Mr. Riisei
said.
Mr. Heller has a long n
of community service Ii
he was elected as the
youngest National Commander
if the Jewish War Veterans "f
the U.S.A., and he has !.
i : icei an iirector of Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and
has held evi ry campaign post up
to and including Initial G
Chairman.
Mr. Heller was a founder of
the Men's CRT In Miami and
won the Federation's Most Out-
standing Young Le
, : ;: V as also ol I
nal Young Leadershii
ol the nited Jewish A; ;
the National Speakers
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A graduate of Han
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Health Trust and a n
the ft>ard of Advise!
International Universit>
:- v ife, the former I
have four children. I..
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tend tin meetin Tues
Color Films At i,\*V
Meeting Tuesday Niffh
Mi mben and friends
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COl tt fl :n at their nu
da> ai 8 p m la the First I
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bv the comedy. "Bverj
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Bernard Goodnun Chairing Nov. 2:{
Night In Israel"" At Beth Am

Bernard Goodman, executive
vice president of Temple Beth
Am. U serving u ,-!,;,jrman llf
a "Night in Israel" to be held
Saturday. Nov. 23, under the
auspices Of Israel Bunds, Wil-
liam Sanes, president of Temple
Beth Am. ha.s anno,meed.
The -Night in Israel;- which
Will le held at the temple, is
honoring Mr, and Mrs. j. VVil-
Ham Baros, Jr.. recipients-elect
of the State of Israel Ma
Award.
Other members of the execu-
te, committee are Mrs. Ronald
Upton, desjK coordination and
arrangements; Mrs. Bernard
Goodman, food and entertain-
nxnt; AI Liebert and Gerald
Schwaitz. building "Kibbutz
Beth Am": Stephen Carnei
Ing; Mrs Norman Weiner |J
lii-ity: David Welt, audio-isua
Jeffrey Wershil and Ernest Hi
ns, recaption swranten* i
Mis Shirley Schult/. 0
tary.
Mr, and Mrs. Alan lv
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Upton a
Pacesetters chairmen.
The Israel Bonds "Nig '
NtU] feature a Bpei ial
raeli buffet dnner. Israeli >vi
tasting, cocktails, enteri' '
a sensational slide show a
dancing to the Stu Granger <
cbestra.
Resen-ations may be made -|
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*Jenisti fhridliain
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JSewmans To Receive Masada Award
At Ner Tumid Bonds Dinner Dec. 1
Extensive Adlllt Zuckerman Reviewing Life Of ZaJman Shazar
Education Set
The State of Israel Masada
Award will be conferred upon
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newman
at the annual Temple Ner Tarn id-
Israel Dinner of State Sunday
Dec. 1, at the Eden Roc Hotel,
ac >rdlng to Rabbi Eugene Lax>-
vit spiritual leader of the
te:uple.
A member of the board of di-
rectors of the Miami Beach con-
gregation, Newman was named
Temple Ner Tamid's "Man of the
Year" in April. He is former
chairman of the congregation's
Religious Committee.
At Congregation Ahavas Sho-
lorn in Newark. N.J.. Newman
served as president for 17 years
before moving to Miami Beach.
Mrs Newman is a life member
of Hadassah and a life member
of Temple Ner Tamid. The New-
mans, who have made several
trips to Israel, have relatives re-
siding there.
The Masada Award, commemo-
rating the 1900th anniversary of
the heroic defense of the fortress
'Nights In Israel" Scheduled
On Behalf Of Israel Bonds
Three "Nights in Israel" will
be held on behalf of Israel Bond*
during the coming week at the
Ti ton Tower, Miami Beach, and
the Forum and Crestview Towers
111 North Miami Beach.
Recipients-elect of the State of
I.-nel Scroll of Honor. Mr. and
Mrs Jacob Deitsch will be honor
ed at Triton Tower, 2899 Collins
Ave. Sunday evening. Special
guest speaker will be prominent
Miami Beach attorney and Jew-
Ish community leader Ben Essen
Entertainment will be provided
by Rita Green, internationally
acclaimed soprano.
Deitsch is a life member of the
Zionist Organization of America
and a life member Hadassah as
SOcilte of the Hadassah Hebrew
University Medical Center. He is
also active in B'nai B'rith.
Mrs. Deitsch, a life member of
Hadassah and Education chair
of the Triton Tower group.
] devoted many years of serv-
social agencies including
tl American Red Cross and the
L a i e f>r Underprivileged
Children in Brooklyn. She is also
active in Variety Children's Hos-
pital and the Douglas Gardens
Jewish Home for the Aged.
Sen mu* as chairman of the Tri
rower "Night in Israel" are
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Biben and
Mr. and Mrs Morris Krieger
Mrs Else Bonem is honorary
chairman.
Slated to be honored at the
Forum "Night In Israel" Tuesday
is Loo A. Tillering, who will re
*ltve the Scroll of Honor
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American Jewish Congress, and
the Israel Bonds and United Jew
ish Appeal campaigns.
Special guest will be Eddie
Sihaffer, American Jewish folk
humorist. Morris Schneiderman
is chairman of the Israel Bonds
event.
At Crestview Towers next
Thursday, Nov. 14. Mr. and Mrs.
Bern diet Carroad will be honor-
ed for their active participation
In fortifying the economic foun-
ds of Israel through the Is-
rael Bonds campaign.
The Carroads, who have been
to Israel on five occasions dur-
he past 23 years, will receive
the Scroll of Honor. Entertainer
Eddie Schaffer will present a
program of Jewish folk humor.
Irwin Blum is chairman i
Bagels And Lox Breakfast
Temple Adath Veshurun Men's
Club will have its monthly bagels
and lox breakfast Sunday at 9:30
am. Dr. David Crowell. cardiolo-
gist, Will speak on the topic
How's Your Heart, and What's
New About It"" A question and
mswer period will follow.
Friends, neighbors and relatives
are invited. Tickets BM available
at the door.
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of Masada, the last Jewish
stronghold to fall in the Roman
conquest of Palestine, is present-
ed by the Israel Bonds Organiza-
tion in recognition of outstand-
ing leadership and service in
fortifying the economic founda-
tions of Israel.
At Yomig Israel
An extensive Adult Education
program will be conducted this
season by Rabbi Zev Leff of
Young Israel of Greater Miami,
it has been announced. Th re is
no charge for the classes, which
are held in the synagogue.
A Post Bar Mitzvah class will
meet Sundays from 9-10 a.m.
Elementary Gemorah and Ad-
vanced Gemorah (men) are
taught Sundays from 7:30 to 8:30
and 8:30 to 10 p.m.
Mondays from 8 to 9 p.m..
there is a class in Halacha. laws
and customs, for women, and a
9 to 10 p.m. class in Advanced
Hashkafa, (Jewish Concepts) for
both men and women.
Tuesday's 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Halacha and 8:30 to 10 p.m. Ad
vanced Gemorah classes are for
men. as is Wednesday's 7:30 to
8 30 p.m. Elementary Gemorah
class.
Bayur Tefilah (understanding
prayer) will be taught to both
men and women Thursdays from
7:30 to 8:30; the men's Advanced
Gemorah class will follow from
8:30 to 10 p.m.
On Shabbos the schedule calls
for Chumash (men) from 8 to 9
a.m.. Chumash (women) two
hours before Mincha and Taryag
Mitzvos and Hedrash one hour
before Mincha. There is also a
daily class in Mishna for one-half
hour after Shachris, and a class
in Halacha between Mincha and
Maariv.
Millie Sohl To Show Films
Of Trip Around The World
B'nai B'nt.i W-i.nen, Harmony
Chapter, Will meet Tuesday at 8
p.m., in the Jefferson National
Bank. 301 Arthur Godfrey Rd..
Miami Beach.
Millie Sahl will show movies
and colored slides of her trip
around the world. Friends arc
invited. Refreshments will be
served.
Joseph P. Zuckerman. lifelong
friend of Israel's Jate president.
Zalnian Shazar. was to review
his life and that of Zalman Ru-
bashovv. the idealist, at a special
meeting of the I.ebediker
Branch. Farba ndLabor Zionist
Alliance, Thursday at 8 p.m. in
the Washington Federal at 1234
Washington Ave., ^liami Beach
The program was to include
music by the Farband Zimrah
Chorus, Mordechai Yardeini and
composer Shmuel Fershko, Mem-
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Israelite Center To Install
Rabbi Solomon Waldeiibelg
Rabbi Solomon. H. Waldenberg
will be honored and officially in-
stalled as spiritual leader of the
Israelite Center Temple at a
brunch to be held at the temple
Sunday at 11 a.m.
Rabbi U'alaeni^etg was born in
Jerusalem. Israel, and is a fifth
generation Israeli. He studied at
the Jerusalem Yeshivoth and was
first ordained there. He was an
early activist in the groups pro-
tecting the Jews of Jerusalem
against the Arabs.
Rabbi Waldenberg continued
his secular education at New
York University School of Arts
and Sciences, where he received
his B.A. degree followed by an
M A. degree from the New York
University School of Education.
Rabbi Waldenberg graduated
from the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America and was
ordained a Rabbi with a Master
of Hebrew Literature degree in
1956. He then served as Rabbi in
Yonkers. NY., during which
period he also was director and
consultant of the Riverdale
Temp'e Schools.
Rabbi Waldenberg served as
Rabbi of the Jewish community
in Puerto Rico for five years be-
fore coming to Beth David Con-
gregation of Miami in 1973 where
he served as Associate Rabbi and
Educational Director.
Upon settling in Florida. Rabbi
Waldenberg was appointed as Av-
Bet Din by the Florida Southern
Region of the United Synagogue
of America. He is a member of
the Rabbinical Assembly of
America and a fellow of the Rab
binical National Bet-Din.
Rabbi Seymour Friedman, ex-
ecutive director of United Syna-
gogue of AmericaS.E. Region,
will install Rabbi Waldenberg.
Rabbi Charles Rubel of Temple
Beth Tov will give the invoca-
tion. Among the guests will be
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. executive
secuetary of the Rabbinical As-
sociation, and Rabbi Sol Landau
of Beth David Congregation.
Lewis Pomerantz will be mas-
ter of ceremonies; Chester Leiter
is president of the Israelite
Center Tempk\
Dr. Martin Greenberg To
Be Forte Forum Speaker
Dr. Martin Greenberg will
speak on "Current Israeli For-
eign Policy" at the Forte Forum
Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the audi-
torium at 1200 West Ave.. Miami
Beach.
Dr. Greenberg is chairman of
the International Relations Pro-
gram at Florida International
University. He is Associate Pro-
fessor of Political Science, and
the author of many books spe-
cializizng in the Middle East.
Max Lerner's Lecture Will Begin
Sunday Morning Coffee Forums
Temple Emanu-El of Miami
Beach continues its 35th anni-
versary' celebration Sunday with
the opening program of its Sun-
day Morning Coffee Forum Ser-
ies featuring author and colum-
nist Max Lerner.
Coffee and Danish will be
served at 10:30 a.m., with Dr.
Lerner's lecture slated for 11
a.m.
Dr. Lerner, whose column ap-
in-ars regularly in the Miami
Herald. Jewish Floridian and in
newspa[>ers across the nation
and around the world, has re-
ceived wide acclaim for such
books as "America As A Civili-
zation" and The Age of Over-
kill." Both have been consistent
bestsellers.
Professor of American Civili-
zation and World Politics at
Brandeis University. Dr. Lerner
won a year's grant from Ford
Foundation for study of Euro-
pean politics and economics
which hfliied him write his latest
MAX UINU
book.
Attorney Lawrence Schantz is
cahirman of the forum series
committee, and National Hotel
owner Murry Koretzky is co-
chairman. The Temple Emanu-
El Men's Club, headed by presi-
dent Charles Rosenblatt, is the
sponsor of the 33th anniversary-
series.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
(Conservative)
Announces the opening of
LATE FRIDAY EVENING SERVICES
8:30 P.M.
For the 1974-1975 Season
FSIDAY, NOVEMBER 8th
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
will preach on
AMERICA GOES TO THE POILS THE MORAL IMPUCATONS"
Cantor Zvi Adler Will Chant
Assisted by the Temple Choir
Under the direction of Shmuel Fershko
RABBI SOLOMON H. WALDlNBttG
Voters, Inc. To
Present Plaque
Voters Incorporated will have
an "open to the public" meeting
Tuesday at 7:30 P.m. in the audi
torium of the Washington Fed
eral. 1234 Washington Ave. Mi-
ami Beach. Harry Levy, presi
dent, will moderate the meeting.
Voters Inc.. will present a
plaque to the officers of Wash
ington Federal Savings and Loan
Association for permitting Vot-
ers Inc. and hundreds of civic,
literary and political organiza
tions to meet in the auditoriums
of the various branches of the
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Assn. rent free. Some of
these organizations could not ex-
ist were it not for the kindness
of the Washington Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Assn.
Metro Mayor Steve Clark. Mi
ami Mayor Maurice Ferre and
Miami Beach Mayor Harold Ros
en and members of the Miami
Beach Council will attend.
Richard E. Gerstein. State At
torney. and other celebrities will
appear as guest speakers.
Mrs. Weintraub
Chairs Tourney
The tournament committee for
Burdine's LPGA tournnianent
has named Barbara (Mr*.
Michael) Weintraub general
chairman for the 1975 Ladies
Professional Coif tournament to
be played at K"ndale Lakes. Jan
29 through Feb. 2
Mrs Weintraub, a resident of
Miami for the past 15 years, has
been active in many American
Cancer Society projects for the
past several years. In addition to
being a member of the Dadc
County Board of Directors, she
is also chairman of the Special
Events Committee.
An avid golfer, she has served
on the Doral-Eastern executive
committee.
Technion Women's Luncheon
Miami Beach Chapter.
American Technion Society Wo
men's Division, plans a "Make
A-Friend-A-Member" luncheon in
the Montmartre Hotel at noon
Thursday. Nov. 14. with prospec-
tive members planning to join as
Mrs. Belle Stein; Mrs. Nathan
I.eder is serving as chairman of
guests. President of the group is
the day.
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Hebrew Cultural Forum Meeting
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Leon Segal newly elected
pre.jd.nt of. the Hebrew Cul-
tural Forum Of Dade County
(The "Moadon") will preside at
the regular monthly meeting of
the forum Wednesday. Nov. 2J.
at 2 p.m. in the American BaiiK.
1200 Alton Rd, Miami Beach.
Speaker will be Abraham Git-
telson. a graduate of New Yort
University and the Jewish The-
ological Teachert Sen inary Of
New York who has bevn on the
Staff Of the Central Agency for
,leLsh Education nere for the
past three yean.
Mr Gittelson. speaking in He-
brew, will discuss "Russian Jew-
ry As I Saw It" and show slides
taken during his visit to Russia
last summer.
Rabbi A. Ben-Hillel will lec-
ture in Hebrew each Tuesday at
7 p.m. on the Book of EccJetias-
tes this season. Lectures are
held at 100 Lincoln Rd.
Ministerial Tennis
Tournament Monday
Registration is now being ac-
cepted from religious leaders and
choir directors of Greater Miami
housed of worship for a 2:15 p.m.
Ministerial Tennis Tournament,
Monday at the City of Miami's
Roberto Clemente Park. 101 X\V
34th St.
Church representatives can
enter the tournament free-of-
charge with trophies to the win-
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* Jen Isti Fkridliar
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Audrey Finkelstein Elected
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By Community Relations Board
Distinguished guests tfrom leit to right) Shepard Broad. Con-
gressman Claude Pepper, Judqe Leonard Rabinowitz and
Norman J. Kasser, president of the South Florida Chapter
at a luncheon on "Deferred Giving" held recently at the
American Savings and Loan Association.
Israel's Future Linked To
Technion, Rabinowitz Says
man J. (Cuter, president
of the Smith Florida Chapter <>t
erican Technion Society,
..- luncheon
. be d recently at
the American Savings and Loan
:i of Miami Beach, on
tel In-
stitut
Rabinowitz, Judge of
i cult Court, Haifa, Israel.
,i tiistii! group
of attorneys, accountants and
.si officers 'in the sub-
set, "Deferred Giving For Your
l ienti "
i :ular interest were his
comments about the Technion's
vital rule in tlie solving of fa-
rat 's technological problems and
her lew lopment as an emerging
nation as well as accomplish-
ments in Industrial management
and Medicine.
Judge Rabinowita tated that
Tii' of all persons engaged in
technolofdi a! activities in Israel,
at the management level, are
.' i chnion graduates.
"During the Y<>m Kippur
War he noted, "a new therapy
irns treatment was devel-
oped at the Rambam Medical
Facilit of the To, hnion w rrich
has i". olutionali; i d burns treat-
ment through the use of tech-
niques developed in the Agricul-
tural Department.
"The future of the state of
[i lei," lie added, "is tie! irre-
vocably to the i xistenci ol this
unique institution."
Shepani Broad, chairman of
the Board <>f the American Sav-
ings, reinforced Judge Rabino-
ivitz's presentation with a back-
ground statement on Technion.
Tlie meeting (minted up the fact
that endowments through the
form oi bequests form the back-
bone and life Mood to insure the
continuity oi Technion, as well
as other institutions of higher
learning In Israel.
The Dade County Community
Relations Board has elected
Audrey i Mrs. Charles II. i Finkel-
stein its chairperson. She suc-
ceeds Joseph Robbie, managing
partner of the Dolphins, who will
relinquish the office Nov. 15
when the CRB holds its animal
luncheon at the Dupont Plaza
Hotel.
Mrs Finkelstein. who joined
the CRB in 1970 and subsequent
ly became one of its vice chair-
pers ins, is .i noted scholar and
prominent civic leader of this
community. She came here 23
years ago from Savannah. Qa.,
. raduated from the University of
Miami Cum Laud.' and received
ttu University's Order of Merit
in 1971.
