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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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"elewish Flaridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY mi THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 47 Number 12
Miami, Florida Friday, March 22, 1974
Three Sections
Price 25 cents
}Fascist Artukovic Lives in California Sunshine
Los Angeles (JTA) A Yugoslavian war criminal responsible
for the savage murders of countless Jews, Serbs and others during
the Nazi occupation of his homeland in World War II is living com-
fortably in Surfside. Calif., after successfully avoiding imprisonment,
deportation or extradition, according to the report in the Feb -March
issue of Israel Today, a bi-monthly published here.
The paper identified the man
as Andrija Artukovic. a leader of
the fanatic Croatian terrorist or-
ganization. Ustashi. whom the
Nazis appointed Minister of In-
terior of the Croatian Puppet
Regime in 1941.
DOROTHY H. ROCHMIS, writ-
ing in Israel Today, says that
Artukovic, now 74, has been des-
cribed by the Consulate General
of Yugoslavia as "one of the worst
war criminals in the history of
mankind, responsible for the mur-
Kreisky Leading
Socialist Group
In Israel Meeting
TEL AVIV (JTA) There
were mixed feelings here over
the arrival of the Socialist Inter-
national delegation from Europe
headed by Austria's Chancellor
Bruno Kreisky last week.
The Socialist International is
still regarded as a major inter-
national forum where Israel's
voice is heard and which regards
Israel as an important member.
BUT THERE is no secret that
Israel has lost considerable sup-
port among this group, once one
of its staunchest allies, and feel-
ings still run high here against
Chancellor Kreisky. despiteor
possibly because ofhis Jewish
origin.
Kreisky was the object of bit-
ter criticism in Israel shortly be-
fore the Yom Kippur War when
he decided to shut down the
Jewish Agency's transit camp for
Soviet emigres at Schoenau Cas-
tle near Vienna and refused to
be moved by Premier Golda
Meir's personal plea to reverse
Continued on Page 6-A
CHANCELLOR KREISKY
chilly reception
French Suspect Spies
In Arms Engineering
PARIS (JTA) The French weekly, "Le Point.'' reports
that French military security officials suspect Jewish engineers
working in the aeronautic and armament industry of leaking tech-
nical information to Israel.
The security services are currently investigating the matter,
according to the weekly.
IN THIS WEEK'S issue, "Le Point" reveals military security
suspicion was aroused when officials noticed that the Israeli
Continued on Page IDA
What Hussein Can Expect After
Making Two Mistakes in Two Wars
***
In Washington for Talks
8-A
KING HUSSFIN
Israel his salvation?
By EHUD YAARI
JTA
Jerusalem
King Hussein is now taking a
major step toward a temporary
solution of the bitter dispute
over the right to represent the
Palestinians.
His scheduled visit to Cairo
later this month, his first since
the Yom Kippur War. could well
mean that the final touches are
being put to a formula that would
provide for an independent
Palestinian delegation at the
Geneva conference, or at least a
der of thousands of innocent
people."
Eighty percent of the Jewish
population of Croatian was liqui-
dated during Artukovic's regime,
according to the writer.
Artukovic. a lawyer by train-
ing was responsible for laws on
"racl il purity," the "protection
of Aryan blood" and the "na-
tionalization of Jewish property.'*
forbidding Jews to change their
surnames and devising special
insignia for Jews and Jewish
firms, the writer said.
She reported that Artukovic's
record shows that he escaped to
Austria when the Nazis evacuated
Yugoslavia and entered the
Continued on Page 8-A
KISSINGER INSISTS:
Oil Embargo
Not Linked
To Fullback
formula which would settle the
differences among Arab govern-
ments on this issue.
AS AN outcome of these
moves. Israel may find itself
soon isolated in its long-standing
objection to the Palestinian par-
ticipation as a full-fledged party
to the peace talkswhen they
resume, probably in the spring.
The change in Jordanian policy
was outlined by the King in two
speeches early in February. The
King did not give up, of course,
Continued on Page 8-A
Eban Visits 10 A
Jewish Leaders 10-A
Trade Deal Warning 15-A
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Arab oil ministers meeting in
Vienna Monday agreed to lift
their five-month-long embargo on
oil deliveries to the United States
until June 1.
The decision was not unani-
mous. Libya and Syria refused to
agree. Algeria agreed but only
provisionally. Saudi Arabia's
Sheikh Ahmed Zaki Yamani said
that this would mean "at least a
million barrels" daily from his
country.
But Arab leaders quickly de-
clared that they would not hesi-
tate to reimpose the embargo if
the United States failed to con-
tinue to press for Israeli disen-
gagement (meaning withdrawal)
from territories occupied in the
Yom Kippur and Six-Day Wars.
NEVERTHELESS, Secretary
of State Henry' A. Kissinger de-
clared here Mar. 14 that the lift-
ing by Arab oil producing na-
tions ot their embargo against
the United States would not af-
fect American diplomatic efforts
to settle the Middle East conflict.
"We have to move at the pace
that seems to us suitable for a
settlement." Kissinger told news-
men at a surprise news confer-
ence. "That cannot be affected
by it" (the embargo lifting).
He made the comments after
he was asked whether a news re-
port that the embargo was being
Continued on Page 15-A
DEEMED ANTI-SEMITIC
ABC Rapped
For Airing
'Merchant9
By Special Report
NEW YORK The Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
has deplored the nationwide
American Broadcasting Company
telecast Saturday of "The Mer-
chant of Venice" as "a disservice
to the American unity" and call-
ed its presentation a 'glaring
example of the callousness and
insensitivity to deep-rooted Jew-
ish fears and concerns thatt is
prevalent in some sectors of our
society."
Benjamin R. Epstein. ADL's
national director, said the League
was especially concerned because
"this classic anti-Semitic drama
which has caused incalculable
harm to the Jewish people over
the centuries was projected into
the living rooms of millions of
American homes, reaching an
audience far greater than the
total of all those who have viewed
it in theaters. '
HE WENT on to say that "the
League expressed its grave ap-
prehensions and misgivings about
Continued on Page 7 V
Now It Can Be Told: Court Nixed Politicking
By Special Report
JERUSALEMNow it can be told. In those grim
final hours of Premier Golda Meir's struggle to form a
coalition government, the Supreme Court ordered the
rabbinical authorities to cease and desist from inter-
fering with the formation of a government coalition.
THE ORDER nisi, directed to the Chief Rabbin-
ate Council and the Tel Aviv Rabbinical Court, gave
those bodies two weeks to show cause why they
should not reverse their ban on the National Religious
Party from joining a coalition.
It is believed that these moves finally pushed the
NRP into accepting Premier Meir's bid for represen-
tation in the coalition without demanding their pre-
vious price: resolution of the "Who is a Jew" issue
an the NRP's terms.
The Supreme Court also issued a temporary in-
junction barring the rabbinical authorities from en-
forcing their ban pending the Court's final decision
in the matter.
The action opened a dramatic confrontation be-
tween secular and religious law in Israel. According
to Israeli law, the Supreme Court supercedes rab-
binical courts.
THE ORDER nisi was issued on a complaint by
Continued on Page 2-A


Page 2-A
*Jenist torrid/inr
Friday, March 22, 1974 J
Now it Can be Told: Courts Nixed Rabbinic Politicking
Continued from Page 1A
Shmuel Segal, a Tel Aviv attorney, who described him-
self as a "citizen who deal- with public affairs."
Segal argued in his brief that entry to Israel Is a
political rather than a religious matter and therefore
rabbinical bodies have no authority to interfere with it
The Supreme Rabbinate Council ordered the NRP
last month not to enter a coalition government which
refused to amend the Law of Return so as to invalidate
conversions performed by non-Orthodox rabbis.
[n to doing, it forced the NRP to reject compromis-
es or. the Who Is a Jew Issue.
THE SUPREME Rabbinate Council reached its
decision unanimously at a four-hour special less >
convened >y AahkOBtzic Chief Rabbi Bhlomu G
It had the effect of forcing a break-off in coali-
negotiations between the Labor Party and the
MRP at a point when most observers were con'
I a compromise would be reached. That develop.
meat precipitated Israel's current political crisis.
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peace talks will resume some-
time in the spring The Arabs
will demand that Israel withdraw
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th what the;
Intent of l \
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Dr Si Ine) Lieberman, president
the Alumni.
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was Abraham S. Guterman,
partner in the law firm o( H --
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Friday. March 22, 1974
Jen it> fhvldntori
Page 3-A
De Funis Case Stirs Double Standard Rift
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA)
May a public university, even
en faced with Intense
establish two stand-
oi admission one for
.uents and another, at a
. i! of qualifications, for
non-whites?
The L".S, Supreme Court r,o\v
has a test case that revolves
around a Jewish student, Marco
I), Funis, Jr., oi Seattle, who had
been ha. red from, entering the
University of Washingnn Law
Sch tol because of this question.
THE TRIBUNAL'S deci lion,
expected afler Mar. 18 but not
later :han June 30. is certain to
have nationwide repercussions
socially and educationally. Ac-
cording to some legal authorities,
this case constitutes the most im-
portant civil rights case since the
courts acted in 1964.
Although de Funis is Jewish
the issue involved is not discrim-
ination against a Jewish student
but on the principal question of
admissions policy.
The constitutional issues the
case ha, raised have divided the
American Jewish community as
they have ether strata of nation-
al organizational life.
\V1;FN THE case was aired on
i I' 2h'. all nine justice: evil d
. intere bj p i
the questioning of the
presi i ns. Josef D n ; s

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- ton
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igtoi indi
led
a
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ity's own standard
on
:i7 Blacks, Spanish -i.
and Philippine-Ameri-
cans better than de Funis,
but thej '.vcrc all admitted.
Asian-Americans weie treated
the same as whites and given no
i',,ideiation. Of the
l.b'01 applicants for the 150
plac ::i the class entcrin- in
September 197!. the highest
grade achieved was 81. De Funis
ored 76.23.
Any wh.te applicant who
achieved under 74.5 was in effect
automatically denied admission.
Among the minorities, 30 >vho
scored below that figure were
eventually accepted. The Wash-
ington lower court upheld de
Funi-. and he was enrolled in
th 'aw crhool.
*
Architect Norman G U r newly
elected presidon '.orida
South Chapter oi A lerican
Institute ct Ar IdriSS
ed the Mentc-1 I Society
cf Dade Count-- : >n the
effect of or-'-ite i text-
ure; acousrl d t of
t buildini or its i n the
..ienta! h"-'!:h .-;: -> ".vhc
use the fertility.
(>\ APPEAL, however, the
State's sj.ip.eme ("our: ru'.ed for
the university. When de Funis
t-iok his ca^e to the ,S Su-
: eme iurt, Justici w I sn 11
Dougii ii< d be tnaj
school until the teden I tribunal
decided the issues. He
expected to be graduated in
June.
Among those k '.-.
Funis o:- sit st. idai isition
ace the Aati-Defamatioii League
Of B'l ;
Jewish Coi : and :'..i An
ican Jewih Committee, ea
which filed separate b Suj
porters of the U livi n s or
double standaid positi lude
the National Council of Ji
Women and the Commission on
Soda] Action of the Union of
American Hebrew Congi
tions. Two of America's leading
constitutional lawyers. Alexander
M. Bickel and Philip B. Kurland,
of Yale and University of Chi-
cago Law Schools, respective .
contended in their brief for the
ADL that the school's poMr
..~criminat:cn by a
FF THE Constitution prohib-
its eclusion of Blacks i
. grounds," tftej contended,
"it cannot permit the exclusion
of whites on oun Is."
Had de Funis been B
no or Ann
::. it was
'. would have been uncon-
stitutional.
"The racial quota is of par-
ticular concern Co the Jewish
i v,y in : ris country,'1 the
ADL said, "because of the long
ry of discrimination against
Jews by the use of quotas."
The AJCongress conte
oar system of constitution-
al liberties would be gravely un-
dermined if the law were to give
-anetion to the use of race in the
ion-making process of gov-
ernmental agencies."
The AJCommi.tce held that a
quota system would result in
'erosion of standards ... in the
long run detrimental to the best
interests of the Black commu-
nity '
fiBE JEWISH Rights Council
of N\ v. .. ailed admission on
ana I the key-
... ess of the Jew and
ies :. America."
ling with the university, Al-
ii" Ai 311 il Washington, chair-
man ot the UAHC's Commission
ai ,1 Mrs, Eleanor Marvin, of New
York, the National Council of
Jewish Women president. asse:t-
rd that the issue "repre-. Qts
neither a case of discrimination
on the part of the university nor
a quota case against Jews," and
noted that the university's ad-
missions policy is a reasonable
one.
The joint statement added.
"As Jew.- we must continue to
fiyht for ail of our rights and
cau^e- However, our long his-
tory : social .justice demands
that we not turn our backs on
other minority groups seeking
the same advantages so long with-
held from us.
"WE DO not believe that Jew-
ish groups should seek to under-
mine legitimate affirmative ac-
tion programs be seeking to
equate them with 'quotas' and
'reverse discrimination' where
such charges are not warranted
by the facts."
In her brief for these two Jew-
ish organizations and 15 oth< r<,
Mrs. Marion Wright Edelman
observed that the issue is "wheth-
er the Fourteenth Amendment of
the U.S. Constitution forbids a
discretionary admissions process
wherebj a state university law
school affirmatively seeks quali-
fied students f:om racial minori-
ty groups when such groups have
long been victims of racial dis-
crimination and had only token
membership in the law schools
and the legal professions.
The Edelman brief also held
that the university does not u-e
a quota stystem but is involved
in weighing individual minority
students' qualifications within a
traditionally discretionary ad-
missions process that does not
consider any application on
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f
ABC Was Thoughtless
We go along with the Ant.-^carnahcn Laague cf E
. and ciher organize!.cr.s that are or. record th::- week
cs deploring the ABC-TV production cl Sir Lcurence Oiivi-
er's 'Merchant of Venice.
This is one of those Shakespearean plays that never
sit well with Jew and non Jew alike, because dramatically
its motives are mixed.
In the midst of a profound tragedy 'Shylook's "punish-
ment" for his failure to accept his daughter Jessica's mar-
riage to a non- Jew) are comical-pastoral elements 'the
popular Elizabethan by-play between Portia and Nerissa
and their lovers).
This enormous disparity in tone reaches its high point
with Shylock's classic "what is a Jew" speech set against
the satanic delight he experiences in the discovery that
through his bond (the pound ci flesh \ he will gain his re
venge against Christian society.
High Price oi Admission
During the past few years, American tourists in Lon-
don, attracted as by a magnet to Sir Laurence's production
of the "Merchant of Venice" at the National Theattr3, re- I
peatedly went away hem the production with the feeling
that while they had seen a great performer, they ca'.d tor
this with their own pound of fleshpersonal humiliation oi
an unquestioned anti-Semitic nature.
What was ABC's point in airing the play particularly
is time, when anu-bemitic passions are being enilamed
by the still unresolved Middle East crisis and the oil
embargo?
Sir Laurence has the right to perform the play if he
wisheswhat motives are behind his preference for Shy-
lock's role is his own business.
But ABC should have thought twics about ciring it.
Our Chips on Brezhnev
Secretary of State Kissinger is, in the eyes of many, the
man cf the hour. But we remain less moved by his astonish-
ing "successes" than other observers.
Events over the weekend seem to suggest the validity
ci our view:
Syria's decision to postpone her launching cf with-
draw! talks in Washington;
The increased tempo of the fighting en the Golan
Heights;
' Failure of the Arab ministers first in L.bya
Ihen in Vienna to lift the embarao on oil shipment? to the
U.S. and the Netherlands without qualifications attached
?iis?:r.ger's cwn requirement in the matter.
All of this makes lor a pattern cf growing Arab bslli-
gersney against Israel and the West at the same time
that the Soviet Union lends its encouragement to the pat-
tern maker.
As in the past, Moscow is not particularly interested in
war in the Middle East, especially when it can't count on
its Arab clients to win one.
But it is not particulaiiy interested in peace, ither.
So who's aheadDr. Kissinger or Leon'd Brezhnev,
the Nixon administration's partner in detente?
As of now the chics are on Brezhnev.
No Double Standard
The Marco de Funis case involves reverse discrimina-
tion. De Funis has been denied admission to the law school
ct the University of Washington, not becaue he's Jewish,
but because he is wh:te and form en a higher academic level then Blacks and other
minority groups.
We go alona with the briefs of the An'i D-famatii
Lecgue end the American Jewish Committee that what is
sauces for the qocse is sauce for the aand-_.
Why should the University of Washington have a
double standard of academic exDectation?
We would be saddened if the De Funis case wH=nd
ever further the arcwincj rift between the Jewish and Bl-ick
communities. But we 'em't help aareeina that if it is im-
proner to discriminate against a race that should mean
ANY race.
IT IS beside the point that
Marco de Funis. Jr.. is Jew-
ish. Or even that he is white.
What is at stake is human ex-
cellence.
[>e -Funis is the center o# a
controversy now before the
L'nited States Supreme Court.
HE IS a student at the Univer-
sitj of Washington Law School
in Seattle but only because
Mr. Justice Douglas has ruled
that he be permitted to remain
there until the Supreme Court
decides the issues involved.
Briefly, the University of
-, i .-V :'.
Leo
Mindlin
Washington Law School refused
to accept him as a student.
y^/'7h#e was an old lady
in
Of the 1,601 applicants for the
150 places in the Septei
1971 class in which De Fun:
istered for examination and ms,
triculation, the highest grade was
81.
DE FINIS scored 76.23, and
any white applicant who -
below 74.5 wasn't evei
ered. That placed him neni the
bottom of white eligible- and in
the end, De Funis was reji
But of 37 Blacks. Spai
PhilippineAmericans whi
plied to the law school, onlj
scored higher than De i
76.23 yet they were ALL ad-
mitted.
Further, of minority -
who scored below the 74
cent that automatically I
white students. 30 were adi
ON ITS face, this is
of reverse dis
rhe Anti Defamation 1
and the American Jew
. ITgU :.
University of Was lingfc i u-
; .. imis ions standard i
briefs submit)
Alexander M. Bickel i Ya
vi ty i and Philip B. K
ty of Chicai
distinguished constitution i
rs, who believe that :
const tution prohibits exc!
oi Blacks ... it can not pi
the exclusion of whites on racial
mds."
Tiue. And 20 years ago,
was head;, stuff. But today, : is
pett
l>Ol BI.E VS. single
standards are in the end a
Issu De Funis ease
has '. i telling poll!
cial and economic conscquf
ally at issui
ing inclination on
i ation and its e ;
. to establish ..
btand-rdi of excellence
Continued n Pae 11 A
.1

IP -
COMMENT
bv EDWARD (OilEN

I 1.1" I: **"'
Tru-rc is something about Al
\ an that is anachronistic and
anomaloux
The director of the Union of
ii m Hebrew Congregation's
im on Social Action is
:n to that kind of
which has lost its popularity
many Jews but. serious
man that he is about social con-
cern-, he w it' s with a wry -
of humor that has brought forth
such popular books as "My R
Make House Calls." "So
The Kid- Are Revolting ...?" and
: -.. -. latest, "Mazel Tov!
You're Middle-Aged."
IN THIS newest book. Vorspan
describes with some humor the
middl?-aged dilemma of being
unable to find a cause now that
the civil rights, youth and peace
movements are passe. But outside
the book (although inside it as
well), he points up the latest
craze for ethnicityhe calls it
Me First "and speaks with pas-
-i n from every platform he can
get that the first \ictims of this
attitude are the poor, the weak,
the minorities. That's why he
to be an anachronism, for
>ns that once
forefront of express-
ing these concerns have opted
out.
There are some highliehts of
Jewish challsnges that Vorspan
presented to an audience here
recently that are worth discu
for they present views that do
not seem acceptable to what he
calls the "Establishment." a con-
venient handle that all of us use
when we want to indicate a group
non-representative of "The Peo-
ple." He doesn't think Jewish
support of the Jackson-Mills-
Vanik Bi:l. affecting U S
ii with the Soviet Union, may
nccci.an ;. be the correct thing.
Whatand he admits it is re-
moteif Nixon is right .>n some-
thing thee days an I pa
the l '. : the cheri a-
It dermining the
r tund of S VLT I
for p;ace in the M
; ..-t. | j the Jews
or?
IN CONNEt TION wkh this he
I Ifyinj of Sen. H i
Ja k n as th new -; vior of the
.! a mistake as great .i when
so many leaders in 1972 pi
Nixon on that pedestal. The
dilemma here, of course, is that
the dire threat to Israel arose at
the same time that survival of
democracy in the l'nited States
became a serious question.
And to Vorspan. who views
Jews as having been a very
significant force on the moral
conscience of America, despite
our numbers, our response to the
great constitutional crisis has
"bland. We hope to help
it by being quiet."
Weaving a tapestry of Jewish
attitudes today. Vorspan points
ion of I.-racl and
American il and. while he
s that our future is connect-
ed to 1st It is an act of moral
abdication for us to turn our
hacks on what is taking place in
the L'nited States, an act of Jew-
ish betrayal selfish, self-ob-
d." In his opinion we can-
not play a surrogate role by
psychological aliyah.
IF JEWS are not getting ex-
cited about some things Vorspan
thinks they should, many are
about the position the UAHC
Ref n in movement i an
tionnl Council of Jewish W
have taken on a casi
Supreme Court. It in'
the government calls
tive action" and What
Bgl \cies and niosi
izations chalk '
"quota system" in
missions, employment, i
and UAHC have signed o
tion to the preva
ish view of the day.
Viewed generally. Vors
the action by ADL. Co
Congress, and the others
challenge to America:
tradition in that the s>
ing connected to others has
lost with the current
of "worrving only about
and my people." It isn I
Vorspan opposes that
just the emphasis on "only and
that's why I labelled him an
anachronism at the beginnini
ONE IS struck by his si 51 Oj
humor underneath the hint
despair in his chapter
ing "the movement" in
Tov! You're Middle A-ei W,
the movement that he di
is the Italian Anti-Del
League and any resent
.1. irish organizations is n
cidental.
Maybe if we can look at
selves as Vorspan doe
laugh in disbelief at what
pening to the people,
number, who were such a
ficant force on the moral cW
science of the U.S.. Some
agree, but I believe with Vorspan
that if we remove the component
of social idealism we will lose
that distinction which, in Amer
ica, has been uniquely Jewish.


Friday, March 22. 1974
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Friday, March 22. 1974
Columnist's Viewpoint is Sheer Chutzpah
EDITOR. rJj Jewish Floridian:
Upon first reading Edward
Cohen's article in The Jewish
Floridian of Mar. 8. I was ab-
solutely shocked: however, upon
second thought, it is comforting.
It makes you feel that we are
only minutes away from the com-
in- of Moshiach, for our prophets
and sages predicted that in those
la.t days before the redemption,
people will mistake darkness for
light and vice versa. That which
is nice and nob.e will be consid-
ered ugly and bad. and the re-
verse as nice and noble. There
will be no respect, only chutzpah
will prevail.
ACTl'A-LLY. that article doe;
not deserve a rebuttal, for ail
those whom he attacks need no
witnesses or te?timony as to their
lovi of every .Jew and for Eret?
"Yisroel.
However. 1 would like to give
Mr. Cohen the answer to hi:
many articles, in which he tells
us about all the surveys the He
foim and Conservative Move-
m -nts are making, to find out
why their young arc estranged
fiom Judaism and wny they don't
feel as committed to ihe support
of Israel as their parci.ts do. by
a.-king him this simple question:
If all it takes to bcon^ a .lev
is for someone who calls himself
a Rabbi to sign a certificate, then
why all the tumult? Why the sac-
rifices of all the lives0 Why all
the millions of dollars being
raised? Why a synagogue, why
all this 'nonsense ".' Why not in-
tegrate and live like anybody
else in this beautiful land of
ours, the U.S.A '.'
HOWKVI.Ii. if one kno '
to 1." a Jew is mt a matter v
can be 1
whimsy, but t:,;.: I : vine
law. which i ect to
nal, then one
! ,
faith and tra-
in.
It is the e J< e ':
divini. in-
1
Judaism It is I b
OUR
READERS
WRITE
"Let Thy Word* Be Brier
Kaheleth (Ecdewutet)
,. Tl
For more Letters to Editor
... See Sec. C
luminated the world with the
Toraii and its teachings. By al-
lowing "fictitious" Jews to entei
the fold, we are allowing the
destruction of our nation without
persecution, and giving up the
Promised Land without a war.
RABBI ABRAHAM KORF
Miami Beach
EDITOR'S NOTE: It seem- that
the issue raised by Mr. Cohei
lies in Rabbi Kori's phrase
"someone who calls himself ;
Rabbi." What Rabbi Korf
saying i- that any Rabbi whi
Is not an Orthodox Rabbi is ni
Rabbi at all. Is It chut/pah t>
allow Mi. Cohen to disagree?
as malicious.
Mr. Coher seems to have
learned h-s devious tactics from
Richard Nixon. When legitimate
c-iticism is directed against his
group, he cries out that it is s
threat to national security.
If Mr. Conen would argue on
a ba is of logic, reason and gooC
will, he cou'.d earn the respect of
ins adversaries. But vicious, slan-
derous labeling of those who
criticize his stand will bring him
the reverse.
RXBBI P.A. WEBERMAN
Ohev Shalom Congregation
Miami Beach
voted friend of democratic so-
ciet;-.
IN HIS column. Mindlin warn-
ed us that SoLhenitsyn might,
indeed, be as nootile toward de-
mocracy as any other Soviet.
The Open Letter bears Alin-
dlirj's predictions out. Solzhenit-
syn's attack on democracy, and
particularly American society, is
almost unbelievable if we took
as absolute truth the heart-rend-
ing public relations campaign
that preceded his ouster.
Mindlin always does seem to
have his finger on the pulse and
on these major issues, to be riant
most of the time.
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Mindlin's column. I would like to
congratulate him for his percep-
tive Mar. 1 article in which he
discussed t:ie fact that Solzhenit-
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H repeats the
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bi *i insti
Kreiskv Leads Socialist
Bodv at Meeting in Israel
Continued from Page 1 -A
his decision
HE has tin 1 made remarks
which manj Israelis regard as
pi 0-Arab. The delegation he
h ads was 11 vi it Egypl and
Syria, as well as Israel, for the
stated purpose of studying the
Middle East situation at first-
hand to examine conditions for
a lasting peace.
Another announced aim was to
study conditions for economic
cooperation between the Arab
coudries and Europe and be-
tween Israel and the Europear
states.
Members of the delegation
represent the Socialist Parties ir
Sweden. Britain, Italy. West Ger-
many, Holland and Austria.
KREISKY HAD maintained at
first that there was no need tc
visit Israel because Premiei
Heir's views on the Middle East
conflict were well-known to thi
Socialist International at whosi
meetings she had expressed
them.
But Israel was included in the
itinerary. It will be Kreiskv's first
visit to the Jewish state, al
though he has a brother in Israel
whom he helps support.
Some sources here, including
Austrians visiting Israel, predict-
ed the shouts and calls against
Kreisky when he came.
KUCHA HARISII. head of the
Labor Party's International Re-
lations Department, who was of-
ficial host to the Kreisky delega-
tion, said that its aim was to sift
facts.
But he doubted it will also j
draw.....nclu ions after visiting
the Middu- East ci untrii -. he
said. The deleg itioi -
viit to Jordan was canceller
cause Kin.: Hussein was abroad
at the time.
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Friday, March 22, 1974
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T
STICKS BY HIS STkimiHV
Eban, Kissinger
Meet for Poiv-Wow U,S'Lea(lers See Dr. Kissinger
JERUSALEM CJTA) With
Israel new government sworn
'jn'o office, preparations wore b -
il j made here for disengagement
laik- with Syria that are si p.
po.-eci to take place in Washing-
ton iater 'this month.
Foreign Minister Abba Eban
left for Washington last week
only hours after he was sworn
i::to ihe new cabinet. He met
with Secretary of State Henry A.
Kissinger later for "preliminary"
talks despite Syria's announce-
ment that the talks were being
postponed by Damascus for two
weeks.
OFFICIALS here said the talks
would not cover details of a dis-
ensag.ment plan which Premier
Golda Meir promised to present
to Kissinger within two weeks
after her new government was
established.
They would be a general sur-
vey of developments between
Israel and Syria, the Geneva con-
ference and U.S. and European
measures to ease the energy
crisis the officials said.
Fban told reporters before he
left that Israel has not yet de-
! who would represent it in
what he de-cribed as "disengage-
ment proximity talks" with Syria.
IK' said it was not clear yet at
What level Syria wanted U> h i!d
the talks, hut the two sides would
have ree on either minis-
tei vel or lower level talks
'.' senior military officers,
i hi.;'- of staff.
SEVERAL new papi rs report-
ed here that Defense Minister
Mo-he Dayan would represent
at the talks. But that
1 be the case only if minis-
terial level talks were agreed to.
ABC Rapped
For Airing
'Merchant'
Continued from Page 1-A
the play's anti-Semit;c content te.
network officials hut because of
ADL's opposition to censorship
did net protest publicly before
the broadcast lest such action be -
considered an attempt to censor."
The League"s view, he -
wa expressed in a letter to Al
fred S.hneider. an ABC exec
! Arnold Forster. ADI.
director and general
c rise! afti r ts representatives
hi : iewed the product! in
n i .1 :i:ii the network had
dee: led !>> televise it.
In h;- lettter, Forster pointed
out th the TV production "nei-
ther a I '\ ates nor reduces the
f;- anti-Semitism implicit
and nftrn explicit throughout the
play' and -tressed tthat its pres-
entation at this time would;
"create extreme adverse re
action."
EPSTEIN SAID that because I
of "long-time Jewish concerns in
I to the Shylock stereotype."
the League sought the independ-
ent judgment of a respected
Christian leader who had also
previewed the film, the Rev. Dr.
David R. Hunter, deputy general
secretary ot the National Council
of Churches.
Noting that the Council of
Churches is "as much concerned
about censorship as about anti-
Semitism." Dr. Hunter questioned
ABC's judgment in contracting;
for this broadcast, stating:
"Quite apart from the excel-
lence of this production, the prop-
er place for "The Merchant of
Venice" is the museum and not
the stage or television. The |
nature of our society with its
devastating history of anti-Semi-
tism, still present today, actively
and latently, raises the whole
matter of social responsibility."
Haggai Eshed, Davar's diplo-
matic correspondent, said that
K.-s.ii-er would propose in Mos-
cow that the final stages of Is-
raeh-Syrian disengagement talks
be held at Geneva with both the
I .S. and the Soviet Union parti-
cipating.
The writer cited no source for
that information. He claimed
that Kissinger now feels it was a
mistake to have excluded the
Russians totally from the Israel-
Egyptian disengagement process
and does not want to repeat this
in the Syrian case. Moscow's feel-
ings of exclusion led to last
week's efforts by Soviet Foreign
Minister Andrei Gromyko to try
to disrupt progress toward Is-
raeli Syrian talks. Eshed said.
Pope Paul
Airs Defense
Of Pius XII
ROME (JTA) Pope Paul
VI defended last week Pone
Pius XII, recently accused oi
failing to intervene and prevent
Nazi reprisals in Rome 30 years
ago.
Pope Paul told a crowd ol
3.C00 gathered for the r
benediction al St. Pi I
thai Pom Pius Mi had always
his Utmost to prevent in-
human acts.
POPE PUS \\i i ever re-
frained from intervening "with-
in the framework o." m- rights,
when human life end lib rtj
were in danger... He always
tried courageously to prevent all
injustice." said the Pope.
In his book. "Massacre in
Rome." Robert KaU asserts that
Pope Pius XII had forcknowl-
edge of Nazi reprisal projects
which ultimately cost 335 lives.
bu: did not intervene.
Katz's lawyers last week asked
the Pope to furnish material
proving the contrary.
Katz and film producer Carlo
Pent; are accused of having dis-
honored the memory of Pope
Pius XII, who was a close friend
of t'le present Pope
WASHINGTON (JTA)
etary of State ll. nrj A. Kis-
singer ".-ticks by his statement"
to the Senate that he has 1> n
"meeting regularly" with Jewish
communit} lead rs on the Issue
Soviet-American tade and tl e
Jackson Amendment on Soviet
emigration policy, the state De-
partment said here.
But the Depa< tment refused to
say when or with whom Kis-
singer has been meeting or
where the meetings have been
held.
KISSINGER made that state-
ment in his appearance before
the Senate Finance Committee
which was considering the Trade
Reform Bill.
"I won't start handing out the
Secretary'* schedule." State De-
partment s#i k#sfh%n George
Ye-t declared.
Bul he said he (Vest) had
"verified the fact-," of the Sec-
retary's testimony that he has
been meeting with "members"
of the Jewish community
The Jewish Telegraphic A en
cy, which asked Vest for the in-
formation, pointed out that there
are six-million Jews in America
who could be "members," but
Kissinger had said "leaders."
Vest responded that he had
"no objection to leaders" or "key
p- mb"'s" hut he reiterated "we
stick by it" (the statement)
whether "leaders or members."
AFTER THE JTA reporter
noted that he was informed
neither the National Conference
on Soviet Jewry nor the Con-
ference of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Orfeanizations
mi t wl h Kissinger since last
1 ctobe on the Jackson Amend'
men! issue, Vest replied thai
"the National Coi ference is not
the on j organization.
"There are other organiza-
tions." Representatives of the
Ml SJ told JTA in Washington
that Kissinger's statement on his
meetings with Jewish leaders w is
"misleading" and out of context.
ASKED whether he had any
response regarding Sen. Henry
M. Jackson's assertion, following
Kissinger's testimony, that any
resolution of the dispute over the
amendment would iequire move-
ment by the Soviet Union in its
emigration policy. Vest said that
"the Secretary put himself in a
very p ecise position" that ho
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+Jewisi>ncridian
Friday, March 22. 1874
King Hussein in Washington For Talks
WASHINGTON (JTA) King Hussein of Jordan was in
Washington last week to meet with President Nixon at the White
House and lunch with Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger.
He was also a dinner guest of Vice President and Mrs. Gerald
Ford during his stay.
HUSSEIN IS "always a very
welcome jruest in this country,"'
George Vest. State Department
spokesman, said.
Undersecretary of State Joseph
.1 Sisco told the Senate Foreign
Halations Committee thai the ta-k
in the Middle East now is "to
achieve something similar" on
the Syrian-Israeli front that was
achieved on the Egyptian-Israeli
front earlier this year.
He said Israel would send a
high level representative to
Washington within two weeks
and that Syria has agreed to do
Hussein's Future
After Two Mistakes
Continued from Pa?e I-A
lus claim for any "liberated"
p estinian territory, but from
now on he is going to follow '
new course via a vis the Pales-
tinians of reconciliation and
recognition rather than dictation
. ,i i'm: ession.
THERE ARE throe new prin-
cip es in Hussein's position:
An open call to start a di-
dialogue with the PLO. This
implies that the King grants
recognition and legitimization to
lu- rivals admitting that his
struggle to b come the
repn ental ol thi P
i
A clear-cut
parti
resental

