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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Urewisli Floridliam
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Hume 47 Number 11
Miami. Florida Friday, March 15, 1974
Twc Section.* Prir-j 25 r 2.000 DOOMED
Reds May
Destroy
Cemeteries
By YITZHAK RABI
NEW YORK (JTA) More
|an 2.C00 Jewish cemeteries in
astern Europe, most of them in
Be Soviet Union, are slated do-
beratcly for confiscation and
traction, Rabbi Moses Rubin,
lesident of the World Confer-
|ee of Eu opean Rabbis, warned
re on Feb. 28.
[he a! o tol.1 a press confer-
ee, called by the Greater New
rk Conference on Soviet Jew-
that in the Soviet Union, the
nned attacks on Jewish ceme-
ies were part of an overall So-
t plan to shatter the Jewish
Continued on Page 13 A
Insults Shouted at Golda As
Cabinet Wins Narrow Vote
MAYOR BUM
acts against desecration
By YITZHAK SHARGII.
TEL AVIV (JTA/ Premier Golds Meir announced the make-up of her new Cabinet on Mar.
t receiving assurances from the Navonal Rdi-'ious Party that it will join the government.
Tiie NRP executive committee voted 30-17 to enter the government despite a ban by the Chief
Rabbinate and bitter opposition from the party's "young guard."
THERE WERE four absten
KISSINGER FEELS SURE

IN EVENT OF TRADE BILL BLACKBALL
lussian Envoy Hints Move
ty Moscow Toward Europe
Seen tiry Si huh/. I. ges Compromiso ,.. 3-A
WA.-iilViTON (JTA) A Soviet trade official said here
I .,: -v' USSR will earrj out its contracts with A
rej less of whether the Jackson AmrftrTm-r- i- a 1 opted, bul
warned that the 73 S.-nators who sponsor that measure were
forcing '-he Soviet Union to "take a decision to reorient our
(tra le) inten sts to Western Europe" instead of the U.S.
NIKOLAS S. PATOLICHEV, the Soviet Foreign Trad?
ter, peaki !o reporters here added, "It is for you to
if t!:i, corresponds to the interests of the American peo-
:
He said that the credit facilities for the Soviet Union tii.it
:! Jackson Amendment would bar unless there is a relax.: on
vie' emigration policies were an integral part of doing busi-
in the world. "This is a common practice," he said.
Patolkhev appeared at a press conference held under the
[auspice, ot tiie U.S.-USSR Trade and Economic Council which
[was established last year after the Brezhnev-Nixon summit meet-
: \Va hinflton.
Tie !. dosed that the Soviet Union presently holds 103
acts with American firms worth S360 million and indicated
[lhai hi; trade di legation was going after more during its current
[ r.s. tour.
DONALD M. KENDALL, chairman of the repsic.i Corp.
,tn h v.it'.i ;'! i S>R ; >r it- -of Irink V
[ar.(. ru eodka, remarked at the press conference, "For
Continued o>i Page d-A
tions. Meanwhile the NRP lead
percent majority from the par-
ership received a narrow five
ty's enlarged executive to sup-
port its decision to join the gov-
ernment.
However, opponents within the
party moved immediately to de-
lay the NRP's joining.
The NRP's executive commit-
tee's actions give Mrs. Meir a
majority government of 68 seats
Labor Alignment, 51: Inde-
pendent Liberal Party, 4; Prog-
ress and Development and Bedou-
in and Villagers (the Labor-affili-
ated Arab lists), 3: and the NRP,
10
THE NEWS was relayed to the
Premier by telephone from NRP
[quarters here shortly before
Mrs \i presented her slat I
Ident Ephraim Katzir in
alem.
Mrs. Meir presented Katzir
with a si.;; of 17 ministers-d -..
;, ,. ... w] '.ill be a 23-member
i n She l< f five seats a-
cant, four will l>c filled by the
Continued on Page 11-A
Withdrawal Talks With
Syria Back on Course?
Border a Tinderbox
WASHINGTON (JTA)
The improvement of Israel's po-
litical situation where Premier
Golda Meir has established a new
Cabinet that includes Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan was seen
here as having two immediate
major effects.
1: puts back on course the
a '. 1 indirect talks in Wash-
in Syria and Israel
lion of t i the
G This much was
tted Mar. 6 by Secretary of
- lenry A. Kissinger when
he told reporters after attending
Continued on Page 9-A
13A
GEN. ROMULO
Zeitlin 'suspected'
Philippines Use Jewish Newsman
As Scapegoat to Soothe Arabs
WASHINGTON (JTA)
An informed American source
here said that the Philippine gov-
ernment may be using Arnold
Zeitlin, the Associated Press Bu-
r au Chief in Manila, as.a scape-
to convince Arab diplomats
that it is not mistreating the
country's Moslems.
Zeitlin, who is Jewish, was
blamed by the Philippine govern-
!: week for a setback in
it- relal ms wit i Arab oil coun-
tries for the dispatches he wrot
n the fighting be-
. oslem rebels and the Fi-
lipino government troops. The
\ rican source noted that the
,. Ea t pr .ides 80 percent
of oil used in the Philippini -
PRIM1TIVO MIJARES, chair-
man of the Philippines Media
Advisory Council, a group set up
last May bj President Ferdinand
E Marcos to license and control
said that if the Ph
pine- were deprived of oil sup-
isoline prici rose
it v iuld be thanks to Mr. Zeit-
lin."
uncil. in a 1< I
11 the
h -l
the ap
iuld
Zeitlii ri ports
Continued on Page 6-A
EGYPTIAN FLAG WJMS TO SUEZ IS-A
What Sadat Has Pulled Off
PRESIDENT SADAT
Nasser dream realiied
Bj JOSEPH POI.AKOFF
WASHINGTON UTA)
p -ident Anwar Sadat's recent
Uon to help negotiate
Syrian I raeli disengagement
of trooos and the announcement
that Egypt was willing to act as
broker on Syria's behalf toward
the disengagement is seen here
element in a widening
rn of Washington l
. on coope I m, appi
tied to establish Egypt as
the dominant local power in the
a i MiddU st.
Other elements of E
to the American peace initiative,
for which Sadat is to be re-
d, were his intercession to
'
i '
isr
i; ll V tOl
tor an
agrei ment.
- to his build-up an
Continued on Page 6-A
ELECTION RESULTS
41 Jews
In Britain's
Commons
I ONDON (JTA) The
new P.ini-o of Commons has 41
' i -ii members and almost 100
h members who are
good friends of Israel
Thirty-five Jewish MPs were
r el ted on the Labor ticket,
r itive ticket,
and one on the I iberal ticket.
THE LABOR MPs include
Mauri
of the
j uncil,
m of
Party; Dr. turice
Mill "man of
:
f Li
ier L Mayor
l
The Conservatives include Sit
Keith Joseph, t ip Sec-
rotary of State for Social ''
ity; and Michael Fidler, president
Continued on Page 15-A


Pc
Page 2-A
vjewlst fkrldiar
Friday, March 15,
He
Soviet Trade Bill Compromise,
WASHINGTON-(JTA)-Treasury Secretary George Schul.z
wggested here that a compromise be worked out in the language _o
the Trade Reform Act to resolve the conflict between rade with the
Soviet Union and (he Latttfs restrictive emigration policies.
Schultz was the first adminis-
tration figure to testify before
the Senate Finance Committee
which onenel hearings on the
trade reform bill that embodies
the Jackson amendment.
OTHER ADMINISTRATION
spokesmen appearing here were
p. : M. Flanigan, executive di-
I th- Council on Inter-
r 0nal Ei on imic Policy, a White
H iuse ag met and William D.
i | r6] tative for
trade ni itiations for the White
House.
Secretary of State Henry A.
K. nger, who had 6 sched-
ul.d to lead off the adm nistra-
Uon's case a ;ains1 measures that
would link U.S.-USSR trade with
emigration rights, appeared be-
fore the Finance Committee the
last day of the harin.s.
Kissinger had just returned
f, ,m .1 week long diplomatic mis-
sion to the Middle East and w -i-
ern Europe.
S( Hl'I.TZ POINTED out that
the 1973 Trade R 'form Ad deals
ithority o
lal tariff treatment ti
"non-markel i mean-
ing C immunist countries.
,. i : i the Mills-Vanik
B ;i. rwhelmlngly passed by
the House of Representatives
Shah of Iran Has All
The Answers to Oil Snag
WASHINGTON fJTA)
The Shah of Iran out the blame
for \
]> on Americ in panies i n
the CBS-TV program "Sixty Min-
/u!e- "
Asked aboul the lifting of the
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b oil embargo imposed
t the United States, the
: i m but non-Arsb
Iran replied, "Whj -'' 'ul I >< u
ca:e about that? Y >u are not
short oi oil. You have importe I
oil thin any time in the
TVHFN IT was suggested to
him that some fraud or some-
thing that "does not men
red. the Sin!
w e 1 something is |
on f i su e."
Who is being enriched by
it?" h was asked. "The oil com-
panies,"' he replied.
The American Petroleum In-
stitute disag-.eed with him. Its
head. Frank lkard. said he did
not Wish to contradict the Shah
hut that the In-titute's fiuure-
indicate the embargo is worsen-
ing.
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Give to the Combined Jewish Ap-
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SOW! Mayshie Friedberg
Semite said that 'restrictions pro
posed by the House on the use
of th's authorttj and additional
provisions which would effec-
tively preclude the continued
ratine of official credits to some
of these countries would, in my
view be extremelj 111-tdviaed."
S( III I IV ADDED, "I believe
thai a substitute wording could
l, found effectively to express
the concern of the Congress that
the Issue of basic human right-
not be ignored while not block
in. th< development of more nor-
mal economic relations with th
non-market economy countries."
Schultz did not tM
either in his prepared statemenl
or in his subsequent replies to
questions.
Flanigan, in his statement, d"
dared that Secretary Kissingei
would di ii the adraini itration's
"strong reservations" with re
sped to "the re trictions on
discriminatory tar
lt| tri atment and thi ue i
panded credits in trade with
Communist nations"
THESE DEVELOPMENTS
came as a high-ranking 26 m im
ber Soviet trade
led by Foreign Trade Minh
ter Nikolay Politchev, is
in: in the U S. with influent;-;
i ernm >nt and Con
is and business RToups in i
i principal American cil "
They, and the administratio
for- -. are arraye! against th
Jackson amendment, b meatur
he Vi'.l Vanik Bil
v h] :1 !- ipportd by 73
tors of both parties.
Tin seriousness of the situ*
tions was underlined by report
from the Soviet Union that Jew
ish emigration from that cou-.tr
in the past few weeks has b
about hr':f of what it was prcv
ously.
THE ARAB p;! ci-.bar<;o wa
injected into the hearings b>
two committee members. Sen;
Abraham Ribicofi* (D., Conn '
and Walter Mondale (D.. Minn >
Both sharply criticize 1 the Aral
oil-producing countries for usini
th-ir economic resources for po
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Mondale accused the Arab o'
producers of "outrageous, unciv
ilized, extorting monopolistic
strategy."
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D.C. Judge Won't Quit Because He's Jewish
WASHINGTON District of
Columbia Superior Court Judge
Leonard Branian has refused to
remove himself because he is
Jewish from the trial of five
Black Muslims accused of par-
ticipating in a mass murder of
seven persons here last year.
James L. Burkhardt, a defense
attorney, told the judge that "the
defendants feel they can't get a
fair trial. This they believe is a
political trial. Perhaps the reli-
gious persuasion of the (Black)
Muslims and your own religious
persuasion present an irreconcil-
able difference."
Judge Braman, confirming that
* Burkhardt's remarks were aimed
C at him because he was Jewish,
^ declared the religious reference
was "not well taken" and refused
the request.

V All in New Kayo
NEW YORK Muliammed
Ali who says he is retiring from
the ring to spread Islam, has
started throwing punches at Zion-
ism.
He told a Beirut press confer-
ence that "The United States is
the stronghold of Zionism and
imperialism."
Later while visiting Palestine
refugee camps in Southern Leb-
anon, he was quoted by a guer-
rilla news agency as saying "In
my name and in the name of all
K -1ms in America, I declare
support for th? Palestinian rtrug
* gle to liberate their homeland
and oust the Zionist invaders."
*
Jewish Chaplain Killed
NEW YORK Chaplain Capt.
Dv.il M. Sobel fUSAF), Jewish
Chaplain in Thailand, was killed
Thursday, Mar. 7, in an automo-
bile accident on a road from
Bangkok to the airport, the Com-
ion on Jewish Chaplaincy of
the National Jewish Welfare
B.>ard (JWB) has revealed. He
28 years old.
* Chaplain Sobel was the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Sobel.
V. it Hartford. Conn. A graduate
of Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion on June -
1973, Rabbi Sobel had been as-
- :vd as a Chaplain in Thailand
last fall.

Ginsburg for ZOA Proxy
PHILADELPHIA Arnold R.
Ginsburg, a Philadelphia corpora-
tion lawyer and a Zionist leader
for many years, has announced
that he will be a candidate for,
election as national president of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica at the national ZOA conven-
tion in New York in June.
Ginsburg is vice chairman of
the National executive Commit-
tee of the Zionist Organization of
America, the supreme governing
body of the ZOA between con-
ventions.

Give up Debates
JERUSALEM The president
of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis has called for
an end to debates between the
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Israeli and diaspora Jewish com-
munities regarding centrality and
urged that all Jews should con-
sider themselves as part of a
family unit.
Speaking at the opening ses-
sion of the Reform Rabbinic
group's annual meeting here.
Rabbi Robert I. Kahn of Houston,
Tex., called for an elimination of
such formulas as "centrality, mu-
tuality or partnership." saying
"Jewish relationships should not
be based on geography or lan-
guage but B'nai Yisrael (Sons of
Israel mishpachah (a family).
We need unity now, especially
after the Yom Kippur War."
*
Inmate Work Stoppage
COLUMBUS, O. (JTA)
The 80 inmates who formed a
Jewish community with a cell-
block of their own in an Ohio
prison were scattered through
the prison after a work stoppage,
and the future of the Jewish
group is in doubt, according to a
rabbinical student serving the in-
mates as a part-time rabbi.
Michael Zcdek, studying for
the rabbinate at the Hebrew
Union College, the Reform semi-
nary, said the Jewish community
at the Southern Ohio Correctional
facility at Lucasville had an Ark
in the cellbloek, Jewish study
courses, self-help programs and
a spirit of solidarity, according
to a report in the Ohio Jewish
Chronicle.
The report said that Don Ferd-
inand, who was not raised as a
Jew, helped to organize the Jew-
ish community. Ferdinand, con-
sidered the community's leader,
was transferred back into the
general prison population last
Dec. 27 after spending seven
months in "administrative isola-
tion" for his participation in the
work stoppa-s
The stoppage was held in sup-
port of the Ohio Prisoners Labor
Union. Zedek said that when the
80 inmates got their own cell-
block la^t year, the inmates pro-
tected each other from violence
and helped each other prepare
for appearances before the parole
board.
He said the cellbloek was kept
"immaculately clean" and that
there was an inmate-produced
newspaper, posters of Jewish his-
torical figures on the cell walls
and Jewish stars on display.

ADI. Names Shapiro
NEW YORK Irving Shapiro,
of Liberty. -NY., president and
co-founder of Sullivan's Depart-
ment Stores, has accepted ap-
pointment as national co-chair-
man of the Society or Fellows of
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith.
Announcing the appointment,
Lobert R. Nathan, the Soci
national chairman described Sha-
piro as "an outstanding commu-
nity leader who has rendered ii>-
tinguished service to the fellow-
ship and '.o the ADL."

Oil Reigns Supreme
TEL AVIV Oil will reign su-
preme in the world at least until
the end of this decade. There aro
potential substitutes which can
be developed.
Some are worth while. Others
are very costly. Some are within
reach. Others require enormous
technical and scientific know-how.
All this is reported in Alterna-
tive Energy Sources 1973-2000,
recently published by the Nation-
al Council for Research and De-
velopment, of the Prime Minis-
ter's office. The research was car-
ried out by the Center for Tech-
nical and Interregional Forecasts
of Tel Aviv University.
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Volume 47
Friday, March 15, 1974
...... .. .
Some Frank Comfort
There is finally some comfort in the fad that Israel has
a new government.
At least it puts back on course the task of trying to ;
make peace in the Middle East.
Secretary of State Henry Kissinger sounded a frankly
pessimistic note about that on his return from discussions
with the Israelis and Syrians the other week not because
of anything either side told him, but because of Israel's
continuing political crisis.
The hct-headed struggle at home notwithstandina, now
it can no longer be said by the Arabs that Israel's hawks
were making it impossible to talk peace that the hawks
really wanted more war.
# #
Is it Peace or Pieces
What the new aovernment does is to put the burden cf
peace back on the shoulders of the Arabs, where it belongs
on ths shoulders of those who started the war in the first
place.
And what we find is disquietina. The closer Premier
Golda Meir came last week to puttinq a aovernment to-
gether, the more aggressive and threatening the Syrians
became en the northern front.
And the more obvious it became that the promised end
of the Arab boycott on oil shipments to the U.S. would not
be lifted.
This means that we must come to reckon with a new
kind of Arab duplicity, in which Eqypt savs one thinq,
Syria does another, and the oil-producing sheikhdoms do
yet a third.
Whether or not this divergence of actions and deeds
ha= been orchestrated in advance (it is safe to assume that
it hes) is beside the point. What we seem to be faced with
is another stalemate: Arab refusal to consider peace with-
out Israel's literally being tom to pieces.
A Two-Way Street
Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger was somewhat
over-dramatic in opposing the Jackson Amendment before
the Senate Finance Committee.
He warned that if the Soviet Union was denied trade
; bsnefits because of its restrictions on Jewish emigration
this would lead to the collapse of detente and the increased
possibility of a nuclear holocaust.
We doubt there is a Jewish leader who does not sup-
port a policy of achieving a true detente with the Soviet
Union. There is no argument with Kissinger's statement that
we must have detente because both U.S. and the USSR
"have the capability to destroy each other and most of the
world in the process."
But co-existence is a two-way street, and there must be :
some sign from the USSR that it is willing to give up some-
thing for peace, too.
So far, there has been no such sign. They suDported
the Arabs wholeheartedly in the Yarn Kippur War and
only called in the spirit of detente when Syria and Egypt
were seen to be close to defeat
One wonders if the Kremlin would have summoned
Kissinger to Moscow in the Egyptian and Syrian armies
were close to Tel Aviv as the Israelis were to Damascus
and Cairo.
Kissinger seems to be willing to overlook much. Not
only the Soviet restriction on Jewish emigration but also
the repression of the applicants for emigration and Soviet
dissidents and even its role in the Yom Kippur War.
fJmist fterid&n
Friday, March 15, 1974
Soviets Ahead in Armaments
By JOSEPH AtSOP
Washington- If t> go on
as we arc going, the ^reboard
a, the end of this decade wUL...
show the Soviets with 7.600 lanl-
based, long-range nuclear war-
heads averaging about one mega-
ton apiece. Meanwhile, the
United Slates will have no more
than 3.000 nuclear warheads av-
eraging about 170 kilotons
apiece.
Thus we shall have only three-
sevenths of the Soviet number
J0SIPH AIS0P
of warheads. And each US. war-
head will have much ;..,, tt,an
one fifth of the Soviet warheads'
power to destroy. ;, .,..fad.
THOSE ARE the stark figures
indicated by the new series of
Soviet long-.ange missile tests in
the Pacific. One must add, of
course, what these figu leave
out. Above all, they leave ow
proportional strengths in other
weapons systems, not \.ng ;0
do with land-hased n issiiej of
intercontinental range.
That means, first of ail, that
the figures omit the n f.s.
and Soviet strength- SLBMs."
This s.niply means bal
iiles of a submarine launch.
But the first SALT
pci mits the Soviets to build u?
to above SO0 submarine
nuclear missiles, ... prox-
imate.y two-thirds 0: that num-
ber for the United S al
THE SOVIETS are r; pre-
ceeding with the permitti
up of SLBMs. The bui! lup in-
cudes new submarines
tralong-range missiles than can
lurk in the Sea of Okhotsk, for
1 sample, where they wi .
but immune from U.S. anusub-
marine waifare.
Because the submarines will be
virtually beyond dan !
submarine missile < mbination
should be at least as good if not
better than the L.S "Trident"
system.
Secondly, the above-
ures f<>r proportional ngtlu
in land-based, long rai
missiles also omit the capabilities
of the two powers in manned
bombers. The Soviets, to begin
with, are building a long-range
bomber known as the "Backfire,"
Continued on Page V.\
COMMENT
'-- .....* ..:. I .... '.HXU^U' ::' ~i.......:.
Budget conscious Federation
e. who thought they had ef-
fectively deposed of the issue oi
community support of synagogue
school* lt summer, have fund
most likely to their dismay
that tne question niu been raised
again,
But this time by a sponsor
who. if he doesn't carry ail the
power needed to turn it all
a ound again, at least has the
reputation and community stand-
ing which will make peopie sit
up and pay some heed.
IT HAS COME as a surprise to
everyone who has been involved
in Jewish education that State
Sen. Jack Gordon has written to
My:on Brodie, the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation's execu-
tive vice president, re opening
the question.
President of Washington Fed-
eral Savings & Loan, Sen. Gordon
has a long-established record in
public education as an elected
member of the Dade County
School Board and a national vice
president of the Citizens Com-
mittee on Quality Education. But,
while an educated Jew who has
shown his interest at the syna-
gogue and day school level, he
has heretofore displayed little
concern on a Jewish community
basis.
THIS. THE surprise, and I
b'ushingly confp.s that I was as
much caught off-guard as Brodie
and the rabbis and day school di-
rectors must have been to receive
the Gordon letter last week.
H was just a year ago that the
Federation's Planning Committee
on Education was -ngaged in de-
bate on the question: Should Fed-
eration Support Synagogue
Sc'noois? Learned papers were
delivered, the discussion was in-
tense over many meetings. If
Federation professionals and
budget Qkkeis say tiicy were not
conce nre. don*t believe it. For
the action triat was taken during
last lUBtioer to fragment plan-
ning for Jewish education is the
best testimony that they wanted
to enJ the dtbste.
Responsibility for Jewish edu-
cation is do longer under one
agency, but under four different
bodies.
There :s the Central Agency
for Jewish Education, a misnam-
ed agency :: there ever was one.
For Its "cent ality" Is effectively
cuibed by an establishment-dom-
inated group known as the Plan-
ning and Budgeting Committee
on Jewish Education: by a Day-
School Committee and. probably
not even finally, a committee de-
voted so.eiy to the i in Israel project. Someone up
there obviously learned the the-
ory of divide and conquer very
we.l.
IN HIS LETTER. Sen. Gordon
said that he offered his sugges-
tions "to help start a discussion
within the community of its pri-
orities." In the interests of that
discussion which might not
otherwise be revealed here are
the major po:iiuns of the Gordon
letter:
"On? of the ways to strengthen
Jewish education is to find
means ol encouraging the use of
better trained teachers ... I sug-
gest that the Federation pay a
grant to each synagogue or day-
school which uses a teacher who
meets the standards set by the
Central Agency ... If we gave
>ach institution 51,000 for each
of these teachers, it would only
cost $355,000 and would provide
a meaningful subsidy to the edu-
cation budget of the various con-
gregations and day schools."
Sen. Gordon discusses various
approaches to providing the
6v EDWAKDI OHO
gran!-, but sees them
ally a- being inc 'ntives
miaiity education withoul
strings to the giants, something
the Federation leaders have had
difficulty in reconciling "'i'n
their policy of audit on several
levels both as to philosophy and
financial practice.
THE LETTER gets to he heart
of the current concerns ;!l r*
lations between federations and
synagogues thi-oughout the ra-
tion with the following para-
graph:
"The situation that the syna-
gogues and day school- are lac-
ing now is that the Federation
has the major fund raising ap-
peal, namely the needs o: Israel
and it appears that for a consid-
erable length of time this will be
the priority. The synagogues and
day schools are in a position sim-
ilar to state and local govern-
ments who do not have the in-
come tax at their disposal
revenue. This led to revenue-
shaiing as a means of redistrib-
uting tax income which car. only
go to the federal government.
The Federation agencies have
benefitted extremely from the
fund raising emphasis on Israe1'
needs and this proposal wou.d
only be an extension of that funu
appeal to take care of some min-
imal needs of the religious insti-
tutions which, after all, '-e m
backbone of any Jewish com-
munity."
The interest of Jack Gordon
as busy a business man ana
outstanding public servant a>
we've ever known in this knot-
ty issue is an indication of Its im-
portance. It means that the cover
is off and that meaningful dis-
cussion on the future f !<;*'="
education in Greater Miami can
begin again.


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*JewlsWer*&>r'
Friday. March 15, 1974'
Sadat Has Pulled Off the Miracle Nasser
set threats from Soviet-supplied
neighbors like Syria, Iraq Ye!
mrn ana A'ghanistan.
Recently. Admiral Thrmus H
lere Moorer- cha'an of the joi;
quesuon. sumc uvmu .c .icn Chiefs 0f staff told ih u
Dreamed Of-Egypfs Ascendancy gggggg SHSSsI
. tronhe and (he Arab oil embargo .
ian-Israel: troop d.sengagement J^p"*" him t0 be of help
Continued from Page 1A
of credits f'om the Export-Im-
port Bank and private American
barks, along witn apparent sup-
port for Egyptian request! to the
World Bank for loans.
This financing would enable
Sadat to be financially independ-
ent of Saudi Arabia's oil wealth.
In addition, there i< now a U.S.
Navy team in Egypt conducting a
study of the feasibility of clear-
ing hundreds of mines from the
Suez Canal.
Moreover. Secretary of State
l', nrj A. Kissinger's shuttle di-
plomacy in January, which led to
h-cngagement of the Israeli
and Egyptian tvoops. also pro-
vided Sadat v ith the stature to
tr.pase in his own shuttle d;-
acy between various Arab
capitals on the issue of the Syr-
and to he viewed as a statesman
at the Islam conference in La-
hore.
BIT MOST important, it is be-
lieved in Washington, is the hint
given to Sadat that with Amer-
ican help th<- re-toration of
rormal diplomatic ties is the
clincher he will emerge ulti-
mately as the hero of the Arab
world on a level that his pre-
decessor. President Xasser. tried
to achieve and failed.
Sadat apparently taking his
cues of playing off Moscow and
Washington against each other
from Yugoslavia's President Tito
who was the original grand mas-
ter of that art. is profiting
handsomely from the Yom Kip-
pur War from which the super-
powers rescued him from catas-
to Wa^hingto-i
WHETHER HE will let go of
bjj Moscow ties completely and
link himself to Washington as a
reliable ally is. at this time, how-
ever, far from ceitain. What is
certain though is that Moscow
is extremely irritated with Cairo
for having permitted Kissinger
to take the ball in the disenga-
gement arrangement and is also
upset by the fact that Sadat ha-
apparently not asked the USSR
for technical help in clearing the
canal.
These irritants have been suf-
ficiently provocative, observers
here note, for the Soviet Unicti
to have decided to send its For-
eign Minister. Andrei Gromyko.
to visit Cairo. There is also no
J.S. has changed its policy to-
ward the Middle East, implying
that Wa^hin^ton is now becom-
ing pro-Arab.
l/NDOUBTEDLY. part of Gro-
inyko's mission to Cairo is to
sound out what the Soviet
Union's >tatus might in Egypt
and in Syria in the future.
The USSR still has a jaundiced
view about the ex./uhion of its
technical and military advisors
from Egypt in lsJ72.
Despite all this, it is still un-
co, tain whether Sadat will sever
tie, entirely from the Soviet
Union. This possibility seems un-
likely if only because the U.S.
riluctant to assume the
than $2 6 billion
in mi.itary equipment during the
Yom Kippur War.
America's strategy to set u
Egypt as the pivot of US in
once in noitheast Af
rica and the
.Near hast has numerous raaj.
fixations and effects.
THE STATE Department must
consider the effects of Ktyptian
hegemony in this area on Saudi
Arabia and Iran, as well as Leba-
non, Jordan and Iraq, no; ;o men-
ti n Israel. Another consider*.
tion is the chance that Egyptian.
American friendship, easily at its
wa;:ne;t since Secretary of state
John Foster Dulles dismissed the
Aswan Dam project years ag0i
may b, reluctant 0 assume u ~
tremendous responsibility of go- ^m P iujg
tag it alone, at toast now n thta ; **
corner of the globe because it
Philippines Use Jewish Writer
Continued from Page 1-A
Un is the only foreign national
in a news agency :n Manila.
M.iares. who is also a corre-
spondent for the Manila Daily Ex-
I --. accused Zeitllj of trying to
. Ij nate the Philij pin< gi 1
ment and the people from the
A: tb world."
In reporting the Council's ac-
tion demanding hat Zeitlin ap-
I for .1 hearing
Thursday, the Express said that
the Journali ; had "pronounced
Israel >> mpathies." Zeitlin
refused a summons to appear at
the hearing.
HE WROTE the Council stat-
ing that the government had as-
.- jred foreign correspondents
that their reports sent abroad
would not be censored and thai
Philippine Foreign Secretary
omulo him-elf had as-
sured AP headquarters In New
York that foreign journalists
would not be placed under Coun-
cil control.
mulo ser.t a letter on Feb.
20 to the Fore._-r. Ministers of
Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait
I

