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

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

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Did we overreact to anti Semitic slur?
Bv JOSEPH ALSOP
I At*l~ Tium Syndic it.-
v.SIIINGTON You
a lot aboi I the times
,i from the latest flap
leged anti-Semitism ol the
lirman of the Joint Chiefs oi
Lerner ateeant Think So ... I-A (Bottom)
Staff, Gen, George s. Brown. In
you .id not know the basi<
fai is as yet, here they are:
t, Gen. I'.run n w i
i 'ii Hi.' iecord to a s nail
Beminai* at Duke University lavv
ond, however, oni ol
I | with
a in; '. t)itier. Thiid, al the
I.. ie a long se lion, 11 n
unfortunate'
|y phrased ren
pad "i Isra< I on I s defense
l"!:... Fourth ami finally, the
it-u Ired-for- '~r\ of-
rema It foi i
AS TO the cha......
i emiti :m, ii is
: note Gen. Brov n's
Continued on Page 2-A
"dewish Floridian
Combining Wi JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 47 Number 47
Miami Florida Friday, November 22, 1974
..... i>\ Mail Two Sections
Price 25 cents

Pull Back Noted
On Demand That
Brown be Fired
WASHINGTON American Jewish leaden came away con-
i>!y tamed from meeting with Defense Secretary James
Schlesinger on Monday.
The leaders, among whom was Dbre Senary, national honorary
man of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nal B'rith, told new.-.
n after their meeting that they would no longer press for the
iL'iMti'.n <>f Gen. George Brown as chairman of the Joint Chiefs
staff,
i iKi.iKK. national Jewish organizations, including the ADL,
wish War Veterans, American Jewish Committee anil the Amer-
an Jewish Congress, were frankly outspoken in their demand that
Brown he fired, or at least they
War Scare
Lessens But
Tension High
GEN. BROWN
200-word apology
TEL AVIV (JTAt The
v.oi i war scare In the Middle
East since the Yom Kippur War
Fisb Fly
In Knesset
Debate'
B> YITZHAK SHARGII
TEL AVIV (JTA) Hista-
.hut confronted the government
th a four-point proposal to pro
tect wage earners and low in
come families from the impact
ol the new emergency economic
asures.
\ resolution adopted by the
itadral Executive after a
stormy Maalon that was ddreea-
(i by Premier Yitzhak Rabin and
Minister Yehoehua Ha-
binowitz, demanded assurances
ol full emplo.Miient and full and
regular payment of cost-of-living
illowances, including an immedi-
ate advance payment of part ol
the allowance due in January
insTAUKL'T abo demanded
'Int the government reconsider
the new prices for basic com
loditiei tome (A which have
D tripled in th- last two
days .m;: that it increase com-
pensatory payments to large fam
Continued on Page 13-A
ail charged that he is "unfit" to
continue in his high military
post.
They were joined by BUCh leg-
islators ;ls Sen. William Prox-
miie. Sen. Walter F. Mondale
and Florida's own Rep. i>iil Gun-
ter i Fifth District i in urging
that President Gerald Ford move
for his dismissal.
After the meeting with Sec-
rotary Schlesingw Monday,
Continued on Page 5-A
ABOUT NEGOTIATIONS WITH PALESTINIANS
White House Won't
Explain Ford Remark
appears to have abated, but ten-
sion iimains high and Israeli
forces are on the alert on both
the smai anil Syrian fronts
The threat of an imminent war
was eased Monday night after
urgent representations by the
i States elicited assurances
from Cairo and Damascus that
they intend t" adhere to the dis
engagement agreements. Israel
Continued on Page 8-A
By JOSEPH POI.AKOFF
WASHINGTON'JTA) The
White House has declined to
clarify President Ford's remarks
last Thursday night in which he
told a press conference in Phoe-
Kill Terrorists Savagely
After Beit Shean Strikes
TKL AVIV Military headquarters here announced Tues-
day two Aral, terrorist attack.-, one right after the other, in the
town of Beit Shean.
Some IS miles south of the Sea of Galilee and lour miles
from the Jordanian border. Beit Shean has a population ol
80,000 persons.
Israeli security forces stormed an apartment house in Belt
Shean. shooting their way into the building and Wiling four
Arab terrorists.
[II an act ol rage, townspeople swarmed over the four
corpses threw them from the windows of a third floor room
Stained with then blood and even set fire to three of the corpse-
before police arrived. .
Before they were killed, some 18 Israelis were injured, with
nix. An/. thai the U.S. i- "try-
ing to gel the Israelis to negoti-
ate a settlement or additional
settlements with the Egyptians
and other Arab nations.'" and
then raid that Israel should ne-
gotiate with the Egyptians and
"other \ra'i parties."
To some, the phrase "other
Arab parties" implied the inclu-
sion of the Palestine Liberation
Organization.
THIS IMPLICATION was SUg
nested by Ford's statement lasl
month ai a pi ss conference In
Ceattaued on Page 8-A
SHIMON PERES
this time, we're reody
Soviet Harassment of Jews
Continues on Mass Scale
FYom < 'omldlieil JTA
Services
Wire
Continued on Page 13-A
COLUMNIST THINKS GENERAL GOT CARRIED AWAY- AND OUGHT TO GO
Reports from Jewish groups
in the United States and abroad
monitoring the treatment of
Jews in the Soviet Union report
that harassment of visa appli-
Brown Unfit to Continue as Joint Chief
P\ MAX I.KRXKK
I .us Aafttee Times Syndicate
WASHINGTON When a gaf-
fe by n general gets national
ami world headlines, it doesn't
die e.-.si I doubt whether Gen.
George Brown's weirdly out-of-
line comments about the Amer-
ican Jews and the "Israel lob-
by" wilt
Herewith some reflections
aboul the why and what of the
general's views.
IX ANSWERING question
RDOUt the Arab oil powers at
Duke University law school,
Gen. Brown blundered into a
hornet's nest of anti-Jewish at-
titudes. Why?
When Nelson Rockefeller used
a vivid noun from the male
anatomy to describe an associ-
ate's courage at his televised
hearings the other day, he said,
"Forgive me. I Bje1 carried
away." I think Gen. Brown <;ot
carried away.
Which in a aanse make- it
worse for Brown, if not foi
Rockefeller. A public figure may
dictate a speech which is delib-
erately phrased
HIT WHAT he blurts out un-
der stress oi questions is likely
lo ...me from some close re.'.'s-
of his heart. I suspect that Gen.
Brown blurted out what he felt
at ar, emotional level.
He has denied he is anti-Sem-
cants and their families and the
mistreatment of Prisoner- of
Conscience" is Intensifying de-
spite guidelines contained in the
Oct. 18 letters that were e.\-
changed between Sen. Henrj M.
Jackson (D., Wash.) and Secre-
tary of State Henry A. Kissinger
relating to Soviet trade benefits
and emigration policy.
A 'cording tu reports received
in London from Jewish sourc-
es in the Soviet Union, 100 So*
viet Jews sent a letter to Jack-
son protesting against the re-
cent wave o| forced Consciip-
t uns "i young Jew i-ii \ ,-.i ap-
plicants
T'HK EVENTS oi re.. nl iys
contradict the assurance that
the Soviet Union intend- to hon-
or the principles of the recent
agreement concluded In Wash-
ington," the letter stated.
Continued on Page 8.V


Page 2-A
*Jm Iff Mcridliftr
Friday, November 22, 1974

Synagogue Council
To Honor Stone
The Synagogue Council "'.' America will honor U.S. S
Elect Richard B. stone at a dinner on Dec. 10 at the Fontaine-
blcaii Hotel.
Mian.! civic leader and investor Maurice Revitl has been
1 n chairman the event. according to Dr. trving Lehrman.
honorary praeideBH of the nationwide ooundL
STONE w.vs chosen for the honor before his recent
.! ;(. i
" -in City t Seen ne has shown
the ewish
....
This dinnei will mark the firsl event of its kind h
si >ne bel aves for his new Tho
the dint*
,. 1 .-,, .... the honoi from the 1
White House Mum
Ou Ford Remark
< ontinaed fr im Page l-A
irhei lie said that
,! be held be-
nd be-
tween I-' -: I
or the ri. 11

i
that the 1 is not
toward 1
I i
. in Was
that the to the Pl.O
mere!;
i si tti ton
precis
\' House ptti Mere tar)'
Ronald Neai n. asked bj
Jew ish 1 elegraphii y to
clarify Ford's Phoenix remarks,
4 that he did r.ol kn.iv. whs
trr? President, referred to
- and "par
HE SAID he would not ro be
L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
Our New Year wish is to
make Israel stronq Buv
Israel Bonds and give to the
CJA-Joint Emergency Fund
Mayshie Friedberg
1 1 For I r srka I
Hie President's c imment was
. n 1' inr.ation of L' S
policy in the in a" and that the
i ; ll 81 '
to who will be
the parties u
I, me; nw h
: n as pot
1
ed in U.S. >

iceful solution w.' "in
I ve."
THF PRESIDENT said. It
ought to l>e obvious to everybody
we cannot ^0 on indefinitely
with the very te circum-
stances thai t-xi^t between Israel
ant Egypt, Israel and Jordan, la-
nd Sj n.i Of f.'ii to take
into account the legitimate In-
terests of the Palestinian peo-
ple."
In addition, he said "We have
the problem of the potentiality
that if there were a new confron-
tation between the Israelis and
Arabs, we could face the possi-
bility of another oil embargo and
the United States and the Soviet
L'nicn could also become some-
how involved."

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Did We Overreact To Brown?
Continued from Page l-A
record in the Yom Kippur war.
( n thai occasion, he an i his
intelligence advisers foresaw Is-
rael ite need foi
I || hi many categories ol arms
at leas I x lays I fore the or-
ply Esi lei was Is-
White !! ise.
By Gen Brown's vA a"

b) the .'vi Force whieh
he tl "as
. readiness

ace.
PREPLANXIXC for the air-
lilt t<> Israel wo done.
Without these sti
. ibted '
ol [srael w Id n iu-

.\- n. Brown a -
ne things that
;
. ..- e la
ountry."
Americans 5 an obvknu
e this
.
IT is equally obvious
tical
ir!y in the 1
- v. : .- '
, I 5S.
Eve these t ings,
ei
' say thi
1
it is not
i
ttv tsi
Ing to us for eq ilpment."
ve a ly of
answering th< 1 nts ol the
U.S. milit 1 it their I
ed lefense budget by the
somewhat arrogant pro
"Don'1 worry about the Con-
I ress, We'll take care of the
C .11 ress." But the Israeli prom-
ise has always been kept.
THE TRUTH is that a great
debt is owed to Israel and the
Jewish American community by
the narrowest, nastiest WASP?
who are still sufficiently old-
fashioned to tare about national
ival.
Long ago, if it had not been
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of
THE ANT!-DEFAMAT!ON LEAGUE
OF B'NAS B'RITH
announces that ai! tickets to the annual
Human Relations Award dinner in honor of
BEN ESSEN
at the Eden Roc Hotel en December 14, 1974,
have been sold and reg-ets that no furthe-
reservations can be accepted.
ISRAEL
Burials and Aini*rit an Disinti*rni<'nts
Transfer to Israel u ithin the same stay
i
And -ill ( emett ries in Israel
Soleayt'nt for Sanhadrea c emetery
Enrouteto Israel within the same day
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Friday, November 22, 1974
+Jenisfi ftoridiani
Page 3-A
Columnist Wins National Journalism Award

CHICAGO, II!. Leo Min-
ass.xiate- editor. *f -The
:i Floridian, was named
. dinner of the 1974 Smolai
(Or excellence in North
ican Jewish Journalism" at
.. rung plenary session ol
: Jewish Ft
I .. and Welfare Funds : Ird
\ssembJy at the Palmer
M. Becker, of Munireal.
ai ol tl i Award
' e, anm l ad the
mimh.ivs aw \:n for
i ai d < '
. yeai i : I 1973 to
(74.
articli
,4 vard Com lte
col I IU ill P
and i -
. m t s
.....Co Al
UO MINDUN
tas, Arnol 1i; a pro-
teal ai insl .: I
tion <>f Sir : .
"Merchant ol '" i
; ai i a i lea <: ;; >
. i
Three other newsmen also re-
ceived awards in two categoft**:
Max \\". Jacobs, international
correspondent of The Buffalo
Jev ish Review, in the competi-
tion es of ar-
. i and Robert A. Ci hen. edi-
tor-in-chief ol 1 < St. Lo tis
Jewish Light, and G;,.-;- Ri i
blatt, associate editor oi
Baltimore Jewish Times, who
share the award f r general re-
portage and news features.
THE AWARD svas established
in 1972 by the CJF in hono
editor in chief
emeritus ol the Jewish Tele-
i Agency.
i Be ker, the Se-
i [62 entries to
which the winners were
sen.
In a letti n, B cker
said that the award will be pre-
sented to him at the Council's
quarterly board meeting in
March in Atlanta. Ga.
Mindlin has been on the staff
of The Jewish Floridian since
1952. except for a six-year peri-
od when he was a columnist in
the daily press.
IN ADDITION to his activi-
ties as associate editor of The
Jewish Floridian. he is also sen-
ior associate professor on the
English and Literature faculty
at Miami-Dade Community Col-
South.
1EO
TSS QUEEN ANNA MARIA
lO DAYS
1
/I
ssembly Eyes Primary Needs
. \i,n ; !"A> Pr
-. the qual-
: Jewish in N '"h
and I i relate 11 ti I
nifold conct rns of \ .
- well as to tl
d arid Jev r light-
deliberations and m I
e 2,500 K"'. tah
- from 'ho l' s. and
the ttrd Genera] ^asem-
. Council of Jewish Fed-
and Welfare Funds
here for five day* and-
Nov. 17.
THIS Tmm was under-
scored bj Raymond Epstein. CJF
president, in !. address
when in- said "Th
ntrated al n -' ej li
on the domestic scene and the
bash welfare needs of the
American Jew si inity.
Today the winds that sweep
through our cities are laden
foreign concern*and our defi-
nition of basic need* tot been
expanded to include all that en-
i ichea our life :i- Jewi"
lie obearved thai in the re-
surgenoa of Jewish life "which
n experiencing there ifl a
growing awareness and accept-
a
$18 Million-Pin
Pledged for UJA
s
M30 iJTAi Six-
i : \." ei ican Jewish
ed mon than SIS
In n here Nov. 13 toward the
lew ish Appeal I-
Fund 1" M.n
hi ea
tsful ins
history.
of Del
Ign Inaugi ral I
.
HE nH UtED
Ubert 1
'. a national
[Tie assemblage was

Information, Al aroi s. who
U.'w in from Jerusalem N'1
and by Mr*. Silva Zalmanson,
ivc.Mii'.,- released from a Soviel
camp after serving four
years of a 10-yeai nt< 111 for
an alleged airplane hijacking at-
pt.
Yariv, a retired Israel
il who i Kilo-

with Egypt last '.Miner, was
i the prospects of
liddle Eaa at I
e was anj
5 Kippur
spl Middle
East, the Arab sun
: it."
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relieve more virus cold
symptoms than
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tot (MMt orrytki.-if y*t cm to kx Bio.'
um.'cmi f wrt ceWt it w4h Tkmu.
ance that Israel, in spite i
ance, is not the
... ,. ..,,. the
i dept ndent and d<
i phenomi
ther. he added "tl J<
|i to re" aires the nurtur-
inities in
every country wherever they
be and for .->o long as they
are viable."
EPSTEIN NOTED That the
"interdependence of Israel.
American Jewry. West European
Jewry, the isolated communities
of Eastern Europe, the 800.000
Jews in South America, the vital
Jewish community of South
Africa, other overseas communi-
- and of course the Jews of
Russia, is the concept on which
our future activitycultural, po-
litical, religious, financialmust
plan and build.
"We shall continue to draw
sustenance from Israel in even
ter measure, but the nour-
ishment we give to Israel makes
it an integral part of our pro-
grammini "
EPSTEIN DEFINED the "fun-
damentals" of the contempi
-ii scene as "an enthus
- arch
idi ntity." the nt of
our in''' .i- rev a
i th Israel,
our
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+JcnisiiffaridRti*7
Friday. November 22, 1974
Sapir at Convention
Pinchas Sapir, fcnr.er Finance Miniate* *f the Slat? of
Israel, will be among dignitaries a! the 76th annivers
biennial convention ol the Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations of America slated ior Nov. 27 to Dec. 1 at the
Boca Raton Hotel.
Sapir is expected to help American synagcque lee I-
ers formulate a response to the Palestinian challenge and
the continuing Arab threat of an Arab oil boycott age
the west.
UOJCA leaders also expect to deal with at-hcrne
American Jewish communal issues, such as the impact of
the new feminism en Jewish civil rights and the means
of pursuing Jewish Orthodox identity in the modern wo;.
In all, these and other questions, crossing pariicuiai
Jewish religious affiliations, should prove of interest to
most people for whom the prcssrvation of traditional j
ish values is of prime importance.
He Escapes Punishment
On the day last week '.hat the address by Gen G
Brown, chairman of our Joint Chiefs of Staff, before l;i <
University was reported by the notional press, ihers was
hope that a native American Fascist in one of the count: |
most sensitive positions would be properly punished.
The anti-Semiiic sentiments of Gen. Brown, which
might well be read in a copy of Hitler's "Mein Kampf,"
shocked the nation from President Ford on down.
Ron Nessen, the President's press secretaiy, let it ba
known that Gen. Brown 8 continuation in hi j post as J.
Chiefs chairman 'was in grave question."
From such distinguished ators as Sen. William
Proxmire came angry ouicries and demands icr his dis-
charge.
Apar: from the fad that '.h? Brown Sto
outright distortions of the truth, they-do not reflect
democratic sf'vil of a frei ly.
When a profession .. dier urges that Ami
must "gel minded enough to set down the Je
influence in this country," he is calling for an crga.
Semitic an.
We Wonder Who9* Boi
Such a sola;?r is voicing his own grave qui
Does the Pen'aqon control American society, or .
servant of the American | lose President is
civilian com: at all soldit:
In a word: Who's the boss?
Foi a moment there, Nessen had us b Ml I
was. President, in his b.
mouthed -. ry las excused Gen. Brown, all we c
wonder.
And a si the :.
bom the 1
encoui ... lang
the m
In the Hour of Paling
Sessions c: the Ccu:.: 'wish Fi
Welfare Fund C 43rd General A
in Chicago last week demons.: ate American | over-
whelming av [uality < vis)
America is il ly bound up with Israel and he:
vival.
Time was when we were warmer' he recreation
of Israel in our generation, by the mi t her ie\
a:t:r 2.CGJ years as a testament of our faith in thi
historic continuum.
But quickly, this became a one-sided view of thin
with the accent on what a vig id would
be cl "g the spirit of dias]
: somehov \ ing, leavira the things of
the Jewish s]
At the as of the General Assembly in C
cage
j for her .
survival.
An vival can best be assur-
ed by an n Jewry flirn in the conviction of its
Americanism, in short its identity, and
therefore energy needed to help Israel in
the hour of he: own paling.
Are There Any Questions?
It is clear what has happened to the United Nations.
Abdelaziz Bouetlika is nov/ the president of the Gan-
erH Assembly. Boutcilika is also the Foreign Minister of
Algeria.
Bouteflika hes made a.> open and blatant attempt to
bar Israel horn furthei part ipalion in t'ns Palestine Ques-
tion debate He did s.mply removing from the
in, Israel Ambassador
Yosef Tekcc
Arafat is Castro of Mideast
" :<;.-. n that Fi lei Castro has
taught
i came i rw >>
out of thi man.
ke over Cuba, the
rime sured us he
Mas 1 ind we mi oi -
is the
gi eat liberal u.
' v.i W( did.
\ | i" THI ;,". v were last
I .mi
,: a vote
? iv to litt the
iigo on Ci ; a, with 15 age-
nt; ing years inti etween
i t vote and the ginning of
Castro's Communist rule that
i e N. n 5r*ork I i ommand-
to sanction.
ti sun ihe e are di
t il ..... to mi that
tho.c '5 o y an be-
iis an I > isi Arafat's
i of I stinians.
.,'. .. HES may nol be hap-
his time, but even
ca can
tantial
nil an an I v < torn
; tic rrom
; enerallj i of n ak-
i ism. Ig-
. isi i] he carried
t ..
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with him t<> "I*1 rostrum of the
"United Nations." that t 11 ri t ol
blackmail artists and free-loa I-
ers we laughingly call the World
Peace I irgani; ation.
Overlooked Is his ugly threat:
the olive b anch and ihe free-
dom-fighter's pistol. ("Do not."
he Mai m I us force me to dro|
the olive branch." I
FOR 80MKHOW Jews are in-
volved, and assemblies of men
hack through historj have never
liked J< s Wh "yf will -
sM'lpe the JeV; \vhJH-k him frorrl
I... ,n,i,_ \:iy i Lrn up, bi ing him
"doM'n coverUp-i or mertlt, de-
es their ftnpDy support
S rdeiil.V, A al it is the- hi ro
of the oppressed Palestinians
although one reafly doesn't quite
know how. The Palestinians
i *. fte$e^4ketftrirrFtry he. Hl)l|
the fact is that most o linary,
every day Arabs lie mo
ions about him than ih
;il nut the Israelis then >
Still, suddenly like Castro,
Arafat is the answer to
niaiism. Imperialism, capil
oppression," all the h II
guilts the Western Ube
s,i burdentomely.
ADD T<> this the inflamn
question f oil, and Aral
Arab Galahad come : i
the millcniiim to the M
i ast
BctM'cen Jews and oil,
ran 11 no choice even il i
is none to begin with, even .
Arab sheikhs themselves
frankly told us igaln an a
lhat, were there no Israi
would still Im- an oil wai
the Industi ialtzed n itions I
And so that is why the
and woi Id o| n : m i ene i
now cleaning up tins filthj
ennobling him, giving h i
of the tueik.m li'
xalted rebel.
AFTEB ALL, the Je
had their day. We have
too kind for too long, The
in d flesh no longe
Continued on Page I'- V

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meml >. ol eithei majoi nai t .
M) \< -n \i. third party
identifii ation, but one ram:
t nil
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I S. Senate, or
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with a populist program who
ti
Populist pi ,. mi i:n-
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future
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and Left,
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Friday, November 22. 1974
'* ir-nJ'J IJrrfrtfon
Page 5-A
Jewish Leaders Pull Back on Gen. Brown
Continued from Page 1-A
Scbary said that, so *ar the
ADL was concerned, it wa> now
prepared to "'<'* its time" ami
-sea what happens."
WHEN newsmen asked
Scbary if the new ADL position
reflected the opinions of the
other leaders who had mot with
Schlesinger, he replied. "That's a
fair reading."
Earlier, on the eve of his de-
'
pexture for a visit to Japan,
President Ford told a press con-
ference in Phoenix. Ariz., that
he would not dismiss Brown for
his "one mistake."
The President noted that, as
far as he was concerned, his
statement "closes the episode"
as a matter of further White
House consideration.
THIS WAS a dramatic revers-
Bl of the previous Ford position.
ADL Did Not
Forgive Eckerd
EDITOR, The lewish Floridian: ^gaw.'-T-at
Your editorial writer, in the
lead editorial of last week com-
pliments the Anti-Defamation
League for reacting quickly on
the day before the Nov. 5 elec
tions in crystaliring the protest
against the prejudicial newspaper
advertising of Jack Eckerd.
The editorial goes on, however,
to criticize ADJ. for "accepting"
Eckerd's subsequent apology. The
editorial distorts our position.
WE DID not accept Eckerd's
apology. We did wekeese-it. And
that is a distinction with a dif-
rerence. Surely, it makes sense
to welcome a candidate's admis-
sion that he acted improperly.
Your editorial gives the a*
roneous impression that the ADL
m quick to forgive Eckerd. and
I hat we did so in the name of
the Jewish community.
Nothing could be further from
the truth.
In our public statements on the
day Eckerd*i apology appeared.
we expressed a healthy skerrti-
, -in regarding bis intent and
noted the apology in no way miti-
gated "he initial offense of his
advertisement, of course, we
spoke in our name, for ourselves
FURTHERMORE, and contrary
lo your editorial. Eckerd's of-
fi nse was not to Richard Stone
alone. Hil action was an affront
lo the entire Jewish community
and responding comment from
lewish organizations was both
essary and appropriate
We have a high regard for The
Jewish Floridian's contribution
lo our communitj Fair criticism
i- constructive.
Your writer could have easily
Checked with us to determine the
facts of both our actions and at-
titude. In this ctae, however, he
did not have the courtes) to do
so. He chose to shoot from the
hip. The result was an editorial
which distorted our actions.
May we point out to your
writer that the ADL not only
EDITOR, The .lewish Floridian:
As a young Jew (I am 11) I
feel very strongly about the Arab
terrorists being let in to speak
in the United Nations. Their only
goal i.s to overcome the Jews, and
then get rid of them while every
other country just sits back and
watches. 1 cannot understand
how anyone could let killers like
this speak anvwhere but in jail.
SUZY JANS
OUR
REAMS
WRITE
"Lrt Thy Worit Bt Brief
KohcUth (Ecclctiuttt)
r v
For More Letters,
See Page *
had the capacity to react quickly
on this matter, and the courage
to speak out. w were apparently
the only Jewish organization to
take an official ponition and
comment on Eckerd's action.
JACK KASSEWITZ
Chairman.
Florida Regional Board
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
While we air in i period of
time of great tension and menta'
anguish, there must be at least
one voice of restraint to be
heard.
We deplore the statements of
Yasir Arafat to destroy the land
0l [grael and its inhabitants, but
we must alto underscore the fact
that there are many who do not
believe in meeting violence with
violence.
WE SHALL always maintain
our vigilance and he aware of
those who would do the Jewish
people harm.
To protest is a basic right, to
protect and be on guard is a
right we will always cherish.
However, as one voice in the
community, we record our op-
position to death threats, to yio
leiue. and to disruption of civi'
law.
RABBI MILTON SCHI.INSKY
Yice President of the
Rabbinical Association f
Greater Miami
Miami Beach
Anyone With Information
concerning the whereabout* ol the
fallowing persons, aleose call the
National Council of Jewish Women,
57M747.
MART WEINTPAUB, Born 1V05 i"
Odessa, Russia
ABBI WFNTRAUB, husbnnd of
Mary, formerly with the U.S. postal
service.
There is a sJsfer in the OSS*
searching for them.
DAVID SllBER, Born 1922 in lodj,
Poland
There is a friend in Israel
searching for him.
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian'
I think that to let the Arab
terrorists into the United Nation.'
il the decision of anti-Semitic
Communistic mindn.
People so bent on the extinc
, tion of the Jewish people, or of
any people, have no place in the
world of civilised men.
THE PLO has demonstrated
its intentions again and again
a, al the Olympic Gamea and
Maalot
These people have no right to
peak to the UN.
it is demeaning and degrading
to the Jewish people and to the
reputation of the United Nations
;,) let murderers officiaUj voiot
their warped opinions.
ERIC COHEN
Miami Beach
Ron Nessen, Ford's press secre-
tary, said last week that Gen.
Brown's job as chairman ol the
Joint Chiefs was "o en to grave
question."
Furthermore, Presidi .it Ford
personally rebuked Gen. Brown
at a la.e-to-faee meeting with
the General at the White House.
A joint telegram from 2.500
leaders meeting at the 43rd an-
nual General Assembl) of the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds in Chicago
had echoed the Presi lent's sen-
timents, called for an immedi-
ate retraction and apology from
Brown, and categorically assert-
ed that Brown must >,
l.\ THE meantime, Brown of-
fered a 200"Word a>oloj{y in a
letter addressed to the Jewish
War Veterans ol the United
States.
The furor developed after it
was learned that the four-star
General, replying to questions
aftei addressin ; a group at Duke
University Law School in Dur-
ham. N.C (' 10 on the pos-
sibility of Am riean military in-
tervention in the event of a sec-
ond Arab oil embargo, had said
thai Jews exerted too much in-
fluence In Congress because Jews
"own. yo i know, the hanks in
this country, the newspapers."
THE GENERAL prefaced
e ren ai Us with a threat
"If there is another oil em-
o and iople In this country
..- not only Inconvenienced ami
t nco.nfortable but suffer (they
.1 tough minded enough
i ; down the Jewish influence
country and break the
I 'Ol,.."
Brown's remarks, not widely
reported until now. were die-
. ised by the Washington Host
Nov. 13 in an article by its
ill writer, .Michael Getter.
Nessen acknowledged that
"someone In the White House
krww" about Brown's remarks
"several days apo" before their
publication but was unable to
say when the President learned
of them.
MF. < OULD not explain the
i in conveying the Presi-
dent's reaction when the White
House had [>r:or knowledge of
the incident.
Nessen stressed that Brown's
remarks "in no way represent"
the President's "views or any
oilier genial officials of his Ad-
ministration military or civil-
ian."
As President Ford issued his
It it word on the incident on his
departure to Japan, he added
that Gen. Brown's statement ban
I cen ill-advised and poorly-han-
dled."
Pound Devaluation to Benefit
Tourists on Winter Holiday
NEW YORKTourists to Is-
rael arc certain beneficiaries of
i lie recently-announced devalua-
tion of the Israel Pound, accord-
ing to Israel Zuriel, representa-
tive for North \rr.erica of the
Israel Ministry of Tourism.
The devaluation, say? Zuriel.
has raised the value of the dol
k.r brought to Israel from IL4.2
to IL6.0, creating an increase in
worth of 43 per cent o
ACCORDING to Ministry of
Tourism official-, the rise in th-
value of the dollar, when coupled
with the low winter airfare in
effect between Nov. 1 and March
15 ($519 round-trip, ten-day) is
expected to create near record
holiday winter travel to Israel in
late December
Some Drier increases are ex-
pected in Israel, but by and
large, according to Ministry ot
Tourism officials, the tourist in
Israel should enjoy savings as a
direct result of the currency ad-
justment.
Gift Givers Know,
OnlyYaisYO.
^^^^SJ^^ .ix w;-*kwBaoumami.


