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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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^Jewish Floridian
Cbmbiniog THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 47 Number 7
Miami. Florida Friday, February 15, 1974
T.iree Sections Price 25 cents
Was JDC OfficialMurdered in Egypt Embassy?
NEW YORK (JTA) A
former Czech intelligence agent
who defected to the U.S. claims
that Palestinian Arabs murdered
Charles H. Jordan at the Egyp-
tian Embassy in Prague in Au-
gust, 1967, and dumped his body
In the Vitava River, where it
AFTER MANY YEARS
Zionist
r Bodies Heal
Differences
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
long and frequently acrimonious
dispute between the American
Zionist Federation and the Zion-
ist Organization of America has
at last been amicably settled.
Rabbi Israel Miller, chairman
of the AZF, and Jacques Torczyn-
er, chairman of the administra-
tive board of the ZOA, toasted
the new accord in Jerusalem over
Israeli brandy as Mrs. Charlotte
Jacobson, chairman of the World
Zionist Organization. American
section, looked on.
THE FINAL settlement was
ratified at a full meeting of the
Zionist Executive here, which pre
was found three days after the
American Jewish leader was re-
ported missing, the New York
Times has reported from Lon-
don.
The Times attributed that ac-
count of the mysterious death
of Jordan, the executive vice
.1'......i"-'
chairman of the Jewish Distri-
bution Committee, to Joseph
Frolik who defected to the U.S
five years ago and told his story
to the Central Intelligence
Agency.
ACCORDING TO the Times,
Frolik said that Czech authori-
ties, who had Jordan under con
stant surveillance, knew every
detarl of his abduction to the
Egyptian Embassy, his death
there under interrogation and
the dumping of his body in the
river, but nevertheless officially
listed his death as a suicide.
The abduction and disposal
were in fact filmed by Czech in-
telligence agents who kept the
Egyptian Embassy under sur-
veillance while he was inside.
Frolik said Jordan was seized
because the Egyptians suspected
he was a spy for Israel.
1
Paris Reports Syria's
5 Point Peace Offer
JACQUES TOSCZYNfR
t&oJts new accord
ceded deliberations of the Zionist
General Council.
The formal reentry of the ZOA
into the AZF will take place
March 17 at a board meeting oi
the AZF.
Avraham Shenker, head of the
World Zionist Organization's Edu-
Continued on Page 6-A
PARIS (JTA) Syria was
prepared to participate in the
Geneva conference several weeks
ago, "Le Monde" correspondent
Eric Rouleau has reported from
Damascus.
Syrian President Assad has
also drawn up a plan for the dis-
engagement of Israeli and Syrian
forces in the Golan Heights,
ACCORDING TO Rouleau, a
Syrian delegation to the Geneva
conference had been named and
was to be headed by Syria's am-
bassador in Ankara, Salah Tarazi.
Tarazi's opening speech had
Continued on Page 5-A
HE TELLS 'PACK OF FOOLS'
}
We Don't Mind Emigres,
Only Return ees~Brezhnev
Kissinger Not Invited by Damascus
And Has No Plan for Visit Now
WAR OF ATTRITION
Artillery
Exchange
At Golan
TEL AVIV (JTA) Heavy
artillery exchanges continue
along the Syrian front.
Syria's Foreign Minister Abdel
Haim Khadam has been quoted
as saving that his country was
waging a war of attrition against
Israel intended to "paralyze" the
Israeli economy by forcing Jeru-
salem to keep its armed forces in
a high state of mobilization.
MILITARY CLASHES on the
Syrian front during the past few
Continued on Page 8-A
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Secretary of State Henry Kis-
singer has not been invited to
take an intermediary role in the
current Syrian attacks against Is-
rael and neither he nor Undersec-
retary Designate Joseph J. Sisco
have plans to visit the Middle
East soon, the State Department
said here.
Rumors were current here and
in the Middle East that Kissinger,
or possibly Sisco, would go to
Damascus by mid-February to
help induce Syria to enter talks
for disengagement of forces on
the Syrian front.
"NO TRIPS are planned, but
I never rule out anything," U.S.
State Department spokesman
George Vest said.
But he said that Kissinger's
was a "sufficiently clear-cut
schedule" for the remainder of
February, and Sisco has no travel
plans.
The intermediary role, Vest
said, concerns the current fight
ing.
"We consistently feel." he said,
"that the Syrians want to continue
the momentum of the disengage-
ment of forces which the United
States initiated and are being suc-
cessfully carried out on the Sue2
front."
COMMENTING ON the state
ments last week by President
Nixon and Secretary of State Kis-
singer that indicated an early
lifting of the Arab oil embargo
against the United States, Vest
said that the U.S. position is
based on "the assurances of sev-
eral Arab governments."
He said, "We continue on the
basis of those assurances, and we
are not aware of pre-conditions to
the embargo in the correspond-
ence."
The question arose after Syrian
Continued on Paj,e 5-A
MONTREAL (JTA) So-
viet Communist Party Secretary
Leonid I. Brezhnev told a group
of Jewish demonstrators at the
Gander, Newfoundland airport
that "as many Jews as want to
go to Israel may go" and that
"those who are forbidden to
leave the Soviet Union are en-
emies of the state who want to
give away state secrets."
The Soviet ambassador to
Canada, V. Mirochnicenko, who
was with Brezhnev, told the
demonstrators, in the presence
of reporters and TV cameramen,
Continued on Page 8-A
COMMUNIST CHIlf BRUHNIV
'as many as want'
Expect Senate to Filibuster
Or Bury Genocide Treaty
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
JTA Washington Bureau Chief
WASHINGTON (JTA)The Senate, engaged for the first
time ever in debate on the international treaty against genocide, is
more than likely to either filibuster it to death or vote it down. Mail
against the treaty is running about 200-1.
Although literally hundreds of American organizations have en-
dorsed it during the 25 years since the UN General Assembly unani-
mously adopted it in Paris in December, 1948. hardly any organization
Continued on Ptge 3-A .
GENERAL CHAIRMAN SAM R0THBERO MAKES ANNOUNCEMENT
Dayan Due at Bond Drive on Beach
^ uioViiiahtino the conference

GIN. DATAN
visit
Gen. Moshe Dayan, Israel's
Minister of Defense and the chief
architect of his country's armed
forces, will be the guest of honor
at the four-day 1974 International
Israel Bonds Inaugural Confer-
ence, beginning Thursday, Feb. 28,
at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
The conference officially
launches the greatest Israel Bonds
campaign in history through the
j notation of a $1 Billion Recon-
struction and Development Loan.
The announcement of Gen.
Dayan's forthcoming appearance,
one of his rare visits to the United
States, was made by Sam Roth-
berg, general chairman of the Is-
rael Bond Organization, who is
also serving as Inaugural Confer-
ence chairman.
More than 2.500 prominent
American and Canadian Jewish
leaders are expected to welcome
the legendary Israeli official, and
to participate in the planning of
a program of community action to
provide a record amount of in-
vestment capital to help strengthen
Israel's beleaguered economy.
Highlighting the conference will
be an 'Inaugural Dinner" Satur-
day, March 2. at 8 p.m. at which
Gen. Dayan will be saluted for his
distinguished career as a soldier-
statesman and his contributions to
the establishment of the State of
Israel.
I A full schedule of activities will
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Egyptians Demolish SAM Site;
TEL AVIV (JTA> Israeli
forces have continued to com-
plete their pul.out from the Is-
raeli bridgehead on the mat
bank of the su>v Canal, an op-
eration officers said Iratold !*
finished bj Feb. 21. when the
last Israeli units will cross the
canal back to the Sinai Peninsula.
SOURCES HERE reported that
th- Egyptian1; were Implementing
their shaiv of the agreement to
the letter.
A report from the west bank
said that the Egyptians have de
n >] iud foui- of the five SAM
hey built on the
canal's east bank since ihe Yom
ur \V ir At noon Feb. 21.
an Israeli office- will hand ovei
the bridge at the Israeli salient
to I'nitr-d Nal ons En er enc>
Force efficers who. six homs
will turn the bridge an I
the salient over to the Egyptians

I mbargn Deemed Inappropriate
V, VSMINGTON i.IT.V' -
Secretary of State Henry A. Ki*
has claimed "suc< '->" on
m -om the So
Union and warned the Arab
du ing countries tliat U.S
p i, \ to i a ihem w mid change
if their embargo continued
'.'.- mad his statements in re
sponse to questions at the Yaie
Harvard Princeton Club here
aftei he had addressed it briefly

Publisher Plans to Report
i Fred K. Shochct. publisher of The Jewish Floridian, has isl
'returned from a study trip to Israel and will report on his obser-
vations in The Floridian beginning next week.
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on world affairs, particularly the
forthcoming meeting in Washing-
ton of European countries an.!
Japan on the energy problem
Responding to a query on Soviet-
Ami ri.an detente. Kissinger :it
tucked without direct reference
Ihe Jackson Amendment pending
in the Senate.
CONTINUING, Kissinger stated
that "because "f the threat of a
nuclear hi locaust" between the
superpower-, the United State-'
has pushed for easing the arms
race and seeking to bring about
"certain links in the commercial
, cultural field-."
When a] ; "xvp
have used our influence, and sue
ressfully, in the casi of Jew
i*-h emigrati >n. bill we -h.-dl not
play with the danger of nuclear
war and not tarn this into an
iSSUC of dome-tic debate. Th#
PMblem of nuclear war mast ha
solved if mankind is to survive."
ABOUT THE oil embargo, Kis-
singer -lid that he had been "led
to expect that progress in Israeli-
Arab negotiations would lead to
lifting of the oil embargo"
But "to maintain the ombaruo
now," he said, in the light of
U.S. mediation efforts "must be
construed as a form of blackmail
and considered highly inappro
priate by the United States. It
cannot but affect the attitude
w:t!i which we would have to
pursue cur diplomacy."

Kollek Raps Meir
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Mayor Toddy Kollek has written
a sharply critical letter to Pre-
mier Golda Meir urbraidin. her
and her ministers for once
disparaging Jerusal -m's status as
the capital.
He romp'nined that David
1! ickefeller of the Chase Man
n Bank, who visited Israel
or, his b ii 's: from Egypt over
the "!-'' '' ^lr-
\i |r n I thi i >p ministers i:'
Te! Wlv,
KOI.' EK NOTED thai Rocke-
f |] h 1 -aid th., i I ex
r me exi iions he had h
during h*s travels through Arab
1 mds, and esoecialh from King
Faisal, related to Jerusalem. "We
are no doubt giving satitfactl
io Israel's enemies through the
continuous affront to the '
of .ii rusalem o-. the part of the
government and it; ministers."
K. Ilek wrol > He himself received
Rockefeller in the capital but
the banker went back to Tel v.
for his meeting with the m -
ters.
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Page 3-A
Expect Senate to Filibuster
Or Bury Genocide Treaty
did not work there would be
more than enough senators on
h.-nd 10 block the two-thirds vote
required from among senators
nt and voting to enact the
treaty.
j .-. 3MIOII Continued from Page 1A
is now encouraging those senators
no>v hacking it.
THE OPPOSITION, however,
has not br-en lackadaisical. The
ultra riqht-wing Liberty Lobby
is campaigning hard for its de-
feat, urging letters to editors,
calls to radio talk shows and con-
tacts with senators to vote against
the "convention on the preven-
tion and punishment of the crime
of genocide.
Openir: the debate for the
treaty's nmonents, Sen. William
Proxmir- 'D., Wis.) told of let-
ters "from my constituents and
other pcpnlc from all over the
country hemently protesting
this treat' While "mans sena-
tors" haw 'ieen "swamped in the
past law days" from opponents
"very fev letters have come in
on the otli side," he said.
Proxm: who has not failed
i \ ,-.. i
on any
seven y
proval ol
letter, s i
how far
depart' <
meaning
"Till
genocid
dared,
age Jev
tim of Hi
one r>f
ately de
planned
pcan J<
Genocid
tated c-
people
bate I
action :>i
nate business day in
to register his ap
e treaty by word or
i he was impressed on
. opposition mail had
from the treaty's real
IL argument for the
it.;' Proxmire de-
iiit by a little teen-
irl. She was a Vic-
's genocide. She was
Uion Jews deliber-
ed in the Nazis'
(termination of Euro-
ring World War II.
s the planned, premeli-
nation of an entire
The treaty we de-
>uld make such an
rnational crime.
Galina Can't
I Lea v e With
Dancu r Panov
B0S1' (JTA) Valery
h v Panov i informed western
newsm I iscow that his wife,
Galina been permanently
barred I ta leaving the Soviet
Union. ing to a report in
the < Science Monitor.
The star of the Kirov
Ballet aid >viet officials told
him la : week of this de-
cision ) warned him that
his on exit visa would be re-
voked administrative meas-
ures" taken igainst him if he
contin to insist on refusing
to cm Israel without her,
the Mi 'ported.
PANOV l'LD the newsmen
that D he could leave for
* Israel his wife, who was
Use. :ar with the Kirov
Balle' h d have to remain in
he Soviet lion because her
inotn I to her departure.
Galinc Pa has charged that
Soviet s are trying to
oread marriage. Valery
Pan t he would appeal
he to international legal
bodi ding to the Monitor.
Ttv first applied for
pern- I i 'migrate to Israel
two ears Both were dis-
mis the Kirov Ballet and
l,ar oerforming. Late
1 ,, y Panov conducted
a h to dramatize the
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"Anyone who has any real
doubt whether he should vote
yea or nay should listen not only
to the voices of senators and con-
stitutional authorities but also t i
the voice of murdered Anne
Frank, that child of joy amid the
terror, the hatred and death from
Nazi persecution.
"Across the 29 years since
Anne Frank died in the Nazi
concentration camp at Bergen-
Belsen. that voice rings out
calling on us to dedicate this
country' to end the terrible crime
of genocide."
PARADOXICALLY, the opposi
tion's chief spokesman is Sen.
Sam J. Ervin (D., SO who has
been hailed by liberals as "Uncle
Sam" for his steadfastness to con-
stitutionalism in his chairman-
ship of the Senate Select Com-
mittee examining the Watergate
affair.
The Liberty Lobby's chairman
is Curtis B. Dall, once the son-in-
law of President Franklin D.
Roosevelt. Paradoxically, too. the
U.S. government itself proposed,
fought for and succeeded in win-
ning the treaty's adoption by the
UN.
Every President from Truman
to Nixon has supported it. Yet it
was a quarter of a century before '
the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee finally approved it last
March 10 for the first time. Now
the debate has begun and prom-
ises to be long drawn out.
"My guess is that there will be
lengthy speeches," a spokesman
for an opposing senator told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency. He
was certain that If the filibuster
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Volume 47
Friday, February 15, 1974
'Protocols' and the Edsel
The "Protocols of the Elders of Zion" is an Edsel in the
gcrcge of anti-Semitism.
Cne of the most scurrilous pieces of religious bigotry
ever produced, the credit for its manufacture fittingly goes
to the Russians, who are distinguished engineers in this
very ancient field.
But one would hardly have expected to see it driven
out into the light of day once more. Not even the skilled
Soviets would have the temerity to do that.
But Saudi Arabia's King Faisal did, when he dis-
tributed this piece of junk as a gift to the French jour-
nalists accompanying Foreign Minister Michel Jobert to
Jidda to talk about the oil rewards Fiance would get for
being pro-Arab.
Measure of Aral) Astuteness
Wo have no illusions about the disappearance of anti-
Semitism. But ore thing is true, and that is that since the
has been clear that anti-Semitism is a politi-
cal and even social liability.
What is also true is that King Faisal has no more re-
spect for Christians and Christianity than he has for Jews
end Judaism. His distribution of the "Protocols" was d>
signed to pander to Christian prejudices toward Jews, not
to show his admit aticn for one at the expense of the
other.
That Faisal demonstrates he does not understand what
has occurred in the garage of hate-mongering is proof that
the Arabs are generally less astute than the October war
has given us fear to believe them to be.
More Genocide Insecticide
Once again, the United States is moving to closo out
this nation's participation in the International Treaty
Against Genocide. This is ironic because of the leading
role we played in steering the treaty through the Unitsd
Nations on Dec. 8, 1948.
The Genocide Convention emerged out of the trials of
the major Nazi war criminals at Nuremberg. In its charter,
the UN renewed the affirmation of basic human rights and
the recognition of the value of human life.
Consequently, on Dec. 11, 1946, after confirming Reso-
lution No. 95 ;I) on the principles of international law in-
troduced at Nuremberg, the General Assembly adopted
Resolution No. 96 (I) condemning genocide as an inter-
national crime.
It was this resolution that the U.S. helped steer through
the UN machinery exactly two years later.
Yet, almost from the start, our own nation looked upon
the Genocide Convention as a threat to American sover-
eignty. This position was most clearly enunciated in the
controversial Bricker Amendment.
Today, more than a quarter of a century later, the
United States still regards signing a statement of agree-
ment that genocide is a crime as a poison to our basic
American freedoms.
No wonder that we are sometimes forced to regard our
role as leader of the free world in slightly cynical terms.
Histadrut Conference
Delegates from throughout the United States and Can-
ada will begin arriving this weekend for the Histadrut
Economic Conference for Israel opening at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel on Monday.
Distinguished guests at the conference will include
Gen. Meir Amit, president of Koor Industries, who has
helped to revitalize one of Israel's largest enterprises.
Also expected here are Rep. Ogden Reid, former U.S.
ambassador to Israel, and Ze'ev Sher, Israel's economic
minister.
Dr. Leon Kronish, of Temple Beth Sholom, Miami
Beach, is completing his third term as national chairman
of the board of the Histadrut Foundation, which has mo-
bilized more than $30 million for the organization's health,
educational and welfare institutions in Israel.
The conference is one of many meetings in our commu-
nity dedicated to Israel's urgent posl-war needs.
IN A column last week, I sug-
1 gested thai one of the greatest
writers of the twentieth century
is also one of the greatest Jewish
writers, an artist, if not quite on
a par with Joyce, Proust
Mann, certainly on peak of
^mortality close to them.
I also suggested that the rea-
son that Jews either ignore him
or. what is worse, don't even
know him, is that he was not ex-
plicitly Jewish in his works.
I AM, of course referring to
Franz KafKa and the fact that we
reserve our accolades these days
for, say, an 1. B. Singer. Or on
a less parochial plane for a Bel-
aud

Mindlin
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low or Malamud or Roth. (Those
who consider themselves "in the
know," make their obeisance to
Mailer and Podhorett, but their
adulation misses the point
Mailer and Podhorc-tz are mere
journalists.)
The truth is that Kafka was
more Jewish than any of the.ie
writers, including Singer.
And if this is the touchstone of
our artistic judgment, deplorable
though that may be, for Kafka'a
immortality rests on more im-
portant things, then we are do-
ing him a profound injustice to
count him out even on th;n '
LONG AGO. Thomas Mann re-
ferred to Kafka as "that genius
from Prague."
And Albert Einstein. re<
from the impact on him of
reading of Kafka, wrote thai
human mini isn't com pi
enough" to grasp the d<
ling of Kafka's work.
During the past two det
Kafka has had a brilliant n
sance he died of tuberci
[024 md didn't aehievi
international recognition
.. quarter-century
that.
IT WAS the work of J
| ano Mann that in.. I
,i, n i c :ntral symbol of m i
. alienation from his
itual self > wanden t
Of science and techn
a lost soul in search of ii
talit) through red- mption.
The nature of Kafka's pi -
I his abortive relatii
v ith his father, his rejection f
a joke, less tl
joke. n his passional
iti '. to it before his '
bi came his acting
atui of the central exisi
tial ma f our time.
!>!> TO this his capai it
hat he himself di s
a. a rve-shattering
hi- "sins" as a son. and a
ndure the mo-'
in inn.: kind "f self-infli
punl h for these sins
you h n e a perfect portrait
Kafka the man and
Continued on Page 11-\
I
COMMENT
b\ EDWARD COHEN
npHIS MORNING Jewish and
Christian women will lie
meeting in observance of their
eighth annual Interfaith Day.
This significant event is spon-
sored jointly by the Protestant
Church Women I'nited. the
Archdiocesan Council of Cath-
olic Women and the Women's Di-
vision of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation.
If that last sentence were to
appear on a college board test
for knowledgeable Jews, it would
be a simple matter to give the
correct answer as to what was
wrong with it. While the two
Christian groups represent reli-
gious bodies, the Jewish agency
is a secular one. To the average
unlearned Christian this would
appear to make no difference
a Jew is a Jew is a Jew.
IN THE real world, the people
from the Anti-Defamation League
would be speaking to the people
from the Holy Name Society and
the American Jewish Committee
would discuss problems with the
Knights of Columbus.
Instead, as the Christian Cen-
tury pointed out some years ago,
"Only last month the American
Jewish Congress followed similar
actions by the World and Nation
al Council of Churches and sev-
eral denominational bodies." As
long as AJC representatives arc
the ones talking to the Pope,
one can assume a jaundiced and
distorted view of the Jews as a
religious people with a religious,
as well as Zionist, stake in Israel.
This is in no way to detract
from the imaginative program-
ming of Federation's Women's Di-
vision who belie Prof. Leonard
Fein's cogent statement at a gen-
eiai assembly of the Council of
Jewish Federation and Welfan
Funds seme years back that. I>\
and large, Jewish communal agen
cies are "social welfare giants
but Judaic pygmies." But the
event does highlight a condition
that is not peculiar to Miami but
a national one, and that is the
chasm that exists between the
synagogue and the Federation.
THE YOM Kippur War and
its aftermath have accentuated.
as was pointed out in a confiden-
tial report to the Synagogue Coun
cil of America, the need for
greater collaboration between the
secular arm in Jewish life (Fed
eration) and the synagogues. The
SCA report of its Committee on
Relations with the Federations in
dicates a beginning agenda for
talks:
What are the respective
roles of Synagogue and Federa
tions in matters dealing with
Jewish education?
How can we best together
develop those human resources,
such as members of the academic
community, which would enrich
the American Jewish community?
How can we work together
in the broad areas of community
planning?
It is "significant and encourag
mg" to the SCA Committee the
CJFWF has set up a Committee
on Relations with Synagogues
that has a parallel mission. I
would add that in naming Robert
Adler of Chicago to head up its
group, the Federation Council has
chosen a man who has played a
major role on a national level
with the Union of American He-
brew Congregations, as well as
a distinguished Federation It
THIS, OF course, doe-
mean an easy road ahead M t
of our local Federation lei
are also identified with part
:ogues but have man I
quite well in separating thi
and. in some cases, even dcft
in.: an adversary relationship 11
is difficult for me to for.
comment of one of them a I
was personally delivering
daily collection from my
gogue to Federation: "Well
would we have done without Fed-
eration?" Poorly, of course, but
even worse without the
gogue.
In a sermon last May. Rabbi
Leon Kronish anticipated 'he
drive toward what some have
called "confrontation" with the
Jewish power structure as rep-
resented by Federation but what
I know he would prefer to call
"collaboration" in working to-
gether on two budgets, not one
as at present, for the Greater
Miami community. He calls the
new one "A Survival of the Spirit
Budget" to be added to the tra-
ditional role of Federation in pro-
viding annually "A Survival of
the Jewish People Budget."
IT IS obviously not going ,0
be an easy task to break down
the biases and vested interests
which have blocked meanincfu'
progress of the American Jewisn
community.
Here m Miami where the in-
f'ux of Jews of every age maKes
this almost as fast a growing J<"
ish area as Israel the ""J5
cooperation between the "
and the secular interests can
longer be delayed.


Friday, February 15, 1974
*Jewisfi flforitfi&n
Page 5-A
I
,
Bedford Shoot-Out Linked to Black Muslims
NEW YORK (JTA) The
shoot-out Feb. 3 at a Bedford-
Stuyvesant Muslim mosque that
left four people dead may have
been the result of infighting
within the Black Muslim commu-
nitv in this country over the di-
vision of money sent here fro;n
Libya and some Persian Gulf
sheikhdoms to help oil the prop-
aganda machinery of the move-
ment headed by Elijah Moham-
med, known officially as the Na-
tion of Islam.
ACCORDING TO the Anti-Def-
amation League of B'nai B'rith
there have been reports, although
unconfirmed, that a delegation
representing Elijah Mohammed's
movement fundamentally and
consistently anti-Israel has
made a total of five trips to Libya
over a period of time to ask
President Qaddafi for grants to
refurbish the mosque in Chicago,
the national headquarters of the
Nation of Islam.
In May, 1972. Libya granted a
$2,978,406 short term loan to Eli
jah Mohammed's group. This loan
was renegotiated in September
1972 so that payment would not
be due until 1981.
This past summer another del
egation representing the Nation
of I.>lam went to Lihva and asked
k_
Syria Peace
Offer Lists
ire Points
Continued from Page IV
been prepared, added Rouleau.
He also writes that Assad has
worked OUt a five-point Israeli
Syrian military disengagement
plan which he summarizes as fol
lowing:
The separation of armie?
niu-t be tied to the final aim of
total evacuation of the territories
occupied since 1967. Disengage-
ment must not be an end in it-
self;
Withdrawal of Israeli forces
from the "pocket" they acquired
in the October war and installa
tion of Syrian units there. The
number of Syrian units to be
determined jointly by both par
ties;
A 14-kilometer pullback of
Israeli troops in the Golan to
the heights that range the Israeli
border, thus, giving Israel a four
kilometer wide strip of territory
there. Installation of UN force-
in the liberated part of the Golan
which is to be a demilitarized
zone and under the civil adminis-
tration of the Republic of Syria.
Resettlement rn the Golan
region of the 15 to 20.000 inhabi-
tants who fled during the Oc
tober hostilities;
Syria's release of it> list
of prisoners of war and its par-
ticipation at the Geneva Arab
Israeli peace conference.
r\
Has
No Plans To
Visit Mideast
Continued from Page 1-A
Foreien Minister Abdel Halim
Khaddam had said at Kuwait air
port on his way to Damascus after
visiting Saudi Arabia and Kuwait
that the governments of those
two countries would not lift the
embargo until Syria's conditions
for disengagement are met.
HE SAID that the Arab summit
meeting Ln Alders in Novemboi
had made it clear that the em-
bargo would not be lifted "from
any state until that state clearly
shows it is supporting the Arab
cause."
COL. QADDAFI
Qaddafi for an additional S15
million, but the Libyan leader
turned this down reportedly he
cause rival Muslim groups ad
vised Qaddafi that the Nation of
Islam was not generally Moslem
and because the group is anti-
white, the ADL said.
ACCORDING TO the ADL. the
Nation of Islam has also received
as outright gifts $215,000 from
Abu Dhabi. $100,000 from Qatar.
$35,000 from Syria and $20,000
from Bahrain.
These monies were ostensibly
given, as was that by Libya, for
religious purposes and to help
refurbish the Chicago mosque.
The speculation now is that the
shooting in Bedford-Stuyvesant
was the work of members of Eli-
jah Mohammed's group who were
angry over the intercession by
other Black Muslim groups that
killed the additional $15 million
grant request.
The members of the Ya Sin
Mosque in Bedford-Stuyvesant
consider themselves to be -au-
thentic Moslems. The ADL also
reported that the Nation of Is
lam's bookstore at 117 Lenox
Avenue in New York's Harlem
area sells large quantities of
three different editions of the.
Protocols of the Elders of Zion:
an edition published in Kuwait.
one published in Pakistan, and
another published by Gerald L.
K. Smith.
IN ADDITION, the bookstore
also distributes the "Internation-
al Jew" by Henry Ford, which
Ford later repudiated.
Another big seller, the ADL
reported, is the notorious "The
History of Jewish Crimes," pub
lUhed in Pakistan.
Rose Gordon Announces
Mini-Bus Service at T
Miami Commissioner Rose Gor-
don, chairman of the YMHA's sen-
ior citizens committee has an-
Luounced that the "Y"-is develop-
ing a mini-bus service for those in
< the South Miami area who need
transportation to the Center,
' where classes in drama, nutrition,
aits and crafts and dance are avail-
; able for senior adults.
Cindy Stark and Arlene Miller
will accept the names of those who
wish to sign up for the mini-bus
transportation.
Jewish Civil Service
Robert Mnzer Chapter, Nation-
al Jewish Civil Service Employees,
will meet Sunday at 1 p.m. in the
Washington Federal, 1133 Nor-
niandv Dr.
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Nixon Praised Nazi Speer
WASHINGTON(JTA A newspaper re-
port thai Presided Sixon had referred "glow-
ingly" to Albert Speer. a top Nazi during World
War 11. during a recent m, ting the energy
Crisis was confirmed here by Presidential Drew
secretary Gerald Warren.
Asked about the report in the syndicated
Evans-Novak column. Warren said he understood
\ son had referred to Speer "in the context of
Spetr's work relating to the mobilization of indus-
try .'"
SPEER WAS one of the most important men
in the Nzi government and was credited with
keeping German Industr) at peak production dur-
fog the i i He was convicted of war crimes
a: the Nuremberg trials at the end of the war.
Speer's autobiography, 'llnside the Third Rei
Memoirs of Albert Speer." was a best-seller sev-
eral years a<;o.
Asked if the President regretted his refer-
ence to Speer. Warren replied: "I don't think that
a reference to an historical event should lead to
a feeling of regret There are lessons to be
learned from both former enemies as well as
former friends."
Nixon's reference was seen by some here as
indicating that he wanted William Simon, the
government's energy chief, to be his Albert Speer.
GEN. ARIK SHARON DUE fOR ZIONIST ORGANIZATION
Suez Canal Hero Will Visit U.S.
TEL AVIV (JTA) Gen.
Ariel \rik Sharon, the Likud
leader, will visit the United
States shortly under the auspices
of the Zionist Organization of
America, it was learned here.
The former commander of b-
raeJi force- oil the west bank of
the Suez Canal, who was elected
to the Knessel Dec. 31. is ex-
pected to meet senior members
of the Nixon administration, mem
bers of Congress and leaders of
the American Jewish community.
SHARON WHO was relieved
of his command last month, has
been the center of a bitter politi-
cal controversy stemming from
his public attacks on the govern-
ment and the military high com-
mand for alleged mismanagement
of the Yom Kippur War
Meanwhile, in Los Angeles
Gen. Aharon Yariv was guest of
honor and principal speaker at a
major gifts dinner of the 1974
United Jewish Welfare-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign there
Monday.
Yariv. former chief of intelli-
gence of the Israeli army, 'was
the chief negotiator of the six-
point ceasefire agreement be
tween Israel and Egypt signed
Nov. 11 at kilometer 101 on the
Suez Cairo road.
He ha? since been elected to
the Knesset on the Labor align
ment li>t and has retired from
active military duty.
11 Protest Newsman's Detention
NEW YORK (JTA)
Eleven Soviet Jews have issued
a statement protesting the deten-
tion by the K(iB of Gordon Jose
loff. a United Press International
correspondent in Moscow, aftei
he met with the Jews to discuss
the government refusal to give
their, exil i 'he
SI ;(. guru .;. | s iel Jewry.
The stati m >nt noted th.it the
KGB the hie*
eai had written h Is
the
difi It I i: :
on the road of emigre-
T.A( il 01 is per-
Gen. Davan
Due at Beach
Bond Confab
Continued from Page 1 A
bo held in c
International Inaugural Confer-
e in the Oreati r Miami area
prior to the official start of the
Israel Bond campaign.
Thursday, Feb. 28. a series o!
dinner meeting.- will be held for
delegates fiom various commu-
nities in the United States and
Canada. The first of the special
events preceding the conference
was this week's International
Premiere of th > 1974 Israel Bond
Fashion Show and Luncheon.
Defense Minister Dayan. who
will be making his third visit to
the Greater Miami area for I-rael
Bonds, is known widely for his
leadership during the Six-Day War
in 1967 and the recent Yom Kip-
pur War. During the 1956 Sinai
campaign, he served as Chief of
Staff of the Israeli Army, and a
a commander on several fronts
during the War of Liberation in
1948.
Since the beginning of the Israel
Eond program, more than S2.8
billion in Israel Bonds have been
sold. These development funds
have helped to increase industrial
and agricultural production: ex
pand irrigation: enlarge the coun
try's transportation and commu
locations networks; build harbors.
railways, and roads: exploit nat-
ural resources, and increase elec
trical production.
sonal attitude toward the existins
situation which compels us tc
come out and demonstrate ;:s:iin our forcible and illegal retention
on the territory of the USSR."
The lews said the Soviet Union
is trying to cut off all their con
tacts by trying to frighten u<
us of fictitious deeds
cted with such activities a-.
meeting with foreign corres]
jone so
again-', t
fore:
\\ ie American pt
' they an
government
intact and dialogue

