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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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"e)ewish FloricHian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 47 Number 13
Miami. Florida Friday, March 29, 1974
Three Sections
Price 13 i
IN NEW YORK TIMES INTERVIEW
Sadat Says No
Normal Ties To
Israel Possible
NEW YORK (JTA) Israeli Premier Golda Meir believes
the main issue in the Middle East dispute is whether the Arab na-
tions are ready to accept Israel's existence, while Egyptian President
Anwar Sadat doubts that normal relations with Israel would follow
a Mideast peace settlement.
Both points of view are in the current issue of Time magazine
which carries the texts of separate interviews with Mrs. Meir and
Sadat by Time's Editor-in-Chief Hedley Donovan.
'THE CRL'X of the matter, and I say this with sorrow," Mrs.
Meir told Donovan, "is not really the territory or boundary-
"It is a question of whether they have acquiesced to our presence
or haven't. And we have a right to be skeptical. No other country
Continued on Page 13-A
Black Meet Condemns
U.S. Assist to Israelis
NEW YORK (JTA) The National Black Political Conven-
tion meeting in Little Rock. Ark., last weekend adopted a resolution
condemning those Black congressmen who voted for S2.2 billion in
U.S. aid to Israel "while ignoring the plight of Arab Palestinian
refugees," nd called for support of the Arab nations of Africa.
The resolution was seen as a
CCAR Seeks
Dialogue On
Conversion
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Central Conference of American
Rabbis resolved here to review
conversion procedures by Reform
r;.bbis and to seek a dialojme on
Mlbject with the other Jew-
ish denominations.
A resolution to that effect was
adopted at the 85th annual con-
vention of the CCAR. Rabbi Rob-
ert I. Kahn, of Houston. CCAR
president, who initiated the plan,
told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that the committee ap-
pointed to study the conversion
procedures would report back to
CCAR executive committee in
June.
THE CCAR convention was at-
tended by some 350 of the
group's 1,100 rabbis and over
Continued on Page 8-A
victory against the hardline
Black militants who sought a
much stronger resolution accus-
ing Israel of being a "major in-
strument" of a U.S.-dictated
world strategy of monopoly to
increase profits and exploitation
of all people."
THE STRONGER resolution
was introduced by the New Jer-
Continued on Page 13-A
PUfSIDE'JT SADAT
past is future
How Cold
For Henry
In Moscow?
Successful Trip:
Joseph Alsop ... 10-B
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Secretary of State Henry A. Kis-
singer on Mar. 21 cited "friction
in the Middle East" and the fail-
ure of Congress to approve tariff
benefits and trade credits for the
Soviet Union as the reasons why
his trip to Moscow, scheduled
last Sunday, will be "more dif-
ficult" than his previous visits.
Addressing a press conference
at the State Department three
days before his departure for the
Soviet capital. Dr. Kissinger ap-
peared to aqree with a question-
er, who suggested thai "at this
time the atmosphere is much
chillier than on previous visits."
HE SAID it was true that the
failure so far to pass the Trade
Reform Act free from the Jack-
son and Mills-Vanik legislation
"raises some questions about the
understandings that the Soviet
Union had every reason, to be-
lieve were vaiid of what the U.S.
Continued on Page "A
Dayan Fears
Demand For
Concessions
JERUSALEM (JTA) Concern that Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger may ask Israel to make unacceptable con-
cessions to Syria in return for a disengagement accord appeared
on Mar. 21 to be a major factor in Defense Minister Moshc
Dayan's hesitation over his trip to Washington this week.
Dayan is scheduled to arrive in Washington Friday with
Israel's disengagement proposals.
BUT HE fears that under the present circumstances his
visit could become an occasion for Kissinger to exert pressure,
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency learned.
The Secretary of State has reportedly intimated that Israel
should hand back a slice of the Golan Heights captured in the
1967 Six-Day War, possibly including the town of Kuneitra.
Kissinger has said that Kuneitra is for Syria what the Suez
Canal was for Egypt. He has let it be known that he hopes to
Contoiued nn Page 13-A


DIFFERS WITH SISTER
Son Thinks His Father
Should Quit Defense Post
U.S. Prof Declares
Dr. K. is Two-Faced'
JERUSALEM (JTA) A
prominent American political
scientist accused Secretary of
State Henry A. Kissinger of
two-faced diplomacy and warned
here March 12 that the U.S. is
moving from a position of un-
qualified support of Israel to one
increasingly aimed at regaining
its influence in the Arab World.
Prof. Hans Morgenthau, of the
University of Chicago and City
University of New York, spoke
at an international relations
seminar marking the dedication
of the Hebrew University's
Leonard Davis Institute for In-
ternational Relations.
THE SAME forum was ad-
dressed by Premier Golda Meir
and Deputy Premier Yigal Allon.
Morgenthau, who has frequent-
ly exressed the view that the
Continued on Page 7-A
TEL AVIV (JTA) Assaf
Dayan, Moshe Dayan's film acior
son, thinks his father should re-
sign from the government irre-
spective of whether or not he is
found to have been responsible
for Israel's poor state of prepar-
edness on the eve of the Yom
Kippur War.
Assaf took sharp issue with his
sister, novelist Yael Dayan-Sion,
who said in an interview with
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
in New York that she thought
her father should not resign and
that her brothers, Audi and Assaf
share her feelings.
ASSAF SAID that "Yael was
not asked to represent the fam-
ily we do not come as a pack-
age deal: The family said this, or
the family said that. This is a
serious question and everyone
has his own ideas." he said in an
interview published in Maariv.
The young actor, who will ap-
pear in the movie, "Three Plus
One," now filming in the Eilat
region, said he was "a Moked
supporter," referring to the left-
wing Knesset faction headed by
Continued on Page 6-A
REMAIN ADAMANT
Firm Stand
Maintained
On Golan
JERUSALEM (JTA) Top
level sources said here that Is-
rael still remained adamant that
disengagement with Syria must
be effected solely within the
newly-conquered salient in the
Golan and not within the pre-
October occupied areas.
This position has been stated
publicly by Premier Golda Meir
and other ministersthough they
ha\e not stressed it in the past
fortnight.
WELL-PLACED sources sur-
mised that their failure to rcit-
Continued on Page 8-A
ASSAD MUST BE EQUAL OF SADAT
Disengagement Talks Will be Tough
___ li___if *-. ni,;,.., loc (han Prpsirfent Anwar Sadat achicv
TE p AVIV 'JTA) Labor Minister Yitzhak Rabin
believe* that the disengagement negotiations with the Syrians
will be tough, prolonged and accompanied by threats of war
and acts of war
In an interview in Maariv, the former Ambassador to the
U.S. said that President Hafez Assad of Syna cannot permit
himself to achieve less than President Anwar SaGat achieved
an Israeli withdrawal from the lines established in the Six-
Day War. ,
AS TO Sadat. Rabin suggested that the political aims of
the Egyptian President have not changed the evacuation of
Continued on Page 8-A
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Continued from Page 1A
in the world has this problem neighbors who are dedicated to the
idea that vou must be destroyed."
ASKED TO visualize normal diplomatic relations with Israel,
Sadat replied that it cannot be "after 26 years of bitterness, bellig-
erency, hatred and violence.''
He said that 'for 26 yeai
itate of belligerency ha* pre-
Vtl ed between us. let our aim
be to end this state belligerency
and openly. That will
be a bi j achievement we
ay wh.it will happen aft-
er that."
Sadat said that the U.S. has
!> i n (>:' nly aligned with l-' lei
and t'lat Egypt Ins suffered un-
tion frm
if State John Foster
b William Rog< P8.
He said the first rial new ap-
I toward the problem came
nl Nixon and S -
i v of State Henry A. Kis-
Bin. r,
"THERE HAS ne\ n any
probl en as I S. and
I ex epl th alignmi nt
(I," Sa Ial -
can reach an under-
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could resume diplomatic rela-
tions with the United States.
8.* DAT SAID that after
achieving dii 'n' l)l'-
tween Syria and I ra< I. all na-
tions can go to the Geneva pel c i
conference, an I "peace, in my
mind, is a matter of months
only."
But he said withdrawal Will
nol be di cusied because ferae
Irawal to the 1967
"is a fact."
Mrs. Moir in her remarks to
Donovan said:
mi disengagement with
We arc prepared for an
with Syria. But
,| pi throw in
. ; | i Syrian Pri sident i
on us in Ocl
\ n pared to give him
thing beyond the 1967 bor-
der."
(in future negotiations with
Egypt: "We are prepared to
to an agreement Bui we
to sec if Sadat reallj starts
,.u the Suea cai
. starts rebuilding the cities
along the canal, if he really be-
comes involved with economic
development. A man who does
a'.l that will not begin a war that
would destroy it all."
on negotiations with Jor-
dan: "We arc willing Tht>
majority of the people in Israel
gre readv to say that, for p<
we are willing to make a com-
promise. But before we mak. a
settlement on the West Bank, wi
must put the question to the
people in a vote."
On the Soviet role in the
Middle Ea-t: "I don't believe
the Soviet Union wants to de
stroy us, Bu( they are pre
! to give the Arab; anything
th > want to destroy us. If you
u to.be > nical, you could say
the Soviet Union needs Israel
list that i the only way I
can mak- Kin.: Faisal a Marxist."
t) on a mutual defi nse pa<
with the U.S. or a ioinl U.S.-
u hj ask foi
. thai Is difficull I
Can you an A nor
ican President in the 19
: can arm; to | roteel
u or ai yone, o mi tti r hov
soi v they might feel for us? \
joint U.S. Soviet guarantee?
That's too nood Brezhnev's
protecting us. I cannot begin to
dn. m of such an idea."
Firm Stand on Golan Voiced
Continued from Page 1-A
erate thi position recently stem-
ed from tactical considerations:
the> wished I
hardening Syrian intransigen<
lect any change in
Israel's own position, the sources
said.
The ti rritorial issue will be the
main obstacle on the long path
to disengagement, observei here
predict. One well-placed source
spoke in term; of two or three
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ANOTHER major problem will
be the Syrian demandand Is
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to a timetable of Israeli
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Israel, say officials here, will
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*"Jenii*ti Th^ridniar
Page 3-A
Is Egypt Violating Ceasefire Along Canal?
TEL AVIV Israel this week
charged that Egypt has moved
artillery east of the Suez Canal.
If true, the move is in violation
of the Israeli-Egyptian disenga-
gement agreement.
The report here also noted that
Secretary of State Henry Kissin-
ger, who helped negotiate the
agreement in January, has urged
the Egyptians to withdraw the
guns.
The agreement allows Egypt
and Syria 36 artillery pieces each
in narrow zones flanking the buf-
fer area.
tt & it
17 Jews Arrested
PARIS The Tunisian daily
"Al Alam" reports that several
French and Tunisian Jews have
been arrested and charged with
illegal dealings in foreign cur-
rencies.
The paper, official publication
of the governmental "Neo Des-
tw' Party, said that altogether
10 people have been arrested,
"must f whom are Jews."
The Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy learned from Tunisian Jews
now in Paris that contrary to the
"Al Alam" report 17 Jews have
been arrested.
These include members of such
prominent Tunisian Jewish fam-
ilies as the Memis, Souyia and
Bokhobzas.
The 17 were arrested after
customs officials last week
searched the diplomatic pouch of
he South Korean Embassy in
Tunis. The pouch was found to
contain, according to sources,
Bmor" than $1 million\.as well as
^(documents enumerating people
fce.-.ding money abioad. It also
included a "code list"' of banking
accounts in Switzerland, France
and Israel.
a & a
| Letter Exposes H>pocri>>
NEW YORK The views of
zealots and mystics that settle-
,J Lment in the Holy Land was sole-
fly related to the advent of Mes-
siah was exposed by Maimonides
(1135-1204) as hypocritical, ac-
cording to Dr. Leon Stitskin, | t I
t lessor of Jewish philosophy at
Yeshiva University.
Dr. Stitskin develops this view
in his commentary and transla-
tion of a letter to Moroccan Jews
in 1160. translated for the first
t: ne in English and pre
I in rent issue of Tradition, a
Journal of Jewish thought.
The letter is known as Iggerc4
ha-Shemad, the "Letter on Apos-
tasy," and was the first p
document written by Maimo-
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Dutch Collect Money
AMSTERDAM Milk cans
from the famous dairy district of
Freehand in Holland served as
tfa receptacles for storing money
collected for Israel when no oth-
er suitable containers could be
found to hold the flood of con-
tributions which poured in spon-
taneously during the early days
of the Yom Kippur War.
This was reported recently in
Tel Aviv by Rev. Lodewyk J. R.
Ort, chairman of the Nether-
lands-Israel Friendship League
of Lceu warden, the main town
of Freesland, during a luncheon
ir. his honor tendered by Israel's
Minister of Finance Pinchas Sa
pir.
Rev. Ort marked the occasion
by presenting Sapir with a cer-
tificate confirming his district's
contribution to Israel, through
the Keren Hayesod, of 100,000
guilders ($40,000).
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4 Convicted of Arson
JERUSALEM Three young
adults and one minor were con-
victed of aison after confessing
in a Jerusalem district court
that they had set fire U> two
Christian religious institutions
here on the night of Feb. 11.
They are Fcige Teomim, a 19-
year-old student originally from
New York; Pefi Traub, 19, who
- is of Chilean nationality; and
Shmuel Gedz, 18, of Ashdod. The
'
name of the minor, a male, was
not disclosed.
A fourth suspect, Shimon Za-
dik, was severely burned and is
still hospitalized. Two other per-
sons, one of them aged 42, are
awaiting trial in connection with
suspected arson at another Chris-
tian institution the same night.
According to their confes-
sions, the two women set fire ti
the Baptist Center in downtown
Jerusalem while the two men
and a third person not yet in-
dicted put torch to the Swedish
Theological Institution.
The defendants claimed that
the institutions were centers for
missionaiy activities.
History of War
NEW YORK A major col-
lection of oral history transcripts
on the subject "World Jewry
and the State of Israel: The Yom
Kippur War" will be published
on both microfilm and microfiche
this spring by Microfilming Cor-
ooration of America, a subsidiary
of the New Yoix Times.
In more than 1.000 pages, the
reaction of World Jewry to the
war has been recorded and will
be available tor scholars and his-
torians.
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$2.5 Million Raised
PALM BEACHThe National
Women's Division of the United
Jewish Appeal raised $2.5 million
at two internationally attended
luncheons here.
From Canada, Great Britain,
South America and the United
States. 114 women gathered to
listen, learn and collect funds to
redress the enormous and un-
piocedented human needs result-
ing from the Yom Kippur War.
Yaakov Avnon, executive di-
rector of the Israel Education
Fund, and formerly the Israeli
Ambassador to Sierra Leone, re-
viewed the political and humani-
tarian questions arising from the
war.
6 3-
Hot Meals' Future
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said the House's overwhelming
approval of legislation renewing
and expanding his nutrition-for-
the-elderly program is a very
promising sign for the future of
the "hot meals" program.
Pepper pointed out that the
new legislation provides for a 50
percent increase in funding over
the $100 million a year voted by
the Congress for the first two
years of the program. The au-
thorization of $150 million for
fiscal 1975 also is 50 percent
higher than the President's budg-
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funding be at the same level as
the past two years.
Dade County currently is pro-
viding 2,500 hot meals per day
and could increase that number
to at least 3,750 meals a day if
funding for the elderly nutrition
program finally is voted at the
$150 million level for 1975.
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A Half-Hearted Visit
That cn-aguin, off-agoin visit of Gen. Moshe Dayan
in Washington was set against a backdrop this week
reminiscent of the 1956 Suez War.
I
Having lost that war, the Egyptians promptly set about
dictating terms and, ultimately, violating them to her ad-
vantage at every turn.
The spy-in-the-sky story Monday of Egyptian viola-
tions not only brought back these bitter memories. It a'so
emphasized the growing Syrian hostility along the Golan
Heights as a prelude to disengagement talks the hos-
tility geared to wresting the maximum territorial advantage
there before the talks have even begun.
This is one of the reasons for the on-again, off-again
indecision behind Gen. Dayan's visit here.
His frank fear is that Dr. Kissinger's State Department
is prepared to demand the same kind of territorial con-
cessions on the Heights that Israel made along the Suez
Canal.
In other words all one way, and naturally, not I
Israel's way.

Who Will Do the Financing? I
The spy-in-the-sky story of Egyptian violations along \
the southern front is linked to Syria's increasing pressure 1
on the northern front.
But President Sadat has stronger stuff in his arsenal
than mere illegal military maneuvers.
The London Economist reports that he is preparing
plans for huge capital outlays to rebuild the city of Suez
to ten times its former size a prospect Israel would wel-
come since such a large investment there would spell
an increasing Egyptian unwillingness to jeopardize it
with new rounds of warfare.
The hitch revolves around just who is to do the
financing.

Price for Keeping Peace
The London Economist reports that Sadat's S8 billion \
price tag would be financed in part as follows:
Jaoan, S240 million;
World Bank. S100 million;
Chase Manhattan Bank.. S80 million;
Israel, 55 billion.
That last item is no typographical error. Sadal, accord-
ing to the Economist, plans to spring it in Geneva in the
form of a demand for "war reparations" from Israel.
Even if Israel wanted to, she couldn't swing such a
sum, and Sadat knows it.
But he also knows that Uncle Sum may well be called
upon to foot the bill if only the Egyptians will promise to
keep the peace.
_------------------------------------------ |
Beginning for Tomorrow I
Aware that our community's future depends upon I
what today's young adults will be doing tomorrow, the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation is moving to bring its j
Young Adults Division into the mainstream of activity.
The division is planning a social gathering Saturday i
evening in the Party Room at 90 Edgewater Drive.
What the Federation hopes to offer the group Is an
organisation designed to fill a young person's need to
identify and become enriched socially, culturally, educa- j
tionally and, above all, Jewishly.
On its own terms, these are laudable aims. For the
future of the Jewish community, they represent a good
beginning for tomorrow's leaders.
t .. 'MM 11 I
- i'' ;_ .... j,
T^HE ALEX de Funis case new
1 before the United States Su-
preme Court has discriminatory
overtones, but of a different or-
than the kind to which we
. normally accustomed.
De Funis is white and Jewish,
and the University of Washing-
ton Law School denied him ad-
mission at the same time that it
accepted dozens of other students
with entrance examination grades
that were significantly lower
than his.
Bl T THESE students were

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Blacks, Puerto Ricans, Philippi.
nos disadvantaged applicants
for whom the University 0f
Washington established a lower
norm of academic expectation
This double standard is not
unique to the De Funis case It
is, in fact, common on all levels
of education, most spectacularly
on the elementary level where,
for example, less is expected of
the Black youngster and even of
the Black teacher.
But it also exists in colleges
and universities, some of
are becoming increasingly
cid about admissions require
ments that would bar too many
non white applicants if the re-
quirements were maintained ac-
cording to custom.
HOW A student performed in
high school, in many
whether he graduated from high
school at a!i. is these days d
ed all too frequently Irrelevai
On whatever level the do
standard operates, the rational
is the same: The dissdvan
student should not be expected
to function within the
framework of literacy, imagina-
tion and competence as the stu-
dent from a more affluent u
.supposedly more cultivated mid-
dle class home.
To expect him to operate or.
the same level is to deprive nil
of an "education" to consign
him forever to a disadvantage
condition of ignorance.
THAT IS undemocratic. In
fact, the argument goes, it is
elitist (meaning fascist) to mail
tain the old levels of aea'
expectation when so many of to-
day's students can never hope I
achieve them.
There is good merit in the I
gument, and I would go a
With it if its ultimate purpos:
Continued m Pae 11-A
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COMMENT
The "meritocracy" we Jews
had thought we had helped build
in America seems on the verge of
falling apart. The controversy
over quotas is something we have
been engaged in for a long time
and thought we had won but
now we await a Supreme Court
decision that may change all that.
THE BEST thing we had going
for a large percentage of us was
our brains, our inherited abilities
to score high on tests, to be
achievers who thus could find se-
cure, if not high, places In a so-
ciety we still view as hostile.
I think the experience of the
Great Depression confirmed our
faith. Thousands of young Jew-
ish men and women turned to the
Civil Service tests and to teach-
inglow-paying jobs in those
dayswhich offered comfort to
those who were educated but
could find no place but govern-
ment to use their education in
those days.
THOUGH THERE were flaws
In the merit system, as we know
today, as an objective standard
there appears to be no substitute
for it. And, according to our own
sociologists, the fact is that Jews
have been the chief beneficiaries
of the system. It Is little wonder,
then, that most of our defense
agencies and other spokesmen,
are its strongest defenders.
A good deal of garbage is be-
ing brought into the debate.
Along the way much is made of
the open admissions policies in
college and the resultant lower-
ing of standards. But that was
taking place long before the drive
to let Blacks. Chicanos and other
minorities participate in the
ereat American myth that a col-
lege dinloma is a passport to
automatic economic well-being,
whether or not there is any edu-
cation behind it.
THE NUMBER of Americans
minding papa's store, selling
stock, insurance or soft goods on
the road with their degrees in
business administration is testi-
mony to that. College in this
country in recent years, for the
most part, has not really been
about the development of our
society's intellectual elite but a
kind of post-graduate high school,
the prolongation of adolescence,
and upward mobility, as Biandeis
sociologist Leonard Fein has put
it so well.
So why shouldn't Black and
Chicano mommas look forward
to say proudly, some day. "Meet
my son the podiatrist.'" just as
much as Jewish mommas used
to?
FIFTEEN years ago, a British
er. Michael Young, wrote a large-
ly-ignored book called "The Rise
of the Meritocracy." It was a
satire that projected us well into
the 21st century with the attempt
to set up a social system governed
by those with the highest I.Q.'s.
It was a difficult struggle for
many years to have the rich and
the powerful give up their places
to those, regardless of their pre-
vious stations in life, whose chil-
dren measured high on the stand-
ard of intelligence quotient.
In Young's book, the process
began in the '70's and by "1990
or thereabouts all adults with
I.Q.s of more than 125 belonged
to the meritocracy. A high pro-
portion of the children with I.Q.s
over 125 were the chijdren of
these same adults. The top of
today (today being 2033) are
breeding the top of tomorrow to
a greater extent than at any time
in the past. The elite is on the
ftv EDWARD COHEN
way to becoming hereditary: the
principles of heredity and merit
are comin? tnwotner."
HOWEVER, one flaw seemed
to be that "intelligent peoplo
tend on the whole to have less
intelligent children than them
selves" with the result that in
this society where only merit
ocracy was valued, many of the
elite's children were forced into
menial jobs. The book ends with
more than a hint that revolution
of the less bright was on hand.
I took a long-forgotten book
off the shelf to remind me
what my experience has taught
me: that a hierarchy of merit
real or imagined as so much is
can end up by being almost as
offensive as a hierarchy of class
IN A HIGHLY competitive so-
ciety like ours, people on top
are the most inclined to find the
principle of merit over-riding. 1
can never forget arguing a po-
litical ethic at a high level meet-
ing in New Jersey and being in-
formed that "It's not illegal: you
can't get caught." I only men
tion this because it was the same
man who said to some one else.
"If you're so smart why ain't
you rich?'"
Of course merit is a major
principle in our society, but it
cannot be the only one. There is
justice, equity, compensation
these also must count. Dr. Fein
expressed "doubt that the social
displacement which all this might
occasion would be so grave as
has been predicted ... in any
case, I am tolerably certain that
I would rather do the thing, and
get it done, than have it fester
for another generation, confus-
ing and demoralizing my chil-
dren as it now does my friends
and, I confess, me as well."


