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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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"eJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 47 Number 8
Miami, Florida Friday, February 22 1974
T.iree Sections Price 25 cento
DAY AN WON'T SERVE IN CABINET
Syria Israel
Withdrawal
Seen Likely
Grieving mothers visit the graves of their
sons, who died in combat during the Yom
Kippur War. Fred K. Shochet, publisher of
The Jewish Floridian, reports in this issue
on his visit to Israel in the wake of the
young nation's most grueling and demand-
ing tragedy. (See Story Below).
MOSHt PAYAN WILL BE QUEST OF HONOR
Billion Dollar Bond Issue
To be Launched on Beach
SAM ROTHBCRG
general chairman
A new $1 Billion Bond issue of the State of Israel will be initiated
at the 1974 International Inaugural Israel Bond Conference which
will be held in Miami Beach during the four days from Thursday,
Feb. 28 through Sunday. March 3. it was announced by Sam Rothberg,
general chairman of the Isr^JLBjiad.Organization,------
Defence Minister Moshe Dayan
f Israel is coming here on an
historic mission to help launch
the new Bond issuecalled the
SI Billion Reconstruction and De-
velopment Loanwhich will con-
stitute the largest single Bond
irsue ever floated by the State of
Israel since its establishment.
GEN. DAYAN will be the
Hero Wages War 15-A
Filling in Background 14-C
By Special Report
WASHINGTON Following
meetings here early this week
between U.S. Secretary of State
Henry Kissinger and Egyptian
Foreign Minister Ismail Fahmi
and Saudi Arabian Foreign Min-
ister Omar Saqqar, Fahmi an-
nounced that "everything is mov-
ing in the right direction" in the
Middle East.
Fahmi said that "there is prog-
ress on every front" in the direc-
tion of the Egyptian-Israeli dis-
engagement along the Suez front
and toward an early start on a
Svrian-Isracli disengagement.
FAHMI ASSURED Dr. Kissin-
ger that he had "good news" to
deliver to President Nixon, in-
cluding the early end to the Arab
oil embargo.
Pahmi's message was made pub-
lic at a luncheon given by Dr.
"Continued on Page 15-A
Kissinger Denies Calling
Faisal Religious Fanatic
Continued on Page 6A
Deny Rumor Jews Barring
Fulbright Reelection Drive
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
JTA Washington Bureau Chief
WASHINGTON (JTA) A rumor current here that Jewish
organizations may be seeking to prevent the reelection of Sen. J.
William Fulbright (D, Ark.) to a sixth term in November was de-
nounced by organization leaders as "absolutely untrue."
They emrhaized that Ful-
bright's political future is a de-
(-!-'>" of v>tprc ir> Arkansas.
HERMAN KDELSBERG, direc-
tor of the B'nai B'rith Interna-
tional Council, said. "Jewish or-
ganizations disagree with Sen.
Fulbright's interpretation of
America's national interests in
Middle East affairs.
"We are convinced that he tilts
Continued on Page 9-A
WASHINGTON CJTA)
A news report in the Washington
Post that Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger had described
King Faisal of Saudi Arabia as
a "religious fanatic" at a meet-
ing with seven Jewish writers
and Harvard professors more
than two months ago has been
branded untrue and inaccurate
by those who were there.
AT THE same time deep sus-
picion has arisen within part of
the Jewish leadership in New-
York and Washington that detail-
ed information about a private,
off-the-record meeting with Kis-
singer Dec. 6 at the State De-
partment was made available for
publication in Washington, long
after the gathering had been re-
ported in numerous journals, for
the purpose of embarrassing Kis-
singer on the eve of two major
international conferences directly
concerned with the Middle East
oil embargo, production cutbacks
and hoisted prices.
FOREIGN MINISTERS from
Western Europe, Canada and
Japan met in Washington in a
special 13-nation conference on
energy called by President Nixon
at which Kissinger presided.
On Feb. 14. the Arab oil-pro-
ducing nations met in Tripoli to
discuss the Washington parley
and their own course in which
King Faisal was the central fig-
ure.
Harvard Sociology Prof. Sey-
mour M. I.ipset. one of the par-
ticipants at the State Department
gathering, told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency that it is the
consensus of the people present
Continued on Page 2-A
JEWISH FLORIDIAN PUBLISHER BACK FROM EYE-WITNESS VIEW
Israel Spirit Depressed in Wake of War
By, FRED K. SHOCHET
Publisher. The Jewish Horidian
"The people of Israel lives."
Our Jewish forefathers sal I this
over and over again throughout
the history of their oppression.
Tyrants came, and tyrants went,
all of them making their usual
challenge to the survival of Juda-
ism.
Lives were lost. Mood flowed,
sacrifices were made, and always
the Jews rose up from the ashes
of what seemed to be their cer-
tain destruction to declare: "The
people of Israel lives."
That is something like the im-
pression I got on my trip to
Israel at the end of January and
into the first week of this month
'The people of Israel lives."
But this time the imoression
did not overwhelm me. I heard
no ring of defiance hurled into
the face of the latest tyrant to
plot Jewry's demise.
This time. I detected not tri-
umph over foiling the enemy but
a somber mood, a mocd of fa-
tigue if not exhaustion, a willing-
ness to compromise principle be-
yond anything one could have
imagined possible before the Yom
Kippur War, an almost pathetic
Continued on Page 11-A
BLEAK FUTURE
What Will
Happen To
Chile Jews?
By STANLEY CLINTON
London Chronicle Syndicate
The case of the seven Chilean
graduates who are seeking polit-
ical asylum in the United King-
dom has thrown into sharp per-
spective the real issues provoked
by the revolt of the military junta
in Chile during the autumn of
1973.
The fact that six of the seven
graduates are Jews or married
to Jews provides an additional
facet of interest and calls into
question the probity of the re-
gime in connection with its own
Jewish community and its rela-
tionship with Israel.
IN MARCH, 1972, as a member
of an all-party parliamentary del-
egation, I visited Chile, and, al-
though I had little opportunity to
meet members of the Jewish com-
munity, I had an interesting dis-
cussion with one of its leaders
and also with Moshe Tov, the Is-
raeli ambassador.
There were some 35.000 Jews
in Chile before Salvador Allende
was elected president in 1970.
Most of them were businessmen
or professionals and among the
President's supporters were a
number of leading Jewish poli-
ticians.
Several thousand Jews, fearing
the economic measures of a new
government, fled the country, but
at the time of my visit, and bas-
ing my information on the au-
thorities to whom I have already
referred, I was informed that
there was no anti-Semitism on the
part of the Popular Unity gov-
ernment.
Naturally, it was deeply regret-
Continued on Page 3.4,
SALVADOR ALLENDE '
support dwindled ^_J


Pf
Page EX"
fJenislh fkrSdtor
Friday. February 22
1974
Kissinger Denies He Called Faisal a Fanatic
Continued from Page 1-A
th.it Dr Kissinger did not make
the remark.
While the reported reference
to the Saudi Arabian4 mpnaroh,
was not made by Secretary Kis-
ginger, Lipset said, such words
may have been used by some
other person present.
Lipset, who made his comments
in a telephone interview initiated
by the JTA, also said that the
group as ;i whole never made a
report on the meeting nor has it
met again as a group since Dec.
6.
SOME OF those who had at-
tended wrote personal notes about
it from memorj Bfterwards and
mably circulated them to
friends, he said, but n
n tes at the I
no recorder was used.
The Washington Post In an
article by staff writer M
H r -r under an >ighl c ilumn
I
a to U.S. Jews Leaked in

recollec
-
I he sa 'i that
also calle IE
ile."
'nil. POST 1 eported tl !
?er had -
r broke out in the Mid
2-to 1 agi
his bringing another airlift into
being to aid [arael.
The Post, however, also said
that another participant had re-
called that Kissinger had put the
oddt 3-to 1.
Subsequently, the Post ran a
cornet ion. saying that Kissinger
had not said that the chances
were 2-to-l against another air-
lift but 3-tol another WOULD
be put into operation.
To compound matters, a
Me source told JTA thai the
Post's first 2-to-l version was
conect. and the correction was
wrong. ,. ..
UPSET WHO spoke with JTA
from his home in B.-lmont. MASS.,
said that he had read Post's
article and without entering on
a point-by-point discussion of it,
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Chile Jewry's Future Bleak
positions of power and concluded
that "the Chilean 'rotos" should
keep well in mind, for the final
reckoning not for vengeance,
but as a Doint of departure
Continued on Page 12-A
Continued from Page 1-A
ted that, at the United Nation-;,
the Allende government, like so
. many >thers. tjok a dedd
pro-Arab stand; but on a:;
mere intimate and perhap-
:' plane relations be-
tween Chile and Israel were ex-
cellent.
MOSHE TOV revealed how. at
the time of the Leningrad "Trials"
of 1970. Salvador Allende h;d
sent a telegram to the Soviet
leaders condemning the persecu-
tion, undoubtedly a courageous
action for a President who had
in his Cabinet a substantial num-
ber nf Communists taking the
. Moscow line.
Moreover. Israel had sent to
Chile a number of agricultural
experts to assist the program of
agrarian reform and this had ex-
cited an hysterical campaign of
abuse from the extreme right. As
(Allende himself observed, this
aid had been of immense im-
portance to the Chilean economy.
It was particularly noteworthy
that Israeli experts who worked
in the fields alongside agricul-
tural workers had established a
rery high reputation among
them, unlike so many western ex-
perts who in the past had re-
mained somewhat aloof.
WHY. THEN did the Allende
rernment vote against Israel at
United Nations" Unquestion-
ably, the foreign mini-
haw had a great deal to du wit*
. thjs arid, Allende is reported to
V have said. Israel is some 6 000
miles away, and my foreign minis-
ter is in Santiago."
As Tov told me. Allende's own
friend-hip for Israel was un-
doub'i.l Ir.deed. he had hoped
to vi- ii !-... I irins th<
of l0""! but the tragic events of
that t:;ne intervened and he died
or was -l.i n.
At the time of my visit there
was already the clearest oosslble
evidence that Chilean industrial-
ists, aided and ah-itu' by multi-
national companies and western
governments, were bent on sab-
otaging the very considerable
economic changes which the Al'
lende government was seeking to
implement.
THE WITHDRAWAL of inter
economic changes which the Al-
national and national technicians
from the essential copper mines
was a grave blow from which the
Chilean economy simply could
not recover. Unquestionably, there
was a substantial measure of eco-1
nomic inefficiency on the part of j
the government which compound-
ed the difficulties to which I
have referred.
Eventually, howrver, starved
of the international help upon
which previous Chilean govern-
ments depended and having in-
herited vast international debts
which they simply could not re-
pay, the economv fell into a
steep state of decline.
The military seized this oppor-
tunity to assume power and. de-
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Conflicting reports appear.
THE CHIEF rabbi of Chile an.
"no-unces that there is m official
outburst of ant St mitism and
some .' in of this was
provided by a recent report in
the London Jewish bronkle of
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provided by an editorial published
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This article, referred to "a cell
of Jewish and Communist extrac
tion which had come to laud it
over Chile in the infamous alli-
ance of the mtsnamed Popular '
Unity government. A sect, a cell
which has come to sully, and for
all time, the well-merited pres-
tige which so many clean men
of national Jewry had earned.
"In addition, this Jewish'Com-
munist cell sect and this sect
alone has hypocritically waged
an underhand racial war against ,
another colony of proven worth,
of enterprising, tireless workers
who have contributed immensely
to the welfare of Chile: the Arabs.
"And we have, in Chile, this |
cruel paradox unique in the whole
world: while the Jews are being
persecuted in the Soviet Union,
that is where there is anti-Jew-
ish Communism, in Chile we
have a Jewish Communism work-
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'tramps or vagabonds) "
THE ARTICLE suggested that
thee- Jews had seized important
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Friday, February 22, 13~4
Billion Dollar Bond Issue Opens Here
Gen. Dayan Expected
At Inaugural Confab
Allocation In
millions of dollars
Continued from Page 1 A
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Mar 2 The
a> all the other sessions of
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which had. bewi slowed down in
recent months due to the October
war and its aftermath.
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on represents the
loan in people have beer
provide in the histOf)
. Israel Rothterg declared that
it wa made necessar? bj
economy I
in Jiu. decisive year.
He emphasized that i \

be started :r. \*.
i : lsra< I this ; IT, WHch he
ibed as a >eax of rebuild-
ing Israel's economy rebuildir.r
-ed settlements and re
building the lives of tens of thou-
sand* of new immigru:
THE ISRAEL Bond chair
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A: no tiOM since the establish-
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but are also making every
and arc thei.
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nomic development tc be financed with -
ceecs torn the salt of r.r.v Israel Bond
LEADING COMEDIAN, PHILANTHROPIST, HUMANITARIAN
Alan Kins to be Featured at Dayan
D
inner
K ng. one of America': ..ners and Broadway
and m producer, will appeal at the is>74 International tn
Del '.-"'' Moshe Dayan
srael Satv 2. at the Font iu Hotel under the
- 4 tiu larael B nd Organization.
enci
I :974 can
if .i new

Loan n the
" Forid,
-
. : ec econoi
KIN4S, who has gi led a
ALAN KING
tation not only as j
mi
i
but il< i as a li ading phili
the Isra* I B ind i
He taken interest
n
-. the
.-
I-
an man> occai
fust,
aid of
Bonds. He is a 1
. Bonds,
IN ADDITION to his deep in
vorrement with Israel Bonds.
which has honored him on sev-
eral for his leadership
and dedicator., he has made
numerous appearances in beha'.f
Continued on Page 8-A
Israel's new International telecommunications satellite *
constructed a', a cost of Si J million with the aid of Israe.
Bones.
New Drive Launched
With Knesset's Okav
By action of the Knesset
Government of Israel has inau-
gurated an historic SI Billion Re-
Development
to be raied throi: Israel
Bond
The decision to embark on the
-t Bond e the es-
tablishment of the State was
dictated by the urgent need to
re Israel's war-shattered
economy and to relieve its hard-
pressed people of financial re-
sponsibility for the country's De-
velopment Bucget.
IX THE wake of the costliest
struggle in Us 25 years of in-
dependence. Israel must take
extraordinary measures to bring
about the recovery' of an economy
that was seriously disrupted by
the star
The people of Israel are mak-
ing voluntary additional sacrifices
over and above the regime ol
ition and austerity Im-
posed on them by the Gove-/i-
ment in its struggle to sustain a
Defense Budget that has more
than doubled since Oct. 6.
At the same time. Israel can-
not relax its efforts to ra
and e>tat>.isn on a sound eco-
nomic basis the substantial num-
ber of Jews who continue to ar-
rive on its shores from P.ussia
and other countries.
WHO COULD have predicted
that in Occober, 1973. the month
of the war. 4.000 Jews, the larg-
est monthly figure to date, would
Continued Page 8 A
Through irrigation financed with Israel Bond dollars, Is-
rael's agriculture now produces more than 75 per cent of
domestic food needs in addition to farm exports.


"I *
Friday, February 22, 1974
knUtFkrk/tnr
The State of Israel Bond Organization
Announces
1974 International
INAUGURAL DINNER
e
Marking the Launching of tli
One Billion Dollar
Reconstruction and Development Loan
Guest of Honor
MOSHE DAYAN
Minister of Defense of The State of Israel
Special Curst
ALAN KING
Saturday Evening, March 2, at 8:00
Fontainehleau Hotel
Miami Beach
Page 7-A
For Information, Phone or Write
Inaugural Conference Committee
Barcelona Hotel, 4th Floor
4343 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Telephone: 534-8311


7T
O-B
Page 8-A
* Jlf m Is? Meridian
Friday, February 22, 1974
New Drive Launched
With Knesset's Okay
Continued from i':iu>- 8- \
come to Israel from the Soviet
Union?
I ie Impact of the war on Is-
rael's economy was fell mosl
eve rely In reduced industrial pro-
duct!
approximately 50 per cent in pro-
ductivity in October.
Although the ceasefire went
into effect on Oct. 24. the large
call-up of reserves has removed
from 15 to 20 per cent of
its manpower from the labor
force. The resulting economic
slowdown caused a sharp drop in
the gross national product.
IN HUMAN terms and in eco-
nomic terms, the cost of the Oc-
tober war has been staggering.
l nless the .lews of the United
States and Canada respond
speedily and in the fullest meas-
ure to the new SI Billion Israel
Bond Loan, the heavy strain on
the economy may jeopardize the
struggle lor peace and cast a
shadow of doubt on Israel's fu-
ture.
The resurgence of Israel's econ-
omy, its industry and agricul-
ture, its commeice and trade
vital aspects of a viable and thriv-
ing national lifedepends on the
loan which Jews are being asked
to make through the immediate
purchase of Israel Bonds.
IX PRESENTING the draft bill
to the Knesset for the $1 Billion
Reconstruction and Development
Bond Issue. Finance Minister Pin-
chas Sapir declared that the Is-
rael Bond program has been re-
sponsible for "great achieve-
ments" in the growth and de-
velopment of the economy.
"During all the years of the
State. Bonds have consistently
mobilized tremendous amounts
for the Development Budget.
When one travels through the
land and sees our extensive eco-
nomic baseports, roads, tele-
phone network, and much, much
morein all of these. Bonds have
played the central role.
"IT IS doubtful that in the his-
tory of the world of nations there
has been any effort comparable
to the Bond program which has
succeeded in mobilizing loans in
such huge .sums.
"It is doubtful that there has
ever been a time when so many-
people lend money to a -tate
under terms in which the inter-
est paid is not measured only in
percentage points, but. first of
TV Comedian
King Due At
Inaugural Here
C on tinned from l'ajje 6-A
of the United Jewish Appeal and
the Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies throughout the country.
Among the special projects he
supports financially aie the Alan
King Scholarship Fund of the
American Friends of Hebrew
i iversity and the Alan King
Diagnostic Medical Center in
tali m, which was dedicated
la year.
He is a founder of the Nassau
County (N.Y I (inter for Emo-
tionally Disturbed Children and
of the National Jewish Hospital
at Denver,
THE NOTED performer has re-
ceived countless citations from
tups for his civic and
humanitarian effort-.
These inclu Ie an Honorary
Fellowship fr m Hebrew Univer-
iity, the Hall of Fame Award of
the Brooklyn Museum, the Gold
Medallion of the City of New
York, the J i it Theatrical Al-
liance Award, the Sulli\an-Con-
sidine Humanitarian Award for
his work in behalf of cancer re-
st r-ch. and the Friar's Alan of
the Year Award.
all, in the state's achie\ m tits
[." Sarir said.
Isra the funds
:'. IVv.-lopmcM Dud'tH
and thu plaj a decisive role in
th of the economy. Since
1951. 1-rac! Bonds have been a
pivotal factor in multiplying In-
trial production almost twelve
mes, from $390 million to $4.5
billion in 1972
IN THE same period, there has
been a comparable increase in
the yield of agriculture from S83
to S70O million while the coun-
try's total exports have far out
gtripped all other economic in-
dicators by registering a 30-fold
increase from S70 million to
more than S2.1 billion.
Two types of Bonds are avail-
able:
Fifteen Year Savings Bonds
from S250 to S10.000. At maturity
a SI.000 Savings Bond will pay
SI.800. or 180 per cent of the is-
sue amount.
Fifteen Year Coupon Bonds,
which pay 4 per cent intei est per
annum, start at S50 and go up to
S100.0 0.
After five years the F/mds may-
be converted into shares in an
authorized economic project in
Israel.
AT ANY time after purchase,
the Bonds can be used to defray
all hotel, food, and other ex-
penses in Israel for any tourist
visiting the country.
The State of Israel is com-
mitted to repurchase Bonds at
full face value plus accrued inter-
est on the death of the registered
owner.
Bonds may also be used for
contributions to any recognized
charity in the United States or
Israel.
Construction of new railway line is an im-
portant part oi Israel's economic reconstruc-
tion and development program being ft
r.cnced by Israel Bends.
Amon to be a Main Speaker
Ambassador Michael Amon.
president of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization, and former secretaty
of the Cabinet of Israel, will be
a principal speaker and partici-
pant at a special planning session
of the National Campaign Cabinet
of the I-rael Bond drive on Tues-
day. Feb. 26. at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel, it was announced by
Sam Rothberg, general chairman.
The event is being held in con-
junction with the 1974 Interna-
tional Inaugural Conference for
Israel Bonds, which next week-
end in Miami Beach will launch
the greatest campaign in history
AMBASSADO* AMHOH
to pr ivfde Israel with SI b i
in investment capital througl
MH of a nt M Reconstruction and
Deveh pnu nt Loan Issue of i- I
Bond--.
PROMINENT Je.vi>h Ie
from the I nited States and Can-
ada will meet with Ambassador
Amon and other National Cam-
paign Cabinet members to imp!e
ment a blueprint of action .n
their communities during 1974
which will ensure the luccesi !
this vear's Israel Bond drive.
Ie-ae', requires the full amount
of the $1 Billion Loan for eco-
Continired on Page 9-A
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Friday, February 22, 1974
*-Jenist Meridian
Page 9-A
Speaker Arnon is Bond Prexy