could con
Finally, a fficial
explanation that Amman's right
ike part in the peace talk? is
not neci ssarily based on it- claim
ii v. esi Bank but n
role in th
nism and its geo-
; to the conflict
IN OTHER n rdi the K ng
i the PLO leaders a
:
;icn over i
ric undi r d scus-
Bjon tr m a ci n
itedfront at
Geneva. 1 [ thi Kit ug-
'. Firs let get
i. and then we can
it bei i en us.
K ng stiesses his offer for
a plebiscite under international
vision to enable the I al
lation to choose his own
government: a federation with
Jordan, fully independent
Bom sort of looie confederation
As Hussein takes his steps
parallel moves are being made
by the Pl.t). A new working pa-
per is currently under discus-
sion within the organization.
It calls for modification of the
PLt) platform by introducing for
the first time an interim target
the establishment of Palestin-
ian national authority in the tor
ritories which may be evacuated
This reform is widely interpreted
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as 1 f.--t step toward participa-
tion in Geneva.
HOWEVER IT seems that
Ar.1i.1t and his colleagues still
would preier not to take a direct
part in any negotiations with Is-
rael. They are prepared, though.
to give their blessing to a Pales-
tinian delegation comprised of
West Bank and Gaza Stiip not-
able-;.
Such a solution suitl
Jordanians too for they h.r, e
ties with these peopk
Hussein will discuss with Eg} p-
tian President Anwar Sadat the
bil ) of wi le Arab eking
. r such a delegation.
Sevi :ng notable* have
1 n consul! d a'- >ut I e
:. "
loidanian V
and
r Mayor ol Gcza,
Rashad 11 Shawa. They refused,
however, to makr> any stat me/it
of their own position before the
deal is setlied by the Arab load-
ers across the border.
the same in the near future.
REFERRING to the same de-
velopments. Vest could not say
when disengagement talks be-
tween lsraei and Syria would get
started here. Asked why the time
was estimated at two weeks a
week ago and is still estimated
at two weeks, Vest said the open-
ing of the talks was "naturally
tied" to the formation of a new
Israeli government.
He said that Israeli Foreign
Minister Abba Eban who met
with Secretary Kissinger last
Thursday, reviewed "the whole
range of events of mutual Inter*
tat" to Israel and the U.S.. but
this will not be a start of disen-
gagement discussions. Vest said.
He said the person who will
represent Israel at the talks has
not been designated so far. He
said there was "no specific infor-
mation when the Israeli group
or individual or the Syrians will
be coming as yet
Vest added that the realities
of local politics in those coun-
tries could not be ignored.
ASKED IF the disenagement
process was delayed by recent
political events in Israel. Vest
replied that "no one is going to
say if somebody didnt come in
two weeks that an extraordinary
critical political event has occur-
red."
He would not comment on the
cancelled meeting of Arab oil
ministers in Cairo early last week.
He said the oil embargo picture
remained exactly the same as it
was and observed that the prob-
lem "was among themselves,"
meaning the Arabs.
Asked why Kissinger had in-
timated last January that the oil
embargo would be lifted in less
than 40 days. Vest replied. "We
have to have a biblical view of
40 days and 40 nights."
IT WAS also learned that lead-
ers of major national Jewi.-h or-
ganizations were scheduled to
meet with Dr. Kissinger.
It was assumed that the meet-
ing was to discuss Kissinger's
statement before the Senate Fi-
nance Committee that he has
been meeting regularly with Jew-
ish leaders to "exoluin the U.S.
policy in the Middle East and
the degree of cooperation be-
tween the U.S. and the Soviet
Union to b:ins about a moderate
evolution."
Fascist Artukovic Living
In California Suburb
Argentine Hit
For Statement
Against Jews
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)
A former Presidential candidate
criticized Argentine Welfare'
Minister Jose Lopez Riga for his
statement last Tuesday that the
presence of Jewish officials in
the Argentine government was
not helpful to Argentine interests
in Libya.
Lopez Riga, who headed a
t'-ade delegation to Libya, told a
meeting of representatives of the
Argentine Arab community ;\at
he found a "negative atmos*
phere" in Libya.
HE ATTRIBUTED it to the
fact that several cablegrams
from the Aigentine government
to tne delegation had been
by Jewish ofticials.
Lopez Riga also
in ii .- negotiations with 1 an
...is be had been al to
"overcome this difficulty" 1
had read t a number 1 f im-
portant agreements.
Newspapers in Buenos Virei
indicated that the comment i lit
''Jewish officials" was ai
Jose Ber G ibard. the Argentine
Finance Minister.
Francisco Manrique. of 'he
r-rig I Alianza Ri pul
I ;. st 1, a candidate ii
March, li>73 elections, -
action of t!i? Welfare Ministi
inviting local Arabs to hi.
repoit c n his Libyan trip

,r a
de-
Continued from Page 1 A
United states illegally in 1S4S on
an Irish identification certif
issued in tiic name of Alois
Ami h.
"On June 16. 1958. the case of
Andrija Artukovic (alias M its
Amich) came b?fore our courts
in Los Angeles after seven long
of legal battle." Rochmis
wrote.
"HE WAS not imprisoned. He
was not deported. He was not
extradited. He was given asylum
in the United States."
This despite the fact that he
is recognized as one of the worst
war criminals in history, the
wr'.er said.
d him.
pre--i':
HE SAID that in Al .1
"we < divided" on 1 1
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Friday, March 22. 1974
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I
N.Y. Radio Station Attacks JTA Expose
NEWYORK (JTA)WBAI-
FM has accused the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency of having
"blown up out of all proportion"
the listener-sponsored station's
dismissal of a broadcaster who
ciiticized Black basketball play-
ers on the Rochester University
team who boycotted a game with
the : rai-li basketball team.
Peter Heller, who worked for
the station as an unpaid sports-
caster, was fired Feb. 8 and his
broadcast on the game was
wrapped several hours after it
was taped.
HELLER, sports producer for
ABC-TV. had contended on the
taped broadcast that the Black
atl It-tea had bowed to Arab pres-
sure.
Larry Cox, WBAI news dr ec-
to said then that Heller wa^
dismissed btcause "'we did no'
|ik< ..- work generally" and that
the broadcast was canceled be
cause it had injected politics and
was "a personal commentary'"
( ox. in \\\i rebuttal to the JTA
rcj 1 Feb. 13, said he was giv-
ing the facts about HeLer's re
,. .. T.-i-.ip to the WBAI news de
partment, "report? from the
Jewi !" Telegraphic Agency to
the pool aiy."
HE ASSSERTED that H
bad been a.-ked to contribute or.
a trial basis a ser e i of sp vis
and that the series wa-
tied "b< cau i ol th
11" unsatisfactoiy qua.it:
- ork."
I Eaid the si I i< I were "t
Four Jewish
Women Killed
In Damascus
PARIS (JTA) Four Jewi.:.
K kn.eti n: i'aina-cu
.. week.
:: bodies were f >und Fri-
3aj in a street of the Jewish
tras reported by the
ally, Le Figaro. '.:-
l.ted a "sure source" fo this
..lion.
A. CORDING TO tl e d
do; >n J eft ei
;.. te in a
... : an
- | j i | | .
natu n.
te< tors were i
: .
i it id a
: ilom i
. tl sla in .
i mi is opposed to P e
\--.,d'- Mid lie Ea I
' : v a- r it kn wn wh
I mists were Palestinian
onentt u' Assad.
i the French state radio.
.e Inter, reported that a
. ber of Syrian Christians,
. y ivi men, had conduct d
such a demonstration in the cen-
ter of Damascus and tried to
.: ch through the streets.
ACCORDING to this report,
t ey were protesting a r
lent involving a number cf
Syrian Jewih women who re-
tedly had been a.re-td and
maltreat) d and others bsl eved
ve been killed.
!t was not Immediately cleai
.....i foui.....lea
Fridaj wer thn c kiil
< vheth r th > were kill?d
i.-ig the demonstration last Tue3-
T!:e French radio did not
i j source of dat 'lines as to
or' originated. Oth-
i. i.....- In Paris co' f mi
v acity of the report of the
mstration.
rather superficial presentation
of material which was often a
rehash of items used on the ABC
netwo k news show wheie Helier
is employed."
Cox insisted that "the deci-
sion to end the series had ab-
solutely nothing to do with any
commentary that Heller did con-
cerning Israel. The decision was
based on his two previous broad-
casts and a discussion I had per-
sonally with Heller concerning
an item which we considered
sexist and which he did not.''
Cox added that the commentary
on Israel, which he said he had
-n i-or-f "was simply one of a
number of items in his last pro-
Tile entire program was
dropped when it was decided to
discontinue the series."
COX DECLARED that it was
"nothing short of disgraceful"
for anyone "to use people's
genuine fears ot anti-Semitism
- t*iir very real concern over
the crucial events now occurring
in the Middle East to comfort
one's ego."
He added that WBAI was
"proud to be giving what we con-
sider to be the very best cov-
erage of Israel in the New XOI"k
area."
He said the station intended
to remain "progressive," despite
either political attacks or "at-
tack- from those who are not
capable of accepting critical
iudceinent of their work."
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*JenIsl fkw Idtar
Friday, March 22. 1974
Administration Presses Opening of Suez
By SEN. HENRY M. JACKSON
(L)., Wash.)
Indications now are that, what-
ever else happens, one outcome
of the Ad oinistration's Middle
East* rn diplomacy will be the re-
opening of the Suez Canal.
On many occasions since 1067,
I have expn -.- 'd my belie*' that
the opening of the Canal *hoi"d
be considered oniy in th coi ti xl
of an ov irall peace settlement
el by the parties in-
volved and establishing defen-
sible borders for Israel.
AS I said in my report to the
Congress ot December. 1970:
'The opening of the Canal .
must be consideied a trump card
in any forthcoming settlement of
th( Arab-Israeli dispute. As such,
agreement on this point should
II withheld until a settlement of
t ii fundamental issues is reach-
ed."
It was and is my conviction
that the reopening of the Canal
j> a principal objective of tiie
Soviet Union; and because of the
considerable Soviet interest in
bringing this about we ought to
have trump card in the
Western hand until is-ues of com-
parable interest to us had been
resoived.
The adn in tration lias played
il prematuri .; and unwisely. It
ttoo owi ve t.> pro-
oi the Canal. 1 believ< I u
a Iministrati >n should now insist
11 i
a ships o! a!' outside pow-
i the
i States and the Soviet
Union.
THE NEARLY total depend-
ut Euroik' and Japan on
-> produced in the Persian
n dramaticallj i m-
phasi; ?d bj the e> I ce Oc-
tober G. 1973. The strategic im-
ince of the Gulf, t which l
have often refe n d in recent
years, is now bie.
And Soviet interest in estab-
li>hing primacy over the oil-
Il icing states of the Gulf, so
it in Ru-sian policy toward
Iran in the past and Iraq at
present, is a matter of utmost
concern : ional security.
In the mid-1951 Soviet sirat-
i Fast, which
had f ir focused on
'tli only occasional
I pt I as ir.
1733 when Catherine the Great
j assi tance to the
B<: took on a "leap-
frocgi ity founded on ef-
forts to ex] loil the differ
betwei n Ma!'- and Israi lis. Di-
pt and
Syria, the Soviets hoped to
-aion in the Middie East that
would have encircled Iran. Saudi
Arabia and the small sheikdoms
:ng the Indian Ocean.
StN. JACKSON
principal objective
MORE RECENTLY, Soviet pol-
icy has focused on Iraq, on Iran's
neighbors to the North and East
and on Smolia. Yemen and
Aden on the Red Sea and the
Gulf of Aden. In this strategy
the Suez Canal occupies a central
position.
The principal, and rapidly
crowing. Soviet military fleet is
deployed in the Black Sea where
; supported by the industrial
and military resources of Euro-
pean Russia.
The reopening of the Suez
Canalunless it is demilitarized
will substantially reduce the
t ansit time and distance that the
, Sea Fleet nui-t cover for
dep.oyment or operations in the
Persian Gulf- nol by a few per-
i ii'. s, not by a few
miles, but by over 70 per cent
from 11.500 down to 3,200 nauti- |
ca] mi
THE PRINCIPAL effect of this
reduction in time and distance is
thi-: with the Canal in operation
the Soviet Black Sea Fleet can
b quickly sent into the Persian
Gulf where it would rapidly out-
nun.h r anything that we could
deploy in that vital region.
The handling capacity of the
Canal is on the order of 50 to 60
pel day. In the event of a
c:isi< in the Guifand it is no;
difficult to imagine such conflicts
as the recurring exchange be-
tween Iran and Iraq reaching
is pioportionsthe very con-
siderable navy that the Soviet
I nion keeps on station in the
Mediterranean could be quickly
redeployed in the Gulf, while the
Black Sea Fleet could be sent
s Hlth into the Mediterranean.
MOREOVER, recent develop-
ment- in Somalia clearly su
that the Soviets a:e likely to bt
in 3 position to provide air cover
i.i in >pi bases at the
southern access of the Canal.
We. for our part, cannot ex-
pec5 I make comparable use of
the Canal. The -ailing distance
, the east cna-t of the United
to the Persian Guif, now
in \cess of 11.000 nautical miles
Id only be reduced to 8.000
nautical miles if the Canal were
available to the United States
Navya duubtful proposition at
b si
French Fear Israel Agents
Spying in Arms Industry

Continued from Page 1-A
military industry was currently using methods and techniques
similar to those classified as secret in France.
;no ,Ih? 2f P"i,nr' article COnfirms a rcc?nt ^on imply-
ing that Prime Minister Pierre Messmer examined in secret Mon-
day. Feb. 2a. with officials from the mlttUry security secret
senice. and several ministries files on suspected espionage activ-
ities by Jewi h engineers in the electronics and armaments in-
dustries.
THE REPPRT appeared in the "Letter From Expansion" and
said the Ministers of Interior, Justice and Foreign Affairs were
present. There has been no official government confirmation of
the report.
The Letter" is a supplementary confidential newsletter pub-
lished by the economic weekly "Expansion."
wtti;..
M
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In any evenl the carrier tatft
forces on which our naval power
depends are. for the most part,
unable to use the Canal which is
neither deep nor wide enough to
accommodate our carriers. Noth-
thing comparable to available So-
viet facilities on the Gulf of Aden
will b< available to us to support
fleet operations in the Indian
Ocean.
THE NET effect of these facts
is this: the power vacuum that
developed with the withdrawal of
British forces from the Persian
Gulf and Indian Oceana vac-
uum that provided an interim
in a-ure of stability so long as it
remained unfilled by the Soviet
Unioncan be expected to give
way to the very great and danger-
ous instabilities that would re-
sult from Soviet predominance ir.
this area.
Vital sources of energy at the
disposal of weak and potentially
unstable governments would
come under increasing Soviet in-
fluence even in the best of times:
and in crisis situations only tin-
Soviet Union wjuld be in a posi-
tion to bring substantial power
to bear.
This evolving situation is high-
ly disadvantageous to the United
States and its allies and. I be-
lieve, prejudicial to the stability
of the (lull anil to our national
security. The tenuous stability
that now ps-iiv-ils in the Gulf
must b.1 preserved, not only in
the near teim but for years to
come;
NEITHER the American nor
the Soviet Navy presently de-
ploys in force in the Indian
Ocean. Thus, the opening of the
Suez Canal could turn out to be
a stimulus to an arms race in
that pivotal ocean.
I believe that we have a pro-
pitious opportunity to stop an
arms race in the Indian Ocean
before it starts: and the place to
begin is at the gateway to the
region, at Port Said.
To accomplish this I believe
that the administration should
press for the closing of the Suez
Canal to the warships of all out-
side powers including naval ves-
sels of the United States and the
Soviet Union. From time to time
opportunities for regional re-
straint present themselves: and
in my judgment the region is the
Indian Ocean and the opportunity
is now.
A PROPOSAL to demilitarize
the Suez Canal would be in keep-
ing with efforts to defuse the
dangerous situation in the Middle
Ka~t It could have a salutary ef-
fect on the potential volatility of
Soviet-Chinese relations. Because
keeping the Canal closed to out-
side military vessels would limit
the size of the naval force the
So'icts can deploy there, we
could hope to avoid a long term
:it for a comparable
deojoyment capability of our
own.
\- ne looks 3head to the
potential soiuoes of IllUHIMl 1
instability the Indian Ocean and
its approaches loom large. One
in e 1 only recite the countries
that are affected:
Egypt, Ethiopia. Scmalia. Saudi
Arabia. Kuwait. Iraq, Iran, the
sheikdoms of the Persian Gulf,
Pakistan India and so on.
If we fail now to move to limit
a potential stimulus to arms com-
petition in this area we will look
back on this moment with regret.
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+Jewlsti Thridlar
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ot Race, but Academic Excellence at Issue
JWV Installation
Site Changed To
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Continued from Page 4-A
luishes and expectations in
1.ADEA1IC performance that
ultimately affect our health,
security, our intelligence,
morale as a people.
fes, De Funis' whiteness has
timized him. Cut behind hi:
irate agony is the real public
aace our increasing wil-
piess to reduce standards of
silence in order to d^mon-
Ite that we are truly a denio-
fetic society.
IT WAS, the University of
l^fa-hingon administrator! be-
: lfevt'd very DEMOCRATIC of
them li. accept students in the
Wl.5-an(l-))clnw cateeory because
I they wi'ie not whit" ar.'i without
the presumption of privilege to
! which a wliite applicant is sup-
po.-e lly heir and of whom more
Hu-t therefore b B&nd so while it is t up that the
dteci-ion was made on racial
^grounds, the effect on us as a so-
ciety will be on academic and
Ulti".:;d':y professional grounds.
V>T. WILL be trrat-d by infe-
rior doctor-, protec: 'd bv infe-
.rior lawyers, taught by inferior
teacher.-.
The e is a censoring mecha-
nism .n ii- that docs not permit
as to conceive of an inferior
medicine, since tual i- at the
very core of our primary concern
as human beingo our life and
our death.
But p. itics, we to 'i-hly bi
lieve. arc not that central to our
survival. Politics h since
taught us to be jaundiced about
an inferior law that too often
protein the criminal, victimizes
the law-abiding, and makes a
mocke:y of the governing proc-
ess by candidates who are sancti-
monious today and greedy and
even felonious officials tomorrow.
AS FOR our bitter experience,
particularly on the lower levels
of education through the trials
of our children in the political
struggle over bussing and inte-
gration, we are repeatedly being
forced into a confrontation with
the inferior teacher.
Almost 20 years have passed
since the May. 1954 Supreme
Court ruling on the desegrega-
tion of public facilities a land-
mark in human relations that
eloquent, well intended, hut
largely unskilled liberals have
perverted into the mon-t<>r that
is the compulsory education
proce-s today.
A whole new- generation of
Ame leans of inferio. education
have grown up since then. They
have been scnooled rn its igno-
rance, its inequities, and even its
frank incompetence.
THE MARCO de Funis case
relates directly to the cripp.ing
of that generation by a demo-
crat;? society intimidated into
believing that, where all men are
"created equal." theie must be
no excellence because not all
men are endowed by the Creat >r
with the inalienable right of ex-
ce.itr.ee.
Equality is an ab-tract notion
that can be realized by giving
everybody an equal number of
THINGS, whether these things
be opportunity or Social Security
benefits. That is the meaning of
equality in the very romantic and
n'ton untruthful Declaration of
Independence.
But excellence is an abstract
notion that is not a thing to be
given. It is a POTENTIAL with
which one is blessed.
SINCE EXCELLENCE can not
be legislated in order to make
up for the Oeatoi's undemo-
cratic distribution of the poten-
tial for excellence, what our
democratic society is doing in the
Mman endeavor we call educa-
tion is to establish (legislate by
law) mediocrity (or worse) as
the democratic sumum bonum.
Mediocrity is realizable by all.
It is excellence reduced to a
thing, which all men may share
in the drab security that t'.'.ere is
no one better than they a e.
In the medioc:acy of the medi-
ocre, we are fee to be victimized
by the power of incompetence.
It is to this democratic horror
and its consequences, particularly
in education, that I wan; to ad-
dress myself next week.
The site of the installation of
Murray Solomon Post and Ladies
Auxiliary, No. 243. Jewish War
Veterans of the United States,
originally scheduled to bo held at
th< Knights of Pythias Hall, has
been changed to Temple Beth Tov,
6138 SW 8th St. West Miami. The
ceremonies will take place Satur-
day at 8 p.m.
The incoming officers for the
Ladies Auxiliary are Mrs Norman
Levine, president; Mrs. Sol Lipton,
senior vice president: Mrs. .Viuiray
Vaikowitz. junior vice president;
Mrs. Ro e Ameis, historian; Mrs.
Jenny Golub. chaplain: Mrs.
." Ine Va.kJWitZ, guard; Mrs. Iu
Blitt, patriotic instructor, and Mrs.
Sidney Lowe, ctnductress.
The outgoing commander of the
post is SrSdney Lowe; the out-
going president of the Ladi ra
Auxiliary is Mrs. Sidney Lowe.
The pubiic is invited and refresh-
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Photo shows (from Ir It) Hon. Jay Dernier, Ernest Samuels, Hon.
Richard Stone, Judge Zev W. Kogan, Rdb!;i Irving Lehrman and Mayer
me -NF a nner n
aovernor.
Seated left to right. Hon. Jay Dernier, Mr. Abram Salomon, Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, Mrs. Richard Schwartz. Stnding left to right: Judge Zev W. Kogan,
Mr. Moe Levin, Cantor Saul H. Breeh, Mr. Abraham Grunhut, Mr. Ernest
Samuels.
Seated left to i rol Scha
Freida Ho.. :. Mrs. A Dr. i
an, Judg I ',''. Lou / nuel .Vic W.
Harry Harrison, Cantor Soul H. Breeh.
n Left to right; Hon. Jay Dermer, Mrs. Yaffa Derner, Dr. Ricl
'Vs. Kathy Schwartz, Mr. Moe Levin, Mrs. '.' Li Stai
left to right: Judge Zev W. Kogan, Mrs. Abraham Grunhut, Mr. Abra-
Gri.nhut, Mrs. Shmuel Fer;hko, Maestro Shmuel Fershko.
DURIM QUEEN CONGRATULATED: Left to
nght: Mr. Herman Dermer, Judge Zev W.
Kogan, Mrs. Her ier, Mrs. Florence
is, f -r \- ?
Minov, Mr. Abram Salomon, Mrs. Ezra Fine-
gold, Hon. Jay Dermer, Mr. Ezra Finegold.
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PURIM QUEFN ESCORTED AFTER CORONATION BY PRIN-
CESSES: Left ro right: Mrs. Florence Minov, Mrs. Ezra Fine-
gold, Queen, Mrs. Herman Dermer.
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Seated left to right: Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man, Mrs. Abram Salomon, Mr. Abram Salomon. Standing
left to right: Cantor Saul H. Breeh, Mrs. Saul H. Breeh, Mrs.
Pearl Plesser, Mrs. Ernest Samuels, Mr. Ernest Samuels.
PURIM QUEEN ESCORTED TO CORONATION by Mr. Abraham
Grunhut, JNF-Vice-President and Mr. Arthur Miller, Chairman,
JNF Point East.
Seated left to nght: Mrs. Harry Harrison, Mrs. Simon Berstoin, Mr Simon
Berstein, Mr. Sam Kusnetz. Standing left to right: Mr. Harry Harrison, Mr
Leon Buda, Mrs. Leon Buda, Mr. Arthur Cohen, Mrs. Arthur Cohen, Mrs.
Sam Kusnetz.
The Jewish National Annual Traditional Leadership Banque t
President. The Jewish National Fund leadership pledges t o
the greater tasks and responsibilities in the immediate future.
Seated from left to right: Mrs. Freida Tobey, Mrs. Tobey Schachter, Mrs.
Miriam Press, Mrs. Fannie Barad. Stand.ng left to right: Guest of Freida
Tobey: Mrs. Isaac Dannenberg, Mr. Isaac Dannenberg, Mr. and Mrs. I.
Dannenberg's daughter, Mr. Igor Schultz, Mr. Joseph Hill, Mrs. Igor Schultz,
Mr. Mayshie Friedzerg.
Addressed by Abram Salomon, National Executive Vice
redouble its efforts to increase its achievements in view of


March 22, 1974
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Meir, Davan See
Their Popularity
Slip to New Low

Seated left to right: Mrs. Morris Putter, Mrs. Morris Putter, Cantor Mordecai
Yardeini, Mrs. Chana Yardeini Standing left to right: Mrs. Moe Reiffen, Mr.
AAce Reiffen, Mr. Moe Reiffen, Mrs. Nat Friedman, Mr. Nat Friedman, Mr.
Simon Tetenbaum.
Seated left to right: Mrs. Lou Aronson, Mr. Lou Aronson, Mr. Isidore Riffkin,
Mrs. Isidore Riffkin. Standng left to right: Mrs. Arthur Miller, Mr. Arthur
Mrs. Meyer Siegel, Mr. Meyer Siegel, Mrs. Abraham Grossman, Mr. Abra-
ham Grossman.
From'lftf' *o right: Celia Rosen-
blatt, Fre Ida Tooey.
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND DEDICATFD LIBRARY IN GREATER
MIAMI JEWiSH FEDERATION BUILDiNG. From left to right:
N'ly Falic, JNF Educational Consultant. Zahava Sukenik, Pres.,
Hebrew Educational Alliance, Abraham Gittelson, Director, Cen-
tral Agency for Jewish Education.
Seated left to right: Mr. Joseph Hill, Mr. Frank Pierce, Mrs.
Frank Pierce. Standing left to right: Mrs. Frank Brickman,
Cantor Mordecai Yardeini, Mr. Frank Brickman, Mrs. Martha
Heller.
By DA VII) LANDAU
JERUSALEM fJTA)- P e-
mier Golda Meir deflve-ed her
new government to the Kne
amid widespread public dissatis-
faction with the Labor Party's
uvering (if the past week
that Baw Mrs. Meir ami two of
her key ministersMohe Dayan
and Shimon Peres-abruptly re-
verse what they had claimed to
be irrevocable decisions to re-
sign.
Their popularity and credibility
. its lowest i !>. and th< i
considerable public disenchant-
ith th fact afl
tu hi- i oa Iti i in [oti itions,
. new nl is vir-
i as '''i old.
.'.i.i. Ul :'.. ha- i"-< i! .! it for
th Likud mills, and the opposi-
lea li rs lo t no time in flay-
the Lab ir 1 adership, parti-
. ... j ; an, for i uddenly drop-
advocacy of a national
. i\. rnment on alleged
: Itj g Dunds.
,, Ark baron, the Likud
founder and a popular hero ol
Vom Kippur War. accus d
I >a> an of exnloitina the I on
on the Syrian front which, Sh iron
claimed, was no w n >e than
other.- that ha\
Yom Kippur Wai and wh c
will c inlinue
wt cannot sati :'> th Ai ib de-
mand^"
Mi na<' m B I'm clairred
a television inti I a| it
Divan and Peri
-v a u"itv <"ivevnment it would
have come about.
Newspapers
a -fee equally cril ... o
and Da? in
exp'o ting the Syriai e foi
political purposes.
li. .i, H r t. a p ah ir po-l
wrote in ^'ediot that
the man-in-thc-itrert ha- lost all
t it t and conf'dence i;1 t'ie coun-
try's political leadership.
Sylvia Keshet, a columnist in
i', s ime iwspaoer, chargi d
Mrs. Meir with cynical deception
ted that under her lead-
i the Labor Party was -
v elj wi ak( ned.
SIMILAR opinions w re ex-
p ed in thi ii depenr'enl pi
j : r
i I. at informal SO'
ci-'l gatherings of influential
people.
Beigin carried the battle to
the Knesset, where he led off a
10-hour debate on the new gov-
ernment bj charging that the
Labor Party's coalition maneu-
verings brought "public shame
and disgrace" to Israel.
rally to Mrs
Meir's "final" decision to step
down, Beigin declared that thi
world obviously did not know
the Hebrew meaning of "final."
\ ou have made the word of
Israel's Prime Minister a mock-
er; irec of laughter."
Beigin ed looking straight
ai Mi -. M r, who appeared un-
eoii [orl ilc
i umin I i Dayan, the Likud
leader said that for week., the
Defense Minister adamanth i
In-, d the advice of Ins colli agues
to withdraw his decision to quit.
But "one night he suddenly
d ;i son ei aud What happen-
ed?" Beigin asked rhetorically,
;'::d an we '\ himself: "'A de-
l n?C scandal unprecedented in
the annali of the State."
HE W1S referring to last
-,,, k'i e !'t Cabinet meet-
ing ,'. li, -' i .n situation which.
' eha was made public
i i [el Dayan change
t\.:iui losing face.
"Golds i alr*ys complain-
i (| if lra'% from Cabinet meet-
pU ..i led till* top secret in-
l! lor political
' claimed.
Bi igin, she thcre-
\y \ Israel's Intel!-
in Syria. "And
..:. whal happens to com-
promi ed intelligence sources in
Sj
15 o di nounced the Na-
i Party for a
mise on the "'N ho
is a ),-.- Issue and for retreat-
front its position in support
of a national unity government
He challenged Mrs. Meir's con-
tention that a government with
Likud could never bunt, peace
with In Arab- If Labor claims
; u i ni' ei ive up the Golan
Height--. 1 vi Strip or Shaim
| dees it propose tO
mak pi ii Beigin asked.
Tormenting Rectal itch
Of Hemorrhoidal Tissues
Promptly Relieved
In many cases Preparation H
gives prompt, temporary relief
Jrom such pain and itching
and actually Ivlps shrink
willing of hemorrhoidal tis-
sues caused by inflammation.
Toils by doctors on bun-
1 dreds of patients showed thto
tu he true in many cases. In
fjiCt, many doctors, them-
selves use Preparation H9 or
red '..mend it for their fam-
ilies. Preparation H ointment
or suppoiitoriea.
Seated left to right: Mrs. Kate Hecht, Mr. Max Hecht, Mrs. Herman Kass, Mr.
Leon Schuster. Standing left to right: Mr. Jack rilosof, Mr. Herman Kass, Mrs.
Leon Schuser.
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Friday, March 22, 1S74
JL 9&/X- SPcM
A Special Shabbatli
By RABBI CHAIM SCHECHTEH
Hebrew \,;i('riii\
This Shaboa::i is kn >wn bj
H I Si
Movorchim.
' : '
'
the Wish-
can, the sanc-
'.i.i.-y. This Is
also known as
he Both Ha-
ash, as it
tad they
shall make unto
I^P^ I ne a Mikdash."
tf| I ^ | !t lurther says
^^^ "And you Khali
Rabbi SchechUr construct 8 Mish-
kan."
Tlie term "Mikdash" which
means "holy", stems fr m the fact
that the I rae tes ma le it holy, by
gathering together and worship-
ping G (I
The i n Mishkan" which
means "t< from the
facl that th< I G-d dwelt
within and --
: ael vn re
as it saj and
"
h. The word
"unt
I BOO
..: il alsi
I S labbath.
- a to
lefile it
either
use of it or wast*
t i new month
v.,- ual s ting oi
i]..... nd not ap-
... is it says in the
, ; : the moor.
and."
This is tin on ;" "''''
- th Hachodesh.
ndent upon us
.nd only we can : the Shab
iath, mo i and the year.
(3) S Mevorchim: Today
,-.e b'.ess the month of Nisan. Dur-
went from shivery to
freedom and w< began our jour
ney to th Pi omised Land.
The Tain ad says that in Nisan
v er red* u td and in Nisan
we'.] be redeemed in he future
ire .. .i status of partial
iption and otilj hftei
.;iy obrerving the s ii ''. Si
I i
i bii -' I with
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Q
uiz Box
Wffirm
m
. nds ar.d members of Beth David Co.iarega'.ion re-
spc eacjeily a:: igly to a plea ci help from the
&t c: mi, Israel by sending this new
ulance to Mei-AmL The dedication serv;ce was held
M 3 at the Beth David South. From lei: to rich*, are co-
cl n Norman Heinhard and Mrs. Stevan Simon. S'.evan
i' end Rabbi So: Landau

