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

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^Jewish Fknidian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH MEKLY
Volume 47 Number 46
Miami, Florida Friday, November 15, 1974
one by Mall Two Sections Price 25 c?nti
irafat's Palestinian 'Justice': Death to Israel
-.; ["ED NATIONS Yasii
,. chairman of the Pa -
. eration Organization, ap-
e\ l efore the I N here Wed-
to plead for the estab-
n\ ol a Palestiniaii state
his addreu was keyed by
tents he made earlier, on
Sunday, In an ABC-TV inter-
view, filmed in Beirut, Lebanon,
in which he pointedly declared
thai peace with Israel was not
the purpose ol the PLO, but the
dissolution of the Zionist state.
IX His address here, he ask-
ed tor "justice" tor the Palestin-
who he said, had been up-
rooted by Zionist expansionism.
His talk also echoed state-
ments made earlier Monday by
PLO spokesmen on theli arrival
in New York from the [Middle
East, which for the flrsl time at-
tacked King Hussein, and which
hinted openly thai the PLO ob-
jective was ont only to regain
"all of Palestine." meaning Is-
rael too, but the East Hank,"
i'c presenting a substantial part
of the Hashemite Kingdom.
ARAFAT A XI) 10 other PLO
Continued on Page "A
Tel Aviv Slum Riots in Wake
Of Stringent Economic Steps
STRICT MONITORING NECESSARY
Zalmanson Fears
New Soviet Tricks
Bj DAVID FRIEDMAN
B> JTA
Silva Zalmanson believes that
only strict monitoring by the
American government will en-
sure realization of the agreement
allowing Soviet Jews to emigrate
to Israel.
She stresses thnt the Soviet
I Mion does not like to make con-
cessions and only agreed to the
deal contained in the exchange
ol letters Oct. 18 between Sen
Henry M. Jackson tD., Wash, i
and Secretary' of State Henry A.
ger because the USSR
American trade.
WEARING A blue jacket,
while blouse and red skirt. Miss
Zalmanson spoke Russian as she
was interviewed through a trans
lator at the offices of the Greater
New York Conference on Soviet
Jewry.
The Conference is sponsoring
her visit to New York which be-
an with her arrival from Israel
on Oct. 28. Her nation-wide
three week tour is sponsored by
the National Conference on So-
viet Jewry. Miss Zalmanson's re-
lease from a Soviet labor camp
last August after she had served
Continued on Page '.'A
JERUSAEM (WNS) The
government devalued the Pound
last weekend and in tituted .i
series of economic emergency
measures that included a II. l
billion cut in the national budget,
The Israeli currency, which i-
bas I on the U.S. dollar, is now
worth II. 6 tn a dollar instead ol
4.20. Viewed another way. the
Pound is now worth 16 5 cents
instead of the pro\ ious 42 cents.
the immediate conse-
quence ot the devaluation was .-,
sleep hike in the prices of con
Burner goods, ar.d protests, in
eluding a riot, by the workers.
The prices for some consumer
goods, such as sugar, were in-
creased three-fold. Many items.
such as bread, and home heating
fuel almost doubled, the price ol
chicken increased by 22 percent
Electricity rates are scheduled
to increase by Tit percent, and
bus and taxi fur's are slated to
jump 40 percent.
si:\ ERAL HUNDRED Tel Aviv
slum dueller, in Hie Hatikvah
set ion rioted against the soar-
ing prices Sunday and Monday.
Crowds smashed their way intc,
.-hops ami supermarkets shout
ing "We want sugar." The riotert
also attacked buses, police cars
and Other passing vehicles.
At the same time, some 40C
workers demonstrated outside
Continued on Page 2-A
Lrong After the Nazis,
Hungary Jews Thrive
SCHOOL CHILDREN 'VICTIMS'
Drill for Missile Attack
;, AVIV (JTAl Israel's largest city held a practice
ins) nissl !e attack 11 Is h eek.
IV. Aviv munieipnlitj announced that the exercise wai
of th< to evac e pie, care for Mm
: an i es in the
.1 !.il le altai
KNIOR akmv officers and civilian officials wltnei
i ii
lin to the plans school children won- designated
i i be L-va uati I I ecial centei i r medical
its of a new I I anl nl n tion center participated
. Ictin -" requiring emei ire.
unidpality recently purchased reaerve fuel tanks and
itors tn provide power for essential services In ease ol
By DR. ANDREW SIMEUIII
BUDAPEST (JTAl The
Hungarian Jewish community,
which .".ii years ago lost nearly
600.000 of its members to the
Nazi tenor, today is perhaps
the strongest and most active
Jewish community in all the So-
cialist countries
Three decades alter the Nazis
swept through Hungary, three
ftei Hungai ian Jews
e narrow streets i
i etto or were
led up i" be senl i i
ci nl: al ion i amps, 11 n
ii. i
cal and social coun-
try with determination ami vig-
or.
TIM < HAIRMAN of the Jew-
ish community, Geza Seifert, 62,
is said to have excellent rela-
tion- with the Hungarian gov-
ernment, particularly with the
State Secretary for Church Af-
fairs, Inire Miklos.
Seifert has been president of
the Jewish community lor 20
years.
A recent article in the com-
munity weekly. "New Life." de-
scribed Seifert as "a fine guard-
ian ol old .'' wish traditions and
al the same time one who is
working hard to assure good re-
lations with the state."
Ills RELATIONSHIP be-
t.. en tl e Jew ish come
nn l ivei nmenl
\. is I
cities the
.
Al thai time, the H i
gme nmenl .-sued a declai ati n
guaranteeing equal rights and
es for the Jewish jioopie
the first time in Hungarian his-
In ; that SUCh a declaration was
Continued on Page 6-A
SECOND STAGE OF ISRAELI-EGYPTIAN TALKS
YASIU AKAfAJ
keyed by TV interview
Ties To
Blacks
In Danger
NEW YORK (JTA) Oppos-
ing points o( view on preferen-
tial treatment and quotas in edu-
cation and hiring were expressed
by speakers at a luncheon session
of the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defama-
tion League's four-day annual
meeting here.
The topic WBJ "Black-Jewish
Relations," and the speakers
agreed that the fate of Blacks
and Jews were intertwined but
that their alliance, born of a
common experience of racial dis-
crimination, was being jeopard-
ized by opposite views on quotas
and preferential treatment.
DR. AI.VIN F. Poussaint, as-
sociate professor of psychiatry at
the Harvard University Medical
Sc!"..ol. who is Black, acknowl-
edged 'hat "there is still a cor
relation between being anti-
Black and anti-Semitic." and ob
served, "We can and should
each othc not fi ht each othei
Bui be i
: of job and
criteria" as an al
to be fair and objei
ud 'net tecessarl
treatment."
Dore Schary, honorarj i
man ol the ADL, sai I the i
was for extra i r ion in pri
mary schools, high schools 11 I
colleges so thai more Blacks i an
find room at the top; loo-
Continued on Puge 6-A
New Kissinger Scenario for Mideast
AHARON YAKIV
nt Soviet veto
JERUSALEM(WNS) Sec-
retary of State Henry A. Kis-
singer ended his latest Middle
East visit and left behind him
a scenario that calls for a second
stage of Israeli-Egyptian nego-
tiation for a partial Sinai settle-
ment to begin next month, if all
goes well.
Kissinger, who brought that
proposal to Cairo and Jerusalem,
hopes to hold preliminary talks
with Israeli and Egyptian rep-
resentatives in Washington in
the coming week- and to return
to the Mideast next month to
finalize the time, place and level
of the new talks
KISSINGER WAS -aid to have
expressed the hope thai the Is
raelis and Egyptians will have
concluded the agreement before
the scheduled visit by Soviet
Communist Party Secretary Leo-
nid I. Brezhnev to Cairo in mid-
January
k r eis return visit to the
Mid. .1-1 will follow the scheduled
summit meeting between Presi-
dent Ford and Brezhnev in Vladi-
\ ostok next moi tli i aoliso
es expressed be ief that K
ger, one' a
the Soa i< i Union on 'he Middle
Baal and thus h \H off their re
I thrusl >r influence in
pt.
Israeli Ini irmation Minister
Continued on Page 12-A


Page 2-A
* Jen is* fhrXfian
Friday. November 15, lfy
Zalmanson Fears Soviet Tricks
Continued from Page 1-A
four years of her 10-year sen-
tence was directly due to the
pressure of public opinion, she
said.
But she added she was afraid
that her freedom might have
been only a "symbolic bone
thrown to the West" to quiet the
international clamor over her
case. She expressed fear that
others, such as her husband, Ed-
ward Kuznetsov, and her two
brothers, Vulf and Israel, might
not be freed before the end of
their sentences.
Her husband, who was origi-
nally sentenced to death for his
role in the alleged conspiracy to
hijack a Soviet plane to Israel,
had his sentence commuted to 15
years after a worldwide protest.
Vulf is serving a 10-year term,
and Israel, eight years.
Miss Zalmanson said she was
particularly concerned about the
40 Jewish "Prisoners of Con-
science" still in Soviet labor
camps and felt that efforts to
free them should gain top prior-
ity because they were in danger
of their lives.
.Noting her own UlMM while
in a labor camp, she said the
Soviet authorities do not provide
roper medical attention and the
only way to get it is to go on a
hunger strike.
SHE HAS not received any
news from her husband since her
release, and only one letter from
her brothers. Because of this ex-
pressed concern that the refer-
ences to the prisoners in the
Jackson-Kissinger letters were
vague. Malcolm Hoenlein. the
GN'YCSJ's executive director,
noted that Miss Zalmanson had
met with Sen. Jacob Javits (R-.
N.Y.I for breakfast, and he had
promised to seek a clearer state-
ment on the POCs.
Javits also asked for a list of
Soviet Jews who have been har-
assed since the agreement was
announced, Hoenlein said.
Miss Zalmanson said that pub i
lie nresnre in trie United States
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SUVA ZALMANSON
and other Western nations must
now be intensified to ensure that
the agreement is kept and that
the prisoners and other Soviet
Jews are allowed to emigrate.
She spoke warmly of her feelings
toward Israel where she has been
living for the past two months.
SHE SAID the people she has
met have greeted her with great
hospitality, frequently bringing
tears to her eyes. She noted that
she never cried before her ene-
mies but now thut she is among
her | eople she lets her tears flow,
"It's like living in a dream."
Miss Zalmanson said. She added
that she is still "captured" by
her prison experiences and that
in Israel she feels as though she
i.; in a movie theater.
As for criticism by some So-
viet immigrants. Miss Zalmanson
said Israel does more for new
comers than any other country.
She speaks some Hebrew which
she learned before being sent to
prison, and remarked that He-
brew textbooks were smuggled to
her in prison but conditions were
too difficult for her to study.
MISS ZALuiIANSON. recalling
the first Leningrad trial in De
cember. 1970. in which she and
the others were sentenced, said
tht the average Russian wanted
all of them to be shot. Asked
about the Soviet government's
charges that she, her husband
and brothers, and others at the
trial were intending to hijack a
Soviet plane, she said the group
had planned the hijacking, over
the opposition of the Israeli gov-
ernment, because they had no
hope and were seeking a miracle.
She said they wanted to stage
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a demonstration because it was
impossible to continue living as
they were, never knowing if they
would be allowed to go to Israel.
SHE SAID they always be-
lieved that they had a 50 percent
ebance of being killed and a 50
percent chance of being im-
prisoned.
Before the Leningrad trial. Is-
rael had urged the United Na-
tions to adopt an anti-hijacking
resolution, -Miss Zalmanson not-
ed. After the trial, she added,
the Soviet Lnion supported the
measure and it was finally adopt
ed.
She also noted th*.t after she
and her triends were sentenced
the Soviet Union began allowing
large-scale emigration to Israel
because of the publicity caused
by the trial.
Miss Zalmanson spoke moving-
ly of the two non-Jews who had
joined the Leningrad group and
were given even harsher treat
ment in the camps than the
Jews.
SHE SAID she did not agree
with the Israeli government's re-
fusal to grant them citizenship.
She said her Husband and others
will not accept release from their
sentence unless the two non
Jews are also released
Street Riots
In Tel Aviv
C'ontinuei! from Pat* 1-A
the Histadrut headquarters to
demand union support for wage
increases to meet the sky-rocket
ing costs. Port workers in Ash
dol called an emergency meeting
for wage increases and threat
ened reprisals if they were re-
fused.
Finance Minister Yehoshua
Rabinowitz went on radio to an
nounce the emergency program
and to explain to the public that
it was required to prevent a se
rious economic crisis and further
depletion of the nation's foreign
currency reserves that have been
shrinkina at a dangerous rate
ISRAEL'S PRESENT foreign
currency reserves are reportedly
sufficient for the purchase of
only two months' supplies of es-
sential imports. Next year's ad
verse balance of trade is expect
ed to reach a record S3 5 billion.
Rabinowitz said that the country
has been living beyond its mean*
and urged Israelis to "beware of
the illusion that we can live the
life of peace and bounty when
the economic reality is of war
and privation."'
Premier Yitzhak Rabin said
that the stringent economic
adopted by the govi rn-
ment were an unavoidable part
of 'he notional effort to mobilize
l si ai resouri es for security,
ed on te!i-\
infoi mall as he
il in the way we Israelis talk
: .
His % v ere -
ated i" cushion the
of soaring prices for fuel and
basic food commodities resulting
from devolution and to convince
Israelis that the time tor belt-
tightening is at hand.
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Friday, November 15. 1974
*Jenisti fk>rid1an
Page 3-A
Israel Won't Deal With PLO, Rabin Says
: ... ^ By DAVID LAN-nAII -A.-u ..,.., ,__ ,.. ..
:.._' '-. -w %. >.;^ii> '#n DAu
JERISAI.FM (JTA) Premier Yitzhak Kabin declared in the Knesset that the Rabat sum-
r.it had Strengthened Israel's resolve not to negotiate with the PLO.
To those who urged such negotiations, lie replied that there could be no basis for talks with ter-
rorist organizations which deny our existence, "and use terrorist methods to f irther their purpose! '
The Knesset meeting and the three-hour debate following Rabin's presentation, took place Just
leiore the arrival here of Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger.
FOB ISRAEL to talk with
partial agreement with Egypt
must leave the Israeli army in
control of ;i considerable area
of Sinai in advance < : final
peace.
. i>i.o would give "legitimiza-
lo both its methods and its
he said. The UN resolution
the PLO to address the
Assembly was "a grave
ty" but it will remain
meaningless so long as Israel it-
ge]f rejected It
[srael will not recognize
those who plot against its very
existence," Rabin declared. Rabin
rated Israel's determination
t ., gotiate a West Bank settle-
ment with Jordan, and added
that he would watch Jordan
te< whether it would
surrender to the terrorists' dic-
tati -.
1 Israel "ill also watch Egypt in
i aftermath "f Rabat to see
if President Anwar Sadat ac-
- the ban which Other Arab
;< to Impose on further
]. Egyptian negotiations,
l. bin said.
THE PREMIER reiterated Is-
i letermination to conclude
il" rather than merely
tar) i act, as a second
ent with Egypt. The
it ix- a "stage of pur-
rogress toward ;
:. .-. said.
He envisaged the pact provid-
state ol non-belligeren-
' cy that would last for yean
rath' i than months, free the
ol periodic tension each
i the UN Security Council
had to renew the UNEF man-
date, and would contain political
and economic aspects and in-
clude a mutual undertaking be-
tween the phi ties,
"If we agree with Egypt on
the content. weWirhave no dif-
ficulty agreeing on the nomen-
clature iii the pact," Rabin said.
seeming to confirm the reports
that Israel would in fact agree
ti> a defacto non-belligerency
agreement
RABIN INDICATED that a
Court Martial
For Soldiers
Who Let
Settlers Pass
TEL AVIV (JTA) A
nan! and three enlisted
all army reservists, were
martialed for refusing to
orders to prevent illegal
era from crossing Into the
Bank, it was learned here.
The incident was first reveal-
ed by Premier Yitzhak Rabin
last week at a meeting of the
Mapam secretariate. But the
genera] p I lc was not informed.
apparently to avoid a further
heating of emotions over the
controversial settlement issue.
tiik runt reservists were
sentenced by a military court to
21-day prison terms which were
suspended. They were placet! on
probation for one year.
The me i have since returned
to civilian Ufa following the de-
mobilization of their reserve
unit. The. had been ordered on
the last da/ of the Succoth holi-
day to man a roadblock on the
Hebron-Jerusalem road to keep
would-be settlers from the reli-
gious community of Kiryat Ara-
ba from entering the West
Bank.
But the men refused to obey
the order and told their superior
that the) would not participate
in any action against settlers.
As a result, they were arrested,
held in detention for one day
and released to await trial.
Reading out the Rabat resolu-
tions on the Palestinians, Rabin
said that Israel did not yet know
which called for a future Egyp-
tian-Syrian-Jordanian-PLO coop-
eration would mean in prac-
tice. It could imply closer mili-
tary coordination, which would
be "very serious," he said.
KABIN ADDED that there
had been no hint at Rabat for
"readiness for peace nor was
anything said of social progress
for the Arabs themselves. The
policy of Khartoum and Rabat
will not triumph we can and
will prevent it."
The Knesset debate that fol-
lowed Rabin's statement was!
opened by Likud' IvIK, Lr. Eli*
melech Rimalt.
He said that the Rabat con-
ference should prompt the gov-
ernment to adopt a new policy
"because reality has changed."
He said Rabat was a failure
of American foreign policy, and
the end of certain Israeli expec-
tations. He called on Rabin once
again to form a national unity
government.
Turning to Jordan, Rabbi re-
called the Cabinet resolution on
June 21, affirming the need for
two, not three states between
Jordan and the sea. He reiterat-
ed his promise to ear new elec-
tions lief ore any territorial com-
promise on the West Bank is
concluded.
Addressing Syria
"We want peace
neighbors We I
to seek delay in
tiations. I am conviri
gotiations without
could i>i in., about c
lael-Svnan relatior
RABIN WARN! II
ers that neithi r t
lence nor acts o|
full -rale war.
litical problems, It
he sai I, to be estine a enanl
could be achievi d
war.
Rabin said:
ith all our
no reason
-ace nego-
ed that ne-
eeonditions
tlges in Is-
Vrah
ts of vio-
ence. nor
soh
I the I'
the PLO
ten
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rael's
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is in the
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for peace lay in
Referring to
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ment's detei n
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in the Jordan \
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Friday, November 15, 1974
Offense Was to Stone
:.a Office "n'i-Defamation Lague
^ congrc tag so quickly to the
Eckeid ad cc Richard St::
ran Ua on Election Eve to let voters know just how
i had stoop-:-d :or victory.
ill now the ADL has respond^ quickly once c~
time we ;:ously in welcoming
apology" offered by F I in a "damn sorry" letter-
pressed to S;o:i? thai Eckerd published in Florida
..spapers on Monday.
In the letter, Eckerd disavows any knowledge that
...e first ad, listing Stone cs "Jewish" and his mffll
srvice record as '"none," could have been taken as anii-
dtic
;ACT: On Election Day. Nov. 5, Eckerd stonewalled
negative response to the ad oy declaring that he was
: of being Protestant and couldn't see why Stone
wouldn't be proud of being Jewish," an explanation so
levant to the issue Eckerd raised cs to make his real
intention! clear beyond question.
FACT: The Eckerd offense wcs to Stone and not tc
ADL, and any afterthought "apologies" by Eckerd, it
ms to us, are a matter for Stone to accept or reject.
I the ADL.
Once again, we welcome the ADL's spade work in
I dirty senatorial race, but it should not be for the Jew-
community or Jewish organizations to let Eckerd and
the newspapers that cooperated with him off the hook so
easily.
The Struggle for Freedom
For many weeks now, Premier Yitzhak Rabin has
warned his people that stringent economic measures were
in the wind if Israel could be expected to ride out the
lctest Arab threat beginning with last year's Yom Kippur
War.
Now, the measures have been instituted, and several
hundred people, according to press reports, responded
Sunday in Tel Aviv by rioting.
It would be easy to criticize the rioters, but after all,
it is the Israelis who must bear the burden of these
stringent economic measures, not us.
However much we think we can identify with the
problems of inflation, devaluation and the precipitous ris
. g cost of living, our difficulties are nowhere naar the
nitude of theirs.
What we would caution is that several hundred rioters
not a nation make, and they should not be Judged
aly by us as irresponsible citizens who break the
e:wise solid national will oi Israel to sacrifice and to
Burvive,
If, in a democracy, people can not express them-
selves, whether in joy or desperation, they are not in a
cemocracy at all.
We must be open to expressions of different opinions,
even if it hurts. That's what spells the difference between
Israel and hei Arab neighbors.
That's what a good part cf the struggle in the Mid "
Last is all about.
Politics of Dismemberment
Nevertheless, we are certain that the Tel Aviv rots
d not go unnoticed by Yasir Arafat and his Palestine
Liberation Organization.
And if Arafat intended to be tough in his appearance
before the United Nations this week, it is clear that he
would be douoly tough once the reports of riots in Israel
were all in.
It is in the nature of things that Arafat should count
.his as "evidence" of Israel's folding under pressure, and
mat he should want to add more pressure of his own.
Our own resolve in supporting Israel in what is her
most difficult hour should therefore be doubled. No one
who heard Arafat on ABC-TV's "Issues and Answers''
Sunday can have failed to get the message:
The PLO is not cut for a negotiated peace settlement
with Israel if Israel only gives her recognition. The PLO
is out for the dismemberment of Israel.
Burden of Duplicity
A word of advice to all those sanctimonious delegates
meeting at the food conference in Rome:
Attacking the United States for failing in its "human-
itarianism" demonstrates their political motivations better
than anything else.
Not a word is uttered cbout the Soviets. Not a word
about the Arabs, with their already-bloated bank balances.
Why not question their level of coopration? Why only
America's, whose food-for-peace program going back over
the years already amounts to untold billions in the gene-
rosity and humanitarianism that the conference in Rome
overlooked so conveniently.
Such duplicity wrapped in the guise of morality is
more than the sanctimonious Indians, Africans, Chinese
and Arabs may be able to pull off for too long a time.
Is Evil Inevitable on the HiW
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s nagogue .
Partners or Comp.'l
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v hen I wrot last we< k that
not love, will hasten the
day of F Icration 5; igoguc
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ral in
iy"2. when Miami agoguc
I adershii tivelj
to a challenging column h> Rabbi
Joseph Narni asking "Should
:''.i. gogu< -'"
RABBI [RVING Lehrman, then
pre." Coun-
cil of Ami : was quoted in the
.Miami Ni as saj .-.:. '! dont
know of a sinf in for it."
And further, h;.\in^ spoken with
other rabbis, "All of ua were op-
posed to it." The main problem,
as it ai -i' in b> others, includ-
ing laymen, is "authority. Wit >-
ever subsidizes the synagogue
contio'. I* and :i> synagogue
would want that; l would be ap-
palled said the president of a
major locrl synagogue.
There's not only the question
of authority and control which
disturbs the synagogue people,
but the issue of ideelojp. Sam
Cohpn. of the Detri I Federation
at one of the CJFWF sessions
la.'t year, stated it from his
view: "Jewish education suffers
from a special problem partly
real, partly imaginary the -pec
tre of Ideology," and since we
dare not tamper with those be
1 ration had hot re-
main out stm
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oloey, or n.' Federations 1
give you communitj funds unless
we control that ideolog]
ThU ; ik nonsi
should i' labi led 1
out it really is, While it is -
nothing to boast about, commun-
itj after community has
find ways of sid 1 '
logical -ti
affecting anything hu'
the quality o' thai educal
that holds tin.
ami whoc a! fir.., there was h
lance, an.' 1 am sure m
many other commun : -
I THINK we have to a^k our-
selves why this question .>f
partnership has arisen in the
first place After all, religion -
only part ,,f the Jewish ex
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OUR MAN AT THE PALESTINE DEBATE
No One Has Elected the PLO to Anything Yet
J o
B, I'lTSt'HAK BBM GAD
an Arab, was standing In
, kel unemployed and
., some mischief
. mind. He started tell-
.. eople a fabricated
. i ml fish caught and
.. e each nearby tor
, i. to share. As he re-
tin sto .-. i assersb) In
the Kan running to in
i fii., |j in a classic
i dictum that n lie,
:ten, tends to
i. 'd as ti uth, .Mi
th< Frenzied rush
i SATK >NS The
is also the story of
at i e i nit d Nations.
, i \,.! .in the recogni-
, .,, the i"1' "s e> Idence of
i torj of a Palestinian
ed oul of its land and
i. [( refugee camps by an
lei" was accepted
i ;em ral Vssembly.
[he .'i Israeli explanation
i ii 6" i,.-,it ol the Palestin-
ian > citizenship in vari-
.. in, ics and that so i>er-
stlll Ih ing In M hat was
.. esl Ine was rejected. |
Till, PLO leadership of a "lib-
i\ nient" w as official-
ised even tho igh it has
>.<. .. te I by the Pales-
* ,i:.. i resenl them. And.
;i ingly, even its
n| innocent cl-
ir i lild i n in Kir-
>.11 > Vfaalol were
;ate
ma I n vemenl
i" killii
A it
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the Arabs.
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i an int ei nati nal
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na-
i ns of a
thej ive legal
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reason for
tinians is
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Anyone With Information
concornii'ij llie whereabouts of the
follov. 'is please call Hit
NatKn-l Council of Jewish Women,
576-4747.
MA?.? HUB, Burn 1905 in
<>c Tuss'-o
ABBI WSrVIRAUB, husband of
Maty, formerly with the U.S. sostal
service.
Tfrtre is a sister in Hit USSR
searching for ihem.
OAV C S1U 01 Porn Mil in UHj,
Poland
There is o Iriini in liroel
sco. chir.q iar him.
M el Yltschak Ben Gad. our
man at the United Nations dur-
ing the debate of the Palestinian
Question. A Tripoli-born Israeli,
the 32-year-old Ben Gad Immi-
grate I to his npu country from
Libya in 1953.
li" received u B.A. degree in
1983 and an M.A. degree in 19 18,
Wi'. i from the Mideast Depart-
n nl "I Par Han University,
Ti Aviv.
He came to tho \-.:\. in 1969
1 si idj in th : i Depart-
ment ol Dropsie University in
ulelphia. Recently, he com-
pleted hisdoctoialthesis on "The
Palestine National Movement
1929-1939."
He has appeared before colle-
giate forums at the University
ed Pennsylvania, Temple L'ni-
versity, and Drexel University in
KM GAD
Philadelphia, and Drew
sitj in Madison, N. J.
Univer-
Ben dad served in the Israel
Army from 19."* to 1961. and
v. as discharged with the rank of
sergeant.
They wanted to give the PLO
itself a chain'.. This ac
i er, di n s nol i ..
; hilosophy <>i the d
i tael.
SOME vi .v have vo
the PLO I......trai It,
i on will give II the n
leading a national n
and a legal status In
tional i ; ims. It w ill i
be dismissed as radical i utrenv
ists incapable of a
senseless i illi '
i enl civili i .....: i the
future it will devol
cnergj to a p< litica
to a\ 11 '.iiu-.' of a
limitation.
There ha> e been suj
thai Israel ought not l
duly excited about the Unit* I
Nations vote.
It is argued that th
are futile and for [>u ili
sumption. When action Is I I
'. I, m hat natters is the
. 'ii ol the nited States a-ul
SSR, and not what the as-
. ecommends.
IERAL REBUTTALS
I e r Mc in the various view.- ex*
pre I here. For instance, as-
" it it may he justified
[low the !, lei s ol nat
: i" se the I
." .itii ns a f'Tum for ma
clai must he aski d
if .ni- prh should be ex-
w!. i seek in
i ncml ei -
inteinat b
n i of the Unite l
Nations I rlst
a pi eci dent
.
e
re the ims ol
I lojni-
vil] force
its ei gy to a il
without
(iation.
And. significantly, Israel .1
sin ely sur\ i. e the I 'niti .;
Nations vote. Bui the real ,
M is ill the
vtfvdero
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Friday, November 15, 1974
7 S. Floridians Off to B'nai B'rith Confab
WASHINGTONSeven South
Floridians, all active in Jewish
communal affairs, left for Israel
.i> part of an airlift of some
1.000 American and Canadian
.:itos and guests at IS'nai
B'rrtb's international convention
there.
Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin,
his predecessor, Golda Meir, and
various high-ranking officials are
addressing sessions during the
NOV. 13 to 22 conclave in both
Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.
The delegates from South
Florida are Burnett Roth, of Mi
ami Beach, a member of the
Board of the B'nai B'rith Foun-
dation of the United States and
a commissioner of the organiza-
tion's Anti-Defamation League",
Milton A. Friedman, of Miami
a Circuit Court Judge, a commis-
sioner of the Anti-Defamation
League, as well as the B'nai
B'rith Youth Organisation and ;
past president of the organiza-
tion's District 5. a region extend
ing from Maryland to Florida'
Malcolm H. Fromberg. North
Miami, a vice president of thi
district and former president ot
the South Florida Council:
Alfred Colder. North Bay Vil
laic, a member of the Board ot
Governors of the district and
former member of the Board oi
District l. covering New England
and New York Si: te;
Samuel Pascoe, Miami Beach
a member of B'nai B'rith Adull
Jewish Education Commission
and former member of the Dis-
trict's Board of Governors;
Louis Ossinsky, Jr., of Ormond
Beach, a former president of
District 5.
Jay Markowitz. also a former
district president.
Torah I'mesorah Dinner
NEW YORKEighteen Jew
i h communal figures, leaders in
Hebrew Day School education in
North America, will be honored
at the 31st annual awards dinner
of Torah Umesorah. National So-
ciety for Hebrew Schools, which
will be held at the New York
Hilton. Sunday.
There are today nearly 474
schools offering a combined pro-
gram of Hebrew and General
Studies in 34 states and five Ca-
nadian provinces, according to
Torah Umcsorah's annual report
issued in conjunction with the
annual function of the Hebrew
Day School movement.
It is expected that nearly 1.00C
[ates and leaders in the Jew-
ish community will he in attend
ance.
Fred Herman Is
Acting President
The Golden Glades Chapter of
the Asthmatic Children's Founda-
tion has been formed and Fred
Herman, one of the founders, has
been elected acting president.
The chapter is seeking mem-
bers to join their efforts on be-
half of the non-profit organiza-
tion, which operates a Residen-
tial Treatment Center dedicated
exclusively to the care and treat-
ment of severely asthmatic
youngsters at 1800 NE 168th St..
North Miami Beach.
Persons interested in joining
the Golden Glades Chapter should
call Marilyn Herman or Janet
Blanton
Prof. Peter Lafferty
Forte Forum Speaker
Prof. Peter Lafferty will
apeak on "The History of the
University of Miami" (with au-
dlo-visua] presentation) at the
Forte Forum Tuesday at 1 p.m.
in the Forte Auditorium, 1200
West Ave. Miami Beach.
Prof. Lafferty has been with
iiv's development
Staff since 1972. He has B.A.
and L.L.B. degrees, and coordin-
the activities of the univer-
sity .too niemix?!- Endowment
mittee.