Among her civic honors are a
citation as Hade County's Woman
of the Year, the Equal Oppor
tunity Award of the Urban
League, the Br >therhood Award
of The National Conference of
Christians and Jews and the ad-
dition of her name to the News-
paper Permanent Hall of Fame
Over the years Mrs Finkeistin
has been president of The Great-
er Miami C hapter of The
Hebrew Culture Club To
Meet Sunday At Or Olom
The Hebrew Culture Cluh
sponsored by Mrs. Sarah Cohen.
Hebrew instructor, will meet
Sunday at 7:30 p.m. in Temple
t >r i Horn.
The purpose of the club is to
ai.i those interested in convers-
ing in Hebrew as spoken in Is-
lael at the present time. Isa-
belle Price, president, Nyman
Margolis, secretary, and Barry
Cleln, treasure:', will lead the
meeting, with English transla-
tions provided as it proceeds.
Visitors from all Jewish commu-
nities will lie welcomed.
AUDREY FlbKtLSTEIN
American Jewifh Committee, The
i i] Board Quality Educati <,i
Committee the Voluntary Action
Center, the Council for Continu-
ing Education of Women, the
Pro Tarn I ee of Chanm !
2. and Ihe CRB's monthly public
forum.
Mrs. Finki Isl in is no
nt of the Girl
s 'ut; c S.A.; a member of th?
Women's I don of the Uni-
versity ol M imi and president
of the Gold Coast American Wo-
men in Radio and Television.
P five yea;-.- Mrs Finkelstein
conducted an interview program
"Woman's View over Ch. 2 and
she is now conducting an inter-
\ i .'. program called "Straight
T;>lk" over station WLRN-FM.
The Flnkelsteins have two
children and three grandsons.

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Emanucl) Mintz from the Israel Bonds Organization at the
Oct. 31 Hadassah Bond-With-Israel luncheon are (from lei')
guest speaker Mrs. Laurel Weiner of Atlanta, former na-
tional Hadassah vice president; luncheon cochairman Mrs.
Jack Kat/man; Mrs. Mer.tz, who is prrsident of the Miami
Beach chep'er of Hadassah; and luncheon cochairman
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standing leadership in the Israel Bonds campaign.
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size jar of Instant Sanka* Hrand
Decaffeinated Toffee, Kree/.e-Dried
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or a 2" square from the plastic lid
ol a can of Ground Sanka* Hrand
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letter* on piece of plain p.ipoi,
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3. You may enter as often as you
wish, but each entry must be mailed
in a separate envelope.
4 All entries' must be postmarked
not later than midnight Dei ember
13, 1874 and re< rived not Inter than
D.-. ember -'0. 1974.
6. Trip is transferable but not re-
deemable for rash, and must be
redeemed within one vcar from the
date wmnei is annomv (d,
6. Winner of prize described al>ove
will be selected bv blindfold draw-
ing on Derembei 26, 1974 and
will be promptly notified by mail.
Transportation lo NVw York and
othei expenses not included
7 Sweepstakes is open to all resi-
dents of the I 'nited States ex< ept
Wiaconsin and employees <>f Gen-
eral FoodaCorporation its subsidi-
aries, advertising agencies, nulling
staff, and their families. Missouri
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8 Any li.ibihtv for federal, state.
and local taxes vmII Ih* the respon-
sibility of the winner.
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Friday, November 8, 137
b| Local Delegates Attending
I NCJW's Summit Conference
Brandeis Iniversity Launches New
Fumi-Raisioa Program At Meeting
Delegates Myra and Aaron
Farr, Sylvia and Jack Kupfer,
Mimi and Marvin Klein. Celil
and Tobias Rosow, and Shirley
a"' Arthur Sehrager, departed
for :- Sunday representing
the Greater Miami Section of the
National Council of Jewish Wo
men. They will attend the or-
ganization's Nov 6-13 Second
Summit Conference in Israel.
Over 150 delegates from across
the United States will participate
in :he Conference program high-
lighted by an address by Prime
Minis! 1 V i:/hak Rabin at a ban-
quet to be held in the 8
Other key speakers include Presi-
dtnt Ephraim Katzir, Minister of
Defensi Shimon Peres, Minister
Vnaron Yadlin, and
the noted and pro-
f<. :. Vadin.
One of the major events of the
Sumri .....ill Ds tne
monies of
in the newly-built
I on, on the Mt
ampus of the Hebrew
all m, which
\ J ,\ h In
. for Innovation in Educa
1
The Research Institute, estab-
li-h-ri by NC.1W in 1S68. is an
rese : 'h enter designed
, elop and evaluate new erhi
,: methods, materials and
educationally dis-
1 in order to speed
their intecration into Israel's
" Findines of the
! ate have already been
shared with educators in oth-r
if tho w rid. and are help-
ing thi- di the wo: Id.
Thi Conference will
focus on N'CJW's Israel pro-
in education, and will fea-
ture briefings by top-level '-gov-
ernment leaders and dialogues
with outstanding educator-. 3>
cial workers and volunteers,
Myra Farr. national vice pi
Eroil Miami Beach, cited as
one of the main reasons for at-
;n the NC.TYV Summit Con-
ference the "timely opportunity
to reaffirm Council's commit-
ment t- the people of Israel, and
:ii the process that
will help shape new programs to
Israel's critical educational
and social 1 < .!- "
In additi >n to il R( search
iti N'CJW h is, since 1947,
;rams
Over 200 Fellow-hip
- \ : e 1 1 a l< d for uradu-
tt dy in 1 and social
work in the United States with
mi now I Iead< r
positions in Israel's min-
i-trie-, municipalities and educa-
1 instituti "i-.
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brew University High School,
e past twenty-five years
Council Sections have sent thou
sands ol Ship-A-Box pack.. -
containing educational toys and
teaching materials to several
hundred institutions and schools.
The National Council of Jew-
'h Women, founded in 1893. is
the old< si m nor American Jew-
ish women's orsa!ii7ation. Its
MYRA fARR
100.000 member- in more than
200 communities are commit! I
to a broad program of commui
service, social and legislate 1
tion "and education here and in
1 rael.
Greater Miami Section, with a
membership ol 3.000. has
active in the community since
1918. and is cum nth
leadership of Judy M. Gilbert
n -dent.
A trustees, frt
ol Bran
,thered recentlj on I 1
university's campus in Waltham.
Mas, p em ra support
and .: lop strategj foi the urn
, new "Covenanl With the
fund raising pro-
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nstituencie

is, and National W
irei '- and a
Miami, a Fellow of
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"Covenant"' leadership
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1- designed to
million in 1974 75; S7 5 mi'.!
m 1P7576: $8.5 million in 19
77. and |9.5 million in '.177
1 m call for do
180 null; j
thai period
"The Co- -nant With the
lions" rests on 1 |
\'n rican Jewish c
thai ': > have
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central goal of their 1 |
1 hei il
George Kotin Chairman Of
Forte Towers-JNF Banquet
The Hon Jay Dermer, presi-
dent of the Jewish National Fund
of Greater Miami, and Dr. Irving
Lehrman. Foundation chairman,
announced the selection of
e Kotin as chairman of the
annual Forte TowirsJNF Ban-
quet, which will take place Sun-
day Nov. 24. at 6:30 p.m.. in the
Fontaineblcau Hotel. It is
through the efforts of Mr. Kotin
that the Pacesetters for the Me
Ami Development Plan will con-
tinue their work for building up
Me Ami. our JNF sister city in
Israel.
Mr. and Mrs. Kotin invited the
Pacesetters to a recent cocktail
party in their home, where Varda
and Mo-he Ihler. leaders of Me
Ami. explained the needs of Me
Ami and the role it plays in to-
day's tense situation on the Jor-
danian bord r,
Also attending the party were
Judge Zev W. Kogan, Southern
Region president, who sDoke on
the situ ition in the Middle Bast,
and stressed Me Ami's important
role in the future; and Cantor
Saul II. Breeh, chairman of lli-
Rise Activities. Mr. Kotin was
highly praised for his efforts on
If of Me Ami.
Gue-t speaker al the forthcom-
ianquet will be Rabbi Elliot
J, Winograd, spiritual leader <>/
Temple Beth Raphael,
Rabbi Winograd has just re-
turned from Israel, where he vis-
ited the Governor Vskev Forest
and was shown at first hand, the
accomplishments of the >>
National Fund He will git
personal report in his recent
I and the role of the Jewish
National Fund plays in the over
all strategy on the borders of Is-
rael,
Kay Kramer, famous soprano.
will be guesl artist; she
mpanied by Maestro Shmuel
iko Li Wegman and his
orchestra will provide the musii
fo r I h e dancing and entertain
ment,
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vJenlsti ncriimr
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Rosalie Pincus... One Of
i
The New Breed Of Leaders
BY ISABEL GROVE
Rosalie (Mrs Theodore) Pin-
cu-. young, bright, pretty, now
serving as president of the Ml
S Medical I enti r Auxil
I .. the ad nirable new
of women leaders coining to ilu'
i in everj throughout the
i .! SI ites
The mother of two little girls,
Rosalie believes thai it is pos
sible to plan > full life with one's
ly and additional, extensive
activities on the Outside. Her
credo: "Fulfillment and strength
from touching other human be-
Things happen on the out
side which would not happen if
one *tayi il home "
The 2.700 member Auxiliary
which Rosalie heads Is the en
[ce org inization that pro\ des I
_' various areas oi h i
work It includes men. w
and teenagers.
The Auxiliary's ongoing Schol-
) Award Program pr ^ ides
grants to employees who are in-
tent on advancing t h: r i
ikilb and careen Funds
fo ndigenl out-patient are also
administered by the Aux
whose memb irahip man
hot ital's ift shoo, mi ic i bar
and parking facilities,
In a recent kick off cere
>moratin i the
25th anni of th Mi
C Mr !'in.;i- '.mi-,!
e of Si': million to the
D. \ if of
the \ i membersh pi it
Rosj I tarted at Mt i i not
too many : ax ago 83 a volun-
teer in the -nark !>nr an i il
emergency room, "it was ;.
of love," she says. Recognizing
mutual worth, she was elected as
an Auxiliary vice president in
1970 and prcxy this Sprifl
It was a circuitous route that
brought Ho alls to Mt. Sinai.
Daughter of I >' ind Mrs. Dud-
ley Brodie, now of Miami "
she was horn in Denver, Ce
but because of her father's \.....>
er travelled to man) |
in the United States, Germany,
Chir.a and Japan.
she ;raduati d from a M ml
High School. Mary Wash
l e in Fredericksbui t, Va .
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and earned a B.A. degree in
English here in Rollins. College,
She has given a lull edu<
.miM's to service men, taught
here for sevi n
years, and i- verj proud of her
only "professional" job, teaching
Sunday Sch<
where she has been on the
fi r four
Two ke> irds ;:i isa e'a
il ion are "multi I
and lensional She is
i r i ir know ledge in is
rent areas i in
For that ri i H>n, she holds mem-
bership in such diverse i ins
as The League f Women V >1 rs
and in Prelude of the Wo
Guild of th" Philharmonic. Stim-
ulated by Prelude programs
Diane s). and La in,
7. are now studying the
BJ1 i this season are atten king the
Philharmonic concert-
Theodore Pincus, a displaced
New Yorker whom Rosalie met
and married here, took an im
tent part in discussions lead-
ing up to her acceptance of the
Vuxiliary presidency.
Her family is supportive, co-
itive and understanding of
. ne she devotes to the proj-
ect and "'! couldn't do it without
them.'" she saj Theodore j tins
her occasionally for evening ac-
. bul most ol the time he
\i content "to let me do mj o vn
,.-i as he i iket his."
rtheli -- him a
great deal <>f the credit for "any
sine-- i may have." as she puts
it.
"Volunteer work is a
experience." according lo Rosa-
lie, "a different facel of li
a chance at reevaluation. Thcro
j. no question that more and
more women are r nding up to
be com ted now Thej are being
taken more seriously and are be-
ginning to reco ni their own
worth
The 'new woman.' whoe con-
tributions to the betterment of
her community through volun-
teer work had been taken for
granted, is now being sought out.
praied aooreciated.
"But it is Important." Rosalie
f( els, "to enjoy volunteer work
or anything to winch you devote
your time. Only under those cir-
cumstances can fulfillment be
gained
"Ferso! ally, I am gi al-orient-
ed." says Rosalie, "and it is my
onviction 11 ne s.iould
make a contribution to the com-
munit) in which she or hs lives"
How does sh jug [le the needs
ot her family, her personal life
and the demands of her job?
She is '.cry orderly. "I use
lists, calendars, a date book and
of course the tel -phone to avoid
collisions." s'ie smiles.
She is very proud of the of-
ficers, chairmen and member- of
the Auxiliary "who serve as pub-
lie relations people for the hos-
pital and because of their in-
terests and discussions promote
health care in general."
She hopes, during her term of
office "to continue to make the
Auxiliary a worthy adjunct to
the Medical Center, now the larg-
est in the Southeast, by maturing
and growing alongside it."
When her presidency is over,
how will she us" the immense
knowledge and experience she
has accumulated? .
She has several alternatives:
"I may devote more time to
other organizations whose aims
interest m, I may go back to
school for an advanced degree,
and yes, 1 may even try politics,"
To whatever area attractive,
sincere, articulate Mrs Theodore
Pincus chooses to turn her con-
siderable talents, she will be a
notab'e asset lust as she is to the
Mount Sinai Medical Center
Auxiliary.
"The House on Chelouche Street," Academy Award nomi-
nee for 1974 as Best Foreign Film is one of six Israeli-mad3
motion pictures now available for Jewish orqenization pro-
gramming needs in the "Israeli Film Festival." 'Chelouche"
is sst in 1946 Palestine, under the British mandate, and
stars Gila Almagor. It was written and directed by Moshe
Mizrahi ("I Love You, Rosa"). Backing up the films is a
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Judge Friedman
To Be Installed
Circuit Court Judge Milton A.
Friedman will b<> leaving Satur-
day for Israel to attend the B'nai
B'rith Triennial Convention,
where he will be installed as a
member of th" International
Board of Governors.
Judge Friedman, along with
other B'nai B'rith leaders will
have special arm) escorted I >urs
and private meetings with <; n
i ,! Avraham Orly, Commander
o| the Ga; s Sti ip; General Shlo-
mo C.a/it. the new Chief of Is-
raeli military intelligence; Arik
Sharon, the leader of the opposi-
tion Likud coalition In the Knes-
gel and Uw general who led the
Israeli troops ucross the Soft
Canal during the Yom Kippur
War; Aharon Yariv, the Minis-
ter of Information; Vit, hak Na-
von Chan man of th. Knesset
senility mommittee and dinner
with the President.
.lodge Friedman has served as
Past District 5 Grand Lodge
president of B'nai B'rith and for
six years each as Ann Defama
tion League Commissioner and
B'nai B'rith Youth Commis-
sioner.
Janet Chusmir To Receive Award
At Nov. 21 Patron's Guild Event
Janet Chusmir, Miami Herald
feature writer and columnist,
v. ll be il)-- sp 'cial guest of the
G eater Miami Women's Divi
sion. American Friends of the
Hebrew University, at the annual
Patron's Guild Membership
Luncheon.
The announcement was made
by Mrs. Leon Kronish, president
of the Greater Miami Women'.- |
Division, who added that the an-
nual event will take place in the
Eden Roc Hotel Thursday, No.
21, at noon.
Janet Chusmir will be pre-
sented the Patron's Guild Award
for Excellence in Journalism.
having helped advance the stand-
ards of her profession and the
well being of the community.
According to the chairman of
the day, Mrs Jack Katzman, the
program will also include Consul
Victory Unit Card Party
Victory Cancer Unit will hold
a card partj ir- the Washing) in
Federal. 833 NE 167th St Wed-
nesday at 1- 30 p.m. Coffee and
cake will be served.
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*Jenist fhrktiar
Rosemary's Thvme
Bv ROSEMARY FIRMAN
Histadrut
Women's
------------ Brunch
Where my mother lives in
Surfsidc. there are two lovely
shopping centers On Miami
Beach tfiere is the 41st Shopping
Center, with its famous land
mark. ShopRite. and of course
Lincoln Koad which still has
Sak*. In Coral Gables, there is
Miracle Mile; in South Miami.
Sunset Drive, home of Lanes and
Al Boas, the scholar of the suit
set. Where 1 live, there's an
A&P .
For years, w'aere I lived, there
was only an A&P and although
it was dirty and deserted, com-
pared to the rest of the stores in
its shopping center. A&P was the
jewel in SW 124th Str-"?
crown. Nothing could make a go
of it on 124th street .
Anita Weiss once had a knit-
ting shop there, and .t was fun
to visit and chat, but one diy it
was eone and in its place a Wick
and Weed store. Or something as
confusing as thata store with
candles and gardening supplies
or candles and ribbons a com
bina:iun that I always suspected
was left over from two other de-
fund stores.
A Canine ("harm School came
and went: a jewelry shop stay I
briefly; a shoemaker hippie slept
in the back of his store and oc-
casionally opened for business.
The one other shop beside the
A*P tiat onned and remained
onen during that low period was
Al's Newsstand .
To this day. he has a thriving
business, although his hours are
strange, and there's a fat man
who is always outside the st^re
and is obviously suburbia's own
bookie .
The local drug store is sweet.
It can be counted on for sup-
plies of discontinued cosmetics
and drugs. Its owner is senile .
There was also a delicatessen
for a while and my co-religion-
ists and I rejoiced. At last, an
answer to Sam and Carls. But it
was a disaster, the chopliver had
mayonnaise .
But then a fairly good bakery
went into our 124th Street Shop-
ping Center. Not great, but the
babka and ehallah were quite
good Next. Iris Raderman and
Sue Levin opened "Tennis Any-
one." in the back of a discount
store called "Apple Annies." At
that time, "Apple Annies" was
fun, but not much above the
level of A&P. That story has
chanaed: more on that later .
"Tennis Anyone." however,
had possibilities, and when Iris
and Sue moved into the old
jewelry shoo, the center took on
a slightly classier look. At least.
woir.n in white who dared not
soil the-r clothes in the aisles on
WEO. drove in to see the tennis
wear. It has since taken over the
dog store .
