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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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"^Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ime 48 Number 2
Miami, Florida Friday, January 10, 1975
6 rezhnev Postponement: Any Guess?

ATTRIBUTED TO POLITICAL DIFFERENCES
^elay is Not for Health...
JERUSALEM (JTA) Observers here
ive discounted the theory that Soviet Com*
kunist Party Secretai-y Leonid I. Brezhnev's
|sit to the Mideast was cancelled due to his
health condition."
The observers expressed the view that the
mediation of the trip was due to |x>litical dif-
renccs between the Soviet Union and Egypt
THEY BELIEVE that the stumbling block
in the talks between Soviet Foreign Minister
Andrei Gromyko and Egyptian Foreign Minister
Ismail Fahmy and War Minister Abdel Gamassi
was probably the reconvening of the Geneva
peace conference since Egypt is apparently not
ready to abandon U.S. Secretary of State Henry
A. Kissinger's step-by-step approach.
Observers now exjiect Kissinger to increase
Continued on Pag 5-A

. .<
BUT ON THE OTHER HAND
ewsman Says He Has Leukemia
Agranat
Report
Sums Up
By t'ZI BENZIMAN
CRUSALEM (JTA) The
ranat Committee, established
rear ago to investigate the eon-
ct of the Yom Kippur War,
11 submit its final report to the
|binet shortly.
Unlike the committee's two
Jerim reports which dealt with
behavior of the government
the military high command
Iring the days immediately pre-
iing the surprise attacks by
fypt and Syria on October 6,
73, the final report will evalu-
the performance of Israel's
fense forces during the first
days of battle.
THE REPORT is expected to
iccntrate on the events of Oct.
by all accounts one of the
)st crucial days of the war,
len the Israeli army, having
Illy mobilized, launched its first
punter attack against the Egyp-
in army in Sinai and failed
Continued on Page 6-A
CHICAGOThe Chicago Sun
Times reported here Saturday
that Soviet Communist Party
leader Leonid Brezhnev has
leukemia and that the progres-
sively debilitating effect of the
disease on Brezhnev is the rea-
son for the cancellation of his
trip to Egypt in midJanuary-
Columnist Charles Bartlett
said that Brezhnev has had to
contend "with the progressive
ravages of leukemia."
There was no confirmation or
denial from the State Depart-
ment over the weekend, but
Bartlett indicated that his in-
formation had been "confirmed
and confirmed."
According to the columnist,
Brezhnev was supposed not to
go to Egypt because of "the
flu," but "the knowledge that
he suffers from a far more re-
lentless affliction has been
closely held."
State Dep't.,
As Usual,
'Has No Idea9
WASHINGTON(JTA) The
State Department has no com-
ment on the sudden postpone-
ment of Soviet Communist Party
Secretary Leonid I. Brezhnev's
visit to Cairo and two other Arab
capitals scheduled for January.
Asked about its possible ef-
fects on the progress of the Mid-
dle East peace negotiations. De-
partment spokesman Paul Hare
said that Secretary of State Hen-
ry A. Kissinger has consistently
felt, and has stated publicly, that
progress was 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 in
December it was felt that there
would be further negotiations in
the Middle East and that has not
changed.
He also said he had no knowl-
edge of any change in reported
plans for a return visit to Wash-
ington by Allon.
Hare had no comment on a
report by syndicated columnist
Continued on Page 3-A
CHAIRMAN BREZHNEV
mortally stricken?
Maitland Minister's 'Holy War' Set
To Outwit Court Rule on Prayer
A Florida clergyman is setting
up what he calls a "holy war"
against "undesirable elements
Communist elements to my way
of thinking."
In the view of Maitland Rev.
Arthur Froehlich, pastor of the
Bible Presbyterian Church there.
the "undesirable elements" arc
those who take the U.S. Supreme
Court ruling seriously banning
mandatory prayers in public
schools.
THE RULING came more
than a decade ago.
Still, there is a Florida statute
calling for the teaching of
"Christian virtues" and related
"devotional exercises" in the
schools, and Rev. Froehlich sees
his "holy war" as another aspect
of the recent West Virginia text-
book war. which in his view in-
volved "attacks on good Christian
moral teachings."
At the center of the struggle
were hearings that opened before
a federal judge in Orlando Wed-
nesday designed to strike down
school board policies permitting
the continuing infraction of the
Supreme Court ruling.
PLAINTIFFS INCLUDE a
cross-section of Protestant. Catho-
lic and Jewish parents.
Out to check Rev. Froehlich is
Orlando attorney Jerome Born-
stein, head of the legal panel in
Continued on Page 2-A
Journal
Is Cause
For Fracas
LONDON (JTA) An anti-
Semitic article has appeared in
"Beaver," the journal of the
London School of Economics
Student Union.
The article, entitled "Zionism -
Another Word for Nazism.' is
by one, Roman Brodskye. pro-
fessor of modern history at the
University of Lvov, and ideologue
on Jewish matters for the
Ukrainian Soviet Authorities.
BRODSKYE IS also author of
the 1973 book. "The Class Es-
sence of Zionism."
The article says among other
things: "Zionism seeks to sow na-
tional discord among working
people. It preaches that Jews are
mankind's elite and that people
of other nationalities should be
slaves to Jews. .
"Different Zionist organizations
Continued en Page 8-A
Voronel and Wife Safe
In Israel After Struggle
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA)Prof.
Alexander Voronel. one of the
leading activists for Jewish
emigration from the Soviet
Union, has arrived here with
-
THEY'RE GUESTS Of THE PIO
British Tour Refugee Camps
KING HUSSEIN
new assassination threat
LONDON(JTA)Six British Labor MP's
Sunday began a 12-day tour as guests of the
Palestine Liberation Organization with visits to
refugee camps in Lebanon, The Daily Telegraph
reports from Beirut.
They will meet with Yassir Arafat and other
PLO leaders, though, "for security reasons" they
have not been told when.
DAVID WATKINS, the leader of the group,
said that the visit had been arranged with the
_ ....... ama&tuiiuiuiiriuu iim :. iijumtmrai.a>.....i..........
PI.O by the Labor "Middle East Council," a
fervent pro-Arab pressure group.
Traveling expenses were being paid by the
United Arab Emirates, and living expenses in
Damascus and Beirut provided by the PLO.
Watkins claimed the "Middle East Council"
included 49 Labor MP's and one I-abor Peer, as
well as several hundred Labor Party members.
It was founded in 1969 "to secure a balanced
Continued on Page 7-A
[I..U .......
his wife. Nina, successfully cul-
minating a two-and-a-half year
struggle for their own emigra-
tion rights.
The 44-year-old theoretical
physicist who was dismissed
from his job and stripped of his
academic prerogatives when he
first applied for an exit visa
in April. 1972. landed at Ben
Gurion Airoort with a large
group of Russian-Jewish emi-
gres from Vienna
They traveled in an Austrian
airliner owing to the shut-down
of El Al because of a labor dis-
pute.
A LARGE grotiT) of Israeli
and emigre scientists were at
the airport to greet Prof. Voro-
nel.
He was welcomed by Prof.
Yuval Ne'cman. president of
Tel Aviv University and him-
self an internationally promi-
nent physicist, who assigned a
position to Voronel on the uni-
Continued on Page 3 A :


Page 2-A
*JenMfkriJi3r
Friday, January
'::


I Kissinger -
Threatens
I Oil War
From Worldwide News Services
WASHINGTON Amid angry blasts from leading Demo-
crat!, among tlicm Henry Reuss (D., Wisc.t, who api>eared
Sunday on the CBS-TV program, "Face the Nation," where he
called Secretary of State Henry Kissinger's remarks "immoral."
Dr. Kissinger continued to take the position this week that he
cannot rule out the use of military action if Middle Fast oil
policies were strangling the industrial nations.
Kissinger made his remarks in an interview with the mag-
azine "Business Week." while stressing "the use of force would
te considered only in the gravest emergency."
He said it would be unwise for the United States to trade
Israeli concessions to the Arabs for a reduction of oil prices
because that would create the basis for pressures in the op-
posite direction.
Underlining the importance of Kissinger's remarks was that
the State Department distributed copies of the interview to
newsmen. Kissinger's comments came after President Ford said
it would be "inappropriate" to comment on recurring reports
that there is a National Security Council contingency plan for
the U.S. t" take over some Arab oil fields or help Israel to <;.
v:
LONG-RANGE POLICY IMPRES8B8 I.K \I>KRS
JERUSALEM A 25-member delegation from the Con-
ference of Pn ents of Major American Jewish Organizations
came away from a three-hour briefing with Premier Yitzhak
I with both the Premier's long-range planning
himself.
"Some of us had been under the impression that Israel's
government wa.- 'muddling through' without a clear-cut plan,"
Rabbi i>rae! Miller, chairman of the Presidents' Conference,
I I "But now we see the overall plan."
The delegation members had high praise for Rabin's ability
to get recent and current Middle East events into their broader
global context. The delegation was in Israel for four days, meet-
ing with Israel government and Jewish Agency o.'ticials to dis-
cuss common issues confronting Jews in Israel and the United
States and to exchange views on the efforts to build under-
standing of Israel's cause among the makers of public opinion
and public |x)licy in the U.S.
:': & *
DA VAN: U.S. IS SQUEEZING ISRAEL ON TERRITORIES
TEL AVIV The I'nited States has reversed its support
of Israel's policy that no territorial withdrawals will be made
before a final j>eace treaty with the Arabs is achieved, accord-
ing to former Defense Minister Moshe Dayan.
"And Israel has accepted this policy," Dayan told hun-
dreds of students and faculty members in the third of his serii s
Of lectures at Bar Han University. Dayan said that Israel does
not accept the American viewpoint.
Dayan also said the U.S. avoids confrontation with the So-
viet Union by applying pressure "ii Israel. For example, he said.
when the USSR threatened to intervene if Israel continued its
advance in the k*om Kippur War, the Americans forced Israel
not to advance, thus averting a confrontation.
.

ANTI-SEMITIC OVERTONES IN GREEK HOSTILITY
WASHINGTON Hostility toward the United States n
G Cyprus is taking on anti-Semitic overtones with
Stat Henry A. Kissinger as the main tan
Athi ru new-;1. ntly carried a declaration by B
Chrysostomos ol Piraeus, the Greek Orthodox Metro ilitai
ing: "The Get tan Jewish Secretary ol state of America is
icious tripe throughout the world for the purpose
ol destroying Cyprus. Someone should be found to put a violenl
end to his attempts."
In addition. Israel is being depicted as the chief motivat-
ing force of U.S. foreign policy in the Mediterranean region,
according to reports from Athens. U.S. bases in Greece are
being pictured as intended primarily to support Israel while
the IS. is eharged With having fomented strife in Cyprus to
extend its bases on that island.
Many Greeks and Cypriotes also See a parallel between the
plight of the 150,000 to 200,000 Greek Cypriotes driven from
their homes by the Turkish invasion last July with the plight
of Palestinian refugees,
HALKW RESIGNS IVOM BERET, RKMAINS IN LIKUD
JERUSALEM While declaring he will continue in the
Knesset as a member of the opposition Likud, former Supn
1 Justice Pan amin Halevy has reel med from Herat, one
oi the political parties within Likud.
Halevj chargi I Herat with inflexibility and failure to come
tu terms vvitii the polriical realities governing Israel's future, in
No. L' n ised the 65-
year-old .inns! of turning bis bach on tin Ideals that bad
ight him Into Herat, that of a "Greater isi. i
Halevy. who was one of the presiding Judges at the Elch-
mann trial, had i sated that Herat a ept Premier
Yitzhak Rabin's terms for entering the government. Herat
adamantly rejected his proposal.
1-10-75
'Holy War9 to Outwit Court ft,|(
Continued from Page l-A
Central Florida of the American
Civil Liberties Union.
IN BORSSTEIVS view, the
abuses of the Federal injunction
against religious activity in the
public school system are wrong
"whether done in God's name or
anyone else's
We want to take this all the
way to firmly establish the prin-
ciple that prayer has no place
in the public school classroom."
according to Bernstein.
In between the opposing views
of Bornstein and Rev. Froehlich
is the Orange County School
Board, which these days seems
not quite as enthusiastic as it
did in the beginning in the role
of defendant.
BOARD CHAIRMAN Mrs Bar
bara Davies was quoted in the
Miami Herald Sunday as saying
that "We've crown up a good
deal'' since the suit started four
years ago,
"Orange County has been a
focal point in the cen"
state for tests rf these things. It
seems like someone is always
suing us to test the law." she
said in a tone of fatigue.
Among other things. Froehlich
has been at the head of drives
to elimtnate sex education in the
schools and to permit the dis-
tribution of Bibles in the class-
room.
Bornstein recalls that early on
in the suit. US. District Judge
George Young argued that
"Schools have lonjj recognized
the need for teaching good hy-
habits: the desirability of
the use of a toothbrush has not
to home instruction
alone.' he wrote.
"WHY THEN should
sehooks omit insplratl ,"
grams designed to proni0>
sty. decency and respw,*' ,
rights of others1" *wl,*l
The judge refused to r
injunction.
Orange County ,empert r^
at a School Board '
1970. which Bornstein
Froehlich. araon
dressed. "I've never been a(
at a public gathering .
like I was that mghi I
declared.
The latest legal maneuv-J
fare a federal judge ,
Wednesday may
solve the problem
Ford I lull v
About New
Trade Acl
WASHINGTON JTA)
President Ford, in signing
the Trade Reform Act into
law last Friday, expressed
"reservations about the wis-
dom of legislative language
that can only be seen a ob-
jectionable and discrimina-
tory by othiT sovereign
states."
Many of the act's pro-
visions, he said, "are com-
plex and may well prove dif-
ficult to implement." How-
ever, he declared that "in
the spirit of cooperation with
the Congress. I will do my
best to work out any neces-
sary accommodations "
SOME AMONG the 200
governmental leaders and
others at the White House
ceremony thought the Presi-
dent was referring to the
Jackson V.uuk Amendment
embodied in the law that
calls for i asing if
emigration for Jews and
others in return for U S
benefits an i ere
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act.
Soviet I iai Partj
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attacked the amendment
sh rtly befoi > Ford met him
in Vladivostok in December.
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Friday, January 10, 1975
t'Jenist FhrfdHar
Pag 3-A

HH Kissinger's
War Threats
Called 'Immoral'
Israel Set for Red Ties
Continued from Page l-A
Jack Anderson that Kissinger
had angrily blamed Israel for
lack of progress toward peace at
a secret White House foreign
polity briefing for Congressional
leaders recently.
THE POSTPONEMENT was
announced simultaneously by the
official Egyptian Middle East
News Agency in Cairo and by
Tass, the official Soviet news
agency, in Moscow.
The Tass announcement said
the postponement was by mutual
agreement and that a new mu-
tually acceptable time for the
visit will be decided later."
Brezhnev was to have arrived
in Cairo Jan. 13 and to have yone
on to Damascus and Baghdad.
The extension of his visit to
Syria and Iraq, arranged after
his trip to Egypt was announced.
l- believed to have been intend
ed as a gesture of reas.-uranee to
the governments of those coun-
tries whine policies have l>en
closer to Russia's than have been
the policies of the Egyptian gov-
ernment.
OBSERVERS HEBE in fact
believe the postponement maj
have been due to new differences
log between Moscow
Cairo.
The announcement was made
two days after the arrival in Mos-
i ol Egyptian Foreign Mini-- r
Ismail Pahmy and Minisl of
War Gen. Mohammed Abdcl
Gam;'
They were reportedly sent to
the Soviet capital by Pn
Anwar Sadat in response to an
urgent message from Brezhnev
on Dec 26.
V or on el,
Wife Finally
In Israel
Continued from Page l-A
v faculty a year ago.
Voronel's son. a mathematics
Stll lent who lives in Jerusalem.
v.. also at the airport.
Voronci'- case '';- brought
to worldwide attention when
he organized scientific seminars
at his Moscow apartment to en-
able other dismissed J< v -
scientists to keep up with the
latest developments in their
Voronel freely admitted that
anathcr purpose was to bring
the plight of Jewish academi-
cians and Intellectuals to the
attention of world opinion.
His seminar- werf constantly
harassed by the KGB (
police).
ONE seen gathering, sched-
uled for last July when foi
ridenl Nixon \\.i< in M OS-
C >w, was prevented from taking
place by Soviet authorities who
seated Voronel's flat and ar-
id whoever sought entry to
it.
Voronel told reporters at the
airport that the seminars wire
part of the struggle for emi-
gration and had proved ef-
fective, "instead, of us fearing
the KGB it was tl KGB that
feared the activities of Jewish
ntl 's." he sai I.
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The two high ranking Egyptian
government officials were be-
lieved to have gone to Moscow
to make final arrangements for
Brezhnev's Cairo visit and to ne-
gotiate new Soviet arms deliver-
ies to Egypt.
SOME OBSERVERS here be-
lieve that the arms negotiations
ran into difficulties over terms.
They suggested that Soviet lead-
ers may have insisted that Egypt
accept a new influx of Soviet ad-
visors and technicians along with
the weapons systems it seeks.
Some sources said that Moscow
was disturbed by signs that Sadat
still retains hope that the step-
by-step diDloma-y which U.S.
Secretary of State Henry A. Kis-
singer has pursued in the Middle
East to the exclusion of Russia,
can bring about a satisfactory
settlement.
The Kremlin also feels that
Sadat has not been sufficiently
forceful in his support for re-
convening the Geneva peace con-
ference, a major objective of
Soviet diplomacy in the Middle
Fast, (iiven the Russian misgiv-
ings, the postponement of Brezh-
nev's vi initiative, could be seen as a
warning to Sadat not to rely on
American peace i [forts to achieve
a settlement without Soviet co-
operation, the source- said
JERUSALEM(JTA) For-
eign Minister Yigal Allon reiter-
ated here prior to his recent
U.S. trip that Israel was pre-
pared to resume diplomatic re-
lations with the Soviet Union
and said the Soviet authorities
were aware of it.
Replying to questions in the
Knesset, Allon said that neither
the Soviet Union nor any other
Communist bloc country has ap
proached Israel about resuming
the diplomatic ties they broke
during the 1967 Six-Day War.
HOWEVER, Allon said. "Our
standpoint has always been and
still is that despite differences
of opinion between us and the
Soviet Union, misunderstanding
can be prevented, and even a
certain measure of mutual under-
standing achieved, through con
stant and direct contacts which
are possible only between coun-
tries which maintain diplomatic
relations."
The Foreign Minister added.
"This viewpoint has been brought
to the attention of the Soviet
Union which knows full well we
are prepared to renew relations
as SO >:i a- possible Our door is'
open t" any such initiative."
With regard to the People's
Republic of China. Allon said nc
changes haw been noted in Pe
kind's attitude toward Israel, ;
the government will continue to1
k contacts, directly or indi-
rectly.
ALLON ALSO told the K.
that Israel had a commitm
fi'i m Eg) i'! to hoiV 'i in-
ciple of free navigation in the
Suez Canal when the waterway
is reopened.
He said that Israel-bound car-
goes would be allowed transit of
the canal, but the passage of Is-
rael flag-ships would have to
await a more permanent settle
ment with Egypt.
He said that when the previous
government decided to sign the
disengagement agreement with
Egypt last January, it was aware
that the agreement would not
settle all matters in dispute be-
tween the two countries.
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*Jtnit krHi3ir
Friday, January 1G, 1975
The Benefits of Detente
Kremlinology is still a very inexact science.
First, Leonid Brezhnev cancelled his trip to Cairo be-
cause of the rift between the Soviet Union and President
Sadat over Sadat's presumed preference for Henry Kis-
singer's step-by-step resolution of the problems between
Egypt and Israel.
Then he had a bad cold.
Then he had bronchitis or a touch of the flu.
Then he was not going to give sophisticated arms to
Egypt until Sadat made some promises about letting all
those Soviet "technicians" return there that Sadat bounced
out almost two years ago.
Now he has leukemia, and the latest Kremlinology
Intelligence is that the fust major benefit of detente will
be the availability to Brezhnev of American medical know-
how in the treatment of this mortal disease.
Which is about as inexact as anything can get, con-
sidering the batting average for cancer control in either
country.
Back in 1962, Black Martinigue psychiatrist Franz
Ganon, the philosopher father of Third World revolution,
died of leukemia in the Bethesda Naval Hospital in Mary-
land.
He had come to the U.S. as a last resort from the
Soviet Union, which of course was his first choice for
medical assistance.
Dividing People of Florida
Once again we aze in for a struggle that will divide
faiths, families and human decency, this time in the State
of Florida.
At issue are the hearings that opened Wednesday in
Orlando over the Florida law reguiring the teaching of
"Christian virtues" in the schools.
That law was passed before the United States Su-
preme Court issued a ruling banning mandatory prayer
in Florida's public schools.
Maitland Rev. Arthur Froehlich will have none of it.
In his view, "attacks on good Christian moral teach-
ings" cue launched by "Communist elements, to my way
of thinking."
That means just about anybody, including more per-
ceptive Catholics, Protestants and Jews, who believe that
the practice of one's faith is a function of the home and
he practice of one's faith is a function of he home and
church or synagogue.
It also means that Rev. Froehlich doesn't care what
he says so long as he can discredit people who don't
agree with him. Which, of course, in the end will mean
what we warned about in the beginning the dividing of
faiths, families and human decency.
Miami Council Week
i
The National Council of Jewish Women annually
celebrates Council Week across the country, and in Mi-
ami, Council Week will highlight the Greater Miami Sec-
tion's annual membership meeting Wednesday noon, Jan.
15, at the Seville Hotel.
Despite the growing mood of pessimism gripping the
nation, the 100,000 members of the National Council of
Jewish Women continue to dedicate themselves to the
organization's programs in a positive mood.
Recalling Eleanor Roosevelt's observation that "It is
better to light one candle than to curse the darkness," Mrs.
Judy Gilbert, president of the Greater Miami Section,
suggests that of course Council women recognize the
enormity of the social problems facing them and our
country as a whole.
"Yet, rather than buckle under their weight, we work
at selected tasks with enthusiasm, intensity and patience."
And so, in the face of a growing malaise into which
the nation seems to be slipping, Council, for example:
Takes great pride in its recent survey and pending
book on Juvenile Justice;
Joins in support of the enormous task involved in
the exodus of Jews from the Soviet Union;
Continues its programs that benefit a variety of
projects in Israel;
Remains ever vigilant of the system of Jewish ethics
in support of human dignity as the most important of all
human concerns.
Inerested? That, on a small scale of a much grander
design, is what Council Week is all about and also
that annual membership meeting at the Seville.
Ifs QiudityajtdNptJust Cash
Vi.aix I has said thai
to help solve the
Miami Philharmonic's i
crisis, be would conduct the
ol the ason tor free if neces-
sary.
That would be a had de
Things are i ad enough now.
The., do not, by what may on
Its ic Beem to be his G i
try, then to be co
ess, have to
be mi
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the orchestra now it.
tic "growth," its mans
Its bravura eonductoi -
tional kneepanta,
tuency ol Its citizens' I rd
I was ciitical about thn
BgO, as well.
Only then, the doyens o
diminuendo dado, hoi tin j
tro high like some
ntly decorative c mine
catch, pilloried me, and rat
\ idously as i recall, foi -
;:r exactly the sa i e
Inally brought t; .
j ol him now. Oi
n ost.
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of i I
istency: A1 the d m
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him. At the ri
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r the 1 Bginnli I pla
the Maestro for his
oei t tours whi h
hi- expert n
nd t i the I em i
y ol the Philhai
But later. I ling to thu
Nostradamus, I w is a i Itir j I
his European tours were
ego trips knten '.< l l
fit hit own
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COMMENT

