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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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~ Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
jume 48 Number 47
Miami, Florida Friday, November 21, 1975
Three Sections
25c
assembly Opener
Attracts 3,000
Delegates Here
Five American Jewish communities will be presented
^h the 1975 William J. Shroder Awards, the highest serv-
honor bestowed by the Council of Jewish Federations
I Welfare Funds upon Jewish communal agencies at the
iquet highlighting its 44th General Assembly on Satur-
t evening at the Deauville Hotel in Miami Beach.
The communities to be hon-
KISSINGER DEDUCTION
9
DR. KISSINGER
keeps on shuttling
include Los Angeles in
large city category; Dallas,
among the intermediate
us; and Waterbury, Conn.,
|the small city group. A spe-
citation will be presented
[St. Louis to be shared by its
deration and Jewish Com-
Inity Centers Association;
an honorable mention will
to Flint. Mich.
|AN ESTIMATED 3,000 com-
inal leaders and Federation
cutives from the United
ttes and Canada are partici-
ting in the five-day General
iMiibly which opened on
ednesday, and will conclude
Sunday.
{Recognized as a central lo-
rn of the North American
irish community, the Assem-
's encompassing program of
Continued on Page 2-A
IN 'LARGE CITIES' CATEGORY
Miami Federation
Wins 9 Top Awards
The Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, with nine
awards including that for
the "Best Set of Year-Round
Materials," headed the list
of winners announced by
the Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds
at its 44th General Assem-
bly which opened here
Wednesday and will continue
through Sunday.
CHANGE IN U.S. POSITION ON P10
Angry Reaction Voiced
o State Dep't. Reversal
Rabin: Won't Accept Resolutions 6-A
Protests 7-A, 8-A, 9-A, 11-A; IB, 9-B
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) The cabinet's strong public
>test Sunday at the content and tenor of the "Saunders
piper" on the Palestinian issue -- testimony presented last
reek by State Department official Hal Saunders on U.S.
>licy on the Palestinians found firm support Monday in
peal press comment.
Several newspapers wrote indignant editorials taking
Washington to task for the apparent lurch towards the PLO
American policy thinking.
THERE WAS little credence given to Kissinger's claim
lat he had not seen the testimony in advance. Commenta-
>rs pointed out that Saunders is one of the Secretary s clos-
st aides.
The Premier announced at the Cabinet meeting Sunday
t Israel's "reservations" at the paper would be conveyed
i full" to Washington. The Cabinet communique said the
Continued on Page 15-A
The awards are among
those in eight categories of
public relations and activi-
ties divided among Large,
Intermediate and Small Com-
munities.
IN ALL, 33 Federations, Wel-
fare Funds and Community
Councils in the United States
and Canada are recipients of a
record-breaking 63 Public Rela-
tions Awards.
The announcement was made
here Thursday morning by Rob-
ert D. Eisenstein, of Nashville,
Tenn., who presided at the sec-
ond Plenary Session of the Gen-
eral Assembly whose five-day
agenda is devoted to an inten-
sive assessment of the critical
issues and priorities at home,
overseas and in Israel confront-
ing the American Jewish com-
munity.
OTHER AWARDS garnered
by the Greater Miami Jewish
Continued on Page 6-A
Anti Zionist
Draft Called
'Bloc Voting
No Punishment for 'Yeas' 12-A
Kaddish for UN 13-A
Most Positive Statement Yet 15-A
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) Secretary of State Henry
A. Kissinger said here that "the inappropriate resolution"
in the United Nations branding Zionism as a form of racism
"is an example of bloc voting and of one-way morality that
has weakened the public support in the United States for
the United Nations."
"We consider it an inappropriate resolution and we
are opposing it," Kissinger told a news conference in re-
sponse to a question. "It cannot help the attitude of the
public toward the United Nations."
THE SECRETARY pointed out
that President Ford, UN Am-
bassador Daniel Moynihan and
he himself have spoke out
against the resolution.
Regarding a report that Brit-
ain may seek to intercede be-
tween Syria and Israel on the
Golan Heights following Egypt-
ian President Anwar Sadat's
visit to London, Kissinger re-
marked that the U.S. will
"strongly support" the British
effort and that "the U.S. will
support any promising effort no
matter who conducts it."
However, he did not appear to
specifically affirm the report of
British intercession.
He expressed confidence that
"when Svria weighs the alter-
Continued on Page 2-A
Anti-Semitism May Seep
Into Top Gov't. Echelons
NEW YORK (JTA)
Kalman Sultanik, executive
vice president of the World
Confederation of United
Zionists and member of the
Jewish Agency Executive,
warned here that the virus
of anti-Semitism spawned
by the adoption of the UN
Third Committee equating
Zionism with racism would,
if unchecked, spread into
the portals of governments
of countries with Jewish
communities, creating the
likelihood of Jew-hatred per-
colating down to the mass-
es of the population.
He called for a forceful
reaction by the Zionist
movement "to reach out to
every conscientious Jew to
meet head-on the grave
Continued on Page 15-A
CONTEMPT CHARGE
Expect
Morton To
Beat Rap
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
Secretary of Commerce Rogers
Morton is unlikely to be formal-
ly held in contempt of Congress
for refusing to disclose informa-
tion to a House subcommittee
that he has received from Amer-
ican companies related to Arab
boycott. Morton has resigned
from his Cabinet post and will
leave office by the end of the
year.
It is believed, Capitol sources
told the Jewish Telegraphic
Auency. that House and com-
mittee actions remaining to
execute the legislative proce-
dures for the citation cannot be
completed within the six weeks
remaining before Morton's de-
parture.
MORTON was cited as being
in contempt on Nov. 11 by a 10-
5 vote of the House Subcom-
mittee on Oversight and Inves-
tigations headed by Kep. John
Moss P., Calif.).
The group has been trying
group
Continued on Page 13-A
o Foreign Aid to 'Yes9 Votes-Jackson
BOSTON(JTA)Sen. Hen-
, M. Jackson (D., Wash.) de-
clared here that he would vote
Igainst American aid to any
pountrv that endorsed the Arab-
nspired draft resolution equat-
ng Zionism with racism.
L Jackson said that when the
Ford Administration's foreign
kid proposals come before Con-
ess "We will remember those
untries" that voted for the
anti-Zionist draft in the Gen-
eral Assembly. One-half of those
countries that approved the
measure are recpients of Amer-
ican economic assistance, and
"I will not aid and abet their
racism" with U.S. aid. Jackson
said.
THE WASHINGTON legisla-
tor was one of a number of
political, civic and religious
leaders of all faiths who ad-
dressed a "Rally of Reaffirma-
tion" in support of Israel and in
opposition to the anti-Zionist
resolution which drew more
than 5,000 persons to Boston
Common.
The rallv was cosoonsored
by the New England Zionist
Federation, the American Zion-
ist Youth Foundation and the
Jewteh Comtmmitv Council of
"Metropolitan Boston.
It was chaired bv Bernard
Garber, Dresident of the New
England Zionist Federation, and
coordinated by Daniel Maria-
shin, the Federation's executive
director.
Gov. Michael Dukakis, of Mas-
sachusetts, declared at the rally
that the anti-Zionist draft "is a
reflection of a world turned up-
side down." He warned that "if
Continued on Page 7-A
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Page 2-A
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Assembly Opener Attracts 3,000
Continued from Page 1-A
forums, pier.aries and more
than 100 workshops are be
devoted to an intensive a>s.---
mcnt of the critical social m .-.-
fare needs facing 1.5. azi >. .-
r.jJian Jcv. a:
e -.'.i; and in I?
Bureau cf Jewish EJu-
jr.. a c : :" of
Federation-Council
of Grei

an- iMtmsive
. -
Kissinger Says
Anti-Zionist Draft
Was 'Bloc Voting9
Continued frm Page 1-A
natives." it will decide to re-
new the presence of the United
Nations fore* on the Golan
Heiehts.
KISSINGER said failure to re-
new it would result in escala-
tion of tensions" and "not serve
any nuroose." The mandate for
the UN presence expires at the
end of this month.
Kissinger noted that the U.S.
Ambassador to Syria, Richard
Murohv. is in Washington and
will return to Damascus with
the U.S. considerations on the
mandate's renewal.
An inter-aeencv sttHv Kis-
singer said, on the establisHm-tit
of the U.S. civilian technical
grouD in Sinai between Esvnt-
ian and Israeli lines has been
completed, and he expects tHe
President will make his d~-i-
sion about the organization "in
a week or so."
The group will be in olacfa
the Secretarv added, when the
Israelis withdraw from that sec-
tor of Sinai Feb. 22.
ASKED IF the U.S. expects
"a simnle stateirt*nt"' fir "
PLO about recognising Israel for
the U.S. tJ alt^r its position
toward that ors^ni7ati'Hi. Kis-
singer replied. "I don't know
what more we can sav until th-*
PLO declares its intention and
the manner in which they accept
Israel as a fact."
Earlier in 'he news confer-
ence Kissinger reaffirmed the
U.S. eovernm*nts mibhc posi-
tion that "We cannot "iake a
decision on how to deal" with
the PLO until thev accept Is-1
and UN Resolutions 242 and *^3.
In this connaction. Kissins^r
noted that "we aeree with the
proposition" that a Middle East
settlement "must include Pales-
tinians and a solution of the
Palestinian problem."
QUESTIONED about reports
of a VS. sudpIv of arm* to
Egypt. Kissinger reiterated that
the miner was discussed in a
general way with Sadat iurinz
b^ '->sit h^ but no soecific
agreements were reached.
When they are. he said. "We
will make a decision." He point-
ed out that "Congress will have
a veto" over it -pd that tV
public is being told "exactly
what i mHfm r*|>"
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Israel-Bound Ships Being Blacklisted
JERUSALEM^-(#TA>
Israeli circles said here that
the Arab League's an-
louncement that it was
blacklisting ships that ear-
ned Israeli cargoes through
the Suez Canal was an at-
twiip*'tonicgaie ft vital pmv
vision of the Israeli-Egyp-
tian interim accord and that
if complied with by Egypt
would constitute a clear
breach of the interim agree-
ment.
The announcement,1 made
in Damascus by Mohammed
Mahjour, commissioner of
the Arab League's Boycott
Office, called on all mem-
ber nations to refuse vessels
carrying Israeli cargoes an-
chorage at their ports and
to deny them the necessary
services.
DR. MEIR Rosenne, legal ad-
visor to the Foreign Ministry,
told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency thy this referred to
such services as pilotage and
in some cases fueling without
which transit of he canal is not
possible^
He said that if Egypt were to,
deny these services to any ships I
it would be comparable to grant-
ing the aircraft of another na-
tion landing rights and denying
them use of Egyptian airspace.
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Agurfath Israel Eyes Rise in Anti-Semithm
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
jjta) "The growing anti-
jt w ish sentlrrierif' expressed
^r the United Nations is not
Cnly a self-vilification of the
ations that condemn Israel,
' |s also an awesome mes-
Unce to the Jewish people to
It'evelop their consciousness
Iwithin a Torah framework,"'
[chief Rabbi Chaim Kreis-
I worth, of Antwerp, Belgium,
I told 3,000 delegates at the
[keynote session of Agudath
Israel's three-day 53rd na-
tional convention here.
Rabbi Kreisworth was joined
by two other Jewish rabbinic
leaders from abroad, as well as
j by the foremost leaders of
I American Orthodox Jewry, in
I calling on Jews to "simDlv look
10 the values enshrined in the
: Jewish past for indicators as
to how to react to these crisis-
j laden days for the Jewish peo-
I rle."
RABBI KREISWORTH, Chief
Rabbi Pinches HirschonmB. of
Montreal. Canada, and Rabbi
Shmuel A. Levin, deaiy of the
Rabbinical Seminary in Buenos'
Aires, Argentina, shared a uni-
versal theme in analyzing the
--owing isolation of the Jewish
peoDle.
The international Orthodox
leaders called on the Israeli
political leadership to "recog-
nize their responsibility to lead
their people in strengthening
their faith in the euardian of
Israel, rather than reiving sole-
ly on their own mijrht."
A similar theme was sounded
by Rabbi Yehuda Meir Abramo-
witz. a member of the Israeli
Knesset and Deputy Mayor of
Tel Aviv, who outlined the "en-
ormous progress" realized by
Orthodox Jews in Israel in so- |
cial sen-ices, education, and
political action these oast five
vears.
"WHILE WE are deeplv com-
mitted to the political and mili-
tary security of Israel, we must ;
recognize that our legitimate
right to our homeland is based
on the Torah. and our national
security can onlv be enhanced
by strengthening our bond with
warned
Torah idealism."
Rabbi Abramowitz w
that without a deeper commit-
ment to Torah. manv member*
of the vounger generation will
emigrate from Israel out of des-
pair and search for Rreener
pastures.
Rabbi Moshe Feinstein. oi
New York Citv. who heads the
Moetzet Gedolei Hatorah (Coun-
cil of Torah Sages) of Agudath
' f
lsreH of, America and chairs its
presidium.' called on American
Jews "not only to resoect Hala-
cha. but to live Halacha."
RABBI MORRIS Sherer. ex-
executive president of Agudath
Israel of America, who was re-
elected, expounded on the cen-
tral theme of the convention.
"A Vibrant Torah Jewry faces
new challenges." bv nresentinq
illustrations of proiects under
the auspices of Orthodox Jews
"that have given thousands of
Jews a new lease on life."
Rabbi Sherer criticized non-
Orthodox Jewish agencies for
"operating social services which
are very cosmetically Jewish,
and whose programs are not im-
bued with authentic Jewish
value*."
At the same time, the Ortho-
dox Jewish leader pledged to
expand Agudath Israel's social
service projects "with programs
of genuine Jewish thrust."



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"To attack Zionism is to besmirch one of the most
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SHE SAID Zionism, which is the "Jewish national
liberation movement," is "replete with only the most
positive ideas and ideals."
Mrs. Schenck called the UN draft resolution which
equates Zionism with racism "an act of blasphemy and
treachery.
She said the attack on Zionism, "which is also an
attack on Judaism, Jews and Israel," will result in
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UN as she said already has happened to UNESCO.
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national circles, we will be faced
-- this thing over and over
cpain."
ANOTHER speaker. Ren. Wil-
- m Cohen rR.. Me.), said. "This
kind of resolution is not con-
sistent with the Drincinles of the
l"N Charter. We were have to
seriously reevaluate our oarti-
ion in the UN."
Humberto Cardinal Medeiro?
of the Boston Archdiocese, is-
?ied a statement in connection
ith the rallv in which he de-
scribed the anti-Zionist draft as
"not a clear and precise expres-
sion of reality."
The Cardinal's message said:
"I am afraid that this resolu-
tion will be used for Dronagandi
which will confuse rather than
clarify the tangled knot of orob-
ems which marke the Middle
East."
CARDINAL Medeiros was re-
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Edward "Murray.
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Page 9-A
PAGE FROM ANNALS Of NAZISM
*raelis Embittered by UN Move
By DAVID LANDAU
And YITZHAK SHARC1L
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel reacted with bitter
resentment at the vote by the UN General Assembly. A
olicy paper issued by the Foreign Ministry has described
resolution, adopted by a 72-35 majority with 32 ab-
:itions, as "a page torn from the annals of Nazism."
But the Ministry declared, "Zionism will continue to
furvive and flourish long after the UN resolutions have
sunken into oblivion The real victim of these attacks
will be the UN itself whose moral authority has been de-
proved, whose words have ceased to matter and whose
decision* are irrelevant to the affairs of mankind."
UNITED STATES Ambassa-
dor Malcolm Toon said after the
\ote that the UN had adorned
resolutions "that all mankind
will regret" but affirmed that
these resolutions will have no
bearing on the futur* of Israel
f.nd no bearing on the relations
between Israel and the U.S."
which he described as "strone
gnd healthy across the board."
The American envoy was re-
ferring to the anti-Zionist draft
and to the two pro-PLO resolu-
tions adopted by the General
Assembly earlier.
He made his remarks in the
course of an address to the
opening session of the Histadrut
Solidarity Conference in Tel
Aviv, sponsored by the Histad-
rut Foundation in the U.S. and
attended by American trade
union delegates.
THE WORLD Zionist Organ-
Israel Leaves Oil
Fields Spick, Span
i/.ation Executive, meeting in
special session, adopted an
"emergency plan" for world-
wide Jewish counter-action.
Acting Chairman Leon Dulzin
s.iid the WZO would call on Jews
in countries which supported
the anti-Zionist resolution to
raise the issue strongly with
their respective governments no
matter how unpleasant that task
might be.
Dulzin Ndid that the action of
governments which voted to
equate Zionism with racism
clearly did not reflect the opin-
ion or will of the people of those
countries.
In a radio interview. World
Jewish Congress President Na-
hum Goldmann said the vote
was "one of the most immoral"
ever taken by the UN General
Assembly.
IT WAS an "absurd perver-
sion" of history and sought "to
deny the Jewish people their
right to statehood," Goldmann
said.
He called for a momentous
world Jewish reaction express-i
ing a renewed and all-embracing
Jewish identity with the State
of Israel.
The WJC, he said, would do
all it could to raise such a re-
action of "total identity" by-
world Jewry for Israel.
Report Saudis Lend
Syria U.S. Planes
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
RAS SUDAR. Sinai (JTA)
An Egyptian civilian adminis-
ation took over this town on
southwest Sinai coast some
48 hours after the last Israeli
rs withdrew in orderly
on ending nearly nin
- of Israeli control of this
of Sinai.
Sudar. which is surround-
ed by oil fields, was the first
area evacuated by Israel under
the terms of the second interim
f.ccord with* Egypt signed in
September.
THE ISRAELI flag was hauled
down from the town hall at pre-
cisely noon Fridav and replaced
by the United Nations' blue flag.
Contingents of the United Na-
tions Emergency Force (UNEF)
-nnded the town over to Egyp-
tian civilians. The first Egyptian
tanker, the Salam. was due here
tc load oil. and the Egyptian oil
.mister and other top officials
'-om Cairo were to make a
formal inspection of Ras Sudar
.ater this week.
Thev will find a freshly scrub-
re d. sparkling white town from
which all evidence of Israeli,
military occupation was care-
removed. Israeli soldiers
their final week at Ras
Sudar in a clean-up and repair
rcration that left Ras Sudar in
tter condition than it prob-
was at any time in the
THE ISRAELIS washed floors
alia and windows, swept the
ts. even white-washed the
mosque that hadn't been
d for years.
The Israelis even left behind
eir air conditioners, sure to
comfort to the 100 Eg-ptian
semen and oil technicians
oving in. More important, the
. pumping machinery, much
: it new. modern eauipment in-
slled by the Israelis, is in tip-
. condition and did not miss
a beat du'inc the change of
administration.
Israeli engineers instructed
blue overalled Italim techr;-
cians in the operation "f the
equipment an1 the Italians in
turn will tram th Egyptian
technicians who will be joined
bv a small number of American
oil personnel. The Italians ex-
pect to be home for Christmas.
THERE WAS no ceremnnv
when the Israelis pulled out Fri-
day, just an exchange of snl'i">
and handshakes with the UNEF
officers. The local UNEF com-
mander. Brig. Gen. Bengt Lil-
jesttrand. of Sweden, shook
hands with the chief Israeli liai-
son officer. Col. Shimon Levin-
sn. and expressed thanks for
the cooperation of the Israeli
g-nment and military in the
chanye-over.
"I hope our activities here
will contribute toward peace. I
want to th3nk th Israeli soldiers
stationed here for keenine the
place in perfect condition." the
Swedish general said.
The Israeli nag was lowered
bv a bearded Jewish soldier,
identified only as "Benny."
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Reports that Saudi Arabia
has "loaned" Syria some of
the combat planes sold to it
by the United States have
been raised by Israel with
the U.S. "through diplomatic
channels." officials here dis-
closed.
Although no formal com-
plaint has been submitted,
the Israeli Embassy in
Washington expressed the
government's concern over
the matter, the officials said.
There is concern here as
well that Saudian military
aircraft and their pilots have
been stationed in Jordan.
They were shown on Jor-
danian television when King
Hussein visited the airfield
where they are stationed,
inspected the planes and
chatted with their pilots.
ISRAEL HAS consistently
contended that the sale of war-
planes and other weapons bj
the U.S. and other Western pow-
ers to Arab states such as Saudi
Arabia, that were not direct
participants in the Middle Ea.-t
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planes have gone to Syria were
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that the reports are correct.