Next. I heard that Barbara and
tarry Zarsky had fixed up "Ap-
ple Annies." and it was no longer
discount, and they even carried
Frank Olivier shirts. If you do
not know what Frank Olivier
.-hiit^ arc. you do not belong in
the newly nosh 124th Street
Shopping Center. Nor in "Apple
Annies."' which is filled with
lovely antiques, stained glass.
greenery and smashing clothes
Suddenly, we have in our
midst the beginnings of a bou-
tique row. Right in my backyard.
To think th3t A&P and I lived
to see this day.
tr tr tr
It's no secret that a good vol-
unteer job often leads to the real
thing: paid labor. Two girls who
come to mind are Shirley Trim
and Brenda Shapiro .
Shirley was a volunteer at
Federation for years, then
switched to Switchboard, a social
service agency, and was offered
a job. She now is in charge of
volunteer training .
Brenda Shapiro is now a paid
professional of American Jewish
Committee, an agency in which
she and her husband. Bob, were
always active .
Yo Mill.'r put her natural so-
ciability to work at Casey Cous-
in's Real Estate Office .
I inda Bikkman. everybody's
favorite volunteer, is going to be
E'aine Bloom's administrative
aijf Linda will be traveling to
lassee with EUlue and run-
ning the state representative's
office here
The Chai annual luncheon for
th.- Junior auxiliary of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged will be
h-.ld on Tuesday. Pec. IT. at the
Eden Roc. Helen Rechtshaeffer
pre-ident of the organization, is
by the way also a very adept
businesswoman .
For the record, it is Bob
Oranksy, not Mike Oransky who
is teaching at the Irwin Potash
tennis court. And. it was Daniel
Shapiro who got Bar Mitzvahed,
not his younger Drother. Johnny.
Sorry.
Yiddish Culture Wincle
Miriam Gingold will preside at
the second Yiddish Culture
Wincle Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. in
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute.
7801 Carlyle Ave. The program
will feature "The History of Yid-
dish Culture.' by Rabbi Eliezer
Goldberger, a recitation of Yid-
dish classical poems bv Sam
Nashkin and 3 potpourri of Yid-
dish folksongs by Nina Diamond.
Singles Sponsoring Dance
The Young Professionals &
Professionals II are cosDonsoring
a dance featuring two live bands
in the Mi Rinconcito Room of the
Parkway Inn. 777 Curtiss Pkwy ,
Miami Springs, Sunday at 8 p.m.
Special Veterans Service
Rabbi Charles Rub~l will recite
the prayers at a special Veterans'
Day service in Open Space
Park. West Miami. Sunday at
9:30 a.m. The nublic is invited;
refreshments will be served.
City Of Nope Luncheon Set
Miami Beach Chapter. City of
Hope plans a membershiD lunch-
eon in the Tarl-non Hotel at
nocn Sunday. Nov. 17; members
and guests should contact Doro-
ihv Amhowitz for reservations.
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The annual Membership
Brunch of the Women's Council
of Histadrut will be held
Wednesday noon at the Barce-
lona Hotel. Women's Council
president Mildred Sahl announc-
ed.
"The Living Wall," a film that
deais with the role of the His-
tadrut in Israel and features the
famed Zadikoff Children's Chorus
will be shown.
Those interested in joining
the Council are invited as guests
to Wednesday's luncheon. They
are invited to call Mildred Sahl
at 531-6323 for reservations.
During a recent visit to At-
lanta, Israeli Minister to the
United States Mordechai Shalev
congratulated Mrs. Sahl an.l the
council on their dedication and
effort on behalf of the Hista-
drut Scholarship Fund for un-
derprivileged children in Israel.
Since 1957 this fund has pro-
vided over 50.000 scholarships to
needy children of all denomina-
tions m Israel and the South
Florida Women's Council has
plave.i a leading role in its be-
half.
Mizrachi Women s
Chapters Will
Meet Next Week
Vered Chapter. American Miz-
rachi Women, will meet at the
home of Donna Gottlieb. 930 NE
177th St. at 8:15 p.m. Monday,
according to the president. Judi
Bidnick.
tr -tr tx
Miami Beach Chapter presi-
dent Rachel Laufer Kate an-
nounces a regular meeting Tues-
day at 1 p.m. on the second floor
of the Washington Federal Bldg..
1234 Washington Ave.
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Shalom Chapter will convene
Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the card
room of 100 Lincoln Rd. Rea
Krieger is president. .
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Numerology is the subject to
be discussed by Rabbi Phineas
Weberman at the Geula Chapter
meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m. at
Beth Israel Congregation. Freda
Oster is president.
tr tr
"Michel, Michel," on the best
seller booklist, will be reviewed
by Lana Goldberg at the Shalvah
Chapter meeting Wednesday at
8:30 p.m. in the home of Margie
Retter, 3172 N. Bay Rd. There
will also be a book sale. Roslyn
Paul is president.
tr tr tr
Lillian Chabner, president of
Hadar Chapter has scheduled a
card party at Byron Hall, 401
69th St., Thursday. Nov. 14. at 1
p.m. Mollie Schwartz is chairper-
son.
tr tr tr
Aviva Chapter president Fanny
April anaounces a "Song-Fest
Luncheon" at the home of the
vice president, Mrs. Isaac Em-
mer. 100 SW 30th Rd.. Wednes-
day noon. Regular meeting at 1
p.m, Nov. is ai First Federal,
2750 SW Coral Way.
Poetry Depicted On Screen
William Tuohv will present a
novel program of poetrywords
and visionon the screen Tues-
day at 7 p.m. during the month-
ly art forum sponsored by the
Miami Beach Art Club. Inc., in
the Rotunda Room of the Mi-
ami Beach Public Library, 2100
Collins Ave. The forum meets
the second Tuesday of each
I month.
Friday, November 8, 1974
Merwitzer, Habif Auctioneers At
Hebrew Academy Women's Sale
of the Greater Miami campaigns
for State of Israel Bonds and
the Israel Emergency Fund.
" ,.,if, a Hebrew Academy
,:i and member of the boa i,
[a a leader of the Cuban Jewish
community who headed this
year's highly ucceaiful
Bend; drive among Cuban He-
brews.
Miami Beach civic and reli-
gious leaders Charles (Chuck)
Merwitaer and Moreno Habif
will serve as auctioneers Sun lay
as the Hebrew Academy Women
hold their annual auction and
white elephant sale.
The event, which also will in-
stall charter members Of the
"Etz Chaim" plaque designed by
Israeli artist Raphaely. is sched-
uled for 3 p.m. on the grounds
of the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy. 2400 Pine Tree Dr.
Admission is free and open to
the general public, with Lsraeli
and American food available for
sale and for family picnicking
on the school grounds.
Merwitzer. a member of the
Hebrew Academy executive com-
mittee and son of a past presi-
dent, has been in the forefront
Mrs. Irving Firtel a past pres-
ident and honorary life president
of the Hebrew Academy Women,
is general chairman of Sunday's
activities. Mrs. Ix-onard Adler is
piesident of the organization
which supports scholarship acti-
vities of the Miami Beaen
school.
Rabbi Alexander S. Qress,
principal, will be the only
speaker.
Scholarship Fund Will Benefit
Women's League For Israel.
I.incoln-Roney Miami Beach
Chapter, will have a card party
and luncheon at noon Thursday.
Paul Taylor Dance Co. To
Open Season For League
Now In its 34th year, the Mi-
ami Beach Music and Arts
League will present a sei let i 'i
eight diversifii d pi >i i ams this
season, ranging from opera and
ballet to solo instrumentalists
and vocalists.
The .season will open Nov. 24
with a performance by New
York's ;.i i Paul Taylor
Dance Co. in the Miami Beach
Auditorium. Two classic operas,
"Cavalleria Rusticana" and "I
Pagliacci." are scheduled for
Dec. 29. All programs begin at
8:15 p.m. Regular membership
and donor season tickets are
available: the League's offices
are located at 8701 Collins Ave..
Miami Beach.
United Way Awards Meeting
Over 200 companies who have
excelled in supporting the 1974
I'nited Way Campaign were to
Ik- honored at 5:00 p.m. Thurs-
day at the United Way annual
Standard of Excellence awards
meeting in the Pan American
Room of the Sheraton Four Am-
bassadors.
Nov. 14. in the 100 Lincoln Roa-l
Club Room.
Entire proceeds of the lunch
eon will go to the Israeli Scholar
ship Fund, making it possible for
students who survived the Yom
Kippur War to continue the
education
it is most important t h a .
these young Deople get a fair
chance for themselves and for
Israel," said Frances Resnick
president of the Chanter.
The rublic is invited; brm;
\, in own tard;.
Dermatologist Lecturing
On Psoriasis Research
Lester Friedman, pre-; !"
the South Florida Division of
the National Psoriasis Pol I I
tion. announced that the first in
the Division's fifth annual series
of free public service educational
lectures will take place Monday
at 8 p.m. in the Home Federal
auditorium. 2100 E. Italian li
Beach Blvd.. Hallandale (oppo-
site Diplomat Mall).
Guest lecturer will be Rieha! I
S. Greene. M.D. prominent Hal-
landale physician and Clinical
Instructor of Dermatology at
the University of Miami School
<>f Medicine. "Current Advances
in Psoriasis Research" will be his
topic: a question answer session
will follow
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Selecting art for ORT Art Auction are (from left) Mrs. Joan
Rafelove, Art Auction chairman; Jerry Felton, auctioneer,
and Mrs. Sylvia Einhorn, chairman of the Bazaar and over-
all chairman.
'It's An ORT Workf Bazaar
And Art Auction Nov. 11-14
Mr-- Sylvia Einhorn. Bazaar
iirma*l -ind Mr* Joan Rafa-
chairman, have finalized
plani for the Southeastern
? r ida Region. Women's
\......i-in oitT (Organization for
Rehabilitation through Training)
: an ORT World Bazaar and
v;: Uon to be held at Bay-
[ ii: Park Auditorium next
. iek
T le Art Auction will he
. Mord I) at 8 p.m. and tT kick iff
festivities, a "gal
party will be hell during
pn viewing from 7 to 8 pm
public is invited at no
charge.
The Bazaar will run Tuesday,
through Thursday Nov. 14. from
1) j m to 10 p.m.
Art Auction, conducted by
Mr Jerry Felton of Decorators'
lice Art Gallery, will feature
fine works by well known artists
in all mediums, and will be pric-
e to fit everyone".* pocket.
The bazaar boothe will be deeo-
rj'.d in accordance with the
home "It's an ORT World." de-
picting the many countries in
which ORT maintains vocational
tl lining schools and installations.
The chaoters participating will
have their booths judged by a
well known TV personality.
Shoppers at the Bazaar will
have the opportunity to make
their selections from handmade
knits, childrens' clothing, gift
items, antiques, fabrics Bring
the children there is some-
thing for them. too.
ORT. the vocational training
program o f t h e Jewish people.
, since its establishment more than
nine decades ago. has helped to
train more than a million people.
The program has assisted in re-
training and rehabilitating t h e
underprivileged Jews in Israel
and in the Diaspora.
ORT has been guided by the
belief that we aid man best, not
by charity, but by helping man
to help h'm-elf
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Kndall Chanter of Women's
.\;i-ruan OUT will hoM a "C
leb-ity Auction" Wednesday at
8:19 p.m. in the- Jefferson Na-
tonal Bank, 9600 N Kendall Dr.
Chairman is Mrs. Barry Singer.
Items to be auctioned off were
donated by famous nrt>r>. come-
dians and politicians, The public
i^ invited Refreshments will be
served.
Cr
Treasure Isle Chapter will hold
ei.il meeting Tuesday noon
in the Washington Federal. 1133
Normandy Dr R.mald Petty from
the Citizen's Information Center
will lecture. Refreshments will
be served.
\!..i!iii Business and Profes-
sional Chapter will hold its regu-
lar meeting in the Hospi'ahty
Room of the American Savings
Bank. 1200 Lincoln Rd., Thurs-
day, Nov. 14, at 7:45 p.m. A Tup
pcrware party will follow the
meeting The public is invited.
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Piano Recital
At Beth Sholom
Temple Beth Sholom s Great
Artists Series will present its
second program of the season
with a piano recital by pianist
Alexis Weisscnberg Wednesday
at 8 30 p.m. at the temple. 4144
Chase Ave.. Miami Beach
The name of Alexis Weissen-
berg is well known in Miami
from his past appearances with
leading orchestras. But Nov. 13
marks the first solo recital in
Miami by this powerful and
masterful keyboard artist.
The Bulgarian born virtuoso
was brought up in Israel and also
trained in the United States. He
has performed with the leading
orchestras of the world and his
color film of the Tchaikovsky B-
Flat Minor Concerto with von
K a r a j a n made international
Wednesday evening, "ec. 11,
will mark the appearance of
pianist Eugene Istomin. Isaac
Stern, violinist, and Leonard
Rose, cellist, as part of this
series.
A J Congress To
Feature Film
Out Of Bondage'
Brandeis Chapter, American
Jewish Congress, in cooperation
with Temple B'nal /.ion. will have
a spi'cial meeting Tuesday at
8 ') p.m. in the auditorium <'f
Win ton Tower 200. 251 174th
St., .Miami Beach.
The program will feature an
exciting premiere showing of the
film "Out of Bondage." a story
of the past, present and future
of Russian Jews narrated by
world renowned Theodore Bikel.
The film will also be featured
by the North Dade Regional
Council. (Skylake-Stcphen Wise-
and Mar Len members i at the
monthly meeting Thursday, Nov.
14. at 12:30 p.m. in the Zodiac
Room of the First Federal Sav-
ings & Loan. 18301 Biscayne
Blvd., North Miami Beach.
Justine Chapter. Florida Wom-
en's Division. American Jewish
Congress, will hold its paid-up
membership luncheon at noon
Thursday, Nov. 14, at "Plazs
I," 800 West Ave.. Miami
Bi ach.
In oKervance of the Jewish
Book Month, the program will
feature "Draw From The Well"
a dramatic presentation from
the works of Mendele Mocher
Sforim, Sholom Aleichem and
Isaac Lelb Perots.
Participants for the meeting
will be Mark and Dora Meisel.
Evelyn Oreenberg. Bea Morsel,
Helen Jolt, (leit Ehrenpreis and
Sylvia Kaplan.
All paid up meml ers, and
those who wish to pay dues at
the door are invited.
Lorber Chapter To Hear
Ch. 4 Newscaster Tuesday
The Lorber Chapter of the
Children's Asthma Research In-
stitute and Hospital, more re-
cently known as the National
Asthma Center in Denver, will
hold its regular monthly meeting
at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday in the El
Conquistador Restaurant The
speaker will be WTVJ's Bob Hal
loran, popular newscaster from
Chi 4. who will talk about
"Football."
Anyone interested in joining
the organization and working for
the asthmatic cause may make
reservations by calling Mrs. Mor-
ton Goldenblank or Mrs. Leonard
Rappaport.
Heller Featured Speaker
Dade County attorney Daniel
Neal Heller will be the featured
sjieaker for the annual meeting
of the Government Section
which is scheduled Tuesday at
the Americana Hotel during the
national conference of the Pub-
lic Relations Society of America.
Membership in the Society's
Government Section is restricted
to those serving as communica-
tions s[>ecialists in federal, state,
county and local governments
throughout the nation.
Mrs. Stone To Choir Mizrnchfs
Bond-With-Israel Dinner Nov. 17
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serve as chairman of the
American Mizrachi Women Bond
With-Israel dinner at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel Sunday. Nov.
17. Milton M. Parson, executive
director of the Greater Miami Is
rael Bond Organization, has an-
nounced.
Jeanne (Mrs. Alfred) Finkel
stein. Florida Council president
of American Mizrachi Women
will be honored at the Israel
Bonds dinner. She is to receive
the Woman i( Valor award.
Mrs. Stone is national vice
president o f t h e American Miz-
rachi Women and is former co-
ordinator of the Florida Council.
A board member of the Temple
Emanu-El Sisterhood, she was
one of the first presidents of the
Lichtenfeld To
Be Technion's
Guest Speaker
Miami-Coral Gables Chapter.
Women's Division of the
American Society of Technion
will meet Fri.
at 9:30 am
in t h e First
Federal Sav-
ings & Loan
Bldg.. 27 5 0
Coral Way.
Norman S.
L i c htenfeld.
who has h i s
M.S. degree
i n Bio med-
ical Engi-
neering a t
t h e Univer-
sity of Miami and on a full re-
search assistantship, will be the
principal speaker.
Mr. Lichtenfeld volunteered
(non combatant) to go to Israel
and arrived Oet. 23; three days
before the ceasefire. He was se.nt
to a kibbutz on the western coast
near the Lebanese border where
he worked in a factory as a heavy
machine operator for seven
months. He returned to Miami in
July and was reinstated at the
University of Miami.
Ethel Sernaker is chairman of
the day. President of the Chapter
is Ellen Baum. All members and
friends are urged to attend; the
public ;s also invited.
Technion-Institute of Technol-1
ogy is the o n 1 y technological
University in Israel. The local
Women's Division works to pro-
vide scholarships for needy
students.
Vormon lichtenfeld
MKS. ALFRED STONf
Hebrew Academy Women.
Mrs. Stone, who organized and
was chairman of a study group
on Jewish culture and history for
the National Council of Jewish
Women, is active in the Friend-
ly Victor Program at the South
Beach Activity Center and works
with the Jewish Culture Group
at Four Freedoms Convalescent
Home.
Mrs Stone is the mother of
four sons, th> eldest of whom is
Richard (Dick) Stone, former
Florida secretary of state who
was the Democratic candidate
and wa elected to the U.S. Sen-
ate in Tuesday's election.
The fifteen chapter presidents
of the Florida Council of
American Mizrachi Women will
a'so be honored at the Israel
Bonds dinner They will receive
the State of Israel Scroll of Hon-
or ip recognition of their out-
standing leadership and active
participation in advancing Is-
rael's progress and welfare
through the Israel Bonds pro-
gram. ___^________
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Ave., Tuesday at 10 a.m. George
Gwin of the Florida Department
of Agriculture will give a slide
presentation on the ravages of
lethal ye.lawing disease and dis-
cuss problems created by the
African snail and fruit fly.
