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

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

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

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1975 CJA-IEF Campaign fe Now In Progress
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The most important campaign
for Jewish survival, the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's 1975
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund, began last
week. Heading the effort is Mi-
ami Beach attorney L. Jules Ar-
kin, as 1975 CJA-IEF chairman.
"WE NOW find ourselves at a
very crucial point in our history
as Jews." said Mr. Arkin. "Even
as we feel the burden of eco-
nomic hardship. Israel's people
are strained to a degree three to
four times as severe.
"There are thousands of new
immigrants in Israel, many from
the Soviet Union, as well as the
young families still recovering
from the losses of the Yom Kip-
pur War," he said, "and elderly
Jews who survived the horrors of
the Nazi holocaust.
"Can we say to Israel 'Sorry,
we can't help you,' or 'Don't ac-
cept any more Soviet Jews be-
cause we can't assist them this
year.' due to inflation in
America?
THAT'S the message of CJA-
IEF this year," he said. "We
must help the people of Israel,
because no one else can. And
new immigrants are Israel's life-
blood."
The cost of absorbing a new
immigrant family into Israeli so-
ciety has increased to more than
$50,000
Continued on Page 9-A
llewislh Flojridlam
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 48 Number 1
Miami, Florida Friday, January 3, 1975
6o by Mail Two Sections
Price 25 rents
"
Eban Reveals He Had Secret PLO Willing to
Meeting With Jordans Hussein Arrent Israel?
* By DAVID FRIEDMAN p ^.^s^BJaw true. Re said that in discussions "^^^ i~^ #
NEW YORK (JTA)
Former Israeli Foreign Minister
Eban revealed here that
he met secretly with King Hus-
sein of Jordan after the Six-Day
V
Khan told an overflow crowd
of -nnie J.(XM) |arsons at Con-
gregation B'nai Jeshurum that
he could admit it publicly now
since it has already been reveal-
e Iiy a high Israeli official.
UK DID not say where the
meet inn occurred, nor the exact
j date. Kban, who was appearing
1 at the Conservative congrega-
f tion's "Dialogue '74." lecture
- series, made his remarks after
Dr. William Berkowit/, the con-
?>* gregation's rabbi, asked him
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U.S. Arms
Flow May Be
Increased
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Sen. Gaylord Nelson i D. Wis-
consin) stated here that recent
reports about a Saudi Arahian-
I'nited States Security Commis-
sion plan to strengthen the
Baud! army "dramatized the
need for broader review of U.S.
anus sales policy."
In a statement issued to the
House-Senate Conference Com-
mittee several days ago while it
WSJ considering the Foreign Aid
Bill. Nelson quoted the reports
as indicating that the I'.S. has
developed a secret plan to dou-
ble and possibly triple the flow
of American arms to Saudi
Arabia.
THE REPORTS, he said, de-
IScribe a multi-billion dollar plan
Involving the mechanization of
the Saudi army into a mobile
striking force with some 440
helicopters, a major ex|>ansion
of the Saudi navy, and the pos-
Cotitinurd on Page 9-A
with Jordan, including the per-
sonal meeting he had with Hus-
sein, the Jordanians had always
insisted that Israel return all
the territory taken in the Six-
Day War including East Jerusa-
lem, something which Israel will
not agree to.
KBAN SAID Hussein was the
first Arab leader to intellectual-
ly accept the existence of Is-
rael. The Israeli diplomat also
Continued on Page 3-A
NEW YORK(JTA) Newsweek magazine, in its issue pub!
this week, quotes a spokesman for the Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion as saying the PLO would accept the existence of Israel if Pales-
tinian rights are recognized first.
The magazine did not identify the spokesman except as "the
PI.O's top spokesman" and the man best qualified to speak for the
PI.O. The spokesman also told Newsweek that the PLO's recent
support for the UN's 1947 Partition Plan which called for a Jewish
and Arab state is only "a maximum bargaining position before we
go into negotiations with Lvael at Geneva."
ABBA EBAN
about charges that Israel had
dragged its feet in negotiations
with Jordan, thus allowing Pal-
estine Liberation Organization
leader Yasir Arafat to replace
Hussein as the leader of the
Palestinians.
The former Foreign Minister
said he knew better than any-
one that this charge was un-
Israel Takes Dim View
Of Syrian Violations on Golan
TEL AVIV(JTA)Israel has
taken a serious view of the pres-
ence of Syrian soldiers in the
United Nations Buffer Zone
separating Israeli and Syrian
forces on the Golan Heights.
Defense Minister Shimon Peres
has discussed the matter with the
commander of the United Na-
>
AFTER VENOMOUS ATTACK ON JEWS
Argentine Police Chief
Resigns Under Pressure
BUENOS AIRES(JTA)The
chief of police in Rio Negro
province has resigned after ap-
pending a venomous attack on
Jews to an "order of the day"
he recently issued to his subor-
dinates.
Commandant Benigno Mario
Ardanas said he was ordered to
resign by the Minister of Interior
who, he alleged was "pressured
by the DAIA." the representative
body of the Argentine Jewish
community.
THE RIO NEGRO faction of
the Uflion Civics Radical Party
termed Ardanas' statement a
"delirious mixture of Nazism and
McCarthyism."
The offensive supplement,
which the police chief attached
to "order of the day No. 5134"
was titled "Young Argentine
Thoughts On The Times Our
Country Is Living Through."
IT STATED among other
things: "We must fight against
Freemasons. Communists and
Jews Freemasonry. Commun-
ism and Zionism, or Judaism, are
subordinated to the 'Israelite
Continued on Page S
tions Disengagement Observers
Force (UNDOF) Gen. Ensio
Siilasvuo. at a meeting here.
SYRIAN SOLDIERS have pen
ptrated the buffer zone, patrol
the area and have even establish-
ed positions to make their pres-
ence an accomplished fact.
Peres advised the UNEF com-
mander that Israel regards the
Syrian activities as a gross vio-
lation of the disengagement
accord.
Israel also reiterated its com-
plaint that Syria has placed
heavy mortars in the limited
forces zone in violation of the
pact.
Peres and Gen. Siilasvuo also
discussed problems stemming
from the Security Council's de-
cision to extend the UNDOF
mandate another six months.
ISRAEL HAS agreed to permit
supplies to pass through its ter-
ritory' for the Austrian UN con-
tingent occupying the peak of
Mt. Hermon even though their
main supply depot is on the
Syrian side of the line.
Israel has cleared a mine
field on Mt Hermon to expedite
the movement of supplies.
EGYPT ACCUSED
OF VIOLATIONS
TEL AVIV (JTA)
Israel has accused Egypt of
having penetrated Israel-
controlled waters off Sinai
in violation of the disen-
gagement agreement.
According to Israeli
sources. four Egyptian
naval units consisting of
missile boats and torpedo
boats entered Israeli waters
in the Ras Sudar area in
combat formation and cruis-
ed for 20 minutes before
returning to the western
side of the Gulf of Suez.
Israeli naval units were
sent to intercept the Egyp-
tians, but no contact was
made, the report said.
The Israeli charge was
made several days after re-
ports that Egyptian naval
craft including missile boats
and submarines had made
the 104 mile passage
through the Suez Canal.
The re[x>rts indicated that
the process of clearing the
canal is not yet completed
but it is navigable for cer-
tain types of vessels.
.
16-YEAR-OLD GIRL FROM JACKSONVILLE

1 Victim Of Terrorist Grenade Loses Right Leg
JERUSALEM (WNS) The
right leg of Dejean Replogel. the
16-year-old American girl from
Jacksonville, who was wounded
in a grenade attack on a tourist
bus near Jerusalem, had to be
amputated.
She was reported in "satisfac-
tory" condition at Hadassah Hos-
pital after Prof Meyer Mankin,
head of orthopedics, performed
the operation when he and his
team concluded that their effort
to save the shattered leg was
hopeless.
THE GIRL was in hired as she
was boarding a bus carrying 11
Baptist tourists from Jacksonville
in the Arab village of Azariyeh.
Her parents. William and Mar-
celle Replogel, at their daugh-
ter's bedside moved newsmen
with their faith in God. They
said that God had protected their
daughter from a worse fate in
the attack.
THE ATTACK, a few days be-
fore Christmas, apparently cut
down tourism to Bethlehem and
Jerusalem where security was
very tight at the site of Christian
holy places. Bethlehem Mayor
Elias Freij blamed the security
precautions for a disappointing
turnout of tourists leaving ho-
tels, gift shops and restaurants
empty.
About 1200 tourists, mostly
British and German high school
students, arrived in Haifa by
Christmas eve. but left the next
day foregoing a tour to Jerusa-
Continued on Page 8 d


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Friday, January 3, 1975V
Miami Welcomes Russian Jews
With Assistance Of Federation
Israel welcomes and absorb-;
tens the Soviet Union each year A
Bftiall percentage of that numbex
of Russian Jews wish to resettle
in the U.S. Mid with the help of
organizations like the Greater
mi Jewish Federation, they
can.
Tiie United IIIAS Service In-
formed Miami last spring that
perhaps ISO Russian .lews would
arrivedurir 1974, Within weeks,
the arrh an.
l'.y December, more than 80
families had arrived and were
receiving assistance from the
Federation's "Interagency Coun-
cil on Russian Immigration."
made up of seven members of
Federation's local family of agen-
cies.
Dee 13 was a red letter day
for the l' .y Council.
Amid tears of Joy. it greeted If
new Russian Jewish immigrants
al Miami International Airport
SOME WERE met by relatives
whom they hadn't seen in half
a century Every major news
paper and television station af-
forded the occasion lead-story
coverage.
Morris Griaeswig and his
brother, Abe. had parted in 1929
when Abe left for America. Mor-
ris remained in Poland, but
found himself a resident of Rus-
sia after post-World War 11 bor-
der changes.
Morris' family was killed in the
Nazi holocaust and his farm was
later confiscated by the Soviet
authorities. Yet after years of
persecution, at the a2e of 77, he
chose to join his brother in
Miami.
"We didn't reoognb" each
other." Abe admitted. "But even
at our ace. it's the start of a
new life. I can't believe it's true."
"This is the first happy mo-
ment of my life." said Morris'
stepdaughter, Elizabeth, speaking
in Russian through a translator.
"In Russia I felt like a football
kicked around from place to
place Here I am welcomed bv
family in freedom." Elizabeth
couldn't restrain her tears,
MIAM1AN David Alper had
left Russia in 1914 Sixty years
lat !. through the efforts ol
Hi \s and Fed ration's Ii
agency Council, Mper met his
brother, Nahtim KI peri n. at Miami
International Airport
That was April. 1974 In IV
1 ber, another tearful reunj
; lace at the same spot when
I in freed bia son, his '! rughter in-law 1
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and painful journey from Mos-
cow to Miami, but the ordeal
was now over.
Just beginning, however, was
the work of the Interagency
Council ni Integrating the new-
comers into a new society and
making them comfortable with a
new way of life.
Miami's Jewish Family and
Children's Service leads the < n
sortium ot agencies, including
the Central Agency for Jewish
Education, the Community Chap-
laincy Service, the Jewish Com-
munity Centers of South PI ir da,
the Jewish Vocational Service,
Mount Sinai Medical Center and
the Rescue and Migration Service
(a part of National Council of
Jewish Women) This council
was convened by the Federation,
nr'l its work is fun.led by a sue
cial allocation from Federation.
"Successful integration into
American life requires a wide
variety of supportive services."
satd Federation President Harry
B Smith.
"This Jewish community is
prepared to offer its existing fa-
cilities and is grouping all of its
resources together in a common
effort to meet the needs of Jews
coming here from the Soviet
Union."
EXISTING facilities like the
Jewish Community Centers" day-
care program can be utilized for
the newcomers young chilidren.
New programs like the Central
Agency for Jewish Education's
intensive English language study
courses are also essential.
The Jewish Vocational Service
is providing job screening, orien-
tation and placement. The Jewish
Family and Children's Service is
providing Individual counseling
and casework throughout the in-
tegration process, and is the su-
pervisor.- force within the entire
Interagency Council.
Medical care is being provided
by Mount Sinai Medical
which is also a source of empl >;
men! for certain newcomers with
established medical skills. Re
is counsel 1- provided by the
Federation's Gonununit> Chap-
laincy Service. The National
Council of Jewish Women pro-
vides the volunteers to greet
newcomers on arrival and to as-
sist tht m daring their early atlfj
es of settlement.
United HIAS Service, which
also receives support from
American Jewish communities.
assist* Russian Jews with the dif-
ficult immigration process Set
tlemenl and absorption in a new
culture is a >lex process,
however, in which the newcom-
ers n '' isive assist
each step "f :
IN MIAMI, it is the Federa
tion's Interagency I which
provide- msing. I
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This multi faceted
program provided by a Jewish
community is geared to see new
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for the Aged Thrift Shop at 7300 NW 27th Avenue,
in Miami, are an important part of the Home's operat-
ing income.
Won't you help the Home today by contributing items
for resale at the Thrift Shop?
Do you have furniture, appliances, bedding, cameras,
clothing, sporting goods or any other saleable mer-
chandise which you no longer need or can use?
Do you know someone, a friend or a neighbor, who is
redecorating? Perhaps a hotel, an apartment house.
Tell them aboul our Thrift Shop.
Douglas Gardens has serious financial needs since 65
of its 222 residents are public welfare recipients. With
increased operating costs, and public assistance pay-
ments in Florida the lowest of all states, the Home
urgently needs your help to maintain its high quality
care. May we count on your support?
Just phone 696 2101 and arrange for our truck to pick
up your merchandise.
And remember contributions to tfit Thrift Shop
are tax deductible.
The Douglas Gardens family .. residents, Board and
staff thank you.
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Myron Brodie Appointed To
Interfaith Consulting Group
Myron J. Brodie, executive
vice president of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, has been
appointed to the Interfaith Con
sultation on Social Welfare as a
participating member.
This group is comprised of pro-
fessionals from Protestant. Cath-
olic and Jewish welfare agencies
who meet to discuss social work
concerns, explore problems com-
mon to all three faiths in the
welfare field, and to act in an
advisory role to the Department
of Health, Education and Wel-
fare of the Federal Government.
The Interfaith Consultation on
Social Welfare, which communi-
cates with its membership regu-
larly and meets twice a year,
was formed in 1958 upon the re
quest for consultation by the
then Secretary of Health, Educa-
tion and Welfare, Arthur Flem-
ming.
During the past six years.
Myron J. Brodie has been involv-
ed in all aspects of Federation
activities. He came to Miami
from Hollywood, where he was
executive director of the Jewish
Welfare Federation and Jewish
Family Service of Broward Coun-
ty for four years.
During this time. Mr. Brodio
was also on the faculty of the
Barry College Graduate School of
Social Work, where he was re-
sponsible for courses in Com-
munity Organization and Group
Dynamics.
I'nder his leadership, the Fed-
eration in Hollywood formulated
and implemented a Budgeting
Process through which more than
100 cnmmunitv leaders were in-
volved in studying the needs of
agencies and allocation of funds
on the local, national and over-
seas level.
Mr. Brodie is a graduate of
Western Maryland College and
received his Master's degree at
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Continued from Page 1-A
expressed belief that Jordan
would make peace within the
context of negotiations that in-
cluded other Arab count lies
such as the Geneva peace con-
ference.
Eban said he would welcome
another meeting of the Geneva
peace conference on the Middle
last since the conference was an
American-Israeli creation and
offers a better chance of achiev-
ing results than debates in the
United Nations General Assem-
bly.
He said the Geneva conference
limits the negotiations to the
nations directly concerned, and
noted that this was the only
possible way of achieving an
agreement.
Calling this the "golden age
of Israeli-American relations,"
Khan said that between the
Yom Kippur War in 1973 and
the end of November 1974 the
United States had not done any-
thing which had adversely af-
fected Israel.
HE said he doubted the U.S.
would change a foreign policy
which so far has proven success-
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NRP In Turmoil Over Charges
Filed Against Rabbi Bergman
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV(JTA)The Na-
tional Religious Party was report-
ed to he in turmoil over charges
of fraud and other illegal activi-
ties levelled against the network
of nursing and old aged homes in
New York owned hy Rabbi Ber-
nard Bergman, a leader of both
the world and American Mizrachi
organizations.
THE NRP leadership has met
in stormy sessions here and the
party's young guard has demand-
ed Bergman's suspension from
the Mizrachi Presidium pending
the outcome of joint American
Federal-State hearings into the
charges which are scheduled to
open in New York City on Jan.
21.
Rabbi Bergman came to Israel
earlier this month after the New
York State Temporary Commis-
sion on Living Costs opened an
investigation of his nursing
homes amid allegations of fraud
in the use of Medicaid funds
which reportedly were contribut-
ed to synagogues and charities,
to key Republican and Demo-
cratic officials and to the Miz-
rachi organization.
BERGMAN left Israel last week
and reportedly is in Vienna
Some sources said he was return-
ing to the U.S. for the Jan. 21
hearings.
Rabbi Bergman, a former presi
dent of the Religious Zionist Or-
ganization of America, heads the
Mizrachi's Religious Education
Committee in the U.S. He is also
one of three members of the
World Mizrachi Presidium which
is closely connected to the NRP
ANOTHER member and asso-
ciate of Rabbi Bergman is Swiss-
Jewish financier Tibor Rosen-
baum whose financial troubles in-
volving millions of dollars in in-
vestments by leading Israeli
firms has created a major scan-
dal here.
Rabbi Bergman reportedly be-
came a multimillionaire through
the operations of nursing homes
in New York City and State and
in New Jersey which receive
large sums of money from Med-
icaid. The alleged misuse of these
funds and deplorable conditions
in many of the homes were ex-
posed in recent articles in the
New York Times and the Village
Voice.
THE FIRST reaction of Or
thodox circles here and in New
York was to denounce the Times
reporter. John Hess, as anti-
Semitic. But that allegation has
been rejected.
Last week two major American
Jewish organizations the
American Jewish Congress and
the Federation of Reform Syna-
goguesurged New York Gover-
nor-elect Hugh Carey to launch
a state-wide probe of the Berg-
man homes.
SUBSEQUENTLY, a subcom-
mittee of the Senate Special
Committee on the Aging an-
nounced that it was joining the
investigation in New York City.
Sen. Frank Moss (D. Utah)
chairman of the subcommittee, is-
sued subpoenas calling on 35
nursing heme operators and sup-
pliers to produce records for the
hearing. Rabbi Bergman and his
wife were among those for
whom subpoenas were issued.
MEANWHILE, the State Temp-
orary' Commission on Living
Costs, headed by State Assem-
blyman Andrew Stein, has start-
ed criminal contempt proceed-
ings against Rabbi Bergman for
failing to respond to its sub-
poenas.
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Friday, January 3, 1975
Award to Ben Essen
The 1974 Human Relations Award of the Society of
Fellows of the Ann Defamation League of B'nai B'rith to
Ben Essen is one with which the community can be justly
proud.
Essen was a fine choice for this honor.
A long-time community leader, he has been actively
involved in such philanthropic organizations as the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation; civic clubs, among them tha
Masons; Jewish fraternal groups, including B'nai B'rith;
and many others.
South Floridians who have lived in our community
for many years, know the Essen name well, including that
of his wife, Hazel, in her own right active in humanitarian
and organizational affairs.
Essen's crdent affiliation with the programs of the
Florida Anti-Defamation League is as well-documented as
all of his other contributions to our community.
Together with his son, Richard, he servsd as chair-
man of the ADL's 1973 Society of Fellows fund campaign.
The League could not have chosen a more apt reci-
pient for its distinguished award. We join the community
in congratulating him.
The Campaign Task
The Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
for 1975 has already lined up its chairman in the name
of L. Jules Arkin. This skilled Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration leader, of which he is a vice president, is now
setting his sights on the difficult job ahecd.
The magnitude of that job is to some extent mirrored
in the fact that SIC million has already been pledged for
humanitarian programs for the people of Israel at a United
Jewish Appeal gathering in New York, where former Is-
rael Prime Minister Golda Meir was the keynote speaker
in mid-December.
And that representatives of the Jewish communities
of Belgium, Greet Britain, France, Italy and West Germany
took "part" in the gathering with a meeting of their own
several weeks before in Geneva, Switzerland, to add their
own support to the pledge that would be announced at
the New York meeting.
All of this spadework for the 1975 campaign obvi-
ously has its inevitable impact here on us.
Arkin is already reminding the community that the
cost of absorbing a new Russian immigrant family of four
into Israeli society is somewhere in the neighboihood of
S50.000.
The cost of helping Israel sustain herself in the face
of a frightening inflation caused by the 1973 Yom Kippur
War is on a similar astronomic scale.
As is the cost of maintaining the working budgets of
the Federation's local agencies.
With Arkin at the helm, the message he sends to the
rest of all "hands on deck" is clear: Anchors aweigh; let's
set sail and give of ourselves and our means.
Dr. Wolfson Leaves Us
He didn't make his goal in numbers. But his whole life
was the example of a man who was "making it" all along.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, Miami Beachite and humani-
tarian extraordinaire, has left us at age 93. He hoped to
make it to 100.
In fact, one of Dr. Wolfson's last communications to
us was a note attached to one of his books, "How to Live
100 Years Happily," in which he offered us his kindest
greetings.
