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"(Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VcJume 47 Number 48
Miami, Florida Friday, November 29, 1974
i.v Mall
Two Sections Pnce 25 <-ents
Israel Shuns UNations
Palestine Resolution
At UN press conference, Shaiik Alhut (left), head of the
Palestine Liberation Organization Political Department, and
Dj Nabil Sha'at, PLO spokesman, face questions.
Shafik Al-Hout
Tells Us How It's
Gonna Turn Out
BY DEFAULT
Israel Must
Cease To
Be a Stale
By TITSCHAK BEN GAD
l NITKD NATIONS Along
with Journalists and TV eorre-
ri i dents from all over the
world, I attended a press con-
ee with the PLO leaders,
k Alhut. head of the Polit-
ical Department, ami Dr. Nabll
i. i'i. >'a spokesman.
TSie tone used by these two
PLO representatives against Is-
rael was harsh and shocked the
c rraapondents, who are used to
more diplomatic expression.
OUTSIDE THE Press Room
stood the Saudi Arabian deie-
..;. Garni] Barudl; he hugged
s] tatora and soUclted theii
p. km about Arafat's speech.
At the end of the press con*
Continued on Page 5-A
By MI'RRY ZUCKOFF
NEW YORK (JTAi
Shafik Al-Hout. the ernoi jpwhes*--
man for the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization at the I'nited
Nations, vowed that the PLO
will continue its attack against
Israel ami Indicated that the
terrorists will continue to do so
until Israel agrees to negotiate
with the PLO.
This statement, in an inter-
view with Barbara Walters on
the NBC-TV 'Today" show,
came 24 hours after three ter-
rorists murdered four civilians in
the Israeli town of Beit Shean
and after Al-Hout said on Nov.
19 at the UN that this latest
terrorist assault is the "kind ot
negotiations (with Israeli we
accept."
REPORTERS WHO have tried
to get him to discuss the fu-
ture status of Israel's integrity
as B nation and the fate of the
Jewish |>eople have been given
evasive replies and rhetoric by
the PLO spokesman who has
been described by many report-
er as surly and arrogant.
Ills views, however, were
made crystal clear when he and
Continued on Page 5 A
Supitort Slips 2-A
Common .Market Vote !>-A
Signs hi Caution 18-A
Israel to Quit I.V A
UNESCO Isolation 15-A
At Vladivostok 1-B
By DAVID I.ANDAl
JERUSALEM (JTAi Is-
rael has declared that she "to-
tally rejects' the two Palestine
resolutions adopted by the Gen-
eral Assembly last Friday and
the resolution censuring Israel
on Jerusalem adopted by UN-
ESCO in Paris.
These latest developments,
each a serious political blow to
Israel, were reviewed by Foreign
Minister Yigal Allon at Sunday's
Cabinet meeting, but the Cabi-
net postponed an in-depth dis-
cussion until a later date.
INFORMATION MINISTKB
Aharon Yariv said no decision
has been made as to whether
Israel would pull out of UNES-
CO or end its financial contribu-
tions to that body. He did not
rule out either possibility.
A Cabinet communique said
the ministers were 'unanimous
in their belief that the UN Gen
-(nit' AwemWy resolutions'* were
lacking in moral validity and
|K>liticaI justification and the.,
in fact undermined the essence
of the international body."
With regard to UNESCO, the
communique said that "Israel
will continue to build and devel-
op Jerusalem. Israel s capital,
Continued on Page 9-A
How the Voting Went
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) The General Assembly
voted Friday 89-8 with 'M abstentions for a resolution reaffirm-
ing the "inalienable rights of the Palestinian people in Pales-
tine" to "self-determination without exteinul interference" and
the right to national independence and sovereignty"
The resolution also reaffirmed "the inalienable right of the
Palestinian people to return to their homes and property from
which they have been displaced and uprooted, and calls for their
return."
Continued on Page 15-A
Report Syria Okays
UN Force Extension
WASHINGTON-The word here has been that Syria will agree
to an extension of six months for the United Nations disengagement
observer force on the Golan Heights. The current agreement for
the force; which separates Israeli and Syrian troops, is due to
expire Saturday. _________________^_^___
As of Monday, sources close to
Syria's President Hafez Assad
indicated thai Syria would not
agree, and Israeli officials in
Jerusalem promptly countered
with the warning that failure ot
Damascus to agree to an exten-
sion would be considered an act
of war.
bct by Wednesday, it seem-
Continued on Pur* 2-A
Scali Airs
Our Stand
On PLO
By YITZHAK RABI
Jackson Amendment Seen
Launched Well on Way
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTAi The Senate Finance Commit-
tee has unanimously approved the Trade Reform Act with its
article embodying the Jackson Mills-Vanik legislation on Soviet
emigration.
The J/M-V provision is identical with the measure ai.pri.vdl
11 months ago by the House of Representatives which adopted
it 310-80, a 4-1 margin.
THE SENATE la no! expected to vote on the Trade Bill
until after Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger appears be-
fore it Dec. :i to respond to questions on his letter to Sen. Henry
Continued on Page 8 A
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
John Scali. US. Ambassador
to the I'nited Nations, told the
General Assembly Nov. 21 that
"weaving the Palestinian inter-
ests into the give-and-take of
the negotiating process" was the
way to move towanl a situation
"more responsive" to those in-
terests.
At the same time, he affirm-
ed, "it must be understood by
all that Israel has the right to
exist as a sovereign independent
state within secure and recog-
nized boundaries."
SC.V.I MADK the two points
in the first statement by the
I'nited States In the current As-
Continued on Page 2-A
Schlesinger 'Understands 'Brown Tiff
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Set retary of Defense James R.
Schlesinger was in-ported here
to have told leaders of 14 Jewish
organizations that they were
justified in 'wing outraged over
the remarks about the influence
of Jews and Israel in the United
States made by Gen. George S.
Brown, chairman of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff.
Accordm* to guarded com-
ments from several of those who
attended the 90-minute closed-
door meeting in the Secretary's
office at the Pentagon, Schles-
inger indicated he shared the
Jewish community's feeling over
Brown's allegations at Duke
University Law School last
month.
SCHLESINGER WAS said to
have declared in effect that
Brown fully understands now
that he was wrong in both the
substance and nature of his
comments.
Schlesinger also was said to
have reaffirmed Brown's regrets
by reading the two statements
the commander made, one to the
Jewish War Veterans and an-
other at the Pentagon as a
press statement.
While the Secretary's com-
ments were well received by the
group as a whole, some leaders
reportedly were said to have
come away feeling that Brown's
assurances to the American |ieo-
ple should bt made more fully
known.
After having issued a state-
ment disassociating himself from
Brown's remarks. President Ford
summoned the General to the
White House to rebuke him per-
( ii.itinii.il on Page 8-A
PRESIDENT ASSAD
succumbed H pressure


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Friday, November 29, 1974
Defense Agrees Support for Israel Slips
but
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Pentagon sources have informed
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
1 hut "a valid concern" exists
within the Defense Department
that shipment of arms to Israel
is "creating problems" for the
defense establishment.
"Siime erosion of support" (tor
:- i among I'.S. military offi-
- lemming from hat they
consider shortages of certain
- of missi os and tanks to
Israel's defense require-
ments and U.S. defense pro-
grams, tnese sources said.
1'KKss REPORTS in recent
(lass have said tnat Defense De-
partment officials are saying for
the first time that they are find-
ing it diificult to satisfy Israeli
requirements bag aiso meet the
needs of I'.S. forces,
In view of these reports, JTA
questioned usually reliable Pen-
tagon SO rces whether the offi-
statements to the media
were a lobbying effort by the
Pentagon to BOQUlM greater ap-
propriationi for the Defense De-
tment or whethei some short-
i as actually i >di' <<> "'
the Pentagon programmin
The sources a mnowledged that
budgeting for the Pentagon i<
part ol some thinking" among
the militajQ to in M Con
1 propriate i
THE GREATER
insist d, 1- thai the ;.s. > n it
producing ml r, antities
(it non-nuclear weapons to
Seali Explains U.S. Vote at UN
Continued from Pa&e 1-A
sembly debate on the Palestine
question since it began with a
si>eech by Yasir Arafat, head of
the Palestine Liberation Organ-
ization
Scall said Palestinian interests
would not be advanced "through
new resolutions or dramatic
parliamentary maneuvers."
Delegates from the nine Eu-
ropean Common Market coun-
tries, as well as Canada, have
expressed concern in speeches to
the Assembly and in private con-
sultations that the draft resolu-
tions oi::it any reference to the
future status of Israel or to Se-
curity Council Resolution 2-12,
which since 1967. has been con-
sidered to be the basis of any
future Middle Kast settlement.
84'AM ALSO said that the
Report Syria Has Okayed
Extension of UN Force
Continued from Page 1A
ed clear that Assad hadichanced
his mind.
This will permit the 1.200-man
contingent of Austrian, Polish.
Peruvian and Canadian troops
guarding the demilitarized /.one
otitinue their job.
What seemed apparent here
was that A-sail had been pre*
sured by Soviet Communist
Party Chief Leonid lire/.hnev ''
that moment signing nucleal
arms limitation agr......ents witi
President Gerald Fort m Vladt-
L'SHONA TOVA TIKKKVU
Our New Year wish is to
nake Israel stronq Buy
Israel Bonds and give to the
CJA-Joint Emergency Fund
Mayshie Friedberg
vostok. to agree to the extension.
In fact, it was Dr. Henry Kis-
singer, in Vladivostok with the
President, who revealed that he
had "received word" from Da-
mabcus that Assad had change i
his mind.
IN SECRETARY General
Kurt Waidheim arived in Da-
mascus at this critical time
Monday to discuss the extension.
On Tuesday, hi was in Jeru-
salem for talks with Israeli of-
ficials and in Cairo for talks
with Egyptian leaders on
Wednesday. He was due back at
the UN on Thursday.
The wheeling anil dealing took
place against a backdrop ot Is-
raeli moves against guerrilla net-
works, which reported the arrest
of 28 persons in Al Salqa, the
Syrian resistance group linked
to the PLO resistance on I e
West Hank.
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SAM BURSTYN, Executive Director
United States hoped that all
member nations would reaffirm
their support for Resolutions 24!
and 338, which call for a nego-
tiated Mideast settlement. He
said "We believe they remain
the best hope for continued prog-
ress."
He stressed that if any of tiM
parties to the conflict rejected
the right to exist of any other
parties to the negotiations, then
"our best hopes for negotiation.^
and for [>eaee are lost."
Without mentioning Arafat b;
name. Scali denounced attempts
to equate terror with revolutior
ami Arafat's professing to see
no difference "between thi
slaughter of innocent people and
a striiKgle for national libera-
tion."
He added that "there are
those who wish to compare the
American revolution and the
many other wars of liberation 01
the past 200 years, with bruta
and indiscriminate terrorism."
ARAFAT HAD made this
equation during his sjieeeh at the
A-sembly. The American free-
dom-fighters. Scall said, nevei
succumbed to the easy excise
that "the end lustifles the
means." Emphasising that the
primary objective of the >
hat been to maintain the i
'rii of the nag tiating
i ss, S< ali sal i only "a just
lasting solution !' the '
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of the I'N Is s seek
promote movement to that end
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B'nai B'rith Guide
For the Elderly
WASHINGTON Living longer Bounds like a good idea,
doesn't it? But how would you like to face the life of the
elderly: poverty, ill-health, loneliness and Isolation, inadeq
housing and boredom?
"You could call them the empty years." said E. Albert I
lot, of Miami, chairman ol the B'nai B'rith Commission on Com-
munity and Veterans Services, in announcing the publicati ;
a guide to volunteer programs for aiding the elderly.
THE M-PAGE guide is entitled "But for What?"
lion being iinie.Lsedly asked as medical advances incu.-- iife
expectanc) while society ignores trie elderly's needs.
"They are not senior citizens they are (heated < it'.zens.
They have been* given the gift of life and robbed of a chance to
really live. The elderly have been shunted off to Struggle on
their own with ittnunlshaig resources for a meager existence,"
Pallot said. v
For their sake and for our own we must return the elderly
to full participation in society. We have over-emphasized youth
and ignored the 20 million Americans who are alrtady over 65
with the proportion in our population growing steadily."
The CVS publication describes 20 volunteer programs for
working for the needy and handicapped, with older adults in-
volved in self-help projects, or in legislative halls protecting
the interetss of the elderly.
THE GUIDE brings together a broad range of prog:,
initiated by government and volunteer agencies. Among the
projects outlined are pie-retirement planning, tax i
and merchandise discounts, meals on wheels, visiting and tele-
phone reassurance, transportation, cultural activities and reli-
gious contact.
The guide includes a state directory of government end
private organizations involved with the elderly and lists useful
publications.
The guide was prepared by Gail Naron, a stafl associate of
cvs and a participant In the Baltimore Institute for Jewish
Communal Service.
Industry Will Force Pull Back
WASHINGTON i JTA> An
international banker who once
served in the State Department
predicted here that Western in-
' lal nations would put se-
vere press n Israel to give up
most if not a'1 of it* conquered
Arab territories but would draw
the line if Israel's survival as a
nation was at stake.
That view of how important
Western interests regard Israel's
struggle to survive against the
influence of the Arab oil pro-
rs was presented to corre-
spondents here by Nathaniel
Samuel, a partner in the New
York banking house of Kuhn
"Loeb & Co., and head of two
other corporations engaged in in-
ternational commerce.
SAMUEL, who served as Dep-
uty Undersecretary of State for
Economic Affairs 1%9 to 1972
ii iring the tenure of Secretary
ol State William P. Rogers, ad-
mitted to wishful thinking when
it came to ultimate Western
support for Israel's survival.
Nevertheless, he felt that the
"revulsion" should Israel be de-
stroyed, would be too much for
the Western nations to take.
Asked what the industrial
world would do if the Organiza-
tion of Petroleum Exporting
Countries (OPEC) says it will
reimpose the oil embargo unless
Israel gives up all of the terri-
tory it took in 1967, Samuel re-
plied that the industrial nations UK SAID Israel "has come
already are "trying to persuade" pretty far" in that direction since
Israel "to give up most if not all a year ago "but not as far as
of the territory." some would like"
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Friday. November 29. 1974
Tribute to Gertner
In many ways, the Mount Sinai Medical Center is a
monumental achievement matching the growth of the
South Florida Jewish community in its formative days and
before it came to its present maturity.
Uniquely responsible for that achievement is Samuel
Gertner, executive vice president of Mount Sinai* who will
be honored for his 25 years of outstanding service to the
institution on Tuesday, Dec. 3, at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
The Jewish community is of course more than a single
institution more, in fact, than the sum of all its institu-
tions. But the redolent splendor of Mount Sinai certainly
symbolizes the days when Jews here struggled to become
a civic, philanthropic, cultural and religious entity.
Today, regally situated on the shores of the Bay, it is
a reminder of the struggle fulfilled, the task accomplished.
Quarter-Century of Serrice
No one, not even Samuel Gertner hiiT.self, would
argue that all that he set out to acnieve, all that he envi-
sioned for Mount Sinai as a center for medical research,
hospital care, health services to the indigent, purposes in
the best tradition of the Jewish principles of communal
responsibility, has in fact been achieved.
But after a quarter of a century of service, Gertner
still is the captain of the best effort that the institution he
has piloted made.
Gertner's guidance and assistance to the board of
trustees have included professional advice and counseling
in hospital procedure.
Throughout the years, he has bsen an energetic
source of ideas and policy-making recommendations.
In addition to all ihese duties, he has found lime to
serve as a member of the board of Florida B!u3 Cress, a
vice president and then president of the South Florida
Hospital Association and numerous olher organizations.
Those who honor him for his quarter-century of serv-
ice next week will also mark his academic status as pro-
fessor of hospital administration at the University of Miami
School of Medicine.
They will gather to pay tribute to a man with a vision.
a men who can sea tangible evidence of his contribution
to the community he has so tirelessly served.
More Than a Shave
en Yasir Arafat shaved for his appearance before
the United Nations, it was his first exercise in political
respectability.
When the United Nations voted to approve the status
of the PLO as the voice of the Palestinians, it was the
UN's first exercise in suicide.
Before whom has Arafat emerged from his terrorism
to the status of diplomat?
The Communists, Arabs and Black Africans who re-
warded the PLO for its massacre at Beit Shean ar? the
legatees of a new Murder, Inc., and Arafat's shave is a
mere hoax.
He is no more respectable than he ever was. His and
the PLO's repudiation of the British Airways hijacking last
weekend by Arab terrorists is demonstration enough that
you can't turn respectable merely by shaving.
He and the UN deserve each other.
The Damage is Done
That man.. Gen. George Brown, chairman of cur Joint
Chiefs of Staff, was in California the other day, wher2 ho:
Allowed that he had learned something about the
corporate structures of the nation's banks and newspaper
publishing industry;
That he really knew little or nothing about them to
begin with which is to say that when he spouted off
about Jews and Jewish influence in hiah places, including
the United States Congress, he didn't know what he was
talking about;
That he flatly repudiates the lunatic mail in sup-
port of his original statement at Duke University about
the need to "set down" Jewish influence because it is un-
American and divisive, and besides he doesn't believe in
that kind of prejudicial stuff to begin with;
O That, as a soldier, what he knows about is soldier-
ing, and he won't be caught in the domain of politics
again.
All well and good.
Still, it gave the networks a chance to report Brown's
statement a second time. And folksy and palsy-walsy
though his California words were, they really do little
or nothing to mitigate the leeling that a man doesn't kick
the bigotry of a lifetime in just two weeks or even a month.
The damage has been done.
How Could Jeivs Have Killed?
J AM Blek to death of the sanc-
timonious snobs. New Left
Jews and liberal Gentiles who
have been asking me all week
long about the rabid residents
of Beit Shean.
'How could they be so sadis-
the holier-than-thou -
tionera wondered. "Decapitating
and burning bodies why that's
cannibalistic."
OB BLSBi they observed:
Jews, of all people. You'd think
i know about such things
.- fi -. -
. slSSt.'
I
Mioln
1
i
m WEHce tfwreflAL

%jm*
from personal experience and
never dream of doing it them-
selves."
The New Left Jew and hi,
coalition partner In cupidity, Um
literal Gentile, are a untym
American phenomenon.
Their best historic parallel is
the Communist of the Depre*
sion period who blindly hung on
to his Communism until jmt
after World War II when
tedly, he saw the light
A CONTEMPOBABY
pie is the fierce Intellect
gUiBt, Noam Chomsky, the ant|.
Israel darling of the colle] :
running west from Chicago to
Berkeley and east to Mt. Kiseo
and the other Jewish Gardi
Eden populated by graduates n|
Columbia and NYU where the
Viet Cong holds sway.
These arc the types who have
badgered me all week,
once stopping in their
moniousness to show the
kind of regret Cor the I
victims at Bail Shean that they
showed for their Arab ti 1 -
murderei 1
It's okay for Jewish
women and children 1
sla ightered. That can 11
stood and accepted, A:
war is war.
BUT its "sa listi
war, when the Israi lis
and m a perfect!]
.
menters,
It .- these same
tyi es, :!
.sat 1,, silently w hen J. v.
. ion were being
in Nazi ovens.
ti must beg apologj
Continued on Pane 1 \
:
COMMENT
m
In :i world whose m irs 1 -
<-. it i Nat 1
." to the '
,,1 i'i 0, h is not strati e thai al
Beit Shean some of us be
like .-o many of Ihom. II
em t th ate has d le
.. this is it: victory.
Wo are told thai n illion? w ill
eMe ,.[ starvation without help,
and some die while men
talk and create resolution
. brin \ agreement bul 1 o\
: d They are concern I with
market while sonic die.
THE INEFFABLE Earl B
is bothered by Ingratitude: "Do
you have poor relations? Ar-
they ever satisfied thst you help
tu m erough?" he asks Charles
Col'ii A'ood die World I
is thoi an I moi
died p he inten I
l p.ck( ' her I'm n 0
obligated to be my b
r always seemed to b?
m ,t. However, my brother's
ruiner an.', de troyer, and for no
1 arthly reason, tbal surely 1
;;.) moral obligation ti) b
NOT IN one article on the food
1 n 1 many parts of the
world have I seen developed th*
' thai we sh tuld b tui 1
Into tractors, our
bo < thr farm
tnents, the oil for these in-
tr:i n -nts of death into fertilizer,
and th" billions of dollars into
the technology and training that
the 1 or peoples of the world
need bo help thenmlvea
Our nation has become a mer-
er int of death. And wo are not
alone. We compete in the market-
place with the Rua ian.s. the Brit-
i h, the French ewu the [irae
Ms on some small Items. At this
very moment, we have entered
the Cobra and YF-16 fighter
. .. n-t the French Mira
. h S ib Vi
n \ \ I 1 pi iz< '
I will buy
planes).
1 1 U),3 you ought t" not -.
try gave SH"-* million in
food a d, and President
Ford sture al the IN open
ing of increasing that figure only
match the dollar cost of the aid
in 1972 ($1.1 billion), but this
1 'pn 1 nts 20 per cent less in
quantHy. And the United st .
proi Ides ab ml 75 per cent of the
<>ild food aid!
OF < <>l USE, if anyone is dis
turbed bj th dichotomy. Willy
RrqndJ pi >\ do. the consolation:
illy it makes no differenci
whether man is killed in war 0
d to rl irve to '; I
fen ici of others"
1 some who i.
h ivc our wh >
1! ..- our wtap ns, In 1972, th.-
by HWAliD tOlUNI
Karl Butx Depai
culture pioduction '>'- million
farmland and paid out
farmers el M to M bill >n v-
ooo.tMMMMMi 1 to Idle thai
And in September of thai
>> ar, all r the corrupt -':
c 1 |i nabl wh. il d< al
bins (60 pei cent >
was subsidized uy your tax m n-
cy I, and alter it was deal
the deal's Impact would b< on
this nation and th world Buti
ordered another 5 million
of wheat land Idled!
THE ENOBHOUS profits
ed by the wheat and Othei
operators made even the mi
industrial comnlev envious
We are cond Uoned to I
o- titty of th e wh 1 -; t to
u< and for ii- 1 1 wei
Us >p in a column from Wa
1 in gave us taste of v h
Continued -i Page I! \
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Volume 47
Friday, November 29, 1974
Number 48
15 KISLEV 5735


Friday. November 29, 1974
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I

Miami Just Didn't
Care to Protest
Al-IIout Gives Us the Story
EDITOR. Tlit- Jewish Moridian:
On Monday. Nov. 4. there were
gatherings to protest the admis-
sion to the United Nations of a
delegation representing the Pal-
estine Liberation Oi il ation.
An umbrella organization for
Palestinian guerrilla groups, the
PLO has credentials of violence
;..ii(i terror.
it has massacred children in
school, murdered athletes engs
el in the Olympic Games com-
petition, hijacked and killed an
American diplomat and kept
hostages of American citizens
and others with the aid of Japa-
nese terrorists.
In New York City, there were
more than 50,000 people pro-
testing the PLO adjacent to the
United Nations.
In the face of all this, some-
how. Miami could only muster a
brief gathering of 200 persons
on the steps of the Dade County
Courthouse.
IT IS a shame and a terrible
mistake that Jews in Greater
Miami, with huge condominiums
of Jewish tenants a art a popula-
tion of some 250,000, could only
muster 200 protesters.
The rabbis of more than 50
houses of worship failed to men-
tion this in their sermons on the
Saturday morning 48 hours be-
fore the protest. The leaders and
the presidents of so many Jew-
ish service organizations here
failed to inform their member-
ship.
THIS FAILI'RE to cry out
against injustice must not hap-
pen again, although one must
fear that it may. Regretfully, I
recall a similar occurrence in
Miami near the Kennedy Torch
of Friendship.
It was on February 2, 1969.
when only a small handful of
Miamians turned out to protest
the Iraqi hanging of innocent
Jews.
JlMts FBI8HWASSEB
.Miami lt.-a.-h
BOITOB, The Jewish I'loridian:
Leo Mindlin's article on "Ara-
fat is Castro of Mideast" IS
n celved I y us with no small
amount of delight.
Congratulations to him on fi-
nally getting the message. Some
of us. mme sensitive to Cuba,
have suffered with this knowl-
edge since early 1859.
I'KKIIAI'S IT might ho worthy
for Mindlln also to review other
concepts and philosophies cham-
pioned by the New York Times.
I have had the dubious honor
of meeting Castro in September.
1959. and the frustration I ex-
perienced was great in trying to
convince our leaders former
Sen. George Smathers and Rep.
Dante Fascell of the true cre-
dentials of Castro.
I ho|ie we have greater suc-
cess in exposing Arafat for the
bloody thing he is.
VICTOR I. EBER
Miami
EDITOR'S NOTE: Mindlin re-
plies "Like Mr. F.ber, I
have had the message for
many years. Perhaps he did
not hear me deliver it be-
fore. Or wonder out loud
about the 'other concepts
and philosophies' of The
New York Times."
r1:-.' '"
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Koheicth {Eiclesmtes)
. ; .
'Orleans9
Affair
Revived
By JTA Services
A new "Orleans Affair" has
broken out in the French city
of Chalon Sur Saone where pub-
lic rumor Is accusing local Jews
of "kidnapping" young non-Jew-
ish girls and "selling them
abroad."
Jewish sources in Chalon Sur
Saone told the Jewish Telegra-
phic Agency that the rumors
started about two weeks ago in
the local high school for girls.
FROM THERE it spread to
the rest nf the city's population.
Soon, after the rumors first
Started, anti-Jewish slogans were
painted at night on Jewish-own-
ed shops.
Rumors. similar to those
which rocked Orleans in the
spring of 19fi9. claimed that Jew
Ish shop keepers drug and kid-
nap their non-Jewish customers,
dally young girls to sel!
them abroad.
At the request of the local
Jewish community, which con-
jlsts oi about 200 people, the lo-
cal police Investigated the ru-
mors and printed a denial in the
city's nev aper, "Le Cou
in spite of this, the rumors
are continuing unabated, local
jews to! i the JTA.
Continued from F-Sge 1 A
rese tal \\ es ol tei -
itions b
In a im March
oi tnizi 'l by the
ti rial stall oi the Lebanese 'Al
Anwar."
ting, Al-Houl stat-
ed [do nol believe thai I
iple by the name ol I e
pie. Is the
v ho believes there is
,i tl Ing as the Jew ish ; i
There is a people w hich ii
different nations an I liffciing
Ideolo leal affi il
"If we declare I thai
people c" il and tl"' i
Austi Ian and Arab (Jewsi are
eople because ol th< e
ligious ties binding them, then
we are creating a new di
tion for jieople in the political
and ideological legacy."
REFERRING TO the PLO
slogan of a "democratic stati
Al-Hout declared: "If the slogan
of a democratic state is only de-
signed to reply to the contention
that we aim to throw the .Tews
into the sea. then it is a success-
ful slogan and an efficient po-
litical and propaganda act, but
if we wish to see it as the final
strategical aim of the Palestin-
ian and Arab national liberation
movements then I am con-
vinced that it demands contin-
Da van Still
Sees No
War Near
TEL AVIV (JTA) -- For-
mer Defense Minister Mosh<
Dayan said here thai he ruled
out the short term possibility oi
a new Arab-Israeli war but that
it was impossible to predict de-
velopments in the long run.
He also cautioned Israel to
eschew harsh measures in the
administered territories despite
the recent wave of pro-terrorist
rioting on the West Bank.
-WE MIST do all we can not
to add to the effectiveness of
those demonstrations by our re-
sponse to them." Dayan said.
He advocated continuing the
'open bridges" policy, allowing
inhabitants of the administered
territories unrestricted contact
with neighboring Arab states.
He said they should also he as-
sured of direct contact with Is-
rael, decent and equal conditions
and avoidance by Israel of med-
dling in their communal affairs
Dayan, who returned from a
three-week visit to the United
States, said that despite the war
scare, a war now would not suit
the interests of either Egypt,
Syria, Jordan or the Palestini-
ans.
THE SYRIANS are interested
in Increasing tension, but not to I
the |x>int of war, he said. Hut
he emphasized that he s]>oke in j
terms of weeks, not longer i>e;i-
ods. ._ ,
I ih, sincp this is a
quest! >:. of our history, our
.1 and
line."
He note l that furthei discus-
sion i lull in an alti
the to "the basic aim of the
rotation libera-
tion ol the Palestinian land an <
e in the national total);
ie to which we be
Al-Houl pul the fini
touch on this idea by asse ting
ime thai we guarante i
ii itse\\es a demociatie state
ipulation what will
l>e its fate in a hundred years
time or in fiftv years time?
Eventually it will be an Arab
state if not by virtue of po-
litical semantics then by virtue
of natural increase. Eventually
the democratic state will sink in
human and cultural terms into
the Arab sphere."
AL-HOCFS views at that
Symposium were sustained by
the others present and reinforc-
ed in an HI Fatah pamphlet.
"Researchers and Experiments
in Revolution The Liberation
of Conquered Territories and the
Struggle Against Imperialism."
The pamphlet states, in part:
"The liberation action is not only
the wiping out of an imperialist
1 e but, what is more impoi -
tant, the extinction ol a society
"Therefore, armec violence
will i ... assume diverse
forms in ad tion to the liquida-
tion of the armed forces of the
Zionist occupying state, namely
. the destine tion of the vari-
ous military, political, economic,
financial and intellectual institu-
tions of the Zionist occupation
state, to prevent any possibility
of a re-emergence of a new
Zionisl society the blotting
i ol the Zionist character Of
the occupied land, he it human 01
social there is no alternative
to wiping out the existential
trace of this artificial phenom-
enon."
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40's, are cosponsoring a live
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4240 NW 18th St. (near Miami
Airport>, Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
The Young Professionals are
sponsoring a house party at
18912 NW Tth Ct., Saturday at
8 p.m. R.S.V.P. is required ac-
cording to Marty Listowsky,
president.
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HE'LL BE HONORED AT ANNIVERSARY EVENT WEDNESDAY
Quarter-Ceiiturv of Service for Gertner