IOSELOFF WAS also summon
I to tl 1>r"-"
m and warned he h
ry and provoc-
ions" and the U.S. Em
- told the reporter might
be expelled.
T -vtement was signed b>
Anatoly Schransky. Valery Krizak
Arkady Luria. Mark Nashpitz
Boris Tsitlonak and Lev Kogan.
North Dade Tedmion
Honors Life Member-*
North Dade Chapter of Tech-
r.ion. Institute of T '
. Women's Divisi i
oiing life n emb and life trus-
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: sta ting 11:80 am ii
' It F ,1 al, 18301 B-.
Fund- raised a< the affail
go to needy stu !< i Is I
Mrs Mai i i Diami nd is life
p chairman, and R
hapter preside! I
Friday, February 15, 1974
Zionist Factions Knit
Schism After Many Years
Continued from Page 1-A
cation and Information Depart
ment. told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that he was "very pleased
indeed" with the agreement.
HE SAID the basis of the rap
prochement had been laid early-
last year under the late Louis
Pineus. WZO chairman. Acting
chairman. Leo Dulzin. had fol-
lowed through with meetings in
the U.S. with Miller and with
ZOA president. Herman Wiese-
man.
The ZOA had formally broken
with the AZF in a resolution
adopted by its national executive
in New York Feb. 20, 1972. which
stated that "the American Zion
ist Federation is committed to r.
pattern of conduct embracing 1
wide spectrum of Zionist activi-
ties which compete with, disrupt
and supplant important areas oi
Zionist activities traditionally con
ducted by the ZOA. such as pub
lie affairs, aliyah, community re-
lations, and the programs of af
firtnative action with respect
thereto in furtherance of thi
Zionist cause in the United
States."
SHENKER SAID that under
the accord the AZF is recog
as the essential Zionist b :
America.
On the other hand, the AZF'i
centrai role will not prejudi
autonomy of its const;-
Nor will it have the pou
veto their actions in real
w'.K'h they deem it fit to act
But ail constituents will recog-
nize the AZF as spokesman of
the Zionist movement.
Shtnker explained that the
AZF would continue its n rk
for aliyah, Jewish educ
youth work, running memo,
campaigns and elections on be
half of all the American Z
bodies.
Bonds Plaque to Temple
At a recent r'nday evening
ice at the Israelite Center T
. bester Leiter. president .
congregation, was presented
a plaque by the Israel Bor I
fice. The plaaue cited the c
gation for its effort in*th"
Bond Drive. Rabbi Paul J Be
spiritual leader of the cor.-
tion. made the presentation
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,
hraeTs Arabs Took the War in Stride
BY ROBERT ST. JOHN
Special to The Jewish Floridian
WASHINGTON "When the
armies of Syria and Egypt
purged across the Suez Canal
and the Lilac Line on the Golan
Heights, it might have been ex-
pected that at least some of the
4C0.0OO Arabs within Israel and
the million in administered ter-
ritories would make common
cause with their blood brothers
and do everything possible to
bring about Israel's defeat.
After all there were five of
1hem to every 10 Israelis
enough to turn the country in-
to a place of utter chaos during
a two-front war.
One of the best stories of this
latest belligerency ignored
by nearly all of my fellow cor-
respondents was how these
1.4 million people actually did
behave.
EACH TIME we went from
Tel Aviv down to the Egyptian
front we passed through the
Gaza Strip. No story, because
nothing was happening. As far
as we could discover, th? mili-
tary garrison had not even been
increased. Th^ same was true on
the west bank and in East Jeru-
salem.
Even afti i Kin? Hussein n Is
his token gesture of support for
by -"ii ling one battalion
of his tank corps ti fi :hi le
Israelis on the northern front,
the Allenbj Bridge across the
an remained open, and it
was business as usual, with
Arabs In \ ba k and forth, and
go Is being exchanged as if
nothing had happened.
Those of us who had feared
ihnt this now Arab-IsraeU con-
flict might disintegrate the frag-
ile structure of p?ace that had
b?en built in th- past few yean
between the Israelis and the
Arabs of the administered areas
were relieved.
BVT THE more astounding
story was the behavior of th.
non-Jewish population of Israel
tself.
At first. Israeli Arabs were
terrified that the anger of Is-
raels Jews over the Syrian-
Egyptian surprise attack on Yom
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vjenisf Fhridliair
Friday, February 15, 1974
New Structure Eved
For Chanffiuo Needs
CHICAGO(JTA) A -more representative" structure of the
American Jewish community to deal with "chan^nu n"p life-styles and the increasing burden of inflation" was proposed here
by Philip M. Klutznick, former president of B'nai B'rith and a long-
time advocate of greater community unity.
KI.l'TZMCK, addressing con-
vocation exercises commemorat-
ing the 50th anniversary of the
B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations,
called for an assembly of commu-
nity leaders, academicians and
scholars, business and profession-
al specialists and college youth
"supported by adequate tech
nical studies" to engage in "criti-
cal and constructive examinations
of the communities' needs, pro-
grams and activities."
Klutznick predicted that "the
next 10 to 20 years will be a test-
ing period for Jewish life in this
country, a concomitant to Vn".
shifting economic, political awl
social complexes that al! of Amer-
ica is likelv to exoerience."
THE CONVOCATION honored
D-. Abram L. Sachar. of Brandeis
University, whose leadership in
the Hillel movement spans its
full 50 yeaia.
Dr. Sachar, 73. was awarded
the B'nai B'rith President's Med-
al as "master builder" of a pro-
cram that began with a handful
of Jewish undergraduates at the
University of Illinois and has
since proliferated to 135 cam-
puses in this country and abroad.
B'nai B'rith president. David
M. Blumb?re. surprised the 400
invited guests with a similar, un-
scheduled presentation to Dr.
Sachar's wife. Thehiia, for her
own involvement in the campus
Exits OK, But No
Reentries-Brezhnev
PHIUP m. KLUTZNICK
program in its formative years.
IN HIS address. Klutznick
maintained that the Jewish com-
munity could be reconstructed
without ignoring its voluntary
and pluralistic character.
He said that American Jewry
would have to exercise "integrity
and skill" to diminish "wasteful
duplication" and meet the com-
bined pressures of inflation an.i
"indispensable Jewish communal
needs both here and abroad."
Continued from Page 1A
"You are all a pack of fools and
ail misinformed.''
THE ENCOUNTER occurred
when Brezhnev and his entour-
age landed at Gander enroute
nome to the Soviet Union after
an official visit to Cuba. He
was met at the airport by 10
Newfoundland Jews who car-
ried signs reading, "Let my
people go."
The group was led by Dr. Av-
ram Richler and his wife. Mar
sha. who is chairman of the
Hadassah-WIZO public affairs
committee in Newfoundland.
The Canadian Minister of
Transport, Don Jamieson. inter
vened on behalf of the demon-
strators, and Brezhnev came to
the barrier to address them.
HE TOLD them that There
Is no such question as hund
of thousands of Jews wanting
to leave the Soviet Union. T
are only 3.000 of them wait! a
for permission to leave,' he
said, adding, "But we are both.
ered witb all the Russian Jews
who want to come back from
Israel."
The Jewish delegation also
asked Brezhnev to intercetir
behalf of Sllva Zalmanson. sen-
tenced to 10 years strict regime
in the first Leningrad trial in
1970, now seriously ill.
BREZHNEV responded by
calling her an enemy of the
state who committed a criminal
offense in trying to hijack an
airliner and. therefore, inter-
cession was impossible
Golan Artillery Fire Exchanged
Continued from Page 1A
days were said to be the heaviest
since the Yom Kippur War. A
military spokesman said that Is-
raeli tanks and heavy artillery
were thrown into the battle after
the Syrians opened fire with ar-
tillery, mortars and recoilless
cannon all along the Golan
Height lines.
The shooting was described as
intermittent and sporadic, dimin-
ishing on one sector of the front
only to flare up on another.
Israeli tanks hit and set fire to
four Syrian armored troop car-
riers and also scored hits on a
number of Syrian trucks.
A MILITARY spokesman said
the Syrians were seen removing
casualties. Israeli artillery also
pounded Syrian artillery positions
del p behind the Syrian lines, a
military spokesman said.
He said there were no Israeli
casualties. The Syrians reportedly
started shooting early in the
morning of the latsst incident,
but later agreed to a ceasefire
call by United Nations observers
after taking a severe battering by
Israeli return fire.
But the ceasefire lasted only
two hours and the shelling was
resumed. Israeli artillery' went in-
to action immediately afterwards.
ACCORDING TO diplomatic
sources in Beirut. Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger was to fly
to Damascus last week at the re-
quest of the Syrian government.
If he succeeded in arranging
Forte Plaza Chosen 'Building of Month'
A 14-story office building which
focuses on "aesthetic excitement"
as its motif, has been chosen as
Februaiy's "Building of the
Month" by the City of Miami Com-
mittee on Ecology and Beautifica-
tii n. committee chairman E. Al-
bert Pallot said.
The selections unit was un-
animous in its choice of Foite
an offici complex 1<
at 1401 Bricki 11 Ave. designed by
\ West
which features landscaped walk-
ways, :\ series of graceful concrete
stairways leading to the main en-
trance, and an "outdoor" lobby,
with textured columns.
Buikli-r John Forte will receive
rhe citation at a public luncheon
... at 12:15 p.m. in the Colum-
bus HotiI. Sp< aker al the lunch-
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i: Pa ker, first vice chair-
nd h< ad
31 t)h unit.
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Israeli-Syrian disengagement ne-
gotiations, the way woul I be
open for Syria's participation in
the next phase of the Geneva
peace conference, the sources
said.
Kissinger was in Damascus
three weeks ago and went from
there directly to Jerusalem,
where he reportedly conveyed
Syrian proposals on disengage-
ment to Israeli officials.
TTIE SYRIAN proposals were
reportedly taken up at an Israeli
Cabinet meeting Jan. 27.
But since then there has been
no visible movement toward dis-
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Friday, February 15, 1974
*Jenisti fkridlian
Page 9-A
Golda Calls for Wave of Migrants
PftEMIM MIR
Hungary Jews
Hoping For
Compensation
By ANDREW SUEMEGHI
JTA Correspondent
BUDAPEST (JTA) Hun-
gary's Jews hope that West Ger
many will continue to make com-
pensation and reparation pay
mients after the original time
limit is reached this year.
A local group. "The Organize
tinn of Nazi Victims in Hungary.''
and the local authorities intend
to take the matter up with the
German government Thev ^i=-
cussed the issue with the West
German Minister of Finance
Helmuch Schiller during his re
cent visit here.
SCHILLER IS reported to have
said at the time that "the psycho-
logical value of continued com-
pensation is as important as the
monies actually paid."
West Germany has paid up till
now 100 million DM into a spe-
cial Hungarian bank which effects
payment to individual claimants
Proven victims have received an
average of 13,000 florins (about
$5601 each.
s
Official statistics Tiere show that
altogether 666,382 people were
deported by Nazi Germany and
or.ly a handful are known to have
survived.
OF HUNGARY'S current Jew
ish populition of 100.000. some
60,000 have lodged compensation
claims and many feel that these
have not been fully paid.
Local recipients also complain
about the "red tape" involved.
People complain that they have
lo hear the brunt of supplying
proof that their persecution had
a religious reason.
East German) nas adamantly
refuse! up till now to make any
payment whatsoever for the vie
t >. disclaiming any responsibil-
ity for the actions of the Third
Reich.
Pascoe Report on Israel
Women's League for Israel, Lin-
Roney Miami Reach Chapter.
. have a regular meeting Tues-
day noon in the 100 Lincoln Rd.
clubroom. Sam Pascoe. who recent-
ly returned from Israel, will re-
port on current developments
there. Fran Res-nick is chapter
president. Refreshments will be
sei ved.
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JERUSALEM (JTA) Im-
passioned pleas to Jews all over
the world to immigrate to Israel,
to build the land" and to stand
"where 'he supreme struggles of
Jewish history are being waged"
were issued here by Premier
Golda Mcir and by the World
Zionist Orr'iization executive.
Mrs. Meir i appeal was in the
form of a letter addressed to
Leon Dulzin, acting chairman or
the WZO executive, which will
be distributed abroad during the
"Aliyah Months" that will be held
in various countries February
through April to try to stimulate
increased immigration from west-
ern countries.
THE TEXT of the letter and
of a "call to the Jewish people
from the World Zionist Organ iza
tion" were released here at a
meeting of the WZO executive
presided over by Dulzin and at
tended by members from Israel
and abroad.
In her letter. Premier Meir ex
pressed satisfaction with the "Ali
yah Month'" campaigns an.1 noted
that "Aliyah to Israel has always
been the focus of Zionist educa
tion and that constant flow of
immigrants has been a stimulus to
our growth and to our taking
root in Eretz Yisroel."
Praising world Jewry for dem-
onstrating "in its ;:ets of identifi-
cation with us that we are indeed
one people." a reference to the
unprecedented outpouring of fi-
nancial aid during and after the
Yom Kippur War, Mrs. Meir con-
tinued :
"BUT THAT is not enough.
The meaning of a Jewish state is
first and foremost an aliyah-ori-
ented state, a state to which thou-
sands of our brethren will immi-
grate and in which they will be
absorbed.
"A strong Israel, an Israel
whose future and fate are in her
own hands, means an Israel in
which many millions of Jews are
building their homes. For us ali-
yah is our life blood. Confident
in our own stand, convinced of
our inherent ability to overcome
all difficulties, believing in the
Jewish people. I call upon you:
come to Israel and build tho
land."
the wzo executive's message,
in a similar vein, observed that
I-rael was "on the threshold of
fateful times" in which it could
onpp acii'i f;nri itself at war or
"may have embarked on the road
to peace.
"Either alternative means that
we must build a strong Israel, an
Israel firmly rooted in its soil,
an Israel capable of facing the
enemy while facing up to the
challenges of peace,'- the message
said.
The message stressed that "im-
migration to Israel today means
Jewish self realization in its hi|h
est form. the practfls-ef Zioidam
to the highest degree."
It called on Jews to "respond
to the challenge and come build
Israel a super edifice to last
for generations."
Sailing Course Offered By 'Y'
Allan Leiter. chairman of the
Physical Education Committee of
the Greater Miami YMHA, which
is a part of the Jewish Community
Centers of South Florida, announc-
es a sailing course for families
and individuals starting Sunday.
The Manny Hahn Sailing School
in Cutler Ridge wjll teach sailing
and seamanship to adults, chil-
dren's groups and mixed groups
from 10 a.m. to noon, or 1 p.m. to
3 p.m. The course will be taught
bj Manny Hahn, physical educator
and American Red Cross certified
-ailing instructor for the YMHA,
as a service to both members and
nen-menibcrs.
placed in separate groups where
requested. The use of a Cape
Doiy sailboat will enable student;
to participate in island trips and
camping.
Call Vivian Becker at the Cen
tral Y' for further details.
The minimum age requirement
; eight years. Adults will be I
Mrs. Mentz Speaker
Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, president.
Miami Beach Hadassah, will talk
on "The Workings of Hadassah"
before the Spinoza Forum Thurs-
day, Feb. 21, at 10 a.m. in the
Washington Federal. 1234 Wash-
ington Ave. Dr. Abraham Wolfson
is director of the forum and
Arnold Kleiner serves as chair-
I
There is faith and hope in Israel.
The museums, concert halls and theatres
are open.
The kibbutz children are laughing and
playing.
The sidewalk cafes are bustling.
The fishermen bring in their nets and the
farmers work the soil.
Our old people continue to believe.
Our young people still know about falling
in love.
We want you to come to Israel now to
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MeWlCft tUrkHat) Friday, February 15. 1974
^Tyoris Omo/ar
A Glimmer of Optimism Seen in (lie Depressing Oil Situation
'"THREE MAJOR problems will preoccupy the
American Jewish" Community in 1974. They
are:
Guarding against energy crisis reprecus-
sions that could be damaging to American Jews;
Railing maximum aid for Israel;
Stimulating greater interest in Jewish
education which has been on the decline during
the last years.
THE PREOCCUPATION over the possible
utilization of the energy crisis by anti-Semitic
elements in this country is very much on the
minds of Jewish leaders. Efforts by anti-Semitic
groups to exploit the fuel shortage are already
being made in certain sections of the country
However, they are so far ineffective.
N.i attention, for instance, is being paid bv
car owners to anti Jewish stickers which anti-
Semitic elements are distributing at gasoline sta-
tions. On the contrary. Grumhling car owners are
blaming the rulers of the Arab oil countries for
the shortage in gasoline.
They are also sharo in their criticism aeainst
the American oil companies, accusing them n{
(level'Dine an oil shortage for the sake of making
greater oro'its.
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3f*-jn.-f t** snort ^"c o' 'onl ni"t-r'ct; f>n not
i to Israel, a- the Arabs
Daylight Saving
Time Reminds Him
Oi the Wisdom of a Rooster
l^lGIir IS generally taken for granted, but now that
save daylight, maybe it is a
we are becoming as '.vise as the rooster. It always
ts a kind ol special joy. bursting into song a:
first appearance of light
The Jewish sages of old praised the rooster for it
and made a special benediction. -Blessed is the Lord
for giving the rooster the ability to distinguish between
';t."
IT'S A great gift to bo able to distinguish between
-- and light. The rooster was man's first alarm
r< sh history was changed by this lowly crea-
ture. was like -his. and this is a true story
It was during World War 1 1917. it was
r Ol the outbreak of the Russian Revolution and
the year of the entry of the United States into the
war. Gen. Allenby was pursuing and Ger-
is In Palestine, Not Ion bef B 11 in had |
iration with its promise of a
J< :-h homeland.
"The Jerusalem you love." Balfour told Weizmann,
be yours." Ulenbv was making fast head-
h was annroachii a fitting thing
be for Jerusalem to b retaken on Chanukah,
the anniversary nt the day Judas M<.....abeus had re-
n the H .'v Cirv and restored Jewish independence
Bit APPROACHING Jeru alem Allenby halted
Germi ns. h" figured, would put un
fhir fiercest battle to hold Jerusalem. Tt was bi
therefore, not f0 press narrl If it were {akeB a vp(ik
later Iso lie all risht
But the following morning. Allenby's mess ser
e at dawn. "Oh. for some esss for breakfast." he
think*. He knows it i- an impossible dream. The New
York Times has been earning many stories about the
famine in Palestine. No one has seen an egg there for
east half a year. The British army carries some food
supplies, but no eggs.
But still the sergeant pines for eggs. Then sud-
denly, he hears a rooster crow.
H there is a rooster around, there must be hem
nd eegs. He rushes out and in the distance he seer
something. He gets closer. He's disappointed. It's not
a roo'tr.
It was a man wavine a white flas. enmine to tell
him that the Turks and Germans have abandoned
Jerusalem.
So. on Chanukah morning. Gen. Allenby marches
into Jerusalem.
So the rooster nrmwri it= ahi'ifv to distinguish be-
tween dirkness and light in another wv.
Porhar> if is verv annrooriate tH->< p' Hifs t''m
fhoro ihmitd prvsr a hnnk ^i?ld "Ti, \fi*t*r nf
Light n is a biography of Albert Michaelson, by his
daugiiter.
' and the American oil companies dealing with the
Arabs would wish them to do. On the contrary.
"Aral hi.HKinail" is becoming a standard answer
given by Americans to the inconveniences they
face now as a result of the energy crisis.
With the quadrupling of oil prices by Arab
rulers, it now becomes clear to every thinking
American that even though Israel has agreed to
withdraw its armed forces from certain terri-
*J v' h ,
Harrv Golden & Son

Assess U.S. Jewry Today
MARRY GOLDEN and his son. Richard Gold-
hurst have applied their writing talents to an
assessment of American Jewry and kindred topics
as seen by other Jews of all ranks. The book is
rich in wit, pungent phrases and perceptive ob-
servations but has some conclusions that are
jpen to debate and a few errors in statistics. The
book is "Travel.- Through Jewish America" I Dou-
ileday & Co., $7.98, 276 pp.).
The introduction, "Today I am an Etl
loteworthy. It is in this chapter thai
he pi pulation of Miami Jewry is grossly under-
' We have a Jewish community <>f <
200.000.
THE DIGESTS of the interviews made in
the cities selected fMiami not included) can
erve a* important sources of discussion about
the future of American Jewry.
The balance of the book touches on a varii ".
if subjects. Although instances of Golden humor
ire few and far between, the comments of the
author and interviewees are significant.
4* <+
"A TRAVELER DISGUISED," bv Dan Mirwi
'choek*n Rook*. $7 05 346 nn ) is subtitl*d
"The Rice of Modern Yiddish Fiction in the lPh
Onturv." It is the author's do-'onl thesis for
Columb'a University.
Miron is an Isra-li and was guided in hi =
studies by the great Yiddish scholars Uriel and
Max Weinreich. son and father respectively, of
sainted memorv. The malor Dortion of the book
is devoted to Mondelc Moyker-Sforlm (sje).
It is interesting to note that Mendele's firs?
hook was written in Hebrew and that he switched
to Yiddish because th > Hebrew vocabulary of hi1"
i did "'t lend lte'f to narrative conversation
in i to reflect the ambience of the East European
Jews.
The publieation of *ho hinV was mado ms.
-ib'n bv a grant from YTVO. Th book will b-
">-i7ed by scholars in and of Yiddish library
history.
lories in Egypt and Syria, the Arab rulers will
not go back to their former prices on oil.
Hence, their excuse that they are reducing
oil deliveries to the United States and other
democratic industrial countries to force Israel's
complete withdrawal is now beginning to be
taken by many Americans as nothing but a
camouflage for their greediness.
AMERICAN EXPERT*! now estimate that
with the present quadruoling of the prices on
their oil. the feudal sheikhs of the Arab oil coun-
tries will have an income of more than $1 bil-
lion a month. They also predict that bv the time
the United States becomes independent of Arab
oil in 1960 the Arab rulers will have amassed
$80 billion. This is a sum sufficient to enable
them to acquire controlling interest in numerous
major industrial enterprises in this country, as
well as in England. France, West Germany and
other European countries.
This would mean that they will emerge as a
third world power, next to the I'nited States and
the Soviet Union. They will own not only the oil
welll of their own countries, hut also many of
the important industries in all democratic coun-
tries.
r^
;*>
Singer's Novel
( ${/f Readied for Screen
Hollywood
IffENAHEM GOLAN, coauthor producer and d
ti t ol "Kazablan," had come t>> Los Angeles I i
the world premiere of the English-language version of
the Israeli screen musical.
11 stays on here to make a picture in Hollywood
and prepare for filmization in Rumania and Israel of
the often announced production of Isaac Bashevis
Singer's "The Magician of Lublin." his pet project for
whieh Wolf Mankowitz originally wrote the screenplay
when the late Laurence Harvey planned the film in
Eastern Europe.
GOLAN, WITH whom Harvey worked on "K
to the Sun" (still generally unreleased in the US >
now has purchased all the t .....The Magician of
Lublin.'" a strangely cabalistic tale of a man who tries
to find God in the heavens bj himself some
crude wings vainly trying to star) to fly.
Golan is very excited | the writings of :he
Yiddish roe-. Singer whom he bel eves to be the great-
est novelist alive today in any I
THE ESSENCE ,f s,n er's '. I iso] hy, so
quently ex >n sse : in "T le Mai his eon-" |
search for the existence of G id G ilan is era
involved in the question about the validity of
religion.
r summarizes in "The Ma Ian" that if tl
man has creal I God som thin
I >x and conservative Jews would no; like very
He Regrets Not Slapping Mark Spitz
Tel Aviv
'piNS IS the story of a group of gallant youngsters
from the Cincinnati Jewish Community (enter
who together with one friend from the Brighton
Beach (N.Y.) YMHA had the intestinal fortitude to
visit Israel recently for a combined basketball com-
petition and tour of the country.
WOULD YOU believe that ceasefire upheavals
and the bombing of the plane in Rome caused all
the other boys to cancel out. including a Canadian
group, leaving the Cincinnati squad as the only U.S.
representative?
PERHAPS ONE of the reasons the Cincinnati
squad refused to buckle down to the scares which
frightened off the other American Jewish contingent
is due to their indomitable leader. Rod McKinley,
physical education director at the Cincinnati Com-
munity Jewish Center.
Rod. who is a practicing Jew. is a great-grand-
nephew of President William McKinley.
'" J.......* '-' '' ......'' "' i- [...... ..
AT THAT time, the Cincinnati five in competi-
tion against several South American hoop squads
won the Pan American title. My most vivid recollec-
tion of McKinley. at that time, was when he ap-
proached me in the temple at the Friday night serv-
ices and asked, "Mr. Cohen, is it okay if I smack
one of these fresh young kids who is interrupting
the decorum in the rear of the temple?"
MAYBE I'M sorry now I didn't give him permis
sion to belt the kid. for it turned out that the young
man. who was disturbing the other bovs at the serv-
ice, was a great young swimmer by the name of
Mark Spitz.
It's the same Mark Spitz who. after the massacre
at Munich, on a stopover in London, instead of de-
ploring what had transpired in Munich, spoke to
reporters about the brilliant financial future that
awaited him in the states.
^-Ha-hc/l C^oAo/i
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Friday, February 15, 1374
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Paae 11-A
LEO MLNDUN
The Agony of Fran
M
Kafka is All Jewry's

Continued from Page 4-A
Bpfakcsque world in which all
Bus live.
When in "The Trial" the
painter, Titorelli, drags from be-
neath his bed a dusty pile of his
canvasses done over and over
again, each one a picture of an
abandoned Garden of Eden in
which the twin Trees of Life and
Knowledge are chopped down,
that is Kafka's way of defining
his own art.
WHETHER IN "The Trial" or
in "Metamorphosis." whether in
"The Penal Colony" or in the
"Great Wall of China." Kafka is
telling the same story just like
Titorelli painted the same pic-
ture over and over a^ain.
The theme is unexplained sin,
flj^ guiltriddcn fear and the punish-
ment of spiritual exile and death
man's reward for the abandon-
t of his father: his natural
er and God the Father,
at Kafka speaks from the
point of view of a Jew escaped
aoticf until the personal details
of his life emerged beyond those
that hi> close friend, and literary
ttwcutor. Max Brod. first re-
tooled by word of mouth and
then in his Kafka biography.
PERHAPS IT is well that these
detaiU were unavailable from the
tart It gave Kafka a universal-
ity beyond his ardent Judaism.
his passionate Zionism in the last
years of his life.
If it laid him ooen to being
pounced upon by the R imanists
and misconstrued as a latter-day
Gospel preaching redemption
through Christianity, it also
saved him from the parochialism
to which specifically Jewish writ-
ers are frequently heir.
The personal details to which
fer are to b- found in Kafka's
ries." his "Letters to Milena"
now in the ju Pletters to Felice Bauer"
(Sc ckon Boo!;-. New York. 536
pp. s, 17.30).
. WE SHOULD be grateful to,
Sc k '. i::>nk; Th have n tl
Kr: mihlishi d mo :'' 'f
K ,/- fi.'lo-i !> '' Max
Ki :u:>:r:ll'liy.
Kv '
"i": e Felice Bauer letters arc
^2,,. e\ercise In agony The> are
|rr n to th" only woman we
of to wh mi Kaf as ever
j, ,,:. let along twice engaged.
m Dymant, with whoi i he was
living when tuberculosis finally
tilled him. was not his fiance.1
in the same sense of the word
:,l' ugh he would ha' e married
her if her Orthodox father's rabbi
I ha-! not disapproved of Kafka as
I a renegade Jew.
THE FELICE Bauer letters
[span September. 1912. to October,
1917 when he broke off for the
last time their plan* to be mar-
ried because he had jut suffered
his first of the many lung hemor-
rhages that would ultimately kill
him.
There is nothing very inspiring
an the letters. Kafka himself
knew this and confessed it in a
note to Grete Bloch on Nov. 18.
1913, a friend of Felice 'included
in the Schocken collection) to
whom he had recently been intro-
duced.
And the worst of it (whether
or not he and Felice really loved
each other and whether or not
they should get married)," he
wrote her, "is that again letters
flow from both sides dealing ex-
clusively with the writing of let-
ters empty, time-wasting let-
ters, secretly no more than ac-
counts of the torture it is to
carrv on a correspondence."
IF THIS is Kafka's own evalu-
ation of the Bauer letters, then
of what value is the Schocken
collection? ...
The answer is that it reaffirms
our image of Kafka as a tortured
soul who understood the absurd-
ity of the universe and who, to
torture himself for the sin of his
insight (man's fall from the Gar-
den), was determined to be a
part cf that absurdity as if it
were not absurd.
It reaffirms our image of Kafki
as modern ma:i
BUT MORE, it gives us gem-
like views of Kafka the Jew
views that are reserved for more
frequent examination in the
Milena letters, which are more
ardent and less phony, more re-
vealing and less contrived, be-
cause he really loved Milena Jes-
enska and never pretended to
want to marry her. if only be-
cause she was not Jewish.
For example, in critical reac-
tion to Grete Bloch's brother and
to her brother's fledglings at-
tempts as a writer. Kafka de-
clared:
'What little there is about the
Jewish villagers gives an im-
pression of truth, but it is a uni-
versal Zionist yearning, and in
this first within reach of all who
have joined the ranks."
Himself an avid member of the
ranks. Kafka wrote Felice, even
after breaking off their engage-
ment for the last time:
"Max (Brod) is giving a Zion-
ist lecture in Komotau ... I am
joining them on the train."
IN SPEAKING of other people,
other things, other ideas. Kafka
here speaks primarily of him-
self But this quality in him ap-
pears even more clerly in the
Milena collection. And so. he
writes:
The Insecure, position of
Jews would make it above
a 1 comprehensible that they con-
sidered themselves to be allowed
to own only what they hold in
their hands or between their
teeth."
"From the most improbable
sides. Jews are threatened with
danger they are threatened
with threats."
"Anxiousness of Jews .
(here Kafka quotes in Czech)
. "J;te zid" 'Are you Jew-
i'h?' Don't you see how in the
'Jste' the fist is withdrawn to
gather muscle strength? And then
in the zid' the cheerful, unfail-
ing, forward-flying blow?"
9 "You (referring to himself)
are 38 years old and as tired as
one can probably never grow
through age after all. you're
a Jew and know what fear is."
"In the evening, I talked
again to a Palestinian Jew. I be-
lieve it's impossible in a letter
to make you understand his im-
portance for me a small, al-
most tiny, weak, bearded, one-
eyed man. But the memory of
him has lost me half the night."
"I've spent all afternoon in
the streets, wallowing in the Jew-
baling. Prasive plemeno'
filthy rabble," I heard someone
call the Jews the other day. Isn't
it natural to leave the place
where one is hated so much? Fjr
this. Zionism or national feeling
is hardly needed."
"I am as far as I know the
irost typical Western Jew .
This means that not one calm
second is granted me. nothing is
granted me, everything has to be
earned, not only the present and
the future, but the past too
something after all which per-
haps every human being has in-
herited, this too must be earned.
occupations were aUo part of his
bound afi: "' 'he fu-
Judaism." They were an
! his tortured life
and of his breal itaking art.
Schocken's latest "Letters 11
i- i ce Bauer" joins their "Li
to Milena'' to illumine both.
AT A time when the fale and
the destiny of Israel seem to
lave many Jews befuddled about
their Jewishness as before there
was an Israel, a condition that
political Zionism these days finds
particularly frustrating, the art
of Kafka is heady stuff.
It is. in fact, more meaningful
than ever, and Jews should read
Kafka with special pleasure and
with special insights into his
agony as if it were their own.
it is perhaps the hardest work." ~~
if i am never going to Real Estate Course Opens
leave my bed again (meaning A weekly course in Real Estate
his deadly tuberculosis), why Appraisal, which is designed fot
shouldn't I travel as far as Pal- bickers and salesmen, was to
estine? ... in Muritz. I came in- open Thursday at 7 p.m. in the
to contact with a summer colony Ida M. Fisher Community School,
of a Jewish People's Home from H24 Dicxel Ave. Instructor Sy B.
Berlin, most of them Eastern Schwartz, real estate appraiser
Jews. It attracted me very much." with University Federal Savings
THIS PREOCCUPATION with and Loan Association, will include
Jews, Judaism. Palestine, Zionism theory and actual appraisals in
and anti-Semitism was part of the 12-session course offered by
Kafka's defense against Milena's 'he Dade County Board of Educa-
repeated pleas that he marry her. tion. Adult Education Division,
and he used it to fend off the
pleas in the same way that he
used his shattered nerves, his
need as a writer for isolation and
finally his tuberculosis to avoid
marriage with Felice.
But as critic Willy Haas has
pointed out. Kafkj"s Jewish pre-
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fJen isf fkrkUair
Friday, February 15. 1974
U.S. Aid to be Spent by June 30
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
JTA Washington Bureau Chief
' WASfflNGTON (JTA)
The U.S. budget for fiscal year
1975 shows th;il aboul 30 per ecu:
of the $2.5 billion appropriated
for Israel's defense requirements
are to be spent by June 30 and
approximately the same amount
for the new fisc.i! year beginning
July 1.
The 12.5 billion. Bureau of
Budget officials told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency, represents
the $2.2 billion m emergency se-
curity assistance voted by the
Congress in December in the aft-
ermath of the Yom Kippur War
anil the S300 million in additional
credits for the purchase of mili-
tary equipment appropriated last
fall in the regular foreign assist-
ance outlays.
OF THAT combined amount.
the budget shows S673.644.000 is
obligated for expenditure in the
current fiscal vear ending Jupe
30 and S70,800.00l) in fiscal 1975.
In addition. $17,336,000 of the
S2.2 billion is obligated to meet
the I' S -hare of costs of the
United Nations Emergency Force
(UNBF) to patrol the buffer
zones on Israel's borders.
The Congress had directed that
these costs be taken from the
emergency fund. None of the
$300 million in credits has yet
been obligated, the budget offici-
als told JTA.
THE PRESIDENT and the
State Department, the budget of-
ficial said, probably will make
their decisions during this month
on how much of the $2.2 billion
will be given to Israel as a grant
and what part, if any. as a loan.
Congress has authorized the
President to give grants of up to
Eban Due for Visit in 31arch
JERUSALEM (JTA) For-
eign Minister Aboa Eban believes
that disengagement negotiations
with Syria will begin sometime
this month.
He said in an interview taped
for West German television over
the weeken i that lie based that
prediction on the "a^ui"
thai Syria will nut want f<> hai e
a completely iso
Drisoner question," meat
that he thought Damascus would
soon accede to Israel's condition
that it produce a POW list before
negotiations can begin.
EBAN ALSO confirmed reports
that he planned to visit Washing-
ton in March "to discuss (with
Secretary of State Henry A. Kis-
singer) the next stage of the
Geneva conference."
He said his planned visit was
b -id on the assumption that dis-
engagement agreements with
Syria If Egypt were to take
by then.
Eban said on his TV interview
that while Kgypt would prefer
Kollek Elected for Third
Term As Jerusalem Mayor
JERUSALEM OTA)
Teddy Kollek has been elected
for a third term as mayor of
Jerusalem at the first session of
the Cky Council, with 29 voting
in his favor and two abstaining.
Unlike the outgoing City Coun-
cil, this council is not based on
a wall-to-wall coalition, but has
two opposition members, one of
the Merchants List and the other
of the Independent Liberals.
HOWEVER, the new counci
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In his first speech to the new
council. Kollek said that within
the framework of "a unified Jeru-
salem, the capital of Israel." one
had to allow the Arabs a consid-
erable degree of political and so-
cial responsibility.
"The tolerant policy toward
the Arabs." he said, "proved to
be the only correct policy."
that Syria reached some kind of
arrangement with Israel before
Egypt proceeded to the next
phase of peace negotiations at
C.eneva. he was "not certain that
President Anwar Sadat will sub
ordinate Egyptian interests to
what could be the caprice of
Syria If Egypt were to take
'bat view, then Egyptian sover-
eignty would have moved from
i giro !" Dam ISCUS," Khan said.
Hi said thai both Egypt and
I-: ii 1 w re curving out their ( ngagement commitments i>n>p
erly. despite allegations in the
Cairo pres< of Israeli violations
EBAN SAID that Israel \iewed
the disengagement agreemen'.
with Egypt as a "test case con-1
cerning the thesis and doctrine
of Egypt's intentions ... If th*!
agreement works well this will
have a profound psychological ef
feet and therefore a profound po
litical effect. It will create much
credibility about the possibility
and validity of signed agree-
ments."
He added, however, that "On
the other hand, if the agreemen;
does not work well the contrary
will be the case." Eban said that
Kissinger was "convinced that the
Egyptian President is resolved to
cooperate in breaking away from
the cycle of tension and war."
T3
c*$i

