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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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* <]rewi]li Floridian
Volume 17 Number 17
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida Friday, April 26, 1974
Four Sections "
Israel's House Destroying 'Logical' Operation
By EHUD YAAP.I
JERUSALEM (JTA) The logic of Israels
bloodless house-destroying operation in six Lebanese
boider villages Apr. 13 so Caped many ob-
servers, for there is more in the obvioui
tempt to warn and pun h ah of the K
Shemona attack.
In fact, the Israel Defense Force raid apparently
ourse of action by Israel in order to
stop terrorist-; from using the Lebanese border as a
Sing post for their activities a course whose
le objectir," is. to tu'-n the local population of
southern Lebanon into virtual allies of Israel in the
to keep :he border quiet.
ONE MUST take a brief look into the special
character of this population in order to understand
Issue. TSe main body of southern Lebanon inh
tants consists of Muttawallis Moslems of the S
sec: the most backward an.:
e Lebanese population.
Ifuttawallis are not deprived of any re:.
Continued on Page "A
Dayan, Sharon
Clash on Culprit
Behind Shemona
JERUSALEM (JTA) De-
fense Minister Moshe Dayan and
Likud leader Aiiel Sharon clash-
ed bitterly in the Knesset over
responsibility for the K
Sliemoi'a massacre as hundreds
of angry Kiryat Shemona
dents demonstrated for four
hours outside the Knesset
in? demanding better ;
for their town.
i i monstrators
aftei Ki < isel \. -
rael Ve.-li
ised to visit Kiryat Shemona to
its problems.
DAYAN SPOKE for the care-
taker government when he re-
rrrzHAX kabin
first sabra
ANNIVERSARY
SPECIAL EDITION
Israel, joined by world
Jewry, celebrates the 26th
anniversary of Israel's state-
hood today in a mood that is
somber it not overtly sad.
The tone is in marked con-
trast to the celebration of Is-
rael's 25th anniversary lust
year.
Political turmoil at home,
marking artillery fire on the
northern border and jets in
:he skies are all part of the
26th anniversary occasi #
not to mention the terrible
toll taken by terrorist at-
tacks such as the one on
Kiryat Shemona last week.
It is this mood that shapes
the spirit of The Jewish
Floridian's 26th Anniversary
Supplement.
In articles by such dis-
tinguished Israelis as Mena-
chem Beigin, leader of the
Likud Opposition, and an in-
terview with Palestine ter-
rorist chief Said Hammami
by Joseph Finkelstor.e in
London, our supplement re-
flects the dramati' charge in
Israel and among Jews
throughout the world since
the Yom Kippur War (see
Sec. C).
Continued on Page 12-A
POLICY OF DO-NOTHINGISim
Tekoah Attacks UN's
One Sided Response
So\iets Lash Israel 8-A
Reds Most Patrol Border 9-A
Rabin Named
To Succeed
Golda Meir
JERUSALEM A sabra may soon be the head of Israel's Gov-
ernment. He is Yitzhak Rabin, Israel's former Ambassador to the
United States.
That would suit Israelis just fine, who have felt for a long time
that their country's destiny is al-
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Israeli Ambassador Yosef Te-
koah. exercising Israel's right of
reply in Security Council de-
bate, denounced the positions of
the Soviet Union and Iraq. The
Council was called into session
Apr. 15 by Lebanon over an Is-
raeli reprisal raid after Arab ter-
rorists carried out a massacre of
18 residents of Kiryat Shemona.
Tekoah declared that "the So-
viet concept, according to Ambas-
Yakov Malik, ir that write
national terrorism should be
disapproved, Israel should do
ng at aii to protect itself
against the attacks by terrorists.
'THE PEOPLE of Israel desire
peace, and they have sought
peace throughout the years of
Israel's independence."
Tekoah made his statement in
response to a call by Malik to
Continued on Page 9-A
Legislator Declares U.S.
'Impounds' $1.5 Billion Aid
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Rep. Joshua Eiiberg; (D., Pa.)
has accused the White House of
Impounding $2.2 billion which
had been appropriated to pay
for arms for Israel.
Eiiberg. in a speech to the
Congress, noted that Congress
had appropriated the funds more
than three months ago, and $1.5
billion was supposed to be in the
form of a grant.