'This Is v her I want ;i hos-
pital." the man dr i
"It \ias 1947, and Sam and I
v ere in Miami on va< ition We
were walking down the board-
walk, and be aw the Miami
ni His hi art never left" said
] ,!:!': Gertoer, speak her
husband, Samuel Gertner, execu-
. e vice pn sid >nt of Mount
Sim I di al Center,
SAMUEL GERTNER came to
Mount Sinai ll tspital 25 years ag i
..- executive director from a
background rich in dealing with
people of all ages. His first job
with the city of New York De-
partment of Health and Welfare
concerned the problems of the
aged, working in the field of geri-
atrics before it became a com-
monly used reference term.
Because of his experience, he
was sent, on loan, for four years
to work with the Department of
Hospitals. Making an in-depth
survey of proprietary hospitals
and treatment for the aged, he
found them mainly inadequate
facilities.
Following completion of his
study, Gertner returned to the
Department. During the I.aGuar-
dia administration, the New York
mayor sent Gertner to assist a
private organization in converting
its facilities to deal with juvenile
delinquents
AFTER INTERACTION with so
many age -iroups, it was with
assuiance he.* stepped into his
first .hospital job.
From there, he served in as-
sistaftt directorships for S
ham I Hospital and Beth Israd
Hospital, both in New York, be
foreisettlin'j in Minn...
"He came in 1949 during a;
period when we were rehabilitat-
ing the Nautilus which had been i
converted lie was of consider-
able! assistance to us, the Board
of Trustees, in helping us do the
rehabilitation and opening the
hospital," said Max Orovitz, one
ot tie signatonj of the original
Artidtes of Incorporation and the
present chairman of the board of,
Mount Sinai Medical Center.
"He first developed his attach-
ment! and love for the hospital
then!'
AT THAT time, as the only
administrator the hospital had,
Gertaer get himself a super j
human goal.
"I can envisage within five
years a teaching hospital, a 500-
bed dapacity in which community
needs will be met, such as chron-
ic disease and care for the con-
valescent." he stated in Decem-
ber of 1949.
"This should be ? real com-
munity hospital. Charity patients,
werelonly admitted'to other hos-1
pitaU when someone put on the
pressure or someone interceded |
on their behalf. That must
change."
MOUNT SINAI Hospital exist |
ed thbn in the war surplus Nauti-j
lus Hotel leased from the City of
Miani Beach. A bare building I
evolved into a hospital that in I
ten ntonths was accredited by thef
American College of Surgeons. I
During the nexti ten years, I
every) statement, every sentence i
attributed to Gertnttr expressed
pleasure with wha* had been ac
complished.
But as early as August. 1951.
reporter Ken Heinrioh described
in the future rather than the
past.'"
"As the ten years passed, all
he thought about was the new
hospital that would be Mount
Sinai I Medical Center." Orovit/
recant those day*.
"He worked with the architect
in the planning ot the new hos-
pital and watched it grow from
an idea to the bricks and mortar I
that became the main building." I
"WE LIVED on the property
at the tint -." sai I Mrs Gertni r.
"And as the tu v building hi nl
up, lie would jo over aft!.
ner in the evening He would
jusl -i ind there for hours
ing around and looking at the
saying, That- mj
thai my dream come
true."
"All during this time." Oro
vitz s, "he
uing the programs to make us i
good hospital, an excellent hos-
sted upon a tea Ij
ing hospital as a mark of excel-
lence.
"He always thought of full-
time doctors to head the various
departments and as all of these
things developed it became a
part of his life jusl as his fat
was a part of his lif".
"He had a desire to see Mount
Sinai pro*per and eventually be-
come a medical center. He really
be watched it all grow together
SAMUlI GfRINfR
Friday, November 29, 1374
spent his entire waking hours
thinking of the ttotpitaJ
I do not believe there
manj days In U>e 25 year-
he was identified with thi
pital that he did not call mi
id new thoughts
discuss with me bis ideas
Til. -l th '!' was anothi
ing and i aothi i opi i og at
thi r building contim e I
Gertner. "And he just
ng "
Gi -' I hi- dutii i
w rked with a d I
"The book I
;''' din
out the rules and i
explain
"RUT ins er< il i Put* I
,' ian thai I la I
the staff of the hospil i
achieve thi m > effii. ml .
care I i the best teachers I
sicians and nurs,; and the ad-
vancement of medical science.
When an executive doc-
things, he is striving towards a
vision of excellence "
A caricature sent to Ge
( oiitinu.il on Following Page
Dr. Irving Lehrman To Receive
Honorary Fellowship Friday
Ambassador Avraham Harman.
president of the Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem, will bestow "i1
Hon I'ary Fellowship of Israel's
largest univgr-sity upon Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman Friday night. The
. presentation will take place dur-
ing a special Hebrew University
Con vo. at ion which will be held
during the 8:30 p.m. service at
Temple Emanu-EI. Miami Beach.
Ambassador Harman served a
Israel's chief envoy to the United
States for eight >ears. including
the critical period before, dur-
ing and after the Six Day War
of June. 1967. He has been presi-
dent of Israel's major education
al institution for the past seven
years.
One of Israel's most eloquent
spokesmen. Ambassador Harman
will speak at the Convocation,
which will mark the presentation
to Dr. Lehrman of one of the He-
brew University's highest honors.
Dr. Lehrman, rabbi of Temple
F.manu-F.l for the past 31 years,
has been in the forefront of ef-
forts for Israel since the estal)-
lishment of the Jewish state in
1948.
He is a former national chair-
man of the Rabbinic Cabinet ol
the United Jewish Appeal, chair-
man of the board of governors
Serve Sanka At
All Your Late
Holiday Parties
At this festive time of year,
so many parties seem to go on
and on till the wee hours a
tribute to both host and hostess.
And that's when the well-or-
ganijed balaboosta is happy for
her tock of Sanka, the decaffein-
ated coffee most welcome when
you don't want to interfere with
a good night's rest, for family
or gue-ts
Sanka is also the ideal coffee
to serve with those hearty delica-
tessen sandwiches and cold cut
platters you'll be serving at "mid-
night supper" not to mention
your roast at dinner. (Fact is,
you don't have to add cream to
Sanka to make it taste good!)
You see, when they remove the
caffrin from Sanka. a lot of the
bitter elements that can spoil
the taste of coffee are also re-
moved.
Whether you brew regular,
Sanka coffee in the pot. or UM
Instant or Freeze-Dried coffee
for impromptu entertaining, be
sure you have plcrtv on hand
right through the holiday.
DR. IKVING LEHRMAN
of the Israel Bonds Organisation
for Greater Miami and twice
headed the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal campaign of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation.
Currently chairman of tie In
terfaith Agencv for Social Justic
of Dade County, Dr. Lehrman is
honorary national president of
the Synagogue Council of
America and past pn rid< nt of
tin- Rabbinical Association of
ilii ater Miami.
The President of the Gil lt< '
Miami Chapter of the American
Friends of the Hebrew Univar-
sity, Harry v (Hap) Levy, is vice
president of Temple Emanu-El.
lie is coordinating plans for Anv
bas ad >r Harman'.-. -. i-it with
Samuel N. Friedtand. chairman
the board, and Judge Herbi
S Shapiro, president of Temple
Emanu Kl Judge Shapiro Is i
former president of the South
Florida Division of the American
Friends.
_ Ambassador Harman will hold
a news conference at Temple
Emanu-El Fridaj at 2 p.m.
Thanksgiving Breakfast
A Thanksgi< ing service
to he conducted by Rabbi Cha
R M at Temple Beth Tov,
Thurs Lay at 9:30 a.m. A Thanks-
giving breakfast will be served
to everyone attending. The pub-
lic i- cordially invited
United Way
Tops Goal
More than 1.000 United Way
volunte 'is. busrinese and
leaders topped the goal Not 13
with S8.731.434. or 101 per
of the S8.644.0O0 they had k
off toward on Sept. 11.
At the 1974 Victory Din:
the Everglades Ho mi of thi
ei lades Hotel, the volunb -
were t'dd that their efforts
produced a new total reprea
ins, 108 ti per eenl <>f their 87
965,989 accomplishment in 1973
General campaign chairman
James W Mel imore chain
of the board of Burger K
Corp expressed his pride ir. e
VOiunb eiV achievement
"Out e again, your effort-
made this United Way a contin-
ued success" said Mr McLam
"hut. more important, j
turned this year of problem- in-
to a victory for all of Dade
County's people.'
Mr. Mel amor,' turned over his
chairmanship to J. Bernard S
mate president of the Southeast
t rat National Bank of Mtai
Mr Shumate h is worked for
man) years al all levels of I
campaign volunteer struct
and brings extensive expern
to his job as 1975 Genera! Ca:u-
paign Chairman.
Ralph Renlck, vice nre-ai
news director for WTVJ-TV. pre-
sided over the Victors- Dinner.
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... He Saw 4His' Dream Fulfilled
( ontii. i.-.i from Preceding Pace
at that time was titled, "A Sign
of th? Times in Mount Sinai Hos-
pjta Gosh! I'll soon oe all out
s! Constant calls meetings
- conferences!" It shows a slight-
i yelling
ning!" and ends. "Oh, for the
life of a hospital administrator."
"He felt the hospital should be
for everybody regardless <>f race
or creed." Oroviti says,
: [is work brought him in touch
with all types of human life and
all facets. He was a tough task
ma'ter expecting excellence or at
leaf) the bi -l of anyone's ability.
H" demanded the most of him-
self.-
Gertner's guidance and assist-
to the Board of Trustees
h.i. includ 'I pr if I >na1 advice
and counselling and serving as a
res rtirc for ideas and policy-
making recommendations.
Ill" HAS be?n responsible
through the years for the super-
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Friday. November 29, 1974
PLO Message Plain: Israel Must Die
Continued from Page 1A
ference speaking in classical
Arabic I Introduced myself to
Alhut and Sha'at as an Arab-Jew
born and raised in Libya. I re-
quested an interview on behalf
of the readers of The Jewish
Floridian.
The two were astonished by
my request. After a short con-
sultation. Dr. Sha'at agreed to
lie interviewed. But, before I
could even l>egin, he was called
away to his office. Upon his re-
turn, he explained he had to
telephone Beirut to counter ru-
mors thai ho had been killed.
Dr. Sha'at is an Intelligent
diplomat who has spent several
years In America. He serves here
the spokesman of the PLO.
He is fluent in English, His
appearance is impressive. I Ms
strong words were softly s] oken.
He avoided difficult and embar-
isslng questions altogether.
BEN GAD: What are the
PLO's conditions for attending
the Geneva talks.'
Sha'at: The Security Council's
Resolutions 242, of 1%7. and
338, of i^t:!. arc not acceptable
to us. They don't recognize us as
h national entity. We insist that
our national Identity be estab-
lished, that our right to return
to our homes be respected, ami
that our right as the so!,' legiti-
mate representative of the Pal-
estinian people !<' accepted.
Ben Gad: If Israel agrees to
offer you a Palestinian state on
the West Bank and the Gaza
Strip, will you sign a peace
treaty with Israel?
Sha'at: You are asking me a
hypothetical question. Until now
we aie not aware of such a pro-
posal made by Israel. However,
such a state would probably be
tccepted by our organization in
the short run But in the long
run. it would not l>e an econom-
ically feasible state, it must ul-
timately include what is now Is-
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YITSCHAK BIN GAD
EDITOR'S NOTE: The in-
terview which follows with
Dr. Nabil Sha'at. spokesman
for the Palestine Liberation
Organization Political De-
department, is. according to
sha'at. the fi:st such inter-
action between an Israeli
journalist and ;' representa-
tive of the Palestinian cause
now espoused b- the PI.O in
the -6 years ol Israels
existence.
rail We believe 'hat only a dem-
ocratic state, in which all can
live in peace, should exist.
BESi GAD: II this is so. then '
there is agreemenl between you
and Israel which claims that a
Palestinian Aral) state on the
West Hank if established
will l>e dangerous to the secur-
ity of Israel.
Sha'at: Yes.
Pen Gad: Do yea think that in
of all the bloodshed, a
democratic state is possible? Is-
lam traditionally tolerates .lews.
but dees not treat them as
equa's. Are you not discouraged
by the fighting between ti eek
and Turkish Cypriots this year
and betwe n Christians and
Moslems in Lebanon in 1958?
Sha'at We are aware of the
difficulties. However, with the
ation cf our Sephardic
brothers (Jews living in Israel
Orthodox Confab
In Boca Weekend
To respon I to recent interna-
tional recognition of the PLO.
and the effects ol Arab oil poll-
ies, the I'nion of (Orthodox
Iewi.>!i Congregatl ins ol Amer-
ica ha- expanded the program
of its Thanksgiving Week na-
tional convention in Boca Raton.
According to L'OJCA presi-
dent, Harold M. Jacobs. 'The
finest lay and rabbinic leaders
on the continent are gathering
to develop effective new commu-
nity and synagogue programs to
meet these Challenges to Jewish
and world survival."
led by Pinchas Sapir, for-
mer Finance Minister of the
State of Israel, and current head
of the Jewish Agency, the con-
vention is exploring new pro-
grams to rally public support for
the Israeli position in the Mid-
dle Last.
"In addition, we will launch a
new drive to encourage commu*
nit.-wide energy conservation,
to lessen the effectiveness of
Arab oil blackmail." Jacobs said.
According to the convention
(hail man. Al II. Thomas, an I
Marvin Herskowitz, one of the
most controversial issues before
the convention "is the Union's
relationship with the Synagogue
Council of America."
Earlier this year, the UOJCA
susp nded its participation in the
Council.
The Union of Orthodox C'on-
gations of America is the cen-
tral spokesman lor North Amer-
ican Orthodox Jewry, and its
biennial convention establishes
the movement's policies and pro-
grams.
The Union's 26th anniversary
biennial convention opened Wed-'
nesday and will close Sunday
at the Boca Raton Hotel.
Jackson Amendment Seen
Well Launched on Way
Continued from Page 1-A
M. Jackson (D, Wa.sh.i in which he gave Soviet assurances that
it would no longer prevent Soviet Jews and others from emi-
grating oi- hat ass those who apply for emigration.
Kissinger's ap|>earance was requested by Sen. Harry P.yid
ilnd., Ya.i, and the committee approved it.
Under the exchange of letters between Jackson and Kissin-
ger, the .1 M-V measure as it applies to the Soviet I'nion will
be waived for IS months while the Soviet government proves
its good faith on allowing Soviet citizens to emigrate if they
so wish.
from Arab countries 1. we will be
able to achieve an equal society.
This will replace the discrimina-
tion in Israel by Kuro|>ean Jews.
BKX <;.\I>: If this is so, why
did you send your i>eople to kill
innocent jieople in Maalot and
Kiryat Sin mona and other set-
tlements, knowing that they
were populated mostly by Orien-
tal Jews, whom you call broth-
ers? i A TV representative from
Egypt nods as a sign of agree-
ment with me and a Wall Street
Journal .journalist published this
question in his paper the follow-
ing day.'
Sha'at (uneasy and hesitant-
ly t: I have no answer to that. I
will personally raise the ques-
tion in our organization when I
I'lii! to Beirut. I w ill ri mind
you though that the raids were
conducted by extremists.
BEN : Put what about
killing as a political device"
Shoul 1 not a respected national
movement distinguish between
killing in the battlefield and kill-
in- unarmed civilians0 I don't
distinguish in our case between
Eurojiean and Oriental Jews.
Sha'at: (impatiently): Would
you deny that by our military
struggle we attracted the atten-
tion of the world to our prob-
lems? cur acceptance in Rabat
and this invitation to the United
Nations arc indications of our
success.
Pen C'.a 1: I listened to Yasir
Arafat's speech, and it seems to
me you oiler Israel either war
or surrender, and I am sure the
isiaehs will not surrender. The
problem of the Palestinian peo-
pie in the past, as well its today,
is lack of responsible leadership
which adopts compromise as the
fine ait of diplomacy. All the
suffering of the Palestinian i>eo-
ple is because of irresponsible
lea lership.
s|| \\ I : When we d, al with
principli we do t't belies < in
pragmatism.
Hen i;. : I- it fair to tei: your
peop'e the wdi return to their
home kn : ,t these h
don't exist anymore?
Sha'al at ril; >: I :.'
understand the logii ol the Jew-
ish people, if you have the right
to :, (urn (o Palestini aftei
years, why do you deny the right
to return after 26 \eais?
Ren Cad: Where will your ref-
ugee! return to The house-,
your refugees left In 1948 either
don't exist anymo:. or are taken
by Arab-Jews who came as refu-
gees from Arab countries. Also,
why Should we let your people
enter our country knowing that
their intention i> our destruc-
tion?
MIA'AT: We have pressured
the Arab countr.i- to let the
Jews return to their places ol
origin. Three yean ago. Iraq
agreed to 'et tin Jews return.
Ben Gad: I air. not intereste I
in living with Qadaffl (Libya's
president). Until now you spoke
with the Israeli-- with the gun
What is the messagi you warn
to >cnd them now ?
sha'at: Tell youi people we
want peace in dei ocratic P
estine Thi n v%e eet '-
other I' I A'.. as ft ien Is
1 en I lad I haw 'I
in Tel Aviv. I p efei to m I
you In Belt it is.
.' fter the I
i; i II Ara
delegate, (nir short i
wa- I rupted by the suddi n
death of his I i
(hat morning.
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^Jenifi fhrSdttan
Page 9-A
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Why Common Market Nations Abstained
esl no resolution, Their goal was
reported to he 130 mil of the 138
General Assembly votes.
Last month's resolution Invit-
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Hv YITZHAK RABI
UNITED NATIONS 1.ITA1 Consultations continued hue
among the nine memlier nation- of the European Common Mark' t
on an Arab-s|>onsored draft resolution calling for indei>endence and
sovereignty for the Palestinian people and their tiyht to return to
their homes and property.
The omission Ol any reference
to the future status of brael hi
the draft, or to Security Coun-
cil Resolution 242 which since
I9t>7 lias been considered here to
bo the basis of any future Mid-
east peace settlement, has caus-
ed considerable concern among
the West European delegations.
THE DRAFT, which has the
support of the non-aligned bloc
a well as the \rai-. was unof-
ficially circulated several days
ago. The U.S. delegation has not
yet bean presented with copy
hut is aware of Its contents.
The strategy of the Arab
Vi.itcs. apparently, is to gain
west European support for the
rlrafl before approaching the
U.S. The European nations have
indicated thai they could no!
vote for a document thai ex-
plicitly calls for the dismember-
man! of brael.
Bui it that intention is delib-
erately left vagU..... implicit.
- ime European states might
tote for the resolution or at
least abstain, some observers
l..... felt.
TUB ARAB delegations have
made no secret of the fact thai
they are out to garner the larg-
est possible majority for the Pal-
Schlesinger
Understands
('outinui-(| on Page *A
- inally, bul told a pre-.- confer-
ence In Phoenix, Ariz., later that
e will not dismiss Brown for his
one mistake."
A PENTAGON memorandum
on the meeting reported thai
Schlesinger had Invited the lead-
ers and released their names
According to those questioned
about the meeting, thi Jewish
leaders pre- nt agreed 'hat the
discussion was no! to be made
public.
The group came t" th meet-
In it was said, with no oi-
i nii/ed position and left without
-suing a statement Schles i
was the only government offl-
i ial participating in the meeting
According to a memorandum
released bj the Pentagon, the
Jewish leaders who attended the
meeting with Schlesinger were
' abbl Israel Miller. Max Fisher.
Raymond Epstein, Mrs. Charlot-
te Jacobson, Elmer Winter. Hah
I. Arthur Hertzberg. Mrs. ROM
Mat/kin, Lewis Cole, Hymen
I ookbinder, Dore Senary, David
l ro iv, Ralph Plofsky, I. 1-
Kenen, and Yehuda Hellman.
big the PI.O to participate in
the Palestine debate was adopt-
ed by an overwhelming 105-4
vote. I'l.O .s|H)kesnian Shafik Al-
Hout said here that the Arabs
wanted a very strong pro-Pales-
tine resolution bul were prepar-
ed to modify it to obtain a larg-
er majoi ity.
\ s- okesman for the British
di legation said the resolution's
proposals have been transmitted
to London for study but other-
wise declined to comment on it.
He confirmed, however, that
consultations are continuing
with a view that Israel's con-
tinued territorial sovereignty
and integrity must lie included
in the resolution and also refer-
ence to Resolution 212.
MEANWHILE, Egypt which
was expected to sound a voice of
relative moderation in the Arab
camp, proclaimed all-out support
for the Palestinian demand-.
The Egyptian Foreign Minis*
ter. Mohammed SamUi Anwar.
told the General Assembly that
lii.s country believes the Pales-
tinians may resort to "all
means" to obtain and defend
their rights.
He accused Israel oi trying to
create the circumstances that
would enable it to launch a new
war. lit -aid that Egypt won I
not hesitate to join the other
Arab countries ill the face of Is-
raeli aggression.
JNF STRENGTHENS ISRAEL
Esther Dermer sings the National Anthems as the Hon.
Jay Dermer and her mother Yaffa look on.
The Dernier Family, who have opened their home to the
Jswish National Fund Pacesetters Event for the last 5 years,
have been praised highly by Dr. Irving Lehrman, JNF Foun-
dation Chairman and Judge Zev W. Kcgan, President JNF
Southern Region lor their contribution that they have made
to strengthen the Jewish National Fund in Greater Miami.
Israel
Rebuffs
UN Vote
Continued from PaRe 1 A
including research into its his
toric past, while preserving Its
unique ami universal character."
Israel's first offli ial responsi
to the General Assembly vote
was contained in a Foreign Min-
istry statement which -aid the
resolutions "make a mockery Of
the spirit which moved the
founders of the organization 29
yean ago, after the defeat ol
Nazi tyranny."
HKAMIIMi THEM a I id-
ol shame tor the UN, the state-
ment said the resolutions dem-
onstrate the sad truth that the
forum originally designed to be
a platform for peace and broth-
erhood among nations has be-
come a rostrum for the encour-
agemant of tenor and Incite-
ment '" war."
Dr. Irving Lehrman. JNF Foundation Chairman calls upon
the assembled 10 redouble their efforts on behalf of Jewish
National Fund and to rededicate themselves on behalf of
Israel, as Mr. Abraham Grunhut. JNF Vice-President in
Greater Miami, looks on.
The Hon. Jay Dermer, President of the Jewish National
Fund of Greater Miami reports to the Pacesetters on his
recent visit to Israel, as Dr. Irving Lehrman, JNF Founda-
tion Chairman and Judge Zev W. Kogcn. Pres., JNF South-
ern Region look on.
Th- Hon. Jay Dermer. President of Ihe Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami and his charming and
lovely wife, Yaffa. have tendered a Jewish National Fund Pacesetters Party in their home, to set the
mood and spirit for the forthcominq JNF Governor's Ball, to take place on December 15th at the Fan-
SnVblwu Hotel. It was a most beautiful and impressive event, where the Pacesetter, .mbued with
he"r rededication. have shown their undemanding of Israel's problems by doubling their efforts on
behalf of Jewish National Fund. The Hon. Jay De.mer presented the problems of Ismel and the d*
ficu'ties it faces He spoke of his experiences on his recent visit to Israel, where he met with Prime
Mincer Rabin and Arie Sharon, thehero of the Yom Kippur War. who crossed the Suez Canal ana
almost annihilated the Egyptian army.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman. JNF Foundation Chairmin. stressed the need for patience and P^ever_
one. and called upon American Jewry not to get tired, but to stay on quard. to be vigilant, alert and
ready for any sacrifices in the future, in view of what is going on in Israel.
Mr. Abraham Grunhut JNF Vice President, called upon the assembled to continue their effort, in
view of the approaching date of the Governor's Ball, and asked each leader to share the burden and
; ^nsiLiHties^in proportion with Israel. Mr. Grunhut spoke of his brothers-law. who lives on the
Syrian frontier, and brought examples of the daily sacrifices the Israelis go through.
Judge Zev W. Kogan. President JNF Southern Region thanked the Hon Jay Dermer and h, wife
Yaffa Dermer Mr & Mrs. Herman Dermer. the parents of Jay Dermer and Kathy Schwarz, Chairman
of JNF for Women for their efforts and hard work they put in making the party ^success it was. He
also praised the assembled and especially thanked Mrs. Gus Mentz. Chairman of JNF for Women and
President of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah. Mr. George Kotin, Chairman of JNF Forte Towers
and Ezra Finegold. Chairman, Me Ami Development. The National Anthems were sung by Esther
Dermer, their 4 year old daughter.
The musical program was presented by the soprano Mikki Schifl accompanied by Maestro^Shmuel
Fershko.
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Today, We Salute
* PLO--Tomorrow,
Death of Israel
'JpilK DANOBB now looming on the horizon lor Israel us a result of the
wing Arab domination of the United Nations was the center of the
deliberations at the four-day national conclave of the top leaders ol the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee held in Los Angeles.
I; was the leadership of the American Jewish Committee that had actively-
helped in the creation of the United Nations in 1945. I remember the role which
Judce Joseph Proskauer and Jacob Blaustein, two late presidents of the AJCom-
mittee. played in San Francisco at the founding of the United Nations. I saw
them there at work in oi>en efforts behind-the-seene.
BLAI sikin w.\s later chosen by the U.S. government as a member of
its delegation to the United Nations. Another AJCommittoe president. Morns
B. Alt am, also served as an important member of the I'.S. delegation to the
United Nations.
A beautiful modern ar-t sculpture was put up by Blaustein on the premises
of the United Nations maiking his friendship with the UN Secretary General
Dag Hammarskjold.
. day the United Nat! ins is by far net the same. It is no longer the UN
t: at bad adopted the hi I I irtil m Resol tion" which brought about the
Ishmenl <;t I Is.ael. It is lev-eloping i re and more into an
A ab oroi u ted ..:.. .:, re than two-thii Is ol its
me::-. i iti tec are fa ti I whi e the remainder are mostly In U ferent
tiik mcUNE ol the : hority of the United Nations reached a
c/imax last month when 105 of its 138 member state delegations comprised
primarily of the Arab bloc, Afro-Asian bloc and the Soviet bloc countries
voted at the UN General Assembly to recognize the Palestine terrorists and
invite their representative to participate in the Assembly's debate on the Arab-
Israel its .>' which is scheduled to start this week.
Never befoie has the United Nations sunk so low to make its rostrum a
forum for terrorist leaders. Never in Its entire existence has it generally
invited anyone who did no! represent a member state to address its Assembly.
The only "outsider" who ever spoke at the Assembly was Pope Paul VI, the
head of the Vatican City, a sovereign State His was a message of friendship,
not ol hatred.
WHAT WAS bothering the American Jewish Committee leaders at their
fl lay parley was not merely the fact that the United Nations has proven
.i- : an organ practically under Arab control submitting to Arab demands and
caprii c-
The Jewish loaders were also seriously perturbed by the fact that all the
.ernments with the exception of the United States tacitly
condoned the UN decision to invite the Arab terrorists, by abstaining from
voting.
France even voted openiy in favor of extending the invitation to the
terrorists.
Tills SHOW'S to what extent the democratic world is ready to yield to
the th eats I the rulers ol the Arab oil coi ntries, in fear of being cut off
from oil supplies, or have the price of oil raised by the Arab potentates to a
prohibitive height than it is now.
Friday, November 29. 1974
9-JfmistthrkJKwf j*f* |UA
C*rl
A SI range Vision: Jews
As Aliens tin Ml. Sinai
CANTA CATERINA We reached the top of Jebel MllM, the traditional
3 Mount of Moses here in the Sinai, after i lm! ng some 2.....0 feel ol
steep rocky path above the Santa Caterina Monastery. Although we had si
Pom the monks' fortress before dawn, we met s ores of young people, both
Israelis and visiting students, already on their was down the mountaii
Some were laughing; some showed signs of wearii e oi boredom. None set i l
particularly moved or inspired by then- experience.
We reached the top. On the level area of about 60 square feet there was
an ancient church and a dilapidated mosque, the latter with a worn prayer
rug on the floor. The view out over the rugged Sinai wilderness was breath-
taking.
BIT AFTKR all the exertion and all the expectations, the fulfillment was
disappointing. Something was mussing. One member of our party took out his
"talit." his large prayer shawl, swathed himself in it. and o[>cned hi- prayer
book. Perhaps he was experiencing something
Fo: the others, the feeling was no more than thai of "mission a<
pushed," after which it was time to start down again True, there i< no hist-
evidence that this is the precise spot where Moses stood when he received the
two tablets of the law. but it has been hallowed by the tradition ol
cent; i
It is. at the very least, a symbol of one of the great events in the history
of mankind an event in which the Jewish people played the key roe
LATEB I spoke to a young novitiate of the Greek Orthodox Church. In his
black cap and gown and black beard he looked no different from the
monks of Santa Caterina. but 1 quickly learned he was 27-year-old
Kambites, of Montreal. s|>ending a year in lonely communion with God and
Moaea before he resumed his studies at his theological college in Massachusetts,
' Mount Sinai means absolutely nothing to them," he gestured at the scores
Of American and Israeli youth playing their mountain-climbing game. They
have no sense of identification with Moses or with the Law even though it is
their Moses and their Law. Do they have no dee; feelings?"
Later I heard the young Greek Christian arguing with the Jews, trj
to sell" them their own heritage
LOUIS OOUMNO once wrote about his Impulsive mania to follow in the
footsteps of Moses the I^iw-giver. And when he reached the top, aft.:
pages of mounting suspense, he experienced a greal letdown. "I was on p
of Mount Sinai, it was a topographical fact yet something was missing."
Later, he thought he had found the explanation. Tor the Holy Mo intain
is a spiritual, not a physical ex|>erience. Few men have ever reached UK
mit. and few will get there again."'
By their thousands, Jews flock to the Western Wall in Jerusalem, and
even the scoffers and unbelievers are vibrant with a sense of their own
place in the chain oi Jewish history. Is it true as '< Iding wrote, that Sinai
was but a way station on the Journey to the towers and fields oi Zion?
13
t
A History el Moslem
i
Domination in Spain
rpilK HISTOKV of Jews in Spain from
711 to about 1000 is one of the lesser
known eras of our past.
Eliyahu Ashtor is a professor of Mos-
lem history at the Hebrew Unive
ami was a visiting professor at Har-
vard.
Ills BOOK, "The Jews of Moslem
Spain." translated from the Hebrew by
n and Jenny M. Klein (Philadel-
phia, Jewish Publication Society. $12,
467 pp.) Is a keen disappointment. We
have here a knowledgeable authority
and competent teacher whose historiog-
raphy is not equal to his other virtues.
The language of the book is prissy
and mid-Victorian. The flights of fancy
me the author. He commits a
cardinal sin by preaching and editorial-
izing as if he were talking down to the
reade. -
His digressions on irrelevant material
mar the reading oi what should have
been good history. The above faults are
not those of the translators. I consulted
with those familiar with the original
Hebrew version and was told that the
original suffered from my enumera-
tions.
THE TRANSLATORS might have
exercised their license. Almost 1,500
years ago, a rabbi stated that he who
translates literally is a traitor to the
original. The JPS should have acted
when the translators did not.
The role of the Jews in Spain under
Moslem domination began with
v^ewmeifi
JLrimkt
nan
the conquest of the various kingdoms
and principalities of the Iberian Penin-
sula in 711. The Jews aided the con-
querors because the Catholic bishops
and several kings had often made life
for Jews unbearable.
5] anish Catholic religious intolerance
and fanaticism was evident ever since
the downfall of Arianism in the 4th
century. The period from 711 to the
tenth century witnessed a rather be-
nign era for Jews under the Omay-
yads, especially under Abdarrahm I
K.)f.-7,SSi and Abdarrhaham III (912-
961 I. It was during the reign of the
latter that there rose to power and
eminence Hadai ibn Shaprut.
THIs PKRIOI) also marks the de-
cline of Babylonian Jewry and the
famous academies, Pumbedita and Su-
tra. Spanish Jewry assumed the center
of Jewish learning and then began the
Golden Age of the Jews.
Ashtour uses such puerile remarks as
"men whispering in remote corners of
the synagogue" and "slain out of hand."
He makes important statements but
supplies no supporting footnotes and,
on the other hand, supplies citations
for insignificant comments. There is
no map of the Iberian Peninsula, a
deplorable oversight. There are maps of
Jewish quarters but they lack identifi
for numbers underneath the
maps. The material is in the book.
' lent editing might have separated
he chaff from the wheat.
atJ**W *^cnwartz
hat Power is Like
Behind the Scenes
pit RMLNT election- in Engtand are | ... .. ,,,l;
a Jewish point ol view. There were no ,, ,, M Jew^ ,
lates running for seats in Parliament and than 45 Jew ne i
se"V" *"* .....y ~"Wrable numb, ,' ..^
^ou find Jews in America In their fair share in art, music theater
usctrngvbuthard,ycarryin' ^ght rpoS
" ,,,K* ls a Kissinger, State .,
JPPrtntive office. Why are American Je ,,y 15? ruml
It is all the more strange when we are told, for instance that in
New York a, !e,st. and H probabl, true eljwhere l,
of those going to the poll. Is greater among Jews ******
wSSSS
com^-Th "'ST.' P"""S 'ln" '*" "* -he
"the
no,ici;;^,Jcz,s;;r,;1;:;,;;,',;:kr.i'1 ^ i**- *-. ** **
reckoned with" ^^^ "" tm* VOlMctUy to be
sjw"pss*p


