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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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"(Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 47 Number 50
Miami, Florida Friday, December 13, 1974
Ma t'v Mail Two Sections
Price 25 rents
AS FULBRSGHT DEMANDS INTERNATIONALIZATION OF JERUSALEM
Allon Offers New Sinai Withdrawals to Ford
WASHINGTON Yigal Allon. the Fon Ign Minister
en l Deputy Premier <>f Israel, has assured Presl
y,: i that the Israel government shares hia view of the
i irtanoa of moving ahead with further stepi In tin
I Middle East negotiations toward .i genuine peace set-
I tlement.
That was reported in a "notice u> the prea
bv White House Press Secretarj Ronald Nessen aftei a
m te meeting between Allon ; in the Oval
i ffi e.
LATER, it was reported that Alton told the Presi-
dent and try of State Henry Kissinger that Israel
would be Hilling to give back another portion of the
il Penins ila to Egypt without a formal pledge from
President Sadat of a state of non-belligerency.
But at the same time, Allon insisted that 1
wo Id have to make "political concessions," although
these were r.rt clarified.
Reports I ;gests that Allon offered a new withdraw-
al of .- !S >f 15 to 20 miles further along the
Sinai : "nt.
Tins DID not include the key Gidi and Mitla
Passes In centra] Sinai which Is.ael has occupied since
Continued on Page 6-A
IN ARMY PROBE
Missing
Tapes New
Watergate
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTAi Su-
preme Court Justice Shimon
Agranat has rejected charges
that an allegedly missing diary
contains information relevant to
his committee's investigation of
the conduct of the Yom Kippur
War.
In a letter to Defense Minister
Shimon Peres, Agranat dismiss-
ed the contention by Gen.
Shmuel Gonen (Ret.) that the
original diary was concealed and
that a forgery was submitted to
the committee.
HE SAID an investigation
found no substantial evidence to
bear out those charges and that
in any case, neither the diary
nor tape recordings of battle
field communications that Gonen
alleged were altered, contained
vital information.
Atrranat's letter was in re-
s[*>nse to the Defense Minister's
request last week that his com-
mittee investigate the mystery
of the missing diary and erased
tapes in what has been called
Israel's "Watergate" affair.
Agranat said a full recital of
th.- committee's findings would
be included in its final report ex-
pected to be submitted to the
go\ernment during the next few-
weeks.
THE AGRANAT Committee's
interim report published earlier
this year was sharply critical of
Gonen who was removed from
Continued on Page 7 A
Moscow Gives
Arms To
Terrorists
Giscard, Brezhnet Bring Pressure 6 A
Archbishop (apucel and police guard.
Capucci Draws Stiff
59 Years for Gunning
By DAVID LANDAU
JKRUSALEM _ larion Capucci, the Greek Cath-
olic Archbishop of the West
Bank and East Jerusalem, was
sentenced to a total of 59 years'
imprisonment here on six counts
of smuggling arms to terrorists
in Israel, having contacts with
terrorist agents and serving an
Illegal organization.
The 51-year-old cleric will
serve a maximum of only 12
years, however, as the six sen-
tences will run concurrently.
JUDGE MIRIAM Ben Porat
who pronounced the sentences,
said that Capucci had exploited
his high office and abused Is-
rael's hospitality.
She recalled that the Foreign
Ministry had issued him a spe-
cial permit at the Vatican's re-
quest to travel freely between
Israel and Lebanon and that he
had used that privilege to com-
mit acts against Israel.
Capucci was sentenced to two
terms of 12 years each for con-
tacts with Kl Fatah agents in
Beirut on three different occa-
sions, and one term of five years
for unlawfully transporting
arms.
HE RECEIVED three 10-year
terms for rendering services to
El Fatah. Capucci was arrested
Continued on Page '-A
By YITZHAK SIIARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA> The
recent visit of Palestine Libera-
tor. Organization Chief Yasir
Arafat to Moscow resulted in
the establishment of a direct
pipeline of Soviet weapons to
Palestinian terrorists, it was
learned here.
The weapons are said to in-
clude the latest model Kalachni-
kof automatic assault rifle and
mobile anti-aircraft missiles and
launchers known as the "Strela"
or SAM-7 which can be carried
with a shoulder harness.
THE NEW Kalachnikof can
fire grenades up to 250 meters
and the SAM-7s will increase
the defense capability of terror-
ist bases against Israeli air at-
tacks, sources said.
According to the sources, El
Fatah has already organized a
system to transport these weap-
ons from the Syrian port of La-
takiah where they are unloaded
from Russian merchant ships to
bases in Syria and southern
Lebanon and from Syria, via
Jordan, to terrorist cells in Is-
rael's administered territories.
Previously, the terrorists re-
ceived their arms and ammuni-
tion from the USSR or the Peo-
ple's Republic of China indirect-
ly through the Arab states.
Continued en Page 2-A
OUR JOB THIS YEAR IS A MONUMENTAL ONE'
n
Arkin Will Head '75 Combined Appeal
Miami Beach attorney L. Jules Arkin, a vice president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, has been named chair-
man of the 1975 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund.
The announcement was made by Federation President
Harry B. Smith. Arkin is a partner in the law firm of Meyer,
Weiss, Rose & Arkin.
"OUR JOB this year is a monumental one, Arkin said.
"The needs which CJA-IEF works to meet have multiplied.
Worldwide inflation especially in Israel, where the burden
is three times heavier than it is in the United States has
made the same humanitarian services much more costly to
provide.
"The cost of absorbing a new Russian immigrant family
of four into Israeli society has risen from 535,000 to $53,000.
according to our latest figures," he said.
"We must be prepared to provide these services on a
large scale, since Israel expects nearly 50,000 new immigrants
from the Soviet Union during the coming year."
"Yet indications from around Miami's Jewish community
are already very gratifying," Arkin said. "Everyone is feeling
Continued on Page 8 A
Pro PLO
Graffiti
In Gotham
NEW YORK (JTAi Anti-
Semitic, anti-Israel and pro-Pal-
estine Liberation Organization
graffiti has begun showing up in
city subway stations and trains.
Several persons called the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency to
say that the graffiti included
statements such as "Kill a Jew
today and tomorrow you'll feel
better"; 'The PLO lives, Israel
won't much longer"; "Get Israel
out of the Middle East, Palestine
for the Palestinians."
JULES ARKIN
HARRY B. SMITH


Page 2-A
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Friday, December 13, 1974
1
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1
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Rabin Sees 'Seven Lean Years' as Test for Israel
z -.
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) Premier Yitzhak Rabin's candid views of the situation Israel faces now-
and in the future were presented to the Israeli public.
In what some observers termed the most important statement he has made since beco
Premier, the former Army Chief of Staff and Ambassador to the U.S. told his fellow citizen* frankly
that Israel fates "seven lean years,"- and its future depend! on whether it can emerge from them un-
scathed.
HE SAII) it would take that
long for the effect! of the Arab
oil weapon to be overcome in the
United States and Western
Europe, and until then it would
continue to affect the interna-
tional political situation.
Rabin alfiO said that Israel now
has six weeks to decide what
price it is willing to pay to gain
time through a further accord
with Egypt.
in six weeks from now. Soviet
Communist Tarty Secretary Le-
onid I. Brezhnev will visit Cairo,
and Rabin str SS - Israel's vital interest to keep
Egypt from falling once more in-
to the Soviet camp.
RABIN, who held Israel's key
ambassadorial pos. in Washing-
ton for five years, spoke frankly
ol his nation*! relations with the
U.S. and its partnership with
American Jews.
He acknowledged that Presi-
dent Ford, vitally concerned over
the success of his economic poli-
cies in the next two years, was
interested in avoiding a crisis
with the Arab oil producing
.-lates.
in that connection Rabin
warned that it did no good to
1 Kaggerate the power of .American
Jewry said it was neither wise
nor tactful to forever be "call-
ing on American Jt .vr> as urged
by the Likud every time Israel
faced a crisis.
HE SAID American Jewish
political power would be weak
ened bj the new election cam-
paign financing laws folio-.
the Watergate scandal.
Rabin remarked that Gen.
George S. Brown, chairman of
the Joint Chiefs of Staff, was one
of Israel's strongest sympathii
era and said thai Israelis must
beware of creating .1 situation in
which the anti Israel, anti Semitic
e ations h is Brown
recently become the rule rather
than the exception.
The Premier expressed these
and other views in a lengthy in-
terview with-Haaretz com
dent Sfoel Marcus,
here.
He indicated a greater de
of flexibility than heretofore in
Israel's position on a second
stage agreement with Egypt and
some observers suggested that
Rabin's remarks <>n that subject
were aimed as much to Cairo as
to the Israeli public
RABIN SAD for the first
Keep J-M-V Bill IntacU-Dr. K.
By JOSEPH POI.AKOFF
WASHINGTON JTA) Secretarj oi State Henry A. Kissinger
led 1 1 on ress to kep (he Jacks.,. n ,
1 in the pel 1 1 le Reform Bill and not engage in qui
ing thai maj jeopardize whal he described .1- "a satisfactory
.-. achieved "on an unprecedented at
Bel (,: ]->.i. s "
Hi sential
mI under-
of the compromise pro-
c H in oractice."
THK SCCRETARY, who read
a prepared statement and sub-
mitted to questioning before the
Senate Finance Committee, was
referring to the exchange of let
ten between himself and Sen.
Henry M Jackson (D.. Wash.) on
Oct. 18 in which an understand-
vas reached that the Soviet
Union would not hamper or re-
strict the emigration of Soviet
citizens including Jews, in return
for which the Soviet Union would
be granted U.S. trade benefits
and credits.
The Finance Committee ap-
proved the Trade Reform Bill
with the understanding that the
Senate would not act on it until
Kissinger submitted himself to
questions from the committee, a
so requested by Sen. Ham
Byrd ilnd.. Vs.)
IN HIS prepared statement.
tiger revealed that the
"basis for his correspondence
with Jackson arose from his con-
Mosoow Anns
Terrorists
Continued from Page l-A
According to reliable sources.
the Palestinian terrorists are
making a serious effort to in-
voke Jordan in their activities.
TWO TKRKORIKT tangs that
I>enetrated Israeli territory re-
cently, including the one that at-
< 1 ked Beit-Shean. came from
an. They are trying |
tablish cells in refugee camps in
1 to use a.s bases for Bt-
iel and against the
in regime.
leoun samiriBy Eoeoea ere
.'"> co thane ef-
ts* in sens
Ian of] have
niied to bribery.
MORE THAN EVER
BY BUYING SAFE ISRAEL
BONDS YOU GIVF COURAGE
TO THE PEOPLE OF ISRAEL. ..
Give from the heart to CJA
and Israel Emergency Fund.
Mayshie Friedberg
versations with Su\lei F
Minister Andrei Gromyko in
Geneva last \pril. in Cyprus
May, and Moscow last July.
Under questioning by various
Senators, he said he had al>o dls-
retary of State.
Kissinger also conceded, under
questioning, that the understand-
ing on enugration with the Rus-
sians depends principally on
"faith."
IN HIS prepared statement.
however, he emphasiied that
"there will be ample opportunity
to test in practice what has been
set down on paper and to debate
these matters again for stock-
taking foreseen in the legisla-
tion" which requires the Presi-
dent to report to Congress on
Soviet emigration practices.
The only "paper" involved,
however, is Kissinger's exchange
of letters with Jackson.
The Secretary emphasized that
cussed the matter with Soviet
Ambassador Anatoly Dobrynin,
and that Soviet Communist Party
Secretary Leonid I. Brezhnev
had made "analogous statements"
to former President Nixon, to
President Ford and to the Sec-
there is no "formal agreement"
between the U.S. and the USSR
on the emigration issue.
"I must state flatly that if I
were to assert heir that a formal
agreement on emigration from
the I'SSR exist '>
governments, tiint state
would imm?<.:ateiy repudiated by
the Soviet government."
KISSINGER ALSO stressed
that he could not give "any as-
surances concerning the precise
mi-ration rate lhat may result"
if tae trade bill is penes' and
Mo-1 Favored Nation treatment
is extended to the Sovut Union
He the Soviet expla
id ; 1 she definition
of ci iteria and
to numbers
em
He t covern-
I by anj
'
When the '
I
ton had
the l>a>:> of applii it ions sent to
prospective ei a "bench-
mark" figure of 80,000 emigrants
arnuallv would bo expected
KISSINGER SAID here, "We
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have every right to expert as
he not
to th
then
i with ip
la 1973 m
but th Kissing)
had ,'. '" 4d pi r cent. H
said the reason for the decliiu
r aim of speculation
Kissing is acknowledgement '
faith" .1- the ultlmati l
Ing {round of the understanding
with th" Soviets was mad< und r
questioning by Sen Abraha o
Ribicoff THE BE NATO! observed
"We'll have to take much of this
on faith." and I personally have
faith" in President Ford and Sec
retary Kissinger that they will
"open up' Soviet emigration.
Ribicoff also noted that Con
sress "has retained a whole
bundle of powers" to see that
the Russians comply.
When Kissinger was asked by
Sen. Vance Hartke about the apparent assurance in
his letter that the Soviet govern
ment would adhere to the order
of applicants t > receive visas
seeme i 11 side step .'>
mse, replj ing, "Any atl n I
v v pub'iclj *o nail do n" ->
cific del dls wo lid be "Hkelj to
backfir
UNDER QUESTIONING by
Robert Dn'e (R. Kan.)
Kissinger laid that the Israeli
sovernment h-.i express 1 "the|
' I *' r mid proceed t>
r in th fore
rOB the Soviet
K roeaking" the undorstinding
l"-.irini, on Soviet emigration is
thai it a* ':<>s to "ail national)
and that there is "no spe-
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Friday, December 13, 1974
1
The JNF Governor's Ball
The Jewish National Fund Governor's Ball Sunday
night at the Fontainebleau Hotel will emphasize anew the
role of the JNF in the upbuilding of Israel from the state's
historic emergence in modern times.
Popularly, this means trees. Who doesn't know that it
was the Jewish National Fund that undertook to replant
the forests of Israel destroyed by thousands of years of
alien indifference?
Making the land green and fertile again contributed
significantly to making the land a new nation.
But the Jewish National Fund has contributed even
more than that as significant as the JNF reforestation
program continues to be.
a a The Role of Me Ami Today
The Jewish National Fund has- also helped, in its role
as Israel's official land acguisition and managing agency,
to guard the nation's borders against enemy incursion
through the establishment of frontier settlements.
For Miamians, particularly. MeAmi is one such set-
tlement of major importance, bearing the name of a dis-
tinguished South Florida community which that commu-
nity has helped found and supports.
At the JNF Ball on Sunday, Ovadia Soffer, a member
of Israel's permanent mission to the United Nations, will
describe the important contribution of such settlements,
MeAmi included, to the security of his country, particularly
t a time when the world is clamoring for retrenchment
m Israel's borders and a return to something like they
Xvere in 1967 treacherous and almost indefensible.
Those attending the ball, in the view of JNF Miami
President Jay Dermer and Dr. Irving Lehrman, JNF Foun-
dation chairman, "will give strength to Israel's moral and
spiritual fiber, making her feel that she is not alone in her
struggle for survival."
'Seven Lean Years'
Premisr Yitzhak Rabin's warning thct Israel faces
"seven lean years" and that her future depends upon
whether she can emerge horn the ordeal unscathed cer-
tainly puts things on the line.
There can be no misunderstanding of the Premier's
message.
Involved is a lowering of the gauntlet to those Israelis
who rioted recently in the face of the newest and most
stringent economic belt-tightening Israel has ever had to
face.
Involved is a challenge to the would-be "invaders"
of the West Bank who remain unyielding in their view
that there must be no returning of occupied lands.
Involved is Rabin's frank admission that a war with
Syria in 1975 is "a real possibility."
We can go on and on to detail what the Premier
meant by "seven lean years." Certainly these examples
are sufficient illustration.
The point is clear: a call for incredible self-sacrifice
through austere self-control.
The point must not be lost on American Jews. Rabin's
call extends to us, as well. The seli-sacrifice, the austere
self-control must not be borne by Israel alone. Through
our means, through our energy, through our dedication to
the Israeli cause, we must stand with Israel in her hour
of greatest travail.
Award to Our Editor
We note with some considerable gratification that the
Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, at its
recent convention in Chicago, presented its annual Smolar
Award for distinguished Jewish journalism to our associate
editor, Leo Mindlin.
The award to Mindlin was made in the category of
editorials and personal columns from a field of over 60
entries.
We are proud that the Council recognizes his work
in this fashion. It is a tribute not only to him but to The
Jewish Floridian, as well, where his work has appeared
for all these years.
Our part of The Jewish Floridian editorial page has
not always agreed with his part, but we are in accord
with the Smolar Award Committee about the dedicated
guality of Mindlin's writing as exemplary journalism
brought to the complex arena of contemporary Jewish
thought.
His high principles have been a guide for us, and
v/e are proud to share The Jewish Floridian helm with him.
The Smolar Award made to him, and the presentation of
the award slated for next March in Atlanta, not only con-
firm our pride but also bring another distinction to the
Jewish community of South Florida.
Story About Roger Tamraz
TUsKER to fcehething U thi ,
spirit of a wake In the after-
i announcement I
ari Arab combine attem] '
.; to the Lockhei I Air< raft
Corp.
sum Involved was $100
million, and tin stake was the
controlling interest in Lock i
SPOKESMEN FOR the Aral
combine in Beirut, prim I
Tamraz, about v
e later (in. have report! .']..
l "amazement" that
Mindlin
r
deal.
Alter all. LocKheed is in ter-
i\\ ie financial difficulty, an
though the government baili
o i once before, there is ln< ..
n | i". idence that tins is lik< y
to happen aain only in th. |
porate pressure
and eq tally great public ret -
am e.
The fact is thai public i |
!a> not taken kindly to govern-
ment beldization of failint -
i nti i pi lae. Then whj t
the Arabs do it?
TOT REASON is obvious
and no different from the e
spurring the Arab themsehes
on. Lockheed is a key element :n
thi American defense industry
lex
v. hale there is grave quest i n
that the federal governi
i be handing out aid l
in .,. tors ol the five enti
.st :.. whether to Lockheed or
tn any other troubled coi
:. onlj because thai kit I
thing reprc suits a conti
in economic terms, is the
native to permit a ton ign
bine to take control of it?
If not, what is the alti
live? i an wsj permit our del
industries to go bankrupt?
The anawer, al least in
gi.:,.. to be paradox. The
nt w.m't help them. B it
won't let foreign "Invesl '
help them either.
SOME OF the Arabs' "an
ment" in the aftermath ol e
Lockheed deal can be attributed
to this ;aradox Washingtoi
repeatedly invited investment of
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COMMENT
by EDWARD COHEN
For mast Jews this past year
has i ei n a h imbling < v < ience.
We have discovered our vu m r-
alility; at least our younger
people did. Those of us who were
adults before World War II
never really believed that we
had pul behind us a world that
was hostile.
The less ins are many: that we
can win on the battlefield and
use at the diplomatic table.
That oar vaunted political clout
is an illusion that depends on
the coincidence of national in-
terests, and not on any moral or
lepal influence. That our legend-
ary willingness to help our
b; others rested on the generosity
of a few, not the many, and that
in any event all the money we
could muster was a pittance
compared with the money Arabs
could raise through oil-black-
mail.
AS FOR anti-Semitism, laid to
rest in part because of guilt over
the Holocaust, it began to seep
through the veneer of respecta-
bility as the genocide of the six-
million faded into myth and leg-
end for Jew as well as Chris-
tian
Some of us think all this may
be salutary. The concluding
speaker at the recent General
Assembly of the Council of Jew-
ish Federation and Welfare
Funds reminded us that "despair
is wholly alien as an operative
concept to the Jewish people. It
is the luxury we do not allow
ourselves. In Judaism." he said,
"the response to a situation
which might bring despair is ac-
tion, and out of action comes
Sanity and survival."
THE UNITED Nations votes
to the contrary, I perceive a
hange in the here. The
ii actions of the Arabs and
their htened supporters
1 tain baiam
o] inkm, Israel is again the
un ler dog, not t..' mi {ht.' mill-
tai :.....r it was pictui I afl -
1917 I'i :!i ir new-fa nd
phoria the .\:..i>- have ove
reached thi mseh ".....' -
ca; able of compromise of rea-
-' n, < t i pen u-. .. t ,.....
manil j.
An example is the \ ir lictive
B t hy the Arab bloc and its al-
lies in excluding Israel from th*
work of UNESCO. It has
brought the wrath of the world's
Intellectuals down on their
heads Irom people like Joan-
Paul Sartre and Noam Chom-
sky, who have expressed sympa-
thy for the Palestinian cause in
the past, as well as others of
equally "left" or neutral views
IT WILL result not only in
the refusal of hundreds of great
scholars to lend their talents to
UNESCO but and here is a
campaign that our Community
Relations Council should inau-
gurate in the possibility of
the loss ol I .S. funds to t
the work of this om e-vital
a "ii...
i re is recognition, t
an.nitii'- I '
though n anj of us In ir
at miasma have I
we a g really ore
Cesar Chavez of the i
Fai m Worker--, a i Iressinj
' hicago followers, has told I
they need to support Israel
cause of our own experii
we recognize that the Jews' ex-
perience of persecution and op-
pression has reinforced theii re-
solve to maintain a demo.': H
society in Israel ... we urgt
our brothers and sisters In the
farmworker movement to
with Israel in its struggle to live
and be free."
THIS IS not unexpected from
a Chavez, but when the 1
Panthers publish a position ;-
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cohen: Past Year Was Numbing
Continued from Preceding Page
per on Israel, that is a major
reversal of their previous stance
that was blatantly anti-Semitic,
it emphasizes the change I lee
ahead of us.
The Hlaek Panther shift is not
only a call for each side to rec-
0 Mi ,e the national right! ol
their opponents but. for the
lirst time, a challenge to the
Aml> '.t-tes B' P ilpstlnian
liberation movement to rei
ni > the existence of the Slate
of Israel as the national sover-
eignty of the Jewish people."
Additionally one might al-
!" i sa arjolovetically the
Panthers make a positive point
a out Jews in the same paper:.
"EQUALITY before the law
is a basic right which the Jew-
ish people have historically
championed, not only in their
own i ehatf, but co i i
and generously alongside Black
" other minority < es" and
while the Panthers deplore the
fact of loiacl rule over Aralw,
it does so with understanding of
the factors which have led to
the problem, particularly the
Holoca
The lessons of the past year
seem plain enough. What we
have learned from them is a
question yet to be answered.