'THIS MONEY is to be used
to help the Israelis replace the
equipment they lost during the
October war and to keep them on
at least equal footing with their
enemies," Eiiberg said.
"But. the facts are," Eiiberg
Continued on Page 12 A
in "he hands of leaders who
v born in Eastern Europe.
In their view, the David Ben
Meirs are to
be revered for their pioneer:n5
Israel into
being.
also, in their view, the
1.011 1 lemed almost delib-
erately to be hoarding bis powei
to i-Kki"2 him cut from his
the political reward
of his added prestige as a native-
born Israeli.
This has become a pivotal
problem in the turbulent political
post-Yom Kippui" War arena.
The Agranat Commission,
seeking to fix blame for Israel's
alleged "unpreparedness" has
focused this sabras dissatisfac-
tion onto his country's non-sabra
leadership.
Rabin, a former Chief of Staff,
may change all of that.
Monday, he won the nomina-
tion of his ruling Capital Labor
Party to succeed Prime Minister
Meir.
Rabin may be the best of both
worlds. His being a sabra doesn't
make him a hawk, with whom
the sabra-rattlers are erroneously
identified.
In fact. Rabin is a leading dove
and is expected to continue pur-
suing the policy of searching for
a permanent p-.'ace settlement
with Egypt and Syria possibly
at a higher territorial exchange"
rate than the native born Israeli
would like to think about.
Continued on Page 10-A
'NO INFORMATION'
We Keep
Sharp Eye
On Soviets
-
WASHINGTON (JTA)
The State Department said that it
had "no information" on reports
that the Soviet government has
decided to deliver the latest Rus-
sian MIG fighter aircraft to Syr-
ia for use against Israel in the
current hostilities on the Golan
Heights.
The Department also would not
comment on Egyptian Foreign
Minister Ismail Fahmi's threats
against Israel in the UN Security
Council over operations on the
Syrian and Lebanese borders.
BUT DEPARTMENT sources
indicated uneasiness over these
developments.
One source described them to
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
as "Arab provocation" and ob-
served that Syria is seeking to
obtain every advantage it can get
Continued on Page 6-A
QUITS JEWISH DEFENSE LEAGUE
Leaders Cowardly-Kahane
TEL AVIV (JTA) Rabbi
Meir Kahane, founder of the Jew-
ish Defense League, announced
here that he was resigning as its
chairman. He said he was quit-
ting because there was "too lit-
tle of the right people, too lit-
tle talent and too little money"
to carry ou the JDL program.
He said he would continue to
advance the JDL ideology
through the "Center of J.
Consciousness" which he has set
up in Jerusalem.
KAHANE, who is awaiting
trial on several criminal charges,
made his announcement at a
press conference during which
he castigated Israel's leadership
and the Jewish leadership abroad
as "bankrupt" and cowardly."
He said the JDL in its present
form could not succeed because
its ideas "are too big, too genu-
ine, too Jewish and too daring
Continued on Page 6-A
RABBI KAHAVE
bankruptcy of terror
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Page 2-A
f'Senist' ft-oridfinr
Friday, April 25, 1974

POSSESSES KEEN AND COOl MELUCT
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Chief of Staff Gur Career Man
TKL AVIV (JTA)Israel's new Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Morde-
chai Gur is a career soldier who possesses a keen and cool intellect
that matches his proven courage and ability on the battle field.
"A thinking fighter" was how his friends and colleagues in the
military summed up the new leader of Israel's Anne,! Forces follow-
ing his appointment as Chief of Staff.
Only 44. Gur who was born in
Jerusalem grew up in Rehovot,
has held command positions since
his early youth when he headed
the Hagana Youth Battalions
(Gadna) in the Rehovot area.
THE SON' and brother of Haga-
na members. Gur whose nick-
name, "Motta," has followed him
throughout his military career,
joined the Palmach. Havana's
striking arm in the early .-
oi Isra !l's War for Independence
in 1948,
Wh l.- still in offi rs scho >1,
he was sen: with a cadM unU to
Photo Credit:
Illustral i ns on Pages 1-C,
3 C. and 12-C of this 26th
Israel anniversary edition of
The '> wish Ploridian origin-
allj appeared in Israel maga-
zine, published by Spot.ight
Publications, Ltd., of Tel
Aviv, and are reproduced by
special permission.