And in our own columns, only days before his death,
we ran a feature, "At 93, Dr. Wolfson's Still Riding Bikes,
Climbing Stairs."
He was seven years short of his goal.
Otherwise. Dr. Wolfson's rich life was marked by
srtudy, intellectual occupation, the need to share his knowl-
edge in the books he wrote and in the lectures he gave,
and to teach others reverence for the body as well as the
spirit of man given to us by God and therefore to be hon-
ored with care.
No man could have aspired toward more meaningful
goals and fulfilled them with greater humility and, may
we say, success in the example of his own life.
Oil Plan a Big Turning Point
By JOSEPH AI.SOP
WASHINGTON There la at
a slim possibility that Dr.
Henry A. Kissinger's new plan
for dealing with the oil crisis
will be remember as a major
turning point, rimost like the
Marshall Plan of glorious mem-
ory. "**
It would he better than a slim
.ility. if it were not for the
rancid stata of polities in the
United States and in most allied
countries too.
THE REASON'S the Kissinger
scheme may pro** so important
are simple enough. On the one
hand, the oil crisis, if nothing
is done al>oii! it. 1- mathematic-
ally certain to lead on to 1
financial smash and a brutal
WOrldwidl dc;n-">-;i>n.
On the other hand. |
first scheme for contain::,
effects of the oil cn>is thai
not sound like 1 Rube Goldberg
blueprint for a perpetual niution
machine.
The fir>t Imaginably
machine for warding ofl 1 1.1
disaster deserves a tew
.and will need thc:n to
iugh the blatherskite Cor*
- it all deserves 1
in needto be more 1
undersl tod So here goes
THE SCHEME rests 01
VioUl fact that the \.
surplus of the oil-pr
has to bo put
either by investment or ..
lie'.''1-
From this fact, a lecon I
inevitably arises The cum'
r billions for -
e have huge flnar 1]
pluses, despite ti
price they will be pa>tag
energy.
Meanwhile, oth^r major V.. fr
ern countries will be paying
M for oil without any ,
pens.it ine inflow of Arab ;
THESE OH NTRIE<
in^ done t > solve the pi
mu-: unavoidably go si
t'ne 1 nd The main one- 1
meets, 1
' ,;n if the \r. bs get I
making sh : tei :-. k 1
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COMMENT
a- faithful readers have no
doubt noted, 1 am not
anti-Jewish statements or acts go
by. wheth ; n 1 le by ;
figures or the pn --
LAST WEEK I fin d
to the Village Voice to protest
I > be a
anti-Semitic pa in an ar-
ticle !>\ one of t"!>
Jack Newfiel 1 He has bei 1
lowing the lead of the New York
Times in the acti
of Bernard Bergman, a world-
wide Mizrachi
rabbi, and currentlj under in-
; for alii
a chain of nursing home- under
his control.
The allegations against I
man arc sickening, if true, ii
ins the fact that his parents were
convicted of smuggling hi
into the United States in s.
siddurs. So. as he brings his ar-
ticle to a close in the loose, edi-
torializing style of the Village
Voice. N'ewfield writes: "But
what kind of a Jew is Bergman""
In the same issue there were ar
tides hostile to Nelson Rocke-
feller, to Richard Nixon and
others, but no writer raised the
cry: What kind of Baptist, what
kind of Quaker, what kind of
Christian? for these people.
And to compound it. N'ewfield,
a writer with impressive creden-
tials in the fieJd. concludes his
piece with "The fact is that the
Bergmans of this world are one
cause of anti Semitism," It is a
statement which would put him
in a class with Saxbe. Brown.
Hruska and BuU. except that he
does not have their excuse of be-
ing mental midgets.
ON THE other hand, we must
take a look at our tendency to
over-react to any criticism or
fancied slight. Anyoneor group
which takes a less than posi-
tive view of Israeli policy on the
ininn question, let s say. is
immediately suspected of anti-
Semitism, ff there is often good

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so endemic in our km
In embattled Now York, the
forced re- n of a rabbi
from a political Job last week
bv LWAKI) (MEN
by the "'< I
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At ., time in histor)
see Israel In mortal
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United States, th
who are confident that th
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rist in the US., there
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Friday, January 3, 1975 ^
itic Propaganda Roll
Off Arab Presses and Into U.S.
Rabbi Abraham Korf, (left) regional director of the Luba-
vitch Movement, presents a plaque to Chabad House's
principal benefactor, Joseph Margulius.
Dedication Dinner Honors
Benefactors Of Chabad House
The Margulius-("habad House
Dedication Dinner. hld this
month at the Seagull Hotel. Mi-
ami Beach, raised S55.000 for the
Lubavitch center's multi-faceted
program of religious activities
According to Rabbi Abraham
Korf. Chabad House director, the
dinner's success is a reflection of
the Jewish community's current
re-identification with traditional
values and ideals.
"We have left behind the cyn-
ical rejection of religion 9een in
the last few years." said Rabbi
Korf. "In these confused times.
Jews are realizing all over again
that it is the spiritual values
which remain clear and con-
stant."
The dinner, which was attend-
ed by 184 persons, honored the
principal benefactors of Chabad
House. Joseph Margulius. Abe
Diamond and Dr. Meyer Liscow-
ies It was coehaired by Menashe
Hirsch and Irwin Block and the
guet speaker was Rabbi David
Lehrfield of Kneseth Israel Con-
gregation. The master of cere-
monies was attorney Sandy
Genet.
The money raised will be used
to finance Chabad House pro-
grams aimed at bringing the ex-
periences of Torah Judaism to
Jews everywhere.
During the recent Chanukah
holiday. Chabad House dis-
tributed free of charge 5.000 full
scale Menorah and candle sets.
Various educational programs
such as the Machon Chana Semi-
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supported.
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LOS ANGELES (JTA)Anti-
Semitic propaganda of the most
scurrilous sort is being published
in the Arab stales and distribut-
ed world wide on a scale that
compares with the worst efforts
bv the Nans, according to a re-
port released by the American
Jewish Committee.
The study, titled "Political and
Relipious Anti-Semitism: Weapon
in the Arab-Israeli Conflict."
found that "there are now m ho
editions of the notorious forgery
The Protocols of the Elders t>l
Zion' published in Arabic than in
anv other language."
T11E REPORT was made pub-
lic at the closing session of the
four-day annual meeting of the
AJCommittee's National Execu-
tive Council hen .
It noted th.-t anti-Jewish prop-
aganda, including the "Proto-
cols." is currently being intro-
duced into Africa. Asia and
Latin America.
In 1963. the Islamic Institute
in Beirut printed 200.000 copies
of the "Protocols" in French and
100.000 in English for export.
Editions in other languages, in
largo printings, have appeared
throughout the Western world
and excerpts have appeared in
textbooks for Arab school chil
dren and in armed forces indoc-
trination manuals, the report
said.
IT FOUND "even more dis-
quieting" the "perversion of re
ligious thought to political ends"
in Moslem countries.
"Although Islamic tradition
holds Judaism to be a religion of
true revelation, and the Bible a
holy book for both Jews and
Christians, Moslem scholars have
recently misrepresented and
slandered the Hebrew Scriptures
and attributed all manner of
crimes to the innate depravity of
Jews and their religion." the re-
port stated.
A report in a similar vein from
the AJCommittee's European Of-
fice was made public at an earli-
er session of the National Execu-
tive Council meeting.
It stated that blood libel charg-
es leveled against Jews in medi-
eval times Still are being com-
memorated In ceremony or art
in several Western European
countries.
LEGENDS ALLEGING Jewish
'ritual murder" of Christian chil-
dren or profanation of holy wal-
, : ipp isi tO have bled or
produced miracles continue to
be propagated in several Span-
ish cities and towns and are as-
sociated with the annual festival
of Lorenzo of Marostica near Vi-
cenu ifl Ittljr, the report said.
While Catholic authorities
have taken steps tO eliminate or
attenuate blood libel celebra-
tion-, requests to the Spanish
Bishops Committee on Ecumet.
ism to abolish the cults of Dom.
ingo del Val in Sara.: >-.i ;
Nino de la Guardia. In tl
lage of that name near Toledo
have been unsuccessful, the re
port said.
The objects of both cull \
venerated as alleged
ritual murder.
THE REPORT noted
works attributing ritual
to .lews are still on publ
in the cathedral of SI V
St. Gudule In Brussi Is in
frescos in the Tyrol vill
Judensteln. and In painti
the church sanetuan in I
enna suburb of Korneutx
Je\si>h ritual erlmi
pitted in a stained i:...--
in a Paris church chap
children are taught tin
chism. the report said
Herman J. Nudelman (center) president of Freedom Lodge,
B'nai B'rith. is congratulated by E. Albert Pallot (right pest
international vice president of the oldest service organiza-
tion, upon passing the 600-mark in membership enrollment k
Seen at a big luncheon meeting held at the Eden Roc ant |
program chairman Edward Serden and Harry Miller (left). ]
At right is Tom Cohen, monologist, who read from Sholom
Alsichem's humorous stories.

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Friday, January 3, 1975
FIRST TIME IN MIAMI BEACH
1975 National Conference On
Jewish Camping Jan. 12-16
Victim of Terrorist Grenade
Has Right Leg Amputated
The 1975 National Conference
on Jevvi-h Camping, to be held
for the tint tiflM in Miami Beach,
will take place Jan. 12 to 16 at
the Deauville Hotel.
The ever-growing phenomenon
of the single-parent family and
how the day camp can best work
with such families will be dis-
cussed by Vivian Becker, teen-
age director of the YMHA South
Beach Activity Center of the
Jewish Community Centers of
South Florida; "The Exceptional
Child in the Hay Camp- who is
he and how can he and the sroup
profit from the day camp ex-
perience?"' will be discussed by
Marvin Lieberman. assistant ex-
ecutive director of the JCAs of
South Florida.
Sponsored by the JWB. the
American Association for Jewish
Education and the Association of
Full Time Jewish Camp Direc-
tors, the Conference la open I I
all directors and staff mem
of camps under Jev......
JWB i> the Association !
i>h Community '.'enters ami Y'-I-
\ U'HAs and cam is in the
> UKJ : ..i-i.i B4 n Ing :.: >iv
than 1.000.000 Jem i
"l-ence program,
which reflects the major con-
Id facing Ft wii !i camping to-
will alto allow time for par-
ants from acrosa the country
to discuss the current economic
situation and to exchange vi( -
on how to best cope with it.
Ses-nms will deal with current
legislation affecting camps, the
all-important Jewish component
in camp programming, the role
of the director and training of
the staff, and the uses of pro-
gram and audio-visual techniques
in tamp.
The keynote address. "The
Place of Camping in the i
i mmunitys Planning Frame-
work.'- will be delivered by
Charles Miller, a^-ociate dire
of the Federation of Jewish
Agencies of Greater Philadelphia
He will focus on thi
iah camping a- a vital Jewish
commimi! liscuss
the reasons why Fedei
should wholeheartedly support
campins.
A number of the ei
tors attending :1>
be from camps c induct*
Jewish Federati.-,- ... well as
from those run by Jewish Com-
munity Cmters, bureaus of Jew-
ish education. Jewish rail
organizations. Zioni-t uroups and
Yiddish cultural b wiies.
The Conference will be opened
on Sunday. Ian. 12 by chairper-
son Joseph A Schwartz, associ-
ate director of the New Jersey
Y Camps.
The first session. "Laws We
Live By." an up-to-date look at
federal, state and local legisla-
tion affecting resident camps,
will be presented by Alan Stolz.
national legislative chairman of
the American Camping Associa-
tion.
Two concurrent workshops will
be held Sunday evening and re-
peated Monday morning so that
all Conference registrants will
have the opportunity to attend
both.
The first work-hop. "The Im-
pact of Family Leisure-Time Pat-
terns on Jewish Resident Camp
ing.'* is a report of a study by
the Florence G. Heller-JWB Re-
search Center and the JWB
Camping Services. The second,
"The Camo Director Takes a
Look a' Himself and His Role.'
will examine how the camp di-
rector's role affects his work
with his staff.
Two sessions will be dei ted
to the Jewish aspect cf camping
A nanel will take "A Look at the
Staff Picture for 1975." and "The
Potential of Audio-Visual Tech-
niques at Camp,' a workshop
presented by the Institute for
Jewish Life, will explain how to
use audio-visual and multi-media
equipment and its potential for
program resources.
A group of camp directors who
took part in JWB's Camp Di-
rectors' Seminar in Israel will
report on their experience, with
emphasis on how camps can in-
corporate an Israel "dimension"
in their programming and a
paper on using the out-of-doors
to enhance camp programming,
will be delivered by Dr. Eugene
M. Ezersky. a camp director and
coordinator of Outdoor Education
and School Camping for the New
York City Board of Education.
For the second year in a row
at the National Conference of
Jewish Camnine special sessions
will be held for directors and
staff members of Jewish Com-
munity Center day camps. The
Day Camp Section is co-sponsor-
ed bv JWB and the Association
for Jewish Center Workers.
Gerald Shavrick is the chair-
person for the Day Camp Section
of the Conference and of AJCW'i
Day Camp Section.
Continued from Page 1-A
lem.
Tourism Minister Moshe Kol
urged an end to talk of war in
the Middle East because it hurts
the tourist trade.
AN ISRAELI military source
agreed, but added "we must take
precautions to protect those visi-
tors who put their safety in our
hands."
In Washington, the State De-
partment condemned the terrorist
grenade attack.
We condemn this latest act
of terror in which an American
citizen was injured.'' a statement
released by the Department said.
"This senseless violence not only
hurts innocent lives but also
works against the atmosphere
needed for a just ami peaceful
settlement of the Middle East
conflict."
POLICE ARE holding eight
suspects out of more than 40
detained for questioning after the
bus was attacked
The Palestine Liberation Or-
ganization, which claimed respon-
sibility for the grenade attack at
Azariych. warned Christmas vis-
itors "not to ;j,o to Occupied
Palestine." The warning was con-
tained in "Wafa," the PLO organ
published in Beirut.
ISRAELI ARMY sources de-
nied thai 1st* I had agreed to
suspend its preventive shelling of
terrorist strongholds in southern
Lebanon during the holiday sea-
son in return for a Lebanese un-
dertaking to restrain terrorist in-
cursions against Israel.
The sources said the army prom-
ised only to try to avoid hitting
olive groves on which Lebanese
farmers depend for much of their
income. But they -..aid they could
not guarantee that the groves
would be unharmed.
Israeli farmers in Upper Gall-
lee were reportedly angered at
reports of the truce, which they
isid would allow Lebanese farm-
er- to tend th*ir crops unscathed
while I-raeli farmers had to re-
main on ^uard against terrorist
a'tack-.
1
First Lodge Meeting Of 75
Geoi Gershwin Lodge,
Knights of i' will hold its
first f 1975 Monday,
Jan 8, si 7 30 p.m in the Surf-
Center, 9301
Coll as A I hancellor Com-
mander Max Kaminski will pre-
side. Ri ants will be -erv-
ed,
Argentine Poliee Chief
Resigns Under Pressure
Continued from Page 1-A
Command' called the Great San
hedrin which seeks world domina-
tion.....They try to promote
the use of drugs and eroticism to
weaken the people. .
"Jews or Zionists send im-
mense sums of money to Israel
. perturb workers and employ-
i rs, organize frequent strikes in
industry and transport try to
i edit the church and the
armed forces. We shall put all
the needed obstacles to Jews.,
Communists and Freemasons so j
that they do not progress with:
their plans."
THE DIATRIBE brought a
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Rabbi Blank'- topic will be
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January 3, 1975
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5)75 CJA-IEF Campaign h Now In Progress
Continued from Page 1-A
>NE OF the most serious prob-
is Israel faces today is a crit-
housing shortage, with con-
*8P^
1. WHS AKKIN
. "new immigrant* l.feblood '
ruction costs rising and waiting
ts for adequate apartments
pnving tremendously
.sew immigrants require He-
Je* language skills and job re-
laining. medical care, education
V their children and subsis-
tn?e. as well as housing Funds
Or vital sen ices like thesa are
Svvidcd-by world Jewry through
:: of campaigns like Mi-
Combined Jewish Appeal-
bra Emergency Fund.
-The benefits of CJA-IEF UK
i nly in I Tael. but here
U.S. Arms
low Max Be
Increased
Continued from Page 1-A
I e shipment ol F-1
ttay of the Is aeli Aii
Nelson, who author* I
ion of the Foreign Aid Bill to
ingress greatei mtrol ol
ea of military I and
Irvices to other nations
ractice now wholly conti
the Administration through
he Defense and State I epart-
I stated that re| orts in-
|cate that tha State De
ent has recommended U.S.
transfers to the S i i Us to
knii> four mechanised brigades,
Ich with three mechanized in-
kntry battalions; ;a tank battal-
ia, and "other combat and
I support elemi nts"; an
station group headquarters
|t!i two assault helic pter bat-
one attack belie
Ittalion; and two air cavalry
kttalions and two aaaa ill sup-
irt helicopter companies.
THE STATE Department has
Mther confirmed nor denied
bxis plan, Nelson said.
"Meanwhile," Nelson said, "we
also selling arms to Iran,
non-Arab power located
the Persian Gulf from
Midi Arabia."
He noted that Iran bought $-'
lllion worth of weapons in 1973
id another $3.5 billion worth
fiscal 1974 and recalled
tiat under a 1959 agreement
the U.S. is committed to 'take
:h appropriate action, includ-
_ the use of armed forces, as
y be mutually agreed upon'
protect Iran."
NELSON'S legislation forces
ithe Administration to tell Con-
[gress about individual arms sales
contracts of $25 million or more.
le Administration would have
to submit to Congress its sales
lans and Congress would have
JO days in which to make a pol-
icy decision to prohibit the sale
it wished.
The amendment also requires
arms sales to be reported to
igres* quarterly.
in Miami as well." added Mrs.
Sol Gold>tein. 1975 Campaign
Chairman for the GMJF Women's
Division.
"OUR FAMILY of more than
20 local agencies provide serv-
ices to Miami Jews who could not
be helped at all without the suc-
cess of CJA IEF.
"I'm referring to providing hot
Kosher meal? for elderly Miami
Beach residents who might other-
wise go without dinner. I'm re-
ferring to the fostering of a
strung Jewish identity among
e students and youn i r
children with educational pro-
grams.
"I point ..1-i > the superb
care offered at Miami's Jewish
Home and Ho.-pital for the
and at Mount Sinai Medical ( en-
ter, as well as the county-wide
programs of the Jewish Com-
munity Centers.
"THERE ARE almost too many
real, life-giving services to men-
tion which depend on CJA-IEF
for their support," she said. "All
of us here are experiencing the
pressure of economic hard times,
Vet does thai mean we can allow
our humanitarian aid to less
fortunate Jews to stop? I hope
not.
"To us who support CJA-IEF
our commitments may mean
degree i I personal sacri-
fice.' Mrs, Goldstein explained.
"yet to those Jews on the re-
ceiving end. the services they get
because ol our support may mean
survival or life itself."
THE SLOGAN of CJA IEF in
1975 is "We Are One," a phrase
which came into use during the
Yom Kippur War At that time,
thousands of Jews from all over
South Florida came forward will-
ingly to offer their aid selflessly.
This year, when the needs to
be met by the Federation's cam-
paign are even more staggering.
the oommunity's response cannot
afford to be any less.
CJA-IEF's message for the
coming year is that Jews will
survive because "We Are One."
and time-honored
princ I is upheld.
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JVOW <7U OLr^'s *4ll
t\V ALL the posturing by spokesmen for oil-rich na-
tions and their energetic collaborators, none is
puffing of Dr. M. T. Mehdi.
Visible as a picket demonstrating against Jewish
rallies *nd conferences. Dr. Mehdi lists himself as
secretary-general of the Action Committee on American-
Arab Relations The title is a euphemism for a pro-
Arab propagandist in the U.S.. busy as a bevy of bees.
NOT LONG ago. Dr. Mehdi obtained good position
on the New York Times opposite-editorial page. There
in his letter to unsuspecting readers, he berated Pivm
dent Ford and Secretary Kissinger for raising threats
against oil-producing countries.
What right had they to scold Arab states for hik
ing the price of oil. he asked, when Americans had
been limiting production of food and keeping the price
of food high for political reasons0
Why. the United States could feed the world for
years were it not for the greed of this nation. Dr. Mehdi
maintained. What right do Ford and Kissinger have
then, to fuss about inconvenience caused by a boost
in the price of oil?
AS IS standard operating practice for Dr. Mehdi.
he glosses over essential factors.
# Item 1: America has become a great food-pro-
ducing nation by its own sweat and through its own
ingenuity No entrepeneurs from other lands have come
in to search for the fertile grounds, to plow the soil,
to sow the seeds, to provide the capital. By contrast,
a huge amount of Arab oil profits are windfalls from
the welcomed prospecting, the drilling, the investment
of Americans and British industrialists:
# Item 2: Contrary to the impression Mehdi at-
tempts to create, the United States has provided food
for hungry millions, often without cost and frequently
at prices humanitarians would applaud:
# Item 3: When profits do accrue from agri-
cultural advances in the United States, this nation
reaches out through such devices as the Marshall Plan
and the Peace Corps to help relieve poverty around
the world. Some of our profits, indeed, go for the
relief and rehabilitation of refugees
# Item 4 Refugees? Why cannot Dr. Mehdi and
those for whom he speaks now demonstrate unselfish
impulse by using a sizeable share of oil largesses to
care for Arab refugeesthe one enclave among the
many collections of the refugees in the world that we
hear about so often?