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I
Station Charges Rabbis With Kickbacks
JWV Honoring Ferdie
At May 19 Banquet Here
174 L.,
NEW YORK (JTA) A news commentary program of
WNET-TY iCk. 13} Uttod on Mar. 14 some clarificatiols in charges
IB.de aga.nst two Orthodox rabbis of misuse of federal poverty fund,
in programs for the Jewish poor.
However. Hal Levenson. the producer, declared on the ai>t
State- that the program was standing by the basic charges made in
, ... le, of program, during January involving Rabbi Ronald Grecn-
wald, Rabbi Bernard Weinberger and the Council of Jewish Man-
power Association.
Tlir COl/NCIL was selected
by the Federal Labor Depan-
;o administer a manpower
trai 1 program in poor Jewish
neighborhoods. Rabbi Weinber-
ger, an administrator in the
i Human Resources Admin-
istration flatly denied ail
charges.
Rabbi Groenwald, a consultant
to Region II of the Federal
Health. Education and Welfare
Administration, could not be
reached for comment.
It was asserted on one of the
Right-Wmg Group's
! Tax-Exempt Status
f Revoked by IRS
WASHINGTON (JTA)
The National Youth Alliance, an
avowed hate group, has had its
federal income tax exemption
suspended as a result of an In-
ternal Revenue Service inquiry
requested by Congressman Hugh
L. Carey (IX, NY).
Carey called for an IRS review
of the organization la-t Decem-
ber when he learned that the
Arabs Paying
IVeicsmen For
Good Press
NEW YORK (JTA) Ilan
Chevojinski a Paris-based re-
porter for the Brazilian weekly
Resenba Judaica, reports that the
Arabs are "paving in dollars" to
obtain pro-Arab articles written
! respected journalists
columns appear in European
mass-circulation newspaper- and
magazines, according to a report
by the Anti-Defa
mi I. ague of B'nai B'rlth.
Another aspect of this "new?
for sale" trend. nl*o r<,r>Ttf(l hv
the ADL. was provided by Jewish
leaders in Milan and Rome.
THEY TOI.D ADL that import-
ant newspapers and radio-tele-
vision stations are disseminating
verbatim, in the guise of news,
Arab pro^acanda material sup-
T ed by the well-financed infor
mat ion agencies of those cities.
Arah efforts to purchase favor
aWe news and comment are alse
reported from Latin America
Chevojinski states that another
journalist, who recently returned
from a tour of Latin American
>itals, witnessed negotiatioa'
between an Arab emissary and
the owned of a major television-
radio station.
The deal, concluded in the main
office of an Arab embassy, al-
legedly provides for the system
at:c broadcast of the Arab "truth'
on a long-term basis.
Says His Dad
Should Quit
Continued from Page 1-A
Meir Payil which includes the
former Maki Communist faction.
"I THINK that Dayan should
resign, irrespective of whether
he is found guilty or not guilty
by the Agranat Committee (in-
vestigating the Yom Kippur
War).
"!n public life you are guilty
unless otherwise proven. More-
over, in his own interests he
should resign from this shameful
government," the Defense Min-
ister's son declared
NYA. headed by former Nazi
Wiliiam L. Pierce, had a major
tax exemption based on IRS ap-
proval of the group's innocuous
application.
A CHECK of NYA's applica
tion by Carey revealed that the
group, which sponsors anti-se-
mitic. anti-Black mailings and
publishes a magazine dedicated to
violence, bigotry and political as-
sassination, had listed itself as an
organization -engaged in charita-
ble activities helping to
build character, patriotism, a
sense of community and an ap-
preciation of the American her-
itage in young Americans."
In issuing the notice of sus-
pension, the IRS said that "prior
to suspension action, the Service
gave the organization an oppor-
tunity for administrative confer-
ence in accordance with its rules
and procedures for tax exempt
organizations."
They also added that "there is
sufficient evidence to raise sub-
stantial doubt a* to whether the
miration is operating as a
charitable and educational or-
ganization."
CAREY, in requesting the re-
view, had said that the inquiry
was necessary 'to find out why
an or I nization dedicated to scur-
rilous activities slipped by IRS
review, while the IRS last No-
vember moved to revoke the tax
exempt status of the Fair Cam-
paign Practices Committee, a
group dedicated to good govern-
ment that has a distinguished list
of members."
programs that at least $10,000 in
manpower funds had gone to a
casoline station and to a limou-
sine service, both in the WJ.
l.amsburg section of Brooklyn,
as payment for "training fees.
THE PROGRAM said Rabbi
Greenwald was an officer in both
businesses. A second grant under
studv was one for $65,000 to Jew-
ish Orthodox Youth. Rabbi Wein-
berger is president of JOY and
the Council of Jewish Manpower
Association.
Ine grant to JOY, which was
arranged through Marvin Schick.
a former Lindsay Administration
consultant, was designed to help
Hasidic youth gain admission to
secular colleges. It is called Tal-
ent Search.
Levenson said that the pro-
gram had said Rabbi Weinberger
received S138 a day as a consult-
ant to the White House. The pro-
gram reported that Rabbi Wein-
berger received $1 a day and that
he had since been dropped as a
result of investigations by the
New York City investigation de-
partment.
LEVENSON SAID that some
viewers may have received the
impression that Schick was one
of the three Jewish leaders men-
tioned as involved in the alleged
fraud. He expressed regrets that
it had led any viewer to assume
that Schick was involved cither
in the fraud or with the Nixon
Administration.
The program reported that
Rabbi Greenwald had been drop-
ped as a consultant to HEW. It
was initially reported that probes
into the Charges had been started
by the U.S. federal attorney Paul
Curran and by City Investiga-
tions Commissioner Nicolas Sco-
petta.
National Commander Ainslee
R. Ferdie of the Jewish War
Veterans of the U.S.A. will be
honored by the Department of
Florida at a banquet on Sunday,
May 1?. at the Beau Rivage Ho!
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of thr Special Events (' > -
has announced A cocktail
will precede the banquet.
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commander of JWV'i Murray
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SEES MILLS-VANIK STRUGGLE AS DAMAGING
.
KissiiigerTakes Chilly Moscow in Stride
Continued from Page 1-A
would contribute for its side of
the detente."
Referring to the Middle East,
he said it was inevitable that
when countries like the U.S. and
USSR are engaged in an area "of
such strategic importance" as the
Middle East "there will be some
friction." especially when each
country is "tied to" individual
U.S. Prof Says Dr. K.'s
Diplomacy is 'Two-Faced?
Continued from Page 1-A
U.S. was giving up more than
it gets for the sake of detente
with the Soviet Union, character-
ized Kissinger as "a man of
many faces" like Homer's Odys-
"Seus.
He said Kissinger is able to
transform himself in every capi-
tal into a friend of that country-
But there is danger in such
diplomacy "that it may col'apse
should the various countries over
compare notes/' Prof. M i
that) said.
the same symposi-
um earli >r, Israeli Defense
Minister Mosh Dayan -
Ki i "the besl diploma!
v irld."
ALLON REFERRED to the
tion on thi Sj
front ;i
>i thai
' i i'; par!
v i Id no 'en
but
lize the efforts I i
reach a disi
mi
li | far 'd with exti
dem d S; r a II find it im
movable and no solution will
advanced, he
Premier Meir said earlier that
Israel would part with the Syrian
territory it captured in the Yom
Kippur War as part of a d;s-
engagement accord but would
,i the Golan Heights
captured in 19*>7.
* ISRAE1 'S RETENTION of the
Heights is its only security
guarantee in the north, she said.
Discus ii i policy, Mrs
Meir contend d tha4 while Mos-
cow did not wanl global wi
even the destruction of Isrm
aim in the Middle Fast is a
continuing state of no peace.
Nothing is impossible in Soviet
ideology, she said. "They are far
from idealism."
She did not think the Russians
Litvinov Son
Leaves Russia
For Israel
NEW YORK (JTA) The
grandson of Maxim Litvinov, a
Soviet foreign minister under
Stalin and t he Soviet Union's
first ambassador to the United
States, has left Moscow with his
wife. Maya, and their two chil-
dren.
Pavel Litvinov, a 33-year-old
physicist was one of the best-
Icnoun dissidents in Moscow and
had served a five-year sentence
in Siberia from 1968-73 for
in-i a protest in Moscow's Red
Square over the Soviet invasion
of Czechoslovakia.
ABOUT 100 FRIENDS and
members of the Litvinov family,
as well as two of the othe
dissidents who took part in the
Red Square protest, were at the
airport to see him off. His grand-
mother was heard to whisper to
him her blessing for a "happy
new life."
Litvinov's visa is to emigrate
to Israel, but friends in Moscow
believe he will go to the United
States where he has been offered
a post at a New England univer-
sity.
were encouraging Syria to reach
a disengagement agreement with
Israel along the Egyptian pattern.
She expressed doubt that any
accord could have been reached
with Egypt if the Soviets had
had a hand in it.
states in the area.
"Both of us have the obligation
to contribute to peace in the
Middle East and both of us are
contributing ideas," Kissinger
said.
HE WARNED that "a settle-
ment in the Middle East cannot
be achieved against the opposi-
tion of the Soviet Union" and
said the U.S. "will try to work
cooperatively with the Soviet
Union whenever that is possible.
"We also have to keep in
mind," he added, "that in any
individual negotiations, the
method that should be chosen is
that which is most likely to bi ing
success because that is in the in-
terests of both countries "
The Secretary of State appar-
ently had in mind Soviet discom-
fiture over current U.S. diplo-
macy in the Middle East. Refer-
ring to the present high state of
tension and shooting on the Is-
raeli-Syrian front, Kissinger ob-
served that "If we look back to
the Egyptian-Israeli negotiations
we recognize that some militaiy
clashes tended to occur prior to
the final settlement."
HE ALSO stated that "We do
not hold the Soviet Union re-
sponsible, to be specific, for the
artillery exchange now going on
in the Golan Heights."
Referring to the jacXson/Mills-
Vanik legislation linking trade
concessions to Russia with Mos-
cow's emigration policies, Kissin-
ger reiterated what he told the
Senate Finance Committee a
week ago that the Administra-
tion was prepared to seek com-
promises that would "protect the
values" of the J/M-V measures
and enable the U.S. to advance
its "political objectives" in rela-
tions with the Soviet Union.
Kissinger said that so far he
had held "only preliminary- talks"
with Congressional sponsors of
the J M-V on those measures
and would not "characterize the
progress made" toward compro-
mise.
Young Professionals Dance
The Young Professionals, serv-
ing Dade and Broward Counties'
sin2le adults in their 20's and
20's, will sponsor a dance in the
Roseland Room of the Casablanca
Hotel, Miami Beach, Sunday at 8
pm.
Pharaohs and Fuehrers and Black September Terrorists have killed
Jews, but they have not killed the Jewish spirit.
And that is why I shall not turn my back on Israel's people when they
need me. Not now. Not ever.
I pledge to help Israel's people in the months and years ahead.
Because even though the war is ower, Israel's human needs are now greater
than ever. Homes must be built. Wounded men must be rehabilitated.
Fatherless families sustained. Russian immigrants resettled.
The costs are staggering. And at stake is the very survival of a people.
Consider the enclosed check a part of my commitment to help the people
of Israel survive.

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Fund Campaign.
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Friday, March 29, 1974
Gen. Sharon Quits Liberal Party Committee
TEL AVIV (JTA) Gen. Ariel Sharon, the founding father
of Likud, resigned here from the Liberal Party's Political Committee
in protest against the factionalism within Likud which, he contended,
was hampering its work.
The non-Labor Opposition, put
together prior to the Yom Kip-
pur War largely through the ef-
forts of Gen. Sharon, is an amal-
gamation of Herut, the Liberal
Party, the Free Center and the
State List.
SHARON ANNOUNCED his
resignation at a meeting of the
Liberal Party Executive after
delivering a lecture on the pres-
ent political and security situa-
tion and demanding, once again,
new elections to establish a more
representative government
CCAR Confab in Search
Of Dialogue on Conversion
Continued from Page 1-A
1,000 lay leaders of the Reform
movement.
When it opened last week,
Rabbi Kahn called on the Ortho-
dox and Conservative branches
of Judaism to seek a mutually
acceptable solution to the prob-
lem of conversions and the "Who
is a Jew" issue that has created
a furor in Israel and abroad.
He suggested as a model solu-
tion the "Toronto arrangement"'
of mixed tripartite conversion
pan> Is.
He said that if such a system
were adopted, the Rcf~:m move-
ment .oil.'.; i>e guiiii-d by haiacha
in performing conversions.
RABBI KAH\ warned, how-
ever, thai the Reform movement
I not tolerate
cast on persons converted 11
Judaism in the past bj R
rabbis who did not fol
ha a hie rules.
The CC v: c invention hi
from H;. ibi Alexander Schindler,
ent of the Union ol \
[can Hebrew Cong] -. who
,i ni al certain American
Jews who, he said, "sought to
supp.css all free discussion relat
in^ to any polities or problems
of Israel."
Rabbi Schindler said pressures
for silence came "not from Israel
a 1 mucn as from her seif-ap- 1
pointed minions, with American
passpo Is, minor functional is
strutting about as guardians of
the Jewish State's security.''
THESE PERSONS, he said.
tried to restrain him and others
from criticizing Israel's political
policies as perhaps not flexible
enough and from "decrying this
government's manifest incapacity
to tope with the yawning social
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gap which tears this society's
fabric."
Declaring that "dissent should
never be equated with disloyal-
ty." Rabbi Schindler asked,
"Must I applaud this govern-
ment's every act to demonstrate
my love for Israel? Why should
1 not be able to say what Israelis
themselves are free to say in
their own land?"
He said Likud was lagging in
its work mainly because its in-
dividual components maintain m-
issues.
dependence on a wide variety of
He called for the elimination
of the old factions in the inter-
ests of a single United Party.
THE LIBERAL Executive !m-
mediately passed a resolution
calling on Sharon to withdraw
his resignation. Liberal leader
Elimelech Rimalt agreed that
Likud's strength lay in consensus
of all of its constituent groups
but observed that such a goal re-
quired time and patience.
Gen. Sharon, a Yom Kippur
War hero and a controversial
figure on Israel's political scene,
continued to criticize the Meir
government and the army leader-
ship in a speech to students at
Bar Ilan University.
He asserted that a government
which faces major political deci-
sions must have the widest sup-
port of the nation and contended
that such is not the case with the
new Labor-led coalition.
He said he favored new elec-
tions as soon as possible and elec-
toral refoiras that would involve
more people In the political
process.
IN THAT connection, he pro-
posed that ail parties conduct in-
ternal elections for important
post3 ratfier than have "three or
four people who pull the strings"1
make the appointments.
Sharon also criticized the al.
leged lack of rotation in the
army command and charged that
certain officers received promo-
tions because of clannishness.
The result is that older officers
retain the senior posts and orig-
inal thinking is stifled, Sharon
claimed.
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Rough Fullback Talks Seen
Continued from Page 1-A
every inch Israel occupied in 1967 and the return of the rights
to the Palestinians.
Now he tries to achieve them through the U.S. by political
means but he reserves the full military option through the
Soviet Union, Rabin warned.
IF DISENGAGEMENT is achieved with the Syrians, Sadat
would demand the immediate withdrawal of Israel.
Rabin stated that Sadat can not only threaten to starH war
but he can actually start war both by mobile battles in Sinai
and by hitting Israeli populated centers.
The UN forces cannot prevent either of these moves,
Rabin, a former thief of Staff, said.



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Arab Ties Don't Mean Israeli Enmity
HOUSTON (JTA) Presi-
dent Nixon said here Mar. 19 that
U.S. friendship with Israel's Arab
neighbors did not affect its pol-
icy toward Israel and was in fact
"in the long term interests of
Israel."
In a nationally-televised ques-
tion-and-answer session at the
convention of the National Asso-
ciation of Broadcasters, Nixon
declared that U.S. policy in the
Middle East would "continue to
support the independence and in-
tegrity of the State of Israel" and
"continue to try to seek not only
renewed relations with Egypt but
with other countries with which
those relations have been broken,
as you know in the past, growing
out of the June, 1967 war."
BUT. he added, "let me make
one thing very clear. Being a
friend of one of Israel's neigh-
bors does not make us an enemy
of Israel."
Bonn Seeks
Release Of
War Criminals
AMSTERDAM (JTA) The
president of the West German
Evangelical Church, Ernst Wilm,
in a Letter to Dutch government
officials, urged The Netherlands
to release the remaining three
Nazi war criminals held in B;eda
Prison.
In letter dated Dec. 19 but oniy
made public la t weekend, the
Pr it ml leader urged the re-
lease of the three in view o;
thci poor health and confessions
of guilt and repentance.
ONE OF them, Joseph Kotael-
la. 66, is partially paralyzed and
has lost his power of speech due
to a stroke he suffered early last
October.
The other two are Franz Fis-
cher. 71, and Ferdinand aus den
Fuenten, 75.
Justice Minister Andries van
Agt, in a press conference over
the weekend, acknowledged that
he and Premier Joop den Uyl
had received Wilm's letter last
December.
Nixon also said that the condi-
tional nature of the lifting of the
Arab oil embargo subject to
review in Junewould not deter
the U.S. from its present peace-
making efforts in the Middle
East.
He acknowledged, however,
that those efforts and the embar-
go lifting were "parallel" and
"inevitably what happens in one
area affects the other."
That remark led some observ-
ers to the view that Nixon was
acknowledging some pressure
from the Arabs to make addition-
al progress on the peace front or
face a renewal ot the oil cut-off.
NKON ALSO stressed that
there could be no permanent
peace in the Mideast unless both
the U.S. and the Soviet Union
desired it. He described the re-
gion as "one of those flashpoints
in the world far more important
to the interests of the United
He said the present Dutch
Cabinet had not yet discussed the
matter. Van Agt called Wilm,
who spent three years in Dachau
concentration camp, a "highly
resDectable man" but had no
goo*! word for the "Bund
Heimkehrer" in West Germany
Which is likewise campaigning
for the release of the three war
criminals.
VAN AGT'S acknowledgement
of the letter comes at a partic-
ularly sensitive moment, the eve
of the annual commemoration of
the anti-Nazi "February strike"
which took place in the Nether-
lands on Feb. 25 and 26, 1941.
Dutch Communists are expect-
ed to use the occasion for a
separate mass demonstration in
Amsterdam to express their de-
mands which include opposition
to the release of the Nazi war
criminals.
Exac/y two years ago, the con-
templated release of the three by
the previous Dutch Cab.net
caused such a furor that the idea
was abandoned.
At the time, Van Agt was
among those who proposed par-
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a place like Vietnam."
HE SAID "the problems of
peace in the Middle East" would
be high on the agenda of his
talks with Soviet leaders in Mos-
cow this spring. Nixon spoke at
considerable length on the Mid-
dle East. His remarks were in
response to a questioner who
asked whether, with the oil em-
bargo lifted and "with Egypt
seeming to lead the way in that
regard, what does that do to U.S.
Middle East policy and especially
should push come to shove re-
garding Israel?"
The President said: "I realize
that many of those who support
Israel and its independence, as I
have since that state came into
existence, wonder about the poli-
cy of the United States which is
now one designed not only to be
a friend of Israel but to be a
friend of Israel's neighbors.
"AND I would only suggest
that in terms of the future of
Israel, it is much better to have
the United States a friend of Is-
rael's neighbors and thereby able
to influence and perhaps restrain
their policies rather than as an
enemy or with no communica-
tion .
"In the long term interests of
Israel and in the long term in-
terests of all the countries in the
Mideast, it is vital that the
United States play a constructive
and positive role."
He cited as an example "the
progress on the Syrian disen-
gagement on the Israeli front
the Egyptian Israeli front .
This Is a positive move. We have
a long way to go. But in the long
term, w* have to realize that a
United States role in the Mid-
east must be one that works with
all the countries in the area that
are willing to work with us."
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The monthly meeting of the
Jewish War Veterans, South Dado
Post No. 778 will be held Mon-
day evening, April 8 at 8 p.m. at
10380 S. Dixie Hwy. Louis Beli-
fante is program chairman.
A film, "Crime Prevention"
will be presented by the Public
Safety Department of Greater
Miami, followed by a speaker
from the department.
Carl Feldman, blood bank
chairman, announces that a
blood bank account has been
established in the name of the
Post. Richard White, chairman of
the tree planting project in Ii-
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have been pledged by the Post
and Auxiliary.
Post commander is Abe Eisen-
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U.S. Priest Praises Treatment of POWs
NEW YORK (JTA) An
American Catholic priest has re-
turned from a special mission to
Israel with high praise for its
corrjpassionate treatment of Syr-
ian prisoners captured in thte
Vom Kippur War.
The Rev. Joseph Konrad. Pas-
tor of St. Matthias Church,
Queens. N.Y.. said that he "was
favorably impressed by the good
care and privileges Israel gives
the Syrian POWs, the type of
care and privileges apparently
not received by Israeli soldiers
captured by Syria."
FATHER KONRAD visited Is-
rael as coehairman of the Catho-
lic-Jewish Relations Committee
(i-JKO eotponsored by the
Catholic Diocese o! Brooklyn and
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith.
He was appointed to the post
by Bishop Francis J. Mugavero,
spiiitual leader of the largest
Catholic diocese in the United
States.
Father Konrad interviewed the
Syrian war prisoners together
with Rabbi Bruce K. Cole, com-
munity consultant of the League's
New York regRYial office and
cosecretary of the Catholic-Jew-
itih Relations Committee.
FATHER KONRAD said that
they spoke to a sizeable group
of the 396 prisoners.
"They seemed to have dif-
ficulty in understanding why a
U.S. Catholic priest and rabbi
had come to see them. We had
the feeling that they looked at
us of official emissaries of the
U.S. government because they
kept asking how soon would we
permit them to go home."
He told them that it wasn't up
to the United States, that they
could go home as soon as Syria
agreed to a prisoner exchange
While the Syrian POWs com-
plained that their treatment
could be better. Father Konrad
said they lived in large, clean
dormitoiy facilities, had ample
exercise areas, received weekly
mail from their families in Syria
and were permitted to send home
weekly postcards.
ACCORDING to Father Kon-
rad, the prisoners appeared to
be in excellent physical condi-
tion, well-fed and healthy.
He said he saw a mod'-n
dental clinic, a clinic for medical
treatment, and that hospital care
in nearby cities was available for
those prisoners needing it.
The prisoners, he went on to
sav. appeared well-clothed. Be-
sides the armv food rations al-
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they were also permitted to ac-
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the five Arab mayors of nearby-
Israeli towns.
'Our overall obective," Fa-
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press in a dramatic way the con-
cern of the three million Catho-
lics and Jews in Brooklyn and
Queens for the Israeli prisoners
of war in Syrian hands."
This concern liau oeen express-
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tor Israel which noted recorded
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Shortly after their return to
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ment released the names of Is-
raeli prisoneis and permitted
visits to the prison camps by the
International Red Croaa.
Tides Hotel Guests Hold
Meeting To Benefit CJA-IEF
Guests of the Tides Hotel of
Miami Beach recently demon-
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needs of Jews in Israel created
by the Yom Kippur War at a
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Among those responsible for
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+Jewl*l> fhrkllar
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ACTOR'S INTERFAITH EULOGY FOR MOTHER
Burr Stages Interfaith Service