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participate with the famed Negev
Battalion in the capture of Beer-
sheba. At the end of the war
Motta was a company commander
in the battalion.
WHEN PALMACH was dis
banded shortly after the estab-
lishment of the state, he serv/1
two years with N'ahal. the para
military Youth Corps, and studied
political science and Orieni.il
studies.
After completing his academic
work, he joined Israel's first unit
of paratroopers, then commanded
by Gen. Ariel Sharon.
Gur participated in action be-
hind enemy lines and in 1956
c immanded the paratroop unit
dropped behind Egyptian lines in
Central Sinai. Outnumbered by
the Egyptians, his unit held out
among the rocks and caves of the
Mitla Pass until reenforcements
arrived.
Forty Israeli soldiers died in
the battle, and Gur emerged with
a reputation for courage and
brilliance.
HE WAS sent to study at the
prestigious War College in France
and on returning to Israel was
given command of the crack
Golani Brigade with the rank of
colonel, though only 29.
During the Six-Day War. Gur's
command was thrown into the
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in the field and some behind a
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HE COMMANDED the north
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Gur was there when the Yom '.
Kippur War broke out last Oct. 6. i
In December, he was assigned
to head the Israeli delegation ,
that attended the brief opening'
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conference in Geneva.
After that, he returned to h\-
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lie is Israel's 10th Chidf of
Staff and the only one not to
have served first as head of the
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Richard Bernard, newly elected
explted ruler will be in charge
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officers will act as hosts for the
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Sound Warning of Middle East 'Auschwitz'
By YITZHAK RABI
NEW YORK (JTA) Ray-
monds Tawil, a Palestinian ac-
and journalist from Nablus
on the West Bank, claimed here
that th# Wtah organization, *a's
well as other Palestinian groups,
recognize the right of Jews in Is-
rael to "self-determination," but
added, however, that the Pales-
tinian people want to restore
their lights, as well in territories
that have been part of Israel
since the creation of the state in
1948.
Addressing some 30 people at a
meeting organized by the Com-
mittee on New Alternatives in
the Middle East, Ms. Tawil spoke
emotionally about the plight of
her people "under Israeli occupa-
tion," and accused the Israeli au-
thorities of persecuting the Pal-
estinians and of "blowing up
houses and murdering innocent
people."
ACCORDING TO HER, "very
few of the Israelis want to hear
the voice of the Palestinians."
She spoke bitterly about Prime
Minister Golda Meir who, accord-
ing to Ms. Tawil, "always says
that a Palestinian people does not
exist at all."
At one point, when she was de-
ling to her audience the "per-
secution" of Palestinians by the
Israelis, she was asked by this
JTA reporter about Jews in Arab
lands who have been persecuted
for years and about the fact that
some nalf-miuion Jews have left
the Arab countries without being
allowed to take their belongings
with them.
Ms. Tawil, visibly irritated by
the remark, denied any mistreat-
ment of Jews at any time in the
Arab countries.
MEIR PAYIL, Moked loader
and member of the Israeli Knes-
set, who was also invited to ad-
dress the meeting, responded :o
Ms. Tawii's denial by noting that
in 1941 a full-scale pogrom
against Jews took place in Iraq.
Payil and Ms. Tawil arrived
here Apr. 15 tor a separate three-
week lecture tour across the
country. Their trip is sponsored
by the Committee on New Alter-
natives in the Mideast.
Payil, who is a historian, called
for recognition of the Palestini-
an's right to self-determination
but said at the same time that the
Palestinians on their p..
declare their recognition ot the
Jewish State.
ACOOftDING TO Payil,
main problem is that while the
Yom Kippu ''.. was a military
victor) it was, nonetheless, a "po-
litical failure." The I-ra-.-Ms. Payil
are no' aware of this dis-
gov-
las lost, as a n u I ol
i of st
.. .,"
Rei Kiryal
I e. M.-. Tawil said:
"11 is vet sad tred is
sides each
.- about revenge."
warned that if Israel in-
iists its present policy in
o the Palestinians then
thei Auschwitz can happen
.1 don't want tin- to
ntthg out
ainsi rsrael is
that Israel is
.tnded by many Arab coun-
JNF Buying Up Land
From Aral) Owners
Near Jerusalem
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
director general of the Jewish
National Fund disclosed to the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
the JNP is and has been buying
land from Arab owners on the
administered territories near Je-
rusalem and is assisting individ-
ual Jews "who wish to buy land"
there.