h
imca
I lJJ<
ev/sion
V,
ro grams
I Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m.The Jewish Worship Hour
Rafa n Malavsky,
Temple Beth Shaicm, Hollywood
- Ch. 4, 8:30 am The First Estate
(R 'peated on Ch. 2 at 6 p.m.)
Host: R \ Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "The Pastorate of Dr. Schmidt"
Gue?t: Dr. Albert R. Schmidt
: Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Ral '; Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, Temple Beth Jacob
Topic: "Approaching Passover"
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'"WWIII'IWW'WIIlllllMMMWIMWUIIlllttl^T
;^IS O? THE LY TORAH PORl'JON
By RABbf DR. SAMUEL J- TOX
1974 Jew ''''!": '
What does Judaism have to saj
ibout "exoiti-m'-"*
I h practice and effects of
exorcism, i.e., driving
spirits from people whi
.pirits havi tak i po
inly '...- it- echoes in J
lore.
lalmudic literature, and e^nc-
istic literature
- conti ins i si rnsive refer-
5 ti exist nee of evii
are references to
King Solomon's power over de-
mons and his encounters with
them. The Pseudapigraphic "Tes-
tament of Solomon.'" Josephus,
ind othei sources bring such ref-
arences.
What is referred to in this liter-
ature since the 17th century as a
demon which enters a person is a
"dibbuk roach ra'ah" (a cleavage
a short version of the expression
"dibbuk "roach ra'ah" (a cleavage
from an evil Lpirit). .The word
'dibbuk" thus means the act of a
i i !'. deaves to a p>
At first it was thought that such
m evil Bpirit cleaves to a sick per-
t>n. Lati as though) tha
;:." is the spirit I di I
tr'ss aot properly aid
st or spirits of (! p p
itted non sins
and uld not '
.n the normal fashion. Th -
thus soughl re ng
tin tnoughi
Ii>
'
I
l
.
told '
ising the
demons. Those who v ere ci
of ex <
Ba
ty and ot
po .. :
. ipl< le a iih
.......I those I
eti to
phrenic.
Those possessing the power of
exorcism were no: k and
file of the i abbii ati ciall
They were so-called i
dim steeped in esoteric Ion
tice.
i ertainly, exorcism 1
part oi Jewish trad ion
.. ve thi i ss, Judd ..'
for a human emotions. Thus, we find
ideas and exorcism oi den.
phenomenon which transcends the
base of Judaism which is essential'
ly a practical religion.
While most of us mav not en-
counter this dimension of Judaism,
it is still a factor not to be ignored
entirely.
rCeucfioHS <*!?<
igtous
services
Pekudai
(Chapters
e are the accounts o. the tabernacle
21-XL)
Hi i F THI COSTS: The total cost incurred in the
,i of the sanctuarj was counted at M s command
rection of [th mar, ir m's you i in. The weight
I amounted to 29 tal nts and 730 shekels; (a Ulenl
0 pound, or 3,0 ;p1s): tli weight of the silver
mts and 1.773 ,hek and of the brass 70 talents and

'he peopl nil ment.
\BERNACLE r On the first d:ty of the
: an, aln [ m Egypt)
eel
... i
'
ud i tl I i con

The work, ha i en completed with the making
i i and a I bj M m -.


BBW Triennial
Convention In
Dallas Next Week
Some 1,000 representatives of
B'nai B'rith Women, international
Jewish volunteer service organiza-
tion with 150,000 members in 22
countries, will attend its Triennial
Convention at the Fairmont Hotel
in Dallas. Tex., March 24 through
.March 28.
Volunteers from the United
States. Canada, Israel. Great Bri-
tain, Ireland. France. Sweden and
South America will gather for top
level decision-making at this cru-
cial point in Jewish history.
The theme of the convention
Tomorrow Begins Today"
I to inspire the members
if b'nai B'rith Women to plan for
.he n (I ci the future.
His F-.r-elleney Simcha Dinit/.
Ambassador of Israel to th
will address the
convention chaired by Mallorv
Robin-on ol Houston, Thui
" il the luncheon spot-
..: tl B'nai B'rith VI
Re id < atment Cenl
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOV CONCREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Avo. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Be' Aror. 1
ANSHE KM IS. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Cci,ervative. Cintor Sol Pakowiti.
2
BETH AM (Te;nple). S950 N. Krndall
Or. Miami. Rtlorm. Rabbi Her-
bert M, Baumoard. Associate R..t>i.i
Barry Attman. S
! D.m Barm Attman
will BBeai thi
(juota System Retunilnn :.> Our
rvlc. Dr,
i "Judalun
and Sexuality."
BETH DAVID. 1Kb SW 3rd Art
C-njervaiv Rabbi Sol Lanonu
Canto.- William W. Linson. *
p.m. at Coral Way M
: ].,-, Berllm ? il, ci ndui I
Sermon: "Jewlah Wai Veterans and
Am:-s- mitl in At Bi ntl i lade: ;i
(amils Sermon: "DinrtitK t'n
i The Past Satui Bat Miiz-
dauRhtei c f Mr. and
Ifn David Farln.
BETH EL. 500 V" 'Ttt Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H Rot '-an. S
BETH KOuEaH. 1 iOi SW 12th Ave
Monern Tiaditionai Rabhi Ma> Sha-
n ro Can-or Le-n Sea.V Rev Alex
Stahl. Rev. Mendel Gutterman. 6
B:1S p m s.,!'1 ..: el Fr<
!.-.. Kermoi I ouds ol
. War Mr Hint Mn kpte III
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BETH TIKVA. (Reform) 9025 Sun-
set Dr 6-A I
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1ETH TOV (Timo'l t-3E SW 8t!i
St. Conservative Rabbi Charles
Rttbel. Cantor b:>"-ut Hinkea. 8

ISRAEL iTen-ple) OF f OEmTER MI-
AMI. ..'7 NE :<*lr Ct. Rttorm. Ral)bi
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Sendi C hein Parnaoo, 11
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St. ( David
lj am n Ben At i 13
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TIFT 5 "..- t'.. i
A Lr
Klein. 14
EIOI liUtr ^d. Con-
ier\i tive Rabbi v.'c in Shapiro
Cantc Errol Helfi m
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HI a: t AH
r!FERETh JACOB (Temple). 951 E
4tl Av Conservative. R:.bbi Na-
than Zr.londek 1S
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION 222b
NE 121st Conservative =?ahh.
Joseph Gorfinkei. Carter Ben Zior
Ki'schenbauir. 35
MIAMI BEACH
aGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabhi sieldon N. Ever 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Moidecai Shapiro. 18 \
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BETH JACOB 701 Washinqton Ave
Orthodox. Rablii Shmaryol.o T. Swir-
sVy. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BFTH RAPHAEL"'Temp'l. 154, Jaf.
ferson Ave Conservative. Cantor
' Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 1144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. RaLbi .'.eon Kronlsh.
Cantor DAvid Ccnvi^er 7*
; p.m. Rahl Harrj Jolt n ill
n Th. E t. The 1 lybhul
and The Tenth -. turday l:i".
a.m.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky. 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE-
GATION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22.A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozrnw.1.3. 2f
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON
GREGAT'ON 715 Washinn'on Av
Ratbi Meir Masliah Melamed. 23 A
EMANU-EL (Tempie). 1701 Washing
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvino
Lehrmon. Cantor Zvi Adler. 2*
HEBREW ACADFMV. 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabti Alexander S
Gross. 2."
CPNG.TSGATION AN NELL (Brans'
of Hebrew Academy). 7th St am'
Mer.dian Ave. Orthodox. 25-A
JACOB C. COHTN COMMUNITV
SVNAGOGUE 1532 Washinntor Av
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
S '"lor Meyer Engel. 2'
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 TurMd Av.
Or'hod'ix. Rabbi David Lrhrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. 2*
"'""AH (Temple). 6?0 75th s-
Conservative. Rabbi Mavr Ahram
ow-'tz. Cantor Nico Peloman. 1
NfR TAMICj (Temple). Pni- s- .1"
Tatvm Waterw- Contain
Pihlii Eua^ne Labovitz Can'
ward Klein
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44 Washington Ave. SI
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CENTER. 1720 79th St. Causev/y,
North Bay Village. Conservative,
Cantor Murray Yavneh. 32.A
AC.l.'DAS ACHIM NUSACH SEFAR3
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St.. Mi.
ami deach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mor(
decai Cha.movits.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH VESHUR'JN ( Temple). "OCv
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conservative.
R. r-i Mutcn Sc hlmsky. Cantor Ian
Alpern. SS
ACL'DA.'H ACHIM. jrd Ave. Hebrew
P;lgou> Community Center. 1255
N E. 3rd t -e. Ortnodox. "'-A
BETH TORAh. 10S1 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip.
scr.'tz. Cantor Js;ob B Mendelson. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rntbi Victor D
Zwellifg. Canter Jack Lerner. SS
I SINAI (Templei. or NORTH DADS
18801 NE 2Jnd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley "antor Irvino
Shulkes. 37
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1 1 Sermon: "A !: 1
S< rn P f the \w,-iv Bar
Mltj -i Muchnlclc.
VKV LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 Nl
19th Ave Ort"odox. Rabbi Drv
Bidnick officiating. 38
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AMI ?on \E 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Zelirian Kos^^w^ky. 31
C0PA1 GARLtS
JL'OEA (Temple), 5550 Grinada B'vd
F-'crm Ra M >"-l B. Esm.
stat. Cantor R ta ch~r? 40
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SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Hellbraun. 41
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na^bi Salomi... Benarroch. Cantor
Marry Schmerlinn 47.3
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March 22, 1974
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~
issinger Warns Red Trade Deal
itch Will Put End to Detente
K
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[^WASHINGTON(JTA> S?c
:tary ,.[ Suite ll.ii. > A. Kissin-
ger ;,.ik(1 on .Mar. 7 of the
collap-r i,i (I. icnU' a: tite in-
creased p .- s:I>11:t> o; i:;;ck-ar
holocaust if Congress does not
^Klii'.ate ban ins \o I'.S.-Sovi't
trad p opo ed because of Rus-
^B restrictive policies towaid
Bi 'l i
weld me a compromise that
wouId retain the inter.', ot the
Jack-on and Miils-Va: legisla-
^H while providing the Soviet
Unio
K ALSO lid he v
Ing in ilarly" with Jev >h i
H and "there is a po
gett.:._ a compromise In m the
-Jev/i-. roups. but I i must
speak mselvcs."
'- Ki- i a'!r i:. i.-,- : nts in
his ; il .ui-i i re-
ply '... ii i". t l( S :-
Ate Fii inmi ti which is
ton- R<' irm
Bill. a-hit ;,~ it now
star..' ap-
pro- Mii Vanik lc .-lation
Irhir uleniical to :.:, J i.k-on
A.v.. I'.umci.l.
K ei said l.c did di I op-
:. i' objctives thosi n
ri -- who \ iew tra le p ilicy
I >ol to change Soviet inter-
practices. But "they have
cho-i :.u- wron;; vehicle and
COBte.<."" hr s-'UU.
HE DECLARED that he spoke
with some anguish" a= both a
historian and a Jew who i- "par-
ticularly conscious of the plight
of minority groups." Bu". he >".-
tinued. the U.S. seeks detente
with the Soviet Union for one
Qwrwhclnii'ig reason "both
couni .c- have ihe capability to
dest1 > eacii uther and most o
the -' '.' the world i:i the
proi -- '
K or conceded that the
par;, n! I'lf J.,i k son-Mills-
Vi legislation is not to pre-
ttn: > kui American trade or
B^>h:'vt all I'.S. credit to the
US-i; but to assist those whose
wi-' < nv"r.'ite from the Soviet
^tion has been frustr.iv.
WEVLRTm i iss, he aded, if
^Ke Jackson Amendment is
ad^ i will "almost certainl)
Hd.j he
Bar "It wi.l not enhance emi-
&
er.
o:-
pr
Cie
. ii. [| i ay slop n .
Kissinger ackn
dis lati faction w Ith th<
Soviet em'sr n
which he said "is not as
br.-. a- we would like.''
He charged that Soviet emigra-
tio: policy "often seems arbitra-
ry'' and noted that some 1.300 in-
|Uv,!uu!s an currently being de-
Hrd pei mission to leave i r Is
rae' On the other hand. Kissin
ger said, emigration from the
HSSU has iiurea ed t:c,
B>(i c trickle in the 1990s to i
lathi ly steady flow of son i
'00 a month in the 1970- "
n another reference to the So
" Union. Kissinger appeared to
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Yom Kippur War. When Sen.
William V. Roth cR., Del.) raised
suspicions about the Soviet gov-
ernment's intentions in that re-
gion. Kissinger replied that while
Moscow was allied with the coun-
tries that attacked Israel, "the
Soviet Union liid not have sub-
stantial warn i j" of the Egyp-
tian Syrian attacks on \um Kip-
pur day.
"Egypt and Syria essentially
were acting on their own." he
said.
KISSINGER REFERRED to
his contacts with Jewish leaders
when he was a-ked by Sen. Rob-
ert Dole (R.. Kan.) if there had
been any changes in attitude to
meet the Administration's posi-
tion.
Kissinger replied: "I am meet-
ing reguia lv with I 1< rs of
the Jewish community to explain
the U.S. p lic> in ih >Mi
E -' -":':
t'on between the U.S ai d the So-
nion to bin: about a mod-
erate evolution.
"1 have the impression that
they have listened with sym-
pathy to these arguments. There
is a possibility of getting a com-
promise from the Jewish groups.
But they must speak for them-
selves."
JERRY GOODMAN, executive
director of the National Confer-
ence on Soviet Jewry, said March
7 in New York that "no meeting
has been held with ihe Secretary
of State on the subjeci of sviPt
Jewry and nn discussions have
taken place with regard to the
Jackson Amendment in over four
months."
A NCJS spokesman told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
here have been discussions by
Kissinger with piominent individ-
ual Jews, as well as with Jewish
organizations on a variety of is-
sue's including peace in the Mid-
dle East and that while the sub-
ject of the Jackson Amendment
did come up it was not in the
context of reformulation or com-
promise.
Kissinger said that in addition
to meeting with Jewish leaders,
he has also met with Sen. Hei iy
M. Jack-on (D., Wash.) and oth-
er Senators in attempts to bring
about a compromise.
THE SECRETARY, however.
did not propose any specific com-
promise before the Finance Com-
mittee between the views of the
Mills Vanik Jackson supporters
and the Administration.
But. he said, "We are prepared
to ta.k with those concerned
iwith emigration from the Soviet
l"i i il can stnke a ba]
bet we. n our objectives and their
need ."
H acknowledged as "one di-
in .. h a c ,., .
can move" a p opo al bj
. N on ii.. 'A isc.) who
ruggi ;;. si m in ihe I
0 .. i ii .. ii [rial peril .
rf ii Ing hich either I louse of the
i. ngri could withdraw tra i
ie its granted the S
i nco.n If it' conduct was i fl
sive with regard to emigration.
Earlier, Sen. v'ance Hartke
(D., ind.) suggested a similar
compromise with a 120-day t,ia)
period, h'ls ingi r though)
was too short a time. Ki.ssi
i an i). uous teni.es when he
a .. he would recom-
P < !e:'t.al veto of a
1 Reform till! that contained
the Mills-Vanik ;-.nd Jackson pro-
posals.
AT ONE point he said. "1
would think very seriously about
recommending a veto." At anoth-
er point, he declared. "Ii (he
President asked my opinion to-
day, I. w ould be inclined to rec-
ommend a veto." Answering Kis-
singer, Jackson said that the res-
olution of differences between
Congress and the Administration
over Soviet Emigration policies
must start in -Moscow.
o in.ike iiij ease to the Sen-
ile, the Secietaty of State must
make our case to Moscow,' Jack-
son said.
Oil, Fullback Not Linked
Continued from Page 1-A
lifted only for a trial period to
give him time to arrange a set-
tlement meant this was "a sword
over your head to have some-
thing done immediately."
KISSINGER SAID, "I actually
know nc more than you." when
he was aked by newsmen about
the reports that Arab leaders at
their meeting in Tripoli. Libya,
Mar. 13 had favored lifting the
embargo.
"I have no official report o'
official notification." Kissinger
said, 'l have the same conflict-
ing reports you have had. Your
-i "cu a:ion is as good as mine."
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Jewish Floridian
da Friday, Mo 1973
Section B
ii Abrams, Shapiro Chairmen Of
Heritage Award Dinner Apr. 2
I. A. Abrams and Herbert S.
ro have med chair-
thi Greati i Mi ni Friends
of Yeshiva L'nl H
Awar lo be held Tuesday,
2, 6:30 p. a Roc
r i annual community wide
i will honoi Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Firti I and Mr. and Mrs.
I ko\ who are to receive
i .ii the Heritage Award,
y, shiva I ni' 11 ity's high -i ac-
c lade for volunteer leadi
Flrteli and Paskows are be-
i for their outstand-
endeavore in Jewish educa-
cultural and communal
causes.
The Heritage Award Dinner is
sponsored by the Greater Miami
Friends ,,f Yeshiva University, an
organization of area industrialists.
educators, professional leaders,
parents of students and alumni
who identify with and support the
goals of the institution.
As chairmen. Mr. Abrams and
Judge Shapiro head planning com- j
mittees including more than 250 ,
prominent local leaders. Among I
those aiding them in the coordi-
nation of arrangements for the '
dinner are the co-chairmen. Hy-
man Chabner. Joseph M. Drexler,
Peter Goldring, Moses J. Grund-
-.'('._ Mo is .'. Hornstein, William
H Landa, Stuart Paskow, Jack S.'
Popick, Steven Robinson, and
L mard ZUb( i
The honorarj chairmen arc Mas!
J. Etra, chairman, hoard of trus-
i.,... Y( shiva University; Miami
. Mayor Chuck Hall. Metro
r Jack Orr, Attorney Gonna'
Shevin, and Secretary of i
| Ricr/rd honorary co-1
chairmen include Hon. Jay Der-
Hon. Richard F. Gerstein.
Joyce Goldberg, Hon. Rose
. in, Dr. Leonard Haber. Hon..
j Meyerson, Hon. Harold
Hon. Harvey Ruvin, Hon.
Sahl. Hon. Leonard Wcin-
/. H. ADAMS
stein, and Dr. Simon Mikler.
Also participating are commit-
tees of vice chairmen, associate
chairmen, and sponsors, as well as
a special rabbinic committee,
headed by Rabbi Jonah Caplan and
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, cochair-
men, with Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross, honorary chairman, and in-
cluding thirteen area spiritual
leaders.
During the six years I. H.
Abrams has been in Miami Beach
since moving from Pittsburgh, he
has become well known for his
extensive activities in Jewish com-
munal affairs. Currently chairman
of the executive committee of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy,
I. he has also taken a major role in
the campaigns of the United Jew-
R isb Appeal and Israel Bonds. Dur-
HERBtRT 5. SHAPtfO
' ing and after the Yom Kippur
War he served 8S chairman of the
ombined emergency-fund drives
conducted in the Maison Grande
Condominium Complex, where he
and his wife live.
Mr Abrams is also a member of
T.-mple Beth Sholom in Miami
Beach, of B'nai B'rith. the Zionist
Organization of America, and nu-
meroui other groups devoted to
Jewish education and to the State
of Israel.
Herbert a. aiiupiro, who was
Judge. North Baj Village, 1967-70.
r prosecuting attorney.
North Ba- Village, and former
, Istant County Solicitor. Dad?
County, from 1949-53. is a mem-
ber of the law firm of Shapiro.
Fried, Weil & Sheer in Miami
i
The president of T< mpie Fmanu-
"1 since 1971, Judge Shapiro is
among the Miami Beach Jewish
:ommunity's most dedicated lead-
ers. The organizations which have
'benefited from his participation
include the American Friends of
University which awarded
him the Torch of Learning Award
In 1972: the Israel Histadrut
Foundation, Inc.. and the Hebrew
Academy, of which he is a vice
dent.
Judge Shapiro is also a mem-
ber of the board of directors of
the Jewish National Fund, a mem-
ber of the Zionist Organization of
America, the American Jewish
Committee. American Jewish Con-
gress, the North Shore Lodge of
B'nai B'rith. the Hibiscus Lodge
of the Masons, and Miami Beach
Lodge 1601. Brotherhood and Pro-
U live Order of Elks. He was
president of the Miami Beach Bar
Association in 1958.
The forthcoming Heritage
Award Dinner will also mark area
participation in international cel-
ebrations of Dr. Samuel Belkin's
30th anniversary as president of
Yeshiva University. Renowned
scholar, educator and administra-
tor. Dr. Belkin has, during the
i past three decades, guided th | The Fershkos
In Concert At
Oneg Shabbos
Concert Artists Sara and Chaim
i Fershko were to be featured en-
! tertainers at the David Pinski Cul-
tural Club Oneg Shabbos Thursday
at the Ida Fisher School Cafeteria.
The Fershkos were to offer a
program of Yiddish and Hebrew
songs, and Chaim Fershko, pianist,
was to present a group of solos
including his own concerto, "The
Yom Kippur War."
Also on the program was to be
L. Lasavin, author and lecturer,
who was to speak on the writer,
Aron Zeitlin.
university to ii> greatest growth
in : e and in the scope oN its
arship, research and com-
munal service programs,
Now in its 88th year, Yeshiva
i Ini ers t>
and largest university established
under Jewish auspice-. In it-; un-
dergraduate colleges and graduate
divisions the university offers
courses leading to degrees and di-
plomas in the liberal Brl na
social and behavioral sciences,
education, medicine, social work.
fudaic studies and other profes-
sional fields, for a current enroll-
ment of more than 7,000 men and
women.
Yeshiva University's .Main Cen-
ter is in the Washington Heights
section of Manhattan. Its throe
. other maior teaching centers are
' located elsewhere in Manhattan
i and the Bronx.
Dr. Ivor Fix, (left! Mrs. Ceil Ross Block, and Samue; Gel n
admire the huge wall plaque that was established in honor
of the Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach "for their
dedication cad outstanding support of the tumor clinic rr-
gram." Th3 presentation was made by Gertner, executive
vice president of Mount Sinai Medical Center, at a recent
dedication ceremony. Dr. Fix is chairman of the Department
of Radiotherapy. The Women's Cancer League has donated
over S500.000 to Mount Sinai for the care of indigent patients
and thi purchase of equipment since 1959. _________
KeUi Torali to Present
Rabbi Norman Mussman, educa-
tional director of Beth Torah Con-
gregation, has announced that a
Passover Institute will be held for
Religious School students and
their parents Monday, April 1 at
7:30 p.m. in the main sanctuary
of Beth Torah.
The evening will include a per-
formance bv Beth Torah Youth of
Passover Institute
! -Joseph and the Amazing Tech-
licolor Dreamcoat" directed by
Cant >r Jacob Mendelson; a P iss-
uer skil written bj Barrj S sgal,
lis us ion period on "Why
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Friday, March 22, 1J
Are Reds Behind
Golan Flare Up?
WXSHTSGTt S fTA") A
i i the Near and
Middle East i that the
i Golan Heights could be a
Sov;rt att mpt to halt the proc-
ess ; wards peace in the Middle
or a warning to the United
State thai Russia counJ prevent
settit ment.
The So\ iet Union, University
of London Hi tory Prof. Bernard
Lewis told a Renati Subcommit-
t holdi ";i time bomb" by its
i- ion* hip with the Pali
i I >rganization thai il
"could explode at any time" and
it could e its alliance with
Syria to disrupt the progress
i I pet
nil SOVIET UNION", Lewis
not have annexation of
i in the VI I st a
i I bul seeks a "client" re-
lal I ip with counti i .- there,
I:- inl ui nee in Syiia and Iraq,
h noti { al i ad" means it vir-
I utflanks Turkey and Iran.
I less influence
th Syria than doe- the USSR.
Lewis made i n< nt3 in
i -c to Senators' at a hearing on a study on nego-
I tion ai d stati craft held by the
S b1 Pi rm ment Subcommittee
on Investigations of which Sen.
Henry Jackson (D., Wash.) is
man
Senator Sam Xunn (D.. Ga.) in-
quired whether the Premier
Goida Meir government would
i :. i sions" toward a set-
tle ment. Lewis replied that no
Israeli government could cede
Jerusalem or the Golan Hi
but "there i; much more
on the West Bank" for maneuver.
eu\ i
BETWEEN EGYPT and Israel,
he said, "possible" a re
uld be reached "satisfactory to
both, pci hap? in stages."
Collapse of the Jordan govern-
ment, facing a rising threat from
Iraq and Syria, "will be far more
ominous" than ever before t'>
brai
Regarding Saudi Arabia's "re-
ligious i i over Jerus
Lewi: >aid inat in his two-n
vhil to Egyj I and Israel I >
Ji be recently returned hi
was told King Faisal had li V
visited Jerusalem while Joi
ed that city.
ON THE present stage of the
confl ct, Lewis
"for the Firsl lince the ig
nature oi the Rhodes Armi
nt in 1949, th< re is rea1
for peace'1 in the area. A
solution must entail a pn
ab ml Arab rec
tion of (he existence of Isri
and afterwards determine- tht
il Israel, he said.
"1 rael h is not and never ha
had any frontiers but only c<
t re lin -' he said. "Even the old
international frontier with Egyi :
v.a- formally abolished by t!i
- Armistice agreement
ironically at Egypt's insisten
and redesignated a- a ceasefire
line without prejudice t-.i th-
claims of either party in an
eventual political settlement." he
.red
Family Retreat Weekend At
Hollywood Beach March 29-31
Stanley R. Gilbert, president of
the YM-YWHA, a part of the Jew-
y Centers of South
>porl t! at t'ie response
to t"i" Center'." Public Affairs
C n ttee's Family Retreat Week-
end has been tremendous.
Many South Florida families will
> eki nd at tne noward
Hi llywood
:.. Friday. March 2J through
Murch 31, accordin
I ;. i' I. i the YMHA.
Sidor -.-or ol
nphy at Co.umbia I
; I will be the keynote speaker;
his theme will be "The Future of
the American Jewish Community."
In addition. Rabbi David Lehr
fii Id, spiritual leader of Kneceth
Israel Congregation, and Arthu:
Teitelbaum, executive director of
ihe Anti-Defamation League, will
-peak. There will also be discus
sion groups and "rap sessions."
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this family style weekend. Chi!-1
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legist HurMtmm
Page 3-B
Is Anti Semitism Reviving?
NEW YORK (JTA1 Two
officials of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith claimed
on Mar. 5 that a "new^ worldwide evidence of
anti Seniitis"rhw was rampant*"' Tnat calling
based on insensitivity and indif-
ference to Jewish concerns.
The charge was made at a
press conference here by Sey-
mour Giaubard, national chair-
man of the ADL, who reported
the result* of three and a half
years Ol research by Arnold
Forster, the ADL's associate di-
rector and general counsel and
Benjamin R. Epstein, its national
director.
THE STl'DY will be published
next month in the form of a
b iok. "The New Anti-Semitism,"
b) McGraw-Hill.
Graubard said the results re-
vealed that the major difference
between anti-Semitism today and
the traditional kind is that "the
new anti-Semitism" is not neces-
sarily deliberate in character and
is more often "expressed by
i gpected individuals and in-
stitutions here and abroadpeo-
ple who would be shocked to
think themselves, or have others
think of them as anti-Semites."
The primary sources of the
"new anti-Semitism,'' according
to the ADL study, are pro-Arab
elements, the radical left and
radical right. Black extremists,
the Soviet Union, Arab nations
and movements in Europe and
Latin Americaall in addition to
the remnants of hate-monger-
Ing that plagued the U.S. in the
1920s.
C.RAl BARD and the authors
of the study conceded that crit-
iei-ni of l.raeli actions or policies
was not in itself prima facie
of anti-Semitism but
Tor" or' supporting
policies that could lead to the
destruction of the Jewish State
was.
The study also named authors,
journalists and various media in
America who they claimed pro-
mote an unfavorable stereotype
of Jews.
The study accused the Wash-
ingion columnists Rowland Evans
and Robert Novak of being "con-
sistently hostile to Israel." It re-
called the controversial Palm
Sunday sermon of The Very Rev.
Francis B. Sayre Jr., dean of
Washington's National (Episco-
pal i Cathedral calling Israelis
oppressors" and equating th(
massacre of Isiaeli athletes at
Munich with the "accidental
deaths of villagers during Israeli
self-defense raids against terror-
ist bases in Lebanon."
THE STUDY also castigated
Father Daniel Berrigan for criti-
cizing Israel "in New Left
terms" and engaging in "what a
prominent American rabbi (Ar-
thur Hertzberg) deseribed as
'old-fashioned theological anti-
Semitism'."
It also attacked the film "Jesv
Christ Superstar" (filmed in
Israel) for allegedly white-wash.
ing Pontius Pilate and perpetuat-
ing "Ihe lie that... the Jews col-
lectively killed Christ."
Other films under attack for
"anti Jewish stereotyping'' were
"Portnoy's Complaint.' Every
Youth Aliyah Luncheons
In MB Hadassah Plans
noon at the Carillon H tel
grow? 'H attend the matinee
The
per
The toll wing groups of the Ml
ami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
have planned meetings for Mon-
day.
Halm Yassky Group will have its
eye bank luncheon at the Tarleton
Hotel at noon. Mrs. Sherman Fast,
former president of tthe Miami
Beach Chapter of Hadassah. will | March 28. at noon. Chairperson
neaker Mrs. Murray are the Anne Miller, Muriel Kan
and Rose Reingold, with Mrs.
formance of "I Do. 1 Do" starring
Theodore Bikel. Mrs. Rose Zeig
mund is president.
Fddie Cantor Group will have
its Youth Aliyah luncheon at the
Pontainebleau Hotel Thursday,
be guest
Cohen is president.
Stephen S. Wise will hold it
Youth Miyah luncheon at tthe
I n.i Hotel. Rabbi David l! lab
will be guest speaker. Catherim
Russell will entertain with songs,
accompanied by pianist Aida Vas
lo. Mrs. Murray Fuhr will be chair-
person, with Mrs. Gertrude Sosna
presiding,
Israeli Group will hold itts Youth
Aliyah luncheon at the Al {iersl
Hotel. A musical program will be.
pn sented by Mrs. Marion Spear,
aacomi inied by Mrs. Estelle
Huberman, Mrs. Esther Meyer isj
pn sidentt.
Henrietta Szold will hold Itts
Youth Aliyah luncheon at the Al-
giers Hotel. A musical program
will be presented by Olga Pavlova,
accompanied by Olga Bibor Stern
Mrs. Ruth Goold will be the chair-
in, Mrs. Evelyn Rosenb
presid
Golda Melr Or oup will have its
regular meeting at 5700 Collins
Ave. at 12:30 p.m. An Israeli film
will be shown with Mrs. Rosalie
Shapiro presiding
llenl Group will hold it* Youth
Aliyah luncheon v> ednesday, at
Sol
Krasner presiding.
Sophie Tucker will have its Youth
Aliyah luncheon Thursday, March
23. at the Doral Hotel. Mrs. Jane
Ro'sengarten will be chairperson
Mrs. Leo Podden is pn sident.
I.ouis D. Brandeis will have its
Youth Aliyah luncheon at the Fon-
talnebleau Hotel Thursday, March
28. at noon. In charge of reserva
are Mrs. Harry Mocl and
Mr. Nathan Levine.
Career in Cantorate
Is Rabbi's Subject
Cantor Jacob Mendelson of Beth
Torah Congregation and Cantpi
ran Alper of Temple Adath Ve-
hurun will be hosts to Rabbi Mor-
ton 1 eifman of New York, direc-
tor of th? Cant trs Institute of the
I w'-h Theological Seminal y of
America.
M< nday at 7:30 r.m., at the Jew-
ish Federation Bldg., 4200 Bis-
.-;,- ne Blvd.. Rabbi Leifman will
i.k to young men interested in a
career in the cantorate. He will
also show a film made by ABC on
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WHEN, KE**Mtt:itS at the,
press conference noted that some
of these films were made or writ-
ten by Jews, Forster and Epstein
replied that those Jews were
"grossly insensitive."
The analysis stated at the out-
set that "a clear potential for
Nazi-like devastation does not
exist in contemporary America"
and conceded that even in the
Soviet Union, "perhaps the
world's greatest purveyor of anti-
Semitism today, the situation of
the Soviet Jews, onerous as it is,
is a far cry from the mass
physical destruction of European
Jewry in the thirties and forties."
Rohyn Tubin City of Hope Plans Day at the Races
A regular meeting of the Robyn hospitality chairman.
Tubin Chapter. City of Hope, will
be held Thursday. March 28. at
12:30 p.m. at the Washington Fed-
eral, 633 NE 167th St. A business
meeting will precede the planned
afternoon and refreshments will
be served. Mrs. Nettie Klarfeen is
The chapter is planning a day at
(he races for Tuesday. April 16. at
noon, at Hialeah Park. In charge
if reservations arc Sadie Pearl-
man, chairman, and Frieda Alt-
fesi, cochairman. Mrs. Allan Wag-
ner is chapter president.
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vjewtet nahkMam
Friday, March 22, ]$J
Publisher Shochet's Articles on Target
tii
When Jews stop worship^
eir diamonds and mink coat.
EDITOR, IfeC Jewish Floridian:
I found Publisher Fred K.
net's report on his visit to
formative and high-
1\ lot
If, as observed by Shochet on
Mar. 8. "we in America don't
able to share" the
views of Israeli Minister of La-
bor Joseph Almogi that "this
I the >om Klppur War) the
Arab defeat was much greater
than in 1967.'" may I point out
that only a few days ago, as pub-
lished in the Washington Post
and other newspapers, Adm.
'lauiMa M Moorer, chairman of
the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, re-
ported to Congress that the Is-
raelis won the war militarily,
and that it was the Israelis who
"Ultimately obtained dominant
positions on both fronts."
Admiral Moorer had high
praise for the Israeli field com-
manders, and commented that
"although the price was high, the
advantages gained through deci-
sive leadership at the crucial mo-
ment made the losses worth-
while."
THIS OPINION that in the
Y m Kippur War Israel achieved
a military victor} greater than
in the Six-Day war of June. 1967.
ite the I us, Pearl
Harbor-like surprise attack on
4he Jewish holiest and most sa-
( also expressed by
the Israeli xpert and
commi i haim Hi
who str< that nol only did
the !<.. I inter-
attacking, possible
odd*, but i eded in turn-
ing th oth the Egyp-
tian and
HERBERT SAVITZ
Miami Bearh
EDITOR. T.te Jewish Floridian:
Th' lerican oil
cartels ingi Amer-
turning
Israel is,
MEATLESS
SPAGHETTI
, SAUCES
You pour on Italian Ta'am,
when you glorify your spa-
ghetti with a sauce by Chel
Boy-Ar-Dee*. His home-
atyle Meatless or Mushroom
Sauce makes it a richly deli-
, cious dish. Use these superb
aauces to make the most of
meat loaf and pot roast. With
noodles and ricotta. you've
pot a great lasagna. Wait till
you try them with omelets or
fish. Just keep plenty handy.
Between you and Chef Boy-
Ar-Dee, a family could never
go hungry.
so obvious thai we wonder that
no criminal action is taken
against this quite apparent viola-
tion of law by the officials deal-
ing with foreign governments on
n policy.
Columnist Jack Anderson re-
ts from Saudi Arabia that ex-
propriation is just months away,
and will be done in stages, with
more and more stock being taken
over by the sheikhs, and the
seven sisters of the Aramco
cartel will be out of business.
TO FORESTALL this move.
the president of Aramco reports
that once the embargo is lifted,
oil imports will be Increased over
the pre-Yom Kippur War levels
by 2-8 million barrels per day.
This is only a carrot being held
in front of the nose of the Amer-
ican public to make them de-
mand the sell-out Of Israel. How
else- will the embargo end?
However, the Shah of Iran hit
the companies where it really
hurts oy icporting to the Amer-
ican public that more crude is
coming in now than before the
embargo. Energy Czar Simon was
badly stung by that one and re-
acted like he was caught with his
lies showing he knew he was
caught taking the oil companies'
chestnuts out of the fire.
WHAT WE are faced with in
this country is a hunch of private
citizens taking orders on foreign
policy from foreign governments,
and lying to the American
people. They must take orders or
suffer the quicker loss of their
concessions,
I personally do not think it is
important to the welfare and
ol this nation where the
to the concessions lies be-
cause the same amount of oil will]
here, and probably at
cheaper prices.
They are crawling on their
proud American bellies before
the sheikhs to do their bidding,,
even to the extent of depriving
I'ni'ei! SI ites Navy in the
Mediterranean of fuel at a criti-
cal time : ition's security,
ited the crimi-
nal ol the United s'
' ; si ind trial. They put
ahead of the coun-
try.
ARTHUR ROTH
Miami
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
In reference to the Passover
Guideline pub lasl week
n | lie Jewish Floridian. may I
make the followin I tol I i:
The n i i mption of the first-
born on Erev Pesach is a custom
to ledeem the first-born through
the completion of a Talmudic
Tractate, and the first-born does
not fast on that day.
Therefore I have ruled that the
"Siyum" can be arranged for Fri-
day and not on Thursday.
THE Cl'STOMARY fast itself
originated in Talmudic times, but
it was never made a law. only
Wholesale Distributors of
rather a custom. Maimonides ig-
nores the custom. The Tal. Yen.-
shalml Pesachim Ch. 10 and Tal
rim Ch. 21 are the sources.
If Erev Pesach is on the Sab-
bath, as Itfs this year, the fast is
advanced to Thursday, according
to some opinions, and to Friday,
according to others (Meiri and
Tosaplioth Provincial. Some rule
that it should be disregarded
completely.
During the Temple years when
the Pascal sacrifice was offered.
it seems that the fasting of the
firstborn was not practiced. This
is evidenced by the rulings of the
Mishna L'melwh on .Maimonides
Laws of Temple Vessels Ch. 6.
art. 9.
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Friday, March 22, 1974
Awisfi lk>rSctiar
Page 5-B
'Essential Equivalence9 Aim of Talks
By JOSEPH AI.KOP
WASHINGTON "Essential
i .valence'" is now the official
description of the American ob-
', live in the new round of'taiks
..-^strategic arm-; limitations.
1 j etary of State Henry A. Kis-
singer and Secretary of Defense
James Schlessinger have sworn
an oaths to one another to
ai-Ti for "essential equivalence"
ami .to take nothing: less.
The SALT negotiators have
; been so instructed Thus the con-
siderable period has ended when
the U.S. government had no
I agreed position concerning the
I next round of SALT.
BIT IT has to be admitted
Ithat, short of a miracle, anything
[like a real agreement ba-.ed on
('essential equivalence" will be
i'l but impossible to obtain from
t: .' Soviets.
There are two cardinal points
that weigh against a future SALT
|agreement that would represent
genuine Soviet-American bal-
ance in strategic weapons
To begin with, the U.S. SALT
legotiators are now heavily
capped by the fact that the
''>' t SAL Pa ret mi nt, ro loudly
applauded in the United States,
di.l not remote!} berin to repre-
sent "essential equivalence"
THIS WAS partly the result of
gross American official under-
estimation of Soviet progress in
weaponry. It was concluded, fo:
example, thai the Soviets could
net possibly produce a subma-
rine-launched bail! tic missile
with anything like the range of
the American Trident.
Yet the first SALT agreement
was hardly Binned when just such
a missile was tested by the So-
viets.
More generally, and in all soils
of additional ways, intangible
U.S. technological advantages
were falsely counted upon to
compensate for the enonnous
tangible advantages allowed to
the Soviets in the vital area of
missile power and missile num-
bers.
TO THE foregoing arguments
from false assumptions, however,
another quite realistic argument
was added by Dr. Kissinger.
JOSEPH ALSO?
Given the character of the
former U.S. defense program and
the former Defense DeDartment
leadership, (here was little likeli-
hood of a sudden surge of U.S.
effort when the first SALT
agreement was signed.
We had no plans th<-n and we
had no means then to do what we
promised not to do in SALT I.
So it was persuasively and realis-
tically argued that the agreement
gave nothing away that had not
been given away already.
UNHAPPILY, that does not
aller the prevent handicap result-
ing from SALT I. Wheneve
equal agreement ha< been signed
with the Soviets, they have al-
ways automatically assumed that
gross inequality, favoring tl
has thus b-come a matter of
righl
This rule was sadly underlined
by the extreme inequality of the
first Soviet proposal' for the sec-
ond round of SALT.
When you have given an inch,
and have had a miie taken it is
always vastly harder to get back
on a sound basis. In the present
instance, the problem is made
much, much worse by the second
cardinal point above-mentioned.
IN BRIEF, as anyone can see
fiom the new Soviet missile pro-
grams, the Soviet military loat
nothing whatever by the first
SALT agreement. ^^
It can be strongly argueu in
fact that the Soviet defense min-
ister. Marshal Andrei Grechko.
and his colleagues actually made
great pains from SALT I.
They went on getting every
ruble they could possibly have
demand-d to forge ahead with
ever} kind of lavish defense im-
provement. Meanwhile, the West-
ern nations got a huge dose at
i ,... which Ma i
;,: i k hardiy have minded.
AT raia juncture, ho
one thing i- already abundantly
The Soviet military are surely
going to suffer where th } ;i ind
suffering mo t in the future
scale of their defense invest*
i,..-;i'.s if the U.S. .-ALT n e
tiators seriously in i=t upon 'es-
scnt.', equivalence."
You now have a position, in
fact, tvbere nothing l.ke "essen-
tial equivalence" can possibiy be
attaint.d except at the expense of
the Soviet military and their
projects.
XUI8 WILL require i further
development that is extremely
improbable. General Secretary
Lc -id Brezhnev will have to get
exceptionally tough with Marsh il
Grechko. who Is more like his
"closest comrade in arms" than
his chief sparring partner in the
Kremlin.
You can see, then, why mira-
cles are now required for anoth-
er SALT agreement.
feitelbaum To
peak Wednesday
At Temple Beth E!
y rthur X. Teitclbaum. director
W tnc Florida regional office of
Qk Anti-Defamation League of
Bftiai B'rith, will speak Wednes-
day at 8 p.m. in Temple Beth El's
Tobin Auditorium. 1351 S. 14th
4ve., Hollywood, according to Al-
fred Golden, cultural program
chairman.
Mr. Teitelbaum is responsible
tor the implementation of ADL's
multi-faceted human relations pro-
grams throughout Florida, direct-
ln^ the league's state-wide activi-
ties in the fields of interreligious
Boopcration, race relations, educa-
tion, police-community relations
Bid the counteraction of extremist
activities. Under his direction the
J| ',. Regional Office processes
Bl-erimination complaints involv-
g employment, housing and pub-
ic accommodations.
Teitelbaum initiated the first
Lutheran-Jewish Dialogue in the
Bid-West involving the Missouri
Knod Branch of the Lutheran
Ch.r.'ch. In 1969 he organized a
|)Uthern Baptist Jewish Symposi-
Un in Miami, involving Jewish and
Southern Bapti.-t clergymen and
aymen. the first such meeting in
he United States.
He has served as consultant on
tergroup relations for several
Iblice departments in the mid-
I and in Florida. In 1969 he
mulcted a week-long community
Hiations training course for coin-
land-level officers of the Duval
(Duiity Sheriff's Department.
The public is invited. Refresh-
fcaents will be served. Proceeds to
{0 to the Youth Activities Fund.
Camp Geala Site
Of Red Cross
Training School
E The American Red Cross has
gain chosen a young people's
Snimer camp as the Florida site
>' J "triple school", training in-
ructors in first aid, small craft
andling and aquatic safety, own
p-s of the camp disclosed.
Miamians Morris and Sheila
iValdman and .1. I. Montgomery
aid their Camp Ocala, on Lake
Jellers in the Ocala Nationa,
'orest, will be used by the Ret',
toss for the national organiza-
tion's June 9-19 sessions. This is
he fourth consecutive year the
led Cross is bringing its schools
o the camp.
More than 165 men and women
rom the southeastern states will
nake Camp Ocala's quarter mile
leachfront a giant outdoor class
i [K~h. Graduates will be certifiec
o teach the newest Red Cross
afety techniques.
Just because it's margarine
doesn't mean it's par ve.
Check the margarine section in
your supermarket. You'll find
that while just about every brand
is marked kosher, Sweet Unsalted
Mazola is one of the few that's
also pane. So you can enjoy its
fresh, light, delicate taste with all
your meals.
And Sweet Unsalted Mazola is
ideal for cooking, too. Unlike but-
ter and most other margarines,
it won't burn at normal frying
temperatures of 300 to 350.
Of course, there are a few other
things you should keep in mind.
Since Sweet Unsalted Mazola ^
is made with golden corn oil, it's
low in saturated fats. High in
polyunsaturates. And has no cho-
lesterol at all. (Naturally the
unique no-milk formula is per-
fect, too, for anyone with a milk
allergy.)
Sweet Unsalted Mazola. It's good
with dairy. Good with meat.
And good sense, besides.
Sweet Unsalted Mazola.
The fresh-tasting parve margarine.
91-021
"lOC off on any Mazola Margarine.
ro THE DEALER; 1
pon you accept as
each eou
thorised
agent on the purchase by a con-
sumer of the pe< ified product, we
will pay you face value plus >'
handling charges, provided you
and yout customet have complied
with the terms ol this consumer
offer; any other application con-
stitutes Iran,1. Coupon may not be
assigned or transferred by you. Voii
when presented by outside agency,
broker, or institutional _
f$2
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user, or whore prohihile I. taxed
or otherwise restricted. Youi
lomer must pay an\ sales ia\. In-
voices showinuyout pur, In-.- ol
sufficient stock to covet > nupotvi
presented fot redemption must be
showtvon request. Limit one to a
family. Cash redemption v
1/20 ol K Good only in 1 '.S.A.
Semi to: Best Foods Division,
(IV lntem.iuon.il It* ^Box I -',
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Friday, March 22, 1974
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Damn Yan-
KKS. LIONARD PLATT
A giant "Wishing Well" will
feature the vrM i] Siin'.: Lunch-
, on 'i Sisterhood of T anple Hell;
Sholom <>i Miami Beach Wednes-
. len I.'" Hotel,
according to Mr*. Irving Miller,
Sisterhood president,
Sv ;h .1 wish around in Sis-
Wishing We sec
what y< \\ ne i
Mrs. i eonard Plat lun