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Page 8-A
Jm1st> fkridi^r
Friday. November 22, 1974

MORE LETTERS FROM OUR READERS
Writer St. John Sets the Record Straight
EDITOR, The Jewish FtorMlan:
S. sii in
N< w Vc>: k has led to an atl
i ts to equal
Pal-
with Jew h 1 '-,

e the
la
(if
EN TOR, rhe Jewish I;
th the !>: sing of Zal
i-.u I. on Oct. 8 the J .....i
'
unique :
ind I '
i~h h;-'
He was .i si it< sman, a Z tnist
lea ir and writer of
a west-
time, .i Habad H w id, i al
tached to
WITH REGARD this
quality, I wish to n ird so
pei which I be-
b ol interesl to your
readi
ar was the first Israeli
Pres dent tiata Sabbath and
holidaj services in the Presiden-
tial Mension, held in a small hut
tastefully-deooraiad chapel. I
was fortunate to be anong those
living in itie vicinity who joined
fron: time to time the PrwMcnt's
miiyan,
After Presidett Shazar left his
bigtl office, he moved to a private
residence on Keren Hayesod ,
Street, in the center of Jerusa-
lem.
AT HIS request, one room on
the -'round fleer of the building
wat converted into a chapel
where services were held on
ath and holidays.
Living in the same street. I
KIMTOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I am 11 years old. and 1 am
wnting from my Sunday School
class where I recently learned
about the Itiiu-d Nation's ap-
proval of the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization.
I think this is one of the worst
things ever to happen to Israel
could be worse than any-
war, because it will let down
I i i moi ale great deaL
si'('II A thing should not be'
allowed to happen in the UN'.
If something isn't done about,
this, and the Pl.<> OMtimiM to
get its way, it could mean a lot;
more trouble for Jews all over
the world.
The PI.O's only concern is to j
get rid of Israel and kill Jews.
It really makes me sick to see;
these people get an easy shot at
I complete, legalized massacre
of Jews.
JEFF COHEN
Miami Beach
At the Hadassah Hebrew
University Medical Center in '
Jerusalem are Mrs. Bernard \
Mandler, prssident of the Mi-
ami Chapter of Hadassah,
and Prof. Kalman J. Mann,
director genercl of the Hc-
dassah Medical Organiza-
tion, i
it! n ol P ilest ne, insl
i
to avoid
itaged power
ns ol
I Bi J
SI ( II TERRORISM as tl

I 1

ihc President. Presidenl
always
of th egation
visit rifts, who
:
ices,
PR. REUVEM EFRON
Jerusalem and Miami Reach
either the Irgun or Stern Q
the Jew-

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Friday, November 22, 1974
*Jenit fkridttat)
Page 7-A
f
4.
I'
Did Sadat Tell Kissinger He'd Still Talk?
^ Ey DAVID LANDAU ^
'SALKM iJTAi
Well placed sources lure
thai Dr. Henry Kissin i
lias o i.an President Anwai s.,
d. t that he would be prepared
to negotiate various "political"
component! in a partial settle-
although formally, Egypt
wiuld continue to insist on a
"military" framework for the
talks.
Kissinger did nit specify which
"political' components Sadat
would agict to discuss.
THE FATE of second stape
of Sinai talks depends largely OH
whether Kissinger is able to nar-
row the wide gap between the :
Israeli and Egyptian concepts.
CAIRO INSISTS that any
new talks must be primarily on
"mi ttary" matters, such as its
undertaking to maintain the
ire for a specific period in
pi : i' substantial new Is-
raeli withdrawals in Sinai
something akin to the disengage-
menl agreement of last January
but on a much wider scale.
Sadal is said to rationalize his
Insl tence on ,i purely military
n, lb; .' laining that the
Hal at su i mit allow. d him to
proceed separately in no.
tions wltl l onlj '
an ii .....it
An. the
I... ,.i conferenci i
-on by all
tics Including the
David B. Levi, son of Rabbi
end Mrs. E. A. Levi, 1892C
NW 17th Avtt.. has been pro-
moted to vice president end
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IKKABL, or, the other hand.
demands thai second Btage talks
result In a settlement of major
1 o;i1 .i a signifi ai
It seeks an open-ended cessa-
erem e coupled with
political nnd economic provisions
aimed at setting both countries
in th;' direction of peace.
Israeli officials have proposed
an end to tne Arab boycott, open
borders for foreign tourists and
fiee paSjMga u( the Sue/. Canal
f >r Israeli ships, or al least, in
the I. Inning, for Israeli car-
goes. The) also want a diminu-
tion of hostile political propa-
ganda.
THE EXTENT ol a new Is-
raeli withdrawal in Sinai will
obviously he the crucial Issue in
the next stage of talks. Egypt is
said to be adamant on the re-
turn of the strategic Mitle Pass
and evacuation of the Sinai oil
fields at Abu Rodeis.
tel is notrbelieved prepared
to give up the oil fields at this

Kissinger retui n visit ho the
Middle Mas', next month will fol-
low the scheduled summit
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nc\ at Vladivostok.
It is felt that the Russian-
could not exercise any kind of
"veto" on the Secretary's efforts
in the Middle East, But it is
conceded thai the Mideast prob-
ably would be discussed at Vla-
stok, a factor that cannot
be discount'-1,
ISRAELI SOURCES believe
nger hi pes nce again,
to upstage the Soviets on the
.liddle East ind tnus head i if
their influ-
ence in I Igypt.
It is I elieved here thai Sadat
be willini to coop, rate in
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Harassment of Jews Continuing Consumer Prices
In Israel Today
Stagger the Mind
Continued from Page IV
increase of forced con-
s. i ... the letter continue I, is
pai ticulai ly alarming sin
i isly being used bj th< So-
viet authorities to penalizi
ints and their fa ilies
v e i as to deter others from ap-
plying for exil visas.
"Its aim is to subject them to
hardship anil deprive them <>t
their hope to go to Israel for
mam yean," the letter noted
In Now York, the Student
Struggle for Soviet Jewry re-
ported that 70 Soviet Jewish ac-
tivists have appealed to Kissin-
ger to "do all you can i<> save
the life of Dr. Mikhail Stern."
a noted pediatrician whose trial
in Vinnitsa is expected soon.
DR. STERN has iieon under
detention and constant Interro-
gation for nearly six months on
a series of unsubstantiated
charges Including the alleged
poisoning of children.
His anest has been attril
to the fact that his sons. Viktor
an.I Augu it, applied a year ago
foi v isas to emigrate to Israel.
Dr. Ste n's sons, who
l i om thei
: iad thcii
mm '
th< SSS,
i an \ A repoiteii
that all they have been told by
Soviet authorities i- that their
64-year-ol I father "is coughing
up blood."
A LAWYER from the Vlnnit-
. ,v yei s Asso iation li
. ]oil ted by the town's muni-
cipal authority as counsel for
the defense, but he has refused
to talk to members of Dr.
stem's family.
Reports from the National
Conference on Soviet Jewry In
New York stated that Soviet
prison authorities are deliberate-
ly isolating eeitain Jewish pris-
oners by transferring them to
i iher labor camps, thereby sep-
arating them from their friends.
Others are !>eins punished
with solitary confinement or de-
nial of family visits.
Among those transferred are
Boris Penson, Boris Azernikov,
Lassal Kaminsky and Mikhail
Korenblit. Conditions in the new
camp are reported worse than
those in the Potma labor camp
from which they were transfer-
re I,
IN audition. A/ernikov,
who was l : 971 and is
serving a three and a ;
jenti : was also given six
months solita j eon
liny to le N'CSJ.
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War Scare Down,
But Tension High
t ontinutu Hum Page 1-A
also save assurances that it plan-
ned no pre-emptive strike.
THE CABINET confirmed
Sunday that there was a relaxa-
tion of tension" but that "there
is a continued need for alertness
and vigilance to watch Syrian in-
tentions."
The statement was issued after
a three-hour meeting at which
the ministers were briefed on th?
situation hy Defense Minister
Shimon P< res and Chief of Statf
Gen Mordechai Gur.
Foreign Minister Yigal Allon
simimed up political develop-
i:.t nts "I the last two days. Peres
and Gen. Rafael Vardi, coordinat-
or of activities in the administer-
ed t- rritork rep 1 i >>n the
unrest on the Wesl Bank
was attributed to Yasir Arafat's
i S appearance.
thi: SUDDEN
the weekend developed out of
the i ice or several de-
velopments p tinting I i
outbreak of h tt'it'es i
tor was the mounting belliger-
ence f Statements emanating
fl in A:,ill capitals in support of
the rigid, maximalist stand taken
bj Arafat in his address to the
UN General \ssemhly.
Another was the staging of
large-scale military exercises by
the Syrian army on the northern
front, reminding Israelis that it
was iust such exercises that im-
mediately preceded the Yom
Kippur War.
At the same time, Israeli in-
I lligence icports indicated that
at Uas! 2; Soviet merchant shl
were unloading large cargoes of
war eejuipnaCnt at the Syrian port
of Latakia.
The Syrians, for their part,
continu.'d to hint that they might
oppose renewal of the mandate
of the United Nations Disengage
ment Observation Fore- (UN-
I Hi which expires Nov. 30.
Pcrea d( u lb d the Israeli
'' i efully thought oat
and appi | i icautionary
in London from Jewish sources
m the USSR, Col, Ifefim Davido-
vitch o linsk, a Red Army
hero, has i een requested t" ap-
I. fa e the army registra-
tion board and told that he will
i,. sii ipp d ol h s rank and de-
i i jved "i his pension unli ss he
(fives up his demand for an exit
visa to Israel.
Dnvidovitch, who is recovering
i a heart attack brought on,
according to his friends, bj an-
xiety over his exit visa, '"Id the
authorities that he would not be
intimidated.
IN ANOTHEB development.
Jewish sources reported that
Vladimir Kisling of Kiev was
brutally beaten recently by "un-
known persons" and then sen-
tenced to 15 days imprisonment
for "hooliganism" because he
tried to defend himself.
A group of Kiev Jews who
complained to the local KGB
Chief that they are being harass-
ed h. his own men were warned
that they would "meet with the
la'e of Kislin
Another Jew ish acth ist, Leo-
nid T-.;. in. wa> also beaten by
and complained about
the in i nt to pi e
Whi to the :
statioi lays ago to ask
l tin is of the li
chii
THESE \\ I RK amot so i
reporte
to Sen. Jan es B icklc
'. v. cith Sov let ,li u s I
in Mos w al the start ol his
we !: loni vis t to the USSR,
a leadin |
ation for Soviet
Jews and a ei itic ol I '.S.-Sov iet
detente m< t w ith Jew s i itside
i e Moscow synagogue alter the
Sabbath service.
He told tliem that he was
trying to ascertain what sate-
guards surrounded the Kissinger-
Jackson agreement under which
emigration would lie eased in re-
turn for U.S. trade concessions.
THE SENATOR, who went
directly from the Moscow Air-
port to meet with the Jews,
said he found a great deal of an-
xiety among those he spoke to
re carding the r.s. agreement on
emigration.
The Moscow .lews urged Buck-
ley to make certain that the
accord m -t be implemented in
deeds, nol just words, and also
sled some form of
gressional monitoring of the
agreement to make certain it
w .s being carried out,
I i kley, w ho is visltin the
USSR for the first time, said
"if di tente is going to woi k
st i e a quid for
|UO."
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Home heating fuel, 1.25 IL pei liter from 70 agorot
a series of 29 items that must not '* imported for the next
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Consensus is U.S. Moving Toward Recognition of PLO
By JOSEPH POl.AKO! I
WASHINGTON(JTA)- In unanimously rai;-
the Palestine Liberation Organization to re-
spectability, the Arab summit conference in Rabat
double-crossed Secretary of State Henry A. K.s
singer and challenged the United States to but-
render both its national morality and strategic in-
i -t in the- Middle Bast for an easier oil policy.
l'!u penalty of American appeasement of ava-
ls demonstrated, specialists here note, in the
>t Arab blackmail proposal: either the U. S.
abandons Israel end obtains petroleum at reduced
prices as a reward, or, if it continues supf..)rt to
1 rael, warfare and a total oil embargo will follow.
II VRIM.Y \NYOSn questioned seriously doubts
thai the United Nations, after hearing the speechc-"
.in the "Palestine Question" this week, will put iis
f(yrral seal of approval on the Rabat decision.
Status as a national cntiU. however, may be
delayed. The PLO itself does not expect it for a
Miller Raps
Scali Words
About Mehdi
' y, irk IJTAI R ib-
lille airman ol the
ol Presidi nts ol >Ia-
e ii in Jew ish rgai
. the U.S. Am a
i ;e United Natioi -.
.t An ei i' an J<
indlj -Mvi rbed" b< the
iev. which & ali granted t"
i. agandisl Mi ih immed
[iller aid that I y con-
if> to meel with Mehdi.
. had "lent the prestl
rflce and thus k Itin ized,
torio is a|>ologi8t foi Ai ab
>r "
ItABBI mii.i.kk noted that
: did not ace everyone who
ii an appointment with
inn
When Melr Kahane sought
an interview with you," Rabbi
Miller '"id Scali, "you sent a
aide t>> meet him in the
ot the IS. Mission for a
: -,.i...M.s.iti.)n in which your
member did not even -it
a n,
I when .hi appointment is
sic i by Mohammed Mehdi,
itizen of Iraq who wrote a
. lefending Sirhun Sirhan,
i sassin ol Robert F. Ken-
tlie nt A.....lean
enl itive to the United Na-
i inuell welcomes Mehdi
iiia office foi an exchange
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tives.
dismal record is that what the Arabs 'vant,
the t'\ gives. That it appears here, is th- natural
How from the Rab t decision that "as encouraged
byj the UN's IOS' vote to allow the PLO to ad-
dn -s the General \ssembly.
Moscow*! might. European cu idity, Arab ter-
ror, propaganda and petroleum dollars have done
their work at Rabat and at the UN.
lHI' RABAT decision would nave never been
made. Western observers here firmly feel, without
Moscow's signal of continuing complete military
support to the Arab states regardless of U. s.
support '.') Israel: encouragement, and perhaps In-
spiration, from Paris (that other Europeans felt
ere economically advantageous to them, too); and
the incredible American weakness, much of it due
to Washington's triple-spcak policy to advance So-
viet-American d"tent<> even though in thr> Middle
Fast, at least, it is moving mainlj on Moscow's
terms -continuing appeasement of Arab demands
fur technical, financial and military aid while pros
suring Israel while giving relutanl or no diplomatic
support to Israel at crucial junctures
WHEN AND how Washington will deal with
the PLO remains speculative. The Administration,
while Kissinger was away, made no direct public
commitment either waysaying its policy had not
changed but not savin ''no" to the PLO either.
Many indications have conic from the highest
U. S. levels that Washington is inching delicately
toward the PLO, much like former President Nixon
and Kissinger did before ultimately embracing the
Vietcong in negotiating the Vietnam "peace."
The White House and State Department claims
of "no change" in American policy have not per
suaded anyone that President Ford perhaps spoke
prematurely but not inaccurately when he said th
l'. S will deal with either "Jordan or the PLA "
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Massive Dam Going Up on
Kibbutz Merom Golan
rpHE SYRIAN flag flutters from a battered Mosque
minaret in Kuneitra. hardly two miles away. The
stark hill* of Tel Bental" and "Tel Avital'so tena-
ciously fought over by both Syrians and Israelis in last
spring's disengagement talks, and for such obviously
valid strategic reasonscast their shadow on the val-
ley below where the great yellow bulldozers and earth
movers, like clumsy, powerful monsters, heap up the
grey stones and brown earth onto the sides of a huge
dam that stretches away into the distance.
Before the rains begin, probably next month, the
Jewish National Fund hopes to have finished the 1.500-
meter long, nine-meter high dam, and when the torrents
gush down from the looming hills above, and the now-
dry wadi of "Nahal Kuneitra" flows swiftly again, their
waters will not go to waste, but will be trapped by
the dam in a massive reservoir
SOME 3.2 million cubic meters of water will be
gathered in this way. it is hoped, by the time the last
snows have melted from the Mt. Hcrmon peaks stretch-
mi: away to the north These waters will al b? chan-
nel, (i t. the nearby fruit orchards of K.bbutz Merom
JLjavid JLrCmdaH
Hagolan, and its neighboring kibbutzim Ein Zivan and
Al Rom.
The Golan is famed throughout the area for its big
red juicy apples, and the three kibbutzim devote much
of their arable land to their apple orchards. Until now,
the main problem has been water for irrigation.
Though close to a meter of rainfall is recorded in
the Kuneitra region annually, the waters used to flow
away to waste and bv the summer the orchards lan-
guished dry. The JNF dam will, it is ho|>ed, enab'e
the kibbutzim to increase and intensify their fruit-
growing.
NEAR "TEL Avital." JNF bulldozers have now
finished clearing a 60-dunam area upon which the first
indu trial center" of north Golan will be established.
The project X*11* Initially for a fruit-processing and
Golan Courtesy JNF
fruit-packing plan, in whose building and operating the
three kibbutzim will cooperate Jointly.
The reservoir in the north is one of three now
nearing completion. In Butmiya in the center of the
Golan Heights, and at Hltal in the south, two more
waterworks have been built, at a cost of nrdllions to
help Irrigate the orchards of Ramat Magshunim and
the other kibbutzim and moshavim in the south of the
The Butmiya project is the smallest. Its purpose
is to conserve the waters of natural springs in the re-
turn and it will provide an estimated one-quarter mil-
lion 'cubic meters of water for the Ramat Magshunim
apple orchard.
THE MOST Impressive project is at Hital where
a flock Of ducks and geese are already to be seen mak-
ing their stately progress through the still shallow
waters of a huge man-made lake shored up by massive
dike-.
The township would house professional soldiers and
civilian experts attached to army units in the region,
as well as workers and technician! employed in the
science-based industries which, it is hoped, will be
developed in the area.
.,
American Jews' Mediocrity
rI,ili: COUNCIL ol Jewish Federations and
Is, which is constants holding
its the pulsi ii al
see! oi ary Jew-
.: trj facing a number of
ill determine
the 21st nt
.ii by the
imunity Planning
,t ,,i a of Jew-
.vorkers. ent and gi
ii Jewish community,
he essi I, is not a di
I : iei in a eady existing and trou-
fact of life.
k.MONG THE critical issues lie enumerated
are: the il Jewish communal identifies-
1 i ttrition through assimilation; mediocrity
in Jewish knowledge Into which American Jew-
ry .- i fact that Jewish education
ur children terminal at
the age i icity of tl
illy bj
irths amon Jews which
th.
the di cline in lynagogue affil at on,
with onl; 50 percenl
tered as members, and even this
with each youngei cate-
gory; the diminution in n ber and percei
of Jews bett and 65 years of agean
element on whom the Jewish community de-
pends mainly for major gifts for it.- activities.
OTHER TBOUBUNG developments include
the leap-frogging of Jewish families in unpre-
JLjavid t^enwarrx
dictab!e patterns, forming raw communities
i have little or no year-round contact with
each other and thus eroding the sense i I com-
munity.
There Is also the heightened mobility among
graduates I ta-
from their home communities
find positions commensurate to their
ievements. Thej are no longer a
part "i the extended family which has been so
intimately a part of Jewish identity.
Fifty percent of our younger married heads
of h< have parents who. themselves, are
second and third generation American Jews. The
ahtetl the 11 the i reation of the .^tate
of Israel are not part of their life experiences.
Their link to Judaism is based merely on in-
dividual sentiments and not on collective im-
e. They are totally Ignorant ol the ri
of tiie Jew h ; .;--t.
THE COUNCIL of Jewish Federations ami
itands ready to face up to the
implications of the emerging sociological .shape
acteristica of the new American Jew.
But ii becomes more and more obvious that the
intellectual contents of the life of the An i
Jew to serve as link between him and the Jew-
astneeds much strengthening.
American Jewry has no eminent Jewish
scholars. Unlike in the exile in Babylon, where
it Jewish minds produced the Talmudthe
impact of which is felt to this dayno Jewish
scholars of that caliber emerged among the
6,000,000 Jews in this country.
Inflation and Anti-Semitism
1TAKI) TIMES are harder on Jews. Carlyle
called economics the "dismal science." Cer-
tainly it is a more con). i nee. Doctors
on the c;.: tuberculosis, polio or
rheumatism, but when it comes to the economic
ills, there is no such unanimity and the public
is more confused.
The result, veiy often, is that the situation
breeds the appearance of some demagogue and
his solution is, blame the Jews. Anti-Semitism
UtS forth with special force at times of eco-
nomic crisis.
During the last great depression of the
thirties, the story WSW told of the fellow who
blamed the Jews for everything: the crash of
banks, the unempli ent, poor wages and w
A Jew in tne audience cried out, "Yea, and
ler."
"WHV DISEASES of the gall bladder0" ask-
ed the antl-S : eaker.
'Why the other things you mention?" asked
the Jew.
Does the present world inflation, inviting
the possible rise again of fascism, present a
danger of the recurrence of the old virulent
anti-Semitism?
The situation today is different in one re-
spect to the thirties and it may be a saving
factorthe existence of the State of Israel.
Israel already existed in the thirties, but in
embryo. It was no state. It had no army. The
Jewish population was under 400,000.
TIIF. PKKSKXT writer recalls visiting Pales-
tine then. Walking about with Jack Simon, then
United Press corresfxmdent in Jerusalem, we
ad the British military barracks.
"That." sail the UP correspondent, "is our
tection. Without the British troops, Jews
could not remain here."
of the kibbutzim had their guards, but
there was no Jewish army.
s3
mour
Li
tfCl'iT/J
lit II
Engrossing Study ^
Of Saul Bellow's Lse
Of Humor in His Novels
Vk'iinv I [ icki I up Sat
low's I- in. (Jniversit) oi
Illinois Pre- ~H 95, 24H pp.>, 1 eX] find a dry. scholarly
pi bin and on of the works of the well known author.
Sarah Blacher Cohen is an assistant professor ol English
at the state University of .New York al Albany. She was the
recipient of grants for her r.....arch. The book \ras' subsidized
by the Andrew Mellon Kound.it,
THE END her efforts is an engrossing explora-
tion of Bellow's use Of comedy and comedy relief. Blachei
Cohen's thesis is that "no matter what particular form Bel-
low's corned) takes, ins underlying vision is there to opp ise
pe&simistii lutlook."
Bellow seldom regards life as a cruel jest. The comedy of
ideas is Bellow's forte.
The book serves as an ex i lenl introduction to an
preciation of Bellow fiction. [uired in)
his characters are, hew they think, and whal he
'' di d. Th umi rous i \< erpts from it. |
s tories, t
"The Collected Poems of A. M. Klein," compiled and
an introduction by Miriam W ton 'New York, McGn
ll!l Ltd paperbai k 373 pp I, is a ir. i ite I
an outs >h poet.
ABRAHAM NOSES Klein was born in Montreal in i9 and died in is*tl' lie was a lawyer b) vocation and a poet par
excellence bj avocation.
His poetry ran the gamut of topics from the radicalism of
the 1930s to works addressed chief, v to Jews. Two of his four
volumes of printed works are "Hath Not a Jew" and Toe:
They are suffused with religious overtones,
In the present collection. 'The Hitleriad." is epic. Klein's
poems are. in the main, brief and th. y arc impelling. Some
are humorous.
"THE RUNNING Stag." by Meir Persoff (Robson Lowe
Limited of London and distributed in the U.S.A. by H.J.M R
North Miami, S8. 116 pp.). is the first book of its kind to
describe in some detail the story of the Holv Land through
the stamps and postal history of Israel.
The book is profusely illustrated with reproductions of the
stamps which are beautiful.
It is understandable why they have brought acclaim to
Israel in the world of philately.
THE YIDDISHER Kultur Farband (New York. YKUF)
has published a translation from the Yiddish by Henry Good-
man of the stories of Chavcr Paver (Gershon Einbinder) with-
out stating the price. Most of the stories are a part of the
history of Yiddish writings in America during the 1920s.
Several could have been omitted since they do not enhance
Paver's reputation and they detract from the merit of the
others.
Bernard Malamud's -Rembrandt's Hat" (Pocket Books,
W.S0, 190 pp.) is all melamud." The book is a compact
collect.on of his stories which are well-told and filled with
fantasy, wisdom and. at times, sardonic humor
Friday, November 22, 1974
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Friday, November 22, 1974
"Jen/sti fh>rldHar
Pag* 11-A
Police Patrol
In Wake Of
Arab Riots
On W. Bank
I... Yil/li \iv SHARGIL
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itlng I
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since th
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Israeli auth h 11 l
! eftain Yaair Aral ii i
ii ii speech to the
ted Nations General A
eek which Wc-i Bunk
e apparent!} \ lewed as a
light for anti-Israel demonstra-
In Jenin, hich school students
ai students from the upper
t of el< mentary schools
I i pro-Arafat rally yeater-
,1 which rapidly dee, mei ite I
b stone-throwing melee
- Israeli security forces.
SEVERAL ISRAELIS were in-
jured A 16-year-old Aral) girl
who was injured died later in n
hospital. Local Arabs claimed
she was hit by an Israeli army
car.
physicians who tre .! her
in Heated, however, thai e -
tained a fatal head wound fl m
a pock thrown by one of the
demons tra ton.
A new demonstration de<
l! lurin--' the girl's funeral
day but it was promptly p
and a curfew was Impost i
the township.
In Hebron, an Israeli
. the Military C nor'S
flour and six oth r
era were slightly inj
US hurled at them b
de;il -
Twenty-three student, were
arrested on suspicion of having
mbte i the demonstral
ISRAF.I.I SK< I'KITV f
ware i -o atoned In Nabl if I
Halhu! where demonstral i -
v...:.. Uapersed by club-w i
police.
Some anti-Israel slogans and
Palesttri ian flags appeared Sun-
day in Fast Jerusalem They were
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Friday, November 22, 1974
LEI MlNOll
Arafat is New Castro of the Middle East
Continued from Page 4-A
our memory or pricks our guilts.
Things have to be put back
into their proper perspective.
Jews must be made to reassunie
Their historic position ;is the out -
eider, the reviled wanderer.
IF AXV of this sounds evis-
cerated, excessively emotional,
unreal jiust think of Gen. George
S. Brown, chairman of OUT Joint
Chiefs Of Stall. The military
mind cuts easily through the
trivia of human sentiment.
Gen. Brown put it squarely in
an address before a Duke Uni-
versity K'"oup, where he defined
our problems today as stemming
from the fact that American
Jews are too powerful.
American Jews control the
press iHearst, Cox. Knight,
Seripps-Hovvard Jews all).
American Jew> control the
banks (Morgan, Rockefeller
Jews alii.
Americans, Gen. Brown said,
won't stand for it anyone. They
must "get tough-minded enough
to set down the Jewish influence
in this country."
AXD HKRK is Arafat willing
to do it. In one single move,
we can solve all our problems:
Jewish control of America and
the scarcity of oil (which sure-
ly must be Jewish-controlled in
the end, too?)
In one single move, we can
sonthe the guilt-ridden liberals
and line the pocket! of the oil-
ionaires in cahoots with the pe-
i ro|K>tentates.
But consider the horror of the
solution: The Castro analogy
should l>e Obviousthe fatigues,
the unkempt beard, the military
cap which, only recently, Arafat
ndoned for the more roman-
tic, the more regional katliyeh.
Whan we will have installed
Arafat onto the throne he de-
mands, with his olive branch in
one hand and his freedom-fight-
er's pistol in the other, suddenly
Moscow will leap forward, win-
ner of the game.
THAT WAS the meaning of
the wild applause for Arafat at
the "United Nations" the
Black Africans, the Arabs, the
Communists shaking their finger
of revenge in the fate of the
'colonialist, imperialist, oppres-
sive capitalist" west. For all
their growing power, the Third
World is still fearful of us and
uses Israel as the temporary
so uses Israel as the temporary
sacrificial lamb for us
Castro had his sacrificial lamb,
too. the followers of Batista and
Prio, and although it would be
odious to put Israel into the
same category as the followers
of Batista and Prio. the parallel
is otherwise letter-perfect.
I'NDF.K THE disguise of a
democratic revolution against
colonialism (fascism1. which
America's liberals anil much of
the press dearly love, Arafat
Castro comes out of the desert
sands (down from the moun-
tain! to destroy evil with 'he
forces of liberation.
The queation is: Who and
what are thi so forces of libera-
tion?
The victory of Arafat and his
PLO over George Habash and
Habash'i Palestine Liberation
front represt nted a triumph of
Muscovite "moderation." mean-
ing an ultimate If grudging Arab
commitment to deal with an am-
putated Israel, over Habash's far
more radical Maoism, meaning
an unqualified Arab reduction of
Israel to non-existence
The struggle was between the
Soviets and the Red Chinese to
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Continued from Ps*e 1-A
itic, which is a subjective judg-
ment. Objectively, every item in
his answer at the Duke forum
may be found in the historic pat-
tern of the anti-Semitic tradi-
tion.
The charge that Jewish money
is channeled into banking and
communications, and therefore
presumably commands the stra-
tegic passes to finance and to
opinion, that the 'Israel lobby"
counts arrogantly on the support
of Israel by Congress, that a
foreign government is interfer-
ing in American domestic af-
fairs, that the energy crisis is
somehow of Jewish making and
when it becomes severe again
the American people will know
who is to blame and will crack
down: Every part of this Indict-
ment is familiar.
it has cropped up shabbily,
wearily, in the anti-Semitic
campaigns of modern history.
You can read it in the publica-
tions of far-out anti-Jewish
groups. However stricken Gen.
Blown may feel, and whatever
his apologies, the parallel with
the classic pattern of anti-Semi-
tism is stubbornly there.
On the question of what to
do about Brown, the decision
must lie with Secretary of De-
fense James Schlesinger and
President Ford. It isn't a matter
of whether he can stay in his
Air Force i>ost.
BIT TIIKKK is a question of
whether his important role as
chairman of the Joint Chiefs of
Staff has not been irretrievably
damaged by the cloud cast on
his judgment.
It would be curious if the top
military man charged with car-
rying out American policy in the
Middle Fast were known to have
such tortured doubts about it.
It is part of the American in-
terest that Israel should not be
lost as a center of democratic
thought and action, which can
in time affect even the Arab so-
cieties. It is part of the Amer-
ican interest to have a leverage
against the Soviet ambitions in
the entire area and to play a
mediating role in the Middle
Fast lietween Israel and the
Aja'i states.
ONE MUST add an element
of moral consensus to these as-
pects of national interest.
Given the war the I'nited
States fought against the Nazi
mentality, it could not sit by
while those who fled Hitler's
cruelties are pushed into the sea
by the new Arab oil billions and
by Soviet weapons.
COHEN: When Crunch Comes,
Confusion Should Help Us
Continued from Page 4-A
their more liberal stand on po-
litical issues as well as halacha.
OVER OX Miami Beach Rabbi
PhineiLs Weberman sees the
death of the Reform and Con-
servative movements for "both
ideological and biological reas-
ons," while he joins with Cath-
olic groups on issues opposed by
most .tews and is the recent
prouil father of his 14th child to
drive home the second point.
With economic depression
come the Father Coughlins. the
Hitlers, the Mussolinis. the Sta-
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IF \VF. i thing
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atmospht i
The intelle tual i
tives an thodox
leadci j are to l ike
off their I lit i at a tui ning
point in hi hen sui\\ a]
appears I o i isl an
abstract del at
Actor Aharon Meskin, 77
TEL AVIV kin.
77. a star of the I i Ian
guage theatri, died lasl
week, a victim ol
The Russian-born
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of the Habimah, a Jew h
group that formed
brew theatre in Mosi m al the
end of World War I
establish the first activist Marx-
ist bastion of control in the
Middle Fast.
NOW THAT Arafat has won.
his moderation Menu to have
gone b> the boards. Moscow can
no longer truly claim to control
him, while Arafat's demands
calling for a "new secular, dem-
ocratic 1'ale-line.'' that is to say
B Palestine built on the ashes
of an Israel not amputated, but
dismembered and entombed.
gives Peking hope that her own
cause is not yet lost.
This leaves both the Soviets
and the Chinese still clawing for
power in the Middle Fast at the
same time that Arafat, presum-
ably without ties to either, ap-
peals to the "United Nations"
for political recognition of his
inde|>endent status as spokes-
man for the Palestinians.
ONCE WE confer it on him
and there Ls every likelihood
that we will, the disguise will
drop away, and the fullblown
Marxist will make himself
known.
To carry the parallel between
Arafat and Cairo to its* logical
conclusion, it Ls fairly predict-
able that, as .n the case of Cas-
tro, there will be a Moscow-Pe-
king 'sharing" of Arafat, too.
Moscow will pi'k up the bills
while hoping to tame him and
to demonstrate, particularly to
the US. at this time, the Mus-
covite sense of responsibility"
in the exercise of power; hut
Arafat's ideology (like the ideol-
ogy of his erstwhile opponent.
Habash will lie a silhouette of
Peking's, more threatening, less
compromising.
NOTE: This column was writ-
ten hours after Arafat's appear-
ance a1 the "United Nations."
but before his sudden trip to
Havana the next day. If nothing
else, that trip should tell those
who do not yet see the hand-
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
" OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-421
fN RE: Estate pf
si L.VIO I.A/.ZAKIN.
' NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO MAKE APPLICATION
FOR DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
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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. 74-31333
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Th.- MarriaJM of
RFDOLPH HUGO LOPEZ
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CIVIL ACT:, \ NO. 74-31944
GENERA sDICTION
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONbTRUCTlVE SERVICE
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IN THE C1HCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOHDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-31332
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE: The M
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Husband
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TO: LINDA M, ENNEN
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that an action for Dissolution "I Mar-
1 lace hai i" en filed asalnst you ai 'I
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your written defenses, If any, to ii on
STANLEY H. GOODMAN, attornej
:..i Petitioner whoae address Is iiiifii
N W. 62nd Street, Miami, Florida
3.1147. ami file the oriainal with the
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in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and thi
of sanl court at Miayii. Florida on
this 31-th day of October, 1974,
KH-llAltD P. BltlXKEK
A 'lerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
B] B. J. FOY
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
STANLEY I-: ui'i-DMAN
2bs N.W. Mnd Street
Miami FK11
Attorney for Petitioner
11/8-16-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Case No 74-31783
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CIRCUIT COURT, ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DADE
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GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION. NO. 74-31511
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two Dgtoiunc VfEWS THAT bite themselves from behind
o Change in U.S. Policy, Israel Assured...
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM fJTAl Secretary of Stale Henry A. Kininger
k ,i i raeli leaden repeatedly during his brief stay here that
L ,. been no change In the U. S. policy toward the Palestine
on Organization.
I also com yed indications which expires Nov. 30 and that
i will not oppose re- I'nited Nations Disengagement
the mandate of the I on Force lUNDQF)
Egypt is amenable to a second
stage of talks with Israel on a
partial Sinai settlement.
KISSINGER, back in Washing-
ton has already briefed President
Kurd on his latest diplomatic
tour of the Middle East.
Israeli l< aders had been most
apprehensive over recent re-
mai a bj President Ford and
.. But We've No 'in Case' Plan
\\ kSHINGTON (JTAl
. ,, nference hen I ist
- i arj State
A. 1
inj contin
S. to en1 : a i
mi he indi-

