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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
December 27, 1974

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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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
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"dewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 47 Number 52
Miami, Florida Friday, December 27, 1974
60c by Man Two Sections Price 25 rents
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France, U.S. Discuss Mideast,
No Statement on Viewpoint
WASHINGTON (JTA) President Ford an.l French
President Valery Giseard d'Kstaing discussed the Middle East
during their two days of talks in Martinique last week but
apparently did not resolve their differences over how best to
solve the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger told a press confer-
ence in Martinique that there was a full exchange of their
respective points of view. No conclusions were reached or an-
nounced."
ACCORDING TO the transcript of the news conference re-
lexsed by the State Department, Kissinger also said the discus-
ion mainly centered on each side getting a fuller understand-
Cnntilined on Page 11-A
JOSEPH H. SLSCO
Nation's Press Took Critical
View of Arafat's UN Appearance
NEW YORKOf 41 of the 50
top circulation newspapers in the
I'nited States commenting on
Yasir Arafat's United Nations
speech. 39 (95 1 per centt were
critical and 2 (4.1 per cent) were
"basically uncritical."
The remaining 9 took no edi-
torial position, according to a
survey made public by the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith.
I
V. Nations
Confirms
Violations
, By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA)Israeli
sources claimed here that the
United Nations Disengagement
Observers Force (UNDOF) has
confirmed a Syrian violation of
the disengagement accord.
The sources said that an in-
vestigation by UNDOF corrobo-
rated Israel's recent complaint
that the Syrians have placed
more tanks in the limited forces
zone than allowed under the
agreement some 90 tanks in-
stead of 75.
ISRAEL HAS also charged the
Syrians have two artillery bat-
teries in the /one. more than th?
disengagement terms permit.
(In Washington, the State D<
partment has said it has no1
ceived any complaint of a viola
tion from Israel )
Meanwhile. UN forces have
evacuated a second position on
lit. Hertnon because of severe
eather conditions and now hold
.dy one of the three positions
they occupied on the 9.000-foot
mountain when the disengage-
ment agreement went into effect.
MT. HERMON lies in the buf-
fer zone separating Israeli and
Syrian forces.
According to Israeli sources,
the UN forces can patrol only
one-half of the zone because a
road completed by the Syrians
after the disengagement agree-
ment was signed is not included
on the mans delineating the areas
that are to be patroled.
THE SURVEY noted that al-
most all the critical editorials
said that the position taken by
the Palestine Liberation Organi-
zation leader contained no "olive
branch" but was a call for the
destruction of Israel.
The League said Newsday's
(Long Island) comment, that
Arafat "brought only a gun. and
he pointed it right at Israel's
head ." caosulized the prevail-
ing viewpoint.
Arnold Forster, ADL's asso-
ciate director and general coun-
sel, under whose direction the
survey was conducted, called it
"gratifying that Arafat failed to
mislead so large a section of the
press."
HE WENT on to say. however.
that despite the near unanimous
condemnation of the Arafat
speech itself, "many papers did
not categorically reject the PLO
as a participant or as a factor in
future negotiations for peace in
the Middle East They left his
future acceptability very much
open." depending on what he
does and says in the days ahead.
Twenty of the 39 papers also
specifically criticized the UN
either for offering Arafat a plat
form in the first place or for
according him a .-tanding ovation
and a hero's welcome.
In another sub-theme, 17 (41.5
per cent) of the 41 papers that
discussed the L'N events com-
mented on Israeli Ambassador
Vosef Tekoah's response to Ara-
fat.
Eight (47.1 per cent) of these
supported Tekoah's position; 9
(52.9 per cent) were critical,
emphasizing what they said was
the Israeli ambassador's "inflex-
ibility. "
FORSTER SAID that sub-
themes aside, the major thrust of
the editorial comment by leading
newspapers in the United States
including those critical of Mr.
Tekoah"was overwhelming in
its rejection of Arafat's demand
for the liquidation of Israel."
Among the League's excerpts
Continued on Page 3-A
Sisco Spurns
Fahmy Stand
On Population
By HELEN SILVER
WASHINGTON (JTAi Undersecretary of State Joseph J.
Sisco said here that he would not take "seriously" Egyptian Foreign
Minister Ismail Fahmy's latest statement and called for a "ceasefire
on this kind of prc;:aganda statement."
He also declared that the United States does not intend to nego-
tiate with the PLO and Ls not "pressuring Israel to negotiate with
the PLO."
HE DEFENDED Americas
step-by-step diplomacy as "the
only practicable approach" to a
final peace settlement in ths
Mideast.
Sisco. who is Undersecretary
for Political Affairs, addressed
a meeting of the Greater Wash-
ington Jewish Community Foun-
dation at the Jewish Commu-
nity Center here.
He referred at some length to
what has become a matter of
immediate concern Fahmy's
demand that Israel halt immi-
gration for 50 years and return
to the 1947 partition bounda-
ries. He characterized that state-
ment as "very, very unhelpful."
He also stressed the complex-
ities of the Middle Fast situa-
tion and said he was convinced
"that over the next six months
it is essential that we build on
the momentum that was devel-
Contlnued on Page 2-A
SERVED AT BROOKS AFB IN TEXAS
U.S. 'Father of Space Medicine'
Was Nazi, Magazine Reports
NEW YORK i JTA Of-
ficial top secret Nazi documents
uncovered by the American pros-
ecution at the Nuremberg war
crimes trials after World War
II prove that America's so called
"father "i space medicine"
Prof. Dr. Hubertus Strughold,
one-time German medical scien-
tist has lied about his role in
the Infamous medical e\
ments carried out on Jewish,
Russian and Gypsy prisoners at
the Dachau Concentration (
from 1942 to 1944.
Continued on Page 9-A
FRENCH SUPPLY MIRAGE JETS
PINITZ DECLARES
No Power
Will Ever
Dislodge Us
NEW YORK (JTA) Israel
Ambassador Simcha Dinitz pre
dieted here that if a new Middle
East war should erupt. Israel
"will fight it decisively, quickly
and victoriously.
"There is more energy in the
Jewish people than in all the
Arab oil wells together. No
power en earth will dislodge us
from the small but lofty Rock of
Israel."
DINITZ MADE this statement
at a dinner sponsored by the
Hapoel Hamizrachi Women's Or-
ganization. More than 500 Zion-
ist and Jewish leaders paid trib-
ute to Rabbi and Mrs. Israel
Miller at the dinner held at the
Plaza Hotel for their "leadership
or. behalf of many worthy causes
and for their activities leading to
the growth of a vibrant Jewish
life in America."
In addition. Rabbi Miller, who
is chairman of the Conference of
Presidents of .Major American
Jewish Organizati ins, was honor-
ed as a "fighter on behalf of Is-
rael's security and survival, and
as a most able spokesman of the
Continued on Page 7-A
Peres: There are 3,000 Soviet
Troops Serving in Syria
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) De-
fense Minister Shimon Peres esti-
mates that there are 3.000 Soviet
troops in Syria, some of them
manning Syrian positions, though
he can not say how many.
Replying to questions in the
Knesset, the Defense Minister
said some Soviet troops served in
anti-aircraft missile systems near
Damascus and operated electron-
ic air defense systems in other
parts of Syria.
ACCORDING TO Peres, the
Russians sue plied Syria during
the Yom Kippur War and after-
wards with more than 1.000
tanks, many of the T-62 type: 300
jets, including 50 of the new
MIG-23s: and missiles, including
surface-to-surface "Skud" missiles
reportedly capable of reaching Is-
rael's three largest cities.
Peres reported that Egypt re-
cently received a shipment of
Mirage jets directly from France
for the first time rather than
through another Arab state as
was the case when the French
arms embargo on the Middle East
was in effect.
He said the French shipment
included three interceptors of
the Mirage 3-C type.
Peres also reported that Egypt
was due to receive 36 Mirages al-
together as part of a tripartite
transacticn signed by King Faisa'
of Saudi Arabia on his visit to
France several months ago.
The transaction will be com-
pleted in two years, Peres said.
SIMCHA SLNITZ


Page 2-A
+S:lsl Friday, December 27, 1971
There's a Little Israel Right gisco Spurns
In the Middle of Busy Budapest pajimy Stand
BUDAPEST (JTA) In the mldrt of thl the restaurant described it. "IMs almost^ as tl -- J
On Population
BUDAPEST (JTA) In the midst of this
Socialist capital of almost two-million people.
there is a coiner that Hungarian Jews call "a lit-
tle Israel." where Jovian ritual and tradition
have been preserved despite the various up-
heavals affecting this country in recent years.
At 35 Akacia Street, in the heart of the for-
mer Jewish ghetto of the war years. Budapest's
last Jewish restaurant continues to thrive with
the support and management of the Orthodox
Jewish community.
WITS ROOM for 100 people, the atmosphere
is always crowded and convivial while main-
taining a strictly Orthodox atmosphere and tra-
dition.
Beef, stuffed cabbage, duck, goose all
Strictly kosher are served with kosher wine to
the restaurant's regular Jewish patrons, as well
as numerous visitors from other countries, par-
ticularly the United States.
Man) of the regular patrons wear the Ortho
(Ion Jewish dress, and as one recent visitor to
the restaurant described it. "It is almost as if
you had left Hungary and found yourself sud-
denly in Israel."
AFTER DINNER, the gutatl are invited to
stay on for singing and the reciting of ritual Jew-
ish sayings. Trices at the restaurant are high by
Hungarian standards about S2 for a meal.
However, many of those who come here, are
invited by and paid for by the Jewish community.
Not far from this restaurant stands Hun
gary's largest synagogue, largest in all of Eastern
Eur.ipe, and next to that, the Jewish cemetery
where many of the 500,000 Hungarian Jews who
were deported and killed during World War II
are buried.
MRS. VII.MOST WEISZ. manager of the res-
taurant, recalled that a number of foreign visi-
tors to the restaurant, in making a ceremonial
visit to the cemetery, told her they had discov-
ered the names of their long-lost relatives.
There are about 100.000 Jews in Hungary
today, compared wltfi approximately 600.000 be-
fore World War II.
Booming Business
In Nazi War Relics,
Merchants Find
BONN (JTA) Exhibitions
dt Nazi ait. auctions and sales
ol Nazi war relies are booming
in West Germany. Some of this
1- rationalized as coming to grips
with the past
But much of it is evidently
catering to a growing market of
morbid curio-hunters. An exhibi-
tion of Nazi paintings, sculptures
and architectural designs opened
Oct IS in Frankfurt amidst a
wave of public protest.
THE display, which will
continue until December. has
been organized by the Frankfurt
Art Society and a group from
the local university.
The organizers contended that
the exhibition is ""an attempt to
interpret the Nazi era and to
help people come to terms with
the past."
An organization in Wiesbaden,
dedicated to preventing the dis-
semination of Nazi culture, de-
clared that the exhibition "mere-
ly glorifies the Nazi legacy."
IN BAVARIA, the govern-
ment there auctioned some 350
\.i-<-. statuettes and other mem-
orabilia that once belonged to
Nazi Air Force Chief Hermann
Goering. A Bavarian government
Spokesman said the objects were
oi appalling taste."
The government had inherited
them after the war and had to
find a way of getting rid of
them, the spokesman said.
He had no comment as to why
the government wanted to make
money from the legacy <>! a lea 1-
inn Nazi, instead of destrn. Ing
the objects.
A WEEK ago, Hermann Otto
Winiarski conducted his ninth
sale of curios in the Bavarian
village of Toerwang and said he
plans to make his auctions a
regular event. Winiarski. who
resides in Toerwang. reported
that bidders came from many
countries, including the I'nited
StatCS) France and Britain.
In what he described as lively
bidding, caps bearing the SS in-
signia went for as much as $150.
Ceremonial SS daggers tearing
swastikas sold for as much as
S230.
A copy of Leon Trotsky's auto-
biography, which Hitler had an-
notated critically, went for 1760.
Ottering** Mercedes was sold last
month to an American buyer for
more than H66.000.
SOME NAZI relics are still
waiting some buyers willing to
pay the reserve price, like $730
for a lite-si. ed painting of Hit-
ler, or $4,000 for a sweat-stained
cap once worn by Hitler.
Miamian Gets
Degree in
Cincinnati
Scott B. Saulson of Miami was
awarded the Master of Arts i:i
Hebrew Letters degree by the
Hebrew Union College-Jewish In-
stitute of Religion on Dec 7.
Saulson. >on of Mr. and Mrs.
William F. Saulson. attended Mi-
ami Beach High School and grad-
uated cum laude from the Uni-
versity of Michigan in 1968 with
a deeree in political science
SAL1.SON ATTENDED the
Fletcher School of International
Law and Diplomacy and received
a Masters degree in international
relations from the University of
Miami in 1971. In 1973. he accept-
ed a pulpit at Congregacion Bet-
El in Guatemala
Since his return. Saulson has
served as a lecturer for the De
partment of Judaic Studies at the
University of Cincinnati. He has
also served as an English teacher
with the Peace Corps in the
United States Trust Territory of
the Pacific Islands. His family is
active in Temple Israel of Great-
er Miami.
SAULSON, who holds a attl
dent pulpit at Temple B'nai Is-
rael in Kokoir.o. Ind.. is a Re
serve Commissioned Officer in
the U.S. Army Chaplaincy Corps
He is currently enrolled in the
Rabbinic Program at IUV-JIR.
the oldest rabbinic seminary in
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oped as a result of the two dis-
engagement agreement* because
I think the alternative to dip-
lomacy in the Middle Kast could
be a very serious erosion of the
situation which in turn could
1 i! to another renewal of hos-
tilities."
SIS* O CONCEDED that "re-
gardless of what pi igrtaa has
beer, made over the last year
a:id a half of limited DCgotia-
- between the Arabs an 1 Is-
raelis, the fundamental differ-
encea between the two sides re-
main.'
He said the situatl II w is fur-
ther Cd ."el by very sharp
i-isii IIS between the Arab
states and between the Aiuu
tl ites and the Palestinians .
i | itential conflict between
ourselves and the Soviet Union"
u : the delicate relati i
between consu ind produc-
ers of :i" and Its | itential
impact on t.-.e e. r. imies of
Western Europe the U S hi
well as its close ally, Japan."
Sisco sail, however, that he
thought "tfl fair t> say that
some pi ictical pi "grata h;Ls !*-en
made which both Israel and the
Arab world would consider to bl
to the mutual ben-fit of each."
HE REFERRED t > Israeli
disengagement agreements with
Egypt and Syria, which in the
first case, he said, 'has been
carried out impeccably" and in
the second without any
violations.
He noted that the lituati g
the Golan Heights was
more difficult and much
delicate than in the Sinai''
where "there is more r
maneuver" and "whk
ther away from the
ateas of IsraeL"
According to Sisco. "Whila
there are lingering doubt! ind
reeervattona which are
itandable, given the hist
the last two the-e
teems to be more
that a second step on
tian front might prove
. We continue to (eel '
the procau of negotiation
start in a Wl
ful way. the doori
ii remain open an I
program can in fact I
SPEAKING OF the V S role
in the Middle Hast. Sis
the U.S undertook
becau-e this has l>een the
' Lsrael and the Aral 1
by that I mean, trying >
a small portion of t:
at a time.
We are convinced that
were to try to approach I
lution of the Atab-Israeli lit-
pute on an overall, act
board basis, it is too 1
cated to achieve this kind of
overall result."
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jay, December 27, 1974
vJcnisti fhriafiat/n
Pcge 3-A
Civil Aviation Body OK's
Liberation-Group Participants
JWV 'Four Chaplains Memorial' j
Set In Bavfront BancLslieli Feb. 2 1
r
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rj
By MICHAEL SOLOMOX
MONTREAL (JTA> The
General Assembly of the Inter-
nationa] Civil Aviation OrRani-
zation (ICAC)) has approved a
resolution that would extend ob-
server status to national "libera-
tion" groups including the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion (PLO).
The dratt was adopted by the
124-nation body at a meeting
here and sent with favorable
recommendation to the ICAO's
supreme Governing Council for
final approval despite vehement
protests from international pi-
lots groups that it was tant-
amount to inviting terrorists to
be privy to ICAO deliberations.
ISRAEL WAS the only mem-
ber of the ICAO Assembly to
vote against the resolution al-
though several other members,
including Canada, abstained.
No breakdown of the vote
was made public. The head of
the Israeli delegation. Ambas-
sador Amid Najar, accused the
ICAO Assembly of "bending the
knee" to "the representatives of
the murderers of Munich, Zu-
rich, Athens, Lod, Rome and
elsewhere."
He noted that "Scores of
criminal enterprises in the field
of international civil aviation
have been committed by these
groups and have caused hun-
dreds of dead and wounded."
THE RESOLUTION did not
refer directly to the PLO but
specified that "observer status"
at ICAO gatherings would be
granted national liberation
movements that were recognized
by both the Organization for
African I'nity tOAUt and the
Arab League.
Representative* of the Inter-
r n of Airline
Piints Associc. voiced
concern that a ne.. ,.avfl f
aerial hijackings would occur if
PLO observers were allowed to
attend ICAO meetings where
they could learn of security
measures and pass the informa-
tion on to terrorists.
Final adoption of the measure
lies with the Governing Council
of the ICAO.
A NEW 30-delegate Council
L scheduled to meet this week.
Its make-up includes seven new
members, among them the Peo-
ple's Republic of China and
Yugoslavia.
The Netherlands and Belgium,
whose aircraft have been vic-
tims of Arab terrorists, have
been dropped from the Council.
Israel is not a member.
Plans are now underway for a
"Fjur Chaplains Memorial" pro-
gram to be held Sunday, Feb. 2,
in the Bavfront Park Bandshell.
Harold C. Uhf, Commander of
the Department of Florida, Jew-
ish War Veterans of the United
States, announces.
Posts are being invited to join
in this colorful celebration by
bringing all Post and American
Flags to be carried during the
opening ceremony.
A Rabbi, Priest, and two Min-
isters, who gave their lives for
their country", will be honored
These men went down on the
S.S. Dorchester, giving their life
jackets to others.
Prominent city officials and
clergymen will participate in
this Memorial service.
Norman Levine, Major of the
Honor Guard, will coordinate the
opening ceremony Alvin Rose,
Department Americanism Chair
man is in charge of arrangements.
Abe Eisenman. Commander of
South Dade Post No. 778 of the
Jewish War Veterans of the
United States, has appointed Ben
C'lein as chairman of the nom-
inating committee to bring in a
slate of officers for the new year.
Also on the committee are Al-
vin Rose and Arnold Novins.
An Executive Committee meet-
ing was held Monday evening at
the office of Eisenman Realtors.
Plans were made by the Post
and Auxiliary for the March in-
stallation of officers.
The monthly meeting date and
place have been changed to 8
p.m. the second Tuesday of each
month at Temple Beth Am. 5950
N. Kendall Dr All Jewish vet-
erans are cordially invited to at-
tend. Contact Commander Eisen-
man for information.
Nation's Press Took Critical
View of Arafafs VIS Appearance
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of comments were the following.
# Detroit News, circulation
699,652, said Arafat's speech
"made it perfectly clear that the
PLO remains dedicateed to the
destruction of Israel";
# Pittsburgh Press, circulation
287,405, noting that Arafat ex-
pressed himself in more moder-
ate language than before, added
that "his goal remains as extrem-
ist as ever: the elimination of Is-
rael as a state and its absorption
by a new Arab state comprising
the former Palestine";
# Chicago Tribune, circulation
681.759, said Arafat's "words .
may sound idealistic enough on
the surface but are frightening
in their deeper implications." It
added that his proposal of "one
democratic state where Christian.
Jew and Moslem live in justice"
really means "that Israel would
disappear and be replaced by an-
other state. ... A people which
has suffered through thousand*
of years as an often persecuted
minority everywhere except in
in Israel would lose its one
haven of majority";
# Minneapolis Star, circuit
tion 253,169. noted that all1.
Arafat said ho came "bearii
olive branch." he "left no ave-
nues open for negotiations with
Israel." The paper \>ent on to
sav that Arafat's proposal for a
"Palestine of tomorrow" would
include "all of Israel and. pre-
sumably, all of Jordan, too,"
meaning that for Israelis, "iheii
government would disappear, to
be replaced by a PLO regime";
0 Newark Star-Ledger, circu-
lation 356.306. said Arafat'!
"olive branch" was obvioush
"full of thorny obstacles that
would make anv reasonable set-
tlement virtually impossible to
achieve on the terms he set
forth";
# San Francisco Chronicle,
circulation 468,091, referred to
Arafat's speech as "his proposal
for the final solution of the Jew-
ish problem";
New York Times, circulation
834,278, stated: "It is clear that
Mr. Arafat remains unwilling to
acknowledge that a State of Is-
rael has any right to exist";
New York Daily News, cir-
culation 2,107,453, noting "Ara-
fat's pose of sweet reasonable-
ness," said "we might be tempted
to believe from his speech that
the PLO is devoting every work-
ing hour to raising flowers to
shower upon the Jews of Israel
when the great day of reconcilia-
tion and coexistence comes to
pass."
However, two of the 50 dailies,
the Philadelphia News, circula-
tion 262,391, and the Pittsburgh
Post-Gazette, circulation 219,435,
were lukewarm in criticizing Ara-
fat, despite his menacing state-
ments and, at the same time,
placed responsibility for a Mid-
east settlement on the Israelis.
BOTH PAPERS stressed "jus-
tice for the Palestinians" and not
the continued existence of the
Jewish stale.
The Philadelphia News said
"the (UN) delegates were cor-
rect in their vote to hear the
PLO." and that the PLO's "des-
perate terrorism is the action of
people unable to have their
grievances adjusted in any par-
liamentary forum."
Among newspapers critical of
Ambassador Tekoah's alleged "in-
flexibility," the Minneapolis
Tribune, circulation 237,973. said
his point that Jordan, not the
PLO, was the legitimate repre-
sentative of the Palestinian
Arabs "would have considerable
merit had not the Arab leaders
decided otherwise.'1
AMONG PAPERS approving
Mr. Tekoah's response, the Pitts-
burgh Press spoke of "Israel's
justified unwillingness to disap-
pear as a nation.'
The Portland Oregonian, cir-
culation 243.249, criticized UN
delegations for walking out on
Tekoah and suggested that the
General Assembly "did not take
Seriously enough the grave indict-
ment he leveled at the PLO
spokesman."
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Postponing the Terror StucU
It is interesting to note that the United Nations that
CTGC.:-..zz:.zn whose name has no meaning, just voted to
postpone debate on international :e::c:ism until next year.
r.-.e UN r.ever voted to postpone listening to Y
Arafat as he ca nberment ot Israel.
Its UNESCO agency asvei voted to postpone throw-
ing Israel ... B agency's European regiono
It a< v< the mu deration tb I
. i ci.oted to her :or parti: pabon in the Pall Q
. No Arab or any char y : has t
imilarh
In fact, ihi United Nations applauded all these ccri-
08 so vociferously that the balls of the c:-:.:::^a.icn
dedicated to interne.:..'.:.-, recce thundered with the ap-
proval of a runaway Black Ai >mmunist-Arab bice.
And now :: has voted to postpone discussions cl
Arab-inspired terrorism. _
From Out of the Past
When, recently, Israeli and other observers began
drawing parcilels between the UN end the League of Na-
tions; Yasir Arcfct and Adoli Hitler; a cowering and cow-
ardly Europe today and the cowering and cowardly
Europe of the I930's. observers yawned, stretched and
begged them to cut their "boring parallels short.
They called the parallels "Jewish obsessiveness" with
the fate of the Nazi slaughter of the six-million.
But as tyrants these days are increasingly IicnL?3d,
as international lav/ is increasingly subverted to serve
tyrannical ends, and as the peoples of the world increas-
ingly call tyranny justice for questionably oily ends, the
parallels make increasing sense.
What else is the refusal to debate Arab terrorism in
the name that it is populist revolution other than out of
the history pages of the I93Cs?
Who's Being Deprived?
The bitter fate of Israel in the European regional
councils of the United Nations Economic and Scientific
Organization reminds us cf the era in German history
when the Nazis turned out i:s Jewish intellectuals to be
reviled, burned in crematoria or, at best, sent into exile.
One such Jewish intellectual was Albert Einstsin.
For want of Einstein, their race to build the first ctom
bomb was lest.
For want of the bomb, their war on human decency
wes lost.
The recent comments by Jorgs Durbar.o, secretary
general of the Argentine Academy of Arts, are surely
applicable here.
Durbcno, a leading music critic, has refused to par-
ticipate any further in UNESCO's musical publications
until UNESCO recognizes the pcrcdox "that an interna-
tional cultural organization casts aside a country that rep-
resents one of the most ancient cultures end civilizations."
But even more applicable is our memory of Dr. Ein-
stein. Who is reclly deprived here Israel or UNESCO?
Is Columnist Alsop Right?
Los Angeles Times Syndicate columnist Joseph Alsop
has repeatedly made the point in his articles published
by us that we are headed for disaster in the Middle East
unless Washington clearly warns the Arabs that the next
Arab oil embargo will mean U.S. military intervention in
the Persian Gulf to break the back of the embargo.
Alsop argues that the point must be made, and now,
that the reason for a contemplated embargo would have
no bearing on such a U.S. military move not even a
new Israel Arab war.
But, he argues, it is not in the nature cf the milksop
Ford administration, or even of the Congress, to do any-
hing so firmly cr even intelligently.
Well, now there is the demand signed by 71 U.S.
Senators sent to the President that he reaffirm this nation's
commitment to the survival end integrity of Israel and
that he press our European allies to rescue the by now
almost hopelessly bleeding principles cf the violated
United Nations charter.
Have the Senators moved In their
hecrts the I
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COMMENT
One of the nic?st things to bj
: action-
ary politician- .n Ws bington is
that the) are so Incredibly stupid
th: mosl things the} UJ are
discounted.
I cann t -a> th 1 was ih icked
or even surprised t> h?ar
U.S. Senator John Tower of
Texas declare fur a television
audience that he was disturbed
that Preident Ford was about t
"reach back inta the cesspool of
the New Deal for an Attorney
Genera!" He was referrir
course, to Edward Le\i. the presi-
dent of the University of Chi-
cago And a Jew.
NOW I hasten to state that
I do not believe Tower to b? an
ar 'Semite in his opposition to
Levi. One just his to add him
to that undistinguished list of
low-browed Americans mixt ot
thorn Republicans, although the
Democrats can feel sad about
some of their own who equat"
being Jewish with being inart.
rich and leftist. That Levi ha-
left leanings undoubtedly will
come a; a surprise to those stu
dnts on the Chicago campus in
the stormy late Ws who took
over his Administration Build-
in? in protest aeainst what they
believed to be his pro-Establish.
ment bias.
All of us still remember the
recent remarks of a Gen. Brown
cor-erninn Jewish own-r-hip of
banks and th- press 1 rich and
smart). But th?re have been
r-h"rs in recmt years to 1
an obvious 1 it*ern of theui
to that breed if American
po1! 'icians h se