MtB*
CattWW^s
all
v&.
I-rael during the Yom Kippur
War and into last December to-
taled about a billion dollars, in-
cluding transportation costs.
Si .5 billion of the emergency
funds.
In addition, the State Depart
nient is due to provide Congress
with its new foreign aid request-
soon that will show what amount
it wishes budgeted for Israel, and
others, in the fiscal year 1975.
In the past two years. Congress
has voted $300 million each year
for military credits and $500 mil-
lion in 1971 after the missile cri-
sis along the Suez.
"GRANTS OF credits in excess ;
of the Si.5 billion." the budget
report said, "may be used only
if the President determines it
to be important to our national
interest that Israel receive such
amounts and reports the deter-
mination, the justification for the
determination, and the terms of i
that additional assistance to the i
Congress at least 20 days prior
to the obli;, "on of the funds."i
Budget officials said the
amounts of aid spectacularly air-
lifted and otherwise shipped to |
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IMPOSSIBLE ... BUT APPARENTLY TRUE
next year in Moslem Indonesia,
it remains to be seen whether
Spirit of Geneva in Jerusalem
this biblical insight will survive it.
the test of Arab pressure which
will soon be brought to bear on
v By PINCH AS LAPIDE
London Chronicle Syndicate
L"The Central Committee of the
rid Council of Churches ... sug-
ts that the subject of biblical
erpretation be studied in order
[avoid the misuse of the Bible
support of partisan political
MVa and to clarify the bearing
faith upon critical political
pestions."
[Thus ran paragraph seven of a
fee statement on the Middle
>.t. adopted Aug. 20. 1969,
lien has a good deal to say
out the "injustice" perpetrated
the Arab refugees, less about
Jews, and mentioning the
ale of Israel but once in a
ferly negative context.
|BY ANi large it was about as
for" a pronouncement as can
expected of a loose roof-or-
Inization of some 260 churches,
fhich include Russian Orthodoxy.
.i) ully number of Arab bis!
Americans with large mis-
in Lebanon and Egypt, and
b i-k, not a single Jew.
Israeli critics were not slow in
tinting out that the WCl
r never recommended the
t of biblical interpret ,r
: i avoid Catholic misuse of scrip-
l nor. for that matter, ha<-
in Rmne (since Vatican
Hi encouraged the scrutinv
lit misuse of the Bible.
it paragraph seven thu
I down to, for any Ji
I enist, was just the kind of
I in" bias the statement pur
: to warn against, hiding .
ico theological rej. etio
mi undi t the cloak of "even
oblectivity."
TO WOln the impression I
e ssue was a foregone c >ncl i
i WCC derided to hi
rial consultation en
nti rpr 'tation and IH
n Christian attitudi
[he situation In the Middle
This is now taking placi
in '
Pr atory to this mei
onfidential ques!
was sent out to member
rches and other Christ
ips containing such leading
as:
Is there a continuity between
I wish people today and the
h people at the time of
Jesus?
Are the Jews still the Peo
f the Covenant, or has the
church replaced them?
Are the promises in the Old
Testament (Gen. 15:18) to the
people of Israel still valid today?
Should Christians support
the State of Israel for theological
reasons?
TWO OF the stands taken, in
response to the poll, will suffice
I to illustrate the gamut of Protes
| tant disagreement:
"Incredible as it scenis. the
I Six-Day War has more sienifi
[cance for Evangelical Christians
I today than it has for the world's
Jews even Israelis! For Evan
gelical Christians it has brought
about ... the biblical fulfillment
I of Christ's prophecy announcing
| the return of Israel's Messiah .
"We now have two tremen
ous eschatological dates on hand
May 15, 1948, when the State of
llsrael was born, and June 28
1967. when Israel formally ended
Sentile overlordship of the Holy
Htr.
THUS WROTE Palmer Gordon
Brown, while Alistair Kee had
|his to say:
"The land (of Israel) is not s
ological issue. Jerusalem If
pimply not a theological issue .
"Only in turning away as the
klogians from such issues a'
Jerusalem can we develop a
?roper theological perspective on
Palestine, which will eventually
llso liberate the Jews from Zion-
. Since the entire complex of
Questions and problems raised by
WOC dealt prominently witft
M Judaism and the State of
Israel, a group of Christians in
Israel suggested to Dr. Lukas
Vischer, chairman of the con-
sultation, that he come to Jeru-
salem to meet some Jewish
scholars and Arab Christians
for a free (and non-commit-
tal) exchange of views.
TO WASTE no time on pre-
liminaries or generalities, three
sessions were arranged, with
grouos of three to five
scholars each, centered on these
key issues: the relationship be-
tween the Old Testament ("The
Hebrew Bible." as Jews refer to
it) and the New Testament, the
promise of the land, and justice.
A welcome by-product of these
Informal meetings was an im-
promptu dialogue between Is-
raeli professors and Arab Chris-
tian clergymen with the Swiss
guest aglow with delight over the
ecumenical catalysis which his
presence had produced.
Now that some of the ice has
been broken, there is talk of hav-
ing more of these "roundtables"
within the Ecumenical Research
Fraternity, whose members in
elude both Arabs and Jews.
AS A participant in this un-
precedented three-day "Prepara-
tion in Jerusalem." I am bound
to say that Dr. Vischer did a
brilliant job of listening, taking
notes and asking poignant ques-
tions.
Asked about his own impres-
sions on the eve of his depar-
ture, the prudent church politician
went as far as saying: "There
seems to he a need for a basic,
fundamental solidarity of Chris-
tians with Jews."
With the general assembly of
the WCC scheduled to convene
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So maybe just worrying about Israel isn't enough. Maybe
you should do something about it.
How about living there?
It's not an easy decision. But the things Israel offers you
may just make it worthwhile. The feeling that you are im-
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fJewisti fhridliar
Friday. February 15. 1974
Jh* PCttUi
Sc
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Knowledge h Not Enough
Bv DR. DAVID R.VVB
TVuiule B- Hi Raphael
Laws are made in order to .
an individual on the sojourn of
life. In ancient Israel, too. the pur-
pose o: ia.v ,.u- to create the fin-
est so,..;;, a id "a kingdom of
priestt and a holy people."
The Almighty very beautifully
instruct* d Moses: "Now these are
the laws which thou shalt place
before them" i Exodus 21.1). Moses
i> commanded to place the laws
of the Torah be-
fore the chil-
dren of Israel
and explain the
Jaws to them.
indeed, in or-
I We are told that when the chi!-
,if Israel stood at the foot of
Mount Sinai to receive the law,
the All howed them a scroll
... ami a >v.u;d. Israel Chose
:,i live by the law and not the
word It is for this reason that
survived.
Among the iaws ?ivcn to Israel,
which ar" enumerated in
week's reading of the Torah are
:):. following:
"Thou nait not follow the
majority to do evil."
Keep thee far from falsehood."
"Thou shalt not take a bribe: for
a bribe blindeth :him that have
sight, and pervtrteth the words of
the righteou.-.''
In our Midrah. which i& the
Dr. Chaim Wtizmann. the first
President of the State of
r.oied that "a law is
i must have a moral ba-.- so
that there is sn inner compelling
force for every cuizm :
However, knowledge oi thi
alone is not eniu^::. Our Habbis
truly taught: "Lo fit ikar
Blah Ha-ma-aseh" "It is not
theory, bul p s tici which is the
thing." The full;;
of the law is thi lent.
Unfortunately, the tragedy of
age i- that few people have
Is respect for the law and even less
abide by it. The average individual
tries to circumvent the law. He I
finds loopholes. He tries "to do
ins own thing" and in the process
tramples upon the law.
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOV CONOREGA-
TICN. 993 SW f7ih Ave. Orthodox.
Avf.
Cantor Aron Ben Arm.
1
We in this country are foitunate
in having a government of laws
and not a government of men. No
one is above the law. The law must
ANSHE EMES. 1533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Canter Sol Pakowitz.
BETH AM (Te.nptei. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Mian.. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert M. Bjen-oard. Associate Rabbi
Barry Altman. 3
BETH DAVIO. tt2i SW 3rd Avf
Conservative. Rabbi Scl Landau.
Cantor William W. Linson. *
Friday B:1S I' 'V. ;;t SU-utli Dftda
Rabb Solomon Waldenberg will apeak
,'i "RevelationFad or notion." At
Coral Way: rsv Sabbath Topic:
"Exorcism in Jewish Mysticism." Sat-
urday I .. in ri.mi sanctuary.
BETH EL. 50u SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothman. S
>eople observe
"he laws, these
laws had to be
in before them
md prepared
for them, just
Rabbi ffocb as one prepares
a table for a
meal.
The iaws. too. had to be formu-
lated in such a way as to be
palatable and under.-tood by the
people. It is only then that the
people would accent the iaws as
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Mooern Traditional. Rabhi Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Leon Segal. Rev. Ale*
.v- ,.. 1U ou, .IUia-.,. wuiu i uk i p ,, ,h d ,h stahl. Rev Mendel Gutterman. 6
ler to have the .jral tradition and folklore of our aPP'> fq"aI1> ,l tne ncn and tne Knilay s ,., nr Frrmf,n: .-Guarantor!
.it is emphasized that "the
1 ol the Torah are like golden
vessels. The more we use and
scour them, the more they glisten
and reflect the face of him who
looks at them. But if we neglect
thtm and avoid them, then they be-
come like vessels oi glas which
are easily broken or tarnished."
Maimonide.-. the great Hebrew
philosopher, expressed the true
spirit of Jewish law when he
wrote: "The puipose of the laws
o.- the Torah is to provide corn-
poor; the haughty and the humble:
the native born and the stranger
or newcomer.
We Jews, especially must chart
the way and set the example We
must be a light unto the citizens
of the community. "Justice and
jnly justice" must we pursue.
It is imperative, therefore, that
live show consideration for our fel-
lowman and in particular our
many brethren in need o: susten-
ance and housing. If we but fol-
i.m.
of Mideast !' bci
He] i'):'' ill hi -i
in honor of their
SHrv.
Mr. and Mrs Max
:! Ones; Shabbat
wedding annivcr-
BETH TIKVA,
set Dr.
(Reform) 9025
Sun-
6-A
part and par:el of their lives and passion, loving-kindneu and peace low the laws of the To ah we
be ready to live in i c n
.;i the world."

r^abbinical *Jelevision r'rogrcm
Feb. 17 Ch. 1 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Ho-t Rabbi Sol Landau. Beth David TV
Feb. 17 Ch. 4. 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
(Repeated on Ch. 2 at 6 p.m.)
Hot lev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic "New Fire in Judaism"
Guest ReheUin Esther Jungreis and Miss Barban
1 ngoff
Feb. 17 Ch. 7 10 a.m. The Still Small Voke
Host :: ibbi Solomon Schiff
Topi.. .'ital Issues in Judaism"
- '"isssiiiiisi.iiniMiinistiisiinssti.wiMMi.Mwsi,:
SYNO^ THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
are
lllll
i nese
them ."
MASTER
are the laws to
purchased Hehr.
years' servic I
they leave with
though she wer
CAPIT; r iMENT: The death penalty is imposed for
the foUowin c, villful or pre-meditated murder, striking a
-it, kidnapping, the pratice of witchcraft,
'

jrdinances which thou shalt set before
^RVANT: Heading the list of ordinance
uard the humane treatment of slaves. A
'e must be set free by his master after siv
wife and children follow him into slavery
A Hebrew slave-wife is to be treated as
born.
would then initiate the first step
in building a society ba.-ed upon
ce, morality and equalit;
Let us bcjiiii today!
Let ii- bi -.'' with Ives!
Hillel Day School
Annual Auction
The third annu?l Merer.,
Auction oi tin- Hillel Community
Day School will be held Saturday
at 8:2& p.m. at Beth Toiali Con-
gregation in North Miami Btach.
Auctioneer Harold Cobb wi oi
fer over 400 items to the highest
bidders, including cruises, ap-
pliances, weekends, dinner-, jew-
?lry, apparel, liquor and gift cer-
tificates.
Mrs. Sherman Winn is chairman
of the event, heading a committee
including Peshe Dennis. Audrey
Alberts, Florence and Arthur Win-
ton, Suzanne Lipson, Shirley and
Ben Genad, Eileen Sutton, Judy
Turgel. Rochelle and Marshall Pal- !
tuch, Raquel Scheck, Judy Silver- |
man. Sheilcy Lipson. Bertie Kut- I
.ETH TOV (Tempie). 64M SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charlei
Rubel. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. 8
Friday 1:15 n n Bermon: "Jewish
Law id Moden Tempi* mr-m-
i .. .- i bat.
ISRAEL (Temple) CF CREATER MI-
AMI. i?7 NE 19tn .. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot. 1(11
Pi day I p.m Ai part of .- Sabbath
real Ivi sen 'Lnv< f Ni iarh-
bor Is Holy." Rabl >i nnd'a
Thy Neighbor,
. he ne."
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul J.
Bender. Car:or Nathan Parnass. 11
OR OLOM .Temple, St. Conservat've. Pal l David M
Saron. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari. ".3
TIFERETH ISRAEL. t5CO N. Miami
Ave Ccnservat.-e. Rabbi Maun
Klein. 14
ZION (Temrle). 80OC M Her Rd. Con-
ser\itive. Rabb: No'nian Shapiro.
Cento' Frrol Helfn-an. 16
laj < "" i>m Sermon; "The c-r.
I '.' :i m. '
.- ill ah ol tin- w. .-k Bar
M isvah on ol Mr nnil Mrs. ;
Morris Levitt.
H/AtEAK
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Znlondsk IB '

NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSKE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 121t St. Conservative. Rabbi
MIAMI BEACN
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi ahelrion N. Ever 17
NORTH BAV VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER, ivjo 79th St. Causeway,
North Bay Village. Conservative,
Cantor Murray Yavneh. 32-A
AGUDA8 ACHIM NUSACH SEFARO
CONQRECATION. 707 5th St.. Mi.
ami Beach. Ortnonox. Rabbi Mor.
deeai Chaimovlts.
N09TH MIAMI BfACf
ADATH '.'ESHURUN (Temrle). 1021
NE Miami Gardens Or. Conservative,
Rabbi M Itcn Suhlinsky. Cantor Ian
Alpern. M
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center. 1925B
NE. ?rd Ave. Orthodox. 3S-A
BETH TORAh. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
Mlttti. Cantor Ja:ob B. Mendelson. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Victor D
Zwelling. Cantor Jack Lernsr. M
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SINAI (TemBle>. of NORTH DADB
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley "sntor Irvinp
Shulkes. ST
Friday IB p.m Kenneth J Schwarts,
li-mi>l- presidi ni and i".h:iirman.
North Dede Dirlalon CJA-IEF. will
on recent mission to Israel.
Saturday n so a.m Sermon: "Torah
Portion i f the w eh "
VKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NI
19th Ave. Ortnodcx. Rabbi Dov
BidnicK ofliciating. 38
YOUNG ISIJABL CF unEATER Ml.
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Z^'mnn Kossowsky. 31
C0RA1 CABUi
JUDEA (Temple). 5550 Granada Blvd.
Reform Rabbi Michael B. E sen.
stat. Cantor Rita Shnre 40
Prldi Rabbi Barry M. Alt'
man, I< rabbi Am, ati s1- iniMM "The
Xan Msa*lc and Supertlt|rn
:: "
^.,VORA 'e-npiei 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservr-ve. Raot.i Maxwell A.
B-r;r Cantor S'.inlrv Rirh 41
Saturday 1:45 am
n Id son Mr* : rd An noff
SUKfSIDl
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9348 Hard nQ Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. Cantor Ltibele
Levine. SO
FORT LAUDlRDAlt
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7'00 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabhi PhiTp A.
Labowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. 4
EM ANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J,
Abraeis. Cm tor Jerome KiemenL 41
P0MPAN0 BC6CH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 6101
NW 9th St.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai 6haoiro. 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. Iff
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 154', Jef-
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
Friday 8 p.m fiuret smeaker. Statl
R< pn sental Ti d 'ohen Top c
, HosiKinslbllltlea of CitlK-nnhlp and
der, Elaine Zidel, Shirley Warren, Brotherhood '
Renee Ross. Hedia Cantor. Alvina
bestialitv ai g to idols.
IN.) IK PHE PERSON: The wrong doer is made tc
ialion for injuries he caused. Among the
es inflicted in a fight damages include
of earnings and medical fees: miscarriage
- men durine a hra.wl nr riu.,-,-1,1 ,i,..,iu / .
pay mnni ::
cases listed
compensati'
caused acci
men during a brawl or quarrel; death of a
v an animal whose owner, knowing it to
take proper precautions. (Trie animal i*
s,oncd ,n Ha court fixes the amount of damages tc
be paid to next of kin).
D THEFT: Compensation must also be
party. If any animal is killed by fallinr-
he person responsible for such negligence
he animal to its owner. Theft is punished
far an o.\ and four-fold for a sheep, when
lied or so!d. Should the thief be caught
he must restore the stolen item and give
I compensation as a fine. A householder
' micide if he kills a burglar breaking in
^U"r 5 er, he is charged with murder if he kilk
"ro ,'; *y- A thief who is too poor to make
lavery. If money or property entrusted to
' 'n. double the value of the lost article
hurjan b
be dampen
paid f
into a
must
by fi'
the a
with ;
the o n
can
a ne
to h-
v.
This penalty is to be paid by the thief if
1 ee if found "uilty of ombczzlemnt. nr bv
iccme him of having the article
in
by
his
ind Lee Uuffner, Pearl Cohen.
Jackie Sheir, Alida Bunder and
Sally Bostom.
Marshall Baltuch. executive di-
rector, reported that the proceeds
of the auction will go towards the
scholarship fund to provide chil-
dren the opportunity to receive a
secular and Jewish education at
Hillel.
Michael Scheck is president of
Hillel; Rabbi Dov Bidnick is prin-
cipal.
Papanicolaou Unit
Plans Luncheon
Shore Unit of Papanicolaou Can-
cer Research Institutte will hold
I j it;, annual luncheon Tuesday at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
Mrs. Norman Schindler is serv-
ing as chaliman of the day, Mrs.
Freddie Sir-gel and Mrs. Ronnie
Gould are in charge of decorations,
.Mrs. Murray Goodman and Mrs
Alexander Kogan are chairman of
hostesses.
In charge of tickets is Mrs. Mil-
ton Smith: Mrs. Henry Gewitz 1-
" di n: .,1 Shore Unit.
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Convlaer. 21
Friday 8:1.". p.m. Sermon: 'The Out-
1 -rv of SolshenltRyn.'" Saturday 10:4S
a.m.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky. 22
BETH VOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE-
GATION. 843 Meridisn Ave. 22.A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozenwaia. 23
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave
Ratbi Meir Maslian Melamed. 23-A
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
HEBREW ACADe"my72400 Pine Tree
Or. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross.
25
3 OF STONE: Mo.se, returned from Mt
Sini Ue preeepti given him by God, offered
'": 'Book of the Covenant' to the people
They 1 by proclaiming "All that the Lord hath
spok( |ear>i
CONGaSGATlON AN-NELL (Brancl
of Hebrew Academy). 7th St. ami
Meridian Ave. Orthodox. 25.a,
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washinoton Ave !
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern |
Cantor Meyer Engel. 2*
KNCSBTH ISRAEL. 1415 Tuelld Ave j
Orthod.w. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Self. jt I
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi May nw*tz. Cantor Niro Peldman. ?.
Friday 8 r..m Alenh and Ttel etaaxes
Will bp Inltintt-d Into the wiiklv
Junior rnnrrec.itlnn sorvlrep. Class i
stadenta iii participate in the serv-
I'-o -iihI present a nmcnm nn "The
world 1- Based nn Three TlilnRa."
SHOLOM (Temple). i32 SE 11th Ave.
Conservati./. p.at,, Morris A. Skop.
Cantor V.-.ocov Renzer. g
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HAUANDAU
HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER.
(Conservative). 416 NE 8th Ave.
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz. Cantor
Jacob Danziger. 12
Friday r. i> m Sermon? "Tn Con-
forni or Mol to Conform. And When."
FYityrday H 411 ni Serinnn. "Lesson
nf ihe Week."
HOUYWOOb
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON.
GREGATION. Conservative. 3501
University Dr. Rabbi Max WMi. 44
BETH EL (temple). 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. 48
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 4601 Ar.
thur St. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
Un Makavsky. Cantor Irving Cold 44
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson 8t
Conservstive. Rabbi Dav.'d Shapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
TEMPLE BETH AHM. Consef.stive.
310 SW 62nd Ave., Hollywood. Rabbi
Rabbi Salomo.i Benarroch. Cantor
Harry Schmerllng. 47-B
TEMPLE SOLEL (L'beral). 5.00
Sheridan St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Rob-
ert Frazin. Cantor Michael Kyrr.
YOUNG ISRAEL ol HOLLYWOOD.
(Orthodox). 3891 Stirling Rd. 69
Saturday 9 am
MIKAMAK
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW S5th St
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Draiin,
Canto.- Abraham Koster. 4|
HOMlSTfAD
HMEwSJFo^P JEWISH CENT ER.
W3 NE 8th St. Con.-rv.it,ve 61
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CANDLELIGHTING WMF
23 SHEVAT
6:54
Mf TAMIO
- (Temple), snth $ anr
TMur,, waterw-v. Conservativ.
^' 5^a'ne Lbuvitz. Cantor E-' |
m -. u
Monday Dinner Meeting
Ahavat Shalom Congregation
Sisterhood has slated a dinner ,
raeetiDjj for Monday at 7:30 pm ^iOvMB-lh2-M,iJ0M Bon,t* Dr r
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Estelle '"'" A' **""y
Stein who will show pictures .
?jye hi. I 1 ressiona of a i
p t'i I-rael
C^MGREOAT /ON VTZ CHAIM. 1542
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TI-,:
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sans
SPPHARDIC
ColHni Ave.
EWISH CENTER 4'
Rabbi Sarii Nah1.1i.1s 3*
fitc M nrepiir -: in
cooperation wan rlie Grruter
Miami HaSbmfcdl Aifoctattoei
C(( >.',-.. ,,f rhr feature/
'ir-.ng lirr. -
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
Spinu I*, of
Temple Zomera
Corol Goblet
BBS I BBS.
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conditions of paralyzing terror in
the Coney Island section of Brook-
lyn, '!-. Melnip'l,:.m Coordinat-
ttig Council on Jewish Poverty re-
ported this v.ivk .!ni" M.
Becker, president, said the find-
ing wa> hasrl on in-denth inter-
views with scores of Coney Is-
land communal loaders.
The study, made possible by a
gran' f-om the city's Human Ro-
ource; Arln inMration. was the
fir-t to present !-ta:'-i data from
the area, which is heavily popu-
lated by elderly impoverished
Jews, Becker said.
DETAii i:i> questionnaire*, list-
ing 32 c mmunity problem areas.
were filled out bv rabbis and
presM'ir.s of r'lisious institu-
tions, key personnel of Jewish
socia' >er\ice organizations, presi-
dents of lewish social and fra-
ternal -n-.u.ini/ation-. nrivton of
Conev I.-land based aov.'ir mental
^Bereics. and Jewish members of
the 'oncy L-land C >i:yn.;:iit> A
0th te-
| Rabbi Jack Cohen, executive di-
rect v of the coordinating coun-
cil, >aid tlv L'o.'l of the study
was "to ui'-ntify 'he major eon-
)rn< of the Jewish community,
as -'.el as to ascertain the extent
of both private and governments
esources currently available to
ll"uate poverty conditions."'
He -aid f".ar of crime was rated
th number one problem. Drue
I lion was rated -econJ and
th-' leterioration of the neighbor-
bod was listed third. The over-1
Hding concern of elderly resi-
ents for physical security was
manifested in such responses as i
Hiving in Coney bland is like liv-.
_in4 in a jungle;" "people an
to go out at night" and
"many more muggings are tak-
ing place during the day." Many
Sspondents sa!d proliferation of
Ken age gang? was a growing
Eroblem Most respondents snid
Intensified police protection was
|a primary need.
ALL VITAL services received
>w ratings in the study. Cultural
rograms for the elderly rated.
r32nd and last. Problems affecting
youth were ranked as more im-'
portant than those affecting the
Bged. Lack of Jewish identity
among young Coney Island Jews
was cited as the major communal
problem by synagogue officials.
Decline of Jewish religious in-
stitutions in the area was cited
as the primary concern of direc-
tors of Jewish social service agen-
cies. Government officials listed
low income and unemployment,
tear of crime, dirty streets and
sidewalks, lack of decent shop-
ping and lack of escort services.
These were also cited as key
community problems by Jewish
board members of the Coney Is-
land Community Associates.
Residents of the Hi-Rise Co-Op
area, site of predominantly Jew-
ish occupied middle-income apart-
ment complexes, called lack of
Jewish identity the major com-
munal problem. Residents also
listed lack of recreation for teen-
agers, drug addiction, fear of
crime, the need for escort and
legal services, and the poor repu-
tation of the neighborhood.
RFSPOXSES BY elderly poor
Jews indicated that their most
pressing problems included fear
of crime, inadequate shopping fa-
cilities, low income and drug ad-
diction. Becker said it was of
"vital significance" that "lack of
a Jewish voice in government"
was listed as tenth in importance,
"ranking far above such services
as on-the-job training, medical
services and counseling." He said
that disclosure underscored "the
P'essing need for the continued
I fOWth and development of the
council's coordinated programs of
meeting the communal needs of
New York City's Jewish poor
wherever they are."
The Pleasure of
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Two months after all the Torah
scrolls at the Leningrad Synagogue
had been destroyed, a rabbi from
Reseda. Calif., smuggled a new
Torah to the Soviet temple in time
for the holiday of Simchat Torah.
The holiday has become a na-
tional celebration for Soviet Jews
in recent years.
RABBI ELLIS Sultanik told a
Greater Los Angeles press confer-
ence that he had learned of the
Leningrad tragedy only three
weeks ago and decided to bring a
new Torah to the synagogue in
time to celebrate the holiday.
"It wasn't easy to device a way
n get the holy scroll past the So
liets." Sultanik explained. "Bui
Individuals in my congregation of-
fered to supply the Torah. and'
people in the community were ex-
cited by a desire to do it, and W8
had to do it."
Sultanik is the rabbi at Temple
Beth Ami Reseda.
Sultanik, who would not reveal
the exact means by which the
Torah was brought in through
customs, described his feeling after
learning of the missing Torahs in
Leningra I
"IT WAS gnawing at me. 1
couldn't understand 'low the Len-
ingrad Jewish community would
celebrate Simchat Torah without
a Torah 1 was compelled to do
t?
something about it. and I'm happy:
that I did.
"I'll never forget the faces ofj
the people in the synagogue when
they saw the Torah.' Sultanik con-1
t-nued. "It was as if a precious
-tone had been found its way into,
the collective of the Leningrad
Synagogue.
"I was moved more than I had |
ever been moved in all of my j
years as a rabbi. The congregation
wa- excited. The Torah was taken
and placed in the ark. And it was
ued during the service that eve-
ning. I'll never forget it."
Sultanik one-week trip to Len-
ingrad came with the assistance of
the Southern Calfornia Council
for Soviet Jews and Israel Today
a vallev Jewish newspaper which
has absorbed the cost of the trip.
Congregation Beth Ami sponsored
the Torah which found it* way in-
SULTANIK RF.VEAI ED that he
to the Leningrad Synagogue ark.
had been followed by Soviet agents
In London, prior to his departure.
for Leningrad
"I noticed that an employee ot
the Soviet Embassy had followe I
me to sever, I places that my wife
and I visited. They suspected th3t
was trying to brine: a
r -ah scroll in, but I d -n't think
n w it was me until the
scroll wa- in the synagogue in Len-
ingrad." Sultanik said.
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Mia:r,
ejrewvvisli Floridian
Mrs. Ruth Tekoah To Speak At
Israel Bonds Dinner Feb. 24
i, Florida Friday, February 15. 1974
Section B
Mount Sinai Won't be Required
To Pay $6.4 Million HEW Claim
Akin Goldberg, director of
Mount Sinai Medical Center, told
The Jewish Floridian Wednesday
that "we are very pleased with
the good news of the federal
court's decision for a permanent
injunction.
"This justifies the legal stand
We have taken since the begin-
ning of this episode."
GOLDBERG WAS referring to
the decision that Mount Sinai will
not have to repay the Department
,jll Health. Education and Welfare
lie S6.4 million that the govern-
pnt claimed was improperly
lid out in Medicare claims be-
ireen 1966 and 1971.
Steps taken by the government
get the money back were "un-
jthorized," according to Federal
Fudge James Lawrence King,
eho promptly issued a permanent
njunction against the action.
Mount Sinai officials declared
/ednesday that Judge King's in-
junction wiped out a threat that
had been hanging over the head
Mount Sinai for some eight
months, 'making it hard for us
to introduce new services and
equipment."
GOLDBERG ADDED that
"whenever it came to financial
planning, we always had to as-
sume the worst would happen."
Judge King's ruling barred Sec-
retary of Health. Education and
Welfare Casper Weinberger and
Blue Cross of Florida, which ad-
ministers Medicare here, from all
further moves against the hos-
pital.
According to Judge King, if
Social Security "errs" in approv-
ing a payment to a hospital, it
can not seek to recover the money
after it discovers the error.
BLUE CROSS of Florida had
claimed improper payments were
made and tried to get the pay-
ments back by withholding 15
per cent of Medicare payments
until correction of the error had
been made.
The suit against Mount Sinai
was originally filed by Dr. War-
ren Jacobs, a Miami Beach ra-1
diologist, who first suggested that
Medicare was being improperly
billed for patient services.
Director Goldberg emphasized
that the government never im-
plied that Mount Sinai cheated
Social Security only that the
hospital issued bills for services
that Medicare should not have
been required to pay.
JUDGE KING'S decision did
not deal with this issue, however.
He only ruled that the law "bars
provisional payment, subject tp
recoupment" if the government
finds out the services it paid for
are not covered.
King's ban also includes "any
scheme to recover payments er-
roneously made for services or
items excluded from coverage."
Therefore, the Health. Educa-
tion and Welfare action against
Mount Sinai "lacks statutory'
authority."
Monday Is Proclaimed As
'Jewish Revival Day'
The mayors of Miami and Miami Beach have officially pro-
claimed Monday. Feb. 18, as "Jewish Revival Day." The official
proclamation was presented to Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, general
chairman of the project.
Jewish Revival Day will be observe.! through a mass youth
;' and adult rally at the Miami Beach Auditorium Monday at 7 p.m.
The principal leader of the rally will be Robot/in Esther Jungreis.
founder and president of "llincni." the worldwide Jewish youth
movement, who appeared recently at Madison Square Garden.
The lay and rabbinic leadership of the Jewish community of
Greater Miami is calling upon the area's Jewish youth to make
history by attending tht rally at the Miami Beach Auditorium en
inasse.
Outstanding Citizens Award
Nominations Being Accepted
Nominations are now being ac
cepted for the 27th annual presen-
tation of the Dade County Out-
standing Citi/ens Awards to be
he'.d Thursday, April 18. at the
Four Ambassadors Hotel.
The award is made to one man
a^d one woman who. in the eyes
rot the judges, have perfouncd the
host outstanding single function
[for the good and welfare of the en-
ire Dade County community dur-
ing the preceding year1973.
Mclvin J. Haber and Ronald A.
Shapo are cochairnien of the event
i sponsored by Sholem Lodge No.
! ]024 of B'nai B'rith. Award patron
| is Joseph M. Lipton, chairman of
j the board of Dade Federal Savings
land Loan Association of Miami.
Award judges are George Beebe,
ate publisher of the Miami
I Herald; Ralph Renick, vice presi-
dent of WTVJ; and Fred Shochet,
[editor and publisher of The Jew-
ish Floridian.
Nominations are considered only
when they come from a recognized
civic, service or social group. They
|re screened and then passed on
the judges for final evaluation.
I apt. Kevin J. Cheney. Navy Lt.
,JG) Porter Alexandra Halybur-
ton, Lt. John Heilig. and Capt.
David Dingee.
Levy To Speak At
Regional Rabbinic
Cabinet Luncheon
A Regional Rabbinic Cabinet
' luncheon for all Florida rabbis will
be held Wednesday to discuss the
role of the synagogue and its mem-
bership in meeting Israel's critical
economic needs.
Convened by Rabbi Maxwell
Berger, president of the Rab-
binical Association of Greater Mi-
ami, and Kabbi Solomon Schiff,
executive vice president, the lunch-
eon meeting at the Fontainebleau
Hotel in Miami Beach will serve
as a forum for a full discussion
of the means by which Florida's
rabbis can develop a program for
securing the maximum support
for the Israel Bonds campaign.
An invitation to this Regional
Rabbinic Cabinet conference has
also been extended to the presi-
Deadline is Monday, April 1. and dents of congregations.
animations must be sent to Out
anding Citizens Award, 1973, c.'o
jelvin J. Haber, Suite 239, Se-
curity Trust Building, Miami, Fla.
S3131.
Award winners for 1972 were
Sister Margarita Miranda, founder
of Centro Mater, and seven former
l Vietnam Prisoners of War who are
LDade County residents: Lt. Cmdr.
Ralph E. Gaither. Jr., Lt. Col. Alan
Brunstrom, Capt. John P. Cerak,
Shlomo Levy, Consul General of
Israel for the Southeastern United
States, will come here from Atlan-
ta for the meeting. He will dis-
cuss the role of Israel Bonds in
stimulating the growth of Israel's
economy and the importance of
the new $1 Billion Reconstruction
and Development Loan, the biggest
loan the Jewish people have been
asked to provide in the history of
Israel.
Ruth (Mrs. Yoscf) Tekoah, wife
of Israel's Ambassador to the |
United Nations, will be the guest I
speaker at the Labor Zionist Al-
liance-Pioneer Women Israel Din-
ner of State to be held Sunday.
F.h. 24. at the Fontainebleau Ho-
tel. Milton M. Parson, executive
director of the Greater Miami Is-
rael Bond Organization, has an
iiounced.
Mrs. Tekoah. who was born in
Rumania and moved to Israel at
an early age. joined Israel's Minis-
try for Foreign Affairs in 1949,
and served as an assistant in the
United Nations and subsequently
in its Information department. In
1953, she became director of the
Public Relations department for
the Women's International Zionist
Organization in Israel.
Mrs. Tekoah moved to New York
when her husband was named
Deputy Representative to the
United Nations in 1958. and in
1960, they moved to Brazil when
I he became Ambassador. The Te-
koah family relocated in Moscow
' in 1962 when Mr. Tekoah was ap-
pointed Ambassador to the USSR;
I they resided there for three years.
Upon their return to Israel. Mrs.
Tekoah became a member of the
. World WIZO Executive branch
: and was In charge of Public Rela-
. lions until 1968 when her husband
, received his piesent appointment
i in New York.
MRS. RUTH TEKOAH
The Labor Zionist-Pionner Wom-
en dinner, held in conjunction
with the 1974 International Israel
Bonds Inaugural Conference, will
honor Ruth and Jack Popick, reci-
pients-elect of the State of Israel
Masada Award. Harriet (Mrs. Mil-
ton) Green is dinner chairman;
Moe Levin and Joseph P. Zucker-
man are serving as cochairnien.
Reservations for the annual Is-
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calling the Israel Bonds office.
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Friday, February 15.
Rabbinic Body Maps Campaign
Against Anti-Semitism of Islam
**Tffk'?r*" of thr Sjmagogirl e*oun-
c! of Amenta were I" -".old the.r
ii>! official meeting outside o'.
New York City in the 48-year H-
lory of the organization Thur
Kb 14, 3 p.m Ht Tel
E.. of Miami Beach.
Tie sesi ion follows a :
ference in the executive bi I
loom of the synagogue .it which
leaden of the umbrella organiza-
! odox, Comervativi and
Reform Judaism in the United
J-- are expected to call upon
: al and international Chris-
t an oi ganiiationi to inveitigate
i 11 counter overt anti-S
on the part of Kin
Aiabia and other Moslem Izaders.
DR. IRVING Lehrman, rah
Ttmple Emai u i i at onai
i no ary president of the Syria-
(. gw i ouncil, v,:.- to iv. as iio t
fo: the Thursday The
extraordinary session was announc-
ed in New York by Ra'.:'ii Henry
Siegman, executive vice president
le Synagogue C tuncil.
The cordinatins agency for the
rabbinic ami congregational or-
gamzations represents tue Kabb;
nici A -' inbly, Rabbinic;.! Coun
<:. ol America. Central Conference
0 American Rabbis. l'nit?d Syria-
1 ... (.i Ami rica, I'nion or Ortho-
Jewish Congregations of
America and the Unl n of Amer-