Russian Envoy Hints Move
By Moscow Toward Europe
Continued from Pj;p 1 A
credit to the
ion."
:.......trivate
unent 1 h re
were n ways I
THE M iDISON r
- S'o."
A-k .. iv reeon
,he w nt by the U.&-USSB C nine!) referring
to a "cUaaatc :' mutual trust and understanding.'' Patolichev
replied bj ie had many friends of Jewish origin.
was
.
East A st T Yes, Black-
describing Zeitlin as "suspected
of being a Jewish journalist" and
claimed that his dispatches de-
scribing the fighting were false.
Informed U. S. sources in
Washington said they could not
believe Romuio, now almost SO
years old, had actually drafted
the accusation which was carried
in a pi ess release issued by the
Philippine Consulate Geneial in
Hong Kong.
THE PHILIPPINE Embassy's
press counsellor in Washing! in,
Abelardo L. Valencia, said the
case is "not something we are
particularly interested in here."
but noted that it is "a little odd"
that hi government's announce-
ment was made in Hong Kong.
He said "no one asked
sboul i' here" until the Jewish
Telegraphic Vgency phoned him.
The case is being officially
d here by American and
Philippine officials with much
delicacy.
The Phi p iim si hah
en by numerous outbursts of vio-
irkers, peasants and
students protesting
ant inflation, cor
ruption, bureaucratic inefficiency
of abo it
$200 a year for about 73 percent
of the to.al population of som"
38 million About five percent
of the population are Mo-
There arc some 500 Jews in ihe
It y.
could create strains in the on-
going ciforts by Wa-hington to
maintain detente with Moscow,
IN ADDITION. Moscow, too.
appears reluctant to assume the
role of sole patron of Egypt and
other Arab slates because of the
drain and strain it creates within
its own economy and diplomatic
pursuits internationally,
In the summer of 1972. Wash-
ington glowed with satisfaction
when Sadat "threw out the Rus-
sians But Mosh< Dayan, during
a visit to Wa ihington some
tbs later, had a different
view
Asked h> the Jewish Telegra-
phic Agency about the Soviet
ou ter, Dayan replied character-
istically with his own question:
"Have ihej really left?"
The Yom Kippur War proves
that they neve: really did. In
fact, there .- a good likelihood
that the Soviet withdrawal from
in 1972 was part of the
grand strate y of surprise sprung
on Oct. 6.
THE DEPTH of Soviet pene-
ie East was
! eight months ago by
S 1 n< nt officials who
told I 11 Stress thai the United
1st supply weapons, in-
clu ling Phantom Jets, to Saudi
'. I a and Iran to help them off-
friend after all.
Despite Sadat's current effort 1
to carry out his ay: cement I
reached with Kissinger on dis-|
engagement and the assuraneei
given by Sadat that Egypt's ob-
jective is to regain territory from
Israel and not to destroy it. there
are some who are still >k.p:ical
about Sadat's real intention- and
about the possibility that Kis-
W may be gulible enough to
accept all this at face value.
PROF. HANS Morgenthau re-
calls: "When Neville Chamber-
lain went to Munich he had no
intention of destroym ;
Slovakia, He though instead that
he had assured peace ..n our
time.
"On his deathbed, the forma
Prime Minister remarked that1
everything would have urned
out all right if Hitler had n I I
to him. Let us hope II.ik; Ki>]
singer will not have occas U
assert that everything in thi Mid-
dh East would have
all r Sadat had not M
. m
Many political scient -'
with this pessimist ew,
hut the indispensable ent
tor peace in the area -' I
- still an elusive one in ol
the Arab's record of the past 251
years.
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Jewlstfhridktn
Friday, March 15, 1974
Israel Must Solve
Political, Economic
Problems to Survive

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the last in a series of reports by Fred
K. Shochct, publisher of The Jewish Floridian, on his United
Jewish Appeal mission to Israel as a member of the Amer-
ican Association of English-Jewish Newspapers.
1
H% FRED K. SHOCHET
Publisher. The Jewish Floridian
feral 1 is prepared to fight for
her survival. Her readiness to die
for the fulfillment of the Zionist
dream has noi changed.
But other things HAVE chang-
ed. They add up to a significant,
even traumatic shift in the coun-
try's tational consciousness from
the euphoria in which Israel lived
after the Six-Day War to a sober,
even melancholy anticipation of
the future.
THAT IS the impression I have
brought home with me from my
trip to Israel on El Al in Febru-
ary as .1 member of the United
Jewish Appeal mission for mem-
bers of the American Association
o! English-Jewish Newspapers.
|y, the change in atti-
tude is the result of the coun-
try's failure to do what everyone
expected to make short shrift
of the Arab Yom KipfHir attack
in what had come to be Israel's
standard of military excellence:
six day! or less
This mu.-t be seen against a
backdrop of the emotional im-
on Israel of the Soviet inter-
ion.
IN THE Yom Kippur War. they
were no longer operating on the
basis of the usual odds: 3 mill'on
Israelis on one side and 90 mil-
lion Arabs on the other.
\ v. they were being faced
by really big league competition
from Moscow. And the differen-
tial in the past primitive Arab
technical skill and lack of cour-
on the field of battle
seemed to have melted away be-
cause of that intervention.
Two other related factors de-
serve mention:
Ine astonishingly large
number of dead (now believed
to be more than 3.000) and
wounded, bringing Israel's cas-
ualty rate to a staggering 15,000.
The unexpected role the
Nixon administration played
unexpected in the sense that no
one anticipated Israel would need
military bailing-out and. more
significantly, no one anticipated
that the U.S. WOULD bail her
out in the nightmarish event that
she needed to be.
TO THIS second factor must
be added the profound Israeli
change in attitude toward the
American Jewish community, for
which Israelis, especially in those
euphoric post Six-Day War years,
frequently held what amounted
to undisguised contempt.
And you have, in toto, an Is-
rael now so beholden to the U.S.
and to American Jewry that it
borders on "big brother" depend-
ency.
What these factors spell is not
particularly happy to see, grate-
ful though some may be that
Isralis have apparently given
up their air of haughty superior
>ty.
IT IS not happy because It
shows Israel as a chastened child
once precocious (post Six-Day
War\ then punished for over
reaching herself (the Yom Kip-
pur War), now properly repent-
ant (gratitude toward the U.S.
and U.S. Jewry) and "cut down
to size" (her territorial conces-
sions).
No wonder there is a national
sense of melancholy seizing Is-
rael today despite the fact that
she 'won" the war.
The tragedy of this melancholic
chastening is that H may well
curb the imagination, the daring.
the courage in the face of seem-
ingly insurmountable odds that
Israel demonstrated so admirably
in the past.
IN PREVIOUS parts of this
report, I have already noted how
try wife, Sue. and 1 saw the de-
moralizing impact of the war on
Israel socially and economically.
Practically every Israeli fam
ily was either personally touched
by the loss or maiming of a loved
one or by loss in the home of a
relative or neighbor.
Already, there were five tem-
porary military cemeteries set up
for immediate burial of the thou-
sands of young men who had
made the supreme sacrifice.
In the hospitals, we saw the
burned, the blinded, the ampu-
tees.
BY WORD of mouth, there
spread across the country stories
of suicide, despair, the termina-
tion by the newly-widowed of
pregnancies rather than to bring
orphans into an uncertain world.
Economically, building, which
was a hallmark of Israel's expan-
sive prosperity after the 1957
war, had suddenly halted.
Shores and shops were closed.
Many factories could barely main-
tain their production schedules
because of the many men away
in service.
PAUL ZUCKERMAN. national
president of the United Jewish
Appeal, told us that, bleak us
they may be. these were the
words we would have to bring
hack to the Jews of America to
make them understand the depths
of the unhappy change that had
occurred in Israeli life.
Arye Dulzin, acting chairman
of the Jewish Agency since the
death of Louis Pincus late last
summer, cautioned us that Is-
rael's economic demands must
now be considered light years be
yond what they were before the
Yom Kippur attack.
WHAT HE meant was the
emergence of newer, sterner,
more imperative demands in the
area of immigration and absorp-
tion, agriculture and settlement,
and Youth Aliyah a good deal
Graveyard of tanks, half-tracks and other
tcber war.
of this geared toward the bring-
ing to Israel of Soviet Jwra whose
numbers, strangely, burgeoned in
the opening hours of the war.
It was almost as if Moscow was
trying to add w Israel's national
burden at a time when she seem-
ed least equipped to handl
another chall -nge.
THESE ECONOMIC demands.
Zuckerman and Dulzin declared.
spel! a phenomenal challenge to
Jews in the United States and
other western countries.
That is why. : now seems to
me. more th:tn ever the survival
or Israel depends upon diaspora
Jewry.
A final word the political
scene. We have seen it aete.l out
in Israel during the past few
weeks. Prime Minister Meir*(
struggle to-make a coalition gov-
ernment without the participa-
tion of Likud, wh >se candidate.
Menachem Beigin, fared so well
in the Dee. 31 elections,
BEIGIN IS the leader of the
hawkish faction, an ol Itim Herut
chief, who pressed for Israel to
continue the war to a "successful"
and "decisive'' conclusion.
In this, he had support from
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan
and Transport Minister (now
Minister of Information) Shimon
Peres, both of whom quit Mrs
Meir's cabinet because she wa
trying to keep the Beigin forces
out, and who then returned so
unexpectedly last week.
WE MET with Mr. Beigin In
Jerusalem where he discussed
Continued on FoUowing Page
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Israel's Political Problems
Continued from Preceding Page
his deep anger over Israel's fail
ure to mobilize in anticipation of
the Arab attack on Yom Kippur
which, he told us, most of the
government knew nothing about,
but which the highest echelons
(Mrs. Meir's "kitchen cabinet")
DID know about and decided
to ignore as iust another threat
"There was a disaster in evalua
tion of the inteligence informa
tion." Mr. Beigin told us, "and
a fateful mi take was made."
TO ISRAEL'S failure to win
"decisively," to Mrs. Meir's fail
ure to act promptly if not pre
emrively. rightly or wrongly h'
traced Israel's need to make ter-
ritorial concession' todav in
eluding the possibility of losine
control ol Jerusalem.
Mr. Be'-'in was speaxi-2 as a
man whose party won 3^ seat
in the K'vs-c-t (3 over Likud'
rcrre-orlniion befor: the Dec
31 election); while Mr; :>Wr'
Labor F';>rty dropptd f;-o~i 52 t'
51 less than a majority of the
120-seat Knet
Then where is wha' h? ca'.Jed
the Knesset's "democratic repre
ser.tation0"
I DO NOT raise the q*j
in support or opposition. I am
only suggesting the depth of po
litical turmoil in Israel today.
It is a turmoil that was dem-
onstrated to a frightening d
Sunday when, during the vote-
of confidence debate in the Knes
set, Gen. Arik Sharon, the ccm
mander who broke aor> s the
Su Canal Into Egypt and who
late' r:;ioned beeaue Israel
failed to press her victory t) a
,' finitive conclusion, the c-m
n der who successfully ran for
a Likud scat hi the K:u>,se; ar.d
Withdrawal
On Syrian
Front Near?
Continued from Page 1 A
a closed meeting of the H-use
Foreign Affairs Committee that
h.' expected Israeli-Syrian disen-
gagement talks "to Start within
two weeks" in Washing.n.
KISSINGER ADDEH: We
hore negotiations wii: be g:ven
a chance to progress and the
Urited States wi'.l make a very
major effort to bring about a
separation of forces between
Syria and Israel just as we did
between Egypt and Israel."
On Mar. 5, State Department
sources had indicated that be-
cause of the uncertain political
situation in Israel, the Israeli-Syr-
ian disengagement talks were in
"a state of limbo."
The next day, however, when
Kissinger was asked about the
latest developments in Israel, he
replied "We worked very closely
with Premier Golda Meir's (out-
going) Cabinet and we know we
will be able to work closely with
them in the future."
THE IMPROVEMENT of Is
rael's political situation will have
a second major effect as well: It
will hurry President Nixon 1 be-
lated decision on how to appro-
tion the $2.2 billion Emergency
Assistance Program for Israel
whose financial situation has been
made precarious by the Yom Kip-
pur War costs.
. In legislating $2.2 bil'ion to
helo Israel meet the burdens of
its Yom Kippur War costs. Con-
gress stipulated last Dumber
that President Nixon could grant
p to $15 bil'ion oufight and
provide the $682 million balance
in the form of credits.
Nixon technirallv was to have
decided in February on how to
divide Ov sum. The Presdent>
delay has been attributedI to>Ki=r
singer's diplomatic undertakings
Tfhe Middle East and to the Is-
raeli Cabinet crisis.
who is the coalition government's
. ternest critic, shouted across the
aisles at Mrs. Meir:
"The public d^^phe" vou.
If you knew what the soldiers.
think of you, the wounded, the
amnutees, you would blush with
shame."
The truth, of course, is that
Mrs. Mrir's new ?">-i:tnn does
NOT take into account the na-
t'On'l popular sentiment, for ex-
ET.plc, 42 percent of the armed
forces voted for Likud.
Her reas.ns are obvious.
PRACTICAL POLITICS, U.S.
State Department pressures, So-
v.n (Luanda as tlje price of
Ea=t-west detent?. Arab feelings
that they "won," the c 1 embargo
ail these factors dictate that
Israel must be more amenable
than her victory declares to
B-M3in and Sharon Israel need
NOT be.
This split in Israel's political
climate precipitated the crisis of
the la:t fe# weeKs.
The return of Dayan and Peres,
the formation of a new cabinet,
with Religious Party particioa-
tion that did not precipitate im-
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is a Jew?" issue none of this
should sugge?t that the crisis has
been resolved.
ISRAEL, chastened today, not
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Insults Shouted At Golda Meir
Continued from Page 1-A
NRP and one, the Transport Min-
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was granted additional time
until Sundayto complete her
Cabinet.
A TEN-HOUR debate raged
over confirming the cabinet on
Sunday, which finally won a nar-
row vote of confidence 62-46,
with nine abstentions and three
absences.
Most dramatic happening at the
debate was when Ariel (Arik)
Sharon, a leader of Likud and
hero of the Suez Canal crossing
in the Yom Kippur War. shouted
at Mrs. Golda Meir:
"THE PUBLIC is hostile to
you. It despises you. If you know
what the soldiers think of you,
the wounded, the amputees, you
would blush with shame."
Likud, headed by Menachem
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Mrs. Meir's coalition although it
captured 3.4 seats in the 120-seat
Knesset.
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Scoreboard: Soviets Ahead in Armaments
Centinucd from Page 4A
which is inte c foti how-
ever you maj i
THE "BACKriRE." much lifce
a slightl) i 'he
projected L1 S. B-l.
way mi sion to U.S. tarj
Or il i Flj i via i pe-
fuel, for instance, in Cuba; i r
it cai ) w ith t r -
fueiii e Soviets li.d the
needi if i d1 1
(The "Backfii / has i i
for air rel
Thes
.. : '.. ai
of CS. air de-
I o com-
plete mar. t
.. ; f every
MEANWHILE, the Soviets are
x ndinjj unimaginable fortunes
m and uiaintain-
ing the nro:-l JeWc and oo.-tly air
(' ft : he wo: id has ever
se< '
Thereby, they are casting le-
gitimate doubts on the p^w^r to
penel ate to majo S 'Viet targi ts
oi both u U S. E J.. Bi a th<
Bis tin L'nlte : St ites will hare
later i C tigress will pi '
ti m.
S there yi u have It in a nut-
ii :i The Soviet I -i- of
range, land-based nuclear mi--
iverc c iducti I fr im the
Tyuratam Missi e
r all !he way to t'le mid-
!')].. .. -. fherel i
traversed a range of ai least
5,003 mi.e.
THEY INDICATE, as brief y
noted, that this country can Be
at a hopeless disadvantage by
1980, unless the United Stal a
piomptly makes t '' efforts to
im Drove it Ft 'i tegic power.
The Soviet tests conducted to
da i hi v, been: First, two-tests
of cn< of tlic two Soviet follow-
ers ft n their SS-11 missile (of
which they have about 1.000. with
an existing power rompaiabie to
that of our 1,000 Minuteman mis-
riies).
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far more powei ful SSX-19 mis-
s e h iwed that this follow-on
was "MIRVed" with multiple re-
entry warheads. Also "MIRVed"
were tiie two more recent tests
of the second SS-11 follow-on,
"T.W SSX-17. with no less than
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ton apiece.
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of the SS !). the supergiant Soviet
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a megaton apiece. In short, the
one bright spot is the probable
fact that the Soviets are still hav-
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u: Fir.-t. what is the value of
our official strategic concept of
"assured destruction" in the
light of the foregoing grim facts?
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vJewitt Flcridlian
Page 13-A
olan Heights Front Still Highly Volatile
AVIV (JTA) The
front was a tinder-box on
f in which a minor incident
Fspark full-scale hostilities,
sources said.
said the intelligence in-
fcion on the massive Syrian
ration of arms and men
pimilar to the intelligence
eached Israel just prior to
torn Kippur War but this
[Israel is taking it with the
seriousness and is fully
red to deal with any attack,
jurces said.
LN WHILE, THE Soviet
and Syria warned that Is-
failure to withdraw from
cupied Arab territory could
to a "new explosion" in the
le East, it was reported from
?scus on Mar. 7.
ricultural settlers continued
ft>rk their fields, however,
in the most remote regions
je Golan Heishts. Rut tour-
and other visitors were ad-
to avoid the area.
Ifense Minister Moshe Dayan.
ring on television, stressed
[normal life must and would
|nue on the Golan Heights as
as there is no shooting.
jt the Syrians were deployed
ill strength along the cease-
line just as they were on
eve of the Yom Kippur War.
ley need not perform any
scale troop movements be-
thev are already deployed.
in said.
IE SYRIANS were said to
deployed significantly large
ss of men and armor on the
tiern section of the ceasefire
Reports reaching here at-
lutcd the move to a visit to
UISCUS by Soviet Foreign Min-
Andrci Gromyko.
Sromyko's arrival there Mar. 6
jrie.llv encouraged hard-line
lents in the Syrian regime
Reds May-
Destroy
Cemeteries
ntinued from Page 1 A
.. and ultimately to de-troy
every vestige of Jewish Identity
in the USSR.
RABBI RUBIN told the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency that the
situation was most alarming in
Russia, Hungary and Poland. He
said a bill has been introduced
to the Polish Parliament to na-
tionalize the land in which the
cemeteries are located. He called
the activities "barbarism com-
mitted against the dead" and said
it was a "world obligation" to
prevent such acts.
Mavor Abiaham Beame pro
claimed Feb. 28 as "The Day for
Jewish Cemeteries in Eastern
Europe in New York City." He
ed on New Yoikers to reflect
the significance of the day by
jorsing a petition of the World
inference to the United Na-
ons asking for action to pre-
ent the desecration.
[He said the petition requires
Be million signatures.
[MALCOLM HOENLEIN, exec-
Itivo director of the Soviet Jewry
rrganization, said that in recent
(reeks, "we have become aware,
hrough conversations with Jew-
l activists in the Soviet Union.
_ a concerted campaign by the
Soviet government to desecrate
tnd to seize Jewish burial
grounds.
Rabbi Rubin displayed photos
-Di desecrated Jewish cemeteries
Bn the USSR and others left un-
-tended to a point where "they
Iwill soon fade into oblivion.'
..Icenlein reported that in Lvov,
[a Jewish cemetery was confis-
cated and turned into a market
| p'.ace.
IN ODESSA, the government
is trying to take over land where
a cemetery is located which is
the resting place of many Jewish
leaders.
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By Special Report .
WASHINGTON Israel's Foreign Minister Abba Eban ar-
rived here Monday to begin talks aimed at disengagement with
Syrian troops along the Golan Heights front. But in Damascus it
was announced that the Syrians would put off the talks for at
least two weeks.
i ;'
MR HHIHU 1: ".1 :.i:n:'i!i:::ii:i
who want a tougher stand toward
Israel. Israelis are aware that the
Russians have been resupplying
Syria with heavy military equip-
ment.
THEY HAVE completely re-
placed the 1,000 tanks Syria lost
in the Yom Kippur War and the
Syrians now have more armor
than they had last October. The
same applies to their air force
and missile strength, sources
here said.
Th bulk of the Syrian army is
concentrated in the area between
the Israeli enclave in the north-
ern Golan Heights and Damascus.
It is also deployed on both
sides of the main KunHtra-Da-
mascus roaii and on sections of
the road that remained in Syrian
hands after the war. Israel forces
were also apparently deployed in
full strength and ready for any
cont-ngencv.
AIR FORCE jets of both sides
criss-crossed the forward posi-
' ions throughout the day hut
were careful not to cross the d?-
marcation line. Jet interceptors
and helicopters were seen over
the Syrian lines.
Syrian ground forces were de-
ployed mainly around the Israeli
enclave on the Damascus road
which was captured during the
Yom Kippur War. Sources here
n'd that the Syrian move was
not wholly unexpected.
They said that while renewed
Syrian aggression is always pos-
sible. Damascus apparently want-
.e_u to enter the negotiating stage
with Israel in a position of
strength and therefore was heat-
ing up the border.
A Syrian attempt to regain
territory taken by Israel in the
Yom Kippur War could not be
excluded, the sources said.
WHILE ISRAELIS on Mar. 6
apprared to take the announce-
ment of the Syrian build-up with
a grain of sail and viewed it as
a gambit to permit Dayan and
Tranrport Minister Shimon Peres
to return to government under a
face saving device, the Israelis
on Mar. 7 seemed more convinced
that the situation on the Syrian
ront was indeed serious, but
there was still considerable skep-
ticism over the political maneu-
vering that resulted in Dayan and
Peres reversing their decisions
not to serve in the new govern-
ment.
A considerable se?mcnt of the
public believes that the two Min-
isters seized 0:1 the Svrian sear-'
as a means of reversing them-
selves without losing face.
(Ironical y the buildup came
oven as U.S. Secretary of State
Henry A. T^-singer told report-
ers in Washington that he ex-
pected Israeli-Syrian disengage-
ment talks "to start within Jwo
weeks" in Washington. At (the
same time the State Department
indicated it was keeping a close
watch on the situation developing
on the Israeli-Syrian front.)
THE TE>io.\ resulting from
the massive Syrian army build-up
was also noticeable on the Syrian
side. Syrian soldiers were seen
wearing combat helmets. Syrian
air force jets streaked over the
f. rword positions throughout
March G but did not cross the de-
marcation line.
Dayan said on television that
a change in th" attitude of the
radical Arab states Syria and
Iraq nas brought about a
hardening of their position. These
developments, he si.~l. contrib-
uted to his decision to join now
the new government-
MEANWHILE, Likud leaders
Menachem Beigin and Elimelech
Rimall sa'd after j meeting with
Premier C.olda Meir Mar. 6 that
the situation on the Syrian front
was serious.

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Page 14-A
*Jenisf> fhridicur
Friday. March 15. 1974
m
Faith ... And Action
Rabbi Rube/
By RABBI CHARLES M. RlBEL
Temple firth T;v
This is the third SftMAttl of the
four special sections which we
read in the Torah preceding the
great festival Of Passover, the
Festival of Freedom.
This week we read the section
of the Poro Adumo, the Red
Heifer, which was prepared for the
cleansing of a
person who was
defiled by con-
tact with a dead
body. One who
wished to join
in the celebra-
tion of the Pass-
over by partak-
ing of the
Paschal lamb,
had to cleanse
himself by the
waters of the
Red Heifer.
Tins is the most incomprehen-:
sibie Law in the whole Torah.
since no one was able to give a
logical reason for it in all Rab-
binies. Rabbi Yochaiian Ben Zaccai
had to admit to his students thai
i' is a Law which wo have to ac-
cept on faith in Cod'* judgement
in ordaining it. The question then
arises, why do we read it as one
of the Portions preceding the
Passover and why doe. it have its
pla<. I( 'in1' n le pot 'AC is of
Zochor and Ha< hodesh?
What would be it.i significance
in our day?
To answer this problem let u=
an interesting | 1i nome.
n I ish histor; in ma 13 ;
crisis in Ji wish hi I rj we discov-
I a clash of two lines of
thought among our Ji *ish people.
concerning the attitude to be taken
by us in a national crisis. 1
One was the philosophy of pas-
sive faith in God. No matter how
bleak the outlook, they said, let us
have faith in God, pray and !
thai the wrong will be righted.
Only God can bring salvation the,
Yiddish is weH ka**Got Vet
Kelfen.
They back this philosophy with
he Torah itself. God brought vie- ;
t iry when the Egyptians were pur-
uing us. and victory in the war
' with Amalek. The early Chasidim
1 before Mattathias and Judah Mac-
zabee, would not go to war on the
Sabbath, and they permitted them-
selves to be slaughtered.
In our modern day. the Neturei
Karta in Israel do not accept the
State of Israel because it was man
made, and they believe we must
wait for God to send the .Messiah
tor the redemption of Israel from
the Golus.
on our part is the real Jewish
why it is placed between Parsha
the second cheek to the enemy.
This will now clarify the reason
for the reading of the Poro Adumo ;
portion before Passover and also;
v y it is placed between Parsha
Zochor and Hachodesh which is
order of the Paschal lamb.

s
ervtces
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONCREQA.
the order 01 tnc rascnai lauiv, tioi^. 995 sw 67*.h Ave. orthodox,
the preparation for the celebration Cantor Aron lier. Aror. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2533 3W 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitx.
2
^f the Festival of Freedom. Our
rabbis wanted to impress upon us
the true way of Jewish living. Do
you wish to really enjoy Passover''
Then remember that fighting
Vmalek must come together with
true belief in God's justice and
goodness. Then you can enjoy the
true Hachodesh Haze Lochem. as
a festival of freedom.
Both Zochor And Poro must
come, before you can celebrate the
true month of freedom for your-
self and you children. Zochor and
Poro are not contradictory, but
'.hey are rather complimentary.
Therefore, these two Sabbaths are
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. OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonlta Dr. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Phineas A. Weoerman
30
SEPHArDIC EWISH CENTER. 6*9
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
CONGREGA1 /ON fcTZ CHAIV
44 Washington Ave.
15
sr
The other philosophy is that of, necessary for healthy Jewish life
labbi Akiva and Bar Kochvo who. i both in Israel and the diaspora.
while reaffirming their faith in
God. did not sit with their hands
folded, but they organized the re-
bellion of Bar Kochvo, and at-
tempted to wrest another free
Judea from the Romans in 132
| C.E.
Unfortunately, it failed ultimate-
ly, but the thought is very clear,
faith must also be accompanied bj
action on our part. This was the
philosophy of the founders of tin
State o. Israel, who I that
nlj by a miracle can Israel de
feat the Arab enemy, and so far
e have done it, no: one in i. bul
four times.
Our Israeli soldiers know thai
faith alo e is not ei ough, but
musl be ai ed bj ac-
l our part. Evi Bible
we read 1 hat when Moses came
to the Lord thai Israel i-
ivorried about the purging E
osts. God said: Mah Tizok
il.aiWhy do you cry to me?
S] sak unto the children of Is-
rael and let them move forward.
let them show some initiative and
'. will then step in and help them
A firm faith in God, plus action
.
rC-atbiniccf r
yintcat March 1" Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Milton SchHnsky, Temple Adath
Yeshurun
March 17 Ch. 4. 8:30 a m. Estate
(Repeat on ( hannel 2 6:30 p m )
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pi
To; ic: "Chaplain rk"
Guest-: Rev. Victor Maloy, Father Jack Ualaby and
Rabbi Solomon Schiff
March 17 Ch. 7, 10 a.m. Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Temple Emanu-El
Topic: "Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund"
Guests: David B Fleeman, president Jewish Federa-
tion; Morton Si'.berman. CJA-IEF, chairman.
1974; Mrs. Irving Wexler. president Women's
Division of Federation. Mel SchoenfelJ. Federa-
tion Campaign Director
Only through faith and action
i together, can we hope to achieve
real freedom, symbolized by the
( festival of Passover.
Two Passover
Seminars Set
Rabbi Tiber H. stem, spiritual
' >ader of Ihe Jacob C. Cohen
Community Synagogue and a hala
chic authority pf national recognr
'icn. will hold two Passover S mi-
nors open to the general public.
The f '-t seminar will be nex"
' I -'1 iy at 2 p.m.. and the sec
ond Thursday, March 28. at 2 p.m
Both will be held at tl Jaco
i ohen Community S.....
'Xa Washington Ave.. Miam
Beach,
This year the Passover illday
will have added complications be
rum it Is commencing on Sunday
Vpril 7. and the fir be Saturday ni'.'ht. The Frev Pe
u-h in the Sabbath invites prob-
lems that need Rabbinic dance
The seminars, which will also
teach methods of kashering an.1
jive information concerning
m ny fo id products and m lies
ments, are open to laymen as h
as t.> :' i i'!e.i-e biiiu papei
: penc'l f M Both men
:ind women are welcome.
BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert M. BJurajard. Associate Rbbi
Barry Altman 3
Friday 8:80 p.m. Associate Rabbi
Barry M. Altman will apeak on "Who
i- ;. Jew The Criaia In Israeli Law."
' Following, the service there will he a
USSton mi "How to Teach Your
Idren About S<-x." On the panel
1 will he l>r Warren Schlanarer, pay.
chlatrlat. Dr. BUIott Podoll and iniro-
Ihv RutOhlk. Social worker.
! BETH DAVID, M25 SW 3rd Ae.
Oonservaiive. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lioaon. *
| BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H Rothman. S
' BETH KOUfcsH. 1101 SW 12th Ave
Moaern Traditional. Rabbi M Sha-
piro. Cantor Leon Seaal. Rev Alex
Stahl. Rev. Mendel Gutterman. 6
Friday 1:16 p.m Sermon: "Taxation
Without Representation!" Sam Schul-
wolf, honorary president of the < on-
sresatlon, and Mrs Schulwolf, a past
president ol the Sisterhood, will host
the Oneat Shabbat In honor of his
birthday.
| BETH TIKVA, (Reform) 9025 Sun-
t Dr fi-A
Pi Iday B:l( o.m Guest spi R<
- Mory, o( Thi 'rose of Slorj
T ipk "Hi B lures "
-
.1ETH TOV (Temo'e C438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Chariea
Rubel. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. 8
ISRAEL (Temple) Or C REaTER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th it. Reform Rabbi
josjrh R. Narot Id
I' .lav t p.m I:
on "Whal In v N
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 2SMl
S:. Conservative. Rabm Paul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parrass. II
i rjd 8:15 p.m.
Ml I
-.. Tol i mai n u II
! isi the Onex Shabbi
0 l:.
OR OLOV (Temptei B755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Davd r.1
Baron. Cantor Benjamin Ben Afi, 13
TIFERETH ISR^'t'-. b500 N. M ami
Ave. Coneervat.'-e. Pabbi Maun;-
Klem. 14 I
Saturday 10:4! a.m l"-.ir Mltrvah:
; \ \ Rose and m Ichael S i
KhI.lush will follow the aervl -
ZION atrtratlve. Rabb; Nori.ian Shapiro.
Cantc- Errol Helfrran. 16
Sermoi in
ed Lei
iluual Mrs i Uruci
S .. of the
tsvuh: Ralpl
HIAi.iAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4lh Ave. Conservative. R,-.bb. Na-
than Z'.londek 18
NORTH MIAMI
BETH VOShE CONGREGATION. ?22b
NE 121st t Conservative ?abhl
Joseph Gorfmkel. Cantor Ben Zif*
K"-schenbaum 35
p m i lui ai Rabbi l ,ouis
Glvi and to I .- Se turdaj 9
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Wei k."
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabb: Sheldon N. Ever 17
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEW'SK
CENTER. 17i0 79th St. Causeway.
North Bay Village. Conservative
Cantor Murray Vavneh. 32-A
A1UPAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFAP?
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St.. Ml
ami deach. Orthoaox. Rabbi Mor
decai Chaimoots.
NOR1H MIAMI BUCK
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 1021
NE Miami Gardens Or. Conservative.
R&bbi Miltcn Schlinsky. Cantor Ian
Alpern. S3
AGUDAi'H ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Reliqious Community Center. 1925S
NE. 3rd r-e. Orthodox. 33-A
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip.
sct.itz. Cantor Je:ob B. Mendelson. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL, 1*01 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Victor O
Zwjlling. Cantor Jack Lerner. 34
' SINAI (Temple), of NORTH DADB
18801 NE 2nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley "antor Irving
Shulks V
Pi Ida -. n m I h Mar-
Gn nbera Topic: "New fnalahts
1 ] e ai Cum-
Iv." Raturdas
h Portion nf the Week."
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18*51 N|
19'h Ave Orthodox. Rabb. Div
Bianick ofticiatinii 38
VOUMG ISI.Ap'. t.r u-fro Ml.
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Zalnan Koaaoweky, 31
CORAl SAMfS
JUDEA (Ten.ple). ''>' G'-i-da Blvd
Re'rm. Pahhi Mi.-hil B E n.
*st faeor r t-i Bhoea it
Pi 15 n m f the
rtrothi rhi od
\ 1 > :