THI WAl
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of n >!:,.! pi pie and j .
Aren't thej entitled to 1
atii a .ind a little
chance? v. have all Bran
deise and Card cat and Frank
furters ar i stuff like that I
doubt we can. ; doubt \\.
to."
Note there was no mention of
a Hosi 1, a Store; 1 Marshall
even a Hugh ts Three Jew-, none
of then n
Ym refill one of the fam m-
Nivon tapes sdmoni hing Julie
not to l"> to jn art show in
Ji 1 ksonville. It would be a wa*4
of time for her to nux wih art
lovers since thev are u-nially lft
Wingers- ind Jews Then there
was the man Levi was.
touted to succeed. Attorney Gen
eral William Saxbe scheduled to
be Ambas ador to India. He .<:
off tiiat one about haw in the
days of Joe McCarthy IntellectU-
als were distrusted, but thine-
have changed (!); One of the
changes that s come ab.mt is h-
cause of the Jewi h intellectual
who was in tb*ea ^av. VPry
enamored of the Communist
\; EDWARD I'OllEN
India's lo ts is ow gain,
v^ 1 11 v\ *; v.nti. n be
peopl
n alb anti-Semites in the -*.
"hat description
what Icas-than 1
they fear anythini
u intelligence ei 1
inu llectua ity 1 .. 1
aware of the Jewish repu
for karnin'." our high ;
centtge of college grad
v-i >nal ivml". and I I
frightening outlook for ai
who hisn"t Droiiresscd pol.'
beyond McKinley. ,
in self-defense, we might be-
gin to wage some counter ;
gsnda that maybe we am t so
>mart After all. Rabbi 1
Korff is Jewish, The N*bc survey
of ethnic voting in Florida in the
but t lection indicates that
cvnt of the Jewish vote went to
Gov A-kews opponent, which
certainly is an indication
ooite a few Jews aren't rj
bright (even Jack Eckerd g >t i3
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Considerable li?ht on the men-
tality of the leadership and peo-
ple of Israel's most intractable
foe has been shed by an authori-
tative study on the social and
political history of Syria by He-
brew University Prof. afoshe
Maoz.
Harry A. "Hap"' Levy, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Chap-
ter of the American Friends of
th? Hebrew University, calls the
st.; I) a "winner."
SYRIA, writes Prof. Maoz, head
Hebrew U. Scholar Eyes Syria I
of the university's Institute of
Asian and African Studies, in his
b/ok, The New Syria.' is con-
sidered the 'exporter' of anti-
Zionist ideology and Arab nation-
alism, and has become frustrated
over her inability to lead the
Arab world.
Therefore, she has styled her-
self as radical. alonfj with her
staunch loyalty to the struggle
gainst Zionism.
I evy notei th it Prof. M-"v.
emphasizes that "military battle
is a tried and true method of
diverting attention from internal
problems in Syria. An additional
factor, less known in Israel, is
fear: Syria's leaders and citizens
are terribly afraid of another Is-
raeli offensive for the conquest
of their territories this in the
light of Israel's achievements in
the last warand so they turn
to heating up the propaganda
against us."
Prof Maoz's hook traces the
changes in Syria up to the start
of the 20th century, through a
long period during which Syria
was not a separate, distinct po-
litical-administrative unit with a
strong, localized central govern-
ment.
THE TURNING point in th-
social-political development o'
various sectors that coincided
with the end of Shiskakli's reign
i^ ctrncsofl nn tbn hqcl-nVon ^f
the rise in power of the lower
clashes and radical forces and
their enlistment in the army, and
the decrease in power of the
veteran nationalist-conservative
parties.
Macs discusses at length the
rise of the L., ..r. : arty, Its struc-
ture and leadership, and also
delves into the influence of the
Yom Klppur War on the consoli-
dation Of the Syrian nation and
the strengthening of its patriotic
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UNESCO Cold Shoulders Israel CAJE Staff Membf! DeUvor
*5 As Israelis Teach Medicine
Papers At Biennial Conclave
Somewhat ironically, at the
very time that the UN and
UNESCO were meekly allowing
Arab and ('ommuni.tt countries
to steamroller resolutions against
Israel through these international
bodies, 11 students were gradu-
ating from an international
course in public health and social
medicine at the Hadassah Hos-
pital in Jerusalem.
The aim of the course is to
enable graduates to assume key
posts in the battle for promoting
better health in their countries.
THE COURSE is run by the
Hadassah Hebrew University
Medical Center in coop-ration
th the Israel Ministry of For-
. _: Affairs Division of Inter-
nal Cooperation.
Victor ShemcoT, Minister of
Health, said at the course see-
- *! that "th.' UNESCO resolu-
tion would not damage Israel or
result in a suspension of Israeli
cultural activities, but that it was
a devastating setback to the aims
ol UNESCO itself, and might well
be a death blow to the agency.
The members Of the interna-
tional public health course," he
i.in bear witness to Israel's
ngn 'i r k-"'
with all races and creeds
for the benefit of mankind."
Ten of the 11 graduates of th
ii se came from the Phil-
I, Thailand. South
\ letnam, Denmark, We t Ger
and the c.s.A.
All. OF these countries were
among those who voted againsl
the anti-Israel resolutions at the
UN or UNESCO, or at least ab
stained One of the gradual is is
a doctor from the West Hank ol
Jordan.
Prof. Sidney L, Kark. head of
the Department of Social Medi-
cine at Hadassah. pointed out
that this was me iourth such
Class that the department had
run. Fifty-two students from 23
countries had participated.
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Central Agency for Jewish Edu-
cation delivered papers at the
biennial conference on High
School Jewish Education W
sored by the Department of Edu-
cation of the United Synagogue
oi America that took place this
week at the Sheraton Motor Inn
in New York City, Herbert Zvi
er, executive Ui actor of the
agency, annt unced.
The two-flay conference, wl
theme i \ \U : natives in StniC
tare and Curriculum in Jewish
Hisfh S ho 1 Education" attracted
educators from all over the coun-
try.
Leading the on "The
Curriculum in the Community
..I. Gen <'
Louis Stem, of Miami is seen with Prof. Sidney L. Karh,
head of the Department of Social Medicine, Hadassah-He-
brew University Medical Center in Jerusalem, at an inter-
national course in pub'ic health and social medicine. Stern
is the son of Mrs. Melba Stern, of 350 SW 26th Rd., Miami,
a life member of Hadassah. Stern, who has a BA in psy-
chology, is a new immigrant to Israel and is presently
serving in the Israel Army.
director of Youth Programming
Rabbi Shirr.jn Azulay. ,
school coordinator, and Abraham
J. Gittelson, associate director of
the CAJE. They outlined the
structure and curriculum of the
Judaic* High School proyi
the CAJE, which has attracted
national interest because of its
unique courses, its blend of
formal and in.'ormai classes
its cooperative arrangements with
participating synagogues
Cther sessions at the conference
included 'Recent 1'remi. .,
velopment in Secondary Jewish
Education," "The Hebrew Lan-
guage Centered Curricul in
the Value-Centered Cun
structural Variatii ns
i Formal and Informal El
ts in Secondary Jew ;\ Flu-
m." and methods of ti i
Bibl History and ''. |
ndary school.
Gittell >n and Green
represented the CAJE at the mid-
winter conference and executive
board meeting of the V.
Council for Jewish Educati
which Herbert Zvi Efc
of the CAJE. sen
\ ice president.
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Jack Chaiken will be honored as "Man ol the Year" by
Harmony Lodge. B'nai B'rith, Monday at 8 p.m. during the
lodge's annual Chanukah party in the Washington Federal
Auditorium, 633 NE 167th St., North Miami Beach. Mr.
Chaiken will receive a plaque in recognition of his civic
and communal service on this occasion. Musical enter-
tainment by Elaine and Les Wagman will h* featured.
Miami Beach attorney Harry
Zukernick was the recipient
of a special award recently
from the Miami Beach Bar
Association in recognition of
his forty years of unselfish
service to the improvement
of the administration of just-
ice. Edward J. Atkins, mem-
ber of the Board of Govern-
ors of the Florida Bar, made
the presentation.
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town in lr. liana i si
which once had more K
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New York ha- excon
Hoses because, the rabbi .-.> '
M ises had turned r:.;. t I
of left the Jew I would
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ha\e to da is use thai <
to convince the fright)
Btors and others thai -
ants of an idiot Like Hoses !
are theii intellect lal brel
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Temple Israel of Greater Mi-
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NBW YORK (JTA) The
100th anniversary of the birth
of Dr. Chaim Weizmann, the
scientist-statesman who became
the first President of the State
of Israel, was celebrated here
recently at a Weizmann Cen-
tenary Dinner, addressed hy Ab-
ba Khan, former Israeli Foreign
Minister, ami Nobel Laureate
Dr. Gerald M. Kdelman, Vincent
Aslor Distinguished Professor of
the Rocketeilcr University.
The dinner, at the New York
Hilton, under the auspices of the
American Committee for the
Weizmann Institute of Science,
wn- attended by a distinguished
national audience of 1,000.
PROCEEDS OF the dinner
will benefit research at the Weiz-
mann Institute in Rehovot. Eban.
Visiting Professor at Columbia
University's1 Faculty of Inter-
national Affairs, a dose as*>eiate
of Dr. Weizn inn's, was speaker
on "Israel's Place in the World
Crisis."
Dr. Edelman's theme, science
;;.. and Dr. Weizmann'i
scientific legacy, won- ..-.-
cursed by him under the title of
"The Two Faces of the Angel."
The levelopment of the eon-
Uve resources of science, its
universality as the basis of hu-
man achievement, and the re-
en ation "f the Jewish State were
the twin loves of Dr Weizmann
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Continued from Page 1 A
Ami rican J wish community -
'..- liscussions with the White
State Deparmenl
in the halls of Congress."
MItS. MII.I.FR is active in the
11 ipoel or anization which
n r- a m !v ork of day-care centers
in Israel, among outer projects
Dinitz, who paid tribute to
Rabbi Miller and delivered trib
Utes to the meeting from -
American and Israeli ofl
including President Ford,
mier. Yitzhak Rabin and
Meir, said that Israel an
American Jewish comna
recognized the challenges
fronting them.
He asserted that those chal-
- would be met success
BUM <>f the inner spiritual
ices of the Jewish people
which stem from their traditions
and ideals.''
DIN IT 1 APPEALED to
American Jews to come to live
in Israel "for the nourishment
that only Israel can give to
Jews'; urged Jews "to improve
the qualitative nature of Jewish
society, inasmuch as we cannot
match the quantitative resources
of those who would destroy us."
He called on American Jews tfl
become emissaries In explaining
Israels problems and aspirations
to the broad American com-
munity.
In acknowledging the tributes,
Rabbi Miller said that whatever
he has been privileged to ac-
complish on bclialf of Jewry' a"d
Israel arose out of his deep
spiritual convictions about the
Ji irish way of life and out of bis
Zionist ideology.
He a:d that "our faith and
our destiny as American Jews is
tied up with that of our lu<
in Medlnat Yisroel, where ulti-
mately we, too, must fulfill our
lives."
to which he devoted his entire
life. The future of Israel, he be-
lieved, would rest en three
pillars: science, security and
education
THE WEIZMANN Institute of
Science was a 70th birthday gift
to Dr. Weismann. and encom-
passes the Daniel Sieff Research
Institute, established by Dr.
Weizmann in 1934 to "create
absorptive capacity for Pales-
tine."
Dr. Weizmann served as firt
president of the Weizmann In-
stitute, from its founding in 1944
until his death in 1952. His home
on the Institute campus was Dr.
Weizmann's official residence as
the President of Israel.
The recent program here was
In a year-long series of
ama to mark the Cente-
nary which was officially inau-
gurated in Israel Monday.
FORMER ISRAELI Premier
Gnlda Meir is president of the
World Committee for Chaim
Weizmann Centenary Cele-
bration. Meyer B. Weisgal, chan-
cellor of the Weizmann Institute
of Science, is the general chair-
man.
Three hundred and seventy
notables in science, education,
the arts, business and public
affairs, among them 60 Nobel
Laureates, and 26 heads of col-
leges and universities, have join-
ed an International Sponsoring
Committee for the Weizmann
Centenarv.
Milton M. Parson (left), executive director of the Greater Mi-
ami Israel Bond Organization, presents Dr. Pablo Tachmes
with the State of Israel Masada Award in recognition of his
distinguished leadership on behalf of Israel Bonds. Dr.
Tachmes served as president of the 1973-74 Cuban-Hebrew
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Friday, December 27, 1974
Michael Goldstein (left) and Harvey Miller, cochairmen of
the Accountants Division of tha 1975 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal-Israel Emergency Fund helpsd plan a Division Dinner
last week in honor of A.B. Wiener. Mr. Wiener, chairman
of the Central Agency for Jewish Education and long time
member of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Board of
Directors, served CJA-IEF Accountants Division.
Members of the Accountants Division of the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal-Isrcel Emergency Fund are spendina many of
their pre-tax seascn hours volunteering theii efforts at the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation. CPA's together to sched-
ule their 1S75 campaign activities era Joel Levy (seated)
and 'left to righf Stanley Getti=\ Er.rry E. Hersh, Victor
Greenwald and Jesse Casselhcif. The Division sponsored
a Dec. 12 dinner in honor ci one of its most distinguish:d
members, past chairman A. B. Wiener of Wiener, Stern &
Kantman.
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Investigate Report Ancient 4j
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ELIZABETH, N. J. (JTA)
__A leading American Ortl*
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Jewish community, the Soviet
Ministry of Culture had sent a
special commission to Radin.
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port that the ancient Jewish
Cemetery there had been
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The Radin cemetery included
the grave of the Chofetz Chaim,
regarded as the greatest Tal-
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who died in 1933. Rabbi Pinhas
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preiidJ im 11 the Union of Ortho-
dox Rabbis ol the United States
and Canada, said he had learned
about a letter from a Moscow
source, reporting a visit to the
Radin cemetery recently and a
discovery that a tractor had de-
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broken pieces of headstones and
monuments strewn over the
cemetery area.
ACCORDING TO the letter,
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Was JVlfSf, Magazine Reports
Continued from Page 1-A
Strughold's nama firal a;
ad a- a Nazi war criminal ius-
pact in a June. 1974. listing ol
37 persons now residing in the
United States who have been
charged with committing such
crimes during the Nazi era.
HIS NAME mysteriously disap-
peared from Um oiticial list !
suspects compiled over the past
several years by the Immigra-
tion and Naturalization Service
of the U.S. Justice Department.
Whenever queried by the press
about the charge. Strughold has
repeatedly insisted he never
heard of the r>achau experi-
ments until after World War II
and that he had nothing what-
soever to do with them.
THE NAZI document, which
proves Strughold's complicity m
what the American prosecution
characterized as 'atrocities com-
mitted in the name of medical
science.'' is Nuremberg Docu-
ment 401, dated October 1. 1946.
It is a translation of a top-
secret Nazi transcript of pro-
ceedings of a conference of lead-
ing scientists from the Nazi SS
and armed forces that took
place in Nuremberg from Octo-
ber 26 through October 27, 1942.
Strughold is named in the
Nazi document as a s;>ecial lec-
turer and group discussion lead-
er at the conference, where the
Dachau concentration camp ex-
periments were presented, dis-
cussed and analyzed.
STRIT.IIOLD HIMSKI.K lec-
tured on the high-altitude, freez-
ing and sea-water problems that
were tested for the benefit ol
the Nazi Luftwaffe lair force) on
human beings at Dachau.
Phot .." aphs and films made
ei intents were
onfen nee, where
" e e i nature of the testa
was revealed," causing
nsation" among the partici-
.' an*v ling to the Nazi
documents.
At the Dachau camp, prison-
ers were subjected to simulated
altlt Ida, freezing and sea-
experiments until they
died. Autopsies were immediate-
ly rondiK t< d.
STRUGHOLD'S role is reveal-
ed in the December issue of
Jewish currents, a nationally-
distributed magazine edited in
New York in an article by the
internali. nally-publlshed author
and journalist, Charles R. Allen.
Jr.
Allen is the author of numer-
ous works on Nazism, including
a 1963 booklet titled "Nazi War
Criminals Among Us," which
documented the presence of sev-
eral score wanted Nazi war
criminals who reside in the
Uniti d States. Strughold was not
a subject of Allen's 1963 investi-
gations.
The Allen article also traces
the mysterious circumstances of
how Strughold, initially "Impli-
cated" as a war crimes "sus-
pect" by the American prosecu-
tion at Nuremberg in 1946.
avoided prosecution and found
employment by way of Amer-
ican intelligence agencies in the
country's top priority program.
He retired in 1968 as chief
dentist of the Aerospace Med-
ical Division of the U.S. Air
i at Brooks Air Force Base
in Texas, for which he is still a
consultant. He was naturalized
in 1936. He is 76 years old.
Dr. Max Lipschitz (left), spiritual leader of Beth Torah Con-
gregation, presents the State of Israel Masada Award to
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour S. Rosen at a recent Israel Bonds
dinner of state. At right are Mr. end Mrs. Ewald Ziffer who
were chairman of the gala dinner-dance. The Rosens were
honored for their outstanding service in fortifying the eco-
nomic foundations of Israel.
At a check presentation ceremony in the
sum of S5.100 to the South Beach Activities
Center are (left to right) Gene Greenspan,
director, Jewish Vocational Service; Miriam
Scheinberg, project director for the Center;
Max G. Koenig, Nat Zeller, Emcnuel Wein-
er, Phil Brill and Ben Shapiro, members of
the Galahad-Dade Complex Committee,
North Miami Beach, who spearheaded the
fund-raising drive for "our less affluent fel-
low-ciiizens in the South Beach area who
are homebound and in need of food." The
money was gathered following an appsa.
the Galahad-Dade Complex held during
High Holy Day services under their owr.
auspices, rabbi and cantor, with over 700
worshippers participating Also on the com-
mittee (not shown) was Al Lampl. Myron A.
Berezin is executive director of the Center at
25 Washington Ave.
Spinoza Forum Speakers
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address the Spinoza Forum.
Thursday at 10 a.m.: Thursday.
Dec 26, the guest speaker will
be Henry Howard, veteran of the
lnnllimVn theater.
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Ranging Programs Are Designed to Help Poor New York Jews
HPHK GROWING dimensions of the problem of the
Je\vih poor ar.d near-poor in the New York Metro-
politan area has led to development of a massive, multi-
service aid program using outreach metaods to bring
an-thc-spot help directly to Jews in need, the Federa-
tion of Jewish Philanthropies has reported.
In reporting on the program, which extends
throughout the city's five boroughs and into West-
chester and Long Island. Frederick P. Rose. Federa-
tion president, said that nearly one quarter of a million
Jews of the city "are at or near the poverty level '
HE ADDED that "additional thousands of middl?-