ON THE
V
TRAIL
A highlight of the Day School
movement's annual awards din-
ner will be the presentation of
the Torah Umesorah National
Award for 1974 to Joseph Mar-
gulius, of Winnipeg, Manitoba,
and Miami Beach, and the Torah
I'mesorah Innovators Award to
Moses Hornstein, of Mcrrick, L.I.,
and Hollywood.
The Torah I'mesorah National
Award, the highest national hon-
or given by the Hebrew Day
School movement, will be pre
sented to Margulius for his ef
forts on behalf of intensive Jew
ish education both in Canada and
the United States.
Labor Condemns Recognition
NEW YORK American labor
-pake out this week in no uncer-
tain terms against international
recognition of the Palestine Lib
eration Organization, as the Unit-
ed Nations prepared to lay the
red carpet out for representa-
tives of the umbrella organiza-
tion of terrorist groups seeking
to destroy the State of Israel.
Speaking at the 51st annual
convention of the National Com
mittee for Labor Israel at the
New Yorkk Hilton, on Nov. 21,
and at the massive rally of more
:han lCO.OOO persons at the Daa
Hammc rskjold Plaza on Nov. 4.
\FL CIO Secretary Treasurer
Lane Kirkland assailed the Unit-
ed Nations for its unprecedented
action.
In the historic throng in the
shadow of the United Nations
headquarters building were some
30.000 trade unionists who had
taken time off from work to join
the demonstration sponsored by
the Conference of Presidents of
Major Jewish Organizations.
Earlier. President Ford and
Israel Prime Mimister Yitzhak
Rabin, in messages te the 51st
annual convention of the Nation-
al Committee for Labor Israel,
lauded the support that
Americans have given to the Is-
rael labor federation during the
past half century and wished IBS
organization success in its future
endeavors.
i
Synagogue Women
NEW YORK Two thousand
delegates representing 10 Sister-
hoods affiliated with Conserva-
tive Judiasm in the United States
and four other countries will
meet in biennial convention for
five days of sessions at the Con
cord Hotel in Kiamesha Lake.
NY., begining Sunday, it was an-
nounced by Mrs. Henry N. Rapa-
port, president of the Women's
League for Conservative Juda-
ism.
Highlights of the convention
will be addresses by three of the
ranking scholars affiliated with
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America. They are Dr. Ger
son D. Cohen, chancellor; Dr.
Louis Finkelstein. chancellor
emeritus: and Dr. Robert Gordis.
Rapaport Professor of Bible.
Israel's Ambassador to the
United States, Simcha Dinitz,
will analyze the Mideast situation
as seen by the Government of
Israel in the licht of recent de
velopment in the Arab world.
!' id Schoenbrun. the noted
TV commentator and new- ana-
lyst, will ai-,i address the dele
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with a stress on ORT's dynamic
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of Jewish education.
SpeakinR to 1,000 delegates,
rt presenting 120.000 members of
the organization in over 900
chapters from coast to coast.
Bernard Wand-Polak. one of
ORT's top directors, stated that
"the reason for the existence of
Jewish schools derives from the
need to share with our children
the knowledge, values and tra-
ditions that make us a people,
"Our sights in Jewish educa-
tion." Wand-Polak said, "must
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CHICAGO Four American
Jewish communities and two na-
tional Jewish organizations will
be presented with 1974 William
J. Schroder Awards, the highest
sen ice honor bestowed by the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds upon Jewish
communal agencies, at the ban-
quet highlight 43rd Gen-
eral Assembly on Saturday ev<
at tiic Palmer House.
The communities honored in-
clude Cleveland. O., in the large
City category; Milwaukee, Wis,
am rig the intermediate size
citic-s; Madison. Wis.. in the
small city group: and the
American Jewish Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, the National
Jewish Welfare Board and the
Jen h Community Center of
Greater Minneapolis. Minn., with
a special award for their com
bined consultative services to the
fe,
34th ANNIVERSARY SEASON
GREATER MIAMI
INTERNATIONAL OPERA
eat 1974-1975 -
FRANCO MADY JOHN JUSIIN0
C0RELLI MESPLE REARD0N 0IAZ
as Romeo as Juliet as Mercutio as Fnar Laurence
JANUARY 18 and 25. 1975
DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM
JANUARY 22. 1975
MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
mm
NORMAN TERESA SAND0R GIORGIO
BAILEY KUBIAK K0NYA T0ZZI
as The Dutchman as Senta as Erik as Oaland
tbcflyitui Dutchman
k, R.ChARD AAGSER German)
FEBRUARY 10 and 15. 1975 I FEBRUARY 12, 1975
DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM | MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
JUDITH
BLEGEN
as Adma
LUCIANO
PAVAR0TTI
as Nemotmo
MARIO
SERENI
as Belcore
SPIR0
MALAS
as Or. Dulcamara
01
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by GAETANO DCN'ZET
; i ".jiijn)
MARCH 10 and 15. 1975 MARCH 12. 1975
DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
PIER0 CHRISTIANE UMBERT0 JOHN
CAPPUCCILLI EDA-PltRRE GRILLI MACUR0Y
as Rigoletto asGilda as The Duke as Sparafucile
Rigoletto
by Giuseppe verdi (m
APRIL 7 and 12. 1975
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APRIL 9. 1975
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Confab Trail: CJFWF Assembly Eckerd in Apology?
Conttanad '">''' PJseesnBig Page
Jewish community of Home.
Italy.
MOM THAN 2.500 Jewish
communal leaders and Pedera-
t; m executive! from the United
, will be participating in the
five-day General Assembly.
: opened on Wednesday and
concludes on Sunday. Nov. 17.
Considered a major forum of
the North American Jewish com-
munity, the Assembly will be
geared to the theme: "Crisis and
Response: The New Chapter."
it- more than 90 meetings a I
decision making sessions will be
devoted to an intensive assess-
ment of the critical social wcl-
far needs currentlj facing the
North American Jewish com-
munity, at home, overseas and
in Israel,
Tin Jewish Federation of
Cleveland, of which Morton I.
Mandel is pre ident. Iienrv I,.
Zucker, executive vice president,
and Sidney Z. Vincent, executive
director, Is being hon >red "for
its initiative and planning to
help stabilize and assure continu-
ity of a Jewish neighborhood"
' I I ".e,.mil Heights),
Till HflAVAl Ki': .)<: ill
Federation, of which Max ll Karl
i- pre li nl ind Meh in S. Zarct,
executive vice president, receive
i.vard tor it- "innovative
inter age ic; lerv cc to y mth, col-
lege Students and the elderly."
The Madison Jewish Welfare
Council, of which Mrs, Ghita
urn is president and Ernest
ii Budwig is executive director,
i< being honored for its compre-
hensive mod1 I program of serv-
ices to the elder!'."
For Slur to Stone
Zionist Chiefs Hit Rabat Move
NEW YORK (JTA) Tw)
Zionist leaders expressed grave
misgh Ingl over the implications
,i[ the Rabat decision for peace
efforts in the Middle East.
menting on the recogni
. the Arab summit confer
in Rabat of the Palestine
i ition Organization as the
olc representative of th? Pales-
M o|lie, Mrs Faj e Sehenk.
newlj i lected chairman of the
tnv -in Zionist Feder;
"constitute a setback for
Seen tarj Kissin 501't ett 'rts, a
k for those moderate Arab
who are not bcnl on Is
rael'fl destruction, and most
msly a major setback fai
, a .ii the Mill,He East "
dr. Joseph p. Sternstein
dent of the Ziom-t Oi
zation of America, said the ile
velopment in Rabat "unmistak
ably igna's ,i rejection by th<
Arabs of any intention of work
... leriousl} toward a negotiated
settlement."
Mr. Sehenk called on
"American Zionists, and indeed
upon all friends of Israel in thi.
country, to he ".i-iilant and aler!
to the implications of this do
velopment and to inform tin
American peoolc of the true na
ture and intent of the PLO is it
:' if has frequently ;t:it >d: Th
establishment of a PLO-dominal
ed state between .Ionian and I
rael i- but a first si ;p in a n isti
plan calling for Ihe destruction
of the State of I-rael."
Sternsti in observed thai rh
Arab- know beyond doubl tha'
I rael cannol | pi th
establishment of PLO domini -
over any at a if the West Hank
This decision has done a grav
dixservice to th.- Palestinian dim
pie and ha- erei 'ed further bar
i ers to the possibility of any lust
and lasting peace in the Middli
East." he said.
HE \l>OEI> th.t under th--
eircum-dances. "Israel has n-
choice but to stand firm and pro
ceed to take the stens necessarj
to provide for her security."
He also suggested that Israel
"must now intensify her efforts
to engage the Arab population
indigenous to the West Rank in
dialogue" for an understanding
thai onr'ides f ir expression ol
their Arab national :de'>tit>- and
for the realization of Jewish his-
V" 11 it ion 1 i f P.'n ii
: i hts to si Element in the
area "
Arab Terrorists
Killed by Police
Bj YITZHAK SHABGIL
HI. AVIV lJTA) Three
terrorists who Infiltrated
t ebanon were kllk d here
i clash with Israeli forces
Kibbutz Utah in I
ee.
re wen no Israeli casual-
The trio is i'li. ved t" have
enetrated the Israeli border
in 1975/J735. celebrate
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A MASSIVE manhunt is con-
tinuing throughout northern Is-
rael for another group "t ter-
rorists believed to have entered
Israel two weeks a i but who
,, -,, far eluded securitj forc-
es Chiel i t Stafl Gen, Morde-
rhai Gur, who visited the siti i I
the latest clash, said, "We do
not know how m in; of the other
Infiltratoi remain Inside 1st
but the fact is thai no act i I
terror have occ it red unl I now."
An Israeli so!dier was wound-
ed meanwhile when his patrol
came under terrorisl fire in the
Har Dov region at the junction
of the Israeli. Syrian and Leba-
nese borden.
Tiie fire was returned Israeli
artillery shelled terrorist concen-
trations i" the Tatahland" re-
gion of southeastern Lebanon
in what was described as "pre
ventive fire" to deter infiltra-
tion.
,\ Kt I.I. ale' t was del '
in Upp r Galilee when the infil-
trators' tracks were spotted.
Both police and army units
combed the area and sound
trucks drove thi i |h towns and
settlements warning the popu-
lace that terrorists were at lat
in the regi" n.
-;, hools irket* re-
mained open bul were under
,,,, ,i. When contacl was
the terror! ts
Iftah
M-as cordoned off.
Hires Kalachnlkof assault ri-
,n,i ammunition were found
the bodies. There were no
explosives or pamphlets that
im,,hl h,,w. indicated the nature
I yf the terrorists' mission.
Defeated Republican nominee
for the U S, Senate. Jack Eckerd
has apologized to his victorious
opponent, Sen. F'.lect Richard
Stone.
Eckerd released a 'damn sor-
ry" letter Monday in Florida's
major dailies in the form of an
advertisement in which he ex-
pressed his rcgr-t for a preview
advertisement his campaign
placed in the dailies one week
before, the eve of Election Day.
IN THE first ad. Eckerd listed
his qualifications for election, in-
cluding the fact that hc2 i^
Protestant" and a fornierkkkk
eluding the faet that he is Trot
estant" and a former "World
War II combat pilot."
Among stone's qualifications,
he noted thai stone is "Jewish."
For Stone's military si rvice
record. Eckerd listed "none."
The ad raised a furor here
capped by a statement by the
B'rith, which frankly pointed to
its anti-Semitic intent.
ON ELECTION night, alter
his capitulation. Eckerd denied
that the ad was anti-Semitic, Stal
ing 'hat he was "damned proud
of being Protestant" and wondei -
ing why Stone wouldn't be proud
of being Jewish.
In the second ad on Monday.
Kckerd told Stone that if he had
believed that the first ad could
be construed as being anti-Sem-
itic, he never would have placed
it at all.
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*-Jewlsi)fhridUar
Friday, November 15. 1974
j Three South Floriduins To
Be Feted By Torah Vmesorah
Three South Florida Jewish
community leaders Messrs.
Joseph Margulius of Winnipeg,
Manitoba and Miami Beach, Mos-
es Hornstein of Merrick. Long
Island and Hollywood, and Barry
D. Schreiber of North Miami
Beach will be recognized na-
tionally at the 31st annual
awards dinner of Torah L'me-
sorah. the National Society for
Herew Day Schools, which will
take place Sunday at the New
York H.lton Hoiel, New York!
City.
There are today nearly 474
schools offering a combined pro-
gram of Hebrew and lienorai
Studies '.n 34 states and 5 Ca-
nadian provinces according >
Torah Umesorah's Annual Re-
port.
The Torah Umesorah National
Award, one of the highest honors
in the Hebrew Day School sys-
tem, will be presented to Mr.
Margulius for his efforts on be-
hilf of intensive Jewish educa-
tion both in Canada and the
United States.
Last summer Mr. Margulius
made possible the initiation of a
SEED (Summer Educational En-
vironmental Development) proj-
ect in Winnipeg whereby a corps
of Senior Rabbinical students
from Baltimore established a
summer school for higher Jewish
education for both youths and
adults. Torah Umesorah. which
initiated and coordinated the
SEE project, al>o established
similar schools in Mexico City.,
Cincinnati, and Seattle.
Mr Margulius has also been
responsible for initiating and
supporting institutions for inten
sive Jewish education in the Mi-
ami area, thus upgrading appre
cialy the level of Jewish educa-
tion in the Miami area proper.
The Innovators Award, an hon
or bestowed only periodically by
the Hebrew Day School move
ment, will be given to Moses;
Hornctein for his vision in es
n the Ai h Dos Horn
stein Fellowshio Program whi^h
is geared to increase the number
need and dynamic I'*1
brew Day School principals and
A director of the Jewish Fed-
S h Bl
i rer of Touro College in
New York. Mr. Hornstein has
Ion,; been a I
Day Sc!i io]
:.- ; f the H
brev Academy of Nassau County
in New York City.
i mn t and chairman of
b ard i meri of the Hern < i
struction Company of Merrick.
N.Y., Mr. Hor
oi the Nal i Bank I No
America, trustee emeritus l
Hostra Uni N.Y., \
president of the Synagogue
Council of America and director
of !he America-Israel Cultural
Foundation. -
Mr. Schre ber will be a n
ent of the Amudim Awar
annually to 18 outsl mdin
the American Jewish rwn\
imtn ho h ive shown initia-
tive in the field of Hebrew I
cation. A graduate of
Yeshiva University and the Uni
versitv of Mi'-vlmd <>hi "f
Law (Juris Doctor), he is now
a charter member.
A oast president of th Yu -
Israel of Greater Miami. Mr
Schreiber currently serves ac
second vice president of that in-
Ititution.
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ers of the 170 Hebrew Day
School communities in North
America will gather at this major
event to pay tribute to Messrs.
Schreiber. Margulius and Horn-
stein and to the other Amudim
Award recipients whose efforts
for Jewish education have be-
come well known beyond the
borders of their respective local
communities.
In the annual report. Samu-
C. Feuerstein. Torah Umesorah's
national president, pointed out
that in the 31 years of Torah
Umesorah's existence day school
enrollment grew from 7.500
pupils to 92.000 and from 30 to
4"4 schools.
Moreno Hobii. (left) president of the QMtaM com-
munity Hsrael Bonds campaign, is pictured with the three
hTorees a. the recent Cuban-Hebrew Israel Dmner
State at the Eden Roc Hotel. Displaying their State of Israel
a Awards are (from left) Miami Beach residents Ja-
cob Bimakonski. Isaac Yagodnick. and Abraham ^acrotsky
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+Jcwlst) ncr/Jbr
Va^ 11-A
Europe Cites Doani-Peddler
Spengler Without Laughter
By JOSEPH AI.soP
I.os \ii|i'<^ Time-. SMHilcnto
1'AKISThis piece marks the
. of tiic laat working trip I
ill ever make ; i ilNtime
rter. Today I leave Paris,
read in m. conviction that,
, :.i for the trafl ind i thar
torn Improvement*, Paris is
i irar to heaven than any other
, itj that iru:. have ever
le.
I only wish that I ml (I I end
i !. Bui the p Bin ti ith la
i it, i: you look I eneath the
iling face >f daily life on this
the Atlantic, : i see an-
Face II enl sort.
it was thai waj In London.
It : as be ti thai way here. By
,, re| oi t>. it wo ill! w ay
h b inn, or R Zu h, or
1. anywh this
i oi the '' len if th< Soviet
Perhaps can besl convey the
f <.t what has : ed by
thing a meet i v Ith one
the last giants In this age of
" i met him Hrsl in Washin I
after the fall of Fr ince in
1940, v hen he was sen i
hill though he Is
F ench himselfas a kej
ber of the British put
?. v, ashingl
[ th ed him, gloomily,
v ai was to be ith
[itll ::;.::.' all I I
WE SHALL win," he said,
no fi ar ......; that. We
e to
woi
I thai will
you Vmer-
p role thai
to all
well."
- w i.
I friend's I
like '
, ;htly.
er our firal meel i
iffi-
,..-!,.. i the L'.S. e ivern-
:.i in wartin 1,e
.. ,.,. | the Com-
; Market a nosl ""'-
ed.
I with all his
Biseayne Federal
Opens ftth Office
E Uberl Pall 't, | '
chairman of th Bis
leral ,an
Asj tion i am iced the
Palm B< i
S
l ...,:,' will open its doors Fri
day, following a i un-
ceremony. According to Pallot,
oi the instituti >n have now
exci million, establish
i i ":1 of
the fastest growin | savings and
outh.
Two of the ori [inal
affiliated with Biseayne since its
Inception i yeara ago. wiU ,)0
honored at the opening They arc
former iami Mayor Chelsie J. Se
nerchia. treasurer; and Mrs
' :her A. Poppell. senior vice
president and secretary. ____
PLANNING
ON MOVING TO
ISRAEL?
HOW WONDERFUL
Call me, Esther, 635-6554 and
let me quote you rites Also
oca* moving & long distance
noving anywhere in the U.S
r overseas.
A. B. VAN LINES INC.
(of Miami)
a hievements, he had
'1 different answer lasl week
when I asked him on
what was ti> become "I us.
I CANNOT tell," he said.
' For the first time, l cannol
tel!"
timl east in the
sense of inal llity to conceive de-
feat, was one ol the ke i ali-
ties that made n y old friend a
giant among his t<
ii he i sees the i iture aa
throuj kly which
is how : les see ii one
would expe t far worse from
othei : 1 men in London
and Paris. And far v
I een just whai I have got trom
tin m all,
THE PLAIN truth of the mat-
ter is that the really I
men in ke positions
a well as Bril
er at all confidi nt iVi (or if you
not like thai tei n e the
West" with "fn societ.." i r
"the At .'. nice." or what-
'i
in r. in ii ensi l e
kind of will thai is so
tragl i irent in 1 ondon;
bul e i~ the i
all (0 many rea-
sons iss id hope. Only a
few ; for example, all
ers in every We
have been shock-
i d to the mat row by the
mention ol nd of situatl >n
t 1 eatens to ai ise on the
ne in I Inge ol i
IN PORTUGAL, the real
lan, Brig ; I 'telo
te e
earei for the
Com ''. .
He will i robablj have his way
te tl ism ci the
da Co ta Gomes;
1
t al v.i'. be takln orders from
Moscow, in varyinj I es, the
se in
1 Italy, } ia and
G e
IF ONLY
os] eci is
realizi i
u irld will be
: Most ;.... tl a our
if the world will
fata akrnpd in 1
ei o tbn ak ol i in t he
I at the Othc ei I
literranean, with the
res ilting ine to Is-
Now, for the first I
' : ta
ti.'n >: [srai I an ii in
dl ilities Yel I
thai Westei n so iety
.. poisons
i b. so hideous a
THESE STRATEGIC dan
moreover, tie v< ill nol those
ntly mosl
the thought! i ol Pa I
I i ndon.
I:/ I the oil pri
le its ii nosl \\ -' rn
Members of all Jewish War Veterans posts in Dade County
will join iogether during January and February in a "Phon-
A-Thon," which aims lo reach out into Miami's Jewish com-
munity and encourage gift giving to the 1975 CJA-IEF. Seen
at the recent meeting preparing {or the upcoming phon-a-
thon are (left to right] L. Jules Arkin, a vice president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Harold Uhr, vice chair-
'... -; War Veterans CJA IF Committee; and
Harold Bierman, chairman of the Jewish War Veterans
CJA-IEF Committee.
nts an I
felt bj
,', re
tions. a great economic -
is not feared
of t i tful me i ii is
i te .
- ||
tioi : i
it all
V hy nti one
Li r. Ion v ;ts r a ly to
hter
Henry
thi I doom-
redd' IS'."'
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Friday. November 15. 1974
L|0_M!NDL!N
Is Evil Inevitable on the Hill?
Continued from Page 4A
here in Florida Is a ; sj rhologic-
al study of the i i ees moti atin
men to make II to the Hill.
kckkkivs cs m Is dou-
shocking beci -> he 1 an it
as if the Nixomanics had never
existed and as I
never learned a single lesson
m them.
First there was '. C'A
White, one ol :' be-
I >,, the 193 I i n for
thi ed as an
r to the >isn.
An i what v e a
mply thai E< I
phi te's i a Mi-
Beat li libe I -;t.
meanin : thai S1 ne is Jcwisl .
FINALLY, when
that White'-, a Ivii us n aking
less of a ilent predl ted
. itcome of the e! tlon than the
Republicans w
Eekerd took anot ler tack.
On the day before the elec-
tion, lie ran an The Mia
Herald and elsew icre across the
state that n he last vail
ol White'.- .- :
This time, so re sh
lie no mistake al o it his Inten-
tions, the ad ide
leference to as
Jewish" and to his
.' hi re-
ind "\ '
bat pilot" in
THE in. ibvi-
Jev
I in war.
I i
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it : St