JoWORA [Temple) ** Z.i-no-a Ave.
Ci<"r,-.'.'vf. Rahhi Maxwell A
Berger. Can"- fMn'ry Rich. 41
Sl/ff.'SIDf
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGAT'ON.
o4> M-i-HInn Ave. Orthodox Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. Cantor Leibelt
Levins. so
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BETH ISRAEL (T-mp:e^. 7'00 W
Oakiann Park Blvd Rabbi Pi. lip A
Labowitz. Canlor Maurice Neu. 4t
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayakhael
"And Moses assembled all the congregation of the child
of Israel ." (Exodus. Chapters 35 401
THE PEOPLE'S RESPONSE: Moses transmitted to the peo-
ple the details of God's commands relating to the sanctuary and
its contents, but first emphasized the holiness of the Sabbath day
on which no work was to be done. The Israelis responded will-
ingly and generously, and men and women alike made contribu-
tions according to their ability. Women with the requisite skill
spun the linen material, and the princes save precious stones for
the breastplate as well as spices and oil for the incense and lamp
home devout women even donated their mirrors of burnished
copper to be used for the making of the laver and its base
Moses made special mention of the fact that God had singl-d
out Bezalel of the Tribe of Judah, a man of wisdom. undersUnd-
ins and experience, to supervise the work. With him was associ-
ated Oholiab. of the Tribe of Dan. who was a skilled engraver
and weaver. The gifts poured in to such an extent that the work-
men reported to Moses that they had more than they needed, so
(he people were told to cease their offerings.
Section by section, the sanctuary and its contents began to
lake shape.
Mayor Ferre
Sunshine BBW
Guest Speaker
Sunshine B'nai B'rith Women
will hold its 15th annual donor
uncheon Tuesday noon in the
Carillon Hotel.
Mayor Maurice Ferre nf Miami
will be guest speaker, and comedi-
an Danny Tadmor will entertain.
Cochairmen of the afternoon are
Mrs. Samuel Polk and Mrs. Victor
Siegel. Mrs. Joseph Morgan is
chapter president.
Funds raised will provide main
tenance for BB projects through
out the United States and Israel
Hebrew Academy
To Hold Seders
At Central YMHA
Passover Seders will be held this
year by the South Dade Hebrew
Academy at the YMHA. 8500 SW
th St.. Saturday and Sunday eve-
nings, April 8 and 7.
The holiday meals will be Kosher
and the services will be conducted
under rabbinical supervision with
the South Dade Hebrew Academy; coNcasoATioN an-n
choir participating in *'. service. pf Hebrew Academy).
For reservations an.l informa-
tion, call the South Dade Hebrew
Academy.
EMANU-EL. 3M5 W. Oakland Para
Blvd. .Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrae-.s Cntor Jero-e KleT-nt. 41
POMPAN0 BtACH
^'IT^TE JEWISH CENTER 6101
NW 9th St.
SMOLOM (Temple). i32 SE 11th Av
Conservative Phbi Morns A. Skoo
Carior Ya^icov Renzer. S
HAUANDAU
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
(Conservative). 413 NE 8th Ave.
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz. Cantoi
iT-->h r-.-.r!r,-(ir .9
8:15 i> m "Issnsi In Irah-
Pi si Effort s iturd 13 I II
. m. Sermon: "Lesson of the \\
BETH ISRAEL. 770 4C\h St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shao.ro. IS
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir
sVy. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL 'Temo'e), 154, Jef.
ferson Ave Conservative. Cantor
Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 1144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi J.eon Kronlsh.
Cantor David Convii-er. 21
Friday 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Harry Jolt
will sneak on "The Jew Has Many
Ka.-M wui the Real Jen Pi. ,-. stand
l 11." Saturday 10:43 a.m.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Robbi Joseph E. Rackov-
ky. 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE-
GATION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
C{i%N HS8F,vv*cc7ngregation.
J,24* Washington Ave Orthodox.
Habbi Dow Roienwaij. 23
CoB,'tN S^HARDIC HEBREW CON-
Ratbi Meir Mashah Melamed. 23.A
EMANU-EL (Tempte). 1701 Washing
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor 2vi Adler. 2*
HEBREW ACADEMY"400 Pine Tree
Dr. Ortnodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Groas.
ELL
-y). 7th
Mer.dian Ave. Orthodox.
_________ Orthodox.
*AVrWwvyyiiuwWvVVVV Cantor Meyer Engel.
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SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washinator. Ave
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
BJ
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1418 Puclld Ave
Orthodox^ Rabbi Dav.d Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Self. v
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MENORAH (Temple). 6M 75th SI
Conservative. Rabbi Mav Abram
owti. Cantor Nico Feldwan. 2/
NT?,,!rAMI.S ITemD,- "Mh t. ane
I' Waterwax.. Con-rvatiy.
St^S' f!Joene La>ovit2. Cantor Ed
ward Klem. gt
HOWWnOL
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON.
GREGATION. Conservative. 33fl<
University D'. Rabbi Max Weitx. 44
BETH EL (lemple). 1S51 S. 14th Av
Hfor~> Rnhhi Sumuel Jaf' i\
Friday 8:18 n.m. Guest sneaker Rer.
1 iiiIht C Pierce >if th Unloi Con-
reaailonal Church In Hallandale.
rpolc: "Shalom. .n..i Balaam
snabbal sponsored by Mr and Mrs
Max Jacobaon In honor ..f their an-
-< o. muel Schechter in
honor of his birthday.
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 4601 Ar.
thur St. Conservative. Rabbi Mor-
tan Malavsky Cantor Irving Gold 44
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbi Dav:d Shapiro,
Cantor Yehuda Hellbraun. 4J
,f^PoLE BETH AHM- Conarativ
fSWKnJ A-e Hollyw,d. Rab5
Rabbi Sa nmb.i Benarroch. Cantor
Harry Schnirriinn. 47-B
TSJ'&B *OLEL (L'beral). 5l0\
Sheridan St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Rub-
en Frasin. Cantor Michael Kyrr.
Y^NP.ISRAEL HOLLYWOOD
(Or'horlnx). ?801 Stirling Rd 58
Saturday 9 am
MsMaMsT
ISRAEL (TamPHt). 6920 SW SSth St
Conservative Rabbi Avrom Dr.xir,
Canto.- Abraham Koster. 4,
HOMHUAD
"EAD JEWISH CENTER
Conervat ve. 5;
f-3 NE Bth St

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I Cables
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xy, March 15, 1974
fJenisti ftcridtijun
Page 15-A
Egypt's Flag Returns to Suez
TEL AVIV (JTA) Six
B'ears and seven months of Is-
r. presence on the Suez Canal
fended last week as the last Is-
raeli soldiers departed from the
inks of the famed waterway to
Jake up new positions some 14
Bniles eastward in the heart of
the Sinai desert.
The Israelis handed over their
last positions on the canal banks
to the United Nations Emergency
Force (UNEF). The last Israeli
vehicle to leave the zone was a
half-track carryins three soldier*.
THEY LEFT behind a bullet-
' punctured sign saying "Shalom"
41 Jews
In Britain's
Commons
Continued from Page 1A
of the Board of Deputies of Brit-
sh .lew;.
f Martin ("ohm. general secretary
.of t'.H I.iibor of Friends of Isra tl,
told the .ita that no m imbers of
he new House are members of
the labor Friends of Israel.
THESE INCLUDE Anthony
r"ed .wood-Bonn, Edward Short
Hkntlmny Cro.land. Peter Shot1-
f and Rc.vmond Fletcher, who i
fCfhainron of the parliamentary
Toun of the Labor Friends o.'
rael.
Non-Jewish Conservatives, dedi
cateel friends of Israel. Include
Winston S. Churchill. Hugh
Dykes. Mrs. Margaret Thatcher
and John Gorst.
\ The leading Liberal non-Jew
ih friend of Israel is Jeremv
Thorpe, head of the Liberal
Pari\.
TWO KNOWN foes in the new
[ House are Christopher Mayhew
land Andrew Faulds, bath Labor
Bfonc of the candidates of th"
N ,.nal Front, the descendants
[of the British Union of Fascists
[won any seats.
It was noted here that from the
point of view of Israel, both La
bor and Conservatives ire invari
tblv friend, it to Israel in oppo
sition than in the govcrnm?nt.

To jiutc you of a'
superb social event -
Bar Mitzvah, Wedding,
Anniversary Party,
Gala Organizational
Dinners & Luncheons.
Hans H. Marcusc
Louis Witkin
Formerly the
ALGIERS CATERERS
at the all new
"ftceloaai
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iii lleb ew. Arabic and English.
Someone added. "Au Revoir."
Egyptian army units crossed
the canal to take over the
evacuated zone from UNEF. and
for the first time since June 1967.
Egypt's red. white and black fiag
!! w over the entire 100-mile
len'th of the Suez Canal on both
of it- banks.
The final nhase of disengage-
ment abng Suez was completed
24 hours ahead of the timetable
set by the accord Israel and
Egypt reached on January 21.
UNEF teams, each accom-
panied by an Israeli or Egyptian
liai on officer, began their in-
spection oi the zones now held by
each side to detei mine among
other things whether the disen-
gagement provision calling for a
thinning-out of armed forces by
both sides wa.i being observed.
They mad" their report to
I'NF.F Commander Gen. En Si;h-vuo who relayed it to UN
headquarters in Cairo. The lat-
t. i i Onfirmed that the disengage-
ment agreement was being car-
lkd out to the letter.
ISRAELI officials also report -
ed that the Egyptians have de-
molished all missile sites built on
the eai t bank of the canal. The
razing operation was observed by
Israeli forces.
Egyptian forces on the east
bank have given permission to
Israeli officials to continue to
search for the bodies of mi- i
Israeli soldiers believed to have
beon killed in the areas now
under Egyptian control.
It was learned that Egyptian
forces east of the canal are 1*31
than the maximum allowed by
the disengagement accord.
This was not considered to b?
of military significance since the
Egyptians can concentrate their
forces on the west bank under an
umbrella of SAM missiles, Israeli
officials said.
ISRAELI SOURCES stressed
that Egypt's rcoc-'Unation of both
banks o; Hie Suez Canal permils
Cairo to begin clearing the wa-
terway for navigation and reha
bilitating canalside towns and
villages for the return of their
civilian populations. In the Is-
raeli view, these operations win
iu) ther reduce the likelihood of
renewed hostilities.
The new Israeli lines extend
frnm BalOOSB in the north to a
point seuth of the Eyun Moussa
water wells on the west shore of
the S.;n;:; Peninsula fronting the
Gulf of Suez.
no* run Just west of the
Gidi and Mitla passes. The Is-
raeli and Egyptian zones are
itcd b\ a buffer zone man-
ned by l. NEP troops.


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the natural beauty of balcony
views, privacy and security we
don't believe you can find anything
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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
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patrolled by boat as well as land.
If you don't belong here it's next
to impossible to get in.
So, before you buy
anywhere, come see our furnished
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Guidelines For
Passover 5734
The Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami has issued
Guidelines for the Traditional Preparation for Passover." Ac-
rding to Rabbi Maxwell Berger of Temple Zamora, president,
he guideline* are in response to many questions that have
risen concerning the holiday. Since the first Seder night occurs
n Saturday night (April 6th). there are many additional rules
hat prevail. This unusual occurrence has not taken place since
954, and we feel that our community wou'.d want to know all
hese Special procedures."
The guidelines were assembled by the Rabbinical As .
lion's Halacha Commission which Is headed by Rabbi Tibor H.
Stern of the Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue.
A. The completion of clearing the home from chametz (leavened
products! should be done Thursday, April 4. after sui
with the traditional "bedikas chametz" the searching of
the chametz ritual. It is recommended that this ritual be
done with the assistance of the children.
B. Friday, April 5th, during the morning services, the tradition
of the "redemption of the firstborn" is performed through
the "siyjim" completion of a Talmudic tractate. This
service relieves the first-born from fasting on that day.
C. The same day during the morning hour, the Rabbi or other
religious functionary disposes of all chametz through a
"sale" to a non-Jew.
D. The chametz whjch was collected and saved during the 'be-
dikas chametz" ritual the evening before must be burned
before noon 0? Friday. The burning of the chametz is called
"biyur chametz". A special prayer is recited during the rit-
ual which should take place outdoors. The prayer can be
recited in Hebrew or English.
SABBATH EREV PESACH
A. Since no work is permitted on the Sabbath, all cooking for the
Seder night must be done on Friday. Therefore, all cha-
metz dishes and utensils must be stored away before the
Sabbath and the Passover utensils must be placed in the
kitchen.
B. It is strongly advisable that the entire Passover shall be
brought into the h.ouse before the Sabbath, and the Sab-
bath meals shall be of kosher for Passover meals. If this
procedure is followed, then the following is in order:
On Friday evening for the "iechem mishna" for which
we usually use two challahs. one shall use two EGG MAT-
ZOTH. The blessing recited on the Matzoh is Hamotsi. At
least ONE entire Matzoh must be consumed during the
meal in order that it shall be considered sufficient for the
Bii-chas Hamazon, the Grace after meal.
Sabbath morning the entire meal is made of Passover
food cooked and served in Passover dishes. NO REGULAR
MATZOH IS PERMITTED DURING THE ENTIRE DAY.
The Seudah Sh.lishit. or the third meal, consists only
of fruits and tea. Those who insist fhat they want to eat a
chametz meal on the Sabbath may do so if they are pre-
pared to use utmost caution, and can dispose of the left-
over chametz without the violation of the Sabbath.
The meals on Friday night and Saturday morning are
to be prepared as Passover meals. They should be served
on paper tablecloths and disposable dishes and utensils.
This holds true only if chametz is used. The customary way
is to use Egg Matzos. so that no problem exists as far as
chametz is concerned.
Following the meal, the tablecloth and all utensils
should be placed in a bag and disposed of. Care should be
taken not to violate the Sabbath laws. On Saturday morning
if chametz is used, it must not be eaten after 9:30 a.m.
As an additional service, the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami will hold a passover seminar for thepublic
Wednesday at 11:00 a.m., at the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion building, 4200 Biscayne Blvd., according to Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, director of Chaplaincy of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, and executive vice president of the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation. At the seminar explanations will be given as to prepara-
tions for Passover, and the traditions concerning the conducting
of a Seder.

Obviously pleased with the semiannual Temple Emanu-El
dinner and dance held in the Friedland Ballroom March 10
are these leaders of the Miami Beach synagogue W tott
State Rep. Ted Cohen. Jack S. Popick, Leonard Zdbert and
State Rep. Paul Steinberg. They helped complete p cms for
the April 20 dinner and dance in the Diplomat Hotel honor-
ing Dr. Irving Lehman on his 30th anniversary as rabbi of
Temple Emanu-Q.
ejrewii]h
HtJim
Miami, Florida Friday, March 15, 1974
Sector a
Arab Attackers of Israel Got
Large Amounts of U.S. Aid
By JOSEPH POI.AKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA1
The eleven Arab countries that
joined in the Vom Kippur War
against Israel received S8.952 bil-
lion in assistance from the U.S.
^owrnnwnt and American oil
companies in the six years before
the conflict, according to Rep.
Clarence D. Long (D., Md.).
This amount Long says In
statements prepared for presen-
tation to the Congress, is almost
two and one half times the es-
timated $3.7 billion the military
and economic aid that the Soviet
Union gave the Arab states and
more than four times the U.S.
government's credits and gifts
totaling $2 billion to Israel in
the U.S. fiscal years 1968-73 that
ended last June 30.
LONG, however, believes that
his estimate of Soviet military
aid to the Arab countries "is
probably low" since he used as
a base the" annual average of
Arab imports from 1968-71 and
Soviet arms supplies 'increased
substantially in 1972 and 1973
as the Arabs prepared for the
October 1973 war," he said.
Long, who holds a Princeton
doctorate in economics and is a
leading member of several Con-
gressional economic committees,
compiled the data to support a
series of three resolutions he
has offered to Congress.
THESE RECOMMEND a So-
viet-American conference that
would design limits on the flow
of arms to the Middle East, deny
U.S. government economic assist-
ance to the Soviet Union ur.
agrees to coopeiate for the el
nation of international tens
particularly in the Middle East
and to curb the system thai i-
ables oil companies to pay I
into the Arab treasuries and then
deduct them dollar for dollar
from their taxes to the U.S.
Treasury.
Long estimated that the 1
companies' credits for taxes in
the six years totaled $5.7 bill: > i.
Tie Congressman called these
credits invisible foreign aid" and
charged that "it is probable that
the United States encouraged"
massive investments by Amer-
ican companies in the Arab oil
countries "by helping the Arabs
write appropriate tax laws."
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"jenist fhrkfktr
Friday, March 15, 1974
I

Joey Adams To Entertain
At Skv Lake Bonds Dinner
Passover Seders At Fontainehleau April 6 and 7
Joey Adam-:, star of stage.
screen and niyht clubs, will be the
special guest a: ti.e Sky liake
Country Club Israel Dinner of
State Sunday.
Adams, forau r presidi nt of the
American Guild of Variety Artists,
l,:. servt d as > "g od ill" : bi sador for the nited States to
is also a< hieved
111 ognition in !-'. ael for his .s >rv-
mobili; foi thai
C( untry.
With a putation as
;, nun
ha w i ittt n a number of best
in b iok : "From
to Riches," "Joey Adams Joke
is starred in
si own, :
,. i and Th i." and
-U. il ;i
ai
'..' : and hu
i n work inciud seivici
foul Xi *
i ; lii :i as
of tl e Vear" I
ol Dimes and {';> Police
i f IS York, "Tro
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>IOY ADAMS
V ft n tl
Ami
nua SI I .
!. vi t is Irving Jaffi
I bi the I
?tate i \
erring a
-in.
The traditionai Passover serv.
Ices in the Grand Ballroom of the
r-ontaineblsau Hotel Saturday and
Sunday nights April 6 and 7. will
i open to the public, it has been
jnnounci d
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz oi
Temple Menorah. Miami
vili tonduet the Sed. r Reserva-
-on may > made by contacting
the Catering Office Of the hotel,
The Seder will be completely
Kosher.
In an 0P*n invitation to '
nts of Greater Miami, R
tbramov it* stal d: "G4eb nl ng
,. i-h-mv >r 5ed for
ipturing the traditional h
Track Weathers Shortages
We ithering -' 's ol
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.. I Charles Schv b .
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IT throu:! i b 4.
our faith i" the warm and com-
forting irit of our family and
friends, in the magnificent and
elegant surroundings of the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel, we shall recreate
he family like spi it it the Seder
:n TneveMe be-fo-gotten spiriraw*
and social experience.
T know t,ia: the Pontalcbleau
Motel l spare nothing to make
the Sedei and I r a glorl
ous affair. Our cantor, Nico
man, who serve I first
the Israel Opera Company, will
chant the s n Ice, The choir ill
ound out the Si der with the:;
uces of tra-
' j an! and I iraeli ra >i-
Wholesale Distr"ii.itors of"
JWY Post. Auxiliary 681
Installing New Officers
A jo nl install ttion of tie Jew-
ish '' ar \'i ti rani Posl and I
Aux liarj 681 of Hialeah and Mi-
am Sprit ivill take place Sat-
at t* p.m., at Temple Tif-
i th Jacob. Hialeah.
C rrmander \l Jav P. -rlin r I
the Department of Florida. JWV,
w 11 be in-tailing officer for the
I I and will induct Frank Kersh
n- r, command' r: Te I Moh '
vice commander, and Richard
K ein, junior vice commar :
Pa P.- artment ol Fl iri la \va
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lliary pr ; -nl Kay Lin
' Eva DeYoung, president;
Bhrlich, senior sident;
Diana Davis, junior vice president;
Ann .V.\'i;:. lvasurer; Ze.dj
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S teila Soskel, chapl tin
Lillian Matt, patriotic Instructor:
Sydel Levitch, conductress; Pauline
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Mayor Milan ler will pres I
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Friday,. March 15, 1974
Mewfaft nt*kM
Pane 3-B
Jerusalem Great Synagogue
Honoring Founder Members
The Jerusalem Great Synagogue
first major synagogue to !>. built
in Israel since the founding o'
the state la 1948, will hon
founder men bers in Ui! I n it< -
Miami arc;1 ;,i ,-i reception Tues-
day evening in the 1 i Roc Ho-
lei, according to Mortimer May,
chaii man.
Founder rs to be hon-
ored include Jack ai '
Bi 1/. Philip .-.Del Sarah Bi Iz, Bel
I :;..! I ition, Mrs. Fl >r-
e C.
Broad, Mr. and Mrs Jerrold F.
<; lodman, Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer
. Ratner Miller bhafran Four).
ion, and Mix. Ruth Yablick
Schaffzin.
Joining in the evening's fe ii\i-
t>es will be Morris Lapidus, Miami
architec and communal leader.
who will present a painting to I
the Jerusalem Great Synagogue.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Maur-
ice A. Jaffe, chairman of the syn-
agogue, who is arriving from Is-
i ae] to be present at the recep-
tion Dr. .laffc also serves as exec-
utive vice chairman of Hechal
Shlomo, and president of the
Union of Israel Synagogues.
The Jerusalem Great Synagogue,
project of Hechal Shlomo, Is- I
Kiel's religious center and seat
of the Chief Rabbinate, is pres-
ently under construction in Jeru
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MORTIMER MAY
alem. The synagogue will consist
of a 2.200 seat sanctuary over-
looking the Western Wall, com-
munity facilities and a Judaica
museum, with the sanctuary and
adjacent reception halls to be
"-d for state functions in addi
tion to services.
Honorary chairmen are Rabbis
Mayer Abramowitz. Leon Kron-
ish, David Lehrfield, Irving Lchr-
man, Mordecai Shapiro, and Tibor
II. Stern.
Reservations for the reception
may be made by eon'.f'ting Mr.
May or Mrs. David A, Phillips.
Ben Clein Presents Award
To Alvin Rose For Service
At the installation of offici rs of
the Jewish War Veterans, South
Dade Post 778. March 9, outgoing
Mvin Rose, senior vice command-
v. Arnold Novins and Charles Si-
ion. junior vice commanders:
Sen Clein, Trustee; Sol \dyr.
quartermaster; Richard White,
adjutant, and Gary Garbis, judge
advocate.
Tile post meets the second Mon-
day of each month at the Dade
Federal, 10380 So. Dixie Hwy.
In charge of installation for the
post was State Commander M. Jay
Berliner.
WC Histadrut
Israel Report
Brunch Sunday
The Workmen's Circle Division
of Histadrut will hold its first
animal Israel Report brunch Sun-
day at the Versailles Hotel.
Phil Weiner, president of the
' ion. announced that Stephen
.1 Remsen, Southern Regional Di-
rector of the Workmen's Circle,
^nil adjunct professor at Florida
international University, will
mi "A Golden Record" in
njunction with the 50th Anni-
versary of the Israel Histadrut
Campaign in the United staes.
Also on the program will be a
newly arrived visitor, Yeshayahu
Wiam, number ol the editorial
board 0I "Maariv," who has been
i military correspondent for the
past 26 years. He will report on
the Yom Kippur War and current
events in the State of Israel.
A musical program featuring
the Three Generations, a singing
family, will be included in the
program.
Max Gleiberman, regional sec-
retary for Workmen's Circle and
member of the Israel Histadrut
executive board, announced that
tickets are available at the Work-
men's Circle office, 311 Lincoln
Kd., or the Histadrut office, 420
Lincoln Rd.
Rape Victims May Call For
Aid From Jackson Hospital
Jackson Memorial Hospital's
liape Treatment Center will come
to the aid of victims of si
assault if they call 325-RAPE
(325-7273).
Professional, sensitive hospital
personnel answer the rape line 24
hours daily and the center will
render aid in any way it can. Call
123 RAPE for assistance.
Barton Goldberg, Harvey Rnviii,
Howard Katzen To Be Honored
Three outstanding citizens wil
be honored ;it the Miami i:
Civic League's 39th annual instal
Ution and scholarship fund lunch-
eon to be held at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel Sunday, March 24. at
noon.
Honorecs are Barton S, G ild
berg, president of Jefferson Na-
tional Bank, voted 'The Outstand-
ing Civic Leader of 11- \
Harvey Riuvin, County Commit
sioner. who will receive a jpecia
award for "Public Service to Mi-
ami Reach." and II iward K
c tired insurance execut vie, se
Irctcd as "The civic leaguer of
the year." Each of the award re-
cipients will receive a commem-
orative plaque during the cn re
monies.
Officers to be installed are H.il
Spaet, president; Alan Mi
Davis L. Station and Harold Ros
en, vice presidents; George Whit-1 arship fund in 1965, the
'icy, secretary, and Sol Roth treas- League has awarded 106 sc
urer. hips, expending some $50,
Hi
BARTON S. GOlDBfffG
Since the inception ol the -t
490.
BIN CLtIN and ALVIN ROSE
Commander Ben Clein presented
fa 'Certificate for Outstanding
Service" to Ah in Rose, state re-
[cruiting officer, and a member of
the post, for his work in bringing
>in new member.-, making the or-
Igamzation a Blue Ribbon Post for
the year.
Abe Eisenman. newly elected
commander, was presented with a
gavel which Clein had purchased
ffn Israel. Also sworn in were
Lehrman To Receive Award
From Diabetes Foundation
Congressman William Lehman
will receive an .award IHiesday
from the Juvenile Diabetes Foun- i
dation for his tireless efforts in
support of legislative action to
fund diabetes research.
Dr. David Kipnis. chairman of
, the Departmenl of Medicine at
| Washington University, St. Louis.
will speak on "Trends in Diabetes
Research" following the award at
I the 8 p.m. general meeting of the
Juvenile Diabetes Foundation
I .IDF) in the 8th floor auditorium
of the Mailman Center for Child
I Development, 1610 NW 12th Ave.
' The public is invited to attend.
BBW Triennial Confab
Talk On 'Jewish History'
Some 800 representatives ol
3'nai B'rith Women from thi
United States, Canada, Israel
Great Britain, Ireland, France,
Sweden and South America will |
gather for the BBW International
triennial Convention to be held
it the Fairmont Hotel, Dallas
Tex.. Sunday through Thursday,
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Friday, March 11
B'nai BYith Passover Festival
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Schenker Main Speaker At
Sunday's Aliyah Conference
Avn
i tmeni of H
II tion) of the
v to tion, will
b principi'
i't n [sirs 1 Aliyah (1 nmig ati in)
Conference.
The conclave, sponsored by the
American Zionist Federation and
the Israel Aliyah Center in co-
operation with the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, wi.'i be held
from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the
Federation Building, 4200 Bis-
cayne Blvd.
Workshop session* will follow
Schenker's presentation, a high-
light of a worldwide observance of
A yah Month sponsored by the
Jewish Agency of Israel, of which
Schenker i< a member of the exec-
utive committee.
Mrs. Milton Green, president of
the South Florida Zioni-t Federa-
tion and national vice president of
the American Zionist Federation,
is coordinating the om-day con-
l- nee.
Admission is free and open to
the general public, but advance
reservations are required. Com-
plimentary box lunches will be
served. The meetings are in-
ttr.ded to present th opportuni-
i ii new residents of Israel,
h ha. reinteusified its cam-
paign for Aliyah since the Yen:
Kippur War, particularl) among
J< ws from the Unit d states and
other Western nati
SchenkT, bo; n in Brooklyn in
Ifilt' Has served in his pn
- hi since i968. after b
been a Deputy Member of the
-:. A e'ey Executive since
lf*55. He is former national chair-
man of Americans for Progressive
Israel-Hashomer Hal/air, one of
the constituent bodies of the
Vmertcan v. x\\A Federation
he umbrella agency of all Zionist
irganb.itions in the United States,
ncluding Eiadassah, Pioneer Wom-
>n, Mizrachi, Zionist Organization
if America, B'nal Zion, American
Vwi-h League for Israel and tlic
,abor Zionist Alliance.
Schenker was elected national
v president of the American
!:or-i;i Ken. ration 10 year- a80.
a- b?cn chairman of the editorial
oard of "Isi ael Hori i ms,' a
nonth'o j mrnal. and i a veteran
if the l' s. a ury during World
Var II.
!; ei vat ions may be made at
he offices of the Israel Aliyah
in th Ainsl*! Building or
>t the American Zionist Federa-
'ion in the i>0> Lincoln Road
* i'.!; Miimi Beach.
RABBI AND MRS DAVID LtHRrHLO
Kneseth Israel Testimonial
Honor? Rahbi, Mrs, Lehrfield
[srael C i
will honor Ri
Lehrfield at a
March 24 .
I ... :,v .i his 13
years ol to the cou
I .
Dr. : I was born in Chi-
tion, both .-< cular and He-
i, ew He reci ived his B ichelor i>f
Science degree from N<
University, and at the sanw lime
received his ordination from the
Hebrew Theological College of
Chicago.
After Rabbi Lehrfield assumed
the pulpit at Kneseth Israel Con-
gregation, he continued his edu-
cation both in the secular area as
well as the religiou. area, receiv-
ing advanced degrees in Hebrew
literature from the Israel Torah
Research In-titute as v.ell as an
advanced degree in Rabbinic Law.
Dr. Lehrfield is on the- board of
both the Hebrew Academy and
the Mesivta of Greater Miami. He
is the former president of the
Mizrachi of Greater Miami and the
present president of the Orthodox
Rabbinical Council. In 1972. Rabbi
Lehrfield received the coveted
Shalom Award from the State of
. -' irk
the State of Israel.
Dr, Lehr ield is a nt on
taff of thi I ida In.'erpa-
m adjunct
n Ju ca Hi- wl
the former Miriam Ei<'!.
, tht> chief Grth
St Louis community.
Brim-(ireat Taste
Without Caffein
Diicovoi' the marvelous, mellow
H im'a rich < 'olon bii n
. ins.
i that much talked-about
new c pe f 101
: ted to iy i; cur
: i re! riv; of the
affein in Brim has been rcmo
iiid you can drink all the Brim
toffee you want, without losing
iny sleep.
You ean serve Brim to your
amily and guests all during Pass
ver, with complete equanimity.
They'll all delight in Brim's de
ic oiis taste ... its satisfying full-
lOdied aroma. (They'll never sus-
.eet it's decaffeinated coffee.)
Brim is available in an instant
ersiitn, too Either way, with
iriio you are always assured a
ood night's sleep.
Enjoy Brim this Passover, won't
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Rep. Ted Cohen
In JWY Post
Ainslee R. Ferdie. nation.-,
ommande'r of the Jewish Wat
Veterans, has announced the ap-
ointment of state Representative
Ted Cohen as national deputy
lative officer.
Cohen, a member of Miami
P ist 330, has been a JWV
lemb r for five year?. In hi- ca
aeity as a Slate Legisial >r. he
ll] i -; m ."i d a bil to es-
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The docui ents of appointment
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Friday, March 15. 1974

