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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 20, 1974

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 20, 1974

Subjects

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:02394

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Preceded by:
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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Six Florida radio stations halt hate programs
The Florida Regional Office of
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith has announced that
six Florida radio stations will bo
affected by the decision of the
Mutual Broadcasting System to
stop making available to its 600
affiliates I daily radio program
from the Liberty Lobby.
According to George Bern-
stein, chairman of ADL'a Execu-
tive Committee, a seventh Mutual
station. WORL in Orlando, had
dropped the Liberty Lobby pro-
cram seveFal Weeks ago.
A SPOKESMAN for WORI.
said they stopped airing the
broadcasts after becoming
"aware of the nature of the or
Sanitation."
Liberty Lobby, a far-right
propaganda apparatus charged by
the Anti Defamation League with
using its daily radio program to
peddle anti-Semitism, has said
that as a result of ADL's dis-
closures. Mutual Broadcasting
System will no longer make the
five minute show available to .:
600 affiliates.
"A Victory for the ADL"
the way Liberty Lobby's Dec
ber report to contributors de-
scribed Mutual's termination of
Continued on Page 9-A
UewisJi Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 47 Number 51
Miami, Florida Friday. December 20, 1974
Be i MaU Two Sections
Price 25 cents
Senate Presses for Israel Commitment
By JOSEPH POI AKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA)Seventy-one Senators have
urged President Ford to reaffirm the U.S. commitment
to the survival and integrity of Israel and to mobilize th?
allies of the United States toward returning the United
Nations to the principles of its charter.
In a letter to the President disclosed at a news con-
ference hoi", the bipartisan bloc representing 42 states
and almost three-quarters of the Senate, d-clared that
the Senators were "deeply disturbed by the UN vote to
give recognition to the Palestine Liberation Organisation
and by the spectacle of Western cynicism, apathy and dis-
unity."
THEY ALSO said that the UNESCO decision to with-
Soviets Agreed to Emigration
For 35,000 Annually Sapir
POLICY CHANGE
'Voice'
Goes Soft
On Reds
NEW YORK i JTA) The
Voice of America, which sin
the end of Wor.d War 11 ha i
played a major role in pi n trat
.ii- the iron curtain, has substan-
tially tomd down its reporting
on Communist countries, Time
Magazine reports.
In an interview with Time,
James Keogta, director of the
rsiA, which supervises the ac-
tivities of the Voice of Am rica,
says that detente Ilk required a
change in VOA policil
THE VOICE ol \m rica is
not an international NBC or
I BS," Keogh is quoted as say-
ing
"Our program managers must
be sensitive to U.S. policy as
enunciated by the President an-1
the Secretar) of State. Thai
policy is that we do not interfere
in the Internal affairs of other
countries. We're nOl in the bu :
ess of trying to provoke r*vo
l.itions."
The new red icy. as sfated by
Continued on Page II A
r. DAVID LANDAU
JERUSA1 F.v _(JTA)- Pinhas
Saj ir i ha rman of the .'
Agency Execul e si id he learn
his r< cent tour of the
United States thai Sovii I
ties had agreed to an annual
Jewish en igr I >.. rate ex ceding
the record 35 000 of 1973 but
never agreed t. the reperte I
figure of i>0.Wti or any other spe-
cific numb (T
IK said his information came
I om first hand sources in the
' S. including S in. Jacob K.
Javits (R N.Y I who was lircc*
l\ involved in negotiations
ing U.S Soviet trade with liber-
alized emigration practices.
sapir. who spoke to editorial
staff members of the Jerusalem
Post, said he expected 40.coo im-
migrants from the Soviet Union
next \ear if the U.S. Congress
pas es th.' Trade Reform Act.
He predicted lhat the majority
of the newcomers would be from
Continued on Page 13 A
hold assistance to Israel is a "shameful example of the
transformation of the international humanitarian organi-
zation into a political weapon."
The letter said, "These recent events dramatized
need for the t nited States to take the lead in organi/
our friends and allies to resist political and economic
blackmail in the future."
At the news conference of
nine Of the Senators Sen. Jau'I
K. Jh\ its. (R NY.' i leader
' movement for the Senate
lion, disclosed thai Secretary of
State Henry A. Kissinger bad
told the Sena'- Foreign ! tions Committee on Dec. 4 that
"we have never suggested to Is-
rael that it negotiate with
PI.O as Ion- as the PLO has not
. < . v e ol Isi a I."
JAVITS DISCLOSED t
statement when he was asked
what the Administration's po>i-
Continued on Page 6 A
SIN. J WITS
Congress Racps Measures
Against Adjournment
SEN. WEICKER DECLARES
We Didn't Need Suez
--We Don't Need Oil
ll> JOSEPH POLAKOFF
\VASl!l.\(iTc\ (JTAi Sen. :> Weil.....R C I
has urged the United States to impose a total cu b on oil imports
from Arab countries and begin fuel rationing for Ameiicans.
Weicker said the embargo
would end Arab "blackmail," as
we'l as help combat inflation,
lower fuel pikes and cost- i I
utilities,
"THE ARABS will be left
with their oil as they were with
the Indispi nsabw Suez Canal,"
lie said.
"The world progressed with-
out the Suez Canal, and it can
progress without Arab oil."
Weicker made his comments
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Wi h .nicely a week remain-
ing before its expected adjourn-
i ent, thi 93rd Congr* as is rush-
ing three pieces of legislation of
major importance to Israel and
lei Jewry,
rhese are the Trade Reform
L'iil m ith its pio\ ism on Soviet
emigration pi a< rices, the I .-
port-Import Bank funding that
limits loans to the Soviet Un
as a test ol its practices
emigration and the Foreign A Id
Bill with funding for Israel and
five Arab st,lie- among othei >
and a total ban on UJ5. conti
Inn ions to UNESCO which !
Continued on Page 8-A
after re eh ng the 1974 Distin-
guished Service Award from the
Antl Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith at its dinner at the
Century Plaza Hotel in Los An-
The Senator also urged a U.S.
recommitment to support Is-
rael, a theme advocated as well
by Sen. Alan Cranston (D.,
Continued on Page 15-A
Vatican's Capucci Stand
Draws Angry Reaction
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) Offi-
rial sources here reacted sharply
Dec, I' to the Vatican's expres
.ion of "profound grief and re-
gret" o\er the prison sentence
imposeo oy a Jerusalem court on
Greek Catholic Archbishop Milla
rion Capucci.
FROM STATE DEPARTMENT AND PENTAGON
Pressure on for Concessions
SHEIKH YAMANI
nothing will help
WASHINGTON President
Ford has returned from Mar-
tinique and talks with President
of France Valery Giscard D'E.s-
taing aimed at bringing the two
nations closer together on means
of coordinating a western stand
against rising oil prices.
The Organization of Petrole-
um Exporting Countries met lat"
last week in Vienna and an
nouneed a new rise in the price
of a barrel of oil.
AT THE same time. Washing
ton syndicated columnist Jack
Anderson reported a growing dis-
satisfaction both in the Pentagon
and at th Stj'e Department with
what top American officials ar.^
calling Israels "hard line"
again t a peace .settlement in the
Middle Fast.
According to Anderson, "The
Continued on Page 15 A
Th" s ur r ited that the
.. men! by Vatican spokesman
Federico Allesandrini, "made no
tion or any condemnation of"
the offenses for which the West
1;. nk THESE INCLUDED smuggling
arms to terrorists in I-T.acl. main
tabling contact* w'th terrorists
in Israel, maintaining contact-
wiih t rrorist" in Lebanon an--}
rendering service? ti an illegal
organization,
The official -.-.i--'-'; said the-
diH not want t > view the Vati-
(in's *>< Tit '.- ->-i indication
of sympi.thy by the Holy S
wth : v actions rf a min who
aided and ah tt tivitii
Referring to Allesandrini'!
charge that t1':' rentencing a'
Capucci had injured the reput..
iwt\ nr iift d rael) "where
the leaders of religious commun.-
Continued on Page 13-A


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Friday, December 20, 1974
m
Gerald A, Lewi&Keynoter At
Home's 28th Annual Meeting
The Hon. Gerald A. Lewis.
Florida State Comptroller-elect.
Will be the giiost speaker at the
28th annual meeting of the Miami
Jewish Home and Hospital for
the Aged at Douglas Gardens. 151
NE 52nd St. Sunday at 2 p.m.
in the Ruby Auditorium.
Dr. Irving I ehrman, board
rn mber of the Home and rabbi
of Temple Emanu-El, will open
the program by delivering the in-
vocation. Judge Irving Cypen,
rary president of Douglas
Gardens, will serve as chairman
f< r the day.
C I. Jacob M. Arvey will de-
liver the President's Report,
highlighting a new milestone in
rvicea admintal
by Douglas Gardens." These new
services include the Outpatient
Mental Hr.ilth Center and the
City of Miami Senior Adult Day
Center which have been created
to offer supportive services to
our senior citizens
MIAMI CITY Commissioner
R e Gordon will speak of the
Home's joint venture with the
of Miami in developing the
- first senior adult day
Center. This program will '
on Jan. 2 and provide a full
" of social, recreational and
suoportive services to partici-
Jews Rebuff
Choice Of
Israel Home
V1FWA tJTA) Only 600
out of 1.700 Jewish emigranti
itted to leave the Soviet
I'nion vemher went to Israel. Jewish
sources report here.
They said 1.100 of the emigres
h ft the Israel bound group a*
soon as they reached Vienna, and
ir.o-t of them applied for visas
to other countries.
IT WAS the largest number of
Soviet Jews to remain in Vienna
in any single month, according
to the sources.
They said that during the fir-'
.nths of this year, a total
of 16.044 lews were permitted tc
leave the Soviet I'nion.
T re has been no noticeable
I rish departures
froi the I SSH r -suiting I

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suring daily dietary require-
ments.
Located in Legion Memorial
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from 9:00-5:00 daily, and trail -
portation will be available to and
from the Center for those requir-
ing this service.
The Douglas Gardens Outpa-
tient Mental Health (.'enter
ed lest June 3, with the purpose
of fore.-talling and hopefully pre-
venting institutionalization of the
elderly.
THE PROGRAM, which oper-
ates in the Home's Gordon Medi-
cal Center, is funded by the Dad
County Mental Health Beard and
provides complete psychiati.e
and psychological counseling a-
well as occupational therapy to
hundreds of Miami elderly on an
outpatient basis.
As a result of this creative and
innovative program, many elder-
ly have been able to remain In
the community, thus obviating
the necessity for institution
tion. This unique program is i
first fir any geriatric institution
in this county
The meeting will also include
th i election of Sidnej Aronoi its
Harold Beck, Morns Futernick,
Solomon Garati, Mrs. D mai i
in, Arthur Pearlman, Mrs
Robert Russell and Sej
Weil itein to the board of di-
rectors.
A special nemorial tribute
to Baron deHirsch Meyer
be presented by past president,
long-time friend and law partner
Leo Rose. Jr. Mrs. Au|
Sc ilesinger, | ressdenl of the
Hi m i Residents' Council w ill
al-x) address an expecteed over-
flow croud in the Home's Ruby
Auditorium
The meeting is cpen to the
public.
HELP DOUGLAS GARDENS
WITHOUT SPENDING A DIME!
Funds earned by the Miami Jewish Home and Hospital
for the Aged Thrift Shop at 7300 NW 27th Avenue,
in Miami, are an important part of the Home's operat-
ing income.
Won't you he!p the Home today by contributing items
for resale at the Thrift Shop?
Do you have furniture, appliances, bedding, cameras,
clothing, sporting goods or any other saleable mer-
chandise which you no longer need or can use?
Do you know someone, a friend or a neighbor, who is
redecorating? Ferhaps a hotel, an apartment house.
Tell them about our Thrift Shop.
Douglas Gardens has serious financial needs since 65o
of its 222 residents a'e public welfare recipients. With
increased operating costs, and public assistance pay-
ments in Florida the lowest of ill states, the Home
urgently needs vour help to maintain its high quality
care. May we count on your support?
Just phone 696-2101 and arrange for our truck to pick
up your merchandise.
And remember contribution* to the Thrift Shop
are tax deductible.
The Douglas Gardens family residents, Board and
staff thank you.
AARON KRAYITZ
MJKHA Vice President
Chairman
Thrift Shop Committee
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Friday, December 20, 1974
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Movie Theatre
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Terrorists Carried
Forged Passports
TEL AVIV (JTA) District Police Chief David Offer
said here that the terrorist whose grenade-throwing rampage
in a crowded Tel Aviv movie house Dec. 11 took three lives
including his own, was car-
I L DDAlHv\1 rying a passport which was
I Ml IIUK I > Tl believed to have been forged.
The attack injured 58 per-
sons, some of them seriously.
Ajlll The army meanwhile has
set up a commission of in-
quiry to look into security
I> L" I \|| \ I 111V arrangements at movie the-
IIT I ll,l;\ llu.l aters. Guards have been
posted at movie theaters for
the past few years, but usually limit themselves to inspecting
parcels and women's handbags.
The guard at the theater apparently did not become sus-
picious of the coat the terrorist was wearing because many
;>eople were wearing coats due to the cold, rainy weather.
The attack was the first fatal terrorist assault in Israel's
largest city since 1971, when a grenade exploded in Tel Aviv's
central bus terminal. Police cordoned off Dizengoff Square and
kept furious crowds at bay as some enraged spectators demand-
ed vengeance.

ALLON SAYS TALKS WITH FLO IS OUT
WASHINGTON (JTA) Israeli Foreign Minister Yigal
Allon said here that "without the infamous resolution in the
UN on the so-called PLO and the disastrous summit at Rabat,
we might have been in the hopeful negotiations, at least for an
interim agreement with Kgypt" and to "give the Palestinians
the opportunity to express their identity within a peaceful con-
text."
Allon made the remark in reply to questions after he
addressed more than 100 diplomatic correspondents at a lunch-
eon sponsored by the Overseas Writers Club here.
"We are not going to negotiate with the so-called PLO
not because they pretend to be Palestinians but because it is
a roof for splinter organizations united by one idea, the elimi-
nation of the State of Israel." Allon declared.
But he indicated that Israel did not rule out negotiations
with Palestinians. "Thank God there are other Palestinians,"
he said, adding that Israel would accept their expressions of
identity in a constructive way. He did not elaborate on who
the "other Palestinians" are.

ISRAELI JETS HIT EL FATAH BASE
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israel Air Force jets attacked a
combined El Fatah training base and PLO headquarters south
of Beirut on Dec. 12 and returned safely to their bases, a
military spokesman announced.
He said the planes scored direct hits on the tarRets which
were Isolated from inhabited areas. According to reports from
Beirut air raid warning! sounded in the Lebanese capital and
telephone communications were ruptured south of city.
The air attack lasted a quarter hour, the military spokes-
man said. He described the target as a large construction in a
plantation area far removed from the nearest refugee camps
in Zabra, a suburb of Beirut, thereby refuting a Beirut report
that a refugee camp had lwen bombed.
According t>> the s|>okesman, Israeli pilots said the target
Wta defended by Soviet-made portable ground-to-air missiles of
the "Strella" or SAM-7 tyi>e.

l.S. REAFFIRMS POSITION ON UN
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) United States Ambassa-
dor John Scali reaffirmed here that the UN was being tyran-
nized by a new majority seeking unrealistic and impossible
goall and that the world organization was losing the confi-
dence of the American people and others as a result.
Seal! made hta remarks in a statement issued here after
Third World delegates sharply attacked the earlier criticism
leveled by the U.S. and West European delegations.
As we seek to strengthen the performance of the UN, I
hope we can concentrate more on meaningful dialogue rather
than oratory," the U.S. envoy said.
Responding to an accusation made by the Algerian Am-
bassador, Alxlcl-latif Rahal, that his peech was an exercise in
public relations. Scali said that anyone who seriously believed
that misjudged the mood of the American people.
The attack on the American and European positions was
led off by the Algerian envoy who rejected the "extravagant
warning" made by the U.S. and its allies.
He defended the move by the General Assembly's Presi-
dent. Abdelaziz Bouteflika of Algeria, in limiting Israel's par-
ticipation in the Palestine debate.
Referring to "the delegation in question" without mention-
ine Israel by name. Rahal accused Israel of showing contempt
for the General Assembly and trying to upset its proceedings.
He said that those delegations rebelling against the new ma-
jority were previously the majority themselves.
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PROGRAM TO INCLUDE
SPECIAL MEMORIAL TRIBUTE
TO BARON deHIRSCH MEYER
Sunday
December 22nd, 1974
2:00 P.M.
Ruby Auditorium Douglas Gardens
151 N.E. 52nd Street, Miami, Florida
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THE HOME IS A:
Benefficiary Agency of:
Greater Miami Jewish Federation and United Way of Cade County
Member Agency of:
American Associaton of Homes for the Agng, America Hospital Association,
Florida Association of Homes for the Aging, Florida H itol Associaton,
National Association of Jewish Homes for the Aged, South Florida Hospital
Council and the Health Planning Council of South Floi i
Accredited:
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals
Social Security Administration as S.N.F. under Medic?
Social Security Administration as Hospital under Med
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Licensed By State of Florida as:
Skilled Care Nursing Home
HOSPITAL Geriatric
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Friday, December 20. 1974
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Master Plan for Exodus
Jewish Agency Executive Chairman! tinjjps Sapir's
report that the Soviet Union acceded to an annual exit of
Soviet Jews to the tune of 35,000 not 60,000 is in-
teresting for two reasons.
One is that Sapir has finally touched on the most
dangerous aspect of the master plan for a Jewish exodus
from Moscow's Egypt.
We have talked about it often enough in the past
and been criticized often enough for doing just that and
nothing elsa as ii our being silent about it would make
it go away.
And that is that inevitably there would come a time
when the number of Jews willing to leave Russia but not
co to Israel would pose an embarrassmsnt for Israel and
for diaspora Jewish leaders engineering the exodus.
The other problem Sapir's report highlights is that,
already, the nations of the world those bastions ol
freedom in the west are reacting to the refusal of Soviet
Jews arriving in Vienna to go to Israel by putting up walls
around the possibility of emigration to their countries.
The Lesson Hasn't Been Learned
Take Belgium. Take West Berlin. Take all those mar-
velous democratic societies put to the torch by the Nazi
beast we saved from utter destruction in World War II.
Now, suddenly, up go the bars to Jews who might
want to find freedom in their bosoms.
Then, take the U.S. The U.S. itself eventually will
close its doors to these Jews, Sapir is now warning that
U.S. that turned the St. Louis away, but opened its heart
to Cuba, for example without end.
We are delighted that our country took in refugees
from Cuba. In this, many of us saw the fruits of a bitter
lesson we had learned in the Nazi era.
We had learned in Cuba the lesson we refused to
practice in Hitler's Germany that a nation founded on
the hallowed principles of freedom can not turn its shoul-
der to the principles of freedom without doing violence
to itself.
But if Sapir is right, then apparently we didn't learn
the lesson after all.
Like the benighted Europeans, those ancient bigots
whose "culture" we worship, we are prepared to turn
cway new St. Louises, after airlifting refugees from Ha-
vana.
All of which is by way of saying nothing has chang-
ed. When it comes to Jews, the "enlightened" world's en-
itenrrenl somehow manages to flicker and burn out.
Mount Sinai's Achievement
Saturday night at the Fontainebieau Hotel, the com-
munity will join leaders of the Mount Sinai Medical Cen-
ter tc celebrate the Center's silver anniversary occasion.
This wiil be a stellar event, bringinq together some
cf the outstanding personalities in South Florida's civ.
and philanthropic activities who have been with Mount
Su ai irom its very modest beginnings back in December,
1949, ct th2 7A Hospital's Nautilus Hotel on Collins Island.
Since that time and that hand me-down place acquir
ed from the federal government for a 258-bed institution.
Mount Sinai has grown to its present imposing institution
cvorlooking Biscayne Bay.
The struggle to aspire, to develop and to achieve
has not been an easy one.
Today, Mount Sinai is a distinguished name among
medical research facilities: its renowned Tumor Clinic, the
Center's School of Practical Nursing, Out-Patient Pavilion
in which 50 clinics give aid to some 50,000 medically indi-
gent persons a year. Nuclear Medicine Division, Medical
Library and Cyclotron Complex (in 1972, it became the
world's fifth), and so many others.
This development from the dream a quarter cf a cen-
turj ago has been truly an astonishing one, with its untold
m^dic^l benefits to the South Florida community.
A Scholarship Dinner
The Greater Miami Hebrew Academy 27th annual
scho.arship dance Sunday evening at the Diplomat Hotel
will be a fine opportunity for supporters ot tne ah cluv
Onhodox school to turn out in force and give further evi-
dence of their dedication to the institution.
For 27 years now, the Hebrew Academy has been a
symbol in South Florida of educational excellence in tra-
ditional Judaism.
Since its auspicious fcundina, the Academy has
grown to embrace a curriculum thiouah high school level,
in which students can get the best of both worlds: solid
educational experience in both Jewish and general studies.
Traditionally, throughout the years, Hebrew Academy
pupils have led the field in academic excellence among
county public schools, and the Jewish spirit and knowl-
edge it inculcates in its student body are beyond reproach.
At Sunday's celehration. Academy leaders will be
honored for the supporting role they have played in help-
ool achieve its pi seal level cf eminence.
Food and the Super-Peqpl
es
"* these days is something like
betting your head against h
stone wall. It feels so good when
you stop.
World events are that bad.
IN OXK Sunday morning's 10-
minute session with the paper,
I read about President Ford's
exercise In futility his meet
In with French President Val-
crj Gisoard D'Estaing in M
Unique to decidi it deci ling

* f "?
I
e shock. meKractfr

to Bo something to mcf, the .
pact of the Arab nil war on thy
tndustrlalistd nations.
Next spring not now. n it
tomorrow or next week or evei
next montn. but next spring at
the earliest.
this should suit the F:
fine, who haven't clone a i
[ndochina other than i
tetraj friends and slum'
shoes of enemies
IT SHOULD also suit P i .
Ford, whose sin ii i
that he procrastinates bel .
tng nothing, hut that he I
yet learned to be eloquent
it.
Then there was the
about Egypt Foreign Mlnistei
.; Fahmi, who delivered
lent Sadat's latest u tin
turn as a prelude to peace i
Middle East
What Israel must do Is l
prohibit all further populate
expansion fur the next 50
both by immigration and nat-
ural increase
THE MOSCOW-enginearcd
nee here is brilliant.
The Jackson-Mills-Vanik Ii ;.
i- lation is now an essei l
accomplished fact, and the S
viets have their Most Favored
Nation trade status provided
they accede to a reasonah!. | ,
sized le\el of Jewish and other
minority emigration from
workers' paradise.
If not in this session of Con
greet, then certainly in the next
night after the holidays.
Despite the precipitous fa
the number of Jews arrivii
Vienna these days who opt for
transfer to Israel (they e* -
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COMMENT
1 .ast we i : It
< isior !IS "'' -
i tioi ITial
en In on "it
tlie state i
intellectual Inte i si di\ e
to a column oi ate of oui
im ." s from a ie-
Thi Is as J ii.i
know, a nalion ol \e:.. i. i
l eo| ie statists ally.
As | ne ni ed on!) e id
the bi< niiial i : : e-~,. .
i io s < ens | i ed bj
tianit; Toda.." ('l the .">.."> n en
and women who will make up
the U.S. House ot Ri presenta-
lives and Senate, ji si six i -1
themselves as "unaffiliated," al-
!i one might have *
sus| icion about the IT who
merelj clain to be "Protest int"
since tlien are su man) denom-
inations undei that heading with
i .iii.i <. i urging Irom Amerii in
; .i 11-' to Si \eniu-i >;i. Uapl i-i
miiI hundifus in betwei n.
si ti i< r ri i state that, as
.i result there ai e mote Ro nan
i atholics i'.-. two
Is, than an; otlli i ('hiis-
1 i.iII gioup,
ii there is one pla< e where
i" s aifiliaiii ii will have
little elii-i i on noclnl eon* n
in it would seem to be I
94th i ongre
Take the Bu| lists (alpha! et-
i'-a'lvi v iiu ,"i7 repre
of the peopl In the Senati it
I oasts eh io'lsi'i \.iii\es ss
''' i ol No th Can nn
an ol Arkansas and Thur-
mond ol South Carolina, and
lone liberal, Ifatfii
gon.
In the Ho ise 11 I with
most I; Son thi
II i the Is tl ,. i
lion ol I'.i ba i J i
ind Fi I
i\
so it GOES, tliroHgh evei
denomination. The Presh teri-
.ins have their litx
nda tbeii .. \a-
Stennis, Brw k: an
i etweens Ja I si n, 11
Birch Bayh i- a Mi I
and s is .'are- astlan Pi >x-
Is an K] iscii; :i ian an
Iwatei
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pi thi
Vnd to ii r ir> an error ~n
ii t some nv i am Rep.
in "ni.. n ol Maine tuns
n t to be r I'nitarian. which Is
close enough.
thkkks \ hew llbei il
amonp the C ithnlics, Ie !
b Fat he Drinan hi there's
always a James Bui kley Onl\
bv EDWARO (OilIN
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those who feel that
i- in the hands of evil
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there wo ikl seem t<
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Volume 47
Decembei 20. 1974
Numbsr 51
6 TEVETH :