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We Grieve Oil Man Departeth
|JAROLl>sON L. HINT, who made all those
milikma in oil and set as one of his main goals
In life the downgrading of democracy, probably did
spread hatred of Jews in America than
G ral George S. Brown has or ever will.
'ine differences between Hi:nt and Brown are
marked. Hunt pursued liLs objective with b.-.:
of oil money and no apologies, no remorse; Brown
stumbled Into his bumbling remarks aboul Jewish
ing when his guard was down and not only
wed up with earnest apologies but point llj
ed as un-American and dlstastel il l
. fan .. he Irew from anti-Semites.
HARM DONE by Hunt to the security ai I
i Jev will stand as one of his I .. u r<
als; the injury inflicted by Gen. Brown
ial after all.
Hunt's activities aie fresh in our minds be-
se he was taken by death at 85 just a few
I ago. And since this domestic oil baron had
: in his hands and misused it. just as
eitain elled sheiks of Arab lands are
g, we need to keep the Hunt story beiore the
public ere the candle of his memory fades com-
pletely.
THE LATE Texas oilman who hurst Jews and
members of other minority groups by his political
activities and by his efforts to influence government
was anathema to those who believe in and practice
equality of opportunity-
Worshipping Gen. Douglas MacArthur and Joe
McCarthy, he is thought to have been the king-
who linanced Gen. Curtis LeMay's ill-
starred try at the Vice Presidency as a running
nt.' Independent Party ticket.
LeMay's advice to the country at that time
was to give up limited warfare in Vietnam; nor
ild he forgive his soft-hearted fellow Americans
i r the phobia they had about nuclear weapons.
TAKH7G his conception of "anti-Commu-
nism" as his guiding principle, H. L. Hunt began
_'_' years ago to pour some of his wealth into a
rightwing propaganda melange known as "Facts
Forum" with Dan Smoot, a former FBI man Sta-
tioned in Dallas, taken aboard to frighten all who
would give heed.
art ^y-f/pcrt
What About Israel's Refugees?
4 T A TIME when so much is being made of the
cause fail to understand why everyone is silent about the
who fled in the other direction. I refer to
the 800,000 or more Jews who. since 1948, were
palled to leave their homes in Arab lands be-
nt harrassment, hostility and pen
These were in many cases c >unti ies in which
ancestors of these Jews had lived for centuries, and
in some instances even for miUenia. Mop ceo, Iraq.
ia Egypt, Yemen, Libya, Syria a.e among
aitiies.
THE GREATER number of these Jewish ref-
ugees having left all their wealth and possessions
behind, found new homes in Israel.
Indeed, 43 percent of Israel's population which
had I e. n born abroad comes from Arab lands. This
has been, in effect, an exchange of imputations as
' of the tra if the Arabs in 1948
to oppose the eats nt l the state of Israel,
But whereas Israel iccepted and absorbed the
Jews who cam. to it, the A .. different
>'
They could long since have provided h<
and : the unfortunate Arab rel
were tlv innocent victims : the Aral-' futile as-
saults on Israel. It was certainly not for la ; of
ney that the oil rich states preferred to :
their brethren in limlx) ail these years.
THE WORLD has known other refugee ;
lems as well in recent years, but in almost i
case there have been sincere, well-meaning at-
tempts to resettle the victims of fate, rather tl
to utilize them as political wea;.ns in contin
ceaseless wars.
income families, formerly self sustaining, are now light-
ing desperately to rwnain solvent because of today's
economic ills."
Rose said that the Federation haa traditionally dis-
tributed more th .in SO per cent of its funds for direct
services to the Jewish poor.
In recent years, he added, in response to the
"growing dimensions" of the problem, "we have pi-
oneered in expansion of programs and development
of innovative outreach techniques to bring on-the-spot
help right into the community, the neighborhood,
wherever Jewish poor live isolated and in need "
He said three Neighborhood Service Centers have
been set u? in areas with high concentrations of Jewish
poor residents.
THEY ARE the Federation Jewish Community
Council Service of the Rockaways, in Queens: the West
Bronx Jewish Federation Service: and Federation
Joint Services of the Lower East Side, housed in the
Educational Alliance in Manhattan
The Rockaway and Bronx centers are directed by
management committees comprised of the director of
each center, lay and profes-onal representatives of
local Federation agencies and the local Jewish Com-
munity Council.
The Lower Fist Side Center, established this year,
involves participation of three Federation age:
the Educational Alliance, the Jewish Associate n for
Services for II I Vgod, and the Jewish Family Service.
ROSE SAID 31 Senior Itizen Uaociatiom organ-
ized by JASA offer one to five-day recreation and
cultural and social programs, plui hot lunches, for
m ire th..n 4.0'JO members at synagogues and housing
Is.
JASA all i -: insori 15 multi purpose outreach cen-
ters in the Bronx. Brooklyn. Queens, Manhr'tan and
Nassau County, which provide information and re-
ferral, counseling, health, medical homemaker house
keeper and legal services and emergency financial
relief.
In cooperation with the Jewish Association for
.: Youth, jasa sponsors Project Sustain, Stu-
dent Unit Service to the Aged in Neighborhood-;.
College students and volunteers provide escort
services to th" poor and Isolated aged Jews in the
Brownsville, East Now York and Crown Heights lec-
tions of Brookfvn, using a fleet of minibuses
HIE FEDERATION'S three family service, acen-
i in Manhattan, Long Island and westchester pro-
vide service without charge to those unable to pay and
to ethers on a scale determined by income, offering
counseling, information and referral, homemaker. re-
lief, legal aid and related services.
Providing 95 per cent of a'l Jewish-sponsori i
family services in the city, : helped nearly
36.0C0 families in 1974. Nearly half of the IS
families served bv the JFS were depender" on public
ssi stance, or social security or had incomes under
$3,300 a year About 25 per cent of clients in West-
Chester and Long Island were in those categories.
Seme 95 per ceni of the children cared for in
residential treatment facilities, clinics, psychological
treatment centers, and group res for the care
of the emotionally disturb) '. neglected and econom-
ised childn r. m families eligible for
"ing public assistance.
LAST YEAR, foster homes and hack up services
provided to 650 children. A Family Day Care
rved almost 400 children Nearly 100 young
in foster care received scholarships to help
them prepare for careers.
All About Those Jews Rockefeller, Morgenthau and AH the Others
''HE LATE Moshe Elbaum. editor of the Yiddish Daily
Forward, once said that Jews prefer to read anti-
Semitic papers rather than Jewish papers. In Jewish pa-
I rs, he reads all about the sufferings of the Jews, of
discrimination, pogroms and so on.
He becomes depressed. But when he takes up the
ant,-Semitic papers, he reads how Jews control banks.
Ins ranee companies, railroads. It makes him happy.
Gen. George S. Brown, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of
Staff, was dispensing some of this latter kind of cheer
to the students of Duke University.
THE GENERAL told the students that Jews own
the banks, newspapers, and Jewish money is everywhere.
Gen. Brown's remarks started us thinking. We had
never known before that the billionaires we read about,
Rockefeller. Getty, I irasastt, were Jews. And Astor, Van-
derbilt, Harriman, Gould may be, too. And Morgan.
J.P. Morgan wasn't ]>oor.
He once gave Carnegie a cheek for $390 million.
One check for that amount. Was Morgan a Jew?
zLjavid *j5ehwartz
Friday, December 27, 1974
Page 10-A
Gen. Brown was talking to the students of Duke
University. Duke was a multi-millionaire. We ought to
know. We helped make him rich. We used to smoke
Duke's mixture.
Maybe Duke's real name is Cohen. And that fellow
down in Texas, who owns half .if the state we can't
recall his name. And Mr. King who owns the King
ranch, is he a Jew? The King ranch is almost as largi
the whole state of Israel. The King holdings over the
world would make six Israels.
WE SINCERELY ho; e Gen. Brown is better inform-
ed on army matters. If he isn't, alas for our country.
ludice against all minorities. There is
an bit rest tig story of Cath lc reaction to prejudice. It
E< es ai k to the time when Cleveland ran against BlalM
i the Presidency,
Blalne had been Speaker of the House and long a
national figure. The eloquent Robert Ingersoll brought
his name before the Republican convention in a burst
of alliteration, calling Blaine that prince of Parliamen-
tariai
Grover Cleveland was the Democratic nominee. He
WSJ Governor Of New York but a relatively new figure
in the national scene. Three years before, few outside of
Buffalo, N.Y.. where he had been mayor knew of him
and all the signs pointed to the election of Blaine.
then ONE day. s delegation ol clergymen visited
Blaine to pledge their support. The leader In his address
to Cleveland as the candidate of -Rum. Ro-
manism and Rebellion."
That .me sentence cost Blaine the .-lection. The
( atholic v .te swung en masse to ( and he was


friday, December 27, 1974
+Jen lit Hrrintr
Pace 11-A
Planning session for the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy's
27th annual Scholarship Dinner, slated Dec. 22 at the Dmio-
|mat Hotel, brings together thsse leaders of the South's
largest Hebrew day school. From left are Rabbi and Mrs.
Mordecai Shapiro, of Beth Israel Congreaction, and Mr.
end Mrs. Samuel Reinhard. Reinhard is senior vice prnsi-
[dent of the Hebrew Academy,, which will hcr.or Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Cohen at the banguet before mere than 1,000
[persons.
71'
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IT *;
S*_ ySr.--.& :: '
Participation cf women in the Greater Miami Hebrew Acad-
emy Scholarship Dinner is mapped by these community
leaders at a planning session. From left are Mrs. Leonard
Gritz, prasident of the Academy PTA; Mrs. Lecn^rd Adler,
president of the Hebrew Academy Werner., and Mrs Alex-
ander Gross, wife cf the principal.
Simon Admits Arab Sugar
Buys Have Hiked Prices
WASHINGTON (JTA)
U.S. Treasury ret y William
1E. Simon acknoul, Iged "large
orden for sugar" have been "re-
leer.tly" placed by the Soviet
[Union an hbut riinmisnrd the "idea" that
a eons piracy exists between
them in hoard or drive up tl e
[price of sugar."
Simon, speaking a.- Chairman
<: t.;e Council on Wage and
Price Stability, t i I thi Joint
! ]., inomic Committee '>; Con-
that "we base studied
1 ese i >> chases" I y Russia and
She Arab countries, and "we can
fan '. no evidenci >: a conspiracy
fcntween them."
lit: was responding to a
air by Rep. Peter Peyser >>' .
Hl.Y.i that he had Information
'thai indicates the "Russians an I
glhe Aiai natl ins have been at-
Empting, and to son
lave le i alrea ly, to
transact a bu fl that is
< arable to the wheat deal
rr.ade a year ago in the United
State?
"This is a deliberate effort."
Peysei sai I, "to I i reate
finam la I ems i >r the :
er countries In the world and
genera;:;, lead to the economic
ii isis that many c >unti les are
facing lue to the | i ice of oil."
Peysei. the only from
an urban district on the House
Agricultural Committee, >\as
said by hi lei stand
that Russia has had a poor beei
cro| an i is buying much
more than usual in the world
market tiiat in turn affects U.S.
prices.
RUSSIA HAS bought 100.000
ton- and i- ne ;i I ating for 500,-
The A' i' was said,
are driving ices up by promis-
ing .-.. ro lucers they will
pay "any price" to obtain thi ir
increasingly lai i ; irehases.
IV. sei I that lie is contin-
uing to watch the situation and
may call on Presi lent Ford t"
take imme hate action" I
that Americans have suffi-
cient supplies.
France, U.S. Discuss Mideast,
No Statement on Viewpoint
Continued from Page I-A
ing of the other's point of view.
Pressed a- to whether France had agre d 1" the U S
of seeking step-by-step negotiations in the Mideast, Kissinger
ptj lied that "my impression is that there is no disagreement
with the step-by-step approach," if. he added, this approach can
be achieved.
IIOWKVKR. KARLIER. at the conclusion of a meeting in
Part, between Soviet Communist Party Secretary Leonid I.
Brezhnev and Giscard d'Estaing, the two Issued a joinl
murdque calling for a resumption of the Geneva peace confer-
ence on the Mideast "as soon as possible."
The communique also said that a viable peace in the re
is contingent on "the retreat of Israeli troops I terri-
occupied in 1967."


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JItc C*ntire \^Jrcjanization
'd'
C^xtcnds
Best Wishes
for a
Happy NewYear
HANLEYS RESORT
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MARATHON 33050


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Among thoss honored at Histadrut's XV
Anniversary Luncheon recently were, from
left to riqht, (seated) Mrs. Sidney R. Bolotin,
Mrs. Morris Newmark, Morris Newmark,
president of Histadrut Council of South Flor-
ida; (standing* Dr. Sol Stein, national pres-
ident of Israel Histadrut Foundation; Sidney
R. Bolotin, Hon. Amos Ganor. Deputy Consul
of Israel in New York, and Rabbi Leon
Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom, Miami
Beach.
JOSEPH ALSOP
At Our Weakest Since Korea
Continued from Page 4-A
Josef Stalin agreeo with our own
left-wing econon ists.
B) the affluence that later
came ti> Anierica, much.
>.ood i accomplished to
balance afflui ace s wid<

land
S1 tisti ally, too. despite the
(linen! unemployment figures,
e are still mu better off
we were in 1949-50.
BIT WE have n eonfidt
jely because there are now
pretty good reasons tj feai
(lire trouble for the West that
Stalin used so wrongly to
i xpect.
That deathless optimi--:. Mr.
Mil awber, kept raying in his
darkest hours, Somothin;: will
un up."' The optimists nov adays
.it p echoing Mr. Mu...
niif mu--. pray they are
But bj anj seri his i alcul
i,- ;::: n '.;p will be per-
IUS.
i : hi ihout this year, for in-
s'an'
'
ntic defi
JNallcR?! "timbre*
THIS siNC.li.AR banking
two things, it will
be fata] to Britain for the short-
term depo its to he withdrawn
x fatal, alth 11 jh
for Lhe short term dc-
posit in.
In N member, th re the
.ins that Britain
might be able to use
Arah shi rt term deposits, in cf-
iy the monthlv oil
II THAT .happens, there can
be terrible trou >.v starting In
London but ramifying tin
tl I i ted States and the West.
In Italy, again, a suanenaii n of
external payments is predict l
bj many insiders for this jpri:;^.
Meanv hi-. V S hanks, for in-
have long since loan I
man of dollars 11 Italy
fferent, seemingly prof
But if external payment
by the Bank o
length of time I
- and oth;-r loan
.I- this
naft" enough I I
l earthqu
FINAI i V. of course, th<
.i the
. rhe U S
rs and
tainty of another em-
.' a,,i breaks ".itunless
United States makes quite
clear, credibly and I i a Ivance,
that renewal of the emb
be the- signal for \
action in the Persian Gulf.
But with a
as ave 1
anv such U.S. action teems most
unlikely.
CONSIDER, then, the ee mom
c ^sequences of any on
this series "f possible and or
future development
addi I to the economic malais
i ady existing.
Anyone should see that the con-
sequences will be quite grave
b to affect the whole w trld
nee and also I i still
of the mushiness that al-
waj tempts the sl(\ iets to ;

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f Friday, December 27, 1974
.Palm Beach ATS Reception
To Honor Bermuda Governor
His Excellency Sir Edwin
Leather will be honored at a
gala reception and banquet at
the Breakers Hotel. Palm Beach.
Saturday evening, Jan. 11. at 1
p.m. This event will be held as
part of the fourth annual n
al meeting of the Soiccty. Henry
Taub. president of the Ameri ran
Technion Society, has announced.
Sir Edwin Leather is a Knight
of the Order of St. John oi i HI
salem and has been Govi rn >r and
c in C of Bermuda since 1978 A
writer for television, he "i* edu
cat "I in Canada and after .
tinguisnod war weord t d
sen-ice career, became In'
M rhe Leather Car'.' ;e < n-
; any and other siness Inter-
e ts.
The Technion-Is-
of Technology was established in
1024 and this year. c<\
50th Goldeiv Jubilee The -.-
t :te is unique in that it is
only institution of higher
i->; of thi character in the v.. I
Chinese Bar
Israelis
RELIGIOUS GOODS
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& HOUSE OF WORSHIP
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WASHINGTON CJTA)The
National Gallery of Art car,
a pre>s preview of an arc
logical exhibit spon-ore People's Republic of Chin
cause the Chine.- autfa
here refused to 1 >
Israel, Taiwan, South Ko
rea and South Afri I I
K. Re War,v Gl
: : : '
-fv ;'.' wai (.i '.
i iuse '':< Lia e >>f the
lie of China
to the ; I
assurances" could be | en th.:"
"certain foreign press rep)
t .."< v ru!d n< '
THE GALLERY, she said, was
"unable to give Ihos issui
ise to do so would have i n
ary to it; policy for
i i "
St tte Department l]
Paul Kare told rep irters I it th
Dej artment and the G
"COD i !' on th'. p;
fore it was can-
Dei irtmenl agri i |
position that it '
I -.
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brunt" of '
:
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die East, the third largest m the
I with a student body of al-
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Notabi" accomplishments in
the recent past include a major
breakthrough in water desalina-
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technique The school is the
major source of engineering and
scientific manpower for Israels
growth
For further information about
the fourth annual conference and
about the Society, contact Nor-
man Kasser at the Southern Re-
J fHfice. No 1 Lincoln Road
Bldg. Miami Beach.
Ham H. Marcuse
! Loui \\ itkin
To assure you of a
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YOU'LL NEVER SEE PRICES
THIS LOW AGAIN... HURRY IN!
SIZE SALE F.E. Tax
BR70-13 46.42 2.39
ER70-14 FR70-14 54.79 2.83
56.88 3.01
GR70-14 58.58 3.15
HR70-14 62.23 3.42
GR70-15 59.36 3.20
HR70-15 63.80 352
JR70-15 65.77 3.61
LR70-15 68.53 3.68
USED $'
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SIZE
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D73-13 BlacK
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F73-14 Black
F78-14 White
G78-14 Biack
G78-14 White
G78-15 Black
G78-15 Black
H78-15 Black
H78-15 White
SALE
17.26
19.49
18.37
20.18
19.49
21.15
22.13
23.80
22.97
24.78
23.37
25.33
24.63
26.71
F.E. Tax
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2.10
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241
2.41
2.55
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2.63
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2.82
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DR70-13
ER70-14
FR70-14
GR70-14
HR70-14
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GR70-15
HR70-15
JR70-15
LR70-15
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36.60
36.32
37.57
39.55
42.71
44.12
45.93
50.23
45.50
46.76
51.77
53.02
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3.42
353
3 64
LIMITED QUANTITIES
OUR REGULAR
SELLING PRICE
mm
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REYNOLDS POLY-BELT I PREMIUM WHITEWALLS
SIZE SALE F.E. Tax
C78-14 25.58 2.07
E78-14 28.19 2.24
E78-15 28.37 2.25
F78-14 29.48 2.41
F78-15 29.66 2.42
G78-14 30.68 2.55
G78-15 31.23 2.63
H78-14 32.28 2.77
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Page 14-A
+Jenii> rkrictian
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKE
Friday. December 27, 1974
LEGAL NOTKE
K- *- t V t- i
Jiv.l'
are
For
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADBCOUNTY
ACTION NO. 74-34918
SUIT FOR -OIA60LUTION -M
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OT
AKUEI/i LO CURTO,
Husband
and
MILDRED LO CVRTO. Wife
TO: MI1.DRED LO CURTO
Residence Unknown
You MILDRED LO CURTO.
hereby notified that a Petition
v notation ol Marriaxe hmi been tiled
axainst you. and vou are reouircd to
serve a oopv of your Answer or
Pleading to tha Petition on the Peti-
tioner'!' attorney. A. E flradtiurv. ill
N.E 46th St.. Miami. Florida an.I file
the original Answer or {'leading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit <""urt
on or before the 10th dav of January,
lfTJ If vou fail to do no. iudament
by default will be taken against vou
for the relief demanded in !he Peti-
tion for Dissolution of Marriage.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four conic Olive weeks
In THE JEWISH FUHtlDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida this 4th day of December.
A I' IW4
HH'HARP P. RRINKER. Clerk
Circuit Court. I>ade County. Florida
By: U ayala
DeDUt) Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
A. E. BRADBIRY
111 N E **th St.
Miami. Florida.
II -is-20-;t
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKEHY GIVEN that
the nnderelirned, deeirlns; to smmun
in business under ihe fictitious name
ot PENGUIN ENTERPRISES at 13*21
Kendale Lakes Drive, Miami. Florida,
intend to register Uh i-.iid name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
> anty, Florida.
MICHAEL J RAULSON
DIANNE J. RAl'L8< 'N
LE.NORE It \r I.S< >N
JOSEPH DiRARTol.oMEO
Attorney for Applicant
MM Bird Itoad
Miami. Florida 33155
Phone: 826-2276
12 13-:o-:t
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the uiKitrsiKiied. desiring to engage
in business undi : the fictitious names
of I'LTRA-SHEEK -SCBER-SHEEH
I I I 11 III8 Mil llHI Northwest
48th Street Miami. Florida 33166 in-
enils to register said names with the
"lerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
TKICOTA CORPORATInN
By: JOHN T LAN8K7
Proa HARRY ZUKERNH K
Attorney for Applicant
4^9 Lincoln Kd Miami Beach. Fl.
12/13-:0-27 1/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 74.35508
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE OF SUIT
IN RE: The Marriage of
MOPID Al-AM MALIK.
Husband,
and
NORMA RODRIGUEZ
LIMA MALIK
Wife.
TO: NORMA RODRIGUEZ
LIMA MALIK
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE hereby notified that a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
answer or pleading to said petition on
husband's attorney: Joseph J. (ier-
sten Esq.. 1050 Soring Garden koad.
Miami. Florida 33136: and file the
original anewewr or pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Cireuit Court
i>n or before the 13th dav of January.
1H75. If you fail to do yo. tudgment bv
default will be taken against you for
the relief demanded in said petition.
Dated thll loth day of December.
1WC
RICHARD P. PRINKKR
Clerk of Circuit Court
By C. P. COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
12/13-20-27 l/l
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA1.If* AND FOR I
DADE COUNTY* 1
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-35285
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARKIAGi: OF:
MARGARITA HERRERA. Petitioner
ad
ORIANDO HERRERA. Respondent.
TO: Mr. Orlando Herrera
Carrera :.l No B2188
ranoullia, Colombia ______
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed again-' I I
and vi'U are required to serve
of vour written defenses, if arc. to II
on ANTONIO .1 PINEIRO. JR. attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose addn a
101 N W 12 Avenue Miami Florida
13118; (305) 324-45SS. and file the orig-
inal with the Clerk of the above styl-
ed court on or before January 17,
171; otherwise a default will )- "i-
.er.si again-t VOU 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 FLORIDIAN
WITNESS mv hand and the seal I '
said court at Miami. Florida on this
Uh dav of December. 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER
As ("lerk. Circuit Court
Dad. County. Florida
r. B J POT
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Antonio J Pineiro. Jr Esaulre
lei N W II Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128 (334-46611
Attorney for Petll
:: 13-30-1T l 3
N THE CIRCUIT COUflTOFTHE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
>E cour
kTE Dt\
El