By DR. MAX MSSBAl.M
. LIWO?D- Cal- fWUP) The other
dtj something happened in my rabbinical work
WHICH can o.cur only in (he United State;
On Jan^ 30. Minerva Burr, the mother of
Raymond Burr (Perry Mason), of
stage
and
as
screen fame, died al the age of 81. and w
buried by an Episcopal Minister.
BIT TO her sons. Raymond and Edmond.
this was not sufficient. They felt the inner need
for an ecumenical memorial service for their
mother
They contacted in their name and in the
name of their father and their sister our
neighbo-. Canon Noble L. Owings, of the St
Thomas Episcopal Church: Father Hugh N'oonan
a friend of the Burr family; and mv office h?re
at TVmpie Israel, requesting that the Protests, it
Minister, the Catholic Father, and I as a Rabbi
participate in this service.
Is there any Jewish blood in the Burr fam-
ily- The answer is "no". Why then this vm-v
heautiful and moving but Mange de*ire for an
ecumenical service involving a Rabbi?
THE EXPLANATION is quite simple: Mrs.
Burr was a professional organist and a deeply
religious person who found her life's fuifi.lment
in playing and teaching music.
She often piaved tht n-enn in church<"> as
well as in synagogues and this was the motiva-
tion for the family to have a memorial service
in the Protestant Church to which she belonged
but. in the genuine s"'."'t of ecumenism, with
Catholic and Jewish participation.
This was a new expeuence for m> and a
' fir-t" in my ministry.
1 read selections from the Hebrew Bible,
eulogized Mrs. Burr, stressing the beauty of her
character and the religiosity of her soul.
And. at the special it-quest of the family. I
recited the Kadtlisli. after explaining to the
Christian audience the meaning and message of
this unique prayer in the religious literature of
Judaism.
THE BURR family was deeply moved by the
spirit of Brotherhood manifested in this inter-
faith service conducted by Christian and Jewish,
clergy in mutual harmony. Indeed, to the three
of us, it was an enriching lesson in ecumenical
cooperation.
It could only happen in the United States.
Films At Wometco Theatres
Wometco Theatres have held
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Swedes Threatened by Terrorists
'COPENHAGEN fJTA) A
i Palestinian leader threatened in
| a television interview here that
he Palestinians "will take the
law into their own hands" if the
Iwedish government does not
bring to trial ex-secret service
agent Gunnar Ekbjerg said to
have coo-erated with the Israeli
[Secret Service.
Ekbjerg. 23, is said to have
-been a J>we stationed in Beirut who informed
the government of Palestinian
guerrilla activities there.
SWEDEN, in turn, reportedly
felayed this information to Is-
rael.
Also, a Danish court has hand-
ed down prison sentences to two
Israeli citizens convicted of the
illegal marketing of morphine in
Denmark last year.
Tlie court tf Hvidovre. a city
near Copenhagen. sentenced
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Meanwhile, in Bonn, four
Palestinians who entered West
Berlin last October from Beirut
via East Berlin appealed in a
Berlin couit charged with plan-
ning to blow up an El Al offl c.
an Aliens Authorities Bureau, an
Israeli-managed hotel, and a
dancehall.
The accused nr** aged from 18
to 33. The youngest. 18-year-old
Mohamed Zaher. pleaded guilty I
to the charges.
He said: "I feel it is my duty '-,
to do what my country demands
of me." He said the other de-
fendants had nothing fo do with
the planned bomb attacks.
TOE FOUR men entered West
Beriin in two groups on Oct. 1
last year, and put up in a
Schoeneberg hotel. The VI i -:
Berlir, police searched their"
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pm. at 1200 West Ave. Jack
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Topic will be "Odyssey of the
Jews." Pauline Finke'stein. presi-
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rooms on Oct. 18 after a tipoff
and f-und about ten pounds of
explosives.
The defense counsel has asked
the court to investigate the pos-
sible involvement of th Israeli
secret service in tho affair.
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Friday March 29. 1974
LEO MLNDLIN
n.
Free Education Breeds Mediocrity.
,M1 A' >
Continued from Page 4-A
were to guarantee equality of op-
portunity. But that is not its pur-
pose at all.
AS I SEE it. the purpose of the
argument is to attempt to make
a reality of the fraudulent notion
in the Declaration of Independ-
ence that "ail men are created
equal." that is to say, from the
point of view of the De Funis
case, that all men must be assur-
ed of the right to become edu-
cated.
But getting an education and
becoming educated are two en-
tirely different things. Let us
e that getting an education
is ., right, and all men should be
guaranteed that American so-
ciety provide them with one.
But that is not the same thing
as becoming educated. Becoming
educated involves the capacity
for excellence, and not all men
have the capacity lor excellence.
You can legislate the one as a
right; you can not legislate the
other. No nation can guarantee
every individual's capacity for
excellence.
THE DE FUNIS case shows
our absurd alternative as a means
of getting around this 'inequity.''
Since the double standard can
only guarantee the righl of ad-
mittance to the PROCESS of be-
coming educated, not to BECOM-
ING I educated, il reduces, modi-
fies and ultimately compromises
excellence so that everyone can
get an education while pretend-
ing that i is becoming
educated.
The consequence is that the
education to which today's so-
ciety is heir is a civil rights
amalgam of pap and treacle in-
ward which even the most disad-
vantaged i not materially but In-
tellectually! can aspire.
Don't make the prize too
high or too mighty, and every-
one can be assuied of getting a
piece of the action. Let there be
college degrees for all.
IN THE END, the sad truth is
that the college degree is no
longer a mark of excellence but
another step in the process of
middle class acculturation like
Bar Mitzvah or getting one's first
driver's license.
Once, being educated stood foi
Latin. Greek, philosophy, science
literature, art. Today, it stand:
for a synthetic kit uai ir
which the "student' ^o<- througl
a mild sanding-down process.
His ROlT.ii edges are vaguelj
smooth <1 away so that when he
"graduates" he can make a claim
to being civilized.
What this reall; amounts to is
rot a double standaul at all
one for whites and another foi
disadvantaged coloreds.
What this really amounts to is
a reduced single stan lard o;
academic mediocrity in which ex
cellence is not only outmoded
but part of the elitism (fascism)
that must be cut away from the
education process if our claim
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that we are a democratic society
is to have any meaning at all.
Reduced excellence, medioc-
rity that is the key to the new
'education.''
SPECIFICALLY, this may not
apply to Alex de Funis personal-
ly, a Phi Beta Kappa magna cum
laude graduate of Washington's
University College, who is with-
out question a victim of a double
racial standard.
But the effect of the Univer-
sity of Washington's decision to
deny him admission and to ac-
cept dozens of students academ-
ically inferior to him is very
much a matter of the reduced
single standard.
It is in fact central to the is-
sue of mediocrity. For those
inferior students admitted to the
law school are likely to make in-
ferior lawyers, and the demo-
cratic rationale on the basis of
which the university's choice was
made will never be able to miti-
gate that fact.
A RECENT resolution of the
Conference on College Composi-
tion and Communication demon-
strates this new mediocracy in
education in another field.
In March. 1972, the executive
of lh( CCCC adopted
a resolution affirming "the stu-
(I nts' their own patterns
and varieties of language the
dialectics of their nurture or
v.- dialectics in which they
find their own identity or style."
'' resolution doesn't saj so,
but its inl t was to tut I 1 ck
and key on tha growing disturb-
ance an i teach rs of college
1 h at the permissive way In
which Back students have been
d lo ; !e through elemen-
Bnd high school encumbered
by profound disabilities in read-
writing and speaking the
language of their country.
THE ASTONISHINGLY in-
comprehensible way in which
many Black students speak Eng-
lish is to a con iderable extent
at the root of their academic dis-
ability, which increasing nuni-
!> s ,>f white tu'^'nts sharp be-
cause the Black disability has
come to be accepted as a "norm.'
But the CCCC resolution argues
that we are not to be critical of
that. Leo Rosten's "Education of
Hvman Kaplan" updated is strict-
ly verboten. The disadvantaged
have a "right" to speak that way
and. I suppose by implication,
also to read and write that way.
Language scholars long ago
denied that the myth of a stand-
ard American dialect has any
validity," the resolution conti-
nues, oblivious to the sacrificial
experience of millions of Pol-
ish, Russian, Italian. German,
Greek and Chinese immigrants at
the beginning of the 20th century
in countless night schools, where
they struggled to join the main-
stream of what American civili
zation, culture and language sym-
bolized.
"THE CLAIM that any one
dialect is unacceptable amounts
to an attempt of one social group
(meaning the fascist elitistsi to
exerl its dominance over another
(meaning the disadvantage:!
Blacks)."
The CCCC resolution adds:
"Such a claim leads to false ad
vice for speakers and writers,
and immoral advice for humans.
"A nation proud of it-; diverse
heritage and it- cultural and ra-
cial varietj will preserve it> heri-
ets." (Poor Hyman
i en el struggle.)
IN FACT, the charge of the
resolution is of attempted geno-
cide by the advantaged perpe-|
Crated upon the disadvantaged
through academic "delusions,"
and it- false appeal to democra .
has the ring of Kremlin-style
tarian propaganda.
general public is even more ig-
norant."
WHAT THIS says is that there
can be no academic studands that
are not racist or discriminatory,
and that teachers who refuse to
accept the preachments of the
new mediocracy better beware.
"We affirm strongly." the
CCCC wants us to know, "that
teachers must have the experi-
ence and training that will en-
able them to respect diversity
and uphold the right of students
to their own language."
The good teacher hencefor-
ward is the teacher who protects
his student's right NOT to know.
SUCH COWARDICE! It does
not say everyone should be as-
sured the right to a chance to
become educated and that, if
someone doesn't hack it, then
there are lesser alternatives for
which he ought to be prepared to
settle. '
Instead, it tells us how to com-
mit cultural suicide how to
engage in an act of self-genocide, 4
a fate apparently acceptable for
the elitist to suffer, but not the
mediocre.
It's intent? So that the inferior
by contrast shall no longer suffer
his inferiority.
That is what the Dc Funis case
is all about, and the cowardly
CCCC resolution describes the
issue perfectly.
It is discrimination far more
dangerous to the fabric of Amer-
ica than any other kind we've
ever been forced to dea! with.
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Inflation: Tree Costs Rise
NEW YORK Effective Sept. 1, the cost of planting a
tree in Israel will rise from the present price of $2.50 to $3
it was announced by Abram Salomon, executive vice president
of the Jewish National Fund.
In announcing the increase, Salomon declared: "The increase
: in the price of tree-planting and in other contributions through
the Jewish National Fund was prompted by the sharp rise in
[tree-planting costs in Israel."
Dayan Fears New
!oncession Demands
Continued from Page 1A
[obtain for Syria no less than what he got for Egypt in its Jan.
121 disengagement accord with Israel the return of part of its
land-; lot in 1967.
THE GOVERNMENT is solidly opposed to any Israeli pull-
3ck from the 1967 lines in the north at this stage although
)ayan himself has said it would be prepared to discuss such a
withdrawal in the context of u final peace settlement with Syria
Against this background. Dayan dealt in the Knesset Mar. 21
fcvith a Likud demand that the army strike hard and deep into
Syria to end what it called the Syrian war of attrition. The de-
mand was contained in an urgent agenda motion submitted bj
IHaim Landau, the No. 2 man in Herut.
He said the Syrians were committing aggression on the
[northern front in order to press Kissinger to turn the heat on
Israel for substantial territorial concessions. According to Lan-
Idau. Damascus understands only force and a powerful thrust by
Ithe Israeli army would curb Syrian aggression and pave the way
If or a disengagement accord that did not prejudice Israel's
[security.
THE LIKUD leader laid down three conditions for disen-
Jgagement:
No Israeli withdrawal beyond the 1967 lines.
A prisoner of war exchange.
Permission for Syrian Jews to leave for a safe haven.
Dayan, replying for the government, conceded that Israel
ns capable of exerting greater force against Syria, including air
ower. But, he said, the question is whether that would achieve
he desired results of an end to the Syrian shooting and a separa-
ion of forces agreement.
Dayan also cautioned that escalation might not draw the
ther Arab states into open conflict, but Saudi Arabian and
Kuwaiti troops presently in Syria would certainly join in the
action.
THE KNESSET voted 52-1 to confine further debate on the
Likud motion to its foreign affairs and security committee which
Beets in closed r Jovits Urges Phone Call
Tie-Ups be Investigated
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Sen. Jacob K. Javits (R.. N.Y.i
ia< asked the State Department
to make "proper representations"
to the Soviet government regard-
ling non delivery of cables and
jir.terruptions of telephone com-
Imunications by Americans to So-
[ viet residents.
In a letter lo Secretary of State
[Henry Kissinger dated Mar. 8
i and made public by the Senator's
otuce. Javits attached "a list" of
the 31 of more than 1,000 'un-
I delivered wires" and also a list
[of phone calls that "have recent-
[ly not been consummated or have
been consistently interrupted in
mid passage.*'
JAVITS CALLED Kissinger's
attention to the International
Telecommunications Convention
to which the United States and
the USSR are both signatories
that "specifically" obliges signa-
tories to "undertake to inform
one another of infringements" of
the convention and its regulation.
An aide to Jkvlu told the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency that he
had been informed of the viola-
tions by the National Conference
on Soviet Jewry.
Saturday Is Flamingo Day
Saturday is Flamingo Day at
Hialeah Park, and some of the
best 3-ycar-olds in the country
Kentucky Derby hopefuls will
clash in the l's-mile race con-
sidered one of the major preps
for the "run for the roses." Three
of the past four Flamingo win-
ners were in the money in the
Kentucky Derby,
Killel Honors Grandparents
The second annual "Grandpar-
ents Breakfast" sponsored by the
Men and Women for Hillel will
be held Sunday at 10:00 a.m. at
the Hillel Community Day
School. 21288 Biscayne Blvd.
Mrs. Sally Bostom is program
CALLS FOR SUPPORT OF ARAB NATIONS
Blacks Condemn Assist to Israel
Continued from Page 1-A
sey delegation. Only three of the
16 Black congressmen voted
against aid to Israel.
They were John Conyers, of
Michigan; Parren Mitchell, of
Maryland; and Ronald V. Del-
lums of California, all Democrats.
The resolution condemning Is-
rael was the object of a bitter
behind the-scenes fight as mili-
tants led by Imamu Baraka from
Newark, N.J. (formerly known as
Leroi Jones), sought to tie in the
anti-Israel statement with a gen-
eral resolution calling for the
destruction of "racism, capital-
ism and imperialism."
Leaders from the New York'
and Indiana delegations, who'
sought to water down the reso-
lution to prevent a bitter floor \
fight, noted their opposition for
the record.
THEY TOLD tie 1.200 dele
gates at the convention that
there was "considerable opposi-
tion" to the more moderate reso-
lution.
Although the resolution calling
for the destiuction of imperial-
ism was adopted by a lopsided
majority, the restitutions commit-
tee had succeeded in throwing
out sections of the original draft
submitted by the New Jersey
delegation accusing Israel of be-
ing the major instrument of
American world policy.
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speak on "The Significance of|
the Ghetto Uprising in Jewish
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Sara and hayim Fershko will
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piano selections, and Marcus
Meisel will recite poems on the
holocaust by Kazenelson, Suzkew-
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+Jenisf> fleridtor
Friday March 29. 1974
i J he Avaeei ^peabt
Can We Pass The Test?
By RABBI SOLOMON' SCHIFF
Director
Community Chaplaincy Service
The month of March has been
designated as Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
Month by the Rabbinical Associa-
tion of Greater Miami. Hopefully,
this will help focus attention on
the 1974 Campaign.
I see a direct parallel between
this and the theme of this week's
scriptural reading. The portion ot
"Vayikra" deals with sacrifice.
"One who will sacrifice of him-
self ... is the
way the sub-
ject is intro-
duced. It is
only through
self sacrifice
that we are
able to earn
and keep that
which is pre-
cious to us."
The major
test for the
Jew was al-
ways his will
ingness to sacrifice for his faith.
They said, in effect, "We shall
pay any price, bear any burden,
meet any hardship to assure the
survival and success of our
faith."
The Jews kept that pledge
Through the Babylonian exile, the
Roman oppression, the Spanish
Inquisition, the Russian pogroms,
and the Nazi smoke factories, Ml !
Jews paid every price to keep
that ancient treasure.
In 1948 the Jews of the world
were presented with another
Rakbi Schili
treasurethe State of '--rael.
Once a^ain a test had to be
passed, and it was. The Jews ot
the world proclaimed once again.
"We shall pay any price, bear any
burden, meet any hardship, to
assure the survival and success
of the State of Israel."
We have been subjected to
that test continuously ever since
The question before us is: "Can
we in 1974 pass the test which is
greater than ever?"
Some time ago there was a
popular song The Best Things
in Life Are Free." The song was
nice, but the statement not quite
true. Democracy is not free. It
costs plenty to preserve it.
Freedom is not free. Lt takes
blood and guts to defend it.
Education is not free. It takes
for*un to build schools and
train teachers.
There are things that are free!
Poverty misery, disease and
ignorance are free. It costs noth-
ing to let people starve. It costs
plenty to feed them.
No! The best things in life are
not free. They are costly. We get
what we pay for. We get nothing
for nothing.
When I hear of someone who
is tired of giving to the CJA-IEF.
I think of th man who was tired
of paying his son's bills. He com-
plained about the doctor bills.
:; bills, grocery bills, col-
lege tuition b:lls. etc. "Son. you
are costing me a lot of money. I
er seem to stop paying for
Suddenly th.' son took ill
arid before long he died. The
father didn't have to pay any


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evie:oH
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\ March 31 Ch. 10. 9.30 a.m. Jewish Worship Hour
Ho.-t: Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, Temple Ner Tamid
March 31 Ch. 4, 8:30 a.m. The First Estate
(Repi ated i h. 2 at 6:30 p.n
li ist: K.'v. Luther Pi
T.->p;c: I Lived In Kenya"
Guest: Donald E. Prince
March 31 Ch 7, 10 a.m. Still Sm ill V
H.i Solomon Sen fl
Topii Pa b rver Preparati
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTTON
1/
vro/i
"And the Lord called unto Moses
a xik
1-5)
(Leviticus
THE FIVE PRINCIPAL SACRIFICES: Alter the sanctuary
had been erected and the priests consecrated. Divine ieiisiation
prescribed the rituals and ceremonies commencing with the
sacrificial offerings to be performed in the place of worship
appointed by God.
The ancient practice of bringing sacrifices satisfied a natural
desire in man to express, in material form, his feelings of contri-
tion, supplication and thanksgiving toward his Creator. The un-
derlying purpose ol the laws relating to sacrifice was to inculcate
a moral sense of refinement and discipline in man. The essential
principles were therefore that sacrifices could not be offered in-
discriminately, but only to that one God and on the altar in the
courtyard of the sanctuary: repentance or restitution of the
wrong done must precede any offering; and the main ceremonies
were to be performed by the priest.
There were five principal sacrifices which could be brought
voluntarily by the individual, prompted by the desire to atone for
his sins committed in error, or as an expression of thanksgiving
to God. (1) The Olah burnt offering. The entire animal was
consumed by fire upon the altar. (2) The Minchameal offering
generally brought by a man of humble means. (3) The Sholmin
peace, or thank-offering as its narr.e implies, such a sacri-
fice expressed gratitude to God on occasions of joy anJ thanks-
giving. (4) The Chatos sin offering brought as atonement
for sins committed in error not only by a layman but by the
Sm offorinp01" eoTUni,y as a wh0,e- or bv a secular head.
1 SWi?M t0 be broufht by the witness to an *!
tact wi th, a 1 a a P"80" wh0 contacted impurity bv con-
dues belonging to the
ging to o
confessing his g ilt. must restore the property to its'"rightful'
priests, and falsely retaining proDertv
belonging to one's fellow man. In each case, the wrongdoer? after
,Z"6r W'Lh fho a;,dit,on 0{ one mtb of value. Then ar.d on!
then, could the sacrifice be offered, and the sin forgiven *
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more bills. The boy hasn't cost
him one cent since.
A strong vibrant Israel is cost-,
ly. An Israel able to stand off
hostile millions dedicated to her'
destruction is costly. It is not,
cheap to do this and at the same |
time say to the nations in which
there are oppressed Jews, "Give
me your tired, your poor, your
huddled masses yearning to be
free. Send these, the homeless,
tempest-tossed to me."
If. however, we feel that Israel
is worth having, we must pass
the test and help pay for her.
survival. If we feel it is necessary
to have a strong, vibrant Amer-i
ican Jewish community, we must \
pay the price for that too.
Such agencies as the Central
Agency for Jewish Education, the
Community Chaplaincy Service,
HillelJewish Student Center of
the University of Miami, Jewish i
Family and Children's Service,
Miami Jewish Home and Hospital;
for the Aged. Jewish Vocational
Service, Mount Sinai Hospital,
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en's Immigration and Naturaliza-
tion Service, the YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami, and the other na
tional and overseas agencies
sponsored by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, must be pro-
vided for if they are to continue
their vital services.
Our resolve must be that we.
the Guardians of the People of
Israel, neither sleep nor slumber.
As Jews, some of the best things
in life are: a strong and inde-1
pendent Israel, a proud and self-
sustaining American Jewish com-
n'unity, and a vibrant and grow-
ing Greater Miami Jewish com
munity. No sacrifice is too high
for things one consider; vital ic
h very being.
MIAMI
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CONGREGAT /ON fcTZ
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ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
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BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall I
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her- i
bert M. Baumoard. Associate Rabbi
Barry Altman. S |
Friday. 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Judaism
.iml Wom.-nV itights. by Kabul iiarry
Altman.
BETH DAVIH. M29 SW 3rd AM.!
Con-.erv.vv- Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lioson. *
BETH
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EL. 500 SW 17th Ave.
Rabbi H RMhman.
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Mooern Traditional. Rabbi Mux Sha- I
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Friday si:, p.m concluding late ear- I
ViC*. "The Chosen Children." a (group I
of 40 young people will eonduct the
service under the direction of Bernard
Breitbart. Hen Zlon Klrsehenbaum
and Howard New. Sermon: "We Are
a Chosen People Mr. and Mrs trwln
LecnowltS will host the Oneg Shub-
bat in honor of the Bar Mitzvah of
their son. Karl Harvey. Saturday.
BETH TIKVA,
set Dr.
(Reform) 9025
Sun-
6 A
Quiz Box
Bv R \BBI SAMUEL J. FO\
i--I !."' Jewl I
Whv is it customary 11 put
the piece of foreskin which is
ut off during the circumcision
ceremnnv into the container of
earth?
I number of reason- are given
for this tradition Same contend
that who* im< izes : i sor
-i- having b:
a sacrifice.
The Bibl< calls for the \ ner;'
- to be offered on ar
altar made of earthenware The
skin of the rircunn
is couthed in earth to
1.1 resent the idea that a form of
sacrifice has been nude.
Some Kabbalists claim thai
earth represents the food of the
primordial seroent who caused
Adam to sin. Using the earth to
the foreskin is a means
blunting temptation and the pos-
sibility of the accusation by the
evil serpent.
There are some (e.g. Tziyonni' i
who claim that the earth used to!
couch th" foreskin is reprcsenta *
tive of the people of Israel who
are compared to the earth be- j
cause of their solidarity, multi
tude and potential.
The child, through circumci-
sion, joins his people. This is'
symbolized by having the fore
skin join the earth.
The fourth source points to a
source in the Midrash (Pirke D--
Rabbi Eliezer) which clai.T.s that
the Jews who travelled through
the wilderness with Moses used
to hide their foreskins in the
earth. Thus, the contemporary
practice is a reminder of the trek
through the wilderness in the
days of Moses.
Why do "i.ime people trv to
have a irinyan of 10 males
present at a circumcision cere-
mony?
While it is technically possible
to have a circumcision without a
mmvan, many try- to have one
present
Some claim it is because the!
infant can be said to be express
iiS his thanks for having been I
saved and such expression re-!
quires a minyan.
Others say that this cuiorum
serves to bear testimony in pub-
lic that the father has fulfilled his duty.
.4-ETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Rubel. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. S
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot. M
Kriday S p.m. Kabbi Barry Tabaoh-
nikoff will speak on "Krom Jerusa-
lem with Love My impression* of
Israel, Politics and the Rabbinic Con-
vention. "
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Raboi Paul J.
Bender. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
OR OLOM (Temple, 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi David M.
Barcn. Cm.or Benjamin Ben Am. 13
Tlr-ERETH ISRAEL. H500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurue
Klem. 14
Sundas 10 .'. in Mod r under dl-
ii. man s Un S. -
. m.
ZION (TsnrlS). 80O0 Miller Hi. Con-
serw.tive Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Canto- Errol Heifmsn. 16
Si in : \
of Ri allt> Bat Mitzvah: Debra,
daugl ter ot Mi an I Mrs H d
9 .:' lay 8 a rn S<
Si Ii
HI All AH
riFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. C-nservativ;. Rcbbi Na-
than Zolondek 18,
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 17Z0 79th St. Causeway.
North Buy Village. Conservativa
Cantor Murray Yavneh. 32.A
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SEPAfe.3
CONGREGATION. 707 6th St.. Ml
ami Beach. Orthoaox. Rabbi Mor
decai Cltatmovite.
NOBTH MIAMI BUCK
ADATH YBJBHURUN (Temple). 10&
NE Miami Gardens Or Conservative.
Rabbi Milton Bchlinsky. Cantor Ian
Alpern. 33
AGUOAi'H ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center. 1925B
N.E. 3rd ^-e. Ortnodox. 33-A
BETH TORAH. 1061 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ja;ob B. MendHson. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Victor D
Zwelling. Canter Jack Lerner. 3*
SINAI (Temple), ot NORTH DADS
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. "antor Irving
Sbulkee. 37
Friday 8:15 p m. Saturday 10:30 a.m.
s.rmon: "Portion of the Week." Bar
Mitzvah: Steven Jacobs
KY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18131 N|
19th Ave. Ortnodox. Rabbi Dov
Bidnick officiating. sg
YOUNG ISIIAeL OF ukEATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodos
Rabbi Zalman Kossowsky. St
CORAL 6ABUS
JUDEA (Temple). 5550 Granada Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Michael B Eisen.
stflt. Cantor Rite Shor 40
Friday 8:15 p.m. "Sisterhood Sab-
hath Sat., 11:15 am Service and Bar
Mitzvah of Carolyn, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Rofsr 1 lerwlts.
ZAMORA (Tempie). 44 Zamora Ava
CcnservEtive. Rabbi Maxwell A
Berger. Cantor Stanlr.y Rich. >1
SURrSIDt
VOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
8341 Hardinq Ave. Orthodox. Rabbt
Isaac D. Vine. Cantor Laibele
Levme.
eo
T0PT LAUDlRDAlt
BETH ISRAEL ,Temple).
Oaklano Park Blvd. Rabbi
Labowitz. Cantor Maurice
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOShE Ci'NGREGAT'ON. 222b
NE 121st <*? Conservative, ^abhi
Joseph Gorfmkel. Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum 35
MIAMI BtACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7S01 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. RabBi she -Ion N. Ever 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shauiro. 13
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BETH JACOB. 301 -vashington Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Shmaryalu T. Swir.
s^y. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temp's). 184'/ J*f.
ferson Ave Conservative. Cantor
Saul Breeh. 20
8:11 p.m Sermon "The Mood
' '-'' Saturd ij 10:45 a m.
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi :.eon Kronish.
Cantor David Convlser. 21
7100 W
Philip A
Neu. 41
EMANU-EL. 3L'-.S W. Oakland Part
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J
Abraeis. Cantor Jerome Klement. 41
P0MPAN0 BMCH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 6101
NW 9th St.
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 1'th Avi
Conservt, p^nbi Morris A. Skoo
Cartor Yaacov Renzer, 9
hAUANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTEP
(Conservative). 416 NE 8ti Ave
Ral-ni Harry E. Schwartz. Canto-
Jacob Darziger. ^
itm. I
Musi Saturday, M u
at lei
am.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euc'id 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. Orthodjx.
Rabbi Dow Rozenwa.3. 23
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave
Ratbi Meir Masliah Melamed. 23 A
EMANU-EL (Tempie). 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrmsin. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
HEBREW ACADFMY. 2400 pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross. aa
CONGREGATION AN-NELL (Brancn
of Hebrew Academy). 7th St and
Meridian Ave. Ortnodox. 26-A
JAcv1B.^Sx COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel. 2
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Fuclid Ave
Orthod.jx. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. zi
MENORAH
Hourwoob
CO*AL SPRINGS HEBREW CON
GREGATION. Conservative. 350<
University D'. Rabbi Max We>ti. 44
BETH EL (temple). 1351 S 14th v
Reform. Rabhi Samue1 Jaffe, 44
|i m J
I "Tl \i