Wil lur a
I
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h H '. Ir
W . '' i:..
, [>
Jacq :
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ert 1 n, Sidney V burd am
Ann.- Miller.
A
lunch March S.
by Mrs. Sam Hirsch al her loveiy
Pinetree Dr. home, and Mrs, Al-
bert Rosenberg, chairman of the
sponsors committee, announces
the fi Now ing partial list o:' spon-
sors which i- growing every day:
Mesdames Dora Y. Abrahams,
Sam Adler, William Agranove,
Michael Albin, Cecily Bergrr.
Jacqu< i Bril. Jonas Brotman,
William Chersky, Lloyd Cooper
Marvin Cooper, I'hilip Davis,
Selma D nburg, Clara B. Denner,
Al Devore, Hannah Dresler,
David Drucker, loon J. Ell,
Margie Feldman, Milton Gaynor
Gar) Gerson, Ror.13 GoIdiit!d,
Harol I Gram if, Joseph Grnber
Jack Hartley, Kenneth Herahey,
Sanrael Hirsch, Leon J. Kaplan,
Murrj Koretzky, Meyer Kotlrr.
Donald 'ft' n. Samuel I.ciner.
Samuel Levin, Edward Levinson,
Richard Iievy, Bernard Loring
Benjamin MandeH, Mortimei
May. Michael Mersel, Anna Mil
li r, loonard Miller, Irving Mil-
ler, Joseph Novel, Samuel Oritt
Godfrey Perett, Leonard Platt,
David Ponve, 8yd Reichstein
Benjamin Rimer, Harry Rimer,
Alb rl Rosenberg, Waltei ('.. Sail,
Julius Ser, Jack B. Shapiro, Is-
rael Shapiro, Charles Silvers,
Harry II. Smith, Samuel Spoont,
Martin J Steiner, Harold vinik
and Robert Yasman,
A
A vivacious and attractive
group of young women, member?
of the Atlantic Shore Chapter of
Women's American our, held a
luncheon meeting Tuesday, Mar,
12. at the Algiers Coffee simp
red from the hotel and
under band new management,
Gladys Kanengeiser presided at
the festivities and among those
enjoying tlie food and the service
were \nita Rottenherg, secre-
tary, Mildred Kote, an ex-presi-
dent, Minnie Goldstein, Kith Ai-
de; man, Dutch lloff, Mary JaftV,
Ida I.cvine and Isabell Bernstein.
ft Temple Zion Theatre Guild is
presenting the Broadway musical
Damn Yankees" based on a book
bj George Abbott and Douglass
Wallop, music and lyrics by
Richard Adler and Jerry Ross.
The plot concerns an avid Wash-
ington Senators baseball fan who
sells his soul to the devil to help
the Washington team win the
int from the
Tir 1 year's theatre in tnc -
round production is directed by
Dolores Miller and Sally Levin.
1 are Saturday. Mar. 23rd; I
March 24th: Saturday,
h 30th; and Sunday, March
Curtain goes up at 8:30 p.m.
available at the temple
ee from Arthur Bloom, or at
loor.
\ pecial family matinee per-
nce Sunday at 2:30 p.m.
Featured in this year's east
Barry Whit* Mr, Applegate;
Garj ('.inner. Joe Hardy; I.enora
Brcwn, Meg: Pa' Grernberg.
Lola, and Sol Wish. Benny Van
Buren
JNF Purim
Queen Chosen
At a recent Purim celebration
in the Fontainebleau Hotel at-
ended by some l.OOO persons. Mrs.
Ezra Finegold was -elected as
Queen of the JNF Purim Founds-
[ion Festival.
This recognition was awarded to
Mrs. Finegold as a tribute to her
dedicated lifelong service to Zion-
ism, Judaism and to the State o(
Israel.
Guest gepeaker was Abram Sale
mon. executive 'ice president of
the Jewish National Fund of
America. Chairman of the evening
wa> the Hon. Jay Dermer, presi-
lent of the Jewish National Fund
if Greater Miami. Speaking on the
goals Of the Foundation of the
Jewish National Fund was Judge
Zev W. Kogan, president, JNF
en.
Accompanying the Queen to her
ironation were Abraham Grun-
,ut, vice pn si l nl of the Jewish
. 1 nal Fund of Greater Miami
nd Arthur Miller, chairman of
::c Jewish National Fund for
East. The Prince ';-
Last yea I rence
owned her
ivas pr ; by Mrs. Kay
by pianist-
iko.
Last year's INF Purim Queen, Mrs. Florence Minov (lei;
crowned her successor to the "thronH," Mrs. Ezra Finegold,
At right is Mrs. Herman Dermer, Princess, who accompanied
the queen to her coronation._____________________________
Israeli Author
Israeli author and journalist
Amos Elon has arrived in Miami
for a week's stay as a Scholar-in-
Re: idence.
El in is the author of th b st-
alling hoi 1. "The Israelis: Fi
r- ind Sun-" and has sen
i! corre pondent for
rally re
iper.
A 1 out "
is an original
; leepl involved
1
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; r tly 1
Sponsoi
(he G :l Wi

American Z
" ,1
Visiting Miami
talk with groups of students
ing Florida's first Jew sh Stu ; ts
Seminar tiiis weekend at I
versity of Miami's Hillel .1 -,''x
Studei 1 Center.
Al h mgh his visit is
vi, off( i 1
PI ortunit) to shari
mi ht, Mr E
also addn ss 1 'ad us of M -
hi munil in .. -
Suniaj at th G
.: -, : d
National seciu
' '. 1 Durii 1 y.
ral
rvists will
. irra i np! 1: 1 k-
I i-t <. to thi ii !
n Ih '3 irake good
pa; gkmbbkg, cam camw
David, rn
M irch 15 1 i pou
. : ;:....,! -;;il Wayne
A. Hail n 0 Virginia Beach \ a.
A first ild for Iocs
Mr. and Mia Bernard Martin <.f
N rth Mi imi Bi ac 1. Mat
is Mrs. Morris
Goodman of Norfolk, Va. Ihe
new father g a luated from North ]
Miami High School and Florida '
State University. A psychiatric
social wo ki r, he earned hi.; mas-
at Columbia.
Reaee Steinberg turned her :
. 11 r Tuesday
for c ktails and luncheon si
Iris < itler's oil painting
of Goldi Meir, and a sculpture
1 "Jubilation" by Judith
-. Also featured was the
phy of MUieent A. her,
!>:iiik- of MarvcHe Kaplan. Anne
Keenan oils and watercolors bj
Ni icj Greenbi rg. Guests w< e
friends and members of Hadas-
sah and procei d from the art
exhibit we e earmarked for the
Hadas ah Medical Organization
which supports a hospital in Is-
rael.

Jerusalem Mayor Teddy KoUok
clipped into nun quietly last
week. He was spotted having din-
ner at The betsy with old
friends, the Colonel Jacob Arveys
and the Henry Crowns ifho fail
The Flamingo Club Hotel on >!
Avenue home for the winter.:
At a table nearby was French
publisher Henry Gault looking
over Ihe Miami Beach scene for
an in-depth story on South Flor-
ida.
I.ilit GampeL 14 year old vio-
lin virtuoso, will give a recital
Ti mple Beth Sholom on Its
Great Artists Series Saturday
evening. When she was 10, Lilit
won the Los Angeles Young Mu-
sicians inn petition 1 in past
years won !>y pianists Van Cii-
hum and Misha Dichter.) Since '
then she lias been exclusively a
soloist, playing the Mendelssohn i
Concerto. Mozart Concerto No. 4
and the Brahm.-, Double Concerto
with orchestras like the New
York and Los Angeles Philhar-
monics, the Israel Chamber Or-
chestra and the Vienna Sym-
phony. Tickets for the concert
are available at Temple Beth Sho-
lom. Miami Beach Radio Co. and
Allegro Music House in Coral
Gables.
for the
MAYVIN
at your Seder
.*
You want the coffee you serve at
Passover to be as fine as your wine.
That's MAXIM" FREEZE-DRIED COFFEE.
MAXIM tastes like perked coffee
because MAXIM starts with fresh perked
coffee. Then it's freeze-dried into big
dark chunkschunks of real perked
coffee. Serve your Seder guests MAXIM
by the cup or the potful.

CERTIFIED KOSHER EC* PASSOVER BY RABBI BERNARD UVY
MAXIM* THE MAYVIN'S FAVORITE FOR FINE COFFEE FLAVOR
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Smathers Announces Candidacy
For Secretary of State Post
State Sen. Bruce A. Smathers the past." He /.Hid that Floridi
has announced his candidacy for ana want a leadership thai they
the office of Secretary of State in can look to with pride
"Fioridians, like all Americans,"
he said, "are faced with rising
prices for food and other essei)
tials of life shortages of gas, elec-
tricity and other forms of energy;
rising incident- of crime, and most
unfortunately, misuse of the public
trust
"I believe Fioridians want a Sec-
retary o! State whose appeal is
not limited, but one who appeals
to all our citizens. And most im
portantly," Sen. Smathers said, '"I
believe Fioridians want a leader-
ship which has not only the ability
to act, but also a leader-hip
which does not embarrass because
of its actions."
Sen. Smathers, son of former
I nited States Senator George
Smathers, is a 30-year-old native
of iMami.
A jolly company wishing "a jolly good fel-
low," Maurice Gasman (center) godspeed as
he was officially welcomed into the Stage-
hands Union (Local No. 545) as an honorary
life member. Presenting Mr. Gusman with
the cemmemorative plaque are (left to right)
Paul G. Robertson of the International Alli-
ance of Theatrical Employees, J. Greg Kasp-
er, president of Local No. 545, Philip Bernay
of th = International Alliance, James Alfano,
Michael McCarthy, Paul Schwendel and
Dutch Xasper, officers of Local No. 543.
SN. BiUCE SMATHERS
I] ,lections t< be hi Id this fall.
S thei s, a .'' icral f:om
.i, .. im le, ns are
i or fro). hip, a
I ; ..,:. dedi-

| b '.: ne.
a '
m I al
County, said
v i the futu
meet il
e thai
: ns. but not tied I
Kendall Students
To Visit Sunland,
Present Donation
After collecting newsprint and
other paper since !:>-' September,
nts .it Kendall Academy will
I ate most of the proceeds
0 to Sunland Training Center
3 ,i visit there next Wednes-
Twenty-five 5th and Gth grade
pupils "ill spend that day visiting
and an! turn over the money
in a 1 p.m. ceremony. The funds
into a Resident Sponsorship
and two children will receive the
\ as incentive pay and u^c
it .'or personal shopping.
Students from grades four
through seven at the Academy
- ent thi' past school year collect-
the i aper; parent volunteers
hauled it to recycling centers.
The Academy, which opened in
1<>58, ted al 124C1 SW 102nd
Ave South Miami.
An accredited private school, it
utilizes the "Open Space" class-
i oom concept, and is the first pri-
ya e school in Dade County to
starl the middle school eono-it.
A Ttb grade began list SeptcmUr.
and anCthgrade is being planned,
according to Headmaster Paul E.
I erg.
Hillel Students
Elect Officers
The Hillel Community Day
School in North Miami Beach hole.
S ii lent Council elections recently.
Officers are Carla Saxon, presi-
dent: Arthur i.eVine, vice presi-
de::!; Ava Berman, secretary, and
Adina Adler, treasurer.
Elected class representatives in-
clude Rache! Cohen, liana Drucker,
Jav Seinfeld. Ada Koster. Shepard
Koster. Lisa Drucker, Ron Opher
Daniel Polley, Terry Koppel. Don-
na Winton and Fay Duffner.
Alternate representatives are
Seth Bcrkowit7.. Richard Scharlat,
Jacob Bidnick, Michael Pomcranz.
Leigh Cohen, Jeffrey Scheck^
Nancy Genad, Erlic Lipson and
Lori Reiss.
Mrs. Joan Samuels and Jerry
Katz are faculty advisors and RaD-
bi Dov Bidnick is Hillel principal-
Your matzo
never had it
B
Breakstone
When you sit down to enjoy a crisp matzo,
it's nice to know that Breakstone won't
break up a good thing.
So this Passover, butter your matzo,
cottage-cheese it, slather it with sour cream, or
make it more tempting with Temp-Tee
whipped cream cheese.
Then, go right on spreading Breakstone
throughout the year. (Not to mention mixing,
scooping and dipping.)
Kosher for Passover: Creamed Cottage Cheese, California
St I Cottage Cheese. Tiny Soft Curd Cottage Cheese
Pot Style Cottage Cheese, Farmer Cheese Temp Tee
Whipped Cream Cheese. Sour Cream, Sweet Whipped14
Sleet Print Butter. Certified by Rabbi Jacob Cohen,
Spring Valley, N.Y.