IN CONTRAST lo th"-e suggestions, the oil rich
DOSS now swelling the treasuries of Arab lands are
already being employed to give Saudi Arabia. Kuwait,
and other Arab states a piece of Western property.
That building down the street of Atlanta, that
island otf the coast of South Carolina, that hotel in
Chjbago; take a good look, for tomorrow these proper-
ties and hundreds more will be in Arab hands.
Even now. Arab interests are reliably reported to
have insinuated more than a billion dollars into the
American economy. By this time next year, that amount
is expected to double. Arab oil income is topping $100
billion a year Conservative economists estimate that
soon. Arab governments will have half a trillion dol-
lars to invest.
ONCE THIS process escalates as it is expected to
advance. Arab Investors in the United States can be
expected to influence American advertising copy.
From there it's an easy jump to the purchase of
newspaper and magazine plants. A dreary outlook, but
we would be foolish to stick our heads in the sand
whence comes the oil.
Dr. Mehdi. with his double talk about America's
hypocrisy in dealing with food production while com-
plaining about the outlandish boost in oil prices by
Arab nations, is just a small sample of muchfar too
much that lies ahead. An energy crisis is one thing:
the capture of a political and economic stranglehold on
America by Arab oil sheiks is the energy crisis multi-
plied endlessly.
t>
Time for rejoicing. Time for Sorrow.
Kobcrt t^eaol
We rejoice because it now appears that the USSR
desire for favored-nation status in trade has proved
greater than Moscow's determination to continue its
> i policy against easing procedure for emigration of
Soviet Jews. 0 -
1$ THE same hour, we sorrow because the UN
General Assembly has opened its doors to the Pj1ps.
tine Liberation Organization, wrapping Arab terrorists
in the mantle of international respectability
For if it proves true, as now indicated that some
80.000 Soviet Jews and other USSR citizens will be
permitted to leave Russia annually, those emigreet who
journey into Israel for freedom and security will fMe
the heightened threat of Palestine Liberation Organu*
tion blood lust. ...
'
w^ewmoHf Sj* an
Political Clout of U.S. Jews
WHEN JOURNALISTS turn sociologists, theit
writings contain interesting and controversial
findings. Stephen D. Isaacs la chief of the New York
Bureau of the Washington Post and served for
many years in the capital.
He knows his Washington and many of those
who make it tick. His book. "Jews and American
Politics" (New York. Doubleday and Co. $8.95, 294
pp.) invites reading, study and discussion.
ISAACS ATTEMPTS to anwer such questions
as: Why is the political power and the contributions
of Jews far greater than their numbers" Why do
Jews seldom run for office" And why do so man\
work behind the scenes as strategists?
The author's answers are based on interviews
with 200 "leading Jews," most of whom are ex
tremcly wealthy and substantial contributors One
of the author's shortcomings as an amateur soci
ologist is his lack of in-depth knowledge of Judaism
and his failure to make any new or profound deduc-
tions or observations.
when HE writes of events in Washington, how
the leading Jews operate politically, and who they
are. he is on firm ground.
I, L. Kenen. Richard Perle. Hyman Bookbinder,
Morris J Amitay and a few others are the front
men for advancing the interests of Israel.
The book is an excellent primer for an under
standing of events that move legislation: why Jews
never become "anchor men" for national broadcast-
ing companies: and a comment made by the first
Jewish president of the American Society of News-
paper Editors, "I spent a lifetime being what one
might ca'.l a eunuch in the religious sense It never
occured to me that there were 'Jewish judgment- "
Isaacs notes a difference between assimilation
and the suppression "antiseptic professionalism
of the Jews in the mass media.
THE INABILITY of McC.overn to emp.v
with Jews and his almost puerile Insistence
sophomoric ; pulisl philosophy is revealed in
meetings th leading Jews.
The author discusses attitudes of Amei
Jews toward 1st tel from the points of coutribul
the exercise of political support of it. and al
He err in asserting that there are fewer
and ethnic Jews worrying over Israel "than
me- thinks" and in making deduct: ina
Rabin 1972 >upport of Nixon.
He proves that Jewish votes are Important be-
cause they vote in a higher percentage than their
proportion of the population.
rCabbi *^amitcl Silver
No Rarity-A Modest Rabbi
rpilEY TELL about the TV producer who said to
one of his writers: "I want a series about a
family with "happy problems.' "
Down in North Miami, Fla.. Rabbi Ralph Kings-
ley has a "happy problem."
AS HE described it in the bulletin of his syna-
gogue. Temple Sinai of North Dade, the difficulty
he's coping with is the big attendance at his Sab-
bath eve services.
Don't thin kthe rabbi is really complaining He
recognizes that a large turnout is the answer to
a rabbi's prayers.
What worries Rabbi Kingsley is that he finds
it difficult to perform the gladsome Jewish custom
of welcoming each worshipper.
AND HE ib also afraid that some people are
not bein^ greeted either by himself or a spe> ..
committee which this fine congregation ha-
shioned
The special committee is called B'nai N
"pleasant people." In his bulletin column, he pli
with the No.. t to let anyone be "lost
crowd.
It is true that the Miami area attracts
people to services than many a non-resort reg
STILL. Rabbi K:ngsle\ l-.as a problem
would arouse the envy of many another n
Modestly, he professes not to be able to e*]
the fine attendance.
A y, no' so much the Miami sir
is responsible but the eloquence and offal t) '
S splendid rabbi Our compliments, Rabbi Km.
Haim Topol How Appearing In Film Based On Life Of Galileo
|| VIM TOPOL. the Israeli actor, was introduced to Holly-
wood nine years ago with his screen portrayal of
"Saitoh." He rose to world fame with his performance as
Tevye in "Fiddlier on the Roof.' both on the I stage, and in the filmic adaptation which earned him a
nomination for an Academy Award.
He now has completed the motion picture. "Galileo,"
written by the German poet dramatist. Bertold Brecht.
who fled Nazi oppression to work during World War II
in \m erica.
"GALILEO" was presented by him in an English-
language adaptation by Joseph Losey and Charles Laugh-
ton at the Hollywood Coronet Theiter as a live" produc
tion in 1947 with Lossy also directing and Laughton por-
traying the title role
"Galileo" tells the story of a 17th century Italian
a.-tronomer who dared to reverse contemporary scientific
thought :md en losiastic dogma by proving that the sun,
not our earth, is the center of the universe (something
also disputed since that time).
Friday, January 3, 1975
Page 10-A
By doing so. Galileo Galilei seemingly defied the
Bible and confronted the authority of th Catil .lie church
In the eyes of Brecht the non-conformist and :
ary. Galileo finally betrayed both science and society bv
recanting under threat of torture and execution.
Dealing with the freedom of though-., the play has
remained timely ever since it was first presented to the
world suffering under the impact of fascism
ELY LANDAU .elected "Galileo" as the first work
to be produced for the screen within the second season of
subscription plays for his American Film Theater
Joseph Losey also directs the motion p.cture version
with Sir John Gielgud, Colin Blakcly. Georgia I
Margaret Leighton, Michael Londedals sad Bd IW
iof Day of the Jackal") joining Topol.
The movie was staged on one large comp -'' ;V
which suggested locations at Padua. Florence. Venice &
Rome; colors, textures and architectural design I i COnWl
a feehng of the richly phrased baroque period
The Landau organization, headquartering at Twei
tury Fox Studios in Beverly Hills, as in the
produced their sei ies for the American Film Th.
here and abroad "Galileo" was completed in En
entation comes from the Madlos of France
IT is the popular stage revue, "Jacques Bi
and Weil and Living la Paris'
It is an accurate transposition by author I
Of his own -how with a t< tel Of 26 chanson- and not OH
word of ipoken dialogue.
The quartet of thespians consists of Elly Stone. M"-
Shuman. Joe Masiell from the original Broads ?**hL
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Friday. January 3, 1975
-Jenis* norkUar
Page 11-A
JOSEPH AISOP
Oil Plan a Big Turning Point
Continued from Page 4-A
In any one of them, a world
depression could begin with a
:t local bast
The Kissinger -cheme therefore
provides for the creation of an
international "facility" with no
less than $28 billion to lend out
to its members with excessive
d< '. its ca isi by high oil costs
Tin: CLUB wi old eons -t >f
thi world's leading industrial na-
: |j this country. Japan
ihe Wesl Tn Europeans
Within the CHlb, the numbers
v h i re expected to attract oil
producers' money in great vol-
ume are the United state-. West
I : \. Japan (now goinc into
surplus again, by heavens!) and
p ?sibly Switzerland and the
N, rlands where 'he oil price
i- not a major problem because
natural gas production).
task of providing th
r "facility with S2.5 billion
9 ...' I be prorated among thei
v fortunate members of the
Cl
ALL MEMBERS of the club
v >uld have to nay an admission
h iwever, in a quite different
All of thorn, notably beginning
v. i the United States, would be
rnly required to reduce oil
c sumption far enough to bring
down total world demar. i bf at
leasl 3 billion barrels per day.
reduction in demand, it is
hoped, would then lead to a re-
duction in the oil price itself.
Thus an actual solution of the
problem mighl finally come with-
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Catholic and Jewish congrega-
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the City of Miami's second an-
nual "City Under One God" wor-
ship service.
The inter-faith service, which
will be at noon Friday. Jan 24.
in Bayfront Auditorium, will
bring together state and local
public official*, as well as lead-
ers of Miami's civic and business
community.
Mayor Maurice A. Ferre. who
connived the worship service
last year, announced the follow-
ing appointments to the commit-
tee: Dr. Conrad R. Willard.
pastor of Central Baptist Church,
and William A. Meadows. Jr.;
The Most Rev. Rene H. Gracida.
Auxiliary Bishop of Miami, and
Alberto Alexandre. Jr.; Rabbi
Robert J. Orkand. Temple Is-
rael, and David B Fleeman.
A new feature is addition of
three lay leaders to work With
the three religion leaders in
formulating the format for the
WOraUp service.
Gov. Reubin 0*D. Askew 1H
the distinguished slate of public
offic'aN speaking at last year's
successful service, which attract-
ed some 1.000 per>ons to the
Bayfront Band'hell He will once
again he invited and it is antici-
pated he will attend.
A larger gathering is expected
for the second annual event and
the more spacious Bayfront Audi-
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chosen.
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tance, according to other ex-
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to make meaning of our minority
status. We must refuse to be th i
target of Irresponsible Journal-
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same time we must refuse to
(l(.., hl< Ch i
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but it has '' i r been easy to ''>
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Poetess." and recitations by
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hand to call it the Kissinger
scheme.
scheme. It was developed by Dr.
K.-singer and his State Depart-
ment staff, especially Assistant
Seer- tai Th. mas Enders. in full
ard equal partnership with Sec-
retary of the Treasury William
Simon and with the chairman of
the Federal Reserve Board. Dr.
Arthur Bums
But it is less important to
credit where credit is due than
it is to note that the scheme's
reception ha* been pretty dis-
creditable so far.
Al.l. THE major capitals were
consulted before Dr. Kissinger
spoke. The scheme will need an
American supporting credit of at
least S3 billion and perhaps S10
billion.
It is also the first serious sug-
gestion for dealing with a vast
crisis that no one has known
what to do about.
You might therefore have ex-
pected the kind of reepons
ad that the United States re-
ceived when the Marshall Plan
was announced. Vet the real re-
sponse to date can only be de-
scribed as niga'.ing; and the
French response was close to
openly hostile.
IN THE end. to be sure, the
other proposed members of the
club will probably have to join
and pay their duesbecause they
have no visible alternative.
But there are other questions
to ask, too Will the club's other
members and. above all. will this
country really have the self-dis-
cipline to cut oil consumption as
required?
Above all. ir. this country, what
will the blatherskite Congress
do? By just asking these ques-
tions, you find yourself measur-
Ing the terrible distance we have
traveled since George C. Mar-
shall spoke at Harvard
Sidney Siegel. executive vice
president of the Miami Beach
Hebrew Home for the Aged has
just completed 30 years service
in health-related care facilities,
according to an announcement
made by the home's president.
Leonard Zilbert.
Mr Siegel will be honored at
a luncheon sponsored by the
home's Ladie; Auxiliary and
saluted by the board of directors
for his accomplishments in the
health care facility during the
next board meeting.
"Mr. Siegel came to the Miami
Beach Hebrew Home in 1062.
when it was known as the Jewi b
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Florida." Mr Zilbert said. "It
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Cliami, Florida Friday, January 3, 1975
Section B
reshnev Postpones His Visit
To Cairo, Damascus, Baghdad
WASHINGTON(JTA) The
Stato Department had no cont-
inent Monday on the sudden
etponement of Soviet Com-
Party Secretary Leonid
Jrezhnev's visit to Cairo and two
iher Arab capitals scheduled for
kext month.
ASKED ABOUT its possible
Effects on the progress of Middle
East peace negotiations. Depart-
p,.:: -pokesman Paul Hare said
hat Secretary of State Henry A.
[er has consistently felt,
id has stated publicly, that prog-
as still possible by fol-
lowing his step by-step approach
to a Middle East settlement.
Hare said that after Israeli
Foreign Minister Yigal Allon's
visit to Washington earlier this
month it was felt that there
would be further negotiations in
the Middle East *nd that has
not changed.
Hare said he had no knowledge
of any change in reported plans
for a return visit to Washington
by Allon. He had no comment on
a report by syndicated columnist
Jack Anderson that Kissinger had
angrily blamed Israel for lack
of progress toward peace at a
secret White House foreign poli-
cy briefing for Congressional
leaders recently.
THERE WAS no official com-
ment from Israel on the post-
ponement of Brezhnev's Middle
East trip. Unofficial sources in
Jerusalem indicated, how vcr
that if the postponement reflect-
ed new differences between
Egypt and the Soviet Union, it
was good for Israel and the West.
The postponement was an-
nounced simultaneously by the
Continued on Page 3B
'Salute To Israeli Veterans9
Ben Essen (right) received the annual Human Relations
Award from the Florida Chapter of the Society oi Fellows
of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, Presenting
the award is Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Chaplain of ACL's
Florida Regional Board.
Vanik To Speak Wednesday
[Raises $605,000 For Histadrut At Temple Beth Shoiom Meet
Skncha Dinitzz. Israel's Ambas-
Bdor to the United States, urged
imericm Jews "not to sink into
s;>air' over Israel's future. He
poke to 1,000 persons attending
Salute to Israeli Veterans"
punday at the Fontainebleau Ho-
el which raised $605,000 for the
listadrut Mortgage Fund.
"TODAY THE fighting is po-
etical, but if need be we shall
uht again on the battlefront."
)initz told the gathering. 'There
no power under the sun which
an dislodge us. We will not
r.nlc principles lor expediency."
Dinitz reaffirmed Israel's will-
Igness to advance stcp-by-step
ownrd peace coupled with a
eadiness to hit back if attacked.
e stressed that if Egypt wants
peace then Israel "will be a very
willing partner." but if Egypt
is heading for war. "it is unlikely
that Israel will make more con-
cessions. "
COMMENTING on news re-
ports that the Soviet Union has
reaffirmed its support for the
Arabs, Dinitz said Soviet friend-
ship for the Arabs "is their own
business. But if they mean to
arm the Arabs with the most
modern and sophisticated weap-
ons at a time when so many Arab
countries are for the destruction
of Israel that is a concern to us "
Dr. Sol Stein, president of the
land Histadrut Foundation, an-
nounced that the contributions
toward the 9 5 per cent Histadrut
Annuity Trust would help fi-
nance mortgages for Israeli army
veterans and newiyweds seeking
homes.
AN ADDITIONAL $400,000 was
secured during December, bring-
ing this month's income past the
$1 million mark, he said. The
accumulative commitments in
deferred gifts to the Foundation
have passed the $35.5 million
mark.
Dr. Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholora
here and national board chair-
man of th" Foundation, pointed
out that ''World inflation and the
high cost of defense continues to
increase the Israeli trade deficit
which in 1974 was $3 billion.
Long term commitments to the
Histadrut Foundation create
capital funds which in years to
com.' will offset the huge debts."
he said.
Congressman Charles A. Vanik.
co-author of the Jackson-Vanik
Amendment to the recently
passed Trade Bill, will be th"
guest speaker at Temple Beth
Shoiom, 4144 Chase Ave.. Miami
Beach, at 8:00 p.m. Wednesday.
The Jackson-Vanik Amendment
authorizes trade concessions to
the Soviet Union in exchange for
less restrictive emigration poli-
cies, particularly those applied
to Soviet Jews.
THE BILL has been the center
of a great deal of controversy
and passed only after agreements
with the administration and con-
gressional leaders.
Mr Vanik, a Democrat from
Cleveland. Ohio's 22nd District.
is currently in his 20th year of
service in the House of Repre-
sentatives and a member of the
powerful House Ways and Means
Committee since 1965.
CONGRESSMAN Vanik was re-
cently named chairman of the
Oversight Committee, a body
which examines all legislation
submitted to the Ways and Means
Committee.
Charles Vanik has worked in
the House of Representatives to
influence legislation on energy
conservation. Medicare, tax re-
form. Social Security men ises,
unemployment compensation,
health insurance and related is-
sues,
The address, which is open to
the public, is sponsored by the
Greater Miami Jewish Fen ra-
tion's Community Relations Com-
mittee, Social Action Committee
of the Temple Beth Shoiom, and
the American Jewish Congress
and the South Florida Confe
on Soviet Jewry

Five Couples To Be Honored
At Mizrachi Dinner Jan, 8
MOt UVIN AND AMBASSADOR SIMCHA DINITZ
Myron Berezin To Chair Opening
Session Of Executives Seminar
The Mizrachi Hapoel-Hamiz-
rachi, Religl i is Zionists ol
America. Greater Miami Region,
is honoring five distinguished
couples at the annual Scholarship
Dinner Wednesday evening at the
E ten K< E Hotel.
The nonorees include Mr. and
Mrs Max Ileehi. Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Kuttler, Mr and Mrs.
l.euis W. Young. Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Kahn and Mr. and Mrs.
Emanuel Ungar.
Myron Berezin, executive di-
rector of the JCCs of South
Florida, will serve as chairman
of the opening session at the
Metropolitan City Center Execu-
tives Seminar to be held at the
Carillon Hotel Jan. 12-16.
Dr. David Sidorsky. Professor
of Philosophy at Columbia Uni-
versity, will be the Scholar-in-
Rasidence at the Seminar, to be
conducted under the auspices of
JWB-the Association of Jewish
Community Centers and YM and
YWHAs in the United States and
Canada.
'"The Challenge of Change"*
will be the theme of the Seminar.
Executive Directors of Jewish
Community Centers in 15 com-
munities throughout the United
States and Canada will seek to
identify and analyze current and
future trends in order to help
their Centers provide more ef-
fective service in the years
ahead.
Chairman of the Seminar is
Arthur Rotman. executive direc-
tor of the Pittsburgh Jewish Com-
munity Center, assisted by Zev
Hvmowitz. executive director of
the YM-YWHA of Metropolitan
New Jersey, William Kahn. exec-
utive vice president of the St.
Louis Jewish Community Centers
Aociation and Abe Vinik. gen-
eral director of the Jewish Com-
munity Centers of Chicago.
Solomon Greenfield, director of
JWB Personnel Services, is staff
coordinator for the Seminar.
MYRON BEREZIN -.
The president of Mizrachi,
Rabbi Sheldon Ever, states
the purpose of the dinner is to
help support the Mizrachi Bn i
Akiva Yeshivos and to provide
scholarships lor students that is
urgently needed now during the
Israeli economk crisis with the
high inflationary costs
The theme of the dinner is
"Establishing one's home in Kiel/
Yisroel is equal to all the Mit/vos
in the Torah."
The ultimate goal of every
Jew is to settle in Israel. For this
reason the Mizrachi Chapter
chose to honor those members
and officers who are permanent
residents of Israel and also those
who will move to Israel in the
near future.
Max Hecht is past president of
Greater Miami Mizrachi and a
member of the Beth Israel Con-
gregation He was the recipient
of the 1962 Chief Rabbi Isaac
Halevi Herzog Fellowship Gold
Medal Award.