The year just past was no!aide
for the discovery by many
Americans that they won- belli |
gulledlied to, patting it blunt-
lyby our political, business and
intellectual leaders.
IF IT wore jusl that, SU( '
COWry would be a plus for us.
Most anyone can tell a lie when
it's pointed out. What disturbs
me. however, is my suspicion that
it is really the debasement of our
language into Orwellian "New-
speak.' The press which u doing
such a good job lately of expos-
ing the liars, seems unable to
cope with the subtleties that un-
derlie the road to 1984.
For example, when confronted
with the fact of staggering un-
employment in the Detroit area,
not to say the nation, a Ford
executive had this to say: -Just
remember one thing. There are
more people employed now than
at any other time in this nation's
history. That's a fact we seem to
forget."
The aim of Newspeak in Or-
well's classic and prophetic book,
"1984," was to narrow the range
of thought thus making con-
sciousness always a little smaller
until ultimately there would be
a vocabulary of some 250 words
By dropping off any mention that
there are more employed because
there are more people than at
any other time in our history,
the Ford executive is well on
his way to the next step in New-
speak, slogans like: 'War Is
Peace': "Freedom is Slavery':
"Ignorance is Strength."
Bt'T IF Ford Isn't ready, the
President of totalitarian Brazil
ll, \- that nation, he says, moves
toward a "genuinely democratic
framework." he is prepared to
"ate authoritarian measures
it nnti democratic t
In this system, there is no place,
-
to the very rules of the
We A have
made the rules of that d< m >
cratic game, accepting the beite-
f remaining free while we
subvert governmei I ad, ar
for assaesinations, hire
armies, etc to pr
our "democratic framework,"
even when thi I sub-
verting abroad la bl back
home as a natural consequence.
is not surprised that the
ultimate casuist, William Buck-
ley defends the domestic spying
of the CIA with Newspeak ai
well as his old fashioned Latin
phrases fas a member of the
Conservative Chk it can hardly
be expected that Buckley will
give tin Oldsneak completely)
TRET (that's the be
are ganging up on the CIA: be-
bv AWARD COHEN
e they don't believe,
of them, that America oui
be in the business of deft |
people, here or abroad, '' '
I i --.._ as Castro has
to Cuba, or Mao Tse-Tui
China." That's on Page 7 \
January 1 Miami Hera
18A, E Howard Hun- tells
he was "coerced" into pick '
intormation on Sen. Barry '
water collected by the behalf of President I
Johnson during the 1*>4
dential campaign.
It would take omc "1934''
Doublethink to relate
Barry Goldwater by the CIA to
Mao and Castro. To quote
Orwell's book what would appear
to be a good description of
ley: "The Party Intel)
knows in which direction I
memories must be altered
therefore knows he is pi
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Volume 48
Friday, January 10, 1975
Number 2
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iFriday, January 10, 1975
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Page 5-A
OHl SIDE Of WE STORY ANYWAY
Brezhnev Did Not Really Delay
I Trip Because of Poor Health
Continued from Page 1-A interim agreement,
the I ace toward a resumption of the negotia- AT THE same time, officials here rejected
Dona directed to lead eventually to another a report attributed to syndicated columnist Jack
Anderson which said Kissinger
Allon Visit Off;
Due Next Week
[II By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
Washington
State Department said
that Israeli Foreign
list.: Yigal Allon would meet
Secretary of State Henry
iKissinger here "in the mul-
exl week," but gave no
Mflc date for their meeting.
'he announcement followed
\hv: reports that Allon Mil
I in Washington on or |
i.t .Ian. 10 Israeli sources
9 but State Depart-
..'sn-.an Robert Ander-
sai i tiiat this WM never an-i
. the Department and
.. would not set a date for i
i. ting.
-. n confirmed that Kis-
et twice over the week-
Witta Israeli Ambassador
s
Udall Stomps
rFor President
WASHINGTON(JTA)Rep.
ris K. Udall tD.. Ariz.), who
announced himself as a
fcral candidate for the Dcmo-
Jtic nomination for President
11976, said here that he would
or any Middle East agreement
t has "secure borders" for Is-
B and "some promise of sta-
Ity and peace in that region."
Appearing on the "Issues and
fwers" television program.
all said, "We are going to
, ort Israel," when asked
ut the quantity of convention-
[weapons the United States is
during and Israel's require-
nts.
JDALL ALSO said that "ob-
usly the concerns of the Pai-
ne Liberation Organization I
the refugees have got to be ;
pressed." and that he was pre-
to negotiate with "any-
to bring peace in the Mid-
East .
Lsked which way he would
it" if he had to decide be-1
fen supporting Israel or oil I
fcplies, Udall replied, "The j
peeie will be on at some point I
loubtedly.
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[pain. But there's one pain re-
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Simcha Dinitz. He said the meet-
ings were a "full, friendly and
comprehensive review of the sit-
uation in the Middle East in all
of its aspects in advance of Al-
lon'l visit r.ext week." The un-
usual weekend sessions lasted 45
minutes on Saturday and 90
minutes Sunday.
complained of Israeli inflexibil-
ity in the Golan Heights which
caused the present stalemate.
The officials noted that both
during Foreign Minister Yigal
Alton's recent Washington visit
and afterwards, there was no
mention of a possible retreat
from the Golan at this stage of
the talks.
However, observers here re-
called that there has been con-
tinued concern over the possibil-
ity which had been referred to
in the past over an Egyptian de-
mand to link all agreements
with Israel to both herself and
Syria.
Brandeis University National V/omen's Committee of Great-
er Miami will sponsor the "University on Wings" Tuesday
from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom, Mi-
ami Beach. "University on Wings'' will include a sym-
posium on Jewish Consciousness in Contemporary Amer-
ica, featuring three distinguished professors from Brandeis
University. Prof. Lawrence Fuchs (left) will conduct a sem-
inar on "The Jewish Family: The Jewish Father for a
Change;" Professor Ariella Goldberg will conduct a sem-
inar on "Wives, Concubines, and Queens: A Survey of
Jewish Women in the Bible"; and Prof. Jacob Cohen will
conduct a seminar on "The New Anti-Semitism: Reflections
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Agranat Committee Winds Up War Study
1975
Continued from Page 1-A
with severe losses in dead and
wounded.
That failure has been pondered
for more than a year by military
experts, politicians and analysts.
There have been no indica-
tions yet of what verdict the
Agranat Committee has reached
after thousands of hours of in-
vestigation, testimony and study.
IT IS doubtful, in fact, whether
the full verdict will ever be made
known to the public
But the tenor of the final re-
port may be deduced from the
open discussions in the public
media so farthe battlefield ac-
counts, analyses and recrimina-
tions by some of the top com-
mander's involved which point
to serious weaknesses, by no
means general, but not altogeth-
er unique, in the fighting quali-
ties of the Israeli Army at the
time of the Yom Kippur War.
The Agranat Committee is a
highly respected, non partisan
body. Its chairman is Supreme
Court Chief Justice Shimon Agra-
nat, and the rest of the panel
consists of Supreme Court Jus-
tice Moshe Landau, State Con-
troller Yitzhak Nebenzahl, and
former Army Chiefs of Staff
Yigal Yadin ajid Haim Laskov,
all men of unquestioned compe-
tence and integrity.
THE COMMITTEES first in-
terim report precipitated the
resignation of the Cabinet of
former Premier Golda Meir and
forced the resignation of the
Yom Kippur War Chief of Staff,
Gen. David Elazar.
At the committee's recommen-
dation. Gen. Shmuel Gonen.
commander of the southern front,
was suspended from his com-
mand, and several other high
ranking officers were demoted
or forced to resign, among them
the former head of army intel-
ligence Gen. Eliahu Zeira.
It remains to be seen whether
the final report precipitates a
further shake-up of Israel's mili-
tary establishment.
Although the Egyptian army
was eventually defeated, and Is-
raeli forces succeeded in gaining
a large wedge on the western
bank of the Suez Canal putting
Israel in a superior military po-
sition when the cease (ire was
declared, the defeat of Oct. 8
was a bitter pill and tragic in
terms of the Israeli casualties.
ACCOUNTS MADE public so
far indicated several cases of
poor tactical planning, sevcrnl
cases of false or misleadingly
optimistic battlefield reports that
WOT
Ford Repeats His Fear of War
WASHINGTON 'JTA)For the second time in less than a
week. President Ford has expressed his belief that there is a high
likelihood of war in the Middle East.
His latest .statement was made to UPI in Vail. Colo,, where the
President and his family have been on a Christmas holiday.
FORD'S LATEST warning de-
clared: "I firmly believe, unless
there is some movement on a
step-by-step basis (toward) peace
in the Middle East, there's a high
degree, there's a high likelihood
of war."
Declaring he was encouraged
despite rising tensions in the
area. Ford said: "I think all
parties recognize another war
would be a real tragedy, both in
lives lost and the financial cost.
I think its consequenoes could be
very- serious."
Asked what he planned to do
about the situation, the President
stated: "Keep on working, trying
to get Israelis and Arabs to ex-
pand the disengagement efforts
that were successful in 1973 and
1974. to broaden the agreements
(between) the Israelis and the
Arab nations. If we keep work-
ing on it. and get some success.
I think we can prevent another
bloodv conflict."
FORD ALSO stated that it
would be "inappropriate" to
comment on recurring reports
that there is a National Security
Council contingencv plan for the
United States to take over some
Arab oilfields, or help Israel to
do so. if there is another Arab
oil embargo.
There had been some report!
that the Pentagon was thinking
in terms of a military interven-
tion against the Arabs in case of
a new oil embargo to protect U.S.
"vital interests."
On Dec. 17. the Defense De-
partment denied reports that
American troops were being
trained to take over Mideast oil-
fields in the event of another em-
bargo. Department spokesman
William Beecher insisted that
"there has been no change in the
training of any of the services of
any kind" to warrant this specu-
lation.
HE DECLINED to comment
on any contingency plans or to
say if the Department considered
as feasible a U.S. military take-
over of oilfields.
Beecher referred to a state-
ment by Defense Secretary James
Schlesinger that the U.S. was not
contemplating anv military ac-
tion of any kind in the Mideast.
The speculation arose when
the U.S. army's magazine, "Sol-
diers." reported in November on
a helicopter assault training ex
ercise near Fort Riley. Kansas,
on a target named "Petrolandia."
THE DEFENSE Department
stated subsequently that the
name was due to an unfortunate
typographical error and the
proper name should have
"Patrolandia."
On Dec. 18. White House pn ss
secretary Ron Nessen charged
that talk of U.S. military inter
vention in the Mideast was lr
responsible.
Nevertheless, unofficial talk in
certain high circles in Washing-
ton has been that V S Marines
would attempt a takeover >>f
Libya's vulnerable oil fields A
takeover of the Persian Gul
fields is seen as impractical be-
cause the wells and pipelines are
highly vulnerable to -
Soviet Court Shuns
Plea to Dismiss
Leviev's 'Crimes'
LONDON(JTA)Jewish sources in the Soviet '
port that the Supreme Court of the Belorussian Republic
missed the appeal of Mikhail Leviev, a Moscow Jew accused .it
alleged economic crimes, and confirmed the death sentence
passed on him by the Moscow City Court.
Sophia Leviev, Mikhail's wife, was reported to be distraught
because President Nikolai Podgorny, in response to her appeal
for clemency, said the case would be reopened and a new in-
vestigation started thereby temporarily staying the death sen-
tence.
Podgorny's letter was received by her several days
Leviev's lawyer, Semion Arye, has now appealed to the Supreme
Court of the Soviet Union.
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caused the political leadership to
make wrong decisions, cases in
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standing tradition of the Israeli
armv to retrieve all wounded
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The accounts also indicated
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hi of the Middle East within the Labor Party,
lich has a strong Zionist influence."
WATKINS STATED that the "Council" re-
rded the PLO as representative of the Pales-
lian people.
The MP's are expected to meet Salah
jlaf, (Abou Iyyad), who organized the abor-
tive assassination attempts against King Hussein
in Morocco in October, and who over the week-
end reiterated that he was still determined to
kill the Hashemite ruler.
"If anybody wants to give Hussein a chance,
let him. But as far as I am concerned, the matter
is settled. I am not giving the king a chance,"
Khalaf is quoted in the British press as saying.
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I
orld-Renowned Personalities
luit UNESCO Musical Activities
By YITZHAK RABI
^E\V YORK (JTA) Eighty
Id renowned personalities in
fields of music, dance, and
ra have signed a petition de-
jng that they "refuse to par-
ste" and "disassociate" them-
from the activities of
ESCO.
Pur withdrawal will continue
UNESCO rescinds its Do-
ing resolution directed
Bt Israel." they said in their
ion which was in the form
letter to Amadou Mahter
w. UNESCO's director gen-
in Paris.
E ACTIOV of protest
si UNESCO's anti-Israel
utions was announced in a
conference on the stage of
lie Hall, with many of the
s attending personally,
g them I-eonard Bernstein.
Bthur Ruben.stein and Isaac
pern.
The meeting was organized by
the Musician's Committee of
Concern for UNESCO, jointly
chaired by Bernstein, Stern and
other musicians. In explaining
their decision to disassociate
themselves from UNESCO activi-
ties, the artists said:
'UNESCO has utterly discred
ited itself in the eyes of musi
cians and dancers the world over
by its recent political actions. Ac-
cording to its constitution UN-
ESCO's aim is to promote cultur-
al collaboration among the na-
tions This aim is ill served, to
aj the least, by assigning one
nationIsrael to a pariah status.
"Contrary to the report of
UNESCO's own fact-finding com-
mittee on excavations in Jerusa-
lem, the General Conference of
UNESCO has condemned Israel
unjustly, thereby weakening the
universal respect for justice.'
CONTINUING, THE artists
said Contrary' to your (M'Bow)
own report, the General Confer-
ence has misrepresented Israel's
Bonn Bars Jews From
Entering City Illegally
NN(JTA)West Berlin
stop Soviet Jews from enter-
the city illegally, the Berlin
I'' has decided.
Ke 300 Soviet Jews in the
[illegally will be allowed to
but in the future the aliens
will be applied fully. Jews
mg to enter West Berlin il-
ly from Israel or Austria
deported, but Jews apply-
t visas from Israel will be
in the normal way.
p:r\sii;\ august, 1973.
I vember, 1974. some 546
Jews entered the city: 17
Austria, the remainder
Israel About 200 of these
thnic Germans.
Marienfelde Emergency
in West Berlin will in the
only be open to Soviet
of German origin.
iose who come from Israel
e Israeli passports or travel
mii-nts. Almost all were re-
Set! by Berlin authorities to
) entered Berlin on tempo-
I free-month visitor permits.
Hi many cases, these permits
He expired, but they have been
P"' to remain.
f1' THE more than 500 Jews
B have entered the city since
I autumn of 1973, some 200
r been given permission to
lin. They are mainly skilled
ters and have found perma-
nent homes.
The Senate move has the ap-
proval of the Jewish Community
in Berlin. The Berlin authori-
ties up to now have interpreted
the aliens law liberally in the
case of Soviet Jewish immigrants,
but now, it seems, they are con-
cerned by the continued flow and
the increasing administrative
problems involved.
The Senate denied that the
new measures were the conse-
quence of complaints by the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion.
encouragement of cultural
growth in such areas as the West
Bank, thus crippling the search
for truth. Contrary to UNESCO's
constitution, the General Con-
ference has acted as a political
tool, thus ignoring its professed
aim of promoting the rule of
law."
Last month in Paris. UNESCO
decided to cut off Israel's cul-
tural allocation for 1975 and also
passed a resolution denying Is-
rael's request to join the Euro
pean regional group of UNESCO
Stern, addressing the meeting
said, "We are here to express
our outrage" against UNESCO's
politicized decisions which are
"perversion from its own char
ter."
He emphasized, however, that
the action was taken against
UNESCO and not against UN
ICEF, which has suffered because
people confuse the two names.
BERNSTEIN, WHO introduced
the artists and called on them
to sign the letter, said that the
worst aspect of UNESCO's reso
lutions was that it was a "har-
binger of worse things to come."
The "eliminating culturally.'
he said, is the beginning of
"eliminating physically." He said
that he and his friends came to ,
"protest and scream" because
"screaming is what has to be
done."
Speaking to reporters after the
meeting. Rubinstein said, regard
ing the anti-Israel resolutions of
UNESCO: "They bowed down tc
oil. They sell the blood of Israel
for oil."
Among those who signed the
petition were Marian Anderson.
David Bar-Illan. Pierre Boulez.
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Friday, January 10.1975
Quick to Assume Congress Will Be Liberal
\ ill be aimed to prove whtt'
true, alasthat the k::;,]
3'iS.
trouble ;n
n does not 1.
ing cau.m? all -\\.
By JOSEPH ALSOP
Los Angeles Times Syndicate
WASHINGTONThe current-
ly fashionable doctrine is that
the new Congress elected by the
Democratic landslide will be the
most leftward-leaning Congress
this town has even seen. But like
so many fashionable doctrines,
this can easily turn out to be
sadly misleading.
The most conspicuous feature
of this new Congress will be the
huge increase in the Democratic
ALSOP
Histadrut Raises 8605,000
A -Salute to Israeli Veterans'" at the Fontainebleau Hotel
attended by 1,000 persons raised $605,000 for the Histadrut
Mortgage Fund.
Dr. Sol Stein, president of the Israel Histadrut Foundation,
said contributions toward the 9.5 per cent Histadrut annuity
totaled more than SI million in December.
HE SAID the funds would be used to help finance mortgages
for Israel army veterans and newlyweds seeking homes. The
gathering was urged by Simcha Dinitz, Israeli Ambassador to
the United States, "not to sink into despair' over Israel's future.
Dinitz reaffirmed Israel's willingness to advance step-by-step
"towards peace coupled with a determination to hit back if
attacked."
London Journal Publishes
Anti-Semitic Articles
r
Continued from Pate 1-A
working in contact with the Nazis
Sent the refugees to Palestine,
refusing to cooperate with, and
even hindering those who wished
to go to another country.
TOWARDS THE end of the
war, when it became clear that
the Nazis would have to answer
for their crimes, important Zion-
ists readily entered into talks
with them concerning their fu-
ture plans and relations.
"The Zionists did not fail the
Nazis. Thanks to their Zionist
protectors, quite a few Nazis es-
caped the hangman's noose."
The publication of the anti-
Semitie attack in the LSE Jour-
nal has aroused great surprise
and anger.
/ Footballer Mindlin Signs
With Univ. of Virginia
South Miami High School Cobra football tackle Jeremy Mindlin
has signed a letter of intent with the University of Virginia.
Mindlin, named All-County, was the most heavily recruited
player on the Cobra team.
AS A junior, the 6 ft. 3 in
205 lb. tackle was also named
Most Valuable wrestler, and this
year he Is unbeaten in regular
competition thus far.
The University of Virginia also
sought Mindlin because of his
scholastic ability. He has been on
the Honor Roll at South Miami
and is in the top quarter of his
class.
Mindlin was also named to
"Who's Who Among American
High School Students."
MINDLIN WAS confirmed at
Temple Israel, where he be-
longed to TFTY. He was also a
member of AZA 322. and as a
youngster, attended the Hebrew
Academy in the early grades.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Mindlin. of South .Miami
majority in the House. But -
to be remembered that just about
y member who has l^en add-
ed to the former DemocratIc ma-
.. mi, was elected from a tor-
rr.er RepuLlican (iistrict.
AS SPEAKER Carl Albert has
been pointing out to those who
are close to him. this obviouslj
means that a great majont> <>1
these additions to the Democratic
majority have behind them elec-
torates that are reasonably con-
servative by current standard-
Any Democrat with a reason-
ably conservative, formerly Re-
publican electorate is also all
but certain to be a middle-of-the-
road Democrat.
By now Speaker Albert has
talked with all but six of hi>
party's new House members He
is a notable middle-of-the road
man himself. He's been much en-
couraged by what he has found
in this marathon series of chats:
and he has been passing the word
that It's a good idea, nowadays.
to remember 14B."
THE REASONS for remember-
ing 14B at this juncture are both
cogent and logical. To begin with,
this clause of the Taft Hartley
Act has always been the special
bugbear of organized labor, since
it comes close to encouraging the
- to pass "right to work"
laws intended to weaken un."n<
Organized labor therefore
mounted an enormous effort to
repeal 14B during the 89th Con-
gresi
This was the Congress elected
in the m:d-t of the Republican
Party's disaster with Sen. Berry
Goldwater: and the Democratic
majority in the Hou>e in that
Congress was a couple of seats
higher than the same majority
will be in the new Congress.
PRESIDENT LYNDON John-
son also gave labor's drive
against 14B his supposedly all-
powerful support. The Demo-
cratic leaders of both House and
Senate were equally active.
But despite the combined ef-
forts of the President, the offi
cial congressional leaders and
the unanimous leadership of the
labor movement, 14B was never
repealed. It did not suit the new
Democrats from ex-Republican
districts to go that far
This does not mean, of course,
that the next Congress will be
solidly middle of the road in the
style of Speaker Albert.
AS A combat veteran of World
War II. Speaker Albert has al
ways believed in a vigorous bi-
partisan foreign policy and a
strong national defense But the
United Slates is now beginning
to -how the kind of generation
gap on these subjects that
caused the war-inviting weakness
of Britain and France in the time
of Adolf Hitler's rise in Germany.
I the only remaining coo-
tent ol American left wing
.,;,, dedication
down the national de-
tional foreign P*
There will I* -1 biui-'"
too Most of the new Democrats
.,.,. ,,., ;- unger side of the
,ip.
HENCE IT may he hard to
prevent them from joining the
left wing attack on the Defense
Department budget in order to
save favorite sodtl programs.
Certain aspects of the organi-
zation of the House may also be
altered by the altered balance of
the Democratk Caucus One
likely Urgel is 'he peculiar or-
ganization of the Ways and Means
Committee.
But on the )thM side of the
balance sheet, there are items
that will upset many liberals.
One -1 is 'he possibility of
ler antibusing bill based on
... ), 1 r. the House E hi
cation and Lab^r Committee that