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that the presence of Saudian
war planes in Jordan would als
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JERZT KOSINSK3 Cockpit. Boston Houston
Ha W73 ; 99
"Coc-rprt" brings m W the cuter reaches of
liu".iau e^erier*-? KMfatfki author of "The
Painted Bird" and "Step? 1*69 Nation*: Book
Award winner*, preser.-- a f-.gv:ening-
K intimate view of a depersonalized individual.
Tarden. who feels no remorse at imposing
brutal life srtuations upon unwary prey.
In ar. imaginative and daring scheme, he
escapes from his birthplace, a totalitarian East-
ern European nation. He flees to the West, and
becomes en intelligence agent
TARDEN SOON tires of this vocation. Hi*
remedy is shrewdly to erase has presence from
government files. Throughout the rest of the
novel be mores about sans his real identity.
Tarden cannot survive with one identity as
*> the rest of us. The control over others that
be thrives on necessitates changing his modus
operacdi according to the type of person be
wishes to control.
HE DOES so with ease Nothing is predict-
able He perpetrates collapse under his unex-
pected demands of perverse and indulgent
loyalty.
Tarden s obsession with control locks hnr
a world of his own making He constantly
fine runes Mi faculties from fla
graphic memory tc dnbeBgvaMc physical con-
tortions.
He maintains several apartments each fitted
-erous locks and expensive surveillance
equipment. He becomes a victim of h:s own
barbaritv. A human being so completely out
of touch with normal human emotion that he
survives only from one atrocity to the next.
THE MOST shocking aspect of the book
is that we are one with Tarden. the narrator.
Kosinski glues us to his side, brings us msxk
his mind and asks us to react as he does
Lacking Tarden s detachment, we emote at what
be cannot.
"Cockpit' may be Kosinskis overreaction *o
those controls exerted upon hira throughout
his own hfe with its anguished Jewish be-
ginnings. Like the child in The Painted Bird"
and the young man in *^>teps," he suffered
enough physical tortures, political pressures
and military strictures to destroy most men.
Brutality, sex and violence have become
Kosinski s trademarks. He leaves us breathless
and speechless as he races from climax tc
climax assaulting, raping, and killing.
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White Collar (rime Increase
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IN THE past few months. President Ford has
taken two hard swings at America's hor-
rendous crime problem. In April speekics at
Yale, he came down heavy for mandatory pris-
on sentences for those guihy of various violent
crimes and took a strong stand against pi "a
onrgaining. In June, he urged Congress to act
affirmatively on his docket of proposed court
reforms with special stress on the need to com-
pensate victims.
Occupying that powerful pulpit in the White
House. Mr. Ford is quite right to pound it a;
an expression of his own and his countrymen'1
anguish over the perennial crime wave that
won't go away. He is not the first modeir
President to take aim at Ikfa rr.onster and likely
not the last.
BACK M 196". President Johnson warned
that crime had grown :nto a public malady
when he called on Cong.-ess to pass his "Safe
Streets" bill. The nation at that time was hav-
ing a sad harvest, reaping the growth sown b>
astified demands for human equality and by
the civil ferment proliferating from despair
over Vietnam.
When President Nixon moved ahead towards
the Presidency, he boosted to top priority his
pledge to wipe out crime in the streets Attor-
ney Generai John Mitchell teamed up with
him. vowing to carry out Hut promise. Let us
draw the curtain of charitv over that now.
NOW PRESIDENT Ford, free of domestic
disaffection over Vietnam and not held respon-
sible for cranes committed in the name of
V. atergate. ;s trying vigorously to advance his
proposals fo" stern measures. But his projected
remedies are not wel received by many whe
have wrestled for years with the legislative
mdieial. and social aspects of the disease.
Mr Ford's critics maintain that mandatory
sentences Wock correction programming with-
out accomparrrir* gafns for a society in need
of protection Moreover, the President was fak-
ir, c aim at federal crimes whereas intrastate
criminality appears to be the heart of the
problem.
One wonders, also, whether recent Presi-
dents erasp the magnitude and seriousness of
outrages branded as "white-collar crime" by
Ralph Nader.
IN A STUDY of eases involving some 150
corporations. 160 corporate executives. 40
stockbrokers. 16* government employes, and
a host of political figures and lawyers. Nader
has rcld the Senate Sobcommiftee on Criminal
Laws ?nd Procedares that the media "high-
light bank robberies as major events, yet the
white-coilar criminal inside the bank, through
fraud and embezzlement, took six times more
money :n fiscal 19"*3 than did the holdup men."
fits run over 55C billion a vear.
Orthodox Eye
Mmsion '
Coverage
yWO NEW YORK Orthodox Jews, agreeing that Orthodox 3t*
n a< a community. is generally ignored by radio and tt*.
vision have expressed totallv opposing views about the prop*
ncn that steps should be taken to correct the IJHimmb.
TV debaters were Dr Bernard Fryshman chair-art r1 rjg
comm-ssion on legislation and chic action of Agudth Ij^i
and Martin Waxman. a graduate of Mesifta Torah Vodaath. id*
rified as a f-eelance journalist and advertising OtvVaiilu. TVn
rresenfd their views in The Jewish Observer." fee puMfc,
rior. of Agudath Israel.
DR FRYSHMAN cited the results of a surwv of Jm^
interest rrogramming on radio and TV stations in th? New York
Metropolitan area made by the cornmissioo. He reported that
in a week of more than 125 hours of broadcasts and tektafli.
"programs of interest to the Jewish community tyricaDy tm>
age no more than 15 minates a week per station with a fa
significant exceptions)."
He concluded that "to manv radio and television stat*
in the area, the Orthodox Jewish community is virtually o>
known."
ONE RESULT, he asserted has been that "self-appcimej
spokesmen, without any constituency or following, have oftea
been able to totally misrepresent the attitudes of the Orthwta
Jewish communiy on issues of compelling public interest"
In an apparent reference to Orthodox Jews accused of abuse
of patients and theft of public funds in nursing how" operttonj.
Dr Fryshman declared that "stories regarding malefactors who
happen to be Orthodox have given the communitv an extremth;
bad image as a result of the absence of any positive exposure"
cf the Orthodox community.
HE ALSO contended that tvh*s and modes of behave: of
ycung people, as pctrayed 00 television, "never mirror the
sedate behavior of Orthodox Jewish young" and that there wts
"ample evidence that this has a negative impact or. ^crr.e of
our young people ''
He said that radio and TV off>'m'a!s. in r"srorre to question!
on the problem, have said there tres no im?'-' "weseiitatr*ea1
the Orthodox Jewish community arid that "splinter groups"
Orthodox Jews would demand "eoual time" fo- their viewpoints
ar.d 'hat. to the deeree that the Orthodox Jewish approach w
religious, as well as cultural, other religious group> aiso would
demand equal time.
DR. FRYSHMAN contended that grouns such
Israel could use their "good offices to establish 3
group that would ensure that the ricture of the f
ish community" for media projection "is both realist
versally acceptable "
Commentinp. -hat the homosexual has b*w ice -"'He
as a subject of television programs." he a'-^ "i* '- Hae
that the religious also becomes acceptable" "- ---- -:e?
that could be taken would be under the Pert**-' r%nr"
on public service rule for icii'bal "f ,:- ofraflo
and TV stations, adding that virtuallv ?**- "r,,~
- has not asserted its rights under tftH r : :"e
OrthodOB Jewish community.
Dr. Fryshman stressed that he did not mean to encooiBjl
the viewing of TV among Orthodox Jews, declaring he m
"well aware" of the dangers.
HE SAID the purpose of his statement WM I '"n
r. and action" to induce the media to take "cc:
Of the strength, number' and vitalitv of the Tors'"
;n the beiief that the wiid. animal-Kke behaxior" projected o!
the radio and T\- me'ia should be "moderated by c-firing in-
fluences in general "
Friday, November 21, 19*5 *J^..f fhrkfiar :e "^
Walter Matthau: Humble Beginnings, to Heart Attack, to Stardom
Hollywood
WT"ALTER MATTHAU portrays the tragicomic role
of Morris B.rt r-ttker. former league-pitcher
whom booze has pushed down to such menial chores
as pool maintenance in the motion picture "The Bad
News Bears." new completed at Paramount Studios.
Written by 26-vear-old Bill Lancaster, son of the
star, the yarn concerns a group of bumbling misfit
kids who are molded by their drunken "coach" Mor-
ris into a winning baseball team, a team headed by
such unlikely hotshot players as pint-sized Tatum
O'Neal.
PRODUCER STANLEY R. Jaffe. who in 196S
teamed with Larry Peerce to make the conrioveiaial
picture. "Goodbye. Columbus." at the age of 30. for
a short while was president of Paramount now again
going independent, selected the script by Lancaster,
because the theme about winning or losing intrigued
him in one way or another.
Director Michael Ritchie comments. "Yon don't have
to be a baseball fan to respond to The Bad News
*^J~icrecrt
Xuft
Bears.' In fact you don't have to know anything
about the game. It is the story about losers over-
coming their handicaps."
MATTHAU, in spite of his athletic bearing suf-
fering a severe coronary a few years ago all his itfe
had to overcome being a loser. Born in New York
some 52 years ago. the son of poor Jewish immi-
grants he grew up under dire circumstances, with
his mother the sole supporter of the family after the
father had deserted them.
Unable to pay the rent mother Rose moved with
her din from tenement to tenement to keep tM
:er day.
Walter started to earn a living when he **
nine, selling soft drinks during intermission at an
East Side Yiddish theater at the age of 11 bream-
ing of becoming a writer cr even actor, he was given
a small part in a farce entitled. "The Dish-
washer." netting him 50 cents a performance
AT SEWARD Park High School, he performed in
plays and simultaneously scored in basketball, soc-
cer, track and swimming After graduating, he strug-
gled to make a meager living until Uncle Sam hired
him as an army air force man in World War II.
Serving as radio-gunner in bombers over Europe
netted him six battle stars and the rank of staff
sergeant. Discharged from the service tate in l9^-
Matthau enrolled at Erwin Piscator New School U
New York, with Rod Steiger. Tony Curtis. Harry
Guardino and Gene Sacks among his fellow student!
in the dramatic workshop.


today, November 21, 197S
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]V Resolutions Assault Israel's Existence
JERUSALEM (JTA) A
mobile police station was set uo
in Zion Square this week to
maintain strict control over traf-
fic in the aftermath of last
Thursday's bomb explosion in
downtown Jerusalem that took
six lives,
ft was the third terrorist per-
petrated blast in the Zion Square
area since last July and the sec-
ond to Cause fatalities. As a
result, maximum precautionary
measures have been instituted
and Police Minister Shlomo
Hillel asked the Cabinet to ap-
prove additional security mea-
sures.
MANY OF the 60 Arabs ar-
rested for questioning directly
after the blast remained in de-
tention. Police conducted spot
checks and searches of all Arabs
passing between East and West
Jerusalem.
The mobile police station will
remain in Zion Square "until
W. Europe Sizzles UN Resolution
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) West-
ern Europe is practically
unanimous in branding the
United Nations vote equat-
ing Zionism with racism as
"unfortunate," "ill advised"
and "encouraging extremist
elements."
Holland has already an-
nounced that it will no long-
er cooperate with the Unit-
ed Nations anti-racist pro-
gram, and Luxembourg is
considering similar steps.
DUTCH FOREIGN Minister
Max Van Der Stoel, who an-
nounced his government's deci-
sion, said the resolution "is a
danger for the United Nations
itself." He said under "these
circumstances, the Dutch gov-
ernment will no longer be able
to cooperate with the anti-
raciim program."
In Luxembourg, government
circles said the government will
consider "concrete steps" as a
result of the resolution vote. The
sources said a final decision will
be taken only after the return
home of Prime Minister Gaston
Thorn who is also President of
the General Assembly.
In West Germany, where Is-
rael's Foreign Minister Yigal
Allon was visiting, the Associa-
tion of Roman Catholics de-
scribed the resolution as "ill
advised" and encouraging "to
extremist elements."
THE ASSOCIATION'S Dresi-
dent, Bernhard Vogel, said "It
will help those forces which
aim at Israel's destruction.''
Holland, Luxembourg. West
Germany and France were
among those nations opposed to
the resolution.
In Paris, the influential eve-
ning paper, 'Le M'/.de,' in a
front page editorial described
the resolution as "regrettable
for both moral and political rea-
sons." The paper added "moral-
ly, it is shocking that the people
who has suffered most as a con-
sequence of racism should be
charged with this offense."
The paper stressed that the
vote was reached "by a coalition
which includes Saudi Arabia,
which disseminates anti-Semitic
forgeries, and Uganda, whose
President praised Hitler."
IN PARIS, local Jewish organ-
izations have called for a pro-
test meeting. Jewish organiza-
tions have issued communiques!
brandihg the vote criminal and
disastrous for the United Na-|
tions itself.
In Eastern Europe, official
press agencies praised the reso-
lution. The Soviet news agency,
"Tass," in a two-paragraph dis-
patch from New York, said it
was "a major decision taken by
the international community in
spite of inadmissible pressures
to which it has been submitted
by Zionist and international im-
perialist elements."
It said "the resolution de-
nounced Zionism as the ideology
of imperialism."
IN EAST Germany, the ADN
news agency hailed "a grat
success for the just cause of the
Palestinian people of Palestine"
and "an encouragement."
Israeli Foreign Minister Yigal
Allon said at the conclusion of a
five-day visit to Holland, "The
resolution marks the bankruptcy
of the United Nations."
He stressed that "the nations
supporting the resolution havekj
jeopardized the chances
peace in the Middle East" and
"encouraged extremist and un-
democratic elements."
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further notice," police sources
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Police had the additional task
of preventing hot-headed Jew-
ish youths from invading Arab
quarters for reprisals. Two ex-
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towns of Ramallah and El Bir-
rah, injuring two persons and
causing damage, but it was not
clear whether they were caused
by revenge-seeking Jews or PLO
terrorists opposed t o Israeli
plans to extend administrative
autonomy to West Bank Arabs.
MEANWHILE, 21 of the per-
sons injured in last Thursday's
explosion remained hospitalized,
four of them reported to be in
poor condition. The death toll,
originally given as seven, was
rcised tc six after the deai
were idei.tified. All were teen-
agers.
The explosions on the West
Bank were caused by bombs
planted under automobiles with
Israeli license plates.
They occurred after a week
of sometimes violent demon-
strations by students in both
towns in favor of the PLO and
against Israel autonomy plans
which are regarded as an at-
tempt to weaken PLO influence
in the administered territories.
DEFENSE Minister Shimon
Peres, who publicly proposed
administrative autonomy several
weeks ago, warned on a radio
interview that demonstrations
and violence would solve no-
thing.
"Some Arabs are trying to
rtVe it appear they will be do-
inc us a favor by managing
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21.
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We're Afraid oi'OmNvn Political Being
Continued from Page 4-A
they sought vigorously to iden-
Lfy with the nation to as-
ume its language, characteris-
tics and to participate in the
hourgeois drive toward the
American dream.
IN THAT period, all of us
cried to forget the terrors of
our ghetto parents. We main-
ained an uneasy truce with
he need to keep the Jewish
-ulrural and religious experi-
ence alive, and mainly saw our-
selves H Jews to the extent
hat we were not permitted to
forget it by a nascent social
ind economic anti Setuilisui
.hat kept us on our traditional
:oes.
The cmerger.ee of Israel in
he wake of the Hitlerian Ar-
mageddon brought us out of
ne era of our anonymity into
he age of positive Jewish iden-
tification.
Israel gave us spine. The
ludaism we privately profess-
id before, we now openly re-
elled in. We finally bested the
Gentile on his own terms. We
demonstrated that we could
tight, too. We hurled back into
his teeth the anti-Semitic can-
ards about Jewish "cowardice."
Jewish intellectual pacifism"
brought on by a singular defect
in the Jewish gene (a primary
Hitlerian "sociological" princi-
ple).
THE 1X7 war strengthened
our sense of exposed Judaism
even more. The Israeli achieve-
ment spawned a generation of
young Americans proudly wear-
ing mezuzahs and Stars of Da-
vid around their necks in the
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same way that Christians wear
crosses.
My generation would never
have dreamed of this. My gen-
eration, in its era of anonymity,
knew not the pride of being
Jewish but the agony of being
Jewish when it was torn from
its anonymity on the way home
from school called "Christ -
killer" or "dirty Jew"" and beat-
en bloody.
It was not what our ghetto
fathers had suffered, but it was
certainly strong enough medi-
cine to make us all the more
determined to become doctors.
lawyers, accountants, success-
ful businessmen to prove our
aristocracy despite the aliena-
tion imposed on us.
THE MEZUZAHS and the
Stars of David became the open
challenge to the pogrom Amer-
ican-style. They served as a
warning that Jews had come
of age on Gentile terms: Don't
tread on me, or you'll get it
like the Arabs got it
But the Arabs aren't setting
it anymore. The 1973 War put
a new light on the new expos-
ed Jew. The psychological-emo-
tional impact of that war on us
has yet to be documented
Still, there is one thing we
already recognize as a legacy
from it. Suddenly, the exposed
Jew is no longer so much proud
as he is pained. Israel's emer-
gence in 1948 brought us all in-
to the political consciousness
of the American mainstream
for the first time. It was a
heady experience to which
mar.v non-Jews responded with
us with sympathy if not open
enthusiasm.
BUT TODAY, we are begin-
ning to see our status as polit-
ical beings as dangerous. It is
di'.iding the mainstream of feel-
ing over the Jew a> a political
U.S. Won't Punish Nations That
Voted for Zionist Resolution
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON fJTA)
Secretary of State Henry
A. Kissinger has indicated
that the U.S. has no inten-
tion of taking economic re-
prisals against the countries
that voted in favor of the
anti-Zionist resolution in the
General Assembly, despite
statements by himself and
President Ford deploring
that resolution.
"We have made no final
decision. We must keep the
American reaction in some
balance," Kissinger said at
a press conference in Pitts-
burgh where he had ad-
dressed the Foreign Affairs
Council. He termed the anti-
Zionist resolution an "emo-
tion of the day."
KISSINGER told the press
conference. "I believe it is im-
portant in the present world
situation to keep an eye on fun-
damental issues that must be
solved and those issues will not
go away One of those issues is
the relationship between the de-
veloped and developing coun-
tries. We cannot have the world
divided between those who have
advanced industrial know-how
and those living on the edg of
poverty."
The Secretary warned that
such a situation could lead to
"chronic civil war" in 10-15
years and "therefore we have
to conduct our foreign polio- to-
day, whatever the immediate
irritations, in such a manner
that the possibility of a coopera-
tive world remains open."
Kissinger's remarks seemed
to raise the likelihood of a con-
frontation between the Adminis-
tration and Congress where the
mood is one of anger and bitter-
ness over the General Assem-
bly vote.
Several key members of Con-
gress, notably Sen. Jackson
(D., Wash.) have already pro-
posed curtailing American aid
to the Africa. Asian and Arab-
bloc countries that supported
the resolution equating Zionism
with racism. Rep. Philip Crane
(R.. IU.) introduced a resolution
in the House that would reduce
U.S. funding of the United Na-
tions from the present 25 per
cent of the world organization's
budget to 5 per cent.
KISSINGER spoke out strong-
ly against the anti-Zionist mea-
sure in the UN. He said it was
"really a form of moral condem-
nation of the State of Israel
and not simply an abstract vote
on Zionism." and that "the link-
age of Zionism and racism
smacks of some practices that
it would be better for mankind
to forget."
But while he asserted that
the UN vote has certainly
added to the tensions, the rifts
and the distrust'' in the Middle
East diplomatic situation and
was "extremely unhelpful and
highlv irresponsible." Kissins-r
slid the U.S. will "have to de-
cile on the votes on an in-
dividual bmria before deciding
what specific action we will
take toward the various coun-
tries."
KISSINGER'S views were
echoed bv other Administration
officials he-" wha fended the 54" billion military
aid program and warned that
it would be counter-productive
if the U.S. were to cut off aid
to countries that voted for the
anti-Zionist resolution.
Seventv oer cent of the Ad-
ministration's aid package is
earmarked for Israel and other
Middle Eastern countries. Ad-
ministration spokesmen noted
that Military and military-
related aid was aimed at pro-
tecting American interests, and
one official was quoted as say-
ing. "Our own interests are the
ones we are concerned about."
animal so that the main
is no longer as sympathe^
not openly enthusiastic) J
the "new Jew" as before
sing cost of jjas, the pro-
of war b.-twecn lSrae|. ,
Arab with the possibly
American involvement in ,.
all this spells the nature of,"
dividing mainstream m t|
ening terms.
Those Jews who don't r*.
pond well to the threats taj
do so because the threats k!
taking the form of the aneal
anti-Semitic challenges toil
safety and survival
FOR EXAMPLE, the ,
Nations condemnation of vl
ism. in itself a meaningless tJ
ture if you refuse to take aJ
seriously, is nevertheless
hallmark of the times,
a serious contribution tT
growing Indisposition to
Jews.