Friday, December 20, 1974
+Jmi*l>norMHr
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Aral) Reaction to Swiss Move Says it All
EDITOR. The Ifwtt Floridian:
For 30 years, the Arabs have
proclaimed their civilized inten-
tions to secularize Israel so that
Arabs. Jews and Christians COU d
live side by side in peace and
harmony.
They have protested time and
time again that they arc not anti-
Jewish. onl> oppoied to the im
perialistic Zionism.
IF TIIF.IR duplicity is not ap-
parent to the world by tlioii
brutal control of East Jerusalem
for 13 yea-,--, and their treatment
of their native Jewish popula
tions in driving them out and
confiscating ail their property.
',:'. the "civilized West" examine
the latest Arab putsch.
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OUR
READERS
WRITE
"Let Thy W'orit Be Brief
KoheUth (Ecdcsiistes)
\

The vehemence of the Drom*t
and unified attack by the Arabs
Israel Hot About
Postp
oning Debate
IU YITZHAK RAM
UNITED NATIONS FTA1
Isrne I is i stores ed stron
immittee's
recomn enJat on hat th Gencr.
-,... mblj ; P :>' d ;'-''" ,,:1 'n"
.. rism until next
But the l tatcs, in a re
. .-! ItS
n' I l3 In
ShabtJ
on
I i
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A s POKES .1 \ '
well the U.S. i
I the i icom
trould be "a
ess
with
the U.S. oi
lion < the Le
ted in de
fcrrin* the debate until this
year's General Assemblj session
The la ,,em '''"'
Measui P ,nierna '
Uonal rerrorism Which Endan
fakes innocent Human
Uves had been iuled for
,1,1,.,!,. during the l73 fall ses
Get ral Assembly. ,
Denau actua Ij I egan in the
Ugal Cvmmil ee which is corn
prised the same membership
nbly. but the
item never reached the Assembly
floor j
1111 RECOMMENDATION, | I ,
paientl) adopted by i-onscnws ai
no vote was recorded, is alnjosi
certain to be adopted by the Gen
eral Assemblj which mran* that
he debate en terrorism Will not,
come UP until its 30th session in
the fall of WW.
Rosenne noted that while the
legal Committee oevoted con
tiderable time to a discussion ot
parking problem! in Now York.
terrorist acts ere occurring fre
quenuy and captured terrorists
were binq handed over to other
terrorist panes for discipline."
He was referring to airplane
hijackers in Tunis who murdered
one of their hostages and were
released to the Palestine Libcra
tion Organization.
URUGUAY SIPPORTED Isra
aft opposition to postponement
and Bolivia expressed "regrets"
but n other tatemenl rp
nude against deferring the item.
Tin- ega Ci irunittee was ad-
,! sjed bj a PLO delegate who
accusi (I Israel )f terrorism an 1
- iid thi PLO would continue to
on the Swiss government for re-
leasing 2 million francs from
Swiss banks to Jewish represen-
tatives, which had been deposited
there during the Nazi era by
Jewish refugees, should dispel
any doubts of true Arab inten-
tion* neainst Jews in general, no!
only Zionists.
ARTIIl'R ROTH
Miami
s5r & -Cr
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
1 should like to call to your
attention ;i inns, innovative proj-
ect that has been taking place at
th-- Miami Beach Public Liorarj
for the past few years
"Great Jowi li Books," al
though independently jperatia;
with Samuel Reiser of ftfiam
Reach as coordinator, and Pv
ufllv kind in the country, is an
off-hoot of the nationwide Great
Books Movement, and has as its
ol ctive the bringing of classi-
cal Jewish writings and ideas to
tin- entire community.
IT MEETS in the Library the r
first and third Thursdays ot each i
month ai 1:30 p.m. I*
In the years since it was ini-
I. the group has brought \
(or figures in the fields of *
Judaic studies as discussion ?
leaders dealt with many timeless \
work*, and has opened its floor
to questions and answers, state-
ment.- pro and con
Free of charge, it has en
couraged and stimulated persons
of all ages, religious preferences.
ai,d walks ol life to be expo e I
to the majesty of the Jewish
literary heritage from Gen is
forward.
As ,\ participant. I along with
my co-attenders. wri< h to invite
all persons to join with us in
tnki:it; advantage of this remark
ab'e t:ift to the people of Greater
Miami.
This year, we have become
loose)) affiliated with the Agen-
cy for Jewish Education
Our erowth has b"m remark
able, Our only purpose is to
probe the depths of Judaic writ-,
ing with the experts, and to re-
fresh ourselves by drinking of
its deep clear waters,
JBANNETTE B. BASH
Miami Beach

EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I would like to make the fol-
lowing suggestion:
Thai Israel invite the U.S.
to establish a naval base either
in Haifa, or some other port, tie-
cause if the U.S. had a naval
base iii Israel, the Arabs would
not dare to attack her.
By establishing a na\ al bae
there, we would also be holpin:
Israel's economy enormously. It
would take millions of dollars to
build it and to k p it going,
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Senators Urge U.S. Affirm Ties to Israel
Continued from Page 1-A
tion was thus far towards the
PLO and the UN's recognition
of it
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey (D.,
Minn.) another prime mover of
the letter, told the news con-
ference that he and his col-
leagues wore not recommending
that the United States withdraw
from the UN but that they did
not want the IX to go the way
of the League of Nations in the
1930s powerless and useless."
Humphrey said that the
I'nited States should speak out
to its allies and friends that the
I \" relate to member sovereign
states and not to political move-
ments such as the PLO.
HUMPHREY POINTED out. as
did Sen. Henry M. Jackson (D.,
Wash.), that the Soviet Union is
a key to peace in the Middle
East.
Humphrey said that the "test
of detente is not in words'' but in
"the reduction and stoppage'" of
the Soviet flow of arms to the
Middle East.
Sen. Abraham A. Ribicoff (D.,
Conn.) said that the Soviet Union
should be notified that it must
not make "political hay" with
the PLO and make UNESCO the
"catspaw" for its activities in the
Middle East. ,
Jackson, like Ribicoff. Hum-
phrey and others, praised the'
i s A:, bassador to the UN, John
Scali, for his warning last Fri-
day to the I'nited Nations against
the "tyranny" of the small na-
tions in its voting, But, as Hum-
phrey said, the Senators were
calling on Ford and Kissinger to
"take a strong stand in the
United Nations for maintenance
of the principles of its charter."
IN ATTACKING the UN's su|>
port of the PLO that advocates
terrorism, Sen. Richard Schweik
er (R.. Pa.) emphasized that
"our effort here is to save the
I'nited Nations and achieve
peace and stability in the Middle
East."
Sen. Clifford Case (R. N.J.1
pointed out that the "chief sig-
nificance" of the request to the
President was that "the
"American people across the
board are in favor of a strong
American policy and will not be
divided."
Case authorized the withdrawal
of the annual contribution of Sib'
million by the U S. to UNESCO.
which the Senate had adopted
along with a reduction from 1195
million to $175 million in its
funding to the UN as a whole
Friday, December 20, 1974
SEN. HOWARD Metzenbau-
(D.. Ohio) said that he had just
returned from Egypt and Urael
and that he found that the peop]
in the Arab world want a peace-
ful solution to the Midea>t con.
flict but. he said, this can b
achieved "only when (PLO L-hie|
Vasir) Arafat is brought down to
an appropriate size "
According to a Jewish Tele,
graphic Agency survey. Senator*,
i'rem eight states were not rrpre.
sented among the 71 Senators.
These states were Arizona \i-
kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi
North Carolina, Oklahoma, L'tah
and Virginia.
S5
Settlers Urged To
Become Immigrants
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Interior Ministry has ;
p -ed measu irage settlers to adopt new Immigrant
status imiTM arrival in Israel instead of temi>orary
lent stat -
The proposals, cunt,lined in a memorandum which the min-
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cf row immigrants in relation to those enjoyed by temporary
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TO BE CELEBRATED AT SATURDAY EVENING BALL

.
Silver Anniversary of Mount Sinai Center
Caps 25 Years of Big Progress
The Mount Sinai Medical Cen-
ter of Greater Miami, which is
marking its silver anniversary
with a hall Saturday night,
is recognized as one of the most
modern and complete.y equipped
health care facilities in the
luitry.
Only 25 years ago, it was just
an idea in the minds of a few
public spirited men and women.
Community leaders recognized
the need for a voluntary, non-
I rofit, non-sectarian hospital on
Miami Beach. Others Iwgan to
join with them with hard work
an I generous contributions, de-
mands and suggestions to cre-
ate a community hospital.
In December, 1949, a hand-
me-down notei was obtained as
surplus from the Feds i Gov-
ernment opening Mount Sinai
with 258 beds.
THE VERT terms of its char-
ter set s policy for Mount Si-
nai thai is still in force today.
It was a pledge to set te the en-
tire South Floi i: i ition
regardless of raci n [ion oi
national origin.
one-time Nautilus Hotel
on Collins Islan I, which I
i used as a Vetei ans Admin-
it Ion i lospital, w icq tired
by the City of M lech and
simultaneously leased to Mount
Sinai for $1.00 per year on the
condition it would utilized as
immunity hospital.
During the year following, the
Nautilus building was complete-
ly renovated effecting transfor-
mation into a modem hospital
sufficient to meet the needs of
the community.
tiik NEXT few years mark-
e I the establishment of the
Mount Sinai Ar\ i.uv. the now
renowned Tumoi Clinic, and the
creation ol the Mount Sinai
School of Practical Nursing. '
This school's 19-year existence
ended only with the opening of
the Fred J. Aacher Paramedical
("enter in 1970.
The Founders, a group of cit-
izens whose individual contri-
butions to the hospital Included
gifts of $50,000 <>r more, was
l med officially in 1964. Then-
growth today numbers 376
THE MUSHROOMING South
Florida community and its thou-
sands of \ Isitors spu und
breaking for a new 360-bed fa-
cility today known as the "Main
Building."
At the same time, the Gloria
and Leon Lowenstein Nurses
Residence providing nursing per-
sonnel with beautiful accommo-
dations on the hospital grounds
for only $1.00 per day was be-
gun. ;
By 1962, a service wing had.
I en added to house laundry.'
storage and other areas: 1983
saw creation of an expanded
pediatrics unit on the hospital's
second Door and in 1964. new
medical and surgical intensive
care units of eight beds each
were opened.
ANOTIIKK MAJOR step
came in December of that year
when construction began on the
S. Harvey Greenspan Out Pa-
tient Pavilion. This Out Patient
Clinic today offers more than
50 clinics to the medically indi-
gent and accommodates nearly
50,000 |)atient visits a year.
Shortly after, the Albert and
Bessie Warner Pavilion added
150 beds to the capacity of the
hospital. This additional wing
a K. i houses an enlarged Physical
Therapy Department and spe-
cial medical services for more
comprehensive patient care.
To insure that its teaching
program would keep pace with
the talent of its outstanding
medical staff and ever Incri as-
Ing physical excellence. Mount
Sinai entered into affiliation
agreements with the University
of Miami in 19l>9.
SEVERAL TEARS later, an
additional affiliation was con-
summated between Mount Sinai
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Center of Tel Hashomer. Israel.
On December 10, 1967, the
new era of Mount Sinai Hospi-
tal began. Pilings were driven
for the eight story Maribcl G.
Blum Pavilion. Plans for this fa-
cility inspired further commit-
ment, announced by the Board
of Trustees, to expand the exist-
ing hospital into one of the
most complete medical centers
in the South.
Today, the completed Maribel
G. Blum Pavilion boasts one of
the most sophisticated intensive
care units in the country. Other
facilities include a suite special-
ly designed for open heart sur-
gery, with a viewing amphi-
theater and a new Medical Li-
brary.
The Maribel G. Blum Pavilion
!s just one of the major addi-
tions which comprise the Mount
Sinai Medical Center expansion
on 55 acres located in the heart
of Miami Beach.
STILL ANOTHER new build-
ing was added to the Complex t<
house the greatly expanded The-
odore and Florence Baumritter
Nuclear Medicine Division, the
Radiology Department and the
new Orovitz Kmergency Suite.
And in 1973, the worlds fifth
medical cyclotron was sealed in
the concrete vault of the Anna
and Louis Hand Cyclotron Com-
plex and the medical center en-
tered the >evolutionary field of
nuclear medicine.
The making of a medical cen-
ter and its progress are true in-
aicators of how far a determine 1
community can come in such a
short period of time.
Now, L'.) years later, the med-
ical center is saluting the six
past and current presidents that
have made this dream possible
end celebrating its silver anni-
versary with a Presidents Ball.
THK EVENT, to be held in
the Grand Ballroom of the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel is Saturday
evening.
Honored will be Max Orovitz,
J. Gerald Lewis, Leonard L.
Abess. the late Baron De Hirsch
Meyer, Samuel Friedland, and
Edward Shapirothe presidents
who have helped lead a great
medical center.
"This gala occasion promises
to l>e a true celebration of a job
well done," said L. Jules Arkin.
chairman of the planning com-
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+Jewish fkridiar
Friday, December 20, 1974
Congress Rushes Bills Before Adjournment W?*g
Continued rrom Page 1A
virtually driven Israel into bo*
t ion.
ALL TIIUEE are seriously
"hreatened by the short time
thil Congress has left before it
;-oes into history. The Trade
"ill is in the greatest Jeopardy.
S survey by the Jewish Te'e-
I aphk Agency how*.
While the Jackson -Mills-Van-
: Anieniiment affecting Soviet
v migration, known as Title 4, is
certain of approval, it will fall
y the way if the bill as a Whole
fails of adoption. This will mean
-. ,e entire process will nave to
Cant Blame
Oil for High
Inflation
NEW YORK (JTA) Vene
- '. n Pr ?ident Carlos Angres
1 erei ha i used the V.S an I
hern wesl i n nations ol trying
make oil "the whippir |
r their economic i roblen ic
rdi i -. interview
a (a am
In i ew with T n
irrespi 11 Rudolph R
iat c!l i- IT-: >
:it of the
nati 'ii-' inflation rate
: imarilj "a
u a.v ol the crisis
the society."
PEREZ, :\a -c nation is a key
ember of CPEC and th- lead
df oil importation in-
the clearly indicated
1 at he i as no intention of re-
dn In .-.
"We land that a collapse
- r a long period of recession in
I e U.S. and in Europe would be
l en more- convinced that we will
rot solve the world's economic
iroblem by sacrificing our in
IV.;- bj lowering the price of
OIL"
"Anyway." the Venezuelan
President added, '"we. Latin;
Americans, a- well as the conn
Lies of the so-called Third
World, have lost the desire to
martyrs"
perkz SAID that the develop-
ed countries "do not want to
. -ten to us
Every time they talk to in or
nd u- a note, it is to tell us I
iat oil is responsible for every-
thing tha'. is happening in the
world."
Argentine
Hits UNESCO
Politicking
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)
." >rge Dui'hano. secretary general
of the Argentine Academy ol
Arts, has informed UNESCO that
te will no longer participate in
Ita proerams unless Israel is in-1
'.Juded in UNESCO activities on
basis of equality with all mem-
ber countries.
Diirbano. a music critic, wrote
to UNESCO that he was with
voiding an article it had request
'd hijn to write on Latin
American muic in protest
i gainst UNESCO's recent exclu
- on of Israel from the activities
(' its European region.
HE SAID that he "consider*
it paradoxical that an interna-
mal ml rural organization casts
tide a country that remesont-
r.ne of tv>p mis! ancient culture-
and civilizations."
He said that UNESCO "thu
Bibited .i manifeatly polltieaj
.-'titude inconsistent with its ob
< tive.
'I have no other means to ;
express my tron?est protest
against this Incongruency than by
ithdraw n my collaboration
v ith UNESCO in every field as '
I >ng as Israel does not partici-
pate in its activities on an equal
level with al! member countries,"
he wrote.
be renewed in the new Congress
expected to convene Jan. 14.
Since the Senate Finance
Committee reported the trade
bill to the Senate Nov. 27. some
50 amendments have been an-
nounced.
TO FEND off these proposals
that would entail debate certain
to be long enough to kill the
bill, the leadership of both par-
ties will Introduce a cloture mo-
tion to limit each Senator to
one hour of discussion of any
amendment germane to the bill.
Whether or not the motion
will receive the required two-
thirds majority was uncertain.
The House approved the trade
biil a year ago. but since any
Senate measure will differ, the
legislation must be resolved In
a Senate-House conference.
as a means of testing Sovii I
practices on emigration before
allowing further US. loans, the
Senate report puts a ceiling of
million on loans to the So-
viet government for I
i i years,
This sum can be increased
only by concurrent resolution of
both Houses. The House, back-
ing Secretary of State Henry A.
Kissinger's insistence on a free
hand on loans to the Soviet
Union to strengthen his diplo-
matic process, had refused to
rote a celling when it adopted
the measure.
However, the lower (hamber
now is expected to go along
with the Senate venton.
With only two or three op-
posing in a voice vote Dec. 11.
the House overwhelmingly
adopted a proviso in the For-
eign Aid Authorization Bill pro-
hibiting U.S. contributions to
UNESCO until it restores Israel
to its rightful prerogatives.
THE proviso was Introduced
by Jonathan Bingham ID
N.Y.i. The Foreign Aid Bill au-
thorises the foreign aid policy
for the year ending next Juni
3 I .in>! puts ceilin :- on funding.
Both House n -1 a adopt
appropi iat ion nieas ires to
if -; : ii
The House measures does not
allow the additional S89.5 mil-
lion I" economic aid for Israel
to balance the amount granted
Egypt in an agricultural bill.
But Rp. Thomas Morgan iD..
Pa. i Foreign Affairs Committee
chairman, is expected to urge
thai Israel receive the addition-
al grant that the Senate had
voted on the motion of Sen.
Hubert H. Humphrey (D..
Minn.).
Otherwise, the funding for Is-
rael is the same in both House
and Senate authorizations: $350
million in grants and $200 mil-
lion in military' credits.
Similarly. fcgypi Is to get 1250
million In economic grants; Joi-
dan, $202 million in economic
and military ait'; Lebanon, $10
.illllon In cie.v.-- and $150,000
in military grants; and Sa
Arabia, $220,000 as a -:ift for
n I'itai : training
House hi has a proviso
by Bii into ac-
Syria' rel i to
:t. Jewish riti -- t-
Against PLO
CARACAS IJTA> More
than 1.000 people gathered at a
mass meeting here recently to
reiterate Venezuelan Jewry tup-
port for Israel in this time of
increasing tensions in the Mi |
die Ewt
Tlie audience heard the li id
ei.s of Venezuela's 20.000 Jews
tell of their efforts to make Is.
lael's case known In-fore tile
Venezuelan government.
* OELF.r.ATION trom th--
Confederation of V'eiuuelan-Jew
ish Associations (CAXV) visited
i/i. i.amon i-.-.o'ar Salom, sec-
retary-general of the Venezue-
lan presidency, and the presi-
1!, nts of the Senate and the
Chamber of Deputies to convey
the Jewish community's emu.' >
over the latest developments in
the Middle East
1 Vt the Unite 1 Nations, V
1 .- a is eithei ;, 01 te I
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Radio Stations Drop Liberty
Lobby Hate Programs, ADL Says
Continued from Page 1-A
its eightmor.th-old distribution
contract with the Washington-
based grouo
THE CANCELLATION came
or. the heel* of the League's ex-
posure of the anti-Semitic con
tent of the "This is Liberty
Lobby'' programs, of Liberty
Lobby materials, and the long-
time anti Jewish activities ot
Willis A Carlo, its founder.
According to Seymour Grau-
bard. AW.s national chairman.
about 90 of the Mutual Station-
have been airing the program
around the country. He added.
however, that 'the Mutual action
cull the number ot This i<
Liberty Lobby' outlet-; almost in
h.ilf. but tome '.00 independent
stations still carry the program."
The ADL survey of the broad
easts, matie public in July by
Lawrence Peire. chairman of the
League's civil righto committee,
and John L. Goldwater. chairman
of its fact finding committee,
identified Carto as "an outspoken
anti-Semite" and "the unpuhli-
cized force" behind "This is
Liberty Lobby."
Noting that "This is Liberty
Lobby" commentator Bob Bart'll
had charged American Jew? with
being disloyal, using terminology
'scraped from the garbage cans
of professional hatemongers." the
League also questioned wheth.-i
the manager) nta and licensees
of the program's radio outliti
were "ignorant .if it- content- oi
Ex-Eichmann Aide
Now Advising Syria
TEL AVIV i '. Vlois i mty
leportation
i : Ji to Na the Syrian P
; ai -.i M
Thai Information was sent to the Attorney General in
West Germany, by Tin i Friedman, head of trie
v. locumentation institute in Haifa, for use in a
bcl -pared igainsl 196 n.i/i war criminals who par-
tic aie: in the deportation "i French Jews.
HKl vnuk's PRESENCE in Damascus has heen known
: ma Efforts i>> the Austrian authorities to have him
rv tradited were unaui cessful.
According to Friedman, Brunner turned up i:i Vienna in
I I at the time <>f the "Anschluss" ami soon earned
the mum of "Monster uf Vienna."
In addition to the deportation <>f Viennese Jews, he partici-
pat : m the i Ktermination ol Jews in Slovakia and in the de-
portatlon and deaths of 100.000 French Jews.
His hi i it her, Anton, was hanged as a war criminal.
Israelis Must Register
Israeli citizens, now living outside of Israel, in Miami or
otl r cities in the U.S. and in othei countries, must now- register
at t:ie Israeli Consulate nearest their residence.
Should they change then address after registering, they
mutt notify the Israeli Consulate immediately.
The nearest Israeli Consulate to Miami is in Atlanta, Ga.
Othen exist in Washington, New York, Boston. Chicago. Hous-
ton Philadelphia. San Franciseo and LOS Angeles.
To obtain registration papers, they may phone or write to
any of these offices.
uncaring about their role in
helping peddle bigotrv."
GRALBAR1) POINTED out
that "even in its report of the
cancellation. Liberty Lobby again
libeled American Jews and per
petuated the falsehood that Jem
control the news media."
He said that after ADL's sur
vey of "This is Liberty Lobby"
was made public. Liberty Lobby
had escalated its anti-Semitic
campaign with a promotion anj
distribution of two notorious hat.'
tracts "The .Myth of the Six
Million," a 119-page anonymous
paperback, and a reprint of a 27
year-old irauJulcnt anti-Semitic
pamphlet, "The ADL and its Use
in the Communist Offensive."
written by Robert H Williams
an anti-Jewi-h propagaj-.di.-t :
the I94.,s and 1950s.
The ADL survey, which wa
reported in newspapers ami mag
a/incs aci iss the c untiy, dis
cl m th i the Liberty L ibb..
leasts regul ir offi red .
free copy of "Ami r a First" as
nus for ;ubscri| i "th
I ly anti Semitic m ir.thiy
"1 ih rtj L Hi r'," d vot< d m Jul;
to rhe Myth ol Lhe Six Mi
which de< ribi h
n: fa :ts" allegedly proving
that H '. i- d 'Hi of the
.1 iwish pi ?le during the Halo
i.'.'-t "is pure poppycork."
VT that time, i Ibcrty Lobb;
also issued a mass "emergency'
appeal which libeled ADL as be
ing "ba-i^jlly un-American" an.'
urged liberty Lobby follower
to form committees to establish
new outlets for the radio pro-
gram.
The same m.ailing offered th<
anti-Semitic William* tract fre<
to contributors.
ADL had accused Carto of set
ting up Liberty Lobby 16 year
ago as a "front" for his "seamie.
operations," including Libert}
and Property, a clearinghouse fo:
the promotion of anti Semitic ac
tivities; "Western Destiny." i
a magazine with racist. Nazi-typ
articles, and Ncontide Press, pub
Usher of anti-Semitic, racist and
pro Nazi bosks, including "Im-
->rium." by the late Nazi apolo
gist Francis P. Yockey.
The Yockey book contains a
dedication to Adolf Hitler and a
laudatory 35-page introduction by
Carto.
THE LEAGUE had also point
ed out that "This is Liberty
Lobby" programs during and im
mediately following the Arabs'
October aggression against Israel
last year contained a daily bar
rage of anti-Israel or anti-Jewish
attacks
I
Struggle Rages in Israel *
Over Use of the TAP
JERUSALEM (JTA1 Sephar-lic Chief Rabbi Ovadia
v ief has taken issue with his Ashkenazk counterpart, Chief
Rabbi Shlomn Goreu, over the permissibility of birth control
Acconling to Rabbi Yosef, neither the ;ii!l nor any other
form of contraception is allowable under Jewish law except in
the direst medical circumstances.
KABIII OOBEN had said over the weekend that the pill
could le taken, but only b) mothers who have fulfilled their
religious obligations by giving birth to at least one boy and one
girl.
Rabbi Yosef contended that Goren's statement was "dam-
ing" in that it could "weaken the faith" of women who
acre; t it. He said that in his opinion the [ill could be taken
"ves would be endangered by pregnancy
j by women whose llv__
or who would suffer extreme pain.
He insisted that the economic siti ati< n of the family was
rot an allowable factor. "He who gives life will also provide
nourishment," said Rabbi Yosef.
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ii
Dirty Tricks
Seen, in Chile
fKobcrl
Friday, December 20, 1974
+Je*ist> ntwktt&n Page 10 A
jl LOSS ol the joy of seeing -Fiddler on the Roof were all that :he remain-
ing Itt.OOO Jews of Chile had to endure, we could turn the rage and take
Up other business. But something a million times more Important than the
puerile ban on "Fiddler" has been happening to chile, its dwindling band of
Jews, its badly frightened Catholics, a nd to all who want true, not phonv
liberty upheld.
For eiti/ens of the United States, this nation's sordid involvement in
Chilean affairs has a lesson and a warning we dare not ignore.
BY ONE of fate's eurious quirks. America's Secretary of State is caught
Up on the darker tide of our Chilean misadventure. We need to take a close
look lest we miss one of the most significant post-war dramas yet recorded.
As for the position and future of Chile's Jews, the story is brief and
gloomy. Jews were not attracted to this land of copj>er and nitrate until rather
recently. Before the rise and destruction of Chile's Marxist President, Dr. Sal-
vador Allende (elected President in 1970 and assassinated a little over a year
agoi, the Jews of Chile were scarcely noticed in the community of 10,000,000,
mostly Cathoij,-.
But refugees from Germany and Hungary raised Chile's Jewish population
to 35,000; and the European newcomers as well as old-line intellectuals con-
tlibi ted Significantly to Chile's economic and cultural life.
( MILL'S CONSTITUTION, regardess of what the trend towards nationali-
; ti. n ..i industry unier Allende might suggest, guaranteed equal rights to:- all
i'ii. B t when thi military forces, now coa'esced around Junta Gen. Au-
to Ugarte, moved to commanding position with I'.S. assistance, hundreds of
Chilean Jews becanv '.:,. more, fie Ing the land that was soon i<< n
ssination, the torture of many who did not go along with the
rightists, and the dreadful i-enewal of concentration camp nightmaies this
time not in Nazi Germany hut in Latin America.
Recallij :ents, one can be forgiven cynicism upon recollect-
Jng that a > i In ilean Junta delighted one American Jewish organi-
zation bj N i tages to the Zionist Federation ol Chile and
the eneral's men to attend Yom Kippur services,
For if chile's Raul Cardinal Silva Henriquez is driven to the point, along
\\;th other Catholi i .-<- to denounce Chile's new "climate ol insecurity
and fear" and i! foi ideological reasons and the use ol torture
arrest what hope remains tot- a tiny minority like Chile's 26
Jews?
am. this is dismal enough; hut it is only a prelude to the ominous and
shameful involvement of the CIA in Chile and the highly questionable
by Henry ii
We are not saying here that the martyred Allende was a saint whose
politics harmoni/ed with our own professed democratic ideals. Allende gained
in parl because Chile was so badly divided.
JZ,.ft
From Dr. Her/1
h To Dmlilv Invite
?
J^ICHABD DRKYlX'ss. sporting a beard he had grown for the part
ol .Matt Hooper in the motion picture, "Jaws." greeted us at Uni-
versal Studios after the location unit returned from six months of
production in and around Martha's Vineyard Island five miles south of
Cape Cod in Massachusetts.
He says that he hasn't worn a beard since the age of 11 when
he made his bow as an actor in a student production at the West Side
Jewish Community Center in Los Angeles portraying Theodore He:.
in cutaway and top hat with his face disguised by a forest of black
crepe.
WE HAVE known the Brooklyn-born young actor who zoomed to
world-wide recognition with two starring parts in "American Grafitti"
and "The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravit/" since his early beginnings
on the stage of the now defunct Los Angeles Gallery Theater where
h. portrayed featured parts in the plays, "In Mama's House," "Journey
to the Day." Incident at Vichy" and "People Need People."
At the Mark Ta|>er Forum of the Music Center he gave an utterly
realisti. portrayal >f the cockney Bill Walker in G. B. Shaw's "Major
Barbara."
EAKLILR STILL, he appeared in an experimental production of
Israel Horowitz's one-act play, "Line," also at the Mark Taper, a per-
formance he repeated off-Broadway to be followed by "Whose Little
Boy Are You?"
On Broadway, Dreyfuss was seen in "But Seriously." At the
Hollywood Huntington-Hartford, he shared the stage with Henry Fonda
in the revival of "The Time of Your Life," also touring in the Saroyan
i lay with the star.
Karlier still, he partnered with Rob Reiner and Larry Bishop (son
of Joey i in an improvisatory theatrical group in Hollywo on to New York to close after the very first show at the Playboy Club
for insulting the customers with their satirical wit.
On TV, Dreyfuss guested in Mod Squad," "The Bold Ones," "The
Young Lawyers," Judd for the Defense" and 'The Big Valley."
HE IS not very happy with his part in the motion picture "Dil-
linger." in which he appeared in a greatly cut cameo as "Baby-Face
Nelson."
"American Grafitti" estabhshe d Richard Dreyfuss as a regular
American boy to which he added the capricious character of "Duddy
Kravitz." who is both loved and hated by the girls on the screen and by
the audience at large.
A DEEI'LY serious young man, Richard Dreyfuss not only is in-
terested in his profession but in the world around him; he is concerned
and involved .
American Jews
And Jews
In Deep Crisis
pVERY JEW who has any interest in
the survival of Judaism in America
and who is affiliated with any Jewish
national organization or is a contributor
to any Federation should read
"American Jews: Community in Cri-is."
by Gerald S. Strober (Garden City. New
York, Doubleday & Co.. $7.95. 296
pages). There is much to praise in the
book, some parts to criticize and a little
to condemn, but the whole is greatei
than the sum of its parts.
The author was educated at NYl's
Institute for Hebrew Studies. At the age
of 18. he converted from Judaism to
Christianity. He served for over five
years on the staff of the American Jew
ish Committee, especially on its inter-
religious affairs programs.
HE IS now reconverting to Judaism.
When he writes of the workings of many
of our national organizations, he writes
authoritatively. His major positive point
is that "in the liuht of the serious in-
trrr.al crises confronting American
Jewry, it is incumbent upon communal
- to direct the major share of
resources and progi.ims toward -;
cifically Jewish needs"
Strober d es n >t Stretch ".'
Is" into embracing E.R.A and al-
every non-Jewish communal prob-
lem as do some of our national bodies
and even local Jewish Community Re-
lations Committees
ONE RECALLS the age-old Jewish
question posed a few years ago by Nor-
man Podheretz. He wrote in "Commen-
tary," that all Jews should ask. "Is it