belp tn
. minority chl
. .! write and figure.
IN SHORT, tl,
a mixed bag. wit'i |
V
an attack in
defense and a rec
drive to pile "refl itioi 1
of runaway mil ition 1
eral impact, howw
add two footnote
First of all. the Dei
have a more top-he.v.
in a House that was
well disciplined than the FTo-jse
has ever been for at leas) tti
generations.
top-heavy majorities ihnqi
tend to produce riotous behavi*
by individual members or groups
of members
So the Democratic |< \tn ym
have a fearful time
the followers not to :
lie spectacle of th"m-
Second, the countr
certain to rooaivs j
shocks in the next >. : Ever*
thing in Congress a
pend upon how the p intrj re-
sponds to these shot kt,
Rabin Will Continue
To Feel Collar Pain,1
His Doctors Warn |
JERUSALEM fJTA)Premier Yitzhak Rabin attended I
Cabinet meeting with Ms shoulder in a plaster caM I
in his Tel Aviv home which broke his collar bone
Th( latest X rays showed that the bone was being held in
place by the cast, but doctors have advised the Premur that
he would have some pain.
THE ACCIDENT occurred when Rabin slipped in his bath-
room.
Earlier reports that he fell on wet pavement outside bis BOM
were incorrect He was taken to Tel Hashomer Hospital where
X-rayi determined the nature of the injury' arid the cast was
applied
Doctors said that Rabin would have to wear the cast fcr
another three weeks and did not promise that he would b< With-
out pain They said, in fact, that the pain was likely to grow
stronger as the healing process progressed.
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Friday. JanuQrv t
SEVEN NATIONAL BANKS KEEPING PACE
WITH THE GROWTH OF GREATER MIAMI
~.~,- ^^..tadc i term RFiniV STUDY THE FIGURES IN THIS REPORT AND RFA''
thBaStETe &UnRdM BASIS F0R G00d
INCIDENTALLY. WE ALWAYS HAVE OPENINGS IN OUR STAFF FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO BECOME BANKERS.
DEC. 31 DEPOSITS
1950 $8,530,000.00
1953 $24,170,000.00
1956 $39,070,000.00
1959 $44,235,000.00
1962 $52,965,000.00
1965 $58,536,000.00
1968 $88,208,000.00
1971 $121,986,000.00
1974 $164,989,000.00
CASH AND BONDS
$6,828,000.00
$19,566,000.00
$29,082,000.00
$27,906,000.00
$30,179,000.00
$30,247,000.00
$53,787,000.00
$77,725,000 00
$91,459,000.00
LOANS
$1,917,000.00
$5,308,000.00
$11,740,000,00
$18,406,000.00
$25,042,000.00
$31,793,000.00
$39,414,000.00
$51,851,000.00
$73,686,000.00
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS DEC. 31
$250,000.00
$910,000.00
$2,492,500.00
$2,946,800.00
$4,151,500.00
$4,964,000.00
$5,378,875.00
$6,999,59000 1971
$11,015,000.00 UN
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Continued from Page 4-A
juraged me to publish them
or the good of serious music-
South Florida," but publicly
)ined in the clamor for my
ea.i when I did.
As to the charge of inconsis-
Micy: In his first season with
ie Miami Philharmonic. Maes-
ro Lombard achieved a memor-
|b!e transformation in the or-
-t:a. It developed suddenly,
::ost t(X) precipitously, from a
/lection of amateur forces in-
a group of daring players
jritii daring rei>ertoire just short
professional standing. And I
li 1 so.
BIT BY the end of the sec-
season, it was apparent that
Be Maestro had shot his bolt.
iere would be no more devel-
ment because he had no more
jive. That was a bitter dis-
i which most of us,
I by the stunning first
Jar, c mid hardly have antici-
" I. .V d I l lid that. t"".
[With respect to the second
I I was delighted that
feestro Lombard would e i
Irtizil i abroad but in the
3 i AFTER the .- aeon
| here, not DURING the
:.- n. which i- \" hat i
do in that fateful Secon I
v ien those of us who
to succumb to the
~ blandishments of
; Jaguar repeatedly tick-
I Biickeil Avenue oi-
ls French accent or his v.e'.l-
ironicled friendships with the
(bled heroes of tin- performing
rt already heard the ritard in
i. orchestra's progress snd saw
ae handwriting on the wall.
FINALLY, about the musicol-
;i-t. Well, what can one say?
(e was. incidentally, just about
Se only member on the board
ith some knowledge of music.
r which the board subsequent-
ejected him from its ranks as
lutzpah in a man devoid of the
Uy music that means anything
cold cash. The wages of sin
re sore, indeed.
And now, wonders of wonders,
I have already observed..
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these are precisely the qualities
in the Maestro, or the lack of
them, that the current hassle is
all about.
Or are they?
WHAT I said three years ago,
what I am repeating now. in-
volves a consideration of artis-
try. How does Lombard compare
to other conductors, more ma-
ture, less ambitious for a sec-
ondary career as a matinee idol,
of far greater stature and who
would be delighted to make Mi-
ami their podium if only the
board and the orchestra's presi-
dent knew something about
music and music-making? And
this has nothing to do with
money, either. Maestro Lom-
bard's emolument here has been
outrageous if you study the con-
tractual arrangements of some
of the more august names in the
field.
But the current hassle, if we
are to l>e!ieve Philharmonic
Presi lent Maurice Gusman. and
<:.. in this instance there Is
no reason not to, is really about
money.
Tin: ii>k.\ being advanced is
thai the Maestro v \s too f am-
boyant in i is I istes an I tl it
In- im-
boyancy cost mi ey than
the Philharmonic could afford.
Of course, for his part, the
Maestro is saying the same
thing of Gusman, adding fillips
of his own about Gusman's al-
leged dictatorial highhandedness.
None of this is unusual. The
struggle between artists and the
bourgeois world they entertain
is a battlefield of corpses on
which lie the bodies of some of
the most distinguished names in
musical history.
BIT WHAT is unusual is that
we continue to refuse to learn
from the past. In the end. the
question of artistry is only
vaguely a factor in the Miami
confrontation.
In criticizing Lombard's flam-
boyancy, for example, the board
reckons the impact of this on
the orchestra mainly in finan-
cial and hardly in artistic terms.
Seemingly, if there were no
economic crisis, the Philhar-
monic would be deliehted to re-
tain him on its podium in the
same way that the community is
delighted with the bizarre col-
lection of hotels anil c '|l mini-
ums al ing its now burit I I cach-
es as li ng as private enterprise
finds them really profitable.
Damn the murdere I beauty heir.
AND A8 if to confirm his own
place in this kind of communal
COHEN: Where's Kissinger?
Continued frjm Pase 4-A
tricks with reality. but by the
exert. of I>oublethink he also
satisfies himself that reality is
not violated "
I HAVE some problems where
to place Henry Kissinger in all
this movement toward a night
mare world which George Orwell
prophesied for 1984 and which in,
actuality may be here sooner
than we think In Doublethink it
becomes necessary to tell "de-
liberate lies while genuinely be-
lieving in them, to forget any
fact that has become inconveni-
ent ... to deny the existence of.
objective reality and all the'
while to take account of the re-
ality which one denies."
When Secretary of State Kis-'
tUger told the Senate on De-
cember 3, 1074. that he had been
assured by the top leaders of the
Soviet Union that impediments
to Jewish emigration would be
removed once the trade bill was
passed, and had in his pocket n
letter dated October 2ti. 1974
from the Russians denying this,
v ,i- that Doublethink i r just old-
fashioned Lying?
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things can be set to rights.
Well, they may be set to
bookktfjping rights, but they
will never be set to musical
rights in the Maestro's proposed
symbiotic relationship between
non-performance and the com-
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tisfaction with the bloated bour-
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I said at the beginning this
would be a bail deal. What I
meant was that even for free
the Philharmonic can not afford
to continue to meander in medi-
ocrity.
OF COURSE, the crisis is fi-
nancial. But it is also artistic,
and if we do not face up to that
now, we never will.
For its part, the citizens'
board includes the wisdom of i
finance, publishing and good In-
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NOWHERE IS there the
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Federation Provides Aid for World Jewry
"In my 25 years of Jewish
communal service, I've been in-
volved in the campaigns of a
large number of organizations,
and all of them have been suc-
cessful in bringing about pro-
I of aid to Jews in need,"
said Harry B. Smith, president
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
"But today, here in Miami, the
best possible way to provide
..:..! i, .....,..,.,.
help for Jews in need all over viet ballet stars Valery and
the world is through supporting Ga!ina Panov. whose three-year
the 1975 Combined Jewish Ap- Struggle to reach freedom in Is-
peal Israel Emergency Fund." rael brought international atten-
S.MITI1 SPOKE lecently at a tion to the plight of Jews trap-
private reception honoring So- ped inside Russia.
The Panovs were visiting here
in Miami.
"Through brave people like
Panovs," Smith said, "we
the
*eJewish :FloridLian
liami, Florida Friday, January 10, 1975
Section B
orld Mourns Schwartz, 75;
iiman Need Was His Beacon
NEW YORK--(WNS)^Ioseph J. Schwartz, who as director gen-
ral of American Joint Distribution Committee, supervised relief and
id welfare programs in 30 countries for more than one million per-
ms, died here at the age of 75.
Jewish leaders throughout the world expressed grief at his
Jcath and more than 300 people, representing a cross-section of
Jewish communal organizations here and abroad, attended the funeral
bcrviccs at the Riverside Memorial Chapel.
DR. SCHWARTZ was JDC secretary from 1939-40. chairman of
Ihe European Executive Council from 1940-49 and director general
from 1950-51.
He was also the executive vice-chairman of the UJA from 1951-
1955 and was vice president and chief executive officer of the Israel
Jond Organization from 1955-70.
Jewish leaders throughout the
fcorld expressed grief and shock resenting a cross-section of Jew-
i>ver the death of Dr. Schwartz. ish communal organizations here
MORE THAN 300 people, rep- Continued on Page 2-B
M. )0StPH J. SCHWARTZ
know that there are hundreds of
j thousands of Soviet Jews who
r are anxious to live in freedom.
So we have to do all we can to
see that Israel is able to absorb
them.
"From our own experiences
- and from sources in Europe.
Asia, North Africa and Latin
America, we know that there
' are ancient Jewish communities
_ of thousands of people in iso-
!ated places, and their very lives
I depend on the humanitarian
5 services our dollars provide."
SMITH REFERRED to the
- work of the Jewish Agency in
Israel and the American Jewish
- Joint Distribution Committee in
Israel, as well as 25 other na-
tions, which operate on funds
"- from world Jewry through ef-
, forts like the Federation's 1975
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund.
"In places like Iran." explain-
; ed Mrs. Harry Smith, president
of the Federation Women's Divi-
sion, and second half of the
unique husband-and-wife philan-
thropic team, "thousands of
Jews are living in extreme pov-
erty. If it weren't for our aid to
the JDC they would be without
adequate nutrition, medical
care, schooling all the things
.
we take for granted, but which
our support can provide to sus-
tain Jewish |eople who might
otherwise be neglected
"We bear quite a Lit about
ha:-dships among the people of
Israel," she said, "and we work
hard to help support a whole
range Of humanitarian services
in the Jewish homeland.
"ABSORPTION OF new im
migrants, schooling, housing.
care for the aged. But it's just
as important that every Jew in
Miami knows about CJA-IEF
dollars aiding deprived Jewish
communities in Latin America.
Morocco, Romania, Yugoslavia.
even France.
"Toe few people know." she
added, 'that the Jewish popu-
lation of a free country like
France has tripled since the ,
Second World War. And with
that kind of growth come grow-
ing needs. More orphans, more
refugees, more elderly and han-
dicapped Jews. We have to help
them, not only because our Jew-
ish tradition of 'tzedakah' di-
rects us do so, but because if we
don't, no one else will."
The 1975 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund,
led by Chairman L. Jules Arkin.
will raise funds that help to sup-
port more than fitly local, na-
tional and overseas social wel-
fare agencies.
IX MIAMI, those agency serv-
ices include aid to the elderly
and support for programs of
Jewish education for youth.
CJA-IEF provides for person-
al and religious counseling,
medical aid to the indigent. Job
rehabilitation, high school study
in Israel, all-day schools, extra-
curricular programs for college
students, and assistance with
immigration.
Dr. Samuel Rand Yeshiva's
Scholarsliip Dinner Honoree
Dr. Samuel Rand will be the
guest of honor at the annual
Scholarship Dinner of Yeshiva
Day Echool, announced Barry D.
Schreiber. Dresident of the board.
The dinner, hosted by Dr. and
Mrs. Daniel Wuensch, will be
held at the Forte Towers Sunday
evening. Jan. 26. Joseph Margu-
lius. benefactor, will be the hon-
orary chairman,
Moses I. Feuerstein of Boston,
Mass., chairman of the nation
wide Torah I'mesorah Movement.
will be guest speaker at this Ball
cent, which will feature aleganl
I esc i u -.ne.
A graduate of Howard Univcr-
Hedical School. Dr. Rand i>
a practicing physician in Holly-
Miami Leaders Elected To
JDC's Board Of Directors
' Tttjf* w

Myron J. Brodie, executive
vice president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation,
has been appointed to the
Advisory Board on Overseas
Community Organizations
| and Fund Raising of the
1 American Jewish Joint Dis-
tribution Committee. The JDC
serves Jewish communities
in 25 countries around the
world, including Israel, pro-
viding health, welfare, re-
habilitation, educational, cul-
tural and religious programs
to aid some 400,000 Jews.
OR. SAMUtL RAHD
wood, a member of the American
Medical Association and the
Broward County Medical Associa-
tion of Family Physicians.
A staff member of various hos-
pitals in Broward County, Dr.
Rand also serves on the Doctor's
Advisory Committee of Shaare
Zedek Hospital and Orphan's
Hospital in Jerusalem.
In addition to having served
on the board of Yeshiva Day
School for the past two years,
Dr. Rand is a co-founder and
first vice president of the Young
Israel of Hollywood, a board
member of Chabad House of Mi-
ami Beach and a contributor to
many Yeshivas in both America
and Israel.
Alice J. Rand, his wife, has
served as president of the PTA
and Gregory Jonathan, his 13-
year old son, attended the school.
A small school serving the
North Dade and South Broward
communtties, e Mva Day
School is a Torah U'Mesorah
school observing strict Orthodox
tradition under the direction of
Stanley B. Weiss, principal.
Thrmgh the efforts of Dr.
Rand and other active supporters
many of the students who are
unable to meet their financial
Obligations are afforded an Or-
thodox-Hebrew education.
Several major leaders of Mi-
ami's Jewish community were
elected and re-elected to the
board of directors of the Joint
Distribution Committee in De-
cember The announcement was
made by JDC chairman Jack D.
Weiler at the organization's an-
nual meeting, held in New York
last month.
The Joint Distribution Com-
mittee is an international or-
ganization which sponsors social
assistance programs in Jewish
communities throughout Europe,
Asia. Latin America and North
Africa as well as Israel.
Miamians re-elected to JDC's
board are Stanley C. Myers and
Robert Russell, both past presi-
dents of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation. Mr. Russell is
also an advisor to the chairman
of the 1975 Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund.
Other local leaders continuing
their terms as members of the
JDC board are Herman Katz,
Federation's past president, Sid-
ney Lefcourt. and vice presidents,
Harry A. Levy and Morton Sil-
berman Both Mr. Levy and Mr.
Silberman are advisors to the
chairman of the 1375 JCA-IEF.
Leaders of Jewish communities
from all over America serve on
NCJW Presenting Award To
State Rep. Elaine Bloom
Dr John R Coleman, president
of Haverford College, Haverford.
Pa., will be the guest speaker at
the annual Combined Member-
ship Luncheon of the Greater
Miami Section, National Council
of Jewish Women. Wednesday in
the Seville Hotel, Miami Beach.
This nationally known econo-
mist and author of books on eco-
nomics and labor relations caught
the public's attention with his
book "Blue Collar Journal A
College President's Sabbatical."
which documents his 1973 sab-
batical leave when he worked in-
cognito as a dishwasher, ditch
digger, garbage man and did
other blue collar jobs.
Council will be presenting its
Hannah G. Solomon Award for
distinguished community service
and leadership to one of its own
past Section presidents. State
Representative Elaine Bloom on
this occasion. Former recipients
have been Henry King Stanford,
president of the University of
Miami, and Oliver J Keller. Sec-
retary of the DeDartment of
Health and Rehabilitative Sen-
ices. State of Florida.
REP. HAINt BLOOM
This is Council's annual sec-
tion meeting, which attracts
county wide membership and
community leaders. The Greater
Miami Section has a membership
of 3,000 women in Dade County
under the leadership of Judy M.
Gilbert, president.
JDC's National Council, which is
headed by Chairman Nochem S.
Winnet of Philadelphia and Vice
Chairman Marshall Weinberg of
New York Samuel L. Haber was
re-elected as JDC's executive
vice chairman.
A group of 21 Miami leaders
will be serving on the National
Council of JDC. They include
GMJF Treasurer Samuel I. Ad-
ler. William Agranove, GMJF
Vice President and 1975 CJA-
IEF Chairman L. Jules Arkin,
Stanley Arkin. Leo Eisenstein.
Mrs. Leonard Friedland. GMJF
Secretary and Women's Division
Campaign Chairman Mrs. Sol
Goldstein. Richard Haft. Marshall
Harris. GMJF Past President
Aaron Kanner, GMJF Associate
Secretary Norma C. Kipnis. Jay
Kislak. GMJF Vice President
Norman Lipoff. Stewart Mir-
melli. Edward Rosenthal. Stuart
Rothchild. Mendell M. Selig,
Continued on Page 2-B
Gittelson To Be
Brunch Speaker
Abraham J. Gittelson, associ-
ate director of the Central Agen-
cy for Jewish Education, will be
guest speaker at a brunch in the
Esra lite (enter Temple, 3175 sw
25th St.. Sunday at 11 a.m. He
will diKUSS his recent triD to
the Soviet Union and the plight
of the Russian Jews
Before assuming his present
position. Mr. Gittelson was educa-
tional director of Beth Torah
Congregation. North Miami
Beach; director of education at
Camp Raman, Canada: and asso-
ciate director of Southeast Re-
gion of United Synagogue.
Rabbi Solomon Waldenbcrg is
spiritual leader of the Israelite
Center: Chester Leiter it presi-
dent, and Pearl Koeningsberg is
president of the Sisterhood,
which will prepare and serve the
brunch.



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9-Jmist Hcrkliar
Friday, January
Hi
Religious Services
MIAMI
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA.
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor AronBsnAron. 1 JACOB c COHEN COMMUNITY
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Trss
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
2
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Enoel. 26
BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert M. Baumgard. Associate Rabbi
Barry Altman. 3
Friday, 8:36 p.m.. Sormon: "Mltavah,
Commitment or Commandment \
Report ooi the Youth > "< n> entlon at
Ba> innah" bj Rabbi Barn M. Alt-
ma n
BETH DAVID. ?625 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William Lipson. 4-A
KNESETH ISRAEL. ::5 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self. 27
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rauoi Mayer Aliram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Ffldman. 28
BETH DAVID SOUTH. 7500 SW
120th St Conservative. Rabbi Sol
Landau. Cantor William Lipson. 4-B
NER TAMID (Temple). 79th St. and
Carlyle Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Edward
Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas A. Weber-
man, 30
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rsbhi Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Leon Segal. Rev. Alex
Stahl. Rev. Mendel Gutterman. 6
BETH TOV (Temple). 643S SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles Ru-
bel. 8
Friday, t:ll i> m "Blatarhood Bah-
bath" a-IUi Blaterl......I members Dar-
i itlni Onea Bhabhal boated by
ConarraaratJon mt-mbrs.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542
44 Washington Ave. 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th St Causeway.
North Bay Village. Conservative.
Cantor Murray Yavneh 32-A
B'NAI ISRAEL AND GREATER
MIAMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE. 9600
Sunset Drive. Orthodox. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman. 8-A
CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION
OF KENDALE LAKES SW 107th
Ave. at Kendall Dr. Rabbi Maxwell
Berger. 9
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARD
CONGREGATION 707 5th St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Mordecai Chaimo-
vits. 32-B
N08TH MIAMI BIACH
ADATH YE6HURUN (Temple). 1025
NE. Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Cantor Ian Alpern, 33
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Heligiows Community Center. 19256
NE 3rd Ave. Orthodox. 33-A
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
Friday, I p.an Baiimm "I'd RaUier
Fieri i than Switch," bs Rabbi Rob-
art UtIwumI
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Solomon
Waidenberg. Cantor Nathan Parnass
11
Friday. I i> m and S:l' p.m. Puh>it
ru i IHlair i KroH. tVraeter of Mi-
ami- Israel Aliv.ih Center SattirtJa*.
i:4S b m Bvinion: "Purtinn of the
V k "
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson.
34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Victor D. Zwel-
ing. Cantor Jack Lamer. 36
OR OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi David M.
Baron. Canto- Stanley Rich. 13
SINAI (Temple) OF NORTH DADE.
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
ShuJkes. 37
Friday, 8:15 p.m. Pulpit dlaloaWC on
'nnl-in|iiiriirv Concern* in Reform
.luiiaism" willi RasbbJ UrWla <"Huz")
Bosrasje, reaional director of the Pens-
nivjnia Oasjartl. HaJHC. ami Rabbi
Klnjraley sharing the pulpn. Saturday.
in:*n a m Rar MlUvan of Randall,
t-uii ut ilr an.I Mrs Philip S. he. tar.
TEMPLE ISRAEL SOUTH (Formerly
Beth Tikoa) 9028 Sunaet Dr. Reform
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 13-A
Friday, 1:11 i> m Daiiuon: "Whtt's
New This Year?'' by Itabbi Barry
Tab nhnikiiff
TIFERETH ISRAEL (Temple). 6500
N. Miami Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes.
ZION (Temple). 8000 MHIer Rd. Con.
eervative. Rabbi Noranan Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Hel-'man 1S
Friday IttH p.m. Hnn.>n: "Mant \v
IMve the Devil Hie Due"" Sotantiv.
P am. Sormon: Seuiah of the
TV.->k "
Half Aft
TIFERETH JACOB (-Tsmate). 091 E.
4th Avi. Conservative Rabbi
Nathan Zolondek. 15
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 19151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dev
Bidnick. S3
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI MO NE 171et St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Zev Leff. 39
COftAl CAM J
JUDEA *e). a660 Gnanada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Michael B. Eitsn-
stat. Cantor Rita Shore 40
Friday. IjlS p.m. Kalah Sheldon. j>ul-
t>il curst.
M0RTH MIAMI
IETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
2225 NE 121st St. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor
Yehuda Binyamin. 35
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Avi.
Conservative. Rabbi Mauric* Klein.
41
Sl/tfS'D*
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9S4S Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. SO
fttr lAmnALt
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W.
Oak and Park Bivd Rabbi Philip A.
Labowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
Friday. 8 pen Saacial Paemly Serv-
ice Suturdav. K:*r. am. Sabbath
mnrnJiiK aervlces, follow.-.I by Ki.Uu.-h
EMANU-EL. 3243 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Re'.'orm. Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement 43
MIAMI UACH
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave. GREGATION. Reform. 3501 Univer.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever. 17 sity Dr. Rabbi Max Weitz. 44
BETH EL.
Orthodox.
2400
Pine Tree
Dr.
5
IETH ISRAEL 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 9100
NW 57th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Milton J. Gross. 44 A
P0MPANO BEACH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 6191
NW 9th St 44. B
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef-
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Elliot Winograd. Cantor Saul Breeh.
20
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor David Conviser. 21
Friday, R:lfi p.m., Sermon: "Will
Ther. r.. tnoOtei HolocatM Satur-
day. !" 1". I m worsliiii lervloaa
TEMPLT BETH SOLOMON. 1031
Lincoln Rd. Modern Conservative.
Rabbi David Raab. Cantor Morde-
cai Yardeini. 21-A
IETH TFILAH.
Orthodox.
935 Euclid
Ave.
22
SHOLOM (Temp't). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skoo.
Cantor Yaacov Renzer. 49
HAUANDALt
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
Conservative. 416 NE 8*h Ave. Rabbi
Harry E. Schwartz. Cantor Jacob
Canziger. 12
Friday, k p.m.. Rev. I.uther C Pierre,
pastor of Union Conarres:atiounl
I'hur.li. Kue-t aaaaker Batardas K-4r>
am. AaaraJsa! of praaeni Middle
l.aKt situation, be Rabbi BrhwarU
Hourwooi,
BETH EL (Templet. 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. Assist-
ant Rabbi Harvey M. Rosenfeld 4S
Friday, fi-.t" |> m Sabbath dinner for
religious school .--tu.leiit.-; 7"" n m .
ti'Utll ser\ H! cmilU. te.l l.v Hill.1.1
Harvey Roaeafeld in the chaoe': H I*
|. m remilar 1 onerreralional Sabbath
aervlre, Baiiaun a New l.a*ns,
IJfe."
ETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE-
GATION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
B'NAI ZION (Temple). 20O-17Sth St..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Or. Abraham
1. Jacobson 22-B
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 46"' Ar-
thur St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavaky. Cantor Irving Gold. 46
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro
Associate Rabbi Chaim S. Listfiald.
Friday, I pm Sataidar, ::ii .
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION TEMPLE BETH AHM. Conservative
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 719 Washiaaton Ave
Rabbi Meir Masliah Melamed. 23-A
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrenan. Canter Zvl Adler. 24
Friday. k:*a P.m Hahbi Stanley Knit
]er. executive director of the Hlllel
J-'ouiwIuteMi aswiit speaker Baturdav
a.m.. lastallatlon of officers of the
temple's three vouth groups Satur-
day. 10:39 a m.. service dedicated to
the temple youth.
310 SW 62nd Ave.. Hollywood. Rabbi
David Rosenfield. 47. B
TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal). 5101 Sher-
idan St., Hollywood. Rabbi Robert
Fraain. 47.C
YOUNG ISRAEL of HOLLYWOOD
(Orthodox). S8i Stirling Rd. 53
Jack Davis IVained As Chairman Q|,
197.") Iuaugural Dinner Jan. 21
Samuel Reinhard, Miami
Beach civic and religious
leader, is shown with a new
Sefer Torah which he is pre-
senting in behali of his fam-
ily to the members of Zahal,
Israel's Defense Forces. The
second Sefer Torah contrib-
uted by the Reinhard family
since the Yom Kippur War of
October. 1973, it will be plac-
ed in a synagogue of the Is-
raeli army on the front lin;s
facing the Syrians, accord-
ing to Rabbi Benjamin Mor-
genstern. The rabbi, a for-
mer spiritual leader of Ber.-
sonhurst, N.Y., who now
lives in Israel, is wo:
with Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross of the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy to secure
additional Sefer Torahs for
the Zahal. Reinhard is senior
vice president of the Miami
Beach school, state chairman
of the American Red Magen
David for Israel and a mem-
ber of the executive commit
tee of the Florida Commit-
tee for Bar-Ilan University.
The Sefer Torah will be ded-
icated in Israel in memory
of his late granddaughter,
Lesley Reinhard.
Jack Davis. Dtnver, Colo., and
Palm Beach banker, oil execu-
tive, industrisllsl md philanthro-
pist, has been named chairman of
the 1OT3 Inaugural Pinner i I the
Ann Defamati in Leag i \ Appeal
The announcement arai made
by Seymour Graubard, BBtlooal
Chairman of the An!i-L>efaniation
League 1 >! nai B nth.
fir the evenin'.' of
Tuesday, Fan 21, the Break-
ers Hotel In I'.il-" BOBCfl, the In
augural Dinner will bring to-
i prosBsssOBal and
civic leaden fr en all over the
cniir.tr>
The dinner vrtU Ik- held in con-
junction with a meeting of the
Sat mal Executive
set for the same ho
Jan 19 through the 22nd.
JACK DAVIS
\\ arid Mourns Schwartz, 75;
Human Need Was His Beam
Continued from Page IB
attended Km fu-
neral
Ami :'. Ls-
Genei al In New
j
Israel e i lei b
Yiti D puty Premiei
Yig idor
: Schwartz'
woi rope i J
ite the State
of I-
n, ol
Kehillath J< shur in, 111 the ierv-
. i an i Rabbi Emanuel Peiia-
kofl BBhBB <>f
I i s h u tz, le Aered a eu-
aj direct general <>f the
American J>mt Dtatribution
COmrntteae. Dr. Schwartz super-
vise i urgent relief an i welfare
programs in ,'(J countries involv-
ing more than one million pao-
IN THE c-iur* of 12 years, he
personally conferred with heads
of virtually every country in
Europe, and with leading states-
Miami Leaders Elected To
JDCs Board Of Directors