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the 1967 Six-Day War.
It also did not include the oil fields at Abu Rodeis.
which Israel has been occupying since the Six-Day War,
and which supplies some GO percent of Israel's energy
needs.
There has been some talk of compromise on the Abu
Rodeis fields, which some Israeli leaders say they would
be willing to "lease'' from the Egyptian*.
MEANWHILE, outgoing chairman of the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee William Fulbright called
the United States to recognize the Palestine Lib-
eration Organization.
He also declared that the U.S. must urpre Israel to
quit the Sinai Peninsula altogether and to give up JeiU.
sileti-., which should then be internationalized.
In one of his l4Ut interviews before returning n
private life, Fulbrlghl laid that the alternative would
ie a new Middle East war leading to "another great
depression" or "to Armageddon itstlf."
.. But Sharon Says it Would Weaken Israel Militarily
By I>AMD LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) Gen.
Ariel Sharon, the retired Yom
Kippur War hero who heads
Likud, said here that anj further
pullback of Israeli forces in the
Sinai would limit Israel's military
options so that its only response
to the ma-sin,; of Egyptian forces
east of the Suez (anal would
have to be pre-emptive attack.
Addressing a luncheon of the
Israel Academics Committee on
the Middle East Sharon main-
tained that Israel could not give
up any territory on the West
Bank without endangering its,
existence and that it coul.i af-
ford only very limited further
pullbacks on the Golan H
and then only in return for a
full fledged peace agreement
with Syria.
ACCORDING TO Gen. Sharon.
Egypt now has ;he capability of
moving 1,500 to 2.000 tanks
across the Suez Canal in one
night. If Cairo did this under the
strategic conditions that prevail
today. Israel would have the op-
tion of mobilizing its forces and
waiting for the next Egyptian
move, he said.
But if Israel withdraws its
forces any deeper into Sinai, that
option would he denied, and Is-
rael would have to strike fir.-t
at any sign of Egyptian massing
east of the canal.
mi explained that the
nt alignment of forces is
along a 100-mile front. If Israel
withdraws beyond the Mitle and
Gi.li Passes, given the configura-
tion of the Sinai Peninsula, the
front would broaden to 200 miles.
Sharen caid, thinning out Israel's
forces and creating serious logis-
tics problems.
THE LIKUD leader empha-
sized that he was not opposi I
in principle to further Israeli
pullbacks in Sinai within the
framework of a pea i b
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ind that Israel r< t>
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M '; re sard to the oil I i
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SHARON WAS pessimistic
o\er the chances of a pel
ment with Syria. On the West
Bank, he said, the issue wa
whom Israel negotiated with
whether the PLO or any other
faction -but the subject of
<>ns.
In bii view, control of the
West Bank i< not open to
>na with anyone, but the po-
litical future of its inhabitants
could be a subject of discussion.

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UNESCO Politicking Clamps
Further (7.8. Assistance
WASHINGTON (JTA)
The Senate without llasent rul-
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porl i" UNESCO until ii re-
store* tarael to the rightl i]
place in it and then BUtl
a foreign aiil program to cost
no mere than $2.67 billion for
the fiscal year that end
June 30.
The measure, adopted by 18-
45, includea 9438 million in tco-
nomic and military granU and
$200 million in military credits
for Israel, while allowing $250
million i" '
Egypt; 8243 million in economic
lid I in, and
million in I'L.'i slated for
Syria.
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For Capucci
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last August
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with aims.
As hi was led a
0 iui '. aftei sentencing i e smil<
ana waved al sevi i ten
priests, nuns an I othe su| ; ort-
ers who i couitroom,
w. |l infi irees told the
Jewish Ti le i I ic A m > that
the govi..... had no intention
01 deporting Capucci an I I ten I-
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his Sinai command short!)
the outbreak of the i*om Klppur
War on Oct. 6, 1973^
Gonen contended that infor-
mation contained in a diarj or
loglKmk of a division commanded
bj Gea Avraham Adan coul I
clear his name, but that the
diary submitted to the Agranat
mittee waa a forgery writ-
ten after the war.
He also alleRed that erasures
were made on tapes of commu-
nications recorded on Oct. 8.
1973. a crucial day when Israeli
forces attempted to counter-at-
tack the advancing Egyptians.
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I S n. lifford
(R., Mi after UNESCO
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Mum it- activities on allegations
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The UNESCO director sen-
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The show is syndicated to Israeli t> levision.
KKSTEX, who was in Hawaii to promote ally/a among the
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how he learned the actor i- Jewish.
He said he obtained Lord's unlisted phone number and
would call him next time he Is in Hawaii to give the message
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Kesten said that he ha l a I Iressed American Jewish service-
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pOR OVER 26 years, Israel has been com-
pelled to live in a state of emergency. Dur-
ing that time, American Jews, according to
Daniel Klazar. "lost faith in God and Torah"
and began to "apotheosize the State of Israel."
Norman Lamm termed this "Israelolatry."
Charles S. Liebman wrote that, for American
Jews. Israel had become tiie surrogate for Ju-
daism. For many, the purchase "I Israel Bonds
or donations to the United Jewish Appeal is the
equhaltnl of the observance of a religious
ritual.
TIIK FOREGOING comments and qu tes
are drawn from material included in the bonk
"The Yom Kippur War: Israel and the Jewish
People," edited by Moshe Davis (New York,
A; in Press and He:, I Pl( SS, $1 \ 367
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l-' ael in I thi Israel is and
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wish
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ILT1IOI .1J HAM
a few an excellent A q estion
eaps to
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it irity of man; Jews, the book will '>
a pai box. If, h pefully, we an iffi-
to discuss without Mind e
wd the boi k will
eded
The i n his "Reflections" notes th I
i nol constitute enduring
identification" and that we cannot "ignore the
(valence between crisis and after-crisis."
"When Israeli blood flows, all become emo-
tionally involved. When the How of blood St
our interest abatis considerably."
VISITORS TO Israel see the technological,
material and agricultural advances made. A
few see some of the seamy aspects, but these
are rarely mentioned on their return for fear
that Jew- could nut accept the truth and con-
tinue financial aid to Israel. Norman Lamm
writes. "Like all objects of faith, Israel has
been exalted beyond criticism."
It is time to rethink, though not necessarily
to take issue with, the stress on the Hebrew
iage in afternoon schools. There must be
a revaluation of priorities in these schools and
decisions in such areas as whether learning to
be a Jew rather than learning about Judaism
must precede learning Hebrew.
In the limited time alloted to Jewish learn-
ing, priorities and goals must be realistic and
le baaed on commitment. Another question re-
quiring reflection Is whether the curriculum of
the schools is too-Israel oriented, es]>ecially
when focused almost entirely on the history of
Israel since 1948.
WHILE DAVIS recalls that "mitzvot yishuv
Kretz Yisrael" is a historic function of Diaspora
communities, there is a counter-vailing "mitzvah
binyan ha-aretz," the upbuilding of the Land.
However, upbuilding meaas a Torah-orient-
ed land, not merely another materialistic state
with a roseate hue of socialism.
Even this view is tarnished by politicians
who place political power above Jewish social-
ist ideology and rabbis who refuse to make
Judaism viable. Israel has erred in sending its
army generals to the U.S. as fund raisers.
In answer to my protest that the repeated
presence of military heroes was not consistent
with "shalom" which we extol to the Christians,
J was told that American Jewry welcomed the
image supported by the appearance of the gen-
erals and that it was a successful fund-raising
technique.
THE TEM'Ol'S relationship between Israel
and the Diaspora is revealed in the failure of
aliyah. Mordecai Waxman writes, "In default
of a new approach to aliyah, the Yom Kippur
War ]- more likely to discourage immigration
than to encourage it."
Time has proven that Israelis from Ben-
n to the "shelichim" sent to America never
real.'y understood American Jewry. Their
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nitioi is not
for Israi n spon-
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to take i- ': cannot exist without
support of the U.S.A pora Jewry.
this DOES not mean that Israel should
apply fot -. n to 'he IS. as the 51st
-Lite as was advocated by a rabbi, or that
lia must seek permission of the Dia-
; : their actions.
It does mean that Israeli diplomats and edu-
cators should n allze that the majority of the
DiasiKca do not intend to make aliyah and that
they desire to rt main as citizens of the countries
when they reside.
Instead of steering the attention of stu-
dents awaj from the histories ol their natiso
lands and that of the Jews who piece-led them
in these lands, they should encourage pride in
the local heiitape as well as in religious ritual
and practice.
only tiikoi <;h the ei nt of
the acquisition of such knowledge cat!
youth and following gen ratii ns undi tand the
i.' ed for the Support for Israel.
It Jewish education i> shallow an 1 re.i-
DON WR'GHT in Miami News
: i le in
tu-
tor 1
thai Isra n >t
1 .lew : \ or
. .rce even 1
stn n th to je/.ish life i very-
wh
i It might bi le to writ "to
,-es oi Jews" rather than to lfe."l
it is ti.i- strength that must be harnessed for
and not solely foi 1st >< I,
W. fear that as Israel ha.- become a BUT-
: ,i daism in the Diaspora, Israeli na-
tions become, for many Israelis, the
surrogate for Judaism.
THE BOOK is a difficult one to evaluate
beca ise of the unevei neu ol many ol the con-
tributions. Kla/ar's statistical overview of Amer-
ican Jewry's war efforts is excellent. One ques-
tions his hope that we are reversing I. I.. Gor-
don*! non. "Be Everyman in the street
and a Jew at home."
Wi recall Borowitz's statement thai Amer-
'. ..: i becomin -. Jew -
in the streel but non-practicin ne.
"The Yom Kippur Wa: Jew
t< .11 raising our cultural level and
e in proper perspective t: i stale, cliched
n to
.- pport Israel.
LEO MINDLLN
Story About Roger Tomroz
Continued from Page 4A
their petrobillions here. But
then, mean little things that we
are, we just wouldn't let Lock-
heed fall into their hands.
A more significant part of the
answer can be understood by
the fact that in October, 1973,
just before the oilionaires came
into their own, the monetary re-
sources of the 10 leading oil pro-
ducers totaled $12.8 billion.
By last June, that figure more
than doubled to $29.6 billion.
PROVIDING THERE is no
break in the current Ar glehold on the industrialized na-
tions and, despite the advancing
recession, that these nations
can continue to consume oil at
the same high level and same
high cost, by 1980 the total for
the 13 members of the Organiza-
tion of Petroleum F.'xporting
Count! ie- (( >PEC) will be $650
billion.
And there is a projected $1.2
trillion by 1985, or as experts at
the Institute of H man Rela-
tions due of all
the goods and services produced
in the United States last yea:.
So much centralization of fi-
nancial clout in so short a time
constitutes a clear danger, po-
litical as well as economic.
Just peruse the following:
In June of this year. Saudi
Arabia, operating in Tokyo, cor-
nered $35 million in Nippon Tel-
egraph and Telephone Corp.
bonds;
In July. Iran acquired a 25
!>ercent interest in Friedrich
Krupp Huettenwerke. the Steel-
prodUClng unit of the Krupp
Complex in West Germany;
In August, the Shah of Iran
managed a $75 million loan to
the financially troubled U.S.
Grumman Corp. through his
Hank Melli Iran in conjunction
with $200 million in additional
fund.- fronted through nine
American banks the Lockheed
paradi x was at leasl In part
at Grumman, when
rejected a l
imman
plea for a S100 million Navy
loan but approved" the Iranian
loan by pretending to know-
nothing about it;
Also in August. Abu Dhabi
bought a +4 percent slice ($86
millioni of the huge Commercial
Union Assurance Co. enterprise
in London,
In September. Kuwait bid
DM million for 100 percent of
the shares of the St. Martin's
Property Corp. holdings in Lon-
don. Paris, Brussels and Aus-
tralia;
Also in September, Saudi
Arabia ordered "several billion
dollars worth" of spedal c.S.
Treasury Bonds (specific amount
unstlpulated by the Fed. ra] Re-
serve Boa nil;
Late last month, West Ger-
many was stunned by the sur-
prise announcement of the sale
of M.6 percent of Daimler-Benz
stock to "an unidentified Middle
Continued on Following Page
Friday. December 13. 1974 KJmfeftIkritftor Page
10 A