I Keith.
I
BETH SHALOM '(Temple). 4601 Ar.
thur St. Conservative. Rabbi Mor
tjn Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold 44
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Con-ervative. Rabbi David Shapiro,
Cantor Yehuda Hellbraun. 4>
'IMP.LE BETH AHM- Conservative
J,f\.?W_6i!n:J Ave.. Hollywood. Rabbi
Benarroch. Cantor
47-B
TfM^."-E SOLEL (Liberal). Slut
Sheridan St. Hollywood. R.obi Rob-
ert Frazin. Cantor Michael Kyrr.
Y?^^P JISRAEL HOLLYWOOD
(Orthodox). 3891 Stirling Rd. 54
Saturday 9 am.
M4RAMAR
'SrAEL (Temp"!, "^ SW Wth St
Can 0'VlhV,K Rabb' Avr0m Dr*"
Canto.- Abraham Koster. u
HOMtSTtAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER
_^3NE 8th St. Conserv.tiv! si
Rabbi Salomon .
Harry Schmerling.
eVNrNArWWVst^eW^^VWW^
CANDLELIGHTING Wf
(Temple). 820 75th
Cr."rV/tive- fiabb' MsVsr
owtz. Cantor Nlco Feldms
Abrarn
n.
N",uTm*Mw :~"m'*>- <">th St enr
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ward Klein
l-V SH_ALOM. 7065 Bon.t.
>ineas A
itiStoJ N
thodox. Ra-bErPhi^.T'vveb^rm!
Or
3"
CENTER. 84-
9
6 NISAN 7:15
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Thif huge it pre pan i in
C'-oprration tnrn t.Se Grjte
f Miami Ra.Sbi-.iiral Atsociatton.
' Ccm-dinafor of tht feature/
appearing here i;
' RALBI MAXWELL BERGER
Spiritual Leider of
Temple Zomera
Carol Cobles
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*Jenisli fk>ridlan
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harge Blood Plot Against Jews
imr*-7r~S
|NE\V YORK (JTA) Rab-
Jo-eph Hajari, director of the
nmrttee f >X the Rescue of
Irian Jewry, has sent a tele-
ram to United Nations Soero-
try General Kuit Waldheim urg-
kg him to investigate the mur-
er of four Jewish women in
Eyria and "to alleviate the plight
f the Jewish minority by calling
Bt>cn the Syrian government to
i it their departure."
I At the same time, Rabbi
irari charged that the reported
I of two Jew ish men along
Ith two .Moslems for the murder
an "apparent blood plot
against the small Jewish com-
munity'' which has maintained a
clean record throughout its
3.000 year history in Syria.
THE ASSOCIATED Hress and
the New : York limes reported
that a gang of smugglers had
killed the women. The AP said
that Syi ian security men had ar-
rested four members of the gang
who wire described as two Syr-
ian Jews and two Syrian Mos-
lem Arabs,
According to the Times, a dip-
lomat in Damascus said he be-
lie ved the four women had boon
carrying valuables and were rob-
Israelis Improve
American-Made
A nt i -Tank Missile
TET. AVIV CJTA) The
-r has in-
joduced an important improve-
Hduu in the Vmerlc
iti-t-u-v missile the TAU
K&king it an effective we.
or night combat. The Americans
Have ii ii ted tlio Israelis tor
HeM. on this improvement.
' Thi- was n v< aled in \ report
P' to Congress by the
l^o use Committee on Armed
Services which has visited Israel
Hfter the Yom Kippur War to
Study the use made by israi .is of
Hie arms and equipment airlifted
to Israel during the war.
i THE REPORT, part of which '
Wa> r.\- ie public, indicated
ann hi =. -!u.t 'he I.-raeli.:.
-Wh- received the T.V the
Hmerican reply to the lethal
Russian antl tank missile,
have attached io >t a de-
v costing but S10. which
in:.ki-- the TAU an effective wea-
Ken for night combat.
Becau-e of the immense In-
to tments of the Americans in
El loping a night combat wea-
pon. it was, said that the Amer-
icans have requested the Israelis
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To assure you of a'
supeib social event -
Bar Mitzvah, Wedding,
Anniversary Parry,
Gala Organizational
Dinners St Luncheons.
Hans H. Marcuse
Louis Witkin
Formerlv tlie
ALGIERS CATERERS
at tlx all new
\
fur details of the device.
Also learned was that the Com-
mute I .i' re. mmi n led that the
U.S. A:my study the reservi i I
up and service system of the I
raelis so that it can be adopted
in the U.S.A. as well, according
!.;.-. rlc
bed by the smuggler-guides who
ki.lcd them to avoid det iction.
However. Rabbi Harari
the two Jews who were an
are "respectable members of dis-
tinguished Jewish families" and
v.- re praised as "men of integri-
ty by those who know them per-
sonally."
TO BELIEVE that these two
men "would go to a cave in the
mountains to participate in the
robbery and murder of four girls
from th.-ir own community is an
Insult to the intelligence of the
enli'litened world and a slap in
the face of justice and human
decency." Rabbi Harari said.
"The courage displayed by the
oppres ed Syrian Jews who or
ganized a demonstration in the
stn if Damascus to protest
the murders despite police
t:ni 'ts clearly indicates that the
S i 'i government cannot sue-
in concealing the fact."
SEVERAL NEWS reports over
thi weekend reported the bodies
of thi i were found on the
Lebam e b > tryin I > cross in
an attempt to flee Syria.
The original report in the
French daily Le Figaro, citing a
''sure source" said the I
were found on a stret i in the
J h quai ter of Damascus. Is-
raeli source" refuse to rule out
the possibility the slayings took
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Micmi, Florida Friday, March 23, 1974
Saction B
Yeshiva U. President To Be
Heritage Award Dinner Guest
Dr. Samuel Belkin, president
f Yeshiva University, will de-
liver the main address at the
Greater Miami Friends of Yeshiva
University Heritage Award Din
nor Tuesday, April 2. at 6:30 p.m
in the Eden Roc Hotel 1. II.
Abrams and Judge Herbert Sha
piro. chairman of the event, bave
announced.
The dinner honors Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Firlel and Mr. and Mrs.
Larry 1'askcw. who will receive
the Heritage Award. Yeshiva Uni-
versity's highest accolade for vol-
unteer leadership, in recognition
of their outstanding endeavors in
educational, cultural and human
itarian causes.
During his 30th anniversary
year as president of Yeshiva Uni-
versity. Dr. Belkin. author, scholar
and educator, is being honored
nationally and internationally
during 1973-74 for his achieve
ments in Jewish and general
higher education. Under his lead-
ership Yeshiva University ha-:
grown from a modest institution
of 850 students into a complex
of five undergraduate and nine
graduate divisions and affiliates,
with an enrollment of more than
7,000 young men and women in
the arts, sciences. Jewish studiej
and the professions.
He has been accorded many
honors and tributes and has been
singled out on many occa
sions by groups representing all
denominations for his outst a wr-
ing contributions to American
life. To mark his 30th anniver-
sary as president, he was award-
ed the Nov. York City 75th Ann!-
,rv Medal and the New York
M. SAMUU BtLKIN
under Jewish auspices. The Main
Center of Yeshiva University is
in the Washington Heights sec-
tion of Manhattan. Its three other
major teaching centers are located,
elsewhere in Manhattan and in
the Bronx.
Known throughout the world
for its pursuit of excellence in all
its programs. Yeshiva University
stands today as a major national
center of higher education, re-
search and community service
and as the Western Hemisphere's
largest center of Jewish learning.
More than 10.000 Yeshiva Uni-
ver.-ity alumni are now serving in
all parts of the land and in the
State of Israel and other coun-
tries abroad, enriching the gen-
eral community with their skills
and constituting a continuing
corps of Jewish communal leader-
ship.
Residents of Ihe Ar!=n Houses recently demonstrated
concern for problems facing Jews in Israel today at a mee'
ing held on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
1974 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund.
Yaacov Morris, (second from right) prominent aulhcr and
orre pondent and member cf tho Israeli delegation at the
United Nations addressed the group. With him are David
Osterar and Max Weinberg (left) and Dr. Morris Hinenburg.
City Scroll of Distinguished Serv-
ice in 1973.
The Heritage Award Dinner is
among the most important annual
programs sponsored by the Great
er Miami Friends of Yeshiva
University, an organization of
a"ea industrialists, educators, pro
fes.'ional leaders, parents of stu-
dents and alumni who identify
with and support the goals of
tho institution. More than 200
prominent local residents are
pervtnfl with the chairmen on
committees in charge of coordina
tion of the event.
Now in its 88th year. Yeshiva
University is America's oldest
and largest university established
Planning the Louis D. Brandeis Group of Hadassah's Youth
Aliyah luncheon, which was to take place Thursday in the
Fontair.ebleau Hotel, are (from left) Mrs. Zelma K. Thau,
presidium president; Mrs. Harry Galanter, cochairman; Mrs.
Harry Moel, presidium president who is serving as chair-
man for the day; Mis. Nathan Lsvine, ccchairman, and Mm.
Clara Hyde, cochairman. _______" _________
Planning the strategy for the national biennial convention
of the American Jewish Congress, New York City, are Mi-
ami Beach area leaders of the organization, (from left to
right) Temple Beth Sholom's Rabbi Leon Kronish,. conven-
tion chairman, who was reelected national vice president;
Mrs. Myriam Wolf, Florida Women's Division president,
and Rabbi Max Lipschitz, spiritual leader of Beth Torch
Congregation, president of the Southeast Region.
Residents of Byron Hall demonstrated their support for the
efforts of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1974 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund at a recent
meeting. The United Jewish Appeal's film "A Message of
Life," dealing with problems facing Israel today, was
shown. Among those in attendance were (left to right)
Alexander Bermnn, Dror Zadok, a sergeant in the Israeli
Army and helicopter crewman during the Yom Kippur War,
who addressed the group, Harry Sacks and Samuel
Shmsnsky.
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Friday, March 29, 1974
Going over the final plans for Family Retreat We3kend to be
held March 29-March 31 dealing with the future cf the
American Jewish community are Dr. Fred J. Witkcff chcir-
man of the YM-YWHA's Public Affair? Committ;e; Robert
BeitiEch. Linda Scott, ccchairperson for the "Family Retreat
Weekend," and Howard Scott, committee member.
Jack Irvine Levkoif, well known Miami communal leader
and financial adviser, (left) is shown with Dr. Abraham
I. Kaish, president of The Dropsie University in Philadel-
phia, upon his election to the graduate institution's beard
of aovernors.
Continuing thei quest for a better understanding of inter-
national current events and the problems of Jsws through-
out the wcrld, the Young Leadership Cabinet of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation recently convened en the topic cf
"Soviet Jewry." Among those demonstrating their solidarity
at the meeting were (left to right) Gail Marantz, Mrs. Margie
Sanfcrd, guest spsaker for the day, Michael Adler and
Judy Adler.
h
The ladies of the Miami Beach Chapter of National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Hospital, University of Miami School of
Medicine, held their annual pledge luncheon Wednesday
on the Starlight Roof of the Doral Beach Hotel. Shown
planning for the event are (from left) Mrs. Roslyn Cohn,
honorary vice president and ticket chairman; Mrs. Birdie
Erlanger, chairman of the board; Mrs. Claire Charap.. liaison
officer, and Mrs. Clementine Kemp, vice president.
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6 A Golden Record" Is Theme
Of Histadrut Third Seder
The Histadrut Third Sed-sr will
be held Thursday, April 11. at
the Fontainebleau Hotel. It-
1heme will be "A Goldan Rec
ord."
Jacob Barmore, Israel's Am-
bassador fj the United Nations,
will deliver the keynote address
at this year's Seder. A special
presentation t.i Histadrut presi-
dent Morris Newmark and his
wife, Anna, will be made, hon-
oring them as Histadrut's "cou-
ple of the year" in recognition
of their many contributions to
Israel.
Moe Levin, chairman of the
Histadrut hoard of directors, will
serve as dinner chiirman.
A Hagadah has been prepared
and will be presented prior to th1
dinner under tiie direction of
Shmuel Fershko, featuring Can-
tor Zvi Adler.
"A Passover Festival of Song"
featuring "The Three Genera-
tions'" will conclude the Seder
festivities.
The Israel Histadrut campaign
has grown in a half century to
become a significant instrument
for the support of the pioneering
labor movement of Israel. Over
$100 000,000 has been raised since
1924.
For five decades, the Isra-1
Histadrut Campaign throughout
America ha-, been a staunch
partner of Histadrut in the de-
velopment of numerous institu-
tions which today Con*4'tute the
essential elements in Israel. Its

JWYA Planning Rec Hall Parties For Veterans
The activities of the Depart-
ment of Florida, Jewish War Vet-
erans Ladies Auxiliaries for this
week are:
Vorman Bruce Brown 174: A
business meeting conducted by
F=ther Jacobs, president, will
take place Tuesday at 8 p.m. at
the Knights of Pythias Hall, 4601
West Flagler St.
West Miami 223: A "Rec Hall"'
party at the Veterans Administra-
tion Hospital, will take place
Wednesday evening, cohosted
with Harry H. Cohen 273.
Harry II. Cohen 723: A "Rec
Hall" party, will be cohosted with
West Miami 223 at the Veterans
Hospital Wednesday evening.
AMBASSADOR JACOB BARMORE
program embraces every field,
including absorption of new im-
rrigrantj, education and culture,
health services, vocational train
ing. care for the aged and the
very young, sport; and youth
activities and mutual aid institu-
tions rendering assistance to re
liglous workers, fostering rela-
tion-; with the Arab worker*, and
bu"din? bridges to the emerging ;
nations of Asia and Africa.
Some t'eket* are still available
at th Histadrut office in the
Barnett Bank Building, 420 Lin-
coln Rd.. Suite 388. according to
Mr. Levin.
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Cantor Alexamlrovich
In Concert Here Apr. 10
Rabbi Charges Colleague's
Passover Facts are Wrong
Cantor Mikhail Alexandrovich,
Russian-Jewish tenor, will be
h?ard in person In this country
at a concert to bo held Wednes
day, April 10, at T manu
1 at 8:30 p.m.
Rec
eat honors accorded a performing
.... DJ ... s, I Pion, Can
t0. Alexandrovich's re< rds nave
o;l in the m I >ns, and in the
pa he has given soms
6.0CC c m trts.
A irl Cantor Alex-
indrovich's repertoire include?
I-raeli, Fr-nch and Russian art
ican and Span
i-h works, Italian street songs,
the folk mga of all nations as
well as cantonal music.
Sponsored by the Cantors As-
sembly. Southern Region, serv-
ing as concert chairman is Can-
tor Zvl Adler. with Cantor Eleazar
Bernstein as cochairman.
Concert tickets may be ob-
CANXOK MIKHAIL AlKANDROVICH
talned at Temples Emanu-El.
B^th RiphaeV Ner Tamid, Adat'.i
Ye hurun, Znn and Sinai and at
Beth Torah and Beth David con-
gregations. ______^
Cantor Jack Lerner To Be Honored
Sunday At Testimonial Dinner
Cantor Jack Lerner. who for
the Dast U years has served
Congregation B'nai Raphael and
has recently served as secretary
of the Greater Miami Cantor's
Association, will be honored at
a much deserved testimonial.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel. presi-
dent of the Men's Club of Con-
gregation B'nai Raphael, an-
nounces.
The testimonial will be held
Sunday, at the Fontainebleau
Hotel, commencing at 6:30 p.m.
in addition to the dinner and
teftim mial, those in attendance
will be treal I to thi
danc .: that the Fon-
tainebleau is fam ius for.
Informal
ton G
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
The guidelines for Passover by
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern printed in
The Jewish Floridian on Mar. US
contained several statements
that are erroneous and contrary
to Halachah.
He states that the Siyum for
the fir t-born should take place
on Friday Apr. 5. The Shulchan
Aruch (Orach Chaim 470:2)
states clearly that this should
take place on the Thursday be-
fore Pesach.
RABBI STERN calls this cere-
monv "tiw redemption of the
fir thorn" The redemption of
the first born is a-once-in-a-life-
time duty to be done by the first-
born's parents during infancy.
On Ercv Pesach the first-born
are required to fast. Participa-
tion in a ritual feast absolves
them from fasting.
Rabbi Stern later states that on
Friday a prayer should be recited
while burning the Chometz and
that it can be said in either He-
brew or English.
This is not a prayer but a
declaration of forfeiture of pos-
session of leaven. It must be said
in a language which one under-
CANT0R JACK WIKIR
Berliner Announces Thrae JWV State Appointments
.:
Jay Ber
1 Z 1
M.D. 1 oi Gables
S Departm
Flor da. Dr. Zundel
of JWV's We I Miami Post So.
223, has practic d medicine in
OUR
READERS
WRITE
"Let Thy Word* Bi BnVf"
Koheteth (Ecdtsiustcs)
I
stands or at least comprehends
the context of. (See Orach Chaim
434:2).
THIS SHOl'LD not be recited
on Friday. The declaration of
forfeiture must be said on Satur-
day morning after th? comple-
tion of the Sabbath meal (See
Orach Chaim 444: 2& 6).
Dr. Stern states that Chometz
may not be eaten on Saturday
later than 9:30 a m. This is a mis-
take. Our sunrise on Apr. 6 is at
7:07 a.m.. and our sunset is at
7:40 p.m. This would make the
Chwnetz eating 1
at 10.31 or 11:15.
RABBI PHINE.VS WEBERMAN
Secretary
Orthodox Rabbinical Count il
of Greater M.ami
EDITOR, Vac Jewish Floridian:
I want to commend your pa-
r 1 mplojing so fine a col-
ht .1- Leo Mindlin. I do .tot
know him nor have ever n-.e- m
. forward to each
his column.
GIVE ME a writer who dares
BD< ak un and let the chips fall
where they may. The Polyanna-
type '' riti ps who try no: to an-
tagonize anyone are boring ir.d
i;-t if-.-.
His article on William F.
Buckley in your issue of Ma:. 15
is positively brilliant. I not? an
k en Mr. Mindlin by a read-
tr in that same issue.
Apparently his opinions are
too liberal for some people, but
an sharp and thought-pro-
voking. We need more like him.
HENRY CHART
Hollywood
Musicals, Elections Set
For MB Hadassah Units
a for m re than I enty
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ind Irving Sas-
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Miami Beach Chapter of Ha-
dassah Groups are meeting on
the following dates.
Hatikvah Group will have its
'.; Bank luncheon at the Eden
Hoe Hotel Sunday at noon. A
musical program will be pro-
si nted by Catherine Russell, ac-
companied by Aida Yaslo, Mrs.
in will be the chair-
person. Mrs. Sadie Herman is
pre ident.
Israi li Gi top havi .1 an-
k lunchi "'i al
Al lol d ry. Accor-
dionist P n will present
usical program, with Mrs!