ISRAEL (Tssnaia) S*20 SW 39th St.
Conservative. Rabui Avrom Orazin.
Cantor Abraham Hester as
HOMtSJIAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER.
183 NE 9th St. Consarvativ*. 61
Cantinued from Page IB
G.MJF President Harry B. S
GMJF Associate
Rohert H. Traurig, GMJI
President Mill in \\
Leonard A. Wien, Jr.
Mr. Weifa r, who became the
sixth chairman in JDC 6
history, succeeds K,u.
berg of Cleveland, h
that post tor the past
Mr. Waller has been an a
worker and leader of mam
national and international
ish organization! He has -
as national cha.rman of |
United Jewish Appeal for 23
years and chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal of Greater \,u
York for 14 years Up has
a rice chairman of JDC for many
years and chairman of its \,
tional Council.
In addition to the election of
the officers, more than 600 Jew-
ish communal leaders attending
the meeting adopted a bud 'et of
J29.935.000 for 1975 to finance
a broad range of pro,'ran.
some 400.000 r.eecly Jews ;n 23
countries around the world.
The JDC receives most of its
funds from the United J.
Ar->eai. through camoaifm | Ke
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PJmisti fhridiiairi
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'Chinese Fantasy' Is Dinner Theme
Yeshiva Day School will hold
its fifth annual Scholarship Din-
ner at the Forte Towers. 1000
West Ave., Miami Beach. Sunday,
Jan. 26, at 6:30 p.m.. it has been
announced. General theme of the
event is "A Chinese Fantasy."
Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Wuensch
re serving as chairmen of the
dinner committee, which includes
Mr. and Map. Joseph Alexander,
Dr. and Mrs. -Joseph Schuman,
Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Genef*Wld
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Stein
The public is invited. Tickets
and information may be secured
by contacting the North Miami
Beach office of the school.
0RT Chopter Day In Israel
The Coral Gables Chapter of
Women's American ORT will
have "A Day In Israel" under the
sponsorship of Buy Israel, featur-
ing an exhibit of Israeli products.
Wednesday at 1 p.m. in the De-
Soto Room of the First Federal
Savings Bank Building, 2750
Coral Way. Yetta Rogers, Tillie
Fiertel and Ada Jacobson are
chairpersons for the day. Estelle
Berman is Chapter president.
Two Children's Shows At
Temple Judea This Month
Two children's shows"Pinoc-
chio" Mi "Rumpelstiltskin"
""wfll'lfe presented this month by
the children's Cultural Arts
Committee of Temple Judea Sis-
terhood
The Vag-br- "'-ri^nettes per-
formance of "Pinoc;. will be
given at the temple Sunday. .'an.
19. at 2 p.m. Rumpelstiltskin,"
an Asolo State Theatre in the
Round production, will be pre-
sented at 2 and 4 p.m. Sunday,
Jan. 26. For information and
tickets, contact Greta Munach or
the temple office.
World Renowned Cantor Guest At Beth Torah
The world renowned Hazzan,
Moshe Ganchoff of New York,
will he the guest cantor at Beth
Torah services Saturday morn-
ing, chanting the entire service,
both Shachrit and Musaf.
Sy Rosen, president of Beth
Torah. announces that the con-
gregation, its Rabbi. Dr. Max A.
Lipschitz. and Hazzan Jacob Men-
delson are hosting the Cantor's
visit and extend a cordial invi-
tation to the community to at-
tend the services.
SCORE Sponsors Workshop
SCORE (Service Corps of Re-
tired Executives) will sponsor its
first business workshop of the
new year Tuesday in Room 208
of the Federal Office Building,
51 SW First Ave. The one-day
conference held each month with
the cooperation of the Small
Business Administration to as-
sist business men of this area
who find themselves in difficult
situations, begins at 8:30 a.m.,
and is open to the first 50 who
telephone their reservations, free
of charge.
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Friday, January 10, 1975
U.S. Senator Keynoter For
Palm Beach Technion Dinner

Temple Judea Luncheon To Feature
9 T uiiilv Therapies Ai Paju lists
i J' T I *>jly^fcfc
pane. _^*fl
NEW YORK. MY U.S. Demo-
cratic Sen. John V. Tunney of
California -will be the keynote
sjj^ker at a banquet during the
Jan 10-12 Fourth National Con-
ference of the American Society
for Israels Technion Institute of
Teehno'ogy at the Breakers Ho-
tel. Palm Beach. Saturday eve-
.nine according to Henry' Taub,
president of the American Tech-
nion Society.
Sen. Tunney. a loyal spokes-
man for Israel, served on the
Senate's influential Foreign Af-
fairs Committee, was an author
of the Water Quality Control Act.
and >s an advocate of National
Defense and the Space Program.
Since his election to the Senate
in 1971 he has also played a
major ro'.e in legislating the na-
tion's fir^t bill to eliminate noise
in cities.
Norman Kasser. chairman of
the American Technion Society's
South Florida Chapter, which is
hosting the conference, said Si*
Edwin Leather, Governor-Gen-
eral of Bermuda, and Lady-
Leather, will be guests of honor
at the dinner, one of the high-
lights of the Conference.
Sir Edwin, a friend of the peo-
ple of Israel, was appointed as
Bermuda's Governor last year
after a distinguished career in
business and public service.
Dr. Willem J. Kolff of the I'ni-
versity of Utah in Salt Lake City,
one of the world's leading med-
ical innovators in the develop-
ment of artificial hearts, and in
the application of artificial kid-
neys will speak at a seminar on
".Medical Engineering at Techni-
on Today." sponsored by the
Graduate Library Dedication
- To Honor Maurice Goldrin<
^Bpie graduate library' f the
fifmudic College of Florida will
hp -re.iedicated as the Maurice
Goklring Research Library.
The decision was announce!
at a recent memorial meeting
honoring Goldiing at the home
a: Mr. and Mrs. Kmanuel Kdel-
ste*-
-WITH THE passing of Mau-
rice GoJdring, we learned that
one of his fondest dreams was
to provide a library for the Tal-
mudic College," the Edelsteins
said.
That was only to be expect-
ed, since he too was a scholar
and devoted his life to the study
Of the Talmud."
At the meeting, a goal of
$36,000 was established for the
dedication of the memorial.
The research library will con-
tain the basic and advanced re-
search books necessary for the
study of Talmud.
Members of the committee are
Theodore Braun. Murray Ber-
Votars Inc. Open Meeting
An open meeting will be held
by Voters Incorporated Tuesday
at p.m. in the auditorium of
the Washington Federal, 1234
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Moderator will be Harry Levy,
president of the group; guest
speakers will include State At-
torney Richard E. Gerstein,
Leonard Zilbert. president of
Riverside Chapels, and Phyllis
.Miller, a member of the Dade
County School Board. The pub-
lic is invited; admission is free.
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QUEEN ESTHER
KOSHER POULTRY
and
Processor! ond Ixport-rt
f Hit fi'.eif U.S. Govt. Injoecte*
KOSHER MEATS and POUITIT
1717 N.W. 7th Ave.
Miami, Fla.
Phone 324-1855
kowit/. Gabriel Deutsch, I-eo
Rapaport, Peter Guhlrirtg and
-tein.
THE talmidk College is
a graduate school for student!
who hi 1 Id rabbinic degrees. Head-
ing the college is Rabbi Yoeha-
nan Zweig. a graduate of Ner
Israel Rabbinical College of Bal-
timore, who for the past live
years was Rosh Hakollel of Bais
Hatalmud in Jerusalem.
Rabbi Zweig is assisted by
Rabbi Yaakov Mixshe Poupko. a
graduate of Medrash Gevosha of
Lakewoixl, N.J.
American Technion S .
Women's Division Sunday.
Other events scheduled foi
conference are a national
of directors meeting undi
chairmanship of Jacob ^ <
mann. board chairman, I
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Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg Will 7,000 Nen Members 1$ Goal
Be Featured Speaker Tuesday 0f Pioneer Women For 75
Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg, na-
tional president of the American
Jewish Congress, will be the
featured speaker at a community
meeting sponsored by the Metro-
politan and North Dade Chap-
ters. General Division, and the
Florida Women's Division,
American Jewish Congress Tues-
day at 8 p.m. in Temple Sinai of
North Dade. 18801 NE 22nd Ave.,
North Miami Beach.
Rabbi Hertzberg, whose topic
will be "Threats to Jewish Sur-
vival in the Mid-70's" is an
author, scholar and rabbi of
Temple Emanu-El in Englewood,
N.J. He is serving his second
two-year term as president of the
American Jewish Congress.
Rabbi Hertzberg. Adjunct Pro-
fessor of History at Columbia
University, has served as a mem-
ber of the Executive of the Jew-
ish Agency for Israel since 1969.
He is editor of Jewish Social
Studies" and was a consulting
editor to the 16-volume "Encyclo-
pedia Judaica" published in
January, 1972.
Rabbi Hertzberg received the
fir-t Amram Award, which hon-
or- the outstanding non fiction
manuscript of the year in the
Jewish field, for "The French
Enlightenment and the Jews" in
1967.
Hi* '>iher books include "The
Zionist Idea" and "Judaism." He
co*authorcd "The Outbursts That
Await Us" and was co-editor of
and contributor to '"Essays on
Jewish Life and Thought.''
A graduate of Johns Hopkins
University, where he was elected
to Phi Beta Kappa. Rabbi Hertz-
berg was ordained at the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America
and received his Ph.D. in history
from Columbia University.
After service as an Air Force
chaplain Rabbi Hertzberg war
Hillel director at Smith College
and Rabbi of Congregation Aha
v: tli Israel in Philadelphia and
of the West End Synagogue in
Nashville, Tenn. He also served
a< a lecturer in religion at Prince
Sara Aviani, Shlomo, and
the "Yemenite Trio" group,
will be featured in the 10th
Anniversary Concert of the
"Israelis Are Corning" at
8:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 18,
at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium. Others on the pro-
gram are "The Ayalcns"and
Mort Freeman, M C. and vo
co'.ist. The show is produced
and directed by Shmuel
Fershko, and sponsored by
the Jewish National Fund.
Tickets are available at the
Miami Beach Auditorium
box office.
KABBI AKTHUK HM1BIKG
ton University, as a visiting asso-
ciate professor of Jewish Studies
at Rutgers University and as
visiting professor of history at
the Hebrew University in Jerusa-
lem.
Chairing the evening's meeting
will be Rabbi Ralph Kingsley,
spiritual leader of Temple Sinai
of North Dade and president of
the North Dade Chapter,
American Jewish Congress.
The public is invited to attend.
Admission is free and there will
be no solicitations of funds.
For further information con-
tact Yosef Yanich, executive di-
rector of the American Jewish
Congress.
Youth Group Officers To Be
Installed At Temple Emanu-El
An intensive membership cam-
paign throughout the Jewish
communities of Dade and Brow-
ard counties has established a
goal of 1.000 new members for
Pioneer Women, the Women's
Labor Zionist Organization of
America, which is celebrating its
50th anniversary in 1975.
The Pioneer Women Council
of South Floridawhich services
the areas coordinated by the
Jewish Federations of Greater
Miami. Hollywood and North
Browardalready has 18 chap-
ters in the two counties.
Mrs. Victor Cohen of North
Miami Beach, membership chair-
man, said there are now some
2,500 active members in the or-
ganization which was once head-
ed by Mrs. Golda Meir. former
Prime Minister of Israel. Mem-
bership headquarters have been
established at the Pioneer Wom-
en regional office. 605 Lincoln
Road Building. Miami Beach
New members will be honored
at a Jan. 23 luncheon at the Bar
celona Hotel, for which Mrs. Na
than Bergthal is reservations
chairman.
The Barcelona also will be the
site of a Jan. 28 mini-luncheon
welcoming visiting members of
Pioneer Women from throughout
the United States.
Mrs. Israel Kalish of New
York, a Miami Beach winter resi-
dent, is chairman of the Jan. 28
luncheon and of the new Winter
Visitors Center which has been
established in a room adjacent
to the Pioneer Women head-
quarters in the 605 Lincoln Road
Building.
Climax of the membership
drive will be the Golden Jubilee
national convention of Pioneer
Women, to be held in Miami
Beach in October.


Dr. Irving Lehrman will install
officers of Temple Emanu-El of
Miami Beach's three youth
groups Saturday morning during
the service which begins at 9
a.m. The 10:30 a m. service will
be dedicated to the temple youth.
Rabbi Stanley Ringler. execu-
tive director of the B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundation at the Univer-
litj of Miami, will be the guest
speaker at the Friday night serv-
ice which begins at 8:30 p.m.
Officers to be installed will
represent the Junior Players,
Junior United Synagogue Youth
and Senior Synagogue Youth or-
ganizations.
Diane Buchwald. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs Herbert Buchwald.
will be installed as president of
the Junior Players. Bradley
KovenSj son t>f Cal Kovens and
Mrs. Phyllis Kovens. will be
sworn in by Dr. Lehrman as
president of the Junior U.S.Y.
Rebecca Bear, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Bear, will take
office as president of the Senior
U.S.Y.
Other officers of the Junior
Players include Carla Gerstel.
vice president: Vicky Pomerance..
secretary: and Ellen Taienfeld.
treasurer.
Junior U.S.Y. officers include
Wendy Coleman and James Har-
ris, vice president-: Adina Ad-
ler. secretary; and Iris Sachs,
treasurer.
Senior U.S.Y. officers include
Nathan Adler and Norton
Schwancnfeld. vice presidents;
Mario Bramnick. treasurer: and
Andy Susman and Ida Fichten-
ho!z. secretaries.
The large and very successful Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's Cuban Hebrew Committee for the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund met this month to or-
ganize and plan for an unprecedented drive in 1975. Com-
mittee members heard Leon Dulzin, (center) treasurer of
the Jewish Agency, speak on the continuing needs in Is-
rael. Attending the meeting were Committee Secretary Ber-
nardo Benes and 1975 CJA-IEF Chairman L. Jules Arkin
(left) and Cuban-Hebrew Campaign Chairman Rafael Kra-
vec and Cuban-Hebrew Committee chairman George Fel-
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Friday. January 10. 1975
\ 100 Lincoln Rd. Bonds Event
* To Honor Friedmans. Paseoes
v. Mr and Mrs Nat Friedman
and Mr. and Mrs Sam Pascoe ..:
be honored by toe Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organisation Sun-
day Jan 19. a: a "Night ir '-
raer i: the 108 I ?-oad
Beach.
Both couples are being honored
f r heir notable achieveaier.
the economic founda-
tions of Israel, and *.!! rece;\ e
the State of Israe'. Scroll of
honor.
fcMa, a board member of
Tera- of
Florida and the Freedom House
C:..c League, is former president
of Temple Emanu-ETs THiliim
ce preside-:
of the B'nai B r.th Miami Beach
Lodee He is also a anember of
the Hibiscus Masonic Lodee and
is actne ia the Histadrut Founda-
tion and the Ant. -Defamation
League
Pascoe. who s serving as gen-
eral chairaaaa of the Israel Bonds
event with Mrs Cooper, is vice
president of the High Rise Presi-
jVTVs National Commander To Be
Honored At Feb. 2 Breakfast Here
*
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Mti NAT WIPMAM
dent's Club and a past president
of the 100 Lincoln Road Men s
Social Club
A member of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America. Pascoe has
been honored by the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation and the
Jewish National Fund for his dis-
Salute To Israel Breakfast
Sundav At Long wood Towers
Ml. AM* mS. SAM PASCOE
-. hed leadership He -
Tery active :r. B'na. Br.'.r.
was recently a delegate to the
International B'nai B:;:.-. COB-
. tc.:.on in Israel
ted as spec.i' the
100 Lincoln Ro*i Israel 3
e\>
*-n American Jewish
-
Harold C Vhr. Commander
the Department of Florida.
terani of the
"\,hw\!!
hreakfa-t mil be held
Sundav Ffb I Bt the Dupont
lonoring National
Ptnl Kibner.
hiladelpti
elect- he W1"
for the comir.. Ma* Rib
ner ia a member of the Court of
I
I'enn-
i'hiladelphia.
Fro i 1963- Judfte Rib-
,... V
f the COBunonwei
appeared
i .- ml courts
'
A member American
Legi >:
he is a the George
ingl d ar.l pres-
ident of the 21 Je*el Square
Club t gradual the I'niver-
l School,
he set tain in the
\ F during
u War
recei\ed
JUDCt PAUl tflNEI
citations for distir.:
from the Mayors of Wilkes Barre,
Pennsylvania and Freehold, NJ,
and the President of the '
States, from B'na. B'rith and
from numer>u> fCterai
A I members are urged 11 T^k?
their reservation a- eai
ble by coal
manders
A Siiute to Israe!" breakfast
in honor of Irwia Newman and
te w.fe Ukssy
be held on behalf of State
-rael Bonds Sunday mor-
a- Long mood Tamers. Baj Harbor
ads.
New receive the State
ol I- r in rec-
ognrtion of k ng serv-
ice ia advancing Israel progress
aid welfare the Israel
Ken -
- is a past president of the
B'aai B rith Lincoln Lodee and
the Standard Lod2 of the Judaic
m. both in Philadelphia New-
man ;s an assoc.'e life raember
of Hadassah. ard is affiliated
r.pie Ser TamM. v..
Beach
Chairmen of the Longwood
Tower? breakfast are Dr. and
Mr- Jack Eeker Mr and Mrs
Albert Salt* are cochainnen
* American Jewish folk humorist
mwm ncwman
Eddie Schaffer :? scheduled as
special guest for Sunday s '"Sa-
lute to Israel "
2nd Annual Histadrut Pro-Am
Golf Tournament Set March 3
r
Maxwell House Coffee
Honors Famous Jewish-American Patriots
HAYM SALOMON
17-40 I7S4
Fiiuac:e* Btr.kcrofikc American Revolution Patriot
k
The second annual 18-hole
S'.T.OOO Histadrut Pro-Am Inv.
tationa! Golf Tournament beno-
-g scholastic and vocational
s-udents of all backgrounds in
I.-rael. has been scheduled at
Sky Lake Country Club March 3
Metropolitan Dade County
Mayor Stephen P Clark will
serve as this year s general
chairman. Histadrut's south
Florida campaign director. Irving
Gordon, and tournament director
Frank Strafaci announced.
Each of the expected 200 en-
trants including many profes
;iK will pay a tar deductible
$300 fee to play in the prestige
event, which organizers hope
will net the scholarship fund
some $37,000 after expenses.
Last year's inaugural netted
Histadrut some $15,000 an
equal amount going to the win-
ning pro* when players paid
$250 to enter.
All other expanses, including
green* fees, carts and two c^ck
tail Dart.t* and dinners, are do-
nated bv Stuar' Pc-arlmar. Sky
Lake president In addition,
mariv local businessmen and com-
panies contribute ut> to $2,500
to the fund, and are listed as
CeVhrity Sponsors
Those interested in entering
should contact Strafaci at 420
Lincoln Ri Suite 388. Mian.
Beach. Fia.. 33139 Tickets for
the gallery are also tax deduct-
ible: fans can see not only the
pro*, but celebrities such as
Sammy Davis Jr.. who played last
year
Children's Art
To Be Displayed
Mrs. Burton Levey. Program
Committee chairperson of the
Jewish Community Centers of
South Florida, has announced the
Jewi>h Community Centers will
be pensonn; the first annual i
Dadeland Children's Art Festival
and Workshop on Saturday
March 8 and Sunday March 9
between noon and 5 p.m.
The exhibits, which will be on
display in the Shopping Mall,
will reflect the work of rr.
than 2.000 children present y in- [
volved in After-School Exten-
Programs at Kendale Lakei
Coral Reef. Palmetto. Pine (':
and Kendale Elementary Schools
I-. add.'ion to the display of
art works then wfB be wwrk-
ipa demonstrating the per
forming arts groups.
O
,ne of the best known among Jewish-
Aascricaa patriots j Haym
monthe hnancier who helped raise
money to carry on the American
Revolution and later. save on emerging nation
from economic collapse.
Born in Poland. Salomon carre to Amerk
seek his fortune, reachms Ne* York in 1772.
Proficient in several lansuaeev he also pos-
sessed an unusual knowledge of hnance. having
many contaas among European bankers.
In America. Salomon achieved as a
trader and allied himself with the Revolution-
ary effort, by joining the Sons of Liberty Late
in 1776. he was twice arrested for his activities
and imprisoned by the British. Fortunately, he
managed to escape execution both times.
For the next two years, while free and con-
ducting ^business as usual." Salomon helped
American and French pr; -ape and
encouraged soldiers to desert to the American
forces In Julv. 1 he wa^ married to Rachel
Franks. But in 1778. about to be arrested as a
spy. he escaped to Philadelphia. There, he toon
re-established himself by selling bill
exchange. In June. P81. Robert Morris, the
Superintendent of Finance, engaged Salomon to
help with the voung country's finances He
tiated all the loans raised in France and Holland,
pledging his personal faith and fortune, and per-
sT.jilv. advanced large sur ', men as
: Thomas Jefferson, and other
patri. rs who testified that w
aid the) could not have carried on in the C
s on died in Januan.. I7S5, at the age of
i-4 His fortune had been devoured equ:r
military un ts, r-ivns: foreign agents md
.ernmenl officials, and tiding
man) members of h;s own family He left only
a modes; estate to his \oung wife and four
children.
But Havm Salomon left a far larger legacy. The
memory of a lifetime of dedication, loyalty drl
altruism to his family, to his friends and I
country. In 1941, an impressive statue of
I \\ ashington, flanked by Haym Sa
and Robert Morris, was unveiled in Chicaj
man, and as a Jewish-American,
Salomon earned this memorial.
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[an. 19-20 Mini-Convention Adult Education
i i r lt/t i.Wf Lecture Series
laiined By Mizrachi Women Free T> Parents
Ruth Foreman Dinner Theatre Opens
In llallamlale Restaurant Jan. 15
Way of Life American
laehi Women Style" is the
ae of the Florida Council's
teaming mini-convent'on,
18-20, according to BtSftl
Lbs. chairman for the Sunday
kinp banquet and Ruth Ersoff
(Vharlottte Roth, chairman of
Mi/rachi Monday education
rof. Seymour B. Liebman.
irer. author, historian and
Sanitarian, will be the recipi-
of the American Mizrachi
sens coveted Bronze Medal-
Award for having rendered
Itorious service to his fel-
[man and for his distinguish-
rontributions to Amcrica-Is-
fnendship.
kanne Finkclstein. Council
dent wIH present the award
rof I.iehrnan at the banquet
|ay at 6 p.m. in the Fontaine-
Hotel's French Room.
Israel Seetag is Believing"
Jaudibly be pictured through
Lyes of Chivy Baron of the
|\;i': chapter who ha* just
Tr, d from the Holy Land.
brachi Monday will take
at the Tarleton Hotel, 24fi3
Ins Ave., Jan. 2Cth from 10:00
[to 2:00 p.m.
|l> Stone, national vice presi-
and Council coordinator will
the session. A panel corn-
ed ol Charlotte Perlin of the
tj .1 Chapter, Pearl Pincus,
amber of the national board,
Je StonehlD >f Adinah Chap-
lin Brooklyn. X.Y.. and Re-
Wang, Council membership
Vir.an. will project the numer-
Ifaceta of the AMW program
time allowed for questions
! answers.
ai Silberman. an experienced
er of Israel missions and an
force in Jewish communal
jir-. will be a featured speak-
jVoung Shari Roth and Susie
will provide musical enter-
nent
rgistration fee includes all
duns and lunch on Monday
W
Tropical Park Opens the
finter Racing Season at
Ider with New Low Prices!
he out to Calder Race Course any day
If! Sunday no* 'hru January 16th.
"; 2"d help us RtN Mrttrp -'atron
) with ne*. low adtiiss.on prices.
wstand admission s only $1 and
ihCuSeadmissionisanunbe'ievable
IPe'k your car lor as little as 25C.
|s cpen 11 00 a rr wee* (lays and
idays For information and
Irvatwns phone Dade 625 1311;
(ward 523 4324. West Palm Beach
14016. Sorry no one under 18 ad-
led.
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lb I course
:AL WINTER MEETING po"m 115
PffOf. StYMOUK B. MB* AN
Reservations may be made by
calling the Council office .
-d ft
A 'Day at the Races,' an an-
nual event for the Hadar Chapter,
will be held Tuesday at (.alder
Race Track. .Mizrachi Women will
gather to raise funds for the
projects in Israel which come
under the aegis of American
Mizrachi Women in Israel. For
reserved seats call Rose Goldfine
or Lillian I'habner. president.
Hadar Chapter will hold its
regular meeting at 12:30 p.m..
Thursday, Jan. 16. at Chase Fed-
eral on 41 >t St. Shulamith Cohen
will review the book, "My Father,
Sholom Aleichem."
ft ft ft
Shalom Chapter president Rea
Krieger has scheduled a meeting
Tuesday in the 100 Lincoln Rd.
clubroom.
ft ft ft
Rachel KaU. president of the
Miami Beach Chapter, has plan-
ned a general meeting at 1 p.m.
Tuesday in the Washington Fed-
eral. 1234 Washington Ave.
Opti-Mrs. Club
Preparing For
Fund-Raiser
In anticipation of the annual
fund raising luncheon for emo-
tionally disturbed children the
Opt i Mrs. of Miami Beach is hold-
ing a general meeting Tuesday
at 11:30 am. at the Montmartre
Hotel. Miami Beach Guest speak-
er will be show business person-
ality. Peppy Fields.
Highlight of th.' business meet-
ing will be final plans for the
annual fund raising luncheon and
theatre partv featuring the Uni-
versity of Miami Ring Theatre
players in "Dames at Sea'' Wed
nesday, Jan. 22, at the Hyatt
House.
chcrall luncheon chairwoman
is Mrs. Murray Sonnet. Mrs.
Louis Pilzer is in charge of
tickets.
The proceeds will be used to
maintain scholarships for emo-
tionally disturbed children at
Montanari Clinical School and
the Grant School. Also to help
provide some of the needs of the
children at Alpha House.
Mrs. William Carmei is presi-
dent of the club.
Wometco Theatres
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The Jewish Community Centers
of South Florida announces it
will start the new year, 1975,
with free adult education lec-
tures at its trailers. 20400 NE
24th Ave. from 10 a.m. to noon.
The Friday morning series is
open to parents, young and old,
and refreshments are free.
Mordecai Opher. educator of
Temple Beth Shalom in Holly-
wood, will talk on "Jewish Edu-
cation. Yours and Your Chil-
dren's." Jan. 17. On Jan. 24. Miri-
am Schmerier. administrator of
Temple Sinai in Hollywood will
speak on "The Role of Women
in Jewish Life."
Dr. Paul Tocci of the Mailman
Center for Children will talk on
"The Tay Sachs Disease. The
Jewish Disease." Jan. 31: Feb. 7.
author Dr. Charles Liebman. a
professor at Bar I Ian University,
will talk on "Th? Ambivalent
American Jew." Hanan Sher.,
Community Shaliach with the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
will discuss "Why I Am A Jew."
Feb. 21.
Stanley Gilbert, president of
the Jewish Community Centers of
South FVrida, announced that
Helen Sine of North Dade will be
chairman of the Adult Planning
Commission for North Dade.
Rose Liedman is cochairman of
the commission, whose ^oais are
to create meaningful volunteer
programs and mature adult ac-
tivities of every variety
Market Place In Jerusalem
Sponsored By Sisterhood
The Sisterhood of Temple
Adath Yeshurun, 1025 NE Mi
ami Gardens Dr.. is holding a
"Market Place in Jerusalem"
Sunday, Jan. 26, from 11:30 am
to 5:00 p.m.
South Florida's most talented
artists and craftsmen will display
and sell their works. Admission
and parking are free. Refrcsh-
menst will be available
One of the^ inost revered names_
in local' theater, Rutn role man,
and the principals of the South
Pacific Restaurant announce the
opening of the "Ruth Foreman
Dinner Theater."
Located within the well known
Haliandale restaurant, the din-
ner theater Will be a separate
entity ottering a complete pro-
fessional repertoire company per-
forming classics as well as cur-
rent popular stage plays.