Rabbi Blank Kabbi Tepliti Gilbert Titles Philip Gretm
Miracle Lodge Masons To Honor
Camner And Ail I<{ Past Masters
Rabbi Lehrman
Rabbi Lookstein
Moses Hornstein
Dr. I'win M. Blank, nat
li nt o' the Synagogue Coun-
cil, and rabbi of Temple Ohab 'i
om in Brookline, Mass., was
to preside at Thursday's meeting
of officers.
OTHERS WHO were to take pa t
nclude Dr. Jo eph H. Look-teh.
.. New York, first vice president
f the Synagogue Council and
ellcr of Ba -Ilan University
in Israel.
0 Dr. Saui I. Teplitz of Wo
mere, NY., second vice president
Df the Synagogue Council an'l n b-
')i of Cong:egation Sons o: Israel
in that city.
Moses Hornstein, of New
York City, vice president of the
Synagogue Council and president
of the Hebrew Academy o:" Nassi u
County.
Gilbert Tills, of Greal Neck.
\Yw York corresponding secae-
tary of the Synagogue Council.
Philip Greene, of Queens.
NY., treasurer of the Synagogue
Council, and Rabbi Siegman.
THE OFFICERS' meeting wa'
expected to formally adopt a Syni-
gogue Council program of action
to combat theological anti & ni-
tism in I lam and to strengthen
relations between J>i(iii m and ,.
major faiths.
Pythian Ladies Meet
ihe l.adie- Auxiliary, <;
Gershwin I.odg- No. 186. Knights
of Pythias, have scheduled a
meeting for Monday at 8 p.m. in
I'. Surfside Community Center.
Members of the presidium arc Mrs.
Sam Horowitz and Mrs. Frances
Gan*.
F i-v;>rd I. Camner. the junior
' past master of Miracle Lodge 321
/ & A M and all IS pat masters
A th-> Masonic organisation wlH
be honored at a banquet dinner
dance Sunday. April 14. at the
1 Doral Country Club.
Camner was elevated to the po
ition of worsiuprji master of hi-
lodge in January. 1073. His fra
ternal associations include mem-
bership in Miami Consist iry of
' itti h Rite and Mahi Shrine
remple.
\ Miami archil ct, Camner,
his wife, Ida, and their three chil
n live In S uth Dade.
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in'tailed head of the fraterna'
l idge; Al Budncr is secretary.
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Kir-ch, Sol Halpert. Harvey R
Cohen and Merle I Sidle.
Also Henry B Holtzman. Leon
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Frank M Marks. Pr William H
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jHistadrut Economic Conference Slates
General Amit, Ambassador Reid Here
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Economic Parley Opens
At Fontainebleau Monday
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One of the most important na-
tional conferences ever held for
the State of Israel in South Flor-
ida opens at the Fontainebleau Ho-
tel .Monday night with more than
1.000 delegates participating in
th>> Histadrut Economic Confer-
ence for Israel.
Rep. Opden Reid. who served
With distinction as United States
Ani*)issador to Israel, will keynote
7:30 p.m. Inaugural Assembly
onday. The Congressman from
.'estchester County, a champion of
srael during six terms in the
ouse. is a leading Democratic
andidate for Governor of New
fork.
Sharing the spotlight with Am-
bassador Reid will be one of Is-
rael's most brilliant industrial-
ists. Gen. Meir Amir. The presi-
dent of Koor Industries a
group of C5 leading industries
operated by Histadrut is for-
mer Chief of Operations of the
Israeli Defense Forces.
The onetime chief of all intelli-1
gence services in Israel. Gen. Amit
will be guest of honor and prin '
eipal speaker at Wednesday eve-1
ning's 6:30 p.m. Conference Awards
Banquet.
Tickets for all sessions and
further information may be ob-
! tained at the offices of the Is-
rael Histadrut Foundation. Suite
389, Barnett Bank Building, 420
Lincoln Road Mall, or by tele-
phoning 531-8702.
Monday's opening session is free
but reservations are required, ac-
{ cording to Dr. Leon Kronish, na-
tional board chairman. Dr. Sol
Stein, national president, is CO-
! ordinatina arrangements for the
! ninth annual Mid-Winter Confer
ence of the Israel Histadrut Foun
dation. He is being assisted by
: Harry M. Lipsius. national admin
istrative director, and Ben Zion
Steinberg. Florida executive direc
tor.
A free concert by renowned
international artist, Sidor Belar-
sky. will be a highlight of Mon-
day night's meeting. Belarsky
has been an active supporter of
Histadrut for many years.
This year's conference will fea-
ture the introduction of the His-
tadrut Foundation program to Ca-
nadian Jewish leaders. They will
be honored at a 4:30 p.m. recep-
tion Tuesday.
Another Tuesday highlight will
be an 8 p.m. reception honoring
Shimon Weber, distinguished edi-
tor of the Jewish Daily Forward.
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WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1974, 6:30 P.M.
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Histadrut Foundation
Builds Housing
For Israeli Veterans
The Israel Histadrut Founda-
uon, the organization which al-
eady has raised more than $30
$**
tributions in the form of 8.5 per
cent Histadrut Annuity Trusts
will be spelled out Tuesday
morning at a 10 a.m. continen- '
tal breakfast at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
Eugene Gold, dynamic district
attorney of Kings County (Brook-
lyn), N.Y., will moderate a round-
table discussion on Israel's Eco-
nomic Challenge in the face of
ast October's war with Syria and
Egypt.
Moe Levin, chairman of the
host committee, said the panel-
ists are among the best informed
men in the world on Israel's fi-
nancial future. Those who will
participate include Economic
Minister Ze'ev Sher, Bank Leuini
president Elieier Learner and
Dr. Sol Stein, brilliant econo-
mist and president of the Israel
Distinguished Guest of Honor
GENERAL MEIR AMIT
Presentations:
Dr. Leon Kronish Dr. Sol Stein

Chairman: William H. Sylk
in various forms of de-
ferred giving for educational, med-
cal and welfare programs of the
I si idrut in Israel, has a special
r.i^ion for 1974.
William H. Sylk of Philadelphia,
national campaign chairman, says
the HLtadrut Foundation has un-
Bertak'-n a program to build 1.000
housing units this year for Israeli
trans returning from the Yom
Nippur War.
Some of the details of the pro-
g;ani made possible by con-
Couvert: $10.00
Guest Artist: Mort Freeman
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1974, 7:3Q P.M.
RS.V.P.
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INAUGURAL ASSEMBLY
Keynote Address / Hon. Ogden Reid
Israel and American Jewry / Dr. Lfon Kronish
Musical Salute to Israel / Sidor Belarsky
Chairman: Moe Levin
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1974
10:00 A.M. Continental Breakfast
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Round-Table Discussion: ISRAEL'S ECONOMIC CHALLENGE
Ze'ev Sher, Israel's Economic Minister
Honorable: Eugene Gold, Chairman
ELIEZER LERNER, Pn Bank Leumi
Dr. SOL Si I in. Moderator
MON tUGtNi GOlO
Histadrut Foundation.
Reservations for the breakfast
session are still open, according to
Dr. Leon Kronish, national board
chairman of the Histadrut Founda-
tion. They may be secured by tele-
phoning 5318702 or by visiting
the Histadrut offices at 420 Lin-
coln Road.
Histadrut. Israel's general fed-
eration cf labor, operates a nation-
wide network of hospitals and med-
ical centers which provides health
care for more than 70 per cent of
Israel's population.
PD. ADV.
4:30 P.M. Reception for Canadian Friends of Histadrut
8:00 P.M. Reception for Shimon Weber, Jewish Dailx Forward
Israel Histadrut Foundation
420 Lincoln Rood, Miami Beach
Hollywood Bread Building

Tel: 531-8702
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Friday, February 15, 1974
Histadrut Economic Conference
For Israel Opens Here Monday
The van?uarcl tifTnorf than 1.000
delegates from throughout the
United Stales and Canada will be-
gin arriving this weekend for the
ninth annual national Mid-Winter
Conference of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation in Miami Beach.
The three-day conclave which
as Monday nighl at the Fon-
tainebli an Hotel will feature ad-
dresses by Gen. Meir Aniit and
Reid, former U.S.
; (i Krael.
Histadrut Ei Con-
lor Israelas this year's
conclave officially is named- wil.
launch a campaign to raise $6 mil-
in various forms o
i the first anniversary ol
th( Yom Kippur War.
(_;< n. Ainit. president f Kooi
' lustries and former Chief of
. .ons of the Israel Defense
Forces, will ho the guest of nonoi
at an awards banquet which wil.
climax the conference Wednesdaj
y, 6:30 p.m.
Igressman Reid Democratic
candidate for Governor of New
York, will deliver the keynote ad-
diess at Monday's inaugural as-
scmbly. The 7:30 p.m. session wili
be free, but advance reservations
are required. They may be made ^
at the Histadrut office. 420 Lin-
coln Road Building.
William H. Sylk of Philadelphia,
a national leader of the United
Jewish Appeal since its inception
and national campaign chairman
of the Israel Histadrut Foundation,
will serve as conference chairman.
Monday's meeting will feature
a musical salute to Israel by con-
cert artist Sidor Belarsky and a
repent on "Israel and American
Jewry" by Dr. Leon Kronish. Dr.
Kronish. 'rabbi of Miami Beach's
Temple Beth Sholom. is national
chairman of the board of the Is-
rael Histadrut Foundation.
The board will hold a special
meeting Monday, prior to the Inau-
gural ass> mbly with Moe Levin
of Miami Beach, national vice
president of the Histadrut Foun-
dation a-< chairman.
Tuesday's activities will get un-
til- way at 10 a.m. with a eon
t mental breakfast highlighting ;
round-table discussion on "Israel's
Economic Challenge."
Participants in the panel pres-
entation will he the Honorable
Z \ Shcr. Israel Economic Min-
ister to the United States and Can-
ada: Eliezer Lerner, president ol
Bank Leumi of New York: and Dr.
i] Stein, national president of
the Israel Histadrut Foundation.
Kings County Di-'.rict Attornej
Eugene Gold, a national leader ol
Israel Bonds and the Histadrut.
will act as moderator of thi
roundtable discussion, and will
direct questions from the audience
to the participants.
At 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, a special
reception foi Canadian friends of
Histadrut and Canadian leaders in
behalf of Israel will hear the offi-
cial announcement of the entry ol
the Israel Histadrut Foundation
program into Canada.
Shimon Weber, editor of the
Jewish Daily Forward in New
York, will be guest of honor at
an 8 p.m. Tuesday reception spon-
sored by members of Labor Zion-
ist. Farband. Pioneer Women.
Poale Zion and Workmen's Circle
units in South Florida and visiting
delegates.
Weber will analyic Israel's cur-
rent political situation in an ad-
dress to be delivered in Yiddish.
. He heads the nation's largest Yid-
dish newspaper.
Gen. Amit, who headed all intel-
ligence operations for the State
(:. Israel prior to and during the
Six-Day War. and headed the plan-
ning for the Sinai Campaign of
1956. will speak at Wednesday's
session on the economic problems
confronting Israel in the wake of
the Yom Kippur War.
Under his leadership, Koor In-
dustries has revolutionized the
modernization of 65 major Israeli
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Dr. Kronish and Dr. Stein will
make special presentations to local
ir.d national leaders of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation at the awards
banquet.
Assisting Sylk in planning the
conference are Louis Achbar. Can-
adian chairman: Moe Levin, host
chairman: Morris Newmark. presi-
dent of the Israel Hi.-tadrut Coun-
cil of South Florida: Dr. Morton
Malavsky, cochairman of the host
committee: Harry M. Lipsius. na-
tional administrative director: and
lien Zion Steinberg, Florida execu- |
tive director of the Israel Hista-
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drut Foundation. Associate chair-
men are Ms. Else Bonem, Jacob
Kifkiii. Sidney Bo.otin and Nathan
Qreenberg.
The Israel Histadrut Foundation
has raised a cumulative total of
more than S30 million for educa-
tional, medical and welfare pro
grams of th.' Histadrut in Israel.
Night Club Affair Set
Anaval Shalom Congregation
will hold a nightclub affair at the
Montamaitn. Hotd! S:it'.m! .i
9:30 p.n: Mrs. M Richman is in
charge ol :; ervations.
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BBW Council, Chapters
Feature Varied Events
, Miami Beach C.iuniil, B'naJ
B'ritta Women, will meet Tuesday,
March 5. at 12:15 at Cha
eral, Arthur Godfrey Rd. Mrs.
Flora Sinick is publicitj chaiiman
and Mrs. Mi.ton Sands serves as
dent,
(iold Coast Chapter will have a
lunch on Tue day ;it the
rent of Mrs. Myron Cohen,
5151 Collins Ave. Mrs. Sidney
Goldb rg, Mrs. Ann Solomon and
Mrs. Rhea Wisokj are members
of the presidium.
Chal ui l hold a luncheon meet-
S inday, Feb 24, .it the I adil
lac Hotel. Samuel Pascoe, past
president, Florida State Association
B nai B'nth, will b,' guest speaker.
Helen Silverstein is presi-
dent
Lincoln will hold its donor
luncheon Wednesday, March 4. ai
len Roc Hole!. Alan Corel'i,
opera singer, will present a musical
im. Mrs. Henrietta Boiotin is
president.
Baimony will meet Tuesday,
March 12, at 8 p.m. in the Jel'f.Y-
on Bank. 301 41st St. Milton M.
Hecker, gueit spcakc-, will ;. ;.
>p "Wills and Bequests. Executor
and Trustee." Refreshments will
be served. Mrs. Max Sirota is presi-
dent.
North Shoie has slated a meet-
ing for Monday, Ma.eh 18, at l
p.m. at Washington Federal, 1133
Normandy Dr. Mrs. El ie 11
.vill present a book review. Mrs.
Beth Schaffer is president.
Miami Beach will meet Tuesday,
March 19. for lunch a) Samb >'s,
JP00 Collins Ave. Card games will
i 1 ow the business session. Mrs.
Sam Sander is president.
Ambassador Dinitz to Address
Prime Minister's Club Dinner
Installation of Officers
Among JW\ xVs Activities
Activities this week of the De-
partment of Floiida, Jewish War
.ins Ladies Auxiliaries in
Dade and Broward Counties are:
Pcmpano Beach 196: The aux-
iliary will host a ward party at the
Veterans Administration Hospital
in Miami Saturday evening.
Colonel David Marcus 746:
Marge McSherry. incoming aux-;
iliary president and officers for'
1974-75 will be installed Saturday. |
at 8 p.m. at the Washington Fed-
eral. 699 NE 167th St. Outgoing
president is Florence Wrona. A
birthday party will be held at the
Paradise Cottage at Sunland Train
ing Center arranged by Betty Ott. j
child welfare chairman. Wednes
ORT Initiating
Revolving Loans
Women's American ORT has
opened a nationwide series of pro-
grams aimed at narrowing the gap
between vocational and academic
schooling, according to Mrs. Pat j
Goldiing, national president.
In Dade County, Mrs. Leonard !
Pechenik. pasi region president, '
has been appointed to the advisory
o uncil for vocational education, j
In addition, a revolving loan fund |
has been set up to be administ* red
through the Jewish Vocational
Si nice.
The fund has been instituted to
help Students to further their \iea- i
tional education and the student is ;
expected to repay the loan when |
he or she is gainfully employed
BBW Pancake Breakfast
North Dade Chapter of B'nal
B'rith Women, in cooperation with
the B'nai B'nth Girls, is holding
a pancake breakfast Sunday. Feb.
24. starting at 8 a.m. at the cafe
torlum of the North Miami Beach
Senior High School.______
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day at 8:30 p.m. Marge McSherry,
resident, will conduct a board
neeting at Financial Federal. 650
\W 183rd St.
Harry 11. Cohen 723: An annual
games party will b.' held at Tem-
ole N'er Tainid Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
Lee Gordon is chairman and is in
charge of tickets.
Norman Bruce Brown i?4: Reg-
ular meeting to be held on Tues-
day evening at Pythian Hall. 4601
West Flagler St. A program on
Brotherhood will be presented.
The Hon. Simcha Dinitz, Israel'i
Vmbassador to the United States
a ill be the guest speaker at ai
[rael Bonds Dinner Wednesday
ivhi h will nay tribute to the presi-
dent-: of all the Prime Minister's
Clubs in the United states and
Canada, and ether parts of the
free world.
The Prune Minister's Club, a
lew honor society tormed by the
Israel Bond Organization under
the aegis of Israel's Prime Minis
ter Golda Meir, i^ organized on ?
local, regional, and national basis.
Among tho-e to be honored arc
Munay Friedman of Miami Beach.
elected last week as president of
the Greater Miami chapter, Jack
15. Weiler, national president ol
the P.M.C. for the United states.
and Ge rge Cohon, Canadian presi-
dent ot the new honorary society.
Invitations for the dinner, to
he held at the Fontainebleau Ho
tel. have been extended to all
trustees of Israel, individuals who
have purchased $10,000 or more
'ii Israel Bonds. Those designated
for membership in the Prime Min-
ister's Club are men and women
who have indicated their participa-
tion in the Israel Bonds campaign
hrough their pace-setting pur-
chase- of S25.000 oi more in Israel
Bonds.
Ambassador Dinitz, tormer Poli-
tical Adviser to the Prime Minister
and former director of the Bureau
,-f the Prime Minister, began his
illustrious career of diplomatic
lervice hortlv after his graduation
key factor in establish!:.: new
levels of participation at a time
when the Israel Bond cam]
must assume the full responsibility
tor Israel's i tvelopment Bud)
The Prime Minister's club din
ner is being held in conjunction
with the 1974 International Israel
Bonds Inaugural Conferen
AMBASSADOR SIMCHA DINITZ
from Georgetown University in
Washington, DC... when he worked
IS Assistant to the Director of In-
formation at the Israeli Embassy
in Washington.
A member oi Israel's delegation
o the United Nations during the
I960's. the Ambassador served as
Political Secretary to the Foreign
Minister in 1963. and as Israel's
Minister to Rome in 1S66. He suc-
ceeded General Yitzhak Rabin as
Ambassador to the U.S. last year.
The Prime Minister's Club,
which was officially inaugurated
Feb. 2 in Jerusalem, represents a
\ iveca Line!Tors.
Broadway Star.
At Temple Sinai
Viveca Lindfors '.vil! bring her
me woman theatre piece called "1
\ii A Woman" to Temple Sinai
Sunday at 8 p.m.
Swedish born Miss Lindfors, who
s now an American citizen, has
been seen in numerous movies and
ii n i! in more than 50 Broad-
way and off Broadwaj plays. Her
show ha I been described as "a
highly theatrical evening impelled
bj women's ancient search for
identity."
The evening includes the work
of approximately 35 authors such
as Lillian Helman. Bertholt Brecht
and Anne Frank. Gloria Steinem,
Marilyn Monroe and Tennessee
Williams.
The evening is part of Temple
Sinai's four part Fine Arts -cries.
Future presentations will include
an evening with the Philharmonia
String Quartet and an Israeli Night
featuring Jo Amar.
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Israel H rut F tin
i i charities, i
Rabbi SchKnsky
Temple Beth El
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; hairman of the
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MAYOR CHUCK HALL
vorking closely with Strafaci and
Gordon, Histadrul Campaign
execul ve director for Florida, in
the tournament.
Si; ,:t Pearlman is donating thp
golf ci urse, carts and parties for
the entrants. Many of the leading
n the nati mal P !A I ur will
over after the Jackie G
rary tourney to partii i] ate
in the Hi I id ul i ent.
nark, president of
i ii orin I-racl Histadrul
Council I
jolf toi
aturi th pons< i
with simila' events i > be
around the
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made al and
i cured at
tlio Histadrul Pro-Am hi id
rs I nett Bank Bui
Guilford Director
Of United Fund's
Agency On Aging
-, ., *;- ,-i rs have recent
h bei : aj lntd to the Area
\v ci i Panning Agency on \
I r Dade and Monroe Counl
Al Guilford. a sduate In Busl
ness Admin 'anon irom Beth n
. | is been i
vr. tor of th Area Wide
\ n Aging. Mr. Gull-
I ei ience includ is
re ponsibility with the
formei- Greater Miami Coa
Planning a iociate will be Ms.
Ruth P irlmutter, who received h
BA. degree from the University
of Miami and formerly serve.! a*
director of United HIAS Service
in t!i. Cuban refugee proj
She was the recipient of the Lin-
coln-Marti Award from the Depart-
ment of HEW.
The State Division on Aging has
recentlj granted the United Fund's
Planning Division $90,000 for le
veloping a i msive pr
to plan services for older people
in D.idc and Monroe Count
The new -taff members will be
com eroed with assessing ne 11,
setting priorities, avoiding duplica
Uon of programs, and devising
evaluative tools for existing pro-
gram!.
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Friday, February 15, 1974
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P-ae 7-B
Mr. ami Mrs. Louis Forgash
To Receive Masada Award
I mis and EHzabetl v rrga-h of
M< mi Bea< h will v, eelve the Stat<
ol Israel Maaada Award al Ih
1974 Rincy Plaza-Isr; I Dinnei
o.' ^taic Saturd iy, Man h ". al
E tainebl au Hotel. Milton M
Fa on, executive d rector ol the
Gi ater Miami Isra I Bond Organ-
ization, has announci I
The )' i gashes, formetly r,f
Weirton, \v. Va., will receive the
av, ard created by the Isra* 1 B >nd
artion in recognition of
r outstanding leadership and
i table achievement in fortifying
economic foundations of Israel
Mr. Forgash, who was bom in
P land, lived in Isiael during the
< Ij ISZO'a after "hitchhiking''
i a to bring piessure on the
British government to carry out
their promise for a Jewish state
ur^l.T the Ba'four Declaration.
A past president of B'nai B'rith
in Weirton, Mr. Forgash i> a mem-
ber uf the Honey Piaza Men's So-
cial Club, and is acti\e in 3'nai
B'rith in Miami Beach. He and
his wife are members of Temple
Emanu-El.
**. AND MRS. LOUIS fORGASH j
Mr. Fo' gash is an accomplished
OOet. and his work has appeared
ill many newspapers in West Vir-
ginia and numerous other period-
cals.
Mrs. Forgash shares her hus-
band's enthusiasm for Jewish com-
munal activities, and is a life mem-
bor of Hadassah. She is also active
in B'nai E'rith Women and OUT.
"The Windwood9 Condominium
Offers Convenient Loeation
"s and opening'' of North
Miami Beach's newest condo-
minium, The Windwood, has b en
meed by Hyte Development
c "-Hue;.el on .' c irefully-
.- ected, highly i
Windwood will offer its residents
| oni ni the mosi ci nvenienl loca-
uth Florid i w thin walk-
ing distance of fine shopping, n -
For Sole
CANAN PUPS
(Native To Israel)
Wonderful with children, good
watchdogs, top quality. Writa
Kadima Cancans, 71413 Rolling
KmH Rd. Rcckville, Md. 20852 or
call 301-881-1315
taurants. theaters and houses of
worship.
Located at Xoitheast <)ih Avenue
ird !(!7i!i Street. Windwood's 1
bedroom, l'j bath apartments
ire designed for unusual spacious-
ness, an offer private balconies,
fully-equipped all-electric kitchens
ind secuiity intercoms as key fea-
tures,
In addition, recreational facil-
ities, including swimming pool,
sauna, sym and card lounge, plus
assigned free parking are being
iffered to purchaseis.
P ices start at $29,995, with top
figure set at S33.745. Officers of
Hyte Development Corp. paint out
that there will be no land lease or
ea ion lease.
Sale- offices are open seven
davs a week from 10 am. to 5 p m.
Beverly Dozier
Announces
Her Candidacy
Beverly Dozier, state Cultural
- director, has announced
her candidacy for the office o.'
'.orida's Secretaiy of State. Mrs
lozier -aid that she will
ler position as one o. Florida'i
t ranking career wen:, n ad
ninist ators, in order to setk the
>ost b-iii vacated by Secretarj
li State Dick Ston
Mrs. Dozier has served as the
lirector of Cultural Affairs for the
state of Florida since 1971. Prior
to her appointment, she held posi-
ions with the r'.orida Develop
vent Commission and the State
Personnel Board.
"As Chief Elections Officer of
Florida," Mrs. Dazier said, "one
>f my priorities will be to help
restore confidence in our political
lystem bv advocating to the Legis-
lature full financial disclosure by
the public office holders and the
public office seekers."
Cantor Escorting 22-Day
Passover Tour To Israel
Cantor Emanuel Mandel is es-
corting a 22-day Passover Tour to
l-racl departing from Miami April
'. a:id returning Apiil 24. The trip
will also include visits to Rome
ind London.
Details of the tour have been
nlanned bv Mavis Travel. 114'> NE
83rd St.. North Miami Beach. The
ill-inc'.usive fare will include
u. trip by air, fir-t cla:s ac-
idations meals and Seder in
sraci plus sightseeing and "many
\i as."
THE DOUBLE TAKE BEAUTY SALON
"Our Double Introductory Goodie"
Individually Applied Lashes
or
A one Process Touch-Up $5.50
COOKIE-FORMIRLV OF LEON'S
GLORIA-FC9MERLY OF HAR1TAG
FORMERLY JOHN'S 373 NE 167TH STREET
PHONE 651-3971 TUES. SAT. 9 TO 5
The Jewish National Fund
of Greater Miami
MOURNS THE PASSING OF ITS BELOVED, GENEROUS LEADER
Myron Cramer
MAY THE FAMILY FIND CONSOLATION IN THEIR
CONTINUED EFFORTS IN THE UPBUILDING OF ZION
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
Foundation Chairman
HON. ZEV V. KOGAN
President Southern Region
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOW1TZ
Chairman, Executive Board
HON. JAY DERMER
President
A Las Vegas j\ight And
Income Tax Service At WV
L in I Sha re~id< nl of the
Won en of the \ M !
fre iter Mlarr am i uni i ,i Las
.'i gas Night to b irda:
8:20 ,m, !1 fund go tow ir I
ae schola hip fund for the V
anios which includes daj camps,
iports center: for boys ard girls, a
reative arts cam;', tei n travel
amp, cross country cam)) an,I a
senior citizens day camp.
Li addition to the usual gifts of
dinners, weekend, trips, applianc-
es, silver and china, this year the
,ist of VIP items donated to the
scholarship games night include
ki. J, Simpson's autographed
sneakers, and gifts from the Dol-
phins, Louis Nlzer, the Supremes.
Herman Wouk. Garson Kanin. Sam
I.evenson Robe-it Gouk't. Joan Riv-
ers. Lily Tomlin. Dr. Clyde Atkins,
1 President Nixon, Vice President
Ford. Abba Ehan, Gloria Steinem.
Tifereth Jacob Marks
Its 25th Anniversary
Temple Tifereth Jacob. 951 E.
4th Ave., Hialeah. will celebrate
its 25th anniversary Saturday, Feb.
23. at 8:30 p.m.
Rabbi Nathan Zolondek will con-
duct a special service in honor of
the occasion during the 8:15 p.m.
service Friday, Feb. 22. His t pic
will be "Home, School and Syna-
gogue.
'he 0 iol Ea 1 Wi i, Julie
11 nhowi Rona i Rei gai. T< d
. :." ... All in i.i n bard, Ana
.. ;' e Im] ad ol Bras :
o. e Kennedy.

Stanley R. Gilbert, president
il i } .i YWHA, a pan of tne
vi li Community t enl (
South F.orida. announces a free
income tax service in cooperation
,v:th Florida International I :
Students from FIU have been
rained by the Internal Revenue
service to assi t taxpayers who
iavo simple filing requirements,
General y lower income, elderly
r non English speaking taxpayers
,vho often have to pay for profes-
,ional assistance, although they
an least afford it.
Th" prog.am known as VITA
'Volunteer Income Tax Assistance)
.vill be available at the YM-
YWHA, 8500 SW 8 March 9 and March 25: April
13: Monday 9 to 3 p.m.; Tuesday
) to noon: Wednesday 9 to 3 p.m.;
e.d 7 to 9 p.m.; Thursday and Fri-
day 9 lo noon.
Anyone who is interested in this
eivice mu-t bring all information
eci sa j for assistance in prepar-
ng their !!>?:! Federal income Tax
Return. This includes Form W-2
inti :i-t and other Income, item-
,. rli luctii i s and a copy of a
return.
CHOIilTORAH DAY SCHOOL
THRIFT STORE
NEEDS YOUR GOOD, USfD
FURNITURE, ClOTHiNG, APPUANCES
DISHES, POTS AND PANS,
BRIC-A-BRAC AND WHAT HAVE YOU!
rOR O'J'K PICK UP CAU
759-4936
All Donations Tax Deduc'ible
Congressman Claude Pepper
will receive the America Is-
rael Friendship Bronze Medal-1
lion AwaTd at a 7 p.m. dinner
Sunday, Feb. 24, in the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel. The dinnei
will conclude the all day ccn-
f=r; nee being held by the Flor-
ida Council of American Miz
rachi Wcmen.

Samuel Revits, retired senior
vice president of Merrill Lynch,
Pierce, Fenner and Smith, has
been named to the board of
directors of American Savings
and Loan Association of Flor-
ida, according to an announce-
ment made by Shepard Broad,
chairman of the board.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
Presents
"THE CHANGING FACE OF THE JEWISH WORLD"
This Sunday
FEBRUARY 17, 1974
Rabbi Henry Siegman
Executive Vice President, Synagogue Council of America
will discuss
"A NEW TURN IN CHRISTIAN-JEWISH RELATIONS"
As national head of the "umbrella" agency of American Jewry
Rabbi Siegman has greatly strengthened communications between
the major faiths of our nation and the world.
Coffee Hour 10:30 A.M.
Lecture 11:00 A.M.
The Friedianri Ballroom
1701 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
TELEPHONE: 538 2503


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With ISABEL OKOVfc
"We feel very positive that the 15th annual Bob Hope Dinner will
be the most successful ever." asserted Mrs. Jeanne Levey, president
and founder of the National P.irkinson Foundation. The fund-raising
dinner will be held Saturday. Feb. 23. at the Fontainebieau Hotel with
Mildred (Mrs. Claude) Pepper again in charge as general chairman.
With Bob Hope, who is not only guest of honor but emcee and talent
scout for the dinner, will be his wife. Delores, as the couple celebrate
their 4Cth wedding anniversary. Tickets for the dinner may be obtained
by calling the National Parkinson Foundation. They are tax deductible,
and all proceeds are going to the Bob Hope Parkinson Research
Institute.

Mrs. Bea Schlossman of Miami Beach, is among those 80 years and
older who will be honored at Beth Israel Congregation's 20th anniver-
sary dinner March 10.
*
Arkadi Rywlin. M IV and Samuel C.ertner vice president of Mount
Sinai Medical (enter and a national board member of the American
Physicians Fellowship, attended the APF's first annual mid-winter
assembly at the Sonesta Beach Hotel. Key Biscayne. Feb. 5 to 9. Dr.
Rywlin. director of laboratory and pathology medicine at Mount Sinai.
was moderator for the program which brings non-resident fellows of
the fsrael Medical Association together to canvass the latest advances
in tin world of medicine. One of the highlights of the week long semi-
nar was the enroll on the Israeli Institute of Medical History, a
t currently being snonsored by the American Physicians Fellow-
the I rael Medical Association. Th-s protect concentrates on
the contributions Jews have made to medicine throughout the aces.
The Iraeli Institute, "hen completed, will include a I Ibrary of Medi-
cal History, a Museum of Medical History, and a Health Museum,

On Tuesday, Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood held a bazaar luncheon
with Mrs. Harry Sussman sponsoring the affair. Serving on the com-
mittee of the very successful event wore Mrs. Mae Nissen, Mrs. Gert
Fishman, Mrs. Dora Levine, Mrs. Sol Dwork, bazaar chairman. Mrs.
Suaeman, Mrs. Louis Cohen, president of Sisterhood. Mrs. Byrdie Tan-
enbaum. Mrs. Reiva Levine, cochairman of the bazaar and Mrs. Abe
Zimmerman.