Mr. and Mrs. Hecht are the
founders of an endowed s\ na-
gogue that was established on a
Moshav in Israel 1963. Because
of their notable contributions to
the Jewish National Fund and
many other charities they are the
nominal owners of the
Max and Kate E. Ileeh! in
Moshav Beth Gamliel, Israel
Daniel Kuttler is a member of
Continued on Page liB
Mrs. Merrill L. Hassenfeld of
Providence, R.I.. was elected
chairman of the United Jew-
ish Appeal Women's Divi-
sion at the 1975 National
Conference of the United
Jewish Appeal in New York
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:hnev Postpones His Visit
tiro, Damasciis^Baghdad
iued from Page IB
Igyptian Middle East
|ency in Cairo and by
official Soviet News
Moscow. The Tass an-
ent said the postpone-
by mutual agreement
"a new mutually accept-
for the visit will be
later."
ev was to have arrived
fan. 13 and to have gone
amascus and Baghdad.
ision of his visit to
id Iraq, arranged after
Egypt was announced,
to have been intended
ire of reassurance to the
ents of those countries
olicies have been closer
i's than have been the
Bf the Egyptian govern-
PVERS here in fact be-
postponement may have
to new differences aris-
pen Moscow and Cairo.
nouncement was made
after the arrival in Mos-
I Egyptian Foreign Min-
lail Fahmy and Minister
|Gen. Mohammed Abdel
They were reportedly
the Soviet capital by
response to an urgent
from Brezhnev on Dec.
two high ranking Egyp-
ImilMnt officials were
[to have gone to Moscow
final arrangements for
i's Cairo visit and to ne-
lew Soviet arms deliver-
fot
irees said that Moscow
turbed by signs that
Sadat still retains hope
step-by-step diplomacy
S. Secretary of State
Kissinger has pursued
(iddle East to the exclu-
lussia, e*n faring about
ctory settlement. f
tEMI.IV also feels that
is not been sufficiently
in his support for re-
the Geneva Peace Con-
major objective of So-
omacy in the Middle
the Russian misgivings.
Iponement of Brezhnev-*
visit, apparently on Soviet initia-
tive, could be seen as a warning
to Sadat not to rely on .American
peace efforts to achieve a settle-
ment without Soviet cooperation,
the source said.
Cli. 6 Program
Friday To Focus
On Hebrew Ulpan
'Hava n'daber Ivrif (Let's
speak Hebrew) will be the theme
of a special program on televi-
sion Friday at 10 a.m. on Ch. 6,
focusing on the Community He-
brew Ulpan Program.
Highlighting the program will
Shula Ben DaviJ. Ulpan instruc-
tor, to members of her Ulpan
class.
Also involved in the program
will be Levi Soshuk. educational
consultant to the Ulpan program.
Rita Gold. Ulpan coordinator and
Abraham J. Gittelson. Associate
Director of the Central Agency
for Jewish Education.
The CAJE conducts the pro-
gram in cooperation with the
American Zionist Federation, the
Israel Aliyah Center and the De-
partment of Education and Cul-
ture of the World Zionist Or-
ganization.
The new semester of the Ul-j
pan classes begins next week
with morning and evening class-
es being held at Temple Beth
Sholom. Miami Beach. Temple
Sinai and Beth Torah in North
Miami Beach, and Temple Zicn
and Beth Am in the Southwest.
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The public is invited to attend
the ceremonies of the Sports
Lodge. B'r.ai B'rith. Thursday at
8 p.m. wh"- Guv Stoffman. de-
fensive capu... Hie Miami
Beach High football u. \ will
be named "The Boy of th^
Month-' for his achievements on
the athletic field, studies, char-
acter and communal interests.
The program, which will be
held at the Jefferson National
Bank. 301 Arthur Godfrey Rd.,
will also feature the official films
of the 1973 Maccabiah Games
(Jewish World Olympics) show-1
ing many of the local athletes
who participated against repre-1
sentatives from 27 countries.
Laurie Been. Israeli golf cham-
pion and veteran of the Yom Kip-
pur War. will also participate in
the evening's activities.
32nd Group Organized
The Masada Group of Hadas-
sah. the 32nd Group of the Miami
Beach Chapter of Hadassah. was
organized last week at the home
of Mrs. Manny Lazarus. Mrs. Man-
ny Temkin will serve as organi-
zation vice president; Mrs. Jack
Miller as membership coordinator
and Mrs. Manny Lazarus as presi-
dent, pro-tem. Mrs. Emanuel
Mentz is Chapter president.
Terry and Jules Bagdan, cochairmen of Beth David's Forum
Series, are shown with Russian tenor Mikhail Alexandro-
vich following his performance at the opening of Beth
David's Forum Series Sunday evening, Dec. 22.
Cirrus Tickets May
Be Ordered By Mail
Mail orders are now being ac-
cepted by the Miami Beach Con-
vention Center for the history-
making Bicentennial Edition of
Ringling Bros and Barnum &
Bailey CiTOUS. The Greatest Show-
on Earth will be at the Conven-
tion Center Jan. 22 through Jan.
28.
Tickets may be ordered by mail
from the Miami Beach Conven-
tion Center at 1700 Washington
Ave. Miami Beach. Fla. 33139.
Torhnion Women Plan
Luncheon Thursday
Miami Bench Chapter of the
Women of the American
Society for Technion will have
a luncheon meeting at noon
Thursday. Jan. 9. in the Ifont-
martre Hotel
An interesting program Includ-
ing Patricia Gayle, well known
linger and entertainer will be
presented.
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High Chance Of Renewed War
Within 6 Months JorcLThink*
WASHINGTON (JTA)
President Ford has been pictured
as foreseeing that another Arab-
Israeli war will have even- kind
of shocking consequence, rang-
ing from re-imposition of the
Arab oil embargo all the way to
the t mergence of a measure of
sertoua Anti-Semitism in the
United States.
THIS PKTl'RF. was painted
last week by Joseph Alsop in a
syndicated column which was
bued on an interview with the
President

Aisop stated. "Because of Viet-
nam, he does not think the
American people will stand for
an active U.S. role tin the Mid-
dle East) unless the Soviets in-
tervene first. But in that event,
he plainly feels that our own
military intervention cannot be
excluded."
DISCUSSING why Ford will
not cut the defense budget, Al-
sop wrote: "Like everyone else
of consequence in his Adminis-
tration. President Ford consid-
ers there is a horribly high
chance of renewed war in the
.Middle East within hardly more
than half a year."
New Founders of Bar-Ilan University, located in Miami
Beach's sister city of Ramat Gan, Israel, met with top offi-
cials of the university at a recent reception held at the Ster-
ling Hotel. From left are Seymour Friend, Founder and
member of the executive committee of the Florida Commit-
tee for Bar-Ilan; Jerrold Goodman, Founder and executive
committee member; Dr. Joseph Lookstein, Chancellor of
Bar-IJan University; and Rabbi Karpol Bender, executive
vice chairman of the university. Founders are individuals
or firms contributing 525,000 or more to Bar-Ilan.
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Unique Piano
hmea Taught
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Paul Sobel, Reb< vartI
and Jav Sobel are among I *tu
dents of Andree Juliette Bran,
who conducts a unique class for
"Piano Discovery" ;|' lne Be1~
Sholom School of Fin,' Arts, 4144
Chase Ave. Miami Beach.
Miss Brun toadies children of
all ages in class instruction
rather'than individually a new
approach to the classical method
of teaching i ian i
-An Important factor.'
Mis> Bran, "is thai stud< '
used to playing for one anol ier
right fn m the start l have seen
too many V0UI1
fled at the idea of performing in
front of someone The yearlj 're
cital' is an ordeal for M '
are aware of their faults and in-
adequacies, bul if th !
and casually fall into the
of having other people
all the time, thej will I s
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"I am aware thai clas
tion is certainly nol a n iveltj it
this country, but very "'
mostly geared t'> the b<
or else much later on to the vi
advanced in tie form <>f master
classes." stated Miss Bran.
The Beth sholom School of
Fine Arts is an after school pro
gram, directed by Jud) Drucker,
of the Temple's Cultural Depart
ment. The second trimester will
begin the first week in January
and information regarding fees
and registration may be obta.
by calling Mrs Dracke
Opti-Mi>7(:hii)
To Feature I -M
Theatre (iroiip
Opti-Mrs Club of Miami Beach
will feature the University of
Miami Ring Theatre players in
"Dames At Sea" at their annual '
fund-raising luncheon. Wednes
day. Jan. 22, at the Hyatt House
A 7 day cruise for two given by
The Commodore Cruiac Lines, a
7 day cruise for one given by The
Carnival Cruise lines a 3 day
cruise for two given by The Ba
hama Cruise Lines and many
other prizes will be awarded
Food served will be a our
met's delight, according to Mr-
Murray Sonnett. Commander-in-
chief of the affair.
Mrs. Louis Pilzer U ticket
chairman; Mrs Jack Sega!, prize
chairman; Mrs. Lawrence Vv>s-
ton. ad chairman and Mrs. Jon,,s
Brotman decorations chairman
Mrs. William Carmel is president
of the group.
This is the club's major fund-
raising affair All proceeds will
be used to maintain scholarships
for emotionally disturbed chil-
dren at The Montanari Clinical
School in Hialeah and The Grant
Center in South Miami and to
hel.o support Alpha Howe
Mr. And Mrs. Club To Meet
The newly formed "Mr. and
Mrs. Club of the 50V organized
in conjunction with the YMH\
of North Dade. wi!| mee, Sun-
day, Jan. 19. For further infor-
mation call Martha Pabrlkant
or the VMH.\
Wometco Theatres
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Friday, January 3, jcJ
His Excellency Avraham Ofsr (second from
right), Israel's Minister of Housing, presents
the State of Israel Masada Award to Mr.
end Mrs. Isidore Wollowick at a recent
Temple Menorah dinner on behalf of Israel
Bonds at the Fontainebleau Hotel. At left is
Dr. Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader of
Temple Menorah. At right is Robert L. Sie-
gel, chairman of the board of the Miami
Beach congregation and general campaign
chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization.
North Dade's Jade Winds was cited recently by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation as an outstanding participant in
the 1974 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund.
Accepting the award for their excellent work from 1975 CJA-
IIEF chairman L. Jules Arkin (right) were Sam Schwartz,
Jade Winds' cochairman; Sol Vogel chairman, and Irving
Feldrncn. coordinator.
I
Congressman's Office Moved
Congressman William Lehman
has announced that he is mov-
ing his North Miami Beach Con-
gressional District Office.
'Our new District Office will
be located in the Franklin Cen-
ter at 2020 NE 163rd St. in Suite
No 108. which is right down the
street from our previous loca-
tion.
"It will be far more accessible
to our constituency with its first
floor location right off a very
large parking lot," said Congress-
man Lehman.
"The phone number of the of-
fice will remain the same and
we hope to be fully set up and
open for business this week." he
added.
YCL ARE CORDIALLY INViTED
TO VIE^ THE EXHIBIT OF
W. H. D. KOERNER
*87t-1928
January 6-24, 1975
Wwkdayi 9.0C ojn. le S 30 pm.
BACARDI ART GALLERY
2100 Bn.i S'.d M fir'. Flor 4*.
THE FAMILY OF
JENNIE AND
NATHAN L. ZEICHNER
tcish to express their thanks to the mmny friends
who have expressed their condolences
and given contributions in memory of
JENNIE S. ZEICHNER
who expired December 21. 1974.
Life Memberships
Awarded bv Lodge
Twenty-five members of the
Miami Beach Elks Lodge N i
1601. were awarded life member-
ships at a meetins held last a
in the F.Iks clubhouse. 720 Wesl
Avenue.
Richard P. Bernard, exalted
ruler of the Lodge, awarded life-
membership cards to Julian Ara-
fe. Barnett Beckerman. Edward
Binder. Morris G. Drapkin. Jacob
Farbstein, Nat Fechtner, Samuel
N. Friedland, Louis Glass
David Goldin. Jaro F. Ja
.!>>-< ph K.irp. Ge.ir^e I
K. Murray Kaye, Israel Levy, Ed-
ward Lovell. Barry Pearhnan
Sam Pelsman, Joseph 1
thai. Harry Saffer. Jamas II
Saigh. William Segal, Joseph J
Shafer. Hirry Silverglide. Phil
Straus and Robert W. Yaray.
Irving C. Weinstein is the
newly-elected secretary'.
Galil Chapter Meets Monday
Galil Chapter. .American Mi/
lachi Women, will have a regu-
lar meeting at the Washington
Federal Bldg. 633 NE 167th St..
North Miami Beach Monday at
12:30 p.m. Mrs. Jean Finkelstein
will show slides on Israel. All
members are urged to attend,
and guests are invited.
HOUSEKEEPER-COMPANION
to elderly lady. 1500 Bay
Road. MB. Driver's license
and references. Room and
board plus salary. 854-0250.
Five Couples To Be Honored
At Mizraohi Dinner Jan. 8
Continued from Page IB
the hoard of trustees of the Beth
Israel I 'ion. The Kutl
have contril nerously in
the development oi the Institu-
tional S Of New York.
and have adopted many children
and ii.i r parents
to the Baj it tot orphan i
in Israel which helps provide
care and education for orphans
and homeless children.
Louie W young is a retired
English teacher OH '' board of
education ,>:" New York City and
a graduate of Rabbi Jacob Joseph
Seminary. He was president of
its alumni association for four
years.
The Youngs are members of
Beth Israel Congregation and the
Children's Day Nursery bears the
Young family name as founders
and builders They have visited
Israel at least a dozen times in
the last decade and are ardent
:n-titutions
in Israel and throughout the
United Sta
Milton Kahn U past president
ar.d treasurer of the Kneseth Is-
rael Congregation and the Kahna
are identified w th many Torah
Institutions in America, especial
ly the Torah V laath Yeshiva of
v Vork i 1200 rtudenta
Emanuel Ungar i> past presi-
dent of Young Israel of Greater
Miami and a prune a irker in its
building structure, including the
new Yeshiva : "1 of North
Miami Beach. He is a m
Kneseth Israel i i
well as a membet
tee of the (jr
Miami Hebrew Acad.
Rabbi Dov Bidnick
Lake Synagogue will i
i.. i ii on Guest
the dinner are R
S
I>racl C ition
Da1 id Lehrfield of K
rael Congregation.
. Me; er E
hen Con
ham Seif of Kneatttl 1st
.ion will render the
: cantillations at the :.
accompanied by maestro SrJ
Ferahko
Mlzra. ii Hapoel Hai
has made significant con]
tioni in Lrael and in the I
Stati arttfc I8.000 Yesl
dents supplied with free me
aid. 142 interest-free
cies. Bar-Ilan Univers I I
ing developments of
Aid to Refugee Rabbi-. 30 a
ot fully maintained, f '
vot summer camps for
the Bnei Ak:va and
rachi youth moi en
Singles Dance Saturday
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January 3, 1975
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Paoe 7-8
Vof. Sandier Is
iinclay's Lecturer
IProf. Robert Sanilier of the
-diversity of Mtomi wiH be the
L| speaker of the new yeas as
{ tenfield Adult Institute
es at Temple Israel of
,. ,i r Miami on Sunday morn-
at 10 O'clock.
[Programmed for Chance: A
Ok Ahead in Judaism" will be
,f, Sandier-* theme in his sec-
;:earance, by request, on
le series.
f Pmf. Sandier has been active
the innovation and teaching
Jewish literature courses at
University of Miami in re-
in years, and has published a
lir.ber of scholarly articles re-
|ing to Mible study as well as
[iericafl Jewish life.
l'vyear veteran of the Uni-
Isity ol Miami, Prof. Sandier
been honored by a number
[campus organizations as an
Standing teacher. Tickets of
InisskMI will be sold at the
r for non-subscrib.'rs.
iunior Players
To Present A
llusical Jan. 11
I'Teens Visit Broadway." a
u-.cal production conceived and
.rected by Trixie Levin, will be
keented by the Junior Players
I Temple F.manu-El Saturday,
In. 11, at 8 p.m. in the Fried-
jui Ballroom of the Miami
pain congregation. 1"01 Wash
Iton Ave. There will be dane
in S:rkin Hall following the
trformance.
|Roe (Mrs. Alexander! Kogan
assistant director, and Carla
pr-tel choreographer for "Teens
Ksit Broadway." Deeva Solove
[ill provide musical acconroani-
Jent. assisted by Ernest Fuld at
be drums.
Members of the cast include
ianne Buchwald. Bruce Cohen,
inv Fine. Debbie Fruchtman.
aria Gerstel. Stuart Kaplan,
fccky Pomerance. Robert Prater.
arlos Pundik. Julie Sanders.
Bin Schaffer. Nadine Sohwertx.
imy Schwartz. Debbie Shein-
pr?. EUen TalenfeW and Steven
Iffner.
Mrs. Donald Rose; resident of
Le Temple Emanu-El Players,
bid the Junior Players "have
juht Broadwav to Miami
leach in this exciting musical.
ahich promises to be one of the
(ighlights of our plehration of its 35th anniver-
tn."
Martin Exhibit
At Federation
An exhibit of delightful and
raising illustrations bv award-
Knnins artist Lee Martin is now
\n display in the Greater Miami
Nrish Federation's-second floor
tilery, 4200 Bicavne Blvd.. ac-
>rdine to the Federation's Art
mmittee chairman Stanley Ar-
ts.
Through these work* Mr. Mar-
In has cantured. in his own dis-
inctive stvle. the manv folkloric
Charms of historic and colorful
rsel. Tho artist has made over
15 trins to Israel to perfect his
[oeclalty of Judaica paintings
rnd drawings.
The exhibit \v:ll he n-w *^ the
h"blic from 9-no a.m. to 3:00 p.m
Ihroueh Jan. 31.
fiq Boost For Heart Assn.
The Heart Association of
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pcentlv when "^ North Memi
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mount of si.no. Th>; i
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Friday, January 3, 1975
Coralie Hecht, Charles Guberman
Wed In Dec. 21 Candlelight Rites
Cn:aiie Ruth Hecht and
(Iiai.es Harry Guberman were
mferitd on Saturday, Dec. 21, at
8:UU i ...I. .n the Peacock Kooni
o: the Coconut Grove Playhouse.
Rabbi .Michael hisenstat of
'lein, le Jiiilea conducted the
cancLelight double ring eeie-
in. n. .
i he !. ule. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Hecht of Cora]
Ga its. i, a giaduate <>i (oral
(... .i i High School and Miami-
Dai.e J.inioi CoLege. She attend-
ed the University of Miami
School of Hull nan and spent a
yea.' in l-iael working as a le-
gal secretary for a member of
the Knesset She is now vice
president of Chi My Foimal
Wear.
The bridegroom, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Guberman of Mi-
ami, is a graduate of Southwest
High School. He was stationed
in Jaian for two years, where
he Hew as a navigator tor the
Navy. He attended photography
cohere and is now working as a
commercial photographer for
Associated Photographers.
The bridegroom's sister. Nan-
cy Gubennan, served as maid of
honor: Larry Pius was best
man, ami i/a\.u H'.i-.n and Lar-
iv Apple served as ushers.
Grandparents of the bride.
Mr. an! Mrs. Marcus Hecht. at-
MKS. CNAfflfS M. 61/ftMMAN
tended the wedding along with
20 other memlers of the family
and friends from Montreal.
Guests came from all parts of
the United States and as far
away as England to be present
for the happy occasion.
The G-ibermans have just re-
turned from their honeymoon in
fuoutego Bay. Jamaica, and will
make their new home in Snap-
per Creek Townhouses.
All smiles at success of the Hebew Academy dinner held
at the Diplomat Hotel are, leit to right, Mrs. I. H. Abrams,
Mrs. Irving Firtel, Mrs. George Feldenkreis, Mrs. Alexander
S. Gross and Mrs. Shepard Broad.
Principals in the highly successful Hebrew Academy 27th
annual Scholarship Dinner, which attracted more than
1.00C community leaders, are, from left, I. H. Abrams,
chairman of the executive committee; Irving Firtel. presi-
dent; George Feldenkreis. recipient of the 1974 Hebrew
Academy Community Service Award, and Shepard Broad,
director and former dinner chairman.
Pioneer Women
Plan Meetings
Hi-Rise Tikvah Chapter of the
Pioneer Women Council of South
Florida will present an Israeli
motion picture at its meeting in
the Forte Towers Card Room at
12:30 p.m. Tuesday. The session
at 1200 West Ave.. Miami Beach,
is open to the public.
Pauline Finkelstein, president,
will conduct the meeting; refresh-
ments will be served.
The Hi-Rise unit of the Wom-
en's Labor Zionist Organization
of America also has scheduled a
card party for Wednesday. Jan
15, at 12:30 p.m. in the Forte
Towers Card Room. Minnie
Aarons is chairman of the func-
tion, and refreshments will be
served.
Kinneret Chapter president.
Leah Naparst. will preside at its
regular meeting. Sunday. Jan 12.
at 1 p.m. in Washington Federal
Bank. 1133 Normandy Dr. On
the program will be "A Bargain
Sale" of unique and Interesting
articles as well as "Nosheries,"
also Folk Singing by the Kin
neret Choral Group. Refresh-1
ments will be served: all are
welcome to attend. There will be
no charge. ,
Golda Meir Chapter will hold
its annual Israel Concert Satur
day. an. 11, at 7:30 p.m. in Finan-
cial Federal Savings and Loan
Association's auditorium. 755
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Katherine Lippman, president,
announced.
Braoha Skolnik, soprano, and
the Miami Beach Senior Citizens'
ensemble of 75 members will: <
sent a special group of selections
at the yearly concert
Admission is by donation and
members of Pioneer Women, the
Women's I-abor Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, are urged to at-
tend with relatives and friends
Claire Balaban is publicity chair-
man
Chai Chapter will meet Tues-
day at 12:30 p.m. in American
Savings and Loan Association's
Civic Room. 1200 lincoln Road.
Miami Beach. A motion picture
on Israel will be shown and re
freshments served. Admission is
free and open to he general pub
lie, according to Ida Kovalsky.
president.
Think
Twice!