Hm-
1'S
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. 74-35580
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage if
RAYMOND OOELZ,
Husband.
DEBORAH REYNOLDS GOEI.Z.
Wife
To: MRS DEBORAH REYNOLDS
GOELZ
66 Navy RoadApt 111
Venice. California 981
You ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has I..... filed against you and
v. u ar< required to eeme a ropy of
your written ;f any to it
on Kwltney, Kroop & sheinbcra-. at-
tornMri for Petit oner, whose add'
is 43<> Lincoln Road. Su:te :.'..'. Miami
Bench. Florida, and file the original
with the irk of ihi above ttvled
court on or before January 17th 1876:
ntl.....( a default will be ent)
saalnst you for demanded
in the coniplaint or o. titlon.
Thi- notlo l' publiahed once
each week for four consecutive w<
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS mv |
Mid 'OUI mi. Florida n this
10th dav of 11. HT4
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Cln u I (!ourt
Dade Counts
Bv I. SNEEDEN
a- Deputy Clerk
I. 11 i i g.
KWITNEY KROOP &
SCHE1NBERG P \
420 I Suit) ".12
ml Beach. Floi
Attornevi for Petll er
l< 6 '
II 13-20-27 1 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the i nute
In bualneai under thi flctltloui I nmo
3 Malecon Si oni al ":.....
Weal enui H all al Florida,
with the
of thi Circuit < urt i i bade
Coun t
\ :T Z PERLM\N AND
HARRY B SMITH. TRUS1 EE8
< Smith Mandler Smith Parker
,-. w rner
107 I >ad Suite 7-B
Miami Beach. Floi
SMITH MANDLER SMITH.
PARKER A- u ERNER
Attorneys for ADDlicant
407 Llm oin Ri ad, Bult< 7-B
Miami Beach. Florida 33119
u 13-20-:: 1/3
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 marriage of
LESSIE <'ONWAY.
Wife.
And
LERoY CON WAY.
Husband.
You.. LEROY OONWAT. residence
unknowwn. are required to file vour
answer |m the petition for dissolution
of marriage with the Clerk of the
above Court and serve a copy than
of upon petitioner's attorney. Herman
Cohen. Esq Cc: s W 1st Street Mi-
ami. Florida. 33130. on or before Jan-
uary 10. 1975. or else petition will be
confessed.
d Dec 9. 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER.
Clerk. Circuit Court
By C P COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
|] 13-20-27 1 3
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 7435599
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MAURI ACE OF:
OONZALO PEREZ GARCIA.
Petitioner,
and
DOLORB8 PEREZ GARCIA.
! : anondenl
TO: DOLORES PEREZ GARCIA
moamento Tenedores
Moralea i Eabal
' iu.itemala
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action foi Dissolution of M
' I till 'i against you and
you arc null d....... ., opy of
to It on
ai m ii.ii i ki >S8, atton i tor i
nose addri 101 N w. 12th
nue, Miami Florid., S3128, ai l
tried ourl on or bel
1075: otl ei default l be
ered aaa nal ri u fi i thi I
p. indi d in thi ion,
e ahall be DUbllsl i i once
foi foui nnsi utivi
HE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
u ITNESI I the
.oil oui i ;.' Mian: Florida
lmli day of Deci mber r-74
RICH \RV l BRINKER
Aa Clerk I u i 'ourt
D li Com Floi l.i
I MARK IN NEW MAN
Ai I lenuly Cli
(Circuit Court Si all
.______________ 12 13-20.27 l ",
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-34(584
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Marriace < >f
MARIA TERESA MACK. Wife
and DENNIS It MACK,
Huaba nd
Tl DENNIS It MACK
i Realdence Unknown!
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
a Petition for Dissolution of ManiaM
hai been filed aarainai vou and vou
an hereby reoulred to serve a copy ot
or other i'leadinir to 'he
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the ui d< i ci,.-.i. desiring to
in business under the fi. tltloui name
of simon FRUIT SHIPPER al 4611
coiims Avenue Miami Beach. Fla.
I intends to r< i: i name
wwith the clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida
BRILL'S INC
^_________II 13-20-27 1/|
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underaljtned, deMrinjc to eneaae
In business under the'fictltiou
of DOMANI at 1960 N.E. IMrd Street
North Jiumi. Florida Mill Intends
to register said name with thi I
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
MILTON PERL MAN1001 owner
TALIANOKF BADKK. B8QS.
Attorneys for Doinuni
12/13-20-27 1/3
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAQE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-35C70
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIACE OF:
I'.c IDOLFO V ALVAREZ.
Petitioner.
and
IKIiTA OUIN ALVAREZ.
R( sp, ndenl
rO: BERTA c,i:n ALVAREZ
P nar Clento > 'atoree
Havana, Cuba
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution if Mar-
naae has been filed uralnsl \'U and
you are required ti ..\. i>\ ,f
your writ I f any to 11 on
ADOLFO KOBE, attorney for P( -
titioner. whose address is 101 N W
12th Avenue. Miami. Florida 13121
and file the original with the clerk
ot the above Styled court January 17. 197?. otherwise a default
win be entered aarainai you for the
relief demanded in the lomplainl or
Petition.
This notice shall be publiahed once
each week for four consecutive art
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS mv hand ; s..i 5th das i I I >e> mix r M4
RICHARD P BRINKER.
At 'In u t Court
I lade Coui ly, F'onda
By C P IPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circui' Courl Si
ai ILPO K< IBS, ESuI'IRE
101 N W 12th A vi nut
Miami. Fli '
Atiorncv foi Petitioner
13-JO-r 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. 7435'33
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Thi i i
FRANK LA.-' RSA
Hufcl
I INN \ c LAS' iRS V
Wife
Tl Doni C Law ra
Si Sheridai ^ve
Mt Vernoi \
on Ai: i: HI i IV -.'' IFIED
tha' l .i:
heel Died as I
you are required to pv of
ir writtei
Stanli for Pi
ner, whoi > v \v
S 7
th thi

liar) 17. 1
will be entered .
relief del nt or
on,
Tin- ill be oul
r four com
In THi: JEW ISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS m> :
m Miami, i
day of i embei I 7t
Lien aim p BRINKER
At it i k. Circuit i !oui t
I lade ounty Floi da
Bs GLORIA ELLIS
As I on- v i lerk
(Circuit Court
12/13-20-27
MARY JANE I.UOIANI
W if.-
NOTICE UNDER
N.lT^?KT7s,0.U?,KHYEClTvFVN ,h,t vlZll MA"V JAN'E WJCUIO. LABI
that KNOWN RE .7 Street
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
n'ot'iCE TO CREDITORS
To mi Creditors and All P" -' '
ir Demands A"
"ySu'kre hereby notified andINN*?*
sd u i "\'UZ, ,i!
hh vou mav have "<.:
t.ue of FRANK ARNOLD' BENTLBT
t hade
llhl. io the Circuit Judue. -I Drte
County, and f,l-
an.i as provided In Section IW.lt.
Florida Statutes, in their offices I i
the County Courthouss m Dade oun-
,v. Florida, within four lend*r
months from the time of the first
atlon hereof, or the same win
'V .;,".' Miami Florida, this lUl
dav of December. A D IJ7*.
hailACE N MABR
Al Administrator
First |iubli.atlon of this notice on
0(h da) Ol De mber, 1974.
WALLACE N MAER
Attorn, v for Esti.t- Of __
FRANK ARNOLD IIENTLEV Dec.
119 SW rath RoaA -Miami. H. Witt
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that
the undersittm l- to eiisjtttra
n bu-uii-ss und. r the Jn:tltlous i ame
of PEl'i: Kl-ViVST' 4' Av.-fce.
H leah .F**iW<*i(f fo TettlaTer m.i
, ,|,ie With thi Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dad I'ountv. Florida.
JOSE A. VEOA
II fi-1S-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tha underslaned, desirins to In
- under the fictitious name or
United Dental l.ab and ResearOa.
-i 7 Ml I.m.oln Road.
1 leach 33139 Intends to reais-
t.r said name with the C'.rk of the
c uit Court ( ""ly. Flor-
ida.
BORA B. JANJIC
Murray 7. Kiein
Attorney for AonMcant
l.old BldK Miami
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
FRANK B DOWLINO
PROBATE NO. 74-8214
In RE Estate ol
BTEPHAN SCHMIDT.
R -I .I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cred Hav-
ing Claimi or Demand! An ns! Bald
ti
You ar< hereby notified and requir-
ed to present say claims and demands
a hli h you ma] ha I the es-
tate of STEPHAN SCHMIDT de-
ceased lati of Dade county, Florida.
to tne Circuit Judges of fiade
County, and file the same In duplicate
and as provided In Section 733 It..
Florid.. Statutes, in th. r off.. eS In
the Cl u:.'\ CourtbOUM ll 1'.ob COUA-
t>. Florida. within four calendar
months from the t:me of the first
publication hereof, ol the same win
be barn d
Filed at Miami Florida, this 11th
day of D-. ember A D 1974
Hl.ltTA F SdlMIDT
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the -"th dav of December. 1974.
ARNOLD FEIN
Attorne] for Executrix
4"? Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Fla.
__________________________________12 .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
FRANK B DOWLINO
PROBATE NO. 74.8085
In RH Estate .f
in \ PERLMAN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ti All Cr< I ton si 'i UI Per i Rsv-
l. mandi ,\i;...;i-t Bald
Ei lat<
Vbu an hereb] ried ind reoutr-
, ,1 |i pr, -. :, ... .
i < vi am11 thi
Ben Pi In AKA B>
Suppi r deceased mtv,
Florida. I of |i ,de
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CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 74-35430
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF:
C'SVAI.Do LUCIANI
Husl.....d.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
I NO PROPERTVi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 74.35799
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I^ HE ":ii: MARRIAGE of
RONAl D lA\ IS. itTSBAND.
.i' i
SHLLICi DAVIS WIFE.
TO RONAl li DAVIS
r.14-'- Th
line
\v yomlns gjjoi
,""" ARE HEREBT NOTIFIED
uial an action for Dissolution ..f Mar-
has been hied aaainsi
you are required to serve a
your written di fa < ~ ir
"ii Martin Starr, attorne
Jjoner. whose address is rj Lin,
R-a. M,..,: Beach Florida 3J1J
file the rIK1,,l with the .lerk of e
above styled court on or before i,,,
LherWlMS default wIII
be entered aaalnst you for the relief
demanded in ,he complaint or DeU-
you and
a COP] ,.f
any to u
lor Beti.
..S'Uk'foVtS *WMUM -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-35508
AMENDED NOTICE OF SUIT
IN RE: The Marrlaee of
MOFID A LAM MALIK.
Husband,
NORMA RODRiaUEE
LIMA MALIK
Wife
TO: N'oRMA RDDRIODEZ
LIMA MALIK
RESIIIENCE INK -M > WN
TOD ARE HEREBY notified that a
Petition for Dissolution of Mirr .
has Bled SStalnsi you and voU
nr, required to serve a copy of your
answer or pleading to said
on hast>and'B attorney: Joseph J Qer-
Stan. BBC ior.0 Sprlns Uard. n R. ad.
Miami Florida 3.1138: and file the
oriental answer or pleading in the
offli e of the Clerk Ol the (rut
Court on "r before the ^4th day of
January 1MB If roU fall t<
Judrment by default will be taken
aaainst vou for the relief demand.
-.,:.! petition
I. .-. i ihil 18th day of De 1174
RICHARD T BRISKER
t'lerk of Cln uit Curt
Bv C l" COPELAND
. Deouty Clerk
i- ;-:: I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Th
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO 74.36465
NOTICH OF SUIT
JN RE The Mar' huts of
HELEN DYKES.
I'. titioner.
RAYMOND CRAIQ DYKES JR.
Resix ndenl
TO: RAYMOND CRAIO DTKE8 JR.
RoITE 4 IK >X II
MEN! ES COMMl'NITT
ci.LW II.I E. DEOROI V
TOI' ARi HEREBY notified that a
Petition u i Dissolution ..f Hai
has ).. filed BBalnst vou and v,u
.,. required to serve s copy ol your
ai irei r olradlnc to said p.
on Ife's atiorncv .! i i :>. .1 I:. -
st.n Bsq 1050 ai'rinir Garden R
M sml i.....la DI I snd
:..il answer or pl< the
Offll Ol IhS Clerk Of tl'.. I
Court on or before the L'tth dai f
January IMS if you fail to di
Judfment Ly default will l>>
aaaln I you 1 r the relief demandi
said petition
D.ited this isth dav of December.
RICHARD P BRINKER
lerk of Cln uit Curt
i P COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
II 20- 1 S-H

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
CASE NO 74-36481
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
I IRIS M \< DONALD.
An I'nr. mat i led W Idon.
Plali
JAMEs 1 EWIS MATNOR,
and M V I '-
:f man
is ui... and II
h< is. unk now i
mai of sucl
herwlse u
' othei
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thi
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I ii
NOT CE CF SUIT TO QUIET TITLE
LOR ||>A
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MAYN'i l:
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All oil

"i- folk V- rlbi
erty, situated In Dau< County, i
Ida:
1 :'". In l: of WIN1-
W IRD ESTA I KS BBC
rwo a< cordlnsj lo the Plat tl.....
of. us recorded in Plai Book ,v
'' P n of i pul : Re
"' I 'ade Count \ i .....la,
known as IMt \ \'. rra
n Florida
^ ou, and each of you, are
thai .. suit to um, t Title lo the si
ai -. i ibed property has been I < '
' vou and you are r.-ou
' I Si 0| of v. ui Al -nil to '
' "mplali i on the Pialntlfl
J< >SEPH c l.Alssr S W "
Avenue, Miami, l' and I -
the o rial nal In the nffl.....f th< i
of the Circuit Coui t on or IH
January 14, 175; othei rise tl i
Rations of the Co,olaint Will

Notice shall be publlahs-1 i i -
e.o h week far four cot utlve we< -
ii..n
J'ce,| ti,|s ikiIi day of December.
.
i

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BRINKER
Clerk. Cln Ull 'ourl
By: C P COPE1AND
.: i

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December 27, 1974
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Page 15-A
ftndoiv Chairing Committee
fanning Brandeis Dinner
i
Bin S Iandow. chairman of
^krc! of Kennedy and Cohen,
Hha.-t'd national retail a?-
He stores, is serving as chair-
"of the committee of leading
friends of Brandeis L'ni-
who are planning th<> din-
ncc at the Doral Hotel on-
ean in Miami Beach Satur-
Irec prominent Miami com-
ity leaders will be honored
e dinner: Ralph Levitz, a
rial vice-chairman of the
tz Furniture Corp. of Miami:
Stanley Frehling. a Miami
Ich surgeon and a regional
-chairman of the Brandeis
ows; and Leonard A. Wien.
ident and board chairman of
UStrUl United Corp of Miami
also a Brandeis Fellow.
The honorecs will each receive
university's Distinguished
immunity Service Award at the
iner. Both Dr. Frehling and
Wien are also past presidents
the Greater Miami Brandeis
lib.
Lawrence A. Wietl, a nast
lairman of the Brandeis Board
Trustees and brother of one
the honoree.s, will be the prin-
cipal speaker at the dinner.
Mr. Wien, a resident of New
York City and Palm Beach, will
cite the three as leaders "who
have, through their efforts, serv-
ed the cause of higher education
b'-cause of their interest and
commitment to Brandeis Univer-
sity ,"
Lawrence Wien is among the
univer.-itys main benefactors and
is founder of the Wien Interna-
tional Scholarship Program at
Brandeis which annuai.y brings
to the Waltham. Mass.. campus
as many as 100 outstanding
scholars from 50 foreign coun-
tries to study at the university.
He has also supported several
other academic programs at
Brandeis and has contributed to
many of the 1'niversitys capital
funds.
Mr. Wien established a nation-
al scholarship program at Colum-
bia Law School which aids ap-
proximately 15 per cent of the
f'udents there and has been iden-
tified with support of the United
Nations and th UN. Association
of the United States He is also
a maior Datron of Lincoln Center
for th Performing Arts in New-
York City and is vice-chairman
of its board.
Named to the committee plan-
ning the event were cochairmen
Dr. Maxwell Dauer. a member of
the University of Miami faculty,
and Lawrence C. Porter, partner
in the Miami law firm of Porter,
Donsky 4 Stewart.
Brandeis Trustees on the com-
mittee are Maurice M. Cohen,
Philip W. Lown, Jacob Shapiro
and Robert L. Wolfon.
Brandeis Fellows on the com-
mittee are Henry August. Murray
A. Candib, Max Coffman. Ollie A.
Cohen. William Feinberg. Samuel
Friedland. Charles Fruchtman. I.
Ely Goldstein. Abraham Good-
man, Paul R Gordon. Mark L.
Harris, Eli Jacobson. Bernard L.
anders. Mrs. Herman E. Leeks.
Herbrt J. Nickelson. Harry
Pearlman. Jay Phillips. Lewis S.
Rosentiel. Israel David Shapirj.
Donald Soffer, Ben Tobin. Benja-
min A. Trustman and Ben D.
Zevin.
Members of the Brandeis Pres-
ident's Council planning the Dec.
28 dinner-dance are Charles S.
Adler. David W. Aranow. A.
Theodore Barron. Theodore
Mr. Harry E. McGovern
3660 N.W. NORTH RIVER DRIVE
MIAMI 33142
Extends Best Wishes For A Happy
and Prosperous New Year To All
SUDDATH VAN LINES
OF FLORIDA CITY
275 NORTH CANAL DRIVE
FLORIDA CITY 33030
Extends Best Wishes For A Happy
and Prosperous New Year To All
MELVIN S. LANDOW
Baumritter, Benjamin E Fields,
Joseph E Fisher. Albert Gitlow.
Henry- Gornstein. Phillip Granoff,
Jerome Herbert. Morey Hirsch.
Mrs. Arthur Jurkowitz. James D.
Kauffman, Morris Kleinman.
Philip Kramer. Rabbi Irvn^
Lehrman, Ben Novackk. Judge
Samuel M. Rosenstein. Mrs. Sid-
ney M. Schwartz. Herman Versh-
bow and Harry Zukernick.
Other Florida friends of Bran-
deis on the committee are Sam
Blank. Ted Bodin. Mr and Mrs.
Robert H. Frehling. Mrs. Stanley
Frehling. Jack Gordon. Melvin N.
Grecnberg. Herbert S. Gruber.
Nathan S. Gumenik. Abel Holtzz,
Mr. and Mrs Mark Rolzberg. Rab-
bi Leon Kronish. Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Lapidus. Dr. and Mrs.
David Holzberg. Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish. Mr. and Mrs Morris Lapi-
dus, Dr. and Mrs. David Lehrman.
Sidney Lefcourt, Phillip A. Lev-
itz. Mrs. Ralph Levitt. Richard D.
Levy, Mrs. Morris I. Minov, Har-
ry L. Nathensen. Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur S. Pos. Arthur Pearlman.
LAWRENCE A. WIEN
Jerry Kosenl^rg. Mrs. Lewis S.
Rosenstiel. Arthur S. Rosichan,
Robert Russell, Mrs. Morton
Schwartz. Sidney M. Schwartz,
Stanley G. Tate. Carl Weinkle,
Leonard A. Wien. Jr.. Mrs.
Leonard A. Wien. Mr. and Mrs.
Mortimer E. Wien and Leonard
Winograd.
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Is on Us way to completion. We've built the main entrance,
main gatehouse, community privacy walls, shaped up lakes,

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ALL DEPOSITS ESCROWED
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'dewish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, December 27, 1974
Section B
FRESIDE\TS BALE HELD DEC. 21
Mount Sinai Medical Center
Celebrates Silver Anniversary
"It has been our privilege, as
presidents of Mount Sinai Medi-
cal Center, to carry out your
wishes and your desires to suc-
cessfully build a medical center
for our community,'* said Max
Orovitzz. one of the six honored
at the Dec. 21 Silver Anniversary
Presidents Ball. "Pleas*' accept
our heartfelt thanks for these
beautiful pieces of sculpture ami
thu outstanding honor."
Honored along with Mr.
Orovitz, one of the six honored
Mount Sinai Medical Center. J.
Gerald Lewis. Leonard L. Abess.
the late Baron dc Hirsch. Meyer.
Samuel Fried.and and the cur-
rent president. Edward Shapiro.
Welcoming the audience to the
medical center's celebration of
twenty five years of service to
the Miami Beach community was
the chairman of the Presidents
Ball Committee, L. Jules Arkin,
who was assisted by his wife,
Sandy Arkin.
"Because tonight celebrates
Mount Sinai Medical Center's
25th Anniversary it was decided
that this would be a fitting time
to pay tribute to its past presi-
dents," explained Mr. Arkin.
"The special commemorative
journal has a section derou-d to
biographical material on each of
these outstanding individuals."
Each president was honored
ami presented with a token of
esteem by Mr. Arkin. The pres-
entation was an individually
created piece of sculpture en-
titled "'The Leader," by Albert
Vrana.
"I must g*> back earlier than
25 years ago and mention a very
few of you whose dream* for
Mount Sinai began before 1949."
said Mr. Orovitz. who was repre-
senting the presidents.
"In 19W we received our of-
ficial charter Some of you who
were part of that dream are still
diking hard with us today. Per-
mit me to recognize some of you
who not only had the dream, but
L. Jules Arkm, chaiiman of the Silver Anniversary ?
dents Ball, presents a commemorative award to Max
Orovi.z. These tokens were presented to each of the past
presidents of Mount Sinai Medical Center at the Silver
Anniversary Presidents Ball Dec. 21 at the Tontaincbleau
Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shapiro and Mrs. Baron de Hirsch
Meyer at the Mount Sinai Medical Center Silver Anniver-
sary Presidents Ball. Mr. Shapiro was being honored as
the current president and Mrs. de Hirsch Meyer was ac-
cepting the award for her late husband, one of the past
presidents.
J. Gerald Lewis, one of the
presidents being honored,
dances with his wife at the
Mount Sinai Medical Cen-
dents Ball where he and
ter Silver Anniversary Presi-
dents Ball where he and five
other president wera hon-
ored.
continue today t'> lu-lp turn it
into reality."
Mr. Orovitz recognited Sam
Blank, Morn- Goi tman, Stanley
Myers, Dan Buskin, Joe Stein.
rl \\' inkle and Leonard Wien.
Dr. and Mrs Everett Stood
and Dr. and Mrs Al Libow were
nized n p: esentatives of th<
n edical stafl of the hi Hi
Bins Kossoff and !'; i committee
were also 1 for a job we '
on ttoe h i pil i first
journal
Mr. and Mrs. L. Jules Arkin,
chairman of the Mount Sinai
Medical Center Silvsr An-
niversary Presidents Ball at
the Fontaineb.aau, danc*?
to the music of Ted Mar-
tin's Orchestra.