le power lnt.rv.n-
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The U.S, attitude will be what
i! M a- ill pi e\ lOUS Wl I tO BVOid
lid and bring it to as rapid
t possible it there is
e Secretary said.
lit: A.DDED, however, that
"II the cli ar L*.S. Intention
Slum-Dwellers in Riot
Before Histadrut Quarters
AVIV I JTA) Sev-
Tel A\:\ slum
. rioted against
i re and nt out
len nsti ated outsi le
i i ,i ben i"
i king for
eel spi i
- Port workers in
. c ; an emerger
v .: reses in I e
e i vei nment's e
t neasures
ek and thio.it-
i tbej
e shed retaton en -nts
;. itikva quarter, a :
,.,d in aoutheastern
Tel A' iv, where n
tl eii w Into shops and super-
n ai kets shouting "We want su-
gar," .i..... ty 1 triple I
p as i result ol the
n of the Po inrt. The i
ttacki
vehii es,
Aci ordii I th the
unrest began with
ins: by youths who ol
ed I- thi cancellation of a foot-
ball ame n which a
m was to h.i 11
e stem new economic
nire ei e anno meed i ul
morning, wholesale rioting be-
Po ii e blocked off the area
an l dl' erted traffic.
unless there are outside inter-
ventions t< confine its role to
i
The | s conferero e was call-
ed as i briefing on Ford's i-
- r to the Far East, which
was late Nov. 25 in a
with Sovlel
i nisi Pa ty Secretary
Leonid I.
tok where the I is expect-
ed to receive high priority con-
itlon.
But the questions focussi 1
the deteriorating Mid-
dle East situation.
REFERRING to another Mid-
dle East matter, Kissinger told a
press conference Fridaj thai the
U.S. would not "give advice" to
. on w nether it should en-
I ne ith the PL<
He 11- t'S UN S|
:.. noi lii 'a i at tii ularly
mod< rate ; tion."
lie sal; thai as th** U.S. re
it. \ .it.it calls for a state
which did noi inciu le 1st ae We
do noi consider this
larly moderate position."
Asked it the VS. consi ler d
it "inevitable" foi Israel to d al
with the PL< > Kissinger said the
. Administration view has
nge I.
White House spokesmen intimat-
ing that the I S. may be veer-
ing toward some degree of rec-
ognition of the PLO which the
Arab States designated at the
Rabat summit to be the sole
It 'itun.ite representative of th
Palestinian pejple.
Information Minister Vharon
old newsmen that "Dr.
Ki singer was very clear In hh
position that he d ipi the
Israeli principle that the Israel!
: nmrnt will not negotiate
with the PLO."
ASKED IF the U S. "at n
hind" the Israeli position, Variv
replied, "He definitely did
this) as Secretary of Si
Informed sot roes here dis-
closed that Kissin i
bi neftt t'> Israel from
of the Rabat conference in
designation of th (PLO I
fectively removed pi >s ll
alem to ne. \\
Bank settlement it this tim
Kissinger pointed out that this
relieved Isra 1 of major head-
aches on b >th the intei nal and
exti rnal fronts: thai a firm stand
ti\ lsri I >' r a long |
will result in a softening '
PLO's d igmas and podt ni
and tl- H King Hussein of Jordan
may, in the interval, reassert his
role as a negotiating partner on
ds that placing the PLO in
that role only worsened the Im-
passe.
ISRAELI observers were ap-
parentl.v encouraged bj the news
from Dan that President
Assad probal ': would not
try to block renewal of the UN-
DCF mandate. Kissinger told Is-
rae'i li >n th il he had found
a "I '- bellico atmosphi
Damascus.
But Assad had str
W'OUil t -e| a-
r ks must in-
c'ude the li.1 er report-
edlj
Kis-ineer n Is-
>rs th it he I
n I ad'
A
He f aid I Israel and
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partial V
lord an last
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dfe wi]h Flor idiaxi
jmi, Florida Friday, November 22, 1974
Section B
Presidents9 Ball Committee
Working Out Event's Details
The President's' Ball Commit-
tee of Mount Sinai Medical Cen-
ter, chaired by Jules L. Arkin
who is assisted by his wile, San-
ax \rkin. met for the first time
Nov. 6 to firm up details for the
upcoming celebration
The Ball held during the hos
pital'l Silver Anniversary will be
honoring the six past and cur
rent presidentsMax Orovitz. J
(ierald I*wis, Leonard L.
Abets, Samuel Friedland, the
Inte Baron de Hirsch Meyer and
the current president. Edward
Shapiro.
This 25-year celebration will
be held Saturday evening, Dec.
21 at the Fontainobleau Hotel
with music provided by Ted Mar
tin and His Orchestra. Decora- ads showing community sup-
ports for the event are being port.
Jules L. Arkin and Bing Ko-
soff. chairman of the Silver
Anniversary Journal, check
handled by David Harrison.
"This committee is staffed by
representatives of the Board ot
Trustees, Founders. Medical
Staff. Auxiliary, Sustaining
Board. Young Presidents Club.
Women's Cancer I-cague of Mi-
ami Beach, and other members
at large." said Arkin. "The func-
tion of this group is to work to-
gether in making this gala eve-
ning an outstanding success."
This evening will salute the
Medical Center in appreciation
of its high quality of service to
the community and in apprecia-
tion of the presidents who gave
support during these 25 years.
"You have to have lived with
these men to fully appreciate the
Continued on Page 2-B
Mort Freeman To Star In 0RT Honors
JMF-Governors Ball Dec. 15
Dermer, president of the
sh National Fund of Great-
i Miami and Dr. Irving Lehr-
Foundation chairman, have
inced that all arrangements
nten concluded for the
i si star to appear at the JNF-
i ; ,-ei nor's Ball Sun lay, I v
.10 i>.m. in the Fontaine-
Hi tel. They have secured
Mort Freeman, singer lor all
ins."
Mort Fieeman's rich baritone
has won him fame by au-
. i throughout the world.
His witty humor and storytell-
as made him known as a
ete one-man show. The
singer has toured in concert
igho it the Unite i States,
. stern Europe, Canada and Is-
and has won acclaim of
ritics wherever he appeared.
- internationally famous
, icalist has performed frequent-
ly on ra.iio and television. He
- appeared in such television
ICtkmS as "The Eternal
;" and the "Steve Allen
X."
Most of Mr. Freeman's record-
ings can he purchased in leading
stores throughout the
.' intry, He has also portrayed
-t unique Tevye in his spe-
cial rendition of "Fiddler On
The Roof." This highly acclaim-
rsonallty has brought many
I entertainment to
inds of people with his
singing, ranging from folk to
classic.
Freeman will be accompanied
by Shmuel Fershko. prominent
Israel comooser and pianist, pro-
ducer of the famous, traditional,
annual JNF "The Israelis Are
coming" series concert in the
Miami Beach Auditorium.
The. Dinner Committee for the
forthcoming Governor's Ball in-
cludes Rabbi Mayer Abramowit/.
. Aronson, Simon Berstein.
Prof. Andre S. Bialolenki. Lester
man. Cantor Saul Breeh.
Buda, Isaac Dannonberg,
Mrs. Beulah Davis. Hon. Jay
Dermer. Mrs. Lillian Dubowy,
Harry Feldman. Shmuel Fersh-
ko, Jack A. Filosof. Ezra Fine-
gold, Mayshe Friedberg, Charles
Fuhrman. Abraham Grossman.
Abraham Grunhut. Max Hecht,
Meyer Helfenstein. Mr. and Mrs.
Peter F. Heller, Joseph Hill,
Isaac Jacobowitz. Herman Kass,
Bernard Katz, Judge Zev W.
Kogan. George N. Kotin and
Samuel Kusnetz.
Also Rabbi David Lehrfield,
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Moe Le-
vin. Frieda Lifchudz, Mrs. Louis
Lustig, Herman Medow, Mr. and
Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, Mrs. Flor-
Minov, Samuel Mirenberg,
Sam Pascoe, Mrs Miriam Press,
Morn-; Putter Morris Reiffen,
e Rifkin, Celia Rosenblatt,
Morris Rossein, Abe Savelle.
Mrs. Toby Schachter, Mrs. Rich-
ard S Loon Schuster,
Igor Schultx, Mrs. Malka
air, Meyer Siegel, Mr. and
Mrs. J, Z. St., : an, Simon Te-
tenbaum, Abraham Tiktin, Frei-
da T< : Mrs. Ida Weasel.
Henry Howard To Speak
At Forte Forum Tuesday
Henry Howard will .-peak on
The Life of the Late Great So!
Hurok" at the Forte Forum
Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the Forte
Auditorium. 1200 West Ave., Mi-
ami Beach.
Mr. Howard, a distinguished
character actor, eradiate,; from
the American Academy ol Dra-
matic Arts: and was with the
Theatre Guild for eight seasons.
He is a member of the Joint
Activities Board of the B'nai
B'rith.
Cile Sauvigne
And WTVJ-TV
Mrs. Cile Sauvigne. WTVJ
pubiic service director, was to
receive an award at the South-
eastern Florida Region, Women's
American CRT. "Early Honor
Roll Luncheon.*' Thursday in the
Fi tain ibleau Hotel.
The award is in recognition of
th> .station's outstanding assist
......nbership drives and
fund raising efforts by providing
their expertise and video taping
time to produce the pubp- serv-
ice TV commercials which are
> m -1 m Southern Florida. Mrs.
Sauvigne has been the executive
producer of all the commercials.
Women's American ORT is a
mass membership organization.
The effectiveness of these TV
spots is credited with earning
Southeastern Florida Region
(Dade County) the distinction of
the largest membership
in the entire nation.
The presenl ttion of this award
at the Honor Roll Luncheon will
give Mrs Sauvigne the oppor-
! nity of seeing fashions design-
ed by ORT students from France
ar.d Israel.
I. L. Kenen To Be Keynoter
At Dec. 5 Mid-East Seminar
I L. "Si" Kenen. well-known
advocate on behalf of Israel and
Zionist causes, will be the key-
note speaker at a special Mid-
East Seminar for leaders of Mi-
ami's Jewish community Thurs-
day Dec 5. at 7:00 p.m.. in Tern
pie Israel. 137 N'E 19th St.
This seminar is sponsored by
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed
eration's Community Relations
Committee, under the chairman-
ship of CBC vice chairman Mrs.
Aaron Farr.
Mr Kenen. chairman of the
American Israel Public Affairs
Committee and editor of the
"Near Bast Report." will discuss
Washington: The Critical
Front." followed by group dis-
cussions and workshops on issues
vital to Israel and Judaism.
Each workshop will be led by
a trained workshop facilitator
and anchored by an experienced
resource person. After discus-
sion, each workshop will return
to the plenum to take up spe-
cific recommendations.
I. L. KENEN
The purpose of the Mid East
Seminar is to develop a frame-
work for ongoing and unified
support for Israel by Miami's
Jewish community.
Jules L. Arkin, chairman of the President's Ball Committee,
and Samuel Gertnsr, executive vice president ol the Medi-
cal Center, discuss plans for honoring the six presidents.
Zuckerman Heads Zimrah Concert;
FAU Students Attend Rehearsals
Joseph P. Zuckerman has been
named to head the sixth annual
concert of the Farband Zimrah
chorus and mandolin orchestra
on Feb. 22. 1975. at the Miami
Beach Auditorium.
Zuckerman said that world-re-
nowned artists are now being
engaged to participate in the
event,
Zuckerman, who is the na-
tional Fnrband representative
here, also revealed that the pro-
gram will feature 80 vocal and
musical talents under the diree- j-"*"
lion of com; r.uel Fersh-
ko.
Recently, the Zimrah Ensem-
ble was \isited by students of
the Center for Comm mitj Edu-
cation at Florida v intic Uni-
versity; the classes observed the
ensemble in rehearsal.
( a: | oacn ti e i ing is
an exemplary one as lenced
JOSIPH P. ZUCKIRMAN
by !>.p perl iur stu-
Kenersky, Charles
Stewai I Mi tt Professor at FAU,
said in a ett< to Z ickerman.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Honored At General Assembly
For the fourth year in a row.
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration was the mOSt-hi I
organization at the General As-
sembly nt the Council of Jew is!-.
Federations and Welfare Funds
for its achievements in .
relations.
The Genera! Assembly last
week in Chicago was attended
by nearly 3.000 leaders of Jew-
ish communities thro ighoul
North America.
A delegation of 51 Miami lead-
ers, headed by Federation presi-
dent Harry R. Smith and nu-
merous officers and I oard mem-
bers, was recognized by the
presentation of top honors in
ten categories cement in
Public Relations.
Among the large cities, the o-
cal Federation was awarded first
for Best Set of Year-Round Ma-
terials." and shared first place
in the "Besl Print Advertising"
category with I'JA of New York.
It's 1973 Annual Retort was
awarded fl e in "Best Di-
li Mail" category (shared
with Pittsburgh. I.
The "We Arc One" display
was hi II d With a first place in
"Other Prim Media," and the
Federation was similarly honor-
ed foi its tssistance in the pro-
duction of WTVJ-TV's "Israel:
\:i, the War Before the
Peace."
Federation's 1974 television
spots featuring "We Are One"
were judged the nation's Best
TV Spots. And the 1974 Federa-
tion film "We Are One," with
J, Cobb, Sam Jaffe and Da-
liah Lavi, was awarded the Best
Campaign Film honors.
-Pest Year-Round TV Pro-
gramming" 'shared with De-
"Thematic Continuity"
and Best S ecial Event" (Fed-
eration's 1974 Leadership Re-
treat, sha Boston, Chi-
cago and I Angeles) rounded
out the U ti honors awarded
to Mil | a total of 18 cate-
gorii s.
Dr. Siitton To Speak At Yeshiva
"How to Develop Your Child's
Intelligence." will be discussed
by Dr. Albert A. Sutton at Yeshi-
va Day School Tuesday at 8:30
p.m.
Dr. Sutton. a Professor of Edu-
cation, is also the .lirector of the
Institute for Learning at Barry'
College. He is a member of the
board of directors of the Gesell
Institute of Child Development
Visual Research Program and is
serving as a consultant to the
Dade County Public School Sys-
tem.
Yeshiva Day School incorpor-
ates a double program in its cur-
riculum. In addition to the secu-
lar subjects, each child age four
and older ?1 lie Hebre: Lan-
euage. Bible. Jew! h History<
Talmud an sn Ethics.
The even .n ; sponsored
by thi Yesima ;'. Par. rs \-soeiation.
Beverlv Wcisman. president, in-
vites everj one to attend. Admis-
sion is free and refreshments will
be served.
Chanukah Boutique Monday
Vered Chapter of Mizrachi
Women will hold a pre-Chanukah
Boutique Monday evening at the
home of Mr and Mrs. Max Roth-
enberg. Refreshments will be
served Mrs. Dov Bidnick. presi-
dent, invites the public.