New members joining Kings Bay Yacht and Country Club inclcde
Mrs. Jill Greene and children. Andrew and Michael; Gordon Jones;
Frank and BemadetU Krutchlk and children. Holly and Liia; Dr. Rob-
ert J. Haskin, and wife, Adria; Edward and Dell Rubin and children.
Dawn and Scott, and Kenneth H. Stuart.
*
From Tel Aviv comes a note from recently widowed Selma (Mrs.
Johann Berman. She has been receiving so many cards of sympathy
from her friends in Florida, that she wishes to thank all of them for
their kind expressions of condolence. Selma. former president of a
Miami Beach Hadassah group and a member of the board of the Jewish
National Fund (her husband was vice president for many years), has
been verv active in Israel where she now resides, working with Israelis
during the recent Yom Kippur War.
*
February is National Heart Month, and this year, the Heart As-
sociation of Greater Miami will attempt to raise $550,000 to support
its year round community service programs. There is no question
but that the Heart Fund supports vitally important research and serv- j
ice projects. Many lives are saved through screenings for potential
heart victims, classes in emergency rescue techniques, plus public and
professional education.
Heart disease is the nation's number one killer. In Dade County
alone, disease of the heart and blood vessels killed 7.445 persons in j
1972. With major emphasis on education, community service and re-
search, the Heart Association of Greater Miami serves some 1.4 million
persons in Dade and Monroe counties. It is a cause everyone should be
concerned with and everyone should support.
Program suggested by HAGM to reduce the risk of heart disease:
reduce saturated fats and cholesterol in your diet: count calories and
avoid excess weight; control high blood pressure; don't smoke; exercise
regularly: avoid excessive stress; have regular medical checkups, and
support your Heart Fund,
U-M, FIU, Historical Society
Inaugurate Prizes For Students
April Nuptials
For Ellen Kate,
Jeffrey Roth
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Katz. 137G4
Kendall Lakes Dr., are announcing
the engagement of their daughter,
Ellen M to Jeffrey R. Roth. The
uture bridegroom is the son of
Mr and Mrs. Leon A. Roth, 5811
SW 62nd PL
The bride-elect i- a graduate of
H. rh School, Roches! >r,
\ Y. ami received an Associate
d! Science degree at Rochester In-
stitute of Technology. She is pres-
ently attending Florida Interna-
tional University, and is employed
as a legal secretary.
Mr. Roth is a graduate of Coral
Gables High School and earned a
Bachelor of Business Administra- j
'ion degree at the University of
Miami where he recently graduated
from the Law School. He is a mem-
ber of PAD fraternity.
The couple plan to be married
April 14 at Temple Beth Am.
The University of Miami and
Florida International University
have joined with the Jewish His-
torical Society of South Florida to
inaugurate anmtal prizes for the
best dissertations, monographs or
published aitides by students of
either university on aspects of
Jewish history in South Florida.
The joint enterprise was the re-
sult of discussions held by Sey-
mour B Liebman. president of the
Jewish Historical Society, Dr. Jack
A. Harrison, acting chairman. U-M
Department of History, and Dr.
Joseph D. Olander, assistant dean,
FIU. College of Arts and Sci-
ences.
The submissions for first and
second prizes must be at least ten
thousand words in length and
should be a contribution to knowl-
edge concerning Jews in the area
from Palm Beach to Tampa and
outh along both Florida coast-
lines.
First prize is- S250 and the sec-
ond SI00. Entries must be sub-
mitted to the office of the Society.
J200 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, no
later than March 1. 1975: winners
will be announced the following
June.
The judges will be Prof. Emeri-
us Charlton W. Tibeau. Prof Mai
tin Greenberg and Seymour B
Liebman.
The Society is interested in
stimulating the interest of stu-
dents of a!l faiths in Jewish hi-
lory. Research to date has shown
that the role of the Jews in tin
development of many area-
Florida has received scant atten-
tion.
Oral history has been reconle 1
on tapes by interviewing long-time
Jewish residents. The tapes will
be available to those interested
Mr Liebman has revealed thai
the prizes and other funds came
from giants made by the Philan
thropic Foundation of the Great
Miami Jewish Federation. Funds
ire available for students inter-
>ted in conducting further inter
l lews.
t^
MARILYN I. MfVMS
Stepht
Marilyn Meyers,
ten Baron
To Wed In June
Mr. and Mrs. George Meyers of
604 SW 68th Ave.. have announced
the engagement and June wedding
plans of their daughter, Marilyn
Klyse, and Stephen Jaime Baron,
300 of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Baron
of Marlton, N.J.
The future bridegroom gradu-
Miami Coral Park High School
where she was "sweetheart" o
Zion AZA. and earned a B.S. de-
pee in journalism with high hon-
W at the University of Florida.
The future bridegrooms gradu-
ated, with hiTh honor, with a B.A
iegree in political tcience from
he University of Florida where he
is presently completing a Master's
degree in economics. He is a mem-
ber of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity.
Hosts at the initial cocktail reception held to plan for the
Lehrman Day School Scholarship Ball-30th Anniversary
Tribute Dinner are Mr. and Mrs. Carol Greenberg (left!
seen chatting with Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. The gala
will be held at the Diplomat Hotel.
WANTED
Business Woman to share Com-
fortable home near Miracle
Mile. Kitchen privileges. Ph.
HI 3-5705.
Discussing plans for the 30th Anniversary Tribute Dinner
in honor of Dr. Irving Lehrman at the kickotf reception in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carol Greenberg are (from left)
Mrs. Harry Rott, sister of Dr. Lehrman, and Mrs. Sherman
Kaplan, Mrs. Herbert Sadkin and Mrs. Stephen Muss all of
whoee husbands have assumed chairmanships- of this April
20 affair where Gov. Reubin Askew will be special guest.
ST. LUCIA'S
HALCYON DAYS HOTEL
A Special Travel Report by canoeing has become a popular
Ellen Jacobsen prepared exclu- and relaxing pastime to many
lively for The Jewish Floridian. vacationers.
St. Lucia has what you want Interesting attractions on this
and you want what St. Lucia Quren of the Caribbean islands
has. Come to this tranquil island include a visit to the beautiful
in the sun and let yourself go natural harbor of Marigot Bay.
at the Halcyon Days Hotel. site of the filming of the movie.
Halcyon Days truly lives up "Doctor Dolittle." And no one
to Webster's definition of days leaves the island without a visit
of youth, happiness and tran- to the Sulphur Springs, near the
quility. Halcyon Days makes all town of Soufriere in the south,
guests feel young look young to enjoy the reputed health giv-
and think young. ing qualities, which were en-
In the midst of the island's ioved by the troops of Louis
33-acre coconut grove rests the XVI during the period of French
most modern hotel, only five domination.
minutes from Hewanorra Inter- And of course, the world-
national Airport. And here what famed twin volcanic cones which
you see is what you get. Friend- rise dramatically from the sea
ly. smiling St. Lucians are on
hand to greet and welcome all
guests to the luxurious 256 room
resort
is something you'll long remem-
ber.
After returning to the Hal-
cyon Days and enjoying drinks
After a hearty breakfast on at one of several attractive cock-
your balcony, which faces the tail bars, guests dine in the Ter-
sea. you head for a refreshing race Room or Hibiscus Room
din in the Atlantic or a stroll before Catherine in the Piton
along the five miles of private Room which is the popular all
beach Before joining in one of night discotheque. Or perhaps
the many outdoor activities of- vour choice would be cocktails
fen-d at the hotel you enjoy a
barbecue on the pool pat'o.
One day you choose sailing as
a way Another time water skiing.
Prst on a 65 foot motor launch
during the sunset hour before
dining.
Once you visit Halcyon Days
you -tar: a family tradition as
morkelintt. scuba diving or fish- you'll cunt the days til your
ing \u these water sports are return. No one comes to this
at your finger tips, only minutes Hand or this resort for just one
away at th" Aqua Center which visit
is situated on the Caribbean Cnme and see r.nd do and
side of the Island where the find out what th" secret is to
water is calm and ideally suited this enHnmtingly beautiful isle
for all water sports. In fact, in the Caribbean.
For complete packages to Halcyon Hotel in
Antigua and St. Lucia call 371-6301 in Miami


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Candlelight Ceremony Unites
Marcie Gelb, Kenneth Haller
The foimir Marcie Jill Gelb and
Kenneth Michael Haller exchanged
vows Sunday, Feb. 10. at the Eden
Roc Hotel. The 7:30 candlelight
ceremony was conducted by Rabbi
Irving I.t>hrman and Cantor
Emanuel Mandell. and was follow-
ed by a reception in the Eden Roc.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and lira Saul Gelb of Kendall,
and Mr an.I Mrs. I:\ing Haller of
Miami Beach. Among guests was
the bride's grandmother, Mr-.
Dorothy Pollack of Miami Beach.
For the nuptials, the bhde chose
a daisy trimmed white organza
gown wi'h a full train and match-
ing headpiece, and carried a bou-
quet of white roses on a bible.
Ferris Shenker, the bride's sis-
ter, served as matron of honor
Among bridesmaids were Sharl
Apatov, Kathy Greenstein, Mindee
Shenkman, Robc-ta Rei-berg, Lori
Fried. Donna Band and Sharon
VVeinbrum.
Jeffrey Haller served as his,
brother's best man and u.-hers in-
cluded Arthur Haller, Charles
Shenker. Cralg Apatov, Stanley
Greenstein, Howard Friedman, Bil.
Ziegler and Jerry Zilberberg.
New Mis. Haller was graduated
from Coral Paik High Sell 1 and
Chan on William- I'a: a M-dical
MRS. KENNETH M. HALLER
College. Her husband also gradu-
ited from < il Park High Sel.co.
and from the University of Miam.
where lie majored in accounting.
Or. the:r return from a honey-
moon tr.p to San Francisco and
Las Vegas, the couple will live ir.
Miami.
Panel Discussion
Of Middle East
One of the mot comprehensive
discussions of Israel and the Mid-
die East after the Yom Kippur
War will be hr,ld Wednesday at
8:30 p.m. at Temple Emanu-El,
Miami Beach, as a highlight of the
congregation's annual "Wednesday
Night Forum" eiies.
Gen. S.L.A. Marshall, one of the
United States" foremost military
historians, Arr.bas-ador Jacob Bar-
more. Israeli envoy to the United
Nations, and Don Shoemaker,
editor of The Miami Herald, will
participate in a panel discussion
of the current Middle East situa-
tionmilitary, political and eco-
nomic.
r.oprfp T "" : an'" vie" presi-
dent of Temple Emanu-El and
former Florida chairman of the
\nti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith. will s^rvo as moderator. A
question and answer period will
follow the presentations of the
panelists.
The Wrdne^iav niuht program
i.- r."pn the niiWJ" at nominal ;
prices, with special tickets avail-
ib.e for students. Relegations
i; ii.....cured 't th tmple of-
fice. Mrs. Jacob Katzman and
Samuel Adler are cochairmen of
the forum sei ies
J. William Baros, Jr. Named
S. Dade Israel Bonds Chairman
B
J. William Baros, Jr., president
I of the Miami Rug Company, has
: been named South Dade chairman
tor Stale of Israel Bonds, Milton
M. Parson, executive director of
I the Greater Miami Israel Bond
[Organization, has announced.
Baros will serve as the first
: South Dade chairman in response
to the increasing Israel Bonds
. campaien activity in that area as
part of South Florida's S30 million
j quota for the sale ot Bonds, Par--
| -on added.
Par.-on aHo noted Baros' long
' list of credentials and accomplish-
; menK including service as a
i Snard member and past president
' of Jewish Vocational Service and
South Dade chairman of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
Igency Fund
Baros, vice president of Temple
1 Bern Am in South Miami, heads
Hullamlale Art Auction the wet firm founded by hii
Hallandale Jewish Center Sister- grandfather 50 years age and is
hood is sponsoring an art auction president of the National Retail
Surc'iv Feb. 24. at 7 p.m. Fl< covering ln-t:
Vikki Beare
MB Hada^ah Units Slate Candidate Foi
Senate Seat
Book Reviews, Musicals
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah Groups are nuvting on the fol->
lowing dates:
Miami tteach Chapter board j
meeting at the Hadassah offices j
541 Lincoln Rd Monday, at 10
a m. Mrs. Emanuel Mentz will pre-
side For the Chapter book review
series, Mrs. Edith Perlmutter will
review. "Some Enchanted Eve-
ning, the Life, f Rodjers and
Joan Rohrlich,
Richard Soil
Are Affianced
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rohrlich of
8630 SW 118th St.. have announced
the engagement and wedding plans
of their daughter, Joan Ellen, and
Richard Soil.
The bridegroom-elect is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Soil of
2175 NE 170th St. He is presently
a candidate for a Ph.D. degree at
the University of Miami.
The wedding is planned for
April 1974 in Miami Beach.
Hammerstein." by Deems Taylor.
Mrs. Irving Spear will sing. The
session will meet at the Algiers
Hotel. Monday, at 1:30 p.rn.
Inter-Ameiican Group will have
its Youth Aliyah dinner and fash-
ion show at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, at
the home of Mrs. Mimi Rudman.
Greater Miami Spanish speaking
Jewish women are invited. In
charge of reservations are Mrs.
Rudman, Mrs. Rachel Grosfeld,
and Mrs. Daisy Aduth.
Royal Maccabees meeting at the
Financial Federal. 755 Washing-
ton Ave.. Wednesday, at 7:30 p.m.
VIrs Emanuel Mentz. president of
the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah, will be guest speaker, with
Mrs. Irene Birnbaum presiding.
Golda Meir meeting at the Sea-
coast Towers V, Monday. Feb. 2o
at noon. Mrs. Aaron Shapiro pre-
siding.
SophV- Tucker will have a food
and white elephant sale Tuesday,
a, noon, at Coasial Towers 400
Kings Point Dr. Mrs. Leo Podden
is president._________.
Nikki Bean- has announced tint
she will campaign for the Florida
Senate Seat in Group 40 as a
"bread and butter" candidate.
"I piace top priority on asking
the Legislature to pass the bills
necessary to establish a 'watchdog'
legislative committee" Mrs. Beare
;tates. for she believes that "we
must make sure the public is rep-
resented in all Public Service Com-
missing actions."
"So that there is no mistake as
to mv stand," says Mrs. Beare, 'I
want the voters to receive this
message loud and clear: I will op-
pose any intrusion on the environ-
ment, and I will oppose reacting
to scare tactics which may lead us
to abandon the environment and
make decisions for which we
would be sorry in the near future."
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Sisterhood Presenting
Family Opera Singers
Temple Beth El Sisterhood will
present the Florida Family Opera
Singers of the Opera Guild of
Greater Miami in the Tobin Audi I
torium Sunday. Feb. 24, at 8 p.m.
Excerpts from La Boheme La
Traviata. Madame Butterfly. C'am-
elot and Cabaret are among the
musical selections to be perform-
ed. Tickets may be secured from
Mrs. Melvin Frecdman or the tem-
ple office. _______i
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Candidacy For Cabinet Post
After 24 years in the State Legis-
lature. Ralph D. Turlington of
Gainesville has announced his in
Kntion to run for the cabinet |
position of State Commissioner of
Education.
Although not a professional ed-
' ucator. Turlington graduated
from the university of Florida
with high honors, receiving a
B S B.A. degree, and earned nis ,
, Master's degree at Harvard, where
he majored in business administra- :
tion. A former classroom teacher, ^
Turlington believes his back- ,
ground, which includes the opera-;
1 tion of his own small business.
qualifies him for the post. ___
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Friday, February 15, 197*
American ORT Federation
Adopts $35,360,000 Budget
NBW YORK A bndjNft n i atlon; Dr. Max A. Braude,
80,000 for 1974 was approved
!'.. I he Aim 'ican OR i atun
at the conclusion oJ its ncent an-
nual National Coi To m el
the rising needs for ORT service
the conference f und it n cessarj
to raise okt expenditures sub-
stantially as compan 11 last
year's budget of $32,350,000.
Dr. William Efaber, president.
noted that about 60 |> t a nl of the
budget, over S20.0CO.COO was eai
marked tor Israel ORT programs
including new programs ari ing out
of the Yom Kippu: War require
m.ills. In all, over 7D.C00 youth
and adults in 21 countries are ex-
pected to attend over 800 ORT
technical schools anil other train
services this year.
The budget was adopted after t
series of speakers ieported on the
human and economic needs in Is
rael following the Yoni Kippui
War.

Principal i\p>:I- win .nade b>
Gent ral Cnaim Herzog, president
oi ORT Israel and military com-
mental ir for Israel radio and TV-
Dr. William Haber, "ho was re-
elected to the presidency of tht
I :: iti, Con
ul c :i-a of i rael .n h-
v tructu Ina of the out
operation in Israel to ace mmodate
000 '- Ol !!'.; YOM
Kippur War, after ther d*mob*l<
izalion, was announced by Dr.
Hi .:t.
Consul Gene al Ramati. in open-
i ng the convention, stated thai the
Ir'om Kippur War taught the conn
try that it mu t expand industrial-
^. As a result, he sail, it is "in-
un-.bent on OHT not to delay iti
plans for the large- tasks it must
issume for the educational, social
Hid economic future of Israel."
OKI's more than 800 schools
throughout the world are financed
y the activities of 130.000 mem
bers In the American ORT Federa-
tion and Women's American ORT.
jnd by a grant from the Joint Dis-
l ibution Committee of S3.230.00C
rom the funds it receives fiom
he In t- ,1 Jewi h Appeal and
Community Federations. The con-
v\ih.oii ratified this agreement
ith the JDC, which has been
made annua ly for the last 27
Sander Yanocur Speaker For
NCCJ's Brotherhood Dinner
SANDER VAHOCUS
Philip Kopitsky [Vamed Chairman Of
lluvlioiiv House *J/(Jiaim to Israel*
Ph lip K iplti ky ha~ h- en nami d
chaii n:;.n and Mi Gerti ude Son-
dak cochairman fo bour
IIoii>e L'Chaim to Israel"' which
will be held in Bal Ha 1 ues-
day, Feb. 26, announ-
ced by .Milton M. Parso .. execu ive
director of the Gn ti iiami Is-
rael Bond Organization.
A St. Louis attorney '.nee 1927,
Kopitaky has spent the last nine
winter- hen- and has played an
active role in the Israel Bonds
campaign since Its inception.
'iiaiiman *>f the board of the
first financial institution1 in Mis-
souri to buy t Bonds and lend
money for their purchase, Kopit-
gkj has sei *d as Fi In-
stitutions chairman for Israel
Bonds and h& a b ird i lember of
the Jewish Fedei I oui*.
He red ivi d velt
Humanities Award in I! 08.
A memb r of the Fr<
Lodge B'rilh, Kopil
was chairman of last yes 's I rael
Bonds event at Ha hour House.
Mr*. Sondak, a n live of New
Jen ) e .Na-
tional V. k.-,s
Bun an for Israel
travelled and lectured extensively
Kupcinet Host Of
25th Anniversary
All-Star Show
Syndicated columnist Irv Kup-
met will ho t the Miami Beach
Police and Firemen's Silver An-
niversary All Star Show, which
each year features guest appeai-
ances by some of the top names
in show business, al 8:30 p.m. Sun-
day.
Pa t pei Formers at the show.
which i- in l-.l al -Miami Beach
Vuditoiium, have included Fr
i tra, Bob Hope, Samn j Davis,
i ir. Don Rickles and Jimmy Du-
i ante.
P oceeds from the show go to
iid and scholarship programs for
widows and children of police and
fil mien.
i i All Star program can't li-t
performers in advance but. tradi-
ionally, show business people ap-
aring in the area volunteer for
pie t spot., to aid the cause.
Tickets are available in advance
al '.20 Alton Rd., Miami Beach, and
he Miami Beach Auditoiiuni box
office.
Sander Vanocur. veteran broad-
cast journalist .. i.l be the f atined
ai lii. 22>irT"a"rfnu.il I! roth
erhood Dinner sponsored by the
National Conference of I hristians
and Jews at the Fontalnebleau
li tel Tl ursday, Feb. 21, R. B
Gautier .Ir., chairman, announced.
Silver Medallion Awards are
i ii ented at the Brotherhood Din
ner to the? tliice individuals of the
three leading faiths who have
demonstrated their leadership in
civic and community affairs.
The honoreos this year are Al-
vah H Chapman. Jr.. president
and director of Knight Newspa-
pers, Inc.: Rev. John H. McDonnell.
O.S.A., president of Biseayne Col-
lege, and Robert Russell, president
and chairman of the board of Rus-
sell Anaconda Aluminum. Inc.
Vanocur, presently consultant to
the Centei for the Study of Dem-
ratic Institutions in Santa
ftarVara, Calif., has seen act! in
nrdughoul (Be world as a journal-
-t. oorrespondent, t levT-ion com-
nentator and host,
Gautifr, the NCCJ Brotherhood
linner chairman, is a partner in
he law firm of Worlej and Gau-
ier, a director of the Greater Mi-
ami Federal Sa\mgs and Loan
>< iation and the City National
Bank of Miami, and chairman of
the board of trustees of the Uni-
. i-r.-ity of Miami.
The National Conference of
Christians and Jews is a civic or-
;anization that strives to build
brotherhood through more than
70 regional offices throughout the
country. The formal dinner next
week is the piincipal means of
suppoit for the year's educational
activities of the Florida Region of
NCCJ.
Beth Shalom l)av School Taking
Re
MRS. GERTRUDE S0DAK
Scheduled to be honored at the
.( i- Dr. P
H S.....l. who will receive the '
State of Israel Masada Award.
Harry J. Klein is serving as hon-
orary iha rman
Louis Hoberman Candidate
For Reelection To Council
Louis Hoberman, former Surf-
tide councilman and vice mayor,
has announced his candidacs
reelection to the Surfside Council
n the municipal election to be
held March 19.
A resident oi Dade County since
'645, Hoberman served on the
Surfside Council from 19601970
omi es to Fight for retention
of the residential character of the
communit) and for greater usage
of the Community Center with free
ams of entertainment for
-; nts.
gistrattons
Registration for the 1974 75
school year at Beth Shalom Day
School opened last week, Dr. Fred
B.umenthal, sch'>j! board chair-
man and Dr. Morton Malavsky,
ii announced.
r only private Jewish day
;hool in Broward County, the
school opened its doors for the
first time last September with kin-
dergait.n. first and second grades
A pioneering effort in m
roaches t.i general and Judaic
cation, <1 uses are led by highly
qualified, licensed teachers with a
student ratio of no more than 15
to 1. The latest programs and meth-
ods are employed and students,
scored very high on various skill
tests which were administered re-
cently.
The school follows a modified
in n classroom concept and affor.ls
individual instruction. Art. music
and physical education are tan
by specialists.
For the 1974-75 school year, a
For T4-75 Year
third grade will be added with a
new grade level anticipated every
year Mordeca] Opher. director of
education at Beth Shalom, reports
he h is received inquiries for a
fourth and fifth grade for next
year. However, the day school will
expand slowly, in a manner which
is educationally sound.
MB Community Singers
Planning Monthly Social
I ie la t of Ita monthly social
mkI entertainment evenings o: the
season v. 11 bs held by Miami
Beech Community singers Sunday,
Feb. 24, at 8 p.m. There will be
01 by members, accompanied by
Helen Tieitman. pianist, commu-
nity singing, dancing to live music
and refreshments.
The group's annual concert, set
foi Sunday, March 24, in the Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium, is being
sponsored by the Greater Histadrut
1 <'il of South Florida.
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ALLEN LEVITT
\: i :i Harold, son of Mr. and
:. n is D. Levitt, will become
Mitzvah Saturday, Feb. 16.
: :.; .. ZiOIl.
n of Miami Lakes, Will ho
Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Peb. 16, at
temple Tifereth Israel.
Craij is a student at Palm
S] mi ;s Junior High School.
A Kiddush will be served by Uw
parents Immediately following
the Bervicea and there will be a
reception in the evening at the
Deauville Hotel.
a
PETER KAUFMAN
Pi i r Ronald, son ol Mr. and
\Irs Stanley A. Kaufman, will ob-
c ve his Bar Mitzvah at Beth
rorah Congregation Saturday
.; rning, F< b. 16.
Thi nt is in the eighth
, ado at John F. Kennedy Junior
High School and also a student in
The celebrant is an honor roll ,,u, neDvew High School of Beth
student in the seventh grade at Toran-s Harold Wolk Religious
Palmetto Junior High School. School.
,r.> n will be honored at the Mr. and Mrs. Kaufman will hon-
Oneg Shabbat following Friday ir their son at the Kiddush fol-
evening services hosted by his aunt, lowing services. Attending will be
Fannie Levitt, who is also his god- Peter's younger brothers, Mitchell
mother, Mr. and Mrs. Levitt will and LowelL
host the Kiddush on Saturday fol-
I iwing the ceremony, and a recep-
tion in the evening at the Doral
Country Club. Mrs. Sylvia Berman.
the celsbrant's grandmother, will
host a brunch Sunday morning in
apartment at The Costa Brava.
Among guests will be Mr. ant!
Mrs. Joseph Tomback of \eu
York, Mr. and .Mrs. Sam Tozin of
Chicago, an aunt, Mrs. Ethel Bass tnjs grea included Malcolm From-
of San Pedro. Calif., a cousin, Sy oerg. third vice president District
Maskowitz of Montreal, an uncle Grand Lodge: Ira Catz. president-
ial his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Morns fleet, Florida State Association
Berman of Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. B'nai B'rith Lodges; Henry How-
Rabbi Henry Siegmaii To Give 2nd
Lecture In Emanu-Ers Animal Series
Rabbi Henry Siegman, executive
kice president of the Synagogue
Council of Ameiica, will speak at
Temple K'v.anuEl of MiatflT'Beach
Sunday morning in the second Ice
tare of the synagogue's 11th an-
nual Sunday morning series.
Emanuel MentZ I" chairman of
the forum series. Tickets are avail-
able at the temple office and at
the door.
The program opens with coffee
scrved at 10:30 a m.; Rabbi Sieg-
irans lecture is scheduled for 11
am Or. Irving Lehrman, rabbi ot
Temple Knianu El and past presi-
RABBI HENRY SIEGMAN
Opti-Mrs. Art Auction
Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach
is holding an art auction Sunday,
Feb. 24, at 8 p.m., at the Seacoast
South. 5101 Collins Ave. Wine and
cheese will be served during the
previi w at 7 p.m.
Yaffa Fashion Show
Vaiu Group <: Hadasaah will
hold its regular meeting at 12:30
p.m. Tuesday al the Washington
Federal. fi33 NF. 167th St. Follow
ing a mini meeting, there will be
i I. -hion show and a film on
raises. Refreshments will be
erved. Mrs. Max Goldberg is presi-
dent.
dent of the Synagogue Council oi
America, will moderate a question-
and-answei session (ollpwing Rab-
bi Siegman's discussion of "A Si
Turn in Christian-Jewish Rela-
tions.'
Rabbi Siegman is national chair-
man of the interreligious Commit-
tee of General Secretaries, whose
it her members are the general
, cretari ol the National Coun-
cil of Churches of Christ and of
the National l onference of Catho-
lic Bishops.
Rabbi Siegman coordinates the
limn 1 a agency of American
ludaism, uniting the three wings
,i Jewrj Conservative, orthodox
and Reform who together repre-
sent appr ixlmately 4.000,000 Amer-
ican -1' '-
BB District Five
Boar The mid-winter meeting of the
B'nai B'rith District Grand Lodge
Five Board of Governors was held
.arly this month at Richmond, Va
Representatives attending from
R. Landy, also of Detroit, and Mr.
and Mrs. Dan Kav of New York.
DAVID MANDELL
David S. Mandell will observe
his Bar Mitzah during Saturday
morning services at Temple Oi
Ul<-n Feb 16.
ird, vice president, B'nai B'ritn
Council of South Florida Lodges.
Also Melvin Feigeles. trustee,
iJ'nai B'rith Council of South Flor-
ida Lodges; Jack Kleiner, repre-
inting the Broward-Palm Beach
Council of B'nai B'rith Lodges:
Colonel Philip Cohen. Regional
The cel-brant is the son of Mr. Lodge service director, and Jack
and Mrs. Murray Mandell. 7930 SW < R Gck national membership di-
21s: Terr. He is in the seventh rcctor
grade at West Miami Junior High
School and will continue his He-
brew studies through confirmation.
David will be feted at a recep-
tion in the Seville Hotel on Sat
urday. Among gue-ts will be his
trandmother-. Mrs. Rose Mandell
and Mrs. Sarah Wernicoff. Also
Mi and Mrs. Louis Boxer of New-
bury port. Mass., Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Boxe: of Cape Elizabeth.
Me., and Mr. and Mrs. Charle.-
i. rth of Providence, R.I.
'
CRAIG GOLDSTEIN
Craig, sen of Mr. and Mrs. David
Happenings
Herbert E. Horowitz, veteran
South Florida restauranteur. and
until recently vice president and
director of operations for the
Longchamps chain, has joined
Greater Miami Realty. Inc. as
a sales associate. Kenneth D.
Rosen, president of GMR, said
Horowitz will specialize in com-
mercial properties and large
acieage tract sales.
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Friday, February 15, 1974
+Je1sti ttorktfon
Paqe 13-B
Siegel To Head Greater Miami's
Biggest Israel Bonds Campaign
Robert L. Siegel, cochairman of
Ithe Advisoiy Committee and chair-
Iman of Synagogues for the Great-
ler Miami Israel Bond Organiza-
Ition, has been chosen to serve as
[general campaign chairman ot Is-
|rael Bonds for Greater Miami.
Hegel's appointment, which was I
ntiy announced by Advisory \
nmittee chairman Leonard Lu-
and Milton M. Parson, execu-
director of the Miami Bond
banization, comes ai a moment
hen the community will be called
pon to paiticlpate in an unpre-
[dented campaign for a Si Billion
^construction and Development
an to strengthen Israel's econ-
hj through Israel Bonds.
J The new Bond issue, the largest
|&n in the history of the Jewish |
tu;>!c, reflects the greatly in
I ased needs of Israel al the :
with a S30 million
ROilERT t. SIEGEL
Heart Association
Schedules Special
Screening Project
A special screening to find
pntantinL.victimfixaf. heart disease
will be held Friday, Feb. 22, from
9:30 a m. to noon at the Heart As-
sociation of Greater Miami, 5080
Biscayne Blvd.
The screening is part of a Heart ,
attack and Stroke Prevention
ram I HASPP) which attempts
to find potential heart victims and
liclp them to prevent a heart at-
lack. It is geared to reducing
'c;iilis from heart disease, the na-
ion's nun b r oni killi r.
The sc ecning consists of ineas-
uring height and w ight, urine
sugar and protein, blood pressure
n ikin [; and per-
history, I hose found 11 be
>n the hij h risk group for heart I
ease will n be checked for
blood cholesterol and sugar and
jiven a full 12 i tiocardio-
;ram.
Persons interested in being
United First Florida Banks
Introducing '24-Hour Jack'
i time, ani
ta, the Greater Miami cam- relopmei projects," he stated.
ign in 1974 is expected to be '] ;.. .mils represent a I
i most intcii i\;' ever carried on tested instrument for economic
the community. development," Siegel added. "In .....
I In accepting the chairmanship, I this historic > a Israel's entire checked for a possible heart prob-
L 'el pointed out that in recent development budget must be fi- 1 m may call Ms. Halprin at the
i inths there has been a sizeable nanced through the SI billion cam- Heart Association for an appoint
ruction in Israel's economic de- paigli." j mr-nt. There is no charge for this
,'opment. "Our increased support i The president of Temple Meno-, service.
lUgh Israel Bonds can now help rah. Siegel was inducted last | checkd for a possibl? hart problem
i-ore the pace of production in month in New York as a member .may call Ms. Halprin at the Heart
ctories and on farms, and hasten ol the Natioual Campaign Cabinet Association for an appointment.
... construction of vital new de- for Israel Bonds. There is no charge for this serv-
. ---------------------------------------------- ;ce.
Barry Richard
Candidate For
State Senator
lESAl NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL Clf.UIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-3852
NOTICE OF SUIT
V a recent press conference rx RE the MARRIAOE OF:
Jarry Scott Richard announced Robert MICHAEL KALUN
ais resignation as Deputy Attor-' nnn
Ly General of Florida, effective DOMfmrn kai.i.in.
p'-irch 15 and his candidacy for T(l rjOROTHY E kai.i.in
Lie senator from the 40th Dis- ^''.Vew'ftrk HMS
|,-;ct vor ARE NOTIFIED that Petition
' f,.r DlMolutlon ot Marriage haa beet
My three years with the Attor tiled.
tnv General's office have been
LEGAl NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ili- undersigned, desiring to ennui. In
business under the fictitious name
ot i'K\Tll:V Ml'SIC BAND at 215
E Mli Btreel. Hlaleah, Fla. Intends
lo register said name with the ClerK
nf the Circuit Court "f Dade County,
Florida.
ji ISB T. i is' Iil>
! 15-28 3 1-H
t ot your Answer or Plead!
,i. Petitioners Attorney >"'; ;''
It WII1TK 10SS Alfred 1 dUFont
Building Miami. Florida. JS1S1, and
Ol" Hi. original Answer or Pleading
'n the Office of the Clerk of the
above Court on or before the 8S oaj
S? March. l!-Tt if you fai.....lo so.
tadgment b" default will be taken
;'".',, ,'i > >u for the relief demanded In
"doNBANP ORDERED this 9 day
0fPebRTHARDP BHTNKER
I,,,,;-.,k, L^T&aSSkh
i PUty aerki8 ^ a
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDCIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DVISION
PROBATE NO. 74736
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
m re ;,;'
Wll.l I \M KATZ
-,-''' v-i"' '.!'.! -. i and \'l Persons Hnv-
n,,s Against Said
1 .':'' ....I,,- notified and required
re both now periing be-fore the ,.-'.'. any'cfn.'nl -*-*
gislatUM. The financial disclos- wWeh^^m^J-J* g", d ,
re bill is not yet law, but because late ol P^^VtdTcwft.y" and
believe in the spirit of the bill. ,,,, ,.. .,,,:.. in duni ^^L'^'
intend to cordtict myself as &% the,r jjjic^;. *$*
ugh it did apply. I am rcl-as- 2^ttftl<^lljgZl fiT
'-ASoVEPHKATZ
challenging and exciting." he said
The opportunity to be intimately
nvolved in the legislative process
has prepared me well. I believe.
|o effectively represent the people
of the 40th District and of Florida
have particularly appreciated
e opportunity to work closely
nth Attorney General Bob Shevin
cne of the most extraordinarily
fine public officials I have eve;
known.
"I have been concerned aboul the
Lerious lack of integrity in govern,
hont," he added. "Before Water
gate. I drafted the strongest ron
, | of interest and financial dis-
hosure laws in the nation. The>
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
, business under the IcUttaW. ""
,l JOEL HARVE\ A8SOJ 1ATEH at
.,, Box BJ1I. OJus S816S Intends to
FeS'ster said name with the Clerki of
[hf'circult Court of Dade County.
"""jOBL HARVBY BBLTZBR t g
By March 1, the United First
Florida Banks will have the first
(yvline gyCtfWUIrtft1 ^"eF" in
the state fully operational at six
cf its Southeast Florida Region
locations.
Called "24-Hour Jack, Your Any
/lour Banker," the fully-automated
system will service United Banks'
customers around the clock, seven
days a week, with any one or all
of ten separate banking operations.
Once these installations are com
plete. United Banks will have 11
Docutel machines in the state i;f
Florida, making it the only major
Flori la bank hi Idii com ny to
offer its customers the convenience
>t ::4 hour banking,
The six machines are *'-.c first
to be installed in South Florl i i
and the firsl in the state to be
"on-line with the bank computer.
J. Stephen Hudson, executive
vice and head of the
United Banks' Southea t Region
ind president of the Greater Ml
ami Chamber of Commerce, stated
in his announcement "24 Hour
lack allows the customer to bank
at hi= conveniencenot ours. We
are all experiencing changing life-
styles. Banking institutions must
adjust to meet the changing needs
of their customers. 24-Hour Jack
is a viable alternate to longer
banking hours." When complete,
the Instal'ations will cost the banks
approximately $250,000.
Hudson, who was elected to
head the largest of the United
Banks' Regions last November ex
plained in detail the "24-Hour
Jack" operation. "The cus-
tomer will be able to withdraw
cash from either his checking ae
count, savings or his Super-Check"
! (a pre-arranged loan) account.
I transfer funds between his cluck
Ing and savings accounts, make
.leposits to his cheeking and sav-
- accounts or make loan paf-
nta.
"Best of all," Hudson added,
"24-Hour Jack will not retain the
s private label card, as in
the case of less sophisticated ma-
Some 70.000 magnetic striped
1 i be distributed to Unil I
Bi"'. Soul ea?l R gion checking
i .(it customers by March 1. For
(,1 tomei 's protection, each
i '! holder will al in < ly e, in a
a pei mal four-
I nun.b?r to be u ed with the
: \"o tran actii i i- initial
,.. .: I is
, ted in the n e and
i toi has entered hi ;:i li\ ;
.,,.' code numl er on '.lie

