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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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T (Jewish Flloir idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 47 Number 9
Miami, Florida Friday, March 1, 1974
T.iree Sections Price 25 cent*
3 MINSK JEWS
Heroes Rap
Exile Of
Solzhenitsyn
LOS ANGELES (JTA)
Three extensively decorated Red
Army veterans j- all of them
Jews from Minsk have con-
demned the expulsion of Soviet
author and Nobel Laureate Al-
exander Solznenitsyn as a "mani-
festation of Stalinism in our
time."'
Those words were contained
in a telegram sent to Soviet Pres-
i ident Nikolai Podgorny by Naum
. Alshansky, Yefim Davidovich and
Lev Ovsicher. A copy of the text
was obtained by the Southern
California Council for Soviet
- Jews which released it here.
THE STATEMENT said: "We
vigorously condemn the expul-
sion from the country of the great
I Russian writer, Alexander Sol-
zhenitsyn, fearless fighter against
Stalin's crimes; fighter for lib-
i crty, for democracy, for the
rights of man.
"The exile of Solzhenitsyn is
a manifestation of Stalinism in
our time. By such an abominable
and shameful action, you have
Continued on Page 12-A
:
MAVOIt ALMOGI
AMBASSADOR TEKOAH
Artificial limb being fashioned for amputees who lost limbs
during the Yom Kippur War.
FULLBACK MILITARY-NOT POLITICAL
Soldiers are Pleased
To be Leaving Africa
i
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EDITOR'S NOTE: Fred K. Shochet. publisher of The Jewish
Floridian. is back from a United Jewish Appeal mission to
Israel on which he was invited as a member of the Amer-
ican Association of English-Jewish Newspapers. This is
Part II of his report.

By FRED K. SHOCHET
Publisher, The Jewish Floridian
Before we could even adjust to
the new time zone. Roni Medzini,
spokesman for Prime Minister
Golda Mcir's Office, called us to-
gether for a briefing.
Medzini took a hopeful position.
"Now, three hours and five min-
utes ago," he said, "Egyptian
forces entered Suez, and the
seige on Egypt's Third Army was
lifted."
THE DATE was Jan. 28.
But if Israel seemed to be mak-
ing the greatest number of con-
cessions in the newly-arranged
ceasefire, the Prime Minister's
spokesman wanted us to know
that in fact "we conducted nego-
tiations from a position of
strength, sitting as we were, very
close to Cairo, and they were
very far from Jerusalem."
Furthermore, the magnitude of
Israel's concessions was mainly
larger bv contrast.
THE "ISRAELI salient into
Egypt had brought Israel's forces
to within 60 miles of Cairo. And
they never, Medzini suggested, in-
tended to stay except as a point
of leverage.
"Before coming down here (to
Continued on Page 11-A
Kissinger
In Mideast
For Talks
POW List
16-A
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Secretaiy of State Henry A. Kis-
singer went to the Middle East
Monday try to establish disen-
gagement talks between Israel
and Syria. President Nixon, who
made the announcement last
week to reporters in the presence
of Kissinger and the Foreign
Ministers of Egypt and Saudi
ArabiaIsmail Fahmi and Omar
Saquafwith whom he had just
concluded a 90-minute meeting
in the Oval Office, said Kissing-
er's objective was "getting talks
started as soon as possible." He
described disengagement talks on
the Syrian front as the immediate
problem in the Middle East.
STATE Department spokes-
man George Vest said Kissinger
would visit Damascus and Jeru-
salem and other capitals in the
region, but did not specify the
capitals. It was believed that the
capitals. It was believed that the
latter are Cairo, Riyadh and Al-
giers.
Vest would shed no light on
the puzzlement of reporters who
recalled that only days before
Continued on Page 13-A
PERES CONFIRMATION
Dayan Says
He Won't
Join Cabinet
Meir in Plea 14-A
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) De-
fense Minister Moshe Dayan has
decided not to participate in the
next Cabinet despite Premier
Golda Meir's appeal Sunday, that
he "must."
He informed his close friends
within the Labor Party of his
decision, and it was confirmed
here by one of them Trans-
port Minister Shimon Peres
who told the Labor Knesset fac-
tion that he was authorized by
Dayan to convey his decision to
the Party.
PERES INTIMATED that Day-
Continued on Page 11-A
Golda Forms Israel's First
Minority Coalition Gov't.
Conversion: 'Who is a Jew?" 8-A
By DAVID LANDAU
And GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) Pre-
mier Golda Meir informed Presi-
dent Ephraim Katzir, and later
informed the nation on television,
that she will head a Cabinet based
on the Labor Party's 51 Knesset
seats plus four seats of the Inde-
pentent Liberal Party and three
of Labor affiliated Arab lists
(Progress and Development and
Bedouin and Villagers).
These will assure her new gov-
ernment of only 58 votes, less
than a simple majority in the
120-member Knesset.
THE ESTABLISHMENT of a
minority government with all its
attendant risks was forced on the
Premier on Feb. 20 when the Na-
tional Religious Party, acting un-
der orders of the Chief Rabbin.ate
Council, refused to join a Labor-
led coalition on the basis of a
compromise to defer resolution
of the controversial "Who is a
Jew" issue for one year.
The NRP's 10 Knesset seats
Continued on Page 7-A
DAYAN WITHDRAWS FROM CONFERENCE AS GUEST SPEAKER
$1 Billion Bond Issue Launched at Inaugural
More than 2,000 Jewish leaders from the United States and Can-
tda have convened in Miami this weekend to participate in the 1974
International Inaugural Conference for Israel Bonds which will launch
the greatest campaign in the history of the State of Israel.
The conference will implement
plans to initiate a new $1 Billion
Reconstruction and Development
Loan to be raided through the
Israel Bond Organization this
Jjear
5 FUNDS FROM this new Bond
"fcsucthe largest ever floated by
the Government of Israelwill
be utlized to ftrengthen every
facet of Israel's beleaguered
economy which was disrupted by
the Yom Kippur War.
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan,
originally scheduled as guest
speaker, will not be able to at-
tend the conference because of
discussions now going on in Is-
rael with Secretary of State
Henry' Kissinger on the disen-
gagement of Israel and Syrian
forces.
Josenh Almogi. Israel's Minis-
ter of Labor and Mayor of Haifa,
and Ambasador Jofef Tekoah,
who heads Israel's delegation to
the United Nations, will speak
at the dinner instead.
Their presence at the meeting
will focus attention on Israel's
critical defense needs and the
increased reliance on Israel
Bonds for economic reconstruc-
tion and development.
SAM ROTHBERG. general
chairman of the Israel Bond Or-
ganzation, is serving as confer-
ence chairman.
Alan King, celebrated Broad-
way and television producer and
performer, who has played an
active role in the Israel Bond
campaign, will be a special guest
at the Inaugural Dinner.
The decision to initate the un-
precedented $1 Billion Recon-
struction and Development Bond
Issue was made last month in Is-
Continued on Page 7-A


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Dayan Was Grim About War
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the weekend.
WHILE His assessment of the
1 in Sinai on
1 g proved overly pessimistic.
hi< remarks were highlighted by
news media as evidence
that the October war altered Is-
rael's altitude, eapecial
con
over the '"
that < ,!ie
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the editors
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to tl
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l 1 1 en evacuated "partly in
. :. in and partly
and that Israeli forces
ive to take up new lines
.t urd of the Sinai closest
1
He sai: forces w re deleg I
I jthen Sina, but
. t havi to
nned. This, he
would b.- "a very hard blow,"
we will ::
DAYAN'S WORD*. which
the Arab \> ''' "'"
lowing:
many implicaMon*.
obvio is: It ft
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we are 1 than th
halo of mij* rioi it>, tue
litical ai lilit-rj p inciple
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darc to
start a war th auld be de
has not been proved here.
I icr. ft'e will have
truth"
, pianm d ;n ap-
night 11
the pub! he true facts
orded
"w have to live
with the true facts of our life
with our own people, with the
American public, with the wor.d
and with the Arab*. We wont
rain anything from trying to
cover up the truth."
HE did not make the broad-
cast, however, because he wa-
called to resolve urgent militar;
matte -
u, nt of the situation
on the Syrian front was more
optimi tie and was bovne out by
subsequ< nt ev nts.
"I believe and hope that we
can i, s ria to a situation
where it will 1 t cease firing
End will not I etive fire
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at Jordan and
I-,,, a separati
eastern i.ont.
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Friday, March 1, 1974
Pjmisti ftoridian
Page 3-A
Editor's Kidnapper Anti-Semite
ATLANTAThe arrest of Wil-
liam Halm Williams as the al-
leged kidnapper of Atlanta Con-
stitution Editor John R. Murphy
tuned up some unexpected anti-
Semitic elements.
.Murphy, released by Williams
Saturday after the Constitution
paid Williams $700,000 in ran-
som money, said that Williams,
self-styled "colonel" in the
"American Revolutionary Army,''
repeatedly attacked Jews in
lengthy tirades.
AFTER HIS arrest, Bernard
Goldberg, a CBS-TV newsman,
uncovered diaries of Williams in
Williams' Lilburn. Ga., suiburban
home that had frequent refer-
ences to his attempts to contact
officials of the Saudi Arabian
Government.
The diaries also made refer-
once to J. B. Stoner. a long time
Georgia anti-Semite.
And on the bumper of Wil-
liams' pickup truck which was i
pai ked outside his home was a
sticker reading Oil Yes. Jews
No."
The bumper sticker is printed
by the National States Rights
Party, an extreme right-wing or-
ganization.
Tunisians Feel Threatened
I NEW YORKJews ;n Tunisia
fee! that the recent abortive
projected union of that country
with Libya constituted a threat
to their safety, a report by the
American Jewish Committee re-
leased here direloses.
THE REPORT, prepared by the
European office of the human
relations agency, declares that
although the merger of the two
countries that was agreed upon
seems to have fallen through, the
mere prospect of the plan or the
possibility of its future revival
is a menace to the 7.000 Jews re-
maining in' that North African
State.
Above all, the report continues,
the 7.000 Tunisian Jews "want to
have nothing to do with a state
in which (Libyan dictator Muam-
man el-Qaddafi may have the
lea~t thing to Bay."
"? -& t":
Dr. Gordis Appointed
NEW YORKDr. Robert Gor-
dis has been appointed Meyer
and Fannie Rapaport Professor
in the Philosophies of Religion
at the Jewish Theological Sem-
ina.y of America. He will be as-
suming the new post in addition
to the one he now hoids as Pro-
fessor of Bible.
6 & if
Kill the Vacuum
WASHINGTON Religious,
civic and citizens groups were
urged here to "help fill the vac-
uum of moral leadership created
toy the Watergate disaster" and,
at the same time, to "seize the
unexpected opportunity of the
moment to secure significant fed-
eral legislative solutions to neg-
lected social problems in Amer-
ican life."
ALBERT VORSPAN, director
of Social Action, Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations, call-
ed upon the Jewish community
to join the old civil rights coali-
tion of the 80's composed of
religious, ethnic and labor organ-
izations as a "social conscience"
ta>k force to bring about "effec-
tive and badly needed" domestic,
social and economic programs.
He believed that such public
opinion pre.-sure coupled with
President Nixon's needs to con-
ciliate the Congress in the light
Dr. Haber Speaker
Dr. Leona d Haber, psycholo-
gist, will be guest speaker before
ngton Ave.. Thursday, March 7.
j)r.; Abraham Wolfson is founder
ind director of the forum and
Arnold Kleiner sc:ves as chair-
of Watergate makes this the "ap-
propriate time to act."
ft & f"r
Calling on Islam
NEW YORKThe American
Jewish Committee has called on
Moslem leader: to repudiate re-
cent anti-Semitic statements by
some Islamic leaders and sn ad-
vance the chances of peace in the
Middle East.
In a cable tr Pakistan's Presi-
dent Zulfikar All Bhutto, host for
a meeting of Moslem heads of
state and other governmental
leaders, Elmer L. Winter, presi-
dent, and Bertram H. Gold, ex-
ecutive vice president of the
American Jewish Committee, de-
clared that "there can be no
justification for racial and re-
ligious anti-Semitism which con-
stitute a flagrant violation cf the
moial and spiritual traditions of
the Torah and the Koran reveal-
ed through the prophet Moham-
med."
KING FAISAL, of Saudi
Arabia, was recently reported to
have charged Jews with having
"deviated from the t ruths of
Moses" and of having "attempted
to murder Jesus Christ because
they do not want the dmetives
of God to be achieved."
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Friday, March 1, 1974
Gen. Dayan Opts Out
Israel Defense Minister Moshe Dayan's refusal to join i
Piime Minister Golda Meir's minority coalition is a sensa-
tional statement on the tone of Israel's political condition
today.
Speculation about Dayan's refusal branches off into
many directions. One is that he has been deeply hurt by
criticism directed against him that he is responsible for
Israel's "inconclusive" showing in the Yom Kippur War.
But being hurt is a luxury that "neither a politician nor
a general can afford. And since Dayan is both, it would
appear that other reasons than this one are behind his
refusal.
Dayan's own statement that he would not serve in a
coalition that refuses to take into its ranks the successful
Likud Opposition successful in the sense that Likud at-
tracted so many votes in the Dec. 31 election seems to
hit the mark with a greater sense of political meaning.
SI Billion Bond Issue
Whatever the reasons or reasons, South Florida is
especially lucky that the Israel Bond Inaugural Conference
is being staged on Miami Beach.
But the Inauqural Dinner will now be deprived of hear-
ing Gen. Dayan as gufst speaker as it launches its
new S! Billion Israel Bond Issue.
We are nc! certain that Dayan would have said much
here that would help us understand the real fine points
behind his decision, asuming Premier Meir had not been
able to coax him back into her coalition by then.
Still, those who will attend would surely have been
given a greater insight into the General's decision had he
come.
But in the end, the Inaugural Dinner's function is net to
serve as a platform for internal Israeli politics, however
sensational they may be these days.
In the end, the purpose is to gird American and world
Jewry for the task of meeting Israel's post-war economic
needs and to learn about the pivotal role the new SI Billion
Issue will play in meeting these needs.
And that, Israel's Minister of Labor and Mayor of Haifa
Joseh Almogi, and Ambassador Yosef Tekoah, who heads
Israel's delegations to the United Nations, are marvelously
qualified to do.
And so, we salute the Israel Bond Inaugural Confer-
ence and its deliberations here, and we join South Florida
in welcoming Almogi and Ambassador Tekoah to our
community.
Age of Political Violence
The capture of William Halm Williams, alleged abduc- ;
tor of Atlanta Constitution Editor John R. Murphy, sounds :
the alarm for the American Jewish community.
Williams is a frank anti-Semite, who attacked Jews at
length during his incarceration of Murphy.
In addition, police have found entries in Williams'
diary that show he made repeated attempts to establish I
liaison with officials of Saudi Arabia. I
Perhaps most ominous of all, he drove around with a
bumper sticker on one of his cars reading, "Oil Yes, Jews,
No."
There may be no link between Williams' "Revolution-
ary Army" and the "Symbionese Liberation Army" behind
the kidnapping of Patricia Hearst in San Francisco.
But both are dedicated to overthrowing the American
social system. Both profess ties either to Arabs or Africans.
In either case, both are necessarily anti-Israel and
anti Semitic.
The "Revolutionary Army" may have found its end
with the capture of Williams. Perhaps that will be the end
of the "Symbionese too, once the Hearst case is sattled.
But like the age of hijacking, the newer age of political j
violence is upon us, and Jews will most certainly be among
its victims.
Art is More Than Politics
WRITERS arc often political.
" but the trick is to get the
politicians interested in them;
otherwise, they go on in endless
harrangucs with little or no ef-
fect. .
Norman Mailer is an example
of such a writer. His journalism
arouses large amounts of public
excitement, but essentially, he
chances nothing
ALEXANDER Solzhenitsyn is,
of course, the opposite side of
the coin. He is not only political,
but he has succeeded in exciting
the active animosity of the So-
viet political hierarchy.
I am not sure that he will
change anything cither, but his
Mindlin
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brand of public excitement has
meaning precisely because it chal-
lenges the power structure to
move if only against him.
It escapes the effete intellect-
ual parlor game of espousing rev.
olutionary causes long distance
IT SHAKES the very funda.
tionstone of sanctimonious Soviet
moralising by_. charging the self.
professed Muscovite "liberators"
with being oppressors.
The result is that the whole so-
called "free" world, Including the
effete intellectuals in their par-
lors, who in other days would
have sat in stony silence, now
rises up to brand the Russians,
for what they are.
It is one thing when the dancer
Panov strikes because he would
like to leave for Israel Trie
has come to expect charges of
oppression from Jews.
IT IS quite another when a
Gentile, and a Nobel laureate to
boot, does the very same tl
The world does not expei
from him and is therefore con-
firmed in what the countless
Panovs before him have said all
along.
But however courageous an act
Solzhenitsyn has performed, the
act itself must not escape two
considerations.
One is that Solzhenitsyn is not
a great writer at all. He may have
hit the Kremlin politicians where
they hurt the hardest, but that
does not make him the world's
leading literary light, or the S
viet Union's, or anybody else's
HE IS not an outstanding |
line uninformed conuw
tors have called him he
fact not a poet at all. And
only a mediocre novelist.
D '. Clark If. Emery, prof
of Englisn literature at the I
versity of Miami, the atuh
definitive works on some of the
major writers of the twe
century, observes that ''Solzhen-
itsyn has yet to write a
book."
My reference to Norman M
at the outset was delibi
There is more than a.pasjin
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COMMENT
->.J -. *M*fJBJBJ
With my track record. I could
hardly pretend to be unconcerned
about the need to provide camp
scholarships for needy children.
My recollection is that I once did
a controversial column about a
lavish Bar Mitzvah in which I
contrasted the money spent for
it at a time when some of us
were pleading for small dollars
to help such kids. Quite a few
people were upset about that one.
It is difficult for me. however,
to shed a tear for those who
stage "Las Vegas" nights on be-
half of charity, or anything else.
Somehow I do not feel that as
long as one YMHA official is in
jail, I am not free, although I
hardly approve of jail terms for
those who were caught in the
well-publicized raid two weeks
ago on our community's Jewish
Center.
GAMBLING is one of the vices
about which I have always had a
positively un-Jewish feeling. Years
of study and investigation as a
newspaperman led me to the con-
clusion that it not only corrupted
society but, in most cases, had a
demoralizing effect on those en-
gaged in the process even on an
amateur level.
I would suggest that I have a
streak of Puritanism about this
that was helped along by the
hypocrisy with which our society
has confronted the matter. As
Billy Graham said up in Fort
Lauderdale a short whil ago.
"There is a little bit of Water-
gate in everybody" and, thus.
"We're all guilty."
The 'Y' incident reminds me of
a Grand Jury presentment follow
ing a series of articles I wrote in
the late forties about New Jer-
sey gambling. It began with th >
modest statement. "Babes in the
woods though we are" anr> wound
up condemning bingo players.
THIS IS about par for the
course, as the sheriff's deputies
proved in moving in on the
YMHA and its impressive gaming
paraphernalia, while they leave
untouched the omnipresent book-
ies, not to say the churches, syna-
gogues, Elks, Moose, etc. which
conduct "Las Vegas" nights as
a matter of course and are not
raided. I don't think that any-
thing but some stupidity, equally
divided between the Y' and the
law. was involved here.
On the other hand, the inci-
dent points up a condition in
Jewish fund-raising (or any other,
for that matter, only I'm Jewish)
that I find unappealing. It's a
cop-out for proper giving to buy
a raffle, even if it was for $100
on a Cadillac when that fad was
prevalent, and raises any number
of ethical and moral questions
which should inhibit synagogues,
at least, if not the YMHA.
I do not mean to put down the
*Y' as not being required to look
to Jewish ethics for guidance but
surely it is incumbent upon re
ligious institutions to stand
above the crass materialism that
gambling represents.
IT IS LIKELY that many syn-
agogues could not survive or
their camp funds thrive with-
out bingo and other more sophis-
ticated gambling activities.
Several years ago, disturbed
by the acts of a few synagogues
liv EDWARD COHEN
one conducted a national bas
ball pool the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations set
up standards in respect to gam-
bling. While there was no real
effort a', policing these standard-.
several congregations were quiet
ly dropped as affiliates becau.-e
they persisted.
Not being of particular scholar
ly renown (as some rabbis have
attested to in letters to the edt
tors) in Jewish sources, I gather
that we take a liberal view of
gambling if only on the evidence
that so many of us participate
However. I did find one tale to
support my view:
NO MATTER how many times
a certain Torah scroll was cor-
rected, errors were always being
found in it. Taken and shown to
the Baal Shem Tov, he discov
ered that it had been paid for
with "rake off money" from a
gambling establishment, (and that
was around 1740!). The wise man
said, therefore, that no matter
how many times it was corrected
it would be forever unfit, consid
ering the unsavory source.
That seems kind of rough com
ment on what is. at worst, a petty
thing. I feel strongly, however,
that if we are to have a mean
ingful Jewish community we must
educate our leadership and our
people to better ways of giving
camo scholarships than the rattle
of dice, the spin of a wheel or
the turn of a card.
Perhaps the fear of a police
whistle and the bad publicity fe*
the Jewish community will Jecus
attention on a condition which i'
overdue for reform.

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Fnaoy, March 1, 1974
fJenisti Utridfiatn
Pag9 5-A
U.S. Laureates Press for Freedom of POWs
BRUSSELS CONFAB ISA
NEW YOKK (JTA) Fif-
teen American Nobel Laureates
and other academicians and prom
inent figures in the world of arts
and letters sent statements of con-
cern here to the International
Conference for the Liberation of
Israeli Prisoners of War in Syria
which opened in Brussels.
The conference, initiated by the
International Committee of Con-
cern, is tving held at the Hilton
Hotel in Brussels.
Statements were sent to Brus-
sels by actors Elizabeth Taylor
and Richard Burton, authorplay-
wright Arthur Miller, and authors
James Michener and William Sty-
ron. The statements by the aca
demicians and Nobel Prize win
ners declared:
"WE PROTEST against the ac
tions of the government of Syria
in regard to the Israeli prisoner?
of war under its custody. More
than three months after the Mid
die East ceasefire Syria continue?
to violate both international law
and international morality by
withholding the list of Israeli
prisoners of war in Syrian cap
tivity and not allowing Rod Cro;s
representatives to visit them.
"'We call ur>on 'he mvernmont
of Syria to remove this obstacle
on the road to a possible peaceful
settlement of the Middle East,
conflict. We join the millions oi
men and women of good will
Arson Strikes
Jerusalem
Second Time
JERUSALEM (JTA^ A
Jewish bookstore selling reli-
gious books and other material-
was set on fire Saturday shortly
after midnight.
No one was hurt, and there
were only minor damages in the
arson, apparently a reprisal for
the arson in three Christian insti-
tutions in West Jerusalem.
THE BOOKSTORE is located in
the Moslem quarter in the Old
City, a five minute walk to the
Western Wall.
According to Jerusalem police
the arsonist broke the store's
window through a decorated iron
gate in front of the store, and
after spilling kerosine through
the door, threw a match into the
store.
The place was set afire, but a
passerby win noticed the blaze
quickly alerted firemen. The dam
age was relatively small, except
for soef and ashes which covered
the walls; floors and ceiling.
Police arrested two suspects
whose .identity and nationality
was-not revealed. This is the
first time that there has been an
attempt to damage a Jewish store
in the Old City selling religious
articles.
MAYOR TEDDY Kollek de
noimced the.arson. "I hope that
.once 'the police find out who are
the arsonists in this last case."
he said, "we will be spared of
burning, of religious books in Je-
rusalem."
Pastor Robert Lindsay, head of
the'Baptist Center in West Jeru-
salem Which was one of the places
set on. fire last week, also ex-
pressed1 regret at this case of
arson.
The city and the Religious Min-
ietry already promised the owner
of -the Jewish bookstore to cover
the expenses caused by the dam-
age.
throughout the world in. request-
ing the Syrian government to sub-
mit a list of its Israeli, flrisoners
of war and to allow representa-
tives of the International Commit-
tee of the Red Cross to visit these
prisoners."
THE 15 NOBEL L.-uireatcs were
Kenneth Arrow, Konrad Bloch,
Simon Kuznets and Wassily W
Leontief. all of Harvard Univer
sily; Julius Axelrod and Marshall
W. Nirenberg, of the National In
stitutes of Health; Carl F. Cor
and Paul Samuelson of the Massa
chusetts Institute of Technology
Hans A. Bethe, Cornell Univer
sity; Max Delbruck. California
Institute of Technology; Robert
W. Holley, Salk Institute for Bi-
ological Studies; Arthur Korn-
berg. Stanford University: Emilio
G. Serge, University of California,
Berkeley.
Harold C. Urey. University of
California, La Jolla; and Eugene
W, Lamb, Yale University.
The statement was also signed
by Henry Rosovsky, Dean of the
Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Har-
vard University; and Jerome
Wiesncr, president of MIT.
THE BURTONS' statement
soid:
"We are deeply concerned over
the Syrian government's refusal
to provide a list of the Israeli
prisoners of war which it is hold-
ing and its denial of Red Cross
requests to visit these prisoners.
. Syria's attempt to use these
prisoners as 'political hostages'
is a cruel and inhuman violation
of their internationally accepted
lights and should be deplored by
ali men and women who believe
in human .ideals., regardless oi
their political viewpoint."
Arthur Miller noted: "For at
least 300 years, and in the Roman
period as well, the treatment of
war prisoners has been taken as
a measure of a nation's degree of
civilization. A reversion to prac-
tices reminiscent of the barbaric
cannot be justified by ideological
claims or strategic ones. Whatever
his or her political position, ev-
eryone laying claim to a hum.in
ideal must stand appalled at the
Syrian government's refusal."
JAMES MICHENER observed:
"A splendid first step toward res-
olution of the Middle East con-
flict "could be a declaration by
Svria stating 'he number, names
and conditions of all prisoners
held by her. The nations of the
world would applaud such a ges-
turc. All people would hail this
as an honorable act. The way
would then be open for the nego-
tiation of other crucial questions,
and peace would be closer. I pray
that the leaders of Syria will take
this step, for in common human-
ity they can do no less."
The statement sent to Brussels
by William Styron said: "Many of
us consider ourselves dispassion-
ate observers of the Middle East
conflict in which it has been pos-
sible for certain political and
ideological aspirations of the
Arab nations to make a legitimate
claim on our sympathy. These
outrageous acts on the part of
Syria do far worse than seriously
erode that sympathy. They stand,
in themselves as a manifestation
of barbarism that must be utterly
condemned by all people."
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Paga 6-A
Jenlsti ncr/dkui
Friday, March 1. 1974
Zionist Leader Torczyner U) Address Bond
*-- iommsi ara Afnrtimpr Mav
Gathering Here on Friday
Jacques Torczyner, intematian-
al':\ renowned Zionist leader aod
spokesman, will be a principal
speaner at an Israel Bond break-
fast spon?o.ed by the Zionist
Organization of America Friday
p* 9:30 a.m., at the Pontainebleau
Hotel.
The event is being held in
conjunction with the 1974 Inter-
national Inaugural Conference
for Israel Bonds welcoming 1 <
bor Minister Josepr Almogi of
Israel, whlcii etend will
launch an historic worldwide
paign for tlie sale of $1 Bil-
lion ::i n .. Reconstruction and
JACQUES rORCZYNlR
Devel>pmeni Israel Bonds dur-
ing the year.
AMBASS.UHiR Michael Arnon,
president anil chief executive of-
i of the Israel Bond Organ-
ization, and secretary of the Gov-
ernmenl of Israel; Rabbi Irving
l.i hrman vice president of the
7a \. and spiritual leader of
: norm -. of Miami
h, and Meyer Pesin, national
ZOA l-i- : Bond chairman, and
d< !'.: o: i'.- Jewish National
Fund or America, will be gue.st
er;
Among Hi:' other ZOA leaders
who will take par! in the break-
Arvevs Host Chicago Function
fast program are Mortimer May,
of Nashville, Tenn.. and Miami
Beach, honorary chairman of the
ZOA Israel Bond Committoe, and
former Z3A pre,ident; Herman
I.. Weisman. of New York, presi-
dent of the ZOA; and Hyman S.
Bernstein, of Washingic.i. O.c,
and Dr. Paul Hurwitz. of Chicago,
cochairmen of the ZOA Israel
Bond Committee.
TORCZYNER IS pn sently
chairman of the ZOA Administra-
tive Board, after havim: >erved
five consecutive terms as pre i-
oc in oi tne Zionist Organization
of A net it ::.
The noted Jewish leader has
attended all Z.onist congre si
41 : .' :i- a member of
the Presidium of the World Zion-
ist \ ms (ommitl e from 1953
to 1!
At the 28th World Zionist C-m-
'h d '<''< al im in 1972,
. :;t. wa eli ti d n embi r
Kothbtrg
Gui/den
of the Executive of the World
Zionist Organization. He is co-
piesident of the World Union of
Gtneinl Zionists of which hi
been .. vice president for 15
years.
TOK'.ZYNER recently was
er cted chairman of the .'.
ican S if the World Ji
Com ress. He also was a founder
and organiser of the Am .,.
i mber of Commei
w hich hi i- now a vie* pre
He > .i- .' foundin/
the boa (' of G vi nors oi i :e
Israel Bond Organizati in ai
:\ Trustee of the Board |
United Jewisii Appeal
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob M. Aryey
...
. at the F ml
H la Tu wel< m-
..
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I S8.5 total
of I,.. r Chicago
f<.. the first two the
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m ith ;:" Int
Inaugi e for Israel
. the
' i 1974
Prisoners Woni be Paicn,
Ambassador Binilz Declares
The fate of Is soners of
v. bi ised "asa pawn"
in the upcoming disengagement
:.. with Syria thanks to
i i itioi of 'die Govern-
ment ol Israel and the diplomatic
ian approach"'
c i S ere ary o. Stati Henry Kis-
singer.
This important statement was
made by Ambassador Si
Dinitz of Israel at a dinner of 3C0
I-.:,,: Bi nd leadi rs at the Fon-
bieau Hotel Wodn>
night.
MURRAY FRIEDMAN was in-
stalled by Sam Rothberu. Israel
Bond general chairman, as presi-
dent of the Miami Prime Minis-
ters Club.
Dinitz. who came here from
Washington to join in prepara-
tions for the hunching of the SI
Billion Reconstruction and De-
velopment Bond Issue, to be
inaugurated in Miami Mar. 2 by
: Vlinhter Jos h W
dec an 1 ra l's di mancto
oners of war
.-1 bef< i the
start c: n ons with Sj ia
on thi if I irces.
He based his statement on as-
surances from. Dr. Kissinger.
Urgi I fullest response to
the Israel Bond drive, the Amba
sador emphasized that now moic
than ever the c< ntinued strength-
ening of Israel is the key not
only to the prevention of war
;, to the increased cfcances for
b ause "only tiiis will al-
low Israel to negotiate with its
neighbors from a position of
strength."
SECRETARY Kissinger return-
ed to the Middle Bast Monday
for negotiations with Syria and
Israel
Ambassador Dinitz is also re-
turning to Isnel to take part in
tin ement talks.
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Page 7-A
Golda Forms First Minority Israel Gov't.
Continued from Pjge 1A
were essential to th-? formation
of a majority coalition. But Mrs.
Meir w^uld have losUJie part id-
pjtion of both the ILP and the
Bapam faction of the Labor
Alignment had she boned to Or-
thodox demands for a com-
mitment to amend the Law of
Return.
The Premier asked the Presi-
dent for, and was granted, one
week to form her ruw Cabinet.
She said she would leave open
three portfolios :'or the NRP
should it reconsider and decide
to join the government but indi-
cated they would not be left open
indefinitely.
IN HER statement informing
Katzir of her decision to form a
narrow-based government. Mrs.
Meir expressed "regret that in
spite of many efforts of the many ;
people conducting negotiations
it was impossible to reach an ac- j
cord wi'h the NRP because of the
'Who is a Jew" issue.
"I am sorry 1 cannot bring you
something more complete," she
said. It was apparent that Premier
Meir decided to risk a minority
government rather than ask for
an extension of time to form a
broader coalition because of the
urgency of impending foreign pol-
icy decisions.
U.S. Secretary of Sta!" Henry
A. Kissinger arrived in the Mid-
dle Bast Monday to begin a new |
round of personal diplomacy
$1 Billion
Bond Confab
Opens Here
Continued from Page 1-A
rael at the Prime Minister's Con-
ference in the presence of Mrs.
Golda Meir, Finance Minister
Pinchas Sapir, Gen Moshe Dayan
and other members of the gov-
ernment.
AMONG THE Jewish leaders
from the United States and Can-
ada who will participate in ses-
sions of the Inaugural Confer-
ence are Ira Guildeu, of New
Yoik. chairman of the Board of
Directors of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization; Alan Bionfman of
Montreal, national president of
Irrael Bonds in Canada; Rabbi
Leon Kronish. of Miami Beach,
and Leonard Goldfine, of Phila-
delphia, national coehairnien of
the Israel Bond Organization.
Julian B. Venc.kv. of Peoria.
111., national chairman for Re-
guns; naooi Irving Lehrman, ol
Miam Beach, eochaiiman of the
National Rabbinic Cabinet, and
Mrs. Jan Peerce, of New York.
National Women's Division chair-
man.
LEONARD IARIA. general
chairman of the Greater Miami
Committee for Israel Bonds, will
extend the gieetings of his com-
munity to the conference dele-
gates, as they meet here to find
the ways and means of provid-
ing the largest loan to Israel in
the annals of the Jewish people.
Rothberg, in discussing the
economic needs of Israel n this
year of decision, pointed out that
Israel requires the full amount
of the $1 Billion which will be
provided through Israel Bonds
to:
Expedite the recovery of Is-
rael's economy from the heavy
drain of the October (1973) war.
Expand the industrialization
of the country and maintain
growth in all sectors of the
economy.
Accelerate economic produc-
tivity for exports to improve the
country's balance of payments.
Provide factories and agri-
cultural settlements to open up
new jobs for Israels population,
including immigrants from the
Soviet Union and elsewhere.
Admission to the Inaugural
Dinner of Welcome to Mayor
Almogi and Ambassador Tekoah
is based on the purchase of $2,500
or more in Israel Bonds in 1974.
aimed at getting Israel-Syria dis-
engagement talks started. Mrs.
Meir and her Labor Party col-
leagues felt it was essential that
a neV'g&Ternment rather than
the old caretaker regime negoti-
ate with Kissinger.
But the view was expressed in
some circles that while Israel
needed more than ever a govern-
ment capable of taking clear, bold
decisions and seizing the diplo-
matic initiative, it has gotten in-
stead one whose dirlomatie free-
dom of maneuver will be circum-
scribed by the lack of parliamen-
tary majority.
IT WAS clear to everybody
that Mrs. Meir will need the
strongest possible Cabinet. The
determination of Defense Minis-
ter Moshe Dayan to stay out of
the Cabinet, although the Premier
expressed optimism that Dayan
would ultimately reconsider his
decision, does not strengthen her
new government.
The NRP meanwhile was in a
state of disarray and bitter re-
criminations were exchanged Feb.
20 between its various factions.
Except for a brief period in the
1950s, the NRP was always rep-
resented in Israeli governments
and had exerted influence, par-
ticularly on religious matters, far
out of proportion to its minority-
status.
But now it was clearly outma-
neuvered in what was obviously
a struggle to enhance the power
of Israel's Orthodox religious es-
tablishment. "Hoisted on its own
petard." said one newspaper
headline commenting on the
N'KP's recent tactics.
PARTY LEADERS who.have
been ready to join a Labor led
government on the basis of com-
promise on the "Who is a Jew"
issue were particularly bitter to-
ward their colleague, Yitzhak
Rafael, whose idea it had been
in the first place to consult the
Chief Rabbinate on the matter.
It became obvious, in the light
of hindsight, that this had been
a momentous blunder.
As soon as Mrs. Meir announc-
ed her decision, speculation be-
gan on who would fill her Cabi-
net seats, particularly who would
be asked to serve as Defense
Minister if Dayan refuses to re-
consider his decision not to sorve
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The Surfide Women's League
will hold its regular meeting
rhursday, March 11, at 8 p.m. in
the Town Hall. Candidates foi
Burfside GoutcS will be guest
speakers. Refreshments will be
erved. Mrs. Harry L. Cohen is
League president.
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Obligations of States and Political
Subdivisions................ 81,945,096 53,914,647
Obligations of Federal Agencies .. 8,053,560 8,643,313
Other Securities ............... 1.515,450 1.234,200
Total Securities........$161.683,939 $143,304.112
Loansand Discount............... 321.989.921 258.655.853
Banking House and Equipment...... 10,758,052 9,085.518
Accrued Interest and Other Assets 6,796.757 7,055.551
TOTAL ASSETS..................$590.943,090 $503,050,588
LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL
Deposits.......................$540,749,339 $461,121,711
Other Liabilities................. 7,230,945 4,910,396
Unearned Discounts and Reserves .. 6.777,607 5,175,798
Total Liabilities........$554,757.891 $471,207,905
Capital Debentures...............* 1.500,000 $ 1.625,000
Capital Stock................... 11.869,220 11,569,220
Surplus......:................. 12.070.000 11.520.000
Undivided Profits................ 10.745,979 7,128,463
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Conservatives Say All Conversions Valid
'As Orthodox Pull Out of Union
Friday. March 1, 1974
the Law of Return must bo
amended to read "according to
halacha" so as to insure that all
conversions should be made ac-
cording to Jewish Law, Jacobs
said.