Way, December 13, 1974
LEO MINDLIN
^Jenisf FkriJIan
Page 11-A
Story About Roger Tamraz
Is Not Yet Reported
[Continued from PnaedfcBg I'uge
ast oil-producing nation" "rep-
feented by the Com] agnie
|rabe Et Internationale ui Lux-
nbourg.
XHE8B AJUE kin
kii ea coming at
Ite <>f speed and representing
Hit a fraction of the Arab pur-
I Ihe ; ast il :-mo ith
Heri.id made with the new oil
Hillii'iis they have been pu
K-i>>!i the dying ca ij the
b lustrial it.
They make statements by
neasury Secretary William Si-
Bri'iii that the petrodollai
us overrated a sheer absurdity.
I And Chase Manhattan chief
vainl Rockefeller's assertion
Hthat "tha Aral) nations are con-
trvative, responsible investor-"
jrell aware that "it's clearly not
their best interest to create
lavoc" particularly offensive
phen one considers his own
inking and oil fortune;.
The Aral) nation* may lie fis-
illy conservative and responsi-
He all right, but to WHt >M?
PERHAPS THE key to an un-
derstanding of the Arab ambi-
Iti'ins in the i ibric ol western in-
lustry is ihe aforementioi I
PTamraz, a Lebanese who until
Recently represented Kidder,
pPealx!y In Beirut.
When a Beirut hank broke the
htorj at the end of N'oveml
detailing thi HOC I id for
I nti L k-
s. it was Tamil, u h
irs ; at"
that the Arab bid hmi been turn-
ed down.
Jim rloagland, in a Washing-
ton Post Se oit, docu-
ments Ta Hai
ated Leba ese invest
banker who heads the First \
Wan Corp. in t,' as if his
being Harva
him more ret
ACCORDING TO H
ii is Tamraz "who i-
had handled is. aircraft sales
to the Middle East."
It is Tamraz who "arranged
financing foi th Sumed
line."
It Is Tami az wh > quit Kidder.
i ly to head the First Ara-
bian Corp., "which ha- substan-
tial Arab oil backing."
It is Tamraz who offered a
IiledKe in th" Lockheed deal
"that the Arab Investors would
in no way obstruct decisions by
Lockheed's board of directors"
despite theii controlling interest.
and that they "would give Lock-
heed ij .i, choosing the
board memtx rs i" be
from the Arab side "
in siioirr. as
te it id the Washington
Post Service distributed I e
felt hurt by the
I limself and his
I estort tuse
then
|1 i -
;<> show Ai
. in."
While i ntr i il;.
mind all along when we invited
the Arab petrobillions here, was
elective investment, that is to
say, investment predicated on
our own determination where
the-.' investments could and
would be made.
As Federal Board
Chairman Arthur Burns put it.
in Quaker Oats, perhaps, but
linly not in "our strategic
entei prises or Ind isti les."
Well, Tamraz wasn't
stand for that.
AND so. v hat Hi aglan I loes
not report in his Washington
Post story ;- a statement about
Tamraz in the April Issue of
Fortune Magazine:
"There Is no reason." Tai
Is quoted, 'why we "the Arabs)
should not control U.S. compa-
nies. We can hire tl best law-
yers, the best public relations
people, the best accountants. I
we should make a ma
takeover in the (UnitedI States
as a matter of principle."
Adds Fortune: "The number of
Arabs who think as Tamraz does
promises to grow."
that FACT becomes increas-
ingly apparent ev< n as many
officials in Washington remain
immured to it.
i- example, according to
1 and. Treasury Secretary
Simon, the man who believe- the
i r of the | i is over-
rated, "knew nothing ab it the
Lockheed deal."
Well, fortunatel; e did,
and stopped It.
Bul the atn wake
Tam-
not the iundi cre-
ated by th blic rela-
e .
Israeli Claim to Land
Is Absolute in Bible
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Israel has but one claim to the
land of Israel, and that claim is
established in our Bible. Urai
must proclaim this to the world.
Even the United Nation's de-
c sit n to partition Palestine will
not be enough to establish Is
rael's claim to her land.
THE UNITED Nations
now to liquidate Israel
and to dispossess hi r of the land.
So in turn, the only valid claim
has to the land is the
Biblical c'aim, and that claim
musl be put forward
Bath the Christians and M it
lems hold the 011 Testament to
be -acred and valid
The Christians claim that th i
Old Testament foretells of the
coming of Jesus. The Moslems
claim to be descendants of
Abraham according to the
in the Hebrew BibK They say
they arc descendants of Abra-
ham's son. Ishmael. This is why
they hold the grave of Abraham
to be sacred to them, since Abra-
ham was their forefather.
Because the Old Testament is
valid and sacred to the Christians
and th M isl tms, they mil I
admit that it is authentic and
valid a- far as Israel is con-
cerned.
ACCORDING TO the Heb
Bible, the land of Israel was
bj G l to I rael as an
lasting inh i
\: i Isaac and
b. and to Mi an I ill the
A
The B tso ays that tr,
. will no
T ......"1
!
our n
READERS I
WRITE
"Let Thy Words Be Brier
K iheUth (Eee\ttia$te$)
reckoned from Ishmael. but from
i Gen. 21:12) This means
that the nts of Ishmael
will have no claim to the land
of Israel (Pale-tine), but only
the descendants of Abraham,
Isaac and Jacob, and the Bible
made this clear.
The Arabs have no historic
claim to the land of Israel (Pales-
tine', but only Israel has historic
claim to the land, and both the
Christians and Moslems must
r. CO ni/e that claim.
WHEN ENGLAND hi the
mandate over Pah Cine, she had
to sever Jordan from
Isra >1, for it was an integral part
i Palestine, or the land of Is-
rael.
Israi the land must
all people the
over who ; the Bible
vord f G
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Jen1st noricftor
Friday, December 13, 1974
i!
Israeli Experts Boy eott UNESCO Meeting
By EDWIN ETTAS
PARIS (JTA) Israeli
experts boycotted the opening
session of a United Nations Edu-
cational Conference Dee. 3 in
",'i test over UNESCO's reeent
anti-Israel resolution!
It was the first opportunity
for Israel to show its disapprov-
al of the UNESCO actions bar-
ring it from the agency's re-
gional grouping, condemning the
archaeological diggings in jeru-
sa.em ami voting aid to the
PLO.
"i DON'T think we're e i
to do anything much more with
UNESCO," one Israeli delegate
said. He added that most of the
agency's work "as done in the
re lonal conferences and there
we're no longer wanted "
Also this week, scientists
scl luted take part in a
UNESCO chemistry symposium
failed to shew up. Three of them
issued pui.lie statements con-
demning UNESCO's decisions
a ;alnst Israel.
Son < UNESCO officials here
privatci. I v PSSOd con-
, -,n al the increasing politl a-
tion ol the International o
i/ation.
IN A related action, the upper
house f the Swiss Parliament
voted 29*3 to decrease Switzer-
land's contribution to UNESCO
by Ifl i- i rent.
The Council of States (Stan-
deratl accepted the proposal
after number "f speakers rose
to denounce UNESCO for its
anti-Israel decisions. The pro-
posal was sponsored by the So-
cial Democrats.
Waning Israeli Influence in Europe is Hard Fact
wins fjTAi n
ope surp i world p
ion and ofte I c\ its
Arab resol th< l"i
M .'inns General As emblj i i I
'NES< 'O coi In P ir-
best, ai.-i tine I.
ly Holland. Denn
B itain oci asionaily ast a m a-
live vote on one of the Arab in 1
i ommunist backed resolutions,
usually on paragraphs of minor
ortance.
WESTERN EUROPE seems to
be loosening its traditional links
with Israel. Originally, West
European support for the Jewish
state stemmed from two factors:
a deep guilt feeling lor the
million Jews wno died In the in-
ferno of Nazi-occupied Europe,
and the beliei that Israel is the
c tpost of Western civilization
and democracy on the shores of
the Middle East
Eaced with growing economic
pressures, oil shortages and the
accumulated mas-; ol Ai ib dol-
- these link- havi
. any Europeans feel, esi
en i ol the nera-
n, thai a enl
Imes of their I
lUgh.
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evei torn asundei by iis own in-
ternational complications. Three
countries are backing practically
to the hilt the Arab si le:
France, Italy and Ireland. Thre.
others, Wesl Germany, Holland
and Britain, feel, on the Other
hand, that Western Europe has
not finished repaying its debt to
Israel and the Jews.
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tiies whirl] baek Israel are those
in which public Opinion shows
interest in foreign affairs and
expresses it1- sentiments.
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Idle East was fought between
France and Germany. The lead-
i rs of I oth states, Helmut
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mbly. The I uropean
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only if an additional paragraph
was inserted recalling Israel's
inherent rights, when the Arabs
refused, the nine abstained.
At the UNESCO conference,
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,i the nine, Por-
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in ease of war.
IT WILL be a long and ar-
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fight for Israel, to regain part
hi its former influence In Eu-
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To a considerable degree this
Will depend not on Israel's ef-
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+Jewistrhridton
Page 15-A
rgentine Chiefs at Anti-Semitic Meeting
4
YORK(JTA) The
sional President of the
Mine Senate, who assumes
[country's presidency dar-
fie absence of Maria Estc!a
Ktimv d" Peron. was one of
jfce Senators who attended a
Bent Buenos Aires meeting of
Bight win:', anti-Semitic group
lien the crowd chanted
to the gallows."
fording to a report pre-
by Rabbi Morton M.
hthal. director of the Latin
pcan Affairs Department
Anti-Defamation League
>'nai B'rith, Provisional
lent Jose Antonio Allende
Be of the three legislators
it at the meeting held in
fnos Aires theater and
jred by Alianza I.ibert..-
(acionalista iA1.Ni
OTHER two were Sen-
Juan Carlos CorncjO Li-
notorious for his anti-
st and anti-Semitic affilia-
who was one of the main
Ir-s; and titan C Beni.
Rev. Raul Sanchez Abe-
dean of the Pacultj of
sorhy at the University of
i- Aires, was also present
Jewish community's eon
w.is also i xpressed in a
bag b'. a DAIA d
Presid ml Per m dut i ,
bh a co] f DAIA's "Peron
the Jewish P
IninL' Juan Peron's
|temi'M'- oil -rael
present d to 1 wid >w.
j-ab Youths
Cite Talk
By Brown
Hl'F.NOS AIRES JTA \n
HVb youth group cited ar.ti
^Hel remarks made \ Gen.
?ri_'e S. Brown, chairman of
I S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, in
advertisement that appeared
in the mass circulation
'Clarin*' commending the
entine government for voting
UN' General Assembly to
^gnize Yasir Arafat's PL*).
Be ad, sponsored by the Ar
line Arab Youth for the Lib
(ion of Palestine, gave res
"Why Argentina and the
pd support Palestine."
IE TEXT stated, in part:
|e IN has not been alone in
lemnation of Israel or recog-
ng the Palestinian poo i
ht- since, from Pow Paul vi
PliloBophers Ai *'' i T
Bertrand kusse I, people
i have condemned au^i.'ssion,
^Tttve 'voted' against Israel and
for Palestine."
" The ad then refer.'.) to
VsrdN of (ien. George Kr>wn.
head of the American General
L fltaft (sic), about Zionist infiltra
tlon in America."
BThe ad claimed that the UN
|TjtMPi:nizcd that it made a mis-
| take when it voted in favor of
the establishment of Israel
**We .i-k public opinion to re
member that Israel is not onlj
the child of Haganah, Irgun ;,n'1
^Hrrn terrorists, bin U'daj ex< rts
Hnicinl terrorism tha
Muii.m imputation ol
.lid
THE PRESIDENT told the
Jewish leaders that her hus-
band often praised the DA1A,
the representative body of Ar-
gentine Jewry. She reaffirmed
the principles that guided his
government and repudiated any
attempts to u.e religion- hatred
to divide the Argentine family.
The AL\ neeting which
sparked the latest consternation
among Argentine Jews was
called by the extremist group
to celebrate a new law permit-
ting the return of the remains
of its hero. Juan Manuel Rosas,
from England.
ALN first came into promi-
nence as an anti-Semitic organi-
zation in 1944. when about 300
of it* membenj me-ched toward
the Buenos Aires Jewish quar-
ter chanting. "Death to the
Jews."
DISBANDED by government
order shortly after the ouster
of Juan Peron in 1SJ55, the
group was reorganized last year
when its leader. Juan 'jueralto,
returned from his exile in Para
guay.
Rabbi Rosenthal noted that
Sen. Allende'a only explanation
of his presence at the meeting
was that he was invited by Sen.
Linares, a knoun Jew-hater.
His statement, however,
claimed that the shouts re-
ported in the Dress had not oc-
curred while he was in the
theater.
OUTRAGED BY the out-
bursts and the presence of
the high-level officials. DAIA
warned Interior Minister Alber-
to Rocamaro that such anti-
Jewlsh activity his historically
;i prelude to an attack on
a country's democratic institu-
tions.
DAIA called upon the Min-
ister to condemn the action and
take measures to prevent its
repetition. In his response,
Rocamora repudiated all acts
which incite hatred, saying
"every manifestation of anti-
Semitism is an act of barbarism
which is an attack on Argentine
unity."
Hey, What About Florida?
NEW YORK Castle and Cooke are importing citrus
(mandarini oranges from Morocco.
Angry merchants here, already feeling the severe economic
cruch, said this week thai "the U.S. doesn'1 need oranges from
any foreign country.
"But to import from Morocco, at n time when the Arabs
are leading the world aroun.l by the nose. i> unbelievable."
Castle and Cook* is the company that produces Bumble
Itee Tuna and Salmon, Dole Pineapple products and bananas,
Royal Hawaiian Macademia Nuts, and other such food items.
Oranges are a favorite Ameiican fruit, New York merchants
are Baying, "but there'- always Florida ami California."
PLANNING
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BOW WONDERFUL
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let me quote you r^tes. Also
beat moving & long dista*":*
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eJewislti Floridian
Miami. Florida Friday, December 13, 1974
Section B
jv Egypt Must Agree to Peace,
Hausner Tells Bonds Fete Here
\
With the arrival in Washing-
ton Sunday of Israels Foreign
Minister Yigal Allon. reports
spread of a new flexibility on
more military withdrawals in the
Sinai.
Simultaneously on Miami
Beach, Israeli Minister Gideon
Hausner told reporters that al-
though some progress in nego-
tiations with Egypt is long over-
due, "we don't have any definite
ideas about lines and borders "
IN ORDER for Egypt to ex-
pect Israel to withdraw from the
Sinai Desert, he said. Egypt must
*e prepared to make political
concessions. "What we'd like to
know is whether Egypt is pre-
pared to hammer out an agree-
ment."
Hausner, Minister without Port-
folio, was in Miami Sunday to
address the Temple Eraanu-El
Israel Dinner of State.
Dr. Irving Lehrman presented
the State of Israel Masada Award
to Dr. and Mrs Sherman R. Kap-
lan at the Israel Bonds dinner at
th" Fontainebleau.
ON THE subject of Arab ter-
rorists, Hausner referred to them
as a band of "killersMurder,
Incorporated."
As Israel's Attorney General
in the early 1960's, Hausner was
chief presecutor in the war
crimes trial of Adolph Eichmann,
and drew a parallel in dealing
with terrorists "as if we were
dealing with Hitler."
"There are more ways than one
to wage war against Israel,"
Hausner said, adding. "That is
exactly what the Arabs are do-
ing, waging war on Israel with-
out arms."
He declared that the Palestine
Liberation Organization thrives
on terrorism. "That is the es-
sence of their activity," Hausner
added, quoting PLO leader Yasir
Arafat's statement that "they
hold an olive branch in one hand,
a gun in another."
Farband Tribute on Beach
To Honor Morris Newmarks
Israeli Minister Gideon Hausner at Miami Beach news con-
ference Sunday. Right is Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual lead-
er of Temple Emanu-El.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Newmark,
who were honored "for their de-
votion and contribution to the
welfare of Israel" at a Jewish
National Fund of America board
meeting Dec. 5. will also be
singled out for honorary cita-
tions at the installation luncheon
of the Chaim Weizmann Branch
of Farband.
The Farband function will be
at noon. Dec 22, at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
"THE NEWMARKS* devotion
to Israel is legendary." said Moo
Levin, president of the Chaim
Weizmann Branch, in announc-
ing the special honors to be ac-
corded the couple.
"In the past ten years, they
have established 10 Kupat Holim
clinics in Israel." Levin observed.
"for an average of one clinic a
year."
In addition, "they have built
two synagogues and contributed
to the training of immigrant
youths in the Amal schools of
Histadrut." he said.
Some 500 persons are expected
at the event to pay tribute to the
Newmarks. which is expected to
be one of the most important
social events of the JNF season.
GUEST SPEAKER will be Dr.
Irving Lehrman, chairman of the
Foundation for the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, spiritual leader of
Temple Emanu-El of Miami
Beach, and immediate past presi-
dent of the Synagogue Council of
America.
Musical program will be pre-
sented by composer Shmuel
Fershko.
Abraham Grunhut To Serve As
Torah Luncheon Club Chairman
Miami B?ach communal leader
Abraham A. Grunhu* has been
named chairman of the Torah
Luncheon Club of Temple
Emanu-El, it was announced
Wednesday by Judge Herbert S.
Shapiro, president, and Samuel
N. Friedland. chairman of the
board of the Miami Beach syna-
gogue.
Dr. Irving Lehrman will lead
a special class in Torah on alter-
nate Tuesdays at the Shelborne
Hotel in Miami Beach for the
14th consecutive year. Grunhut
said.
He said the class is an inten-
sive course, utilizing texts and
commentaries, but is conducted
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Annual Art Auction Saturday
At Beth Torah Congregation
Serving on the committee with
Mrs. Martin are Mrs. Nat Siesser,
president: Mrs. Stanley Caidin.
ways and means vice president:
Mrs. Marshall Baltuch. Mrs
Joseph Golden. Mrs. Ben Kirs-
chenbaum. Mrs. Morton Reiss and
Mrs. Arthur Winton.
Re lervRtion may be made by
calling the synagogue office. Mrs.
Caidin, or Mrs. Siesser.
Tile Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood
is one of 800 Sisterhoods through-
out North and South America.
Mexico, Canada and Israel affili-
ated with Women's League for
Conservative Judaism, an organi-
tutii n dedicated to the perpetua-
tion of Conservative Judaism.
Mrs. Bernard Martin announc-
es the Annual Art Auction will
be presented by the Howard
Mann Galleries of Lambertville,
N.J.. for the benefit of the
Kahaner Sisterhood of
Beth Torah Congregation Satur-
day evening in the temple's so-
eial hall.
The preview will take p
fr m 7:30-8:30 p.m. followed by
the auction with an open bar and
-shmenti
Howard Mann Galleries has
conducted this auction for the
p ,- two years. The money raised
i- ii-;"d for the various activities
for the youth and all the various
irshios Sisterhood elves out
Campaign leaders from many of Greater Miami's most
prestigious high rise addresses met Wednesday, Dec. 4, to
plan their activities on behalf of the upcominq 1975 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund. Guest speak-
er for the occasion was Dr. Moshe Rivlin, (center) Director
General of the Jewish Agency for Israel, s.-en here with
CJA-IEF High Rise chairman Theodore Baumritter (left) and
one of his principal co-workers, Harry Barnett, CJA-IEF
cochairman of Westview Country Club.
ABRAHAM GKUNM1T
so that those with limited as well
as advanced knowledge of Juda-
i--m will both enjoy and profit
from it.
Grunhut, a vice president of
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association, is a veteran of
the British and Israel armies,
serving in the intelligence corps
for both nations.
A past president of the Great-
er Miami Zionist Organization of
America President* Council and
past president of the Miami
Beach Chapter of the American
A ciation for the United Na-
tions. Grunhut is chairman of
the advisorj l>. op I for the Senior
I r operat-
ed in Miami Bi i h by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and af-
filiated 5. ile is also active
for Israel Bonds and numerous
I-raeli universities.
Samuel Gertner Honored By
Mt. Sinai Board of Trustees
"Everyone here this evening is
present to pay tribute to our
guest of honor, and I think the
turn-out is indicative of the re-
spect afford this man." said Max
Tovitz, chairman of the board
f trustees of the Mount Sinai
Medical Center.
"Samuel Gertner has served
the medical center for 25 years
coming as the first hospital ad-
ministrator and now as execu-
tive vice president "
The occasion was hosted by
the board of trustees to salute a
man for a lift time of service to
the hospital and dedication to
community patient care.
Edward Shapiro, president of
and representing the board of
.tees, presented Mr. Gertner
ith a gift of appreciation, a trip
-r two around the world.
Participating in the program
in addition to Mr. Orovitz, chair-
man of the evening, and Mr.
Shapiro was Rabbi Leon KronLjh.
spiritual leader of the Temple
Beth Sholom, who presented the
tribute to Mr. Gertner.
Twenty five years ago. Miami
Beach was a young community
and we always traveled up North
when we needed medical atten-
tion. Mount Sinai was just begin-
ning in its infancy. Now 25 years
later, a man has given his best
to help to develop the best med-
ical care," said Rabbi Kronish.
"Mr. Gertner is unparalleled in
his dedication."
Jules Darsky, president of the
Mount Sinai Medical Center
Founders, gave Mr. Gertner a
Beuche-Girod 18 karat watch on
behalf of the Founders as a
demonstration of thanks for
Gertner's assistance.
Sharing the occasion, in addi-
tion to Rabbi and Mrs. Kronish
were Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Far-
ber, executive treasurer of Mount
Sinai; Jack Monoham, executive
vice president of the Florida
Hospital Association: Art Fore-
hand. Chief of the Bureau of
Community Medical Facilities,
Department of Health and Re-
habilitative Services for the
State of Florida; Ivan Harrah.
executive director of the South
Florida Hospital Association. Mr
ami Mrs. Edward Shapiro, presi-
dent of Mount Sinai Medical
Center and Mr and Mrs. Alvin
Goldberg, executive director of
the medical center
Also attending were Dr. and
Mrs. Everett Shocket, president
of the Medical Staff, top Mount
Sinai hospital administrators and
personal friends of the Gertaers.
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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gertner hold the globe presented them
by the Trustees of Mount Sinai Medical Center representing
a trip around the world they were given at the event in
Mr. Gertner's honor held at the Gigi Room of the Fontaine-
bleau, Dec. 4. _J


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Religious Services
MIAMI
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA.
TION. 995 SW 67th Aye. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
KNESETH ISRAEL. T*;5 Euclid Awt.
Orthodox. Rabbi Oavid Lehrfiald.
Cantor Abraham Self. 27
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
2
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St.
Conservative Rai>o> Mayer Abram.
ow.tz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert M. Baumgard. Associate Rabbi
Barry Altman. 3
NER TAMID (Temple). 79th St. and
Carlyle Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Edward
Klein. 29
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William Lipson. 4-A
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas A. Weber,
man. 30
BETH DAVID SOUTH. 7500 SW
I20tn St. Conservative. Rabbi Sol
Landau Cantor William Lipson. 4-B
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Saai Nahnnas. 31
CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1542
44 Washington Ave. 32
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Leon Segal. Rev. Alex
btaltl. r>ev Manual GMiterman. 6
Chanukah
ivllh the '
m Qui ti -! ak> i Di Math n K
Siit-ctor, honon lenl and true-
i I.lii. : "If I
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER 1720. 79th St Causeway.
North Bay Village. Conservative.
Cantor Murray Yavneh 32-A
BETH TOV (Tempiei. 6438 SW Pth
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles Ru-
hl 8
fY|d 5:1 p.m >'-' hi Pi
denl Kitt) P skn eui ill
S ... u ii.
|.p.iKU< In con-
i. \. Vork'e Com
i. nor-

AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARD
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Mordecai Chaimo-
vits. 32-B
NORTH MIAMI BtACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TempIeK 1021
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conservative.
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. C.-.ntor Ian
Alpern. 33
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Rei.gious Ccmmun ty Center. 19256
NE 3rd Ave. Orthodox. JS-A
B'NAI ISRAFL AND GREATER
MIAMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE. 9600
Sunset Drive. Ort'iodox. Rabbi Ralph
G ixman. 8-A
CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION
OF KENDALE LAKES SW 107th
Av at Kendall Dr. Rabbi Maxwell
Berger. 9
ISRAEL (Temrlei OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot 10
rm '. P
i itod I llon'i !' Ii< vi In."
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami BeTh
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Mix L.p-
schiti. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson.
34
I *:! Din '.' .....' serv-
. foi Hebrew School ttudi
iinea 81 I
8
.
B'NAI RAPHAr..-. *4ri N#V IRSwl St.
Conservative. Rabbi Victor D. Zwel-
ing. Cantv.- Jaru Lerner. 36
ISRAELITE CENTER 1175 SW 25th
st Conservative. Rabbi Solomon
-noerg. Cantor Nathan Parnass
11
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11, i Mm Ii th<
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bbat to
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f the W
OR OLOM (Temple1 8755 SW 16h
St Conrvat v- Rabbi David M
Baron. Cantor S'anley Rich. 13
SINAI iTmp!ei OF NORTH DADE.
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. R !
Ralph P. Kmgsley. Cantor lrv-rq
Shulkes. 37
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE H1S1 NE
:9Ih Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov
Bidnick. 38
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml.
AMI 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Zev L'f 39
CORAL GAMS
TFMPLE ISRAFL SOUTH (Formerly
Be'h T kvai 9025 Sunset Dr. Reform.
Raabi Joseph R Narot. 13-A
1 i ir Hum by H
by Rabbi
i I and
TiFERETH ISRAEL (Temple). 6*00
N. Miami Av Conservative. Cantor
Seymcur Hinkes
JLDEA (Temple). 5553 Granada Blvd.
Reform Rabbi M'cr-ael B Eisen.
stat. Cartor Rita Shore 40
Prldaj 1.1 p m
i :iinl Bar MltlA ah Of
son .I Mr and Mm Mum
Kinu Bui 'i i\ S in i' 11
\:th of Jeffrey, aoti ol Mr and Mra
I Locku
Z'ON (Temple). 8000 M.'ler Rd Con-
servative Rabbi Norman Shapiro
Cantor Errol He-'man. 16
ii m Pnneeeratlnr of
v itudentr raaalr by both Junior
Senior choir*. Inotadlns Chanukah
actions Saturday I n in Sermon:
Sadrah of the Week Hnr Mttavah
of Mark, son of Mr and Mr- Michael
i 'am
HI Alt AH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
*th Ave Conservative. RabM
Nathan Zolondek 15
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Avi.
Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein.
41
in Ortainal dramatlaa-
tlon by KhIiIu Maun.. Klein entitled
The Laving Ifenorsh" "Candlaa
Talk Caat Includes N'elclda Chakoff.
Cuth Yanks. Miriam Millnia:i SlurW-v
Sweenev. r>. rln S. heer. On* Irnif.
i"-ieiie Reiner. Millie Qrand and Huih
shuman Barv^cea loDowed by (*hu-
nukah snreail in Harris Hall.
Mm
MOGAN OAVID CONGREGATION.
9348 Hardinn Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. M
f0T LAUOCROALf
BETH ISRAEL (Temple) 7100 W.
Oak'and Park Blvd Rahbi Philip A
Labowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
N0J.TH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
Z9ti NE 121st St. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel. Cant"'
Yehudj B.nyamin 35
EMANU-EL. 3243 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Rt-'orm. Rabbi Arthur J
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
MIAMI ttACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL 7801 Carlvle Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Sheldon N Ever 17
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. Reform 3501 Univer.
sity Dr. Rabb' Max Weitz 44
I'* daj B m Shabb l evening eery*
iaiurdM] I in Mornifut svor-
I d services
B"u fi_ 2400 Pme Tree Or
Orthodox. 5
BETH ISRAEL 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
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BETH JACOB 30' Washington Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maunce Mamche*
19
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 9i0
NW 57!h St Conservative Rhhi
Milton J. Grot*. 44.A
FOMfANO BtACH
MARGATE JEWISH CKNTER '(r>
NW 9th St. 44.B
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef-
ferson Ave. Cosr>ea'v *,
Elliot Winograd. Cantor Saul Bre-
BETH SHOLOM (Temple) 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal Rabbi Leon Kromsh.
Cantor David C*"v'aae, 21
TEMPLE BETH SOLOMON. 1031
Lincoln Rd. Modern Conservative
Rabbi David Raab. Cantor Morde-
cai Yardeie 21.A
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE-
GATION. 843 M*eMls)*l Ave. 22-A
SHOLOM (Temple). 112 Sli 11th Ave,
Conservative. Rahbi Morns A. Skoo.
Cantor Yaacov Renzer. 46
HALLANDAll
HALLANOALE JFWIW r-SrsjT-eB!
(Conservative). 4i NE Sth Ava.
Rabbi Harry E. Mhwsrd Cento.
Jacob Danziger. 17
Kriilav I i> m S."-m<>'i '<'hanu1''1*'
Maaaaite to tli<- Modern -I- MHv
I'nhers:. nast ur-sident of the Hal-
iandale Chapter ll'nal B'rith VV..m ^
lll also deB.nl,.- BBW aims and
aehlevementi< < )nea Shahbat marks
holiday of Chanukah 8aturd.1v I (
a.m.. Sermon: "'We Shall Overcome."
HOLLf WOOD
BETH EL (Temple). 1561 S 14th Ave.
Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Assist-
ant Raibbi Harvey M Roaenfeid 46
Fridav. S: 15 p m Annual Chanukah
antatu and randleliehtinjc cereaai
"I^et There Be IJg-ht "
B'NAI ZION (Temple). 2O0-178th St.
Miami Beach. Rabbi Dr. Abraham
I. Jacobaon 22-E
BETH SHALOM Temple) 4601 Ar.
thur St Conservative. Rj't Mir.
ton Malaveky. Cantor Irving Ooio. 46
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 WaahiPO'on A-- OrthoU'
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conseative Rabbi Davd Shaoiro
Aeaocia e Rabbi. Chaim S Listfield
Cantor Yehuda L Heilbraun. 4'
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION 715 Washington Ave.
Rabbi Meir Masliah Melamed. 23-A
EMANU-EL (Temple) 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pine Tree
n- Orthodox. Rabb. A^xander S
Groaa. 25
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 15W Waehinaten Ave
--------------
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Enoel. 2*
TEMPLE BETH AHM Conservative
310 SW 62n1 Ave Hollywood. Rabbi
Chevid Rosenfield 47. B
TEMPLE SCI tL (Lioeral). 5101 Sher
ida- St.. Hoi ywood Rabbi Robert
Frazin. 47-C
YOUNG ISRAEL Of HOLLYWOOD
(Orthodox) 38 C Stirling Rd. 53
MiRAMAR
ISRAEL (Templi). S920 SW 35th St
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Diaz n
Canter Abraham Keater 44
HOMfSTfAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER
1(3 NE tth St. Conservative 1
Topf Seeking V.S. Experts
To Aid Israeli Industries
Sam Topf. president of Jordan
Industries, a hardware firm lo-
cated at 8030 MTV 75th St.. is the
founder and chairman of an in-
dustrial development pro
which aid> Israeli industry by
providing V S. consultants with
experience in the field.
Consultant! for Israeli Indus-
tries. Inc.. serves u a clearing
Niu-e. :n.r. !i::i^ needs with abil'
ties, and is seeking expeii
man., fields ho would be willing
to act as unpaid consultants I i
an Israeli kibbuts or moshav.
(srael's main prob'em. as Topf
-((- it, is the Deed to produce
:;' ire per man hour than they
do now. Teaching then how is
the ,iob of the experts whose
hel| i i. "Ai lon't
have to be Jewish to I in." he
laughs.
The ol i books
on industrial engineering, the
Miami-has.il industrialist first
saw Israeli factories two years
ie \ iajfte
as a is si ocked A-
v line techniques were
years Ix bind th ise of the Unite i
- s.i .;,. became a match-
of the half dozen consul! ints
living in Broward County. Topf
handpii ked ESd Matzner. presi-
dent of Masterset Brushes, as
match for Kibbutz Ruhuma,
where the brush fa I rj was m
ble
Mattner paid his o i
fan and spent two weeks ironing
| he
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Pictured in Hong Kong, where they were
preparing to visit the People's Republic of
China as participants in the Canton Trade
Fair of 1974 cm guests of the Chinese gov-
ernment are (from left to right1 Dr. Matthew
Bradley, James Weiss, Brian Sucher, Wil-
liam Sucher, his wife, Phyllis, and daugh-
ters Rhcnda and Anna.
Dr. Alvin Reines Continues
Greenfield Lecture Series
Dr Alvin Rein??, profes-or
philosophy at Hebrew Union Col-
lege in Cincinnati, will speak at
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
Sunday morning as the Green-
field Lecture Series continues.
Rabbi Reines. who will lecture
on "Divine Providence in the
irary World." brings a
h.^h y original and controversial
approach t ) Judaism which has
h i to the formation of a number
of new congregations organized
around his theories. He is a grad-
uate of the Hebrew Union Col-
lege and holds a doctorate from
Harvard University.
Florida Businessman Reports
On Speeial Mission To China
Sisterhood Program To Be
Presented by N.M.B. Police
Th" Sisterhood of Temp!"
Adath Yeshunin. 1025 NF Mia-v
Gardens fv ., i'l hold a general
meeting Wednesday at 8 00 p.m.
Th-- Nrtl Miami B"ach F
Department will oresent a pro-
gram on th protection of women
out alone at night, and Drotw.
tion against home burglary.
*
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CANDLEIIGHTING TIME !
29 KISLEV 5:10
William Sucher. president of
Century World Enterprises Inc.
who :- i resident of Bay Harbor
Islands, returned recently fro:"
an official visit to the People's
ibHc of Ciiina, where he was
invited by 'he Chine* i overn-
ment to partic : the Canton
Trade Fai:
Mr Sucher, the only business-
man in Florida to have partici-
pated in this special mission to
China, was personally conducted
by state officials on a tour of
cultural, business and civic at-
tractions on the Chinese main-
land
"I >aw the Chinese ag-ieul'ural
cemmunes where all farm Drod-
ucts ar- nationalised and w
to governmental distribution."
showed me th- heavy iodv
tpment of Cfc .,
el mill manufaeturm \
" ;,r,'i die ompaji