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Shalvah Chapter of American Mizrachi Women plans a
"Games Nite" in the Tower Forty-One card room Saturday
at 8:30 p.m. Pictured left to right are committee members
Mrs. Norman Ciment, cochairman; Mrs. Sam Weiss, Mis.
Gerald Ness, chairman of the event, and Mrs. Alex Paul,
president of Shalvah Chapter.
Gittelson To Explain New
Education Methods Nov. 26
One of South Florida's re-
spected authorities in the field
of Jewish education. Abraham J.
Gittelson, will present the dis-
cussion "Humanizing Jewish Kd
ucation" ;n Federation Tuesday.
Nov. 26 in the Deauville Hotel,
Federation Tuesday is the most
important community education
day <( th year sponsored by the
Grvater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Women's Division. Jewish
women from all o l- lorida are encouraged to re-
serve now for this event.
Participation In a morning
seminar, luncheon and a guest
appearance by David Susskind
are ;:'! included in the admission
fee. Further information may be
obts ned from the Federation's
Women's Division in the Federa-
tion Bldg.
Gittelson's seminar on 'Hu-
manizing Jewish Education" will
be just one of four simultaneous
discussions taking place on Fed-
eration'Tuesday morning. At the
same time Fred Hirt, Dr Charles
Beber and Dr. Jack Skigen (all
leading geriatrics experts) will
present "The Beauty of Aging."
Another feature will be "Rais-
ing Resnonsible Jewish \dulis"
presented by Parent Effective-
nets Training instructor Lucy Es-
tnn. And nationally-known an-
New Staff Added
To Yeshiva Day
School Faculty
Yeshiva Day School, the only
Torah Umesorah School in N irth
Dndc. serving th. North Dade
and South Broward Oommuni-
l es, ha two new additions to its
fai
Dr. Stanley Selig. a member of
the Vmerican Psychological As-
soi iation, will specialize in child
m, e and will develop ;i sys-
tem of testing for establishing
the Quality and caliber of the
curriculum and student body. He
will also be available for counsel-
ing
Dr. Selig, who formerly was on
the staff of Henry Ford Com-
munity College in Detroit, ob-
tained his Doctorate in Ps-cho-
logical Education from Wayne
State University. He also has con-
siderable experience in elemen-
tary psychological education in
the Public and Jewish Day
School systems.
Maurice Mehlman. former as-
sistant superintendent of schools
for the city of New York, will
In' in charge of establishing secu-
lar education program.
Mr. Mehlman comes to Yeshiva
Day School with 45 years of edu-
cational experience, ranging from
a teacher and nrincinal to as-
sistant Superintendent of Schools
in New York City, He obi lined
his degrees in the field of edu-
tion from New York University
ard City College of New York.
M Mehlman, who will coor-
dinate the secular curriculum to
each individual student, currenl
Ij is on a committee to the
Board of Education on Jewish
History in the school systems.
ABRAHAM GITTELSON
thority Dr Irving Greenberg will
speak on Jewish sexuality and
family relations.
Women who reserve now will
have their choice of any one of
these four seminars. All those
who attend Federation Tuesday
will have the added pleasure of
luncheon with one of America's
most distinguished television
producers and personalities.
David Susskind.
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Beth Shalom's
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Temple Beth Sholom's Adult
Education program for 1974-75
hai been announced by Dr. I .eon
Kronish, the temple's spiritual
leader.
In addition to the ongoing He-
l rew Ulpan classes taking place
weekday mornings and evenings,
as well as a course in English
for Russian emigres, the follow-
ing courses are i>oine offered:
Tuesday mornings, Rabbi Kro-
nish will teach a class on the
Bible and Rabbi Harry Jolt.
Auxiliary Rabbi <>f Beth Sholom,
will gis/e a course on The Won-
derful World of the Talmud."
sday evenings, Rabbi Jolt
will teach 'The Book ol Job"
and Eileen Ruzann will offer a
course on American-Jewish fic-
tion.
Wednesday evenings, Professor
J. Wolfe of the University of
Miami, will discuss "Crucial Is-
a ies in the Life of American
Jews" and Thursdays at a "Brown
Paper Bag Luncheon" session.
Dr. Carl Gussin coordinator of
.'duration at Beth Sholom, will
discuss Current Jewish Events."
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Mrs. Aaron Fair will head a
special seminar on the Mid-East
tor leaders of Miami s J e w I sh
community at too p.m. Thurs-
day, Dec. 5. ai Temple Israel. 13l
v: i9th st i'li special event is
ored by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Community
Relations Committee.
Keynote speaker al the Semi-
car will be I. I "Si Kenen.
chairman of the American-Israel
,- Affairs O mmitti e and
Editor of the "Near East Re-
port."
Mr. Kenen will discuss "Wash
ington: The Critical Front." and
lead group discussions and work-
shops on issues which are vital to
Israel and Judaism. The aim of
this special event is to develop a
framework for ongoing and uni-
fied support for Israel among
Dade County's Jewish leaders.
Mrs Farr is currently the vie I
chairman of the Federation's
Community Relations Committee,
chairman of the Tay-Sachs Dis-
ease Testing Program and a
member of the Federation's
Women's Division Miami Beach
area board.
Active in Dade County's civic
affairs for nearly two decades,
Mrs, Fair has held such oft
as president of the Jewish Wo
men's Organizations of Dade an 1
R r o t r d Counties; campaign
chairman of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Women's
Division, as well as memberships
on the Federation's executive
board and board of governors.
Nationally, Mrs Farr is vice
president of the National Coun-
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Friday, November 8. 1974
+Jeisti FhridHan
Pcge 11-B
an MibpxUt
PAUL I.KVIN
Mill services Saturday,
Nov. 9, it I>f'!'. Torah Congrega-
tion will Includa the Bar Mitzvah
Pa ii. ton oi Ms. Sherry a.
i in.
Ii member of the
lass t Urth Torah'i Har-
I Wolk Rriijrjo is Sc Imo] i
ids John !" Kennedy Junior
h School, when he la in the
I[e I-; a member of
Junior S i!es Clul >l A
, volunteer worker for the
fund aising commit tee ol the
Asthmatic Foundation and was
the volunte is collecting
: nds for the victims <>f the
ras and Managua tra -
ither v. ill sponsor the
: sh In his honor f illowing
lests will
i its '.!i. and
BONNIE BEKGER
: Mr.
Adolph J. Aill
:". lay
Not. 8, the serv-
al Beth rorah Congri t>

eighth grade h< n-
c r student at the 11 brew
. i; eat i Miami win
S also sin a with the Beth
also signs with the Beth
re ition choir during
ii, jh Hoi; Days
Bom le's | arents will sponsiu
On< it and hosl a re
i ii in In her honor at the I tip-
it i ounti ; < '\ ib.

Al.W GLOVER
A an, the son "i Dr. and Mrs.
N itl in I Hover, wiU I econ e Bar
\.ih Saturday, Nov. !*. at
th David Conj regation, with
n :le, Rabbi Sol Landau,
i lavid's spiritual leader, of-
ting.
An eighth grade student at tlie
m a. ademy, Alan la a
ber of the National .' inior
not Society, lie is a grand-
son of the late Rabbi Kzekiel
n i.i i and a great ol
il Gryn-
;:,.." after
hi w i! i ncd.
Dr. and Mi i Hover will host
a Kiddush-luncheon in Spector
after the service,
iddition to hi
M ekiel i. nda "t Mi-
I Beach, an l his godpan nts,
Mr, ami Mrs. Norman Glovi ol
North Mian I N ton-
iests h I. Inclu le his in-
conductor-e >mp< ser Siei -
i, Robert, of
. i lie, N i co -ins Mr. and
Mrs. Hem*) I Idman ol Jei
N.J.; Dr.
in ol Ni 5foi k I itj Vis.
Aiv
ada; Dr. l "f
New York City; Ms. Sara Lan-
iu ol Louis* [He, l! : and
. ;i ol Cincinnati,
Ohio.
DAVID TKl HI\
David Alan, son of Mr. and
Mrs, Tl [rushin will be-
ivah Saturday,
Nov. 9, at Temple Emanu-El.
David attended the fternoon
,i at Temple
Emanu-El an I | ra I iati i in
June 1974. He is an ei| hth grade
student at the Ida Fisher Junior
High School, where he plays
clarinet In the school band and
is i.n horn il In science.
The celebrant will be hoi
with a Kiddush and luncheon In
the Friedland B "r "'''
temple, and a re < !l1,1 '".'"
Eden roc Hotel. His
grandfather, '
his grandmother, Mrs G
Trushin will attend the event
GEORGE GANDELMAN
Ol Mrs. i
e Dr
n Gandelmaa will become
a H"' Ih at Ten e Mi
iy m
0.
1;..... in i hth grad tu>
Si'!',
ill le a Kid
lowin part)
Int le i i
and i iends
Ing at his ho
LIMA BIGE1 M W
ol Mr and
i
come a Bat Mitzvah I
evenii Nov. { it Ten
A Kiddush will fi
in Temple Menu ah's ( rimson
l. will also be a
'

Jewish Sexuality
Greenberg's Topic
Dr In in : Greenbi rg, a na-
tional authority on Jewish fam
re' s, will discuss "On
niii i n ^
Human: Sex-
i
in ii n i cation
and Growth
In Judaism"
at Federation
Tuesday,
Nov 26.
The day is
In : ) p o n-
sored b)
Gr ater Mi-
ami Je
F e d e :
Women's Division from 10:00
g m 2 oo p m at the Dei
Hotel
Oth i- guests include educal >r
Abrah im i Gittels in; Parent
Effectiveness Tr line expert
Lucy Estrin; and gerial -
rialists Fred Hirl and Drs.
1 Bi her and Jack Skigen.
He dlining the da) 's luncheon
will be TV producer and per-
sonalit) David Susskind.
Or. I. Cret-nberg
Pioneer Women
Chapters Mee!
i .'
Id :- :: Mini
Bazaar al i :00 ; m Tl
In the Finam
Was '
ieoi ge Lii
i
Kim eret i iapti r wil hi d Is
ni,m; i e ship lunch-
eon Su la; at i p m. in the
Federal it 1133
! ; Co Itl' .
n will give a book
md lii W
be are ln\ ited to at
will hold
ation luncheon il
Seville H
n i install
, ,. the ">:i
i enter! dnment.
i, | will pre-
Opti-Mrs. Club
Luncheon Tues.
, ipti Mrs. Club of Miami
Beach will hold Its
monthly I incheon meetin
noon I In 'he Voison Res-
,nt Seac sl I ast, For rea-
call Can .el S
The afternoon's ; will
le a review
Lot pa :'" S y" by
Miss i ab -He Sider.
g, ( i |b of Miami
to
. : children. Its
r this
:li u. .
lydia Bitjelman
George Gandelman
David Trushin
Alan Glover
Folk Festival
Set \ ^1. B. Auditorium
Folk Festival '74
it the Miami Beach Auditorium
: -r the
to an i" e I i c-
;. ience a i
ipplying for a passport, ac-
cording tn Arie Kaduri, who is
nting the gala e: I i itran a
under the sponsorship ol
.nization of Ami
isi of 30 perfi
,'. Yaffa Yarkoni, Is
! |) ni Song." '.
is the Adler Ti a
ense bli
bums to th ii
ting the fast ed show is
i Elon l irai Ii sin er an I
actor whose lnt<
Israeli folk themes ha'
him acclaim. The -
choreography demonstrated by
the Sabras, a troupe of L2, was
. ted by the famous Moshe
Itzhak Halevy.
cets to the Israeli Fi Ik
a] are now a' at the
Miami Beach Auditorium box
office.
Harry Frankel
To Bo Burn (!
In Rehovoth
A special 3 p m mem trial
service was held at T
Sholom Wedni sday for Ham H.
Frankel, 79, a Ion dime re
Mian Beach and a nationally
known philanthr ipist, w ho died
Mi : lay during a visit to Israel.
rrinkel is survived bv his
of 5151 C
A-. Miami Beach, two d
:< ij ht en ndi hildren and
1 hildren,
Known locally for his activities
H :, |ei of Mount S i
, il fenter and a P
. Miami Jewish Fe I-
on, Frank I is a cli
Mount Sinai De-
I Fund i nd its D
inent Secretary, Ted Safian.
\..' m my, rTanael was a
im m1' r of the boards of direct
ors <; I v ih v
and of '' -i : i F
Hebrev Cmvi rsit) He <
i | \ chairman tor thi E
ig ind i
A i
i. -;i l ea me for Israel and a
director of the Israel Invi I
ni h i was chairman 'f
torial Board of the
"Ameri n I---ed Rview" "d a
ber of the National Board
of State of Israel Bonds.
Born at Jacksonville, and edu
rated at the University of Penn-
nia Frankel s*rvd In both
World Wars I and II. He had
maintained a residence in Miami
i for nearly 25 years.
In Israel Frankel served as a
member of the exet uti' e commit
the u eizmann Institute of
;e. He an I Mrs Frankel
were rn founders of the Truman
Peace Center in Jerusalem.
,,,,-,.;,'] ft into v
tor of i-'-" !'- Industrial He
man of the
Siem "'i" Paint Co..
and chairman of Judith Midler
Ltd Haifa.
B" taki place at Re-
h, Israel
Youii2 Israel Of Greater Miami
Under Leadership Of Rabbi Leff
Rabbi Zev Leff ha! been en-
,i- s] Ir'tual leader of the
i Israel of Greater Miami.
He assumed the pulpit of the
North Miami Beach Orth
Congregati in during the H [h
Ho ida) se ison
Rabbi Leff was born in the
Bronx. NY. in 1917 and moved
with his family to North Miami
I h in 1955. He atti ndi d b ith
the Hebrew Academ) of Gn
M i a m i and the Mesivta High
School, gradual ith of
thi institutions as the Hebrew
\ all diet irian,
During th is years he was
in th youth pi
if G i \ I
the s) ;" whii i is now
an "
per of the
National ..... i t
Youth in 19
Rabbi L?ff attended the Telshe
Rabbinical Coll in '
Ohio and its K i
ate divisi m from 1965 thr
1974 and ie micha
(ordination) in 1971. He was a
lecturer in the Mesivta High
School Ye n< h Hi :h S
S
or W omen, and l
ers I Telshe all in
elai '. Ohio, from 1970 I i
1974
Rabbi Leff also has pr dao'd
natioi tapes for
aid in learning Mishna and dur-
ing the pat Ml! WU r s, r.,
head i iuner >r n\ Ca mp K o 1
Torah in VV'ickliffe. Oh
R ibbi I pff and hi' wife, the
Tropi:al Cancer League
Membership Luncheon Set
Tropical Cam i i ue of the
American VI< dical Cent r .
nins a i al i Mi mbersl
. in al no in, Fr'day. Nov, 15, al
the Montmarte Hcl 1
Humorist Gerry Blumei
will entertain, and ^ifrs will be
to a new members
Mrs "i:;- Fishm in, memh
i^ chairman of the
iiv
RAUBI ZEV Ltff
former Rivkah Minkoff, have
four dau hters: Ita Rachel, Tsip-
porali, Miriam and Dvorah,
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Pace 12-B
vjenist Fk>ridlir>r)
Friday. November 8, 1974
Yeshiva Center
Opens With Parade
"Miami Beach no longer has
the same face ice fashionable
Alt >n Road was cl -. d to permit
a unique march to lake place
Oct. 13. Officers on nutorcycl9s
and in p J irs li d th parade
thai transform?d .Miami Beach
from a si:.' and f in i ai il il of t!ie
world to a new Torah center,"
Ral Lipskar, dean
of the Yeshiva complex, report-
ed.
The beginning of the parade,
which wa> led by a marching
band and by the young men <>f
the Yeshiva Gedolah of Greater
Miami, who were dancing and
singing, was followed by a spe-
cial procession of Sifrai Torah
(Torah Scrolls).
One Safer Torah. which was
dressed in a torn and tattered
cover, had just been brought
from Russia. It was smuggled out
by young men who revived it and
pave it new life before it entered
the new Landow Yeshiva Center.
The new Landow Yeshiva
Center, a $2 5 million structure
in the heart of .Miami Beach, di-
rectly across from Flamingo
Park is comprised of the Oholci
' Torah School for Boys, the Beth
Chan. School for Girls, the Levi
Yitwhok Congregation, and the
Yeshiva Gedolah of Greater Mi-
am: Rabbinical College.
"With the establishment of the
new Yeshiva Center a new era
in Jewish education is besinning
in the .Miami area, providing a
Torah education equal to th-
Yeshiva Centers in New York,"
Rabbi Lipskar said.
Melvin S. Landow. president of
the institution in whose honor
the school is named, and its main
benefactor, contributed $1 mil-
lion for the construction of the
schpol and has been charged by
the Lubavitcher Rcbbc to estab
JisM this pilot project that will
be imulat"d in all Darts of the
United States and Canada.
The procession was headed by
Mr. Land..a h 1 ling the Torah
roll from Ru i R ibbi Sholom
D. lipskar. holding another
Torah scroll; Rabbi Zalman Wils-
-ki. principal of the He-
brew Department of the school:
Rabbi Leib Schapiro. Rosh Ye-
shiva of the Yeshiva Gedolah;
Rabbi Tuvia Stern. Rabbi Phineas
Weberiban, Rabbi Mordechai
Shapiro. Rahbi Lazer Meisels, ac-
companied by other prominent
"Thousands of people lined the
mile long stretch oi Alton Road.
to catch a glimpse of the parade
ard dancing ch Idren," said Mr.
Landow. "Peon!" looked out
their window, to witness the
: carried under a
Chupah (canopy) amidst singing
and dancing in reverence.
Schools sent marching band- to
participate in this momentous
event in the history of the Miami
Jewish community. All major
television networks, including
ABC. NBC and CBS. carried the
story on the establishment of the
center and its importance not
only to the children who learn
there, but to the entire South
Miami Beach area, which it
wouH serve to revitalize, bring-
the opportunity for senior
citizens to gather and spend time
in an environment where they
are needed, loved and cared for.