statement said
NEW YORK(JTA)The Rabbinical As-
sembly, the association of Conservative rabbi"-.
declared in a statement that whether a rabbi is
Reform, Conservative or Orthodox, his conver-
sions "must be recognized by the Israeli authori-
ties if they have been carried out according to
the requirement of Jewish tradition."
The statement issued by the Rabbinical As-
sembly's Committee on Jewish Laws and Stand-
was the liites* development in a dispute
ning from demands of the National Reli-
js Party that conversions by non-Orthodox
, f Jews cominj to Israel under the Law
i f !(.. turn be rejected.
THE RABBINICAl Assembly
Conservative Judaism has always
ions be per-
nee with hala-
re do
|
n
for admi raei
But :
that
n qu
be n sed as ha ng been ful-
rcg irdl 'ss of w ho is the
officiating rabbi, it is not who is
involved but rather whether the
nts have been
met.
Activists
Phones Dead
NEW YORK (JTA) Harold M. Jacobs.
president of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations of America, announced here that the
UOJCA board of directors adopted a resolution
suspending the UOJCA's participation in the
Synagogue Council of America. The resolution
stated:
"WHEREAS THE Reform and Conservative
movement, have launched a campaign against
am sliding, the Law of Return in Israel to require
Glyur K'Halacha" (halachic conversion) based
on their fabe claim to religious legitimacy
through equal membership with Orthodox groups
in such agencies as the Synagogue Council of
______Amenc... the Union of Orthodox
Jewi.-h Congic-iati ms of A
there lives to suspen I its
i m in the Synagogue
Council of America forl with: in
e the fat
the Torah community has never -
granted religious legitimacy to de-;
viationist movements. The issue R00sevelt PythiaM Meet
of membership in that Council | Koosevel, Lodgc 177 Knights Qf
shall be reviewed at the forth-1 u meet Jwice .
coming UOJCA national biennial JJ, meeUng ^ ^ JJJ
convention in November. 1974. Monday, March 18.
AT THE request of the board JM ^ ^ J*^
Jacobs further announced that he 46Q1 w F]agler st
was appointing a committee to
review the UOJCA's membership
status in the Synagogue Council
of America and to report to the
plenary session of the UOJCA's
national convention in November
This action stems from the
UOJCA's position which denie?
legitimacy and authority to the
R?form and Conservative move
ments here and in Israel
It comes in response to the
recent attacks by the R 'orm
and Conservative movements up
on the National Religious Part;.
in Israel which supports the hala
position on the Law of Re
......!'>' conversions, n
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"WHETHER the rabbi belongs
to the Reform, Conservative oi
Orthodox group within Judaism,
his conversions must be recog-
nized bj the Israeli authorities it
they have been carried out ac-
cording to the requirements of
the Jewish tradition."
The statement added that "we
do vigorously object to the cur-
rent practice of the Israeli reli-
gious authorities who ipso facto
disqualify the religious ritual acts
performed by non-Orthodox rab-
bis in Israel even though they
have been carried out in full ac-
cordance with traditional require-
ments."
Calif. Rabbis
Urge Boycott
Of Far ah Co.
LOS ANGELES (JTA)
The Board of Rabbis of Southern
California has urged "our col-
leagues and members of syna-
gogues of which they are spirit-
ual leaders to refrain from pur-
chasing" products manufactured
by the Farah Manufacturing Co.
of El Paso, Tex., one of the coun-
try's leading manufacturers of
slacks, until the firm negotiates
with the Amalgamated Clothing
Workers of America.
According to a letter sent out
by the Board of Rabbis, almost
25 per cent of the firm's 9,00(1
workers have been on strike fo/
more than 19 months.
"THE AVERAGE take-horn'
pay of the workers. 95 per cent oi
them Mexican-American and 80
per cent women, is $69 a week,"
the letter stated.
"Although the National Labor
Relations Board
In Moscow
NEW V( RK (JTA) Ai
the hung -r strike of threi Soviet
Jews in Moscom entered inl
fourth day. the Student Stn
for S i iet Jewry reported that
most of the phones of Jewish
ists m MOSCOW have beer,
disconnected.
According to the SSS.I. the hun-
ger strikers issued a statement |
declaring, "By cutting off!
conversation with the outside
world the KGB plans to isolate
us and minimize the meaning of
our hunger strike."
THE STATEMENT appealed
"to people who sympathize with
us to demand connection with the
outside world."
The SSSJ said it obtained this
statement by calling a Soviet Jew
in Moscow whose phone was
abruptly disconnected as he was
reading a statement to the Soviet
Jewry group.
Last Friday, David Azbel. a
professor of technical sciences
Vitaly Rubin, an authority on
ancient China, and Vladimir Ga-
latsky, an artist, began their nun
ger strike in Azbel's apartment
as "an act of despair and pro
test" against the Soviet Union's
failure to grant them exit visas,
according to the Greater New
York Conference on Soviet Jewry
BENJAMIN GOROCHOV, a
script-writer and film director,
was also due to participate in the
hunger strike.
According to the SSSJ, Goro-
chov is not participating because
he and his wife, Sophia, received
verbal assurances from Soviet
authorities that their visas will
be granted.
Hallandale Center j
Planning Holiday j
Celebrations
the ACWA as the legal bargain-
ing agency for the cutting-room
workers following an election, the
company has consistently refused
to negotiate with that union and
has pursued activities deemed un-
lawful bv the NLRB."
THE KOARI) of Rabbis, not-
ing that the ACWA has urged a
nationwide boycott of Farah prod
ucts, said it took the action to
refrain from purchasing the
firm's products "until the boy-
cott is ended" after its Social
Action Committee under the
chairmanship of Rabbi Sindey
J. Jacobs, together with Board
President Rabbi Meyer Heller,
considered "the circumstances
surrounding the strike" for the
past months.
"It has invited and received
Hallandale Jewish Center wril
hold a Purim celebration at 8 p.m.
Sunday. March 10. Rabbi Harry
E. Schwartz, Cantor Jacob Dan-
has recognized ziger and the congregational choir
will present a Purim program,
followed by holiday refreshments,
entertainment and dancing.
The center has slated a second
day Seder for Sunday. April 7,
starting al 7:30 p.m.
Reservations Tor both affairs
msi- be ipw'e at the lemnle office.
representations, verbal and writ-
ten, both from the ACWA and
the management of the company,"
the board's lettor stated.
THE DECISION to recommend
solidarity with the union boycott
came after these representations
were evaluated against the back
ground of the right of the em-
ployees to organize in a union
and bargain collectively.
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l
:,r
<\
OAOE COUNTY
sy
kVi
os required by the Dode County Code, to receive YOUR comments and re-
sponse to the
PROPOSED METROPOLITAN DEVELOPMENT POLICIES
PART 1 of the COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT MASTER PLAN
The METROPOLITAN DEVELOPMENT POLICIES consists of issues, gools and
recommended policies for the six functional areas of the Plan: land, environ-
ment,- population; economy; services; and implementation. These issues,']
goals and recommended policies were formulated initially by six citizen
task forces 1130 Dade County residents) appointed by the Planning Adviso-
ry Board. Following 80 separate work sessions comprising 2,500 man hours
of effort, the citizen task forces conducted a series of five workshops and
produced a consolidated document. It's available free of charge for your
study.
A public opinion survey has been prepared by the Dade County Planning
Department, and it's available, too. Call the Citizens Information Service,
377-5656. Following the public hearings and adoption by the Dade County
Commission, these policies will not only constitute an integral part of the
overall Plan, but will provide substantial input into its remaining parts, the
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION GUIDE and the METROPOLITAN
DEVELOPMENT GUIDE.
In order to preserve and improve the quality of life in Metropolitan Dade'I
County, it is important for you to participate in the hearing scheduled in
your neighborhood.
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March 6-7:30 P.M.
Hialeoh City Holl Council
Council Chambers
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THURSDAY
FEB. 28-7:30 P.M.
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10710 SW 211 Street
TUESDAY
March 12-7:30 P.M.
Miomi Beach Auditorium
Cyprett Room
1 700 Washington Avenue
THURSDAY
March 14- 7:30 P.M.
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Auditorium
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Auditorium
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THURSDAY
March 7-7:30 P.M.
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Friday. March 1, 1974
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Page 9-A
Miami Jews See Post-War Israel on UJA's First "People-to-People" Mission
40 South Florida Couples Take Part in February Mission to Learn About Jewish State First-Hand
A Chance to See and Know Israel As No One Else Can.
Rep. and Mrs. Marshall Harris < left > climb to highest military outpost on Golan
Heights. Sanford Susman of Miami (center) views Sinai battlefield.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stein i right) of Coral Gables pause at chapel beneath Western Wall in
Old Jerusalem
Federation's New "People-to-People" Missions
Jerry Isan (toft) of Coral Gables at Judaism's most sacred spot, the Western Wall.
Some of the jpung participants in GMJF's first "People-to-People" Mission, Jerry Ber-
man, S Mar*i Sadkin and Steve Elias (center), together at the Western Wall.
The People of Israel Need You Now.
, /7:5
A moving visit to a temporary military cemetery north of Haifa. Miamians Mr. and
Mrs. Adolph Berger, Mrs. Donald Reiff, and Harry B. Smith (right).
i a Mrc KnnPth Schwartz (left) of Hollywood stroll the ancient streets and bazaar
5 oS JerusagT Mrs. Clifford Suchman (center, of Miami chats with an Israeli
soldier wouncW in the Day of Atonement War.
Mrs. Malcolm Meister and GMJF Campaign Director Mel Schoenfeld (right) chat with
residents of a Malben. one of many residences for the aged and disabled supported with
funds from United Jewish Appeal



Friday.
March 1 1974 +Jml*ti fhrlcttar Page, 10-A
Se
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Reviewer Reviews the Twice Told Tale of a Jewish Mystic
miORE THAN two centuries
J prior to Mexico's securing its
Independence, Jews resided there
despite the decrees of the Span-
i h throne prohibiting any Jew
Or descendant of Jews to the
fourth Generation from migrat-
ing to this Spanish colony.
Mv book, "The Jews in New
Spain." has been declared the
definitive history of the Jews in
Mexico from 1521 to 1821 by the
world's most distinguished his-
torian. Dr. Snlo W. Baron, in vol-
ume 15 of his "Social and Reli-
gions Historv of the Jews.
THIS REVIEWER has more
than r caso.il interest in Martin
Cohen's "The Martvr" (Jewish
Pub'ication Society 17.96, 357 pp.)
since the martyr of whom he
writes is also the subject of my
book. "The Enlighteneo: The
Writings of Luis de Carvajal, El
Mow," and chapters in other of
my books, e.g., "The Jews in New
Spain."
While residing in Mexico at
h^ requesl I secured for Rabbi
Cohen, films of Inquisition docu-
ments that I had suggested he
should read.
In one of his letters to me. he
admitted that those New Chris-
tians who were sincere in their
Judaism "could be and should be
called Jews."
IT IS difficult to reconcile the
position which he now holds that
the Judaism of the colonial Mar-
ranos. or conversos, or New Chris-
tians, is unquestionable. In spite
of this position, he uses terms
nA as Jew and secret Jew when
refi rring to th?m.
This denial of full Judaism to
the Inquisition-plagued grouo in
the !h and 17 centuries is not
thou ht valid by such ouMand-
hi torical and not-d figures
io W. Baron, Haim Bemart.
Cecil Roth, I- S. Revah, Richard
i; Greenleaf. Abram L. Sachar,
Biid ItehaV Bar-Lcwaw.
E\ni OF these men wrote in
a praiseworthy vein of "The En-
lightened." Two universities have
afo adopted it as a text, and
scholars have used it as a spring-
board for further research all
accepting the bask view that the
"secret Jews" of that time and
r'acc were indeed practicing true
Judaism and were being burned
at the stake for that privilege.
Cohens book rri.ludes article;
which he wrote over extended
periods, a- well as generous para-
phrasing of the epilogue to "The
Enlightened." The volume adds
little of importance to what is
alreadv in print.
DISTRACTION'S IN the form
of extraneous or esoteric details
impede readability. There is also
>:


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J_5e*a/
This is Solzhenitsyirs Finest Hour
IS the sharpest
weapon ol our party,"
and the strong
Joseph Stalin de-
clared in 1923.
A half-century later, courageous Aleksandr
Solzhenitsyn. ideologic:!, inks removed from
Stalin, has with astonishing success, raised Stal-
in's aphorism to an awesome height, proving
print an insuperable weapon for freedom.
BY ACHIEVING publication of "The Gulag
Archipelago" in the West, Solzhenitsyn has giv-
en the world a new brilliant display of heroism,
risking his life willingly in his dramatic warning
to free men.
Quite naturally, he has won Moscow's highest
tribute: in their fury over his literary exposure,
the Kremlin authorities denounced him as a
traitor, branded his book "unfounded slander,'
and exiled him to West Germany.
What greater praise could he ask?
SEEKING SUPPORT for their campaign
against the writer. Soviet propagandists quoted
from a variety of critics. Most pitiful was that of
a Leningrad man, who said he was a Jew and a
retired military officer. He advised Solzhenitsyn
and "others who do not like to breathe clean So-
viet air" to go where they like with the assur-
ance thev would soon be forgotten.
Perhaps the backing and inspiration Sol-
zhenitsyn received from friends who stood with
him when the Kremlin made it risky, if not im-
nossible, for him to accent the Nobel Prize for
literature in 1970 will helo sustain him in this
present and more horrendous testing time.
His Nobel award all the more valuable
because his traducers barred his acceptance
speiled out the judge's praise for the "ethical
force with which he has pursued the indispen-
sable tradition of Russian literature."
At that time, he had given the world "One
Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich." "The Can-
cer Ward" and "The First Circle," a stunning
satire of Stalinist methods.
IRKED BY news of the Nobel award, Krem
I'm pacesetters floated a campaign of slander
against him. Solzhenitsyn suffered through this
season of futile denigration, observing that Rus-
sian leaders had built a kind of forbidden, con-
taminated zone around him and his family.
Although official records are obliged to
spell out his excellent record as a fighter in
World War II, he was destined to see Russian
officialdom berate him as one who glorified Ger-
man militarism
This was the same Solzhenitsyn who was
scorned by some vilifiers who, in their mad rush
to downgrade him. asserted that he had Jewish
forebears named Solshenlster. .
THESE DESPERATE detractors may have
concluded that they wounded the writer most
effectively by making him a Jew. If so, they have
betrayed and ill served their shabby cause.
For surely, Solzhenitsyn is Jewish in spirit:
his searing indictment of thought control and
prison camps and police state amounts to a
charge echoed by Jews everywhere, constitutes a
rallying call for a new demand for freedom in
the dark sea of totalitarian cruelty.
.

.,-
\^,arl No One's Hungry -- Rut the Prices!
Haifa
^HOPPING TO fill the family food basket has
*~' again become something of an adventure, or a
search for hidden treasure. We are assured again
and again by the authorities that there are practi-
cally no shortages. There are ample supplies of food
in the country, in the warehouses, on incoming ships
or at the factories.
But when we visit our local stores we never
know when we may find the shelves bare of one
item or another.
IF SOMEONE drops a rumor that flour will be
in short supply, the tale sprouts wings, and in a
jiffy all store shelves are swept clean. Sugar, rice,
edjble oils, instant coffee, matches, spaghetti are
among the items which have fallen victim, and thou-
sands of homes have presumably stocked up.
Little wonder that the lady of the house now
more freaucntly entrusts the rocr>onsibilities of this
search for treasure to the traditional family game
hunter.
Firsf Word of warniie: we must not for?et to
bring along our own baskets and bags. We are fre-
quently back again to the old times of twenty years
ago when stores provided no containers.
I RECALL that back in those days I once inno
cently walked into a store and asked for ten eggs.
The clerk pushed the eggs at me across the counter,
and I tried stuffing them into my pockets.
Today I would welcome ten eggs, even without
a box or bag. They are severely rationed, and who-
ever is lucky enough to be in the store when a sup-
ply is delivered may be lucky enough to get three
at the fixed price.
We used to do most of our shopping at the Su-
persol, the American-style supermarket. The shelves
give the impression of being loaded with merchan-
dise, but investigation shows what we really want
is often missing.
PRICES ARE not low. Less crowded is the
Zorchaniya. the Consumers' Cooperative, run by
Histadrut. Since th" Snpersol beean its comoetition,
it has been dressed un to look like a suDermarket.
But the backbone of the grocery business, it wou'd
aDoear. is Mrs. Bbttman, who runs th one-woman
entrepreneur grocery store up at the Mercaz.
an excess of ponifical state-
ments. Photograrhs of old docu-
ments used as illustrations are
illegible.
The Jewish Publication Society
should not have billed the book
as the account of an unknown in
view of the multitude of books
and articles dealing with Luis de
Carvajal and his family.
.Mortal Omowr
There's a New Kind Of
Educational Experience
SOMETHING NEW and impres-
sive has been added now by
the American Jewish Committee
in its attempt to strengthen Jew
ish identity and Jewish educa-
tion It is the establishment of
credit Riving correspondence
courses for home study in Jew-
ish history, culture and tradition.
The project is the first of its
kind in the American Jewish
community. The courses have
been designed by prominent Jew-
ish professors and distinguished
scholars.
THE ENROLLMENT is open
to anyone who completed high
- liool. However, the courts are
intended primarily for adults who
have a good general education
but through no fault of their
own are woefully low in Jew-
ish education.
It is anticipated that among
those who will register for the
correspondence courses will be
many who are active in Jewish
life, including American-born
Jewish leaders and social workers.
THE COURSES are of partie
ular value to Jews living in
small towns, remote from Jewish
centers and isolated from the
mainstream of Jewish life. Here
they will have a chance to re-
ceive a systematic Jewish educa-
tion on many subjects in their
free time time while sitting at
home. A student may enroll in a
course at any time.
He will have 12 months from
the date of enrollment to com-
plete the course. Upon comple-
tion, he will receive credit certi-
fication from the University of
Haifa which is cooperating with
the American Jewish Committee
in the project. The credit certifi-
cation will be recognized and ac-
cepted by a number of American
universities.
ORIGINALLY, the project was
planned by the American Jewish
Committee as a "Jewish Univer-
sity Without Walls." Formalities
have prevented the New York
Board of Regents from classify
ing it as a university.
It was, however, accredited as
an Academy for Jewish Studies.
Students completing its courses
will, in addition to credit eertifi
cates from the Haifa University,
also receive certificates from the
academy.
oUn\'ut OcAwarh
It Took a Long Time
For Coming of Kissinger
rpHEY WERE telling a few
months back the story about
the fellow who said if Kissinger
resigned, Nixon would become
President.
Now they are telling another
story. Nixon said to Golda: 'The
foreign ministers of both our
countries are Jews."
"Yes," replied Golda. "but
ours speaks without an accent."
THE FACT that today a Jew
is Secretary of State seems to
occasion no particular excite-
ment. It is not the Jewishness
of Kissinger that arouses inter-
est but rather his manner of
conducting the office.
Secretaries of State in the past
have been regarded as a kind
of stationary beings, something
like the plumbing of a house;
but Kissi"ger is mobile.
Maybe it's the Jewish back-
ground of Kissinger that leads
him to do so much traveling
Dr. Weizmann used to tell how
once in a small town in Penn-
sylvania, a Jew pounded his
fist and said to him, "Dr. Weiz-
mann. you have been traveling
around the world for Zionism
for 20 years. It's time you settle
down."
But Weizmann knew better.
If you want to sell a bill of
goods whether it's shirts, Zion-
ism or a peace policy, you've
got to travel.
AND THE fact that Kissinger
is an immigrant to the U.S. does
not matter. Consider Alexander
Hamilton. He was an immigrant
Thomas Jefferson, who repre
scnted the diametric opposite
of Hamilton's political philoso
phy, conceded the enormous in
fluence of Hamilton in shaping
the country.
He was a colossus in himself,
said Jefferson. The fact seems
to be that Hamilton was able
to do so much to bring about
the Union just because he was
an immigrant and not native
born. The native born were too
conscious of their individual
states.
Hamilton, with the outlook of
the immigrant, could, unhamp
red by these local loyalties, see
the larger vision of the Union
Hamilton was a member of
Washington's Cabinet.
JEFFERSON BACK in 1800
wanted to name a Jew to his
Cabinet, but was dissuaded by
Albert Gallatin, who himself
was an immigrant rrom SwiUer
land. It took a long time. It
wasn't until a century later that
Theodore Roosevelt named Os-
car Strauss to the newly-created
post of Secretary* of Labor and
Commerce. (Both were one
portfolio then.)
Lewis L. Strauss who recent-
ly passed away also was Secre-
tary of Commerce under Eisen
hower, and Henry Morgentb.au,
Jr. was secretary of treasury un-
der Franklin Roosevelt. Arthur
Goldberg had a Cabiuet post
briefly under Kennedy, and al-
so Abraham Ribicoff. That com
pletes the list.


Friday, March 1, 1974
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Page 11-A
PART II: PUBLISHER REPORTS ON POST-WAR MISSION TO ISRAEL
'Shalom Africa, Ve Lo UHitraof -- Soldiers Say
Continued from Page 1-A
the briefing)." Medzini told us
"I heard Die 7 o'clock news, and .
our soldier; were very pleased
to he leaving Africa and they
bled en their tanks and half
tracks, Shalom, Africa, ve lo
raol' 'Goodbye, Africa,
and we hope not to sec you
again.'"
Th? -' feelings in fact
accurate!] r fl9cted the popular
ii i ; thai tb Egyptian* had
me" startling concession-;
of tht ir own.
SOME <'!' ms would go d >wn
into the SInal within the week
an : see the line of withdra i i!
F^ypt ; in i I; pressed for
Fl Arifh to Sharm el Sheikh
th E Arl Ras M hammed line.
r Suez on upward, ei i
where ther would be si 'ns of
the n ic?d struwle
burned-cut tanks, rocket-launch-
er' ": -. moi Isi aeli bird
ware than one would have liked
to w"
F n in the Great B'tter Lake
1 ire : i> md ined carcasses i >
(i. o Ines 1. fl over from
the S Da War.
LIKE THE rusted vehicles
the Tel-Aviv-to-Jerus
highway, uvenirs of the 1943
War : I 11 'ration, we would e
laments to Israel's
young and unhappy history.
But th > point Medzini was raak-
. ine is thai Egypt wanted MORE
t than what she not. She wanted
"the cutting of Sinai in half."
Instead, she was forced to
agree to ",8 flood line (for us)
tne Mitla Pass (and)
Gidi Paw" In the south.
IF MEDZINI was hopeful, he
i] to emphasize that
the nov concluded withdrawal of
force- between Egypt and Israel
is "a null' iry. a [reement it is
not a political agreement ... it
is still within the framework of
the stnbilization of the ceasefire."
Furthermore, what were the
alternatives to accepting the
agreement which, despite its ad-
Vantages for Israel given the cir-
cumstances, critics still feel b -
frayed Israel's staggering sacri-
fices and her bloody victory"
Bluntly, the resumption of the
war.
MY WIFE, Sue. who accom-
panied me on the mission, and
I were within days to see the
aftermath of the war in military
hospitals and rehabilitation cen-
ters:
Double and triple amputees.
Men with pegs for leSs an0" nooks
for hands. The sightless. The half-
inciner.-.tod. The emotionally-tor-
tured who are these days being
diagnosed as "shell-shocked." a
maladv recalling the butchery of
World War I.
"You know." said Medzini. "our
figure now is well above 2.500
dead, which is for us a stagger-
ing figure. And we were afraid
that had hostilities resumed, we
would have incurred additional
casualties."
A QUAINT way of putting Is-
rael's essential tragedy in the
wake of the Yom Kippur War
a fear of incurring additional
casualties.
For the truth is that the "shell-
shocked." the emotionally-tortur-
ed, are not just in the hospitals
and rehabilitation centers.
They are everywhere in the
land.
Sue and I heard countless re-
ports of voung women who had
committed suicide, unable to cope
with the deaths or the basket-ease
maiming* of their brothers, hus-
bands, sweethearts.
AND REPORTS of expectant
A double amputee, his face still bearing th.3 srais C.1 re:
tat, poses with his ycung wife.
women, widowed by war. plead-
ing for termination of their preg-
nnneie- rather than to bring or-
phans into the world.
But Medzini wasn't playing
with words to prove that the re-
sumption of the war was un-
thinkable. In the face of a nation
in agony, he merely meant to be
measured:
9 Israel has withdrawn from
Suez, but her concessions were
not really greater than Egypt's;
From the beginning of the
negotiations, Egypt refused to
Israel's demand for a thinning of
forces along the cinni. Once the
safety of her cut-off Second Army
(50,000 troops) and Third Army
(20,000 troop-) was assured,
anted to maintain h r
full military presence there
1 men a id an i I 700
tanks;
$ In the id, '' jypt signed on
line an
lowing her only 7,000 men and
30 tank-:
\\ I (and mac-
ibl 'i .ill math to no I
eo session* was th i >l i
I) did NOT cut
. h ill i r Btarl irs, and
(2) h uon 11 rebuild the
Suez Canal and repopulate the
bombed out hulk- of Ismailya,
Fantana and Sue/, bodes well for
I ici in the area In the future,
tince Egypt would make no
, \ en .' e commil ments if she In
tended 'o resume a shooting war;
For tb it
Israel had been humbled, they
must come to recognize that any
concession from th" victor see',is
humiliating, and Israel WAS the
victor.
Bl'T NEITHER Mcdzini's hope-
ful tone nor anyone else's for that
.. reflects the Israeli hu-
i ondition In its proper per-
e today,
in terms of the ceasefire,
there have not really been dl
Fgyptian I iracli negotiations,
which gives added strength to
Eii tion that Israel do
n exist, The butting of h
iva' bstween Egypt's President
I Dr. Henry Kissl
and so the principle of direct ne-
tion, s> dear to the Isra Is,
i ard; just as it has
In the past.
The presence of a United Na-
i ,n- v i Force b stwe n
the two Bides ent of the
UN's role in the 1987
v ir, I the ong
, m
THE PRIME Hinisl '-
rr in hit ;':
I >r r mntry
e a r:'i' '.- re son.
I
]i th nat!on' v if suicides
/..v' -v no hi-
.'. n 28 thai "th < i ices o
stuff has ri in a ol I
if 33 to To pe
cerl Inly i ught I .
AND FINALLY, th
isive POW is-
sue,
\ Sue and I saw it, bra -1
Is truly very much sadder a I
far more somber. Th" bunkers
of the Golan Heights emphasize
tnis more than anything else.
NEXT WEEK: Syrian brutality
the ether side of Sadat's mou'h.
Dayan Refuses Pressure to Join Cabinet
Continued on Page 11-A
an's d cision was prompted by
criticism against him within the
l ab ir Party.
i decision e*me as n
b i bshell amid Israel's current
litical turmoil.
Dayan said only last week that
he would not resign from the
caretaker government under pivs
sure from his critics because that
would he tantamount to confess-
ing responsibility for Israel's mil-
Itarj deficiencies at the outbreak
cf Yom Kiopur War.
Hi said at the same tim?, how-
ever, that he would no; serve in
a 11 '. government unless that
rnment had absol.itc confi
dence in him.
APPARENTLY DAYAN was
convinced that he does not enjoy
the full confidence of his own
1 has been the target o?
bitter attacks within the Labor
Al nment. notably from Mapam
and Iti affi'iated Hakibbutz Tla-
artzi movement, but also from
various Labor MKs.
Many of them publicly endorse,I
a one-man campal pi for his oustei
conducted by a Yom Kippur War
veteran, Capt. Mordechai Ash-
kenazi, outside the Prime Minis
I is Office last week. The MKs
who signed Ashkenazi's petition
calling for Divan's resignation
were not reproved by the party.
Davan's move may have far-
reaching political implications.
The Defense Minister would be a
key figure in any Labor-led co-
alition government and his re-
JOINS WITH NEWARK MAYOR KENNETH GIBSON
Gotham's Mayor Beame Calls
For Jewish-Black Solidarity
NEW YORK(JTA)Mayor Abraham Beame of New York
and Mayor Kenneth Gibson of Newark called here for an end to inter-
group "confrontation" and a renewal of Black-Jewish cooperation in
obtaining federal assistance for the nation's ailing cities.
Beame. New York's first Jew-
ish Mayor, told 500 delegates at-
tending the American Jewish Con-
gress national convention ban-
quet at the Roosevelt Hotel here
that "the politics of confronta-
tion and conflict are no longer
applicable.
"I BELIEVE that more and
more officials and community
leaders will be engaging in a pol-
itic of conciliation and agree-
ment he said, adding: "What
will be missing from the new-
coalition will be the old need to
find a scapegoat."
Beame voiced confidence about
the future of American cities. He
said he was "optimistic" after his
recent talks with President Nixon
and Presidential aides Leonard
Garment and James Falk about
the prospects for increased fed-
eral aid to New York for narcot-
ic', transportation and housing
programs.
Noting that "We arc ent-ring
a new age of cooperation between
;he cities and the federal govern-
ment, and between the cities and
the states," Beame declared:
"The seoner we see that, the
sooner will Black and white
croups, labor and management,
Protestant and Catholic and Jew-
ish, old and young, and rich and
middle-income and poor groups
work together for the common
good of all."
GIBSON. Newark's first B'ack
Mayor, said that "as long as we
point the finger at each other,
the longer the true culprits can
continue their devilish business.
"I am here to join with the
American Jewish Congress in em-
phasizing the need for construc-
tive, interdependent and empa
thctic relations between the
Black and Jewish communities,"
he told the banquet audience.
THE NEWARK Mayor warned,
however, that "There a.e always
self-styled leaders waiting in the
wings to fan the sparks of dis-
trust, prejudice, bigotry, harm-
ful generalizations and violent
confrontations until they become
socially damaging flames." These
"negative social phenomena,"
Gibson said, "are created by un-
real fears and a false sense of
being threatened.''
Gibson asked: "Does social and
economic well being of the Black
community honestly threaten the
quality in the Jewish commu-
nity? Does the Jewish commu-
nity present an actual threat to
Black people? My answer to both
these questions is an emphatic
No."
fusal i"1 participate in the next
Cabinet c ild fracture Mrs. Meir's
Labor Party.
THERE WAS speculation here
that Davan's old faction Rafi
woaid pu'l out of the party if
Dayan did. Without Rafi. Labor
would lose its slim Knesset ma-
jority and shake Premier Meir's
minority coal tion.
Some circles expressed the
view that Dayan's disclosure of
hi- decision not to join the next
government was a dramatic move
to propel the Labor Party toward
a national unity coalition with
Likud.
Dayan has differed with the
Labor Party leadership's position
against a national coalition and
his views are shared by his for-
mer Rafi colleagues.
He refrained from pressing
them until now because he
thought the decision was Mrs.
Meir's to make and didn't want
to put forth obstacles in her path
toward a new government. Ma-
pam has made it clear that it
would not ioin a government that
includes Likud
LIKUD LEADER Menachem
Beiain apneared elated at the
news of Dayan's decision. He
told reporters at the Knesset that
Dayan's move climaxed the
crisis of confidence in the coun-
try.
H said it nroved that the La-
b-^r Party no longer enjoyed the
nation's suonort desoite its nu-
merical majority in the Knesset.
When Davan's decision was an-
nounced, the NRP was embroiled
in a "tormy internal session over
whether to accent a convromise
on th "Who is a Jew?" issue.
Aftpr hoarine the news. Zevo'iin
Hammer, a l-'der of the NRP's
"vwnfl 8>i*rd." proposed that the
r-art" ado"t a resolution refusing
to ioi" -jnv coalition "overnment
that did nt include Dayan.
Th VRP metin on through th* nieht and there
was no report of its outcome.