"In -clinical I rms" Hu
. _m Hoi r Ja k and thi
r a e int 'rdep I I it is
i mak -
i en in .': n agi al o] i ati m t
eivici i ib.e."
On cash withdrawals. 24-Hour
'. i; will ask the central computer
'in- authorization to dispense the
funds requested by the customer.
It the funds ae available in the
:u turner's account. 24 Hour Jack
ill be instructed to honor the re-
quest. Otherwise, the request -
be denied.
Panel Discussion on IRA
Temple T.feieth Jacob Sister-
hood will hear a panel discussion
by the National Council of Jewish
Women on the Equal Rights
Amendment Tuesday. Feb. 26, at
the temple. EH Naclel will serve
n delator.
pg a net worth statement and my th
federal income tax returns for each
; the three years that I have been
the Attorney General's office.
LEGAt NOTICE
l THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIV/SION
PROBATE NO. 73-6257
J. OWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
[ RE: EMtate of
EOKiiK DAVIS.
RSlCr<en and All Persons Hav-
Clalmi or Demands Aawlnal Bald
\- Rxerutor
KUVK. KINK FOHMAN
Attnrn> ys for Executor
j -... i r-----1 rillilllliK
Miami. Florida IS182 ^^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
E OF>LORIDA IN AND FOR
F DADE COUNTY
PROBATE C VlSiON
PROBATE NO. 74-790
J GWVNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: B*M
HERMAN MEUTZEB
ToDAUecredltor ...... All Person' Hny-
JMChttH or Demand. Ai Mt Said
^effiTaM-j:
^'c^0oT%c j-i
and file th...... In ,. .,;.,
5ssM ?*?afv5.,^,^
fy Conrthouae In Dade County. Ptor-
.,f ..r Hi., aame >> barren
",,';,'. a V,i Miami Plorda. thl. I day
"fK',""i"uV.N MKIT/KU
\- Exi cutor
piled at Miami, Florida. thl day
offKTSKiltI?in,,.1 M. "otic, on
^{i\nnVr5Scl9'i4oaAX*
ki n:\iu.rM
Bj Barrett RothernberR
Attorney for Alvln M< tier
19 \v Flaxler Street, Suite 104 (j ^
The Jewish National Fund
of Greater Miami
MOURNS IHt PASSING OF ITS BHOVED, GENEROUS LEADER
Esther Garber
MAY THE FAMILY FIND CONSOLATION IN THEIR
CONTINUED EFFORTS IN THE UPBRINGING OF ZI0N
RABBI IRVING IEHRMAN
Foundation Chairman
HON. ZEV W. K0GAN
President Southern Region
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
Chairman, Executive Board
HON. JAY DERMER
President
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-7B5
JOHN R. B' ANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
l.i UK- F-MIe of
SOI, COHEN
ToArc^.or.andAlliyr^n.HaT.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
E OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-530
N0JT.GC^YTN0NCRED^ORRS
rJHARl!wBe#ATZ
TodAUC?adltora and All P"?n"YJ
jn, oalma ... Demand. Agalnal Bald
r, n .h".r office-. In the OoWUF
SSrthoUH.- In Dade County. Pli.nda.
Stthln "our raleiular months from
Sm time "f the first valuation here-
SK.r.r?fuS!!! b?' "
*SrofPehr^ryfeA.Dbm4
a/k/a ANNIE S DA\ TS
A Executrix
irst PHWIcatlon of Ujta notice on
IS dav of February. l"-___
M, iN HAYS & (IHIN'mVERG
Moses .1 firundwern
,i>rnev for Kjcecutrix
M Alnslev Bulliline
a,.. Florida 33132 ^
Mis wmm
of oMh ,m.' vill be barred Kiled at Miami. Florida, this day
".,:, at Miami. Florida, this 11 The Jewish National Fund
of Greater Miami
MOURNS THE PASSING OF
Esther Goldberg
BELOVED DAUGHTER OF THE DEDICATED AND DEVOTED
LEADERS, HERMAN & GERTRUDE MED0W.
MAY THEY FIND CONSOLATION IN THEIR CONTINUED
EFFORTS IN THE UPBUILDING OF ZI0N
f Fe" ,W4gABA COHEN
V Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
he IT. day of February. 1974.
KWIT.vi'.Y KKOOP & BCHBINBBRCt
P A.
Hv Richard I Krooo
\ttornev for Estate
120 Lincoln Road. Suite 512
2 15-22
JOB KATZ
As Executor
First publication of thla notice on
the 1". day Of February. 1974.
Edwin M. Olnabunt. Ban
Myers Kaplan. Porter. I.eyinsnn &
Kenln
Attorney f"r Executor
14!1* Hri-'-sell Avenue
Miami. Florida .
2/1.)---
RABBI IRVING IEHRMAN
Foundation Chairman
HON. ZEV W. KOGAN
President Southern Region
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
Chairman, Executive Beard
HON. JAY DERMER
President


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Friday, February 15, 1974
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Memorial Services For Rabbi Winograd
Memorial services will be helu
Tuesday, in Madison, Wis., for
Rabbi Riihard \V. Winograd. for-
mer director of the University i)f
Wisconsin Hiiici Foundation, who
died Jan 15 in New York City.
His predecessor in that post. Rabbi
Max Ticktin, assistant national di
rector of the llillrl Foundation,
will officiate.
Rabbi Winograd, his wife Cyn-
thia, and their three children had
been living in Israel since 1972.
when illness forced his retirement
fri -n the post he had held since
1964.
A committee has been formed in
Madison under the chairmanship
of Prof, burton Fisher of the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin Sociology De-
partment to provide for the educa-
tion of the Winograd children ,
through the Rabbi Richard Wino-
grad Trust Fund. Donations may !
be sent to Hil'el Foundation. 610
Langdon St., Madison. Wis. 537CW.
Checks should be made to the fun.l.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKHKHV OIVEN thai
the undersigned desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
o( V. I I' TRAVEL SERVICE al
l'i' Box BlWSfl, Miami, PI* S31S8
tends in register said name with the
Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florid i
DAVID HAYLOCK
j t -.- l'J :i t-8?
LEGAL NOTICE
I
IECAL NOTICE
HOCHBERG. Rina I- (Rlna Yairuda)
59, of Miami B< a< h Rlvi raldi
terosnl Mt. Nebo
BRAMAN, Harry, 79, ol Mian
DOCTOROW. Samuel, 80. of .Miami
bVat'h KOOPERSTOCK. Peter, ;. "f Miami
Bi h Gordon
REECE, Eva S 77. 802 SW _'7th Rd.
i lordon Interment Ml Neb* -
ROSEN, Louis, 81, "i Ba3 Harbor
Riverside
SNEIDER. Louis, 83. of Miami Bl h
Riverside. Interment Star of David
UNGER. Leona, -. of North Miami,
i.. v in. Interment Mt. Nebo
CAPLAN. Louis, vj, of Miami Beach
S I man.
NEWMAN. Leo, .".'. ': Miami Beach.
Riverside
POLINSKY. Samuel, 77. of Miami
Beach. Newman. Interment Mt.
.Win,
ROBERTS. Esther, 85 "t Miami.
Ki\ I'siile
WAGNER. Louis, M, of Miami Beach
Riverside interment Ml Mebo
WILSON. Jacob, 83, 3016 Bay Dr
Blasberg
KAM. Mrs Anna B M, of Miami
Beach, Riverside
LESSEN. Morns C. B* < North
Miami Beach Riverside
BAVTEL. Toby, 71 of M '
Riverside Interment Mt Net
BOTTON. Lena, of Miami Beai 'i
R v ersldt Interment mi 8
DORS-MAN. frying, .1 of Miami
Levitt
SCHACHTER. Ilarrv. of Miami
p-n,h Riverside
SOCOFSKY. Lilly. Ml Levltl Inter-
ment Mt Nebo
TARASUK. Dr Irvine. 87, "f Miami
Reach. Levitt
KOLOMER. All., i! 7S 1331 Lincoln
R/l. Blnsherg.
PARRIS. Emanuel, 7",. 8301 ciiins
A\ Rlasherg
WALSTEDTER. Tilli. Bi, of Miami
Reach Rlasberg.
LEVEY. Hcnrv t; 80, 34)23 NE 1114th
St. Rlv.-rside.
LOBEL. TUlie. 7 V of North Miami
Peach. Riverside.
POSTER. T/iuis. 80. 2SfU Collins Ave.
Riverside
BERMAN, Abraham, of Hallandale,
Riverside.
GAVRICH. Kcnnie. of Miami. Levitt.
GUTMAN. Lillian. \ of Bav Harbor
Riverside, Interment Mt Nebo
PERKINS. Mrs Bert, 84, of North
Miami Levitt.
RUBIN. Jennie, 77. of Miami B
Riverside.
GOLDSTEIN. Herman S
Washington Ave Blasberg
Palmer's
Miami Monument Compos/
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
444-0921 444-0921
Closed On The Sobh, t ,
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^^KINKRAI. HOMES. INC.
DIRECTORS:
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Medwin Jettor Alvin Jefter
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1283 CONEY ISLAND AVE, BKLYN
212/776-8100
13385 W DIXIE HWY,MIAMI
305/9471185
Represented by Sonn/ Levrtl. f D
625 S OLIVE AVE .WPALM BEACH
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Represented by PhAp Mewslrir,. f 0
Chapels available m all
communities in New Yck and
throughout the Miami
W Palm Beacr
reetman. George, 58. IBM James
A vi
COOPERMAN. Rae, '"' of Miami
Beach Rlversld(
GREENBERG. 1 .op. 81, of Miami
I;.-.,, h. itp erslde Interment Mt.
Nebo.
miller. Harry. 7. of Century
Villas* Rlvei di
pubin. Morris, of Miami Reach
I evltt
i SCHAFFER. Mali'.la. 14. of Tonhers,
Gordon. Interment Mt Sinai.
SLOMAN. Irvine. Rls, rslde
BLUM. Henry, M D of Miami Bi a< i>
Riverside Interment Mt Nebo
FOX Alfred A 7',. of Miami Bi
I Riverside
FRANKEL. Mv.-r Mike. 7:!. of North
Miami Beach Le> tt
frfed. Edna, 88, of Miami Beach.
Levitt
I GRAZI. Fortune, of Miami Reach,
Levitt
Kt EIN. Mrs lla'tie, of Miam
Beach Riverside
KOTTLER. Bertha, 77. of Sunrise.
Gordon
NARWITZ. Samuel, of Fort T.-iuder-
dale Levitt
ROSEN. Harold M 'f ii.,I Harbour.
Riverside.
roskoph. C irence, 86, of Miami
Beach, tlordon
gold. Alexander Samuel, 78, of
Miami Beach Newman.
GOLD, Minnie. t of Miami Reach
Newman
GOLDSTEIN. Mm F. 74. of Miami
Bench. Newman.
kline. Alex, 74. of Miami Beach
Newman.
WOLF. Morris 7. of Miami Beach
N.w man
JACOBSON N.rman. 7.".. of LaUder-
hiii Riverside
lifschitz, Etaruch Mordecheai, 101,
of Chicago Father of Cantor Wil-
liam lansoti of Miami.
SILVERMAN. Joseph, ."ai. of Miami
Baton. Riverside
SLOME. Anna K., 7S. of 1606 Penn-
svlvania Ave.. Gordon. Interment
Mt Sinai.
WEINBERG. David J.. 82. of North
Miami Beach, Levitt.
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
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140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
* Miami* Only Strictly lewish
Monument Dealer
friendship...
i means someone caies
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4 6P IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 74-844
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Estate of
ISIDOK WKISS, a k a ISIHOIt M
VVKISS and I M WEISS,
dec< i- d
To Al! Creditors ami All Persona llav- dress i^-
in Claims or Demands Ajrainst Bald Miami,
F'tate
Vou are hereb) notified ami required t
to preaent any claims and demands!
\!. i. you mas have aaralnsl the as-
tate of I8IDOR WBI88, decea I
lati '< Dade County, Plorlda, to the
Circuit Judges of Dade County, ami i
file the same in duplicate and as nro-
vlded in Section 7.ts.i-;. Plorlda Stat- ,
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse i" Dade County. Florida
within four calendar months from the
lime of Hi.- first Dublicatlon hereof ;
or the same will lie barred
Filed at Miami, Florida this 7 daj
of February. A I> lH7t
EVE! YN SALZMAN
\- Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the IB day of peb |M.
JOSEPH 8CHM1ER
\ || '. '. !:>l;ll,'
605 1 m, oin Road
I Miami Beach. Fla. .13139
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUN-v
GENERAL JURISDICTION
niV'SION
CASE NO. 74-2527
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In R< The. Mat riaire v'f
MANT'BL Pl'l.l'i '.
Husband.
AN VSTASIA I'll F<">.
\\ if.-
I TO: WAS r \.-'.\ Dl'l I-""
Resldonce I 'nkm a it
VOl' ARE HEREBY notified that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marrlaire
i ha been filet amrinst vou. ami vou
I at hereby required to serve a cony
I id' your answer or other nleadine to
i the I'etiti. a on the Husband's attor-
nej in '\\ \RD .1 ROSE.N, wh..... 1 I
1 > nvv North River Drive
Fit rida SSISfi. and file the
or.Mm.,1 with the Clark of the above
styh 1 Court, on or before the I daj
of March, 1974 or a Default will i>r
entered against you
DATED this J-i day if January.
1974
R HARD P, ttltlNKF.lt
Clerk of the Circuit Court
B) C P, COPE] AND
Deputy Clerk
: I-t-lS-SS
2 15-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE TOUNTY
PROBATE DIV'SION
PROBATE MO. 73-6751
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
: In RE Estate o'
. iSE J SANJENIS
deceased.
: To Al! Creditors and Ail t'ersoni" !Inv
Ins claim.-, i r Demands. Axalnsl Sain
Estate:
You are hereby notified and r-ouiten
t.. present any claims and demands
' which you mav have airainst the es-
tate of JOSE .1 SANJENIS deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
C rcuit Judges of Dade County, and
I file the same in duplicate and s.-
provlded In Section 733 16 Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in l>ade County, Plor
ida. within four calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of or the same will he barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 4th dav
of February A 1> 1^74
Jose J Rodriituez
As Administrator
First publication cf this notice on
the x il.iy of February. 1974.
c.oidman. Goldstein & Pacxier
Attornevs for Administrator
24*1 W. Fl.iKler St
Miami Fla 04;-J411
S/l-ll
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 74-635
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
ELIZABETH M. I.KATHKKLAM'.
dei eased.
To All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or I>,-mauds Atranist Said
Kstate:
Vou are hereby notified and required
To present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of ELIZABETH M. LEATHER-
LAND, d.cas.d late of Hade County.
Florida, to the Circuit Judltea of Dade
County, ami file the same in ilunli. ate
and as provided 111 Section 733 16.
F!>rid.. Statutes, in their offices In
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida within four caleudar
nths from the time t f the first
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FL0""DA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74-t'-4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in Re Marriaxe <>f
QKEO Hi'li \KT Husbar I
and BEVERLY DEHART.
Wife
TO: !:> ;:i:i.v hfh \ht
1.111 South 17th Stre-t
Nederland Texas 7T*!7
roi! ARE HEREBY notlfte that
, i'.iuioTi for Dissolution of y in ma
ins teen filed nKaiT^t you and vou
I Ar^ herebs reqatratl to serve > 'opy
. I your answer or oth-r pleading to
*iie Petition on the Husband's attor*
l ESTER t:< lOERS wl I i-
-ir.-s il N W 17 \v,-- ae, Ml-
ami. Florida 33125, and file the orig-
inal with the Clerk of the above
myled Couri on or before this 1 day
of March. Ili74. or u Default will be
! axalnsi vou.
DATED this 19 dav of January.
t!>74.
ItlfllAltM p BRINKER
Cl.rk r>l the I "ircult 'ourt
l.-.v A .1 RIVA8
Deput) Clers
t/l.l.tl
publication hereof, ot the kih, will
I*,- bai red.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this I day
o: February, A u. 1^71
l'aul Karl Leatherland
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the ^ day of February. 1V74.
David s Kumble
Attorney lor Kxecutur
:!.",ii Lincoln ltd
Miami Beach, Fla. ?3139
2/S-15
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
| IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF Fl ORIDA. IN AND FOR
r>ADE COUNTY.
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-3919
i ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
| 'v p. Tie Mnrrlaxe of:
JOHN D BUTLER,
Husband
and
: IS m:i:i. M. r.FTI.KR.
' Wife
Tl I: is VBBl M I'-l'TLER.
t'nknnwn
i YOC ARE HEREBY n. itififTI
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
has i.....ii filed ajrainst you and
you are required to serve a copy of l
, your written defenses. If any to it
on SIDNEY EFRONSON, attorney
f..r I'eiition.-r. fhoae address is 14
N.E 1st av... 611 Alnsley Hide
Miami Plorlda, and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
I court on or before Mn'vh |{ 1.174
otherwise a d.-fault will be entered
axalnsl ynu for the relief demanded ,
in the comnialnt or netitinn
This noli,-,. Khali be published one ,
each w..|i f..r f.iir rnnseoiitive weeks
In TOR i.-uK,, piORlDIAN I
WITNESS mv h->nd and the s.-.il
','/. s. I "' Miami. Florida on
this II .' .v of K.-l, 1974
RICH M'li BRTXKER
A- flerk, ftrcu't Court
Dad' 1 'nunty. F4nrlda
t'v B. J. Fl iy
A Denuty Clerk
"'..... n in s. in
S'l NKY EFRONSON
14 N'E. Isl Ue
ilns'i v m.iii.
IStSI
Attorm \ for Petitioner
2 l,'-22 a l-
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-3697
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE;
THOMAS c BAILEY,
Husband,
and
JOAN C BAILET,
Wife
TO: MRS Joan c BAILET
11 7 lillestone Lao.-
Matawan New Jen sy
YOF AUK HEKKIIY NOTIFIED
thai a i'.-titi..n for Dissolution of
your marriage has been filed and
commenced in this lOUTt and vou
are required to serve a OOP) ..1 your
written answer and defenses
on EMANUEL 1 EVENSON, attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose address is
824 Blscayne r.lik- 19 W, Flaxler
SI Miami. Fla. &S1S0 and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before March 1".
1974: otherwise a default will be en-
tered axalnsl for for the relief pray-
ed for in said petition
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami Florida on
this s day 1 Peb i"74
RICH Mtl> P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
1 '.,.! County, Florida
bj a .1 pi >v
As Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
EMAXFEL I EVENS! N
-:i Bis. avne Buildlnx
IS W Pi is .1 Street
Miami. Florida
An .111,-V <,., p, nuoii, r
(305) 3S8-22I3
2 ir-M 1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREBi HIVEN
the undersigned, desiring I TO* n
business under the flcl lloui name of
MlK-l EN CO at BO" N E I89U SI .
North Miami, i-'la intend |i register
said nan:,- with the Clerk of Or.
i-uit t'ourt -.f Dade Countv, Florida.
I BONARD OREENBERO
J51 174th St Miami Beach
Ml'RRAY KERCHEFF
17S20 Atlantic Blvd Miami Reach
1 n t 1-s-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fltVEN that
the undersltrned. desirine to rrfte:* In
business under the fictitious name of
CSTED T LA REL.TOION" at lf'H3
s w asth str.-et Miami Fla 381 l In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dido
Countv. Florida
11 KM TO ALONflO
- 8-1S-M 3/f
NOTICE OF
WAREHOI lFM AN'S 9AI E
N'oT'CK N lll-'lll-'l'v OIVEN that
hv virtue of ChHoter ,,:< Florida Staf-
iit.-- Annotated cut, w*'\.....emn
snd Warehouse Recelnta wherein AR-
1-oT MOVING & STORAGE CO. a
F'o-tdn cornorat'on by virtue of ItfJ
wnrehouse lien has In Its DOsaesjalon
the foMowinir deecrlhed nrooertv
ITsed Household goods as r>,e nronerfy
( of Mr and V's A MICKX"-N< whose
list known address was 33 S.W, 2nd
i Avenue. Taj Ants. No 3D4. Miami.
j Florida and that on the 8th day of
I March. 1974 during the legal hours of
j sale mainly between 11:00 forenoon
and 2:00 in the afternoon at 213R N.W.
'.'4'h Avenue. Miami. Florida the un-
dersigned shall offer for sale to the
highest bidder for cash in hand the
above described property of Mr and
Mrs. A MICKBNS
Hated at Miami, Florida, this 13th
dav of February. I'J7(
3/16-S]
NOTICE UNPFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in In under the fi. titious name
of ORT'PO CUBANO DE ESTCDIOS
HlsTOlttcos n) s ... Milan Atenue.
c..rai Gables I!^I34 intends to register
...1 name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade Coui tj Florida.
Sr. 'Cl.AM., 1 CAS yiii.v
II 15-2! 'l-<
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned deairinn to engage
in business under the fictitious name
"l HOUSE of Ti lYS at 13864 Bls-
Blvd N Miami Florida i"-
tends to register said name with the
Llerk ot 11,.. circuit c.,Urt or Dade
< ounty, Florida
SI I1TON. INC
Morton II Zemel
I 'm.-v f,,r anolicant
18666 n B ;i' Ave
N M ami I:..,, h Ma. 33K2
: \r-,-2-: 1 1-1
ihi
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
undersigned, desiring
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADF COUNTY Fl CIRIDA
CASE NO. 74-3862
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In I'- The m irriajre Of:
BAFAE1 <" Husl
and
DM I \ SO8A
Wife
TO DAI t\ siisa
Residence r-nknown
PeTmo/S? '":,"'"nv notified thai
Petition for Dissolution ,,f Marriaa*
has been filed .gains, Vo. \ ,, 'SS
are hereby required to serve .,,. ,"
our answer .- .h,- ,, leading ,,|.
am, Florida 8313K. and BiX'oS
ina with the Clerk of the above
M ;,Ur,',-,.'n "r ,,"f"r- ,h" -'a
of March I9T4. or a Default will be
entered axalnsl \.,u
DATED this :. day of February,
"74
RICHARD P BltlNKKK
Clerk of the C rcuit Court
By C. I XI BXAN1
D puty Clerk
1/15-33 3/1-8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVIS'ON
PROBATE NO. 74-873
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate .,'
FANNIE OLATT
deceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Kstate:
You are hereby notified and requl
to present any claims and dem
which you may have against the es-
tate of Fannie niatt deceased late
of Dade County. Florida, to the Cir-
cuit Judges of Dade Countv. and tile
the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida stat-
utes, in their offices in the Counts
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within four calendar months from"
the tim, of the first publication her,--
01. or the same will be burred.
Filed at Miami Florida, this 8 day
of February, a d. 1974
ZEV w. KOUAN
As Executor
....." nubl'catlon of this notice on
the IS day of February. 1974
Laldln. Ilothenberg, Kogan &
Kornblum
Attorney for Zev W. Kogan Eso
1 \- utor
434 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
2/15-22
I" ^'V':,," nler the fictitious name
"1 PHOTO ,t- FRAME CENTER .t
"*.8W .-i >-., M,,m,,j
tends to recister said name with the
''um.y:,W.lr,1d"r,-u" ''ur' "f ^
Miami Film Service Corn
__^_ 1 is-21 i/i-a
Fl CvfcPlRCUIT COURT OF TI4>
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
^.e. IN AND POR
?tEIDCOUNTY' FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION1
DIVISION
,,.___NO 74-4058
? C,f BV PUBLICATION
Marriage < >t
Ife
s""u In H.Th >7 r-utji.1.
11 v 7 "' M'riage ot
"i""1 1 ,'-"'SK,l!K Wl
Residence t'nknown
-r. A',1.1"?. I,l''ress ,s
r" Lllov BI'SKfRK
Pos( Office Box 7
v^l.'":'!'il1'-''' N'' Jersey
a u,[,"'- WWEBlf notified that
ri-ic-e 1, .^"olutlon of Mar-
yor.r."heb^hnv,,i^..ftS1"?' J
^ serve a
'tiier |)l*>:i W'ftll -.^.. k------. "'- .tKiilII<4(
onv or lh,r,','v fiuired to
ooy of your :lnsu.t,r or o
,"" to the i". nuo11 .,n (he w
torney, LESTER ROGERS w
Florida ii *- j Avenue. Miami.
A......"1- u,rl> Ot the above stvled
DATED this ,r,,ay of Pebruaryi
1974.
Clerk of th.- ,,-,-uit curt
By C P, col-FI.AND
2/15-22 3/1-8
-
mmt


!!
Friday, February 15. 1974
* I *?/#> nM-tdll.tr
Page 15-B
legal noi.;:
TTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
^H'!': IS IIEUKKY iIIVK.N tlm
the ui l-h..i ri -irlnc l> i-iiuage Id
*ss uihIit the fictitious name
!T SI5R\ ICE BUREAU III MM
List Str. t. Mianr I- .a Int. nil
ores: I name with the Cerk
^^B Cir< mi Ourl of Dinl.- I'nuiih
Florida.
O. II. Ovorllnlser
Nol.i < I) i llol>er
; an \' i rii;r. \i m & LAK8
Atlor: nils
! I>u;.....t Kuilding
Miami. Fa.mla
2/I-S-15-22
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOK
DADE COUNTY.
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CIVIL ACTION NO 74-3087
ACTION FOH DISSOLUTION
OF MARRiAGE
IN RE M "'
AIjEJanmih \\l:i.< is caFFKRATA
HU-i >'"
HI 1
NoK.\ : 1:1: \ ai'i-kkata.
Will- lent.
To- .\i:..\ H l\ ERA CAFFERA1 \
35, i. rrt-i Malarfn, Publo Libre
TOr" .k"iie.:bht notm-k,
thai ai i"i |ii->"iuii"ii i.l Mar-
riage h.i ii "led against >u ana
you hi '.u.i .il I" mi v. ii uopj "I
your -' uses, I' any. lo n
on DA NIK I. ItETTEK. attorney foi
pgtlr.' in '.'. I..... address is LOOS i'i.m-
gress Building. Ill s -;|" ( "''
Km. 3313S. and file IB
til...: .will above
^Keu court "ii or befon Marcn
'"174. ,-.: w is. ii ii. null 111 !' en-
Hd ai u lor i< -
nu,: mpialnt oi peili ion.
Th"- notice iltall be published once
^Bcn w.'-K lor lour consecutive weeks
^T'l III. JEW I SI I Fl.OKIDiAN.
fil.S i.>.~ mi hand and ihe s.-.il ol
Ml,, -u: : iii Miami. Florida on this
an) "I F.nruaiy. I'.'.4
i.ii iiAkh r unlNKER
... i i, ik. i Irani Com i
i iaue i ount). i- ioi 10a
i,\ i. r. Coi i-.i....\i>
A* Deputy Clerk
HCn- ult Couri Seal i
i.i. i.i-. i i en, ESQI IRE
H>. i iigitsi Buildiug
... I. .! '' >-
ii,. rmy tor Peuuonu- ......y .,
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORiOA IN A-ND FOK
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-792
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDiTOHS
. RE: Estate !
AIH'N TEPPER,
.1.. eased, _
4oAll Creditors and All Persons Hav-
frg Claims or Demands Against Bald
Stale:
You are hereby notified and required
present any claims and demands
hk-h m.u rimy have against the -
,.f AARON TBPPER, deceased
t,- nf Dade County Florida, lo ihe
r- uii Judges "i i ade County, and
fll< the same In duplicate and as
ovlded In Section 738 18. Florida
Katut.s, in their offices In the County
ppurihouM' in Dade County, Florida,
within f,.ur calendar months from
th- time of the first publication here*
If. or the same will bo barred.
Kil.'i ui Miami, Florida, this :. day
of Febru iry, A D. 1974
ROSE TEPPER
As Executrix
si publication of tins notice on
K I .liiv nf Februaryy 1974
IMON, HANS A CRrNDWERG
Iv: MOSES J. GRl'NDWERG
Bxei mrlx
1 Alnsli y Building
rlda 88152
2 B-15
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA 'N AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
PPOBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 74 385
GEORGE E SCHUL7
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
~.r\ RE: Estate of
pLl'RREY E AYBR
l- .,-,..1
1, All Creditors and .\'l Persons Hav-
i-i Claims or Demands Against Bald
You are hi reby notified and required
r present any rlalms and demands
[which you may have against the es-
<--. -, ,-' AI DREY !: AVER deceased
bti if Dad. County. Florida, to the
l in-uit Judges of Dade County and
fM. the sum.- In dup'lcnts and as
provided in Section 733 lfi Florida
Statutes, In ihelr offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County Flor-
Da. within four calendar m-"itii from
th. tlm. of the first publication here-
of or th.- same will he barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 3u
dr.y of Jan.. AD. 1974.
Aubrey Ayr Stevens
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
ith. ^ .lav of February. 1S74.
Sol. ALEXANDER
Attorney for Estate of
Kubrey E Ayer, dsceaaed,
B W Flngler St.. Suite 317
jjiami. Florlla
LEGAL NOT.'CE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PRORATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-634
GEORGE E SCHULZ
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE' Estate of
Tl EODORE \Y. J.EATHKIM.AND.
R, il
Credit and All Persons Hnv-
inir Clalm> or Demands Against Said
You are hereby notified and required
to pi saviil any claims and demands
which vou may have against M
tate I THEODORE W I GATHER-
1 am i dei ..; ed late of Dade i "ounty.
Florida, to ihe Circuit Judges of Dade
County, iinii f.ii- the same in duplicate
and as pr i ui- .1 in Si ctlon 7:::l 16,
Florlds Statutes, in tin Ir offl es In
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within four calendai
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
he barred,
Filed ai Miami, Florida, this 1 dav
jf February a i> 1974
Paul Earl I i th< rland
a- Executor
First publication of this notice nn
.in- 8 day of February, L974.
DSVld S. K mill,le
M for i-'\. 'utor
:l.".ii I Incoln Ri ad
Miami i: ai h, l-'.a. 33139
2 8-15
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT
OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
PROBATE D VISION
PROBATE NO. 74-380 fSchuIz)
IX RE: ESTATE I 1
RITA WEINBERU
1>.. eased
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
To At t PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDENT.
You are hereby notified that a writ-
ten Instrument purporting to be the
ast will anil testament "f said de-
- has been admitted h
in sniil Court You arc hereby com-
manded within six calendar months
from the date of thi first nubllcnifnri
of this noilcc to appear In said Court
and show cause, if any you can, why
the action of said Courl In admitting
said will to probate should not stand
unreroked.
GEORGE K SCHl'LZ
i' rculi 'i '"* .I'l'ier
RICHARD P. RRINKER. Clerk
By LOIS P PASTORFIEU)
Deputy Cl.-rk
SPAR HER. ZEMBI. ROSK1N.
HRII.BRONNER AND KARP P.A.
Attorney for Executors
inn \ Blscavne Hule\ard
Miami. Florida SSI32
l-'irsi publication of this notice on
tin > .i;i\ of February, 1974
1/8-15-22 3 1
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LESAL NOTICE
NO Itt HI- ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
;N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
El FWFNTH HID'CAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
HADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-2177
AMENDED
ACTION FOR D'SSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
MARIA CHRISTINA CA8TRO.
Wlf.
and
RAYMOND CAST Ho.
I i and
TO: RAYMi 'XD CASTRO
Marina Stn B-1
l i \ :ii-w i I akes, Puerto Rico
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ri Amended action for Dlssolu-
ii. ii f Mai lags has been filed against
you and you arc required t.- serve i
copj of your wriiten defenses, If
anj. '! ii on David R Bloi attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose address Ii
101 .\".\v. 12th Avenue, Miami. Flor-
Ida. and file the original \\iCi the
clerk ui the above styled court on or
before March i"'. 1974: otherwise n
default will be entered againsl you
for Un- relief demanded In the com-
pls r or petltfi :.
Tins notice shall be published once
cadi week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEW I8H Fl ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and ihe seal ol
said .1 un in Miami, Florida on ii is
4Hi da) of February, 1974.
i: P. BHINKBR
A i 'l.-i k. Circuit c .urt
I lade 'ounty. Florida
By VV TYMINSKI
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Courl Seal)
DAVID E STONE, ESQ.
STONE .t SOSTCHIN. 1' A.
101 N.W. 12th Avenue
.mi.iin.. Fliirida 128
Attoiney for Petitioner
1 8-15-23 3 >
2'X-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N iTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
th. undersigned, dealing to encore in
bur iess under the fict.....us name of
THE mi i' ntin: XPBKTS a< 041
Harding Ave Surfslde Intends to
reci'.r said name with the clerk of
the Circuit Court of Made County.
F!"'1" DAVID F..CH..ER
J I-S-1.-.-22
"""NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN ht :
Un undersigned, desiring to engae.-
In lusin.ss under the fictitious nrtne
Of SomiGATK MARKP-'IMQ AS ,
lOClATES ai C-: N K. 167ir S'ree,.
North Miami Ben.h, Florida 3311.2 In- j
tends lo register said name with the ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade \
Count v. Floildn
ERIC RAD
DAVID M OONSIIAK
Alicrney f'-r Ancltcant
M97 N.W. 7lh Street
Miami. FU.rid. f^^ ^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 74-781
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate "f
DORA H FINBBRO.
lie, eased.
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
Vou are hereby notified and reaulred
to ores, ni any claims and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of DORA H FINBERG deceasei
late of Dade County Florida, lo the \
Circuit Judses of Dade County, and ;
file the same in dunlicale and ai ;
provided in Section 7:::: li, Florida
Statutes, in ihelr offices iii ihe Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dadi Connrv. Flor-
ida, within four calendar months from
the time ol the first publication here-
of or the same will be barrel
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 4th
day of February, a 0 1974
s Edna Ii. Flnberg
As Bxecutrlx
First publication of this notice on
the 8 day of February 19*4
ARONOVITZ. SILVER & BOOTH
Bv Max R Silver
Attornev for Executrix
l'S Alnsley Building
Miami. Florida 33132
!'8-l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OACJI COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
OIVIS'ON
NO. 74-7573
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Ri The Marriagi if
l iENDA V MCQCE1
i i.i i Ml ..ii 'EEN. Husband
o- i i.o MCQCEEN
ii:. i i.-i,. -iii Terrace
Newark. Net J i "108
TOT' ARE HEREBY notified that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed ngalnel you and you
arc hereby required to serve .. copj
I your answer or other pleading to
;li. Petition mi the Wife's attorney,
LESTER ROGERS, whoso address I
14.14 N.W, 17th Avenue, Miami Flor-
126, and file thi original wilh
Ihi 'i, i, of the abi styled Courl
... i hi i. -. this 8 daj of Ma h, 1974,
or Default will i.e entered against
\oU.
DATED this us day of January,
1974.
RICHARD I' BRINKUR
I rl of -i i- Circuit 'ourt
li\ P .1 w ii SON
Deputy Clerk
1 8-1S-22
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD.'C'AL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DACE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-16"8
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVIS ON
ACTION FOR D'3oi UTION
OF MARRIAGE
: V ri: thi: MARRI \(iE i IF
CKFKRIN' i I AMPi s
ami
MARIA SOXIA CAMP) S
T<': Marls Son n I 'amnos
RES 1 lEXl':: I'XKNI i\VN
YOTJ ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
ihai an action loi I lissnlutinn of ;-ir-
rlage has been filed againsl yon
vou are retiulred i< serve s cop.i of
... |i
. our wrll ten defi nses, II any,
mi Adolfn Koss i for
1 inner, whoi,- addn ss
:ui11 A\i nue, Miami, Florhli
and file the original with thi
or
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOIC'AI CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE D V'SION
PROBATE NO. 73-r,?87
NOTICE OF INTFNiTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN RE: Estate f
I.II.I.IAN WINTER.
Deces ed
NOTICE glv< n thai Wi
ha\ fill il our Final Report ai d Pi
lion for Distribution and Final Dis
charge as Co-Executors of tin
i 111 I.IAN WINTER deceased, nnr
that on the !*th day "i February.
1974, will apply lo thi 11 morabh i 'Ir-
cull Judges of Dadi County, Florldh
fi i -I- oral if said Fin il Renorl an i
Istributio.....i final dlschai -
ps ci Bxecuti rs i ii:- --(.ii- if lh<
above-named decedent. This 18th das
nf Januarj. 1974
JOHN HKNiJY
JAMES MICHAEL Mil.I.Fit
Ri iii ri i! White. Atty.
1 82 I 'UponI Building
Miami. Florida 83131 (879 "I I
1 2' .' 1-8-11
r the above styled courl
for. March I, :c I ntherwlsi
fault ill '- '.!.' 'i bb '-'
i, i ii.. n li.' di mnndi d in th
plaint i r pel
This notice shall be publ
each week for four cons, i m ve i.....ks
in THE IF.M ISH Fl ORIDIAN
WITNESS un I ind nd Ihe si il "f
said court ai Miami, Florida on this
IS day ol ,Ian ,1974
RICHAPD V RRINKER
As c nil c iurl
Dad< i' unty, Florida
By B ,i FOY
\. n. nuij Clerk
- ir. ii '. il"i Si.
Koss Require
"l N \\ 12th I vi u<
Miami Pis ilSHS
\i torn" < for !' iltini r
l 2
NCT.CE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDCiAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOKIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNT Y.
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Civil Ar.tien No. 74-209?
NOTICE FOS DISSOLUTION
OF MARR'AGE
IN RE Thi "i
Al.o! v\ r CRIER. W -
.I.i
Ri 'i IERS CHI band
Tl i; I.' lOER:

pecal ui Gei
yi. r ARE HEREBY NO'
. hm B p i olutlon .; Mar-
, ,., ; ., i nil : .,i .si you i
\ou ar.- i -: red lo -.'-. copj ol
your wrltiei defi > lo It
. ., ma l.o- u SHAPIRi i, all
for Pi til.....i hose a <
:; ,, In Road, Miami
B ,: l!' ''.....
,, |th 'In r ol th" abo\ e <
... | oi r a.. y Si I.
II he ei I