good for the Jews'1" before embarking
on another flight fcr civil or other
rights. Neither Strober nor Podhoreto
are against Jews engaging in libertarian
movements.
They believe that non-Jewish move-
ments should be tackled on general com-
munity fronts and through general com-
munity organizations instead of having
Jewish organizations serve as the con-
duit.
Strober fears that Israel may assert
a degree of authoritarianism over
American Jewry so that "what Israel
wants is what the Jewish community
should want.'' according to a quote from
Daniel Klazar.
STROBER FEELS that our Jews
should maintain an objective balance.
HtS chapter OB "Blacks, .lews and the
Urban Crisis" is an excellent review of
what has been stated previously, but
the material deserves repetition.
He writes also on the JDI. and that
'For many American Jews the national
distant entities whose basic
functions seem t > be to issue pronounce-
ments reh !-' studies proving h >w much
are for Jew t I ise of
their Activities, constantly i '. funds
and provide platforms and >] praying
for the noteworthy and affluent
enl of the Jewish population."
His closing chapter, "Survival in
America." is excellent. The book lacks
an index, ami the approach is pseudo-
scholarlv linos newspapers are too many-
sou ices.

How to Solve
The Energy Crisis
THBB 's talk today of getting energy from food, from windmills, from
^co-thermal .springs, from the >un. No one mentions the moon. The moon
is millions of miles closer than the sun and the Arabs do not yet have a
monopoly on it.
Consider how much energy could Ik? saved if we could light up our towns
by the moon. Few realize that this was attempted by the wise men of Chelm.
(HELM is no New York, it was a small town, but it wai always ready
t.) do big things. There was the mountain-moving project for Instance. How
many would attempt to move a mountain? People make mountains out of
molehills; why cant we make molehill out of mountains, said the Chelmers.
The Chelmers had nothing against mountains. Mountains have a right to
exist like everything else, but in their place. The mountain that troubled them
bisected their city, cutting the town in two. ami so they wanted to move it to
B Site which wouldn't interfere with the integrity of Chelm.
Of course, they realized, it would require the cooperation of all. The men
gathered at the mountainside and removed their jacket! and laid them in a pile.
WHEN YOl' move a mountain, it's letter to work in your shirt sleeves
I hen the;.- started pushing. They pushed and pushed. After two hours, they
rested, and looking back filled with .joy they said. "We must have moved the
mountain at least a mile, for we cannot se, the stack of our Jackets."
But the fact was that while they were pushing, thieves had gotten away
with the pile of clothes
You can't win all the time.
The moon project was more imposing and pregnant with possibilities from
the sc.ent.f-e aspect. The town lighting was poo,-, and the sexton complained
tha often, standing outside the synagogue looking for a Jew for a minvan.
he had trouble. I nice he almost brought in a COW.
clvurm-.nVo,lnin!'d. chai, man opening the as.fa said he was sure if the people would put the.r
heads together, they would have the answer to the problem. So the Chelmers
moved closer to each other so they could put their heads together
oroi2a He S (Wa,tCr?rfr' thC tim Speaker' "* broueht P th* "
project. He pon.ted out that .t was not always dark at night. It was br.ght
^n.rtu'T f Wa>' CUld dark nights, the problem would be solved
P.ace?oneJeon JonTn, *.!. ^ ^ ***" ,he tOWn athe^ and
placid one on top of the other so that the moon could be reached.
borsnflfJl^Sf Hoh,a,1Habe,,er idea- HiS wife' he d* "0W
2T-1LX 2^ %% SVP~ -
mtttt~^Y^~*l* -a was
enough, one night, there was the Zll a, ^^ ^
barrel of fc.rsl, K se,me(1 J Z^TZSH U^ *"* ""
sombre hlte^nmng8 "*""' *" ^ ^ **"< M


; Friday. December 20, 1974
-Jmlsfi fkrldton
Page 11-A
AT CANADIAN ISRAEL BOND FUNCTION
Golda Warns Against Pessimism
>- 'First' for Rabbit
3-Time Performance
By MICHAKI. SOLOMOX
MONTREAL (JTA) Former Premier Golda Meir lectured
against pessimism and despondency with regard to Israel's future
here and declared that while Israel "may be isolated in the world,
with the solidarity of the entire Jewish i>eople, we feel strong."
Mrs, Meir. who wai visiting Canada in connection with the
1973 Israel Bond campaign, spoke to a select audience of 15(1 top
Bond-purchasers at a luncheon given in her honor by Mrs. Samuel
Bronfman.
SHE ADDRESSED an audi-
ence <-f 3.500 at the Chevra Ka-
disha Synagogue earlier.
In th appearance! here,
the foi mer Premier m >- c i i-
ited with raising over $2 n
in Bon i sali a on top of an ,.i-
read) successful fall cami
'. it lounded the theme
ol i..... i e, solidarity and ten-
in her Bpeei hea
ma; be another war, and ter-
ra m will go on but there Is
e," she >ail.
"As lonj vi In I-.ael main-
tain i in-, as long i
Jewish : over the worl i
refrain from complaining, 'how
long can this go on,' we shall
over* i
"We are all involved in the
Itj if our people
in living, growing, building our
( : culture and ah-
. Jewish i>cn;iie in a
' Voice9
Goes Soft
On Reds
Continued from Page 1 A
K< o h, in '. irp trasl tc
the policy pur ued by In i pi
wh
e US1 \ from 1969
Shakes; i are and most o
ors tintained a
hard is) Comr
v'OA now
I \M HON 111.
John Shirlej ul out a i
order stiffenin \ a 1967 ru thai
Voice coi m isl
take a
i
nit- 111 whit h I 51 \ ofl
fa ,i q tashed I n
1 t Comr
an unfavor ibl i li
Oi can bj Time 1-
to do a s
-. .
i i'i .c unl ries w a
turned d iwn bj US1 \ ofl
In W ishingl >n b iti the sto
i i i en 'ol I
to the o\ rnments Involved
"id< lica
THE TURNABOUT in V '
amonj I tern Europi in i nil
in he i S
Pavel I itvnioi a Soviel int<'
tly told r i
VOA i -. !'! i qu I tj ii'
your broadcasts I > mj i ountry
ha- declined 500 per cenl in d
lasl few years "
Charier Members
Accepted
Btrong Israel. Standing together
we shall prevail."
SHE TOLD the luncheon
'. ests, "Thousands of young
Jews in Israel are worried, but
i" ne i'i them is .i,.. mdenl
aoi ,' Israel's future."
I, "The first con lition
"i our ; iture is not to be scar-
ed. Y< u have heard intelligent
' saj that i am intransi-
ent, thai i have c impli ices.
"Yi.- 1 have con li ses, the
Masa ilex, the i
"i th es when a painter
the Jew-
Lsh people he desti .'.. and
h i. B ,t i ne-thii i of
o li peo; !. was destroyed."
Mrs, Meir. in I ot I of her
speeches, di >w a parallel be-
tween the i,iti, r era and Yasir
Arafat's reception ;:t the United
'IIS.
I HEARD thunderous ap-
: il'.' butcher of chil-
m in not from I1 a nascus
li i. but from the General
ibly ol the United Ma-
wlth Arafat in the inter-
un daring I o ask
ciion of Israel."
The forn id that
I to lie -i'. ng an i :i"i
ch from one point
h "'i.-iit i lives
an I i :i -', iii. .'"
She said Israel was "prepared
to talk and negotiate with our
neighlxirs. We are prepared to
compromise on many things. On
territory we can compromise
even if it hurts; but on life and
death there can be no compro-
mise,
"Even though the day of
i: ay l>e long in coming,
th.' Arabs must l>e ready to give
a little, too. They must su|
some form of non-belligerency
without the threat of war. They
must make a mine for reassur-
ance and security meet with
us to negotiate peace."
There was the anniversary din-
ner honoring Samuel Gertner
as executive vice president of
Mt. Sinai Medical Center of
Greater Miami in the Fontaine-
bleu Hotel on Dec. 4.
That was for Gertner's 25
years ol service to the ("enter.
And then there was a "first"
(anniversary?).
For w iiat is believed to be
the first time, rabbi served
in thr"c capacities on the pro-
gram of the evening, whereas
some wags have been known to
observe that sometimes there
are three rabbis serving in one.
1 here was the invocationby
Rabbi Lion Kronish, of Temple
Beth Sholom.
Then there was the tribute
by Rabbi l.....i Kronish, of
Temple Beth Sh '1cm.
Then thtro was the benedic-
tionby rtabbi i eon Kronish,
of Temple beth Sholom.
Perhap it was that medical
cent rs trust proven ingredi-
ents'.'
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Max Marin. president of the
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Friday. December 20, 1974
LEO MINDLIN
>\\s x\v\CN >

I>
Food and tfie Super-Peoples Control
Continued from Page 4-A
tnormoua fear of the Arab te -
roruri tvat I, the fact is that Is-
rael will be the ultimate desti-
nation for the largest u imbei of
them.
What better wa> to keen the
cauldron .>t war in the Mi
East boiling t:ian for the S>
viets to encourage Saoat & <'.
to come up with tin- latest le-
. and?
IT TAKES toe R issians ofl
' the Arab hook of hostility that.
I j '.-i\ Ing exit usns t
numl eis hi Jews, I
are aiding and abetting the ex-
pansion of '- ael pop lat >>n
which, in turn, stn ens Is-
rael's dc facto existence.
Anil it puts ;i crimp on the
Ja> i ve. tion,
M long debate i in the United
Stan<. and now en e ing the
debate an.) the legislation itse :
meaningless II anvone sh
take Sadat serio
In eff< ct, thi Russian
saj ing: Never min I
Mills-Vanik. We'll let them u t,
but
rael's lettin
.'"in in the i iss. P tt
..ii i Unite
s al
' :- : ilis-Va i
tioi

in the r.S
AXD THEN I
f
out. 't let
The doors aie closing all over
for the Jews.
In the end, the Russians will
u an have our Most Fa-
vored Nation trade status, and
you can hope for some world
support for what may not be so
wild a scheme afte i Jews
sticking in every-
body's craw anyway, not only
ycurs and ours.
depi esi ing is the news
these days, that anything is pos-
sible.
If you only lot your mind
ler, there's an even more
cynical side to all of this. It
has to do with the international
Struggle over food and the need
for b ime kind of birth control,
which Ford and D'Estaing also
discussed at Martinique.
vot CAN be sure that D'-
Estaing lectured Ford on the
Israel Silent on A-Vote
UNITED NATIONS The General Assembly
i-l< ted a resolution calling tor the establishment of a
nucleai free zone in the Middle East.
The vote was 113-0, with 11 abstentions.
1- ael was one of tne abstainers. Others were France, In-
dia. Brazil, Argentina, Spain, Zambia, Tanzania, Indot
and Burma.
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< ontinued from Page 4-A
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1*1
;*dw&*
*se*
ff*1
American need to be humani-
tarian aboirt our food it would
be interesting to speculate on
what, -a d'Estalng had to say
about birth control in between
the b> now fabled Ford-D'Es-
taing swim and the D'Estaing
visit t'> a church In FOrt-de-
France to attend mass. There
in,.i.H.i.tolly, he must Itave bei n
ve j humanitarian, indeed, ar-
guing for the sanctity <>t the
foet -
Industrialized nations, it ap-
pears, are w IlifnaS to shoulder
their share of the burden in
di aling witS: the food crisis ana
its debilitating impact on the
i nderdeveloped nations "f the
world.
that is to say, they
wilting to, proviuinc the und<
di i eloped nations take hold of
their sexual selves, recognize the
terrible impact ol their lack of
-contiol i>n e\ei yone else an I
submit to a i rogram aimed al
trimming their astonishing birth
rate astonishing if only '**-
i ause of their indigence an I
k'. Hity.
"Foul!" cry the undei
tions. "Th the in-
d strialized nal ions
.! 111 : to hel|
fact,
ii tc western 'im]
i-t rolonialist

i which
\ e as

I ; | ai
. thai
i he re with th
si \ IN
it

i .
I put "li
But th
one
west-
ern ni cact
name th n : to put .i ip n
theii
i I
The i i .....
.- r*
allthat depriving Israel of the
i-itrht t- nattifai. ilt.*U mit;rationai i increase would be
as destructive to her national
integrity as war itself.
The issue is that as highly ci-
vilized and preaumably classless
nations, we prefer not to put
this question in these terms. But
the truth is thai the struggle
over food and the achievement
ol a system of birth control is
a 'so a struggle Involving the ul-
timate survival of the fittest
the fittest illy, intellec-
tually, techno!ogically.
THE LEAST fit reprod
then Ii ally, yet
they are di ruling of the tit-
test to curb the:; natural iu-
ciease, among w!vm the birth
late is already perilously close
to zer' i scat e it is in the na-
ture of the al a stem of the
ercultural, intellect .al and
technological to Imil the num-
bers of their children anyway,
Foi a ai letj I real
i- one : the factors contribut-
: i theii being fittest -while
at the same time tht least fit
ititute bers for their
back new to i eate a fifth
imn of l n j hoi
tined to engulf ua all.
Let it l>e un lei sto 11 l he Sa
da) u.tiniatum is but an echo ol
the Thii I World intention of
il in this regard far
km,ol
it JUSt III- t-
( ; a ." Lsi
It is an lent that l
herit th-J e
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December 20, 1974
Sapir Says
Keels Vowed
35,000 Exits
[ Continued from Pago 1-A
Bviot Georgia and Bukhara and
rc-t from Russia pro|x>r
Georgian and Hukharan Jews.
rn.-rally poorer and less educat
than those from European
lussia, constitute the majority
emigres from the USSR in re
rnt yeaiN
Sapir said the phenomenon of
|ws Including imn igrants
feaving Israel to settle abroad
^as as old as the Zionist move-
lent and did not utait with the
[cent wave of Jews from tin
loviet Union.
HE SAID that during Israel"
first 22 years, before any larg<
rale emigration from the Sovie'
Union began, 170.000 Jews left
Ihc country to settle abroad. an'
Ihe current trend does not seem
(substantially larger.
Sapir al o referred to th ri-
ling drop-out rate among Jew
1 leaving the USSR who decide
[while enroute to Israel, that the?
[prefer to go elsewhere.
Sapir warned, however, if the
[ Soviet Jews don't go to Israel,
they won't be allowed to leav
the Soviet Union eventually "
He noted that Soviet Jew? hav<
already been barred from Be!
gium and West Germany, and h
thought the U.S. itself migh*
eventually close its doors to them
SAPIR'EXPRESSED hope tha<
laliva from Western countries ii
i 1975 would exceed the 1974 tola'
(of 13.000 now that the housint
problem has been eased, parth
be government action and partl>
du- to the effects of devaluatioi
of the Israeli Pound
He said that devaluat:i)n hai
the effect of reducing the price
of flats by 43 per cent and that
even when local prices rise. the;,
would level off, in terms of U S
dollars, lO 25 per cent below the
devaluation price.
Sapir ronceded that the Israeli
\ was ;i deterrent fj<-
! t ip ali\ i u it il ni
everythins labeled "but
i in fact th.' fault of th bu
erats
ii,. noted "i i v '
up from Ihc 'J.S. < >u -''
lo set!'-' in Bel Sh 'ino h wa
hat i.ni: difficu'tv f; idins '
ii-.' the apiriment r i*
! Ii ,l in it s orisinal rr -ecu;-
\\ re far h'ow ..... ..... -
HE RAID he hoped d >'u->'i (I with -'tv"i eff '"ts h<
il i >dies would save th
ect
RtpSr -aid hi- trip ahrri l In
uture would h h
hi- mo t recent flve-we k toui
i: the U.S and Eur "
He also t>r >!<-1 th" l-wi^
\incy eM" "I' n-
longer ir appointed through po-
litical connections.
*JenisHhridlki,n
Page 13-A
Vatican Stand
Angers Israel
Continued from Pac 1 A
ties have traditionally been sur-
rounded with re pect and re
ih sources noted that is
rr-el had ilwtvj re~- t I
Church leader* who wre faith-
ful to their high office" and
vould continue to show respect
to uch person*
CAPUCCI WAS found Wi't>
on ix counts and was given iv
nee- t< ta'ling 59 year- TV '
rurt ruled that th sentence
u i 'dd run concurrently, a-d h
will, therefore, serve a maximum
of only 1? years,
The Vatican ttaternenl hlntd
''-.at it hid ho- id Can i"Ci woul '
' > deported after hll trial. Wi 1
: laetd source' h re eonfirmei an
arlie? report by iHe Jewish T '
raph thai the govern
ent Intends th il rpi
tt the sentence I
Hilt
ft
$
/oAar/ic/Aa/e t/i Me
31*1 *M4Muta4f SPu/ule
Aonorena Me me/i a/ia &o/ne/i ioAo 4er&ea
as Me ua//a/Uae/e/iae/'J of iJundcui evening, i/ece/nven ?9tn, /97b, 7:30 A.m.
tjsbsi/cu'/iefl/ecu/ t/f/iamt ^AJeacA, c/wrie/a
<_yiJ (ou;ce//e/icu
Sy/nflateaaor Of*Jfy/,ae//o Me
CCm'/et/*-/ea/e4 ofS*/ne/'tca
tJne moU/ic/iu/a* concent avtiit
to come foom ^soviet lAitSSta,
Jne/*e*n men (i
mbassador Dinitz. Israel's chief envoy to the
I nited States during this most crucial period in
his country's history, is highly respected by gov-
ernment officials. His wide acceptance was of great
importance during the critical days of and follow-
ing the Yom Kippur War.
His almost constant presence was greatly felt dur-
ing Secretary of State Henry Kissinger's shuttle
diplomacy in search of disengagement agreements
and subsequent peace in the Middle East.
His appearance at this Salute To Israel Veterans
Day continues the tradition begun three years ago
by the then Ambassador, and now Israel's Prime
Minister. Yitzhak Rabin.