Friday, November 29, 1974
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Pa.}? 11-A
Israelis Hope
To Conserve
On Power
By GIL SEDAN
i JERUSALEM (JTA) The
:it and national tnstitu
; are embarking on far-
i ting economj measure* In-
tpiuliil to conserve energj i
itfl v ol
ncy in Israel nrrent
i eri
The m itl i idered ur-
c.. in view of the ec i
c mi asun the
last we k Governme
I thai the examples of
i tightening should originate
on the highest lf\
AT A cabinet n
plan> were discussed for the
formation of at lead four minis-
i] committees to recommend
^conservation measures,
Finance Minister Yehosuhe
Rabinowitz announced that he
v\..- appointing a committee to
look into means ot saving petro-
leum and electric power.
He said he would also appoint
a public committee to study
working conditions at govern-
ment controlled corporations
a view to reducing power
consumption.
Similar directives have been is-
sued by Minister of Commerce
and Industry Haim Btrlev. He
asked the ministers of Labor and
Interior to see whether street
Mil lighting on highways
can bo cut down.
THE ISRAEL Electric Corp. i<
'I'd to Issue b ban on the
ii-.' i>t electric- power for dtsplaj
advertising and shop windows
after 9 p.m., with severe penal-
ties for violators.
Mesnwhite, Labor Minister
e Baram and the Minister
of Education and Culture. Aha
ron Yadiin. announced that thev
were closing their Tel Aviv of
fiees.
They are folio ving the exam-
ple set last week by Information
Minister Aharon Yariv who
Closed his Tel Aviv office to
eliminate a duplicati ry facility
and end the fuel-consuming
weekly automobile trips between
the capital and Tel Avh
The move, if followed by the
rasl of the cabinet, is expected
to save II. 15 million a year. But
it ha> encountered resistance
from some ministers who argue
that if they don't travel to Tel
Aviv, many Tel Aviv officials
will have to travel to Jerusalem
to conduct business with them.
THFRE was general agree-
ment in the cabinet that public
Criticism Of overseas travel by
government official* WSS unfair
as one minister Dut it a maitei
of demagogy in the mass madia."
'Cabinet ministers stressed
that they travel abroad only on I
official business or for the
United Jewish Appeal.
LEGAl NOTICt
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1Uh JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO 74..
ANC.EI i i .ST kflSA b]
fi HOSE I'ASTAiiX'A
Plali
FRANK VI t|J \\[ by
VN e
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KT'S
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Ti i: EDWIN J KA
NCTICF OF ACTION
\or \i:i:
ertj
- V.MEND1 n -. a to

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of your
w i ill-!! il. fen
Robert imi.1 e.N ; soj IHE,
. -
v Bu
- n or i.i H... _:iii day of
!l ml,.., |
u Hh the I ..ur' eitl
hefot tiff's ttornev
or it- itherw Ise a
ul: n ii! b< ii-. ed \ u
for ih. relli 'i. ma i led Ii the i om-
Dlalnl ur t>oti i
WITNESS im hand and th Real of
court nn il : I ii | N t em-
ber. 1974
RICHARD P BRINKBR
A* I III ik i the "hurt
By T Ii DELQADO
\- DcPUtV I'lerk
11 22-29 1-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEKEin HIVES' that
undersigned, desiring to engage
in busines* under the fictitious name
f TI.M COLLECTION AflSOCIA-
TU IN al Bouli vard Ml-
1 la to res
name with thi i "lerk of the
ii hi f D id. unti P
R< ''I'' "' vst PLASTIC PRODCCTS
INC
Myers, Kaplan, I.mi .-. A Kenln
I' > G eo rg< i; I.: i rd a ? I
ill Avi M
to i I i: P
ii
11 22-29 l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE C VISION
PROBATE NO. 74.1142
; E Estate i
SAKAH KAPLAN
I..... i.-..I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- herein gh
have filed Final Rerx rl and Petition
foi Distribution and Final Discharge
as Adminlstt itrlx i.......
Sarah Kaplan. deceasi thai ..n
i of I.....mbi i 1974. w ill
the Honorabli u Judaea
int! Floi Ida, for approv al
aaid Final Report -i r I for distribu-
tion and final die harge a* Adminis-
tratrix of the eatal a i f the tbovt -
..in, 'I d.....lent This lTtli da] of
November. 1974
l.ll'.r.V Sll VERMAN
GERA1 D SILVERMAN
\ rney
1 in Kl tt ''ii 'dins;
Miami. I'!.
Ti Ii phot :--
11 8-13
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XI 'Tli K is HEREBY OIVEN th it
the undei desiring to ens/are
In business under the fictitious name
..f MIN'oRlTY-MEI'IA ORGANIZA-
TION Fi>R VOLI'NTARY EQUAL-
i >PPI IRTUNITY V K. 125th
Street, North M tends to re-
gister said name with thi Clei
thi Cln in' n't Dad County.
Florida.
Mi IVE, INC
Morton H Z. mel
for Applicant
Suit.- 111. IRS6 X E 19th Avc
\ Miami Beach 33182
11 22-29 12 RI3
SINGLES $35 WEEK
DOUBLES S40-S45 WEEKLY
$1250-$1M0 TIL MAY 1
Central Air Kitch*nette
BOLIVAR HOTEL
740 OCEAN OtIVE, MIAMI BEACH
PLANNING
ON MOVING TO
ISRAEL?
HOW WONDERFUL
Call mt, Esther, 635-6554 and
let me quote you rates. Also
locri moving A long distance
swing anywhere in the U.S.
>r overseas.
A. B. VAN LINES INC.
(of Miami)
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. 74-32930
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE <>F
WILLIAM HARRIS. PETITIONEB
METTE HARRIS RESPONDENT
TO: METTE HARRIS
:.4i Spring Meadow -
\:> irtmant No .v
Sparks, Nevada 89431
TOU ARE HEREBY \< 'TIFIED
:hat an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage ha. been filed acainsl vi.u and
you are required to serrj eoDf of
your written defenaea, if any, to it
on LAW OFFICE OF ROBERT H.
Bl'RXS. attorney fur Petitioner,
ddreas is r I Lincoln Road.
, iso, Miami Beai h, Florida
and file tile original with the
clerk of the above styled court n or
before I >" ember M. 19T4: other* lae
a default "ill '" entered aaralnsl you
f.>r th<- relief demanded In the com-
plalni or petition
Tiiis notice shall be t>ui>iiahe.i once
each week f.r f->ur ronseoutlv weeka
,,' the JEWISH FLORIDI VN
WITXESS mv hand and the seal
i .i.urt at Miami. Florida on
tliis 13th day of Ni'v.inl.. 1974.
HI' HARD P BR1> ^' I
Ai Clerk u Court
1> ide i tounty, Floi
By: I. SXEEDEX
\. i ii duo Clerk
(Circuit I 'out' Si ill
I v\\ OFFICES I F
ROBERT H BURNS
m 0|n Road
Miami Beach. FI'
Attorney << p,UMo"i^15.|j.ej i- 6
LEGAl NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
J. GWYNN PARKER
PROBATE NO. 74-7839
In RE
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS

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LEGAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THE
ELEVENTH JLDIC.AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DACE COUNTY
PROBATE D VISION
PHOBATE NO. 74.
Ii RE i:
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NOTICE TO CPED TOPS
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
J. GWYNN PARKER
PROBATE NO. 74-7604
In RE- Estate "f
liEl IRGE HOXK3
,|... ,- |yed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
iiil' Claims or Demands Ajralnst Bald
Estate:
Y"U are hereby notified and reoulr-
il i.' present any claims and demands
you maj have axalnsi the es-
tate of GEORGE HOXK3 deceased
I Dade Countv. Florida, to the
Circuit Judaea of bade County, and
thi same In duplli ate and as
!!-..\ ided in Section 733 16. Florida
Statuti their offli .-> In the < !oun-
tj Courthouse In Dade County, Flo-
rida, within four calendar months
I time ':' the first ,-n
or the -ame w ill be ban d
. al Miami. Florida, this 2Sth
da> "i Xovi ml., r A I' 1974
ZEV VV Kl iGAX E~'J
As i:\. ul '
pul I t l .
thi 29th dav of Xovi mb< r. 1974.
AIDIX. ROTHEXBERG.
Kl KJAN A K' iRXBLCM
hv /- i VV K'oaan
Attort /.. n K u- < l'
12" Lit oln Rd Miami Bi
' 29 12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74.33894
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IX RE The Marriasri
Ri >T FRANKLIN THARP.
Petitioner. Hu>iiaini
and
Sl'ZANNE THARP.
Ri snondent Wife
T< Sl'ZANNE THARP
Resideni I'nkimwn
VOl" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that I'' tltion for Dissolution "i Mar-
i il:.' has been filed ajxali n you in
the above cause, and vou are reaulred
i. ., i s, a ipj of v.iur Answer to
the Petition of Dissolution of Mar-
riage on the Petitioner's attornev.
Rl ITSTEIN & MOLANS, HI" NW
'lili Avenue Miami. Florida
and file the orlainal Answer in the
of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court mi or before in.' 3rd day of
' ii uary. 1975: otherwise a default
will ii. entered amlnat vou.
DATED ni Miami. Dade County,
Florida this SSnd day of November,
::'T4
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of Cln till Court
Miami Dade Countv, Florida
B> <;i.< 'Kl \ ELLIS
As Deputy Clark
I'nurt Seal) _.
n : II S-13-J0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANE FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-524
in RE: Estate of
BLANCH H LEVIN,
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and reaulr-
ed to present any clalnu and l.mands
which you may have amlnat the es-
tate Of HI.ANCH H. LEVIN deceased
late "f Dade County, Florida t<> the
Circuit Judaea "f Dade County, and
file the same in dunlicate and as nro-
M.i.ii in Section 733.\*. Floruit Stat-
utes In their offices In the Cuuntv
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 Tth
dav of November. A I> 19M
JOSEPH SCHMIER
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the llih dav of November. 1974.
JOSEPH SCHMIER
Attorney for Estate of Blanch
ii Levin
no.". Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
Florida 3.1139
11 IS-33-ZS 1!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAf/E LAW
Xi iTK'E IS HEREBY IIVEX thai
thi undersisned, l.
In lai din i lious l ,ii-..-
, vs I i \s- E8 al
904 si: Hlali Drlv Flor-
Ida lo Intend l I name
with the Herk of 'in- I "Ircull ourl "f
Dade County, Florida
Jose a it Ihuela >;
Jose -\ irlhuela. Jr.
11 22-39 12/8-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious n ime
of CONVENTION PUOGRA1I UN-
l im ITED al 9300 s I 'Ixle t'.S 1.
Miami. Forida Intenda reglatei
name v. nil the Clerl the I circuit
'i in t vi 11.in- Cou Florl la
ALICE L4PSH v v.
11 li-22-38 12 G
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage In
business under the fictitious name of
INTERNATIONAL BEACTY SALON,
i gton Avenue. Miami
Beach Florida. Intends to r.-k-isirr
name with the cirk of the Cir-
cuit t'nurt of Dade County Florida.
INTERNATIONAL BEAVTY
SA I 'N INC
DANIEL BETTER ESQUIRE
Attorney for Aoplk i
lini.". Cnngl ess Building
MI.Ffc. u/S-W-JI-J*
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 RE: Thi Marriage f
i:|.\V ARD C VVAGNE t,
llu-'
.,',,1
GENEVIEVE WAGNER.
Will
Ti i UENEVIEVE IVAGN
' till
Baltimore. M
VOl' AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a petition for D'ssoiui
Ute lias heel
ed in this court and you are reoulred
to serve a i opy f ten de-
if any, In It on BARRY IV
SCHREIIIER, ESU of BERGER .<
SI "H REIUIIR al Pi
v hose addn Is :'"-" X E
Street, North Mam Beai h,
33162, and file the original iih the
clerk of the al ov< styled i nurl on or
befori I nib. i- 37, 1974; otl r Ise I
default will be ent<
for thi relief praj I for In the i m -
plalni or
This notice shall he published
each week for four consecutive weeks
in the JEN ISH FLORIDIAN
WITXESS mv hand and tl
of said court al Mlam r i da on
tin- iih das ol \ i er 1974,
RICHARD P BRIN .
At Merk Circuit i
l lade Countv F'orida
B) '' P COPELAND
At i leouty flerk
fi "in uil ''"in I Si
BERGER .>.- 8CHREIBER
2020 X E 163rd Street
Xorth Miami Beach. Florida ""162
Attornt y for Petll loner
T< leol oni 94; -7527
29 I! 3-13
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. 74.32943
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
In RE: THE MABRI VIE OF
GEORGE ELLSWORTH EDWARDS.
Husband
ami
I" IRIS DELUCA EDWARDS.
Wife
TO DORIS DELl'CA EDWABD8
i \ mi Avenue.
Brooklyn. Xew York 11334
VOl' ARE HEHEBY NOTIFIED
that a petition for Dlssolutli of your
Marriage has been filed and ommenc-
ed in this court and you are reou I
to ...,m,. a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to II on David R.
vv, iMiian. Esquire of WOLF and
BCHONINOEB. P.A attorney for
Petitioner, wins, address is Suite 701
Dadeland Towers, 9S South Dade-
land Boulev ird, Miami. Florida 331S6
and file the original With the clerk
of ih.- ahov.- styled court on or before
December 2fl 1974 otherwise da-
fault will be entered against vou for
ih.- relief praj d f r In the com-
plaint or petition
This notice shall be PUh
each week f< r fout ul ve weeks
in THE JEWISH FI ORIDIAN
WITNESS mv hand and the seal
.1 court al Miami Floi
tin- 11th dav of l'! ember. 1974.
R|< HARD P BRINKER
is Clerk. < UH Court
I lade Count >. P irlda
Bi B .1 l'"V
\- Deputy Clerk
ti'lrcult Courl P
DAVID R vv EISSM VN ESQI'IRE
Wi >LF and BCHONINGER P A.
Suite 708 l ladeland
9300 Bout h I ladeland Bouli
Miami Floi ul i
.Mini i | !"l Pi til I..... '' ""'
It li-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DACE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
NO. 74-3417!
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIV -
AC'ON FOR D SSO:.LT.ON
OF MARRIAGE

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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COU1T OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-34180
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Th. Mai
\ J TYSON,
.'
and
MIKE!. R TYSON.
liU.-l'
To: MIKEL R. TYSON
. o B "'1 SI >N
Utl 'I'' \ I
| ute. 0 homa
Y'o .m.i: mI.i.i.i'.Y NOTIFIED
thiil for 1 dssnlution ol Mar-
ring! filed against vou a *i you of
to it on
EXE 1 EMI ICH fur
2726 VV.
Stri and
i |erl of
the url
iar> Ii fault
will I foi
or

ill he i'uMi-1'i d onca
.
ISH FI iRIDIAX
\v ITXE8S thi si al of
tin as Maim. Florida on
26th lav of X : i
R i H IRD P BRI>
As i.i k, l 'ii ui url
I. ide 'ounl v F'l la
Bi a 11 w VDE
.\- i 'ii
uil Court Si ll I
\i. I BJILIi H
.' t Flagler Street
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Atl
11 29 IS d-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR DADF COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN PROBATE DIVISION
No. 74-7321
Ii RE Esl n
HARRY GORDON.
I .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
tors and All Pet "Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Esl iti
' ullir-
ed to pi n i em la
wl li > mi ma v have as hi es-
tate of HARRY '; 'i:l" IN dei 1
i the
i' uit ( ourl of I lade i 'our rj and
file the same in dunlicate and .- oro
\ Ided in Si 733.11 Floi Id i Stat-
utes in their offli i untF
C urthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within four calendai from the
time ..f The first nubllcation hereof.
hi -a ui- will b< haired
Dated al Miami, F'orida this 35ttt
.! ,\ of No< mher, AD 1974
SADY'E R GORDON
Ai Executrix
Fir-t publication of ibis no'Ice on
'i dav of \. \ ember, 1974
- a SIRKIX. P v
to Ext utrlx
i lade Federal Ride.
Miami Florida I 14551
12/5
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
NO. 74-34069
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IN RE
PETITION OF
NATHANIEL B ROBINS' >N
To: vv II LIE JORDAN. JR.
in I'nkn.iwn
YOU ABE HEBEBY XOTIFIBD
thai a Petition for Adoption has b. i
filed acainsl you and you are requir-
ed to serve a eopv of your Written
if any, to It on Martin
S'an. attorney for Petitioner, whose
. Idt -- is 130 Lincoln Road, Miami
h. Florida Mnn and file the
lal with the clerk of the abova
stvled i ourl on or before 11,,. mber
St, 1974: on,.a ,i |m .. ,|. ,i- wm
bi i nsl s"" for the relief
demanded In the complaint or oetl-
This notice al ill bi published mice
iiir '"in ttlv \\"eeka
in THE JEW ISH FI OBIDIAN
witness no band and the seal
ai Miami. Florida on
35th da> nf November 1974
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Af Clei k, Circuit Court
i' :. 'ounty, Hoi nil
Bv 1 SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
.. url
M i -in =T\riR
430 lain oln I
Miami Beach. Floi Ida 331 ,
':', ,,6-13-20


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Friday, November 29, 1974
JINDLIN
How Could Jews Have Killed?
Continued from Page 4-.-X
not a fashionable figure ai
n,oio. It bores i io manj !*v>:>lo
and should l>c used sparingly.
in ;a lesh is the 'ln-"word
these days i
I don't recall anybody in sub-
stantial numbers stan ling up at
the time to point an accusing
finger at the saiii man-.
I\ FACT, what I il<> recall
was a kind t smirking, under-
the-breath attitude i "m
power to them."
It is tiie sort >: thing I sense
now in the world reaction t<> tl
PLO generally, "more power t<>
them," and all those liberal Gen-
tiles tthe number <>f New Left
Jews is small in comparison)
seem perfectly willing to suffer
the occasional terrorist outrage
to them, such as the latest hi-
jacking of a British jet to Tunis,
as the price for the joy of get-
ting down to the i>ssibility of
an Israel dismembered.
It's something like sitting on
the siilelines at a football game.
Sometimes, the play conies un-
comfortably close a behemoth
of a tackle might flatten you as
you sit on the bench In all in-
nocence when all he means to
do is to stop an end sweep
around his line. But the view i-
gorgeous, and it's not really you
he's after anyway. The dan.,Tr
of jour position, you opine, i-
worth it.
WHAT AM I to say by way
of explanation to these bleedinc
hearts that the people of Beit
Shean are oriental, not "Anglo-
Saxon" Jews?
That they express themselves
as passionately as any Arab at
the death of their loved one-'.'
Thai their tradition, unlike OUTS,
is not to bite the bullet of [>er-
.sonal agony? That in sheer fills-
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i H E INTE1 LECTUAL
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tedly, the retaliation al Beit
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i: thai was their ol not
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attractivt '
i it was ugly, it was
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larl be rause it gave us a pre-
view Into the profound emo-
tional change taking place in Is-
rai as, for the first time in her
modem existence, she seems to
be losing her cool
On the other hand, the Choms-
ky types, the Peter Ustinov
types who consider Israel and
Judaism a crashing bo:e. can
hardly be expected to respond
to the politics of the PI.O as-
sault on Beit Shean. either.
IF TIIK Jew dies in resigna-
tion, it merely confirms their
image of him as obsequious and
detestable.
If the Jew dies fighting, he is
a "sadist" or else a fanatical im-
perialist, depending upon wheth-
er it is a New Leftist, or a lib-
eral Gentile, or a pocket reto
convert making the judgment.
And so, what we must do is
to remain unperturbed by them.
They are the gnats in an already
uncomfortable situation. In
them, there Is no salvation.
TIIK LONDON Times of Sun-
day, ever on the lookout for
what's fair, in this (;.s.- the re-
taliatory ascendancy of the
PI.O, may properly be expected
to advocate their cause, and that
should be giHid enough reason
for US to be confirmed in our
scorn for these Inquisitoi
On the other hand, we must
not ignore them. Their cupidity
i~ merely a minor sin. The larg-
e danger in them is that they
as the screen 1>< hind
which the truly sinister ones
lurk the Fulbi ights, t Az-
bourel the Bi ns.
,\s TOM Wolfe taughl us, it I
was not the ra lical cl ic, the
Li onard Bern te and his
i, who sold out the Viet-
namese cause, for all the fund-
raising parties he held at his
home in suppoi I ol the Cong,
it was that the parties gave
: Hit)
Th il t the New l. ft
r id last weel n the I e-
all i
U ii
ti e" ( the PLO t it e, tl
ng tiie s '!