JWY Port Schedules
'Old Timers Night'
West Miami Post \. 828 W81
to hold its annual "Old Timers
Night'' Thursday at 8:13 pm. in
Hankers Inn. R'hai Hcnda Room,
5850 S\V 8th St.
Members who have been with
the JWV for 5-10-15-20-25 years
will be given their recognition
pins. An evening of comradeship
will be highlighted with refresh-
ments provided by Willie Stien-
berg. (hot dogs, brans and all the
trimmings). All members are
urged to attend.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman Elected
National V-P of RIAL Board
Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of
Tempie Emanu-El or Miami Beach
and honorary national president
of the Synagogue Council of
America, has been elected na-
tion?! vice president of the board
of Religion in American Life.
His election was announced by
Dr George F. Harkins, pre.sid -nt
of RIAL and secretary of the
Lutheran Church in America.
Other vice presidents of RIAL
are Bishop James S. RaUSch, gen-
eral secretary of the U.S. Catho-
lic Conference, and Bishop Silas
of the Greek Orthodox Archi-
dioeese of North and South
America.
Religion in American Life this
year is celebrating its 25th anni-
versary' nd has 43 national re-
lH|->us groups participa-'ing in
its programs, ncordinn to Rev.
David W. Gockley. executive vice
president of RIAL.
RIAL was founded in Novem-
ber. 1949, growing out of a uni-
fied approach to religious stew-
ardship known as the United
Chur< 'i Canvass. The Canvass be-
gan using mass media advertis-
ing on a local basis in 1943. and
obtained the volunteer services
of the world's then largest ad-
vertising agency, J. Walter
Thompson, to create its first na-
tional campaign materials.
As RIAL took over the Can-
vass functions, the Advertising
Council agreed to adopt a na-
tional campaign to promote wor-
ship attendance as a means to
increase contributions to local
churches and synagogues.
Today, a S27 million national
advertising campaign is con-
ducted by RIAL with such mos-
AIM Hftti LlHfMAH
sages as TVxt knows, you
should practice what you pray,"
and "Start treating your broth-
ers and aisters like brothers and
SISt*.~
Dr. Lehrman noted that when
th country firt awoke to the
shock of current .scandals in gov-
ernment and business, RIAL had
ready for the nation's media a
campaign on individual and cor-
porate morality.
During an era of high crime
and international terrorism, the
rabbi points out. RIAL'S adver-
tising is offering the public a
message about the religious alter-
natives to violence.
At a time when major religious
groups are renewing a call to
their memberships about the
need for social and economic jus-
tice, RIAL has prr Tared its next
campaign on that theme.
Burnett Roth of Miami Beach, a trustee of the B'nai B'rith
Foundation and vice chairman cf B'nai B'rith's Anti-Defa-
mation League, met former Israeli Prime Minister Geld a
Meir at a reception during B'nai B'rith's international C
venticn in Israel. Some 1,000 delegates and gu m IS
countries attended the 10-day assembly. Mrs. Meir, Prime
Minister Yitzhak Rabin and ether high-ranking Israeli offi-
cials addressed the convention sessions.
.Syrian, Lebanese
Troops On Alert
Syria's and Lebanon's armed forces were r put
on maximum alert Mondaj against anj possibility that
might attack during a Moslem holiday coinciding with Christ
One Beirut new paper said all l< iv for Syrian civil servant?
as well as military personnel has been canceled and
patrols increased. It said the measures, which include.! layin I i
emergency provisions of foodstuffs in government warehouses,
were taken when Syria received information that Israel n
launch a big aggression on Syrian territories during the hoU la; -
Another Beirut newspaper said Lebanese forces near the
Israeli border also went on alert because of reports that Israel
might launch a naval attack aimed at Palestinian refugee camps.
It spoke of intensified movement of Israeli warships accompanied
by helicopters.

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Friday, December 27, Ifft
Religious Services
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 7th Awe. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree
Or. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
ANSHE EMES. MM SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
2
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Stern.
2
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H.
Cantor Meyer Enoel.
BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert M. Baumaard. Associate Rabbi
Barry Altman. 3
aTriaa). h :: ;. in Horn
let c. students. Including
As* the EUl I i
Mrs I LSMtucard will b* at home to
Saturday from *
KNESETH ISRAEL. H15 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self. 27
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Raool Mayer Abram-
owita. Cantor Nico FelOman. 28
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William Lipson. 4-A
Batui yam. Bar M
i son of Mr and Mr* Hyi
Florence I'ayeh."
NER TAMID (Temole). 79th St. d
Carlyle Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Euoene Laboviti. Cantor Edward
Klein. 29
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OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas A. Weber,
man. 30
BETH DAVID SOUTH. 7500 SW
i;cth St. Conservative. Rabbi Sol
Landau. Cantor William Lipson. 4-B
RUSn: ^ew^i !n*p. CONGREGAT.ON .ETZ CHAIM. 1542
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
I tin- i;..! thaI Pa d.
44 Washington Ave.
32
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Leon Segal. Rev. Alex
Stall. Rev. Mendel Gutterman. 6
I | p m Si rv fl !''"ur
Earn i me Be.
bv ? /
and Mrs Irw wits, markin
bis elevatlcu W i -1 li ful M
the Masonic 1 dari

EETH TOV .'emple). 6438 SW Pth
St Conservative. Rabbi Charles Ru-
bel. 8
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th St. Causeway.
North Bay Village. Conservative.
Cantor Murray Yavneh 32-A
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARD
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Mordecai Chaimo-
vita. 32-B
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temole). 1025
NE. Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Cantor Ian Alpern. 33
j ,, 8ern Planned AGUOATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
I:-c Shab- Relig.ous Community Center. 19256
NE 3rd Ave. Orthodox.
33-A
1
B'NAI ISRAEL "AND GREATER BETH TORAH. '051 N. Miami Beach
MIAMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE. 9600
Sunset Dr.ve. Orthodox. Rabbi Ralph
G.ixman. 8-A
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson.
34
_ CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 N#V 183rd St.
OF KENDALE LAKES. SW 107th
Ave at Kendall Dr. Rabbi Maxwell
Berger. 9
Conservative. Rabbi Victor D. Zwel-
ina. Canter Jack Lerner. 36
Kni!..\ I m. Sermon '"Chalm WVls-
nunA Pi Among Jews anil a
ISRAEL (Templei OF GREATER j. w- Amona: Trlnoes."
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. -----------.-----------
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. 10 SINAI (Temple) OF NORTH DADE.
Friday, v i m. Sermoi "What Am
: i i Ftal Ban
i k Sen prai d< d > i Ira-
18801 NE 2?nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kmgsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes.
Una*' for i and iu-.r Friday. v'5 nm. Bsraon: "I Hate
Belnc Bvanjtellied.' Saturday, 10:80
a----------- nm Bar Mirzvah of Steven son of
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th jIr ;lI1j Mrs Lawrence PriBMk
St. Conservative. Rabbi Solomon #
Wa.0enb.rg. Cantor Nathan Parnass SKY LAKe SYNAGOGUE 19151 NE
_ .. _,,-. ;; 1th Avs. Orthodox. Rabbi Drv
Frldaj I'm and l:lt t> m Hat n;iiiiek sa
i f MichaUe. daughter if Mr. ansBssaas, _______ _______ *<
lira AlUri A.iin Saturday. ?.'; YOUNO ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml. Ollf i/7rf> VVIt'll'if IP S"
am. lacaaoat: Ports af the Wrk AMI. WO NE 171st St. Orthodox. v/HloICIC I fCItII*ro
The appointment of Rabbi
Milton H. Polin of Kings-
way Jewish Center, Brook-
lyn, N.Y., as chairman of
the Religious Convocation
which will meet Monday.
Jan. 20 to Wednesday, Jan.
22 in Washington, DC, has
been announced by Rabbi
Fabian Schonfeld, president
of the Rabbinical Council
of America, over 500 spirit-
ual leaders from every part
of the United States and
Canada are expected to
participate. The theme of
the Religious Convocation
is "Israel's Isolation-Its Im-
pact Upon American Jew-
ry"_______________,________.
Republic Bank
To Increase Its
Rabbi Zev Leff.
COtMl CAMS
39
OR OLOM (Temple) 87SS SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi David M.
Baron. Cants- Stanley Rich. 13 -----------o-----------
> k*> I a.m.. flasaana: -1?S Anoth- JUDEA (Tamata). 5550 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Michael B. Eisen-
stat. Cantor Rita Shore. 40
Friday. 8-16 P m (vrtece Sahbath
TEMPLE ISRAEL-SOUTH (Formerly Bpaotel Creative Torah Service, fol-
Beth Tikva) 9025 Sunset Dr. Reform, lowed by Ones? Shabbat reception.
*r Tear, Another Challenge." "Ask
II. h..bbi" Icrum follow .
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
13-A
TIFERETH ISRAEL (Temple). 6500
N. Miami Avs. Conservative. Cantor
Seymour Minkes.
i-'.uurday. I a m Bar Mittvah of
Peter bob af Mr. and Mrs. A. Hartig.
Ivan fi-ll>.i*- ser ii as
ZION (Temole). 8000 Miller Rd. Con.
servativs. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol HeKman. 1S
I- I It pm. Couasra Hi>nn-m-
jr*g Sabbath Sermon: What Art- the
. puses Tod
Mittval i '
I am --:id Mra Si i -
BBS. : A
een .- -
, IV i
HIALIAH
TIFERETH JACCB Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Csrservative. Rabbi
Natr-an Zolondek. 15
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOS-E CONGREGATION.
-";:; NE T'st St Canaarvat ve.
Rabbi Joseph Gor'nkel. Cantor
Yer uda E n, | 35
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Avs.
Coaservativs. Rabbi Maurice Klein.
41
Friday. 8 16 pm. Sermon: "Hoes the
End Justify the Means-' Saturdsev.
v '. am.. Kevlew of Weekly Bible
Lesson.
a .
MM
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9348 Harding Avs. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. 50
FOffT LAUDlKDAll
BETH ISRAEL ,Temple>. 7100 W.
Oak'and Park Blvd Rabbi Philip A
Labowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU-EL. 3243 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. Reform. 3501 Univer.
sity Dr. Rabbi Max Weiti. 44
MIAMI BEACH
AGLDATH ISRAEL. 'SC* Carlvle Ave.
Ortnodox. Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever. 17
BETH EL.
Orf-odOX.
2400 Pins Tree
Dr.
S
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
RabCi Mcrdecai Shapiro. 18
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rsbbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temole). 14 Jef-
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rsbbi
Elliot Winograd. Cantor Saul Brseh.
20
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Canter David Cenvieer. 21
y~ p.u Bartnoii: "If Jewa
\\ \ ii. F> r Thi maahraa. wtm
VI Be P r T!,m" Saturday. 19:45
a m
TEMPLT BETH SOLOMON. 1031
Lincoln Rd. Msdern Coaaorvativ*.
Rabbi David Raab. Cantor Morde-
cai Yardeim. 21-A
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 9'00
NW 57th St. Conservative. Pabbi
M.lton J Grc< 44.A
P0MP4M0 BIACH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 6131
NW 9th St. 44.B
SHOLOM (Templei. 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative Ratbi Morns A. Skop.
Cantor Yaacov Renrer. 49
HAUANDAlt
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
Conservative 416 NE 8th Ave. Rabbi
Harry E. Schwartz. Cantor Jacob
Danziger. 12
>>. 8 i" m Obasrvancs of the
i""th snnlveraary of th.- i>i-iti of i>r
I'ha.m Weizman I.Bra*-l> first Dr^.i-
dt-r.t Saturday. 1:45 am. ripture
laaaon >A the week.
nourwooo
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S. 14th Avs.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe Assist.
ant Rabbi Harvey M. Rosenfeld 45
Frnlay. S:15 pm 0'll-a> Hirmn-im-
Inar Sabbath Student Psnrl Dlacwaaiasi
on "Values and Ufaatylaa on <"am-
UU Saturday. 11 am.. B'nal lilts-
vah of David, son of Mr. and Mrs
Stanl*) iTiartoff. and Ri, h.inl. sun of
Mr and Mrs. Robert Epstein.
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 4401 Ar-
thur St Csnservstive Rsbbi Morten
MaUvsky. Cantor Irving GoM. 46
BETH TFILAH.
Orthodox.
935 Euclid
Ava.
22
BETH YOSCPH CHAIM CONGRE-
GATION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22 A
B'NAI ZION (Temple). 20-17th St.,
Mami Beach. Rabbi Dr. Abraham
I. Jacobaon 22-B
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaifl. M
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION 7*5 Washington Ave.
Rsbbi Meir Masliah Melamsd. 23 A
EMANU-EL (Temple'. 1701 Washing-
ton Ava. Conservative. Rabbi Irvina
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
SINAI (Temole). 1M1 Johnson St.
Conservative Rabbi David Shapiro.
Associate Rabbi Chaim S. Listfield.
Pajday, ; p m i>aturdav. JP a.m.
TEMPLE BETH AHM. Conservetiva
310 SW 62nd Ave Hollywood. Rebbi
David Roscnfield. 47.B
------a
TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal) 61*1 Sher-
idan St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Robert
Frssin. 47-C
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YOUNO ISRAEL of HOLLYWOOD
tOrthodox). M91 StiHing Rd. S3
MIMAMAM
ISRAEL (Temple) 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative Rabbi Avrsm Drazm.
Cantor Abraham Kester. 48
HomsrtAB
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER.
1M NE 8th St- Conservative. 61
Republic National Bank of
Miami, which will celebrate its
10th anniversary in 1975. has
plans on the drawing board to
increase its parking and drive-
in facilities.
The bank, located at 10 NW
LeJeune Road, has acquired
property directly north of the
bank for several hundred addi-
tional parking spaces.
In addition. 1975 expansion
plans include the construction of
additional froe-stamiing drive-in
facilities, plus additional park-
ing spaces between NW 2nd and
3rd Streets on 1-eJeune
TWi property h on the east tide
of LeJeune Road, across the
street from the banks head-
quarters.
A: Mi lea Sastre, Ri I -
presi 11 U t that the
lion n! the parking
north of the bank us earmarked
fur an early 1975 compli
and said he was hopeful that
the drive-in faciliti.N could be in
operation later in the year.
The proposed expansions fol-
low on the heels of the comple-
tion in 1974 of the new three-
story addition to the bank an
expansion which nearly doubled
the original facility.
Republic National Bank is
currently the largest independ-
ent bank in Dade County by
comparable financial assets, and
ranks eighth largest of Dade's
83 banks. The seven banks with
greater dollar deposits are all
part of banking groups.
Republic National Bank was
originally chartered in 1965, and
opened its doors with a capitali-
zation of $625,000. The bank's
a&sets by November 1974 had
reached upwards of $120 million.
*
CAMDLELIGHTING TIME 13 TEVETH 6:57
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??QuizBox??

By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
(C) Jewish Telegraph.c Aoency. Inc.
Why do many Jews tradi-
tionally eat "Utkes" on
rhanukah?
Generally speaking, special
davs and occasions usually were
marked bv special foods. This
may have especially b.*n true
of Chanukah, which is the only
holiday of importance not to be
observed vvith a full meal or
feast in its honor as are other
holidays.
Some say this is so because
the spiritual survival of the peo-
ple was at stake in the dramatic
episode behind Chanukah and
therefore, the observance should
be mainly sp.ntual and not
physical. Nevertheless, some
semblance of fea^Ung seemed to
havo developed, and so at least
some special delicacy like latkes
are eaten on Chanukah.
Some explain -Jie meaning of
the latkes by saying that it is
symbolic of the heroic women of
Israel who rushed warm food to
the fighting men in battle. Since
latkes do not take much time to
prepare, some sort of latkes may
have been served Others say the
latkes commemorate the bravery
of a Jewish heroine who fed a
tyrant cheese or cheese latkes to
make him thirsty, whereupon she
gave him enough wine to intoxi-
cate him. after which she be-
headed him.
There are others who claim
that the significance of the latkes
is the fact that they are fried in
oil. It is the oil that reminds us
of the miracle of oil in the sanc-
tuary of old during the days of
the Maccabees, which is the main
event commemorated by the
holiday.
Why is a Menerah asesf in
the observance cf the Chan-
ukah holiday?
The main event of the histor-
ical background of Chanukah was
considered by the rabbis to have
been the miracle of the oil which
was used to kindle the Menorah
of old when a supply which was
only ample for one day lasted
eight days. Basically, one lamp
each day is the minimum require-
ment for each iiome. However,
ground was left for those who
would embellish their observance
to light a progressive number
of lamps i from one to eight) on
succeeding nishts of the festival
On this basis, instead of hav-
ing eight separate lamps. Men-
orahl of iers i plus one
for the Shamash) were d
oped, It is also quite likely that
the use Of the Menorah on I
ukah runemorate the Holy
Menorah that tx
lit in the holy Temple of Jeru-
salem.
This nras tspjswiiallf so since
Titus used the Menorah as a
symbol of the defeat of the Jews
by having it represented on his
famous Arch of Titus at a later
period. Jews, therefore, became
imbued with the idea of showing
and using the Menorah symbol
on Chanukah to indicate that
Judaism still lives and is far from
being extinct.
Why does Jewish tradition
forbid ratine an> thtmg before)
the recitation of the saorain<
prayers?
Man's first duty upon risinj is
to acknowledge his debt to the
Almighty and to recognize his
status in the universe. These are
accomplished through the med-
ium of prayer.
The rabbis interpret a verse in
the Bible which says Thou shall
not eat on blood" (Leviticus 18:-
26) to mean 'you shall not eat
before you pray for your blood"
IBerakot 10b) Since blood has
been equated with the soul of
man. this verse is taken to mean
that man must first pray for his
soul before attending to his bodi-
ly need for food.
In general, this would indicate
Uie priority of tbe soul over the
body. This also indicates the dif-
ference between man anj ajj
mals.
The Kabbalah, as ex;>:
the Zohar, claims t
one's sleep at nigh'
leaves his body and
in the morning. Prayer
morning distribute^ th
throughout the body !
fore prayer would pi
soul from fully penetratii
body. Thus, man would t
ins the extent >>f his soul
he eat before prayer
Some claim that the prayers
set the proper atnotioi
ment for the body to pi
consume its food In recent
we have become more aware of
the noe-J for the proper emotion-
al status in consuming an
gesting food.
Why is it customary in p-jt
on the talis before pulling
on the tefillin?
Seme claim that this eon -.
der the general rule of
preference to something wl
used more often over
which is used less often \
is worn every day. but
are not worn on the Sabbath ud
on mavor holidays, i Bach Tur
Orach Chayyun 8).
Others claim that one oWnes
commandments in an aaa
order The tallith wraps man in
mit/voth < God's command:'-lentiI,
The tefillin "bind" man to holi-
DflsaV
Binding one's self is .i rtep
higher than wrapping om
The bonds of holiness be
tighter and closer thr
act. Hence, the talil
before the tefillin. (Shulchan
Aruch. Orach Chayyim 25:1).
What is the "Kabbalah?"
In its wider context the term
"Kabbalah'' is used to represent
the general body of mystical
literature of the Jewish people.
In this context this body of liter-
ature can run all the way back
to Biblical literature and all the
way forward to current Hasidie
lore. In a narrower sense, some
confine this to the medieval and
post-medieval mystic traditions.
There are a number of explana-1
Uons for the meaning of the word
"Kabbalah." One is that the word
means "tradition." This would
imply that these mystic teachings
were handed down by tradition
from generation to generatioa
and that they are. like ill tradi-
tion, a true Interpret
:i thinking in the: :
.ilar eOBl
The samo word "K '
Can slao mean ":i
Acre known
mystics were
wh > '' "i- "accented befoi
(IHoibal
Hashemi This would
indie te that <
- :. 1- thi'insehes
that others felt them to be, ac-
cepted as part of an inn-
of esoteric thinkers.
The general idea is that this
phase of Jewish literature pre
sents another and even a Mpecul
dimension of life and truth u
viewed by the Jewish mystics. In
Jewish thinking, the truth hai
many levels and the scriptures
have many phases.
Apparently there is room with-
in Jewish thinking for many ap-
proaches to the truth. This iJ
possible because Judaism il ba-
sically a practical religion and>
manifests itself in its many prac-
tices constituting a total way of
life.
Thus, in the realm of thought.
there is some degree of latitude
as to which perspective one era-
ploys to search out and discover
the truth
Book Review Tuesday
Mrs Sara Helfand will present
a review ot" the book "Gamef
People Play" by Dr. Eric Berne
Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. in the South
Shore Community Center. 833
8th St. Miami Beach, accord.nj
to Ryan Levy, director. The P"*
lie is invited.