-
rtnil Gorovets
"s-^7^ was one of the most popular
concert artists in the Soviet Union. A graduate ot
a conservatory of music, he was a permanent
performer in the Moscow Yiddish State Theatre.
He emigrated to Israel in 1973 and was
warmly received in appearances throughout the
country. Consequently, he was brought to this
country for a series of concerts and was
enthusiastically acclaimed by the critics for his
powerful, colorful voice and clear diction
which "makes his appearance one an audience
remembers".
This Reception is dedicated to the Builders of "Homes in the Homeland*',
who through their generous contributions to the Histadrut Annuity Trust
have helped finance
the Histadrut Mortgage Fund for Young Israeli couples and Army Veterans
Phone: 531-8702


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LEGAL NOTICE
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OP ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADS. COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-34918
SUIT FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THK MARRIAGE OF
ANOBLO M> O'RTO.
Husband
and
MILDRED I." CURTO, Wife
TO: MILDRED LO n'UTO
Residence I'nknown
You MILDRED LO CURTO. rn-e
hereby notified that a Petition Por
Dissolution of Marriace has be--" ';'-..|
against you. and you are reouired to
serve a copy Of vnur An-- or
Pleading to the Petition on the Petl-
tioner's attorney. A. K. Brndhurv. 121
N.E 4th St.. .Miami. Florida
the orlRinal Answer or Plead na In the
Office of the Clerk of the ("it. uit Court
on or before the 1th day of January.
1*75. If you fall to do so. ludgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded In (he Peti-
tion for Dissolution of Marriage
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THK JKW1S1I FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERB1D at Miami.
Florida this 4th day of December.
AD. 1974.
RICHAltH P BRINKER. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: I. avaI.a
Denutv Oerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
A. E. BRADBIRY
121 \" E tilth St.
Miami Florida
12 6-13-2"-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fn tltlous name of
STAR OP DAVID YOl'NO JKWISH
SINGLES GROUP at MO Lincoln Rd.
Bldg Suite t, Miami Beach 33139 In-
t. ml to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
MAYER AI.TM \N
DARRY1. NBMER
11/29 12 8-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GI\'EN that
the uiuicrsiKn.il. desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
i PEPE PINA at 1W5 K 4tM Avenue.
Hlaleah Fla.. Intends to rearlster said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
JOSE A. VfcXiA
U 6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlns; to engage, in
business under the fictitious name of
J. AIXEN at II N W U Avenue.
P.O. Box 35643. Miami. Florida 331SS
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida.
Ml'KIEL HOPE SOKOL. Owner
_____________________11/29 12 6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (51 VEX thst
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
NINE FIFTY Rol'TIQl'E at 950 Nor-
mandy Drive. Miami Reach. Florida
J3H1 intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv. Florida.
I'M'U OPPENHEIMER Owner
SHIRLEY WOOL?
Attorney for Paula Oppenheimer
Suite 211, 42*. Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
11 2 12'6-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
NO. 74-33901
anye- Ihe marriage olt i
JUNE ANN TURNER
Wiii Petitioner
at .i
A'l\VNDERJAMESTl'RNER
Husband Respondent
ACTION FOR D'SS^LUTION
OF MARRIAGE
To Al I N VNDER .' VMES TURNER
0 V Harris
1216 i arrabee. Aot *
rloll) w- 'd. California
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
al an ictlon for Dissolution of Mar-
1 n filed against you and
Mm are required t" serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on lOrlS ill AZER. attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address is 11711 BlB-
lyne Boulevard, North Miami Flor-
ida, and file the original with the
Clerk of the above stvled court on or
before JANUARY 3. l?7r.: otherwise a
judgment may be entered against you
for ihe relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
Mid court at Miami. Florida, on this
22nd day of November. 1974.
RICHARD P. BRINKEK
As Clerk. Circuit Court
By: C.I.OR1A ELLIS
As Denutv Clerk
(Circuit Court Sean
____________________11 29 12 fi-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 72-54173
In RE: Estate of
HARRY PROPPER
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Ha.
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and reauir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of HARRY PROPPER deceased
late Of Dade County, Florida, to the
Circuit Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse in Dale County Florida.
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof.
or the same will be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 27th
day of November A D iVti
JACK M SAFRA
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 29th dav of November. 1974.
Jl >SEPH BCHMIER
Attorney for Administrator
6Uj Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Pla.
11 29 12,1-13-1*.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRUIT at
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-35285
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
MARGARITA HERRERA. Petitioner
ORLANDO HERRERA. Respondent.
TO: Mr. Orlando Herrera
Can era .".I No M1S8
Harranouilla. Colombia ......
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution Of
Marriage has i.....n filed against von
and you are required to serve a cony
0l your written defenses. If any. to It
on ANTONIO J PINEIRO. JR. attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose address Is
K>1 N \V 12 Avenue Miami Florida
S312K: (305) 324-4555. and file the orig-
inal with the Clerk of the above ityl-
ed court on or before Januarv 17.
1975; otherwise a default will be en-
tered against rou for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FUlKIPIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
6th dav of December. 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By B J FOY
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Antonio J Pineiro. Jr.. Esoulre
|nl N W 12 Avenue
Miami Florida 33128 Attorney for Petitioner
12 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. 74-35583
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
RAYMOND GOELZ.
Husband.
and
DEBORAH REYNOLDS OOEI.Z.
Wife
TO: MRS DEBORAH REYNOLDS
GOELZ
.v. Navv RoadAot 111
Venice. California 90291
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
.-. has been filed ami nsi you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written if any to it
on Kwltnay, [Croon & Bcheinberg, at-
torneys for Petitioner, whose address
is 42" Lincoln Road. Suite 512. Miami
Beach. Florida, and file the original
with the clerk of the ab ve styled
court on or before January 17th 1975:
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
In the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecut ve weeks
in THE JEWISH PLORTDIAN
WITNESS mv hand nd the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
10th dav of December l!>74
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Bv I. SNEEDEN
As Denutv Clerk
(Circuit Court B
KWITNEY. KROOP *
BCHEINBERa P \
420 Lincoln RoadSuite SI]
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorneys for Petitioner
105-538-7575
U 13-20-27 1/3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of El Malecon Shopping Center at 5900
West 16th Avenue. Hialeah. Florida.
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
STUART Z PERMIAX AND
HARRY B SMITH. TRUSTEES
c/o Smith Mandler Smith Parker
Werner
?07 Lincoln Road Suite 7-B
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
SMITH. MANDLER. SMITH.
PARKER A WERNER
Attorneys for Applicant
407 Lincoln Road. Suite 7-B
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
12/13-20-27 1/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-34684
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Marriage Of
MARIA TERESA MACK. Wife
and DENNIS R MACK.
Husband
TO: DENNIS R MACK
(Residence Cnknown)
YOL ARE HEREBY notified that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you
are hereby reouired to serve a copy of
your answer or other pleading to the
Petition on the Wife's Attorney.
LESTER ROGERS, whose addreaa Is
1454 N W 17 Avenue. Miami Florida
23125 ami file the original with the
Clerk of the above stvled Curt on or
before this 10th dav of Januarv. Is"".,
or a Default will be entered against
you.
DATED this 3rd dav of December.
1974.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By T D DBLOADO
12 6-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBTf GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t< ngage in
business under the fictitious name of
MASTER WELDING SERVICE at
P.O.B UU, Hialeah Fla 12011 In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida
DAVID RCA
11 29 12'6-13-2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious names
of ULTRA-SHEER SUPER-SHEER
LUXOR-SHEER al 7401 Northwest
4Mb Street Miami. Florida 331f.fi in-
i- to register said names with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida
TRICOTA CORPi 'RATION
By: JfHN T LANSKY
dent
HARRY ZUKERNICK
A rney for Applicant
i Lincoln Rd.. Miami Reach. PI.
12 11-20-27 1 '3
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 RE THE MARRIACE OF:
GONZALO PEREZ GARCIA.
Petitioner.
and
DOLORES PEREZ GARCIA.
Respondent
TO; DOLORES PEREZ OARCIA
Campamento Tenedores
Morales v Zabal
Guatemala
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
>ou are required to serve a COPY of
your written defenses, if any. to It on
AIol-FO KoSS. attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address Is 101 N W. 12th
Avenue. Miami Florida 3312S. and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Jaa.
17th. 1H75: otherwise a default will be
entered against vou for the relief de-
manded In the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published once
each w..ek for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS mv haad and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
luth dav of December 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER
As "'lerk. Circuit Court
1 '.id. Countv. Florida
B] MARION NEWMAN
As I >cputv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
It 13-20-27 1.3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 7435508
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE OF SUIT
IN RE: The Marriage of
MOPID ALAM MAI.IK.
Husband,
and
Norm A RODRIGUEZ
1.IM \ MAI.IK
\\ IN-
TO: NoRMA RODRIGUEZ
LIMA MAI.IK
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
Vih ARE hereby notified that a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against vou and vou
are required to serve a copy of vnur
answer or pleading to said petition on
husband's attorney: Joseph J Gar-
sten K.-ii 1 or.u Spring Garden hoad.
Miami. Florida 33136: and file the
original anxwewr or pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 13th day of January.
1975. If you fail to do so. ludgment by
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded In said petition.
Dated this 10th day of December.
1974.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of Circuit Court
By C. P COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
11/13-20-27 1/1
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 The manian of
I.ESSIE CONWAT.
Wife.
And
LEROY CONWAY.
Husband
Yi >U I.EI'.i >Y CONWAT, r, -id.
unknowwn. are reouired to file vnur
answer t- the petition for dissolution
of marriage with the Clerk of the
above Court and serve a cony there-
of upon petitioner's attorney. Herman
Coinn. Esq., 82! S.W 1st Street Mi-
ami. Florida. 11110, on or before Jan-
uarv 1". l!-7".. or else petition will be
confess* d
Dated 1..... ti. 1 '.'74
RICHARD P BRINKER.
ci.rk. Circuit Court
By C i' C< iPELAND
Denutv Clerk
12 13-20-27 1/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 74-34309
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
IN RE: MARRIAGE OF
LeROY DEVLIN.
Pet I tinner-Husband
and
LUCILLE DEVLIN, a/k/a
LUCILLE MELISSA RAPPE.
i:. spondenl -Wife
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: LUCILLE DEVLIN, a k a
I.rcn.i.E MELISSA RAPPE
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU LUCILLE DEVLIN, a/k/a
LUCILLE MELISSA RAPPE are
hereby notified that a Petition for
D solution of Marriage has been filed
against you. and you are required to
-. rve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to said Petition for Dlssolu-
'.......f Marriage on the Petitioner-
Husband's attorney. Ronald L Davis.
Esq. PA 417 Biscayne Buildlng-19
ll.igler Street. Miami. Florida
33130Phone: 379-2851. and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 3rd dav of
January. IMS, If vou fall to do so.
ludgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded In
the Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage
THIS NOTICE shall be published
once each week for four (4) consecu-
tive weeks in the JEWISH FLORI-
DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 26th day of November.
1974
RICHARD P. BRINKER. Clerk
Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Bv: A. D. WADE
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
11/2* 12/1-13-20
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JWDtOtAt "CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. Tf'HIM
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage i !
FRANK I.ASORSA
Husband
DoNNA C. LASORSA
\\ Ife
TO: I tia C l.i-orsa
M Sheridan Ave
%&^BN#^REBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has I.....n filed against you and
vou are reouired to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If anv to It on
staniev E Goodman, attorney for pe-
titioner, whose address is 2hS N.W
(2nd Str..... Miami. Florida UI4T.
and file the original with the clerk
of the abow stvled court on or before
Januarv 17 197:.: otherwise a default
will be entered against vou for the
relict demanded in the complaint or
This notice shall be published ..nee
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI-oRIDIAN
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
6th dai of December. 1974.
RICHARD P BRINKER
A- Clerk Circuit Court
I Mde Countv Florida
By GU)RIA ELLIS
As Deputy Clerk
(Cll nil Court Seal) __
12/13-20-27 l'J
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAQE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 7415070
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OP:
ROD" 'IF" V ALVAREZ.
Petitioner,
BEP.TA OUIN ALVAREZ.
Respondent
TO: BERTA OUIN ALVAREZ
Pinar del Rio
Ciento Catorce
\{.t\ ana. Cuba
Tor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are reouired to serve a copv of
vnur written defenses. If any to It on
AlsM.Fo KOSS. attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address is 101 N W
12th Av.nue. Miami. Florida 33128.
and file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or before
January 17. 1975; otherwise a default
will be entered against vou for the
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be published once
am h week tor four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLORIDUM,
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
said curt at Miami. Florida on this
5th d.,v of I.....ember. 1974.
RICHARD P BRINKER.
A i 'lerk, Circuit Court
1 lade Cuntv. Florida
Bj C P COPELAND
As Deputy tTrrk
(Circuit Curt Seal)
ADOLPO K088. ESul'IRE
101 N W 12th Avenue.
Miami. Florida 33128
Attorney for Petitioner
12 13-20-27 1 3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-7592
(Judoe Nesbitt)
In RE: E-tate of
VERA Rl'TH FISHER.
lie. eaS4 d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All P. Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
You are hi r, Lv notified and ri IU '
ed to pie-, m anv laim- and .1. m II I
which you may have against the es-
tat. : \ BRA RI Til fisher de- eas-
ed late of Dade County, Florida, to
the Circuit Judges of Dade County,
and fib- the same in duplicate and as
provided in s. ,. Florida
statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, I
Ida. within four calendar months from
ti.. time of the first publication here-
of, or thi same will he barred
Filed at Miami Florida, this 9 th
da) of Dei ember, A 11 IM i
V. Robert Carlisle
as Attorney for the
L\. utor
First publication of this notice on
the uth dav of December, l; 74
V ROBERT CARLISLE
Attorney (or the Administrator
299 Alhamlira Circle
Corai Gabi.- Florida M1M
12 13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
, n PROBATE NO. 74-7438
II RE Estate of
FRITZ NEUHAU8
d. i ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in All Creditors and aii Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
You are h.reby notified and requir-
edI ti.i present any claims and demands
which you may have against the t
tale of FRITZ NEUHAU8 deceas-
ed late of Dade Countv. Florida to
the Circuit Judges of Dade Countv.
and file Die same In duplicate and as
Vrovlded in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County Flor-
ida, within four calendar months fr..rn
the time of the first publication here-
of. r the same will be barred
. Hied at Miami. Florida, this 6th
day of December. A D. 1974
ELLEN NEUHAUS
_, As Executrix
ih ,,'!i,07b"c".u2n of ,hl" no"ce on
ih.*.J,?,.h ,ll,v of December. 1974
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Executrix
w. We P'agler Btreet. Suite 1201
Miami. Florida 31130
12/13-20
ih
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice IS UERBB1 i:i\I5In that
h, undersigned, desiring to engage
,., business under the fictitious name
f SIMON FRUIT SHIPPER at
Collins Av.nue Miami Beach. Ha.
i Intends to register said name
WWItll the Clerk of the Circuit LoU.t
, I |,.,.!,. Countv. Florida
BRILLS INC
1^ 13-20-27 1/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring 10 engage
in business under the fictitious name
of DOMANI at lM N E 123rd Street.
North Miami. Florida 331.il intends
to register ssld name with the < lerg
, the Circuit t'ourt of Dade County.
MIi .'D 'N l El:l M AN1 <>* owner
TALIANOPP BADER. ESQS.
Attorneys for Domun, ^ ^ |/(
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of INTERNATIONAL LISTINO
SERVICE at 7857 Bird Road. Miami.
Florida, intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dude Countv Florida
JOHN E LeMIEUX
ROBERT P DALY
JOSEPH DiBAKTOU>MfcX>
Attorney for Applicant
1404 Bird Road
Miami. Florida 33153
Phone ZK-1171
11 13-20-27 1/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of PENGUIN ENTERPRISES st 139:1
k, Lali Lakes Drive. Miami. Florida.
Intend to register the said name with
the "'lerk "f the Circuit Court of Dude
County. Florida
MICHAEL J RAULSON
DIANNE J KAI I SoN
LEN. IRE RAULSON
JOSEPH DIBARTOU 1MB I
\ttorn, \ foi Applicant
4po llird R. ad
Miami Florida 331D5
Phone U6-U7I
12 13-20-27 1/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOSEPH NESBITT
PROBATE NO. 74-7M2
In RE Batata of
IRVING IIKI.U
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and reouir-
ed to present anv claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of IR\ ING BELL deceas-
ed late of Dade Countv Florida, to
the Circuit Judges of Dade County.
and fib- the same In duplicate and as
provided in S-ction 733 14. Florida
Btatntaa, In their otn.es m the Coun-
tv Courthouse In Dade Countv. Flor-
ida, within four calendar months from
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will he barred.
Hied at Miami Florida, this 4th
dav of December A D 1974.
HETTY BELL
A- Executrix
First pub'., at Ion of this notice on
the 13th dav of December. 19T4.
1 >a\ id s Kumble
Attorney f. Executrix
1SI I.in. ..In Ri '
Miami Beai Ma. 33139
11 13-20
IN THE C'CUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
TADE COUNTY
PRCBATE DIVISION
FR/ K B DOWLING
PRCBATE NO. 74.8049
In RE Bali of
EMAN'l'El DAVIS a k a
EM A Mil \\ IS. a k a
M ANNIE I VIS
de. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T til Crei I i ions Hav-
ing Claim- Demands Against Said
You by notified and renuir-
ed to presi lalms and demands
which v ai i have agalnai the es-
tate of EM i El D DAVIS deceas-
ed late of i.. c.untv Florida, to
Circul udgea of Dade c.unty.
and file II, mi In dun d as
prov id. d action 731 11 Florida
lit" ffices in the Coun-
tv Courthi i. Dad. County, Flor-
ida, witi endar months from
from tin t f the first publication
her. f. or ame w ill be I.
Piled V, i., this 3th
dav of Do \ d l74
i Li.i: DAVI8
Executrix
First nu' of this not loo on
llth d De. emb.r. I'i74
SHAPIRO |. WEIL .* SCHEER
Attomi irs I
4"T Lin. d. Miami Beach.
Florida 131
11 13-20
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DAD! COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 74.35430
CENI JURISDICTION
DIVISION
,. ,NOTICr .Y PUBLICATION
IN UK TI VRRIAOE OF:
OSVALDO IANI
Husbs
MARY JA -i'IANI
Y..ii, VL- WE I.I'CIANI. LAST
KNOWN BNCE. 90 |7 Street
",">" Sl Virginia 26101. are
hereby m p, serve a copy of
your Aris ,he Dissolution of
Marriage i .d gainst you. upon hus-
i""q'".'' OEOROB NICHO-
LAS. KM N W Itth Avenue.
Miami I (mo and nit oriKln^
with tie ,,,urt on or Dffore
..In v7' h.rwlse the Petltiorl
will be ro bv vou.
d?.'! ll',v "f f*0 '974.
RICHAI HUNKER, CLERK
B, J FOY
uty Clerk
12/13-10-17 I/|


December 20, 1974
+Jeiti FhridHain
Page 15-A
Pressure Mounts for Israel to Make New Concessions
jntinued from Page 1-A
;'s major powers are lining
liro-i ?olidl> in favor of an
Israeli withdrawal, with som
Un-atum- to its liXiT fron-
^l" Anderson did not spell
^modifications'* out.