According to Shimon Ben-She-
mesh. thi* activity of the Land
Reclamation and Development
Agency is independent of any
Cabinet resolutions and is under-
taken in the knowledge that some
of the land could conceivably be
returned to Jordan or to Pal-
estinians in the framework of
a final peace settlement.
ASKED WHAT would happen
in that eventuality, Ben-Shemesh
replied that "exchange bargains
will then take place."
Ho indicated that some of the
Arab owners want to sell their
lands precisely because they
think it will be returned to them
some day as a result of a politi-
cal settlement.
He said the JNF purchases
were mainly in the regions near
Bethlehem and Ramallah occu-
pied by Israel in the 1967 Six-
Day War.
HE STRESSED that these pur-
chases have nothing to do with
possible anni xation of the areas.
He point" .1 out that the JNF,
Which was founded by the World
Zioni i Ion in 1901, is
dutj buj land for the
rever it can do
so.
saj l that in addition to the
JNF, some Israeli citizens an te companies are interested
purchases around Jeru-
.' t i
BEN SHEMESH also spoke of
;h id : litat on and
tation through-
' which, he emph i
ted in se contact
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with the Knesset's Geology Com-
ic.
He said thai SB parks and pub-
lic playgrounds would be to the public this sprmg. a num-
ber he maintained was far
the minimum needed. He said
the JNF budget for the next fis-
cal year allocates large sums for
public recreational area-.
He said that last year, about
a half million Israelis spent their
Passover and Independence Day
holidays in forests and groves
planted by the JNF.
"THE JNF HAS done every-
thing in its power to improve the
quality of life by opening new
parks, enlarging existing ones,
building- roads in the forests and
to them, and providing water for
drinking and swimming, building
playgrounds and camping facili-
ties." Hen Shemesh said.
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Mindlin
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Iyar 5, which this year tells on Apr. 25, is the day Israel
! world Jewry officially launch its celebration o: Israel's
b cmniversary of independence.
As our Israel Independence Section C suggests, the
celebration is in marked contrast
to last year's exuberance.
The hope and ation ci
the 25th anniversary year were
shattered by the Yom Eppur j
War ar.d its aftermath.
The large death toll irom the
war and the Kiryat Shemona
n-.asscae see below) cast a
shadow over what was in the
past a joyous celebration.
In addition, there is all the uncertainty of a political
impasse that resulted in last week's resignation from oiiice
by Prime Minister Golda Meir and the Monday decision
by her coalition government to try to stitch together a new
coalition without national elections a decision that is
being vigorously objected to by a large part of Israel's I
electorate.
In any event, there is still more reason for hope than \
gloom. The 1967 Six-Day War may have accustomed the
world, and indeed Israel herself, to swift and decisive
victories.
Reckoned in these terms, the Yom Kippur War was less
than swift but in no way as indecisive as Israelis seem
to believe it to have been.

Spoken With Vigorous Enthusiasm
One of Israel's leading writers, Yigal Mossinsohn, who
himself lost a son in the October war, ccstigated his coun-
trymen recently for their self-doubts.
"We never won a greater victory," he declared.
The aftermath cf the war still suggests that there is
hope for peace in the Middle East.
As for Israel's domestic squabbles on her political
front, she has had them before. Remember David Ben-
Gurion's Rafi revolution?
And perhaps most important of all is that, on the
'* occasion cf Israel's 26'h anniversary, the Jewish people
throughout the world ere united in the cause ol Israel cs
never before.
We do not minimize the difficulties lying ahead for
Israel todcy. But we say with vigorous enthusiasm: "Happy
26th."

An Unspeakable Attack j
The cynical Soviet-Arab move at the United Nations to ;
censor Israel for its retaliatory raid with absolutely no ,
mention of its provocation, the terrorist attack on Kiryat
Shemona, leaves us with no way to express the breadth of
our outrage at the massacre of 18 people, eight of them
children, in the small Israeli border town.
There have been so many unspeakable Arab "guer- j
rilla" deeds over the last few years, but this is the most
dastardly.