"South Beach will no longer
be an old age home, but will
become a place of vibrancy
where .lows of all ages will share
in the beauty and life of Torah."
The center, which was built
from glass and stone to provide
aesthetic value and complement
the beauty of the area, was dedi-
cated by the placing of a Mezu-
z.ih on the door Dost. The Me
zuzah was covered by a special
olive wood cover hand carved
with enamel baked letters by the
famous artist Louis Young. The
Mezuzah was placed on the door
by Rabbi Lipskar and Mr. Lan-
dow.
Some of the boys enrolled at the Landow
Yeshiva Center are seen dancing in the
street (Alton Read; near the school.
Israeli Movie Featured By
Marsha Wolfstein Chapter
Marsha Wolstein Chapter, His-
tadrut Women's Council, plans a
membership luncheon Wednes-
day noon in the Barcelona Hole'
Entertainment will be the Israeli
movie "The Living Wall," ac-
cording to Mrs. Philip Sahl.
president.
Resnrvations are being accept-
ed by Mrs. Morris Kosan, Mrs.
Tessie Kirson, and the Histadrut
office. Gentlemen are welcome.
The chapt< r project is providing
scholarships for iryiigent stu-
dents in Israel.
Films Being Held Over
A number of films are being
held over in Wometeo Theatres
this week, including "The Odes
sa Fib." at the Miracle, Patio.
Twin 2 Dadeland, Normandy and
Plaza 1 Hollvwood: "Airport
1975" at the 163rd Street. Twin
1-Dadeland and Carlyle: "The
Mad Adventures of Rabbi Jacob"
at the Carib. Palm Springs 2 and
Hallandale, and a Walt Disney
double feature"The Bears and
I," and "The Shaggy Dog," at
the Palm Springs 1.
Heading the parade and carrying the Torah scrolls are
Melvin S. Landow, after whom the center is named, and
Rabbi Sholom D. LipsJcar, dean of the new educational
facility.
Volunteers Urgently Needed
The Mental Health Association
Jted adults to join
the T.i-t'n to Children" pro-
gram. Volunteers are urgently
d to become friendly ;
crs for elementary school chil-
dren with <>motional problems.
The next orientation course will
meet at 9 a.m. next Tuesday, and
Tuesday. Nov. 19, at the Mental
Health Association offices, 800
BricVeii Plaza,
Rossmoor's Health Staff Is
Receiving Special T
Richard C. Schulman, sen
ior vice president of Biscayne
Federal Savinqs and Loan
Association, has been elect-
ed secretary treasurer and
board director of the Prog-
ress Club oi Miami. The club
is made up of 80 various
business groups.
.'JO Enrolled In
Yeshiva Gedolah
The Yeshiva Gedolah of Great-
er Miami, the first Rabbinic Col-
lege in the Southeastern United
States, will celebrate the first
anniversary of its establishment
this week It has a present en-
rollment of more than 30 stu-
dents who are studying for the
Rabbinate from all over the
United States.
The Rosh Yeshiva, Rabbi Ye-
huda Leib Schapiro. will deliver
a special lecture on the new trac-
tate of Gemorah that the young
men have started to learn in
honor of the anniversary next
TiK -day, at 124") p 1-1 at the
Yeshiva Gedolah, 1114 Alton Rd
Miami Beach.
Rabbi Sholom D. Lipskar. in
explaining the function of the
Synagogue, commented that this
will serve not only as a house of
prayi r where people will come
three times a day, but as a meet'
ing place for oeople to come and
spend their time studying Torah
doing Mitzvos and learning more
about their heritage
Biscayne Dog Track Begins
Stakes Schedule Nov. 16
Biscayne Dog Track swings
right into its 19 74-75 stakes
schedule with the S40.0 00
Hocking Ship Memorial Irish-
American Marathon Champion-
ship, getting under way Saturday-
night Nov. 13.
The Memorial starts with a
field of 32half of Irish an-
cestry and half of American
stock. In addition to the two
first-round heats Saturday, an-
other two will be run Wednes-
day. Nov. 20. First four finishers
in each race will advance to the
semifinals, Nov. 23. with the
final set for Friday night, Nov.
2P.
Five registered nurses have
been added to the health serv-
ices department of Rossmo r
Coconut Creek, the adult com-
munity being developed near
Pompano Beach, according to
Tom Rossoi". community admin-
istrator for the master-planned
development.
Mis Peggy Sposato has been
appointed director of health serv-
ices. Her staff, including Judy
Coughron, Jo Ann O'Rourke. E!la
Davenport and Regina Palmer,
all R.N.'s. are now receiving
special training in community re-
lations, security procedures and
emergency communications.
Coconut (reek Police Chief
Joseph Hosford has been in-
structing staff members in the
use of the citizens- band radio
raining
syst :n that connects Rossmoor
Health Center to the po:;ce sta-
lion and to securit) stat.ons in-
- .: Rossmoor.
it Frank Drantz, a veteran
(0 nolue officer who is
now commander >l the Pinkerton
. Services unit ..; Roes-
been coordinating with
:ifi a
it> and health emergency
system at the development
. r health services staff is
etcly professional and is
1 with a maximum respon-
sil Rosser said. 'Rossmoor
'reek is an adult ccm-
munity; health maintenance and
emergency intervention have
high priorities. We believe we're
prepared to accent these priori-
II d r-sponsibilities "
Prof. Liehinan Elected National
\-P At AZF\s Biennial Conclave
Prof. Seymour B. Licbman.
historian, author and university
lecturer, was elected a national
-..' c president at the recant tri-
ennial convention of the
American Zionist Federati n
held in Boston.
l.iebman is cultural vice ,
dent of the local regional chapter
of the AZF. and editor of its
Report on the Middle Fast, which
is distributed to leading non-
Jewish communal leaders and the
Dade County mass media.
A recent book by Prof Lien-
man The Middle East: A R
t i Facts, has been highly pra
I si .1 ral publications. Philip
ovitz, editor of th J
New- ) Detr It, commented
an editorial that "for prot<
and Israeli defensive purposes by
Zionists and others who wi h I i
counteract anti Israel propa in
da. the Liehman volume serves a
mo t valuable purpose."
Liebman is Adjunct Research
Scholar at the Institute of Inter
American Affairs of the I'ni-
verslty of Miami His |
Sei hardi Ethnicity in the Span-
Mew World Colonies" was
1 at the recent (on re-- of
eat Hi.pani-t. held in
Mexii o Cit; C ironado Pr i
;-!-: released his book. Jew
The Inquisition of Mexico: Th <
Gn at Auto De IV of lcn.
Harriet (Mrs. Hilton) Green
one of th<> national leaden of 'he
Pioneer Women, was former vice
resident of the AZF hit was
barred from serviny i third term
| > of the constitutional pro
Shoppers' Problems Topic
The Surfside Women's I cague
meeting at Town Hall M
at 12r.'iO p.m. will feature Jnhr,
C. Mays, director. D.C. Consum-
ers Protective Division, Depart-
ment of Weight! and Measures.
He will discuss current problems
confronting the shopper. Guests
are welcome. Refreshments will
be served.
hibition against any officer serv-
ing more than two terms. For the
same reason. Rabbi Israel Miller
stepped down ft im the presi-
dene., and is succeeded by Mrs.
Faye Schenck Mrs creen will
nue to serve on th< v I
Itive deny Sehwart7 has
been elected as a South
Florida representative.
Luncheon Benefits School
P. e. .Is of the luncheon and
.- sponsored by the Sii-
d of Tempi." Ml I
Nov. 1 I. al '.
1': in n Rot m
i I., its He row S
i e i serving -
nan is T
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ai Miami, Florida an this
November, MT4
I.Ich.viu, |. BRiNiCER.
erk. Cln uu Court
o< County. Florida
B C P CXPEI AND
Deputy C|,.ri,
I "III t S.-.Oi
" KOS8. KSociuk
'"' N W I2U, Av,u,. '""
.MiHmi. Florida 331^s
Altornrv for PatlUODW
ii/i-is-ts-ji
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Friday. November 8, 1974
+Jenist> noridliar
Page 13-B
Marking
JWV
Veterans Da
Nurtnan Bruce Brown Post
N. 174, Jewish War Veterans
an 1 Ladies Auxiliary, will hold
annual Veterans' Memorial
ServiCM Friday at 8:15 p.m. in
Israelite Center Temple, 3178
SVV 25 St. Rabbi Solomon U'al-
denberg will conduct services.
I Guest speaker will be JWV
Petit, of Florida Commander
Hirold Uhr of North Miami
Beach.
Participating in the service*
will he Post Commander A'ex-
anier Greenwald of Miami. Aux-
, iry President Claire Mrs
Al'xander) Greenwald of Miami,
Chaplain George Graham
Miami Beach and Auxiliary
, lain Pauline Smith of Mi-
Among the other guest*
be department of Florida
a Auxiliary President Ms.
n Ferdie >f Coral Gabies
tt
< !'. Hade Post No TTH. and
Auxiliary, will co-sponsor the
Shabbat at Temple Beth
i960 N. Kendall Dr., Fri-
it a >ii [..in. In honor of Vet-
, in Day. Abe Kisenman. Corn-
ier, and Leah Kisenman.
urge all veterans to
it tend the service, and wear
I ;; i.aps. Ainslee Ferdie. im-
diatc Past National Corn-
Older, will be the guest speak-
er.
Cr ii it
Friday evening, the West Ml-
a i Post and Auxiliary No. 223
sponsor the Oneg Shabbat
., Temple Beth Tov. 6438 SW
St.. West Miami. The pub-
:. invited to attend. Refresh-
ments will be served.
Department representative
Bessie Gibber was to present the
Friendship Scroll to Jerri Bart-
tt Auxiliary president, at the
liar meeting in the home of
ISt president Carol Gold, 8410
N>th St., Thursday.
Pie Auxiliary and Post will
hold annual Veterans' Day Serv-
s at the West Miami Open
S ace Park Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
public Is invited to attend.
& & *
R ibert K. Fran/blau Post and
. dll iry 177 will have a memo-
, lervice at Hollywood Memo-
pa Gardens Monday. Tessie
Franzblau will preside at the
\ udl iry's board meeting Ties-
i
1t -it 4
The monthly meeting of the
5 luth Dade Post No. 778 will be
! i Monday at S p.m. in the
office Of Kisenman Realty Cor-
poration, on South Dixie High-
ly, Ale KLsenman, Command-
announced.
S mirday evening the Post an I
Auxiliary will sponsor a ward
ITty at the Veterans Hospital.
S trying will be Ben and Evelyn
Clem Nathan and Gert Weis-
berg and Arnold and Edith N >-
vim,
A tag day is being planned
for Friday, Nov. 22. with pro-
ceeds earmarked for work done
at the Homestead Air Force
Base Hospital and the Ml
V >terans Hospital.
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
South Dade Post No. 77S will
I 10 meet Monday at 8 p.m. at
the office of Kisenmar Realtors.
Leah Kisenman, president, an-
nounced.
Edith Novins is chairman for
the Jungle Queen boat ride I '
be held Saturday evening.
7. Members and their friends
will board the boat in Ft. Laud-
erdaie. This affair is ojien to all.
but reservations must be made
ty Dec. 1.
Gertrude Weisberg. refresh
ment chairman, is planning a
"Latke and Chanukah Party"
in December.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOSEPH NESBITT
PROBATE NO. 74.7357
In RE Estate c.f
DAVID K KUBINSON
d.'.-e.t sell
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors si d All Parsons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Bald Batata:
You are hereby notified :n\'l reciulr-
'i to present any claims and demands
which v"u may havi agalnal thi
. i of DAVID B RfBINBON deceas-
ed oi I lade 'ounty, Florida to
the Cirrull Judges of bade County,
ind Hie the same in duplicate and it
i "i Idi in Section 733 18, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
tj ourthnuse In Dade County, Flor-
arlthln f"ur calendar months from
ni ul the first publication here-
f. *>r the .i me n ill be barred
Piled ..! Miami, Florida this Sth
da) of \'"\ mix i AD l ? 4
MORTON I. RCBINSON
A- fix* cutor
pub li ..in.ii ..f tin- ii..'!
ll -ill day ol November 1971
SHAPIRO. PRIED. WEIL A SCHEER
Attorney for the Estate
M'T I lm Road \; laml B< .- h,
Florida
11 I-IS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVIS ON
J. GWVNN PARKER
PROBATE NO 74-6352
I ': Estate of
SIE liRAVERMAN.
,-..|
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Creditors Bnd All Person
Having. Claims r Demands Agalust
Said Estate
You an hereb) notified and reaulr-
i any claims and demands
ut eh m>u mas have against the as-
tateo UE881E LiRAVERMAN*. deceaa-
i ., ol l '.i Ic '"U' 'v Florida !>
the Circuit Judges of Dade County,
and file th.- same In duplicate and as
.ni.-.i in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In bade County, Flor-
ida uitinn t"ur calendar months from
ir ..f tin- fir>t publication here-
r the same will be barred
F led at Miami, Florida, this Sth
November. A i> lT4
JOSEPH BCHMIER.
As Co-Executor
publication ol this notice on
da ol November. 1874
JOSEPH SCHMIBR
Attorney for co-exei ut.>rs
. '. Lincoln R'>.id. Miami Beach. Flu
U 1.15
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
i i \
First
the Mi.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
CASE NO.: 74-320*1
NOTICE OF ACTiryi
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN RE:
THE MARRIAGE OP
BAML'EL ODDRY POWELL,
Petitlonei.
And
VERONICA ALBERTA POWELL,
Respondent.
TO: VERONICA Al.HKKTA
l iu ELL
TurkH'k Hotel. Apartment No. 1
Turin, k. California 38380
YOU ARE NOTIFIED thai an ac-
tion for divorce has been filed against
you ami you arc reaulred t" serve
.....> ..i your written defenses, if any.
m it on EMANUEL LEVENSON.
plaintiffs attorney, whose address is
_i Bisvayne Building, li- West
Fiagler Street, Miami. Florida, 33i3i.
on or before Dec 13th. 1374, and file
the original with th.- clerk
COUrt either before service 'II Dlaill-
attornes or Immediately there-
r:.-i otherwise ;i default will he en-
:.-it'll aitalnsl you for ihe relict de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the Mai "f
thl Court "ii November 8, 1374.
HICHARli !' BRINKER,
a- <'!. i. ol the Court
By N \ n.-w.il
\ beputj Clerk
H/8-15-3S-38
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1667
! RE Estati '
AIDA sll ItERBERG
,1,-.-..,-. I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All Creditors and All Pen
Having Claims .>r Demands Axalnsl
E*tati
You .ir.- hereby notified and reoulr-
ed to present am claims and demands
which "ii mas have against the es-
tate "t AIDA SILBERBERl dei i -
,-,i late of Dade County. Florida to
i|... Circuit Judges "f Dade County.
aini file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 7:t:i is. Florida
Statutes, In their offices In the Coun-
tj Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within f"ur calendar months (mm
the time "f the first publication here-
of, .r the Mine will be barred
Piled at Miami. Florida, this rtth
daj of November. A D. 1*74
SAMl'El Sll BERBERO
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the sih day "f November. 1S74.
SHAPIRO, FRIED. WEIL ft BCHEER
Attorneys for Administrator
107 1 Incoln Road, suite inn
Miami Beach. Florida 13183 ^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the unders*M*i*l dWslriBjg to enffaae
In business under th<' flatitlOMS names
,f N'ASCO INDUSTRIES INDUS-
TRIAL PRODUCTS DIVISION and
NA8CO TORQUE Tool. COMPANY
and N'ASCO VAN' INTERIOR COM-
PANY at I'-'.'i N.E. 30Ui Terrace,
North Miami Beach. Florida 33161 In-
tends t" register said names with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
( untv. Florida
NASCO INDUSTRIES. INC.
By Martm Singer, PTei
Attest Selma 1> Bingei. Be< i
HARRIS SIRKIN. P a
Attorneys for Kaaco industries in.
11 B-15-23-89
thi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious name
of CHIAPPY PIE1 l> WORK RE-
SEARCH SERVICES at 8181 S W nth
Street Miami. Florida Intends to re-
gister -ail name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
I IIS C i-HIAPPV
KURT WEI I ISi H, Attorney it Law
Attorney for CHIAPPY FIEI 1'
WORK HKSKAHill SERVICES
161 Almeria Avenue. Buite 200-E,
Coral Gables. Florida 38134
(145-79 -41
11 8-15-22-29
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. 74-31559
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage ol
JACKIE WATSON,
Petitioner-Husband
and
i;' \l >YS WATS" >N
Rpi pondenl W
To CILAD1 S \\ ATS' IN
1 s i oretta Sti
ln.....I N V rn
You ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that ai ton for D Mar-
. Igt h i be< filed agalnal \< >oU ire required to serve com ol
i ,u-- -itt.-n defe......- If any. to it
DAVID M OONSHAK. attorney
. petitlonei whose address Ii 1431
\ \^ Ttii str.-et. Miami. Florida
and file the original with the
.... ol thi abovi styled i ourl on or
l......mi., r 13th 1974: otherwise
mil will Im entered agalnsl ^"U
f..r the relief demanded in th.- com-
: >r petition
Th notice shall be published once
ii ek foi four onsecutlve weeks
n THE JE ISM KM iRIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand ami the seal
nid ourl at Miami, Florida on
lal da) of i ictober 1974
KiCHARD P BRINKER.
a- Clerk Circuit Court
P ide Count* Florida
B> KRIS BLANCO
As i>.-:iut% ClerK
. i 'it cult "ourl Be >
DAVID M U' iNSHAh
1 \ W "th Str.- 1
.'! ..mi Florl la I31S
Attorney for Petitioner
ll 8-15-22-39 -------
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. 74-31944
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTON
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage "f
SOPHIE MANSFIELD.
pel Holier.
ROBERT A MANSFIKLK.
T0:%"0BERTA MANSFIELD.