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Friday, Maich 22, 1974
Weekend
W Activities
At YMHA
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
?
A "Welcome Spring Dante" will
be held by the YMHA's Mature
Singles group Saturday at 8 p.m.
in the Golden Key Room, accord-
ing to Larry Bronis. president. All
singles are invited to attend. Light
refreshments will be served.
-b ir is
There will be an Open House
nd Camp Heunion at tMe Centra,
YM-YWHA Sunday from noon un-
til 3 p.m.
Y members and their friends
arc Invited to come to the Y and
meet with the staff to find out
about the exci timer camp
, ams planned foi this j ear
Films of the 1973 camp will b<
shown, drama presi nl itions, ex
In n's art \ rk and
special enteitainment for the
youngsters will all be part ol this
gala Open House and Camp He-
union. For further Information
call Allan Just at the Y.
The Y Women are holding a
Thrift Sale at the Y. Sunday from
]] a.m. to 5 p.m.
New and used items such as ap-
pliances, brie a brae, antiques.
celebrity gifts, toys, clothing,
books and jewelry will he on sale.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ill, ii i desiring t" wmw I"
business urnl. r the fictitious name oi
JOEL HARVEY ASSOCIATES nt
p i i:..x 630811. Olus IS18S Intend*
aid name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
JOEL HARVEY SELTZER
3 15-22-29 1 5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE i* hereby Riven tnai tne
Corporatlone Hated below ">;'?
engage In business under the netltlous
nanw of "POOD SPOT" at the
Indicated below and wen
intend to reirtater aald name
Clerk "f the Circuit l ourl
LE3AL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
ad-
cor-
porations
with the
of Dade County, Florida^ ^
All proceeds from the Y Woni-
c Thrift Sale go to the YMHA
Scholarship Fund for summer camp ':l|"xil',:," ,'.'j,/., '
programs.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'DA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 7465?5
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RE:
Al I EN R 1'IITI.I.irS
!lu-:
and
DOPi tiiv i rirn.i.trs
u -.
TO: DOROTHY 1 PHIT.T.irS
-
Sniilnnw, Mleh
v, u- AM BBY NOTIFIED
ii,., i lion for Dii polutlon f Mar-
. .. filed igalnsl you and
.. i red to Berve fl. copy ol
vour wrlttei flefei ie if any, to it
E floodman, attorney foi
i addn st Is 2888 N W.
82nd Street, Miami. Florida, and file
I with the clerk "f the
..nit <,:i or hefon
Amil 28, 1974; otherwise : default
will I agamsl you for the
I In the complain) or
pi tltion
This notice Rhall be published one*
each week for four consecutive weeks
In Till: JEWISH Kl.i IRIDI \N
RICHARD P BRINKER.
A- i'Ii rk Circuit Court
Dadi i "oui ( Florida
By C P < >PE1 AND
Af Deputy Clerk
fClrcull I url Seal)
Stnnli v E 0.....Iman
jess N \\ 62nd Sin t
Miami. Florida SS147
Attorney for Petitioner
9 15-22-29 4 '.'.
'The Exorcist, The Dybbuk'
Young Professional- and Profes
I ils II, sen it i and Brow
ard Counties Bins e adults in their
20's. 30's and 40"g are i isponsor
ing a dance party at the Green
Dolphin, 301 NF. Miamarina Park-
Sunday at 8 p.m. Also planned
for the evening is a discussion by
Rabbi Eugene Labivitz on "The
Exorcist, The Dybhuk, and Others "
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREB1 GIVEN that
th- undersigned, desiring i" engage
in i ii er the
Of ACT I CASTING .'.' IE" i I I
3rd Avi Mini i I I
me with the
i Circuit Cou
t iinty, Fl
Stella Fn I
I 3-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he in,' in- i" eniraire In
nami ol
Bast !>:h
- reel ,! Florida SJOin In-
tend ". regiater said name with the
Plei of thi C cmi i "ii! i of Dade
County. Fli rlda
Caatlll
THi Street
Miami, '" rlda
C udlo A Ri lo 50"*
142 Eas1 12th Stieet
Hialeah, Florida
tt-n 4 -.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTK'F. is HEREBY GIVEN thai
ihi undersigi
i u- m r iimli
MARINE Cl IATI.VO CORP .1 I
TECHNICOLOR al S055 N.W. 4nin
Miami. Florida 33142 intends
to register nnld name with the Clerk
Ureuil Courl of Dade i,..untv
MARINE COATINGS I I IRP
I '15-22-29 4T.
P iTED .it Miami, P
day of February, 1974.
Flrat H A C Corporation
; ino Red Road
South Miami. Florida
i ami
i 7001 Noi Ii Ki ndall Drive
Miami. Florida
Grovi H 4 '' Corporation
;...'. Bird Road
Miami, Florida
F, ,1 Spot #4, Ine
8701 Blacas ne Blvd.
Miami. Florida
F...... Spol = 7. In'-.
416 w .".1st Place
Hialeah. Florida
Spol 8. Inc.
1373 N W, Tih Street
Miami. Florida
pi od Bpol ='. Inc.
-.--, Bird Ri ad
Miami. Florida
Food Spol =1". Inc.
I6S1 Douglas Road
Miami. Florida
Foi .1 Spol =U Inc.
Mi- N.E 128th Street
N Miami, Florida
Foi ,i Spol = 14. Inc.
ir.i'i s W 87th Avenue
Miami, Florida
Fool Si>.,: 1S. Inc.
i,i- North Kendall Prtve
Miami. Florida
Food Spot 16, Inc.
2n41 ild Cutler Road
Miami. Florida
F.....1 Spol =it. Inc.
951 5 i 'ol olal Drive
Miami. Florida
Foi i Spol *18, Inc.
-?-, sin,-, i i irlve
Miami Florida
Food Spol =1!'. inc.
insni N E. ISth Avenue
Miami. Fli rlda
Fi ...I Spol =.'i Inc.
1B1B0 X E 8th Avenue
Miami. Florida
l-v. ,1 Spol No 22, Ire.
18613 Weal Dixie Highway
Miami fOlus), Florfdn
Fi od Spot*23, 1 in-
1891 N.E. 14Mh street
Miami. Florida
F.....I Six I 24, Inc.
7845 Rlrd Ri ad
Miami. Florida
F.....I Spot*25, Ine.
Kines Bay Shopplncr Center
14475 s Dixie HlKhway
Miami. Florida
r.....I Spol No 26. Inc.
I".s x... I an.I s w. :iL'lih Street
Homeatead, Florida
F i Si.,,i X,, 27, In.-
J4"S S.W. 107th Avenue
Miami, Florida
Food Spol No, 28, Inc.
".-Hi! S. Slat. Road Nn 7
Forl Lauderdale, Florida
Food si".i No. 29, Incorporated
881 i Ii Iffln Road
21st
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74-6541
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE the Mam
CARL A JOHNSON
Huaband.
Pi tltiom i-
and
DORIS JOHNSON
\\ if.-.
Respondent
TO; DORIS J HI \sc'\
11!, .i,i, ii. e is unknown)
you ARE HEREBY notified thai a
Petition for Dlaaolutlon ol Marruwe
haa been filed aitalnal yi and you are
hereby reoulred to aerye a cony ol
v,n- answer or other pleading to tne
Petition "ii the Huabund^a attorney.
JOHN .1 GAL1 AOHBR. whoae ad-
,1,, ... |g 1454 X W l"ili Avenue, Mi-
ami. Florida 83126, a'. I file the orlK-
inai with the Clerk of th< above
sivi.-il Courl on or before the 16 Uij
0| m.i, 1974, or a D-fault Will be
.1 aaslnal you .
DATED this s day ol March i7.
RICHARD P BRINK! R
CU rk of the Clrcull ri.urt
B> C I' COPELAND
DEPUTY Cl ERK
8 15-22-29 I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN lhat
th. underalitnecl dealrlna to ennaee
l buRineaa under the fictitious name
ol BELITB MACHINERY. CO.. INC.
.,, number 168 Eaai PI"*1?J ;-""l V
Ui. City "f Mlam K orida. Intenda
S reVlater aald name with the Cleric
,,r the Circuit Courl .'i Dade i ounty.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 7
flay of March. 1974 ,,
l-i iBERT R WHITE Pretldenf
ri iBERT U WHITE
1032 duPont Bulldlna;
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Applicant,_,.. 4 ..
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underaumed, deairlna i" enffaare In
business under the fictitious name of
COM.INSWtiRTH, NIELSON, and
SIEGMEISTER al number 126 S.E
il Street, In the City of Miami.
Florida. Intends to realater aald name
with Hi. Clerk of the Circuit Courl
ol i lade i 'ounlj Florida,
Dated al Miami. Florida, ihts 11 ih
das "i Man h. 1974
CNS FINANCIAL CORPORATION
a Floi Ida i irporatlon
Bj ; Meadi i rtn.
Pn i Idem
MICHAEL J GETELMAN, ESQUIRE
ah. rnes for Applicanl
i 126 S K S< cond Stri I
Miami. Florida 33IS1 -- 358-6191
:: i.-.--j.'-:n 4 :.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-5427
NOTICE OF ACTION
In re the marrlaare of,
ABDUL HAKIM
Petitioner.
-ninl-
BARBARA P HAKIM.
Respondent. ,
v,,n. BARBARA P, HAKIM, real*
dence unknown, an herebj I
Id file your written Answer or He-
aponae i" ibis IMiiimi f-r ; i-
tion of Marriage with the Ut-rk ol
I cii cult Courl and mall a copy ;o
Petitioner's attorney MYRON
MARKS 7-"" Bird Road, P.O. Box
7602 Miami. Florida, mrr,. on or t>e-
fore the S day of April. 1!'74. i
wise. ,i default will be entered naa:nst
"DATED, thla 26 day of February.
1 '''', RICHARD r BRINKER
Clerk >< Hie Clrcull <"nurt
By C, P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
8 1-8-15-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN I
the underslgi.....
buslnesi u ider H" flctltiou I
M.V! AMI SPOT\> BAB CO at fity
National B...... Blda 25 Weal Flakier
-i, suite 1615, Mlai -
io ii Rlati i with th<
,f ih i ircull Coui i "f Dade C
'''"'^'urTMAXsKHAXPr: na
:-:9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undei I ed desiring to engage In
bu ini'!' i the fictitious
of TREASURE HOUSE SOUTH
MINIM ART nl 7501 E Trei
Drive, x Baj Village Intendi to reg-
ister aald name with tin Clerk of
the Circuit Court Of Haile County.
Florida.
Harry Frankel
David S Kumble
ah,,in,\ for applicant
3:,'i 1 .in. oln Rd,
3 15-22-29 i 5
.....ngage In I >avle. Floi
tlnus name of I Food Spol Management Corporation
7845 Bird Road
Miami, Florida
PACKMAN ,v ENOELS
Attorm is r..r Applii ante
Mm Brii kell Avenue
Suite 60f
Miami Fl irida
33181
By: Bruce Barton Pai kman
:: 8-15-22-29
ncnite In n,.,,
rlaa
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
-Wllii; IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
h "ni ,, engagt in
m-vm-^v."'"'"' :' "- name of
LKxil-\ v... B|vd
lid to reglater said name
......uit Court
' ->- County. F
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring m engage In
business under the fictitious name
cf La Belle Interiors al J>->I N.W. mill
.. -:-.'" i ..-; iiKXTW i\kiii''\ ii i'v --,.,....,. ".' '' u?.le interiors al &i N.W. Mith
----- Bavld s ,'.. SEKV ll Bs Street, Miami 33168 Intends to register
IN the circuit COURT of the \i, .,''':. ,,,, name with the Clerk of the Cir-
Eleventhm judicial circuit ,','\." "" cult Court of Dade County. F?orida
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR 'm,, '' David Hayloek
DADE COUNTY .ii.ilni ...J" a/.is. )
PROBATE DIVISION i ^ "--" "'-'- 3/8-15-22-2*
E DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 7J-.578
JOHN R. BLANTON
In l:i i: le of
MARION /..MIX

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cn ,..... \ !' rum Hav-
i k Claims or Di
You i hen l\ nol Ifled and
' I di mands
,i have auaii .
I MARK IN /.Ml.. late '
of Dade Cou y. V i -.
: file
I
in Bi lil
nuse
i Dade I u ity, Florida, lililn four
iho
i publication here f, or the same
i
Filed al Miami Florida, this ir.ih
I D 1974
RENISE AI'DREE ZAHN
Fli -' publli .,!'. nl this Ice or
h '7i
HARRY ZUKERNICK
ii- \ f< ir EJxi cul rlx
ii !n Ri id. Mli ml Beach, n.
2-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is i!i:,.i:i given that
lersinned, deslrlna to engaae
" ''"'' '- "' the fictitious name
of CAREER i ONSULTANTS al 19 W
''"-' B cai e Building
. said
name with the Clerk of the Clrcul
< ourl ol Dade County, Florida
Arthur S. Averbook
9 4/3-1
_NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tl
II ui i

name
Court
IN THE C'RCU'T COURT Oc THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CURCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
C. ,NTY
PROBATE DIV'SiriN
PROBATE NO. 74.*f,4
J GWVNN PARKER
In RE" Eatate ..f
HARRY Ol ii UMAX,
a.. ,i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I P Tlnv-
Ini |' mi or Dei
1 :':
You are hereb' luTred
to i '! a dei
you may I
tati i HARRY rjOOmi \x di
i i ide Ci ii'nv. pi the
' untv, and
ime In dunllcate and pro.
vldi lorlda Statu-
tes In their offices In the County
Courthou e In Ii ide Counts Ft
within [mil- calendar mnnihs from the
time nt the firsl nubllcatlon hereof
or the same will be barred
Filed nl Miami. Florida, this 14th
dnv of Man h. A D 1974.
First pubJIcatlon nf this nnilro nn
the Mnd day ..r March. 1974.
/ll.vni.p FEIN
Attorney for Kxacutrix
Ull ^SiaS" Rad' >"'"n' "each
i/tt-U
Jrla.
Ihai
in engaare
- name
n VGEMENT at 2901
Miami Beach, Flo-
it. n.l |., register said
nil ti.. Clerk of th.- Circuit
County Florida,
l ena Klnnle
lore Kinnls
rl Kipnia
i.Ill" M. I...Well
Evi lyn l i
Cl PEN ,v \i;\ r.\s
Attorneyi ,,. Managemi al
i -iair i ; dfr -i Road
Miami Beach, Florid 33146
3 22-29 I 5-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
In RE: Eat^oT" N' 73-73
OSCAR PETRAXKER,
it i .
T i,10TICE TO CREDITORS
Hav.
Demandi Agalnal Bald
Y"u and viiitr.
: any claims and di mands
agalnsl the
wkki: de-
11 County, Florida,
| ircull Judges of Had. 'ounty
. am.- in duollcati
: tlon 7:
Statutes m their office. In "he I
ty i ourthouse In Dade County. Flo-
rlda. within four calendar months
" "' [hl "' of thi first publication
' or the -inn.- will be ban"
Filed al Miami Florida, this
day nr Ma nil. a. ji 1874
BARRY D. SCHREIBER
As Executor
..: ,2' nubheation of thlg notice
the 2?nd day of March.1 974
BREGER 4 SCHREIBER
Attorney for Executor
2020 N.E. 163rd Street. NMB. Fla.
3/22-l'9
NOTICE UNDE1-. FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IE HEREBY GIVEN tl.af
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in busimsf under the fictitious name
of CRE8POS INTERIORS al 2311
N -"! Ave Miami, Florida 33M:
' as to i. ulater said name with
tne i lerk ol the Cln uit Court of
i lade < ounty, Florida,
Luis i 'r. sin, 5(1%
Rli ardo Creapo I
3.S-15-22-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN rhnt
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned desiring to
1.1.....-s under Ihe fictitious nan. dI
ALLSTATE DISTRIBUTORS al :i-.">
\v. -I 75th I'l..... ii ui ah, Florida
,i- ti, n glster -'i'l name
with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
E M. Begall
5-22-29 4 '5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage
in business under tIt.- fictitioua name
of Bat t, heater Apartmenti nt 1150
98th Street, 9779 9790 East Baj Har-
bor Drive, 9800-9850 East Baj Harbor
Drive intends to regiater said name
with the Clerk -if the Circuit Court of
Dadi County, Florida.
J. Ill' \ V vi-z
Tru '
Sol Owner
v. a. Feldmnn & Davidson
Attorneys for Jerome A. Yavlta.
Trustee
j NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN thai
the undersigned desiring to engage In
i der Ihi fli tltloui name of
ACE FURNITITRE RENTAL S^s:-
! TEMS Inte.ids to regiater said mme
Ihi Iierk of the Clrcull Court of
I l adi i bounty, Florida
ALBERT'S FURNITURE
'( ui p v \-v ivr
by Bamuel \:i denl
Kaplan, Porter, I., vlnson A
Is. Ilill
Bi R I erl I.. Shapiro
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. 74.6110
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN REl
CARLOS CASTILLO,
and
I JULIA CASTILLO
! TO: .in fl i ntlllo
R22- r Strei
Union City, New .Ii rsi y I '. '
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
n action for Dissolution i I Mi -
d agalnal you nd
you in i lo serve a t
1 "Hi- writi.....fenai a, if any. to it
on VDOLFO K< >SS attorney f. r Pe-
tit loner, w hoai is 101 N W.
I 12th Avenue, Miami Florida B
and file ihe oria nal ith the di ri f
the above styled court on or before
April 12. 1974: otherwise a default
will be entered agalnal you for the
relief ii.inaaii.il in the complaint or
I petition,
This notice shall b. published once
each \\. ek for four i i msecul Ivi w
in THE JEAYISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and Ihe s-al
i of aald court al Miami, Florida on
j this .7 day "f March, l;.:i
RICHARD P BRINKER
.' A- i 'lerk. 'Ircull Court
'. Dade I 'oui t y Florida
l, C P. O PE1 AND
At Deputy rink
! (Clrcull i in t -
i Adolfo Ko8f !: nulre
I mi N" \v 12th An nue
| Miami Fli
i Attorney for r. tltloi r
' 15-22-29
14"S Brickell Avenue. Miami
3/1-8-15-22
,-i I, ,',M,'",f-' '....."*' iTi attorneys for Aon
- Ulldl i- tli, fictitioua name of '
PARTI HMB c\l:lis A GrpTS a
Iventura Blvd.. North Miami
Ida 33180 Inti nd lo i
me with the Clerk of the
i Ircull Courl of Dade County, Florida
Kurl .1. Kn/.ei
Amir z. Enaer sn%
: 8-1S.22.28
il in i
which
to tli,
'.f
ISth
on
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
Igned, desiring to engage In
bin iness under the fictitious nami of
bBYMOUR WEINSTBIN fi ASSOCI-
ATES hi S581 S Vt. 87th Avenue, Mi-
ami. F ,i.-, Intends to
me with the Clerk of the
[ ircull foint of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
Si \ nioiir W, lust, in
i-22-29 4/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the und I. desiring
."'."s'.'.V.V, l""i'1' ,,"> fictitious name .'
VENETIAN FLOWER SHOP a I :. .
:} 12th Avenue, Hialeah Florida
;'.'' .'," ','.',' ,'" '^'-'istor said name
with he Cl.-rk of the Circuit Courl
of Dade County. Florida
Mlgda Aacano
Morales
_______ 8/16-22-28
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.NOTICE IS HEREBY OrVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
lvT'r!'rv"""l,,TftS fi""l""s -*me of
M-I.II..\ HHIl'K HKCOH ATTOV
COMPANY at 2141 B.W 4th Terrace
Miami. Florida ts8 Intend. STSml
later said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Courl of Dade Countv. Florida
Nicholos Bano
3/15-22-29 4/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN hs
ih. undersigned desiring to engage In
: i mill, r Ihe fli ii- i 'i- nami ol
Harhor Manor Apartments at P741-
81 i:st Bay Harbor Drive, Bay liar.
bor i lamis. Florida ads to
d name with the Clerk of
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 D'SSCiLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
| 'Si \l: MA" ii
: SSENAIU V MA"
Tl i. .
Rei t'nk nown
..YOU M.i; HEREB1 NOTIFIED
" r D solution i
rlage I
you an
vour written defense
on Adi If \. s. |.-
b.r Petitioner. wh<
N W I2th Avei m
83128, :. ,! !
Ihe Clrcull
Florida.
Jerome v Yavlta
Trustee
fSnle '" neri
v.'-, I, Fetdm in A i lavldaon
Attornei s for Jeromi \.
Tru-
8/8.1(>tt-M
NOTICE UNI1F1 FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GTVEN thf
the underalgni d, ,,.,, |r
Undl r 'lie fictitious name of
CI'R VP1ES *\\y\-: STORE and PE1 -
ETERIA CURAPIE8 al NW
28th Street, Miami. Dade Fli rlda'in.
'V,'"1," "'" .v i'l! ih-
Clerk ol thi Clrcull Court of Dads
( ountj. Florida
RAMON LOPEZ Int..-, i l.....(
3 B-IG-St-M
clerk i I
, .u
any to it
: ciulre,
adlre i
Miami. I ,
original with the
Courl of Dade cunt, | oi
,ii Hi ) ,. .. .!
,.,..,, ,. ......... againal \, u
the '-.I ,| |n
|
tlie ci m-
Thls
each

ek fi
shall be publishi d
o
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY ODTEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PHOENIX PARK CONDI .MIXirM
Miami. Dade County, Florida Intends
,r ,t* ,\?r 7"d."8mt with the CTerk
Florida r'U" L'"J'1 '' ":",e ('"unt>'|
.i.r,,^1-'-10^' 3 QRE8KWAUJ
HARRIS* SIRKIN, pa
Attorneys for Applicant
8/1-8-16-22
"| THE JEWISH Fl OR1DIAN
I
tins .. ay ol Mar b i.74
'' P BRINKER
1 1 "ourl
Dadi Count' Florida
B] C P C( IPE1 AND
1
ADOI F" KOSS
1?) N "
Miami. ;
nej for Petltii ler
'-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS ~
NAME LAW
NOn ICE is HEREBT GIVEN
v',',,:: I. Oealring to eng
t;.1;''" ,i,"" the fictltloui na
i.mi.assv Interior* at 1*1 \ 1
Avenue. Hallandale, Florida, "
Lee'a, Ino,
18200 W I'im,. Highway
BREOBRA^hSBlgl
North Miami Rench. Fl. 33182
Attorney for Lee'a. Inc.
3/l-8-1X-2
that
gage In
me of
E 1st


Friday, March 22, 1974
>J >ist fUrldlrtr
Page 11-B
IIGAI NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
NO. 85792 (Dowlina.)
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO MAKE APPLICATION
FOR D'STRIBUTICN
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
In Re:
The Eetati i I
ABRAHAM LIPSHTTZ
Incompetent.
NOTICE la herehv ;r!.-en thai I
have filed my final Rei.....
r- tition for Distribution and Final
i>-.barge as the Guardian of ili.
re rfcon and proper! v of the Es-
tate of ABRAHAM LIP8HITZ,
Incompeu nt, ar.i thai on th<
day of March. 1974, will apply to
the Hkii. Circuit Judges of Dade
County, Florida for approval of
raid Final Report ami distribution,
and final discharge ai Guardian of
flie Es.n.e abovementloned, this
I i i". bruai s. 1974.
FANNIE I.IVSHEE, Guardian
Myron B. Herman. 1 \ Q.
p.O Box 1113
N M :. Fla SS160
Atii rney for Ouardlan
: Estate 3 '1-R-1B-22
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-5001
ACTION TO EXPUNGE FROM
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
| IN RE: HUBERT E. DANIELS,
I Intlff.
. .1
E :i INC,
i n iVndHni.
TO: SPIEGEL! INC.
i, street
Chicago, Illinois
YOL' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
0 "' expunge fr mi the
[public R.....Is ol Dade Com U
Id.i ha been filed against v .'ii and
Krou ri n quired to servo .....V
i Hour written defenses, If an>. t" u
;: SAMBAS, ESQ at tor-
Pi til loner, whosi iln -- Is
[4 Lincoln Id nd, Sun- 211, Miami
j-. 9, and file the
,1 w nil ihe del k Ihi Bin
c.uri "ii or i" fore Ai rll 5,
, thi rv. in ,i di fault i> >
it.-..; ag .M.-i you for the reliel tie-
n i in the complaint
This notice lhall b< published once
a,h week for i"iii consecutive weeks
1:' 'HE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
let said court at Miami. Flor da on
., i. .i das of Februaiy, IIM.
l:l, HARD P BltlNKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
Bj i SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit 'oui I Seal) ,.,,.,.
GEORGE 8AMPAS ESQ1 IRE
f oln Road, Suite 211
, beach, Florida 3311D
.. f, petltli ner .....
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-L'9893
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ISABEL MARY KH
MATILDA S. CALLAN,
ii:f.-.
vs.
VIOI ET E K< ".Ai:
_------KOI ai:. hi
and Rl IBERT Ji >SEPH
KOI AR and I" IROTHY Kl I .A It.
his wife, and If an> of
lit.- aforesaid named I1 f< ndams
be dead, ihi-ir unknowi dei
hi personal repr<
. b, grantet s, o clnlm ms,
otherwise under or attain*
ii r,ii ,i m\ person "i i i unknown
to thi Plaintiffs mlnsj
to have any rigl iteresl
In the lands, through, by, or undi r
said Defendants,
l lefendants,
T<>: VIOLET K. KOLAR. 231" New-
kirk Avenue, Brooklyn, New York,
and KOLAR, hi I husbai fl
nddr. -s unknov n: and ii any i
aid nami >i I h fei dants be dead .
their unknou n di vii
sonal represi
LEGAL NOTICE
or claimants, oihi u
against thi m and bid i rson >r i" r-
snna unknown ti
Ing i" ha>
.. or Interest In ihi i If 'in-..nth.
bi or under raid D
VOV ARE HEREHV NOTIFIED I
,l,.,, to QCIET TIT1 E to (C rcuil Ci url 9
the following propertj Dadi Coun. Ouilli in siehln, Esuulre
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 74-66S4
ACTION FOR DISSO'-LTION
OF MARRIAGE
l\ RE: TH >F
VNT' 's- v faUubVRERA.
Husband, Pi tltli
. i d
SOI EDAD AI \ AREZ HERRER \.
Wife. Kespondi nt.
Ti i: Mr Soli d id VI' Herrera
i Residi I'i km wn i
VOI' ARE HERE V NOTIFIED
r Dlssi lutlon of M..i -
I ai> hi en fill 'I against you and
\. || are reuulred to serve r copy of
\i ur written 'i. fi nses, if Bny, to ii
on Gl*ILLEUMO SOSTCHIN, attor-
. i. v hose addre la
IV 12th Avenue, Miami, Flor-
ida and file the orialnnl with the
I, rk of thi nl v stj led court on ol
hefmt April 19. 1*74: otherwise a
... i.,.| i \>iii be entered against you
f,.,- the relli I demanded In the com-
plaint or petition,
notice shall be published once
each week f.>i four con oeutlve weeks
; JEWISH Kl i iRIDIAN
WITNESS mi hand and tin >i
o| said ci url hi M iml, FI Ida "ti
tin- S dai i March, l!74
. : BRINI
A i .''' u t i' iurt
i. ie Com Flot da
l. P. J WILSON
A- 1> u
. Florida:
I ol BIoi k :. of :. IPICAI. ES-
TATES, accord thi E*lat
thereof, recorded Plat
Page M I R< ''-
ords of Dadi Cnu u
has been filed airs you i you
are required to s< it m < v"ur
rltten defense nj to It on
s.\ Ml'EL K SMITH, Alton > foi
(fg, u i ,... ...... '. .-.'Ulli
plxle Hlg-hway. Su l< >' < "''
p|< i ni.,. and 'Ii" original
with the Clerk of
court on or before thi dai I April,
ti othi i" fault "ill be -
,.,..! against you r tl n li< I di
manded In th< Ci
This Notice l all l i i1"1 "shi n oni e
eai Ii week for four nsei ill i'i i
i. piorli an.
\\ ITNES8 tn\ I and and
i .-, url this -' day i I Fi b ui r
'"4' RICH \i:i' P BRINKER.
As Cl I; ll! l
By A .1 R1V S
As I 'el ui v i l
(Circuit Court Si al'
VON ZAMFT & SMITH
ney for Pli ,,.
4 ci squill Dlxii H Suite ik
Coral Gabl. !',.,, -.
NOTICE OF SUIT
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
PROPERTY. ____
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL DIVISION
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-5421
n l ISIINER.
-.iff.
MARTIN M. GAISOR, Indli du illy
and as Executor f thi Estate of
T' iLA USHNER and
I i SA.MPAS Adm
CTA DBN of TOLA L1SHNER.
11<
, '. i i ints.
TO: MARTIN M 0 USOR
HEREBY NOTIFIED
r p 0| to Detci mini i II e
. "" the follow Ing
,! ...no
i 1 Rli ANGE-
iDDITION, b......rdlng t"
i th, ., n !. d
i t Book H. Pae-i : "
Pui M r.....rds of irangi '
, i | i menced |r
i ... i.
... .....
.. || .,. RICHARD 1 KRi IP
I ., ti r |. tiff wh"
- 420 Lincoln I Sul" ..
- :- .! file Ihe i
,viIl, the Cli '; of the above "' '.
, .. i ..f,..-.. the '"'' day '
a nrll 1974; otheewl r defa''il will
i .' -. ,T Rcainst '"U for the re-
II, .- .! f,,r in the Comnlalnl or
Petit ,
..., p .... ... n,,|| |,. nuhl I i 1 once
a.li -...l- for four oi .....v weeks
In THI-) IFTWISH FI 'It S
WITNESS ur ""' '""' 'be *''' ,,f
st,-d <..!-- .ii Miami Florida on thl
M fly (' P.l.-lirv IfTJ
RICHARD P BPLNKBR
_ i III' < ""rl
Pnrt.. Pi.up'v >"> i
r:v: I BNEFDEN
As rvni.tv ("lerk
(n-,i>M rvurt Sen"
KWTTNET KROOP A
SCHEINHEPG. P A
420 Llnooln Road fPulte M2)
Mipml Beach. Florida
Phone: n3S-7r.?:.
Attorneys for Petitioner ^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the unddersipned. desiring to engage
lr business under the fictitious name
of TsTI-n Y LA REI IGION at 103S:>
s W IBth Street Miami. Fla. M]W
Intends to recls'er said name wltli
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
C< unty. Florida _.,-,
BEN1TO AI.ONSO
3/8-1S-22-C3
'NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GI\EN that
the undersipned. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
G1TBR INTERIOR at 44R5 West 4th
Avenue Hialeah. Florida Intends to
recister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. ., .,
Tereslta Marline*
445B West 4th Avenue
Hialeah. Florida.....
3/15-22-29 4/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY -'.vi-.n thai
the underalnned, desiring lo engage
S business under Ihe fl iltl.us name
f SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE
: 7M6 Bird Road, Miami. Florida In-
tends to register said name witi h.
c-i.-vu of ihe Circuit Court ol Dadi
Coun,y' ^p'hIlUP ZAD!
Paul Kwltnes of the : ",,.':'... ,.,-,.
KWITNEY. KKOtlP S HEINBERO
Aitorni v.- for Aim: "'
4... Lincoln Road, Mil ml Reach.....
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
STATE OF FLOR'DA.
IN AND FOR
COUNTY OF DADE
NO. 74-6574
[N RE THE MARRIAGE OF
DAISY II. ONFROY,
Wife.
ui"!
RAPHAEL i: ONFROY.
""^'NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: RAPHAEL RFi ID
v. i| X' \RE HER1 TIFIED