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congratulation of its own excel-
lence.
what OF Eekerd? What
were his own visions of the
Senate its historic meaning,
the duties and responsil ilities of
a Senator in behalf of the i eo-
ple's trust if these were the
t tics to which he resorted to
win?
I could the people have
ed of him il he HAD
won?
The answers to these qucs-
ti ris are obvi tut, Bui then what
of Stone, the winner? What can
we expect of him now that he
has won?
SO FAB as I know. Stone
engaged In no such duty cam-
paigning. Quite the contrary, the
promises he has made of open-
ness an o|>en door to his of-
fice, a refusal to participate in
Senate business not open to the
public seem almost unreal by
contrast.
They seem so unreal because
they are so unrealistic. A fresh-
ire: senator is one of the most
worthless and powerless crea-
tures in God's for Capi-
tol Hill.
( ne w h i permits himself to
t of the design is
i; id i an annointed.
A FRESHMAN senator out to
buck it may be in for a I. BSOn
in just how far worthlessneas
and I'owerlessntss can go.
Purely on the face of things,
Eekerd and Stone are moral op-
posltes. If in no other way, they
demonstrated this in the method
ol their campaigning.
In fact, thai is what made Hi
F'orida race foi the Senate dif-
it from many of the others
aci i ss Che nation.
STONE DID not run as a
,' but bev ause of Eckei d's low
n that Irrelevant issue.
the voter sei med to have a
choice between potential good
and potential evil, between those
who maj be expected to serve
the people and those who may
In- expected to serve only them-
selves.
Hut will that choice make a
difference in the long run in the
quality of our senatorial repre-
sentation?
It should, but the Twain dic-
tum is a magnetic incentive in
the wrong direction.
NOWHERE KI.SK on earth
but in the United States Con-
gress is evil rewarded so sump-
tuously and goodness punished
so discreetly.
And even so well-intended a
soul as Stone will surely feel
the frustration ol isolation and
essness after a w hile.
Kissinger's New Scenario
For Peace in Middle East
C,. ,::.,,,i f.,,M1 i-j ,. \.\
~- fsmen
u departure,
Russians
, to" Kissingei
fort* in tl But he con-
d .u the sum-
mit.
SOURCES SAID it is possible
lllin; to
rate in the venture where-
bj th I find a way to
. intru i >n
ii mc sources
vi n be willing
that ndoavor in
I i >.' tain his delicately
from both
v iriv t l.i report) rs that Ki-
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Gen Aharon Yariv (second from right), Israel's Minister of
Information, presents the Stale of Israel Masada AwaiJ to
Mr. end Mrs. Jatr.es S. Knopke c.t a recent Temple Both
Sholom Israel I rids ti tin ) nnei Ed n Hoc
Hotel. Also pictured are Dr. Leon Kro -' | ual lader of
Temple Beth Sholom, (far left) and D. c Cong essman
Claude Pepper (fca right). The Knopl es weie honored for
their outstanding leadsrship and s a behalf of the
Israel Bonds campaign.
COHEX: Aid for Synagogue*
< ontinucti from Page 4-A
ly managed to rise with the in
t'lationary line while Federation -
collections for overseas and do-
mestic purposes have, in any
number of cases, jumped by sev-
eral hundred percent. One docs
not now need to ro into the
question of priorities, although
in the hard negotiations
must take place before the pa
nership is con ummated thai
surely must enter into the dis
cussion. At this point we can
reach out for the simple answers.
DAVID FLEEMAN, u of the
i IFVi! in the i
of the Kederati n' Ta k Fon .
and i :. an of the
mittec,
only m tin
'.
No one i
anj of the 34
-
chall -nge n ill i m d .. to
ii
' J
are filled with tension yet,
" the partnership! need e h
other and recognize it, ; I
ful.
I am not goi ig to ask Federa
tion executives like Sidney \
cenl to think out the implication
of I. itement la \ year :h
"Kurd raising is profou id Jev i '
expression, it is Jewish cultun
without at the tim<
Hut Synagogue leader hip Ii
tu reforming itself.
SEVERAL II v:
enb i har ;ed thai
"The Syi h ;
II "
profe -: mala ihould b
tile enviroi i
radical Jewish c immunl

T.' o ago Le< tiard Fein
bluntlj told the Fi deral en lead-
ership thai "Jewish history in
America i taking a dramatic
turn and that turn will be taken
with or without Ihe help or par-
and. he
ht ive i':' I 53 nagogues.
FOR TO i i n th Jewish genius
M re
i and d "
Id, our ca-
m wisdom
affairs I
it is ti
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Page 13-A
Israel Boots
Out Four
Wc lank
Activists
iv <;;;. edan
.!' : PA I Is-
rael ex i i] West Bank
e non in its iii -t
tough ''-: onse '" anti-Israel
sentiment* and i aleslinian na-
poll thai have
('..' n sum-
mit meeting.
i ,-> the tees was ,'
Mahn ed of the
i \-
Sha'ah ;,' '. ite in inflan -
matoi i edito lai ^ week
ing the ,i Is-
ami it* i by a
Pali stati
THI OTHERS (cere
by the authoi Ities to beloi
the National I in Front,
..ii n lei. round lei rorisl o
activi i .i Ihe We I
.:_.; Pa i...
The., are Dr Vfustafah Ma-
.i dentist \-'" i-. Ie| ity
ma; ur of Halhtil, an Arab town
Hebron; Ab lallah Ha i. an
i < ',' t
Bank; and >ao >l Aliqat, a fai m-
, ...... Jei i< ii"
Tl expulsion ivus seen .' a
furl > expres ii n ol i
. nation i.i maintain its full
Pictured nt the recent installation of officers at the annual
meeting of the Rabbinical A. i cf Greater Miami
at Temple Sinai of North Dade are (from left to right) Rabbi
Leon Krcniah, Temple Bsth Sholom; Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
Temp'e En inu-El; Rabbi Maxwell Berger of the Conserva-
[ation cf Kendale Lakes, outgoing president;
Rab!:i Solomon Schiff, director of Chaplaincy of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and Execute President of
the Rabbinical Association of Great ti; Rabbi Ralph
P. Kingsiey, Temple Sinai of North Dade, the new president;
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky ci Temple feshurun, vice
president; Rabbi Stanley A. Ring!rr, o: h 'or of Hillel
[swish Student Center, University .1 Mi ecretary, and
Rabbi Avrom L. Drazin, Temple Isi treasurer.
tered
as ii hi
auth ritv
ii
I
At. IIA1 '
; i tl el n
for sort* it
fen n < the a thoi
Bui R at su
which > -> .:
stab li with
i ecan iioie extii
\ucative.
Shortly before he was ex-
i iaai r. that tl e
i boasted h
[sra.....ies allowed
m ti te as l c pli
the; recognize tsi lei's
"ii tion" inst thi
bs.
Seer Knows All;
Predicts Mideast
War in One Month
JERU8ALKM fJTAi fii Gelli Is-
, v i,. lai us to hav< telepatl
i. i.l [orks. nails an I the force i
be put to the supren e lesl I his n ate1 |i e
Accoi din to Gelk i iaj ....
. ; an ll-
exact ilaj an I o ir.
THE li,::l s.\m:m Past, which re;
Defense Ministiy ol hen thai
Ge.ler had coi I..... the Israi i lasinu \> the U.S,
lai Mek wit i an igenl mi *sage that nu.d break o i
in the Mideast.
The messa was [>assed on to the Defei ie Ministrj i
v\1v.
The Poal a I led 11 was si tr-nt in th. e\ nl ol
Ge lera i rophecj | r. sin ti te, i......ul lb. : en. n
Sovk n ai SAM mlssil. sed by th.
THERE WAS no in r.de the si
.;, ii,,:, or wh -tl a Gellei is preiw e teatesl
bending act i iw-
Cabinet Ministers To Spin-
Sale OflsracI Boiuls In U.S.
im I fer, Ministei nl
Housini. and Gad ^ aa obi, Min-
is:, i ci T ansi m l in the Israel
Cabinet, arrived in New tfork
ti i- week to take parl in inten-
give activities to sput the sale
<>t Israel Bonds in ti"' closing
weeks ol the 1974 campai] n.
The two t",' -'\ernnienl load-
ers, who will address meetings
in key cities in the United States
and Canada emphasize I thai Is*
reel's dependenc on the Israe.
Uond cam] aign is greatei today
than ver before and said thai
their mission t>> American and
Canadian Jewry was t<> awaken
them t,i the grave rinan. ial sit-
uation confronting the !"
Israel .is result of the unpre-
cedented detente burden, and
ihe consequent inflation and un-
paralleled deficit in the coun-
try's balance of payments.
Aiming the .'ities they will vil-
it are New York CI1 M'-ant*
Haltimore, St. Louis, Chicago.
Detioit. Miami. Newark, PI*
rietphl the i ':> n
i'aa obi's tour w i.,
a o lake I in '' Toronto.
\ir V'aneolri
o was I "' ;
Minister ol Transport for i
yea.s piioi t" assuming the to|
post this year, has been a mc n-
lr of the Knesset since l"1'"
u he e he has served on the Fi
naive Committee and the H'
C .,. an i fr'nreli n Affairs Com-
mittee. A noted economist and
leva] exi art, he la the author ol
The Quality Mr. Ofer, a veteran "f the
Israel Navy and firsl Command-
,., of tlw Kilal Na\al Base, h
nerved as Assistant Director of
the Ministry "( Agriculture and
was Inatrumental In organ! Inj
operations toward joining the
Common Market. He has been
Involved In municipal affal
Deputy Mayor of Tel Aviv, as a
specialist In r> haW Itation and
slum clearance, and for seven
v,..s as General Manager ol
Shikun Ovdim fWorkers' Hous-
ini.-'.
NCjSE Chcpter Meeting
lob* er i 'hapter of th.
.Tew ish < 'i\ il Sen i>
Association w i.l ho! .
in ii a i'. ting Sunda
i i the Washington Fed-
nandy Dr., M
eh. ( i\ il Sen Ice Em-
oth acthe and re-
tired ..r.' Invited to attend,
i < from Israel is
I to siwak.
Tormenting Recta! Fain And Itch
Of Hemorrhoidal Tissues
Promptly Relieved
In mnny cases Preparation H
gives prompt, temporary relief
from such pain and itching
and actually helps shrink
swelling of hemorrhoidal tis-
sues caused by inflammation.
Tests by doc tots on hun-
dreds of 11. tients showed this
to In tru. in many cases. In
fact, many doctors, them-
selves, use Preparation H* or
mmend i'. for their fam-
ilies. Pn n H ointment
or suppositories.
Manufacturers of
Pre-Hung Doors
2855 E. 11 AVE.
HSRLCnSi
693-6810
PRE-HUNG DOORS
MILLWORK
HARDWARE
I
with 20 years of
experience serving (he Buildi
Industry iur are amon$
- I the Urges! Manufacturers
' : of Pre-Hung Doors
on Florida Now at our
retail outlet new
warehouse and better
u mi prepared to serve you
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*Jeisfi fkrkUan
Friday, November 15, 1974
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIBA IN AND PCR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL AOTION NO. 74-32085
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE THK MARRIAGE OF:
VICTORIA RAM08,
Petitioner,
anil
FELIPE KA'MOS.
Ri -".indent.
TO: FELIPE RAMOS
<;.ili:in<> No. t: Interior
Pll :ir del RI". Cuba
YOU ARE HEHEHY NOTIFIED
that an action f< Dissolution ot
Marriage has been filed against you
ntiii \"ii are reoulred to servi copy
of your written defenses if any. to
it on ABOLFO ROSS, attorney for
petitioner, whose address li 101 N.W.
12th Avenue. Miami. Florida 33128. and
file the orUvinal with the clerk of the
ahove styled cOQli on or before De-
cember 13, l ; 7 -: otherwise default
will be entered against you for the
n ,f demand, d in tin- complaint or
petition
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIPI.AX.
WITNES8 my hand and the seal of
saul court at Miami. Florida on this
nth day of November, 1974.
KH'HAHIi I' BK1NKER.
As CSi rk. I 'iroull Court
Dad. County. Florida
B] C P, Ci iPELAND
.i 1 I.IUIIV i 'lei k
(Circuit Court Seal)
ADO! FO KOSS. ESQUIRE
1"1 X W. 1-th A\ U<
Miami, Floi
Att' oner
" 8-1,'.22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE 0MVISION
OSEPH NB45f*lT-f*
PROBATE NO. 74-7357
! RE Estate of
DAVID K RUBINSON
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
sai Estate:
You are hereby notified and reoulr-
ed to present am OtalBM and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of DAVID E. RUBINSON deceas-
ed kUe Of Dade County. Florida to
tin circuit Judges of Dad, County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 7SS.lt, Florida
statute-, in th.ir offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade county. Flor-
ida, within tour cal< adar months from
thi time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will he barred.
Filed at Miami, Florida this 5th
I \, \ ember, .ad. 1974,
Mi IRTON l RUBINSON
as Executor
First publication of this notice on
the Bth day of Novi mbi r, 1974.
SHAPIRO. FRIED WEIL A BCHEBR
Attorneys for the Estate
407 I Incoln Road Miami Beach.
Florida
11/8-18
IN
r-
FLORIDA
FLORIDA
\
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
In Th. \ B> Thi Auth.
Itv i if The State I If FI
To ALL T( I \\ 1" iM THESE I
BENTS SHALL I WE, GREETINGS:
Wli, r.
KPU ARD J CARON
MIAMI
ELIZABETH i AR< 'v
MIAMI
WILLIAM R, l iLEMAN
MIAMI FLOH I \
DEL* IRES C< >LEMAN
.MIAMI
did n the IT daj of Januars. A.D.
;;,,, ,tu-- to bi rated under
ili, awi ol thi Stati
INTERNATIi iNAL O "LE-CAR Cl R-
PORATION ration, with its
,i is at Miami,
Da,I, County In the State of Florida.
an wi.. reai bu< h corporation did i n
tio 28 day of < li tober, a I > 1974
, .ins, to be filed In the oft I,,- of the
lllellt of Slate of tile S'.ate of
Florida, the documentary authority
required under Seel I 8.27. Florida
Statutes showing the dissolution of
such corporation
Now, therefore, the Secretary of State
do, bii ufj :.. the foregoing
and that he is satlsflfed that the
reuuiremunw of tlie law have been
I lied M'Mh
i.'IVEX under my hand and the
On.,' G al oi thi Sta ti of Florida,
at 1 ee. the capital, this
thi 8 da) ot Oi tober A.l i. jv74
(Sta:- la S.ali
DOROTHY W GLISSON
,
II > 71
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
J. GWYNN PARKER
PROBATE NO. 74-6352
; RE Estate of
BESSIE BRAVERMAN.
.,.,1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Claims or Demands Against
ate:
you an herebj and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
I ou maj -t the es-
RESSIE BH I VERM IN. deceas-
of l '.ei. i ','iirit-.. i rids to
Circuit Judge* of 1 I tounty.
i :,d file the sam< and as
6. Florida
offices the Coun-
ty i out thouse in i ladi C lunty,
Ida, u Ithin tour calendar i ha from
th< time of the fli ou hi re-
I same will bi bai i d
at Miam Floi ida. this tlih
Novi nil'. \ I '.:'*.
JOSEPH SCHMIBR,
As Co-Exi ..
i pub Ication oi tl I I I li on
5th day ol r, 1974.
.'i ISEPH SCHMIER
,.., \... ii
oln Road, Miami Beach, Fla.
11 8-IS
. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOB DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
CASE NO.:J4.32061
aiOTICE.OF%vCTIC.N *
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN RE:
THK MARRIAGE OF
SAMIEI. HPPRY POWELL.
Petitioner.
And
VERONICA ALBERTA POWELL.
Respondent.
TO: VEIii'MCA ALBERTA
POWELL ,
Turlock Hotel. Apartment No. 1
Turlo.-k. Cnllfornln 9BM0
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion fur divorce has been filed against
you and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, if any.
to it on EMANUEL LEVENSON.
plaintiff's' attorney, who-, address is
Suite K4 Biseavn, Building. 19 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida. 3313".
on or before Pec. 13th. 1974, and file
Iginal with th, ,-lerk of this
court either before service on Plain-
: n attorns] or Immedlatel)
,". otherwise a default will he en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court mi November 6, 1974.
RICHARD P, BRINKER.
AS Clerk of the Court
By n*. A. ltewett
As Deputy cierk
I/F-13-22-29
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
LEGAL NOTICE
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha
t
the undersigned, desiring[J* "***".
| business under the cUBpus ni rr.es
of JNA8CO* INDUSTRIES iDUS;
TRIAL PRODUCTS DIVISION and
NA8CO TORQUE Tool- COM1 \\l
and \.\sco van INTERIOR COM-
PANY at IW6 N.E, 196th Terrace.
North Miami Beach, Florida MHB in-
lends to register said names with the
Clerk of tin Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida ____
NA8C0 INDUSTRIE! 'N'
By Martin Sinter, P
Attest. Selma P Singer, Secy,
HARitls *- 8IRKIN. P A
Attorneys for Nmco Industries, Inc.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
th,- undersigned, desiring to engage
in business undei thi tltlous name
of CHIAPPY FIELD WORK RE-
SEARCH SERVICES ,t :is' S.W. Uth
stie.t Miami. Florida intends to re-
gister said name With the Clerk Of the
Circuit court of Dadi Countv, Florida,
LUIS <: CHIAPP1
KI'RT WEI I ISCH. Attorney at I.aw
Attorney for CHIAPPY FIELD
Wl IRK RESEARl II SERVICES
1(1 Almeria Avenue. Suite 800-E,
Coral Rabies. Florida 33134
(445-7954)
11 8-15-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE MO. 79-421 A
,x RE Estate of
SYLVIO I.A/.ZAIvIN.
I ll esed
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO MAKE APPLICATION
FOR DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
xi'Tick li hereby given that 1 have
filed my Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
as Executrix of the estate of syi.vio
I.A7./.AK1X. deceased, and that on
the Ind day of December 1974. will
aonly to ihe Honorable circuit Judges
ie.de County, Florida, for approval
Of Said Final Report and for Pistrihu-
tion and final discharge as Bxe utrix
of tl.....late Of the above-named
decedent. This 3lst day of October.
1974
pul I IKES M I.AZZARIN
Ri iBERT It WHITE
du P m Building
\
::U31
T< 79-71 IS
11'8-15-22-29
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-30612
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
TIMOTHY J. YITT. Hsband,
BI VIA SAENZ YITT Wife,
'I": KLVIE SAENZ YITT
L'nknnu n
BLVIA SAENZ VITT are
he.( fled that a I m of
I .. been flh d against you,
i reoufred to lerve a copy
. your A nsu i oi I", idlng ti
i n on Hi,- Pi lit loners Attoi ney,
I RON H BERMAN, R8Q., P.O.
l < 1113. N.M.B., Fla SI Ifili and filo
rlglnal Am w er or Pleading In
t Clerk of the C rcult
i ui' ',ii or bi fore thi 29th da) i f
. mher, 1974 it ) .u fall '., do so.
ni.lit by default vv.ll i,.
nst v,,ii for th.- relief d i
Petition.
.,,,ti, e shall be pub
' w i .k for foui
1 HE JEWISH Fl.i IRIDIAN
ted at Miami. Florida, tin
,r i ictober, A P '''Tl
RICHARD P BRINKER. n.rk
. mi Court, Dade Countv. Florida
It, J BARRY M.CAI.I.EY
Deputy Clerk
Ull Court SeaH
ItON B HERMAN, ESO
' Box 1113
' B, Fla. 33160
v for Plaintiff
II
______________________10/25 11/1-g-lt
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
OTICB 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious names
Abel & Chase. D.D.S.." "Abel &
Ronald H Abel. D D.S.."
"Stephen F Chase. D D.8." at
Red lioad. South Miami. Florida
U X W. 8th Street. Homestead.
Ida intends to register said names
h the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
le County. Florida.
ABEI. ft CHASE. DPS.
A Professional Association
iMES S ROTH. ESQUIRE
"MBERG. FROMBERG &
"TH. P.A.
ml' Blsoayne Building
Mi. Florida 3313n
nrnays for Abel & Chase. P.D.S.,
.'rofesslonal Association
_________________________ 11/9-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
OTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage. In
under the fictitious name of
SK OF TYPEWRI'
8th Street, Miami. Fla Intends
gialer said name with the Clark
Circuit Court of Pole County.
111 .'RIBERTO M A RT1 N BZ
lu,.; 11/1-8-U
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 Marriae, f
JACKIE WATS' >X.
Petitioner-Husband
and
<:i APYS WATS' IN
ondent-Wlfe
TO GLADYS WATSON
' i ... i i Slreel
Inwoo.l. ,\,w 1
Y, u ARE HEREBY NOT
, -i at ton for I liasolution of '
Inst yeu
you are required to Berve a cop>
your written defenses, if any.
."i DAVID M GONSHAK, atti
for Petitioner, whose address is
N W. 7th Stn t. Miami. Fli
and file the original
of tl,, abo\.- styled court i
i ml ei I3tl 1974: othe
.. di fault i l be en ten d against
for the i elli led In thi i
plaint or ... t II Ion
'I'h. hail l published
each wei in ecutlve i
n THE JEWISH FI> HtlDIAN
U ITNESS my hand and th,
It Miami. Florid
-' da) of ', tobi r, 1974
RICHARD I' BRINKER,
\ Clerl Circuit I 'ourt
1 lade County. Florida
Bj KRIS BLANCO
I Deputy Clerk
Hit S, ill
DA\ 'li M GONSH VK
: i : \ H 7tl Stn l
ii. F ,,i Ids Ml 26
Al rnea for Pi tltloner
ii i-i:
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC.
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-319J
GENERAL JURISDICTIOI.
D'VIS'ON
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTOr-
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: The Marriage of
SI IPHIE MANSFIELD.
I'. tilioner.
ROBERT a MANSFIELD,
Respondent
TO: RuBKRT A. MANSFIELI
I I loloi ef A v.-nue.
P.t iv. Xew Hampshire 03'
YOU ARE HEREBY NO
that a petition for Dissolution
Marriage has been filed ami
men. ..I in this court and you
quired to serve a cony of your
defenses, if any. to it on scir
A BCHER attorney for Pet
whose address la Kn.1 Uncon
Miami Beach. Forida 3313d. u
th. original with the clerk
ahoy, styled court on or hi fi
camber 11, 1S74; otherwise a
will be entered against you
relief prayed for in the comp
petition.
This notice shall he publish
rach week for four conseeutiv
In THE JEWISH FLORID1
WITNESS my hand and the .
said court at Miami Florida
Sth RICHARD P. BRINKE
As Clerk. Circuit (our
nut v. Florida
By I. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit 'ourt s
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1667
In RE: Kstate of
A1DA SILBERBERG
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors an.I All Pi I
Having Claims or Demand! Against
Estate:
You are hereby notified and reoulr-
ed to present any claims and den
which veu n>.,\ have against the es-
'..' kIDA SII BERBERG di .....
..| late "' I'd. County, Florida to
tin Circuit Judges ot Dad.- County,
and file the sami In duplicate and as
!>ro\ :,i.-.| In S I .. Floi
statutes, in their offices In thi Coun-
ts Courthouse In Dad. County, Flor-
ida, within III ill,'in hfl 'rein
the tun,- ,.f the first publication here-
siim. in i,, barn d
Fil.,1 at Miami. Florida, toll 6th
Novi nil,, r. A D. 1974
SAMUEL SILBERBERG
A Administrator
pub :, atlon of thi< notice on
th, 8th day of \'.,v. mber, 1974
SHAPIRO FRIED, WEIL A SCHEER
Attorn v- for Administrator
l"7 Lincoln Road, Suit!
Beach, Florida 33139
11 '8-15
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No. 74-31783
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re Th,- Marriage of
Al BERT S VERA. Hu
MIRIAM <; VERA
Tl l: MIRIAM G VERA
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
503 ('hew Street
ah. ntow n. Pennsvhni
TOP ARE HEREB1
Petitloi foi I -., lution nf
has been filed ag i I
. required to
>.t s ur ., t su er or ol ling to
lition on tin Husbai d
Fill ROGERS
IS4 N.M 17 Avei ui Mine
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CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 7431333
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: Th. Marriage of
lilli. iLPH HUGO LOPEZ
Husband
and
K \KF.X ANN LOPEZ
Wlf.
ro: KAREN ANN LOPEZ
3S W I.. vorleh Sir.ei
Queens X Y 11377
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
hat an action for Dissolution of Mar-
ie, hat been filed against you and
ou are required to serve a cop* of
..ur written defenses, if any.to u on
TAN LEY E GOODMAN, attorney
oi Pel It lorn r, hose addn le 2688
W 82nd M laml. Floi Ida, and
u- the original with the clerk of
. abovi styled courl on or before
lecembei 1974; otherwise default
Aill be nentered against you for the
:. m,m.i, d in th,- omplalnt or
i tit.on.
Tins notice shall be published once
ich week for 'our conaecutlvi weeks
THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN,
WITNESS my hand and the seal
SI Id .ourt at Miami. Florida on
.is 3"th das of i Ictober 1974,
RICHARD P BRINKER
.\^ Clerk, cir, uit Court
Pad. i .nt11 v Floi Ida
B) B .1 FOY
As Deputy Clerk
' ll Courl Si all
ANLE1 !: GOODMAN
N w 62nd Street
ami. Florida
drn< v foi Petitioner
11 8-1S-2!
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. 74-31332
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Th. Marriage of
'MAS s BNNBN
usband
and
PA M. ENNEN
.le ,
LINDA M EXXEN
511 West 11 Street
Port Angeles. Washington
OU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
an a, lion for Dissolution of Mar-
e has been tiled against you and
are required to serve a copy of
written defenses, if any. to It on
lNLBY i: GOODMAN, attornej
Petitioner whose address is |tajj
(Snd Street. Miami. Florida
17, and file the original with the
of the above styled court on or
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT C
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C
OF FLORIDA IN ANT -
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DlVISK '
PROBATE NO. 72-2440 I
IX RE Estate of
FRANCE8 KI.MAX.
Dee. used
NOTICE OF INTENTION "
APPLICATION FOR DISTI
AND FINAL DISCH t
Nt ITU !E is hi i. b] I
have filed our Final R
tion f.,r Distribution am
chargi .i- Ex.-. utor of tl
FRANCES El.MAN. dd
that on the 9th daj i
apply to thi
Circuit .ludees of Dade C
Ida, for approval of said i
and for distribution am
i .ige as Executor of i
Ihe above-named decedi
day ol N,,\. mher. 1974,
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th.ir offices in (hi i ,.ii
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First publication of
the sth day of Novi n.
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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. 74-31600
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF:
DARRYI l i.' i.XARD, Petitioner.