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MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONOREOA.
7 ON. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHf- EMES. 253 W 19th Av.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowite.
S
ETH AM (Temple). S80 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert M. Baumgard. Ataociate Rabbi
Barry Altman. S
BETH DAVIU. 2S SW Sro" Avt.
Conwrvative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William Lioton *-A
Fridav. fc:15 p.m. Sermon: "New Re-
li*ic u> Kermt-ni in Amerl.-a." Sat-
urday. a.m. Bar Miarvah of Mark,
son of Mr. anil .Mr*. Jullon Welabtrnr.
Thursdav, Nov. 28. at !: a.m.. Bar
Mitzvah of Erie Robert, son of Mr
and Mrs. Jeff Mantis: 10:30 a.m. Bat
Mitzvah of Lesley Beth Soltz dauirhl-
er of Mr. and Mrs. C.errv Solz of
Henlla, Israel.
BETH DAVID SOUTH. 7500 S.W.
120th St. Conservative. Rabbi Sol
Landau. Cantor William Lioton 4-B
Friday. 7:45 p.m., Family Servire with
Rabbi Marvin Hose offlclateliur.
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Enoel. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Eoelld Ave.
Orthodox. Rabb, David Lehrfleld
Cantor Abraham Serf. 87
MENORAH (Ttmpie:. iTC 7Sth St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitr. Cantor Nlco Feldman. 8
Friday. !> p.m.. Sermon: '"Self Hate
and the Anti-Semite."
NER TAMID ITmfH) 79th St. and
Carlyle Ave. Contervattve. Raboi
Ettflene Labovitx. Cantor Edwaro
Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. 7056 Bonlta Dr. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Phlroaa A. Weberman
SO
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern 1 raditioral. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Cantoi Leon Seaal. Rev. Alex
Stahl. Rev. Mendel Gutterman. *
Friday. B:lG pm Gueat ipeaker Is-
rael l.ui.-ky will disiuss "When
December Maniei May!" One* shai>-
bat hosted l.y Mr. am Mrs II '
Kopelowlu In celebration of their
weddiiia anniversary.
SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Raboi Sadi Nahmias. 31
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CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1*42-
44 Wasnirpton Ave. *2
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NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th St. Causeway.
North Bay Village. Conservative.
Cantor Murray Yavneh S2-A
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARO
CONGREGATION. Itil 5th St. Mi-
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor-
decai Chaimovita. 82- B
mourn mm mi biach
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1021
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conservative
Rabbi Milton SchlinsKy. Cantor Ian
Alpern. 33
wwr r. evKUND
BETH TOV (Temple). 643B SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles Ru
bel. Cantor Alexander Cohen. 8
Friday, 1:11 p.m Sermon: "The
("rises "f Success." linear Shahbat
si' vsored by the temple fellows.
B'NAI ISRAEL AMD GREATER
MIAMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE. 9600
Sunset Drive. OrthoJox. Rabbi
Ralph Glixman. 8-A
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CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION
OF KENDALE LAKES. S.W. 107
Ave. at Kendall Dr. Rabbi Maxwell
Berger. 9
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ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot 10
Fridav. y inn. Sermon: "The Victory
of Terror The Case of the PLO." by
Kahlii Kot.ert J. Orkand.
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center. 192S4
NE 3rd Ave. Orthodox. 33-A
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rsbbi Max Lip-
achita. Cantor Jacob B. Msndelson.
34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Victor D. Zwel-
ing. Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
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SINAI (Temple) OF NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shu:kea. SF
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 19151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov
Bidnick 88
YOUNG ISRAEL CF GREATER MI-
AMI._ 990 NE 171st St. Ortbooox
ISRAELIT E CENTER. 8178 BW 2Mb *'bb' *"*-}& CaBIH
St. Conservative. Rabbi Solomon ""'
Waldenbersj. Cantor Nathan Parnaes JUOEA (Temple). 5550 Grenada Blvd.
Friday 5 p.m and 8:IS p.m.. Sermon
"Jacob's Dream." Saturday. 8:48 a.m..
Sermon. "Portion of the VVeek
OR OLOM (Temple) 8/do SW 16th
St. Coneervative. Rabbi David M.
Baron. Cantor Stanley Rich. 13
Reform. Rabbi Michael B. Eisen-
stt Canter Rita Shore. 4
Fridav 8:18 P m.. Sabbath servlee
Saturday. 11:16 a.m.. Bar Mitzvah of
Andrew, son of Mr and Mrs Daniel
Oelser,
TEMPLE ISRAEL-SOUTH (Formerly
Beth Tikva) 9025 Sunset Dr. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 18-A
TIFERETH ISRAEL (Temple). 6500
N. Miami Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Seymour Hinkee. 14
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ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
eervative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Helfman. 16
Friday. 8:16 nm. Adult Kdueation
Ponun on "The Jew in the Communi-
ty, with Irvine: Jaeobtuin. administra-
tive director, aa guest speaker Sat-
urday '. am Sermon: "Sedrah "f
the Week." Bar .Mitzvah of Scott.
if Mr. and .Mrs Sheldon Cook
HIALtAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Tempi*). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. 15
NORTH MIAMI
ETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE "Cist St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gort.nkel. Cantor Yehuda
B.nyamin. 35
MIAMI BtACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Ortho0o. Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever. '7
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamera Ave.
Conservative. Rabh.' Maurice Kls.n
41
MMM
MGOAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. RabPl
Isaac D. Vine. 60
FORT IAUDEKOAU
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W.
Oakland F'ark Blvd. Rabbi Philip A
Labowitz. Cantor Maurice New. 42
EM AN U-EL. 3243 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 48
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. Reform. 3501 Univer-
sity Dr. Rabbi Max Weitz. 44
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 8753
NW. 57th St.. (Conservative) Ran
bi Milton J. Gross. 44.A
P0MPAN0 BEACH
MARGATE JEWISH CI-NTER 61(r>
NW 9th St. 44-B
BETH EL. 2400 Pme T.ee
thodox.
Dr. Or-
BETH ISRAEL 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Vordecai Shapiro. 18
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
aky, Cantor Maunce Mam.hei. U
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BE~H RAPHAEL (Ttmpie). 1545 Jef-
ferson Ave. conservative. RabD.
Elliot Winograd. Cantor Saul Breen
21
6HOI.OM (Temple). 182 Sli 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skoo.
Cantor Yaacov Henzer. 49
HAUANDALt
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
(Conservative) 416 NE 8th Ave.
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz. Cantor
Jacob Oanziger. 12
HOurwooD
BETH EL (Temple). 1551 S. 14th Ave.
Reform Rabbi S'rnuel Jaffe. A'^is*-
ant Rabbi Harvey M. Rosenfeii 45
ETH SHOLOM. (TempleV 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi ueon Kron.ih.
Cantor Oavid Conviser. 21
1' Sermon: "Whal
SI n d \ Rabh Preach In Thesi
Tri in Sa turdaj Ifl 45 m .
J i.... M itxvati i t Br< ndti and
dtuu and Mrs l lonald
G .
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 4601 Ar.
thur St Conservative. Rahbi Mir.
ton Malavsky. Ctntor Irving Gold. 46
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Associa e Rabbi. Chaim S Listfisld.
Cantor Yehuda L. Heilbraun. 4'
TEMPLE BETH SOLOMON. 927 Lin.
coin Rd. Modern Conservative. Rab-
bi Cavid Raab. 21. A
IETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
tnodox. 22
IETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE-
GATION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
BNAI ZION (Temple) 200-178th St..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Dr. Abraham I.
Jacobson 22- B
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
C'JBAN SSPHARDIC HEBREW CON
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave.
Rabbi Meir Masliah Melamed 23-A
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing-
ton Ave Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrmatn. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
Friday, 8:"'i |..m Qtsaat speaker. I)r
Pona.il 1' Mlchelaon. president of
history at Miami-Dade Communitv
1 K* ill speak on "What la This
J> w m Meritaare?"
TEMPLE BETH AHM. Conservative.
3'0 SW 62n1 Ave.. Hollywood. Rabbi
Cavid Rosrnfield. 47-B
TEMPLE SOl.fcL (Lioeral). 5101 Sher
ida- St., Holvwood. Rabbi Robert
Frazin. 47-C
YOUNG ISRAEL of HOLLYWOOD
(Orthodox). 38)1 Stirling Rd. 53
MUAMAk
ISRAEL (Tempi i>. 6920 SW 36th St
Conservative. Rabbi Avt-om Drazin
Canter Abraham Kester. 48
MOMESrtAO
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER
183 NE 8th St. Conservative 51
HEBREW ACADEMY. i400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 26
CONGREGATION AN-NELL /aVanch
of Hebrew Academy). Ttft St and
Meridian Ave. Orthodox 2-A
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
8 KISLEV 5:09
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Brandeis ZOA To
Feature Chanukah
Festival Dec. 2
The next meeting of the Bran-
deis Zionist District, Zionist Or-
ganization of America, will fea-
ture a Chanukah Festival with
Albert M. Shulman. vice presi-
dent in charge of the candle-
lighting ceremony.
The annual celebration will be
held Monday, Dec. 2. at 8:00 p.m.
in the Washington Federal Au-
ditorium. 1133 Normandy Dr.,
Miami Beach.
Harry Branton. former nation-
al director of the membership
department, and now retired in
Florida, will discuss the latest
news from Israel. He will give a
report on the progress of the
Kfar Silver Agricultural College
and the Mollie Goodman High
School, located 40 miles south of
Tel Aviv. These schools are both
projects of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America.
Estelle Hoberman. pianist, will
play a group of Chanukah songs
and also lead group singing.
The Chanukah Committee in-
cludes Ezra Finegold. Albert
Rosenberg, Fannie Rest. Helen
Zuckerbraun, Bernard Katz, Al-
bert Grossman, Nat Rue, Harry
Jawitz. Samuel Toll. Alex Big,
Philip Drexler. Irving Shalom.
Louis Kanter. Leo Nudelman
and Ksther Tyson.
Louis Hoberman. president of
the Brandeis Zionist District,
will act as master of ceremonies.
The public is invited.
Question Box
Why is the twentieth
Psalm read every day in the
week-day mm vice each morn-
ing?
This Psalm is known as a
Psalm of Salvation since it con-
c.udes with a petition to the
Almighty for his salvation in
answer to one"s prayers.
After the main body of prayer
the Jew engages in penitential
recitations declaring himself to
be a sinner and falling upon the
mercy of the Almighn. He there-
fore tries to convince himself
that th" Almi?htv is still con-
cerned about him by reciting the
Ashre Psalm.
Following this he recites the
twentieth Psalm with the confi-
dence that the Almighty will help
him in his "hour of need and
trouble" and the Psalm ends with
the firm conviction thit the
Almighty sends his salvation to
man and responds to his call on
the day when he calls.
Thus the pattern of sequence
is to pray and ask something of
the Almighty, to admit that one
is short of the Almighty's expec-
tations and then to state his
firm faith that in spite of this
shortcoming the Almighty
answers the prayers of His
people.
Friday. November 22, 1974
Barry T. Gurland
Heads BBYO Board
Barry T. Gurland. Florida cer-
tified public accountant, was re-
cently installed as president of
the Greater Miami Board of Di-
rectors of the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization. Installing officer
was Malcolm Fromberg. seomd
vice president of B'nai B'rith
District Grand Lodge No. 5.
Gurland succeeds Fred Cheka-
now. office furniture and sta-
tionery supplies executive, who
served two one-year terms in
the presidential post.
Also elected to top pos,ions
on the board were Joseph T.
Murray. Mrs. Max Hodes, Mi
chael B. S|>ecktor and Mrs LaW
Ihmson. vice presidents, an.i
Michael B. Sjwvktor, treasurer.
Mr. Gurland is president-elect
of the South Florida B'nai B'rith
Men's Council, second vice presi-
dent of Florida State Association
of B'nai B'rith Men: a member
of District S Board of Governors
for B'nai B'rith. a member of
the board of directors of tin-
Hebrew Academy and serves on
Greater Miami Federation Young
Leadership Cabinet.
"The local B'nai B'rith Y.uth
t irganization has shown a healthy
membership increase for the past
fi\e years.'' said Mr. Gurland. in
an interview. "Spomoring 35
Chapters with 800 members, rep-
resenting synagogue affiliated
and totally unaffiliated Jewish
youth presents a tremendous
challenge to our board."
Two new staff members. Alan
M. Frcedman. regional director
ami Judith F. Diamond, assist-
ant regional director, will work
with Mrs. Girt Rossak. a 24-year
veteran with the agency, and it
is anticipated that expanding
activities and programs will
bring more members to the local
organization.
"The need for qualified, dedi-
cated volunteer advisors, with
an ability to accept and use di-
rection has become more urg-nt
than ever before." said Gurland.
"Interested persons should call
the BBYO office."
Additional BBYO board mem-
bers include Alan K. Master,
Joseph Sussman, Harry Boxiey,
William Sheade, Herb Schuro-
wit/. Dr. Phil Margolesky, Mil-
ton F. Fendell. Sol Vogel, Jack
in, Milton Balsam, Her-
man Nudelman, Morris Slavik,
Charles Seavitch, Myron H.
Cohen. Jacob Weit* r, Hi
Stei ling, Eric Glaser, Nal O I-
stein, Harvey W'einberg, Irving
Levy, Col. Nal Kutchei
L.-\ine. Dr. Charles Frank;
; ei Geo e I tin,
Man-in Beckerman. IxNtcr
Green. Steven Fraidstern, Mau-
rice Mehlman. Max Heitner, Jne
Appel, David E. Rubinson. Thoni-
as Schwartz, Enrique Kalinin,
Charlie Harsh, Jack W. Sloan,
Dr. Bernard Krumerman, Rob-
ert H. Newman, Al Sherman,
William Cohen. Max Jacobs,
Bernie Simons. Irving H Cy.
Carl Friedman. Royal
Kweit. Kenneth Hoffman, Ber.
narri TVaub, Dale Abromowitz;
Seth J. Kebs. Hynian Ant"ko-
let;
The Mesdames Alan Fried-
man. Theodore Knglandcr. i far*
Ginsburg, Bonnie Schmeit-
Geoffrey Hullman. Myia Katz,
Jack Breitbart. Phoebe !,
Helen Silverstein. Herb Schuro-
wit/. Francine Weinstein. Irving
Waldman, Raymond Jei
Phil Marks. Abraham I
Sam Pearl, Sam Bheps, Fred
Siflinger, Myron Cohen. Sidney
Goldberg, Ann Solomon, G
Dinney, Sylvia Cohen,
Dubner, Sam Russell, I
Goldstein, Marge Schifman. Nor-
man Friedman;
Also the Mesdames Henrietta
Rolotin. Charles Weinstein Imra
Beit:an. Herman Pearl, Lilyaflj
Brotman. Eva Sains, Don Ja
beit. Louis Schaeffer. Stan Reiff,
Bett Gershman. Bernard As
man. Gert Kasdon. Theodore Ad
ler, I-ois Rosensweig, Lawren
Jacobson. Stanley Heinrich. Bet
nard Friedman, Sara A. Gornr
Nat Horn, Rosanna HornJ
Rlanche Turgel and Edwan
Schneider.
B'nai B'rith Girls and AJephj
Zadik Aleph are component o
the B'nai B'rith Youth Orgam/a
tion, the world's largest Ji
youth group, with chapter- i
1100 North American communt
ties and in many foreign coun
Uies. BBYO conducts a >
variety of community servi
projects while fostering Jewil
culture and activities.
Cooperative Advertising
Program Being Launched
For the first time in it-- history,
the Miami Beach Tourist Devel-j
opment Authority and Del! \ "
lines have launched a 129 -
op rative idvertlsing pi '
Miami Bea :h ti a
nation and Delta Ail
(he u.iv to arrive her.
The 18 week advertis
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time, money and effort they have
put into Mount Sinai Medical
Center," said Samuel Gertner
executive vie,- president ..f
Mount Sinai. "The) have worked
hard with u*. laughed with u-
and cried with us and they de
serve to be honored."
Bint' Kosoff is chairman of the
Silver Anniversary Journal, a
commemorative journal which
will be handed out at the affair
The Presidents- Ball Committee
includes Br.ard of Truste?s mem
ben Mr and Mrs. Jerry Blank
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faske. Mr
and Mrs. Leonard A. Wicn Mr
and Mrs Julius Darsky and Mr
and Mrs Milton Weiss:
Founders Mr and Mrs Harrv
Barn-tt. Mr. and Mrs. Max V
Cogen. Mr and Mrs. Leonard
nedland, Mr and Mrs Morry
Koven and Mr and Mrs Sydney
Levison; '
Medical Staff members D and
Mrs. ArkaJi Rvwlm, Di and Mm
Philip Samet. Dr. and Or.
uel Viamonte and Dr. am
Charles 1 Binder;
Auxiliary members Mr *n
Mrs. Theodore Pincus, Mr and
Mrs Max Kesselman. Ml
Mrs Ralph Haft. Mr an.
William Shockctt and Mrs, Bar
bara Rado:
Sustaining Board mem her- '':
and Mrs. Arthur N. Sbeppard,
M: and Mrs. Martin L Sandier.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. OroviU,
Mr and Mrs. Allan Wolk and
Mr and Mrs. Alan E. Master:
Young Preiidents members
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fretilin*:.
Mr and Mrs. David Swart?, kfr-
and Mrs. F.arie Rifas and Mr and
Mrs. Jerrold F. Goodman; Mem
hers at Large Mrs. Ceil Boss
Block, Dr. and Mrs. Alexander
Libow and Mr. and Mrs Bin*
K*off.