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Page 12-A
+Je*ist> fkridian
Friday." March 1, 1974
LEO MIXDLIN
Writer Needs More Than Politics for Art
Continued from Page 4-A
allel between Mailer and Solzheo
itsyn.
both are knewn a< novel-
ists, bul b >th a 'e achie Ing their
outstanding successes 83 journal-
ists.
ill r's Naked and the D'.'ncl"
comes dose to being a
ing novel. No fiction he has w r t-
ten before or after equals it in
quality.
But in thai strange form
known a< the New 3 mrnali n,
Ma:!, r is pe t1 is. Wl
"Armies of th Night" or "Prh-
r of s x." he has forg n w
pathways of American social crit-
icism.
THE SAME holds true tve Sol-
zhenitsyn. except that even his
most popular novel, "Ivan Den
isovich." is nowhere near as ">:
?.. "Naked nn i the Dad" because
it is parochial, political and po-
lemical. It is not human but
preachy.
Still parochial political polem-
ics are not the stuff of wh ch
Bl art can bs made, as other
to. from Shos-
takovich to Prokofiev, from Sho- (
]< kov to Yevtushenko.
APPARENTLY, "Gulu". Archl
. .'-i incredible journal
i kind of r--eari h thst the b"st in
tigative reporting requires.
But it is not creative literature,
should not be presented as
if it were.
in artistic terms, "Gulag" is
V-.,' equivalent of "Toe Sun
Shines Over Our M >therland"
(Shostakovich, op. 90.) and "Can-|-
tata for the 20'h Anniversary of
the October Revolution" kofiev, oi). 74, a puffy kind of
itriotism.
Except that in Solzhenitsyn's
hands it is a patriotism in re-
verse that criticizes Soviet so-
ciety for not being what Shos-
takovich and Prokofiev declare
Heroes Rap
Exile Of |
Solzlienitsvn
Continued from Pa?r 1-A
condemned yourself for a longer
time than his exile might last
You have condemned yourself
forever. You have expelled from
this country the honor and the
conscience of Russia "
The three veterans hold be-
tween tl.rm 43 orders and med-
als award d bv the Red Army
MEANWHILE, in New York.
Ji.'dah J. Shapiro, president, and
Jacob Kat/man. executive vice
president of the Labor Zionist
Alliance, recalled "the criminal
execution of Yiddish writers in
the USSR some 20 years ago''
and said. "We are thankful that
Solzhenitsyn has been spared
from deaf, or th- horrors of be :
ing imprisoned again "
They noted, however, that "the
forcible expul ion from one'; na-
tive land cf ,.ne seeking the free
expression of his opinion, must
be repugnant to all who cherish
human liberty and the freedom
of the human spirit "
The act of expulsion. Shapiro
and Katzman adiled is simitar to
the denial cf the right of free
emigration to ti:ose who desire
it.
i: to be in their beer-and-pretzel
polka.
THE TRUTH of this considera-
tion lies in the awareness thai
Solzhenitsyn's exile will make
him less effective as a writer.
Were h? rea'ly an outstanding
artist, exile could make no dif-
forf"e: in fact, it might even
elevate to a more incandescent
level the tragic nature of Soviet
oppression as he sees it.
Cut his real contribution is
gadfly, whose b izzing oppo-
sition loses its purpose at a dis-
tance. Literature docs not even
enter into this as an issue. It is
a .no-t as if he might have re-
mained ir. the Soviet Union with
out writing another word and
still he a successful irritant.
Which leads me to the second
consideration. And that is that
Sob-henitsyn mav have been ex-
iled fur being a Communist bad
boy. but that does not mean he
is no longer in sympathy with
Communism.
BY THIS I mean that we would !
bt wrong to expect him to be a
TV commercial for. say, middle
America starting tomorrow.
Solzhenitsyn's projected choice
of Norway as his new home
ought to tell us something about
that.
Norway's bitter ambivalence to-
ward NATO, the Soviet Union's
deepest thorn in its side, tells us
more about Solzhenitsyn's choice
of a home away from home than
Norway's climate.
In leaving Russia, he has ap-
parently opted for the enemy of
Russia's greatest enemy.
He has taken, not bourgeois
Switzerland, which saved his six-
millions in a scrupulously deca-
dent manner, but poor Norway
that seems increasingly alienated
from west European- ebpUiHism.
He has taken second-best after
the Soviet Union itsejf as the en-
emy of NATO ant: everything
NATO stands for.
THAT IS something that bears
closer vvHthina than ju,tme chap-
ters of "Gulag" or of a new
novel. These are predictable
as predictable as a Yevtushenko
tirade against American imperial-
ism.
But Solzhenitsyn's politics are
not predictable.
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\singer in Mideast to Seek New Pullback
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tions, economic and otherwise,
with couuUiet of that part of the
world."
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singer nor the two Arab minis-
ters made any direct allusion to
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omethin" will happen soon for
the benefit of the U.S., the Mid-
dle East and the world as a
whole."
Nixon did not respond when
asked by the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency reporter if he had "any
good news today."
THE QUES TION was prompted
by Fahmi's affirmative reply
when he W83 asked by a reporter
if he and Saquaf would have
"good news" for the President
when they met with him.
Fahmi and Saquaf said they
agreed with Nixon's summation
of their meeting but gave no
concrete details..
The President indicated that
Kissinger's trip to the Middle
East was at the express request
of the two Arab foreign ministers
who conveyed the wishes of the
governments of Syria, Egypt, Al-
geria and Saudi Arabia on that
subject at the Aral meeting in
Algiers the previous week.
SAQUAF, who addressed the
President as "my friend." said
the White House meeting was "a j
very good and constructive dis- j
cussion" and that "the President
summarized everything."
Fahmi and Saquaf said they ]
raelis anil Syrians would start
working on disengagement with
the U.S. actively participating as
it did on the Egyptian front with
success.
He said he was "pleased" that
"the U.S. will continue to work
for a permanent and just peace
for the benefit of the countries
of the area."
Fahmi and Saquaf, who arrived I
in Washington from Paris, met
with Nixon after a series of meet-
ings with Kissinger over the
weekend as they posed with the
President for photographers be-
fore starting their meeting they
were heard discussing with the
P>">ident the I.-lamic summit
meeting that opened Friday in
Lahore, Pakistan.
Tiie foreign ministers of 30
Islamic countries ai rived in La-
hore to prepare an agenda for
the meeting which reportedly in-
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salem" and support fdf the Pales-
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It is not known whether there
waj any fuithc-r discussion of the
Lahore meeting between Nixon
and the Arab ministers.
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Friday, March 1. 1974 .
ft
Dayan
To Stay
JERUSALEM (JTA> Sec-
retary of State Henry Kissinger
plans two visits to Jerusalem ar.d
two to Damascus this week, it
was reported unofficially lie: e.
Kissinger's initial goal is to
create a framework in which Is-
raeli-Syrian disengagement ta.ks
could later be held, perhaps by
military ofticials wo. king at the
lront, as at the Israeli-Eeyptian
Kilometer 101 talks, or at Geneva,
it was noted.
Meanwhile, the Labor Party
central com mil tie met in Tel
Aviv to discuss mem be, s for the
new Cabinet alter weekend at-
tempts to persuade Gen. Moshe
Dayan. the outgoing Defense
.Minister, and Shimon Peres, the
outgoing Transport Minister, to
accept posts in the Cabinet failed.
The decision bv Dayan and Peres
not to join the new Cabinet was
made final Friday night at a
meeting of the Labor party's Rafi
wing. The meeting followed a
fruitless session between Dayan
and Peres and Premier Golda
Meir and Labor Minister Yo-ef
Almogi.
MRS. MEIR made an impas-
sioned plea to Dayan and Peres
to reverse their decissions to
leave the Cabinet. "You have no
right to go," she said, at this time
when "I know that fatelui deci-
sions will have to be taken."
She said she well understood
that there came a time in politi-
cal leaders' careers when they
are tempted to sav to their pa;ty.
"Take back your mandaie." hav-
ing reached a breaking point"
under carping and criticism. But ,
he was begging the Rafi minis-
I i to summon up the inner
strength to resist this temptation.
While Mis. Meir addressed the
central commitsee of the Labor
party central committee. Dayan
sat in front the row. his head
bowed, his face inscrutable, as
she once more spelled out her
firm position against a national
unity government. Likud, she
said, she has the word "no" on
the masthead of its ideology.
Likud policy would prevent any
peace prospects and endanger
friendship with the U.S. She
could not say how long the
minority government would last.
ALMOGI, who initiated that
meeting, said later he feared a
possible split in the Labor Party,
but Peres insisted that the eight
former Rafi members would not
leave the party and would sup-
port the new Cabinet. One prob-
lem which must be solved
promptly, observers said, is selec-
tion of a new Defense Minister.
Mrs. Meir was understood to be
considering two actions: first, to
name a new Defense Minister
quickly, probably former Chief
of Staff Yitzhak Rabin, or Gen.
Haim Bar-Lev: or to maintain the
portfolio herself with the hope
of persuading Dayan to change !
his mind, while Rabin or Bar-
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kussels Confab Views POWs
out of humanitarian con^idera
tions.
SIMON'E E Beauvoir usually
associated with extreme leftist1
positions, said "It is inadmissable
to transform prisoners of war in-
to political homages."
Tii- conference met here be-
hind closed doors.
It was ca'.lerl by a committee
which included Ms. de Beauvoir,
mii'ician composer Leonard Bern-
stein (U.S.), Nobel Prize winner
Prof Rene Ca;sin (France), au-
thor Audi:' Schwartz (Switzer-
land), writer James A. Miehoner
BRUSSF'.S (ITA) The
rternationiil Conference for the
lion of the Israeli Prison-
; of War,in Syria has called for
international investigation on
lie fate of the? POWs and appeal-
ed to the International Red Cross
^Committee to intervene at once
to secure their release.
Two of the conference's or
ganizers, French philosopher and
writer Simone de Beauvoir and
League for the Iti-hts of Man
president Daniel M,.>ei-. later
told t pre-;- conference that the
participai' had no political mo-
tivations and had acted strictly
AnJi-Semitisni in Italy
Threatens Jewish Community
N"\V YORK(JTA An investigation by the American Jew-
ish CoVnjiii'ice's K'.irej-ean office has revealed a shaFp un3wing in
nti-Sfrtvtiiee hrm-Miiei-l of Italian .lew- by groups calling themselves
Anti-Zionist Committees or the Anti-Zionist Documentation Center.
The crmpaitrn has taken the
on the list is the synagogue, next
the rabbi and the president of
the Jewish community. There fol-
lows an alphabetical list of 105
person.-, which would seem to in-
every Jewish man, woman
and child in Ferrara, inasmuch ai
the total Jewish popu'ation in
the city i- estimated at approxi-
mately I2f>."
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form of 'h distriliution of 1 i-.ts
of Jews through th mail to Ital-
ian cit:e inciting the no.i-Jrw-
ish popu'ation to make Jews pay
for "thi..... id" perpe'rat-d by
Israel against the Palc-tinian;.''
THE AJC'.lMMITTF.E stated
that th- c'-';-."l 'tenes- of t'u
of Jew 'i I,ainc- indic.it' d that
the antiJewi-h ;i"u'v wnr en-
gaged "constant surveillance
.and up 'i'n'4.
In o'1'. insane'; the AJCorri
mittee i'>i. the I'-n have be n
sent "diia- ',] la .1, -vs who are
addressed as. "the accomplices of
assassin-
An "\i"e'rl re ids: "In solidar-
ity with the trug-le of the .Arab
people, a contribution to the com-
iron ca-'-e cf anti-imper'alism,
we pubF'h a short li-t of 7Jm\ I
UWfJQli i' iii 0oerat'ng in Italy in
the fiel is of r*?fitTes and journal-1
ism. The\ or b'ood relatives of
raell pillagers, accomplices!
h'v plunders and their
THE V IT \< K b> mail on
Jews i !' a,era h is been cspe
cially \ "I- .!.
Morris H Bergreen, chairnv.ni
of the AJConxrrttee's Foreign
Affairs r v.ni ioi. said: "First
(U.S.), and Lady Jennie Lee
The parents of four Israel
>,PQWs held in Syria described
their anguish and suffering a-
they have not even been officially
informed that their sons are
alive.
THE MOTHERS of the POVV.-
appealed "to the mothers of Bel
giiirr and the rc=t of the world''
to help alleviate this situation by
writing Syrian ambassadors to ob-
tain tin- POWs reL-ase.
Among the dozens of message?
received by the conference was
one from an Italian Communist
Senator, Cmberto Terracini. an.!
from former French Premiei
Pierre Mendes-France.
THE RESOLUTION adopted ex
pressed the participant'-' "anguish
le face of the moral torture-
ted upon the men's fami-
H ": called for an international
investigation on the fate "f th
P0W; and appealed to the In
ternationa! R"d ('<> Committei
in Geneva and all other int tii a
tinnal organisations "to intervej:?
at once in Damascus so as to try
and obtain the men's release."
Ms. di' Beauvoir told the pres1
conference that she had asked
tine Syrian Ambassador in Pin
I i lertnit her to me"! the Israe'i
1" \V- in Syria but had not re-
ceived his agreement. She reit-
erated her request for permission
to meet the men.
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I&i
POWList Being Readied?
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By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON' (JTA)
Secretary of State Henry Kis-
binger left Monday for his fourth
trin to th" win'- F^st w"th h'"h
hopes of helping to bring about
a Syrian-Israeli military disen-
gagement on the Golan Heights
and with the possibility that he
will meet Soviet Foreign Minister
\nrlroi r.rnmvlfO \n ClT-y "*
week.
Inder Secretary of State Jo-
seph J. Siseo. who is in the small
party accompanying Kissinger,
told newsmen before takeoff that
i think the whole atmosrm<"-o
r>< bnn more favorable" than in
the past.
BUT HE denied that Kissinger
has a plan by which to achieve
disengagement.
"We don't go there with any
pre-packaged plan of our own,"
Sisco sa.d. "We go there to lis-
ten" to Arabs and Israelis.
The Kissinger nartv soent over-
night in London wfiere tne sp.
tary met with Foreign Secre'
Sir Alec Douglas-Home and -U,
went to Damascus Tuesday.
On Wednesday it arrived
Israel where it was being ^1
ported Syria would giv, Kissjn.J
the names of Israeli prisoner/SI
war it holds and that he -
show the list to trie' Israelis I
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Section B
Joey Russell To Entertain
At Israel Dinner Of State
Joey Russell, beloved American
Jewish humorist, will be the spe-
cial guest at the 1974 Roney Plaza-
Israel Dinner of State at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel Saturday, March
9.
Honorees at the Roney Plaza
Israel Bonds dinner are Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Forgash, who will re-
ceive the State of Israel Masada
Award. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rud-
enberg are chairmen of the an-
nual event; Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Kleinman are serving as cochair-
men.
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Irving Jaffe To Be
Sky Lake C-C Honoree
Irving Jaffe has been named
recipient-elect of the tate of Is-
rael Masada Award to be pre-
sented at the Sky Lake Country
Club-Israel Dinner of State Sun-
day, March 17. according to Milton
M. Parson, executive director of
the Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization.
The Masada Award, commemo-
rating the 1900th anniversary of
the heroic defense of the fortress
of Masada, the last Jewish strong-
hold to fall in the Roman conquest
of Palestine, recognizes notable
achievement and outstanding lead-
ership in fortifying the economic
foundations of Israel.
Jaffe, a personal friend of the
late David Ben-Gurion, was one
ol the first Americans to contrib-
ute funds directly to the treasury
of Israel for the establishment of
the Israel Bond Organization in
1951. An active member of B'nai
B'rith, he worked very closely
With the late Eleanor Rooscelt in
the Anti-Defamation League.
Jaffe served as chairman of
many Israel Bone's and UJA cam-
paigns in his n-tive Five Towns
area of Long island before moving
ti South Florida, and was presi-
dent of the Loiig Island Jewish
Convalescent Home.
A former board member of Jew-
ish Charities of -New York, Jaffe
served on the board of the Hebrew
Sheltering Guardian Society.
MR. and MRS. MAURICt KUTZ
Russell, who has appeared in
many night club and hotels
throughout the country, is an j
acknowledged master oi fast-paced
routines, and is an accomplished i
vocalist. Presenting a combined :
repertoire of wit and music, Rus- ;
sell achieves an outstanding per- ;
formance hailed by critics and
audiences alike.
Russell, who has visited Israel
on numerous occasions, is Israel
Bonds chairman in Orange, West
Haven, and Milford, Conn.
Ml. ami MRS. C0tCf SHUtftn
a ft ft
Morton Towers Event
Honoring Two Couples
Maurice and Sarah Kutz and
George and Pauline Shaeffer have
been selected as recipients of the
State of Israel Masada Award at
the annual Morton Towers-Israel
Dinner of State which will be held
Sunday. March 24. at the Fontaine-
bieau Hotel, Parson announced.
Shaeffer, chairman of the Mor-
ton Towers CJA-IEF campaign.'
has been a long-time servant of
the American Jewish Congress, ,
and plays an active role in the Is- i
rael Bonds campaign. A member !
of Technion, ORT, B'nai B'rith, i
and the Jewish National Fund, he |
is a former board member of Beth j
David Synagogue in his native (
Philadelphia.
Mrs, Shaeffer, a life member of '
Hadassah and active locally in the
Morton Towers chapter, is also a
member of the American Jewish
Congress, National Council of Jew-
ish Women, and ORT.
Kutz, who is involved in the Is-
rael Bonds and CJA-IEF cam-
paigns, is a member of B'nai B'rith
and the American Jewish Con-
gress, and was a board member of
Beth Sholom Congregation in j
Philadelphia before moving to
Miami Beach. Together with his
wife, he is a life member of the ;
American Friends for the Hebrew |
University, the Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged of Greater
Miami, and Fight for Sight.
Mrs. Kutz is a member of the
V/omen's Division of Brandeis
University. Women's ORT, the
American League for Israel, and
the Morton Towers chapter of
Hadassah, of which she is a life
member.
Emanuel Mentz, customer rela-
tions officer for Washington Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Association,
will once again serve as chairman
of the annual Morton Towers Is-
rael Bonds dinner.
iOtl RUSSELL
Robert Russell, immediate past
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, has been ap-
pointed vice chairman of the Hous-
ing Committee of the Jewish Agen-
cy for Israel, the operating agent
in Israeljpr all
funds raised in
America by the
United Jewish
Appeal.
The Jewish
Agency's Hous-
ing Committee
proposed new
construction pro-
grams to serve
the needs of the
thousands of Is-
raelis, both new
immigrants and
longtime residents, who are with-
out adequate housing. The Com-
I mittee's programs are presented
i to the United Israel Appeal (the
major beneficiary of United Jew-
ish Appeal), in order to deal with
Israel's number one social prob-
lemwhich is housing.
Mr. Russell, president of Rus-
sell Anaconda Aluminum, Inc., is
currently serving as an advisor to
the chairman of the 1974 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israev' Emer-
gency Fund. He was recently
elected to the board of directors
Robert Russell
of the United Israel Appeal, and
his many honors include the Silver
Medallion of Brotherhood, the
highest award bestowed by the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews.
Mr. Russell's national and inter-
national affiliations include mem-
bership on the executive commit-
tee of the United Jewish Appeal
and the board of directors of the
American Jewish Joint Distribu-
tion Committee. He is also a mem-
ber of the board of governors of
Tel Aviv University.
Locally, Mr. Russell is a mem-
ber of the Florida board of gov-
ernors of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews. He Is a
member of the Council of Ad-
visors of the University of Miami,
a trustee of Mount Sinai Medical
Center, and a director of Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital.
Among Mr. Russell's many hon-
ors is the Prime Minister's Silver
Anniversary Medal, awarded by
Golda Meir to 25 people in ob-
servance of Israel's 25 years of
statehood. He is the recipient of
the American Jewish Committee's
Human Relations Award, and the
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courcg? of the beautiful young Queen and every year
we make end eat the threi-ccrnered pasiries r,3m?d for
the villain of the piece. These Hamantaschen are nicde
with hcney-sweciened dcuqh and filled wiih Sunsweet
Prunes, Sun-M-.id Raisins, copies, and nuts.
CCAR's u.>th Auuim! Convention
Scheduled March 13-18 in Israel
n -|.m<- '.':\. v Y C?"
and American Reform spiritual
,>.,..i.. ,: tin Central Cenierence
ol American Rabbis will develop
iK w pro rams aiding Israel while
"solidarity and
tor the peopli and Stat<
il,; ing i ; 85 h annual
i ntion, ">i i t!i 13-18 in J. ni-
e pai licipants v .
: L on Kroni h. spiritua
ol Temj le Beth Sho'.om.
,: Beach.
Ratobi -Ki oi i h, chaiunan of the
CCAB Committee on Israel, will
chair a special March 14 dinner
session at i'i" Knesset :ii which
the main address will be given
by Foreign Minister Abba Bban on
"A Jewish Ideology for the Jew-
ish Stale."
R-ibbi Arthur J. Lelwrld cf
Cleveland, convention program
nairman, indicated that 700 Re
m abbis aad saym ti arc ex
!. The laymen are coming:
iih their n.bjis on tours and will
,SO atierd c*; tain convention
sions open to them. The CCAB
mandate l i.i meet in I rai
ithin v fry si ven-j i ar period
heir last convention was in 1P70.
[araeli Prime Minister (Jolda
leir win keynote the opening set-
on Ala cb 13 at the Binyauei Ha'
tana, along with CCAB pie-ddeni
'.abbi Robert 1- Kahn of Houston.
.'ex.
During the six-day gathering
*>oth American and Israeli expert-
vi.l oxp'.oie various aspects of th<
elation.-!.i;> between the DiaspoM
ind Israel communities and thi
levelopment of Refoim JudaiMr.
n I-rael.
Pallot To Speak
At B'nai B'ritn'e
Annual Brunch
E ,\ b rt Pallot, Miami banker
md civic leed:r will b_- a gue I
,.,, ke B| the in Inflation of of
leers of the Broward-Palm Beach
,nc,] of B nal B'rith Sunday.
i ,, : nnual brunch Is scheduled
or [o al Holiday Inn o:
,li; Uude dale, 2275 state Road
I i ,i. and is expectei
over 300 members and
,. i-. ,. tiding !i> B'nal i< i itl
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with ta m< mb&i
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Ben Bush of St. Peter burg.
'io ida State As
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'Adopt' Students
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WALTHAM. Mm.Ten scholar-
hip, for students studying
aomics al B andeis University
been r sated by Mr. end Mr-.
,.,:-,,< !. Perlman oi Port BwHer-
md Chicago, Hi.
To b.> known .. the Louis L and
, a Perlman Tuition Scholar-
mics, the
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intent aca lemic year and five ...
.:;T4 75.
The Per;;-::;-: amil;
tifi; ii with Brandeis lot
Pi i'.' an .-
i lent'
an ad\i.ory grou i '
:. i .i
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laiion il W
Perl in i a pas
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boai h
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ibrew Universitj in
V. in
merican ORT, S
a ei. t-'loi ida Region, was ad-
ed fack Ross
i men b sr oi the facultj ;.'
I Con trunii) P;.> School and
mem ier of i iRT C iverleaf chaj
r, thai hei fir I an I third grade
udents had me social as-
. ice pait nts i Mellah).
ii lents have "adopied" an
:; i gi ; ni in Israel and write
i the child l.ke pen pal<. Every
udent, small thou, h he or she
cams the Minis needed. The
.an is for the children to con-
.: ue the program through June,
ting a chi.d for >i.\ months.
The ORT social assistance pro-
rani supplies th 5e ;i< eds
i an (.n\'V student, physical, cul-
urel ai d re.iiti u
The "adoption" program ha-
leen sanctii n Hdniok, school principal, and has
he app oval of the parents of the
students.
Pyfhicm Auxiliary Events
Ladies Auxiliary. George Gersh
win Lodge 196, Knights of Pyth-
ias, is holding a white elephant
auction sale Monday, and a regu-
lar meeting Monday, March 18.
Both events wffl be held in the
Surfside Community Center. Mem-
bers of the auxiliary presidium
are Mr*. Sam Horowitz and Mrs.
Francis Gans.
i >ael and serves on the
the B andeia Chicago C u! He U
:. trustee oi Ine i.lVj
\xtht is Ho<
:i member of the Co>
: i. .,.-. Both Mr. an
are graduates oi .-
e n l niversit;.
R-idition. Mi
been honored by ,
i. of a i1:. r v,
.: r in bi r of tl ti >
c 1 end v.
;
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Just leans'Teen Donr ,'t
Temple Menoieh Ma 10
a u-t Jean
held at Templt
Satur

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Hehre\i Academy
Plans CJA-IEF
Brunch March 10
A', the urgent request of Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, principal of
the Hebrew Academy, the officers,
directors and parents of the stu-
dents of the academy will attend
.. brunch on behalf of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's 1974
lombined Jewish Appeal-Israel
iiicy Fund Sunday, March
0, at 11:30 a.m. in the schools
i w Merwitzer Building, 2425 Pine
'ree D Miami Beach.
V, hi e 1 ving in Israel this past
ai Rabbi Gross was impressed
i'.h lite continuing needs in Is-
:ael and th.> Israels' courage to
urvive and meet these needs,
especially during the Yom Kippur
War, He has called this important
netting to onsure full community
a ticipation in the Federation's
1974 CJA-IEF campaign.
'.Now.'' said RaDbl Gross, "it is
iir.e to give of ourselves as Amer-
ean Jew-- We must support the
massive rebuilding task which is
IOW undei wav in our Jewish home-
tssd."
All officers, directors and par-
ents of Hebrew Academy students
ire ur-pd to participate in this
rmportint function.
Studying plons fcr the 34th Anniversary Luncheon
Temple E:nanu-El Sisterhood, scheduled for March
'.he Friedlcnd Ballroom, are, (lift to right) Mrs. Be:
Beloff, Mrs. Murry Koretzky and Mrs. Eugene J. We:=s
Koretzky is chairman of the festive event Mrs. Belcff is S:s
terhood pr:3:dent end Mrs. Weiss is a member of the
mhtee.
Mrs. Koretzky Is
34th Anniversary
Lunch Chairman
Mrs. Murry Koretzky has been
named chairman of the 34th Anni-
versary Luncheon of Temple
F.manu-El Sisterhood, scheduled
March 20 at noon in the Friedland
Ballroom of the Miami Beach
synagogue. 1701 Washington Ave.
Mrs. Koretzky's acceptance was
announced by Mrs. Benjamin Be-
loff. president of Sisterhood.
The Miami Boychoir of the Uni-
rersity of Miami School of Music.
>n of Musical Aits. w. .
'orni at the luncheon. The group
which appeared at the Intern
1 Youth Festival in Graz, Ku
in 1972 and was awarded 'he rat
ing of "exci llent." has arranged
.i sp.iial repertoire of oopular.
classics and Hebrew melodies fo:
tiie March 20 luncheon.
Working with Mrs. Koretzkv. a
rounder ol Mt. Sinai Hospital and
a cochairman of last year's Lehr
man Day chool Scholar-hip
dmu, wi.i oe Mis. Irving typen,
Futron chair-man; Mrs. Norman
Sehindler and Mrs. Herman Slegel,
ticket chairmen; Mrs. Robert
Fiank, decorations cha.rman; Mrs.
Murray Goodman and Mrs. Albert
David-on. door pne chairmen:
and Mrs. Arncid Oper and Mrs.
Charies Rosenblatt, telephone
ctunnnen.
Freeze-Dried Maxim Coffee
For Guests Who 'Pop In'
everyone l.k.-s to b
particularly when it e
iertaining in the home Bui
days like Purim often
friends and relatives "po|
in at unexDPrted times That's why
it makes gooa sen-e to have
Freeze-Dried CoMei
fingertips.
Of course, speed is
And ?ood cottee tiavo;
else. But because Maxim's is proc-
essed faster, more ft
lated flavor is locked In B
t.i add Freeze-Dried Mental L'oUe
to your Purim shopping
lii
is actually so rich and stror
he people who make it -
that vou u:e less in eveiy cup.
Purim Cornivol and Bazaar
At Temple Menorah Sunday
Temple Menorah's Purim Carni-
; val Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
[will feature more professions!
bootiis. rides and games than ever
'before, it has been announced
A wide variety of locally dor.at d
nv merchandise will be offered j
i! its "flea ma:ket bazaar" Bar|
:Mn hunters aie invited to com
early ami stay late. Tasty snat*
and food wi.i be available.