Zionism IS tical J
ever balderas "ayil
ber about Zi I
ani religious
Zionism is political tA
dangjro. .. ;; p,,^'
;n 1975 In t! nal a national a
have been si ng to
t .:' the gi i
toward Jew- .. the u
War. it is c .: we h
betn doing w >rse than an,
teur in subduing our su
sense of fright at being
ed our sudden awan
after 2,000 years that it
after all easier to be a sli
who is obsequious and
than it is to be free.
INDEED, there are
that too many of us are
ging in the struggle. The
ish dean's easy submission tiJ
bunch of rowdy Arab studecl
the Jewish students' filaf
counterattack all of
shows there is more thai
subtle weakening of purpot
There is a wearying, dsl
dent need to go back. ft|
problem is that there can bei
going back to Jewish
ity in the chrysalis of
American dream.
The American dream is I
for all of us. Jew and
alike. So is anonymity dead I
the Jew. If we flinch from!
challenge of our new poliM
status, then what are we
Jews in a world of grow
anti-Semitism?
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eform Rabbis Offer
addish Prayer For
[Death of UNations
)ALLAS(JTA)In an emo-
^ally charged session, the
00 Reform delegates to the
. biennial assembly to the
jjon of American Hebrew Con-
Egations uttered a prayer for
l dead (Kaddish), nronoun-
lt> the "moral collapse of the
lited Nations" as a result of
international body's approv-
of the resolution equating
knism with racism.
Led by youth delegates, the
resentatives of 7is Reform
jgregations signed their
He s to a 100-foot-long peti-
|n to be sent to UN Secretary
neral Waldheim.
THE PETITION said. "We
and shoulder-to-shoulder with
|r brethren in Israel. We are
B icans, we are Jews, we
Zionists."
t'pon receiving the UAHC's
bid a on outstnndine Ampr-
pn and Jew. Philip M. Klutz-
Icl., former UN Ambassador to
the Economic Committee, and
chairman of the governing coun-
cil of the World Jewish Con-
gress, called the action "a plain
lie, clumsy, and a stupid act."
He asserted that this doctrine
adopted by the UN "could only
harm the welfare and movement
of international peace."
HE INDICATED that this step
represents "a very tough ques-
tion for the American people
and Congress regarding our re-
lationship to the United Na-
tions."
He added: "This may be one
of the saddest days for the en-
tire world. I hone it does not
precipitate the kind of chain
reaction that may bring us back
to the days of what occurred to
the League of Nations. If that
were to happen, then we are on
the brink of something much
bigger than what a General As-
sembly resolution could mean."
Morton Expected
Will Beat Senate
Contempt Charges
{Continued from Page 1-A
Inc^ last July to obtain docu-
ments on American companies
elieved to have complied with
he boycott. Moss said that Mor-
pn's refusal to provide the in-
Brmation left-lhim no choice but
Itation for contempt. With-
oldine the papers, Moss said,
hould not be tolerated by the
fongress.
Rep. James Scheuer (D., N.Y.)
(>rmally introduced the motion
the subcommittee against
orton. If he is cited by the full
Bouse, it is believed Morton
tould be the first Cabinet of-
Icer to be held in contempt.
THE SUBCOMMITTEE action
pust be approved by its par-
ent body, the House Committee
on Interstate and Foreign Com-
merce, and then adopted by a
maioritv vote in the House.
Capitol Hill sources also told the
JTA that should Morton not sub-
mit the information before leav-
ing office his successor will be
given an opportunity by the sub-
committee to provide it.
"I would like to reiterate my
personal opposition to the Arab
boycott and my full accord with
the policies and laws of the
United States," Morton said in
a statement to the subcommit-
tee. He observed that Attorney
General Edward Levi had told
him he need not respond to the
subcommittee's subpoena for
the information.
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NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE S HEREBY GIVEN that
the to el Rage
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TH >N CEXTEH
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Dated .-.: M ..ir. F* r
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President
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Van Brur.t Gausr. Tr-a>urer
C la n s.. retary
a Adams Director
El .; r. Kaplan
Marvin Kapla :-.r
A MoutaneS, Ap|>li< ant
I N.E ;nd Aicnur
aflaaai. Florida 33.
11 14-tl-lS; U I
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. 75-35*24
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVSION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
FRANCOIS ESTEL,
Husband. Petitioner,
and
CERAMISE S"I.AGE ESTEU
Wife, Respondent
Tf>: CERAMISE SOLACE ESTEL
TOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
rnUN has been filed against you and
you are requ.red to >trve a 0Of[
vour written defenses, if any. to it on
DANIEL BETTER attorney for v--
titioner. whose ad:---- Ml Dade
Federal Building 101 East Flafier
St Mum.. Flar.ua 3313;. and file the
original with the clerk of the above
'i court on or before Dec. 19.
1975; otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded in the empiamt or i>etition.
This notice shall be published cue
each week for f u: onse. utive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLoRIDIA.N
WITNESS nvy hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
11th day of November. l7S
RICHA1U> P. BRINKER.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By. B. J. FOY
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seali
DANIEL RETTER. ESQl'IHE
801 Dade Federal Building
101 East Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33131
Phone: 3SS-64341
Attorney for Petitioner
11/14-31-23: 12 5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE,
ELEVENTH-JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE MO. 75-4131 (Blanton)
In RE: Estate*of
HILDA STRUafPPNKR.
deceased.
NOTICE; TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said.
Estate:
Tou are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you ma}" have against the es-
tate of HILDA STRUMPPNER de-
ceased late of Colombia, SA,
to the Circuit Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and ag
provided in Section 733.lt, Florida
Statutes. In their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within four calendar month* from the
time of the Oral publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 10la
day of Novemjker, AJ>. 1975.
HENRY NORTON
As Administrator
First publication of this notice oa
the 14th day of November, 1975.
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for tattaie
1201 Biscayne Building
19 West Flaglar Street
Miami. Florida 33130
^ _____________________U/14-M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF- THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DACE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 75-7070
In RE: Estate of
ROWENA W. MATHERS
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AU Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing- Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against toe es-
tate of IbOW EN A W. MATHERS de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the Circuit Judjtes of Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 733 16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse ia Dade County, Florida,
within four calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or thjf same will be barred.
Flit! at Miami Florida, this 10*
day orN WILLIAM T. MATHERS
GE.NEVIBVE M. CALX)WELL
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 14th day of November. 1915.
KURT WEI.W.erH. ESQ. ______
Attorney for Estate ^9jal
141 Aimeria Awenue. Suite 240-E,
Coral Gables. Floria 33134
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UOtH NOTKf
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO. 75-34(20
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: T Marriage ol:
MARK PITTMAN.
Husband,
LINt. SUSAN P1TTWAN.
Wile.
TO: UNDA SUSAN.PITTMAN
Ranchc Santa Cruz
Oalsado de k>e Arcoe No. 1
Puebla Puebla. Mexico
TOU ARE HEREHY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you In
the above styled cause, and you are
required to serve a copy of your An-
swer to the Petition (or I'lseokitioa
of Marriage on the. Petitioner's at-
torneys BLITSTEIN A- MOLAN8.
1440 N.W. Mth A^enjie. MiamL FJeiv
ida 33125. and file the original Answer
ia Die, Office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court. General Jurisdiction Divi-
sion, 7S W Plagler Street. Miami.
Florida on or before, the. 12th day of
December, 1975-. otherwise a default
will be entered against you.
DATED at Miami. Dade County.
Florida this Sth day of October. rWS.
RICHARD P HHJNKER. Clerk
Clerk of Cirquit Court
7 W. Flagier Street
Miami. Dade County. Florida
By G FREDERICK
(as Deputy Clerk)
(Circuit Court Seal)
11/7-14-H-M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN. AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 75-2061
In RE: Estate of
JOSEPH GEEENSTpNE.
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
Tou are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and
demands which you may have against
the estate of JOSEHH GREENSTONE
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the Circuit Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In dupli-
cate and ae provided in Section 711.14,
Florida Statutes, in their offloes in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within fom calendar
Moths from the time of the first
ublicaUoa hereof, or the same will

Filed at Miami, Florida this 11th
day of November, AD. 1875.
RUTH GREENSTONE
As Administratrix
First pabttcaUoc of this notice on
the Mth day of November, 1975
STANLEY D, CAID1N
Attorney fas Administratrix
1560 N E. Miami Gardens Drtve
1J/14-X1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case Nc. 75-34131
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Marriage I >f
Ml'LERO.N NIVOSE. Husband
and ELOISE SEARS NIVOSE
7ife
TO: E1XIISE SEARS NIVOSE
(Residence Unknown)
YjU ARE HEREBY notified that a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed sgat.at you. and you
are hereby required to serve a copy
of your answer or other pleading to
the Petition on the Husband's Attor-
ney. HARVEY ROGERS, whose ad-
dresa It IC4 NW 17 Avenue. Miami.
Florida MUB, and file the original with
the Clerk of the above styled Court
on or before ths M> day of December,
ItTS, or a Default will be entered
against you,
T-4TED this 24th day of October,
175,
RICHARD P. BRINKJ5R.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By MARION NEWMAN
if/11 i: 7-14-ai
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIBCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 7V35758
GENERAL JURISDICTION.DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
MARY J WEST, Petitioner,
and
ALBERT F WEST. Respondent.
TO: Albert F. West
214 Pettlt Avenue
BeJrmore. Now York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
;hat an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riaaje has been filed acainat you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to It on
GLADYS GERSON ESQ. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is 101
N W 12th Avenue, Miami. Florida
3.1138 and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled uourt on or
before December Is, 1375: otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
T*iU notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORHJfAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
leth day of November. l7i
RICHARD P. KRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By B. LiPPS
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
GLADYS GERSON. E8Q
S-BONB. SOSTCH1N A KOES. P. A.
Attorneys for Petitioner
101 N.W. 12tb Avenue
MiamL Florida 33129
Tel: 324-45M
11/14-*KJ9: M/
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M'TiCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned. des:nng to engage
in bu----- under the fictttlou* r.aene
of OHK BAR -t 90C1 S w 1 Street,
Miami. Pla SS144 intend k
said nan- u.:h th- Cleric of UM Cir-
I ...I- '' u:. Fl< -:da.
ING BEB
PERN N BE1
MIRIAM BECKERMAN
.jipliiant
|] 14-21-28; 12 5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni HEREBY GIVEN that
h undersign' ring to engage
. business under 'he fictitious i
.RNABY SHOPS at IS4W NE
S Miami Beach lnt<
d name with the I
Uil C art of Dad. < ounty.
Ma
STERUNQ GENERAL, INC.
.Sta' -enstem.
Levinson & K
I AppUeant
i.' i .-nue
131
11 14-21-2*:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
- BBRHtTf OIVEN that
.,i desiring enxag*
at -- ui ler the fictitu u- r:.,mt
HEM OF F1A>BIDA at 1-S10
NW Avenue, Hialeah. Florida iri-
tendJ ;er said name with the
Circuit Court of Dade
K'.i r:da. __
: 1RLE nBBCHON, INC.
a F'.i-rlda corporatii D
11/14-.: -v U I
IN THE CIRCUIT C00RT~n7^J
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCL T I T"(
FOR DADE COUNTY, r^tf
CASE NO. 7.357
GENERAL JURISDICTION nil(, L
NOTICE OF ACTION VlU0lI
Z-UAK a l.l' QN
a Kl< da O -["'ratior.
Pla
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Defendants *'
ANTHONY GARG VUtmi
T-.1-.ia OAR : ': J"1 ,
' .-.,wae Roi I '<\
ten Island
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To. JOSEPH G !.!:
RESIDENCE I \.
YOU ARE HEREBY v-lrfc
- a uil
on the following ic, -t,ii**l
B -, of the X .. ,".hf ^
UM NW -,
- n 19, Towj | ,'
Ran^e 42 East. I-.. a J
feet and less the Bai t ,
ia. together
US and impr.%.-
? d.
been filed against u ..,
iu red
of yi ur arrittci lefej "I
4RTHTB D FB WOuSftS
I- attorney, whose Rddtea ua
:i R/.ad. Bait. J ,!
FjorWa, ai J**.
Ilie Clerk of the ,,.-. S\
Cotjrl "n or hefor- rv.niter 11
97! otherwise a Judgment majl
lered against yon for the '
manded in the Complaint
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO- 75-35424
NOTICE OF ACTION
EAST KljiJRIDA TOWER COMPANY.
LTD a Florida limited partnership,
Plaintiff.
SAMUEL FLETCHER, individually
Tyastee: i-EEWARD point
I < '.! ORATION, a Florida .tirpora-
i oNTiNENTAl. BANK.
In ration.
I i 'i.ints.
To .o.NTI.VENTAl. HANK
MaCBM : Street
adelphia Pa. 1>102
y eegaojra, agalgjnewa, l:c-n-
rrs. creditors, trust--- i '.her
claimants by. through, or under
I and all parlies having or
claiming to have any right,
title, or Interest In the property
described In the Complaint
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint to Foreclose Mort-
gage ard a Notice of IJs Pendens has
been filed against you by the Plain-
tiff in the above styled court and
..u for the purpose of foreclosing
mortgage on the following de-
scribed property situate and being
in Dade County. Florida:
Lots 1 through 4. and I>^ts 36
through 44. all in Block 3 of
EASTERN SHORES SUBDIVI-
SION, according to the Plat
thereof as recorded In Plat Book
.at page 2I> of the Public Rec-
ords of Dade County, Florida.
YoUj are required to serve a copy
of your answer or pleadings on Plain-
tiff's attorneys :
KENNETH M. MYERS. ESQUIRE
MYERS. KAPLAN, LEVINSON
A KEN1N
1428 Briikell Avenue, 7th Floor
Miami. Florida 33191 (371-5*41 >
and file the original pleading In. the
Office of the Cleri of said Court on
or before the 15 day of December^ IMS.
If you fail to do so. a default win toe
entered against you for the relief
soiurht in the Complaint
WITNESS my hand and seal of saM
Court at Miami. Dade County. Florida,
this nth day of November, IMS.
Richard p bhinker.
Clerk of the Court
By N. A. HEWETT
Deputy Clerk
(Circu.t Court Seal)
i A copy of the Complaint filed herein
is attached to the copy of the Notioe
which was mailed to each Defendant
for whom a aacre spetHfic residence
addrea* Is known to Plaintiff.)
11/14-21-28 12/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
< f KELLY'S !XU?sGE at 3867 Ei.*t
4 Avr Hiali-ah Ma.. Intends to reg-
ister sajd aame with the Clerk o/ the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
JOHN STONE
MIRIAM BECKERMAN
Attofnea* for Applicant
______________________H/14-21-9S: 11/9-
m THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOtt
DADE COUNTY
(J. Dowling)
PROBATE DIVISION
PROEATB NO. 74-gl44
IN RE Estate of
CLARA DIAMOND
deceased
AMENDED
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that i have
filed my Einal Report and Petition,
for Distribution and Final Discharge
as Administrator. C.T.A. of the estate
of CS-ARA DIAMOND, deceased.' and
that/ oa the IStb day of Deoember
10 49 AM, 1S76. will apply te the
Honorable Circuit Judges of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
Final Report and for distribution and
final discharge ae Adrainietrator
C TA. of the estate of the above-
named daoadent Tale 4th day of No-
vember. IMS.
JOSEPH W. MALEK
. Adminlstratoe.U T.A
JOSEPH W MALXK. Aftjarney
350 Lincoln Road. Suite SaT
MiajKU Beach, Florida. 1313*
11/14,31-13; 11/3
- WITNESS mv hand and the .,
_________ sad Court on November
RICHARD P BRIXKU
as Clerk of ni By L. SNEEDEX '
As Depuij o
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTVi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THI I
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Of I
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 75-357H
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIV'S'mI
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
rv PF THF V MM'M-r rr
O9UK90RY DCNf
and
EVE! YN DTrNCOMBR Dtfenlut
TO Fvelvn Dun.-orr'.
Residence ami \(,, ling Aiiim \
''nknown
?Of APE HRPERY Ml -?nl
'hat ?n a-'Hon f fnssnlntipn of Krl
c. 1 n h Insl vu u|l
vi 'i RfS rocjU'""^ ..--v< a 'Tlrfl
vo.ir m-Htten defen<.*.< if ^ne tc itt
r.t.AT.VS GERSON ESO tv.V*\
' Petl'loner. whose iddrenn l3|
v W 12th Avenue. Miami. Flc*
3*'?9. and file thf nH.nal u *l
'e-k of the shov ->-'. 1 mart ifl
before Decf>mher 19. ''.'. othenrail
rtefa.'lt will he enle-ed aa'Vt *)l
for the relief demanded in the f|
plsin' or netitior.
This notice sha" be paunahtd twl
i week for fur /nserurlTf weeaf I
in THR JEWISH FIORIDUN
WITNESS mv hapo and the .'<;;|
j>'d court at Mtsmi. Florida on 'J*|
!0th day of November. 1T5.
RICHARD P. BHINKER,
As Clerk. Circuit Conn
Dade Cnuntv. Plories
Rv R. MPPR
As Deimtv Cleric
"Cirruit Court Seali
GIADYSOEHSON K9Q
STONE. SOSTCHIN A KOgS, P.i
Attorneys fbr4r>nrknr
">1 N.W lllh Avenue
Mlan\i. Florida JS12S
Tel 324-4CS5
11. I4-21-M>: *
NOTICE UNDER
TlTIOUS NAME LA*
FICTI..
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVES
the undersigned, de'.ring tc J
in businesa andee th f'ctiucijjg*
of LAN DOW YESBIVA >'ENT9
1140 Altoa Road, Miami Beadv nr
Ida, Intenda to register the ssh W"
with, the Clark, of th Circuit Uf
of Dada Cooaty. Florids |
Dated at Miami. PVriea "I
day of November. i>75 ^
O-HOLJJB TORAH SCHOOL w-
Miami. n*p
DANIEL RETTEK, V P,
DA-N1EL RETTER. ESL'L'IRE
Attorney for AppMearit
'01 Dade Fedwral Building
101 East Flagler Sir. t
Miami. Florida 33131
Phone: 35-9 .. ,il
it :i-:i--'
IN THE CIRCUIT COUkT 0 **l
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUn ri
FLORIOA IN AND PR
DADE COUNTY
PROEATE DIVISION
PiCoEATE NO 75-9949
J. aWVKMU PARKER
in RE: Estate.of
ABRAHAM SINGER
deceased. _,-e
NOTICE T CREDITORS
To All i5-e*liV-,nd.Al: v*E
ing Claiina or Dejnani. Aga""1 *l
Estate: __
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jy, November 21, 1975
* Jew 1st fhrktiar
Page 15-A
K. Believes in Israel's Defense
jy JOSEPH POLAKOFF
[WASHINGTON (JTA)
[secretary of State Henry
ssinger's assertion be-
i louse Internation-
lelations Committee that
kevstone of our policy
.he Middle East has al-
ested on the ability of
| to persevere in its
defense" is being pcn-
; by observers here for
h e S to administration
Elegy that might te con-
leJ in the Secretary's
ferds.
On the face of it, Kissin-
ger's remark was by far ins
most favorable public affir-
mation toward Israel in the
27 moruhs since he took of-
fice as Secretary of State.
IT CONTRASTED sharply
with his previous expressions
that SDOke merely of Israel's
'survival" and especially with
his harsh attitude toward Is-
rael after the failure of his
snuttle fission in tin Mideast
last March.
Son*; sources here see Kis-
singer's ardent endowment of
Vs ability to defend its
Leaders Called
To Israel For
Top Briefing
By DAVID LANDAU
Jerusalem ( jta) Pre-
T Yitzhak Rabin and Leon
[l/.in, acting chairman of the
vish Agency and World Zion-
Organization Executives,
rve announced here the con-
ling of an emergency meet-
I of Jewish leaders here at the
. of this month to plan wavs
combatting the anti-Jewish
_ anti-Zionist attack launched
the United Nations by the
tabs and their supporters. The
fcders of Jewish organizations
Dund the world and the lead-
_ of the major diaspora com-
linities will be invited.
The meeting, announced in a
Int statement issued by the
lices of Rabin and DuWn,
ill take place at the Kn's*t
Jerusalem from Nov. 27 to
bv. 29the anniversary of *he
United Nations resolution
Mblishing the Jewish State.
[GIVING details at his office,
lorld Zionist Organization Dv-
Ictor General Moshe Rivlin
lid a joint planning committee
1 the Premier's office, the For-
eign Ministry and the WZO was
si-idy meeting to map out de-
tails.