Lboun ks
...' ch the same t
th il the French lassooi I Y.
A st I efi a ear-
United Nations and
gi i him to shave,
SOMEHOW, I sense in all this
tl a a reliving the historj
ol the 1930*3. On -e again, it
seems to me. thi fate of the
Jews and the fate of western
civilization have invome inex-
tricably Intertwined And. once
again, western civilization doesn't
like it.
Western civilization thinks
that, by selling out the Jews, it
can ride out the storm. The
French are the best at this; that
is why it was they who got
Arafat to shave.
Who better knows the rela-
tionship between morality and
surface nicety? That in sum, is
French culture
BIT IN the wake of the Arab
massacre at Beit Shean. which
the world applauded with I'nited
Nations resolutions calling for
the extinction of Israel, that in-
tertwining of fates became crys-
tal clear.
Until the truth about the mas-
sacre is universally recognized,
as Jews we will have a haul
time of it. possibly as hard as
the Israelis are having of it
right now.
Naked in its brutality, the
Pl.o todaj s] irts a coat and a
tie. and Mount Klsco is anxious
to have it join thi ii i ntry
club.
Our tra\ ail is met elj Bt its
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president of ihe Israel Histadrut Foundation, and Israel Kes-
sar, treasurer of the Histadrut in Israel, who was the guest
speaker.
Cohen: Who Among
Us Will Survive?
Continued from Page 4-A
really all about with those who
are so corrupted they no longer
know it.
At no point in his apologia for
Gen. Brown did he even mention
whit really shook the Jewish
coinmut'ily: "Jews own. you
know, the bank-;, the newspa-
per .< Li-te.id. he dwelt on "the
real cause of the trouble that so
worries Gen. Brown." which led
to his forecast of serious
American anti-Semitism if a now
die K ~t war broke out. And
th.,1 is whatl
i
"Th? real cans,.' writes Al-
- ip, "is the current lunacy of th?
left-wins Democrats and the lib
mil intellectuals. Despite the Is-
raelis, this lunacj has left us
with b d< fi ns program" that la
w< ah
SINCE BE had earii r brou hi
into his -' nario the "ultra New
Leftists v i Jea h, like
\ ,,,n Chomsky" one can only
conclud th it Alsop, like Saxb
::r'l Bi m". h the Jews in a
fix ,| po .ti. 'i between th. Lr own
n ins and thi lr left v In
and ripe truction in what
ever i itiiati i ar -
sheer
it tak t the nit d
o hi national
h i
ate th In
w telling of 1
of th? id
nt weel
AS THE world heads toward
destruction, it might be weTJ to
remember that one of the main
pillars of the biblical ioterprr
tat ion of history rests on the ides,
that there is an inextricable eon
nection between the sooio-moral.
condition of s people and rts u!
tiiwate fate.
I begin to wonder who amoiu;
the nations, who among us will
be the survivors chosen because
we have not made a mockery* of
those great moral values the
Jews have given the world.
Hans FI. Marcuse
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+Jenisti fhrldSaai
Pago 13-*
Vatican Urged to Reconsider Peace Prize
HEW YORK The American
Ltsh Congress has called on
L, Vatican to 'reconsider and
-ithhoW" the granting of its
nual Pope J<>hQ XXUI lntcl*
atonal Peace Prize U) the
tnitcl Nations Educational.
(Scientific and Cultural Organi/ i
ion
Cit;n: the UNESCO vote ex
uding Israel from its European
Igii nal group. Rabhi Arthur
trt; president of the Con-
|r. clarcd:
, :-,.; i ;:! ! ipatible with the
,.,:-. of Pope John JCX1H than
ouneement by the VatU ui
4-, award in his name to
foil >< 0
hing that pria
I i< nal peace activities
| b given to a specialize I
of the UN which 1ms gone
.r, to abandon its eon-
c, in education, m ience and
c rder 1 .'i ex
1 acts <>f political co a
I lur -
. .
Bltimbrrg Rcelected Pi.-sident
\\ ;\ 6m id M. Blum-
of Knoxville, Tenn. has
Offering to UNESCO
Blumberg heads an organization
thai expanded from 12 members
and $60 :n its treasury In 1U43
to half a million rh mbi rs and
an annual budget of some $20

Food I! sources Program
! iGELES- An agronomy
pro :
of Landm i fi
; i "i reelected pr *ident of ; '
B'rith, the 1 i
Act 0 inizat n.
rg was i
relation by tion of
i.' oup
was i I 11 ii nd 16
< pres
'i nts In ad lit
the org<
ins v I into
A- p i tide ai B'rith,
cam gn< d to prei nl ihe
d destruction of the
world i ittial i real ci
undert ikei bj Tel Aviv
in Israel, '.t wa an-
by Victor M.
n ui' th
I Boj I of G > rnors
! pre idenl "f th-
I TAU,
r ii - or "I botanj
at TAU and a world-renowned
r ':

t, th.'
prii c ipal aii i of v hi h i
i .....
ru-t which is decimating crops
throughout the world.
V.'
Propaganda Barrage
WASHINGTONRep, William
Lehman has i >1<1 the House of
Representatives that "the world
is being subjected to an unprece-
dented props ;anda barrage by
Arabs who favor the liquidation
dt Israel The occa Ion is the in-
vitation by a majority of the
I'niti ,l Nation to the Palestine
i ibei atton Oi ganization PLO
to speak before the General
Assembly.
"This unprecedented invitation
to allow a nongovernmental
group to addn th i UN rais ~
serious questi about the con-
tinuation ..! the world on
lion as a res] ble internation-
al forum."
New Director of Information
II RUS U.EM s .1 Kreutner,
director gi I Kci en Haye-
. id l nil (! Is i i Appeal, has an-
nounced th a intment ol Beu-
\ ,:] Rosei f( a* di eet i
!'n hit ima D lai-tm ti o
Keren 'lavs
Rosenfelder was born in Haifa
in 1937 and studied at the He-
brew University. He redded In
the United States for several
years and received his Master's
degree in journalism from Co-
lumbia University.
KarOfl Hayesod, established in
i20 ami headquartered here, is
responsible for the appeal on be-
half of lerael In all countries, ex-
cept th* United States.
New Women's President
KIAMESH \ LAKE. NY- Mrs
\l. Milton Perry, of Blkina Park,
Pa., has been elected as president
of the Woman's League for Con-
ervative Judawm. Two thousand
d legates attend" d a five-day con-
> < ntion here.
Mrs. Perry is among tli-
j iungestwomenevei \<. i* elect-
ed to lead a major national or-
inization. sh ;s a product of
Con- rvati' < m ivement in
Judaism, an elected member of
ie itional to ard of the Unlfo d
nag >gue >>; \m< ri< a, and co-
!i ir with her husband of sav
eral bonks.
sh.' i. th' d nighu r of Babbi
. Mrs il en J Niagil, ol
Philadelphia.
was eleel i '" a twoycar
Henry N
...- ,f s- .; | NY
\PLO Ignores Signs of Caution
c
i-.n EHUD VUliI
AVIV (JTA> "Win -i
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clash occui
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tine Liberal
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n i ent tor.
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h it the UN Gotl-
and then tl
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Slie in were I
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\< OUR \<.i:i> BV the ai
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Friday. November 29. 1974
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICc
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74.32725
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN RE: The Marrl use of
NEIL A MICHAELS.
Petitioner,
and
KATHLEEN L MICHAELS.
Respondent.
TO KATHLEEN I. MICH VI B
YOU ABE HEREBY N<
thai Petition for i> --' lu ol
n fll
need In thli Ci an and u
required to -
. n di fei ceo II n:
EDWARD PORCH, Atti i
tloner, I '-- -'
Dadeland T iwers, 9300 S- u
land Boulevard, Miami,
and file th. original wl'h thi tie
, ,.., :,i ,V1 styled C urt 01
ton Dei ember 16th. 1*74; i
will be enti ri aitalnsi i u me
,, rayed for In the P< I
This Notli I published once
eai h week for foui J] V. W8eks
|n t| Floridlan. IJO N B. bth
Btn l, Miami, Florida
WITNESS mi hand and tne seal 01
aid courl a) Miami. Florida on this
Uth day of November. 1974.
(Clri Ult Courl Seal) __
RICHARD P BRINKER.
a- i 'U rk. Circuit Court
Dadi County. Florida
B] MARION NEWMAN
a- Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Courl S
a ARD PORCH
Attoi nea Petitioner
Sin'' 702-'.'""" S I '.!'! ''"<' I'lvcl.
Miami. Flor da 33156 Tel: Ml- I
By i 1. Pi 'RCH
C, EDWARD PORCH ^ n/$
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOSEPH NESBITT
PRCBATE NO. 74-7539
In RF E
JACK F.i NS
dt
NC" CE TO CREDITORS
Tn Persons Hav-
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lalmi and dem
,vl yi I nve against th, i --
BINS d< ci ased late
I Florida, to the Clr-
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uollcate and at nro-
Florlda Btatu-
ottu es in the County
a 11.,.i. ('ounty Florida.
v. ii alend ir months from the
firsl publli atlon hereof,
will be barred.
\ m Florida, this 13tn
I Novembi r A.D 1974,
iRENi E R< IBBINS
A- 1"\' i hi rix
Firsl publication of this notice on
Ii .i day of November. 1974.
Marlon, F Robbins
BAXTER, FRIEDMAN & BOBBINS
Alton i Estate
is?:. N l. 163rd E
11 21-29
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-31679
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE< THE MARRIAGE OF:
LOUIS ARTHUR BLACK.
Petitioner,
MM:-, ELIZABETH BLACK.
R< spondent.
TO: MARY ELIZ tBETH BLACK
Cr. -- Roads
i. ion. Jan
HEREBY NOTIF ED
,l ulution "I Mai -
rlag-i en fll d agali sl you and
,,. Bri quin 'i serve a opj of
\, in wri If any. ti
'ONE. atlornej for
1 mioni r. wl -- 161 N' u
12 Avei v.. Mlam Florida

mi!! styled
court on or befori Deci mber 13th.
1974; ,.].. iull w 111 be en-
tered de-
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(not ini'.i lit 8315 B.W. 41st Tern
Miami intends to regli I nam
the Clerk of the Circuit Coui
. : I ..Hi. i lounty, Florida
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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the undersigned, desiring to em
In business under the fictitious nan
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cult Court of Dade County, Foi
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74.327->S
NOTICE OF ACTION
In Re:
THE MARRIAGE OF
1 VRIE ERA LI,
Petll
A! BERT KHALI.
Respondent,
To: Ail- m Brail
VOU ARE NOTIFIED (hat Ml
hi ijon i olutlon "t marriage hai
i.....n filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if atiy, to it on
m H Friedman. Petitioner's
Attorney, whose address Ii 306 Doug-
; R, .., i '... dab Florida,
I, i before Di ceml I '
;iinl file thi i rlginal Ith the I lerk
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nil will
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demanded in the Petition
ill I,,- publish) I
. ai n wei k f ir foui consecutive.
i e Jew sh Florldlai
. ,i Novi mbi p 12, 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER
CLERK
r. M tit|i IN NEWMAN
i :-;i!\ Clerk
(Cii. uit Ci urt .-
ll 16-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
NO. 74-32697
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
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NOTICE OF MCTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-31559
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Th.- Man-lag* of
JACKIE WATSON
i [--Husband
and
GLADYS WATSON
Respondent-Wife
TO: GLADYS WATSON
is Lorotts sir.'
Inwood. New York .,,,.
You ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an acton for Dissolution ol Mar-
rlagi has t.....n filed against you and
v,.u an n auired to serve a i opy ol
vour written defense I. to '
,... DAVID m GONSHAK, attorney
f,.r Petitioner, whose address Ii 1491
N W Tih Street. Miami. Florida
S312J and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled courl on or
befori December 13th. 1974; otherwise
a default "ill !" entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall !" published once
each week fr four consecutive weeks
n THK JEW ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS mj hand and the seal
i.f s.iiil court l Miami. Florida on
i h tober, 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
1 lade C'-unt\. Floi
By KRIS BLANCO
As Deputy CU :k
(Circuit Court Seal)
DAVID M Gl INSHAK
",4!'T N.W. Tih Stn '
Miami, Florida 33111
Attorney for Petitioner
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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(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 Tl M ll ,.r.-
):ll i 'l.I'll HUGO U IPEZ
Hii
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KAREN ANN LOPEZ
VRE.N ANN I IPEZ
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NO PROPERTY)
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udicial CIRC IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
L ACTION NO. 71-31944
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVIS'ON
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTON
OF MARRIAGE
I).
and
v M W.-l-
r A M VNSFIELD,
m At enue,
ry. New llamnshire 03038
ARE HEREBY NOTD7IED
liiion for Dissolution of your
i ai been Bled and com-
n 11, is COUri and you are re-
. a o|iv of your written
if any. to it on 8CHLI8SEL
:i: attorney for Petitioner.
Mi. .-- is 806 I .in,-on Road.
I, I 'mil 83131). and file
with the clerk of the
.il courl "ii or before De-
' 71 nil. i u is.- a default
ii.nnsl you fur the
\ed for in the complaint or
tlce chall be published once
for four i-onsecutive weeks
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
S inv hand and the seal of
ai Miami Florida on this
November, 1874.
LARD P. BRINKER,
Circuit Court
v County, Florida
ll I. SNEEDBN
As Deputy Clerk
'rl Real)
11/8-15-22-29
NOTICE OF ACTION
COT. ,VE SERVICE
' PfiOPEDT .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl iT
OF FLOR DA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 7.
ACTION FOR DIS.SOLLTION
OF MARRIAGE
THOMAS .- ENNEN
ilu b
and
LINDA M ENNEN
TO: LINDA M ENNEN
I '< ,. h
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage hai been filed against you and
you are ri auired to serve a i
your written defenses, if any, to n on
STANLEY i: GOODMAN, attorney
Tor Trillion, i whose address
N.W. (2nd Street, Miami, Florida
33147. and file the original with the
clerk oi ih, above styled court on or
before December 13, 1974: otherwiKe
default will !" entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
Th notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of Htld courl at Miami. Florida n
this 30th day of October, 1974.
HICHAHl) V BRINKER
Ai flerk, Circuit Court
Dade 'ounty, Florida
By it. J. FOY
As Liiputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
STANI.KY i: OiiODMAN
2688 N.W. 6::nd Street
Miami Fl'
Attorney for- Petitioner
U/l-16-32
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. 74-32085
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THK MARR1 MJE OP!
VICTORIA RAMOS.
p. tltloni r.
and
FELIPE i: tMOS.
I: -i ndent.
TO: FELIPE KAMI'S
6 Inti rlor
p r del Rio. Cuba
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai for l Ussolutlon i f
., igi has I" n flU 'i agalnsl you
: |,] Mu an required to serve a copy
nr written defenses if any. lo
. ai 'i 'i.i-1 Ki iSS. attorney tor
Petitioner, whosi address Is 101 N\v
Ih ivei ue Miami. Florida 128 ai d
file th, rlglnai with the clerk of the
b>, styled i iurt on or before De-
ci mbi r 13, 1974: i thi rwlse a
will I"- ntered agalnal you for the
nded In the complaint or
i" til
Tl not!) I'uMi-hed once
each week for four ci i ecutlvi weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
wrr.N ESS and thi .- al of
-.i ii ourt at Miami, Florida on this
6th day of Nov, mbi i 1974
RICH VRD P BRINKER.
As Clerl I rcult C
:' :, i ounty, Florida
11) P COPELAND
At I pui "lerk
i C III B)
AD) 'ii'' Ki iSS ESQ1 IRE
I I N.W 12th \
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IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Cate No. 74-31783
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
. i il
ALBER1 s V'ERA, Ilu I
MIRIAM ) V'ERA
U1RI W. il VEI1 \
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
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~N,ERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION. NO 74-31111
IN rS?JLC5 BV PUBLICATION
">J {:;,.'"l: MARRIAGE OFi
Wife U': NEBETTa
vs.
KK.TZ WILKINS NKRKTTK.
You. FRITZ WILKINS NERETTK
,:""iv''P1,;:::;1;:V'i-!-K
Deputy Clerk
11/8-15-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
" OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-421
fN RE: Estate of
LZZARIN.
' ""NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO MAKE APPLICATION
FOR DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
sreb) given that I have
, |ed im Fin 'I R< DOli and Petition
,, |. i on and Final Discharge
..,. Executrix of the estate "f SYLVIO
l VZZAR n ,!, ised, and thai i -i
...... wi|l
apply ii thi Hoporable < < u
Florida, for ai pn -..il
i Final Report and for pistrlbu-
.i K\. utnx
,.( the abovi amed
(l. |isl dH oi iMober.
DOLORES M 1.AZ/AHIN
RT l: WHITE
. .in pi nl Building
AMom.V
Fli i Ida 33131
Il/1-U-M.fJ
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-31600
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in RE THE M tRRIAOE I 'F:
DARRYL IJ30NARD. Petitioner,
P \Mi:l.a D w is LEONARD,
Iti spondent.
Tn PAMELA DAVIS I EONARD
RJ !, Mapli Creek Road
PA
Tor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that for 1 >s.,,Intl. M..1-
riagi filed against you and
you an ulred to sei py ol
If any, to It
i STi NE attori i j for
oner, whose address la 10] N W.
13 Avi in' Miami I 28,
e original
,i vi i ll
i ,.tn i on or befon l embei I.
' M .1! I" r. i|
sgainsl you for the relief demanded
in ih, complali l Ion
Tin- : shall be inii.ii i
UlV) weeks
'HE JEW ISII Fl.' IRIDIAN.
PN I:.- H IP 1 of
uri on toll
: Novi nilo-r. 1971
l. HARD P BRINK) R.
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Count!
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U B-15-22-M
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERV'CE
tNO PROPERTYi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-31752
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
E-EVE .TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 74-37061
ACTION
.TRACTIVE SERVICE
USE OF
i 'WELL,
THK \
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a ALBERTA
' l Hoti | \|. irtm.nt No 1
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. V'; NOTIFIED that an ar-
''' ', n fil.-,l aguinst
ou at- raaulred to serve a
''V' ur written defenses, If any.
., 'MAN. K,, I.KVKNSO.v:
g,'"1 arney. whose address In
...".' ayne Building. 19 West
'" -et Miami. Florida. 33130.
.,'.'. '", Uth. 1974. and file
with the oterk ..f this
rvloa on plain-
1 or immediately th.re-
a default will be en-
vou for the relief de-
complaint or petition.
r hand and the seal of
November 6. 1974.
' P BRINKER
I Of the Curt
\ Rewett
iputy Clark
U/f-lS-22-29
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November 29, 1974
+Je*ist nor khan
Paae 15-il
UNESCO Isolates
Israel Further
By EDWIN KVTAN
: \ i A third anti b e* tioi ''en
| UNESC sei .> i here i" lie
lution accuses Israel f betructing the educational
life of thi ;; I I Ai I ies,
the resol *r the A an I i ommunist dt
i ., UNESCO study on the state "i education In the
iiu. ISRAELI delegate, Nal ai Bar Yaacov, rejected the
citing the if" if Kn- UNESC'c Director General
Israeli policy <>i non-intervention had left the cultural
itional struct.ue- in the occupied territortei intact.
Vi in denying barges, warned against political
, hi what la supposed to be a cultural organization.
related development, 31 literary and scientific per-
.,.. have announced they will no longer collaborate with
beca ISC of the recent decisions taken against Israel.
.. the signatories if the declaration are Jean Paul
Simone de Beamm:. Eugene lonesco, Arthur Rubinstein.
Renaud ami Jem Louis Barrault.
In addition, a former Nobel Peace Prize winner has sent a
protest to the directoi if UNESCO protesting against
ini/ation's recent ant.-Israel resolutions.
RKNE CASSIN. honorary president of the Advisory Council.
anzations and former Nobel Prba winner, ex-
profoumi concern over the changing nature of
s objective*."
ontended that UNESCO was becoming "the victim of
irtisan spirit of those who wish to see it transformed into
e of political w irf ue
How the Voting Went j
Continued from Page 1-A
THOSE voting against the resolution were: Israel, I e
Si ,tes, Bolivia, Chile, ( osta Rica, Iceland, Nicaragua and
r
ions were isl to stralia, \ isl la, the Bahamas,
. Belgium, Canada, Colombia, Denmark, E. lado
. Finland, F Vest' lei mat
Haiti Hon luras I (land Its Japan, Laos, L ix n -
..... ve-.ic i, Nepal. Thi erl in Is, Sew i an I
-..,'.. Singapore. S the Un
.. iay an I Vei
Beit Shean Was Arafat
Repayment for UN Vote
[ONS
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: the PL"
.'..''
:i.i' to gain
11 M
events, the Israeli
real confe
H ONLY currency the PLO
I of Inn
i: rekoe
the PL' i it
-. i
ivemments
11 : an I sup| oft the l
. ... be !> i eaponsible for
" and the
i ho supi orted tl In-
. to the PLI
m the UN delil i
ibilil
tated.
the attack dealt "a
blow n> tl
In the Middle
is a result of the
it conference, and the UN
! bate, tension in the
tie Easl lias increased.
rnKOAH WARNED :
. nstrtlmel
is the
!
n not ti PL< I
..- M i :
red < ''" 'r
tions ".'ti a-..- A ivern-
Israel
To Quit?
PARIS tJTA) Na-
than Baar Yaakov,
Ami as a I ir to UNESO >'s
General Conference, said
here that Israel will have
to decide "at the appropri-
ate time" on whether to
withdraw from UNI 5C0
and i ossiblj thei interns-
tioii i lions."
o\ eakl that thi
Isi ael beei ed
from all regional bodies it
will nonethe t-J
atien l any conference it
v. ish< In an obi i tatus.
"We ha'.....nlj e< n de-
prived of 125,000 worth of
assistance over two years
while we contiibute ten
times more to the UNESCO
rt.' Yaakov said,
Waldheim
Condemns
Shean Atack
UNITED NATIONS iJTAi
Secretary General Kurt Wald-
heim condemned the terrorisl
attack on Beit Shean and de-
Blored "the loss of innocent lives
winch it has caused."
A Spokesman for the Palestine
Liberation Organization, how-
ever, hailed the latest terrorist
assault against Israeli civilians
as the kmd of negotiation!
iwith Israel' we accept."
WALDHEIM'S statement, is-
sued through a UN spokesman
said: The Secretary General
deplores this new act of violence
and the loss of innocent lives
which it has caused. Such ac-
tion- are to he condemned.
"As he has said many times
before, the) heighten ten-ion and
hami er the efforts now being
made to find a fust and peaceful
settlement of the vt ry complex
Bnd dei I problems of the
MkM i
dn VV ishingl Si te De-
I ,... ..., .... i ain we
th 'rag
a term 1st attac < i n
innocent dvi We want I
expre : ; *
... ers."i
SIIAFIK ALHOl'T,
the PI -