of ivorj .! and
wood carvii ,
3 -\< wj
children Ann,. Rfioi
Brian, is We!l as reoresent H
of hi corDorntion. which is based
in Montreal
Dr Matthew Brad lev. promi
nent local cardiologist, accompa-
n'l'd the up to obser
enormity of Chine*
Km-, and study I
menti In A
oUm : :
Both Dr. Bradley and Mr
Sutler iv:
by the absence of urban
the imiustriousnesa of the
fie. and their -ireat a.-h.
in agriculture, making famine a
thin| of the past
According to Dr Bra
there were "no signs of child
malnutrition that could be ob-
served" on their visits to th
pitals. clinics and health center'
"I am convinced that due I >
the Chinese Induetriousnesa and
eagerness to Open 'r.vl.
with the West, the exp u
nercial tie b tween America
and Cl table an I
only road to peace and irterna-
' ona! coopratn>n." said Mr
. .: is vies pre
T.'n:p!e Menoi
Shore Kiwaub Club
American ***
ciation ot International La
Dr Bradley current pr-sident
of the Florida Heart Assor-
ts on the active staff o( the
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Friday, December 13, 1874
NEW MILESTONE IN
Douglas Gardens'
COMMUNITY SERVICES TO BE HIGHLIGHTED
28th Annual Meeting Set
Lftl
V
Sunday. Dec. 22. the Miami
Jewish Home and Hospital for
the Aged at Douglas Gardens
will hold its 28th annual mill-
ing.
The annual chaired
by Jud{ "j pen, h norary
president of the home, will b-
at 1:00 p m in 'he home's Ri
Auditorium til party will
follow.
A keyn I will b civ-
en by the Hon. Gerald A. Lewis.
st;,te comptroller-elect, and a
presentation by Col. Jacob M.
Arvey. highlish'.in: a new mile-
stone in community services ad-
ministered by Douglas Gardens.
These new services include the
Outpatient Mental Health Center
and the City of Miami Senior
Adult Dav Center at Legion
Memorial Park.
Douglas Gardens, through its
many years of experience in
working with the aged, has found
that the majority of elderly per-
son? who encounter difficulty in
growing old in this country are
faced with the dilemma of being
unable to obtain any care at a'l
or being forced to accept total
care in so-called "total care in-
stitutions'" in nursing homes,
homes for the aged or state
mental hospitals
Realizing that alternates to
institutional care had to be de-
veloped. Douglas Gardens broad-
ened its horizons last June by
creating an Outpatient Mental
Yivo Forum Set Dec. 26
Dr. M. Shulvas. author and
historian who lectures in Yid-
dish. English and Hebrew, will
be the guest speaker at the Yivo
Forarr. meeting in the Silverman
School Auditorium at Temple
Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave..
Miami Beach. Thursday. Dec. 26.
at 8 p.m. He will speak on the
topic "Jews and Arabs in the
Past and Present "
Health Center. In addition, it ha;
entered into a contractual I
ment with the City of Miami to
,> care to senior i
... i. ji m Memorial Park. The e
innovative pro
. i -t ,11 an i pre
ind unwai rani
id institutionalisation of -
citizens in our community.
Dad? County h:is more than
300.000 persons who are 55 years
of age or older. Incidence of so-
cial isolation, mental depression,
senility and loneliness among the
aged is quite high. Statistics in-
dicate that approximately 4 per
cent of those over 65 will require
long-term medical care in a hos-
pital or a skilled nursing homo
facility. The challenge which
must be met is to provide suf-
ficient supportive services so
that senior adults will be able
to remain in their familiar en-
vironments.
The Douglas Gardens Outpa-
tient Mental Health Center,
which opened six months ago,
has already had over 1,500 pa-
tient visits. Funded by the Dade
County Mental Health Board and
sponsored by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and I'nited
Way of Dade County, it provides
services Monday through Friday,
from 8:30 am. to 5:00 p.m. After
this hour, there is an answering
service which refers all emergen-
cies to staff specialists who are
on call.
The center offers a full com-
plement of services, including'
testing, evaluation, psychiatric
consultations, individual counsel-
ing, group therapy, medications
review and occupation theraov
It is staffed by psychiatrists,
psychologists, psychiatric social
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workers, intake workers and oc-
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Services are available to resi-
dents of Dade County 50 years of
a^e or older regardless of ability
to pay and in full compliance
with federal legislation regard-
ing race, creed, color or national
origin.
The Mental Health Center has
established cooperative ii
menU with numerous medical
and social agencies in the com-
munity It is an adjunct program
designed and staffed to integrate
the needs of elderly persons who
face acute psychiatric and mental
health disturbances.
The Senior Adult Day Center,
which will open Jan. 2, is funded
by the City of Miami and til
operating genc> >* the De**rt'
of Parks and Recreation.
I tei to serve u a model
. for 30 elderlj
p ilati >n '
,, in utilize I :1 includ -
.. with '
the iliami; 2) who
: r; 3)
who, because of their ph;
condition, require "i''1
\ Ision
The program will operate five
days a week, Monday through
Friday, from 900 am. to 5:00
p.m. and will be located in Le-
gion Memorial Park at 66th St.
and Biscayne Blvd.
The design of the program is
unique in that a full time R.N
will serve as project director and
professional social workers,
groupworkers and geriatric as-
sistants will be employed.
Physical therapy will be arranged
and offered to those client who
have suffered traumas such as a
stroke and oth^r incapacitating
illnesses, U well as a tran-porta-
ti'>n program which v.ill bring
clients to and from the center
Also Included will be a Kosher
hot meal as well as two snacks
which will ensure dietary' re-
quirements. Furthermore, leisure
time activities and recreational
programs will be individually
tailored to meet specific needs.
Those persons wishing more
complete information concerning
these programs are invited to
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Chaplaincy Service Brightens
Channkah for Loving Couple
Kosman To Receive Sword Of Peace
At Seacoast Towers East Dinner
A
I
"Chanukah commemorate* the
victory of the Jews over their
Assyrian oppressors some 2,100
>.-ars ago," explained Rabbi Solo-
n Sehiff to an attentive audi-
ence.
The observance of the holiday
was taking place at Douglas
Gardens, Miami's Jewi h Home
aad Hospital for the Aged.
RABKi SCHIFF visits regu-
laily as part of his work ai di
- lor of t:ie tin atei Miami Jen
i-'n Federation's Community
< iplaincy Service.
Residents are always specially
pleased by his warm approach to
Jewish festivals.
A perfect example of those
who truly appreciate a visit b
the Federation's Community
chaplain is found in Mr. and Mrs
Joseph Feldheim. This year, the
Foldheims are celebrating their
69th wedding anniversary.
Just a few years ago, they
were living by themselves in a
small apartment, facing a diffi-
cult and lonely old age.
MRS. FELDHEIM was losing
her sight, and both she and her
husband were near despair. They
had hoped to resettle in Israel.
Yet the prospect of Mrs. Feld
heim's blindness with the move
seamed too much to cope with.
Instead, the Feldheims settled
at Douglas Gardens where they
found a home filled with warmth,
care and concern.
At the service last week, the
Feldheims smiled as they re-
cited with Rabbi Sehiff:
Blessed art thou O I,ord our
God. King of the I'nivrse. who
has granted us life and sustained
us and permitted us to reach this
season."
THIS PRAYER is repeated
after performing a ritual which
baa not taken place for an entire
year. For manv senior citizens,
such an occasion would be a sad
one. highlighting the passage of
time.
5fet for the Feldheims. the
prayer was said with joy and
thanksgiving, for their lives are
filed with meaning and oppor-
tunity thanks to Federation
agencies like the Community
Chaplaincy Service and Douglas
Gardens.
Especially during this r:me of
th" year, when families gather
Bernstein Film Thursday
The Cultural Arts Society of
South Florida (non-profit) was
to present a Leonard Bernstein
film. "The Sound of an Orches-
tra," at 8:00 p.m.. Thursday in
the Washington Federal Audito-
rium. 633 NE 167th St.. North
Miami Beach, with Peter Ftichs.
composer, arranger and conduct-
or of the Carmen Nappo Youth
Symphony, as guest host.
together to enjoy the celebration
of (hanukah." said Chaplaincy
Committee Chairman David
Schaei ter, "our Chaplaincy Scrv-
:i and, indeed, all the members
of Federation's family of agen-
cies use every means they have
to show Jewish people in need
of cariim that we care. Because
We Are One."
it*
Kindling the Chanukah lights at Miami's Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged are (left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Feldheim, and the Community Chaplaincy Service's Rabbi
Solomon Sehiff.
Si muel Kosman will receiw
the State of I.-rael Sword of
'(;,( e at an Israel Dinner of
Mate on behalf of Israel Bonds
al Seacoast Towi ra East Wednes-
day according to Robert L. Sie-
'1. ceneral campaign chairman
of the Greater Miami Israel
Bond Organization.
The Swoni of Peace i< present-
ed "for outstanding and devoted
service in furthering Israel's 'l
potent and solidifying its
economic foundations for sur-
vival, peace and progress."
Kosman. former president and
chairman of the board of the
Seaboard Life Insurance Com-
pany, served as deputy superin-
tendent of insurance for the
State of New York for 11 years.
In 1^68, he was president of the
Florida Association of Insurance
Companies.
An attorney specializing in
management and labor pension
and welfare funds, Kosman pres-
ently is a consultant to the social
security fund of the distillers
and wine industry throughout
the United States and Canada.
Kosman is an active member
SAMUEL KOSMAN
of B'nai B'rith and is affiliated
with the American i'echnion So-
ciety and as an associate of
Hadassah. He served last year as
chairman of the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund campaign at Seacoast Tow-
ers South, and has been active
in the Israel Bonds program
since its inception in 1951.
Menorah Candles
Distributed Here
Some 5,000 Jewish homes in
South Florida will be celebrating
the holiday of Chanukah for the
first time this year, due to a
massive Menorah and candle dis-
tribution effort by Chabad
House, Miami's Lubavitch center
The program is part of an
overall Lubavitch commitment to
help bring the messages and
customs of religious holidays to
Jews everywhere.
'This is an especially dark
year for world Jewry as evidenc-
ed by develi intents in Israel and
the United Nations." said Rabbi
Abraham Korf. regional director
of the Lubavitch movement.
"We want to be sure therefore,
that the Festival of Lights, as
Chanukah is called, is observed
in the true holiday spirit of hope
by I maximum number of Jew-
ish families."
The Menorah distribution pro-
gram is being directed toward
three principal segments of the
Jewish community. These are
families, senior citizens and uni-
versity students.
Now there's a ground coffee
that tastes great without caffein.
So enjoy.
LUNCHEON -The Miami
Shores Chamber of Commerce
will host a special luncheon
meeting Friday noon at the Mi-
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speaker will be Dan Sullivan,
vice president of the National
Association of Citizen Crime
Commissions.
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Friday, December 13, 1374
'Israelis Are Coming* Jan.
Will Headline
The tenth anniversary "Israe-
lis Are Coming" concert will take
place at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan,
IS. at the Miami Beaeh Audi-
torium.
Headlining the program ire
lyalons, four "supir.-.t-rs"
hi Israel. These four Israeli co-
City National Announces
Appointment Of Abess
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Abess, Jr. -
: rom ttion ol L. Ju

Bank lion has been an-
nounced by Michael J. Franco,
lent of the Miami b
bank holding company.
Mr. Asms, who will also serve
as assistant vice president of City
National Rank of Miami, has B
Bachelor of Science degree in
economics and finance from the
Wbarton School of Economics
and Finance at the University of
Pennsylvania. Until joining the
bank, he was a principal of the
Largo Brand Corporation, a large
land developer in Monroe Coun-
ty where he still maintains an
interest
FREE CONCERTA gala. free,
open air. holiday concert is be-
ing planned for f>ade County's
senior citiz ns Thursday, Dec. 19.
from 2 to -i p.m. r>ade County's
Service Programs for the Elderly
(former!} IN-STEP) has con-
tracted with 'he Senior Sym-
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. 3580 I
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lie Avaions'
median-musicians present a high-
ly polished international show
that has packed many opening
night audiences.
Their slick slapstick In M irx
; iei stj li itirrin I
- exude talent throughout.
They zip from one zany skit to
harm >nj that
their audience with them all the
The raj | I w m the
irxoup
- extraordinary-.
n the int i
I Most if th<
are in English bul an I
funny adapt itions to suit the
;. with "Fid-
dler on the It km" done in Ja| in
e rtyle; they add a new dimen-
sion to well loved songs
Dextrous fc otwork and team-
work play a big part in their
polished appearances. While one
sings, the others mime. Each of
the performers do their special-
ty, and the beautifully-handled
songs keep the audience com-
pletely enraptured. Repeated en-
cores usually round out the eve-
ning.
The concert is produced and
directed hv Shmuel Fershko.
Israelite Center
Chanukah Brunch
The Israelite Center Temple.
3173 SW 25th St.. will have a
Chanukah Brunch Sunday at 11
a.m. in the Social Hall.
Cantor Nathan Parnass will of-
fer traditional Chanukah songs
Johnny Violin and his Orchestra
i Lisa Di Mile, who has
: Kit!
D..\i-. Jr.. and
.. WU] rU rtain.
ed by to Sis
n H. Wal