Only 100 top Jewish leaders
will be invited. Rivlin said. The
relatively small number was
deliberateto keep discussion
practical and avoid speechmak-
ing.
The aim oi the meeting is
twofold: to egress and strength-
en Jewish solidarity and to plan
a major international informa-
tion campaign explaining to the
wo-ld anw what the Zionist
ideal mans.
OF THE 100. some 30 would
represent the U.S. and three or
fm\r ach representing other
Jewish concentrations. Rivlin
did not sav how the invitees
would be chosen.
Rabm and Dulzin will address
the opening session Nov. 27.
Two more sessions will be held
that day. a long session Nov. 28,
an "oneg shabbat" the night of
Nov. 28 during which delegates
would discuss the spiritual
meaning of Jewry's tie to Israel,
and a closing session the night
of Nov. 29.
nti'Semitism Seen
'weeping into GovH.
| Continued from Page 1-A
reat to the existence of
Jewish people" by mak-
them aware that under
guise of anti-Zionism
|e resolution seeks the de-
r ction in a "package
of both the State of
rael and the Jewish peo-
|SULTANIK snoke at a meft
of thft national executive
T>iittee of the American-
Jwish League for Israel, a non-
Zionist o-ouo afftl'V'Hi
|th the World Confederation.
esided over bv its president
Ige Sevmour R. Lc-ine. An-
nrincioal speaker was
ear.ar Linskv.
World Confederation of
|):tsd Zionists is the main co-
:r?*>ting b^Hv of non-oa'tv
Dnist organizations in the
jr Exotic Brethren"
Lecture Topic
pb-Adar;. Yeshufun Aiv.lt
I .-ion will have as its g-ist
>aker on Nov. 20th at 7:45
Dr. Carl Gussin. His topic
["The Jews of the Far East
|r Exotic Brethren."
)-: Gussin, a cultural an-
opologist, is educational di-
tir of Temple Beth Sholom
Miimi R**arh
diaspora. Its major constituents
in this countrv nr* Hadassah
B'nai Zion and the American
Jewish League for Israel.
Asserting that the foul attack
on Zionism has "brouh out
from their lairs the v-rv ejjvsm
elements that have nev?r re'.in-
ouish'ed their ouest to co^bte
Hitler's objective for the limii-
d-"iin of th Jewish nc\-le."
Sultanik warned that the cur-
rent development is a r* of
the events of the 1930s and
ea-lv 40s which brought entire
rivUi?ation to the brink of ex-
tinction.
He stressed th ned for e-ery
Jew to proclaim his n* h- 7 ist identification and asserted
that "it would be appropriate
to reca'l t*e eva1- ~* u." *
King of. Denmark during the
Nazi occupation of that countrv
... >n h nublic'v wore t*p "l-
low badge in solidaritv with the
Dan;sh Jews who were forced
bv the Nazis to wear the vellow
bidga bearing the imprint
"Jw."
existence as a ploy to influence
congress to approve the admin-
istration's full S4.7 billion for-
eign aid pacKage, ~o percent
of which is earmarked for mid-
dle eastern countries including
Egypt. Svria and Jordan, as well
as Israel.
SINCE CONGRESS tradition-
ally is understanding of Israel's
needs, the State Department
"the Keystone of our po
in the .Middle East has al-
ways rested on the ability of
Israel to persevere in its
own defense" is being poc-
sought consistentlv to link help
for Israel to assistance for her
Arab neighbors in order to di-
lute congressional distaste for
the latter.
That strategy was employed
for years to overcome Con-
gress' increasing disenchantment
with aid to South Vietnam which
the Ford admisistration and its
precedessor tried to equate with
assistance for Israel.
Other observers here contend
that Kissinger's "stroking" of Is-
rael was intended to offset the
obsequious treatment of Egypt-
ian President Anwar Sadat dur-
ing his 10-day official visit to
the U.S.
No administration nolicv-
maker, from the President and
Kissinger down through the
various levels of the official
hierarchy, would even comment
on, much less oubliclv criticise.
Sadat's harsh and provocative
public attacks while in the U.S.
on Israel. Zionism and Jews.
COGNIZANT of the adminis-
tration's desperate desire to
avoid anv act or word toit
might offend their guest. Sadat
Dressed his advantage bv ugtaq
everv o^oortunitv to state his
support for the Palestine Libe**-
tion Organization and to one"'"
acknowledge that one of the
aims of his visit was to orsuade
the U.S. to reduce its suooort
for Israel.
In most instances, the ^edia
went along with the administ-a-
tion. Sadat's anti-Jewih. "?
Zionist remarks were minimized
or omitted altogether in t*" --
portage of his visits to five
major American cities.
His statement in Chieaio that i
he backed the PLO "100 oe--j
cent" was ignored in virtually j
all news reports, and if anv re- j
porter asVed him (which is i
doubtfull whether that included!
the PLO's stated intention to,
dismember Israel there was no i
inkling of it in either the print
or electronic media.
QUESTIONS that might con-'
civably have embarrassed the,
Egvntian President d\in his ;
appearance before the Nationa'
prs Club in Washington were
effectively blocked or inVfr'vH |
bv State Depart".-t officials
who ran interference for **
visitor in his encounters w;th
American Journalists.
Few newspane*"s n'ad t1"1*
State Department and other gov-
ernment aides occupied roanv
of the seats when Sad-t ad-
dressed a ioint session of Con-
gress on Nov. 5.
Caoitol specialists who co-mt-
ed heads on that occasi"" be-
lieve that no more than 300 of
the more than 500 senators vH
representatives were present to j
hear Sadat.
A FURTHER explanation ->c
Kissine-^r's remarks to the Inte--
national Relations Committee-, is
tho* n ""<; sQ"''i"o to > raeli apprehensions over the
au inii .itiuns treatment of
Sadat which co'ild arouse-susri-
cion in Jerusalem that "o-
deals were in the making with
Egypt at Israel's expense.
Although the administration
stated categorica'.lv on the last
dav of Sadat's visit that U.S.
Middle East policv was un-
changed either bv the visit or
by the shake-up in the Fo-d
cabinet, the meaning of no
change could be taken as a re-
affirmation of the Presid
statement that the U.S. u
WORLD RENOWNED
_7t*r RESTAURANT
671 Washington Ay., Miomi Boc*t
t<-irate "no stagnation, no
stalemate" in the Middle East.
That statement greatly pleas-
ed the Egyptians but not the Is-
raelis since it implies new pres-
sure on Israel to negotiate fur-
ther interim agreementsmean-
ing further withdrawalswith
Svria and possibly with Jordan.
Most analvsts concede that
Sadut won the propaganda game
during his Am -rican tour, and
for,that reason Kissinger felt it
politic to wax effusive over I -
day of Sadat
Angry Reaction Voiced
To State Dep't. Reversal
Continued from Page 1-A
ministers had found "errors and misrepresentations" in the
paper.
SAID THE Histadrut daily, "Davar," in a leader Mon-
day: "A whole series of indications in the paper attest to a
widening gap between the positions of the U.S. and Israel.
For instance, there is the assertion that the heart of
the problem is the Palestinian issue rather than the Arabs'
non-recognition of Israel, and the distinction between 'mod-
erates' and 'extremists' in the PLO at-a time when the or-
ganization as a whole continues to oppose the existence of
the sovereign state of Israel within any borders whatsoever."
NRP's "Hatzofeh." recalled the American pledge to co-
ordinate on Mideast policy with Israel a pledge that has
been flouted.
AND THE large afternooner "Maariv" writes:
"It is not possible to relax as Kissinger advised Is-
raeli newsmen in Washington and to believe his asser-
tion that nothing has changed in U.S. policy towards the
PLO .
''And there is no room for blind trust in the adminis-
tration during whose tenure of office an erosion, boding
evil, has occured m traditional U.S. support for Israel."
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Miami, Florida Friday, Novtmber 21, 1975
"NOW" is back on the tzede-
kah trail tracking new or unique
organizations, attracting the
young, Jewish community that
Tropic Magazine neglected to
mention in that much-maligned
article last June.
The Sustaining Board of Fel-
lows of Mount Sinai Medical
Center is a group of young men
up and coming in their profes-
sional lives and on the civic
scene. The Board is unique in
that while it is an entity unto
itself, its aims are directed to
a higher purpose, idealistically
and pragmatically.
ACCORDING to Martin Sand-
ier, downtown attorney and
president of the group, "The
main thrust of the organization
is education, so that members
the workings of a large, metro-
the workings f a large, metro-
politan, non-profit hospital."
As a result, Sustaining Board
Fellows often move into the
realm of trustee committees and
eventually a privileged few are
fleeted to the hospital's big
board.
The Sustaining Board, then,
works as a training camp for
Mt. Sinai's Board of Trustees.
In addition to promoting health
care in the community, the
Board supports health career
education with its scholarship
program. Indirect fund-raising
(solely bv dues) is responsible
for $6,000 worth of scholarships
yearly to FIU and Miami-Dade
health career students.
ATTENDING a mixed doubles
evening meeting last week were
Jane and Jerry Goodman. Alexa
and Billy Shockett, Rosalie and
Art Shepard (he's a double for
Henry the K.), Nancy and Bobbv
Frehling, Margie and Larry Rob-
bin':. Beve'lv nnd David Heller,
Lana and Arnold Fein and Bon-
nie and Jerry Albert.
Almost newlvweds Diane Ren-
nick an-^ Bob Schumacher joined
Executive Director Alvin and
Shirley Goldberg and Bess and
Herb B-aun as hospital repres-
entatives that night .
'"Car 54, where are you?" was
an apt question last Saturday
night, anywhere in Southwest-
ern Dade Countv. That evening
there proved to be the most
unusual and fun-filled fund-rais-
er 54 cars of young Miamians
have ever attended.
Anna and David Harris, na-
tive Chicagoans with 10 years
of adult treasure hunt experi-
ence, ran a 324person hunt for
the benefit of the Cystic Fibro-
sis Foundation. The $2,500 that
the Harrises are donating to CF
is the profit from 10 weeks
worth of ingenious planning.
ACCORDING to Anna Harris,
"peole in Miami were looking
for something new they're
game. It's $25 well spent (for
the hunt and a midnight B-B-Q)
and the check is tax deducti-
ble." Those who were ripe for a
zany experience were found
tackling a greased sow to read
a number code on its belly,
climbing into a treehouse some-
where in a pine forest, decod-
ing a home movie in an undis-
closed garage theatre, scaveng-
ing for location clues in lakes
and boulders and traipsing
through ramshackle huts and
houses.
The winners of the four-hour,
125-mile chase through parts
unknown (maps were confis-
cated after the hunt) were Rene
and Leonard Brodsky, Myrna
and Larry Wheatman and Wan-
da and Robert Feltman.
Dragging in after the winning
car were Jodie and Bill Multack,
Linda and Charlie Sands, Cele
and Richard Kroop, Sally and
Joel Kreps, Diane and Walter
Hart, Barbara and Herb Weiss,
Glenda and Howard Rose, Jes-
sie and Bernie Wolfson and.
Frances and David Yeten
OTHER bedeviled hunters
were Meg and Michael Gsnnett,
Margie and Michael Weiss, Mar-
gie and Mike Stritzer, Diane and
Ed Heilbronnor, Lourdes and
Norman WMe, Sally and Allan
Steintnan and Reba and Howard
Amdur.
Otherwise perfectly intelligent
professionals and their wives;
were stumped at clues devised,
by the Harrises and executed
by Larry Oberly.
Now that the 1975 hunt group
knows how convoluted the clues
can get, vou can bet the 1976.
group will early be planning
their strategy to outwit the next
Harris Hunt. __
Seiel ami Polish Participants
In Jewish Book Month Weekend
Richard Siegel, editor of the
"Jewish Catalog," will speak at
Temple Israel's Morns D. Woh-
son Auditorium at 8 p.m. Satur-
day. His topic is "Experiencing
Ourselves as Jews."
Hillel Director for the State
University of New York at
Stony Brook. Siegel is co-auth-
or of "The Jewish Calendar
and writes a monthly "Catalog"
column for "Moment" maga-
zine. He is active in the New
York Havurah and holds de-
grees from Brandeis and the
Jewish Theological Seminary
in New York.
Other authors available dur-
ing the Jewish Book Month
weekend, which beings Friday
night with a display of books
posters and other material ot
Jewish interest, are Rabbi Larry
Kushner. author of a book on
the Hebrew alphabet; cookbook
author Malvina Liebman; and
Rabbi David Polish.
Rabbi Polish, Sunday morn-
ing's Greenfield Lecturer, will
present the negative view of the
rabbinic Association for Pro-
gressive Judaism. Rabbi James
RABBI POLISH
spoken in favor of the move-
ment.
Dr. Polish is rabbi of Temple
Beth Emeth in Evanston, 111.,
and the author of several books,
the latest of which, "IsraelNa-
tion and People," was pub-
lished recently. He is president
of the Chicago Zionist Federa-
tion and a past president of the
Central Congress of American
Section B
Rabin Warns UN Move Eyes
Plan to Exterminate Israel
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEiM (JTA) Premier Yitzhak Rabin has
told the Knesset that last week's three UN resolutions were
initialed by the Arab states as part of a plan aiming at the
eventual replacement of Israel by an "Arafat State."
"Their aim is to ostracize Israel... to negate Israel .
in order to prepare the political conditions required for the
intensification of their struggle against the very existence
of Israel as an independent state ... to prepare the ground
for the establishment of an Arafat State instead of Israel
and upon her ruins
RABIN SPOKE at the start of
a special debate on the resolu-
tions. Government and opposi-
tion whips quickly got together
to draft a joint resolution which
they hoped would gain the sup-
port of all factions, barring the
New Communists (Rakah) and,
possibly, the Orthodox Agudat
Israel which has ideological dif-
ficulties accepting Zionism as
Jewry's liberation movement.
Rabin repeated his statement
that Israel would never sit with
the PLO and would have no
truck with the committee set ur
by the Assembly to ensure im-
plementation of the Palestinians
rights.
He gave no hint, however, o
any action that Israel migh
take in the wake of the threi
resolutions which, he said
should be viewed as one entity
THERE WERE no implie<
threats to retaliate against th<
UN presence or participation ii
Mideast politics and peacemak
ing. or of intentions to leave an'
of the UN's subsidiary organiza
tions.
Rabin was snarine. too. in hi
Continued on Page 11-B
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Honors Famous Jewish-American Patriots
HAYM SALOMON 1740 1785
Financier Banker of the Amencin Revolution Patriot
Haym Salomon was a fervent patriot
whose love of liberty and business
acumen combined to make him the
financial hero in the War of Inde-
pendence. Born in Poland in 1740, he was
forced to flee that country in 1772. due to his
fight for freedom, along with Pulaski and
Kosciusko who became military heroes of the
Revolution.
Salomon prospered from the very start in
America, doing business with wealthy loyalists
while joining the Sons of Liberty, a group of
revolutionary patriots. He was twice arrested
by the British but managed to escape execution
both times; finally fleeing to Philadelphia.
Salomon's reputation for honesty and skill in
trade, especially foreign, attracted Robert
Morris, then Superintendent of Finance, who
called on him for help in raising money to wage
the war, and later to save the emerging nation
from financial collapse. Morris' diary indicates
some 75 transactions were made by the two
men between August 1781 and April 1784.
As President Calvin Coolidge said of Haym
A tradition in American-Jewish homes
for half a century
K CERTIFIED KOSHER
Salomon: "He negotiated for Robert Morris
all the loans raised in France and Holland,
pledged his personal faith and fortune for enor-
mous amounts, and personally advanced large
sums to such men as James Madison. Thomas
Jefferson. Baron Stcuben. General St. Clair and
many other patriot leaders who testified that
without his aid they could not have carried on
the cause.''
Salomon's place in history is memorialized by
a 20-foot high statue standing at Wabash and
Wacker in Chicago. Unveiled in 1941, the
Statue depicts three great Revolutionaries,
George Washington in the middle, flanked by
Robert Morris and Haym Salomon. It is a tell-
ing tribute to the Jewish-American patriot
whose life was dedicated to his family, friends
and countrv.
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+Jenlsti Meridian
Page 3-B
MElCHEU
by \0RMA BAKAlli
The busy housewife or career woman is always looking
quick all-in-one dish to feed the family. The lasagna
here can be prepared several days ahead of time and
cither frozen or refrigerated until needed. Don't keep it
In longer than a week, however. When rheating. use an
iiona! one-fourth to one-third cup of sauce. If frozen, put
[r: cheated 350-degree oven and heat until warm.
LASAGNA CASSEROLE
1 10-oz. pkg. frozen peas
1 qt. jar mushroom
spaghetti sauce
oregano
lb. lasagna noodles
[medium onion, diced
Stalk of celery, diced
[r'argarine
lb-, ground meat
Ir.oil lasagna noodles per package directions and drain.
in celerv and onions in margarine until eolden. Add meat
jrown. Drain off excess fat. Grease a 9xl3-inch pan lightly,
of cooked noodles, browned meat and vegetables,
n peas, oregano, spaghetti sauce, noodles, meat, peas,
|ano. sauce, etc.. until all material is used up. then top
sauce. If you are not using all the lasagna at once, re-
\c about one-fourth cup of sauce for reheating. Serves 8-10.
This is y* another recipe from a fine organizational
(tbooV which I mentioned recmtlv. "The Sport of Cook-
a hard-covpr edition published bv Women's American
District VII. If vou're interested, write to them at the
kcr Heights, Ohio 44122. Cost is $5.95 plus 26 cents for
xng. Now the sample recipe:
SPINACH SOUFFLE
pkgs. frozen chopped 2 eggs
spinach
can cream of mushroom
soup
tso. pinner
tsp. garlic salt
Cook spinach as directed. Add wll beaten eees. seasoning
cream of mushroom soup. Put in greased ring mold or
tangular Pvrex nan. Bake at 350 degrees for one hour until
iwned liehtly. Can be prepared ahead and frozen. Serves 4.
Note: Your pan should be large enough to hold six cups
lineredients or it will run over in the oven.
Now that the prices of sugar and flour have come down,
are increasingly turning our attention to home baking.
Jhink you'll like this different coffee cake.
CRISPY COFFEE CAKE
cups flour
cup sugar
tsps. baking powder
r tsp. salt
[l (8\ oz.) can crushed
pineapple
Milk or liquid non-dairy
coffee creamer
1-lb., 7-oz. can whole
sweet potatoes (drained)
8-oz. can diced carrots
(drained)
1 1-lb., 5-oz. can apple
pie filling
2 tsps. margarine
The price of veal has dropped auite a bit in the last
weeks. Now is the time to take advantage of this
ings. Stuffed veal breast takes a few extra minutes but
(worth the effort. The following recipe is from a cookbook
npiled bv Springfield Hadassah. It is available for $3.85
1 Springfield Hadassah, 170 Hillside Ave., Springfield,
. 07081.
STUFFED VEAL BREAST
lb. breast of veal 1 cup fried onions
potatoes '4 cup minced celery
tsps. salt 2 tbsps. chicken fat or oil
tsp. pepper % cup bread crumbs
well beaten eggs 2 onions
Ask your butcher to make a pocket in the breast. Wipe
^at with a damp cloth. Grate potatoes and mix with salt,
pper, eggs, fried onions, celery, fat, and bread crumbs. Fill
breast with the mixture and sew the opening together.
Slice the two onions and place them in a roaster. Sprinkle
It and pepper over the rneat. Cover the roaster and place
la hot oven. Roast for 2 hours or until tender. Baste often.
1 egj?
% cup cooking oil
1/3 cup honey
3 tblsps. butter or
margarine (softened)
lb cup corn flakes
(crushed)
K cup coconut
Sift tether dry ingredients. Drain pineapple, saving tne
up. Add milk to syrup to make one-half cup liquid. Com-
e ege. mneapple liquid and oil. Add to flour mixture,
ring until smooth. Pour into greasedIWrtwmJ^
.. Cream honey and margarine until light and fljffy^Add
n flakes, coconut and drained pineapple; mix well. Spread
top of batter. Bake at 400 degrees for 25 minutes or until
e tests done.
The holiday season seems to be a good tta^tojafa*
l hot tzimmes. The one below is a very simple one, especially
" for the working woman.
"TZIMMES MIT APPLE"
Grease a casserole dish well. Add drained **"*
i carrots. Top with apple pie fflto ? *Ji"SS
eheat oven to 350 degrees. Bake for about 20 minutes. Serve
nediately.