Grattmnd from page 8-A
norcic growth, industrial p;-
lion and the development I
jobs for immigrants from S
Russia and elsewh re,
Arnon. who was appo
hi- p. esent post in the i
! Organization by the X
al Campaign Cabinet eai iiei
year, was until recently a chiei
- >r to Prime Minister Gold*
Meir of Israel. He served as !-
Cabinet Secretary f >r fivi
>, a l, and prior to that was for
thiee years Israel's Consul Gen-
en i in New York.
IN A LONG and distinguished
diplomatic career, he also has
served as ambassador to Ghana
and as director of the Infoima
t;on Division of Israel's Ministry
for Foreign Affairs. A former
journalist and member of the
editorial staff of the Jerusalem
Post, he was for five years the
consul in charge of press and in-
formation at the Israel Embassy
in Washington. D.C. His first ap-
pointment abroad was as press
attache to the Embassy of Israel
in London.
Arnon, in additional to parti-
cipating in the National Cam-
paign Cabinet meeting, will speak
at a number of events which are
being held in advance of the Is-
rael Bond Inaugural Conference,
which will honor Defense Minis-
td Moshe Dayan at a Dinner of
ne Satu ... .
2.
' .i inner re
N>r < id I .:.' at
tainebl au Hotel on Feb.
'- i;a leadership reception for
m n and women r.om Michigan
who are wintering in iitth Flor-
ida, to be held at the home of
M an I Mrs. Abe Green. 135C
tya Dr.. Surfaide, Feb. 27:
and a leadership dinner for Fiiila-
dtlphians at the Fontair.ebleau
Hotel. Feb. 28.
OFFRLitS of the National
Campaign Cabinet, in addition to
Ruthberg. of Peoria. 111., are Ira
Guiiden. New York, chairman of
the board: Jack Weiler, New
York, national president. Prime
Minister*! Ciub; Col. Jacob M.
Arvey, Chicago, honorary chair-
man: Louis H. Boyar, Lo< Ange- i
les, hono;ary chairman: Julian B.
Venezky. Peoria. national chair-
man for Regions: Leonard Gold-
fine. Philadelphia, national cam- i
pa:gn cochairman; Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Miami, national cam- ;
paign cochahman: Dr. Seymour
Alpert, Washington, D.C. na-!
tional chairman. Medical Division !
Amnon Harness. Los Angeles,
chairman. International Corpora- j
tion Division: David Blumberg.
Knoxville, international presi- j
dent. B'nai B'rith; Allan Bronf-
man, Montreal, national presi
dent. Canada Israel Securities
Ltd.; Sol Chaiken. New V k
national chairman, Labor
Di\: ion.
SIDNEY 6RBEN, New Yo k
City, financial advisor to the
> of Israel: David Mager, New
Yo:k City, Nat.oral Kond cliair-
ma i, L.Z.'..: Sam Neaman, N
Yo k City, chairman. New York
Citj: A ii r K. Peerce, New York
City, chairman of National wom-
en's Division; Raymond P
man. Phil ideiphia, national chair-
man, Maior Cities. George Sha-
piro, r.o-ton. national chairman,
trustei S, and Rob.rt H. Smith,
Washington, D.C. national chair-
man. Institutional Sales.
IRA GUILDEN
Chairman, Board of Directors
JULIAN B. VtNUKY
National Chairman for Regions
Rumor Jews Barring
Fulbright Reelection
Continued from Page 1-A
sharply to the Arab side. But
none of the organizations is inter-
fering in any way in the Arkansas
state election because they be-
lieve that judgment on the rela-
tive merits of Sen. Fulbright and
his opponents is something that
the voters of Arkansas must make
for themselves."
HYMAN BOOKBINDER. Wash-
ington representative of the
American Jewish Committee,
said: "Sen. Fulbright has been a
controversial figure for many-
years. He has many backers, as
well as opponents.
"I am sure that Jews are in-
cluded in both groups. His stands
on Civil rights, defense and Is
rael have nirred strong feelings,
but I am completely satisfied
that there is no Jewish effort to
defeat Fulbright for reelection
-I am sure I would know if
there were. It would be wrong
| r such an effort to be organized.
Jewish agencies will remain
scrupulously neutral as they have
in other political camoaigns."
Fl'LBRIGHT. LONG severely
critical of Zionism and US gov-
tmmental aid to Israel, said only
two weeks ago on a television
program that Zionists arc trying
to oust him from the Senate
where he has served 30 years.
Some listeners felt his remark
was to provoke attacks on him
from Jewish leaders which his
backers could then flaunt to tra-
-.al'.v anti-Semitic extremists
as proof of Jewish animosity to-
ward > him.
The rumor may have sten
' n a new~ report Jan. 27 in the
mmercial
John Bennet of its bureau in
Little Rock.
BENNET REPORTED that for-
mer two-term Arkansas Gov. Sid-
ney McMath had talked with "a
long-time Jewish friend" whom
Bennet said he identified as Irv-
ing M. Engel about raising Jew-
ish campaign funds for Arkansas
Gov. Dale Bumpers for a race
against Fulbright.
Engel. a former chairman of
the American Jewish Committee,
practiced law in Alabama and is,
a friend of many political leaders.
The MoMath-Engel talk. Bennet
said, took place in New York.
The Commercial Appeal's re-
port also said that Fulbright sup-
porters "are concerned that Jew-
ish money is being sought on a
large scale to defeat him this]
vear."
It also reported that "Fulbright
supporters say Bumpers has dis-
patched emissaries to New York
City and Washington to solicit
Jewish campaign funds against
Fulbright "
ENGEL. IT said, has criticized
Fulbright's position on the Mid-
dle East conflict, noting that as
the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee chairman, Fulbright
had made two trips to the Middle
East, both to Arab countries and
not one to Israel.
It upset? me." the Commer-
cial Appeal quoted Engel as say
ing.
"1 thought he might have taken
both sides, but he has not done,
thai"'
According to the Commercial
V. ..... ; McMath is considering
hi for the Sen-
sea)
Boat Show Opens Friday
More than $50 million worth ol cerr-Motr.,-, begin-
igines, and marine equip- ning al 7 p.m.) on Friday; u a.m.
i :.t will be unveiled here Fridaj s turdai and Sunday: and 1 p.m.
ing at the 1974 Miami Inter- am| u/edne8day.
,ai Boat Show in the Miam, p ._ g) ,,
invention Center.
Lobert W. Gardner, president p.m ____________
of the MISBthe largest pul -- ; "
in ,he nation-aid that 'Kozablan' Opening March 8
about 535 national and toternation- y niusical
rms will be displaying boats The ail new
of ail types and sizes, large and K.;/:iblan i open tnaa>. .
small power plants, and just about March 3, in Wometcos Canb-Mi-
every marine-related accessory in ^ Bpach j^ i.Dadeland and
' nce- ,k i-'-iiandale Theatres.
Show hours are 7:30 p.m. (with H.uanuaie
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Page 10 A
+J*ni*r tkvkftor
Friday. February 22, 1974
TheBarnettSavers Club.
The dayyopjoin,webuyone
of (hcseBonds for you.
For some time,we at Barnett Bank
of Miami Beach have been saying that
we want your business for a lifetime.
Now we're proving it with a whole
new approach to Savings Certificates.
Here's how it works:
When you deposit in a Special One-
Year Savers Qub Certificate, we pay
you 5.9% simple interest. And we pay it
"up front" that is. the day you make
the deposit/Then we invest that interest
in your choice of Government Bonds:
State of Israel.U.S.SeriesE orUS.
Series H. (The Bonds are in your name.)
For example, say you deposit
$10,000 in a Special Certificate .We pay
you $590 interest the same day. by
giving you your choice of Bonds in the
closest denominationfln this case.S500.)
With the S90 remaining, we open
a Passbook Savings Account for you.
So, as a member of the new Barnett
Savers Qub.you're earning interest
three wavs: 1) The 5.9% Simple Interest
"Up Front'.' 2) The 5.13%yield from the
daily compoundi ng on your 5% Passbook
Account and 3)The Interest your Israeli
or US. Bond earns.
And all of these i nterest rates are
guaranteed for one full year.
Barnett Savers Club Memberships
are available for as little as$l,000or
as much as $99.000.You can buy as many
certificates as you like.
The Savers Qub is in addition
toouruTruth-In-Savings"Service,which
gives you advice in addition to the best
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And we're not just doing something
new for people who save with us.
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new Checking Account with us. you get
a free safe deposit box for one year.
Now. you've probably heard a lot of
offers from a lot of places here in Miami
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we don't think you've ever heard one that
made as much'sense as these do.
That's how a bank operates when it
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[Friday, February 22, 1974
1 fcnHt WkirndHi-nr
Page 11-A
THE PEOPLE LIVE-BUT NOT QUITE / THE SAME WAY AS BEFORE
Spirit of Israel Depresse ci in Wake of October War
Continued from Page 1-A
transformation from w!v-' ::<
surely the cockiness of the Is-
raeli to what is now his \ i <
for peace at juit about any \
I was part or ,i mission of the
American Association of English-
vish Newspapers invited on a
,-St-war inspection tour of Israel
by the United Jewish Appeal.
In the wake of the war. we had
heard many things. The m
was made up of long-time pro-
fessional journalists who had been
studying every available report
on the subject from the first
horrifying moment on Yom Ki;>
pur that the world learned of the
Arab invasion.
I think that none of us had
great expectations certainly
nothing like ;he electricity of tri-
umph we felt after the Juno,
1967 Six-Day War.
Still, the truth is that Israel
did turn the invaders hack. Aft.".
initial, staggering losses, Israel
not only halted tne invader, but
even mad" advances into the in-
vader's own territory.
If the Bar-Lev line was
breached and d;-t- >. i
Ml K. SHOCHtr
was the miraculous Is'ae'i
ing of the Suez Car-id and
drive into Egypt to counterbal
ance it.
And, in th nsrth, t! i
the heroic Israeli !tan
Golan Heights and the march on
Damascus.
For those who tend to M'i
about the "disa
forrrance of israel's armed force'
during the Yom Kippur v.'. i
there are in my opin I io m inj
of them. I never I re of -
BITTER OPPONENT OF ISRAEI
Qaddafi Rule Shows
Him to he Fanatic
By Special Report
NEW YORK li- f-'tir
years since he o\ t' Lib-
yan monarchy. Mu.imivar el-Qad-
dafi, the absolute ruler of that
oilricn State, has preached puri-
tanical M ''. I'' '" P.an"
Arab unity and populist social-
jt revolution.
At the same time, he been
the most biMer or i >
rael'- existence, has m
his l
sen" arms to revolutionari
ucli varied locales ha I,
Eri: i
pine-, lias been !'.< '
UTi: 'ing rone"- ions a
pri< from f:
nie
th i Aral
THIS PORTRAIT of the
of Lib: i's Re> ilu i inary
nmand Council as an austere,
fanatic, mercurial, sincere and
fty individual is drawn by
nuel Decalo, associate profes-
of potitical science at the
School for Social Research,
lone of the lead articles in the
ue of "Present Tense: Th
aazine of World Jewish At
|r-. which has just been pub
hed.
The quarterly, whose editor is
array Polner. is published by
|e American Jewish Committee.
Id is sponsored by its Berareen
Istitute of Foreign Policy Stud-
Is and Publications.
Tin his analysis Prof. Decalo
Bints out that Qaddafi's revolu-
ron has put Libya on a domestic
burse of "xenophobic fundamen-
Uism and radical social experi-
Bentation." In foreign affairs.
he author continues. Qaddafi to'-
kws a policy of "intransigent mil
lancv aimed at a renascence of
'dar-el-Islam' co-equal with
naior v.orld powers In terms of
trength, prestige and respect.
THE AUTI'.'.IR points out that
|n Qaddafi's attitude toward Is
rael. both these policies come t(-
gether. "He reacted to the hu
fcniiiating Arab defeat at the
lhands of Israel in 1967 as to a
(personal blow.
"It symbolized much more than
[Israel's overwhelming military
might. ... To him it under -
I scored the helplessness, decad-
ence and disunity of the Arab
world, which, he felt, had re-
sulted from misplaced values and
the dilution of spirit that ma-
t-rit>l!crn a"-' ~ "" -' '" I
obsessions had brought about."
To reform Libyan
dafi has demand -d and enforce 1
behavior that w I with
,i pure, orthodox I lamic i
Pi Dei alo ci ntinues \;'- >-
holic bevei i 'S are no I
an i wo
I
, -, I, m iii skirts bann I as :
Ul :: 01
tUt i.
"FOREIGNERS ARRIVING
Libya are barred enl
their passport
and ur
iar
.- i tent. 1
100 1 has 1
trodaci I :- revisions of
a detail d deci
en may be fl
Amputation of the arms of ha-
bitual thieves has also been au-
thor'zed"
ar.r itntol i "dr.g In r.\ '.
*~ \m t'l.-.*-*- that M (*:nk 3l
half a dozen nations the facs
i this earth with far great".
sources (not resourcefulness
I i Israel j tl I have sue
led with'n da; not hours
to le kin i of I rriMe Soviet
[ : m-engineer lanced and
s- lied a that Is I ha'.l id
;.. .id b: ok an 1 pur.i hed with
awesome military counterblows of
iwn.
No Israel's performance wa-
far fivm a "disappointment." On
: ontrary. it w i >ni-h
ing success [ivi tally, the
' -rr'ble disad ith which
it began
But the price she is new h?\ ing
to pay in human traaedy, eco-
nomic loss and emotional priva
'ion that
Add to this the international
I : deal mi n< it et I I once
again seek- to dei rive h i of her
victory, to giv the Arabs what
the Arab- could not achieve on
the field of battle an you have
all the elements that le pessi-
mistic cabled new- ( its from
correspondents in Israel had
warned us to expect.
But none of us expected to find
thefe elements on quite the leve'
of intensity that the UJA mi-
sion ultimately discovered them
for us to be. Nothing prepared
us fir quite the depth if nati mal
depression in sp rit that, in the
er 1. we saw for ourseh -
As so many time- in the past
wc flew to Israel on a luxury El
Al Jet. On our way, huh over
th Atlantic, we experienced the
sense of excitement in anticipa-
tion of our arrival that we had
v.s experienced before
There wa- nothing In a crowd "'
747 Jumbo Jet of 1 i peo
le in a haltholidav mood four
mission was only a fractional par!
.i the passenger l. t) to prepare
u- for the somber Israeli
phere in which wc would land.
But within h ur- of our ar-
rival, we were
fd by Ron: M<
-in for the V
fit-e.
And. before ws ha I e
,,; mission, by:
e President '" I"
hi' President's R 'id< ic .
ningly b iaut tul n >v W hil
H use" in Jerus '. m;
A" Du
n of the Jewish Ag
Menachtm E
the Opposition Liku 11
Netan > Lorch, secretary-
ral of the Knesset, Isi
Parliament:
Vosei A mosi. Minister of
Labor in Golds Me'r's last cabi
A mother helps her triple amputee son drink a cup ot tea
at a hcrpi e I wh hs ;s recuperating. H'r breve face, set
.n c: detei r'ces not reveral [ho fact that, in an-
other bed, is ctnoth -:c:i who has lest one arm and one eye.
not. and r
ol H
gi (i iv n into I i right at

i bet
tian i irees alo
\i- i up int
; e "Purj is Line v h \
still b"?
I betwei.....
-. and Kil' Rom. con
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Friday, February 22, 1974
IEO MINBLIN
Sen. Gurney Owes Florida an
Petitions Urge
Syrians To
ation Rei<>m PQW$
to my mind now not only because
n puts the lie to Watergate a:,
an administration "accident." not
only because it shows that the
President has been tradltionallj
inclined toward totalitarian meas
ures and powers when dealing
with the double-edged sword o>
his security preoccupations.
bit also because the cast
- leds light on the spectrum ot
extreme-right-wing support Otep-
Ira mustered.
For example, among h;s sup-
porters was Curtis Dal"s Liberty
I.obhv. Hoth Dall and the Liberty
Lobby figured prominently Oil
Capitol Hill as recently as last
September, when they conducted
a letter writing campaign to the
Senate Foreign Relations Com
mittee in opposition to the ap-
pointment of Henry Kissinger as
Secretary of state.
All of which in turn comes to
my mind now because of Sen. Ed
I limeys S350.000 slush fund. The
link is as follows:
BEGINNING IN 1986, the Lib
erty Lobby became an object oi
kbi Investigation when its corre-
sponding secretary, .lerome
Home, discovered that the or-
ganization was a Nazi front op
. ration,
H rial became clear to him was
that the real leader of the Lib
erty L ibby was not Curtis Dall
al all, bul Will! Carto, i b h'nd
.: I of Vdolf '; "
ler, who described Hitler's d
in World War n a "the defeat
of Europe and Am Tlca "
"How could we have been
blind?" Carlo has written. "Th
blame mu~t be laid at the
door of the international Jews."
IT IS the Carto bunch that
sponsored the ale of naprbiek
editions of "Imoerium," the
undbook of American Nazism
styled after "Mein Kampf."
Carlo's relationhiDs with other
extremists have been well-docu-
mented. On one occasion, writing
' i Robert B. Patterson, secretary
of the White Citizens Council of
Mississippi, he declared:
"Without the Negro, without1
the sympathy he can stir up in
hi.- behalf the revolution-
aries would be lost."
AND WHO. Carlo style, are the |
revolutionaries? "The strangest
of al! strange things brought
on by Jewish control of American
politic, concerns the alleged re-
cipients of buckets and bucket-'
of hypocritical Jewish ->'"
petty the American Negro
But if Boss Carto has been to
say the least outspoken, that doe-
not mean that henchman Dall is
merely a silent follower.
As far back as during the Ken
ncdy administration. Dall told r
Senate hearing that President
Kennedy's international tradt
policies' were really the policies:
of his "political bosses and men
tors the political Zionist plan-
ners for absolute rule via one
world government."
To "clarify" his position. Dall
explained: "This is the basil
group that created and financed
what is called communism, which
bores upward on organized Chris
tian society from the bottom."
DALL IS no shrinking violet,
either.
Then what is the link to Sen
Gurney?
In the 1969 campaign, many
select (meaning "properly" con-
servative) congressional candi
dates received financial support
By Special Report
Communal and civic organiza-
tions all over the United State,*
; have been called upon to support
' the national drive to obtain a
minimum of 100.000 signatures on
a petition to the United Nations
to use its good offices in securing
the names and ultimate release of
the Israel POW's now being held
captive by Syria.
The campaign is being conducted
I uture been Dim =-*- gsrss irt^'^
For Chile's Jews
Carto tee for the release of Israel:
POW's, representing the League I
Israeli Families of POW's ani
Contimiil from PiiRe 3-A
they should take the surnames
ending in 'vie' 'vich,' 'lemy.' -bon"
and some 50 more. There will be
a 'gnashing of tbe teeth' as we
have read in the Bible."
I am reliably informed that
this article is not an isolated one.
It has been appreciated, as in-
deed the article points out, that
Chile has a substantial Arab com
nuinity numbering perhaps
60.000 most of whom are of Syri-
an and Lebanese origin and en-
joying considerable wealth.
Most were implacable oppon-
ent- of Allende and were center-
ed i:i the naval city of Valparaiso,
which was considered to have
been the hub of right-wing and
militarist activity in opposition
to the Allende government.
FOR TEARS the Arab League,
with Its headquarters in Argen-
tina, endeavored to establish a
powerful base in Valparaiso and
Allende had stubbornly and suc-
cessfully resisted this.
What is to happen now? Wdl
the junta seek to placate the
Arabs. thN important section of
its supporters, by yielding to
their demand;0
We know that relations with
the Israeli government are far
from good. The courageous stand
of Moshe Tov in opening the
doors of the Israeli Embassy to
refugees in stark contrast, in-
cidentally, to the pusillanimous
and craven attitude of the Brit-
ish Foreign Office has not
exactly endeared him to the
junta, but it has certainly under-
lined the libertarian approach of
the Israelis to matters affecting
human dignity and freedom.
HISTORY EMPHASIZES that
the mere fact that some Jews,
however eminent, deny the ex-
istence of anti-Semitism on the
part of a totalitarian regime is
no guarantee that anti-Semitism
doe-; not exist
1 do not believe 'hat this could
be better exemplified than by
the protestations of the chief
rabbi of Moscow and other prom-
inent Jews in Russia.
We simply do not know what
will happen to Chilean Jews.
However, the auguries are not
good. What confidence can one
have In a regime as base and un-
caring for human rights as the
fascist junta has revealed itself
to be?
Appeal, another Willis
front organization.
AMONG THE recipients ol
checks signed by Carto was Sen MIAs.
Gurney, whose gift amounted to RABBI Kl'BIN R. Dobm, of
$2,500. Lawrence, NY., national chairman.
Far from repudiating Carto and explained that the petitions will
refusing the gift, Gurney said at be addressed to UN. Secretary
the time that "I find them (the Genera! Kurt Waldheim. and he
Liberty Lobby and its United will be asked to do all in his power
Congressional Appeal) to be con
servative Americans who have
to gel the Syrian government to
release the names of the Israeli
long been devoted to freedom and captives in its custody and allow
the preservation of our Constitu- the International Red Cross to visit
them.
Rabbi Dobin is urging all groups
interested in humane treatment of
prisoners of war to contact him
-o that a cooperative nationwide
im can be instituted. The
i .an Action commit tee has
manj types of material prepared
the pet non campaign and will
t u all aboul it before, and in end il to all interested groups.
Individuals are also invited to w
cure petition forms and get the:!1
friends to sign them. Free forms
tion."
These days. In seeking reelec
tion to the Senate. Gurney i*
arguing that he had nothing to
do with the S.350.000 slush fund
his aides gathered for him in the
1968 campaign.
BUT HE can't say that aboul
the Willis ('arto gift. He's been
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Censor N.Y. Broadcast Critical of Blacks
&
iURRAY ZUCKOFF
'A News Editor
ORK A sports broad
^criticized black basket
rs oh the Rochester Uni-
Hpam who last week boy
I game with Israel's Na-
Ka;kctball Team and con-
Khat the black players had
^o Arab pressure was
just hours before it was
been aired by radio sta-
AI-FM. a New York radio
uitained by listener sub-
is.
same station was the cen-
[controversy several years
fn it broadcast a poem by
|r-oid black student which
ndemned by Jewish or-
)ns for being anti-Sem
SPORTS broadcast was
J1..-1 Friday morning for
BM by Peter Heller, a
tt" unpaid -
the radio station wh >
- producer for ABC-TV
: airing that evi
15 to 7:30.
cism of the black ;
L si zment of the 15-min-
l im that included cont-
end views of other sport-
1C week. Several hour?
Heller was notified
'ire broadcast was can-
d that he was fired from
i on the radio station.
|l- -. whose book about for-
oxing champions. "In Thi-
:ias just been published
fcion and Schuster. Inc.. toid
. -h Tel( graphic Agency
|l> had anticipated trouble
Ithe radio station over thi-
.i-t "in view of WBAI'-
. liberal views" which
i r prompted it to kill
ler one of his broadcast-
Mined an interview with
Riggs.
fc.\T BROADCAST, he said.
because Riggs had ex-
'anti women'' view*
ihe opinion of WBAI
- ifficiently balanced wit*
k men views.
1st Friday. Heller said, he
..old that the latest broadcast
ted politics. "But," he
the JTA. "I didn't Introduce
I It had been introduced
. the black players decided
oycott the game. All I did
|to report it."
|rrv Cox. news director for
J-PM, told the JTA that
(Fridav's broadcast was can
Ki because Heller introduced
ent as "a personal conv
Gary, and we are not allowed
pr Federal Communications
nission (FCC) rules topre
j personal commentaries" un-
be radio station's current op-
ling guidelines.
ISKED BY JTA if the decision
(ismiss Heller, who had been
_ several weeks ago and had
kdcast several programs, cam"
pre or after last Friday's tap-
Cox hesitated for a few mo-
f\< then replied:
A'e didn't like his work, gen-
\\y." Heller, however, noted
h had been hired "to pre-
an over-all commentary
jier than a rehash or spot re-
ting about the week's sports
nN. and that's what I tried
In the cancelled broadcast, a
transcript of which was obtained
by the JTA, Heller noted that
the decision of one Mack player
to boycott the entire game ^nd
the decision of two other black
players to boycott the second
half was "a serious misguided ac-
tion bowing to anti-Semitic
Arab propaganda out of appar-
ent ignorance of the facts on
their part."
HE NOTED that the black play-
ers bowed to Arab propaganda
"because it's the in' thing among
some blacks to align themselves
with Arab guerrilla groups, and
against Israel. In doing so. they
conveniently closed their mind)
to some very cogent facts, like,
for instance, the decimation of
the Israeli Olvmpic team by Arab
terrorists in Munich."
Heller fated that the Israeli
basketball team's U.S. tour was
if an effort to raise funds
that "will be used to help rebuild
a viable Israeli Olympic team for
Montreal in two years."
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Continuing, Heller observed
that the black players also "chose
to ignore the incalculable finan-
cial help and technological assist-
ance and" training Israel has pro-
vided to the many merging black
African nations, and they appar-
ently forgot that it's the Arabs
who were the slave traders who
sold blacks into slavery in the
past and who still carry on a
slave trade in some parts of the
Arab world."
HE FURTHERMORE stated
that "it's apparently the radical-
chic, leftist-chic, revoluntionary-
Chic among a lot of misguided
people who think they're being
liberal to support Arab terrorists
instead of the progressive, demo-
cratic government of Israel. I
thing it's a hunch of hogwash.
These people ha\e the moral
spines of jellyfish."
IN DECEMBER, 1968 during
the struggle for community con-
trol df schools in New York be-
tween the black community and
the United Federal ion of Teach-
ers. WBAI-FM became the center
of a controversy when it broad-
cast a poem titled "Anti-Semi-
tism."
The poem was written bv a
15 year-old black student and ded-
icated to Albert Shanker, UFT
president.
Leslie Campbell, the student's
teacher in Oean Hill Browns
ville school district which was
the focal point in the community
control controversy, read the
poem on Julius Lester's WBAI-
FM program.
THE POEM began: "Hey, Jew-
boy with that yarmulka on your
head /You pale face Jew boy, I
wish you were dpad."
The last two lines of the poem
were: "I hated you Jew boy be-
cause your hang up was the
Torah' And my only hang up was
my color."
The tumultuous aftermath of
the reading was the filing of a
complaint to the FCC by the UFT
and demands by numerous Jew-
ish organizations that the sta
tions license be revoked or sus-
pended.
Berliner Heading
JWV Delegation
State Commander M. Jay Ber-
liner of Coral Gables will head the
Florida delegation to the mid-
winter meeting of the 4th, Region
of the Jewish War Vet the U.S.A. in Atlanta, Ga, Sun-
day.
Regional Commander Maurice
Weinman of Miami Beach an-
nounced that revisions in the con-
stitution and by-laws will be con-
sidered by delegates.
Also expected to attend the
meeting are Michael Schechter
and Irvin Steinberg, members of
JWV's National Executive Com-
mittee: Ainslee K. Ferdie. National
Commander; and James Stern a
member of the National Insurance
Committee.
Berliner will visit the VA Hos-
pitals in Gainesville and Lake City,
prior to the meeting in Atlanta.
While returning to Miami, he will
-too off in Tampa Monday to at-
tend a meeting of JWV's West
Coasl Action Committee, formed
recently to combat the rise of
anti-Semitism in that area of Flor-
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Hero Wages Anti-Dayan War \f^jt
JBRUSAl I v. (JTA) A one-man dem n for the resif-
nation cf Defens A Moshe Daj in I as turned i a mass rally.
Hundreds of pe/san including soldiers, students, profes
Knesset members and ordinarj citizens congregated around (Res
1 Mordechai Asnkenazi on a parking lot facing the Prime Minis-
ter's I oi Dayan.
A8HKENAZI WHO en
and leaving the Premier's office
ed bhi demonstrators. One
hem, Minister of C mmere'e
Gen. Haim Bar-Lev, former army
oi staff, was hesi-
fore going on
i&ions
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NORTH Eni' VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 17Z0 79th St. Causeway
North B.iy Village. Conservgt.vs.
Cantor Murray Vavneh. 12-A
the former
command te only Israeli
un.t on .'anal that did
no1 the 1
in th. Yom Kip-
pur \ I canned outside
the Premier's office Feb. 4.
!! suspended his protest dem-
onstrati m last week to undergo
minor Eurgery.
But he was back on the park-
ing lot with ills petitions later as
da t-ui't up into what ap-
peared to be the first major ex-
pression (f public sentiment
against Dayan.
rVshkenazi has told newsmen
that he holds Dayan personallv
lesponsibl'' for the military fail-
uies in the early days of the
Vura Rippur War in his capacity
of defense minister.
HE DISPLAYED several signs
Oi e. larei I ssed to Pre-
"a "Gran I-
ma. a Failing Defense Minister
ar.ii 803 Deai (children.'"
\"i !hi read, "If no one is re-
there is no responsi-
y."
C mt A manded ministerial responsibility
f<"- deeds and failures "as a pri-
mary principle in a democratic
society."
Among the hundreds who have
signed the petition so far are
soldiers on ieave from the Golan
Heights and the west bank of the
Suez Canal.
Many shook hi* hand and said.
"We are with vou "
One unidentified officer hand-
ed Asnkenazi a note saying, "To
Ca"t. Motti. with all respect."
MOST MINISTERS entering
HUH -' i:''I'' ''":: !'"thi!i ; '
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Feh. 24 Ch. 10. 0:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship H mr
Host: Rab'x Joseph Gorfinkel, Belli Moi
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Feb, 21 Ch 4. 8:30 a m. The First E3ti te
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Hast: Rev, I uther C. Pierce
Top:,'. "Th i H ilj Vear"
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Teriunah
'And th spoke unto Moses, saying, "speak unto
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THE SANCTUARY: Moses was commanded by God to make
a sanctuarv symbolizing His presence among the people, to be
constructed according to the pattern which He would show him.
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will offerings cf precious metals, fabrics, skins of various types,
woods, oil. -pices and incense a; well as precious stones. The
sanctuary oonsisted of an outer court to which all Israelis had ac-
cess, containing the altar of burnt-offerings and the brazen hver
for the use of the priests. There was also the tabernacle, which
was divided into two chambers. The outer chamber was called the
Holy Place, and only the priests could enter to perform their
sacred duties. Tne inner chamber was called the Holy of Holies,
and contained the ark, the most sacred article in the sanctuary.
The high priest alone entered once a year on the Day of Atone-
ment.
There is a complete listing of the physical structure of the
sanctuary, as well as the contents and furnishings in each area.
The court of the sanctuary was a roofless oblong enclosure. Th?
entrance, whieh was on the eastern side, was covered by em-
broidered linen curtains of blue, purple and scarlet. The taber-
nacle, situated in the western part of the court, was oblong in
shape and was divided into two chambers. The two sides were
enclosed by boards made of acacia wood overlaid with gold. The
ark in the Holy of Holies contained onlv the two tablets of stone
inscribed with the Ten Commandments. It was made of acacia
wood overlaid with pure gold both on the outside and inside, with
an ornamental rim around the edge of the upper surface. As it
had to be transported through the wilderness, two pairs of golden
rings were attached to either side of its base, through which poles
of aeacie. wood overlaid with gold were insert?d. The ark was
covered with a plate of solid gold screened by the wing; of two
chc'ubrm faring each other on each side.
THE TAftLE OF SHOWBREAD: An oblong table msd* of
l wood and ornamented with gold trim, it was furnished
w golden dishes, spoons, flagons and bowls. On this table were
di ayeri cakes of fine flour arranged in two rows. They were
I I rMth on the table each Sabbath by the priests-who then
at the old leaves within the sanetuary. symbolizing man's reli-
i God for his daily substance. The candlestick fash
Of one piece of pure gold. Three pairs of arms branched
(-1 its central stem, all curving un to the same leva] so that
termed straight line, it was decorated with
' knobs and flowers and the aosessories were all made of
liOg I imp tone-, for (rimming the v.ick and fire nan. to
I he burnt wicks away. This goMan Itenorafa also stood in
'. PI
fll'h CH'M NUSACH SEFARQ
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St., Ml.
mi Beach Orthodox. Rabbi Mop,
oecai Chaimoi'ita.
e
NORTH MIAMI BfACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1021
NE Miami Gardens Or. Conservative.
R.bbi Miltcn Schlinsky. Canter Ian
Alpern. 33
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONORRGA-
TION. S95 SW 67th Ave Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ber A'fn. 1
Prf< | tr
- ... I'eople shouted to him. m\ iat< pi
lon'1 lv afraid."
\- sai he would keep
ui a campfire and \ "-' -'"'":" '
::ien resume i! again. He said he ------
would go on a hunger strike and *%8tn,$g-Sm*& PsMtt
hoped that many others would. 2
Cant Ashkenaii Said he haS Of- BET A .T^risSO N. Kcnri.M ac.UDATH ACHImTm AVS. Hebrew
feretl to testify before the Judl- Dr. Miam.. Reform. Rabbi Her- Rei qicu, Community Center. 10259
BYrVy A?,maT Si N.E. 3rd .e_Orthodox. S3. A
BETH TORAH. 1061 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip.
acl.'t*. Cantor Ja:ob B. Mendelaon. M
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative Rabbi Victor P
/welling. Cartor Jack Lerner. SS
--------
SINAI (Temple). Of NORTH DADS)
18801 NE 2Znd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. ~antor Irving
Shulkea. ST
Friday S:S1 p.m. Kenneth J.
Sch warts, t-mpl<- president, will re-
port on his recant mission to Israel.
tlon
Barry Aitman. S
Yom Kippur War but so far has Friday 8:30 p.m An original mueical
not hppn invited rn ,h' Ueine, "Tl JewTata Contrlbu-
not ottn in\nea. ,|(l|1 ,(1 ,,. ,, uy uualcal Btaae"
HE SAID he planned the anti- *>" '" prMMttrf.______
Dayan demonstrations even beth davicj. tt:i sw Srd Are.
while the battle as jagin5 gmgn^^JQ uaaa.
around ni outpost last October, beth el. 500 sw *7ir, Ave. Ortho-
of Dayan. he said. -He is De- "o"- R"i M. rtethmaw. 6
fense Minister, and as such he beth kodesh. 1101 sw 12th Ave
must resign immediately. If we Mooern Traditional. Raor,; .*#* sha-
, "\ ,. piro. Cantor Leon Seoal Rev Alex
do not want SUCh things to nap Stahl. Rev Mendel Gutterman. 6
pen again we better start dean- J&- '- *2?tf %%*% tat. I am sermon: -For
ing ourselves from the top and "Brotherhood Week.1' Queai aoeaker. ,h' ",,k ___.___
not allow one to cover for the circuli Judar; Thomat i: Lee. Jr VKY LAKE synagogue 1151 ni
*E^ -' "3t njrujsssr R'tbi Ds.
Capt. Ashkenazi also expressed bat
the view that the next war i-
certain. Egypt is already prepar
ing the next war"
God's Kids
Are Bigots
ctm tikv. TS.form Qo?s Sun VOL'"G ISI.AfcL OF uriEATER Ml.
BET.H_T,KVA- l"eform> 9025 Son. AM| 9M N 171gf gt Ortn0d0X-
*et Dr #____ "" I Rabbi Zalman Koaaowaky. SI
.'ETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th ..... ......
St. Conatrvatlve. Rabbi Chariea iwaai GABII5
Rubel Cantor Seym^oi Hinkes. 8 JUDEA :Temple). 5550 Granada Blvd.
ay S:ir, p.m -i nker, Wayne Reforn- Rabbi Michael B. E aen-
Fariaa, i"h. 7 ter, who cov- att cantor Rita Shore *e
tretl Hi. i in pptll A'ai will talk Pi da; IE p.m Artial Vahum Arbel
expel uneg Shabbal "ill will luatrated 'all. on ,,.Iew-
-. y Bxpn
ISRAEL (TempleI OP CREaTER Ml- ?..voPA Temple" 44 Zamora Ave.
AMI. 1!7 NE 19th Zt. Reform. Rabbi Conaervative. Ralihi Maxwell A.
Joaeph R. Narot. :.1 Berger. Canto- Stanley Rich. 41
SURfSIDf
l."
ISRAELITE CENTeP. 3175 SW 25th
St. Corif-'vativs. Rabsi Paul J.
Bender. Carter Nath*n Parnasa. 11
NEW YORK The Anti-Def-
. "kiv.'-i League of B'nai B'rith
has added a new cfaai list
tne Children of God. an 0fc ^UrSl^'k^ oVKd T
Gimentai -, | |gl lUS Sect that Baron, cantor Ben.am^ Ben An. 13
riFERETH 'S-->c'-. t50C N. Miami
Ave Conaervat.>-e, Dacbi Mauri.
Klein. 14
I anti-Semitic and anti'
I direction. Th,- group has
b ini .. ation by the
New York State Attorney Gen zion iTemrl* f.ioo Miller Rd. Con.
eral's Charity Frauds Bureau. &nVrrS*HfimMi!'',*n sh""r1<6
According to Arnold Forstcr FYIdaj Sirrno'i "Trial 1
the ADL's associate director and K'":' '" <-" -:
a. counsel, the militant cuit vaii
has recently published and be .-, ""' v "
gun distributing sucn anti-Jew Uiir
HI Alt An
riFERETh jacob iTemple). 951 E.
4th Ave. C-neraii\;. Rabbi Na-
VOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
934^ Hj-d.nq Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
'an- D. Vine. Cantor Lr.bele
Levtne. BO
fORT lAUDfKDAlt
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). T'OO W
Oa-linn Park Blvd Rabbi Phil p A
LabOWitZ. Cantor Maurice Neu. 41
EMANU'Ck. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Bivrt. .Reform). Piahbl Arthur J.
Abraeia. Cintor Jerome Klement. 4S
P0MPAN0 BfACH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 8101
NW 9th St.
SMCLOM .Temple). i32 SE 11th Ava
Conservativ. R.hbi Morrit A. Skop
Cantor N jacov Renzer. f
ish and anti-Israel paniph ets 8!
The Arab Wall" and "Israel
Invaded."
HE SAID "The Arab Wall" it
"saturated with raw ant.-Semi
falsely describes the
United States as being "Jewish
controlled and Jewish-operated.'
and calls on God to "help the
Arabs" and "punish the Jews."
"Israel Invaded," Forster said
"is a pro-Arab. antiJewish. anti uYJ&}**lhJT2J3!jt- *****
HAUANDAU
than Znicndek 1S HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER,
Fnaaj v bI service for (Cnrtervat.ve). 416 NE 8th Ave,
he t........... g, Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz. Cantor
nion: II -... Jacob Dannaer 12
iiAoruuKui l.'\," '*, '" '" "..nor of I!r. iher-
NORTH MIAMI Month the nermor :\iV 1, "A
BETH MOSr>E CONGREGATION. 2225 N' Brotherhood M'u-day
NE 121st it. Corservative. Rabbi J,' '," "' Sermon; "Leaeon of the
MIAMI BfACH -" HOIlvWnnh
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave. -__.. ''OlfWOOD
Orthodox. Rabbi oheldon N. Ever 17 C(iR,Ar1^ SPRINGS HEBREW CON.
-------a------- GREGATION. Conservative. 3501
University Dr. Rabbi Max Waits. 44
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro.
18 BET.H EL "'"P'>. 1351 8. 14th Aye.
Heform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 48
colony" and says both B|^od^xC^b,^hXgS?? &l' ^J^'&-W*<
the United States Will axy. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. 19 '" ''i '" "", >"u'h 'uliur,- in Amer-
e^H3nRArHAEc'lemple'- W<- fflndS" "f Mr "nd "*
feraon Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi'
Israel tract which calls Israel an
American
Israel and
be destroyed by Russia and her
Arab allies."
Attorney General Louis J. Lef '
kowitz, after a 10-month investi-! bet
gation by the Charity Frauds
Bureau, said in an interim report
this week that action* of the
fuP v'SJhJUld "?* ^ Pntted BEhT rriUAM. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-'EMPLE BETh"ZSm". Cona.r.atlva
to be hidden behind the facade] 'JJ Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-I 310 SW Uni Ave.. Hollywood Rabbi
of religion they should come y ___.___ 5ar?y l?h0me0r'iina'''n*rrOch' ^aV
under the umbrella of state regu- beth yosepw chaim congr? '__ -----e-
OATION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A, Tf MPL,E SOLEL (L'berali. SiOfl
-_._.-------------- Sheridan St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Hob.
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION ert pra">- Cantor Michael Kyrr.
124 Washington Ave. Orthodix I v.-., *-------
Rabbi Oow Rozenwaia- 23 YOUNG ISRAEL of HOLLYWOOD
1 (Orthodox). S891 Stirling. Rd. St
lation and scrutiny." He accused
the Children of God of brainwash-
ing, forced membership, begging
and personality distortion and
said the group*is breaking state, c'^fi'ol*^0"""* CON-!' J"J"lav ";,.
-t,r j* MftSJs^rear ^Uam. crJSPZ .w ,Wh.,
FORSTER SAID the cult of EMANU.EL (TemDieTl7oi w.^m- Sf:i?rv,tJv; Rbt" Avrom Dr.ai.
am Koater. 4k
'"KS,M "* te CUlt Of EMANU-EL (Temp,.,. ,701 W.^ino-i cinto.-Ab'rVh.'
mostly under the 30-yeeK>Ids hos {"" Awe Conservative. Rabbi Irving AOraha
translated Us anti-Semitic and! Lehrm*n- CJ^;^ Adier. M HOMrJTMO
anti-Israel pamchlets into Span- HnBR^KAfAD MV 2* pine Tri H?tME.?JEAP Jewish center.
i'h for distribution throughout! Gro..P,h0dOX- """" Alexander I ^ NE 8h St Coo-rvativ.. .1
" "l^aaAVr^vvvvvy^Vvvy,
CANDLELI6HTNG TIMF
30 SHEVA- 6:58
28,
C.?u;GATl?N AN-NELL (Branch
of H-brew Academy). 7th St anil!
Meridian Ave. Orthodox. 25.A J
JAcvmP.,OH.E.N COMMUNITY
oH*HOUDE\.l^2^Va,ninaton Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
C.-li-io- Meyer Engel p.
KNE^FTi-i ISRAEL. 1415 Forlld Avi
Ort'-oH x_ Rabbi David Lehrtield I
Ca-to Abraham Salt. j, f
Latin America.
In November, he said, the
sect proclaimed its admiration
for Libyan dictator Col. Muam-
mnr el-Qaddafi.
"One of th> t"r"e members of
the Children of Ood who tried to
meet with add "; in Paris de
clared at that :-.> that the Lib-I MEinpH (Temple). 82075th st
yan delator, v! hn encouraged c '" ,!,w* Rhb' Mav-r Abram
and funded Arab torrorists to "or Nic0 Fe"""n-
murder innoo men, women
and ebildren 'speaks with the
voice of Cod Forster said.
MR. P0R9T1 on to Hy
"the 'l by any sec*
against nor racial
*******.
NFR TAMID 'Temple). ROth St inr
Water*.. Conservativ. I
.^AAAWJvVVVv
'..wiib. anjicaii-
TbfJ pipe U fpar,-J irt
cooperatiofl -.,, the Create*
~'o^ne Labuvitz. Cantor Ed
ward K'ein. ^ Miami Rajn,.,ICa'. A..... tation
: .-..-.'.
. .