"Bubble Gum Follies" luncheon and children's fashion re-
vue was presented recently by the Royal Palm Chapter of
Women's American ORT. Children of members modeled
fashions by Melony's Wardrobe of Surfside. Decor included
oversized stuffed animals and helium-filled balloons.
Shown left to right are Mrs. Annette Krass, Membership
vice president; Mrs. Joseph Perelis, president; Mrs Murray
Goodman, chairman; and Mrs. Mark Weiss, Education
vice president. _______________________
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Displaying special awards presented to Mr.
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Mrs. Victor Cohen Chairman Of
Pioneer Women Membership Drive
Dora. (SCO, Victor) Cohen of
North Miami Beach has been
named general chairman of the
most intensive membership cam-
paign in the history of the Pio-
neer Women, Women's Labor
Zionist Organization of America.
Mrs. Cohen's acceptance was '
announced by Mrs. Milton Green,
president of the Pioneer Women
Council of South Florida, which
has some 2,500 members in 18
chapters in Dado and Broward
counties.
The two county membership
drive is designed to add new
chapters in South Dade. North
Dade, Miami Beach. Hallandale.
Hollywood. Fort Lauderdale.
Plantation and other rapidly-
growing communities in South
Florida.
Pioneer Women will celebrate
the 50th anniversary of its found-
ing this year. Mrs Golda Meir.
former Prime Minister of Is-
rael, was its first national sec-
retary in the United States.
Mrs. Cohen, a vice president of
the Pioneer Women Council of
South Florida and past president
of the Aviva Chapter, said a
membershin luncheon at th-.> Bar-
celona Hotel Jan. 23 will high-
MRS. VICTOR CONfN
light the campaign to enlist new
members.
Margot (Mrs. Nathan) Bergthal
of Miami Beach was named reser-
vations chairman for the lunch-
eon Reservations may be mad
at the Pioneer Women office, 605
Lincoln Road Building.
: flu obi lehrman To Offer
[Inaugural Prayer Jan. 7
Dr. Irving I.ehrmi.n. national
I lry president of the Syna-
gogue Council of America, will
thi Inau fural Prayer Tues-
day during the Tallahassee certv
Imonies at which Got. Reubin
O'D. AlkM will be sworn in tor
his second term.
Dr. Lehrman. rabbi of Temple
I F.manu-F.l of Miami Beach for the
past 31 years, is national vice
president of RIAL, (Religion in
|American Life).
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Academy Women's
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Held In Eden Roc
The annual Membership Lunch-
eon of the Hebrew Academy
Women will be held Wednesday,
Jan. 15. at noon in the Eden Roc
Hotel, according to Mrs. Leonard
Adler. president of the organiza-
tion which supports the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy and its
nearly 1,000 students.
Mrs Frances 8 Schnur was
named chairman of the luncheon.
Mrs. Josh Rephun. membership
cochairman. and Mrs. Hyman
Chabner, life membership chair-
man, will work with Mrs. Schnur
in arranging the function.
Fashions by Atelier Angelita
will be featured at a showing of
1975 Spring styles, Mrs. Adler
said.
Final plans for the luncheon
will be completed next Wednes-
day at an open board meeting
scheduled for noon in the audi-
torium of the new Merwitzer
Building of the Miami Beach
School, 2425 Pine Tree Dr.
Other events on the winter
calendar of the Hebrew Academy
Women include a Jan. 26 plant
sale and the Feb 26 Journal
Luncheon, Mrs. Adler said.
Latin Delegates Are Guests
The Jewish community of
Greater Miami will greet 150
Latin American delegates to the
first Pan American Jewish Stu-
dents Conference Saturday at
8:30 p.m in the Hillel Jewish
Student Center. 1100 Miller Dr.,
Coral Gables.
Hadassah Groups
Begin New Yerw
Three Miami Beach Chapter
of Hadassah Groups will begin
the new year, 1975. next Monday
with meetings.
Louis D. Brandeis Group will
hold an 11:30 luncheon meeting
in the Fontainebleau Hotel fea-
turing a film entitled "Part of
Them is Me," Mrs. Irving Tagrin'
will preside.
Kadimah Group will meet at
noon in the Singapore Hotel with
Leona Ruslin presiding Guest
Speaker will be Mr. Karlin. a
member of the ZOA.
Inez Townscnd will preside at
the meeting of the Hanna Senesch
Group in the Delano Hotel at
noon Monday honoring members
and life members. Entertainment
by Walter Scarpella will be
featured.
Triton Towers Group will hold
its Eye-Bank luncheon Wednes-
day at the Seville Hotel with
Hannah Winawer presiding. Tony
Ross will entertain.
Emma Lazarus Group will meet
at noon Monday. Jan. 13. with
Henrietta Fine presiding.
Morton Towers Group will
meet at noon Monday. Jan. 13. in
the American Savings Bank. 1200
Lincoln Rd. Fanny Houtz will
preside. Entertainment will fea-
ture an electronic "Fun Ma-
chine."
Herzl Group will hold its
Founders Day Luncheon in tho
Eden Roc Hotel Wednesday, Jan.
15 at noon with Mrs. Syd Spear
presiding. Gene Barry will en-
tertain.
Winter Visitors Center Opened
Bv Pioneer Women In Miami Beaeh
Establishment of a Winter
Visitor Center by Pioneer Wom-
en, the Women's Labor Zionist
Organization of America, in Mi
ami Beach has been announced
by Harriet (Mrs. Miiton) Green,
president of the Pioneer Women
Council of South Florida.
The Winter Victors Center
will be housed in a hospitality
suite adjacent to the Pioneer
Women's office in the 605 Lin
coin Road Building, and will be
open Mondays through Fridays.
Mrs. Israel (Rivoli) Kalish of
New York, a Miami Beach winter
resident, has been named chair-
man of the Winter Visitors Cen-
ter. Mrs. Green said.
Mrs. Kalish was appointed by
Mrs. Charlotte Stein, national
president of the Pioneer Women,
who will highlight the celebra-
tion of the organization's 50th an-
niversary with a Golden Jubilee
Convention in Miami Beach in
October, 1975.
A mini luncheon welcoming
visiting members of Pioneer
Women from throughout the na-
tion will be held Tuesday. Jan.
MRS. ISKAIL KALISH
28. at 12:33 p.m. ;n the Barcelona
Hotel. All Pioneer Women mem-
bers who are visiting South
Florida are welcome, but a vance reservations must be mads
at the Winter Visitors Center.
Mizrachi Women's
Chapters To Meet
Vered Chapter. American Mi/
rachi WOmen. will present come-
dienne Charlotte Cooper in "A
Nite of Comedy" Sunday begin-
ning at "30 p.m in Sky Lake
Synagogue, 18151 NE 19th Ave.
Bagels and lox and cream cheese
will be served, according to Mrs
Dov Bidnick, president. Addie
Galler and Yetta Axelrod are
accepting reservations.
Shalvah Chapter will meet
Wednesday at 8:15 pjn. in the
home of Mrs. Robert Entin. 3711
Chase Ave. Mrs. Jay Dermer will
discuss "Israeli Women vis-a-vis
American Women." Mrs. Alex
Paul is president.
Geula chapter president Mrs.
Leo Oster announces its meeting
at 8 p.m. Wednesday at Beth Is-
rael Congregation, 40th St. and
Chase Ave. Dr. Roslyn Horowitz,
psychologist, will be the guest
and her topic will be "Parents
and ChildrenWhat's Right Any-
more?" Mrs. Abner Esterman is
program vice president.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation Executive Vice President
Myron J. Brodie (center) greeted Russian ballet stars Valery
(left) and Galina Panov, who visited Miami recently after
a long struggle to emigrate to Israel. The Panovs spoke to
the press at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and were
guests of honor at various events on behalf of the 1975
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund Cam-
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Friday, January 3, 1975
High School In Israel Offers
& Weeks Of Intensive Study
High school stidents from all
over Dade County can now en-
roll for what will prove to be
the most exciting quinmester of
their public school careers.
The Greater Miami High
School in Israel, sponsored by
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration and the Dade County
Softool Board, is now accepting
a;>phcations for its winter, 1975
quinmester. beginning; Jan. 27.
Application can be made
through any high school counsel-
or or directly through Mr. Wein-
berg at the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation.
The High School in Israel of-
fers eight weeks of intensive
study, based at the educational
complex of Beit Berl, 15 miles
northeast of Tel Aviv.
Student fees are computed on
a sliding scale, based on ability
to ; ay. The price of the term
Include! round trip airfare, room
and board, land travel expenses,
instruction and health and acci-
dent insurance.
Rabbi Morris A. Kipper of !
Miami is director of the High |
School."' explained the program's
chai man. Mrs. Morton Silber-
man. "And he is assisted by a
Uttti of highly qualified Amer-
ican and Israeli classroom and
ii '11 instructors, as well as coun-
selors and administrators.
The quinmester in Israel of-
fefi teenagers the op|>ortunity
to experience an unforgettable
living and learning period
abroad. Kmphasis in the courses
fa on Hebrew language, history,
archaeology, geography and Mid-'
die Fast current events.
'The most exciting part of
the term.'' said Mrs. Silberman,
'is that the students learn i
about the greatest events in '
Western history right at the lo-
cations where they took place!" (
Soeial science*, natural sci-1
ences, mathematics and physical (
education are also offered dur- ,
ing a term at Beit Berl. Another '
outstanding feature of the
Greater Miami High School in
Israel is the opportunity for
Yivo Series Continues
The Yivo Committee of Great-
er Miami has arranged a schedule
- of cultural activities for the 28th
season in Temple Beth Sholom
Miami Beach. The series coniin-
ues Wednesday at 8:30 p.m.. with
author Joseph Mlotek discussing
Jewish Folk Lore and the Folk
Song." Wednesday. Jan 15.
Moshe Starkman. journalist and
writer, will be featured in a dis-
cussion of "Misconceptions About
Jews and Judaism."
Lorber Chapter Meeting
The Lorber Chapter of the
National Asthma Center will
hold its regular meeting Tues-
day, Jan. 14, at 10 a.m. at the
El Conquistador Restaurant.
2121 Ponce de Leon. Guest
sneaker will be hypnotist Dr.
Howard Reiziss. Reservations
may be made by calling Selma
Rappaport.
Lowe Levinson Exhibition
Featuring Stern, Imbol
The Lowe-Levinson Art Gallery
of Temple Beth Sholom is featur-
ing an exhibition of watercolors
and charcoal drawings by YonJ
Stern, and oil paintings by Imbal.
two prominent Israeli art
The Art Gallery hours are 9
a m. to 5 p.m. Monday through
Friday. Saturday and Sunday 9
am. to 12 30 nm. Judy Drucker
la the Gallery's director._______I
Famous Cantor Is Guest
The world famous interpreter
of Hebrew liturgy, also known as
the "Latt Vohlin-r Cantor." Can
tor Hatua Rafaivilover, will per-
form the service Saturday, Jan
11. at Auudath Israel llebn-. In
stitute. 7801 Carlyle Ave. Miami
Beach. The pitblie is invited and
there is no admission charge. I
IMS. MOtrON SUBltMAH
field trijs to the Galilee. Jeru-
salem, the Dead Sea and other
significant locales in Israel.
Happenings .
APPOINTED Mike Jacobson
has been appointed vice-president
of Xikki Beare & Associates. Inc.,
a South Miami based firm spe-
cializing in public relations, ad-
vertising, and corporate com-
munications. Jacobson has been
in the communications field in
South Florida for about ten
years, having served as an ac-
count executive with several
major public relations firms.
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CLASSESEvery Thursdav at
7:30 p.m. cellist LawTence Bud-
man will conduct a class in music
appreciation at the Ida Fisher
Junior High School. Admission
is free.
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FREE TESTSAs a community
service, the Hearing Improve-
ment Center of Greater Miami
will conduct free hearing screen-
ing examinations beginning 9
a.m. Monday and continuing
every Monday through the month
of January- For an appointment
call the Center.
??Quiz Box?? \
Bv RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX

Why are the tefilin plac-
ed or. the itrm first twfore
they are placed on the head?
This is the order mentioned
in the Hook of Deuteronomy
where the scriptures write. "It
shall be for a lign on your arm
and for frontlets between your
eyes."
Some comment that the
agents leading to sin are the
seeing eyes, the desiring heart
and the arm which acts.
Since placing the tefilin on
the arm covers two of these be-
cause the left arm is near the
heart the arm is given pref-
erence. This would indicate that
the purpose of the tefilin is to
guard man from committing evil.
If man would only hesitate from
going after everything he sees,
pursuing his heart's desires and
using his arms to achieve all of
these, he would In? safeguarded
from the eventuality of wrong-
doing.
In this respect, tying the tefi-
lin around the arm and around
the head indicates a gymbol of
control. Consequently, man i,-
guided In his melon, in hu i
ing. and in his actions through
the tefilin.
Why are the portions from
Scripture inscribed innide the
tefilin which i- placed on
the hnnd all contained in
one scroll, while the portions
contained 111 the tefilin plai-
nt on the heiul are inscribed
in four scroll*?
Many commentaries claim that
man is allowed the luxury of
speculation in his mind where he
can register many differ)
ideas. Yet. when it comes to his
acts, there can only be one pn
er way of behavior in cot
nance with the requirements of.
the faith.
Judaism, thus, has compara-
tively little dogma. It is rather
a religion of action and deed.
Generally shaking, the thoughts
and ideas ire fruitless without
the action and deeds which
s|>ell out the true consequences
of the faith.
JEWS
/ Greater Miami
Vcu ewe it to yourself arid to your family to keep informed and
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Friday, January 3, 1975
+Je*4sii fhrkHftri
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Winter Term Ulpan Classes
Scheduled To Begin Monday
Monday will be H -U Day,
when classes of the winter term
of the Community Hebrew 1:1 pan
Program, operated by the Cen-
tral Agency for Jewish Educa-
tion, will begin in locations
throuchout Dade County.
Morning anil evening classes
will be held at Temple Sinai and
Beth Torah Congregation in
North DadO, at Temple Beth
Sholom. Miami Beach, and at
Temple Zlon and Temple Beth
Am in the southwest section.
There will be courses for begin-
ners, intermediates and advanced
level students.
The Ulpan approach to lan-
guat;e study parallels the world-
wide implementa'ion of the au-
diolingual methodology of the
study of foreign languages, in
which the student is immersed
from the very' beginning of his
studies in a highly concentrated
programming of speaking and
li>tenins t<> the language as spok-
en by native instructors.
Instructors are especially
trained teachers who concentrate
on spoken Hebrew with the Is-
raeli accent, so as to provide a
i speech model for the stu-
dents.
Cosponsors of the Community
Hebrew Ulnan Program in
Greater Miami with the Central
Agency for Jewish Education are
the Israel Aliyah Office, the
American Zionist Federation, and
the Department Of Education and
Culture of the World Zionist Or-
ganization, American Section, di-
rected by Dr. Abraham (i.iiines.
The entire Ulpan program is
operated ;:i coordination with .Mi-
ami Dade Community College
Downtown campus, wh re Bennie
Moore serves as Community Di-
rector of the Outreach Depart
nient. and the Miami Dade Com-
munity College North Campus,
where Mrs Carrie Meek is Com-
munity Services director. Dave
Porter coordinates the Outreach
Program, and Tony Casale is as-
sistant director of Community
Services.
The community college awards
3 credits to the participants in
the classes and approves both the
curriculum and the teachers, who
are part time instructors for the
college. This cooperative arrange-
ment has attracted national in-
tere-t.
Serving on the Advisory Com-
mittee of the Hebrew Ulpan Pro-
gram are Eliezer Kroll, director
of the Israel Aliyah Center; Har-
riet Greene, president of the
American Zionist Organization;
Levi Soshuk; Rita Gold. Ulpan
coordinator, and Herbert /' i
Bcrger and Abraham J. Gittel-
son. director and associate di-
rector of the Central Agency for
Jewish Education.
Samuel L. Haber, executive vice chairman of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, was awarded the Aliyah Decoration
by Israeli Consul General David Rivlin (left) in a ceremony
in the Israeli Consulate in New York lor his role in helping
Europe's Jews make their way to the Holy Land both bs-
fore and after 1948.
Mayor Rosen To Install Officers
Miami Beach Mayor Harold
Rosen will install the Officers of
the Triton Towers Men's and
Women's Clubs Saturday at the
Seville Hotel.
Incoming officers will be Han-
nah Vallen, Women's Club presi-
dent, and Joseph Biben. Men's
Club president Mrs. Belle Stern
will serve as master of ceremo-
nies tot the women, and Lou
be for the men.
Irving Steinberg, outgoing
Men's Club president, will pie-
sent a 'Man of the Year'' award
to Martin Levcnson for his serv-
ice to the club, and memorial to
bis beloved wife. Francis, for
her service to the Women's Club.
Awards will also be presented
to LOU Jacobs. William Si
and Nathan Wagner for their
i on and service.
Telephone 696-1610
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Fight Film To Be
Shown By Sit mar
Official color motion pictures
of the George Foreman-Muham-
mad All championship fifiht will
be shown on board the T.S.S.
Fairwind's Jan. 14 Caribbean
cruise and the T.S.S. Faksea's
Jan. 18 cruise, according to the
Sitmar Cruises management.
The showings on board the
sister ships mark the first time
the films will be shown on the
cruise circuit. Sound narration
for the 35-minute motion picture
includes television i
David Frost and National Foot-
ball League great. Jim Brown
Calling the blow-by blow action
Is Bob Sheridan, veteran ring an-
nouncer,
AH, winner of the Oct. 29
heavyweight championship
in Zaire, Africa, is only the
second heavyweight champion to
n his title. The first was
Floyd Patterson,
Monthly Forums
Held By Art Club
The Miami Beach Art Club
sponsors monthly art forums in
two locations. The forums are
scheduled the second Tuesday of
each month in the Rotunda Room
of the Miami Reach Public Li-
brary. 2100 Collins Ave and the
second Friday in the Washington
Federal Auditorium, 1234 Wash-
ington Ave.
Friday. Jan. 10. Robert Thiele.
Professor of Art at Miami Dade
Community College, will show
slides and discuss "Female Ar
tista in History' at 8 p m in the
Washington Federal Auditorium.
Speaker Tuesday. Jan. 14. at 7
p.m. in the library facility will
be Ruth Romaser. president of
Blue Dome Fellowship and her-
self a celebrated painter. Her
topic will be "Journey in Retro-
spect," illustrated with slides of
her work from 1950 1974
Ch.2 Presenting Play By
Elie Wiesel Next Wednesday
\ great work of the Twentieth
Century theater, "Zalman" (or
The Madness of God' I by Elie
Wiesel, will be telecast next
Wednesday at 9:C0 p.m. by Mi-
ami's Public Broadcasting station,
W PBT-Ch. 2
Starring in the Wiesel work
will be the distinguished Jewish
actor. Joseph Wiseman, who has
appeared in scores of Broadway
and Hollywood roles. The east i^
composed of members of Wa
ington D.C.'s renowned Arena
Staee c< mpany.
The play is described as "a
mystical drama of a rabbi's im-
passioned rebellion against re.
ligious persecution in Russia."
Current news reports of re-
strictive Jewish emigration poli-
cies within the Soviet I'nion
make this a timely and thou
provoking broadcast.
Elie Wiesel a moderivday
"Wandering Jew.' was bora in
Hungary and survived the h 'i-
rors of Auschwitz and Bu
wald whi e st I a teenag Ho
has since pursued a highl;
cessful i" irna istic care in-
Pi ris, Israel an I V w Yoi
el has r< ceived nun
h tnorj .i ighoul
fr< e world, ili- literarj woi
dude the autobiography "Night, '
and the novels 'Dawn.'' I
Accident," and "The Gates of the
A "
\\ sel'S very popular personal
report on the plight of Soviet
Jewry. "The Jews of Silence."
became an international best-
seller.
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p io instiucl
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astiCS die jiisl $ it | Iti'iq
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Announcing limited openings in the Miami area.
Contact Directors 758-9454 or Miami Representative
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Over 50 years ol Camping Se'vice to the Southeastern United States!
For Children 8-16 years ol age
Activities Include: Arts & Cufts.....Cook outs.....Sleep-outs .... Swimming
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Second session July 13 August 8
Full season June 15 August 8
For FREE descriptive brochure write or phone:
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Excellent increasas in 1975 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund commitments were reported after a recent
meeting for residents of Eton Hall, honoring Irving "Tubby"
Schwurtz. Among those gathered to honor Mr. Schwartz
and to demonstrate their dedication to the vital work of the
1375 CJA-IEF were (left to right): Al Titlebaum, Henry Salus,
Mr. Schwartz, Martin Schwartz, and Morris Abramowitz.
*
Roney Piaza residents have made a worthwhile contribu-
tion to the people of Israel. Members of the Roney's Judea
Lodge, B'nai B'rith, staged an informal ceremony to do-
nate an ambulance to the psople of Israel recently. On
hand, (from left), were Rabbi Irving Lshrman; Nathan Ma-
lisoff, largest contributor; Nat Kutcher, president of ths
lodge; Ben Kutcher, program chairman; Mayor Harold
Rosen, and Terry A. Herman, menaqer cf the Roney
Plaza. As part cf the ceremony, Mayer Rosan presented
Nathan Mahsc'f with '.he Key to .he City for his dedicated
t ff orts.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's Division Vica
President Gwen V/einberger (left) assisted American Jew-
ish Congrass Women's Division President Myriam Wolf
(right) in the program for the Women's Plea for Human
Rights for Soviet Jewry. Adding his support to the plea
for human justice was Miami Mayor Maurico Ferre, who
expressed his wishes that each free person do his best to
assure universal human rights today, while there is still
time to he'p.