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i. lief l
11 Ion
-' i hi ul
each ci lour
I THE JEW ISH Fl IRIDIAN
u ITN ESS in* liand and the -
ui i ., Vlinm Florida,
r u -. 1974
KICHAHD P HRINKER
. ii Courl
11 County, Florida
I SNEEDEN
. Courl
II... I.i .1 I. -;;.i I'lKO
.-, I iic "I"
il :.- I.....r da SI I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
C'VIL ACTION NO. 74-7C62
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAOE i IF
NORMA PLAZA,
Wife,
.....I
GERA RDO PLAZA.
Hiol ind
To; I) ERA RDO PI AZ \
''" ("i lomlius Avenue
Ait 4 N
Men York City, N V. li
TOD ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dlssoluth n of Mar-
riage ha- been filed againsl vou and
, in required to serve a mpv of
i. ur v i i'ii ii defenses, if am lo ii
,:- AI BERT I. CARRIC *RTK al
lorne) for Petitioner, whosi address
- ; "i S.W 81 Avenue. Miami, Flor-
ida 8*148 Phone No S86-88SS, and
::.- the original with the clerk of
tin above stvled court on or before
March I, 1974: otherwise a defauh
will he entered against you for 'I
relief ilemanded in Ihe complaint or
petition,
This police shall he published once
each w.ek for four ......sec'itlve weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl ORIDIAN
witness mv hand and the seal of
said courl al Miami, Florid i "ii this
":ird dav of .'.inuarv. 197 I
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Courl
Dade County, fi.....' i
By W. TYMINSKI
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
Al BERT l C VRRICARTE, ESQ.
7 1)1 S \\" 81 A' enue
Miami, Florida S3143
Attorney for r tltloner
i i:.i 2 i-s-is
NDTICS Or ac.tiou
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(Nn PSnPF.STVl
IN THE CIRCUIT CI'RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AI. CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DATE CH'NTY
CIVIL ACT'ON NO. 74 '"s-1
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF IV-ARRIAGE
IX RE the maim" i!E I IF
MANS JOACHIM OTTO
and
II El CA OTTO
TO: M's Helen rnio
4 Dueaseldorf, Wesl Germany
Acker Sir 29
yor AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution "' Mar-
riage has been filed againsl >"U and
you are required to serve .....i" ol
your wriiten defenses, if any, to It
on Ado'fo Koss E n Bttornej bv
Petitioner, whose adlrsss is mi N v1-'
12th Avenue. Miami. Florida S312S
and file Hie original with Ihe clerk ol
i.- shove stvled court on or before
March *. 1!'74; otherwise s defi.....
w n be entered againsl you for the
i, Hi r demandi d in II.....nml tint oi
i., til ion.
This notice shall be published once
each week for f'.u- consecutive weekt
In THE JEW ISH Fl OlillMAN
WITNESS mv linn.I and the Seal "*
aid court at Miami. Florida "" Oils
. ,.i" January iPTl
RICHARD P BRINKER
As i "lerk, Circuit "ours
1 lade County, Florida
By A .1 RIVA8
As Deputy cierk
(Circuit Court Seal)
A.lolfo Kiss I: .
Stone Sosichin P.A.
lei N W. l-'-li AVI nue
M ami. Fla 8S128
Attorney for Petitioner
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. ,'i-"921 iDowlino)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Il R] Estate of
ELI IS PAT1SH
.'.....!
Ti, All n"'1 All Persons Hav-
ina i ,mi- or 11. in.ii.ds Ags i si Bald
Estate: .
you are hereby notified and r<
to present any claim- and demands
which you mai I "-
,.,,,. 0f Bl.l IS PATI8H d.- ... .-I late
.1 Dade County. Florida, to the I ir-
, nit Judges ..f Dade County, and file
iii, same In duollca'* and as nrO\ Idea
in Section 733.1*. Florida Statutes, in
their offices In the County c.urthnuse
in Dade Countv. Florida, within four
, nlendar m mtha from the lime "t
ihe find publication hereof or th
same *- ill I"- barred
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 30 day
of January. A D 1974
SHARON M l'Al ISH
\- Artm'nlstmtrlx CT v.
FAI'NCB, FINK A FORM AN
Attorney for Administratrix CTA
1S02 Congress IPnldlng
I Miami. Fla. 1*183 ?,? ^
NOTIFIED
on of M.u
NOTICE OF AC.ION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-2101
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE <>F
SI INIA Rl'IZ
Petitioner
and
BERNARDO RflZ
Respondent.
TO- Iternardo iluis
Residence L'nknoti n
Yor ARE HEREBY
that an action for Diasolul
rlage has lieen filed againsl vou aim
vou are nnuired t > serve a copy ol
your written defenses, if any, to it
on Adolfo Koss. Esquire, attorney f"i
Petitioner, whose addresi is 101 N.W
'I'lh Avenue. Miami, Fla .toll's, and
file ihe original with the clerk nf the
styb d court on or bi lore
March s. 1?74: otherwise a default
will be entered agains) you for Ihe re-
lit f ilemanded In ttu- complaint 6r
Ion.
This notice shall be published om
each w.ek for four consecutive weoks
In THE JEW ISH Fl ORIDJAN.
WITNE88 my hand mid the seal ol
said courl ai Miami, Florida on this
23 day "f Januarj. 1974
RICHARD r BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
Hv A. J. B1VA8
As Deput3 Clerk
.Circuit Curt Seal!
Adolfo Koss Ben.
I'll N YV U'th Avenue
Miami. Florida ;isiw
Attornev far Ps'ltionei
1/25 2/1-9-15
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL C'RCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-1605
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIV S'ON
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
.MARIA RAMONA GALLEGOS
I'
a'ol
TITO "i.M.I EGOS
!:;.. indent
T I: Tim lallegos
I'o BOX 44oS
|'-.l Street
I'nion City, New- Ji rsej T1""
Yor ARE HEREBY MOTIFIBD
'........'on I UssolUtion i ( .Mar-
riage has been filed againsl yot......'
you are reo ilred to serve a copv of
your Writ! n defenses. II am. t" II
on Adolf.. Koss Esquire, attorney
. Petitioner, whose address is i"i
, \ \\ :il. Avenue, Miami. Fla 3.1188
and file the original with the i lerk
nf ihe abo> s styb d courl on or be
..... March I, 1974: otherwise a lie-
fault will be entered againsl vou foi
iii, relief demanded in the complaint
or nelil ion
This notice shall be published once
.-...li week for four n nsecullvc weeks
THE JEWI8H Fl ORIDIAN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR
DAir COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-7128
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: BhI I" '
[JENJAMIN KCPFERMAN
,i,. .- ised
To VII Credltoi nd A Persons Har-
ng Claims oi I in.- nds Againsl Said
,.'., hereh] i fled and required
to pr, enl I .amis and di i
which vou may have againsl the es-
laie of RENJAMIN KCPFERMAN
I late of Dnde Count}. 1 lor-
Ids to tin Clrcu Judg......f 11 ide
. nil the same In
. ,i, nnd r Idi d In Sei t Ion -
16 pi, rlda Statuti >, In thi
11., i '..i, .ii i 'ourthouse In lade
, -, .,-. Pi, Ida, within four
,iar months from He the
flrsl publication hereof, or the IW
will he irn il
Florida, this t day
, r Fi i. am 1974.
ROSE KCPFERMAN
As Bxeiun \
I publl Rl Ion this no ire on
i!u f daj of Fi bruai I :'"'
it, m Rarton Pa< kman, Esq.
v nej I'm Bxi cutrlx
i s m i.i i.i. a enue
Miami, Fla. 31 '
NOTICE CF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY-
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-2899
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in Till: IFW ISH I OHII.IAA iv KF- THE \o\iuma:e OF
WITNESS im hand and the seal of ^^LU^rVcAJrTBLI-I.JIOa
-aid courl at Miami. Florida on this < *".;'.' r' -|fe
IS dav of .Inn.. I!1"! ., '
FRICHARD P. BRINKER a'\llDON\
As Clerk. Circuit Court A',,''.'', .'.a
Made Countv. Florida
By P. J FOY
As Dsnuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
\dolfo Koss. Esouire
stone Snstchln, P A.
ml N W 1-th Av.nue
Miami. Fla. .1.112R
attorney for Petitioner
_________ "" '"
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
he undersigned, desiring *o engage m
business under th.- fictitious nai.......
\ B. C RABY SITTERS at 1 N W
'88 Street Miami 88189 ntends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of th.
Circuit I'ourt of Mad. Count) Florida
FRANCES M BRICE
D | -s I >'
""notice UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAIV.E LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to en
-s under Ihe fictitious rime ol
Ml ETON PERI-MAN PROPERTIES
it 2393 N.W. I4?ih Sireet, Opa I-ocki
Florida intends lo register said nam
with Ihe Cerk of the Circuit Cour.
of Dade County. Florida.
Milton IVHman. S.l, Fro-rletor
TA1.IANOFF nADER. B84M;
, Attorneys for Milton l'rl--i
1 Properties
Husband
TO: AIIEI. CARDONA
3114:1 \V :l Place
Chicago. Illinois r.ofiij
Yol ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action f'-r Dissolution of Mar-
riage lias been filed against you ann
you are reuulred to serve a copy ol
your written defenses, il any. to It
on ALBERT 1 cakuicakte attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose addresi
7001 a W 81 Avenue. Miami. Florida
38143 Phone No r.r,fi-xxa. and file
the original v. ith the clerk of the
above si vied curt on or before March
15 1974; mllerwis. a default will be
entered againsl you for the r.-liel
,1, in.un I,id in the complaint or peti-
tion,
This niil.ee shall be published once
.each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
Of said courl at Miami. Florida on
this 31 ilin of January. 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER
As C|,rk. Circuit Court
Pade County, r lorida
B] v J. RIVA8
As Deputy Clerk
iCIrcUll Court Seal,
AI.REUT L. CAKUICAKTE. BSQ,
7HI1 S W fil Avenue
i Miami. Florida SSI43
'Attorney for Petitioner.......
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"eJiewisli Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, February 15, 1974
Section C
Conservatives Challenge Other
Branches to Reshape Education
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PALM BEACH The head of
Dnservative Judaism this week
ailed on the other two branches
the Jewish faithOrthodox and
teformto enter into "a lively
Dinpetition" with the C'onserva-
Ive movement aimed at reshaping
Jewish education in order to bring
American Jewish life more fully
Under the influence of "authentic
Jewish values and teachings."
Dr. Gerson D. Cohen, chancellor
( the Jewish Theological Eem-
Unary of Americawhich is the
F-academie and spiritual center of
Conservative Judaism and whose
liead is acknowledged as the lead-
Eof the more than 1 million mem-
r Conservative movementtold
ore than 250 nationally promi-
nent Jewish leaders that he was
^*|>ersonalIy "driven hy the vision
of a better educated American
Jew deeply committed to the
ethical/moral values of Judaism."
"NOTHING drives me more
Sol Linowitz
than the vision of training Jewish
scholars, rabbis, educators and
laity better informed, better equip-
ped and mofe deeply committed to
shaping modern life by canons of
authentic Judaism under yard-
ticks of excellence," Dr. Cohen
declared.
"I am consumed." he continued.
"by the desire to draft new cur-
ricula, new forms of Jewish educa-
tion, new theological formulations
of the historic covenant which has
launched our people in its history
and sustained it to this day.
"That is why I have elected to
devote my energies to what I con-
sider the most vital task in Amer-
ican Jewish life todaythe reshap- ;
ing of Jewish education so as to '
mold Jewish character by the I
canons of Jewish religious tradi-
tion within the framework of a I
free, strong, and highly motivated
American diaspora." ,
DR. COHEN, who was joined in
addiessing the Jewish leaders by
Sol M. Linowitz. former U.S. Am-
bassador to the Organization of
American States, said that while
he believed in "the theological and
ritual posture" of Conservative
Continued on Page 4-C
Meeting in Miami to kick-off the city's February "Fight
Litter Month" are general chairman Ed Gerrits, (right) and
Florida's Attorney General, the Hon. Robert L. Shevin.
Area leaders are joining in to make citizens aware that
keeping an area as attractive and clean as possible is
everyone's job.
JWV Hits Navy Aid to Saudis
Ainslee R. Ferdie, national com-
mander of the Jewish War Vet- '
erans. has expressed outrage over ,
the recent disclosure by syndi-
cated columnist. Jack Anderson,
that the United States Navy is re- ;
portedly undertaking a program
to construct several classes of ;
ship- for the Royal Saudi Nava.
J'orce.
"We are appalled and bitterly
utraged to learn that the U.S ]
avy would in any way aid or sup-
port the naval force of Saudi
Arabia." Ferdie pointed out. "espe-
cially in view of the continuing
oil embargo which has been in ef-1
feet since Oct. 21 against the U.S !
by order ot the Saudi ruler, King
Feisal."
"FEISAL HAS shown nothing
but contempt for the people of the
U.S.," continued Ferdie. "and at
B time when so many Americans
may be victimized by Arab oil
blackmail, it is inconceivable to
justify assistance to the Saudis."
Ferdie said that the American
people may now be asked in a
betrayal of our principles "to turn
the other cheek."
"Neither a lasting peace in the
Middle East nor our posture as a
resolute world power will benefit
from an offer of military assis-
tance to Saudi Arabia. Moreover
it is disturbing to learn of an
American attempt to placate Feisal
on the same day reports indicate
his distribution of anti-Semitic
tracts to visiting French journal-
ists.
"The greed is now further com-
pounded by Feisal's immoral
fanaticism. The Pentagon should
reconsider any and all military
programs for Saudi Arabia."
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Max ham'v
Sees It
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Dr. Rollo May Temple Israel's
Greenfield Adult Institute Guest
One of the world's most distin-
guished psychoanalysts, Dr. Rollo
May. will be Sunday morning's
Greenfield Adult Institute lecturer
it Temple Israel of Greater Miami
beginning at 10 o'clock. This is
'. .part of the annual subscription
it-rics and there are some tickets
still available.
Dr. May, wno will lecture on ,
"The Courage to Create," has writ-
ten and lectured extensively on
the nature of creativity.
Dr. May ha* distinguished him-
self as a writer as well as a practi-
tioner and millions have read his j
books, several of which have been j
on the best seller list, such as
"Love and Will," for which he
received the Ralph Waldo Emer-
son Award, "Man's Search for
Himself" and "The Meaning of
Anxiety."
Dr. May's most recent book,
which was reviewed in all the lead-
ing magazines, deals with the life
of the late Paul Tillich. with whom
he had a close relationship.
In his work and writings. Dr.
May has combined his training in
psychoanalysis with his background
as a graduate of Union Theological
Seminary, bringing to the field a
unique combination of religion
and psychology that has brought
him world-wide fame.
Among the dignitaries present for the open-
ing of photo-journalist Ronald Richard Kan-
tor's photo art collection, "Jerusalem of Gold"
at the Cortinuum Gallery were (left to
right) Mr. and Mrs. Ben Giller, Mrs. Shirley
Michnoff, Ms. Anita- Frank of the Zionist
Organization of America, Mrs. Carol Fryd,
Mrs. Marcella Waldman and Mrs. Carol
Weiner, director of the Temple Beth Sholom
Youth Culture Program. Mrs. Michnoff, Mrs.
Fryd and Mrs. Waldman are three of the
10 artist-owners of the new gallery at 700
W. S2st Si, Miami Beach, a showcase for
local enlists. __
LOS ANGELES, Calif. I start with "The Exorcist" which is mak-
ing big waves in California. You see people standing in line for an
hour to view a child possessed by the devil, and freed by exorcism.
You read a headline story from San Francisco about an event two
j years ago, in which a family of three was attacked by an array of
' demons, and a priest with the help of parishioners freed them
I through a ritual of exorcism.
I WON'T discuss the psychology of diabolism, let alone its the-
', ology, even if I knew how. But 1 am troubled by our one-sided hunt
for devils in the energy crisis. I should prefer a cooler policy of com-
i pelling full disclosure of facts by the oil companies, finding wh >re th !
, blunders occurred and mapping out an affirmative policy.
About the oil companies first. There is a big backlash against them
which is flailing them across the country. Obviously, the senators and
' congressmen from the oil states will try to protect them against hostile
. legislation.
THEY HAVE deserved much of the criticism by misreading the
situation, by their failure to expand production and refining capacity,
by their single-minded concern with a narrow profit ethic.
But the rest pf us have not been without fault. We, too. have pur-
sued a reckless spending ethic, a swollen consuming ethic, an indif-
ference to waste, a bland and blind refusal to face the gap between
limited resources and runaway increases in energy use.
There are three things we can do about the oil companies. First, do
away with the absurdly archaic oil-depletion tax allowances, whose
base has long since ceased to exist.
SECOND, DO away with the "golden gimmick." the curious pro-
vision that they could write off their "taxes" paid to oil countries
in reality royalties from their taxable income in the United States.
Third. I like Sen. Henry Jackson's ID.. Wa levy stiff taxes on their current high profits but also to insist on gov-
ernment representatives on their boards. If these don't work, we may
well exDect a powerful movement to nationalize the companies.
PART OF the fury against them comes from a dammed-upvinger
which we have been unable to release against the major culprits the
Sacred Seven oil-producing states of the Middle East, which engineered
the whole business.
Let us face it. A new element has been injected into world power
politics, presenting developed and Third World nations with untold
immediate grief, and with incalculable dangers of depression and para-
lysis ahead.
The thing to do is to understand what has happened, an I 1
why. and respond not with self-pity nor with a fury turned inwrd, but
with a firm, united action of corrective security against the ......
oconemic warfare.
RFP0\n now? Not bv nending Marine* or aircraft carriers to
fe the o'l field*. Put n'Mier should we resnond bv wool*1* the
very same Arab states which deliberately, in cold blood, used this
weapon against th world.
We are reeling from the b'ows administered bv the extremist oil
actions, yet wo are at t*1" ame tim woo'int th Arab leader" "'
"card as "moderates" W" have declared "business as n---!" |
them pfucincf a?v '>rr>nl-'vr"c5ures of our own on them.
Th* no1'"v of the wet should be a double one.
First. "Fear God an* tak vnnr own art" a nol'ev of using
whatever bargaining position we hare on the export of marhincrv. tech-
nology, transport and especially our currently scarce food supplies.
AS I read the current American policy, it is a shying away from
l this kind of "reprisal" policy.
But if we are in truth to exorcise the energy devils, we nped a
better wsv than hv ehasine th*ir American version around with piteh-
. forks, while sprinkling rose water on their Arab creators.


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*Jenls-t fit r/dMur
Friday, February 15, 1974
I
4
Fountains Of Pompano ..
'Condominium In The Park
Exciting news in condominium
1 has just been revealed with
the grand opening of Fountain- of
Pompano, the new condominium
creation of H & v, Realt) & Devel-
opment Corporation, in Pompano
Beach,
The "Condominium in the Par;
itered in a vast park lik
.....rj has been
blended with lu h landscaping I
emphi -;/ the 1 rt ral charm ol
wn tree! 1
shrul II be plantt
to I b< aut; xiHin!
of dding will ere
at smo s to ''''' al
most to the lush [reens of I
,11 course And bubblin
th -
: way tr
I 1 ,r.. i! 'ou i IS ail h il
. 1 And
ind re
round t Id, h
rcsnonsil *'';'
'"' j"
far aw i; is Israi
and as clow as Puerto Rico
in S mth Fli I
.....cars
a residence
you
sign out-
Every con-
- and countless luxuries
ou'd dream p 1
Bl OUI lOV
\i Fount Pompano, lux-
ury doesn't mean just a
terraci luded, too.
it means a whole new luxurious
wa\ of life. You have the I ixun
of living in the midst of a park.
tfou're convenient to lust aboul with luminous ceilings and abun-
- fashion centers. Shopping, the-
. hotels and club-. Fine
beaches, and two challenging gol!
courses just across the road.
There will be so much to do
. ai 1,,, 1 1 j u inn n<' er w int
ray! The recreational i
at Fountains of Pompano are
ned to : BWin1
r poets 11 "< I tenni
. ,,.- p roi ms, i'1'
aunas, muffl bo.rd and
urge audit
and : x''!l *or
lasses in -' crafts wneri tion to
. ... 1. 1,1.1- 11V -C It ..,>.
floors designed not to scuff, am
.sear- appliances including 14 cu
ft, frost free refrigeration, contin
., u ., lepiin : oven ana range with
hoed fan, tainess steel sink with
disposal and automatic
her. Another important
: laundry facilities on
floor!
es start as Low as $19,490
[ualified buyers can g
, uch as PO per cent mot
ey, i: they wish
.,uso of the energy cri is.
the model*
1 ea 1 ii u!ge your h ibby or
, new on
.,. who 'i want to bo oul
r the}
5 n d a c : P
,u t\ where
,!i. h the mov
pr.
live d'fferently.
: '
ins Mr. Wainshal '
: bl
I
Both I-and 2-be Iro an 1
ire off< '
ml b of the bu
idous, w th everj
illy planned for eas<
1
iversizi d Ii\ n r i 0 ten out
on large s re 'ned terrace-, so you
tan entertain indoors or out. Se
suites assure pri
r,v and include private bath
::, ss : room area, and enormous
walk-in closet.
- an- really "eat i" siz
Brickell Place
Sales Are Brisk
.. |] p ace, 14.87
eti 1 real 1 sta! with 0
1,000 fei of bay frontage, is n n
under construction at IS01 Biickei.
A VI .
According to Charles Cheezem,
the developer, Brickell Place I
ii signed to complim nl the I
in an area where private mansion;
set the tone for early Miami. TTu
residence of Miami Mayor Maurice
Ferre is in the immediate area.
Cheea m says that Brickell Place
will be strictly a self-contained
residential community. Facilities
such as a Bayfront restaurant and
cocktail lounge will be for the ex-
clusive use ol residents and their
guests.
A full scope of recreational
amenities will be provided, in-
cuding Olympic size swimming
pooli, t?nnis courts, a health spa.
a marina, and various game and
hobby rooms.
Brickell Place is being developed
bj a whoiiy-owned subsidiary ol
Cheezem Development Corpora-
tion Cheezem Is chairman of the
board of the company, one Of th<
oldest and most respected pub
licly-heid development organize
tions in Florida with five commu-
nities under construction in the
Tampa Ba) ana. including the
award-winning Sea Towers at Inde
pendantm Gem on the wate
Madeiia Beach near St. Peters-
burg.
The four towers of Brickell
Place will be constructed in two
phas< 1 hi ra will be two 22-storj
buil 1 21 -tovy and a 17-
Btory. in addition, there will u
24 bays d< ises.
Sixti I e, two, and
thri
fen
id 1 P

level pi
fa
: 902-umt
have Wen trerj brisk
fll niilliun do..
. ". Itten in the
according
i heezem offii ials.
\ price increase is expeeted ti
e announo d sho tly, due to in-
I ,il and lab ir costs
and the demand for the few re
lining premium waterfront prop
rties available t'.'.is close to down
town Miami
To date, over TO per cent of the
tuyers have been local residents.
Cheezem feels this may be an in-
lication of public concern over the
snergy crisis and the resulting
gasoline shortage. "H our residents
,re employed in downtown Miami
they can drive to their office, and
back, seven times on a single gal
on of gas. Or. if they're so in
ciined, they can even bike or hikt
0 work in just a few moments,'
iie concluded.
There are three lavishly furnish-
ed model apartments on display
.; Ihe Bncktll I'.ace Preview Cen
ter. They feature entertainment
ized living rooms with dining
1 .-a.-, all-electiic kitchens with
uminous ceilings and till Boon
pacious terraces which have ac
from a variety of rooms, mas
:.r bedroom suites with sit-down
ties and private dressing
mis, and large, luxurious bath*
,1'-i roman tub-, min
tnd tile fl
Perhaps one ol st im-
Bseesive fea'.u cs to be incorpo-
into i,i' dev< 1
. 24 h ur
... facilities
or the ue of residents and theii
.1. -ti.
P

1 off-. 1 1 Appointments can fa
arranged by phone.
Fountains of Pompano I con
mlv located at 4500 NW 9tl'
\e. P mpauo Beach it's easj to
reach via VA 1 to Sample Rd. '
,,., west to NW 9th Ave. Open J
iya a wei!. from 9 to 0. th hand-
omely rurnished model apartments
e rtl the ti p in themseh -'
Israeli \rt Show
At Temple Judea
F< '>. i(> lo 22
havi
aia 01 Satui ; ~ 11 m
.1 : on i
- >me 22 artists will present "V
on 1 1 I" in oils, watei :oIor<
e, batik!
Icrafted jewelry.
Fi atured artist will be Sabra
N'ahum Arb< 1 who was born in 1
\viv in 1926, He fought in
48 War, the Six Hay War
nd was In the Israeli Inn I
e (in ing the Yom Ki
,Var It one-man
- London and New
Arbel contributes to Zira
ra 2xperimental theatre.
Al 0 in the show will be scuip
ares b> H; back, watercoloi
Rafpely, surrealistic \ ks
>i Gurevitch, Lazar p
bj Tallilah Ben Purrat who
ives on a Kibbutz, and co
porarj Israeli jewelry in silvi
\ aida Singer.
Dr. Acicm L. SadUB chancellor of Brcmdeis Univ
an yc-.i, /ice lo the Jewiai campus movement. E
di ;-c v. th l^e B'nai B'lith I nt's Medal, the :
st award. The "50" in ihe forefront
; on- oi the 3*noi B'rith HUM F01
b H Lc '% crea ion dev .
m ihe full 50 ye.-i^.
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Friday, Feb. 22. in celebration of
Art Sabbath.
Hours on Sunday will be from
11 to 4 p.m. with gallery tours a!
11 a.m.. 1 and 3 p.m. The gailerj
will be open from 10 to 5 p.m
Monday through Friday with tours
slated for 10:30 a.m.. noon ana 2
p.m.. and on Feb. 22. from 8 to
10 p.in following services.
Members of the committee are
Ellen Baum, chai.man. Ann Reiter
ochaiiman. Elsie Easton, Ruth
Schwartz, Itarcia Simon. Dorothy
\pple, Doris Langer. Elfriede Zun-
lell, Ruth Joseph. Charlotte David
jf 1. Bluma Marcus. Audrey Kom-
ad and Jeanne Rosenkrantz.
Leukemw Luncheon
Miami Beach Chapter. City of
Hope, will bo:.I its annual leuke-
mia luncheon and show Saturday.
1 Feb. 23. at 11:30 a.m. in the Can!-
on Hotel. The show will feature
Mo.lv Picon in "A Majority of
Doe." Buth Schooner is in charge
: real rvaUons.
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*Je*>ist fkredfiaiin
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A
Escape
from
the ordinary.

1
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Architect's rendering.
Missionwood at Miramar. Every
once in a.while an architect comes
up with something that's a cut
. above. Perhaps a bit more thought
and a bit more value everywhere
you look.
Missionwood. The result is an
outstanding community of unique
TowneHomes that give you all of
the privacy, pride and pleasure of
detached single family living with-
out the headaches. And at prices
you can handle.
Come on over for a look and
V
here's what you'll see: Private wood
trimmed TowneHomes with at
tached garage 2 and 3 bedroom
with nine different floor plans
private patio or balcony complete
kitchen refrigerator with ice-
maker, continuous cleaning oven,
dishwasher, disposal, clothes wash-
er and dryer Clubhouse with gym,
saunas, swimming pool plus tennis,
minipark and tot lots no land or
recreation lease centrally located
for easy commuting* from $30,900
with favorable financing.
Take any major North/South
artery to Miramar Parkway
(Hallandale Beach Blvd.):
west a quarter mile beyond
University Drive. Phone(305)
983-1171 in Broward, (305)
621-4422 in Dade.
ffllSSfOfHtfMHB
^ ^^ at Miramar
8469 Miramar Parkway, Miramar, Florida 33025


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tJcnisfFkricfiari
Friday, February 15, 19/4
Conservatives Challenge Other
Branches to Reshape Education
Continued from Page 1-C
Judaism, "I am in the first in-
stance a Jew, an American Jew,
and if I can stimulate and moti-
vate" the other branches of Juda-
ism "to take the same road I am
taking, or even to go along com-
peting lines, the Jewish people as
a whole will be richer and
healthier."
In making his bid to the other
religious gioups \o join in a re-
vamping of American Jewish life.
Dr. Cohen made clear his own
"strong belief that American Jew-
ish community life should continue
., be "pluralist and voluntarist."
Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. Stars
In Grove Playhouse Comedy
a banks, Jr., w!
ng at The C conut Grovt
-i ii
noon
.,i 12:.V^ from i'. .;mi Beach and heads south on
m m>
a:. 'i hi
waj and MTA
asks thai ridi i
Curtain time Tuesday thi
Saturday evenings is at 8:30
.,;,-.. evenings al ":30
and Wednesday and Saturday
. al 2 p.m i
Ian Harsh, i e -.
ion res, Miami Beach
motel
i- Spi (ial
tudenl
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS I*.
London comedy hits of the
decade. "The Secretary Bird."
ich opened Tuesday and will
continue thiough Feb. 24, enjoys
. ggeiing record of accomplish-
: n a wide variety of fields.
but is perhaps best known to the
public fcr his many screen classics
like The Dawn Patrol." "The
Pri oner of Zenda."' and "Gunga
Din."
A stylishly sophisticated British
drawing-room comedy, "The Sec-
retary Bird" is another pleasingly
.ising escapist entertainment by
William Douglas Home, often
called the "English Neil Simon'"
for his seemingly endless stream
ct comedy triumphs.
The "Bird" of the title is British
slang, roughly equivalent to
ame" and the plot of this
sparkling confection of urbane
tomfoolery is all about a waggish
novelist who devises a devilishly
clever scheme to save his marriage
by having an affair with his sec-
retary.
The Coconut Grove Playhouse
would like to remind those attend-
ing the Wednesday matinees that
the "Grove Playhouse Special" bus
and that "no one ideology or seg-
ment of the community is entitled
I .-ithsjr to hegemony or exclusive |
supcort at the expense of the ,
others."
IN THIS connection, he lauded
all the religious groups "for the
programs and progress" they have
already achieved, asserting that.
tiio.e programs that have given
[he stronge sense of Jewish
identity and Jewish collective pur-
e have emanated predomlnant-
oin the religious or so-called
!. nominations! sectors of the
ican J( h i i muni y
: vii. thi n nsive Jew-
i ational prog ams on evi i
I have been snon.-orcd and
con lucted by teligi us oi ganiza-
tlons, Orthodox, Conservative and
i rm. It could hardly have been
ttherwise, foi oi d si
;, v, i Jewish identity i
religious idi nl tj
oh : ai
;i thi Br k( rs Hotel here at the
ip (ning of th : nary'a 1974
national fund appeal. The drive
seeks over $6,500,000 to
the Seminary's trainii ol
nd toi and
a variet: of c ^nagogue,
unal ami | '.:'... sen ice pro-
Palm Beach Southgate Offers A
New Experience in Luxury Living
Families who will shortly be room and mirrored dressing
moving into Palm Beach Southgate | vanity.
Condominium Apartments will en- Pre-completion prices are still in
joy a new experience in luxury I effect with two-bedroom two-bath
living, apartments from $40,900. An ex-
The Palm Beach Southgate (Jon- ccptional selection of lake-side
dominium. located at 3605 South tlirce-bedroom three-bath apait-
Ocean Blvd. (A1A) in (South) ments is also available.
Palm Beach, is unlike any con-!
dominium along prestigious South
Jcean Boulevard in the Palm
Beaches.
An intimate duster of three low I
profile buildings, it contains a sur-
prisingly low dcncjty totaling only
121 apartm >nts, ;:1! of which have
a magnificent view of lush tropi-
cal gard ns and continuously flow-
in- l igi on. Additionally, each
!K.ildn i to pio'
view oi Lake \'. .
j : eonsl ucted in a way
which assures privacy without im
i g the vi
Although the develooment if
across th street from the ocean,
it off to the
ocean i well as a heated
iwimn tool, s tnas, an In-the-
gardens putting ". and a so-
.....'i It- deluxe ft- iturea in-
clude full} equipped all electric
eat in kit h ns wi h GE
in'.1.Ud marble bathroom vanitj
tops, al ''> al and
pi thru from
'1 to ('.III,'- a', a, slidill"
mirror clo ct doors in the dressing
Astrologers Star
In Sunflower's
G \psy Ca ravan
Iris Saltzman. psychic astrol
will be featured at the Sunfl
O] pay Caravan" Sal
ii t p.m. al the Diplomi I H t ! raised at the affai I
to to th; Sunland Trainii
I i.,l d children.
Theme cl the evening will be
A Mite oi the Mystic Sci
.-i in add tion to readini I
i hi. Marlowe and Urna
.,.;! astrologers, l
.,> t kti i' and dinnei
readings. Th< ii
"The Sensuous Astrologer'
,x> published in the Sp
Ed the Clement will rea
n McMartin wi]
.,n.,lysis.
lien for the even-
Mrs rris C. Cohen and M s.
; i i Weiss. Reservations mi >
it the Sunflower Si
Regina Resnik,
Victor Lopez,
In Gala Shoiv
The 11th annual all star variety
show by the Four Freedoms Civic
( lub is scheduled for Monday,
Feb. 25. at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium. Philip Sahl is executive of
'he Ciub.
Called "A Night to Remember,"
the gala will feature Regina 1
n,k, metropolitan opera star, Vin-
cent Lopez and his Society Orches-
tra, and Eddie Schaeffer who will
emcee the program.
Proceeds will enable the club
to continue its program of free
prescriptions for indigent residents
of the community serviced through
the Four Freedoms Pharmacy.
Sisterhood Musicale
Ohev Shalom Sisterhood will
meet at noon Wednesday. Refresh-
ments will be served and the pro-
gram will feature Rose Shulman. I
soprano, in a group of songs.
Grand Opening
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Friday, February 15, 1974
tJmlsfi thridton
t'rrrja

Viewti/ul.
v
So spectacular we've created a new word to describe it.
In years past, some of the world's most
effluent fomilies built their private estates on the
precious strip of lond nestled between the sun-
drenched shores of ftscoyne Day ond tree-lined
Drickell Avenue.
These glanfs of industry could afford to live
wherever they desired, but they selected this
unique area for its distinctive charm and
unsurpassed beauty.
What heretofore hos been ovailoble to only
o privileged few con now be yours, of Drid Place...if you hurry.
Brickell Ploce is now under construction or
1931 Drickell Avenue, just four short blocks north
cf the couseway entronce to Key Discayne. Here is
truly one of the most prestigious locations In all
of Florida. Walking distance to downtown, yet a
secluded private world of its own directly on the Day.
And DricMI Place compliments the lond,
cfering everything you always imagined Florida-
living should be...ponoromic views of the City and
the Day...complete reaeorional facilities with
no lond or recreation leases... and on outstanding
c o ecion of one. two, ond three bedroom opart-
menrs. penthouses, and Doyfront town-homes
cvOiloble in 16 dromatic floor plans.
Spocious privote terraces... enterfoinmenr-
s'zed living rooms...dming oreas...fully equipped
hirchens with luminous ceilings ond imported Italian
tile floors...mosrer bedroom suites with sit-down
vanities ond private dressing rooms...luxurious
baths with Pomon tubs and tile floors...plus many
other omenities you should expect in a quality
condominium residence.
Visit Drickell Ploce now while our grand
opening prices of $39,200 to $191,000 ore still
In effect. Don't miss this opportunity to share In a
historic past...live in a luxurious present...ond
participate in the dynamic future of one of Florida's
lost premium waterfront properties.
Three lavishly furnished model opartments
ore open doily for ypur admiration from 10 o.m.
until dark. Phone: 305/856-2600.
From 1-95 go south to 5.W. 25rh Pood, turn
left two bioclss to Drickell Avenue, then left to the
Dridsell Ploce Preview Center.
i"
3RKKLLL PUCfc
OncHeH ftote. a whoy-ownrt jutodtty c* 0>itm Oevk>pmnr Corp.