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totod that i
, id.
ins in
in.
In t issued
earlier. Waldh eater! to all
.... i avol i anj
id to m w
Ir tilities."
Vanik Warns We
Can't Buy Detente
NEW YORK (JTA) R Cha Ies A. Vanik (D., Ohio)
asserted here that "we n si proceed to detente with the Soviet
i ion and with the People's R.....iblic nf Chi but thai U n isl
ei :, ass the whole < human life ai "'
He jtre?sed that "it must not
.r hased
VANIK SPOKE a'
conference of B'nai Zs n
American Zionisl fraternal
gamaation, at the Nea V< rk H l
t in Hi si, attended by seme I
Zionisl -in repreaontathw i.
A co sponsor of the Jack
Vanik-Mllla Trade and Freedom
of Emigration Amendment.
Vanik was presented with a cita-
tion in recognition of "his inspir-
ing and compassionate leadership
in the efforts to alleviate the
plight of Soviet Jewry and to pro-
tect the basic human rights of
oppre.-sed people everywhere."
The presentation was made by
New York Slate Supreme Court
Justice Abraham J Multer. presi-
dent of B'nai Zion.
DISCUSSING DETENTE,
Wnik said that while "we must
negotiate for detente we mu t
net attempt to buy it. I wish Dr.
Kissinger good luck in his ef-
forts, but I want the work he
dots and the promises he makes
in our behalf to be displayed and
ar.d di=cm ed by the Amerii
peopl" before ** are promised
out of everything we ha\e.
"It may be mere coincidence.'
Vanik said, "that the very first
day after Dr. Kissinger's visit to
Egypt during the Yom Kipput
War the Interior Minister ot
Egypt announced a m.s-:'.
cleanup of the canal and a
dredging of th Suez Canal to 86
feet and the construction of tun
nels to the Sii
WANTED!! DEPENDABLE,^ ft j f^A
MATURE PEOPLE
To serve as volunteer ADV'SORS for
the B'NAI B'RITH YOUTH ORGANIZATION. Jk>
IF you are at ieast 21 years old .
IF you are firmly committed to Judaism and to
Jewisli Life ...
IF you have a oenuine liking for youth and erjoy
working with them .
IF vou are willinq to work under close supervision and
participate in ongoing training ...
THEN we would like te met you .
IF you are interested call the BBYO Off.ce at 576-4700
(Miami) or 921-5560 (Broward) to arrange an interview.
MY >i SPH ION is 1 t the
taxi ivi; ol Ai.....ica are
dredging
flush
:., ei into the Pers an Gjlf
and the Indian Ocean.
"In order to restore a balance
of American defense. American
military forces now seek to es-
tablish'a base at Diego Garcia in
the Indian Ocean to protect
against ;> Russi in fleet m
through the Sue* deepened by
ta> ayers of America "
Rabbi Narot Returns To
His Pulpit Friday Night
I ii Joseph R Naroi set I ir
i ,i if Temple Israel of Great-
er Miami, returns to the pulpit
t is Ft i lay night after a -six
weeks absence. He will conduct
the worship services which be-
at 8 o'clock, as well is
ich
The Power of the Sigh" is
the title of Rabbi Narofs aer-
the Thanksgiv-
ing weekend, there will he no
| e Sunday mornlne. and the
Re I lious School will be close I.
Complete
REPLACING REGLAZING
fait itrviea free fstimottf
Window Service
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cJewisli Flor idian
Miami Florida Friday. November 29. 1974
Section B
200 Miamians To Be Inscribed
In Histadrut Roll Of Honor
Old Rogers Plan
Apparently Given
New Lease on Life
At Vladivostok
}
\
e luncheon : Ihe Israel
| ;i FoundalI m S inday
honor local resi lents who
have helped the organization
|33 million In supimrl "l
e lucation u rl welfare
s ,n [srad
I at the Fnntainel
. the affair la in recogni-
i,n of so-called 'Founders"
VI r.i le Its and of
Irut's flfti entti anniversary
eakei will i>o Am-
; ,,.i David Riviln, Consul
.1 [ Israel In Sew York.
Levin, chairman of the
la Advisory B wrd is chair-
man for the affair. Judnc Hcr-
S Shapiro, legal counsel for
, Foundation and a member ol
N'ational Boai I of Directors,
han inan ant will pie-ent
speaker,
Histadrut provides care for
, er stv, nt the people t:h construction and opera-
tion of hospitals, housing, am!
ational faculties Wills and
ie insurance pi igi ims offered
the United St ites together
ill! estate pi U I : I
Off. LION KRONISH
MOl tfVIN
JUDGE MftMtT SHAPIKO
help t" support these activities.
This year the total will top $35
million.
In honor of their participation,
IHF will present 200 Miami res-
iilents with speeial recognition
by aUditm their names to the
Histadrut Roll of Honor. Special
scrolls, created for the purposi
will i>e presented by Dr. Sol
Stein, president anil founder "i
the Fo indation and Dr. I-eon
Beth EU Chabner To Be Feted
Bx Landow Yeshira Center
\ reunion wi'l ..!< place on
B u'h Sttndaj at 4
:n.. :tt the new Landow Veshivs
A
HYMAS CHABHIR
i: h and Alton Rd.
B th F.l t ngregation and Its
dent, Hyman Chabner, and
Mis Chabner will be honored at
a cocktail party oommemorating
his beeofntnj a Foundei
oi the Center.
rotll YEXRS tgo, with 120
indents, the Oholel Torah
School, housed In the EU Chain
loft on Washington Ave.. wa-
'Hid to vacate its premise.-..
With nowhere to nun and a
group of children who were will
ing to learn, they were virtual^
turned into ihe street.
Chabner, president of Beth El
Congregation, and the ccngrega
lion's officers, directors and
members- made available raelH-
ties at their synagogue on Sw
17th Ave. and 5th St
The Beth El school, which had
been vacant for ten rears, was
brought to life once again.
IN THE revitalized classrooms,
the Oholei Torah School, through
a jjift of Melvin S Landow, has
lince moved to its new home al
life 51 no Alton ltd.. -Miami
Beach, whore there arc present!)
247 children and 30 rabbinical
studenti enrolled in tl e Veshiva
Gedolah of Greater Miami
Joseph Margulius School of High-
er Learnii
I .m w, president Of fee
yeshiva Center, said that "there
are no words to describe the ap-
preciation the Greater Miami
Jewish community must have foi
the Beth Fl Congregation f<>i
their opening their doors to the
itudents of the school.
-Had it not been for them, the
n hool at thai time would have
found Itself without a home and
might have been dissolved,
IT is only through the dedi-
cation of people such as Chab-
ner, Andrew Mandel. Chaim
Korndorf, Abe Hirsch and Sam
Phillies that the school was
taved."
Durlna the Sundav afternoon
,,!, v nl i Beth El Congregation
will visit the new school and see
the advancement of the children
that had been their own for so
many yean,
Special ceremonies will mark
the day. with Founders Plaque,
Coins to the Chalmers on In-
half Of Beth F.l Congregation.
RARBI SHOLOM D. I.ipskar.
dean Of fee Yeshiva Center, will
to (he synagogue.
Landow also vviill deliver
greetings and present the honors
of the synagogue.
Rabbi Shapero To Speak
Rabbi Sanford Sha|>ero. South-
east Regional Director <>f Union
American Hebrew Congrega-
turns, will l>e the guesl speaker
at Temple Beth Moshe Friday
at 8:15 p.m.. according to an
announcement made by Rabbi
Joseph A. Gorfinkel and Herbert
S. Lclchuk. president of the
congregation. Rabbi Shapero
will si>eak on New Life Goals
for the NOW People." Tle Sis-
terhood will host the Oneg
Shabbat.
Kronish, national chairman of
th- board.
Tickets are In short supply
due to evtieme Interest in the
Middle East situation and are on
first come, first served basis
according t<> Ben Zlon Stein-
bet Exi cutive l>he< tor for
Floilila. For reservations, call <>r
visit the Histadrut offices. 420
Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach.
I WASHINGTON tJTAl
The major gnifli ance of the
Middle Easl : is a c in the
Bre/hm v-Ford communique In
ostok following then rel-
atively brief nine hour) discus-
sion on that area's problems ap-
pears to be that the super Pow
era have agreed to prevent
iitth Israel-Arab conflict in the
i n -. 11 future.
Be ond that, a conclusion
drawn bj some is that the su-
per powers have edged a bit
closer in the long-held Moscow
viewpoint thai Moscow and
v. ishington must Impose a
"peace" on the Mideast.
THAT "PEACE" it is thought,
may be disguised as a UN solu-
tion, but in effect it will lie a
Soviet American agreement
along the lines ol the old Rogers
formula "Insubstantial chang-
es" in Israel's pre-SLx Lay War
borders.
Moscow has been agitating
for thai type of Big Power so-
lution even before the first
Nixon-Brezhnev summit in May.
197.'.
The U.S. position has been
against an Imposed agreement
a pledge that Israel has consis-
Coral Gables resident, David Schaecter (left), along with
Greater Miami Jewish Federation president Harry B. Smith
(centsr) took the opportunity of their recent mission to Is-
rael, to visit Dr Boris Rubinstein at his home near Jeru-
salem. Dr. Rubinstein, a Soviet Jewish physicist, has sur
vived a 2'- year struggle for freedom to settle in Israel. His
cause was assisted by the personal efforts of many South
Florida Jewish leaders.
tently held to be a cardinal ele-
l ,,i ties tn Washington.
now it seems a "new real-
it) is enfori emenl ol the 1967
Secuiitj Council Resolution 242
that is embodied In the Council's
i;..>, lutii n 138 mi ntioned In tl i
Vladivostok communique as the
basis for settlement
Of utmost importance is the
emphasis in the communique
that Moscow and Washington
believe" at the Geneva Con-
ference "should resume its work
as soon as possible"
This would seem to mean, con-
trary t" talk here by some
American officials, that Set n
tary of State Henr> A. Kissin-
ger's one-man efforts are abo .t
I iv I"
WHETHER IT means thai the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion will participate as an In-
dividual entity is not clear, but
Soviet support of the UN Gen-
eral Assembly resolutions back-
ing the PLO and nut mentioning
Israel would indicate that in
some way the PLO will Ik? pres-
ent in the next round in Geneva
possibly as an "observer."
Luncheon Set
By Sisterhood
Temple Ner TamM Sisterhood
will hold a "paid up mem-
bership luncheon" at noon Thurs-
day, Dec. 5, m the temple's
Sklar Auditorium.
in charge ol arrangements are
membership vice president Y t-
t,- Silbergei and her o chairman,
Mrs. Leon Kafin,
The program will fee
"Music with Pantomime." pre-
sented by program vice presi-
dent Mrs. Abe Meyer and Mrs
Carlton Blake.
S|K>nsors of this luncheon
Mesdames Cells Cohen, Sti
Cohen, Sonia Harris and Salmi.>
Liberman. Mrs. Louis Cohen is
president. Admission is a pai l-up
membership card.
Home Furnishings Industry's
Israel Bonds Dinner Dec. 7
Bob Rubinstein, head of Hob
Rubinstein Interiors, has been
named general chairman of the
Home Furnishings Industry Is-
rael Dinner of State winch will
be held at the Eden Roc Hotel
Saturday. l>ec. 7. Robert L Sta-
ge!, general campaign chairman
Of the Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization, has announced.
Siegcl also announced that
Norman Siedler and Harry Hell-
er will serve as dinner chairmen.
The Home Furnishings Israel
Bonds dinner dance will honor
Francis Hooper and Edith Irma
Siegel, recipient select of the
State of Israel Masada Award.
Rubinstein. p.- the Designers and Decorators
Guild, is treasurer ard a mem-
bar of the board of directors of
the National Children's Cardiac
Hospital. A former board mem-
ber of United Cerebral Palsy, he
is active on the City of Miami
Beautifiiatic.n Committee and is
chairman of the curriculum ad-
visory committee for the Interior
Design Department at Miami-
BOB RUBINSTEIN
l>ad Community Collt
In 1972 and 1973. Rubinstein
received the Humanitarian Serv-
ice Award from United Cerebral
Palsy of Miami and. in 1965. was
honored by the National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Hospital with the
Golden Heart Award.
Committee chairmen tor fee
Home Furnishings Israel Dinner
of State arc Al Alschuler. Ron-
ald Becker. George Carlock. Max
Friedman, Peggy Goraon, Gua
Jaoobson, Irving K.me. Jeffrey
Klivaiu, Melon Lubarr, Hilton
Lubarr, Gloria Huroff, Carol
Posner, John Prokos. i ee '! atea,
Boh Sapan, Al Singer. Arthur
Sn Ih, Arthur Stein, Anne Tar-
bin and Mel Turbin.
Serving on ihe cx< cutive com-
mittee are B tsy Alexander Irv-
ing lU-ek. Victoria Bernvan. Bob
r.ieemer. Ruth Brauatteia,
Charlie Brooks, Barbara Brown.
Gladys Chereton, Aviva Davis.
Stuart Bber, lay Euster. Arthur
Feinberg, Joe Feinberg, Ruth
Cans. Steven II. Holt/. Nathan.
Kane. Helen Kramer, Louis La-
verne, Harvey Lavine. Richard
I.evine. Linda Lehrman, Ruth
Lepow. Madeline Lodding, Renee
Marshall. Edward Potts, Harry
Rich. Rhoda Shainberg. Daniel
Sigal. Jerry Uffncr. Helene
Weissner and Doris Wintz.


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Friday, November 29, 1974
Religious Services
MMMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA.
1 ON. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSI-IE RMM. 253. SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. C.in'cr Sol Fakowitz.
2
BETH AM (tempi*). 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Re'orm. Rabbi Hit-
M, Baumqard. Associate Rabbi
Barry Altmati. 3
- c
BE"H DAV.u. 2426 SW 3rd Ave.
Cor: Rabbi Sol L
Cantor William L.pson 4-A
BETH DAV'D SOUTH, ~500 SW.
130th St. Conservative. Rabbi So1
Landau. Canter William Licscn B
BETH KODESH H01 SV.' 1Tth
Modern Traditional. Rabb' Max
Dire. Cantoi Leon Seqal. Rev.
Stahl. Rev. Mendel Gotterman
I w ll.ii
I I I Ml .'
.! u h pervlcea.
Ave.
ha-
Alex

V
I.Ii.a
OHEV SHALOM. ?."5 Bcnita Dr. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Phirias A. Webern-an
30
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STPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 64*
Collins Ave. Raooi Sadi Nahmias. 31

".ONGREGATlON ETZ CHAIM. :>+?
44 Waslm pton Ave. 32
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NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th Si. Cai/seway,
North Bay Villaoe. Conservative1,
Cantor Murrav vavneh Ji-A
AGL'DAS ACHIM NUSACH SfARD
CONGREGA'"! jN. /(;. 5th St Mi.
anil Beach. Orthodox. Raboi Mor.
decai Chaimov ;s. 32-B
NORTH MIAMI BtACH
ADATH YESHURL'N (Temple). 1021
NE Miami Gardens Dr Conservative
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Canter Ian
Alpern 33
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Relig'our Community Center. 1P:'-JI
NE 3rd Ave. Orthodox. 33-A
BETH TOV (Temple). b428 SW Sth
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles Ro
bel. Cantor Alexander Cohen. S
Fi ... I i. in Alfn 'I IV
friu>yl speaker, will
li. Imiii .....-li FI ..I
: b> Mr Fin e'.steli '
Jeanne's birthday.
B'NAI ISRAEL ANC GREATER
MIAMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE. 9600
Sunset Drive. Orthodox. Rabbi
Ralph Ghxn-an. 8-A
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CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION
OF KENDALE LAKES. S W. 107
Ave. at Kendall Dr. Rabbi Maxwell
Berger. 9
BETH TORAH. 1051 N Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Mix Lip-
tchitz. Cantor JaOOb B. M;t.delson.
34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative Rabbi Victor D. Zwel-
ing. Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
''ill.i* s p in Sfrtnon: in Pale*-
i>.,\ \^ ill the ''i' il i:'
111. 1 ll -:r. wi" '
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SINAI (Temple) OF NORTH DADE
18801 NE S^nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. r"ntor Irving
Shu'kes. 37
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Ml.
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Nrot. 10
Prlda> ii m Sermon: "Tin- Powei
>f the SlaTh." by Rabbi Joseph R
, in. i .,.-. \u.-t returned after
it six \i epic's al
ISRAELI") b" CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative Rabb- Solomon
Waldenberg. Cantor Nathan Parnass
n
T' :
"i'..... d th." Ba tnrda \
B ;' n Sermoi Portion of the
n i ek."
OR OLOM (Temple) H'o> SW loth
St. Conserv.tive Rabbi Djvid M.
Baron. Cantor Stanley Rich. 13
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TEMPLE ISRAEL-SOUTH (Formerly
Beth Tikva) 9025 Sunset Dr. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 13-A
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TIFERETH ISRAEL (Temple). 6500
N. Miami Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Seymour Hinkea. 14
ZION (Temple) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Helfman. 16
HIAltAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Tempi*). 051 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondek. 15
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorlinkel. Cantor Yehuda
Bmyamin. 35
Friday, 8:15 p.m., Sermon: "New
l if. Ooala for th. now People." by
Rabbi Sanford Shapero. Boutlteapl Be-
artonal Director of the tinlon of
American Hebrew OonareaTaUocia
1 i.- Shabbal Ih.mwI bv th- Slatei
I
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever. '7
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 19151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Cov
Bidnick 38
YOUNG ISRAEL CF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Zev Leff. J9
.ORAL GAMS
JUDEA (Temple). 5550 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Michael B. Eisen-
stat. Centor Rita Shore. 40
Friday 11:11 D.m Sabbath S< n
s., lurdas Bar Mltivah of
Mark, son of It and Mrs Ronald
hner, 11 :*fl m Bar Mltivah of
A'an. sun uf .Mr and Mrs Seymour
... .
ZAMORA (Temple'. 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabb Maurice Kle n
41
Fini in a It p m Oarmoi in >
B>rythln Aroand r>. We Still
Thanks For Life." Satw la) U
a m review of weeki\ Bible Readiest.
MVHM
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabtv
Isaac D. Vine. 50
F09T LAVOIMAU
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Philip A
Labowitz Canter Maurice New. 42
EMANU-EL. 3243 W. Oakland Par*
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON.
GREGATION. Reform. 3501 Univer.
sity Dr. Rabbi Max Weitz. 44
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTeR. S75J
N.W. 57Ui St.. (Conservative) RaB
bi Milton J. Grose. 44-A
P0MPAN0 UACH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 6101
NW 0th St. 44.B
BETH EL. 2400 Pine Ti ee Dr. Or-
thodox. 6
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swr.
sky. Cantor Maurice Manuhes. 19
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BE'H RAPHAEL (T'.mple). 1545 jef-
ferson Ave. Conservative. Raboi
Elliot Winograd. Cantor Saul Breeh
2t
i p.n K tbai.iI Shabba'li
p in .....c Shabbath, Sermon: "Mar-
i u-- .i the Family."
BETH SHOLOM. (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave, Liberal. Rabbi keen Kron.-.h.
Cantor ipavid Conviser. 21
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TEMPLE BETH SOLOMON. 927 Lin-
coin Rd Modern Conservative. Rib.
bi David Raab. 21-A
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE-
GATION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
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BNAI ZION (Temple) 200-178th St..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Dr. Abraham I.
Jacobson 22-B
CLBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Wasnington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dew Rozencwaig. 23
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skoo.
Cantor Yaacov Renzer. 4t
HAUANDAlt
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
(Conservative). 416 NE 8th Ave.
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz Cantor
Jacob Danziger. 12
lay, p pj S" ft'i Too
Reason f'.r "T I vine:' "
- itlna COtli
u eddina annivei I t [ahbl and
Mrs li, rrj E s. hwarti follows.
HOUrrVOOD
BETH EL (Temple). 1551 S. 14th Ave
Ri'form Rahbi Samuel Jaffe. Assist-
ant Rabbi Harvey M Rosenfeid 45
H:lfi m Reri uimi i^
iur Harveat?" Al
,: ii \).
|. ii Tradltloi w II bi
held eousli b) Rah i Harve*
Ri senfi d li thi na iel Saturday, II
., in Bar Mltxveh nf K *h aoo Pi
Iir and Mr- Robert iilnnk.
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 4C01 Ar.
thur St. Conservative. Rahbi Mnr.
ton Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold 40
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St
Conservative Rabbi David Shaeiro.
Assecia e Rabbi. Chaim S. Listfield.
Cantor Yehuda L. He Ibraun. 4"
C JBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave.
Rabbi Meir Masiiah Melamed ."3-A
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing,
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvinq
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
HEBREW ACADEMY. i400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
TEMPLE BETH AHM. Conservative
310 SW 62n1 Ave.. KoHywood. Rabbi
David Rosenfield 47-B
TEMPLE SOLfcL (Lioeral). 5101 Sher
idar St.. Hclywood. Rabbi Robert
Frazin. 47-C
YOUNG ISRAEL of HOLLYWOOD
(Orthodox). 38)1 Stirling Rd. S3
n.'.AHItk
ISRAEL (Templli. 6920 6W 35th St
Coneervat-ve. Rabbi Avi-om Diazin
Cantor Abraham Kester. 48
CONGREGATION AN-NELL fBrahc*
of Hebrew Acadimy). 7th St. and
Meridian Ave. Orthodox 25-A
JACOB C COHEii COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabb, David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
MENORAH (Tempie;. i~ 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abrani-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
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NER TAMID (Temple) 79th St. and
CaNyle Ave. Conservative Rabbi
Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Edwai-a
Klein. 20
rfO/AESTc'AD
HOME6TEAD JEWISH CENTEP.
183 NE 8th St. Conserative 51
i *
I CANDLELfGHT.NG TIME
I 15 KISLEV 5:09
(li
HUM Holding
3-Day Book Fair
In Cafeteria
38 1 .i
Noi th I nl I
its annual Book I
Tuesday an 1 We lay In the
eria.
I
th '
tee, Arlene Li<
Gin
havi
.
Tlie selection In
on Hebraic an I I
a* well ;>> contemporary fiction
and non fiction. The w orl
K.'ie Wiesel and Isaac Bai
Singer iil i>e featured. There
will bo a wide variety for chil-
dren of all ;.
Tho 16 denti of QiUel, under
the iire(:i'Hi of Mrs. Arlene
Kal:, a I Insti uctoi
; osten sbi ;i the
Tiie | o ten will i e
ami judged and prizes will be
awarded to the winners.
The public i< invi'ed to view
the IJ'iok Fair and complete
their Chanukah shopping.
Raphaelv Exhibit
At Lowe-Levinson
A Chanukah Art Exhibit of
rare mural paintings by the ur.i-
versally acclaimed Israeli Rabbi-
artist Z\i ITaphssfljr. will oiien
Sunday, Dec. 8. at 12:30 p.m. in
the Lowe-Lev inson Art Gallery
Of Temple Beth Shoiom, 4144
Chase Ave.. Miami Beach,
cording to Judy Drucker. the
temple's cultural director.
Raphaely paints his h"me
quarter Mea Shearim with a lov-
ing eye; some of his !andsca|>c
drawings are true classics of Im-
pressionism ... he manai.''
maintain a deep transluc n( <
despite such a thin application
of color that the grain of the
canvas often plays a part in the
pattern. Mrs. Drucker said.
The paintings have been es-
pecially shipped from Soutii
America and will be on dis
until Dec. 15.
>.
- pin< plans I .^cho!a:ship I
:' '" Greater Miami Hebrew Academy are these Sou::.
ida civ-.c ""lets. Fi are Ruby B. .
lember; Geo: mi man oj
the b (he Hebrew Aca
oi Kneseth Ifrael Congregation: loseph Cohen, d
henoree; and Oscar Mamber, cha rman ol the dinner cab:-
net. The banquet and dance mil be held Dec. 22 at the
Diplomat Hotel, including a special award to Osi
Schapiro on his 55id birthday.
_
Schapiro To R
At Scholarship
ir B. Schapiro i
president of the Gi il Mjuni
Hebre' Ai tdt my, '
special awaid in h r of tus
"sec md Bar iiitz\ ih" durin
Arad -my's 27th annual Si h U '
ship Dinner.
The banquet and I
of tho South F
J< a !i commu ilend
be hel I De -- al the Di] I
!' ;:. | Mrs '
..- ju -' of honor.
R li Rue I
man, said Schapiro will be
cited on hi> 3.trd birthdnv "for
a [ifeiinie of >ervioe snd leader
shtD in behalf of Torah Judais i
and the State of I-: I !
opiro is ,i Founder of th
Hebrew Academy, an office
Koeseth Israel Congregation of
M or Beach, and a leader f >r
eceive Award
Dinner-Dance
- of Israel Bonds.
',1 also nam d 0 "
her. a vice pre : lent of
brew Academy and a director of
Temple Emanu Hi ss d
of the dinner cabil
a PVrandi
Hebn Academy, lerw
level d years as cha rman
Admissions Committee Hi
linete ticket leUins act
- ,. -' p Dinnei
acholarshii
anc t> half of the nearl\
nts,
Rab'>i Alexander S Gross
prin ipal, urge I Jev
lea lara to r "
.i f th,- Hebrea \ -
h\ pr ividing $813 annual
-':-. i- lor the Souths iargi '
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ish Federation's Community Re-
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Tax Seminar-Dinner Features
Stanley Weithorn, Keynoter
.

The Foundation of Jewish
i.thropies, the endowment
fund program of the Greater Mi
gh Pederath a. will hold
annual "TaJC Seminar
Dinner" bet tuning at 5 pm.
I | II .. M tli.' Standard
,1 tu' Dlipool I'!a/a Hotel.
iaiion chairman Norman 11.
: has announced.
The Seminar, which is seared
d attorneys, accountants
iisl officer*, will iv.
, tpi .tkir Stanley S. Weit
prominent lax attorney and
known autlunty on philan-
, i rvtnbtitions.
Mr. Weithorn. who will dis-
PotttiCS and the Charitable
B," i> a member of the
N'ork law firm of l/pham,
& Weithorn. and was re-
appoimted a.- a member of
siting adjunct faculty of
niversH] of Miami's School
. Ho ii the author of "Tax
rtiquea for Foundations and
Exempt Organization.-. a
rchensive six-volume tax
, covering the non-profit
.ukI ha- written two books
rporate taxation in addition
. some 30 articles for various
nional journals over the
: jo yean
Commmorative Mail Cachet
isued To Honor Dolphins
a mmemorative mail
I will be Issued to honor
Miami Dolphins. The cachet.
red by "Greater Miami
_/_" and designed by David
iL features eleven Dol-
- in football uniforms swim-
around a goal [xi-t with
ling: 'Honoring the Mi-
Dolphins Super Bowl
ns 1973 and 1974."
- another Dolphin flank-
.. the wording: "N'umero
L'no Miami, Kla."
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in David Rosenthal,
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Mr. Weithorn is chairman of
the Americn Bar Association's
Subcommittee on Charitable Con-
tributions, and a former chail
ol tint ABA's Subcommittee
on Private Foundations H<
serv< :. as a member of the Ad
viaory Board of the Tax Man
nent publication series.
The Tax Seminar, which will
1h' chaired by Morton Marcus.
Foundation of Jewish 1" inthro-
piee 1974-1978 Tax Committee
(hairman. will include a panel
discussion on "Current Approach
es to Charitable Giving with re-
spec? to gifts in kind, remainder
trusts, and pooled income funds.
Participating on the panel will
be seminar moderator Richard
Horwich, of the law firm of Hor
wich & Zager: Shopard Kinu. of
McCarthy, Steel, Hector 4 Davis:
Sydney S. Tratim, of Forest.
Friedman. Ruffncr & Traum
PA and Samuel C I'llman, of
Smathers & Thompson
Sunday Morning Forum Series
Features Dr. Aryeh Nesher
Bentsen of Texas, VarcH in the Friediand Ball-
STANLSY WtlTHORN
The primary purpose of these
seminars is to assist professional
men in learning the latest tax
techniques in trusts, bequests
and foundations so that they can
best advise donors, charitable
organizations and the Federation.
ling ontender for the 1976
j lem icratic i residential
nation, wl ite his 54th
birthday in Miami Beach Feb. 9
w ben he speaks at TV
15th Annive
Sunday Morning Forum Series.
Tile I UliS Sun-
day at i m, with Dr. Aryeh
i University vice
lent, as the guest lecturer.
Ten inu-El Men's Club,
under the ncy of Charles
nblatt, u oring the
:; the .'55th annivi i -
sary ol the founding of tbe Mi-
ami Beach synagogue. Attorney
Lawrence Schantz is its chair-
man.
Dr. Nesher. who is in the
United States on a special mis-
sion for the Prime Minister of
Israel and formerly was national
director of the Israel Kducation
Fund, will speak at 11 a.m.. and
take part in a question-and-an-
swer sess n n ediately after-
:
Two of Temple Emanu-Efs of-
i :. m as arid Her-
ri Sadkin, are trustees of
i will help
ome Dr. Nesher to South
Fl< rida.
Murry Koretzky is cochair-
.. of the Forum si riet com-
with Dr. [rving Lehr-
lina-
tor.
Lodge Auxiliary Meeting
The Ladies Vuidllarj of George
Gershwin Lodge, Knights ol Pv-
las, will held ii meet-
ing Monday at s p.m. in the
Surfside Community Center,
llins Ave., and a Chanu-
lt the home of Bever-
ly Resnick, 660 N'E 139th St.. at
i.':.">0 ,i.n.. Saturday. Dec. 14.
Mrs. Francis Gans and Mrs.
Abl -.man form the
sidium.
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financial
convenience
for checking
Almost everyone has to be his own accountant'
these days-even people on average incomes.
That's why a Key Checking Account is a must. It
helps you keep track of dollars when dollars
won t stand still County National Bank has Reg-
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A secure future s a Key Sa. "gs Account at
County National Ban* The-e s no nvestment
guesswork1 We pay on your ^oney and insure it
up to $4Q000 Watch you' money gro* with a
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Dr. Joseph II. Lookstein, Chan
ceilor of Kar-Ilan University, will
bo the guest of honor Tuesday
at 4 pjn. at a reception at the
ng Motel, 6767 Collins Ave.,
Ilia i Beach.
Dr Lookstein, first vice presi-
d< n1 of the S; n > sue Council
"! \ m trica and senior rabbi of
Keh I 'i Jeshurun Syi
New York City, will report on
th>- 1 ren| crisis Israel and
the bi rming of Bar-Ilan -
demit year.
A record 7,000 stud
1 n the uni' ei
in Ramat Gan, Miami ;;
: ctty in Israel The onlj uni-
> ty in Israel which was be-
gun by Americans, it was grant l
its charter in 1955 bj the New
York State Resents, and fol-
lows the higher education pro-
grams of 'he United Stab -
Mayor Harold Rosen, cochair-
HMU) of the Florida Committee
for Bar-Han University, and his
fellow officers and directors will
be installed by Dr. Looks
who was head of the United
States Chaplaincy program for
DR. JOStPH H. lOOKSTtIN
Jewish servecemen durin i World
War II.
All rabbis in Dade and Brow-
ard count.is have been Invited
to the Tuesday reception bj
tfayor Rosen. Bar-I!an Is the on-
Ugii ratty
in Israel, ,,>m
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which l''1 op "" l ofl 1 the
420 Lincoln Rd Buil I ami
Beach.
Temple Einaiiu-El Dinner To
Feature Hausner As Speaker
11 i'\ ellencj Gideon Haus-
ner, Minister without Portfolio <>l
th< State ol Israel, will give the
keynote address at the ii74 Tem-
ple Emanu-F] Israel Dinner of
State .Sunday, Dec. 8. at the Fon-
tainebleiu Hotel, according to
Judge Irving Cypen, dinner
chairman.
Dr, and Mrs, Sherman R. Kap-
lan will be honored at the Israel
l!< n l-. dinner-dance, rhey have
Tropical Park Opens the
Winter Racing Season at
Calder with New Low Prices!
Corr-e out to Caider Rare. .day
lay now I 16tt
e;p us WIN rVI
Now) milti new. !o* admission prices.
Grandstand admission is oi'y SI and
Clubnouseadmission is an unbel'evable
S2 Parl- your car tor
- 1!00 a r -
io 30 Saturdays For information and
resenalions phone: Dade 625-1311;
Broward 523 4324: West Palm Beach
833 4016 Sorry no one under 18 ad-
mitted.
been chosen as recipients of the
Stab "i Israel Masa la Award in
nition "i" thi ir outstanding
sen ice in advancing Isra<''- I
and welfare through the
Israel Bonds progi
As Israel's Attorney General,
Mr. Hausner served as chief pro,
1 rotor in the sen atii nal war
climes trial of the r..r >i m:i>
Nazi, Adolph Eichm ni F01
president of Israi l's Military
Court, he has leel ired extensive
ly on commercial law at the H
brew University in m
and has been a leg I const
to a number of 1.
tions and leadin \ bu; in -
Mr. Hausner is also former >
I .
Knc -
(Parliament I in 1065, Mr !i iu