Whenever protest is left should be made against those
individuals who have explained away every act ol terror-
ism as a means for the Palestinians to express their "na-
tionalism-"
It should be made against the world governments that
have failed to act against the terrorism when it spilled over
onto their own airlines, into their own airports, on the streets
of their own cities thousands of miles away.
But most of ail. it must be aimed at the Arab govern-
ments- who talk peace while making war.
If a student has only a reme-
d.al capacity in written and
-poken English, '.hen odds are
he will be no more than fe-
..;. -ay. in history. His djs-
v in the language becomes
I, in this case, as a dis-
in history, too.
In the end. his 'Usability in the
i a genera
mk dis ib !ity about which
e who I i':"i are likely to
. to erroneous conclusions
lie is "dumb,"
able.
AND SO, ar i< the school
:. why r. e i
in which
rwise common
would rid the
rn student of his I
dicap and at the
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dy a second Ian*
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I i ven the acad den,
for the Span-
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too many Americans
have i i it's
time circum tance t if not
lorced us into
ng our ethnocentr.c,
. gual mania.
: can't agree.
: .::.. :' course, all for our
k )(wing more than one language.
Th-? sight of a gesticulating
Continued on Page 12-A

COMMENT

Last week the Miami Herald
featured a Page 1 headline:
Jewish Backing of Arms Fund
Sought'- and a continued page
heading of even greater size:
"Kissinger Woos Jewish Support
of Pentagon Budg I
Coming on the hre'.s of Attor-
ney General William Saxb
nt about Jewisl
ctuals and
article by Saul Fr
of th-- same Protocols of Z; .-,
approach the unconscionable
influence of Jews the
;tion-
tference is ob-
;- to -ome people: the Per.ta-
budget story undoub"
was inspired by Jews.
So if stupidity and InienslUvity
are involved as I charged
Saxbe with ia-t week this time
it bciongs to a select group of
Jews. I tore up my first indignant
column en the subject and have
written the following play in-
stead. It's entitled "Seudah at the
Admiral's" and is in one act.
THE SCENE is the living
room of Admiral Elmo Zumwalt's
home. The time after dinner. All
the characters are on stage as the
curtain opens. They include, of
course, the Admiral. David Blum-
berg, president of B'nai B'rith;
Ira Silverman of the Synagogue
Council of America: Hyman
Bookbinder of the Washington
office of American Jewish Com-
mittee and an assortment of Jew-
ish types.
Some of the play's language is
taken from the Herald's article,
some from my imagination. It
should be fun to discover which
is which. As the lights go up on
a slightly hazy set:
Firs* Jew (pointing to some
men is white jackets serving ci-
gai and Sabra li [iieur] Didn't
r. you n Id still use Filipino
boys.
Admiral Z: What Senator Prox-
m n doesn't know doesn't hurt
the budget.
f -cond Jew i blowing out
some smokei: Tastes like those
good old Havanas we don't get
any more.
Admiral Z: Just like I tell our
>: keeping the base at Guan-
ta:: imo i-n'i a to!a'. loss.
Third Jew: So. nu (hi- f. I
we're not here for ju.-t the
food and drink. When do we start
making our pled) es?
Admiral Z i in a pained voice i:
Gentlemen, gentlemen. It's noth-
ing like that. Henry ask explain the Pentagon budget to
some of his landsmen. He's al-
ready taken care of the ex-corn-
munists I mean the Jewish in-
tellectuals, of course. People like
Irving Kristol. Norman Pod-
horetz. Sidney Hook, Dr. Teller,
Milton Sharp. Milton Friedman,
Milton Himmelfarb, the Rostow
boys. Rabbi Seymour Siegel, you
know. They understand but
(his voice trails off).
Fourth Jew: I know what you
mean and we appreciate your
tact and discretion, Chief. Like,
if they're so smart, why ain't they
rich?
Fifth Jew: Alright, alright, al-
ready. So we'll give a little more
taxes this year. How much do
you need?
Admiral Z: Well, your Com-
mander-in-Chief is giving more
this year. too. because we're ask-
ing $85.6 billion. Quite a few fel-
lows in Congress are objecting,
especially to some new aircraft
carriers and some few billions of
dollars in built-in cost over-runs.
Sixth Jew: So who's perfect?
Dv EDWARD COHEN
n, it it could happen to
CREEP it could happen to any-
us.