!LA D wis LEONARD,
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TO PAMELA DAVIS I.Ei'XAI'.P
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TOl' IKE HEREBY NOTIFIED
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I .i I.. fill d agfl it" t von a nil
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DAVI1 sti iNE, attorney for
I : 101 N W.
12 Av enui Miami Fieri.I., _.
file the oi il
with thi clerk of the aboi i
lirt l ml.. ".74;
.ti. rw 1st di fault in be ered
,,u fi r th, r, lief demanded
or petitloi
shall bi i ublishi .1 ..nee
for foui til v u ,ks
HE JEWISH Fl.i iRIPIAN.
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
'.I ami, Florida on this
1st day of Novi mher. t'.T4
RICHARD P BRINKER.
li i ;* Cln uii Court
Dadi ount) Plot Ida
By M WEINBERGER
li Demit) Clerk
(Cln ult Court s-
D.WIP E STONE ESQUIRE
I N.W II A v. nue
1565)
Attorney foi Petitioner
lLd-15-22-29
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-31752
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: Th, M
I> \\ IP WEBER,
Hum
ORA DAR WEBER.
TO ORA DAR v. EBER
'- '. ivenui
Jnmaii a New York l: |
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
"''' at.....ion for 1) ution of
Man ki been filed against \,>u
and v.,a
of> v..ur u : tten defenses, if an) to
" oi K -\ ITNEY, KRl ip \- si HEIN-
BERG att. : v- for Pi tltlom r, wl
Uncoln Road. M ml
la. and fli, lb, |
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D i 1974-
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JEWISH FUUdplAN
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this 4ih iI.m of Novel er
RICHARD P I
v lerk, Circuit Cot
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KW ITNEY KRl Kip ...
.'BERG P \
H ISuit i
Beai h. Florida
for Petitioner
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GENERAL JURIS
DIVISION. NO .
X '(F TI?F BY PUBl
re December 13. 1974: otherwise PANNIBMAENERRi
lault will be entered against you Wife ,B
he relief demanded in the com- Vh
,nt or petition.
.is notice shall be published once
i week for four consecutive weeks
THE JEWISH FLOHIDIAN.
NESS my hand and the seal
.id court at Mlasii. Florida on
JUth day of October. 1974.
IN THE CIRCUIT COU'
ELEVENTH JUDICIA'
OF FLORIDA IN A'
DADE COUN*
PROBATE DIVir
In up- PROBATE NO- 7'
In RE: Estate of
BYL\ ia D. MAIO
il,-, eased
T ,.r*,<.T,.CE TO CRE
ro Ai i reditora and All >av-
nig Claims in ii, nandi jmm
Estate.
,v."u are hereby notlfli
lr-
it. present any claims t mauda
whlcli vou may have tK
',".' SYLVIA P. v "i

Hit HARP P, BRIXKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ilv li. J. FOY
As Deputy Clerk
III Court Seal)
LEY E Ql a HiMAX
: tt* N'. W. 02nd Street
Florida
I for Petitioner
ll/S-15-22-29
FRIT2 WILKINS NER
Husband
ton FRITZ WILKI
residence unknown, are
OPy of you
Dissolution of Mama:
you upon Wife's att,
CHOLA8. BSQ..I!
I'anii. Florida
original with cii
I......mher 13
P' Ution u,ii i. ;,
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within four calendar m.
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Filed at Miami. Forli
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62 PARTICIPANTS IN FEDERATION'S FIRST 1975 MISSION
Federation Leaders See Israel -- 'One Year Later''
(uty-two of the leaders of Mi-
[ swish community bbw Is-
;,i depth during October as
[ticipanta of the Greater Mi-
Jewish Federation's first
Lion of the new year.
hVe've been hearing a lot
L.t Israel One Year Later,"
[ i ,'ii. ration President Harry
Smith, one of the leaders who
Ik part in the dramatic jour-
Hut even those of us who
u- been there many times felt
iiething new.
| i;. spirits of the people are
iremely high," he said. "Yet
Eos the feeling that the whole
untry is a powderkeg. Eco-
|r ically and militarily. Israel
Is in a grave crisis. Our
? nee led by Israel's people
I than we can possibly
low."
[The fact is that since the Yom
in- War of October, 19"';.
has experienced an inf!a-
three times greater than
n Belts have been tight*
lied to the limit, and still the
wish homeland's economic sit-
lj in is tenuous at !>est.
'The purpose of tins Mission
I well-served every day by
ntacl with the people of
' said Mrs. Mortoi
.in. Federation Chairman of
sions, who also :ued
I roup.
"We saw not only the places
Importance to us. like immi-
grant absorption centers an I
kef military sites, but we saw
| e races of Israelis and we
Estened to their stories in their
Comes and in their towns.'' she
Lai 1.
We saw the embattled
ihoolhourr at Ma'alot, And lat-
r we heard and felt the wail-
ing of the bereaved parents at
he ancient cemetery of Saftd.
Ve law the danger on the front
lines at Golan, and later we ex-
perienced the magnificent brav-
ery Of Is ,-iel's young fighting
men even after they haw
been badly disabled!"
.Mrs. Silberman, along with
Federation's executive vice pres-
ident, Myron J. Brodie, cam-
pa; n director Mel Schoenfeld
and Pacesetter chairman How-
ard H. Scharlin, le participants through the most
strategic and characteristic
places m Israel.
They saw the new Russian im-
migrants making their homes at
Beersheba, formerly a Bedouin
camp in the Negev, now a city
of tfO.OOO.
They saw the great i>ort of
Haifa, ami the ancient citadel of
Masada where 900 Jewish
zealots took their own lives lath-
er tiian submit to Roman domi-
nation.
They saw the modem metrop-
olis of Tel Aviv, and the shrines
of throe great religions at Jeru-
salem. Everywhere, they noted
the huge effort to create new
housing, the shortage of which
is Still one ot Israel's most se-
vere problems.
"My wife and I were most im-
pressed by the tremendous spir-
it ol the Israelis," said Kenneth
Schwartz, who is serving as
North Dade CJA-IEF chairman
for 1975.
"Lven against unbelievable
odds, these people arc smiling.
Some of the |*ip!e we met had
just arrived from the Soviet
Union within the past few-
months, and they were not only
proud of their new homeland,
but thrilled to be a part of it
today, despite the tensions in the
Middle Bttt"
"We visited Israel last year
for the first time." said Morris
Futaraick of South Miami
"That was just four months
after the War, and my wife and
I were sure that things would
be back to normal by now. But
things are far from normal.
' Mikki and I have already
decided to do what we can to let
everyone in Miami know about
the desperate situation," said
Mr. Futernick. "so that each and
every one can know how to do
his or her part to help the Is-
raeli iieople."
Another of the Mission leaders
was Mrs. Harry Smith. Federa-
tion Women's Division president.
Although she had visited Israel
many times, she had never seen
the Jewish communities of Iran
and Holland before. The Miami
group visited these countries to
view the work of the American
Jewish Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, which operates with re-
BS from campaigns like
G.MJF's Combined Jewish Ap-
peal-Israel Emergency Fund.
' The Jewish community of
Iran dates back 2,.r>00 years,"
said Mrs. Smith, "and it was
fascinating to us. Their customs
and their culture are so dif-
ferent from our own, and even
Israel's. Yet after all those
centuries, they're still Jews.
"JDC has done a lot to help
i isands of impoverished Iran-
ian Jews fight disease, bad edu-
cation and hunger. In Iran
|ual as in 30 other countries
the Joint' is essential to the
continued survival of Jewish
communities.
That's just one of the things
we learned on this Mission." she
concluded. "For some time we
have known and felt that Israel
is the heart of the Jewish peo-
ple. But now we know, first-
hand, that there are other vital
Jewish communities in different
lands all over the world
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'Those of US who took part
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gan, 'We Are One,' even better
tiian before. Arid vve know thai
the life-an i- i?ath nea'.s we
work to meet ate more urgent
than they've ever been before."
Among t eadera on the re-
cent Mi-.;. were Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Arkin. Mr. and Mrs.
Jaime Golderiberg, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Hoi too, and Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Schneider, Miami Beach;
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kde'.man,
Dr. and Mrs. Alan Graubert. Mr.
and Mrs. Mel Kartzmer. Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Klein, Mr. and
Mrs. Aaron Podhurst, and Mr.
and Mrs. Jay Allan Siegel.
North Dade; Mr. and Mrs. J.
William Baros, Dr. and Mrs. Sol
Center, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Finkelstein. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Isan, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Le-
1 lan^. Mr. and Mrs. !., onai 1
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Manrtlec Mr. and Mis. David
Sci-.io.ler and Mr. an 1 Mrs.
Robert A. Yawitt, South Dade.
Joining the Miamians from
othei communities were Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Brenner of West
Palm Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Colin of Ft. Lauderdale, Mr. and
Mrs Irving Podhurst of Wood-
lidije, N.Y., and Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Pritcher of Hollywood.
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Miami. Florida Friday, November 15, 1974
Section B
AT NOV. 29 CONVOCATION
{Rabbi To Receive
Honor a ry Fellowship
Pr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Bmanu-El, will
ve the eovted Honorary Fel-
lowship of the Hebrew University
of Jerusalem at a special Con-
vocation fol.owing temple sen-
Friday evening, Nov. 29, it
was announced jointly by Harry
A Hap' Levy, president of the
Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
rsity, and Judge Herbert S.
iro, president of Temple
The Honorary Fellow-hip will
led by Avraharn Harman,
dent of the Hebrew I'nivrr-
- > stinguished services ami
'ship in Jewish life rend-
'. red by Or Lehrman in the com-
'.. on the national .scene
. to I-rael
man has served count-
rganizatl >rs in various lead-
ip capacities, including two
.:- as na-iona! president of
th< Synagogue Council of
rica He is the first honorary
di nt of the Synagogue Coun-
... in th" 50-year history of the
umbrella agency of Reform. Con-
ve and (Orthodox Judaism.
Twice, Rabbi Lehrman guided
the Combined Jewish Appeal
of the Greater Miami
vish Federation to record-
ring totals. He also ser e 1
i years as national chairman
e Rabbinic Cabinet of the
nit ri Jewish Appeal, continu-
ntifkatlon with Israel
that pi lei the e tablishment
'" lern state in 1948.
\ graduate of the Jewish In-
Religion in 1942 with
a Master of Hebrew Litraturc
Dr. Lehrman earned a
Doctor of Hebrew Literature de-
gree .n 1958 from the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America.
The Seminary bestowed the hon-
orary degree of Doctor of Di-
vinity upon him in 1988, and
also stablisbed the Homilectics
Librarj in his name.
In his honor member* of
Temple Emanu-El in 1963 estab-
lished a Chair in American Jew-
ish History at the Jewish Thco-
1 Seminary. He is a mem-
ber of both the Rabbinic Cabinet
end of the Board of Rabbinic
Visit rs of the Seminary Dr.
Lehrman als a former Visit-
ing Professor in HomUetics at
the Seminary.
The Rabbi i- chairman of the
' N :;.ii Fund Founda-
tion Committee for Greater Mi-
ami, and has served in various
capacities for the Hebrew Uni-
ty of Jerusalem and almost
ai! of the Other Israeli Institu-
her learning.
The pn -citation coincides
.' th ." {inning of the 50t'ri
year of operation of the Hi
rsity of Jerusalem, Israel's
, d ind larg -t institution.
' University has a
invent of 18.000,
2 "00 f j ho n are from the
s It has ties with
important universities all over
orld and is regarded as one
of the world's outstanding uni-
\ number of events are plan-
ned for the coming months In
Beach to celebrate this
I
'*'Operation Emergency9 To Be
LaiEiu'lied At Patrons Luncheon
wi Emergency" of the
i an Friends of the Hebrew
rsltj of Jerusalem is to be
: .it a gain Patrons
n heon, Thursday, Nov. 21, at
.:: Roc Hotel. It is being
I I the Patron's Guild
Women's Division
Gri iter Miami Chaj ter,
an Friends.
y recent v isit to Ca-
ny knowledge of the
i !i a role which Hebrew
- I is i laying In the de-
l of higher education in
said Mrs. Jacob Katz-
chairman of the luncheon,
e all women in Miami to
: ate in our emergeno
ership which helps Yom
War veterans to face
ome the Intei nal < Isls
I w exte i
- < I id peace, set
se "
a se :' the importance <>f
' evi:,:. a special visit '
Is iting made by Consul
Meir Romen who served in the
Defense Forces from 1959
through 1961. Consul Romem
been with th,- Ministry "f
:-. Affairs since 1965 and
since 1970 in the Minister's Cab-
inet.
The musical portion of the
will is> presented by
irtist E a nor LaForge,
Leon Kronish, president of
the Women's Division, has an-
_ in the arrange-
ments for the 1 incheon are the
- ( harles Charcowsky,
in Dubowy Philip Gould.
tlm, Elae Bonem,
.Moms Topol, R'lth Yablick
Schaffzin, Herman Kaufman and
M. Yanowitz.
Rest i for the
at the offices of
Friends, 605 Lin-
ng, with Mrs.
D Im n,
. Division, serving
linator.
JCC Program For Preschoolers
The Jewish Community Centers
1 South Florida, in their north
location at 204th Street and
Avenue, announce openings
in the Early Childhood Day
School which offers a 9 a.m. to
noon program for pre-schoolers,
and a 9:00-2:30 pjn. program for
Pre schoolers with added enrich-
ment .
The fees for these programs
are moderate and offer the serv-
ices of professional early child-
hood educators Some activities
included in the children's cur-
riculum are communication
skills, through Magic Circle.
Hebrew as a second language,
reading and math readiness for
first grade, creative art, dance
and music experiences.
For information about the
Early Childhood Day School in
the trailers of the Jewish Com-
munity Centers of South Florida,
call Sheila Weiner.
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
milestone year in Hebrew Uni-
versity's continuing story of
growth and development. Among
them are an Academic Confer-
in February 1975, a Holo-
T ich-in :n April 1975 and
a mission to Israel in June 1975
to participate in 50th Anniver-
sary cerem inies along with Jew-
ish communities from all over
the world.
3 Local Leade
AZF's Board
Three Greater Miami civic and
rel ;ou leaders have been elect-
ed to the national board of di
t :- of th< American Zionist
Federation, largest Jewish or-
ation in the United States.
Fleeted to serve on a board
Mrs Faye Schenk, who was
electei Mil Of the Zionist
n at its national conven-
Boston were Mrs. Milt >n
Harriet) Green, president of the
South Florida Zionist Federa
ar.d Seymour B. Liebnun
and Gerald Schwartz, past presi-
of Ihe South Florida Zion-
.- Council.
will serve as a vice
- dent of the national body
which has more than 500.000
rs including the total
: hips of its constituent
organizations, Hadassah, Pioneer
n, Mizrachi, Zionist Or-
ation of America and Far-
band.
i r national officers elected
de Prof I^eo Diesendruck of
York, who succeeds Mrs.
Schenk as chairman of the ex-
ecutive commits e Moshe Kagan,
treasurer: and Zelda Lemberger.
.rer.
Mrs. Green. Schwartz and Lieb-
man were elected for two year
terms. She is president of the
Pion<*er Women Council of South
Florida and a national board
member of the Pioneer Women.
Schwar;.' is executive vice chair-
man of the Florida Committee
for Bar-Han University in Israel,
and Liebman is a former chair-
man of the Greater Miami Coun-
David Susskind. one of
America's leading television pro-
ducers and personalities, will be
the featured guest speaker at
"Federation Tuesday," Nov. 26
at the Deauville Hotel.
Jewish women from all over
South Florida are encouraged to
reserve now for the chance to
participate in the Greater .Miami
Jewish Federation Women's Di-
vision's community education
day.
They may select a morning ed-
ucational seminar of their choice.
enjoy a delicious luncheon, and
have the opportunity to hear a
special presentation by David
Susskind.
.Morning S'-minars include:
"Raising Responsible Jewish
Adults" led by parent effective
ness training expert Lucy F>-
tnn; "Humanizing Jewish Edu-
cation" led by esteemed Jewish
educator Abraham J. Gittelson;
"Sexuality. Communications and
Growth in Judaism" led by na-
tionals known speaker Dr. Irv-
ing Grcenberg. and "The Beau'.v
DAVID SUSSKIND
o.' Aging" conducted by geri-
atrics specialists Fred Hirt, Dr.
Charles Beber and Dr. Jack Ski-
gen.
Reservations and information
ahout "Federation Tuesday" may
be cbtained from the Federation
Women's Division at 4200 Bis-
cayne Blvd.
Margulius-Chabad House
Dedication Dinner Nov. 24
Menashe Hirsch and Irwin
prominent members of
So ith Floi ilia's Orthodox "
nity, have been named
irmen >>i the Margulius-
Din-
rs Elected To
Of Directors
cil of Organizations for State of
1 :.(: I' nds.
The American Zionist Federa-
tion acts in behalf of 13 national
U liations and the 1C
Zionist youth movements in the
United state-
it was organized to consolidate
the efforts of the existing Zion-
ist constituency in such areas as
public and communal affairs,
education, youth and aliyah and
to invite the affiliation and par-
ticipation of like-minded individ-
uals and organizations in the
community-at-large.
Membership of the South Flor-
ida Zionist Federation in Dadc
and Broward counties is approx-
imately 25.000 men and women.
Gala Tea At Rabbi's Home
The Sisterh *> Congregation invites its n
and life members to a gala
tea at the home of Rabbi and
Rebetzin Mordecal Shapiro. 3711
Prairie Ave.. Tuesday at 1
Delicious refreshments, prepared
by the Rebetzen, Barbara, and a
n isicale i being arranged. New
era are welcome.
ner which will be held Sunday
i vening, Nov. 24, at th
Hotel, Miami Beach.
Mr. Hirsch has served is pres-
ident of the Oholei Torah Day
and Is ; art owner of the
Seagull Hotel. Mr. Block is pres-
li "i Co] | Service >f Miami
- a long time sup-
:. i'ch i auses.
I nth are ents ol Miami
h and have given many
of service to the Jewish
community in various capacities.
The dinner. hich will also be
honoring Chabad House's prin-
cipal benefactors Joseph Mar-
. .".be Diamond in l Dr.
er Liscowics, marks the gym-
Initiation of a Li.'baviteher
tied at involving an un-
precedented number of Jewish
people in activities based
i n traditional Jewish values.
"Youth understands action
.-.ml involvement and that de-
scribes the programs that will
be coming out of Chabad House
this year," said Mr. Margulius.
"Our activities will allow par-
Ms p. experience Judaism
in a full and honest way and
yet will still be in tune with
contemporary interests."
The first such program waa
ntly announced by Luba-
vitch regional director Rabbi
am Korf. Called the Free
School for Jewish Studies, the
: provides for Chabad
House rabbis to teach at com-
munity organized classes that
are being se: up in schools,
and synagogues, Courses
from Talmud t" cooking
and are open to all a is.
Housing Minister To Give Keynote
Address At Temple Menorah Dinner
avkaham orn
His Excellency Avraharn Ofer,
Minister of Housing of the State
Of Israel, will give the keynote
address at Saturda "s Temple
Menorah ;- ael Dinner of St l
: Mayer AI i a witz has
announced,
The Israel Bonds dinner-dance,
which will be held at the
tainebleau Hotel, is hon
two charter meml ei ol Ti
Menorah. Mr. and Mis. Is.
W'ollovvick. They will receive the
State oi Israel Masada Award
in recognition of their outstand-
ing service In advancing Israel's
economic development through
the Israel Bonds program.
Mr. Ofer. a native of Poland
who emigrated to Palestine in
1933, has held many important
posts in his country. As assist-
ant director of the Ministry of
Agriculture, he was instrument-
al in organizing operations for
Israel's entrance into the Com-
mon Market.
A former councilman and dep-
uty mayor of Tel Aviv, Mr. Ofer
was elected t< the Knesset (Is-
raeli parliament' in 1969, His
military service includes the post
of firs the Kilat
N...
Sen ing as ol the
i nds
man,
f the Miami
. i-
tions .. e tiling
., ol
'Member-Bring-A-Member' Is
Theme Of Luncheon Event
The Sisterhood of Ohev Sha-
lom Congregation will hold its
annual paid-up membership
luncheon in the social hall
Wednesday noon. Theme of the
day is "member-bring-a-mem-
ber."
After lunch, a free bus ride to
Oholei Torah Day School and an
escorted tour of the Landau Ye-
shiva Center is planned.


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*Je*istfkrkNtr
Friday. November 15, 1971
Religious Services
MIAMI For A IfMi 'f Pottage 1P74 Btyle "
s.itut.i.iv. \' urn, Sermon: "Weekly
A H A V A T SHALOM CCNGREOA. ,.,,,.,,,. lhl. Bible." Bar Mltivah 0<
1 ON, 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. s.,.v,..i ,,f ,\|r. and lira. Carol
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. l Qreenberx,
s nrday. %M am. liturgy chanted
by Rev. Aron Ban Aron. Kiddush
ponwored bj Blatern.....I mainbara,
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ANSHE EMES. 253 6W 19th Ave.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Groil. ^*
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. CONGREGATION AN-NELL (Branch
of Hebrew Acadmy). 7th St. and
Meridian Ave Orthodox 25-A
JACOB C. COHtiN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Engel. 2*
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabb. David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Se.-f. 2?
MENORAH (Tempie-. 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert M. Baumgard. Associate Rabbi
Barry Altman. S
Friday, 1:1* P '' Sermon: "The Jaw-
i.-li Mind and the Jewish Heart."
,-
BE""H DAVla 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Comervative Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William Lioson 4-A
Saturday, I a.m.. Bar Mltavah of
Adam Sroti I andeman, son ol Mr.
i,i,d Mrs. Sheldon Miller.
------*-----
BETH DAVID SOUTH. 7500 S.W.
120th St. Conservative. Rabbi Sol
Landau. Cantor William Lioson 4-B
i ... 8:15 p.m., Sermon;
NER TAMID (Teniole) 79th St. anu
Cartyle Ave. Conservative. Rabin
Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Edwaia
Klein.
.-9
Representative li the American Jew- ohev shalom. 7055 Bonita Dr. Or-
lah CommunlU Leadership?" thodox. Rabb. Phiruis A. Webcrman
-----------e--------- 30
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. -----------,-----------
Modern 1 ratli.iorai. Rabbi Max S'ia- sEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
piro. Cantor Leon Segal. Rev. Alex Collins Ave. Raboi Sadi Nahmias. 3*
Stahl. Rev. Merrtel Gutterman. I --------.-------
Pi lay, 8:rS p.m.. Sen The Pal- congregation ETZ CHAIM. -.642-
. nian Refugees." Ones Shabbal 44 washircton Ave. 32
hosted !'\ Mr. and Mrs Irvlna Ja-
baum pn sldi nt, and Mra, 1 lre<
baum,
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles Ru
bel. Cantor Ai;xanner Cohen. 8
Frlda; 1:15 1 m "ORT Sal bs
with Mra Linda Martin, Southern
I 1 du atn i 1 president, aa
:^..-: apt.... Onei Bhal I I follow -
B'NAI ISRAEL ANC GREATER
MIAMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE. 9600
Sunset Drive, Orthodox, RaLbi
Ralph Glixman. 8-A
-e---------
CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION
OF KENDALE LAKES S.W. 107
Ave. at Kendall Or. Rabbi Maxweil
Berger. 9
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER MI-
AMI 137 NE 1th St. Reform. RaLbi
Joseph R. Nrot. 10
v. 8 n in Si -ni' 1 ". hai
n by
Ral
ISRAELI! t CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. R.ibbi Solomon
Waldenberg. Cantor Nathan Parnass
IT
p.in.i early Mrvlcoa; B:15
p.m. i. es. Sei n> n tmpi es -
aii nt After Visit to Jerusalem. t'ie
1 Baturday, >> 47. .1 m .- n.
i'i rtlon of the W 1
OR OLOM (temple) /.* SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabb< Div.d M.
Baron. Cantor Stanley Rich. 13
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th St. Causeway.
Nrrth Bav Villape. Conservative.
Cantor Murrav Yavneh 32-A
---------m-
AGUDAS AC.'HIM NUSACH SEFARD
CONGREGATION. ?W 5th St. Mi-
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor.
decai Chaimovits. 32-B
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1021
NE Miami Gardens Dr Conservative
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Cantor Inn
Alpern. 33
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center. 19:?St
NE 3rd Ave. Orthodox. 33-A
BETH TORAH. 1C51 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi r/ax Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob B. Mcr.delson.
4
B'NAi RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Victor D. Zwel-
ing. Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
--------a
SINAI (Temple) OF NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ra'ph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irvmo
Shu-kes. 37
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 19151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabci Cov
Bidnick 88
TEMPLE IS3AEL-SOU T"H 'Formerly
Beth Tikva) 9025 Sunset Dr. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 13-A
---------------------------------
TIFERETH ISRAEL (Temple). 6500
N. Miami Ave. Conservative. Cantrr
Seymour Hinkes. 14
Friday, 8:15 p.m.. Memorial Berricea
[ndu.'led by Jewish War Veterans.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. OrtHodox
Rabbi Zev Left. 39
Z0KAI GABIES
JUDEA (Temple). 5550 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Michael B. Eise-i-
atat. Centor Rita Shore.
Finlav. 8:15 P.m.. Sabbath Service.
ZAMORA (Temple'. 44 Zamora Ave. 1
Conservative. RabK Maurice Kle.n
Friday, 8:15 nm. Sermon: "A Whole
person Continuity And Change."
unei shahbat Mated by Mrs. Ona
Sbabbat ponaored by Stater- owr ln honor of ner moiher Mrs.
"""_____-____ Sadie Kaptan'i nth birthday. Batur-
day, 47. a m review of the weekly
l:.t !. reading.
ITHII
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
348 Harding Ave. Orthcdox. Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. 50
FORT LAUDEKOALE
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Philip /
Labowltz. Cantor Maurice Neu. 4?
Pi day. s j. m Sabbath evening aerv-
Saturuay, I IS a m Bar Mlti-
\.i). ..i Brut son ol Mr- Zelda
; u. and Stuart, son of Mr.
Mrs. Martin L*v|1
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con.
servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Helfman. 18
Friday, v.'.' nm. Bermon: "is t'nitv
<'l- li.;,! and Disunity our Retwlt?"
Blefis na for couples with November
ann,' Baturday. a.m.. Ber-
mon "Sedrah of the Week."
HI Alt AH
TIFERETH JACOB (Templi). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than ZMlondek. 15
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
Nt 121st St. Ccnservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfmkel. Cantor Yehuda EMANU-EL 3243~W. Oakland Park
Bmyamin. 35 Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur j.
1 ... 15 1 m ORT Sal batl b-
:.! Bernard Friedman.
i :.. i.- lent, 1 duce
Baul Harm rui bI -:>. aki r,
Tr sited 1 iRT lltu
Israel. H II ,. hal 1 >RT
I
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyls Ave
Orthode. Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever. '7
BETH EL. 2400 Pine T. ee Dr. Or-
trccox. g
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox,
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
BETH JACuu. 301 V. ashington Ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
tkf. Cantor Maurice Mam^hes. 1i
BE~H RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 jef.
ferson Ave. conservative. Raooi
Elliot Winograd. Cantor Saul Breen
24
1. m One* Bhabbat: Intro- u>uay,
ol "A.-k ,', ;... f. rmai:
led by choir. Bei vlcei daily,
Ilbi., 5 II p m.
BETH SHOLOM. (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi i_eon Kron.'h.
Cantor David Conviser. 21
Fi das s i" p m Bermon: "What Are
t:.. ol Ann r: an Liberal
Judi n Si uirday 10:46 a.m., 1 lar
ivah >.f Bteven Michael, son of
Mr .nid Mrs. Herbert Ja
TEMPLE BETH SOLOMON. 927 Lin-
coin Rd. Modern Conservative. Rab-
bi David Raab. 21-A
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. 23
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE-
GATION. 843 Meridian Ave. 27>-A
-----------a-----------
BNAI ZION (Temple) 2O0-178th St..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Dr. Abraham I.
Jaccbson 22-B
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
RaDbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
CJBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON.
GREGATION 715 Washington Ave.
Rabbi Meir Mashah Melamed. 23-A
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
Friday. 8:30 p.m.. Sermon: "BirthrUht
Rabbi To Review
Schaeffer book
Dr. Leon Kronish, ipiritual
leader <>f Temple Bcih Sholom,
will review "Any*," by Susan
Ftomberg Schaeffer. at the an-
nual Literary Kolfee Klatch of
the Temple's Sisterhood Wednes-
day at 10:30 a.m. in the Sitter-
hood Lounge, according to a
joint announcement by Mrs. Irv-
ing Miller. Sisterhood president,
Mis. Stuart Gottlieb, program
chairman, ami Mrs. Marvin
Stonberg. chairman ol the event.
"Anya." a gripping and mov-
ing story set against the back-
ground Of the Holocaust, hits
been chosen as an alternate se-
lection of Book of the Month
Club and Woman Today Book
Club.
The average price of a new
book for the Beth Sholom Li-
brary h;ts been set as an "admis-
sion fee" the donation will be
used for the enlargement of the
I 1 iry, ,;,.., vations may be
made by calling the temple of-
fice.
Nathan Perlmutter To Present H
Analysis Of Palestinian Issue
w_____________
is
^
| CA.NDLELIGHTING TIME i
1 KISLEV
5.12
I
A select group of Miami's top
Jewish community leaders will
bo given a private analysis of
the Palestinian issue u it affects
Israel and American Jewry this
month.
The presentation will no made
by Nathan 1\ : Hv.ituT. associate
national director of the Ann
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, at a special luncheon
meet ng Monday, Nov. 25, being
ized and hosted by Leonard
Zilbert, chairman of the an
committee oi ADL'i Society ol
m
"Our special meeting on the
Imp ical ins of the Palestinian
Membership Coffee Slated
By Juvenile Diabetes Group
c !, i iad residents concei n-
ed with the ra: id Increase in the
new i ases ol -i.'1 etes an in\H e i
ttend a n ": "
?jven by the J ivenile Dial
ch Foun lation iJl"
Nov. 21, at l
ind Mi
i S 'i-'1. Cora
e .i] irf I n :- rest a ch it
the ol Miami, c m-