Joseph Murray (right) past president of Coral Gables Lodge
No. 1682. B'nai B'rith, presented the lodge's "Outstanding
Officer of the Year" award to Coral Gables Officer James H.
Butler at the annual installation dinner held by the Fraternal
Order of Police.
BONNIE KM BUTE
Bonnie J. Blate
EdwardK.Nankin
Plan To Marry
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blate. 490
We. Campana. Coral Gables, are
mnouncing the engagement of
heir daughter, Bonnie Jean, to
Sdward Keith Nankin, son of Mr.
id Mrs. Franklin J. Nankin, 1000
J8th St., Surfside.
A graduate of Coral Gables
ligh School, the future bride was
i member of Junior Girls Service
.Tlub. She is presently attending
.he University of South Florida.
..here she will receive her degree
n education in December.
Mr. Nankin is a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School, where he
eceived a Degree of Excellence
.'rom the National Forensic
League. Presently enrolled at the
University of South Florida, he
,vill graduate in June with a B.A.
legree in marketing.
Mrs. Sampson Sholes, (left) president of the Greater Miami
chapter of the Brandeis University National Women's Com
mittee, extends greetings to Mrs. Solomon Stern, national
president, on her recent visit here from Boston, while Mrs.
Herman Leeks looks on. Mrs. Stern was honored at a sherry
hour at Seacoast Towers South, where she brought per-
sonal news of Brandeis University in Waltham, Mass., to
the large membership attending in her honor.
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The baking of Shmura Matzo was held on Feb. 26, with the
attendance of the Board of Rabbis and the officers of the
company present. Immediately after the baking Rabbi
Siegal handed the Kashduth Certificate to Bernard Mani-
schewitz, president of The B. Manischewitz Co. From left to
light are Rabbi Emanuel Gettinger of New York City. Wm.
B. Manischewitz, Rabbi Chaim Karlinsky of Brooklyn. Rabbi
N. Riff, guest who was a member of the V>ard and is now
residing in Israel, and Robert Starr, executive vice presi-
dent.
'Instant' Matzoh Balls Are Quick
And Easy For Hurried Housewife
There's so much to do during
Passover, lots of young housewives
tnjoy exploring faster ways of
making traditional dishes but
with no sacrifice on ta'am!
So here's a good recipe for
quickie matzoh balls without
which a Seder chicken soup is
simply incomplete. Also, you don't
have to leave them in the refrige-
rator an hour, as some recipes re-
luive to leave them in the refrig-
Actually. these varieties usually
handled.
And they taste better as well,
since they're made with Diamond
Crystal salt. Because Diamond
i .-.; is different from other
Each tiny crystal has dia-
i -iike facets that actually
to food, strengthening the
I.......
Yes, Diamond Crystal is the se-
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INSTANT MATZOH BALLS
3 eggs, separated
% cup matzoh meal
1 tsp. Diamond Crystal Salt
'/i tsp. pepper
\'fc tblsp. melted schmalz
Beat egg yolks till light yellow.
Fold in egg whites, beaten until
Stiff. Fold in matzoh meal, salt
and pepper. Stir in melted
srhmalz. Let stand 5 minutes.
Drop one tablesspoonful at a
time into rapidly boiling soup.
Cook for 15 minutes. Spoon out
one ball and test to see if it's
cooked enough. If not, let them
cook 5 minutes longer.
This recipe should be enough
for eight unless they're matzoh-
ball hazars. (So double the re-
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who has an artificial leg. Byror
k an excellent competitor and
the game. The club expect'-
< mnletion of its six new courts
this month, which will give the
m< fibers 21 courts in all.
<5r V &
Mrs. Janet Friedman is reeup
erating at the home of her daugh |
ter. Mrs. Brrnie ("Roz") Sutta.
1335 Sorolla Ave., Coral Gables
following hospitalization for
surgery due to a fall. After many
years of service with Metropoli
tan Dade County, Bernie retired
in December.
ft ft ft
Lowe-Levinson Gallery is cur-
rently presenting an exhibition
of paintings and graphics by art
ist Reyna Youngerman. The work
consists mainly of paintings of
Israel and the Jewish quarter of
Toledo. Spain. It will remain
through March 17 at Temple Beth
Sholom. Mrs. Youngerman was
the first chairman of the City
of Miami Beach Music & Fine
Arts Board, holding this office
for two years during which time
she chaired the notable Festi-
val of Arts at the Roney Plaza
She and her Committee were al
so responsible for bringing to the
attention of the city fathers the
necessity of making the Bass Mu-
seum a viable and accredited mu-
seum which now will be aecom
plished. For this and other activi-
ties she was nominated as out-
standing Dade citizen for her civ-
ic as well as her cultural contri-
butions.
Pierre Mande,
Violinist, In
Mar. 23 Concert
A free CTicert will be held Sal
irday. March 23. at 7 p.m. in th"
tiami Beach Auditorium. The mu-
sical is sponsored as a community
ervice bv the Miami Beach Cu!
tural Society. Allen A. Dwnrki-
dircctor. and the City of Miami
Beach Tourist Development Au
ihority.
A group of violin selections wi'J
he presented by Pierre Mande ac
companicd at the piano by Esther
Hildebrand. Mande and his orches
tra have performed throughout
Florida to great critical acclaim.
The concert will include selec
tions from Broadway shows and
folk songs featuring soloists Ve
ronica Fuchs. Frances Turner. Iris
Lane and David Boone.
Doors will open at 6 p.m.
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LOIS SAYS:
PASSOVER SEDERS
Parents, Friends and their Families are Cordially Invited
to attend the
South Dade Hebrew Academy's Passover Seders
8500 S.W. 8th Street
Y.M.H.A. GRAND BALLROOM
On April 6th and 7th
Adults $20 One Night $36 Two Night*
Children 3 to 13 $10 One Night $18 Two Nights
For Information Call 264-5291 or 264-5292
8:30 to 3:30 Monday Through Friday
Howard I. Hirschfield, a Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation
leader and a member of the
1974 Campaign Steering Com-
mittee for the United Jewish
Appeal, has been elected as
vice chairman cf the board of
:he Hillel Foundation of the Uni-
versity of Miami. A board mem-
ber for the past three years, Mr.
Hirschfield has been instrumen-
tal in expanding Hillel activi-
ties to Miami-Dade Community
College and Florida Interna-
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Friday. March 15, 1974

Bar Mitzvah
Brenila Weiss Susan Hyman
BRENDA WEISS
Brcnda. daughter of Mr. and
M A berl Weiss "ill become a
I Mitzvah, Friday evening Mar.
II .: Temple Menorah.
Brenda i a seventh grade stu-
(!. ..: North Miami Junior High
.'. .
celebrant will be honored
a! .. reception octal hail
o! n pie Menorah following
sei
B1I.I, DIAMOND
nin si r\ ici s M ir
ii Or 0 ora will include
I Mitzvj f Bill H.. i
M ii Mrs. Gil Diamond, 78i,u
SW 18:h Terr.
the si venth .grade a;
\
a
cl s at T
fi
of
urday evi g ina
A: I :;,!-
I Is, Mr and tfr Joseph Dia
mond and Mrs. I
M] Mrs Arnold Staloff and
ls I y. Mr. and Mr
Ben Staloff of Boston and Mr. and
Mrs. M. Jurkowitz of California.
it
MOW LORBER
1 Way evening, March 15. at
8:15 p.m.. in the main sanctuary
u) Temple Ner Tamid, Mona Sue,
i1 ler o: Mr. and Mrs. Earl
l r. will be Bat Mitzvah.
ana attends Nautilus Junior
High School and Ner Tamid Kill-
School, and ij ten -<.t of
tbt Ner Tamid Junior Choir.
A party in Mona's honor will
'" leld .n he fa
e
' rents Mr. and
'
i: I uncle. Mr. and
" of
Brian Sucher
V
Bill Diamond
CHARLES BRETAN
Charles Paul, son of Mr. and
Irs. Herman l Broian, 13170 SW
i Ave., ill celebrate his Bar
(itzvah during Saturday morning
. vices al Beth David Congrega-
."ii March 16.
The Bar Mitzvah is In the seve-
nth grade at Horizon School and
H biew grade of Haj Yi>\
t Bath David Religious School
hich he iiaj attended for seven
i ars.
Mr. and Mrs. Bretan will host a
..- King's Baj C untrj
:.ub in thi Lmong
ue t- will b Char! m th-
r, M >. Nina Davis imi.
HENRY RAND
Mrs
S 1 7th
n hoi h at s ,
. m it
th Tov,
R kwa)
Javier Helix
Film 'Kazablan'
Benefit Showing
For AJCongress
A special benefit showing of
he new Israeli musical motioi
licture "Kazablan," sponsored b>
'.he American Jewish Congress foi
he benefit of the Louise Water
>:an Wise Hostel in Jerusalem
vas held last Thursday evening
.1 the Hallandale Theatre.
Mrs. Mildred Berlin was chair
nan for the benefit and serving
th her were Carlos Feldman,
ochairman, Jerry Canton and (jus
Steinberg.
"Kazablan," which will have a
. *t the Hallandale
"heatre m w month, was fi'med
'i color by Metro Goldwt n Ml
't combines the b of "West
ide Story" and "Fiddlw en the
toof" and features a modern love
tory with .. musical score i
i n choi o | aphy.
HICH IN THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS
B:othr-Si*ter cornpi completely seporote facilities 2 lobes 2
pool. 20 liglitecl tennis courts 3-60 x 1 20 rec. halls.
GREAT TENNIS DEPARTMENT
Boll Mci .lune practice walls instant replay TV
CAMP COMET lor boys CAMP WOS.ELO for girls
RD4 WAYNESBORO. PA. 17268
8 Weeks only June 23 August I 8
Fuday Nnjhl Services Observed
0med n.t oporjlel bj i Kiimi Famil/ line* 1329
Co" or writt hr information:
MORGAN I. LEVY. DIRECTOR 264-6389
1531 S.W. 82nd Court, Miami, Fla. 33144
STAFF INQUIRIES INVITED. MIN. AGE 19
BASEBALL CAMP-Aug. 19-26 Boys, Aug. 26-31 Girls
TENNIS ANYTIME for Adults Families-Group,
May 1-June 16
3 TENNIS CLINICS August 19-Sept. 2,
Karol Fageros, Pro.
enmp ocHiiii
For Boys & Girls 6-16
A CAMPING PARADISE IN THE HEART
OF THE POLLEN FREE, COOL HILLS
LAKES OF OCALA NATIONAL FOREST
LAKE COUNTY, FLORIDA
All Land and Water Sports Waterskiing and Riding Daily
Pro Golf and Tennis Arts and Crafts Killing. Scuba
Trips by Canoe Horseback Riding Special Teen Program
Reading and Math Clinics Traditional Friday & Sabbath
Services Bar Mitzvah Lessons All Dietary Laws Observed
M.D. & 2 R.N.'s Staff our Modern Infirmary at ALL Times.
Accredited Member American Camping Association
uni High Sch
Hemy will be honored at
.option to be held Sunday.
a re
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vah on Sal
'>
' n in the 1
.Ir. and Mrs.
DOUGLAS POMERASTZ
The Bar Mitzvah of Douglas
Pomerantz will be celebrated dur-
turday morning services at
leih Torah 0 ion March
c.
The celebrant, son of Alan
Pomerantz and Francine Martinez.
i i mth Ie at John
F. Kennedy Junior High S
' ve ;:, the Litl
Optimist football and basl
ts of t cell ant will
h in his

'. i Mrs
Yaffil Hadassah Meets
fa Group ol Hadassah will
'".old its regular meeting at 12:30
. .m. Tuesday at the Washington
Federal, 633 NE 167 SI R :
ments will he served. Mrs. Max
Soldberg is president of the
croup.
B
Your Camp Directors:
COACH J.I. MONTGOMERY
MORRIS & SHEILA WALDMAN
Miami Beach Phone: 305-532-3152 or Write-
P. O. Box 40-2888, Miam. Beach, Florida 33140
I SIGN bP NOW *
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School,
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80 miles north of ATLANTA amid the Appalachian Mountains offi
children an unforgetable experience in Jewish Living.....Over 50 years of
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Veterans Israeli Mission
.
cutive year
81 SAN HYMAN
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in the H
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II be he-
at the On- ,he
e and also at a dinner Sat-
urday evening at the Seville Hotel
,.'" ;it1, wili b ..re,:- Mrs
A!ec Hyman. and Mr. an,:
Abraham Rosner: Mr. and Mm
Louis Brint, Mr. and Mr
Rosenborg Mrs, Min
Activities include:
Arts & Crafts .
Newspaper ....
Water Skiing .
Land Sports .
Photography.....Horseback -: di g .
Amateur Radio.....Nature Study
. Camp Craft.....Tennis.....S
Canoeing.....Folk Dancing .... U
Ceramics.....Hebrew.....Dietary Laws ol
Forkids8-16......Pee $475.00 (includes transports
For FREE descriptive brochure
:

I
hi f i Israel, The
hi
mmander, '
rrive in I rael on March 25
loril 1
. Charles
Rubinstein.
U Ruth Hyman and Mrs. D:,ve
Hoflmtn, f.om New lew*. A
jj ,Shi,ley Hirrone^"
York.
from
AQUARIUS
S.L Corner Penthouse Saper De-
luxe apartment with 2322 Sq. Ft.
fvorythino plush, completely car-
peterf $1)6,000. Call Doug
Brtylet, Attoe.,
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''altars 1-563-6326
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Welfare Board & the
Fodoi
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; Hew Accepting
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12401 S.W. 102nd Avenue
Miami, Florida 33156 Phone: 235-4051


Rossmoor Comp lex Security
Is Almost Mind-Boggling
m
The attention to security at
Rossmoor Coconut Creek, 'he
ter-plannecl ;u!i; m now
under develo.niHin n ir )', npano
rh, is al i mind-fa
..nd, .if V:c ii:clivi!i.<: h.i
I lovide it lum- I;". .. v. u.d nut
only bbggio the mind it
ten the wall* t.
Security i- one of the most care-
fully thought-out features of the
total environment coirmunit>
Painstakin i-idera-
tion is givm all aspe
ity. aci u ',);..- i-,;
executiv,
"We can build the t
dencei :i the world. aiv-> h-ir
owners -uperb lecitai: ik.1
ties awl all the amenitii but
if they u m't feel i i ure, it
all bfconus pointless. So." says
k Carter, vice president and project
administrator, "we're doing all we
can to in ;kl' -ure they're REALLY
ecure
Rossmo.n's most obvious secur-
ity feature will be a 6"-high l< c i
I
:t .-a- r mn<....., I .. n ire adult '
The wall, of c etc I
stucco construction, ... b an
ni men) [ tioi
Hire of the project. It will h
wrought iron \
i | i asters with imported
. tiie p ii nd I
ii ichi l II, which will fol-
i i .:.. ni
.. I : to
ns Ri ad -.' rt, to Sunshine
nut
Park'.va; u pri-
> property on the north.
e b if al
a h ''' the two arched cs] u
ming the entry-v ay. B
u '. the
k by uniforn e 1 e ty at-
tendant ^rimissi in will be by in-
vitation-identi ication only Invita-
tions will be checked out with the
di nl bi f ire visil
I be admitted to the grounds
Th" -i eets v ill be private, with
I embers of Beth Tc u regaticn wi
c behalf of ths Greal Miami Jewish Fed
in's 1974 ( h Appeal-Israel Fine:
ie me .ii Torah's Ambassad
r 1973 1974: Mr. and Mrs. Ado'- .
Mei Formani Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gruder, Mi. and Mrs.
Mel Ktrlzmer, Mr. end Mrs Norman Kunken, Or. a;
Malcolm Mc-is:er, Mr. and Mrs. Dona! id Mr '
Mrs. Ccrl Zwerner, who will speak about their latest fact
finding trip to Israel. Helping to coordinate the event are
(left to right) Sy Rcsen, president cf Beth Torah and ch
man of the day; Mel Zuckerman. honorary chairman,
Arthui Siegel, honorary cochairman of Beth Torah; and
Rabbi Max Lipschitz, spiritual leader at Beth Torch.
Financial Federal Donates
usic Showcase Prize Money
urtty patrols throua*v
o.i ;-. inity.
>st Innovative and
its oi th . th "Monitor 6"
home :ommunication
: lis is a computerlzi d
centi I ci mmunication sy-' m
i (able to
rill hi i 26-chan-
-.. ble T\ api bilit;. plus fir-'.
u encj ala m sys
atored ev
: nd nl I
The I has buil
. >nsor thai automatic
en temp raturc
an alarm
nti i
11 :.. di
An alert thi
household to the emergency.
rei lence will be wired
tor an electronic inu*ion detec-
or. When activated, t!.e detectoi
will respond to any movement ir
isor area, I ashing signal- to
nter, si curity cen
nd appropi iate emer
resemblinj
ay, fla ..'.;' i an
ir.enti i mon house
I be a ilabie I \
intruders
. ay for an>
I
. > assistance al
es i b( Iro
wil tivati v puil-typf
accii
'. h :i pulled, ni: all-
ds in the
.":
;. i i from th* com
mei
An >- will b
an
I rii t
the p v
mi dii il hist r
nurse
I
' id
We try,' "to kt he n tiu i the emergency so >n
Ie The Monitor 6's
vitally inipor-
;- why we're in I
it."
T
'inancial Federal Savings and
in Association, .Miami Beach,
has announced that it will offer
jfl $5,00ii in music scholarshipsdou-
ble the amount awarded last year
I in its 19"4 -Music Showcase
igram.
ilton Weiss, president, said the
Kponse to 1973's initial competi- ,
Kn from both musicins and resi-1
Kits of the community was so i
fcrwhelming that the associa-
jn's board of directors had voted
T double the scholarship funds
year.
The four finalists chosen in the
^74 Music Showcase program will
fcceive grants of $500 each. The
ur will then participate in a
jblic conceit, with the winner
eceiving an additional S2.000, and.
he runnerup Z". auciltional Si.000.
thus the winner will receive a
otal of $2,500 in scholarships, the
unnerup $1,500 and the remain-
two finalists $500 each. Weiss
aid.
The competition was begun last
year in cooperation with the Sen-
ior Symphony of Miami as a means
lot providing exposure and finan-
cial support to deserving young
[music students, as well as offering
cultural events for community
[residents at no cost.
"Last year's competition drew
more than three dozen young
musicians for auditions from as
far away as Philadelphia and New
York." Weiss said. "We feel that
With the increased scholarships be-
ing offered, we will be able to
make this a truly national com-
petition.
"The final competition was at-
tended by some 3,000 community
residents, providing us with proof
positive that there is a strong
interest in serious music in South
Florida," he said. 'As a concerned
member of this community, we at
Financial Federal are happy to be
able to provide this cultural event
on an annual basis."
Weiss said that competition will
again be divided into the cate-
gories of voice, piano, strings and ;
wind'brass. Instrumentalists must
in 23 years old or less, while ]
vocalists must be 27 years old or
tess.
Music students wishing to par-
ticipate in the 1974 competition
should write for an application to
Music Showcase. Public Relations
Dept.. Financial Federal Savings
and Loan Association, 401 Lincoln
Rd.. Miami Beach, Fla. 33139.
The 1973 competition was won
by Miss Marilyn Maingart. a
llautist currently studying at the
Philadelphia Music Academy. Run-
nerup was pianist Ian Shapinsky,
a former student at the Juilliard
School of Music in New York.
Employer Support
Marked April 1-6
Employers In this area will b
visited by members ol the Guard
and Reserve during Employer
Support Week, April 1-6, as part
of a nationwide program to ensure
the suport of civilian employers
t>f those employees who partici
pate in the Guard and Reserve
This period has been set aside by
Deputy Secretary of Defense, Wil-
liam P. Clements, Jr.
This special effort will be con-
ducted in conjunction with a na-
tional campaign soliciting employ-
er support which was mounted a
year ago by the National Commit-
tee for Employer Support of the
Guard and Reserve, headed by
James M. Roche, former chairman
of the board of General Motprg.
Today':. Total Force for nation-
al security is represented by Ac-
tive, Guard and Reserve Forces
with the latter two accounting for
about 30 percent of the total.
However, this portion is maintain-
ed at about five percent of the
defense budget. To put it another
way, five Guardsmen.\Resei vi>ts
can be maintained for the same ;
cost as one member of the regu
lar military.
During Employer Support Week
members of the Guard and Re- j
serve in this area will be visiting
with employers to thank those
who are already committed to the
program of support and to enlist
the support of those who have not
yet been committed.
HARDER HALL
GOLF-
7th Seasc-
Sessions
start June 29.
July13. July 20.
and July 29.
7 week.
4 week, 3 week
and 2 week sessions'
We not only heio 'eens I
develop the skids that
make them more
confident on courts
or courses we
also help to make
them more secure
about themselves
Private ie hole golf
course 7 all weather tennis
courts, individual coaching, instant replay
TV top pro staffs pool and lake swimm
sailing, water skiing, discotheque .
entertainment talent shows. drati flop, movies^
bowling, driver education Trips to Disney World 1 ,
hours away Cypress Garoens Lion Country Satan
Nassau Deep Sea Fishing. Instructions m B'dge,
Chess & Backgammon. Weight Control Program,
100"o Air-Conditioned
Directors: Victor Jecobion, Abe Rifkin, Emit Unford. Jim Edgi
HARDER HALL GOLF-TENNIS CAMP
Sebring. Fla. 33870 Call Collect(813) 385-0151
HIGHLANDS: NORTH CAROLINA
camp hiQhUndeR-
A RESIDENTIAL CAMP FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
AGES 7-18 IN 2-4-5-9 WEEK SESSIONS
JUNE 15-AUGUST 18
NO ENERGY CRISIS HERE!!!
'- clren noe Dcuno'ess energy resources, aid Co^o
- gMander, :oco'ea nigh m tne Blue RidgeMocnta'P >oi
the o'og'a"ns to mee' all o' the -eeds of yojr child's energy.
Contact Mr A W Rousseau. PINE CREST SCHOOL.
1501 NE 62nd Si Ft Lauderdale Fla 33308
Phone 772-6550
DAMP
KENDALL ACADEMY INC.
A DAY CAMP FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
AGES 3-14
;, Instructional Swimming
Gymnastics
Outdoor Sports
Archery
A.i'.Snd Crafts
Horseback Riding
Miniature Golf
Hiking
Friday Evening Activity
Cookouts
Special Events
TWO SESSION*
JUNE 24-JULY 19
JULY 22-AUGUST 16
1235-49511
12401 S.W. 102 Avenue
TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE