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Temple Emanu-El Sponsoring JCC After-School
Intensive Adult Education
i i
Activities Set
An intensive Adult Education
Program for 1975. sponsored by
Temple Emanu El of Miami
Beach, was announced this week
by Judge Herbert S. Shapiro,
' {president of the consrejntion,
and Judge Frederick X. Harad.
chairman of the Board of Educa-
tion of Temple Emanu El.
The program is a highlight of
the synagogue's celebration of
it- 5th anniversary, marking its
growth to the largest congrega-
tion in Miami Beach.
Features include an Adult
Institute of Jewish Studies, a Tal-
mud Study Group, a Torah and
Haftonh Chanting Chi<<. Home
Study Circles, Torah Luncheon
Club. Sabbath Bible ChUS, "Liv-
ing Jawiafcly" classes and the
Sunday Morning Breakfast Forum
series.
The Adult Institute of Jewish
Studies, for both men and wom-
en, will be held Tuesday morn-
ings from Jan 7 through March
25 All classes will be hold in the
main school building adjacent to
the sanctuary, 1701 Washington
Ave.
Courses from P:30 to 11 a.m.
will include Beginners Hebrew.
Intermediate Hebrew and Ad-
vanced Hebrew and Conversa-
tion.
Dr. Joseph Diamond. Hebrew
consultant to the I.ehrman Day
School, will instruct an 11 a.m.
to noon class in Classical Com-
mentaries on the Bible. This
course will explore the literature
on Biblical interpretation drawn
from Talmudic. Midrashic. me-
dieval and modern Jewish
sources.
The Sunday Morning Breakfast
Forum series, sponsored by the
Temp'.e Emanu El Men's Club,
continues Jan. 5 in the Fried-
land Ballroom with a talk by Dr.
Trade Weiss-Rosmarin. editor of
The Jewish Spectator.
Sen. Lloyd Bentsen of Texas.
one of the frontrunners for the
fifftfl Democratic Presidential
i' nomination, will speak Feb. 0 at
a national celebration of his 54th
b Ebday to be held at the Miami
Beach coi lion.
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Isaiah M. Adler. A Sabbath Bible
Class meets before Mincha sen-
ice on Saturday afternoons under
the leadership of Rabbi Ralph
Car mi.
Dr. Irving Lehrman leads the
class for the popular Torah
Luncheon Club, now in its 19th
year, which meets on alternate
Tuesdays at 12:15 p.m. at the
Shelborne Hotel. Abraham Grun-
hut is chairman of the club. Dr.
Lehrman utilizes both texts and
commentaries in leading the in-
tensive Torah discussions.
Lucille Blackton, well known
singer who is teamed with
her husband, Cantor Henry
Avrum Le Clair of Temple
Beth Am in an act called
"The Singing Ambassa-
dors," received a rsplica of
the Oscar as a trophy Oct.
31, when she became the
recipient of the first S.A.G.A.
Award as Best Actress for
1974. Members of the Screen
Actors' Guild voted to give
her the award for her
Binaca Spray commercial,
in which she appears as
the Binaca Opera Singer.
The Jewish Community Centers
of South Florida will be holding
aitcr-school activities for pre-
school through Wl grade chil-
dren at the K i- I nkes Exten
sion Service in ti. Barn,"
Kendale Lakes Counti.. Club,
6401 Kendale Lakes Dr., begin
ning the week of Jan. 20.
Registration is now taking
place for the variety of classes
and programs offered and forms
and information may be obtain-
ed by calling the JCC office.
Programs offered are arts and
crafts, bymnastics. beginning
ceramics, dance and movement,
sports and games, cooking, yoga,
karate, beginning drawing and
painting.
All activities are ope nto non-
members as well as JCC mem-
bers.
New Year's Eve
Dance For Teens
Temple Emanu El of Miami.
Reach will host a New Year's,
Eve dance for teenagers at 8:30
p.m.. Tuesday. Dec. 31. in the
Friedland Ballroom of the Miami
Beach congregation, 1701 Wash-
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The Senior t'nited Synagogue
Youth of Temple Emanu-El is I
sponsoring the gala event, which j
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Aryeh Rockach. youth director
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invited t<> participate in the gala
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Friday. December 27, 1974
MRS. SAM ROSIN
MRS. NORMAN UPOTf
Federation Women s Division
Hosts Annual Campaign Clinic
With their 1975 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund effort now under way. the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
W< men's Division hosted its an
nual Campaign Clinic last week.
Nearly 100 active campaigners
gathered at the Federation for a
lull day of discussion, planning
and training for their personal
in the current CJA-IEF,
C invening the day was Wom-
en's Division Worker Training
man Mrs Sam Rosen of
South Miami.
Mis. Rosen, who led the prep-
n of the day's contents,
fir: introduced WTVJ Vice
Presidenl for News Ralph Renick
to open the program. Renick
.ited an interesting view of
his 26 years as Miami's foremost
pvenin" news anchorman and bis
wide experiences with Israel and
the Jewish community.
Women's Division education
vice president Mrs Norman I.ip-
off of South Miami later exj Gain-
ed the purposes for the educa-
tional experience before the
large group reconvened m small-
er training workshops.
The object of the annual Cam-
paign Clinic is the expansion of
kn Hrledge of CJA-IEF's lif
ing work among campaigners.
The women, who are now begin
ning their l'T3 campaign work,
also briefed each other on pest
years' experience and the tools
necessary for success in 1975
during which the women's i
is being headed by I
Vice President Mrs. Sol Gold
stein.
For information on the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Bmer
gency Fund and upcoming
port unities for personal
cioation. phone the Federation
Women's Division
Rabbi Albert Mayerfeld, (left) principal of Hillel Commu-
nity Cay School is pictured with Dr. Chaim Chamiel,
Jerusalem head of the Department of Torch Education in
the Golah, Mrs. Chamiel, and Chaim Groenstein. New
York head of the Torah Education Department cf the
World Zionist Organization during their visit to Hillel
Community Day School. The Israel educators visited
classes, met with teachers, reviewed curricular objectives
and achievements, and invited Rabbi Mayerfeld to par-
ticipate in the seminar for American Jewish educators.
Pinski Club Oneg Shabbos
The "Ones Shabbos" of the
David Pin-ki Club Friday at 7:30
p.m. is scheduled in the Mezza-
nine of the Algiers Hotel, with
L. Laavin, author and lecturer,
speaking about the Great Jewish
poet. Yehoash, commemorating a
century after his birth: Hi'.da
Zucker. folk singer, and Paul
Yanovsky mandolinist entertain-
leg Th public is invited.
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Mrs. Ray Berman
Attending: 1-Day
NAT.? Conference
Mrs, Ray Berman, edu
director ol '
Cor..i Rah s
Union of American Hi v Con
ations in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The -1 day conf nee will in-
irate the ,; anniver-
sary year of the Hebrew I'nion
College-Jewish Institution ui Re-
ligion, the oldest rabbinic semi-
nary in the world.
The NA !'!: c mfi rence, w
theme Is "Meeting the Realities
of Reform Education." will fea-
ture workshops >n innovations in
Jewish education centered pri-
marily on evaluating teaching
techniques, teacher competency,
values clarification, the teacher
a< facilitator, and how to deepen
the sense of Fewithness in the
religious school.
Stud} sessions will include Is-
rael and the Diaspora, the Book
of Ecclesiaste3, \ m ri an-Jewish
Fiction, and problems in Jewish
identity.
Among the speakers for the
conference ir D Vlfred 'lott-
chalk, president. HUC-JIR, and
Rabbi Sylvan s man, Pro-
fessor of lew :
tion. HUC-JIR
Haiel's Principal Attending
Winter Semkwr In Jerusalem
buti Shaah im, V, nival \ ..
\,j";.': \:\VZ Phevut Gold College. Yef< .
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School, left for Israel Mond
attend the Jcrusal I icatan
Winter Semi lar, d by
| T. ; i Edu ti n D
, \. i Zionisl
and the Educators I
oi Ami i ica .
will begin wHh
prayer services at the K
i Yad V i
i ,. II lec-
ture on r a h U* 'I "W
li |o) ;;:-: Meat ingfully."
The Administrator of Yad
..,:,. q it lions ol
our youth c ncerning the holo-
caust and the responses they re-
ceive.
Joseph Goldsotanidt of the "
,,,: >f I .ra* and Culture
v, .1 conduct several sessions on
the teaching of the History of
Israel r rtdot Yisrael).
Participants in the seminar
mil visH many schools l
school usi: arftl include dialogue
with the principal and attendance
iit tw i sample lessons demon-
strating varying technical and
philo approaches.
Sen .. s to Waited Im lude
Tichon Maal h, Kuolina DeR rths-
chihl. Dugma, Tichon Himmel-
Chorev, Hameiri. Nocham,
\- |, \ Kib-
ii h A' tamai, Neth VI
Ba il Shem i
Between visits to th
standing Institutions.
will be given on "The St
ika \t rhe F
Educational it i rdi In
Teaching of Talmud,'
ham Ron. "Ti i
bj Nechama L dbowiti an
Problems of ADsostni
Jews''
One day has been set a
a Tlyul on the theme of
Footsteps of King Saul and Km
David The department ha
made arrangem inta to m
interview candidates foi
ti.ms as exchange teach
The seminar will conclud. ',
a farewell progr MB toll
i arture from Israel Jan 6.
REUNION If you
from Miami Beach High 1
in 1994, it's reunion time The
10-year reunion has been I
uled for 8 p.m Sunday. I- 23
at th Sonest i B Mh H
Key Biscayne. if you I
been contact .! by the
cornm I Richard R
Phillip Shenkman for in:
con and keu
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Friday, December 27, 1974
H
JVIyra Farr Presents Honorary XCJW
Life Membership To Mrs. Katzir
Myra Farr, a vi< tnt of
the N'ati i :
by Israel's P
Katzizr and h
til the Pn
in Jerusi d during S
ait Conference in
Isra< i.
The Summit Conference, at-
i bj ljf Council worn
I rship from
- the United States and
their husbands, c< I on
ngs with Israeli government
ils an,l educators on the
subject of current social prob-
.'.nd first hand observations
of Council projects throughout
Israel.
In addressing Mrs. Farr and
the other Summit delegates.
President Katzir said. "The 27-
year history of Council's commit-
ment to Israel has been a re-
warding one. in which many Is-
raeli children have been helped
to learn and to grow. I am very-
gratified lo see that Council is
once more dedicating itself to a
r. generation of Israelis to
help them in meeting the chal-
l< ages of the future."
In recognition of Mrs Katzir's
work in ed Mrs. Farr pre-
: her with an honorary life
ship in National Council
of Jewish w, -
Mrs Katzir -.1 d. "I hope I can
to this distinction by con-
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time when Israel cut
b
thii s, like love and
.......
Mr s. 1 I
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A Summit high-
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Council's role in
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cat on.
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i hus nd Aaron
the Greater M
S : NCJW, CO
"The 1 I this C
ence 1
bj NCJW in 1963. is an
arch center d<
to dei
rial methods,

their lion into Israel's
Thr i of the Re-

rman Leh
Wing, I ew rsohn
I
eeren onies. The Re
h Institute is housed in the
: oi Education in the new
is complex built on Mt.
Scopus.
Mrs. Farr. who was accom-
any trip 1 know of so many
aspects of Israel came to life for
me and at this point I've
become even more aware of my
responsibilities to Israel both as
a Jew and as a woman."
Other Summit delegates from
iter Miami Section wen
Mimi and Marvin
Klei 1 and Jack K
; robias Rosow and
. Arthui
of education, I
with programs for so< lal
and community service bi th at
and a 1 have teen a
In NCJW since its
founding in 1893. The II
member mien's organization
, in mor 1 than 200 com-
munities throughout the United
Statev Current priorities include
protection of Constitutional
Rights, juvenile justice, and
strengthening the quality of
Jewish life.
Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach To
Present Concert Saturday
Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach. folk-
singer and raconteur, will per-
form in concert at Temple Beth
Israel Saturday night, Miss Deh-
bi de Beer, president of the
Senior CSV chapter, announced.
Rabbi Carlebacfi has performed
world-wide to audiences of all
ages. His repertoire combines
English, Hebrew and Yiddish
Much of his
mus c has the Hasi lie
which rten brought the label
of "soul-singer.'
The mance will S
with tl Ha 1
which con-
Sabbath, It is a -
time when man ts to
hold o-it,) the beauty and rest

|i oka excitedly at the new
week ahead. Shi ''no will inter-
theme in his
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Director of Youth Activities at
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Al Lang is chairman of the Youth
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Panovs Honored Guests at Two
f Events Opening '75 Campaign
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Valery and Galina Panov, the
Russian ballet stars whose two-
year to i ate to Is-
i gained international atten-
i visited Miami la-t week to
appear on behalf of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's 1975
i lined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund.
Hosting a reception for the
Par.ovs were Mr. and Mrs. Isidore
Hccht of Miami Beach, whose
guests included Pacesetters of
the CJA-TEF. Mr. and Mrs. Hecht.
well known leaders of Miami's
] h community, invited more
than 100 community leaders to
their home, where 1973 CJA-IEF
chairman L, Jules Arkin intro-
du'"(l the distinguished guests.
"The Panovs are here with us
t' :n ht," Btld Mr. Arkin. "to
serve as symbols of the hundreds
of thousands of Soviet Jews v. ho
are not free. Just as efforts by
pee>le Ilk- ourselves helped
Valery and C.alina become free
na ol Israt 1. our efforts can
help save other Jews who are
still trapped. Without our help,
thej may remain trapped for the
rest of their live- "
Mr. Arkin referred to the life-
ig v iik of CJA-IEF, funds
' m to help
I-racl abs irb newe m rs in< I id-
in estimated 50.000 from the
Soviet 1 in in 1975 In addi-
t i 1 \ iff the pro-
. f more than 2> local so-
cial well i
inal agenei -. and overseas
humanitar in work like that of
I- 1's Jewish Agei as well as
the Amei i an lewis h >in1 Dis-
tribution Committee in more
than thirty nations
The Panovs visit beginning
with their persona] appearance
at the Hccht home, ins
endous individual en:1 mt-
ments to the 197=5 cam
Am ng the guests gri I
VAllKV AND GAUNA PANOV
Panovs at the reception were
Federation President and Mrs.
Harry B. Smith, Women's Divi-
sion president. (
"The Panovs explained to us
that they are not ; s, but
they know thn" the worst danger
for Jews in Russia is to remain
silent." Mr. Smith said later.
feel that if it weren't for
th" constant pr tests of their fel-
Jews in the West, and the
help th it they are given by Jew-
ish organ zations like the Fed-
eration, th y might not be alive
today. They certainly would not
be free citizens of Israel... and
for artists like Valery and Galina
Panov, life without freedom is
worth very little."
Another major 1975 CJA-IEF
event was hosted Saturday eve
nin>: by Mr. and Mrs. Stewart
Mirmelli at their South Miami
home Mr. Mirmelli is president
Of the GMJF Young Adults Divi-
sion, and the event was the first
official campaign function since
the Division's formation.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith were ac-
companied as special guests by
Valery and Galina Panov. whose
presence inspired very moving
and meaningful responses to the
needs in 1975 of CJA-IEF.
Thes Panovs explained Soviet
repression of Jews to the as-
sembled group. The Division's
campaign chairman. Richard
Zinn. expressed the group's hon-
or at hosting the distinguished
artist? and the wishes of young
American Jews that the Panovs
and other Soviet Jewish immi-
grants be permitted to live free-
ly and safely in Israel.
" \ visit by such courageous
individuals as Valery and Galina
Panov." saiil Mr Arkin. "whose
very lives were in danger for so
long as a result of their brave
Struggle to reach Israel, is not
onlv a tremendous honor for Mi-
ami's Jewish c mmunity, but also
a fitting beginning for our cur-
rent campaign effort, which aims
to aid tho isai Is of brave Jews
v ho need our help here in Mi-
ami, in Israel, ro many in the
Soviet Union, and in Jewish com-
munities around the world."
'Haitian Festival-At-Sea'
Featured On Feb. 4 Cruise
Stage Production
In Brandt Theatre
Through Jan. 12
! International 1 iction
Management will the
stage producti in "Ft m R
t > Israi l at Last -We Are Hi
in Its exel ih pr......e U.S en-
:.; Saturday be! nning at
8 30 p.m. in the Brandt Theatre.
1229 Washington a iami
Beach.
1 ncarancc here of the
group. Which in- '.:.:- I
chorus, 24 dancers, lfi mush
oi. ii tts an 1 thi ee cond -
t -. pr lea i natl i ;
Tickets for the 23 performances
to be presented here bet tre< n
Dee 28 and Jan. 12 are priced to
fit the average person's budget.
There will be no Friday night
or Saturday afternoon perform-
ances; matinee- begin at 2:30 and
the evening shows start at 8:30
p.m.
A show which has been an
pearing throughout Israel. "We
Are Here" features a cast com-
posed of Jewish en ms from
Lithuania, Vllna and other parts
of Russia.
The show was conceived in
Russia by people with many va-
ried occupation.-, including sec
retaries, office workers and
clerk- as well as | P Sessional
artists of the theatre. They made
a special effort to get together
ig to Israel,
in order to preserve the culture
of Eastern Jewry throu D heir
artistic talent, and after much
tin-.' in n hearsa! "Fn m Bussi i
to Israel at LastWe Are H
tras pn ited to ts I rs! Isr
audience some two y<
Ticket are presently <"i sale
at the th for all
performances, New
Year's Eve.
Sitmar Cruises' T.S.S. Fairwind
becomes a floating center for
Haitian art enthusiasts during
the four day Hainan Festival at
Sea sailing from Port Everglades
on Fcb 4
p of the
Haiti Sal t] \.r\ Museum, will
conduct two seminars at sea cov-
ering the "I"'- ilution of Haitian
Art' an I 'Ho to B ly Haitian
Art for Fun an,! Profit He will
also the es
board exhibit of '> 'tings
and sculpture on loan from lead'
galleries.
An ither high! I '' the four-
daj colorful Faint nd fe
will be performances by the
Haitian Folkloric Dance Troupe.
This mark- the famous troupe's
first perl t sea and
their program will include voo-
doo ana typical dance- of the
island.
Creole cooking demonstrations
by gourmet author, c .ok and
TV personality Marina Polvay,
festive Haiti costume evenings.
Haitian rum tasting party and
the overall colorful atmosphere
of Haiti Will contribute to the
gav island mood during the Fair-
wind's single four-day cruise in
1975.
The short cruise is a departure
from the I.Iberian registered 25.-
000-ton luxury vessels pattern of
7 10 li and 14-day cruiai
the Caribbean and South America
scheduled for the first three
months f the year. Beginning
March 22 the Fairwind will be-
gin a series of -even-day Carib-
bean cruises.
The Haitian FesUval-at-sea
will spend 12 hours in Port-au-
Prince and passengers will be of-
fered a wide choice of optional
shore excursions. Hates for the
fun lay cruise range from S200
to S515 per person, double oc-
cupancy.
Passengers will be entered to
in the usual Sitmar style with 54
chefs preparing international
dishes to please every palate.
Staffed by approximately 500
Italian crew members, the Fair-
wind offers the latest in luxury
cruising conveniences and facili-
ties.
Reservations for the Fairwind's
four-day Festival at Sea are
available through authorizezd
travel agencies.
Derby Eliminations
Start Saturday Night
Eliminations for the 48th run-
ning of the Derby get under way
this Saturday night at Biscayne
Dog Track. And as an added at-
traction. Biscayne will have as
it- guests the Orange Bowl Queen
and her Court. Queen Linda Met/
will make a trophy presentation
in the sixth race, the Orange
Bowl Special.
The first-round Derby heats
will be run Saturday night with
two more the following Wednes-
day First four finishers in each
race will advance to the semi
finals which will be run a week
from Sa'urday. The Derby final.
with a purse of S5.000. will high-
light the program Thursday
I, Jan. 9. closing nigl
the first half of the 1974-75 sea-
son.
Art for the Beth Am Art Auction was selected by (from
left) Carol Clein, Fran Blumenfeld, auctioneer Richard
Reiser. Betty Gold and Sisterhood President Gerri Leaow.
Beth Am Sisterhood Combines'
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Mrs. Carol Oin. Mrs. Fran
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cochairmen, have finalized plans
for Temple Beth Am Sisterhood's
second annual Art Auction. An
art happening combined with an
open house, it will be held in the
new Teenage Building gymnasium
at Temple Beth Am. 5950 N,
Ki ndall Dr., next week.
The Art Auction will begin at
9 p.m Saturday. Jan. 11. Kickin*
off the con..'i4 of festivities and
bargains will be a wine and
cheese tasting preview starting
at 8 p.m. The public is invited.
The auction, to be conducted
by Richard Reiser, well-known
local connoisseur and art expert.
will feature signed and numbered
lithographs, oils, watercolors and
sculptures.
Original works of art from the
Art Scene Art Gallery at the
Kings Ray Shopping Center will
be auction?d off. There will be
wall hangings and pieces in all
price ranges to fit all pocket-
books. No sale will be made at
over the regular retail price.
Work- ol world famous artists
such as Salvador Dali. Pablo Pi-
ca-- >. Norman Rockwell and
Alexander Caldcr will be fea-
tured.
Other master- featured include
Lero: N'eiman, lansem, Boulan-
ger, Moti. Tamayo and others.
Most of the works will be framed.
Some, but not all. will have Jew-
ish themes including the famous
prints of the Twelve Trib I
I >rael.
D m'.".. thi ho rig wine and
chees I i the Auction
Ihi r ..I be j general open
at Beth Am's new Te( i
The building, which
- i small ehap< l classr i
and a library in addition to its
huge gymnasium and activity
ro< ms. was recently completed
and dedicated.
All proceeds from the auction
have b terhood
the purchase of custom de-
I ir the
new chapel of the Teenage Build-
Ing, Sisl ".li l President Mrs.
Gerri Legow has announced.
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Under 'he leadership of Mrs.
Sylvia Litbman. Child Welfare
chairman, the Ladies Auxiliary of
Norman Bruce Brown Post No
174, .! A ar Veterans, hosted
a Christmas-Chanukah party for
I hi.dren at the St Albans
Day Nursery of Coconut Grove
Tuesday. Children from the age
o thn e through five years re
c Ived yift- of toyi and clothing
and ascia] refreshments were
served. Spiffed and pull I ys
given to 50 of those enroll-
Ki n Foster St. Albans Day Pro-
; tor Infants. A jolly old
.i Clans" was on hand to
! i-l.i ": bman and her cO
chairman, Mrs. Betty levi with
the day's festivities. Mrs. Claire
Gteenwatd is president of the
Auxilii
V
Joyce !>earon, a 4-year-old
I al Yeshiva Day School
Lull Katz, a resident of th
nd tminium, v
Iher to c llect 1.800 lbs. ot
spapers for a paper re-
rnin | for three week*
Mr ;< iti was seen riding his
o w n
bicycle stacked with papers,
aiound the Sylake residential
area, and every day. Joyce Dear-
son would collect her family's
row-papers alon:4 with those "I
her neighbors and friends. Sun-
day morning they delivered their
collection to a truck stationed
outside the Yeshiva Day SchooL
Their efforts, along with many
others, helped make the paper
drive a SUCCeSi The school re
ceived 30c per 100 lbs. f paper.
With the money raised the school
b pes to improve its library. A
small sch k>I with only 67 chil-
dren, the sch ">' n >eds all the
helo it can set from young and
old alike. The paper drive will
continue through tut this week