. icalnst you no
vou are hereby i uired i i
, ,,|iv ,.i your v. Itti di -.
to thlt Stuai I. su
ner't ttoi whosi idi ri m
g v. Sulti Rll*. Mi-
ami > -v.....I
3 I'Tt and fib the original with the
,1 thlf court Itl er h
. pi ola mmedl.
. ,,.|v there ''" I* :l default
xv Hi' he i '"" ''"' :1"'
reliel di mandi I n thi i tlllon
WITNE88 my hand and ini
tliis Court on Fi hru 7, 1974.
RICH VRD P BRINKER
as Clerk of thi' Court
r.Y c P '' 'i,;"' N"n
At Deputy Clerk
8-1-8-16-22
101 N. VI 12 AI
i- 1-45351
It for
22-28 I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRCUiT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 74-6222
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
PETI-ION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
|\ RE: THE MARRI VGE OF
BERTHA s J( iRDAN
WIFE
AND
JAMES i: JORDAN
HUSBVND
Tl i: Jann E Jordan
r, -,.!. n Addi noil n
You JAMES l. > KD V.N i hyre-
j... notified hal > Petition for Dl-
i :.ik' has been fib ;
; v..ii are required
to serve a "ll1 Anav -
I ..- < the Petition for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage on Ihi lf< > attor-
ney. J. MAL'RH E FINKE1 ESQ .
Suite 500, Roberts Building, 28 \\
Fiapler Street, Miami, Florida and
til the original Am ... i or Pleading
: th< off I ol thi Clerk "f Ihe Clr-
, ull Court on or I efore the 15th day
i f April. 1974. If vu fall i" 'I" so.
iudgmeiu b> default will !' taken
tgalnsl \"U for the reli-f dim.iiidcd
In the Petition For Dissolution of
Marrlaste.
This notice shall be published oni
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl ORIDI \ V
I ii SB AND ORDERED at .Miami.
, this ".ili day of March A I'
RICHARD 1' BRINKER
i 'IrcUll ui
I Ie Counti l".....
Bj TYMIN8KI
D*>nut] l 'lerk
.1 MAI'RICE FINKE1 ESQ
Suite '"" Robi '- Building
it w Flali Rtr et
Miami, Rorlds
379-7S -
ey for Plaintiff
S-1S-22-29
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT-
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-49P3
IN RE: Thi Mnrrlapi
.'I ll? RISSE .1..
1
M i"i WORTHY Rl'SSELL.
Respondi
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
Ti I: Ll'i "Y \\' IRTHY Rl SSEI.L
.1 I" Kenm 'its
Apartmc ill : l
jrigi | m
YOl' ARE HERER1 NOTIFIED
Ihal i Petition for I llssolutlon
ha* i" ii filed apa nsl nu,
i and you Bri reiiulred lo serve fl cony
of your Ansn i r or Pb adlng lo the Pe-
tition for Dissolution "r Carriage "ii
Hi.- Plaintiff's Attorney, '". Al EXAN-
DER NOBII. ESa 101 N W. ISth
Avenui Miami Floi and file
the original Answer < Plead.ng In
! the office of the clerk of the Circuit
i i 'ourl on or before April 5, 1974 If
I you fail lo do so, iii'iuin, nt ii\ de-
fault 111 l"- taki n ngalnsl you for
,i .:. in tnded in ii"- Petition
Ii r i llssolutlon "f Marrlai
hall be publlshi d once
,. Pl foi fi i. i ii utlvi wei k
IE JEW ISM FI.ORID1AN.
i: AND OKI lEREl' al Miami.
I i ou ly, Floi Ida, tills day ol
Fi b. 1974
RICHARD P IRINKER
. rruit <
Dade Cot !.!
Bj : i FOI
I
i i iui Si
.; M EXANDEH N mil ESQ.
II .\ \\ : a
24-00221
\ :. r
:: l-S-13-22
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
OROBATE NO. 741?1
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
In RE: Estate of
AARON KLEIN.
deceased. __
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands
Against Said Estate:
You are herehv notified and required
to present nnv claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
i;,t.- ..f AARON KLEIN, deceased late
of Had,- County, Florida, lo the c rcul
oade County. Florida, to ihe Circuit
Judges of Dade County, and file the
same In duplicate and as provided In
Section 73.UK. Florida Statutes. In
ilieii offices in the County < onrthouse
in Dade Countv. Florida, within four
calendar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will he barred.
Filed at Miam'. F'orlda this 12th
dav of March. A D '974
, SALLY KLEIN
As Executrix
First publication of this -otlce on
the 15th dav of March. 1974.
DAVID S. KI'MBLE
Attorney for Executrix
850 Lincoln Rd
Miami Beach. Fla 33139
-'2 */-
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT T T^E
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY.
C:"IL ACT'ON NO 74.1170
GENFRii 'URISO'CTION mviSION
NOTICE FOR D'PSOi UTION
OF MARR'AGE
IN
MITTIE GRACE T|l L>l \N
BOBRV Til i MAN
TO: BOHBY Til I MAN
, .. i'.' ard khart
. : \ ...
Vldili
V, ,|- v i'i ii i.-|' FRY FT> '''
a pi tltlon for Dls lul J our Mar-
rfagi ha hi n fib rl
md i -i bi reoulred
to servi a copy of \ u..... '! '
to t on Arthur s I i
i .-. Pei
addresi Is 19 Weal Flag'er
Strtet M 110 Blscayne Building;, Mi-
ami. Fl la, ::!" and file the orig-
inal with the clerk of Ihe hve svll
, ourl onot bef ire Aoril !!. 1974: other-
wise : default will be entered against
you for the relief nrayed for In the
complaint or petition,
This notice shall I"' published once
each week for f nr conewiiMve weeks
in THE JEWISH FIOFIIMAN
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
13 dav of March. 1974.
RICHARD P BRINKBR,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I lade County. Florida
Bv II .1 FOY
As Denutv Clerk
(ClrctlH Conr' S.-.U
ARTHCR S DAVIS. ESQ.
M tin T;w\nr ltni'dinP
Miami. F!.. Tel: W^.^.,, 4 ,s
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enrage
In business under th. flctltlorni" nani"
of LAW OFFICES OF MARVIN H
C1LLMAN at nuniher 3S!i lilscavne
Boulevard, in the City of Miami.
Florida, intends to resistor said nanv
with the CI. rk nf the Circuit Curt
of Dade Countv. Florida.
Dated ni Miami Florida, this 1st
day Of March. !!-74 _
GIXLMAN l EC.Al. SERVICES. r.A.
llv: Marvin H C.lllman
Marvin H. Glllman. President
MARVIN H OILI.MAX
Attorney for Aopllcan'.
GILI-VAN LEGAL SERVICES. P A.
3898 Blscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33137 ,/8.1..:9
IN THE C'PCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATT D VISION
PROBATE NO. 74-1241
J. GWYNN PARKER
NOTICE TO CREc.'TORS
m RE
BENJAMIN i '. S5IRIN
Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Clalmi r I leman Is Again' I
hereby notified Bnd re-
claims nnd de-
which vou m n hnvi acniiiMi
nf BENJAMIN O. Z1RJN
,l ci .!> d late of 11 idi Count} Florida
to Ihe ''I'-, i Dade C un-
te and
;,:. provided In Section 73". 1. P or-
Ida Statutes. In Ihi lr i ffb es n '"'
Countv Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida within four calendar mnnthi
fr. m ill" time "f the first publli atlon
hereof, or the snm will bi barred
! led ai Miami Florida, this 7 day
l l Mar. h, A I' 1974
AK! BEN F. BIRIN
LAWRENCE A ZIRIN
As Ehtecuion
First publication of this notice on
the IS day of March. 1974
SPARBER, 7.EMEL. ROSKIN.
HEII BRONNER AND KARP
PRI IFESSH IN A I. AS8I ICIATK N
a ttornej for Executors
ion North Blscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida J2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\i iii'i: IS HEREBY ("IV'EN tbnt
the undersigned di siring u enpacc In
),,.,. nf m i|. i thi fictitious name Ol
XORTH MIAMI PARKVIEW CON-
DOMINH'M al Miami. Pad. Countv,
Florida intends 10 register said name.
with the Clerk of th Circuit Court
ol l >ade County, Florida
.Ml EN R GUEENWALD
HARRIS & SIRKIN. P A.
in. 'neys fi Applicant
il N.E. 1st Avenue. Miami. El-
1 -S- la--
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
|1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA IN ANP FOR OADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY CAP"; NO. 74-6625
NOTICE TO "EfF'in
GENERAL JUR'SDICTION
DIVISION
l\ |{E THE MARRIAGE <>F DKI l.\
RAM ",,,V.
,-.\\, i|t EDI" MID1 i'1 'JAS, HI 8-
' j, v : Iui i Ii Rola. 19
,. Ml, VI. i Maboa. Ha-
vour wlf. f::.'1 netlilon for n
.,,,.1 thai you lire required
. u answeroi
a then to, with the clerK >i
ui..... .1 i l aussel, '''' N N' .'
Avenue. M 'aXuuhA
attorney, on or before 26 April '
Stherivlse a Defau ""*
nought will be entered ngalni
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUCICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
PROBATE NO. 74-1142
Iii RE l tnl ol
.- VI .Ml KAP1 AN.
til P. r pn !'
., on,Dei nl "' i nsl Bald
.. ,:.,,i,> notified and re-
. ..:,. di nu and il H VRAH KAPI A
... a i-it. ,.f I lade County, Florida,
,l,l.1,,,ir judRe, of Had. County.
and file .hi "i'1" ;'," a"rtrlS
in, vlded ii Sect on ,.'..: I Floi ma
.. |n the Coun-
tv (' urthousi in Dade County Flor-
,V, "ithln four calendar months
from lb- time of the first publlca.
"TiledTtS Krida'"M
ofM*,VAffv Overman
,\. Administratrix
pi, publication of this notice on
,hi i' a i. nl M n I?;4.
(JERAI n Sll S'ERMAN
v, |ley for Admlnlstt atnx
Building
Ml iml, Florida ., A-_yl
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
SOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN
ihe ui ring to -t
in husl, r the fictitious name
, m-i\i PT VT1I iN S '-
, i|m uri i| Dadi i oui '.
,ppnN INTERIOR
' DESIGNS. INC
\ Road
Hl, ,. n Florida J313J
SHIRl BV W'OI F
Attorn. ,,,
m .1. a ,
NOTICE UNDFR FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
M.T-i-r. IP HKRKHY G1\KN 'hat
IN IN. nl
. .,
n? the U ""l- """"v'
"gOiSi :.....ml, Fl
'" y;.y.\\,r:\- WHITE. President
IKlltERT R WHITE
I0J2 duP I BU I.' r .... ..
Miami, Floi da
' 15-22-89 4/5
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE; Tl Mm.....'" '''
{{onBRT ANDERSON,
Husband
,BTKSTCHCM ANDEBBOK.
WIFE
T^'%?TKRKKNTCHfM
YOl' ARK 11 .1 I-' ,,.,
'" lhe "VT"!,n; on or* be'foFe April
| 'Uef'd.:
rt'^bll^'ono.
miAN
"'w':'
wiid
I ML d
ida.
By:
March B. 1874. Miami. Flor-
,,,i p. Brlnker,
Clerk, 'mini Court.
i- p COPEl KSO. D.C.^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE D'VISION
PROBATE NO. 74-726
IN RE: ESTATE RF
HATTIE WEI8MAN
n"' NOTICE OF PROBATE
,-mb STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO VI I IM-^SONS lNTK.nEPTF.rii IN
THE ESTATE OF PAH' DECEDENT
You are ber.hv notified that a writ-
ten instrument purporting to he tne
I last will nnd t.-stamen! of i.iid de-
rend, nt has hen admitted to OTO-
bnte in said Court l"U are b'-rehv
commanded Ithln six ''-->cnd.ar
months from the date of the first mih-
lleatinn of this notice to appenr in
said Court and show cause, if any
vou can. why the action of said Court
In admitting said will to prohate
should not stand unrevoked.
GEORGE E. BCHTH /
Cireuil I'o'ir' lildee
RICHARD P. BRINKBR. Oar*
By l/MS F PASTORF1ELD
Denutv Clerk
FAUNCE. KINK & FORMAN
ir.02 Constress B'dg.
Miami. Fla 33132
Attornev for Executor
1 First publication of this notice on
ft, 15 day of March. W^^ m
I.! I ".*
,tml th-' -''l "r
H,i,.a on thi-
. ,.. n. .,uit
i IvS
B> 1" P
I., nut> lerk
(Circuil Courl Seall
,<..|.;- & ESSEN
Auon. Lotltloner ,/..s.,,.:2
CASE NO. 74-4324
ROBERT A HYDE .."'1
SORA HYDE.
Petitioners.
^4LF,ch^r^tePv5gbil.
^rTuJo^fvHm-. Sheriff
,,, Dade County, Floriaa.
t^'chai5lottkv.....ol
VOL^RBCNOTIF?ED thai P-Uj
Dft TTbuX'^ CAROL CITJ
(IARDEN8 a subdivlsl. n, ^emA-
: ,, plat thereof, recorded 111
gBfflr^SSsMfjyfe
ROBERT A. hvpe. h"se address
' 'son Coral Way. Miami. Florida
' til', and on the law offices of "-
,, u V ivivti-M JR., attorneys
for petitioner. NORA C. HTOB. whoM
Lvidress is 4"S Concord Bldg Miami
KWda 33UI. and file .he original
with .he CerW of .he above s vied
Cr. on or befo-e A"ril 12. 1"4.
..|,.-wise a defs"lt will be entered
agains. rwn for the relief demanded
l .Vo Petition. .
witness mv hanfl and the awl
of .., M Co.-. on Feb 2J. 19.4.
mnupn p brinker
-. C'-rlt of '' Court
Bv C P ropir.jtNP
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Friday, M^rch 22, 1?~j
Depend on Food Fair's Real Honest Values
*, REASONABLE PRICES 7 DAYS OF THE WEEK!
SAVt 3 WAYS! HONEST VALUES! BONUS SPECIAL PLUS VALUABLE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS.
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE *.. # BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 15
FOOD

P.P. BRAND FROZEN
ORANGE i PUNCH i
JUICE I LAUNDRY DETERGENT j
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUN. MARCH 24th
AT AIL POOD FAIR STORES.
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS.
\y&r Florida |fflvS 18^ f^fc ^Bi ^49-OZ.
PKG I^T^i SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS FOR
^m ^m Z ^^m^ ^iw m < J m THE GREATEST VALUES IN BEAUilFUl
LIMIT FOUR CANS. PLEASE, WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF J LIMIT ONE PKG., PLEASE. WITH OTHER J ohn.iw.p* NATIONAL KNOWN NAME BRANDS'
$7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES PURCHASES OF $7 OR MORE, EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE UP TO 26!
P.P. BRAND ICE MILK OR
HALF
GALLON
PKG.
LIMIT ONE PKG PLEASE, WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF $7 OR MORE",EXCLUDING CIGARETTES'
IU lit MILK OR
CREAM
I
U.S. CHOICE WESTERN BEEF
W.J. 1-nun.t vvcjick Deer
Chuck Blade Roast .99
FORMERLY CHUCK ROAST
U S CHOICE WESTERN BEEF CHUCK
Under Blade Pot Roast lb
FORMERLY CALIFORNIA ROAST
U S CHOICE WESTERN BEEF CHUCK
Shoulder Pot Roast b*ele$s :b
FORMERLY CROSSRIB ROAST
*! rjna tMOICS WESTERN BEEF LOIN
Sliced Beef Liver LB s I09 Porterhouse Steaks lb $1"
BEEF BRISKET
$139
S169
U S CHOICE WESTERN BEEF CHUCK
Shoulder Steak Boneless lb
FORMERLY LONDON BROIL
U S CHOICE WESTERN
Beef Loin Sirloin Steaks
LS
$179
$189
HEAD
GARDEN FRESH
6-OZ
BAGS
Crisp Red Radishes 2
DELICIOUS
Tangy Flavored Scallions 2
IN BLOOM
Potted Mums
5-INCH $19S
POT
U S CHOICE WESTERN BEEF LOIN
WHOLE BONELESS
US. CHOICE WESTERN
OR POINT HALF
BONELESS ................................LB.
$*39
FLA. OR SHIPPED GRADE'A'
FRYER PARTS
89e
WHOLE BREASTS WiTM UBS
WMOIE LEGS
THIGHS. DRUMSTICKS IB
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1
FLA. OR SHIPPtD GP.ADE A'
FRYER QTRS.
55e
LEG OR BREAST
OJARTERS
FRESH
lC3
GRADE 'A'-YOUNG TURKEYS
OUiCK 13-22 LBS
FROZEN........AVC......LB
BAKER S
Angel Flake Coconut
BREAKFAST CEREAL
Ralston Corn Chex
BREAKFAST CEREAL
Ralston Rice Chex
BREAKFAST CEREAL
Ralston Wheat Chex
PJ>. BRAND CREAMED
7-CZ
PKG
12- OZ
P 12-DZ
PKG
15-OZ
PKG
47=
54=
62=
53=
WHIPPED TOPPING MIX
Dream Whip
KEEPS CATS HEALTHY
Figaro Cat Food
4-OZ
PKG
2 6V.-OZ.
CANS
23 OZ
PKG
4-OZ
49'
37'
74'
DUNCAN HINES
Family Brownie Mix
SEVEN SEAS
Creamy Italian Dressing BOTT" 47'
Cottage Cheese
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
MOST OUR PRODUCE IS SOT PREPACKED SO THAT YOU
CAN BE SURE OF WHAT YOU ARE BUYING'
SNOW WHITE
CAULIFLOWER
59c
19'
29=
1
FLA.
ORANGES
10 59c
Seedless Grapefruit 3 for 33
SWEET EATING
D'Anjou Pears 3 lbs 51
KRAFT
Orange-Grapefruit Juice "\iV 49c
Orange-Pineapple Juice WJF 49c
Senoice rfftfuttyi Tkfrf
AVAILABLE ONLY AT STORES WITH SERVICE COUNTERS
ALL MEATS & CHEESE SLICED TO ORDER
CHICKEN ROLL
ALL WHITE J%(0 C HALF
MEAT yj K ROUND
DELICIOUS LEAN
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Miami, Florida Friday, March 22, 1973
Section C
Intellectuals Jealous of Him,
Erich Segal (4Love Story') Says
By ROSEMARY FURMAN
I'm one of those people who
thinks that "Love Story'' is a
very good book for what it is: a
poignant vignette of a very
touching relationship written by
Erich Segal in a very profession-
al, craftsman like way.
And I always suspected that as
a practicing intellectual, profes-
sor of Greek and Latin classics,
at such a prestigious institution
as Yale, he must have been vili-
fied by his peers. Intellectuals do
not write best-sellers. It's akin to
biting the hand that feeds you.
So I was excited to learn that
Erich Segal would be down in
Miami to speak at the Beth David
lecture series.
And when I learned he would
be staying with my good friends,
Dick and Linda Brickman. I
knew I would have a chance to
ask him about his treatment at
Yale.
"I don't want to talk about it.
It hurts too much," he said, add-
ing, "let's put it this way. They
were more friendly in Munich
where I broadcast the Olympic
games. Jealousy is an awful
thing." And what about "Love
Story?" Did he sit down and de-
termine to write a best-seller?
"Nobody sits down to write a
best-seller. 'Love Story' is based
on a true story. A student in one
of my classes was in this situa-
tion. He was 25 years old. His
wife had worked so that he could
get through school, and then she
died. I thought about thata 25-
year-old widower. A friend
thought that 'widower' was an
archaic word for a 25-year-old.
but that, of course, is what he
was, and it was all the more
shocking because of his age. I
also realized how, in a sense, it
is more difficult for the person
who lives than for the person
who dies." .
"Love Story" was not Erich
Segal's first commercial hit He
is the author of the Beatles 'Yel-
low Submarine," a scenario he
wrote, for the fun of it. but with
'Love' Story" he really made it
big. It has been translated into
50 languages.
And life has not been the same
for him since. At Sue and Dick
Helfman's dinner party, where
the Brickmans brought him. he
displayed a connoisseur's taste
for fine wine and drove the host
a bit bananas.
Finally. Dick Helfman dropped
the best line of the evening: "Had
I known this was to be a wine-
tasting party. l WWkl have pre-
pared for it."
But Norm Bramen. who has a
wine cellar of his own, saved the
evening by bringing Segal to his
cellar, and allowing him to select
his choice.
I asked Segal why he was so
interested in wine, a subject I
find incrediblv boring.
"Because I am interested in the
best in everything. Everything
should be as perfect as it can be,
no matter what it is."
A good answer, but certainly,
wine-tasting is not a hobby he
could have afforded on his pro-
fessor's salary.
That has changed. And his love
for the French Riviera can now
be indulged in, too.
All this must be divine retribu-
tion for a boy who was very
slight, short, super-academic,
Jewish and not married.
Segal is now at work on the
lyrics and book for the team who
wrote, 'Wan of La Manor*.'
What is it about?
"A boy and a girL Period. And
it will be better than 'Man of
Rosemary
La Mancha.' I must write the
lyrics tonight. They must be
finished this weekend."
It seems he plays the piano,
too. He can't read music, but
plays by ear. At the party
Carole and Buddy Getz gave for
him after the lectuie at Beth
David (it was a busy weekend
for Segal), he sat down snd play-
ed "Love Story" and "Hava Negil-
la." Clearly, Segal's Jewish
heritage is very' important to
him.
"Nobody cares about the Jews
but the Jews. The Germans are
very contrite, but they were born
with a sense of first class people
and second class people. If those
murdered at the Munich games
had been British, they would
have handled the situation dif-
ferently because they consider
the British to be first class citi-
"Other countries are enemies
of the Jews. The French, for in-
stance, were horrible during the
war. And yet someone will say
t> me, 'How can you work in j
Germany?' as they drink their
red Bordeaux."
Segal calls the Jews, "co-reli-
gionists." and claims that his
mother has figured out a way to
transfer the money his works
have earned behind the Iron Cur-
tain to Jewish causes there.
His face has the sad. beautiful
eyes of those awful, Kean draw-
ings of little girls.
He had a short run as an actor,
and when you speak to him, it's
obvious. All the expression and
intensity are there.
And the little-boy-lost quality
he projects"Look what success
has done to our Erich?" Those
riveting eyes pour over with
that quality.
Whoever is in charge of such
things should try to book Segal
for a fund-raiser. It would be an
evening to remember.
Frank Strafaci, (left) director of the Israel Histadrut Pro-Am
golf Committee assists Murray Friedman, Howard Katzen
and Bob Siegel during the pairings draw for a professional
partner at the first Histadrut Pro-Am, held last month at
Sky Lake Country Club. Siegel is chaiiman of Israel Bonds
in Dade County. Friedman serves on the Israel Bonds ad-
visory committee and Katzen is the president of Temple
Menorah and a member of the Miami Beach zoning com-
mission.
Working on last minute plans to make their Beth Sholom
Sisterhood "Best Wishes Luncheon" a huge success are
(from left) Mrs. Irving Miller, Sisterhood president; Mrs.
Kenneth Hershey, reservations chairman; Mrs. Leonard
Platt, luncheon chairman, and Mrs. Albert Rosenberg, spon-
sors' chairman. The luncheon will take place Wednesday
at the Eden Roc Hotel and will feature a fashion show by
Burdine's.
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Florida JWVA Naming
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George Talianof f To Install Purim Party Held For Students
David Rubinson BB Prexy
id E. Rubinson will be Id
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esl on e Beax i, at a
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e Hotel. H 51 .. ate fi-
George J. Talianoff, a past presi- uncial secretary;
of the Miami I re urer; S i lej Z
slated to perform the install tion well, monitor; ffarrj
ceretni niea Talianoff, Ions, active aasi 'an! monitor; Isadon ohen,
in the Anti-Defamation League juardian: Morris Webei warden;
presentlj Berves as a National ADL Dr. Abraham Wolfson, historian
Commissioner and is chairman, na-: and nevracaster; (\ rshon S,
tional community services Commit- 'luncheon club chairmen; Samuel
tee. He was chairman of the so- Pa'coe. program chairman.
ciety of fellows of ADL for two
years and is prominent in various
community activities.
Samuel Pascoe. former president
of South Florida Council and Flor-
ida State Association of B'nai
B'rith Lodges, is master of cere-
monies and program chairman.
Lawrence H. Shuman. past lodge
president for two terms is instal-
lation chairman. Rabbi David F
Miller will offer the invocation.
The outgoing president. Sidnev
Z. Rockwell, will be presented with
a special plaque by Irving Schatz-
man. a lodge past president Rock-
well will also receive a certificate
of thanks from National B'nai
B'rith for "his fine work." and a
special past president's pin.
The slate of officers for 1974-75
includes Arnold Springer, presi-
dent-clect; Nat Friedman. Harry
Reiser Nat Sachs, vice presidents;
Lodge Trustees are: Arthur H.
Courshon. Jay Banner, Jack Gor-
don. Abraham Grunhut. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman, Samuel Pascoe. Irv-
ing Schatzman. Lawrence H. Shu-
man. Irving Schenker, Burnett
Roth, George J. Talianoff and Mor-
ris Reiffen.
The entertainment program will
feature Joyce Farber. lyric soprano
Sarah Heller, a dramatic artist will
entertain with stories from the
'Wonderful World of Sholom
Aleichem."
Rubinson, a former president of
the Waukegan, 111., B'nai B'rith
Lodge, has the distinction of hav-
ing signed Jack Benny as a B'nai
B'rith member. A Mason and an
Elk. he is also a charter member
of the American Legion. He is
associated with the- State of Israel
Bonds.
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For further information and de-
tails on registration, contact Yosef
Yanich, American Jewish Con-
gresa, 4200 Biscayne Blvd.

Israeli Dance Workshop
Conducted by Mosliika
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nted Sunday, Marc! Hillel Found;
81, .:i the ... jo Room located
in the Student Union Bldg., Uni-
versitj of Miami.
Conducting the workshop will
be Moshe Itzhak Halevy, known
professionally as Moshiko, one of
Israel's leading choreographers
and dancers. One of the principal
danced of the Inbal Yemenite
company, he toured with the group
extensively.
Moshiko's contributions to Israel
folk dance include the Debkah Ha-
bir, Debkah Cana'an and Et Dodim
Kala. He has been a pioneer in
creating new dance forms, evoking
fresh concepts from the folk tunes
that are Israeli's heritage.
The workshop will have two ses-
sions: one from 2 to 4 p.m., and
one from 7 to 9 p.m. There will be
a registration fee.
The workhop is being sponsor-
ed by the Commission on Jewish
Affairs, American Jewish Con-
gress, in cooperation with the Cen-
e than 150 studeir-
bw Ulpan Bssea conducted
i Ce tral a ;ency for Jewish
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epartment f Education and
ire of the World Zionist Or-
ation, American Section, are
b >ul the community in
: >ns in North Dade. Miami
and the Southwest section.
The holiday program included
Israeli singing and dancing, pres-
entation in Hebrew by representa-
tives of ea.ch of the classes, and
greetings extended on behalf of
the faculty and administration of
the Ulpan Program.
Serving as instructors in the
program are Shula Ben-David,
Ziva Bar-Navon, Dorit Shapiro,
Arych Rockach, Aron Ben-Aron,
Bernard Levitin, Sholom Epel-
oaum and Shoshana Spector, with
Levi Soshuk serving as consultant
and Rita Gold, coordinator and ad-
ministrator of the program.
The Ulpan p-ograms which are
conducted on both a beginner and
advanced level, provide four hours
of instruction weekly, over a peri-
od of 11:2 weeks, and include not
only intensive study of Hebrew.
ially on a conversational
it also Israeli Culture.
lents participating in the
eceive 3 college credits
Miami-Dade Community
with Dr. licne Cohen,
ssor of Hebrew and Russian
Hudson County Ciub Meets
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as to be iieid Thursdaj
at 8 p.m in the American Sa'
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joining now will be listed in tht
club's new directory. For further
info-mation, contact Henry Klein.
at "' \ rth,
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B'nai B'rith Women of Coral
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donor luncheon and installation
Tuesday noon in the Eden Roc Ho-
tel. Mrs. Front ne Weinstein is
serving a. chai m in of the day
with Mrs. Fran ea Greenberg as
cochairman.
The program will feature Patri-
cia Gay.c, vocali>t, who will ac-
company herself on the accordion.
Installii officer will be Mrs.
Helen Kurlunr', i >ast president of
the groui lor the.coming
ciub yeai will be Mrs. Herbert
Schurow lent; Mrs. Gert
Kalzer, lent; Mrs. Sam
Kurland Weinstein and
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Mrs. Hen or, treasurer:
Mrs. % nor, historian;
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Friday, March 22, I974
Federation Helps ]
civs Locally And In Israel
TAY-SACHS DISEASE TESTING MARCH 24
A Tav-Sachs Disease testing site will be in operation at Temple Beth Torah. 1051 N.E. 163rd Street,,
on Sunday March 24, between the hours of 9:30 A.M. and 2 P.M. The testing will be for residents of Z.p
Code Areas 33160. 33161. 33162. and 33169 and members of the congregation of the Temple.
Miami's Tay-Sachs Disease Testing Program, conducted with the cooperation of the (.renter
Miami Jewish Federation and Mount Sinai Medical Center, is being sponsored by the University ot
Miami Department oi Pediatrics and the Mailman Center for Child Development.
Sachs Disease is a brutal killer of infants. 100 times more common among Jewish children than
among the general population It is an inherited genetic disorder which causes the progressive
degei nd destruction of the nervous system. If both parents are carriers of the Tay-Sachs gene.
there is a 25 chance that anv child they produce will be a Tay-Sachs child There is no treatment or
cure for Tay-Sachs, and any child born with the disorder will die within three to lour years.
results iron; two previous screening sites this year have revealed a total of 23 Tay-Sachs
earners, including one married couple, in the Miami area. This indicates that of those tested, one in 27
pei sens is .1 Ta\ -Sachs carrier.
Sachs Screening Programs have been set up in 27 other communities across the united States.
In the South Florida arc; il 1- estimated that there are more than 50.000 Jewish individual.- of child-
For this reason, the Tay-Sachs Disease Testing Program was established to identify
l arrj, rs 0| th< le their, with genetic counseling so that occurrences ol Tay-S.n hs can
be avoided altogether D ide County testing will continue for the benefit ol thes< individuals on a large
scali thi 1974 and 1975.
All persons of ( hild beat kng age who are living in Zip Code Areas 33160. 33161. 33162. and 331tf> are
urged to visl the Tav-Sachs testing site al 1'emple Beth Torah on March 24. between 9:30 A M and 2
P M
CJA-IEF HIGHLIGHTS
Residents of the Towers of Key Biscayne are showing tremi
support for the 1974 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Em
Fund, as evidenced by the buildings' first official CJA-IE
I'nder the leadership of Co-Chairmen Stanley Gilbert'and T
dore Kreuter. the March 10 luncheon was an outstanding su<
including a special address by Rabbi Harry Jolt and a v:
the film "We Are One." Together for the event were left I
right 1: CJA-IEF committee member Samuel Paul: Co-Chaii
Stanley Gilbert; guest speaker Rabbi Harry Jolt; and <
man Theodore Kreuter.
Over 60 volunteers from North Dade attended a Training Program on March 11 at Temple Beth Torah
to prepare for the next Tay-Sachs Disease Testing Site to be held at the Temple on March 24 Instruc-
ting the core of volunteers is Dr. Paul M. Tocci 'standing, second from right I, Director of the Tay-
Sachs Program.
"Dollar-A-Year" Program ... Helping Others
"People-to-People." a term originally adopted for a program which would unite residents of
Miami's Jewish community with Jews in Israel, is also applicable to the concern being shown for Jew-
in this community.
Last year. 75-year old Albert Milstine moved to Miami and brought to the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation a program he founded and headed in Chicago for the past 14 years the "Dollar-A-Year"
Volunteer Program
The Program, which raised millions of dollars for the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago,
draws on the dedication and experience of retired businessmen ... the Dollar-A-Year Men
But Milstine. along with Nathan K. Spector. A. J. Sunshine and other dedicated men. have retired
irk harder than they ever had in their business careers at the thing that's most important to
them helping othei -
Helping people in need is the most important thing to me. says Milstine. now Chairman of the
GMJF's Program "My goal is to use my 14 years of experience in Chicago for the benefit of Miami's
Jewish community."
Working out of an office in the Federation building, they man telephones five days a week: working
to support the 1974 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund in meeting its 'people'' goal this
Officers, directors and trustees ol the Hebrew Acaderm
responding with great generosity to the efforts of the G
Miami Jewish Federation's 1974 Combined Jewish Appeal i
Emergency Fund, as evidenced by their recent support oi an
nual CJA-IEF brunch. Among those responsible for the sui -
giving increases to the 1974 campaign were (left to right I- I 1
Abrams. Chairman of the event: Harry B Smith, a Vice Pr<
of the GMJF and guest speaker for the day: Irving Firtel. In-
dent of the Hebrew Academy and Mendel! Selig. Viet p.- -
Hebrew Academy and a member of the GMJF Board of Direi:

"Our contributors should know that we are concerned not only about the Campaign." says Dr. Spec-
. "but that we are even more concerned about their own 'personal needs about them as in-
tor
dividuals
' Dollar-A-Year" contributions will help support Federation's 50 local, national and overseas social
welfare agencies: twenty-two of which are Miami-based.
"There are thousands of Jews around the world who need our help." Milstine said, "and helping
them live safe, healthy, productive lives is more important than anv other kind of work."
Information on joining the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's "Dollar-A-Year" volunteer
program can be obtained by calling the Federation at 576-4000.
Residents of Octagon Towers recently demonstrated their sol;
ty and support of Jews in Miami, in Israel and throughout tl
world at a meeting held on behalf of the Greater Miami J< v
Federation's 1974 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergi
rund. Helping to stimulate the successful giving increases wl
resulted from the meeting were (left to right); Ms Katie
Goodstein. Co-Chairperson for the Octagon Towers CJA-IEF com-
mittee; Harry Sheer. Chairman of the Octagon Towers CJA-IEF
committee; Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Director of the GMJF Com-
munity Chaplaincy Service and guest speaker for the dav and Alex
Bleckman. \ ice Chairman of the event.
Shown here (from left to right I. manning telephones at the Federation Building are Doll?r-A-Year Men
Dr. .Nathan K. Spector, Albert H. Milstine and A. J. Sunshine.
S2 Beach Physicians Division of tHeGre
Mlam Jewish Federation 1974 Combined Jew.sh Appeal-!-
E2OT* mCl m'en,,v in ,he home of Drs Joan
2Ki%2 'l',,"r' n Uleir outstanding results of a recent
I1!00,' Participation to the 1974 Campaign. Among thos
massiv.n!ir/l?e cnthusias,i<- response bv phvsicians to the
S n! Hm,lhro*"'the world wer* 'standing, left to
and D^ in' SWi Dr Don G|u<*sman, Dr Badri S. Safavi,
and Drs. Joan and Joseph Harris.