Ten Epochs in Jewish History
Are Exhibit Theme
KENNETH TREISTER
Retirees Meeting
Retirees of New York Dis-
trict No. 65 will hold a reg-
ular monthly membership meet-
ing on Tuesday, Nov. 25, at
12:30 at the American Savings
and Loan Association, Miami
Beach.
AJCongress Exec To Speak
Phil Baum, associate execu-
tive director of the American
Jewish Concress. will discuss
"Hard Questions and Answers
on the Middle East" diirin"
services at Temple Israel of
Greater Miami, tonight at 8.
Beaux Arts of Temple Judea
is presenting a panoramic mu-
ral exhibit of the saga of great
episodes in Judaism, executed
by architect and artist Kenneth
Treister.
The opening is planned for
tonight during the service, when
Treister will narrate a slide
presentation. The 10 x 60 foot
mural will be exhibited in the
social hall during the Oneg
Shabbat.
Segments of the mural con-
structed in a jigsaw pattern can
hang separately, to depict ten
distinct epochs in Jewish his-
tory, or fit together in a mas-
sive mural depicting the con-
tinuity of Jewish history. The
ten epochs are Convenant. Pro-
phets. Halleluiah the Psalms.
Hellenism. Diasnora, Golden
Age, Kol Nidre, Holocaust. Exo-
dus and Modern Israel.
Treister. who has had several
one-man shows in Florida and
elsewhere, designed the chapel
at Temple Israel. Miami. Com-
missioned by the United Jewish
Appeal, he cast a limited edition
of a bronze menorah the
Family of God one of which
was presented to Abba Ehan.
Treister appears in "Who's Who
in Art in America," and is a
member of the Blue Dome So-
ciety, Florida Sculptural Society
and Southern Association of
Sculptors.
The exhibit, part of Temple
Judea's Coll"'"' of Continuing
Education 1975-76 Series, will
continue through Sunday, Nov.
30. Guided tours will be on
Sundflv. Nov. 23. through Thurs-
dav. Nov. 27, at 2 p.m.. and on
Sunday. Nov. 30, at 2 p.m. For
information, call Temnle Judea.
Ell*n F. Ba'im is director of art
and curator of the Temple Ju-
dea Museum.
0RT National Sabbath
The Jade Winds, Ocean Har-
bor. North Miami and Eastern
Shores charters of Women's
American CRT will observe
National ORT Sabbath at Beth
Torah Congregation tonight at
8.
Temple Sinai County Fair
The Sisterhood of Temple Si-
nai of North Miami Beach is
sponsoring an old fashioned
county fair this Sunday, from
8:30 to 1 p.m. Breakfast will be
served, and cakes, soups, ce-
ramics and handmade gift items
will be on sal?.
Lighter latkes
for the Festival
of Lights.
Herbed
2eggs
3 cups grated potatoes
V3 cup grated onion
3 tablespoons flour
1V4 teaspoons salt
Beat eggs until Bght and foamy.
Sdr hi the grated potatoes, grated onion, 8our, seasonings and
herbs until thoroughly blended.
Heat about \k to '/4-inch depth of Planters OH in a large heavy
skillet For each latke. drop about M cup potato mixture into the
hot oil. Fry on each side until golden brown. Add Planters Oil to
pan as needed to keep proper depth for frying
Drain latkes weB on absorbent paper.
Makes about sixteen latkes.
This Chanukah, lighten up those latkes! Perk
them up with herbs, then serve them hot with
apple sauce or sour cream. And see how good
they are with leftover Thanksgiving turkey.
PlantersOil makes your latkes as Hght as can
be That's because Planters is 100% pure peanut
oil. It's Kosher and Parve, so it's perfect for ev-
erything from bHntzes and ruglach to Southern
fried chicken.
Make a batch of these light little latkes. And
have a Happy Chanukah!



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Dade Sooth ORT Joins
Temple Soateel Services
MOJ Thomas 'Ann) Logan,
DA pracident and education
lirmaa. ass announced that
Dade Sooth Psgiao of V.'arnen's
American ORT v. .V. join with the
-mbers of the ceneregation of
Teriple Sanmei ORT Sabbath
1 ser-ices tonight.
> Linda Martin, president of
the Dade South Region, will
speak from the paipit.
1 Doo> South Region will spon-
It sor the One? Shahbat following
the sen-ices, and Mrs Logan
* .nil present to the congregation
t a copy of "Ascent to Jerusalem''
> r 1 1 c cm behalf of tne South Dade
.-Dembership.
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or older.
Snd recipe and proof of pur-
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POnsn swll hear rerw ** bvdWe-
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tartbte to MSON or. Tuesday
Nev 35 at I p at *
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c Washington Ave
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what you serve on the table.
That's why we put these full-strength soups in g!a*s jar-, m) you
can see in the store exactly what goes on your table to pled** >
family and guests.
There's one with lots of tasty noodles, one chock full ot delicious
rice, and one loaded with Manischewitz matzo balls that II ni
your mouth water. Every one is Kosher and Pareve. loo. So j
can serve them anytime. All it takes is five minutes' beating
you've got a hearty soup to serve. hi
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agree. Try the Souper Soups. Another mychel from Marmchewi
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Wrong Righted at UNations as Isaiah's
Name is Added to Peace Monument
Israel's Forei m Minister
Yigal Allon urged Sylva Zal-
manson, the KUSiUio emi-
gree who became -:. Israeli,
to give up her huf.fer strike
before the Isaiar. '.Vail at the
United Nations early this
week.
Mrs. Zalmansi as strik-
ing to bring the rid's at-
tention to ihe S Union's
refusal to reka r .: hus-
band liduard Kua eta .. and
her two brothers from their
conviction in the I Leningrad
trial of 1V70 sn hat they
can join her in w life
of freedom.
That is (inly (n uf the
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THE OTHER pa lea in-
!(. Miami itself, as to
do with Sam Brro .- Jew-
ish Vocatii nal S .
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name from th this
idea I
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partments, "ln-st," says Brown.
"1 saw Mayor- Lindsay and. la-
ter. Mayor Bcame all to no
a* ail. "
Browns almost obsessive de-
termination to rectify a wrong
it seemed to him a slight to
Judaism itself took him to
(J Khan's City Planning Com-
i-iofl, the New York City
Keerealion Department, the
City Arts Commission and fi-
nally its Monuments Commis-
sion.
SAYS BROWN; "When the H-
nanciai status ol New York City
ached a disastrous low, I
was told that completion of the
project would require raising
my own funds somewhere in
the neighborhood of $675."'
With the help of many
friends, Brown linally succeed-
ed in adding tl-: name of Isaiah
to the inscription on the Isaiah
Wall, anJ two-year long sti ig-
gle. beginning with a letter to
UN becretarj General Km t
Iheim, wjs brought to a
successful conclusion.
. at I ast they're not
ig a g sal idea," Brown
,'. OF Sept. 10. the wrong
; b >n rcctifi \l. and when
s. Zalmanson
low ol the great He-
fa pro -, th
to the >rl I was all the
meanin du'
i UN pr< y stands
for th Isa: ic vision,
!> ii So. i i Jev i ni uie i i )
in th( very shad-
it :it bearing the
- lei a n ime.
i som ci these
is who helped Brown?
:iii important issue for
VS official he doesn't
want to take credit for it all.
THERE WAS the noted Eng-
lish Jewish press columnist.
Kabbi Samuel Silver, who in his
widely-circulated column asked:
"should the name of the UN
be changed to United Nazis?...
The warm reception given to
that hater. Arafat, would indi-
cate that is what the UN should
frs call-id."
(Today, Rabbi Silver might
add Gen. Amin of Uganda.)
Opined the Rabbi: "The
irony is that the wall near the
UN known as the '.saiah Wall
doesn't even contain the name
of Isaiah ... the UN people
begrudtj-' the Jews credit'' for
the Isaiah \ision.
There was the Detroit Jew-
ish News, which detailed
Brown's public cani'-aiim for
funds to break through the "bu-
reaucratic red tape to have an
identification added'" to the fa-
mous prophecy.
THERE WAS Bernard Postal,
whose "Postal Card" in The
Jewish Week detailed Brown s
struggles.
But most of all, there was
Brown, himself, and a folder
full of correspondence, not only
from all those New York City
agencies, and the United Na-
tions itself, denying its author-
ity and responsibility.
Also in the folder is the dod-
ged determination he had. even
when Dr. Waldheim's assistant.
Madeleine G. Mitchell, gave
him the run-around, to con-
tinue undaunted.

United Order True Sisters, Miami No. 43 presented Var-
iety Children's Hospital with a pledge of $250,000 for a
fa me jor the hospital's "Special Clinic." From left:
Jules M. Hinkes, executive director; Mrs. Lillian Michael-
son, president, United Order True Sisters, Miami No. 43;
Sergio De Lamerens, M.D., director of the Division o/
Hematology and Oncology.
Happenings*
Alfred Duran, Miami attorney
and former member of the Dade
County School Board, will as-
sume the chairmanship of the
Dade County Community Kela-
tions Bond at the board's 12th
annual luncheon.
Thoni'is R. Bonwr, pr>ont
of American Savings and Loan
Association of Florida, has an-
nounced the appointment of
Barbara J, Rakow as manager
of training and development for
the 10-office association. Mrs
Ralrow has served as assistant
director for the Institute of
Women at FIU.
The Florida Feminist ("-Hit
Union recently elected officers.
Businsswoman Nikki Beare
ws elected president, attorney
Evelvn Greer. vice presid< nt;
hosmtil administrat r S
Urlich, recorder. State Rep
Elaine Gordon, treasurer; board
member Atalita Quejado Green
and realtor Rose Gordon ate
cochairmen of the investment
committee, an I realtor (- n
>'i"u !is is loan coi ittee
chairman.

Flagler Federal Sa
I nan nsHOCi '1 i >n '"'- n I
that Mver El ro. will ioii
tomer relations a>oari
fore coming to Mi imi i
aao. Efros m as had <':
division ol Will"i i
Syst sm, and s( .
corporation counsel Fo t\
of Mt. Vernon, \'a.
Camion NaDPO '
phony will '"" ">.'' a
cert on S'.:r :\ No>
p.m. at the North
Auditorium. Snonsn
t'^e Cult'iral !ov
Miami Beach and Vl
Federal Savings and '
ciation.
The first social of tl
Beach Convuui it'
be a Chanukah affaii
day, Nov. 2'J. at n.- 14
Washington A re N
Community singing
are planned.
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;CJW Members Attend Institute
legation of 12 members
Greater Miami Section
National Council of Jew-
Len joined 450 NCJW
,- nives from across
lintiy at the organiza-
BCent Joint Program In-
in Washington, D.C.
the delegation were
president Judy M. Gil-
s' ct ion president
Cohan, section wee
Bel .. Singer and
[ Ross, executive di-
enc Alberts, clivi-
| nta Rosalia Podoll
Fuli n. council lead-
p .on. Dorothy
i Susan Cook, Lin-
and Glenda Rose
ticipat 'd in fur days
I de oted to national
economic problems
unteer activity can
lpact.
the Institute, the
itive committee is-
e statement urging the
jaa to set the 1977 budg-
Iling only after careful
I of programs and
riorities.
p.'.' national president Es-
Landa pointed eut that
has for many dec-
boon concerned with the
tl welfare of communities
the country. Federal
h or its curtailment.
[ la continued, is not
, in itself but a means
Slivering a ran8e of Pro"
pro' ide for the com-
: ns- and promote the
: welfare."
p a statement at a con-
rally at th<* Capitol at-
. by the NCJW delegates,
: urged Congression-
jsage of a consumer pro-
ir program and the estab-
fent of a Consumer Advo-
Agency which NCJW has
supported for more
|a decade.
fording to Ms. Gilbert.
is attended five NCJW
s in recent years, the
Miami Section delega-
discussed with Senators
d Stone and Lawton
, and Congressmen Dante
fell and Claude Pepper the
of gun control, health-
lation. aid to Israel
revision of the Federal
lir.al code.
EJW recommended favora-
ideration of military
iic aid to Israel as
il factor in the im-
m of the provisions
rim accord.
ired speakers at the
r,2ram Institute includ-
:e Rivlin, director of the
sional Budget Office;
lrieu, Mayor of New
Orleans; Representative Lindy
Boggs of Louisiana, and Flor-
ida State Representative Elaine
Bloom, past president of Great-
er Miami Section.
A seminar exploring "Jewish
Womanpower" included as par-
ticipants Rabbi Saul Berman of
Yeshiva University, Ann Wolfe
of the American Jewish Com-
mit! se and Lily Edelman of '
B'nai B'rith.
At the closing of the Insti-
tute. NGN p sented its Faith
and "...'. Award to lv
sentati e Ba.bara Jordan
. her achie em nts
in hu rights and especially
f r h.i efforts on behalf oi the
ts Amendment.
The Greater Miami Section of
the NCJW, founded in 1918,
has some 3,000 members, who
are active in programs of Con-
stitutional Rights, Child Care,
Juvenile Justice, Service to
Seniors, and is the local coop-
erating agency of United HIAS
Service.
Michael (Barbara)
\yelnti tub has been named
ral chairperson for the
'id successive year of
the S4 I, 100 Burdine's LP-
GA Golf Tournament. Mrs.
Weintraub is credited with
administering a largely vol-
unteer group that raised
an estimated $36,000 last
year for the American Can-
cer Society, which benefits
from the tournament.
JWV Auxiliary 778 Activities
Evelyn Clein, President of the
Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish War
Veterans, South Dade Post No.
778, has appointed Molly Brown
donor chairman and Leah Eisen-
man program chairman.
A donor program has been
instituted for the coming year
which will culminate in June.
1976. with a dinner-weekend af-
fair.
On Tuesday Mrs. Clein pre-
sented an American flag to Girl
Scout Troop No. 504. Coral Reef
Elementary School. The flag had
been flown over the Capitol in
Washington. Jackie Rose, pa-
triotic instructor, attended the
ceremony.
Mrs. Rose, cochairman of the
planned February auction, has
announced that many well-
known people in the area will
be guest auctioneers.
There will be a cannister
drive Nov. ^4-26. All money is
used for the auxiliary's work i
in the Miami VA Hospital and I
the Homestead Air Force Base
Hospital.
On Tuesday, Nov. 25, Mrs.
Clein will assist in serving a
Thanksgiving luncheon to 12th-
nvr patients at the VA Hospi-
tal.
Mission members surveyed at first hand Israel's position
in the Golan Heights, inspecting an army outpost and
speaking with soldiers who stand guard against a Syrian
attack. Left to right: Michael Goldstein, Mrs. Philip Pearl-
man, Harry B. Smith, lsadore Wollowick and Kenneth
Schwartz.
Chanukah Party
B'nai B'rith Harmony Lodge
No. 2463 of North Miami Beach
will be host at their Chanukah
party. Nov. 27, at the Washing-
ton Federal Bar.\ building in
North Miami Beach. There will
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Friday, "November 21, 1^75
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Page 9:3
IQOfiOO March in N.Y to Protest-Resolve
By YITZHAK RABl
NEW YORK (JTA)
More than 100,000 persons
poured into midtown Man-
hattan in an angry, militant
but orderly and well disci-
plined mass demonstration
of protest against the anti-
Zionist resolution adopted
by the UN General Assem-
bly.
Whites and Blacks, Jews
and Christians from New
York and other cities as far
off as Dallas and Toronto
packed the garment district.
THE HUMAN tide filled every
block from 42nd to 39th Streets
and Sixth to Seventh Avenues,
chanting and bearing placards
with such slogans as "The UN
Is Dead," "Anti-Zionism is Rac-
ism," "h the UN the Fourth
Reich?", and "Protect the UN
From Its Own Racists."
Hundreds of Israeli flags were
waved by young and old as
speaker after speaker proclaim-
ed solidarity and support for
Israel and declared that it was
the UN itself, not Israel, that
was wounded by its own action.
Traffic was blocked off from
IIGAI NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-34136
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
' ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
\ RE: THE MARRIAOE "I':
T API. RICHARD WODKNECHT,
Petitioner,
Ml 'I
:.imvv v riOttKNECHT,
II- spoMdent.
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ndnoni'hei Road
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|Oi N \\ 12 Av-mi.'. Mlntnl, Florida
I .. ::-:i-r.:.:.. and (lie ihe
......a,a\ With the cterk of the above
my led coon on or before December
r.iii IOT5; "'' >"'< > defduli i]l ba
red again*) you tor Hie relief de-
.......led in the complalni or petition.
This notice Shall be puoliKhi I one*
week tor tour conwcuilve weeks
rill-: .ikwish PrJDRIDCAN*.
WITNESS in.1 hand and the weal o!
ild .Mint hi Miami, FWridi on tins
day ..!' i letober, 1975
RICHARD P HRINffBR,
As i 'IitK. Circuit Court
Dade Oriurltj, PlorWa
Bj MARION NEWMAN
As Deputy Clerk
fOlreull Onnrl Seal)
David E. Stone, Baqutre
Kione, 80*1I'in Rows, i' A.
in! \ W. IB A\ Mrtl*
. i !. (S94-4! SSI
Atttfrne] for PetlHoner
in ji n 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE is H&RWB1 GIVEN thai
the nnderaicnad, desiring-to engage in
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Courl of Dade County. FlorUUu
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NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE IS HEHEUY iIIVK.N that
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with the Die* of the n.-.-uii Court
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M,smA ''ANn T.-llUKg
CI RCuTT'COURTrnTH JO DlCIAL
CIRCUIT DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO. 75-34549
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: Tin: MARRIAGE OF:
ICSTHBR WTO.
fi'lllioiu -r-Wlto
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Reapotttlwft-TfgKbanfl ,...,>_..,
vou. Scan swo, last known
RESIDENCE, 38!>2-Srd Avenue, Bronx,
New VorK IWS9, (Apnriment 1) are
by nolifirillo s.-rv. ; eoPZ*lJ"
Vn8Wer to the DlftmWttonof !**
filed HgalTlhl you. HI"1" ""'"".,;' rU
..,-. HECTROE N-" H"IAH. ESQ., Ml
kw vrii A-vanne, Wlami, P101?.
;;:,::; ;,mi fUe the orttfnal Wttta Cterlc
( Couri on or before Dec. -. '-''
btherwlM tin PetW win b boibubu-
. 11 by you. ,,_,
Dated thin 2ffth dny of Oct., T976.
RICHARD P. TtKIXKKl: ri.KltK
uv NED Roni:\nKitn
E^ty Clark .^
the entire area al rhe demon-
stration. Hundreds of police
were present, assisted by mar-
Shala provided by the Confer-
ence of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations.
niaer of the demonstration.
Sini'lir rallies were held in
mojor cities ttiroaghoul the U.S.
RABBI ISRAEL Miller. Con-
fefence chairman who presided,
told the demonstrators, "The
voices ot hate are raised against
Zionism but are directed at all
free panple. The Arab and Com-
munist totiiitamn dictatorships
and their cohorts are again us-
ing the big lie to challenge and
undermine the values of the
civilized world. They must not
triumph. They will not triumph.
Liberty and justice will live. The
Jewish people will live, Israel
will live."
Continuing. Rabbi Miller de-
clared: "We are not merely ral-
lying against racism and anti-
Semitism. Wc are rallying for
international justice, decency.
morality, for liberal democracy,
for values which gave birth to
the United Nations, for the Jew-
ish people and for Israel."
Rabbi Miller warned that the
UN resolution "could wreak ha-
voc with Jewish life not only in
the Soviet Unionwhich would
now have a UN-approved ex-
cuse to crush the movement of
those seeking to emigrate to Is-
nrelbut in other countries that
have permitted local Zionist or-
ganisations to function without
official hindrance. The effect,
not onlv on Zionist groups but
on Jewish life generally, would
be catastrophic," Rabbi Miller
said.
A MESSAGE from President
Ford to the Presidents Confer-
ence was read at the rally. The
President said. "Your gathering
here is a reaffirmation of the
American belief in justice and
basic human values. I salute you
for the deoth of your convic-
tion and for the spirit which
motivates this rally."
The President's message went
on to say:
"We strongly deplore the link-
age of Zionism and racism. We
arc equally firm in our belief
that racism, in its real form,
should cease to exist. The United
Nations is weakened and its
credibility suffers when it takes
actions, under whatever guise,
which serve onlv to debase the
principles upon which the UN
was founded and to which its
charter is dedicated. I assure
vou the United States will re-
main steadfast in its support of
freedom and democracy, justice
and the rights of all people."
Israel's Ambassador to the
United Nations, Chaiin Herzog,
was greeted with tumultuous
cheers when he rose to speak.
REFERRING to his dramatic
gesture after the General As-
sembly vote when he tore the
anti-Zionist resolution in view
of all the delegates, Herzog de-
clared, "I tore it up in your
behalf, and thus, for us Jews,
it no longer evists."