gran -
newly diagnosed cases of both
adult an I venili
LEONARD ZILBtSl
.--ii,' comes at a critical rr.oir.ra
both I raol and worl! Jew
Mr Zilbert -aid.
"in America, especially, we
ii w th a multi pro I
I d 'signed to
.. i for Israel in grass
i and the halls i |
Pi r'.mutter's presi
part of a special nati ;
AD1 acti n program des
inj : K \ leadershij
i iir- >nl situation, Mi
li
Abnmi. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
* -
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. Reform. 3501 Univer.
sity Dr. Rabbi Max Weitz. 44
--------a------
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 8753
N.W. 57th St.. (Conservative) Rat
bi Milton J. Gross. 44-A
POMPANO BEACH
MARGATE JEWISH CIINTER 610'
NW 9th St. 44-El
SHOLOM (Tempi*). 132 Sli 11th Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Morns A. Skoc
Cantor Yaacov Henzer. 4
HAUANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
(Conservative). 416 NE 8th Ave.
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz. Cantor
Jacob Danzioer. 1?
' in i iRT Sabbath Bermon:
"On Returnlnn Arab Territories Sat-
4. a.m.. homily on the
, < '. til,- w l
HOttrrVOOD
BETH EL (Temp'e). 1551 S. 14th Ave.
Re.'orm. Rabbi Samuel Jatfe. Mlat-
ant Rabbi Harvey M. Rosenfeil 4S
i das B:1S pm. Bermon: "When
Families) yuaMTel Pulpit honors ill
ia. d Mr and lira ii irold Bo-
s:*-in in hoiMir of their am
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 4601 Ar-
thur St. Conservative. Kabbi Mor.
ton Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 44>
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Habbi David Shapiro.
Associa e Rabbi. Chaim S. Listfield.
Cantor Yehuda L. Heilbraun. 47
TEMPLE BETH AHM. Conservative.
310 SW 62n1 Ave.. V oily wood. Rabbi
Cavid Rosenfield. 47.B
TEMPLE SOLtL (Lioeral). 5101 Sher-
idan St., Hoi yviood. Rabbi Robert
Frazin. 47-C
YOUNO ISRAEL ot HOLLYWOOD
(Ortnodox). 3891 Stirling Rd. St
MliAMAk
ISRAEL (Templt). 6920 SW 35th St
Conservative. Rabbi Aviom Drazia
Cantor Abraham Ketter. 44)
H0MESTEA0
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CKNTKK
183 NE 8th St. Conservative H
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RABBI MORDECAI KIRSHBLUM SPEAKER
South Dade Hebrew Academy
Dinner Dance Set For Dec. 7
Anti-Semitism Is Teitelbaum Topic At Judea Lodge
Rjbbi Dr. Mordechai Kirsh-
blum will be the guest speaxer
at the third annual dinner dance
1
H
dation Fund, and at the 1956
Zionist Congress was elected a
member of the American Section
of the Jewish Agency Executive,
-living as Head of the Aliyah
and Torah-Education and Culture
Departments.
In August 1968 Rabbi Kirsh-
blum settled in Israel, and at the.
1968 Zionist Congress, he'd the
same year, was elected .i mem-
ber of the Jewish Agency Execu-
tive in Israel.
Since the reconstitution of the
Jewish Agency, he serves as As-
sociate Head of the Immigration
Department of the World Zion
ist Organization and also as a
member of the Executive of the
reconstituted Jewish Agency.
Nelson Keshen is chairman of
the South Dade Hebrew Acade-
my's Dinner Dance. Information
and reservations may be obtain-
ed by calling the school office.
"Anti-Semitism in Florida"
will be subject for the address
which Arthur N. Teitelbaum will
make to the members and guests
of the Judea Lodge of B'nai
B'rith Tuesday at s p.m. in the
Honey P'a/a Assembly Room.
Mr. Teitelbaum will discuss
the problems wiiii which the
Jewish residents of Florida aie
faced, the propaganda which is
being circulated locally to paint
the Jew as a menace to this
community, the efforts of some
universities to create race ha-
tred among the students, and
the misinformation which was
circulated recently by some of
the local jwlitical candidates.
As Florida director of the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
Ii'rith. Mr. Teitelbaum is re-
s|x>nsible for the implementation
of the human relations programs
in Florida, directing the League's
state-wide activities in the fields
of inter religious cooperation,
race relations, and the counter-
action of extremist activities.
I'nder his direction, the Anti-
Defamation League Regional Of-
fice processes discrimination
complaints involving employment
and housing accoyirnodattyos.
A native of Omaha, Neb., he
initiated the first Lutheran-Jew-
ish Dialogue in the Midwest.
And. in Miami, in 1969, he or-
ganized a Southern Baptist-Jew-
ish symposium, the first meeting
of that type tu be held in the
L'ni'ed States.
Mr. Teitelbaum served in the
U.S. Army for three years as an
instructor lor the Army Security
Agency Training Center in Mas-
sachusetts.
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of the South D.ule Hebrew Acad-
emy to be held at the Carillon
Hotel Saturday night, Dec. 7.
Rabbi Kirshblum, a distil*
shed religious leader who has
a ( .,. reputation as an orator
in Yiddish. English and Hebrew.
was elected president of the Miz-
i i hi Organization of America.
largest religious-Zionist
ip in the world, at the age of
V- ;d the 32nd Annual Convert
in November 1952.
He was the youngest man in
the history of the American Miz-
rachi to hold the presidency, a
on held previously by such
alitiea as Rabbi Meir Bar
Han (berlin), Rabbi Jacob Lev-
inson, Gedalia 11. Bublick, Rabbi i
U 'If Gold, Leon Cellman and I
others.
For over two decades Rabbi
blum served as spiritual
of the Jewish Community
of Bensonburst in Br ok
. second largest Jewish
r in New York City
lei and chairman of the
tie and Religious Groups
rtmenl of the Jewish Ms
Fund of America, his lead
was recognized bj the
of i :;; 0 K) ir, e I
- nameYaar Kirshblum
ir Shammai in Upper Gali
In June 1064. Rabbi Kirshbl
honored by his Alma Mater
\ a University, with the hon
orary degree of Doctor of Divin
recognition of his contri
13 to the upbuilding of re
IS life and education in the
I States and Israel
\ member of the Board of.
ors of Bonds for Israel
md the Executive Committee of
I nited Israel Appeal. Rabbi j
blum has travelled to all.
parts of the world on behalf ol
the Zionist Movement.
He is a member of the Admin-
istrative Committee of the World
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JewlstiflcrMfor
Friday, November 15, 1974
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Temple Enmnu-El To Honor Kaplan;
At Dee. 8 Israel Dinner Of State
Dr. Sherman R. and Mary
Ruse Kaplan will receive the
siaic ; !- a A. asa la Award at
the it-', i Tem le I n anu-El Is-
rael Dinner '!' State on hchalf
of bra Bonds S n lay, Dec. s.
at the Fonta Hotel.
In makin ; i te ann< uncenu nt,
Dr. Irvin Lehi nan, spiritual
leade Miami Beach emi-
gre] ii -i. .-it.'i the Ka
ptional dedication
and self-sacrificing work for Is-
rael's i ass and welfare.
i h i I devotion for
the Stale of Israel has been a
weilapring of help an.I encour-
agement t" an Israel re', orn."
The Masada Award commem-
orates ti'i' 1900 anniversary ol
the Iv role defense 01 the for-
tree ol iii la. the last Jewish
mghold to t'a'l in the Roman
-t of Palestine, and is
presented by the Israel Bond
Organization for notable achieve-
in fortifying the economic
foundations "f Israel.
Daiu-rs Planned By
Young: Professionals
The Voting Professionals and
Professionals II. serving Dade
ami Broward Counties singles
from 20-49 are cosponsoring a
"Dress-l'p Dinner Dance" at
Gatsby's Restaurant, 863 \V.
49th St.. Hialeah, Saturday at
7:30 p.m. Admission is by RSV'P
only.
Professionals II is sponsoring
a live band dance at The James-
town Club, 2721 S. Bayshore
Dr.. Coconut Grove, Sunday at
8 p.m.
APPOINTED Inter National
Bank of Miami announces the
appointment of Miguel A. Jime
nez as vice president of the Con
sumer Bunking Division. Mr.
Jimenez, who comes to Miami
from the First Wional Clt)
Bank of Puerto Rico, has bee-
in the banking field for 18
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Spaghetti Dinner
To Benefit PTA
The Veshiva Day School PTA
hoM a f.'h'-rai-iim- J] a let-
ti dinner S inday in the Young
Israe I ere will be
., ic Show I":' i m
Tickets i the I nn -
available i'-"'1' the ticket
r*i n Mrs, KiVi n i I
icity, however, Is tin
e are very few ti
left.
Fun \ ice pre
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Beverly Weis-
.....i is PI I "'
Dedication Ceremonies Held For
Ambulance Being Sent To Israel
fodtM Florida M4fs res?
to Uraei'i call '' dditional
tundi for her only Wood
and ambulance jervice bota
oaerat. I b; tho Magen David
. Israel's .ifficial Red ( rosa
.._ ,n(, continu .- unabated
Dedication cer ^monies h 11 re-
Greatei wii '
brew .' lent Fl rida
. ,- i- the \..i "
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I m .! 0vcr an ombul
.,.., | :,. Mn M tern Si
B .ah.
r .nr\ veh cle,
DR. and MRS. SHCRMAN KAPLAN
Dr. Kaplan, a vice-president
of Temple Emanu-El, i< a
Founder of .Mount Sinai Hospi-
tal. Clinical associate professor
of medicine at the University of
..'s School of Medicine, he
Is senior attending pnysician at
Mt. Sinai Hospital, where he
served for many years as chair-
man >: the Department of Med-
icine.
Mrs. Kaplan is a past presi-
dent of the Temple L'manu-Kl
SLsterho ident of the P.T.A. A board
member of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, she is also a
member of Hadassah and Bran-
deis University Women.
Mm. Kaplan, who is active in
the American Heart Association,
is an honorary life director of
the Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary.
manufactured by fJetieVal "^lotoi >
to specifications of the Israel De-
Forces and Magen Da\iJ
Adorn, was donated in honor ol
her children, Ai ami Martha Her-
man, Seymour and Ruth Schlani
and Melvin and Renee Schlam,
Mrs Schlam's great gran
Barry Berman of Uerritl i-
in,.k part in the ceremoni.
r with relatives who f e <
Miami from New York and Pu
',. Rico.
Howard Kaufman, pre
the Greater Miami Chapter if
,'-, American Red Magi n
presented the Pekuach N'efesh
plaque to Mrs. Schlam. Mrs.
s, n'..an turned over the ambu-
Ian c keys to Samuel Rein
of Miami Beach, Florida ital
' .....i.oi of the Red M
David. I JJ
rv.uif.'ian praised Mrs. Schlam>
intere t in and leadership for I
lied Magen David, Hebrew \
emy and other Israeli and Jew-
ish causes
Dedication ceremonies held at the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy marked the contribution of another ambulance to
Israel's Red Cross service, the Magen David Adorn, by
South Florida Jewry. Participants include (from left) Howard
Kaufman, president of the Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Red Magen David; Melvin Schlam, Mrs. Helen
Schlam Ssymour Schlam and Al Berman. Mrs. Schlam,
of Miami Beach, dedicated the ambulance in honor of her
children.
Cohen Dedication Lodge
Guest Speaker Sunday
Tom Cohen will Iv the |
speaker at a breakfast meeting
..f Dedication Lodge 2743, B'na
U'rith. Sunday in the Jade Win L-
Tower Auditorium.
Mr. Cohen, president of Hill-
rest Lodge, is a graduate of
Fordham University and has
served BJ Commissioner of Hu-
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NY. and as president of xhi
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Israel Bonds Affairs Set
At Winston 100, Jade Winds
j
Greater Miami brae!
I ;. t >rganication w i'l hold a
I in Israel" Tuesday at
n Towers 100, Miami
and a "Salut t>> Israel"
tsl Si nday, Nov. 24, at
, winds, Noi th Miami Beach,
,., lie I to be honon d at
on Towers 100 event are
md Mrs. Samuel Adelman,
ients-etect of the Scroll of
ec al g v H will be
beloved American Jewish
, rist, Joey Russell. J<>-
onv ay is nerving as chair-
kid Herman is cochair-
i. president of the
Manufacturing Corpo-


)
Rabbi Wolf To
Lecture Sunday
At Temple lerael
Rabbi Arnold Wolf, now Hille!
or at Vale University.
shares "My So'.el Experience" al
Temple Israel
of Greater Mi
lami Sunday
morning at 10
o'clock as the
(i r e e n f i eld
Lecture Series
continues.
Kabbi Woll
is one of the
more prolific'
writers and
speakers o n
theology and
c o ntemporaiy
issues in th" American rabbinate
For 15 years before as
suming his portion as chaplain
iphy proicsinr at Ya'e
! Wolf was the Rabbi of the
mental and avant-garde
in Sol 'i on Chicago's
.,ih1 with the con
interest In alti rnative
aches to Jewish experlen i
ectu e will be of particulai
- of Commentary, among
lii .. tnaga lies, are
Dr W ill s provocative
ach in few i-h issue
Sin as well as series tick 11
ible
In Brooklyn, is a member
of the Ha to Solomon Lodge,
B'l al B lit'i. In Miami B ach and
i- an ass iciatc of Hadassali. His
wife. R ta, is a life meml er ol
Hadassah and a member of the
Eastern star.
Ri ld< nts ol Jade Winds will
rally at the kreakfast Nov. 24 to
1 a tri Kite to M nnd Ml s. Sam
Schwartz, who will receive the
Scroll i ; Honor present d by Is-
onds for o itstan ling set -
ice in advancing fsrae econom-
ic di r.'.
Sc' *-at i a mem ei of the
!n.a. ol trustees ol the Hope
i retarde 1 children, is
an officer of the Dedication
Lodge, B'nai B'tith, and serves
as chairman of the lodge's com-
mittee in support ol the Hii.e
it the University <>f Mi-
Serving as chairman of the
Jade Winds Siluta to fsrael" is
Leon Yitdoff; Irving Feldman Is
Imian, I!ddi Schaffer will
present a program of Jewish
folk h imor.
Rabbi Arnold Wolf
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Friday, November 15, 1S74
Cohens To Be Honored At
Scholarship Dinner Dec. 22
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen.
Miami Beach leaders in the
fields of Jewish education and
religion will I ests of hon-
or at the Greater Miami He-
brew 27th annual
s, : 'inner. Tin- black-
tie 11 ght of
the South F
nuini ei v ill be held
at thi I i Dec. 22.
sell cti< in w as m ide by R
dinner and past presi lent I I i
Greater Miami Jewish K
tion.
Rabbi and Mrs. Alexander S.
Gross vill hoat a i akfasl meet-
Ing of the dinner committi e In
their Miami Beach hom S in-
day at 10:15 a.m 11
has been prii e He-
brew
est sch h l. for
more than 25 years.
Cohen, a vice
I resi-
de I : ''e
also servi the
ea ol Jewish
>e Jewish Na-
Dade
l nty.
A member of the executive
nittee
s Bar-Ilan University,
he has been in the forefront of
th< Sta ol Israel.
and Mrs. C< hi n are
ers of Mi. Sinai Hospital
: iami r ach, and have work-
, nl ehalf of
the Hebrew Academy. They
in the original organizing
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A'.K. AND /KM. JOSEPH COHtN
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of the Hebrew Academy.
en is an : er <>f
I : ; a I
eis L'nive sity. He and
fe, Adele, moved hei
years I were pi in< ij als in
a meat pack:
will help the Co-
hens celebra wed-
iry. Their chl
1.1 In : Cowan, pn denl i I
the Diplomat Hotel; Dr. Herman
ol Miami Beach; and Ms.
Frances Elkins ol Holly*
>i grandchildren.
Proceeds from the 27th an-
nual Scholarship Dinner will
i the Hel rew a :ademy to
continue its ; rograms which pro-
vides scholarship assistance to a
it the nearly 1.000 stu-
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The Saxony Hot. I, 3201 Col-
lins Ave., will complete Its r
i and become
a kosher year-round resort start-
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Al of the 400 ro
in the oceanfront Saxony will be
i irned Into efficiency apart-
ment units" by thai date, ac-
cording to an anno incenv nt
s by Berkowit; Associates,
who have taken a 20-
to operate the Saxony. Berko-
wit/ Asso.iat..- pel ate the
er Crown Hotel In Miami
Beach.
Abl ey Berkowit ol
the Saxony, said that the new
operators actually assumed man-
in Oct. 15, but were un-
able to operate the Saxony as
an all-kosher resort "until ade-
(i late changes had been made."
The Saxony's refurbished ef-
i..-h ncj "in!- w 111 i tain kitch-
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also oiler maid tennis
facilities, a new i ith a
mini-market, a htly i nter-
tainment In the 1
Jerry Mitchell v.
time social direct i fi i the Sax
on>. it was announced.
In addition i i its kosher din-
ing room, the Saxony will have
n from
ll a.m. to 4
wi ek.
The Saxi i i Now
York tales as a
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Israel Bonds Chanukali Festival
To Feature 3 Concert Artiste
The Greater Miami Israel
Bond i :i wi" no
annual Chanukah F
Israel on Wednesdaj
Dec. 18, at the Fi i talm I
Hotel
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JenisiiFhrkti&n
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Sisterhood Of
Temple Judea
Announces Plans
A "Sholom Aleichem Festival"
luncheon meeting will be held by
the Sisterhood of Temple Judea
Wednesday, Nov. 20. at 11 a.m.
in the temple's social hall.
Linda Coooer. professional folk
dancer who is a new member of
Temple Judea. will perform;
readings from Sbolom Aleichem
will alo be presented. Members
may bring gu wts; call the temple
office for tickets or reservations.
The Sisterhood plans a
"Wrangler Roundup" for temple
members Saturday, Nov. 23. at 7
p.m. in the form of a progressive
dinner.
Couples will be served cock-
tails and dinner at various homes
before reassembling in the tem-
ple's social hall for dessert and
dancing. The evening is under
the cochairmanship of Mrs.
Micha'J Spritzer and Mrs. Rich-
ard Weiss.
Mrs. Henry Goldman To Speak At
First Review In Hadassah Series
:*!*:. Henry OrArrrtefYi will
speak at the first book review
series on Vlonday, Nov. 18, at
1 p.m. in the Algiers Hotel, Mis.
Emanui l Mentz, presi lent of the
Miami Beach Chapter ol Hadas-
sah, anno met d.
Mrs. Goldman, of Jersey City,
N.J.. present! holds the port-
fi Ik) of National Membership
Chairman of Hadassah, the
Women's Zionist Organization of
America. In her capacity as im-
mediate pasi Aliyah Chairman,
a "first" m Hadassah, she pio-
neered the direction of the pro-
gram and served on the Aliyah
Resolutions Committee of the
1972 World Zionist Congress in
Jerusalem.
t
Irving Gordon, director of the South Florida Histadrut cam-
paign, presents Mildrsd Sahl, president of the Histadrut
Women's Council with the first of a number of scholarship
certificate! sponsored on behalf of the Kistadiut Women's
Council.
loint Mortgage Funding Program
Unveiled Al Histadrut Reception
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V the recent reception held
Israel Histadrut Council
PontaineUeau Hote Mi
i;. ach, Histadrut Treasurei
K 'ssar spoke of the need
for aided funds to meet housing
and social welfare needs of R,:-
sian immigrants, in addition to
normal Histadrut health, educa
tion and welfare programs.
"Even though we are bothered
by tevere inflation, we have
fought hard 11 h.i.e the Russian
Jews immigrate to Israel and ws
must now work that much harder
to find the sums needed to re
tlnm and to find them
homes," Mr. Keuar said.
I.eon Kronish. spirit ua'
Of Temple Beth Sholom
rial chairman of th.'
1 of the Israel Histadrut
I idatlon, in introducing Kes
stressed the role of the H -
in Israel and the p
sibilities which the dlrtinguished
lest bean in earrying out t is
manifold activities of the Hista
drut.
Dr. Sol Stein, president of tht
Foundation, described portion
of the national program, which
include an Annuity Trust pro
gram, providing an all time high
of 9'j I interest to the donor.
Construction Will be undertaken
through a joint mortgage fund
ins program in partnership with
the Israel government, he said.
To date. Histadrut has raised
over S35 million to help provide
1 >w ,'osi housing for veterans ot
the armed forces, scholarships,
\o( itlonal education and other
social welfare activities, it wa.
reported.
Ben Zion Steinberg. Florida's
executive director of the Israel
Hi'tadrul foundation, outlined a
ol 11 igrams ta be under
taken in the Greater Miami area
t,i realize the goals set
Some IW persons attended the
r*rt*tion. which was under the
auspices of the Histadrut Coun-
cil Moe Levin, chairman of the
Advisory Hoard, presided.
Morris Newmark is president
of the Council Irving Gordon ii
director of the Histadrut cam-
reisn
1SCCJ Symposium
Set Nov. 18-20
A National Institute focusing
on "Alienation, Education and
Interaction"' in contemporary
school systems will take place
Nov. 18-20 at the Marco Beach
Hotel. Marco Island. It has been
announced.
Dr Claude Anderson, educa-
tion advisor in the Florida Gov-
ernor's Office, will keynote the
symposium sponsored by the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews. Inc.. in cooperation
with the Florida School Desci-
regation Center. University of
Miami School of Education.
Scholarships are available to
teachers, students, school admin
istrators, police and security of-
ficers, counseling and guidance
personnel, human relations spe
cialists and parents. Contact
Frank Magrath or Helene Rand
at the MCCJ office. 960 Dtipont
Plaza Center, for additional in
formation.
Mrs. Goldman also served as
National Tourism chairman and
National Education chairman.
She Is a meml er of the Na-
tional Administrative Committee
of Jewish National Fund in
v. Inch she represents Hadassah
on this top level body.
Prior to her election to the
National Board, Mrs. Goldman
served in major portfolios in the
them \ew Jersey Region of
Hadassah. Sh was a delegate to
the World Zionist Congress in
Jerusalem in l9:>fi. i960 and
1972; headed the l tenne ly Re-
ception Dedication Tour in 1966
as well as several other H
sab r*o irs.
Mrs. Goldman, who will s]
prior to the book review, par-
ticipated in tlie 1968 and 1971
Hadassah Midwinter Confei
in Israel.
Mrs. Edith Geiger will review
"The Centennials'' by James
ROSE GOIDMAH
Michener following Mrs. Gold-
man's rest ntation. Proceeds "f
tl-.e series is earmarked for the
Hadassah Israel Education Se v-
ices, which encomj asses the
issah Con nunity O
and the Si ligsberg Brandeis
Comprehensive High School.
[nine Spear is chairman
of the book revh w series i
- ire l by Miami Beach Chapter
of Hadassah,
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Friday, November 15, 1974
Eisensteins Celebrate Golden Anniversary
It's been half a century of
community service and fifty
years of marriagefor Leo and
Nola Gross Eisenstein of Miami
Beach. The event was celebrated
last week with a gala party spon-
sored by the Eiscnstcin and
Gross families, hold in St. Louis.
Mo. The couple met in St. Louis
in the early 1920*1.
Eisenstein. a native of Roman
: i has been resident of South
! D da for more than four dec
ade- II' is a founder of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and has been a member of the
board of directors for 36 years.
He held numerous positions with
in the Federation during that
time, including his most recen;
leadership role as chairman oi
the Chaplaincy Committee.
A realtor. Eisenstein is a past
president of the Miami Beach
Realty Board, past treasurer oi
the Miami Beach Chamber 01
Commerce, and a life trustee and
past president of the Exchange'
Cub. in 1964, Eisenstein was se
lected "Realtor of the Year."
A past president of B'nai
B'rith. he was presented with hi.
50 year pin in 1971. He is recog-
nized as a founder of Mount
Sinai Medical Center, a founder
aid board member of Temol?
Emanu-E!. and a fonnder of the
Miami Chapter of American Jew
i h i ommittee.
EisensHin's civic service of
over 50 years has been marked
by versati ity and dedication. In
1S47. he served as chairman of
Miami's firsl Pops Concert series
lie has been h>noi->d as a life
irember of the Miami Beach
K.k- and the Hibb 'us Masonic
e, He is a Shrin >t and wa
II -ted for tour years in "Who's
Who in America "
For the;" achievements and
more, the Jewish community sa
lutes Leo and Nol.i Eisenstein
m this h.iDiv occasion.
ORT Sabbath To Be Observed
In Synagogues And Temples
At sundown Friday in temples
and synagogues from coast-to-
coast, members of Women's
American ORT (Organization for
Rehabilitation through Training)
and their families will attend
services ushering in "ORT Sab-
bath."
The observance of this Sab-
bath reaffirms the belief in the
philosophy of ORT to help man
lo help himself and to educate
the community to the goals of
the global CRT network of vo-
cational and technical schools.
The aim is that no Jewish per-
son, whether a child or an adult
should be deprived of the oppor-
tunity of vocational training or
the sk: 1 to help him to help him-
self.
In Dade temples and syna-
gogues ORT members of South-
eastern Florida Region will spon-
sor Oneg Shabbats or make do-
nations to library funds. Rabbis
will devote sermons to the work
of ORT. and ORT speakers will
be heard from the pulpits.
Chapter members of South-
eastern Florida Regions will be
at Beth Torah. Temple Sinai,
Temple Emanu-El. Temple Me-
norah. Beth Am. Beth Raphael
Temple Judea. North Bay Vil-
lage and the Conservative Tem-
ple of Kendale Lakes.
Southeastern Florida Region
will hold its "Third Annual Earlv
Achievers Honor Roll Lunch'on"
Thursday. Nov. 21, at the Fon-
tainebleau Hot >1
This year's luncheon will be
co chaired by Mrs. Belle Dernis
and Mrs. Linda Martin, with the
a stance of Mrs. Fritzie Leit
and Mrs. Jean Rose.