1 Dolores Avenue
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKHKBY GIVEN "'a
mderslgned. deslrlnif to engaj
ineas under the fi.iiti'ius nan
H ii-sk OF TTPBWRITEKS a
S.W 8th Stren. Miami. Fla. Intenas
to register said nan.e with th" CWK
of th. Circuit Court of Dade c ounty.
"^""lIKRIBERTO MAKTINF.Z
I0/3J 11/1-8-lJ
&*..Misr.iou
'he entered agalnal you tor .the
. .. ,,,,,..1 for in the complalnl or
,MViii-"i"ti.e shall he published ones
e.K for four ,'onse.utlve weeks
' THR 1FW1SH FI.i .RIPIAN
,:'w TVESS n\ hand and the seal Of
..W'.urt at Miami Florida on this
* "-^HARD Pb BRINKER.
As Clerk. Cir.uit > ourt
I,.,,!,. County, lorl 11
By 1. SNEBDBN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit C-urt Seal. u s r ;;
NOTCIE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
C'VIL ACTION NO. 74-31333
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Th.' Marriage of
Him il I'll HUGO U >PEZ
Husband
and
KAREN ANN LOPEZ
Wife
TO KAREN ANN LOPEZ
35 w Leverlch street
OUeells N Y. 1137
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
ge hi i filed against you and
you a'.- required to sarvs copy "f
your written defenses, if any.to it on
stan iky e. Goodman, attomei
tor Petitioner, whoae address is 2S9H
N \\ 62nd Street. Miami. Florida, and
file the original with the clerk of
the above styled .ourl on or berore
December IS. 1974; otherwise a default
w : be n.nt.r.'.l agalnsl u for the
r.lnf demanded In the complalnl or
i" tltlon .., ,
Th:- notli -h ill be nuhiishe.l once
each wek for four consecutive weeks
, THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of -aid court at Miami. Florida on
this 30th das ol October 1974.
RICHARD P BRINKER
as Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Hv It J. FOY
As DepUU Clerk
(Cin uit Curt Seali
S I'ANI BY E c.oi 11 i.MAN
_. \ W '".-'nil Street
.Miami. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner ^
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIHCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-31332
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
THOMAS 8 KN'NKN
Husband
in i
I IND A M ENNEN
Wii-
TO: I INDA M ENNEN
512 West 11 Street
Port Angeles. Washington
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
tin' aii action for Dissolution of Mar-
rlage has been filed agalnal you and
y..u are r. oun. d t.. serve copy M
\..ur written defenses, if any. to it on
STANLEY E GOODMAN, attorney
i..r Petitioner whose address Is L'i.ss
V \v i.nd Street, Miami. Honda
;-;I jT and file the original with the
Clerk "I the ahoye styled court on or
beftin December IS. 1974; otherwise
defaull win be entered agalnsl you
f..r the rellel demanded In the com-
plaint "r petition
This n.....e shall he published once
each week for four i.....secuUve weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Mi.i-.n. Florida on
this tmh day of October. 1it.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Cir.uit Court
|>ade County. Florida
B) It J FOY
As DepUt) Clerk
(Circuit '"ourt Baal)
BTANI KY K 'i' 'OMAN
:.,.> N W Stnd Si re.-t
Miami Florida
Attorney lor Petitioner ^ ,,,..,_._,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT
IN AND FOR DATE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Ci' No. 74-317P3
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Marriage Of
a l BERT S VERA. Husband
Ml It'AM C VERA. wife
Tl MIRIA M c, \|-:i' \
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
503 Chew S'*a-.i
A lien town, Pennsylvania 18102
YOU AUK HEREBY notified thai
, p. |t|on for Dissolution of Marriage
his been filed against you and you
are hereby required to serve a copy
of your answer or other nleadlng To
th. net it inn nn the Husband's Attorney
I ESTER ROGERS, whose add'ess is
1454 N W 17 Avenue Miami. Florida
8X125, and file the original with the
Clerk of the above styled Court on or
hofore this '3th day ..f December, 1*74,
"r a I'.fault win he entered agalnsl
you
DATKD this 4th day of November.
1974.
lUCIIARD P BRINKER
Clerk "f th,- Circuit Court
By t n DEI OADO
Ilenutv Clerk
11 H-1S-22-29
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 72-2440 (Parker)
IN RE: Estate "t
PRANCES ELMAN.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL D'SCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that we
have filed our Final Report and Petl
lion for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge as Executor of the estate ol
FRANCES El MAN. deceased, and
that on the Sth day of December.
"Tl will apply to tl"- H......rable
1 int Judges of Dade County. Flor-
ida, for approval of said Final !'.....'
and f..r distribution and final dis-
charge as Executor "f the estate of
the ahoy,, named d. lent This 4th
day of November. 1974
First National Hank ..f South Miami
By: F Weston Wentworth
Trust offieer
Snarl" 1 Zemel I'oskin.
Hellbmnner and Karp, P \
Attorn. % s
inn n Rlscavne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 3S1S2
11 8-15-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-7368
In RE: Estate of
HAROI l> RAND
decs 1 '
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and i.'iii.'
ed t" present any claims and demands
which you mai havi igalnst thi
tate of haiku n RAND deceased late
.f Dade County, Florida, m th.- Cir-
cuit Judges of Hade County, ami file
the same in dunliinte and as provided
In Section 733 18. Florida Statutes, 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
-ame will tie barred
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 4th
da] "f November, A l> 1974.
GERTRUDE RAND
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the S'h 'lav of November. 1974.
DAVID P. CATSMAN
Attorney for BxeCUtTtX
ISO S B. 2ml Avenue
Miami. Florida 33131
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENT" ill*""' 'IT ,
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR -l
DAOa Cws,.. .
PROBTE D VIS ON
PROBATE NO. 73-421
IN RE Bal.......f
BY! v*IO LAZZARIN.
11... e.i ed
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO MAKE APPLICATION
FOR DISTRIBUTION ANO
FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereb) given that I have
filed my Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge,
as Executrix of tin- estate ol SxLVIO
1 AZZARIN, deceased, and that on
the 2nd day of December 1974, will
., .pi] to th.- Honorable Ircult Judges
of Dade County. Florida for aon-.". ,1
..1 sani Final Report and for Distribu-
tion and final discharge ..- Executrlj
of the estate of the above-nainea
di nt This 81st day of October.
1974
li i| 1 IKE8 M LAZZARIN
ROBERT R WMI'l K
|i du Pont Bull Una
AttOI nev
Miami. Florida
Tel:
11 S-1S-22-29
'mcEnIRD NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-318"0
ACTION FOR D'SSOLUTION
CF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MAHRI VK I >F
DAKKYI IEONARD. Petltln I
PAMEI :>A\ IS LEI >N \
I:.
TO: PAMELA i -W IS LEONARD
I.I' j. Mapli 1 i-
Cl-.ar.. r i| PA
YOU ARE HEREBY N
that an act..... for Dissolution of Mar-
Igi la- been filed at..mst you an 1
you ai-.- required to serve a cop) if
your written defenses, if any. to it
.Hi DAVID 1: STONE, a'torney for
Petitioner, whose address is im N.W.
12 Avenue. Miami Florida 33128.
(311,1) 324-4.115, and file the original
with the elerk ol the ahoy.- style!
.ourt on .r before December 13, 1974:
otherwise a defaull will be entered
against you for the rellel demanded]
in the complaint or petitli n
This notice shall be nuM.shed onee
each week for four .-.i \- v-ki
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN,
WITNF.SS in-, han.1 and lii.....si if
.-aid court al M ami Florida on this
l.-t day ol November. 1974.
RICHARD P BRINKER.
a> Clerk Circuit I 'ourt
Dade County, Florid..
B> M. v\ EINBBRGER J
A- Deputs Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
DAVID E STONE ESQUIRE
1"1 N \\ 12 Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128 1324-1".....
Attorney tor Petitioner
11. 8-11-22-29
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. 74-31752
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage ot
DAVID WEBER. .
Husband,
and
oltA DAR WEBER
Wife.
Tt: "KA DAR WEItER
14s-::. >s-h Avenue
Jamaica Nev. York 11438
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed against you
and you are required to serve a copy
.1 your written defenses, if any to
it on KWITNEY. KROOP .v BCHEIN-
DBHU, attorneys lor Petitioner, whose
address 1- i-" Lincoln Koad. Miami
Beach. Florida, and file th. origin !
with th. ;.-.-K ..f the ahoy styled,
court on ..r before December 11 1974:
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the r.-iiet demanded
in the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published once
each we.k tor four consecutive weeka
111 THK JEWI8H FLORIDIAN
WITNESS ms hand and the leal
..f said court at Miami. Florida on,
this 4th daj oi November, 1874.
RICHARD P BRINKER
a Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade < ounty. Florida
By I. SNEEDEN -^
As Deput) Cierk
1 Circuit Court Seal) 4*
KWITNEY. KROOP & -*
SCHE1NBEKU. P A
4JH I.in. oln Koad Suite
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
338-737
Attorneys for Petitioner^ _
11 7 -r.
CIRCUIT COCRT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION. NO. 74 31511
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE THK MARRIAGE OF:
1 n\\ii: mai: NERETTE.
Wife
FRITZ Wll KINS NERETTE.
Husband ____
You. FRITZ Wll KINS NERETTE,
residence unknown, are hereby notified
10 serve a copy ol your Answer m the
Dissolution "f Marriage fd"i agulnsl
s .u uiH.n Wif.s attorney. OEORGE
NICHOLAS, E8Q.. 812 N w 12th An -
nue. Miami. Florida 33138. and til.
..riKlnal with Clerk of Court on or
r. December 13. 1874; otherwise
the Petition will be confessed by you
Dated thi.- Slat da] of October.
' KICHARD P BRINKER Cl KKK
B, ,- p COPEI \NI>
Deoutv Clerk
1-16-33-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-7064
in RE Estate ol
SYI VIA Ii.'M A1"
t -.' NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona H m -
Inn Claims or Demandi Agalnat Said
Estate:
You are herebi notified and reoulr-
. 1 10 present any claims and demands
winch vou may have agalnat the
.-tate ol 8YLVIA DeMAlO deceased
:.,.....1 Dade County Florida, to the
Circuit Judges ol Dade County, and
rile the same In duplicate and as Dri-
veled in Section 733.18. Florida Sta-
tutes. In their offices in the Countv
Courthouse In Dade County, Florid.,
within four calendar months from th
time ol th.- urst publication hereof.
or the same will be barred
Filed at Miami, Forida, this :;i dur
,,f October a i' ia7i
LAURA HATFIEI D
A- vlmimstratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 8th lav of November. 1974
KURT WKl.Ils.il
Attorney for Entate
181 Almeria Avenue suit-200-E.
Coral Gables. Florida 11/8-1$


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Friday, November 8, 1974
Judge Jack Falk Loses His
Long Battle With Cancer
Circuit Judge Jack Falk, 46.
lost his lone battle with cancer
Tuesday at Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital. He was to be buried at
Star of David Memorial Park
Thursday after funeral services
in Temple Judea, Coral Gables.
A veteran of 16 years on the
bench. Judge Falk'j battle
against the disease precipitated
an unprecedented emotional di-
lema in Dados judiciary last
August.
The Florida Supreme Court
ruled him permanently disabled
and ordered him retired as an
act of compassion in a move en-
gineered by his fellow judges in
an effort to provide his family
with maximum retirement in-
come. Two months previously he
had undergone massive back
surgery and was confined to a
wheelchair.
Born in Bridgeport. Conn.
Falk studied at Franklin and
Marshall College i n Lancaster,
Pa., took his bachelor's degree
from the University of Miami
cum laude and his law degree
magna cum laude.
In addition to his involvement
in numerous civic and fraternal
groups, he was named by the
Junior Chamber of Commerce in
1964 as one of the outstanding
young men in the United States.
He was an Army Reserve ma-
jor and a former director of
Temple Judea.
After practicing law in Miami
for a decade, he became a deputy
industrial commissioner in 1958.
Two years later. then-Gov. LeRoy
Collins appointed him to the
Criminal Court, where he served
until becoming a Circuit judge
in 1967.
Survivors include his wife.
Corinne. children Andy. 15.
Jackie. 11. and Elizabeth. 9. and
his 80-vear-old father, Louis.
Funeral Services Held Thursday
At Temple For Dr. Harold Rand
Harold Rand. 66. a Miami phy-
sician Specializing in internal
medicine, died Wednesday, Oct.
30 at the Miami Heart Institute,
the victim of a heart attack.
Dr. Rand, who lived on Rivo
Alto Island. Miami Beach, had
been hospitalized for a week. He
had suffered a major heart at-
tack four years ago.
Born in Younfstown, Ohio. Dr.
Rand graduated from Marietta
College with a bachelor of arts
degree and later from Western
Reserve Medical School. He was
a Phi Betta Kappa student and
a member of Alpha Omega
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Dr. Rand came here in 1936
from Ohio. He served in the med-
ical corps as a lieutenant colonel
during World War II and was
awarded the Bronze Star for his
service in the South Pacific.
Dr. Rand was president of the
Miami Beach Auditorium Ad-
visory Board from 1050 to 1953
and held several positions in the
Dade County Medical Association
including vice president, chair-
man of the Board of Trustees and
chairman of the program com-
mittee.
In 1965. Dr. Rand was awarded
the Miami Heart Institute's Sil-
ver Medallion Distingui
Service Award He was president
of the Miami Heart Institute
from 1962 to 1965.
He was a fellow of the
American College of Allergy and
the American Therapeutic S
ciety and the American Diabetic
Association. He also was a clin-
ical assistant professor at the
University of Miami Medical
School.
Dr. Rand is survived by his
wife. Gertrude (Goldie); and two
daughters, Mrs. Meredith Epstein
and Mrs. Jennifer Traitz.
Sen ids were held Thursday.
Oct. 31 in Temple Emanu-El.
Riverside Alton Road Chapel was
in charge.
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140 SW 57th Avenue
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
1UDGE JACK fALK
Services Held
For Hotebiian
Sidney Raffel
S. Sidney Raffel, a retired Mi-
ami Beach hotelman who was ac-
tive with the Florida Develop-
ment Commission in promoting
tourism, died Monday at his Hol-
lywood home. He had moved
from Miami Beach to Hollywood
last April.
Mr. Raffel. a native of Phila-
delphia, at one time operated 28
millinery stores along the East
Coast. His last store was in Ra-
leigh, N'.C. before he retired to
ni Beach it the age of 45
and entered the hotel business.
He once headed Falcon Inc..
an organization that operated the
President Madison Hotel and the
Casablanca Hotel. The company
also built the Satellite Hotel in
Cocoa Beach A co-owner and ex-
ecutive director of the Carillon
Hotel from 1957-67. he sold his
interest and resiened in 1967.
Mr. Raffel served under Gov.
Haydon Burns and Gov. Claude
Kirk as chairman of the Tourism
Committee of the Florida Devel-
opment Commission and served
briefly as president of the Du-
pont Plaza Travel Service in
1969.
A graduate of Girard College
and Temple University in Phil-
adelphia, he was a menilier of Hi-
biscus Masonic Lodge 275. t h e
Mahi Shrine Temple, board mem-
ber and trustee of Temple Israel,
a founding member of the Music
and Arts League of Miami Beach
and a member of the Florida
Council of 100.
S rvivors include his wife. Ade-
laide: a daughter, Mrs. k.. lee
Cutler: three sons. Irwin Raffel.
Carl Lipton and Mark Lipton:
and eight grandchildren.
Services were held Wednesday
at the Riverside Normandy Isle
Chape',. The family suggests that
contributions be made to the Pa-
panicolaou Cancer Research lo-
st itute of Miami. 1155 N.W. 14th
St.
RAND
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fi .in Cleveland, Ohio, pr
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Emanu-El Survived by wife Ger-
trude m i ugl
dlth Rai d Epstein of V i I
Mi Traits ol M ami
brother, [rvln .' Rand, B
Pin ai d slaters. Mrs. Mlldn d R
R.....nbenr. Sliver Spring*, Md and
t R Dembi
i Thursd
Temple Bmai u- El Miami
with In Ml Nebo 'i me-
i i \ An b r menti by i: t
Family cum
to the Harold :' Pui i.
.in- ins) tuti
ROSENGARTEN
HENRY i>. ;;. of I1M BW II St.,
i :r.v iv Bunday, .\'.\ w. I i
been resident of Miami for the
pas) omlnsj from .'.
bury, Conn and was the owner of
l Rosencarten I'urs He wan :i mem-
ber of Beth David Congregation and
Its Men's Club and was member
of the Hoard of DlrectorK of Beth
David ami also was a member of
B'nal li'rith. Mr Itosengarten is
survived by his wife Dorothy,
brother Theodore oPNMB and
ters, Esther Bwarts, Lillian Traurig
and Franc i-e I(arson all of Miami,
Services were held Monday at Gor-
don Funeral Home with interment
in W'oodiawn Park Cemetery Shiv t
is being observed" at 2130 SW 10 SL
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPAKTMENT OF STATE
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
In The Nam.- And By The Author-
ity or The BUte.OI Fi,V;';'.*.,. ,,.-
I,, mi. tn Wl.o.u THESE PRE-
8EN ra SHALL COME. GREETINGS:
EDWARD J CARONiam] ^^
BLraABHrrH CARMIAM1 FLORIDA
WILLIAM B-COLEMA^ ^^^
DELORE8 COLEMANam] ^
did on the 17 day of January. Ap
[Use to Incorporated unner
iwa ... the State ?f Florida
INTERNATIONAL COI E- AR COR-
PORATION a corporation, with Its
principal place of business at Miami.
Counts in the Btate of Honda.
an whereas such corporation did on
the 28 da) ol October. A i>. li
caUSI to be filed in the office Of the
Department "f state ol the State "t
Florida, the documentary ulnority
required under Section (08 87. Florida
statutes showing the dissolution of
such coi poratlon
Now therefore, the Secretary of State
does hereby certify to the foregoing
and that he is satisfifed that the
requirements of the law have been
complied with.