An award of appreciation was presented to Miami City
Commissioner Rose Gordon "for outstanding contributions
to public awareness of good architecture" in South Florida
by Norman Giller, president of Florida South Chapter of
American Institute of Architects, at a recent Miami City
Commission meeting.
Businesses In
Fashion District
Form Association
Miami's fashion garment dil
trict businesses have organized to
form the Miami Fashion Dlstricl
Association. the associal
newly-elected president Bernard
Seievan. of Dorissa Children's
World, has announced.
Other officers Installed at a
recent meeting were Shell)
Bloom, of Fashion Clothiers,
elected vice president; and So.
Mcyerson, of Galleria Fashions,
secretary-treasurer.
The concept underlying the Mi*
ami Fashion District Assw
is to offer to the public pr
at discount, wholi sale and factor)
direct prices.
By maintaining low buil
rents and operating al lo
head costs, firms in the manu-
facturing area arc able to pro-
vide Inch quality, name-brand
merchandise at reduced pi
All of the business)
fashion district are
in a four-block radius, makil
ea.-y and convenient for shi
to visit the stores, jusl as if I
were situated in a
center.
Turf (.lassie V!
Calder Saturday
The $50,000 added 1'
< ;i--ic. to be run Saturday i
the second of two maj >r turf
; lures to be con! rsl
week of the new yi
Race Course, rhe New Y i -
day offering is thi
V. l. McKnight Han I
older horses al ni i I
ens ward.
T D le Turf Cla<
riches! ra < run in Florid i for
i olds m '
This year with u
nominations th rai
it ever) ..
d three yeai old
As C ilder swings into tin I
two weeks of the 44th 11
Park meeting, racing conti
six afternoons weekly, Su
excluded, through Thursd i> Jan
16. Ten races are off re i
perfectaa on th.....
sequent races and trifeel
the fifth, seventh, and I i
races. Th" first race. I
of the daily double, gets undi
way at 1:15 p.m.
Musical Program
To Be Featured
Al ZOA Meeting
a program Russian and Hungarian
I at th.
' thr Brandeis .:
Icl "! .Miami Beach
i-t Organization of Amei
be held Monday at 8 00 pm ;!l
the VV'ai hin -1 \ \
ri im, 1133 Normandy D
ami I leach.
Louis Hoberman, pn
til.' ili;.;: leis 1 :i it :. |
as master ol ni. <.
Artists who will m in
the musical pr. ,\|
bert Mendelow, tai I Paul
Yanofski, man lolii \-i; and i.s-
telle Hobei man, ; in si The}
have i i
years for o
Hostesses for the hour
'" : Ro-
senblum, Thelma
Fannie Rest, and Mi lie Fine-
gold. The public i^ .
Review Of Ruth Daycn Book
Saia Helfand wiH i lew Ruth
Dayan'a book -.\nd Perhaps" fol-
lowing thi meeting of I e Miami
Business and Profesi ional i
ter of Women's Amer can
to be held in the HoapHalit] Ro m
of the American Sim:-. Bank.
1200 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach,
Thursday. Jan. 9. at 745 p.m.
Refreshments will be served dur-
ing the social hour afterwards.
The first ennual Mayor Chuck Hall Memorial Awaid woi
presented to 93 year-old Mayshie Friedberg (center by Is-
rael Bonds ct the recent Chanukah Festival ior Isrc:- Mctk-
ing the presentation was Dr. Leon Kronish (right spii
lecder of Temple Beth Sholom and national camp
cc-chcirrr.cn for Israel Bonds. Also pictured is B berl L
Siege!, general campaign chcuman cf the Grev:: i M
Israel Bond Organization. The memorial tribute was
sented to Mayshie "for an exceptional benevcA n end
devotion to Isru?l end the Jewish community and exem-
plifying th? crusading spirit of the late Mayor Chu
Mr. and Mrs Charles Newman (center) display
of Israel Masada Award they received at the T
i Isrcel Be: :.:r held in their honor.
:ji their outstanding service .:
he economic foundations of Israel. Repre-
government of Isrc:l was Ambassador Amos G 31
deputy consul general of Israel in New York. At h" il Dr.
Eugene Labovitz, spir.tual leader of Temple Nei T
Miami Beach Physicians are gearing up for their ii| ^^
effort for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's I Cc~'
bined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
The Doctors recently attended an initial mee'.i:
hom= cf Drs. Joan and Joseph Harris. Actively i
home of Dr. Aaron Medow and an advance g- j: meeting at the home of Drs. Joan and Joseph H aril. A*
lively planning the campaign cic from left to righ'
Dr. Medow, Mr. Donald Glucksman and Dr. Bad:.
(standing! Dr. David J. Russin, and Michael Gold*
Chairman of the Federations CJA-IEF Accountants &
vision. Also contributing their time and energies to
year's campaign are Drs. Gerald Alexander, Sol Center.
Henry dayman. Dale G. Davis, Alan S. Graubert. Howard
E. Lessner and Bernard Yesner '


[Friday, January 3, 1975
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Page 13-B
Bar Mitzvah
lion Atoss
Daniel Kivlin
Sanford Allmatt
EVAN MOSS
Temple Or Olom services Sat
kirday, Jan. 4. will include the
Bar tfitxvah of Evan Harvey, mm
lt>- Mr. and Mrs. Ervvin Mo>>. 832J
fc\\ 2Sth St.
The eelebrnnt. an eiqhth ?rade
;;!< lit at Rockway Junior High
i> ;i member of the i
i an;l plays Khoury League
baseball.
The Oneg Shabbat will be spon-
|o ad by Evan's parents; his
[randparents, Mr. and Mrs, M r-
Moss, will sponsor the K: I-
iu-h in honor of the occasion
reception and dinner will be
it M in the Hampshire
Saturday evening.
Among the honored guests will
be the celebrants brother.
Behael; his grandmother. Malka
[rank; Howard and Jean Mota,
foe and Ceil Moss. Los Ange'.es.
:".: Mrs. Maurice Luber. Mrs.
Morris Mitzen and Mrs. Neil
[:r-> henhaum. Chicago, III.
V- V V
SANFORD ALTMAN
The Bar .Mitzvah of Sinford
David, son of Ruth B. Altman
^nd Dr. Donald H. Altman will
ake place at Temple Beth Am
aturday, Jan. 4.
Sanford is a student at Guilt-
sr Academy and attends Hebrew
iid Religious School at Temple
eth Am. He has received a Sun-
iy School award.
There will be a luncheon after
rrvicea in honor of the occa-
ion.
Grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
irry Zide and Lottie Altman.
?nd aunts and uncles Dr. and
In. Nelson Zi-j> and Mr and
Irs Cal Swain, will b; in at-
idance.
; *
SETH KASTENBAUM
Saturday morning, Jan 4. i:i
U6AI NOTKI
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE"
(NO PROPERTY)
.THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
E-i-EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF Fl OQiriA in amo FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-3T27S
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I RE: The Marriage of
rt'HKL COHX.
Wife.
and
?NAI.H JAY COH.V.
Huaband.
: Ronald JAT CORN
3914 Svlvlan Wav
SoUi\ City, |owa SUM
K>U ARK MKKKUV NOTIFIED
ft an a<-tinn for Dissolution of
Image has heen filed acalnat vou
ft l">u are required to mtvc .i cony
[Jour written defenses. If an v. to It
! KWITNEV. Kllixir & SCHEIN-
II.'.. attorney! for Petitioner, whoee
Jreai is f:n i.in.-o|n Komi. Suit
ami (leach, Florida and file tile
JTInal with the clerk of th.- at* ..
? Ie,| court on or before February
~ Otherwise a default will he
red against v..u f..r the relief de-
J in the comnlnlnt or Del
ri.i- notice shall !>. published once
i k for four consecutive
..,!,!' JEWISH PUIRIDIAN
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
J'l court at Miami. Florida on Una
I la) of December. 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER
Ai Clerk, Clrcull court
Dad.- County. Florida
By I SNEEDEN
As n.-oiiiv Clerk
p" 'I I' ur! S. ill
t'TNEV KROOPA
KBERG, \
I Incoln Road Bulb
pm:, Beach Plorlda
i for r. tltl
__________ 1/1-10-11 i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
is HERI n OtVEN II il
'" '!'
I under Ihe fli II j ,,
\l. HOI'SI
1 ml, Florldi
iid nan*
uii Conn ,,f Dade l i
L/J-ll i
the Main Sanctuary of Temple
Nor Tamid. Seth Marc, son of
Mr. and Mr*. George Kasten
baum, will be 3ar Mitzvah.
Seth is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School and Ner
Tamid Religious School. He is a
member of the Social Studies
Club. Sunflower Teens, and the
snow ski team in Aspen. Colo-
rado.
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
ices and a reception In Seth's
honor will be he! I ai the Harbor
House S nth
DANIEL KIVLIN
Daniel. Arkadi Ryv.iin (Rivlin), will lie-
tome Bar Mitzvah Saturday. Jan.
4. at Temple Emanu-El.
Daniel is an eisrh'.h grade stu-
dent in the Ransom School.
The celebrant will be honored
with a reception in the Friedland
ballroom of Temple Emanu-El.
His grandmother. Mrs. Bertha
Rivlin, will attend the event.
V V V
MAR( LKWIS
Marc Howard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Rudy Lewis of Miami
Beach, will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday. Jan. 4, at Agudath Is-
rael Hebrew Institute.
Mare h a seventh crade .stu-
dent at the Greiter Miami He-
brew Academv. He la on the
' timist Little League baseball
and soccer teams.
A reception in honor of the
Bar Mitzvah will be given by his
parents immediately after the
services in the synagogue.
Relatives attending will in-
clj'le Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bio-
zi.in, grandparents; Mrs. Kay
Mayer, great-aunt; Mr. and Mrs.
Warren Katz. Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe
Wagner and Mrs. Sadie Eck-
stein, cousins.
UCAl NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 74-37250CA-01
RONAI.n KOLLASON.
JANICE ROLLASON. and
KI.I IOT I. MILLER.
Plaintiffs.
JAMES D HARKEI.I, and
MILDRED I HAHKKI.I.. his wife.
an i ARTHUR D JENKINS and
' ONSTANCE JENKINS as husband
and Wife, if alive, and if dead their
unknown heirs, devisees, legitees or
k< in tees and all pen ma claiming by.
through, under or aguin*t them.
Defendants.
NOT'CE OF ACTION
TO: JAMKS I> HARREI.L and
MILDRED I HARRELL his wife
i"? North u:ird Drive
Phoenix, Arleoi
ARTHI'R I>. JENKIN8 and
CONSTANCE JENKINS as
husband and wife if alive and if
dead their unknown heirs,
devlaeee, lesrateea or aranteei and
all other persons or nartlea
Imlna bv, ihrough, under or
aa ilnsl ih^m
Residence Unknown
V'T ARE NOTIPIED thai an action
to oulet title to the tollov Ina real
property In Dade County. Florida
lot 10 in Block 107 of Fourth Ad-
dition to Carol City, sccordln* to
i'ii Book N Pajw i-- of the
Dade Counts Florida public rec-
\" MUl SI
i .- i..... filed aaalnsl vou and you
..re reaulred t' i copy of your
..... i | i-.v. to il on
Elliot Mlllei ilalniiffs.
7 no
I t than Ihe of Fehruarv.
,. i 'i,. the adth the
i
. i ilntlffs in.....ev or Immedl
ereaftel "........lefault
I OU for th
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it
BHIKKI
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Blood Pressure
Screening Tests
A team of experienced volun-
teers of the Heart Association of
Greater Miami will conduct a
blood pressure Mreening program
at the Edison Senior Citizen Cen-
ter. 0200 N'W 3rd Ave.. Wednes-
day, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Dr RVhard A. Flias. president
of the Heart Association, urges
the public to take advantage of
this free community service.
Thursday. Jan. 9. the Neranrja
Lake Clubhouse at SW 270th St.
off U.S. 1. will be turned into a
blood pre--lit' check site so that
the residents of that area can
participate in the free program
sponsored by th.- Heart Associa
tion of Greater Miami.
The team of volunteer; was re-
cruited with the interest and the
perseverance of Mrs. Sylvia
Phani. 27927 SW 140th Ave.,
Xaranja Lakes, who is the co-
ordinator for the program in that
area.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74.4113
FRANK B. DOWLING
In RE: Estate >f
PASQI'AI f-: I'K Oil 'V.WNI.
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and a:i ivreons
Ffavlna Claims or liTii.ind.s Against
Sni'1 Estate
You are hereby notified and r.-.iuir-
.-I to present Tin claims and demands
wiiiiii you may have acalnsl the es-
tate of PASQl'AI-K DB QIOVANN.!.
deceased ::i" of Dade County. Florida.
to the Circuit JudireM of Dade t'ountv.
and flic Mte same in duplicate and as
provided in S"'tion 7l3.lt. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dado County. Florida,
within four calendar months from
thr time of the first publication here-
of, or the name will be liarred
Filed at Miami. Florida, thie 27th
day of December. AD. IS71
RALPH IIHUOHX
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
th.' :ir I day of Januarv. 173.
BREQER a SCHREIBER
Attorneys for Estate of
P i -uuaie i>.' Oiovannl
L'''-J" N F. ISSrd Street
North Miami Beach Florida 331 fi2
1/3-10
Temple Menorah Sisterhood
Sponsors Jan.16 Luncheon
Proceeds of the annual "Stair-
way to the Stars" luncheon spon-
sored by the Sisterhood of Tem-
ple Menorah will go to the tem-
ple's religious school, it has been
announced. The gala affair, which
includes entertainment and priz-
es, will be held in the Eden Roc
Hotel at noon Thursday, Jan. 16.
Tickets are also available for
the Delta Players' presentation
of "H.M.S Pinafore" in Yiddish,
which is scheduled for Sunday,
Feb. 2. at 8:30 p.m. in the tem-
ple's social hall.
Recognized by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation as
the outstanding rew condominium in North Dade was
Romont South, for extraordinary success in its 1974 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Israa 1 Emergency Fund work. Receiv-
ing a special award recently irom 1975 CJA-1EF chairman
L. Jules Arkin (right) were Rcmont South chairman Joe Koro-
wi'.z (left) end So! Wiener, ccchairman.
Talmudic College Ladies To Organize Tuesday At Tea
The Talmudic College of Flor-
ida ladies will organize at a t.a
in th<" home of Mrs Gabriel
Deutsch. 4315 Prairie Ave., Mi-
ami Beach. Tuesday at 8:30 p.m.
Rabbi Tsvi G Schur. executive
director of the college, will be
the guest speaker.
The Talmudic College, located
at 4014 Chase Ave.. Miami Beach,
is a school of higher learning
with emphasis on research of the
Movie To Be Featured
Marsha Wolfstein Chapter. His-
tadrut Women's Council, plans a
luncheon in the Barcelona Hotel
Wednesday noon, according to
Mrs Philip Sahl president A
new Israeli movie will be the
featured entertainment. Reserva
tions may be made by calling
Mrs. Morris Kogan. Mrs. Tesiie
Kirson or the Histadrut office.
The group provides scholarships
for indigent students in Israel.
Talmud commentaries Its 30
students come from all over the
I niied States and Canada.
LC6AL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
I No Prooerty)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Civil Action No. 74.37290
GENERAL JURISDICTION
OJVISION
NOTICE FOR CHANGE
OF NAME
IN' HE: f'hanae of Name of
ANTONIO fl MARTINEZ AND
CHRISTOPHER WILLIAM
MARTINEZ.
Mlnoi i
T< : Antonlo Martinet
i Residence i 'nknownl
YD!' A HI-: HKKKHY NOTIFIED
thai :i petition for Chanire of Nun.- of
ANTONIO O. MARTINEZ an.I
CHRISTOPHER WII.1IAM MARTI-
N'EZ. has been fileii and commenced In
th < Court and vou are reaalred to
nerve :i cony of vur written objec-
tion* any, to it on William J.
fliildworn, Attorney for Petitioner.
Ir 188 Sevllla Avenue.
Florida I81S4, and file
the orlainal with the clerk "f the
above styled '"urt "ti or before Feb.
: 1975 itherwlae it shall be con-
Rtrued .' you have no obtectloni to
the -:i i Petition and the Court may
at it* IlKoretlon rranl the relief
praved for In thin Petltl
Ti in itlce ihall be nubllahed
iveek for four .....e< u'.n a
i -ii Piorldlan
W1TNI -s mi hand and teal of
-:, .1 courl N. i ml, Florida on thli
BRINKER
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17-84
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR
OAOE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74.8077
J. GWVNN PARKER
111 HE Estate of
REBECCA ZIMMERMAN
fi.'l'tvis.'l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! ana All Pemont
Having Claims or Demands Airain.sl
s.ini Eatate:
You ar.' hereby notified and reaulr-
ed to pre Pent any claims and demands
which vou may have eaalnat the es-
tate of REBECCA ZIMMERMAN.
il.....i-ed late "f Dad.' County, Florida.
to the Circuit Judaea of Dad.' Count v.
and file th.- s.ime In duplicate and as
provided in Section MS It, Florida
Statutes, in their office! ill the Countv
Courthouse In Dad' County. Florida,
within four calendar months from
the time "f the first publication here-
of, or the same u ill he barred
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 3'ith
das of December, A i> 1974
HoMFHT ZIMMERMAN"
BERTA I1ARNETT
\- Co-Executora
First publication of this notice on
the Srd dav of Januarv. 1975,
HARRY I.. CYPEN
CTPEN X- NEVINS
Attorney for Co-Executora
828 Arthur Oodfre) Road
1 .l-li)
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-4846 1
NESBITT
IX RE: Estate "f
DAVID AU BRUl'CH.
..... ised
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE in herebj alven thai 1 have
died in> Final Report ami Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
at Administratrix de bonia n"ii cum
testamento annexe "f the estate i '
! Awei bui h, dei earn and that
on the JTth day of Januai)
w,'.\ ,iii|i|\ In the Honorable Circuit
ten "i I ladi >unt> p*lorld i for
approval of said Final Report and for
distribution and final discharge as
Administratrix de bonis non cum I
exo of the estate of the
above-named d.....lent. This 15th day
"i December, 1974.
(si HENRIETTA S BISCOE
FACNCE. FINK FORM AN
Bj i -1 gai f >rd s b'aum e '
Attorney
I60| Congress Ruildmi;
Miami. Florida
1 S-14-17-84
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OfTh
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE D'VISION
PROBATE NO 74.7520
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE Bat lie ot
MARY BROWN
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Bald Estate:
Ton are herebv notified and requir-
ed io present any claims and demands
Which vou mav have against the es-
tate of MARY BROWN deceas-
ed late ,,f bade County. Florida,
to the Circuit Judges of Dado Countv.
and file the same in dunlicate and as
provided in Section 73.11>".. Florida
Statutes, In their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade Countv. Florida,
within four calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred
Piled al Miami. Florida, this ^7tl\
daj oi December, A iv 1*74
SAMIE mav col.MAN
.\s Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 3rd dav of Januarv. 197$.
I IONEL I. Til IN. ESi.'
Attorney for Sarnie Mav Oilman
:;:i s w 7th Street
Homestead Florida
1 3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
PROBATE D'VISION
PROBATE NO. 74-8516
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE Estate of
BESSIE Ii DENTON
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person!
Having Clainii or Demanda Against
Said Esl .-
Y..ii ue hereby notified and reaulr-
ed to preaenl any claims and demand)
which \"ii ma) have agalnai the es-
tate "t BESSIE II DENTON
ii. ibi Ii.....i I lade l nunty, Floi
to the Circuit .iudi.es of Dade County.
and file the same m dunllcati ind a>
provided In Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Counts
Courthouee m Dade County. Florida.
n four oalendai months from
:i'. time of the first publication here-
of, or the rred
r. i al M ami. Fli rlda this 27th
11 ember, AD
AD : DENBERf)

i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-8042
J. GWYNN PARKER
In I'K Estate of "^
FANNIE r.REENBFRO, a k a
FANNY QHEENBERG
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AU creditors ami All Peraona
Having Claim* or Demands Against
Said Estate
Vou are hereby notified and reaulr-
ed to in.-sent an) claim* and demands
win. h you in.iv have agalnai the es-
tate of FANNIE OREENBERG. a k a
fanny GREENBERG leceaaed lat
of Dade County, Florida, t" the Clr-
cull Judge* of iloi. County, and file
the -nine in duullcat) and as provid-
ed In Section 733.14 Fl rlda statutes.
in il.- in the unts C Ktrt-
i use In i ladi l 'ounty, Floi Ida thin
mths fn m the time of
the flrsl publication hereof or th
same v*. 11 i be bi I
ad .it Miami. Florida, thla
. ^ !..., mb. i \ \< '7i
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Services Held
For Jack Benny
LOS ANGELES Comedian
Jock Bonny. 80. was buried Sun-
day with ritual and chants of
the Jewish faith and words of
appreciation by his close friends
and fellow comedians, George
Burns and Bob Hope.