Friday, November 22, 1974
*Jenifi FtcridHan
Page 3-B
Mrs. Milton Green Principal
Speaker At Dec. 1 Luncheon
4 *' *j
Activities of the Pioneer Wom-
en Council of South Florida will
sU-p up in the coming weeks in
preparation for the celebration
in 1975 of the Golden Jubilee
Year of Pioneer Women, thj
Women's Labor Zionist Organiza-
tion of America.
The Golda Meir Chapter will
hold its annual Chanukah Child
Rescue Fund Luncheon Sunday.
Dec. 1. at noon at the Holiday
Inn. 2201 Collins Ave.. Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Milton (Harriet) Green,
president of the Pioneer Women
Council and president of the
South Florida Zionist Federation,
will be the principal speaker.
Rose Abel will serve as chair-
panton for the luncheon. A
musical program will be provid-
ed.
Reservations may be made by
calling Katharine Lippman.
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MRS. MflTON GREEN
Eilat Chapter will have a reg-
ular monthly meeting Tuesday at
7:30 p.m. in the Washington Fed-
eral, 1234 Washington Ave. Mrs.
Rena Miller will preside, and
Mrs. Frieda Levitan. program
chairman, has arranged for a
Chanukah celebration'. Mrs. Faye
Briuker. cultural chairman, will
ISO apeak on current events.
The Golda Meir Chapter,
named in honor of Israel's form-
er Prime Minister who herself
was a longtime member of Pi-
oneer Women, will hold its regu-
lar monthly meeting Wednesday
at 12.30 p.m. in the Washington
Federal community room. 1234
Washington Ave. Sylvia Porter
will present a selection of poems
in English and Yiddish Admis-
sion is free and the public is in-
vited.
Hi Rise Tikvah Chapter will
hold its annual Chanukah meet-
ing Tuesday. Dee. 3. at 12:30 p.m.
in the card room of Forte Tow-
ers. 1200 West Ave.. Miami
Beach Pauline Finketetetn. pres-
ident, will chair the meeting.
Ifsnadl Chapter will hold a
Chanukah Bazaar Sunday, Dec.
1. at 1 p.m. in the Recreation
Room at 4141 Nautilus Dr. Mi-
ami Beach The public is invited.
Mrs Irene Raczkowski is acting
\ ice president of the Masada
Chapter and chairman of the
bazaar.
Club 2. will hold its Chanukah
Luncheon Thursday, Dec. 5. at
l p.m. at Financial Federal, 755
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Sponsors are Jennie Farber.
Sally Oreenberg and Mary
Salmirs. Guest speaker will be
I.eon Segal, Zionist leader and
one of the to.....lers of the Is-
raeli town of Roanemh.
Kinneret Chapter will combine
its Chanukah Festival with a
concert at the meeting Sunday.
Pec. 8. at 1 p m. in the Wash-
ington Federal, 1133 Normandy
Dr. The program will feature
Reglna Balin, well known vocal-
ist, accompanied by Helen Skol-
nick at the piano Lea Neparsl
will expound on the meaning and
origin of Chanukah. Refresh
menta will be isrved Members
and friend- are invited
B-I-G Day
Dee. 1 For
Isrttc^Birjiids
BIG Day (Bonds of the Is-
raeli Government) has been es-
tablished Sunday, Dec. 1. as an
expression of s I'darity with the
State of Israel and as a spring-
board for heightened Israel
Bonds activity.
In making the announcement,
Robert L, Siegel, general cam-
paign chairman of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization,
Issued a call for volunteers to
participate in BIG Day. Sun-
day. Dec. 1. from 9 a.m. to noon.
'Israel doe n't need your
blood, your sons or daughters.
Israel only needs a few hours of
your time as a volunteer for
BIG Day." Siegel empha-
sized.
Persons interested in partici-
pating as volunteers for B IG
Day are asked to contact the
Israel Bonds office, 420 Lincoln
Rd.. Suite 2A. Miami Beach. __
"We must demonstrate our
solidarity with Israel," Siegel
added. "We must show the world
that the Jews are one. The war
for Israel's survival has begun.
The future of Israel will be de-
cided by what we. the Jews of
the Free World, do to strengthen
Israel's economy."
Referring to the recent Arab
summit meetings in Rabat and
the United Nations recognition
of the Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization, Siegel stated that Is-
rael's dependence on the Israel
Bonds campaign Ls greater today
tluin ever before.
In a related development, a
special cash collections drive,
headed by Miami Beach attorney
Arnold Lasky, has been kicked
off by the Israel Bonds Organiza-
tion to bring in all outstanding
commitments before the end of
the year.
Last Sunday members of the
expanded advisory committee
met to discuss B- IG Day and
placed the Israel Bonds campaign
on an emergency basis in re-
sponse to Ambassador Simcha
Dinitz's call.
Earlier this year Dinitz ap-
pealed to Israel Bond leaders for
intensified activity and declared
that Israel is now engaged in an-
other war of independence in the
international arena of politics.
Hilbert Horwitz To Speak
Hllbert Horowitz, Florida Fiel i
Representative of the Federal
Social Security office for more
than ten years, will be guest
speaker for the meeting of the
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Henry Taub. national president
of the American TVchnion 'So-
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gala cocktail reception and ban-
fnM.' '
The Southern Regional Office
of the ATS has been designated
as official annual meeting head-
quarters and clearing house for
reservations. It is located a; No.
1 Lincoln Road Bldg., Miami
Beach.
Norman .T. Kasser. president of
the South Florida Chapter of the
Society, said there will be a spe-
cial package plan to enable resi-
dents of the Greater Miami area
to participate at moderate costs,
inclusive of transportation, lodg-
ing and registration for events.
HENRY TAUB
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Fourth Annual Meeting of the
Society January 10 12.
The Breakers Hotel meeting
will be highlighted by sports and
social events, as well as the tra-
ditional educational seminar and
Semifinals In Rocking Ship
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Friday. November 22, 1974
Hebrew University President
To Attend Local Convocation
President Avraham Harman of
the Hebrew i niversity of Jeru-
a will interrupt a nation-
wide speaking tour oo behalf of
the United Jewish Appeal to at-
tend a special convocation of the
Hebrew University Friday, Nov.
29, at Temple Bmenu~El.
Immediately following regular
Sabbath Servici Friday evening,
he will confer th? Honorary Fel-
lowship ;>f the Hebrew Univer-
sity on Dr, Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader of Temple
Emenu-El.
The event will highlight the
opening of the 50th year of oper-
ation of Israel's oldest and larg-
est university. It will be the first
in a yearlong series of events
to commemorate the Golden
Jubilee of the university.
long recognized as one of Is-
rael's most eloquent spokesmen.
Mr. Harman has frequently visit
ed Miami on behalf of the UJA
and on behalf of the State of
Israel for which he served as
Ambassador to the United States
for eight yean.
The climax of his long career
in the diplomatic service of Is-
rael was the ?i\ Day War when
he toured the country seeking
American assistance and under-
standing.
Coordinating Mr Herman's
visit are Samuel X. Friedland,
chairman of the board, and
Judge Herbert Shapiro, president
of Temple Emanu El. who is a
Torch of Learning I-aurcate of
the Hebrew University.
Harry A. "Hap"' Levy, vice
president of Temple Emanu-El
and president of the Greater Mi-
ami Chapter of the American
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity, is coordinating Mr Har-
man's visit on behalf of the uni-
versitv.
Ambassador Rivliii Key Speaker
At Histadrut Foundatioii Luiieheoii
Ambassador David Rivlin. Con-
sul General of Israel in New
York, will be the key speaker at
the Histadrut Foundation XV
Anniversary luncheon in the
^ontainebleau Hotel at noon
Sunday. Dec. 1.
He is exnected to review the
effects of debate in the United
Nations and other key aspects
of the Middle East situation in-
cluding statements by the Pales-
tine Liberation Organization.
Announcement of the Ambas-
sador's acceptance to appear was
made in Miami by Dr. Leon Kro-
nish, national chairman of the
board of the Foundation. Moe
Levin, chairman of the Florida
Advisory Board, is chairman for
the event. Judge Herbert S. Sha-
piro, legal counsel of the Foun-
dation, will present the speaker.
Held in recognition of those
who have made bequests which
have helped Histadrut reach S35
million in support of health, edu-
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Israel, the luncheon will feature
the presentation of individual
plaques denoting the inscription
of the honorees in the Histadrut
Roll of Honor.
Dr. Sol Stein, president of the
Foundation, will introduce the
honorees.
Tickets are now on a first come
first served basis due to extreme
interest in the Middle East situa
ation Ben Zion Steinberg, Execu
tive Director of the Foundation
for Florida, announced. Reserva-
tions may be made by calling or
by visiting the offices at 420
Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach.
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Raphael! Painting Exhibit
At Ahavat Shalom Sunday
Israeli Rabbi Zvi Raphaeli
will display some of his world
famous paintings in a One Man
Show at Ahavat Shalom Congre-
gation. 9S5 SW 67th Ave., Sun-
day between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Rabbi Raphaeli has had one man
exhibitions in Italy, France,
England. Canada and the U.S.A.
and is regarded as a fore-runner
of an Israeli-School of Art.
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An auction of the works of
sevi ral internationally renowned
artists will be held Saturday
ni {hi at the Greater Miami He-
brew v.i lemy, MOO Pine Tree
Dr., Miami Beach.
5] ons ir of the event, which
will include a 7:30 p.m i
pagne preview, is the Hebrew
Acad >mj Pi rents and Te
Vss i iatii n. Mrs. Le mard
Is ore-ident of the PTA, which
helps support th Souths largesl
Hebrew day school.
Richard Reiser of The Art
Scene, a Kendall art rallerv, will
conduct the auction of contempo-
rary lithographs relitfiout art,
orioinal oils, watcreolors and
sculpture.
Signed and numbered litho-
graphs of Da'i. Rubin. Vasarely,
Agam. Rockwnl'. I.iberman. Ca'.d-
er. Cuevas, Slquelros. Friedland-
er. Boulanser. Jans-m. Miro. Nei-
man. Soyer and Picasso will be
on display and for sale.
Donation includes admission
and refreshments. The auction is
slated for 8:30 p.m. Saturday
with proceeds going to the He-
brew Academy library.
Her Tamid Social Nov. 30
Saturday. Nov 30. at 8:00 om
the Men's Club of Temple Ner
Tamid will have "An Evening of I
Fun" in the Sklar Auditorium.
This social will Include a dance ,
contest, dancing Instructions
with I.ennv Roth, dance master
Of the Seville Hotel, and refresh-
ments. The general community |
is invited to attend.
Preisler To Be Humanitarian Award
Recipient At Dee. 7 Dinner-Dance
Thanksqivinq Dance Nov. 26
The "Y" Sinsies are holding a
Thanksgiving Dance Tuesday at
7:30 p.m. at S500 SW 8th St.
All singles in their 20s and 30's
are welcome to attend for an
evening of popular music, danc-
ing and refreshments. For fur-
ther information contact Arlene
Miller at the Jewish Community
Centers.
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Martin M. Preisler, general
manager of the Hauta Restaurant
viU be honored M the South
Dade H threw Academy's annual
r dance Saturday, !>'' "
at the Carillon Hotel
Mr Preisler will receive the
Academy's David Ben-Gurior.
Humanitarian Award m recogm
lion of his heroic endeavors In
: 8 j( wish resistance in
Budapest Hungary. In 1944 nd
saving thousands of Jewish live*
Mr. Preisl was ie years of
., e when the young men of his
village were rounded up by the
Nazis and sent to a forced labor
camp. His family was subs*
qoently sent to Auschwitz and
killed, but Pivi-l-r escaped from
the camp and joined a Ru
partisan group. He became an ex-
pert assault parachutist, drop-
pin? behind enemy lines to try
and help fleeing Jews
After the war Preisler worked
with the Allied Forces Commis-
sion to track down war crimi-
nals. "It was not too difficult;
you found one. he told about the
others, and you went on from
there." he said "On the other
hand many are now well assimi
lated and integrated into the
community. You would not rec-
ognize them now. They fit into
whatever way of life they choose,
but in spirit and thought they
MARTIN PMISUR
are the Nazis of old."
Mr Preisler obtained permis-
sion from the Hungarian govern-
ment to place a monument in the
Jewish cemetery in Budapev.
memorializing his parents anJ
family A unique feature of the
monument is the inscription in
English, which includes the ex
pression "Never Again "
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bestow its Humanitarian award
on Martin Preisler. defender an)
protector of Israel.
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*"Jfnisf fkrndian
Page 5 B
Maison Grande, Seactfast West
Nights In Israel Set Dee. 1
Two "Nights in Israel" will l>e
on behalf of Israel Bonds
ni Maison Grande and Seacoast
' t
MRS. MOLUt IANTZ
Toweri West. Miami Beach.
Sunday, Dec. 1. it has been an-
nounced by Milton M. Parson,
executive director of the Great-
er Miami Israel Bond Organiza-
tion.
Mr. and Mrs. Isadora H.
ima will receive the State of
Israel Solidarity Award in the
Rotunda lioom at Maison Grande
at 7 p.m. They arc being honored
for their exceptional leadership
ledic ition on behalf ol Is-
mic development.
nd Mi-'. Charles Merwitzer
and Mrs I lei man Barnetl are
servii as chairmen and co-hosts
of the Israel Bonds cocktai
i
Al am i, i' ii mer president of
Temple Sinai In Pitl il i ..h. ,s
chaii man of the executive c >m-
mittee of the Hebrew A ai
an institution founded b\ Mrs.
Abrams' late humanitarian fa-
thi i. for whom the Louis Mer-
'.'. i I Ugh Schoo v' n imed
The Academy's administration
b il i ng cai i les the name ol Re-
becca and I." ils Mei v itzei.
Mrs. Abrams, past president of
the Temple Sinai Sisterhood, is
a member of many Jewish wom-
en's organizations in Miami
Beach, including service on the
board of the Maison Grande
group of Hada-ssah.
Al 5 p.m.. Mrs. Mollie Lantz
will be honored at a cocktail
party in the Mediterranean
Room of Seacoast Towers West.
She will receive the State of Is-
rael Scroll of Honor for her ded-
icated years of service in helping
to advance Israel's progress and
welfare. Albert Tauberg is serv-
ing a.s chairman. Ben Cutler and
Philip I/iwn are honorary chair-
men.
Mrs. Lantz, a life member of
Iladassah. devoted many years
to the Flat bush Convalescent
Home in Brooklyn, NY. She and
her late husband, Sol. founded
the Far Rockaway Jewish Cen-
ter in Long Island. In her hus-
band's memory, Mrs. Lantz and
her two childien recent iv pur-
I an ambulance for Israel,
American Jewish folk humorist
i tussell is scheduli d to en-
tertain al ix th Israel Bonds
event-
MR. AND MRS. ISADORt ABRAMS
BBW Chapters
Meeting Tuesday
Sunshine Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Worn-: n. will have a special meet-
ing Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. in the
Washington Federal Bank Audi-
torium, 633 N'E 167th St. "Sam
Novach and Company" will pre-
sent a smg-a-long.
North Dade Chapter's general
meetine will be held Tuesday at
8:00 p.m. in the Washington ed-
eral Auditorium. 633 NE 167th
St. North Miami Beach. A skit
will be presented by the B'nai
B'rith Girls. Chanukah gifts for
sale.
A regular meeting of the
Emma Lazarus Clupter will be
h >ld Tuesdaj at 7:30 p m al Jef-
ferson Nati 'ii il Bank, 301 Arthu
Gedfrev Re'... Miami Beach. An
expert on "fund raising" ''ill he
.,". for til.- evening eft sta
.. I the
-M'- u invited
Judge Cvpen To Chair Dec. 8
Temple Emanu-El Bonds Gala
Judge trvii mer
ludge ol the llth Judicial Cir-
(mi Court, will se \< as chair-
man Temple Emanu-El
Israel I Inner ol State, il
I; en announced by I r. In in
Leh n an, spi ler ol the
ten
The [sra dinner-dance
will be held ij Dec B
the Fontainebleau Hotel in trih
ute to Dr. and Mrs. Sherman
R, k.ij Ian recipii nts-elecl of the
State tel Masada v.'.
Judge Cypen, former Miami
Beach Municipal Judge and as-
sistant city attorney, is honor-
ary vice president of Temple
Emanu-El and honorary presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Home and Hospital for the
Aged, He is a member of the
hoard of trustees of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and a
Founder of Mount Sinai Hospi-
tal.
A past president of the Miami
Beach Civic League. Tropical
Lodge of B'nai B'rith, Temple
Emanu-El Men's Club, Miami
Beach Kiwanis. and the south-
JUDGt IRVING CYPEN
east region of I'nited Synagogues
of America, Judge Cypen is ac-
tive in numerous Jewish and civic
organizations, including the Klks,
Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, the World Association of
Lawyers, and the Florida, Inter-
national, Federal and American
Bar Associations.
Bike-A-Thon At M-DCC Dor. I
The National Asthma Center
Bike-A-Thon, sponsored by Lor-
bi r and Gift of Life Chapters,
will le held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Sunday, Pec l al the Miami-
. i lommunity Collt
I 'e el ril ri lers incl ling TV
Hunt and
Jim B nd Co intj I
nen Harvey F
Sal ol a ; 'hild "
The event is open to the pub-
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awarded to the top monej earn-
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Friday. November 22, 1974
4-Dav Israel Folk Dance Workshop
To Begin Nov. 28 At University
JWV Actiiitips
Are Announced
Beth Sholom School Of Fine Arts
Has Record Enrollment This Year
A four day Israel Folk Dance
Workshop will be presented
Thursday. Nov. 28 through Sun-
day. Dec 1. in the Flamingo
Ballroom located in the Student
Union Building at the University
of Miami.
Conducting the workshop will
be Shlomo Bachar. one of Israel's
leading ehoieocxaphers and
teachers Vr. Bachar is the
founder of *he Israeli Dance
vr "Hadarim." He has been
a pioneer in creating oxcitin.:
new dance forms, evoking fresh
concept- from the folk tunes that
are every Israeli's heritage.
T.'ie workshop will have five
is: Thursday, Nov. 28 8-
10:30 p.m.: Friday. Nov. 298
10:30 p.m Saturday. Nov. 30
24:30 p:n: Saturday. Nov. 30
8 p.m. to midnight, a special re-
que.-t dance party; Sunday. Dec.
110 a.m.-12:30 p.m. There will
also be a workshop Sunday. Dec.
1 from 2-430 p.m. if a minimum
of 25 persons enroll.
Ail interested folk dancers
(beginners, intermediate and ad
vanced) are invited to attend
There will be a registration fee
The workshop is being spon
sored by 'he Commission on Jew-
ish Affairs. American Jewish
Congress in cooperation with the
Hillel Foundation. University ol
Miami: the YM-YWHA of Great
er Miami; B'nal B'rith Youth
miration; American Zionist
Federation: Southeast Federation
of Temple Youth Union of
American Hebrew Congrega
Yoiina JudeaHashachar;
Israel Youth Programs Office.
For further information and
details on registration, call or
write Yosef Yanich. American
Jewish Congress. 4200 Biscayne
Klvri No. 3F. Miami. Florida
88137.
10 Local Women Being Inducted
Bv Chapter As Honorary Directors
An open board meeting of the
Greater Miami Chapter of ih?
Brandcis University National
'Women's Committee was to be
held Thursday at 10:00 a.m. in
the Seacoast South State Room.
The meeting was to be high-
I ghted by the induction of ten
ach women as Honor-
ary Directors if the Chapter.
:::.. Mrs San tie! I
Mrs .' >seph Duntov, Mrs. Mau-
i Kutz, Mrs Morris Minov,
Mrs Samuel Oberstein, Mrs. Don-
Ralph Spero.
Miss Ft na Ste n, Mrs Max Thorn-
er and Mrs. M. S. [Tucker.
the Chap-
ter. Women's Committee and
Brandt tj for a com-
tal of over 2)0 years.
Several have been officers of
the Chapter and all have served
as committee chairmen.
Presently, they are supporting
the University's program "A
Covenant With The Genera-
tions." a program designed to in-
sure the quality of the Brandcis
University educational experi-
ence for generations to come.
Mrs M rton Schwartz, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Chap-
ter, explains that 65.000 Wo-
men's Committee members across
the country h. ;ed them-
selves to support this program.
Mrs. Herman Leeks, chairman
of membership of the Cha I
* I rids an in' i to all mem-
pen board
ng. Refreshm mts will be
ed.
r
Florida Committee Of Bar-Han
Installing Officers. Directors
Judge J. David Liebman has
b-en elected vice chairman of
the Florida Committee for Bar-
I!an University. Announcement
of his acceptance was made by
Dr. Joseph Lookstein, Chancel-
lor of Barllan. the university
located in Ratrat Gan. Israel, sis-
ter city of Miami Beach.
Judge I.iebmin. past president
of the Gables-Miami District of
the Zionist Organization of
Amrrica. will work closely with
Mayor Harold Rosen of Miami
i i. rochairman of the Florida
Committee for Barllan Univer-
sity.
Dr. Lookstein, senior rabbi of
Shore Unit's
Luncheon Mondav
ore Unit of Papanicolaou
will
for the 51
hmchei n m< l n '-! nday noon
Jontmartr
Program will include Vincent
Lopez, internationally known
author. composer, or-
. and numerologiet.
A 11 eport on the Gala
Jan. 30, will b? given
by chairman of the day Sydelle
( ,Ii- Ir .'i Rubin. Meeting is
open to all members, guests and
prospective members. Mrs. Alex-
ander Kogan is president.
For reservations call Li] Ma-
honey or Harriet (Mrs. Gilbert)
Waxman.
Kehllath Jesurun, one of New-
York City's largest synagogues,
will be the guest of a Dec. 3 re-
ception at the Sterling Hotel in
Miami Beach at which officers
and directors of the Florida Com-
mittee for Barllan will be in-
stalled.
JuaVe I iebman. a past presi-
dent of the South Dade Kiwani*
Club and of the Homestead Bar
Association, served as municipal
judge of Homestead for three
years.
A graduate of the University
of Miami and of the U-M School
of I^aw. be has practiced law in
Dade County for more than 25
I the Model Nat-
iiral.7 -i proceedings for the
American Bar and Florida Bari
ns' conventions and
served on num rous national and
elation committees
Am< ng 'ho who ;.
elected to the board of directors,
of th? 1. University or
ganization for Fl irida are Robert
L. Siegel, cl I of the
Greater Miami Israel Bonds
campaign: David Coleman,
president of the American Red:
i David for Israel; Irving
Firtel, president of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy: Jerrold
Goodman. Founder of Mt. Sinai
Hospital and of the Hebrew Uni
\ Friedman, Temple Menorah vice
president; Joseph Cohen. Temple
Errunu-El past president: and
Jerome Bienenfeld. Hebrew
Academy treasurer.
Harold I'lir. Commander for
the Department of Florida. Jew-
ish War Veterans, was to pre-
sent the traveling Ravel to the
Pompano Beach Post at their
monthly meeting Thursday eve-
ning. He will be accompanied by
his Department Staff.

Ladies Auxiliary members of
South Dade Post No. 77S. Jew-
ish War Veterans, were to serve
the Oneg Shabbat following
services Thursday evening at the
Homestead Air Force Bas l
pel. Those serving will be Alvin
and Lillian Israel and Arnold
and Fdith Novins.
Arnold and With Novins are
chairmen of the Jungle Queen
Boat Ride which will be held on
Saturday. Dec. 7. leaving from
Ft. Lauderdale Yacht Harbor at
7 p.m. Reservations must l e
made before Dec. 1.
The next Past meeting will be
held Monday evening. Dec. 9. at
the Dade Federal Savings Build-
ing on S. Dixie Highway. It will
be in the form of a Chanukah
party; gifts will be exchan
A .ioint membership dance
will be held by the West Miami
Jewish War Veterans Post and
Auxiliary No. 223, Saturday at
8 30 p.m. in Temple Zamora. 44
/ imora Ave., Coral Gables
with music, refreshments, danc-
ing and door prizes feature I
Chairman for the Post is St
11 a a ly for the Auxil-
iary is Charlotte Mittler.
Kahhi Rose Guest
Speaker At Gala
Luncheon Dec. 2
The Mi m rah Group of Hadas
highlight its Israi I E lu-
cat 01 i mi
con. Mon la Dec -. at 11
a in in th Coral Gables Juni
Woman's Club, 1001 E. Ponce de
Leon Blvd Con Gs
Guest speaker at the benefit
luncheon will be Rabbi Marvin
Rose, associate rabbi and direct-
or of education at Beth David
Congregation. Rabbi Rose will
review the book. "The End of
the Jewish People?" by Georges
Friedmann.
The Hadassah Israel Educa-
tional Services underwrites high-
ly skilled vocational schooling in
the fields of technology, textiles
and design. Its young graduates
enter immediately into the econ-
omy of Israel and are completely
self-sufficient.
Mrs. Seymour Friend is chair-
person of the day. Mrs Sam Os
trowsky and Mrs. Ralph Hankin
are fund raising coordinators
Mrs. Arthur .1. Lyons is president
of the group.
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The Temple Beth Sholom
School of Fine Arts started ofi
with a record enrollment this
Classes in piano dlscovi
are taught by concert pianist
Andree Juliette Brun: Ceramics
and Pottery, Creative Drama. Is-
raeli Polkdanclng, Arts and
- for the very young, Mus
Works lOp for tots, Drawing and
Painting, arc offered M well as
> in all of the in
strun '-
children in the
d sion are retting read)
a- of >iich items a
Mezuzahs, Kiddush
Menorah.-. which will be
shown during the Chanukah sea-
son according to Judy Drucker,
director of the school.
Tn. faculty consists of Mar's
lasenberg, Ceramics and Pottery"
Jay Jensen. Creative Drama: Ro
berta Silbret, Experiments in
Art; Sandi Hirsch, Ballet; An::
Koppele Music Workshop for
Tots; Rosalind Merritt, Drawing
and Painting: Arminda Schutte.
Plane; Dani Amihud. Guitar;
Tony Criscitiello, Drums, and
l.ee Budetti. Flute. Clarinet and
Saxophone.
The School of Fine Arts is
under the direction of Judy
Drucker. and classes are held
Mondaj through Thursday from
2 30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at 4144
Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
Teen (.lasses Are
Offered By JCC
The J "i-h Community Cen-
ters of South Florida is now of
_ ., variet) el elasaei i
activities for teenagers in the
,..ike- comm
Classe> are being held in
amics, Voga, GNattve thm
and Karate Tuesday evenings in
the "Red Bam." 6401 Kendale
Lakes Dr.
Thursday evenings. Junior
High Mudents are welcome to
loan various group activities at
], Barn, such as aatebral
parties, sports activities. A so
sch doled is a drama group with
a Spring production of Charlie
Brown" to be presented. Audi-
tor.- are now taking place.
Interested teens may contact
Harre-n Bertisch at the JCC Cen
(ral Office for complete informa-
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Friday, November 22, 1974
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Judge Kapner Completes NafI College Course
Rosemary's Thvrae
By ROSEMARY Ft RMAN
More "ii thoee who have join-
ed the ranks of the employed, a
welcome relief from all the un-
gmploymjnl we've been reeding
and hearing about .
Margie Hill, who spend! her
summera in Colorado, took a trip
down to Santa Fc with husband,
Meet, and ended up with a gal-
lery. They decided that native
American tapestries I Indian rugl
and wail hangings) were l>eauti-
ful ami a good Investment. Be-
fore they knew it they had a col-
lection which cui be seen al
30th SI eel and Biscayne Boule-
vard in a beautiful gallery. Just
another off-the-luncheon circuit.
Pat 1 ifherman. Warren's wife.
is selling a "collection of prudent-
ly-priced gift items" In conjunc-
tion with Matey Blank's Pam-
pered Papers." They're in I is
southwesl -i ction, but it's wo I
a trip .
Diane Ebenberg, seen in F
Tower's elevator, ex|
she's working across the street,
in a real estate office, I'n
ning t i woi "> abo i w
watching the kids'
If you are n ; so worried
aLu :! the kids, or it they are
pretty much on their own. there's
a fascinating opportunity down
at Federation. The Jewish Voca-
tional Service is running a "rap"
session for women who want to
expiorc themselves and the op-
portunities in this community
for gainful employment or vol-
unteer work. Run by KuchH
Eichli-man, the six sessions are
not consciousness raising, en-
counter-type meetings, but a
personal exploration of woman's
role .
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Among those involved in the
fi -t miss theie will be more)
are Holihi (iilliert, Zelma \\el-
rod and Tobi Friedland. After a
discussion on how an outside In-
t. rest might affect those you
live with, and realization that
you might be afraid to fail or
succeed, if indeed you want to
work, there is a provision lor
Individual testing to determine
what your aptitudes may be.
From there, for a very nominal
lee, the vocational agency will
counsel and guide you .
I am devoting this much space
to this opportunity because I
believe, tor ail age woman, em*
plo. ment. |>aid or otherwise, will
be more and more an important
part oi their lives. And most
woman, who have been "only"
mothers and volunteers believe
the;, are unprepared tor the out-
side world, an attitude both
harmful and patently untrue.
The Jewish Vocational Agency
iws these women how wrong
ue and wiiat they can do
t I I ad< :, thee '!i,,:

Judy Gilbert, president of the
Greater Miami Section of the
National Council of Jewish
Women, tells me tlmt the Dec.
11 Annual Child Care Luncheon
will have Abigail Van Buren as
its guest speaker .
Some of those involved in the
luncheon include Anna Mae Roc*, i
BeUev Slat;*!-, Betty .St-hlosa
and Arlene Pritcher .
Incredible how everything
tie* in. Once women are out of \
the home in job situations, a!
critical necessity is day care'
centers. A new trend is to have,
business-located day care centers r
where mothers may visit their
children during their workday. I
Local hospitals already have thia I
program.
& ft &
The largest luncheon I've been
to in a long time was that held
for the Community Relations
Hoard. Carl Rowan was the
speaker and Audrey Finkelstein
(Mr*. < hurleM was installed as
the board's new chairperson.
And 1 remember when Audrey I
was advisoi to our sorority at
the I'M.
Circuit Court Judge Lewis Kap-
ner of West Palm Beach has
completed a one-week judicial
education course entitled "The
Judge and the Trial"' conducted
by the National College of the
State Judiciary located on the
University of Nevada's Reno
campus.
U-M Low-Economics Center
Holding Nov. 25 26 Confob
Approximately 35 of the na-
tion's leading legal and economic
authorities, including Dr. Milton
Friedman of the University of
Chicago, will attend the inaug-
ural conference of the University
of Miami's new Center for Stud-
ies in Iaw and Economics.
The conference, entitled "The
Gold Clause CasesForty Years
of Abrogation." will be held at
the Royal Biscayne Hotel on Key
Biscayne Monday and Tuesday.!
In charge of the conference is
Dr. Henry G. Manne, Distinguish-
ed Professor of Law at the Uni-
versity and director of the new
Center.
GRANT Florida Secretary of
State Dorothy Glisson has an-
nounced the award of a S15.000
grant from the Fine Arts Council
of Florida and the National En
dowment for the Arts to the
Greater Miami Opera Associa-
tion's Florida Family Opera di-
vision. The funds will support
Florida Family Opera's ongoing
In-School Opera project and this
season's Sunday matinee series
of operas to be sung in English
at Dade County Auditorium, ac
cording to Association general
manager Robert Herman.
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The three-part program ex-
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it was conducted by Judge Ernst
John Watts. D<;in ol the Col.eje.
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The initial part of the session
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evidence taking, jury instruction
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The third part explored "Th<
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Thirty United States judges
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The Portuguese judges attended
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Students at Temple Beth Am
Day School sold lemonade, ba-
gels, and almost anything they
could in order to raise enough
money to buy oversized prayer
looks and an Haggada for senior
citizens in Miami's Jewish com-
munity. The result of this stu-
dent project, which took a great
deal of time and effort, was a
four-volume set of Jewish prayer
books and a beautiful Haggada,
which was presented to the Cen-
tral Agency for Jewish Educa-
tion's community library by Beth
Am Day School students Stuart
Katzan, Amy (orin, anil \i l.i
Kun'-tler. Sima Lesser is director
of Beth Am Pie-School and Day
School and Lillian Ross is direct-
or of library sen ices for the
("ential Agency for Jewish Edu-
cation, a member of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's fam-
ily of agencies.
"Itoz" Suttu, wire of B-rnie
Sutta. who has I >ng been known
as "the friendly bailiff' in -ludge
i-.d Kl in's court, has entered
South Miami Hospital for an in-
Ho! mite period in traction and
hi ace treatment for a back
condition. Friends plan to "show-
er" her with cards.
Rabbi and Mrs. Daniel Azalay
became the proud parents of a
second daughter, Oct. 21 at Sko-
kie Valley Community Hospital.
Chicago, 111. Dina Malka, who
weighed in at 6 lbs., 11 <>/.. Joins
hei four-year-old sister, liana
Rlvfca. The Iparents are
Mr. ::..(! Mrs. Bernard Samson
of Evanston, [11., and Kaiihi and
Mrs. Shimon A.'.iilay of Miami
Beach.
'.: -fir
For the third consecutive year,
the Twelve Caesars Resort Mo-
tel at 94th Street on the ocean
in .Miami Beach, will have con-
tribute more than S10.000
worth of room accommodations
to more than 100 charitable or-
ganizations throughout the
United States and Canada.
.Most of these contributions
an- in conjunction with fund-
raising efforts of a religious or
health nature, and have received
wide acceptance by the chari-
ties' members. "Any worthwhile
and organized charitable effort
that would like to use our prop-
erty to help them achieve their
aims and receive out complimen-
tary stay, will he given every
consideration," Sales Manager
Saul Chase declared.
Manj permanent guests have
developed from this undertaking.
and Chato plans to make this
offer once again during the i>eri-
od May 1st. 1975 to December
1st. 1975. All requests should be
on the charities' letterhead and
sent to the attention of public
relations director, Mrs. Ruth
MagMoff.
ir ir it
Mrs. Morris (i.-Uer hosted a
birthday party for her husband.
who was celebrating his 85th.
Sunday. Nov. 3, at the Allison
Hotel. Mrs. Geller invited her
friends at the Allison Hotel to
share in this festive event.
Among those attending were the
.Mesdnnie* Ron*- Adler, Charlot-
te WaSSSk Freda Landau, Zclda
Band, Irene Harrison. Nettie
Berger. Doris .Marians, Lillian
tJelberft, Fanny Barkan, Ihtlftt
I (.-ill/. Ceil TihIiI. Ann Berlin,
Sid Berliner. Helen Rest, Doro-
thy Rothman, Maye Felnberg,
Esther K.lson, Ida I'nig.-ii, Burlel
Bendursky, S:ul\e Gomherg. Lil-
lian (irinnel, Bonnie Baum. Sa-
rah Herman, Lillian Levy, Mr.
and Mrs. Abe Friedman, Mr.
Mitehell, Mrs. Zatsky. Mr. and
Mrs. Nat Elson and Mr. and
.Mrs. Jack Brown. Several of Mr.
Geller's old friends joined in by
making speeches extolling his
many years of friendship.
O wn
The Joseph Greenbergs
(Sally) of Miami Beach, have
been celebrating their 50th an-
niversary with a real bang. They
started with a tour of the United
States in March: an anniversary
dinner in New York in August,
another in Miami Beach this
I laekj; and will round-out the
year with a cruise to the Carib-
bean, a gift from daughters
Corinnft and Lenore, their hus
bands, and grandchildren.
H ft a
The Bubble Gum Follies will
be presented by the Royal Palm
Chapter ol Women's American
ORT Wednesday, Dec. 11. at the
Mentmartre Hotel. The luncheon
and children's revue will present
fa-hions by Melony's Wardrobe
of Surfside. Guest artist will be
Sylvia "Sunny" Ross, formerly
with th_> "Bell Telephone Hour."
Mrs. Murray Goodman is chair-
man; Models include Bonnie Pe-
relis, Bruce Rishty. Leah Israel,
and Salome Bieziner.
'-
Ms. March Schefts, marketing
representative of Eastman Chem-
ical Products. Inc.. has been
elected president of the Florida
Textile Club. She is the first
v\om:in ever elected to the pre.i
dency of any textile organiza-
tion. The Club's 00 members.
representing over 300 textile
mills, converters and allied in
dustries, sell and service tie
huge garment industry in Flor
Ida. Other officers include Herb
ciuckman. vice president, repre
sentative of the Amerttex Divi
sion of United Merchants & Man
ufacturers: Aaron \. Bernstein,
treasurer, representative o!
American Robin. Inc.. and Ms,
Dorothy F.inleger, secretary, rep
resentative 01 Fred Frankel &
Sons, Inc. The new beard of di
rectors includes Russell Bach-
man, Duke Fried, Marc Immer-
niiin, Don Krell, Jack Levine,
Jerry Meltz. Harvey Roseublum,
Irving Seidil. Herb Weisman,
and George White.
When the Annual Orientation
Coffee for the Volunteers of
Douglas Gardens was held re-
cently Ms. Nancy Goldstein, of
the National Council of Jewish
Women, was chairperson of the
day. The volunteers were ad-
dressed by Dr. Charles Beber.
medical director. Dr. Jack Skig-
on, chief psychiatrist. Ms. Irma
Ware, director of nursing. Ms.
Thelma Trump, occupational
therapy supervisor, Ms. Pearl De
Bram. director of volunteer serv-
ices. Richard Hayes, director of
social sen ices and Fred Hirt,
executive director.
Mr. Hirt reviewed the addition
al programs that Douglas Gar-
dens is now operating and con-
templating for the future. He
also revealed plans for the new
wing scheduled to begin con-
struction approximately Dec. 1.
&
"Doll Lady" Mrs. Gertrude
Kanzer, Representing B'nai
B'rith Women of Coral Gagles.
presented the Dolls of Democ
racy Nov. 20 to hard of hearing
children at Riviera Junior High
school. It was interpreted to
them in sign language. Mrs. Kan
zer has been presenting these
"Dolls of Democracy" at various
schools, mostly in the Southwest
area and in Kendall. Any school
in this area wishing this service
or presentation may call Mrs.
Kanzer. There is no charge.
Nancy Greenberg, well-known local artist, poses in front of
one cl her recent creations. Mrs. Greenberg, whose home
and studio are located at 7045 SW 110th Ter., recently com-
pleted a series of watercolors on religious themes.
Leaders of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's
Division are now dedicating their efforts to a successful
1975 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
effort. Helping to inspire that dedication with inspiring mes-
sages to the gatherd leadrship last week were (left to
right) Mrs. Sam Rosen of South Miami, Mrs. Merton Gettis
of North Miami, and Mrs. Norman Lipoff, of South Miami,
a Women's Division vice president.
Fiee Loan Assn. Meeting
The Greater Miami Hebrew
Free Loan Association will hold
B special meeting at 1 p.m. Tues-
day in the Financial Federal, 75S
Washington Ave., .Miami Beat h.
The a ei da Includes nominatl >n
and election of officers and
1 members for the year
1975, and .1 musical program and
refreshments, Dr. Nathan K.
Specter la the current president.
Sisterhood Plans
Dec. 2 Chauukah
Boutique-Brunch
Mrs. Stanley Caidin. ways and
means vice president of the Mol-
|ie Kabaner Sisterhood, announc-
es its annual -Chanukah Bou-
tique Bruniheon" will be held
at her home, 2050 NK 99th St..
Monday. Dec 2, at 10:30 a.m. The
cost Will include donor credit.
Chanukah decorations and gift
Items, such as menorah. dreidels,
wrapping paper, meauzzahs, col-
oring books, story books, hand-
ball, aprons, tablecloths, candle-
sticks and bookends will be avail-
able
Reservations may be made by-
calling Mrs. Stanley Caidin, Mrs
Nat Sieaser, president, or Mrs.
Arthur Winton. chairman
The MnlLie Kahaner Sisterhood
is affiliated with Women's
League for Conservative Juda-
ism, an organization of over 800
Sist Thoods dedicated to the per-
petuation Of Conservative Juda-
ism.
Stephanie Rudakiewics,
Lurry Chasin Knjiajretl
Mr and Mrs. Stephen Ruda-
kiewicz ,,f Miramar announce the
engagement <>f their daughter,
Stephanie, to Larry Chasln, sun
n! Mr and Mrs Norman Chasin
of North Miami Beach.
Miss Rudakiewicz graduated
from McArthur High S tool and
attended Broward Community
College, where ihe wai a mem-
ber of Delta Psi Omega, national
drama honor km ii I
Mr. Chasin graduated from
Miami Norland High School and
attended Miami Hade Junior
College and Georgia Southwest-
el n College. He is aaaoi I
with his father in the operation
of Penman's Restaurant, Opa-
locka.
A spring wedding is planned.
Israel Lutsky Speaking At
Beth Kodesh Congregation
Israel I.utsky, who is known
a- a Jewish philosopher through-
out America, and has lieen a
broadcaster on radio for 40
yi an in New York City, will he
the guest ffpnakw during the
late Friday evening services at
Beth Kodesh Synagogue Friday,
at 8 1"> p.m.
Mr i.utsky. an authority on
Jewish affairs and worldwide
Jewish problems, will tUtC
the sullied: When December
Marries Mas!''
Galil Chapter To Feature
Review Of 'Steel And Velvet'
Galil Chanter. Mizrachi Wom-
n ol America, invites members
and guests to attend a regular
meeting Monday Dec 2. at 12:30
p.m. in the Washington Fed-
eral, 633 NK ltlTth St.. North
Miami lieaeh.
The program planned by Anne
Stern win include a toxik review
given by Mrs. Kitty Levi. En-
titled "Steel and Velvet," the
book is about the life of Rose
Kenne I.
Tony Simone To Appear
Surfside Community Center
will present tenor Tony Simone
with Luz Mora'es. Tony Finer
and Morse Haithwaite, accom-
panist, Wednesday at 8 p.m., it
has been announced. The vocal-
ist will also present a benefit
program for Hadassah in the
Tarleton Hotel Sunday. Dec. 8.
The leaders of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation
Women's Division gathered
for what was perhaps the
most important meeting of
their pre-campaign season
last week. The more than 100
women present were inspir-
ed by tcp leadership includ-
ing Women's Division Presi-
dent Mrs. Harry B. Smith
(right) and Campaign vice
president Mrs. Sol Goldstein
toward outstanding commit-
ments in the upcoming 1975
Combined Jewish Appeal-Is-
rael Emergency Fund, and to
dedicate their efforts to
another year of record re-
sults among the women of
this Jewish community.
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Friday, November 22, 1974
Amy J. Qnerido.
United In Mm:
.-:> Josephine Queri and
. i David Veils we;, united
i i,i 'c Saturday, Nov. 16,
m 8 |im. ceremony in the
imar home of Dr. an l Mrs.
; .1! Morris, where a n ce
the couple followed.
bride, (laughter of Irvin
2301 gw sith A\e.. and
i late Mrs. Faullne Que
. | ated from Miami Edi* n
School and the Univi
S tutta Florida. She .. cur-
teaching music In Lake-