Friday, March 1, 1974
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Taking part in the ninth annual Mid-Winter Conference of
the Jciael Histadrut Foundation at the Fontainebleau Ho-
tel, at which Dr. So) Stein was reelected nationa; president,
ere Mr. and Mrs. Morris Newmark ot Miami Beach (left)
and Uzi Blcch of Israel, Histadrut's representative to the
American Labor Movement's Trade Union Council for His-
tadrut. More than 1,200 delegates from throughout the
United States end Canada participated in the conclave.
WILLIAM SYUt REPORTS
Nearly 83.5 Million Raised
By Histadrut 1 foundation
The Israel Histadrut Founda-
tion has >ai>cd more than $3,465.-
000 since the Yom Kippur War.
William H. Sylk of Philadelphia,
national campaign chairman, an-
nounced la t week.
The organization wound up its
ninth annual Mid-Winter Confer-
ence here With an awards banquet i
at the Pontainebleau Hotel ad-
dressed b\ Gen. Meir Amit. presi- j
dent of Koor Industries and for-
mer chief of operations of the Is-
rael Defense Forces.
More i i.2U0 delegates from
the United .slates and Canada par- i
ticipated in 1 ie three-day conclave
which inch led addresses by Rep. j
Ogden Reul (D.-N'.Y.). foimer>
US. Amba ador to Israel; Israeli
Economic Minister Ze'ev Sher;
Eank Leu mi ol New York presi-
dent Eiiezrr Lcrner; and national
leaders o he Histadiut Founda-
tion.
The rec i
nounccd !>
cumulath.
in the i
annuity t. ,
secure
Foundation
strong b
Stein of Hi
dent, assu:
reaching a
the fisca
1974.
Two Tu
, Mattering figure an-
Syik increased "the
tal of deferred giving
n of wills, bequests.
and annuity fund--
the Israel Histadrut
to $33,638,000. The
lining, said Dr. Sol
York, national presi-
thc organization of
: :il of $6 million for
\r ending Sept. 30
the Mid-Winter Conference here
raise a total of more *han $1,900.-
000. The launching r>f a Canadian '
drive resulted in $200.0(1 in con- i
tributiona to the Histadrut Ifort-'
gage Fund, which is seeking to !
raise $6 million for low cost hous- j
ing for Israel armed forces vet-
erans and young mariied couples ]
through the 8.5 per cent Histad.ui
Annuity Trust program.
And some SI70.000 was raised I
i) a tribute to Shimon Weber, i
editor of the Jewish Daily For-
ward, a New York newspaper
which is the nation's only daily
Yiddish publication.
Gen. Amit. who headed all Is-
raeli intelligence and security
ci vices fiom lt-o3 until 1968 and
led the planning for the success-
ful Sinai campaign ot 1956. an-
nounced a spectacular growth in
aus volume projected by Koor
for 1974. Koor Industries, operated
by the Histadrut, Israel's federa-
ion of labor, includes 65 manufac-
uring firms and is the country's
argest industrial complex.
Ladies Games Night
Kinneret Chapter, American
Mizrachi Women, has slated a
games night for Tuesday starting
at 8 p.m., at First Federal. 2750
Coral Way. Refreshments will be
",;i\ sessions helped J served.
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Purim Carnival And
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North Br dg
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. the hi<
I th"
' i Day Sehoo ill be held
5 p.m. ai
the North Branch B : d ns of i i
ich egationj 727
77th St, Mrs. J Uffnei
Mrs Alb rt Levy is a
ehi Irman of the and ba
zaar celebrating ie ish
f Purim, a one-day c\ >nt
i is sponsored bj the PTA oi
the Lehrman Day School and of
Temple Emami-El. Mrs. Sai
Lord is bazaar chairman. Mrs. Mor-
ris Bicky is cake sale chairman j
and Mrs. Gen.? Brode is special
events chairman.
All classes will be suspended at
the Temple Emnnu-Ei religious
schools Sunday so that students
and their entire families may par
ticipate in the program. Rides,
booths, kosher cotton candy, Is-
raeli foods, cakes and numerous
bazaar items will be featured.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. rabbi of Mi
ami Beach's largest synagogue for |
30 years, and Mrs. Lehrman wil''
ioin with the youngsters in cheer j
ing modern Mordechais and Es- j
thers and in booing Haman, the j
vil!an of the Purim Party.
Purim observance at Temple
Emanu-El will begin Thursday,
March 7. with the reading of the i
Megillah at 7:15 p m. in the main,
sanctuary, followed by a special |
reception for teenagers in Sirkin '
Hall. "My Fair Esther.'' a teenage 1
Purim Show, featuring music from
"My Fair Lady will be presented
by the Temple Teen Players at the
reception.
Purim Celebration
At Yeshiva School
The faculty and students of the
Yeshiva Day School invite the Jew
'&h children of Greater Miami tc
participate in their annual Purirr
celebration beginning Friday.
March 8.
A Purim meal will be served a?
the students read the Book of Es
ther, give gift* to the needy, and
exchange presents. All children
"hll receive special Purim sur-
prises and take part in the festivi-
ties.
Monday, March 11, the Yeshiva
will continue its celebration with
Purim masouerade follower! bv
a carnival with prizes and game-
for children of all aces. The cele-
bration will close with a tradi
tional Purim play in which the
students of the Yeshiva. dressed
;i-i Mordechai. Esther, and others
>f the time will reenact the mi-
raculous victory of the Jewish peo-
ple over Haman the oppressor.
Yeshiva Day School, the only
Torah Unesorah day school in the
N'nrth Dade-South Broward area. i>
'oeated at 990 NE 171st St., North
Miami Beach.
The Southeastern Region of Women's American CRT will
mal "School of Engineering Luncheon" Tues-
Ule Hotel. Committee members rei
ior the success oi the event, which will feature Bu
du Soleil" fashion show under the direction o:
Hannalore Hill, include ifrom left to right) Mrs. Mc:
tee, tickets; Mis. Fritzie Leit, seating arrangements: Mr3.
Solomon Siegel. luncheon chairman, and Region School of
Engineering chairman Mrs. Hy Naftal.
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Friday, Muicf 1. 1974
Rabbi Lehrfield To Lead
Seminar At Kneseth Israel
1 Award Recipients
To Attend DiniM*
Honoring A.k< ^
Mayor John Orr, Atha
Contemporary societal issues of n DV- Th.s **** city Commissioner R
birth control, human WXuality. I fin' Theod0 ^T-Xd
-riageand divorce seen in th, Central Agency for Jewish Mayor ,,;,, Langfo. ';..
the light of Jewish tradition, will Education. arnong th fo-m tr reel
be the subject of the fourth ] T|
monthly session in -The American fira]
Jewish Family in Tradition" series ... ,,,<(,,. towards
conducted for the full tim, Btaf conducted by Rabbi Solomon
nbers of the YM-YWHA of J scliiff. executive secretary of th u
Greater Miami, in cooperation with RabbinjcaJ Association of Greater Tuesday, Mai en i*
the Institute for .1 wish Educators Miamii Xmv : .. nineteenth year, the
of the Central Agency for Jewish ^ p ^ parlj v. Awafd p(.r,on and
^.a^-asbs^ STEFFI
\ 5 'addiL ,0 the l Pamphlets and re- mc of Intergroup relation..
.rthJme of the session listed prints deal ng with .he subjects
part of the program will be covered,,, the seminar.
1 tour of the synag
ucation. among the fo-mer r. Mine
rhe final session in May will Anti-Defamation, Leagues.Leonirt
,1 with the aging and Jew,,., L.Abe*.Human B ;
death, and will attending this years awara a
honoring Gov. Reubin Askew at
the Dora! Hotel. Miami Beach.
ling and a discussion of the
5pects Orthodox
: f
The seminal
. deals with various
Th" award carries with it B
$1,000 research granl in the I
The in-service program, which of human relations which is pre-
Irawn considerable attention Miamj philanthri
from community agencies through- ,, n( ,h,
0llt the Unit, d S is under Leonard Abess in the name of th.
joint direction of Marvin recipient.
erroan, assistant director of mtlons (or the dinncr may
- of the American Jewish the ^MHA and Ahiaham .1. Gittel- ,. .n,
nunitj in light of basic Jew- son. associate, director, ofjhe Con- be made by contacting lue AD1
epts and values.
In Apr,;, the theme will be "Pro-
gramming for the Jewish Holl-
and will include discussion
of the values and customs of
Passover. Israel Independence
Day. Lag B'omer. Shavuoth. and
tral Agency for Jewish Education, regional office in Miami.
Poetry for Pleasure'
Admission is free to the "poetry
for pleasure" class conducted by
Arnold Kleiner every Tuesday
ng at 6:30 p.m. in room 101
of the Ida Fisher Junior High
>1. Miami Beach.
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For the festive Feast of Esther we're delighted to share the following recipes from you our readers. You've caught the party spirit of
the holiday in some of the most delicious and appropriate foods we've ever tried. The makers of Hellmann's* and Best Foods" Real Mayonnaise*
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SUNBURST ASPARAGUS
1 package (10 oz) asparagus spears,
or 1 pound tresh asparagus,
cooked and drained
2 egg whites
1/3 Cup HELLMANN'S/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1 /2 cup sharp American cheese, grated
Place asparagus in 10 x 6 x 1 3/4-inch
baking dish. Beat egg whites until stiff
peaks form. Fold in Real Mayonnaise
and cheese: place mixture on top of
asparagus. Broil 2 to 3 minutes or until
puffy and golden. Makes 4 servings.
Submitted by:
Mary Kutlor,
Detroit, Mich.
PLEASE-send us your recipes
We'd be delighted if you'd share more
ct your favorite Kosher mayonnaise
recipes with us. We'll print your name
and send you $10.00 lor any recipe we
use in our advertising. Just send your
special uses for Hellmann's or
Best Foods Mayonnaise to me:
Esther Feinberg, Consumer Service Dept.
Best Foods Div. of CPC Int'l. Inc.
Englewood Cliffs, N. J. 07632
Be sure to include your name and ad-
dress. All recipes become the property
of Best Foods, and may be adjusted or
edited before publication.
MANDEL BREAD
2 eggs
3/4 cup sugar
1/4 CUP HELLMANN'S/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1 1/2 cups unsifted flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup raisins, chopped prunes or
chopped dales
1/2 cup chopped almonds
Ground cinnamon
On medium speed of electric mixer beat
eggs, sugar and Real Mayonnaise until
thoroughly mixed. Add Hour, baking
powder and vanilla; beat well. Mix in
fruit and nuts. (Mixture will be soft.)
Grease large cookie sheet. Moisten
hands. Shape into 2 round loaves and
sprinkle with cinnamon. Bake in 350"F
oven 30 minutes or until brown. Cool,
cut into 1/2-inch slices. Refrigerate in
covered container. Makes 2 loaves.
(Hellmann's/Best Foods is Real May-
onnaise ... always blends in quickly and
smoothly.)
Submitted by:
Mrs. Rebecca Butler,
Chelsea, Mass.
EAST COAST TUNA RING
1 envelope (1 tablespoon)
unllavored gelatin
1/4 cup cold water
1 can (10 3/4 cz) condensed tomato
soup
1 Cup HELLMANN'S/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1 package (3 oz) cream cheese,
softened
1/2 cup chopped celery
112 cup sliced stuffed green olives
11A cup chopped green pepper
1 /4 cup sliced green onion
1/4 cup chopped pimiento
2 hard cooked eggs, sliced
2 cans (7 oz each) tuna or salmon,
drained and flaked
Salad greens
Oil a 6-cup ring mold. Soften gelatin in
cold water. In a 2-quart saucepan,
bring soup to boil, remove from heat!
East of the Rock.es the name it
Wttt it's Best Feeds By e.tntf
name it'i the same line Real Mayonnaise.
Stir in gelatin until dissolved. Stir Real
Mayonnaise inio cream cheese and add
to soup mixture Slir in celery, olives,
pepper, onion, pimienio, egg, and fish.
Pour into prepared mold Chill several
hours or until lirm Unmold on greens.
Makes 8 to 10 servings.
Submitted by:
Mrs Stanley Levitt,
Morrislown, N.J.
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Friday, March 1, 1974
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Page 5-F
.k
J,
Mrs. Lerner Chairman
MB Frirnds Dropsie V.
A Miami Beach Chapter of-
Friends of The DrSUsie University
a pott-graduate university in Phil-
Minh/Jl lyi^phrtig at Haiboi
House South, in honor of Prof,
Katsh.
The fiS-ycar old Dropsie Univer
ity is the only non-sectarian, non-
theological Graduate School for
Hebrew and Cognate Studies in the
United Stat >i
Hospital Auxiliary Spring Luncheon Thursday, Mar. 7
The South Shore Hospital Aux-
iliary has slated its second annual
Spring luncheon lor noon Thurs-
lay, March 7, on the Starlight Roof
if the Dor?1 Beach Hotel.
Theme of the day will be "The
Sunshine of Your Smile.'- Mrs. Ai
ihur A. Adams is honorary chair-
man, and Mrs. Jan.es Todd is serv-
ing as luncheon chairman.
The afternoon will feature mu-
sic by the Luis de Cordova Trio
and entertainment by sons stylist
and comedienne. Vivian L'.oyr ac-
companied on the piano by her
husband.
Members of the luncheon com-
mittee are: Mrs. Ingrid Fine, pres-
| ident, Anna Bernard, Mae Brodie
Stephanie Cooper. Olivia Delahur.t,
Henrietta Fine, l.otte Clover. Joan
Toby Levenson, Fran
Pierce. Betty Pinks. Sheila Roth-
enberg, Sa^a Rujtsteln, pstjiei
piro, Anna Singer, Hose Sverdlik,
Arlen" Watson and Al:ne Zucker.
JDL Chairman Speaker
Dr. William Her!, national chair
, the Jev .-.' Del -n e Lea [ue
I will speak on The Jewish James
Bonds Nobody Knows" Sunday at
7:30 p.m. at Bo'.i, Israel Con.'
kliami B ich.
adelphia, has been organized here.
Mrs Joseph C. Lerner. a char-,
ter member of the Philadelphia
FDL' Division, was named chair-
man of the new group, with Mrs
Sol Landau serving .is cochairman.
jroup was organized at a re-
cent reception in honor of Dr
A m : Kat ':. | resident of
Dropsie, tendered by Mr and Mrs
Si: !' I: nd I tl sir h ime in
M B iach.
r officers include Mrs '
A Schnur, secretary: Mrs. Irving
I treasurer; Mrs. Samuel
Mazess, chairman of the membe:
si. im i Itt and Mrs. Nathan,
Gl i\ er, publicity.
Founders committee consists of
Mrs. Joseph C. Lerner, Rabbi and
Mrs. Sol Landau. Mr, an 1 Mrs.
Irving I. Elkin, Mr. and Mrs Je-
rome A. Schnur. Dr. and Mrs.
Nathan (Mover. Mr. and Mrs. Oli-
ver A'tman. Mr. and Mrs. Alrod
IBarison. Mr. and Mrs. William
Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Handleman "they donated the Jo
soph and Sally Handleman Com-
munications Tenter to the univer
sity in 1970), Mrs. Joseph LeVine,
Mrs. Simon Malis. Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Mazess, Mr. and Mrs. Sid
nev Poland. Dr. and Mrs. Albert
A. Richman, Mr. and Mrs. Benja
min Shindler. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Weiner an-' Mr. and Mrs. James
Zallea.
The firs' event on the newly
formed group's calendar is
MUST SELL
IN MT. NEBO CEMETERY
4 CHOICE LOTS
$225.00 Each 944-4301
Wholesale Distrlojiors of
MORIAH KOSHER POULTRY
and
Processors and ixport"fl
of the finelt U.S. Govt. Inspected
KOSttR M"T$ and POWW
1717 N.W. 7th Ave.
Miami, Fla.
Phone 371-1855
Wfeareone.
There ore those who say we must forget what happened at Dachau and Auschwitz and Buchenwald.
And Munich.
There are those who say that Israel's people must stand on their own feet and not expect help from
Jews in America. And that the problems of Jews in Russia have absolutely nothing to do with the
lives of Jews living today in Florida. And that the problems of the aged Jews on Miami Beach have
nothing to do with the survival of Jews as a people all over the world.
To those people we say this. You have failed to learn the lesson history has carved into our souls.
For we are not just Russian Jews. Or Polish Jews. Or New York Jews. Or Miami Jews. Or young Jews.
Or old Jews. We are simply Jews.
For if it is not safe to be a Jew everywhere on earth, it is not safe to be a Jew anywhere on earth.
And if it is not safe to be a Jew, it will not be safe to be a human being.
We are one.
M*L Support the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Combined Jewish Appeal
*MC and Israel Emergency Fund Campaign. Give now.
4200 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida 33137 Phone: 576-4000


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Friday, March 1, 1974
Weizman FarbandSeU Purim
CJA-IEF Luncheon Sunday
The Chaim Weizman Branch of
Farband will iponsor its Purim
Luncheon on behalf of the 1074
mot itvm
1- m eney Fund Sunday
the Barcelona II >tel.
Guest speakers for the day will
include Yaacov Morria, larael'i
feme; Consul General 10 Bombay.
India, who is currentlj Israel In
formation Director at the United
Nations, and Dr. Irving Lehrman
spiritual leadtr t-f Temple Emanu-
El.
Also on :: program will '"
. li n Si"..1 men. c'-.airman of th'
ration's
"74 Combined Jewish Appeal-
;-a(' : Fl r
man Moe
Levin.
Helpinj Mr. Lei a \ event
e Jacob l. K
ran; Manny Burstein Zvl K
I 1
aen: Hair) Chaet, -
, Gieen
. vin, Isidore Mit
ipli Okun
[orris Newmark, h in -'"
\,'-,r Kulick and S
i.;p_-itz. treasurers.
Also executive tx
Max Astor, Ro e Abels, R>
BaUn. Ve.a BeUei, Simon Ben-
hcnel, Hyman Berland. Sheva Ber
land. Gertrude Birnbaum, Clara
Burstein. Anna Chaet, Harry Cher-
\\ 1 iam Dunn. Jacob
. nan, Viola Freed, Bernard
I urman, Minnie Greenhauf, Isa-
1 >ie Hammer, Max Hecht, Mrs.
- ,,x Hecht, David Kam, Ros< Katz,
Kate, Jean Leu-. David Lipp-
Katherine Lippman. Rose
Luchter, Prelda Manman. Anna
Miller, Rose Miahelov, Charles
. r, Goldie Rubinstein, Julius
Rubinstein, Anna Samet. Ben Sil-
ver, Alick Silversteln, Ben Zion
.. >jnher '' Soli Ana Stone
Coinech at Grove
inu| Grove Playhouse has
:i Harold Gould to
ih line-up of star- in Nell Simon's
-The Trouble With People ... and
other things." which also includes
Jerry Orbach and Rae Allen. Th?
world premiere of the comedy di-
rected by Weil's bntner, Danny,
will run through Sunday. March 10,
and is an ideal show for the entire
comprised of 10 sk
-i with the mishaps and -
adventures that occasionally
us all.
yAACOV MOM'S
ind David Wohlrath.
All pers :.- interested In attend-
ing the Purim Luncheon may con-
Ur. Kaplan at the Federation
iffice._________________
Aiiza kashi.
Song Stylist,
Here Mar. 30
LEON SCHACTER'S
'* YIDDISH- #
* AMERICAN'
Continuous Performance From 1:30 p.m.
THREE SHOWS DAILY
MATINEE BARGAIN PRICES
SI.05 till 6 o'clock
CINEMA
WASHINGTON AVENUE 13 Street
Miza Kashi, song stylist.
appear with an all star cast
Ro>e Bvrum, Dancers
Featured In Coneert
Ror Byrum Uric coloratura,iMetropolitan Opera Company and
will be featured performer at th. u sung in concert and on tele-
Miami Beach Community Singers ision throughout I nit
- .,, concert Sunday at Mi South America and
ami Beach Auditorium starting at i
8 p.m. Joreph Mooney i director
Greater Hislad-ut Council ot
South Florida is sponsor of the
program.
Ms By ui!i v as a member of the
Wometed Theatres

PALI
NEWMAN
ROBERT
REDTORO
THESTiNG
Other artist on the program
Kill be Ned Smith, teno:
.. ed in Broadway musicals
ind on the concert stage, and Los-
er i owman, tenor, who is sehed
to appear in Italy, F
tml Germany this sui mer.
Alro appearing at the con
v i 11 be the Miami Ballet Company.
h Th imai Armour serve- as
d p o u ; the Junior
ii Ballet i ompany under di-
ector Renee Zmtgraff.
r sturi In "' Miami
; anj wi! Lynn
It, Nanet'e Loren, Joan Win
n v ho hav(
i erioi m< d with the oup al re-
dona
v Col '
will
and
orchestra Saturday. March 30. at
le Miami Beach Auditorium under
the auspices of (
the Miami Beach
Chapter of Ha-
dassah. Curtain
time will be
3:30 p.m.
Born in Israel
)t Persian par-
ents, dynamic
Vliza has be-
come a gteat
favorite in this
country. She was
invited by Jack
Benny to ap-
ear w in Omaha. Chi
ind at I Palace in La> \ i
as, .'tiii has appeared on the Men
Iriffin show a record number of
imes.
Tickets for the "one night only"
performance are available at the
auditorium box office or tick
locatii i
son S;

Aliia Kashi
the incredible beast
M
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iul "i Won
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the unicorn is now open
south (lades finest spot
Gourmet Dining
Dancing to the Unique "Nightmood"
Ligh! Show
Luncneon Starting at 1130 a.m.
Late Night Dining Open til 5 a.m.
BacKgamrr.on and Other Activities in the
"Game Room"
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For Information Phone
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(Native To Israel)
Wonderful with children, good
watchdogs, top quality. Write
Kadima Canaans, 11413 Rolling
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call 301-881-1315
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Ambulance Dedication At
Beth Davit! South Sunday
Members of Beth David Con-
..-... lit!
...: :; .: Mi
DAVID COUMAN
for Israel ;o purchase a new am-
bulance o. Israel's official Hed
i and Defense i ency,
The 1974 rescue vehicle, built
h> G t Mot' :.. to the sp< cifi-
- i till I d '!>.' :i David.
. ated .1" 11 a in. Sun.
. n.es to bi
:. Davi l 3i nth 7500 s\v 120
tt. Kci.e.nnn..i3 wu] be u
.. is invited. Then
v barge.
Reinhard aid Mrs
Stevan Simon served as cochair-
rtn of til American Hed Magen
David campaign among members
of Bt h David. The drive was
launched when the Yom Kippur
rVa b -an last October.
Taking part
moni<
in Sunday's cere-
Ribbi Sol Landau.
Tonight at 8:30
Two Shows Tomorrow
2 and 8:30
NOW thru
March lO
f
Jerry
OPBACH
Rae
ALLEIM
Harold
GOULD
in
neil /irnon'/
Tfie Trouble
with People
ood other tfilng/
Dire< ted by
DANNY SIMON
Call 444-9631 and
Charge Seot locations
to Master Cnargeor
BonkAmencara
In km on wk now M ihf
Bo Otticr Jofdjn SUnh.
loot*. Jefferson Sides,
Mumi Bwih Rjdioinil.
From Hold ind Moid
Bell (i*iim
Discounts (of
ludcnn and groups
I
pre idem f the Red
iagen David in Greater Miami:
:i .-'I oik, pre ident of the
:mier William Lip-
on, n a.lun d and Mrs. Simon,
V participate *iU I David
Ci 1 man. pre ident of the Mil mi
Beach chapter ol th .' m irican
Red Magen David for Israel and
.i national boa d member of th?
organization, and Samuel Rein a d
father nt Korntnr), Florida state
chairman.
M mien of Beth E! Congrega-
tion of .Miami recently announced
thel contribution o1 Slfi.uoo for a
Imobile for the Hed Uagen
David, i olc-man Baid the agencj
StiJ needs fur.d- for an additional
bloodmobile, for cardiac rescue
ambulances priced at $21,500 each
ind ior the numeious first aid
.tation and the blood processing
rente.' operated by the Red Magen
David i:i Israel.
SI i e headquarters for the
Am iican Red Magen David are
it the Greatei Miami Hebrew
^cadi my, 2400 Pine Tree Dr.
Since tne six Day War of June,
19f>7. nearly 50 re-cue vehictes
,a\c hem dedicated bj South
la Tew y thiough the Red
Vlagen David.
Art Gallery
Auction For
Day School
An Arl Exhibit and Auction wi 1
be he'd at the Americana Hotel, for
the benefit of the Yeshiva Day
, 1 ef North Miami Beach. Sat-
urday evening, March 9.
"The C 1 ectori Art GMfery"
will exhibit works of famous art-:
ists. Viewing will bo held between
the hours of 9 and 10 p.m. Tho
auction will bepln at 10 p.m. Some
1C0 pieces will be put on the block,
h win Stern is director of the Col-
lectors Art Gallery.
Included in the auction wi'l be
Libermans, Miros, and American
Sonny Weintraub. who settled in
' in 1948. and matured inta
Bne of the "greatest artists" on
the International scene.
!.>.:
George N. Kotin Elected to Head Presidents Club
George N. Kotin has been elect- Hillel Advi.ory boairl and chair-1 Defamation League: chairman of
.d to the presidency oi the Presi- man of the Anti Defamation Forte 1 wen i ael Emergency
Jcnts Ciub of Miami Beach sue League. South Florida Council. SI of Israel Bonds and
Also via t and | rlis 'ev ;"'! '''"' d (i ives; Bnd
mentarian of the Presidents Clul '"'' ,,; ""' h';''1 "f Florida
:i four yi ars; member or B'nai ''-*>'' r '' I ti( "
B'ritli Vouth Adrhory boa d: ex A formal installation dinner waa
ul ve boa i State A sociation of be h II at the Deauville Hotel
IB oi i lard, \nti- Thur
/2tt 33rd ANNIVERSARY SEASON (fi\
GREATER MIAMI
INTERNATIONAL OPERA
REMAINING OPERAS FOR 1973-74
'. .'ceding Irving Cypers.
1 he club, organized four years
go, has reached over 70 in num- !
ber; ail are piesidents of high- j
ri -e social clubs. Entertainment, j
Exchange and Community Better-,
merit" are the club's principal
;oals.
Kotin is a lawyer who, after 4P
I r- of practice in Chicago. Ill .
tired to Miami Beach in 1968.
since retirement he has served
is president of the Forte Towers
Men's Social Ciub: president of
Maccabee Lodge B'nai B'rith; vice
president of the South Florida
; Council B'nai B'rith Lodges and
LOUISE RUSSELL
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Mon & Sat. March 11 & 16. 1974
Dade County Auditorium
Wednesday, March 13. 1974
Miami 8each Auditorium
NICOLAI GEDDA
y Bizet 'in French)
Stirring
EVELYN MMOIC. NICOLAI GEOOA
DOMINIC C0SSA JUSDN0 DIAZ
Mon & Sat. April 1 & 6. 1974
Dado County Auditorium
Wednesday. April 3 1974
Miami Beach Auditorium
TICKETS NOW ON SALE: $5.25 to $20.00
For information and tickets, write or call:
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Friday, March 1. 1974
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With
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The Annual Awards Luncheon
at the Eden Roc Hotel on Feb.
15 was hosted by Mount Sinai
Medical tenter in honor of the
hundreds of volunteers who give
service in many departments of
the hospital. It was a beautiful
way to say "thank you.'"
A fascinating series of film
clips on a larse screen traced the
growth of the hospital from its
inception in 1946, its occupation
of what had been the Nautilus
Hotel to moving day in 1961
when patients, equipment and
personnel were transported to
the hospital's first new building
without one serious hitch.
Every living past president of
the auxiliary, now marking its
25th year, attended the luncheon.
Sti'.l active in the community, the
ip included Mrs. Max Dublin,
auxiliary's first president.
Mrs. Inez Krensky, Mrs. Sam
(oldman (the former Sally
Spaet.i Mrs. Barnett Ureeskin,
Mrs. Meyer Eggnatx, Mis. I'hilip
Lefkowitz, Mrs. Abraham Ribi-
coff, Mrs. Leonard tVien, Mrs.
Vale V l.eviuscn. Mrs. Murray
Kern and Mrs. Iia Uberson (the
former Eva Don )
Mrs. James II. Ruby is curre
auxiliary president, ind other of-
fici rs i en ii he i ro d wei Mrs.
Barbara Rado, Mis. Max Kessel-
man. Mrs. Thcooi re Plncus, Mrs.
M. Riley Morris. Mrs. Gerald Mil-
ler. Mrs. David Victor and Mrs.
Donald Farber.
The lines for awards were long.
service hours running from 100
to 12.000 for Mildred Rosen and
25.000 for Sally Rolhman whom
Samuel Gertnrr. hospital execu-
tive vice president, called "a leg-
in her own lime."
In charge of and participating
in the program were Sylvia Pap-
ier. Adele I'mmd, Rhuda I.ukin
and Mildred Rogers.
There was also a noticeable in-
crease in the number of men vol-
unteers. It is only in the last few
years that retired men in the
community have begun to learn
what the women have known all
along, that there is great satis-
faction in volunteer activities.
Seen at the luncheon were Jack
Schwartz, who serves in the phar-
macy. Charles Greenberg, who is
a whiz with figures and is called
on whenever his special talents
are needed. Aaron Reichlen,
Harry llixon, my own husband,
Howard Grove who is in charge
of patients' mail. Sid Green. Wil-
liam Leitiwr and Joseph Macklqs.
Some of the men work in tan-
dem with their wives, two such
couples being Harry and Rose
Smith and Alex and Mary Han-
sen.
Others glimpsed among the
over 500 attendants were Mar-
garet Roth. Muriel I.ibow. Ann
Moll. Eve Burrell, Ida Cooper,
Jean Platman, Augusta Ft in, Ger-
trude Yesner. Sylvia Wassernrin.
Alyce Ell, Belle Goldstiich. Es-
telle Katzen, Rose Plevin. Helen
Greenfield, chairman of the Ab-
On a recent trip to Israel, Ma-
t'lda Volpe of Volpe Tours Inc..
flew via El Al an! TWA and
found the service "sheardelight." laughter May
In Israel, it was the Egged Bus (
lours and the hotels at which
She stayed which won her ap-
proval offering "the comfort and
little extras" which made her so-
journ unforgettable. It was M-
Volpe's Impression that "the peo-
Albert Chislings
Announce May's
Engagement
Mr. and .\ns. Albert M. Chisling.
?2i West San Mai ion Dr., have an
nounccd the engagement and
forthcoming marriage of their
Tina, to Stephen
Parents of the future bride-
groom are Mr. and Mrs. Charles
F. Lane. Lakeland. Fla.
The bride-elect attended Sophie
Mewcomb College in New Orleans
and graduated from the Univer-
jpecial education teacher in Dade
County Public Schools.
pie of the country were function- q{ ^^ s)|(> fc current, a
ing in as normal a manner as
possible." Most noticeable, she
says, were the women taking over
for the men, at the traffic lights Lane attended the University
for instance. of Florida and earned a degree
' from Florida Southern College in
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bellows f lakeland. At present, he is an ad-
were recipients of Miami Heart ministrative officer in the pur-
chasing division of Metropolitan
)ade County.
The couple will wed July 7. 1974.
Members of the Sacred Dance Guild of Miami are shown
rehearsing on the pulpit of Temple Israel of Greater Miami
in preparation for Friday night's Sabbath Eve services when
they will participate in interpreling the liturgy.
cent dinner party in the elegant
dining room atop the E Sterling
Pavilion, Mrs. Sidney Krandall.
Alfred 6. Levin. M.D. and Aaron
Katz. M.D. were others who re-
reived the donor award. Robert
Summers, administrator of the
mi Hear! Institute. in:r i : -
Dr. Irving I.ehrnian. rabbi of
Ti mj Em nu-El, who ; resenti I
the invocation.
V-" attending trip dinner wore
Mr. and Mrs. Max Bodeinian. Mr.
and Mrs. Marshall Cohn, Dr. ami,
Mrs. Robert Bauer (He is presi-
of tl e Mi dical Staff), Mr.
and Mrs. Dan J. Fri'dnnn, Mr.
and Mrs. Max Kern. Mr. and Mrs.,
Joe Weiner, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Alcock; Mr. and .Mrs. Ren Os-
trow, who hosted a table of!
friends including Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Rosenbloom. Mr. and Mrs.
Matthew Rosenhans and Mrs.
Ma'colm Woldenberg; Mr. and
Mrs. WiMiam Krafft, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Rott, Mr. and Mrs.
jSPVjorda"fandMrandMrs- <*^on Weiner Named
Dr. Gershon Weiner, will speak
Reyna Youngerman, Miami ,,-: "After The Yom Kippur War
Beach artist, civic and cultural i.-u. v ,.,.,.. ... ,,
leader, will have an exhibition of "*" VM M ",0 ""<"> ses"
her recent painting and graphics S10n of Be,h Sholom's Coffee, Cul-
at Tempi1 Sholom's Lowe-Levin- 'ore and Conversation Program,
son Art Gallery where the pre- at the temple. Sunday at 10-30
view will open with a reception arn accordillg to ,, ann,:
trom a to 7 p.m. Sundav. Manv ..
works of -eenes of Israel and the 7,ent b>' Jame9 S- Kn0Pkl' P*i-
old Jewih Quarter of Toledo, 'iem of *he temple and chairman
Spain, will be shown through jf its C.C.C. program. An ordained
rabbi. Dr. Weiner is a former
Dean of the Jewish Teachers Sem-
inary in New Yoik.
Lena Caplau Is
Woman of Year
At Sky Lake
Skj Lake Synagogui held its an-
lua] Man and W inn n of the Year
1 ni (hi at the Balmoral Hotel
sundi j ev< ni
Plaqu .- were presented to Lena
J nah K.i Caplan, wife of
the templ< '- former spiritual
t. and Abe Panzer, former treas<
I i for long and untiring el
forts on behalf of the synagogue."
Sisterhood members prepared
and served refreshments, and
Ri.'hi Idels and Danni Lipson en-
tertained with Israeli folksongs..
M.< ter of ceremonies for the eve
rung was Rabbi Dov Bidnick.
World ORT Congress Meeting
In Jerusalem To February 28
March 17. Mrs. Youngerman a
graduate of the Yale School of
Fine Arts, is the winner of nu-
merous prizes, honors, and schol-
ar-hips, and has taken a major
role in developing artistic and \
cultural life of Miami Beach over
the pa-! 25 years. In 1963, she j
was nominated for the "Woman ;
of the Year Award" for civic and
cultural work in Dade County.
Mrs. Youngerman has exhibited j
in numerous galleries, including
Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the
Yale Gallery and Anderson Gal-
lery in New York Gallery hours1
are: 9-5 p.m. Monday through j
Friday?, 8-9:30 p.m.. Friday eve-
ning, 9-2:30 p.m. Saturday and',
Sunday.
A Women's American ORT del
: senting the organiza-
tion's 115.000 m mh rsin 900 chap
tters fro:n coa*l to coast is attend-
ing the Emergency World ORT
. .,\ rusal 'in
through I
!:, mine. sion, which was
held in the Km
bv Prime Minister Golda Men-.
ig thi session was I
Mayer, chairman, World OKI
Union executive committee.
ORT's Fmergancv Congress, the
firsl to be held by the World out
Union in Israel brought some 4')0
delegates together to discuss the
organization's network of schools,
centers and programs which have
made CRT the largest non-govern
mental vocational education sys
tern in the world
iMiT schools in Israel are re-
sponsible for mor< ban half of the
vocational education al secondary
level in thai country and range
from vocational high schools and
technical institutes, apprentice-
ship program-,, factory schools.,
adult upgrading and retraining
programs to short term courses and
seminars and a "Do It Yourself'
program for householders and ear
owners.
The delegation of Women's
American ORT members was the
largest of groups in some 40 na-
tions supporting the global ORT
ni of vocational edui i
in: training.
Al 35 0 : i her
jh >p in-:"i 'tors and admin
. .o< at* tnal and I
h -. appren-
el .
dull i e aining and w lint,
r technics
up ORT'.- world"
w ide nel t ort
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MATHDE VOLPE
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
oration's 1974 film "We Are One." |
Featuring Sam Jaffe, Dalich Lavi,
Lee .1 Cobb, with narration by
!:!i Wallach will inaugurate March
i? I "ii bined Jewish A] ea I rai 1
j In id M nlli v hen it
:> he first timi
i 'ion o' Gr
The Still, S:n ill
Voice'' over VYCKT-TV, ( h. V.
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1001 N W 203rd Street
Miami, Florida 33109
Personal home of one o< the
owners of North Dade Cocntry
Club
lot size 100 feet deep,
200 feet wide
Actually situated on 2 normal
golf course lots which are sell-
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each on today's market.
Lined with beautiful Royal
Palms and gracious homes.
No finer area in Dade County.
Owner moved selling a*
pre-inflation price
DESCRIPTION OF BUILDING
106 feet wide, depth varying
to 45 feet
3 bedrooms, 3 baths
Large living room
Formal dining room
Panelled den with bar
Hot and cold water at bar
Extremely large utility room
with pantry
2 Car carport
Hurricane shutters
Drapes at oil windows and
sliding door-
Partial carpeting
Exterior of building has 15
year ceat of Kenitex Paint
Burglar alarm system covers
every opening
Large screened patio with
15' x 30' swimming pool
Fully landscaped with
sprinkler system
7-ton air conditioner
All major appliances
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to inspect eves. 621-3431
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NCJW 8 Divisions Plan
Membership Meetings
Eight divisions of the National i
Council of .lewish Women, Greater
Miami Section, will hold genera; |
membership meetings Wednesday.
Bay invinea will have sand
wiches and coffee at 11:30 a.m.
at Surfside Community Center |
Det. Sgt. Romero of the Surfside
Police Department will talk on
What To Do Before the Burslai
Comes."
Coral will meet at 10 ?,Q at Uni
versity Inn, Coral Gables. Dr. Al-
bert E. Rosenthal will give an ad
dress illustrated with slides.
Indian-Islands will have a snack
luncheon at noon in the Algiers
Hotel. Guest speaker will be Mrs
Aaron Farr, NOW vice president.
The Melodies, a musical trio fea-
turing Sadye Padden. Jen Rosen
berg and Isabelle Heller, will of
fer musical selections.
Kev Biscayne will meet at 11:8C
a.m.. at the Casa Del Mar. 881
-, Dr. Ethel Coleman, account
executive, will speak on "Whal
j Woman Must Know-
Finance."
Lakes 12:30 p.m. mi I
be held at the Washington F<
6<>9 NK 167th 51 Dany Amihu*!.
Israeli guitarist an I singi r, will
entertain
Lincoln will mark Jewish
Monti rin? at 11:30 a m, in
the Delano Hotel. Eli
will offer a group of songs with
Sj .... Krasnow at the piano.
Shores 10 a.m. meeting at the
home of Tina Kassman. 2250 NE
21 1st St. wili include a pot luck
lunch. Rabbi Barry Tabachnikoff of
Temple Israel will present "The
lewish Catalog," a guide to Jew-
i.-h living.
South Dade will have coffee and
Dani'h at 9:30 a.m. in the home of
Birnice Rossin, 13430 SW 69th Ct.
Dorothy Gullen will be guest speak
er. Topic: "Turning on with TA.
I'm OK You're OK."
Gulfstream Closing Monday
With 'Florida Derby Day'
Gulfstream Park will close its
1974 me"tine Monday with the
I s20r>.000 Florida Derby highlight-
ing a ,la\" filled with entertain-
ment an.! special features.
Florida Derby Day always is b] occasion ;: Gulf-
tream Park. From the time the
:..i swing open at 10 am
igh the Florida Derby !'.--lf
hen is .i continu u festi' e pi >
for the fai
ind drill li am stroking musi
! shows "ill aui
it Gardi n
flyer rmin? on t.
T e most ui eatu
Di rbj Daj .- the nove:-
LOIS SAYS:
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Come to SMARTI PARTIES and succeed."
Your finest invitations
engraved or thermographed .
Table favors accessories.
WE'VE GOT IT ALL!!
SMARTI PARTIES
523 Arthur Godfrey Rd.
Miami Beach 532-8111
MRS. SHEIDC V BtCKtRMAN
Carolyn .idler,
S. Beckerman
Wed Sunday
The former Carolyn Adler and
Sheidon Beckerman ex?!>anged
marriage vows Sunday, F b. 24.
u Tempk- Ema-u El. Ral'bi Irving
! ehrman an-1 Rab' tan officiated at the 7 p.m. cee-
which was followed by a
tii i di the t< in: le ballroom
I-, er.1 >!' the couple are Mr
nd Mrs Mas -s Adhr. 7 \;-. and Mrs. Charles
.man. 7950 SW 18th IVir.
I ir the wedding, the bride wore
.i white chifl -a -<>vn with beaded
lac< ::!'! carried a cascade of white
carnations and lavender orchids.
Gilda Bursttin, the bride's sis-
c- was matri ;i <>f honor, and
bridesmaids included Clara Safra.
Leslie Picker and Annie Gyory.
rhi :>. Idegroom's brother, David
k. rman, si rved as his D3Et man
-ind ushers were Jack Burstein,
Richie [dels, Leon Adler and Mark
Si :.i
The new Mrs. Beckerman at-
tended Bar Ilan University in I>
rael and the University of Miami.
She is a member of Phi Kappa Phi.
national honor society.
Her husband attended the Uni-
! versity of Florida and belongs to
Alpha Eosilon Phi. social frater-
nity. He is an accountant.
, The couple will live at 10357 N.
Kendall Dr.
Women's Division Of The
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
In accordance with the By Laws of the Women's Division of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation that the names of the current nominating com-
mittee shall be published in order to seek recommendations for nominees
for office, we submit that:
Mrs. Adolph Berger, Chairman
Mrs. Martin Gelb
Mrs. Robert Gruder
Mrs. Richard Levy
Mrs. Clifiord Marks
Mrs. Gerald Na'.hanson
Mrs. Kenneth Treister
Mrs. Rirhard Brickman, previous Chairman
will accept recommendation, mailed to them at the Women's Division,
Greater Miami Jewish Federation, 4200 Biscayne Boulevard, Miam., Flon.a
prior to March 15th, 1974. Offices 1o be filled for a one-year period are
President, at least 4 VicePres.der.ts, a Secretary, a parl.amentanan, and
a nominating committee chairman.
Plan your next norty with Invitatiorvny Yours by: Shirley
Coff new unusual, cre6t.ve designs in all personalized
pap-t'erie stationery, gift items, plus every.mr.g you will
want for your wedding, Bar M=tzvah or party stationery en
ble Shirley will personally visit yuu with samples ot all l e.
gocdes call for an appointment .
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ORT Luncheon
Greater Miami Men's ORT will
honor Jerome K. Brody, chairman,
for "devoted work for ORT" at a
gourmet luncheon Sunday at 12:30
p.m. in the Ba-celona Hotel. Brody
i< a member of the executive com-
mittee nf the national board oi
directors.
Principal speaker for the after-
| noon will be Rabbi Morris Talan
sky. national director of organi/a
tion, representing the national
I leadership.
Herman Loon tc in is Greater
Miami Men's ORT president.
The ORT Schools in Israel of-
fei some % trades and professions .
to Israelis and have graduated an
estimated 100.000 students from
their schools there plus another
100.000 who were trained b} ORT
schools in their native countries
io' to immigration.
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Friday, March 1 1974
Happpiiings
Mrs. Sara HtWand. staff bok
rtviewer for the South Shore
Community Ce::ter, 833*th St..
. mi F.e^ch. will review the
look "The lrr,pJo:-ion Con^pi.-
aey" by Louis ?$u: ^Wednesday..
. 30 p.m. The reviews given
on tiie first Wednesday of ev-
, t\ mon refrei th< public.
ft ....
jfat ndioated ci lumnisi
Ernn Bo nbecH U bi I guest
Epea ,,u*
1 res ..i 10 m Saturday,
March (>. al Everg ades Hotel.
The -Breakfa i Wrtii Erma" i
sponsored bj I : Chapter
oi Women in Communications,
Inc.. founded a- Theta Sigma
Phi and cm mposed of profes-
.. ...,.- .:. jou :.....--ni and com-
nunications. -Date With tlio
, t ie annual fuud rals-
activit) WJCT. All pro-
ds from the breakfast will
. |] ge scho.ar-
.iournal-
ism students in Dade County.
"Environmental Awareness
and Menu! Hea'.th will be
discussed a. the Mental Health
Association meeting Friday
t oni 2-4 p.m. at the Fir-t Pres-
ian Uhu ch of Miami. 609
Brick... Ave. I -iiiis N. Gould.
M.D. will coordinate the dis-
.. v: n. The panel "ill include
Norman Gffler, A/A. president,
South Fiorida ch;;--ter. Ameri-
ca.-; Institut o: Architects:
Susan Wilson, instructor on
Man and Environment at Dado
Juror College; Maivin Dunn,
Ph.D., professor <>f Community
gy at Florida (nterna-
I'niversity. and Ann Cor-
dray. executive director of the
Mi : "al Health Association.
The Builders Association of '.
South Florida is offering a new
home buvers guide designed to
help both the first time buyer |
and the veteran find the an-
- to some important ques-
tions before investing. Such top-
ics as how much to spend, choos-
ing a neighborhood, finding the
money and tax benefits of home
owner-hip are included in the
booklet, which is available on
request by addressing a card to
818 Dunont Plaza Center, Miami.
F'.a. 33131.