THE ISRAELI envoy largely
reiterated his remarks before
the General Assembly. He said
that while addressing the As-
sembly, "I somehow sensed at
that moment the feeling of the
Jewish heart beating as one
throughout the world."
He praised the U.S. delegation
to the UN and observed that the
European community, too, stood
up for Israel in "a most impres-
sive manner."
Herzog added that, for the
first time in many years, "the
majority of the Black African
nations refused to support an
anti-Israel resolution in the face
of Arab pressure."
MRS. LFMI Rabin, wife of Is-
reali Pwnuer Yitzhak Rabin,
who addressed the sally, de-
ceased thai lev will no longer
he o'oi.ri* ill ,:ciitifin bv-
e there is State of Israel.
'We are the master of our
own fate," She said. "We are the
only ones to decide our f ,mirc."
She declared that the Jewish
people, eenhined with Israel,
constitute a strength that has
maue anti-Semitism meaning-
less.
Sen. Jacob K. Javits (R.. N.Y.)
told the rally, "As one who has
(Men a dilig'-nt supporter of the
I'm tod Nations since its found-
ing, I am hard put to Continue
my support for the UN in the
face of criticism by my Col-
leagues in the Congress, if such
offensive nonsense as this lat-
est PLO-inspired resolution is
given I he solemnity of a docu-
ment of the United Nations it-
self.
"And when a tyranny of the
majority rams it through the
General Assembly, the Amer-
ican people have every right to
demand to know what kind of
an organization it is that their
tax dollars are supporting."
BAYARD RUSTIN, the civil
riertts leader, and Manhattan
Borough President Percy Sut-
ton spoke for the American
Black community. Rustin de-
clared that "the racists who en-
slaved my people" are trying to
make racists out of some of the
most prominent defenders of
civil rights and opponents of
racism who are Jews.
He called the anti-Zionist
resolution a disservice to every
Black person in America be-
cause it weakens the real fight
against racism and apartheid.
Feminist leader Betty Friedan
said she joined the protest dem-
onstration "as a woman, as an
A'ii'-ricnn and as a Jew."
IEGAI NOTKl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
'NUTH JUDICIAL CRCU.T IN NO
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 75-34414
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE: Th. Man-lap pf-
CHRISTINE ANN K VINA IU.K.
Wife,
pvmi:i'."\i:i.s"\- RAINVIIXH.
TO-^AWKI.wmaON RA1NVILLE
17 n w pki Ri'' oi 'x
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vu i.WIKl. NELSON; RAIN-
vii | K arc hon-by notified thai a i
OlMWIUtton ol Mirrrlaae un-
der Florida BtaWtc 61 haa beer,
.. n,| ..,,,, Bre herabj '-
aulr#n to uerre a copy o your Anawei
,. .,. Hi,. Complaint on I cti
.... Wlf. alto...... HAROLD
Tl RTLBTAI'B. 9800 South 1
Highway, Miami, Florida J8J..0, ana
file lire original Answer or MeadlnB
n tl., office of the Clerk ol the Clr-
,.ui, Court-on or before the 5th daj
,,, December, i7. If you fail to do so,
udsmani by defaull will Ufcw
HKainal you for the ralli i manded
in the Complaint.
Thl notlre shall be published once
(our i onseeutlve wei K
hi THE JEWISH II >i:ll>lA\
noNE AND ORDERED Miami.
Florida, this 29th day of OeL, i
KUHAliP BR1NKBR
Clerk, i ii-''iiu Couri
Dade County, Florida
By; s. IAFFE
Deputy Olerk
HAROLD A. Tl KTI.KTAII!
mi.vm'% tor Petitioner \\ lie
WOO South Di\i-- Highway
Mlnml. I'li.mla JI1IMI
*65-I8M ,...! ll 7-14-21
She called on all women to
protest and denounce the racl il
resolution adopted by the UN.
Pay Bchetlk, president of the
American Zionist Federation
said the attack on Zionism is
clearly an attack on the J
people. "When Zionism is at-
d. Judaism is attacked."
she said.
Clarence Mitchell Jr.. a mem-
ber of the U.S. Mission to the
UN. said those countries that
voted against the anti-Zionist
measure were "voting out of
conscience that impels them to
stand for freedom and dem-
ocracy."
TIIK UFA'. Paul Moore. Epis-
copal Bishop of New York. Raid
that all Christiana are spiritual-
ly .Tews and that in a moment
of great danger such as the pre-
S'-nt one. not only Jews ere
threatened. He exnressed sun-
port of Zionism and the right
of Israel to live in peace and
security.
A large contingent of the Jew-
ish Defens League attended the
rally. Til v c ried a huge ban-
ncr proclaiming "Herzog Was
Right. The Jewish Leadership
Must Be Changed."
The slogan was a reference
to Her/og's recent critiscisn
that Jews in 'he U.S. and in Is-
rael reacted too passively when
the anti-Zionit draft was first
adopted by the General Assem-
bly's Third Committee last
month.
Hcr/og explained subseauent-
lv that his criticism was directed
at the Jewish man-in-the-street,
not the American Jewish leader
ship.
IfOAl NOTICE
NOT'CF OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH 'UDICIAL flMUiT
OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 75-?3986
f ENERAI JURISDICTION DIVISION
GE ACTIONI FOR D.SSO..UTION
OF MARRIAGE
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Lember 21, 1975
M^ist ffrrMtor,
Page 11-3
De Voiced UN Vote Will be Ineffective
,\VID LANDAU
^TZHAK SHARGIL
t.EM(JTA)Israeli
\ pressed confidence
the anti-Zionist and
(solutions adopted by
\-,\\ Assembly will be
for all practical
nil i -poses provided
L'nited States remains
(in its refusal to deal
jl'LO and honors the
made to Israel under
<1 the Sinai accord
^ii Egypt in September.
is here pointed out
neral Aswembly reso-
recommendntions on-
fat anv tangible steins
lent them have to be
(bv the Security Coun-
the United States and
-StxatttVU members
ritain, USSR and China
ito power.
IS. has pi 'dyed to Is-
lit will o**"**"*" anv ef-
fhange the terms of
of Securit* Council
.s '12 qnd 338 under
c r >--n i-ic<- confer-
established.
\^ *ii f5en*r1 Asse-i-
for PI/) participation
ddle But peace-mate-
is. inclutHw? t'>e C.e-
ti1 >ren0e, the Geneva
,f .,.,.n,-.. cinbo^i'-d in
iber, 1973, invitation
the co-chairman states
nl USSRsnecifi-
i th" iWTfW to th11 con-
riht to discuss and
liir.v additional partici-
IN THE interim accord pack-
age, the U.S. specifically com-
mitted itself to oppose the PLO
and deny it recognition until the
PLO agrees to accept Resolu-
tions 242 and 338 and recog-
nises Israel's right to exist.
Thus, the observers pointed
out, the Egyptian-sponsored
resolution inviting PLO parti-
cipation in peace talks remains
nu">rringl"ss as long as Israel
and the U.S. do not consent to
it. The same applies to the So-
vi :t call to the U.S. to have the
PLO invited since that cannot
be enforced without Israel*s con-
sent, they said.
Meanwhile, defiance of the
I'N's anti-Zionist resolution,
identifying Zionism as a form of
racism, continued to mount all
over Israel. School children be-
gan distributing a half million
"I am i Zionist" badges on Nov.
13 printed by the government
information service. Several
cities, led by Jerusalem, have
changed streets named for th"
UN to "Zionism Street" and Tel
Aviv Universi'y changed its
ntfme for a day to "University
of Zionism."
SCHOOL 'ihildren and thetr
p.-iints fl**nonsrrotd tbro'i'j'i-
out the countrv against th-' reso-
lution. A (T'oun of demonstra-
tors Chanted anti-UN slogans
0"tide of tV UN' headquarters
in Government Hnuse hre. On"
protestor eiimb on the nMf
and renlacsd in UN flag with an
Israeb flag but UN officials
promptly restored the UN flag.
Education Minister Aharon
Yadlin instructed all schools to
devote part of the school da\
to lessons on the history and
significance of Zionism. Likud
MK -Elimelech Rimalt intro-
duced a draft bi'l in the Krw&s?t
to amend Israel's "basic laws"
by defining the State of Israel
as the outgrowth and culmina-
tion of Zionism.
Ashkena/.ic Chief Rabbi Shlo-
mo Goren assail 'd the UN reso-
lution as a "racial, vicious and
criminal act" that struck at the
roots of the Jewish faith and
the Hiblical vision of the return
to Zion. Mrs. Rose Matzkin.
president of Had issah. said that
the UN resolution "will never
make us Jews turn racist." She
pledged that the H idassah Hos-
pital would "continue to serve
all men and women regardless
of race, religion or creed."
COMMENTATORS and the
public derived comfort from the
fact that everv democracy in
the world voted against the
anti-Zionist resolution and th?
Third World bloc, once a rub-
ber stamp of Arab actions
against Israel in the UN and 'ts
various agencies, was in this
case dramatically split. Com-
mentators pointed out that the
labbn Warns l/JV Move
arts to Eliminate hrael
iud from Page 1-B
|i o Egypt's role at the
nntent and timhic of
l"tions." he KJiid. "con
t'v nositive trend o|
i it was implicit in the
\\ i-t WMrh*i jree",'*nt.
fence can only b" achiev-
h rearWtt of ls"*0ft
Iristeno*. air>s ind ?*-
V to
hi- MOW). ctnip bit-
nointm^nts. de#*ite s"1-
easement of the oil-
PREMHSR ra)'-i on
i *wrv to 'iafafri "
It1' n)ot h^'n-" ""von
In:qg Zinmiwi. Judo-
[cfit" of Isr-K'1 anH the
......1: are one and the
ivWh f-ot"1 was i -'hu^d
Id of ?!'" >-"t--n to
Zion. Kahi l snio. ond this ideal
1 always unified the nation.
I cll noon the Jewish com-
rwmties in th Masnora to work
with greater effbl and energv
and d-votion to ensure the safe-
f find securJtv of Israel and the
Jewish peoole."
MEANWHILE, th !8>al-
Rpt^>t Joint Commission wet at
Bah in the Sin-'i aglin'fw it*
ptrnnd meatfug to discuss as-
pacts of f>> dis-"acmm
.,..........-!: Onlv military ner-
SOnn"l took part.
p,,t ^ffi'-ials h"'-.. said Is '1
wld hial't on ^i'ilian nartiH-
pnHan at "<> third "-ting, the
date of which is still to be an-
nounced.
Th" a.-'......WHU "'"; h.-jrc i -
plnmented accnr linn to rthed-
n1 with Envpti mtiona's at
t'v Ras Sudar fields last wed -
end.
rtwl PhMarmonir" J Subject
Of forte Fornm Talk
i-*e Fo"im^3Boai|a N.
.i ill prsf>m Hn-
Jd on Tu"sdav Nov. 25
,i ,:.,, pon W 't A
I Mia^i B*aan. Hr
"The Fon id'?*! an-1
r.r t'v TwaeJ Phflhar-
'hestra."
Hmnv,i w8 *<> '"-' l'r0''n
the American Academy ot
P'AnfUir Ann and Is a *i
0( th" Th-atre '3uild. H- h
,,....- .H in the H 'v -""d ah-om>
with George A'liss. Edward G.
(WWnsfai and tKhers.
\MW Chfti Chapter Activities
J"''-ii>r.>- of American
Women held a pre-
hmrheon n Tnurs-
li->"i.. of J'-ann^ I'm
iiincf-.l upjt was L'lly
tiona.1 board nv-nber
jnt<-r has also rlarnv'
for Wedrvs^av. N"
JO p.iu. at th" Had'
r -i..,vii 9aving<* Hank, So. Dixie
Highway and 101 St. An biter.
nict from th- R -"-t Association
will dis-ll "Wh-t To Do in
Case of a Heart Attack."
p -..-I Wall-n is th- chapt--''
p,..i.|l: me-"h^^hin vi-<-
p.^Mtf** ">> Mo'lv Rozyne'-
arift H-|pn H-h'-owit7.
looper mid Beelw Elected
MntppT wi /'"'ted
[of th*- board af direc-
ti Heart Institute at
[meeting of the board
es. He assumes the
Oorue JT. Reebc. elected to
nil Ho"TOr,a position on the
honrd of t-i.st"es is the "o-
Ciite publisher of the Miami
Herald. He h-> Horn a member
most important non-aligned
statesthose outside the Com-
munist or Arab blocseither
opposed the resolution or ab-
stained.
The anti-Zionist action ar the
UN also seems to have had a
s^ 'i "fleet in Israel. It re-
minded rsrael-boin youth that
Zionism was not merely some
vague ideology out of the past
that belonged to their parents
o. g-an.ii tints and applied on-
ly to Jews in diaspora cm:ntri;s.
Th" attars on Zionism and its
aquation with racism suddenlv
iohed youngsters into the real-
ization that whoever tii eliminat" Zionism was trying to
eliminate Israel and posed a
direct threat to their own fu-
ture lives.
THAT NEW apprr.iition of
the relevance of Zion'sm to
themselves was reflected in th-
massive outpouring of h*frh
school and univeni'tv MudetWs
in the past few days. At Isaat
10.000 high school Pupils Packed
the Tel Aviv municipal nla" to
hear former Premier Golda" M 'I."
atidfSSS them on Zionism and
the world They live in.
The UN resolution **e*M t^tt
once again a sword heMp i>
the future of the Jewiah Peopl**,
>'.-- y,"i<- said. Shf told th"
youths that it was up to them
to demonstrate, that. JevdSiness
and Zionism were o-te. She ob-
served that if Israel had a mil-
lion more Jews, no nation would
dare support resolutions such as
the one pass d this week and
no one would pay attention 0
the perpetrators of such resolu-
tions.
Thousands of college youth
rallied at the T?l Aviv Univer-
sity campus where they ap-
plaudd the re-naming of Me' i-
co Tlotis" .\L> iean Zionists
House." Tho-isinds more young-
sters d smonstrated at Ramai
Gan wher" the central phv.a
was re-named "Zionist Plaza "
THE ASSOCIATION of An,"
leans and Can i lians in Israel
w ill deli' er pi titions to their
r"S""cfi-,, .,.!> j >g in Tel \\ iv
congratulfllina the two govern-
ments fo' th -ir stand against
the anti/ioni-! "i asure. Rallies
w ire h"M on No", 11 in Jeru-
salem, Tel Aviv, Beersheba and
Haifa.
The l-'oi.""" Min'strv's staff
committee h*s asked all Minis-
try nf-sntm-1 at hom> and
abroad to wear "I am a Zionist"
badges.
The badges have been distrib-
uted twrrt ail I w mailed to all
Faraeli mBWMis abroad. But t!'e
overseas staffs were cautioned
th-t wearfns the badges did not
apply where s iCUrity consid
lions too'- prec vlenee.
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Miami, Florida Friday, Novtmber 21, 1975
13-3
'.ouis Hirsch is flanked by Rabbi Dr. Irving Lchrman
'right), member of the hospital board, and Saul M. Za-
(/, director.
Hirsch Makes Donation To
Hospital in Jerusalem
Louis Hirsch, Miami Beach
philanthropist and civic leader,
., made a major endowment to
ie Emergency Underground
Hospital of the New Shaare Ze-
dak Medical Center under con-
struction in Jerusalem.
Reacting to the recent explo-
sion in Jerusalem, Mr. Hirsch
said, "I am making this gift to
help those unfortunate people
who require immediate lifesav-
ipo treatment in times of emer-
gencies."
The announcement of Hirsch's
contribution was made in Jeru-
salem bv Max Stern, chairman
of the international board of
governors, and Prof. David M.
Maeir, director general of
Shaare Zedek Hospital.
Hirsch, who has been in the
forefront of activities for Israel,
recently made a major gift to
Jerusalem's Hebrew University.
Saul M. Zabel is the executive
director of the American com-
mittee of Shaare Zedek Hospi-
tal in the Southeastern United
States, with offices on Lincoln
Road.
Rabbi Kelemer To Speak At
Dinner Honoring Rabbi Lipschitz
Rabbi Yisroel Kelemer of
Beth Jacob Congregation, Los
Angeles, will be the principal
sneaker at the State of Israel
Ronds dinner honoring Rabbi
Max A. Lipschiu on Dec. 6 at
the Eden Roc Hotel.
Rabbi Kelemer, a nephew of
Rabbi Lipschitz, was born and
raised in Miami and is a grad-
Mizrachi Women
On the March
Miami Beach and Surfside
have turned over Dec. 2 to
American Mizrachi Women for
their Golden Jubilee door-to-
i solicitation campaign. The
men will march on Miami
during the week of Dec. 1, on
Hallandale on Dec. 3 and 4 and
I North Miami Beach on Dec
8 and 9.
The money obtained through
the campaign is earmarked for
feeding children in Israel in a
full-time nursery and providing
school supplies for kindergar-
: -, clothing for disadvan-
[d schoolchildren, and coun-
seling and guidance sessions.
A door or bumper sticker
ven to anyone making a dona-
tion reads: 'T Have Helped Sus-
tain A Child in Israel Through
erican Mizrachi Women."
The campaign is mounted
nually throughout the U.S.
this time of year.
1 rancine Katz is president of
llorida Council and Blanche
Minor is door-to-door sticker
ipaigfl chairman.
"Drawing Strength From Each Other"
On Nov. 16 nearly 40 leaders
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation Young Adults Divi-
sion returned from the United
Jewish Appeal's Koach Mission
to Israel, which brought 1.000
young American Jews together
in solidarity with the people of
Israel. YAD chairman Michael
Adler was among the Koach
participants. The following is a
story of his own experience:
The commitment of Michael
and Judy Adler to Israel is well
known to anyone involved in the
Young Adults Division of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
Michael is YAD chairman and
Judy participates in most of the
programs that are part of YAD
activities.
Like his friend and business
partner, Ike Goldemberg, Mi-
chael is a member of the Young
Leadership Cabinet of the Unit-
ed Jewish Appeal and was in-
strumental in helping to organ-
ize Miami participation in the
UJA Koach Mission to Israel.
It was Michael's fifth visit to
Israel and Judy's second. He
saw the value of Koach from
MICHAEL ADLER
the Jewish people can survive
two angles. First, it brought
1,000 young Americans to Is-
rael. Less obvious, however,
was that it gave American Jews
a better opportunity to learn
about each other. "It's only
through communication between
the various communities that
uate of the Hebrew Academy
and Mesivta High School. His
parents wev the late Cantor
Berele Kelemer and Rebecca
Kelemer.
Rabbi Kelemer was ordained
at Yeshiva University, from
which he holds Bachelor's and
Master's degrees in Education.
The weekend Beth Torah
Celebration honoring Rabbi
Lipschitz will feature a Kallah
led by Rabbi Kelemer. He will
lecture at services on Friday
night, Dec. 5, preach on Satur-
day morning. Dec. 6. and con-
duct a symposium with the Beth
Torah United Synagogue Youth
on the same afternoon.
Rabbi Kelemer is president of
the Rabbinical Council of Cali-
fornia. A member of the Board
of Rabbis' Special Radio and
TV Committee, he appears reg-
ularly as a panelist on KABC
radio and C'h. 2.
Chanukah Dinner Party
Includes Puppeteer
The Brotherhood of Temnle
I i; El is having a family chil-
dren's Chanukah dinner party
at 6:30 p.m.. Sunday, Nov. 30,
in the Tobin Auditorium of the
temple.
A show presented for the first
time in this area will feature
Anne Laven and her lifelike
puppets.
Deadline for reservations is
Wednesday, Nov. 26.
Temple Beth Solomon Plans
Anniversary Celebration
The State of Israel will pre-
sent the David Ben-Gurion
Award to civic and community
leader Anna Miller on Sunday,
Nov. 30 at the Temple Beth
Sholom Israel Dinner of State
at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Keynoting the event on be-
half of 1975-76 Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization cam-
paign will be Shlomo Lahat,
Mayor of Tel Aviv, who will re-
port on the Israeli Cabinet feel-
ings concerning the General
Assembly resolution equating
Zionism with racism.
Dinner chairmen Shirley Mil-
ler and Harold B. Vinik an-
nounce that Dr. Leon Kronish,
spiritual leader and national
campaign cochairman of Israel
Bonds, will report on a recent
meeting with Prime Minister
Yitzhak Rabin and other Cab-
inet members regarding the
Middle East situation.
Anna Miller is vice presi-
dent, Golda Meir Chapter,
American Jewish Congress, and
also a national board member;
vice president, Eddie Cantor
Group, Hadassah; vice presi-
dent. American Friends of He-
brew University; and treasur-
er, Douglas Home for the Aged.