Yacht dubh -rs at Kings Bay
eta ted th 'ir e slate of
officer* for 1975. The line-up is
i'i' libennan, rommodor?: Paul
Johnstone. vice commodore: Dr.
loin Gentach, rear eomm tdore;
I>r. Ham Renmer, fl \e\ piirgew
Frank Loth, fleel captain for
!i iats; Marvin I. -wis. fleet
i ipi iin for sail boats and Jean
Kaufman, secretary.
National meeting of the Pioneer Women board of directors
in New York City last week brought together these leaders
of the Women's Labor Zionist Organization of America
(from left) Mrs. Milton Green, president of the South Florida
Council of Pioneer Women; Mrs. Tamar Eshel, secretary-
general of Moetzet Hapoalot in Israel and world president
of Pioneer Women; and Mrs. Bernard Gingold of Miami
B?ach, national advisor.
First Federal
of Miami
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women who want
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Ellen Jane Mandel and Shel-
don Kenneth Tietzer wore
married Saturday. Dec. 21.
in Beth Toiah Congregation,
Noith Miami Beach. The
biide is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Mandel of
North Miami Beech. The
bridegroom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Tietzer oi
North Miami Beach.
Ulpaii Classes
To Begin Jan. 6
Moi <; will be II U
Day when classes of the wi
term of the Community Hebreu
tnpan Program, operated by the
central Agency for Jewish Kdu-
will begin In locations
throughout Dade Count;
Cla so< will be hold at Temple
Sinai and Beth Torah Congrega-
tion in North Dado, at Temple
B-th Sholom, Miami Beach, and
at Temple Zlon and Temple Beth
Am in the southwest section,
both in the morning and evening
hours. There will be classes for
beginners, intermediates and ad-
vanced level students
Special registration rates have
been designated for the classes
Monday morning and evening,
and Thursday evening, Jan. 2, at
the locations and times that the
classes will be he'.d.
Discussion Group Meeting
"As A Driven I/eaf" by Milton
Steinberg will be the subject at
the n-xt meeting of the Great
Jewish Books discussion group.
Thursday. Jan. 2. at 1:30 n.m. in
the Miami Beach Public Library.
2100 Collins Ave Mrs Albeit
Gitlow. American affairs chair-
man for Hadassah. will lead the
discussion; program coordinator
is Samuel Reiser .
CHAIRMAN Robert L. Par
ent, executive vice president of
the First National Bank of Hi-
aleah. has been named general
chairman of the Leukemia Society
of .America. Southern Florida
ChaDter. Parent also serves as
president of Group 8. Florida
Bankers Association and is on
the board of directors of Hialeah
Chamber of Commerce and the
First Bank of Pembroke Pines.
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Women's Cancer League Marks
16th Birthday With Luncheon
"Our goal is to make available
to this community the Tumor
Clinic that provides all the latest
diagnostic and treatment tech-
niques, uhich is located in the
Maribel C. Blum Pavilion of the
Mount Sinai Medical Center." an-
nounced the Women's lancer
League Of Miami Beach's Sweet
Sixteen Program.
Projects since 1958 have in-
cluded Cobalt 60 Unit. Magna
Scanner. Cobalt Source. Mammo-
gram, Thermogrtf*y Unit. Line-
ar Accelerator and Continuing
Support of the Tumor Clinic."
Over 1,000 women met at the
annual fund raising luncheon
held Dec it m the Grand Ball
roorn of the Pontaincbleau H tel
This annual luncheon
carried out the ih"me of the
s \-' en Birthd j d ne in
.i spl ish of pink and white.
"We would Ilka t> w lcome
our dear friends t > this oeca-
said Mrs O
ves me i 'at | I w ire to
pre-, nt a check for S50.000 to
Mr. Gertner on b< h 1 f of the
Canci: l.i .i fue tor furUi >i sup-
port to Mount Sinai Medical
Center's Tumor Clinic."
This contribution was the sum
of monies raised by the Cancer
League in the past year culminat-
ing in the annual fund raising
fashion show and luncheon.
Mrs Mehynne Sommers. chair-
maa of the luncheon. Introduced
lh iee lifting at the head table.
She lauded Mrs Martha Phillips
for her fashion show contribu-
tions and Mrs. Maribel Bium for
making it possible with her con-
tribution to Mount Sinai of the
Blum building to house the facili-
ties the Cancer League has intro-
duced.
Each table featured a pink
birthday cake, to complement the
six-tiered birthday cake on the
tage whi h was cut by Mrs.
Martha Phillips, the "birthday
Mrs Phillips has provide I
fashion .-hows for each of th.'
Cancer League's fund-ri
functions through the years ai
herself made the first $5,000 con-
ti ibution.
Samuel Gertner, executive vice president of Mount Sinai
Medical Center, receives a check from Mrs. Ceil Block
representing the Cancer League's contribution to the con-
tinuing efforts of the Tumor Clinic they have established
at the hospital.
THE FORTE' FAMILY
EXTENDS SINCERE
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Jetetnoridfrr
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JDC Adopts $29 Millio]
To Finance World Aid Programs
n Budget
NEW YORK (JTA) The
Joir.l Distribution Committee
adopted a budet of $29,988,000
for 1975 to finance it aid pro-
gram that rttdl 800.000 needy
Jews throughout the world.
The budget was approved by
more than 500 Jewiah community
leaders from the U.S. and Can-
ada attending th-- JDC's annual
ting at the N< w York Hilton
Hotel.
JACK D. UEII.ER of New
York, who was elected JDC chair-
man, succeeding Edward Gins-
berg of Cleveland who had serv-
ed in that post for three years.
Mid that more than a third of
I
One ci the major divisions of the 1975 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund is Advance Gifts "T," led
by Chairman C:.ar!es Rosenberg 'seated, right). Gathered
at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation to plan the Divi-
sion's ..i:reair.rr campaign activities were Samuel J.
Rabin end (standing, left to riaht* Allan Margoiis, Jerrold
Goodman, Allan 3. Wilson and Barry Haiman.
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation was visited recent-
ly by Dr. Moshe Rivlin (sscond from left), Director General
of the Jewish Agency for Israel. Among the leaders of the
1975 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
who met with Dr. P.ivlin were Advance Gifts "I" Chair-
man Jerry B. Isan (lefl). Advance Gifts "T" Chairman
Charles Rosenberg and Advance Gins "G" Chairman Mel
Kartzmer (right). ________________
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XfJHj NATIONAL JCOUHfAL OF JEWISH WOM
RESEARCH lNSTITUTlE^OR INNOVATION Of ED
THE ANN AND ADOtF ROWSOK WING Wl" fimam jtyH
THr MORRIS I tEWISOHN THE ROSE HERMAN LiHRMAN WING f& IW1 7fO
Hebrew University and National Council of Jewish Women
leaders pictured at the dedication of the new wing of the
NCJVV Research Institute for Innovation in Education on
the university's Mount Scopus ^PU incJldemv^
Mrs. Rma Button. Mr. and Mrs. Jules Standig. Mrs_ V.ola
Hvmes. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Robison. who "taburiu^
one of the winqs. Mm. Eleanor Marvin, national presiden
"the NaW M'rs. Ruth Dolkart, Mrs. Myra Farr. a national
vice president, Mrs. Hannah Levin Prof. Seymour Fox.
and Prof. Emeritus Alexander Dushkin.
the JDC budget will be used in
Israel where the agency serves
ab:.ut 120,000 people.
He explained that the JDC will
be called upon to expand its
h faith and welfare services in
thai country because of Israel's
beavj defense burdens in addi-
tion to providing for the secur-
ity and well-being of its peopie
and for the tenj o! thousands <>f
Sovii I Jews iii> will be arriving
in 197.")
Weiler reported that in West-
ern Europe, the JDC's emphasis
win i/. oil heiping the Fr
Jewish community integrate larg<
numbers ot newcomers, mainly
fr n N >rth Africa, and in the
raring and maintenance of trans-
migrants in Italy and Austria.
lie -ail these programs will
eo i $3.7 10 000 and wiJ aid some
70,000 people,
EXPRESSING A fervent hope
for peace in the Middle lia;.
W"< il r declared: '\\'....: greater
boor, could there bs tor the Si ite
ot Israel than an era of peace
in which to build and provide
secure homes and the ood tl
of life f.>r its p 'ople and f r the
ten of thousands of Soviet J< *s
who will be coming in d I
1975 '
Ri porting on JDC programs In
1974, the igencj s 81 th ami
sary, Samuel L. Haber, executive
vice < hairn an, said that by the
end of this year IDC wiil have
a.ded some 400.000 Jews in 25
tries overseas at a cost of
0.654.000.
JDC programs in Israel ac-
.1 for one third of the
. s total expenditure 'or
1H74. about $10 million, Habcr
.-..id
Th-> bulk of it was for the
JDC Malben program which pro-,
vides a variety of health and re-
habi'itation services to the age I,
handicapped and mentally ill.
and lnlping to overcome the.
gh irtage ol professional per.....
nel through manpower training
program**.
IN ADDITION. Haber report
ed that SI million has been ear
marked for aid to yeshivot and
cultural and religious institu
tions and programs in Israel. A
third program is the Brookdal'
Institute of Gerontology and
Adult Human Developmei I
Another large a'location was
for ORT. Aside fro-n helpins
Jewi in Western Europe. JDC
also has regular operations in
Rumania and Yugoslavia. In the
former country JDC programs
aid some 16.000 of the 85.000
Jews remaining there. Haber
said.
In Yugoslavia about 700 Jews.
10 per cent of the country's Jew-
ish peculation, are aided by JDC
supported programs.
In addition. Haber reported, a
relief-in-transit program, initiat-
ed about 25 years ago. provides
aasHance to tens of thousands of
Jewish families in the Soviet
Union, Poland. Huncarv. B->1-
garia and Czechoslovakia. In
Arab and Moslem countries and
in North Africa some 37.000
Jews are assisted by the JDC.
The-e countries include Morocco.
Tunisia, Iran. Egypt. Syria. Lob
anon and Algeria.
THE JEWISH population in
the krab and Moslem crnirtr'e*
has declined from about l.OOOOOO
after World War II to a
over 100,000 in 1974, Ha-
her reported. of tne. a':"''*
37.000 Jewish men. women and
thi'dren are beir*S asited in a
varietv of health, welfare and
r lucational pro rr co. more than half of the r
in are being aided.
In Tunisia, where the c< v.
P"-nilv has iWlined fron about
lCOfKK) in 1W to about P 000 in
1974. close to 3.000 >- aiHed in
one or another JDC-supported
program.
Debra Levine. Lawrence Baumwald
Wed In South Carolina Ceremony
Dcbra E.i.r. Levine became the
l ride of L& ^. nee Baumwal 1,
Dee 13 Rabbi
Kriegel conducted the double-ring
mony, which took place a:
3 p.m. in the Beth Shalom Syna
gogue in Co.umbia, S.C. A recep
Uon followed at the Wade
Hampton Bal.room.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard K Levine. was giv
en in marriage by her father, A
graduate of Spring Valley High
School and now a senior at tiic
I niverrity ot Georgia, she i-
majoring in Art Therapy and will
b working at Athens General
Ho pita! Day treatment program
in January.
The bridegroom, son rf Mr,
and Mrs. Sol Baumwald of Miami
graduated from Coral (I
r High Sch tol and the I n
v< r ity of Georgia where he ma-
j, red i i Bus ne s Administration
Mi Baumwald is a ra
'i i Ep i' >n Phi Fraternity and
.- irrentjj ..... >y< 1 bj Lifj ol
G< i rgia in Athens, G*.
The bride wore a w e lii \
of hiti 'uiana and Brus
il- lace The empire b di
ncc nl d Ky a deep r< und yol
lace "it'.in d in a floral m il
of se I pearls ard was fashioi -d
:, hi jh e I ';!- b
of 1 lee i all "'-. Thn loi I
ed -' eves end< I in tin;.....' -
over the hands The circu! r I
line skirl fell in bouffant fold
at the back and graduated int
a wide chanel train. Her
. i of whiU
lilly lace "-i'k i'.-,.i i.'n was
hand made and mounted on a
Juliet cap.
Tlv bride's sister. Penny Le-
vine, was her maid of honor. II >r
bridesmaids were Jeanmar
Manze, I yssa Kligman, and Adri
i ne s-'i 6S Th" bridegr m's
niece, Stacy Glickman, was th
flower girl.
The bridegroom was attend <
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br it i rs, Marc
Wank. best man, and a'-
Al en K nv I n, '' n k B
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Friday, December 27, 1974
Greek Line Schedules 10-Day
Kosher For Passover Cruise
NEW YORK, N.Y/Greek Line
h;is scheduled ita trad I
Kosher tor Passover cruise (or
i 25 on the lino's flagship,
Queen Anna Maria. The 10-day
cnii-o will eall .\\ San Juan. St.
Maarten an'! s* Thomas, return-
in-' io New York April 4.
\- In past years, with the en-
tire ship Kosh.T Passover,
the traditional cm. e will be
dedicated to the joyous and faith-
ful observance of Passover, will*
the whole family together for the
entire holiday, notes Rabbi
Samuel Wa'.kin. vice president of
the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of
the United States and Canada,
who will officiate throughout the
Cruise.
With the Sdorim conducted
with full adherence t.> tradition,
holiday sen ices in the Syna-
gogue, with Rabbi and Cantor.
et Passoi b, prepar-
ed i" 'he Queen Anna Maria's
kitchens under strict rabbinical
supervision. th;< i- .: "holidav of
on." says Rabbi Walkin,
awii iv.....m
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over, whil nfl her a well-
earned vacation.
Throiuhv.it the cruise, Rabbi
Walkin v ill be asisted by two
Cantors and eight Mashgichim.
Special rates .ire being offered
by the Gieek Line for children
wilh the special feature of the
first child free in the same
stateroom as par,
Everything aboard the 26.300
ton fully air-conditioned and
Stabilized Queen Anna Maria
has been planned. Creek Line of-
ficials point out. for the pas-
senger's pleasure and relaxation
from the air-conditioned state-
roonts to magnificent lounges and
piMic rooms, sun-decks (ideal
Young Professionals Plan
Weekend Holiday Events
A Young Professionals hou^-
party will be held a: 44m Prairie
Ave Miami Bi ach for singles in
their 20's an I 30's Saturday at
8 p.m.
The Young Professionals and
Pro! II. singles clubs
I Coun-
adults in their 2l)'s. 30's
and 40's, are cosponsoring a live
e at the .' imestov.il
2721 S. Baj I >r., Coco-
nut G Sunday at 8 p.m. and
a New Year's Eve Party ieatur
., midnight dinner buffet, in
Miami Beach, Tuesday at !' p.m
for the traditional after-meal
walkL indoor and outdoor swiin-
ming pools, sauna and gymnasi-
um to a full series of activities
(or children and teenagers, baby
sitting services, first-run films in
the luxurious cinema, night club
entertainment, dancing to three
different orchestras, and a full
program of cultural activities.
One of the ports of call. St.
Thomas, in addition to its mag-
nificent shopping areas, is also
rich in Jewish tradition. It has
the second oldest Jewish syna-
gogue under the American flag
and has had several Jewish gov-
ernors.
Another cruise featuring su-
pervised Kosher cuisine is the
Jan. 31, 14-day Mid Winter gala,
sailing from New York
For further information or res-
ervation'; contact Creek Line. 32
Tea:'. Street, New York. N.Y.
10004
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Mr and Mrs. Jacob Deitsch (right) display the'State of Israel
Scroll of Honor they received at a recent Night in Israel
on behalf of Israel Bonds at the Triton Tower, Miami Beach.
At left is attorney Richard Essen who was guest speaker.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Biben and Mr. and Mrs. Moms Kneger
were chairmen of the Israel Bonds event.
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n
Discussing S613 scholarship contributed by the Bank oi
Miami Beach to the Greatsr Miami Hebrew Acader.'.v
presented at this week's Scholarship Dinner are these
Jewish community leaders from left! Irving Firt.-l, presi-
dent of the Hebrew Academy; Benjamin I. Shulman,
chairman of the board of the Bank of Miami Beach; Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, principal; and Samuel Rainhard,
Florida state chairman of the American Red Magen Dcvid
for Israel.
Five Floridians Elected To
National B'nai B'rith Posts


Five Florida men active in
Jewish communal affairs have
been elected to national offices.
in B'nai B'rith at the ornaniza
tion's international convention in
Israel.
The five, who will serve two-
year terms, and their offices are:
Sum Paseoe, of 100 Lincoln
i. to the Com
' d ilt Jewish E luca
tton. The commission f
Jewish edu .mom through home
study, groin retreats, lectures
and conf< rences, and by publish
; ir Jewish history and
philosophy texts.
Mr. Pasco >, who is retired, is ;i
member of the Be ird of Gover
: B nai :; District r>.
..ii Eastern
rid of I
1 in I has ' of thi Flo \ iation
of B nai B riUi I i
Alfr i Golden, of
St C ius N".: i Baj Village
Th \I>!. :
i: i i i problems
of civil rights and < thnic an
tions, focusing
on d ii a >n i legal action.
Mr
I Cha
Dl bsartl
of govei : a I i i i
B'nai B
i, the Jewi >.
can
Jose] h M irray, of 8995 CW
56th Ti rr3i ind R S i
3436 Stuart A' to the gov< i i
m of the B" ii
. ith I rganization. B
is the rld's larj "
Jewish
ng ol
a de-
lire to pie
Mr M irray, a i ">.
...... il the '
i ol :
i v a pi
,,. -, Advisory
;, H "'' aa
icnt of the Con I
Lodge.
Mr an attorney, has
Sl ,.,. | president of the
Virginia Association of
B'njI B'rith I od !ea and as vice
president of the Rimrmn-Domin-
ion Lodge of Richmond.
Jay Markov.it/. a business
executive, of Tampa, to the Hillel
Foundations c mmisaion Soon
lored by B nai B'rith, the Hillel
Foundations provide centers for
social, cultural and religious ac-
tivities on some 300 campuses
around the world.
Mr Ifarkowitx, president of the
I Lubetsky Co., has served m
president of B'nai B'rith District
5. and ^ president of the 1 lorida
\..,, .| ii m of B'nai B
In addition to his B'nai B'rith
activities, Mr Markowitt ha
j aunity Center and
vice president of the Tampa Jew-
ish Community Council,
Democratic Club
Elects Taylor
v Taylor w. :, lected
of t tie Biscaj
cratic i ",uh and
install I bj M.i' or Har il I '
. I: i-. 1
Jan. 4, at I 3 I
1
a in inclu
finan secretarj
Li .i Koti :k,
Rut St
tary; Charles Swartzberg,
at arms.
The executive committee will
rtpi ised .'i Marth i H
Rose H rvath, Peter Heller, I.il-
lian Levine, Anna Fuchs, Bessie
Harry Goldstein, Max
Goldhagen, Sam Yuster, Louis
storcli. Harry Shubin. Henry
Taub. Ted Cchen. \melia Habcr,
Dr Samuel M. Schiff and Gabri-
elle Naah.
The invocation will be given
by Rabbi Dr. David Raab. Wil-
liam J. Srhusel will be master of
ceremonies
"To Live Another Summer," a bright Broadway musical
hit presented by the original cast of five talented young
Israeli performers, will be fsatured by Beth Torah Congre-
gation in the third segment of its eighth annual Cultural
Series next month. The show, originally scheduled for Jan.
6, has been postponed for two days and will now be seen
Wednesday, Jan. 8, at 8:30 p.m. For information and tick-
ets, contact the temple office.
NATIONAL RECEPTION
j.
FOR HIS EXCELLENCY
SDICHA DIMTZ
AMBASSADOR OF ISRAEL
TO TOE UNITED STATES
at the Third Annual
SALUTE TO ISRAEL VETERANS DAY
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 29th, 7:30 p.m.
FONTALNEBLEAU HOTEL
Convert 82.50
GUEST ARTIST EMIL GOROVETS
R.S.V.P. 53141702
T
Sponsored by
ISRAEL HISTADRUT FOUNDATION
120 Lincoln Road. Miami Reach


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+Jenist> fhredfitr
Friday. December 27, 1974
Leaders of the Greater Miami Jewish Fede-
ration's 1975 Combined Jewish Appeal-Is-
rael Emergency Fund have divided the large
Advcnce Gifts Division into four new Divi-
sions. Among the business and professional
leaders gathered at the Federation last week
to plan their upcoming campaign activities
in Advance Gifts "F" Division were, from
left to riaht (seated) Michael B. Goldstein,
Stanley M. Newmark and Albert J. Beer; and
(standing) Leonard A. Wien, Jr., Jeffrey Lef-
court, Harold Mermel, and Jerome Lelchuk.
Mel Kartzmer of North Miami Beach (stand-
ing, center) is serving as Advance Gifts "G"
chairman, a major leadership role within
the Greater Micmi Jewish Federation's 1975
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emeraency
Fund. Among the community leaders he
gathered together last week to plan upcom-
ing campaign activities were Stuart K. Ja-
cobs and James Knopke. (left) and Leonard
A. Wi=n, Jr., and Moses J. Grundwerg.
iVm^BHHMBBBBBnH
M
A reception for some 70 persons represent-
ing 25 Jewish organizations was hosted by
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wien Jr., of Coral
Gcbles Thanksgiving Day. Speaker was
Pinhas Sapir, istending) chairman of the
World Zionist Orgaruzation who was for-
merly Israel's Minister of Finance. During
.
his remarks, Mr. Sapir introduced Eliezer
Kroll (right; director cf the Israel Aliyah
Cenler here. At left are Edythe Geigar and
Yehoshua Yadin, national director of tha
Israel Aliyah Centers cf the United States
and Canada.
m always on the :kout for new main dish Item* Thus
was a Irrth experiment witt lamb with a MUM that disguises
the strong .-by favor thai some people dislike.
SAUCY LAMB SHANK
5 lamb ahanka 1 tbltp. vinegar
2 lu -. sliced in rings 1 tblsp Wor ire sauce
'. CUP t! I 0ake'
2 3 i
1 tb ,
Drain oi rtra fat Mis rent ''"r
s]n: mmer for 2 ;"lf hl>ur-
Serves 4-5.
,\ Nft
127. B'n B : men of Colui U is i <> sU-
tnal Jewish recta all of thi m
kosher There is a particularly good variety >f vegd il e di-hes.
For information on ordering tb wi n B'rai IVrith
Women. 314: Bros Imoor Arc Columbus, Ohio 43209 ibis yeast
dough kuchen -ccine from their book k scrumptious. (I have
adap- ith- from the original )
RFFRIC.KR ATOR YEAST DOUGH KITHFN
Dough
5 cups unsifted flour
l tap. s
* cup -
3 e.
1 cup ?our cream
4 rvur.d melted butter
2 cakes yeast, :.s Jved in 'i
I." king for something tempting to offer to youi tests dur-
ing the I : ; ;es1 this rial hone) cacek.
HONEY ABE
3 extra iarpe eggs,
separated
3 4 cups fiour
2 tsps. baking powder
1 tsp. baking soda
4 tsp. salt
l'i tsps cinnamon
2 ..?$ cocoa
4 cup oil
l'-j cups honey
1 cup cold coffee
' cup sugar
Beat egg whites; set aside. Beat egg yolka. Add all ingrt-
dients to the yolks. Mix well. Fed In whites. Bake in a tube
pan at -35C degrees for 50-55 minutes,
a -tt a & *
Tired Of the same old roast beef? Try something a little
different the next time you have c \. by making this lamb
mast.
s\\ OBI LAMB ROAST
1 lamb sboplder with thank 1 cup of lemon in
I clove of garlic, si. ed Oregano and salt to taste
Trii from should) i ckftta in
to them e. Pour lemon
Juice over Baka
'''" hours ai .. .,..,, .... w _
Sen*
RICE WITH ALMONDS \M GREEN ONIONS
; 2 i ( ips of water
1 3 '-^ 'P mix \i cup toasted
tsp. n :,i,. |. \
uim S i ite rice unt ii ki ti u tl n
noeodi im glut Allow t i blend a
ire into a cai lab,
i ndi In a i" i I ..,i
ta :'"" Just be: ire mt> la grten onions
and ai.-p.unds.
c up cold water 'or 2 en-
velopes dry y* j-' I
Fllinc
s< ur cream
< hopped njts
ir
on
I
Mix fi--t thr. -i-Tod: n'-Vvr'i r 'Take hite in center.
Combine all other in ir cream and butter.
Pour entire mixed 1 aether i and plaei gerator wernl '
May I
\\ : i -1 ur l i',
IV-: | into two 1 Roll oul on a I lure I b i
Spn a fine coatir of white su ar and
nkle cinni mon I "' n I sprinkle
nuts. H ;,.' _.v...- 1
S to .i .i
i ; at 350 dei s for *i ho ir or i I
tests d me.
,-.
tato
das For a treat si
variatii a sen th a h ile be se oi i cr im.
LATHES
?p(.; 1 tblsp. parsley Qakes
2 n Sa'.t
3 extra lar i Pepper
':: c.:p mntzo mi Oil
Blend | tat as In a bk i r Drain liquid aid
discard. Add eggs .md matxo mi tatoes kdd pa ilej
Qakes sal ind pepper to taste Prop bj tnaful in frying
pan conti ry hot oil. Brown on both sides. Drain latkes
on paper toweling,