The Dade County Opl imetric
Association has announcd its
ce of "Save
\'our V i roclaitn -I
I'.S Conar >ss and
pre'] lent, M
3-9. "T
I
.... |
Dr, ,;!":i" Mars il
. | |ie I i lu-
V tO
encour D
and
ntlve
larl land
Dr. Earl S. Kahn, local
id l
1st tree
the
Ida M. Fisher t\ School,
1424 Drexel ich Thurs-
day at 8 p.m.
The Dade County Youth Fair,
largest of it- kind in the world,
was to oien tor its 24th annual
presentation Thursday with a
gala 2 p.m. on-niing ceremony
at the Tamiami Park fairgrounds,
10"th Avenue and Coral Way.
Cutting the ribbon, with the as-
sistance of 1974 Youth Fair
Queen Jaanw Yoham. will be
the Sesame Street "Bi* Bird"
of international TV fame. The
Fair will run through March 10.
tion meeting will be held Sunday ice Weinman of Miami Beach,
IWV Council Meeting Scheduled for bunilay L 9:30 a?. at the Miami Skyways
J ,. .r a.t. fan, :.a.- announced mat | j.otei 2J "
onunand.r of JWV's 4th region,
.-II renort on the recent regional
UCP Unit Dinner Dance
North Dade Women's Unit for
United Cerebral Palsy will hold a
dinner da"'-* and men's fashion
show at Miami Shores Toimtrv
Club Saturday af 7:30 n.m. Fash-
ions will be bv The Rogu. A'I
proceed* from this Pa!a event "ill
BO to the V.C.P. Center at 1411
N'W 14th Ave.
J*Y tounc. iceung --,, ;, ^m, Rd. ,,.,, on the recent reg.onal
.'wSlj^jt^coancilof.dmin.-:- nder Berlin* and **,. 1 JWt convention in Ifl--------
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$200jOOO
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MONDAY, MARCH 4
Racing's Greatest Day
Featuring The Nation's Champion Three-Year Olds
o
w
m the greatest ^show on turf
SHOWTIME 10:OOa.m. First Race 1:15
_f)f|tn:; ; Gates Open 10:00 a.m. J&tJ-f\i Dining Rooms
Mai Malkin Orchestra and
Open 11:00 a.m.
yfo Hollywood
Strolling Musicians 11:05 a.m.
Hills Marching Band and Spartanette Drill Team
11:20 a.m. ------SIeSv8---------University of Miami Band of
^m
\ k
the Hour 11:40 a.m. M^a fe&P Fashion Show by Martha
plus Sunshine Celebration^ 2:00 noon. Race of
the Wild WatusiGir 12:15 p.m. '"> -.^ Cypress
Gardens Kite Flyer 12:45 p.m T^f jf \^r^v^- First Race
1:15 p.m. Mai Malkin.Orchestra and Strollinq
;>:..^
Musicians 1:55 p.m. ^Jj^^\ii University of Miami
Band of the Hour 2:20 p.m. ftM %l~'Vj^f, ihjfr Florida Derby
Queen Purse Fourth Race isJ^ ._ Hollywood Hills
Spartanette Drill Team 2:55 p.m.'^^JvV, Sunshine
Celebration singing "The Florida Derby" 5:01 p.m.
University of Miami Band of the Ho,ur Plays "Old
Folks at Home" 5:06 p.m. -i...^-^.J|<_ FLORIDA
DERBY POST TIME (NINTH RACE) 5:20 p.m. the Classic
"Run for the Orchids"-^
THE NUMBER ONE TRACK
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FINAL DAY OF RACING


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CORAL GABLES
Bird & Douglas Road 446-8101
NORTH MIAMI
13360 NW. 7th Ave 681-8541
N. MIAMI BEACH
1700 NE. 163 St 945-7454
MIAMI BEACH
1454 Alton Road 672-5353
SOUTH DAOE
9001 S. Dixie Hwy 667-7575
HIALEAH PALM SPRINGS MILE
1275 49th St. 822-2500
CUTLER RIDGE
20390 S. Dixie Hwy 233-5241
HOMESTEAO
30100 S Federal Hwy 2471622
W. HOLLYWOOD
497 S. State Rd. 7 9870450
Open Mon., Wed., fn. Till 9 P.M.
FT. LAUDERDALE
1830 W. Bro*ard Blvd. 525-3136
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1740 E. Sunrise Blvd. 525-7538
PLANTATION
381 N State Rd 7 587-2186
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3151 N Federal Hwy. 943-4200
WEST PALM BEACH
515 South Dixie 832-3044
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532 N Lake Blvd 848 2544
FT. PIERCE
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VERO BEACH
755 21st Street 567-1174
0RLAN00
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ORLANDO
3620 E. Colonial Dr 896-1141
WINTER PARK
899 S. Orlando Ave 645-5305
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Hal Hyman
Debra Silkes
DEAN IV MELLE
lr<
I Mi lie, t i i ri Bar
I
i :. at Tern] i h I
March 1.
The celebrant Is in the seventh
ade al John F. Kenned] Junior]
h School.
Dean xs. ill be honored by his
parentt ;ii tli- Oneg Shabbal on
I riday evening. Among guests will
be Mr, and Mrs. Mark Mitauer,
Mr, and Mrs. Jules La Melle, his i
grandparents, and Mr. and Mrs. |
uel Chinsky.
BARRY SHEWN
Barry Theodore, sun of Mr. and
Jack J Sbevlin, nil! become
;. Bar Mil" ah Saturday mi
'1 2, al Temple Menorah.
Barn is a seventh grade stu-
d n| al Nautilus Junior High
' iere is enrolled in ad
i i stui '. sses.
: I be hoi
by his family and c
a lunch<..... in the
pie VIenorah after services.

HAL HYMAN
Hal Lawrence Eric, son of Mr.
Mrs. Gary !l\man will become
WE CATER
to the
BAR MITZVAH
YOUNG MAN
grade student
v ufiiui Junioi High
Bar MiUvsJi Saturday, March 2
Dan- **'
ial i

School.
The celebrant will !< honored
v'th a reception at home. His
treat grandparents, Mr. ami Mrs.
Yv, and Mrs. Ida Berk-
(witz, and his grandparents, Mr.
ind Mrs Sam Hyman md Mrs.
Frieda Strusser, will attend the
event.
a ij &
DEBRA SILKES
Debra Susan SLkes will observe
| ier Bat Mitzvah during Saturday
norning services at Beth David
I Congregation March 2.
The celebrant, daughter of the
ate Lawrence and Annabella Sil-
kes, is in (he seventh rade at
: and
fifth adi .ii Beth David
he lays piano
Dadi Learn
<\g Ci Gifted for I
eai >,
i will b(
Idu h and .-. reci ption
lome al 15400 S\v
.Otli Ave., ho ti d by her i
Etta Silkes
i; i ivi b attending the celebra-
tion will include Mr. and Mrs
Leonard Silkes of Roslyn. N.Y.,
| Mr. and Mrs. Morris Silkes of
Howi (I Beach, N.Y., Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Silkes oi Irvington, N.J..
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goldberg of
; Brooklyn, and Mr. and Mrs. Ga-
! briel Carlin of Stamford. Conn.
LAl'RO WILKINS
Laura Doreen, daughter of Mr,
i and Mrs Harvey Wilkins, will be-
come I5ul Mitzvah at the Israelite
Center Temple Friday evening,
March l.
Laura is a student at the He-
brow Academy, where she is in the
nth graae. She is a Girl Scout
i adette.
The celebrant's parents are host-
ing the Oneg Shabb'it following
services in honor of the occasion.
Attending will be grandparents,
1 Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nipkind.
Concert Feature
Of Wednesday's
Braiicleis Meeting
Wednesday's P*- meeting of
he Bran'deis 4Bstrirt*'oT -wnim
teach Zionist Organization ot
kmerica, in tin audit'rium of the
iurMde Commur.if: l enter, will
: u a concert including Piern
t violinist: Fred
Sold, list, and Mimi Ret-
kin. piar.:.: accompanist.
Louh Hoberman, president of
, an l< District, 1 summarize
lie ia est ne from Israel regard-
c a< dire negotiat ion w ith
.. and political u percussions
i Israel from the formation i-i
he new government.
ide, a vlolini t who has con-
certized extensively in the Miami
area, studied ;it the Parii Con-
senators and has played wit
vionte Carlo Symphony and
ing orchestras in Europe and Is-
rael.
Gould, a classic mandolinist, has
ippi ared with concert groups in
recital at Town Hall and Carnegie
Hall In New Yoik. Locall) he ha
been presented at the Musicians
Club of America in Coral Gables.
hi Pro-Mozan Society oi Greater
Miami, Surfside Music Society and
has also appeared with Frederick
Fennell and the North Miami
Beach Philha.%ioiiic.
Friday, March 1 1974
J\\ ^ A Administration
The fourth and final council of
istration meeting of the De-
oaitment of F wi h Wai
/eten Lad Auxiliary, will
be held md 1:30 a.m :
the Skj .' I NW e
iune Rd. The meeting 11 b
ducted In thiil- y A. Tra, I le
partment p
Camps
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Separate Camps of Distinction
for Boys and Girls on beautiful
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In the Hurl of tl> Pecono MounUlPi of
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Mar ANNOUNCES LIMITED OPENINGS FOR
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Une*ce"e Oim NationTvs.de Enrollments including Campefs from Honda. Ca.. Te
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a" inclusive Camp Fee Includes Round Trip Jet Transportation and Baggage
via Eastern Air Lines Total Tnp it 2 hourt.
Campers are 5 16 Camper vwtei & ClT Programs Boys & Qlrtl 16 or
Utn grade.
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Dcto-Condo Comes
-To South Florida
[The Oclo-Condo is a unique eon-
^Jum b9irfg'"'irtfroduced tu
at Gateland Village in
Bood.
[Octo Condo is a two-story
kg with only eight apart-
altogether ... which means
live there, you have only
neighbors in the building,
Birce more on your floor.
Id that," says Bernaid Kolofi",
some peace and quiet...
y. too."
Dff is the Real Estate Broker '
in charge of sales at Gate-
Village, 3777 NW 78th Ay?.,
foood.
PB adult community is KOing
a quiet residential neighbor-
el ic to shopping but away
from heavy traffic ;ind high rises.
We're putting in several rec-
reation buildings with their own
heated poois, so everyone will be
within two or three minutea of
their own center." continued
Koloff, one of the few persons in
Florida qualified as a "Condo-
minium Consultant."
Sauna baths, billiard tab!
eard rooms, a courtesy bus and
fui! security will aho be provided
"Best of all," says Koloff, "our
top price for a two-bedroom, two-
bath corner apartment is only
S28.990. You save a thou-and do|-
iu'.s by taking a non-corner apart-
ment. This is the best value in
South Florida"
Photo shows (from hit to right) Hon. Jay
Dermer, Ernest Samuels, Hon. Richard
S.cne, Judge Zev W. Kogan. Rabbi Irving
Lehimnn and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, all
of whom participated in the JNF dinner hon-
oiing rlcnda's governor.
[Masada Shall Not Fall Again Is
lieme Of Camp Ocala Shahhalon
a>ada Shall Not Fall Again"
oe the theme of a Shabbaton
icted this weekend at tamp
for the students of the Ju-
High School of the Central
ley for Jewish Education,
tr the leadership of Gene
Ij.nzwoig, director of Youth Pro
timing, and Rabbi Shimon Azu-
ligh School coordinator.
He theme will deal with Jew-
resistance throughout the age-,
tification of the name of God,
lyrdom. and the influence of
events of Masada on the
llogy and theology of the Jew-
people throughout the ages,
in our own day.
More than 100 teen-agers will
rticipate in the weekend activ-
es that will include services,
pgi shabbat. study sessions and
cussions, sports, Israeli dancing
singing, and a trip to Disney
rid Sunday afternoon,
special resource booklet en-
The Masada Complex" has
been compiled for the weekend
i ell as a new song book which
includes both Hasidic and Israeli
melodies.
The weekend will include stu-
li tits irom the Judaica pro-ram
throughout all of Dade County
with more than 15 centers rep-
resented. A special intensive study
program will be held for the mem-
of the Akiva Program, the
S] i cial division for young Jewish
eaders of the Judaica high school
program.
Serving as resource leaders will
be Herbert Zvi Berger, executive
director of the CAJE, Abraham J.
Gittelson. associate director and
Ricky and David Bernstein, a
young couple active in Jewish
y< uth work in the New York area.
The Shabbaton is the second in
i si ries of three that will be held
luring the present school year. It
will be followed by study groups
and programs based on the theme
>t the weekend.
300 Attend Jewish National Fund
Florida Governor
Barton S. Goldberg, president
of Jefferson National Bank of
Miami Biach, has been elected
the "Outstanding Civic Leader
cf 1974 by ths Miami Beach
Civic League. The award will
ba presented at a March 24
luncheon in the Fontainebleau
ifotiL
Two Operas In
Followed By E
(Greater Miami International
pera will present Gaetano Doni-
ftti*s "The Elixir of Love" in
Blian March 10, 12 and 15. and
useppe Verdi's "Rigoletto,"' also
Italian, April 7, 9 and 12.
Luciano Pavarotti returns to the
jiami opera scene as Nemorino
"Elixir of Love." Appearing op-
site him as Adina is Met soprano
jdith Blegen. with Met baritone
ario Sereni as Belcore and New
ork City Opera bass Spiro Malas
Dr. Dulcamara. Sets and cos-
nes for this production are by
pbert O'Hearn, designer for this
ason's production of "The Pearl
shers."
|La Scala baritone Picro Cappue-
li, who first appeared here in
(70 in "Don Carlo," returns to
ng the title role of "Rigoletto"
CRT Launches
lNat'1 Phonathon
J Mrs. William Belfer, public re-
gions chairman for Women's
nerican ORT, Southeastern Flor-
|a Region, has announced that
trough the aeoperation of Haydon
lone & Co., ORT members will
articipate in the National Phon-
khon.
The Phonathon will take place
fuesday. March 12. at 5:30 p.m. at
he firm's offices, 631 71st St. All
. Chapters of Southeastern Flor
1a Region will have representa
lives recruiting new members to
help carry on the ORT program
of vocational education and career
raining.
Around the country, 110.000
members in 850 chapters of Worn
Itn's American ORT will be calline
jrople in their communities and
asking them to join ORT's pnv
gram of vocational education and
training in 22 countries overseas
and on the American scene.
Italian Will Be
njdish Versions
Paris Opera soprano Christiane
Eda-Pierre will sing Gilda. with
vlet bass John Macurdy as Spara-
ucile and New York mezzo-
oprano Rita Noel the Maddalena.
Emerson Buckley, currently
:elehrating his 25th year with the
Opera Guild, will he the conduc-
tor.
For the first time in its 15-veai
History, the Florida Family Opera
I,vision of the Greater Miami
Ipera Association will present
English language versions of the
international productions. These
?erformances, with young Amer-
ican artists in leading ro'.es, will
ie given on Sunday afternoons
following the week-long runs of
; .he international series.
For tickets and information.
write Gnater Miami Opera Asso-
ciation, 1200 Coral \\ay, Miami.
Florida 33145.
Maxwell House Coffee ... A
Traditional Purim Greeting
Funny how some things become
i -raditienal over the years. Mas
veil House Coffee is one of them.
i because its "good to the last drop"
i iavor never varies. It's like an
i ..Id friend that's always nice to
[ '.u>ve around. And what belter time
I o show your guests you caie than
right now... as we appi oach the
Purim holiday?
These days there's a lot of talk
ibOUt speed and getting things
lone quicker (though not neces-
arily bettei1). That's why it's
good to know that Jewish home-
makers can still turn to a time-
proven product like Maxwell
House Coffee. Available in both
instant and regular. Maxwell
House is the traditional way to
greet your guests at Purim.
'Kazablan' Premiering At
Hallandale Theatre March 7
"ftiazablan." a fi.m based on the
iward winning musical that broke
ill records on the Tel Aviv stage.
a i 11 have it? North Dade-Broward
premiere showing at 8 p.m. Thurs-
day, March 7. in the Hallandale
Theatre. 1710 E. Hallandale Beach
Slvd., under the sponsorship of
he Florida Women's Division and |
South Florida Council of American |
Jewish Congress.
Kazablan" is a moving story
of a Moroccan boy and a European
girl b. ought together by a grow-
ing love for their heritage.
For information and ticket reserva-
tions, contact Mrs. Sol Berlin or
the American Jewish Congress of-
fice.
ORT Day Here
On March 20
Every year Women's American
ORT (Organization for Rehabilita
tion through Training) observes
ORT Day throughout the coun-
try, a day traditionally given of-
ficial recognition for the spring
membership and public education
campaign.
The Women's American ORT,
Southeastern Florida Region, will
observe ORT Day Wednesday,
March 20. The committee, chaired
by Mrs. Silvio Speroni, vice presi
dent of membership, includes Mrs
Edward S. Schuman, vice presi
dent of education.
Also Mrs. S. Melvin Apotheker.
publicity and school building chair
: man; Mrs. Howard Horn, vice pre-
ident of espansion; Mrs. Lowell
; Greene, re enrolment chairman:
Mr- Fritzic Leit. financial secrc-
' tary; Mrs. William Belfer, public
relations chairman; Mrs. Sydney
I Kronish. chairman executive com-
mittee; Mrs. Joseph Kanter, na-
tional board member; Mrs. Thomas
Logan, and Mrs. William Tieger,
both vice presidents.
Dinner Honoring
More than 300 persons, among
them some of the leading citizens
of the Greater Miami area, turned
out last week to honor Florida's
Gov. Reubin O'D. Askew at a Jew-
ish National Fund dinner in the
Fontainebleau Hotel under the
chairmanship of th^ Hon. Jay
Dermer, piesident of the Jewish
National Fund of Greater Miami
The JNF announced that a
forest in Israel has been set aside
n Gov. Askew's honor, and will
b' called the "Reubin O'D. Askew
Forest Park."
Secretary of State Richard Stone
gave the keynote addiess, calling
the man in whose name the forest
is being planted "a great hu-
manita tan, devoted to integrity
and honesty in our state."
Participating in the program
were Cantor Saul H. Brceh. who
ang the "Hatikvah;" Rabbi David
Raab, who gave the benediction;
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, who gave
the welcoming addiess, and Judge
Zev W. Kogan. who made a
I presentation to the guest speaker
The musical program included
elections bv opera star Kay
Kramer and Cantor Sholom Katz.
accompanied by pianist-ouiposer
Shmuel Fershko.
Mr. Stone, vhose topic wa
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David Pinski Club Talk
On 'ChassidicLubavitcher7
The Oneg Shabbos of the David
I'inski Club is scheduled for Fri-
day at 8 p.m.. at the Ida Fisher
School Cafeteria.
L. Lasavin, author and lecturer,
will talk on "The Chassidic-Luba-
vitcher Movement;" Hilda Zucker,
with Paul Yanovsky on the man-
dolin, will present a program oi
Yiddish and Hebrew songs, and
Jacob Gorelick will read from a
1 selection of Yiddish classics. Re-
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Friday, March 1 1974
I'GAL NOTfCI
LEGAL NOTICE
Mrs. Sanford Rc.nmcsn (left) and Mrs. Lydia Barham, vol-
unteers a! Mount Sinai Medical Center for many years, were
honored at the third annual "Volunteer Recognition Lunch-
eon" Feb. 15 at the Eden Roc Hotel. Sponsored by the Mount
Sinai Board of Trustees, the luncheon honored nearly 530
active volunteers. Mrs. Rothman was presented with a
'Woman of Achievement" award far the 25,000 hours of
volunteer wcrk she has done at the hospital in the past
years. Mrs. Barham was cited for the 22,000 hours of dedi-
cated service she has given to the hospital.
Dr. Henry Marine Named UM Professor of Law
University of Miami President of Law.
Henry King Stanford has announc-
ed the appointment of Dr. Henry
G. y.unne, nationally known au
t.hority on corporate law. govern-
ment regulation of bii-iness. and
legal-economics policy, as profes-
sor of iaw and director of the new
Center for Studies in Law and Eco-
nomics in the University's School
Present!) Kenan Professor of
Law and Political Science and di
rector of law school planning at
the University of Rochester, Dr
Manne will assume the new posi
ion in August.
LEGAL NOT CE
LEGAL NOTCE
NOTICE UNCCR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious nnme ,
at 7361 Bird Roal, Miami Florida In-
tend! to register said name with tin
cierk >'f the Circuit Court of Dadi
County, Florida.
PHILLIP ZADI
P:iul Kwltney ol the firm of
KWITNEY, KROOP A SCHEINBERG
Attorm v- f..i Applicant
120 i. oln Road, Miami Beach
:; 1-8-15-22
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NOTICE OF SU T
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL DIV S'ON
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-5421
HENRY LISHNER,
Plaintiff.
MARTIN M. GA1SOR. Individually
and a* Bxecutor of th lv I ite of
TOl,A LISHNER and
OBOROB SAMPAS. A''m "ator
i r,\ DBN ol Tin.A ; [SHVBR,
Deceased.
Defendants,
TO: MARTIN M. CJAISOl
Residence Unknov i
TOU ARE HERFBV nTIFlED
that a Petition t' Determine Title
to n certain mortgage i 'ollowlng
,i. scribed real prom 11
Lots i> and 1" Rl
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has been filed and m
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serve a cony of yottr
if any tc, it cm ItU'"
attorney fw the P
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Miami H-a'h K|.,..'
phone !\a-7S71.> n-.l fill
With the Clerk of tl
Curt, ,-n or before I
April. IS74: other*
>>e entered nirainsi
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
STATE OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR
COUNTY OF DADE
NO. 74-5574
IN RK THK MAUHIViKOF
I'AISV H ONFROY,
Wife,
and
RAPHAKI. R ONFROY,
Husband.
NOT'CE OF ACTION
TO: RAPHAEL HlTHEKFoHn
ONFROY
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for dissolution of mar.
*< I >'' n filed against you and
voU ar,. hereby required to serve a
.....v ''' v 'ur wri"' defenses, if any
'" "' action on Stuart J. S..er
''':'.':'": .\. KlSP'P wnoM address
Is .... s \\ RSth Bl Suite BUS Mi-
ami, Florida 88148 on or before April
IjIW. and fll, -h. original with the'
clerk of this courl either before serv. I
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atey thereafter; otherwise a default !
> i be entered against vou for the !
re";'' n.-,,ie,i i ih petlUnn
.WITNESS my '.and and th.....
this < onri on February 7 lfi?4
RICR M'l> P RR7NKER
as Clerk of this Court
By c p o i('i-i a vn
As Deputy Clerk
__________ 1-1-S-15-22
___NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PBOPEtTV)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-5569
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IV RE: The Marriage of
ROBERT ANDERSON,
Husband
S,WHcE Kl':v,'*f' M A*n>BRON.
TO: SISTER KBNTCHUH
ANDERSON
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTIFIFD
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are ri quired ti serve i cony of
SffSSsv5g?^t
RICHARD HHI.VKER
' lei Circuit Court
I Sdi County, Florida
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Attorney. for Applicants
14"1 Brickell Avenue
Suite 808
Miami F| rlda
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By: Bruce Barton Packman
8/1-8-15-82
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Rl Eetati ol
CHAR1 OTTE Ri --
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Ti All i d All r- rsons Hav-
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Esti e:
You arc hereby notified and re-
auired to present any claims and de-
mands which you maj have against
tatt ol CHARLOTTE GROSS
d< ed late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the Circuit Judges of Dade
and ide the same In duidi-
provldi d In Section 733 -
i. Florida Statutes, In thelt i fl
in the County Courthouse in Dadt
County, Florida, within four calendar
| months front the time of the first '
publication hereof or the same will
be bam d
Filed al Miami. Florida, this 2" day
I i ruan D 1974
Qeraldlni !'i-ik
As Bxecutris
publication of this notice on
the 1 day Of Mar.h. 1874.
David s Kumble
at tot i foi K\.. utria
860 LJm oh Rd M ami Pea, h. Fla,
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UGAi NOTICE ______
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
T.ACE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. r4.8487
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HISTORICOS it son \iitJr
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NOTICE UNPER FICTITIOUS ~
,... NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HPREBY r.i\-vv .. ,
the undersigned deaMn ti ,h"'
busineaa under -h* r, ?u. ? *'np:"!" in
PARTY r\int :rs.,uOM7"ar "'
tura Itlvd No-' n ,^i r> Aven"
Wa tttln m, TJ, "'h Kl,,r-
WlOl the Cler. .lo'cf 'Wi.d nnm*
of Dade Count, Florid. ''""
Iv'urt .'
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-1171
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Il RE l'-i:,i. ni
BEATRIi 'E flOt I i\vi .Itv.
a k a UFA Hi ILDWORN
il. .
To All Creditor! and All Persons Hav-
ing claims ot Den indi Against Said
Estate:
You an hereby notified and re-
ouin ii to pr< si :,:,. :..mis and de-
mands uln h you may have sraln*i
"" estate of hfatihcf. QOLLV
W< ttS i k .i BE v QOl DWORN de-
I late of | mdi i ..imii Florida
' 'i. uii Judget of Dad. County,
and file the same In dunlli ite snd is
provided In Ejection 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Cburthousi In Dad.' County, Flor-
ida, within four calendar months from
th< tin-., of Ihe first puhlicafion here-
of, oi the same will be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this ::,th
da) of February, A.D 1H74
William J OOLDWORN
As Executor
First publication of this notice
the 1st day Of March. 1974
WILLIAM .1 QOl DWOIt.N ft
ASSOCIATES
Attorney for Estate
1800 Coral Way, Miami. Fl. 88145
3 1
IN "HE CIRCUIT COURT 0* THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
P9BATE DIVISION (Judge Schull)
PROBATE NO 73-4408
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i Estate ..f
RFTII NI'CCIO,
di 'eased.
Ti til Creditors and All Por^ Ing Claims or Demands Ags it Said
!
v u hereby notified and reoulred
-. present any claims and .;. mnnda
vihich vou maj have against the es
Ii I Rl'TH Nt'CCIt' deceased latu
of Dadi County, Florida, to thi Clr-
uit Judges of Dade Count-, and
fill th. same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in section 738.18. Florida Stat-
Utei in th. ir offices In the Outity
Courthouse in Dade County, Fa rida.
within four calendar months from the
t me of th. first publication hereof,
or tl same will be barn F ,i at Ml iml Florida, this |
of Pi bruary. A.D 1974
SAM J NUCCIO
As Executor
First publication of this ni t're en
laj I March. If.74.
M'FI I BVENSl IN
, Attorm y for Bsei utor
-ii ...ii.- Building
! 19 West Fh.ri.r Street
[ Miami. Florida 33130
r I-I
on
Court
Rnxer S0%
Amu- / Enter Rft-,
.i.KN,^r PH^T,0N
ItAFAI.'l '
Husband,
i -ni
I'M IA SI I
Wife
TO: DAI
v..!'-' "Tl
ivt ionA'' v notified that a
'-s 1,.,.,. '.....f .Maniac-
are h..,,.,,. vou. ;ln,| V(,
your ansv ?" a copy of
Petition "'ondlng to the
HOWARl attorney,
Whose address
';'' Drive Mi
, >!. the ,..
th. above
"':'ult win be
is I8O0 N \
ami. |.
inal win
styled C
ot .. .:
1
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
r!-r'!Jr.ACT,0N NO- 74-3919
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
iv .., n-. OF MARRIAGE
i ,,''',""' Marriage of:
JolIN D BUTLER
Husband
and
ISABEL M. BUTLER
Wife
TO: ISABEL M BUTLER
Ri sldence Unknown
*>' AltK HKIIKIIV XOTIFIFTt
Hal "." no,'"" f"r Dlaaolutlon of
rlage has be,r f.....i u,inil riuw*
\ou are required to serve .-, ,,,
your written defenses, if any n t
Inthj complain, or petition
each welh%tS. '"' M,w"*o n.
WHNKss my lend and ,hp ,
Ini/iTllav^,.^.^';"' "..... ~"
RICHARD P IUMVKF.lt
As Clerk. Circuit Cuuet
Dade County. Florida
"v It .1 ycx
,n,___,, _, A" Deouty Clerk
ii Irrult Court Seal)
S'LNKV EFRONSON
'4 V- B Is' Ave
81? Alns Miami, Florida 33n
Attorn.v f,,r Petitioner
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO 74-4291
... NOT|CE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE THE MARRIAGE <>K
NORBERTO B. DE OIROLAJIO.
Petitioner. %
Vs -,
JpYCE EILEEN DE OIROLAMO
Resnondi nt
i ,,,".' I"V,'K EILEEN DE GIRO
.i.-.,,', ,.T s"lom' unknown AliB
HBRBR1 NOTIFIED TO FILE \ow
written response to this t, tli n for
dissolution f marriasa. with the
Clerlt ot th, above Court ami serve
v, ,v"' .l,'.';'.'i IVIilinm',' Att.rnevs.
X21* 2AMFT \- SMITH, suite 4K
480 South Dixie Highway Cora
n'l'l-. Florida 88144, on or befora
", '';' "' March, 1974. else the
Petition for l.issolution of Marriage
will be taken as confessed
DATED: Feh 13. 1974
RICHARD |> I'.KINKER
By: A ,i kivas
,~, IVputv Clerk
11 null Court Seal)
8 28 8 1-8-16
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
undersigned desiring to en^Ve In
NORTH* TSfrw^.ftJ "'o"
i- \\ vi-;,"AMI parkyhew con-
FNrlr ,,' V Mlaml "'",' '-'Unty.
With fhlncuil,er!f'8,'r v""' ""ma
"" Coul:i,v.FV.r1l:,'^"i',,:-' -rt
"ARRls^IRKlSff^^
tttori jri for Applicant
-' N I: 1st Avenue. .Miami. Fla
l/l-8-lS-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
,h \CK ,S HBKKHY On-EN tha8
Attorney! for Applicant
.1 l-s-lTi-38
! '"." ^ us
1 of February,
.-r,4ATi:"
,' WNKEB
"' uit Court
' v.HKit
>-2S 3/1-!
NOTICE UNPFR FtrTITIOUS
busine-s under the f L"'' '",
19800 W^D.",,1
1st
"ami Baaek. Fl.
- -.. ..,.,, ii,.,.n ,,...
Attorney fr LeTt, Ine
is-n
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OP tb
H-VENTH iUDiC^rcSTcJlT-
DIVISION
NO 74-405R
Vv^lsMY's'KVifo
Residence Unknown
Tr> ,".', ine -""dress is:
TO: LEROY BUSKIRK
Po Office ltoX 7
YOlt,,'i>i!.1'''. N'" Jersey
m mm
me ... the p r "r, Mher o'-
Court on ... bfor(. This "- d^r of
I1;,-;,,.:;.;;
!iATI:" T'*" a*J of February
(le; mi CoA
By C COPEI.AND
8/16-88 3/1-8