It he declared that the State
men! regards the possi-
( another Middle Easl war
^^himost certainly" leading to
another Arab oil embargo.
"THIS WOULD be a disastrous
blow," said Anderson, in the
opinion of the Pentagon and the
State Department, which regards
the prospect of another war as
a blow to the U.S. economy on
the magnitude of Pearl Harbor
in 1941. and "that would plunge
the United States into a severe
--ion."
In the view of these officials,
Israel Eyes the Most
Advanced U.S. Fighters
WASHINGTON (JTA) Israel Is reportedly negotiat-
to purchase is ol the latesl U.S. fightei planes, the McDon-
Douglas F-15 valued ;it over a half-bilUon dollars.
The terms and methods <>f payment are under discussl >n
Irween the two countries and may have figured in I-
I i n Minister Yigal Alton's talks with U.S. officials here, in-
Bding Treat Secretary William Simon.
This, however, remains a matter of speculation, but
llcated that the Defense Department has formally offered
he planes t<> Israel anil that Israel has tentatively accepted.
tel was also reportedly offi red is of the new Grumman-
,ii.t I-'-l 1 Navy fighters but was sal I to prefer the smaller, less
pensive F-15 which is regarded as one of the most maneuver-
il le aircraft in the world.
I Sex No Sin, Rabbi
Tells 3,000 Women
At Seminary Meet
I KIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y.
H> an SO-niinute lecture before
jme 3.00(1 women, Dr. R
Brdis, professor ol philosophies
religion at the Jewish Theo-
bgical Seminary, said here that
nlay's sexual revolution "is not
Btally evil" and that "sex is not
sin. marriage ls not a prison,
id divorce is not a crime."
"The goal of love and com-
anionship." he said to delegates
at the Convention of Women's
1 ie for Conservative Juda-
Ln, is equal to the goal ot
brocreation."
hk ASKBD for understand-
kg and patience with those who
keek another way 11 lite, saying
|hat Judaism te.iches the Mijoy-
nent ol life and considers
Injoyment as a Mittvah.
He said that in some respects
he sex al revolution offers the
tomisr ol greater freedom I om
ind a higher measure
ess.
B : in i thi r ways, the sexual
J tion is the untried
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te t i lay's "new standards
and the permissiveness we see
all around us," divorce, illegit-
imacy, drug addiction and al-
coholism are on the rise and
this new life-style does not con-
stitute the answer to finding
happiness.
Instant gratification." he
said, "seems to have promul-
gated instant suffering, rather
than happiness."
He s'resscd that "mutuality
of love and respect remain the
foundations of marriage and
that love and sex are indivisible
in a complete man-woman rela-
tionship, in which the total hu-
man personality is Involved."
Expressing understanding of
today's life-Style, he said that In
spite of the loud chorus to the
contrary, "marriage is not merc-
|j one of many possible lifestyles
of eq lal le itimacy.
in MARRIAGE alone,'
ii'-s the sanctification of
a man and a woman through ti.e
nate and sit nificant of
all relationships."
He acknowledged that the
relationships, in these
!,... s of dissolving standards,
ivere difficult to achieve, but
with love, firmness and patience.
particularly in dealing with our
children, it was possible to strive
towards that goal.
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Except SHur Israel must be made to realize
that another war would be
equally disastrous so far as Is-
raelis are concerned.
"The last war cost Israel an
estimated S6 billion and brought
a painful devaluation of the Is-
raeli pound," said Anderson.
"Without heavy U.S. aid, the
tough little nation may not be
able to afford another financial
drubbing."
AT IrfE crux of the problem
is that "the U.S. taxpayers,
caught in their own economic
pinch, may be unwilling to pay
the bill for rearming Israel," An-
derson warned.
JEM "SALEM
As if to underscore the fear
of a resumption of the war. Gen.
Ariel (Arik) Sharon resigned his
seat in the Knesset on Sunday
Sharon is the hero who crossed
the Suez Canal into Egypt in the
1973 war.
The General is head of the
Likud, the right-wing party bloc.
THE RESIGNATION immedi-
ately opened UP his appointment
to i senior reserve officership in
the Israel Army. Sharon had
been pressing for another reserve
commission, but Israel has stead-
fastly refused to give such a high
military appointment (above the
rank of colonel i to any member
of the Knesset.
"Israel is facing a difficult war,
perhaps a decisive one." said
Sharon in announcing his with-
drawal from politics for the time
be-in".
SHARON HAS been a stead-
fast critic of Prime Minister Yitz-
hak Rabin's government.
"I feel liiat anyone who can
contribute to the defense effort
must do so." he said in explain-
ing his choice.
CAIRO
As if responding to the grow-
ing war fever, Egypt's Prime Min-
ister Anwar Sadat early this
week warned that he is growing
leary of Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger's step-by-step diploma-
cy toward peace in the Middle
East as too deliberate.
"If the Americans, through
their step-by-step approach, can
achieve any progress or success,
I welcome it," he said.
IF NOT, Sadat favors a quick
resumption of the Geneva talks.
a position in close accord with
Soviet Leader Leonid Brezhnev's
opinion on that subject,
The statement bj Sadat was
considered significant because of
the scheduled arrival in Cairo
next month of Brezhnev. Sadal
may be hinting that be will heat
up his ties to Moscow if K:
ger and President Ford can'l gel
l-i.i to make more significant
withdrawals from occupied ter-
ritories
HIRING FOREIGN Minister
Yigal Alton's meeting with l':v :
dent Ford in Washington I i.'
week, Israel offered withdrawals
of up to 30 miles beyond the
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Sam Schechter, Owiw-Mgr
present ceasefir- lines, but indi-
cated Israel would never give up
control of the (lidi and Mitla
Paasas until Egypt, over a period
of years, shows a genuine desire
for disarmament and peace.
Sadat said in Cairo that he
wants control over i;i now
He also warned that he knows
that Israel has atomic weapons
and that "We shall not be scared
or intimidated If Israel is going
to bring atomic weapons to this
area, we snali also find a way of
having atomic weapons.
"BIT WE shall not start, and
we shall not be the first to use
atomic wean as
Calling Israel's position "rigi I
Sadat questioned, "l>o they really
need peace, do they really aim
for peace?"
Sidat had no comment on the
demand bv his Foreign Minis-
ter. Ismael Fahmi, that Israel
give guarantees that II will -* o
Jewish immigration for the next
50 years, which Israel rejeci I
Sunday as "absurd."
in consumption would be highly
optimistic."
He said that "those who are
calling tor cuts of S2 to $4 a bar-
rel are really being quite un-
realistic."
BEIRl'1
Meanwhile, in Lebanon. Saudi
Arabian Oil Minister Ahmed
Zaki Yamanl said that any moves
such a~. those launched by Presi-
dent Ford and President D'Es-
taing to organize a united front
again t the high price of oil
would fail.
"THE ORGANIZATION of
Petroleum Exporting Countries
can cut production by at least
33 per cent without financial
damage to its members," he said
"Whereas even a 10 per cent cut
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< BANSTON WARNED that
the oil-producing Arab coun-
a e accumulating enough
to bankrupt some nations
de h ndenl on Arab oil for eco-
non \\ al.
tied thai a large
ii nators are prepar-
ing a letter to Presidi nl Fi .- d
' ted Nations ao
I suppoi ting tl e Palestine
Liberatii >n i h ganization.
tlso calls in the
enl to reiterate U.S. pol
tinning diplomatic mil-
,i tnd economic bupi ort of
I .. according to Cranston.
THE LETTER is being Ini-
tiated by Sen. Hubert H.
lie i ]>.. Minn.) whose
office sai! it was withholding
information about it until it has
bcei ed.
Weicker said In calling for a
commitment by the U.S.
t Israel that U.S. backing for
that country is as valid now as
it was when Israel was created
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Maurice Revitz To Chair
1
3fewis!l IPlOFidlfLaiirik Synagogue (louneii Dinner
Miami, Florida Friday, December 20. 1374
Section B
Russians Arriving in Miami
Tell of Death Sentence
hail I evicv, i 56-yea I
Jew who formerly managed a
large government store in
cow, has i)ooi! bi ntenced to
death tor alleged economic
crimes. The last time a Jew was
sentence i to leath in R issia
w as five y : I e itence
was ently comm iti
that is the story 19 R uuian
ji '-s oi nveyed '" the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation Com-
munity' Relations Committee on
arrival at Miami Interna-
tional Airport
ording to the Russians,
Leviev; a native of Bui hara, i
foi cm! visas for I
am. his family in 1971, resigned
fi om I b and handed the
Ho i ftr to a new mans
He received the usual certifi-
cate i-f dii hai :o stating that
he had completed his job in a
satisfactory manner.
However, In 1972, shortly aft-
er he and his family received
< xii visas, Lev iev wb* an esti
His wil parents ft for Is-
rael bul his wife and children
staved I ehind.
HE WAS ki; i in prta n I
tv < ycai s i efoi e he was bro
to trial m Most ow City <
a group
[ci lanU a used ol i
Cl II.1' s.
Leviev i I of malprac-
tice in hi : emenl of l e
stoi e he ha I eft three yeai
fore.
I'n lor oovnei law, the i
carrii the maximum penalt <;
which was Imposed
T evlev and several others, the
R ssians told the Federation.
.\s A lawyer, I an
ncerned and confused abo t
the !'.". i ss in this cast,"
Miami Beach attorney Bernard
Mandler, chairman of the
eration Community Relations
nittei
a- I in lerstand it. the It
Soviet limit for an investigation
i< nine months. This has taken
two years."
Mar .i d on "all citizens
d! good cons< lence" to join
in a protest, registered t<> Ro-
man Rodenko, procurator gen-
e a I, at the Kremlin:
are shocke
n port that Mikhail Leviev has
teen sentenced '" death in Mos-
cow for economic crimes under
in sual clrc imstances at a se-
cret trial. As an attorney, I
-'. ongl ; rotest the sever-
it. of the sentence and the ap-
parent!..' illegal length of inves-
tigation when the constitutional
limit is nine months.
"I urge the commutation ol
this sentence, and an end to
such cruel injustice."
Miamians concerned b; this
report may k*in Mandler in his
protest by a'so writing Rodenko,
as well as to Soviet Ambassador
Anatoly Dobrynin at the Soviet
Rmbassy In Washington, Secre-
tary of State Henry Kissinger at
the State Department, anil
President Gerald R. Ford at the
White House.
They may also express their
rn through the Federation
; unity Relations Depai t-
ment or the South Florida Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry.
Din itz' Histadrut Speech
Dec 29 To Be Major Address
si
the h nking Is
lomat In thi Uniti
I. ;iM :.,. s ake I I le His-
tadrut Foundation affi
or oi Israel V i terans I n
the .' Hotel
the ol
Dr, i
Ol :':
of M Bead I
'
:' I t thl
honoi I lose w ho
ivc made |
the re< 19
created l
te ns.
The '
ern ''
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Ideal ti in the
nation's history.
"Hi itad it res on*
healtl nd social wi
:. n :'< '" '
of the '
support I
ra \i citb th o I
point
lirman of
the So 'th Florida
v.o exi e i that the
,t/ e> li wi'l cl n :" "f
the a; io. ts mentioned hi vi
news ,,,av
now conl those who a a con>
cornel about Israel and its fu-
ture."
Dedicated to "Builders 01 The
Homes In The Homeland." the
affair follows the very success-
ful XV anniversary celebration
which raised 1430.000 in addi
tional bequests. The total raised
by Histadrut Campaign and by
the Foundation now stands at
over $35 million.
"Record attendance is expect-
MOE UVIH
DR. SOL STffN
DP.. ICON R0N SH
e to wide community in-
to pi
- ng for the va I in1 di
exec itivi i lin I
the S i I '' rida
the ifl li
;,,-.;. Hista
it
i Vnnivi activities
> with the
Conference Feb.
l
Services Thursday For
Dr. Abraham Wotfson
sham Wolfsoi
124 11th St eat, Miami
I, |] known lectun
an I a thority on Spin
i awaj in a local hos-
pital Tuesday, Dec. l". Dr.
Wolfson, who was horn in
Russia was a dentist and
came here from New York
iii 1937.
He is survived by a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Evelyn Niman, of
Great Nock. Long bland,
N.Y.j a son. Dr. Oliver
Wolfson. of Wlllard, N.Y :
five grandchildren and one
gi'eat grandchild.
Services were to be con-
ducted at 2 p.m. Thursday.
Dec. 19 at Riverside, 1920
Alton Rd.
JDL Announces
Plans For Rally
YORK Tht Jev ish De
i. ,u. has announced
on Jan.
a i
Is'No P
\ ., h a JDI 5pok
I mark the 1
of a "I >ug i, coaon en
. i Lhe i i
I LO
n,, ,11 d .' will be
a ma ;
nition of a Pale tine' con
,, to den 'nd i
the Land of Israel as the sol
rty of the Jevvtah i
, n li an i Ian
for unlimited Jewl h "'
in all parts ol Land f Is
racl.
JDL announce i that a n imbr
of oth. i gro ins. including s IIL
(Save (>ur Israeli hue agreed to
co-sponsar the day
The JDL office at 1183 Broad-
way released :i mes age from
Rabbi Meir Kahane, its inl
- chairman, announcing that
ho will he arriving tli.it day from
Israel I > partki 'at in the oven's
and calling unon .lows an <
the country to organise simul-
taneous (Iem a i-tvations. Plans
call for demonstrations in New
York City. Boston. Washington.
Philadelphia. Chicago. Los An-
geles and San Francisco.
Rnhhi Irwin M. Blank, presi
dent of the Synagogue Council
of America has announced the
appointment of Maurice ReviU
as i urn an of the dinner which
the C uncil U ten li ring to our
states newly elected U.S. Sen-
ator, Richard B. J-.onc. Sunday,
Jan i". at the 1
H .tel
In ai' ipting the chainr-ai
Mr Revitz, one ol Miami s l id
ing philanthropists and induv
trial! s lid I do so for a num
Fir :. tuse ol
in.' hu'i personal regard and af-
i t hi 1 have for the guest of
h jnor. our new Senator, Richard
B stone.
"Secon l because mj dear
friend and spiritual leader. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, honorary presi-
derrl of the Synagogue Council.
hi- a iked me to become involved
ar.d third, and most important,
h cause of my desire to help in
whatever way po*iible mv follow
American Jew through the Syna-
gogue Council of America which
is the umbrella agency for the
threo branches of American Jew-
ry Conservative, Oiihodox and
Reform.''
The Council's purpose is to
give th^ Jewish religious com-
munity a single address and a
MAURICt RtVITZ
united voice in all matters
garding which the three bra
es share a common concern
The memb ;r ag n m b of
Synagogue Council of Ami
are th six mtio- ll rabbinic
:..\ synagogal organizations v
together represent the largest
ri n tiruency in organized Jew >h
lifeapproximately four million
- nas igue affiliated Jews,
Special Sabbath Experience
For Conversion Students
A special Shabbat experience
is heuv; provided for the stu-
dents .-I the conversion class
sponsored by the So ith Florida
Ran* i: ii al As ml i m Fi iday
S t'trdav, Dec. 20 and -1 in
Mi mi '
Ra' bl Sej our Friedman,
ver anil a tor of the
\h\ indicates that
thi i the fi st time such an
nltv 'r> "live" a Jewish
Sa i at is be n > offered to
atcs for
THEY w '.!. nai tl ; .no in
I :......lOI
attend Ss
bs a i

mea tin ; i
bath on Sal i

women
had ten v twi I

ed to ii
nist
tions, ritual practices, and J
Lsii theology.
wl i be al tending i
ih festivities with tl
- ands oi wives and children,
RABBI VXD Mrs l.elu .
wil! join the groi p I F
dinnei .".t the Tar
T"( students hi .< I een
invited to a reception after the
v ening Ace
nan will deliver the
mon -t the services.
class will have two
Jan ar Each
i- with a spons -
during the course
on .
: tion for the
I is
in
inq .

En Essen will bs the recip-
ient of the 1974 Human Rela-
tions Awaid Saturday at a
dinner dance sponsored by
the Florida Chapter of the
Society ol Fellows ol the
Anti-Defamalion League of
B'nai B'rith in the Sutton
Beach Hotrl (formerly the
Eden Roc). Dore Schary, hon-
orary chairman of the ADL,
will be the guest speaker.
Sen. rnnnev To
>eak Jan. U At
Technion Confab
senal V. T nn
51 ite
the kej n
e no
tl '
ei
. Societ ;'- 'ik-
Snturds
. .Tan. 11, accoi'ding t >
\ nan J Kasser, president of
ith Florida Chapter.
>s national event cha
;-v luel p. Rautbord
n Beach and is I -
In given In honor of His Ex
' i.k in i eather, K.< '.-
; and lj Sir
win is Governor General of B
muda. 1 -o. informal:
contact American Toehaion E
ciety, N i. l Lincoln Road Bldg.,
Miami Beach.
..tor Tunney is a fi lend i I
Slate of Israel, and has dl -
tinguished himself on the influ-
ential Foreign Affairs Commit'
tee. He has spearheaded historic
environmental legislation which
Included a land-mark bill, first
in the nation's history, to crack
down on noise in our cities and
around our airports, and was
one of the principal authors of
the Water Quality Control Act.


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Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz
MENORAH (Temple). 20 75th St.
Conservative. RaoDi Mayer Abram-
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MER TAMID Temple). 79th St. and
Carlyle Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Eupne Labovitz. Cantor Edward
Klein. 29
BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
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PROCIM WWT SCHOLARSHIP FUND
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Honorees At Aracleinv Dinner
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1542
44 Washmoton Av- 32
BETH DAVID. :S.^5 SW 3rd Av*.
Conservative Rabfa Sil Landau.
Cantor v\ am Lip 4- A
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
ER 79th St. Ciusewav.
Bay Village. Conservative.
Carter Murray v ivneh 32-A
BE-H DAVD SCL'TH. 7500 SW
i2Cth St. Com > I \ 'i
Landau. Can! Lipson. 4-B
BETH KOCESH. 1101 SW 1?ih Ave.
Modem Traditional, Rahfci Max Sha-
p ro. Cantor Leon Segal Rev. Alex
Staff Rev M-ndcl Gtltternan 6
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DAS ACH'M NUSACH SEFARO
ON 7"7 Jth S:.
Oi"hodo-*. Kabbi Mordecai Chaimo-
. to, 32-B
MOftTN M'AMI BEACH
ADATH VE'HURUN (Temple). 1021
\E Miann Gardens Dr. Conservative.
Rabin Milton Schlinsky. Cantor Ian
Alpern. 33
AGUDATH ACHIM 3rd Ave. Hebrew
P-i o ous Community Center. 19256
NE 3rd Ave Orthodox. 33-A
BE_H TOV (Temple). 6438 SW fth
S: Conservative. Rabbi Charles Ru.
bei. 8
1 p.m., Si 'in
1 : .. I I IJ g W
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bj'nai ispaf.l and greater
Miami youth synagogue. 9600
S- -! Driva, Orthodox. Rabbi Ralph
C --"an, 8-A
BFTH TORAH. 1051 N Miami Beach
B'vi Conserv.it.ve. Rahhi Max Lin-
sch U. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson.
34
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BNAI RAPHAEL. 1401 N#V 193rd St.
Contervat ve. Rabbi Victor D. Zwel-
inq. Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION
CF KENDALE LAKES SW 107th
Av- at Kendall Dr. R.-.bbi Maxwell
Berger. 9
Reforr
IS = EL iTemplel OF
MIAMI. 137 NE 1th St
Josroii R, Narot.
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SINAI (Temple) OF NORTH DADE.
18801 NE fend Ave. Reform. R.ah-i
Ralph P. Kmgsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
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greater Ar''M. and I! of Mr. and

SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 19151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dnv
B Jmck. 38
ISDici iJE CENTER. 3176 SW
St Conservative. Rab!>i Srlrmcn
Wa.lenberg Cantor Nathan Parnafs
11
1 IS pi :!
II '
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OP PLOM (Temple! 8755 SW 16th
St Conservative. Rabbi David M.
Barcn. Cantor S'anley Rich. 13
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml-
AMI 090 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Zev Leff 39
CORAL GABLtS
JUDEA (Temple). 5550 Granada Blvd.
i rvabbi Mr haal B. Eisen.
stat Cantor Ri*a Shore. 40
' m Saturday 1 m .
isrhti r of
TEVPlE ISRAEL SOUTH (Formerly
B-'.- Tikva) Q^"5 Sunset Or. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 13-A
TIFERETH ISRAEL (Temple). 6500
N V ami Ave Conservative. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes.
Z'ON .Temple). 8000 M.'ler Rd. Con.
ervative. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Herman. 16
i IS ii m Adult Education
lu< ird Su-roi.
m airman nl iht- South I":' i la
i S v. I, u rv. will dls-
i DiUtsnnta of Soviet .I-wr\ "
Bi tui 1 in Bar Mttivah of
.i nl Mr and Mrs Jeva* Tatt-
ler, Bermoi Bedrah of tt-.t w.ek
HIALEAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. C.nservative. Rabbi
Nathan Zolonoek. 15
MOUTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGRfGATION.
22?f NE 12ist St. Conservative.
Piabbi Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor
Yehuda Bmyamin 35
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamor.a Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein.
41
i lay. 8:15 pi "Minds
Xi-vtr Ri r. ,i m r. -
Ix HlMr l.
SURfSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9248 Hardmn Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac D. V-ne. 50
TOUT LfiUDlRDALE
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W.
Oak Labowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu 42
Frldaj in m 8 iturdsu I 4'. ;i m
Mitr.vnh of Bruce, aon "f Mr and
Mrs Alei Bpector Klddaab followa
servii
EMANU-EL. 3243 W. Oakland Park
Blvd Rr'orm. Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement 43
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. Reform. 3501 Univer.
sity Dr. Rabbi Max Weitz. 44
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 9100
NW 57th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Milton J. Gross 44-A
FOMPANO BtACH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 6101
NW 9th St. 44-B
MIAMI BfACM
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Ca-lvle Av*.
Orthodox. Rahbi Sheldon N. Ever. 17
BE'H EL.
Orthodox.
2400 Pine Tree
Dr.
5
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
BETH JACOB SOI Washirgtcn Ave.
O'trodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
wiraky, Cantor Maurice Mamche.
19
BETH RAPHAEL iTemole). 1545 Jef-
ferson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
Elliot Winograd. Cantor Saul Breeh.
20
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 fhase
Av- Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser. 21

SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skoo.
Cantor Yaacov Renzer. 49
HAUAHDAU
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
Conservative. -116 NE 8th Ave. Rabbi
"arrv E. Schwartz. Cantor Jacob
Danziger. y%
p in Sermon: 'The n. -
he v, Baturdav. <;
Ptur< Leaaon nt ihi- \v. tk,
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (Tetnole). 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Asis'-
ant Rabbi Harvey M. Rosenfeld 45
I II p.m.. Sermon: '"Tha Aft-
iiukuh inea sii-itihat
Mr. and Mi tak Wolff
In bottor *'1 their nnnlToraaiy.
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BETH SHALOM iTempI-) 46ni Ar-
thur St Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 46
TEVPLE BETH SOLOMON. 1031
Lincoln Rd. Modern Conservative.
Rabbi David Raab. Cantor Morde-
cai Yardeini. 21-A
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Asoc ate Rabbi Chaim S Listfield.
. S n m Saturdnv. 8:30 a.m.
BETH TFILAH.
Orthodox.
935 Euclid
Ave.
22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE-
GATION. 843 Meridian Avt. 22-A
BNAI ZION (Temple). 2O0-178th St..
M-ami Beach. Rabbi Dr. Abraham
I. Jacobson 22-B
CUBAN HEBREw CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox
Rabb' Dew Rozencwaig. 23
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION 715 Washington Ave.
Rabbi Meir Masliah Melamed. 23-A
EVANUEL (Temple). 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pine Tree
Or Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander *
Gross. 25
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JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
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Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Canter Meyer Enael. 26
KNC6ETH ISRAEL T4TU Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Oavid Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Serf. 27
TEMPLE BETH AHM Conservative.
310 SW 62nd Ave.. Hollywood. Rabbi
David Rosenfield. 47. B
TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal). 5101 Sher-
idan St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Robert
Frazin. 47-C
YOUNG ISRAEL of HOLLYWOOD
(Orthodox). 38S1 Stirling Rd. 53
MIS AM AS
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Drazin.
Cantor Abraham Kester. 48
HOMfSJIAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER.
'83 NE th St Conservative. 51
Harry Hershfield Passes
Humorist, cartoonist, author,
radio show host, toastmaster and
master storyteller Harry Hersh-
field died Sunday in New York
after a long illness. He was 89
Hershfield hosted the popular
radio show "Can You Top This?"
in the 1940s.
More than 1.200 leaders ol
: Florida Jewi h conuminitj
wi 1 h >nor Mr, and Mm J<
Beach Sundaj
. al tl; i 27th annual S< holar
:>:., r .' the Gr taler Miami
pv. Wad< my.
The !
itj dinner ever heid in
ri la excluding nation il
convei is Israel orga
i i be held at the I
iii-it Hi tel n Hoi ywoi d, \ 6 p.m,
tion : I ;" cede the 7 ;> m.
banquet and dam e
of th? dinner will be
used for I I irship fund of
the A ademy, largest Hebrew
day school in the South with
l 0 student- Son
$300 000 n I holarsh ps are pro-
vided by the Hebn m Acad my
Last yei ved
$50,000 from the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, of which it
icy.
Cohen is a found ir and \ ice
presidenl of the Hebrew Ace I-
d it of T<
>lii
eGreal
,.f the Ji
Fund Co
H .i memb
I f direct Bar Man
t and ,i I
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I. AMD M*S. JOStPH COHtH
Hirt Speaking At JHHA Luncheon
The Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary. Jewish Home and Hos-
pital for the Ased. wa> to bold
its Building Fund Luncheon at
D lug'.as Gerdeos, 151 NE 52n.i
St.. Thur. day r.oon in the Ruby
Auditorium.
Mrs Sol Silverman, Building
Fund chairman, was to welcome
tv guests and Mrs Lawrence
Silverman, pre.id?nt. extend
etings I'he Invocation was to
be ui\en by Mrs, Irving Cypen. !
Ft Hirt executive director
David Pinski Club Begins
16th Season Friday Night
The David Pinaky Club has ar
ranged an outstanding literary
and musical progiam. launching
its 16th season of cultural ac
tivity. on the Mezzanine Floor of
the Algiers Hotel. 2555 Collins
Ave. Friday at 7:30 p.m.
L. Lasavin, author and lectur-
er, will speak aoout 'The Poetry
of Chaim Grade'*; soprano Nina
Diamond will entertain the
gathering, accompanied by pi-
anist Helen Treitman, with selec-
tions from Yiddish and Israeli
Songs: Valve! Rosenbloom will
read Grade's porms. Refresh-
ments will b? served; the public
is invited
of the home, was to speak on
the newly proposed bttiaditsg I Otfl
pi \ A tour of all the norm 'i
facilities waa to be made after
the luncheon
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
6 TEVETH 5:13
Joseph P. Zuckermcm is
chairman of the Farband
Labor Zionist Alliance's 10th
Annual Conference on be-
half of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's 1975
Combined Jewish Appeal -
Israel Emergency Fund to be
held at the Barcelona Hotel
Sunday, Feb. 2. More than
500 quests from the Lebedik-
er, Bialyk-Ben-Gurion. David
Bless and Moshe Dayan
branches will participate. A
apecial morning session will
feature prominent speakers;
a concert will follow at noon!
: ichol irship, n
roe d 'liar tar each
commande .
/. : '-.j b.t-S CtORGt fllDtKKRfi
-
II I
ru enrolled i
f
A idem)
Mr. and Mr- i
let w!l < ve thi
bn \ ..ii rnj Convnun tv S
N rd in recognition of 1
l and dieting d
si -. t in i Ii id irehlrp i
nd f eornm
have been in tin
i the i ffoi la of Um He-
brev c immunity, beadini
' i bined Jewish Appeal 1- I
Emergency Fund cami'jun ef-
forts for the peal aeveral years,
>!rs. Feldenkreis is past pre-i-
dent of t'le Cuban Hebrew Con-
gregation Sisterhi>od and vice
pr"id"-t of the Hebrew Acad-
emv Women Thev also have beta
,t :\e for Israel Bonds
0car M Schaniro. a tenior
vice pre ident of the Hebrew
( rlemv and chiirmsn of the
-d of Kne-eth Israel Congre*
a, w\i\ receive a nedal ri-
totion --n the occasion of his
"aecond Bar MiUvnh," ai hi ,--
vt BSrd birthday al the
Mr and Mrs Cohen w 1
b* I rating their Golden \n-
niver
Ted B 'din and SMnej P
an of the Hebi w
v : FelhMn; George K m-
me! i irman of the board I
and I H Abrasns is
in of the executive tmv
mlttee, Samuel Reinhanl is
r vice president.
Rabbi Alexander S. G
princii al of the school for almoal
all o> Id 27 years, will be the
dinner -neaker and confer the
iwarda He has sparked the He-
brew \cadeniv s steady growth
ft v. m\ ..-indents in 1M8 to a
complete educational insliniuon
from nursery through high
school.
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Three Miamians To Receive
Brandeis University Awards
JNF-Morton Towers Banquet J
Scheduled Sunday, Jan. 5 I
Three prominent Miami area
residents will reeeive Brandeis
University's Distinguished Com-
munity Service Award at a din-
ner-dance in their honor Satur-
day. Dec. 28, at the Doral-on the-
Ocean Hotel. Miami Beach.
Named to receive the awar.i-
are Ralph Levitt, chairman of the
board of the Levitz Furniture
' Corp. of Miami and also a Bran-
vice chairman of the Fellows of
Brandeis University; Dr. Stanley
Frehling. a Miami Beach surgeon
and a regional vice chairman of
the Brandeis Fellows ami I-eon-
ard A Wicn. president and board
chairman of Industrial 1'nited
Corp of Miami an dalso a Bran-
deis Fellow.
The three will be cited as com-
munity leaders "who have,
through their effort- >nred ih
cause of higher education be-
cause of their interest and com-
mitment to Brandeis University."
Chairman of the dinner-dance
is Melvin S. I.andow. chairman of
the board of Kennedy and Cohen.
Miami based national retail ap-
pliance stoie chain Cochairmen
are Dr. Maxwell Dauer. a mom-
' ber of the University of Miami
faculty and owner and adminis-
' trator of several hospitals and
nursing homes, and Lawrence C.
' Porter, senior partner in the law
firm of Porter. Donsky, and stew-
art of Miami, and a Brandeis
President*! Councilor
Principal speaker at the dinner
' will be attorney I awreiue A
Wien nf New York City, former
chairman of the Brandeis Board
of Trustees, founder of the Wien
International Scholarship Pro-
gram at Brandeis and a brother
of one of the honnrec-
Active m many Brandeis pro-
gram-. Levitz beaded a commit-
tee of South Horidians who
sponsored a 1972 linner-dance on
behalf of tlv university and was
' Miami city chairman for the
"Brandei; 2.r> Annual Giving Pro-
gram" during the university's re-
cent 23th anniversary year He
is also a generous contributor to
the Brandeis scholarship funds
and. in 1972, his colleagues in the
furniture and home furnishings
Industries en ated a scholarship
fund in his name at Brand
Dr. Frehling is among the uni-
versity's earliest supporters and
is a former president of the
Greater Miami Brandeis Club. He
was chairman of a 1!M>6 Brandeis
dinner in Miami and is active in
the university's annual giving
program, The "Dr. Stanley and
Marion Frehling Laboratory'' at
Brandeis was dedicated in 1965
in honor of the noted rurgeoo
Ralph levifi
Leonard Wien
Or. Stanley frehling
and his wife by the Miami-based
Samuel Blank and Family Foun-
dation.
Wien has also served as presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Bran-
(I is Club and has held leader-
ship roles in several Miami area
medical groups, art. music and
business organizations and in na-
tional ecumenical causes. He has
received the Brotherhood Award
of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews and was
recognized by Pi Lamda Phi fra-
ternity.
I.andow retired in 1965 after
selling a Pittsburgh-based appli-
ance store chain. He moved to
Miami and founded his present
corporation m 1966. He is the
author of two books on retailing.
The dinner-dance is an annual
event sponsored by the Miami
crea friends of Brandeis
km 11 To Speak
At Beth El
Breakfast Sunday
The cultural program of Temple
Beth Fl will present Eliezer
Kroll. Regional Director, Israel
Aliyah Center. Inc.. in Miami, at
a 9:30 am. breakfast hosted by
the Brotherhood Sunday in the
Tobin Auditorium of the temple,
1351 S. 14th Ave.
Mr Kroll, who will speak on
Israel Today," is a graduate of
Indiana and New York univer-
sities and served in the Israeli
army from 1952 to 1954. He was
a member of Young Judea and
the Intercollegiate Zionist Fed-
eration and served as director of
the North American Desk. Aliyah
Department of the World Zionist
Organization.
Mr Kroll coordinated the
pre-Aliyah arrangements for
American-Canadian olim han-
dled by the 17 North American
regional office- He also lectured
to many groups on the problems
of Aliyah. and has been an active
member of th. Association of
Americans and Canadians in Is-
rael
The public is invited Dona-
tion covers breakfast, with pro-
ceed-; going to the Youth Activi-
ties Fund.
The traditional JNF-Morton
Towers Banquet will be held
Sunday. Jan. 5, in the Fontaine
bleau Hotel according to Ja\ Der
mer. president of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund in Greater Miami,
and Dr Irving Lehrman. Founda-
tion chairn -p
"The honorees for this impor-
tant event. Sophie Haspel and
Fanny Houtz, are two of the fin-
est ladies of Morton Tower-.
said Dermer. "Mrs. Haspel has
distinguished herself for many
years in her own right as a gen-
erous humanitarian, and for over
two decades helped her husband
in his dedicated work for Zion
"According to the wishes of her
husband, she has established spe-
cial equipment for emergency
treatment of soldiers in Tel
Hashomer, Israel. Mrs. Hnapel
has also been very active in Jew-
ish National Fund, Hadassah.
B'nai B'rith and ORT.
"Mrs. Fanny Houtz has achiev-
ed an illustrious name and re-
sults for the Morton Towers
Chapter of Hadassah and has
been acknowledged in ORT and
B'nai B'rith. She has written her
name indelibly in the archives!
and achievements of these insti-
tutions," Dermer added.
"It is befitting." commented
Dr. Lehrman. "to choose the-*1
ladies to be honored by Jewish
National Fund, the crown jewel
of Jewish institutions and the
mother of the State of Israel. For
had it not been for Jewish Na-
_
Colder Features Handi Cap
The Miami Beach Handicap
Florida racing's first important
test for the 1975 classic colts and
fillies is the featured attraction
at i";ilder Race Course Saturday
Racing continues through the
holiday week with the S2
added Wednesday. Ten races are
run daily Monday through Satur
day with first post at 1:18 p.m.
tional Fund, there would be no
Israel."
A musical program is bein?
arranged by Maestro Shmuel
Ker-hko. and plans are being
formulated to secure a prominent
speaker. Chairmen of this out-
standing event are Lou Aronson
and Mannie Mentz. Mrs. Aronson
ai.d many other distinguished
Morton Towers leaders are work-
ing with them.
PIZZA
What should a Jewish mof*er'
do whose kids love to nosh
Italian? Simple. Just whip
up a glorious pizza pie. So
ea8y, with the help of Chef
Boy-Ar-Dee'. Chef has put
It all together in one box:
pizza flour mix, special
sauce, zesty cheese, easy
directions. So in 20 minutes
out of trie oven will pop a
sizzling bubbly hot pizza to
the chefs taste-and your
family's. (Better make two!(_
you want a taste.) ,
Theatre Guild Casting Call
Temple Zion Theatre Guild has
issued a casting call for the
Broadway musical "Pajama
Game" on Jan 7, 9. 12 and 13 at
8:00 p.m. in the I 'mple This pro
duction will be directed by Do
lores Miller and Sally Levin For
further infom ition, call Bi
Kaplan. Theatre Guild president
"My husband's
a "perked coffee" May vin.
He insists on Maxim."
Maxim tastes like fresh
perked coffee because
.Maxim starts with fresh
perked coffee. Then it's
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perked coffee. That's
Maxim. Fantastic flavor
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Women s Seminar Established by Chabad House
A program of Jjmujhistmlios
.1 exclu-i" ely to womTn has
m i i.d hy Chabad
e, South Florida's Lubtaitch
vHy center.
THINK
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2 matzos
more
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Someone said you're
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more per box ... in every
box of their delicious
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JEWISH FOODS
SINCE 5649
Produced under
Rabbinica
Certificate on reque
Called the Machon Chana
ens v"Saninar* of Jesrt*h
Studies, the curriculum will of-
fer a diverse variety of subjects
and will be aimed at women of
college age. Semesters are three
months in length and credits
transferrable to most seminaries
and Hebrew schools.
The program will he con-
ducted along the lines of a
workshop." said Mrs. Rivka K irf,
director tl the women's seminar",
way things will stay in-
formal and the opportunities for
individual participation enhanc-
V-'ii'l why ih" need for in
Opti-Mrs. Ciub Luncheon To
Feature Theatre Production
The Opti-Mra. Club of Mmni
Beach plans its main fund-raising
event of the year Jan. 22 in the
!!\::t Hotel. It will be a lunch-
eon featuring '.he Kins Theatre
production of "Dames At S i,"
according to Mrs William Car-
mel, president of the club.
Funds raised at the luncheon.
which is under the chairmanship
of Mrs. Murray Sotmett. will heln
maintain scholarships for emo-
tionally disturbed children at the
Montanari Clinical School in HI-
aleah and the Grant School in
South Miami as well as aiding
Miami's Aleph HotlS I
B'nai B'rith Lodges Plan
Board Meeting, Vets' Party
Sholem Lodge No 1024. B'nni
B'rith. will ho'd a board meet-
ing Monday at 8 p m. in the Is-
raelite Center. 3173 SW 25t!\
St.
Dedication Lodge No. 2743 is
sponsoring a ("hanukah party at
the Veterans Hospital Monday
noon, featuring five magicians
headed by "The Amazing Law-
rence I.ou Xorkin is the
1 i Ige's Veterans Affairs Commit-
tee ch lirman.
Seminar For Singles Friday
The Young Protest ionals and
Professionals II Singles Clubs
are co? ponsoring a seminar on
''Becoming the Sensuous Man
Th Sensuous Woman." featuring
"R" as l< i li r < R" is a clinical
psychologist! The seminar will
be h"'.l at the Vmerican Sat u
1201) Lincoln 1M Man-.
B> b< h, Friday at 8 p.m.
House Party And Dance Se
Professional' II, for singU In
lli -ir 30s and 40's, i- o-'sorini
a li ".i party on Miami Beach
Saturday at 8 p m The Y. an i
Pi tfeuior ils and Professionals
II -1! present thi ir bigue t liv?
Ivnl danc* of 1*74 at The
Mousetrap, 7490 Biscayne Blvd.
Sunday at 7:31) p.m.
Whaltiolt Dittrrt.at.ri .
QUEEN ESTHER
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and
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f the fi'.est U.S. Covt. Impede*
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exclusively female educational
program. M."*fcorr*''rt,r>rTW:
'Judaism represents a universe
of spiritual and intellectual
knowledge, much of which is ad-
dressed to women specifically.
In these times of heightened
female awareness, a program like
this is very relevant to young
.Jewish women."
Al o teaching courses will be
Rabbis Phineas Weberman a 11
D.r id M ii. .i- Subje Is includ id
in th? curriculum will be Praj
ci -. Sci iptures, rwi ;i Law, Jew
ish Philo -'i'.y and H
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at Chabad II -use, 1401 Alton Rd..
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Alvin M. Goldberg, execu
tive director of Mount Sinai
Medical Center, has been
appointed un Adjunct Profes-
sor in the Department of Epi
demiology and Public Health
at the University of Miami.
Mr. Goldberg will serve in
Ihis part-time position until
next May. at the request of
the Chairmen of the Depart-
ment cf Epidemiology.
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Friday, December 20, 1974
*
What Should We Do About Christmas?
The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami has released the
text of a "Guide for Jewish Par-
ents Regarding Christmas by its
executive vice president. Rabbi
Solomon Schiff.
The guide i- in response I i
many inquiries ry countless Jew-
in the coi
"DURING THIS time i
year. Jewish families
i b\ c infusion a i
lid pose; for
R ibbi S
o is v i thi
apli
The Guide's
, tv,,, ponf i
the questions and answers in-
clude:
O. Kn't Christina* i national
holiday which all Jews ran ob-
serve in good conscience?
A. Banks and ment
agencies do do e, but above a'l
thins*. Christmas is a m
Chri-tian holy day which ce!e-
bral (s the birth of Jeus. the
Chri-tian Messiah To t to
our Christian fri I- I t-
mas is anything ele would
premmptuous. Chi In is not
in I"' "l
giving Day Fourth .
De< ration Dm
At S
i
<' To do -
Q. Ron I Christian
nin and tv i sponaib!? < hris-
tian laity regard the problem?
A. Responsible Christian lead
ers bem tan the perversion of the
' stmas oason and are trying
to do something about it. Chris-
tian clergymen and laymen con-
stantly speak out againsl the
commercialization of the Christ-
elebrati m. It is a rel
-iiould be regarded
nich,

o. What abenl the Christaaas
tree?
\ T le Christmass tree is dis-
si i as
Aleph Class
Consecrated
At services Friday evening,
6. members of the Aleph
I ..,- lion B'nai Ra-
consecrated.
The consecrants included Bar-
bara Berger, Laura Bogeslov.
Richard Buaoh, Steven Cohen.
Ted David, Patty Fishel. Jason
eld, Jeffrey Lserson, Jack
K nig, Steven Kobrin, Alan
Levi, Robin Lowy, Jodi Markley,
Andrew Miller and Beth Moffo;
i ;;. .,.. Perunan, Maureen
Fivnidc, Mark Planco, Daniel
! urisch, Dai id Rosen, Sherri
Safra. Miriam
V1 im Smi'h Ni I S|
a Wagn r,
Beth Yi
ilong
Mrs.
B'nai
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LIVE PERFORMANCE ON STAGE
December 2Bth thru January 12th
CINEMA THEATRE :H
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NIGHT IN J
JERUSALEM
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Jfhe BROTH ERS Zl M]
yL, VOCALISTS
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Since Christmas is for Christians.
the Christmas tree is appropriate
for Christians only. The Christ-
mas tree has no place in the
Jewish home, nor should any
Jewish child be compelled to
participate in observances involv-j
ins; Christmas trees.
Q. Should Jewish children
participate Id I hrtstnuta part
in the pnblic schools?
a. Parties designated as
Christm <>r having the
ap| hristmas part
have no place in the pub
schools Winl t or year end p
ature are ac
cepta
-
Q. Is il appropriate to give
gifts to Christian friends?
A it is appropriate to Ive
Christmas -ifts to our Christian
friends However, it is not ap-
propriate to present Chr:
Sifts to .lews

Q. Should Jewish children
participate in < hrtataaa playa
in public schooLs?
A. No Christmas plays gen-
era'.ly portray religious themes
which have no place in a public
I On the other hand, some
schools hold .i so-called "Wintei
Ft th al" in which an tttti
id all rell tious con-
B t is torn 'times
rh' distin
If th parents f -el that the

in maj i i
I

l. Should lewish children
tint < hi istmas Carets?
\ So. Carols, b
is d i n rt b i th
lewish i
d not ii i ed to sii

t. Neul
that haw no religious references,
however, are acceptable.
hairr our children
them not to par-
Q. On m J
bv directing
tklpate?
No The ela-i m Is
A.
one
aftuMgs naany places whseh re-
veals the existence of differences.
We further our children's per-
sonal growth and maturity by
ing them that they can re-
the faith >f their neighbor
without enibi.icing that faith. We
can clearly mark the*e differenc-
es by such simple statements as
iv a hat we do." and This
i what we do not do."
rorc
hope school
r ? i r MENTALLY PtlATDED
Pinudh Present*
The Houston
Ballet
hi
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JjLN. 17.1975
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FRI JAN 17-TMURS JAN 23
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IUES MARCH 11 SAT MARCH 16
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S'000 S12 50, $1500
FRI FEB. 21-27
HERD ALPERT
$10 50 S'l 50 $12 50
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FRI FEB. 14-20
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ser
*Jenifi Florid fort
Paae 7-B
Judaica High Scliool Courses *SS?2LH ^T^
Conducted Throughout Dade
Intensive study fMMaPI college
credit courses, rap groups and
coffee houses, weekend Shabbj-
tonim and Akiva Leadership pro-
- all will be part of the
forthcoming winter tern; of the
Judaica High Schoal program of
the Central Agency for Jewish
Education, conducted under the
personal supervision of Gene
Greenzwetf, director of youth
programming, and Rabbi Shim in
Azulay. high school COordli
The exceptional growth of the
Judaica High School from a lim-
ited enrollment of ISO students
lest than five yean ago. to over
1,000 teen agen in the classei
and many others in the 0 ll reach
enrichmnnt programs, has been
1:1 ide possible by major subsida-
tion of the high school by the
Gr "er Miami Jewish F( i r i
tion. Herbei t Zr I B* rger,
tor of the CAJE, mdi<
T i Jud i a High -
con hi' ,1 in cooperation with
\ erj '.'.i jor syn i :og'.te in
the community with the educa-
li adership of the congre-
gat "i- sharing In the fic-
tion of the curriculum, the super-
n of the and the
recruitment of tudent Th
' ni of the Judaica High
Si h il h is r suit c high -' 'i m>] Jewish
' il entire Da I
Com ; uea
Al Ti mi i En" inn El, M
Beech, for example, intensive
classes arc conducted twice a
week for four hours of study
Courses Include Hebrew for col-
lege civd.t. the Mi.hneh Torah
of Meimonides, the Message of
the prophet Isaiah for our time,
and th | Life Cycle of the Jew.
At Temple Menorah. the Book
of Genesis is taught, utilizing the
material of the Melton Research
Center, with other courses in-
cluding the Holocaust, Values
through Hebrew, the Ethics of
Judai in Jv I. ism and I hriitian-
ity, Israeli Lite Style, and Israeli
Dancing.
temple Nor Tamid Ins begt'n
u courses of studj with a spe-
cial program on Love, Sex and
Marriage In the light of tradi-
tional .li wish values.
One oi the mosl exciting new
i by the Judaica
Rch ">l >s the aching of
Jewish history through the use of
the novel. I a Source," by
James Micnener
Through com n of tach
of the i scribed in the
bo k. the Judaica High s-h00l
) has ii 'i able to evoke
for d -en-, on the values that
motivated J i a s u r \ i val
ages II pla
' i
. i : ir so
thai m rr ij lie taughl thr u il
the immunity on a high scho 1
a thrill _,
a second
EVERY NIGHT
a. -T.AC *- ^ (except Sunday
St f.H-O P.m. and Christmas)
MATINEES
at 1:00 p.m. next week
MON., FRI., SAT.,
at the all new
Hollywood ^
DogTracKy
Division ol CASTLE TON INDUSTRIES INC.
ALL grandstand
DINING & SEATING RESERVATIONS CALL
BROWARD: 920-9400 DADE: 944-3205
ONE MILE SOUTH of the Hollywood Circle on U.S. 1
ONE MILE EAST of I-95 on Pembroke Road at U.S. 1
Other courses that have been
developed for college credit
through Miami-Dade Community
College North have been The
Jl Wish American Short Story, the
Literature of the Bible, the
American Jewish Novel, and i
Jewish History
Unique classes within the poly-
lingual framework of the pro-
gram include Jewish Life and
Culture conducted in Russian
and English for the teen-agers of
the Russian immigrant families
who have come to the Miami
community during the last year.
Jewish Tuditional Values taught
in Spanish for the class of the
Sefardic Jewish community, and
a class in 'The Joys of Yiddish,"
based on the best seller by Leo
Hosten.
Members of the Judaica High
School combine community serv-
ice with their studies and will be
active in the forthcoming cam-
paign of the Combined Jewish
-Appeal of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. In addition,
members of the Akiva Leader-
ship Program participated in the
recent 1 irael Bond Drive held in
the community.
Registration for the coming
term beginning after the winter
public school recess will be held
in most of ihe synagogue
branches of the Judaica High
School, an I those who have not
yet participated in the program
are urged to call the Central
Agency for J< ( h Education for
Inform ition about programs near
their homes.
Forty-five Jewish immigrants
from Russia between 7 and 83
years of age met at Chabad
House Sunday to celebrate their
arrival in South Florida and the
religious freedom they have
found here.
Rabbi Sholom Blank, actit
director of Chabad House,
of the noveltj of such an occa-
sion for the Ru iians. Ti-." eve-
i with an introduction
ai I orii tal n ol lot Jl Russian
speaking rabbi Rabbi Abi
i '. ibad M >use d n I r,
the continued u of
Chabad House as a gathering
plac-.' for the Russian
se iKsiic seye wc M *fc *>* ** s anise eijg
Beth David Congregation
presents
a concert evening
with the great Russian tenor
MIKHAIL
ALEXANDROVICH
i versatile artist, who moves from Italian Bel
Canto to folksoncs and of course cantorial music
SUNDAY DECEMBER 22, 1974, 8:30 p.m.
Beth David Aud., 2625 S.W. 3rd Ave., Miami
Ticket prices ... All scats reserved S10.00 S7.50,
$5 00 Tickets on sale at: Sounds Ol Music, Miracle
Mile; Stuarts-Kanter, Dadeland; Heritage House
Suniland Shopping Center Mail Orders Beth
David Congregation 2625 S.W. 3rd Ave Miami.
For futher information call 85 1-3911
Terry and JulM Buiidan, Chairmen (
3JR TiKTlKAK 7>K 7,K 7IK 7>fC Mi 71 Kt 7>fs 71 7,K 7,K 7(K 7,K 7,K Tlft Tld =** **
Executives (Huh
Installs Officers
The Miami Beach Executives
Club will hold its annual Instal-
lation Su*>day, Jan. 5. at the
Harold Ri sen
officiating.
Among th<>
new officers to
Anienc.iia Ho-
tel, with Mayor
be installed
are Dr. Mur-
ry Greenwald,
president;
Chester
Wynne, first
vice president;
Philip Drex-
ler. second
vice president: Ben Giller. sec-
retary: J. D. Prior, treasurer; and
David Levy, chaplain.
The Board of Control, headed
by William J. Schusel. chairman,
will consist of Dr. Frederick
Bergman, Louis Jacobson. Dr.
Abraham Kopp. George Kronen-
gold, Bernard Levy and Irvin
Sherman.
SENSATIONAL!
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
Presents
10th ANNIVERSARY
CELEBRATION
ISRAELIS ARE COMING!
Produced and Directed by Shmuel Fershko
THE YEMENITE TRIO
and
M0RT FREEMAN
Internationally Famous M.C. and vocalist
MIAMI BEACH
AUDITORIUM
SAT. EVE. JAN. 1 b. 1975 8:30 P.M.
Prices: From $3.00 to $ 10.00
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL: 534-6518,
538-6778
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT BOX OFFICE 10 DAYS
BEFORE PERFORMANCE
Or. Greenwala
Women's Auxiliary Meeting
A regular meeting of the
Women's Auxiliary of the Miami
Beach Hebrew Home for the
Aged will be held Wednesday
noon at the Delano Hotel. Miami
Beach, featuring a candlelighting
ceremony and a Chanukah pro-
gram with Mrs. Sarah Levin pre-
siding. Snack luncheon will be
available.
FLORIDA FAMILY OPERA
A DIVISION OF THE
GREATER MIAMI OPERA ASSOCIATION
Four Opera Masterpieces
Sung in English
Wometco Theatres
pmg
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p.;
JACKIEMMQN
WALTER MAnHAU
I
THE
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Rornec
eVJifliet
JANUARY 26. 1975
ELIXIR,
QfLOVE
...
MARCH 16. 1975
Dutchman