Kadimah Group will meet Mon-
I
on "Di coverj oi Oil in I 5ins
and a "V will
b shown Mrs. Abe Ruslin pre-
sidii
Emma Lazarus Group luncheon
Inn. 87th and Col-
Ave., Monday at noon. There
will be election of officers, fol-
lowed by a book review. Mrs.
ii tta Fine will preside.
Fcrrl croup will have its Eye
Bank party at the Delano Hotel,
Monday at noon. Mrs. Anne Col-
ton will be chairperson. Mrs.
Rose Zeigmund is president.
Bay Harbor Group will meet
at the Beau Rivage Hotel Mon-
day at 11:30 a.m. Following the
luncheon, the slate of incoming
officers will be read. The Youth
Activities Project will be dis-
cussed with Mrs. Joseph Scheid
i ling.
Stephen S. Wise Group lunch-
eon meeting at the Barcelona
Hotel Monday at noon. Mrs. Anne
Alpert, chapter chairperson of
wills and bequests will be guest
speaker, with Mrs. Gertrude Sos-
na presiding.
Ri nanah Group will have an
open board and general meeting
Monday at 9:30 a.m., at Danny's
Restaurant, 9516 Harding Ave.
Mrs, Emanuel Mentz, president
of the Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah, will be guest speaker,
with Mrs. Aaron Katz presiding.
Plaza 800 Group will have a
luncheon Monday at Plaza 800
Auditorium. Mrs. Sarah Heller,
humorist, will present a program.
Mrs, Max Landau will preside.
Hanna Senesch Group will'
Mrs. Lerner Bruncheon Host
Mr.-. Joseph C. Lerner. chair-
man o- :hc newly founder
ida Chapter of Friends of
e1< University, will host a
1. uncheon at Harbor
South Sunday. Guest of honor
Will he the university's pres
Dr. Abraham Katsh. an interns-
tit naliy recognized authority on
Judaic and islamic studies,
topic will be "The Cballei I
Jewish Survival."
meet at noon Monday at the Al-
Hotfl with Mis. Barnett
Baron presiding.
Shaloma Croup will have a
luncheon at the Algiers Hotel
Tuesday at noon. There will be
e 1 on 0 offici rs, followed by
a musical am with Elsa
/ ler. Mrs. Anna Stone presid-
ing.
Southg ue Group H ill meet in
R -a it the Norm
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The Women's Committee of Jewish Family and Children's
Service will hold its annual installation luncheon in the
Eden Roc Hotel Tuesday, April 16, at 11:30 a.m. wi.'.h Dr.
Lee Saik, clinical prof;-ssor of psychology and pediatrics
c'. Cornell Universi.y Medical Collega, guest speaker, dis-
fj cussing "The Complexities of Raisinq a Child in These
Times." Planing the iveni are, from left, (seated) Mrs. Moi!i-
n*r Schaff-3'-, luncheon chaiiman, and Mr3. Edwin Oppen-
heim, Women's Committee president; (standing) Mrs. Arnold
J. Stern, Women's Committee secrstary, and Mrs. Bemcrd
Nemeroff and Mrs. Sol Goldstein, members of the luncheon
committee and the board.
6Y' Summer Program
In Leadership Training
The YM-YWHA of Greater Mi-
ami, a part of the Jewish Com-
munity Centers of South Florida,
is offering a special sunnier pro-
gram: in leadership training for
your.5 men and women who are
interested in preparing them-
selves to work with children.
The Y's leadership, apprentice
program, for youngsters 14
through 16, begins June 24 and
runs for two 4 week sessions. It
is a newly designed prog: am
that combines daily activities in
the arts and sports as well as
training and work experience
with camp groups.
Participants in the program
will help plan additional activi-
ties such as crafts, parties, spe-
cial events and Jewi h programs.
Regular sessions with profesional
staff will guide and instruct each
participant in how to work with
children of different ages.
Kor complete information re-
garding this summer program,
call the Day Camp Office at the
YM-YW11A. 8500 SW 8th St.
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Busy days ahead for popular
Pauline and Jack Schwartz. For
the Passover festivities they'll be
winging their way to Armonk,
N.Y.. to spend the holiday with
Jack's son Bert, spouse Isabelle
and their two adorable tots,
Rachel, 3, and Adam. 2. On their
return to Miami Beach, Jack and
Pauline will have just enougJl
time to unpack and repack for
a week or two in Las Vegas.
On May 11, they will attend
the wedding of granddaughter,
Jane Krrber. daughter of Phyllis
and Murrav Ferber of South Mi-
ami ,. ii will exchange vows wit*
Eddie Moscowlte of Orlando.
After their marriage the couple
wi'l make their home >n New
York
Bj then it win be dot* to June
- ..- for th......tetic
Schwi :/ couple 11 take their an-
nual cruise to the i-'iiuh. It'i
they'll soend th re?t of
ier r laxing but it's also
,.....il e that they'll think of
somev. here else to ao!
Last Friday Pauline was host
in a I. We of 10 at a most lavish
luncheon sponsored by the Flor-
ida C incil of Auxiliaries AMC
. the Playboy Plaza Hotel
Gu*s! included Edna Chapman
Polly Fiedler. Mary Rose Kap-
lan, Pauline's sister-in-law, Flor-
ence Friedman. I lorrie Schwartz,
Prances Stern, Ruth Lowy anc"
Lillian Flaeh. Chairman of th
I day was Mrs. Abnei
Miller. Mrs, Arthur Feigelea i-
, i president, and Mrs. 3
seph Pm is presi lent of th
Barbara Haven Biscayne Cancel
League, named after Pauline':
late daughter
As if all that weren't enoutfl
Wednesday night, Pauline took
a round dozen guests to th.
League's showing of "Mame." Ir
the arcuo were her son-n'-v
Marvin Haven with wife. Betty.
her Bister and their four daugh
ters.
ti & -to
It v.as a Deauurm Night i'
Spain at a recent party ho-itec'
by Eliie and Al Kramer, her sis
ter Irene Snyder and hu Jordan of Ft. Lauderdale. all for
the benefit of the Hadassah Med
cal Organization. Ellb is the in
coming president of the Aviv
group of Hadassah. She has final
ly found time to take on the tasV
after recently marrying off he
lovely twin daughters. The Span
ish theme was pervasive through
out. Invitations were in Spanish
and for the finale, a troupe of
flamenco dancers highlighted bv
the rising star Cecilia Lopez, en-
tertained the seventy enraptured
guests The Kramer's South Dad
home had an air of romance ir
soft candlelight and the decor in
eluded handmade red tablecloth
trimmed in black lace, with nap
kins to match and stunning crim
son velvet and mMre flower
forming the centerpieces for the
round tables and the buffet table
The walls were studded with
large sombreros and Spanish
shawl-, and here and there posters
of old Spain. The pool was partK
covered with a dance floor rim
med with large costumed doll'
from the Basque country.
Cuisine was Iberian with the
main course, chieken Madrileno
Faces in their nlaces: Gloria ano"
Leo Martin. Norman and Claire
'Kazoblon' Showing Here
"Kazablan." a new movie film i
ed on location in Jaffa. Tel Aviv
and Jerusalem with Israeli stage
and film star Yehoram Gaon in
the lead role, is based on the
musical that broke all records on
the Tel Aviv stage. The modern
love story of a Moroccan boy and
European girl, it is now playing
at Wometco's Carib Theatre, Mi-
ami Beach; Twin I-Dadeland and
Hallandale Theatres, with contin-
uous showings starting daily at 2
p.m. Special group rates are av-1
ail able.
Kasser just in from Philadelphia
and moving back permanently to
their Coral Gables abode. Felice
and Gerald Schwartz. Aviva's past
president Gloria Friedman and
hu.-band Harvey who was master
of ceremonies, Fran and Syd
Reichbaum and Sharon and Jim
Oster. Seen on the dance floor
were Rella and Leonard Herman.
Sylvia and Morris Herman and
Lillian and Albert Beer.
During the fabulous evening
Mullin and Miller gave an ex-
hibition of Latin American ball-
room dancing.
Song stylist :sa Z.igler will
present a program of musical
sl | ; ns at th Eye Bank lunch-
con of the Her/1 Griup of Hadas
- :i in th < Delano H >tel Monday
,e sha oi i Group luncheon
in the A'z'.ers H sl Tu sdaj S* >
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alongside every stack of matzohs
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Thoughtful hostesses may want
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Heap on matzoh lightly, in peaks.
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Kissinger Trip Pricks Detente Myths
By JOSEPH AI.SOP
WASHINGTON Dr. Henry
A. Kissinger's successful journey
to the Soviet Union ma) perhaps
l)r another major turning point,
like 1 i first journey but a lot
leis encouraging. This is the cur-
rent vi< w in the small inner
group of U.S. policymakers.
Superficially, many of the
.: e hopeful. For example,
the Soviets in advance let it be
known that General Secretary
Leonid Brezhnev would receive
the s cretary of State at the
Politburo's hunting lodge, Zavi-
d< to.
THIS IS a far more signal hon-
or, with far more political im-
portance tiian anyone seems to
understand in this country.
prior to*1a-~'t year's rodT-dayai
meeting between Brezhnev and
Dr. Ki singer, no Western leader
hail ever been received at this
huge, closely guarded, strongly
wal ed lodge in the deep forest.
But now Dr. Kissinger apparent-
ly saw Zavidovo a second time.
If Dr. Kissinger's French
counterpart. Michel Jobe:t. were
ever to be admitted to Zavidovo.
it would be on the French front
pages far a matter of days.
JOSiPH AiSOP
Sample Passover Menu
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By NORM A BARA( II
ci Mihlc Aawni y
Passover is now almost here
and in this week's column 1 am
including a sample Seder menu
as well as some accompanying
rec: es.
The recipe for turkey dressing
is in response to a request from a
reader. It may be best to bake
the dressing in a pan outside the
turkey, as all rooking for the
first Seder should be done on
Friday in advance of the Shab-
b.d since the first night of Pass-
over is on a Saturday night this
year.
Now
menu:
for the sample Seder
Sweet Red Wine
Matzo
Eggs in Salt Water
Gefilte Fish with Horseradish
Chicken Soup with Matzo Farfel
Roast Turkey with Dressing
Cucumber Salad
Cranberry Sauce
Brownies
Fresh Fruit
Coffee or Tea
MATZO FARFEI. DRESSING
6 tablespoons peanut oil
2 medium onions, chopped
1 c;ip water (scant)
1 "' teaspoon pepper
2 beaten i
'_ cup chopped mushrooms
Turkey liver 'broiled)
and giblets
up choppi d celery
'. grated
oons salt
"
lea! poons choj pi '1 pi -! y
and cook for 5 minutes. Remove
from stove, add eggs and parsley
Mix well. Cool. Makes about 7
cups of dressing, enough for
about a 12-pound turkey.
If you make in a separate
i :i serole, bake about 1 hour to
1 hour and 15 minutes at 350
You may have to cover it at
the end to make sure the top
doc not dry out.
BROWNIES
6 eggs
2 cups sugar
1 cup peanut oil
1 cup matzo meal
2 '3 cup cocoa
1 cup chopped nuts
8 walnuts (cut in halves)
Mix together all ingredients
into greased 9 x 13 pan. Top with
except the walnut halves. Pour
walnut halves. Bake at 375 for
45 minutes.
But showing exceptional honor
to a visitor does not always en-
sure agreement with the visitor.
Right here is the source of ap-
prehension in the policymakers'
inner group.
TO BALANCE the prospect of
Zavidovo, to begin with, there
have also been some warning
signals in Moscow. Minor criti-
ci ms of the secretary of state
have appeared in the Soviet
press. Leonid Brezhnev has been
a bit less optimistic about the
future of "detente."
The formidable minister of de-
fense. Marshal Andrei Grechko,
has roared loudly about the im-
portance of a super-strong na-
tional defense.
Yet the main sources of con-
cern are far more general. Month
after month, the U.S. policymak-
ers have been vainly trying to
square the circle in their search
for the best U.S. line in the sec-
ond round of SALT talks.
IN OTHER words, they have
been lookine for a possible basis
for accommodation with the So-
viets that would al.o met the
. emento of our national de-
fense.
This has been like squaring the
circle because of the successful
Soviet I ists of a whole new gen-
eration of intercontinental mis-
sile.-, embodying MIRVed war-
heads and other major improve-
ment,;. The Soviet missile tests
expl 'ded the illusion of a perma-
nent U.S. technological lead. And
it was this illusion that really
made the first SALT agreement
co:sible.
The policymakers trying to
square the circle finally had to
face up to the threat o! heavy
Soviet superiority in nuclear-
strategic power in the near fu-
ture. In consequence, they
agreed that circle-squaring was
not feasible. They concluded they
must in.-ist upon "essential
equivalence" in the nuclear-stra-
tegic power of the United States
and Russia.
AT A minimum, unhappily, a
new SALT agreement honestly
based upon "essential equiva-
lence" will require the Soviets to
put a halt to major weapons pro-
grams they are already woiking
on. That is the nub of what Dr.
Kissinger simply was forced to
propose to General Secretary
Brezhnev and. through Brezhnev,
to Marshal Grechko.
Barrels of hogwash have been
written about an alleged tug of
war between Grechko and Brezh-
nev over "detente." In reality,
the evidence is almost over-
whelming that Brezhnev and
Grechko form an intimate part-
nership that is the real power
center of the present Soviet gov-
ernment.
THAT SITUATION first arose
when Brezhnev helped 'Grechko
become defense minister, despite
the desire of a Politburo major-
ity for a minister who was not a
professional military officer.
The intimacy of the Brezhnev-
Grechko partnership was fully
confirmed during President
Nixon's visit to Moscow last year.
It was then possible to make de-
tailed, prolonged observations of
the demeanor of the Soviet lead-
ers in their dealings with one
another.
The general secretary and the
defense minister were visibly
much closer to each other than
any other leaders of the regime.
Nor is it necessary to suppose
that they have ever disagreed
about "detente."
WHAT IS called "detente,"
after all. can easily turn out to
be a policy of "tranquilizers for
the West." Such a policy will be .
most useful if and when the So-
vieta decide to get tough.
That is all but certainly the
way Brezhnev has presented
"detente" to Grechko. But it will
be quite different, rather obvi-
ously, if American insistence on
an honest nuclear-strategic bal-
ance turns out to require Grech-
ko to roll back some of his key
defense programs.
ONE CAN hardly imagine the
Soviet government taking such a
step.
So you have a dilemma with
the usual two horns. Either Dr.
Kissinger may not really insist on
an honest nuclear-strategic bal-
ance; or the recent trend of U.S.-
Soviet relations may easily go in-
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Community Relations Committee
(solution Favoring ERA Adapted
F
Community Relations
fttee of the Greater Miami
Federation is supporting
Tatific.ition of the I.
its Amendment, Bernard
Handler, chairman of the CRC,
has announced.
Following recommendations by
the National J.-wish (.'immunity
Relations Advisory Council and
Greater Miami section of the
anal Council of Jewish Wom-
the ClIC adopted a resolu-
Statin,' the ERA is es-
tial to en-ur-.- Equal Rights
all persons in the U.S. and
that sex shall not be a factor in
determining legal rights of men
and women; and to ensure the
full faith of the U.S. Constitution
in its spirit and intent; and to
ensure full enforcement of the
protection gained under Eederal
laws for all persons throughout
the United States."
"We hope this resolution will
mean speedy ratification by Flor-
and will influence other
i to do the same," said Mr.
BT.
. bi Solomon Schiff, execu-j
director of the Rabbinical!
Jation of Greater Miami and!
a member of the Community Re
lations Committee of the GMJF |
said that the Rabbinical Associl
tion of Greater Miami feels that
equal right! of women is a mat-
ter of obvious justice.
- e ..... o; CM woman in
Judaism has always been based
upon her dignity as a human be-
*"* ->- a child of God." Rabbi
Schiff declared. "We feel that ev-
ery legal right must be given to
the woman as a matter of her
Divine mandate. There has been
..... ug -non that the pas-
sage of the ERA would have
negative effect on certain prac-
tices of the Jewish religion, par-
t'eularly among the Orthodox.
We understand that the rights
guaranteed in the ERA will not
in any way Prejudice those r>-nc-
tices since they are guaranteed
in the First Amendment of the
United States Constitution."
The CRC of the GMJF i; call-
ing upon other organizations in
thf community to ind'eate their
support of the ratification to
Florida legislators. The St it"
legislature will b3 considering
the ERA for ratification in early
April.
Both houses of the U.S. Con-
gress have already approved
ERA, and if it passe; in Tallahas-
see, Florida will join 33 other
tates which have already rati-
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Friday. March 29, 1974
r
Cuban Hebrew Anniversary
Celebration Saturday Night
An overwhelming atten lance is
expected at the upcoming dance
anil gala concert being held by
t;u. Cuban Hebrew Committee of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fcd-
eration'l 1974 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Ill! Kmcrgency Kurd.
to cel< brate the 20th Anniversary
of Independence of the State of
Israel.
The event will take place Sat-
Orday at the Playboy Plaza Hotel
and will include a special musical
program featuring prominent lo-
cal and Israi II artists.
JCS Sponsors
Appearances
Rabbi Larry J. Halpcrin. of the
Congregation of Liberal Judaism,
Orlando, will address an assembly
at Webber College Student Cen-
ler. Babson Park. Thursday. April
4, at 5 p.m. The Rabbi will speak
on "The American Jew 1974."
Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe of Tem-
ple Beth El. Hollywood addressed
English, political science, sociol-
ogy and religion classes at Jack-
sonville University this week. He
also addressed a faculty lunch-
eon and a Hillel-sponsored din-
ner.
Their appearances are spon-
sored by the Jewish Chautauqua
Society, educational project of
the National Federation of Tern
pie Brotherhoods, which fosters
better understanding of Jews and
Judaism through education.
Student Model Seder
Temple Tifereth Israel Sunday
School students will have a model
Seder under the direction of Hy-
man Sootin Sunday at 10 a.m.
'The Cuban Hebrew Group of
Greater Miami represents more
than 1200 families which are
striving for a 100'; increase in
support over 1973 to the 1974 Is-
rael Emergency Fund and local
agencies." said Dr. George Fcl-
denkrais, chairman of the Cuban
Hebrew Committee.
Members of the committee
helping to plan the event include
Samuel Galfond. Solomon Garari.
Enrique Kalusin, Rabbi Mcir
Hasliafa Melamed, Ing. Jaime Mi-
trani, Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig.
end Dr. Pablo Tachmes. honorary
chairmen: Saul Ginzburg, Her-
man Heisler, Moises Levin. Oscar
Min-kv. Sam Schwartzbaum and
Benjamin Terner. vice chairmen:
Rafael Kravec, campaign direc-
tor: Dr. Isaac Cohen. Moreno
Habif. Abraham Huppert, and
Morris Salk. vice campaign di-
rectors; Dr. Bernardo Benes, sec-
retary'. Mrs. Eva Baisman, Alber-
to Behar, Steve Feig and Isidoro
Lcrman, vice secretaries. ,
Also Jose Avayu. Jack Chester,
Charles Dascal. Alberto Dellar.
David Eftozi. Luis Egozi. Salomon
Klein, Isaac Olemberg. Humberto
Orvieto. Rafael Kravec. Samuel
Maiman, Shapiro and Garmizo
families, Joe Sharpe. Isaac Sil-
berberg. Roberto Sur.i, Mrs. Fa-
bian VVaiss and Salomon Yuken,
Pacesetters: Isaac Yagodnick,
chairman of New Prospects: Ja-
cobo Biniakonsky. Antonio Das-
cal, Gershon Kriger. Naum
Rozen. Leon Schuster. Boruch
Shames, Abraham Tiktin. Ben-
jamin Yolpe. Jaime Wenger,
Sender Wolson and Abraham
Zacroisky, New Prospects vice
chairmen; Mrs. Victoria Adouth,
Mrs. Diana Egozi. Mrs. Eva Feig,
Mrs. Dora Feldenkrais, Mrs.
Ester Garazi. Mrs. Rebecca Kra-
vec. Mrs. Matilde Ventura and
Mrs. Raquel Wax. Women's Com-
mittee, and Sender M. Kaplan,
coordinator.
No one will drink from
this cup. It's Elijah's cup..-
It's a tradition,
i The unleavened bread,
is a tradition.
I The egg and bitter '
; herbs are a tradition..
MariiscKewitz Wishes you
a happy Passover.
That's a tradition, too.
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Program Topic
The Bialik-Ben Gurion Branch
of the Farband Labor Zionist Or-
der, will hold its next regular
meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday ;it
the Washington Federal, 1234
Washington Ave.
Israel Steinberg, pedagogue,
will speak on "Jewish Women in
Jewish History."
Max Globerman. secretary of
the Workmen's Circle, will talk
on Sholem Aleichem; and Hyman
Fox will read his poem "Warsaw
Ghetto."
Cantor Mordecai Yardeini will
entertain with musical selections.
The Cuban Hebrew Committee of the Greatsr Miami Jewish
Federation will launch a drive for unprecedented support on
behalf of Federation's 1974 Combined Jswish Appeal-Israel
Emeigency Fund with a gala dance and concert,. Saturday,
March 30, at the Playbov Plaza Hotel. In conjunction with
the fund raising effoiH being initiated by the Cuban He-
brew Committee, Dr. and Mrs. George Feldenkreis (right)
recently hosted a dinner party resulting in significant giving
increases to the 1974 Campaign. Among those demon-
strating their solidarity with Jews in Miami, in Israel and.
throughout the world were Dr. Bsmardo Benes, (left) secre-\
tary of the Cuban Hebrew Committee; Ambassador Yaacov
Morris, guest of honor and speaker at the dinner, and Jack
Chester, prominent leader of the Cuban Hebrew Committee.
Dr. Feldenkreis is chairman of the CHC, CJA-IEF.
Miami Beach Art Club Plans 2 Monthly Forums
The monthly Art Forum, an
educational activity of the Miami
Beach Art Club, will meet Tues-
dav. April 9. at 7 p.m. The topic
will be "Mexican Art in the
1930*8." The speaker will be Prof.
( l.ivton Charles of the University
of Miami.
Friday. April 12. at 8 p.m.,
there will be a forum on "Sculp-
ture Retrospective." The speak-
er, Zena Posever. prominent
sculptor, will use colored slides
to illustrate.
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ung over the summer carries cfieied by the YMHA this
r are '.from left to right) Alan Just, director o'. the YMHA
imer Ccnjpe, Jules Rowen, Mai Mo.-oenstrrn, chair:, an
pe Camping Services Committee, Jean Berezin, and
rence Singer.
LHA's Summer Camping Program
fiicludes Activities For All Ages
MerMorgenstern, chairman of
she YM YWHA of Greater Mi-
ami's i .imping Services Commit-
fcjpnouncej that the YMHA's
trier camping program this
^^Bviil include programs
11 age- from 3 to 93.
"Camp Paotot" is specially de-
signed for pre-schoolers aiK
"Camp Mm bee" for children
up to If: lii a "Sports Center"
for those w.-io want to develop
their spoil .-kills.
Included is a Creative Arts
enter" for t'l who are arti-",;.
\\d a teen travel camp for age*
12-15 which will travel to places
'around t'i Mi.uni community as
well as to iioii-to-i. Texas,
pross Country Camp." of-
or the first time in Dade
for young people ages
15-19 will travel to 18 major
|in the west including such
as San Diego, Lou Vngeles,
Ind. Yellow tone. Denver
frand Canyon. All V ca
under the guidance o*
iriate professional person
summer will again see *h
successful "Senior Adult
for those 55 and over. All
will have transportation
Bed.
\- ear a camp program wil
ailable in the North County
on. 20400 NE 24th Ave.,
Miami Beach, for young-
ip to age 6.
ing on the Y's Camping
tes Committee are Irene
H. Jean Berezin. Rose Batt-
Robert Brandt, Michael
[ Carol Cook, Dr. Christopher
Shieia Corrie, Michael
Maxine Fisher, Dr. Ron-!
fcelles. Bonnie Ganes, Elias
fcrg, Helm Co'.dberg. Com-j
bner Rose Gordon. Harriet;
Ete'l? Klatzin. Beverly
urt. Hillelane Lustig. Melvin
ler. Cynthia Mackler, Bar
JMorgenstern, Naomi Olster,]
kn Paul. Jules Rowen. Betty;
|n, Sidney Schaffcr, Barbara
per, Lee Shapiro, Laurel;
Iro. Lawrence Singer, Phyllis,
\r, Roz Slater. Philip Slater.
! Suchman. Debby Thurman.
pancy Weinfeld.
Melvin Wise, psychiatrist.
i>een appointed as chairman
major sub committee for
|ing programs which will he
KT DAY The Miami Art
Jue and the Lincoln Road
fciation wili present a Lin-
Road Art Day featuring the
is of some 40 artists and
tsmen, (open to the public !
of charge) Saturday. The
and crafts will be on display
|the 700 and 800 blocks of,
coin Road Mall, Miami Beach,;
10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
cochaired by Estelle Klatzin. so-
cial worker.
Inquiry regarding camp pro-
grams of the Y may be made at
the Camp Office in the Central
Y. 8500 SW 8th St.
Delighted at success of the 3: h anniversary
luncheon of Temple Emanu-El S'sterhood,
held in the Frisdland Ballroom of the Miami
Bjach synagogue, ere these leaders of the
congregation, from left, seat-d, Judge and
Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro and Judge and Mis.
Irving Cypen; (standing) Mrs. Murry Kcr-
etzky. general chairman; Mrs. Benjamin
Ee;cff, Sisicrhcod president: end Dr. and
Mrs. I.ving Lehrman. Judqe Shapiro, presi-
dent cl Temple Emanu-El and Dr. Lehrman,
i spoke at the event honoring Mrs.
Cypen, past president of Sisterhood and
wife of a congregation vice president.
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Friday, March 29, !974
Sisier M. Dorothy Browne, (right) former president o' Barry
College, receives Prisoner of Ccnscisnce Medallion from
South Florida Conferc-nce on Soviet Jewry. Presentation
was made by Mrs. Felic2 Traktman (lefi) president of the
Southeastern Region of Women's American OHT; Marjoris
Sanford, representing the South Florida Conference on
Soviet Jewry, and Mrs. Myriam Wolf president of Florida
Women's Division, American Jewish Congress.
Sister IVI. Dorothy Browne Receives
Prisoner Of Conscience Medallion

In an unusual ceremony, Sister
M. Dorothy Browne, who was un-
til recently president of Barry
College, received a Prisoner of
Conscience medallion from mem-
bers of the South Florida Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry. The
medallion bears the name of one
of the Soviet Jews now in pris-
on because of his attempt to ob-
tain an exit permit.
Presenting Sister Dorothy with
the medallion were Felice Trak-
man. president of the Southeast-
ern Region of Women's American
ORT: Marjorie Sanford of the
South Florida Conference on So-
viet Jewry, and Mrs. Myriam
Wolf, president of Florida Wom-
en's Division. American Jewish
Congress.
The ceremony was part of the
recently televised orosram. "Still.
Small Voice," hosted by Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley of Temple
Sinai of North Dade which
focused on activities of South
Floridians to support the Soviet
Jew's struggle for freedom.
The South Florida Conference
on Soviet Jewry- is the only or-
ganization devoted exclusively to
such activities, and serves as a
re-ource for other groups who
wish to help in the struggle. Dr ,
Robert Wolf is the ore-idem.
Spring Book Sale Set
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee will hold it.,
annual spring book sale Thurs !
day. May 2. to Friday, May 10, at
the Midway Mall. 7901 W. Flag j
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9 30 to 9:30 p.m. and Sunday B
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Enjoying an exhilerating set of tennis before
dinner. Marion and Sid Hinerfeld begin another
perfect evening at Carriage Hills. Later they can
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Miami, Florida Fridav, March 29, 1974
Section C
State Dep't Mum on Violations;
Dayan Visit Still Not Firmed Up
Dayan Fears Concessions 1-A
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTONA high State
Department official told the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency Tuesday
that the Department would not
comment on an alleged Egyptian
violation of the disengagement
agreement because "any difficul-
ties that may arise in the Egyp-
tian-Israeli disengagement agree-
ment are best handled through
private consultations in whatever
channels the parties find useful."
THE JTA elicited that com-
ment after pressing the State De-
partment to explain why it re-
fused to comment on reports that
the Egyptians had placed 100 ad-
ditional artillery pieces in the
limited forces zone east of the
Suez Canal a report it con-
ceded was known to Secretary of
State Henry A. Kissinger before
he went to Moscow last weekend.
State Department spokesman
John King repeatedly said "no
comment" when asked at the
press briefing about the alleged
Egyptian violation and about a
report from Israel that Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan may can-
Egypt Violating Ceasefire? 3-A
eel his Friday visit to Washing-
ton because of it.
"I WON'T go into that," King
said.
He also refused to comment on
a further report that U.S. intel-
ligence had confirmed the Israeli
rennrt of an Egyptian violation.
With regard to Dayan who is
due here Friday for discussions
with Kissinger on an Israeli-Syr-
ian disengagement process. King
would say only that he has not
been told that Dayan is not com-
ing.
Asked if the State Department
was studying the situation on the
Egyptian front, King repeated
"no comment."
WHEN THE JTA pointed out
that the Israeli-Egyptian disen-
gagement agreement had been
achieved at U.S. initiative and
through Secretary Kissinger's
personal diplomacy. King re-
plied, "sometimes we don't dis-
cuss it"
Another State Department offi-
cial close to the circumstances
acknowledged that Kissinger
knew of the situation on the
Eevniian front last Thursday
while he was preparing to go to
Moscow.
According to a JTA report
from Israel Monday. Kissinger
raised the matter with the Egyp-
tians after it was brought to his
attention by the Israeli Ambas-
sador Simcha Dinitz.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gertner chat with Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Shapiro.
Mrs. Harry Pearlman, Mrs. Joe Hart and Mrs. Julius Darsky
share a smile. _______
Miami Chapter of Hadassah Hosts
Oneg Shabbat Honoring Associates
regular meeting Monday at 1
p.m. at the First Federal Bank,
Coral Way and 27th Ave.. Mrs.
Morris Lauretz, president of the
group, announced.
An Oneg Shabbat will be hoot-
ed by the Miami Chapter of
Hadassah in honor of the chan-
ter's Hadassah Associates. Satur-
day, at 1 p.m. in the French
Room of the Point East Audito-
rium. Biscayne Blvd. and NE
177th St.
The program will feature Mrs.
Abraham Tulin, Hadassah Asso-
ciates National chairman, accord-
ing to Mrs. Morris Press, local
chairman.
All current and prospective
LMiami Chapter Hadassah Asso-
ciates and their wives are cordial-
ly invited to attend this gather-
ing.
Mt. Scopus Group will hold its
Mrs. Harold Abbot. Chapter
administrative vice president, will
report on her recent trip to Is-
rael. There will also be an honor
ceremony for fifty-year members.
Aviva Group will meet Monday,
at 10 a.m. at the home of Mrs.
Sidney Silverman, 11730 SW 72nd
Ave. Kenneth W. Whittaker. spe-
cial agent In charge of the Miami
F.B.I, office, will be the speaker.
His topic will be "Self Protection
and Crime in the Streets."
P'esident of the Founders, Julius Darsky and dinner-dance
chairman Ralph Levitz pose with their wives. Rose and Beth.
Founders Of Mount Sinai
Celebrate 20th Anniversary
The Founders of Mount Sinai
Medical Center culminated a year
of fund-raising activity with a
gala dinner dance marking their
20th anniversary at the Fon-
tainebleau recently.
A total of 39 new Founders,
contributing over $2,500,000 to-
wards a 535.000.000 goal, were
recognized and honored by fel-
low Founders as well as by mem-
bers of the medical center's
Board of Trustees.
The new Founders, who each
dona'ed no less than $50,000 to
Mount Sinai, were presented with
plaques by Jerry Blank, chairman
of the Development Fund Com-
mittee and Edward Shapiro, presi-
dent of Mount Sinai.
Julius Darsky. president of the
Founders, addressed the 459
guests and spoke on the impor-
tance of the generosity and dedi-
cation of the Founders to the
future of Mount Sinai.
Board member* inc'iitlin" hoft".
man Max Orovitz, Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, Samuel Friedland, and
Robert Z. Greene were on hand
to greet the Founders. Represent-
ing the medical center were Sam-
uel Gertner, executive vice presi-
dent, and Alvin Goldberg, execu-
tive director. Ralph and Both
Levitz were cochairmen of the
annual event.
The evening was climaxed by
an announcement that Mr. and
Mrs Theodore Baumritter would
donate the Institute of Nuclear
Medicine at Mount Sinai.
Those who became Founders of Mount S:-
nai Medical Center during ihe p.ist veer
received plaques at the dance. Included
wsre. from left-to right, (standing) Herman
Rubin, Norman Broad, Lloyd Ruskin, Syd-
ney Rudolph, Stanley Aikin, Norm, a Ark n,
Mrs. Max Cogen, Alexander Sirkin, and
Ralph Leviiz; (seated) Mrs. Herman Rubin,
Mrs. Bing Kossoif. Henry Silbert, H. J. ijerry)
Joseph, Nathan Fishman, and Mrs. Jerrold
Goodman.
Mt. Sinai Medical Center Founders and
spouses included, from left, (standing) Ted
Baumritter and his wife, Florence; Mrs. Wil-
liam Bernstein, and Arthur Pearlman; (seat-
ed) Mrs. Sydney Levison; Mrs. Harry Bar-
nett; Mrs. Norman Brown; Harold Sarko and
his wife, Dr. Mary Louise Sarko, and Dr.
Ralph Cobb.