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Friday, March 15, 1974
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOIS
NAME LAW
i,, ,-..|.> given thai ''"'
re to
l- I NOTICE
LEGAi NOTICE
Dr. David Hyatt, (center), president of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews receives the 1974 John F.
Kennedy Brotherhood Award of the Jewish War Veterans
< the U.S., New York County Council, "for his dedication
and idealism in inter-faith work and in improving the lot
of man." M. Shephard Mahler Oeft), commander of the New
York County Council, presents the award to Dr. Hyatt as
Benjamin Abileah. deputy counsul general of Israel, looks
on.
Temples, Synagogues Mark
Hadassah Sabbath Here
Hadassah Sabbath will b
and -: m
t,ogues
Roj al Mai cab es will also meet
.t the Financial I 755 Wash
evening mat u Monday al 7 p.m \
Purim program will be presentei
bj soloist, Ida Spitkoff, Mrs Clara
is program chairman, Mrs.
Irene Bimbaum will preside.
rthday of H
Miami Beach Chapb r of Hada
sah i; tiri'j al 10 a m
..- al the Hadassah office, 541
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;! !!(l ,'"~- '''"' '"'"' X|"',; lull.. T.iu-nrs ,.;il I. .1 I \- .'
^-~..... The Chapter book re- ^ ^^ ^u ^
rsrMo^r\sm ^u\w ess
nm ; ........ ",U,IU" 8350 Orlffli
i'."1 program by the "Melodies," led bv Dvie, Florida
7',:; Isabelle Heller, Sadye Padden and MKnT
,.e ii .-. i- .. D i.. 'S""ie neiier, >>u Sadie Shapiros knitting Book i__ i>,,,u, .... mi
.,,,.. ... Jin I'li-i'iibci';'. will be presented
liv KiiMori kiinoo! v!mitli ... ^_ .7. .
Chairperson will be Anne C.elfand
gemenl Corporation
l>y Robert Kiir.inc! Smith
Morton Towers (iroup will hold
i Youth Aliyah luncheon at the
Deauville Hotel Sunday noon. Mrs
Plaza 800 will have its Youth Ali-
yah luncheon at the Fxlen Roe Ho
Israel D. Shapiro will be guest u'' Wednesday noon. Mrs. Bmanu
......I____ v?:___ rv:______ i n ,.1 \l....- hmiIJu.1 ..r .1. w:___'
speaker Nina Diamond will pre-
sent a musical program Mrs. Toby
Schachter is chairperson.
Royal Maccabeeg Group Youth
Aliyah luncheon at the Barcelona
el Merit/, president of the Miami
Beach Chapter, will be guest
speak, r. Mrs Max Landau will pre
side.
Lincoln will have its Youth Ali
.Miami. Florida
PACKMAN & E.VGELS
Attorney ii roi Applli ants
M"i Biickell Avenue
Suite SOS
Miami p| ,rida
33131
Bj Brui Barton Packman
:: 8-15-22-29
H rtel. Sunday noon. Mrs Mum- ,.lh luncheon at the DeauviUe
man Fist former president of the
Miami Beach i will be ,''1 at noon rniirsday, March 21.
guest sp, iker Mrs. Irene Birn- Ml'v Intel 0- Shapiro, will be
baum will preside
euesl speaker.
Jewish quiz box
B) RABBI DR. SAMUEL J. POX place," i e. become a prostitute in
I .. I i.^ I I .... <-t T .1 i ........ _-l____ *.*. '
Why is iiu commandment to
procreate and continue the hu-
man specie^ chained to the male
in Jewish tradition and not to
the female?
A number of reasons are offer d
to fulfill her obligation
(Gi nesia Kabbah 8:14). To protect
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Hi. undersigned desiring to engagi In
business under th< fictitious name
ol I.a Belle Interior! at 801 N W 111th
Street, Miami 33168 Intends to re t. r
ud nami with the Clerk of thi Cir-
cuit Courl of Dade County. Floi Ida
Da ,ld li.iyiock
3/8-15-22-21
NOTICE UNDEf. FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEKEB, GIVEN that
nderslxned, desiring to angaxe
wider the rictltloua nam
I CRESPOS INTERIORS al mi
N \\ -. tii Ave .Miami, pioi Ida 33141
ntetids to register said name with
the > Ink of the Circuit Court of
Dade C unty. Florida.
i.m- i 'i esoo o""r
Rlcardo Crespo :,>'.
t/8-15-8S>M
I':,:,"tt n,d.*l?.- eS?^.S5 ra
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN rht
as the honor of the woman, it was
the male who was charged with
the obligate n.
Actually there are commentaries
........... ----------j ,. .... V ,,,,,,, |,|, ,a, j,-S
fop this. Tlie Talmud < Yebamot who claim that even thouith the
65b) tract it to the language of woman is not officially charged
the Bible where the obligation to with procreation, nevertheless she
reproduce seems to be linked with does fulfill a religious virtue by
the charge to "subdue" the earth assisting her husband in the fui-
oi nature, because the Bible fiilment of the requirement to
i rites: "iu fruitful and multiply: procreate since it could not be ac-
fill the earth and subdue it." Hence romplighed without her participa-
te Talmud deduces the conten- ,i(,n (Rabbenu Nissbn, Kiddushin I m RE: Estate of
linn that the oblintinn In nrnoro. 41ai MINNIE VANKfi
, ...........-..... '" i'iiik in iniraL'f in
pahtv "'i'm.'- "".' ,f'''''"'"' name of
PAR! ^ IMS < ARDS A; GIFTS HI
..'.: Av.tmt,-., Blvd.. North .Miami
Beach Floi Intend to rejris-
i name with the Clerk of the
' Ircult Courl of Dade County, Florida
Kurt .'. Kuzir Sd",
Amir 7. Enter M-
16-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-1096
FRANK B. COWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
lion that the obligation to |
ne is lodged with the partner
who is the more
the male.
Some claim that while the male
had to be especially charged with
41a)
Why is it that j Jewish tra-
dition the i.-slrictions on con-
traception are more severe for
Hi. male than for the female?
I deceased
To All Cri dltort and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands A*alnsl Bald
v"", i ereby notified and re-
aiilred i..,.-,. av claims and de-
mands which you mm have
biig.tion.^Vmiaew.s;*i: k^^SLSr^*2: :::r^ :!r ss^SJ^H
I idy created with a ttroni natu- is lavol.H i, P'otieate o the Clrcufi Judge* of i..,,i,. comv
ral instinct to have and desire u ,i m,alc Any st,'p mi ,' ',' duplicate
children. She thus needej :,!, o tot^ t0 p"'vcnt &???'"
(Large. In other words, the Al- his dut I K against S>untyUin^id.CouT.,J?fuf ln ^>"
- "-? '"> nu. ^sinceXmSi. tBe pro SK^ l^TSS
female w charged with a natural ducr of the actlv^rintdnl-^ '" '-,v,V "'""f- "' '" win
Kistmct wlulc the male was charg- seed, in reproduction he ha^^een m.^'a^T^^0-^ M' *
6d With a call to duty. changed with the obligation AIJ.ENKORMBMm
The Midrash is interpreted by seeing that his seedI is not de > .mi^"^"1!' ,
some to imply that charging the strayed by his own hand." Thus the r\lnn '!l'r;,h A ':'"* 8,h
woman with the obligation to ac-, male has a special re,tricUon nit SS WJSIfiSS
'ively procreate might result in to "destroy his seed in vain"; and AMor^fJr"1*^ "'^'^v.nn
her "going around in the market not to render himself sterile. ,,, 4n4
7 8 II
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF~t"-Ti7
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC ill-*
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR in ANn fop *'"*cui'
DADE COUNTY DADE COUNTV FLORIDA
p?ocbaattee srB o,NMA0hvj?"^
NOTIC1 TO CREDITORS N^,SCEENof ^^n
"?N ';,:?,.'!. '
de a-.-.l petll
' Pet Hav- ..,,,,;. '
A ''' Said BARBARA 1' HAKIM
i a ResDondenl
' '' you BARBARA P it u-M,
\ I HAKIJ
, 'l>ll*l II Till II'Ml I. ill r i j 11 r i i ,
ivhleh you may t to
u
-
default will he en ten
Kile,! DATED, th I
^ G> u
I
I .
EMAXl'RI. EVEXPON

._) riici i-i
IS VVi -

.1 <-i:
RICH VRD P RR1XKER
P.y C. P. COl \

3 i-^-;-.-:;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N< >TICE IS HI B \ GIVEN that
of r Anartmenta at 1150 ll"n'1'1
' ,,7" Earn Baj Har-
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOi.S
NAME LAW
M ITICE is HEREin i:
the undi
bUKlneBK'under the fictitious name .r
mayami si'"P'i"\\ i:.\i: cn r
.1 Hank BldR., 25 \\
Street, Suite mis. Miami 381 '.
laid name with tli.- Clerk
C -unty.
reglsti
. ... .-..-.'t ..i i..i-i ii.t. imp
i I Bay Harbor
Drive register said name
with e Clerl ( thi rirr-ult Cnrt of
iui r
\ Tavita
Tru
Rn!,- Owner
N'els !" & Idson
......s for me \ fa vita.

" <-ir.?".*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
XOTTCE 18 HEREBY ;'V|.;\ (hat
" ,;'
m -.. ..'
vTriiK RKNTA1 BTS-
'EMfS Intends tr, rea-later said ntri>
with tl f the Circuit C >ur'l f
. ,, F
RFPT'S '" RVTTCRE
rnsiPAXT I*
1 v .-' pr,
K I Portei I ... ,^
-
for A i
tS Brlckell A
3 1.S-ir.-81
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN 'hat
mr .ire '.n
'. >v lei..... ... f
" ..... v artmi at 1741.
Drlvi Bay Ifnr.
bor Islands Pli rldi 33151 Intends to
-' '1 name with the Cl.-rk of
; ull Courl of Dade Counts
Jerome a. Turk
Tin ..
fSole Owners
n. I-. ii Peldm in & l> i\i.ls,.n
Attorneys for Janus A. Ynvita,
Tru
1 '-1R.:?-?
Gt'TMAN 8KRANDE
3 1-15-21-tf
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thrjt
the underaiirned, dealrlnit to engage in
business under tho fictitious name ot
s.\M I i is KITCHEN CABINETS.
ro at 158 W 85th Street I:
Florida Intend to register said i
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court nf
1 lade I' unit. Florida
CRISTINO SAAVEDRA-i
JCAX TEJER\ .
iris h i.i.i:i:kna-l'-i~
2 22 :. I-8-1B
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
tNO PROPERTY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 74
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
CAR1 l IS CA8TI1 U l,
and
.ITI.IA i VSTILl O
'I'l J 111
i street
Cnion Clt^ v. w Ji rsey '7
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFTI
thai an ai lion for I >li solution f t
ti filed against y a tnd
ii to serve b oooy '
NOTICE UNDFR FICTlTICiUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVEN .h
the undersigi ed, di siring to em
i i me of
' R VPIES SHOE STORE and PE1 -
KTKIMA CI-R-.PIES at 'I vw- ,
2Sth Strei t. Miami. Dade. Florida in.
tends to reglstet n in. with the
' ull C. nri or Dade
( "in iv Florida
RAMON LOPEZ Interest 1009 I
a 2.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS~
____ NAME LAW
NDTICE IS HEREBY OrV'EN lh.it
thi ui derslgned, desiring .....ngage In
Al i a/.ai: FCRXITI'RE Retail Pur- I
nlture. Annlianees. Art Objects and I
Olfl 2201 Coral Way. Miami. Plor. '
t( nds to register sail name nh
i i rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
t "in ly, I- lorlda
ARMEN FURNITURE INC
2/22 1
jrou are reouin
your written defenses, if any, I
on ai 'i Ft' K< 188. attorney for Pe-
whose address i> l"i N w.
U'tli Avenue. .Miami Florida
ami file ihr original with l
the above styled murt on or
April 1-. 11-74. otherwise a 'l.-fsult
will be entt red agalnsl you
relief demanded In 'Iiu complaint
petition.
This notice shall be published once
. a.h n ei i; for four consei utive u
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the tl
nf said riiuri at .Miami. Florida on
thi- :. day of March. i"7l
RICHARD !' BRINKER
As Clerk, Cln ull i' ui I
hail. Count> Florida
Bj C P Ci >i'i:i \.\:>
As i teputj i
(Cln ull iiu Seal I
Adolfn U...-S Esaulre 1
i l N.W 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida
Attorne) for Petitioner
a '- _--oi
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
M'Tli-K is HEREBY GIVEN that
in undersigned, desiring to eng
,'.Uu,"','-v,vM; "', ""' f'clous name of
PHOENIX PARK CONDOMINR'Sl a
Miami. Dade County, Florida intends
tc register said name with the acrk
i.r tl,,. fin-uit c. jit ,,( n.|,. f,,unly
Florida.
AI.I.KX R GRBEXWALD
HARRIS .v BIRKIN, P A
Attornej for Applicant
_________ t/1-8-15-22
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-1391
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I RE Estate nf
RUSSELL ::ri.l.MA.V
I,-, ,
T.. ah Creditor! and All Persona Hav
lima or Demand* Against Bald
fou are hereby notified ami n -
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have agalnsl
the estate ol l:i ssci.i Bl'I.l \i \\
.1 late of h.Hi, i 'ountj
Ida, i" the Circuit Judges of Dade
' "<""v. ini'i file 'I" same In dupli-
cate and as provided In Section
Florida Btatutes, In their offices in
the County i ourthouse In Dade Coun-
m. ,.i r' "'' "'i"'"' ilendar
months from the urn. of the flrsi nub-
barred" '""' '"' u'" "ill be
.max n sil \i:i>.
Pln, ,.As Bhtecutor
SultH 90K AlnM,.v tti,iK
j Miami. Florida 33132
3/8-15
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 74-6114
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
I 'SCAR MATKO
ZEXAIDA MATEO
T( i / i ilda m iteo
It. si.i, n. e i nknow n
YOU ARE HEREBY N'OTTFTED
thai an action f"r Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed agalnsl you ind
you are n nun. ,i t,. serve......i of
your written defenses, if anj
.a \.i..if.i Koss, Esquire, attorney
fur petitioner, whose adlress Is 101
;, "th Avenue, Miami. Florida
MISS, and file the original with the
clerk of the above Rtyled coui
or before April 12. 1974; otherv
default will i. entered agalnsl i u
ror th.- relief demanded in the cm-
plaint or n, ntlon
Tins notl. shall be published
em-ii week for four i oni erutlve
in THE JEWISH Fl ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and th.> seal
ol said court at Miami, piorl I
thla ". day of March. 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER
As i 'I'll, i 'Ircuil i iui
Dade V>unty, Florida
Bj C P C( >PEL IND
As Deput] Clerk
11 uii Courl s. iii
Al 'I Fl K< 'ss
i"' N W 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida
Attorne] for Petitioner
_____ I II 12-zS
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ""
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEV th.tt
the undersigned, desiring t" engage tn
business unm r the fictitious nam of
Embassy Interiors nt 1J1 X R if
Avei ue, Hallandale. Florida.
Lag's, Inc.
19100 w I>ivi.- Highway
Otus, Florida
BREOER & SCHREIBER
bv: Barry r> Sohrelber
2020 HE 163rd St.
North Miami Beach, Fl. 33IW
Attorney for Lee's. Inc.
8/l--15-Jt
\
I '


Friday., March 15, 1974
*J wlsti FhrHlnr
Page 11-B
LEGAL NOTICE
'
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
NO. 85792 (Dowling)
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO MAKE APPLICATION
FOR D'STRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
III Re:
Tin' Estate of
ABRAHAM LIPSHITZ
Incompetent.
NOTICE la hereby riven that 1
have filed my Final Ri
Petition for Distribution and Final
Discharge as the Guardian or the ht wife, and if any oi
i. rson and r.roueuv ol the I-:.-- I the aforesaid named D
tate of ABRAHAM LIPSHITZ. he dead, their unknown di
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-29393
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ISABEL MARY KRI E IER i I
LDA S CALLAN,
PI Intlffs,
vs.
VIOLET E KOI AR M I
_------- Kin ai:. her husband
and ROBERT JOSEPH
is iLAR and I" Iki IT1IY K.'l.AR.
Ini ompetent. .
ii iv of Man h.
thai on the 29
1974. will apply to
UN J >' I ., i.11 11. ; -i. ss I i i; < |': s o i
tin H.....Hrcult Judges of Bade
County, Fl. ii Ida foi apt
i-.iici Final Report and distribution.
and final discharge as Guardian of
the Esl
81 das i f February, I I" :
p \ \ N ; l' LIVSHEE i luardian
Ms ron B Bei man, B> q
p.O Box
N M B, Fla 31 160
i
l lu irdlan
id Esl He :' '
NOTICE OF ACT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OP FLORIOA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-8
.CTION TO EXPUNGE FROM
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
DADE COUNTY. FL?eIOA
E ROBERT E. DAN'l
.
i'Ei*
I
IXC
street
r ago
ARE HEREBY
Bctioi ext.u
:. rordf of I iadi I
$a I
-ro required to
r y. i" it
(;; IE 8AMPAS. ESQ attor-
Petitioner, "i !'
oln i: Sulti Mlam

with tl i lerk of tl
court m or bi fore Ap
therwlse a defau *n-
I in tl
notice shall bi pul '-'
reek for four i >'
In THE JEWISH Fl ORIDTAN.
WITNESS in-- hand '
f Mill ,..ui-i
this 11 ''-'* i''"i' L1 '
Hi. ha :i> .' URINKBH
As Clerk, Cln u
Dade. County, i
By 1. SSI
As I leput] ''
GBORUE SAMI'AS fc-Mli IRE
Ulami Bea h. I' lurnia
Attorney 1 I'- ";
B,
person il rei
nils.
otlii !- undei n
wn
tO 111- I
i
; utigh, by, or under
lants,
ml:.ills.
s II (LET E K' H AR 2317 \'"v-
\ Y irk.
KOI-A H I hui
if th
... i dead
. ., .....
Brant-
maul
in and an; per-


title oi
aid D
YOU ARE HEH 'IFIEU
LE t.,
...... I... oun-
ilii .. Pial
f the Publii
C -.' Florida,
u
' Attorn.
' s Lit
coviri ,.1- before hi dai pf A rn.
u .- I

. :
WITNESS my hand n
man
1,74
As '
\ .' Rl -
i- c
c '" '' ~ ..,.,,
VON ZAMl
v : Plaintiffs
,... : ,:-.... m ...
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 74.4104
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE I IF
JUDY FIELDS, Wife
. nd
PAUL FIELDS. Husband
TO: Paul Fields
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
in action for Dissolution of Mar-
been til- -I again il you and
. required to serve copy of
your written defenses, if any. to I
on BRIAN 8 PEARL, attornej
i- mer, whose sddress is 3050 Bis-
cayne Suite 1002, Miami, Florida 89131
|e the original with the clerk of
ii,.. ttb s i ---. Ii i oui I n or before
_., 1974; otherwise default
will be entered you for the
relief demanded In the complaint or
Ion,
This notlci h 11 I-- published oni
each week I ir I iur consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PI.ORIDIAN.
v, 1TN ESS hai d ind thi
i ourl al Ml im Florida on
bi uary, 1974.
RICH UtI) P H1UNKER
Circuit '' urt
i i ii' y, ir Is
By .' P L'. iPE '
v .. ui I
ur Seal)
IRL
Miami I :
Attorn "
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0= TnE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74.4923
IN RE: The Man lane if
CLINT! IN Rl B8ELL.
Peti!
and
LUCY WORTHY HIS.SEl.l,
Respondent.
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: LUCY VVIIRTHY Rl SS
J F. Kennedy Apartment!
Apartment ID
Ambrldge, Peni -' I
YOV ABE HEREB' NOTIFIED
thai a Pel ir D
LEGAL NOTICE
' I rlrage has been file I
IK
ELEVf
DA.
'
a cert
scribed ,,'.: ..
Lott 9 ai I l
RiLT s i iOITION, acooi
Q^Tlai thereof as r i ';
NOTICE OF SU'T
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
W .PROPERTY,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THE
'/ENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
VDE COUNTY. FLORIDA
, GENERAL DIVISION
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.5421
HENRY I ISIINER.
Plaintiff.
MARTIN M ''.".- '
,nrt as i.'- < ': '' of
TOLA I.ISHN'1'1'. and
GEORGE SAM PAS,
CTA/DP.N of Tul.A I.:.-:!
Dee^n
^Wrtinm oaisou
that a !' '"
to a cer'
descr
Lot
tke i'
piH p., oli II. Pair.- :' '
Public 11- "' i- of i 'ransre I
tv. Florid.i
ha bo. ami common In
this Court, and >ou ir.....Jl r
,,,.! n i-o.n '' :i" "''" '
It anv to IBCHAPD I. KRi>01
attorney f -
dress is l- i' '' ': ",; ;.. .
Miami k
phone :.:: V."' "' "
with th.
Court !
Anrll' 1971 '''"
be Mteri .1 "" vri '
lief nrav n ''' '' '
PTw8"n hall he oul
each fo- fou- .o-s.....
taTHE l-:\< ISII KiM'l IMAN
WITN' -^ mv ""' ""' "
said Con" :i' v>'' '"' n ,hls
RH'I' M'li r hpinkfh
. a- '' < ll'i l"o'i-t
Ix.d Countv ''
Bv: i BNEF-DEN
.\. i....,o-v Clerk
fClrew" ''ur- Seal)
jTWTTXKY KRofr .<
SCHETN'-HPi:. P \
420 Uneo.n Road ..-"uiie 512)
Miami Il-a.-'v Florida
Phone: -
Attorneys for Petitioner ^ .. ,
NOTICE UNDER FICTiT'O'JS
NAME LAW
NOTH-I-: IS HEREBT OrVKN thai
the un
buslni
North Rivor'l- iv. Mianr 'i
tends in r.
Clerk of the Circuit Courl
Countv i i
si,.....i Bens orp
OERAI HSU VHP. AN
Attorn.'V f.i'- i-.n ii'
^HiJini- P.uildini,'. MismJ
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NuT1'!'. IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
h. ui I deslrlnR '
i Road. Mlam rlda in-
'" ''' iVii.-l-iPZAl...
P lUl K 'l linv-BPRfl
[EINBEBG
IA?8-15-2!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUI1
E STATE OF FLORIDA.
IN AND FOR
COUNTY OF DADE
NO. 7455-1
iv !; THE : VRRIA
H. ONFR
v '
pM'h'aK'. R ONFROT,
NOTICE OF ACTION
PHAELRUTHERFORD
[EREBY
ihit an action foi ":,r-.
0U and
u I
. s. ii any.
. ...s whose address
--..,.. BUS. Ml-
... i A""'
''..-, the orb ml with the
, |M ., bef. re serv-
I aarnh you for the
. in the petition
!
Februai ''
i:i \- d '' BRIN
his Courl
B; PC iPEI A '
DepU 15.32
IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLCrtlDA IN *\0 FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY, NO. "4-6:22
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN RE: 1 HE MARRIAGE
BERTHA S JORDAN
WIFE
AND
JAME ,'AN
SBAND
.! un. s K. Jordan
R, ii n. Ad h
You h^;r^'^
by notified hat a P i i DM-
solution of Marrlace hat been fuel
i you. and you are required
v,. o copj of .-our Answer or
p eadini to the Petition I
thi i"lfe-s attor-
: i E FINKEL, ESQ .
gulte -,. .. Roberts Duildlng, 'JS \\
Miami. Florida and
Answer or Pleading
the Clerk of Oie Clr-
,.i- c un i n or befon the 15th day
, f April, 1874 If you fall to do so,
ni.iL.-m.nl bj default will be taken
au-..nisi you tor the rellel demanded
In the Petition Tor Dissolution ol
Marriage ,, .
This notli e shall be published on; a
,..,, h e 'k for four conneeutlve weel
in Till: JEW ISH Fl ORIDlAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
r th 5th day of March A.P.
1"7I
RICHARD P BRINKER
Circuit I
I i.i !. 'olintv. Florida
Bj w TYMINSKI
: mv Clerk
.1 m VI'RICE FINKEI-. ESQ
gull ;' Bulldlnm
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and you arc required :.....rve i cony
,.f your Answer or Pltadlnn to tl Pe-
tition for DIsHolut: '-' on
the Plalntlfl A ttoi ney, G Al EXAN -
DER NOBIL, ESG 101 N IV. 12th
Avenue. Miami i
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fault will bi ta
the relief demanded In the Pel
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IN THE < IT OF THE
ELEN ENTH .: "' T
OF FLC'D.A IN I'.O FC3
DADE COUNTY
PROOATE DlV'SION
PROBATE NO 74.792
.Jud.ie DavAl.ng)
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' NOTICE OF PPOS'TE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Tl VI.I PEKSiiNM '
THE EST ITE "F SA11
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lasl vmH and lestnra nt ol
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ir months fn m
the dati nf the fli l
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I -. hould Hand
rnreVOkFRANK B DOWIJHG
. uu Court Judge .
BICH IRD r BRINKER, Clei c
p.s MIRIAM 11 HENDRICKSON
Depul Clerl
SIMON. HAYS .v.- .'.r.rNPV. :
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PflOPEf'TY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THR
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 74.4987
ACTION FOP. OISSO'-UTION
OF MARRIAGE
UfRi; Thi Mai rlajee
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TO:*^lR."SOLOMON L NATHANSON
i i Red. I fte A'-
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YOC ARE HEREB D
on for Dli
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you are equlred serve a i ol
your written il : ny, to It
P tul K tor Petl-
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
C4DE COUNTY. FLORIOA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO 74-4291
NOTICE BY PUBL'CATICN
v re :-'" M v ''' '' I" '",K
i : DE GlRi iLAMO.
p oner,
JOYCE EILEEN DE GIROI^AMO.
Res
YOC JOYCE EILEEN DE GIRO
I \ M, i wn ARE
HEREBY NOTIFIED '"' I FI1 E ynnr
wrltti 'i response to this action for
dlssolul on of in tl rla te. with tlu
,f the ah -. i' iurt. and servi
., urioi P AMornevs.
\. in ZAMFT .-. SMITH. Suite 4K.
IS' S uth DI tiBhwaj Coral
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74, .-Is.- tlie
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is confess i
DAI 13, 1974
RICHARD !' '' INKER
A .1 P.IVAS
Di oui Clerk
(Clrcull Court Seal) ,, J/x_g_H
IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-'3'15
FRANK B. DOWLING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i RE: Estate of
. OFFENHENDEN
j .' d All Pei
in* Claim or Demands Aalnst Said
b, notlfl. i i
quired to present anj lalm and i
NAIVfc l.^w i UUIre'l I' or.-.-- .o ...,.- ._.,,
m.-H IS HEREBY fJrVEN thai ... : I you mov ii" a
Bid.-.-si.-o,.,l. desirlne' f DOB
less under : I i ...
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"NOTICE UNDF-R fictitious
NAME LAW ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY -HVEN ai
K. 25th Street Mlam', Fla J8168
Knils ^Clerk of -'- i-ii.uit C-u-t of Dade
^ntv. Floi sx.f^s
B5NITO ALONSO i5_m_m
,i in Porter.
Levlnson .< Kenln
' Attorney ir '"- it I
142* Brickell Avenue
Miami. Fla 33131
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3/9-15 .
IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74.13-W
JOHN R. BLANTON
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
la RE; t
, i AIBE ROSICHAN.
' han.
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I and re-
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r offlc' n the gun-
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ARTH1 R -' ROSICHA n
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First publication of this not
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Umi Kaplan
of Myers, Kaplan, P 11
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Attorney for Eye.-^ >r
1429 Brickell Avenu-s
Ml ",; 3/9-15-
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. 74-4.03
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARR v:.: I IF
vJANDEZ,
Husband
:'"l.\ M FERNANDEZ,
M.JF
ARE HERE