Seventh Jew (with some em-
barrassment in his voice : Par-
don me for asking, but is this a
Jewish question, like Who is a
Jew'.'
Fourth Jew: Is that a sheila to
ask a fine man like the Chief All
he wants, 1 can gee, is to lend him
the V. FA staff so he can raise the
t.
Admiral Z iturns to No. 7,
- othinglj I mult: stand.
11 :: < answer by being a little
self you know our
i Secretary used to be one
o .ill of us have picked
up some new habits. So I'll an-
bj asking a question: What
would happen if Saudi Arabia
were attacked by an Arab r
bor?
'There are murmurs on various
keys as the Jews in the room dis-
cuss this for a moment among
themselves).
Fourth Jew: I really am im-
pressed with this man"s tact and
di>cretion.
Sixth Jew: You mean .?
Fourth Jew: Of Course. Don't
you understand that he really
means if the Soviet Union attack-
ed Israel''
Eighth Jew: Do you think he's
been studying Kabbalah with
Hymie Rickover?
Seventh Jew: I hate to bring
this up. It must have been the
radishes and the schmaltz on the
chopped liver that gave me heart-
burn. But I was reading the other
day on the JTA wire where this
Congressman from Missouri said
that our government has sold
Phantom Jets and Hawk surface-
to-air missiles to Saudi Arabia,
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Kahane Calls Jewish Leaders Cowardly
Continued from Page 1-A
for the narrow-minded and the
cowards."
He claimed, however, that the
JDL philosophy was "the only
hope for the Jewish nation in
this chaotic hour."
ACCOKDING TO reliable
sources. Kahane believes that the
JDL. which he founded in the
mid 1960s to defend poor Jews
in deteriorating New York City
neighborhoods, was presently
luih n with many "provocateurs"
allegedly planted by various op-
posing bodies who were hamper-
ing its activities.
Without Kahane, the JDL has
no future, the sources said. Ka-
hane's future is also clouded. He
has been indicted by Israeli
courts on charges of arms smug-
gling, inciting against the Arab
population and acts to disrupt
friendly relations between Israel
and the U.S.
In New York. David Fisch. na-
tional executive diiector of the
Jewish Defense League, said that
the JDL will continue its activi-
ties despite Kahane's resignation.
SPEAKING AT a press confer-
ence, Fisch said that his organi-
zation will continue fighting all
manifestations of anti-Semitism
and contended that Kahane will
still maintain a position with the
JDL as a "spiritual advisor."
Fisch said that Kahane will
continue "to smuggle letters tell-
ing us what to do." He disclosed
that Kahane's recent urgings to
the JDL "to demonstrate against
Israeli targets in the U.S." were
rejected by the JDL.
He said this was the only dis-
agreement between Kahane and
the JDL headquarters here.
FISCH DENIED that Kahane's
resignation had anything to di
with a deal between Kahane and
Israeli authorities regarding the
return of his American passport
which Israel authorities confis-
cated.
Fisch said that the JDL is
strong enough to continue operat-
ing presently without Kahane,
something, he noted, that was not
true two years ago.
Israel Anticipates K.'s Visit
JERUSALEM (JTA) Sec-
retary of State Henry A. Kis-
singer's announced decision to
go ahead with his Mideast visit
this week was welcomed by po-

.
We Keep
Sharp Eye
On Soviets ,
Continued fror: Page 1-A
prior to Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger's visits to Damascus
and Jerusalem at the end of this
month.
The ominous portent of a new
Soviet military build-up of Syria
was contained in a report by the
Beirut newspaper Al-Anwar.
The paper said Syria will re-
ceive the most modern fighter
aircraft and "Scud" ground-to-
ground missiles from the Soviet
Union under a new arms deal
signed by Syrian President Hafez
Assad in Moscow.
ACCORDING TO Al Anwar,
which quoted diplomatic sources.
Syria has already received the
highly sophisticated MIG 23
fighter aircraft and is to get the
even more advanced MIG-25.
In addition, the Soviet Union
agreed to train Syrian Air Force
pilots in the USSR to fly the
MIG-25s, the first time the Rus-
sians have agreed to train the
pilots of any but Warsaw Pact
countries.
Of equal concern was a report
from Moscow that Syria and the
Soviet Union, leaf firming the im-
portance of "consolidating Syria's
defensive power," have stated !
that any agreement on disengage- |
nient with Israel should be an '
inseparable part of an overall
Middle East settlement.