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*Jewls!hM,'rldrfor
Friday, March 29
Bernard Lang!>erg Serving As
Chairman of B'nai BVith Conclave
Warsaw Ghetto 31st Anniversary Memorial Set
PlflM have been finalized for
the 38th annual convention of
the Florida State Association of
BERNARD LANCIfM
B'mi B'rith Lodjjei in the Deau
\i le Ho!l'1 May 11-13, according
to Bernard I in [b rg, past stati
president, who i- serving as con
vention chairman.
Ira Cate of Hollyw wd wiU b"
i;i-tVI d as the n -w president
succeeding Hen Bu h of SI
Petersburg.
200 del are ex
'Meaning of Aliyah'
Gaiil Chapter. Amer van Mizra
cbi Women, will ho'd a r
meeting at ths Washington Fed
era! B'dg., P33 NE 167th St.. Mon
day a'. 12:30 pin. Dr. Reiibe*
Efrom will speak on lfe in I-
rae'i and 'he meaning of Aliyah
A film w*U b? shown and discu
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director. Hillel Foundation of
North Carolina; Joseph Robbie of
the Miami Dolphins; Theodore
Friedman, director of the Anti-
Defamation League's National
Community Service Committee,
and Louis Ossinsky. Jr.. presi-
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5, B'nai B'rith. which encom-
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Workmen's Circle Branch No.
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of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the
Washington Federal. 639 NE
167th St.
The service will start with a
candle lighting ceremony follow-
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songs of the Warsaw Ghetto.
Guest speakers will include
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*JewisiiFk)ridltaF
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Israel Bonds Events Honor
Greater Miami Residents
Mrs. Edith K&Mtler and Philip
A. Zelevansky will be honored
by the Israel Bond Organization
Tuesday at the Star Lakes "Night
in Israel" in North Miami Beach
according to Paul Seaman, chair
man.
They will receive the State of
Israel Scroll of Honor for their
efforts in fortifying the economic
foundations of Israel.
Mrs. Kinstler, a Woman of
Valor, has been a member of
Hadassah for over 40 years and
presently serves as president of
the Ein Kercm group in North
Miami Beach. A native of Brook-
lyn where she was actively in-
volved in fund-raising efforts for
cancer research projects, Mrs.
Kinstler is a member of the
board of the Star Lakes condo-
minium.
Zelevansky, financial secretary
of the Maimonides Lodge of
B'nai B'rith, is secretary' of the
Agudath Achim Congregation in
North Miami Beach. A past chan-
cellor and deputy of the Knights
of Pythias in Brooklyn, N.Y.. he
i9 cochairman of the Sunshine
Committee Men's Club.
MR. and MBS. IfON SRAGO
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Srago will
be honored by the Israel Bond
Organization with the Scroll of
Honor at the Corinthian "Night
in Israel" to be held Thursday.
April 4.
The Sragos. who were married
in Palestine in 1934, spent near-
'v 30 years in Oklahoma City
where they were closely identified
with every aspect of Jewish com
munal life. Since moving to South
Florida, they have become active
members of Temple Beth Sholtmi
and the Corinthian Social Club.
Serving as chairman of the
Corinthian Israel Bonds event i-'
Ely Goldstein; William Chersky
and Harry Harrison are cochair
men.
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The Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization held two "Nights in
Israel" Thursdayat the Buck
ley Towers and Galahad Dade
condominiums.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Stone were
honored at the Buckley Towers
event; Harry Penner and Sam
Portnay at Galahad Dade. They
received the State of Israel Scroll
of Honor for their continued sup-
port of Israel's economic develop-
ment.
Stone, past president of the
Buckley Towers Social Club, is
chaplain and a charter member
of the Friendship Lodge of B'nai
B'rith. Mrs. Stone, president of
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Jack Leeb was chairman of the
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Friday, March 29, 1974
Landow Yeshiva Center Plans
Pre-Dedieation Celebration
More than 1.000 people are ex-
pected io attend a gala celebra-
tion Sunday at 6 30 p.m in th?
new Landow Yeshiva Center,
Ohoiei Torah School. Beth Chana
School at 12th Street and Alton
Road.
The new facility, which ll
mo*) c unplete and will house the
< 1 i Tor^h School for Bo> -
the Beth Chana School for G
i- 1 icaiel on Alton Road <
from Flamingo Park.
The pre-dedication cerem 1
v i'l herald the completion of the
first stage of the building and
will give all of the peop
Greater Miami Jewish communi-
ty the opportunity to se the
most modern school facility
entlj available in the United
State -.
Special tours will give the par-
ticipants the opportunity to view
th latest t>!"c of educational
facility, including the furniture,
c'ass styles and a unique build-
in::, which gives the children both
individual chis-room training and
a'.so the feeling of freedom and
evenness (as opposed to tiie
closed feeling of walls) with
every classroom opening onto a
courtyard porch.
The Ohoiei T-i.-ah School for
many years has catered to in-
dividualized Instruction, with a
very low teacher-student r
T.5 ltllr
...
education for both the secular
and Hebrew departments. Con
pled with the excellent physical
facility, which will be un<
Sunday, this will make a land
mark contribution to the South
rn United States educational
system.
According to Rabbi Sholoni n
I.ipskar. principal of the Insl tu
tion, Melvin S. Landow, chairmai
,,: the executive commHt
the schorl and main benefactor
will make the key presentation
that evening, together with Rabb;
I.ipskar.
A special honorary presenta-
tion will be made to All South
Construction Company for its
magnanimity and generosity in
building the Landcw Yeshiva
Center under the direction of
their president. Charles M. Bet-
tis. Special recognition will also
be given to the C. W. Robbin--
Company and Conrad W. Robbins
for the extreme care and atten-
tion that they have put into the
interior decoration of the school,
using the finest and latest equip-
ment.
Morton Mayberg. president of
the school, said. "This will be the
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Consul General Lew To Be
Principal Luncheon Speaker
& nsul Gen m-p Shlonw Levy,
i l's chii i
the South >a ti in Uniti
-
MRS. LB ON KRONISH
will be the principal speaker
Tuesday at the annual si i
ship luncheon of the Women's
Division of th.> American Friends
of the Hebrew I Diversity in the
Eden Roc Hotel. The event, w
is open to the general public for
a minimum contribution of 'I 0,
will benefit the newly-established
Veteran Scholarships Fund of the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Reservations for the event may
be made at the offices of the
American Friends. 605 Lincoln
Road Building. Mrs. Lewis E.
Zorn is chairman of the luncheon,
with Mrs. Florence Feldman,
director of the Women's Division,
serving as coordinator.
The Veteran Scholarships Fund
will enable veterans of the Israel
Defense Forces who participated
in the Yom Kippur War last Oc-
tober to enter or reenter the He-
brew University even though
they may lack sufficient funds
for either tuition or maintenance,
or both.
A majority of Hebrew Univer-
sity students in the past have
worked their way through college
with full or part-time jobs, but
these seem out of the question
because the students must attend
the university on a year-round
basis in order to make up for
time lost during and since the
latest Arab-Israel conflict.
Consul General Levy assumed
his post, which includes all of
Florida and six other Southeast-
ern states, shortly before the out
break of the Yom Kippur War.
He previously served Israel in
senior diplomatic posts in Hun-
gary, Italy, France and Great
Britain, where he headed the con-
sular section of the London em-
bassy.
Prior to settling in Israel, Levy
was an active Zionist in Europe,
specializing in publishing. He
edited a Zionist journal and pub-
lished many well-known books on
Jewish and related subjects.
Soon after he immigrated to
Israel following World War II.
Levy enlisted in the Israeli army
After discharge, he joined the
Aliyah (immigration) department
of the Jewish Agency for Israel.
In 1957, he joined the Ministry
for Foreign Affairs.
He served in the finance divi-
sion and headed the Departments
of Organisation and Administra
tion and Personnel Training. His
last position was as deputy head
of the Consular Division of the
Foreign Ministry.
Levy attended the Hebrew Uni-
- versity of Jerusalem and .other
universities hi Europe and Israel.
cancel tr Ing on political science
".in ,: the op ;nl is hours of
the Yom Kippur War, Consul
Genera] 1 evy accompanied Sen.
i ird Gurney, senior U.S.
Senator for Florida, on an mten-
Bive tour ol Dade and Broward
synagogues in behalf of Stale of
Israel Bonds.
Mrs. Leon Kronish. president
of the Women's Division, will re-
turn from Israel this week and
report on her visits to the various
campuses of the Hebrew Univer-
sity. She accompanied her hus-
band. Dr. Kronish, who is nation-
al campaign cochairman for Israel
Bonds and an Honorary Fellow
of the Hebrew University of Jeru-
A large number of residents ol Seacoast
Towers West participated in a successful
dinner on behalf of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation's Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund. A 63r; increase in
gifts was reported as a result of the meeting.
Among those helping to stimulate the gen-
erous response were 'lsft to right) David
Richmond, cochairman for the event; Mrs.
Ruth Karshan, chairman of the Seacoast
Towers West CJA-IEF Worr.en's Division;
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lown, guests of honor;
Ben Cutler, Mrs. Theodore Natelson and
William Karshan, cochairmen for the event.
I have learned the horrible lesson that history has carved into our souls.
At places like Dachau. And Munich. And the Sinai Desert.
And that is why I shall not turn my back on Israel's people when they
need me. Not now. Not ever.
I pledge to help Israel's people in the months and years ahead.
Because even though the war is over, Israel's human needs are now greater
than ever. Homes must be built. Wounded men must be rehabilitated.
Fatherless families sustained. Russian immigrants resettled.
The costs are staggering. And at stake is the very survival of a people.
Consider the enclosed check a part of my commitment to help the people
of Israel survive.

My nome is
My address is
My check is enclosed for
I am one with the people o( Israel.
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 1974
Combined Jewish Apped and Israel Emergency
Fund Campaign.
4200 Biscayne Boulevardt Miami, Florida 33137
Phone: 576-4000
V\te are one.


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Checking details of the annual "Binyan-brick Luncheon" of
the Hebrew Academy Women, (held Wednesday at the
Eden Roc Hotel) are these leaders of the auxiliary of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy (from left) Mrs. Leonard
Ad'er president; Mrs. Samuel J. Grosfeld and Mrs, Al Jaffa.
Bill Baros (left), South Eacb Israel Bonds chairman, and
Leoncrd Luna (right), chairman of the Greater Miami Israel
Bonda Advisoiy Committee, chat with Ambassador Michael
Comay, special adviser to Israel's Ministry for Foreign Af-
fairs, a\ a cocktail reception held Mar. 14 at Kings Eay
Yacht ai.d Country Club Comay is touring the United
States en behaii of the SI billion Israel Pouds campaign.
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Edith Aronovitz,
Michael Genden,
Wed March 23
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Edith K. Aronovitz, daughter
of the late Mayor Abe Aronowitt
and Mrs. Dorothy Sagman. 2450
S\V 2nd Ave.. became the bride
of Michael A. Genden in a cere-
mony conducted by Rabbi Max
Shapiro at Both Kodesh Congre-
gation Saturday, March 23, at
8:30 p.m.
The bridegroom is the son ot
Mr. and Mrs. David Genden of
2735 SW 34th Ct.
Attending the couple were
Doial Genden and Robert
Genden.
The bride attended Stevens
College for Women, earned a
Bachelor of Arts at the Univer-
sity of Florida and a graduate
degree at the University of
Texas.
Her husband is an attorney
and received a BA and his de-
giee in law from the University
of Miami.
New address for the couple
will be 4174 Birgranza Ave.,
Coconut Grove.
Sharon Andors.
Louis Herskoivitz
To Marry in Jam

Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Andors
of Brookhaven, NY., announce
the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Sharon Greer Andors, to
s Jack Herskowitz, of 4900
i4th PI. Miami.
The wedding will take place
June 16. in the bride's home in
New York
A reception is planned to fol-
low the garden ceremony.
Sharon is a December graduate
of the University of Miami, and
is presently a Creative Assistant
at Home. Smith, and Mickelberry
Advertising Agency in Miami.
Louis, a graduate of Emory
University, Atlanta, will graduate
from the University of Miami
Medicine School in June. He and
his bride plan to live in Wash-
ington, D.C.. where he will com-
plete his medical internship.
A musical treat is in store for
residents of the Miami Jewish
Home and Hospital for the Aged
Sunda\'. Tony
Simone will af-
ter a group of
operatic arias
as well as a
program of
songs in Yid-
dish, Spanish
and English.
Also featured
will be Sandra
Shaw on the
accordion. Si-
mone will also
be spotlighted
in a Passover concert Saturday,
April 13, at the Surfside Com-
munity Center. Tony will offer
operatic duets with I.uz Morales.
There will also be comedy by
Hy Davis, show tunes by Tony
Piner, baritone, and piano selec-
tions by Kay Sestock. Roy Oliver
Conceit and Dance Orchestra will
furnish the music for dancing,
Tony Simone
An enterprising and sincere
group of students at Mi am;
Community College have organ
ized The Jewish Student FeDon
ship at the Downtown Campus.
Basically a social club, real ob-
jective is "to maintain its iden-
tity of Jewish Students on Cam-
pus." Founder is Ezra Landau.
nreskkut is Jerry Burstyn and
Roy Thomas Spivack is serving
as vice president. Also on the
membership roster are Annette
I*vitt, Sevmour Finkelstein and
David Morgen.
First major function for the
little group was a Purim Festi-
val with all the traditional re-
freshments, reading of the Mi .
lah and groggers. Having laur
the group with hish ideals
purpose, the members a
ious to hear from othei stud
at the Downtown Campus
would like to join them. R y
Spivack is the man to com
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Aiiza Kashi, considered by some as one of the most beau-
tiful women in the entertainment industry, will appear with
a full orchestra and an all-star cast Saturday at the Miami
Beach Auditorium., undsr the sponsorship of the Miami
Beach Chapter of Hadassah. Appearing with the raven-
haired linger for this one-night performance will be night-
club comedian Eddie Bartcn, known for many years to
mi iences throughout the world as half of the "Bartcn Bros."
t>:r.-.. Tickets for the 3:30 p.m. shew are available at the
auditorium's box office and Ticketrcn locations in all Sean
and Jefferson stores.____________________
4 Leaders of Academy Women To Be
Honored as Women of ValorMav 7
Foundation Cites
William Lehman
Congressman William Lehman
(D.. Fla.) was honored by the
Juvenile Diabetes Foundation for
"his tireless efforts in support of
legislative action to fund diabetes
research" March 19 at a meeting
in the Mailman Center for Child
Development.
The Foundation cited Lehman's
sponsorship of H. R. 1693, a bill
to expand and advance the na-
tional attack on diabetes. The
measure would authorize S103
million for research over the next
three years.
"The annual cost to the
economy each year due to
diabetes ... is estimated at S2
billion." Lehman told the Sub-
committee on Public Health and
Environment recently.
"The Federal allocation for 1974
for diabetes programs will be
a little over 37 million. This is a
decrease of almost a million dol-
lars from 1970." Lehman said in
explaining why he is sponsoring
the me a iiuv.
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Four leaders of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy will be
honored May 7 at the Eden Roc
Wometco Theatre*
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THE STING
when the Hebrew Academy
Women hold their annual Wom-
' Valor luncheon.
Those to be designated as
Women of Valor for 1974 are
Mrs Carl Brandes, Mrs. Rachel
K ill Laufer, Mrs. i : t:. Louis Schwartz I
Announcement of the honor-1
s mad iV< Ine daj by Mrs
Leonard Adler, president of the
H >brew Academy Worn in. Res-
, vations for the luncheon nu>
aade at the office of the or-
.on on the main campus
of the Miami Beach school. 2400
Fine Tree Drive.
The Hebrew Academy Women
is the principal fund-raising aux-
iliarv of the Greater Miami He-
brew Academy, a beneficiary-
agency of the Greater Miami
Jewisii Federation.
Hear! Institute Soiree
Miami Heart Institute will hold
a "Soiree" at the "Top of the
N ck on the ninth floor of the
E. Sterling Niehol Pavilion.!
Thur day, April 18.
Dr. David A. Nathan, who de-!
veloped the Synchronous Pace j
m '- r in a clinical research
p -t at Mount Sinai Medical
and the Miami Heart In-
stitute, will speak on "Living
Electrically with Pacemakers."
Dr. Nathan organized the first
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Friday, March 29, 1974
More than 100 persons demonstrated their solidarity with
Jews throughout the world a. a recnt Purta Luncheon held
on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Federations 1974
Comb "ed Jewish Appeal-taa.1 Emergency Fund. Among
fcc*responsible ior the meeting, which was organizedM
he Chn m V/eizmcn Branch of Farbond Labor Ziomst Alk-
lCeand resulted in a 75% giving increase were, hem
kMo right, (seated) Ambassador Yaacov Moms, member
of t'e Israe'i d^a:;t,n at the United Nations and guest
Lake! for the defy; Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader
o' Tempi- Emanu-El, and Bernard Furman; (standing^ Mox-
,, general chairman cf the 1374 CJA-'EF, and
Levin, chairman of th> event. ________
acflii
Levy Named
Chairman
'74 Program
r, a. (Hap) I v|cf
pre Ident of Temple Emanu-El.
been named general chair-
man of the 1974 Lehrman Day
. i Scholarship Prog am.
,...,, accept-
B, tade W idnesday by
Samuel N. Friedland and .Judge
;i rbert S. Shapiro, chairman of
the board and president, respec-
tively, of the Miami Beach syna-
gogue.
The Lehrman Day School, a
Conservative Hebrew day school,
was named in honor of Dr. In inn
Lehrman, rabbi of Temple
Emanu-El, five years aeo during
the celebration of his 25th anni-
veisaiy as spiritual leader.
This year, the Lehrman Day
School Scholarship Ball has been
mc'.sed with the April 20 dinner
and dance at the Diplomat Hotel
which will mark the rabbi's 30th
anniversary with the congrega-
tion. Levy said.
Levy is president of the Great-
er Miami Chapter of the Amer-
ican Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, a Founder of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem, a mem-
ber of the Century club of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and an Honorary Fellov of
the Greater Miami Hebrew Aca I-