Services were conducted by-
Rabbi EdgaT K. Magnin at the
Hillside Memorial Park Chapel
with scores of celebrities of the
entertainment and political
worlds in attendance.
Bennie died late Thursday.
Dec. 26. Doctors had discovered
six days earlier that he had can-
cr of the pancreas Until 10 days
ago, he had been carrying on his
regular office and social routine,
planning a TV special and a
movie role as a retired comic in
Neil Simon's "The Sunshine
Boys."
SCHrFF
MIRIAM r, 17. of Miami, passed
away Thursdav I'.-. _>. Came here
in UM6 from N.Y.C Member of
(jratrr Miami Jewish Federation
i Community Center, Flagler
Granada Temple Florida Regional
Board of Hadassah. Padeland Har-
den t'luh and Ti-mul- licth Am Sis-
terhood Survived bv husband. Phil-
ip, daughter. MIhh Mnrcv Svhiff. Mi-
:imi. mother. Mrs. Lee Ooldbent. Mi-
ami brother*. Lawrence ami Jerome
. Gilbert of Atlanta. Oa Bervloea
were held Friday Dee. 17 at 1:16 p.m.
at Temple Iteth Am Shiva vru ob-
served at 5S7S SW 100 Terr. Mi.uni.
Family suggests- donations to Ha-
dassah Medical Center.
fALMER-S .
MONUMENT COMPANY./* A
NAUZKD MEMORIAL!
CUSTOM CHATTED
MOURWORMHOr
3279 S.W. Ui ST.. MIAMI

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865-2353
720 Svnrfrf fint SirI
0 fcMSaft Cmk Drfcs
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4 anu'wi oi mviei
Mrs. Hugo Dalsheimer
Dies In Maryland Home
BALTIMORE, MJ. Mrs.
RllgO Dalsheimer. for many
yn riflrtinsniisheai national
l.ader in Reform Judaism and in
various philanthropic causes,
died in hi bo M at Pikesville,
Kid., a suburb of Baltimore, Dec.
25.
A former president of the Na-
tional Federation of Temple Sis-
terhoods. Mis. Dalsheimer was
the first woman ever to serve as
president of the Baltimore He-
brew Congregation and the first
woman ever to serve as presi-
dent of the World Federation of
YMHA and Jewish Community
Centers.
WIUENS
PAIL MORTON. -->. pioneer In
Dade Countv '- aluminum furniture
and fiber-class boat industries, died
recently at his home in Atlanta. Oa.
Mr Willens an art connoisseur.
operated Willens dalleries in Atlanta
with his wife. SI.Ionia, since moving
there from Miami Iteaeh in 1962 To-
gether with his brother. Arthur, of
Miami Shores, who la now executive
dlreetor of the Haven School for
the Mentally Retarded. Mr Willens
founded The DoiWOn Corporation In
1947 and manufactured aluminum
furniture until selling out the busi-
ness in IMS. Thev immediately
founded Peninsular Fiheritlass Cor-
poration and manufactured Vanguard
HbenHaaa boats until IMS. Mr. Wil-
lens was a captain In the Air Forre
during World War II and served
with distinction as an air combat
i ihoto Intelligence officer in the
South Pacific theatre. A native of
Philadelphia, where he attended the
University of Pennsylvania until his
fatally moved to Miami Beach in
IMS, Mr Willens received bis bach-
elor's degree in business administra-
tion from the 1'niversltv of Miami
In addition to his wife and brother.
he is survived l.v two daughters.
Jeremie Heih (Mrs. Richard Kra-
kow) of Augusta Oa and Lisa
Marie Willens of Atlanta.
SERNAKER
DAVTD. 74. of H^t SW *2 Are.
passed away Monday. Pec II He
had made his home in Miami for
the past M vears coming from
Brooklyn. N Y Mr, Bemaker bad
been a regsitered real estate broker
in the Miami area for manv vears
He was a member of Beth DavM
Congregation, the Cooper Union
Alumr.j Assn a supporter of Tech-
nion. Brandeii University and the
Greater Miami Jewish federation,
He is survived by his wife. Ethel -'
sons Richard. Calif., and William.
Miami, a daughter Sybil of N Y ard
Mere. Mrs Hilda Bchlff and Mrs.
(iwendob n s. I iff both of NY 1
r. rrandchildr. Ben pea were held
Wednesday In Spec tor Hall of Heth
David Congregal .." SW Ave
Miami with Interment In Ml Blnal
Cemetery Arrangements by Gordon
I'm :.,' il.tr.. lions li men I
as bt made to Ha and Tech-
nlon,
lOIX, Tinioil.v p.. S3. Of Miami.
1 Elashei t:
. 77. of Miami
I:.:.
u: v I S' \' Em i Riven :- Inter-
ment M t Mebo Cei
CAPLAN S Ol .Miami
r
.i:\it.\n. Mini ml.
< lord
IHRM, M 'llle. 78, I Miami
Reach !.
\"i;\\ max. All Miami
Hi.
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open fverv Day deles' Sosustfi
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 266-2888
friendship...
means someone cares
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
|tn 'ig Ik* Its Mi Cs>suonj imic* 1931
OKTMOOOI
CONSERVATIVE
_^ HfF0BM SERVICES
tTiinjfi Ceron"$46i IHCoidM
Mj-y G"!" .'964 )J" fs B Co-do'
____ Telephone 858-5566____
John S. Feller
Heart Attack
Victim Saturday
John S. Feller. 74. founder of
Johnnie & Mack Auto Service,
died Saturday. Dec. 28, of a heart
attack He lived at 1 Shore Dr.
East, Bay Heights.
Xr. Feller was born in Jeru-
salem and moved to Miami 49
years ago from New York City.
Mr. Feller started his auto
painting business in 1933. Two
years later he bought his part-
ners share of the business The
plant was moved from 74 NE
20th St. to a larger place, also
near a railroad track, at NW 37th
Ave. and 36th St. in 1962.
Mr. Feller, who was active in
community affairs, retired three
years ago. He supported the
Miami Jewish Federation and Va-
riety1 Children's Hospital, and
was a member of Beth David
Synagogue.
Survivors include his wife
Bess: one son Ivan: one daughter.
Mrs. Natalie Cohen: two broth-
ers. George Feller and Abe
Bloom: two sisters. Mrs. Estelle
Gloverman and Mrs. Fritzzie Litt-
man: eight grandchildren; and
two greatgrandchildren.
Services were held Monday at
Beth David Synagogue with
Gordon Funeral Home in charge
Shiva is being observed at the
residence. 1 Shore Dr. East. Bay
Heights.
The family requests donations
be made to Variety Children's
Hospital. The National Children's
Cardiac Hospital, or the Denver
Home for Asthmatic Children.
wi-vmsLER. Ullian B.. 61. of Miami./
Newman
\Y< >' 'PS Margaret. 4. Of Miami.
Blasberg
ERKES Fred :i. of Miami Beach.
FRIEDMAN. Tillie. 69. of North Miami
He.u ii toedon,
SCHEER. Soohle S4. of Miami
Bi h Rh rsiii.-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Ol\ EN
d. dtsinn:.
business under the fictitious i une of
DELTA INVESTMENT^ .a .4"' Lin-
Ri ...I Miami B<
Ini and to rej name
i, th II Clerk of the Circuit Cowl Of
I >ade County, Florida
HARRY B SMITH
BERNARD B. MANDLER
s tMUEL S SMITH
MICHAEL WERNER
' MANDLER. SMITH.
PARKER ,\ WERNER
for 1 >elta Investments
4i'7 Lincoln Road
>| iml Beat h. Florida
1 1-10-17-H
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-8354
In RE I '- of
XATHAN HARRY DARSKT. nl-'i
\ H DARSKY. a k a NATHAN H.
DARSKY "
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All i H iv.
ing '":. mi r Den B I
i:
Yon i i i renu;r.
mi ai di
u i v.
A''-!I \\ HARRY DARSKY'.
a i N H. DARSKY. \ \-
TH W II DARSKY de.
l ur.tv 1
Count) the
Si ;
the Count] use
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Repte
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
.NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCL'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 7-l.?->4
ACTION FOR DISSOLLTION
OF MARRIAGE
I !\ RE: THE M \i:i:i \<;r i f
ANTHi \ Y .'i iHN FLINT.
Pi :.: r-Huabai
E FLINT.
Ri ndi-nt-'.'.
TO: SI El LEN FATE FLINT.
Ri ,
TOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that
Marriage v,,u
l serve a i bpjr
10 it
ii Bun m r.
tloner, whose add] | Lincoln
Flor-
i file the original with
the clerk of the h .1 i ourt
on or before ] (71.
Mae, n iiefnuit i i i.e aatered against
rou fT the relief demanded in the
complaint or oetll
| Tin- notice shall be Mbllahad once
.each week for four oonaecutlve ..
Mn THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS inv hand and the seal of
court al Miami Florida on this
19th dav .' I > i mber. 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER
lei k. Ctrcuil Court ..
Dade 'ounty, Floi da
B 1- SNEEDEN '
As Deputy Clerk "w"
(Circuit Cun s ~^T
BURNETT ROTH ~
I:o i l -
Miami H- la 3J139
Atti'rney fur iYuiiuner
U/fT 1/3-10-17
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-37034
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Mama*.
SUSAN EILEEN M"NN.
Wife.
HOWARD BTBPHBN NINN.
Husband
Ti>. HOWARD STEPHEN NTNN
|< 19 Dawn Drive
Alexandria. Virginia 22306
YOL ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mai -
I aa been filed ajtalnai you ai d
\.-u are renulred to aerva i cony of
your written defenses if any, to it on
Kwltney Kroon Bchelnberar, attor-
ney* for Petitioner, whose addn
4-J" IJmoln Road Suite v._ Miami
Beach, Florida I and file the orig-
inal with the clerk of the above
i courl on or before February
: iherwiae a default will be
enter..! agatnat v.iu fur the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall he published once
eaeh eek for four consecul e weeks
In TMi: JEWISH FURIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
p.nl court at Miami. Florida in this
26th das I I embet ItM
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Aa Clark. Circuit Court
Dade I'nuntv Kh.rida
By 1. SNEEDEN
As p.-nutv Clerk
fCiri ult Court Seal)
KWITNEY, KRimiP A
S< HEINBERO. PA.
4:''i Lincoln RoadSuite S!2
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorneys fur Petitioner
1/3-19-17-14
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. 74-35853
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE "P
ALTAORACE BASTIAN MoNCHERY
de GUTIERREZ. Wife. Petitioner.
ai .1
ALBERTO JOSE GUTIERREZ.
li usb ind '-tit.
TO: ALBERTO JOSE GUTIERREZ
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ul n of Mir-
. filed ..!- -" i ii 1
you all of
i
I- \s EL RETTER, attori r Pi -
. addii -- i
ai..... Ill N E > d Ave.
nu<, Miami, Florida <'*
ai hith the
nbovi ourt oi 11 -
uarj
ilnst you for 1
n
halt hi once
ea h r foul 1
THE JE ISM l'l.. IRIDI VN
'.'. Pi NESS ii sal of
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HARD P BRINKl :
u(i Court
P
! '.. ; IE BR KDSH VW JR.
Vs I Duty i
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
PROPERTY)
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 7 36R42
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THR MARKU
\ IROEN ELMA IZUU1ED
W .
R VFAEL IZQ1
r_ RAFAE1
i
riente
Cuba
TOl \!:i: HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolul ..... Mar-
> II : \ of
youi
attot
. :
! original uiih the
clerk of thi abovi url on or
l de-
fault will be int.-red agalnsl you for
demanded in the complaint
or petl
This n.dice shall he published once
ea.h week for four consecutive w<
In Tin: JEW 1SH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
OOUrt at Miami. Florida on this
3rd dav ,.f Dec lt'74
RICHARD P BRINKER,
A i 'lerk. i 'ircuit Court
I' ids I 'ounty Florida
By WILLIE BHADSHAW JR.
As 1 ii nut \ "lurk.
fC'rcult Tnurt Seal I
VIRGEN ELMA IZUU1ERDO
ue Aut. No. ?
Miami. Florida
Petitioner
U 21 1 3-10-17
Friday, January 3, 1975
LECAl NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOSEPH NESBITT
PROBATE NO. 74-8372
In RE Betati 'f
JACK ART!11 I! DIAMOND, known
.,- JACK A 1'IA.M' >ND
di eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T. All 'n dr. i and A Persons Hav-
|ng I i ma di I 'mud- An.
le:
You are herein fled anil requir-
ed to present any claims ai i den
which you maj have against the --
tate of Jack Arthur Diamond, k
,. k A i 'laaaond de> sas< d lati
Dade County, Florida, to we Circuit
Judges of Dad< County and file the
same in duplicate and as provided In
Section 731.1*. Florida statutes, in
their offices in the County Covrthouse
In Dade County. Florida within four
calendar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
Will he barred.
Filed at Miami, Florida, this 26th
da) of December A.D ''
BEULA G DIAMOND known aa
mi.i m: DIAMOND
As Executrix
First publication "f this notice on
the 3rd dav of January ltT8
BARTON s UDELL of HI.ATT.
UDELL, ALTERMAN A LASKT
Attorney for Batata
4ii 'unoiit Ptaaa Center
Miami. Florida 33131
1 '3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OfVEN th^t
the under-mn. d. desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious
of -JOHNNY s ACTO VINYL TOPS"'
at 14V.7 N E 20th Avenue. North Mi-
ami. Florida Intel i- to rei
name ui'ii the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of I'.oie Countv. Florida.
TOPS-i l-VINTL. INC.
MARVIN & BHEPPARD
A" i neya for Appll I
B W 7th Avenue, Suite lJ
Florida ,1317o
l t-10-17-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-8521
Tn RE KMate of
ABRAHAM Wi iLFSON
decea ted
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pi rsni Hav-
ing Claims or Demand.* Said
Estate;
You are hereby notified and reauir-
ed to uleaout anv claim.-: and demands
Which vou may have agam.-t th-' es-
tate of Abraham Wolfson, deceased
late of Dade Oauntr, Florida, to the
Circuit Judges of Dad.- County, and
file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 733 16 Florida
Statutes, In their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida. Within four calendar months from
the time of the fir-' publication here-
of, or the sain. ::: be barred
Piled at Miami Florida, this :3rd
dav of ilecember A.D '
7.1 :v W Kl K3AN
for Evelyn Neiman b> Roolyn Unger
Re si d e n I \ -
Ai E
First publication on
the 87th daj of Dec mix : ;.
Roll enbei a. K can &
blum aaV
1\ Zei \\ Kogan
f. i Exc ui w.
,v Evelyn \.
ISO lan. nln i:.l Mian
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIV'SION
PROBATE NO "4-5516
In RE l Ii
HARRY SOU
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Hav-
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOHN R. BLANTON
PROBATE NO. 74-8467
In P.i: i:-:..t,. of _Bjfj|
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Hav-
or 1 > n.....da Aa i
You are bi reby 1 1 reoulr*.
d lo i.i : am
h you ma) have ai
tate ol LEON KAPLAN di
[ate ol Dade Countv. Florida, to the
on judges of Dade County, and
file the- same in duplicate and aa
provided In Section 731.16, Florida
Statutes. In their offices in the
v Courthouse in Dade County.
Honda within four calendar months
from the time of the first publl ation
hereof, or the same \wlt be barred
Filed al .Miami. Florida, this :3rd
day of December. A I1 Ifli
DO Ri iT MY It KAPLAN
As Exec utrix
First publication of this notice on
the 3rd dav of January. 1973.
Edwin M Qlnsburg, i a
Mvers. Kaplan. Levlnson A Kenln
Attorney for Executrix
14.> Brickell Avenue. Miami. Fla.
1 1-10


Friday, January 3, 1975
+Jmisi> fhridiain
Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKEHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring I" engage
jit bualnesr under he fictltloua name
of PENGUIN ENTERPRISES al 13*81
Kendale Lakes Drive, Miami, Florida.
I the said name with
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Ci u' v. Plot .da.
MICHAEL J. RAULSON
DIANNE -I. R U'I.sii.N
LENORE RAl'LSON
JOSEPH DIBARTOLOME" I
for Applicant
Ml o B rd Road
Fli r.il.i
Phone: ..<-..'<'
11 13-20-27 1/S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Undl rsigned. desiring to encase
In bualnera under the fictitious names
of I'LTRA-SHEER sri'EK-KHEER
LUXOR-SHEER at 7401 Northwest
48th Streel Miami, Florida HIM In-
It to register Raid namei with the
Jlerh of 'he Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
TRICOTA Pi 'KroRATlox
B] JOHN T LAN8KY
!' dant
HARRT ZCKERNICat
.'. : rnev foi Applicant
4J" Lincoln Rd., .Miami Reach. Fl.
II 13-20.(7 1 3
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-35580
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
">.\P OOELZ.
Husband.
IRAH REYNOLDS GOET.Z.
Wife.
TU: MRS PEIU'RAH REYNOLDS
GOELZ
N v R< .olADt. Ill
'alifornia 90201
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
[thai an tion for Dissolution of Mar-
- ag< hat been filed against ron and
u are reciuired to serve a ropy of
ur written defenses, if any to it
ion Kwluej Krone & s.-heiniurc. at-
ari for Petitioner, whose address
I" 420 Lincoln Road. Suite 512. Miami
h. Florida, and file the original
|v II tha i rk of the ahove stvled
i urt on or before January 17th I97S:
I' II 1rwlse a default u ill be entered
-t you for the relief demand) I
i the molalnt or petition
Thla notice ahall he publiahed once
l week for f. ur consecutive weeks
l THE JEWISH FI.I.R1DIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
f. d i. urt at Miami. Florida on thla
|( -.ii di j i r December. 1074.
RICHARD HIMNKER
Aa i ''. rk. Circuit Court
1 ..! i 'ountv. Florida
By I. BNEEDEN
-___ As D-nutv Clerk
PfHrruit < iiurt Seali
:WITNEY. KRoOP &
| IINBERG, P.A.
I 1 Inroln !:..adSuite 512
*!! Bajtch, Florida 33139
itti eyi for Petitioner
105-538-7578
II 13-20-27 1 3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
CE is HEREBY GIVEN that
6 underaigned, desiring to engage
under the fictitious name
>f El Mai* Ml Shopping Center at r>900
eat 16th Avenue. Hlaleah. Florida.
itend to register said name with the
lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
ountr. Florida.
STFART Z PERMIAN- AND
HARRY B SMITH. TRUSTEES
Smith Mandler Smith Pinker
& Werner
407 Lincoln Road Suite 7-B
Miami Beach. Florida 33119
WITH. MANDLER. SMITH.
ARKER WERNER
Morneve for Applicant
(7 Lincoln Road. Suite 7-B
lami Beach. Florida 3.11.19
12.13-20-27 1/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 7435508
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE OF SUIT
IN RE: The Marriage of
MOFID AI.A.M MALIK.
Husband,
i
N< KM A Ri'PRIC.l'EZ
LIMA MAI.IK
Wife.
TO: NGRMA I!' IDRRII'EZ
LIMA MALIK-
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
Yor \RE hereby notified that a
Petition for Dlaaolutlon of Marriage
baa I"-, n filed against vnu and you
arc renuired to serve a copy of your
anawer or pleading to said petition on
husband's attorney: Joseph J. st.ti Esq., 1050 Spring Harden Road.
Miami. Florida 33136; and file the
original answewr or nleadine in the
fflce of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 13th dav of Januarv.
1975. If you fall to do BO, ludgrmnt bv
ilefault will he taken aealnst vnu for
the relief demanded In said petition.
Dated this lth day of Dei ember.
li-74.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of Circuit Court
By C P COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
12 13-20-27
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. 74-35285
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
MARGARITA HERRERA. Pc III loner
ORLANDO HERRERA. Respondent.
Ti >: Mr irlanda Hern :.i
Carre 51 So HI139
Bai ranauilla. < 'olombia
YOF ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Diaaolution of
Marriage has I.....n filed lUialnat vnu
and you are re,mired to aerve .i copy
of your written defenses, if any, to it
on ANTONIO i PINEIRO. JR., attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose address la
101 N W. 18 Avenue Miami Florida
13128: (SOS) 884-4553, and file the orig-
inal with the Clerk of the above Btvl-
%d i ourt on or before Januarv 17.
075; otherwise a default will he en-
tered acainsi \ou for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall he published once
e.I, Ii week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOH1DIAN
WITNESS my hand and the aegl of
said court at Miami. Florida on thia
6th dav of December. 1974.
RICHARD P, BRINKER
A- lierk. Circuit Court
Dade Count). Florida
By B J POY
As Denutv Clerk
(Circuit Court S.,.11
Antonio .1 Pineiro. Jr.. Esquire
'"i N w I-' Avenue
Miami. Florida 33I2S (324-455.5)
Attorney for Petitioner
12/18-20-37 1/3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deairlng to engage in
bualneaa u.....r the fictltloua name of
si PER AUTOMOTIVE at 8701 N.W.
Ttli \ \ N:... mi. II. 88127 Intenda to
n giatar with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dado County.
Florida.
AII'A M HERNANDEZ
! -n-27 L'3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMt LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealring to engage In
business under the fictitious nam- of
EL CRISTO SUPER MARKET al 8801
s u loth Street. Miami Intenda to
ni i mi' with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Lade County.