the Is
Li iter is pi
Luncheon, Card-Games Forty
Planned By Women's League
Lincoln Roney Miami Beach
Chapter. Women's League For
Israel, will have a luncheon, card
and games party. Tuesday noon
in the 100 Lincoln Road Club
Room The public is invited to
Lring cards.
The luncheon is sponsored by
'.hree prominent members of the
chapter: Eva Baxt. Jennie Dres-
ser and Sophie I.einwand. Fran-
ces Resnick, chapter president, is
anticipating a record attendance
First Pan American Jewish Student*
Conference Scheduled January 5-9
The first Pun American Jewish
Students' Conference will take
place January 99.
Ocala, and will involve 300 Jew-
ish students from North. South,
ral .mei
The parti) will encmin-
i all Je<
ish student
will begin to
tween the Jewish conun
Continental i
Major
: ..if.' in
the Ann rica and
.1 the Jews of
North America and I atin Amer-
ica," Alternative Life Stj i -
t r the Jewish People in the
Americas." and "The Relation
ship- n Israel and the
Ji w -;i i immunil m "
' irk shops will be coord.:
with the major se -ion of
d '.'. ill di il with \.
of thi and
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lecturers source p i
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Beth Am Presents JoanSchwartzman
The public is in\ ite I I i have
the tough of the y< ar w idnes-
ii.,> w ben Temple B< tfa Am Sis-
terhood ; the temple's
:-.t. Joan
Schwartzman, bon vivant and
with hi' cerpts
from her Eorthcomh
bi, You Never Promisi ,l Me
A Swimming Pool."
Zesty, tany, the hook i.- based
life piso les in Temple
i I Joan's
olvement in
antics and frantics
The meetii In at 10:00
a n. in th 'lall at '1
Bel Km 5950 N Ki ndall I>i
Brunch ed.
Rcservai r the brunch
and pro [ram ar being accepted
bj Arli :.e Feller. Terry Fi >e I
man and the | le office.
Beth Moshe To Consecrate 16
Temple Beth Mo.-he of N
ration
Service for be I nning student- in
its P >piel B ligious School Fri-
da\ at 8:15 p.m.
The 16 eon-' will par-
ticipate in the and will
be greeted and blessed by Rabbi
h A. Gorfinkel. Their
parents will host the Oneg Shab-
bat
The eonse.rants are Matthew
Baron. Ellen Gross. Al'an Green,
Stacy Hoffman. Edward Kump,
Jill Kallman. Michelle Karliner.
Lader, Patti Phillips,
Rand, Brad Rosen,
Richman, Emilio Suster, Jeffrey
ni. Randy Sha iro
David Weinthal,
Counteracting Hate Thru Education
S) Ivan Lebow' Topic Friday Night
Sylvan Lebo ixecutive di-
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v the sued **?*, i,x
Templr Israel, Miami, I
nighi Dec 20 H 8 topic will be
Count Bits 1
Education."
In
n the Gi ftter M
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form temple Broi
0 m mbers thro the
i i states Canada and
,i it if affiliated with the
i aion of A i Hebrew Con-
gregationi m '" ;;- nendquar-
,i rs .n the l nJ m House of Liv-
ing Judaism on New York
Fifth Avenue.
Mr Lebow serves as executive
director of the Jewish Chautau-
qua Society, the Brotherh.nl-
major educational project for in-
i :.,ith understanding, ar.. ,,
Fellow of the Society.
The editor of t.i ..
azlne, he recentij wrote The
Temple Brotherhood," an or-
ganization manual setting forth
Brotherhood purr i ^ -
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At 93, Dr. Wolf son's Still
Riding Bikes, Climbing; Stairs
Th,> Miami Beach B'nai B'rilh
birthdaj of Dr Abraham Wolf-
ton.
Dr. bag served as
meet-
during
which the retired d intl
a nev .,
"HE NEVEI missed a -
I
in all this time," -.
renl president (if
the lodge.
" \n.l what la mi'. u uing,
he comes to the i eetings on
i At ?3, he stil rid '"> it
I Climbs three flights
many tin.. a da; as lie
. i .
his
nth st
10 years."
of the
for A lull Educa-
Miami Beach
in :e < b
his lirthday.
ADMIRING participants at i
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Bodin, Poland Cochair Drive
To Enlist 100 Academy Fellows
f S uth t ty,. la c and
gioua id i r< i I lin and id
ney Poland have b imed
ch n il the Acad' my Pel
!.' ater Miami He
\ 27th am
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Am ild Kleiner, poet; and Harry
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II Miller read from
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on of Dr. Wolfson's "The
i ind Happier Liv-
>-. extolled the
"junior" Dr. Wolfson as a noted
i Spim... Dr. Wolfson is the
author of "The Wisdom of Dr.
Spinoza "
IN His response, Dr. Wolfson
il that "cheerfulness and
screnitj are the greatest attri-
fi.i those who would like
c ntury mark in their
own lives "M in shortens his own
Dr. Wo'fson told his
youngi u lienc "If you want
to live Ion \ do just that.'"
Dr Wolfson also credited his
vegetal inism to his longevity,
"The high cos! of meat, vege
tables an I ht to in lu.-.
ile t.i turn away from these
r ," he said -'i a broad
the mui 'i che
.I beans. i
r for
. ii ; \ \'TOH Henry
d.
In recoi al 93, Dr
\'. olfson stiff neith i diseases
of I or the mind, the
I ( i of Mi imi
1 Dr. Hi nrj H. Kle i, presi-
dent, also paid tribute to "the
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rant lun-
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#v ^ m M a An "Arty Party" was held at
Temple Judea Gallery last Satur-
day, and the exhibit will remain
on view through Friday. Guest
of honor was Mrs. Reuvin Reu-
bin. whose husband, one of Isra-
el's foremost artists, passed away
in October. Among the items on
display were antique menorahs,
sculpture by Hana Geber in
bronze and silver, and multi-
media works by Dorothy Apple,
Carrie Barrancik. Nancy Droad,
Florence Droad. Sam Grodensky,
Susan Harlan. Audrey Komrad.
Lee Martin, Ann Reit^r, Baruch
Salinas and Dianne Singer. Ray
Herman, guitarist was featured
musical entertainer; a slide show
of Judaica was also presented.
Ellen Baum is the temple's art
director.
Tamir Spitzer. a short .chunky
tot, just celebrated his 4th birth-
day. Newly ariived from Israel,
where he lived with his parents,
brother Yussi and sisters. Rena
and Mira, Tamir brought back
with him a beautiful Israeli cus-
tom Instead of receiving a gift
on his birthday, he gave one
Tamir presented the book. "Win-
nie the Pooh" to the library at
Yeshiva Day School where he at-
tends nursery school. When ask-
ed why he gave the book. Tamir
said, "because I wanted my
f::cnds to hear the story."
'
Te-iir-le Menorah Day and He
brew School students have been
studyins about Chanukah and
: pe< ial
A v ,1; of holid
'.. I
thin Y i A!v avs v. ai ted
To Know Mi ul ("hanukah" will
be with the candle-
mony. The musical
revue w nted ."t th !
Ti'mrle Menorah Chanukah din-
Sunday Parents, frien l- and
n .'. '1 pirt'.k" f the tr i
Chanukah latkes Stu-
St'-ri Berm-in. Ed-
war^ Gar^'i, Steven Maiman.
Patricia Wie>da. nwiU.
Deborah Ro>..>nfeld. Me'eeri
Cohen, Jennil.-r Warren, Corina
Niton :c.'! I."ah Fester.
State Si nator Gwen Maieolis
wa< I at the annual mem-
bership lunche< n of the Star
Chapter, City the Hyatt H ni-e. according to
Mrs. Jack Kat/, Chapter pre;i-
!. nt. Sen. Margo Is, a life mem-
ber of tl n is intro-
duc- >! Mr-. Irving Bloom.
City :l president
She praised the 300 members
pri senl l i
forts m behalf of the sixty-one
yeai and Re-
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Mr. and Mis. Gary Gerson are
the proud parents of an 8 pound
boy, born Nov. 9. Harry William
Gerson joined a large family .
he has three sisters and three
brothers.
Workmen's Circle
Cultural Series
Continues Here
The Workmen's Circle, largest
Jewish fraternal organization in
the United States, will hold its
annual series of Cultural Eve-
nings on the first and third Tues-
day evenings of every month in
it- building at 25 Washington
Ave.. in Miami Beach.
Next Tuesday evening, the
speaker will be Charles Zimmer-
man, former vice president of the
International Ladies Garment
Workers Union and president of
th>' Jewish labor Committee
Ro'ert Forman, director of
the Jewish Federation Philan-
thropic Foundation who was
previously associate executive
of the Greater Miami
!' |er ttion will rel irn
nual appearance
: [e speak on Jews
Through ul The World1974."
Florida International Univer-
sity Adjunct Professor Stephen
i Remaen, regional director of
the Workmen's Circle and area
nan of th" Jewish Labor
Committee, will be the guest
ker Jan 21.
Pr f. Samuel Portnoy. of
) la Atlantic Universitv will
1! imor in the Jewish
I lage and Literature Feb. 4.
Fa1 h program open* with com-
munity singing ot 8:0 I p.m. The
n follows and then
questions and audience
sion C iff :t and cake clos-
the evi ning with adjournment
by 1(: p.m.
The public is invited: admis-
si >n is free, but donations for the
ments are aco; -ted.
The entire scries is sponsored
the I. L. Pereti Workmen's
Sen ol, he only children's
ol in the entire
Southt ait.
CHAIRMAN World-famous
Eddie \rcaro, who re-
:i 1962, has been named
hairman for tlio
1975 II .irt Fund, according to
. Florida Heart A-
sociation's Fund Raising Chair
rran. The 1978 Heart Fund
Campaign will be launched Feb.
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F! Carim, women's auxiliary to
Miracle Lodge F. & A. M. No.
S21, heM its annual installation
lunchion Saturday at the David
William Hotel
Worshipful Master Robert
Friedman and lrwin Lechowiti
conducted the installation cere
monies.
The officers in charge for
1975 will be Mrs Alan Jacobson.
Mrs David Larison, Mrs Peter
Sobel and Mrs Fred Wieder.
Mrs. Edward C'amner and Mrs
Arthur Borok were the chairmen
"f the luncheon, F-.ml. raised
during the yea go to the Chil
j' Centi r I riday, Dec. 20
Fl Carim will givi their annual
holiday party aci ording to the
current officer in charge, Mrs
lrwin Lechowitz. Gifts and en-
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Friday, December 13, 1974
AJCongress
Meetings Set
The North Dade Regional
Council. (Skylake-Stephen Wise-
and Mar Len members of
American Jewish Congress) were
to hold their monthly meeting
Thursday at 12:30 p.m. in the
Zodiac Room of the First Fed-
eral Savings & Loan. 18301 Bis-
cayne Blvd., North Miami Beach.
A special program for Chanukah
will be presented by a panel.
Friends and neighbors are wel-
come.
Golda Meir Chapter will hold
its monthly meeting Monday noon
in the Seasons South Party Room,
5001 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach.
The program will feature a
documentary film "Out of Bond-
age," a story of the past, present
and future of Russian Jews nar-
rated by world renowned Theo
dore Bikel. Also one of the
dentists who visited USSR.
it -tr A
The Louise Wise Chapter will
hold a monthly meeting Thurs-
day. Dec. 19, at 11:45 a.m. in the
De!ano Hotel. Miami Beach. The
program will feature a skit
called: "Dedication and Free-
dom,'' presented by Binah Bar-
nett.
Hostesses for the meeting will
be Gertrude Klein. Sarah Mann
and Lillian Sherman. Friends
and neighbors are invited.
tr & &
Miami-Coral Gables Chapter
will hold a meeting Thursday,
Dec 19. at 12:30 p.m. at the
First Federal Savings & Loan
A"n.. 2750 Coral Way. The pro-
gram will feature "An American
in Israel" by Richard Bass, a
tut ;it University of South
F,di:da who will describe his
stay at a kibbutz in Israel.
Hostesses for the meeting willl
be Mrs Anne Slotsky and Mrs.
Sadie Kane, in honor of their
mother's 90th birthdav Friends
and neighbors are welcome.
Rochelle Hyman, Maury Schklar
United In Marriage At Beth Shalom
Rochelle Barbara Hyman,
daughter of Mrs Pauline Hyman
of Miami Beach, and Maury
Schklar. son of Mr and Mrs.
Post-Chanukah Luncheon
And Fashion Show Tuesday
The Sisterhood of Both Israel
Congregation will hold a post
Chanukah luncheon and fashion
show in the Temple's Schwartz
Auditorium Tuesday at U.M
p.m.
This luncheon is being spon-
sored by Lydia Goldring, Bertha
Kwalwasser. Rose Kotler and
Hermio Reinhardt Entire pro-
ceeds to be used to establish a
fund to expand the activities of
the newly established Bernard
HershkowiU Youth Center Mem
bers are invited to bring their
friends.
'Israel, Arabs, Middle East'
Topic Of Discussion Dec. 19
"Israel, the Arabs, and the
Middle East." a collection of
articles and essays compiled by
Irving Howe and Carl Gershman.
will be discussed at the meeting
of the Great Jewish Books Group
to be held in the Miami Beach
Public library. 2100 Collins Av..
Thursday. Dec. 19. at 1:30 p.m.
Leader of this timely divi-
sion will be Jack II. Bash. Miami
businessman and active Jewish
layman Samuel Reiser is co-
ordinator of the group- pro
grams, which are free of charge
and open <> the public
Chci Chapter Schedules
Chanukah Luncheon Dec. 22
Chai Chapter B'nsi B'nth
Women h:i scheduled a I
ukah luncheon meeting at noon
Sunday. Dec 22. at the 1'
Hot l Flora H Sinick, publicity
chairman uyi
Guests will b Mr- Jay Der-
mer and her 5 year old daughter,
r. who will tell about their
summer -pent in Israel The) ill
sin:: Chanukah songs and r '
The public Is lir
Mi Helen Silverstein will pre
side.
MffS. MAIM SCHKIAK
Leon J. Schklar, of Ifurfreea-
boro. Tenn.. were united in mar-
riage Saturday evening. Nov 30,
at Temple Beth Shalom. HoU>
wood
Rabbi Dr. Morton M Ualavsky
officiated. The bride was given
in marriage by her mother
Faye Hyman, fhe bride- -.-:er,
served as maid of honor the
bridesmaid was Joan Youn-j The
bridegroom's father served as
best man and his brothers. Steve
Schklar of Toronto. Canada and
Norman Schklar of Murfreesbt ro,
Ti nn were groomsmen
Following the csndli
double-ring ceremony, a p
turn and dinner were Ik Id al the
temple
Both the bride ;m<\ !>: ro
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Wights In IsraeV Scheduled At
Point East And Byron Hall Dee. 19
A "Night in Israel" on behalf
of Israel Bonds will be held at
the Point East Auditorium in
North Miami Beach Thursday,
Dec 19.
Sponsored by all the organiza-
tions at Point East, the "Night
in Israel" is under the chairman-
ship of Arthur Kepes. Sydney K.
lHarris is serving as associate
chairman. Sally Cosen, Anne
Ackerman. IfoHye Lovinger. and
Arthur V Milier are vice chair-
men.
Emil Cohen. American Jewish
folk humorist, will present a pro-
gram of entertainment at the Is-
rael Bonds event at Point East
The same evening, Harry and
Ida Sacks will be honored at
"Night in Israel" at Byron HalL
Miami Beach. They will receive
the State of Israel Scroll of
Honor in recognition of their
service in advancing Israel's prog-
ress and welfare through the
Israel Bonds program.
Israeli entertainer I>anny Tad-
n.on is slated as special guest
at Byron Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Bcrman are chairmen of the Is-
rael Bonds event.
JWYA Calendar
Monday at 8 p.m. Norman
Bruce Brown Auxiliary No. 174
will hold its board meeting at
the home of the president, Claire
Creenwald. 1959 SW 12th St.
Plans will be made for the Donor
Affair
Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. the
Auxiliary" will hold a social at
the Pythian Hall, 4051 Flaglcr
St. A speaker from Social Se-
curity will report on new rules
and regulations Members and
friends are cordially Invited.
For Coming Week
Thur-day. Dec. 19. at 8 p.m..
Department of Florida President
Evelyn Ferdie will pay her of-
ficial visit to Miami Beach Auxil-
iary 300. Officers will wear white.
Auxiliary president Pauline Laz-
arus will preside.
Sunday. Dec. 22, Auxiliary No.
6*7 will have a membership tea
at noon at the Craydon Arms,
featuring entertainment. Presi-
dent Mildred Finsioer will be
presiding.
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Harold C. Uhr. Commander of
the Department of Florida. Jew-
ish War Veterans of the United
St.itcs of America, has appointed
Alvin Rose. South Dade Poet No
778. as Department Americanism
chairman.
Mr Rose has completed plans,
. h i\,' been a: proved by the
Dado County- s Board, to sponsor a High School
east) conU st on the subject i
< it is important t" have
honeats and inte i n our g v
ernmenl because .". in -"' I
word* or lea* Twenty high
cheeja, pus many private
schools in Dade Count} will par-
ticipate.
Post- thro igli ml the State will
be o-krti to contact schools m
their area in order to make it a
statewide contest.
This contest will run from Feb.
1 to March 1; one winner chosen
from each school will receive a
plaque.
Mizrachi Women's Chapters
Announce Meeting Schedule
Hatikvah Chapter of American
\l/...i u Women was to hold
a gala Chanukah latke party at
12:30 p.m. Thursday at Kneseth
Israel, 1415 Euclid Avc. includ-
ing a program and refreshments.
Pearl Schwartz is president.
Aviva Chapter president Fan-
nie April has scheduled a meet-
ing for Monday at 1 p.m. in the
Firs! Federal it 2750 Coral Way
Tillie Kinmer is chairman.
Tormenting Rectal Pain And Itch
Of Hemorrhoidal Tissues
Promptly Relieved
In m.inv ckcs Preparation H
rivea prompt, temporary relief
fmm such pain and itching
and actually helps shrink
swelling of hemorrhoidal tis-
sues caused bj inflammation.
Tests by doctors on hun-
dreds of patients showed this
i,i be tru<; in many cases. In
fact, many doctors, them-
selves, use rrc/xiration H" or
recommend it for their fam-
ilies. Preparation H ointment
i or suppositories.
CHUNGS
Oriental Outers
GRAND OPENING
YOUR GIFT DISCOUNT CENTER
FROM THE ORIENT
Mainland Chin. Jewelry Cork Carving.
Cloisonne Wood and Stone Carv.ngs OnentaI Dol s
Lacquer Ware Mother of Pearl Hand Cr fted Items
Pictures In Silk, Feathers, Shells etc.
947-8136
14746 N.E 16th Avenue
Miami
Also
KOREA HOUSE
56 Curtiss Parkway
Miami Springs 888-5647
Hadassah Groups
Plan Meetings,
H.M.O. Luncheons
Miami Beach Chapter of Ha-
dassah groups planning meetings
this month include:
Morton Towers Group, which
will celebrate Founder's Day
Sunday noon at the Doral Hotel
with Fanny Routz presiding.
Music will be provided by Cantor
Zvi Adler with composer Shmuel
Fershko at the piano.
Royal Maccabees Group will
meet Monday at 7 p.m. in the
Financial Federal Auditorium.
755 Washington Ave.. with Clara
I.andy presiding. Ida and Bill
Spitkoff will entertain.
Triton Towers Group will hold
its HMO. Luncheon in Triton
Tower Hall Tuesday noon Stan-
ley Rosensweet will entertain.
Hannah Winawer will preside.
F.r.ma Lazarus Group will fea-
ture entertainment at its H.M.O.
I uncheon in the Eden Roc Hotel
Tuesday with Rose Krause pre-
siding.
Israeli Grouo will celebrate
Founder's Day Mondav. Dec. 23.
at noon in the Algiers Hotel.
Patricia Gayle will entertain.
Esther Meyer will preside.
Shaloma Group will celebrate
Founder's Day at the Tarleton
Hotel Monday. Dec. 23. at noon.
Mrs Eminuel Mentz. president
of the Miami Beach Chapter, will
be guest speaker: entertainment
will al-o be featured, with Esther
Shapiro presiding
The Stephen S. Whe Group
will hold its Founder's Day cele-
bration in the Barcelona Hotel
Mondav Dec 30. at noon, with
Fannie Willig presiding. Gala en-
tertainment will be featured.
'Lenny' Premieres Friday
"Lenny" will h-ive its south
eastern premier.- Pridav at the
Byron. Twin Gables and Sunny
l-les "Gold" opens Friday at the'
Twin No. 2-Dadeland, Carib.
Cor->| W'av Ho'Undale, Pla/a Xo ;
1-Hollywood. N'o. Andrews and
Davie Boulevard Ft Lauderdale;'
"The Girl from Petrovka" bciin^
at the Palm S-'iinrs N'o. 1. Sun- j
set. Surf and Plaza No. 1-Hollv
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Paul Ulman, 891-5179.
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L Equol Healing Opportunity J
Cartoonist Don Wright Is
Breakfast Forum Speaker
Two-time Pulitzer Prize win-
ner Don Wright, editorial car-
toonist of the Miami News, will
be the speaker at the next Temple
Beth Am Brotherhood Breakfast
Forum Sunday at 9:30 a.m., in
the Youth I-ounge. His topic will
be "The Trials and Tribulations
of an Editorial Cartoonist."
Don Wright's caricatures ap-
pear daily in the Miami News,
proving that political satire can
be more piercing than the print-
ed word His appearance pro-
vides an opportunity to learn
about a part of journalism not
often encountered.
David Pinski Club 4
Celebrates Chanukah
The David Pinski Club will
celebrate Chanukah at its "Oneaj
Shabbos" on Friday in the Club
Room of the 100 Lincoln Bid*.
A special program has been
prepared: I. Lasavin. author aad
lecturer, will talk on 'The Fes-
tival of Lights in the Days ef
Affliction"; Hilda Zucker, folk
singer, accompanied by Paul
Yanovsky on the mandolin, will
render a group of Yiddish and
Hebrew songs appropriate for
the holidays, and W. Rosenbloem
will read selections from Yiddish
classics. Refreshments served
and the public is invited.
Edith Perlmutter Reviews New Stanley Marcus Book
North Shore B'nai B'rith wom-
en have arranged for Edith
Perlmutter to review the new
book by Stanley Marcus "Mind-
ing the Store" Monday at 2 p.m.
in the Washington Federal Bank.
1133 Normandy Dr.
Mrs. Permutter was a by line
feature writer on the staff of the
Buffalo Evening News and baa!
her own radio program for the
Buffalo News radio station,
WBFN. She has also serve*
Madame Helena Rubenstein M
publicity writer and personal
secretary in London and Paria.
All Jerseyites Invited To Hudson County Club Meeting
All Jerseyites from the Garden
State are invited to attend a
meeting of the Hudson County
Club of New Jersey in Florida.
Thursday, Dec. 19. at 8:00 p.m.
in the American Savings Bldg..
located at Alton Road and
Lincoln Road Mall. Miami Beach
Louis P. Brenner, former Chief
Magistrate of Jersey City will Mr
stall the incoming officers.
The next gala event will be ft
dinner, dance and show at the
Beau Rivage, M'ami Reach.
Saturday. Jan 11. For further
information contact Henry' Klein,
publicity chairman.
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rnday, UecemDer 1J. ia>
Participating in the in service seminar for
the faculty of the Community Hebrew Ul-
pan Program of the Central Agency lor Jew-
ish Education are (left to right) Dr. Aaron
Xaniel of the Department of Education and
Culture of the World Zionist Organization,
seminar leader; Rita Gold, CAJE Ulpan Co-
ordinator; Shula Bin-David, educational su-
pervisor; Levi Soshuk, educational consult-
ant, and Abraham J. Gittelson, associate di-
rector, CAJE.
Ulpan Uses Israel As Symbol
Of Mode Dr Maccabees
modern da; bc
I th< me at th< Chanukah cele-
o( the Commu i
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wil ve students on
a tx :'d-
knowl-
The
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B n I>.i\id.
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i\ the Jewl i
Nai Greater Miami
n il i on i'.t-
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in the program.
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As a ipe .ire of the i
nin ihrt of the prod id
<.i i! b '"ii arranged by
Yi h hua M hulach, dire I
Isra Aid To Ti
Miami In addition,
as well as tradili >n
al holiday delicacies have been
prep
he Communitv
Hebrew Ulpan Program in Great-
er Miami with the Central
Agencj for Jewish Education are
the Israel Aliyah Ofice. the
American Zionist Federation, and
th<' Ii. part nent of Education and
Culture of the World Zionist
Organization. American Section,
directed by Dr. Abraham Gar.nev
the past week the
tea :- of the Ulpan program
participated in a seminar led by
Dr. Aaron Kaniel. director of the
ailment of Hebrew Language
Wometco Theatres
and I of ''
.n and Culture.
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presents
a concert evening
with the great Russian tenor
MIKHAIL
ALEXANDROVICH
a versatile artist, who moves from Italian Bel
Canto to folksongs and of course cantonal music
SUNDAY DECEMBER 22, 1974, 8:30 p.m.
Beth David Aud.. 2625 S.W. 3rd Ave., Miami
Ticket prices All teats reserved S10.00, S7.50,
$5.00 Tickets on sale at: Sounds of Music, Miracle
Mile; Stuarts-Kanter, Dadeland; Heritage House.
Suniland Shopping Center Mail Orders Both
David Congregation 2625 S.W. 3rd Ave Miami.
For futhcr information call 85 1-3911
Terrv and Jules Baedon, Chairmen
163"St.|TWINl
An all NEW dim...
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LIVE PERFORMANCE ON STAGE
December 28th thru January 12th
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Matins at 2 30 Evening Performance at 8 30
All Soars $2 00 Seats $2 00 $3 00 $400
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Berezin Invited To Participate
In .M)av Semiuar At Gainesville
Myron A. Beryta..Keoutive
Jewish
nuiiiitv c liters of South Florida,
has been In :ted to p
in a three-day emlnar In Gi
ville. "d hy ttie Board of
nts of the State University
System of Florida. This seminar
will cover all aspects "i aging in
Florida.
An Advisory C uncil hai been
iiished to be administered by
the Univer it\ of Fin; id., in co
operation with the Fl irida Divi-
sion of \ : serv"
ice provided by the Fl
i: ard i f '.'. to devel >p
University curriculum to be used
state-wide in work w.ih the ag-
ing.
Mr Berezin has been invited
.r this writing curriculum work-
ip bee us ol his ba :k ti
in communitj oi and
as the iv. five director (
Jewish i ly Centers of
Florida which I
very involved in extensive
grams for in i Iderly and i- re
sponsible for
South \ -
and Frail E lerlj
/ens in .Miami Bi i. h. & n r Citi
/ens Summer Camps and Senior
MYROfi BEREZIN
Adults mils in both the
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JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
Presents
10th ANNIVERSARY
CELEBRATION
ISRAELIS ARE COMING!
Produced ond Directed by Shmuel Fershko
THE YEMENITE TRIO
and
M0RT FREEMAN
Intemationolly Famous M.C. and vocalist
MIAMI BEACH
AUDITORIUM
SAT. EVE. JAN. lb. 1973 8:30 P.M.
Prices: From S 3.00 to $ 10.00
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL: 534-6518.
538-6778
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT BOX OFFICE 10 DAYS
BEFORE PERFORMANCE


?riday, December 13, 1974
* #em-#> fhrkMotn
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Ambassador Diiiitz To Speak
At Dee. 29 Salute To Veterans
Isnel'l chief envoy to the
United st ites, \:: bassador Sim-
cfaa Dlnitz, will b eaker
at the brae] Hista Irut Fo
tion Salute to Isra< l Vetenmi
Luncheon 1 i le Fontaine-
u Motel Dec. 29.
i '. the ti pic "1 -i I I,;." at
r oi the id women
v erved i ..
; is dedi-
( I to I of H
i Hob who through
I ou contribul to the
Histad rrus
HiaUdrut
Mori el tuples
mj veterans
Ambass idor Dinit i i '..' en-
roy to the United States during
a most crucial period, i> highly
ted by government offl-
rfals. This wide acceptance was
eat importance during the
critical days up to and following
[the Yom Kippur War His con-
i stant presence was greatly felt
[during the Kissinger negotia-
t ons,
The guest artist on the prv
[g-ani. Emil Gorovets, was one of
|the m Mar in the S
n, performing in the M -
tow Yiddi h Si ite Theater. His
ilorful voice and cl tar <'
%iake his me an
audience remembers.
This affair fo iccesi
f JCV Ann I
held by Hlstadrul which honored
2fH> A n thr ugh be-
quets help* d to an en-
nt total ion and
which r.\\- id I be-
ts for buil
Hi 1 at a p
tended by twi
\ iv 19 10, i i alth,
it ion and n clfi r sen i> -'
l per (":'
of the I: m and oon-
I facilities
_h he-
Tropical Park Opens the
Winter Racing Season at
Calder with New Low Prices!
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f.
1 .'. N .'
* lorn
Grandstand
i
$2 Park y
(
1 for intormation and
rese'vations phone Didt 6251311
Bro*jrd 523 4324 West Pilm Beach
833 4016 Sony no one under 18 ad-
nvted
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quests and other methods. The
first parlor meeting, held at the
home oi Joseph Goldberg of Mi-
ami Beach, produced the first
$125,000.
anil ibed in the
at the
' V v..; -. Lu leon in-
I ; r>.i 'tn Mr. ai d Mrs,
:.. Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Newmark, and
in Mrs n, in
intia
;.. i i le si.. pi ij< cts
iti d.
ik at heon was
vho ipoke of the
part.-' ning Israel bh
financial support plays in main-
and Judge
Harold S, Shapiro announced the
new bequest total of S4::o.ooo.
Celebration of the Histadrut an-
niversary continues with the
Dinitz reception and the Eco-
nomic Conference for Israel Feb.
15 at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
colder ^
TROPICAL WINTER MtETING portmHS
21
Rabbi Naot Reyiews Novel
v, I en Temi le I rael
er M .i ni Sis .1 its
i ik rcvi .v of the cur-
v. nt series this w eek, Dr Joseph
R. N'arol fed Joseph Hell-
H i] m d." a
i d ly ac-
as a iiiilii.i'it
'i American life
Donald Deitch Acting Director
Of Yeshiva University Libraries
Chanukab Festival
Concert Dee. 1<>
For Israel Bonds
Km- the firsl time in South
Fl irida Brazilian pianist Cipa
Dichter wil i a series of
four handed duet- with her pi-
ind, Misha Dichl t. r.
th i Cl rtukah F for Is-
rael V''i Kiay i.'i the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
will be perform-
ins. behall of Is-
: i ig with brilliant
Israeli Violinist Pinchai Zuker-
n in Vi i Zukerman
nist Theo lore Said
b of 1 landal f iloist
eles Philhar
iniC.
I > I tival for Is-
rael is under the direction of
Judv \!- David) Drucker. di-
ri ctor of Temple B >n 's
\ Seri Ticki ts arc
available t>) allii siting
the Bond offi ', 420
Lincoln 1 Suite 2A. Miami
-i 'ii is rest I
onlj 11.000
(! m< '-:'. B mds d