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NOTICE OF AC-ION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
,NO PROPERTv,
,N THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THE
p. cv=NTH JUD'CAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. I
CIVIL ACT'ON NO 74.9BW
ACT.ON FOr DISSO'-UT JN
OF MARRIAU
in RE: "
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
. OFFICES I MARA IN H.
MAN at number S899 Bis
,rd, In the City of Miami. ;
Florida int.-nds :
s,;h the Clerk of the Circuit
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NOTICE UNDER FCtIT!0'jS
NAME LAW
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NORTH MIAMI PARKVIEW
DOMINII'M at Miami Dade countv.
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of thi Circuit Court
I of Dad '' a' ty. Fl _
Al LEN R GREENWALD
KARRIS .* SI11KIN. P.A.
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21 N.E. 1st Av.mue. Miaml^FIa..^ ^
3/l-V
IN the CIRCUIT COURT'OF THB
ELEVENTH UDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FC"
PACE COUNTY. F-OR 3*
GENERAL JURISO v- !J^
DIV S
CASE NO. 74-4924
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^Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, March 15, 1974
Section C
Alvin M. Goldberg Appointed As
Mount Sinai Executive Director
Board chairman Max Orovitz ha?
announced the promotion of Alvin
M. Goldberg to executive director
of Mount Si..;.', Medical Center.
As the chief administrative of
ficer Goldberg assumes full re
sponsibility for the day-to-day op-
eration of the medical center. Hie
numerous duties inc'ude the super-
vision of all fiscal affairs, person-
nel, and the- physical plant, as wel'
as the preparation of the annual
budget.
In the caoacity of executive di
rector. Goldberg is an ex officio
member of the board of trustees.
serving on committees, and repart
ing to the board on the profession-
al services and financial activities
of the medical center. He al'0
serves as a liaison between the
board of trustees and the medical
staff.
Goldberg joined Mount Sinai in
May. 1968 as an associate director,
and was named director in April.;
1970. Before his appointment at
Mount Sinai, he served as the as-
sistant director of Grady Memorial
Hospital of Emory University in,
Atlanta. Ga.. administrator of the,
Polk County. Florida Hospital, and '
I director of the Division of Hos-
pital; and Welfare in Polk Countv
for five years. He previously serv-
ed as the assistant administrator!
of the South Florida Baptist Hos-'
pital in Plant City.
\ rraduate of Rutgers Univer-i
sity College of Pharmacy. Gold
berg received hi i certificate in hos-'
pital administration rrom Georgia
State College of Business Adminis
tration. In addition to b"ing a his
pital administrator, he has spent
several years as a college instruc-
tor and was recently aonoir>1 -d t
the faculty of the University of
Florida as Clinical Instructor in
the Department of Health and Hos
ilal .Administration. College of
Health Related Professions.
Goldberg is currently the secre
tary treasurer of the South Florida
Hogoital Association, the division
chairman of Unit L (Hospital and
Nursing Homes) of the United
Way, and serves on the Jewish
Federation CAfmittee on Health
Institutional Care.
Stone Speaker At
Democratic Club
Installation
The Hon. Richard Stone. Flor-
ida's Secretary of State will be in-
stalling officer and guest speaker
at the annual Biscayne Democratic
Club installation dinner to be held
at the Algiers Hotel Saturday at
6:30 p.m.
Those to be installed are Larry
Taylor, president: Abe Hirschkof.
first vice president; Sol Roth, see
ond vice-president: Dave Hubsch.
financial secretary: Ruth Schwartz
berg, recording secretary; Ruth
Stetzer, corresponding secretary:
and Charles Schwartzberg,
geant-at-arms Ail the officers were
unimously reelectcd.
The board of directors to be
in-talled includes Bessie and
Harry Goldstein. Max Goldhasen
Martha R Heller. Lillian Levine
\I-li" Richinan. Rose Horvath.
Max Goldhagen and Max Schwartz
berg.
Stone, a native Miamian. ha
served with distinction in Talla-
hassee, where he has held many
offices in Florida's legislature.
Miami high school students will have an opportunity to
share their thoughts on subjects of international interest
wi:h four Israeli students visiting Miami from March 17
through March 28. The students are coming to Miami
-.rough the Israel Youth Programs Office of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation in cooperation with the Israel
Consulate for the Southeast United States. Various high
schools throughout Dade County will participate in hosting
the students, including North Miami High, North Miami
Beach Hiah and Miami Beach High. The students are (left
to right) Ron Shapiro, bom in Degania Aleph, the oldest
kibbutz in Israel; Ammon Friedman, from Kiryat Menachem
(a neighborhood of Jerusalem); Zohar Trifon from Jerusalem,
and Batya Lipshitz from Haifa.
Morris N. Broad, (left) president of American Savings and
Loan Association of Florida,, has been named "Humanitar-
ian-of-the-Year" by the Four Freedoms Civic Clubs, Inc.
The award was made at the organization's Variety Show
Benefit held at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Miami Beach
Mayor Chuck Hall (right) and Councilman Philip Sahl who
serves as the executive director of the Four Freedoms Civic
Clubs made the presentation.
Beacli Synagogues
Mark Hadassab's
62nd Anniversary
Mrs. Emanue! Mentz. presiden'
of the Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah, has announced that Fri-
day evening has been designated
Hadassah Subbath ;n celebration
i the 62nd anniversary of Ha-
lassah. at Congregation Beth Sha-
o'n. Congregation B'nai Zion.
i':; Knesi t'i fsrael, Tem-
1 Beth Rap' ;, 1. Temple Emanu-
1, Temp i' Menorah and Temple
\\r Tamid. All Hadassah members
ire urg I attend.
It was, In 1909 that Henrietta
and first national
;- nt of H i, returned
mi n a trip to Pah >tine and real-
:<' -he would ate her life?
VI !; tu the people in Palestine.
In 1.112. fare Nation in
' : !em f ir matei nity care and
aded eye dis-
was established.
From ;i stu Ij .;p f '-2 wom-
en in 1912.....lassah today is the
women's Zionist Organiza
lion in America, with a member-
hip of 325.0C0. In Miami Beach
there is a membership of over
8.300.
Sol Silvermans
To Be Honored
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary. Jewish Home and Hospital
for the Aged, will hold its monthly
oarty at Douglas Gardens. 151
NE 52 St., Sunday, March 24. at
2 p.m.
The party will honor Sol and
Mollie Silvt-rman who are cele-
brating their 52nd wedding anni-
versary.
A musical program has been ar-
ranged by Mrs. Louis Makovsky.
Featuring, direct from Israel. Dan-
ny Ben Israel, who will entertain
with Jewish and Israeli folk songs.
Refreshments will be served.
JWV's M. Jay Berliner
Scheduled As Speaker
Jewish War Veterans Depart
ment of Florida Commander M
Jay Berliner will speak on the
subject "Anti-Semitism and JWV
in Florida'" during Sabbath serv-
ices at Temple Beth Sholom in
Sarasota Friday at 8 p.m.
Commander Berliner will alsc
speak at a meeting of Mizrachi
Women at the Roney Plaza Apart
ments at 1 p.m. Monday. His sub
ject will be "Middle East Prob-
lems."
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Forgash received ths State of Isrcei
Masada Award at the Roney Plaza Israel Dinner of State
held at the Fontainebleau Hotel last Saturday night. The ror-
gashes were honored for their outstanding efrorts iryfort::;-
ing the economic foundations of Israel. Presenting the award
was Milton M. Parson (left), executive director of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization. At right is Joey Russell,
who was special guest at the annual Israel Bonds event.
< As...
Max Lerner
Sees It
NEW YORK, NY. Whatever emerges from the British election
muddle a minority government, a coalition or new elections at some
point soon the fact is inescapable thai the people have been alien-
ated from the political process.
They didn't vote for Labor or for the Tories or even for the Lib-
erals. They voted AGAINST the major parties and leaders to an extent
jnparalleled in British history.
THIS IS true elsewhere, too. It was true in the 1S72 elections in
ihe United States. Despite the overwhelming vole sweep of Mr. Nil
there was a plague-on-both-your-houses mood.
It was true in the recent Israeli elections, with a minorit; p>< era-
nent emerg soon. It has been true of Scandinavian elections, tnd
Austrian and Italian.
THE REMARKABLE thing is that it Hi afflicted the Brtt
who have always taken politics so seriousl] as an exhilaratl
if not a form of happy warfare. Prom the Pitts, t i Gladston
raeli, to Churchill, the British tradition of leadership and ,
tary d been the great tradition.
It has been diluted and has dribbled away until it end; wil
ation of the people ft >m the parties most of them pro
leeply sk ptical .>f whether an;
id party elites have the wit and stren th to cope
crushing burden.- of iff ice.
It wasn't .. ".... thus even In my own memor i fi; I
London In D mber, l!)44. at the end oi B darkest w
. r correspondent.
MY FIRS'! lini er a: w th a small group of friends who included
Aneurin Bevan, the stormiest oi the modern Labor Party leaders
v.th the wick most cutting tongue, the most slashing
al style, and the grandest eloquence of any British pol al
:i time excep for Churchill.
Bevan don't confuse him with Ernie Bevln, a very different
kettle of political fishwas Welshman, politician, Socialist ideologue,
dreamer and scrappy fighter all rolled together.
He never got to be prime minister, and died brokenhearted, for
ea-ons that are never quite clear in the two loving, detail-filled vol-
umes of biography that his disciple. Michael Foote, devoted to him
I THINK it was because he wanted to hold on to his dream even
more than he wanted to become prime minister, and the dream made
him fight constantly inside his own party as well as with the Tories. In
faet. he was more bitter against Hugh Gaitskill than against Churchill
or Harold Macmillan.
After the war, until the early Sixties. I used to be an almost
annual observer of the Labor Party conferences, with Bevan. .V'lee.
Laski. Morison. Dalton, Gaitskill and Wilson as the chief actors.
Once in 19631 shifted the field and went to the historic
Tory Party conference when Prime Minister Harold Macmillan an-
nounced his retirement, and there was an indecent hassle for the
succession.
AS AN American, I had a curious mixture of feelings about these
British political shows. There was always intense feeling, heated de-
bates, a certain elegrance of phrase, whole barrclfuls of eloquence, in-
terminable discussions of issues that have haopily slipped from my
mind, and plenty of knives stuck between the shoulders of party
brothers in the baleful corridors of those drafty old watering place
hotels where the meetings were held.
But there was also something unreal and tacky about all of them,
as if those political theatrics were taking place on a stage bare of p wet
because the real world action had moved elsewhere.
THAT IS the melacholy climate of Britain todav. Churchill fought
against it. Macmillan did. too. He emerges with surprising stature from
a brief but remarkable biographical essay "Macmillan: A Study in
Ambiguity." by Anthony Sarmson (Simon and Schuster). Edward
Heath has tried, and he mav have a chance to try again.
But the "Little Englanders" have had their way and have their
twilight dav now. When the horizons shrink, the men grow smaller.
When the half-gods go, it is not the gods who arrive but the quarter-
gods.


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Friday, March 15, 1974
Women's League for Israel Unfa
To Name 'Woman of the Year'
"Women's League for Israel.
Lincoln Koney Chapter, will hold
it- annual donor luncheon and
praMBtation of the "Woman of
the Year Award" Wednesday noon
in the Eden Roc Hot.!.
GlieM sneaker for the afternoon
will be Mrs. Harry Wiles, vice
c...:i n,an di the Wwn< n's U
tat Israel, N:w York, and chair-
man of the Cancour.sc- Chapter.
Eronx. N.Y. Mrs. Wiles ffl
pre ent a gavel to Mrs. Shirley
Nathansi n, cha 1 newly
im Chai I In Hal-
M .-. Meyer I. Resnlck .
Rom j h ipter, wi I
I erent H W n 1
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e group
active on behalf of the
D I I
Mr Lila Savitt, accord: "
and -i iger, v. li offer a group o!
HO i-' -.
Mrs V 11 dink 1 lirman
of the gala
This 1 \ -( 11 al 0 ma k the
44 th ami of the Wi
1 1. ,1 1 1
1D26 and dedicated to the wel-
fare of voung women newcomers
'0 Israel". It has built and niain-
ains residence-training centers in
the principal cities ol Itrael. Auw
part of the program, ij "Orah,
the weaving workshop for the
blind in the city of Nathanya
where the organization maintains
a Vocational Center lor gms in-
cluding the handicapped.
Sinatra, Thomas Entertain
At 'Miracle Bail' March 28
Frank Sinatra .1 id Dannj Thorn
the St, '
Chi dr i R !
n 1 tainel I au M 1
h 28 and h 1
. will be served at
p.m. with dinner following at
Mr. ': now A1'"
.IIRI1 of th<
. r] proceeds of which 1
to the free and non-sectarian 1 a
kemia n search hospital. Jordan
j nkins will conduct for Sinatra1
nas '.'ill be accompanied bj
I v Popp. _______
Soshuk C. C. C. Speaker Sunday
Levi Soshuk; Hebrew Depart-
ment consultant of Beth Sholom's
School for Living Judaism, will be
the featured speaker Sunday morn-
ing on the "Coffee, Cu.ture and
Conversation" program in the tem-
ple auditorium, according to an
i n A offTi c em e 11 t by James S.
Knopke, president.
Mr. Soshuk has a B.A. degree
..c.n City College of N Sducation and an MA, degree in
vocational Psychology f;. -. Co-
umbia University. He
hor ef numerous textboks in He-
Mew and Jewish studies here and
.n Israel.
Mr Soshuk will speak on The
Hidden Books" at 10:30 a.m. The
c 1- ii.vited.
Erich Segal, 'Love Story' Author,
At Beth David Sunday Night
Ei li Segal, author of "Love
Story'.*' will appear at Beth David"s
Sip ; ir Hall Sunday .1! 8 p.i 1.
This \ third in
Forum Series with Jules and
Terry Bagdan serving as adult edu-
cation chairmen.
Segal is a best selling author.
film writer, scholar, athlete, and
since 1964. professor of compara-
tive literature at Yale University.
His book, "Love Story" received
ji Academy Award nomination, a
Writer's Guild nomination and the
Golden Globe Award for Best
Screenplaj of 1970.
He was appointed to the Na
i \ ; ry c luncil of the
} > c r and subs quently to
Its '.'-. cutive Committe He al-o
i he 1972 Olympics in Mu-
.- .. r>.' T '..i.;-in.
MOT! CILADI
Israeli Concert
Features 'Tevye,'
Moti Giladi
\n 1 ,. .< xl will be pre
I at ;h' Miami Beach And'
h 31. Curtain time
will ; 3 p.m.
ured artists will Include
, ; |j wh played the part
t >vy '0 Fiddler on the Root
,, i.r. 1 Ar i San and his mnl
.. and the Shabm Ale;
i r >rs In a Chassidic and Isra
Festh 1.
Th -' "v .. being produced and
imuel Fershfco.
Tickets for the ( 1 *rt may b
| (aim d at th Miami Beach And;
torium box office.
[RICH SEGAL
Ti kets for the performance will
be -; 1- at rh" door Sunday with
tial rates for students.
Jade Winds Nominating
Committee Will Report
lade Winds Chapter. Florida
Women's Division. American Jew-
ish C ivr ss will lull its month''
me 'in: m the Tower of Jade
Winds Thursday, March 21. at
no m.
Mrs F llth Jacob on, a well
known lecturer, will speak on
"Bringing Judaism into Contem
The nominating
mmittee will report on slate ol
re ... <,. 1074 75 frm.
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Halcyon Hotels Ar.ticjua, St. Lucia, Nassau
Exotic* Foods of the Caribbean
Are Better at the New
Halcyon Cove Hotel
A special Travel Report ;---
Fl'en Jac bsen prepared exclu-
sivi h for The Jewish Flori I
Dining in the Caribbean is
a total experience an 1
sion to be tn a-uivd an e\ tit
to lie remembered!
Combining the natural wealth
of d< liciou fruits and vege
table- and ft* with the e-
enced cooking know how of t le
Invading European cto'irn
has made the cuisine of the Car-
Ibbean the most varied In the
wi rid. In addition, it is the de-
sir" of the West Indians to maki
each meal as attractive to the
eye as it is pleasing to the pal
ate. And the epitome of Ca
li tan cuisine i- found at th-1 new
Halcyon Cove Hotel in Antig la!
The islanders are ex-> it In
enhancing their dishes with the
proper amount of native run".
11 tro teal pu Idmgs or i I
iv n spices to fi h and me its
>ri nc sp
cla'.ty at the Halcyon Co e is tJ
enjoy a gourm I delig H Tra
with culinary cut
should sample the man) Ea
i "lit over the CTJ
clear waters, or in the Panorama
Restaurant, set high on a hill-
side with a spectacular view.
Caribbean soups offer exotic
varieties through the use of na
tive fish, home-grown vege
-. coconut and mixed 1
.. as i;i most warm c i
-. are an exciting pan of
Caribbean cooki.ie and in
most cases, the spicier the bet-
ter. Because of outdoor living,
there is a variety of barbecue
sauces which prove to be an
important part of all M
cooking. The spareribs at the
.1 taste ensat
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ribb an \ ai ietj rice A
a uniqu! ta te. to I toes
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Meats available on the 11s
cooked in many 1
".,'. -. as is fi >h, which
a eeeial o-i the men
V. 1 ". Island jellies, jams, pn
and n armaiada made
make breakfa
Ami the cheerful
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a delightful mood!
T1 temut each a
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Grays To Receive Scroll Of Honor
At Ocean Pavilion Night In Israel
Myron B. (Mike) and Lillian
Gray will be ho::o.cd ai the
Pavilii .( m
Tuesday. Th V will i-el ive the
State of Israel Scroll of Honor
from Hie Israel Bci'd Oi
in recognition of their continued
support of Israel's economic devel-
opment.
Gray, a iiieinuer 01 the New
York State Bar. was one of the
organizers of the Ocean Pavilion
Hebrew Synagogue, and has been
secretary of the congregation since
its founding. Second president of
the Queens (NY.) Friendship
Lodge of B'nai B'rith, Gray served
as secretary of the League o." Civic
Associations of Queens County foi
30 years, and was instrumental in
its establishment.
ilrs. Gray, a life member of
Pride of Judea. u a member of
the Ladies Auxiliary of Knesetn
Israel Congregation, and is active
in the Southgate Chapter of Ha-
dassah. She participated in the
Queens Friendship Lodge of B'nai
B'rith Women before moving tc
Miami Beach in 1U67.
Serving as general chairman of
the Ocean Pavilion Israel Bond-
event is Mrs. David Drosnes; A
lay T illing is honorary chairman
Samuel Katz To Address Miami's
AJCommittee Chapter Tuesday
Samuel Katz, national director
of the American Jewish Commit-
tee Community Services Depart-
ment, will address the Greater
Miami Chapter at an open meet-
ing Tuesday evening at the Du-
pont Plaza, Dr. Charles R. Be ber,
president, has announced
In his presentation, Mr. Katz
will explore the multi-level com-
plex relations of American Jews
and Israel in terms of the develop-
ing interaction, personal, political
.:. cultural, which calls for an
examination of common interests
in creating new channels of com-
munication and mutual under-
standing.
Mr. Katz, who is vice president
of the National Conference of
Jewish Communal Service, has a
distinguished record in the Jew-
ish communal field which spans
some 25 years. He has been the
director of the Committee's area
offices in Philadelphia, Westches-
ter County and Boston.
SAMUU KATZ
Ceunpa
Separate Camps of Distinction
for Boys and Girls on beautiful
Reflection Lake
In th Htmn of the Pocono Mountain! of
Northeastern Ptnmylvania
Monholll Crook, P. 1133?
ANNOUNCES LIMITED OPENINGS FOR
MIAMI AREA CAMPERS
Unexcelled Direction (or 39 years in the Finest Tradition under same owner-
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Campers are 5 16 Camper Waiter & CIT Programs Boys & Girls 16-t- or
11th grade.
Dietary Laws Observed No stalf gratuities.
"THE ULTIMATE IN FINE PRIVATE CAMPING"
13 magnificent new all-weather championship tennis courts with
night lights.
Nationally ranked tennis pro plus 10 instructors.
Outstanding water skiing program 3 motor boats new 35 ft. ski |ump.
Theatre workshop Nationally acclaimed, dance gymnastics.
Extended canoe trips and sailing programs 25 sailboats.
4 indoor regulation Brunswick bowling lanes.
9 hole gotf course professional instruction.
English and Western riding 7 miles of trails.
Ham radio and electronics, photography, rocketry, fencing and karat*.
Superb international staff.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT THE DIRECTORS
IN MIAMI AT 758 9454 or OUR MIAMI REPRESENTATIVE
Mrs. Jack (Nancy) Davis, 11042 Paradella Avenue,
Coral Gables. Fla. Tel. 665 7923 or 665-9147
Winter Office
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STAFF POSITIONS
AVAILABLE
Mrs. L. Baron
To Chair ORT
Tribute Fete
Worm :i's American ORT (Or-
ganization for. ReJjabilHatiofl
through Training) southeastern
Florida Reyion, announces that
Mrs, Louis Baron, past region prea
: idem, will be chairman of the Sha
l nn Tribute Luncheon Thursday,
March 23. at the Dora] Hotel.
Cochairmen will be Mrs. Mayer
Rose, vice president, and Mrs
Fritzie Leit, financial secretary.
The luncheon, given annually,
honors the donors of Southeastern
Florida Region of Women's Amer-
ican ORT.
Women's American ORT, with
over 110,000 members in over 83C
chapters from coast to coast, i?
the vocational education program
of the Jewish people since its in
ception, has trained over a million
people.
Luncheon, Purim Meeting For Pioneer Women Units
Club 2 of Pioneer Women will Wa till 167th
i luncheon a) the Delano Ho st. The | will include
el at I p.m. Sundaj in h tnor of t __
add anniversar3 oi
Mr : rid Mrs. Abe Shi I !tion ia '
will entertain, rrts ill h served. Elizal th
sviva Chapter will ho] I i ngrtress, and M
ins M Mr dav > e >''ill enteitain,
Panelists Discuss 'ERA'
Abraham J. Heschel Chapter of
American Jewish Congress will
have its regular monthly meeting
Thursday, March 21. at 8 p.m. in
Temple Beth Shalom. Hollywood.
The program will feature a panel
on Equality," discussing the pro-
posed 27th Amendment to the
Constitution.
ROYAL HUNGARIANS RESTAURANT
Will Serve
DELICIOUS STRICTLY KOSHER L'PESACH MEALS DAILY
during the Passover Holidays
Beginning Friday, April 5th, from 4 to 8 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday we will serve from 4 to 6 p.m. only
Seders Will Start at 8 p.m. -
PLEASE RESERVE! CALL 538-5401
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Governor Askew's plan
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Friday, March 15, 1974
Seder Dinner Stars Pmne-Stnf f ed Capon
This year, when we celebrate
the First Seder, and remember
oace again the flight of the Jews
from Egypt, this bitter-sweet story
wi.l have a timely mode.n sig-
nificance.
The Yom Kippur war. and its
SI NSWEET ROASTS CAPON
impact on the future of Israel, is stand for hards hip .and Jfc^ capon (g to ? ds) or ,arg
on everyone', lips but toe par- *** SRJS .he pyr- roasting chicken
Mdpant'a interest in the food of with wtucn taeJei d Salt and pepPer
%mgd:acnfice a! !he temple. Eli- Prune-Matzoh Stuffing (see be-
jSSXi^BBS SL JSj- -cited chicken fat
_. or oil
2t'Swood we shall eat at Wash capon and pa. dry. Sprin-
hcSederou pleasure in these kle inside and out with.salt*d
n aeaerw p .... -lBtat oeocer. Stufi lightly with Prunt
Passover, both ritual and restive,
will not be lessened thereby!
The matzoh that represents the
unleavened bread our forebears
baked and ate in the desert, the
bitter herbs and salt water that
PRUNE-MATZOH STVFFIN1
1 cup snipped Sunsweet P.tted
Prunes
6 matzohs, broken in small pieces
K cup chicken broth
cup chicken fat or oil
V cup chopped onion
Mi cup chopped celery
1 egg, lightly beaten
1 teaspoon salt
Vt uaspoon pepper
's teaspoon ginger
Combine snipped pitted prunes
and rr.atzohs in a bowl and pour
Add moisinass and rich fruit flcvcr to matzch stuffing for
roast capen with snipped dimpled pitted prunes. For an
extra Passover treat, prepare a crock cf whole ptttsd prunes
c:id almonds steeped in Passover wine. The symbolic gob-
let of wine stands in readiness for the coming of the Prophet
E'.'/ah.
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THE MIAMI BEACH
COMMUNITY SINGERS
Comprised of a chorus of sixty mixed voices, led and
directed by Joseph Mooney, sponsored by the GREATER
HISTADRUT COUNCIL of SOUTH FLORIDA, proudly present
their twenty-first Annual Spring Concert at the Miami
Beach Auditorium, on Sunday, March 24th, 1974, at eight
p.m., featuring Operatic Arias and popular selections with
ROSE BYRUM, coloratura soprano, NED SMITH, tenor, and
LESTER COWAN, tenor.
MIAMI BALLET CO., Thomas Armour, artistic director,
JUNIOR BALLET CO., Renee Zintgraff, director. Helen
Treitman and Kay Sestok, pianists.
Tickets $3.75, $3.50, $3.25, $3.00, $2.75,
$2.50, $2.00, $1.50, on sale at Miami Beach Auditorium after
March 18th, or ear'ier, call Nathan Auerbach, 673-0384, 01
Louis T. Levin, 673-0025.
This will stand out as the finest musical treat of the year.
There will be no solicitations of any kind.
c-j.. .. nleasure in tnese aic m>iui- .....- Hur
oHfeeageAy awaited d.she, pepper. Stuff lightly with Prune ,!, over. Heat chicken fat and
,iv.r lias Light-as-air knaidlach Matzoh mixture and skewer or BOW slowly saute onion and celery un-
oattai in golden chicken soup, a openings. Brush with fat. Place ir.
,: b,nl. brown and tender, roasting pan. on rack broas .side
SS to bursting with a p:une down. Roa^t in pre-hcated (32o
tufting too good to be reserved F.) oven for Hi hours, basting oc
5 Passover Finally, more Sun- casionally with pan dripping*
weet Pitted Prunes, this time Turn capon on its back and roast
ilumped in wine, make a delight- about an hour longer until wcl
,1 dessert we never miss the browned and lender. Makes about
Chametz! 6 serving*. ______________
'til soft. Add vegetables and iat to
nrune-matzoh mixture. Add re-
maining ingredients and -
. to combine. Makes 6 cup- tuf.
fing mixture, enough for 1 capon
I] I .1 ge roasting chicken,
recipe for a 10-12 pound turkey.)
Temple Blood Bank Drive
Sol Wish, president of T
Zior. Men's Club, has announced
that in cooperation with Mou::t
Sinai Meaicai center, a blood bank
drive will oe held at the temple
Saturday between 9 a.m. and noon.
Breakfast will be served to donors.
PRINKS l\ WINE
1 package 112 oz.) Sunset
Pitted Prunes
ta cup whole blanched
Passover Wine (Con, grape*
or honey wine)
Empty prunes into bowl or
. add nuts. Pour wine ".erto
Let stand a few days be-
fore using.
"crmer Surfside Vice Mayor
Louis Hcbermcn 13 a candidate
'or reelection to the Surfside
Town Council in Tuesday's mu-
nicipal elsctions. A resident of
Dade County since 1945, Hob-
erman served on the Council
'rom 1960-1970 and has been a
member of the Greater Miami
'ewish Federation board of qov-
errors.
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Reading and the Language Arts are Emphasized
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Miomi, PtsfMa 33133
CALL 667-5478-
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Furnished 2-Bcdroom apt. for rent
in center Tel Aviv for 3-4 months
starting now. Possible exchange
of apt. Prefer Lincoln Rd. area.
Call 534-2114, Room 310
CANTOR
Relocated to Florida seeks week-
end, Passover or High Holiday pul
pit.
Lyric Tenor Voice
739-4952 Ft. lauderdale
HOBERMAN ANNOUNCES
PLANS FOR RE-ELECTION
Louis Hoberman, former Vice-
Mayor and Councilman of Surf-
side, recently announced his can-
didacy for re-election to the Surf-
side Council. The municipal elec-
tion will be held next Tuesday.
March 19th.
Louis Hoberman has served as
president of the following organi-
zations of Greater Miami: Dade
Chapter of the American Jewish
Congress; Surfside Music Society;
Miami Beach Music and Arts
League; Brandeis Zionist District
of the Zionist Organization of
America, now in his third term.
He has also served as the vice-
president of the Surfside Civic
Association; Chancellor Com-
mander of the GeorRe Gershwin
Lodge, Knights of Pythias; mem-
ber of the Board of Governors
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration. He is a member of the
Ner Tarn id Men's Club and for-
merly served as chairman of the
Religious School and membership
committee.
Louis Hoberman's record of
service with Cultural, Civic, Fra-
ternal and Religious organizations
since 1945 led to his nomination
both in 1959 and I960 for the
"Dade County Outstanding Citi-
zen Award." He resides with his
wife, Estclle. at 9065 Carlyle
Avenue, Surfside. She is well
known locally as a musician and
artist.
During Hoberman's ten years
in office he attended over 500
meetings. He also attended all
Florida Conventions of the Flor-
ida League of Cities, including all
education seminars, and served
as a member of the "People to
People Program" and was ap-
pointed as vice-chairman and
chairman of the Public Krlauon
Committee for the State of Hor-
ida.
Louis Hoberman, while W^JS.
as a councilman early in ''"
was the prime mover of a new
system of increased revenue ai
the Surfside garbage dump; "e
claims credit for over a BHUn
dollars of revenue received a.
Surfside during the past tnrrr
years. He alerted the Town Coun-
cil early in 1972 of irregularities
in the management and careless
handling of collections hicn
was ignored until now when the
state attorney's office is BMW
taking action.
Paid Pol. Ad


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Tom Glazer, Lilit Gampel
Performing At Beth Sholom
Tom Glazer, the well known
ringer ol imh mritga and bal
wiU ei ::.,:,, [he call
(;"' ami area Sundaj a1 4
* P.nl ii i mple Ktih Sholom -
PJi:" Voung Peo Enter-
tainme l aerie* sponsored by the
Sisterhood;
r. Glizer's performances for
Children have won enthus
praise from the New Yoik critics
and in recent years, he has be-
com eading recording artist
for children. Mr. Glazer lias aiso
been :.. t in children's concerts
With the Philadelphia Orchestra
and other symphonies.
One of his recent projects was
comp.iing the '.New Treasury of
Folk Song;," published by Bantam
Papi I icks,
* The final Young People's Enter-
tainm int Series program April 28
will I attire the brilliant young Is-
raeli pianist Ilan Rogof; a;:d Va-
cov Noy, well known Israel: pan-
tomimist.
Lilit Gampel. 14-year old violin
prodigy, will appear in recital as
part 01 temple Beth Sb >lom's
Great Artists Series Saturday.
March 23. at n p.m.
The young Los Angeles violinist
celebrated her 13th birthday in
1J>72 in an unusual way. She was
the soloist with the Los An
Philharmonic at a special ;
season concert at the Hollywood
Bow!, pi \ [i t the Mendelssohn
* Violin Concerto under the baton
of Andre Kostoianctz.
In January of l!)~2. as soloist
with the visiting Israel Chamber
(;; estra under Gary Beitini she
I rformed th Mozart i1 M i
\ i ncei .e La1 fr th?1 sea in
she appeared at the month-'
Promenades concert s rie I I i
New York Philharmonic, playini
the Bruch (i Minor again i
Andrew Kostelanetz conduct i
l 1970. when she was ton. Lilit
won the Young Musicians Founda-
tion Con petition in Los An '
a competition that usually acei
no applicants under eighteen; i
was the youngest winner in its
V The great cellist, Pierre
I r, once -hired a platform
ith i t in a performance of the
Gianni. Duuole Concerto with
Schippers and the Cin-
v innati Symphi nj.
i etermined to prevent the great
lemand f-r her talent from en
gulfing her. her parents, physlctel
Leonard and bio-chemist Eva
Gampel, have stringently limited
1 the number' of appearances they
will consent to. For the most part
they limit them to cities near the
West Coai. winch do not require
I a great deal of time away from
school. She has thus boon heard
with the San Diego, Seattle, Tuc-
son and Phoenix Symphonies, and
i has given a number of recitals ir
the same general area.
In November 1972. this policy
was relaxed to let her make hei
European debut in a series of ap-
! pcarances with the distinguished
Dutch Orchestra, the Conceit-
gebouw.
Lilit Gampel has studied with
Mrs. Elizabeth Mills and started
with the Suzuki Method. She then
continued with Alice Schoenfehl.
i former child prodigy herself. In
;he winter of Itf'.'t. Lilit Gampel
. i ted from her three quarter
ize violin to a full size one.
!" r her. it seemed a coming of
Tickets for both programs are
available at the Temple office and
:'t the Miami Beach Radio Co..
iln Road. Miami Beach; Al
. i Music House, Cora] Gables:
md Dadeland and 163d stud
Center stores.
Sarah Aviani And Yemenite Trio
Headline All-Israeli Show Here
'Smoking and Health'
"Smoking and Health" will be
Pi. Charles Tatc's topic when he
(peaks before the Spinoza Forum
Thursday. March 21. at 10 a.m. at
1234 Washington Ave. Dr. Abra-
ham Wolf on is founder and di-
lector of the Forum, and Arnold
Kleiner serves as chairman.
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David Ozersky
Paintings At
Lowe-Levenson
An exi ibition of paintings h\
David Oiereky of Soutli Miami will
open at tin- Lowc-Levinson Art
Gallery of Temple Beth Sholom
Monday cvenii.;.'. with a preview
reception at 8 p.m., in the Gallery
Entitled "Holocaust," the exbi
bitiufl portrays images from that
-cried in Jewish history, and wah
Ol tginally, a Master's I bests proj
-A.
Ozersky, .".' was born in hot,
n, \.Y. and was educated it
\\w York's, public schools. He i private scholarship student in
painting ol Miami painter Eugene
Massin, and received his B.A. de-
;ree, cum laude and his M.A. and
i F.A. degrees from the Univer-
:' Miami.
An All-Israeli show, headlined
by Sarah Aviani and her Yemenite
Trio, will conclude Temple
Emanu El's 1974 Wednesd : Ei -
. Ing Foium Series. March 27 at
llami Bi ach c ingri gation.
'' ol.....sman in I Samuel
cochairmen of the series
aid the March 27 evening un-
der the direct! >n of Israeli com-
I 08( Shmuel Fershko will be
part of the year-long tribute to
'i. living Lenrmans 30tb anni-
raary as rabbi of Te
Emanu-El.
Chasidic Dancers will join the
Yemenite Trio in the mu-icai sa-
ute to the land and people of the
State of Israel, Fershko taid. He
is the director of the Tempi.'
Emanu El Choir and musical di- ,
rector of the synagogue, in addi-
lon to serving as enteitainment
">nrultant In thn Jewi'h \iir>n-.'
Fund and numerous other organi-
sation! aiding i.raei.
Miss Aviani. the dark-eyes ra-
.i n-haired Yemenite beauty whose
voice has thriihd audiences trom
Tel Aviv '> Los Angeles, from
'rrusaleni to New York, served in
he Sinai Campaign of 1956 as a
SARAH AVIANI
.ergeant in the Israeli army.
While serving in in the Israel De-
fense Forces, she was assi
'.'ur the military camps to enter-
tain the troops.
In 19C0, Sarah Aviani came to
he United States to appear in the
.,'. Si !>.... t ie fii Isra >li night
: ib in New York. There -he
the Yemenite Trio and has
nerf irr d i<:; ]< thpm << er si- >.
Enjoy Delicious Sonka Without Caffein Bitterness
it's the smart holiday ho toss delicious Sanka col ithout
ho assures her family and guests affein bitterness) throughout the
i good night's sleep after a beau-
iful meal by topping it off with
anka Coffee, Sanka is the o-i
affein free coffee, and is still
ciitcin tree, still full-bodied,
o you can enjoj cup after cup of
lay.
And it's good to know that
is also Ko-hi-r for Pas
Look for ii as your grocer's in
hi e convenient form-: Freeze-
Oried, Instant, and (round.
'Mother-in-lsrael' Affair
.Mrs. Fanni? April, president of
the Aviva Chapter, American Miz
achi Women, announces a Mother-
'n-Israel afternoon Monday at 1
o.m. at the First Federal, 2715 SW
Coral Way.
Talk On Jewish History
Sunday at 10 a.m., Rabbi Rob-
rt Orkand will resume the serie;
Clarifying Values Through Jew-
ish History" at Temple Israel of
Greater Miami.
LEON SCHACTER'S
Continuous Performance From 1:30 p.m.
THREE SHOWS DAILY
MATINEE BARGAIN PRICES
$1.05 ti'l 6 o'clock J
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Friday, March 15, 1974
Pegs 8-C ^___________^^
GMJF Special Events Highlight hraeVs Needs