OHE' SHALOM. 7055 Bon,.. Dr. Or [ ^"t^T" '' *" *"*""
thooox. Rbbi Phineas A. Weberm"- '*"'"'>? km
_______ sr RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
BE KS. 'WUVS& $ St%ZL zomor.0/
CONCRCQA1 AON trz CHAIM 15 Ccrol Gablei
44 Wjthlnoton Av
^mimmmmr- ,-r,...,m .mm-
fority of iik ought con-
dernn."


r,-February 22, 1974
* Jen i sit Fforffcftor
Page ISA
Syria Accord Seems on Way
Continued from Page 1 A
fltafer for the Arab dip'omati
l attended by Vice President and
Mrs. Gerald Ford.
Kissinger was more careful at
the luncheon than Fahmi, who
had remarked that after KUsin-
ger's return trom a trip to Mex-
ico he would "most probably
take a direct hand in the Syrian-
Israeli disengager.i.nt negjtia-
tions.
DR. KISSINGER would or.iy
say that "The major problem new
is to get the talks start H"' H ;
repeated this sentiment when :,
porters aaked him when he was
planning to go to Dam t c :-
"First we have to get a frame-
work established." the
.of State replied. '. -i i
recollectio/i of the trip he plan-
ned several weeks ago. which was
suddenly toceled.
F AH MIS ANNOl M FMEVT.
he said, cam' a< a
of the summit n<- i \rab
leaders in A'
plained, gave him the "mandal "
to bring the i
ident Nixon.
The Algier- summit
tended by the l.-adeis of A
Syria, Egypt and Sa idi
A gathering tin' :-ii-. 'bat
the oil embai > i
lifted.
Saudi Arabi'"; K-i_ !".
previously as lid
assent to an
following the
engagement an l :i
direction of a S\ ri.n, i-ia-.h dis-
engagement.
AT THE .iimmit. F'.:y ': in
President Anwar Sadat m
plain that he ronsi'lfiv the
American role a "pn-iti-.c" on.'
in achieving the di-wi augment
between his country and the Is-
raelis, and that ev.'iy sit.!; "o-i-
tive step America ma ; w "\ ''
matched by. a p:xiiive A !> >
This raised incr i i :
that the F "
drawal was acbi -vH :'> the ba>is
of much great', r mi\ .:
by the Unit< I St to- o-i I :
than even the nm-t i>c--.:\
observers are wi.li:v,
to.
IT RAISED additional specula-
tion that even greater pressures
are in the work- that W a< <;'. '. >i
will be appl.vmi! on Israi 1 to
achieve a S\ n m Israeli
drawal.
Damascus' n i-it'm:i i-
can b3 no pe.i v w'f-V. -' '.'".' I
Israel return- to h-r pro '.l>:i7
boundaries. This includes n tl
only Israeli ai!vnn<- made
Yom Kiojur War bn* al- t':'..
Golan Height- .:: .u-> |;
mon.
Israeli Prim'' Muii-tM- GoMi
Meir said, earlier la-t wee
that Israel will iv\er nive u > the
Heights. (See I'a.ge 2-A).
BUT IN-Lebanou, a n.w I.;b-
ane3e news mana/ine ha- r.-:>ort
ed that-the S\ri:in< are nu)vi:> :
Palestinian .u.irn-ilia ba-es 30
miles back oi b pi-1
fire line as a prelude t disen-
gagement.
Meanwhile, as of We ]- ^ir\
Premier Mei
a coalition o> n'.i>".i< Pago
5-A). Since her 21-day limit wai
up, speculation mounted that she
would call for new elections
rather than ask for a 21-day ex-
tension to try to form a new
government.
LATE TUESDAY, Defense
Minister Morhc Dayan announced
that he will not occupy a post in
any cabinet of any new govern-
ment formed. Gen. Dayan has
been under constant fire since
the Yom Kippur War. with many
critics blaming the "inconclu-
sive'' nature of the war on his
al'eged failure to apprise th>
country of the impending a
(See Page 14-A).
Vatican Changes Mind On
Status Of Jerusalem
NEW YORK (JTA) A
report that the press spokesman
for the Vatican I ild u news con-
ference at the Vatican last week
that the Vatican has dropped its
1947 portion calling for the in-
ternationalization of Jeru
was i in firmed he by B
! i Ian nbaum. dii eel if
interi' 'liglou* affair; ol the Amer-
ican Jewi ih Committee
!> IBBI TANEVBAUM ti I
Ji il raphli > "
he r : ed a 1
: i .'. an offic
the National Coi
i Bisho i onfii min
ress co i id b
and "pi the i the
Vtti an's a a:or hi I he is-
sue h 11 dm ma li
All >sandrini, the pre -
ma:.
i Tan "' tm sa
been infori i All >an Ini
said that the Vatican is now In-'
terested "in pursuing som
ment that will provide an
international statute or guaran-
tee far the holy places" in Jeru-
salem
i
Rabbi Tanenbarm said the clar-j
Ification w i- sign Ei
' ''.
-: ti-i tly fo 1 eve.: a ; ro-Arab
' .....A -. Vari o po ;
(.u mt'j i ir -!' n-
h Id by th i an I S r
[State."
THE nv.31 said thai
.
l : ni "has h-' '
bj hi {her an horitii i n \
can o m ike 1 tion
(inform with tl
i the V itica i wh ha in-
formed ii; thai thej d inter
a b e an I
untirrx ly."
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Uewish Floridian
United Fund's Board of Trustees
Changes Its Name To United Way
Miami, Florida Friday, February 22, 1974
Section B
AN ANALYSIS OF MIDDLE EAST SUMMITRY
'Good News' Was Good Story
By LEO MINDLIN
The story Monday that Egypt's
Foreign Minister Ismail Fahmi
would have 'good news" for Pres-
ident Nixon on Tuesday turned out
to be just that ... a story. (See
story, Page 1-A).
Fahmi appeared at a luncheon
in Washington hosted by Secretary
of State Henry Kissinger. Also at
the luncheon was Saudi Arabia's
Foreign Minister Omar Sakkaf
The "good news'' purportedly
was that the Israeli-Egyptian with-
drawal of forces along the Suez
Canal was about to be followed by
negotiations for an Israeli-Syrian
withdrawal in the north.
Referring to the 'mini-summit''
meeting in Algiers, where Egyp-
tian. Syrian, Algerian and Saudi
Arabian ministers met to discuss
the Middle East last week, Fahmi
hinted at the Kissinger luncheon
that Syria was prepared to nego-
tiate a withdrawal of forces and
that the Arabs were in turn pre-
pared to discuss an end to the
Arab oil embargo.
But Wednesday, the White House
reported that the meeting with
President Nixon was far from the
'good news" Fahmi had hinted at
Monday.
Saudi Arabia's Sakkaf charged
that America's hand in the Middle
East was one-sided. "We want.''
he said, "some of that $2.2 billion
in aid you are sending to the Is
raelis."
Sakkaf noted that "more and
more millions" of Arabs are "liv-
ing under tents" than ever before,
;?t no help.or consideration
from the I S. whatever.
Sakkafs Intentions were clear:
Among the many other issues In
i volved in Middle Eastern negotia-
i tions, there will be no end to the
oil embargo until the U.S. comes
up with financial aid for the peren-
'. nial Arab refugee problem.
What had obviously occurred in
Algiers was a new phase in the
successfully aggressive Arab move
; to win the war diplomatically that
it could not win militarily.
Egypt President Anwar Sadat's
role is to appear open to negotia
tion, compromise and peace, with
' seductive promises of help to put
an end to the oil embargo. This
has given him the advantage of 3
good military settlement brought
on by V.S. intervention ... re-
possession cf the Suez Canal and a
toehold in the Sinai Peninsula to
. the new line marking Israel's oc
| cupation of the peninsula at the
Gidi and Mitla Passes.
Syria and Saudi Arabia will
meanwhile hold out hope for an
end to the embargo based on a
suitable Israeli withdrawal in the
north at the Golan Heights.
To ward off Israel's firm an
nouncement that she will never
give up the Heights (see story,
Page 2-A). Sakkaf has added the
new condition for the end to the
embargo economic aid from
the U.S.
This is the growing impasse with
which Dr. Kissinger will be called
upon to deal as he shuttles between
Damascus and Jerusalem starting
next week in an Intermediary role
he said Monday was not yet on
the horizon.
Dr. Kissinger will have to ra
tionalize his peace-making effort
in the face of Sakkafs latest de-
ir.aini for U.S economic aid with
a strong oil policy statement Kis-
singer made last week.
In that statement, he warned
that should the Arabs refuse to
drop the oil embargo after Wash
ington had shown so much good
faith, the American people would
have to consider taking stern
measures against "clear Arab
blackmail."
What is Sakkafs demand for
U.S. aid if not blackmail ... a
reward for Arab alliances with the
Soviet Union and for turning the
world's economies into near-chaos
by using the vast Arab oil re-
sources for political advantage?
Meanwhile. Israel's governmen-
tal crisis continued Wednesday.
(See stories, Pages 1-A, 5-A). Gen
Moshe Dayan's announcement
Tuesday that he would not serve
in any further Israeli cabinet un-
der any circumstances was later
modified to read that he would
Continued on Page 11 B
Volunteers attending the United ,
Fund's i7th annual meeting learn- i
ed from the 1974 president, Alvah <
H. Chapman. Jr., that by decision
of the organization is changed to
the United Way of Dade County
effective immediately.
The name change does not alter '
any other aspect of the United '
Way organization, but was suggest-
ed by the board of trustees as a
comprehensive name more expres-1
sive ot the organization's diverse i
nature.
Presiding over the meeting at
the Doral Country Club was Ralph
Kenick, vice president and new-
director of WTV'J, Ch. 4. Retiring
from the board of directors was,
William L. Pallot. honorary chair-1
man of the board of Inter National
Bank of Miami and 1973 president
of the United Fund of Dade Coun-!
ty.
Frederick E. Roach, executive
i vice president of The Babcock
! Company, conducted the elections
for annual members, board of di- j
rectors, board of trustees and of-
ficers.
Those elected for the new year
include Thomas C. Wasmuth,
chairman of the board of Bur-
dine's. 1974 chairman of the
I United Way's board of trustees.
and Alvah H. Chapman, Jr., presi-
dent of The Miami Herald, 1974
; United Way president.
William A. Wynn. vice president
of the Development Division of the
National United Way. presented
an award to Jim Brown, vice presi-
dent of Florida's Sou'hein Bell
Telephone Company, who served
as 1973 general campaign chair-
man, for his outstanding service
to the Dade County community.
Awards of special recognition
were also given to County Man-
ager R. Kay Goode. Robert Macht
and William L. Pallot. for their
mil-landing leadership and serv-
ice to the community through B
United Fund.
Mrs. Yosef Tekoah Guest
At Palm Beach Reception
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Bobrtck
of Brookline. Mass, will host a
State of Israel Reception at their
Palm Beach home in behalf of Is-
rael Bonds Saturday evening. Fab.
23. Mrs. Yosef Tekoah. wife of the
Israeli Ambassador to the United
Nations, will be the honoree and
guest speaker.
The reception will be held in
conjunction with the International
Inaugural Conference of Israel
Bonds, in order to obtain economic
support for Israel.
Jewish Organization Leaders
Meet Mondav at Federation
A large number of presid,?nt>
and executive directors ot majoi
J wish organizations throughout
JACOB STEIN
the community will meet foi
luncheon at the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation Monday.
The meeting will aim to ]
strengthen a united effort for the <
continuing success of the 1974 :
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund.
As a result of Israel's urgent j
needs since the Day of Atone-
ment War, many organization?
I have been sponsoring independent .
fund raising efforts. For the bene
fit of the people of Israel as well
as for Jews throughout the world
'- it is essential that all efforts be
f '* united toward a common goal at |
* this time.
Scheduled to address the group
(N& is Jacob Stein, chairman of the
f Conference of Presidents of Major
\merican Jewish Organizations,
i d past president of the United
L -^m nagogues of America.
^K* o on the program will be
Yehuda Hellman. executive direc-
tor of the Conference of Presi-
Jents of Major American J
Organizations and one of Amer
iia's !o:eino-t authorities on the
le East.
Mr. Hellman has served as a
Middle East correspondent for
many publications. His personal
experiences include being arrested :
and imprisoned by the Arabs, and j
being charged with dispatching
unfavorara! releases. His deten-
tion by the Arabs has been the
subject of numerous articles in
major newspapers and magazines.
Mr. Hellman currently serves as
Secretary General .if the World
Conference of Jewish Organiza-
tions. His current position and his
IXtensive background have placed
him in the vanguard of the world
wide struggle for freedom for So-
viet Jews and for peace in the
Middle East.
IK.
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*Je#l Friday, February 22, 1974
Local Leaders Honorees at Israel Bond Functions
MR. and MRS. AHOi HAUIR
Affair Tcwers Brunch
To Fe?e Andy Havers
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Roney Plaza Dinner
Scheduled For March 9
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[arch 9. Mill
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South Dade Post
Elects Officers
\, 1 ihly meeting of the
rewish W Sou,n Dadc
Posl Mo. 778, the following offi-
cers were el cted: Aba Etsenman,
omman ler: Ah n Rose, enior
lce ( er: Arnoid Sovins
asd 1 :': '' Junior vice
ommandei 5. and Bei Clein I ub.
men were
v. isberg, refresh-
s : tichard Whit
I : iject in Israel
nk Gar;
.. vocate, and Sol
1 j quartermaster foi a
year.
Alvin Ri -v'. Char] Sim n and
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MR. end MRS. CHARUS KANTfR
Seacoast Towers North
Plans Night In Israel
M'.i.i,;i,t rowers North will b<-
the scene of a "Night in Israel"
Wcdne day hoaoiing Charles and
Rae Kanter and Benjamin ami
Gc i VVeinstein, recipients esect of
tl e State of Israel Bond.-. Scroll of
Hono..
The Kanters have been active in
the 1-rarl Bond- campaign and the
UJA for man> years, and partie-
iptte in man) Jewish communal
ana charittbjle 0 gamzaUons.
The W( instein both | a : presi-
dnu of FAi'.A. Inc., a fraternal
acd benevolent association in
native ine* York, have also piay d
an impo.tant roie in the Israel
Bond> campaign to strengthen Is
ratl's etonon y,
Ente:tainment at the S(
Xo:th "Ni-lit in Israel" will be
proved:.I by noted raconteur and
vocaii t Jack Hlllia d. Serving as
chairmen for the event are Harrj
Herman and Hy Rubin.
M*. and mS. BEN J AMIS W EINSTEIN
MR. and MRS. MORRIS KLEINMAN
ie Gi ,: Bond
Drganizal 1 ted.
and kit -. a, who
i:i be hono e.! at the Roney P.aza
.inner, have beer.
eive the State oJ '. .. 1
iwaid.
Life members of Temple Beth
lapaael, the :, 1 1'-. gj
been prominent in service and
. < 1 p for Israel and -;
comoHj i since b
ng tern:a::. .-. residents of Miami
twelve years ago. Members
ai B'rith, IRT, and Brandeis
Rudenbeigs served
the Roney P.uiu
' nd- dinner list year.
The Kleinman*, active partici-
pants in the Israel Bjnds cam-
are involved in almost
very type rjf sosial activity in the
Roney Plan 10-plex. They
I as coctuinoen uf .a-t year's
iinner.
New World' Is
Theme of March 5
Musical Program
The 7"l:p day. Uarch 6, bmj i
program in the series of cu I
venii by 1 e I. L.
v, iikm n's Circle School
. 'tv will p.m. in the !da
Fisher School Cafeteria, Miami
l>r. C air T. M.Elfresh will nar-
rate and share direction of the
program with John Swan. Both
ire members of FIU faculty. Par-
ucipwti in the program wii! in-
:lude the FIU Co.legiate Chorale
and Jazz En ei
The overall theme of the evening ,
>ill be "New World After open-
ing with the g is] \ow
I I"'. The ." soprano
Joyce Farb-r : a g.oup !
Yiddish songs, to-lowe-d by
"Fidd.er en the
and
ino '.U>
T.-e Chorale will do "Ye usha
layim" and the closing -.umber
cu* bj "jtovib tiaililah.'-'
Adrr.ission is free.
Fete Du Soleil
Feature Of CMlTs
Annual Luncheon
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Mrs. Hy Naftal, Region School
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The School of Engineering is in
the fir.-t rtagi of construction on
the grounds of the Hebrew Uni-
\ irsitj in Jerusalem and will train
highl) ski.led engineering tech-
, ians.
For ticket i-:fa:niation, call the
DRT office.
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David Pinski Oneg Shabbcs
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Jew Kun>! I'hea
Ci?r.d ano, will prese l
ram of humor and so-
, asavin, ...:,;:j:- an I r, wili
peak on the novel by Eii Shecht-
man, "On The Eve," winnei ,: thi
<\'\ i Men Award in Isiael
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and B-comptex vitamins Other minerals. All packed into these
tender little nuggets they'll nibble nght out of the box.
Keep plenty of Sunsweet Prunes on hard Tnen kve'i as tney
gobble up their vitamins. Just don't le: the) -e eating what's
"good for them."
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Friday.. February 22, 1974
Mmteft flrtidlrtr
Pace 3-B
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Shoemaker, Gittelson, Landau
'Education Day' Participants
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at 1 l. Monday
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d Jacob on,
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ami Bet apt< rited
Don S! ...;<:. i ditor of the Mi-
ami ] bam .). G
s< ;iate executive i i
ol the Central Agency for Jewish
Education; and Rabbi Sol Landau,
.i. '(;;(!< r ni Beth David Con-
.on. to be participant! in the
program.
Shoemaker, who was born in
'a!, has been ediior of the
Miami Herald since 1958, and if
D< director of the Miami Keraid
Publishing Co. He has been named
chairman of the Miami Committee
on Foreigl IttlatiOBB, and is co-
chairman, Florida Rcsion. of the
National Confer* nee ol Christians
and Jews.
Dr. Gittelscr graduate of City
College of New York has his B.A.
MA and PhD in Hebrew Educa-
tion, and is affiliated with the Na-
tional Council for Jewish Educa-
tion. He has written articles fcr
"Jewish Education," "Synagogue
School," and is editor of the 197C
Yearbook of Educators Assembl}
Rabbi Landau, president of the
RABBI SOt UHDAV
Southeastern Region of the Rab-
binical Assembly and of the Men-
ial Health Association of Dade
County, is coordinator fcr the Rab-
binical Association's TV Picgram
he "Still Small Voice." Hi has
received awards for nis work with
the Youth Advisory Boa'd Serv
! .ce; the City of Miami Mayor's and
Commissions Award and the Jcru-
salem Liberation Award from the
State of Israe! Bonds in :96fc.
Mrs. Augusta Mentz is president
ii the Miami Beach Charter ol
Hada^sah.
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Israel Programs
Week At Hiilel
Student Center
Isr Pri in Week." a mul-
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available for
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Feb. 21 friday, March :.
.: 8 p.m.
day recen
>n ian ( owan's Yi m
War Photo-
I An om]. -
: om Toronto, Can-
Sr. Cowan has four one-man
to his credit. lie ard hi?
Bertha, were on their third
' vi.-.ii to Isiae! when the war broke
out. He has the home
| front activity, 'calmness and con-
fidence amonc the people of Is
rael in those days of crisis" in
[ these photographs which will be
on display Utrat March 3.
Also featured Tuesday are con-
tinuous presentations of Israeli
folk dancing, music and films, spe-
cial Israeli delicacies and wine.
Wednesday features Israel Pro-
grams Night, to afford the op-
portunity to meet with Hanan
.-her director of the Israel Youth
Programs Office, Isr?el Shapiro,
regional dire?tor of the Israel
Aliyah Center, Inc. and special
guest speaker. Gideon Spiegel, di
rector of Overseas Study Program
at Tel-Aviv University who will
discuss life in Israel. Aliyah and
opportunities for Americans in Is-
rael. Israeli films, music, books
and displays will be featured
through March I.
Thursday night's special event is
Thi Lasting War. a documentary
:>n the latest Arab-Israi..
based on battlefield photographs
and eyewitness accounts and songs
with assorted Israeli featurettes.
\n Israeli RVBgfeft v.:.' be featured
on the Hillcl patio with live Israeli
entertainment and vefreshments.
A student Shabbat Dinner and
services highlight Friday evening.
Reservations must be made by
Wednesday. Call the Hiilel office
for information.
ORT Sponsoring
Tour of Israel
Leaving April 21
Immediately after the Yom Kip-
pur War. the Isiaeii Ministry of
Tourism requested the coopera-
tion o! the Jewish Community of
Miami in promoting the tourist
Industry and a! the same time Is-
rael's economy.
Women's American ORT. South-
eastern Region pledged its im-
mediate support, and in keeping
with its commitment is sponsor-
ing a 17 day tour known as "An
Appointment in Israel" via El Al
Airlines, round trip Miami-Israel-
London-Miami, leaving April 21.
returning May 8. with the finest
->f hotel accommodations in Tel
Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa, and a stay
it a Kibbutz.
Tour leaders are Mr. and Mrs.
Sydney Kronish. Mrs. Kronish is
chairman of the executive commit-
tee of the Southeastern Florida
Region. Mr. Kronish is executive
lirector of Temple Beth El, Holly-
wood.
ORT Schools will be on the
>enda with special receptions at
he schools and at the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem >'ieie the
ORT School of Engineering is un-
der construction.
Several colfee meet'ng' art
Manned and mass mailings have
iready reached over 5.000 families
i Dade County.
Anyone interested in the tuur
iy contact Mrs. Dianne Feinzig
ii call the ORT office.
Lt. Col. Arnold Simon Special
Guest At Cocktail fteeeption
Lt. Col, '
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:;id Bond
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raeli Dciensi F re. E irn in < an-
te was active in the Canadian
Young Judea Movement, and -
<< movement's president in
Montreal in 1947 and :W8
Following the estabiishmert of
the State of Israel. Co'.. Simon emi-
grated to the fledgling country as
a member of a pioneer group
which established Kibbutz Solelim.
This was the first Jewish -
ment in the Central Galilee, which j
:, midway between the Mediter-
ranean and the Golan Heights.
Serving as hosts for the Israel
Bonds cocktail reception arc Bill
Baros, South Dade chairman; Le m
ard Luria chairman of the Advis-
er.' Cw n R >b1 1.. !
cot- a*holo s,*on
general emPign cMrsiarn; GT
R, Gerson. ^ni K'1(h cochair-
man. and '.'-:'-- i in, Presi-
.: --,. Gi I Chapter
:'. tlM ^-.;. lub-
Denner Enterprises Names Greenman
Greeiiman Advertising
eiatc*, Im Hollywood, has
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'. veli of Patrician Towi -
L'08-umt luy.tvy conc.u
..;:.. P.:t::c:an Lakes i j W
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Dolls' At Dodtland Moil
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From 7fh Through 12fh grades-Scho/2rsf"'ps liable
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VOCATIONAL AND AGRICULTURAL H'GH SCHOOLS
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kvlll ox Sunday and
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cakes and cookies w.'.l be fee! ir ii
md then drill also be a snack bar.
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Friday, February 22, 1974
Histaclrut Reelects
Dr. Sol Stein
Dr. Sol Stein of New York was
, ed national president of the
brad Histadrul Foundation Mon-
.. j as the ninth annual interna-
i ..; Mid-Winter Conference of
i irganizatlon began at the Fon-
t. nebleau Hotel.
More than 1.260 delegates from
throughout the United states and
( iin the three-
< conclave, known this yi a a
i Hist; drul Economic Confi r
( fo Israel.
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[Founds
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Harold L. Salkind, Philadelphia,
and Frederick K. Simmons. LOS
Angeles.
Max Rothman of New York and
Beach was elected treas-
urer; Mnrry Kalik of New York
was elected secretary; and H. M
[Mi w York was elected
ativi dl 'ector.
At Monday nij '"'- in
Sher, Israel
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Miami Delegates
In New York City
Rabbi Max A. Lipschito, presi-
dent South Florida Council and
spiritual leader of Beth Torah
Congregation, and Mrs. Robert
president, Florida Woroens
Division American Jewish Con-
. are heading a Miami lele-
ration t" the national convention
in New York which started Sun-
day.
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Other members of the delega-
include Carlos Feldman, presi-
dent, Abraham J. Heachel ( hap-
ter; Mrs. Irving Kaplan, national
vice pr< sidont, Women's Division:
Mrs. Ruth Littman. president,
i Chapter; Mrs &
nt, Brandeis Cri I
\i s, Jeanne president,
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I -iam of Temple
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Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of
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lion and answer period to
i the ries on "The Chang-
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pan f the year-long tiibute to
1).. Lehrman's 30th anniversary
ritual leader of the c
on.
Emanuc] Mi ntz
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lecture by Rabbi
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the Governing Council of the
World Jewish Congress and -
as a non-governmental represents
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Friday, February 22, 1974
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Mrs. Martha Syme Visits Five
So. Florida Region ATS Chapu i>
i [ten Si k ii, i..( id
i SoWHH Fio | v.. fn
en's Divi '" i in Soi i tj
1i i !". .
I -. ,: ters Hi' thi
'i with Mrs. Martha Sy ne, na-
lor, V omt I.'.-
i
ing h r wi ek in t!i<' a
with leaders ;'.."('