Friday, March 22, 1974
* /tm ,'cib jn-.Tiiilii^r
Paa- 5-C
Levy Elected To 3-Year Term On Board of United HIAS Service
'Middle East War'
Richard D. Levy, a member of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's board of directors, ha- been
elected to the hoard of directors of
the United BIAS Service, the
worldwide Jewish migration agen-
cy. He was chosen to serve a'
three-year term at the 90th annual
meeting of MAS March 10 in New
York City.
Mr. Levy has been actively in-
volved in the. .i i community
for many years, He is a member
"f the biard .:f duvtirj of the
h Fami y and Chi'dr r.' Serv
ice. one of the F( deration's "family
of a'encies." nhd Is chairman o>
the Federation's Planning and Bud-
get Committee Commission on the
Elderly. Mr, Levy was a member
of the um Combined Jewish Ap
peal-Israel Emergency Fund Steer-
ing Comm
Now cm >arking on Its tentl
ide oi re cue and resettlement
. MAS !,,).; asshted same
m in Jewish refugees and mi-
grants since its earliest predeces-
:or. the Hebrew Immigrant A d
'.. was founded in 1884.
rf the 4.8C0 migrant- HIAS an-
resettling in the \
his year, the majority will
S lei 1 -. In addition to the
an HIAS will resettle Jem -
the Midd
. id (':. ; '
74. A total K) pei
;n- will r n as-
I

HIAS i lb tl
l"ni**d je ; h A] i
deration and W< II r Is
throughoi't the I r te i
'. ical HIAS receive
t from
Jewish Fed
The Sh>
lom Br :'-. rl I I *eakfast will
er Dr. Al-
t' : ro if h II. pr >fessor of
urer. who will
War. Poll!
..... .. ., h
hood president. Th Cast ii
open to the public at
i
RICHARD D. UVY
Flea Market Luncheon
Chai Chapter or American Miz-
rachi Worn n has scheduled its
flea m irket 1 tcheon fo v.
d t 1 ,m. at I
Mrs H i
S
m to Si
1 ...
Peerce Conducts Seders
pec re famed eti
0 < .i and B oa Iv ay singing star,
v. ill conduct traditional Passover
Seder servii I ir the 11th con-
secutive year in th- Deauville Ho-
tel Saturday and Sunday. April 6
and 7.
HOUSEKEEPER-COOK
For elderly gentleman. Able to Drive
5 or 6 days either stay or go lights.
Good Pay. Call Mrs. Peterson,
652-300C.
BOARD and ROOM
With private Bath and laundry.
Wanted for elderly Jcwih Mart.
Can Care fcr Himself. Phor.c 856-
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CEMETRY PLOT
New Section Mt Nebo C.metery pur-
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leaving Florida. Call 672-3215 be-
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activities, seeks year-round position
musician, seeks year round position,
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There are those who say we must forget what happened at Dachau and Auschwitz and Buchenwald.
And Munich.
There are those who say that Israel's people must stand on their own feet and not expect help from
Jews in America. And that the problems of Jews in Russia have absolutely nothing to do with the
lives of Jews living today in Florida. And that the problems of the aged Jews on Miami Beach have
nothing to do with the survival of Jews as a people all over the wortd.
To those people we say this. You have failed to learn the lesson history has carved into our souls.
For we are not just Russian Jews. Or Polish Jews. Or New York Jews. Or Miami Jews. Or young Jews.
Or old Jews. We are simply Jews.
For if it is not safe to be a Jew everywhere on earth, it is not safe to be a Jew anywhere on earth.
And if it is not safe to be a Jew, it will not be safe to be a human being.
We are one.
M^L Support the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Combined Jewish Appeal
jMJ and Israel Emergency Fund Campaign. Give now.
4200 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida 23137 Phone: 576-4000


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+Jelstrk>ra Friday, March 22, 1974
Plans For New Blood Bank
Announced By Prof. Many
The worldwide head of the
Magen David Adcm. Israel's offi-
cial Red Cross service, was In
Greater Miami this week to meel
with leaders of the American Red
Magen David for Israel and to sur-
vey the emergency rescue opera-
tions of the cities of Miami. Mi-
ami beach and Coral Gables.
Prof. Moshe Many, chairman' of I
the executive committee of the
Magen David Adorn and a profes-,
sor of medicine at Tel Aviv Uni-
versity, announced plans to con-,
Struct a new 5 million hlood bank
on the Tel Aviv campus to be:
operated by the Red Magen David.
'I he new facility, the only na-
tionwide blood bank service in Is-
rael. Will replace the existing
bio (1 bank operation in Jaffa
named in honor of the late Col.
David ( Mickey) Marcus.
Among those who met with Prof
Many at the bal Harbour residence
Wometco Theatres
163'St.|CARLYLE
of Mr. Bnd Mrs. Mark Soroko were
Samuel Relnhard, Florida state
chairman of the American Red
Magen David; David Coleman,
dent of the Miami beach
chapter, and Howard Kaulman.
vice president.
Others included Joseph Handle-
man of Detroit and Miami beach,
national board member; Sol Dres-
cher of Miami beach, national
board member; and Gerald
Schwartz, public relations counsel
lor the American Red Magen
David. Soroko is a national board
member and chairman of Red
David activities in the bal Har-
bour area.
Prof Many also met with offi
?ials of the University of Miam
School of Medicine, who are work
ng closely with the Magen David
\dom in improving Israel's emer
;ency rescue services.
He lauded South Florida Jewry
ror having contributed more than
0 ams'i'anp'"! cardiac re^ue
units, bloodmobiles and other
emergency vehicles since the Six-
Day War of June, 1967, and for
their contributions of cash and
emergency medical supplies since
the Yom Kippur War.
State headuarters for the Amer-
ican Red Magen David for Israel
are maintained at the Greater Mi-
ami Hebrew Academy. 2400 Pine
Tree Dr. The Red Magen David
maintains the only ambulance serv-
ce in Israel, servicing all of the
a!ion's government, Histadrut and
>rivate hopitals.
T/vkt the besiof "West Side SioRy"/MNd TjcWLer"...
Add a wodERN Love storv \uA you hwe "K/uadUn"
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Sarah Aviani
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IN AN
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PRODUCED BY SHMUEL FERSHKO
MARCH 27. 1974
TEMPLE EMANU-El 8:30 P.M.
1701 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH
Telephone 533-2503
Burton Young Speaker
Burton Young, lawyer and lec-
turer, will be guest speaker at the
Spinoza Forum meeting Thursday,
March 28, at 10 a.m. at 1234 Wash-
ngton Ave. Dr. Abraham Wolfsoa
is founder and director of the
forum and Arnold Kleiner servej
as chairman
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The Lions Club is sponsoring an
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Jrioles players Friday at the
Jountry Club of Miami to benefit
the Lions Camp for the Blind,
Robert Stewart and Glenn Lauder-
dale are serving as cochairmen of
the affair, according to -Mel Carv-
r, governor of Lions District 35-A.
FLORIDA FAMILY OPEIM
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George Gershwin Lodge, Knights
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'or Monday, April 1. and a second
or Monday. April 22. at th;> Surf
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served.
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Friday. March 22, 1974
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Off. BfRNAD W SM/TH
JACK ZlfGElHEIM
Belle Plaza And Moorings
Plan Israel Bond Functions
Dr. Bernard W. Smith. Profes-
sor Emeritus of Retail Manage-
ment at New York University, will
preside as chairman of the Belle
Plaza 'Night in Israel'" Monday
honoring Mrs. Ida Leiter. who will
receive the St.it? of Israel Bonds
Scroll of Honor.
A graduate of the College of the
City of New Yoik with a Master's
degree from N'YU's School of Re-
tailing. Dr. Smith received his
Doctor of Law from the Brooklyn
Law School. A guest lecturer at
many colleges and univei
I, i-!i the I nited States and Can-
Dr smith began his lllus-
t-iou* educational career with New
V irk University in 1929.
Mrs. Leiter, who is being hon-
ored for her continued support of !
Israel's economic development, is
s native of Atlanta, where she was
affiliated with the Fulton National
Bank for many years. A life mem-
ber of Hadtssah, she is a member
of the Mount Scopus group, and
serves as secretary of the Belle
Plaza Social Club.
A "Salute to Israel" breakfast
at the Moorings in North Miami
Beach Sunday morning. March 31.
will pay tribute to Jack Ziegel-
heim. recipient-elect of the State
of Israel Scroll of Honor. Lou A
Bonchick, chairman of the Israel
Bonds evenl announced.
Iheim, financial secretary
and treasurer of B'nai B'rith Is-
ra I Lodge, is being honored for
his outstanding el orts on behalf
of the I.-rael Bonds .... aign. A
ier of "he Sky Lake Syna-
n n ac-
: vi '.'.i tieipant in both the Israel
Bond- and CJA-IEF campaigns as
Moorings chairman for the past
several years.
American Jewish humorist Ed-
die Schaffer will be the special
nil st at the Moorings "Salute to
Israel.' living Levy is serving as
cochairman of the event.
April 2 Luncheon Will Benefit
H-U Veteran Scholarships Fund
A Veteran Scholarships Fund of
the Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem will benefit from the annum
scholarship luncheon of the Worn j
en"' Division of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University
A i. at the Eden Roc Hotel.
Mrs. I ewis E. Zorn was named
chairman of the luncheon by Mrs
Kroni h. president of the
.. it n's Division. Mrs. Zorn is B
Founder of the Hebrew University
of Jerusalem and her husband is
vice president of the Greater Mi-'
ami Chapter of the American
nds.
- for the April 2 func-
tion will include Mrs. Helen Wi-
nariek, Mrs. Else B mi m, Mrs
Thelnu Antoi Mrs. Viola Char-
cow-ky. Mrs. Carrie Rosen, Mrs
Ruth Schaffzin and Mrs. Rose
Hoih-tim.
Mrs. Winarick has donated
numerous sch tnc He"
brew I niversity and Mrs. Hochstmi
licate '. a room in the Ruth
and Jack S. Popick Humanities
Building. F.ach of the other worn
en is a Founder of the Hebrew
ersity. having contributed at
-23,000 each to Israel's first
and Largest university.
Mrs. Florence Fcldman, director
ol the Women's Division, is co-
plans for the luncheon
ins may be made at the
iffici of the American Friends
of the 1U brew University, 605 Lin-
n R -. Building.
The Veteran Scholars! ps Fund
provides tuition and maintenance
dy and W irthj stu
:u the Hebrew U i
... ority of the
ents who are mal >
served in the Yom Kippur War.
and will have to attend classes
year-round in order to make up
time lost while on active duty.
They thus will be unable to work
to earn enough money for their
mainten: ee while studying.
Sunday, Monday
Seminars For Day
School Teachers
T i : aching of Bible, Hebrew
c and Literature, and Is-
.if a eries
Inar: conducted by Y< hudah
Ton, of the Torah Education De-
tartment of the World Zionist or-
,!lop for ti acl er of the day
ihoola of Greater Miami Sunday
n Monday.
The seminars he'd in conjunc-
lon with the Institute for Jewish
Idui ators of the Central Agency
or Jewish Education and the He-
ircw Academy of Greater Miami,
"ill deal with the methodologv of
teaching, and will be chaired by
Rabbi Meir Bakst, assistant prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy.
Sunday morning. ft\*. Oron will
speak to the day school teachers
on new practices, procedures and
materials in teaching both the ba-
sic elements of Hebrew language,
and selections from the vast treas-
ures of Hebrew Literature. His
presentations will be followed by
i question and answer period on
the part of the teachers.
.Mr. Ornn will conduct two mod-
I lessons with students in the jun-
'or and sepior high school grades
Vfonday. One will deal with the
JSe of source's in Biblical and Tal-
lin.lie literature for the teaching
'entered on Bible study. In each
instance the model lesson will be
ibserved by the teachers of the
chool and an evaluation of the
ion.
Mr. Oron is serving for a period
if two years as educational con-
stant to the Torah Education De-
partment Of the World Zionist Or-
gnization. The Department con-
dads seminars for teachers
throughout the United States, pub-
lishes educational material and co-
ordinates a variety of study pro-
grams in Israel for students and
teachers during the summer, as
well as year-round study programs
in universities and Yeshivot in
Israel.
The seminar series is part of
the overall teacher in-service pro-
fessiona] development program of
the Institute for Jewish Educa-
tors of the Central Agency for
Jewish Education.
Mikki Shiff To Be Featured AI
B'nai B'rith Passover Festival
tlikl i native Floridian
will b
inual Passover i-
of the i. i Foun i
W( dn Ig. April 10, ;.
F int; b iu Hot I. Mui '
\. Sh chairman, an
nounci d.
A c iloratura mezzo soprano wh-i
i i:i the music world
"rom her childhood, Mikkl has botl
tudied and performed at Inter
ochen, Brevard, Aspen and Siena
Italy. She appeared as Golda i:
ihe Rinc Theater's "Fiddler Ol
The Roof," and has sung with the
Miami Family Opera. She has als
appeared as guest soloist with thi
Ft. Lauderdale Symphony and th"
North Miami Beach Symphony
orchestras. Her most recent oper-
atic appearance has been in The
Crucible for the Miami Open.
Guild.
MIKKI SHIff
Starring with Miss Shiff will l>-
members of the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization who will perform in attorney and former head of the
a musical presentation written for criminal division of the United
this occasion, and produced and States Attorney's office in Miami.
directed by Arie Kaduri. will h the narrator in the
Neal Sonnett. prominent local presentation,
Monna Lighte Appointed To
Coinniittee On Bole Of Women
Monna Lighte, local civic leader. Dadc County, which was left va-
National security is every
body's business. During Employ-
er Support Week.. April 1-6. local
Guardsmen and Reservists will
be visiting area emplO!irs seek-
ing support. Listen to their reas-
ons they make good sense.
nous wife and part-time instructor
at Miami-Dade Community College,
has been appointed to the Amor-
ira Jewish Committee's National
Committee on the Role of Women
The National Committee is com-
prised of just 30 women from
throughout the country.
.According to Mrs. Lighte. who
lives at 142T N. Venetian Way o
of the Committee's priorities is to
determine th:- myths and rcali'je;-
concerning the role of women i'i
Jewish tradition as well as a
litudes and practices.
Mrs. Lighte. a member of Tern
pie Israel of Greater Miami, holds
Life Memberships in Hadassah. Na
tional Council of Jewish Women
and the Jewish Home for the Aged.
In addition, she is a Patron of the
Museum of Science, a member of
the Coconut Grove Civic Asso-ia
tion and a member of the League
of Women Voters.
Monna Lighte triumphed over
Joe Murphy, ex-Coral Gables may-
or, by 1.000-plus votes in the
Democratic primary runoff Tues
day. Ms Lighte will oppose Repub-
lican Tom Gallagher at the polls,
lay March -i>. for a sea: In
Ute House of i; preset tatives for
'ant on the
^ingelton U>
death of Rep. Carl
Coral Gables
MONNA LIGHTE
RABBI
Sermons in Jewish A English.
Carter with nice tenor voice
-eads Torah. Looking for week-
end position, money no object.
673-1558
Nothing Can Beat Mother's
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Israeli
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Come home for the holidays. .
home to Mother's.. make,rs f
delicious Old-Fashioned Gefilte
Fish. Whitefish and Yellow Pike.
All-Whitefish, Unsalted. Old-World
Some in jars, some in cans.
And don't forget other tradition-
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borscht and schav, unsalted borscht
and low calorie borscht. Just think
of all the work Mother's saves mil-
lions of Jewish mothers during the
Passover holidays!
All Mother's products are Pareve !
and Kosher for Passover, endorsed
by the U, and can't be distinguish-
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tempters.
To add a special touch to your
own creation, try Mother's marga-
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MOTHERS ORANGE-GLAZED
SWEET POTATOES
8 (4 lbs.) medium sweet potatoes
1 12-oz. jar orange marmalade
2 tablespoons Mother's margarine
4 cup water
Vi teaspoon salt
Boil sweet potatoes until just
tender: peel. Cut in half length-
wise or into *4 inch thick slices.
In large skillet, mix marmalade,
margarine, water and salt Bring
to boil. Add potatoes and cook over
moderate heat, basting and turning
frequently, until glazed. Serves 8.
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+Jewistnvrkflar>
Friday, March 22, 1974
! Two Officers Are Reelected
I By Miami Beach Congregation
=
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro has
been reelected president and
Samuel N. Friedland has been re-
elected chairman of the board of
Temple Emanu-El of .Miami
Beach.
The two community leaders
were installed by Dr. Irving Lehr-
man, rabbi of the congregation for
the pa-t 30 years, at the semi-an-
nual dinner and dance of the syn-
agogue he.d in the Kricdland Ball-
roi m.
Judge Shapiro, a recipient of
the Torch of Learning Award of
the American Friends of the He-
l 1 i University of Jerusalem, is
a past president of the Greater
Miami Chapter of the organization
vhich supports Israel's first and
t university.
A vice president of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy, h.' i; :e-
mnsel and a member of the
nal board of directors of the
1- .. Histadrut Foundation.
Judge Shapiro is a cochairman of;
:iT4 Yeshiva University din-
BCT for Greater Miami.
Friedland, a past president of
Temple Emanu-El, is pa t p
(',:; 01 the \!t. Sinai .Medical Cen-
ter of Greater Miami and a na- '
: ader ol the Jewish Theo
logical Seminarv of America. He
' is former president of the Greater
' Miami Jewish Federation, past
I Florida chairman for State of Is-
,ae! Bonds and a principal con-
tributor to Bran.leis University
and numerous other religious,
educational and charitable organi-
zations. He is a founder and foim-
er chairman of the board of Food
Fair Stores.
Dr. Lehrman lauded the two
men's leadership for Temp!e
Emanu-El and its Lehrman Day
S^onl as well as for community
endeavors.
P.ans were mapped at the semi-
annual event for the community-
vide tribute dinner and dance
tonoring Dr. Leh man on his 30#h
inniversary as rabbi of Temple
Imanu-El. The event will be he.d
t th al Hotel April 20.
with reservations available at the
"enn.e 1 fficc, 1701 Washington
we.
Dr. Sherman Kaplan and Her
rl Sadkin .1 e cochairmen 0; the
Oth a iniversary celebration.
: h w inc trporate the annual
,eh man Daj School Scholarship
Ihe Bali was po tponed from
. 1 fa .. :-. of the Vom Kip-
ur \'. ar.
Vivian Biniiz Speaker For
Pioneer Women Cmnieil
South Flor.C 1 con 11 I 1 f Pio-
lV"nr n a
Guest : :: "
r 1,100
Dinitz, wi e of 1 I '
A musii 1 1 his t
will ba !-'(-. nted by
Shmuel 1 hko.
Harriet Green, pre ident of the
South Fiorida Council and national
nan 1 le day. Mrs
Morris Sandeiburn, vic prpjident
uth I uncil, will

Ir.v ication will
S Frii d Gutl r. Ih
1
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by Ml Elia Fa
Pioneer Wo
ida have raisi I 33' ab< \. : ir
1 ned qu ita 1 th ir si t< r 1 r
MRS. StKCKA 0IHIT1

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i
Newly reelected officers of Temple Emanu-
E: chct with the spiritual leader of the Miami
Beach congregation at the synagogue's
semi-annual dinner and dance held in the
Friedland Ballroom. From Ufl are Judge and
Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro, Dr. and Mrs. Irving
Lehrman and Mr. end Mrs. Samuel N.
Friedland. Judge Shapiro continues as pres-
ident and Friedland remains as chairman
of the board as the congregation celebrates
Dr. Lshrman's 30th anniversary as its rabbi
with a communitywide tribute to be held
April 20 at the Diplomat Hotel.
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rriday, March 22, 1974
Uwisti rkridlar
Page 9-C
MRS. THOMAS VON GAMMON
Marti Harris,
Thomas Gammon
Exchange Voivs
Marti A. Harris and Thomas Von
Gammon exchanged marriage vows
Sunday. March 17. at 11:30 a.m.,
in the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Harris, 4444
Michigan Ave.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Von Gammon of Or-
mond Beach.
Newly wedded Mr, and Mrs. Von
Gammon are both students at the
University of Florida in Gaines-
ville and participated in the invita-
tional honors program there.
REUNION The Miami Sen-
ior High Class of '54 is planning
a class reunion weekend at the
Soncsta Beach Hotel July 26
through 28. Intere.ted a;umni
.. ::o have not yet been located or
acted should contact attor-
Chaiies L. Rulfnf.. Suite
J.'O. DuPont Bidg., to Le placed
oil the mailing list.
BB Isaiah Lodge 2953
A meeting and social gathering
jf B'nai B'lith Isaiah Loriye 2955.
now bein1.! organized, will be hold
Monday al 2 p.m. in the Americar.
Saving.-'. Lincoln and Aiton Rds.
Refreshments will be served.

I. Rozalia Wajnman (former
ly BERNED1, am looking for
witnesses, who have known
my Pare n t s, Benjamin
BERNED and Doctor Sara
BERNED, in Lwow/Poland.
After confinement in the
Lwow Ghetto my parents
were taken to tho Concen-
tration Camp Janowska in
1943. Please call or contact
at 2092C North Miari Ave.,
Miami, Tel: 652-0492.
Roosevelt Lodge Meeting
Roosevelt Lodge No, 177. Knights
of Pythias, meets at 8 pm. the
first, third and fifth Monday of
each month at Pythian Hall. 460!
W. Fliglrr St. The next meeting is
scheduled for April 1.
BB Unit Elects Officers
Em;na Lazarus Chapter for Worn
"n B'nai R'rith. will elect officr-
at a meeting Tues'y in the Jef
ferson Bank. 301 Arthur Godfrey
Rd. ro.irs will open at 7 p.m. for
the brown bag dinner. Harriet
fo'lf" '< nre^klont.
MRS. LARRY WEINSTtIN
Denise Sissel Bride
Of Larry Weinstein
Kings Bay country Club was the
it" of th-1 marriage of Denise Sis-
el :rd 1 arry Weinstein Saturday
March 16
Parents of the courle ar Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Sissel 10535 SW
! 14th T-rr. and Mr. and V Sev
nour Weinstein, 5531 SW 87th
Ave..
'Wills. Estate Planning'
Harry Zukcrnick was to speak
.n 'Wills and E tate Planning" at
ular meeting of the Flo Ida
Chapter of the Brooklyn Law
School Alumni Assn.. which he
i rves as president, Thursday at
3 p.m. in the Carillon Hotel. Alex-
ander Sehlcsinger was to preside.
A'R CONOlTlONE^
OVAL phi
HOTEL
ON THE OCEAN
DINING ROCM OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
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PHONE ANNE DECN _.._--,-.
Make your Passover Reservations Now Call 531-7381
1545 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BCH.
DINNER HOUR 5 TO 7 P.M.
ORT Chinese Auction
rhursday, March 28. the Miami
iu in and Professional Chap-
of Women's American i'" '
m'A have ) mini fund raisii g "Chi-
u Auct.on" in th Fed
ral. 423 Arthur Godfrey Rd.,
tarting al 7:4 y.m. There will be
no admission charge and refresh-
ments will follow the auction.
HARDER HALL
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from 6:30 to 8 p.m. In room 101
[da Fisher School on Miami
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New Films At Wometco's
New films opening at Wometco
Theatres Friday include "Three
Tough Guys" and "The Soul of
Nigger Charlie" at the Miami and
North Dado; "Man on a Swing" at
Coral Way; "Billy Two Hats" at
Palm Springs 2, and "How to
Seduce A Woman" and "Family
Honor" at the Parkway and Surf
rtiatres.
'Meaning of Aliyah'
Galil Chapter, American Miz-
rachi Women, will hold a regular
mooting a! the Washington Fed-
eral, 633 NE 167th St., Monday,
April 1, at 12:30 p.m. Dr. Reuben
Efrom will speak on life in Iarael
and the meaning of Aliyah. A film
will be shown and discussion peri-
od will follow.
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 Nights
Children 5 to 13 $10 One Night- $18 Two Nights
For Information Call 264-5291 or 264-5292
8:30 to 3:30 Monday Through Friday
Tax Deductible
FIRST SEDER
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$25Kc.
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$2()oo
lip and
lax incl.
Children under 8 $12 for each Spder
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Friday, March 22. 1974
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We Outfit (o Know Our Songs
< M
cGRAW HILL has ]
. p opi,. ftuth Rab
re her I u. A .....i ml he '
. is much needed. What Jewish li-
rd to o<- without it?
There is the old saying, "I care not who
writ.- h. aws ol a country, if 1 can write the
songs."
THIS IS more true of the Jews, for during
many centuries, the Jews really had no law.
They existed under a kind of tolerance which
could end at any time.
To be sure, the Jews had their religious laws,
but these had no authority save in the voluntary
accord of the individual.
The cantor in the synagogue was a powerful
force. The rabbi misht appeal to the head. but
the cantor got on your in*ides. 1 remember in
the Southern town In which I lived as a boy, some-
one demanded the dismissal of the cantor on the
ground that he was found playing pool in a pub-
lic pnn! hall.
BIT THIS cantor's sing'ng of one of the
holiday prayers was i ivorite, and while
ation didn'1 think cantors should play
in | : ; c pool halis, thej were not willing to
sacrifice that dm! tdy which no one sang like him.
No sir. There were limits to everything!
The Yiddish folk songs were equally potent.
Mis- Rabin catalogs the different varietieshome.
Hebrew teachers, holidays, mosheeachs, Hasidism.
Tl -onus heloed perpetuate the Jewish way.
The first Yiddish song my mind goes back
to was "Auf dem Pripichok," telling how the
Hebrew teacher sat in the room in the house in
which there was heat, giving his sine-song instruc-
tion. We kids took to translating it into half Yid-
dish, half English verse.
OUR AUTHOR does not nel* the universalistic aspect of the folk song. The
world of music has no harsh boundaries. It is the
pla^e where we resneet each other's ethnic indi-
viduality. Consider the reception to "Fiddler on
the R-v>f" in Janan and oth*r >arts of the world.
Also we are not too particular about taking
from one another.
.

fXefrcrl

--*
A Aew Daniel Comes to Judgment
lion' SAD it is to add Fr. Dan-
iel Berrigan's name to that
A Jew-baiters.
Not the rolls of hard-bitten,
hatri'd-for-a-buck genre remind-
ing us of William Dudley PeUey.
Georgs Lincoln Rockwell, and
Henry Adams, Hilaire Bclloe. H.
L. Mencken, and a few other his-
toric figures who should have
known better than to indulge in
one of the oldest and queerest
passions intellectual anti-Semi-
tism.
THE BROTHERS Berrigan in
the trying times of American in-
volvement in Vietnam had come
to stand for a bizarre kind of
courage finding outlet in the
nalpani burning of draft cards be-
longing to someone else.
Their eloquence, their ability
to attract deeply religious peo-
ple to their standards, their
esea : led a scorch-
te to our 1960s and
1970s.
Th incerity couldn't w 'l
be questioned; their martyr
d genuine and touched
With cl.ry. Follow churchmen ex-
' d them; the courts and fed-
eral men nearly despaired of
ing them, the rebels of re-
cent times were cheered by their
exploits.
WHAT (KIRK, then prompted
Fr. Dan.el Berri (an, n it 1 mg ago,
to dub Israel "a criminal Ji
, mmuniry ... a nightmare
(which) manufacturers human
wa-te?"
When he addressed members of
the Association of Arab-American
University Graduates, why did he
lose himself in an orgy of deni-
gration, insisting that Israel is a
settler state, "the creation of mil-
lionaires, generals, and entre-
pc-neurs?"
MORE IN the tradition of St.
John Chrysostom. more as an imi
tator of Father Charles Coughlin,
he soundeJ when he ingratiated
himself with his Arab-American
audience with this outrageous and
completely false allegation: "The
Jews arose from the Holocaust,
armed to the teeth Israel en-
tered the imperial adventure."
Grant, in charity, that this man
of the cloth and hundreds who
admire him are weary' of war.
heartsick at the piling up of ter-
Which of
us is not?
Are Jews who have been driv-
en from Pjiand ami Germany,
Jewa who found their road to the
Palestine of the 1930s blocke.l by
Ernest Bevin and his British col
tea row to be condemned and
d by a priest because they
had the guts to fight their
:-"
Wh likely to pace th
way to the peace that Fr. Berrigan
- for the mech- I
anized 1 >gi >ns of Egypt and
their bloody road
to onslaught against the Jews on
Yom Kippur or the people of
Israel who have stood ready con-
stantly to proceed towards peaco
on the basis of UN resolutions,
so scornfully misinterpreted by
Arabs. Russians, and others who
cry for peace in the language of
hatred?
Haifa
! M ALL for peace. Practically
all i (or peace. The
problem is we've got to find some-
one who is willing to make peace
with us.
The great tragedy of Yom Kip-
pur, !:>>', is that we had lulled
ourselves into the delusion that
since WE wanted peace, our
neighbors did too, and we let our
defenses down.
l DON'T see why the world
should be so shocked by the inter-
national wave of Arab hijackings,
kidnappings, murders and black-
mail After all, the very word
"assassin" is of Arabic origin.
The Oxford Dictionary pro-
vides a most illuminating defini-
tion of the word and its source.
It's worth repeating.
"Certain Moslem fanatics in the
time of the Crusades, who were
sent forth by their Sheikh to mur-
der the Christian leaders. Hence:
One who undertakes to put an-
other to death by treacherous vio-
lence."
Things haven't changed much
since the Crusades, so why the
surprise'
BY ALL means let's make
peace. W:th which stable and
lasting Government? A quick
I ..'the record siiows that in
the past quarter century our
neighbor Arab states have had 74
revolutions, of which 30 sue-
c i (i.d.
In the 'am? period there were
80 political murders, including 18
Prime Ministers. Presidents or
other I leads of State. None of
thi -r had anything to do with
Israel.
Let's make peace with the
Have they been able to
make peace among themselves?
have been 12 wars in the
Arab world during this period.
Cfart On flic Road to Peace
With (he Peaceful Syrians

During a shorter time, the last
15 years An have 21
ken off diplomatic .via-
tiona th each other.
The prospects for a listing
b .i stable Syrian
trnment don'l look vans
if we judge by Syria's own rec*
ord:
March, 1949 President
Qawatli arrested and his go\em-
ment overthrown by Col. Husal
Zaim.
August. 1949 Col. Sami Hin-
nawi and his officers execute the
President and Prime Minister,
and take over.
December, 1949 Another re-
volt and Col. Adib Shishakh takes
over.
-my, 1950 Col. Sami Hin-
naw! murdered.
February, 1954 Again revo-
lution, and Col. Shishakii is forced
to resign.
August. 1957 An abortive
plot to overthrow the government
Many arrested.
September, 1961 Col. Kuz-
bary leads a military revolt,
bringing about Syria's secession
frcm the union with Egypt.
March, IMS A pro-Nasser
group dissolves the Dawalibi Gov-
ernment, and widespread triala
March, 1963 The Ba'ath
party and an army group .-:
a cou iver,
February, 196b Col. Si
Jedid leads an extremist Ba'ath*
ist group in a new military i
aiui assumes control
November, I97t Gen. Hafez
Assad oasts Salah Jedid and
;.. power.
July. 1973 General Assad
wounded in attack by a would-be
1974-????
WITH WHOM are we to make
^Herbert JZuft
Eichmann Slated for Silver Screen
Hollywood
j^IA LANDAU commences production of the
of motion pictures from famous
under the subscription format o the Amer-
ican Film Theater, with Robert Shaw's -The .Man
in th G ass Booth," fictionalized account of th i
capture of and trial of Adolf Eichmann, a drama
which caused a great deal of controversy w
tl appeared on Broadway with Donald Pleasence
the central character.
Rob rt Shaw, the British actor turned play-
ftTi ; '-d look a, the Nad clo I
the mass murder of European '
and comes up with some suprising, on... ,..ock.
and contradictor) g aoou, the Ges,apo
man, in the capricious authors rather free adap-
on not only hiding behind the -lass enclosure
ol a Jerusalem courtroom but also behind the
identity of a Jew.
EDWARD ANHAL? f,.v Acadeon-Awerd
winner, is writing the sereenp] ly f -The Man
Booth," and hopefully will cl
' -: too-arbil tslnposition
' "'' '' "'i' tication with com-
passion for the victi Third Reich
Reviewer Does Read Novels -- When They are Mirrors of History
r-HERE ARE some contemporary figures whose speech ,....JU_____
yHERE ARE some contemporary figures whose speech
inflections and style are so unique that, after hav-
ing heard them, one can figuratively hear them when
reading their works.
Abba Eban, FDR, and Elie Wiesel a:e men whom
one can hear through their printed words. With respect
to Wiesel, there is an additional feature since his voice
communicates his mystical philosophical or metaphysi-
cal ruminations.
iJX TpEA?ING the ^ SCCti0n f his bk.
me Oath, (Random House. $7 95, 283 pp ) I was al
most disillusioned because I heard Wiesel. but some of
the di'aocue had a familiar ring.
, c 5T2?1 l.th0UEhts aros": H^ he exhausted his
talents' Was he in a rut? Had he nothing to say on
a twice-told tale?
Fortunately, continued reading, after the first brief
section, revealed that this self-effacing literary giant.
beloved mystic and raconteur, special pleader for his
co-religionist and explicator o* the "shfetl" Jew, had
lost none of his talents.