AMBASSADOR SltACHA DIHITl
Newcomers Now
Greeted By
'Miami Shalom*
Miami"* Jewi-h community has
a method of making newcomers
feel at home right away. It's
called "Miami Shalom."
Sponsored by the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation Women's
Division. "Shalom" is a kind of
welcome wagon, offering social
gaihtrings and regular informa-
tion events for new residents of
South Florida.
'Too many people move to the
Miami area and never really feel
at home here." says Miami Sha-
1, in chairman Mrs. Ernest An-
dich of South Miami. "Our goal
is to provide them with knowl-
edge oi the community and with
acquaintances, many with similar
inter, its, that can allow the new-
comer to stop concentrating on-
'up north' or hack home' and
really know ti: i is hi<
hometown."
"Shal m" -i .;'- by Ini I
new residents to
at tl Gre iti r Mi imi
ration, *- ;" Biscaj tie Blvd.
Refreshments are rvi I, musi i
and d i--1 >n ar reatured. anil
all 'sts are vith th?
"Miami Shalom" lit e >ry, an in
valuable resource for South
Florida livin
st I in t. k
parl in the m *l open
., hi : d foi e irly lanuar
ontac! Mrs K
the I
CMdltlhjhtfog Featured
A Ch in r ih '
i i .i .'.< k i 'v b)
Sara Heifand
the ( iral G > '
V on i Kmi ORT '' In -
daj il l :;' p m in the First Fed
ding, 2750
V Refi nents will be
Fsl i e B
tei : denl
It's Really Here!!!
AN EXCITING DIFFERENT
SINGLES GROUP FOR
YOUNG JEWISH SINGLES (18-28)
IVe otter t uniqueiy new way of meeting young Jewish
singles because we are designed for the tourists as well
as for Floridians...
WE ARRANGE:
GUIDED BUS TOURS FUN FILLED WEEKENDS
(Kosher meals upon request)
NITE CLUB TOURS BOAT CRUISES
. SHOWS DANCING
10IN th'S new fast growing young singles group NOW
and REALLY BRIGHTEN UP YOUR SOCIAL Lin.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL
STAR OF DAVID Y.J.S.G.
at 531-6670
Join us NOW and receive a FREE ticket to the Show cf ihe Year
starring Jarkie Mason, Ron Eliran and Mordechai Bon David
on Dec 26. 1974 at S 00 P.M. at he Miami Beach Auditorium.
Donald G. Deitch has been ap-
pointed acting universit) director
of libraries si Yeshiva Univer-
sity, it was announced by Dr.
Samuel Belkin, president.
Deitch will continue to
serve as head librarian of the
Library,
i he was nanv d to last
year.
Mr.
. tanl head
of the i it >' >_ D :t at
as
tl to the libraries
at Ohi oiversity, ard had
held posts a1 the Flint, Mich..
Dr. and Mrs. Joel Dennis
Honored At KilleS Diner
Dr. and Mrs. Jot'. Dennis were
honored at the recent Hillel
Community Day School Scholar-
snip Dinner-Dance in recognition
of their outstanding achievement
and dedication to the school. The
Dennises received a David Kap-
lan sculpture entiled "Discus-
sion" and it was announced that
the cafetorium in the new Hillel
school building will be named in
their honor.
The gala evant raised som?
$6,000 for the Scholarship Fund
and mire than S82j.0,K) for the
new school building. Principal
contributors to the building fund
'v re Mr and Mrs. Michael
Scheck and Mrs. Henrie'ta
Scheck, who donated ?200.000 to
t1,!' project.
DONALD G. DEITCH
Public Library, and the New Ro-
Chelle, N.Y., Public Library.
After receiving his early
schooling in the Bronx. Mr.
Deitch continued his education
\r. Florida was Graduated from
Miami Beach Senior High and
received a Bachelor of Music de-
gree from F.orida State Univer-
sity. He la the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ronald Deitch, 1340 Lincoln
ltd.. Miami Beach.
The 43-year-old in re-
ce ved an M A. in musicologv
New York University, an
-; -, in I bran c ice from Co-
i University, and is com-
pleting ii
N'YU
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PERSONABLE ARTICULATE INDIVIDUAL FOR FLORIDA
CHAPTERS' OSGANIZAT'ON AND DEVELOPMENT.
CALL 531-5723 EXT. 201 FOR 'NTEtfV'EW.
WILLING TO TRAVEL. NON-PROFIT OR3. EXPER'ENCE ORIENTED
ii 11:
SHOW OF THE YEAR
presenfetf by
ISAAC GROSS & M0SKE KAHAN
starring
JACKIE MASON
WORLD FAMOUS COMEDIAN
also feuturing
RON ELIRAN
, lSKATIONAL singing star
MORDECHAI BEN DAVID
NEW SINGING SENSATION
accompanied by
neginab orchestra
THURSDAY EVENING
DECEMBER 26
8:00 P.M.
MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
Ticket prices -84.50, 6.50. 7.50
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT ALL TICKETR0N OUTLETS
TICKETS CAN BE OBTA'NED AT
NATIONAL HEBREW ISRAELI GIFT CENTER, INC.
949 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH, FLA. 33139
SHALOM JUDAICA INC.
2002 N.E. 164th ST.
N. MIAMI BEACH
H & M STEIN
1141 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
for ticket information and group discounts call
538-6311
600 LINCOLN ROAD SUITE 2


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Judea Lodge B'nai Brith Will
Present Ambulance Keys Dee. 15
For the tint time in the his-
tory of Florida B'nai H'rilh. an
ambulance will b< presented to
the state of brad by th mem-
bers of a local B'nai B'rith Chap-
ter The present ition will be
made by the .Judea Lodge No.
2853 of the, Ronej Plata Apart-
Miami Beach Col. Na
tbaniel Kuteher Is president of
the lodge.
Mayor Harold Rosen <>f Miami
Bea;-'i will be prini Ipal speaker
for the occasion; other speak" -
will include Nathan Malisoff
i under and chairman of the anv
bulance committee, and Rabbi
Irving Lehman >f Temole
Fmanu-El. The presentation will
be made Sunday al 2 p.m. in the
gardens of the Roney Plai i
Apartments.
Benjamin Kuteher. vice presi-
dent and program chairman of
Judea Lodge said. We sincerely
hope that we will set a precedent
for B'nai B'rith and other Jew-
ish organizations because Israel
has a dire need for ambulances.
At present they are using trucks
and private cars for ambulances.
This ambulance is equipped for
all the services which the wound-
ed need and has all of the new-
est medical facilities"
Col Kuteher will discuss the
NATHAN MAUSOff
work of the Judea I-odge and
Mr Malisoff will talk about the
work of Magen David Adorn, an
organization which is similar to
the American Red Cross.
Soloist for the program will
be Judy Drucker. who is the
soloist at Temple Beth Sholom.
There will be no collection or
solicitation of donations.
Beth Torah Hebrew Students To Be
Consecrated At Friday's Services
w
Gorelick and Cheryl
Forty-eight beginning Hebrew
school students will participate
in the annual Beth Torah Con-
gregation Consecration ceremony
held during the 7:80 p.m. Friday
services, which will be preceded
by a Shabbat dinner in honor of
the consecrants, Eugene Lip
man. educational vice president.
hat announced
Dr. Max A. LipschHz, spiritual
leader, will officiate and charge
the students with dedication to
their Torah studies Certificates
I id miniature Torot will be dis-
tributed
Instructors of the first grade
Hebrew classes are Mrs B, Berg
man. Mrs S Rerk. and Mrs. A
Vfarkowitx
The consecrants are Adam
Anolik. Joel Bartels. Randy
Fiadter, Terri Hoffman, Richard
KaUin. Steven Kronowitz. Mi-
' hae! I.ovine Michelle DeVous.
Diane Lipman. Gary Markham.
Lauren Mitchcl. Michael Neufeld.
Terry Olkin. Cheryl Osheroff,
David Schulman. Tina Shultz.
Bruce Shwc-ky. Alan Steinman.
David Tepper, Katie Ungar.
Jamie Dell. Jodie Dell. Robert
A Happy Chanukah To All .
PAULS CARPET
WAREHOUSE
31 N.W. 23rd STREET
rhone 573-7626
A Happy Chanukah To All .
INTERIORS
BY
DALE {. WEIDMAN, IriC.
5000 N. Miami Ave., Miami
Phone 759-4971
Joshua
Greene.
Also Jeffrey Hausman. Alan
Kravec. Susan Lackritz. Jon Les
lie. Dale ipkind. Bruce Luber.
Mark Ostrov, Gary Rice. Steven
Sarrow, Debra Starkman. Michael
Traktman, Jodi Forrest, Ellen
Goradesky. Michael Green. Mark
Greenfield, Benjamin Hirsch-
field. Jordan! Lorber, Mark Mar
Caret ten. Larry Miller. Carrie
Pachter. Gary Stolberg. Fern
Weiner, and David Wolis.
To honor the consecrants. the
Hollie Kahaner Sisterhood will
host the Oneg Shabbat following
the services,
Yeshiva Day School Plans
Puppet Show And Luncheon
Proceeds of a puppet show and
Chanukah luncheon Sunday from
10:30 am. to noon at 990 NE
170th St, will go to the Yeshiva
Day School, it has been an-
nounced Contact the school of-
fice for tickets and information.
Newspaper- are being collected
by the school's students as part
of a recycling effort. A truck will
be stationed outside the school
Sunday. Dec. 22. between 9 and
11 am The public is invited to
participate.
Women's League To Meet
Florida Chapter. Women's
League for Israel, will hold its
regular meeting in the Forte
Towers Auditorium. 1200 West
Ave Thursday, Dec. 19, at 12:30
pjn. A Chanukah Story' by Sara
Helfand and songs by Rose
Glick will be featured. The pub-
lic is invited.
>JmisHk)ri Stephen Neigher To Address
Beth Moshe Men's Breakfast
Stephen Neigher, associate di-
rector of the Anti Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith in Miami,
will address the Temple Beth
Mosfae Men's Club breakfast
meeting Sunday at 9:30 a.m. on
Current Challenges to the
American Jewish Community''
President of the Club is How-
ard Richman. This is an open
meeting and women as well as
men Of the congregation are in-
vited.
Singles Plan House Party,
A house party for singles in
their thirties and forties is be-
ing held in Fort Lauderdale
Friday under the sponsorship of
the Professionals II.
The Young Professionals and
Professionals II are cosponsoring
a "Sock-Hop Dance" at North
Perry Field Clubhouse, 7600 Hol-
lywood Blvd.. Saturday at 8 p.m.
and a live band dance at Nicola's
Restaurant. 901 S. Royal Poinci-
ana Blvd.. Miami Springs. Sun-
day at 8 p.m. Marty Listowsky
is president.
Biscayne Changes
Matinee Schedule
To Avoid Conflict
Biscayne Dog Track has
switched its matinee days to
Tuesdays. Thursdays and Satur-
days "to assure the State of
Florida a maximum tax revenue
by avoiding conflict with Holly-
wood." according to President
James C. Knight, who also an-
nounced free parking except for
valet at all Biscayne racing.
Only deviations in the new
matinee schedule are a matinee
on New Year's Day. which falls
on Wednesday, and no weekday
matinees during the week begin-
ning Dec. 23. Biscayne runs
through Jan. 9.
Although we were first to ap-
ply for the Monday. Wednesday,
Saturday matinees, we realize the
duplication with Hollywood
would cause a hardship for dog-
men and track employees, and
are willing to change in the best
interest of all concerned," says
Mr. Knight.
Biscayne will continue its
policy of admitting senior citi-
zens free to the grandstand for
the Tuesday and Thursday mati-
nee programs. First post in the
afternoon is 1 p.m. with the
nightly (except Sunday) racing
getting under way at 8.
Hirsch Announces Opening
Of New Kosher Steak House
lienaahe Hirsch. well known
figure in kosher food circles, has
announced- the opening of the
Kosher Steak House on the
Ocean at 21st St., Miami Beach.
Located next to the Sea Gull
Hotel the elegant new dining
spot will feature broiled steaks,
fish, chicken and shish-ka-bab in
plush surroundings. "All meats
will be Glatt Kosher," stated Mr.
Hirsch. The wine list will offer
imported Israeli wine and a
salad bar will present a varied
selection Ample parking space
is available.
HAPPY
HOLIDAYS
ALLEN ORIGINALS
Dress Manufacturer
1155 Southwest 6th Street
Ph. 545-7380
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL .
RESTAURANT, INC.
MITCH'S STEAK RANCH
7419 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 865-7922
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
SNOWBRITE ROOF CLEANING & PAINTING CO.
130 N.E. 152nd Street, North Miami
373-8125 947-6465
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
N0RTHEN DISTRIBUTORS, INC.
5340 N.W. 163rd Street, Hialeah
Phone 625-8282
Friday, December 13,1974
sJiAppy (rHmmtmmm
MR. and MRS. DONALD BERKOWSTZ
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. AL BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. ABE BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. HAROLD BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
DR. AND MRS. LEO BRAVERMAN
and FAM'LY
MR. and MRS. WALTER MACKAUF
and FAMILY
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
AL & ART SPRINGER
AL SPRINGER
ROOFING COMPANY
SPECIALIST IN
RE-ROOFING REPAIRS & LEAKS
FREE ESTIMATES
820 S.W. 69th AVENUE
PHONE 261-5122
A Happy Holiday to All .
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
10777 N.W. 36th AVENUE
Phone 688 8615
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
FROM NORMAN and PAULINE PLATT
FRANK MOORE REALTY INC.
REALTORS
2455 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD Phone 961-9600
7752 TAFT ST., PEMBROKE PINES Phone 929-1902
MIAMI Phone 949-5100
LEON C. McASKILL and
L. CLARK McASKILL, JR.
OF
McAskill Publishing Company
3811 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE
Want to Wish Al of Their Friends
A Very Happy Holiday Season
A HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL .
TURK PAINTING COMPANY
260 N.W. 199th Street. Miami, Florida
Phone 652-8432
A HAPPY CHANUKAH TO ALL .
PENNY ELECTRIC INC.
Residential Commercial Industrial Wiring
24 Hour Emergency Service
Please Call 895-2856 Stewart C. Penny, President
A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON TO ALL .
CLIMATROL CORPORATION
SAM FAPORE, President
6900 N.W. 77th Avenue 592-5260
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
WELL-BILT PRODUCTS, INC.
5561 N.W. 36th Ave., Miami phone 635-8621
A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON TO ALL .
MIAMI METAL PRODUCTS INC.
260 N.W 25th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 576-3600
4


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Page 13-B
Bar Mitzvah
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
1

fCoiol Solomon Jeffrey Miller
CAROL SOLOMON
The Bat -Mitzvah Of Carol
yce. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
orman Solomon, will take
bee at Temple Beth Am Satur-
ay. Dec. 14.
* Carol attends Glades Junior
iph School and has been attend-
pg Beth Am Religious School for
* past eight years.
There will be a Kiiidush at the
pie immediately after serv-
Carol's grandparents. Bra-
ce Gersh. and Rhoda and Sam
lomon, will attend.
G
MARK CANNON
The Bar Mitzvah of Mark Al-
son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael
nnon, will take place Satur-
y. Dec. 14 at Temple Zion.
Mark is a student at Rockway
Junior Hich School, where he is
In the eighth grade, and a mem
per of the Student Council.
I A reception and luncheon is
planned at the Eden Roc Hotel
Saturday afternoon.
I Among the honored guests will
\ie Mark's grandparents. Mr and
Herbert Schurowitz and Mr.
Mrs. Irving Cannon, both of
iairu. and his godparents. Mr
d Mrs. R. G. Shaw from Con
ectieut.
Mark Cannon
A
Bruce Greenspan
Mia
'-
W
be
Bar
at
JEFFREY MILLER
I Jeffrey Scott, son of Mr. and
Irs Leonard Miller, will
pled to the Torah as a
Iitzvah Saturday. Dec. 14
Vrr.ple Beth Sholom
Jeffrey is a student in the
JU-:-. r!e's Confirmation Class of
1736.
DAVID DELL
David Carv. son of Mr and
Irs Robert Dell, $400 s\v 52nrl
fer. will herome Bar Mitzvah
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
. THE CIRCLIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-35980
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
II of
prvoMi ;< ii:i.z.
Husband,
i. ,1
II REYNOLD8 flOELZ,
w f
Mils DEBORAH REYNOLDS
rji iBLZ
- Navy Road Ant ill
Venice California 90291
IOC IRE HEREBY NOTIF'ED
It an action for Dissolution of Mar-
ge hai bean filed against vou and
_U BXI reollired to serve H eonv of
your written defenses, If any to It
ft Kwitn.v Kroop & Sehelnberg, at-
torn. \ '"i' Petitioner, whose address
la 4.' I.inn.In Road. Suite S12. Miami
Be.n. i-'ii rnia. ami file th. original
With tin i-ltTk of the above llvled
our' i.n i r tn-fore January 17th 1975:
Otherwise a default will he entered
at:n-t vou for the relief demanded
In Hi i "innlaint or prtltlon.
Tin- iiotlii shall In- published once
------ -.. -. u-'\. w i el -
rh week for four consecutive wee
THI" JEWISH FLORIDIAN
fW'lTN'F.SS niv hand anil tin- Ma I
Kd court at Miami. Florida '
h dav of DeeemtM r 1974
RICHARD P. HRINKEll
\ Clerk. Circuit Court
11| dl Coun'V. Florida
B\ I BNBBDEN
\ I'. DUtV Clerk
vcull 'Url Besll
UlTNKY. KROOP &
HE NBElKi I* A.
:13!'
f..r Pi til: '
l-zO-27
1 ;;
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IfE IS HEREBY GIVEN
.!. Irlne
tioui n iroe
Centei 11
. Hlalenh. !'!
u Courl of I lade
; ti'
I '
BM11 H TRt'ST
i st l I M P
f- ITH.
>
A
1-+4P
Saturday, Dec. 14. at B'nai Israel
and Greater Miami Youth Syna
ue.
The celebrant is a Lintil grade
student at Glades Junior High
School and attends B'nai Israel
Hebrew School. For the last sev-
eral years he has been involved
in the fund raising drives ol
UJA. Cerebral Palsy. Muscular
Dystrophy and other charitable
organizations on a regular basis
Mr. and Mrs. Dell will sponsor
the Oneg Shabbat Friday evening
after the services in h:>nor of the
occasion. Among the guests will
be David's grandmother, Mrs
Rose Diamond. Mr. and Mrs.
Bruce Dell. Susie Dell. Samuel
Paul Dell and Stephen J. Dell, all
of Atlanta, Ga.
BRL'CE GREENSPAN
Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Greenspan, will become
a Bar Mitzvah at Temple Menor
ah. Saturday morning. Dee. 14.
Bruce is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High
School.
There will be a Kiddush foi
lowing services in the Crimson
Room of Temple Menorah.
LI6AL NOTKE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-34684
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in H. Tin- Marriage <
MARIA TERESA MACK. Wife
ami DENNI8 It. MACK.
Husband
T<> DENNIS It MACK
(Residence t'nknnwti)
YOf ARE HEREBY notified that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you ami you
... h '.I \ reauired to serve a ronv ..f
\,'ji answer or other pleading to the
i-, hi n on the Wife's Attorney.
i rs'i'i::: ROGERS, whose addn
I4.',4 S.W 17 Avenue. Miami. Florida
nnd file the original with the
i-'irk of the above stvled Court on or
ih day "f .' inuarv. I97S.
or a Default "ill be entered against
vou
liATEl Ird day i f December.
RICHARD P BRTNKBR
Cli rk of the Circuit i urt
B> T '.' DEIXSADO
I2'S-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
,i .. u is ngage i"
husiness under the flcl llous name of
\i \s i:r. WEI DlNfl SERVICE at
po n SSI! Hlaleah Fla SJn'S In-
U i di to Klster said nami ith the
..( the Cln uit Cour; ol Da le
i -. u iv. Florida
DAVID RC \
II I* II -is-w
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to i ngage
in bualneaa under the fictitious names
of ll.TKA SHEER SUPER-SHEER
I.IXOR-SHEER at 74l Northwest
iviii Street Miami. Florida WM In-
tend! to register said names with the
Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade
County. K'.onda
TU'CnTA Cl IRPORATION
By: JOHN T LAN8KY
President
HARRY ZUKERNICK
A it. rni \ for Annlieant
120 IJncoln ltd Miami B< ach. H.
U ::: 80-27 1 "
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 74-35508
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE OF SUIT
iv RE: The Marriage of
MOKID A LAM MAI.IK.
Husband,
and
NORM A RODRKH'EZ
I IMA MA I.IK
u ife
li i NORMA RODRKH'EZ
LIMA MALIK
KESIDENCE IN KM IWN
YOI' ARE hereby notified that i
i ii Dissolution of Marriage
,a been filed agalnal you and vou
. quired to i ei ve i op> nl i ui
ur pleading to said oetll.......n
i attornes Jos< Dl Jl
i Snr i)R '; irden H.....
I .l file the
iles g In the
i.. the circu
of Januan
ud in. ni m
net vou foi
| n| I l| nil.. .
P. I
I
. I'
.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE ClKCUlT COUKT OF THfc.
ELCVfefltH JUDlClA'L'ClrtCL/IT '
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-35285
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE M. \ KR1AOE i IP:
MAHOARII \ HERREKA. Pi titioi
. 'HI AND" I H El i I [{ Iti di .1. nl
Tl '. Him ra
in
ARE HEPEB1 NO'
in :" iIon :* .i l >i^~. lu! loi
d igalnsi you

"I" v..... to It

foi Pi Honor, ivl addresn i-
V 12 Avenue Mlam Pli
of the i.....ve styl-
ii ..-I or hef del rtti w i!1 i..
i .-.i again i "ii for thi relief de-
:. ii. i in the oniolalnt or petition.
Tins notice shall be DUbllshed once
<:.. h weeh for foui consecutive weeki
.ii THE JEWISH Ki.'iitll'lAN
WITXE88 my hand and the seal of
said courl at Miami. Plorlda on this
mm das "f December, 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER
As i l,-rk. Circuit Courl
Dade County. Florida
By B. J POY
As Demits Clerk
(Circuit Coun Seal I
Antonio J Pineiro, Jr., Eaaulre
mi N W, l^ Avenue
Miami Florida t:iil's (I24-4S&S)
Attorney for Petitioner
]: 13-20-27 1 'J
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. 74-35599
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN ItK THE MARRIAGE OF:
CONZAI O PEREZ GARCIA.
Petition! r,
and
DOLORE8 PEREZ GARCIA,
Respondent
TO: Di'l.oKKS PEREZ GARCIA
CamDaraentO Tenedores
Morales y ZabeJ
i luatemals
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thst an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
vou are required to serve copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it on
ADOI.FO KOSS. attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is 101 N w 12th
Avenue, Miami Florida 3312X. and
m. the original with the clerk f the
above styled court on or before Jan.
17th, IMS; otherwise a default will be
entered against vou for the relief de-
manded in ihe complain! or petition,
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fli'ltlKIAN
WITNF.SS mv hand and Ihe seal of
said court at Miami Florida on this
lath dav of December, iv74
HICIIAHO P RRINKER
Al Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
H\ MARION NEWMAN
Ai Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
12 12.20-27 13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 74-35433
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE Thi marriage of
I ESSIE i '< >NW \ Y,
Wife,
\n.|
l |l ', Ci i.\\\ A V
Husband
Yiii- iKKi'Y CON WAT, residence
unknnwwn. are required to fill vour
nnswer to the netltlon for dissolution
of marriage with the Clerk of the
nhove Curt and s. rvi I "" "
of upon petitioner's attorney. Herman
Chen !: 82 S W 1st Street Mi-
ami. Plorlda JS120 on oi befon Jan-
uary i". 1975. or el petition will be
eonfessed
Hated Dec 9 1974
RICHARD P RRINKBR.
Clerk, Circuit Court
By c p ci IPEI AND
Deputy cierk
12 12-20-27
i ::
'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 74-34309
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
IN RE: MARRIAGE OF
I itcY DEVLIN.
Petitioner- Husband
and
I ICII.I.I-: DEVL.IN. a k a
1.1CII.I E MELISSA RAPPB.
I;, apondenl Wife
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
Ti i I ITII.I.K DKVI IN. a k I
I I cil I E MELISSA RAPPB
RESIDENCE I'NKNOWN
y. n I.ceil i K DEVI IN. a k a
I ceil I K Mill I8SA RAPPB are
hereby notified thai i Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage lias been filed
against you, and you are required to
:i copy Of vour Answer or
Pleading to said Petition tor Pissoiu-
,,,, nf Marriage on tl"- Petitioner-
i u band's attorney. Ronald 1 ,""-
i-.,. pi ii: Blscayne iiuiidmK-ifl
West Plailer SI.....'. Miami PlortJ"
phone 2SBI and nie ih-
original Answer or Pleading ]'
. ,. nf the Clerk of the Circuit
l | nn or before the 3rd daj i '
l!7S if you fall to do so
iiidiMii.ni b> default will be t
. ,. ,, ri (hi relli a In
Pi foi Dissolution of Mat
; NOTICE shall be nubllahed
. ,......i, |. ek '.' ("ii, 11..........ii
l"v, ,,., JEWISH I'.'iKI-
ERED .'
i .lav of Novi rabei
HICH m:I' P BKIN K El
,. I
l
. IDE