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Friday, March 1, 1974
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Page 15-B
UGAL NOTICE
IEGAI NOTICE
LEGAl NOTICE

NOTICE OF ACT ON
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE cm \'TY.
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.3087
ACTION FOR D'SSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
piV RE: The Marring.- oi
ALEJANDRO CAHI.' 'S i '. ;: \T.v
Husband. Petltl nor.
} PNORA oi.ivera cafff.iiata.
Wife. Respondent.
TO: NORA OLIVEIIA c 'A V'-r.V \1 A
350 Toms Mai.....i. FuMo I iin
Una, Peru
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTTFIFI
that an action for ln>.-olut M r-.
riage has been fil-.i ...
you are require.!
your written den i, i
on DANIEL RETTI-.,;. .
P.- '-.I--..
Kress Building, ir v E _
Miami. Florida
orii
sty.
1974;
tered
ma


, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-360 iSc.iuls)
IN" HE: ESTATE OF
RITA IVEINBERU
Deceased
NOTICE OF PROBAT E
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO Al I PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF SA'TJ DECEDENT.
You are hereby notified that a writ-
ten Instrument purporting to he the
aal will ami lestamenl of aald dc-
hai bei i admit ti d I......bal i
iin aald Court You are hereby <-nm-
, manded wlihln six calendar montha
from the date of the firs! imbi
of thi'- notice tii jiiiiii.i- In paid Court
ami ai'ow causa, If any you an, why
the action of said Courl Sn admitting
said will to probate should nol stand
unrevoked.
OKORQE E SCHU1 7.
"|r n i 'ourl .I'-lir,
Itir-llAI'Ii P. DRINKER, rvrk
l'.\ U>IS F I \s Pi iltFIEI.D
I .- uty ''I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO property;
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-3697
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
PETITION FOK DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
Tin '.mas C. BAILEY.
Husband,
and
JOAN C. BAILEY,
u |fe
TO: MRS .1' IAN C. BAILEY
i ? idleatone Lane
Matawan New Jer i v
roc ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
I-1 i (i. n t, i lissolutlnn oi
youi" marriage has be< filed and
i mmenced In this i ourl and you
equlred to \ n opj oi youi
\ ii 'in answ. r an.i <: sea, If BIU
on EMANVEI I EVENSON, ; m
v for Pel Ii loner, a h addi
ii 11.--..--.-i in .
-aid court at .Miami, Florida
4 day of Febru..r\.
i\ :
At, Cl-
i | i :
A- i i
g'irruit foil!
:i:
foi
2 '
NAME LAW
NOTICE '.<: -
the under.-.s
in bufelni^ ti- i: i.
of sOfHCA i e maim-11 -. a.-
SOC1ATES VI.
North Mlam. I'..-.oh. !' -
tends to regisiei s.,.-'i ii.jin-
Clerk of tli- c.i u ; '--u .
County. Fir
ERIC RAD
DAVID V. 0"NMl.\K
Attorney fo: Ii i*11
1497 N.W. Til. S.i.cl
Miami. Fiord.,
2/8-15-22 3 I
nii i iue t'i- t'i -in
CONSTRUCTIVE "VICE
rNO pPftp-- -
IN TI'F C'^CUIT COURT nr Tug
II FVrNTH lUO'C.'Ai CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN .',ND FOR
C nr r 'i
CENERA' i I8DIC
n*'eir#u
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.2177
V I ill
act:c\ TiON
O^ MARRIACE
rx i
|'H. :.-:-.
w
!
RAYM" 'XP CASTR' i.
VV1TJ ; 5S ii hai : ... u ti.-
of raid ourl al Miami Florida on
ti,,- % daj Fi b 1974
RICH \i.l> P LtltlXKEII
As C ui; 'ourt
Dadi u ty, PI
B> 0 J FOY
A Depul} L'l
(I :iri Ull ''"in Si
. ENS' IN
iu
street
r Pel ler
: 3/1-8
IEGAI NOTICE
~IN the circuit court of the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FCR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIV SION
CASE NO. 74-4923
IX l'l'.; The Man
Cl INTi IN 1:1 .-.-
Petitioner,
and
l.l-i'V WORTHY Rl'SSELL,
Rei oondeni
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: LUCY WORTHY RC88ELL
.1 K Kennedy Apai tmei
A:>;irlm- nl II)
Ambrld ti Pennsj \\ anla
rOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Pi -it on for D lul
r I rase hai been filed against you,
ami you ar, t lulred lo servi
of your Am 1 1 or PIi adlns to thi Pe-
hi .1 rr .!!
M Plnh 111 1 Attoi \ 1 \ \N-
1 >ER Nl IB1: I'- i S "1
u ml K
tia In
1 the riei .-..-
Court 1 11 or i fore "4 If
H (all d...... ludgmi nl
fault ill be taki n for

f. r |ii--..'n
Thlt Notice shall Ii" puhiuhi I ti......
1:0 l| 'l '. PCH
in Till; JEV ISH Fl iRIDl VN
POXE AND 1
u
74
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I : Count) '
Hi ;. .1
i
IEGAI NOTICE

\ \>. I >
ami F
111. -. for I '
:;'i: In- .,.,','
Mi
1, 1 hi
1 u.ii
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUOiC'AL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
;*NO. 85792 (Dowlnpi
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO MAKE APPLICATION
FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
In Re:
The V.-
ABRA'I \M I.II'SIIITZ
Inoomneietit.
NOT 1 Is h 't'i by Riven thai '
ham
Petit 1
Dfacfa
Derfco.'.
tate
litconi'
day of
the H
Count
. my Final Repot I and
for Distribution and PIi I
1- the Quardlan of the
nril -rone'tv of the Ea-
ABRAHAM LIP8HITZ.
1 ai. an lhal on tl
Uarch, 1974. will apply to
. Circuit Judges of 1> ide
. Flotilla for anproval if
aald Fir ii Kii'ott ami ilistrilmtion.
and fin.1 dlacharice as Ouardlan of
the Esta'-i1 altovcmentloneil, ll:.>
21 day f F- hruuiA I'.'74
FAN'Mt: i.i\'SHEE, Ouardlan
Myron l: Herman. Emi
P.O P. x mil
N.M.B Flu ::::k."
J-I6U'J
Attorn. > (or (luaniian
and Estate
3.1-8-1-.-2J
R \ VMi iXD '' -
\.
I 1 .' > .
YOU ARE HER
'hat ai > 1 I 1
n I .
you and you an 1
...- en 1
any. t,. 11 ... :,I ]' s me Bttor
Rey for Pi
Ii I N.W. i: 111 Avel
Ida and fl a thi w'th 11
. : iiu above "- 1 u
before Marc] ,
will be 1
for the relief demanded In ih om-

'i his noi Ice shall 1 nublisl -1 1
1 .... foiu i ,,.., .,-
in THE .ll'\. ISH Fl ORID'AX
WITXESS my hand the il ol
Ftald ci tin -u .\i ml on tl ii
II!. day i: I' II HI
As 1 lerk, "Ir u 1 urt
11 ide 'ounty, Fli r! r
i ly \\ T YMI
Al 11. iutj
nil Courl Se
DAVID E. STOXE. BSi
STi >XE A SOSTCHIX. P.A.
IM N.W 12th A\ enue
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
'-;--. .1
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE
inter 87* FN
I '..'..,.
u t-ln AB-
. IXC .v STORA
.. o 1' 1 .
- on
... prcperti
i-.-.l 1 i lusehold v. ds as 1 ne pi
CAREY '' MATTHEWS
. addrei Rlvo Alto
.;! Island. Mil "
! h. Floi 11 I that on ihe
March, 1974 duriliK the le-
t..... .-al-- mainly 1
II forei.....1 and 2:00 In (hi
S W. 24th Avenue, Ml-
Florida the undersiirned shall
on', r foi aale to the hlahesi I
for ...i-li in hand tin- above deao '!
> of CAREY C MATTHEWS.
: 1. -i at Mi.nm. Florida, thl
I i nary, l7.
I -.3 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Nl iTICE IS HBREB1 GIVEN t
..-.- In
bualneae un ler the fid u m ol
VLCALZAR FCRNITURE, ReUil Fur-
-. '-': 'I 1 '- and
,1 _...' 1 oral XX aj. M
f thi 1 Ircull L"
County, Fioi
ARAIEX FCRNITURE I.N< .
'2 ~- w I"8~1P
IN THE CIRCI IT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
POORATC O V SION
PROBATE NO 74-792
(Juila- Dowl.ng)
ps- \-r
\ 1 Ri X TEI PER,
D
N<--e|(-c |-)F DDr-^A-E
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO Al I. I
1 E I -..... 'EXT
v !! : '
>,.ii ini irun 1 purp
lai v ill and 11 stami
: mlt'-'l 1 iin hai 1
. ., r>u '
d wltl
1 1 ..... ,
thla nolici C '"
..,.,1 riiou ise. you '
the 1
paid will to
unrevoked.
FPAXK B Dl 'W 1X41
1 11 a t I "
[CHARD P RR'NKER "' rV
By MIR1 ^M B HP-NPRICKSON
I.. nuts
BIM< '": HAYS .v ORCN :'' ERO
roe El 1 u- r|a
\ ......
j 1 Florid 181
i.-ii- nubld .1
"" : 14.U
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCU1T
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 74-4537
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MAPRIACE
:.\ RE: The Mai
BESSIE NATII VNSI N,
Wife.
.......MON L, XATH IXS< >N,
liu-! .
Tii MR POl OMOX I.. XA"
- ue
Highland Par
Yin- Aii- HEREBY
that an
rli -: hi I..... u and
you ire 'I '
rll
... ui' Km Itm v al r
'XEY.
KRi
. 1 Mini :
P"la. and
:->-
.. ';. ill
i :
for fou weeki
HE JEWISH 1
W1TXESS m: 1 .....
la on
u
P
1
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r \
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NOTICE 1 "~" F "_ U3
vi TIC i- '
J
business ui '
- 1
h the 1
'
- -i |X Fit 1
.-
.1 '" x^
B >' M.
AN
\: ey I
'"''ells I
11
atc;
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-5009
ICTION TO EXPUNGE FROM
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
TN RE: H HIKI1T K. l'AX'l -
Plaintiff
ml
BPIBQKI- IX''
Defe'i'i ir'
TO: BPIK'iKi-. IN'
- Vfi< \\ e.-t .I'.tli Street
Toc,u'akk"hkk..:hv xi.tip.wp
Wa has 1.....t. filed against you am
you K .o.iired to aerve a copy of
Bur written defenses if any. to It
on CK" : IK SAMl'AS. ESQ.., attor-
fiev for Petitioner, whose address Is
ItcT-Lln.oh. Road. Suite 111. Miami
Beach. Florida 331W. and file the
oria-mai with the clerk of the above
atvled "n '" i-efore -vorll
1974: twise a default tl' >; -
tered naalnsl you for the relief de-
mand'l In the eomi.laint or petll n
HK ,.;iee shall he nut'lished "nee
we/K for four conseeutlve week!
nTPK .1RW1SH KlOHUi'AN
WTTXKSS my hand and the seal
f said .-urt al Miami. FhHda on
tkia 21 'Iin "f KeliruaiT. I*"
" RirilARD P BR1NKBR
A Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By 1 BNBEDBN
As Deputy Clerk
gSnnS:^..,,l,Xrfd.,,V3{3!.
JLttornev for Petitioner ^ ,.s.i:i.oo
M
4 *e."
SOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
rTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN tha.
underalaned dealrlna to *"***
"Tnaaa under the fictitious name
fuSS OF TOYS tl!W Bls-
nifd N. Miami. Florid-. '"-
to reKiater aald name with tne
of the Circuit Court oi Daoe
fly. Florida. _
S. I.1PTON. INC.
Mejl H Zemel
ornev for applicant
ttttt N K IH Ave ____
*,*, Beach Fla. UlU ^ ^^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FCR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-29893
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
lSAl'.Kl. .MARY Kltl UGER and
.MATH DA s CALLAN.
Plaintiffs.
v>
VIOLET E KOLAR and
_--------- KOI.Alt. her husband
and ItnllKHT JOSEPH
KOLAR and DOROTHY KOLAR,
his wife, and If any of
the aforeaiild aaned Defendants
he dead, their unknown devlaeee,
heirs, personal representatives,
1, irat.es. irrantee.s. or claimanta,
otherwise under or airalnsl them
and any person or persons unknown
to the Plaintiffs havhiK or claimlni;
to have any rlarht title or inter, t
in the lands, through, hy. or under
said Defendants,
Defendants.
TO VIOLET K KiH.Alt. 2317 New-
kirk Avenue. Brooklyn, New York,
, limt ------------ koi.au. her Ihiso.ii!.'
address unknown: and if any of 111*
aforesaid named 1 lefei dai ti be Ii I,
. their unknown devise..s. hi Irs, per-
sonal representatives, legatees, arant-
ees, or claimants, otherwise under or
against them and any person or per-
sons unknown to the Plaintiffs bav-
ins; or clnimliiK to have any rlrht
title or interest In the lands, through.
i,v or under said Pefandants.
YOC AIllO HKIIKI'.Y NOTIFIED
that an action to UlIKT TTTLIE to
the followina property in Dade t oun-
lyLT1fccklofTRpWOALB8.
TATBS. accordiiia to the I iat
.reof. re.orded in Plat look
50. Pan 31 of the Public Rec-
ords of Dade County. Florida
has been filed aaalnst you and you
ir. required to serve ., copy of your
written d.f.nse if any to II on
SAMFKI. E SMITH. Attorney for
Plaintiffs, whose address I. 4W South
Dixie Highway. 8ulte 4K. I Oral
Gables. Florida, and file the orijrinal
with the Clerk of the above styled
court on or before the 6 day of April.
1974: otherwise n default will be en-
tered aralnst you for the relief de-
manded In the Complaint.
This Notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in the Jewish Florldlan
WITNESS my hand and seal of
this couri this 21 day of February,
1914
' RICHARD P. BRINKBR.
As Clerk of said court
By A J. R1VAS
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal*
VON ZAMFT SMITH
Attorneys for Plaintiffs
420 South Dixie Highway. Suite 4K
Coral Gobies Florida 3.3146
3/1-8-1&-Z*
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 "K
Jl HY FIELDS. Wife
and
PAUL FIELDS. Husband
To: Paul Fields
VOV ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai -'ii action for Dissolution ol Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
vou are required to serve cow 01
your written defenses, if any, t" it
on BRIAN B. PEARL, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is .1".." BIS-
cavne Suite UMt, Miami. Florida 3313..
and file the original with the .lerk ol
the above styled court on or before
March 19 1974: otherwise a detault
will be entered acainst you for Hi-
relief demanded In the complaint or
"'ThlS notice shall be publish..! OnOS
each week r..r four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORJDLVN.
WITNESS my hand ami the seal
,,f ^aiii court at Miami. Florida on
this 14) das of February, 19T4.
RICHARD P. BRINKBR
Ai Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C. P. COPELAND
As Depute Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
BRIAN S PEARL
gOSO lti.-oavne lllvd.
Miami. Fla. Ml*!
Attorney for Petitioner ^ |/1>w|
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HBRBBT CIVKN that
Ihe undersigned, d( string to engage in
business under the fictitious nfjneot
All (irad.s Scrap Metal at SMI NY\
North River Drive. Miami Florida in-
tends to register said nnm- with 'he
clerk ..r the Circuit court of Dade
County. Florida.
Svliuta Urns 1 orp
GERALD SILVERMAN
AttornoN for applicant _
300 Roberts Building. Miami. Fla
2/22 3/1-S-la
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRl CTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPEPTV1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDX'AL CIRCU'T
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-4103
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARR'AGE
in PE: Till: MARRIAOE OF
FIDEL .1 FERNANDEZ,
Husban 1
KiFKMIA M FERNAND
Wl*
TO: Eufemla M. Fernandei
V,.r ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dli solution "i Mar-
riage has been filed agglnSl v,.|i am'
....i are required 1.. 1 v- .1 ."py of
vour written defense*, if anj 10 II
on BRIAN R PEARL attorne:
Petltli ner, whose addri It '" "'*-
r-Rvne B'vd., Suite l"2, Miami. For-
ida 33137. and file the original with
the .lerk of thi- above ityled court
en or before March B9, 1874: other-
wise a default will be entered anally-'
vou for the relief demanded In th.-
.1 mnlalnt or petition.
This notice shall be published once
acb week for four consecutive weeks
i THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
Raid eourt al Miami Florida on this
II day "f Febru iry. 1974
RICHARD P BRINKBR
..\s 1 ".. ''I', li" Court
Dad- County Florida
Bv c P Cl 'PE1 ^ND
\s Denuty Clerk
(CIrruit Cour" Seali
PRIAN S PEARL
Biscayne B!vd
Miami. F1
Attorney for Petitioner ^ f <]r
NOTICE UNCF.R FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XI.TH'1' IV GIVEN tint
I in
bua ess uiuli u> name
CEN.....lO Ml SIC 1: \xn al
, .....,-. h intends
to reglsti r said Clerk
thi Circuit 1 'ou f Dade County.
,"""'i,,a- JOSET.OSOR'O ,M.
IN THE C'CCL"T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOIC'AL C'RTUIT
IN AND FOR
PAOF COUNTY. Fi ORIDA
GENERA' ." R'SDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-3832
NOTICE OF SUIT
IN PI.....H "'''
IAE KA
Pet'i
I.i iR< 'THY E K V LIN,
i;. ndenl
TO: DOr.O"'llY F. KAI.l.'N
1 i.-.n > h SI n
Ivi New ''
VOU ARE Nl'"' I''' I "' Pi ''
for Dlssi lutlon of Mat '
HI,.' and y hi are renulred I
.....hv v ur An-".
ihe Pel '" v'' rn< v ''
Ii WHITE 2 Vlfri I I luP
Building. Miami. Flo. ida I
file the original Al "' PI '"line
.,, .1 .. 1 >fft< .. of the Cl, -k "f the
hove Courl on or before the 22 day
of Mar. h, 1974 if V u fail '1 so.
ludgi 11 ni l defaull will 1.....
sgalnsi rou for the relief demanded In
the Pe' ,
DONE AND ORDERED this 0 da*
,.f February, 1974, ,,....
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk, cireu'i Courl
Bj C 1. ALEXANDER
D puty Clerk
2 18-21 3/1-8
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HF.KF.BY OIVEN tha"
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslneaa under the fictitious name o!
SAM UTS KITCHEN CABINETS
CO at US W. 6th Street. Hialeah.
Florida intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol
Dade County. Florida.
CRISTINO SAAVEDRA-501
JI'AN TKJKRA-2B'i
I.I.IS ii. 1J-BRENA-2S'.
2/22 3/1-8-15
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO ^4-7?
NOT'CE TO CREDITORS
In KB; Estate of
HATTIE WE1SMAN
deceased ,.
To All Creditors and All Persoi Hay.
Ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Batata: ,
You are hereby notified and re-
oulred to ores, nl any claims and de-
mands which you may have asatnsi
.....state of H ATT IK WEISMAN
d late of Dad County, Flor-
ida, to the Circuit Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in duplicate
ami as provided In Bectlon 7SS.M,
Florida Statutes. In thalr off
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
i tv, Florida, within four calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
he barred.
Filed al Miami Florida, this .1
lay of February. A D 1A74.
Ray Cohen
As Executor
FA! XCK. FINK ft POBtfatM
attorney for Executor
1502 Congress Bldg.
Siami. Fla. 3JX82 -
'1-5471 />-
NOTICE CF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPER-Yi ____
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-2S9*
GENERAL JURISDICTION
D'VIS'ON
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN BE: THE MARRIAOE OF
ni'ADAl Ti: '-ASTEI.I.A.N09
CARDONA. Wife.
and
ABEL CARDONA.
Husband
TO ABEL CAPDONA
S043 W. 21 Place
Chicago. Illinois M623 ___,_
TOU ARE HBREBV NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolutl in l Mar-
ringe has 1.....n filed against you and
vou are reuuir. d to serve a COOT ol
vour written defenses, if any to tl
on ALBERT I. CARRICARTE attor-
nM for Petltlonar, whpai address in
7001 B W >'. Avaiuie, Miami. FlorlU
22148 Phone No c.*-vrt-v.l ami file
the original with the clerk of_ the
above styled curt on or botore Mar. n
IE li-74; otherwise a default ',>
entered aaatnat you tot the r.liel
demanded in the complaint or petl-
This notice shall be published once
each week for four eonse-utive weeks
In THE JEWISH Fl-OR'1^!*,- ....
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this SI dav of Janua-v. 197V
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Clrcu.i Court
Dude County ( lorida
By A J RIVAS
As Deputy Clerk
,C|ruit Court Seal, __.
Al^ERT I. CARR1CART2C. ESQ.
7001 S W 11 Avenue
Miami. Florida IM4S
Attorney for ****""*t+.U4S ,