Florida.
JOSH LORENZO
12 20--7 1 '3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalarned, deairlng to engage In
bualneaa under the fictltloua name of
Al \ppi\ BPKCI \l.'. I ADVERTIS-
ING al 1401 8.W lal Btreet, Suite
106, Mlarn Pla tMend to regie-
tei said name with the Clerk of the)
Clrcuil Court nl l lade i 'ouni l iorida.
JOSE M PRENDEB
Ji IKE I LAZAU \
RAUL R "I IVA
12 27 1 -10-17
1/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 74-35433
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
I\" RE The marriage of
LES8IE C< iNWAT,
Wlf<
And
LEROY CONWAT.
Husband.
YOU.. LEROY CONWAY. residence
Unknowwn, are r, ouired to file vour
answer t the petition for dissolution
i i marriage with the Clerk of the
above Court and serve a cony there-
of upon petitioner's attorney. Herman
Cohen. Esq.. 422 S.W. 1st Btreet Mi-
ami. Florida. 33130, on or before Jan-
uary I". 1078. or else petition will be
Confess, ,j
Dated I..... 9. 1!>74
RICHARP P BRINKER.
Clerk, cir.-uit Court
By C P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
12/13-20-27 1/3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
line undersigned, desiring to eiiKaKc In
Ihusinesi under the fictitious name of
p ) Pt i ia Dull at 155t>(> Collins Are-
pu< Miami Beach, Florida Intends to
ii -ter said name with the Clerk of
' ''ireuil Court of Dada County.
I i da.
ERICH POOD INC.
By: Paul A. kerman
President
EN KEVINS
Applicant
hur G Ifrey Road
ki h. l-'londa 33140
12 20-27 1 3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTK i; la' HEREBY GIVEN thai
" underaigm g to engage in
under tl < flctliioua name of
lal Lah and Ri trch.
11 Lincoln Road.
.nds to rvgta-
nama a>itli the Clerk of the
1 uit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida,
I >RA B JANJIC
Mu-rav 7.. Klein
for Apnlktant
I Bldg., Miami
12 20-27 1 3-10
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
J. GWYNN PARKER
PROBATE NO. 748428
In RE Eatate of
KATE HAHEK.MAN
de. a-, ,1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA N AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 7435519
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGff.
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OP:
GONZAUO PEREZ GARCIA.
Petitioner.
DOLORES PEREZ GARCIA.
Respondent.
TO: DOI/IRES PEREZ GARCIA
Camnamento Tenedorea
Morales y Zabal
< luatemala
YOF ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Diaaolution of Mai-
riate has been filed auainst vnu and
you are renuired to serve a copy of
your uritt.n defenses, if any. to It on
ADi'l.Fo KOSS. attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is 101 N \V. 12th
Avenue, Miami Florida ::;Uv and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Jan,
17th. 1075; otherwise < default will be
entered against vou for the relief de-
li I in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall he published once
week for four comteoutlve weeks
In THE .ikwish FLOR1DIAN
WITNESS mi hand and lh seal of
said court al Miami. Florida on this
10th dav of Deo mber. 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER
\ Clerk, Iroull Court
1 Iji! !"';< 'I I
Bj MAR1" '.\ NEWMAN
a- i leouty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
_______________________12 13-20-27 1 '3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictltloua name
\\i i\ FRUIT SHIPPER -it 4523
Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Kla
3:ii4" Intenda m register said name
wwith the Clerk '! the Clroult Court
Of Dade County. Florida.
BRILL S INC.
12 18-20.27 I'3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, deairlng to engage
In business under the fictitious name
Ing claims or Demanda Aamlnst Said << DOMANI at 1840 N E. ISSrd Street.
Estate: North Miami, Florida 881*1 Intenda
Vou are hereby notified and renulr- to r.umter said name with the Clerk
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. 74-35070
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
RuDoLF" V. ALVAREZ.
Let it loner. '_
and "__JkT
RERTA C.I'IN ALVAREZ.
Ii. spond.nl
TO: BERTA Gl'IN ALVAREZ
Plnar del Rio
CieatO atoree
Ha\ ana, I Siba
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has I..en filed against VOU and
you are renuired to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any to It on
alhiI-Fii Loss, attonuu for Pe-
titioner, whose address is 10] N W.
12th Avenue. Miami. Florida 33128.
and file the original with (he clerk
of the abeve styled court on or before
January 17. 1975; otherwise a default
will be entered against vou for the
relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
5lh day of December. 1974.
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Ceuntv. Florida
By C. P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
A DOLED KOSS. ESUI'IRB
101 N.W. 12th Avenue.
Miami. Florida 8S138
Attorney for Petitioner
12/13-20-27 1/3
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.35133
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IV RE: The Marriage Of
FRANK LASOR8A
Husband
DONNA C. LASORSA
Wife
Yi I; Doi na C Ijisorsa
58 Sheridan Ave.
M t Vei non. New York
V"C ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Diaaolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against \ou and
you are required to serve a copy of
\< ii- u : i11. i defenaea. if any to it on
Stanlej E Goodman, attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address Is 2888 N W,
2nd Streel Miami. Florida 83147.
fill the original with the
of the ahove ntvied ourt on or before
Januarv 17. l:>7 otherwise B default
will be entered against vou for the
demanded in the complaint or
petition
This notice shall he published once
week for four consecutive woaka
in THE JEWISH i'i."i:ii'i.\.\
WITNESS mv hand and Ho seal of
said i ourt a' Miami. Florida on this
tith day of December. I 74
RICHARD I" BRINKER
At C|, rk, Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
By GLORIA ELLIS
As Deputy Clerk
(Clrcuil Court Seal)
12 13-20-37
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. 7435850
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
ANDRE I.ELS ALEXANDER.
Husband. Petitioner
SADIE MAE Ml XEALY
ALEXANDER
Wife. Respondent
TO: SAME MAE McNEALY
ALEXANDER
YOf ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an Action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are reoulred i" aerue copy of
your wrilten defenses if any. to it on
D.WIEI. RETTER. attorn, v for Pe-
titioner, whose address is 1005 Con-
gress Building, in N.E Second Ave-
nue. Miami. Florida 88182. and file
the original wnh the clerk of the
above Styled ourt on or before Jan-
uarv 24, 1975: otherwise a default will
he entered agaiasi you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or peti-
tion
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl HUMAN
U ITKE88 mv hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on thia
13th dav of Dec 1874.
RICHARD P BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Count v. Florida
Pv W1LLTE BRADSHAW JR.
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Curt Seal!
DANIEL BETTER. BSQUlRa
1005 i 'ongri aa Building
Miami. Florida I
Attorney for F.tuioner
13 ta.27 1/S-le
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. 74-35799
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE "F
RONALD DAVIS. BCSKAND.
SHERRY DAVIS. WIFE.
TO: RONALD DAVIS
514-U Third Street
Rawlina
Wvomlnr 82301
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to It
on Martin Starr, attorney tor I'eti.
tloner. whose address Is 420 Lincoln
Road. Miami Beach. Florida 3318*. and
file the original with the clerk o' the
gbt ve styled court on or before Jan-
uary 22. 1975: otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or peti-
tion
This notice shall be published once
Bach Week for four consecutive weeks
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
In THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
ourt at Miami. Florida on this
12th RICHARD V BRINKER
As CIt rk, Circuit Court
Dade Counti. Plot ''ia
i'.v I. BNEEDEN
As Deputy v'icrk
m in ii II c url Si .1)
Martin Starr
420 i Jni nln Road
Mam, I i la 3SISS
AI tome) for P< I iinmer
12 JO-27 1/3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-35*08
AMENDED NOTICE OF SUIT
IN RE: The Miimi.il
MOPID AI.A.M MALIK.
Husband,
S'ORMA R< IDRIGUEZ
LIMA MA I.IK
Wife.
Tl I NORM A RODRIGl'BZ
LIMA MALIK
RESIDENCE I'NKNOWN
Y< ARE HEREBY notified that a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed agalnal you a A \ou
are reouired to aervt oopy of your
answer 01 pleading to said petition
on husband's attorney: Joseph J 'ler-
H.-'i 1 05( Spi ll g C.ai del Load.
Mian.! 1 and file the
original answer or pleading in the
Office Of the Clerk nl the Circuit
Court on or before the 24th dav of
January IffTS. If you fall to do so.
Judgmenl bj default will be taken
against v,,u for the relief demanded in
said petition
Dated this imIi day of December.
1974.
RICHARD )' BRINKER
i :-i It o L'lrcuil Court
Bv: c I' COPELAND
L.puiv Cl.rk
12 Jii-27 1 ,1-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-36465
NOTICE OF SUIT
N RE: Tha Marriage of i
HELEN DYKES.
P< tltl.....r. i
an.I *
RAYMOND CRAIG DYKES. JR ,
ii- sporolent.
TO: RAYMOND CRAIG DYKES JR.
Ri ll'TE 4. It"\ 78
MENDE? COMMI'NITY
GLENN ll.1 K. liEORC.IA
YOr ARE HEREBY notified that a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed tgainal vou and vi u
reouired to servt a oopy of your
answei oi pleading to said petition
on wife's attorney, Joseph J ;-
tan, Esq.. i""'1"1 Spring Garden Road.
Miami. Florida 33138: and file the
original answer or pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 24th dav of
January 1971 it vou fall to do so>
Judgment by default will be taken
agalnal \< Saul petition.
Dated this 1th dav of Devember.
1974,
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of Circuit Court \ '
By: p ciipEi.AND
I icputy i "lerk
:: -2-27 l/3-io
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. 74.36803
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE M UtRJAUE I F
iSC vR Ti iRRES,
' nor.
and
OLADY8 TORRES.
R< spondent.
^____________ __________^ TO: c.i.apys TORRES
(Residence I'nknowal
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA thai an action for Dissolution of Mai
1 3
ed to present any claims and demands
which you niav have against the es-
tate of KATE IIA1IERMAN. deceased
late of Dads County, Florida, to the
' u', Judges of iiade County, and
; the same In duplicate ar.l as
provided in Section 733 1.; Florida
8 n- in their offices In the Coun-
) Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida, within fiptir calendar months from
lite time of the first publication, here-
of i r the same win i>e barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this
cember A D 1974
IRVING J HABERMAN
SYBIL II OREENSTEIN
As Executors
Eirtl puhin atl< n of this notl
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
MILTON PERI-MAN1001 owner
TALIANOFF & BADER. B8QB.
Attorneys for Domanl
12 18-80-17 1'S
-nth
SU 871 i ,i., r. 1974
PROMBERG, PROMBERG & RO
e on
PA.
By; James s. Roth
RUTH.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in bualneaa under the fictitious I ime
of INTERNATIONAL LISTING
SERVICE ai 7s">7 Bird Road, Miami.
Florida. Intend to regiater Mid name
with the Clara- of the Circuit curt
of Dade Countv Florida
JOHN E LeMtEUX
ROBERT P DALY
JOSEPH DIBARTOLOMEO
Attorney for Applicant
All
rney for Executors
" w. Flatter s,
reet. Miami. Florida
12 27
1,3
Mi' Bird Road
Miami. Kiorida 3S155
Phone: 8J8-337I
12 13-20-27 1/1
NO. 74-35430
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE THE MAHHIAllE UK:
OSVALDO H'CIANl
Husband.
vs
MARY JANE LUCIANI
Wife
You. MARY JANE LUCIANI. LAST
KNOWN RESIDENCE, .....I 27 street
Parkersburg. West Virginia 38101. are
harebj notified to aerve ,i copy of
voin Anawer to Hie Dissolution of
Marrlagi I lad agalnal you, upon hus-
bands attorney, (1EORGB NIOHO-
l.AS ESQ. >il2 N.W l-'lh Avenue.
Miami Forlda 33138, and die original
vvnh Clerk of Courl on or before
Jan 17. I97S; otherwise the Petltiod
w ill he confessed by t ou.
Dated 'i 9th day of Dec 1974
RK HARD P BRINKER. CLERK
Bt B .1 F >Y
Deputy Clerk
W^_ I1/18-J0-M 1/8
rlagi I.,is been filed against vou and
you are reouired to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if anv. to it on
STONE, SU8TCH1N A.- KOSS. P.A..
attorney for Petitioner, whose address
is 101 X W 12th Avenue. Miami FL
-. and file the original with tho
cl.rk of the ahove styled court on or
befori Jan 81, I8TS; otharwlae a de-
faolt will be entered against vou for
the reh.f demanded In the complaint
or petition,
Tttla notice shall ba puhlished once
each week loi four conaecutlve weeka
in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
WITNESS mv hand and Ihe seal of
aid court al Miami. Florida on this
83rd dav of ii,,- 1174.
RICH \KIi P BRINKER
Aa i "lerk, Circuit court
Dad, County Florida
Bv B. .1 POY
At Di put v in! i<
fCircuil Coin I s
ANTONIO .1 PINEIRO. JR.. ESQ.
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 *
DORIS M aCDONAU).
An Unremarried Widow.
I'lHintiff.
\ s.
JAMES LEWIS MAYNOR.
and M Vi NOR, his wife,
if married, whose first or given name
i- unknown, if alive, and i! dead,
agalnal tha hens, unknown devisees,
legatees, grantees personal represen-
tatives, or claimants, ol auch named
defendant, claiming
by, through and under the named de-
fendant, or otherwise under oi aa
them, and an) other in'son unknown
to the plaintiff, or having or claim*
Ing to h.iv, any i lahi title, or Ii -
-i In and to the land, through, by
or ti- del a Id defi ndant,
11, -. nda
NOTICE OF SUIT TO QUIET TITLE
IN THE NAME OF THE
STATE F II.' IRIDA
To thi P. fondants
JAMES LEWIS MAYNOR:
and MAYNOR, his wife,
if married, whose flrsl or given name
la uni now n. if ahve. ami If dead,
i ih, hell unknov n d. v sees,
Ii u.i,,. -. grantees, pei aonal 11 pi
iai iv Imanta, of such nami !
defendant, and also any..... claiming
i.v. thn iiurh and undi I de-
. it, i "ih, -. under or aga I
person unk a n
to ih'- plaintiff or having or claiming:
to have ans right, iitie. or Intereil
d t" the land, through, by or un-
di i ai I defi i.o.ini. or agalnal tin m:
And to:
All oiher p.Hues ..I- persona having or
claiming anj right title or interest in
and to Ihe following-described prop-
erty, situated in Pan*. County, Flor
Ida
I.ot 20. in Block of WIND-
WARP ESTATES SECTION
TWO according to tha Plai there-
of, aa recorded In 1'lni Hook 68
at Page 88, of the ruhhc Recorda
of Dade County, Florida, also
known a* 1980 N.w. 193 Terrace.
Miami. Florida
You. and each of you. are notified
that a Suit I" uuiel Title to th. above
described pronerti has been filed
against rou and you are renuired to
serve a con of your Answer to the
complaint on the Plaintiff* attorney.
JOSEPH c LAU88EL, 99S9 N w 7th.
Avenue, Miami. Florida 83150, and file
the original In the office Of the Clerk
of the Clrcuil Com! on or before
.lamiaiv ;:. 1978; otherwise the alle-
gations of the Complaint will be
lak, n al t 'onfi-ss. ,1
This Notice ahall bi puhlished once
each week f>r foui conaecutlve weeks
in ll.. .l.wish lloialiau
Land this 1Mb dav of December.
1974.
RICHARD P BRINKER
ireuit
I i.,,i. ', ii- i Kioi Ida
Attorn, v for Pet I tl
B)
1- .7
1 3-10-17 ____
r COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
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Friday, January 3, ^ J
Make food Fair Your First Step to Savings
BIG VARIETY! FINE QUALITY! REASONABLE PRICES!
SAVE 3 WAYS! BONUS SPECIALS I HONEST VALUES! PLUS MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
rU.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF LOIN
SIRLOIN
STEAK
US. CHOICE WESTERN BEEF ROUND
,M
$199
US. CHOICE WESTERN BEEF LOIN Mf
Porterhouse Steaks................ I Top Round Steak
U.S. CHOICE WESTERN U S CHOICE WESTERN BEEF ROUND $159
Beef Cubed Steaks................u. I Bottom Round Roast u 1
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK UNDER BLADE
POT ROAST PNLS.
U.S. CHOICE WESTERN BEEF CHUCK .
Under Blade Steak Bnls. u $15S
U.S. CHOKE WESTERN BEEF ROUND .
Bottom Round Rump Roast
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN
BEEF BRISKET
a
US CHOICE WESTERN BEEF CHUCK
Shl'dr Pot Roast Bnls.
US CHOICE WESTERN BEEF CHUCK
Shoulder Steak Bnls.
WHOLE OR
POINT HALF BNLS. LB.
$149
B.
$149
...........LB.
u$1"
$|49
FIA. OR SHIPPED GRADE A FRESH ICED
FRYER PARTS
89'
WHOLE BREASTS WITH RIBS
THIGHS DRUMSTICK S
WHOLE LICS LB.
FLA. OR SHIPPEO GRADE A FRESH ICED
FRYER QTRS,
59c
LEG OR
BREASTS
TENDER
SLICED BEEF LIVER
LB.
99
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 36
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 30
ALL FLAVORS
Hawaiian Punch
ALL GRINDS
P
49
46-OZ.
CAN
FOLGER'S COFFEE
89e
Fokje*
MB.
CAN
LIMIT 2 CANS. PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF S7 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
bKTE -TTH : ijfT^ 11 B
LAUNDRY ( DETERGENT M |C 49-OZ. f :* pkg.
LIMIT 1 CAN. PLEASE, WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
APPLE SAUCE
.MUSSELMANS
i
C *5o-b-
JAR
COMSTOCK
Apple Pie Filling 2iX 69c
TREESWEET UNSWEETENED
Grapefruit Juice 6 t& 79c
FRANKS or KNOCKS
YELLOW LABEL
Greenwood Sliced Beets m" 45 c
FOOD
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
(!)
PRICES EFFECTIVE FROM DATE OF PUBLICATION
THRU SUNDAY. JANUARY 5th
AT ALL FOOO FAIR STORES
EXCLUDING FOOO FAIt KOSHER MARKETS
7 START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT
WE REDEEM iY SAVINGS MERCHANTS GREEK
FEDERAL FOOD STAMPS FOB. THE FINEST
STAMPS^^j NAME BRAND GIFTS!
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
MAKE YOUR CHOICE FROM OUR LARGE VARIETY
AND BE SURE OF YOUR COMPLETE SATISFACTION
SWEET EATING
D'Anjou Pears
33c
PICK
YOUR
OWN
LB
Green Cabbage......................... 15'
GOLDEN SWEET
Carolina Yams u 19e
MclNTOSH
APPLES
3 69
Green Onions ..2mjncms 35'
98
CRISP
AND
CRUNCHY
FRESH PICKED
FLAVORFUL
Nutritious Mushrooms
LIB
PKG
SARA LEE FROZEN ..; >.
CHEESE CAKE
.
REGULAR
OR CHERRY
17.-OZ.
PKG
i"ANGY
Greenwood Red Cabbage 'Iff 45' s^wbe"^ Cheese Cake'^ M
AMERICAN
KOSHER
05 i2z
PKG
HEBREW NATIONAL KOSHER (MIDGET) # ,
Salami or Bologna ISSf $143
JUST RIGHT WITH HOT DOGS _
Seashore's Sauerkraut ....5BT 63c
TRY ME I M NEW! WIMBORG S SWEDISH
Herring Fillets TtSBT
POTATO. MACARONI. COLE SLAW ^
Betty Ann Salads 'iff
WONDERFUL BAKED GOODS!
MADE WITH PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING
FROZEN
LES CAL LOW FAT
Creamed Cottage Cheese.'a?- 49c
P. P. BRAND
Cream Cheese 2 \8k 35c
MAGGIOS
Mozzarella Cheese Sffi 79c
P. P. BRAND
Sour Cream eomSmm 51c
FRESH SEAFOOD DEPT
AVAILABLE ONlV AT STORES HAVING
SERVICE SEAFOOO COUNTERS
Saluto Party Pizza J8S $2'!
SERVICE APPETIZER DEPT.
AVAILABLE AT STORES HAVING SERVICE COUNTEIS.
All IUNCH MEAT CHEESE SLICED TO ORDER /
RICH'S DELICIOUS
TURKEY ROLL
59
QUARTER
LB.
POUNDLOAF MACKEREL
DAISY
KAKE
/
99
19-OZ.
PKG.
P. P. BRAND HAMBURGER OR
Not Dog Rolls oft 37
FLORIDA
CAUGHT
FLORIDA CAUGHT
Yellow tail
55
LB.
LB
$119
1
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. AIL CLERICAL TYPOGRAPHIC. PHOTOGRAPHIC AND PRINTING ERRORS
ARE
ALL *
WHITE
MEAT
DELICIOUS QC
Freshly Smoked Sturgeon %' Wi
MRS RESSLER S +r ggC
Chicken Roll..................ZJ3T*<
WISCONSIN S FINEST ^- ^flC
Muenster Cheese HA '*
SAVES THE WASHING mmm 4l(
Marcal Hankies *................& I'
P P BRAND m rflf
Whole Sweet Potatoes 2'
SUBJECT TO CORREaiON. NONE SOLD TO DEALERS.
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