GIVEN under my hand and the
(ireat Beal Of the Stale of Florida.
at Tallahassee, the Capital, this
the 28 la) of >. tober a D i!*it
(State Fl ii Ida Seal)
DOROTHY W OLISSON
s,. rotary of state ( ^
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
In The Name And By The Author-
ity i if The state i 'f Florida
To ALL T< I whom THESE PRE-
SENTS sum.I. COME. GREETINGS:
u I reas,
!.l>\\ ARD .' CARON
MIAMI. FLORIDA
U BERT B MARX
MIAMI. FLORIDA
WILLIAM It TOLLMAN
MIAMI. FLORIDA
did on the I day ol Di i mbi r. a 11
u in- Incorporated ui Ii r
the lawn < the Btate of Florida
FIRBMAN8 I AND CORPORATH IN
a corpcratlon with Ite principal place
ol bu ii Miami, Dadi County
n il Stati of Florida, and whereas
such corporation did on the SO da) of
b r, AD, I97< cause '> be filed
of the Department of
state < the State of Florida, the doc-
umental-) authority required under
Section 608 -7. Florida statute.- show-
ing the dissolution of su-h corporation.
Now, therefore, the Secretary of Btate
does herebi certify t< the foregoing
ai i is satlsflfed thai the
requirements "f the law have been
d with.
I1IVKN under my hand and the
Great Seal of the State of Florida,
at Tallahassee, the Capital, this
the Vi day of October A.D.. 1S>74
(State of Florida Baal)
DOROTHY W CI.ISSoN
Becretary of state
II s 71
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
In The Name And |(\ The Authority
Of The State I >f Florida
TO ALL In WHOM THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COME GREETINGS:
v. hen
MAX FEIGELE8
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
MBLVIN FEIGELES
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
ARTHUR FEIGELES
MIAMI BEACH. Fl ORIDA
did on the 19 ii..-. of Novi mbi A.D.,
1957 causa to be |n< irpoi .,:i d ui
thi laws ol the Bl
MAC-AR-MEL INC. a corporation,
with pal
Miami Beach, Dade Count) In the
Floi Ida, and su< h
22 da) O -
A.D., i':i cause t" !" filed In
i'. rtmei
"f the i : i lorlda, the documi n-
i iuln .. lion
i Statutes, Bhowing the
ucl
s. .'. .1 g
herehj
and that he fled thai the re -
our n been
complh d w
QIVEN under my hand and the
i ;.., he Stal I I'

the O ad 1*74
te of Florida S<
I" ii;i ITHY u OLISSON
Si retan Stale
l: 74
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-33612
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
TIMI 'THY J. V1TT. Hsbai I.
A SAENZ ViTT v.
EL\ IK S m:\/. VITT
H L'nknown
Toil. KI.VIA SAENZ VITT are
i I that a D
: bei n filed as t you
and you an aulred to s,
ol your Answi i oi Plei ling to the
1 Attorney
MYRON l: x.\ ES(j ,. ,,'
N M B., FU nd file
rice of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 2Ui day i f
If you rail to
Judirment by default win be taken
Mralnsi ^..u for the relief demanded
in the Petition.
ThU do) ihall lv published once
each week (,,r four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORrDIAN
D led ai Miami. Florida, this Urd
day of October, A I> 1:174
RICHARD P. lilti.VKKii. t ,erk
Circuit Court. Dade Count v. Florida
By: J. BARRY MoCALLET
.. Oeputy Clerk
ti Mn int Curt Seal)
MYRON B. BERMAN ESQ
i'n I'.ox 1113
-N M II Fla. 3.1160
Attorney for Plaintiff
652-1602
l0/ ll'l-8-l$
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN.ANO.POR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.31679
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
1\ RE: THE MARRIAGE OFl
1.. his ARTHUR Bl ACK,
Petitioner,
MARY ELIZABETH BLACK,
Toi*MARYnELlZABETH BLACK
.hi Road
Cross Roadi
st Andn w, Kln
Y if ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action foi Dissolution of Mar-
rioge has been filed against vou and
you are required lo serve copy of
vour wi tti n defenses, il any to it
on DAVID E STONE attorney for
Petitioner, arhooe sddress Is i"l N.W.
II Avenue. Miami. Florid.,
,",r., 11 and file the original
with the clerk of the above tried
court "ii or before December 13th.
-,-.71 otherwisi default will be en-
tered sxalnsl vou for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice --hall !" published once
week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNE8S my hand and the seal
,.f said court at Miami. Florida OH
this 1st day of November IST4.
HICIIAHD P BRINKER,
Ai Clerk. Circuit Curt
1 i.ci, 'ounty, Florida
By Ai Deputy Clerk
" 'm u.t Court Scab
DAVID E ST" iNK. B8Q11RB
ini n w u'th Avenue
Mi.urn. Florida 83128 (824-4686)
rney foi Petitioner
11 8-16-tt-ll
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign) 1. di ill I rig I em
in bush -- under lh< fli titloui names
Of "Abel ft Chan D.D 8 ." Abel A
oh.,-, aid II Abi i. D.D.8 ,"
and "St" pill n F 'has. D D.8." at
1 South m in i' 'fi 11
and 4". N.W Bth Btreel 11 mi id,
F rida Intends to n glsti imea
m m. "f the Circuli C urt of
Dadi C unty, Fl" irlda
ABEL dt CHASE D.D.S..
A Pr JAMES s Ri 'I'll ESyCIRB
FRi 'MBERO FBI >MBERU ft
ROTH, I' A
M-102 lliscayne lltiibling
Miami. Florida 88130
Attorm J for Abel "has.-. D D S..
a Professional Association
11 8-16-82-tt
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. 74-30548
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IX RB: The Marriage u(
MA It I A F SORA.
Wife.
and
BFRAIN E BORA.
Husband
TO: SGT EFKATN K SORA
AIR FORCES ICELAND
1: \ JO*
F.P.O \. w York \ v
YOU ALL HEREBY NOTIFIED
for D DJution of Mar-
lave I beei filed ag tlnsl you and
\ "iu arc 1, quired Ii .....py Qf
) riur writtel !.'-. to II on
Harold cease peti-
r, wh..... addresi 1- Yl 1 9
Street, Miami. Florida, and
fi!- thi 1 : .,! with tl I the
abovi ill ouri "ti or before Nov.
1974: otl default
m 11 be 1 : ri d airalnsl \ou for the
manded In the comolaii I ,ir
to tltion.
Thli nol Ii e shall b< 1 nfa hed 01
feui
THE JEWISH Kl.i'KlDi.w
\\ ITNESS m) hand and the m .1
Id nurl .it Miami F la a
1 1
RICH u:i' P BRINKER
As C Circuit 1 'ourt
D. di County. Florida 3
B) J UAKin Mi CALI
a- Di put) Clerk
'.
HARI 'ID i'LASL ESQ
'
Atton for Pi tilioner
11 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. 74.30424
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
N RE: THE MARRIAGE OF-
ELIO ROJAS,
Petition"
and
AI RA ROJAS,
Ri imii d
TO AI'RA ROJAS
1 iu., Imerlci
"Ol ARE HERERY N< iTIFIRD
thai an act.on for D ,,f m ,r.
con rid
J"'" '" required 1 com of
-V;ur,".ri; to II m
a ...i.i-'o KO88. attorne) for Pe-
tltloni r. whi se uddn Is 101 \ w
'-Hi Avenue, Miami. Florida 3tl28L
an.1 [lie the original will ,. f
i?,0 I T,,re
..in. will be entered against yon for
thejreUef demanded In the oompaUnt
..-Tl;'l,"'iY '......biii'iisi,..,! nce
.. -. k f.,r f,,ur consecutive weeks
lnwT"E JEWISH FI^VRIDIAN.
"1TNB8S my hand and (he seal of
aid court at Miami. Florida on this
--id day or October. 1974
(Circuit Court Seal)
RICH \I!D p. HRinker.
A- "I. rk. Circuit Court
rv m'm ;',V-"U",V- ""Hda
By WILLIE HltADSHAW JR.
.KA._ As Denulv Clerk
ADOLFO KO88 ESOUIRB
Wl N.W. 1 L'tI, Avenue WE
Miami, Florida 22188
Attorney for Petitioner
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Friday, November 8, 1974
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LEGAL MOTKI
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICe UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
vi'TICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
lv .u.de-t-Utn.-d. AMlrlBB "' eiiaaRP I"
*. under the fictitious mini.- of
K'S SCIENTIFIC SELECTION
Irifvii i: iii Nankin Bite.. IMf* ne
I Bult. lit. North Miami
i F'a ItlCt lnt#ndi to rea star
with the Cleric ol the Clr-
; ,.i i>:! County. Florida.
ROBERT AI'FKI.
X E lS7th St.
North Miami BeMh. Ply. 331M
i" i- 11 l-f
I
1} XI
I
f, the CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
11 FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-28684
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tli' M irr-nee f
WITS PETIT-JEAN
II !
-I MARY FETIT-JBAN.
-I-; MART PETIT-JEAN
. R (ten Av nue. Am I
. ,...,. New York 11216
VoV IRE HEREBY notUled that
i hi solution of Marrhute
H ad ejratnai you and ran are
her<.'5 required to serve a "Pv of
, ,,r other pleading i" the
, ., on iiih Husband'i Attorney.
; i .. ;eks whose addraai Is
. -, ,\ ; Avenue, Miami. Florida
nd til* "" orUrinal with the
ih< above iti led Court on or
. .1 Au\ of November,
., Default i. be entered
Ins 4'h day of October.
RICHARD P BRISKER
C rk "i the Circuit Court
Hi I, AYALA
l" 11-18-18 11/1
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 Th* Mart-tare "f
JOANNE LEE DAVIS.
Wit*.
and
joKl. CHRISTIAN DAVIS.
Husband.
T< l: 'i "" CHRISTIAN DAVIS
Bambl l Hav< i lord, Pennsylvania
YOI ..i.i. HEREBY NOTIFIED
n action for Dlaaohitlon ol Mar-
i ..,, itai been I ed attains! you and
you an required to serve r copy of
your written defense*, if any. to it on
KWITNEY. KROOP A; 8CHEIN-
BERG, r \ attorney! for Petitioner.
him address li 410 Lincoln Road.
Sun. :.;:. Miami Beach. Florida 18189
.mil fill thi original with the clerk of
the above started court on or bafore
November 2". 1974. otherwls. a da-
fault will hr entered aajainal you for
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 74-80141
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MAltKIAtlE OK:
EMEIM CANNON
Wife
ri
JOHN I. CANNON
Husband.
You. JOHN 1, CANNON. RESI-
DENCE UNKNOWN, are hereby ni -i-
r, ,i i,v of your Answer to
the I li olutlon "f Marrlaae *">'>
ajntlnel you. unon Wife's attorney.
(1BOROE NICHOl AS, ESQ 612 N W
12th Avenue, Miami. Florldi
file original with Clerk of Court ar
\. vi mber 19. IW4 otherwise
i Petition will be confessed by
\,,U
Dated this 1Mb day of October,
1!'74.
KldlAKIi P UltlNKER CLERK
Bj .1 BARRY McCALLEY
Deputy Clerk
in 25 11 I v IS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
Will Win i !h- undersu.-.:-.!. I..slrl.ii: to eMMM In
H demanded In th.- complaint btistnesi under th ncWlous name of
or oetit -n Ku. h.-rln Purveyors at --! N"
I,.,- ,,.",i......hall be Bubltahed once [Wth Terrace. Opa Uocka /J|fM0"
each week for four ronaeoutlve weeks Intend to register saldnam. with the
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WTXESS mv hand and th.- seal of
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
...... rned, desiring to engage In
ji r the fictitious mime of
- BNTKAL at 854 mi, >' .i Intends to register
m with th. Cl.....< th< <-'"-
,f rj ide l Jaunty. Florida.
Rg INSURANCE AGENCY, INC
\ Florida Con...ration
;i SEIDEL, ESQ
im Applicant
u-ne Blvd.. Miam Fla
I.. 18-15 11 1-R
iurt at Miami. Florida on tins
da)' of ictober. 1974
RICHARD P HK1XKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
1 tads i 'ounty Florida
, 1. BNEEDEN
Ar i ieputy Glerk
ill i u-l Seal)
KWITNEY KROOP &
SCHBINBERtl P \
!:.. Lincoln Road, Su::.- Ill
m :. m Beach PI. r ds 38139
i;. PAU1 KWITNEY
Attorney for Petitioner
!:. 't-8
15th

Clerk of the Circuit Court of bade
County, Florida
LOIS <; HAltai*
Rl ISALYND BERN8TEIN
LO 25 11/1-8-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
. E i- HEREin GIVEN that
ned Baste In
- under the fictitious num.- of
SWIFT INSURANCE AGENCY
S W I 88 si N. Dadi Fla
ler said nam< w '.' : I
Ircult Court of Dads
da
SSI R NCE AGENCY. INC.
\ |- :., c rtMiratlon
I KKBEli BEfDHL ESQ
I n tor Anflu-ant
I Blvd.. Miami. F
1" 18-15 11 i-
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\". iTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'hat
the undpi
i, u dar tio fictitious name of
SW II T INSURANCE AGENCY at
- s Dade Florida
i to n eisti said name Ith 'lie
, rculi i ioui' i I Dade
M x..., |NSI H \SCE AGENC\, IN< .
A Fli rlda > lorporatlon
HERBERT SEIDEI ESQ
\ Vnnll. ant
. s>ne Blvd Miami. Fla '.:' .
10 18-25 11 1-1
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUiT. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74-J0320
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF:
I i RNKTTA F N'EACB,
H f.
vs.
CECIL NEACB.
Husl
Yi it CEi IL SEACE 2196 Shallow-
Road. Troutwood. Ohio are
i.Mi lifted '" serve i ony of
your Answer to the Dissolution of
fll .: BR-slnsl you. upon
ttorm y. GEORGE Nil HO-
i \s I'.-'.' 612 N W. l-'th \i lie,
Mlnii pinridi 18 and file i rlrt-
. th Clerk "f Court "n or before
:i othet w Ise the
i rill i.....nf' seed by ""
I at. >l this -1st day October.
\J\V V BRINKER '"' ERIC
Bs .1 BARRY McCALLEY
I'.i.utv Clerk
I.. 25 II 1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
1-1 IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I. di -irinr U
li. fll tltlOUS n.im. of
INSI R VNCE AGENC1
.-. \\ .- \ I lade, Fla int. nils
I i iiih nil the Clark
all Coui i "i i d County,
m BASF IN8URANC1
AGENCY INC
A Floi Ida Cons ration
Rl SEIDEI B84J
foi ApdIIi ant
. .li nvni Blvd.. Miami. Fla
i 5
88187
\OTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPER!Yl
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.F\ ENTH JUDICIAI CIPCU.T
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
CAPF COUNTY
C'VL ACTION NO 74-3f"i77
GENERAL Jl RISDICTION
D'VIS'ON
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
\. I E i >F
- Li'CK
Husl ..' Pi tltlonar
nd
l. tLIND M ^NAS LUCK.
pondenl
';, 15 m iJCTt M \NAS ''"N
,l i'nun. No, 1
YOU ARE HEREBY NoTlKHD
... iron fm Dtasolutlon af Mar-
filed aa-alnsl yi u ..".i
you ar......ulred to serve rotM of
.' ur 'vritirn d.-f. iny. to II on
\'ii. [LETTER B8Q attoi
Idress 's 1005 i'on-
Kresf RulhHna mi N E Second Aye-
ii. m am i"a iMtl. and file the
til the i-rk of ih.- above
?tvled court on or before v.\--nii'.r
874; otherwise a default will be
ajtafnal rou for the rIK -
mandMl in th- complaint or pet it ton
i all !>.- onli'l-li.'d on.-e
week for four i.....seoutlvt weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNB88 m hand and the seal or
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
C MARRIAGE
IN RE Ti" M \i:ki.\';k iF:
,;i "AN M i :;.'.' i' 8, Patltloi -.
SANTA n BRAOJOS. Raspondent
;-. i Santa G Braoloa
v..,^V:;',. S?e"reby NOTITTED
,!,.,, for 1 llssolutlon of Mar-
ha b. I "' '')
VOu .,-. renu red to rve cops ol
,,,u. written di f nsi if any. to it on
i.. i! ci iNZ II I"/.. JR atton > for
' idress Is 101 N.W.
l-ih fcvei ui Miami. 1 lorlda
'" one I ,
fll, th. original with the i lerk of
i x, mvled court mi or b. rore
ml i 1974 otherw ; -
, i. nti n i against mu i"f
led in the omi
til i puhllsl ed anc
foui i ui
,,* THE FEW ISH Fl OR1DIAS
v, i SESS ni I Ih< '
F orldn on I
, i I>ei. l".'
-
P RRIN
Circuit Court
i rnit) Floi nl.i
By .1 BARRY M CALLEY
^ 1.. pul j Clerk
Rov G ''
ni N W 1 \ "
i I
Atiorim lor Petitioner^ ]; ( ..
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 74-79357
GENERAL JURISDICTION
P>IVIS'ON
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN R R Th. marrlaae of
DAV'D 1 H I".ATM.
Husband.
. !
r.V'T, i.v ANN HEATH.
YOl'fepATRRCIA ANN HEATH
own are reotilred to
,, v iur ansv, er to the petition for
,,... 0'u f man lasri a th th. < I" rk
of Hi. above I "oti erve a conv
'.-. uoon petitioner's attorney.
ii. rmn Col en, Baa 822 s \v 1st
-,.' Miami Florida, 881 on oi
. > .. ntber 19, 19741 i r i
III !< confessed
orTOBEH 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk, Circuit <"-urt
P.v i: .1 POY
15 11 l-t
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the und.rsu-ii.il, deKtrtns i" .-iiKair.- in
business und.-r th. fictitious name ol
SCOTT MILLERS PAMPERS at P.O.