erning bodj in I96i
is a member of the b iard of
trustei of the Hebrew L'nivei
sity and has been .
a number of World Z < 01
gn s and has been identified
with a vari I sh
Mr Hausi of
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Abraham Grmihut Chairman
Of MaytUe Friedberg Tribute
Abr a A. Gruizhui
,-,-,.;.i. f Washington I
Savin. & Loan As. iciati
b n ted chairman
e Testimonial
hanorin Haysble Priedbcr ''
ton M JOn, executive din to
ler Miami Israe
o -..- n, has announ
Pai aid there will b n
chars< the rally whici
be h I lay r\.
9. iii 1 ,i!:i Beach Audit
(lGih 1 i Ocean Di
Bi ... mpheji I,
ey ,. tickets must I
I. el Bonds
120 1 Rd Suit U
an i D h
Han Milt hi
Pioneer \\
(, mci South Plot
Will M chanic, pres
of the 1 Jacob Oongr
will i c ichalrmen
Maysh the 98-year-old
mo ol Jewish communit;
ties 0 1 Miami i; ach, :i rei ivi
the State of Israel Vt: n in
dependence) Award in r<
tion of lid 23 veins 1.1 .;
unieer work on behalf 0 I ie
Bonds,
Grunhut, wh 1 is also 1 iger
of the Washin (ton Ave. branch
of Washington Federal Sa<
began his banking career
Hank Leu ml le Israel in 11
in 1934. Pn m 1949 to 1954 h
was assist ml t Lie Manai
the 1- -ue Department *
responsible tor the ere
mini.tr;ti'11 and safekecp
the ni n Israeli current 11
joined Washington F< li
I IS ;
Am ing Grunhut's vai 1
activities are pi dtions as I
chairman for Foreign Affairs 01
the American Jewish Congress,
board member of Temple Men
orah. vice-pn .dent of the .' -vi .
National l ind ind th Vm 1
r mien S iciety, treasurer of
the l -r.iel Htoadrul Found
f (iii tii' Mi;,mi. < h lirman "
the Com! 1 .i Jewish \pi
i-"ik- ."id savings and l< an J1 ^i
sion. and advisory comi
nu mber of the Gr ater Miami
Israel Bond Organization,
Grunhut 1 a pn I I 1 Ih
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couldn't do much home financing for anybody.
And. another thing, we feel mortgage interest
rates are too high. Even though the cost of
money dictates interest rates, we have
isted the upward trend every possible way.
rod ay, we believe our prime rate on single family
homes is about the lowest in town.
So, when you're interested in buying,
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Friday, November 29, 1374
Israeli Corteul To Address
Ner Tamid Bonds Dinner
Ambassador Amos Ganor,
Deputy Consul General of Israel
111 Nc.v York will be the guest
speaker at the 1974 Temple x
Tamid Israel Dinner of !
dinner chairman Irvine C. Spear
1 announced.
Tin' I-'.' linnei lance,
h will be held Sundaj at the
Eden H >c Hotel, will h inor Mr
irles Newmai
will receive the State ol Isn el
Uvard in re *>|
notable a< hiei :i in forl
the economic foundations of Is-
rael.
Ambassador Ganor was named
BS Israel's envoy to Liberia in
August, 1373 When the govern-
ment of Liberia severed diplo-
matic relations with Israel later
thai year, he was appointed to
his present post as Consul of In-
formation and Cultural Affairs
at the Consulate General in New
York.
A career officer in the Israel
.Ministry for Foreign Affairs
since 1357, the ambassador began
Ins service abroad the following
year, representing his country
for four years al the Cons
General of Israel in Montreal,
I ..- Chancellor and then as
\ Consul.
Ganor returned to Israel In
1962 where he served for two
years in the Ministry for Foreign
Affairs Public Relations Divi-
sion. From 1964 to 1967. he was
assigned to the Asian Division
of the Ministry.
\ bassador Gan r was ap-
pointed to the Military Govern
of Judae 1 and Samaria as
' 1..- .1 Officer between the
Foreign and the Mili-
tary Government following the
1967 war. and later servi
Firsl Secretary in the Embassj
of Israel in Accra. Ghana, and
as Counsellor at the Embassy in
Stockholm.
Born and educated in Tel Aviv.
the ambassador took part in Is-
rael's War of Independence and
served for four years in Israel's
Defense Forces. I'pon his dis-
charge in 1952. he enrolled in the
Tel Aviv School of Law and Eco-
nomics from which he received
his B A. degree in Economics.
During his period of service at
Israel's Consulate in Montreal, he
obtained a degree in Political
S e from Sir George Wil-
liams University,
Chanukah Workshop At North Dade
ECD Day School Wednesday Morning
AMBASSADOR AMOS GANOR
Gittelson Leads Discussion
'.Man is Not Alone" by Abra-
ham J. Heschel will be the sub-
ject of the next meeting of the
Great Jewish Book Discussion
Group to be held Thursday. Dec.
5. at 1:30 p.m. in the Miami
Beach Public Library. Discussion
leader will be Abraham Gittel-
son. associate director of the
Central Agency for Jewish Edu-
cation. The general public is in-
vited, no admission charge. 0o-
ordinat >r is Samuel Reiser
Tin- ECD Day School of the
Jewish Community Canters oi
South Florida al NE84tt Avenue
, 204th Street announce- the
participation of Rabbi Jonah
Ian in the education pr
1
to Fri ij tro 1 m- l" 2:30
p.m.
bi Caplan

and
Iren
. 1 .
i ,. lop a 1 ?gram of
lach Monos" with the help of
their teach who aw
.:!> childhood educ.:
The children plan to
f|< .ver- and plan:.- and bring
them t > the Jewish Home for the
Aged in time for Purim. They
have developed costumes and
songs for a small Purim pageant
for tho>e who reside in the home.
Next Wednesday at 9:30 am
parents of pre-schoolers and all
others who an- interested are in-
vited to be present at a Chan-
ukah workshop at 20400 NF 24th
Ave. The story of Chanukah with
its traditions and customs will
he discussed by Rabbi Caplan
The opportunity to make origi-
nal decorati ins (or Hie home will
be offered ta al! those
This workshop i-
one ; the communii P
children will be an d
the parents participate in the
fam Ij workshop. Th
will paw al n
he supei
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So 1 Dade 1
nunit; Thi
2 I W NE 24i
r< ". 9 00 a m. and r
'i are li
with their ,>.,
. ; m ould like to h 'lp
the program for pre J<
the Jewish community centers a
small piano is needed
If you have any quest ma
can offer your help. pi. ...
Sheila Weiner, director of
childhood development pro)
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New Yorkers Plan Party
Temple Israel of Putn ir
ley, 1 ake Peekakill, NY
its annual Chanukah 1 1
" u leton Hotel, 2507
Miami B a
Sunda
Sunday Is 6.1. G. Day
(BONDS OF THE ISRAEL GOVERNMENT)
For Israel's Economic Security NOW,
Answer The Call With a Purchase of
State of Israel Bonds
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INTERESTED PERSONS SHOULD CALL 5314731 TODAY
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Sunday Is B. I. G. Day
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AT BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
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I\ahl)i Michal Bernstein 2nd
Speaker In Cultural Series
Rabbi Michal Sescrman Bern
will be featured as sha
in the second lecture of
irrent Beth Torah Congre
CuNui ii Sanaa Thun 1ij.
5, at 8:80 p.m.
BernsU 11. spiritual lea 1
the Port Jewiah Center in
Port Washington, 1.1. N.Y., hi
chnically a student rabbi
, r, ,1 the otherwise all
Hebrew Union "College
Lru-Utul of Relied >n in
1971 after three years of urn
. study and pentfee as aa
'.1 ij -,iertainer, and ex
gi iduate next May She
ic< >mpanies herself on the
she iacorporatea a
.. in her sermons
T. 27-year old rabbi, wha
l Dr Kenneth Bernstein
. sun iner, fCM !- that l> 'inn a
1 not bt "ii a problem,
but being a woman rabbi is
, : Rabbis like Mi-
Bernstein and Sally Prie-
ie only ordained rabbi in
untry, stand ai pioneer* ol
ilul nnary m tw merit
1. v:-h religion, it has been
ii I "lit.
rved itron aid gen ral
n (r th ill
ible Patron tick-
1". to the
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Ms. Tamara Mitchel. Mr. and
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Mrs. Robert Orseek. Dr. and Mrs.
Jerome Reich, Mr. and Mrs. Sy
Rosen, Dr. and Mrs Morton
Rosrnbluth. Mr. and Mrs. Barry
Segal, Mr and Mrs. Nat Sieeser,
Mr. and Mrs Richard Sncidcr.
Mr and Mrs, Arthur Snyder. Ms
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Maxwell Weisberg, Mr and Mrs.
Mitchell Welser, Mr. ami Mrs.
Ewa'd Ziffer, Mr. and Mrs. How-
ard Zimmrmin and Mr. and
Mrs Carl Zwerner.
Delta Players Presenting
HMS Pinafore In Yiddish
itful Yiddish produc-
tl m ol the mu- eal comedy clas-
tic HMS Pin if n ,"
in Brooklyn
perform-
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as which
The Delt 1 I laj ra I
of n Ii nts of H II rest I
num in H rllj I and Ja le
Wind- in N >rth Miami Bea b
players are al 10 mem-
bers of I II known Raj Lia-
k 1 Ch iraJ Group), will pi
their premiere perlormance of
; and Sullivan favor-
ite Mi-mi', -it Miami Beach's
Temple Beth Sholom, to benefil
Amerit in Jewiah Congress
The 1 asl of Ihis colorful pro-
duct:, ides I e mi Yuii.
the Admiral, Mildi e I N<
1 ip Milt hi Sarner as the
. n B b i efk i iti 1- Ralph
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organizations
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Nadlers To Be Honored At
Kneseth Israel-JNF Banquet
Jay Dermer. president of the
Jewish National Fund in Great-
er Miami. Dr. David Lehrfield,
as well ;is organization sponsor
> | perform mi of "HMS
p | ire" in Yiddish, contact
Delta Playei presidei I h i Ben-
Spinoza Forum Speakers
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every 1 h irs la} H 10 a.m. on
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and '' is
chairman. All are well ome
The speaker Dec. 5 will be
Hendriek Berns, journal,-t
Dee 12. Milton G lid ffl. retired
lawyer, will speak; the Dec. 19
;u,m will.b/> Rabbi Robert Ork-
and of Temple Israel; on Dec. 2'?
Henry Howard, actor, will be
featured.
Lodge Meeting Monday Night
irge Gershwin Lodge,
Knigbti of Pvthias, will meet
Mond ij 7:80 d m in the Surf-
.. |e C n tnunity Center, 9301
Collins A'-e.. with Chancellor
Commander Max Kaminaky pre-.
siding. Refreshments will be I
served
MR. and MRS. JOSEPH NADIER
spiritual leader, and Joseph Hof-
fenbei'K. president of Kneseth Is-
rael Congregation, have an-
nounced that the honoreea lor
this year's Kneseth Israel JNF
Banquet Sunday, Dec. 8, will be
Mi. and Mrs. Joseph Nadler.
Mr. Nadler has served Kne-
seth Israel as president and in
many special capacities for over
17) years. Mr. Nadler has also
distinguished himself in his serv-
ir, to the ci mmunity, Jewish
id Israel, both the
ate.
Mr. I er I
and froi Ihood has
ed himself to the t -n N'a-
tionai Fund
and e H*>b I
\\ hat a v tiful honor to a
,' i vii ider," said Rabbi
Lehrfield and Mr. Hoffenberg,
"thai this event should tako
place the first night of C'hanu-
kah. commemorating the victory
of t'i<> few over the many the
holiday of freedom ol spirit and
survival of Jewry, the light that
neates for 2500 years, keep-
ing the Jews strong against ail
odds in their faith to G-d and
>:> dicatlon to fi eedom "i the spir-
it of justice and to righteous-
ness.
"We are seeing history rei
ing itself before our eyes, anil
we pray thai Israel today, once
ai'.-im maj stand strong against
the many odds and survive ag-
gression and aggressors who are
embarked to lestroy her."
The musical program will he
provided by Ins l.ane and Can-
to' Abraham Seif, They will he
accompanied by a well-known
accordionist.
YIV0 Committee To Begin
28th Season's Activities
The YIVO Committee of
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Friday. November 29, 1974
"1
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On their recent trip to the
Balkan countries, Reyna and
Alex Youngerntan took time out
to visit the synagogues at Sara-
vejo. Dubrovnik and Budapest,
\\ hich is the largest in the world.
With the Jews having been deci-
mated, the congregations are
now pitifully small, 16 Jewish
families left in Dubrovnik, Reyna
Bays. While at the Sabbath serv-
ice in Budapest the main Syna-
gogue which formerly held 5,000.
there were some 40 elderly and
sad looking people attending,
mainly ol refugee* from Ruman-
ia. Poland. Russia and a few Hun-
garians, a depressing picture al-
together, the Youngermans re-
port Revna's paintings are cur-
rently being exhibited at George
Washington University, Washing-
ton, D.C. Also of special interest
is the opening of ihe new Hirsh-
horn Mu>cuin, as some of her
paintings are owned by Joseph
llirshborn.
iz
Over 100 ladies attended the
Both Israel Sisterhood Tea held
ivcontly at the home of Rabbi
and Mrs. Mordecai Shapiro. Many
new and life members were In-
troduced. Rabbi Shapiro brought
a message on "'Togetherness."
Presidium president Regina
Wang engendei \i enthusiasm for
dedicated efforts to be made by
Sisterhood to support the newly
established Bernie Hershkovitz
Youth Center. Presidium presi-
dent. Regina Srhechter. empha-
sized the importance of Sister-
hood coooeration for a Torah
synagogue and Robin l.efkowitz
entertained with song and music.
o wn
A postcard from Florence and
Ike Gordon tays they spent a
week in Jerusalem before going
on to Tel Aviv. M was a first
time tor Ike. and Florence says
"This has bem a real expeiienee.
. It's another world here."
"The Chosen Children," a
group of Jewish youth which per-
forms Israeli and American
music and has led the Shabbat
services at several temples in the
Greater Miami area, will be avail-
able to organizations needing
their services dining the Deccm
ber holidays, according to Bud
Brcitbart. director. The Chosen
Children were selected to repre
sent Jewish youth during the In-
ternational Folk Fe tival and
have appear. 1 at the Isi rel 25
and Israel 26 rallies, and the
Soviet Jewrj Rally in Miami
Beach Auditorium. Their book-
ings are handled by Mr Breit-
bart. 983 NW UBrd St.. and
Howard Ncu. 2180 NE 121st St.
A dinner paity in honor ol the
marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Slorck, North Miami Beach, will
be held Saturday. Nov. 30. at 8:00
pin. in the DeauviPe hotel's
Cnariemafne Rom. Following
dinner, guests will see the show
in the Musketeer Room. Mm.
Storck's children. Efflsen, Joel
and Phyllis Muken. flew in from
New York to attend.
Hadassah Groups
Meet Next Week
Several Miami Beach Chapter
,,i Hadassah groups will be
meeting next week.
Wally Gluck (right) program director, City oi Miami B=ach
Handicapped Assistance Program, is shown with Charles
H. Webber, artist-architect whom he aided in the sale of his
portrait studies. Webber holds his cunent work, of former
Israeli Premier Golda Meir.
The KwHlM Group Chanukaii
party will l>e held in the Sim:;.
;..... Hotel Monday, with Hone\
Zucktrman sponsoring tin- re-
lie-hment.v and Mrs. I,eijna Rus-
lin presiding.
.Mrs. Emanue! Mentz will i'
the guest speaker at Monday's
noon meeting ol the Haaaa se-
HRl Qreop n the Delano Ho-
tel. Inez Townveni! will preside.
Iliilni ITaafq iroii|i will inert
at Byron Hall Wednesday noon.
The til": Hnnna Means Grace"
will lie shown B, Kohamot will
preside.
Hattkvea (imnp w.'.\ hold its
Founder's Daj luncheon Wednes-
day noon m the Eden Ri*' Ho-
tel. Catherine Russell will en-
tertain with Aida V.islo at the
pi.inn. s.idu Herman is pie-id-
Ing,
>lt. s brate Pounder's Day with a
luncheon in the Mm R>x Ho-
tel Mondaj noon. Ruth Kaplan
is presiding: gala entertainment
will 1m' featured.
A major exhibition of oil
paintings by Hiroshi Kado will be
presented at the Gloria Luria
Gallery. The exhibiti >n. ertitled
The Romi otic Edge of Surreal-
ism, will open Tuesday evening.
Dec 10, and will remain on view
through Tuesday. Dec. 31. There
is no admission charge to the
Gallery' The paintings in ihe ex
hibition were all executed dur-
ing the past veur and will mark
the first showing of Kado';- work
in Miami since 1989 and the third
showing at the Gloria Luria c,.ii
lcry, 14700 Biscayne Blvd.
The winter social season for dinner and dancing parties at
Kings Bay Yccht and Country Club is underway. Foursome
in the club's grand ballroom is Phillip and Mary Schili and
Allen and Sylvia Kresskove.
Surfside Community Center
Hosting 'Night In Israel'
Tin' Surfskie Communitj Cen
ter, !':<>i ::inK Ave. Miami
Beach, will heat a "Night in Is-
rael" i'ii behalf of Israel Bonds
Thursday Dec. .">.
Entertainment will Ik? provid-
e-1 by American Jewish folk hu-
lk ichaffer Sen Ing as
chairmen i i the Israel Bonds
cent an- Councilman Sy Howard
and Nathan S. Vlock. Mr ami
Mrs Ma :'' :i and BenJ
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6Sing Along Witli Israel9 At
N.M.B. High School Tuesday
The Jewish Cultural Develop-
m nt Committee of tlie Jewish
Community Center* <>f South
Florida, to preaantinf ;i "Sing
Along with Lareel," Tuaaday ;.i
s |i.m. in the North Miami Beach
Senior High Schol, 1247 NE
167th St.
This program hai leen ape-
, i.iily prepared for audiences In
the United States with partici-
pation of Mine of the best is-
raeli vocalists, Including intro-
,, tory text in English, ipecial
scenery and the screening <>t
film sequences which blend with
the songs.
These taking pan are a cross-
section of Israeli kibbutz mem-
n. is. city dweller*, Immigrants
and Sabras, arm) officers and
, n iliana.
Among those featured will l>e
i isti llkah Raveh, A\1va
Shahaf, Michel Hi>n ami Yoav
Nachson, ami Hillol Sohonker.
Stage manager la Shmuel Fir-
stenberg.
In addition to the evening in si, there will be an Israeli
exhibit on-istiny of the work
hi 27) craftsmen, with samples of
a Wide variet, of media ami
tcchniojues represented Jewel-
ry in silver ami ceramics, batik.
enameled paintings, silk prints.
a- work, copper, Inine (cow)
craft, rugs ami needlework.
The purpose of t ho evening is
to give the audience a taste of
life in Israel.
Tickets may be picked up at
the JCC office. L'lMOO NE 24th
Ave., North Miami Beach, or
i!')'i Harrison St., Hollywood.
Tickets win also be available at
the door.
Pioneer Women Club IV. / Will
Honor Mrs. Notkin At Luncheon
M/CHfI HON
ORT Garage Sale Sunday
(Julf tream Chapter, Women's
American our. is spon tring an
,i Idaj garage sale at 1501 Calais
Dr., Normandy Isle. Sunday.
( hiidren's furniture, clothing, ap-
p lances and TVs will be among
i'.i items offered.
Pioneer Women unlta In South
Florida continue to accelerate
Hum: activities in behalf of the
has leer: active in Gi eater Mi-
ami in behalf of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund. I'nited Jewish Ap-
lea] and HistaeTrut.
M s Miii,.11 Green, president
of the Pioneer Women Council
of South Florida, will he the
guest speaker ami Esther Wein-
stein will i'ies nl a mush ,ii pro-
gram, a: cording i" Mrs Josei h
Krantz, president of Club No. i.
Chai Chaptei ol Pioneer Wom-
en will hold its month!) meeting
Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. at Amer-
ican Savings and Loan Aasocia
tion's Baysida Auditorium. 1200
Lincoln Road. Entertainment
and refreshments a.....n the
agenda.
Skit Highlights Meeting
The skit "Woman Power" will
be presented at Monday's 12:45
p.m. meeting of the Eleanor
Roosevelt Group, Miam: Chapter
of Hadarsah, in the Marten Gar-
dens Auditorium. Mrs. Emanuel
R i wilt preide.
Refined Single Gentleman
52, 5'11", interested in art,
mu3ic. religion; salesman
living in Calif., would like to
correspond with attractive
business gal 40-50 for liie-
time marriage. S9nd photo
and letter to Mr. Paul Cal
vert, 7151 Fountain Ave.. W.
Hollywood. Calif. 90046.
UAH NOTKIM
State of Israel in preparation
t-i the celebration in 1978 of the
Golden Jubilee Year of the
Women's Labor Zionist Organi-
st ion of Ac ica.
c'luh No. l ': Pioneer Women
will honor Mrs. Leah Notkin, fi-
nancial secretary, on her s.">th
I irthdaj during a ipecial lunch
eon Tuesday at l p.m. at the
Raleigh Hotel in Miami Beach.
Mis. Notkm lived three years
n Israel prior to the establish-
e of the J with state. She
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Friday, November 29, 1974
C *1 Fk 1 TJ 1 4 1 V, Mazola Margarine, A Product That's
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Third Annual Dinner Dec. 7
Final plans have been made
for the South Dade Hebrew
Academy's thi.d annual dinner
dance to b? held at the Carillon
Hotel on Dec. 7. at 8 p.m.
Now in its sixth month at its
new location at 11801 S\V 74th
Ave., th.- Academy has more thin
doubled its enrollment and has
become the Largest Jewish day
school in South Dade.
Rabbi Mur.lechai Kirshblum,
es-ociate head of Aliyah and
member of the Jewish Agency
Executive, will be the guest
speaker at the Academy's dinner.
Rahhi Kir hblum, who is corn-
ins from Jerurolem to daliver his
p rv\ e'- i i !"' ora idsney of
IV Mizrachi Organization of
, i h ne ,n an -,- ve
?r I >? > *'" i >r ii 7'
W ''' H I lie emi-
pj.-. .. .., T r.p' ;., iq ;g
'' ir! -i M Pr-i hr, ganeral
manager of the Hasta Restaurant,
will be honored and receive the
Academy"s David Ben-Gurion Hu-
manitarian Award in recognition
nf his heroic achievements in or-
ganizing Jewish resistance in
Budape.-t. Hungary in 1944 and
saving thousands Of Jewish lives.
Mr Preisler recently obtained
permission from the Hungarian
government to place a monument
in memory of his parents, exe-
cuted in Auschwitz, in a public
cemetery'- The m munient is the
only English written commemora-
tion in a Hungarian cemetery
and recall? the "Martyrs of the
Nazi Tenor"' and the Israeli
n tl i after !'.' Ii f nders of Ma-
s&da, "Newer Ac n!"
A d'Ter ;<>" rrorl was giv-
,.. ... -'. > ( "Cvn S' ho!"
,.,.(.. ,. ., ,,. \m j.j v;t|, ;rl
i' t?r rnl turnout of
i and family memb ws.
NCJW Divisions Schedule
.Meetings Next Wednesday
All Divisions if the Greater
line!
of .) : n. will m 'i"
Wedi
Bay Harbor Division will meel
Sings 11:30
a m. Mjr.i V.iv "ill re; \r\ on
the S iferenci and con-
Isi Lynn B

will preside.
Coral Division will hear a re-
port on the Su nm I rence
in Israel at the First Federal
Bank Bu I Una 2750 s\v 22 -t .
at 100 p.m. Mimi Abel is presi-
dent.
Del Prado Division will con-
vene at i.oo pm at the Firsl
Feelera! Bank Building. 18301
Biscayne EJlvd. F irence Alberts
will diccuss rescue and migra-
tion. I KassaJ is presi-
d '
E irlin" by Michael
e reviewed by
th Pi Indian
Islands Division m eting in the
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K v Biscayne Division Invit-
usband- to th 'ir meetHi | al
thi rowers of Key Biscayne, at
: m A dramatic book ret iew
"Sunshir and Salt" by Sylvia
1 ii performed by
Blai I He!
sky. Admission by Bric-a-brac
on. ii >salie Pi dot! is prest-
Lak.es Dfvfsten .-.ill meet at
1:00 p m al the Washington Pe I-
i I ]' 03 N E 167th St.
A h ow will be pre-
I by ] in Fr ed, soloist,
and Helen Toback, pianist. Mil-
dn d Welcher is pi
... d of Ti in
pie isr iel w ill lo a b ok review
for Lincoln Division at the Del
an i Hotel 11 Fn n Fahr-
e is pi e lent
Narmaodv DlvisiM meets m
the Washington Federal, 1133
Normandy Dr., al 11:30 am. Th"
program will he an afternoon at
the theater with Henry Howard.
Flo Karmiol is the president
Ocean View Division meets at
1030 a.m. in the Mediterranean
Room of the Seacoast Towen
West. 5600 Collins Ave.. with
Bose Madman presiding Program
will feature Shores Division show
"Under The Big Top" and a talk
by Dell Rubin on Child Care.
Shores Division will meet at
0 30 am in the home of Helen
Tti" program -From Mos-
cow To Miami," concerns reset
tlement of Soviet Jews. Joyce
Julian is president.
South Dade Division will meet
at 9:15 a m, in the h >me of Find,
r. Dr. Ben Sheppard will
I i discussi a on "Alcohol
And Youth" (The New/Old Turn
On). Judy Pa'.gon is the
dent.
presi-
dent
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The enthusiasm of the new fami-
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expanding enrollment several
skilled specialists have been add-
ed to the faculty including
science and art.
"The open classroom concept
fa is greatly enhanced the poten-
tial of each child in the learning
process. Attempts to carry' this
over into the Hebrew curriculum
have been most successful." com-
mented Principal Erwin B. Mar-
shall.
An original cantata will be pre-
sented at the dinner-dance by
the student in '.he drama elec-
tive directed by Burton Parker
and Mrs. Talma Keshen.
"The dinner-dance this year
will r i onj ba a 'fun evening'
but an inspirational one as well.'*
noted chairman Nelson Keshen.
"A successful event will enhance
the dtmansdOM U1 '< wish and sec-
ular edui ation that we can de-
velop in th coming year. We
t i achieve an exciting and
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New Year's Eve Party Set
A gala New Year's Eve Part)
will be sponsored by the Men's
Club of Temple Adath Yeshurun.
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catered hot ke-her buffet dinner.
open bar, music by th? "Boys
in the Band." entertainment ani
party favor- will be featured.
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i (or those you
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chopped
1 cup Planters Peanut Oil
Beat eggs slightly. Add flour, sugar,
salt, water and Dry Sack Sherry; beat
until smooth.
Thinly slice chicken parallel to the grain
into pieces about 2 inches square. Dip
chicken pieces in egg mixture and then
coat with chopped Planters Salted
Cashews. Place on wax paper. Chicken
may be covered and refrigerated until just
before serving.
Heat Planters Peanut Oil in Wok over high
heat to 375' F. Cook chicken in hot oil, a
few pieces at a time. 2 to 3 minutes, or
until done. Drain on paper towels. Keep
warm until ready to serve..
A Kosher
Recipe
from the
Kosher Oil
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="riday, November 29, 1974
, Uni *t nrrMtort
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Developer Advises Purchasers
To Investigate Before Bu
; e I" otne recent coi do-
Failures, some pui
,.. a: e ahj Ing aw b I build-
ings whicl in II undei
ti Philip Pearl-
in, AJ \ '' ol Pai k
i n Pi tnbi e I
' i
n prices
severs

inter 1 and
. |

i ise." Mr. Pearln a
mai ket for a
artment
ite the d< veloi er's
i i financial source find
(i it how his deposit will be
i and study the condomi-
n .;:. loc imtnts the developer is
required to provide. Their own
neys should be cons
also."
Mr. Pearlman, a prominent
S i ith Florida architect
1 08, developed the Watergate
c< ndominium in Ho11.vw.kk1. His
ymg
p
Ii site
in i i Ge
Re. ; -i : i I
O rp. an ffiliate of Gen