She was the recipient of the
Anniversary Award for the
State of Israel's 25th anniver-
sary for her work in religious
and cultural activities at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. She has given
many scholarships to Hebrew
Union College and Hebrew Uni-
versity.
and can be strong," said Mi-
chael. "This communication is
our strength when adverse odds
are combating us. We can pull
together as one."
To illustrate this point, Judy-
noted that Koach had excited
attention even beyond America.
"We had a couple with us from
Australia, and that's amazing."
What impressed her most was
being able to converse for long
periods with educated Israelis.
"We had a terrific communica-
tion and interaction. It was a
really good experience, and it
was honest."
Michael, who talked to many
Israelis, educated or otherwise,
detected some concern as to
whether young Americans who
opted to live in Israel would be
able to make it. The Israelis
were also concerned for their
own well-being. "I think that
there is a certain despair, par-
ticularly on the part of young
people." he said, "as to what
they will be able to do or have
in the future. The young Sabra
feels that it's very rough to
live in Israel, and has expressed
this to us in various conversa-
tions."
A veteran of community and
national UJA missions, Michael
can judge the advantages and
disadvantages. "Each has dif-
ferent individual characteris-
tics." he noted. "It's a beautiful
thing when a community can
put on its own mission, but it's
equally important to learn about
each other."
Judy agreed. "I feel that ev-
eryone should come from the
States, but if it's a one-commu-
nity mission, there is the ad-
vantage that everyone keeps on
bumping into each other when
they get home and there is a
continuity in the comparing of
reactions."
In either case. Michael em-
phasized, "it is important for
mission participants to realize
that they are not in Israel for
just a few days. We're here in
spirit all the time, and we're
working for the dav when all
the Jewish people can live in
Israel if thev want to. Our peo-
ple from Miami arc coming
back, not just with a religious
experience, but with a cultural
experience."
Lehrfields To Be Honored at Banquet
Mt. Sinai's Annual Ball
Will Honor Doctors
Harry Gassel, president of
Kneseth Israel Congregation,
and Dr. David Lehrfield, the
Rabbi, have announced that the
honorees for the forthcoming
JNF Kneseth Israel Congrega-
tion Annual Banquet, planned
for Sunday. Nov. 30, at 6:30
p.m., will be Rabbi and Mrs.
Louis Judah Lehrfield, parents
of Rabbi David Lehrfield. A
music program has been ar-
ranged as part of the banquet.
Rabbi Louis Judah Lehrfield,
a resident of Jerusalem, was
for over 45 years the spiritual
leader of a synagogue in Chi-
cago.
A native of Chicago and a
graduate of the Theological
College, he was a member of
the institution's first graduat-
ing class.
He is also a graduate of the
University of Chicago, from
which he received his Ph.D.
Rabbi and Mrs. Lehrfield
ha< e three sons: Rabbi Dr. Joel
Lehrfield of the Lincolnv
Jewish Congregation of Lincoln-
wood, HI. (a suburb of Chi-
cago); Rabbi Dr. David Lehr-
field. a spiritual leade ol the
Miami community atu! Rabbi of
Kn Beth Israel Cone'- g ''ion.
an Rabbi Daniel L hri i d, who
lives with his
as a Rosh Ye Ye-
iagiv. The I
ha 14 grandchildren.
The affair is sponsor
M Mrs. M iu ice Simon.
nt Sinai Medical Center's
ll gala President's Ball.
this year honoring the more
600 doctors on its medical
staff, will be held on Saturday
ng, Dec. 13, in the ('..and
Ballroom of the Fontainebleau
Hotel
According to Mount Sinai's
ident and chairman of the
ball, Edward Shapiro, "the
Board of Trustees wanted to
express both its gratitude for
the significant role our doctors
have fulfilled in placing Mount
Sinai at the forefront of the
medical field, and also to ex-
press the heartfelt thanks of
the community at large for the
many valuable and unselfish
contributions the phyisicians
have made."
Dr. Everett Shocket, the Med-
ical tenters chief of staff, is
serving as honorary chairman
of the evening, with Jerry
Blank, Dr. Alexander Libow
and Dr. Arkadi Rywlin as co-
chairmen. They are assisted by
a committee of doctors, trus-
tees and leaders of community
service groups that support the
Medical Center.
A medical theme has been
"planned for the evening, and
Jerry Marshall and his orches-
tra will provide the music.
Shown at the cocktail party planning ses-
sion for Mount Sinai's Presidents Ball
to be held in honor of the medical cen-
ter's doctors are (left to right) Mount Si-
nai president Edward Shapiro, chairman
of the ball, and Mrs. Shapiro; Dr. Everett
Shocket, the medical center's chief of
staff and honorary chairman of the ball,
with Mrs. Shocket; and Dr. Alexander
Libow, one of the ball cochairmen, and
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chaw man of the L'crted J*aafr
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ROBEFT RUSSELL
JOSEPH H. KAATUt
JOSEPH COHEN
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F^-d He b fy.i'aer chair
of the Greater ILxrn CJA-IEF
raiiBM.il for the Jrwish F
eration. and ~*as canpai^n
chr-an for Israei Bonds is
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sell also :s a f^*-_c:
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dent of the He ore* Acane-nv
ueaauiet of K-.^r- : ao-
gregacon of Miami 3eack a.->d
a leader of the QftnMr Mi
Chapter of *e Americas Mad
Maajen David for !=T?e'. He
active is the Israel Bonds Or-
ganizatioa
NnHM 2 *ioe -
of the Hebrrw Ac*der memn-.r of the bna-4 of Sr-c-
tors of Bar-Can UnrversTtT. ac-
tive in Te-7t*e E iia- -Kt and a
founder of Mt Sinai HospitaL
He 13 a Founier of the Heb-e
m tyr ag ^^ ^ XIlsr.;
Beach.
Comedian Muton Berl? will
serve as f*a>tmasrer for the din-
ner, which is eapecKd to attract
akMi 1J00 Jewish coTmunai
leaders Berle will receive the
Acade-y Award for his oot-
Wrindina comno-jtions :o phitm-
throptc causes.
Bank^ Announce Men Names
Bank of Mjar-i 3jac* and
The Flakier 3a_i, :0 af Dade
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Annonncement of the ira-*e
changes to Intercontinental
ban.- effecti -_- Vr |7, was
m^d- by BM naki : SbotaaBB,
cha:.-^-.an of the hoa-d of di-
rectors of 3ank of HaaaJ
Beach, and Jai-Te E Pino, board
chwr^an of tk F!aeler Bank
and president of both hanks.
"Since our two hanks joined
tnaether earlirr this year."
Shobnan said, tt- ha** been
abl to provile va castofws
with a greater aefworV of bank-
ma services."
Acc->rcjn? to P-"-o tatercoa-
tkamtal Bart^s |aafj assers fn
erce of $IJ r~9tm. 'W* cor-
tinne to erperre^ce a* trarhen-
dhus" g'OW'J? patfera. paff&i
lariy in every area of msema-
bonal banians.'.' he said.
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an own hoose at the RbafJ
Cre*> Aw:WKit Chabh"
-M a- U a The social spon-
sored tr 'he TiiaTlifi Connna-
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*aai. JCC staff 1 arkar niD be
introduced tD the zrov:
NCCJ Vic* Prineat
Frank J Maarath. regional
drrecror. Fianda Re:oo Na-
tiooa! Conference of Christians
and ,'ew*. has beer :
rioa ^re<*dect for field -= r.
orient of NCCJ The announce-
nieai a-ss trade in New York
by Dr David Hyatt NCCJ pres-
Maf-a?*! is one of seven NC-
CJ region* director* to receive
the new title awarded for out-
-.: perfbrfiiaoce He faaa
been arM the NCCJ for 21
years. 11 of which he has
and aakad :n ye Greater ?'_
ami area.
BE.VJAMI.N J. SHCLMAN
Intercontinental Bank of Mi-
awa Beach, which as Bank at
Miaoa Beach oefeferataa its 20th
ytatr of ser-iee to the 00nu
mty. is af 99V Washington
Araani. It* n^w Alton Road
and 10th St. office offers re-
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United Methodist and
Ml Drnni Hm
bit erfartn Services
Kendaii L'ruted Method-
ist Charor and Beth David
Or^-emNi -x-.ii oamctpate in
two ecr-^enicai ser-ices
TV MM is tonight at 3 15
in Be*h Da'id 5 Soutf-. Dane
Aodnorrom Rev C. Eugene
Wmt of the KendaU United I
MatjMdha Church will be the
-Teacher and -re^.bers of
the Kerdaii congregation will
be in attendance
On Wednesday. Nor. 26. a:
"30 p.m.. a joint Thankagrrng
Service will he held rn the Ken-
daU United Methodist Church.
Rabbt Sol Landau of Beth David
Congregation wiB be the g-aest
preacher and Beth David mem-
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Woman of the Century Dinner Honors Mrs. Meir
luth Florida will play host Woman of the Centurv Dinner,
]}olda Meir, Israel's fourth Wednesday, Dec. 17, in the
minister and the first Grand Ballroom of the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
The special occasion, which
will climax the National Israel
Bond Cash Mobilization Cam-
paign, will be reserved for
those persons who have pur-
chased and paid a minimum of
$1,000 or more in Israel Bonds
since Sept. 5, 1975.
According to dinner chair-
man and general campaign
chairman Robert L. Siegel, Mrs.
Meir's visit to South Florida
will mark the occasion as one
*$
of the most significant and his-
toric events in the life of our
community. She comes as a
true spokesman of Israel's peo-
ple at a time when their nation,
striving for peace and a peace-
ful coexistence, is besieged
with anti-Zionism and "infa-
mous" resolutions by Third
World countries.
On the occasion of the of-
ficial observance of Israel
Bonds' Silver Anniversary, the
men and women who have pur-
chased S25,000 or more in
1975, known as members of the
Prime Minister's Club, will re-
ceive the club award and sit
on the dais with Mrs. Meir.
These include Joseph Apple-
baum, Moises Berezdivin Shep-
ard Broad, Hyman Chabner,
William B. Chersky, Mrs. Rose
Cohen, Julius Darsky, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph M. Drexler, Ben
Fixman, Samuel N. Friedland,
Jerrold F. Goodman, Nathan E.
Greenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Moses
Hornstcin, Leonard L. Luria,
Allan Mirel, Herman Oberman,
Dr. Bernard Rachlin, Mr. and
Mrs. Mitchell Robin, Alexander
S. Salz, Ruth Y. Schaffzin, Sol
J. Schreiber, Robert L. Siegel,
Harold Slater, Nathan Slewett,
Don Soffer, Medardo Tuchman
and Nathan Winokur.
Invitations to the dinner will
include members representing
the Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization, Robert L. Siegel,
chairman; South Broward
County, William Littman, chair-
man, board of governors; and
North Broward County, Robert
M. Hermann, chairman, board
of governors. Executive Direc-
tor of the South Florida Israel
Bond Organization is Milton M.
Parson.

GOLDA MEIR
i.in ever to hold the head
tate position, when she re-
special presentation
I rating 25 years of
le (I Israel Bonds at the
Bearman Elected To
rs Executive Committee
Irs. Julius E. Rearman of
Bple Judea, Coral Gables,
elected to the executive
nmittee of the National Fed-
Jtion of Temple Sisterhoods!
[the joint convention of the
TS and the Union of Amer-
Hebrew Congregations in
[las, early in November.
Irs. Bearman, who has been
fcember of the NFTS board of
fetors since 1973, also serv-
fon the executive board of,
Bctors of the Southeast Fed-
lion of Temple Sisterhoods,
[past president of Temple
lea Sisterhood, she is an of-'
fcr of the congregational
Ird.
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fMiami and a resident of!
kth Florida since 1940, Mrs.
jrman is active in organiza- {
rial work in the Jewish com-;
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lestaurant Plans
To Aid ZOA
Shalom Embassy Kosher Res-
^fant on Washington Ave. in
ami Beach has announced a
^cial dinner, Tuesday, Nov.
from 4 to 10 p.m. An all-
^-can-eat smorgasbord and a
ice of 15 main dishes are
rmed.
Ul proceeds will go to the
brld Zionist Organization to
\p in their fight against the
Resolution equating Zion-
with racism.
pg Shabbat Honors
Jge and Bar Mitzvah
The Oneg Shabbat following
fvices this evening will be
toted jjy the Miami Lakes
fiai B'rith Lodge No. 3009 in
nor of B'nai B'rith Sabbath
. also by Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
Rotberg in honor of their
p, Kenneth, who will become
Mitzvah on Saturday morn-
nocratic Club Lunch
The Democratic Women's
hb of Dade County regular
icheon meeting was held yes-
Iday at the Miami Women's
hb. The program included
flights of the 1975 Legisla-
Session, with U.S. Sen.
rge Firestone and State
Bill Flynn in a question-
tj-answer period.
srsery School Celebrate*
The children of Temple Adath
bhurun Nursery School will
ebrate Thanksgiving by
iring Pilgrim and Indian
ts and Ice they have prepared. For
Lnukah they will present a
on Friday, Dec. 5, at 10
_at ihe Temple.
YOU CAN VOTE TOO!
The United Nations General Assem-
bly has voted to equate Zionism with
racism. You can express your outrage
over this "obscene act" as U.S. Rep-
resentative to the U.N. Leonard Gar-
ment has referred to this hate laden
resolution by becoming a member
of a Zionist group.
By becoming a member* or by re-
newing your membership in an active
Zionist group, you have the opportun-
ity to make your voice heardto edu-
cate yourself and to motivate the
community concerning the nature of
Zionism and the Zionist ideal.
THERE IS STRENGTH IN NUMBERS!
THIS IS THE TIME TO STAND UP AND BE COUNTED!
BECOME AN ACTIVE ZIONIST TODAY!
AMERICAN ZIONIST FEDERATION SOUTH FLORIDA ZIONIST FEDERATION
MRS. HARRIET GREEN.. President
PHONE (305) 538-6213
* Yes, I want to vote. I wish to become a
member of a Zionist group. Send me
information on the following:
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ALLIANCE
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send to:
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Suite 600
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Jemsti Fkridiatjn
Page 17-B
Dash To Be Guest of Honor
J Lawyers Division Luncheon
Samuel Dash, former chief
.; ;i the Senate Water-
j t( Committee, will be g^est
SAMUEL DASH
of honor and principal speaker
en Monday, Dec. 1, at a lunch-
eon sponsored by the Lawyers
Division of the Greater Miami
I rapter of the American
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity.
The noon event, to be held
in the Assembly Room of the
DuPont Plaza Hotel, is open to
all attorneys.
Dash, who served as staff di-
rector of the United States Sen-
ate Select Committee on Presi-
dential Campaign Activities
4 m
(the Watergate Committee).
speak en "Morality and the
Law.''
Marshall S. Harris, vice pres-
ident of the Greater Miami
Chapter of the American
I ids, is luncheon chairman.
A member of the Florida Board
of Regents and former Dade
County state representative,
Harris is the 197o campaign
chairman of the United Way
of Dade County.
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro, a
past president of the Greater
Miami Chapter of the Amer-
ican Friends and past president
of Temple Emanu-El of Miami
Beach, is associate chairman of
the meeting. Announcement of
acceptances by Harris and
Judge Shapiro was made by
Herbert Buchwald, president of
the Greater Miami Chapter,
which supports the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.
Other members of the com-
mittee include Judge Frederick
N. Barad, Jordan Bittel, Philip I
Bloom, Shepard Broad, Philip
Brooks. Herbert Buchwald, Al-
vin Cassel, Michael Colodny.
Judge Irving Cypen, Leon J.
El!. Richard K. Fink, Seymour
Gelber, Richard E. Gerstein.
Howard J. Hollander, Lewis M.
Kanner, Gerald Katcher, Barry
Kutun. Marshall J. Langer, B.
J. Lavne, Robert Leen, Norman
H. Lipoff. Michael H. Male.
Mrs. Ana Brener Meyers, Stan-
ley C. Myers. Stanley Newmark.
Joseph Robbie. Judge Alan R.
Schwartz and Josh Sirkin.
Gruiihut Named to Honorary Post
By Jewish National Fund
Abraham Grunhut. president
of the Jewish National Fund of
' iter Miami, was elected by
ABRAHAM GRUNHUT
1 he. board of directors of the
Jtwisb National Fund of Amer-
ica 'at the Nov. 6 meeting to
serve as an honorary vice
chairman of the JNF Associa-
tion of America.
"This position is accorded to
you," said Abram Salomon, ex-
ecutive vice president of the
L Jewish National Fund of Amer-
| ica, "in recognition of your dis-
tinguished leadership and serv-
ice to JNF. Israel and the Jew;
isb community in this country-'
Grunhut will attend the bi-
monthly meetings of the JNF's
board of directors.
Born in Germany. Grunhut
emigrated to Palestine in 1932
and served there with the Brit-
Hagane, the Pal-
nd the Israel Army.
Grunhul worked in every
in in Israel, and
' with the creation.
administration and safekeeping
of the nation's currency. He
has been with.Washington Fed-
eral Savings and Loan since
1956. and in 1971 he traveled
to Zaire to help create a sav-
ings and loan -system there.
Grunhut is vice president of
Technion. treasurer of Israel
Histadrut of Creater Miami,
member of the Miami Israel
Bonds executive committee,
and the Greater Miami Federa-
tion Committee on Jewish Edu-
cation, and an executive or
member of many other organi-
zations. ___
Young Israel Sisterhood ,
Plans Arts and Crafts Fair
Mrs. Sam Gruen, president of
the Sisterhood of Young Irrael
of Greater Miami, has announc-
ed that Mrs. Martin Brody and
Mrs. Walter Fingerer will be
cochairmen of an arts and crafts
fair to be held Sunday. Nov. 30,
at the John F. Kennedy Junior
High School in North Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Brody and Mrs. Finger-
er will work with Mrs Joseph
Shuman. Mrs. David Leibowitz.
Mrs. Morton Freiman, Mrs. Ira
Ginsberg, Mrs. Robert Weiss-
bloom and Mrs. Steven Gold-
berg to coordinate the exhibits
and the day's activities.
Sunshine Chapter Party
The B'nai B'rith Women of
the Sunshine Chapter" 1025 will
hold their 17th birthday party
and paid-up membership affair
on Tuesday. Dec. 2, at 11:30
a.m. at the Beau Rivage Hotel.
The guest speaker will be
Al Golden, and there will he a
sing-along.
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Judy Drucker IS anted Bonds
Performing Arts Chairman
The director of the Temrle
eth Sholom Great Artists Se-
s, .Mrs. Judy Drucker. h;.s
named chairman of the
rmiiig aits fr ,he Greater
Pioneer Women
Han Activities
I Hat Chapter will hold ::s
mual Chanukah celebration
Tuesday, Nov. 25. a: 7:30
m. in the Washington ].
-..'.ings and Loan Association
.uditorium on Washington
Mrs. Frieda Levitan. program
I nairman, and Mrs. Faye Bruck-
er, cultural committee chair-
nan, have arranged a tradition-
al Chanukah program for the
meeting. Mrs. Rena Miller,
rresident. will chair the ses-
sion, which also will hear re-
ports of the Pioneer Women's
participation in a national ac-
tion movement to oppose the
I'nited Nations' anti-Zionist
resolution.
6 & &
Pioneer Women Club No. 1
will hear Mrs. Harriet Green.
president of the Pioneer Wom-
tn Council of South Florida,
at a Sunday, Nov. 23, luncheon
benefiting Israeli orphans. The
12:30 p.m. event will be at the
Raleigh Hotel. Further informa-
i Don is available at Pioneer
[ Women offices.
Mrs. Esther Weinstein will
I present a musical program.
Harry Dolin, a supporter of
B'nai BYith and the Labor Zion-
ist Movement of which Pioneer
Women is a central organiza-
| tion, will be honored at the
nincheon.
Mrs. Sophie Krantz, president
! of Club No. 1, said Mr. Dolin
' has been generous in support-
ing various programs benefit-
ing Israel orphans.
it
Golda Meir Chapter will
meet on Wednesday, Nov. 26. at
noon at the Washington Fed-
eral Auditorium to hear Mrs.
Farah Helfand review "Reflec-
tions on a Teapot" by Ronald
Sanders.
Mrs. Katherine Lippman,
chapter president, will report
on the communitywide protest
rally held at Temple Emanu-El
last week under the auspices
of the American Zionist Feder-
ation, of which Pioneer Women
I is an organizational member.
Mrs. Green served as general
chairman of the rally, which
;.attracted an overflow attend-
ance of 4,000.