The luncheon pays tribute to
the members of Women's
\ erican ORT whose involve-
ment, dedication and commit-
ment to the ORT Program has
been shown by th"ir tangible
support. The more than 750 worn
en who have earned the privi-
lege to attend will he entertain-
ed by a unique fashion show.
Miss Hannalore Hill. Burdine's
of Florida's fashion coordinator.
will combine the fashions creat-
ed bv ORT students from Israel
and France with those of the
Southeastern Florida Region's
consignment shop. "The Garment
Bag." and add accessories and
commentary by Burdine's. Under
Miss Hill's direction, the ORT
models will present this fashion
show to the music of "The
Karos "
A dessert card party, rreeed-d
bv a short business meeting, will
be held bv the Coral Ga
Chapter Wednesday at 1 p.m.. in
the DeSoto Room of the V:v*<
Federal at 2750 Cora! Way Es-
telle Berman is Chapter presi-
dent.
Co'lins Beach Chapter will
meet in the Mediterranean Room
of the Seacoast West. 5600 (' ti-
ling \vt. at noon Thursday. Nov.
21 Unusual seasonal floral ar-
rangements for the home will
be demonstrated by "Louis-
Florist." and donated to the
chapter for the day.
Miami Business and Profes-
sion Chapter will hold a games
party at the Raleigh Hotel. 1777
Collins Ave.. Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
Refreshments and prizes are in-
cluded.
M.B. Hadassah Groups
Plan To Meet Next Week
Two Miami Beach Chapter of.
Hadassah Group; have scheduled
meetinc- next week. Royal Mac-
cabees Group will meet Monday
at 7 p.m in the Financial Fed-
eral Auditorium. 755 Washington
Ave.. with Clara I.andy presid-
tag.
Triton Towers Group will fea-
ture a book review bv Sophie
Primak at its Tuesday noon
meeting in Triton Hall. Hannah
Winawer will preside.
JEWISH EDUCATOR
with ability to chant services and
ttach Bar Mitzvah class wanted by
Congregation Ohev Shalom, Orlan-
do, Fla. Please call or write to
Rabbi R. J. Adler, 91S Goddard
Ave Orlando, Fla. 32810 Ph. (30S)
2M-4650.
Dr. Robert Blank
Temple Beth El
Breakfast Guest
The cultural program of Tem-
ple Beth Ei will present Or.
Robert Blank, a member of the
board of Uu tees, at a breakfast
hooted bv the Brotherhood Sun-
day at 9:30 am in the temple's
Tobin Auditorium.
Or Blank, who will speak on
t ,1 xv.-; ;s a pr i "'
Prth '('"V--! :" .1 >" > I and
North Di de \ ra lu ite of Uni-
versftv of F oi i la, :i' received
hi- >lasl :'- leg Mar-
quette t'nlvers'ty and doctorate
from Northw'tern University
Pr Blank s n t>. c > chairman
of the temnle's relitji >us school
committee. He is a member of
t! e South Fl i la Confer?nce on
Soviet Jewry, an active member
of the Sneakers Bureau. South
Florida Conference on Soviet
Jewry, and heads the Br.ward
Division oi its Adopt A-Family
program.
The public is invited. Proceeds
will go to the Youth Activities
Fond.
Tapestry woven by children of San Isidro, Colombia, South
America, is part of exhibit which will be on view at the
Continuum Gallery Nov. 19 through Dec. 21. __________
Consul General Ovnat Keynoter At
Mizrachi Women's Bonds Dinner
The Hon. Shmue! I vn.tt. Con- Jeanne (Mrs. Alfred) Fnk"
SUl General of Israel in Toronto. stein. Florida Council president
rill be the keynote speaker at f American Mizrachi Women,
will be honored at the Isra
Bonds dinnerdance She will re
Ci ;v tha Coveted Woman of
Valor award.
Mr, Ovnat was spokesman
I rael's Ministry for Foreign Af-
fairs for lix yean pr
'nt in Cans la Se i
tember. 1972 His distinguisl
diplomatic career spa"- a p
of 14 years in the Foreign \
t.nrs Ministry includ
as First Secretary in the Is
Embassy in Stockholm. Swi
A native of Israel, Mr '
studied at the Universit;
Southern California where he re-
ceived a Masters degree in In-
ternational Relations and Eco-
nomic!.
Lily (Mrs. Alfred) Stone,
mother of newly-elected V S
Senator Richard Stone, is sor-
ing as chairman of the Mizrachi
dinner Reservations may i
made by calling the Israel BonJs
office.
CONSUL GtHlBAl SHMUF1 OVNAT
the American Mizrachi Women
Israel Dinner of State Sunday at
the Fontainebleau Hotel. Milton
M. Parion. executive director of
the Greater Miami Israel Bond
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A show featuring tapes
woven by the children of San
[sidro, Colombia. S.A.. will o;>en
;, s p.m. Tu im Gallery, TOO West 51
gt e t, Miami Beach. The show-
will run through Dec. 21.
San Isidro is a small barrio
near Bogota consisting of 28
lei whose principal income
comes from quarrying rock ami
>l tag flowers to sell in the
The children had no school
until a group of volunteers or-
ganized one and obtained dona-
tions for the land and building.
Two women, and Cecilia Mejla, both interna-
tionally known weavers, became
interested in teaching these chil-
dren the techniques of weaving.
Friends and businesses contrib-
uted to make possible the pur-
chase of yarn, looms and other
materials. The children, ages 8
to IT), were encouraged to cre-
ate their own designs and the
results are extraordinary so
:n fact that Ms. de Amaral
and Ms. Mejla wen- inspired to
start a folklorical textile mu-
seum to collect examples from
all >ver the world. The opening
bit, featuring 62 selected tap-
estries by the children, was
ndinsj success All of the
;., -.Dies were sold.
ft
[-nationally renowne' art-
ist Re.vna YoiuK<-niian will ex-
il :.-: graphics and paintings
red by a recent trip to fe-
at the Temple Beth Am
lea Shop in the Social Hall
following Friday evening serv-
ices Nov. 22. Fteyna has twice
been awarded a Tiffany Founla-
tion Fellowship, has received
the Connecticut Academy Por-
trait Prize, a Beaux Arts Paint-
ing Prize, Lowe Landscape
Painting award, and numerous
other honors. She has exhibited
extensively throughout major
U.S. galleries, as well as at the
National Palazzio Des Artes
(Cuba), the Waldorf Galleries.
(Montreal), and Kunstler Gal-
lery (Capetown i. Her works
hang in innumerable private and
public collections. Edwin A. Jew-
ell if the New York Times lays
P.eyr.a foUBgermafl "paints with
keen perception and subtle, po-
ll color."
ft ft
The beautiful Sunset I- II !
home Of Irvine and Shirley Mil-
lar was the site for a recent
cocktail reception in honor ol
legislative candidate lee Ger-
*ten. Oo-boatlng the party were
were Ben. and Mrs. Richard Pet-
ttgraw and Ras> :"ld Mrs- Mar"
shall Harris. Several hundr d
guests were served hors d'oe i-
vres especially prepared by Shir-
ley Miller for the party. An '
them were I>ori* and Bernard
tohu. John and Maty Parker,
Dr. and Mm. William Silver.
Htin'rrtrl VIrrick. toeing and
Hazel Cypea, Lynn D'AlemM-rte.
Joe and Ev Murphy of Coral
Gables ijust back from Caroli-
na), Len Holloway and his bride
Maria, the John Lewises <: Co-
conut Grove. the Thur^rn
Hatcher*. Jon and Lyn Snow
and many others.
ft ft ft
The Irvin and Fannie Ilosen-
blum Synagogue School Building
was the scene of this year's first
Synagogue School celebration at
Temple Sinai of North Da-ie
Sunday.
Children invited their parents
to share their learning and re-
joice with them, as |>archments
containing the words "Hear Oh
Israel, the Lord our God, the
Lord is One" were placed on each
door within the school in accord-
ance with Jewish custom.
The school has had a mezuz-
zah on its front door, but indi-
vidual classrooms have not pre-
viously had mezuz.ot. RahM and
Mr*. Ralph KJnpiley brought
o *n
mezuzzol back with them from
Isiael last Spring in order to
make (he occasion even more
special.
"The children of the Svna-
8 School pie; ared for that
meaningful moment by learning
the meaning of the words "You
shall w i ite them on the door-
posts ol your house and upon
your gates." Rabbi Kingsley said.
School activities are under the
supervision of Ms. Stephanie
IMiun. Temple Sinai's new edu-
cation director. Mr. and .Mrs.
Ir>ln Irnsenhlnm gave the ma-
jor gift which enabled the Syn-
ie School, which is named
after them, to be completed last
year.
ft ft ft
RabM and Mrs. Naftnli Por-
ush announce the birth of a
daughter Oct. 4 in Jerusalem. Is-
rael, where they now make their
home. Baby Ali/a has two grand-
mothers in South Florida: Mrs.
Lottie tt-.us and Mrs. Ida Porush.
Her father was formerly the
(ritual leader of Young Israel
of Greater Miami.
A well-known local sculptress, Judith Youngerman Gindy,
will exhibit "The Bar Mitzvah" in the Social Hall immedi-
ately following the 8:30 Service at Temple Beth Am, Friday,
Nov. 22. Judith, who specializes on the themes of the Dance
and the Family, studied at Tyler Art School (Temple Uni-
versity) and is a graduate of the University of Miami. Her
sculpture has been exhibited at the Lows Gallery, Galiery
Three, Mirell Gallery, Coconut Grove Playhouse Gallery,
Science Museum Invitational shows, and at Templs Beth
Am.
Oberman Chairing
Temple Menorah
Bonds Dinner
Herman B. O'oerman. a vice
president of Temple Meraorah,
Will serve a chairma;: of the 1974
Temple Me-
norah Isra-
el Dinner ol
State at the
F ontainebleau
Hotel Satur-
day, according
to Rabbi May-
er A b r a m o-
wita, spiritual
leader of the
Miami Beach
congregation.
The Israel
Bonds dinner-
dance will honor Mr. and Mrs.
Isidore Wollowick. They will re-
ceive the State of Israel Masada
Award for notable achievement
and leadership in fortifying the
economic foundations of Israel.
A member of the State of Is-
rael Bonds Prime Minister's Club,
Oberman is active in the Zionist
Orsanization of America and is
a former director of the American
Jewish Congress. He is a mem-
br of the board of directors of
the Freedom l.odqe of B nai
rv--itVi Mjnmi Bach.
Mr. Oberman
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Friday, November 15, 1974
Beth Sholom Begins 6th Annual
- lsraeli-In-Hesidence Program
Ter^ple Betb J?hoU>m's sixth _
animal Israeli In-Residence pro-
gram will begin Sunday al 10:30
a.m., according to an announce-
ment i>> James S. Knopke, Beth
Shoiom's president
This year's Israelis in Resi-
dent are Ephraim and Tehila
Sfiapira, both teachers.
Mr. Knopke. in his announee-
mi "!. explained the origins of
Belli Shoiom's [sraelis-in-Resi-
derue program six yean ago.
'We first launched this proj-
ect with Yehuda Ben Chorin,
founder of Kibhut/ Kfar Mena-
cheni in Israel." he saiil. "Ye-
huda and Rabbi Leon Kronish
were childhood friends and had
graduated from the same He-
brew School together in Brk-
lyn. They were both part of Ha
Srtomer Hatair, a Zionist youth
movement.
Yehuda found his fulfillment
through Aliyah and Leon Kron-
ish found his fulfillment through
the Rabbinate. They maintained
their friendship through the
years and In 1969 decided it was
time to develop a new dialogue
between Israeli and American
Jews on a people-to-people basis.
"Since 19('>9 a variety of [s- .
raeli Ities have served as
Israelis In-Residence a mili-
tary -nan, Zonik Schacham; a
n i Jerusalemite, Yehuda
Levanon; an industrial Kibbutz-
nik. Asher Golan: a teacher. Zvi
Krauthammer, who left his pro-
m i,, accept an assignment
in Vienna welcoming the Jews
in transit from the I'SSR to Is-
rael, and now the Shapiras.
How do you describe the
Shapiras?
Dr. Mentschikoff
Breakfast Guest
"Ethics and the Law Profes-
sion" will be the topic ol discus-
sion at the Beth Am Brother-
hood Breakfast Forum Sunday
at 9:30 a.m. in the Youth
Loun i
The speaker will be Dr. Sola
Mentschikoff, Dean of the Law
School 'if the University of Mi-
ami. Dr. Mentschikoff, one of the
outstanding lawyers In the coun-
try, will give new Insight into a
problem which has troubled our
Country for some time.
Speaker for Dec. 15 will be
two-time Pulitzer Prize winner
Don Wright, editorial cartoonist
for The Miami News.
Sisterhood Party Monday
The Sisterhood of Ahavat
Shalom Congregation will hold a
membership party Monday at 8
p.m. Refreshments will be served,
Womefco Theatres
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PATIOllbRUII0y
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An ail NEW film...
AIRPORT
1975
( "Tehila.Sbapira is a personal-
ity in her own light, with a M.A.
degree in Psychology. She has
l en serving as a clinical psy-
n the Neurology De-
partment Of lehilov Municipal
Hospital.
"Ephraim Shapira teaches
God and gymnast;.-' He is a
eopher and physical educa-
tion Instructor. He can make the
Bible come alive with his lee-
i ires on How the Bible shapes
our Jewish Character' or Wheth-
er Anyone Can he Jewish if he
Doesn't Know the Bible.' or
Why our Jewish Bible Makes us
such Universallsts' or 'What our
Bible Teaches us About War and
Peace.'
"The Shapiras will initiate
tills year's series this Sunday,"
Mr. Knopke said. They will also
be speaking at our local high
school and will he invited to
various homes of our members.
In addition, they will be meet-
ing with different congregation-
al Chavurot in homes for Infor-
mal sessions."
This series of talks is open not
only to Beth Sholom members,
but to the general public as
well. There is a small charge
for the breakfast for non-mem-
bers.
Workshop-Brunch
Set At Beth Am
Temple Beth Am Sisterhood's
Ohanukab Workshop and brunch
will tegin at 9:30 a.m. Wednes-
day in the Temple Beth Am So-
cial Hall.
In addition to Chanukah gifts
and crafts, which will be avail-
able for purchase, each partiei-
I ant will b? given materials, In-
Btructions and guidance in pro-
ducing their own Chanukah cen-
terpie. as.
A special manual, "All You
Ever Wanted To Know About
Chanukah But Were Afraid to
Ask!" will be distributed. It will
contain illustrated instructions
on crafts, games and gourmet
recipes for the holiday season.
The cost of the brunch in-
cludes all materials. Toddler sit-
ting la available. Reservations
may he made by calling the tem-
ple office. Arlene Keller or Ter-
ry FYeedman. Bring scissors.
North Shore BBW Luncheon
North Shore Chapter, B'nai
B'rith Women, plans a member-
ship luncheon at the Delano Ho-
tel. Miami Beach. Monday. The
event is free to new members.
and will include entertainment,
food and prizes. Betty Kahn is
accepting telephoned reserva-
Morris Carnovsky
Sunday Morning, Nov. 24, at 10 A.M.
In a dramatic Presentation of
SHOLEM ALEICHEM,
PERETZ,
SHAKESPEARE and
YIDDISH THEATRE
Tickets $5.00 for Non-Subscribers
Temple Israel, 137 N.E. 19th Street
Phone 573-5900
You'll FEEL it as well as see it!
SEKSURRGUKD
An Event.
NOW
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anno in*
The Plantation office, located
at the co. net ol University Drive
and West Broward Bo ilevard, is
the s cond American Savings
Office in Bra ;mi1
its sixth office in South Florida.
American Savings, with assets
of more than $50 million, was
founded in 1950 by Shepard
Broad, who currently serves as
chairman of the board. He is
a'so the former Mayor ol Bay
Harbor Islands.
The Association has expanded
from its original office to its
present six locations In Miami
Beach, Bay Harbor Islands. Ft
Laudetdale and Plantation. Last
year American Savings was cit-
ed by industry sources as having
the largest percentage growth in
savings in the United states of
all large sa\ Ings associations. It
is now ranked as 126th la
of the 5000 Savings and Loan
Associations in the United
States.
Both Moms N. Broad and
I. Carti ". Mayor of Plan-
tation, noted the ;rowth of the
. ol Plantation in their re-
: iarks at the ribbon cutting cer-
emony.
Wil lam I.. Britton, who has
been named Branch Manager
: i vmi lean Savings Plantation
joined American Savings
in 1973 a d has served as as-
sistant manager of the Amer-
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y Appointment Of Bremla Shapiro
Announced By Dr. Walter Zand
The appointment of Brenda
(Mrs. Robert I.) Shapiro to the
po>t of iissi-tant director of the
da Area, American Jewish
Committee, has been announced
bj Dr. Walter Zand. director
The Florida Area, which in-
cludes chapters in Greater Hi
ami. Broward County. Palm
: County, Jacksonville and
,i ,md members in other
uch as Orlando,
; i and St. Petersburg, bas
nembt rship of 3.0(H).
Ms ,i native of
Vlaine, has b "en a re
. 1959 She is w 'II
fied for her pn-t. both in
i i her education and ev
nce in Jewish communal
work.
a ;-. luate of Pine Manor
, Wellesli y, Ma -.
and th i niversity of Miami,
majored in human re-
ns, M-. Shapiro was con-
sultant to the Board of Public
[nsti ict ""i on Family Life Bdu
n and coordinator of the Hi!
lei program at Florida Interna-
University and has been
mj years a faculty member
in the high school department ot
: i Israel.
Hi r experience in Jewish com-
munal work includes servlee as
of the Education Com
American Jewish Com-
mittee Bu Igei Committee, Great
er Miami Jewish Federation She
was president of the Young Wom-
en's Division of the Greater

BRiNOA SHAPIRO
Miami Federation in 1933-67. and
President's Young
Li adership Award of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation in
Ms, Shapiro served as coordin-
; i <' v it of the Pan d
of A;in rics i youth, .i panelist on
: \n rican Women,
a m ni'i r of the Hillel Commun-
ity Board and a memb of the
Dadc County Public Health De
partn ei > < nmittee on Hi i
Life Edu-
cation.
The American J wish Commit-
tee, human relations
j rganized in 19( 6, has
hi (I a Gr ater Miami Chanter
servici area since 1952.
Its president is Dr. Charles R.
Beber.
'Earthquake' At Miracle
Earthquake" begins an ex-
..... a ;emenl at the Mir-
e itre, 'oral Gables, Fri-
:c i> "Law and I "--
the same day at
thi Byron and Plaza 2-Holly-
At the S inset is .'' i ih
(, Ion" and "The Trial of Bi ly
Jack" showing at the I
S| rin 2, Pai kway and Not Ui
l.i. i ;n.
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Temple Beth Raphael
1545 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach
announces the opening of the Friday night
"Oneg Shabbath Season91
Starting this Friday 8:00 p.m. and continuous Fridays,
Rabin Elliott./. Winograd
Rabbi Elliot I. Winograd
will introduce a new format each week
on interesting subjects.
This Friday's format will be
"ASK THE RABBI''
This will afford the people an opportunity to ask the
Rabbi about any subject on the Jewish Religion.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh
and an all male choir will lead in "ZMIROS "
Mack Nutkowiti
iSam Cohen, president
President Elect.
Temple Beth Am
To Exhibit Art
Friday evening services. Tem-
ple Beth Am members and -
Will l> honored with a first time-
showing of the religious paint-
in.'- b> Mew York artist Thomas
.1 Strickland and his local ap-
prentice, Debrah J. Ponn. The
exhibit will take place in the
during the Oney
Shab
Mr. Strickland studied at the
\ f Fine i nd In-
dusti ial Arts, A m e r i c a n Art
School, and the Mational Ac 11-
emj f the S I of F
v sionistic lint r, Mr.
Strickland's works bans in many
m isi urns, as wi 1! a i in over 5 10
private collections, He lias had
2 S 1 > exhibit i<
i i coast and his group ex-
hibitions have been extensive, in-
cluding the Salon Rouge du ca-
sino Dieppe. France: New York
1 le, Nice, Fran ; 7i
Prix international de peinture de
la Ca '. ire, Cannes, France,
and The Miami Arl Center.
Mr Stiickland is listed in
"Who's W ho in Am rican Art."
\v h o's Who in the Arts,"
"Artist USA," "Who's W ho in
the South and Southwest." and
"Men of Achievement," England,
HIT.-.
Miss Ponn, a painter, muralist,
and c r imicist. Ins traveled ex-
ti nsively it roa l while painting
and learning from the masters.
of whom Rembrandt has bei n
her guiding light.
Although young, Miss Ponn has.
exhibited many places inch
Flagler Federal Savings Bank.
Miami-Dade Community College
Art Cillery. Miami Art Center,
and Burdine's. Her prizes include
the N .'. t o n a 1 Scholastic Art
Awan! r.old Key of Achievement
Israeli To Entertain Nov. 23
At Betb Am Wight In Israel'
One of Israel', most acclaimed
and versatile entertainment per
ties, Dannj Tadmore, wi '
be the special guest at Temple
Am'- "Night in Isi
which will be held Saturday
23 has b en anno
bj Bernard Goodman, chaii
of the Israel I! n Is ev ent,
'
cently expand
. issic and popular guitars and
: i tl istru
. His voc il n pi rtoin in
n En lish il
Yidd Italian.
T uln' ne has appe ired in Pari
and ondon and rei
ed his tour to include th I i
States and South Am Tic i H
performed throughout South Af-
rica this ;. -i sumnu r.
Tadmore is a Lieutenant I
D 'fense Forces Resi
. nd wa called to active duts I isl
year during the Yom Kippur
War.
Honon es at the Temple Beth
Am "Nighl in Israel," Mr
Mr* I V m B r is Jr
DAfi'lY TADMORE
be the recipients of the State of
Masada Vward.
In addition to Tadmore's en-
tertainment, the "Nighl in Is-
rael" will feature a special Is-
wine tasting,
tacular Israeli
slide sh iw and dancing Reserva-
ti >ns may be made by calling the
office