brl legroom, son of the
Mr. and Mrs George
graduated from Fort
rdale High School and the
sit) of Miami, where he
*JeniHk>ridrfr>n
Page 9-3
Ronald D. Wells
Id Ceremonies
w is a member of Sigma N'u
fiaternity He Is an execul ve
with the J.C. Penney Companj
irrentlj ass it i1 with the
0 it 111 I ikeland.
Foi her wedding, the new
Mis Wells se i ct I a iwn of
: e i ht satin covered with
m and Alt neon lace styled
with a high neckline and short
i es, and c irried i cas :ade of
ro es 51 was utter led by Mrs.
1 I ii* r Morris, matron of hon-
oi.
i I ar (- I ake served the bride-
.;' m as best man.
The newiyweds will make
their home in Lakeland after a
eymoon cruise to the Ba-
hamas
:X-wisa giving was the topic of a discussion by Greater
ni Jewish Federation past president Sidney L?fcourt,
uted at the November meeting of the Women's Divi-
. Pacesetter Trustee Committee. Greeting Mr. Lefcourt
Mrs. Samuel Adler leftI, Women's Pac:setter-lrustee
:.iun. and Mrs. So! Goldstein, Women's Division Ccm-
i vice president.
Chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Woman's
vision Pacesetter-Trustee Committee is Mrs. Samuel Ad-
ler (left). At the Committse's planning luncheon last week,
Mrs Adler welcomed Pacesetters and Trustees including
eft to right) Mrs. Nathan Ringler, Miss Sue Berkowitz, and
''.:s. Else Bonem.
Among the Pacesetters and Trustees of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation who met last week to plan their 18/0
C7A-IEF activities were (left to right) Mrs. R. S. Levy, Mrs.
Kenneth Miller and Mrs. Harry Nathenson.
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ol Ha-
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include:
Sophie Tucker Group, Sun lay
: i the Coasl Towers,
ten will preside at the
membership luncheon.
Morton Towers Group, which
will meet Monday at 11:30 a.m.
in the American Savings, 1200
i Rd., with Fanny RoutZ
presiding.
GoMa Meir Croup will hold an
>n sale in the Seacoast
Towers V Tuesday with Blanche
ei presiding.
Conservative Sisterhoods Group
Installing Mrs. Perrv As President
c* J
A delegation of wjmen repre
scnting the 33 Conservative Su>
terhoods in Florida and Puerto
Rico are attending the national
convention of Women's League
for Conservative Judaism at the
C ncord Hotel, New York, this
week,
Mrs M. Mi'ton Pern- will be
installed a* national president of
this mternatb nal erg.-filiation of
Ellen Rein Engaged
To Carl L. Morin
Mr and Mrs. Bernard R?in
7480 SW 125th St.. announce the
t a Eagement of their daughter.
! 11 i. and Carl L. Morin, son
of Mrs. Carol Baker. 18250 NW
86th Ave.. Palm Springs North
and Louis Morin.
Both the bude elect and her
fiance are students at Miami-
l id Community College, Sh i-
taking a course of study lead
!ng i > qualifh ation as a
... tar- i thl S uth ca npu -
!! is a soph ni r majoring in
\rchitectu e on ths North cam-
pus ?id Is a > r of trie
. Institute '! Arcl
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The vt riding will take place
in P?cc:n'^'r. 1975.
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Li ague for Israel, was to hold
its regular meeting Thursday, at
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audit rium, I2i) Wesl Ave.. Mi-
ami B'. ach Th program will hi-
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Florida Branch president: Mrs.
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Herbert Colrm. Miami Beach;
Mrs Chester Loiter. Coral
Gab'es, and Mrs. Jack Wolfstein,
No'th Miami Beach.
The theme o invention
i- "A Nt > Hi m and a New
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fem I'.e counterpart of th-.> I'mted
Synagogue of America whose
main objective :- the support of
the Jowish Theologi unary.
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Friday. November 22, 1974
Reviewing plans for the Nov. 24 Margulius-Chabad House
dedication dinner are (from left to right) cochairmen Me-
nashe Hirsch, Irwin Block and Rabbi Abraham Korf.
Rabbi David Lehrfield To Speak "** c"-"ky
At Margulius-Chabad Dinner Sunday
Rabbi Dr. David Lehrfield of
Knoseth Israel Congregation, hai
bei n named as guest speaker at
the .uarsjulius Chabad House
Ded Di iner Sunday at the
s a mil Hotel
I >i Ii -ii I is I n Ul b
of b >th the Hebrew AtaaV my and
lesivta ol Gr<..' r Miami. He
] former president of the Mi*
rachi of Greater Miami and the
eurrent president of ih' ortho-
dox Rabbiniral Council.
In 1972. Rabbi I ehrfiold re
eeived the coveted Shalom Award
for his outstanding work on be
half of Israel. Rabbi Lehrfield
i> ;.! present on the staff of the
Kiorid.i International l"ni\ rstt)
as atTadjuncJ lecturer InJudaiea
The affair Sunday will formal-
ly introduce Chabad House to
the Jewish community as both an
active youth center and an open
house of Jewish learning.
Chabad House, under the di-
rection of Lubavitch regional di-
rector Rabbi Abraham Korf. has
already initiated a diverse series
ol programs which are designed
to increase the involvement of
Jewish youth in religious life.
The activities include the Free
School for Jewish Studies, the
Machon Chana Women's Semi-
nar, the many faceted tefilin.
Sabbath candle and charity
drives and the on-going program
RABBI DAVID LIHRFIUD
of live-in Sabbaths. The Luba-
vitchers also take a highly active
role in spreading community
awareness of holiday rituals and
meanings.
"This dinner will be a particu-
larly joyous event as it marks
a true symbolic landmark in the
religious life of the entire Jew-
ish community.'' raid Rabbi Lehr-
field. "Chabad House, through
its openness and sense of pur-
pose, is going to have an enor-
mous influence in our commu-
nity."
Temple Sinai Of North Dade Opens
Mortgage Redemption Campaign
An enthusiastic meeting of the
Pacesetter Division workers
launched Temple Sinai's $750,000
M h te .; lien Campaign
Nov. 0 Aaron Podhurst. one of
the scneral chairmen, announced
that S310.0CO in pre-oampaign
gifts had been raised from just
14 fnm lias.
Presiding at the meeting was
general campaign chairman. Mrs.
Maxine Schwartz; who stated that
success Of the S750.OOO effort was
guaranteed by the tremendous
pre-campaisn effort. "We can
over-subscribe this drive." she
declared, "if each of our mem-
bers i- seen."
Other general chairmen of the
camDai-'n serving with Aaron
Podhm-t and Maxine Schwartz,
ate Harold Greene. Norman
Klein md Stanley Lane.
Harold Greene d-clared that
fhe temnle membership was pro-
vided with a great building and
nderful education for their
children, with the undcr^t.ir-ding
and promise that the building
cot would b- m-t in the future.
"The future is now." he d"clared.
"Wo must meet an obligation
which we should have met years
aeo."
Norman Klein stated that
cap'tal fund MMSMh are routine
in all ott 1"* thron
tlw countrv. He exhorted the
camnaicn workers tn demand far
the 'emi'e "win' bel""<"; to *he
'. if we a--,- ever to become
;, invent, self rig institu-
tioi "
f'h-i'rmin ctin'e-- I ane joined
V'i'h I'l'i InhS"" "mh
""I *V. Jav ^''"'n.
in the rl< ibnti )ii of 15''
r cards.
The meeting also included ad-
dresses by Kenneth Schwartz,
president, anil Rabbi Ralph P.
Kingley. Mr. Schwartz declared,
"I am thrilled with what I see.
We have finally matured as a
temple."
Rabbi King-Ivy. spiritual lead-
er of Temple Sinai of North
Dade, echoed Ma-. Schwartz's
statement by saying, "We should
he enormously proud of our-
selves and I am sure we will be
prouder still when our campaign
goes over the top in the coming
weeks."
Torah Seroll Is ,
Being Dedieated
A new Torah Seroll will be
I resi nted to the Kailandale Jew-
ish Center and dedicated at the
Sabbath Eve S< rvice, Friday at
8:00 p.m.
The Torah Seroll is the gift of
Mrs. Salee Retchman. At the
ial service for the purpose.
Mrs. Itcichman will present the
Torah and Jack Spiegel, presi-
dent of the Congregation, will
deliver an acceptance address.
The service will be conducted
by Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz and
Cantor Jacob Danziger. A
|iii;ite musical selections will be
chanted by Cantor Dan/iger and
the Congregational Choir under
the direction of tfrs, Helen
Schw ai t/
Especially prepared respon-
sive readings will he part of the
e. Rabl i Schwartz a
liver the dedicatory address An
; Shabbat for th? congrega-
tion the sot vice.
Actor Appearing
At Temple Israel
Sunday Morning
One of the great actors of
modern times. Morris Carnovsky.
makes a rare personal appear-
ance as part of
the Greenfield
Series Sunday
morning at
Temple Israel
of Greater Mi-
ami. His per-
formance be-
gins at 10 a.m.
A limited num-
ber of tickets
are still avail-
able for non-
subscribers.
Charnovsky,
star of stage, screen and tele-
vision, will provide a diversified
two hour program of the wide-
ranging talents that have brought
him fame on Broadway. Holly-
wood and the Yiddish theatre.
Most of his works will be from
Shoiem Aleichem and Peretz:
"The Purim Feast.'" "Geteel,"
"Dreyfus in Kasrilaka," and
"Menachem Mendel."
However, Carnovsky's great
reputation as a Shakespearean
actorlast year he did an entire
season for the American Shake-
speare Theatre called "Ah. Wil-
ly"will Ih- revealed here when
he does several excerpts from
King Lear, a role which gained
him international fame. He has
also promised to do at least one
sketch in Yiddish.
Carnovsky was a principal of
both the Theatre Guild and the
Group Theatre, created major
roles in Clifford OdeU' play, and
had outstanding parts in such
films as "The Life of Emile
Zola," Rhapsody in Blue" and "A
View from the Bridge." His lat-
est was a lead in "The Gambler"
which was shown recently in Mi-
ami theaters.
Thanksgiving
Partv Sunday At
Douglas Gardens
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary. Jewish Home and Hospital
for the Aged, will hold its annual
Thanksgiving party at Douglas
Gardens. 152 NE 52nd St., Sun-
day at 2 p.m.
Mrs. Lawrence Silvcrman,
president, will greet and wel-
come all guests. Program chair-
man. Mrs. Louis Makovsky has
arranged for a musical program
featuring Morton Reid and his
orchestra. Refreshments will be
served. The public is cordially
Invited,
The Auxiliary will hold its reg-
ular luncheon meeting Tuesday
noon in the Delano Hotel, with
Mrs. Silvcrman presiding.
Morris Pearlstein. retired di-
rector of the Home, will be a
guest speaker at this meeting.
Reservations may be made by
calling Anne Tanenbaum, Benny
Jaffa or Rose Roth.
A>
Rabbinical Advisory Council
Adopls Resolution On I^-iot-it^
1 The Rabbinical Advisory Council' of t'hV United ^sVX
peal adopted a resolution st the meant 43rd Ganeral Assembly
oT toe Council ol Jewish Fe*s*tk and Welfare Funds which
m' The^o'ution, which was read to the Council at it, Plenary
Session, reads:
974
-The Rabbinical Advisory-
Council of the I nited Jewish Ap-
peal, representing a cross-section
of the American-Jewish religious
community, convened at an extra
ordinary session of the General
Assembly of the Council of Jew
ish Federations and Welfare
Funds, and fully recognizing the
many vital issues affecting
American-Jewish life today, be-
lieves that the fate of Israel now
hangs in the balance
"We, therefore, summon our
colleagues to lead the American
Jewish community in recogniz-
ing that Israel's need for sur
viva! i> the top pri i ity at the
pre'ent tin e.
"We call upon our colleagues
in the American-Jewish rabbinate
to involve themselves even more
deeply in the work of their re-
spective Federations and to of-
fer their services to their local
communities md Federations to
the end that this decision may be
implemented
"We strongly urge that the
local Federations take advai
of the willingness of th"ir local
rabbis to offer themselves to the
ii-nr'emer.tation of this sat re i
causa."
Attending the General Assem-
bly from th'1 local rabbinate were
Rabbi Ralph P Kingsley, of Tern
pie Sinai of North Dade. presi-
dent of the Rabbinical Associa-
tion of Greater Miami: Rabbi
Solemn Schiff, director of Chap-
laincy of the Greater Miami Jew-
Ish Federation, executive vice
president of the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation, and a member of the
Rabbinical Advisory Council;
Rabbi Stanley A Ringler. Area-
Director of the Hillel Jewish Stu-
dent Center at the Universit;. of
Miami, and secretary of the Rab-
binical Association; Rabbi Av-
rom L. DratJn of Temple Israel
ol Miramar, treasurer of the Rab-
binical A sociation, and presi-
dent of the Broward Board of
Kabbis; and Rabbi Arthur
Abrams of Temple Emanu-Fl of
Fort Lauderd ile
In the wake of this week's
guerrilla attack on the border
town of Beit Sh en, Rabbi King*
lev declared that the Advisory
Council resolution "has taken on
even greater importance. In this
barbaric Arab gut rrilla attack on
the inhabitants of Beit Shean,
four Israeli citizens were mas-
sacred and 20 were injured.
"Once again 'he bloody hands
the terroii.'ts have taken inno-
cent lives." ho added. We call
Upon the decent citizens and gov-
ernments of th- world to con-
demn tbase acts of terrorism in
no uncertain terms and to do
what is necessary to bring an im
mediate end to this lawlessness."
Lucy Estrins PET Seminar Will
Highlight "Federation Tuesday''
One of the most dynamic per-
sonalities in South Florida, "Par-
ent Effectiveness Training" ex-
pert Lucy Estrin. will conduct a
seminar at Federation Tuesday
next week in the Deauville Hotel.
"Raising Responsible Jewish
Adults" will be the topic shared
by Ms. Estrin and her audience,
all of whom might better be re-
ferred to as "participants" in a
session with this exciting woman.
Federation Tuesday is the
largest community education day
of the year sponsored by the
Grt iter Miami Jewish Federa-
i n Women's Division,
Ms Estrin'i seminar will be
just one of four taking place
Tuesday morning, others include
The Beauty of Aging'' with
geriatrics specialists Fred Ilirt.
Dr. Charles Bebsr and Dr. Jack
Skigen: "Humanizing Jewish
Education" with unowned edu-
cator Abraham J. Gittelson; and
"Jewish Sexuality and Family
Relations" with nationally-known
Dr. Irving Greenberg.
Participants in all the m .:n
ing seminars will join for lunch.
ll/Cr fSTJNN
and there they will enjoy an ap-
pearance by special guest David
Susskind. one of America's most
distinguished television produc-
ers and personalities.
Reservations and information
about Federation Tuesday are
available now by contacting the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa
tion Women's Division at 576-
4000.
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Rosenbauni, Flint Elected By
Wometco Board Of Directors
The Wometco Enterprises. Inc.
board of directors has elected
i al B. Rosenbauni corporate vice
president risk management and
insurance, and Harold Funt cor
porate vice president, real estate.
A graduate of the University
Miami. Rosenbauni joined Wo
in 1063 as executive as-
: to the senior vice presi-
n efaltgfl of real estate and
.nee He was named direc
r of corporate risk management
nsurance in i!'7.'i
Active in civic and profossinn-
... affairs. Rosenbauni. a resident
n; South Miami, is currently .scrv-
.ng as president of the learning
billies Foundation at Barn,'
College, a director of the
American Society for Insurance
Management, and as director of
probation, rehabilitation and
for the City of South Mi-
ami He :> li-ted in "Who's Who
in Ri-k Management "
Funt joined Wometco in 1369
assistant director of real es-
tatc and was promoted to direc
Harold funt
Co/ Rosenbaum
tor in lf70 II,. had previously
been ; real estate broker in .Mi-
ami for 12 year-.
Funt. his wife, Hannah, and
one son reside in North Miami
Beach. His participation in civic
and professional affairs includes
membership in the Miami-Dado
Chamber of Commerce. Miami
Board of Realtors. Florida Board
of Realtors. National Association
of Real Estate Brokers, and the
National Association of Location
Analysts.
Attorney Irvine Spear Chairman
Of Ner Tainifl Bonds Dinner Dee. 1
Miami Beach attorney Irvine
' >;\ ir has been named chair-
of the 1974 Temple Ner
id-Israel Manor of Msec
which wil! be held at the Bdetl
Roc Hotel Sunday, Dec. l. ac-
cording to Dr. Eugene Laboviii,
tual leader of the Miami
Beach congregation.
Former municipal judge of
.i" Spear is on th I
tors of 'he Uiami B i b
\ md i-, a mem
th i Dad County, Florid:.
and American Bar Associations
II" i- also affiliated with the
la kcadeno of Trial law
yen and the American Trial
I awyen tase i ition
Spear i- fornvi chairman of
the I) :inl of iVmnlo Ner Tamid
and past president of the North
Lodge of B'nai B'rith He
has also served as commander of
the North Shore Jewish War
Veterans
Chairman of the Democratic
Executive Committee from 19o"6
i 1 <*70. Spear formerly was pros
ident of the North Shore Opti-
misl Clu'i and govern >r of the
of Florida Optimist Clubs,
Mr and Mrs Charles Newman
mm c. srtAR
are to he honored at the Temple
Ner Tamid Israel Bonds dinner-
dance. They have been selected
8 recipient- of the State of Is-
rael Masada Award, presented
for notable achievement and
service in fortifying the econom-
ic foundations of I.-rael through
the Israel Bonds program. Louis
Oohen is president of Temple
Ner Tamid.
Benjamin Shulinaii Elected To Board
(>f Miami Beach Symphony < Irchestra
Benjamin i Bhuhnan, chair
man of the u rd of the Bank
of Miami Beach, h b eleel l
I i the hoard of directors of the
ii Symphony Or-
ch -tra
The Bank ;>f Miami Beach has
be 'i .. inn':.' supporter of Use
Miami Beach Symphony Or
tra for ii -. director
pointed out in
aufteuncmg Shulman's election.
n elected
ord and executive com
mitt-e of tht Florida Committee
for Bar-Dan Uaiveraitj Bar Uan
is located in Kama' Gen, sister
ot Miami Beach 1:1 Israel.
Mayor Harold Roaen of Miami
Beach, cochairman of Hie Florida
Family Breakfast Sunday
At Temple THereth Jacob
There will be a family break
fast at Temple Tifereth Jacob
Sunday between 10 and 11 a.m.
Baucis and lo\ will be served a-
no charge under the chairman-
ship ot Mrs Idl Kis.ninaii: res
ervatioiu are ran, lired. All mem
friends cordially invit-
ed.
The speak.- will lie Rabbi
n Kolondek. Me will Ih> the
"Sholom Al 1 'hem" and Will tell
Bible and other stories.
BENJAMIN I. SHULMAN
Committee for Bar I Ian Univer-
sity, announced Shulman's ac-
ceptance. Shulman has been ac-
tive in support ol TemDle F.manu-
El and if I.ehrnian Hay School.
Shulman. a Miami Beach at-
torney, was admitted to the
Florid.. Bar in IMS and to the
Rhode Island Bar in H>40 He is
a magna cum laude graduate of
Brown University, h,re hi' was
electid to Phi Beta Kappa, and
red hi- Doctor of 1 aw de-
gree from Harvard law Si
lie served 1- a Uniu 1
Naval officer during World War
II.
Bed Cross Trvinji
To Aid Deceased
Veterans" Family
a/
Red Cross Service to military
families and veterans is initiat
ing a new community project
Thi> is a "oncentrated effort to
reach widows and children ot
newly deceased veterans instead
of waiting for these people to
come to them for help. Red Cross
volunteers are reaching out for
those in need of financial as
- -. nee yet unaware of VA bene-
fits for which they are eligible.
I inc. obituary columns and
with the cooperation of funeral
directors who advise on VA
burial benefits. Red Cross work
era -Mil try to reach as many as
possih'e. Information will be
given on pen8ion8, plus educa-
tional and medical benefits for
which they may qualify.
For some time RC caseworkers
have been especially concerned
for the older, possibly ill and
unemployed widows and younger
women with school-age children.
Cooperating with VA staff. Red
Cross attempts to help them.
Fifty-seven years and four
war- after it first began assist
ing veterans of U.S. Armed Forc-
es and their families, finds Red
Cross helping thousands of ex-
servicemen and dependents each
year with applications for vari-
ous benefits and post-discharge
problems involving adjustment to
civilian life.
In Dade Countv alone, accord
ing to J. W. Alfred, chairman if
Service to Military Families and
Veterans, more than 6 083 veter
ans and their families were aid-
ed in tlie last year. At the sam !
time, more than 3.365 active sen
icemen and dependents also re-
ceived Red Cross assistance.
S i". ce 11 Military Fam
and Veterans volunteers spear
'hi- new progr 'ii are
Mr- 1I >ne Bru iger, i' rnard
Moskowitz and Benin Totter.
Hi-Rise Complex
To Be Cited As
Building of Month
A complex of high-rise struc-
tures located in a tropical en-
vironment is the selection of the
Miami Committee on Ecology
and Beautlfication for the No-
vember "Building of the Month"
award.
Chairman E. Albert Ballot, and
Selections I'nit chairman Alfred
Browning Barker have announc-
ed that "Towers of Key Bis-
cayne" will receive the citation
for "proper use of local materi-
al, cr'-atng a warm human en-
vironment, and development of
an unusual and aesthetic land-
scape design."
Owners of the handsome resi-
dential complex are Stephen
Muss Associates .m<\ Equita
Life Assurance Society of the
U.S.
Arch tects on the proji
.11 and Associates,
1 1 isultanl was
Arthur Leibell, Buih 1
er il t ltractor was Millman Con-
structs '.my. and Walter
l ..ft Br idshav \-- ici ites of 1
Lauderdale were the landsca
designers,
Mr Muss will receive the ci-
tation ..! a public luncheon me
ing al noon Friday, Nov. 22. in
the Columbus Hotel. With mem-
bers of Miami's City Commission
in attendance
Guesl speaker at the luncheon
will be Hon. Chesterfield Smith.
immediate past president of the
American Bar Association,
Reservations may be made
with Mrs, Lizabeth Martell, sec-
retary.
ART FESTIVALNew Town
, l iki will hold its 10th
annual Arts Festival Saturday,
ji,. 7 Cosp "..hi are the
- 1 akes v
and the Miami Like- Bam R c-
"i Cento: n| Dade <
Bark & Rccrc;
FR/WC/S HOOPER, EDITH IK MA SI EG EL
Dec. 7 Dinner Highlights
Home Furnishings Campaign
Horn? Furnishings and
Fash,, ns Industry of Greater Mi-
ami will culminate to first an-
nual Israel Bonds campaign with
an Israel Dinner of State at the
Kit n Roc Hotel Saturday, Dec. 7,
it has been annoum 1 bj Kobe-t
I, g< ner.! campaign chair-
man of the Great t Mi uni Israel
Band 1 trganhtal I
Slat to be honored a( the
Israel Bonds gala dJ inerdance
are two 1 n 1 in the
Home Furnishings and Fashi ms
". H001 er and Edil 1
. Siegi Thej have b n se
lected a pients oi the State
of I.-rael Masada Award, pn
ed "for distinguished achieve
menl nnd service in creating bet-
1 mderstanding among all men
and women and for outstanding
support 0) Israel s economl? de-
velopment as a sister democ-
racy"
Mrs Ssagal ban had a distin-
guished career in the field of
interior design. She has actively
participated in the Florida chap
tar of the National Society of In-
terior Designers, having served
that organisation as president,
chairman of the b ;ard. and na
tional representative She is also
a member of the Nati nal Home
! the Mil tn
chapter of Dt c ral >r- and De
1 u ni In-
t mational 1
on
Mrs S -'' is a of a
of Jev id
'
W( 1 >n's ORT, \ tl
e- 1 v, omen,
v n, th' Ct
1 Vi Child]
1 fo:
D ide li -ritag -. Ti
u ho ui and the Mi
ami ii' nrt 1 latitute im li sry.
Mrs, Hoooer has al 0 ;
of South l"l ". ida's leading 1 idies
in kntei ii de ign, and i- a mem-
ber of NSID. A ID. and th"1
Decorator; and Designers G
(Miami chapter).
Although not of the Jewish
faith Mrs. Hooper has an excep-
tional devotion for the SI te of
Israel She has travelled to taael
on ei^Mt diffen n 0 since
and 1- a frequn1 \
to Pal- -tine before it became Is-
S'i h 1- studied H'l)]'""
and i-. well ver 1 d on the 01 '
Teatat
Mrs. Hooper has 1 many
I. in 1973.
>' '- selected for Inclusion in th i
\ ef Human
search Institute In 1872, she was
hated among the Two Thousand
Women of Achievement and. in
1973, she as listed in the World
- Who of v.onu n.
Spearheadin the Israel B tnds
ci mpaign in the Home Furnish-
ings and Fashion Industry are
Bob liu'i ::-' Norman Seidler
and Hi rr; Hi
Diabetes Week Nov. 17-23
1: He detection
drive is high! by Diabetes
Week. N IV. IT to N'V. 23. The
diabetes detection drive is soon-
annual!) by the Dade
County Medical Association and
the American Diabetes Associa-
tion, according to Dr. Seymour
L. Alterman. chairman of the
Diabetic Detection Committee of
the Dade Count} Medical Society.
Free test. are b"ine provided in
six Dado Counts locations.
COMPANION
to live with elderly lady. Ocean
front Miami Beach apartment.
Must be in good health and have
qcod disossition. Room nod board
furnished Give all details first
letter. A. 1. Witfen, Box 2244, Gas-
tonia N.C. 2S052
BAL KORAH
WANTED
for small Crthodsx Cont"r?gation,
for Saturday mornings only.
W rite U.K., Box 012973, Miami
W1C1
JEWISH MOTHER'S
HELPER WANTED
in exchange for room & board.
Near every convenienceshopping,
buses, and beaches, Miami Beach.
Call 532-8691.
HOUSE FOR SALE
3 bedrooms 2bath w w carpet
AC half block from Temple
B'nai Raphael K.MB area Priced
for quick sale call 621-0850.
Conservative Congregation
NEEDS ABIE MAN TC CONDUCT
FRIDAY N'GHT AND SABBATH
SERVICES AND READ TORAH.
865-6511, Apt. 404