THAT POSITION was contain-
ed in a joint statement released
in Moscow and Damascus as As-
sad flew home after a five-day-
visit to the Soviet capital. The
statement also stressed Syria's
"firm and legitimate right to use
all effective means to liberate its
occupied territory."
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his determination not to be de-
terred from his peace-making ef-
forts either by the political un-
certainties in Israel or by the
cold water which Soviet Com
munist Party Secretary Leonid
I. Brezhnev has poured on his
attempts.
In Moscow last week, Syrian
President Hafez Assad, in a
speech in honor of Brezhnev,
termed the U.S. efforts "ersatz"
and demanded that all future
disengagement talks be moved to
Geneva.
SOVIET FOREIGN Minister
Andrei Gromyko apparently
adopted a less aggresive pose in
his meeting last week with Pres-
ident Nixon and Kissinger in
Washington, but whatever the
vagaries of the Soviet attitude,
Kissinger is seen as plainly de-
termined to continue his efforts.
He is ignoring, too, the Soviet
encouragement of the Syrian
hard line on the Golan disen-
gagement and gambling on his
own ability to find common
ground between the Israeli and
Syrian plans, observers here be-
lieve.
They said his decision was par-
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initial reports from Washington
after Premier Golda Meir's res-
ignation described Kissinger as
doubtful as to whether Israel
would be able to pursue nego-
tiations during the coming peri-
od due to political uncertaintv.
POLITICAL CIRCLES here
discount the theory that Kissin-
ger is hastening to the Mideast
in order to negotiate with Mrs.
Meir and Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan before they are replaced
by less familiar faces.
Meanwhile, Foreign Minister
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to host governments that it is
"business as usual" in Jerusalem
despite the political troubles.
The Israeli government would
be legally and morally qualified
to conduct foreign policy and to
rule the country whether it
was to be a transitional govern-
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Page 7-A
House-Destroying Operation Seen Logical
Continued from Page 1-A
in the direction of the state
except through several eftendi
sons of the great feudal families
PROMINENT AMONG these is
the present chairman of the
Lebanese parliament, Kamel el
Assad, a bachelor playboy who
faces growing resentment amc.ng
his clientele because ot his in-
ability to "deliver the good.,.''
The goods in this case include
protection against Israeli .epris
als and Palestinian terrorists and
implementation of the Littani
River irrigation project. No gov-
ernment can maintain a majority
in the Lebanese Parliament un-
less it is supported by the Mut-
tawalli members.
If the villages put enough
pressure on these effendi- sitting
in Parliament, the government
may be forced to take action or
lose power.
ON SEVERAL occasions in the
past some of the Muttauaili vil-
lages rose against the terrorists
camped nearby.
This forced the government in
1970 and again in 1972 to take
action in order to evict the ter-
ror! ts from the aiea.
The same can happen now
or at least, this is what Israel
hopes to achieve. The recent Is-
raeli operation was staged pri-
marily as f> demonstration of the
ii ks run by the Muttawallis if
they do not help themselves.
THE OPERATION was fol-
lowed by a stern warning by
Defence Minister Moshe Dayan
that '.he whole Southci n Lebanon
might be the target of Israeli
attacks, if the terrorists find
shelter there.
He reminded the Muttawallis
about the fate of the Jordan Val-
ley villagers turned into refugees
a few years ago because of ter-
rorist activities in their area.
MuKawalli reaction so far has
been promising.
Local head men and notables
filed petitions to the Beiiut au-
thorities threatening nia-s migra-
tion northward. The effendis are
under pressure to use their influ-
ence with the government to de-
fend the area. If they fail this
time they endanger their chances
in the 1976 elections, for their
hold on the voters is gradually
diminishing.
ON THE other hand, the Fatah
leaders seem to realize what is
happening. They are issuing an
endless stream of appeals to the
Muttawallis not to get frightened.
They promise financial aid to
those who lost their houses dur-
ing the Israeli raid.
What will be the Muttawalli
response? Will they be abh to
act as a unified group? How long
COHEN: Zumwalt Affair
Continued from Pace 4-A
armoied cars to Lebanon, tanks
and planes to Jordan and even
cargo planes. God forbid, to
Libya. And between 1967 and
1973 economic and military aid
to the Arabs totaled $8,952 bil-
lion and to Israel $3,307 billion.