Ini-
-
: fun'! ol
If he h I
I
i : eposita
are held Pan
American 1 f
i i
irtant
than I'M" for the prospective
pur ca efully ini
gate i inity ol his i hoice
in foi e makin I lie lecision to
buy, i' i- Imi ortant to r di e
that for evei o mplex that has
financial problems, there are
lie ens which are completely
sound,
"All thai i< required to assure
the buyer of a home that meets
his expectations Ls some fore-
thought and careful, conscien-
tious shopping-"
Delirious Quick Chanukah Dishes
For The Busy. Hurried Hostess
Women are more involved
i ver tlu-sc days with fund-
i hanuk in Bazaars al
les or children's carpools.
Lisuall) leaves less time for
meal-planning. Yet homemakera
still want to prepan extra-
!ni.i> n i ab for the
and gu
H< re, then, are some id s
thai make good use of hi
i you prebabl] already have
rig mi your p intrj shelf.
For this luscious dinnerthne
role, you'll net d a package
of delicious Sunweel Pitted
Prunes, and two cans of yam-.
Th- result basted like Uimmes,
n't take the time (and
your mam i expended
on this sweetly-remembered dish
-U NSWEFT PRt'NF. &
SWEET POTATO CASSEROLE
1 pk 12 / I Sulawesi
Pitted Prunes
2 cans i 1 lb H Ol each) yam-
or sweel potatoes
'_ cup dark brown sugar
'. cup margarine
', Np sal!
'- t-.p each pepper, cinnamon.
ganger
Cut potatoes into thick slices.
Combine brown sugar, marga-
rine, .-alt and spices. Place half
of potato slues in a greased Hi
quart lwking dish Sprinkle with
some of brown sugar mixture
Top with half of prunes, sprinkle
with mixture, repeat layers Then
Maxim Is For
Fussy People
Fussy people who claim they
can't drink coffee unless it's
freshly perked are very often
called "mayvins."
These are also the people like-
ly to become Maxim lovers, as
well. Because freezedried Maxim
is the one coffee they'll drink.
(And never know it wasn't just
brewed in a percolator'.)
The truth is Maxim is
actually percolated coffee that's
fast-frozen the instant it's fully
perked, so the fresh coffee flavor
is caught at its peak
The bit*, dark chunks are re-
activated into delicious coffee the
moment you pour boiling water
over them. And. in an instant,
your coffee "meyvfais" are p
pin 'heir Maxim and telling jrou
rhal graal h >-t m you are:
Ha\e Kosher Maxim Freeze-
Dried Coffee on hand this Cha
nukahand all year roundbe-
cause you never know when a
"mi \in" will drop in.
Need Capable Woman
Care of elderly semi-invalid woman.
Live in kosher home, excellent
salary; Reference*. Call 949-8996.
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phiup MAILMAN
bake in a pn heated 350 degree
F. ovei ''5 minutesuntil
i Serves 8.
.
An l here are I wo novel g
iec also m ike use of won-
p tted
ah..- t friend Pa ^
M-l ill \ ...
recommen l< -I. for time saving
comi|!|!
HONIED PRL'NAPPLE PIE
Pastrj for 2-crust pie
2 3 cup cut-up Sunsweet
Pitted Pnil
'_ cup sugar
2 tblsp. flour
'. cup h
4.'i tart apples
2 t-p lemon juice
l tblsp. mar [arinc
ip cinnamon
i tsp. nutm
Roll half the pastry, fit into
9-inch pie plate. Scatter prunes
over pastry Mix sugar with flour.
th -i blend in h > and spices,
(ore. peel, and slue apples. Ar-
prune- Sprinkle with
lemon .mice, p.nir hone) iriMure
over all and dot with margarine.
Cut most of rest of pastry into
stnps. and arrange lattice-fashion
over filling PoW edges together.
leal and flute Bake in hot oven
(450 degrees F.) about 45 min-
utes, till apples are fork tender
and pastry a golden brown
If you've popped in your pie
as you sit down to dinner, you
can serve it warm perhaps
drizzled with a mixture of honey
and grated lemon rindto the
accolades of your guests!
it it it
And here's an idea on using
your left-over prunes and pastry
to delicious advantage if,
not for dinner, for another spe-,
rial occasion
PRl'NECHOVY CANAPES
Add equal amount grated
cheese to pie cruet mix. Roll out
Cut in 3-inch circles. Place pitted
prune stuffed with rolled an
chovy on half of circle. Moisten
edge, fold empty half over prune
and pinch together firmly. Set
out on cookie sJieet and bake in ,
425 degrees F. oven for 10 min
utes. If not brown, bake 5 min
utes more.
These are so ta-ty. you may
want to start with full packages
of Sun-weet Pitted Prunes, and
pie-cru>t mix to be sure you
have enough!
Hellniann'a REAL
Mayonnaise For
Rich Party Salad
Chances are you'll want to set
out a truly rich side dish to
complement your holiday buffet
cold cuts.
Here's how to out together a
potato salad with Hellmann's
r d Mayonnaise, one thai will
delight all your guests with gour-
met taftes Be sure, however, you
ii e Hellmann's the real mayon-
nai< ) ... the i ne made with
whole, frr-h eggB. Hellmann- is
her and creamier another
one of the many fine Bet Foods
products that mean best quality.
PEPPY PARTY
POTATO SALAD
2 lbs. potat i salad
1 cuo Hell i Real
V i> onnaise
2 tii'-p. vinegar
2 tblso h T-
l dk celery, chopped up
1 large dill pickle, chopped
up
1 large sour aople. peeled,
cored and di I
i tsp prepared i^ard
1 green peppi r, cord and
dice 1
l'-j t-p -a't
Dash pepper
Boil potatoes about 20 minutes,
till tender hut firm Peel an 1
I'ice. Add vinegar, onions and
. tings while sl 11 warm.
I -,<:. add pickle, pepoer, celery
and apple, then toes with mayon-
nail and mustard. Chill.
Set out on bed of salad greens,
garnished with bi- of green pep-
per and sliced stuff, d green
olive- for dashing effect Serves
4 to 6doubl? the recipe for a
bigger party.
CARNIVALThe third annual
"Skipper Chuck-Pepsi Carnival
Against Muscular Dystrophy"
will continue through Sundej Ml
the Palmetto Expressway adjoin-
i" Pepsi Cola Bottlin
plant

ELECTl I) i
er.il m ins
V. AIA-F.M i ted to
i ie i odtion of vice
;i- I to thi Bi ird of 1
the Protrr s C uh
>t business
-
M won \ LMEDD
I ; Mayi r Harold 1
been named vio
Mr or's I omn Ittee on the Bi-
centennial as part of the nat -
wide prom am lesigned to cele-
brate the country's 200th birth-
day in 1976. As vice chairman.
Mayor Rosen will help d
and encourage Bicente
projects in Miami Beach and
meet with other mayors in Dade
County to stimulate interest.
'-
FREE PAMPHLETS Home-
owners desiring the latest ideas
in remodeling rooms with the
use of ceramic tile, marble, ter-
ra//" nr. I other stone products
i -.....' ping han I I ron
the Flori la Tile, Marble & Ter-
razzo Institute, a non-profit or-
ganization. The FTMTl's free
oi the 'se I 'ei i-
mic Tile in Remodeling and the
Care and i' eaning ol T
are tiding; a
stanr I I, St
to the FTMTI, 1 ii Se\
C ral Gal
ELECTED Leo Martin
ami furniture n m ifacturer, has
been elected president of the
Florida Association of Furniture
Manufacturers. Martin Is head
of Pompeii Casual Furnitun
FREE SEED Cuban Pink
Trumpet Tree (Tabebula palttda)
seed will be mailed to al! those
who write to Dr. Edwin A. Men-
ninger, l'< Box 107, Stuai I F
33494 enclosing a dime to
mailing expenS .
WCKT-TV iCh 7) has idded
$1,000 to the
kel Journalism Scholarship fund
started last spring bj Ms. Gar-
funkel's journalism students at
Mlami-Dade Communitj I
Ms. Garfunkel retired this past
August after 39 years of Si
as a school newspaper adviser,
WVKT's contribution to the
fun l as t'r......he !:' at annual
Urn" i al Journalism Snfcl .
Awa for
jr. The Hitchhik-
ers."
0XTE8T Ame
. .. I
i"

Donni
i test. The contest,
-
-
v
.1
irrigation.
ELECTED Ruth B Basse-
..; i]lolit hi I
communi atioi fficei has e hi
ted 1 term as a
the 7,2
member Pu1 lie R dati ins S icie-
ty of Amei ica. An a lited
men il RSA, R ith Ka
wit/ is a past presi lent if the
e letj South Floi i la chapter
and PRSA's Government Sec-
tlon.
Democratic Club To Hold
Open Meeting Wednesday
The Dent tcratic Club
Beach will meet at 8 p.m. Wi l-
ij in ih C trill i ::
Gu -' speakers will include C.
M .i Fr., 18, r iceinV
lit) Com-
rr's ioner, v hi I I will be
"What the Countrj R
\\ all> lluck pr d rvl v ^11
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en to 1
of variel
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For Information:
949-6791
^ fquol Ho.sing Oppertnalfy
TO THE
"FRIENDS OF AMERICAN MIZRACHI WOMEN!"
JOIN WITH US ON OUR
AMERICAN MIZRACHI WOMEN'S
NATIONAL SOLIDARITY DAY
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1st
1:30-3:30
LAND0W YESHIVA CENTER-1140 ALTON ROAD
GUEST SPEAKER: RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF CHAIRPERSON: MRS. UNA GOLDBERG
OF SHALVAH CHAPTER
Celebrating 100th Birthday of Chaim Weizmonn I 27th Anniversary of fhe U.H. Partition!
SHOW FAITH WITH ISRAEL! ENTIRE COMMUNITY INVITED NO ADMISSION
lilly Stone, National Vice President
Jeanne Finkelstein, Florida Council President
For Further information
Florida Council Offices: 531-7996


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* Jewish fkridfian
Friday. November 29, 1974
Mis. Norman Dilcitek ci lirotl vke presii -'.is. uee
Goldberg, Mcthei-In israel chairman ot the Shalvah Chap-
ter of the American Mixrachi Women, v:ere sponsors cf o
recent breakfcst at the Tarleton m Beach
where Mrs. Stone, national vice president ol Amer-
ican Mixrachi Wom:n, was the guesl speaker.
Serve Brim-It's
97% Caffein Free
It's a joyful festival. A tinu
for family reunions, games, par-
tips, celebrations end happiness.
This Chanukah, serve Brim-
Hit deliriously rich coffee that's
:>7': caffein free to fiends ant
family. So you don't have to
worry about rationing or inter-
fering with someone's sleep!
Thanks to Brim, you're sure
you're serving the best!
Brim is made !:' Ml choice Co-
lombian beans that promise you
mellow-ripe flavor every time.
Brim is available in ngular or
drip grind, freeze-dried or elec-
tric perk. Select the one that's
just right for you.
Make sure your holiday shop-
ping list includes Brim decaf-
feinated coffee. Certified Ko-
sher, of course.
Post-A uxiliary
Activities Set
The Ladies Auxiliary of Suth
Dade Post No. 778. Jewish War
Veterans, is cosponsoring the
!x>at ride aboard the Jungle
Queen, in Ft. Lauderdalc, Leah
Kj-tODian. president, reports. A
bus will be leaving Jefferson
Stores on S. Dixie Highway at
"i:00 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7. Edith
Novins, chairman i f the affair.
sa; all reset mu t be
by Dec. I, The public is in
vited '" attend
Mi Dday, Dec. 9. at 8 p.m.. t'i >.
Auxiliary will hold it; rcinthly
at the office of !
on S. Dixie Hi [h
way. Evelyn Ferdie. department
president, w II be pre*) nt. Fol-
lowing a short tn< ting, a P< -t-
Auxiliary ( hanukah party will be
held, and gifts h ed

South Dadr Post N*. 778. lew
ish War Veteran?, i. cosponsor
ing th:' b.iat ride Saturday eve
ning. Dec. 7. abaarJ the Jungle
Queen with the Auxiliary.
The December meeting will be
held Monday Dec. 9. en the 2nd
floor of the Dado Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association on S.
Dixie Highway. This will be in
the form of a Chanukah party
sponsored by the Post and
Auxiliary: gifts wiil be ex-
changed.
V i- -si-
Thursday, Dec. 5, at 8 p.m.,
West Miami Auxiliary will have
their regular and Chanukah meet-
ing at the hem* of pa~t president
Gladys Isgar. 5871 SW 13th St.
included will be an exchange ot
rifts and holidiy refreshments.
State President Evelyn Ferdie
will pay her official vKit t j Nor-
man Bruce Brown Indies Auxil-
iary No. 174, Tuesday. All mem-
bers and future members invited
The Auxiliary will have its an-
nual "Aid to Israel Dessert Card
Party" tliursday, Dec. 5. at l
p.m. at Fir.:t Federal Savings and
Lean CUIg. Special refreshments
will be servid. Chairman is
Pearl Weinstein.
Miami Beach AiuiPary 330 will
have its Chanukah Party at Th-
American Legion Hall. 1820
Alton Road at 8 p.m., Thur lay,
Dee 5. with "resident Pauline
{.azarus presiding.
u Saturday To benefit
Cancer Resec ch Institute
-.....public fund-
event sponsored by the
k.oman's orps of the Papanico-
ancer Research Institute
be a Luau at the Ba tronl
tori i Sat irday night.
i (lining the Star studded
i it of entertainers will be the
Kam Islanders, a Polynesian
. production. Other stars of
tl night are: Lee Shun. Bell
Sammy Walsh, Mary
termu li, Elsa Siss-
le me of the ori final Zeig-
1: Follies show girls, and the
presi lent of the Zeigfield Follies
}-als, Viola H. Jones, Sammy
Spear, director of the Jackie
GleaSOn orchestra. Rick Weaver
and Henry Bower.
'Project Cheer' Collection
Centers Open Weekdays
T'e Mental Hi Ith Associa-
tion of Dade County. Inc. is
again collecting holiday gifts for
patients in the States Mental
Hospitals through its annual
"Project Cheer," giving the
public ;i chance to share the
holiday season with these people
who in ed encouragement, love
and understanding to aid them
in their recovery.
Dr. Elizabeth L. Metcalf,
Ph.n Mental
Hcall of Da le
iced two
Projei i Chi m centers
i ale in
i (Men
BOO it the
. nti i.
833 S
Both will be o >m 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. wi e ii now
until t le end of D
Richest Rate At
Biscayne Friday
"Duke Go" hi ads \merican
team asain.-t thi Iri h in the
running of the $40,000 Rocking
Ship Memorial Marathon, richest
distance event in greyhound his-
tory ; id highlight of Biscayne
D::g Trick's racing wan Fri-
day night.
There will be free grand tand
admis ion from 6:30 to 7:30 and
entertainment for early arrival-;
by an Irish bagr.p" band and
folk dancers. First post is 8 p.m.
and aU races will he run over
the Marathon Course.
Preceding the stakes (12th)
race there will be a special
Fag'.ant. including a flag and
drill t-am and trumpeters to
signal the march to the post with
owners and trainers accompany
ing the eight finalists, four Iri.'h
and four Americans, who remain
to tattle for tie fiut-Dlace purse
of $2n,CO0 Friday night.
Victory Unit Meeting
Victory Cancer Unit will hold
a general meeting at Washing-
ton Federal 633 NE 167th St.,
Monday at 10:33 a.m. Handwrit-
ing analyst Charlotte Leibel will
entertain. Coffee and cake will
be served.
Mizrncbi Women
AnSweiHSal] For
Solidarity Dvv. 1
National American Mlzrachi
Women has issued a call for
mobilization of all i n
throughout 'be entire country at
this time when Israel i- faced
with i olitical threat This time
was chosen in conjunction with
the 100th birthday of Chaim
Weizmann and the 27th anniver-
sary of the if.N. partition of Is-
rael
The Florida Council \> ill an-
swer the call for solidarity Sun-
daj from 1:30 to 3:.i0 \ ,m. at the
Landow Yeshiva Center, 1140
Alton Rd.
Chairperson for the day is
Lana Goldberg of the Shalvah
chapter. Guest speaker u Re bi
Solomon Schiff; president ol the
Floi ida Council is Jeanne Fin-
kelstein.
All members and friends of
American Mi/iachi Women are
invited, according to Lily Stone,
national president and coordina-
tor of the Florida Council.
fc ?
Aviva Chapter honored Mrs.
Eve Schoenljerger. chairman of
Mother-in-Israel and an ardent
worker of the chapter, at a gala
luncheon Nov. 13 at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac I-.'mmer.
Mrs. Emmer is the first vice
president
<"
Rossmoor Coconut re*k./s
AW A 'Live Community'
Beth David Sisterhood
Sponsoring Country Fair
Beth David Sisterhood is
sponsoring a Country Fair Sun-
day from 11 to 6 p.m. at 7500
SW 120th St. (across from Pal-
metto Senior High School I tor
the entire family. There wili be
something there tor |>eople of all
age-..
Wimpie the Clown will hold a
children's show at 1:30 p.m.
There will be auctions, craft-.
plants, food, flowers and pro-
duce; a potter, a glassblower,
and a caricature artist w ill l>e
working throughout the entire
day.
R ssmoor iconul Creek Is n i
n er just a "d fveloj ment" or
roject Now, with approx
imately 30 families In residence
in the Bahama Village section,
Rossmi >r Coconut Creek has b -
come a COMMUNITY, accoi
to Tom Rojser, the communitj
admin: tra: ir.
Acco ding to informal c n
Ftructlon i ar! mi '., a project' is
the mix ol residences, structures,
giounds and cth -r feature that
will eventual!) compo e the phys
ical environment of ;i communi-
ty, a project becom com
munity hi n h i. idi nts ai tusl
l> take ii i ii in <>f their i rop
erty, and the management
-team" established by th d
veloper begins the day-to-daj
c- lduct of the community's a.-
tivities and businc -
A comprehensive recreational
an I activity schedule is already
in effect at Ro.-snnor.
Two new. air-conditioned bus-
es, one a Dodge minibus
(promptly named "Minnie The
Bus'' by residents) and the other
an 18-passenger Winnehago
("Winnie"), have been busily
-hut'' rm Hosmoor residents on
sightseeing and shopping trips,
taking them to dinners, movies,
fishing, to the beach, etc.
A temporary recreational fa-
cility has also been provided for
residents, pending completion of
the Center. The rec-room is open
24 hours, and is equipped with
billiard tables, card tables, and
other recreational equipment.
Rossmoor Coconut Creek be-
gan construction la.t January' on
the Bahama Village section of
304 residential units, in 20 two-
story. Caribbean-styled villas.
Construe ticn is now nearing coni-
rWt jn on this first phase, and
":iles are underway for Nassau
\ illage, the second construction
phase for the adults-only com-
munity.
Condominium apartments are
available in fiv- bash fboT plans,
Prici tan i J18.800 up. de-
pendent upon location and
Ihere i- neither recreational
I ase or gi wnd lease ai Roes
m iconul Creek. The com
munity is 30 miles rjith of Ml
b twei i Margate and Pom-
cano Bi k h in State Road 814,
h i! mile w oi exit 24 of th*
Ftorida Turnpike.
Maxwell House,
Tradition Itself
There ar > i miny b?autiful
Fan i enjoys at
this time of year.
one which h is been faithfully
i llowed for o< er half a century
in Jewish homes is the serving
Ol Maxwell House Coffee. That's
herau.se its "good to the last
drop" flavor hssnt varied over
the yi jrs' So both family and
guc ts bi m you care, when your
(h ice '' delicious Maxwell
House.
At ir^als. or in between, every
one enjoys a truly cheering holi
day cup of Maxwell House. Make
sure you have plenty of Maxwell
House Coffee handy, when plan-
ning for the ho'iday.
Maxwell House Coffee in
t->th instant and regularis err
tified kosher the year round.
Mrs. Moma Lighte Speaker
Mrs. Monna Lighte. executive
dureetor of th< Hemispheric Cot>
gresa for Women, and member
of the Governor's Council on the
Status of Woman, will be th<
guest speaker at the regular bi-
monthly meeting of the Fthical
Culture Society Sunday at 10:30
a.m. in the Washington Federa
1133 Normandy Dr. Her topic
\>i!l be 'Women on the Move."
All meetings are open to the
public.
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November 30>1974 8:15 pm
for tickets call 754-3322
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Richard Hornsfe.'n
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the festivrtu iil be Dr.
Mrs ii rbert I i and
i ,i ber.
Rl HARD HORNSTEIN
I Scott ion of Mi
.; .i ...n Hcrn-sti in,
v ir Mtzvah Saturday, Nov.
p e I! (th Tov.
i;. brant att nda Glades
lunior High School.
! i i parenti
in honor >! the occa
i it of tea uesta will in-
his gra idi i '- Mi
. : i Ii ;. .i .i-i.l Mi s.
a n .ii.. le and aunt
ai ,l Mrs :. k Ho
ii lunt, Mr.
,r, Hoi n 'A sin ah i will ba
'.. atii their Lh wedding
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1)1 Mr : I Nil \at Jaf
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and grand ton 4 Mrs Sj Ivia Ep
ii in. w i bee unc a Bar Mil,( ah
^i Tempi ">;.i,. turdaj
morning. New 30
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ttudeni a| l.< u Sch il.
NOIOl.VN \\ LAS
N'ormay Murra' son ol
and M Maxwi I Vaas II 7 SW
29th IM. will be called the
Torah as a Bar
day, "
gregation
The eelebranl hi ti lied ;>t
Beth David Ri
years and i In : I ibrew grade
Vav. tanda SI
Junioi High
in (dith grade
and !>'" c "i hi '
I honk Band.
M: and
sor Ki Muan luncheon in

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t and flo
ers ncca
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celebrant's grai ; il i
'..- Hi North ''
B. ai'i .. Blank .
Mia i Beach; Mr. and M
Pr. .mil Mrs. II. Lippitz i
family of Glehooe. III.; I (r. an I
i < ohi n an I '
Monsey, N.Y.; Huck-
man ol Maplewond, N.J. an I
VI .'.: Nai n S ol R Ion.
Mi. Scopus Hadassah
To Hear Samuel Heiman
Mis. Vlorris Lautet/ president
ol the Mi. S f the
sah. ai
that il
the gn will I
in at 1 p m. it the
h ral Hank, 271 0 < i
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Hearty Holida
lend Flavor To
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lization
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and worid c a
'Jewish lnl'
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v hich ii
in m. jor mfiiH m ''
I ion the cultui
. ; i .. written
i] fashion and ha-,
i i wide acclaim.
\ ,- Ka zrman has s frved a
of the VMHA. The
>r the Aged, and
,.- a hoard nembar of both the
I i Ii v.. ih EdllCltl 'ii ant1
ii-.I A ;ency for Jewish
Edui alien.
Km throughout the com-
n in i> i his. many philan-
ulcav iis and for his
-lr:> in enhancing the
Jewish life in the
ii ar a Mr. Kataman
, pre 'ill ,1 a coos <>f his
1 icational Reiour <
i ntral Agency foi
;-. n
Corned-/. Fight Film Showing
> "I.t. Robin Cru-
... ,-,,- ene l Wednesday
n Springs No. I.
eman Vs. Muham-
tl e official world
c ..i npionsWp ii hi
a, features: "The
..I- Revenge" and
oi s" opened al the
. 7th Avenue I
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Yo Dinners

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liced
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Author Jack Katzman, ',>,. a philanthropist and community
leader. ,5 shown presetting nis book "Jewish Influence on
Civilu n" to Herbert Zvi Berger, executive director of the
Csntrni '-lency for Jewish Education, for the Educational
Resource Center of the Agency.
Biscayne Medical Centers To Be
Dedicated In Nov. 30 Ceremonies
The p il !i is inviti d to attend
the dedi ition i ere for
the 458-bi d Bisca ne Medii al
Center, at oon Sat :rda X& .
30, accoi ing to Michael H.
Sussman, administ ator. S] e -ial
invitations a e al going it t"
the medi al comm initj ami
leaders i B oward and i >ade
c luntli i
The ho long -remonies I'l
l>e high'ighti d with an addn -
by Congressman William H. Leh-
man, iD-1 '' i District! rei ently
re-elected t Others i articipating in tl e
1 rogram incluili Al i B Miller,
president, v--< rn-ini M
In.-.: Howard Fuerst, M.D., pi
Ident of the Medical Staff; Har-
ry Permes y, M.D., chairman,
board ol ire >rs; 11 md -
Mayor Miit m Weinkle; R
Luther Pli ce, Union Congi a-
i, .,- ci flabl i Sai i
I f| ; ,. th-El, iiim i
Ronn! i Brohi i r, St. Mathewa
Catholic C'h mil. S issman will
ser\e as master "i ceremonies.
;,-i.. irs vvi'l feat i e
; |a> thai
U.S. < 'apitol
,n Wa- i ting i"
fficlals, to refn shmi nts.
led by the
, n lei the dire* tion <>f Jerry
c. nnaro.
SuRsmat ?aid that the first
I a'lents wl! sfecred from
i lold" n fsi Hosi ital to Bis-
cayne Dec. v. Managed and op-
ted i' A me I' -ni Medlcorp
Inc., !'' '" '
is i i' .i l 5 i te at 21*01 NI
209th SI. iwh re it i le ts Bis-
r-avne Boi
lar
in) n
is m boiling, salted
nil-. Drain,
il i ie and cook onion
.. Add carrots, p
I sea' mings. C >ok
Lirring occasionally
. thickened and car-
ed. Serves 6-8.
, ippointmeiil
v.. i on need By Flagler
,intent of Lavern
branch manager of
a Office "l Flaj or
-.-. and Loan Asso-
rt en announced bj
.. ol diiti.tors.
.i has been with
al since 1870 and
,i i year he bus served
, ranch manager "f
. rai'a Nwth Mia nl
City Of Hope To Benefit
i : .if the seven day
: i i linn, St. Tiioina-.
i tbaard Uie \l irdi
i I will go to the City
,. ,: lie*! K-. -arch Center
Ch for chics foi
lifeasej Fran end
,-n .f the Bahama
.. Mir
Mrs. Jack Sills, past presiden'. and Youth A'.iyah chairman
of the El Roosevelt Group of the Miami Chapter of
Hadassch and Miami Chc.ptoi auditor and Mrs. James A.
Feldmon. National Youth Aliyah chairman of Hadassah
and leader ol the Youth Aliyah Study Mission to Israel
(right), chat wiih students of the Isiael Goldstein Youth Vil-
lage in Jerusalem, who aie preparing bread for the youth
villaqe's lunch. Tha girls leain baking as pan of their do-
mestic science course.
Mayor Harold Rosen of Miami Beach, who proclaimed the
month ol November as "H Month" (Hadassah Month) is
piciured above with Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, (left) prtsident of
the Miami Beach Chapter; Mis. Jack Miller, membership
coordinate:: Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg memb3Tship vice pres-
ident, and Mra. Sara B2ndet, (riqht) reenrollment chairman.