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+Jenist MiricfaTir
Friday, February 15, 19" 4
Europe's Parliamentarians Voice Solidarity With Israel
BONN (JTA
100 .
parliaments mel
Berlin t i disi us lit oini ac-
tion In support of I-
came from all parliamentar;
ties except the Communi I
Fascist parl
.The countries represented
Belgium. Denmark, France, Brit-
ain, Italy. Luxembourg. Holland,
Norway. Austria, Sweden. Swit-
zerland, West Germany and Ire-
land.
THE DELEGATES were all
members of the European-Israeli
Parliamentary Friendship group
founded in Paris last November
as a direct result of the Yam
Kippur War which posed a blunt
threat to Israel's existence.
The meeting took place at the
Berlin Kathaus. and the partici-
pants were warmly greeted by
Klaus Scbeutz, the lord mayor of
West Berlin and head of the Wesl
Berlin administration The me
ing was treated as a bajor politi-
cal event in the press of Wesl
Berlin and West Germany as a
whole.
Among the
Annamarir Ringer; speaker of the
Bundestag: Otto Probst, deputy
speaker of the Austrian Parlia-
ment: Jacqu Servan Schreiber
editor and n i the '
Assembly; Lord Janner, of I
eester, and Man! Bi osio, former
si cretar} NAT i
m, [he Italian Parliament.
Israel was represented by
Elimelecb Rimall (Likud)
Aviad Yafeh (Labor AlignmentV
with Dr. G
relations director at the E
ptan office of the Jewish Agency
in Geneva, as observer,
IN A forceful keynote speech.
Servan-Schreib r called for a
united stand in defense of Israel
against Arab blackmail. He de-
clared: "We are here to assert
our solidarity with the people of
Israel at a time of grave danger.
. This demonstration in Berlin
takes place at a permanently
threatened outpost of western
civilization. It addresses itself to
a crisis faced by another perma-
nently threatened outpost of
western civilization. Both Berlin
and Jerusalem are engulfed by a
-
d .-.'
W all of Jerusalem iusI
a call for vigilance, a call
draws its inspiration from a
shameful past, a vacillating pres-
ent, a hopeful future."
SEKVAVSCHREIBKR dec an I
that Premier Golda *
; v;r, u Sadal
ard peace, H ex
,j thai Syria i
move in the same dir ct
lining with the application of
lent i i I (invention on prison-
ers of war. But for humanit)
,.,:-. was at stake, Servan-
Schreil
"Th q
i i
on i, from the inside
Russi >'i military I
.e. will be allowed
to abuje their lom uani
tio:i so a- i lestroj the econo
mies of the Industrialized world
Sextuplets Reeall Fertility
Todav and Biblieal Yesterday
By MORRIS TURETSKY
London Chronicle Syndicate
The incredible feat of bringing
six children into the world at
one birth was a feature which.
according to the Sages, charac-
terised the Hebrew women in
ancient Egypt.
This supposition was considered
necessary to explain the phenom-
enal growth of the Hebrew popu-
lation from a mere handful of
Jac ib's descendants to I
tal of 600.000 in the course of
a few hundred vears.
AN INTERESTING factor con-
tributing to this fecundity w
special diet "f small fish, itself
obtained in miraculous fashion,
ami given to husbands by I
Hebrev h i es b 'fore i ihabil
It has been left to mo :
times to itness a re\ ival ol
proverbial Egyptian fecundity in
hape of an increasing num-
births, si attering
what, until now. was an accepte 1
law in eugenics known as Hellin's
law of multiple births.
According to this, twins occur
in aDproximately every 35 births,
triplets occur once in every 7 223
births, and so on. giving the
chances of sextuplets as one in
thousands of millions.
THIS IS largely though in-
comprehensibly the result of
the administration of female sex
hormones. This advance in the
field of medicine will undoubt-
Mrs. Susan Rosenkowitz, of Cape Town, South
Africa, gave birth to sextuplets last week. The
writer, a London rabbi, describes ancient and
medern methods of promoting fertility from
small fish to the fecundity pill.
edly be welcomed by Judaism on
three counts: religious, humani-
tarian and demographic.
First of all religious, in that it
offer- many more Jewish couples
the opportunity to fulfill the act
of nrocreation, considered a* the
holiest and paramount duty in
man's destiny.
Secondly, it will assist in al-
luch of the frustrati in,
,tiul inadequacy from
which childless women suffer.
THE BIBLICAL narratives of
the sterile matriarchs who were
the objects of pity and commis-
eration, and the delicate sympathy
in which they are treated, pat-
ently demonstrate the deep un-
derstanding Judaism has always
displayed to women in this pre-
dicament.
Thirdly, the present decline in
the Jewish birth rate is now
n aching alarming proportions;
the new drug may assist in ar-
Dg this trend and help in the
to promote tiie idea of
families.
The new fertility drug is. how-
ever, n entirely without prob-
li ms .. voluminous '
ture has collected over the past
10 years d icussing the various
: Ications of the drug as il
affects the Halacha.
THE POSSIBILITY of its dis-
turbing the equilibrium of the
monthlj cycle vital In Jewish fam-
ily relationships is one such prob-
lem.
Another is its value as a cor-
rective for irregularities in the
menstrual cycle, whose marriage
might result in sterility if mari-
tal relations are limited to the
infertile period.
One thing that can be said
with a degree of certainty is
that th? fert'lity drug has opened
a new chapter in great expecta-
tions.
civ led areas of
i
i ntinuin {, Servan Schn
declared: "If Israel Is forct
pressure from frii
accept the straightjacket th n
adversaries would plan u|
then proof will have been -
that aggression and blacl
pay. and that the;, can con-'
be used with impunity as ti
international policy."
AT A lunch here, Mayor
Schuetz, an outspoken friend >f
Israel, said it gave him "extra-
ordinary pleasure to welcome the
conference delegates, especial..
those from Israel." He said Ber
lin and Israel had many thing!
in common: love of freedom, d.
mocracy. security, peace. Schueti
who will be visiting Israel, said
these were the reasons why Ber
lin had been chosen for the c -.
ference of European pail.
tartans.
Yafeh declared that while i;
wa.i difficult to assess the
political influence of the CO
ence. 'what is important i- '
fact that the conference i> I
place, that Europeans are n
Ing up together in this impn -
sive manner in .support of 1-
The conference will stren
each delegation in putting pres
on its own govern
There has been no disputt
attitudes ; iwar l- Israel "
YAFEH SAID he had
overwhelmed by the recepi
He recalled that i:i 19HT pen;
thought Israel was on the
of elimination, hut no on<
lifted a finger to help. He praist I
the European] Israeli friends:
group for its work, adding that he
hoped now that Israel was
haps on the way toward pea
ready to withdraw its I
and live peacefully with its neij
bars.
He expres-ed great concern il
the f ite of Israeli POWs in S
hands As far as the confei
was concerned. Yafeh said it is
important for Israel to know '
it was not being left alone tv
cause of blackmail. The parlia-
mentarians unanimously ad
a resolution expressing "support
and encouragement" to Israel
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Bv DAVID NATHAN
London Chronicle Syndicate
r ie a rriag of Menai
li artist,
Liana Ri_- :. the British ad
t.i have attracted a fair
ol of att mtion which they
taking very calmly. They find
d that an American maw-
has nam td them "fun couple
ar" faintly hilarious.
"W weren't the only ones."
,- I ined Miss Rig^. "There were
ha.fa do/en in all."
"Which couple were the fun-
niesi aski i Mr. Gueffen.
THE'R CAREERS seem
dovetail nicely. White Miss Riga
i- preparing to play Eiiza in
ilion Mr. Gueffen has just
rd London one-man
at the O'Hana Gallery-
;.!>: ting h
the Diana is at
eatre." I, "'"'' '
away i > make a film, 1
i new marki
Is very l3ra< li, k ;11
..-u.il.zo
n an act of a]
o' Poiish immigrants, a -
trad;- tlj prickly.
"When I took Menacl
-j: i Miss Rigg, "my
mother sai I, "You don't look
like a Jew."
WHEREUPON Mr. Gueffen
told her that that was a very
anti-Semitic statement because it
meant thai she had a certain con-
, ol what a Jew should look
lik
Furthe.more, he added. "I as-
sured her that she had no need
to worry a-. Easter was a Ion-:
t.me off and tnat it was not the
season for slaughtering children
ct, Diana's mother is not the
bit anti Semitic."
V : g< I th" feeling that it is
just as we.I tor
ted that I was
d at last." said Mb
F.cbbi and Mrs. Stanley Ringlsr greeted Theodore Bikel,
(left) who was staning in "The Sunshine Boys" at a fund-
re: sing benefit theatie party for Hillel at the Coconut Grove
Playhouse. Rabbi Ringler is director of Hillel Jewrh Stu-
dent Centers at all three Miami Dade Community College
campuses Florida International University, and the Univer-
sity of Miami. At the Jen. 13 performance of the Neil Simon
comedy hit in the playhouse, more then SI,200 was raised
to support the Hillel work.
Jerome Benson, M.D. (top left) and Burton D. Levin, M.D.
received Miami Heart Institute's Silver Medallion Award
from Richard A. Elias, outgoing president of the medical
staff, at the institute's annual professional dinner-dance
and award presentation Jan. 26 at the Doral Country Club.
Attending the black-tie gala were the medical staff, the
board of directors and the professional staff.
When you are middle
I lass and have an unmarried
daughter of 34 people begin t<
think there's something wrong
somewhere."
MISS RIGG spent most of hi
childhood in Leeds but. as must
be clear bv now. she was not a
men ber of the large Jewish com
munity tin re.
'My father was agnostic an'1
my mother vaguely Church of
England. I went to a Quakei
school.
"We lived opposite a Jewish!
family, and we became very close
friends with them. The only dif
ferent thing about the Jewish
children at school was 'hai thej
didn't attend morning prayers,
and we rather envied them for |
that."
-You mean." asked Mr. Gucf
fen in mock amazement, "that by
' e age of 11 you had alre id>
discovered that we didn't havi
horns?"
-I WAS never br nght up t<
think thir I thai sai I Mis'
Rigg evenly.
ther," said Mr. Gu
"wroti i me once: 'Wh
you do don't marry a i
But when h.- met Diana then
was an instant rapport. With my
mother too. but my father sp >k
a little English, so there i
better communication He I
her very, very much. It was very
warm, very nice."
It is almost his last memory
of hi* father, who died a fen
weeks ago.
If they have children?
"I WOULD lifce my childrer
to have faith surrounding them."
said Miss Rigg. '.'It's one of th(
best things you can give them
But my difficulty is arriving at ?
faith myself in order to com
mun'cate it to them."
'When we have children." said
Mr. Gueffen firmly, "that i
when I nut on the pressure."
Mis Rigg had a shot a' learn-1
ing Hebrew while she was in Loi
Angeles for her recent televisioi
series, but as she was also havim
to master 60 pages of scri I
week she never cot much fill
than "mother comes" and
"father comes." a limited vocab
tilery for a lady who is accus-
tomed to the kind of words they ;
u-e at the National Theatre, botr
on and off stage,
however, Mr. Gueffen it
teaching her the odd word o"
two. and she recalls the verv
first which was possibly also th? ,
oddnt It was. she said, "tach-
tonim."
"That." said Miss Rigg.
on to explain with all the author
itv of a fine actress olaylns th?
role of a ereat linguist, "means
knickers.'"
Lasavin To Speak On
'Cultural Pluralism*
L. Lasavin. author-lecturer, will
sneak on "Cultural Pluralicm in
Canada," at the "Ones: Shabbos"
Of the David Pinski Club. Friday,
at 8 D.m in the Ida Fisher School
CaMerla.
Hilda Zueker. accompanied on
the mandolin by Paul Yanovskv,
will entertain with a group of
Yiddish and Hebrew songs and
selections from Yiddish clas-lcs
will h" rend bv Rochel Sussel. Re-
freshments will be served.
The Pyx Opening Here
"The Pvx," starring Karen Black,
opens Friday at Wometco's Surf
j and Parkway Theatres. Also open-
! ing Friday will be "Willie Dyna-
mite" on view at the Miami and
North Dade Theatres. Holdovers .
include "Papillon" at the Miracle. '
"The Sting" at the Carlyle, and I
"Serpico" at the Sunset and Nor-
mandy.
M EIC H E L S
by \0RMA BARACH
I
In-tead of a recipe this week. I've decided to fill you in on
"ev< rythl lg you've always wanted to know about chicken, but .. ."
Chicken is a great source of high quality protein, every bit
as good as red meat. It comes fresh, chill ni or frozen: whole or
cut up into halve-, quarters or serving piece- The age of the bird
determines its tenderness and how it should be cooked.
Some (if the different types of chicken commonly available,
are:
Roasting Chickens weight 4 to fi pounds. They are meaty
and tender, fine for oven baking, roasting or rotisserie cooking.
They can also be cut up for stewing, frying or broiling.
Broilers-Fryers weight 2 to 4 pounds. They can be fried,
hroiled. roasted or braised, depending on one's preference.
Hens Fowls or Stewing Chickens mature, less tender
chickens, weighing from 4 to 7 pounds. They are mostly used for
cooking soup, fricassee or stew; their meat is also used in salads,
creamed dishes and casseroles.
Canons noted for their tenderness and generous amount
of white meat. They weigh between 3 and 8 pounds and are
mostly roasted. If desired, they maj be stuff) with your favorite
stuffi
Rock Cornish Hens small, 1 lo 1 '_ pound birds. They are
th rice Of '
hicken should b.;. :' wr a meal? Buy
un< ooki d chicken pei sen ing.
to 1
F r -" Ie uoper and a chanj '. ould liki I i
imend this fish ca serole Serve .: with vegetable soup ind
-. ( imy cole slaw with pineapple chunks in it for a complete
su] | er.
FISH IN SAUCE
1 lb Whitefish fillets
icut into riecesl
1 cun timwto sru-e
1 cud sour cream
(do not use Imitation)
:' tbs. flour
4 mi 1ium potatoes
i<]-'r>ed very thinl
i medi im onion (diced)
1 4 n* -^n mushrooms (drained)
pe^ner _^_
s?lt f
Mis tomato sauce, flour and cream until smooth. Place in
a greased two-quart casserole the whitefish, vegetables, potatoe?,
SI!' a^d Dennor to taste. Pour sauce on top. Bak" covered for 43"
minutes at 350 Uncover and bake another 15 minutes. Serves 4.
on oM mowv w*trv dav. a hm t7-mmes is always a
delight. This all-in-one dish, with a tossed salad, makes a hearty
dinn ir
TZIMMFS DELIGHT
1 meat
1 '-,-, j
: t > matro meal
J> t-n in
2 > short r*w
Cilt (j
V :
" "ions I'd'eedl
Va box raisins (optional*
1 ]--,- -, ., I- potatoes
3 medium sweet potatoes
: cw suaar
1 < p b 'own sugar
i i h n< y
Mix hamburger meat. marra mal, sugar. Form sma'l meat
n j\, 8nd o"i>n Add | i cover treat and b
> a -! Add m*1 ball*, fook for shout one hour. Add more
water if necessarv. Then add white r i\ u .. sweet potatoes, rais-
ins and salt Cook about two hon-a t until rib meat is Add
rs and honey. Simmer about 5-10 minutes. Serves a family
cf six.
A nw oreinkbooV rh1 has eomo our wv aid
tv.-., y-n .n- w,nl )n K,in ,, ..Pnrt,, tn Good r,)nklri- nh.
,: h-d bv the Midw*t Ditrict VII! of W.....,'j American ORT.
" ha* i hrH -.......r .l,| j, .,,,;, ,,,- {,r H ,n. .,.,,ine t0
Mrs T1p, steiher 15*3 S.........>kr Ct Coeur, Mo. 03141.
T'.e Koo': d m "' fAatore .-.'1 ko h.,- ,.....;-,. bul t))(>rp Bre some
traditional Jewish ones you may like \ mple follows:
ALEX'S B IG1 I s
3 nl-tr sofiva r)>"- \oi.-t
r-u* lukewarm water
2 ""ps
2 tbs. salt
sum
R l--- veeetable o;i
7 heaping cups fl ur
Dissolve va-t in water in a -^V1 hw- ha| pgs Add sa]tf
"ear. oil and va< Maure f\nw int., a ),r?e mixing bowl.
Blend in P?" m'xf.re Ue eooufh adi'tioral wat-r to make a
'tiff doueh Knead well until smooth and elastic. Divide dough
into four "rl< R-.]] each into the shane of a nencil. Pinch off
pieces of doueh and shnoe l'ke douehnuts. Let rise in a warm
Mace Boit -atr in lar-'p o-t Put baee's into boiling water. When
they ris< to the too of the pot, remove to baking sheet and bake
at 375 for 30 minutes or until brown.


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'Creeping Paralysis' Mood of New Congress
By JOSEPH ALSOP
WASH! Mil
the new session
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tecutive branch Th
House itself is I th W
weak I Watei sscd
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of the I
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howling that made the bad patch
r than anything inherenflj
wrong.
This tin er, there i
. hon} about the mi li
\\ as
Above all. there is nothing In
j in the mena
this mess lo the country and it
[n (h: year 1974, ii i
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still 1888
the year of P Andrew

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dumps tor the sci j m
as this n Ien :r
New York the day ho went to
work In I 12!
yet worldwide games i I devil
takethe-hindmost always end bj
impoverishing ever; me concern-
ed. Th United SI
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,,. |-., ; this i ritical area
I is po-

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bj Rep. Guy Splcola, i
House Environm
Protection Committa The n jw-
ly appointed Co
chai. d with invest
po lution of Biscayne Bay and
its causes,
Miami Beach Mayor Chuck
Hail has sworn in four Tourist
Development Authority mem-
bers. Serving their first term on
the hoard are Norman Ciment,
a lawyer, former Miami Beach
Councilman and state judge, and
Joel Gray, executive vice presi-
dent of the Doral Hotel on-thc-
ocean. Council reappointed Bmi
<.renald and Roger Wolin.
ir &
Metropolitan Dado County
Mayor John B. Orr Jr. hf% de-
clared Feb. 11-18 os Archie
Stone Foundation Week in Dade
I o inty. "With all that the
Archie Stone Foundation has
done for Variety Children's Hos-
pital and for the disadvanti
sports-oriented youths through-
out Dade County, it's an honor
to proclaim this period as Archie
Stone Foundation Week." Mayor
On said.
A
The Men's Fashion Guild of
Greater Miami donated a room
to .Miami Heart Institute in
memory of their founder and
good friend, Al Zablo. The room
piaque was presented to Mrs.
Zablo and hei sons, David and
Randy by Osmer Deming, presi-
dent of Miami Heart Institute.
Among the nearly 100 stations
expected to carry all or part of
the National Leukemia Radio-
thon is local station WBL'S,
which will carry the program na-
tionally and locally from 8 p.m.,
Saturday through 8-9 p.m. Sun-
day. Coordinated by Joe Rico,
station manager, this unique 24-
hour event is being sponsored by
the National Leukemia Broad-
cast Council.
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Dr. Joel Feinberg, Rockefeller
University Department of Phi-
losophy, will lecture on "Com-
parative and Non Comparative
Justice" Thursday. Feb. 21, at 3
p.m. in the Lowe Art Museum,
1301 Miller Dr. Dr. Sidney Blum-
thai, associate dean for con-
tinuing education at the Univer-
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The Grea ia lotel
ion, Inc.,
has elected its officers for the
1974-76 term, including Robert
(iu/. president; Oneida Loyd,
George Rubin and Ralph McEn-
tyre, vice presidents; I.estor
Moss, secretary; Dick Strayer,
treasurer, and Wm. P. Moody,
sergeant-at-arms. The new board
of directors is comprised of
Andy Alpert, Art Bruns. E. N.
ciaiiL-liinn. Jr.. Fred Dank?r,
Earl Duffy, Edythe Elson, War-
ren Freeman, Abe Gurevitz,
Frank S. Henry. Robert L. Jack-
son, Andy Pennella, Roberto
Peres, A. C,. Riiibal, J. J. Skip"
Shepard and Blake Sturgeon.
v> -ft -tr
The Cultural Arts Society of
South Florida, (a non-profit cor-
poration) was to present an
"Evening of Pantomine" featur-
ing two films of Marcel Mar-
ceau, Thursday at 8 p.m. at the
W ashington Federal Auditorium,
633 NE 167th St, North Miami
Beach with Ron II< adrick, local
producer, choreographer, direc-
tor of Modern Jazz at the Con-
servatory of Fine Arts and an
officer of the Cultural Arts So-
ciety as host for the evening.
Pioneer Women Club One
Fetes Moishe Fnedberg
( ub No. l of Pioroer Wi m
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M yer l vin. Refreshments
iv servi I,
Pollv Bergen
At CAR III
Brunch Here
Loiber Chapter of the Children's
\sthma Research Institute and
lospital at Denver, in cooperation
with Burdine's and Polly Bergen,
.vill hold a brunch Tuesday, at 10
i.m. in Burdine's Rcstauiant at
Jadeland. Ms. Bergen will speak
m "The Power of Being a Won
in."
Proceeds will go to CARIH for
ontinuing child care and asthma
research.
Ms. Bergen has been an active
upporter of CARIH and is an hon-
orary member of the national
board in Denver.
Tickets may be secured from
li.-. Nat Cynamon or picked up
:t Burdine's, Dadeland.
Regency Singles Slate
Tne Regency Singles Club of
Miami Beach has slated a dance
for Monday starting at 8 p.m. in
the Washington Federal. 1133 71st
St. The evening will feature a
live band and refreshments. Pro
coeds are earmarked for Israel's
needy at Passover.
The club has also, planned a
dance for Saturday, Feb. 23, at 9
p.m. in the Ivory Tower of thr
Saxony Hotel. Included in the eve
ning will be cocktails and a show.
Hunter College Alums
Mark 10th Anniversary
South Florida Chapter, Alumni
Association of Hunter College will
hold a luncheon Saturday noon at
Harbour House South. The affair
will mark the chapter's 10th anni-
versary and the 104th birthday of
Hunter College.
In charge of reservations are
Mrs. Ruth Frank, president, and
Mrs. Emma Layman, treasurer.
NOW OPEN *
WEST DIXIE
POOLS INC.
13377 W. DIXIE HWY.
* EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES (
* FREE WATER TESTING
* POOL INSTRUCTIONS
CALL TOM MILES
895-5316
and the like.
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shail ha privilege ol
the U S. dollar going to he I in
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FOR RENT Si IV D
WATERFRONT, MINI-ESTATE
On v. icayrw Bay, near 36th Street Interchange; resi-
dental yet nea: downtown and shopping; 3-bedroorn. 2-
bath, Florida room, garage (oversized rooms); may be
combined as office-residence. Seen by appointment.
S675.00 per month yearly, or SI 275.00 per month sea-
sonal (minimum 3 months. Phone: Richard Galpin Gal-
pin Realty 757-6462 or 758-6264.
When you see
the models at
Water Bridge,
you'll see a lot of
reasons why
Levitt & Sons
is one of America's
most trusted
builders.
5909 West Sunrise Boulevard,
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33313
Phone: (305) 791-8690
Models open daily 10 to 6.
VUNttKDQE
Miami Turf has it all.
Condominiums. Boating.Fishing
Swimming. Golf .Tennis.
Luxury. Location. Shopping Mall.
And mortgage money.
Anything else? Come and ask.
N.W. 215 Street (County Line Road) just west of U.S. 441
Miami, Florida 33169
Phone: Miami (306) 652-2950, Broward (305) 525-4377


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To introduce you to
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Furniture is offering you savings of 25%...
Plus a free gift with every purchase... plus a
chance to win a free trip for two to Ocho Rios.

Take advantage now of the savings on
our fine line of imported living room,
bedroom and dining room pieces custom
made of genuine solid mahogany
and mahoe.
Plus a large selection of handcrafted
wood carvings, paintings, goatskin rugs
and other accessories.
Many pieces made by the Workshop
for the Blind and the Polio
Rehabilitation Center.
Immediate delivery at no charge.
Come in and register for a
fabulous free weekend for 2 in
Ocho Rios. All expenses paid!
No purchase necessary. Simply come in and register.
Here's what the weekend trip includes:
? Leave on Friday afternoon, first class, via Air Jamaica.
? Accommodations at the beautiful Shaw Park Beach
Hotel, Ocho Rios.
? Breakfasts and dinners included.
? Transfers to and from airport and hotel.
? Guided sightseeing tour.
? Return to Miami on Sunday, first class, via
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Drawing will be held on Thursday, March 14.
You need not be present to win.
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When $15,990 could buy a 1 bedroom condo
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$15,990 (* up) not only buys the condo and the
palm trees but S1,000,000 worth of recreation:
Golf course condominiums (with vie.vs of fairways or
lakes)
Tennis courts
Biking (complete with bicycles) and Jogging paths
Twin clubhouses
400 Seat capacity auditorium
Stocked waterway for your fishing and sailing pleasure
Saunas, showers, swimming pools and LOTS of palm trees
Eat In, windowed kitchens, complete with washers/dryers/
dishwashers/disposals
Fully carpeted
Completely screened porches
Unfurnished or furnished (at builder's cost)
Free decorator service
See our space saver models created by one of America's
foremost designing teams
And if you're tired of all this activity (within the
privacy and seclusion of more than 36 acres) then
visit your nearby, newest and biggest, shopping
center complete to the finest Danish, Knishes and
franks this side of Nathan's.
Enjoy "EVERYTHING UNDER THE SUN" in the
heart of Tamarac, at COLONY CLUB 8100 Lagos
de Campos Boulevard, off McNab Road. Come see for
yourself or call us at 721 6350 or 371 9377 for the
dates of our "pick-up" tours when we can personally
point out all the comforts available at that "Good
Ole Days" price of $15,990 and up.
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Bhere thoughtful appointments have been
provided in anticipation of every need. Where
spaciousness is a keynote, from the magnifi-
cent lobby to surprisingly generous apart-
ments and walk-in closets you can actually
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gWhere the arrent is on design. Design which
fccomplements the sea and the island's tropical
landscape.
"here is peace. And seclusion. And an atmos-
Bhere which beckons you to stroll along the
uncrowded seashore.

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3. residence.
H.. You live in a serene, uncongested area of
? private Singer Island villas and estates. Just
teps from the sea. Just minutes by car from
? the exclusive shops, the stores, the banks and
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K..Your residence at Aquarius is uniquely
Suited to Gold Coast living at its finest. An
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Entertaining, sun rooms for those lazy davs.
Kpnd more all available at your leisure. You
>>ay choose an unhurried morning along the
. .tlean. private, white-sand beach. Or nearby.
a!m Bnnrh County offers for your pleasure
half a hundred golf courxes. exceptional
fishing and water sports, ana cultural activi-
ties which are widely acclaimed.
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And ... a new height in distinction:
PENTHOUSE APARTMENTS
Presenting the pinnacle in Aquarius luxury. 21
superbly-appointed "penthouse" apartments on
our fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth floors.
Featuring more spacious terraces and the
elegance of gold bath fixtures and bold colors by
Kohler of Kohler ... vanities with hand spray-
ers and swivel mixture control faucets ... de-
luxe ranges with self-cleaning ovens ... side-
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Somewhere people are hurryirg.
The Isaacsons set their own
pace at our place. River Reach.
Pam and Garr\ Isaacson take lite as it
comes at Stiver Reach. It often begins
with a leisurely breakfasi on their
balcony, while enjoying the spectacular
view of the boats skimming by on
New River just below. And then, maybe,
out on their own Ixut tor the day.
They love the whole idea of living
on an island. A scenic, serene and secure
island guarded by a single entrance
24 hours a day.
Riu-r Reach is just five minutes
from Downtown Fort Laudeniale. Thii
minutes from Miami. But in a lushly
landscaped residential area made up
mostly of single family homes. Aw a) I
the shadow of tall buildings, the mad
ing crowds and traffic.
Garry and Pam set their own ;
for living. And you can. too. For as
little as $28,300.
Come see our model apart me
The) are open daily. Step out onto th
balconv. and imagine \ourselt living on
thisloveh and quiet island.
Prime apartments, overlooking
New River, are going quickly, howevi r.
so don't hesitate. 1 lurry on over to
River Reach now. So you'll be able
to relax later.
An adult island condominium '
2 Ivdroom apartments trom S $8,9<<
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trom $28.300to $35,1(H). Immediate
occupancy. In Fort Lauderdaleon
S.W. l)th Avenue, just one block north
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palm trees but S1,000,000 worth of recreation:
Golf course condominiums (with vie.vs of (airways or
lakes)
Tennis courts
Biking (complete with bicycles) and Jogging paths
Twin clubhouses
400 Seat capacity auditorium
Stocked waterway for your fishing and sailing pleasure
Saunas, showers, swimming pools and LOTS of palm trees
Eat-In, windowed kitchens, complete with washers/dryers/
dishwashers/disposals
Fully carpeted
Completely screened porches
Unfurnished or furnished (at builder's cost)
Free decorator service
See our space saver models created by one of America's
foremost designing teams
And if you're tired of all this activity (within the
privacy and seclusion of more than 36 acres) then
visit your nearby, newest and biggest, shopping
center complete to the finest Danish, Knishes and
franks this side of Nathan's.
Enjoy "EVERYTHING UNDER THE SUN" in the
heart of Tamarac, at COLONY CLUB 8100 Lagos
de Campos Boulevard, off McNab Road. Come see for
yourself or call us at 721 6350 or 371 9377 for the
dates of our "pick-up" tours when we can personally
point out all the comforts available at that "Good
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We are pleasea w
the Opening of
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7fe CONDOMINIUM
Island .. between the Ocean

... an exceptional condominium value.among
jhfl palms of exclusive Singer Island.
A residence community of tasteful luxury,
where thoughtful appointments have been
provided in anticipation of every need. Where
spaciousness is a keynote, from the magnifi-
cent lobby to surprisingly generous apart-
ments and walk-in closets you can actually
walk into.
Where the acrent is on design. Design which
c mplements the sea and the island's tropical
landscape.
There is peace. And seclusion. And an atmos-
ihere which beckons you to stroll along the
incrowded seashore.
Aquarius. Truly a superior condominium
esidence.
,.. You live in a serene, uncongested area of
private Singer Island villas and estates. Just
jteps from the sea. Just minutes by car from
the exclusive shops, the stores, the banks and
brokerage houses of Palm Beach.
...Your residence at Aquarius is uniquely
fcuited to Gold Coast living at its finest. An
?outdoor swimming pool, a party kitchen for
I entertaining, sun rooms for those lazy davs.
[and more all available at your leisure. You
f may choose an unhurried morning along the
tclean. private, white-sand beach. Or nearby.
tTalm Beach County offers for your pleasure
Bialf a hundred golf cour-.es. exceptional
: fishing and water sports, anu cultural activi-
ties which are widely acclaimed.
:...Your large, handsomely-appointed apart-
fment is equipped with every convenience.
\ Living space is ample. The design and the
-Craftsmanship are a source of pleasure and
pride.
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... And your private terrace overlooks a world
of breath-taking beauty. Before you. to the
east, is the blue Atlantic. To the west. Lake
Worth the Intracoastal Waterway and
the mainland beyond. Lush, green, unspoiled.
And ... a new height in distinction:
PENTHOUSE APARTMENTS
Presenting the pinnacle in Aquarius luxury. 21
superbly-appointed "penthouse" apartments on
our fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth floors.
Featuring more spacious terraces and the
elegance of gold bath fixtures and bold colors by
Kohler of Kohler ... vanities with hand spray-
ers and swivel mixture control faucets ... de-
luxe ranges with self-cleaning ovens ... side-
by-side refrigerator/freezers ... deluxe dish-
washers .. .deluxe kitchen cabinets ... all in
addition to standard Aquarius features in other
apartments.
The Model
Apartments of
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are now open daily
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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