JUDY DRUCKER
South Florida Israel Bonds Or-
ganization, it was announced
today by executive director
Milton M. Parson.
M:s. Drucker. a graduate of
the University of Miami School
of Music, has performed in
opera and nightclubs. She has
provided Miami with outstand-
ing artists by enlisting the
services of world-renowned
pianists and violinists.
For her work on behalf of
Israel she received the State of
Israel Atzmaut Award.
Former booking manager of
the Miami Philharmonic, Mrs.
Drucker is the director of the
School of Fine Arts of Temple
Beth Sholom and of the Lowe-
Levinson Art Gallery at the
Temple.
In making the announcement.
Parson stated that Mrs. Druck-
er's devotion and her programs
of entertainment have helped
to achieve an overwhelming
response from the community
in support of State of Israel
Bcr.is.
Rabbi Jolt at Temple Zion
As part of Temple ZiorTs con-
tinuing adult education monthly
forum series, Rabbi Harry Jolt
will be the guest speaker this
evening, 8:15. His topic of dis-
cussion is "Where Are We Go-
ing? An Itinerary For The Jew
In The Third Century U.S.A."
Lloyd's
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"Here Is Israel," Multimedia Musical,
To Play in Miami Beach in December
"Here Is Israel," presented
by the Israel Government Tour-
ist Office and El-Al Airlines, is
sponsored by the Zionist Or-
ganization of America. There
will be a performance at South
Convention Hall, Miami Beach,
on Sunday, Dec. 14, at 8 p.m.
Starring in "Here Is Israel"
are the Trio Ktzeh Hasade,
thr^e young men who have en-
tertained the Israeli Defense
Forces, toured kibbutzim and
performed Israeli songs and
their own compositions in
many shows in Israel; Yehuda
Engel, the music director, a
composer and condnctor of the
Kibbutzim Symphony Orches-
tra and the Kibbutz Youth Or-
chestra, and the Haifa Cham-
ber Chorus; singer Aviva
Schwarz, who starred in the Is-
raeli version of "Jacques Brel
Is Alive and Well ." and ap-
peared in "Only Fools Are
Sad" on Broadway; Uri Ten-
nenbaum, mime and a pro-
tege of Marcel Marceau; and
Yona and David Yellin, two
American singers who emi-
grated to Israel and have per-
formed on Israeli radio and tel-
evision.
"Here Is Israel" is produced
and directed by Shmuel First-
enberg. An Israeli arts and
crafts exhibit is traveling with
the production.
"Here Is Israel" which was
specially prepared for North
American audiences, is cospon-
sored by JWB, the American
Zionist Youth Foundation, the
American Zionist Foundation
and Israel Aliyah. The produc-
tion includes an introductory
text in English, special scenery
and film sequences that blend
with the music.
The Stratford performance
was presented by the Bridge-
port Jewish Community Center
in connection with its 50th an-
niversary. Daniel Rose, presi-
dent of JWB, presented the
Bridgeport JCC with a scroll
to honor the occasion.
The premiere performance of
the American-Canadian tour of
"Here Is Israel," a multimedia
musical production touring
under the auspices of the
JWB Lecture Bureau, took
place on Oct. 11 at the Ameri-
can Shakespeare Festival The-
atre in Stratford, Conn.
All seats are reserved, and
tickets are available at the au-
ditorium box office and ZOA
office.
Gty of Hope Chapters Plan Luncheons
The first annual Hope for
Life luncheon of the Dade
Chapter of the City of Hope
will be on Tuesday, Dec. 2, at
noon at the Doral's Starlite
Roof, according to Mrs. Leona
Schwadel, Dade Chapter presi-
dent.
Guest of honor is Mrs. Ida K.
Rauch, who will receive the
medical center's Heritage
Award for her efforts on be-
half of the City of Hope and
other philanthropic and civic
activities in Miami and Holly-
wood. A native of Worcester,
Mass., Mrs. Rauch is a life
member of the City of Hope.
Larry J. Paskow, owner of
the Harbor Island Spa and a
member of the national board
of trustees of the City of Hope
will report on his Septembei
visit to the medical center.
I
Luncheon chairperson is Mrs.
Gladys Luria, cochairperson is
Mrs. Ethel Gordon, ticket chair-
person is Mrs. Evelyn Sher-
wood. Mrs. Sylvia Kurzon and
Mrs. Esse Geber are Dade
Chapter vice presidents.
The 62-year-old free non-
sectarian medical center spe-
cializes in treatment and re-
search in cancer, cardiac and
chest diseases, leukemia, dia-
betes and metabolic disorders,
genetic and neurological mal-
function. Many of its discover-
ies are now standard proced-
ures in hospitals everywhere,
and an international free con-
sultation service is available
to physicians and hospitals.
a a &
The Teddy Grant Men's
Chapter of the City of Hope
will hold its annual new mem-
ber reception luncheon on Sun-
day, Dec. 7, at 1 p.m. at the
Beau Rivage Hotel, according
to Ralph Marder, chapter pres-
ident.
Chairman of the event is
Jack Lippson, cochairman is
Henry Menchel. Mrs. Rose Mil-
ler is program coordinator,
Mrs. Bess Plasky, a member
of the medical center's national
board of directors, will review
current research and treatment
projects.
A program of entertainment
and dancing as well as other
reports is being prepared.
Art Is Highlight of Israel Expo
An exhibition encompassing
their works and attended by
several of Israel's most promi-
nent artists will open Thursday,
Dec. 4. for the weeklong Israeli
Expo Market Place of Peace at
Temple Beth Sholora, Miami
Beach.
Highlighting the event will be
the arrival of Moshe Oat whose
portfolio "People of Israel" wiU
have its first American show-
ing-
Five years in the making and
the major work of his lifetime,
the 60 scenes required Gat to
travel in the Israeli countryside
for an entire year.
His work on the gouaches
was hahed when injuries suf-
fered during the Yom Kippur
War hospitalized him. But they
are complete now, and 13 com-
prise the portfolio. Two hun-
dred portfolios of signed color
lithographs will be available for
purchase. Several of Gat's
earlier works will also be dis-
played.
THE WORKS of Romanian-
bom Reuvin Rubin who de-
voted more than 60 years to
painting Israel will also be
on exhibition, as will the water-
colors and charcoal sketches of
Jotsi Stern.
Stern was declared Israel's
official artist in the Jewish
State's struggle for independ-
ence in 1947.
Also shown will be the works
of Batia Adith, the award-win-
ning Sabra whose love of hei
homeland is reflected in het
paintings, sculpture and graph-
ice.
Adith has been concentrating
on a series of cast-aluminum
relief sculptures of religieus
subjects, hand-polishing each
after its removal from the mold.
Part of the art collection that
will be exhibited in the Haft
Swedroe Gallery of the Shouk
Hashalom is presented through
the cooperation of the Pucker-
Safrai Gallery (Jerusalem and
Boston).
Other works include litho-
graphs and silk screens of
Moshe Gat's "Old Shepherd in the Desert
Samuel Bak, the canvases of
poet-painter David Sharir, seri-
graphs and watercolors of kib-
butz painter Shragra Weil,
woodcuts by German-born
Jakob Steinhardt depicting the
anguish and gloom of prewar
Berlin, and the oils of Adolf Ad-
ler.
The struggles and tribulations
that have made Israel the proud
nation she is can be appreciated
through the art of her children.
Expo will feature 72 interpre-
tations of the Yom Kippur War
as seen through the eyes of Is-
raeli youngsters.
Another work on view will be
the huge mural painted by Mi-
ami architect Kenneth Treister
and the late Danny Tell, an Is-
raeli architecture student in the
US before his recent untimely
death. "A Pictorial Saga of Jew-
ish History" is a series of ten
panels, each depicting the epic
struggles of the 4,000-year Jew-
ish survival.
Judaica artifacts, such as
jewelry, and antiquities repre-
senting the works of Michael
Kaniel, "The Collector," will be
displayed.
J W V Post 778 To Present
Flog to Boy Scouts
The Jewish War Veterans of
South Dade Post No. 778 will
present a flag that has flown
over the Capitol in Washington
to Boy Scout Troop 502, of
which it is a sponsor.
The presentation will be
made at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday,
Nov. 25, in the Youth Lounge
of Temple Beth Am by Alyin
Rose, commander, Ben Clein,
past commander, and Arnold
Nevins, senior vice command-
er. Herb Neucnan is Scoutmas-
ter.
The cast of "Here Is Israel," which will be presented in
Miami Beach on Dec. 14. The multimedia musical, which
opened in Stratford, Conn., in October, will have appear-
ed in cities all over the U.S. and Canada before ending
its tour on Dec. 31.
Hillel Children To Model
In Chanukah Fashion Show
On Saturday, Nov. 29. the Hil-
lel Community Day School will
hold its annual Chanukah party
and children's fashion show at
the Hallandale Jewish Center.
The sponsor of the event is
the Men and Women for Hillel.
Children from pre-nursery
through ninth grades will mo-
del fashions from J. C. Penny
department store. A Chanukah
party will follow and the first-
grade class will lead the bless-
ings over the Chanukah candles.
Betty Weinberg and Paul
Camel are the copresidents of
Men and Women for Hillel.
GERTRUDE N. SOLOMON
UNVEILING
The dedication of a monument
to Hie memory of the late
GERTRUDE N. SOLOMON
will take place Sunday,
November 16th at 1 P.M.
ot Mt Webo Cemetery with
Rabbi Mitchell Chefitz
officiating.
Friends ono" relatives are
invited to ahtni.
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ANSWERS: DANGERFIELD, LEVINSON LEWIS,
WYNNE MOSTEL, ADAMS, AMSTERDAM, GREENE,
REINER*, CARTER, STILLER, WILDER.
Traditional Food
Is a Delight
Chanukah comes early this
year, so you're probably plan-
ning your holiday dinners and
parties already. You'll undoubt-
edly include many traditional
foods your family has come to
expect on special occasions like
this. Chances are the name
Manischewitz is on your shop-
ping list because Manischewitz
has been known for traditional
Jewish foods since 5649. For
foods like cool, refreshing rich-
red borscht like tasty gefilte
fish and crispy matzos. And now
there's Manischewitz's new
"souper soups" Noodle. Rice,
and Matzo Ball all Kosher
and parve, all packed in clear
glass jars. Look for Manische-
witz's complete line of tradition-
al Jewish foods in your market
and plan some delightful Chan-
ukah meals around them.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY .
PROBATE DIVISION
J. OWVNN PARKER
PROBATE NO. 75-4353
In RE: Estate of (
MARY LAISEBIN
"NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All CroeitofO and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Against said
Estate:
you are hereby notified! and requir-
ed to present any claims ami demands
whi'-li vc,u may have afatnst the es-
tate Of MART? I.AISKRIN. de-
Dade County, Florida,
to the Circuit Judges of Dade County.
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 7W.1S, Florida
Statutes, in their offioea n the i nun-
U Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida within f"iir calendar months front
the' time of the flrut publication here-
of, or the same will b
First publication of this notice on
i iv .f Not ember A
JOSEPH W M M.KK
As Administrator OTA.
First publication of this notice on
the ilst day of N'ovemher, 1973.
JOSEPH W. MA1.KK /
Attorney for Administrator. C.T.A.
J50 Lincoln RoadSuite 591
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
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Page 23-B
Sky Lake Garden Residents
Plan Ambulance Dedication
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its of ky Lake Gar-
lominium of North Ml-
i will dedicate an arr.-
to tiie Magen Da Israel's Red Cross s ".-
. 11:38 a.m. Sunday, Nov.
> social hall.
i of the American
mu!. I '. the
.. :;' ,, i ..
md accept funds for the
', v'l take '
m iica-
! the -.....ssful f"" I-
: e. which resulted in
ambulance provided
;>i' ( Nra?l by South
wry, is Harry Schuch.
j chal m of the H'gh
. Committee of Sky
i;\!m Condominium.
' sparked the ambulance
t gn.
-s na the committee w'-->
inicinate in the Nov. 30
-- include Abe Kurlander,
-.: Dessner, Jack Steinberg.
[:rris Solomon and Phil Fein-
J -O
T'ia principal speaker at the
;,- v-rionies will be David Cole-
-i of M'ami Biach, Florida
,-_ president of the Amer-
i Magen Da'id for Is-
i' Coleman, who returned
gently from a survey rnis-
iifr. to Israel, is a national
wrir for Israel Bonds and the
Jnited Jewish Appeal.
So! Drescher, also of Miami
teach, Southeastern regional

DAVID COLEMAN
chairman of the Red Magen
Da\id. will accept a check from
the Sky Lake condominium
owners for the national blood
bank being built in Israel by
th? Red Magen Da\id.
Others who will take part in-
clude Samuel Reinhard, Florida
state chairman, and Gerald
Schwartz, regional director of
the American Red Magen Da-
vij.
The ambulance will be ship-
ped to Israel from the Port of
Miami following the ceremonies.
Drescher said.
Shimoni Named Keynoter
tf IHF Founders' Day Lunch
E namMl Shimoni, Israel's
\ general for Pennsyha-
, 'Mawaie and southern New
- will 'be- the keynote
eater at the Founders' Day
jncheon of the Israel Hista-
t Foundation of South Flor-
it the Fontainebleau Hotel
b-i Sunday, Dec. 7.
According to luncheon chair-
ru.i Judge Herbert S. Shapiro,
ihimoni will speak in tribute
t) those local individuals who
have become founders through
.'tamentary bequests to the
iistadrut Foundation during
1975.
ets for the Founders' Day
JOn, an annual commu-
i"; event on behalf of the Is-
lasl Kistadrut Foundation, are
'. lilable from the Histadrut
tizs, Miami Beach.
EMANLEL SHIMONI
bituaiics
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|;jAI NOTICE
NOTICE L'NDER
PIC" ~ IOU3 NAME LAW
\.y i- HIVES ll
- tltlou
Jl'ST T V '8 AND Al'DD I
Perrlne P
-a [d name w I
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
C untj Florida.
SHELDON i.kyink
11 21-2i 12 '
11
JDC Council Elects Golden
Alfred Golden, prominent in
South Florida community af-
*flu>5,*ha been rflecfefl Mf the
Natkfial Council of the Amer-
ican Jewish Joint Distri
Committee.
Mr. Gulden, vice p
cf Rfrewid
IS rfl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTRE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Hi- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MIRIAM MARKEt at 1412 8.W. 3
Street. Miami, Pla. 3.T135 Intends to
register mM name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
PEDRO AH1AS
11 21-M 12'5-1J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO. 75-36778
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
HI.ANCA I.IC1I.A RERMl'DEZ.
Petitioner.
V
ABRAHM HERMCDEZ
Reipofident.
T"; ABRAHM RERMl'DEZ
Residence I'nknnwn
YOU ARE XOTIFIED that an ae-
tlon for dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you ar
-lU'red to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, If any, to it on hyi.aN
H k't'l"r Petitioner's attorney
whose address Is 420 Lincoln Rd.. Mi-
ami Reach, F'orida. on or before D-
cember 2S, 1975, and file the original
with the Clerk of thle Court either
before service on Petitioner's attor-
ney or immediately thereafter, other-
wise a default will he entered against
you for the Relief demanded in the
romilaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court on November IS. 1975.
Richard P. Drinker
As Clerk "f Said Court
By I.. SNEFHEN
as Peputy Clerk
11/21-28 12 5-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CASE NO. 75-35111
(J. Herin Div. No. 1)
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
IN HE: The Marriage of:
JOYCE E MALI.OY. Wife.
Petitioner.
CLARENCE K. M ALLOY Husband.
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Clarence K Maliloy
Residence I'nknown
YOU ARK HEREBY notified that
an action for Dissolution of Marri-
age has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy t>l
your written defenses, il any. to It
on LEON G. NlfHOl S. Petitioners
Attorney, whose address is St S w
8:h Street. Miami. Florida. SJ180, on
or before December 2. 19K, .'t"1
the original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on Pen-
I ,..;. Attorney or immediatelv
thereafter; otherwise a default ml
be entered against you for the relief
demtnded in the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal oi mis
(..art on November IT, 1975
RICHARD P. BRIXKER
As Clerk of the Court
By C. P COPELAND
as Detwty Clerk
11/21-2H 12 5-12
ISI THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
NO. 75-36810
ACTION FOR D SSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
GENERAL JUR'SDICTION DIVISION
I -e rhe marring? of:
KK'SSiK VIRGINIA PERSAD.
Petitioner,
CHANDAR PERSAD
mondent,
TO: CIUWDAR PERSAD
, o 9 MAHARAJ
c/o Magistracy
S in Fernando
Trinidad. West Indies
rotl ARE HEREBY NOT'KIKD
that an action for Dissolution of Har-
M has been filed against you and
% m ITS required to serve a copy of
vo.tr Wrttte* defenses, if any. to It on
i.i .HIS GI-AZER. tfttorney fpf P-ti-
..- hse atweaa is llTll Pirf-
cayne'Boulevard. North Miami. Flor-
ida and file the original with toe
Cl-rk of -he above styled court or. or
before DecembWr 28. 1975; otherwise
a judgment may be entrl .taau.st
you for the relief demanded io the
complaint or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the sea' n'
said coort a< Mian* Pl^- ''. >rl thi*
17th dav of November, 19.S.
PK'HARD P. BRIXKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
By: C P COPEI-AND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal) -
* U/tlstl 12/5-12
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tunn, Ltvltt, F.D. Albert Liijlon, F O.
board of cir^.: I Gftater
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Open Evert 0*T C/.ieW SoM>-ff>
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 266-2888
PALMERS
miMU MONUMfcNT COMPANY
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means someone cares
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
Senrini the Jewish Community since 1138
ORTHODOX
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Em jnuel Gordon (1946) Ike Gordon
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Telephone BS8-SSM
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When a loss occurs
away from home.
mm BROTHERS
FOREST PARK CHAPEL, INC.
Here and in New York,
to assure swift and
understanding service.
Dade County
949-1656
13385 West Dixie Highway
Represented by S Lev tt, F.O.
New York: (212) 263-7600 Queens Blvd & 76th Rd, Forest Hills-; N.Y.
Broward County
925-3396
1921 Pembroke Rd.
IE0AI N0TKE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE
6' EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOHN R. BLANTON
PROBATE NO. 75-7279
In RK: Bstate of
OUsElLA STEKN
deceasr''! -
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and An Persons H:n-
ln* ClaMns '>r Demands Against HM
E-i.ur:
You are hereby tMtKled and re'iuir-
d to present any claims and demands
whMi y>u may have Rf^nat the w-
ceased late ol L>ade Ounty. Florida.
to rh. Clr mi Judges of Dade County.
a I file the Ji' in iluplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16 Florida
s atuces In tl*dr offMea m the (oun-
v ConrtHouse in Dade O'unty. Flor-
ida within four <-ilendar months from
t>ie time of the (Irst nublicatlon here-
of, or the earn* will be barred.
Flld sr .Miami. Florida, this 18th
dav ..f N'r.v-rr*er. AD. 17S
KATH1.KEN S. WHITE
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
rhe iim dbv Of November. J9W^_
FRf.MBKK'i. FROMBWFK3 ROTH.
HV I.YNN F'ROMBERO
Attorney for estate of
(J1SELI A STP.R.N
Kathleen S. White, Executrix
13 West Flakier St.. Suite M-102
Miami. Florida 33130
LEGAL NOTKf
IN TH CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE OIVISION
JOSEPH NESBITT
PROBATE NO. 75-7278
[n RE: Estate ot
BMslNI Bi. A HEKXHAN'.i
deceaev I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
ing < : me or Demai i- Against Said
I e: ,
You arc hereby tiotlffeu and requir-
t-,1 [ii preeent any elahM and demands
u-htch >j may Iflive aiminst tiie ee>
,1 of BMANUEL A BERNHANQ
,.,.. rate f Okie County, Florida.
'ci 'he Circuit Judges of Iude County,
and tile ;hc sam.- in duplica'.
i,r.>v;de Statutes, in their offices in the Boun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within four oateniiar months from
tune of the first publication Nere-
of. or the samr "ill be b-irrwi.
F.led at Miami, Florida, this lHtli
day nl Niwrp'rer. AD L9T8 t
FLAGSHIP F'KST NATKlN*L.r
HANK "F MA Ml BEACH
BY: PKTF.K A ISAiA
As Exe.-utor
First publication of this nolte'e on
the 21.-, d ly of November. 1H71?
FHiiMIIEK'i. FHOMBHRG ROTH.
PA
I.YNN W FROMBERQ Esquire
Attorneys for The Kslate nl
Emanuel A Bernhann
ilOl) E Hallandale Beach Blvd..
Suite 301
Hallandale, Florida 3390S
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