ii giflfl, which .i i
' ..i'!i. \i Ired Glad
..:!; ianii, >|
Dad Mrs
A ^ I'.o.i ; Soutl
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. and ... Loui
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ted on ill" IjI-
(. happi Ti
i el Institul of I
i: ; intended the cl ap
foi i.. contributions they
made i ards studenl schol-
lps >' ribed th p a
thi' newest project. Medical
ing, and stressed the in;-
i tant role that the Technion
I in the Yom Kippur War.
Temple Beth Am
Spotlights Hole
(H Songwriter
Rabbi Bi A Baumj
taring the historical back
nd and narration ror a
i. the theme. 'The Jewish Con
tribution to th
troadwaj !
,il Sti
will b
id du
esFi
la: at 1
Beth An
sum-, whicl
will illuminat
the pr iminem i
nf Jews on th
Broadway musi
cal stage, will in
elude "Climb E\
ery Mountain." from "The Souni
of Music;" "You'll Never Wall
A', ine," from "Carousel;" 'Ok1
Man River," from "Showboat:"
'Over the Rainbow," from "The
Wizard of Oz;" "This Land ii
" from "Exodus," and s ing
'West side Story" and "Okla-
1, ima," all by Jewish songwriters
i mposers represented will in
Richard Rodgers, LeonaiV
1 '. ii. Harold Arlen and In
BerKn.
The Impetus of the Broadwa1
.Mil b traced to the Jewish
Theatre which developed on th'
East side of New York which i
where man] .lews settled whei
they immigrated to this country.
Rabbi Baumgard
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MRS. Mf.RlhA SYA1E
>he aNo urged all members to
ioin the Women's Division Toui
0 Israel in May to dedicate the
icdici I ichool.
Mizrachi Women
Chapters Meet
Business and Professional chap-
ter, Mlzr n, la brui
iffHc' o, 1003
Calal Dr Sunday at 10 a m. and
...ill go a a contingent at l p. n
to the Fontainebleau Hotel where
\merican Mix achi Women is
its ann lal eoi I i i
Ve d chapter u .11 meel Monday
i| 8 p.m. in the home of Elli n
Fritz, 17505 N'E 7th Cl I
Scl warz will d; mon- ate I i
ng o. terrariums, and some
trrai II be on sale with
..i pi i i enl p oce ds rei
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Kinnerct chapter honorary
March 5,
ii 8 p.m. at the First Federal, al
2750 SW 22nd St.
Retirees Meeting Tuesday
Retirees of New York Di
So (>r> will hold a regular monthly
ber hip mei ting diesdaj at i
p.m. in the American Savings
Bank, 1200 Lincoln Rd., Miami
Beach.
Helen Herman To Receive Atvard
At Auxiliary's Monthly Luncheon
iry Je me and Hospital for
the A D i Gardens, will
- n, mthl; 1 in< heon meeting
i i!'.. Delano H tel t\i
The honoree at :::i- n i I
Mrs. Helen Bern in She will be
ted with the w im n ol th?
Y >ax Awi rd" for
nd un Eforts in 1 ihalf of
he an
home over a period of many
Mrs, Sol S :. rm in hoi
t h i u
: el th
i'ii chal
has arrangi d for a
Drn'r.mi '. aturing vocalist Cath
prine Rusp11. accoi
niano bj Bett? DeWitl
Aliyah Month Observance
A lecture- lide program by
Hanan Sher titled Life In Ii
>ill be prest nt d al a meel
the Young Israel Sistei I
ice of "Al yah lonth
ij at 8:30 p.m. M M rton
tan i- program chair:.
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Friday, February 22, 1974
Among the activities ol the Greater Miami Jewish Women's
D vision is o weekly Ulpan (Hebrew language study
c unel spoi red by the Women's Division Education De-
partm.-nt. Together for a recent Ulpan session were 'left to
ngkl Mrs. Scl Landau, Women's Division education vice
; ident, Hebrew instructor Ziva Bar Navon, Mrs. Paul
Rich..:(-. and I -. Kenneth Schu rl i
Free Concert At
M.B. Auditorium
An intei rig
eerl will be went
Thursi
Be; h Auditoiii
ivii i h
than 10 vocalist : '
Chic! ester Psa -
[he Chorale

lly cf M ': '-
A
ions
. ntci: pa li" 5 S
The porti >n ol '! e
iture thi
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; t.tand
international ian -
>d pio jrami last year in Italy and I
they are scheduled again to .-;
at the National Music and D
Festival in Viei
This concert is provided fr
the public as .
v Chase Federal Savings
Loan Assoi iati in, and will ':-.1
u : : the Mian i
c ultu al Society. Dears wil
..: tj p.m.
The itouns hmUs u 3 and continuous dancing, mi
IfMHA Singles Chid) .in their 20's, 30's and 40's
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Fridcy, February 22, 1974
*,Jfei*#> fhridi^r
Paa= 7 ;
-'.rtured with Connecticut's Sen. Abraham Ribicoff, who
met last week with leaders of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation to discuss matters of key interest to the Jewish
community are Irving S. Norry and Leonard Wein, (left)
end Theodore Baumritter (right).
Sen. Ai lahcr.i Ribicoif (sected. right) met last week with
leaders c! the Greater Miami Jewish Federation for a dis-
cussion of matters cf concern to the Jewish community.
Seated with the senator is GMJF board member Arthur
Horowitz. Clifford Suchman (left) and GMJF board member
Norman Lirc-ff are standing.
Michael Shapiro BreakfasS l-uest
Michael II. Shaph soni r tr -: Aar rman,
, "; icad of I t 1 a Sha; c will be
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the unicorn is now open
south dados lines! spot
Gourmet Dining
Dancing to the Unique "Nigntmood
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Luncheon Starting at 11:30 a.m.
Late Night Dining-Open til 5 a.m.
. Backgammon and Other Activities in the
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lotel-motel, easily qualify ii as one
of the most complete of the larRe
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The 400 acre site is large enough
I., include all those day-to-day
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irom typical of most largo com-
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Situated right on the Dade-
Brow ard count) line, just east ol
a i i Race Course the commu-
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215th St, Countj Line Rd.) To
the wc-t is the 1 Tin npike;
rj is U.S. 441
ai d on the south, Snake
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Dad
Mi ml i'u. f v.....
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H M.B. Chamber
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I imm re for
a .
I as ->' ved as
ntal Affairs for the
I two years. Larry Karel, trade
1 -: S' Mi:--. de\ .'Inp. : :
Tiny Noboa, commercial bank:
;. Thompson, utility; Robert
Turchin, contractor-developer and
I win Zuckerman, developer, were
appointed for one-year term as
members of the board of govern-
-
Goldberg will name Chamber
esidents, treasurer and tins-
Ii on the executive committee
b lard ol g ivernors meeting
Monday at the chamber office.
Singer and musician Aris San
his trio will perform at the
Miami Beach Auditorium Sun-
day. March 31, at 8:30 p.m.
Shmuel Fershko is producing
and directing the concert, which
will also feature Israeli TV star
Moti Glladi and the Shalom
HWchsm Dancers
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Wonderful with children, good
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A mini-bus purchased to show prospsctivs buyers around
Fontainebleau Park, a 600-acre condominium community
near Miami, has become a valuable sales too!, responsib'o
for increased referrals and closings. As a frse shuttle bus
service to a major shopping center, the mini-bus i; ex-
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crisis woisens, according to Jim Ottesen, director of mwktt-
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tainebleau Park at 10 a.m., ncrn and 3 p.m. on requsst by
any rpsiden!. A 10-minute ride takes the pasoeng rj to a.id
from Midway Mall
MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
SAT. EVE. FEB. 23, 1974 8:00 P.M.
(Presenting
!rENOVJNED OPZRA STARi v
_. ^,^^>^ one Vy
Zimrah Ensemble
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SHMUil FERSHKO
Muikal Oiftctor
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MRT*C*STElLANOS
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Buses leave lor the show trom MIDWAY MALL. 7901 W^
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from the TOWER in DADELAND MALL on Kendall Dr.
Buses leave every 15 minutes for the show and return trip.
Buses start Frl., at 7:00 p.m. Sat. 4 Sun. at 11:00 a.m.
Last but leaves the show for Miami at 11:00 p.m.
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Friday, February 22, I974
Rosemary's nine
By ROSEMARY TURMAN
kC^WS&i ...
|Vi n Ij
1 er's ma riage to Burl Gibbs
al '. i stvieu on a Valentine's
1 :ii greeting
iavcn'1 seen since the
I. si I ngi r .'' -t.\ ity .
., daughter of Dr.
Harold and < arole liner. She
Wi ... rking at Jordan .Marsh as
stani to th personnel man-
11<..- d iii have an
< jgible son, Burt. And so, 1 j' e
1 mi d, in 1 Valentine's Day
v. a perfect time for a wed-
d
The mammoth Westview ball-
I -. via- bi.: iknl in hearts and
c Is and la< 1 and flowi rs...
And, Carole, who is renowned
decorating 1 she even does
II llj 1 did every last
1 I the decor...
Hill and Marilyn Rubin were
re a fti< nds, as well as being
Wendy's boss over at Jordan
And every doctor in Mi-
a s< i mi i! to be there...
S me recognized out of uni-
were Erwin Hoffman with
his wife Paula, Paul Furlong wilh
Estelle, Rollie and Helen
Kohen. Henry Lubow, Ronald
T.'ichner with Marcia, Robeit and
Bunny Jaffe. and pre-med Steph-
en I'nger, brother of the bride ...
All the Arkini were there:
Jules. Stanley, and Norman with
wives Sandy, Jill, and Rosalie ...
Found out there that Ronnie
and Ellie Ager were another
couple out in Aspen over the
holidays...
Chick Sweet and wife Audrey,
ferry Lou and Buster Silverman.
1 oi- and Jay Siegel. Howard and
Marilyn Ayres, Joe Rose (grand-
father of the bride), and Chick
Chaikin were all there ...
Nettie I'nger, mother of Har-
old, danced every dance and
looked as peppy as rvcr. It was
' an evening. The guest list
ed three generations and
that in itself was fun to see.
it & tf
Some skiers who just won't
< Diane and Dick Sepler, who
art with the Miami Ski Club in
Steamboat, Colo.. Helen and Dick
Morton who go skiing once a
month, this time to Aspen where
the Richard Raskins are staving
It- three weeks...
Over in Snowmass will be Hugh
Led! li on on. S
she won I ski.

- to Jeyt Som-
berg who nal
( ij for CJA. This is Joyce's
second stint
Arthur Horowitz pulled off
quite a feal bj getting Abraham
Ribicoff to fly into Miami to
speak to a select group of CJA
leaders about everything from
Israel to Henry Kissinger to will
Nixon resign ...
Those who attended the talk
-til! talking about it. Un-
foitunately, none of it was for
publication, so find a friend who
here.
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Not everyoni kling. Bill
and .Maitlia Cohan were in Pans
the Februarj fashion show.
What else can he dc, now that
daylight savings time prevents
Bonnie Plait Engaged To Bruce Gaines
Dr of 19931 SB
. 8! 1 m< nt and
- in of Mr. and
1
The future bride 1 ted from Miami Nor-
..,; g 10I She earned an A.A. d
at Fairli ; ison Uni-
. and -: luat -;. 1 im laude, from the Uni-
ami with a B.A. degree in psychol-
si,., is vice president of the East Coast Dis-
,)f ilu Dental Hygiene Society.
The bridegroom-to-he graduated from Cocoa
Beach High School, and received a B.A. degree in
advertising from the University of South Flor-
da. He was founder and served as president of
he Advertising Federation of the University of
South Florida and is now a vice president of an
idvertising firm.
BRUCE I. GAINES and BONNIE E. PLATT
Helene Mermelstein Modeling Course Free Bus Service Provided
To Wed J. I. Davis. Jr. pQr rj[eens (tf .laughter. Helene. to Joseph 1
him from playing his early moi-n- Davis Jr son of Mr and Mr8,
nig golf at Kings Bay? j h ,)avj 720 NE 101 st.
A I
The bride-elect graduated from
Florida International University
and is presently a special educa-
tion teacher in Culter Ridge.
Mr. and Mrs. David Mermelstein.
J121 s\v 66th Terr., are an- The Teen Department of the YM-
nouncing the engagement of their YWHA is offering a new begin-
ning modeling course for teens and
adults The course, under the ex-
One of the nicest things that
happened this past week was
Celeste Holm's talk before a very
small group of active members of
the .Miami Mental Health Asso-
ciation. Ms. Holm was national
chairman of the Mental Health
Association, and as a board mem
ber now she makes a point of
visiting the local organizations ...
She talked informally about her
extraordinary family and the love
and acceptance she had as a
child, and then about her exper-
iences with rejection as an adoles-
cent and an actress ...
The future bridegroom
graduated from the University of
Florida and Stetson Law School.
He is currently practicing law in
Ft. Lauderdale.
100 Lincoln Rd. Residents
To Hold Breakfast Meeting
The residents of 100 Lincoln Rd.
will hold their annual meeting and
breakfast Sunday, giving each and
Her interest in mental health 1 every one an opportunity to ex-
stems from her woik with the prcss his personal commitment to
Stage Door Canteen and her role jtwish survival through a con
in "Snake Pit." She's quite a ; tribution to the 1974 Combined
woman, and what I want to know : Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergencv
is how come I'm getting older, : pun(j
and she hasn't aged one bit.
*'~ & ft ^am Pascoe- wno nas devoted
many years to the continued weil-
ft
Sounds like a great party
Julian and Mary Norma Weinkle
are planning for Esther and Carl
Weinkle's 50th wedding anniver-
sary. It will be at Mary Norma
and Julian's home, which is so
far away from most of the
Weinkle's Beach friends that they
will be transported on a chartered
bus to the soiree. What with the
gas shortage, that seems like a
particularly considerate move.
Final preparations for the 1974 Labor Zionist Alliance-Pio-
r.ser Women Israel Dinner of State, to be held Sunday at
the Fontainebleau Hotel with humorist Joey Russell as spe-
cial guest, heve been completed. Pictured at a recent com-
mittee meeting are (from left) Joseph P. Zuckerman, cochair-
rr.cn; Ruth and Jack S. Popick, who will be honored at the
annual Israel Bonds dinner; Mrs. Milton Green, dinner
chairman, and Moe Levin cochaiiman. Dr. Leon Kronish is
honorary chairman; Mayshie Friedberg is serving as hon-
orary cochairman of the event, which is being held in con-
junction with the 1974 International Israel Bonds Inaugural
ference.
being of Israel and all the Jewish
people, will be honored as a spe-
cial guest at the event, which is
being held under the leadership
of Nat Friedman, chairman, and
Mrs. Ida Cooper, cochairman.
Byron.
Big Week For Racing Fans
Ihis was as big week tor racing
fans at Gulfstream Park, with
three major stakes luring the best
names in thoroughbred racing.
Leading off the week was Mon-
day's $30,000 Bonnie Miss Stakes
for three year-old fillies. On Wed-
nesday it was the S65.000 Fountain
of Youth Stakes for three-year-
olds pointing toward the $200,000
Florida Derby. Saturday Gulf-
stream fans will be treated to the
SI50,000 Gulfstream Park Handi-
cap, bringing back Lazy F Ranch's
Forego and Darby Dan Farm's
Truce Knight, who staged one of
the great finishes in racing history
in the recent Donn Handicap.
ANTIQUE
FURNITURE
"ictures, Stained Glass, Wtd., Thur.,
Friday, and Sat. 10:00 4:30 P.M.
2J34 Tyler Street, Hollywood.
SOCIAL
ACTIVITIES
DIRECTOR
Part-time, to organize & implement
programs such as dramatics, arts
t crafts, Yoga, etc. Call 949-5497.
Fn e park-ride si" vice foi
Miami International Boat S
Feb. 22-27 at the Miami IV
Convention ("enter will be
pert guidance of Norm 1 Bryan, of I'ided in three separate areas
fers a complete method of getting Dad.' County according to
to know one's potential through
modeling, grooming and health
techniques.
The course will be held at the
W" 'Y,' 8500 SW 8th St.. Wednesdavs
from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. and Thurs-
days from 7 to 9 p.m.
Rogers, executive manager of I
largest public boat show in tl,
United states.
Classic House in North Dad.
Midway Mall in West Dade. and
Dadeland in South Dade will bi
The fee for the six week course Ine terminals for the free park
is S20 each individual or $35 for ride buses which will leave every
two members from the same fam- IS minutes, and provide round-
'ly. For further information and 'rip. air conditioned rides to and
registration, call Hareen Bertisch from the Miami Beach Convention
at the Teen Department. (enter.
A Sparkling Mew Star1
On The Antiguan Horizon
A Special Travel Report by diving, water skiing and power
Ellen Jacobsen prepared exclu- boating are also offered, and
sively for The Jewish Floridian. landlubbers can have their day
When describing a vacation enjoying tennis, pitch-and-putt
spot, this traveler often finds golf, horseback riding, ping
the word -memorable'' to be pong and shuffleboard.
overused and undeserved. How-
ever, after a recent stay at the s'"> and surf and the gentle
newly opened Halcyon Cove on trade winds invariably made a
Antigua, all the best adjectives person eager to dine! And what
and adverbs come into play. It 'lining! The Panorama Restau-
is truly a memorable resort. rant. perched on the hillside and
and one I plan to visit often! reached by a "hill ovator" cable
One of my special memories c:,r- features the finest of Amer-
is the sheer beauty of the set- '<"i,n- European and taste-temp'
ting. As I basked on the com- in" island cuisine. Fresh bread.
fortably soft and clean beach of rolls and pastries come right
the Cove, gazing out on to the fro"i the oven to you. and really
Dickenson Bay of Admiral Ho- set up the taste-buds for the
ratio Nelson, time and nature gourmet treats tint follow.
seemed in perfect harmony. There's also the Warri Res
fuming the other way. one taurant and Pier B*r, set on a
could take in the modern re- breeze-kissed pier extending
sort itself, set among tropical out into the bay. It specialize-
Joliage. and the green hillside in delicious steak and lobster
tkii 1 ,- ,. dinners and is a popular place
The Halcyon < ove's 104 rooms for luncheon and snacks. Nighl
are conveniently situated fust ly entertainment 'at the Pane
a short stroll from the beach rama Restaurant) is sparked by
and the intrigulngly curved live band-, floor shows, steel
Rimming pool The room,, of. bands and fashion shows
ferins furniture of native rattan
are delightfully cool and afford Perhaps one can best explain
panoramic views of the bay. In !,1(' success "f 'he Halcyon Covi
cid.ntaly. a nature lover must ')V (''''n- management's atten
have named each of the living '' '" '" detail: telephones ui the
areas from Parakeet to Pel onw full width sliding
can. Weaver lo Woodpecker, ''"~ '' ors !"v 8ea H'w'"3
Honej ......er to Hummingbird :! c0*rful '',"'' Jetney bus to
fmy favorite)!.
Several hours of pleasant
mini-sailboating on the bay
w?rc followed by a snorkelimi
eiipedition. Because the bay is
crystal clear and protected from
the open sea by
coral reef, the
mplement the "hill-ovitor'
vine lists with actual la-
bels instead of printed names
and so much more.
(if course, there comes the
:.....oing home. But. like
an off.hire Christopher Columbus, you
"in of An- probably won't depart without
marine l.r;. can easj,y f,M pnm,w ^ rt,|r
seen and er.j ,yed. Scuba -he very first chance!
For complete packages to Halcyon Hold in
Antigua and St. Lucia call 371-6301 in Miami