FEBRUARY 16. 1975
x-
Rigoletto
.< o
APRIL 13.1975
Sunday Afternoons at 3:00 PM
in Dade County Auditorium
10 FOR ALL FOUR OPERAS
An ideal gift for someone special!
&
For tickets and information, write or call:
1 11 >Kll)A I VMILY OPtRA. 1200 Coral Way
Miami. Fla. 33145 Telephone (305) 854-1643
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*Jeisr fhrk&W
Friday. December 20, 1974
#V ^ 14 ., d J i
H
Mill and Marilyn Rulien are
oud first-tima i Iparents. A
babj i oy was i1"' n to
liter and son-in-law, the
Liian Shapiro*. Grand)
mi n! Jordan-Marsh-Fli
ei tain 11 !" seen browsii
e infant's department now.
A ( hanukuh party was held in
Social Hall of the Alien
imosa Condominium Monday
:>:ht. Dec 9. The party, which
mbined an in-tallation of of-
ns v.ith the holiday celebra-
in, was sponsored by the Arlen
nosa Social Club
Candle lighting ceremony was
nducted bj outgoing president
ul Nor.l, fo low .'ii by the instal-
officers conducted
finn Cohen. New president
b is Al Sai hi
Birdie OllnicV is first vice pi -
Irving "ii' bs, i e
; > id Nari olin,
i, ither Man olln,
etarj. ai i Mrs.
H Ida Silom, con espondi
Mi. Birdie OUnick was in
,' of .ill arrangements
i .,.,, R
. I
ijn by Mrs. Elta Rickles, who
. : i bratian.
Sinsi I Barn n!
ol Peppy
Ids I on a
: stive not ivith social dancing,
' Arlen
moss .....in. and tin ir

i ifount Si .H Mi dical Cen
\n\;i..i:\ held its semi in
il mi last
eek in th W ill on Auditorium
aturrng "Mrs Patient's D
il final comely skit
I shions and holiday accessories
: >m the Auxiliarj Gift Shop
modi led Each of the
idels 'ii and women
resented a different volun-
er departme al Mount Sinai
This entertaining and enliehen
nembershio nroaram was co
Tdinated by Hir.'ne (Mrs. John)
Owen.
-'.- -'-
I..... Goldstein, member of its
: int Fast Workmen's Cirel=
anch has been resDonsible for
' e younsj children of the Temple
- nai U' l ou S<'hoal railing
( anukah funds for two pro
...im> for the elderlv cnndur*d
. the Workmen's Circle build-
. '. -'j Washington Ave., (South
Beach Activities Center) Miami
Beach the orograms for the
frail elderly, which include blind
; \d handicapped, and the Hot
Meals pi\>2rnm administered bv
e YM and YWHA and the Jew-
ish Vocational Service.
Gold tein first interested
'reoh^nie Blnm. education di-
rector of the temple. She in turn
? ^plained the needs to th- rhil-
rn. who ranee down to kinder-
rtcn ago The children took
the cauaes to their hearts and
aised almost S'iOO. The monev
t is prc*,n*n'' w !<*>. t th-;
'-"nrkmen's Circle building.
w
n
i
THE
GARMENT
BAG
12807 W. DIXIE HWY.
893-2553
fABULOUS FASHIONS
AT BARGAIN PRICES
fie finest ladies wear
-onsignment shop in town
coats, suits, day 4 evening
wear sportswear
store hours
Mon. Sat. 10-5 pm
sponsored by
WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT
Judge and Mrs. Ted (SuH)
Nelson of Baj Hsrb r 1 lands
will spend two week' in the Holy
i :. returning in time for New
Year's Eve i tej wm oe guests
oi Mr. ami Mrs. David Peer of
Haifa, who ami aiao puide them
to the many points oi interest
throughc'.il Israel
The leers are the parents of
Ms, Reuit Peer, a college rtudent
who resides with the Nelson
family In their absence the two
little Nelson girls, Evie and Re-
becca, will be "mothered and
fathered" by big sister Rachelle.
a University Of Miami music
major, and by big brothei Ju- '
'sville senior.
This is the first trip to Israel
for the Nelsons, who are vac*
n from I ed I 4) s i
. m in in Bi: Harbor Is

lice Suki has be n tak
.
i has
. i I ..- pi Fri
: Bi and h; -
most cur lee
rcuit
Pictured at the annual Youth Aliyah Lunch-
eon sponsored by the Miami Chapter of Ha-
dassah in the Doral Beach Hotel Dec. 9 are
(from left to right) Robert Szekely; Mrs. Lucy
Szekely; Mrs. Rene Steinberg, luncheon co-
chairman; David Schoenbrun, guest speak-
er; Mrs. Linda Minkes, chairman of the
event; Mrs. Helen Weisberq, Hadassah re-
gional president; Mrs. Ellen Mandler, Mi-
ami Chapter president, and Mrs. Norma
Abbott, the chapter's administrative vice
president.
"S. v I *n I Wo

Mft. AND MRS. JACOB fREUND
Eva and Jacob Freund. of
1716 SW 17th Ct Miami, will be
honored by their family at a
50th anniversary golden wed-
ding dinner Sunday at the York-
shire Inn.
Mrs. Freund is originally from
Austria and Mr. Freund from
Poland. They have been living
in Miami since 1946, coming
from New York, w here Mr.
Freund was in business.
Helping celebrate the e\-ent
will be .heir i-hild.-en. Miami-
ens Mr. Hiitl Mm, .loirs (Ha*-)
Pteeaa, Mr. and Mm. H-rbrrt
(Marilyn) Freund. and Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel ((iertrutle) Freund.
The celebrating couple also have
10 grandchildren.
CYNTHIA BLITT
Cynthia F. Blitt
Tit lie June Bride
Mi and Mrs. Isidore Ira Blitt.
1777 SW 12th Si announce the
agement of their daughl
Cynthia Faye, to Michael Barn
Keren' .'! Mm ol Mi Bl I Mr.
Emanuel Korenvaea. 8825 S\v
21st rer.
The bride-eiect, a gradual o
Miami Senior High School.
majored in speech pathology at
the University of Miami, where
she graduated cum laude with a
B.Ed degree and a M.Ed, degree
A past president of Gamma Sig
ma Sigma, she was on the pre-.,
dent's honor roll a member ol
the National Speeth and Hearing
Association, the Council for Ex
ceptional Children and the A<
sociation for Early Childhood'
Education. Currently employed
as a speech clinician at United,
Cerebral Palsy. Miss Blitt also
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Beth Tov.
Mr. Korenvaes Graduated Iron'
Coral Park Senior High School
and the University of South
Florida where he received a
B.A. degree in sociology. He is
presently affiliated with Bur
dines.
The wedding date has been set
for June 20. 1975.

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The Miami Chapter of Hadassah
held its annual Youth Aliyah
luncheon last Monday at the
Doral Beach Hotel. Over 900
members and guests attended
this event, which began with the
lighting of the Chanukah candles
bj Ma ler Robert Minkes, son oi
Pi and Mrs Jules Minkes. He
then joined Maurice Spttalny and
the two played the national an-
thi 'i on III ir lo'ini while Mrs,
Spitlan) :>'ii Ihe audience in the
r, the M
i ted the
I the Mian
Tl Youth A
was i
over 150.01
n the 40 ; u ol its
ind H idfl sah is its
F r this
. .
n sheer wo il i n emblc
ibcrrj and gret n prinl
overblouse.
Da I Schi lenbrun, syndli aled
i i- and author was the
kei His daughter and
law, 'i R ib i"
oirre ; him - in I ricl todiv Th"
have eo-auUiored the beal
pl'.ei The Israelis"
Thi mche i was eh; ii d bj
! la Mil ke '> e hard
wort r h'isbind. Dr Julei at
tended to see the fruits of her
labors, she wore a rust suede
dress which was self be.ted. Her
co-chairpeison, Rene Steinberg,
selected an iced pink silk crepe
pleated dress topped with a pink
paisle: print eoat; her husband.
Ed atl mded the affair
! Norma (Harold) Abbott,
c h a p t e r administral i
i ho .i n. -.i e\ 'd
' in :
I. It I 'dab iw
at H felt
Mrs Freemai
- H
ry was
I M.. lassah Life Member
"..i S>! ... I! i m in ; is| i I
re .i past
ler linen pan!
wa> I itene I ith small
id of buttons
I ucj Szekel; : loom
Hungarian !
Mas <"' to hei by I '
,;;.,. id th
. n broid r> and croch'ted
. tr m wer in black Her
1 irk velvcl k rt was front Paris,
h -i birthplace.
Eve n Laa ins ai rented hr
;t. mil with navy 1 i'l>
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presented by
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starring
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also featuring
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MORDECHAI BEN DAVID
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iieginah orchestra
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DECEMBER 26
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Tush used light pink to complo-
Her shocking pink pants en-
- six rg, who i
I I president, n a
m .1 in-; dogwood print di -
Eveiyn H parr
wi re black and yellow
An ivory print satin b!
combined with the Col
pants gel wrn by Mrs. Lois
Doris Simmons <' >os
b a< k ai e or es a ith her
and yel ow wool dress. Mr
i (Dr. Tier i alilhi
wore a black silk pan!
a blank feathi i
Mrs Prances Kupsensel made
her fir t public appearance aftc
a l lu.in illness and her
fri inds in the Ifihistein (iron-/
delighted t> see her up and out
Jacobs. Doris Simmons chos
and orange pants su.t.
A two piece pmk print dress
u .i- the choii e of l lara Burstein
Addie \ r with .. matsh
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1 re a doubl
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Pan's i
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("!'-:l it I W >!:". B CU
I er of Had icah' N itional
ird i" a biece uit with th*
-d vicirl and a brown and
beige strip" rblouse Diaw
l -."i,.. i bl ick skirt was tii"
mid-calf It.iMth Her hat wa<
trimm l with the same browr
and biffp f'Dric as was in her
lizard print blouse. Ro-e I auret7
v ire a matching pink blouse
with her pink and green print
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Roz CMrs Jerry) Solt? was
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ol her jaughter I-e ley. tUu i-
a nasi Chapter and Re
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NEW TERM BEG INS AFTER VACATION
Rosemary's Thvme
Bv ROSEMARY FIRMAN
Lautenherg Named Chairman
At United Jewish Appeal Confab
It takes a certain gutsy confi-
dence to throw a cocktail party
on Friday, the 13th At the very
toast it probably will rain. But
the Schiffs. Nell jnd Barbara.
were right. Whoever controls
such things as weather and luck
wanted to see the Inside ot the
Schiff house, too. not to mention
the patio area. ...
The house, decorated by Don
Rutledge, i> terrific, full >f wood
and suede and ...i.-s. and the
' party, catered by Marcella < at
her best) was especially interest-
ing i cause there were peopl"
frcn all rnrt; of town, and many
i 'I- ...
i 250 pe>pl thar?
scm I n '
or at 1 ' rstein,
Baih "i Risen, T-ma ik. Nor.
ma Kipnis, Jsck and Nancj
Davit, Sa'lj and Jack Full r,
Alan and Marilyn Robinson, Ar-
thur Stark, Fred Sherman of the
I Wa*tj and I*at Fine,
V- '. ai I Hank Green (not the
N Nancy's sister.
Mrs. David Blnmberg, Marilvn
and Alan Robinson, Judge Fd
Klein, and 200 m
Kunm Horowiti 'Mrs. Arthur)
h:i- it 2516
Ponce de Leo "Bere-
has the Mime flair
Bunnj which, if you
lei h Banny, is i compli-
to her After the
will !>, oi>en from
. :> ;n. 1
bought .m art nouveau clip for
a blouse I've yet to buy, two
No Matinees At
Biscayne Track
m
There will be no weekday
Matinees ai Biscayne Dog Track
n< xi week due in part to the
.id partly to the
lie of charity pro-
ns.
There will be racing every
e but the track
w || be dark the afternoons of
i>er 24, and Thursday,
Dei 26
Matinees ?till will be offered
I Sat irday, Dec.
2S Only other matinees before
the season ends .Ian. 9 are on
Wednesday, Jan. 1. and Satur-
day. Jan 4.
With the Hollywood track
ed on Wednesday. Biscayn
Will have the only greyhound
racing action in South Florida
th::t night.
handmade wool hats for my
gins, and an embroidered blouse
to add to an already overflowing
bag of Chanukah gifts. It's that
kind of place.
Leonard W*in, Jr.. as presi-
dent of the Young Adult Division
of Federation, seems to have
helped create a tremendously
vital new arm for the local fund-
raising organisation. The group
has over 200 members young
pe I'l1' who may not be able to
afford a large rift, bul who are
g -ttin m tlved in their Jewish
community .
It's [o >d i' heir of the
i of the Voting
a,- i h "1 an I-t:> -li
i : v at tn l ''"I Ailene Roren-
I >. m .i b ok review
-.. i if the I iron51"
, i. | \ -.i talk by Hhri >H
Karlii er h i was on th > SS S
Louis, Th group has had -av-
.....m -. bas hall games, and
40 of th 'm are g in : on a mis-
sion to Israel.
-
Barbara Hainan tells m she's
il ting some w riling th a view
toward publication Marge Klein
cheered on by John KeasI 'r. is
nined t i re\ ise her n
: \ irota Orovttx, just finish
ing her degree in English at the
I'M. b nnin to et her work
1 Her cousin, Maici.i. is
ir of the new Miami I'll >rni\

If I ke< rig the Miami
Art Center, it's !> cause thej
kei p doi ngs. There's
a fine ludaica in America exhil
tion wiih ceremonial objects on
loan from institutions and private
colle broughout the Uni
states Temple I irael and Tem-
ple Jtidea have contributed as
veil as Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Fur-
man of Miami The exhibition
- on through Jan li
NEW yORK Frank It. Lau-
tenherg, of Montclalr, NJ., ;>s
elected general chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal at the
closing dinner of the United
Jewish Appeal National confer-
enee at the Now York Hilton
Hotel.
La itenberg Is president of
Automatic Data Processing, inc.
of Clifton. N.J.. the large data
processing service company in
the world.
WITH MKS. Golda Meir Bfl
guest of honor, the conference
was attended by more than 3,000
American Jewish leaders to ush-
er in the 1975 UJA Campaign.
general
Lauten-
for the
"In as-
General
in accepting the
chairmanship of UJA,
s, t the pattern
coming year by saying.
suming the position of
Chairman I am cognizant of its
great responsibilities. The goals
of the UJA are synonymous
with the goals of the Jewish
people: to eliminate need, to
provide for life and life-building,
and to generate hope in Is-
rael and for Jews in distress
wherever they may be.
"There is no cause which can
be more no', le and no work
more satisfying. To tins i pledge
all my efforts and my energy."
Rabbi Seymour Friedman To Speak Friday At Emanu-EI
Kah'oi Seymour Friedman, ex-
ecutivt director for the South-
I States of the
United Synagogue Of America.
.. ill be th guest sneaker Friday
night at T. v.ril F.manu-F.l of Mi-
ami Beach, 1701 Washington Ave.
Temple Emanu El, largest Con-
servative ition in the
Southeast, Is member of the
United Synagogue of America,
which is affiliated with both the
Jewi.-h Theological Seminary of
America and the Rabbinical \-
senbly and supports some 1,000
Conservative synagogues in the
Unite I St '-
IN MAKING the announce-
ment. Max M. Fisher, chairman
,,f the UJA Nominating Com-
mittee pointed out: The Jew-
ish peooto, and the United Jew
ish Appeal, which strives to
meet its needs, are t a cross-
roads, It is a tiivc when new
and vigorous leadership is pri-
v The election ol Lauten-
herg to th.- position of general
chairman marks the beginning
Of a new era."
Lautenherg is a member of
the International Board of Goi -
ernors of the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem, and i- current
president of the American
friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity.
He is founder r the Lauten-
bei .- Center for General and Tu-
mor [mmunologj .it
School of Hebrew University in
. n i le set vet ma
of the Board ol (iovernors
ol the American Jewish O
mittee
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Iday, December 20, 1974
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Tenor Mikhail Alexaiuh-ovich To
Perform Sunday At Both David
The vole* of Mikhail Aktxan-
rovi.'h. the great Russian tenor,
now at last lx- heart! by
MIKHAIL AUXAHDROVICH
ptera audiences. He will per-
p>; at Beth David Auditorium.
B s\v 3rd A\e.. Sunday eve-
Jw at N:30 p.m.
Llexan In \ i>''. ho! ler <>f the
. pi led a
fformiPt! a:tist by the Soviel
on : a million re
f>. n the l1 S.S R. for
Be ; i~- ind has
estimal 6.000 ncerta
jj. World War II.
e
his >m al ii '- I 'is-
'' 'v
| ii I-
> i e-
Pioneer Women
freed To Step Up
Fund-Raising
n 2.1 '
f.
\\v. |e C urn y were u
nd
|, beh If ol Is
Men
Mid || E i si r i
; Irs. M
|
j, i o incil of So ith '"
th ith Floi
. .
Club "f Pione< t v.
.
2fl t 7:30
[t >n Vve Hi
ach '
|.i .i led to the
r
i tainment by Regii
I i I by n>'i"ii
I i lick.
Aviva Chapter of Pioneer W
will nirc! at non W'>' In '-
iv in the Wa hin1 wi Federal
k iriom, 833 NK 167th SI .
Borh Miami Beach. Mrs. Ray
Bam!n!>'ir:i president, will chair
The me?ting. scheduled u a pod
Kanukah prop un. Mrs. Frances
lusoff will give a report on
U), an Isra Ii rel M >n; Mrs
Bisabeth Mongin, vocaliat, will
bad the ent< rtainmenl program.
,;,t r of Pioneer Worn-
tn will h rid Its monthly meet-
jn: Tues lay l 7:30 p.m in the
I'ashinqton Federal auditorium.
r1234 W ishineton Ave.. Miami
fach An Israeli motion picture
El be pres >nted. according to
Eye Brucker, cultural chairman,
ten:. Miller, president, will pre-
|de Frieda Levitan, program
feairman. said thai the pro-
gram is free and the general
public is Invited. Sara Bru< k ir
publicity chairman.____________i
appear outside the Soviet Union
was heretofore denied him. Fi-
nally, he was granted an exit
visa and nude hia first appear-
ances in Israel in : spring of
1972.
n In I atvia. All xandrovich
ma i al the i of
nine, in Riga. Tl cer-
tisi I th esci nee,
his volei :, .
tifu n tee 19
he i i i in
Mi a!s
th( ml of 1

t period
ert in i i
a: d
V I Wur II forci him to
return t.> the S n let I" lion
whi i e Red Army
on somi ii iq e si ncluding
a mountain i ass in the Ca :as -
at .. height ol t.OOn metres ami
on a man-of-war in the Baltic
during the teige of Leningrad.
He also t on more tradition-
al stages like the Moscow Con-
servator! im, the hall of ihe Len-
ingrad Philharmonic, and for
workers from Rostov to Tash-
kent.
I Ij versatile artist.
Alexandrovich moves from Ital-
ian rel canto to the German,
Fi end nd R issian ai I so .
Soutl in i Si anish
works et soi 'oik
natii its, ar :. iif
I ial music, with
e
Mrs. Irwin Lechowitz. imme-
diate past president of El
n, will entertain when
El Carim women's auxiliary
to Miracle Lodqe 321 F. &
A.M. holds its animal holi-
day ccrtv Friday noon at the
Iren'e Center, 2600 SW
2nd Ave. Funds raised by
the group have been used
for a movie projector.
'Market Place In Jerusalem'
\ "Mai '
win be held Sund iy,
Temple \ lath Ye h
NE Miami Gardens
will hi- set up for
cr il -n "> Persons
take advantage of thi
iv to displaj and sell
may obtain entry for
Infi the temple office.
ilem"
Jan. 26. by
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ms by call-
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4Sliow-Aiid-Teir Time Now*
At Rossmoor Coconut Creek
i
It's "show-and-trll" time a!
Rossmoor Coconut Creek, the
adults-only community being de-
veloped near Pompano Beach.
"A year ago, we were jusl
tiny started," said Larry Uchin,
\ ce president of marketing and
- "Now, after 11 months,
Rossmoor Coconul Creek is al a
real how and tell' stage We can
:it our way of life con iep1
a- ii really is, because we hue
residents whore actually living
it."
Nir < h ihs of the 1R hole u>lf
course are now being played
daily, H i moor Center, the
SIT million social and recrea-
tional complex, is already being
used. Residents are taking golf
c isona from pro Ray Dale) on
the emu -
Although Rosf-moor Center
Ian t completed, residents are us-
ing two of the seven buildings in
the huge complex for pirties and
other recreational activities.
More than 6'. families
have already moved into Bahama
Village, Ros.-moor's first con-
struction phase.
Bahama Village has 304 con-
dominium apartment residences
iii 2:?o two-story Caribbean-them-
ed villas Projections for Ros*
mo are for an adull community
(no resident! under 21. and one
family member must be 45 o
older of 5500 residences.
Dr. Leon (ioure
Temple Beth El
Breakfast Guest
In conjunction with the Tem-
ple Beth ; Brothcrh
ly Broward
Co intj Vmi i ican < h <
mi! renting Dr.
Leon Goure, Prof -ss r I.
n I oni I Sl
So< Stud al I
of Mini -r for Advanced