Boa 1810, Bouth Miami FlS :I3143
int. nds to reatlster said name with the
Clerk of th.- Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
BO ITT MI 1.1 F.R
11/1-8-15-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FlORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-7059
In RE: Estate of
MAX LEWI8
11. i .1-. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Per* i H tv-
Ing Claims or Demands Axalnat Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and reeju
?d t.. praaant any claims and dan
which you ma) have against th.- os-
tate "f max i.F.wis deceased late of
Dadi County, Florida, to thi Clrculi
Judsres of Dade County, and ni th.-
sum.- in duplicate and as provided In
Section 788.16, Florida Btatutes, In
their offices in the County Courthauxe
in Dade Count) Florida, within foui
calendar months from ih. tlm< .-'
fn.-i publication h.r.i'f. or the same
will !' l.arr. d
Piled al Miami, Florin*. Hi"- Mid
AH 11-74
JOSEPH ROTBNBBRG
I BO ROTENBERG
As i'"- Administrators
First publication of this notice on
the Is: dav of November. 1974
ARONOVITZ SILVER a ItooTH
Rv Max R Sllvi r
Attorney for Co-Administrators
... \ \ Bulldina
Miami. Florida 33132
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FlORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
JOSEPH NESB'TT
nrp|TC plVISI"N
PROBATE NO. 74-7109
in in-: Kstat. ol
TRAM TIM.'M.K
' NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Ha)
i, t Claims or Demands Aralnsi Bald
\','u' .,.. hereb) notified and reoulr-
. ,i i,, ,,i. -.i any lalmi and demands
which vou ma) hav. i i <
RAM TIMONBR deeeae-
...ili. rounf rlda to
. rirouH Judaei ol Dade C u
i, 781 IS. Florida
ui. i ii tl.....ffl' I" '.,"u".'v
-.,-. ,,. Dade Count!
within four calendar months front
t.m. of the flral publication hereof.
,.r the sam< will be barred
, Miami. Florida this 84tH
da) of Octobei M1 I
PATRICI \ TIMONBR
A* Executrix
,-.. :,,,: Unn of Ihls nice "ii
1,1 ,;.,, i v,.M mber 1974.
SPA I BEH ZEMEU HtlSkLV
HHll BRONNER and KAR1 I a
Ailorn, ys for Ex. utrlx
inn n Blscarne Blvd .
M in K orlda 88181 s
that
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Hie undersisrnod, dcnirlint to enKain- in
business under the fictitious nam.- or
HARVEY ASSOCIATES al 1878 I ol-
llns Avenue. Miaou Beach, Floriaa
intends to register Mid name with tne
Clerk .'i ih- Circuit Court >.f Hade
County. Florida. ,
Fi ni: STAR TOURS. INJ
Myers, Kaplan. I^vlnson & Kenln.
Att.vs
By Geors:< R Rlohardi
1418 Brlckell Ava.
7th Fi.-"
Miami. FI. Illtl ^ u]
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOT 11 K IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Hi, underslKiied denirlnu '" ntraae
in buslnt ss und' i ih im.....n name
OF AA VENDING CO. at P.O. Box
1565, Hlaleah, Fla 88911 Intends to
racistei said name with the Clark "t
tin Circuit c.uit "f Dade County.
Florid.. ...,.
Al BERT! AQRAMON1E
Srdm \ Efroneon
Attorne) foi Applleanl
u X E i Avi Bultt l^
Alnale) Bid* Miami. Fta *g.15.2,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74-29592
NOTICE
IN RE: The matter "f
Adoption of:
PATRICIA BUZANNE K"\ Af
TO: CHAR1 ES HAH' 'I D SODER
in West :n Street
Eric. Pi no- vlvanla ...,..
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the Petitioner. EMU. KO\ y.
I .,- fill i petition in th< abavi -at) ed
i.n.i f..r Hie adoption of the adult
named In that petition and v.'" i.rc
. ..p.in mded to servi rJ ol vour
written defense. i( any on Stephen I..
Raskin Petltlom r's attoi ne) whose
.,,i,ir.~. is ::"" Bird Road, Miami,
piorldn --I ni I i Nov. mber
-- 1874, and file the original with the
Clerk .: ihls couri either before serv>
i.......i 's attorne) or imme-
(h:... ., ftet otl rwlse de-
(,uli ma) i"- entered asralnal vou for
the relief demanded In the Petition.
WITNESS m) hand nnd sea1 of the
(,,. Miami, Dade County, Florida,
this ISth da) of Octobei \ I- I9i 1.
RICHARD P BRINKER
, -1 nl Ihi Cli ull <""urt
liv .' P i'i IPBI.AND
Depute '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\, piCE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
.i deslrlna I
,, | ,,. ..... ,1. r Hi. fl. mi -.i- name
,mi: BERVli
... i.i. Miami. Fla
i, i, ,:- mi ivlth th*
, r. ull Court Dade
1 !E'STE"SR GONZALEZ
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREB1 OIA'EN tl fl
,! di sirlns ti
u ,,
1981 S.V. -I
name with tht i "k
,-,., mi Court ol Dade County.
' jBgoa URIARTB
in :. li l-8-ls
NOT'CE UNDER
FICTIT'OUS NAME LAW
N-, TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
u ned.
  • under ihc fictitious name of
    n \i-n iX M BEAUTY S.V ON
    \ Washington Avenue. Miami
    ... intends to rasrirter
    tho thi
    ult < r Dnd. Count)' Florida
    INTERNATIONAL BEAUT!
    .- \ I X INC
    DANtEl RETTER ESQUIRE
    Utorni v for Applicant
    ii.. idn ^
    Fl rlda S81M 8-15-M-M
    d o ur' at Miami. Florida on
    day of October. 1974,
    HlfllAIM. P BRINKER
    A- Clerk. Circuit Court
    Dad.- <"ounty. Florida
    Hi p 'ITI AND
    \ Deput) I'lerk
    u.i i 'ourt Seal I
    1 ANIEI RETTER ESQUTRE
    Bulldlnsl
    ' N E tad Avenna
    Miami Florida 33132
    8090
    Attorney for Petitioner
    10 25
    this
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOT!' E IS HEREBY GIY EN that
    thi underslaned deslrlna t.
    buslnese under the fictitious name of
    House ol Hors D'Oeuares of Miami at
    -ti x \V litth Terruce. Ops LocKa.
    Fla S30B5. H tend M realstei
    .,. w th. Clert of the Ircult
    ,,.ur, ... Pa.;-;;;;^,?;,;''
    ROBERT R. HARRIS i/i-g-18
    11 1-8-11
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    ,i. deslrlna to < nstaai in
    i-uslness under the fictitious name of
    CUSTOM SECURITY BYSTEMS at
    1497 N.W 7th Btreet. Miami. Honda
    .1 ti register said name- with the
    Clerk of the Circuit Oourt of Dud*
    ( i ui.: \. Florida
    Oeoeate ljiunhlin Morrison. Owner
    Lea R I'laskoff Owner
    I .avid M. (ionshak
    Attorney for Applicants
    14*7 N.W. 7th Street
    Miami. Florida ^ un.t.ib
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY (il\ EN that
    the undersli.....I. -i.Mrinu' to encam In
    buslm under th.' fictitious name of
    INNER VIEW gN^SRPRI85f.rldi
    s.,..., ,:,-,,, Blvd Miami. ""
    ''""ixN.^'YiEWEXTKKrKisES
    I -. RsMUond K Gardner, l reaMent
    MicheHne J Wessler Secretan
    Attorneys for INNER \ IBM
    ENTERPRISES
    , h M-lli. a MARCUS
    444 Brlckell Av>- Suite 1<>0
    Miami Florida 33131
    11 1-J
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOT IE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the underalnned. dealrkaa; to won In
    business und.-r th.- fi.-imous nam.- of
    Vaaar tilfts at 1HCS S W. First Street
    Miami Fla Intends to r.-clMer said
    SSTwlS the .lerk Of the firouit
    Court ol Da* County. Florida
    VAZAk D.STR..rT.g.HS INL^,
    NOTICE OF ACTION
    CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAt CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY.
    GENERAL JURISDICTION
    DIVISION
    CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-80968
    IN RE: Hi AXCH l- GLASS, W IM
    and .. .
    \\ II MAM B ''' ASS '"" .
    ACTION FOR DISSOIUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    To will 1AM ii Gl ass Husband
    Residence and address unknown
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFI 0
    thai an action far Piss..union ef Mar-
    riaVe has been filed awlnai vou and
    vou an reoulred to ryi ooro oi
    vour written d.f-ns. B. If at. v. toll
    ,, WAl.TEIl B LEBOWITZ EB-
    Q1TIRE. attorne) for <'V,'","""r- "'I'-V
    sddreat Is Suite 808. 850 l toicoln Bd..
    Miami Beach Florida tt*J '-
    th, TMrlnal with Ihe clerk of tl,.
    KDov. styled con on i i befi 1
    iniiii-r :. 1974; otherwlae ;i;(-'1'
    will i.. entered aJtalnat yeu far m
    relief demanded In th. compUInt or
    ^WITNESS nw hand and th. seal ol
    raid court si Miami. Florida, on this
    j 11, tober, if"4 _
    " RICHARD P BRINKER.
    , -,, .k i"n ull Court.
    Dadi County, Florida
    llv 1. SNEEPEN
    IH-nuty Clerk
    (Clrculi Court Sean
    WALTER B LBBOWITZ
    Road
    Miami Beach. Florida 1-8-U-28
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE I.- HEREBY GIVEN that
    the underslim. sirlna to a< in
    lu.,, under the fictitious name of
    BIXESS PEBSONNEl. BBKVI. BS
    ,: s Dixie HlKhwav. M
    ntend ree-tstei -..... ""
    cult C urt of
    I' idi C unty, Florida .
    MARSHALL INDI STR1ES. IM
    I l S I -
    NOTICE UNCER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
    Baa* in
    Vl 0O1 I E< I RN v.i.m^
    . ,-... -- ., Pi
    ,nd> to res aald i
    Ull ...urt of
    i Coui J\ Fli ....
    PATROI. AND
    SK 'i RIT1 AGEM V IXC.
    ,^ -, iw n.-r
    b\
    t h P.A
    \,-,. Applicant
    ; \ -,'. \- nue
    Miami, Fla 81186 n ( _
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOT'CE IS HEREBY Gl> BN that
    the undersumed deslrlna to eroraKe In
    business UB414W Ae ffetltloua uam o
    SANTA FE BHOPPIKG r N iKI al
    ! s'orthwest Mh Ave-
    nue Miami. Fl. TVHl
    ,.r -iii.l name with the Clark ol the
    Circuit Couri of Dnd. County. Florida.
    ,,l'. >RGE S VMPA8
    OEORGE 8AMPAS, E8Q1 IRE
    Attorne) for Santa Fe Shopping
    120 l'm. .In Road. Suite 811
    Miami lu-a.-h. Florida ttWt^ ( ( [g _
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
    ih,- underalKned deslrlna to .-ncaKe in
    business under th, fictitious nam- ol
    .AMI" El ECTROLY818 at l4M
    \ r Kth Avenue. Miami. Florida 88168
    to realsti r said name wiin
    thi Clerk "f the Clrculi Couri w D6"
    County. Flarlda
    MARY K DEAL
    14-4:. N W 2nd Avenue
    x.-i ih m laml l"
    HENRY W LAB
    Attorne) forjtarj K. D-ai^ R ,. ,2
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
    tho undersigned deslrlna to eneaae in
    business under the fictitious name of
    SORTH STAR DISCOUNT at 1J4M
    \ i tth Vvei u< Miami. Florid
    I, ds lo rejtiater said name Ith the
    Clerk of thi Circuit Court 'i Dt.de
    County. Florida.
    AI'KAl DISTRlBUTORi INC
    16164 X E Sih Av.nue
    Miami. Florida 88161
    HENRY Wl Cl ak
    Attorney for AI'KAY
    DISTRIBUTORS WC ^.|M|
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    11TH JUD'C'AL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIOA
    GENERA'. HiCISDICTION
    DIVISION
    CASE NO 74.30243
    IN RE T < ,.,. ,,.
    MORRIS El BERT LAM REM E.
    I -,
    BTE1 I REED I \ RENCE
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MAPRIAGE
    TO: STELLA REED LAWRENCE
    Route 7. Box 198
    'arolina I. -
    u llll i Road ........
    y. .; -, !BBY NOTIFIED
    ,1,.,, ,.,,, \, ,. .... ii # lutlnn of Mar-
    . ... i ... iinsi ou and
    i ... ., i, ;i copy of
    your written defenses, if any. to II on
    l .. SHEPPARD, Atton
    OI'.KIS El BEl'T i VW I"- CE.
    RW
    Florida and file
    ll orlirinal with the Clerk ol the
    ,i......n led Court .oi r before the

    III |m nti red .ni.. si v.'U
    I in the c. m-
    hall I-.- t"'1 h' tl
    ,, wei k.....'' secutlve wi -k
    r- i-.-s im i -i and al ol
    uri .' m Flo nl this
    RIOHAR1 BRIN CEH Clerk of the
    i 'in u
    p, U S Di P1ETRO
    I lei
    flPCIMT Cl "URT SEAL
    BERT /. M IRV1N for the firm
    . \i\i:\ IN .v SHEPPARD
    ,. -,, > w R7'h t snue
    Florida
    1 10'tS
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    11TH JUD'C'AL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOP DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    GENERAL JURISDICTION
    DIVISION
    CASE NO. 74-30242
    i\ re 'r'; Mai rlaae of
    LINDA BISHOP HAHX,
    Petitioner _
    vs. '
    11A I I'll UASON HAHX.
    I,. niopdent.
    ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
    OF MARRIAGE
    TO KM I'H MASON HAHN
    I is s i Ireen Btreet
    Winston Salem. North Carolina
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
    iliat an A< tlon for Dissolution ..f Mar-
    ,; his been filed astalnst you and
    vou required to si rvi copy of
    % .in written defenses. If any, to it on
    MARVIN .v SHEPPARD. Attorneys.
    fr LINDA BISHOP HAHN. Pe-
    titioner, whose address Is 9168 8.W.
    >Tih Avenue. Miami. Florida and fi'e
    ih. ..ricinal with the Clerk of tbe
    above styled Court on or before the
    mi da) of November. IOT4: otherwise
    a Default will be entered asrainal vou
    for ihe rellel demanded In the com-
    Thla notice shall b< published once
    ,, week for 141 foui ronaeojitlve weeks
    in the Jewish Flnrldlan.
    WITNESS m\ hand and seal or
    aid Court al Miami. Florida. Oil!
    .... da) .-I October, 1814.
    RICHARD BRINKER, Clerk of the
    U I urt
    B) I. S 1'. 1 METRO
    I., puty Clerk
    CIRCUIT COt'RT SEAL
    HERBERT Z MARVIN, for the firm
    ,f MARVIN A. SHEPPARD
    s \\ *7th Av.-nue
    Miami. F-orlda 83186
    Phone: ;79-073O
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    Friday, November 8, 1974
    Good Taste is always First at Food Fair
    REASONABLE PRICES ON A GREAT VARIETY OF FINE FOODS!
    SAVE 3 WAYS!..BONUS SPECIALS! ..HONEST VALUES!.. PLUS MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
    FLA. OR SHIPPED GRADE A' FRESH ICED
    FOOD
    FRYER
    QTRS.
    LEG OR BREAST
    LB.
    FRYER
    PARTS
    FLA OR SHIPPED GRADE A' FRESH ICED
    WHOLE BREASTS WITH RIBS
    WHOLE LEGS
    THIGHS OR DRUMSTICKS LB.
    89
    U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK
    BLADE STEAK 99'
    U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK UNDER BLADE ^ __
    POT ROAST BONELESS $149
    U.S. CHOICE WESTERN

    ____ WHOLE OR < m 40
    BEEF BRISKET..........>*!.?. ......... 149
    U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF ROUND
    BOTTOM ROUND ROAST............... $1"
    U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK __
    UNDER BLADE STEAK BNLS. $159
    U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK __
    SHOULDER POT ROAST BNLS., $149
    U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK AllMO
    SHOULDER STEAK BONELESS $ls
    U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF ROUND .
    BOTTOM ROUND STEAK.............- $169
    U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
    BEEF CUBED STEAKS.......................... $189
    FAIR
    SUPERMARKETS
    PRICES EFFECTIVE FROM DATE OF PUBLICATION
    THRU SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 10th
    AT All FOOD FAIR STORES
    EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
    GET AN EXTRA BONUS OF
    MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
    FOR VALUABLE GIFTSI
    BONUS SPECIAL SAVE 30l BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 16
    ON > CANS
    FYNE TASTE YELLOW CLING
    LAUNDRY DETERGENT PEACHES
    FRUITS & VEGETABLES
    DISPLAYED IN GREAT VARIETY TO MAKE YOUR CHO.CF
    EASY AND TO YOUR COMPLETE SATISFACTION
    SWEET TENDER FLORIDA
    YELLOW CORN
    10-98*
    FLAVORFUL __
    Nutritious Mushrooms........'. 9oc
    CRISP AND TENDER _
    Green cabbage.......................lb 15c
    CRISP ^ --
    Red Radishes 2 i& 23e
    MARSH SEEDLESS WHITE
    GRAPEFRUIT
    10 98*
    THE BEST EATING SlICCD
    FOR A
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    79
    49-OZ.
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    HALVES
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    SLICES
    49
    29-OZ.
    CAN
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    OF $' OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
    LIMIT 2 CANS PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
    OF S7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
    Hawaiian Pineapple..........%8f 98c
    GOOD MASHED OR -
    Candied-Yams .......................lb i9c
    SALAD DRESSING -a
    Marie's Thousand Island !. 99e
    BETTY CROCKER
    ALL VARIETIES
    WEIGHT WATCHERS
    C 18%-OZ. I "GHTN1IVELY
    PKG. FLAVORS
    P.P. BRAND FROZEN
    Sweetener.............................omoo
    89
    FINEST QUALITY
    100%
    FLORIDA
    ALL VARIETIES
    35c
    12-OZ.
    CAN
    DELICIOUS
    Friendship Buttermilk .? 47c
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    DAIRY FRESH
    Half and Half..................container
    Salami or Bologna
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