As vidweed by then generous contributioM at a recent
Miami Beach CJA-H3F "parlor m:etir.g. members cf the
Women's Division believe in their role in he.pmg to build
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PATRIf IA F KlCHTMAN
Patricia Sue, daughter of Mr.
ad Mrs. Morris Fruchtman. will
Icome Bat Mitzvah Saturday,
arch 30. at Temple Emanu-El.
[The eel brant will be honored
|th a luncheon in the Friedland
illroom. Her grandparents, Mr.
Bd Mrs. Charles Fruchtman and
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Earl Harvey, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Irwin Lechowitz. will be
called to the Torah as a Bar Mitz-
van. Saturday. March 30, at Beth
Kodesh Congregation.
A graduate of the Hebrew
Academy, Eail is an homr stu-
dent at Southwest Preparatory
School.
A reception will be hold in
Temple Emanu-E.'s Friedland
Ballroom Saturday evening. In
attendance will be Earl's grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Lechowitz and Mrs. Julius Kra-
tish of Miami Beach.
JOEL BRITON
Saturday morning services at
Temple Beth El will include the
Bar Mitzvah of Joel Keith, son
oi Mr. and Mis. Jack Britan,
March 30.
Joel is a seventh grade student
at the American Heritage School.
Mr. and Mrs, Britan will host
the Onog Shabbat Friday eve-
nil'.1!. Am sts v ill n I e
celebrant' maternal grandfather.
Jo.-eph Snitow of Marvista, Calif-
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kales, Mr.
and Mrs. Albeit Benjamin, Mr. |
and .Mrs. Leon Glassner and fam-
ily. Mrs. Eve Levine of Skokie.
111.. and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Gomberg of Highland Park, 111.
JEFFREY WEISBEBG
Jeffrey Scott, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jay Weisb srg, will become
a Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah
Congregation Saturday morning.
March 30.
The celebr.inl is in the seventh
grade at John F. Kennedy Junior
High School where he is a mem-
ber of the Student Council, and
is in the fourth grade class at
Beth Torah Harold Wolk Reli-
gious School where he has been
on the honor roll for four years.
Mr. and Mrs. Weisberg will
fete their son at the Kiddush.
Among guests will be his grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Weis
berg of Miami Beach, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Stadlen of Holly-
wood, and his great-grandmother.
Mrs. Rebecca Kaminsky of Ma>
achu*etts.
RICHARD WALTER MAN
Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Walterman o: Miami will
celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Tife cth Israel on Satur-
day. March 30.
The o.'.: r ml .- a student at
Palm Spri Junior
School.
Richard's parents will honsr
him ,-.: the K Idush foilowin .
cerem I a: ;, recepti
the <" I their home.
STEVEN ZUCKERMAN
St- ven, son of .Mr. and Mrs
Melvin Zuckerman. will cviebratn
his Bar Mitzvah during 8:30 a.m.
services at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion Saturday, March 30.
Steven is in the -cventh grade
at John F. Kennedy Junior High
School where he is listed on the
honor roll.
The celebrant will b: honored
at the Kiddu.-h fo..Owing the 0 t
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grandparents. Mr. and Mrs
Meyer Zuckerman. and Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Horowitz.
STUART STRAUSS
Stuai t. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Norman J. Strauss, will become
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.March 30, at Temple Menorah,
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Reubin Askew accepts the Anti-Defamation League's
biard L. Abess Human Relations Award from its founder,
piard Abess, as Jack Kassewitz, (left) ADL Regional
rd chairman, looks on. The honor was givsn to the
^ernor for his substantial contribution to the well-being of
citizens of Florida in the field of intergroup relations.
^ceiving the State of Israel Masada Award at Sunday's
74 Morton Towers Israel Dinner of State were Mr. and
Hrs George Shaeffer (left) and Mr. and Mrs. Maurica Kutz
fight). Making the presentation on behalf of the Greater
liami Israel Bond Organization was Rabbi Harry Jolt. The
Shaeffers and Kutzes were honored for their outstanding ef-
forts in fcitilying the economic foundations of Israel through
the Israel Bonds campaign.
r*
Mapping plans for the Lehrman Day School Scholarship
prcgram are, (from left) Mr. and Mrs. Harry (Hap! Levy and
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Buchwald, officers of Temple Emar.u-
El Levy is gen:-ral chairmen of this year's Scholarship
Prcgram, which raises funds necessary to provide scholar-
ship assistance to a majority of the students at the Lehrmor:
Day School, largest Conservative Hebrew day school in
thfe South.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THS
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE HQ. 74-8110
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
DOROTHY SCHEMER,
Plaintiff,
V8.
VIOLETTE .1. STANLEY and. if
married,-------------------------STANLEY,
hr husband, w 0, STANLEY and,
if married. ------__------STANLEY,
his wife, and
DOROTHY STANLEY CARNES,
anil if mnrriud ------------------ CARNE8,
her husband.
Defendant!
TO: VIOLETTEJ STANLEY and, if
marrlrrt. ------------------ STANLEY,
her husband
whose Riven name is unknown
Residence Unknown
W, 0, BTANLEY. and, if married
-------------------Stanley, liis wife,
whose given name Is unknown
Residcm,- Unknown
DOHOTHY STANLEY CARNES,
ami if married,
--------------CARNES. her husband,
Minis,- given name is unknown
Residence i inknow n
Beginning at the BE corner of the
BE ', cif the BE U thence West
711.7.1 feel i.i I'.iini i,f P.egiunlng,
tbence North 330 feel West 132
feet, South 130 feet, East lit feet
to ihe Point of Beginning, less the
South :;.". feel of Section .':'.. Town-
ship 56 South, Rangi 39 East ly-
ing and being in Dade County,
Florida.
YOU AND BACH OP YOU are no-
tlfled thai a suil to quiet cloud on
the title of the above described prop-
erty has been filed agalnsl you, and
you are hereby required i" serve e
copy to qulel title mi plaintiff's attorneys
and file the original In the offli e ol
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the I day "f May, 1974 In
default "f which the Complaint will
be laken as confessed by you.
DATED this 26 day "f March, 1974,
RICHARD P BRINKER,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
i lad. County, Florida
By v. J MAFPUCCI
IVputv Clerk
MARX M. FABER, ESQ.
Attorney fur Plaintiff
n.-, Alnaley Building
Miami. Florida 33132
Telephone: 373-6364
3/29 4/5-13-19
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business und.-r the fictitious name "I
JOEL HARVEY ASSOCIATES at
P.O Bo* 130611, "iu- 33163 intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of bade fount v.
Florida.
JOEL HARVEY SELTZER
3 15-33-29 4 5
LEGAL NOTICE
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. 74-6388
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
The Marriage
LYDIA A. WILLS.
Wife
and
DANNY LEE WILLS,
Husband
TO:
DANNY LEE Wll-I S
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai : > action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on
M. LESTER BAAL attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address Is 36 Weal
Plagler Street, Suite 1011, Miami.
Florida 33130, and file the original
with the clerk "f the al ove si \ led
, ourl on or i" fore May 1, 1974: other-
wise a default will lie enter, d against
you for ih* relief demanded In the
comnlalnt or petition.
This notice shall be published once
eaeh week foi four consecutive weeks
in TDK JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the -
said court ai Miami. Florida on this
16 das of March, 1974
RICHARD P. BRINKER,
As Clerk. Circuit Courl
i lade County, Florida
Bj A .1 BIVAS
As Deputy CUrk
(Cireuit Court .Seal)
M. LESTER BAAL
Attornej tor Petitioner Wife
4 5-12-19
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. 74-6579
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
ALLEN R. 1-HIl.I.irs
Husband
and
DOROTHY I. PH1LL1TS
Wife
TO: DOROTHY t PHILLIPS
2S4H Longvlev,
Baginaw, Mich.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
yon are required to serve b copy of
your written defenses if any. to It
mi Stanley k Goodman, attorney for
petitioner, whose address la 3688 N'.W.
62nd Street. Miami. Florida, and file
ihe oriclnal with the clerk of the
ii...\ a st \ (. l courl on or before
April 38. 1974: otherwise a default
will i" entered against you for the
relief demanded In the complain) or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in '; HE .1 EWISH Fl i ilill dAN.
KlfHAHI") P BRINKER,
As Clerk Circuit Curt
Dade Countv. Florida
B) C. P. COPELAND
As Di puty Clerk
11 'ircull Court s ial)
Stanlej E Goi dman
3688 N.W, 62nd Street
Miami. Florida JS147
Attorney for Petitioner
- 15-52-29 4 7,
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious mime ol
AIMEE GROCERY at 334 East I'th
Street. Hlaleah, Florida 33nm in-
tend to register said name with Ihe
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Courty, Florida.
Rolando distuio sn~,
6"4fi N W. 197th Street
Miami. Florida
Claudio A. Reclo 50*
342 East 12th Sttect
Hlaleah. Florida
3/15-22-29 4/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MARINE COATING CORP. d b a
TECHNICOLOR at SOBS N.W, 4'iih
Street. Miami. Florida 33142 intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
MARINE COATINGS CORP
!_____________ 3/15-22-29 4/5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
tli undersigned, desiring to engage In
Liis inest under th< flct u me of
RENTEX al 29 B Blvd.
Miami Intend ;.. n I name
with the Clerk the Circuit i "ourt
. f Dade Count) Floi
RENTAL INFORMATION SERVICES
David Stone
Attoi iw for Applicant
|i i N.W 12th -\
Miami
- '52-29 4 5-J2
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is hereby given that the
Corporatloni listed below desire to
engage In business under the fi.tltious
,. ,,.. o| "Fl ii ii i SPI IT" at the ad-
areagea Indicated below and such cor-
porations intend to rei name
with the cietk o, the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
DATED al .Miami. Florida this 21s
February. 1974.
First n .\- c Corporation
74 to R< d Road
South Miami. Florida
and
7ni North Kendall Drive
Miami. Florida
Orove n ft C Corporation
- ." b rd Road
Miami, Floi I
Food Bpol =t. Inc
6701 Blscayne Blvd.
Miami. Florida
Food Snot "-, Inc.
4:' \v .!- Pis e
i Florida
i Snot 8, Inc.
4373 N.W. Tih Street I
Miami, Florida
Pood Bpol 49 Inc.
ad
Miami Florida
Food Spot 3I". Inc.
18S1 Douglas R
Miami. Florida
i.-, ,i snot ='.' Inc.
SOS N E 125th Street
N Mlam Florida
Knell Spot *14. Inc
1S01 s IV 87th Avenue
Miami. Florida
Fool Bpol ='". Inc,
9811 North Kendall Drive
Miami. Florida
Food Bpol *16, Inc.
2041 : 11.-' 'ul ler I a
Miami. Florida
Food Snot =i: Ii
'i- dal Di ive
:. Florida
Food Spot s>1 Inc.
8775 sir. Iirlve
Miami Floi
I".....i Spol ='" Inc.
108 II X K 18th Avenue
Miami. Florid i
Food Sie.t *>20, In--.
18150 N. E. -'.ih A>
Miami. Floi da
Food Bpol No 22, Ine.
18815 West Dixie Highway
Miami fOiusl, Florida
Food soot =.'.'. Inc
1891 X E 14Mh Street
Miami. Florida
Food spot 21. Inc.
784B Bird Road
Miami. Floi Ida
Food Bnot2R. Inc.
Kines Bay Shopping renter '
1447:. s Dixie Highway
Miami. Florida
Food Snot No 2fi. Inc
P s No l and s 334th street 1
Homestead. Florida
-'.,! No 27. Inc
:4a:> S.W. 107th Avenue
Miami. Florida
Food Spot No j'i. in. oi i>oratd
"=;n ftrtftin oad
Davle. Florida
I-o-.d Spot No. 2S. Inc.
541 a S. State Road No 7
1 Fort 1-audcrdale. Florida
Food Spot Management Corporation I
7.1- ptird ",. ,|
Miami. Florida
PMKMAN ENGELS
Attorneys for Applicants
1 11 n ii,.|| Avenue
Suile 608 '
Miami. Florida
Bs Bruce Bar! n Pa kmnn
:: 8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name
of I a Belle Interiors at 8i>1 N.W. tilth
Street. Miami 33188 Intends to register
said name With the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court 01 Dade County. Florida.
I ia\ Id liaylook
3'8-15-22-2
LEGAL NOTICE
[IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-1658
In RE. Estate ol
WILLIAM HASPEL
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
i lima or Demands Against Said
I I
You are hereby notified and re-
I quit-.I to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
Is. .-state ,,f WILLIAM HASPKI. d.--
I ceased late of Dade County. Florida.
Circuit Judges of Dade County.
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes. In their offices In the Coun-
ts Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida within four calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same Will be barred.
!' "ed at Miami, Florida, this 37 day
01 .1 !!-., a D. 1974.
ZEV W. KOC.AN
As Executor
i-1 Lincoln Rd., Miami Reach Ha.
First publication of this notice on
-'.< day of March. 1974. __.
CAIDIN, ROTHENBERO. KOGA.N
& KORNBl.I'.M
by ZEV W. KOGAN. ESQ.
1 -r.ey for estate of William Haspel
4;a Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach Ha1/.
FICTITIOUS NAME
The undersigned Intenda to
tl,,. fi.tttious HiAI-EAH
SPEEDWAY and GMRA.
GREATER MIAMI
RACING ASSOCIATION,
a non-profit Florida
corporation
William T. Fllngos, President
IS I 5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREUY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CURAPIES SHOE STORE and PEL-
ETER1A CURAPIES at 232U N.W
38th Street. Miami. I'ade. Florida In-
tends 10 register said name With th
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.
County. Florida.
RAMON I.OPEZ Interest ]'";'
3* S-l^~***
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
vi.-l ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name- 01
MARSHALL majora RES I Al -
RANT, MARSHALL majors AP-
PETIZERS. MARSHALL MAJORS
,'ATKRERS. MARSHALL MAJORS
DELICATESSEN and MARSHALL
MAJORS DELI at ms^iiih
.MAJORS DELI at H'.'OI S U 5;th
Ave Red Road. Coral Gables, Florida
Intends to register saldinames with
the Cl.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County n-^,ALL g MAJ0R. 1NC.
I^.>n Kaplan. Atty.
1428 Brlckell Ave.
Miami. Florida 33131 ^ ^^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74-6541
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
i\" RE the Marriage of
CARL A JOHNSON
Hu.'and.
!'. mer
atei
DORIS JOHNSON
w ife.
Respondent ___
TO- DORIS JOHNSON
, r,. ddence It unknowio
Yol ARE HEREBY notified that a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed agalnsl you and you are
hereby r-ciuired to serve a cony Of
I your answer or other pleading to the
Petition on the Husband'a attorney.
mux J GALLAQHER, whose ad.
^ress is 1454 N.W Pth AvmtW. W\.
ami. Florida 13125. ai.l file the orig-
, fnal With the Clerk of the above
. styled Court on or before the MI day
Of April. 1974. or a Default Will be
enter .I against vou.
IiATI'D this s dav of March 1.'.4.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Bv C P. COPELAND
",:'',TVrl3K!^-29 4/5
NOTICE UNDJER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring to enngagi tl
n business under the fictitious name
of THE THYROID CENTKl! a' '
[nterama Blvd., North Miami Beach,
Florida intends 10 register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit I ourl
,,f Dade County. Florida
JOSHUA 1-. STERNBBJRG, U D.. PA.
Morton B Zemel
Attorney for Applicant
|gM N E 19th Ave.
Suite 111
North Miami Beach. Fl 33162
3.3 4/5-11-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN fhat
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fletltloui name
ol c iREER CONSULTANTS Bl 19 w
Flacl.-r Str.-et. ;n2 Biscayne Bu
Miami 331."." Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of 'he Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
Arthur s. Averbook
__________ 3 22-29 4 5-1. I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai |
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business und.-r the fictitious name
of SEVILLE MANAGEMENT at 2!>ni
1 olllns Avenue Miami Bea h, Flo-
rida int.-pd to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
ol Dade ounty Florida.
1 no Klnnis
Theodore Klnnis
Pearl KIpi Is
Arthur M I-owell
Evelyn I^well
CYPEN A NKvins
Attorney! for Seville Management
825 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
3 :'2-29 4 --12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-7030
In RE: Estate of
OSCAR PETRANKER.
decease,I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnsl Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and renutr-
-d to present any claims and demand!
whnh you may have against the
.state of OSCAR PETRANKER de-
, eased late of Dade County. Florida.
to the Circuit Judges Of Dade County
and file ihe same in duplicate and
as provlde-1 in Section 733.18 Florida
Siatut-s. I their offices In the Coun-
Courtho.ise In Dade County, Fln-
NOTICE UNDEr. FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, leslring to engage
In l.u-in.ss u'ider the fictitious naiM
,,f cRESI'O S INTERIORS at 2319
N.W. 27th Ave. Miami. Florida 33141
Intenda to register said name with
th. Clerk "f ihe Circuit Court ot
Dade Countv. Florida.
Luis Cresno 5"1"
Rlcardo Crespo 5"*
3/S-15-22-S9
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name ot
PARTY TIME CARDS A- GIFTS at
3978 Aventura Blvd.. North Miami
Beach Florida 83160 Intend to regis-
ter -cd name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
Kurt J Enser R"^
Amir z. Enser "..
rlda within four calendar month*
from the tine of the first publication
or th^ same will be barred
Filed at Mi.'m Florida, this 13th
dav of March. AD '074.
BARRV D. 3CHREIBER
As Executor
First oublication of this notice on
the 22nd day of March.1 974
BREGER A SCHREIBER
Attorney for Executor
2320 N.E. 163rd Street. NMB. F'j
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business ui.d.-r the fictitious name gr
SEYMOUR WEINSTEIN A ASSOCI-
ATES ai 55J1 S W. 87th Avenue. Mi-
ami. Florida 33li'.r. Intends to regis-
ter said name with the < lerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. 1 lor-
Seymour Welnsteln
3/13-22-29 4/5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage in
business under the fictitious name ol
VENETIAN FLOWER SHOP at NOtj
w vtii Avenue. Hlaleah Horida
33014 Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv, Florida.
Migda Ascano
Orestes Morales >n6.M.M 4^
_ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to ngage In
business ander the fictitious name-of
NI-ELEN BRICK DECOIt.-vTION
COMPANY at 2141 B.W. 14th Terrace.
Miami. Florida tSU5 li.t.-nds to reg-
later said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
Ntoholos Bjno itM t/f


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Friday. March 29. 1974
bituaries
STURMAN
UU.I [AM, 55, of It B? 81
i...... ,i awaj Pridaj n. had man
In Miami for the pasj
mlng rrom N Si.C Mr stur-
d rel...... as Pounder and
pasl i .. nldenl of Ford Shades and
\\ as mii acllt m. mbi
of Hi. I"" 'lui. of Miami. He If Ui
Kit, Belma, d lUghters.
. Baston and .Mrs Ellene
. .v. ami, < brother
of s Yl- slsteri
Mrs, Adele Jaraslow ol N.Y.C., Mr*
Ruth i.vi '';>' r*..;
, hIM. Service* were held Sunday al
Cordon Funeral Home with Inter-
mi .who Cemetery.
soles. Frieda sun. 57, of Miami
weintraub. Samuel. Bl, of Miami
Beach. Riverside.
ZEGER. Simon, 58, "t Miami Beach.
i lordon.
LUTRIN Juliu.-. II, "f Miami.
Riverside. Interment Star ol
Village! Riverside Interment Star
of David.
KAHAN. Harold. 74, of < h';.f" .,
YAPKOWITZ, Dura. n. "1 .....' esl
SCHWARZ, Lillian Rcrglda of Minml
David.
Ave. Riverside. ,
HOLTON, Kirhard (Dick) K. 3. of
Pembroke Pines. Riverside
BROWN, It. si. SS. of Miami Reach.
Riverside. Interment Mt. Sins'
ORNITZ. David H of Miami. Rlver-
pTnSKER. Bessie, It. Ol Plantation.
Riverside Interment Mt. Slnnl.
PICKLES. Fannie. 75, of Mlnmi
Beach. Riverside.
GOLDSTEIN. Mrs ROSS B '
of Miami Beach. Newman. Inter-
m-nt Mt Nebo.
Riverside.
STEUER, Fanny of Miami Reach
VVEINTRAUB. Samuel. 85. of Miami
Beach, Riverside. _. .
BRODSKY. Ella. 72. of Miami Beach.
Riverside ... .
BRODSKY. Sam. 75. of No. Miami
Beach. Newman. ,.
HOLLANDER. Jenny. 63. of Miami.
ALEXANDER. Beatrice, S5 of Miami
Beach. Riverside.
COOPER, Bella, W. of Miami Beach.
Gordon Interment Mt. Slnal.
HOROWITZ. Morris. T.evltt.
KUTUN. Rose. 52. of Miami. Riv.r-
side
PHILIPS, Dora Kraus. 11, of Miami
Beach Riverside. Interment Mt.
Nebo,
ROSINSON. David. 75. Gordon.
SAFF1R, William I 7*. of Bay Har-
bor Islands. Riverside.
SHAM. Pearl. 75. of Hollywood,
Gordon.
DERGONSKY, Philip. 75. of Minml
BeAch Newman.
GREENE. Jacob, M ol Miami Beach.
Newman.
KAPLAN. Abraham. 87, of Bsrfslde.
Rlasberg.
baack. Sidney, 74. of Hollywood;
Levitt
BERMAN. Morris. 79. of No. Miami
Beach. Riverside
Cohen, [da y 74. of Hallandale
Riverside.
Palmer's
Miami Monument Compos/
3379 S.W. 8th Street. Miom'
444-0921 444-0951
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CRANDALL. !
GOODMAN. Mi- A
.,11,. t; \ >
KRUCEH. Ji seph, v of I I
,i.
LiPPMAN. Murray,
Rivei '
LURIA, M
(lord
PELE-SKY. T mar.
Levitt.
SOLOVEY. Rosi ; '' J
: ent
Ml Nebo.
LEVINE. Abraham if N Miami
Beach Blasberi
LIEBERMAN. Bi tty W 50, f Mi-
ll in: Beai h. Illvi di
NORMAN, Ethi I, 66, Of U
Beni R
ROBIN. Sam. 6, .'i '..ii Colons ive
Blasbenr,
rothman. Edward W 8S, pi Mi-
ami Beach Bis
SPIRO. Olivia, 15, ot Miami Beach.
Blasbenr. ,
WEINFELD. Helen "6, ol Miami
Riverside
BENNETT. Spencer, 13, Ol Miami
Beach. Newman
GOLD. Sol, 84, of Miami B<
Newman,
LEVY, Al. 71, of Bay Harbor Is-
lands Newman
ABELMAN. Dora. 72. Ol Miami
Beach. Riverside
BASEWITZ. Jose. 76. ol Miami
Beach. Riverside Interment Mt.
Sinai.
FISHER. S. Charles, 77, of Miami
Reach. Newman.
FROMOWITZ, Fannie Ol Miami
Beach. Riverside Interment Mt.
Nebo.
MINK. Anna. 83. of Miami Reach
Riverside
MINKES. Rev. LoUlS. 79, of Miami.
Riverside
SCHULTZ, Dorothy of No Bay
Village; Riverside. Interment lit
Sinai.
STAVIS, Isidore William of Beach.
Blasbenr.
BLOOM. Esther. 96, of Miami
Riverside
LEVITSKY. Herman II, of 11152
s\v l ooth Ave Riverside.
FEIGELES. Max. 72. of No Miami
Beach. Riverside.
GOODSTEIN. Samuel. 81. of Ft.
I-nuderrtale Riverside.
KAPALOW. Rose 77. of Miami
B-nch Levitt Interment Mt Sinai
LUBETKIN. William. 7s. of Miami
Beach. Riverside.
MUSKAT. Fern B of Miami.
OSWALD. William R 14. of Miami
Blasbenr.
BEEKMAN. Pauline. 83. of Miami
Beach Riverside.
GOLDSTEIN. Rose. 69. of Miami
Be-ich Newman Interment Mt.
Nebo.
GREENSPOON. Harry. 62. of Miami
Bench. Newman.
ROTHMAN. Edward W 65. of
Hollvwood. BlasberK.
GOLDMAN. Dora of 2301 Collins
Ave Blasbere.
GOOD. Robert R.. 65. of Ft I aud-
erdate, Gordon. Interment Mt
Nebo
GORMAN. Edward 70 ol Lauder-
Hiie takes. Rli erslde
lfwis Tire .lui..... Miami
Rlveraide.
merenoff. Ramnol 76 of No Mi-
ami Beach Riverside
ROBB'NS I ouls '. 10, Ol Miami
Beach. Riverside.
STERNLIFB. M. mlr 19, of No.
mi ml i'
stone. Bertha, M ol NW Hal
St Riverside.
YOUNG. Louis, Levitt.
GRUBE". S idle, 18. Ol M
Bi.! h i:. rslde
GRuendland. Sad f Mlai
Beach, Newman Inti n
Slnal
MAZURSKY. Lay ol U ami !
berg
pachman. Sadie, 77. ol Miami
Beach. Riverside
SPivack. Jai ob, 2. of 151 NE
GEL.B
MONUMENTS INC.
'-.Open fvery Day Clo>ed Sabbath
V40 SW 57lh Ave. MO 1-8583
f Miomi's Onhy Strictly Jewish
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTV)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DACE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-6110
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: ____
,u:, rig r s8TILIX>,
.in.! \ CASTII IX)
T< I: Jul '
riilor, C
tov "b s-otified
Mar-
u and
y,',u are requlr d "'; "
v ,ur writt. 'i defi any. u
\..... I-" K08S. attorney lot^Pe-
Utloner. whose ttddr. Is 101 N.W
l"li \venue, Miami 1-lornia tllti
. the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or before
,. 12 'I'Ti. otherwise a defauli
W|H be entered airalnai you for the
demanded in the complaint or
netli "ii
This notice shall be published once
each week for tour consecutive weeks
In Tin: JEWISH FLORIDLAN
WITNESS my hand and the leal
Ol said COttTl at Miami. Florida on
daj March. 1*74
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Bv C. P. COPEI~\ND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Adolfo Rosa. Ewiuire
Ml N W 11th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
Attorney for Petitioner ^^j
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIA' C"CUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-7285
In RE: Estate ol
ACKERMAN
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
1U A.... l-l.l..-;'..:.
THE ESTATE Ot SAID
Yi u are hereby notified that a
the last v :
i
uri. Yi.ii are hereby com-
munded v -'' "" "'' '
I the flrsl lb
aid ouri
and show ause I ai you can,. wnj
,,( raH curt IB adnnt-
tlng said will to probate si ould not
pnrevoked.
.! QWYNN PARKER
Circuit Court Judge
RICHARD P, BRINKER i lerk
N'ADINE S JENN1NC -" Deputy < lerk
CAR1 E WESTMAN :
MYER8, KAPLAN. PORTER, et al.
Ai torney
1128 Brickell Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA 33131
publication of this notice on
the 29th day of March. 1974^ 4,.,.,,,,
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-6114
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
OSCAR MATEO
and
ZBNAIDA MATEO
TO: Zenalda Mateo
Residence Unknown
TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
I that an action for Dissolution ot Mar-
i riase has been filed axainst you and
j you are required to serve a copy of
: your written defenses, if any to It
I on Adolfo Koss. Esquire, attorney
: for Petitioner, whose adlress Is 101
l N.W 12th Avenue. Miami. Florida
j 33128. and file the original with the
[ clerk of the above styled court on
or before April 12. 1974: otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at Miami. Florida on
this 5 day of March. 1974.
RICHARD P BRINK Kit
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade Countv, Florida
By C. P. COPEI.AND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
AI ><) 1 TO Kl '>s
111 N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
i 8-15-21-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVIS'ON
PROBATE NO. 74-1777
FRANK B. DOWLING
I.. RE Estate of
SIDNEY M. ZEMON.
'',l'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
r, \' i I
i,.,. -i n ,,i i >emandi Age Said
,,| to pi '"'
which you n
,,., | SIDNEY M ZEMi N de eased
( Dad*. C untv, Florida, ihe
Clri mi Judges ol Dade Count: ind
roe li
. emotion 7JI 14 8 itu-
tii, in the Ii th (
Coirthi ua. C .unty, 1
r months I
llmt ot the flrsl pu 'f-
., the same will be hnrred
., at Miami. Florida, this Slat
lav of Marcl V.D. 1974
DOROTHY C /.km. in
Ai i-'.\.- uti i
Firs! publicale notice or.
the -'!Uh dnv of March, 1974
ARONOVITZ. SILVER* BOOTH
AUome> for ^,''u1,r'1x11l.
Suite 901. AInaley Building ^ ^
3,29 4 5-12-19
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-8025
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
In RE: The Matter of
Adoption of Minor Child by
Stepfather. ___,...
RICHARD LEE PATTERSON.
T ROBERT CARL CHAMBERLMX
81 >4 Water Street
S.-owehagen. Maine .,.,..,,
yOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Adoption has been
filed against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to It on ROBERT H
BI'RNS. Esquire 420 IJncoln Road.
Miami Beach. Florida, attorney for
Petitioner, and file the original with
the Clerk of the above styled Court
on or before May 1st. 1974: otherwise
a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the Peti-
tion.
This notice shall be published once
each and every week for four (41
consecutive w.eks in the JEWISH
FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said Court at Miami. Florida, this
22nd day ol March. \9~*.
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By U SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
ROBERT H BURNS, Esq.
420 IJncoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida ^ ^ ^ j$
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY CIV EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
^business and* the fictitious name
of BtlSan J Garner at t>33 N. E. Ihftn
Street N M B ma intends to register
siid name with the Clerk of the
ctrouR Court of Dade County. Florida.
Susan J. Gonsky s ^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th>- undersimo'd .l.-Mring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
ol BELITB MACHINERY, CO.. INC
at number ir Street, in
the City of Miami. Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of ihe Circuit Court u| Dade County
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 7
day ol March, 1-.74
ROBERT R WHITE President
ROBERT R. WIUTE
1032 duPonl Building