! i Goure on "The
Palcsl i Nal Israel
in the Tobin
A
ji, i ,| is irn in M i
'
rnational Affairs
etown L'niversit;
w-h ed hi Ph.D. in
l litical Sci nee.
Dr. Got re sei ve I in the I1 S
Arm> n Euro] e in Counterin-
I [jgei Corps, Military Inti
ligenci B i e; as Professor al
\ and II ward
Tjnh i as I in r al the
t jver itj of Colorado: Michiga i
State University; George Wash
in Un ver Itj Pennsylvania
State University and I ,C L.A.,
Berki
Dr Goure has been a consult
ant to Civil Defi nse Prepared-
ness A |en v office of the S c
rotary of Defense; U.S. Depart-
ment of State, Advisory Council
of European Affairs. He speaks,
roads and writes French. Russian
an l German, and co-authored
"Civil Defense in Soviet I'nion."
"The Siege of Leningrad."
-Soviet Military Strategy," and
'Cuba, Castro in Revolution."
Community Singen To
Rehearse Twice Weekly
Rehearsals of the Miami Beach
Community Singen have been In-
creased to twice weekly, on Mon-
day and !!r:.--d>\ evenings, al
7 30 p.m. at Ida Fisher High
School.
The ch inge was made in an-
tic : I the group's 22nd an
nual com- rt Feb. 15, al M
Senior H S I ol, 2231
Prairie Vve., Miami Bea< h Ni I
proceeds from th evenl are, as
Usu;,l I be di n ited to Israel and
LARKY UCHIH
Completed units are now avail-
able for immediate occupancy in
Bahama Village, and sales have
stinted for Nassau Village, the
sec md construction phase which
will have 24 vill; all near Ross-
moor Center. Furnished models
oi apartm nts in both Bahama
and Nassau Village are on dis-
play, including all five basiO
floor plans. Prices in both
tions start at S18.80O (studio
apartment), with no ground or
recreational leas?, and all do-
pe its are es< r \ ; ;i.
I' i irity-and ori" acy
wall n it,' 1 ises the adull
tion. Th o entrai
atten' I around t'1::' do k by
Service. The
rolled by
mobile si curit) vifts, t
to ttossm '! ty
il and the Coc >nui I r k
ment.
Th h ii II h services center is
fu'K -r -ff- t* an i equipped, in-
cludine an i mergency m ibile
Five registered >w:-r are
on the staff and the center $
open nighl and day.
Rossmoor Coconut Creek is 31
miles norlh of Miami Miami
Beach, via the Florida Turn-
pike, at exit 24 (Pompano
Beach and State Road 814.
Mo I '. exhibits and sales of-
fices are open daily from 10 until
6 at 1003 R i- m or Circle, in the
City of Cuonut Creek.
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Friday, December 20. 1974
n Tf 1 1 1 Spectator Editor Sunday Morning Fonun Spealwa-
IWSeiK^V lllglliaiKl I ,,- "-?**-* Jew,* JgJ
^ T C? editor ol The Jewish S ectator. of -.Judaism and Christian ,.;,,,. kv h ;
Under Construction
Construction has begun on a
luxury cood tminium deve ;<
- mi nt in Highland B a -h, an ex-
clusive r. rid ntia
along the mean b tween Bjca
Raton and Pa m B ach.
p., ... v Hig and will eons si
of 220 units mi '' seven acre
stre thing froni the Intr i a >tal
Wati ij to '.hs Atlanl
a i lea i ":
two dec il r lels opened
last week al 3912 S 0 ean Blvd.
(State Road A1A), }V t north of
Bo a R .t 'il
An
irelomienl i '
11 ?h!and will incorporal high
,-,,,.. ': v* nplex l mid rise) and
t,,.' h I si ''
by a wid range ol recreational
ameniti
Cor '....... ''
Canney Wea
different b didiiig c h ce The
>ign is the
i ,v : \ offei -: two-storj
living pl 'd hv an eleval tt"
bu: stacked town on town it a

r : in '-' '
: ent of R A*
. nt ire if major
r with ext
> expi ' 3
! .1 .><:
tor of ma 0 >e f the
ncioal parti rs is Ve ituri In-
tetrnatioml a firm ranked !"-;i
in c.^r. *ru Pro-
fi. li'.d- : Magazine.
R enc> '
is catering to o*hWicated b rv
era with a qualit? asmrance p"0-
gram which includes an uncondi-
tional three year warranty on
workmanship, material* and
structural soundness of each unit.
Buyer dep sits will b* rut in
an irterest-bea: inc escrow tru account held by Sun First Na-
tional Bank of Del.ay Beach, and
100 per cent pcrfoimance and
payment bonds assure conipb-
tion of the project.
"Each potential buyer can re-
ceive a perconalizcd comnuter
prim-out projecting such items
as property taxes, appreciation,
net cash outlay and income tax
Having! for vrird of five
years," explained Lenzi.
R -gency Highland offer- .i
v ide variety ;>f residences priced
fr, n 838,930 to St50.000 each in
rating a number of custom
design features.
Vpartmenta in the 14-story
ver, a Y-fhaped structure over-
looking both the ocean and the
[ntracoastal, have spacious ter-
as ranrring up to 1.392 square
' Penthouse apartments in-
,.. ite roof-top ndecks
r >ached by iral at ilrcase,
t ,- | .yes pi I townhou >*s
feature cathedral ceilings and
I i : iv \:\ing rooms. In addi-
tion, otter w i
' rning fireplaces on two lev
bni;t in paio barl I ue ; its and
private carports
Two tennis courts, volleyball
ton lawn cr I] will
:,. .. ted ati p .. in eni losed
king ti
,,,..,; he ii... of m '"
mainl
views fr -
i, i p] i two swim
'-''"" o'' 'h
mti a" I huffi rd
i ., | ,.,,) cvcli will
encircle the "i >nert> 8"d '-'"'>
if ...... b*ach
i-i i f -\l.\ will be de*d*d it
the r w hi ition
I,, Trudfl Weiss-Roamatln,
, : 11. .i ol The Jewish S ectator.
will speak on "Jewish Identity
I lentifl ati a" at T<
Emani -El ol Miami Beach Jan.
r>.
She will be the third partici-
pant in the congregation's 33th
Anniversary Sunday Morning
les llie Hi si two
Max l.ein. r and Dr. \
Nesher.
Dr. Weias-Rosmarin's Ii i
will follow breakfast, and .-..'
feal ire a q lestion-and-answei
session, according to Lawrence
Schantz. Schantz, a Miami
Beach atto ney, is chairman "i
the Forum Committee for th<
Te nple Emanu-El Men's Club,
sponsors of the awaid-winning
SC If-
Dr. Well Ro*morLp '*~e
Jewish S m ivaf" an I
of "Judaism and Christianity
on Jewish History
a< New York I'nivei tj and on
Jewish literature al the New
for Social Research.
Charles IV-, n" Lit'
dent "I the M>: 's <"! '< and Mur-
i Ki ky i- Forum Commit-
l Dr.'Ii
al bi "i Temple Emanu-El
for 31 years la aei irdina-
tor.
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Anti-PLO
Rallv Here
*
Some 300 persona attended a
recent rally against Pale-tine
! iberation Organization terror-
ism at Temple Or Olom.
Norman Shwodel. president of
the congregation, and RaMvi
David M. Baron, spiritual lead-
er, spoke.
Guests at the rally included
Mavor Maurice Ferre. Fr. Wil-
liam O'Dea. Seymour B. l.ieb-
man, and Arthur Teltelbaom,
executive director of the Flor-
ida Office of the Anti-Defama-
tion I/>arue.
Hyman Chabnor, president of Beth El Con-
gregation at the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy looks on happily as he and Rab-
bi Alexander S. Gross accept the contribu-
tion of a portable classroom for use of the
Louis Merwitzer Mesivta High School. Stu-
Kosher Saxony Hotel and Apartments
Completely Redecorated, Refurbished
Th" Saxony Hotel and Ap< rl
m'-nt- is now completely ko
The Sax mj ii tel. at 321
ARJABES BOARDING HOME
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LOCAL R-FERENCES
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furniture Store Selling Out
Ercrds
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wants female companion, pri-
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light housekeeping.
INTERVIEWS DEC. 23-31
CALL 923-4323
lin; Ave, has been completely
refurbished and 150 of it- 400
rooms have been turned into
vtf'.i iea< i nt units." ae-
ling to Abbey Berkowita
mam
) dining ro im and
I ublic roon
the i

n
She chi

. ."i ear :: aae to oana
n in >ctol
Aa part of the nev o i n irahi
ii the Saxonj turni d 150
Ol its OOm and suit's into ef-
icy units with kitchen fa-
The hotel ul^o offers
n,aid service, has tennU facili-
ties and nightly entertainment in
its Ivory Tower.
Jerry Mitchell, formerly with
the Barcelona Mote!, mu named
as the Saxony's full time social
director.
In addition to its kosher din
inc room, the Belong! has a
ko her coffee shop open from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and from 8 p.m
to midnight seven days a week.
The Saxony has opened a New
York sales office as well as a
WATS line service for reserva-
tions.
dents of th? high school for boys join
Mr. Chabner and Rabbi Gross, who is |
c.pal of bolh the Mesivta and the Hebrew
Academy Donation was made through
Chabner s ehorts.
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Bar Mitzvah
Ii
ROBERT FEIN
EobCTt H son of Mr. and Mrs.
;i m Frin. will observe his Bar
Jng. Dec. 21.
Robert is now a student in the
fifth grade class at Both Torah's
Harold Wolk Religious School,
ind an eighth grade honor roll
tudent at John F. Kennedy
junior High School.
in Robert's honor, his parents
(ill sponsor the Kiddush follow
the services The guests will
\ ra Hipper and Alice
reinbei |
-13 CRAIG WALTZER
Craig. n of Mr. and Mrs Al
lin Waltti r will become B u
y. ah at B tth Torah Congre
lation, dui ibbd Sen
: ij Dec 21.
< i hi; is an eighth grade stu-
|ent at J F K ntte ly Junior
h h ol and attend Beth
d Wolk Reli

In Craig's honor, his parents
p sponsi : the Kiddush foil >w
ins the services and a recepti 11
| the Skylake Country Club.
a
MICHAEL IACOMON
Michael S< 'i ion of Or. and
[Mrs. Ralph Tacotoon, will eele
brate hi- Bar Mitzvah Saturday.
Dec 21. at Temple Beth Am
Michael is in eighth grade stu-
dent at Palmetto Junior High
Sch /ol.
Dr. and Mrs. Jacobson will
honor their ton with a Kiddush
following the services at temple,
and at an evening affair in the
|Bar<-elona Hotel, M!ami Beach
Among the guests will be
Mic hade's grandrarents. Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Jacob on of Miami
and Mr and Mrs Stanley Weinei
of Baltimore. Md. Aunts, uncle 1
cousins from Alabama. New Jer-
sey and Oklahoma "ill alo at
tend.
MARK I.E>V ;
a:unla\ Morffing. Dec. 21. in
t'i ni-iin gne<(ian' of Temp'e
Ner Tan-id. Mark F.fraim. son ol
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben S Lewis M
North Miami, will he Bar Mill
v.ih
Mark i- a student of Ner Tamid
;' 'iu Si hool and Lchrman
Dav School.
Kiddu*h will follow the sen'
ice< Cut .-ft mm guests include
in I Evelvn Tennenbaum,
ml .''! in- '.' f "] New
Hern in and Barbara Ten
his "unt and ur I
i 'md :"v and
Mannv Zack. and Marv Tenr-en
bourn his i mi ii from i 'anada
H\R \ WALDMAN
Han B >th diuahter ol Mr
and Mrs Marshall WaUhnan, will
be Bailed to the Torah as a Bat
Mitzvah Saturday. Dec. 21, at
Temple Judea of Coral Gables
flora graduated Temple Judea'i
Hebrew School as an honor stu
dent, she m.....|g Glades Junior
High Sch k>] where she is an
i ighth grade tudent A membei
of the Senior Choir for throe
years, she is now a member of
the Volunteer ( hoir at the tern
'' r hi as3l ta one of the
ious sch ioi teachers.
A reci pti in in honor of the
( .i -i : 1 be hosted by the
'ant's parent Sat irdaj e\ e
n ng Honored ts will incl ide
h r grandnarcnts. Mon is VI rf
man an I Mr and Mrs Abraham
Newman of Mi imi Bea h Am ing
out of I i [uesls will be Mr-
H riet Le\ of San Frar isi
",. ,,.,| ..,.. RrtbTl Wal '
rVo Imere v. Y
I:| Long B
N V an I Mr ai i Mr .:.,:
W .i dman Westbury, N Y

JEFFREY GOLDBERG
reffn \ an, wi of Mr
Mi B irtun Goldberg, will b
com: Bar Mitzv ih Saturday, Dec
2!. at Temole Emanu El
Jeffrey attends the Fairlawn
ol in North Mkfflti Beach.
The celebrait will be lion red
with a reception at the Doral
Beach Hotel His grandparents
Dr. and Mrs. Abraham Singei
and Mr. and Mrs. Mannv Horner.
u ill attend

ETHEL SHOLK
Ethel Gay, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Norman fholk. "365 SW
134th Ter., will become Bat Mitt
\-ih Friday. Dec. 20. at Beth
David Congregation.
An eighth grade student at
Palmetto Junior High School.
Ethel attends Beth Davids R"-
ligh 'is Si h>ol and is in Hebrew
grade Vov. Sh plays flute and
has leen a in mber of 3eth
David's Zamarim for six vea^s.
Sh is also a iTi'irbcr of the
U.S.Y. and plays hall with a soft
b::ll leieii".
Mr and Mrs. Sho'k wil' hi t
r iception at B t'i David in
!, ror of t'i ncca ion Among
t'i i will b-' th clebrsnt's
lif '!,'.. Mrs So- i SholV
ol Pretoria S uth Vfriea h r
> ,, Vork a"'1 Miami Beach, and
Mis Fm Sho k
JON \TH\N I ESSNER
1 imth in i- 11
1 !i v.ir I Les it i" b
ron i !' i "' .'' oi hi ivrY
Si ibath morning. Dec 21.
in main jnetuai \ ol Bel h
D.i. id '" n rrr ition
.1 nal '.u' i- an "' gr; 11 hinor
.. .., ".|>., M .I,.-. ., I|'"'l
School and Beth David Hebrew
School He is a member of the
concert band at Palmetto Junior
High where he is first chair in
the band.
Both maternal and paternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph L. Sfaawmut Of Miami
Bi a h and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Lessner of North Miami Beach,
his uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs.
Henry Lessner of Philadelphia.
Pa., and Mr and Mrs. Max Hear
shen of Clevclan I. Ohio, and
Beersheha, I irael, will be among
the honored guesta

MARK ... II.\(K
M iik Allan, son of Dr. and
Mrs Sidnej Pavilack, will par
ticipate in th:- service Friday,
D-i 21 f 8:W n m I
Moshe Congregation. Dr. and
Mrs Pavi -. will n*-l i On eg
Shabbal in honor of their son.
i nl will help i in
du<' the Shabb I worship i i
:: i rod fi 'iiv, the Torah
. Dec 21 at 9 no a m
v h :i he com. Bar Mitzs ah
The \ i Powers and the Kid-
dush ar l lun he in following sen--
are to be >on wed by the
parerts of the celebrant.
(in: ts will include Mark's
grandmothers, Mrs. Sylvia Pavi-
lack of Miami Beach and Mrs
Mai:In Epstein of Bay Harbor;
hi* int- and uncles. Ivan Pavi-
1-ev and f-"n iv from Wheeling,
U. Va.. and Ml and Mis. Edwin
Fink.lhotf with their three chil-
dren from Ma;s.Khu-etts Among
t1- re helnins w'th the ervlces
and ushering will be Dr. Paul
Pavilick. his une'e from Holly-
wood, F'a., and \iint Phyllis and
Vnc'e George Gentry, of North
Miami.
After attending five years of
H"bn>w Sch ioi. Mark has gradu-
ated ind currently is enrolled in
Pre-Conf"mttion cla*^ at Beth
MO student at North Miami Junior
High School,
"<-' RftOSSMAN
Barry Alan, son of Mr. and
Nun ua Grosman, will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Dec. 21. at
i m* le Eraanu'EI
Bi n j Is an eighth grade stu-
''^nt at Nautpiis Junior High
I wh*re he plays trumpet
in ,v>" band.
Hi- grandparent Mr and Mrs
Mauricp Gro man and Mrs Bes-
sie Di -ker, wi'l attend "l: event.
Libra:v Dedication Sunday
The Gr ivr Mi imi Council <-f
th> B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tii n w II Ii 'ate I tel A.
('onion BBYO Memorial Library
in Ihe Greater Miami Jewish
F deratio i Bui'ding, 4200 Bis-
i i} BI d Sun,lav at 7:45 p.m.
'" r ; invited. There wi I
b" no solicitation.
tlhel Sholk Haro Woldman Jonathan lessner
Jeffrey Goldberg rVkbuel Juccbson
Board Chairman
City Nat'.onaJ
Elects President,
'i e'ei n oi \ 'Ian T Abess
i hairman of th hoard and
llenrv Cainas a^ pre idenl of Cit}
National Bank >i <"'ia! Gabl.<<
has been announci d.
Abess, who has teen with th>'
bank sinee its opening in 1Q5' :
and served a> its preid?nl for
the past 11 year*, reolaces P. J '
Cesai mo, who will remain on th-'
board .
Mi'ss is a graduate of E*"on
l'niv?rs*ty and took sneeial ac-
counting courses at Pice In :i-
tute. He presently serves a- a
director of Citv National Bank
Corp.. City National Bank <>f Mi
ami. City National Bank of Ml ,
ami B3'h ar.d Universitv Fed
eral Savings and Loan Associa-
tion of ("oral Gah'es.
In addition to hi duties at f*itj '
National Bank of Coral Gables,
AbeS will tak' on added re^pm
sib'l'ties at the rworate h id
n<(rters. where he is a vice pre-
ident
Cainas hid b"en vice president
of City Nat:onal Bank of Miam
where he h-adtd the Interna
tional De"3r*mnt, A veteran ol
18 years in banking, he is ^ grad
0ate nl New York University and
h: three ) ars ol spe ia.iztd
c or "- in ban! i '! an l finanos
( !. N itional Hank of Co< il ,
Gabl s is a mbsidi irv of i
Nati nal !'"'; Coi r ition
'" -:;;> : affilial
ir '"ude r:t\ v >ti n i Ba- '
'; ni, c iti >' 1 Bank
\ ;| \. ; i j I ,..|i r n
of HaTanda'e. Civ Bank of
! auderh'll. a"d a rl nova ehar
ter- i < t. N il '-al Bank ot
s. nth r He eh w'll
.,. i -.. iv vj veir,
Notionally Known
Manufacturers...
MNE DOUBLE KNITS.
POLYESTER BLFNDS,
DORWIN'S
1373 WASHINGTON AVE.
THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND FAMILY OF GREATER MIAMI
Mourns the Loss of its Dear and Beloved Leader
DR. ABRAHAM WOLFSON
the great Sage, Humanitarian and Philanthropist
"May his soul rest in Eternal Peace and His Memory h> an inspiration forerer.


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FRUITS & VEGETABLES
CRISP AND CRUNCHY
Mclntosh Apples
3 a 69*
CALIFORNIA 4 -A CCC
Juice Lemons 11 pm 00
5 & n
FOR BAKING OR FRENCH FRIES
Idaho Potatoes
FANCY 2 SIEVE SIZE DELICIOUS WHOLE
SWEET PEAS SWEET POTATOES
c
THIN SKIN FULL OF JUICE
FLORIDA ORANGES
10 59'
t
PICK
THE
BEST
P.P.
BRAND
33
C 17-OZ.
CAN
P.P.
BRAND
4
23-OZ.
CAN
ADDS ZEST TO YOUR SALAD
Endive or Escarole 23
IN THE SHELL __
Freshie Brand Walnuts VS 79c
FLA. MARSH SEEDLESS WHITE
LIMIT 2 CANS PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
NUTRITIOUS
UMiT 3 CANS PLEASE WiTH OTHER PURCHASES
OF S7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
CATHERINE CLARK HERB OR
Lorsen's Veg All I Sage & Onion Stuff in
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GRAPEFRUIT
5 r 59c
PICK
THE
BEST
16-OZ.
CAM
MICHGAN MADE
Purple Plums
CHICKEN OF THE SEA
Chunk Light Tuna
t-oz.
PKG.
c 16-oz. TFOc
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MRS. SMITHS FROZEN
29-OZ
CAN
6 -OZ
CAN
59'
59<
SMOOTH OR CRUNCHY
Peter Pan Peanut Butter 'H? 67c
ALL PURPOSE #^a
Wesson Oil &% $209
Pumpkin Custard Pit
'AlbU'M
26 OZ.
PKG.
FROZEN
C 46-OZ.
PKG.
HEBREW NATIONAL
KOSHER
3912'OZ-
' PKC.
Bird's Eye Cool Whip 3BP 45c
FROZEN
Lambrecht Cheese Pizza Sff 79c
AMERICAN KOSHER
Cocktail Franks
VITA CREAMED
Herring or Party Snack
8-OZ
PKG
8 OZ
JAR
99'
93'
GALILEO
Italian Dry Salami
CLAUSSEN S WHOlf
Kosher Pickles or spears
i
noz *199
CHUB
QUART
JAR
LES CAL YOGURT
99% FAT FREE JM 8-OZ.
ALL FLAVORS # CUPS
SERVICE APPETIZER DEPT
AVAILABLE ONLY STORES HAVING SERVICE COUNTERS
All LUNCH MEATS 1 CHEESE SLICED TO ORDER
CORNED BEEF
89
QUARTERS
Fresh Egg Nog coKer 99c Blue Bonnet Margarine i& 71
__ FRIENDSHIP
79c Midget Farmer's Cheese \,V 49c
P P BRAND IMPORTED SWITZERLAND
Sliced Swiss Cheese
6 OZ
PKG
COOKED
LEAN
ALL WHITE MEAT
Rich's Turkey Roll
IMPORTED
Danish Estrom Cheese
FRESHLY SMOKED
Large Whitefish
C QUARTER
LB.
QUARTER
LR
HALF
LB
LB
59c
99
$15
FRESH SEAFOOD DEPT
AVAILABLE ONLY AT STORES HAVING
SEAFOOD SERVICE COUNTERS
WONDERFUL BAKED GOODS
MADE WITH PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING
FRESH BAKED IN OUR OVENS
FLOUNDER
89',
FRESH
CAUGHT
SALT FREE BREAD
49'
P.P.
BRAND
1 LB.
LOAF
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 10
PUNCH
LAUNDRY DETERGENT
$119
84-OZ.
PKG.
LIMIT ONE PKG PHASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF 7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES All CtERICAl. TYPOGRAPHIC PHOTOGRAPHIC AND PRINTING ERRORS ARE SUBJICI TO CORRECTION NONE SOLD TO DEAIERS
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