It's "Anchors Aweigh" for North Dade Women
It's "Anchors Aweigh" for a CJA-IEF Yachfng Day at the Jockey Clut, Under tl^JnWP jj
Mrs Paul Richman and Mrs Allan Wolk. and with thecoordinationof'Elaine J^**""* J J
women from the North Dade area are standing up and being counted in the.r comm.tment to Jewish
Yet why not combine this v.gorous commitment with the excitement and glamour thait characv
.eristic of Florida's Gold Coast' That's just what these women have done -inhosttog nr APnl
champagne luncheon about the 100-foot yacht "Presidente. to be moored at the Jockey Club.
Each of the women invited will be encouraged not only to enjoy a chic ^^teJWjrimWM
AM until mid-afternoon, but to express her own dedication to the survival of Israel and Juda sm
around the world to the tune of "Sl-or-more-a-day to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation s 1974
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund.
nm
Responding with great generosity to the massive needs of Jews in Miami, in Israel, and throughout the
world, members of the Women's Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1974 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund recently attended a parlor meeting in the home of Mrs. Barry
Kutun. Among those demonstrating their support for the 1974 Campaign, were (left to right): Mrs.
Allen Baumel. Mrs Paul Notowitz, Mrs. Donald Lefton. a member of the Women's Division Execu-
tive Committee. Mrs. Barry Kutun and Mrs. Bart Notowitz.
Members of the Women's Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1974 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund recently demonstrated their solidarity and support for the 11*4 Cj*-
IEF Campaign at a parlor meeting in the home of Mrs. Fred Rosenbloom. Successful increa&s in giv-
ing were reported as a result of the meeting. Among those in attendance were (left to right): Mrs.
Lester Russin. Mrs. Marvin Stonberg and Mrs. Fred Rosenbloom.
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I report from israel march 1974
Today, in 1974, Israel has changed a great deal. Tender young immigrants from
Russia mingle with tough Sabras each learning from the other, and joining
hands as brothers and sisters. One people. From Haifa to Gaza, from Tel Aviv to
tin Oedi to Jerusalem. Every man is a soldier, still in uniform. Every woman u
an economKsexpert. trying to feed her family with prices inflating 3-4t% over-
H-52 rt*1ch,ldren <** feeing uncertain, a bit insecure. Educ
TSS^Cr "? -s,ruc"0"- bustling, were slowed to a standstill
. dm yet back to Ms usual happy pate
else. 2S2S friend l5r'e' 0Ur "* ** ^' **
anA S'T,1 'r'.?1'" ?tn0n k im- Tn,e- ,h "omit are not here Yet the sun
ZSSli^iSX SS ** ,hey haVe '" ree tiouind year,
S2ZS! homei"d D**d 9m right now. See it as no one else can on a PeopU"-
People Mission. The Greater Miami Jewish Federation is planning aSneret
citing mission to Israel soon. Why not plan to be a part of it. *
Mrs. Morton Silbermaa
Stone to
O i r -^
Speak at
Bosworth
Dinner
Florida's State Attorney General Richard Stone (above) will
be the featured speaker at the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's 1974 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund Mer-
cantile Division's Annual Dinner April 24 at Doral Country Club
Division Coordinator William S. Ruben of Jordan Marsh and Divi-
sion Chairmen George Mover of Zayre and Murray Turetsky of J
Bvrons are now organizing the plans of all division leaders for a
widespread Mercantile CJA-IEF effort to culminate with the An-
nual Dinner The gala event will feature the presentation of the es-
teemed Harold B Bosworth Memorial Award.
The Award, initiated in 1964 by the Mercantile Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal, is presented to an individual in the
Greater Miami community who exemplifies the principles, beliefs
and humanitarian concepts of Harold B. Bosworth. which have
contributed to the betterment of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and for the community in general.
A permanent plaque will be on display at the Federation office
and a replica will be presented to the chosen recipient
Selection of the Award Recipient will be made by a committee
appointed by the chairman of the Harold B. Bosworth Memorial
Award Committee, from a slate of nominees presented by Federa-
tion and or by nominees suggested by the Committee
Many Presidents and Executive Directors of major Jewish
organizations throughout the community met February 25 for a
luncheon at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation on behalf of its
1974 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund The meet-
ing was aimed toward unifying independent fund raising efforts on
the part of Jewish organizations for the continuing success of the
1974 Campaign. Among the leaders stressing solidarity at this
crucial time in the CJA-IEF Campaign were (left to right'
Yehuda Hellman. Executive Director of the Conference of Presi-
dents of Major American Jewish Organizations and guest speaker
for the day: David B. Fleeman. President of the GMJF; and David
Hirsch. a staff member of the United Jewish Appeal.
Miamians Attend CJF Quarterly
A delegation of Greater Miami Jewish Federation executives
and Jewish community leaders will assess the major areas <>t
Jewish communal responsibility at home, overseas and in Israel
at the quarterly national Boad and committee meetings of the
Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds (CJF). at the
New York Hilton Hotel. March 14-17. They will join delegates from
more than 70 communities throughout the United States and
Canada to focus on priority concerns and responsibilities in
Jewish communities in light of the events and trends following the
Yom Kippur War
During the four-day conclave, delegates will participate in a
series of committee meeting focusing on a wide range of ongoing
programs, guidelines and proposals for the strengthening of
Jewish communal service that call for local community and
national CJF action.
Among the highlights of the upcoming meeting will be the pre-
sent status of accelerated community federated campaigns: dis-
cussion by the Overseas Services Committee on community rela-
tions issues and programs relating to the Middle East, including
the issue of Soviet Jewish immigration to the United States with
regard to community planning and financing.
Also on the program will be discussion of the growing and
diverse needs of the elderly by the Committee on Services to the
Aged, and a look into the new Social Security amendments and sup-
plementary income provisions among other tonics by the Urban
Affairs and Public Welfare Committee. The CJF will also conduct
its third annual Public Relations Institute whose wortohope will in-
clude a wide range of media development and experiences
A further highlight will be the Smolar Award presentations for
excellence in North American Jewish journalism in 1973. Those to
be honored are Dr. Arnold Ages of the Toronto Chronicle Review.
Murray Zuckoff of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, and free-lance
writer Raphael Rothstein.
The CJF is the association of central community organiza-
.ederations- Welfare Funds, Community Councils ser-
ving 800 Jewish communities in the United States and Canada It
aids these communities to mobilize maximum support for the UJA
and other overseas agencies, as well as for major national and
local services involving financing, planning and operating health,
welfare, cultural, educational, community relations and other
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r'nckry. March 15, 1974
Jmlsi> fir* Minn
Page 7-C
Developer Tibor Hollo, owner
of Florida East Coast Proper
ties. Inc., has been named
chairman of National Jewish
Hospital's Diamond Jubilee din
ner in honor of Donald C. Shoe-
maker, editor of The Miami Her-
ald scheduled for Tuesday.
April 23, at the Doral Beach
Hotel. Now celebrating its 75th
anniversary, the Denver-based
respiratory disease center has
provided more than 40,330 days
of care to Florida residents re-
gardlese of their faith, race or
ability to pay- ________
Barnetf Offering
Free Booklets
Booklets offering financial man-
agement guidelines are available
free of charge at Barnett Bank of
Miami Roach, Alan E. Master,
president, has announced.
The booklets are entitled. "The
Business of Runrlng the Amertcan
Family." "Retirement: Planning
for It and Living With It." and
"The Handling of Money When
You're Single."
"These booklets are part of
Barnett's 1974 advertising pro-
gram," said Mr. Master. "We be-
lieve that the best way for Bar-
nett to increase its degree of in-
volvement with customers and to
attract new customers, is to estab-
lish itself as Florida's most reliable
and easily accessible source of fi-
nancial information, expertise and
personalized service."
CARIH Dinner Show
Breath of Life Chapter, CARIH
will have a reception, dinner and
see the Totie Fields and Florence
Henderson Show Sunday evening
at the Deauville hotel. Mrs. Sid-
ney Lebowitz is in charge of ar-
rangements.
[. City of Hope Luncheon
City of Hope Miami Beach Chap-
ter will have its annual donor
luncheon Sunday. March 24. at
the Eden Roc Hotel. For informa-
tion contact Bess Linde.
lew inner Forty
Efeanor Roosevelt chapter of
B'nai BTith will have a pre-thei-
tre dinner party Saturday night at
the Deauville hotel. Mrs. S. Sutta
is in charge of arrangements.
Diets, Poods Discussed
Ohev Shalom Sisterhood will
meet Wednesday noon. Mrs. B
JUakovsky will speak on "Diets and
Food." Refreshments will e
Served.
Sunday Gomes Party
B'nai Raphael Sisterhood is
holding a games party at the syn-
agogue Sunday itarting at 7:30
p.m.
MONTHLY MEETING-Miami
Beach Dental Society's March
meeting will Le held in the Crest
.Room of Lowe Art Museum on
the University of Miami campus
Wednesday. March 27, at 7:30
pmr The current contemporary
photography exhibit will be^n
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Friday, March IS. 1974
Kantor's Documentary On Israel
To Be Presented Bv Mizrachi Women
Monica Kahiu Mark Steimnan Wed March 10
On Sunday, at it p.m. at the
Beardwalk Plaz i i';;.<-\. u .
Nith Florida Dh
a h v g i'd < 'f pan i
rt .\i ri a v ill host a N
I."
! gj la evening of entertain
m -: will feature "Ira< I, : le R
and i he Dream." c >ated 03
photo iiirnali?) and lecturer Ron-
I K tor.
The documentary is the result of
lit years work in Israel by Kantoi
-.: togi Iher photo stories f.->i
, ... the tvorldia most prw
1,1- publications.
\ 0 on the program will bp a
lispla; of isi leli art and jewelry
will be offered for sale
1 mds raised will be used to help
the Israeli economy.
The program is presented by the
I men as part of it- ef
on behalf of Israel and will
> open to the public.
Flogier Dog Track Hosting
Shrine Circus This Weekend
Flagler Dog Track is hosting the
ihrine Circus through Sunday.
The huge parking lot on the
orth side of the track has been
onverted into a carnival with the
nain circus shows being perform-
d in the track infield. The entire
grandstand area, with the excep-
tion of the first floor, is available
'or seating.
A 5 p.m. ceremony at Temple
tin Shoiom Sunday, March 10.
,; t!;r foimer Monica Sybil
Kahn and Mark Howard Steimnan
Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated ai
the nuptials and a reception at the
, Dora! Beach Hotel followed.
Parents of the newlyweds ai
Mr. and Mrs. Werner Kahn, 446
Post Ave and Mr. and Mrs. Mas
Steinman, 7118 Bonita Dr.
For her wedding, the bride wore
a full length candlelight and lace
gown fasti ted with appliques of
Alencon lace around the bottom
of the sown, the neckline, and
around the sleeves. An attached
cathedral iencth train with lace
roses filled with seed pearls and
it matching lace hut completed the
ensemble. She carried a bouquet
ol white roses, lily of the valley
and stephanotis.
Maid of honor was Margot
Greenwald, Robin Pilzer and Bar-
Sara Schwarz served as brides-
maids and Jill Steinman as flower-
girl.
Barry Steinman and .losenh
Steinman were best men. and ush-
ers included Michael I.evine and
David Kahn.
MRS. MARK H. STtlNMAN
New Mrs. Steinman graduated
from Miami Beach Senior High
School and attended the Univer-
ty of Oklahoma. She is a mem-
National Aipha Epsilon P!ii
Sorority.
uci imsband aim graduated
fr< m Mb Senior H.jh School and
tit ruled Miami Dacte Community
College.
On their return from a honey-
n in New O:leans, the couple
will live in Miami.
Humorist Nadir
Program Topic
The Oneg Shabbos of the David
Pin.fki Club is slated for Friday
at 8 p.m.. at the Ida Fisher High
School Cafeteria, 1424 Drexel Ave.,
Miami Beach.
Subject of a talk by L. Lasavin,
author and lecturer, will be the
great Jewish humorist. Moishe
Nadir; Hilda Zucker, folk singer,
will entertain with a group of
Yiddish and Hebrew songs, accom-
panied on the mandolin by Paul
Yanovsky. Jacob Coreliek will read
from the works of Nadir.
Refreshments will be served.
Honcld Kantoi "went na ive"
le carrying out an assign
ment in the Central Sinai. H<
was doing a stcry on the
..ins.
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\JSetv Versions Of Old Favorites
Both the beet and the eggplant
Ire traditional favorites of Jew-
ish cooks especially during the
holidays.
For countless generations, the
Baking of the beet rusell. the fer-
mented beet juice has been part
fc>f the pie-holiday preparations.
The women of the family would
hover solicitously over the crock
|c: ruby red beet juice.
The perfection of this liquid is '
limportanl to the preparation of a :
Irumher of Passover dishes
fcorscht, beet juice cocktail and
|faiad dressings, for example.
And as [Or the eggplant .
Lmong the An.b; of Palestine, a
pride proved her worth by the
number of eggplant dishes she '
knew how to prepare. The popu-
ity o' this vegetable In Amer-
.] Jewish cookery was probably
Inspired bj such Israeli special-
I
Here are two vegetable recipes
|th.n will help any cook prove her
[worth. Both Holiday Beets in Or-
jange Sauce and Israeli Eggplant]
|F rs use Planters Peanul Oil
which is kosher and pareve for
Passover.
Planters Peanut Oil ;S an im-
portant iivreSiont in Jewish-style
cookery, it is the most subtle "of
the po.yunsaturated cooking oils
and wakes up the flavor oi other
ingredients.
HOLIDAY BEETS
WITH ORANGE SAUCE
2 tablespoons matio meal
2 tablespoons Planter* Peanut
oil
"'i cup orange juice
'- cup beet .mice
1 tablespoon sugar
': t tfspoon coarse t
Dash i
2 tea spoonj slivered orange peel
4 cups cooked sliced bi< Is
Combine matzo meal and Plant-
erg Peanul Oil Gi Id Dr-
ang juici Stir in b el
' salt. I PI....... sliven d or-
inge peel.
Cook, stirring until smooth and
ick< ned. Add bi i:
heal through. S rve hot, Uak E
ISSRAELI EGCVf.AN'T
FRITTER*
3 eggs
l'z cups water
2 tdbiespoens Planters Peanut
Oil
2 teaspoons coarse salt
:i teaspoon paprika
\n teaspoon pepper
1 cup matzo meal
1 medium eggplant, peeled and
thinly sliced
Potato starch
Planters Peanut Oil
Parsley
In a mixing bowl combine eggs,
rater, 2 tablespoons Planters Pea-
nut Oil. salt, paprika and pepper.
Beat with rotary beater until mix-
ture is very frothy. Beat in matzo
meal.
Coal eggplant slices on both
hI< w.th potato starch, Dip into
matzo batter. Hf batter thickens
- (I enough waer to make desired
insistency.)
Fry in deep hot C375 ) Planters
Peanut Oil until lightly browned
'urning once. Drain on paper tow-
s. Garnish with parsley, if de
'rod,
Mrs. Silvie Speronie, (left) ORT Day chairman, and pub-
licity chairman Mrs. S. Melvin Apotheker make arrange-
ments for the premiere of "L'ChaimTo Life," en ORT docu-
m;ntary film, in Gusman Philharmonic Hall with theatre
manager Troy Moran.
Premiere of Documentary
L'Cliaim To Life' March 20
of .1 landmark
|d< cum J wish peo-
irth of the
[ORT nt will be held in
h i man Philhana Hall
at 8 p.m., marking
|-i)RT Day."
Called -I'''haim To Life,"
[the film is an American entry in
Ithe European Film Festivals. It
[features Eli Wallach as narrator;
supervised by Nathan Gould,
[executive director of Women's
[American ORT. it was produced
by film maker Harold Mayer.
The film relates life as it was
for the Jewish people in Czarist
?ussia and the Soviet Union dur-
ling the past 100 years and deals
Iwith the climate out of which
lORT (Organization for Rehabili-
[tation Through Training) vocta-
Itional education movement came
|iiito existence.
The film also includes still pho-
Itographs by world famous Roman
iVishniac as well as other photo-
Igraphs and motion picture foot-
age not seen on the screen before
There will be no admission
charge, bul reservations will be
neces ary. For information on res-
ervations call Women's American
ORT
lirs. Gerald Traktman is ORT
Southeast* rn Regi in president,
Mrs. Silvie Speronie ORT Day
chairman, Mrs. Sydney Kronish
executive committee chau*nan
ind Mrs. Edward S. Schuman edu-
cation vice president.
OKI', the vocational education
program of the Jewish people,
lias trained over a million peo-
j pie since it:; inception in 1880.
Today, the" ORT network em-
< braces 22 countries on five con-
tinents and enrolls an annual stu-
dent body of more than 70.000.
Women's American ORT with
over 110.000 members in 850 chap-
ters throughout the United States
,38 chapters in Dade County) is
one of the largest groups in the
world supporting the giobal ORT
program of vocat'onal education
and training.
Prof. Capitniau
Temple Beth Am
Breakfast Guest
"We Can Clea:i Up the Econom
2 Mess We are In" "ill be the
opic of discussion at Ihe Temple
Vi Am Brotherhood Break! I
Forum Sunday at 9:30 a.m. in the
Youth Lounge.
The speaker will be Dr. Willian
'apitm-.n. author of the recen'.
test seller "Panic in the Board
room."
Dr. Capitman is professor oi
business policy at Florida Interim-
ionai University, and is president
of the Center for Research in
iCarketing. Ids ideas for economic
olutions have been both praised
and damned by the business com-
munity.
Admission for Brotherhood
aembers i- always free. The ladies
no always welcome.
Brotherhood reeakias! topic foi
Vpril 21 is "Everything You Want
d To Know About Acupuncture
Jut Didn't Know Who To Ask.''
'Colloquium on Holocaust'
Published at Dropsie U.
The "Colloquim on the Holo-
caust" presented last year by The
Dropsie University to mark the
30th anniversary of the Warsaw
Ihetto Uprising, has been pub
1: lied by the Joseph and Sally
'landleman Communications Cen-
ter for the Study of Man's Hu
manity at the university.
Included in the 5S-pase booklet
ire the presentations made at the
ill-day conference, highlighted by
ihe viewpoints of His Eminence
'ohn Cardinal Krol. Archbishop o!
Philadelphia; Dr. Salo Baron, hi?-
ortan, author and educator who
s professor emeritus at Columbh
University; and Dr. A. Roy Eck
-dt. author and educator v'< i
heads the department of religion
it I.ehigh University.
In a section on "Sources of Spir-
itual Resistance" are the talks of
Mrs. Nina Kaleska Aucrbach and
Dr. Wi liam M. Glicksman. surviv-
es of the holocaust, who related
their personal experiences in the
concentration camps.
In ad.iition to observations made
by Dr. Abraham I. Katsh, president
of Dropsie: Dr. Solomon Grayzel,
professor of history at Dr.)
and Dr. Carroll V. Newsom. former
president of New York University
and iii":ii!>:t of the Dropsie board.
the publication includes summa-
tions made by Dr. Jacob Agns, vis-
iting professor of philosophy at
Manischewitz Is More Than Matzos
We think (.' Manischewitz as
ynonymous with holiday matzos
ut let's not forge) all the ethei
narvelous Passover treats that
onie from Manischewitz!
There are Passover cakes. look
?s. Soups. Gefilte fish. Pro en
uices. Canned fruits. Condiments
Iven babj foods!
And many tempting matzo prod-
All with t'i" well known
Manischewitz sechel, All made un-
der strict rabbinical supervision,
of course,
So g i all the way in the
"Manischewitz Passover tradition."
Stork no on Manischewitz quality
food pi lucts, And be well set to
- Dm i very guesl thi '
bi i:: to your t;dd" both
.,..,.,, -I ;,..,| U| ,
Bar Mitzvah of 2 Adults
i>in ing Saturday morning in
ces al Temple Tifereth Israel,
tabbi M uricc Klein will oft
it the B'nai Mitzvah of H
fl 28, i nd Mi 'h i 1 Samuels 1"
1 nder ths supsrvision of Rabbi
:; i Bnd Samuels
I i hod what 'hey ; n un-
abl to at 1 of 13. Kiddush
wi I my,
*#"**#*** *
Walt Disney Film
Characters To
Perform Here
In connection with the opening
ii Walt Disney's film "Alice in
Wondei land1," at Wonietco The
litres Friday. April 5, the Disney
organization is sending a tour ol
Ihe characters from Disneyland
in costumes from the "Alice in
VV'ondlerland' animated feature.
The following will be in Miami
Wednesday for a one-day tour:
Alice. Tweedledee, Tweedledum,
The Walrus. The White Rabbit
and The Mad Hatter, who will be
emcee for the troupe.
On the one-day tour, the 30-
minute revue will apeear at the
Varietv Children's Hospital for
the Crippled Childifcn at 11:3C
a.m. and at the 163rd St. Shop-
ping Center at 1:15 and 2:15 p.m.
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WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT
ORGANIZATION FOR REHABILITATION
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA REGION
cordially invites you to the premier showing of a documentary film
"L'Chaim To LHe"
narrated by
ELI WALLACH
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1974, 8 P.M.
at
GUSMAN PHILHARMONIC HALL
174 L FlAGiER STRKT, MIAMI
Admission: Free
Reservations: 576-4315
Mario Pasquini
OWNER OF
The Antique Market, Inc.
is proud to communicate to all his old friends and customers
his new location is now on U.S. 1 between 128th St., and 132nd St.
just west of U.S. 1 (over the tracks)
LOADS OF ANTIQUE FURNITURE FOR YOUR SELECTION
Also
PRINTS PAINTINGS CLOCKS BRIC-A-BRAC
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Friday, March 15, 1974
Mrs. Fehleiikreis
Named Chairman
Of Luncheon
Mrs. George Feldenkreia, vice
president of the Hebrew Academy
Women, has been named general
chairman <>f the organization's
Binyan-Brick luncheon which will
mark the 26th anniversary of the
auxiliary of the Greater Miami
' Hebrew Academy.
The luncheon and fashion show
is scheduled for Wednesday,
March 27. at noon in the Eden Roc
Hotel. Mrs. Leonard Adler. is
president of the Hebrew Academy
Women.
Young Sophisticates, owned by a
T ,, ., T i r. former Hebrew Academy parent.
Look-rig over suggested floral designs for the Temple Emanu- I Mrs JeiTJf Sorlick wi presem a
El Sisterhood's 31th anniversary luncheon Wednesday in ; fashion show previewing
the Friedland Ballroom, are these leaders of the Miami
Beach congregation (from left) Mrs. Benjamin Beloff. presi-
dent of the Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood; Mrs. Mickey
Taines; Mrs. Irving Cypen, chairman of the Patrons Commit-
tee for the luncheon; and Mrs. Armando Gerstel.
1974
ummer styles.
Proceeds from the luncheon
will be used to equip the library
in the new Merwitzer Building
which serves the Junior and sen-
ior high schools of the Gi eater
Miami Hebrew Academy
Mr. and Mrs. Feldenkreis are ac
tive leaders for the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund and for State of Israel
Going over plans for the March 27 Binyan-Brick Luncheon
at the Eden Roc Hotel, which will mark the 26th anniversary
of the Hebrew Academy Women, are these leaders of the
auxiliary of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy (from
left to right) Mrs. Bernard Edelstein, reservations chairman;
Mrs. George Feldenkreis, general chairman; Mrs. Moreno
Habif, cochairman; and Mrs. Hyman Chabnsr, ticket chair-
man.
Bonds. She is president of the
Cuban Hebrew Congregation Sis-
terhood and has played a key role
hi numerous Hebrew Academy
; f Sisterhood's 34th Anniversary
Luncheon Celebration March 20
Record attendance is assured I religious, educational, youth and
for the 34th anniversary luncheon cultural programs,
of the Temple Emanu-El Sister- Mrs. Irving Cypen. chairman of
hood, scheduled for Wednesday the Patrons Committee, and Mrs ,
noon in the temple's Friedland Koreteky have spearheaded a sue- j e\enls including last December's
Ballroom, according to Mrs. Murry cessful campaign which has en- annuaj scholarship fund dinner of
Koretzky, general chairman. rolled more patrons than ever be- wWch ,h(, and ner husband were
Interest mounted in the cele- "),v in lne yearly luncheons, ac 10Chairnwn
bration. at which the celebrated cording to Mrs. Benjamin Beloff, '
I. ..choir of the University of Mi- President oi Sisterhood.
irm, with news that The anniversa y evi l also will
mented join in tribute to Dr. and Mrs. Irv-
'Gourmet iloui" at 11 a.m. fn ma I.eh man, who have served the
patrons of the luncheon. con n for 30 years, Mrs,
Pati ns a e women contribut- Koretzky pointed out.
$25 for the luncheon, with Reservations for the luncheon,
ptOCi to the Sisterhood's which is open to the community,
steadily expanding program of as- are available at the temple office
sUtance to Temple Emanti-EIY. or from all committee members.
nings
13