Friday, December 27, 1974
+Jenist th>ridlar)
Page 13-B
Bar Mitzvah
TODD FISCII
^fed K. m of 'Mr ?" f~
to] i '.': el
lit Saturday, Dec. 28
k E hi EL
E n
I
|t mb '' Social S
be Future Lawyers C
ish h r; t- itu
celebrant will b i h -.
[a i > pi ion : His
others, Mrs Pisch
Irs. Martha I": will
BOANNE GOLDMAN
bine daughl it of
teamuel Zachary G
Bbr. ome B;r. Mitz\ Sal
Pl>< 28. at Tempi
Mi no is an eighth I I Jtu>
at Ransom E>
1. when she is on the gym-
fcs tram,
eel -brant will bo hofi ire I
a Ki.ldtish at T
l-El anil a rece it the
linet.leai Hote
;r. Mrs. I ton I will
the event.
DAVID FUEDM IN
ivid Arthur, son of Mr and
Robert Friedman, will be-
Par Mitzvah Saturday, Dec.
Temple Fmanu El
pvid i> an eighth grade -' i
Nautilus Junior High
1.
celebrant will be honored
a reception at the Hitel
Die. Hi> grandmot i ;r, Mrs.
Waldman, will atten I the
at.
STEPHANIE KORSCHUN
itephanie. daughter of Mr and
i. Alan Korschun, will become
tat Mitzvah Saturday
K 28. at Temple Judea of
Bal Gables.
Stephanie is an ei*h*h grad"
Hid nt at Ransom vergl J
Htod. Sh(' is a graduate of Tern-
H Judea s Hebrew School and
Hi continue her religi i
HVt through Confirmati
Hdr and Mrs. Kor
Ht K: I.'. i ') fo'li v
Bjfice.-. and there will be
in and dinn< r
S ilnrd.iv r' '
tiarina in the Sim h i II be
grandparents Dr an 1 Mrs.
K. Levin and her aunt
te, Mr. end Mrs J
sad 'isjn*. Jim, Jar. an 1
Adleberg of BaHim re M I.
r out of tests here
the festivities will be
-1- ill Korchun cf Atlanta,
Mrs Sam Perlow and Mrs.
Id Schliti of Portsmouth. Va .
and Mrs. Frank Perper of
Ington. Va. Mr. and Mr- E i
('.oilman and Susan and
id Gellman of Milwaukee,
\e. and Mr and Mrs Hyman
len of Baltimore. Md.
ir it
TRACY OURHAAN
Hracv Robert, son of Mr and
K. Stuart Ourhaan. 2221 SW
(d PL. will celebrate his Bar
ah at Temple Or Olom
jrday. Dec. 28. The celebrant,
eighth grade student at Rock
Junior High School, is a
Hknber of its concert band H-
ends H-brew High School and
if a member of the USY.
n addition to snon^ring he
Bee Shabbat and Kiddush. Tra-
parents will host a 7 p m.
mer-reception in hi? honor for
t-of town guests at the Sea-
M Tov.-ers East Sunday, Dec.
lAmone the honored guests will
Tr3"v'< 2randm",v,er- Mrs
Bitahe Wetoer and Mrs. Esther
Hu-haan. and his cousins from
^nsterd.im. Holland: Mr and
Ks Van F;, Mrs. Rika tioorn,
rnd Mr and Mrs. Joel Co
lHi'-> attending will be Mr. and
Milton Mack, Bit
Mr and Mrs '>!.
Kennesaw, I '
Ted Goldberg R wlyn N Y i
i Mrs. PhJl'n
,,,,1 Mrs Ben Newman
and Mrs Sid "
M '. an : Mjts. Lou Aron-
lass., Mrs.
E in it
" >i a Vlrs lerry Kai New.
n. i i Vas Nunes,
P 1 iwai l Del., Mi and Mrs
Mass.
and Mr a je Fried-
n, Mass.
STEPHEN GELTZER
Glei : Mr. and
Mrs x irman H Geitzer, v ill bi
caih d to tie Torah as .. Bar Mitz-
' udenl at ''. ( Junior l is a
center i". .> tball team
The celebrant will be honored
with a reception at the Allison
Hotel. Miami Beach.
Hi ra i Imo rs Fannie Sim-
sop, of tlia and Eva
i- of Miami, w ill attend.
I H of lown guests will include
h \ r.t Carol and Uncle Sid
m Philadi ; 1i Aunt
Bea and Uncle Bonne Salditcfa
and Cousin Ian of Baltimore;
Francisco; L'ncle Marty Salditch
of Washington, D ; Aunt Helen
and I'nc e Joe Rosenbusch and
Cousins Lynne, Arlene and Scott
from Rockville, Md.
SHERMAN 1.1 BIN
Sherman, son of Dr. and Mrs
Jack Lubin, will become a Bar
Mitzvah M Temple Menorah
s.i'.inlay mornin Dec 28.
rman is a seventh grade
- ident at Nautilus Junior High
School
A Kiddush wil! f How services
and Sherman will be honored
with a reception and dinner at
Temple Menorah
'.
MICHELLE ARON
Michelle, laughter of Mr. and
Mrs Albert Ar.n. will become
Bat Mitzvah at the service,
Friday evening, Dec 27, at the
Israelite Cent r '' m]
.,. |e father was l Bar
Mitzvj te Center
Mr and
Vioi Ai re among
its four lers
Michelle is th grade
ij Junior Huh
i| and is active :n the Pro-
duction and Display Croup and
the Art Clul She ill be hon-
ored at the Onea Shabbat follow-
in: services and al a reception
at home
Among the guests will be her
grandparents. Mr and Mrs. Mor-
ris Aron of South Miami and Mr.
and Mrs Herman Kurtz of West
Palm Beach: Dr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Grabelle from New Jersey:
Mr. an I Mrs. Arthur Shollnsky,
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Greenfield,
Mr and Mrs Pan! Kurtz. Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Chayet and Miss
I.i-a Shaw from New York; Mr.
and Mrs Abraham Korbman and
Mr. and Mrs Aaron Korbman
and family from Mexico; Mr. and
Mrs. Sanford Sholinskv and Mrs.
Lillian Bruger from West Palm
Beach.
* *
DEBRA ZANE
Saturday. Dec. 28. at 6:00 p.m .
in the main sanctuary of Temple
Ner Tanvd. Debra Lynn, dauih-
ter "f Dr. and Mrs. Sheldon
Ziine, will be Hat Mitzvah.
Debra is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School and Ner
Tamid Kelh'ious School. She is a
member Of the Drama Club. So-
cial Studies Ciub. the Nor-Isle
Optimist Club and is a eheer-
leader.
,*-
DAVID CHARTOFF
David, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Chartoff, wi I become a
Par M it/van at T h K'-
Hollywood. Saturda: Dec -8-
during the 11 a m
I,. M< Nicol
... w in the
The

Jcunne Goldman
Michelle Aron
S/ierman Lvk'n
Covi'd Friedman
Tcdd f'nch
Amon i the gu '- haring in
the !i's|.\ities will be his gran I-
ml. Mr. and Mrs R
and Mrs.
I irtofi .f Hollywi >d; Mrs.
I rman ol v. a hington,
D Mi in i Mrs Martin
v. ai i Mr.
and Mrs Arthur Seidenstein,
Brooklyn, N v

RKHAR!) EPSTEIN
Richard. in il Mr and Mrs.
: Epstein, will condu t the
sen i es and read from the Torah
Saturday, Dec. 28, when he be-
comes a Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Beth F!. Hollywood.
" I i -.n ;..mb ornrio
student at McNichol Middle
School.
The celebrant will be h inored
at th. On ;g Sb ... tat. Among tha
gue ts .1. be his grandmoi i >t,
Mrs Gerri Leil nan of H lly-
wood; Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Ep
stein, East Northport, N.Y.; Mr
and Mrs. Arthur Kopel o
family, Franklin Square,
Mr. and Mrs Arnold Barr. Long
Beach, N.Y.: Mr. ami Mrs Paul
Ro iberg Atlantic Beach. N V :
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Diamond.
Woodmere, N.Y.; Mr and Mrs.
Louis Feinberg, Far Rockaway,
X.Y.. Mr. and Mrs Arthur Harri-
-.., pm^viiti N V Mr and
Mrs Ulan Wachl (1 and Mr. and
Mi i s. : ler, Neponsit,
N Y. -: s. Hy Gershon.
1 N.Y.; Mr and Mrs.
i. Ka sm tig, N.Y.,
ai l Mr. and Mrs Samuel Lich-
tenstein, Br inx. N.Y.
.
VOAV VANK1I
Yoav Mo he, son of Yosef
v li and the la'e Regi Ya-iich,
will observe his Bar Mitzvah
Saturday. Dec. -8. at 1030 a.m.,
at NE 3rd Court near 146th Ter.,
North Miami.
Yoav is an eighth grade honor
student al North Miami Junior
High School. He is a graduate of
the Lehman Day School.
Members of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's Lawyers Division are meeting to
form-late their fund-raising drive for the
1975 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund campaign. At a r=cent plan-
ning and assignment meetina the lawyers
worked to set the pace for an unprecedent-
ed veer of support for Israel and those in
need here in Greater Miami. Amonf those
attending were, from left to right, (standing)
Steven Krcvi'z, Richard Nawmcrk, Paul
Freeman, Richard Zinn, Judge Howard Neu
and Howard Hollander; (seated) Lawyers
Division Chairman Robert Orseck, Nelson
Keshen, and Norman H. Lipoff, chairman cf
the Federation's Professions Division tor the
CJA-IEF.
RECORD William Rafkind
CLU >*. Asso i ites sel a new sale:
record for The Home Life Iniir
ance Company of New York. The
Miami Rafkind Agency was the
No 1 agency in sales for the
second time this year with over
ST; million of new lifp businos
for the month of November.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNOPR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thl
th.- undersigned, deslrtnn lo engage Ir
l,u-.....>s un.lcr th,- fictitious nani.....
M, p..hum's Dell ''-"" '*"'"- Vv"
nue. Miami Beach, V<'tUU< Intends to
register s:iil name with the t lerK <
ihe Circuit Court of l>u'ie County.
Plorlda .. ,
ERICH K>"n INC.
By: Paul A.k.rman
President
CYPEN A NKViss
attorneys for ADDllcanl
JI5 Arthur Oodfrey Road
Miami Beach. Klorela JJIW ? ( vf
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE rvV'S'ON
J CWYNN PARKER
PROBATE NO. 748428
In RE Bsl it- ol
KATE HAUEUMAN
'''NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors md All Persons Hai
out Claims or Demands Against saw
You are hereby notified and reuulr-
,.,i ".. ,.,,-. ni ."' hum- and demands
hli n > u i \y h 's-.iMi-t the
tale ol KATE HABERMAN, deceased
jrj i uniy. Florida, t" ins
; .. Judges of [mde County, and
me the -m- I" duplicate and a*
provided In Se.l rlorlda
- u i" theli n the lun
n Courthouse I Bade County. Kioi
nths from
,i .. ,. rirsl publl) atlon here-
. th< i r III i l>arretl
Sliam Plonda. I
:in
I,.....,
: .. r I
Mrs. John Porte, one of three judges in the Fine Arts Fes-
tival student postei contest stands beside a winner from
Ida Fisher Junior High School. ihe two other judges in-
volved in making selections were Mrs. Caryl Unger and
Leonard Wien. Other winners in the competition were
St. Patrick's and Biscayne Elementary. ^^^^ ________
Miami Beech Counciimen Dr. Leonard Haber and Leonard
Weinstein assist talk master Mike Douglas, who with May-
er Harold Ros:n (not shown), officiated at the unveiling of
the plaque at the dedication ol the Convention Center
Wraparound All cf Dade County's 27 mayors were invited
s'.ci, and guests were treated '.o the music of
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Services Held Thursday, Dee. 19
For Dr. Abraham Wolf son. 9,'}
Dr. Abraham^ WoUapn. died.
Tuesday, Dec. 17, in South Shore
Hospital. He was 93.
A founder of the Spinoza In-
stitute of America. Dr. Wolf son
founded the Spinoza Forum of
Miami Beach in 1935 after refil-
ing from his New York dental
practice. He was a lifelong stu-
dent of Spinoza and gave thou
6ands of lectures on that 17th
Century Dutch philosopher.
A native of Bialystok. Russia.
Dr. Wolfson fled to the United
States in 1902. and was a gradu-
ate of the New York School of
Dentistry He was known as "The
Sage of Miami Beach" because of
his efforts to educate young and
old alike.
Dr. Wolfson advocated a meat
less diet. The natural diet of man
is fruits, nuts and vegetables, he
paid. His recipe for longevity in-
cluded keep cheerful, keep oc-
cupied, have a hobby, be satis-
fied and learn to like people.
''Capitalize on your sorrows .
adversity is our best teacher," he
often said.
Dr. Wolfson served as news-
caster for Miami Beach Lodge,
B'nai B'rith meetings weekly for
the past 13 years. He never
missed a single meeting or news
digest in all that time, according
to Lawrence Schuman. current
president of the lodge, which CO-
sponsored a recent celebration
making his 93rd birthday.
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now in its third edition.
Funeral services were held
Thursday. Dec. 19. under the di-
rection of Riverside chapels.
Survivors include a daughter.
Mrs. Evelyn Niman of Great
Neck. N Y. a son. Dr. Oliver
Wolfson of New York, five grand-
children and one great-grand-
child.
Services Held
For Dr. Zivitz
Dr. Nelson Zivitz. G". a past
president of the Daile County
Medical Association, died Mon-
day in the Mount Sinai Medical
Center.
Dr. Zivitz was born in Ala-
bama and came to Miami from
Jamaica. I.I.. 35 years at;".
An allergist, Dr. Zivitz was a
president of the Association of
Convalescent Homes and Hospi-
tals for Asthmatic Children and
past chairman of the board of
the Asthmatic Children's Foun-
dation.
He is sii!'\-i\' d by his wife
Adele; sen. Andy; daughter,
Nancy; sister, Mrs. Jeanette
Bloch.
Services were held Wednesday
at Rivet si le Cha
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Edward Cowen,
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Edward L. Cowen. 79. formerly
of Chicago, died Sunday. Dec. 22,
at Mount Sinai Medical Center.
Mr. Cowen had been a resident
of Miami since 1932. and was a
Founder and member of the
Board of Trustees of Mount Sinai
Medical Center since 1964. In
this capacity he served on many
committees, including the Execu-
tive Committee of the board.
In 1967 Mr. Cowen was elected
vice president and served three
terms in that office. In 1970 he
was elected by that board as a
life member. In 1972 he was
again elected vice president of
the hospital and was currently
serving in that office.
Mr. Cowen served prior to his
retirement as a consultant to the
Gillette Razor. Auto Strop and
the American Safety Razor Com-
panies. He had wide community
Interest! and participated in
many philanthropic endeavors in
the Miami and Chicago commu-
nities.
A graduate of Northwestern
University, Mr Cowen was a
member of the Grand Masonic
I-od^e and was a Shriner. He was
a former director of the Jewish
Home for the Aged; active mem-
ber of B'nai B'rith. Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation and Tem-
ple Israel.
Survivors are his wife Mrs.
Helen Cowen: son. Richard
Cowen: daughters. Mrs. Eileen
Goldsmith and Mrs. Adele Hub-
en; brothers. Irving and Ben-
jamin Cowen: and sister. Mrs.
Sara Weinstein.
Arrangements were made by
Riverside Memorial Chapels.
Robert M. Morgan, 69, who
had been called "the watch-
dog over public funds," died
Friday, Dae. 20, at his Bay
Point home. Mr. Morgan,
chairman of the board of
Greater Miami Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association,
was chiefly responsible for
the creation of the University
of Miami Medical School.
He is survived by his wife,
Bessie, a brother and two
sisters. Services were held
Monday under the direction
of Philbrick Funeral Home.
ZEICHNER

JENNIE S 7'' of n r.d .
Ml; panned a y Saturdaj ,\. l'
II si i i d hex horn* In Mi-
ami tor ii,-- i..i-i 19 yi
fr. tn Butlei P She. waJ preaidenl
of the Avivii Chapter "f Mlarachl
Woman and a member of Had
urvlvad t>v bar huaband,
I I M>n. I >avid i lr,
i.a Calif., t dautrhtera, Mr.- D -
nthv Goodman "f NVi' and Mrs.
Zlman of Butler, Pa broth.
. Moriii Stem of Mount i'i<
i ir. ii. | area) -Brand -
and interment
Ui laj in Duller Pa.
with local arransamanta by Gordon
Funeral 11 inc.
Mrs. Sylvia Rose.
Hotelmans Wife
Passes At Age 69
Services for Sylvia S Boi
wife of Joseph M. Rose, owner
and operator of the Royal Palm
Hotel since 1939. were held Fri-
day, Dec. 20. in Temple Emanu-
El
Mrs. Roso. of 1545 Collins Ave.,
Miami Beach, died Wednesday in
Mount Sinai Hospital.
Born in Baltimore Mrs B e
came here in 1925. Her husband
built the hotel in 1939 and has
operated it since. He was a found-
er of Mount Sinai Hospital and
Mrs. Rose was active in its
auxiliary.
She also was a member of
Temple Emanu-F.l. a past presi-
dent of its Sisterhood, a member
of the American Jewish Congress
which she helped organize, and
of Hadassah and the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation.
In addition to her husband,
survivors include three sons.
Richard A. Benedict and Harold:
two daughters. Mrs Gerry Lou
Silverman and Mrs Caryl I':
nine grandchildren, one great
grandchild, and two sisters. Mrs.
Samuel Ginsberg and Mrs. Bene-
(I Maxon.
Riverside Chapels were in
charge of arrangements.
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N< ITU K 18 HEREBY ';i\ EN
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTVl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74-34709
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
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11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO 74.10460 .Jodae Hottoel
NOTICE FOR SUIT FOR DAMAGES
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In THE JEWISH PIX>RIDIAN
W I I NEBS nn Land ami tli,-
four* at Mi.,mi. Florida on thli
2nd duv of December l 7 *
RirilAitn P, BRINKER
Ai Clerk. Circuit Court
IJade Courrty, Florida
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CTPEN *^f5StyC,W,t
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NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thnt
ti ui .t. micned, di enxam In
but '"* iltloua i um of
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El, CRIST" St I
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ran Clerk of
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"' JOSE LORENZO
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTVl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.3SS53
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE F ___
ULTAQRACR BASTIAN M"M HRRT
,1, aCTIERREZ, w : P<
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ALBERTO J08E OCTIERREZ,
Husband, Reapondi i '
TO ALBERT!i Ji>8E C.CTIERREJ
YOV ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
,,ii Ai lion for Dlaaolutlon of
i filed aninal m-u and
\,.u .,'. 'in ;
ynur writtt-i defensi I
n \mi:i. RBT1 EB ej for Pa-
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hi THE JEW ISH 1 ORIDIAN
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said ,"un ai Mian th:
12th da< of I" '
RICHARD P BRINKER,
Aa Clerk. Cli u l '' urt
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B) WILLIE BR vis'i i JR.
An I ''ii'
(Tirruit Court s.
DANIEL RETTER K>jflRE
loot i'onjrreaa Huil.i .
Miami FlOl d ,
, \ foi Pel Itl ner
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 74-3MS0
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
IN RE THE MARRIAGE r
18 M'x INDER,
Husband, Petit!, r
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AIEXANDER
Wlfi Respondent
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NOTICE CF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTVl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 74-36514
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN' RE Tin: m \i.i.i \,,|- ,i.-
ANTHi I NY JOHN I
Petil ner-Hu
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witness mv hand and the seal of
said court at Miami Florida on thli
i.'tli day ..f Ii.-,, mi,, i r.;i
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clark, Circuit i ..urt
1 >adi i ..in iv !',..
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Page 15-B
LPED More than 1800
|lcapped Miami area resi-
were aided during the past
[by state vocational rehabili-
programs. and increased
earning capacity almost
|old. according to Secretary
Keller of the Florida De-
uent of Health and Rehabili-
Sirvices.
LEGAL NOTICE
notice of action
Instructive service
(no property)
circuit court of the
|NTH judicial circuit of
TLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
l\L ACTION NO. 74.36803
[NERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
riON FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
Till: MARRIAGE t'r'
Tl IRRES.
br,
land
fs T< iRRES.
L LDYS T< 1RRE8
nee I'nknow nl
IRE HEREHY VOT1FIED
i action (or Dissolution ol Mar-
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| QUlrM I" '"rv- ;t <"lt\ '
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S' I8TCHIN *. KOS8, P A .
for Petitioner. Wtloae iddreii
\v 12th Av< nu< Miami r*L
nil r i I the original with the
the i*l' \ ntyled curt on or
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trill be entered :iK.iillxl you for
i*i demanded In the complaint
lion.
[notice ihall be Dttbllahed nnre
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J KW1SH PIjORIDIAN.
r> ES8 n:-. hand and the -t al of
Burt ;. Miami. Florida on this
i.f Dec l74.
IIOHARIl P BRINKER.
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A-' Detwtv Clerk
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Nl>> J I INEIRO. JR., ESQ.
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NOTICE OF ACTION
)NSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY)
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
rENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
ilVIL ACTION NO 74.3*842
JENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
;tion FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
THE MARRIAGE i IF:
iS El.MA lZul'lEKIK".
fe.
|E*I? RAFAEL IZQIIKHPO.
laband. ___
LANf EL KAKAE1, I7.QITEKDO
hi Pahna So (Ml
mi, irtente
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
action for DlMolvtlon of Mir-
fh;i- been filed acalnat *ou and
r- r. .iinr. d 10 Ml v.- .1 I OP Of
rrltten defenses, if any, t" II ""
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whose addres- la
Ffile the original with the
fof the above mvled court on or
Jan 31. 1875: otherwise a de-
,ii: be entsrad ajralnet yon" f'>r
illef demanded In HM comulaint
Etion
notice ihall l>e puMished once
rk for four ooiMWCtltltra weeks
|E JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
IXES8 mv hand and the s..il Of
ourt at Miami Florida on this
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RICHARD P BRINKER.
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l >ade mntv Floi Ida
\\ II.I.II'. BH \hSIIA\N JR.
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IS'87 13-1 17
he CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
^E^TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
jfl FLOR'DA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
! PROBATE DIVISION
I PROBATE NO. 74-8521
RE
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lOTICE TO CREDITORS
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|mi oi Demandi Against Bald
JUv hereby notified and reauir-
t. i.' ;,w Halms .ii"i demandi
^>"U may have sjralnal U>*
Abraham Wolfson. de< aeed
ji.ni.. County, Florida, to the
, ju'U. .f Dad* Count] and
|e mime In duplicate and as
In Section 781 lb Florida
in their oftlres- in Ihe Coun-
Kbouae In Dad* County. Flor-
ibin four calendar months from
lie of the first publication here-
|the same will be barred
Miami. Florida, this :Jrd
Ml: mber A 1> 1!'74
ZKV W KOQAN
^KrelMi Nelman b% Koslyn 1 nrer
Resident Aent
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publiration of thl notii-e on
,. day of Deeember. 15*74.
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LIMIT 2 CANS PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
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LIiBTDii- jui u oz ORc "UTR,T,ou$ Ln ,. 40OZ -ffic Sara Lee Layer Cakes !fc?z
Holiday Mixed Nuts \IX 85 Sunsweet Prune Juice E IT ___________
ASSORTED (500 SHEET ROLLS) -Jfc
Hudson Toilet Tissue 4 l 43c
SERVICE APPETIZER DEPT
AMERICAN KOSHER _
Cocktail Franks SSJ 99e
HEBREW NATIONAL KOSHER ._
Salami or Bologna ,!S8Jk. $143
TRY ME I'M NEW WINRORG SWEDISH _
Herring Fillets ...^..TfHH?.!lff 99c
WONDERFUL BAKED GOODS!
ALL RAKED GOODS MADE WITH PURE
VEGETABLE SHORTENING
THIN SLICED BREAD
3,.lb. $m
LOAVES ^
Holiday Fruit Cake................*. $149
Fruit Cake Ring 2s6. $4M
DELICIOUS A -
Deluxe Fruit Cake Ring Iftc s329
FRESH ^IVLM
DELICIOUS ( FARMBEST, M 1C QUART '' CONT.
R% FAT FREE-ALL FLAVORS
LesCai Yogurt 4c'99e
CLAM GARLIC BACON & HORSERADISH _.
Delicious Dean's Dips \Zi 39
VITA CREAMED __
Herring or Party Snacks '; 93
AVAILABLE ONLY AT STORES HAVING SERVICE COUNTER
All LUNCH MEATS 4 CHEESE SLICED TO OROER
RICH'S TURKEY ROLL
ALL WHITE
MEAT
WISCONSIN S FINEST
Muenster Cheese "" 79
FLAVORFUL
Freshly Smoked Sturgeon T 59*
59
QUARTER LB.
M"S RISSLER'S
Chicken Roll %"" 55c
WISH SEAFOOD DEPT.! TBQNUS SPECIAL! SAVE 8'jRs
P.P. BRA-NO
OVEN FRESH
AVAILABLE ONLY AT STORES HAVING
SERVICE SEAFOOO COUNTERS
MACK1REL
MARCAL MADERIA
FLORIDA
CAUGHT
FLORIDA CAUGHT
Yellowtail
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LB.
$119
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Dinner Napkins t
2PKGS. ^1 IC
OF 50 P^V
LIMIT 2 PKGS.. PLEASE, WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
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