Pcae 12-B
+Jenisli Ehradfon
Friday, November 22. 1974
Over 300 concerned residents qathered to
hear Dade County Mayor Stephen P. Clark
and other civic end religious leaders issue
an indictmrnt of Ycs;ir Arafat and the Pal-
estine Liberation Organization. In addition
to Mayer Clark, who served as honorary
chairmen of the event, the group heard City
of Miami Mayor Maurice Ferre; Miami City
Commissioners Canon Theodore R. Gibson
and Rose Gordon; Coral Gablsi City Com-
missioner Bill Chapman; Father Frank O'-
Laughlin of the St. John the Apostle Church;
Father Demosthenes J. Mekras of the St.
Scphia Greek Orthodox Church; Frank Ma-
grath, director of the National Conference
of the Christians and Jews; Rev. Jack Cas-
sidy, director of Community Organization of
the Christian Community Service Agency;
Dade County Commissioner Rev. Edward
T. Graham; and Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley,
president of the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami.
American Savings and Loan has opened its newest office,
the second in Broward County, at the corner of University
Drive and West Broward Boulevard in Plantation. Among
the guests at the opening ceremonies were (left to right)
Ralph Krssge, director; Morris N. Broad, president; Dr. Louis
Lyiton, director; William Britton, manager; Plantation Mayor
Jack L. Carter; Captain M. E. Crist, director; J. M. Lelchuk,
director and Shepard Broad, chairman of the board.
Hal Spaet won the race to
fill the vacancy created by
Miami Beach Councilman
Murray Meyerson's eleva-
tion to Vice Mayor. Council-
man Spaet, an attorney,
gained popularity serving as
counsel for senior citizens,
and received strong support
from the Tenants Association
of Florida.
The Beth Sholom Sisterhood Gift Shop formally opened on
Oct. 16. Here Mrs. Harold Vinik and Mrs. James S. Knopke,
newly appointed cochairmen, point with pride to the new
merchandise just received from Israel.
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz (left), spiritual leader of Beth Torah
Congregation, presents the State of Israel Masada Award
to Mr. and Mrs. Seymour S. Rosen at the Beth Torah Israel
Dinner of State. At right are Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Ziffer,
chairmen of the Israel Bonds event. Rosen, president of the
North Miami Beach congregation, and his wife were hon-
ored by Israel Bonds for their service and leadership in
advancing Israel's progress and welfare.
The Brotherhood and Sister-
hood of Temple Beth Sholom
sponsored a "Getting-To-
Know-You" dinner-dance in
honor of Beth Sholom's new
members Nov. 16 in the tem-
ple's auditorium. Harold Vi-
nik is Brotherhood president;
Mrs. Irving Miller is Sister-
hood president.
AST EXHIBIT Washington
Fcd&al S i 1. Association ish
nting an exhibit of paint
ings by Lev Mills at its main of
ficc, 1701 Meridian Ave., Miami
Beach, through Dec. 20. A native
of Tallahassee. Mills received a
B.A. degree from Florida A and
M University; M.A. and M.F.A.
degrees from the University of
Wisconsin, and a post-graduate
certificate from the Slade School
of Fine Arts at th?. University
of London
Women's Auxiliary To Meet
A m2ting of the Women's
Auxiliary of the Miami Beach
Hebrew Home for the Aged will
be held at the Delano Hot*]
Wednesday noon. Snack luncheon
will be available. Mrs. Sarah
Levin is presiding.
A delegation representing all segments of the South Florida
community and led by Dade County Mayor Stephen P.
Clark and Miami Mayor Maurice Ferre. gathered on the
Dade County Court House steps to publicly issue an in-
dictment of Yassir Arafat and the Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization. The terrorist organization, which claims respon-
sibility for acts of murder, kidnapping, piracy, and robbery
around the world, has been given official status in the
United Nations General Assembly. Seen at the podium in-
troducing the indictment, which was issued by the "Grand
Jury of Public Opinion of Informed Residents of South Flor-
ida" is Bernard S. Mandler, chairman of the Greater Miami
jewish Federation's Community Relations Committee, c:
ganizers of this display of concern.
Newjy elected State Representative Elaine Bloom has re-
ceived special recognition bom Dade County Manager R.
Ray Goode for her participation as a member cf the Dade
and Monroe County Manpower Planning Council. Goode,
as chairman of MPC. cited Mrs Bloom for her work, par-
ticularly in representing the inteiests of women for better
job training and job placement. She has served on the
Council for the past two years. Today's program in the two
county area is serving 20,000 people with job training and
placement, with most of the funding coming from the Fed-
eral Department of Labor.
A major demonstration on behalf of the oppressed Jews oi
oVtu'h n W P^rd JOr DeC" 10' "* 50.000 letters
oj.wtsh prisoners will be delivered for mailing by impor-
HlaP; Lm < % Plan"ing fr ,he "Women W-a^
GokhnJJ 9r I ST* JeWry" are aeft lo right) Bemice
Goldmark. Zionist Affairs chairman of the Miami Chapter
ond Wome^'' SSS ^ 19?4 Women's Plea ^airman
gress San R ^ST ^ l 'he *"** >h Cn'
S Bnal W^i^dS- PreSiden, f *" **** **><* Coun-
^C^^w^^ P-den, South
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Friday, November 22. 1974
* knistr fhrHinr-
Pag 13-B
Bar Mitzvah
-X *
MARK WEISBKR42
Mark Alan. Son of Mr and
Mrs. Julian Weisberg. 7510 SW
117th St., will be called to the
Torah as a Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day, Nov. 23, at Beth David Con-
gregation.
Mark is an eighth grade stu-
i?nt at Palmetto Junior High
School and has studied at Beth
David's Religious School three
) M i
A reception will be held at the
Weisberg home in celebration of
WE CATER
to the
BAR MITZVAH
YOUNG MAN
MettonaHy Known
Meirafectvrers...
HNEOOMII KNITS.
i KHYISTlf. BLENDS,
PUii AcMmnas
DOR WIN'S
1572 WASHINGTON AVE..
532 4061
Mr.
Stuart Silvtr Robin Berger
LESLEY SOl.TZ
On Thanksgiving Day. Thurs-
d v. Nov. 28. at 10:30 a m in th
Main Sanctuary ol Beth David
, segregation, 2*525 SW Third
Are, Leiley Beth youngeit
jhter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerrj
v il I-- Bat Mitzvah
Ml li Ml X' A i- .. i >'
Hadassah l.-ader. and the entire
family is kmwn throughout the
community. They lived in the
Southwest area of the city until
their Aliyah in 1971 This will
be a unique ceremony with an
I ratli girl returning to her na-
tive community and the sy:ia
l >gue where she was named and
whore her father was Bar Mitz
van.
An Israeli brunch will follow
- services on Thanksgiving
Cay.
^r ii i:
Devid tngler
tlie occasion. Among the guests
wi I be Mark's grandparents,
and Mrs. Marl S ana and
Mrs, Ben VYeisbei ;.
RUSSELL ADLER
R ssel', the son ol Mr. and
Mrs Elliott a Her, will beco
Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Nov. 23,
at Temple Beth El, Hollywood.
The celebrant is a student at
Nova Mi Idle School, where he
is in the eighth grade.
Sharing in the day's festivities
will be Russell's grandparents.
Mrs. Jennie Adler of Hallandale
and Mr. and Mrs. Sol Gersch of
Bay Harbor Islands; Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Adler of New York
and Nancy and Stefan Adler of
I ondon, Kngland.
MICHAEL BERNSTEIN
The worship services Satur-
day. Nov. 23. at Temple Or Olom
will include the Bar Mitzvah of
Michael Brian, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Bernstein. 2001 SW
82nd Ct.
The celebrant is a seventh
grade Student at West Miami
Junior High School.
Michael's parents will sponsor
the Kiddush following the serv-
ices in honor of the occasion.
Among the guests will be his
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Bernstein and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Goodman: his aunt. Mrs.
Helen Mont, of New York City.
and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bern-
stein, his aunt and uncle from
New Jane/.
STUART SILVER
Stuart, -on of Mr. and Mrs. Sig-
n-und Silver, will become Bar
Mitzvas Saturday. Nov. 23, at
Temple Emanu-El.
Stuart is an eighth ^rade stu-
i it m the Lehmrn Day School
The celebrant wili be honored
v itfa a lun iheon a' the Voiain
His erandfather. Morris Silver.
will attend the event
dent at West Miami Junior High
School. She plays drums and pi-
ano, and is a member of the
I'SY.
Mr. and Mrs. Berger will host
an open house and buffet dinner
at their home Saturday at 8 p.m.
in honor of their daughter.
Among the guests will be Rob-
in's grandparents, Pearl Berger
and Mr. and Mrs. Nat Fechtner,
Steve and Sandie Berger of
U.st bury. N.Y., Bette, David
and Glen Bryman of Atlanta,
Ga., and Maun and Kitty Rack
of London, England.
it
SARALYN SCHULMAN
The late Friday evening serv-
ices at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion Nov. 22 will include the Bat
Mit.vuh of Saralyn, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Schulman.
Her bi ithers, Andrew and Da-
vid, will join in the celebration.
Saralyn is a student at the
Hebrew Academy of Greater Mi-
ami, where she is in the eighth
gra le.
Mr. and Mrs. Schulman will
sponsor the Oneg Shabbat fol-
lowing the services. The special
guests will include Mr. and Mrs.
William Jackowitz and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Arbitblit.
Adult Education Program
Begins Dec. 4 at Hallandale
The Hallandale Jewish Center
Adult Education Program will
begin Wednesday, Dec. 4. A
class in conversational Hebrew
will be given by Mrs. Helen E.
Schwartz at 10:00 a.m. At 8:30
p.m.. a course in Bible Apprecia-
tion will te presented by Rabbi
Harry E. Schwartz.
At the opening sessions.
Wednesday morning and
Wednesday evening, registration
will be held. These courses are
open to all members of the Jew-
ish faith. Dr. Beryl Alstodt is
chairman.
Elks Lodge Thanksgiving
Dinner And Dance Thursday
The Miami Beach Elks Lodge
Thanksgiving dinner and dance
will be held from 4 p.m. to 10
p.m. Thursday, Nov. 28, at the
clubhou-e. 720 West Ave., Rich-
ard P. Bernard, exalted ruler, an
nouneed
Jack Bernard is chairman for
the event; Mel Bernstein and Tex
Walker are cochairmen

. .
DAVID ENGLER
David Michael Ftaglr. con of
Mr and Vr; M*r*d En1T. vi'l
become Bar Mitzvah Saturday.
Nov. 23, at Temple Eroamn-B.
Band is an. eighth erad stu-
(j, .t ,., .v.,, i hrrp m Bay School
The celebr.i-' will !>* honored
wth a rcei>tic*i at the Miss
Florida. Hh ?randnv>*hers, Mr.
R ..,. k -_.| aid Mrs. OlgS
K hai w;H at:--d the oven'.
EDWABD WERRIV
Edward, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Carton Werbin, "ill observe
hit Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah
Contraction Bat irday mornine.
Nov. 23, chanting the Haftorah
and conducting i portion of the
Shabbat services
The celebrant is a student in
tV Hebrew Academv .if Greater
Miami, where he is In the eighth
e-ade. He is the Academy's
Spelling Champion.
Edward's parents will sponsor
th*> Kmd'!--h followin" the *rv-
ices in his honor. The guests
will include Wolf Werbin and
Mr and Mrs. Jacob Spumberg.
ir it it
ROBIN BERGER
Rohin Anita Berber will cel-
ebrate her Bat Mitzvah during
the Hawialah services at Temple
Or Olom Saturday. Nov. 23.
The celebrant, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Be jer, 1711 SW
85tli Cf., is an eighth grade stu-
Dr. Michelson Speaking
Dr. Donald D. Michelson, pro-
! isor of history at Miami-Dade
Community College, will speak
on "What is This Jewish Heri-
tage?" Friday night (Nov. 22)
during the 8:30 p.m. service at
Temple Emanu-El of Miami
Beach. 1701 Washington Ave.
Dr, Michelson is a former di-
rector of XUc B'nai B'rith Hillel
Four..'alion at the University of
Miami.
Lasky To Head Israel Bonds
Cash Collections Campaign
Arnold Lasky of Miami Beach
has been appointed chairman of
a social Israel Bonds cash col-
lections drive to be carried on
through the end of 1971, Robert
L. Siegel. general campaign
chairman of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization, has
announced.
Siegel emphasized that be-
es Be "t Israel's "unprecedented
financial burdens, we must a
a cash, collections effort to help
Israel overcome Its very serious
economic problems." Siege] was
referring to the collection by-
Dec, .'il of outstanding commit-
ments for Israel Bonds pledged
earlier this year.
Late last week. Israel's Fi-
nance Minister. Yehoshua Rali-
nowitz, appealed to the Amer-
ican Jewish communit f for wid-
er response to the Israel Bond
campaign. Siegel responded to
Minister Rabinowitz's message
stating that "the very least we
in South Florida can do is step
up our own efforts in the com-
munity and bring in the out-
standing cash dollars Israel needs
now more than ever before."
Shortly after Israel announced
sweeping austerity measures as
well as devaluation of the pound,
the Finance Minister said that
the continued decline of Israel's
foreign economic reserves from
an already "dangerously low
ARNOLD LASKY
level" had forced the govern-
ment to adopt a new economic
policy of stringent measures, in
addition to "the heavy burden
of taxation, compulsory loans,
and other forms of austerity al-
ready being borne on an increas-
ing scale by our people."
lasky, a member of the Ad-
visory Committee of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization,
is a practicing Miami Beach at-
torney. A graduate of Brooklyn
I aw School, he is a member of
the Florida Bar Association.
Mesivta Senior High School
To Honor 14 Of Its Alumni
The Me ivta Louis Merwitzer
Hi?h Schooi will honor 14 of its
graduates at the annual dinner
to be held Sunday, Dec. 8. the
Brat eve of the Chanuka Festi-
val, at the Saxcny Hotel. Mi-
ami Beach.
In a joint statement by Judge
Norman Ciment. chairman, and
Nathaniel Zemel, cochairniaa.
they announced, "An elaborate
program is being prepared by
tl>? Mcivti's student body fea-
turing the fourteen honorees who
reside in the Miami area and
occupy Important positions in
various professions. care?rs. and
Recording For The Blind
Greater Miami Section Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
has organized a new program
"Recording For The Blind." At
present, the women are record-
ing one l)ook for a local elemen-
tary school, and another for a
handicapped man. If anv one is
in need of this service, they may-
call or wiite to Sharon Gold-
berg, 7460 SW 141st St.. Miami.
Florida 33138.
in the world of commerce and
industry."
Gue^t speaker will be Rabbi
Zev Leff. Mesivta alumnus who
is current.y spiritual leader of
the Young Israel of North Miami
Beach.
"The honorees represent the
graduating clfti sea of the 14 years
of the liesivta's existence." Mos-
es J. Orundwerg, president, said.
The school's unique education-
al curriculum provides an inten-
sive Torah studies program in
synthesis with a rich general
coure of studies, Pibbi Milton
Simon, the Mesivta's adminis-
trator, stated.
The graduates to be honored
are Abby Berkowitz. hotel indus-
try: Hi ward Bi' neafeld, glass in-
dustry: Larry Cimrnt. M.D.; Ivan
Fuerman. Professor of English;
Al B. Galbut. afornev; Rus?ell
Ga'but. accountant; -Wiles Kutt-
1 r. D.D.S.; Mel Larnsr, D.D.S.;
Jo eph Lit. iwich, produce indus-
try: Yitzchak Marcus. Rabbi;
David Muhlrad. hotel industry;
Stew a Rantz. social worker; and
So! Weiss, attorney.
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Page 14-B
*Jewist> fh>rklar
Friday. November 22, 1974
Dr. Arveh Nesher Is Second
Sundav Morning Forum Guest
Dr. Arycti Nesher, United
StatM representative of 0*8
Prime Minister of Israel, will
speak at Temple F.manu El of
Miami Beach Sunday, Dec. 1 His
appearance will mark the second
event of the congregation's 95th
anniversary Sunday Horning
Forum series, spen i red by thi
Temple F.manu El Men's I
Lawrence Schantz. aWanri
Beach attorney, is ch--r>- i >.r
the Forum commit:.*' h ar-
ranged the five-part Ml
Dr. Nestor is vk > pr aident
of the Univer ity of Haifa an I
former executive director of Is
rael's Peace Corps. "Sherut
I.a'am." which brought to the
Jewish State hundreds of
American and Canadian college
graduates for volunteer service.
He is a veteran of the ttrael
Army's IM8-48 War of Libera-
I ii H ,v:i. g -. il secretary of
Ci Com ttee Of Liber-
al d Jew i.i the U.S. Military
rma 13 after World
V. ir II. In 1 >M he joined the
I re '1 ,!i; i try of Labor and has
w.rkc.l in the service of the Is*
Gove? intent, the Jewish
A '',;. and the Israel Education
F 1! of 'he United Jewish Ap-
p ince then.
R lervattons for the 35th An-
.. 1- y Series may be made at
the temple office. Charles Rosen-
blatt is president of the Men's
Club and Murry Koretzky is co-
chairman of the Forum series
committee.
Leou Schaehter, Producer Of
Yiddish-American Vaudeville Here
Leon Schaehter, 74, actor-pro- |
ducer who brought Yiddish-
American theater to Miami
Beach, passed away Sunday,
Nov. 10. in New York City.
Mr, Schaehter was born in
Rumania in 1900, and his early
years were spent In Italy and
France. At the age of 19. he
joined the French Theater in
Montreal, Canada.
In the 1920s, Mr. Schaehter
moved to New York City, whore
he became the owner of his own
Yiddish theater, one of 12 In
New York at the time.
He operated his Yiddish the-
ater first in Miami, and then in
Miami Beach for over 27 years.
His Yiddish-American vaude-
friendship...
means someone cares
.GORDON FUNERAL HOME
I Serving the lewuh Community since U3S
ODTHODOI
CONSErWTIVf
WtfOBM SCWV'CES
IfmMM Coition (1946) IkeGortfon
I Hjrry Coition 11964 lamtt B Go'Oon
Telephone 858-5566 ._
UON SCHACHTER
ville revues ran at the Cinema
Theatre. L248 Washington Ave.,
for at least 16 years.
Mr. Schaehter and his wife,
Gitel Stein, produced, manage i.
directed, and acted as principal
performers in their shows.
He was a member of the Yid-
dish Actors I'nion, and the
American Guild of Variety Art-
ists.
Survivors include his wife,
Gertrude; two daughtt rs, Mrs.
Betty Predei icki Ruth; a
son, Sandy: brother Jacob
Schaehter; an Iren.
Services were hell in New
York.
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Miami Beach, Nruman.
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Qptn frtrr Day Closed Sabbath
140 SW 57m Avenue
Phone 266-2888
JZeviil
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"JEWISH tUSlHAL DIRECTORS''
tOCAL ANO OUT OF 8TATI
AMRANOIMENTS
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Cloverleaf
Wins Award
With Booth
Cloverleaf Chapter was the
winner of the Bazaar Booth
award at the recent "It's an ORT
World Bazaar" where all of the
chapters in Southeastern Florida
Region decorated their booths in
conjunction with the theme.
Winners of the contest receiv-
ed lithographs donated by Jerry
Felton of Decorator's Choice Art
Gallery.
The first place went to Clover-
leaf Chapter, whose booth por-
trayed the different countries
in which there are ORT instal-
lations
Second place went to Dade-
land Chapter whose efforts em-
phasized the need for trades, and
third place was awarded to Royal
Palm Chapter, whose members
scoured Dade County to have
merchandise for sale from all of
the 22 countries in which there
are ORT Schools.
Judging the efforts made by
the different chapters was Ch.
4's newscaster. Bob Mayer, and
Mrs. Magda Grossman, president
of Women's Jerusalem ORT.
APELMAN Bather, ol Miami Boh.
Rlvi rald<
CHANCEBERG. Szulim. 76. of
Mian Bead Blasberc
' iHEN Benjamin B" if Miami
Beach Blaaben
F1NKE1 BERO Bertha, J*. of Miami
Ide
ai'TTERMAN, Benxamln. 81. of Ml-
B<.. ii Levitt.
urn LANDER, Bmanuel : of Mi-
Qordon Intermeni Mount
\, i. i mi tery,
M" 'S C'.ain "l. of North Miami.
i ide
man Fred i H.. 5! >f M
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BHA\ IN Annie, it. of Booth Miami.
Rivet
STEIN, ii. rman L.. 76. of Miami.
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BEUGERW
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BERUM IN, Lou
ami Bench Levitt.
Ei SHERMAN, Abe L.. 83. of Miami.
FRIEDMAN Fannie, so. of Miami
Beai
GLOSMAN Rose. 76. of Miami
v-.i man
0RO38MAN. Irvimc. 68. of Miami
t'..... h Bktaberff".
HASSON. |i.,r,i. 74. .f Miami. Q
PETLUCK. IU. 7.1. of Miami I:
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PRESS, ilusale. 82. of Miami Beach.
I ilaabent
SKUBRMAN. Ida. 83. of Miami Beach.
l.erit.
SILVER Jack, 66. of Coral Oabls.
Gordon. Interment Mount Nebo
Cemetery.
Talking over plans for the 27th annual Scholarship Dinner
of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy are some of the
Miami Beach Hebrew day schools leaders, (from left) I. H.
Abrams, chairman of the executive committee; Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Gross, principal; Irving Firtel. president, and
Joseph H. Kanter. past chairman. Robert Russell is chair-
man of the Dec. 22 banquet and dance scheduled for the
Diplomat Hotel, at which the Hebrew Academy Choir will
South Shore Bonds Rally To
Honor Mavshie Friedberg
Mayshic Friedberg. the 93-
ycar-old dynamo of Jewish or-
ganizations in Miami Beach, will
hr honored by the Israel Bonds
Organisation at a "South Shore
Testimonial Rally'' at the South
Beach Auditorium Monday eve-
ning, Dec. 9, Robert L. Siegel.
general campaign chairman of
the Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organi-uution, has announced.
Mayshie, a native of Russia
who immigrated to Boston at the
ase of 19. has worked for Slate
of Israel Bonds since its incep-
tion in 1951. He has labored daily
as an unpaid worker in the Mi-
ami Beach office for the past 23
years, and his youthful figure is
a familiar sight in the reception
room of the Israel Bonds office
at 420 Lincoln Rd.
Mayshie is known and beloved
by thousands of people from high
1-ra h government officials to
pS STS-by on Washington Ave
I>espite his 93 year- he his prob-
ably appeared at more rallies,
dinners and parades, than any
other person on Miami Beach.
When asked about his com-
munity activities, he replies "I'm
involved with everything good."
An honorary member of the
i> ard if governors of the Great-
. Miami Israel Bond Organiza-
tion, Mayshie is on the hoard of
govern of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and the He-
brev Academj ll ,il > jenes
on t; ; i, i.ii-ii .if the Ji '
i-!; \' /. ma] Fund and on the
if the Eiiatadrut Founda-
tion.
A life member of P
Women M r. ihie i- a
d : of th Fl i il i Branch of the
Labor Zionist Alliani i
Among his numerous acti<
are memberships and pai
AMTSHIf FRIEDBflre
tion in B'nai B'rith. the United
Wav. the South Beach Communi-
ty Center, American Jewish Con-
gress. American Friends of the
Hebrew University. Zionist Or-
ganisation of America. American
Technion Society, People's Fo-
rum and United Cerebral Palsy.
The State of Israel Atzmaut
Award will be prcsenl'-d to M.iv
shie at the rally which will be
held in the South Beach A
torium i loth St and Ocean Or)
the first night of Chanukah, the
traditional Festival of I ights.
Admission to the rail I <
Tickets may be obtained at the
Israel Bonds office. 420 Lincoln
ii I S lite 2A, \i ich
ItGAl NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
VoTICE IS HI
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Mil I Rita r \:w\ <.~ ,1 P.O.
- Mi.mil >.
I" 1 i. th (ha
Clerk i Ik 'Ircull C >ui t ol 11 tda
SCOTT Ml I.i i
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NOTICE LNHER
FICT'TiOLS NAVE LAW
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NOTICE UfiOtrt
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
.NOTICE is HEREBY UI\ i;v ,| ..
he ui : relKned, .1. -,,-:, ., ,
" name
'< I HI M'I'V KIKI.Ii lyi liv .'
SEARCH BERVICESal -' pv
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WORK RE8BABCH BERvicEa
in Alnieria Avunui-. Suit.- 100-E
ConiOfMM norldaniM
n/8-i: u M
IEGAI NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRCLIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE D'VISION
PHORATE NO 74 } i
J GWVNN PARKER
In RE f--.ite of
alice m McDonald
notice to ckeo'tors
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riled it Miami. Florida, thia 13th
I November. A i> i, i
OEOROE XI-MAITItB
_ lA.ud.r
nr-t i,uiii:,;,iin f ,h|s notice on
HARRIS 81RKIN, pa
Aitomeva for Executor
Dade Federal BMa. 5th Floor
Miami. Florida 33131
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November 22, 1974
* Jenisti ftcridrSam
Page 15-B
lEGAl NOTICi
IE CIRCUIT COWHT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
lENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-22702
18TAGNA, lolned by
>: IBB CA8TAONA.
Intiffu.
Si .makks. Stanley
JARK iiul SI'SAN C.
DNO. as the remaining
Irs anil a! I' UBtl >ea of MANNY'S
JOBS MARKET INT. a
id Florida oorponitinn. and
J KAYE
endanta,
pi'WIN J KATH
. sidelice I'nknnwn
NOTICE OF ACTION
AUK NOTIFIED thai an ac-
-.iiMi a loMOj anil for other
nth respect to the following
In Dad.' County. Florida.
less the > .". ft. there-
Lot 12, Ian tin- West so ft.
i of Block 9 of o.iis OAR-
AMENDED, according to
I thereof recorded In Plat
, 12 at paao U, of tin- Puli
ril* of Hade 1'nuntv. Florida
ten filed aK.ilnst vou ami vmi
tiu.ii'l to serve a 'oi\ of vour
i .1, '. naea, If anv. in amid action
UIERT 0O1.DEN. B8QI*IRE.
If- attorney, whoso address is:
Inaley IiulldiiiK Miami. Florida
n nr In-fore the 27th dav of
_er, 1H74 and flip the orlEinal
he Cork of this court either
naervlce on plaintiff's attorney
kediately thereafter: otherwise a
1 will lie entered attains! vou
relief rt( mended in the i<.
for petition
X" KSs B1V hand and The s.-.tl of
n n the Ittfi day of Nov. m-
|74
\RP P DRINKER
1 ( ''erk of the Court
Rv T l> DELOADO
As ivnutv Clerk
M 22-29 i: -is
NOTICE UNDER
NCTITIOUS NAME LAW
||CB IS HEREBY CiVEN 'hat
Meralaned desiring to enaaice In
? s under the fictitious name of
H STAB DIBCOl'NT at 16454
|i' Av.t.ue. Miami. Florida 331K2
reuiatar said name with the
) e Circuit Court of Dude
Florida.
KAY DISTRIBETORS IXC.
1 ti4fl4 N E 6Th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33162
IT W OI.AH
lev for APKAY
IllUTi'HS INC.
11/1--15-22
NOTICE UNDER
HCTITIOUS NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ibr-iirned. di.Hrniir to cnciri in
under the fictitious name ot
IA1. CULI.ECTION AOENCY
PenilM Avenue. Perrtne. Fla.
Intends to register said name
Clerk of the Circuit Court ot
Tountv. Florida
Federal patrol ant
ktrtty aoenct. inc.
ekde Owner
("ar! Inslgnares. President
rb rv for Applicant
:7th Avenue
Fla 331i
n i-l-lt-t*
LEGAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICi
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE

riCE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
laeroiKned, desiring to engage
neas under the fictitious name
iRITY-MEDIA I IROANTZA-
[FoR VDl.l'NTAHY EOl'AL-
ITl'NITY at SMS N E l.'Mh
North Miami intends to re-
sold name with the Clarh i I
poult Court of Dada Oountv,
MOVE IM'
B Zclllel
for Annllcanl
..... N E 19th Ave
. I'...
11 22 :: U 6-13
notice of action
Instructive service
(no propertyi
|e circuit court of the
fenyh judicial circuit
1 florida. in and fop
dade county.
f(L ACTION NO. 74 tn.tO
3N FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
EM IRRIAGE OF
1RRI8, PE riTII >NER
I
_ >!tl:;.- RESPONDENT
IrvrTi-: :i vKKIS
It
I So A

HI r it> N' iTIFIED
[ | DlUI : ii "I M '
i rarn i i "ii and
quired :> serve copy of
r to II
OFFICE OF ROBERT II
attorney for Patltloner.
ni.i'. la 420 Lincoln Road
:.... Miami Baach, P
ml file il" original with the
the atx ye atyled court on or
. ml., i IS, 1974: otli.-rwis,
will be entered ajmhial vou
. ( demanded In the con-
br petition
in ii. shall be published once
fe< k for four consecutive w.eki"
IEWISH PLORIDIAN
ESS niv hand and the seal
court at Miami. Florida on
of November, 1*74,
PCHARD P BR1NKER
A* Cli rk ( ircuii Court
. County. Florida
Rv I. BNEEDEN
as Denuty Cta rk
J i .iirt Seal I
*FICES i IF
II IHRNS
,-ln Road
8. h Florida
for Patltloner
ii l.".--j;-** t*'a
NO'nCk UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
K"E IS HKHKIIY OIVEN that
lenrttned deslrintr to etiKaae
I under the ficlltioti!" name
_ VENDINQ CO. at P.O Bo
llaii.ih. Fla 33011 intends to
Taald name with the Clerk of
mi Court of Dade County.
[illI'll AfJRAMONTB
fcfronaon
for Apl.ll. ant
let Ave Suite 612
Bid* Miami. Fa, W
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-S637
In RE Esi.ic of
GILBERT II JACOBS
ls(l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ai: creditor! and ah persons Rav-
ine Claims or Demands Atainst Bald
Bi tat*
You ara hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you ni iv have airainsl the es-
tate Of QD BERT II JACOBS dcoeas-
d lute of Dade County. Florida, to
ih- ('.nun hnices of bade County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided m unction 781.18, Florida
staiur.s ,n,.lr ..ffi,.,,,, |n th). ctmn-
i> CourthoUM In Dade County. Flo-
rida within four calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof. ..r the same will he barred
Filed al Miami. Florida, this IMh
daj of November ad n-7t
SEI MA BORNBTEIN
A- Administratrix
Cam T.stamento Annexo
Firsi puhlication of this notice on
ln< .1 dav .f November. 1974
SHAPIRO, FRIED. YVKI1. & 8CHEER
Attorrevs for Kstate
44)7 Lincoln Road
Miami Baach. Florida 33139
II J^-JK
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAPE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74.1701
In RE EslaS of
MICHAEL F18ICARO
(I,. <.,, I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To A" Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
re "Malms or Demand* tnlnal Saul
Eatati
You are hereby notified nntl renuir-
ed to present any claims and demands
winch vou may have aaainat the es-
tate of MICHAEL FI8ICARO de-
.i-asi.l Inr. ,.f Hrnle Countx- Florida.
lo the Circuit .ludccs of Dade County,
and Me the name In dip ...i. and as
Provided in Section 7:13 16. Florida
S'a'Mies. in their offices In the Cnun-
l> ('.urthnuse In Dade County. Flo-
rida within four calendar mouths
from ihe time of the first puhlication
hero. or the same will he barred.
Fled at Miami. Florida, this nth
day of November AD 1974
ARTHPH PALMER
As Executor
Fl*f nuhlicatlon of this notice nn
the 2?nd dav of November. 1974.
HERMAN ("( 'HEN
A'toro.-v for executor
121 S \\ 1st Street. Miami. Fla
11 '22-29
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY .
CIVIL ACTION
NO 74-MOSa
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAOE OF
MKl'l" I I'CIF REINNINOER
PET ITli 'NKR
jAVPR II fTENE REINNINOER,
RESPONDENT
TO: JAMES E' OENE ItElNNINCER
.. BSaao l.ima
Humble I HI Comnanv
. I i.'iartment
Houston. Texas _-___.
Vet \VK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action <-r Dissolution of Mar-
l,,,i, filed BKUlnal vou and
\.u arc reoulred to aorve ropy of
vour written rtefenaea, if anv, to It
v\\ OFFICE OF Rl IBF.RT H.
Rf'RNS attornev for Pet'tloner,
h,... i |e, i Rulti r" ISA I "In
Road Mlai fl1''
ihi above
.ivied oiic ...... '' '' I lecemoer
- -, .. a default v III be
1 nvainsl i nti Ihi relli I di -
, nvlalnl iet'1 !'
Phi, Ml i. nublisl
.n Ive week*
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I, i BNEEDEN
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| M .IM.". I"S 'I'
POPERT v H RT'RNS
. ,i
I k ,. I I''
AUorne, for Patltloner (j ( (J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 74-64*5
JOHN R BLANTON
^Jl'rH'^ibo'a.K'aJoEAMTOO
''"notice to creditors
To Ml Creditors and All Persons
Havlna Clulma or Demand! Ajninat
You ara hereby notlfled and fnuir-
,(l to present anv claims and demands
Which vou may have au.iinsl 'ho es-
tate of JOSEPH AM Id' a H a JOE
AMIGO d-. eased late of Dade County.
Florida, to the ""noun Judge* of Dajja
t ounty and file the -am. In "upli-
and as provided in Section 73* I.
Florida Statutes, in their offices In
the oountv Courthouse In Dade t nrm>
ty Florida, within four calendar
months from the time of thi first
nuhliomtlon hereof, or the same will
filod at Miami Florida, this 11th
dav of November. AD. 1974.
HELEN LID8K1
As Executrix
First publication of thle notice on
the ISth day of November. 1!'74__
SHAPIKO. FRIED. WEIL & SCHEuut
AtUirneva for Estate of JOSEPH
AMH30 a a/a JOE AMIGO. Deceased
407 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139 -,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
J. GWYNN PARKER
PROBATE NO. 74-7639
In RE Estate of
PHILIP HERMAN
dl as. ':
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
InR Claim- or Demands AKainst Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and reiiuir-
.I to present any ela m* and demands
which vou may have aaainst the es-
tate of PHILIP HERMAN deceased
late of Dude County. Florida, to the
Circuit Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 733 K.. Florida Statu-
tes, in their office.- In the Count)
Courthouse in Dade County Florida,
within four calendar months from the
tun. of the first publication hereof.
or the same w-ill be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this ISth
dav of November. A.D. 1974.
EMMA HERMAN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
th. '.'2nd of November, 1974.
BROAD AND CA88ET.
By: PHILIP M SBOAL
Attorney for Estate
1105 Kane Concourse
Baj Harbor Islands. Florida
11 22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersiened dealriM to eiiKace in
business under the fictitious name of
SANTA FE SHOPPING CENTER at
142nd Street and Northwest 7th Ave-
nue. Miami. Florida intends to tecis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Courl of Dade County, Florida.
GEORGESAMPAS
CEORCE SAMPAS. BSi.'1'IRE
Attorney for Santa Fe Shopping
Center
42" Lincoln Road. Suite 211
Miami Peach. Florida 33139
H/l.ft-15-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desirinc to encaci fn
business under the fictitious name of
CAMEO ELECTROLYSIS at 16454
N.E fith Avenue. Miami. Florida 33162
Intends to reaister c*id name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
MARY K DEAL
14245 N W. 2nd Avenue
North Miami. Fla. 33168
HENRT W CI-AR
Attornev for Marv K. Deal
11 l-S-la-22
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-6246
In RE: Estate of
HUNCH H. LEVIN,
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Havinr Claims or Ib-mands Acalnat
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified anil reoulr-
ed to present anv claims and demands
which vou may have asainst the es-
tate of BI-ANCH H LEVIN deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
t'lrcuit J utters of Dade County, and
fib- the name in duplicate and as oro-
Vlded in Section 733.16. Florida. Stat-
ui.-s. in their offices In the Countv
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 7th
day of November. AD. 1974.
JOSEPH SCHMIER
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
Ihe IMh dav nf November. 1974.
JOSEPH SCHMIER
ati..n .v for Batata of Blanch
H Levin
(05 1 in. oh, Road. Miami Reach
1,15-22-29 .2 6
NOT'CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
. ,.,! ,i. slrlna in rnmtKi In
,.,, ,,:, :, tii. fictitious name ol
NATION \l. BEACTY SAI ( N
i -\ IVaahlnirton Avenue, Miami
l lead Florida, Intends to reaister
.,n, with the Clerh of the Hi -
, nil (.in of I lade I'ountN Fli
: S'TERNATH >NA1. BEAIT\
SAI.oN. INC
DAN'El RET r'i: B8QI IRE
.nit
.i na
II I
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 BI ANCH 1. CLASS. Wife
Ull I 1AM B Ol ASS. Husband
ACTION FOR DISSOlUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO WILLIAM H ol.A.--S. Huaband
Residence and address unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
rlam hue been Wed acainst vm ami
you reoulred to serve a DOB) ol
vour written defenses, if any. to it
on WALTER H LEBOWITZ ES-
QUIRE attornev for Petitioner. WUnae
addTI -s is Suite IM WO Lincoln Rd
Reach Florida :<3139 and fl'c
rhrinul with the clerk of the
above atyled court on or beforj
cemher 3. 1974: otherwise a default
will be entered aaalnal vou for the
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
witness my hand and ihi
said court at Miami. Florida, on this
25th dav of October. 1974
RICHARD P THINKER.
Clerk, Circuit Urt.
Dadi County, Florida
Bv I, SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
ii'i-. u.t I 'ourl Seal)
WALTER H LEBOWITZ
850 I incoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida KA.t.lt.n
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-4556
In RE Betate of
A Hi.A II AM ZEMEL
deceflied
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! and All Persons Hav-
inr Claims ..r Demand! Aualnat Bald
E.-tai.
You are hereby notified and reoulred
to present any claims and demands
which you mav have aeaitist the
estat. of ABRAHAM ZEMEL deeeai
ed bite of Hade County. Florida, to
the Circuit .ludccs of Dad. County,
and file tin saiin in duplicate and as
provided In Section 711.16. Florida
Statutes In their offices in the
County t'ointiionse in Dade County.
Florida, within four calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or tin aame will be barred
Filed ai Miami. Florida, thli 1Mb
dav of November. A D, 1974.
RK'.A K ZEMEL
As Executrix
First publlc&tlrjn of this notice on
the 22nd dav of November. 1974.
MORTON B ZEMEL ESQ.
Attorn, i for Delate
Suite 111. I6M N K litth Ave.
N. -th Miami Beach Fla 33162
11 22 29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirum to eticace
In business under the fictitious name
of ORIHT'ELA s APPLIANCES at
.....i S K Hlaleah Drive, Hlalemh Flor-
ida 3301" intend to realnter said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Oourt of
Dade Countv. Florida
Jose A h-|!'.ucla A
,;.s. \ (irihucln. Jr.
II 22-29 12 6-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersiKhed. desirini; to enaaee
tn business under the fictitious name
of CONVENTION PROGRAM I'X-
I IMITED at MM S Dixie LLfl I.
Miami Forida intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court o: Dad< County, Florida.
ALICE LIPSHAW
11 15-22-29 12 6
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.33315
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE: The Marriaa. nf
EDWARD C WAGNER,
Husband.
OENEVIEVE WAGNER,
Wif.
To: GENEVIEVE WAGNER
24B1 Rlttenhnuse Avenue.
Baltimore. Marvland 2123"
YOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a petition for Dissolution of vour
Marriaae has been filed and commenc-
ed In this court and vou are reoulred
to serve a conv of your written de-
fenses, if any. to It on BARRY P
BCHREIBER. ESQ. of BBRGBR &
BCHREIBER attorney for Petitioner
whose address || 201* N E 13rd
Street. North Miami Beach. Florida
2X162. and file the original with the
clerh of the above styled court on or
beton December 27. 1974. ntherwlsi a
default \>ill he entered aaalnal you
for the relief prneed for in the com-
Pla'nt or petition
This notice shall be published nnre
each wee a for four coneecutlve weekf
In the JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS tn' hand and the seal
. f s:,.,l court a' Miami, Florida on
this IMh dav of November, 1974
RICH.VHP P BR INKER
\. C 11 nil I "ourl
Dadi ('......" re- '
Bv: c P i'i 'PE' AND
a- : "cis '!leik
.' in -
BERHFR BCHREIBER
\ r ii I St reel
Vonh Miami P h. Floi
\ foi Petlt'i ner

11 .-13
NOTCE OF ACTION
CCNSTRICTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FO^ DADE
COUNTY.
C Vl'_ ACTION NO 74 J7943
GEMERA'. .'imiSDICTION
DIVISION
PETITION FQR CISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
In RE THE m kRRI OE i 'F
:. iBTH EDV m:: S
HuH
and
I.. IRIS 1 lELUC 11 'W IRDS,
W Ifi
Tl Dl IRIS DEI ''A EI'U ARDfl
74s I ( mi Av.nili
Broo VI Sen fork 11224
VOU Mil: HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a petlttoi for Dlaaolutlon of your
filed and coif
. .1 in tl ii-: ind you an reoulred
of your w rll '. n dt -
r, uses. |f ri v t.. it on D vld R
1 -. u-. of Wl ILF and
BCHONINGEK PA att( rni v for
Petitioner, a*hoe addreaf i Su
I i.,.i, and Towei ath I >ad( -
land Boulevard Miami. Florida
and flli tl" nal with the elerk
of ;h. abovi styled .curt on or before
Pooeml.. "T4 Othl I W I"' a d( -
fault will be entered asalnat you tor
i for In the com-
plaint or petit
This notice shall be published once
each ''s. cutlvi a .-k-
in THE JEW ISH El oRll'IAN
WITNESS my hand and the real
of said court at Miami. Florida on
t his. ISth dav of 1 II 'ml" i IOT4
Rll HABD P DRINKER
I i-.. ir ull "oitrt
I le *OUnty. Florida
H\ i: .1 POT
v Deputy ci.-rk
(i r. in' '. ml Si
DAVIT) R WEISSMW ESOOHrB
W( ILF and BCH< iNINGER. P A.
Suite 702 Dadelatnl Tl
9::iin South Dadeland Bou'evard
Miam'. Florida asir.6
Attorne] (01 C :itn tier Husband
11/22-21 12/6-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN lhat
the undersigned dealrinR to oiiuhjn
in bualneae under the fictitious nttme
of APPLIANCE BERVICECENTBB
at H3X.-, Bud Road, Miami. Fla 281S6
intends to rejtleter said name with the
Clerk ot th.- Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ORESTES R, GONZALEZ
_____________ I1/1-8-16-2S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOSEPH NESBITT
PROBATE NO. 74-7539
In RE: Estate of
JACK ROBBIN8
.1. ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All Creditor! and All Persons Hav-
na Clulma or Demanda AuuJ.tai Said
Estate:
Vou ar. hereby notified and reoulr-
ed to present any Claim! and demands
which m.u ma\ hav. against the es-
tate of JACK BOBBINS deceaeed late
ol Dade County. Florida, to the Cir-
cuit Judges ot Dad. 1'nutlll. and file
the aame In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 732.111 Florid.. Statu-
tes, in their offi.es tn the County
Courthouse in Dade County Florida,
within four calendai months from the
time of th*- first publication hereof,
Or the sam. will be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, thi! 12th
dav ..f November A D IS74
Fl ORENCE BOBBINS
As Executrix
First publication of ibis notice on
tl.. 22nd dav of November, 1974
Marion. E Bobbins
BANTER FRIEDMAN \- ROBBINS
Attorney for Betate
1875 N E 103rd Sti.-. t
u si-a
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTS.
PRDBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-3357 (Schulz)
In RE: Estate of ...
MAX C 'TTESMAN,
deceaeed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO All Creditor! and All Persons Mm'.
11,k Claims or Demand! Auulnai Paid
ti
You are hereby notified ami requir-
ed to present anv claims and demands
which vou mav have aeainst the es-
tatt "(MAX OOTTESMAN deceased
li.to ot Dude County, Florida to the
Circuit Judges of Dade Countv. and
file the sam. 111 duplicate and a
provided in Section 733 1K. Florida
Statutes, in tli.ir offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade Countv Flo-
rida, within tour calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or lb. sam. will lie hatred.
Filed af Mia-mi. Florida this 13th
dav of November. D 1S74.
ALAN R l.oRBKR
As Administrator C.T.A
Frist publication of this notlOO on
the 22ml dav of November IS74.
Ko.MMEl ROGERS. 1/lHHKR
A. SII EN KM AN
Attorney for Administrator CT A
1241 I 'neoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
11 22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- anderalened, deeirimc to enmse
In business under the fictitious name
of PAN AMERICAN EXPORT CO.
(not inc. I at BIS S.W 41st Terrace.
Miami intends to register said name
wltr th. Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv. Florida
ITAIji CAMPAONA
11 22-29 12 '".-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE C1VISION
PPOBATE NO. 74.1142
l.\ RB Batata of
vll KAPI s N
11. .
NOTICE CF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Ni i'i ICE Is hi r. I.v niv. n that I
' f||d Final R< uorl and Petition
1 Final 1 Hachanre
..... le ol
.... I 1
r 1974 will
hi Honoral.....cull Jud ea
, |, | i-'ioi Ida val
ItibU-
'
if thi ah -
it. This ::tii day of
1974
1 ERMAN
VI D S HAN
. rtlna
'
T.
11 -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
El EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74.33176
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
!N RE: The Marrti i-. I if
|.. iR \ MAC.ENHEIM.
Petit no '
and
JACOB MAGENHEIM.
Ri anondi nt
Ti 1 .1 A IB \1 VGENHEIM
. ., c. leate Runt
- 1 rei t
Bel!. Rose, New York. New York
1142''.
V( 'I" aim: NOTIFIED thai a Peti-
tion for Dlaaolutlon of MarrUute has
teen filed axainal you. and vou are
required to rv. cops of vour anaw-
1.', adlna to Hi Petition on the
Petitioner'! attorn, v. J( ISEPH Dl-
BARTolt'MEO. MOO Bird Road,
Miami, Florida 12186, and fi'e the
01 Urinal ana 1 1 adins In Ihe
offlci of th. Clerk of the above
Couri on or befon Januarj 2, IMS, if
yOU l..ii to do BO, iudtlnellt by default
b. laki yu for the
il. man.led in the Petition The
asked for in the Petition is
dissolution of the murtiaan
This Notice shall le published once
.ach week for four (4i consecutive
we. ks in The Jewish Florldlan.
RICHARD P BBI.NKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
By: T D DEI/!Ala>
Denuty Cbrk
11 22-29 ir/-13


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Friday. November 22, 1974
YOUNG
THANKSGIVING DAY
It's a time for all of u* to giv. thonk. for the blessing* we shore ono to
U.S. OOVT. INSPECTED QUICK FROZEN
YOUNG GRADE 'A'
..... TURKEYS ru.
,8 to M-lM
AVERAGE^
AVERAGE.
10 to U LBS. AVG
LB.
57c
AVEKAGf
LB.
FLA. OR SHIPPED GRADE A' FRESH ICED
FRYER PARTS
89e
WHOLE BREASTS WITH RIBS
WHOLE IECS
THIGHS DRUMSTICKS LB.
FLA. OR SHIPPED GRADE A' FRESH ICED
FRYER QUARTERS
LEG OR
BREAST
LB.
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF LOIN
SIRLOIN STEAKS
FOR YOUR TURKEY
CATHERINE C1ARK HERB OR
ge&OnionStuffi
39c i ~ 79e
49c
45e
SI 89
US CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF LOIN
Porterhouse Steaks......
U S. CHOICE WESTERN SI 19
Beef Cubed Steaks.........u
.........LB.
U.S. CHOICE WESTERN BEEF ROUND
Top Round Steaks
US CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF ROUND
Bottom Round Roast
8 02
PKG
STOVE TOP
Stuffing Mix flavors
UNCIE BEN S
OX
PKG
I
Stuff W Such
P P BRAND UNSUCED
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35c
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Under Blade Pot Roast ". sr9 Under Blade Steak Bnls. u *1"
U S CHOICE -WESTERN BEEF CHUCK US CHOICE WESTERN BEEF CHUCK
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US CHOICE WESTERN + ^ g
LI
Shoulder Steak Bnls.
BOMIiLESS BE RISKET
WHOLE OR
POINT HALF
FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE FROM DATE OF PUBl CHON
THRU SUNDAY NOVEMBER !4lh
AT ALL FOOD FAIR STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
GET VALUABLE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMP]
WITH EVERY PURCHASE FOR FINE GIFTS I
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
SEEDLESS WHITE
GRAPEFRUIT
c!
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GROWN
10 98
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 20' I BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 16'
FRUIT CAKES
DELUXE
Holiday Fruit Cake
ALL BUTTER
Fruit Cake Ring
DELICIOUS
I.U $149
BAR I
2LB SJ59
PKC *#
2ib $029
PKC
JOY
>ETERCE
99
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SPARKLING *B 32-OZ.
DISHES BTL.
REGULAR DRIP OR ELECTRIC PERK
COFFEE
89*
CRISP ANO CRUNCHY _
Mclntosh Apples 3 69:
MAKES THE DIFFERENCE IN SAIAD
Endive or Escarole 23'
GARDEN FRESH
White Icicle Radishes VS 25'
FOR DELICIOUS SALADS
Carrettes 'i*c 25'
EXCELLENT QUALITY .
Zucchini Squash ........... 291
FRESHIE BRAND
Mixed Nutss**u.............
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Pitted Dates
CREAM > AND DELICIOUS
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RICH'S FROZEN
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5
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LIMIT ONE BTI PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
LIMIT ONE CAN PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
NON DAIRY
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])(1 ^ C QUARTER
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79
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P P BRAND
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GREENWOOD
Whole Pickled Beets
GREENWOOD
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DELICIOUS SMOOTH _
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LB.
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SERVICE SEAFOOD COUNTERS
MACKEREL
55'
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