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_ 7^?""'" U '"""'" '"">' m"'s noon ol
sftasKrsf ** *m scemining
- Jh:^;Lr E"e,ish- ^
AJItagh h ad*, TOlhing m ^ 0,
tnis momentou, evtnl In Jewish history, the hook ha.
it nm
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sketches of important scenes and memo-
*
HAYVIM J. COHEN has shed much light on a
c^.paratively unknown area Md J>friod ^ ^ ^
tor> ,n his Jews of the Middle East, 1860-1972" (Johi
Wiley & Sons, n.p. 206 pp.).
The introduction provides the historical bach
ground of the Jewish communities in the Middle Eask
ern countries from the 16th century to 1872.
Yemen and Iran were under Shi'ite rule for ovef
300 year, and the treatment of the Jews in these places
was harsh.
IN THE Sunni "countries" of Turkey, Egypt, Iraq,
Syria and the Lebanon, the Jews fared much better.
The thrust of the book is to show how the economic,
social and cultural levels of the Jews residing in these
areas effected their integration into Israel after they
arrived.
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Friday, March 22, 1974
* AnfisJ) ttfiirifjHi>*fin
Page Il-C
Rachel Eichelman Appointed As
Educational-Vocational Counselor
Miss Rach( 1 .!. Ekhe'man nf Hoi
l>.vK)d, has been appointed to the
position of community Educational
Vicational Counselor of the Jew-
\-h Vocational Service of Miami,
i ording to an announcement
m;de by Eugene Grepn>pan. execu-
tive director, and Herbert P. Blum
borg, president of the agency.
Mill Eichelman, who holds a
V ister of Education degree in
guidance and counseling as well as
a Bachelor of Science degree in
Education from the University of
Hartford, is also under contract
with the U.S. Department of
Health, Education & Welfare. So-
cial Security Administration. Bu-
reau of Hearings and Appeals as
a vocational expert. She holds pro-
fessional membership in numer-
ous national and state rehabilita-
t. r. and guidance associations.
For the past five years Miss
F.chelman has been in charge of
Work Adustment Training pro-
gram at the Jewish Vocational
Service in the sheltered workshop
tiabilitation section of the agen-
e Her contributions to the field
cf rehabilitation while at the
J wish Vocational Service work-
-~.>p. and prior to that as a Re-
lation Counselor for the State
of Florida Division of Vocational
Mlitation, are well recognized
tin the professional community.
Bernstein Attends Pension,
Profit-Sharing Seminar
George Bernstein of Miami, rep-
resentative of Manhattan Life In- '-'ocational Guidance and Counsel-
'TLC For Books
Topic at Meeting
Of Librarians
The "Tender Loving Care" of
;bra:y bock; vill be the main
!em on the a :enda of the monthly
nceting of the Association of Jew-
. >h Libraries talcing p.ace Friday
t l p.m. at th.' Central Agency
or Jewish Education.
Margot Berir.an, chairman of the
J-nuo announced that the session
will deal with repair ot books, an
issue of major concern to all li-
brarians.
Serving as resource leaders will
be a team of specialists from the
Miami Dade Public Library head
ed by Mrs. Emmie Hayes. Mrs.
layes and her assistants will con-
luct a woikshop for the librarians
>f synagogues and Jewish schools
ho make up the group, and will
discuss the unique problems of
)ook storage and maintenance
here in the South Florida area.
JSteinn,TrUnityr Educational' I" addition, the meeting will
i,iSrrft? T pr0gr ^r!"lcareer!d convention of the Association of
ncejmd counseHng and vocation- Jowish Libraries in Chi June
il exploration opportunities to high 23-26
school and college youth and
adults. The program will also of-. Librarians of the Educational
fer job placement services, coun-' Resource Center of the Centra!
seling to women who wish to re- Agency for Jewish Education will
enter the employment market, and I distribute materials dealing with
group counseling for both adults | the forthcoming spring Jewish fes-
and youth. An "Outreach'' program tivals.
to bring these services into con-
enient locations throughout Dade In addition, some of the new
"-Minty is underway at the present multi-media material portraying
time. 'bo Yom Kippur War. including
I films, film strips and records, will
community Educational- be shown and discussed.
Beth Moshe Breaks Ground
Beth Moshe Congregation has
.btained its building permit and
vill break ground for its new tem-
ple in Sans Souci Estates, Herbert
.elchuk, pre Idei l congre-
;atipn has announced.
The ground-b eaking ceremony
Richest Week At Kialenh -j; *y ,'iK' ,'n "! wi">
, the aIio.OOu addea Widener to ba
A quarter of a million do
n purse money is available to 'his Saturday, the ;-
'icroughbred owners during Hia- ad.led Columbiana on Wednesday,
-ah Park's richest week of racing, and the SIOJ.COO adde i I
Vctua'ly, it will take eight days scheduled fo Saturday, March 30.
For New Sanctuary Sunday
for the new sanctuary will take
place Sunday at 10 a.m. with
North Miami Mayor John E. Stem-
bridgc, state Sen, Sherman S.
Winn and other communkw d.gr.i-
taries as guest speakers.
MORI I. EICHELMAN
The
:rance Company, participated in
i conference of the National
ttee of the Pension and
' Sharing Division of the
ipment Corporation for Is-
' underwriters oi State of is-
Bonds, this iron::-, in Wash-
.. D.C.
0 ife n< i hi I
t 'ti n of the H Z >' \
ni mic Mir Israel
1 R;ted Sti ti
b isghi together li
' -- ,. : pens
' :.: across .no Uni tes to
: fays o broa i pro-
ol institul ional
In Israel Bonds for the economic
ipmenl of Isra< .
ing program is sponsored by the
'ewish Vocational Service, 318
\\v 29th St., a ben f agency
f the Gn ater Miami lewish V >&
ration and the United Way of
Oad" Countv,
The local association is now in
its second year of operation, and
numbers amon? its membership
timost all of the librarians of the
i rogues tnd Daj iol! of the
area.
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Friday, March 22, 1974
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7Qr lh
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81.39 lb.
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79c l
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98c lb.
h\^HE VARNISHKAS
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69c lb.
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98c lb.
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98c 1-2 lb.
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With a Full Service Kosher Meat Dept. A Complete Take-Out Food
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ioy, March 22, 1374
* #ew isl FhrSrliar
Page 13-C.
Miami Jews Rally To Support CJA-IEF
lay Harbor Drive Yields Unprecedented Support
[n conjunction with a community-wide drive in Bay Harbor on behall ol the greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 1974 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. Mr and Mrs Butt Halt recently
hosted a home parlor meeting for a large number of friends and neighbors, yielding unprecedented sup-
port for the 1974 Campaign Responsible for the successful event were Shepard Broad guesl peaker;
Stanley Tate. Mayor ol Bay Harbor Island and Chairman of the Bay Harbor CJA-IEF Committee: (pic-
tured, left to right i: Mr and Mrs Burt Halt: Mrs Robert Siegel and Mr Robert Siegel. Co-Chairman
of the Bay Harbor 1974 CJA-IEF. Among the notables present at the meeting were Dr and Mrs
Edward Caller. Dr. and Mrs Marshall Kessler: Mrs. Stanley Tate. Mrs Maurice Herman. Miss Stella
Topal and Mr. and Mrs Max Dinisman.
Residents ol Bay Harbor Islands are responding dramatlcalh to
the urgent needs ol Jews in Miami, in Israel and throughout the
world, as evidenced by their support at a recenl Breakfast held on
behalt of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation 1974 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund Contributions to the 1974
Campaign reached imp: d heights as gifts announced more
than doubled las' year's giving Helping to stimulate the success-
ful event were (pictured, left to right i Shepard Broad. Honor
Chairman and guesl kei for the day: Jeny Yellin. also guesl
ker for th da; Max Feldman, Bay Harbor High Rise Co-
ordinator for the 1974 CJA-IEF; Jerry Lelchuk, Breakfast Co-
ordinator and nut pictured I Stanley Tate. Mayor of Bay Harbor
and Chairman ol the Bay Harbor 1974 C.I All and
Robert Siegel, Co-Chairman of the Bay Harbor CJA-IEF.
Coming Up ...
Members of Beth Torah Congregation will be the guests of Rabbi Max LipschitZ at a special breakfast
March 17 honoring Beth Torah "s Ambassadors to Israel for 1973-1974. on behalf of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federations Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. Among the Ambassadors who
will be reporting on the latest fact finding mission will be (first row. left to right): Mrs. Donald Reiff.
Mrs Mel Kartzmer Mrs. Robert Gruder and (second row. left to right i: Mel Kartzmer. Rabbi Max
Lipschitz Donald Reiff. Mrs. Adolph Berger and Norman Kunken. Coordinating the event (not pictur-
ed I are Sv Rosen. President of Beth Torah and Chairman of the day: Mel Zuckerman. Honorary f ha.r-
man of Beth Torah. and Arthur Siegel. Honorary Co-Chairman of Beth Torah.
Homestead-Naranja residents will rally at the Homestead
lewishCenter (183 N.E. 8St., Homestead) Sunday evening. March
!l. demonstrating their support for the efforts of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's 1974 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund. Highlighting the meeting will be guest speaker
Dror Zadok, a sergeant in the Israeli Army and helicopter ere w-
man in the Yom Kippur War; also, a special 1974 Campaign film.
We Are One." Coordinating the event are Mr. and Mrs Herman
Marks. Chairmen; Mr. and Mrs Sidney IVckett Co-Chairmen.
and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bartnofsky. Mr and Mrs Sam Berman.
Mr and Mrs Charles Daks. Mr. and Mrs Mike Dobrofsky. Mr and
Mrs Milton Fischer. Mr. and Mrs Charles Haimes. Mr and Mrs
Joe Halasz. Mr and Mrs. Sidney Kanter, Mr. and Mrs. J. David
Liebman. Mr. and Mrs Paul Losner. Mr and Mrs Sidney Moled-
skv, Mr. and Mrs Irving Peskoe, Mr. and Mrs. George Petzolt.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rosin. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Silver. Mr and Mrs
Morton Sobel. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weisenberg. Committee
members.
ws
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mg/f^.'^aj BbSBb \
Rabbi Lehrfield Is Guest Speaker For
Academy Women's BinyanBri irxh
; -i,bi David Lchrfield, acting
, Greatei Miami
Aea my, v.ill !> the
>u -' speaker al Wednesday's Bin-
yan Brick Luncheon ol the He-
Residents of the Miami Jewish Hcme and Hospital for the
Aged (Douglas Gardens) installed the new Residents Coun-
cil officers and members recently. They include, from left
tc right, (front rcw) Mildred Lamden, secretary; Augusta
Schlesinger, president; Lillian Cowen, treasurer; Sadie Be-
litsky, vice presidsnt; (second and third rows) Council
members Esther Holober, Bella Cohen, Bella Dickstein, Dora
Son:s and Aaron Grossman.
brew Academ) Women, schei catcs.
embei
\' ,i;. :, .. serve
plate lu
n \. ". ;. fashion
hi .'. pre :.' d bj Young Soj i
">:30 p.m at the Eden
Hotel.
Am.a-" the models are Mrs.
i tein, Mrs. Albeit
Dorita (Mrs George) Felden- ttuvkat. M s. Moreno Habif, Mrs.
kreis, chairman of the luncheon. Vfo'ly Nick. Mrs, Jerrj Jchechter.
Murra; and Airs.
Li '.''. pres
i Women,
I i
., chairman of
o the Hi i
Ihi luncheon, Mrs.
aid, will be used for
i b ^cadi my library in
i,e new i Building which
will si rve the junior and s<
i school lepartments.

4
Pictured at the recent Residents Council installation held at
Douglas Gardens (Miami Jewish Home and Hospital foi
Aged) are, from left to right, (first row) Louis Stein, Council
member; Jecnette.Leff, honorary president, and Saul Gold-
berg, parliamentarian; (second and third rows) Lillis Ra-
vitch, Anna Opper, Ahce Messer. Pauline Lillian, Etta Se-
perasky. MoUy Zeik, bene Kramer, Ada Fein, Fanny Bell,
Hear/ Dubler, May Rosen and Harry Chalfin.
Teachers and organizers of the Hebrew
Ulpan prcg-am conducted by the Central
Agency for Jewish Education in cooperation
with the American Zionist Federation and the
Israel Aliyah Office and the Department of
Education and Culture of the Zionist Organi-
zation, are shown at the recent Purim Party
3i 153 stud* left to right
(seated) Ziva Ear-Navon, Shula Ben-
David, Peril Shapero, Shoshanna Spector,
teachers; (standing^ Aryeh Rokach and Aron
Ben-Aron, teachers. Rita Gold, coordinator,
Levi Soshuk, consultant, and Abraham J.
Gittelson. associate director of CAJE.



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vJewisti Flcrid/an
Friday, March 22. 1974
The Southeastern Florida Region of Wom-
en's American ORT (Organization for Re-
habilitation through Training) honored their
Golden Circle numbers at the recent School
of Engineering Luncheon in the Seville
Hotel. At left Mrs. Gerald Traktman, presi-
dent, presents Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Kate-
man with an Israeli sculpture in recognition
of their outstanding contribution to the
school a teachers training study labora-
tory. At right are Mrs. Sy Einhom, president
of Arlen House Chapter, and Stuart Wintner,
who received a special presentation in mem-
ory of the late Paul Wintner. Luncheon
speaker was Mrs. Morris Fruchtmcm, na-
tional vice president, chairman of the School
of Engineering, which is now under construc-
tion on the grounds of Hebrew University,
and a member of the Miami Beach After-
noon Chapter.
CARNIVAL Treasure Island
Elementary School. 7540 E.
Treasure Dr.. North Bay Village,
will hold its annual Carnival,
featuring food, games, rides,
boutiques. whit i.enhant sale,
plant nursery, etc.. f-orr. 2-8 p.m..
Wed;: April 3. to raise
hinds ". on plrte the air-condi-
tion1: i cafetorium. Tick-
fire.
U3AL NOTCH
Florida's Gov. Reubin Askew proclaimed March 20 as "ORT
Cay" and the City ci Miami Beach saluted the organization
on the sign in front of the Convention Center. Pictuiid with
N. Litz, the center's executive director, are Mrs. William
Belfer, Southeastern Florida Region ORT Phonathcn chair-
man, and Mrs. Norman Golab-rg, Gvlfstream Chapter vice
president (left); Mrs. S. Melvin Apotheker, region publicity
chairman, and Mrs. Theodore Natelson, Collins Bsach
Chapter vice president.
APPOINTEDIrwin S. Korach.
AIA, senior partner in The
Smith, Korach. Hayet, Haynie
Partnership, Miami-based archi-
tectural and engineering firm,
has been appointed a member of
the American 'nstitute of Archi-
tect's Archj'-vture for Health
Coincittee, .' j appointment, for
a one-year tc.m. was announced
by Aichibald C. Rogers, FAtA,
president of AIA.
LEGAL NOT.'CE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-1055
In RE i:-:.
SAW I Kl- GR< 'DENS K V.
(U <
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AV and Ail Persona Hav-
ing Claima or Demands Against Bald
Estate :
You nrr hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims ami demands
wl leh you mas have ajtalnst the aa-
tate of BAMUEL ORODENSKY. de-
I of Had,. County, Florida.
' tin i ii ui! JudKos i l iad> t'ountv,
and ftl< thi aame in duplicate and as
i Section 7:1:1 in. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the <"oun-
l> Oourtliou ;n Dade County, Florida
four calendar months from the
tune of the first publication hereof,
or the lam 111 be bai n 1
Fil.d at Miami Florida, this 20th
any ol Mar h A 11 11>74
SADIE GRODBNSKY,
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 22nd day of March, ISM
KURT WELUSCH
Alton,! for Cxecutrlx of the Estate
of BAMUEL QRODEN8KY
lf.1 Alnieria Ayenue. Suite 200-K
Coral Gables. Florida 33134
3/22-29
National security is every-
body's business. During Employ-
er Support Week. April 1-6, local
Guardsmen and Reservists will
be vi King area cmplo:?rs seek-
ing support. List; n to their reas-
ons they make good sense.
NOTICE OF ACTION
:i F BERVICI
i NO PP.OPEP-
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF
THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY
CIViL ACTION NO. 7J-7611
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
i 'RIAL 111 UO Ri DRI< il EZ.
Husband. Petitioner
\ i atki-i:a
III 'Dili II EZ,
Wife, Rhsik :olent
Ti i: Mn Teresa Eli oa Cateura
Rodriajuei
Ban Airustln 481 Ciudadela
Provlncla de Buenoc Ana...
Argentina, B A.
TOD ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution or Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are reaulred to serve a coov of
your written di fenses, II any. to it
on Guillermo Bostchln, attorney for
Petitioner, who* iddresi i- 101 N v\
IJth Avenne, Miami, Florida and rile
the original with the clerk of the I
above styled court on or before April |
26, 1974; otherwise a default will be
entered agaJnsi you for the relief (v.
manded In the complaint or petition.
This notice shall lie published one.
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THF. JEWISH Fl UKIDIAN.
WITNE8S my hand and the seal of
aid court at Miami. Florida on this
19th day Of March. 1974.
RICHARD P. BRJNKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
H\ C. P. COPELAM)
-As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Guillermo Sostchln, i:.-auiro
Ml K.W 12th Avenue
Miami Florida MISS
I if-19 4/5-12
CHIEL
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-1672
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
In Hi Estate of
CHARLBB CHESTER DCItHAN.
deceased.
t NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditors and All Persons Hav-
Batattr" '"" x" ">"" You are herehv notified snrt reni'ir-
whfehD^mn^Rny. clBlm" and "elands
win, n you mav haw k.;, .,. ,.,, ,
{?V,f CHARLF-S CHEPTBR DUR
rids statutes m th, ,,.',:,,
Counts Oourthouse in I)a,le fountv
Florida, within foul ,,
from the tint ol tl l
hen of. or the aame w II b
i-'ii.-d at Miami, ii
dav of March. A.D "
V. 8. hi c
a B cei
First publication i ,it.
2nd dsj of M
Ml PON H BRRM s,.
Attorney tor Executoi t,. nf
N M B.. Fla. 33160
I -J2-29
ii,inlit n.i 88, of Miami, passed away
Monday. Mar. ix. Came here H
years ago from Brooklyn. She and
her late husband Alie owned and
operated the Dade and Quality
Kosher Meat Markets in Miami
V mber of Roosevelt Tenvde
Pvlhlana Sisters and YMHA. Surviv-
ed by daughters, Mrs Harriet Kan-
Ian and Mrs. Tarn I.. Hash both of
Miami .". grandchildren brother. Sam
Agata of .\ V. and Qussle Katilan
ol N v. si vices ware held Wed. at
The liiverside Chanel with interment
in .ill Nebo Cemetery.
MOTXI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JUR'SDICTION
D'VlS'riN
Caie No. 74-7804
NOTICE BY PUBL CATION
IN RE: Till". MARRIACE OF
DIA.NNK CAUti WHJSON. Wife.
Petitioner.
DA,*J.,'.' "-' (ON, Husband.
V"i'.' DANIBL ROSS WILSON
no'tII ^HSK,
sra\X!" asraraara
ve I ,.,v
upon I l l Mlorney. Ii,-,, Son-
H I dine. 36
m Florida 18182
"." or I h day of April,
' Dl solution of
confessed
'"74
I'VKKR
' "VAS
"3/22-59
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. 74-7502
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I IN RE:
I ANGELA VERA de MOSQUEIRA.
Petltloner-Wlfe
and
PATRICK! Mt.syUBIRA SAUIADO.
Respondent- Husband.
TO: PATHICIO MOSQUEIRA
SAI GADO.
San Isldro 813.
Santiago de Chile. Chile
' YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a petition for Dissolution of your
Marriage has been filed and commenc-
ed In this court and you are required
to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if anv. to It on STUART A.
MARKI'S attorney for Petitioner
whose address is 2251 s W. 22nd
Street. Miami. Florida 3314S. U.S.A.
and file the original' with the clerk
of the above styled court on or before
April 22. 1974; otherwise a default
Wil lie entered against vou for the
relief prayed for In the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be Dobllshed v .
each week for four consecutive weeks-
In THE JEWISH Ft ORiniAN
WrTNES8 my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on Ihis
18lh dnv of March. 1974.
IMCHAHD P HRINKKR
As < lerk. Circuit Court
pad.- County. Florida
B) c p COPEl IND
ifi.. ,. '"'""v Clark
ft lrcii'1 I 1 rt s. -11
BTTTART A MABRDS
Attornev f.-r Pel
MARKUS, WINTER & SpITAt P
W ::nd Street MJ!
' n> Florida
866-6810
Women's American ORT, Southeastern Florida Region,
presented Paul Ruthfield, manager or Haydon-Stone & Co.,
Inc.'s Miami Beach office with a certificate of appreciation
for his help in the National ORT Day Phonathon. Making
the presentation are Mrs. Silvie Speroni, (left) C^T Day
chairman, and Mrs. William Belfer, chairman Southeastern
Florida Region Phonathon.
Nassau Golf Among The
Finest and The Halcyron
Balmoral Right Among
The Golf ...
A Sncciai Travel Report by
Ellen Jacobsen prepared
exclusively for The Jewish
Floridian.
Golfers of America, are you
tired of arising at ridiculous
hours just for the dubious priv-
ilege of waiting in line at the
local linksl The Halcyon Bal-
moral Beach Hotel in Nassau,
the Bahamas, offers a perfe?*
answer to your woes. A fe"v
vacation days spent there will
not only era^e your tiredness,
but will afford you a fabulou-
resort base from which to enjoy
championship golf with scarcely
a wa't!
First of all. the hotel will
tackle that tired, "worn to the
nub" feeling of yours. They'll
let you luxuriate in a resort
that combines the elegance and
charm of yesterday with the fun
and excitement of todav.
Perhaps you'll want to relax
and sun on one of the three
nrivate Uland beaches. Or try-
deep sea fishing from a char-
tered 46 footer. Or knock a few
tennis balls around the hotel
en"rts. Maybe just ride a bi-
cycle or a carriage to see
N1 -au's attractions. Whatever
your preference, there's always
fh-t sunerb cuisine, top-notch
<"-'rtainment and those rest-
Jul rooms back at the Halcyon
Imoral,
yni came for golf, right?
are four full-sized courses
Sonesta Beach Hotel
South Ocean Beach
"' B. Paradise IslaM
'iai Harbor ... all
un a short spin from the
hoi. i As a matter of fact, you
can easily pi iy these four
courses, one each day, over a
long weekend!
Every course can be consid-
ered scenic, but Paradise Island
seems to be a favorite for this
reason. Plenty of ocean vistas
to distract you, and plenty of
water hazards to frustrate you
'warns a 4th Hole marker,
' Over the green, it belong.- to
the dolphins"). Relax and enjoy
this popular course; you'll be
rewarded with a true test of
golf.
The South Ocean course is
the newest and perhaps fairest .
. because there are alternate
routes for the less skillful in
addition to smashing lake-carry
and dogleg approaches.
The Sonesta Beach Hotel
Course is Nassau's oldest, but
recent layout changes have ma-
terially enhanced its treachery;
The greatest challenge comes
on the back nine, highlighted
by a well-over-550 yard 14th hole
dubbed, appropriately enough
"The Monster."
The Coral Harbor Golf Club
offers you the nearest thing to
Scottish links without actually
being there: narrow fairways,
undu'ating lies and tall trees
walliog off fairways from each
othiT The Coral Harbor is both
testing and stubborn ... charm-
ing and well-mannered.
rrrlw, not evervone goes
to Nassau to sun, swim, sightsee,
Not far from the Hal-
evi n P ilmoral Beach Hotel,
th a dedicated caterie of
rts and duffers ready to
>r ihe most heauti-
"xperiences in the


lay, March 22, 1974
*J^h ,?'<#' FtoradFidHn
Paae 15-C
(George Sax, 69, Banker And
Florida Hotel Developer
oorge D. Sax, 69, Chicago
oiiginator o: com]
|vr-in bankiiig. and Florida ho-
deveioper, \\ho>e road to fi-
ll ::ii prominence began in 1923
JPeoiia. III., died March 12 in
|< u Heart Institute.
Standing as tributes to his busi-
acumen arc .\a-
b Bank nf Cli: it.-
b I .. con any, Excl ai : re-
k
\. Hot< 1. Miami B :r h's irst ma-
luxurj hoi I.
ir. tha tii i of ''.'- ;! i as a
of !".. rl dis M S bx
: i rman o the board
Exrhtnge i".; rni I
.- id Exchange Mai
| k t>! i hie ?c th larg-
t* ii. Illinois).
."".-.! almost 50 years in the
i| i. iri Ke -''.
-" B lusiness C
i la i I; ois. v o king
. ,, I laborer and sell ng |
h ally i) ms H
[ DaPage Trusl
. Ellj n. l L, an '
chairman I I
n 1938 to 1032.
[i 1965. Air. Sax received :^<
y. ,1 Horatio Alger Awaid.
ited to "men who overcame
| b (innings to ach ve sue-
j- in their chosen fiel
was a ii;'.' membei of the
>t Organization of America
id of the Ancient '
Nobles of the Mysti Sh
served as personal deputy of
Shrine Imperial Council for
ic jurisdiction of Il'i-
was cited for mei it
Krvice to Masonry by the Scottish
| Guard of the Miami Consis-
proclaimed Evangi I ol Ho>
y, Ilappino*s ar.,i Good Will
|y the .National Court of the Ro> al
of Jesters, and awarded a
I ^ate of merit by the Mahi
1 He was an honor:' j mem
|er six Temples and the Mahi
r !e band.
A member .>f B'n th, he
Iras honored bj thai -
; i C urn il in I ,;' r his
i mtrtt) ttions to the J'
. with
|1-., (. Coron ittee
- it( of I '' Bonds He wa
AJCong. Women's Division
Chapter Meetings Slated
GEORGE SAX
I o named "Mr. Big Hoar: of
bj the Hi 40"
a C'hicaso charitable nrganizal on.
Survivors include his wife,
., sons George *y, Ed
Lee, and Samut and grand-
children, Randi Nell, Th
Frederick, Souja Neli, and Ann
Margaret.
Funeral services wett held
Wednesday, Mar ). !.". at K-A M.
I ael Congregation, CM
?ngo. Bui la. f Howe : family
plot in Peoria,
James M. Stuzin, ion oi Mr. and
Mrs. David Stuzin, Coral Ga-
bles has been named Out-
standing Four Year Scholar by
.he University of Florida Alum-
ni Association. An honors g :-d
uate of Corel Gobies
Schccl, Stuzin, who has n
ta'ned a 4.0 average durin
four years in Gainesville, is a
pre-medical and philosophy
tnc jor; he plans to attend med-
ical s:hcol this fall.
GOODMAN
.Mrs. Anne Tu 70, '
I \ -.. iv i j Monda> M i"1 h i v
Mrs. ;.,.<
.....m C eli SI
i ii aon, l ia Id n i
K HI '
brotl Bl ui Tu
Servti ea w heM Wedi winy
n ii'H.
1717 8W B7rtl Lvi
in 1 akesldr M< mm eu
. r:. i
donatlo
North Dade Regional Council,
Fiend* Women's Division, An. r-
icaa Jewish Congress, will hoid its
monthly meeting for the chapters
Braudeis, Ma.-Lin. Skylake and
Stephen Wise Thursday, March
28Ui, 12:30 p.m. at First Federal,
18301 Biscayne Blvd. The program
will feature "E>e Witness Report
on AJCongrest Mission to Israel."
Justine Chapter, will have its
ar month Thurs -
lay, March 28, ,i VI 30 p m. al
ican Si i ii A I Lin-
coln Rds, Thi nil on-
ist ot: 1>; Dora
Meisei, "Buy Israel" sal oi Israeli
by Joshua Me:
m n b ; of Israel's I i I..... I
ind a ui .. "To
' and," shown by Mrs. M< Ivin
Vlann.
Hi i ii oral Gables Chapt .
will havi r<......i
] i:. 28th, al
12:30 p.m. at First Federal, 27th
in lh
i Wo'l
Mrs. Nellie Lubin.
Molly Hale Chapter will have its
u ar monthly n
:2:,0 p.m. at
I. The p:
lire an eye witness re] rl on
AJCongri is M -- ion to I u
Louise Wise Chapter, wi I have
its regul i
rhursday, Marcl 28, I 4' ,,
the Algiers Hotel The pro
vi'l feature a
'.ion. Hostesses will be Gertrude
Klein, Lillian Sherman an S.
All meetings are open to the
public.
For further information call
AJCoi
Past Commander Lou D. Tuck
;f West Miami Pest No. 223,
iWV, presented on American
flag 'he! had flown over the
U.S. Cayi:cl to .:-- and
students of Wi mi Junior
Sc hool, where :t will now
fly bom the flagpole daily. A
World War I veteran Tuck was
a wireless epsrenox in the U.S.
Signal Corps.
BIENENFELD
GELB
MONUMENTS JNC.
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means someone cares
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CONSERVATIVE
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Vndaath i I Mi
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Thursday, Marel N at Blv
Chanel -iii Inti rmei I I I Lakowoe
.\!. morlal Park.
A. B. Wiener, a member of
Federation's board o! diractors,
was to host a luncheon f-r lead-
ing Miami CPAs Thursday at
the Federation Building. Their
parrlcipation in the upcoming
Conference en Accountancy in
[erusalem was to be the main
'opic of discussion with Morris
Xanne, immediate past presi-
ienl of the Institute of Certified
Public Accountants in Israel, as
guest speaker.
In Loving Memory
ii
MEYER "MIKE
FORER
A Good Life Has Its
Number of Days .
But a GOOD NAME
Lives on FOREVER!
We Miss You Very
Much ...
Your Family.-
Ida, Henry, Mindi, Joe
and Grandchildren
Jack, Michael and
Anna Louise
Entered Into Eternal Rest March 29, 1967
Palmer's
Miami Monument CompaKf
3279 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
444-0921 444-0921
Closed On The Sabbc-th
Personaliied Memorials Custei
Crafted In Owr Own Workshop
eviti
Memorial Chapel
"JEWISH tUHBBAl D/f.CrORS"
LOCAL AND OUT OF STATo
ARRANGEMENTS
947-2790
1338S W. DIXIE HWY N M.




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Friday, March 22, 1974
Rossmoor builds
a i! i sin ml paradise
next to the turnpike.
Start here on your way to 18, par 57, holes.
Designed by the great Roy Rogers. 19th
hole planned. And tennis. 20 pools. And more.
Just take the Sunshine Parkway to Pompano
Beach Exit 24. West on Coconut Creek
Parkway (Rte. 814). So close to the beaches.
To Pompano, Lauderdale, Miami.
This if not intended to o a lull Mirnnwi m lo Ronmoof Coconut C'een. Full ctalails are contained in the ott.oal condom,n,um booklet available lo purchasers.
40,000 happy people in Rossmoor
communities can't be wrong!
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Special Preview Prices:
Studio.................................from I'* 9*
One t>droom.........................."om $23 500
Onebodroom. V, baths................from $25 900
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Prom Miamitoll-free (305) 947-9906. Developed by Rossmoor Florida Limited Partnership.


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