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WE CONTINUE THE 4th WEEK OF SAVINGS WITH OUR
President's Week Big Sell-ebration!
FOOD
SAVE 3 WAYSLHONEST VALUES!..BONUS SPECIALS!.. PLUS MERCHANT GREEN STAMPS!
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 26'
PLAIN OR SELF RISING
Gold Medal
FLOUR
69e
LB.
BAG
BONUS SPECIAL!
DELICIOUS TOMATO
Del Monte
CATSUP
49c
32-OZ.
BOTTLE
LIMIT ONE SAC, PIEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF $7
0 MORE. EXCUJOING CIGARETTES.
LIMIT TWO BTIS.. PIEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES.
PUNCH
84-OZ.
PKG.
LAUNDRY DETERGENT
LIMIT ONE PKG. PIEASE, WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF $7 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
FLA. OR SHIPPED-FRESH ICED
FRYER QUARTERS
GRADE A'
LEG OR BREAST
QUARTERS
FLA. OR SHIPPED GRADE A
FRYER PARTS
. WHOU MKASTS WtTH HIS
. WHOU LEGS
. THIGHS Of DRUMSTICKS
89
C FRESH
lb ICED.
QUICK FROZEN GRADE 'A'
YOUNG TURKEYS
5-9 LB.
AVG.
69
BASTED
IB.
BEEF BRISKET
DBtr DKI9IYE I choice western $ __
WHOLE BONELESS.0R POINT HMF.80NElESS .1
PLAIN OR WITH RAISIN
Quaker Natural Cereal
DELICOUS
3 Minute Quick Oats
ALL FLAVORS
16-OZ
PKC
12-OZ
PKC
79*
33'
DELICIOUS
Dream Whip Topping &&V 49c
FULL OF NUTRIENTS ^^.
Wheatena \iS 33c
HALF GAL. CTN.
Light K" Lively Ice Milk 79c
NON-DAIRY CREAMER
Carnation Coffee-Mate fttf $109
WISHBONE
Italian Dressing JSSfc 75c
DELICIOUS
JO GALLON SIZE
PKG $139
Hefty Trash Can Liners 5?& $1
99% FAT FREE I ALL FLAVORS
Kava Instant Coffee 3 \& $1
SUNSHINE
Vienna Fingers 2p2kgz 79c
NABISCO
Cinnamon Treats............." 55c
Les Cal Yogurt 4
8-OZ.
CUPS
9B7. FAT FREE
WISCONSIN HOLLAND STYLE BABY
Gouda or Edam Cheese
6-OZ
PKG
Les Cal Cottage Cheese & 49c
IMPORTED AUSTRIAN
Alps Sliced Swiss Cheese 6PKGr 65c
69c
iiisweet Margarine 2 pVX 85c
P.P. BRAND
Sour Cream............................ DELICIOUS ^^_
Flo-Sun Orange Juice 3~n" 89c
AMERICAN KOSHER
Franks or Knocks
C1AUSSENS
12-OZ $119
PKG
QUARTERS
1
Kosher Pickle Spears ?S!ffT 89c
AIL BAKED GOODS MADE WITH PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING
FRENCH COCONUT
59
22-OZ.
PKG.
P.P. BRAND OVEN FRESH
100% Whole Wheat Bread && 39*
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUN.. MARCH 3
AT All FOOO FAIR STORES
EXCLUDING FOOO FAIR KOSHSR MARKETS.
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
MOST OF OUR PROOUCE IS NOT PREPACKAGED
SO THAT YOU CAN BUY EXACTLY WHAT YOU NEED
ROME E'AUTY
APPLES
3v79c
Florida Oranges 10 > 59e
GOOD RAW OR COOKED ~ _
Yellow Turnips Z m. 29
DELICIOUS EATING SLICED _
Hawaiian Pineapple H& 89e
FLORIDA WHITE 4* -
Seedless Grapefruit 3 for oo
SAVE 15' ON A JAR OF MARRIOTT
Salad Dressing
ALL
PURPOSE
JUICY
YOU WILL FIND A COUPON IN A
PKG. OF 3 OR 6 TOMATOES
(IN OUR PRODUCE DEPARTMENT)
COLORFUL __
Fresh Cut Gladiolus bunch 79c
KRAFT __
Orange-Grapefruit Juice T 49c
SPARE TIME FROZEN
Meat Pot Pies
TURKEY
OR
CHICKEN
6-OZ.
PKGS
SJ69
ON-COR FROZEN WITH GIBIET
Sliced Turkey ^..jum
ON-COR FROZEN -^,
C I" L Pi i WITH GRAVY $169
Salisbury Steak &.& I
BOOTH'S FROZEN <%n.
Ocean Perch Fillet gg 99
Serwice s4fakfy&&0t
AVAILABLE ONLY AT STORiS WITH SERVICE COUNTERS
ALL MEATS ( CHEESE SLICED TO ORDER'
SMOKED CHUBS
DELICIOUSLY c0
FRESH (BABY ^ 1 i>~
WHITE FISH) LB.
FRESHLY SMOKED LOX OR 9Q
Nova Scotia Salmon *E""$1"
DELICIOUS _.
Chopped Liver hl*f 79c
HYGRADE S BLACK FOREST '-mtkr
Bar-b-Que or Olive Loaf "Sf 79
IMPORTED ICELAND mgkr
Oden Semi-Soft Cheese ...,Sr" 59c
ILABIE ONLY AT STORES WITH SERVICI COUI
POMPANO
$|79
Wf MSUVI TIM RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTim 1, NONI SOLD TO Of AIMS. NOT RISfONSilLI fORTYPOORAPWICAlIRROR*.
FLORIDA
CAUGHT
FRESHLY SUCK) B* LB.
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Miami, Florida Friday. Marc* 1. 1974
Section C
District Judge Bans Club From
Discriminating Against Jews
U.S. District Court Judge Nor- whose members from inception I violation of federal laws but of the
man Roettger has ruled that a ] have been only white and Chris- City of Miami penal code, which
Miami yacht club must stop dis-
criminating against Jews and
Blacks.
Judge Roettger declared that the
Biscayne Bay Yacht Club's mem-
tian, the effect of the sponsorship I prohibits discrimination by any
requirement is to deny Blacks and person or organization leasing city
Jews any meaningful opportunity property.
for membership.
Judge Roettger's
ruling em-
bership policy is in violation of phasizes that the club's practices
the 14th Amendment, which [ are in special violation of federal
guarantees equal protection under laws because for $1 annually since
the law.
1962, the city has leased bay bot-
THE BISCAYNE Bay Yacht Club tom land to thc >'acnt club for
has maintained all along that it ] i^?&Jicj}}*}-c
does not practice discrimination. |
Judge Roettger said in his ruling
Biscayne Bay Yacht Club Com-
modore John W. Price insists that
the club has never practiced dis-
crimination, but he "can't say
there are and can't say there
aren't" any Jewish members.
He admits that, except for the
"taxes
that the club's position
credulity."
The club was founded in 1887,
and it has had no Jewish or Black
members since then, with the ex-
ception of one honorary Black
member, the commodore of the
Jamaica Yacht Club.
Judge Roettger's ruling was in
response to a discrimination suit
filed by David Fincher, a Black,
and Harold Golden, a Jew, both ,
of whom wanted to join the Bis-1
cayne Bay Yacht Club but were
told that membership is by spon-
sorship only.
THESE DOCKS are for mem-1 honorary Jamaican commodore,
bers only, Roettger emphasized, | "we've never had a Black mem-
and thus the club is not only in I ber."
JWV Auxiliaries Electing
New Officers for 1974-75
The activities of the Department i will be awarded to chairmen hold-
Principals of the highly successful Histadrut Economic Con-
ference for Israel, held in Miami Beach last week congrat-
ulate each other on the record sums raised for the Israel
Histadrut Foundation at the Fontainebleau Hotel. From left
are William H. Sylk of Philadelphia, national campaign
chairman; Dr. Leon Kronish, chairman of the board of di-
rectors; Moe Levin, chairman of the host committee and
national vice president; and Gen. Meir Amit, president of
Koor Industries who was guest of honor and principal
speaker at the annual awards banquet.
of Florida Ladies Auxiliaries of
the Jewish War Veterans next
Norman Bruce Brown 174: A
regular meeting will be held Tues-
day at 8:15 p.m. at Pythian Hall.
THIS MEANS that an applicant W. Flagler St., conducted by Es-
must be sponsored by three club ther Jacobs, president. Elections
members and be voted upon bv of officers for 1974-75 will be held,
secret ballot of the club's Board West Miami 223: Natalie Rosen-
ing the same position for three
years, and membership pins to
members of 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25
years continuous membership.
Murray Solomon 243: The an-
nual donor-dinner affair will be
held at the Montmartre Hotel Sat-
of Governors.
While Biscayne Bay
ing at Temple Zamora. conducted
berg, president, will conduct a I by Evelyn Lowe, president.
Yacht meeting Thursday. March 7, at | victor B. Freedman 613: Rose
NEW YORK The Politburo had to think feverishly about what
to do on Solzhenitsyn and came up with the cleverest possible solution:
to carry him bodily out of Russia. They got rid of his physical presence
if not of his continuing, brooding shadow.
It was a cunning answer to an impossible question. They didn't
urday evening. A business meet- dare kill or even imprison him, much as they would have wished to.
ing will be held on Tuesday eve- They couldn't afford to let him be. So they seized him and flew him
out.
AS LONG as he was inside he was a rival government, attracting
every dissident to himself as a dynamic center, revealing conditions
Club's by-laws do not bar Jews 8:15 p.irl at the home of Snirle> Hecnt presidcnt will conduct a .^ Russia as only a Russian inside Russia could do. outside he can
and Blacks from membership. I Weizenthal. Officers will be
Roettger ruled that "in a club I elected for 1974-75. Semcesjuns
Proclamation Issued By
Rabbinical Association
The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami has issued a
proclamation designating the Sabbath of March 1 and 2 as "Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund Sabbath."
The "Sabbath" will launch the month of March as Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund month which highlights
the 1974 campaign.
The proclamation was issued in the name of the Association
by Rabbi Maxwell Berger of Temple Zamora, president of the
Rabbinical Association, and Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director of
the Greater Jewish Federation's Community Chaplaincy Service
and executive vice president of the Rabbinical Association.
The proclamation reads: 'The Combined Jewish Appeal,
which is sponsored by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, is
the oldest and largest fund raising arm of the entire Jewish com-
munity. It provides for the humanitarian needs of over 40 ben-
eficiary agencies local, national, and overseas. The Israel
Emergency Fund is a crash program to provide vitally needed
funds to enable Israel to withstand the tremendous economic
liurdens which have been brought on as a result of the ongoing
hostilities in the Middle East. Since the crisis continues unabated,
the need for support of the Israel Emergency Fund remains a
prime responsibility.
"In view of the extreme importanco of the campaign. The
Rabbinical Association's television program, "The Still. Small
Voice," will be devoted for four consecutive Sundays during
M-rch to the functions of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
The programs will be seen on WCKT-TV, Ch. 7, at 10 a.m. on
March 3, 10, 17. and 24. The March 3 program will be a first
time television broadcast of the Federation's 1974 campaign film
-We Are One," featuring Sam Jaffe, Dalian Lavi. Lee J. Cobb.
With narration by Eli Wallach. The March 10 program will fea-
ture leaders of Federation's Community Relations Committee m
a discussion of their role and plans for action in the community.
"The Rabbinieal Association of Greater Miami, therefore
calls upon all synagogues and temples to support this central
fund-raising program in accordance with the sacred Jewish tra-
dition of. 'Tzedakah' which makes charity not an option but a
ious requirement.
The synagogue, which has always been the fountainhead of
moral preachment', must assume this great humanitarian and
moral responsibility.
-A communitv machine cannot function properly, nor can
its services be adequately delivered unless each of its member
Darts Performs in accordance with its full capacities. Only in this
way can a better life be provided for countless members here
and abroad."
^rit X^e^d^atEas't continue to write and talk with his great moral authority, but the
Hallandale Beach Blvd. The elec- dimension of being inside Russia is gone.
tion of officers for 1974-75 will be He knew all along how much this counted for. That was why he
held and past national president, didn't dare risk leaving Russia to receive his Nobel Prize, knowing he
Hahina Freeman will speak on would never be allowed back. That was why he refused to leave, what-
current events. J ever the harassments.
Col. David Marcus 746: A board j His meS3a?e was ciear: If he ever left, it would have to be in a
meeting will be held Wednesday coffin
660nNW "Wrd6 H***"** ^ HE WAS. and is. a Russian patriot in a quite literal sense of loving
South Dade 778: Members will his fatherland and his mother, the Russian earth. It had given him life,
participate in a blood bank drive had nourished and sustained him, and he didn't mean willingly to cut
at Temple Beth Am Sunday from himself away from it.
J to noon. Leah Eisenman. presi- j Tne experts 0n Russia tell us the closest parallel is with Leon
dent, and officers will attend the Trotskv-s expulsion. The analogy goes only a short way.
Trotsky was part of the power struggle inside Russia for the suc-
cession to Lenin. He offered a different brand from Stalin's, but it
was a different brand of the same Marxist product.
HE WAS more intellectual than Stalin, more humane, more rev-
olutionary perhaps But he never once challenged the system itself.
He only wanted to be the one to run it.
The gulf between Trotsky and Solzhenitsyn is unbridgeable. Sol-
zhenitsyn will have no truck with the total Soviet system. He learned
about its nature the hard way, in the savage school of the interroga-
tories and the prison camps.
That i; why the "Gulag Archipelago" is his crucial work.
It shows that the Soviet legal, judicial and penal process is the
heart of the system, that the nature of the system is shown not by its
theory or ideology, its party structure or government trusts or its
planning, but by what it regards as crimes and punishments and how
jf the Department of Florida Sun
dav. 9:30 a.m. at the Skyways
Motel.
Rally Staged For
Israeli POWS
In Syrian Hands
North American Jewish Students
NETWORK, the North American'
member of the World Union of
Jewish Students, is organizing a
nationwide rally in every city
where there is a branch of the
American Red Cross. The purpose
Of the rally is to demonstrate the it handles them. ._. of
demand for the International Red THERE LIES bis danger for the Soviet leaders. The essence of
Cross to be allowed to visit the him is in struggle and courage, the willingness to lay Ins life on tne
Israeli Prisoners of War in Syria. |jne tho rfjrewd knowledge of how to pit himself against
Monday has been declared the structure of Soviet power.
"Dav of Conscience" for Israeli
POW's in Syria.
The South Florida rally will be
held at the American Red Cross
Headquarters, 5020 Biscayne Blvd.
at 4 p.m. The rally is being orga-
nized with the knowledge and con-
sent of the Red Cross.
For further information call
American Red Cross.
He never flinched from his belief that his rru* audience lies inside
Russia, not outside: that it i= the young generation of Russia"", and
that as long as he lives to tell them the truth there is no one who can
h<- truth from them.
IF BE EVER had a ehincc to reach the Rnwian youth. still have It? That is the grave question about Solzhenitsyn outside, in
exile.
Living and writir, In Zurich, the center of Eurooe. he will still
David Berger at the Central Agen- bp subject to the hunts from Moscow that he i not a Russian at all
cy for Jewish E lucatlon of the ,m,. g para,ite tori; ..,. ,- (ruing a bourgeois life, richly surtalned by
lvs rovaties, fattening on the profits from his slanders against the
Soviet Union.
He will continue to write, to hold press eonfereneec Rot t* dif-
ference is that where he was once a second government inside Russia,
he i= now n coven-went in exile
HE Will. CONTINUE to b" dincerous. and his life will he in
neril as long as he COntfntM* on the a*tack as Trotsky's was in peril
until the B By exilin" him the Soviet leaders have cut awav from this heroic
fieure Part of the ground he stood on, including the common peoole
who nourished .him. and their lan ism, his enemies have diminished his chance to display it
Brotherhood Service
The Hallandale Jewish Center
shared in the community Brother-
hood services sponsored by the
Hallandale Human Relations Com-
mittee Sunday. Feb. 17. at 2:30
p m. at the Fellowship Hall. Rabbi
Harry E. Schwartz, Cantor Jacob
Danziger and the congregational
choir participated in the program.
The Choir presented an original
cantata by Mrs. Harry E. Schwartz.


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Reader Angered by Reference to Got. Askew
-"^ O ^ ing such good friends of our Diaspora have not lost the
EDITOR. The J< wish Floridian:
Your editorial of Jan. 25 laud
ing Rsubin Askew is as repulsive
a piece of s,anted reporting a.
you have ever printed.
Mav anyone ever reach the
Governor by telephone, by letter,
bv anv means-' No. they may not
'lS ANY ON*, aware that the
President of the United States-
ouented Mr. Askew is as in-
sulated from th" electorate of
this state as is his colleague in
Wa hington Is from Iht electorate
of this cocntry.
The Nixon Iron Curtain is of
c urse Infamous.
Mr. Askew'! elite group of
political Biggies, whose function
it is to handle the procj
g0ve : on a day by-daj
bask fail day-by-day to dis-
cha e their res] onsibilitii s.
I NEED mention only the
Bureau ol t '
,..,.: 1 is l> abhor-
renl '-
M, ma bilitj B s iu. which an
fullv staf '' <*^
who daily inflict menta
angul b, melan< holia and an-
i .1 trations upon the
n ol Florida.
. isl bear the shame
( Flo ida Governi 1 lit? Beside!
; .; that is?
In conclusion, and perhaps the
largest single
:. am
I :. f.il
the same old. or young, rich Mldfl
powerful Miami Jews.
The same faces appear in yout 1
paper we>k after week, pictur.
after picture, article after a .tide
WHAT YOU fail to understand
perhaps is that the majority ol
the Jewish community have v
support principles, work for this .
country and Israel, love toe I
wives and husband-, and are
completely Invisible to your
newspaper,
I hope thai somewhere in
braintrusl of rhe Jewish F
idian, there lurks, ill alive, t
faint consideration for thi
poltics ol the nuuse* of this itata
,..,: this count:?, who do 1 i
agree with you- or m se you
support.
MARVIN A. AHMNGEB
Miami
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He n lets 1 i1
. kcl Cohen, w
ve 1 into i sting article.
it didn'l bother Mark S 1
very much thai his colle
. n Munich. He lusl d
pea 1 lafetj 5.A.
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Ferdie Urges
VA to Restore
Pension Cuts
Bj S.i rial .T('
WASHINGTON, D.C. Ain 1
: tional commai ler ol
the J ivi h v. ;. Vi terans ha*
Congre
ension checks to widi 0 vet
ran n ( i"iy made by tl e Vet-
erans Administration.
The cuts, and in some caa
om Icte la ions. 1 su
. om a provision
I'hi : I '
from a|I tional
c 1. ling 1 a
il
RECENT Social
rea e tl resull
,'A paymeu
'In 1 ffect," Pe i stated "tl
deral 1 niw n has n ;iie
dofl a much ne ded bo >i
he left hand, while with raw
.: .|. with the righl hand."
! rdte urged Chai man W
rennings Bryan Dora 1 D. S.C 1 0!
the House Veterans Affairs Com-
mittee and others on Capitol Hill
v. halt the cuts in VA payments
b> raising income limits to off-el
Social Security increases, as Con-
fess has done in previous years.
Ferdie further urged Congress
0 take additional corrective ac-
tion to make restorative action!
rotroacti\e and to rcimbirse pen
ioners for Income let frcm cut
taken since Feb. 1.
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Temple Purim Celebration
Tempie Wfereth Israel ;II hold
1 Purim c l.'bration Thursday,
March 7, starting at 7 p.m. The
Megillah will be read and students
if the religious school, and their
instructor, Hyman Sootin. will par-
ticipate in the service. Tec Sister-
hood will serve traditional holidaj
refreshments.
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ATTFR A few days, he made
th8 statement to a
syndica! 'd paper also appe
ii the Miami Herald'* "Tropic."
1 like Germany, even thou -h
his lampshade is probably made
of my aunt's 'kin."
Ti 1 he deserves 1 '
only a slap in the face, but a
Kick in the pi
Kl RT SCHREINER
Suifside
ing such good friends of our
countiy and cur peoplefo; do-
ins the beautiful things you do
ttwvugh (he (Mt. Sinai) hospital 1
or through the UJA or Bonds ol 1
j- rat 1 pr othe. source* ..
IT'S TRl'E that these words
w'.ll reach you after 1973 dtsap-
..:- But / couid not write bo-
becaa e I was tHl waiting
and hoping- that in the last
f h days of the year maybe the
ceins would come to Is-
rael
"it was a tough yea" for u>
very tou h. A gieat aream was
. in our face We 'houi'hl
we we e Indestructible, Wc
I v,. couid nol '- hu t.
t al the \iab nations, in
_ Rusjia, have .1 I
sh little Israel Fi
-jr.. a ': mi 1 IB : for
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for Iving an
1 1 thai
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God A-as witl
111 l .ose
d '
..:;. The wish Floridian:
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Vinitskj
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or in anj other
u ty in the na
no v., Vinil
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Hlfi SPLENDID coopera
helping gue ts to see whs
L'JA accomplishes in Israel is
I. 1 thought your readers
1 like to share, al leasl in
I art, his letter with me.
"Now that the last hours be-
fore the year 1973 go into hi
iry, I h ive to thank you f
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Diaspora have not lost the faith
in our ability, and together *e
were able to overcome the :ough-
e-t 18 days in a very ci
in general.
'Ol'R HOPE for 1974 i- peace.
Not a "retreat" peacebut a
peace with honor, peace with un-
derstanding. peace with friend-
ship. And how long will it take
to achieve this peace? Time will
tell.
"We also dream this year ;>
make many more of 0
and brothers who do n
with us the daily, the monthly,
the yearly burdens, aw
Those brothers and sisters
wh 1 bear the name ol J<
maybe do not wanl t. be
in anything which Is '
a, 1 We hope and \
thai this year they wi
;ened to our uniting a
11r. nothing will be
shatter us.
"So when we meet ags
will drink to all our
i I ll ; ~
May G i WeSS J OU Ij
with good health, se u
ce.
PP.. WILLIAM BERNSTEIN
Miami Beach