Tridcy, February 22, 1974
+Mnlst ncrMfur
Page 9-B
Roberta Slat r And
Ira Silver Ensa^ed
N.J. :... e .. meed
H i I i Ira S -.
The futur br d -gracn si ; m;-
' : R.S.1 of 713 SW 2 : : ,mj
ie bride-elect earned
University of Maryland i !(.i,.
i: mentary school in 1 : Sys-
[n Morristown.
Silver attended the Universitj of G orgia in
Vthens for several years and earned a BA de-
at George Washington i versitj He is now
nding Cumberland School of Law, Birming-
Ala. He is a m?mbt: oi Tau Bpsilon Phi
. nity.
ROBERTA 51ATER
Margaret Raehelson. Lonnie Seiavitch
United In Sunday Morning Ceremony
\ n i the Du- 1
ponl PI iza Hoi Feb. 17, I
h !
--ii and Lonnie e \\ iti h Rah
r w id 'I B iroi I dated at I
! I a in. nuptials, and a r< ei ption in
honor of the newlyweds followed
Par ml i of the c mpl i are Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Rein, 7480 S\V
i25th St., and Mi ar I Mr Charle
Seiavitch, 2200 SW 32nd Ct.
Attending the bride and brid -
gri om at the wedding were Ellen
R in, maid of honor. Sharon Seia- '
1 vitch and Mrs. Nancy Kelley, .
: bridesmaids. Steven Seiavitch was
best man and Jerry Rein and Bruce
I Kein uhered.
The new Mrs Seiavitch is a grad-
uate of Miami Beach Senior Hinh
School and the Mount Sinai Medi-
al Center School of Practica'
Nursing, she is currently attend
ng Miami Dade Community Col
I >ge.
Rep. BUI Giuiter A Candidate For I S. Senate
inter, who as t1 -cti I i
L'nited States Congress in 1372.
renting Central Florida's new
i ongi isaional Disti ict. ha*
(! that he is a candidate
United Slates Senate
n his seme; in Congress,
39, calls attention to the
that "I have dealt extensive'/
problenw rehted to the en-
crisis, aerospace, conserva
agriculture and the consim-
( by virtue of experience on the
Energy and Manned Space Fliaht
r.mittees of the House Sci-
and Astronautics Committee.
and on the Forests and the Live-
and Grains subcommittees
I >f the House Agriculture Commit-
' i
Elected to the State Senate in
1906, Gunter was successively
lected by "overwhelming margins"
throughout his district. Of his work
in the State Senate. Gunter states
"1 have been instrumental in pro-
! motion of Florida's 'government
in the sunshine' h'v. in advocat'""
measures of benefit to senior citi-
zens, in drafting agricultural leg-
islation and programs of assistance
to education.
Among awards Gunter has gar-
nered was his election by the State
Jaycees as one of Florida's "Five
Outstanding Young Men'' at the
Dr. J, Trunk Is Yivo Forum Guest
The annual banquet of the Yivo I
Forum is scheduled for Sunday at j
in the Barcelona Hotel,
program will feature guest
>[t;.kir. Dr. J. Trunk, archivist at I
Yivo Center in New York, who
talk on "The Current Philoso-
1 \\ e! the Jewish People."
Sarah and Chaim Fershko will
t a musical program.
::( day at 8 p.m.. at Tempi"
Beth Sholom, the Foium will hear1
a talk by l-rael Steinbaum.
pedagogue, formerly on the faculty
ill the Jewish Seminarv in New


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Golda Meir Chapter Meeting
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ngton Federal. 1234 Wash-
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Fridav, February 22. 1974
npen
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Hillel Students' Premiere Of 'Kazablan' To
Be Sponsored Bv AJCongress
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16. thn
Aathi
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i [iami B< ...li Audi-
i m over V XT\
National television pi
Dcanii James will hosl the show;
i, producer Rob Andei n
i gatheiing national and local
I. di for the extravagama.
ft
Flo ida"s Secretary of state,
Kfchard Stone, will address com-
bjned meetings of the Dade
i .-;. ibrarj Association and
i |i c iunt; Mi dia >;;i
|gt{ 0 p.m. Monday at
l .
Opt. Alvin p! Rldgway,
,. n oi the Miami
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Kion iid, | >'< i!
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The Crime Commission of
(,: a Miami is I ng for
more volunti ers 1 onal-
ly recognized Court Observer
Program. Men and womi n are
needed in bo;h Juvenile Court
and Criminal Court to assume
various duties such as observing
courtroom procedures and mak-
ing reports, relieving pi ibation
officers of their courtroom
duties and contacting witnessi -
before thej are to ap-
pear in (
Suri '"(|
Town P anner, Morton L. Fi ih-
man, is |-. hitectural
and
Associate I! gistered in
i ; btati s. A
Fish-
Speech Tested
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nt T. thi!
h
md Sou Broward
. offers a ; r >ad spec
tnim spe ch rehabi'itation pro-
ildren to adults with
var> ns speech, language and hear
in--' d l'-
To heln serve the needs of the
lunitic. they are contracted
to Doctor's Hospital in Hollywood.
Gold Coast Home Health Services
Visiting Nurse Associations of
Broward and Dade. Unicftre Hnmn
Health Services, and Florida Home
Health Services. Inc.
Hillel. which lias been providing
ts families with convenient test
iig for hearing, seeing and now
ng, has 145 students from
B<.....h to Tamarac. Th"
pr entl I at 2!2S
ne Blvd. North Miami
i, with Rabbi D < Bidnick
pal.
Micl ck s presidenl
1 Marshall B
live lirecl r.
Irving A.
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i ( laude an Mil-
< Pepper y years
i
Jacob Jacobs To
Star In Yiddish
Vaudeville Show
Brandt Cinema Theatre, Miami
i thi oi Lginal "Home of Yid-
d American Vaudeville'' will
I nt tne one and only Jacob
.i ts new vaudeville revue
this Friday.
... America's fore-
mosl sh compos-
i lian will pri senl
I i dj act, He
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J "Anna Lucasta and
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s is a
I t heart" ami
full of exaltation. Recently the
b of New York
awarded him the "certificate of
ppsfeiatioa" on behalf of the
citians oi New Voik.
lanrrian Spinoza Forum G'js^t
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toruni, sen
Volunteers Serve Hot Meals
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Lehrman I, 7::~
5t, '
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Women's Division
irida Council! Amer-
. in J nrl Congi
'
i] i gel's prize winning
lusii.. which
iy, March 7. ..:
in the Hallandale Theatre.
For tieki I n sen ations, contact
Mrs. So! Berlin or the American
i >h Congress office.
The North Dade Regional Coun-
cil. Florida Women's Division.
\JC. will hold a Cantonese lunch-
eon and card party for the Bran-
di is Mar-Len, Skylake and Sct-
phon Wise chapters Thursday, Feg.
28. in the Neptune Room. First
I ederal, l30l Biscayne Blvd.
Proceeds will Ro to the Louisi
Waterman Wise Youth Hostel In
ie-usalein. which is maintained bj
be American Jewish Congress.
Point East Chapter will meet
Wednesday at l p m. in the Fr
Kat. The pri
.vill be a Purim plaj l< l bj chap-
rs.
Louise Wine Chapter will have
["huis ay, Feb
11:43 a.m. in th< A
1 :' atu:
a Heart fo
, iy.
Just I
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t Ave. 1 igrai
r ;
part;
>Iiai l ibl t : pter w '
First
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A'hO
and
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A m of the Jade Winds
Chapt. r. was to be hi Id Th i
n al the Jade Winds Tu r
\udito: linn, featuring a report on
"Supplementary Security Income"
by Ruth Kramer, and a movh c-f
he Louise Waterman Wise v h
Hostel in Jerusalem with com-
mentary by Mrs. Mildred Berlin.
Holly Dale Chapter will have an
' open meeting Monday 12:30 p.m.,
.,t the Galahad South. Hollywood,
i fudge Mi.ton Abrams will n\
tl beck "The Covenant" by Pi i
Mitchell.
Information on all meetings may-
be obtained at I America]
sh Co ffici
Rcritan Volley Club Social
Wednesday At Sweden House
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CONCERT
Featuring
THE UNIVERSITY-CIVIC CHORALE
and
THE CHAMBER SINGERS
of
THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Lee Kjelson, Conductor
.mil
FAVORITE VIOLIN SELECTIONS
lli i nurd Virtzvr, I inlinisl
---------------Thursday. February 28.1974---------------
" 30 P.M.
Miami Beach Vuditoriiini 1700 Washington Avenue
Doors will be open al 6:00 I' M.
'Command Performance' Of
Fiddler On The Roof Sunday
A "command performance" of
"Fiddler on the Rooi" will be
given at Temple Beth Sholom Sun-
day at 4 p.m. in response to pop-
ular demand.
The production, under the direc-
tion of Cantor David Conviser and
diii.-na coach Jay YV Jensen, was
p/esented last weekend by some
50 young persons who are enrolled
in Beth Sholom's School for Liv-
ing Judaism. Tickets are avajiable
at the temple office.
Presented by
THE MIAMI BEACH Cl'LTl/RAL SOCIETY
and
Sponsored as a Community Service
CHASE
FEDERAL.
S v N i, n O h O N '^ ', O l i i g i


lay, February 22, 1974
rjenlstr fhridfltr.
Paas 11 B
c&oJ w
n
With ISABEL GtCOVK
'Good News' Was Good Story
irb tnd P.i'a Elkin of Palmers
Jnii Mo
says Ann R. Wil-
' In I ; I ( Sh lams
pjHr
H F. '< 10 to Twent; I tUts will dis-
B-<> li: ton in \
I even I om B p m to 11 p.m., and
frts at luncl i and 1 i p.i on the
alle; ting to Israel' m
in the! go' ,,;
not sen in any .- Kippur War H -..Page mounting '" f?r
t A n a
At the i M ''
Continued from Pagi 1-2
'. Likud Part;
Defense Ml I r I / ,Q .. ,,, b>
..... fire, and his res
i
.
u the nventinii
El I ever:
thej
'. We are proi
f i "2 families I
|ve
nal
|Hr. and Mr*.
7 S
Max Shifke, in:
ite the
mds, 1201 SW 02 Ave
Mrs. Evan Of i i.
w irks b; I
ar -i- w in ilii-
Vudrey Komrad, Susan Le-
rous, Ik-, Massey, Patrish Ray-
mond, BUI Read, Ruth Ramoser,
< hrlstine Rlos, Peter and leri
Drew, Addic Herder, Jim Lewk,
Ethel Blake, mile Franklin, Edith
Ot
Furillo, Edna Glaubuuin, Elsie
I if the:: Greenrteln, Shirlej (......n, Louise
nniversary Thursday. Their Hubjak. Martin Jackson, Frank
Ldren, Mrs. Irene Shore, Mrs Kleinhob and Adel Salesman. Sat
king Herris, and Melvin Shifke urday's events will include a cham-
ve to host a champagne recep- gne h recepti()n at ., ,.
jn in tl'er honor in the home
Mr. and Mrs. Herri.. 6835 Cam at ** rtlsts will make per-
kn St.. Cora! Gables. | sonal appearances.________
\:' nding were to be in grand
., o great grand-children.
U)ily nd friends to
bast 50 golden years The Phifkes.
r >-. Boston, have been ;:i Miami
i-er 30 yeai
...
S'ippard Broad, wh i since
n..........il taken on
of Barry
other things, is
.,! ':. enti '
I l and Doretta stark, laugh-
- of the late KAM Stark of Mon
i a long time frien I of his.
j js a eel brated symphonic
luctor who led thi Mi ',-.i Sym-
i during its early
I and Doretta i- i concert ni-
I t. Visiting in < oral ibl -. the
I v rtain d by musi-
in at a
iih Among
] fohn Schkwinfer,
Dr. Herbert
iBnitman. n, and Henry Lou-
i I. lite -
Pa I Rene ar I Warren Broome. is
' Emerson Buck-
l,.-. ir of the Gr ati r Mi-
ll Opera G
Sue and Harry Zukernik have
Must n turned from a trip to Hous-
I | t -xas, wh 're he at ; an
,.. Q ,_ Associat "'i
an I Me d< a City, one
spots, where they
of the Mexican
, i conducted by
i Gika Zdravkevitch, di
, [or of the Belgrade Phi har
i Yu ilavia They were
uests at a cocktail
i tv in Zdravkovitch's honor giv-
I by irmi Gonxalei Calderom, a
I ... n concert ;' misl
Lenore Rienenfeld. daughter of
|m and Mrs. lerame Wenenfeld
2845 Prairie Ave.. Has been
1 named to the Dean's List at B -
Universit; School of Nurs-
SON). A trade point average
of 3.3 on a scale of 40 is required
for the tion.A senior, Ms.
Bienenfeld is a member of^sev-
eral student committees and a
[class representative to the 5W
student government. I.enore is a
1<>70 graduate of Hebrew \cademy
in Miami Beach, where ?he was
class valedictorian and a member
of the National Honor Society. Dur-
ling the summer ol 1972. Rework-
led as a volunteer at the Shaare
k Hospital In Jerusalem.

This is a call for assistance in
persons from
graduating class of Iga-i fen.
lor High School in 1954 A
reunion has be< n scheduled
or.'.,.:. M
Anvone who i
1 i Hitfh in 1954 wl
, cam
Schwartz Luncheon Speaker
,, Schwartz, I
nnh Ploi
Federation, will speak on Pros-
pects for Peace in the Kiddle |
fiat" Friday at 1 P-m.
A record number ot Century Club members
in the American Jewish Congress ware en-
rolled at a recent luncheon sporsored by
Mrs. Theodore Baumritter. Seen (left to right)
are Yosef Yanich Southeast Region execu-
tive c:r-:c:or: Rabbi Arthur Henzbera, na-
tional president, American Jewish Con.:
Mrs. Baumritter; Mrs. Alan Roth; Mrs. Ade-
Ruby; Mrs. Anna Mill;.-, benefactor
end divisional fund-raising cochairman ar.d
Rabbi Leon Kronish, national vice present,
American Jewish Congress.
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Friday, February 22. 3S74
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Rossmoor Coconut Creek Hits
Million-Dollar Sales Mark
Rossmoor Coconut Creek, the
flotal living" adu.t community
ftiia contruction near Pompano
Seach, ha- aucady reached the SI '
million sales mark since its Jan.
15 openiny according to Dick Car-
vie;- president, administration
lie S200 mil.ion project.
>r Coconut Crc -k i- the
'.. vi nture by the Ross-
o Corp., one of the nation's
|n:o t tlevi I ipers i f ma
d c mmuniti -. More
I i live in
poped tat* -
In adull c >mn unity of 5,! 0
nee will be the first de
ase. Initial construc-
tion at Coconut Creek will 1)? the
Bahama Vi. age M lion, including
j04 le-idential units in 20 manor-
rtyled, two-story buildings. Archi-
tectural theme of the overall emu
munity will be Caribbean. F.
Randal] Williams, Rossmoor's na-
ional di ector of design, is the
ai chit i r-designi r ioi tl oconut
\i. k pr ij( ct,
R isidences will ini lude studios,
two and I re bi droom
Thi y will be prici d from
SIT MO to $35,500. A furnished.
ecorated, two-bedroom, two-bath
model is on display at the site as
is a scale model of the projected
-ommunity.
An emergency medical center
will be established in the commu-
nity, with registered nurses on
luty around the clock. Emergency
medical tran portation will be
on tantlj available and the com-
nity's communication centei
.vill ked I aid
rid ho*]
Recreat I ies will in-
in the a I
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are open
Richard Sakowitz Celebrates lli>
Bar Mii/vali In Mexico City Center
In keeping with a family
tradition of worshipping with
Jewish communities in for-
ei n lands at the time of ob-
serving their Bar Mitzvahs,
Richard Marc Sakowitz cele-
brated the occasion at Mexico
i ty's Bi ;ii Isiael Community
Center.
An eighth grade sturieni
at Glades Junior High
School. Richard traveled to
Mexico with his parents.
Buth and T( I Sakowitz. his
sister, Eili and brol
Alan and Ril I Th J II I 0
; by tri nds, !'
Mrs Henrj r E
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nit> In th Vi tern Hemis-
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ire, the living room and part oi th a .1 ha
two-bath, two bedrccm model residence now en display
t Rossmoor Coconut Creek. T! i> garden vi'.'.n model is
? cf five different residential units that will be a.
j'sAe at the Broward County 'total living" complex.
f?
The committee responsible for the art auc-
tion sponsored by the Sisterhood of Temple
'sra.ji cf Gicaur Miami at 8 p.m. Sunday,
M rch 3, in the tamp'3 includes .'from left to
t) Mrs. Fen Elson, Mis. Jack Schillinger,
Mrs. Joseph Edwards, Mrs. Donald Swartz,
r, .''( fa. .. ..' :*,* >
Mrs. Ben Samuel.*, chairman, Mrs. Arnold
Scher and Miss Reba Pollack. William Hal
of New York will conduct the auction; ths
collection will be on Friday, Satur-
day and Sunday prior to the sale.
Benjamin Kah-i international exe
dent of B'nai B'rilh who discussed futur: proqran
Icrowth of the B'nai B'tith organization at a special maet-
ling of the Century Club cf the B'nai B'rith
[pictured with. Bernard Langberg, (left) a member c. the Di^
: Board of Governors, and Malcolm Frornbera. riahO
vice president and treasurer of District Grand ,cdge
No. 5.
ibyn Turbtn Chapter Meets For lunch, Cards Feb. 28
Mrs. Mae Horwitz, Henriett;
.ipper. Rao Rudel and Sonia Gold
berg are in cliarg Of the after-
noon which will Include the -in ol
i TV set. Gail Tobias is i-i charge
i reservations, and Mrs. Allan
Vaguer is chapter President
|: yn Tubin Chapter, City of
Jpe, will meel for lunch ant
\ rhu sday, Feb. 28, at noor
the Washington Federal, 83..
167th St.
Local gov-.rnmen: dignitaries proclaim Jew-
ish R:vival Day. Prcclamaticn urg=s "all
residents of Miami to join ... in reorganiz-
ing !he importance cf religion to the life of
e i h individval and honoiing those who
have worked so hard to achieve the goals
of the /.wish Revival Project." Left to right
r'r T. I.x Pt"nwnr. Tr. Commi^cner Ro .don, Rabbi Ti':cr H. Stern, general chair-
man cf the project, Miami Mayor Maurice
Ferre, Commissioner Manuel Reboso and
R:v. Thecdore Gibson. Jewish Revival Day
was celebrated at a rally at Miami Beach
Ai'ditori'-m on Monday featuring Rebetzin
Esther Jungreiss, of the worldwide Jewish
yci'th movement h'ineri.
He residents of Star Lakes Es-
t:s in North Bade held their
^nual meeting on behalf of
. 1974 CJA-IEF Tuesday. An
cellent response was report- |
by chairman Maurice Mehl-
. (left) and his committee.
|itli him is Paul Seaman, past
ion*
The Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid is sponsoring a gala
bazaar in the temple's Sklar Auditorium Sunday and Mon-
day, March 3 and 4, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Sol
Dwork, Mrs. Reiva Levine and Mrs. Abe Zimmerman.
Luncheon will be served both days; a "kickoff dinner" is
scheduled for 5 p.m. Sunday. From left to right are commit-
tee members Mrs. Harry Glazer. Mrs. Rose Mannes. Mrs.
Samurl Gold. Sisterhood president Mrs. Louis Cohen, Mrs.
Harry Chester, dinner sponsors Mrs. Celia Cohen and Mrs.
Jennie Leber, Mrs. Abe Zimmerman, Mrs Jack Goldstein
and Mrs. Henne Schwam.


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Friday. February 22, 1974 $ p
Services Held For
Jay Schwartz, 61
Jay R. Schwartz, d
the board
man of th?
the merican 'Co
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Ga'nesi h anders'on, J.. 44, '
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Walter. MoUli ami Beach.
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GOLDV. !'. "I Nortn
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ISTOLZBERG 67. ol
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^ORMARK. 71 ol M ami
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GRODENSKY.
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SILVERS. Harry, of M
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coiwnam hter becam". the Amer-
lean Till' ance Co.
Mr. Sch'. '.- ived al ?67
wife, the 1 "ier Bernft?e fB mr
Klepner of Jacksonville: a i
trr, Karen: two sons. Warren and
Mrr.hen and a sister, Mrs. Anne
Miller.
Servirv* were h!ri WHie^iv
at Temrlo Tsra<>!. with Riverside
Chapels in charge of arrangements.
Cohen, tv Loula, 87 of Hi I n-
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MARCUS. I, I I '" I i lllni iv<
SCHRAGEP. .Tnse-nh, T.
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UNGAR. Sara!
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GREENE I Dim
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HOCKMAN. Etl 7461 Collinl
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HOLSTER. Esther Nautilus
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MANES. Ji ..:---
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WEGWEISFR. I ,.u\-. 68,
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GREENSTEIN of Df
and Mn
Gordon,
LITT. Teas e. 605! kit
Blasl
ZELNIKER. Isidore, of Ml iml
Lev ri
GURK. Samuel, 86. of Mlanl Beach.
Newman.
Nathan. Lilly, 70, "! Miami I
Riverside.
PALMER. Flse. 77. of Mlnml B< I
Riverside
TARTACKV. r-,rri(. M nf North
Miami Bi N wimn
ZEAL. An".i. 68 of North Miami
Peneh Ni
EDELMAN. l. Illan R 87 of l oral
finhl. Intel mi Mt,
Ncbn.
CONSON. T aura R 7. of M
Bead R verslde Intormen' Star
ot David
HELFER. Lillian B 75, of Bai Har-
bor Island Riverside
levy, nr. Edward. 78. ol Hallan-
ilaJo. Txivitt.
ZENKEL. Murrav, BO, of Miami
Reach. Riverside.
WALDMAN. 1 eon F 7fi. of Foit
1 auderdalc Riverside.
WILSON. Jade. 75. "f North Miami
Peach.. Learitt.
BORGES. Louli of Miami I
Newman. Interment Mi
FINE, Joseph. 74, of Miami Reach.
Riverside
LlPSETT. Hyman, 84, of Miami
Reach New man.
MAURER. Abraham. 78. 141- Ocean
r>r. Blasbera:.
WAGNER. Mum v 7850 Tatum
Waterway It Blasberg.
GARBER. Esther 71 of V
Reach. Riversldi lntermenl Mt.
Sinai.
GELBER. Jacob, 81, of North Miami
i saoh. Riven
KAUFMAN. Pauline, of North Miami
Peach Levitt
STABINER. Rose. 70. of Miami
Peach. Gorlon.
SAUNDERS, Harry. 71, of Miami
Reach. Riverside, lntermenl Mt.
Nebo.
WEISS. Bol, 77 of North Miami
Beach, Levitt.
KLEIN. Al roi I Bal
PARLEY a \ Ol
STUDLEY.
Ni mi ....
BECKER. :-' rman, ol Hi llywood.
BRUNNER. ''
FIER. Al rJ am. of Miami Beach.
I.t \ Itt
gootnick. Fannie. !-
KUCHER. 1-aiii n Levitt.
KATCHEN. Si 1. 54, Ol Mil II I ach.
Newman, ....
klinger, William, 7!
187th st. Blasbera ....._ .
WEISS Isidoi Al.. 81, of M
BLL'm'in. Lt alw M< dian
,.,,|... Mt.
.lcc'k, Ri i:'. of Hallai i
Levitt ,
vogel. Mn Melanh Bli B<
Mian R ri d( Interim nl Star
'' David. .. .
A EINSTEIN. Anna. .. it >
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; YATES. Bid! :. 80, ci Mlam I each.
i VERNBACH. .lam F.. 84. 10011 V. <
An. Rla.-berg ,
KAGNO. Ka hel, KS. (f Miami 1
N< wman. _
SCHOR. Sadie. 73. of Miami !
SPEISER. Harry. 77. if Miami 1
man. .
FELDMAN Bli 61
. (...- !. Int< :: I Mt
HAAS, ftai I M ami Bea h.
HUBERMAN. .- d M 4- "'
N-., IntaniMirt tax.
BKUS8, Bam H., 7b. ii M ami Beach.
lUveraicU
MOGUL. Tillie. Rivermle
MORROW. Mamartl B., !<. of Key
Laxw 1'iyer.
, ROTHENBERG. Thelmaf 10275
Collins Ave, Blaabern.
KAUFFMAN. Milton. 12. of North
i... !; Riversldi
GERMAN. Mrs. Anna, ol Miami
Bea h, R v< rald< intermi ni Mt.
HOROWITZ. Mrs Llla, 71
i l Blent Mt.
eph. 86. 8888 i
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COHEN. 68. ol M..... Bea h.
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SHEIMAN. Max, I Rd,
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kushner. i i aniel S., ol M i ml
r de
Epstein. Samuel H 77, i I r. y
- l-.vill.
ERLANGER, Donald 51 M ami
1 i. Ri\ i rsidi
. first. Malcolm. 65, of Hollywood.
side.
3ASSNER. Irvlna-. 70. of N
i Miami. Rlvt rsldi
30RDON. Irving, 7S, of Miami.
Riverside Interment Ml S
LICHT, Janet Levitt Interment Mt.
Blnal
PEASE. Frederick A S4, of Miami.
!. \, rsldi
j WEINSTEIN. Sarah. 84. Of Miami
!!., ,li Riverside, Intirm-nt Star
cf David.
SHEFFEY, Loula, 69, Of Miami Beach.
-Newman. _
SIMPSON. Joseph. 80. Of Miami
I < ach. Newman.
ZACHARJASZ. Pesia. <:. Ol Miami
f I id<
I antinoph. Joseph. 81, ol N< rth
Miami. Riversidi Interment Mt.