Lodge Meeting Monday
Get : c Gershwin L
Ki : Pythias, will hold its
second meeting of tl
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Chanc !lor Coi Max Ka-
mini ki will preside .it thi T ". I
p.m. meeting. Refreshmi nta i
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Sitmar Names O'Rieley As.
Financial Vice President
LOS ANGELES James F
O'Rieley has boon named vice
president-finance md edminiatra-
jamis o'Riutr
tion of Sitmar Cruises in an an-
nouncement made by John P.
Bland, president.
O'Rieley will be responsible
for all corporate financial activi-
ty, management systems, office
and personnel administration. He
joins Sitmar after 10 years with
the Automobile Club of Southern
California, when he served as
chief financial officer and was
responsible for management in-
formation and reaearch and de-
velopment activity.
Prior to his association with
the Automobile Club, he was cor-
porate accounting manager for
the Rexall Drug & Chemical
Company In Los Angeles.
O'Rieley holds a law degree
from the University of Notre
I)am and a Master's degree from
Harvard University School of
Eusiness Administration.
C< mmissioned a Certified Pub-
lic Accountant by the State of
California in 1962. O'Rieley is a
member of the American Insti-
tute of Certified Public Account-
ants and the California Society
of Certified Public Accountants,
and is currently vice president of
the Harvard Business School As-
sociation of Southern California.
O'Rieley. who will be head-
quartered in the Sitmar offices
in Los Angeles, lives with his
wife. Kathy. in Santa Monica.
Calif.
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Malin of Miami was elected as-
sistant treasurer of the National
Federation of Temple Brother-
hoods at that organization's 25th
Biennial convention here.
Mr. Malin is past president of
the Temrl? Beth Am Bro 'j r-
hood. and presently serves on the
temple's board of directors. He
is :i member of the Progress
Club and the Masons,
The NFTB comprises 500 tem-
pi!' Brothel h h 75.000
members in t'i" United States,
and abroad. It is an af-
filiate "f the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, parent
bod1 | Ref 'in Judaism.
Blackstone Sold
To Investors,
Name Changed
The Blackstone Retirement
Hotel, largest operation of its
kind in the South Florida area,
has been sold to Two Brothers
Investment, Inc.. whose execu-
tives a:e Sam Burstyn. Nathan
Ambers, Fred Burstyn and Ju-
dah M. Hurstyn.
The new owners stated that
the name of the hotel will be
changed to The New Blackstone
Kosher Hotel and it is presently
under a SlOO.OOO refurbishing
progi am.
The 242-room retirement ho-
tel will feature newly decorated
rooms with ultra-modern design
and optional refrigerator and air-
conditioning. Lobl lea and dining
areas also have been redecorat-
ed with new furnishings.
The New Blackstone Kosher
Hotel offers luxurious living for
senior citizens at an economical
rate with climate and surround-
ings that everyone longs for. plus
personal and individual care.
The New Blackstone Serves
three nutritious kosher meals,
daily. There is a synagogue and
mashgiach on premises.
The new management has
many years of experience in the
hospitality industry. Their other
Miami Beach hotels include The
Ritz P.'a/a, Alden. Sunset, and
Arlene Arms hotels.
Chanukah Institute To Be
Held At Adath Yeshurun
The Sisterhood of Temple
Adath Yeshurun is holding its
first Chanukah Institute at the "
general meeting Wednesday at
8:00 p.m.
Cantor Ian Alpern will tell the
story of Chanukah. conducl the
candle blessing, and teach songs
Chanukah games, recipes and
gifts will lie featured. Items
from the | n't shop will be of-
fi e! for sale, and a menorah I
will be auctioned. Refreshments
will be served.
Thanks to Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Miami, Inc., 144.000
homeless and thirsty refugees of the hurricane and flood
in Honduras had at least a 12-our.ce drink of fresh water
when they most needed it. Shown inspecting the canned
water as it came off the production line are Felipe S Pa-
redes, Vice Consul of the Republic of Honduras in Miami
(left) and Nate Feldman, general manager of Pepsi Miami.
Employees at the plant donated th:ir time for the life-saving
work and Pepsi-Miami contributed all other costs involved
in producing the 6,000 cases of pure water flown to Hon-
duras at no cost by TAN Airlines.
'Cafe Sabra To Benefit Hillel
Men and Women for Hillel will
hold a regular monthly meeting,
Monday at 8:00 p.m. in the First
Federal Bank Building. 18301
Biscayne Blvd.. North Miami
Beach.
The theme for the evening is
Israeli, and everyone is invited
to "Cafe Sabra." Israeli appetiz.
ers. Israeli music and dancing
are on the agenda. There will
also be an opportunity to do
Chanukah shopping
Mrs Bet'.y aVeinberg is presi-
dent of Women for Hillel; Ben
Genad is president of Men for
Hillel. They ird their committee
have planned a fun filled eve-
ning fur members and guestl to
help support the Hillel Communi-
ty Day School.
Admission is free for paid up
members. Contact the school for
reservations.
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M VIM' STAN IONS
Adam, ion of Mr. and
Chi iter Stardom, will e-
a Bar "" 11 -'v .-"i at Te
Saturday mo
i is an eighth grade stu-
Nautilus Junior High
Fo'Iowing services the ce'.e-
will be honored with a re-
n and luncheon ;it Te
il ill's Crimson R(M>m. Among
esta will be his grandpar-
:n North Carolina.
STEVEN GREENBERG
5( iven, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Carol GreenberR. will become
Ba Mitzvah Saturday, Nov. 16.
at temple Emanu-EI.
Steven is an eighth grade stu-
n the Lehrman Day School.
The celebrant will be honored
with a Kiddush at the temple
and a reception at the Doral
Beach Hotel. His grandmother.
Mrs Sylvia Siegel. will attend
the event.
ti tr ti
RI'BEN SKLAR
Ruben, the son of Mr. ami
Mrs Isaac Sklar. 1722 SW 85th
Ct, will celebrate Ml Bar Mitz-
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day, Nov. 16.
The celebrant, an eighth grade
nl iit the Hebrew
ol G ter Miami, is a member
of ti. I 'sv an l has <
trophies in bow ling, ba ikel i
: ind tei I '. : .in- i i
contin e his education tin.
Confii mation.
R iben will be honored ''it a re-
ception in Temple I manu-El Sat-
Among tiie g ie I
will be his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Salomon Sklar and
Mr. and Mrs. Jose Pitlluk; his
a ,:i i, Mr-. Heat nee Sklar of
iklyn, N.Y., and Mrs. Gentl
Filial >)f Toronto. Canada; Mr.
ami Mrs. Louis Schreiber, Mr.
and Mrs. Benny Bedzow and
Mr. anil Mrs. Charles Uedzow,
Montreal, Canada; Mrs. Cile
Fridman, Tenafly. N.J.; Mr. and
Mrs. Ellas Godur, St. Louis, Mo.,
and Mrs. Miriam Silverman, Li-
ma, Peru.
A- -4- &
SAMUEL EI.IAS
Samuel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Al Ellas, will be called to the
Torah as a Bar Mit/.vah Satur-
day. Nov. 16, at Beth Torah
i congregation.
A recent graduate at Beth
Torah s Harold Wolk Religious
School, Samuel is now a student
of the Pre-Confirmation Class.
He atten la John F. Kennedy
High School, where he is
i.-i ;! ;i i Ie, an 1 Ls a
"ol band and
n.i H ii"-' Societj.
Vli .in i Mrs. I 'Has w ill spon-
sor the 1 wing the
in his honoi Among
Is wil
, its \1 s. Es ind Mr.
. is; hi
an i nc -. and Mrs. 11.
ind kits. L. I lia ,
: H. Gold
New "> i'l >''.
\:> vm LAXD3MAN
-"II of
Sheldon Miller,
1 HO ISW Ith 51 will e
to the Tu......i Ba -U\ :vah
Satui -;. al Beth Da-
i m negation.
The ce >b int Is an eighth
gri !e student .it Gl i les Junior
, i School and a member of
the Hi brew grade Daled at Beth
i iavl i's R I io a S h i 1. He is
i i an i a mem-
ol n,- a, ho il's band.
A reception in honor of the
ion will be held al Paoletti's
Resl turant Among the guests
will be nil .''; Ip irents, Mr.
Mrs. Benjamin Krasnow of
Miami Beach.
ti ti ti
SOPHIA siABKoWITZ
Frida ..... Ices at
Beth '.'''rah Congregation Nov.
15 will include the Bat Mitzvah
of S iphla, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Arie Markowltz.
Sophia is a member of the
Hebrew High School Class at
Beth Torah. A recent graduate
of us Harold Wolk Religious
- ie i- a member of the
U has received the Mol-
Ife Kahaner Sisterhood Award
for Ciuim.ish. Sophia Ls an
i grade honor roll student
; Kennedy Junior High
School and serves as recording
B'nai B'rith Girls.
The celebrant's parents will
sponsor the Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing the services in her hon-
or. The guetts Will include her
maternal grandmother, Mrs. Hil-
da Wohl of New York, Dr. and
Mrs. i. Brajtman of South
Africa, and Mr. and .Mrs. I. Gor-
finkel of Miami Bi eh. Her ma-
ternal grandmother, Mrs, Pnina
Markowltz, who lives in Israel,
Will Ie unable to attend.
AJCongress
Chapters'
Meetings Set
Golda Meir Chapter, Florida
Women's Division, American
Jewish C ingress, will hold a
"Tribute Luncheon" Monda) .it
11:30 a m. in the Eden Roc Ho-
t' 1. Miami Beach.
i i public i-> invited. The pro-
gram will feature entertainment.
For reservations call Dorothy El-
Lee Gardner, or Rose Di-
amond.
'v
fir
Point East Chanter will hold
its al inlhly meeting Wednesday
at 12:30 p.m. in the French Room
of Point East.
In observance of Jewish Book
Month, the program "ill feature
"Draw From The Well," a dra-
matic presentation from the
works of Mendele Mocher Sfor-
im. Sholem Alelchem and Isaac
Leih Perets
Husbands, friends and neigh-
bors are invited.
Cr ti- ti
Louise Wise Chapter will hold
its regular monthly meeting
Thursday. Nov. 21 at 11:45 a.m.
in a new place The Delano
Hotel. 1685 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach.
In observance of Jewish Book
Month. Mrs. Frances Lebon will
review the book "Poor Cousins."
Hostess for the meeting will be
Lillian Shrman. Gertrude Klein
and Sabina Jay. Friends and
neighbors are invited.
a ti
Jade Winds Chapter will hold
i'- monthly meeting at noon
Thursday. Nov. 21 in the 8th
Floor Tower.
The program will feature a
report on Israel by Betty Jacobs
and a report on Soviet Jewry
b> Sylvia Pitchersky, and Rose
Berson, a recipient of
Brandeis Camp Scholarship
award, guest Husbands
and neighbors are Im I
Miami-Coral l ial les Chapter
I ii. monthly e tin :
Nov. 21. al 12:30 p.m.
e Firsl Fe Ie al S i< in ;s and
2701 C ral Way.
The ; rogram wi tun the
doi umentary fl t of Bond-
;; .." n st iry :' the past, pres-
ent an-i futun Jews
te | bj Tl Bikel and
i shil i I
I for sole bj e-
i Meshulach of "Buy to-
ri i ."
, .- ses : r the meetin : w ill
be Mrs. Blanche House and Mrs.
Hel V'esokie. Friends and
hbors are welcome.
On Monday. Nov. 25, the Holly-
dale Chapter will present the
d icumentary film, "Out of Bond
age," narrated by Theodore Bit
e' cochalrman of the AJC Na
tional loverninfl Council.
In conjunction with this mov
ing film, the chapter will have
,, | itter-writing campaign to urge
freedom for prisoners unfairly
held and for the right to err
grate to Israel. Stationery will b"
pro' id (d. Participants are urg.d
to bring pens.
Hu'band and neighbors are
welcome. Coffee and cake will
be -erved at noon in the R)
Room o' Ca'ahad Hall South.
3 : Oeean Dr.. Hollywood.
Richest Race At Biscayne
The 140,000 Rocking Ship
morial Irish-American Marathon
Championship now in progress
icaync Dog Track is the
richest distance race in grey-
hound history. Firat-round elimi-
nations wi!l take place Nov. lti
and 20 with semifinals Now 23
and the final on Nov. .'.9.
Newmarks To Be Honored By
JNF-Ghaim Weizman Dee. 22
Moe Levin, president of tne
Chaim Weizman Farband Branch,
has announced that Mr and Mrs
Morris Newmark have been unan-
imouslj selected by the board
and membership of the branch to
be the honorees at the forth-
coming .TNTChaim Weizman in-
Eta lation luncheon, to take plae<
al no wi Sunday, Dec, 22. in the
r intainebl au H itel,
Mr. and Mrs. Newmark, who
will be honored for their out-
standing devotion and dedication
to the State of Israel and its peo-
ple, have shown unmatched
ero ity by establishing five clin-
i ies, and donating
over $400,000, ovei a period of
years, through the Histadrut.
Mr. and Mrs. Newmark are
veteran Zionists, pioneer- in
spirit and idealists i"1 action, who
have lived an exemplary life,
dedicating themselves to the
- rvice of their people. From
their youth, they have supported
and work d in the ranks of Jew-
ish National Fund.
In their honor, the Newmark
Forest in memory of their be-
loved parents. Rabbi Eliahu and
Rebecca Newmark and Israel and
Rachel Agranat will be estab-
lished in the John F. Kennedy
Forest in Jerusalem. Israel.
"It is a befitting honor," said
The Hon. Jay Dermer. president
of the Jewish National Fund of
Greater Miami, and Dr. Irving
Lehrman. chairman of Founda-
tion, "for people of vision, char-
ff.R. and ACRS. MORRIS NtWMARK
arter and -.length, who helped
to strengthen lsra 1. its institu-
tions culture, education, health
and reclamation program."
in their statement they also
praised Mr. Levin for his dedi-
cation to Jewish National Fund
and it- ideals. As chairman of
Special Gifts, he has helped im-
measurably to strengthen the
growth of Jewish National Fund
in Greater Miami, they said.
Plans are being formulated for
a program of speakers and music
which will be announced at a
later date. It has been learned
that a speeial gue-t from the JOT
office in New York will come to
pay honor to Mr. and Mrs. New-
mark at this occasion.
The Adler Trio, one cf the foremost harmonica groups in
the wcrld. will be featured in The Israeli Folk Festival 74
Saturday, Nov. 23. at 8:30 p.m. in the Miami Beach Audi-
torium along with a cast of 30. The Festival presented by
the Scuiheast Region, Zionist Organization of America, will
bo produced by Arie Kaduii of American General Enter-
tainment. It will also feature Gadi Elon and The Sabras.
Tickets are on sale at the auditorium's box office.
Crown Hotel To Reopen Nov. 19
The Ciown Hotel. 1041 Col-
ii is Ave., Miami Beach will re-
open Tuesday for the winter
s ason.
The hotel was open for the
High Holidays, but will ai I
start Its winter season with all
facilities next week, according
lo Micha >1 i efkow it'. tlu
tel's nc- mana i
Lefko' itz, wh was na ned
ei ol the Crown Hotel in
- teml er, Is the third gen (ra-
tion ol the Berkowitz family to
ie involved In the mat
of the largest kosher note in
Miami Beach, \ luate of Ye-
shiva High School in Queens,
and the City College of New
i in-lav. of
r
Mima) Berkowitz head of
Abon:o, inc., o\ e ators of the
Crown i lotel.
The Crown was founded by
the Waldman family Mrs.
M n:a. Berkowit.' parents.
in a l lit on to it.- strictly ko-
sher caisine, th, Crown Hotel
the past thn e i* ns,
he d dal sen ices in its own
s na fi e
Besides the religious as;*, ts
ol the Crown, it Ivts comp|ete
including Its pu >-
ill watei swimming
pool, one full block of pi
: ea don in all room ,
room facilities, and its
n ady fa no is night club whi< i
ind dancing.


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*Jenisi> Ficridlian
Friday, November 15, 1974
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......
nings
q Rally To Protest Cost Of Living
LEGAL NOTICi

...-______--. -
,J
NAMED Kenneth D. Rosen,?
president of Greater Miami Real- >
tor, Inc.. and past president of the i
Miami Board of Realtors, has
been named to serve on the Ad-
visory Board of the Real Estate
Institute of Florida International
University. Rosen serves as
chairman of the Special Tax
Committee of the Miami Board
of Realtors, and is president of
Kenneth David Properties. Inc.
Judge Abram To Review
The Covenant' Wednesday
The Brotherhood of Temple
Beth El will hear a review of
"The Covenant" by Paige Mitch-
ell, at 8 p.m.. Wednesday, in the
temple's Tobin Auditorium.
Judge Morton L. Abram, past
president of the temple, who is
well-known to the community
and whose book reviews have de-
lighted many audiences in Dade
and Broward County, will review
the book, which deals with anti-
Semitism and violence against
Jews of the south and their re-
action to the crises. The program
is open to the public. No reser-
vations are needed. General ad-
mission at the door.
DIRECTOR Lauri Anne Cor-
tesi is the^new Marketing Direc-
tor of Franklin Savings & Loan
Association. Robert C. Hartnett.
President of Franklin, announc-
ed. Miss Cortesi is branch man-
ager of the new Hallandale of-
fice of Franklin Savings & Loan,
which is located at 1801 S. Ocean
Drive.
-V ft ft
ELECTED Miami Commis-
sioner J. L. Plummer Jr. was
elected a director of the Florida
League of Cities at the organiza-
tion's recent convention in
Tampa. Other newly-elected di
rectors are immediate past presi-
dent William Ray Hodges. Hia-
leah Council vice president; and
Biscayne Park Mayor Edward J
Burke.
ft ft
TOURNEY The Second An
nual Joseph Caleb Memorial Goll
Tournament will be held Nov. 23
and 24 at the Hollywood Lakes
Country Club. Trophies and mer-
chandise worth more than S7.5O0
have been donated for winners in
the two-day, 36-hole. shotgun
play. The golf tournament is the
culminating event in the 197!
Urban League membership cam
paisn.
ditoan'eaf
HUBETL, Gesellii vi'. "f Miami Beach.
Riverside Interment Mount Nebo
i 'emeterv.
WIEDERLIGHT. Sol, :.". of North
Miami Beach Riverside
ADLER. Bernard I.. 7'.'. of Miami
Item-It Riverside
CHARKDW8KY, Prank M, if Miami
i:, ;i, h kn d< n Interment star of
David i taneti rj
friendship...
means someone cares
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
Serin| the Jeimri Corrmunitj since 1931
0RTH0D0H
CONSERVATIVE
REFORM SERVICES
Emjnun GorrJon(l946) Ikt Gordon
Harry Gordon H964' James B Gordon
Telephone 858-5566
FEIST. Flori -.....f Miami Be
Riverside. Interment Mount v
i'. m 'tery
FRIEDOPFER Lillian. 7 of Miami
Beach R
GORELIK, Maurice. 7i of Miami
Gordon Interment Star of David
<' mi
JAVITZ, Max, 88, of Miami Beach.
Riverside
KANTER, Abraham. K. of Miami
h Newman.
KLEIN U na Q It of Miami Beach.
1 .: t
MODELS, Harry. 7:'. ,.f Miami.
i lord in
SCHWARTZ. Lorraine 0 "
Gables Gordon Interment Mount
nvi. i i' m< terv.
RRENDER. Abraham, II of Miami.
Fl B1SHMAN Max. 1 of North
rment Mount
ry.
DRERG, II irrj f Nortl

KAPI AN Dinah 77. of 1
STH XSKi
Mount N ery
; EBOWITZ 9 iml
U
JEFFER
^^rlNr.KAl HOMES. INC.
DIRECTORS:
Irwin JeHer
Medwm Jelter Alvin JeHer
188-11 HILLSIOEAVE.HOLUS.il.
1283 CONEY ISLANOAVE.BKLYN.
212/77B 8100
13385 W DIXIE HWY .MIAMI
305/947-1185
Represented by Sonny Levin. F 0.
625 S OLIVE AVE ,W PALM BEACH
305/833-4413
Represented by Philip Wemslem.F.O.
Ser\ biem all
communities in New YorK and
throughout the Miami.
W Palm Beach areas
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open Every Day Closed1 Sabbath
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 266-2888
The Consumers Committee.
Daile County Council for Senior
Citizens will stage a demonstra-
tion and rally Saturday at 2 p.m.
at the Holiday Inn. 2201 Collins
Ave.. Miami Beach, to protest
inflation and the high cost of
living.
Among the scheduled speakers
are Miami Beach Mayor Harold
Rosen, Rose Gordon, Commis-
sioner, City of Miami. State Sen-
ator Jack Gordon. Richard
Stone, U.S. Senator-elect, and
Joe Gersten. Rep.-elect, Florida
House of Representatives.
Prior to the meeting, a num-
ber of rallies will be staged by
cooperating organizations. In ad-
dition to the Dade County Coun-
cil, there will also be The Wom-
en's International League for
Peace and Freedom, Emma La-
zarus Clubs, and a number of
Yiddish reading circlet.
This will be part of a national
effort to draw attention of the
Congress and the Administra-
tion to the urgent need tor im-
mediate action to curb inflation
Pic And Win Luncheon
At Temple Ner Tainid
Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood
Will hold its annual "Pic and
Win Luncheon" Tuesday noon
in the Sklar Auditorium, with
lunch preceding the bidding of
the merchandise.
Donation includes luncheon
and bidding tickets. Sponsor of
affair is Mrs. Max Raskin;
Louis Cohen is president.
LEGAL NOTICE
and roll back prices. A large
group is expected to take part
in the workshops, and drafting
of resolutions.
LEGAL NOTICI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-75W
J. GWYNN PARKER
In RE: Batata of.., _
alice m McDonald.
'" 'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To \n Credttora and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demnnils AgamM BSM
Tow arc hereby notified and reoulr-
,..i i,, present any claims and demands
Whlon v.iu may have against the est*te
, .XI 1CB M McDONAl D d.
lata ..f Dade County, Forlda to tne
Circuit Judges of Dade Coemty. and
rile th.' hum i" dut'inate '"! as pro-
vided In Section 711.16. Forida Statu-
tes, in their office* m the <""""
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within four calendar months from we
time of the flral pubUcatlon hi n
,.r the aame iii be barred
Piled at Miami. Florida this 13th
,1 iy ..f Novi mber. A h l74.
OEORGE AUMAITRB
a- Executor
Flral publication of -his notice on
the 15th dav "f November, IW i
HARRIS SIRKIN P A
Attorneys for Executor
Dade !' deral HMg 5th r ir
13131
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the unrl.r-ii.-n.-il desiring to i
In business undi r the fli I tiou I "
OF \\ VENDING CO ; 1565. Hlaleah. Fla OH U t<
i name v.Ith the
... circull Ceiurl of Dade County.
i da
At RERTO AORAMOXTE
Sydney Efronaon
At tome] foi ippllcant
u N i: let Ave Sulti
Alnal. i Bids. Miami. Fia.
l! 1.8-15-12
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT_OF.THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
F DADE COUNTY .
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-31671
ACT ON FOR D.SSOLUT.ON
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARR1AOEOF:
|',,r,s ARTHUR BLACK.
Petitioner,
mary buzabhth black
,,'; Sv'ki.i/ahkthbuck
I Hobari Road
Cross Roads _,!,,
YOU ARE HEREB* NOTIFIED
that an action for Dlaaolutlon of Mar-
riaa-o ha* been filed against you and
VS5 are rewired to serve >" .{
vour written defenses. If am m a
, DAVID K STONE.
Petitioner, whoje address 101 vW.
! tvenue Miami. Plorlaa }!
losi 3M-465S, and tile the ordinal
,';,',' ,1;,1 Serfc of the above tvled
,.urt on or before December IStt.
i:,:i. otherwise default will be en-
tered airalnst you for the relief de-
ma......I In the ...mnlaint or mtit.ou
This notice shall be publlatied once
each week for four consecutive weeks
, THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
W1TNES8 my hand and the seal
,,f M|d courl al Miami. Klori'la on
this 1st daj ol N. vember 1OT4.
RICHARD P BR1NKER.
As Clerk. Circull Court
I iade County. Florida
Bj i;i.'ii:ia ki.i.is
As D< puty Clerk
(Cln uil Court Seall
DAVID E STl iNE, ESQI IRE
lnl N w 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 38138 (324 :
, reS for PetlUoner v_,._..,
Jilemoriil Chape]
"JEWISH fUSEKAl DIKECTORi"
LOCAL AND OUT OF ITATI
ARRANGEMENTS
947-2790
1338S W OlXlf HWV N.M.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thi ui del >ls m d, desirini to i nttaare
; buslneas umiif the flctitioua name
PENGUIN ICE CREAM AND
SNACK BAR at 122 Hlaleah Drive,
la t., register
tl thi Clerk of thi < "lr-
'.'iirt nf I iade C lunty, Forida.
JAL INVESTMENT IN< I
, PI in da Corn non
ReK
Lppllcant
Suite : '' Ik,
Korid
12 0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
NO. 7432697
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
IN1A i: PERSAD.
wif< Petll ner,
DAR PERSAD,
H vi
' il LNDAR PERSAD
s Mai il i
i i Magistracy,
1
Trinidad, \
YOf ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
I
ind you an required l lervi b copy
1 oui writti iny. to
LOl'18 IILAZER. atti rm v (,,r
i ner, whose Addn -- i I::I
; el N'.ii .h M mi .
Florida, and file 11^ original with the
Clerk of tl urt on
.......iber i, l" i. 'th. r-
ludicmi ni may be
v ,. for the relief di manded
the i molai.it or petll
WITNESS mv hand and thi
' said i i!'
this 12th day ol Novi mbi i
RICHARD P. DRINKER
As Clei Circuit l 'urt
Bj l. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
u. t Court Beal)
^___________11/15-22-29 12 6
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74-32723
NOTICE OF ACTION
THE MARRIAGE OF
MARIE ERALI,
Petll
\ -
tERT KltAT.I.
Ri spondent
To: Albert Erall
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
ui Ion u and you
required to serve a copy of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-5327
In Re: Estate "f
PRANCES BROWNER a k a
PR LNCES C MILLER
.I, ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T,. All Creditors and All Persona (Liv-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Bstati
y,.u :,. hereby notified and re-
quired t" presenl ans clalma and de-
li which ^"u mas have avainsi
the estat. FRANCES BRi iWNER
a k a PRANCES >' MILLER de-
ceasi d lat< of Dade County, Florida,
to the Circuit Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided Beetle Florida
Statute! In their i h the Coun
\ -. Dadi Counts Flor-
ida, ndar months from
the i Ime of the firs! oublli atioi hero-
ine w ill be barred
n Plorid 12th
da] of Nov. mb< r AD
.- s R< ITHSTEIN
GER L.LD v ROTHSTEIN
Ai \oin.' tratori
Testamento Vni xo
p .,.. l( .
\ ember. 1974
SHAPIR< FRIED, V\ EIL .\: 8CH
Eatati
i | i load