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 M 35133
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE: Thi Marring. Ol
l i:\XK i \.--< ,:
liUl '
I \ '' I.ASOKSA


i
' | ,
o

B. (ioo'il Pi
N \\
.Miami. Florlds 33147,
fll. the riginal m 11
of the above si> led court
January I". 1975; othi fault
w ill I-.. nti i ,ii agi ih.
I .I, niaieleil in thi eomplalnl or
Ion.
Tins notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutlvi weeks
in THE JEW I8H PLOHIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said courl al Miami. Florida on lin-
.'ii day oi December, 1974
RICHARD P, BRINKER
As Clerk. I llrcull Court
Had. Count} Florida
in oi.i 'Hi \ ELLIS
As Deputy '! rk
i" 'ircult Courl s,a; i
12 13-20-27 1 :i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ens
in bualnest under the fictitious hami
of SIMON RHI'IT SHIPPER al
Collins Avenui
tend
hi i 'i. 11'
of i lade L'ou t> K
Miami Bead Pla
I |hi Cil uit ''on'
l:i:i
.L'S l
IX 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. 74-35070
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN ItK THE MARRIAGE OF:
RODOI.FO V ALVAREZ,
i > tltiom i.
.in.i
IIERTA I'.I'IN ALVAREZ,
Respondent.
TO: ItKRTA Gl'IN ALVAREZ
Plnar del Rio
i 'lonio i *a torce
Havana, Cuba
Vul' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action tor Dissolution of Mar-
riage lias been filed agalnsi vou ami
you are required to servi b copy of
your written defenses, if ans to it on
ADOLFO K088. attorney for Pe-
titioner, whos*. address is i"i N \v
12th Avenue. Miami. Florida 32128,
and file the original with th.- elerk
of the above styled courl on or before
January 17, 1976: otherwise a default
will be entered against you tor the
relief demanded iii the complain! or
petition
This notice shall !" published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JBW18H FLORIDIAN,
WITNF.SS m\ hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on tins
sth dav of December. H-74
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
Al Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Counts. Florida
Hv C r ci ipEI-AND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Courl Beal)
Al 11 Fi i K >8S, ESQl'IRB
11:1 N W. Uttl Avi nil.
Miami. Florida 33128
vi.....) for Pi tun.n, r
1- 13-20-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-7592
(Judne Nesbitt)
In RE: Estate of
\ Kit., KITH FISHER,
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pi rsons Hav
Inn claim- or Demands Agalnsi Said
Estate
\ on an hereby notified and requ
,d io present anj claims and demands
which vou may havi agalnsi thi ei
tate of VERA RUTH FISHER deceas-
ed late ol Dade County. Florida. :
the Circuit Judges of Dad. Countv,
and file the sami m duplicate and as
provided In Set lion 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In thi oun-
t\ Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
al., within four calendar months from
the nme ol th. first publication here-
of or the same will be barred
Filed at Miami Florida, tins Mil
,i ,i ,.t December. A I' 1074
V ROBERT ( AR1 181 >'
Bl Attorn, v for th
Executor
First publication "f this notice on
ilo 13th dav ol December. 1974,
\ ROBERT CARI 181 E
Attorney for the Administrator
":' Alhambi a i 'in !
Coral Gable Florida 33134
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-7638
in RE: !' tate of
FIUTZ NEDHAU8
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and AH Person* H i
laims or Demands Agalnsi Bald
,,' ,,i......bs notified m d n iu ;
,.,l ;,, present am claims .....1 demands
n hli li you maj have agalm l thi ei
. ..i FPITZ NEl'HAl'S de. i u
.,1 late ol Dad. County Flm-lds
tl en. uit i Dadi r .i
iii. me oi dunlii
, ,.'..! 'ii Si Florida
Si itutei- n thi 'hi Coun
,. pril .ii In D id. ounti. Floi -
ui '
11 i i i.
Ih harred
of Di mh \ I '
\ i' itrm
NOTICE LNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl i i'li'K IS HKRKin GIV1
Ihe uiidi
ii, Lu I- ii thi
il St reel
h, i rcuii Courl ol Dadi I 'ountj.
Mil TON PERI MAV- "" '
TAI l am FF II M'l-i: KS
12 13-28 i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ilo undersigned, desiring to i n
in bur ni i undi thi fictitious name
of INTERNATIONAL I.ISTIM.
SERVICE ai 7857 Bird Road. Miami
Florida, intend to register said name
with the ci.rk of the Circuit Court
of i iadi founts Florida
JOHN E I.eMIFl'X
ROBERT P D.M.V
.ii ISEPH DIBARTOl/>ME<
Attorney for Applicant
M'.n Bird Road
Miami, Floi Ida 33155
''......... 12/13.26-27 l/S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
hi business under the fictitious name
of PENGl'IN ENTERPRISES at 13922
Kendi li I akei Drive. Miami. Florida
Intend In register th. said name with
thi CI, rk of the Cneuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida
MICHAEL J RAl'LSON
D1ANVE J M'l SON
I.KN"ltlC ItAII-S' N
,n ISEPH DIBARTt I .< 1MB*'
Attornes for Applicant
8400 Bird Road
Miami Florida
rh..... J-" :"7' u lS-M-27 1/8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOSEPH NESBITT
PROBATE NO. 74-7942
In RE Estate of
IRVING BELL.
''"NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
.... piainti oi Demands Agalnsi Bum
E*Ynu'arc hereliv ,.ti(i.d and rcuulr-
,.,1 .,, present any .laims and demands
which vou mm have agalnsi the es-
,,.. of IRMNO r.F.l.L dy*M-
,,. i,,, o| Dad. Countv Florida, t"
,, cirnii. Judges of Dade Countr.
and ni.. the same in duplicate and as
provided in Se.tion .33 lfi rl<
Statutes. In th \" ,ht' <*"
tv Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida within four calendar montha f m
from 'lie time of the firs, publication
.ref, or the same will bi t.arred
Kiled at Miami Florida, this 1th
da, t December A D 1974,
RETTY BELL
As Executrix
First publication nf (hit "Jtlce on
D. 13th dav t I" ml'ei. 1974.
David s Ki
.....n. foi Exe. utrlx
-,.. i m.olii Rond
Miami Bearl Fla I21J9 fj ^ ^
IN TMF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FIO^T-A IN AND FOR
riAOF COUNTY
PROBATF. DIVISION
FRANK P DOWLINC.
PROBATE NO. 74-8049
|n PR l-'-'ai. '
,-,, v v i-i.-l 111" VIS a k a
. ,i ., v.-i.-l |>* VIS a k a
MAVVIE D W1S
'moticE TO CREDITORS
-,, in i--. ,1..... snd All Persons Hav-
.... Claim* or Demands Agalnsi Said
Vou ire l'...|,v notified and r. nuir
. ... ni____I mv .'aims and demands
whi.-h vou mv have against ih-- -
of EMANl'El D DAVIS deceas-
H |p.. of Dole Countv Florida, to
,... !'......i Judge* Of Dade t ountv.
...... <'. tb.. same In duplicate ana yj
"rovlded ..i s......., ltj.1l norMta
o.l,..r In the .,',,,........ In Dad. Countv. Flor-
,,!, within four calendar months from
- m Do. t ,,, ,'. .., ..,,. -;.,.,. will be harred.
pit, ,, Miami Florida, this sin
,1 ,v ..i l>. ml AD 1974
l i-.-i' E DAVIS
w Fxeciitrlx
y. niihticsi1 n of this notice on
.... ."-ii dav of December. 1974.
s,, ,.,,., i.m.iim. vi'EIl a- SCMKKR
in...... v to- '' '"
. i ad. Miami Beach,
Florida 121*9 ,., n_0
C.IPCU'T COURT 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 74-35430
C.ENERAI JURISDICTION
piV'SION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
i ii- THE M PR1AGE < 'F:
nSVM DO M'CIANl
li-.-i
i ,i \ JANE I t'CIANI
Von ft K\ JANE l CCIAN1 LAST
k \-i >,, \ RESIDENCE ..... Btreel
\ are
... ., copj <>f
,, i lution -..a. upon I
REOROE Mi Hi'
\V HI'
on oi b<
Pel

I.Mil


fJenisfi fk>rkHan
Friday. December 13, 1974
. Attorney Leon Kaplan, 66,
Jewish Community Leader
Leon Kaplan, 66. a civic
er and founding partner in the
Myers, Heiman and Kaplai
firm, now Myers, Kapl
son and Kenin. died Bu
bis nome in Miami.
Mr Kaplan was b n
ark, N.J an 1 has pi
I an I sii ce I! '
mem Ik-r of the
Florida, Nen -*-"-i
American bar 1
He received his L.L B
at 19 from Rutgers University.
Mr. Kaplan served as president
from 1967-69. and vice president
from 1963-67 of the Greater Hi-
ami Jewish Federation, in which
he has been active since 1938.
He was a former president of
Hie YM and YVVHA and a mem-
ber of its board for the past 30
years, a member of the Board
of Directors of the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board, serving six
years as vice president, and
chairman of its Legacy and En-
dowment committee.
He was also president of the
Southern Section. Jewish Wel-
fare Board from 1952-54. a form-
er president of Beth El Congre-
gation, a former member of the
board of directors of Beth David
Congregation, and a former vice
president of Jewish Family and
Children's Sevices.
PALMER'S .
I MONUMENT COMPANY/1 k
mSONAUZED MEMORIALS
CUSTOM CRAFTED
IN OUJt WORKSHOP
4444921-4444922
3279 S.W. a* ST.. MIAMI
865-2353
'20 Stvnly Fin! Slrt.l
WC/Nlbn
wuitiow msmvici
A
'-, Ived the Frank
i \ A .. I tor distinguished
- i the Jewish Com-
ter Movement.
Surirh ;- include his wife,
' i hj. two daughters, Linda
(Mrs. Richard) Brickman and
R ta ( Mrs. Edwin) Ginsburg: one
son, Stanley (Karen) and six
Ichildren, Lynn. Susan and
Donald Ginsburg, and Karen,
Patti and Kenneth Brickman.
Services were held Tuesday at
Beth David Synagogue under the
direction of Gordon Funeral
Home Interment followed in the
family plot at Mount N'ebo Ceme-
tery.
The family requests that dona-
tions in his memory be made to
the Leon Kaplan Memorial Fund
of The
YWHA.
UOU KAHAH
Greater Miami
YM-
IM A
Temple Emanu-El Services
For Nathan H. Darsky. 92
Nathan Harry Darsky, 92,
board chairman of the Amer-
ican Beverage Corp.. died Sat-
urday at Mount Sinai Hospital.
lie lived at 5161 Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach.
A native of Russia, Mr. Par-
sky left that country when he
was 27 years of age to seek
safety for his family, He settled
in Youngstown, Ohio, where he
entered the soft-drink business
in 1914, bottlinL. soda with a
hand operated machine at ninht
and making deliveries the fol-
lowing day mi his produce route.
He u.nt Into the SOfl drink
business full time in 1916, and
moved into largei quarters.
Mr. Darsky came to Miami 40
years ago from Youngstown, and
rose to head the multimilllon
dollar business that fianchl
Pepsi-Cola Bottlers.
At bis h: nd bit th V v cell
tion he reflected: "My greatest
accomplishment and the moat
precious thins of all is that I
can proudly say, in a loud voice:
My family and I are Americans
and we belong to the greatest
and finest democracy ever known
to mankind, and how fortunate
we are to live in this God-bli
ed land:"
Mr. Darsky was a founder
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open tvtrr Day Closed" Sabbath
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 266-2888
friendship...
means someone cares
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
Senrinf the Jexish CommuiWy since 1931
ORTHODOX
CONSERVATIVE
REFORM SERVICES
EminutlGo'dc-n(IMS) l>c CoriMn
Hiiiy toidon (19641 iir-cs B Coidon
_______Telephone B58-55M___
M
I
euitt
hi Gn<
emonal Chapel
"JEWISH fUNtfAl DIKtCTOkS"
**V
IOCAI to OUT OF STATI
* lANGIMf NT'S
94/-279tT
IMS w DIXIE MWV.. N.M.

JEFFER
^^ FUNERAL HOMES. INC.
DIRECTORS:
Irwin Jet far
Mad win Jeffer Alvin Jetfer
188-11 HILLSIOC AVE HOLLIS, LI.
1283 CONEY ISLAND AVE .BKLYN.
212/776-8100
13385 W0IXIEHWY.WAMI
305/947-1185
SepuKtcd by Sotmylenfl.Fa.
625 S.OLIVE AVE .W.PALM BEACH
305/8334413
Repi-senlfd by PhAp Mnrnkw, F 0
Services available m all
communities in New York and
throughout the Miami,
W. Palm Beach areas ,
Repte
NATHAN DARSKY
and member of the lmard of di-
rs ol Temple Emanu-El, a
founder of Mt. Sinai Hospital, a
member of the board of the
Jew ifih Home for th0 A'
Mason, a Shriner and a member
of the Kiwanis Club.
He was the firsl Floridian to
receive the Abba Hillel Silver
Award of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, in 1968, and
Iven the l.o D. B
Awai ,n 191 I, also by the Zion-
isl < <\ ganization.
Mr. Darsky is s
son. Julius; a da
thea Cohen; a b
two sisters, Hele
Edith Chudal
children: and '
children.
Set \ wi re
e Emanii-
side Chapels in
ements,
ARSKY
N VI HAN M .
nwa> Saturday, I
foi I" \ .
YounKSlOH n ihii
i i u IB dim
thea Cohen, MB
14 n Ic I
Zalman Itu -
Heli I an*
ff, botl of
Darak] wa a I u
franchlaed Pi nsi-i
er "i Tampli Etna u I
mi Sinai ii......
board of Jewish I
PhllanUiroplat, :, .
Klwanla club. Fu
held Monday I >.-
Kmiinu-KI With I
officiating Inter'
Nebo Vmti. i \
made by Kiverni
htcr, l.....o-
' ilman;
n and
ine
reat-grand-
illi |
of ar-

v n
from
ved i..
m D
ndchlldri it,
i brothi r,
Mrs
Mdlth Chu-
Callf, .Mr.
aroup of
nls. fouml-
ad member
found, r at
bar of the
r the Aaed.
hrlner and
\ |i ,|| were
mi Temple
' lehrman.
aa in mi
ni n ts were
'Is.
Lt'GAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTVI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV
CIVIL ACTION
NO. 74.3?524
ACTION FOR DSSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RI
ME JEANJ I.
n f< .
AI.I.K.N I IVM ITH,
kl.I.E 'TH
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Mar-
ii
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Thin notii i phnll i i ii
\\. k f"? Ill ... Utlvi
ORIDIAN.
WITNESf '
in bI Miami, 1
:.. Si n I- r. l 74
RH H \IMi P BRINKER
Aa Clerk, Clr< uit i"'.urt
Dadi County. Florida
By: I. SNEEPEN
At Deput) Cl< >
"' II '. II" s.
.. n S'E^ KKi ,\
Si HEINIIERO P A
I I: d Sulti
I:...
\ -..... 1
; ::,
-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
v i m itKli. ui> \ thai
I. deKlrlni .iko
., | || ii,mi..us nitma
IMITEU :n MM Alton
r i Ida n 'is to
, of
ii i p.i'l' i unty.
FliTltSa.
M1DAN MMITBti
Pal 'ner
I' .
f
led
i I
'.O'lCE UNDER
F CTITIOUS NAME LAW
I' fllVEN' I ^t
I k#
ii- i .rue
i '
'1
.... the C4i alt
.
:. \ VEGA
n-2T
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTVI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74 34709
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
R< The M
LENtiRE \l"'
\\ Ifi Pel
and
SIDNEY ADOFF.
Huahi nd :: r> ndi -t
TO: SIDNEY AD>FF
Hal d St reel
V"i \'.i: HEREItY
thai a petition
Marriage has beei filed an I
a in this
quired t. i i.
' < nv, >.. :i on IRTH1 i: .-
1 >A\ Is*, an..i
addreav I M-110 1
Miami. I'!
it oria mi wltl
ll! I ..n or
them n
tor I I for In ihi
......
i
: in i Ul i
th" JKV -i; |. ; ,R| | ,| VN
WITNESS :
"'d u> Plorld
1
RI M VKI) P BRINKER.
A C mi i ii. t
I M'l. Oounti i
Bt AYAbA
\ [>eputy C
Vrtnui s
\:i.
Uu
l w
CE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERV.CE
,NO PROPERTVI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV. .
CIVIL ACTION
NO 74 33058
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE m \im:i \i;k "!-
MERBI l.V Ii: REINN1NUEB,
PETIT1" \"ER
m: REINN1NOER
NT
To: E1.0ENE REINN1NOMI
Hut mpany
ment
i
i R HEKEm N'1 TIKIlflD
lion 1 Mar-
nal yon ..nd
you :. 'iu .4 copy of
your wrltti ani to It
on I.AV fP Ri "PERT H.
bl'H.N met Pel
i su i i Ui "in
Miami Reai'h F : file
OVS
r
i I will ba
I vou. f"l de-
I -1.
Tl :... ? shall bi j -i >l once
I r foui n.-utlve weeks
iripian
hi al of
this

I ,i:n p III INKER
uit r H-t
!.l t
I. : I HEN
. I
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1 AW "I
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NOTICE UNDER
^'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
M'Tlfl IS tSIVEN ihat
. l ,n
. ;
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I of It "la
III l. Hi iPE S< iKi
12 -:

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
I JUDICIAL CIRCUIT



0CHS
FKEH DAVID, 7.t
Mi--" 'I away Fl Id
made hi.s hOBM
rant .it yean n
Mr o.-hs m H
Kodeah Synaimni.
ilrea, mpai vlalna
be synairotrue H
H"l with Chi
was flnaneial aaori
r Miami Hebret
He is survived I \
dauirhter, Jeanel
brother. Alfred. ', Ri ,u-t\. NJ.
and 2 nintem. Mr H.niili.-r-
. '-r. .Mrs Millie !li In I*.
"I Bervloet a-i I Friday at
eth Kodeah S' inder the
ion of Oi.- -i Home
with Interment Mt ,i Ceme-
tery.

hi*
sw 12 rt.
I He had
ml for the
in N V C.
r of rteth
Minvon-
" at
as asaocl-
"mis. and
he (Ireat-
i "an Assn.
fa. Ida. a
M It
CF Ime
IN AND
FOR DADE COINTY. FLOP'DA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Mrt-rri-1^ El!!460 Jud- Huttoe)
NOTICE FOR SUIT FOR DAMAGES
ON PROMISSORY NOTE
HAN k i ,, ,,

P
S el
V HEREin
i : dm
III
II r\ |>BJ | (.->
NEVINS I \w OFFICES
for il I- .. ff
krihu ; v ,
.1 with 1!
"ivied ui on or bi inry I
1 otherwise a default v,
u f..r Ihe i.
'"' '" the omplalnl ..r i
11 notice shall '.,- i.ul, i '
a. ii m eeh f..r four eonaei ul .
in THE JEM ISH KI .<.I; 11 v
WITNESS niv hand ami II,,
said courl at Miami. Florida
-ml ,i.n ..f December, i 71
RICHARD P BRi:
A- i 'l.-rk. Circuil I i.U'
l'a'le County, Florida
By: a. w a i.s 11
CTm*AN*Ev7fig,rC"rl
Attomeya for Plaintiff
BIS \i ihur Godfrey Road
Miami H.-arh. Florida 33140
I '.27
NOTICF I \r-rr;
FICTITIOUS V | | AW
ii YEN that
. in
f
N v I 950 Ni r-
' Fl i ida
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P .
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m.r