EiSENBERG. Albert M.. 73.01
i.vv......i Riverside.
fischl. Ervln, 70, ol Haliandale.
RJvi rj Idi
FRIED. Philip, 86, of Ni rah Miami
Beach. Levitt lntermenl Alt.
GREENBURG David J.. 78, of
North -Miami I., vltl
LEVY. Mrs. Bella. 66. ol Miami.
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TABIN '. 74 284 Ji Ave.
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4440921 444-0922
Closed On The Sabb. tr,
Personalized Memorials Custi i
Crafted In Our Own Worksnop.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nt Ti'-K .- HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrinc ii eimatte
, 'ii busineuR under the fictitloui
j GRl'PO CUBANO DE ESTl'DIOS
STOR1COS at 808 Milan Avenue.
li Mi I intendi ti r< st< -
the ClerK of tl
! -ml >>.urt <.f r>ade Countj
- I IRLANDO ias m OA
.________ ______________ 16-a: ." i-
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERViCE
(NO PROPERTY)
I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIPCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-3919
I ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
i ,n- .,,. .. OF MARRIAGE
I IN RE Thi Marriage of-
J< -'1\ 11 HITLER.
Husband
and
SABBLM Pl-TLER.
Wife
| TO: ISABEL Al. BUTLER,
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HERERY NOT1FTETI
action for Dissolution ol Mar-
riage has been filed acainst you and
lOU are re,mired t, ...rw a ,,,,v f
y nr written defenses, if any to it
| on WI.NKV BraoNSON. aitorne"
for Petitioner, those address is u
N B let Ave.. 8U Alnsley Ride- .
Florida, and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before March 22 1874'
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
1! tn<.....molaint ornetition
This notice shall he published nnce
eacn week for f> ur consecutive weeks
InJHB -JEWISH PLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and th.
of mm court at Miami, Florida on
this n day "( Feb 1R74
RICHARD P BRINKBR
A Clerk. Circuit Court
Dado County, Florida
By R. J. FOY
As Penuty Clerk
(| reii.i foiirt Seal)
BIl \i:v EFRONSON
14 N.E. 1st Ave.
| 12 Alnsley Itldg.
Miami. Florida 33131
Attorney for Petitioner
______ 5-22 3/1-8
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
-. ,.t. of
I SI DOR WEISS, a k alSIDORM.
SS and l M WHIM.
dec..
redltl and All P'
alma or Demand! a gams! -. d
''' .
Veu are hereby notified and required
ti pi.--at any claims and u>
a;hid i n .. the es-
[S1DOR WEISS. !' ...-.ii
,, : I >..i.. I 'ounty, Florida. tin-
Judges ol l'aii. Cotu
th, dupl at< -1 i"' -
-. tlon 788 It'. Florida Stat-
n thi fflcei a tl
.us, : I.;.!- County. Florida
[i in i ,.: ndai months from the
| ;.ni i hereof,
tame will be barred.
I at Miami < rida uMi 7 day
(( February, a p i74.
EVELYN BALZMAN
atrht
First publication ol this notice on
1874.
JOSEPH SCHMIER
'ate
11 Lin
h. "'' ''
NOT'CE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR:DA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.3697
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
-. RE
1 }'.i i.MAS C. BAILEY.
Ilusl
and
JOAN C. BAILEY,
.. -
MRS, JOAN C. RATI.FY
117 Idlestone Lane
Matawan N< m Jersey
ARE HKRKRY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution of
your marriage has been filed and
commenced in this court and you
ari required to serve a copy ol your
answ41 and defenses, if any.
MANUEL l BVENBON, attoi
nev fur Petitioner, whose address is
li i ci ne Bide 18 W, Flagler
si Miami, Fia. 68180, and file the
al with the clerk of tie above
styled court on or before March lr.
1074: otherwise a default ill be en
teri -t for for the relief pray
ed fi r In said petition
notice shall be published one.
i each week for four consecutive we. I
j In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hana and the sen
Bid I u" Miami. Florida o-
of Feb.. 1874
RICHARD P BRINKER
At '! k, Circuit Court
Dade ( ounty Florida
By B. .1 FOY
Ai I' puty Clerk
Courl .-' 11
EMANUEL LEVEN80N
-. i ayni Building
111 West Flagler Street
Floi da
Attorney for Petitioner
<3U5) 868-2883
2/1F-22 3/1-c
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
- HEREBY CIVEN Thr.t
the undi rsicned. desiring to engage In
- under 'I tltli US name of
USTED T ' 8 W 25th Street. Miami. Fia. 331R In-
register said name with the
Clerk of th Circuit fourt of Dade
County. Florida.
BENITO ALONSO
8 R-T.-22 3^1
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOT'CE IS HERERY OTVEN that
i j rttM of Chanter f.7s Florida Stat-
utes Annotated fls41i Warehousem*"!
and Wi Reoemts wherein AR-
POT MOVTNG A,- BTORAGJB CO. a
Florida bi vlrlsae ol Its
warehouse lien has In Its possession
, v pg described O-ervertV
,,: i-.,, di I nrotiertjs
of M- and M-a -\ MI' ;"'A' who*
last knowi ddeese wa '' BW Bn4
Ant- N' "* Aliamt.
Florid that on -1 day of
M. 874 I urs of
v foresMMin
i. N w.
24th Avenue Miami FI da the un-
ffksr for sal- to tbs
highest hand the
:,i,.. del i : f Air and
Mr* A MIOKKNK
Pat, is i. F i i this 12th
day i ;
: 15-88
IN TKF C'PCUIT COCRT OF THE
ELEVENTH .il'DIC'i'- CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
r*r* COUNTY. FLOPiDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
CIVIS'ON
\n '4.''^73
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Pi Thi >
RPFNl.A v MOOT-KEN Wife and
lid Ai' .,' F.F.N Husband
TO LEO MOQl'EKN
Iflfi Osboi m Terrace
.' :,: k New .! raw n?108
Tl >U ARE HEREBY i i I ed that
n petit:, r Dissolution ol Marriage
ha i I ed agginsi j .. and vou
are hereby required I a cony
'f you: : lailine to
In Petit -. .'-i th. V. ittoroev,
! BJSTE1 IERS whoai .. Idrees is
1464 NW 17tl ivenui Miami Flor-
;da II I2i and fib th, oncinal with
'he Clerk of the abov, styled Court
ti or before this I day of Ai..'. h. 1974.
t a Default will be enfied against
vou.
I'ATEP this 28 day of January.
'74
RICHARD P BRINKBR
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Bj i 3 wi' SON
Deput] '
2 1-8-13-22
Jsei/ffl
Jllemorial Chapel
"JEWISH H)WH DOCTORS"
local and out of state
ahhamimtms
I 947-2790 [
1338S W OlXlf IIWV. N M.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO. 74-3862
i DN In Re: The Marriage Of:
RAFAKI Si isa.
Husband,
j-id
DAI I A SI ISA
Wife.
TO; |)A I IA SOSA
ResMenea I'nknown
ABB HEREBY notified that a
!""!"" ,., piaeolutlon of Marriage
has been filed against you. and you
are berebv required t.....rye a i n *
your answer pr othei oleading to the
,;;;;;", ", Hu b< -.r- :,
w ,; v '.f,lS':N whose address
It ii,iii \ M North River Drive., Ml
' I 5, ai .1 file the orig-
ins, with the Clerk of the above
-,v|"' oi" or. ,,t bi f..... the 22 dav
trch 1974. or a Default will be
entereq against viu
PATIM, b,s 9 day of February.
i OH VRD P BRINKBR
' \e< i th. i' uil i '"iirt
I I ALEXANDER
Deput) CI
22 :i.'l-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned desiring to engage
in business under the rictll ous name
nl HOUSE OF TOYS al 12884 RIs-
avne Blvd N Miami. Florida In-
tends to register said name with the
Merit ol the Circuit Courl of Dad
County, Florida
S UPTON. IN' .
Morton R Zemel
viii"nev fi r applicant
18661 N.E 18 Ave
Al ami Beach Fia. 88181
16-82 8 '1-V
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-875
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate o'
FANNltl GLATT
deceased
To All Creditors nnd All Persons!1
ing Claims or Demands Against B
Estate:
You are hereby notified and rcnu
to present any claims and dema
which you may have against the i
tate of Fannie Glatt deceased
of Dade County. Florida, to the I
cuit Judges of Dade County, and
the same In duplicate and as
vided in Section 733.16. Florida S
utes. in their offices In the I '",
Courthouse in Dade County. Floral.,
within four alenilar months f
i Irsl publication i
of. or the same will be barred.
F ii al .Miami Florida, this
ot February, ,\ 11 1874,
ZEV W. KOOAN
As BUeeutor
First publication of this notle
the la day of February, 1974,
Caidin, Rothenbei-g, Kogan A
Kornhlum
Attorney for Z, v W. Kogl
!.- utor
420 I oln Ri d
.Mian,, Bern, ii. Florida 88188
2/i-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
e undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious name
PHOTO & FI1AAIF CENTER at
S.W Mh street Miami 88186 In-
ids to register said name with the
>rk of the Circuit Court of pade
untv. Florida
Miami Film Service Corp
2/1B-22 3/1-8
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Ti*E
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO 74-4058
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Re The Marriage if
; IIYLLIS RI'SKIKK Wife
I I.EKOY BUSKIRK.
band
Residence Unknown
Mailing address is:
: LEROY BUSKIRK
Post Offli Hox 7
\V ooilriile. .\e- Jersey
"i" ARE HBRBBY notified that
Petition for Dissolution ot Mar-
I b,, n fil.d against you and
reby r. aulr, d to serve a
of y. ur answer or other plead.
to the Petition on the Wife'" -
.. i.-' you
DATED Tins n day of February.


>i:i' BRINKBR
Clerk of th.- I i', nil Court
By i p COPELAND
i 15-8:


Friday, February 22, 1974
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Page I3-B
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
ICE 18 HEKEBY QIVEN
the u- i
1 I una me '
< >IT SERVIl v. Bt'REAl'
|s- ; St '. Miami, V .. Int< rid
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1 i -8 13-23
NOTICE OF ACTON
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY*
THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
CF FLORID*. N AND FOR
DADE COL'NTV.
GENERAL JURISDICTION
Ci vi(
C'VIL ACTION NO -.---
ACTION FOR D BS .T,ON
OF IfASB'AGE
Tl
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.- ARE IEREBY '
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.; orve
written lo II
AN1EL P.ETTER,
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[luild m I x E.
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fault will
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIV/SION
PROBATE NO. 73-6257
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: ;:
GEORGE DAVIS,
. used
T.i All Creditor* fti I Ul Pel Hav-
., ma Di mai ila Agali si Bald
Estate:
lou are hen by notifli d and n tiulred
I p i mj in- and demand*
Which you paay have aga nsl the --
tal.....iEOIMJE DAVIS
i le Count;. Florida lo
i v, ull Judges of Dnde 'ountj. and
I lull
vlded in Section 733.16. Florida Stat-
utes, In il Ir off i In the i
Courthous. In Dade Count
ur calendar mi

r thi I l> ban d,
Filed nl Miami, Florida, this 1"
Fehruarj A d "
ANNIE .l DA' 8
n 1; .i AN NIK .- '
A* Ex
t pU| tinn of thi
|! lay of Febru ) 74
SIMON, HAYS A RRt'Nl A ERG
Bv: M .*ei J I iru
, All Bu ;
' -
r 1 r. O
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE D.VISION
PROBATE NO. 74-796
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE
\.\ MELTZER
.used
Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Ai
Km a i. :
You are hereby notified i
i" present any claim* and demands
w l Ich you may have aKalnsI ii e es-
tate of HERMAN MEL-TZER il. eas-
ed late of Dade County, Florida, to
1 rcull Judge* "f Dade
the same In dunlii
Provided In Section 733 16 PI rids
Statute*, In their offices In ihi i nun-
i\ Com tl Mad Cou IV, Flor-
id n Ithln four i nlendar mor ih from
i flrsl publl
' oi mmi w ill be b
Ploi : thi* 7 day
V D '::
Al \ IN MELTZ
\ Exei ul
Flni hi* 8 day
f Fi I mi. it ,\l>. I! .' i
n of tl

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KORNRM'M
Bv: ': i.....u-
Attol '. \;
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2 13-22
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NCTICE UNDER KiCTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
L 1 1 :. -
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11 to register s nam

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DAN
|v THE C'RCL'IT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE D'VIS'ON
PROBATE NO 74-36- S ulz)
RITA WEINBERQ
D censed
NOTICE OF PBOBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
! pEPpriVS INTERESTED IN
IDENT
wr't-
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NOTICE OF -
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
ERERV '
u .-.. -.
r- \ : r 'A .-.'. i- pi ,..
use AB-
MHVINlI USE Ol

p, rH
CVREY C MATTHE -
last ki \;..,
VN -:. Rn All
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1974 urll
"i
forei d
N '. !4th A m Mi-
nml, i' undi r*l*;i
hicrl bldd< r
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| IN THE CIRCUIT COUR-^O^ THE

ELEVENTH JUD CIAL C RCUIT
nc FLORIOA :N AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE D VISION
PROBATE NO. 74-736
JOHN R. BLANKS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
': RE El '
\M h \ Z
... fl AH Pel
mands As,
iou maj havi
V WU.I 1AM K
Dade County, Florida, to the
Judgrs Dl
;l same In dupll< ati ai I w '""'-
di I ai Section '.' ''' sl1 '
m. ,,, theli ifftces In
,u... in D I mnty. Florida.
tiiil-.iii four il.ndai i. lh """>
fi,e ; nf ih- first publication here-
ct the Bam. will be barred
Flh, i .,i Ml iml, Florida thi* I a a
of Feb A 1' l7<
JOSEPH KATZ
\- Executor
FAT'NCK. KINK ft FORMAN
Attorney* for Exe
1502 C mure** Builliim
Miami. Florida SS1S2 ^

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-755
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In I'.K K-!.i'.- "f
gl COHEN
deceased. ..
i> All Creditor* and All Person* iv-
Claim* Dewandj Ajraln*! Bald
y u are hereby notified and required
^B nret-ent any liain- ""I fl.-iu cnl-
wlvi'h \,-ti mav havi !ts*aln*t the --
tat.- of sol. COHEN deceased ine
of Dade County, Florida to the Clr-
jBur Judares of Dade Countv, and I '
.line in duplicate and as DT0
In Section 733 16. Florida Stal
their i.f'i.-.-s In th.- County
Ml 1 li^t I'l- A iON
CONS-RLCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROP?=T
;N ~HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD C'AL C'RCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIV'S
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.2177
A V E N D E D'
ACTION FOR D'SSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
: :;
\\\ CAS'
RAYMI iND C VST
tAYMOND 'AS
YOC ARE HEREBY
that ai mi i led
. .
you and u are n qu >rvi
, ,.;,\ : your wrltti
any", to on Da> I I B -
t Petitioner wh I*
101 n w lath Avenue Miami. Flor-
ida in i file the orlalnal ith the
i the above styled >ui n
March l"-. 1874: otherwise ;'
default will be entered ami
fur the rellel demanded In the com-
plaint '! petition
Thi* notice 'hull be published once
each week for four i.....*e>'U Ive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLOKIDIAN
WITNESS inv hand and the seal ol
said ,-..urt at Miami. Florida on tllll
i lay ol f'ebruai y, 1974
i: p. BKINKEK
As Clerk. Circuit Court
i iade | lountj F
Hi W. TYMINSKI
a- Deputy Clerk
ii Circuit Cout i
DAVID K STONE, ESQ
STONE ft SOSTCHIN. P.A.
L01 S W. 1-th Avenue
Miami, Flori la
Attorney for Petitioner o .. f
NOTICE INCER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
RKEH1 SI YE!
:' u'
i fictitious i me of
"EX a I Bl* i Ml-
I
: CtrcU an "f
.
REN1 v \'F< ITION
SERVIl -
DAVID STONE

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; 22 a 1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N< ITICE IS HI REB 1IVEN that
a desiring to en*
...
VI i'aI.Zai; Fl'RNITl'RE. Rei
Ai lai -. Art Obje '.- ai ]
ral Way. Ml n
Ith
the Clei Ircull Dad*

ARM EN FCRNITrRE INf
2 22 J l-8-ll
NOTICE OF .iCTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCLIT COURT CF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACT'ON NO. 74-25:8
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE' THE M
MAN- OACHIM OTTO
and
HEI.OA rv
Tl: Ml ta Ol'
4 I hieldorf West Oi i m
A : Stl 29
YOl" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
-
r I ag*e h a s I u
you ari
\ nur r it.-r di nser to It
on Adi Eso Rl
Pflltioi r. N.W
12th Avel ii ,; m i"
and fill ll.e
101 :
M h '. 1971
.. .. gainst j if the

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Dad. ui > i
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2 15-22
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIA_ CIPCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE D.V S'ON
PROBATE NO 74-7M
(JU'Jgt Do*:.na>
IN RE "> VTE
AARON TEPPE
'
NOTICE CF PRORATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Til AM. PERSONS *TED TN
THE ESTATE
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[runn