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY
the ui
buslnesi under thi : litiou*1 i
of NASCO INDI'STRIKS INDUS-
TRIAL PR' 'DI CT8 hi ISION and
S '.' I) Ti IRQI i: Tl IIH CO.MP 1NV
an.I NASCtl VAN INTERIOR COM-
PANY ai I65 \ i: nr.th '' i
S'orth Mlai
Clei Clrvu l out! :
i. ounty r
NASCI i INDUSTRIES INC.
By N ii SIi
Atti
:
Attorneys I
ll :
an
has
are
your
to it on
m ii Friedman, P< I
v. whose address is BOO Doug-
las Road, Coral Gables PI
in or before l m i 1974,
and file the original with the I
of this Court .ith. r before sen on
s Attorney, or Immediately
tei "tloTwi.se a default will
I.. entered against you for the relief
di manded In the Petition.
This notice shall be published once
each w.-.-k t In the Jewish Florldlan.
Dated: November 12. 1974.
RICHARD P BKLNKER
CLERK
By: MARION NEWMAN
Deputv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
11/1E-22-2S 12/6
NOT'CE 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 32930
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN" RE: THE MARItl \!' "
HARRIS I .
and
IRRIS. RE5 ENT
Tl i METTE HARRIS
m -
= \
TOU LRE HERKII1 \
thai
1 ":' been filed t you
v"" ,.f
your written d n y ,., .,
on LAW OFFICE OF ROBER1
B RN8,
"'"" 120 Lincoln Road
Beach. Florida
. an,i fi,,- the original with the
.ii. on or
ber 26, 1974: othi rwlae
c defauli u III be entered against you
of mi tided ii I om-
plalnt or petition.
This notice shall be publlahi ;
oh ,'.. I ror four consei ul l> u-i
In THE JEW ISH F] OR1D1 IN
witness my hand and the
of aald court at Miami. Florida on
this isth day of Novembi r 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER
As 1 llerk, Circull Court
Dad. County, Florida
By: 1. BNEEDEN
., ll Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Curt Beal)
LAW OFFICES OF
ROBERT H Bt.'RNS
UO Lin,-"In Had
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
11 LS-22-M II I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the ui derslgn. d, desii ei gage In
i,... ... ai di r ih< fl litlous name ot
SCOTT Mil.I ERS PAMPERS al P.O.
Box 1310, s.'U'h Miami, Fla jjmj
register 1 I name with the
Circuit Court of DaJe
County, Fl .....
SCOTT MILLER
11 1-8-16-22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN 'hat
the ui d, desiring 10 engagi J
business under the fictitious name or
1:1 SINESS PERSONNEL SERVICES
. J7 a 1 rie Highway, M
v intends to register said name
with the Cert "f the circuit Court of
I Hoi.- County, Florida.
MARSHALL INDUSTRIES. INC.
11 1-g-lt-U
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
IN RE Th.- Mania*
M vim \ K BORA,
Wife.
and
RFR \!N 1: SOR v.
11 n 11
TO: 8GT. EFRAIN E Sf>RA
All: Fl IRCES ICELAND
B
11 11 n, a York n v r571
YOU Mi: HEREBY NOTIFIED
for 1 u it Mar
\i at 1
vou are required 1 py of
.to it on
II \ Ri iLD 1 1 VSE for Petl-
la 2720 Weal
Flngli 1 Street, M lam Ploi Ida.
file in.- original with the clerh of the
abovi hi Nov-
~t. othi :. .. default
'il ... red agaii *"u for tl
or
in.
II bi mi'
fou
. J KW ISH FLORIDIAN
\\ ITNESS 111 \ hand and ih<
of said courl al Miami Fli
1974
RICHARD P BRINKER
A8 1 1 rcult 1 'ourt
I lad. 1 unt\
B) J ItARIt^ M< CALLET
a- 1 ii pul 1 Clerk
fCln-u '' 'Ui Si
11 VROI 1' CEASE BSCJ
t ree t
I il 1
. ner
on
11 --li
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCT \ E SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-30424
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
1 HE :.. LRRIAGE OF-
:;' 'I \s.
1 '< 1 oni '.
and
I .: ij \ -
i:.-i.<..id. nt
Tl '. AC It A ROJ \S
I* a vi Zona i
1 iuati mail Centi Lmei 1
YOU ARE HEREB1 NOTIFIED
that an ., t.on foi 1 Ussulul Ion "f Mar.
n filed agalnal you and
you at e n quired to s. > %.- B copy of
Voui wrlttei defei II any, to it m
ADOLFO KOSS, attorney for IV-
: er, whoi 101 N \v
'' 1 H Miami, Pli rida ::
and in, ii,, original with the clerk of
1 he above styled court I 1 fore
1974: oth. de-
fault will be entored against yon for
tne reiii t ,1, manded in the complaint
Itlon
II be published once
,?,'"', ,'.';:'"1" ronse. utlve weeks
ln,,T,S5 'EH ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
al M,.,,,. Florida on this
- a day of October 1974
uii ul) i -..in 1 Seal)
RICHARD P BRINKER.
A I lert, i'ii,uil Court
hade County. Florida
By WILLIE BRADSHAW Ja
Arw-vt t^% .As "' "u,v 'lerk
n.i vt,".K':SS ESQUIRE
101 N.W, 1-,'th Avenue
Miami. Florida :
Attorney for Petitioner
10/2R 11/1-l-lf
1374
:
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Vral
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Friday. November 15. 1974
+Jeish fhrSdiar
Page 15-B
JWV Activities
Are Announced
Hnrold I'hr. Department Com-
mander for the State of Florida,
rewlsh War Veterans of the
United States, accompanied by
members of his staff, was to pre-
sent 'he traveling gavel to the
Murray Solomon Post No. 243.
Thursday. ___
Mrs, Sally Levy of Miami
Beach was the recipient of the
coveted Woman of the \ear
Award of ,he I>epai"tnient of
Florida-Ladies Auxiliai-y of the
JcwUh War Veterans, for h?r
outstaadiBg and exceptional serv-
iD the organization and in
,he community, at the Depart-
ment'8 Council of Administration
meeting held in Clcarwater last
month.
M,, Levy, a past president of
the Department of Florida, La-
dies Auxiliary, is a member of
; Beach Ladies Auxiliary
No. 330.
Auxiliary 677 will have its reg-
ular meeting at the Croydcn Ho-
a 11:80 a.m. Sunday, Nov.
24 Mildred Finsiber will preside.
After meeting there will be re-
freshments and cards.
Norman Bruce Brown Ladies
Auxiliary No. 14: Tuesday at
8 30 p.m. a speaker fi om 8rd
Century USA will tell of plans
for the coming celebration <>f
our country's 200th Bi Centennial
Anniversary. Friends are invited.
Tuesdayi No*. ** at 8 P-m- a
board meeting will be held at the
First Federal, 27SO SW 22nd St.,
IEGAL NOTICE
UGAl NOTICE
IEGAL NOTICE
LEGAl NOTICE
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
in The Name Ami By The Authority
(>f Th.- Btate H Florida
T<> ALL To WHOM THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COMB. GREETINGS:
When m
WILFRED J. GARCIA
IIIAI KAII. Florida
RAUL ECHEVARRIA CAS8< >LA
.MIAMI. Florida
MARTA CAKfIA
HIALEAH. Florida
did on the 28th dav of September,
A.D., 1062 aauw to be Incorporated
i the lawa ol th,- State of Flor-
ida CASABLANCA PRINTING COR-
PORATION .i corporation, with its
prlnclpa nlaoi of bualneaa al MIAMI.
I v\ it: COl'NTV mi the BUM of pior-
Ida, and a*liereai nich corporation did
on the .".th dm ol November, A i>.
1974 cauae '" bi filed in the off.....i
the Department of State of the State
!'." Ida i do, umc ntarj authority
required under s. tloi 608.27, Florida
Statutes, showing thi dissolution of
ueh i orporation
N. u therefore, the 8ecretar>' of Btate
li. hart bj i ertlfy lo the foi egoina
and ia aatiafled that tin- re-
quirements i f the law have '.....n
i ii oiled \ Ith.
GIVEN under my hand and the
Great Seal I tl Btate of F
... the Capital, tins
the 5th das of November A.D..
of ill. Sia!. of Florida >
DOROTHY v. GLISSON
., \ .' State
11 '
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 74-30141
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
EMERY CANNON
Wife
John 1. CANNON
I lusband
You, JOHN I. CANNON. RESI-
DENCE UNKNOWN, are herel
fled to serve a copj of your Answer to
ill, Dissolution of Marriage filed
againsl vou. upon VVIfe'a attorney,
GEORGE NICHOLAS, E8Q 818 N W.
12th Avi nu< Miami. Florida 3818'
file original with Clerk of Court on wr
before November IS. 1874 otherwise
l li<- petition will be confessed by
you
Dated this 18th day of October.
1874.
RICHARD T ItRINKER CLERK
By: J. BARRY McCALLEY
Deputy Clerk
m 25 11 I-S-H
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, dealrlna to engage In
bualneaa under the flctltloua name of
FEDERAL OOLLECTION AGENCY
,i- Rio Perrlne Avenue, Perrlne. Fw
JS167 intends to register said nann-
with the clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Count v. Florida
FEDERAL PATROL AND
SECURITY AGENCY, INC.
Bole iwner
by Carl Inslgnares, President
Goldfarb Urlch P A
Attoi neya for Annlicant
720 n w :'7ih Avenue
Miami. Fla. 8S1U n,,.,.,*.,,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslnesa under th, flctltloua name of
Kuchertn Purveyor* at 8271 N w.
188th Terrace, Opa Looka. Fla MOM
Intend to reglater said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
LOIS 'i HARRIS
ROSALIND BERNSTEIN
io.:o il/l-s-15
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-5248
In RE K late of
Ul ANCH il LEVIN,
d<
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T., All C 6 ton and All Persons
!i.n ma I" manda Agali l
Bald Estate:
, ., ,, he! bj notified and requir-
ed to prea> ilm nd d< manda
Hhli h j u maj have against ihi i
i, in INCH ii I i:\ in di i
nl Dadi County, Florida to the
. ireuti Judge of Dade Counts. and
ami lui te and
.. Fioi da Btat-
i, prVsidcnl Claire Greemvald uj ;^
wlthli > ilendai mi 'tis from the
,ni. ,.f th- flral publication hereof,
or th- same v. II I" barred.
., M am 1' la. tins 7th
f November. A i> 1874.
JOSEPH SCHM1KR
As Administrator
ii of th;s notice on
n,* i No\ i mber. 1874.
Ji ISBPH BCHW
Alton ej ( l- ol B .nch
>i'n" "" ^""-6 "" ii Levin
dav evening at Temple Beth Ra- 806 Lincoln Road. Miami rteah
phae!. Guest speaker will be Com- "ofia* UWB H/1j.M.M /<
img.
West Miami Auxiliary No. 223
will ho'd a combined paid up
membership affair Saturday eve-
Ding Nov. 23 at Temple Zamora.
Chairman is charlotte Mittler.
Miami Beach Auxiliary 330 will
sponsor the Oneg Shabbat Fri-
mander Maurice Wciman.
Robert K. Franzblau P* and
Auxiliary No. 17" has scheduled
a square dance at Temple Israel.
Miramar, Sunday at 8:00 p.m. For
tickets, cal'. the president. Tea-
sie Fran?blau. A regular meeting
will be held at 8:30 p.m. Tues-
day. Nov. 26.
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74-30320
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THF. MARRIAGE OF:
Bl'RNETTA F NEACE.
\\ if*
V8
CECIL NEACE.
Husband ,,
Vou CECIL NEACE. S18S BI
,:, ttd, Troutwood, Ohio are
hi reby m tilled to serve a i opy or
your Answer to the Dissolution or
ge filed aeamst you. unon
.,.......! GEORGE NICHO-
l \s ESg 812 N vV. 1-th Avenue.
Miami, Kloti.la 88188. and file origi-
nal wi'li ci.-rk of Court on or before
November 88th. 1974 otherwise the
Pel on v Mi i" confessed by you
Dated this -1st day ol October.
'rICH VRD P BRINKER. ci KIllO
By: .1 BARRY McCALLEY
Deputy clerk
in !S 11 1-8 "
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlnit to engag. In
business under the (Ii lltli u> name of
Foo Avenue, Miami. Florida J8185 Intends
to register said name with the < "'
of the Circuit Court of Had,- County,
1'1""*' JKSIS CRIARTE
10/88 11 1-8-16
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH8
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-30577
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE F
LOU 18 LUCK.
Husband. Petitioner
ROSALIND manas LUCK,
\\ if Respondent
TO: ROSALIND MANAS LU< K
:.'.-,:, N 1: 3rd "ourt. No. 1
Miami. Florida ,.,._,...
TOP ARE HEREBY NOTiril-D
thai an action for Dissolution ol Mar-
riage has bet n filed aaralnsl vou and
\-u are requli ed to n rvt a copy of
youi written defenses, if any. to it on
DANIEI RETTBR ESQ.. attorney lor
Petitioner, whose address is 1005 Con
areas Building, 11 N 1-: Second Ave-
nue, Miami. Fla SJ1S2, and tile thw
original ith the clerk of the above
styled pourt on or before November
SB list: otherwlae a defaull will he
Kalnal von for the reliel de-
manded ol the complalnl or petition
Thj, shall bi published i i
each week for four consecutive ^
,,, THE JEWISH FI ORIDIAN.
WITNKSS inv hand and tne seal of
>.,,.! rourl at Miami. Florida on this
3Jrd dai of Octi ber. 1874
l: CHARD P BRINKER
A- Clerk Circuit Court
had) County. Florid .
Bs C P OPELAND
\ i ii puty Clerk
Ul) Court Si all
DANIEL RET1 BR. ESQUIRE
tres* Building
111 N E -nd \v. in-
Miami Florida -3132
Pilot,. '
An. rn< i for Petitioner
10 K 11 1-8-18
kotin Chairing
J NT-Forte Towers
Bancjuet Nov. 24
The Hon. Jay Dcrmcr. presi-
of the Jewish National Fund
ol Greater Miami, and Dr. Irving
Fcniniintion chairman.
ul George N Kotin
for securing PaeeeettH to be
the honorees at the JNF- f rl
rowers banquc: Sunday, Nov. 24
The honoree-. who have com-
mitted themselves to the project-
ed Me Ami Development Plan,
include Irving H, Greene, Sarah
H row 1/ Israel and Rote
Schwartz, nnd Maeeabee Lodge
No 2570. B'nai B'rith. of which
George Kotin is president
Chairman of the dinner is
George N. Kotin. Serving with
him as ticket chairmen are Harry
W'einbcrg and Joseph Zelner.
Guest speaker at the banquet
will be Rabbi Elliot J. Winograd,
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Raphae
from Israel.
Guest artist will be soprano
Kay Kramer, accompanied by
Maestro Dr Samuel Pershko.
Music for dancing will be pro-
vided by Lcs Wagman and his
orchestra.
Serving as chairman of Hi Rise
Activities is Cantor Saul H.
Breeh.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 74-7477
FRANK B. DOWLINQ
In RE KHali- of
JACK NATHAN.
' "NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltora and All Petejoiia
Having Claims or l"mninl> Against
Ton are hereby uoUflau and reaulr-
,.,i u, ,,,,.... nl ai i hum* ano demanae
which vou may havr aaainxt th>- --
tat- Of JACK .NATIIA-N. iio.l
late of Dad" County. Florida, to tne
Circuit Juditea of Dade County, and
tit., th. sain- : duo nd M nro-
l section TI8.W, Floridai SUt-
ate, m their ofClcea In the CountJ
urthi 11 i Dadi Countv, l-^iida.
w-tthit ii tlendai montha nrom in-
Iin 0| i flral DUbllcatlon hereol,
, th, Mini, will > harr.d
,- ,, ,| ,. Miami, Florida, ihla sth dn>
,f November, A D l!'? .....
V NATHAN
a- Bxecutor
I .,. ,.n of tlu> iio'ij-e on
th.- "'' '
KtLMMEl ROQBBS. LORBER
A. -1'1-AKVAN
Alton eoutor
ln i | oln !: ad. Miami Beach.
Fla ,, ls.jj
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the uiideraiitned. desiring to engage In
bURineaa under the fictitious nanu ot
Hous. of Hom D'Oeuvrea ol Miami at
*37| N W lth Terra..'. Una l..-ka
Fla 330S3. intend to refflater said
name with the Oerk of the < Ircult
Court of Pad*. Countv. Florida.
LOIS G. HARRIS
BOUERT R. HARRIS
10/25 11 1-8-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF.KF.HY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage mi
bualneaa under the flctltloua name of
n STOM SKcntlTY BY8TEM8 at
1197 N W 7th Street, Miami. Honda
Intend to register Raid name will; the
Clerk ol the Circuit Court ot Daa
Countv. Florida.
Georai Laughlln Morrison. Owner
l..... R Plaakoft owner
David M Gonahak
:i.\ for Apnllcanw
1497 N W 7th Btreel
Miami. Florida n i---i.s
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA 'N AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-6455
JOHN R. BLANTON
V;,Ji!rHi:AMic.':fak^j..EAMioo
''"NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T aii .'.editors and All ?*"
Demand* Aaalnai
^u^rt'herebj notlflad and r.-nuir-
adtopreae. "'- i"<-""u
which v,.i mas have "' |h'TJf;
l-,t.. of JOSEPH AMIGO a I- a JOB
ami,;,, dweaaed late of Pad,- County.
*. has just returned FWhja,
no! MS
B1 -v C union-. : Dade* oun-
,v, Florida. Within lour ;
months from th* time ol thj
hir,.,,f. or the -am. will
Miami K..... '., 'his nth
dm of November. A.P. 19i4.
hi:, t N DSh .
A- Exi U
Firs, mil thla notice on
ii r.tii dav of November, ''* __
SHXi-ilto. KIHKP. WF..l.,.v SilKBR
ittorn, ... ; i ot JOSEI H
AaJlGO a k .. JOE AMIGO. Deceaaed
4a7 1 in. oln Road .,.
,,.. ,. i:, ... h. Florida 3.1.39 ^ ^ ^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NoTIi b. 18 HitKBBV OI> EN thai
the underalaned. dealrlnai to eni
. -. under the ncmtoua name ol
INTERNATIONAL BEAT'Tl BAJjGN.
143SA WaahlnKton Avenue, Miami
Florida, intends to ref?,\"
.,;. with the Clerk of tl
i-un Court of Pad. County r :;oda.
INTERNATIONAL BEA1 1 "
SALON. INC
DANIEL RETTER ESQUIRE
Attorney for Annltcant
Kuilding
Miami. Florida 33132 ^ ,_,._.,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-32725
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
{NO PROPERTY)
IN RE The Marrlaae of
NKll. A. MK*HAELS.
Petitioner,
KATHLEEN I. MICHAELS.
Respondent
T, KATHLEEN I. MICHAELS
vor AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution of
Marriaar* haa t.....n filed and eon-
menced in this Curt and VOU at-
required to serve copy or your
written defenses, if any. to it on i
FPWAHP PORCH. Attornev for Pjtl-
tion.r. whose addres* Is: Bulte tw.
Dadeland Towers, 30fl South Dade-
land Boulevard. Miami. Honda tx
and file the original with the i lerk
of the above stvl.d Court on or Be-
fore December 16th. 1914: a Di uj
will he entered atrainst you for the
,,. ., f nraved for in the Petition.
Thin Notice ahall be published once
each week for four conseoutlvj week*
In the Jewish Floridlan. ii" N i. I n
Btreel Miami. Florida
witvkss mv hard i"d ihe sea' ot
. iid courl at Miami. Florida mi this
I- h dav of Nov. nil., i I! H
(C tin I lie Pe".....,.._
RICHARD P BRINKER.
\. Clerk. < ii -n t Court
I. ide C ""' F oi i
r, MARION NBWM VN
.\. Di nuts Cl( rk
(I i. n" C "' Bi nl'
, ROW M'P PORCH
,.> for Petitioner
ou|t, g I ol. 'and l.'vil
\,UI ,. Tel '
n, C K PI IRCH
' EDWABDFOBCH

Book Review Featured
A book review by Mrs. Keva
W'exler will be featured on the
program preceding the Temple
Beth Moahe Sisterhood luncheon
Wednesriity at 11:15 a.m. The
Future of the Jewish Commu-
nity in America is the topic of
discussion. A card party will
follow.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlna to enjraff*
in bUMii.s- under th. fIctlUWM Duma
f CONVENTION PROORAM t'N-
1 IMITED a' M S DUI* I s 1.
Miami. Forida Intend* "'/Vt's'^,
nan., with th. CI.-rk O* < Ircult
Court of Dad* cunty. Florida.
ALICK UP8HAW
11.15-22-29 1-
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-30968
IN RE: BLANCH L GLASS. V\ lf
and
Wll I 1AM H GLASS. Husband
ACTION FOR DISSOIUTION
OF MARRIAGE
T, i Will 1AM H Ol ASS. Husband
Reald, nee and address uiwj0*"
Y.,1 ARE HBREB1 NOTIFIED
thai an a. tion for Dissolution ol Mar-
rlaae has been Bled against vou and
vou are r-.iuired to serve a copy ol
v,.Ur written defenae*. if any. loll
on WALTER B LEBOWITZ E8-
oriRE. ..itorn.v for Petitioner, whose
address Suite 208. 850 Lincoln Rd..
Miami IL.oh Florida IS1S9 and III.
the original with the .lerk Of the
above styled .ourt on or before De-
cember 8, lT4: otherwise a d. fault
will i.....it< red ajtalnal vou for the
r.it. i demanded in the complaint or
petition. ,
WITNKSS my hand and th, B**tl of
aaid court al Miami. Florida. Ml thi*
I5th dav of i ictober, 1974.
RICHARD P. MUNKER.
Hi rk. Clrcull Couri.
I || Countv. Florida
Jtv 1 SNBEDEN
P.nutv Clerk
(Circuit Court S. al i
WALTER I! LEBOWITZ
SRfi I Ineoln Koad
Miami Li. a.h. Florida i.g.n.j2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OI\EN that
th. undersigned dealrlna to en*aa:< In
buslnesa under th* fi.ii'ious name oJ
SANTA I'K SHOPPING CEN I ER ai
H'nl street and Northwest ,'h Ave-
nue Miami. Florida Intend* to reels-
ler aaid name with the Clerk of the
Circuil Court of Dade Countv. n..ri.ia.
QEOROR SAMP \s
QjSORQE SAM PAS E8Ql'IRE
Attorn, v for Santa !" shnnpmg
Center
4 ;0 1 in, oln Koad. Suite 211
Miami Beach. Florida 88189^ (
NOTICE UNDER '
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
th. undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualneaa under the fictitious name of
HAKVEY ASSOCIATES al 2878 Col-
Una Avenue. Miami Beach. Honda
intends lo register said name with the
Clerk ol 'io Clrcull Court of Pade
i taunt) Florida ... .
FtHlt BTAR TOUB8. IN
Myers, Kaplan, Levlnaon & Kenln.
Attyi
Bj Oeorge R Rli hards
i-t:> Brlckell A) e
7th Floor
"*"' ''li' :!'":11 10iM U/1-9-H
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. 74-304R9
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN re Ti": M vRRIAQE OF:
.HAN M BltAOJOS, Petitioner.
and
SANTA G i!I:a"">s Respondent
TO: Santa 01 Hraolos
u .i |D7
\i.i ana, '"uha
.Yiil' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage Li- bet flh 'i aeralnsi you and
you are required aerve a copy of
. urn u nl'. ii di anj to II on
ROY GONZALEZ, JR.. attorney for
Petltloi r, whose ...dress is lrtl N \\.
12th Avenue, Miami, Florida 83128.
Phone (*
ami file the original with the clerk of
the above styled courl on or befora
November 29, 1974; otherwlae : de-
faull vnii be entered against you for
the reliel demanded in the complaint
or i" tltlon.
Tin- shall be publiahed once
ea. h week for four consi cutlvi v.
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS tn\ hand a id th* Bald nit at Miami. Florida on this
i ibi i. 1974
H ,t. mi !onrt s, ai i
RICHARD P BRINKER.
\ i ., i k. Clrcull Curt
Had. Countv. Florida
B> .1 BAHR\ M. 'M.I.KV
As Denuty Clerk
Rot i loni ill i. Jr Bsauire
I nl N \\ I Avenut
Miami. Fit rl la SS12S (S24-4S5S)
Attorney lor Petitioner .,-
in 25 li 1-8-1B
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'hat
the undersigned deslrina to engage
in business und. r the fictitious nun.'
,.f APPLIANCE SBRVICECENTER
.,- -".. Ilird Itoiid. Mian::. I-.a :.'...
intends to register said name with the
i'i.rk of the Circuit Court ot Dade
Countv Florida ___
ORESTES R. GONZALEZ
11 1-8-15-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-30243
IN I1F The Marriage "f
MORRIS BLBBRT LAWRENt E.
Petitioner
STELLA REED LAWRENCE
Respondent
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
T> STELLA REED LAWRENCE
Route 7, Box 19S
Mooksvllle. North Carolina 2.>28
Wlllboone I'.oad ......
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an Action for Diaaolution of Mar-
riage has been filed aeamst you and
v.... ii.- required fo serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it on
MARVIN A SHKI'l'AHP Attornevs
for MORRIS BIJJERT LAWRENCE.
Petitioner, whose address is 9150 S.W.
vTth Av.nue Miami. Florida and tile
Ihe original with the Cleric of the
above styled Court on or before the
85th dav of November. 1*74: otheru M
, | l, aUlt "ill be entered VOU
for the relief demanded in the com-
"tius notice *hall be nublirtied onoa
a week foi Hi four conseoutiv* weelta
in th. Jev. ish Plorldlan,
WITNESS in^ hand and aeal of
HUld i our' BI Miami. Florida, thla
"1st da. of 1. toh, I 1974
RICHARD BRINKER, '"lerk of the
Clrcull Conn
By: I. s DePlETRO
1 let UIV Clerk
t-IRCt'IT COt'RT SEAL
lllli., KRT X MARVIN, for the firm
of M VRVIN 8HEPPARD
S \\ sT'h Avenue
Miami Florida 88156
in...tie ,7,i-h7:{n
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage in
mi.....- under the flctltloua "a'"/' '.''
CAMEO El BCTROLYSIS at 16454
I, Avenue. Miami. Honda mm
Intends to register bald name with
th, ,". rk of the Clrcr.it Court of Pad,-
it.uni^. Flor da
MARY K DEAL
1424S N vv. 2nd Avenue
North Miami l-'ia :i;ilb8
HENRY W IaK
Aor,, f.rMan K. D-l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
lerslgned desiring to engaff* In
u der ih. fictitious name ol
NoltTH STAR I'lSCiUNT nl lt484
N K th Avenue. Miami. Florida Ml2
Intend* to register *ald name ith the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. ,
AFKAV DISTRIBUTORS. INt.
16454 N 1-: 6th Avenue
Miami. Florida 881(8
HENRY vv' ci.AK
,, v for AI'KAY
DISTRIBUTORS INC. ,..
ll/l-8-lo-ZJ
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-30242
in RE Th< Marriage of
I |NDA BISHOP HAHN.
I'e'll.......1
RAI I'H MASON HAHN.
Kes-'olldent.
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: RALPH MASON HAHN
in. s Green Btreel
Winston Salem, North Carolina
YiM ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an Action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed agalnal you and
you are required to serve a copy ol
your written defenses, if any. to it on
MARVIN SHEPPARD. Attorneya
for LINDA BISHOP HAHN. IV-
lltiotier. Whose address is 1150 8.W.
v Till Av.nue. Miami. Florida and file
Hi, original i'h the clerk of the
abovi sivl.-d Court on or before the
25th dav oi November. 1974: otherwlae
a p.fault will be entered aeamst vou
for the relief d. manded in the Com-
plaint,
This notlCC shall be published on,'*
i week for in the Jewish Floridian.
WITNKSS mv band and seal of
aaid Court i't Ml.inn. Florida, this
"1st dav of I'etober. 1974
RICHARD BRINKER Clerk of the
Clrcull court
By: i. s DePlETRO
p.nutv Clerk
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HERBERT Z MARVIN, for the firm
of MARVIN A: SIIKITAHD
1M B W >-"th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33156
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For the greatest values...Shop Food Fair-
YOUR FAVORITE BRANDS AT REASONABLE PRICES! i
SAVE 3 WAYSI BONUS SPECIALSI HONEST VALUESI PLUS MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
FOOD
WESTERN BEEF LOIN
SIRLOIN
9 I B^%lm -'
TENDER JUICY
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF LOIN
PORTERHOUSE STEAKS s 189
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF ROUND ^
TOP ROUND STEAK *1"
U.S. CHOICE- WESTERN e __
REEF CURED STEAK .9V9
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF ROUND c0
ROTTOM ROUND ROAST M59
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF ROUND a _ft
ROTTOM ROUND RUMP roast s179
US CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK .-.. U S CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK C*Aa
Under Blade Pot Roast Bnls.il Shoulder Pot Roast Bnls. LB $ I49
U S CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK $4*0 LI S CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK $<5Q
Under Blade Steak Bnls. -r I Shoulder Steak Boneless 1
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE FROM DATE OF PUBLICATION
THRU SUNDAY NOVEMBER 17th
AT ALL FOOD FAIR STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
^
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
BEEF BRISKET..............boneless.......................1B ,
FLA. OR SHIPPED GRADE A
FRYER PARTS
WHOLE BREASTS
WITH RIBS
WHOLE LEGS
THIGHS
DRUMSTICKS
89
FREaH
ICED
LB.
FLA. OR SHIPPED GRADE A
FRYER QTRS
LEG OR
BREAST
59
FRESH
ICED
LB.
ONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 1S'N'
\. Art >
FYNE TASTE YELLOW CLING
PEACHES
316-OZ. $ 1
CANS
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 16
CALIFORNIA
SLICED
OR
HALVES
TOMATOES
25e
WE REDEEM GET AN EXTRA BONUS OF
FEDERAL FOOD I MERCHANTS GREEN STAMP*
STAMPS J F0R VALUABLE GIFTSI
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
DISPLAYED IN GREAT VARIETY TO MAKE YOUR CHOICE
EASY AND TO YOUR COMPLETE SATISFACTION
YOUR CHOICE RED OR GOLDEN
DELICIOUS APPLES
WASHINGTON
STATE
( PICK YOUR OWN
TENDER OAC
Fresh Cranberries Wc 39
EXCELLENT QUALITY _
Yellow Squash b 23
FLORIDA GROWN THIN SKIN
JUICE ORANGES
15 $1
|u S NO 1 (PICK YOUR OWN) _
'Yellow Onions L. 19c
YOUNG AND CRISP _
Green Onions Z bunches 35c
3 $i
p.p.
BRAND
16-OZ
CAN
LIMIT 3 CANS. PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF
'7 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
LIMIT 2 CANS PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF
S7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
CHUN KING FROZEN
FLAVORFUL
FRIENOSHIP PINfAPPLi A. '* PINT |A
Creamed Cottage Cheese cup 65 Borden's Sour Cream com. 49
NU MAID
Soft Margarine
MAGGIO PART SKIM
PACKED IN 8-OZ
COFFEE MUG
43* Jones Liverwurst Stf 69c
I OZ "fOC SEASHORES __
Monarella Cheese tfl 79 Kosher Pickles 3BP 73e
LES CAL YOGURT
99% FAT FREE MM t-OZ.
ALL FLAVORS rIH CUPS
Chicken Chow Mein 5ff 95e
CHUN KING FROZEN
Shrimp Chow Mein !l#
MINUTE MAID FROZEN
Orange Juice 3 6canzs 89c
SARA LEE FROZEN LARGE
Pecan Coffee Cake liM^M11
Scnoice Aftfxtif&i *Defit.
AVAILABLE AT STORES HAVING SERVICE COUNTERS
ALL LUNCH MEATS I CHEESE SLICED TO ORDER
TURKEY ROLL
98c
RICH'S ALL
WHITE MEAT
HALF
LB.
All BAKED GOODS MADE WITH PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING
Salt Free Bread
p.p.
BRAND
OVEN FRESH
45
C 1-LB.
LOAF
AVAILABLE ONLY AT STORES HAVING
SEAFOOD SERVICE COUNTERS
MACKEREL
55!
FLORIDA
CAUGHT
USHLY SLICED
RARE OR MEDIUM
Roast Beef QUf;T"
FRESHLY SMOKED SLICED
Lox or Nova Salmon !f MM
HYGRADES BLACK FOREST -
Cooked Salami W 79c
IMPORTED AUSTRIAN
Dorman's Swiss CheeseHALf 79c
AU PURPOSE PURE VEGETAtlE A -
Wesson Oil &% *11f
A* C French Bread \St 45c Kingfish Steaks u99 KrteK.". "<>' 79
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. All CLERICAL. TYPOGRAPHIC. PHOTOGRAPHIC AND PRINTING ERRORS ARE SUBJECT TO CORRECTION' NONE SOLD TO DEALERS
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