"Everything is set." comment-
ed Ms. Foreman, "for our open-
ing performance. 'Rain' the eve-
ning of January 15th. It was
simple selecting our first pro-
duction, because Somerset
Maugham's stage play takes place
in Pago Pago, an lsiancl in me
*&&;, ..
Tfie 27th year <>f Ruth Fore-
man s professional training for
talent on screen, in films, tele-
vision and stage began this
month. A limited number of
children, teenagers and adults in
Monday afternoon and evening
classes only will be accepted.
Only students, regardless of age,
who are Interested professionally
v.i'l be accepted. Call Ms. Peg
Weber, registrar, for complete in-
formal ;on and interview appoint-
ment.
The Pied Piper Players will
resume their winter schedule in
February at the Ruth Foreman
Theatre with "The Kids" (an
our Gang" comedy), Episode
No. 56.
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Friday, January irj# ig7j
Rosemary's Thyme
Bv ROSEMARY FURMAN
ASPEN, Colorado-^Maybe this
is a vacation when everybody
should have stood in bed. Be-
cause bed is where many of us
are ending up.
NOW, MOTHER, I am fine.
What you heard on the telephone
was my allergy, not a cold; but
let me tell you about the others.
Pat Goldstein has been seen
only briefly since her arrival
Cared for by her daughter, Amy,
who has also been seen, (but only
on the airplane) Pat and her
daughter have been felled by a
viral something or other. They
are better now.
David Scharlin. son of Howard
and Gloria, had (or has) strep
throat, an exceedingly contagious
affliction. Kerri Sue Scharlin
also had has strep throat.
BIT THERE'S a doctor in
Aspen (a lady who practices in
long earrings and long skirts) who
gives a miraculous shot designed
to get people back on the slopes
in 24 hours. (You still may have
strep throat, but you no longei
care ) Kerri Sue and David are
back on the slopes.
Alison Ansell. daughter of Joel
and Marcia Ansell, has yet to see
Aspen. But she's good friends
with Amy Goldstein, so she has
Congregation To
Honor Rabbi On
20th Anniversary
Congregation KJ.N.S. of West
Rogers Park. Chicago, is honor-
ing its spiritual leader. Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff, and his wife,
at a festive dinner under the
chairmanship of Judge David A.
Canel. Friday evening in observ-
ance of the 20th anniversary of
his installation as its Rabbi.
Rabbi Mescheloff was spiritual
leader of Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion from 1937 to 1955. presid-nt
of the Miami Beach Mizrachi,
vice president of the Miami
Beach Zionist Organization, pres-
ident of the Dade County Board
of Rabbis vice president of the
Florida Rabbinical Association,
Founder and first chairman of
the South Florida Jewish Na-
tional Fund. He was also among
the founders of the Miami Beach
Hebrew Academy and the Miami
Beach YMHA and the Miami
Beach Mikvah and Beth Jacob
Vaad Hakashruth.
During the past two decades
Rabbi Mescheloff has not only
taught and inspired, counselled
and guided his congregation's
families, but has served the larg-
er community of the City of Chi-
cago with distinction.
Having served as president of
the Chicago Rabbinical Council,
the Chicago Board of Rabbis and
the Zionist Religious Council, he
now serves on the executive
boards of the Jewish United
Fund, the Council for the Jewish '.
Elderly. Bonds for Israel, the
Chicago Conference on Race and
Religion, and the North-Town
Community Council.
Rabbi Mescheloff is chairman
of the CBR Community Relation^'
Committtee and the Public Rela-
tions Committee of the CRC. He
has also found time to write four
booklets under the CRC imprint
and to have his sermons pub
lished annually in the Rabbinical
Council of America Sermon
Manual.
Yivo Forum Wednesday
The Yivo Forum Wednesday at
8 00 p.m. will feature M Stark
man discussing the tooic: "ftr
rors about Jews and Judaism"
Lectures are held c cry U
r.esday at Temole Beth Sholom.
4144 Chase Ave., Miami Beach. .
seen Amy ... in their respective
bedrooms. Marcia Ansell had a
scratchy throat when last beard
from.
Margey Goldberg, daughter of
Irwin and Gloria Goldberg, and
houseguest of Rosemary and
Richard Furman and their daugh-
ter Kate, threw up yesterday
morning. But that's because she
ate at The Ute City Bank.
SHE IS FINE now. tat hist hi
cae I stocked up on Vitamin C,
500 mil'igram
I'm not finished vet with this
tale.
Rosemary Marcus, daughter of
Leila and Alan Marcus, sister of
Shelly and Julie and friend of
Lori Schiff. daughter of Neil and
Barbara, went skiing yesterday
for the first time She didn't feel
quite well, and with things be-
ing the way they are. she de-
cided not to tempt fate. Wise
child.
Paula Barr. mother of Marcia.
Karen and Jill, wife of Sonny
threw up after eating at a local
sHit. The Red Onion. But she
claims it was her gluttonous hab-
its, not the food that caused her
particular disaster.
THAT'S ABOUT all the illness
right now. But the vacation is
only half over.
We should have known some-
thing was amiss when our plane
arrived in Denver and Aspen Air-
ways announced it would not be
flying into Awpen because ot a
heavy snowstorm.
Most planes and all buses were
booked so'id but ft thinkinc
Alan Kessler rushed to Rocky
Mountain Airways, an airline un-
encumbered by FAA rulings, and
bought tickets for himself, his
son. Robbie, his daughter. Suzy,
and Robbie's friend. Stevie Sil-
verstein. son of Bernard and
Elaine.
Bernard, by coincidence, is the
doctor who performed the emer-
gency appendectomy on my hus-
band ten days before our Aspen
vacation. We ignore omns Alan
and his crew and Rockv Moun-
tain and its crew flew to within
five minutes of Aspen and had
to turn around because of weath-
er, and return to Denver.
IT WAS DECIDED, by vote,
that his was the worst experi-
ence getting into this lovely town.
He finally drove.
Others forced to drive and go
through varying harrowing ex
periences (Gloria Scharlin went
off the road) were Bernard and
Florence Jacobson and children 1
Alice and Danny. Lois and Jay
Siegel and children Johnny and !
Jimmy. Ernie and Diane Halpryn j
and Bill and Susan Goldfarb. ,
HOWEVER: the skiing condl '
tions are ideal; the sun is now
shining; nobody has broken any- ]
thing yet and Frank
Olivier shirts are on sale at the
Pitkin County Do- Goods store
It's not all bad.
Ihink
Twice?
Jan; 18 Auction
Sponsored By
Menorah Parents
Saturday evening, Jan. 18,
Parents of Temple Menorah will
sponsor an auction of Fine Arts
and objets d'art. The event will
be held in the Crimson Room of
Temple Menorah. 7620 Carryle
Ave., Miami Beach.
A 7:30 p.m. wine and cheese
preview cocktail party will pre-
cede the event which is open to
the public.
The auction, presented by
Decorators Choice, 736 Arthur
Godfrey Rd., will be conducted
by Jerry' Felton, president of the
gallery.
Tickets are available at the
temple's school office. Ticket
holders will qualify for various
prizes the evening of the auction.
Proceeds of the auction will
assist in sponsoring a teen sum-
mer program in Israel as well as
purchase books for the Temple
Menorah School Library.
fofcki Kiemtr
Rabbi Riemer To
Lecture Sundav
At Temple Israel
Rabbi Jack Riemer of Dayton.
one of the leaders of Conserva-
tive Jewish thought in America,
will be this Sun-
day morning's
guest lecturer
for the Green-
field Adult In-
stitute of Tem-
ple Israel of
Greater Miami.
Non-subscribers
may purchase
tickets at the
door for the 10
a.m. lecture.
The author of
a new. highly-
praised book. "Jewish Reflections
on Death." Rabbi Riemer will
deal with that subject as well as
discuss "Prayer in a Modern Set-
ting."
Rabbi Riemer is known for the
publication of a number of orig-
inal prayers that have been used
in Reform as well as Conserva-
tive congregations. including
Temple Israel, for Sabbath ard
High Holy Days services. Elie
Wiesel has said. "Jack Riemer's
words are appeals to hope and
to faith. Listen to them."
Rabbi Riemer is the spiritual
leader of Congregation Beth
Abraham in Dayton and serves
on a number of important com-
mittees of the Conservative
movement. His book, "Jewish In-
sights Into the Issues of Our
Time," is scheduled for publica-
tion next spring.
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To Include Second Phonatkou
.
The winter membership drive
of Women's American ORT
(Organization for Rehabilitation
Through Training! Southeastern
Florida Region, has moved into
Phase II.
The membership team is
spearheaded by Mrs. Esther Bel-
fer. membership vice president,
Mrs. Roberta Toback. reenroll-
ment vice president; Mrs. Flor-
ence Kanter, expansion vice
president and Mrs. Fritzie Leit,
financial dues secretary.
Inspired by the successful
Chanukah Phonathon. the team
has planned a second phonathon
to take place next Tuesday and
Wednesday evening.
The purpose of this phonathon
is to reach every unpaid mem-
ber, and ask each woman con-
tacted to recommit herself, by
the paying of her dues, to the
ORT philosophy of helping man,
not by charity, but by helping
him to help himself.
Joseph Ben Benjamin, a stu-
dent in the ORT Natanya
School, said in his address to the
10th National Board Conference
in San Francisco this past Oc-
tober. "We pupils of ORT in Is-
rael, know well that there exists
a public body, which makes ef-
forts to supply the expensive
equipment and assures the cost
of school maintenance.
"I know that the ability of
ORT Israel depend* <>n the ex-
tent of the assistHnce rendered
by friends and sympathizers all
over many countries on all con-
tinents, and of special signif-
icance is the assistance of Wom-
en's American ORT ."
MlS. Toback stated. "We can-
not deny Joseph this opportuni-
ty to continue his education.
The dues of each member makes
that education possible."
"With the inflation rate over
40 percent in Israel iORT is re-
sponsible for over 65 percent of
all the vocational education in
Israeli and the future of 70,000
Jewish students currently en-
rolled in ORT schools, every
Jewish woman should maintain
her Jewisif,identity through per-
sonal affiliation to OP.T." ju,,,
Belfer added. ^
JCC Sponsors
After-School
Activities
After-school activities spoa, j
sored by the Jewish Community
Centers of South Florida include I
classes at Palmetto Element^.
School, 12401 SW 74th A\*.
Coral Reef Elementary School
7955 SW I52nd SL; Kendale El*
mentary School, 10693 SW 93n
St., and Pine Crest Elementar
School. 10250 SW 57th Ave.
Registration will take place be-
ginning next week. These popuUr
classes are open to all beginninj
the week of Jan. 20.
Classes include arts and crafu,
drama, dance, sewing, cooking,
gymnastics, macrame. Spanish,
guitar and puppetry for kinder,
garten through 6th graders
For further information re
garding registration call Mr.
Liebcrman's office at the Jew 0
Community Centers of South
Florida.
Men's Club Breakfast
Donald Jones, regional
tor of tin South Florid i Divisloi
of Social Security, will be the
guest sj>eaker at Sun lay's )
a.m. breakfast hostel l e
Men's Club of Temple
Yeshurun. Mr. Jones, who has
some 13 years experieno in the
field, will cover the past, pres-
ent and future of Soc.ai Se .:
ity. Neighbors and tneiuls are
invited.
Singles Dance At Beth Am
Temple Beth Am tingles will
hold dance in the temples
Youth I.onnee. 5950 X Kendall
Dr.. Sunday at 8 p.m. Music and
entertainment will be provided
by Lenny Roth St Co.; refresh-
ments will be served