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the ii

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v!.; R POWI N.,
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Bv MIRIAM B IE! ~"N
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.45?"
ACTION FOR D'SSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Mai
BESSIE NATHANS" 'N.
: 'I
.. WON I. NATHANSON.
.1 OMON 1 NATli INSON
:. Ilffe A>
HIkI land Parl \ .; .
Yi'C ARK HEREBY N'OT D
tl al ;n lUtiol
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mt '
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KROi iP ^ SCHEINHERO. PA
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relief del
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Of
four calendar months from
time of the first ouhhcatlon h^rp-
or the same will be b
led ai Miami. Florida, this 13 day
,-h 1874
sai:a COHEN
As Administratrix
rst nuldii iiilnn 'if this notice on
II .lav el February I .:i
TNKV KROOP .< SCHEINBBRO
V
th.
XV
P '
sr Richard I KroOP
^BtiTiiev for Estate
UO Lincoln H.'ad. Suit" ""2
2'13-22
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
tfCiTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN <.*.*:
the undersigned, desirlna to
In, bas'nes* ui'.ler the fjetljjjjl*" V'
if SOITTHOATE MAUKFrTIMq AS
HCIATKS at '':" N E l.'.T'h
Nortli Miami Pleach. Florida
tend- to ...- -r ri i ;.m -*lth the
Clerk ^f the Circuit t.Vurt >><
County. K'.oild i
ERIC HAD
DAVID M OONS1TAK
Attor- v '' A-'
1487 N V. 7 Street
Miami Florida Jn
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-530
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE estate of
CHAlil/iTTE KATZ
To^Credltors and All Pmwliy.
inic Claim* or Damands Acalnsl Bald
BTou*ar* hereby notified and required
to present any i W"" '"' aSS*n1d"
which you mai have acalnst the es-
,; 0f CHAWjOTTE KATZ I
ed late of Dade Countv. Florida, to the
Circuit Judues of Dad.- < ounty, ai d
(lie the same ill duplicate ami as pro-
vided in Section 73J.16 Florida Stat-
utes. in their fflces In the Count*
Courthouse In Dude County I
within four calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of or [' same ,'iii be barre i
Filed at Miami. Florida, thi* I dav
-,( February A D 1974.
JOB KATZ
\ I
First put-1 fttlon if thi* notice on
the 18 dav of Febru in 1974
Hnsbuw, Eso
Myers B ipl in. Po uevli ion &
Kenin
Attorney for Execut'.r
14M Brlckell Avenue
Miami. Ftorite |/l8_M
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 74-4104
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE I '!'
JUDY FIE1 DS ^ Ifi
and
PAUL FIELDS. Husband
; Paul i' la
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that ai v tlon tor Dissolution f Mar-
r .,n. ha* been filed ajjalnsl you and
y..u in. required t.. serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it
on BRIAN s PEARL attornej
Petitioner, whose address is josh iti-_-
cayne Suite 1002, Miami, Florida 33137.
and file the orlainal with the cli rh
the above styled court on or before
March J'. 1974; otherwise i default
will be entered aaainst '..u for the
r.-lief .l-ni.in.lei in the complaint or
Thi.- notice shall be published once
each week for four consecut ve weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the s.-al
oi ,-.ii,l curt st Miami. Florid i in
thi- 19 day of February, 1974
RICHARD P BRINKHR
a.- Clerk, circuit Court
Dade County. Florl I*
By C. P. COPF.LAND
\- Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
BRIAN S PEARL
mi. Blvd.
Miami. F i
Attorney for Petitioner
| tl .1 1-8-15
NOTICE OF ACTION___
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
.NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.4-03
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARR'AGE
IN RE: THE MARRI VOE IF
FERNANDEZ,
Husb
ECFEMIA M FERNANDEZ
Wife
Ti i; Buf-----B M Fernand I .....
YOV m:K HEREBY NOTIFIED
that un Hon foi Dls Mar-
. lJt, hat I irolnsl >u and
\.,u are required to serve : copj t)l
v.,ur written defenses. If any to II
. BRIAN S PEARL ittot ley for
I | Idn n Is : ifl l.'s-
r-ayne Blvd suit.- 1002, Miami. 1- or-
ida 38137, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court
,. r before Mar h 89, 1974: other-
wise .' di :;iult will be entered aKainsl
j .u for the v.-iicf demandea In the
complaint or petition,
This notice "hall be puhh-hed once
,ach week f..r four consecut >
In THE JEWISH KI OBIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
,ald ,-, Uri ,-. Miami Florida in this
19 day f Febru iry, 1974
RICHARD P BR1NKER
A- i tl u i' IUI '
:, ,,ie County Florid I
By c p ii IPE1 AND
as Deputy clerk
nil Cour! Beall
BRIAN s PEARL
: .. I
Miami. Fla :t^'S7
Attorney for Petitioner j/MJ/l|1|J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE I
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NOTICE UNDER ricTITIOUS
NAME LAW
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In uiulei
, ENTl'l
In
he Clerk
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i Ji i8E T SOI
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IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClPtl '
IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLODA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-3852
NOTICE oc S'_ t
1 '
P
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.., iR( THY I" K V'.I.'N
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.- ilutl in of Mai is b -en
filed, and | U Bl 0U red t
,. \ our Ai .-' "' Pies li'ia to
the P mei \ r
R WHITE. 1032 Vlfri luPont
Bu IdliiK M ami, Fli rlda I
file the ..ii-in il a- :
in ii i iffi.....f the Clerk
,i \,. Court on or before l lay
of M irch, 1974 If you fall to d
ludarmenl by default will be i
against you for the relief demanded in
the Petit ..n
l h iNE AND I iRDERETJ this B !a
,,t February 1974,
RICHARD P RRTNKER
. Circuit Courl
B] c L tl RXANDER
Deputy Clerk
I 15-28 3/1-8
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-789*
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN It B T11 K MARRIAGE 0 P
Gt'ADALl'PE CASTKLI.ANOS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKHKIIY iirVKN -lial
the undersiamed. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
All lira.'. .- s, ran Metal al
North River Drive. Miami Fl rlda In-
_. ter said name a Ith the
, imt Courl .' 11 ide
i taunts F'oi
Svlnga Bro* Corp
HERA1 l> SILVERMAN
1 '. ann
son Roberts Huildini.-. M'.iml Fla.
2 ti I I-1S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
the !tt"l- rslgned ifsslrlna i ei
, business under the fictitious name
,f jobi. HARVEY v.-si.. \Ti"N at
PO Box 830 111 '^jus 33163 Inje s to
register said name with the Clerk ol
Il ul) Curt of Pad- County.
JOBL HARVBY SE1 TZER
I 18-22 3 i-S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\. TI( K IS HEREBY RIVEN that
desiring to enga*
... fictitious im* of
SAM l.cis KITCHEN CABINF 'S
- \v -jr.tii Btri il
end to register -
the '' uit C -urt t
Dade C iuntv, Fl u
CRIf4TINO BAAVBTDRA
JCAN TKJK-KA
I UIS It. LLERBN
1/22 i/1-8 18
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
NOTICE IS HFREBY QIVEN tl ll
the unders med des'Hng re It
...i^. i., >-,. ..... un* of
the vcii'NTiv; XPEP.TS at 9041
> ird oi \' =- "' '"'" '
r. ;|'..... ''"rh .'
ci, U|| Courl ". ; '
Flo.
DAVID I
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NOT CE LNOE^ F.CT'TIOUS
.i'.'E LAW
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CARD" INA, Wife.
and
ABEL CARDONA.
Husband
TO: ABEL CARDONA
3043 W Jl Pl
Chicago. Illinois H"i:3
TOI ARE HEREBY N"Otif,hd
that an action for Dlssolutl
riage ha* been Hied igainst you and
you are suuired to servi ipv ol
your written defenses, if anv. to It
ALBERT 1. CARRICABTE ittor-
ney for Petitioner, who.-.- ad.ires-, is
8.W ^l Avenue. Miami. Flor n
33143 Phone N- R88-86S3 and f the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before M ireu
15. 1974; otherwise a default wlU p*
i you for th- rellel
demanded in the complaint or peti-
tion.
Thi- notice shall be ouhllshed onpe
..., foi fnui ecutlve week*
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
VYITNE8S my hand and the
of Bai i iurt al Miami, Florl U oo
n'" -livui'"-. 19T4
IRINKER
A* Clerk, Circuit l
Da ''
Bj v J RTVAS
v DUtj '
LTB, ESQ.
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Miami. K rlda 114
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CARNATION NON-DAIRY CREAMER
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Cut Asparagus I'5? $1
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"UTewisIi Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, February 22, 1974
Section C
Graduate Students Awarded
First Mailman Fellowships
NEW YORK A S250.000 gift
by the Mailman Foundation to es-
tablish a Mailman Fellowship Fund
for graduate and postdoctoral stu-
dents at Torhnion-Israel Institute
of Technology in Haifa has been
announced by American Technion
Society president Henry Taub.
The income from the gift by
Joseph and Abraham Mailman of
New York and Florida, will be
matched by the State of Israel to
make possible the award of 14 fel-
lowships each year. Recipients will
be known as Mailman Fellows.
Through the Foundation, the
brothers have made an additional
$20,000 grant to provide for eight
Mailman Fellowshios during the
1973-74 academic year. Classes at
Technion. disrupted by the Yom,
Kippur War when students and
faculty members fought on Israel's I
front lines, are expected to resume
shortly.
The first fellowship recipients,
four men and four women, were
selected on the basis of economic
need, academic standing and the
value of their research and study |
programs
Maj.-Gen. (res.) Amos Horev,
president of the Technion. hailed '
the establishment of the Mailman
Fund as "a rare magnificent gift."
and praised the brothers for their
rare devotion to the cause of edu-'
ABRAHAM MAILMAN
cation and learning. "Their hu-
manitarianism," he said, "will
greatly assist worthy students at
Technion to prepare for careers of
service to Israel and mankind."
The two gifts, totaling $270,000.
highlight a long tradition of phi-
lanthropy by the Mailman brothers,
sons of poor immigrants who went
into a number of businesses in
their early years in the United
States, Canada and South America.
The partnership was enormously
successful, and recently the broth-
ers have devoted their commercial
Lubavitcher Urges Return
To King David Essentials
Lubavitcher Movement head
quaiters. 1257 Alton Rd.. is an-
nouncing the initiation of a new
peace campaign "i!i the light of
the continuing tension in the Mid
die East.
Rabbi Abraham Korf. regional
director of the Southeastern
Merkos Chabad. said this week
that Rabbi Menachem M. Schneer-
son. leader of the movement, is
requesting that "every Jewish
home be equipped with A Siddur
(prayer book), a book of Fsalms
and a chaiity box."
RABBI KORF explained that
Rabbi Schneerson's idea "is based
on King David's attainment of
prayer. Torah study, and charity."
peace, which he attributed to his
According to Raboi Schneerson,
history is bound to repeat itself.
'and with the attainment of peace,
so necessarv to our nuclear gen
.ration, every Jewish famil>
l:ould have (he supplies available
t,- follow King David's precedent."
"This is the thud massive cam-
paign launched by the Lubavitchei
Kebbe this year, in addition to (he
IVfiUin campaign that was launch-
ed Six years ago," explained Rabbi
Korf.
THE FIRST was when Rabbi
Schneerson inst.ucted his follow-
?is to give hundreds of thou->ands
)f Jewish children coins to teach
hem to give chanty.
The second was when the Lu-
;avitcher Movement handed out
.'hanukah candles free of charge
,n an effort to achieve a universal
lighting of Menorah throughout
the world.
Members To Be Initiated
Samuel Pascoe, past president.
Floiida State Associations of B'nai
B'rith. will initiate new members
of the BB Miami eBach Lodge No.
1591 in a candlelight ceremony
Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the Amer-
ican Savings and Loan Assn.. Lin-
coln and Alton Rds. Arnold Spring-
er, violinist, and Fred Pichler.
pianist will play the ritual music.
Young Assails Congress For
Shunning Genocide Treaty
Burton Young, candidate for the
Democratic nomination to the
United States Senate, this week
termed as "shameful" what he
called "the failure of Congress to
act on the United Nations Geno-
cide Greaty first proposed 25 years
ago by President Harry Truman."
Young said that the treaty would
outlaw the planned extermination
of any race, religion or nationality.
"Seventy-six other nations have
signed this treaty," Young de-
clared, "and for the U.S. to fail
to join other civilized nations in
outlawing such acts as the murder
of six-million Jews in Nazi Ger-
many during the Hitler years, the
slaughter of the black citizens of
Biafra or the messacre of Bengalis
BURTON V0UNG
in East Pakistan is unspeakable."
Young said that genocide is in-
human and "offends the dignity of
God and man."
efforts to the investment firm of
Mailman Brothers in New York.
Joseph Mailman, active in Jew-
ish and Jewish-related philanthrop-
ic efforts for many years, has
served in leadership positions with
the Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies, the YM and YWHA's. the
Albert Einstein College of Medi-
cine and Brandeis University.
Abraham Mailman is board chair-
man of the Barnett Bank of Holly-
wood. Active with the Hollywood
Jewish Federation and Israel Bond
Drive, he is also a founder of
Mount Sinai Hospital and the Al-
bert Einstein College of Medicine.
In addition, he serves on the ad-
visory council of the Mailman
Child Development Center at the
University of Miami Medical
School.
States. Their specialities include
science education, food technology.
Two of the new Mailman Fel-
lows are Israeli-born. The others
emigrated to Israel from Poland.
Rumania, Yemen and the Ur. ted
urban center planning, cancer re-
search, electrical, agriculture and'
bio-msdical engineering, and
coastal zone management.
This wide range of fields re-
fleets the unique program of stud-
ies in science, technology and
medicine being offered to Tech-
nion's 9.000 students in the Insti-
tute's 50th anniversary year.
The American Technion Society I
supports the work of the Technion
in the United States. Charles I.
Scher is its executive vice presi-
i dent.
ORt"Chapler
Awards Prizes
To Students
Kendall Chapter of Women's
American CRT recently sponsored
1 vocational exhibition for the stu- j
dents of Killian Senior High j
School at the Village Mall in Ken-
Jail which included exhibits in
.voe-d, metal, printing, electronics.
-,1k screen, and drawing.
The entries were judged on j
quality of workmanship, use of |
| materials, design, and originality.
i ludges included Mrs. Stephen To-
back, president of the Kendall '
; Chapter. Mrs. Michael Breslow.
chaiiman of the exhibition and |
American Affairs chairman of Ken-
dall Chapter. B. Yarbrough, Fine
Arts Department chairman at Ka-
lian Senior High School, and Leroy
Daniels, art instructor at Killiar
High School.
The first and second place win-
ners each received a $25 U.S. Sav-
ings Bond, third and fourth place
winners each received an engraved
plaque. All entrants received a Cer-
tificate of Merit. The winners were
Jeff Reno, George Esquerra. Marls
Fernandez and Chad Droulliard.
ORT (Organization for Rehabili |
tation through Training) is the
vocational training agency of the ;
Jewish people and is an important
force on the United States scent
stressing the need for more and
better vocational education ir
America.
a a a
The Miami Business and Profes
sional Chapter of Women's Amer-
ican ORT will hold another of its
"open house meetings" at 7:45
Thursday. Feb. 28, in the Hospital-
ity Room (rear of building) of the
Chase Federal Savings and Loan,
425 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami
Beach.
The speaker of the evening will
be Allen Greenberg of "Dieters of
America." Everyone is invited. Re-
freshments will follow.
Shown presenting the President Club's plaque to Abe
Savitz of Miami Beach, the Ben B'rith with the longest con-
tinuing membership in the Gold Coast Lodge, (46 years)
are Jack H. Levin, (left) trustee of the B'nai B'rith Founda-
tion, and Myron Cohen, president of the Gold Coast Lodge.
< As*V* -
Max lerner
Sees It
NEW YORK, N.Y. It's probably a snide way to start a piece, but
in the case of Spiro Agnew's coming novel, will politics' gain from his
resignation turn out to be literature's loss?
However the critics may vote, what strikes me most is the evi-
dence that Agnew sees himself as a Renaissance man who can turn his
talents to anything.
Gone is the musty American belief that politics is a calling, en-
gaging a man's energies, possessing him until his last day. Nothing like
this for Ted Agnew.
TO HELL with the Muse of polities'. In the words of the Eliza-
bethan poet. "If she be not fair to me. What care I how fair she be?"
If you have been catapulted out of the Vice Presidency and owe
money, face disbarment and are not in line for fancy offers of corpor-
ate managerial j.">bs, what do you do to pay the grocery bills? -
Answer: You start a novel, get a good agent to hawk the p]
and dramatis personae, sell the serial rights to a magazine for S: 0.1
and hope some publisher will be tempted to a bi.l and some movie pro-
Jucer to another.
BUT MOTIVES are multiple, and money is not the If
you have copped a plea on a felony and are in disgrace th fortune
and men's eyes, you turn from the real wor'd which has turned from
you and lean int.) a neater, sweeter world of fantasy.
Set the tale in Afghanistan, bring in espionag". brainwashing and
an ambassador or two; use the Washington scene: make up a Vice
President who wants desperately to be President: throw in a few Cabi-
net officers and secretaries: garnish the concoction with sex and gOS
-.;> and intrigue and you are in.
THERE HAVE been novelists who've dabbled in politics, from
Fenimore Cooper to Upton Sinclair and Norman Mailer. There haw
been political thinkers who have written novels, like Henry Adams'
Democracy."
In England, where the boundaries are less sharp. Benjamin Dis-
raeli wrote novels before he became prime minister: and Winston
Churchill did an early novel which tells us much about his political
dreams for himself.
But in America, the polit'cians may writ" memoes which have
ome fiction in them, but they don't advertise them as such.
IT CPENS some fascinating possibilities. Thin? of the novel John
Mitchell could do if Martha doesn't beat him to it Think of John
Lird av. and the scenes of I'fe he could coniure up in that sinfullest of
-in cities New York. Think cf Henry Kissinger turning his subtle
talents to an espionage novel.
Not least, think of Richard Nixon someday making the rounds of
the pub'i?hers with a novel about a President whom sinister forces
enmesh in some domatcrializing tapes.
The idea for Agnew's novel must have ben budding in his mind
for a time. You don't just decide, when you've been given th^ ?ack,
that lo. you will turn to novel-writing. The novel form avoids, of c lurse,
;, good manv naty onblems of fact as well as fiction which i mmiir
would have involved. But in addition a man must have some b?it for it.
I suspect that the bent was always tin1." in Agnew. even while he
was Vice President. He scorned the nuts and-bolts work that D
have to do if they are pros. He didn't want to touch and en-brae? the
mother earth from whom all political flowering must come.
SOME SORT of literary flair he must have had. O'herwise he
couldn't have utteredwith a disdain for the applauding crov,l<
those deathless alliterative atrocities, like "the nattering nabobs of
negativism" which William Safire and Pat Buchanan used to concoct
for him.
We now see that his whole career was a serial fiction, too. includ-
ing his highly staged attacks on his fellow writers in press and TV.
What a man dreams up fictionally mirrors what he has been mull-
ing over in his secret heart. Perhaos Agnew always lived in a fictive
world of his own imagining, of which the bribes, extortions, tax eva-
sions and the battles with the media dragons were only outcroppings.
What frightens me is how close he came to the prize of the Presidency.


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Sunday Supplement
"Nature s Original
Success Story.
,' Sunday, February 24th.
lizi tion is al-o j er.tly b
ins ndominiums :,i Da 'e C unty
Miami Turf has it all.
Condominiums. Boating. Fishing.
Swimming. Golf .Tennis.
Luxury. Location. Shopping Mall.
And mortgage money.
Anything else? Come and ask.
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Phone: Miami (305)652-20! 525-4377
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Friday, February 22, 1974
fJenist HtrSdlar,
Page 3-C


Three communities
to spoil you for
Choose your own way of living. .at pre completion savings!
The Parkwoods
Family and Adult Golf View Condominiums
Al Parkwoods. Nature is community property. For young
marrieds. families and singles. Your special privacy is invaded
only by the spectacular views of rolling green fairways and
sparkling blue waters. You're literally surrounded by 600 beau-
tifully landscaped acres... a park-like setting of your own. The
interior of your apartment is dedicated to spoiling you. by
excellence in design, featuring spacious and creative layouts.
A large breezy balcony extends from your living room
into the outdoors. Your big. windowed
kitchen is a pleasure. It's equipped
with all the latest in electric
appliances, and lots of
The Oakwoods
Family and Adult Townhouses
The Oakwoods is Nature's way of spoiling you. Huge terraces
the full width of the house, give you panoramic views of a
green and beautiful championship golf course or introduce you
to the sun-dappled waters of Lake Melaleuca. Both breathtaking
vistas give the most distinctive townhouses anywhere a truly
unique setting. Since our Oakwoods residents can afford the
finest, we've given them a rich, bold new dimension in archi-
tecture and appointments. Plus a quarter million dollar rec-
reation complex. And Oakwoods home-sized townhouses
require no upkeep...leaving you time to enjoy life. Surprisingly
J enough, prices start at only
$48,900 to $63,000.
Inside, every room
is spacious.
cabinet space!
Also, there's a special
area prewired for your
own washer and dryer. Or. you
can use it for storage. Parkwoods
apartment homes are full of pleasant
surprises...like his-and-her walk-in closets! Utter space!
Better design through better planning and experience, for a
better value! One and two bedrooms starting at $23,800., and
Nature's most in-town location is yours in the bargain!
Your country-sized
and windowed kitchen
features the most sophisticated
electric servants money can buy.
(Like an eye-level self-cleaning double
oven with range...!) And you have a huge storage room of your
own! Oakwoods is truly Nature's way of marrying town and
country, only 15 minutes from downtown Miami and 25 minutes
from the beach.
OUR PROMISES TODAY...FOR ALL COMMUNITIES
We promise to spoil you with (a) complete country club-like
' recreation facilities in every community: like lighted all-weather
tennis courts, heated swimming pools, lakes for sailing and
fishing, his-and-her saunas, sun decks, exercise and game rooms
...all with no land or recreation lease! (b) private security
patrol, assigned parking spaces, and. to meet the energy crisis,
courtesy bus service to Midway Mall, (c) the challenging
18-hole championship Fontainebleau golf course, and the oppor-
tunity for membership in the multi-million dollar Fontainebleau
Country Club, (d) mortgage financing available to qualified
buyers, from all cash to as low as 5% down. Come see us
now., .while pre-complnon savings last!
Fontainebleau Park
Livms ct.se to Mature
R,c peion cit mnd d*cor.td -od. I. ju. insMs or waterfall "*"~
nriiihrg-- st. .nd i minimi *. too! Electric KHchsrs by G.ne.c.1 BsBi c # c-4 WuiinBhouU Decc* by Mr Mo-io c' Mongurtor *
The Fern woods
Adult Lakeside Condominiums
For years, the Fernwoods communities have been attracting the
most demanding buyers to Nature's new neighborhood, and
spoiling them for keeps. With restful, scenic water views of
Tortuga Lake. And. total "relaxcitement'.' along with rich resort
and social living. Plus, the challenge of playing Fontainebleau's
famous 18-hole golf course. Meticulously designed for leisure
living, the living rooms extend to the great outdoors, via giant
sliding glass doors opening onto wide, breeze-swept terraces.
Some Fernivoods apartments even have
penthouses with skylights. All
have spacious bedrooms.
Fully-equipped all-
'
electric kitchens
that let in lush, landscaped
views through picture-type win-
dows. There's a special area pre-
wired for washer dryer. Or for storage
use! The master bedroom even has walk-in. his-and-her closets!
One and two bedrooms start at $24,300 and include a price-
less statement that we dare others to make...we have the best
location in Miami!
Grand
Today and Sunday
leek f er our
Miami Herald
Special
Supplement,
Sunday Feb. 14. J4
Nature's origins! success story.


Page 4-C
*"Jeffisf fkridlidir
Friday. February 22, 1974
Hoiv British Financial Rot Threatened Us
By JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTONA week or so
ago, Washington's policymakers
16 inner group were briefly
bus .n:ensely worried. The cause
the deep trouble of half a
dozen minor and decidedly specu-
financial and banking
in i! c city .if London, of
o ".. re so far gone that
thej could nol b<

i I
;. an.talt? Thi
fi
r, s
i r-
]
jtA
o sue
. Conference oi Presid
American Jewish Or-
( : lizctions, is president :
l Zionist Feds:
pres lenl \o\ I v. uit ai-
i Yeshiva University
rabbi emeritus of the
hts Jewish C
in ihe Bronx.
Mrs. Frances B. Witt of Boyn-
ton 3each has been appointsd
field representative for the
State of Florida for Amsrican
Red Magen David for Israel,
Ihe sole support arm in the
United Slates of Magen David
Adrm, Israel's Red Cross
Service. Mr?. Witt, a civic
leader in th= New York area
prior to movirrr to Florida, has
held key positions in the Jew-
ish organizational field for the
part 25 years. Her duties wil".
include the development of
ters of the American Red
Magen David for Israel
throuahout the State cf Flor-
ida.
Justine Chapter Meeting?
"Have a Heart for American
ish C on?re3s" is the theme for
February's Justine Chapter meet-
ing at noon Thursday, Feb. 28. at
COO West Ave.. Miami Bea.~h Bring
your own cards or scrabble game*
:o the party. There will be no busi-
ness meeting, just a leisurely after-
noon with fellow members and
friends, an opportunity to get tc
bow each other better, especially
lie new members.
THE EPISODE was significant
despite its essentially fleeting
character. The minor banks in
London were in such trouble, to
begin with, because they had
loaned too much to industrial
companiss which were then hard
hit by the worldwide energy
crisis.
And the nervousnesi here,
i all the tears of "another
d the
i bivei --

thai thi enei j crisis i
everyv here.
. I
: : great1
I and

in rHi
k it the scan
I .
W
the price of crude oil went
through the roof. And the Wash-
ington conference on energy
problems is the parallel to the
London Economic Conference:
The implications of this grirr.
statement are 20 times more im-
portant land more dangerous)
than the anger of motorists who
finding it so hard to get <
or ':c rage oi the
. drivers who want cheapei
fuel.
:: motorists an I tl i
u k drivers are i
. thi pricks
..-: unpleasanl
i aj be
on.
HERE CONSIDER a '
.... ii '. si ri
tal 5ti 5. In 1972. to
; .; ;,; ; rj W
. ,1 u
e in-

ull
i
i ....
I ring on I
IF Sl'CH transfers continued
for on.y a few more years,
furthermore, the result will be
not just cose M unmanageable
but p.ain, downright catastrophic.
One "most conservative" pro-
jection is that by 1980 the o:l
producers will have accumulated
$400 $600 billion of capital fund.-,
over and above whatever they
may spend i.i the interval fo.
their own needs. This mountain
o d bt, i all
in lusti tal natio i will require
year in Lit r
< i payn I ne.
n a;
''
will 1 required
ice.
ADD A

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of thi 0
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The Le'
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JOStPH ALSOP
startline that they oozed outward
from tlioae m rmally closed port-
0 diil nart of the re. I
of the chief speaker, I
Ro:k< i r.
id of the Chase Han -
-i B ik i I n u TH I f: |
ti d that the Shah of
of the
cial ci i i"
: IVBE THE Shah will
rev '. thai Hie at
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nol ban tl
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i be realize!
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Grand Opening
The next 60 seconds can introduce you to the
best condominium value in town. Take another60 minutes
and come over to see it for yourself...
only then will you know WHAT REAL VALUE IS!
REAL VALUE...BECAUSE OF UNSURPASSED LOCATION,
EXTRA SPACIOUSNESS, SUPERB CONVENIENCE!
LOOK!
In the heart of North Miami Beach
Stroll to 163rd Street Shopping Center-
Jordan Marsh, Richard's, Burdine's
Near restaurants, houses of worship, theaters
Extra-spacious apartments, each with private balcony
Fine recreational facilities pool, sauna, gym, card lounge
Fully equipped GE kitchens Security Intercom Assigned free par-
... and a lot more extras at no extra cost!
1 BEDROOM-1V2 BATH CONDOMINIUMS
bo
TO745
NO LAND LEASE NO RECREATION LEASE!
Permanent Financing Available
N.E. 9th Avenue at 167th Street, North Miami Beach, 33162
Telephone: (305) 652-3414
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Friday, February 22, 1974
*. M*ni*f- fhrk/kun
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Viewtiful.

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So spectacular we've created a new word to describe it.
In years post, some of fhe world's most
effluent families builr rheir private es'ares on the
precious strip of lond nestled between 'he sun-
drenched shores of Biscayne Day ond tree-lined
C.'lckell Avenue.
These glonfs of Industry could offord fo live
wherever they desired, bur they selected this
unique area for its distinctive charm and
unsurpassed beauty.
What heretofore hes been ovoilable to only
a privileged few con row be yours, of Brid'ell
Fiace...if you hurry.
Brickell Place is now under construction at
1901 Brickell Avenue, just four short blocltf north
of 'he cousewoy entrance to Key Biscayne. Here is
tr jly one of the most prestigious locations in all
c' Florida. Walking distance to downtown, yet a
secluded private world of its own directly on the Bay.
And Brickell Place compliments the land,
offering everything you always imagined Florida-
l.ving should be...panoramic views of the City and
the Bay...complete recreational facilities with
no land or recreation leases... ond on ou'stciding
cal'ection of one. two, and three bedroom opart-
menrs. penthouses, ond Bayfront town-homes
c o 'able in 16 dramatic floor plans.
Spacious private terraces...entertainment-
sized living rooms...d.ning areas...ful!y equipped
k'chens with luminous ce.imgs ond imported Iro'ion
tile floors...mosfer bedroom suites with sit-down
vanities ond private dressing rooms...luxurious
boths with Roman tubs and tile floors...plus many
other amenities you should exped in o quality
condominium residence.
Visit Brickell Place now while our grand
opening prices of 539,200 to $191,000 are s'll
In effect. Don't miss this opportunity fo share In a
historic post...live in o luxurious present...and
participate in the dynamic future of one of Florida's
lest premium waterfront properties.
Three lavishly furnished model opartmenfs
ore open daily for vour admiration from 10 a.m.
until dark. Phone: 005/856-2600.
From 1-95 go sou'h fo S.W. 25th Read, turn
left two bloclss to Brickell Avenue, then left to the
Brickell Place Preview Center.
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Onctell R. o whoSyowned jLbadcy ot Qtttum Developmn: Corp.


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Friday, February 22, 1974
Co.
EDITOR, The I
Leo Wim
. e in tj
Ba-i.
h ion Sin 11
erai
.
Of :
Mini
advice:
the hutz; ah to b ii ve tha
tliey have succ > ded in on i
of work th i .i. i M- are
In (iii- i" )- v ''ii' a i
vise Mindlin to -hoe his own
patch.' whatever thai might b.>,
and leave the evaluation of writ
ers to respected and knowle
abli ri ''(
IN DECEMBER, 1963, th? late
Edmund Wilson wrote: I
ommend I. B Singer to
Swedes if thej w anl to give any
more prizes Lo
th of a i ill
books upon whi i- we have a '
been brought
\ltn d K ia wrot in h '
"Contemporaries:" "It is Lhe in
tegrity if the hu-qj Ima n i'
il linger ronves
fully. He
own ]
be ame i ts and
biers '
is i
als thai a
i- so Yet wit!
has ; iun ; i i. ii an I un1
imag inal i
Irving li '' I
"Ni other lii
ed himself so m\ letel>
reckl has 1 ic
!
si*.'.'.!' F h '
"I've alwa; I I in
n< ok, n, ame c ir ler. If :i v '
ventures he
nothing. So m inj writei wan
to reach out t i le eril ''
of h imani a littl > viJ ig
is thi hi i hu nanity."
Perhaps Golan, the produ- .
has not read the novels of Si m
uel i'i. k :t. or Gunter 11 'as
Alain Robbe-Grillel or J ian
Paul Sartre, or John Barth



.
iese two

. [I .'
n r.tury literature.
- .'.:;. Br ice Fi In......n I
Philip Roth in a serious d scus-
sion ol imi -rta il contemp *
I un-
derstand '
writings.
BLANCHE NEVEL
Miami Beach

ice
OUR
READERS
WRITE
Let T:: VV 'ii B- Srief"
CDiTOR, The Jewish Floiidian:
In the issue of Feb. 8
r .hen insults our Presi I ml
Nixon. This is totally unnece
and cut of o \\ ;r.
IT Col LD really do great hurt
n! damage I i n ir Je rista
.<. do noi I these abu
n they d us
.. i id whatever.
V iu sh ii:

but '

HORRID I' TV
y.i,-.-. B i h
.
1 out of a window of a tram
car in a fi reign land, which he
admits i; amazingly clear. Why
not respect that? My husband
I have been to Zurich man)
of course been I i
1. too. but never have we
seen th? word garbage u>..'.
the ird Israel.
MRS. GLADYS v
Fort Ltuderdale
EDITOR, l"he Jewish F1m
.vs *
Sovi i nion

WE WOULD tppre
may
ab tit Josef Slonin, b
1915 in the Unite I S il -. an I
Kishman born i885 In
Ovrucz, LTtrai
Anyoae a i inform iti iu ab ml
p( rs i- pi 'i-
Nationa! Council of Jew Worn
en a'. 576-4747.
FLORENCE ALBERTS
Executive Director
(; "j:-: Miami Section
N Itional Council of
Jewish Women
faac Eashevis Singer cc
red cae cf tho greatest cu-
hors on the American literary
i today, will speak en "Art
.-.r.d Folklure" at Templs Beth
-. Tuesday, Feb. 23, at Z
re. The lecture is a feature ol
he Beth Shc'.om Adult Ed
i proqiam.
. D1T0B I ill FI 'ridi
A
i
i
articles a
But in
"t'-'l-
.
on.
,i i. It to com
, ... ,,-.,.. [th hi -i' lse of
ir was tryins, to imply or
i / to the c fader, bul th?
very I t sentence certainly i-
an insult.
IS InfS per-in from another
- he i.;-t snyai
on with th<
/ in ou I ind D >es he want to
an international incident?
Imagine an> thinkina individ
ml stupidly trj ing to get rid of
Fci many South Floridians, boats are net enly a means cf
transportation, recreation and relaxation. They c:e in fact
a second home. At River Reach, Fnrt Lauderdale's trcp'.-a!
island condominium community, boai Owning re::
have only a leisurely slrcl! iron theix land home to th;!r
F.oatir.g home. And once abcai ist a sherl cruise d
the New River to the Atlantic Ocean where they can still
v all the cemfcrta cf their home en land.
Dr. Samuel Karff
Guest Lecturer
Dr. Si
i .1 be Sur.da
rer I
. I !\ ii pi I
.
'. as) or
I Jewis
. Fund, I
' ctu t 10 45
rle Ira I '
.
and Man in Ou I
i _. i ,\.r" the P
bjeji ol Rabbi K.ii fl lecture,
v.
' :' 0
... ed ieadifl stal i
ent yi ars
Goli! Chapter Party Set
i Chap Ann i
'.'. >m< n .!.-. i desserl
p irt; M ii laj Ms .:: 4
12:: 833 NE 167th S
o Prime Location
oSpacious Luxury Apartments
cLow pre-completion prices
No Land or Recreation Lease
cflnd, an unspoiled view of
tropical Gardens
and beautiful Lake Worth
It all adds up to PALM BEACH SOUTHGATE and THAT equals a "Best Buy" in
condominium living with a Palm Beach address. Discover our water-oriented
low-rise condominium apartments before these low prices are forced up.
A selection of exceptional 3 bedroom lakefront apartments are available.
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I
PALM BEACH
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APARTMENTS
3605 South Ocean Boulevard, Palm Beach, Florida 33480
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Friday, February 22. 1974
> U**Ut tiff i'idtrtr,
Page 7-C

Success Story!
Americas most unique adii
MiesiYic..JVomsi7<)00
Gatehouses at each entrance. Fully attended.
Privacy wall around the entire community.
Private streets patrolled by uniformed security
guards. Relax, we call it peace of mind.
18 par-57 holes stretching around acres and
acres of waterways, designed by the great
Roy Rogers. And a 19th hole planned ol
course. And tennis. And swimming pocis.
CGCCXkn
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tomtv
* Mill I | "' 4
V
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Two of them. W;th all sorts of fully equipped
hobby and actuity rooms. Its all yours. A
complex worth over a million dollars. Makes
you feel like a millionaire.
Just take the Sunshine Parkway to Pompa-o
Beach Exit 24. West on Coconut Creek
Parkway (Rte. 814). So close to the beaches
To Pompano, Lauderdale. Miami.
This It not intended lo te a lull stalemenl as to Rossmoor
Coconu. C-eek Full detail* are conta.ned .n me official eondon..n.um fccoMal available la pu.ch.wr,
40,000 happy people in Rossmoor
eommunities can't be wrong!
Rossmoor
Vf COCONUT CREEK
^^ Open every .a, 9 .0 6. Pnone ;3C5, 971-3510 From Miami-toM-fr- ,305, 9,7-9906. Deve.op* >v Rossmoor Florida LimHec" Partnership.