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"riday, November
Services Held At Temple Israel
For Dr. Nathaniel M. Levin
Question Bo
LtGAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
'.v
Services for Dr Nathaniel
Martin I.evin. an^assocj^ate clin-
ical professor of surgery at the
DR. NATHANIEL M. LEVIN
University of Miami's School of
Medicine, were held Thursday,
Nov. 21. in Temple Israel ot
Greater Miami.
Dr. Levin, of 725 SW 25th Rd..
died Tuesday in Mercy Hospital.
He had practiced in Miami for
32 yean.
Born in Ohio, he graduated
from Temple University Medical
School and was a speciali.-t in
otolaryngology. diseases of the
throat
IN 1999, Dr. Levin established
r otgraduate clinics in esophage-
al speech to teach physician-;.
surgeons and speech therapists In
rehabilitating those who had lost
their larvnves. He and his wife.
friendship...
means someone cares
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
Sem.ng tti* Jewish Community since 1S38
0RTHO00I
CONSERVATIVE
__________ REFORM SERVICES
E man jrl Gordon .' 1946) Ike Gordon
Hj.ry Gciflci' 1964 Jt>eB GorrJon
Telephone 858-5566
PALMER'S .
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MMONALIZED MEMORIALS
CUSTOM CRAFTED
IN OUR WORKSHOP
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Sylvia, taught hundreds to speak
acain.
He* was honored in Washing-
tjn by tho President's Committee
. n Emp pym< >:" the Physically
Uandic u I for his role in giv-
u ch i^ i; a new lease on
Di. was a past president
re u r Miami Eye. Ear. -Nose
Society, a diplomate
of tie American Board of Oto-
igy, a Fellow of the
American College of Surgeons,
and a member of the Dade Coun-
tj. Florida and American Medical
Ast i. tations.
A founder and director of the
Florida Laryngectomes Associa-
tion and past director of the
Parkinson Foundation, he was on
the -taff of Mount Sinai Medical
Center, Cedars of Lebanon and
Jackson Memorial Hospital
Survivors include his wife: two
sons. Dr. Joel and Barry: a
brother. Samuel: two sisters.
Mrs Rose Tahaek and Mrs. Mil-
dred rratkin; and three grand-
children.
The family requests memorial-
be sent to the Florida Laryn-
gectomcs Scholarship Fund.
Gordon Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements.
DIAMOND
JACK A 56, ,.{ Coral Gables, ;..,--.-.1
away Thursdaj Nov 21 \ 85 year
rtenl nmini fn m Rosh n, N V
Bin vlvlns i- in- wife, Billle, I
- Barry Roger, Alexandria, Va.,
Daniel H< ward C Qablea .i riatuth-
' r l labetn Ruth. Boston, fathi r,
two brothers, Robert and
Kenneth sistei Bar! ra :.ll of Los
-. Calif. one Brandt hild H<
was mm of tin- founders and Paal
Vice President of Temple It.th Am,
i President of the Fi. Ida Tt \-
tlles Salesman's Club, fun.I rs
chairman of the Aon
the l Irea ter .Miami Jew Ish I'-
ll, a-ai ;( member of th-- Kings
Baj fachl and Country Club Serv.
Ice* were held Sunday a) TVnml*
n.th Am Riverside Chanel In
chanre of arrangement! i
RURResta contribution! t.. the Am. r-
i. an Cancer So. i .
A8HKBN \s CeliR, M of Miami
Beach Riverside Interment M<>unt
Nebo Cemetery.
BERUER, Jerome. 62. of Miami.
< lordon
BERKMAN, Hyman W 75. of Miami
Beach Riverside.
BRODTMAN Else, 72. of Miami
i le cli Riverside
'ERBH, Rudolph, v.. of North 'l ami
Levitt.
'< 'ii EN Ben ird, *'.' i f Miami Bt ai h
Rivet
DAVID !: bt a, t>4. of Miami I
i..\ i"
i' 'I DHERG Molly. S3, of Miami
i '> i (1 r.l.tt
lOl DPARB Herman H S3, of Mi-
ami Rivet
GHAY Paj M. ..i- M ami Beach.
R i -nl.
' EV1N ( North Miami
I Riven ide
'' >8ENBER<] William. 76. -I Miami
I l| -Mil-.
A EINTRAI B, Pay. 77. of Coral
Gabli .:.......n ii :.-t m. nl Mount
Nebo Ccmell v
BREITHAKT, Oustavi Q.. of Miami
Beach Riverside.
CHONON. Shirley. ';7 formerly of
Bead Levl tt
I'H, Lena, 87, of North .Miami
11
III'1: IG \\ llliara .1 (1, of Miami.
man
JAKHETT Dot i of North
I H'l V 79, ol Miami
Df Miami B
..nil Mi.-uni
a man
41. of .Miami

Iyer. 64 Miami Beach.
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Opt* fyerjr Day Closed Sabbath
140 SW 57rh Avenue
Phone 266-2888
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
(C) Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
Why are the prayers in
the traditional Hebrew pray-
er book expressed in the
plural?
In the first place, a pe
who approaches the I
should not 10 so out ol pun
ish Interest. One must m vi
si'iht of the needs and problems
of others, even when he has ton-
tern to:- bis own.
Secondly, while an individual
by himself may be less
worthy of the Al might j i
eration. he still stands a chance
as a member of the larger com-
munity,
Third, the result of his prayer
may be that the Almighty would
favor upon the community as a
whole, which may then subse-
quently bring the individual some
measure of advantage.
Fourth, the rabbis have long
ago claimed that if a person
prays for someone else's needs,
while he. at the same time, ha?
the same needs, he might be
helped because of his considera-
tion for others.
Lastly, this is done to make U!
understand that the problems of
others eventually affect us. too.
in this interrelated humanity.
Why is it required to tear
one's clothes upon hearing of
the death of the next of kin?
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.SS8M
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
INI:
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RICH \l:l I BRISKER
.\ fieri i Utt <
1,., fi >rida
U> I SNEKPEN
\ Denul Clerk
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K\\ ITNEY K 1.- I" ,v
Si HEINBBRO. P V
Road Suit'
evi fol I
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DVISION
J C.WYNN PARKER
PROBATE NO. 74-7355
I |;
The rabbis deduce this from
the Biblical prohibition given to
the priests whose brothers iNa-
dab and Abihu) had passed away,
forbidding them to tear their
cltthes sinco they were in the
midst of the service in the sanc-
tuary. This indicated that tearing
one's clothes was required upon
the passing of one's next of kin.
The Rabbinic literature tries to
explain this requirement by com-
paring the Ion oi One's next of
kin to the experience of having
a Torah burned in one's presence.
Naehmanides claimed that the
soul is like the scriptural refer-
ences to the name of the Al-
mighty, while the body of a per-
sun is like the parchment of the
scroll of the Safer Torah, It has !
.!., u .,-,-. .Mi.,Ill; H.ll.'Il. I- Orida
also been stated that if one b
one's clothes tor the bunting oi ___________
a Torah one should also tear
one's clothes when witness
the death of a person who ful-
fills what the Torah commands.
Others claim thai the soul of
Iving person is what grants
human being dignity Death
str ;>- the human being of bis
ty. loon death a t< ai
made in the existential bein
the per-:ti The next of kin thus
tear their clothes to demon
tin-.
I UIIEItG
. 1 VMIN SII.VEUBEPa
AHK '.HAM BENJ VM1N Sll V

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cred rid A P.....>- Hav-
n oi I* mt i- Aaralnsi
it
Vou are hereby i
I
M hi. ll Volt ma', havi MKHinSl 'I
of BENAJMIN SIl.VERBEHa
. i. ., ABRAHAM BENJ v \l I \ Sll.-
VERBERO tie. ..-. d att of Da Ii
< '.>u' r rltla u u
. : i i ... m< in
duplicati ded It Reel
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In the i 'ounti i urtl us.
I sile 'ounl | thin four
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barn .1
i IK .1 al Ml .::
Kuvemhei \ i '4
BVK STI ''.I i:
JOY' I SEW Vs-
BE ITRICE KIRSH S'BAl'M
V Exet-ull
t ir-r pulill. alion of tl
r Novembei ::
-I! kPIRl I. ERIED V\ EIL A: SCHEER
.vilornei s fot
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-5637
In Rl of
," v-i'is
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To A ad All Per* i: ....
I.. iii.iini- Ajtalnsi I

hereb! nol It
ed to
which v..u m;i> Ii.
KRT H. JAtli
! County, i'
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Ai vi-
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SHAPIHti FRIED, vv EH. \ -
Ailiirni i for Bal 11
|l l.in, oli, I;
Id ml Beai h, Ploridt
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF te
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNT/
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74.1701
In RE- 1 of J
MICHAEL I ISICARl I

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I AII I
: : i un .'i

you I Ifled ..' 'I r.-uuT-
lalma and di n
h v. u may ha \ aaralnsi th< -
or MICHAEL Kl.-nvl:. .1^.
, .! late "f I 'adi Count) l
i i reu JudaT' ol Dad.....
a i
Statute) I s In thi i un-
it Court I ouse In I lade i 'ounti
i thin four ali ndai
f the first du< lion
ime h ill i i..
Florida
V Ii l"74
: i ii. i: PALMER
\ Exi utor
on
f N veraber, 1974
HELM VN iHEN
\ >.. utor

n :
There are some who elaini '
grief must be expressed noon ex-
periencing such ,i nad event. One
who is in true angui 'i might be
tempted to te i I li as some
Olleii ll peopll 118 -I lii d I I
came of this f. elin if guilt oi
an\i,
Jewish tr id tion thu orovides
a substitute by calling for a
in one's cloti Gener I'ly. upon
experii ncing the < "h of the
nexi ol kin we feel that a part
of us has been torn nway,
Why iv the corps* covered
Immediately uot dath
never to be publicly exposed
again?
One is forbidden 'wish law
to gaze upon the desd First, it
is considered to be ~.-t insult to
the deceased who ha been ren-
dered physically incapacitated
and cannot respond
Secondly, death *fuids the
human existence hi mystery
which the living wwt under
stand.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
J. GWYNN PARKER
PROBATE NO. 74-7356
RE Ei Hi nf
II IN \ V!l SIL\ ERRERH
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
v t'ri
ms in l mat 'I- .it.i
Vou

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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERV.CE
iNO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY .
CIVIL ACTION
NO 74 33^58
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF M APRIAGE
IN RE THE M UtRI VOE I 'I"
MEREI II. IE ItEINNINQER.
PETTTH 'NER
.- v\ll-:s El (IRNE REINNINOER,
RESPi INDE-'
IAMEH BlAl IN K RKINN R
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Humhli Con nany
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NOT c E I NDER
FICTITIUUS NAME LAW

J Al I EN V Vi v
'
Mi KIEL II' PE Si >KOL 0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
rr 1 DADE COl NTY.
F ^RIDA IN PROBATE
, ,,,. No. 74-7322
In Rl ,,f
VYILI IA i MILLS
NOT'CI TO CREDITORS
* and All i
\SK manda
i. ti
,.,,v:"', ;' ; ''" notified and reoulr-
any chalmi and di
, v' IM-'V hvi !,,. ...
'' O '. I 1 V M A Mil l ^
oil l-.i. i ... .V1II.I..S .1. ..,,.-
,. '' I "'' Countv, Klori.l
Counts .1 >.l*es of Dad
'III Mill.- It, llutll
ns Hav-
ii Said
NOTICE I'NnER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M i Y OIVEN
tndet ei
I II- lll-SK Ulllll liOU
NIN1 i; .,
with the Cli rh of !
Counti i
PAI'I.A IPPENH'
sii lull-: v vm .. .i r
Utornej foi I'aul t I
Sun. in, 1 ., |
Miami Bet h I
, .i
Cln ill) !i u
MER Owner
County,
and
- llUlllt. .,!. ..nil .,-. ,,,,..
"""' "' s ""l I urlda Slat-
Third, one is
honor the dead.
;trated to
Whatever is hon-mv,! and re-
vered is covered in Jewish law.
Covering the com > thus a
sign of reverence fend ibute be-
ing paid to the deceased.
Uti
i 'ourthou

the time
Of, or
Il.ll. I
day ol
Pin '
thi i|
IIARIttv
Attoi
11 Nl'
r offii.s i the County
" Dade County, Florida
calendar monthi from
he fn-t publication here-
will be barred
"ii. Klori.l;,. ,l,is Kth
mber, A l> |T4
QER MILLS
Administrator
atlon of this notice
irkSTRl"' 1S74
V.iniiinsii'.ior
ve.. Miami. Fl
11/29 12/6
on
no r
id
U/S-1 I
NOTICE UNPER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEI'EHY GIVEN th.it
the underslirned, deslrtnsl t.. smraxe in
th.- firtltloni name ol
Project M et I H
i rd I'm of Mi-
ami, ptoii i. mi.. .' .. retriati r the
said ii.iin. U1ih i| i -k Of the Cir-
. uit Court of lia.l. ty Klon.ls
Dated al Mlam i)a tin- l'"1
day of Novemh.
STUART P KOSB
, t OEOROK
Michael Relchm i
yttoi net for vi.r
Btre
Miami. Florida
.NTIS
12/6-18-M
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Friday. November 29. 1974
JNt#iH fhrldfknr
Page 15-B
ing ovci final cirangemcnts ior Friday's coffee at the
-.i Beach home nf Mrs. Richard Levy icenter1 ware Mrs.
g Cypen, (left] and Mary Rose 'Mrs. Sherr.i o [apian.
The women's coffee is one of the pr;ludes to the Temple
nu-El Israel Dinner of State which will be held on be-
| of Israel Bonds Sunday, Dec. 8, at the Fontainebleau
Hotel. Dr. and Mis Kaplan will be honored at the dinner-
dance.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PF.x. bA TE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 72-5673
..ii-
HARRY PRi 'PPER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS

inn i I
1 .. In | .iuir-
< I i" pr< sent an! m> and dem i

HAIIKY PKi !
t'lrcu

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At Admit
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kCaU For Action"
Referral Service
Project ol TY-6
\ valuable new eonunu
e ;..,- come to Miami. It is
telephone information and re
il rviee deaifned to help
:, ilve their problem*.
[V six ('ail for Action,'' a
corps of 5fl volunteer profession-
. a new source for listings
Iredfl of resources, agen
nd of: :ies available t
\n affiliate of a net-a >rl
("all For Actions acroas the na-
I m untain- a directory of
. vices available in 20 oatego-
r -. sucti as consumerteni In
nee, utilities, health, h
i: .crimination.
teh phon are answered
bj volunteers who direct callers
to the service or agenej .: qt dfk problems No
onable request for help is
ad The initial assistance Is
reed later by call backs to
those a~kine for helo. and by
mt re-cbecking of services
irh callers have been re-
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When referral alone is not suf-
J f-.ci.-nt and rt the caller's re-
quest. ("FA volunteers will act as
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teers are trained to pinpoint
problems and to find avenues of
ition.
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mi ire on m ev r
from 11 a.m. to 1 ]
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Chanuknh Concert Breakfast
The Men's Club of Tetnole
tii Yeshurun II H ,;
need Break!
Sunday. Dee, B I 30 a.m. tea
tui.....iton Ian Vloern and tv
temo'e's You'll Choir Tickets
w .11 be avail ib' I "he d >or
LEGAL NOTICE
IN "the CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUO'CIAL C'RCUIT
OF FLORICIA IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
FRANK ? POWLINO
PROBATE NO. 74-7797
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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House Party This Weekend
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; l -. ire a ig live
band dance at the Cockpit Club,
4240 x\v 18th St. i near Miami
Airport), Sunday at ~ 30 p.m.
The Young P-i.---ion.ils are
soring i hi i se i u ty at
18912 \\v 7th ,-... sal il
s p.m. R S V.P. Is re | ired ac-
cording to Marty Listowsky,
lent.
LEGAL NOTKE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0* THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 74.-922
JUDGE NESBITT
'M re ::.-!.. ..r
Ji >YCE Al RERT
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All < Ml Hav-
L.- I "a I .-ill
Yi'U arc hereby notified and reaulr-
i.i.--. nl x i i imi 'i a d. maud*
h x u mi'X hi x acalnsl tin- ---
of JOYCE ai BERT dacaaaed
,t.. nf I'll, i'.'umm Florida, t" the
r uit .lu'lae.- .f Da4a Comrtr, and
file lha aamr duvlii .. and .i-
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Statute*, In their offli aa In -he "'"u- -
. .ui inii.-. ;:. Dade Counts Florida.
v ohin ''.ur calendar manthn from the
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. -.iin.- xx i; be barred
PUad at Miami Florida thl* 27th
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AM-ll.l. IAI: Y ADMINISTRATOR
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First i.ul'!i'.iti"ii nf thi- notice on
the ;!>th day of November 1974
H MtltV Zl'KERKICK
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.....VISTPATOH iTA
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO 74.34309
GENERAL JURISDICTION
niVlSION
IN Ki: MARRIACE i '!'
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I'. i :band
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notic" of suit for
petition for dissolution
of marriage
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
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PROBATE DIV'SION
PROBATE NO. 74-6583
In RE: Eetate ..f
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
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STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
In The Nam- And By The Authority
i >f The stale i >f Florida
Ti' *L T" WHOM THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COME, QRBOCTINQS:
When i-
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MIAMI FLORIDA
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
m the 4th day : De ember \ P .
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DEPEND ON FOOD FAIR'S QUALITY FOOD
SAVE 3 WAYS!...BONUS SPECIALS!...HONEST VALUES!...PLUS MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS!
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF LOIN jm
SIRLOIN STEAKS *
$189
$189
1
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF ROUND
Top Round Steaks
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF ROUND
Bottom Round Roast
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF IOIN
Porterhouse Steaks ib
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
Beef Cubed Steaks .
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF ROUND
BOTTOM ROUND RUMP ROAST ,
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK .... US. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK
Under Blade Pot Roast 'T. s149 Under Blade Steak Bnls.
79
$199
IB. I
$159
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$|79
$159
$14S
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US. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK
Shoulder Steak Bnls.
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK
Shoulder Pot Roast Bnls. lb
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
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$1
49
FLA. OR SHIPPED GRADE A FRESH ICED
FRYER PARTS
89'
WNOU BREASTS WITH RIBS
THIGHS DRUMSTICKS
WHOLE LEGS LB
FIA. OR SHIPPED GRADE A FRESH ICED
FRYER QTRS.
59c
LEG OR
BREASTS
FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE FROM DATE OF PUBLICATION
THRU SUNDAY. DECEMBER lit
AT All FOOD FAIR STORES
EXCLUDING FOOO FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
GET AN EXTRA BONUS OF
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
FOR VALUABLE GIFTS I
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 25
BOLD
LAUNDRY DETERGENT
$|39
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 20 caV
P.P. BRAND
HEAVY
DUTY
CLEANING
ENERGY
84-OZ.
PKG.
SLICED
OR
HALVES
PEACHES
49c
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
FLORIDA THIN SKIN
JUICE ORANCES
10 59c
OCEAN SPRAY _
Cranberries 39c
JUICY 4 #B
California Lemons 65c
29-OZ.
CAN
GOOD FOR EVERY MEAL _
Red Bliss Potatoes 5 & 69
LIMIT ONE PKG.. PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
LIMIT 2 CANS. PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE, EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
TOMATO SAUCE SCHLITZ BEER
CONTADINA
JOAN OF ARC
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CAN
Red Kidney Beans 3 li& $1
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Pine Sol Cleaner l&% 77e
FOR A WHITER WASH __
Snowy Bleach ,1^89'
SWEET ''"*" --
CUT BEETS 3 89C
RENUZIT SOLID (ALL FRAGRANCES) __
Room Air Freshener can 69c
GEISHA _
Mandarin Oranges '.iff 39c
KLEENEX _
Dinner Napkins o??o 39c
OR MALT
LIQUOR
NUTRITIOUS
12-OZ.
POP TOP
CANS
D'ANJOU PEARS
SWEET ^fc $ V
EATING ^# LBS
EXCELLENT QUALITY ACORN OR
Butternut Squash ,. 19c
flavorful
Stokely Shellie Beans .OS 35
STOKELY
Cut Green Beans \ttt 35
STOKELY _
Sliced Green Beans \tS 39
KEEPS IN FLAVOR __
SaranWrap Tactkarceli79c
ALUMINUM _,
FOIL.................75.fPTKcR01175
Mixed Nuts in Shell U 89c
BEAUTIFUL
Fresh Cut Gladiolus bunch 89c
ORANGE JUICE
P.P. BRAND
FROZEN
BIRDS EYE FROZEN
Chopped Onions
BIRDS EYE FROZEN
6-OZ.
CAN
12-OZ
PKG
39'
BOUTIQUE
Kleenex Facial Tissues om 47c
PART SKIM MILK
Maggio Mozzarella Cheese US 79c
MERlCO CHOCOLATE CHIP WITH PECANS
Slice N'Bake Cookies\tS 79c
IMPORTED AUSTRIAN SLICED
Dorman's Swiss Cheese 6pkg 69c
WONDERFUL BAKED GOODS
ALL BAKED GOODS MADE WITH PURE
VEGETABLE SHORTENING
SPLIT TOP BREAD
45e
Food Wrap Bags flfe 1" ""PP*'Spinach !g? 25'
Pitted Ripe Olives <& 59c Mllili.1I UdJiUJ lVdlP
AVAILABLE ONLY AT STORES HAVING SERVICE COUNTED
All IUNCH MEATS t CHEESE SLICED TO OROER
TURKEY ROLL
89e r
LargeWhitefish u.,tM
IMPORTED NORWEGIAN _
Jarlsberg Cheese T 89c
POTATO COLE SLAW _
Freshly Made Salads 69
DELICIOUS FRENCH STYLE
Assorted Butter Cookies... $179
RARE OR MEDIUM
Roast Beef TStTWt
QUART J7
CONT. # f
P.P. BRAND
FRESH
BAKED
20-OZ.
LOAF
DELICIOUS
Friendship Buttermilk
LOW FAT CREAMED
Les Cal Cottage Cheese 3JP 49
DIET
Soft Mazola Margarine i& 69
FRESH SEAFOOD DEPT !
AVAILABLE ONLY AT STORES HAVING
SERVICE SEAFOOD COUNTERS
MACKEREL
55l
RICH'S ALL
DARK MEAT
FRESHLY SMOKED
Large Whit
IMPORTED NORWEGIAN
FLORIDA
CAUGHT
LB.
DELICIOUS
FRESHLY SLICEO
GREAT WITH HOT DOCS
Golden Top Apple Pie SBf 59c Kingfish Steaks 99e Willy's Sauerkraut IB? 43c
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. All ClERICAl. TYPOGRAPHIC, PHOTOGRAPHIC AND PRINTlMr *.,>., .,
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Vatican Urged to Reconsider Peace Prize
JEW YORK The American
Ifisrh Congress has called on
Vatican to "reconsider" and
kthhold" the granting of its
Vial Pope John XX11I Inter-
[ional Peace Prize to the
Itcd Nations Educational,
lentific and Cultural Organi/1
Citing the UNESCO vote ex-
Jing Israel from its European
|icnal group. Rabbi Arthur
ftzberg, president of the Con-
ka declared:
[Nothing ouid be more Incon
|ous or incompatible with the
in >ry of Pope John XXIII than
announcement by the Vatican
W award in his name to
|> SCO
fit is astonishing that a priz i
international peace activities
In (I be given to a specialized
TV of the UN which has gone
<>f Its way to abandon its con-
ns iih education, .-< ience and
lure in order to I igage in ex-
neou acts of political c
and duress."
lumbers Reelected President
PEL A\ IV David M. Blum
of Knoxville, Tenn bus
Offering to UNESCO
bi "i reelected pr d "e B'nai
B'rith, the In latii il '
dee Oi inizati .1.
Blumb irg was i ac
tion of
the *
I Los At
was i I ti i*urer and 16
i hers v ei I d \ ice pi
d nts. in the head
the organization's vari
irere voted bit
A- pr< lid) t ai B'rith,
Blumberg heads an organization
that expanded from 12 members
and SGI) in its trtasury in 1M43
to half a million members and
an annual budget of some >20
hi.

Food It sources Program
LOS ANGELESAn agronomy
pro [rain of Ian.' nifi-
cance, designed to prevent the
no i tl d destruction of the
; ess( ntial cereal ci | is
undei i iken by Tel Aviv
In Israel, '.t wa an-
il here by Victor M.
man of the i ta
Bi a 1 >if G ivernors of the
nt of th.
i i nd< of TAU.
il r the di-( ion of Dr.
I fes or ni botany
at T.\!" and a v.o Id i owned
>f 1st, the imiv< i ;.
is est: bli '.- titute for
1 Im| '. '. th.'
prii i ipal aii i of v hich wi
v germ pi i im ,::
grain
LO Ignores Signs of Caution
Bj EHUD V.WKI
PEL AVIV (JTAt "Whi n
ipj roacl es the ci i*-
ad b tter slow
a dangerous cl ish occur.'
the .;i!\ice given to the
ratine I Iberation ('rgani; a
ps last week by a lead-
i "airo commentator.
3:.i' chief Ya-.ii- Arafat's ai-
fan! speech at the UN Gotl-
and then th
in Achziv and
I in ].lit sin- in weie l
|y.
:\( OURAOED BY the ap-
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I ra \ the PI
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n.
a .;. nt the PLi I tei i
lei .i I
,:n the n ui i| tion of i
he Maal I Kiryat She-
na type, w ould not affect the
port they hope to win.
Phey interpreted the UN's
pgnition ol the l'I. I as a i
to i scalate i aid i i i linst is-
under a cover ol "legitima-
lus, Arafat himself announc-
fthe diplomatic and ;w>!iti ui
viiy can ''' regarded by the
only as a supplementary,
Slui> acti n t'> the main i f
ai med struggle.
M.V IGNORANCE or h.....-
I fnef
in
i i now b i wing
of the PI and t by il
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11 ers one
killed and one : .
landing on the
Lebanet er were
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The attack i I SI an by
it ,:.. ii|i jnles ame
th< Ir leadi r, ac-
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Propaganda Barrage
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Arabs who favor the liquidation
of Israel. The occa ton is the in-
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JINPLIN
flow Could Jews Have Killed?
Continue.] from Page 4-A
nol a tashi mal le figure ai
n.iiio. Ii bores too man) ih*<>:'I*'
and should lie used sparingly.
Bangladesh is the 'in-"word
these days.)
I don't recall anybody in sub-
stantial numbers standing up at
the time to point iiti accusing
finger at the sadism of the Ger-
man-.
IN FACT, what I ilo recall
was a kind ol smirking, under-
the-breath attitude of "mo
[mwer to them."
it is tiie siit ( : thin.; I sense
now in the world reaction to tl
PLO generally, more power to
them," and all those liberal Gen-
tiles tthe number of New Left
Jews is small in comparison)
seem perfectly willing to suffer
the occasional terrorist outrage
to them, such as the latest hi-
jacking of a British jet to Tunis,
88 the price for the joy of get-
ting down to the possibility of
on Israel dismembered.
It's something like sitting on
the sidelines at a football game.
Sometimes, the play comes un-
comfortably close a behemoth
of a tackle might flatten you as
you sit on the bench in all in-
nocence when all lie means to
do is to stop an end sweep
around his line. But the view is
gorgeous, and it's not really you
he's after anyway. The danger
of your position, you opine, is
worth it.
WHAT AM I to say by way
of explanation to these bleeding
hearts that the people of Beit
Shean are oriental, not "Anglo-
Saxon" Jews?
That they express themselves
as passionately as any Arab at
the death of their loved ones?
That their tradition, unlike OUTS,
is not to bite the bullet of per-
sonal agony? That in sheer frus-
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on and ra e do-
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T H E IXTE1 LI < It AI.
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; thai An I a Imit-
. the retaliation al Beit
- not a prettj sight
ii thai was their offense nol
thai the Israelis ret
bul thai Hi. y did nol n ta-
liate attractive I
i it was ugly, it was
i! frightening, particu-
iuse ii gave us a pre-
vl h into the profound emo-
tional change taking place in Is-
rael as, for the first time in her
modem existence, she seems to
be losing her cool
On the other hand, the Choms-
ky types, the Peter Ustinov
types who consider Israel and
Judaism a crashing bore, can
hardly be expected to respond
to the politics of the PI.O as-
sault on Beit Shean. either.
IK TIIE Jew dies in resigna-
tion, it merely confirms their
image of him as obsequious and
detestable.
If the Jew dies fighting, he is
a "sadist" or else a fanatical im-
perialist, depending upon wheth-
er it is a New Leftist, or a lib-
eral Gentile, or a pocket reto
convert making the judgment.
And so, what we mast do is
to remain unperturbed by them.
They are the gnats in an already
uncomfortable situation. In
them, there is no salvation.
TIIE LONDON Times ol Sun-
day, ever on the lookout for
what's fair, in this ease the re-
taliatory ascendancy of the
PLO, may properly lx> expected
to advocate their cause, and that
should be good enough reason
for us to be confirmed in our
scorn for these inquisitora
(>n the other hand, wo must
not ignore them. Their cupidity
is merely a minor sin. The larg-
er danger in them is thai they
serve as the screen behind
which the truly sinister ones
lurk the Pulbrights, the Az-
bourel the Bi rw n i,
AS TOM Wolfe taughl us, it I
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Leonard Bernsteins and his
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namese cause, for all the fund-!
raising panics he held at his'
in support of the Cong.
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SOMEHOW, I sense In all this
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- to me, tbi- fate of the
.' i and tha fate of western
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Western civilization thinks
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French are the best at this; that
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Who better knows the rela-
tionship between morality and
surface nicety? That in sum, is
French culture
BIT IX the wake of the Arab
massacre at Beit Shean. which
the world applauded with United
Nations resolutions calling for
the extinction of Israel, thai in-
tertwining of fates became crys-
tal clear.
Until the truth about the mas-
sacre is universally recognized,
as Jews we will have a haul
time of it, postibl] U hard as
the Israelis are having of it
light now.
Naked In its brutality, the
PLO todaj sports a coat and a
tie, and Mount (Cisco is anxi
to have it join th< ii i ntrj
club.
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Cohen: Who Among
Us Will Survive?
Continued from Page 1A
really all about with those who
are so corrupted they no longer
know it.
At no point in his apologia lor
Gkn. Brown did he even mention
whit n ally shook the Jewish
community: "Jews own, you
know, the banks, the newspa-
pers b -;. id, he dwelt on "the
real cause of the trouble th.it Ml
worries (Jen Brown." which led
to his forecast of serious
Amei iti-m if a new
Mi die R-Ml war broke out. And
that is what?
i
real cause." writes Al-
- ip, is the current lunacy Of the
:i: Democrats and the lib
cral intellectuals. Despite the Is-
raelis ;! is lunacy has lefl us
a di tense pro ,i .en" that i-
Wi :>k
SINCE HE i brou .lit
ir.ii> his '; i New
Lei ts v i Jewish, like
only
like Saxb
' n in a
i en th. ii
l their left-wing
:
ever i ituati n ari
sheer s of
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