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Leon a Chanin Guest Speaker At
AJCongress Meeting In Beth Sholoni
"A Ballad of Four Decades"
the story of the Women's Divi-
sion of American Jewish Con-
gress and its founder, Louise
Waterman Wise, will be present-
ed at an open community meet-
ing of the American Jewish Con-
gress, which will take place
Thursday. Jan. 16, at 1 p.m. in
Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase
Ave., Miami Beach.
Participating in the "Ballad of
Four Decades" are Mesdames
iSonya Shuman, Jeanne Spector
land Jeanne Spevack, with vocal
elections by Cantor David Con-
kiser of Temple Beth Sholom.
Guest speaker will be Ms. Le-
Dna Chanin, senior vice president
Bf the National Women's Divi-
lladassah Groups
.Meet Next Week
Several Miami Beach Chapter
[of Hadassah groups will meet
[next week, it has been announc-
led.
Sophie Tucker Group will meet
Monday noon at the Coastal
Towers. Program will feature a
skit called "A Time of Recogni-
tion." Rose Pod en will preside.
Southgate Group will meet at
noon Monday in the Terrace
Room with Mrs Ann Alpert as
guest speaker. Shirley Rosenberg
will preside.
Forte To.rs Group will meet
in the auditorium at 1200 West
Ave. Monday at 1 p.m.. with
Pauline Lessem presiding. Edith
Perlmutter will review 'The Ber-
lin Story "
Henl Group will meet Monday
noon in the Tarleton HoteL Mrs.,
Syd Spear will preside.
Lincoln Group will meet at
noon Monday in the 100 Lincoln
Rd. Club Room with Mrs. Samuel
L. Goldberg presiding.
Shaloma Group will meet Tues-
day noon in the Delano Hotel to
discuss the topic: "Jewish Educa-
tion." Edith Shapiro will pre-
side.
Hanna Senesch Group will hold
hold its "Eye-Bank Luncheon';
Thursday. Jan. 16. at noon in the
Delano Hotel. Musical entertain-
ment will be provided by Cantor
Mordechai Yardeini. Inez Town
end will preside.
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A reception irnd ceremonies
inaugurating International Wom-
en's Year 1975 and the Hemis-
pheric Congress 1976 will be held
Saturday from 5 to 7 p.m. at the
Lowe Art Museum, University of
Miami.
Sponsored by the Governor's
Commission on the Status of
Women, the event will be hosted
by the Honorable Stephen Clark.
Mayor of Dade County; The Hon-
orable Maurice A. Ferre, Mayor
of the City of Miami; and The
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Hebrew Academy Women Planning
. Membership Luncheon Jan. 22 .
Beverly Sills. "America's
Queen of the Opera" will of-
fer a varied and exciting
program at her "only" Mi-
ami appearance Wednes-
day, Jan. 29, in the Miami
Beach Auditorium, according
to Judy Drucker, chairman
of the Great Artists Series of
Temple Beth Sholom. Miss
Sills will be accompanied by
the Fort Lauderdale Sym-
phony Orchestra under the
baton of Emerson Buckley.
Carlebach Gives Benefit
Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, in-
ternationally known Jewish folk
singer, will give a benefit per-
formance for Yeshiva Day School
Saturday at 8:30 p.m. in the He-
brew Academy Auditorium. 2400
Pine Tree Dr.
Jewish Identity Problems
Breakfast Forum Topic
The Problems of Jewish Iden
tity will be the topic of discus-
sion at a very unusual Brother-
hood Breakfast Forum at 9:30 \
a.m. Sunday. Jan. 19. in the
Temple Beth Am Youth Lounge.
Leading this discussion will be
Rabbi Stanley Ringler, director
of the Hillel Center at the Uni-
versity of Miami, and a group
of four University of Miami stu-
dents who are members of the
Hillel Center.
Mrs. Mario Pressman has been
named coordinator of the fashion
show which will be presented
Wednesday, Jan. 15. at the an-
nual Membership Luncheon of
the Hebrew Academy Women,
scheduled for noon at the Eden
Roc HoteL
Her appointment was announc-
ed by Mrs. Frances B. Schnur,
chairman of the luncheon. Mrs.
Josh Rephun, membership co-
chairman, and Mrs. Hyman Chab-
ner, life membership chairman,
are assisting with arrangements.
Officers, directors and mem-
bers of the Hebrew Academy
Women will serve as models for
the fashion show to be presented
by Atelier Angelita, according to
Mrs. Leonard Adler. president.
Models include Mrs. Sam
Weiss. Mrs. Howard Towbin.
Mrs. Bernard Edelstein. Mrs.
Jerry Schechter. Mrs. Felix
Rosenberg, Mrs. Morton Nyman,
Mrs. Jack Kukoff. Mrs. Norman
Ciment, Mrs. William Gordon.
Mrs. Elias Herschmann, Mrs. My-_
ron Greenberg and Mrs. Ban
Eisenberg. and Mrs. George Lui
tig.
Mrs. Bernard Edelstein hae
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Hebrew Academy Women a an-
nual plant sale, to be held .Ian.
26. Mrs. Joseph Ackner will be
in charge of ceramic pots, and
Mrs. David Lehrfield will serve
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The Hebrew Academy Women
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the Greater Miami Hebrew
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1.000 students.
New members will be guests
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Friday, January 10 I975
The general meeting of the
newly formed Dade Broward
t hapter of the Retinitis Pismen-
fo?a Foundation will be held at
t 00 p.m on Friday, Jan. 17. at
Tho Firt Federal Savings and
hM A souation. 18301 Bisoayne
Blvd.. North Miami B.-ach. Every-
one interested in this dreaded
ye disease should attend. Guest
speaker will be Dr. John T.
riynn, opthalniolopst from the
Baskin-Palmer Bye Institute His
topic will be "Genetics and the
Progression of Retinitis Pigmen-
frxa." For further information
rtll Bill EdeU or Joy ScheiJr.
Coordinators of United Cere-
bra: Palsy's 1975 House-To-House
Canvass have appealed for volun-
teers to ntfft in the Jan. 11 and
12 fund drive Some 5.000 volun-
teer- are needed for the annual
?vent which supports the medical
ami vocational training programs
r\ the I'CP Ontrr. 1411 \\V
14'h Ave Persons interested are
BVflCd t>. call Ms. liarlene Si!-
\ein.
A "Poetry for Pleasure"' cl.;-<
conducted bj Arnold Kleiner
meet.-. every Tuesday from 6:30
fo 8 p.m in R.icm 121 at the Ida
lar School. 142' Di wel Ave.,
Miami Beach. If you read, write,
like to perform, or just listen,
you are welcome. Admission is
tn t
Terry and Eddie Newman,
owners of the Newman Funeral
Home of Miami Beach, are plant-
ing treat in the Newman Fun-
eral Home Grove of the Jewish
Funeral Directors of America
Forest in Israel. The JFDA For-
est, in which the Newman Fun-
eral Home Grove is located, was
dedicated at a moving ceremony
Bear Kibbutz Lahav. located in
the northern Negev area of Is-
rael, during the 47th annual con-
vention of the JFDA. held in
brael this past November
The Newmans have made it a
practice to plant trees in the
Newman Funeral Home Grove in
memory of a deceased which
their funeral home has been
cailed upon to ser\e. They feel
that by doing so. these trees not
only serve as a living memorial
but are also symbolic of the
Biblical dictum. For Man is like
the Tree of the Field." Tree
planting Certificates are sent by
the Jewish National Fund to the
families of the deceased.
Eddie Newman is a past presi-
dent of the national Jewish Fun-
eral Directors of America and
both he and his wife are active
in many charitable, civic and
fraternal organizations in Miami
Beach.
it &
G. Schreiber & Associates, Inc.,
a firm specializing in property
management, mortgage broker-
age and real estate has moved to
new offices at 17395 N. Bay Rd .
Miami Beach. The firm, headed
by Gerald Schreiber, was formed
eight months a?o md now repre-
sents Winetofl Towers. Miami
Beach's largest condominium
community; Win-ton Park, a S100
1.'family and town
house community on North Ken-
dall Drive: Hillcrest East 24 and
Hi'.lcrest East 25 in Ho'lywood.
The comuany also manages of-
fice buildings and shopping cen-
ter- 111 South Florida.
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City of Miami Commissioner
Rose Gordon has been named
District Director of the Florida
Planning and Zoning Association,
Inc.. according to an announce-
ment made by FPZA President
Richard XVhipple. Now complet-
ing her second term as president
of the FPZA South Florida Chap-
ter. Mrs Gordon will surrender
that post to devote maximum
energy in her new capacity. She
will formally hand over the gavel
to president-elect John Little,
Coral Gables Zoning Adminis-
trator, during the chapter's an-
nual banquet at the Coral Gables
Country Club. Jan. 23. Tkeealere
Pappas, president of Keyes
Realty Co will be guest speaker.
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Wiesel-Kronish
Dialogue To Be
Airetl On WXMI
Classics South, the interview
program hosted by Judy Drucker.
will present a dialogue between
the renowned author. Elie Wiesel,
and Rabbi Leon Kronish. Sunday
at 4:30 p.m. over Station WTMI
93 F.M.
On a recent visit to the Miami
area, Elie Wiesel and Rabbi Leon
Kronish met to discuss Mr.
Wiesel's recent article in the
New York Times entitled. "Omi-
nous signs and Unspeakable
Thoughts." which was printed in
the Dec. 28 issue.
Elie Wiesel recently had his
play "Zalman or the Madness of
God'' shown over Channel 2.
Dr Leon Kronish, Rabbi of
Temple Beth Sholom of Greater
Miami, is also the National co-
chairman of Israel Bonds.
Elie Wiesel will appear at
Temple Beth Sholom Sunday.
April 6. in honor of Rabbi
Kronish's 30th Anniversary as
spiritual leader of Beth Sholom.
Hollywood Track's
First Post 7:45,
Matinee At 1 P.M.
The first major stakes race of
the season at the "all new" Holly
wood Pog Track is drawing to a
close and a second is about to
begin.
The finals of the S25.000 Hoi-
lywoodian will be contested Fri-
day evening.
Saturday night, the first round j
elimination races for the S21.400'
Hollywood Endurance Classic be-
gins with the semi-final races
scheduled for Jan. 18 and the
finals on Jan. 25.
Hollywood is operating with a
7:46 p.m. first post time this sea-
son and runs nightly except Sun-
day. Matinees are on Monday,
Wednesday. Friday and Saturday '
afternoon with all racing cards
beginning at 1 p.m.
All grandstand seats are free
at Hollywood.
Louis Goldstein Discussion
Leader At Jan. 16 Meeting
"Selected Essays of Achad Ha
am" will be the subject of the
next meeting of the Great Jew-
ish Books Discussion Group, to
be held at the Miami Beach Pub-
lic Library. 2100 Co!!in Ave.
Thursday. Jan. 16, at 1:30 p.m.
Leader will be Louis Gold-
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sion on Wills and Bequests of i
the Jewish Theological Seminar.'.
and member of its Board of Over-1
seers. Mr. Goldstein is also a
Director of the Bank of North
America. The public is invited
at no charge. Co-ordinator is
Samuel Reiser.
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'olice Cliief Flays Report He's Anti-Semite

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UENOS AIRES The Po-
IChief of the Rio Negro pro-
Benigno Mario Ardanaz,
repudiated a report that he
|tly appended a venomous
Semitic attack on Jews to
jrder of the day" and also
Kl that he has resigned.
J.i cable to DAIA, the rep-
Itative body of Argentine
\, ho stated ti. it th anti-
Bc eeciaration had l>een
tod to him.
kded that such expressions
Li tally with the iplrlt and
l> dl the Rio Negro i>olice
chk :
iiad reportedly called
fight against Jews. Zion-
md Communism. The lla-
lught a strong protesl
Ji lAIA to the police chief
[Omitted he signed the sup-
It to the order of the day.
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ralsal 'Man of Vir*
Iv YORK King Faisal
li.ii Aral)ia has been se-
as Time Magazine's Man
Year for 1974.
[principal factor" in mak-
lla choice, according to
was the monarch's role
krirupling the price of oil
now holds more power
my ether leader to lower
jr raite them anew.
\h in his own light and as
bol or the other newly
l tent ites A oil, Saudi
\'a I Ing Fail i is the Man
Year."
[t week. People, a weekly
tine published by Time-
lann .1 Ya.-n Al ifat BS one
35 "most peo-
1.-71.
pCapoed Emb >trli"
IUSALEM Gi ek Cath-
ded his partial hunger
on Chrtstm is Day, Israeli
ila rej irted.
began his hunger
Dec. 13 in an effort to
Ion being sen-
t 12 years in prison <>n
[- i i gun-running for Pal-
m terrorist -
keli prison commissioner
Nil reported earlier that
[Archbishop was refusing
<><>d but WSJ takin
inrrntrated liquid nourish-
twice a (la-
in san eating solid foods
Dec. 25.
* fr [New Jewish Mayer
tONTO The town of
|ian humorist, the late
Hi Leacock, atxi m >del for
pales of Maripoea," now-
Jewish Mayor,
|i- "-year-old Frank D<>1-
local retail clothier who
5.400 \otes against l.fioo
Ifor hLs nearest opponent.
lia, 83 miles north of Tor-
(has 22,000 inhabitants of
>nly eight families are
i* i:
priiKins Want Balance
^'N Foreign Minister
Dietrich Genscher said
lliat West Germany will re-
ts "balanced policy" in the
East in 1973 by continu-
recognlze the rights of
ilestinlan people, as well
necessity of recognized
line boundaries for Isiael.
stated that Bonn's foreign
priority in 1975 would be
kificatlon of Western Eu-
I Nothing would be more
fous. he staled in an in-
with West German Ra-
tal if European develop-
[were to be retarded be-
|of financial burdens aris-
fom the oil and energy
a a
|ui>in Protests Boycott
DE JANEIRO Dr. Is-
pabin, head of the multi-
wire Klauin family, who
various Industrial enter-
in Brazil, including the
paper mill iti the coun-
lid that the Aiab ded
last week to I lacklist his fl
is "an Inti
Into the busin ss of a Brazl
flrn ."
Klabin, wno was reacting to
a repoit from Beirut, said his
firms had never done busk, u
with Arab countries.
An Arab boycott has also
been instituted against two non-
Jewish firms tb.at produce soft
drinks because their trade
marks contain symbols looking
like the Star of David.
The two firms. "Brahma" and
"Antartlca," have never done
business v. ith toreign countries.
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Students Study Land
V YORK One hundred
and twenty-two American Jew-
ish university students spent
their winter vacation learning
about the 'and and people of Is-
as participants in a 10-day
study mission that ended Jan. 2
id by the United Jewish
A| peal.
up, which included a
Black Jew from Kent State Uni-
sity in Ohio, the editor of the
Harvard University "Crimson,"
and large delegations iron: col-
in Los Angeles, Philadel-
phia and New York City areas,
was the largest student mission
in I'JA history.
T> A ft
Pardon For Prisoners
COPENHAGEN It is more
than likely that the last three
prisoners involved in the murder
of Ahmed Boushicki in Lille-
hammer in 1973 may receive a
pardon shortly after New Year.
Norwegian sources said.
The three, wiio are serving
sentences from six-and-a-half to
nine years, are Sylvia Rafael.
Dan Erbel and Avraham Gem-
mer.
Two others, who were arrest-
ed with them and convicted of
espionage and complicity in the
murder i the Moroccan nation-
al, have already been released.
All hal been alleged to have
been Israeli agents.
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Naata to Co on Trial
II' INN About ,'i.OOO former
Nsu.is will go on trial by 1980
for crimes involving murder,
the "Jewish Press Service" in
Duesseldorf reported Monday.
Since the war, 77.820 cases have
been opened against allege i
Nazi criminals. Some 6.375 per-
sons have been sentenced.
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Portable Air Raid Shelter
TEL AVIV An Israeli firm
has developed a portable air raid
shelter which it savs costs IL
PLO Chief Yasir Arafat has
warned the U.S. that the Arab
nations will meet American
threats of military intervention
t > take over Middle Eastern oil
sources (see Page 2-A) by blow-
ing up their oil w< lla
00, half the price of conven-
tional concrete sheitei.v
The shelter consists of a met-
al cylinder that can hold 18
persons and contains water sup-
plies, sanitary facilities and
ventilating devices.
It can be placed in specially
dug trenches and can be movei
from one site to another, the
manufacturer says.
B'nai B9rith Now Conducting
Nationwide Membership Drive
Rabbi Moms Sop of Temple Sholom in Pompano Beach,
(left) Mark Weissman.. L.F.D.. and Rabbi Milton Gross of the
Tamarac Jewish Center place the traditional Mezzuzah on
the doorpost during the recent dedication of Menorah
Chapel in Deerfiald Beach.
2nd Menorah Funeral Chapel
Opens In Deerfield Beach
The ((rowing demand for Jew-
ish funeral services in Broward
and Palm Beach Counties has re-
sulted in the opening of the
second Menorah Chapel within
a year.
Placement of the Mezzuzah on
the doorpost accompanied by,
recitation of several traditional
prayers highlighted the dedica-
tion ceremony Thursday. Dec.
26, in the area's newest Menorah
Chapel, located at 441 South Fed-
eral Highway. Deerfield Beach.
The original chapel opened
Jan. 1. 1974, at SM.3 Park Dr..
Margate, under the supervision
of Mark Wei--man. L.F.D.
"The necessity for our new fa-
cility represents the tremendous
influx of Jewish people to our
area," Weissman pointed out.
"Broward county is second only
to Israel in Jewish immigration
during recent years."
Participants in the recent dedi-
cation ceremony included Rabbi
Morris Skop of Temple Sholom.
in Pompano Beach. Rabbi Milton
Gross of the Tamarac Jewish
Center, and Rabbi Norman Men-
del of the Boca Raton Hebrew
Congregation.
Rabbi Avrom Drazin of Temple
Israel of Miramar. who is presi-
dent of the Broward County Rab-
binical Association, and Cantor
Max Gallub. spiritual leader for
the Margate Jewish Center, as
well as dignitaries from other
local temples were also present.
"We will work in coordinati in
with cemeteries throughout
Broward Palm Beach and Dade,"
explained Weissman. emphasiz-
ing the service area of the two
chapels extending south from
Boynton Beach along the Florida
East (oast "We wlH i for
Reform. Conservative and Ortho-
dox funerals anywhere In the
world."
Weissman, one of nine J.
funeral directors in Florida,
earned his Associate of Science
degree in Mortuary Science from
ami-Dade Community College
in 1972.
Burn and raised in Metropoli-
tan New York. Weissman attend-
ed Rutgers University in New-
Jersey. He and his wife. Janet.
belong to the Margate and Tama-
rac Jewish Centers, Temple Sho-
lom in Pompano Beach and
Temple Beth Israel in Sunrise.
Serving as financial secretary
for the Tamarac B'nai B'rith
Lodge and on the board of gov-
ernors for the Fort Lauderdale
Knights of Pythias Lodge. Weiss-
man is a charter member of the
Margate and Sunrise B'nai B'rith
Lodges, the Margate Kiwanis
Club, the Margate Jewish Center
Men's Club and the Tamarac
Business and Professional Club.
His wife holds charter member-
ship in the Margate Women's
Chapter of B'nai B'rith.
JCC Featuring
Morning Classes
The Jewish Community Centers
of South Florida at the trailers
in North Dade. 20400 NF 24th
Ave., announce a series of adult
classes with free baby sitting
service available every morning
of the week starting next week.
Featured Monday mornings
will be international folk danc-
ing, outdoors; Tuesday mornings,
Hi brew Conversation for begin-
ners; Wednesdays, an art class
using acrylics for beginners:
Thursdays, rhythmic exercise and
to build muscle tone: Fri-
day-, macrame to create belts.
bags to I wall hangings of every
varietj
In order to rod-tor for these
,1,. .11 the JCC Each class
has a limited registration for
eight sessions.
B'nai B'rith is in the process
of a nationwide membership cam-
paign.
"You must involve your mem-
bers in order to interest others,"
-ays Mrs. Flora H. Sinick. pub-
licity and public relations chair-
man.
"B'nai B'rith is the oldest and
largest Jewish service organizu-
n the world.
'The iti ms below in capsule
form will not onlj interest you.
but give you autstanding facts
and you will become a T.N.T.
worker' bj out for mem-
Ixi-. Today No! Tomorrow.
"In addition to having districts
and councils, regions are being
established. Among our many
services are:
Leo N. Levi Hospital. Hot
Springs, Ark. arthritis and re-
late.! diseases.
National Jewish Hospital.
Denver. Colo. tuberculosis re-
st ireh.
B'nai B'rith Center, Mayo
Clinic. Rochester, Minn, social
service program.
Vocational Servicecareer
guidance.
Adult Jewish Education and
Institutes of Judaism.
Camp B'nai B'rith Star-
light. Pa.
Older Adult Programedu-
cational and service program.
Salk Foundation for bio-
logical studies
Member of Unitfd Nations
Coordination Board of Jewish
Organizations.
B'nai B'rith Children's
Home Rehabilitation Center for
Malajusted Children in Israel.
B'nai B'rith Foresta sec-
tion of the Great Martyr's Forest
in Jerusalem.
Franklin D. Roosevelt Four
Freedoms Library. Washington,
DC.unique research center for
political science students.
Anti-Defamation League
democracy at work through edu-
cation, public opinion and legis-
lation.
Hillel FoundationsJewish
spiritual and cultural centers on
over 350 college campuses.
Citizenship. Veterans and
Community Affairs Program
provides education and com-
munity action aimed at sustain-
ing the American way of life
and the democratic orocesses.
B'nai B'rith Youth Organi-
zation for Jew ith Youth, com-
posed of A.Z.A.. B.B.G. and
young adultc.
Tel Hashomer Veterans Re-
hbilitation Hospital.
Hillel Foundations He-
brow University and the Tech-
ii Israel
Two Kibbutzim The Al-
fred M. Cohen and The Henry
Monsky colonies.
Sanctuary of solid rock in
the B'nai B'rith Fore-:
Call Mrs. Nat Reiffen, member-
.....dinator; Mrs. Blanche
Breitbart. overall chairman, or
Mrs Lillian Sands president af
Miai i B'nai B'rith Coun-
cil, to join.
(lamps Accepting
Joh Applications
in B. Margolis, chairman of
the Summer Day Camp I" let a of
the Jewish Community Centers
of South Florida has announced
It the North County Extension
Service of the Jewish Com-
munity Centers. 20400 NE 24th
Ave.. is now accepting applica-
tions for employment of Coun-
sellors, Unit Heads. Division
Heads and Junior Counsellors.
The nine various camps, serv-
ing North Dade and South
Broward. include Camp Paotot
for pre-schoolers. Camp Ofarim
for 1st and 2nd graders Camp
Maccaboe for 3rd and 4th and
Camp Kadimah lor 5th and 6th.
a Creative Arts Center for ages
9 thru 14 and a Sports Center f >r
boys and girls, ages 9 thru 14.
In addition there will be a
Teen Travel Camp for ages 12
thru 15 which travels daily with
a special one week trip to N
York, and a Cross Country
Travel Cam-,) for 16 and 17 year
olds that will travel to the West
Coast and Canada.
For further information con-
tact Vivian Becker at the Jew-
ish C mmunity Centers of South
Florida.
'Birthday Dinner' Tuesday
Gift of Life Chapter of the N.i-
tional Asthma Center will hold
its fifth annual "Birthday Din-
ner' in the Hampshire Inn Res-
taurant Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. All
charter me.Mbers are urced to at-
tend this nostalgic event, recall-
ing the groun's verv first year,
according to Mrs Bill Perl, pub-
licity vice president.
Grisha Fein Forum Speaker
Grisha Fein, a recent visitor to
Russia, will sneak in Hebrew on
"Inside Russian Jewry' at the
monthly meeting of the Dade
Countv Hebrew Cultural Forum
on the seeond f'oor of ;v-.'
American Dink. 1200 Lincoln
Rd.. Wednesday at 1:30 i
icon I. Segal is president of the
group.