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*Jenist> fkrs'afiatr
Friday, February 22. 1974
Euteita'ners, Sarch and Kayim Ferchko, victims of th I
hciocai'st who rose above their personal tragedies will
p..sent their annual concert at the Miami Beach High
P-hccI Aud^tciitm, Tusedcy, Mnr. 5 at 8 n.m. The Ferah-
kos who rerently performed at New York C':ty'3 Town
Hall, will feature a program cf internationa. classics, folk
esngs end piano so 3 i:: the rior hani. The Fer*h'"*i
have b?:n en the Ed Sullivan television show, guest artists
at C r's and have p'.ayed all over the United States,
Euiops end Scat!; America.
Commissioner Hose Gordon was instaiiea as president of
the South Florida Chapter of the Florida Planning and Zon-
ing Association at the organization's annual installation
banquet. Richard Whipple, president of the FPZA and as-
sistant to the director of the City of Miami Planning Ds-
pariment, introduced the new officers.
The Bank of Miami E:ach hosted the year's first gala party
at the Doral Beach Hotel, Jan. 18. Abel Ho'.tz. chairman of
the board and president of the bank, used the occasion to
formally welcome hi* business associates ficm Spain, Don
Jaime Castell, Juan Puiol and Walter Ankli, into the Miami
Eeach social and business community. Here Councilman
Leonard Weinstein, (left) Judge Irving Cypen and Council-
man Hcrold Rosen enjoy a lively conversation befcr= dinner.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin. president of the Southern Region of the
Women s Division of the American Society for Technion
who presided over a joint meeting of the Women's Divi-
sion and the South Florida Chapter at a city-wide educa-
tional conclave held last week at the Doral-On-The-Ccean
Hc'.el in Miami Beach, is pictured with M. A. Baskin, (left)
founding president of the South Florida Chapter: author
and commentator David Schoenbrun, guest speaker, and
M.tchelJ 7. Marcus cf Boston, (right) national vice presi-
dent at the ATS. F
Question
Box
M EIC H E L S
bv .\0M1A BABACH
.
i-
Bv K IBBI SAMUEL J. FOX
..i : ;i .-.,.-' T< li
Are heart transplants pemiis-
riblc in accordance with Jewish
law?
A number of articles on this
subject have been written by out-
standing .Jewish halachic au-
thorities. Most of the articles are
icaaemic in nature and reflect
-eems to be a difference ot
ODinion between rabbinic au-
:es.
The past Chief Rabbi of Israel,
Etabbi Issar Yehuda I'ntcrman
as generally permissive in this
ird. Other rabbinic scholars
forbid the p. actice.
What should b- interesting to
the reader is to observe the is-
sues and problems involved from
standpoint ot Jewish Law. The
,'hief problem seems to b.- the
. i- ot the donor.
There is great concern among
rabbinic authorities, and this in-
cludes even those that !'
heart transplants. that it
i- possible to nave a transplant of
;hf heart without the donor be
ir,g considered officially dead in
jccordance with Jewish Law. This
would be considered a situation of
almost committing the murder of
line individual in order to save the
life of another.
There is also a problem regard-
ng the recipient. This is so espe-
cially since the success of trans-
planting hearts has been relative-
v minimal over the long-term per- I
iod. A question therefore arises
as to whether the risk involved in .
. jndergoing the heart transplant
js far as the donor is concerned
I .s permitted according to Jewish
Law. especially since that risk
night be even greater than not
having the transplant altogether. .
Some rabbis commented in their
articles that this issue should be
re-evaluated when a higher degree
oi success is achieved in the per-
formance and durability of heart
transplants. In some areas issues
tave evolved such as the necessity
>f receiving the permission of the
anuly of the donor before trans-
olanting the heart even if he is
considered fully dead in Jewish
Law,
Apparently, there were cases in
Nrael where heart transplants,
have been performed since 19G8,
in which medical personnel were
accused by bereaved families of
the donors of "stealing'' organs
from donors without family per-
mission.
What are "tenaim?"
The term "tenaim" technically
| .neans "conditions." The general
j reference is to some form ot con-
i tract where conditions are set
-erth forming the obligations of
two paities. What is popularly
I referred to as "tenaim" are the
conditions which are agreed upon
in planning a forthcoming wed
ling.
The signing of such a contract
jf conditions is something like b
formal engagement. The condition:
include things like the dat.' and
the place of the marriage as
IS the financial obligations which
\\ouId b agreed upon as binding
upon both the bride and groom
ind especially between their re*
pective parents in financing the
wedding and providing for the
newly married couple. .
The "tenaim" contract usually
?arries a penalty clause in the
event the conditions are not met
This contract is so binding and the
release from it so difficult that I
rabbis advise a divorce after the
wedding instead of a breach of '
this contract by not having the
wedding take place.
Since ground meat and farfel are two favorites of my eight}
old son. i decided to combine them into one dish and serve it wit |
eased salad and some relishes to make a dinner menu.
MEATBALLS AND FARFEL
2 ibs. around meat 2 medium onions, cut in thin r .
1 medium onion, diced 1 10-oz. pkg. toasted egg bark)
3 eggs I farfel)
1 j cup oatmeal 5 cups boiling water
garlic powder > 'sps. powdered soup mix (ch
pepper en or !);,,-'f>
I 1 4-oz. can mushrooms, drained
Combine meat, diced onions, eggs, oatmeal and spices (to tasl
Form into medium sized meatballs and brown. Remove meatballs and
! brown remaining vegetables (onion rings and mushrooms). Mix wal
with soup powder and browned vegetables and add to farfel in a grease I
sasserole. Bake covered at 350 until all water evaporates \ |,|
, me third tin more boiling water and meatballs Heat until meat is
. hot. Serves six.
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My house i' full ::' "chocolate fiends" Anything bake,! with ch
'ate :n it rmkes them ha*>nv. If your hou like mine, then < i
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DEVIL'S FOOD CAKE
-; run softened parve margarine 2 eggs
1-1. cups sugar 2'- pups ft"d cake flour
l (-> vanil'a l t toda
2>._. e-j'tar" (1 t each) unsweet- isp.
or,,, i ,V'.c hte '' 'i'" "' water
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mixture alternately with ice water, beating well after each add
Bake in bundt pan or for a layer cake in two paper lined 9x1'^ in,
round pans at 350 .
Serve it unfro>ted or as a frosted layer cake.

Tradition! It's a beautiful thing. And what enhances a traditional
Shabbat atmosphere more than an aromatic rholent cooking all Friday
night on the stove? For those unfamiliar with this particular meichel
true Jewish soul food it is easy to prepare. It is partially cooked
on a Friday afternoon and then left to cook over a low flame until
lunch the next day. There are many varieties of cholent. each with its
devotees. Here is only one type
CHOLENT
3 lbs. short ribs '_ cup barley
2 medium onions, cut up 1 bay leaf
6 lara white potatoes salt
cun kidney bean=. dried oil
'i cup ];ma bean*, dried
In a heavy Dutch oven, brown meat and onions in a little oil A 1
rotatoes cut into Quarters, plus beans, barley .and bay loaf Add boi tag
water to cover Cook on a low flam several hours in the covi I
Duteh ovn. Add salt to ta t\ Hallv iwnw.fl). lower to "immer and cook overnight until lunch on
Shabbat. Remove bay leaf. Add m ire sail if necessary.
Y ur cholent should be thick and golden brown. Drain water if
there is too much. By the way, i| i< important that th- pot lid fit ti
Mr3. Anna Miller of Miami Beach (center) was one of 10
women from the U.S. and Canada honored a. the 1974
Wrael Bond fashion show and lunchson held Feb. 12 at the
Fcntamebleau Hotel. Mrs. Miller received an original seri-
qiaph by Israel- sculp.or Igael Tumarkin based on the
Israel Bonds Women's Division "Sponsor Pin" which Tum-
arkta designs while at the front during the recent Yarn
Kippur War Pictured wj,h ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^
man of Miami Beach, who was chairman of the luncheon,
and Mrs. Jan Peerce. national chairman of the Israel Bonds
women s Division.


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Friday, February 22, 1974 *
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r xa
man
He Deplores an Aping of Protestantism by Some Rabbis
pflC.ENE Borowit? is a Re-
tot rabbi and roll >: ir of
and I al HUC-
J!R. His bjuk. "The Mask lews
Wear: Hie Self-Deceptijn oi
Am ri ian Jew: Si in &
Schu r, 5".95, 222 pp.) is ti-
nt.
A good portion of the book
(I to an explanation of
[opments, historical and
oth '
Itvvr; to its present ~t.it it
"revi rse Marranos."
-le are Jews on the
outside but non-practitioners
leniers oi b >ing Jews.
iginally meant pig)
THE AUTHOR advocates a
return to basic Judaism. H
Car/ adfpert
Only Time Will Tell If
Kissinger Made Wise Move
J.JAIFA Only -: e 11 I II ii [sr .! did th( ng in
K i t for with Ir ival
I. O.-Iy tint : : it in th
. ntroversj is i n Is
nan in the str
the loss outweighed by the I
to have been > imtee
from the

ISR VFL'S HOST lular < -. iH.....; | ]'.
us thai th( al ; sort was c?rl tin
nstances
'""' i i the
her i
Dayan has told the n I in i il opinion it is a
! say they want peace; we n
give them the chance to prove they mean what they say.
WE ARE told thirl sadat, too. i- sick of war. He is also a
ret list. He can not sell his people on any kind of agreement
Israel if it appears that Egypt loses face. The Arabs are a proud
people. Surely Israel can be large enough to give up the appear-
ances of victory, for the sake of a real peace.
Which is better, the pride of a conqueror, or th? wisdom to
yield on matters of prestige? The tn.e goal is that Arabs and
Israelis may yet become friendly neighbors.
Other observers arc pessimistic Eliahu Nawi. mayor of
Beersheba who was born and raised among the Arabs of Iraq.
e deluding ourselves if we think that we can
>.p simply by returning territories we have occupi id
writes, "For all the Jew sh em
phasis on the gqpl rejigious in-
utfbns, the school and the
sym they were
on'j ; i extend to a pri cess car
ried on bj home an.! commu-
te) begin or t.> substi-
tute for it"
Too many Jews accept th.'
synag is as .i surrogate for "lie
Lorn .; lighting Sabbath
candles in the temple at 8:30
p.m.. making kiddtnh hours
after supper, and the reduction
of the Sabbath to an hour and
a half by attendance at Friday
night services but no Saturday
s< i vices.
Th:- 11 an aping of Protestant-
i.in ii> some rabbis.
BOROWITZ In-.!,- the the
Bdvanc d by some thai Juda-
ism is essentially an ethical
movement The disciples of this
dortrine have ceased to have
into jrity of self and thej r
sent being odd even though
their Jew.-line is no handicap
in their lives. He states that we
are an ethnic group and tlii
means to b? in a minority and
that is "the ethical reality ol
man."
He exhorts to "add to tradi-
tional values: responsible alien-
ation, it teaches one with-
drawal without abdication and
di-tance with duty."
Among the things in which
J( must be separate is the
celebration oi the Shabbos.
THIS IS done by "a declara-
tion that one refuses to be
bound to the normal (non-Jew-
ish American) patterns ... Its
strangeness helps to liberate one
from the oppression of the daily
routine and turns one instead to
family and books, to prayer and
rest, to being ono"s own man
... to sit with the Bible or
peruse J*wish literature is. by
that act., to reject the usual
American emphasis that educa-
tion is for use or gain."
When Will Politieos Quit Mixing In?
3>
I
Who are the lain' Jews
In (he Nixon Inner Circle?
PIVE YEAR
ill!'-
in their Harvard
I d to its fac ilty.
papers anJ
\me\ an policie
l in intellectual circles,
brought them to Presl-
N icon's attention and I
hold the first anri third
1 ghest posts in his Cabinet.
"FOR BETTER or worse." says
December's Fortune Magazine,
"the U.S. national security is now
in the care of two intellectuals
from the class of '50."
The historian of course is Sec-
retary of State Henry A. Kissin
ger. The economist is Secretary
of Defense James R Schlesinger.
As it happens, in their govern-
mental holes, they are inextric-
ably linked forever with the po-
litical destiny of Israel and its
drclms for the Jewish people.
I XTIL IVAN Cameron report
ed in Fortune why Schlesinger is
what he is as a person. America's
12th secretary o/ defense was gen-
erally assumed in Washington al-
ways to have been the Protestant
that he is now.
Fortune rightly reported his
Jewish origin and that he now
is a practicing Lutheran. Then
iderbold
'ion."
f
'ields.
"Thi shocking m
Pi I i .

Adminis
tion,
"SUCH POWERFUL appoint-
ments always go to Jews." Or
Fields stressed in his attack
"Jusl look >t the unbelievable
string of Jews thai Nixon ha
now appointed to high office
more than any other president in
U.S. history."
Fields prefixed "Jew" to the
names of Kissinger, Schlesinger
Federal Reserve Bank chairman
Arthur Burns, Health. Education
and Welfare Secretary Henrv
Weinberg. Council of Economic
Advisers chairman Herbert Stein,
and Undersecretary of Treasurv
Helmut Sonnenfeldt.
Schlesinger. his wife, formerly
Rache' Me'.linger. of an Ohio farm
family, a.id their eight children
are members of a Lutheran
church in Ar'ington, Va.
THE PRESIDENT did appoint
Sonnenfeldt to the Treasury post,
but while Senate confirmation
was pending, he switched him,
with Senate confirmation, to the
State D?pjrtment's counsellor.
Simon is Catholic. His parents are
Catholic.
IK VOU watch television news regularly, you
vU ,\ {'{ the disei hotos of the !-
Suez ["he last tru :. you may
uipmenl with
ackb ard h,ing across the top oi the
-;. mbolic ol ::" thins In par-
did com basketball is
ral parl of !-' ts pi am,
EVERY ISRAELI army unit ha a physical
ion offic< r, and ii is his res
ha> i : lipment ready for the boys when they
off the lines to relax in the rear echelons
Perhaps it isn't unusual then to have the Israeli
National Basketball team touring the United States
this mi,nth.
With the aid of the army people in charge of
personnel, players of the national five have been
given leave to tour the United States and Canada
under the aegis of the United States Committee
Sports for Israel.
A TWELYEgame schedule carrying the squad
from Toronto. Canada, to Kansas City back to
Madison Square Garden was arranged by the U.S.
imittee. The army, after initial resistance, saw
tho benefit for such a tour and blessed the boys.
I to train I th i on eta nds, so
thai Israel has a competent squad on this tour,
it onlj ins, traveling under the
! away from Isra
1 b .....! >r (in
1 Unfortunat dy this cir-
sn't onseq ntlj
Ij Land is
lii r
TAKE ITL i

:
I

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ball F on. The U.S. I started sched-
uling in September. The Yom Kippur War a
"! scheduling
In mid-Novcn mmittee received a
Tel Avi\ i.i resume, if possible, to se-
.. lie.
x .Tel Aviv was
p pla Fin< this is a
1 teams, But
'i the re should be idle?
"Yes, says .. politico, who is affiliated with
Maccabi Tel Aviv, "If his players, normally on
the big five, can't accompany the team, no tour
of the U S A."
ALL HELL breaks loose.
The Basketball Fed ration revotes and by a
5 to 2 margin says the team goes to the United
States. The Maccabi Tel Aviv coach. Josh Rosen,
tacitly advises Moishe Lehrer of Maariv that the
team should be sent abroad even without his Mac-
c.ibi members
This i-n't enough for the politico, once
Shlumpped badly in his run for mayor of Tel
Aviv, and recently skipped over when the Maccabi
World Union decided on a new chairman to suc-
Pierre Gildesgame of England.
Politico runs to Yigal Allon to stop the
lour. Allon in ri '<: ous jnity, i Iv ies him
itonom
team goes abro
ded
and doin
The ivhen i h ..' >n
. |rts?
Jjoris v_5;;joA >
How Much We Give to the Arabs
\,|ANV AMERICAN'S including American
Jews are under the impression that the
U.S. govi is helping only Israel and givi -
no financial or military aid to Arab countries
This false impression is nov eradicated by data
issued by the State Department.
Figures revealed by the State Department
show that since the establishment of Israel in
1948. Egypt alone has received about a billion
dollars in credits and grants from the U.S. until
it severed its relations with this country last year.
AMERICAN AID in many millions of dollars
have also been received by Syria during the
Fame period. Even the oil-rich Saudi Arabia
which now leads the Arab oil boycott against
the United States ha* received S257 million in
credits and $36 mi'lion in grants for arms pur-
chases in the United States.
In the snan of 25 years, th United States
has given the Arab states about $2 billion in
economic loans and $2.33 billion in economic
grants During the same period the Arab coun-
tries also received from the United States $394
million in military assistance credits and $309
million in outright military grants.
UNLIKE THE Arab countries, Israel has
received no military grants from Washington
during the 29 years. It was only after the
Yom Kippur War, last December, that the U.S.
Congress authorized giving Israel SI.5 billion in
grants and $700 million in credits for the pur-
chase of military supplies.
Close to one billion of the total of S2.2 bil-
lion will go to repay the U.S. Defense Depart-
ment for weapons shipped to Israel during the
Yom Kippur War.
BUT THESE were sales-nothing in mili-
tary grants. During the same time. Israel re-
ceived from the U.S. $1.07 billion in economic
loans and $420 million in economic grants. The
wide discrepancy between the U.S. aid to Arab
states as comnared to the aid given by the U.S.
to Israel is obvious from the State Departments
report.
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Friday, February 22, 1974* 174
Syria Drags Feet On Move To Withdraw
By EHUD YAARl
. JTA Jerusalem Correspondent
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THE DISENG 1GEMENT
time
rith Egypt The oppos I
a continuous effort to delib-
erately warm up the Golan front
will ultimately ally Syria with
Iraq an:I Libya.
In fact Syria faces a fateful,
painful hour of truth. Either she
joins Egypt for better, or worse,
or she breaks with her. No mid-
dle road apparently exists any-
more since President Anwar Sa
dat threw all his weight in favor
of a quick Syrian disengagement
A clearcut decision must be
taken. Obviou-ly the decision is
not an easy one. Since independ
ence Syria was always torn be-
tween the Fertile Crescent and
Arson Strikes
In Jerusalem
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Three Christian institutions were
badly damaged by fires set by
arsonists here.
Police investigating the attacks
indicated they were probablv the
work of Jewish religious zeabt'
hostile to Christians and partic
ularly to alleged missionary ac
tivities.
The acts were promptly de
nounced by Mayor Teddy Kollek
and by Dr. Zerach Warhaftig
minister tr religious affairs.
NO ON*1" was hurt in the firer
that were t at the Baptist Com
munity t and Bookstore ir
downtow- Wusalem; the House
of Zion :tute. and the Swed
ish Thecl leal Institute.
The 1>' r is run by the Swed
ish chur h ^nd offers six-month
course* thcoiogy students
from Sc nii.
Book a destroyed in the
Baptist r
The I hit was the House
of aor i'c. run by Charlc
Kop. Pi-'Dl iCOBtalist from Lo:
Angelr h is suspected of
mjjsjn- ities. Hundreds of
Bible books were re
ported
KOP WHO has lived in Israel
scveji .-. (.'nits that "when
God's' we turn to people
who aim! sly in the
street >luce them to
Jesus.'
I Va
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histoi
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the Egyp ian beha\ r a~ prooJ
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is brother whenevi r it
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r.e to
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a move I
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all water sports, nearby championship golf
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lights graciously prepared by our Euro-
pean chefs de cuisine.
See your favorite travel agent. He'll tell
you how to discover Balmoral Country,
or write for full color brochure describing
the various 3/7 night Balmoral Holidays
that are available.

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BALMORAL
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HOTEL
Nassau, Bahamas
ftofcyon BALMORAL BEACH HOTEL
1740 Broadway. New York, N.Y. 10019 212/765-5630
25 S.E. Second Ave., Miami. Fla. 33131 305/371-6301
Please send brochures and rates for the Halcyon Balmoral Beach
Hotel Sun Swept Holidays. Also other Halcyon Hotels.
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Pacre !5-C
We are pleased to announce
the Opening of
quarts
* between the Ocean
and the Lake
Welcome to
... an exceptional condominium value.among
the 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 accent is on design. Design which
complements the sea and the island's tropical
landscape.
There is peace. And seclusion. And an atmos-
phere which beckons you to stroll along the
uncrowded seashore.
Aquarius. Truly a superior condominium
residence.
... You live in a serene, unconeested area of
private Singer Island villas and estates. Just
steps 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
suited to Gold Const living at its finest. An
outdoor swimming pool, a party kitchen for
entertaining, sun rooms for those lazy days,
and more all available at your leisure. You
may choose an unhurried morning along the
clean, private, white-sand beach. Or nearby.
Palm Beach County offers for your pleasure
half a hundred golf cour-.es. exceptional
fishing and water sports, ana cultural activi-
ties which are widely acclaimed.
...Your large, handsomely-appointed apart-
ment is equipped with every convenience.
Living space is ample. The de'-ien end the
craftsmanship are a source of pleasure and
prijie.
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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 wi'.h hand spray-
ers and swivel mixture control faucets ... de-
luxe ranges with self-cleaning ovens ... side-
by-side refrigerator/freezers deluxe dish-
iers... deluxe kitchen cabinets... all in
addition to standard Aquarius features in other
apartments.
The Mode!
Apartments of
Vtonbs
CONDOMINIUM
are now open daily
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
544Tj NORTH OCEAN DRIVE. RIVIERA BEACH.'FLORIDA 33404. 305'/842-?611
Environ Design Concept Richard E. Cole, Architect, A.J.A. Souttjlake Corporation.^Geneta^
North Palm'Beach Properties, Inc., Exclusive Sales Agent, 1421 10th Street, Lake Park, Florida 33403


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Friday, February 22, 19fl|
Somewhere people are hurryirg.
The Isaacsons set their own
pace at our place. River Reach.
Pam and Garry Isaacson take life as it
comes at River Reach. It often begins
with a leisurely breakfast on their
balcony, while enjoying the spectacular
view of the boats skimming by on
New River just Mow. And then, ma
out on their own boat for the day.
They love the whole idea of living
on an island. A scenic, serene and se
island guarded by a single entrance
2 i hours a day.
River Reach is just five minutes
from Downtown Fort Lauderdale. Thi ;
minutes from Miami. But in a lushh
landscaped residential area made up
mostl) <>t single family homes. Awaj ft i
the shadow ot tall buildings, the ma.
ing crowds and traffic.
Garry and Pam set their own pace
for living. And you can. kx>. For as
little as $28,300.
Gome see our model apartments.
The) are open daily. Step out onto the
balcony. M~\d imagine yourself living on
this lovely and quiet island.
Prime apartments, overlooking
New River, are going quickly, howt
so don't hesitate. Hurry on over to
River Reach now. So you'll be able
to relax later.
An adult island condominium with
2 bedroom apartments from $38,900 to
S |S. ((H). and 1 bedroom apartments
from $28,300 to $35,100. Immediate
occupancy. In Fort Lauderdale on
S.W. 9th Avenue, just one block north
ot S.W. 12th Street I Davie Boulevard).
Take 1-95 to Davie Boulevard Exit
I temporary end), then east to S.W. 9th
A\ e.. and left one block.
Phone(305) 522-6738.
RIVER IZQ2EH
This is not intended to be a full statement as to River Rea*
For complete deuib rcter to condominium documents aval*
to purchaser.


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