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fJtnisfi fhrSdiiar:
Page 3-C
Has the Decline of the West Begun?
By JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTON After the
world energy conference here in
Washington, it is probablv
late to a*k whether the decline
of the West ha begun. Instead,
the real Questions now appear
to be how far the West's decline
has advanced already. and
whether that decline can be
halted or reversed.
This way of stating the case
may sound extreme and Jere-
miah-like Yet only consider the
hard facts of the case. You then
conclude that extreme language
is amply justified.
TO BEGIN" with, the great in-
dustrial nations of the non-Com-
munist part of the world have
met in conclave. The meeting
was called to consider a common
problem so vas' 1 : urgent that
it can lead to common ruin. Yet
the leaders of the West have
been unable to unite.
To go on with, there is the
intractable character of the com-
mon problem. The immense
growth in productivity of these
same industrial nations has re-
quired corresponding growth in
their energy consumption.
IN THE end in fact well
:;r at:o, long b "'
.. ppui w;v:
< I cirri:-.' ton
i I the
.',.: ply-dei tion.
The oil-producing nation- .
i themselves in a si
sellers' market. The resu,t has
been what we call the "em
c.i-i
The phrase is misleading, for
the real essence o; the crisis is
not the fuel shortS] es that ev-
eryone talks about. Instead, the
true essence of the crisis is the
enormous rise in the price of
oil, which the oil producers have
been able to secure because they
are in a sellers' market.
I \FORTUNATELY, however,
the immense economic growth
of the industrial nations has had
another featuie that is now of
great significance. The economies
of all these nations are intri-
cately dependent not only on
freely available oil but also on
oil at relatively reasonable
prices.
This dependence of the
great industrial economies is at
least halfway to our own depend-
ency on the oxygen in the air we
breathe.
So much has become more and
more clea.', a. the bankc--
;;>{ Ulnjti d ',.
. i;>e?and Japan
in asking themselves how
tt tpective countries are
going to pay for the oil I
rein at the new prices.
THE ANSWER is thai they
cannot hope to pay for it. even
:f oil prices drill downward a
bit. Thus you have the forecast
that no later than the end ol
the present year higher oi!
prices will leave every major in-
dustrial nation with a huge defi-
cit in its baiance of payments.
That is just another way Of
saying that these nat.ons will
have been unable to pay for their
much more expensive 01! im-
posts. In consequence, they will
be incurring mountainous debts.
AS NOTED in the last report
in this space, no past experience
offers guidance about the conse-
quences of such a situation. The
leading industrial nations are
also the leading banking nations.
In effect, they largely own the
world's financial system.
There has never been a case
in the paft when every one of
these nations was simultaneously
going into debt to the tune of
billions of dollars per annum.
Liebman Book Review
Available in Paperback
The writings of Luis de Carvajal.
the Younger, the f'rst great Jew-
ish mystic and one of the most
famous martyrs in the New World,
has be< I i lslated and edited by
Seymour B. Liebman. historian,
author, university lecturer, and
book critic for The Jewish Flor-
idian.
The work, with a preface by-
Allan Nevins. was published in
hard cover several years ago by
the University of Miami Press and
is now out of print.
Windward Publishing, of N. Mi-
ami, has now published a paper-
back edition which retails at $3.45.
LEADING JEWISH historian.
Salo W. Baron, footnotes the book.
as well as several other works of
Liebman, over 30 times in volume
15 of "Social and Religious History
of the Jews."
Dr. Baron states "Liebman has
not only carefully translated these
valuable documents, but has also
provided them with detailed notes,
a fine introduction and an epi-
logue."
The late Cecil Roth wrote that
the documents are "utter!
both in importance and roil int
interest."
NEVINS, the noted Am-
historian, wrote in the preface that
'The number oi writings of both
religious and human interest be-
long to the most noteworthy docu-
ment, extant from 16th century
Mexico."
The young martyr was burned
at the stake by the Spanish In-
quisition in Mexico City on Decem-
ber 8. 1596, together with his
mother and three sisters.
The book contains the transla-
tion of his memoirs, last will and
*e:tament. and 22 letters sent by
him to his family while they were
languishing in the Inquisition cells
Poetic beauty and religious
icrvor flow from the writings of
this young Jew whose crime was
that he practiced forbidden Jew-
ish rites.
Orthodox Yeshiva Seeking
Funds In Miami Area
Rabbi Hershel Yolles is in Miami
on a fund-raising mission for the
Yeshiva Tifereth Jerusalem.
Rabbi Yolles is a special rep-
re-entative of Rabbi Moshe Fein-
stein, who heads the Yeshiva.
Until recently, and for the past
60 years, the Yeshiva was based
in the Jewish East Side of lower
Manhattan.
TODAY, it is on a new campus
on Staten Island, and is seeking
$1,000,000 to enlarge its four-story,
38,000 sq. ft. facility.
Rabbi Feinstein is president of
the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of
the United States and Canada. He
i.; the author of an 11-volume en-
cyclopedia of commentaries and
response on the Bible and Talmud.
While in Miami, Rabbi Yolles
will address audiences at numerous
synagogues and hotels.
Dr. Zeitlin To Be Inducted As Jewish Academy Fellow
PHILADELPHIA Dr. Solomon i:30 pm. Wednesday at the univer-
Zeit.in. Distinguished Professor of ; si(y Tne annuai convocation brings
/ Pet-Biblical Literature and In- j d j ish
Stitutions at The Dropsie Univer- I tKe",er "<*"* ""
sity here, will be inducted as a Fel- j thors. scholars and scientists from
low in the Jewish Academy of Arts | all parts of the country. ___^
and Sciences in recognition of his |----
contributions and accomplishments :
A J Cong, Women
'Golden Builders"
Annual Luncheon
The seventh annual Florida
Women's Division. American Jew-
ish Congress, "Golden Bu.
Luncheon." proceeds of winch to
to maintain the Louise Watei
Wise Youth Hostel in Jems
will take place at noon Thui
March 14. at Ti-mpie Emanu-El.
Miami Beach.
Anna Miller. AJCong.ess "Wom-
an of Valor'" is sponsoring this
gala luncheon.
The Louise Waterman Wise
Youth Hostel is a stopover for
young travelers in the Holy City
as well as a cultuial and training
center in the arts.
For the fourth year, the lunch-
eon will be under the chairman-
ship of Mrs. Sol Berlin, special
events co-ordinator for the Di-
vision. Cochairman is Mrs. Charles
Silvers, past president Justine
Chapter, who is a member of the
national executive committee
Women's Division as well as chair-
man of fund raising, South Flor-
ida.
For reservations, call Mrs. Sol
Berlin, luncheon chairman, or the
office of the American Jewish
Congress.
BBW Beth Tov
Fashion Show
For Travelers
B'nai B'rith Women, Beth Tov
Chapter, has slated its fifth an
nual fashion show and luncheon
for Monday. March 11. at noon in
the Playboy Plaza Hotel.
Fashions will be by Young So-
phisticates and theme of the show !
will be "Traveling in the World
of the Young Sophisticates."
The afternoon will include mu-
sic and gifts.
in the field of arts and letters.
World renowned as a Judaica
scholar, author and educator, Dr.
Zcitlfn will be honored at the an-
nual convocation of the academy at
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all the natio:-.- own
the system are in trouble to-
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That is not tne end oi the prob-
lem, either.
As anyone can see. the moun-
tainous debts incurred by the
leading Industrial nations will
take the form of transfers of I
mountainous capital sums from j
these nations to the oil-produc-
ing nations. But what. then, will
the oil-producing nations do with
the tens upon tens of billions of
capital which they thus acquire?
THE FASHIONABLE answer j
is that the oil producers will
then right matters by investing ,
their new wealth in the indus
trial nations.
But if anyone should be able ,
to judge this kind of problem, |
that man is the head of the I
Chase-Manhattan Bank, in fact
the leader of the U.S. financial
system's greatest single strong-
hold. David Rockefeller.
And David Rockefeller is
known to have told a recent
JOStPH ALSOP
meeting of the Council on For-
eign Relations that the financial
system will not even be strong
enough to stand the pressure of
the tens upon tens of billions
of oi! producers' dollars in
search of investment.
IN SHORT, yo-i have here a
situation that is an obvious recipe
for the kind of universal plunge
into misfortune that the indus-
trial nations experienced in the
Great Depression. The fa=hion
in this town, meanv.'.iile, is to
blame the We-tern allies for the
failure to unite against this com-
mon danger.
But the larger fashion in this
town is also to talk of nothing
but the Watergate mess. And
with such dangers hanging over
us. we may well blame ourselves
for our failure to move to other
npies.
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Friday, March 1, 1 =74
March h Federation Month. Miami Supports CJA-IEF Now!
1
1
The Annual Breakfast for residents of Harbour House North and
South and the Sutton Carlton was held recently on behalf of the 1974
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. Coordinator for
the highlv successful event was Ellison Kosoff. with Associate Coor-
dinator Sidnev Engelhardt. and Special Gifts Chairman Irving S.
.. Guest speaker for the day was Dr. Irving Lehrman and the
eveni s Special Guest was Zvi Garcy. Seen here, together for the af-
fair, were 'left to righti: Zvi Garcy. Dr. Irving Lehrman. and
Ellison Kosoff. and (standing, left to right 1 Carl Shustak, Irwin
Adelman, Irving S. Norry and Dr. Philip Simon.
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1974 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
is expressing its deep appreciation to the B'nai B'rith Lodges of South Florida for their excellent
support in this vear's campaign. In a special ceremony held February 7 at the Federation
building. GMJF President David B. Fleeman presented a token of that appreciation to Colonel
Philip Cohen. Regional Lodge Service Director and Director. Grand Lodge 5 of B'nai B'rith.
Colonel Cohen helped to coordinate the participation of all the B'nai B'rith lodges in the 1974 CJA-
IEF campaign for Jewish survival. Together for the presentation of the award were deft to
right': Malcolm H Fromberg. a local B'nai B'rith Lodge leader: GMJF President David B.
Fleeman: Colonel Philip Cohen; B'nai B'rith Lodge leader Alfred Golden: and B'nai B'rith leader
Barrv T, Gurland.
Residents of Camelot Hall met in early February for a highly
successful Breakfast on behalf of the 1974 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund. General Chairman George Sasine and
Coordinator J. George Kofman reported an outstanding response
from residents to continuing emergency needs in Israel, as outlined
by Guest Speaker Emanuel Shimoni. Israel's Consul General for the
Mid-Atlantic States. Together at the event were deft to right 1. Co-
Chairman Aaron Korenvaes: Women's Division leader Ceil
Greenspon; General Chairman George Sasine: Guest Speaker
Emanuel Shimoni. and Coordinator J. George Kofman.
Anticipating Israel's 26 years of independence, and to show their support for continued Jewish
survival around the world, the Cuban Hebrew Committee will sponsor a CJA-IEF concert and
dance on March 30 at the Playboy Plaza Hotel Chairman of the Committee is Dr. George
Feldenkreis and Campaign Director is Rafael Kravec Together to plan the event were (seated,
left to right): Mrs Dow Rozencwaig. Oscar Minsky. Dr George Feldenkreis. Rafael Kravec,
Mrs. Eva Baisman and Mrs Zolila Levin. Standing, left to right: Sender M. Kaplan. Rabbi Dow
Rozencwaig. Steve Feig. Mrs Eva Feig. Jacobo Biniakonsky, Mrs. Dora Feldenkreis. Isaac
Yagodnick, Dr. Isaac Cohen. Moises Levin, and Abraham Titkin.
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The Women of Westview Country Club held their annual luncheon on behalf of
the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund in early February. An
outstanding program was presented by Mrs. Burt Haft, Mrs. Richard Haft
and Mrs Robert Russell, which inspired unprecedented increases in women's
giving to the 1974 campaign. Seen here, together at the event, are (standing 1:
Chairmen of the day Mrs. Joseph Stein and Mrs. Edward Galler; and (seated,
left to right 1: Mrs Donald Lefton, guest speaker: Mrs. Irving Wexler,
Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's Division President; and Mrs.
Leonard Friedland.
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's Division Campaign Com-
mittee met recently to hear a special address by national UJA Women's Divi-
sion Chairman Mrs Elaine Siris. Gathered together that day were deft to
right 1: Mrs David Schaecter; Mrs. Irving Wexler. GMJF Women's Division
President: Mrs. Siris: Mrs. Morton Weinberger. GMJF Women's Division
Campaign Vice President; and Mrs. Mike Sumberg. a Vice Chairman for
Education of the national UJA Women's Division.
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Outstanding increases in women's giving to the 1974 Combined Jewisl
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held recently at the home of Mrs. David May. Together for the meeting were
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The women of Miami continue their tremendous support for the 1974 Corn-
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secrecy of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Together at the event
Daniel Goldstein; and Mrs. Thomas Kravitz. Many important increases in
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Friday, March 1 1974
Hamantaschen... One Of
The Many Joys OfPurim
The delights of the Piirim holi-
daj are many, from the carnivals
and masquerades to which all the
young girls like to come as Queen
Esther, to th s the chil-
dren so enthusiastically use to
drown cut the wicked name of Ha-
Iran when the old story is told
once again!
Above ail. there are the Ha-
mantaschen, which offer a variety
of pleasures all by themselves.
Baking the Hamantaschen with
Sunsweet Pitted Prunes and Sun-
Maid Kaisins is a family project in
many households. Even the small-
est children can help to shape
circles of rich dough around nug-
gets of prune filling, to make the
traditional three-cornered hats.
Eating Mam;:. made ipe
dally good with dried fruits from
Sunland is even m re funand the
greatest pleasure of all is to share
the delicious morsels with friends
and nei and they don't
have to be Jewish to ap
them!
Pitted Prunes fr m Sui '-
California orchards are ready to
use No 11" req lii ed. of com se,
and no cookin i unes are
fresh and tenaer, delicately chewy,
aweel and tangj in f avor, a
just as they c< me rom the pack-
age.
The pastry I
may be an old fas ned yeast-
raised loui ;i. or your favoril
cookie douf .. o > en pie cru
dough. And heic is
dough d for Ha-
mar' i b honey
for amiable contrast with the
pitted prunes.
HONEY HAMANTASCHEN
4'j cups flour
1 teaspoon double-acting
baki .in'
1 teasp bakii -oda
': teas]
4 eggs
l cup liquid honey
'i pound butt( r, softened
Sift dry Ingredients into a mix
Ing bowl. Make a well in the cen-
ter. Separate 1 egg and reserve the
white. Add the remaining ejjgs to
the bowl, with the other ingre-
dients. Mix well to form a ball.
Chill dough while you prepare the
Prune Raisin Filling, below.
Divide dough in half, roll out on
a lightly floured board, U inch
thick. Cut 4 inch rounds. Put '.
tablespoon filling on each round.
Fold three sides up to the center
and pinch edges together to shape
a three-cornered hat with a hole
in the middle to show the filling.
Brush with reserved egg white
lightly beaten with 1 tablespoon
water. Bake on a greased baking
sheet, slightly apart, in a moderate
oven (375 P.) about 15 minutes,
until golden brown. Makes about 2
dozen Hamantaschen.
PRUNE RAISIN FILLING
1 package (12 oz.)
Sunsweet Pitted Prunes
IV4 cups Sun-Maid Raisins
M cup blanched
slivered almonds
1 teaspoon grated lemon rind
Cover Sunsweet Pitted Prunes
and Sun-Maid Raisins with boiling
water. Let stand 14 hour; or bring
to boil and simmer 10 minutes.
Drain juice and reserve for sweet-
ening drinks or other uses. Chop
prunes, raisins and almonds to-
gether; add lemon rind, mix well.
L'se to fill Hamantaschen or other
pastries.
HAMANTASCHEN
:ii cup salad oil
1 cup sugar
3 1
11 cup liquor from pi unes
4;:; cups flour
2 teaspoons d< \ ing
baking powder
'- teaspoon sail
Mix oil and sugar, beal in 1
and pnme liquor. Toss dry ingre-
dients to mix. beat into sufiar-egg
mixtun: Chill while you pre/
the Sunsweet Prune Filling, below.
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Prune Filling on each round, then and other pasii
Void three sides up to the cenl
and pinch edges together to shape
1 three-cornered hat with a hole
in the middle to show the filling.
Bake on a greased baking sheet,
-lightly apait, in a moderate oven
'375 F.) about 12 to IS minutes,
until golden. Makes about 3 dozen
Hamantaschen.
SUNSWEET PRUNE FILLING
1 package < 12 oz.)
Sunsweet Pitted Prun
2 slices lemon, cut up
'_ cup chopped walnuts
1 apple, peeled, chopped
] 1 cup horn 5
I teaspoon cinnamon
Cover prunes and lemon with
boiling water. Let stand '_ hour,
II brin 1 to a boil and simmer 10
minutes. Drain juice and reserve
for sweetening drinks or ottur
Burton Young
To Speak On
Energy Crisis
Burton Young. North Miami
Beach attorney and candidate for
the Democratic nomination to the
L'.S. Senate, will addresi the mem-
of the B'nai B'nth Lodge at
'.Vinsti n Towers at a meeting
Tuesday at 8:30 p.m.
Young will -peak on "The En-
" at the meeting which
will be held in the Winston Tow-
rs Auditorium, Bldg. 200.
For further details, contact Jack
"l.aik'-n.
Fashion Show and Music
Offered JWVA Members
: Chapter Hadassah I.ee Barry will offer a musical pro-
lg3 next week In- gram.
Haim -Vassky Croup meeting
Wednesday noon at B
The film. "The Pov, | Th.
Pebble," will be shown. Mrs, Mur-
ray Cohen will pi 1
Shalonta Group You! l
luncheon at the Fontaine!)!.
tel Tuesday at noon. Mrs. Milton
I
Hanna Seneseh Group luncheon
U jiers Hotel Mon
Mrs. Emanuel Hentz, president of
the Miami Beach Chapter of Ha-
h. will be guest speaker. Mrs.
Barnet Baron presiding.
Kadimah Group luncheon meet-
ing Monday noon at the Singapore
Hotel, with Mrs. Abe Ruslin pre-
siding.
S. S. Wise Group will meet Mon-
day noan at the Barcelona Hotel. A
fnaHnn sh^w will be oresented by
Venzer's Forecast Apparel Shop
of Collins Ave. Models will be
S. S. Wise members. A Purim pro-
gram has been planned with Mrs
Gertrude Sosna presiding.
Triton lowers Group will have
its Youth Ally ih luncheon at the
Eden Roc Hotel Wednesday noon,
Mrs Emanuel Mente, president of
the Miami Beach Chapter of Ha-
lassab, will be guest speaker.
of the day will be
s Levenson and Ethel Ging.
1 inuua
Sirkin, of the advisory
d mmittee of the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah. will be uest
speaker. A musical program will
be presented by Cantor Zvi Adler
and Shmuel Fershko of Temple
Fmanu-El. Chairperson of 'he day
will be Mrs. Paul Kamlot. Mrs.
Anna Stone is president.
Club to Honor Members
Club 2 of Pioneer \\
hold a meeting at 1 p.m. Th
March 7. in the Wash
nancial, 755 Washington Ave hon-
oring Anna Gould and Celia Penn,
who are leavin \ for Israi 1 \
1 iebmann, president.
the meeting.
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Rabbi Silver Is
Lat Greenfield
eries Lecturer
10
lecture- ol the 1973
\ nfield Mstituto srics will
11 .;-. SundayVntirning by RabW
Daniel Jeremy Silver, who will
speak o'i "Jesus a- the S c
" a! Temple Israel of Great-
er Miami.
On Ma ch IT. Rabbi Oikand will
bt a R Sunday morning class open
to a.l members of (he congrega-
tion, particularly the several hun-
dred who have gotten the habit ol
coming to Temple Israel for a
learning experience through the
Greenfield series.
Rabbi of the Temple of Cleve-
land, which his father, Abba Hil-
lel. served for many years. Rabbi
Silver has made his own niche in
the rabbinate and in Jewish life in
the nation. He is president of the
National Foundation for Jewish
Cultme. and serves in a number
cJ important community po;ts in
( \eiand, both Jewish and non-
Jewish. He has also been editor
of the CCAR Journal and has writ-
ten extensively on Jewish themes.
In describing the theme of his
provactive lecture subject Rabbi
S ver says he tries { show "how
the Jews for Jesus of fie first cen-
tury looked on Jesus as the second
Mose and how and why the ortho-
church destroy d this bjnd
n the parent and daughtt r
i. :
e an admission charge
i : ra to the lecture
,. ns at 10 o'clock, pi
coffee served by the
To. rael Brotherhood.
49-Day Racing
Season Opens At
Hialeah Tuesday
Hialeah Park, which was carved
cut of an undeveloped Miami
suburb 49 years ago to become one
of America's leading thorough-
bred race tracks, opens its 49-
day racing season Tuesday.
Post time for the first of 10
races each day except Sunday and
April :2, Good Friday, will be j
1:45 p.m. Highlights of Hialcah's ,
racing program for the meeting
are three SlOO.OOO-addcd stakes,
ding the Flamingo, a very
important stepping-rtone to the
Kentucky Derby. The 1 1 8 mile
classic test for 3-year-olds will be
Si turday, March 30.
SiOO.000 Widener lor the
i division, contested al
id a quarter, is scheduled
S turday, March 23, a i the
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and
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'< ith Medic i
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'Atid* Group
At Ner Tain id
Sunday evening, Feb. 17, the
Temple New Tamid "Atid" pre-
sented a musical program with the
"Jewish beat" highlighting Jerry
Katz. his guitar and original com-
positions, followed by a rap ses-
sion conducted by Dr. Eugene
Labovitz.
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eoLege age individuals committed
to the learning and practices of
the ideals of our Judaic religion.
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unique philosophical, religious and
social, needs of its members
through varied cultural and social
programs which help make its
members consciously aware of its
viable and vibrant heritage.
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study circles, kosher facilities,
Sbabbat programs and Torah sym-
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Friday, March 1, 1974
Miami Hadassah Groups
Offer Varied Projects
i .\liar ; | '*ho will (:i-iu~ A I.etjjer to the ;|^
vents a .VoriaT^MRTKo.ie OaUon. educa 0J. ",
JHHA Auxiliary
Building Fund
Luncheon Set
Kadimah Group of th
Chapter Of Hadassah pr
variety of projects for the month
of March. The discussion and studj
croup will meet Mondaj in the
Skylake Gardens Library at li)
a.m. with Rose Ornftein, educa
tional vice president, presid'ng
The group's regular meeting will
take place at noon Monday, March
li. and will feature a Purim skit
under the direction ol Bea Wolf
son, program i ice president T le
meeting will be conducted by Mrs.
Sam Meyers, president. In addi-
ip v ::i hold tin' fol-
I tivities on a re
i ach M ednesday: i m., a
and .it p m a VTid-
(ish group.
Menorah Group will h
Liar meeting Monday, March 11,
at 11:30 a.m. at the Coral G
Junior Women's Club. The pro
gram will feature Rabbi Sol Lan-
dau, spiritual loader of IMh David
[regation, who will speak on
"Facing Loneliness."
Ml. Scopus Group, with Mrs.
Rose Lauretz presiding, will hold
its regular meeting Monday, at the
1 Federal, Coral Way and 27th
Ave at l p.m. The program will
feature Charles Temple, industrial-
ist, actor, author, and lecturer,'
on vice president, will report on
he latest Interfaith meeting.
A review of "Mrs. Shapiro'
Knitting Book" bp Rohert Kimmel
Smith il! be given at the next
I regular meeting of the Eleanor
Roosevelt Group Monday, March
11. at 12:48 p.m. in the Mar Len
Auditorium with Mrs. Emanue'
Reiss presiding. Thursday, March
7. at 6:30 p.m.. the group's "Eye
Bank Dessert Party" will he held
the auditorium. Mrs. Irving
ipol will serve as chairman
and Mrs. Robert Olgin will serve
ha rman for the event. Pro
. i ;- are allocated for the Hadas-
;ah MeJical 0 I on
Mn Bernard Mandler, pries
k nt of the Miami Chapter ot
Hadassah. conducted an open
board meet ins at Temple Israel
Feb. IS. Speakers included Mrs.
Maxwell Wei berg, president, Flor-
Ida Region; Mrs. Leonard Wolpc.
Mrs. Morris lie man. national
board members, and Mrs. Mandler.
ill of whom had recently returned
from the Hadassah National Con-
ference held in Jerusalem in Jan-
uary and related personal exper-
iences i" observing the mood of
'.he Israelis.
Greater Miami Women's Aux
Jewish Horn.' and Hoflpttn
he Aged (Douglas Gardens'
will hold its annual building fun(
luncheon Tuesday noon at the De-
lano Hotel.
Mrs. Sol Silverman, building
fund chairman will be hostess for
the afternoon. Reports will be giv-
en by Mrs Helen Berman, life
membership chairman, and Mrs
Sylvia Epstein, life trustee chair-
man Mrs. Ruth Scb. iff/in will give
the invocation.
Fred Hirt, executive director o!
the Home, will conduct a question
ind answer p iod. He will also
nt Mrs. Lillian Cohen, presi-
, -1 (,i thi R( sidents Council, who
..ill bring greetings.
\ musical program has been ar-
ranged by Mrs Louis Makovsky.
featuring pianist Mrs. Jack Kauff
man. (daughter-in-law of Mrs. Rac
Kauffman).
He -nations must be made in
advance by with Mrs. Sol (Mollie)
Silverman, Mrs. Be. man, or Mrs.
Sj Ivia Epstein.
USYTc7E^plo7e
All smiles at piocrress of the dinner-demea which will sa-
lute Dr. Irving Lehrman's 3Cth anniversary as rabbi of
Temple Emanu-El are, Herbert Sndkin. (left) Dr. Lahrman
and Dr. Sherman R. Kaplan. Sadkin and Dr. Kaplan are
cochairmsn of the April 20 gala at the DiDlcmat Kctel which
will feature appearances by Gov. Raubin Askew and Dr.
Louis Finkelslein.
74 v
Religious
Rights,
Mrs. Priscilla Perrv Appointed
To Committee on Kole of Women
Mrs. Priscilla Perry, assistant
director of the Center for I
and Regional Studies at the I'ni-
MRS. niSClUA PERRY
I rsity of Miami, has been ap-
pointed to the American Jewish '
Committee's National Committee
on the Role of Women in the Jew-
Holiday Themes
At Meetings Of
Mizraehi Women
Galil Chapter of the American
Mizraehi Women will have a des-
sert card party Monday at 12:30
p.m. at the Washington Federal.
633 NE 167th St. Homemade ham-
antasehen will be served. Yona
Sternstein is president.
Yered Chapter has planned an
auction for Sunday at 7 p.m. at
the Washington Federal. 633 NE
167th Street, with new merchan-
dise and bargains galore. Judv
Zemel is piesident. Miriam Weiss-
nan is chairing a "Mystery Night"
in May.
Aviva Chapter will hold its
Purim luncheon Monday noon at
the home of Esther Solomon 1137
SW 5th St. Fanny April is presi-
dent.
Geula Chapter will hold its reg-|
ular meeting Wednesday, March
13, at Beth Israel Congregation.
Miami Beach. The program will be
devoted to regulations governing
the preparations for Passover, with
guest speaker Rabbi Abraham
Groner, Rosh Ha-Yeshivah at.
Mesivta*. Shirley Schiff is pro-
gram vice president. Freda Oster/
IS president. I
i. h Community, comprised of 30
n from throughout the United
itate .
One of the commit! ;e's priorities
is tj del miine the myths and
r< alitii s concerning the role of
W( men in Jew. h tradition, as well
as. the attitudes and practices con-
cerning tl.e role of Jewish women
in decision making po itions.
Mrs i\ it a member ot the
Dade Count] G mmission on the
Status of Women, is a co-founder
ot the League of Working Mothers.
New Films At Wometco's
New films opening at Wometco
Theatres Friday include "Sugar
Hill" at the Miami: a double fea-
ture, "Battle of the Amazons" and
"Boxcar Bertha'' at the Parkway
and Coral Way, and "Five on the
Blackhand Side' at the Town and
Miami Drive-In. Papillon" is in
its 11th week at the Carib and
"The Sting" has been at the Car-
lyle for 10 weeks.
Kole Of Women
Tempie Zion will play host this
(( k end to some 12o teen
members of United Synagogue
Youth groups from around South
Flo ida.
Theme of the week-end. in line
with recent decisions of the Con-
servative Judai-m movement to
grant equal religious lights to
women, will be "Trust in God-
She Will Provide."
Following the Family N ght
Service Friday at 8:15 p.m. which
v ill b conducted by female mem-
bers of the youth group, there will
be a symposium on "The Role of
Women in Religious and Secular
Life."
The weekend, which is being
cochaired by Marcie Horowitz and
Diane Laub, will also feature study-
group? and social activities. A staff
>f educators will be on hand, to
be led by Su Central Agency for Jewish Educa-
tion.
Pythions Plan Meetings
George Gershwin Lodge Knights
of Pythias, has scheduled meetings
for two Mondays, March and
March 18. Both events will be held
at the Surfside Community Center
with Chancellor Commander Mitch-
ell S. Zeiger presiding.
Discussing plans for the 3C;h anniveisary tribute dinner-
dancH honoring Dr. Irving Lehrman. to be held bv Temple
Emanu-El are Lehrman Day Schocl Scholarship Ball lead-
ers Mrs. Herbert Sadkin (lefi) Mrs. Harrv Zuckermcn, Mrs.
Carol Greenberg and Mrs. Norman Schindler.
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+Jewi$tfhrl Friday. March I. 1974
tJL WMi Sp**L
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Directions For Man
L'* RABBI PHn.II' I.ABOWITZ
= Beth fcTi. 1. Sunrise
; oiivi I...to burn i

: Sanctua ji
latei the Temples in Jerusa n
The Talmud notei the words foeir Author. ":',(
women who bservi
to Me." The

kiteus Services

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dance
irection and pur-
e to his The ultimate I
not is not
M.'AMI
A H A V A T SHALOV CONGREGA-
TION. 995 iSW 7th Avf O'thooox.
Cantor Aron Bin Artn. 1
Ave.
r
1
ANSHE EMES. 8SS3 SW 19th
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakow.tr
BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. f,. Miami. R-ferm. Rabbi Her.1 Judaism Why?"
bert M. Baumaard. Associate Rj.bl
E^-ry Altinan. 3
I ,,: .v Rabbi Bar-
. innii ..ii

NER TAMIO nempiei. 0th St. and
T-tuii Water*--. Conservative.
Rabbi Eocene L,-bovitz. Cantor Ed.
want K -r 21
i, m Cm r. AJ.
fr.ii Golden. National Hlllel i
man the Hllli I advl ry
thi University oi Ml d
the Pi -1
of Dadi <"nunty.
Collem ..dbya
at Cod needs no
nination: the Menorah is foi
- benefit.
i pur] ose of mitzvot, in far:
the .-in!.! nature of Judaism. y,u,n;, Beach Art Club will hear
lently misunderstood. The a talk illustrated with slides on
po e of prayer, for example, is ujfy
to present our demand? and j)a\
s to ,i bus] Cod. nor to flat- ,]le
no;// i.evy, piesiaent oi Vot-
3rs Incorporated and past pres-
ident of the Democratic Club of
MB Art Club Features
Illustrated Talks
The Monthly Art Forum of the Miami B-ach, has been reap-
BETH DAVID. f*2l SW 3rd Are
,-.-. R-o-hi Sol Landau.
Canto.- William W Linson.
Friday B:1B |. m. South Dad. Ouesl
.. judu, smart 1.. Simon.
Ideology." Al Coral Way topli will
Topli Ontin oi American Political
be "The W< lfhl ol leadership Sat-
, pointed for the 14th successive I rd. I ; ^
?te!nTA; Lveiopmen," by year as Florida's District Dep-.., *. ,.te Uwre........... Annabel..
vid Gossoff. facultv member o! uly of the Free Son- of Israel, 8eth el. mo sw im av. ortho^
M;ami Dade Community tol- ( 0i,je{ Jewish fraternal order in i -----.
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonlta Dr. Or.
thooox. Rabbi Pnineas A. Weberman
The practices of Judaism are not uralist wno wag top award winner
designed to placate and gratify an jn a recent contest sponsored by
adulation-hungry Creator. Nor i.- ( piorj(|a Zoological Society, will use
He any the lesser by our violations colored slide; !0 demonstrate a
of Torah teachings. taik on -Art in Nature's Forums"'
We pray three times daily to re- a) a forum meoting Tuesday,
mind ou selves of a Power higher [ Man.h ]2 a, pm a( lhe uiarni
than our own. to reaffirm our peach Pub]k. Librar>
dependence and faith in Him. He__________________________
perform His mitzvot so that our
bodies and treasure may serves a
purpose higher than pleasure and
self-sati faction.
Is there anyone who can say-
ween the States.
that he would nol be a better per-
son and -i betti r Jew if he would
bi Lin and end bis day with wor-
ship0 Cm anyone deny the im-
medial reonal value of the
Forum Talk on Israel
The Vivo Forum will meet Wed-
at 8 p.m. at Temple Beth
Shoiom of Miami Beach. Guest
p faker will be Dr. Ge'shon Wein-
?r of Israel win
ew of the coi n Is
. the 1 m Kippu War.
tVar,

rtutfeiwica/ *-/*?fe
r
yiHical *JelevfstoH f rograma
M '.'. Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director of Federation's
Community Chaplaincy Service
March S Ch. 4, 8:30 a.m. The First Esl
(Repeated on Ch. 2 6 p.m.)
Ho-:t: Rev, I.uther C. Pierce
Topic: Eastern Orthodox Christianity"
Guest: Father George Gladky
H 3 Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Film: "We Are One" (theme of Jewish Fed-ration
for 1974) starring Lee J. Cobb, narrated by Eli
Wallach.
member." Henrs Greenbaum, temple
president, and bla wife will hoji the
Ones Shabbat In honor < < antor
dii.i .Mi- Begat, Mi and Mrs. AIM
Stahl, and > <.nnr.-Ki.ti, n board mem-
bers,
ETH TIKVA, (Reform) 9025 Son
set Or
6-A
tETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Rubel Cantor Seymour Hinkes. 8
Friday B.ll P.m. ''.u- peaki r III
-...- ... < "Mi,l
r Mlsrai hi Women of South
i iade ..' d a national i oai d mi ml i i
R, in vv mi-- 1'- -..... Mrs
I ill, K Shall-
bat In honor of M Women.
ISRAEL (Temple) OF CREaTER Ml-
AMI i37 NE 1?th Ct. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot. 10
. 8 p.m To n ^rt
ed Dance Guild of
\ ivill iterprt-t the I lui
Barn T I n will
on i th< Arts,
Uteratui Llfi
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Raboi Paul J.
Bender. Cantor -inthan Parnast. 11
ITrlday O.Ju and 8:16 p m Ba
vabi Laura, daiuchtei of Mr, and Mru
ii..: .. > w klkitiH Baturday i n "
I Bermon: "Portion of the Week."
i OR OLOM ,'Tcmpiei 6755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi David M
Baron. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari. 13
i TIFERETH ISRAEL. t>500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservat.-e. Rabbi Mauri:"
Klein. 14
ZION (Temrle). 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
serMtive Rabb. Norman Shapiro.
C i-nmi:w
...
NOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Tetzaveh
. thou shalt command the children of Israel that they
bri three pur.? oil, beaten for the light ." (Gen. 27:20-
30:1
I.Y GARMENTS: Aaron and his sons. Nadab and
'' ar and Ithamar. were chosen by God to serve as
P' Of their functions was to keep the lamps of the
V< nd continually in the sanctuary, the oil for the
Ian provided by the members of the general community
W itinq in the sanctuary, all the priests were to wear
di tments made by skilled craftsmen: th-> Enhod a
dl "-tments made by skilled craftsmen: the Epocd a
Shi -t worn around the body under the ami1:, reaching
do vnist and made of the same material as the curtains
and the tabernacle with the addition of golden thread
wi lhe fabric; the Breastplate of Judgment a piece of
ial doubled over a", the bottom to form a pouch
ah ies square with the upper par! fastened by two
(tol to the shoulders of the Ephol, and the lower by
,v ings bound by threads of blue to two corresponding
ri' 'mod: the Robe of th- Enhod a large sleeveless
underneath the Bphod made entirely of blue ma-
opening at the top, (to allow it to be drawn over
fnreed by a border of woven work to prevent tear-
e adorned with po-negranate-shaDed bells of richly
rial, alternating with -Men bells; the Mitre a
n, to the front of which a plat- of pure go'd wa-
ived with the word "Holy to the Lord" Aaron's
consisted of a WOven tunic, girdle and breeches,
linen.
TION OF THE PRnF*: The consecration of
\;'''" ons was confirmed- \aron was arrayed in his robe?
"is head was aioi:-i] v'th oil Various sacrifices
were fi| for atonement and-di ,;"-i and a nomber of svrri
'''' r ere perform",-!. These ites were repeated daily for
Rcbcrt R. Nathan, internation
ally known economist and gov-
ernment adviser, has been
named national chairman of
the Society of Fellows of the
Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith. Mr. Nathan's ap- fS^^'mom^^^JSS.
Bermon: "The Role <>( Women in
RellKloui and Secular Life." Saturday
9 i< n. Bermon: "Sedrah of the Week.
H/AtEAK
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Znlondek 1S
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOShE CONGREGATION. 222b
NE 121st *t. Corservative. ^abbi
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabh, ahelrlon N. Ever 17
pointment was announced by
Seymour Graubard, national
chairmen of ADL.
SEPHA-DIC .EWISH CENTER. 648
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
CONGREGA"! /ON fcTZ CHAIV 1542.
44 Washmoton Ave. St
NOPTH BAY VILLAGE JEWtSrV
CENTER. 1720 79th St. Causev.y.
Ncrtt- Bay Villaae. Conservative.
Cantor Murray Yavneh. 32-A
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFARO
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St., Ml.
ami deach. Orthodox. Rabbi More
dtca: Chaimowit*.
NOPTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 102
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conservative,
Rtbbi Miltcn S.himsky. Cantor Ian
Alpern. *
AGUDA.'H ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center. "9258
NE. 3rd r >e. Ortnodox. 33-A
BETH TORAH. 1061 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip.
scf.itz. Cantor Js;ob B. Mendelson 94
B'NAi RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Victor D
Zwellirg. Canter Jack Lerner. 31
SINAI (Temple), of NORTH DADS
18801 NE ."nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley "inter Irvino
Shulkes 3?
Prida] 8:16 l'm Family .erv I
Marc) birthday children will r-. blrtl A Inn Baturday 10:10 ii m.
B'na M Isvah: Meryl Kasa and Robert
Kali Si mon: "Torah Poi ii"n of
id. \\.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NJ
in.|- a>* Or'ndox. Rabbi Dov
Bidnick officiating. 38
voUNG ISI.Ae". (,F omEATER Ml.
AMI 990 NE 171st St. Ort"ooox.
Rabbi Zalman Kossowsky. 31
CORA! GABIES
JL'DEA 'Temple). 5550 Granada B'vd,
Refer-n. Rabbi Michael B. E sen-
stat. Cantor Rita Shore. 40
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell A,
Berger. Can'or Stanley Rich. 41
SURFSI0E
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION,
934E Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. Cantor Leibrle
Levine. 60
FORT LAUDERDAIE
BETH ISRAEL (T-mple). 7'00 W,
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Philip A.
Labovvitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. 4*.
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park-
Blvd. ;Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abraeia. Cctntor Jerome Kiement. 4$
P0MPAH0 BEACH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 6101
NW 9th St.
SHOLOM (Temple). 13? SE 11th Ave,
Conservativ. Rhbi Morris A. Skop,
Cartor Yaocov Renzer.
HAUANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
(Conservative). 416 NE 8th Ave,
BETH ISRAEL. 770 4uth St. Orthodox., Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz. Cantof
Rabbi Mordeo Shaoiro. 18 'ob oD,V,*'0er-
____s------ Fri.lny 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "What 9
BETH JACOB. .- Washington Ave. "* <" 'he News."' Baturday 8:46
Orthodox. RabN Shmaryahu T. Swir. "> Bermon: "Scriptural L*.-.son of
sVy. Cantor Maunre Mamches. 19 > Week."
------ HOlfWOOD
RAPHAEL lemple). 1545 Jet.| CORAL SPRINGS
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab Cantor S.iul Breeh 2"i
Friday s n m Baturday B SO :, m Rab-
bi Elliot j Wlnoarad will be ku, st
rabbi for both da
BETH SHOLOM pie). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. RaLbl Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Convlaer. 21
Friday S p.m. s.. mon: "Who is a
JewT" Saturday 15 a.m Bar Hits-
van: Miles s..n i dr. and Mrs Man-
ning Plaher: r Mitsvah; Karen,
dauKliler of Mr 1 Mr- Juhu Bi i
BETH TFILAr-.
thodox. Ra|. i
Sky.
Euclid Ave. Or-
-oh E. Rackov-
22
M dena P. Button of Albany,
N.Y., has been named execu-
tive director of the National
Council of Jewish Women, ef-
fective March 18, according to
an announcement made by
. r-i_______fji _u t EMANU-EL (Ternpii I. 1701 Washlng-
Mrs. hleanor Marvin, nat'onal ton Ave. conserat Rabbi irvmg
pi .'ent of the 100,000-mem-
oanization.
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE-
GATION. 843 Mi Man Ave. 22-A
CUBAN HLB' COWORCQATION.I
1242 Was. ingi A .e. Orthodox.
Rabbi Oow Rosen i 23
CUBAN BCPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
OHEGAT:oN. 715 Wai ungton Ave
Ratbi Meir Masllah Melamed. 23-A


. :...iiaasaBauu'-isiniuHai-ai,niiiiii rnna,
TFjjs p*re prepar. m ;
'alien xnen tlie Create
S .iSmiaral As> .nation
ii:-r of the feature/ ;
ring lierr *
PAT BI MAXWELL BERGER \
.'-. !,-r o
Temple Zamsra
Coral Gable*
Lehrman. Cantor /j Adler.
HEBREW CON.
GREGATION. Conservative. 3501
University Dr. Rabbi Max Wcti. 44
BETH EL (lemple). 1351 S. 14h Ava
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 4i
Friday 8:15 p.m Bermon: "Loneliness
mid thi Queal for Meaning-." Satur-
day li ..in Bar Mitsvah: Dean, soK
of Mr, and Mrs. Dani. I l^i Melle.
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 4601 Ar-
thur St. Conservstive. Rabbi Mor-
ton Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold 44
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
1EMPLE BETH AHM. Conservstive,
310 SW 62nd Ave., Hollywood. Rabbi
Rabbi Salnmi.i Benarroch. Cantor
Harry Schmernnn. 47-B
TEMPLE SOLEL (L'beral). 5lOL
Sheridan St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Rob.
ert Frazin Cantor Michael Kyrr.
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YOUNG ISRAEL of HOLLYWOOO
(Orthodox). 3891 Stirling Rd. 58
Saturday 9am

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HEBREW A(
Dr. Orthort
Gross.
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CONGREGATION AN NELL (rancn
of Hebrev. A ..... lyl, in St an.'
Meridian ,\ Orth mon. 25-A
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOC'.fc- 1S32 W.-iilvngtor. Ave
Orthodox. R-.bb' Tibor H. Stern.
KNESKTH ,iBAEL. 1415 Fuflid Ave I
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfieln !
Cantor Abraham Srif. z> |
MIKAMAR
I ISRAEL (Temrle). 6920 SW S5th St
400 Pine Tree; S0"J"vI,1 Alaxander S. Canto' Abraham Koster. 4k
HOMESTEAD
HOMESTEAD JFWISH CENTER,
lf.3 NE 8th St. Conrvative St
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CANDLELIGKTING WHX
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MENORAI, (T ,ie). 620 75th St ,
Cons.-rv-T .- stabbl Mtver Abram '
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Jen1st Ftrr/dFtar
Page 15-C
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are pleased to announce
the Opening of
uuarius
the, CONDOMINIUM
and the Lake
between the Ocean
Welcome to
,,an exceptional condominium value.among
the palms of exclusive Singer Island.
A residence community of tasteful luxury.
when' thoughtful appointments have been
provided in anticipation of every need. Where
spaciousness is a keynote, from the magnifi-
cent lobby to surprisingly generous apart-
nents and walk-in closets you can actually
walk into.
Where the accent is on design. Design which
comp!"m',n!s the sea ar.d the island's tropical
landscape.
There is pearr. 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, uncongested 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.
Sf.Your residence at Aquarius is uniquely
uited to Gold Const living at its finest. An
tutdoor swimming pool, a party kitchen for
ntertaining, sun rooms for those lazy days.
And more all available at your leisure. You
ibay choose an unhurried morning along the
.lean, private, white-sand beach. Or nearby.
Palm Beach County offers for your pleasure
.half a hundred golf cour-.es. exceptional
fishing and water sports, anu cultural activi-
ties which are widely acclaimed.
L.Your large, handsomely-appointed apart-
ment is equipped with every convenience.
Living space is ample. The design and the
craftsmanship are a source of pleasure and
pride.
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... And your private terrace overlooks a world
of breath-taking beauty. Before you. to the
east, is the blue Atlantic. To the west. Lake
Worth the Intracoastal Waterway and
the mainland beyond. Lush, green, unspoiled.
And ... a new height in distinction:
PENTHOUSE APARTMENTS
Presenting the pinnacle in Aquarius luxury. 21
superbly-appointed "penthouse" apartments on
our fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth floors.
Featuring more spacious terraces and the
elegance of gold bath fixtures and bold colors by
Kohler of Kohler ... vanities with hand spray-
ers and swivel mixture control faucets ... de-
luxe ranges with self-cleaning ovens ... side-
by-side refrigerator/freezers ... deluxe dish-
washers ... deluxe kitchen cabinets ... all in
addition to standard Aquarius features in other
apartments.
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The Model
Apartments of
CONDOMINIUM
are now open daily
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
s
5440 NORTH OCEAN DRIVE. RIVIERA BEACH\ FLORIDA 33404 305/842-7611.
An Environ Design Concept Richard E. Cole, Architect, A.I.A, Southlake Corporation. GeneRaM Q.6n;raetoT
North PalrrvBeach Properties, Inc., Exclusive Sales Agent. 1421'* 10th Street, Lake Park, Florida. 33403


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Friday, March 1.197^

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River Reach.The
like most to be sni

When you compare our
island for convenience of location,
the natural beauty of balcony
views, privacy and security we
don't believe you can find anything
like it at anywhere near the price.
Take convenience of
location. River Reach is on an
island just five minutes from
downtown in a single family
residential neighborhood. The
Davie Boulevard Interchange of
1-95 is only 5 blocks to the west.



, No waterway in Fort
Lauderdale is more lushly
landscaped with towering palms
than New River. And all day long
there is an endless parade of yachts
and boats plying their way to the
Intracoastal and the ocean. Always
something different. A sight to
behold. And nearly every
apartment has a front row seat.

As for privacy and security
you'll certainly have peace of mind
here. Our island has only one
entrance. Across a waterway that's
guarded twenty-four hours a day.
We're so particular about who
comes and goes the island js also
patrolled by boat as weft as land.
If you don't belong here it's next
to impossible to get in.
So, before you buy'
anywhere, come see pur furnished
models. We'll let them tell you how
liveable .our island is.
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