Attorney for Applicant
J --22-29 4'5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ARNOLD MASON at 633 N E
l7th Street NMB 33162 intends to
regurter said name with the Clerk
Ol the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
Arnold Leftick
l/t 4/5-12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-1241
(PARKER)
In RE: Estate of
BENJAMIN O ZIRIN
^'"NOTICE OF PROBATE
Ttr.?^TP^r,^R\^TERESTED
IS THE ESTATE OF SAID DECED-
EyIu are hereby notified that writ-
ten instruments purporting to be_tne
last will and testament and First
Codicil thereto of said decedent have
been admitted to probate in sain
Court. You are hereby commanded
within six calendar months from tne
date of the first publication of this
notice to appear in said ourt and
show cause, if any you can. why the
action of said Court in admitting
wild will and Codicil thereto U> pro-
bate should not stand unrevoked.
J QWYNN PARKER
Circuit Court Judge
RICHARD P. BRINKER. t lerk
By NADINE S JENNINGS
Sff&SSWu HosK.N A
HEILBRONNBR AND KARP. P. A
Attorney for Executor-
!(mi n Blscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida. 33132
First publication of this notice on
the 2th day of March. IM4. 4,5_,2
Monument Oeoler
friendship...
means someone cares
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
Se-.nj !nt let, it Con-mumty jium 1938
0RTH000"
CONSERVS'iVE
_____ REFORM SERVICES
Emanuel Comcn i 19461 I.< Go-don i
Hjir>Goidcr t9S4i Jjmes B Zmor.
TeleprontSU 3S33
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, di siring to engage
in business under the fictitious
ol Bail heater Apartments at 1030
""; Btreel 71 7M I si Bay Har-
nor Drive. :"<00-9S50 East Bay Harbor
Drive la to register sal I nam
with 1 the Circuit Court o?
Dad. County. Florida
me a Tavlti
Tri:
Sole Owner
Nel ''' Im in ,v : 11\ lepn
'.....eys fir Jerome A. ravltg.
Trustee
3'8-lS-2?-^i
Jflemorial Chapel
"JEWISH fUNtPAL D/f.EC.Ott"
LOCAL ANO OUT OF STATa
ARRANGEMENTS
j 947-2790 [
13385 W. DIXIE Hwr. N M.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY C.IVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious, ame of!
ACE FCRN-ITCHE RENTAL 8T8-
TBMS intends to register said name I
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Ploi d i
ALBERTS FlIiNlTCRE
COMPANY. INC
by Samuel Albert, President
Myers, Kaplan, Porter, Levlnaon &
Kenln
By Robert U Shanlro
neys for Anullrant
1423 Brickell Avenue. Miami
____________________________I/1-8-1S-H
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS I1EREHY GIVEN that |
the underslnn.d, desiring to enga
business under the fictitious name >f
COL.LINSWORTH. NIBLBON and
BIEOMEI8TER at number IM SE
Second Street, in the City of Miami.
Florida, intends to register said name
with .the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Of I lade County. Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 11 th
day of March, 1974
CNS FINANCIAL CORPORATION
a Florida corporation
By: W. Meade Colllngsworth.
President
MICHAEL J. GETEI.MAN, ESQUIRE
Attorney for Applicant
126 SE. Second Street
Miami. Florida 33131 -- 358-6191
3/15-22-29 4/5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTHM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-1578
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE: Estate of
MARION ZAHN
i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
"o All Creditors and All Persi Hav-
ing claims or Demands Ag Said
Estate:
You .,r,' herebs n tilled and renuir-
ed to present em in.is
which you may have ajrali
tate if UA1 III N ZAHN di ised late
of 11 oi. i 'ountj. Florida to tl Ch>
, u:- Judges Ol Dad. coui
duplicate an l as provided
. Si S, Florida Statutes, Id
. i 'oui -. Courthouse
in Dade County. Florida, within four
calendar months from the time of the
tlrsl PUbli. i. or the same
w:li be I in
File,i at Miami Florida, thle l.'.th
day ol Mar h AD l74.
RENISE AUDREE ZAHN
a^ Elxecutrix
oubll atlon ol this notice on
the 22nd day d! March. l74.
HARRY ZUKERN1CK
foi Si ecutrlx
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Reach. Fla.
3 '2t-tl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CURCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-1624
J. GWYNN PARKER
In RE: Estate of
HARRY GOODMAN,
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Te All i and A I P. son- Rar-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
fo preaei I any claims and demands
which you mav have against the es-
tate of HARRY Goodman deceased
late of Dade Countv, Florida, to the
Circuit Judges of Dade i 'ou.it
file the same In duplicate nnd as pro-
vided in Section 733.Hi. Florida Statu-
tes in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within four calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 14th
day of March. AD 1974.
First publication of this notice on
the 22nd day of March. 1974.
ARNOLD FEIN
Attorney for Executrix
407 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
Fla. 33139
3/22-29
NOTICE OF ACTION___
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-8274
In RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
RENE FERNANDEZ.
Petitioner
ZOILA ELADIA FERNANDEZ
Respondent
TO-
ZOILA ELADIA FERNANDEZ
Fior Crombet *20
l uerto Padre
%TaRE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dlsso ul n of
Marriage has beer filed against you
I you are required to serve M
ol v.'.u- written defenses, if any. to
on ADOLFO koss Attoi tor
Petltloi r. whose addresi w.
12th Avenue, Miami, Florid
1 mid fl the original It! tni i i-rK
, f the above stj : d i oui I i n oi bi tore
Mav Srd, 1974: otherwl* default
will be entered agalnsl you tor the
. f demanded In the complaint or
petii inn.
Thli notice shall be published once
each week for four coi uth weeK*
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the Ml
, court at Miami, Florida on
this J5th day of March, 197*.
E l! LEATHERMAN,
,s Clerk i !lrcull i 'ourt
i iade County, Florida
(Circuit < 'ourt Seal.
B] C P Cl IPELAND
\ Ii put) I .Tk
.Mm il.F' K' 'SS. Esquire
101 N. W. 12th Avenue
Miami, Florida
Attorney f"r Petitioner
. i J-U-lt
"air.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
th, undersigned desiring to engage in
business under the tltloua name of
Harbor Manor Apartments at 9741-
vi Bast Ha\ Harbor Drive. Bay Har-
bor Islands, Florida M1M intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dude County.
Florida.
Jtrome A. Yavitz
Trustee
(Sole Owner)
Nelson Feldman & Davidson
Attorneys for Jerome A. Yavitz
Trustee
3/8-H-21-1*
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage In
business under the tlctltlous name of
ALLSTATE DISTRIBUTORS at 325
West 75th Place, Hlaleah. Florida
33012 intends to register stid name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
E. M. Segal!
3/15-22-29 4/5
V^


riday, March 29, 1974
vjmvisti FhrHkun
Page '5-C
LEGAL NOTICE
i
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
[Notice IB HEREBY QIVEN thai
|e unddersigm d. desiring to engage
business under the fictitious name
I'STKD V I.A REIJQION Bl u It
LW. 15th St r i"t Miami. Tin. 33165
tends t< register said name with
|e Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad*
punty. Florida.
HEMTO AI.ONso
J/8-15-M-M
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
[NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
be undersigned, desiring t<> engwte in .
[i- ness under ihi- llcutinus name of .
PER INTERIOR at 4455 West 4th
^fcrenuo Hialeah, Florida Intandi to
^Hgi.-.er salrl name With the Clerk of
^fc circuit Court of Dade County,
rlda.
T. reslta Martini I
44S". Went 4th Avenue
Hlaleah. Florida
3, l"-22-?0 4/5
t:
. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLOR'DA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 73-29893
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IBEI. M.I R s KRI '' IER and
\ S. .ALLAN.
Plain.
11 KT B KOL Ml and
------- KOI.AR, her husband
fid Ri IBBRT J- 'SI PH
Alar and dorothy kolar,
[is and if ; ns of
am 'd l u fendants
[dead, their unknown devisees,
lirs. personal represents Ives,
_nt< -. grantei s. oi claimants,
Kerwlse under oi igalnst them
nd any I i ......' '' unknown
,-jtlu Plaint ffi iving or claiming
B liiiw mo rich I till' or interest
Bf tin lands, throuKh, bj, or under
^lld Defendants.
i I.mis
JTC VHH.KT E. KOLAR. 231, New-
Brk Avenue, Brooklyn, New York.
Bid-----------K'iI-M:. her hushand
arid unknown; and if any of tht
ores-aid named Defendants be dead
Bjpeir unknown devisees, heirs, per
BKnal representatives, legatees, tra
BB)s. or claimants, oili.-i undet
BBa'inst them and any person or per-
jar-n- unknown to the Plaintiffs hav
a* or claiming to have any right
BBm or inter, st In the lands, tbrnugh.
bv or under -aid Defendants _____
WioV ARK HKHKI'.V NOTIFIED
tha- action 10 QUIET TIT1.K te
the following property in Dads i oun-
tv, Florida; ___
~Loi ;. li'ock 3 of TROPICAL E8-
TATES. a.-. onlii t to the Rat
I thereof, recorded in Plat B k
I 50 Pace !'S oi the Public Reo
. ords of 1'ade County, Florida.
has hren filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
rltten defense if ans to it on
fi\Ml"EL K SMITH. Attorney lor
Kalntlffs, whose address Is 420 South
?Wxie Highway, Suite 4K. Cora
Qahh Kloii'la. and file the original
- -With the Clerk of the above styled
court on or before the day of April.
5?4 oth.-rwise a default will be en-
tered against you for th. relief de-
landed in 'lie Complaint
This Notice srall be published or.ee
ach week for four consecutive weeks
SthiJewish Flnridinn.
IW1TNBSS rov hand and seal of
O,., ,vutt tins 21 day of February.
","74, RICHARD 1' BRINKER
\- Clerk of sid court
By A J RIVAS
As Deputy Clerk
(Cir. utt Court 8-al>
VON ZAMFT A SMITH
Attorneys for Plaintiffs
42P s,.u.'.. 1'ixie Highway. Mta 4K
Cora, Oabi-s. Florida "',.,..
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY, NO. 74-6222
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
llHItTHA S. JORDAN-
WIFE
AND
J A.NIKS K. JORDAN
HUSBAND
TO: Jamei EC Jordan
Ri ridenee Addr-ss Unknown
You JAMEB K JORDAN, are bn
by notined thai a Petition for Dis-
solution Of Martian, bus been fllel
against you, and you are required
in serv* a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Petition for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage on the wife's attor-
ney, J MAURICE FINKEL. FSQ .
Suite loo, Roberts Building, If \\
Flagler Btreet, Miami, Florida and
file the original Answer or Pleading
iii il.....fflce of ill, Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court on or before the 15th day
of April. 1974. If you fail to do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Petition For Dissolution of
Mam.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDl \N
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
this 5th day of March A D.
1974.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk, circuit court
i i ide County, Florida
By: W TYMTXSKI
I'rnu'v Clerk
fClrcult Court B
.1 MAURICE FINKEL, BSQ
Suite 5 It w Flagler 8tr et
Miami, PI. rida 33130
379-7538-9
Attorney for Plaintiff
I B-1S-22-29
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR-
IDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY CASE NO 74-6625
NOTICE TO DEFEND
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
IN KK THE MARRIAGE OP DEI IA
RAMIREZ ROJAS. WIPE, and NI-
CANOR EDUARDO ROJAS, HOB-I
ItAND.
YOV. Mr. Nicanor Eduanlo Rota- 1"
Ortubre 381, Via Blanca-Maboa. Ha-
bana, Cuba are hereby notified thai
vour wife filed a petition for marriage
dissolution and thai you are r.tiuited
to file your answer ,.r other respOl IV<
Pleading thereto, with the clerk of
thll court, and serve a copy thereof,
upon J C l.aus-.l. 9959 N.W .
Avenue. Miami Florida, your wife's
attorney, on or before 26 April 1974.
otherwise a Pefault for the relief
sought will lie i nten d again you
Dated: March 8. 1974. Miami. Flor-
ida..
Richard P. Hrlnker.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
By: C P COPELAND. D.C
S 15-28-29 l :

NOTICE OF ACTION___
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-6684
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MAKRIAGE
IK PF- THE MAi:KIA'".E OF
JAIl'o ANToNio HKRRERA.
Hushand. Petitioner.
EaOl.KDAD AI.VA'K./. HF.ltltERA.
\\ ifi Resliolldi id
- "f,, Mr- Sol.-diol \han I H-rrera
fc./N;a:'r:n';M;d:^u:;'^;:^;m.
LaaVnr"written def, us.-.-, if any. to it.
K tu-iDLKUM.. BOSTCHIN. attor-
\t>\ v \v l't.i AvcnUf. Miami, Klor-
K and file the original with the
Berk of the abovi styled curt on or
Kor. Ann! 19, 1974 otherwisei a
default Will be entered against >"U
r the relief d.manded in th- oom-
^,,1.0,,;oUceUs0ba.l be published once
e.h vcek for four consecutive weeks
to THE JEWISH Fl.oltll'lAN.
- -W TNESS lliv hand and the seal
o( said court st Miami. Florida on
""-^cV^'^'I'l-lNKEK
As Clerk. Circuit I OUrt
pad.- Count) Florida
lv p, J Wll-SON
as Deputy cierk
Bjfclrcuit Court Seal i
Guila-i iii" Sostclun. Esquire
a^m.V.ri.^;^ .M4-4W)
,,.., for Petitioner .,, ^
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
t NOTICE IS HKRF'IV GIVEN tht :
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
Kiness under the f rt""*"^!fSS
of TREARFRE HOI SB SOI TH
MINIM ART at 7501 E Treasure .
LBrivc. N Hay Village Intends to reg-
tn,r said name with the Clerk of j
th. Circuit Court of Dade County.'
'Florida. _._..
Harry Frankel
David S Kumb'e
Attorney for applicant
,60 Unco.n Rd. ^^ NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADF COUNTY.
C!"IL ACTION NO. 74-1370
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
MITT IE CRACK TIM.MAX
and
Ut'HHV TII.I.MAN
! TO: RORHV TILLMAN
c o i:dward Lockhart
!": ': d \. pnue
Vldlla. rsenrgla
Vot- ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED'hat
I a petition for Dissolution of your Mar-
! riagp has been filed and commenced
' in this rourl and you are required
to serve a copj' of your written de-
fenses if any, to it op Arthur s Da
via Esn attorney for Petitioner
i whose addre *s is 10 West Flagler
Btreet, M I in Blscayne Itiiilding. Mi-
; ami. Ploryta, 3"\V< and file the orig-
' Inal -vlth Hie clerk of the above stvled
court on or before Anrll 19, 1!>74: other-
wise a default will be entered against
you for the relief prayed for in the
complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FU1RIDIAN
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
said court st Miami Florida on this
13 day of March. 1974
RICHARD P BRINKBR.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
Bv B .1 FoV
As Denuty Clerk
fC'reiilt Court Seall
ARTHCR S DAVIS. ESQ.
M no iiisoav, itoiiriln*
Miami. Fin.. Tel: 35S-2350
.1/IR-J3-29 4'5
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QTVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in hus'ness under the ftctltlotiiis name
of I.AW OFFICES OF MARVIN H
CII.I.MAN at number nsflR Biscayne
Boulevard. In the City of Miami.
Florida, intends to reeister said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
Dated at Miami Florida, this 1st
dav of March. 1974.
OILLMAN I EOAL SERVICES, P.A.
Bv: Marvin H. Clllman
M-,.\i.. H ritllmin, President
MARVIN H CII T.MAN
Attorney for Anpllcant
Oil.I.MAN I.EC. A I. SERVICES. FA.
r.sus Biscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33137
3/8-lR-;2--9
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-8045
111 RE Marriag. of
CAR1DAD It' iDRIOUES,
and
CARI OS R< IDRH IUEZ
To: Ca-'os Rodriguez
R, Idence Unknown ......
Yor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed against you
and you an r, quired to serve a copy
Of com written defenses. If any. to it
. n A DO I FO KOSS, attorney for the
Petitioner, whose address is 101 N w
iL'th Avenue. Miami. Florida 331:'- and
file the original with the clerk of the
above stvled court on or before May ::.
1974; otherwise default will be en-
tered for the relief demanded In the
complaint "r petition
This notice shall in published once
each wek for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDLAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
22 dav of March. 1974.
RICHARD P BRINKER,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Pad, County, Florida
Bj A I RIVAS
As Denuty Clerk
adoi.fi i k< '88 Esquire
im N W. l-'th Avenue
Miami, Florida 3312R
Attorney for Petitioner
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: BSTATE OF
HATTIE WEISMAN
'"'NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
TO Al.l PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF PAID DECEDENT
You an hereby notified that a writ-
ten Instrument purporting t" '" the
last will and I mi I ot fcnld de-
pendent lias been admltt" I >
bate In said Court. You are herein
commanded within sis ealendai
months from the date of the first mib.
Oration of ibis notice to appear In
said Court and show cans., if any
vou can. whv the action of said i our'
in admitting said will to probate
should not Mmd unrevoked.
tVBOROE E BCHU1 /.
:i Court .'mice
niCHARH P BRINKER. cl.rh
Bv I.OIS F PASTORFIEI.D
Denutv Clerk
FACNCH. FINK ft FORMAN
1S02 Congress Hide.
Miami. Fla. 33132
Attorney for Executor
First publication of this notli i
the 15 dav of March. 1974
Z 16-22-25 I
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
Of TEMPTATIONS at 39;'. Alton
Head. Miami Hea, h. Florida II
lo register said name with the < ters
of th* Circuit Court of Dad,- County.
rl"lil''FC E OORSON INTERIOR
DESIGNS. INC
(926 Alton Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
SHIRi.EY WOOI.F
Attorney for Owner
4"ti Lincoln Road. Suite 211
Miami Beach. Florida 33139 ^^ ^ ^
------NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY C1VF.N that
the undersigned desiring to engage In
business under the ^Vcv "iMT a
RESEARCH AND DESIC.N INC. at
number 189 East Flagler Street In
STcity of Miami. Florida IntendsitO
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
^Da'fed at Miami. Florida, this 7 day
' ROBERT^ WHITE. President
ROBERT R WHITE
1032 duPont Building
Miami. Florida 33131 (179-7918)
Attorney for Applicantt/Kmtun M
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-1C55
In RE: Estate !
BAMl'EL GHODEN8KY,
de. eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ti I i diti r- and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims 01 Demands Against Said
Estate:
You ar, hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and d. mands
which \ou may have against the es-
tate of SAMUEL URODEN8KV, de-
ceased late ol Had,- County. Florida,
to the Circuit Judges of Had. County,
and fib the same in duplicate anil as
provided in Section 733 If,. Florida
Stalut.s. in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County. Florida
within four cai.-ndar month' fl Dl I..
time of the first publication hereof,
ei the sam. win be barred.
Filed at Miami Floriua, this 20i!i
UU i I -Mar. li. A.II. 1974.
SADIE GRODENSKY.
\ Executi -
Fli puhlical Ion of this notli i on
the 22nd da) i I March. 1971
KI'RT WEI.I.ISCI1
v for E >. ut rlx ol ihi Kstatt
i : S \M!'i;i. ORI IDENSKY
' I mei la Avi nue. Suite 2d E
Ci ral i labli F orlda
.; 22-39
IN THE CIRCUIT COU- i t'K THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOPiDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PRO'iATE DIVISION
PRO'lATE NO. 74-1673
CEf RCE E. SCHULZ
In RE
CHARLES CHESTER DURBAN.
tie. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To A l ind vp Persons Ha\ -
"i- CI i.....r i ii
Estate:
Yon herebs notified and i
ad to present any claim.- ami demands
w hiwh v in mas have agu nsl thi
ti t, f CI IARI KS <'lt RSTBR BUR
BAN d-c i lati i I i.\'i:- i bounty,
to the "im nit Judge- ..f i iade
Count?, ai
and ai provided In Section T.;:: 16, Flo-
rida Statute- In their nfflci in the
Count> Courthouse In Dade Counts
Florida, within I Inr mon from the time of the fir.-t publication
hen ''.. oi 'in anie will b< barred
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 20th
dav *f March. \ 11 1974
V. S. BCE
A- Hsccutor
First publication of thli notice on
the 22nd dav ill March. 1974
MYRON Ii HERMAN ESU
Attorney for Executor and Estate of
CHARLES CHESTER DURBAN
P 0 Box 1113
N M li.. Fla. 33160
3.22-29
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR____
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-4324
HOBERT A. HYDE and
NORA C. HYDE.
Petitioners.
::-;.r5,:,,;:'c^^:o^irvocEu
I,,,; E WIl.SoN ITIiPY. Sheriff
of Had,- County, Florida.
1., f.ndants
To cllAKl.oTTE VOQEL
i;. idence I'nknown
YO \KK NOTIFIED that a Petl-
lloVio nuHifl -"'I void the sale of
ih, following described property In
Dade County. Florida: TV
I ot 7 of Block 20. < AROL < IT1
HARDENS. .. subdivision, accord-
,, ,o a plat thereof, recorded In
pltt| Booh 85 at Page 131 of the
Public Records of Dads County.
ha"betn filed against you Mdjw
.,,, rM,ulred ... serve a copy of your
..ri.i.u defenses if any, to n on
V I AM J COI I.WORN A ASSO
,i\ti:s attorneys for Petitioner.
ROBERT A HYBE, whose address
i- 180(1 Coral wav. Jlaml. F^T"-'
911411 and on th. law offices of WII.-
lt.\\I -\ DANIEL, JR.. attorneys
for Petitioner. NORA C HYDE, whose
address Is 4HS Concord Bldg.. Miami
Klorida KM and file the Tiglna-
th the Clerk of the above styl_ed
Court on or before Anrll 12. 1974
otherwise S default will be entered
against vou for the relief demanded
In the Petition.
WITNESS mv band and Ihi '
of the Id Court on Feb. Jg. 1971.
liinni'liP Br-tivKER
as Clerk of said Court
Bv: C T COPfil.AND
Deputy ClerV
S'8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY fMVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage i"
u,.,i. the fictitious name of
PASKOW REA1 ESTATE INSTI-
TUTE and PASKOW INSTITUTE Rl
11295 S Dixie Highway, Miami. Flor-
ida 33! Ml intend to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida
JOAN B PASKOW
IRWIN PASKOW
3/29 4/5-12-19
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
D'VISIOM
Case No. 74-7804
NOTICE BY PUBL CATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OP
DIANNE CAROL WILSON, wife.
Petitioner,
vs.
DANIEI oss WILSON. Husband.
Respondent.
YOC. DANIEL ROSS WILSON.
residence unknown. ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED To ill K your written
response to this action for Dissolu-
tion of marriare.. with the Clerk of
the above Court, and serve a cony
upon Petitioner's Attorney. Ben Sch-
wartz. Suite MO Sevbold Building IS
N E 1st Street. Miami Florida 33132.
on or before Ihe 19lh day of April.
, ise the Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage will be taken as conte- st d,
DATED: March 20th. 1974
RICHARD BRINKER
By A J RITAS
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal) 3 22-99 4'5-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-1556
(BLANTON)
In RE: Estate of
FRANK TORRESI. JR.
deeeas. d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to pns.nt any claims and demands
which you may have against the
estate of PRANK TORRESI, JR de
ceased lati ol Dade County, Florida,
to the circuit Judge.- ..f Hade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 73S.16. Florida
Statutes, m their offices In the County
Courthouse m Pad, County, Florida,
within four calendar months Iroin
the time of th,- first publication here-
of or ihi same will be barred.
piled at Miami. Florida tins 21sl
day of March. A H 1971
ERANK SCOTT TH IRRESI HI
As Administrator
First publlcatl......f thi............."
the th day of March. 1974.
MNS1.I.K I! FERDIE, Attorney for
Estate of FRANK TORRESI. JR
li.i .ased
1160 s v\. First St Suite SOS
Miami. Florida 3313" .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN
the undersigned desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious nami
of ALBERTO BARROCAS ASSoC
IATES a: number S2" S E LUad
Terr.,... .li ill. CltJ Ol North Miami
Beach, Florida. Intend to regletei Hie
said name With thi I 'l< |
circuit Court of Dado County, Florida
Iiat.d at Miami Peach. Florida, this
20th dav of March 1974.
AI BERT! BARRt 'CAS
ALECK,-: F BARROCA8
CARLOS E BARROCAS
JACOB BARROC \.-
.11 ISE E HARK' >C \S ___
, SHAPIRO. FRIED, WEIL* SCHEBR
Attorneys tor Applicants
i 407 Lincoln Road. Suite 10-H
Miami Beach F.orida MIM^
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. 74-7611
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
FLORIAL H I'co I." 'I iRIQI EZ,
Husband, i'. tltloner
and
TERESA ELENA CATEURA
l;i iDRIOITEZ.
Wife Respondent
TO: Mrs Teresa Elena Cateura
Rodriguez
San Aguatin 491 Cludadi la
I'ri \ ineia de Buenos A In
Argentina, s A.
M.r ARE HEREBY '
il at aii action for Dlssolu
rlage hat been fill d agalm I ou n d
\'.u are reQUlred lo serve a copy of
vour written defenses, if any. to it
on Oulllermo Si itch u. attorney for
Petltioi ei. v hose add.. Is !1 S rt
I2tb A\ nui Miami. Floi Ida and file
thi i" Iglnal Ith the rlerl if the
above -iv a d i ourl nn nr before April
... [il;. otherwise a defau I I
. atered al'ain 1 VOU fol th
iled In the n mtdo nt ni p til Ion.
This notli shall i" oubl
,.;,, I, \,,, foi fout i insii a ks
In THE JEWISH Fl tiRIDIAN.
\\ ITN CSS 111% I and Hid
-aid out i XIlam Flo nn this
I9th da. ..f March, 1974
RICHARD l......M
.v. Clerl ull l
,.i, i oun(< i
Bs '' P ''d". VND
v 11, out v Merk
IClrcull Court S
i iullli rmo Sosti bin. L-nuIre
l : N w : j \
I 5-12
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCT VF SEhVICE
(NO PROPERTYi
IN THE CIKCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCu'T
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-7503
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
AKQEI A VBRA XIOSQCEIRA.
Petltionei
PATRICIO Mosi.iil-.M'.A s.\I QADO.
| ,.-!.. .11.1, III llll I
Ti i p \ti:!' '' M< ISQL'EIRA
SAl QADO.
San l.-idr.i 813.
KatlllBtffl (1. 1 "lill.-. hilC
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a petition for Dissolution of vour
Marriag. has beet filed and commenc-
ed in ihis court and you are required
to serv,.......n- of your ^ritten de-
fenses if any. to on STt lRI a.
MARKUS attomej or P^"'0"*^
whose address Is .:-> .V ,V\
Street. Miami. Florida SSI45. 1 B.A.
,nd file the erlglnal with the cleric
,,f the above styled court on ... hefore
April IS, 1974J otherwise a ,""*
, i. entered against vou f-r .he
relief prayed lor In the enmi.'aint or
"'n',i'"n..iicc shall be published one;
each w.ck for four consecutive weeks
Tn THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
wrrXESS iris band and the seal ot
said curt at Miami. Florida on Ihls
18th dav of March. l^Jj.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As clerk. Circuit < ourt
Dad, County. Florida
Bj p COPELAND
As Denuty Clark
^M^KK/swlNTElUsnTALE
^2al B.V7. 22nd Street
Miami. Florida
856-8910 tmm$$ i-J.l,
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY
THE AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COME. GREETINGS:
Wh,r"^c.:oHCE BERKLEY
MIAMI ItE.Mll. FLORIDA
III ANNE I JONES
MIAMI BEACH, Fl.oKM'A
ROBERT GILBERT
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
did on the Sth dav ol May. A I> I9W
2SS ... be i.-,.r,.,,a,.sl under the
..... t ^VrSpe^ti^'inc
;^^TYS:,;,!lleS-a,le',.!'F,.,r,da and
,1.....i- such ...,,...r..non .inI on the
r';:,,u ,v: ,i;-..............-......-
-:;;'7hoe,e,,Vi. >:::.v;;rr,:;.
SSf^vi
""oive'n under mj I......Iwdttu ]
.. I ..( ii,,- state of Florida ai
Tan'ih^.'.'.'lli.-CaPi...]/- '"
''- Vc't.ardVd.ck.stan
s. en lai v Ol State ......
Pn mlnarj Certificate -' '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
'^^T^^^N^A,V^CYJV^t?nU
m Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade
Counts. Florida. ,, "
Stella Freed
J
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
notice IS HEREBY QIVEN that
ti., und.rslnned desiring to engage in
business under th. fictitious name of
MAYWIl SPObtTWEAR CO, at fity
Nala.na! I.....kBld... St West Flagler
Street. Suite 1015. Miami 33130 Intends
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