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Friday, hnuory 1Q j
- Bar Mibzvnh
Mmrrit Sacks
ttete Wtingerlen Philip Douches
PHILIP DANCHES
Philip, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
>fvi"ge Danches. will become a
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Menorah
Saturday morning. Jan. 11.
Philip is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Lear School.
A Kiddush will follow services
in honor of the occasion.
A &
REESE WE1NGARTEN
The Bar Mitivah of Reese
el Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weingarten.
will take place at Temple Beth
Am Saturday. Jan 11.
Reese atten t> Richmond
Heights Junior High School and
s-pecial accelerated Religious
SdftOOl at Beth Am He
made first place for three
MM) a ptili up cha-
Ft ... M there wUl
b.- a hit* rominent \L-:tors
itt< ... mclude the
pi Mints and great
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Harris Andrew, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Sachs. 8501 SW 84th
CX.. will observe his Bar Mitzvah
at Temple Israel of Greater Mi
ami. Saturday. Jan 11.
Harris is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Glades Junior High
School, where he plays saxophone
in the hand
Following the services, a re-
ception honoring the celebrant
will be held at the Coconut Grove
Hotel.
Rev. Pierce To
Speak Friday AI
Hallaiiriale Center
Rev. Luther C. Pierce, rv
of the I'mon Congr.:
Church. Ha'.landa'.e. will be
sue.-: speaker at the Ha'.landa'.e
.', er sen ices Fnday at
S 00 p.m.
Rev. Pierre has served as pro-
Ki ejoa of -. V-
tad Jeus j">;
been producer and host of "The
Fir- .am
He is a
world traveller and is curr*1".Uj
rep>
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Rev Pierce has been call >d to
the ^e Can-
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pastor tx February 1.
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ABBA [BAH
Abba Eban
To Speak At
Beth David
Abba Eban will appear at Beth
David as part of its Forum S
Feb 2
Widely re-
garded as one
of the world's
truly great or-
ators. Abba
Eban. former
Israeli Mil
of Foreign Af-
fairs, was born
in Cape T urn.
Union of South
Africa.
Dunn,; the
Second World
War. he was assigned in 1942 to
Jerusalem a Liaison Officer of
Allied Headquarters to secure
missions in the Middle East and
Europe.
After the war. Mr Eban en-
tered the service of the Jewish
Agency in Jerusalem. He was a
member of the Jewish rVfenc)
Delegation to the UN Genera'
Assembly which presented the
Jewish case at the delibi
leading u^ to the A de-
cision for the establishment of
State of Israel.
In 1943. Mr I appoint
ed Israel's Repn
United Sal in this ca-
pacity appeared repeatedly be-
fore the b,-1
D to stal
Istm Ps i In n May lith.
he became Permanent R
ptember 1950 he al
so became Israel's
(Jetted
both po.:> until his res
in July of 1
In 1959 Mr. Ebaa r I
entered polil
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Labor Party H v -
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BABYSITTER WANTED
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fttost hoy* trtir oid
km. Cafl ItMUo,
Taxpayer Must Claim Exempt^
One Month Sooner-By March
Tax Assessor Al Blake reminds
Dade County property owners of
new filing dates for homestead
exemptions.
State law now provides the
period of Jan. 2 through March 1
for claiming of a wide variety
of exemptions. In previous years
the property owner had until
April 1 to make applications.
This wek. the county tax as-
sessor is mailing renewal appli-
cations to all pr tperty owners,
and he has made it easy to re-
spond by providing a double re-
ply card and envelope. All one
needs to do is to fill in the double
card, sign it. seal both portions
of the double card in the en-
velope, stamp it and mail it.
Applicants also may file in per-
son at any one of 17 local tax
centers The responsibility for fil
ing is that of the taxpayer, not
county or state officials. Blake
warned.
Blake poinU out
property owner i, em. J
$5,000 tax exempt^
amendment Florida
approved by ,- year.J
Legislature now n ikeaa
exemptions of v>i>oo av.
persons over 65, and
totally and pern anenth
In no event iha i the
exemptions e\r i| $io"^
ever.
Additional information
pamphlet ii avail
county tax a<-
Dades Citizen!
ice Center>
Tnpperware Party u
Surfside Women's I.euJ
hold a Tupperv
day at 12 30 o m in s*
Town Hall 1
freshments for p
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OVER 70 SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES
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'well known' Tennis 'Pro' and 10 instructors' (
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bowling lanes, canoe trips, baseball, bask- tto
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liree-Part Lectiire-Seniinar
Ties Begins At Beth Sholom
rt that a "Chavurah" or
ip of faith" can play in
tew dimension to family
cogue life will be ex-
Temple Beth Sholom
;>ail lecture and semi-
Is that will get under
Sunday and Monday,
trough early March.
|ies, one of a number
[events celebrating ths
Lersary of Rabbi Leon
I spiritual leadership of
Ration, is being spon-
Trmplc's Yoang
i '.iim il of Chavurot
funded bv the I-"On
tc of Living Juda-
the lecture seminars
Dii-ld over a two-day
I <>:i Sundty mernings
9:IS and the other on
)venings beginning at
lay morning programs
>r young parents and
le adults, primarily
Bay evening programs
or men and women
Bldren arc grown and
from home.
noted figures in
ious affairs will
fcturers and seminar
(These are Prof. Eric
I te professor <>f n
hike University; Prof.
. assistant pro-
Ireligious studies at the
of South Florida, and
four Brickner, director
lepartnwnt of Intarre
^ffair; of the Union of
Hebrew Congregations.
lion is the international
of Reform synagogues.
i; upwards of 750 con-
^ throughout the west-
Oisphere. Temple Beth
Is a member congrega-
Jeyers. a noted biblical
Hist, will speak this
Ion the theme "The An-
fnagogue: A Model for
His and the suc-
lectures will be followed
linar.
Jief aim of both the lee-
;1 Named By
iean Savings
few Director
*ard Kattel has been
the American Savings
Association of Florida
board of direc-
tors, Shepard
Broad, chair-
\>j man of the
board has an
nounced.
Mr. Kattel is
chairman of
Kattel. Inc.
Realtors. Mort
gage Brokers
and Consult-
"e/ ants. located
in Coral Gables.
Mr. Kattel is
t>er of the Coral Gables
p Realtors and the Cham-
Commerce in Coral
and Key Biscayne. He is
?er of the Economic So-
South Florida and the
Jec of One Hundred.
directors of American
include: Morris N.
president of the Associa-
tion Y. Billard. Invest-
|nker, Drysdale and Com-
E Crtat, U.S. Navy, Re-
U vis Horwitz. attorney;
Lyttoo, retired physi-
Uph Kresge. retired S. S.
Company executive;
Revits, retired Merrill
Pierce, Fenner and
! .1 M I.' I-
vice president of
>:i Si
tures and the seminars will be
to explore the role of the syna-
gogue as an expression of what
Rabbi Kroni-.li h^is termed "Jew-
ish particularity in a pluralistic
society." The Chavurah idea will
!) ( vamined as a facet of this
particularity.
Prof. Meyi is. who is also di-
rector of the Duke University
Program in Judaic Studies, was
a leader of a major archaeo-
logical excavation in Israel in
1970-72.
.ii- and others uncovered a
synagogue at Khirbel Shema,
that has sjnee sh?d new light on
Jewish r>ligious practices in an-
cient times. The Khirbet Shema
expedition was project of the
Ann rican Schools for Oriental
Research and was funded by the
Smithsonian Institution.
Prof. Meyers is also.. Eliezer Kroll. Israel Aliyah
Center director, will be the
guest speaker at the Israelite
Center Temple, 3175 S.W.
25 St.. Friday at 8:15 P.M.
Spinoza Forum Meets
Thursday Morning
The Dr. Abraham Wolfson-
Spinoza Forum meets every
Thursday at 10 ajn. on the sec-
ond floor of the Washington Fed-
eral Bank. 1234 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. The late Dr. Abra-
ham Wolf son was the founder;
Arnold Kleiner is chairman. All
welcome, no charge.
Guest speakers for January
are Dr. Frances Handler"Trip-
ping Through The Past," this
week; Herb Rubin 'involve-
ment." Jan. 16: Irving Gordon
"Histadrut In Israel," Jan. 23,
and Samuel Pascoe "Trip
Through Israel." Jan. 30.
Fashion Show And
Travelog Jan. 15
Temple Adath Yeshurun Sis-
terhood will present both a Fash-
ion Show and Travelog at the
general meeting Wednesday.
Ted's Dress Rack. 1117 F. Ha!
landale Beach Blvd.. will provide
the fashions (sizes 8 to 18) which
are to be modeled by the Sister
hood members.
The Hallmark Travel Agency,
located at 3800 Ocean Dr.. Holly-
wood, will present a cruise film
and also host refreshments for
everyone in attendance.
Dr. Jaffe To Teach
Dr. Samuel Z. Jaffe of Temple
Beth El. Hollywood, has been in
vited to give a 3-crcdit coins,' on
h History and Culture" at
the Centra] Campus of the Brow-
aid Community College. Cl
7 10 p m No w< i
of the Joint Expedition to Mel
i >n. Israel, a project of the
American Schools of Oriental Re-
search. He has taught at Brandeis
University, the Boston Area Sum-
mer Institute for Foreign Stu-
dents and The Jewish Theolog
ical Seminary of America where
he was Visiting Professor teach
in. a course in Jewish Art.
Pr f Strange, an archaeologist
who was associated with Prof
Mi ra In the excavation of Khir-
bet Shema. will deliver the lec-
ture on Sunday and Monday. Feb.
I" and 17 His subject will be
"The Relationship of the Syna
gocue to the Church."
Rabbi Brickner. who is noted
for regular contributions to the
Saturday Review, will be th"
lecturer on Sunday and Monday.
March 9 and 10. His them,
be "The Synagogue in Third
Century is \ Reali tic or Relic.'
At the Jockey Club, plans are made for Wednesday's "In-
stant Replay" luncheon of the Collins-Beach Chapter of
Women's American ORT by (from left to riqht) Mrs. Ted
Natelson cochairperson, Mrs. Samuel Resnick, chairperson,
and Mrs. Ed Weiner, (seated) president. Here they discuss
menu with Tino, the maitre d'.
Rossmoor Coconut Creek's huge social and
recreational complex is scheduled for a Feb.
15 opening. The Center, built at a cost of
more than SI.7 million, will be headquar-
ters for more than 125 clubs and groups or-
ganized by Rossmoor residents. It will have
seven buildings under a mutual roof, with
facilities for large banquets, theatrical pro-
ductions, arts and crafts, hobbies, study
projects and cultural activities.
Eddie Schaffer Elected President
Of Miami Beach Footlighiers Club
Eddie Schaffer is the newly
elected president of the Foot-
lighter's Club of Miami Beach.
Other officers include Sumner
H. Cohen, executive vice presi-
dent; Sammy Walsh. Buddy
Walker. Tommy Dale and Lee
Pines, vice presidents; Murray
Sonnett. recording secretary and
Harry Strull. treasurer.
The board of governors will in-
clude Alan Gale, Harvey Bell,
Tony Adams. Sonny Sands. Sid
Engel, Lou Springer, Morty Reid.
Vince Pafumi. Chris Dundee, Leo
Soloff, Doug Stevens, Carl Gard-
ner, Harold Krongold. Jerry
Stern. Judge Milton Friedman.
Lou Shor, Lou Sussman, Alan
Kole. Danny Flaxman. Ed Wei-
ner, Dr. Maurice Edelman and
Ed Melniker.
Calling All Cooks!
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using Sabra Liqueur, and win
a deluxe Sabra Mini-Chalice
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EDDIE SCHAFFER
Jerry I^ester. Eddie Lane and
I-ou Marsh.
The board of governors also
includes past presidents Leon
Fields. Paul Gray. Lifty Lewis,
Youth Aliyah Luncheon
Mrs. Simon April, president of
Aviva Chapter of American Miz-
rachi Women, announces its
Youth Aliyah Luncheon meeting
Monday at 1 p.m. in the First
Federal Rank at 2750 SW Coral
Way There will be an admission
charge.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY /
PROBATE DIVISION
J. GWVNN PARKER
PROBATE NO. 75-93
in RE: Batata of
SYLVIA 8 ROM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors .mil All Persons (* iv-
iiik riiiiins or Demands Against Said
Batata:
Vi.u art- hereby notified and reouir-
ad i" praaenl any claim* and demand!
which vou mav have uuainst the es-
late of SYLVIA 8 ROSE deceased
late of Dad* County, Florida, t" the
Circuit! Judges of Dade County, ami
ni. ihe Hint in duplicate and ;.s pro-
vided i" Section 7.13 16. Florida Stat-
utes in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Pad* County. Florida,
within four ealendar months I'rom the
time of the ftrsi publication herwf.
or thr name will lie barred.
Filed al Miami. Florida, this Mh
day of Januarv. A.D. 1MB.
JOSEPH M R08B
(AKVI E PNOBR
As Km i-utors
Flral publication of this notice on
the loth day of January 1*75
SI'AltHKK ZEMBU ROSKIN
HBILBRONNER and KARP, P \
Attorney foi Ex< cutor
inn N Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, Florida 331 12
1 10-17
LEGAL NOT'CE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEX lhal
the undersigned deslrlns ti enaaae
in business under the fictitious name
nf AIRCRAFT TAXI CO .1 h .i YF.I,-
i OW CAB < IF N< IRTH DAOl
i' lvenu< Miami, I
Is l cl name with
ult C mi I of 1 lade
VIRt'H \l T v XI
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NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 74-35772
SUIT FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
I IN \ FR< lEDE.
Petition) r.
Wll I I AM FROEDR.
pondenl
TO: nil I l \M Fl!> IEDE
You .ir. he bv notified lhal n BUI
..f Complain) foi I Hi i olutlon of I
i laite has been filed i Insl you and
vou are required lo serve .....) of
vour Answer or P'ndln to the Petl-
M, i..... id. Petitioner's tttoi I n
MARK s linTII BBQ Wl
>.....i. Sulb -"' Miami Beach. Flo-
and file the orlalnal Annwi i or
pleading in 'i.....fflct of ihe rierk of
ihe Circuit Court on ot befort th*-
14th da) of February, IS7S If vou fall
to 'i" so, twii:ni.ni t'v default will he
taken saalni l rou foi the i ell< f d>
m. mil. d in thi Petl
Tli shall be published
. ach week ......ii weeka
THE JEWISH Fl nHIPl.vv
PONE \N" OROERED si Miami
Florida, lu.- Til, da) of Janu n A.D
i;i, !, irtn RRIXKER '' BRK
un i', i.' i i m.ii i 'ouni >. Flo
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-Jenist Fkridiar
Friday, Ianuary
10.
bituaiies
IFGAl NOTICE
IEGAI NOTKE
*
A PRAMS. Rose. 7S. of Miami Beach.
.v*m
Al.NER. Nathan. 77. c( Miami Beach.
U vitt.
BALNER. Bernard. ..: f .Miami.
K.v.
FRIEDMAN. Anr Q TJ. of North
M ami Beach Riverside.
H WARD. Lena. 10. ol North Miami
Reach. 1-.
li'HKU Frank. TS. of North Miami
Beach. Levitt. \
LENTZ. Dora. M. of Miami Beach.
N. wman.
Ll'FTli!. Samuel D.. 74. of Miami
Beach, liordon.
MAilALNtCK. ID-mac :.. of North
ml Beach. Riverside,
MAKKoW Harry. 77. ol Miami
Beach. Riverside. Interment ML
Nebo Cemeterv
M LER. Blanche. M. of Miami.
' J rdon. Interment Sit. Nelo
- metery.
F.EI3LER Pauline. S?. of Surf >
Blasbenr.
}:< 1 FKEE. Leonard. 53.. of N. roll
Miami Beach. Riv.
SKOLNDC Samuel A.. 74. of Miami
Beach. Riverside.
Jacob AiliVr Dies In
St. Petersburg At 102
Jacob Adier, a Jewish author
whose works were published un-
der the name of B. Kover. died
in St. Petersburg Tuesday, Dec.
31. He was 102.
Adler. who was known as the
"Yiddish Mark Twain." was born
in Austria and came to the
United States at the age of 17.
A staff member of The Jewish
Daily Forward in New York City,
his "Yente Telebende." a humor-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
E IS HEHEPY GIVEN that
the ataaw
new under the fi. titi u- i
AMERICAN POINDA'
-1* SHE AKT8 al I'ul1-
Center. 4th Ploi r, U UBi. D
tv. 1131. intend to rea
Ctark of th Clr-
( u i url :itv Fli-nda.
THE AMERICAN FOUNDATION
F"K THE ARTS. INCORPORATED.
HOWARD J HIKS'HKIELP
H\ KH'HARP LEVINE
B) 1.' iBERT BLEEMER
KELVIN E WEIN8TEIN
-.. i for The American
Foundation fi r the Art?.
1 10-17-24-31
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCLIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-6C~7
J. GVVVNN PARKER
In P.E Estate of
ous serial, ran in that publication REBEC \ ZIMMERMAN
for 30years. He contributed more not ce to creditors
than 30.000 humorous articles. To All and All Pei
18.000 poems, a dozen books and '
NOTICE of action
constructive service
(no property!
in the circuit court of the
ellventh judicial circuit of
florida. in and for
dads county
civil action no. 75-92
action for dissolution
of marriage
IN RE: THE MARR1 ";r i F:
FAUST" i F LOSANA.
MIHTA LOSANA.
v\ Ife
TO: MIRTA LOSANA. Apl Noll
eet
N. erark Neu lei I TIN
T( if ARE HER1 BY Nl >TIF!EP
that an action for Pit-solution of Mar-
hai heen filed asralnst vou and
i u an required lo serve a copy of
to it on
__UCAl NOTKt
FicT.T.oCi zZur
NOTICE IS HEREBt'rnfi
he undarjiKned. ,..nt\
uslne-ss Ir < : ,'""to
It Pom
..ue. Miami K,...
I ON."
ritim
Florid
fj'-'' 'Dine
Bi
rvPEN KM.
Attorneyi tor Ai
III Arthur
Miami Bee i.. i

IN THE CIRCUIT Cm
,NANDFFL0DR*,^|
'" "n CASE NO 74 ir>V
..i attorney RONALD Hoi I h.T> c*-
for 1 .* MM JANICE ROL1 i .nd
NW 7 rida. and KI.l.lnT 1. MILLER {
. with the lent of the Plaintiff*.
urt on or befon Feb-
ruarj 7tl a default JAMES D HARR1
tered aaainst vou for the mh.PREP | HARI
onaplaint or and ARTHIli |> IKNkiv'i"".
petltli ..... i o\st \N< i
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This notice shall be published once
friendship...
means someone cares
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Open Ertrj Day Cased Saehatfi
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 266-2888
numerous plays to the Jewish
literary world.
116*1 NoncT"
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 7S-3S1
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Tl
KENNETH ARGENT.
Pel
CELIA ARGENT.
To. MRS CELIA ARGENT
' .-
Darrford-Eeni
Mr eland
Y. If ARE HEREPY NOTTFIED
that am.:
. filed against you and
ire r^vjuired to aarve I
fi ur written defense*, if anr -
<:. Kwitnev. Kroe* A S helnbenr. at-
tcrnr\< for Petitioner, whose address
is 420 Lincoln Road Suit. 11] Miami
Beach. Florida 33139. and file the
orutmal with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before February
12th. 1873: otherwise a default will
be entered aa-ainst vou for the re-
lief demanded la the complaint or
This notice shall be published once
each week r f' ur eoaaerutrve weeks
.i. THE JEWISH FLoKIDlAN.
WITNESS Br hand and the seal
d curl at Miami. Florida on
h dav of January
RICH A HP P BRINKER
As Clerk. Cjr u Court
Dari- C Hi 13 F rida
By: O WILLIAMS
At Deuuty Cledl
(Circuit Court Seal)
KW1TNEV KRooP &
SCHETNBERG PA
." Lincoln Road Su te ''.;
ml Bea^h. Florida S313S
Atl -'.-'or i\:.:.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 75-3 9-
E Estate of
: -E SCHWARTZ *
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Hv-
iaims or Kmai.il> Ac.
te:
You are her. i and r
I -.nds
h you may ha>
la, to
. Judces
:.le the saame ir duplicate and as
led in Section 733 1>

within fi ur ,..:- i
attorn
same will be barred
.. dax
75
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fr- n'tice on
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Said Batata:
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the tinx
of.
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K' BERT ZIM1
BERTA BARNETT
As C Exe u
on
Jrd day I Jai u..r-..
PEN
OPEN a NE>
Ext atora
:.; A ::..ad
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 74.8f.
JOHN R. BLANTON
7- RE E-tate of
BESSIE H PENT' \
.-!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pen M
Havinc Claims or Demands Ac.i.r.-t
Said Estate:
You are herebv notified and reoulr-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you mav have aaain: the
tate of BESSIE H DENTON.
deceased late of Dade County. Florida.
to the Circuit Judces of Dade O u
and file the same ir. duolicate and as
n 733 K. Florida
Statu'
CoUTtll u--
wuhin four calendar month- froao
: pal Dublica:.
r the same will be barred
POed Miami Florida, this S7th
day of Pec-mi-er. a P I -"4
APi'.EA C-'LI'ENBERG
As Executria
First publication of this notice on
i..% '.". J IT .
SHAPIRO FR1E1 WEIL at SCHEER
r Estate
.'.i.ami Bt-
r-.c-.da 33139
____________________________ : 3-io
IN THE CIRCL'T COURT Oc THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
J GVVVNN PARKER
PROBATE NO. F4'K73
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Till: JEWISH KI.ol'.IPlAN
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NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JAMES D H
Mil DPI
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RICH RD P BR MKER
As Cierl i i all
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B\ I. 11
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(Circuit i urt Si
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 75-344
In re the Man ut<
OLINDA PINEDA DAJWOOD.
W
and
BALIN paw oop.
Husl'.tnil
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: BALIN DAJWO" ID
Residence Unknown
TOO ARE IIKUKi:) NOTIFIED
.'ution of Mar-
has t.. :. .1 aarainal ) n. and
i u are r< ., pjf of
% -ur wrlttei li nit II
STEPHEN L RASKIN. P. tl.
tion.- M {g
! i t 76CJ, Miami.
t- I.I U..T \
14. 1K75. and file thr orltTlnal with
t Clei er befon
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WITNESS mv h
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ber, I
thi 30th dav of December ''
RlCHAKli I INKER
A Clerk of tl I Coon
By: T 1 MlO
Dt-uutt i ^
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OH
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIHC.I
OF FLORID* IN ANDFCHj
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DVISI0N
PROBATE NO 74.1"!
FRANK B. DOA'LINO
In RE E.tate of
PASQI'ALI S'L
1-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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entered diet T. ,A" '
Harliw < lalm
W TNE88 m) hand and seal of this
art oi Jai
RICHARD V RRINKER
A- I url
By Marlon Newman
As Deputi Clerk
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PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 73.48*6
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PROBATE D VISION
JOSEPH NESBiTT
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NOTICE TO CREDITOR*
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Estate:
You are hereby notified and re.
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FLORIDA. IN AND FCR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOSEPH NESBITT
PROBATE NO. 74-e*7
In RE I
SAM FF
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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quired to present
INTTHErCIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELE,VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 74.7520
m* R BLANTON
MART HI:
T .mQTICE T0 CREDITORS
i AU and All
Sa*idlnEsu!e''""' vr I,,mn,ta *
NOTICE OF -C-TIOS ,
CONSTRUCTIVt 5ERV Cl
1N0 Pror- J
IN THE CIRCUIT CC..RT0F
ELEVENTH JUDICiA- ClMl
and for dade col*'''
flori:-
Civ.l Action N -*-M*
GENERAL JU>. sDiCTlOl
DIVIS'""' ..
NOTICE FOR C-iANGE
OF NA
IN RE _
IM
17-M 1 HI a *M
MATtTINEZ.
Mn
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TOl' ARK HER
that a petition for 1 ,,V-t'"
ANTONIO O. !
1 HKISTopHEK a
NEZ has I-
this '. ur' .in.l v r'2"
.1 copy of *
n.ns. if any. to u
ti.'ldworn. Attc
whose address Is u sail
tv. FTortda. within four calendar
months from the time of The Bra*.
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred
Filed at Miami. Florida, this (th
day of January. A D 1
JA<"K P.' SENBERG
As Administrator
First fcbeaUaw of this r :e en
th dav nf Jicaary.
-_ETN
ttrator
r Ir. Read
Miami Beach. Florida SI
ty. Florida.
month
publics
be barred
day of
David S Kumhle
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M.^m. iieach. Fla 313