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ived
nee
il of
this
NOTICE
WAREHOU' '
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A Mini
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i'i"i.. rty of .1'. .
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SALE
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I..-!-.-.. ri
ll r.
mi- Ml-
1 ..f.
ilder for
I. ribed
' .lit
3rd
U 6-11
NOTICE UNDER
____FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE
Uu mill.-rslened. deslriiiK
business- under the flrtltlon
I rojei-t Master* at numb.
cayne IV.ulevard. In the c
hat
In
of
ami Florid ..Intend "i' SJ.
Kid name with the Clerl rHr.
ui Cojirl of Dade Countj
. Datjd at Miami. Flor-
day of November 1*174
STUART P. ROSE
GEORGE J DePl
Reichman
h
Mi.hael
Attorney for Aopiicanl
8 W 4f, Street
Miami. Florida
"
12
N
IN THE CIRCUIT r -F THE
EL^E-NTH Jun I RCUIT
OF FLORIDA I' r-OR
DADE C
PROBATE D I
, ,. PROBATE N 3
I" HI. Eatate "f
HARRY PROPPER
deci .1-1.1
r ,,N,?T!" TO c' l : T "9
i\! A, r,'',,l"l> n<1 ns Hay-
i?5.. m" or ''"" "-' Said
You are hereby n< 1 requlr-
whi.h vTm :'"\ '' '-"""da
nuh \ou may hav i|1P ...
a- of HARRY PI tSUJU
fie ,h ""'''"S "f "<
l.r vll ', S"'"" "' ""d
"' '" Bectl. nrida
StShft? "; "i"1' Kiorid.;
, '" lx rale,,,!.,, .m tn.
time 0f ,hl. f,rs| hereof.
''i-i al Miami. his
uay of November,
JACK M
Firm publication
o da> of v. .'
JOSEPH 8CHMIBI
Atti.rn.-v f,- Allrnj. ,
605 Uncoln Road. MIi ml IV ', Fla.
I 6-ll-J*
i* -'7th
Hoe on
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Itecember 13, 1974
+Jewi$t fkritfian
Page 15-B
lEGAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LE6AL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
TICE OF ACTION
..IRCUIT COURT OF THE
MTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
[ DADS COUNTV
CIVIL ACTION NO. 7 "4918
IHT roR D'SSOLUTICN
OF MARRIAGE
!' m ,: i >F
1/) (THTO,
Ed
Id
, i > CURTO. Wife
JiRKI' I.O i'l 'RTO
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HIPPED I" CURTO arc
ptiri*-i thai a Petlti' n For
pol M rlaai
i it ..nil \ "U a I QUl 10
co\yy if tu I or
, to lh. r. in. ii
Ittornev. A E i
. ...
,.;il Anwi
k i [hi i
Hi. wtb 'i
fou Fall .....
II be tak< i >u
lei inded
>r lution of '.
each w>..... f ii
In TB .ii-w i.'M KI.:: i; : v\
\\i> >i;i'i:i:i:i'
Florida lih "l.iv
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IaPBURY.
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IS/6-1 :
__HfcE CIRCU'T COL Rt o^ THE
IHVEMH IUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTV
PROBATE DIV'S'^N
I JOSEPH NESBITT
ROBATF NO 74-7313
Tti.kvks.
IpTICE TO CRED'TORS
i lid .v || i- 1; .v-
01" or 111 mandi
|ir. '..'-. notlfli d and 1
,,. ni mi 1 ]-
I vthi. h i 11 mai -'
r,. ,.f ISAAC TR
" lute P f fount'
_thi 1 rcull Judaea ol
^^m, ." 'i 1 it"- 1"
.1 1 .-
i^K smiu'.
m.>af0 from the
C^^^Rt;. m h.i.of "T -I'. v ill
p^p>..;
Filed
J.V Of I'll..' \ I' 1*74
MORRIS tki:\ BS
A- Exe. ii'
first nu "f """
h* tth f Dec. mix r 1"74.
DAVID S KIMI'.I K
Horn. Kv.-.-utor
< II. .i'l
IB. b, !': rlda
1.' 1-13
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
/ENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
PROBATE DIVISION
JOHN R BLANTON
PROBATE NO. 74-1*9*
Estate of
fc>N METRICK
^NOTICE TO CREDITORS
| jm Creditor!! and All Persons Hiv-
^a'tn- or I" mauds An .:.- >a '
are herebv notified and reauir-
preaeitl any clalma and '-
which v..n mnv have aa linal
,t,-.- of SOIOMON MKTRl.'K
ed late of Dad* Couatv. Flor-
> the Circuit Judaea of Dart*
ly. .mil file the -nu
t,, i ,s pro> I.I.-.I in S*
En Statute* '" their '
fcuntv Courthouae In Dad< l-nun-
Rorlda. within four
from the tlmi
bataof. or iii.- ann
, Miami. Florida thla Ird
if l>.. ember. A I1
DANIEI METRICK
Aa Executor
ri publication "f thla "
Ith dai of Deoembei 181 ',.,.
pile FRIED WEIL & S" HKI.I.
ni-v for 1
n.-nln It.....1
Baacb. Florida S313I .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-1477
FRANK B. DOWLING
: RE Batata ol
AID AllAM L1P8HITZ
dei
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All "l edltoi ind \ Pel i III Hav-
Ina ''..in- or Demand! Aaalnal Bald
i: late:
1 u arc herehv notlfiad and reaulr-
e.l to pre. nl anv claim and de-
u hlch ^ "u may hn \ s
Jli utati ..r ABR KHA VI I.IPSHITZ
ed ite n| D idi i' iui tj Flor-
Clrrul Judai of I >ad
ind fill In 'iimli-
. in., ini.l :.- oro\Idi i
la Statute!
u : inde ui -
\ .. Ida Ithln >ur ealen lar
monihr I m lh tin i of the flrat
: or the same "ill
be I..i rred
Flh 'I al Mian rd
da J i i.....
11.: | vsHEE
A V'llti '
leatlon ol not e on
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12 -1J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THl
Keventm JUDICIAL CRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR
DADfc COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 741142
Be Batata of
til KAPLAN
rCEOF INTENTION TO MAKE
LICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
STICK lit hereby eiven that
hied Final it.i".n and r itll on
^Utributlon and Final Dtaohara"*
luMinlatratrUi "f th eatlUa
Kaplan. .1... t and thatj
nth .lav ..f December I 174 ;> n
to the Honorable Clrcull Judaee
mi.. Ootinty. VUtriO*
I Final Renort nn , I flnnl disohanre I A In
r II eati.....>f 'h ,'
id decedent. This LTth dai i
", ,mTy Sll V11KMAN
t a I -1 > BILVERMAN
Ruildina
..rlda
' l9 1/-t3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
ih.- underalaned, dealrlna to engage
In i.u:-.i.-- under u fl tltloui name
ol ORIHL'BLA'B APPLIANCES al
(04 .-' K Hialeah Di Hlali ah. Flor-
'." intend i. reaUti r said
with the ''Itrk f the < In u.i I "urt of
Dada Count} Florida
J. ~e A i Tiliu
j...... A, irlhuela. Jr.
;i 2t-S9 12 8-13
JOTICE UNDER FICTI'IOLS
NAME LAW
|(i-I.'K IS HEREBY OIVEN -hut
. .1 dt'sinna to --.Be
bu ;neM under lh.
MINORITY MEDIA OH *'?*"
,,|t VOLUNTARY K..J. Al-
i-MTV a! RS5 N E 135th
North Miami intends '.' re-
,r said name w.th the Clerlt Ot
circuit Curt o.' Dade county.
MOVE ENC
rton R Zemel
anl
Ite 111 1K6KI". N I'. 19lh Aviv
,umi Beach m-^ ^.^
IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO 74-22702
. \"i ;i:i.. \s" \.; \ \ ii by
I i- i> lie R" 'HE CASH '' I N I
i ntlffa.
\\k' M M I ItKS FT v i ET
NKWMAHK and Bl'SAX I
... v >\. .. ,i- the i in..
trustees if M \N"NY'S
! tRMERS M VRKET INC n
II atlon, and
IN J K iVK.
;.. rendanta.
Tl i'l '.' IN i K VTE
Id ulenci I '..' <
NOTICE OF ACTION
tot' ARE S< >TIFI ED thai an ac-
r othei
idi the I !! i Ina
I'..... '"u l Florida.
i i |, ti w fi thei
,i ...i | ; !I. |i :he West !
ITS GAR-
DENS AMENDED
the :.. thi of r.- o i
r .]. ,. of ihi I'ui li
le unlv V'-- i.
baa I I vou and i..u
are renulri l to serve i rop> "f your
i tctlon
, :. Ri IRERT 'Ii '1 DBN. KSQl'TRE.
,.. il In l-:
\ ... u Florida
; ..n or before the 27th day of
71 .i .1 file the i-rnrlnal
thi Clark this url either
el re nerrlce on nlatntlfl ittoraay
.. ,.,,. ...I..,., ty thi iftei tl '' -'
t I.. .:. I tcall il V"U
. (,. eji< dem ...i.i In tha coro-
\.;a.nt ..r i atll "ii ,
WITNR88 mi hai the seal of
. ..urt ..ii the i''tii flay ii Novem-
1 "..71
RICHARD P BRINKER
A- !'lerk of the <1>urt
By T D DELOADO
A- IH-nutv i-lerk
11/33-M 13/3-13
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit
of florida in and for
dade county
probate division
joseph nesbitt
probate no. 74-8043
In RE I
El IV Al'.l> s I SKIN
EDWARD A SA8XIN
di a .i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persona Hnv-
Ina Claim* oi Damanoa Aaalnal Said
Batate
You are hereby notified nd reaulr-
,.,i i oreaeni any clalm and de-
i which v..u mas have aminat
the .tat- ol EDWARD SA8KIN
. EDW MM' \ SABKIN laceaai d
; i ,.i, 'ounty, Florida, to the
i uii Juda. ol Dade County, and
hi -..in.- iii .lunlicHte and ai oro-
iJed Ii Section 733 16, Florida Btal -
:. in then m in the Counts'
Courthouae In Dade County, FlorlOa,
n f,.Ur calendar months from the
in,. ..f the tirst publication hereof,
the name will !" barred
:,t Miami. Florida, this 4th
duv ..i December. A l> t74
ISABEL A. BA8KIN
a- Executlii
First publication "f tin- notice on
the Mb -lav of n......mber *,,.
SHAPIRO FRIED. WEIL & SCHEbR
\|.,., i fl l'-tate
li ; l n. .In Road ..-
MJaml Beav h. Florida 3313* i: g.l3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74.7750 (Blanton)
In RE Batate of
CILBERT i: MILLER
d"'NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
t,, ah Creditor!" and Al! Person! Hay-
u Clalma or Damanda Af.ni.st Said
You*are hereby notified and reattlr-
ed to pn aanl anj olalmi and
i you nnv have ajrainal the ea-
tate "f Oil BERT 0 MILI ER dja.
; !,-,. of Dad" Countv. Horlda.
r uii Judaea ( Dade l i untv.
and file the name in duolii Hi ai aa
provluad In Section 1 l Florida
Statuti Hi' lr offl...... i oun-
iv Ci ui il '' In Dade c >ui t^ F or-
dar month
. ihi flral "til' n here-
"r*"i ..^
piled ..i Miami Florida, thla :.'"
i November A I'
liOLDIB Mil I r1'
Anclllan Executrix
First publication "( this n. tloa on
i.. |th i .v of Deceaaber, I 174.
Alnlee I! Ker.lie
I aw iKFICBH 'F
v'NSl BE R FFIiniE
Attorney for Qoldie Miller
1150 8W Flrat sir--suite 305.
MlajBL Florida 33130
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
,NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CirtCUiT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-3331!
GENERAL JUR'SDICT'ON
DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE Tl Marrtaa
i:i v. Al.!' .' U AGNER.
li 1. i!'
QENEV1E\ E WAONER.
M
Tl OENEVIEVE WAONER
H ttenh. u
Baltimore. Man
Y'T ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a petition for Dl ui t youi
i has bi : fill i "ommi ne-
ed in iii-. "in an i ou iu
.,, -,.-' op> '. ^ OUI '
r any. ti i : I
8CH IE1RER i:-'.1 HI IER *
SCHltEIUER attoi Petitionei
lr.
Str. .-t. n irth Miami Rea la
rlth the
I ye styleil
bel n !' emh. r .: :
default will bi vou
prayed for In tl
i i......' oei "it ,, ,
notice shall be nul
... i n
,n the JEWISH i'l-1 RIDI '."
WITNES8 my hand ind '
.f -., i court al Miami K i an
thla 1 5th 'lav "f Novi mbei ''71
RICHARD 1' RRINKER.
A- Clerk rcuit Cou't
I lade '"iin' v. Florida
iiv .' p .'. iPELAN '
a- Depute Clerk
fCli u C urt Seall
ER & BCHREIBER
ii \
North Miami Beai h, Florid i I
ney for Petll i
' ''r '"' : ...
11 22-23 12 8-13
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
,NO PROP=RTVi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
C'VIL ACTION NO '-i-".-43
GENERAL JURISDICT'ON
OIV'S'ON
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
THE M VMM VM-: >F
UEOROE KLL8WORTH BD ARD&
Hi. hai d
and
DORIS DELl'CA EDWARDS.
To- DORIS DEI CCA EDWARDS
IT4S Lyme Vvenue.
Brooklyn, Si Vork 11814 .....
Yi 'f KBX HEREBY NOI
.i | petition for Dlaaolutlon of vour
MarTlaae has heen filed and commenc-
ed in this .our' nnd vou are required
.,, perve copy of vour written fle-
fenaaa, if any. to it on David It
Weissman. Ks.iulre "f WOI.F and
BCHONINOER. PA. attorney for
Petitioner whose address Is Suite ."-
nmdeland Towers. M"" South Dade-
land Boulevard. Miami. Florida
and file the oriainal with the elerk
i.f the ahove stvled court "n or before
December 50 1374; otherwlae a de-
fault will be entered airainst you for
the relief prayed for In the com-
plaint .>r petition .....
Tins notice shall be oublUI l mce
each week for four eon.....ut.ve weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and th. eal
of iald court al Miami. Florida on
thin U'h dav of December 1974
RICH VHP P BRINKER
a- Clerk, Clrcull
Dude Countv. Florida
By n J Fi'Y
As Deputy Clerk
(Clrcull Court Seal! ..,
DAVID R WEIS8MAN. ESQ MIE
w.H.l- and BCHONINOER P A.
Suite 7 '_' Dadeland Towera
in South Dadeland Boulevard
Miami Florida 381 S3
Att.iniev for Petitioner Hii-1 I
-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-7715
FRANK B. DOWLING
In i:k Batata of
A8HER WINZWIO
di-,eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Ajralnal Said
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to preaenl any clalma and demands
which v"u in.ii have aaaln*) the e-
tM of A8HER WINZWIO de-
reaaed late of Dade County. Florida.
t,, the Clrcull Judaea of Dade Count v.
and file the tame In uuvllcati ana aa
provided In Section T38 la. Florida
, in tin ir officea In the oun-
tv Courthouae In Dade Countv. nor-
Ida. Within four calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
,.f or .mi. u III be barred
Filed al Miami. Florid i. thll
November A 1> 1974
OBRSHON S Mil tXR
Aa Executor
publication ( this j dice on
., day "f December. 1374.
'.,,n S Mll'er
Attornei fi r I.......lent'a B
j load. M laml Beach
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
NO. 74-34175
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN UK:
- '
FRANK OH \i..\ I.u
IM.i'lSK ORAL V wife
TO BLOISE CtRALA
181 EVA DRIVE
CLARK8\ M.l E. TEN> ,';-', '
YOI ARE HE IEBY
i
... cop> of
\ ..ui..... defena.
. ii a. !1 ;.ll i}
for Petll
OCEAN DRIVE IAL1 I
r i...
. .url
i.
a default w 'il he '."U
..... om-
it .|i.
m;ss ii- : r and M
said com
...ill .la. of N 1974.
RICHA1 RINKER.
A Clei Clr u oui i
Dade i u da
U\ C '' CO]
, pui I
ull i' iurt S
11-28
NOTICE OF ^TION
CONSTRUCTIVE SFRViCE
(NO PROPERTV.
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DALIE
COUNTV.
C'VIL ACT:ON NO -J-34'vO
z.CTION FOR DISS"il UTION
OF CARRIAGE
IN RE Thi Mai
REBECC \ J TYSi N.
Wife,
and
MIKEI. R ''"'">' >N.
i iusi
TO MIKBL R TYS" >N
, H P TYSON
Route '
lite, Oklal oma
TOI AhE HEH IT \W|
thai an a. tlon for D I Mar-
i1
you ;n' "
*
i il a iBNE I.EMLICH, nl I I
I-, -ii |i ni wh .-.lr, |i 272 W
!':. ah r SI reet, ''.

'
nary I
u
I.- n oi
i
I on...
. I ..... i weeka
In T"l' JEWISH FI iRIDIAN
WITNESS nd thi
url Miami Florida on this
daj Novembi ".' I
RICHARD P BRINKER
\ i i..i ;, ir ull 'urt
11 if, Count' '"
Rv: A I> WADB
A 1 lenul' Clerk
c 'ircuit Ci ii-' 8
INK 1 KM! H II
\ riaalei sti
!
At tor net r 1 I mer
1! 23 ]: 13-33
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 71 "?8?4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE The Man
1.. .I PRANK I IN rHARP.
Petitioner. Hurhand
and
g Y..\ E rHARP.
Real i 'Vlfe
Tl 81'ZAN ">: THARP
Realdi _.__
YOI' AR1 NOTIFIED
tha' i Petition for I M tr-
, | it you in
i '

'
,
14th ui iliam
and file tl......! i al a-.- r It '
the
r I '
,- default
ou
[>ATE1

RICH IRDF fKER


j-.v oi.. Lia
\ I pui '
Courts. ,
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTpUfTll"r 'coVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION
NO. 74.34061
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IN RE
PETITH iN I >F
NATHANIEL B ROBINSON
Ti': Wll I IE JORDAN JR.
|{.-siiler'. I'pknou n
TOU ARE HEREBY vkTIFIED
<'..' a Petition for a ml oi ta h.-n
filed aitalnal "" ..'"i >"" are requir-
ed t" serv. a i-opy of your written
defi uses. any II on Mar-in
Starr, attorney for Petitioner, whose
address 120- Lli 'In Road. Mian i
Beach. Florida ind file the
orla nal M the clerk of the above
s'v|...| court on ..r befbn Bi euhar
oi 1074 otherwlae a default will
be enter..l aaainal i --.i for the rellel
.'.mi-.!. i in th.....mplaini or pi tl-
This notice shall be nuhllshe.l ..in >
each week fm four maecutlve weeks
In the JEWISH Fl ORIDIAN
WITNESS my land and the seal
of sni.l court at Miami. Florida on
'his 86th da' "f Noveml..... i1"4.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerfc. Clrcull court
Dade countv. Florida
By: I.. SNEEDBN
As Denutv Clerk
(Circuit Court Se ii'
MARTIN STARR
4L'n Idncoln Road
Miami llen.-h Florida SSI S3
Attorney for Iv,.t,oner;> ^ 6i,_:fl
NuTILE UNUER
FICTITIOUS NAVE L.AW
'. is ilErtEB^ II N th 't
th. undu !
.. nal ;f
:
\ lEIAWA
s 'A 3rd A
cirt-iPt Cou
S-I-MK.NT
- ', 'M.l ISCH
. ,v is invest: knt
|\ ICE8. INC .....
T
Y
\* it 11 i in i- ..... _
THE iM iRA s-
I-,-, ini >M1C i ::\ I
KI'R is- ;l ^ '
r" r THE CORPOR ION
iNOMl' ':
: 12 6-1
NO' ICF UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
NOTICE IS ;,'-N :,t
,. ,. ... |, ra am d di alrii a to naaare in
inder the flctltloua name or
R, i.. ri Park, r a-- numoer
ii \ :: Flral Avenue. the > Ity of
Miam Fl .rlda. li tendj l rea 'he
ante with the Hark iftlej ir-
,u.t Courl of Dade Counts 'r!';'
Dated at Miami. Florida this i"n
da> "V November, 1074
ROBERT PARKER
Mi aal Ralchman
Attorney for Applicant
!>"S:. S W 4a S'reet
Mi,mi. Florida UTI-U-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'hit
the underelarned. dealriua to .n>t*a
in business under the fictltieua naana
, f PAN AMERK AN FXPORT CO.
tnnt in.- al 1118 W. list Terrace.
M'ami intend.- tc realater Raid name
wltr th.- Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade i *ountv Fl. rlda
ITAl..' CAMPAONA
U rjj.JJ I! 'I-1J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-S5M
JOSEPH NESBITT
In RE: Estate of
DAVID MAKKItRKITER
deceasi d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Oedltora ..nd \': Peraona Hav-
tiB claim- "i il in.mi- Aaainal Bud
E tate
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to preaenl anv laima and demanda
whlck vou v aaralnat the ea-
,.f DAVID MARKBREITER de-
ed lati '1 '."I'' '-"Ull" l-'l"
.., i 'ir, nu Judrei l> id* l .untv.
and ':! thi imi lunllcati ..'
pro. di .1 In Se "' : Fl
Slain--- In thi '
... irlhous. Counti I
,in. .. ithln f. ui lar mm thi
the timi it ion 1
of. or the earn i red
Filed I
i.. mber. A I> 1974
OIZE1 l A M VRKBRE1TER
A- '
publication of this l
th* th .lav of December M*74
and
. nt.. H Rerko i". i
isoi Dade Boulevard
Miami Beach. Florida :3!3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR CADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
NO. 74-33901
In re the marrlnae of:
JCNE ANN TI'BNER
Wife Petitioner
ALEXANDER JAMES TORNaW
Hll-l'and Resnondetit
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO V EXANDERJAMESTUBNEB
\ il arris
\ I I
Hoi'.v .....I. "allfoi nia ^^r_,__
Y.T ARK HEREBY NOTIFII-.O
.. lion for Dlaaolutlon of Mar-
. has been filed aaainal vou and
you are required to serv earn oi
your written defenaea if any. to it
.. LOUIS QLAZER. attomay tor Pe-
...... whoae addrew la 11TI1 Bla-
ulevard N. rtl M imi Elor-
and file the on-'-.'l with The
Clerk if the above etyled ourt on or
. JANTART 1373; "t'l-rw;
jUdKment may he entered naainat you
for th.- re lef demanded in the com-
pl lr -...illrt
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
Mid court at Miami Florida, on thia
""nd day "f Novemher. 1*74.
RICHARD P rtTMXKEK
As Clerk. Cln m" Curt
r.\ niX>RIA Kl.IiS
\- n.-nutv Clerk
(Circuit Court Beall
11 ;.i 12 C-IS-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the nnderautned, deeirtna to cnanae
in business under the flctltloua name
f Ti M '"l.l ECTION ASSOCIA-
TION .' ":"''" Blacavne Rouleyard. Mi-
l-'lorida '. ".v-'.-r
the i ir-
,iii- C or' ef I'a.L- 'ii Floi .da
,.,,. PRODUCTS
INC
Mv.r- Kaplan. 1 1 K, nin
Hv i ieorce R Rlcharde
\- M
v I' la
'" :: ,n' 11 M-31 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
'.. eua-iKe in
under the fi. titvus name of
. >F DAVID YOUNG 'K.\ isll
-us.-, H i.;< i iri .i p nooln Rd.
tu Mi..in !' I In-
tend to realsier said name With the
of the Cln un Court Pf Dade
Florida
MAYER Al.TMAV
DARRY1. NRMEIl
11 It 12/8-13-20


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CONTAINER
SERVICE APPETIZER DEPT.
AVAILABIE AT STORES HAVING SERVICE COUNTERS.
ALL LUNCH MEAT CHEESE SLICED TO ORDER
ROAST BEEF
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Creamed Cottage Cheese1 ST 49
FLEISCHMANN S UNSALTED QUARTERS
Sweet Margarine 13 87'
FLO SUN
FRESH SEAFOOD DEPT.
AVAILABIE ONLY AT STORES HAVING
SEAFOOD SERVICE COUNTERS
Orange Juice 3 SEE M
WONDERFUL BAKED GOODS
BAKED GOODS MADE WITH PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING
MACKEREL *C BREAD
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Freshly Smoked Sable m*V*
DANISH IMPORTED
Muenster Cheese T 89e
ODEN IMPORTEO
Iceland Cheese ?." 79c
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