ABU HOLTZ
JUDGE NORMAN GAUNT
Academy Names Holtz, Ciment To
Head Pro-Am Tennis Tournament
Registration For
Fall ECD-Day Care
Program Now Open
Mrs. Helen Weinstock, super-
I visor of the YM-YWHA Early
Childhood Development Day Care
Program, announces the openinc
of registration for the September
1974 semester for children 2'..
thru 5 years of age.
The program provides young
children with a wide range of ex-
periences in art. music, science,
dramatics, perceptual auditory.
visual and motor activities, com-
munication and listening skills and
complete readiness for first grade.
Carefully selected and profes-
sionally trained certified teachers
help children achieve independ-
ence. Learning Jewish values and
traditions through creative experi-
ences are an integral part of the
l program as are educational field
trips which help the child learn
first hand about the community in \
which he lives.
The YMHA preschool experi-
ence is an educational supplement
to the home, making possible those
experiences which promote social,
physical, emotional and intellec-
tual development. All the experts
' agree that the formative years are
vitally important in developing pos-
I itive attitudes and habits, security
and a healthy sense of self-esteem
without which no later success is
LUNCHEON Social work-
ers, personnel managers and em-
ployers are invited to the
Wednesday noon luncheon of the
Governor's Committee on Em-
ployment of the Handicapped at
Pub Restaurant, 3500 Coral Way.
A discussion of lung problems
as a deterrent to employment by
Dr. Charles rate, chief, Pulmon-
aiy Diseases, I'-.M Medical
School, will be featured,
a -it
ELECTED Robert A. Cal-
ender and Glenn M. Runyan
wi e recently elected assistant
vice preside nts ol Barnett Bank
of Miami Beach, according to
Alan E. Master, president and
chief executive officer.
U6AL NOTICE
Abel Holtz, president and board of the school, has been in the fore- .
tlT^fi ? 5Mk f Miami front of benefittJng T v J
Beach, and Judge Norman Ciment. rah Judaism organizations. He Is g"Vf*"* r
Miami Beach attorney and forme,- a member of the Tourist Devel-! f ,e sma," and ehl,dren
City councilman, have been named cement Authority of the Citv of! 3re !u "" a Jirst C,me' first
chairman and cochairman. respec- Miami Beach 'served bas,s- For information
lively, of the first Greater Miami1 I phone Mrs. Helen Weinstock at!
Hebrew Academy Pro-Am Tennis Bo,h men are ardent tennis ,ne Central 'Y' or Mrs. Sheila
Tournament. players, and active on numerous I We'ner at the North County
Thoir >iw.n... sports and community committees. Branch.
chairman of thn H;. Abrams- all ages in South Florida inspired
^-ViSTSUS meent'dea f ^ ^^
the South's largest Hebrew day i
"I*01- Details of the meet will be
Firtel and Abrams said funds worked out by a committee being
realiied from the tennis tourney ,orm(; used f^.h thll ?Pring' W1 b* ?Cn,i T.he coPeration of the
the ul scholarship fund ot f eater Miami entry, the Florida
New Officers
BBW Council
To Be Installed
Miami Beach Council B'nai
B'rith Women will hold its instal-
lation at 12:15 p.m. Tuesday. April
....,,, eniry, n,e Morida 2. at the Chase Federal Hospital-
ine Hebrew Academy, a benefi-1 Flamingos, in the new profes- ity Room
$mxss"M'* bustT h- i ^aawsa rr
HnI. __________. ot "'strict 5. will be guest speaker
onz is an officer of Temple--------------------- and will conduct the ceremony in-
fcmanu-Ei a national leader or WomentO Double Features ducting the new slate.
B nai B'rnli and a Founder of the nn,iki < rBU"res Headed by Mrs Milton sanHc
Mount Sina, Medical Center'm at ^WomSattW S^^^^^S
Miami Beach. He is active in nu- ,ess Fiehters" and "Th a ?.'. )eniura' L Vlce President; Mrs.
*.... MmUp ^ZSKCZ "- "I"SSL* m Z,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-1388
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
In RE: Estate of
A A K<>.\ KI.Kl.V.
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona
Having Claims or Demand!
_ Against Said Estate:
You arc hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may hay,, against the ,
late of AARON KLEIN, deceased late
of Dade County, Florida, to the Circuit
Dade County, Florida, to the Circuit
Ju<1kc-s of Dade County, anil file the
saniH in duplicate ami as provided In
Bectlon Ttt.lt, Florida BUtutes, In
their offices in the County Courthouse
in Dade County. Florida, within four
calendar months from the time of the
first nuhliiatlon hereof, or the sami
will be barred.
Filed at .Miami. Florida this 12th
day of March. AD 1974
RA1.I V KLEIN1
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the l.-.th day of March. 1S74
David 8. Kr.Miu.r.
Attorney for Executrix
r.n Lincoln ltd
Miami Reach. Fla 3.1139
"11-1241
,___________________________8/15-22
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
.MStW|> ACTION NO. 74-1370
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
MITTIF GRACE TTI.T MAN
and
nORRV TH.I.MAN-
TO: HOHRV TM.I.MAN
c/o Edward I,ockhart
in 3rd Avenue
Vldlla. OeorKia
OI' ARE IIFHIcnV NOTIFIED that
s petition for Dissolution of your Mar-
riage has been filed and onmmcnocc
n this court and you are required
to serve a Copy of your written de-
fenses. In any. to it on Arthur S Da-
vis. Eao. attorney for Petitioner.
whose address Is 19 West Flac'er
S'r,"f"c.,M,."n "*" "uildlnV ML
ami. FJorVJa. S1U0 and file the orlir-
inal with the clerk of the ahoye styled
court on or hefore Anrll 19. 1974- other-
wise a default will he entered against
you for the relief nrayed for In the
comnlalnt or netltion.
This notice shall be nubllshed once '
each week for fntir conse-o.ive weeks
in twr 'WISH KIOPmiAV
V-ITNESS mv hand and the seal of
M,,7I x! Ml.an" p,nrlrta -n
1.1 day of March 1974
Rlrt* R,n P ""INKER
A Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Cmintv Flnrljo
"v R. J. POY
-, 'As Deniity Clerk
'.^!^1" r"nr SeH
v iTFn!1 s nAV,s-
Miami. Fla Tel: 35-?3Rft
S/1S-22-M 4/5
view; program will include a
talk by Paul Thompson, assist-
ant curator.
tt -to tf
STUDENT PRODUCTION
The students and teachers at Riv-
iera Junior High School are com-
bining their talents to produce
the Riviera Review Friday at 8
p.m. in the school auditorium,
1030! SW 48th St. The Review
will bo highlighted by such acts
i an original ballet intcrpreta- ,
tion of Swan Lake. Judo. Rivi-
era's "Dancing Dolls," singing by
Brenda Doss and piano selec-
tions by Elisabeth Rivero, Tick-
eta maj be purchased at the
door.
# V V
IP BENEFIT The United
Cerebral Pals) Association of Mi-
ami v ill hold a Celebrity Galf
and Tennis Tournament at Jacar-
anda Country Club Friday, ac-
cording to A. Anthony N'oboa,
president. Slated to paiticipate
:n 'he charity sports event are
Dolphins' middle linebacker Nick
Buno:)conti and his wife, Terry,
.Mickey Rooney. The Lucanto
Boys, and Woody Woodbury. The
tournament, which is open to the
public, is being conducted in
conjunction with the 1974 Celeb-
rity Telethon for Cerebral Palsy.
if ir it
CONFERENCE Savannah,
Ga.. will serve as the host city
for the annual Southern Region-
al Conference of the Hebrew Day
School movement, which will
take place Sunday through Tues-
day, according to an announce-
ment issued by Torah Umesorah
the National Society for He-
brew Day Schools.
Rabbi To Discuss
Role of Women
At Beth Torah
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, Rabbi of
Beth Torah Congregation will be
he guest speaker at the Mollle
Kahaner Sister-
hood meeting
Wednesday.
Rabbi Lip-
schitz, who re-
cently attended
a meeting of
the Law Com-
mittee of the
Rabbinical As*
sembly, will de-
liver a paper to
his congregants.
The topic will
b e, "Women's
Role At Beth Torah Our Rabbi's
Decision."
Rabbi Lipschitz will state his
views' on the status of Jtewish
women with regard to participa-
tion in minyan, aliyot, home and
synagogue.
All interested men and women
of the community are invited. The
meeting will be held at 8:15 in the
temple's social hall.
Sisterhood President is Mrs. Nat
Siesser; Mrs. Harvey Baxter and '
Mrs. Betty Segal are in charge of
program.
Rabbi Lipschitz
m
in
To-
10-
ie-
md
'he
he
IS
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lay, March 15, 1974
rJenist fkridfiar
Page 11-C
Obituaries
IHBINDER
Hit" Crystal of Miami 'or ll" n-i
v .< i -. died U'ni Mar 8 at Bo
Hnapltal. Kim-al Service* u.h-
kid Fri. J*>r 8 at "TlH^am
\\A-r Douglas I!.I VWnTT
chbinder orlglnaltv from N v .
put muoh of ht'i- lif.' as an ae-
In the Theatr. Her stage
was Anita Crystal, She re-
graduated Summa rum i<\<
Miami-Dado Junior College
>li. ed li
ii i amba PI Honor Society Bhe
a member of Bath David Con-
;iiiin where die wa currently
nii.iling a hlstorj >>f the congre.
|tl"ii. Sirs. Buchblnder i* aurvlved
son, Mark Buchblnder, ,.,
pi ne> prai tli ins. law In Miami.
r daughter, Heidi Buehbinder
loenf. Id "i S;m Antonio, T<
|r ii. ithi r, M Ri i.....fl I !r> atal,
brother, Edward Cn 'tal. her
tii i-. Mrs E Iher Abi amnu Iti and
ti nnddaughtera The f in i n
i mi iniir. '
I
' In ater Miami Bull, paj I'
In.
tl!N
bin 86, nf Miami !!-: h,
Thurad ly March 7 Mr /
in.- Florida from \". w York
i; Hi Baal i i Idi I
>li i ",i Nntloi i' I '. ''. .1
krnber I the Elk* I odgi Noi M
Club, Police Era
rn.il Organisation. Temple Mo-
frnh, and a l of Aai nclat. ri
II. \t survived by Ins wife
., .. i: i "heater of Tamna:
|.. brother*. Mnrrli of Brooklyn,
..f Sin..kin Pa., ami Ben "f
Laud, rdal I threi
,1m., Sam rate n and Fri.....-
i ; '\ and >' ...in.'
, :,i..,- ..f Pi I nuderdale Bei
~ were held sun.in-. March lo,
. Rlvei Ide Chanel, '-'"" N'or-
., ,i, pr \. iiii Interment in Ml
| metery,
Ir'-tein. Ma- v. ii a 80, ..f Hal-
:. Riverside,
JOSS. Merlon M.. 72. of No. Miami
,. ,b. Riveralde
Kkn. Prank M 7::. of Miami
iiii. rment Mi Bli al
[chman. Henrietta "f Miami
p. ,,.-ii Riv. rslde
ipPER. Aaron, 88, "f 1543 Cleve-
emi Rd, Blasherg. Interment Mt.
(eslow. Kate 81. of 1741 Colllna
A\ Blaabi
IRSCH. Arthur "V of NO Miami
. Blaaberg ,
i|or,EWS. Theodore Robert, 88. of
>,,. ,i rjnrdon. Intermeni Mt Nebo.
nold. Emanuel O in, of Miami.
fiiv, ralde I i-> rmeni Mt, Sinai.
fcn\j. Charles of X" Bay VHlaaTe.
L'i c-.N. I" William 'if Hallandala.
Ioh en'. Samuel t Halladale
KAPLAN. Paul. 7. of Mo Miami
p., ach Rl> eralde. .
LEVIN Havld _'. i>f Miami Tieacn.
k,; veralrte intermeni Mt Nrto.
FFENHENDEN. Dora. 15. of Miami
Tp.en.-h Rlvi ralde mtarment Mt.
Jaw! Josepl O., 77, of Hallandala.
eeralde. _., f
Ilverstein, Blanche is. "'
Miami Beach. RIvoraMo
Jnth. Samuel of Brooklyn. N.T.
Riveralde, ... .
JBES. Charli .-. 88. ol Miami.
Gordon interment mi. Blnal,
BERK. Sainuei ..I No Miami Levitt.
Delin. Benjamin of Hollywood,
I Vl 11
LAWFORD, Seymour. 58, of .Miami
Ha< li. UlvertUl.
t-ITMAN. D*vl.T*l.n. r>f No: Miami
Beach Levitt,
MILSTKIN, laldore. 0. of No, Miami
Beach Riveralde,
mosler. Herman mo :,<. ,,f
Pennsylvania, Levitt.
ROLNick. Ida ol Miami Beach,
Levitt,
. 8TUTZ, Cecelia, 7". of Hollywood,
Riven
WEISMAN. Mlaa Betty I! of No.
Miami Rlveral
WiNKLErt. William, 7". of Miami
Hi acli l..\ eraidi Intel mi m Mt
Sinai,
GOOUMAN, Samuel, 74, of N"o Ba:
\ II.i :. Rlvi ralde.
harms. Anna. 88, of Miami Beach.
Riveralde
miller. Sophie, BS, of Minml Beach.
Uii ralde
NELSON, i nte
Park, l. vltt.
ROZIN. Arthur, 71. of 1088a Bay
Harhoi Dr Blaabera
WEISS. Eathi r, 7-. I Miami Bern h.
BORAK. Samuel of Miami Beach.
Levitt
BERUS. Mr* Anne, 7:>. of Miami
II i'li i Eivel -nit-
butterweich. Samuel, 7", of
Sum iv. I'la i lordon
CIMBLER. Miguel, 77 of Miami
i: ... h. Riveralde Inti rment Mt.
Sinai.
MiRaKY. Ricky, 60, of No." Miami.
Rlvi i
ORSHANSKY. All \. 85. of Miami
I:....li 'i.irdoii
PEASE I'm derick, 84, << Miami.
Rlvei aide,
rheingold, IrvlnR (Richard) 88.
>r 310(1 sw I6th si ';.Mi.in.
Interment Star of David.
ROSENBLUM, Abraham, 87, of
Miami Beach, lin' ralde
SILVERSTEIN, Aaron. 71. of N'o.
Miaiii Beach Riveralde.
WEINSTEIN. Sarah, m. of Miami
Bench, Riveralde. Interment Star
of I BLAZAN. Pauline. B0. "f Miami
Beach Riveralde
BLOOM Fay. 71. of 9674 N'W l"th
.\\ Rivet siil.
BROSS. Fannie. 64, of :::'"! Cnllina
Ave Blaabera
dweck. Jack, 69, of Miami Beach
,\.-\' ma n.
GOLDBERG. Ri i 66, of Miami
Beach x. u man.
GOLDSTEIN. Benjamin, 66. of X".
Miami Beach
KABRAN David, 80, ..(Miami Beach.
Riveralde,
klein. i' irry, 81. of Miami Bi at h.
R|>. ralde
klor. i ou 7 of 1788 Colllna
Ave !'.asli.ru.
KOKIN M.'m 77. Ol I'-'' Jefforaon
Ave Blaabi rg.
ROSEN. Paul R 7. "( Miami Beach.
Newman.
SEIDENBERG. Oacar 61, if 810
Colllna Ava, Blaaberg,
SHAPIRO. Ohiaela. 73. of 1401
Colllna Ave. Blaaberg.
WEISSMAN, Hattle, 75, of S165 PW
::7(h Lane Riveralde.
REUBEN, David, 7".. .'( Miami
Beach, Newman
BAKER. Sonla I... fill, ill No. Miami
Beach. Levitt
Cohen, Dr. Aaron J.. <*. of No.
Miami. Levitt Interment Mt,
MATHEWS, Al, Of Miami. I-evltt.
Intermeni Mt Blnal, i
WEINSTEIN, Isiili.i. 82, of Miami
Beach Riveralde,
WILKS. Ida, 74. ..I Miami. Gordon
block. Saul. 84, "f 1340 Lincoln
IM. Riveralde.
DOBROFSKY, Jacob, 78, Of No. Mi-
ami Beach. Blaaberg.
KAPLUS. Alb. ii \V 50, of 1041'0
SH :00th Terr Riveralde.
BELZER, Morrla, s:. of Miami nench
Gordon
CHAIKIN, Morrla, I m. of Miami
Beach Rlvi n Ide
DONCHIN. Louia, 69, ..( Ft. LaudOT-
dale, Riveralde
honig. Bei trie 58. of No. Bay
]. i Riveralde.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER F'CTITIOUS
NAME LAW
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. 74-65,'5
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
Al lbn R. nm.i.irs
Hueband
and
DOliriTHY 1 Pim.T.TPS
Wife
TO: DOROTHY I PRILUPI
:'vt'i Longvlew
Baginaw. Mich
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dlaaolutlon "f Mar-
riage lias been fib rt agalnat you ami
Mai ar< reouln 6 to nerve i.....pv of
your written defenae if any, to It
.at stai ley E. < Itornej foi
Petition! r, whose addi i N \\"
62nd Street, Miami. Florida, and fll
mi- original with the clerk of the
Bin ve tyl -' courl ......r hi ron
April 20. 1974: Ihet i fault
u ill hi len .1 na ilnal you (
lief demand! I in II......imp alnt
name law relief demandi i In II.....mplalnl or
NOTICE IS HBREin (I1VEN thai petition,
I, underaigned, dealrlna lo eni Thl notice Khali be imbl
in by-'i, ki undi r the fictitlou | I fou ecul
ol TEMPTATIONS at SO In THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIA?
Road, Miami Beach, Florida Inteiida RICHARD P HHINKER,
atei ald name w Ith < .\ i ult
i,r thi i i "ourl of I'.hI, i "ounl i
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
)pen Svtrr Day C'oi< So*bofh
10 $W 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Miami's Only Strictly Je-'h
- Monument Dealrr
friendship...
means someone cares
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
Strawi in* Ita :", Cominunlt| since 1938
DO'
CONSERVATIVE
PE'ORM SERVICES
I iKe Corto-i I
Jjr.psB Goi*lcr.
:nt3,3Si33 &
\ Palmer's
Miami Monument Cor.ip'ir./
I 327? S.W. 8th Street, Miant'
I 444-0921 444-0922
Closed On The Sabh, ll.
?ersonalirod Memoriols Custt m
frnft"d In f>nr Own Wnrlxnap.
Jievill
[fYlemoriaJ Chapel
JEWISH ruw-i Dif.tcross"
LOCAL AND OUT OF STATI
ARRANGEMENTS
t33S W. PIXIE HWY.. N.M.
rjEFFER
''.i vhiai HflMKS. i\t:.
Rtpie
Fl NKRAl. IIOMK.S. INC.
DIRECTORS:
li .v." Jetter
Medwin Jetter Alvin Jettor
188-11 HILLSIDE AVE, HOLLIS. L.I.
1283 CONEY ISLAND AVE. BKLYN.
212/776-8100
13385 W DIXIE HWY.MIAMI
305/947-1185
Repitssnied by Sonny levitt. f D.
625 S OLIVE AVE. WPALM BEACH
305/833-4413
Rtpiesented by PhUip Weinstein. F 0.
Chapels available in all
ommunilies in New YoiK and
throuqhout 'be Miami
W Palm Beach areas
Florida.
I'i.i; E ''' 'RSI i\ INTERIOR
DESIGNS, INC
, Alum Rl a.l
M m Hi Florida S3IS8
Sllllt1 \:\ WOOLF
Attoi ney for O
42(i I Ineoln Road. Suite S11
Miami Beach, Florida
:; 15-22-29 I 5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
VnTIi E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underaigned, dealriiiR i" i naraae In
huaineaa under the flrtitinuK name of
fl il I IXSWORTH, \'li:i Si'V
SIEGMEISTER al number 128 S.E
i Street, In Ihi City of Miami
Florida. Intenda i" repriater aaid name
with the Clerk ol Ihe Circuit Court
nt i lade i'i'uiiin Florida.
Dated al Miami. Florida, il*--- nib
das ni March. 1874
CNS FINANCIAL CORPORATION
:, Fjo i,i. roroi ral Ion
Bj ; w Mi ade 'ollinp;i ivorth,
preaidenl
MICHAEI .1 GKTKi MAN. ESQUIRE
Attornej for Applicant
I2 g E Si rond Street
Miami. Florida 38181 --^':-'^-,lj 4 .
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERE1IY GIVEN M.M
ihi underalaned. dealrlnp naate itj
hiiin..iu mi.br the flctitliUH name oi
V l'iKN BRICK DECORATION
rOMPANY at 21*1 s W nib Terrace
Miami. Florida '' ''""* "' /;?
Inter aald name with the Clerkpf the
Circuit Courl of Dnde County. Rorida,
Nlcholos Bay* %,,.w t -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE TS HEREBY fSIA'EN that
Hi. iindoisiKn.il dealrlna- to enaraae ir,
bualneaa under the notlUoua name ol
M I STATK DISTRIBTTOR8 at IS5
Weal 7Sth Place, Hlaleah. Florida
33012 Intenda to realatar atld name
with ih.- Clerk of the Circuit Court
,,f bade i niiiiiv. Florida.
E. M. Bea-all ^ mm
;.,-22-29 4/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW _.
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
underaigned. dealrlna to enaaae In
- under the ncMtloua name oi
si-, MOl'R WEINSTEIN A As>"' ;
ATES al 5531 S W STth Avenue. Mi-
ami. Florida
ter aald nam
nil Court
Ida.
Sej ni'.ur \\
Intend* to
. wiili Ihe Clerk
of Dade Counts
res,fc-
( th-
Klur-
Inateln
3 15-22-29
l ".
gunercti'6/iG/xt
AMTLI fAHHIHa IN THl AUI
HUttx.:*., <..i *kt?.i
mmnrmm** <--"*
UaM
865-2353
720 Seventy First StrI
Ol /- <* Ok Dri'f
0.1 aU f*Mh
4CINI*H0NIOf JUV1CI
IN
MIAMI
BEACH |
,W-'i
Coll JEfferson 1-7677
FUNERAL HOUE
1333 DADE BOULEVARD
Edward T. Newmon. F.D.
NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal
. u I. i-Kltri i .I. deali na
undei ihe fii-iiii..i. i ime of
vi:\ktian Fl ow ki: shop .
i\ |2th Avenue. Hlaleali i
- .... i raaiati r aald nami
v it, the Herk of the Circuit n
unts. Florida,
Miada Aacano
8/1B-22-23 I 3
NOTIC UNDFR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Oil EN Ih H
In, underalam d, dealrlna b
i,u.-iin-- under Ihe fletll ma
,..- ri'l'SI-RK HOI'SE Si HTM
MIMM HIT at T50I E, Treaauri
\ Raj Village Intends '
iii.i name with the Clerk ni
,-,,. ,, ult r, urt ol Dadi Cou
Florida. ,
(i .-i v Frankel
David s Rumble
vi..'"' foi ronllcant
' ""'" M 81S-S2-29 l/S
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the iii'.l. rala-ned d. irln to naaae In
hnalneai! under Ihe flctltlona n
RESEARCH AND DESIGN IN<
. nrnher l9 Eaal Flajtler pirei b
the Cits "f Miami. Florida nti 'i.u i
Ihe i 'et*
, i- |PI Cln Ult Courl ol Dade Counts-.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thli T day
of March 1974, _
ROBERT I! WHITE, Prealdi it
ROBERT R. WHITE
1082 duPont Building
Miami. Florida H3131 (7 7<
Attorney for Applicant^ ^.......^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY I'.IVKN that
thf Underaigned. desirin!- to .'lience In
buslnoHM und.r Ihe BetltUma hj "[
JOEl- HARVEY ASSOCIATES al
I'd BOX 380811. i Jua 3811 .nl'in''
to register said name With the Clerk
of ilie Circuit Court oi Dade County.
i .- i
i:. ,' i- VND
n nil rk
| r ult Court Bl all
i
AS N.W. I ; -
Mian I. Floi '
Attoi in v for Pi tllloner m
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THI
ELEVENTH JUCfCIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COl'NTV
PROBATE DIVISION
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
|n RE' Eatnl of
SARAH KAPI AN,
Hlnm all.I All l'.>-"ii
,,,.. ,., n, i.....nls Agalnat Saul
Votf'nr* hereby notified I I '
nuired In "" aenl anj i laimn and ne-
manda which von mat have
, ,., 0f SARAH K.M'I A
,,-,,1 Inn -i Dndi I .......,
r n uli Judgea of Dad. i ounty.
in.l file Hi" "ame In 'In;;!;,';'" ,;;",;;
nnmvlded n Sectloi
siai...- In their ^Jy* In the fjw
u Courthouae In Dad.....nun
, "uhln four falendar month*
Filed al Miami Florida, thli I day.
"'^'"nl.'vsJvnivAN
\. Adminlatrntrlx
nra nubllcatior, of thli not.......r,
I is das of March. 1974.
i-l'-l' M li Sll VIT'I \N .
Vttornes for Admlnlatratrtx
, Robert n Building
Miami. Florida s ,s.2j
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
' OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBTE D VISION
PROBATE NO. 74-7.6
IV RE: ESTATE F
HATTIB WEISMAN
""'"NOTICE OF PROBATE
-HF STATE OF FLORIDA: _.,..
TO \ 1 11 rVliSON S INTERESTRT) IN
?HE ESTATE OF SAID DECEDB?rT
1 v!.n ir. b. .-by notified that a writ-
ten in>iinm."i nurportlna ...
^der,%'a.\e7n,"Td^V^'todnJ-
h.i in aald Court. You are herebs
?.^^rof-{e:
' 94 sis a13S
ra^h^r^rtr..;
"M IMS IT'S
Circuit Courl Judge
Pll 'ii \ oi, r RRINKER ci ira
';;,.,.us f PASTORFIEI.D
Deuty C'erk
FAI'NCE. FINK ft FORMAN
Miami. Fin
ihe 15 dav ofMarcl ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NH 74.1*41
J. GWYNN PARKER I
NOTICE TO CHED'TORS
In RE: Eetati
BENJAMIN O. ZIRIN
ib-i euaed
To All Crednw*am1 All pprson*+Iav-
ing Clalnu or Demands Agalnat Said
Batale:
Vim are hereby notified and re-
quired in nr.'si'iii anv i-ialtn ltd de-
iiiaini- uhi. ii you mav ha 1 again 1
th< lati of BENJAMIN O, : '' iv
.1,, aaed late of Di de 'ounty, F
to the Cln uil Judg. v nf Dad* I iun-
iv. and file ihe aam. In duplicate and
as provided In Section 7'::: 18
iila Rtatutea, In their ofl
1 ounly c. urthouxe In Dad. Cout 'v.
Florida within fou ri ha
from the I
li, r. ,,t. ,,' 1 be bnrred
Filed nl v .: y
. 1 March, A.D 1974
VRI BE F ZIRIN
I VV RENTE \ ZIRIN
Is
ii /1
SPAKBEIi. ZEMEI ROSI.
HEU Uil IN.' I A> I KARP
PRl 'I !' SKI.'1 '. i.-;' 'IATH >N
A1 i"i net foi 1.
inn Noi I ulevarcl
Florida
3 15-22 ..
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JL'DICAL. CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO 7--6r41
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE the Mm
. "A R \ Il 'MN.-'
Illl-
Pi
anil
DORIS JOHNS! IN
Ream di
,-, i, i| ,|i .s. i\
1 '. lr|, M, own 1
\. >' \':i: HEREBY notified lhal a
Petition for D\t
u iu .....
herebs r. auln ri Ken. n 1 "i" nf
your an- er nr other 1
1.
JOHN J GAI I i
dn a* In 14.14 S" \'> I7H Avei u< Ml>
ami. Florldi
11.il Hiii, tin I'. ..( ihe above
ntyled Courl on or before Ihe -' day
ol April. 1974. or .1 Default Hill be
entered ago n* I 'i
DATED thlx y
RICHARD P BRINKER
1 1 I,, > -ni ...it'
llv C P '' IPBI ND
DEPl'TY il l"l!_l<
74
'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUOIC'AL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCfV CARE NO. 74.6625
NOTICE Tfl OFFFMD
GENERAL 'C'SDICTION
DIVISION
IN RE THE ,] M'RI '': "l'' !'|;I ^
i: vmii:i:/ ..... \" ""'' ""'
civni: ESDI'ARDO ROJ !
BAND
'v;x!' ,.. v ... .-.....
Oi-lubre 881, Via Blanca-Mabo
I,,,,., eni'- are he ehi noi
your if. filed a i" '.....n '
,1,-.,.inn, and 'l nu ni'' 'iini'.i
,,, rile your anawer or other reanonalva
.. |ir. m th Ih. I< rl of
thle court, and aerv. a cony tl
upon J C 1 an--. I. 9959 N W. ,
k<..... Miami Florida y< m
attorney, on or before tt Aorll 1911,
otherwlae a Default for ihe rellel
., ,,, 1 1 v ill he enter, rl ngd nal you
Oat. ii March 3. Il 74, Miami. Flor-
Rlehard !' Brlnker.
Court
pv : p Ci IPEI AND, DC
;; 15-22-29 ^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY C.l> EN hat
the underaigned dealrlna
nbu" TnC '
BEI ITE M '' HIM Rl CO t-
nl number 169 1 si
,,: Mlnm For
to rcgl ," '',
nil 1 .mil "i Daai
F,Da'?ed al Miami, riorida
;,,BMEnRrThRWHITE Pr.ald.nf
ROBERT R ^ HITE
uPonI Building
Miami. Florida
Attorney for AnpMcani ,x|_jt.j, -,
eel. in
. ii
he Clerk
Count]
Ibis ?
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
KOTTCE IS HEREBY fin i.N that
Ih underaigned,
mVln s- under the fie :U8pna"w.1,fh
fjRtiCERI at >34 Boat "
. Hialeah. Florida 3301 fl ln-
aakJ name withith
;:,',',.,, of in. Circull Courl ol Dade
County. Florida. .
ri |m I Cnatlllo in I
(049 S \v 197th Sire. 1
Mli ml. Florida
Claudli A Recto 5^
3<" East 12th Stteel
Hialeah. PoH-*M.M ,
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PRCPERTYl
IN THE CIRCU'T C-il'RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA 'N AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
C'VIL ACTION NO. 74.66S4
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARR'AOE
IN RH IAGE OF
. ipo vi, v HRRRERA,
ri Petl
sol ,,,;;', m.va '-/. HRRRERA.
'""'
-, Mm Sob dal \\ Het era
1 itealdi :> I'likn iw n 1
,], ..... lui
,. ... reouired in ,,,,., u-rll len d. f. "- *. '' "
l.;,".:i ii 1 FRMO SX'TCH1
n foi P .. 'J"
. v '.v ith wenui M n Flor-
ida and file th.
I, ,1, ,11 the ahovi 1
. : nth.
default will be entered againal you
for th' rVl" Wi in Ih. com-
,,.,,,;:...... 1 ....;;.;
1, THI IFV IS IAN-
\V|f> ESS mi hi id and ll 1 ai ..1
... m .ml, Florida '">
u v tin. 1 Mnrel .
RICHARD P BRI> I
\- .
Had, Count! Florida
r> p .1 w 'i SON
A 1 nut) "lerh
: 1 Court Senll
Oulllermn Sotehtn. Eanulre
1..1 N W 12 Avenu.
Miami. Florida 33129 (324 I
Attorne> for Petltlone^ K : -
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
thr underaigned, dealrlna to emrag. n
business under ihe (i.lii'.'iis num.- of
MARINE COATING CORP. d h ;i
TECHNICOIjOR at 8M NW <">>
Street Miami. Florida 38142 Intenda
.^'m'ar.necoatini^i^p^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Mi, underrlgn. d, deairing to engage in
hnatneaa under the flotltloua name of
OTTER INTERIOR at 44..r. \\ .-s tin
Avenue Hialeah, Florida intenda to
real ter aald name with th. CJr of
th. Circull Court of Dad. 1 ounty,
Florida.
Tereslta Martiner
4t:,-. West 4lh Avenue
Hial.ab. Florida 22_2s

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+Je*i$t> fhrktSar
Friday, March 15, 1974
We is a good Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father.
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
v
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
not be forgotten. By planning ahead, decisions can be made
calmly. They can be made without emotional pressure.
They can be made wisely, and they can be made together
as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
your family, we urge you to do so now. In this way, you
can be certain that your family will not suffer needlessly.
' we invite you to see out bronze mmohiais ar sokham,
MASTU CftAETSMEN IN SILVER AND BI0NZE
__"'*MI'9 MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETERY
5505 Northwest 3rd Street


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