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Friday, January 10. 1975
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LEGAL NOTICE
UCAL NOTKI
UGAl NOTICE
IECAI NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 745516
Ir RE: Estati "i
M-KY SOLOS a/k/a HARRY
\s
ised
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
.1 All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
claim or 1 .......li Agalnet Bald
y(.u arc hereby notified nnd reoulr-
,,' io present any claims and d.
.[i may ha> agalnsl I
B ,. ,.f HARRY SOLOS also known as
BOL KB deceaiw .i lati i wde
Florida, to the Cln till Judge*
Li ,. and fil- the a me In
\ and a* provided In Si ctlon
loi Ida Btatutei i Ir of-
(he County Courthouse in
i 'oumv. Florida, within four
in ,i! fr..in the IIbm of the,
iftfaii) .i m hereof, or the tame
T barred,
. i Miami. Florida, this ESth
1.......1" i. A 11 l'.'TI
- ervtin Stauber, I Iw ator
III-- publication of Ui notice on
: das of January. I '
Pti i. n assei. I: .uire
|- ev for Dei eased
ur lodfrey R< nd.
llN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOHN R. BLANTON
PROBATE NO. 74.8447
RE i :-'.! of
: \ KAPLAN
i l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditor! and All P------n Hav-
jii: claims i Demandj Against sid
.
j ii ,-. hereby notified and renutr-
prenl any i deism and demands
\ i LBON KAPLAN da eaaad
of Dade County. Florida, to the
.nit Judaea 'f Dade County, nnd
aame In duplicate and as
in Motion T33.11>. Florida
: utes, In their offli In the
i. Ij Courthouse In Dade County.
a within four calendar nvmtha
time of the first publication
acne a ill b* barred
i i ai Miami. Florida, tiii- ISrd
Dec ml er. A.l> 1974
i.i >R< ITHT R. KAPLAN
\ Bxecutrlx
First publication of thi notice on
i iia\ i r January, 1978
Iwin m Qlnabarg, Baa
|yars, Kaplan. Lerftneon & Kenin
-n.v for Bee* utn\
14." Brlckell Avenue. Miami. Fin
l.J-10
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.37275
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
RE: The Marriage of
I'l'.KL CnHS.
Wife.
and
' >N'ALD JAY rOHX.
HuM.and
RONALD JAY COHN
3914 Svivian Way
Snuix I ill. Iowa 51104
TO I' ARE HKRKIiV NOTIFIBD
iat an action for Dissolution of
arriage has been filed against you
nd \uu are reoulred to serve a copy
f your written defenses, II any. to it
n kWITNEY. KBOOP SCHEIN-
B.KG attorneys for Petitioner, whose
is 120 Lincoln Road, Suite 512.
iaml Beach, Florida and file Ike
rlginal with 'he clerk of the above
. in on or befoi Pi bruarv
P, IMS; otherwise a default will be
nten I against you for thi lei de-
in ii.......mnlalnt or petltloa
Tin- notice shall be pub l
tl for in n' i
HE JEW ISH FLORIDIAN
IISS my hand ni it.. il ol
UI i Miami. II this
RICH titD V BRINKER
Ak *
Dadi Counts P
Bi I. 8NEEDEN
As Denutv <
I' uii wi Si iii
. \ ITNEY, KINMip &
HEINUEHU I' A
oln Road Sui'-- 111
Bead Florida
Attorney for Petition! r
rs?5
1 3-10-17-24
-s .NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
'lie u !. desiring to engage In
bualneaa undei si Hot.....u.- name of
DELTA INVESTMENTS I I W7 Lin-
coln Koad. Miami Beach Florida
1 Inten I to n Id i imi
with the Clerk Clroull C uit of
liadi- County. Florida
HAHRV B SMITH
BERNARD S. HANDLER
SAMUEL 8. .SMITH
MICHAEL 1! WERNER
SMITH, VI tNDLER. SMITH.
PARKER .\ M'ER>
Ai lorni y for Delta Investments
107 Lincoln Road
Mi.iini Beai h. 1 nida
l S-10-T7-M
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. 74-37C34
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN UK The Man
SUSAN EILEEN M -\.V
Wife.
and
HOWARD STEPHEN Nl/NN.
Husband
TO: HOWARD STEPHEN MN'.V
Dawn Drive
Alexandria. Virginia :2in
Yen ark HEREBY NOTIFIED
ilia; an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been fii.-i aa*sJnst \"u and
you are reauired to sens eopy of
your written defenses, jf any. to it on
Kwltney Kroop Scheinbera', attor-
neys for Petitioner, whose address i*
4.'" Lini'olii Hoail -- Suit.- .'.'. Miami
Beat h. Fli I, and file tiir orig-
inal with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before February
.". I97S; otherwise a di-fault will be
entered aa*ainsl you for the relief de-
Banded in the complaint or notition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in TMK JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITKBSS niv hand and the eal of
aid COUrt at Miami. Florida ,.n this
18th day of December. 1974
RICHARD !' BRLMKER
A" Clerk, Clroull Court
Dade County Florida
Bi I. SNEEDBN
A.- Deputy Clerk
Clnult Court Seall
KWITNEY. Kit!"'!' ft
SCHEINBERO. P A
4:u Lincoln Road .-u ti 51!
Miami B<.. I Flor I.i
Attorneys for Fet.
1 J-I0-17-M
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. 74-3M53
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE: THF. MARRIAGE OF
ALTACR.M'E BASTIAN MONCHERT
de orTIKRREZ. Wife. Petiuoner.
ALBERTO JOSE CU'TIERREZ.
HUkbaml. Itemioinlel:!
TO: ALBERTO JOSE 1CTIEKREZ
TOl' ARE HEREHY NOTIFIED
thai an Action for Dissolution of Mar-
riatte has been filed aaainst vou and
you are required to serve a eopv of
vinir written defenses if any. to It on
DANIEL RKTTER. attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address Is 1005 Con-
gress Building. Ill N.E. Second Ave-
nue. Miami. Florida 3S132. and file
the original with the clerk of the
above Styled court on or before Jan-
uary :'(. 1H7". otherwise a default will
be entered attaint.', you for the relief
demanded in the comiilaint or peti-
tion.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEW ISH EL 'RIDIAN.
witness my hand and tbe seal of
said curt at Miami. Florida on this
U-th dsj of De 1K74
RICHARD P BRINKER,
As Clerk, i 'il n C u-t
1.. de "out!!\ F u
By w n LIE BRADSHAW JR.
.\ i.. put i 'lerk
(Circuit C
DANIEL RKTTER. ESQUIRE
i,.i". rum Ilulldlnx
PI ii id i 1112
Attornej for P< tltloi
12 .":: i 3-!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
th. undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of "JOHNNY'S AUTO VINTL TOPE"'
at 14">'.T N.E. Mtn Avenue. North Mi-
ami. Florida, intend- to register said
With the Clerk of the Circuit
i 'oui I of I iade County, Flrl la.
TOPS-O-VINYL. INC.
MARVIN & BHEPPARD
Attorneys for Apnlicanl
"" S "7th Avenue. Suite 103
Miami. Florida 3:i".7G
Q-17-24
NOT CE L'NDE--*
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring i" engage in
business und*r the fli III M I ame of
IMPERIAL HOI'SE at 2427 s W 23rd
Street, Mam Florida 3S146 Intendf
to realster said anie with tlie Clerk
:' the Circuit Cuuti of Dade County.
Florid i
DAMISELA JEWELRT l I
17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIV'SION
JOSEPH NESBITT
PROBATE NO. 74-8372
l' RE: Estate of
JACK \I1TIIIH DIAMOND, known
as JACK A. DIAM< IND
de i-.-i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Parsons Hav-
ing Claim or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and reauir-
ed to present anv claims and demands
which you may have asralnst the >>-
taie of Jack Arthur Diamond, known
as jack A. Plam-n"l. deceased late of
Mad.- County. Florida, tb me Circuit
Judaea ( Dade County and file tbe
sani. :n duplicate and a- provided in
Section 733.1*1. Florid;, statutes, in
their fflcei In the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within four
calendar months fr-'m the time of the
f.i-t publication hereof, or the rame
will be barred
Piled at Miami. Florida, this 26th
day of December. A I' 1974
BEl'LA O DIAMOND known as
BILLIE DIAMOND
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
i day of January
BARTON S IHELL of BI.ATT.
1 i ELL, ALTERMAN M LASKY
Atl ney far Estate
414 Luiioiit Plaza Tenter
Miami. Florida 33131
l/S-!ft
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIV'EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
I'nltcd Dental Lab and Research.
A-sn at Suite 207. 541 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach 33139 intends to regis-
ter said r.aro* with t'ie Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
BORA B JANJIC
Murray Z. Klein
Attorney for Applicant*
800 Seybold Bids:. Miami
12 20-37 1 1-10
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
[n RE: Sedate of
'ANNIE CKEENHERi; a a
fA.WY OREENBBRU
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All CredMors and All Persons
Living Claims or LiejnajiJs Against
I Estate:
^ "U are hereby notified and re.iulr-
M to ores.m .,,,v cialmi and deoiM '-
."hlch vou may have against the ea-
of FANNIE UHKENBKKC. a/k a
rANNY OREENBERO deceased late
if Dade County, Florida, to the Clr-
tuit Judaes .f Hade County, and file
I un.- m duplicate and as i.rovi.I-
l(. Florida statutes,
their offiies in the County Court-
Mine hi Dade I'ountv. Florida, within
alendar months from the time of
mt first publication hereof or the
Kame will be barred
Piled at Miami. Florida, this 3"th
0a\ of December. A IV I9M
BEATRICE BERNSTEIN
As Bxacutrlx
First publication of this notice on
pi 3rd day ..t January. 197.'.
[THKoih.uk M TR1SHIN
LAW OFFICES
Atl irney for Executrix
HO Lincoln Road. Suite SOU
aural Beach. Florida
1/J-l*
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 74-36842
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MAERIAOE i IF:
VmOEN El.MA IZUCIERHO.
Wife.
MANTEL RAFAEL IZOFIERDO.
liusband
TO: MAM i:i. RAFAELlZOUtEKDO
I'alle i'jlniii N i- J
Ra s. Orients
Cuba
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Diss lutlon of M >r-
riuge has been filed against vou and
you are reauired to serve a copy of
\..ur written defenses, if anv. to it on
irney for ivti-
tion.r. whose address is
snd file the original with the
clerk of tbe above etyled court on or
before Jan 31. 197:.: otherwise a de-
fault will be entered stall ll "U for
the relief demanded In the complains
ur petition
This notice shall be published once
each week for f.ur consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS niv hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
3rd dav of Dec ls7t
RICHARD P BRLNiCER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade C .untv Florida
By WILLIE BRADSHAW JR.
As iienuty Clark
(Clroull Court S-ali ,
YIRC.EN El.MA IZOI-IERDO
1818 8.W Mnd Avenue Apt. No. I
Miami. Florida
Petitioner ^ ^^
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-S*S84
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
ANTHONY JOHN FLINT.
Petitioner-Husband,
and
SIKI-LKN FAYE FLINT.
Respondent-Wife
TO: SCELLKV FAYE FLINT.
Res,d.-nc- I'uknown
TOl' ARE HEREBT NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed against vou
and you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, i' anv. to it
on Burnett Roth attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is M0 Lincoln
Road, Suite 389. Miami Beach. Flor-
ida 13189. and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court
.ii or before January 29, 1975; other-
wise, a default will i.....tered against
you I r the relief demanded in the
oi ii",;. ni or petit I
Th. shall be published once
,. h week for four consecutive weeks
ii. THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
ii- it Mian loi da on this
18th day of December. 174
RICHARD P BRINKER
As l "l.rk i' u Court
Dade Con' tv, Fkn i
By 1. SNEEJ
As Deputy Clerk
fC rcull '' urt Seal i
1 I RNETT ROTH
4.'" Lir.oln Road
Miami h. PI rl la "139
Attorney for Petitioner
U .7 1 '8-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIV'SION
PROBATE NO. 74-8354
In RE Estate of
NATHAN HARRY DARSKY. a/k/a
N H. DARSKY. a k a NATHAN H.
DARgKY, deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims ..r Dem.ir. la Against Said
I:.-',. i
Y"u are hereby notified and reoulr-
,-i ., present ans claims and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of NATHAN HARRY DAR8KY.
a k a N H DARSKY. a k a NA-
THAN H DARSKY. deceased late of
Dade Count) Florida ;. )-.. Circuit
Judg.- I lade County and file the
same In duplicate and as provided in
s-. tlon 7:::t 18. Florida Btatutee, in
their offices in the Count) Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within four
calendar months from the time of the
publication hereof, or the I |
will be barred
Filed at Miami. Florida, this :6th
dav of p.- ember A D 1974
STEPHEN H CYPEN
Aj EXt i ulor
First publication of this notice on
the 3rd dav of January. tfTB.
IRVING CYPEN
ol CTPEN NEVINS
Attornei for Estate ,.f Nathan
Ham Dareky. deceased
888 Arthur Qodfrey Road
Mi inn Beach. Florida 33140
1/3-10
.1 nance UMOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SIPER ACTOMOT1VE at 8701 N.W.
7th Ave.. Miami. Fla. S31J7 intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
AIDA M. HERNANDEZ
-.1 M- 1 '8-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMt LAW
NOTKi: is HEREBY CHVEN that
the undersigneil. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
EL CRISTO SCPER MARKET at 82OT
s u 4'"ith street. Miami Intends to
register s Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
JOSE LORENZO
II 80-87 1 3-lf
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GTVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nam< f
A I Aid UN SPECIALTY ADVERTIS-
ING al 1401 s W 1st Street. Suite
! i Miami. Fla, 83183 lnt< nd to i
i.i said ns mi wltl 11 i Mark of the
Cln un Court of Dai ..... FI
JOSE M PRENDES
JOSE I I VZAOA
I I. R. > 'I.1VA
12 :'7 1 1-10-17
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. 74-35850
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
IN RE: THE MARRIAi.E OF
ANDRE i 1 BIS ALEXANDER.
Husband. Petitioner
and
BADTE MAE McNEALY
ALEXANDER
\\ it.-. Respondent
TO; SADIE MAE McNEALY
ALEXANDER
YOr ARE HEREHY NOTIFIED
that an Action for Dissolution Of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you arc reoulred to serve a oonv of
vour written defenses ;f any. to it on
DANIEL RETTER attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose addr.-ss i~ loos Con-
gress Building. Ill NE Second Ave-
nue. Miami. Florida .1.1132. and file
the original with the clerk >f the
above stvled court on or I.-fore Jan-
uarj Jt. if?'.: otherwise a default will
I.....nt.r.d against vou for tlie relief
demanded in the complaint or peti-
tion
This notice shall be published rnce
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Mianv Florida on this
12th dav of I>ec. 1s74
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By WILLIE BRADSHAW JR.
As Denutv Clerk
Circuit Curt Seal!
DANIEL RETTER ESQUIRE
1005 Congress Ituilding
Miami. Florida 331*8
Attorney for Petitioner
18a-J7 1/3-Tp
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. T4.35799
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE THE MARRLACE OF
RONALD DAVIS. HTSRAND.
and
SHERRY DAVIS WIFE.
TO: RONALD DAVIS
:.14-S Third Street
Ravelins
Wyoming 82301
YOr ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve x copy of
your written defenses. If any. to it
on Martin Starr, attorney tor Petl.
tioner. whose address Is 42l> IJncols
Road. Miami Beach. Florida 3313*. and
file the original with the clerk or the
above styled court on or before Jan-
uary .-. IS"'.; otherwise a default Will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or tictl-
tion.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
WITNESS my hand and tie seal of
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
said court at Miami. Florida on this
18th dai d Deoember. 1974
RICH M'.l i P BRINKER
As I lei -. Circuit '"ourt
] >ad< Coui tv r ta
B' I. SNEEDEN
a- Deputj Cleric
fCli u C> mi -
> I IT
420 l.in. oln Road
B. l 11
ney for Petitioner
l. -.: t ri-io
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1.TH JUUICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO 74-35518
AMENCED NOTICE OF SUIT
IN RE The Mai
Mi .1 ID A LAM MALIK.
Husband,
NORM.* Ri 'DRIGfEZ
LIMA MALIK
Wife
TO: NORM v R< iDRK L'EZ
I IMA MAI.IK
RESIDENCE I'NKNOWN
v. i ire HEREBY i tlfled that a
Petl ti<
has i..... VOU and \ U
are required to serve a oops oi ^ ur
answer ir pleading to said pet n
on liu-i.aii.l- attorney: Joseph .1 fler-
i:-,i 1050 Boring Garden R
Miami, Florida 83136: and flit tl -
original answer or pleading In the
of the <"erk ol the Circuit
Courl op or before tbe 24th dav of
Januars 1978. If you fail to d .
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded in
said petition
Dated iin- 1Mb day of Dei ember.
U'Tt.
RICHARD P BRINKER
i le: k of Circuit i' UI I
By; C P Ci >PELAND
Denutv Clerk
12 20-87 1 3-10
JR.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVIS'ON
CASE NO. 74-35465
NOTICE OF SUIT
"N RE: Tie Mai i lag< I
HELEN DYKES.
Petitioner,
and '
RAYMOND CRAin dykes. JR..
Respondent,
To: RAYMOND CRAKJ DYKEI
Km TE I L* >.\ :
MEN] 'ES 'I 'MM I'NITY
GLENVIL1 1". GE> tP.OIA
YOC ARE HEREHY notified that a
Petition for Dissolution of Merriase
has been filed again-: yoej and mu
are reoulred to serve a aopy of your
answer or pleading to said pel
on wife's attorney. Joseph J Oer-
sten. Esq., l":.'1 Soring Qarden Road.
Miami. Florida 3:: 1 ::": and file the
original answer or pluading In th^
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 24th dav Of
January 1975. If vou fall to d
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded :n
said petition
Dated this 18th dav Of December.
1*74
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk or Circuit Court
By; C P eoPELAND
Deputy Clerk
:: 30-87 1'3-19
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
CNO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-36803
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
i IS AR TORRES.
Petitioner.
and
OJ ADYS TORRES.
denl
To: CI.ADYS TORRES
(Residence Cnknown*
Y<'l' Mil-: HEREBY NOTIFIED
that ..' action for Dissolution ol Mar-
riagM has been filed against you and
you are ri nul i i r* a copy of
youi written defenses, if any, to it on
STONE S08TCHIN A KOBE, PA..
ttoriie\ for Petitioner, whose address
I N U Uth AventK Miami FL
28, and file the original with the
clerk of the above Styled court on or
before Jan it. 1978: otherwise a de-
fault will he entered aga net vou for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition
This notice shall be published once
each week for four .-.. utlve weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORID1AN
WITNESS my hard and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
Steal dav of Dec l'iTt
RICHARD P, DRINKER.
As Clerk. i"ir.-uit Court
Dade Countv Florida
By B J. FOY
As Denutv Clerk
fCireuit Court Sea!.
ANTONIO J PINEIRO, JR.. ESQ.
Attorney for Petitioner
13/27 1 3-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
CASE NO. 74-34431 (
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
DORIS MACDONA1 D.
An 1'nremarried Widow.
Plaintiff. '
JAMES LEWIS MATNOR.
and MAY.NOR. bis '..
If married, whose first or given tame
is unknown, if alive, and i' dead,
against the heirs, unknown d.\ .
legaiees. grantees personal renresen-
. mams, of such i ami d
defendant, and also anyone claiming
by, through and under tbe named de-
nt, or otherwise under or against
them, and an) other person unkn< wn
to the plaintiff, or having or claim-
ing t.. have inn right title, or Inter-
est in and to lli. land, through, by
or under said d<
Defi
NOTICE OF SUIT TO QLIET TITLE
IN THE NAME IF THE
state iF FLORIDA:
. Defendants:
.1 \mi:s LEWIS m lYNOR:
and MAYNOR, his wife.
if married, Whose first or s;\
i- unknown, if alive, and if d.
- the lien s unkiiiH n m -.
BCS, .-: a lite, -. p.as. i| ..I l -: I -
tativ.s. ,.r claimants, of such named
defendant, and also anyone claiming
by, through and under the named de-
fendant, or otherwise under or agaii -t
., ai i otii.r person unknown
to the plaintiff or having or claiming
to have anv right, title. ,,r InteretTt
in and .. the land, through, by or un-
der said defendant, or agalnat them:
And to:
All other parties or Bat ng or
cut mlng any right title or Interest in
and to t'e following-described prop*
erty. situated In Dao* County. Flor-
ida
l-nt 80, In Hlock of WIND-
WARD ESTATES SECTION
T\\ i' according to the Plat there-
of, aa recorded In Plat p..,,k 68
at Page 88, ot the Publli Records
..f lei. County, Florida, also
known as 1A30 n w. 192 Terrace,
Miami, Florida
You and seen of vou. are notified
that a Suit to Quiet Title to the above
described properly has been I I
against you and vou are required to
serve a copy your Answer to the
complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney.
JOSEPH C LAVSSEL '" N W 7th
Avenue. Miami. Florida 88150, and file
the original in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before
January 24. 1978; otherwise the alle-
gations of the I'omplaint will be
taken as Confess. !
This Notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In the Jewish Eloridian
Dated tins 18th day of December.
V.'TI
RICHARD P DRINKER
i lark, circuit Court
Dade County Florida (
By: C. P copei.aND
Deputv Clerk
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rridqy. January
The Finest Quality Foods are at Food Fair
REASONABLE PRICES & BIG VARIETY WILL EASE YOUR BUDGET*
SAVE 3 WAYS!...BONUS SPECIALS!...HONEST VALUES!...PLUS MERCHANTS GREEN S KMPS

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STEAK
U.S. CMOttl WISTIIN MM CHOCK y S CHOKE WESTERN BEEF CHUCK i
Under Blade Pot Roast M29 Shoulder Steak Boneless I
$149
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Shoulder Pot Roast Bnfc. $1m Under Blade Steak Bnls.
. -q US CHOKE WESTERN BEEF CHUCK SI 39
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK UNDER BLADE
$1
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29
POT ROAST BNLS
U.S. CHOICE WISTIRN U.S. CHOICE WESTERN BEEF LOIN
Beef for Stews **tn Sirloin Steaks I9
U S CHOKE WESTERN U S CHOICE WESTERN BEEF LOIN C4 7Q
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U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF ROUND
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FRYER PARTS
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WHOU IfCS LB
FLA OR SHIPPED GRADE A FRESM ,CED
FRYRR QTRS.
59c
LEG OR
BREASTS
FOOD
FAIR

SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE FtOM OATI OF PUBLICATION
THRU SUNDAY. JANUARY 12th
AT ALL FOOD FAII STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAII KOSHER MARKETS
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 20'bYiY
SUNSWEET
Prune Juice
69c
DELICIOUS ft
NUTRITIOUS
40-OZ.
BOTTLE
LIMIT 2 BUS. PLEASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
Cranapple Drink
WE REDEEM STAEtT SAVING VALUABLE
FEDERAL FOOO I MltCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
STAMPS J VOW* WITH EVERY PURCHASE
"^-^^^"^ FOR FINEST QUALITY GIFTS!
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
MAKE YOUR CHOICE FROM OUR LARGE VARIETY
AND BE ASSURED OF COMPLETE SATISFACTION
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ADDS FLAVOR TO YOUR MEAIS _
Yellow Onions U$M01 .. 3 .fc 45e
FOR BAKING OR FRENCH FRIES _
Idaho Potatoes...............5.1 79c
THIN SKIN JUICY FLORIDA
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CADDS ZEST TO YOUR SALADS ^
17 oz. Endive or Escarole................headZS
^AN THE FINEST EATING SLKED flfl
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Herring Fillets W 99c
99% FAT FREE 4B 8-OZ.
ALL FLAVORS MM CUPS
FLO-SUN (IN OUR DAIRY CASE
AVAILABLE ONLY AT STORES HAVING SERVICE COUNT*
ALL LUNCH MEATS t CHEESE SLICED TO ORDER
DELICIOUS LEAN
FRESH SEAFOOD DEPT.!
AVAILABLE ONLY AT STORES HAVING
SEAFOOD SERVICE COUNTERS
MACKEREL
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Yellowtail U.$1IS
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MADE WITH PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING
SALT FREE BREAD
53c
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WE RESERVE THE R'GHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. All ClERKAl
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'Chinese Fantasy' Is Dinner Theme
Yeshiva Day School will hold
its fifth annual Scholarship Din-
ner at the Forte Towers, 1000
West Ave., Miami Beach. Sunday,
Jan. 26, at 6:30 p.m.. it has been
announced. General theme of the
event is "A Chinese Fantasy."
Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Wuensch
are serving as chairmen of the
dinner committee, which includes
Mr. and Mag. Joseph Alexander,
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Schuraan,
Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Genefaftd
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Stein
The public is invited. Tickets
and information may be secured
by contacting the North Miami
Beach office of the school.
0RT Chapter Day In Israel
The Coral Gables Chapter of
Women's American ORT will
have "A Day In Israel" under the
sponsorship of Buy Israel, featur-
ing an exhibit of Israeli products.
Wednesday at 1 p.m. in the De-
Soto Room of the First Federal
Savings Bank Building, 2750
Coral Way. Yetta Rogers, Tillie
Fiertel and Ada Jacobson are
chairpersons for the day. Estelle
Berman is Chapter president.
Two Children's Shows At
Temple Judea This Month
Two children's shows"Pinoe-
chio" and "Rumpelstiltskin"
will tip presented this month by
the Children's Cultural Arta
Committee of Temple Judea Sis-
terhood
The Vagabcr "'-ri.inettes per-
formance of "PtooCyh. will be
given at the temple Sunday, .'an.
19. at 2 p.m. "Rumpelstiltskin,"
an Asolo State Theatre in the
Round production, will be pre-
sented at 2 and 4 p.m. Sunday,
Jan. 26. For information and
tickets, contact Greta Munach or
the temple office.
World Renowned Cantor Guest At Beth Torah
The world renowned Hazzan,
Moshe Ganchoff of New York,
will be the guest cantor at Beth
Torah services Saturday morn-
ing, chanting the entire service,
both Shaehrit and Musaf.
Sy Rosen, president of Beth
Torah. announces that the con-
gregation, its Rabbi. Dr. Max A.
Lipschife. and Hazzan Jacob Men-
delson are hosting the Cantor's
visit and extend a cordial invi-
tation to the community to at-
tend the services.
SCORE Sponsors Workshop
SCORE (Service Corps of Re-
tired Executives) will sponsor its
first business workshop of the
new year Tuesday in Room 208
of the Federal Office Building,
51 SW First Ave. The one-day
conference held each month with
the cooperation of the Small
Business Administration to as-
sist business men of this area
who find themselves in difficult
situations, begins at 8:30 a.m.,
and is open to the first 50 who
telephone their reservations, free
of charge.
You Are Cordially Invited
To Attend a
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of the Weekly Yiddish Program
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