So who would attack Saudi
Arabia?
(All turn and glare at No. 7
-hrinks somewhat in his
chair;.
Fourth Jew: What arc you. a
\ with all those numbers'
for business, isn! :t. and bo-
.' .!!-< our own v.
Di> >ou expect the poor
Arab countries to do "
La Silveiman: Not
>od for Israel, a1
budget. Henry cal
me that .in.-! ,is 1 got ,n the
from >!ui! i"i Shabbos
you im igim h >w .it it
ill v,:c on the Satur-
"linn jll-t mil
ot married? Ira
I ,*,-.': to remind you thai I
rests on mainta
luate (!'.!'' i ii e.
Tiavid Bliimb re: I am goil
sit right down and write my
! ressman a letter.
Ionian Bookbinder: And I'm
going to got together with my
colleagues in other Jewish groups
to take another look at the mili-
tary budget.
Seventh Jew: Any of then an
accountant?
Admiral Z: You must be one
of those chochem> Rickover told
me ab">nt at Annapolis. Anyhow,
gentlemen. I can assure you that
if Saudi Aiabia is attacked
through the Guif of Aqaba. the
V 8 Navy will be right there
: up. Do I have to say
more?
Firth Jew (finger-counting I
gu .' ve got a minyan so it's
official.
Vs the curtain closes to shut
. smok) scene, the
are heard singing: "You
helped us, now we'll help
F I'M OWE
Two of the Jews conic out in
front of the curtain.
First Jew: Where should we
- to the Washington
Post rl Bernstein S<
>y.
Second Jew: A e
.:. -elei Id bust
Run .:. < Id bust a jut.
S]
New Y, rk Times?
First Jew (resignedlj I: Ju
ml I ri<
even if the Knight newspapers!
I go imp irtant. After all,
did support Our President'
all they knew about |
him.
They stroll off to the wings.
To applause?
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would it take them to reach a
stand? Nobody can tell.
THE PROCESS by which the
Muttawallis decide how to react
will not be completed overnight.
But we are watching now the
beginning of the struggle I
tween Israel on one side and the
terrorist.; on the other to win
if not the heart of these Mutta-
wallis at least their support.
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Friday. April 26, 1974
Soviets Lash Israel in Security Council
UNITED NATION'S (JTA) The Soviet Union has unleashed
a vitriolic attack against Israel as the Security Council continued
its debate on Lebanon's complaint against Israel's action.
Yakov Malik, the Soviet Ambassador, denounced the "routine
act of aggression against peace-loving Lebanon'' and called on the
Council not only to condemn but
also to take "effective measures"
against Israel.
HE ALSO called on the United
States to back off in its support
of Israel.
As the debate continued, the
U.S. continued to seek a "bal-
anced" as opposed to a "one-
sided resolution" and hinted that
it would either veto or abstain
from voting on a resolution con-
demning Iirael without at the
same time condemning Lebanon.
THE ARAB-Soviet bloc and
China continued to press for a
harsh condemnation of Israel.
Some analysts noted that the
Soviet Union may press for a
tough resolution in order to re-
assure the Arab nations that its
quest for detente will not lead it
to abandon its Arab clients and
in order to try to outflank China
among the Arab and non-aligned
nations.
It is believed that the USSR,
by pressing for a tough resolu-
tion, wants to warn the U.S. that
its unilateral moves vis-a-vis Sec- \
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ger's "shuttle diplomacy" will not
be accepted.
The USSR is still miffed at be-
ing outmaneuvered in the Egyp-
tian-Israeli disengagement agree-
ment and the current moves by
Kissinger to help the Syrians and
Israel to disengage.
Meanwhile, the Israeli-Leba-
nese issue over the massacre of
18 persons in Kiryat Shemona
and Israel's subsequent raid into
southern Lebanon was overshad-
owed by a new verbal clash be-
tween Israel and Egypt.
EGYPTIAN FOREIGN Minis-
ter Ismail Fahrai, addressing the
Security Council, accused Israel
of aggression against Lebanon
and warned that if Israel wants
peace, it must stop forthwith all
"irresponsible actions."
"Israel, before anyone else,
must choose between war and
peace," Fahmi declared.
But the Egyptian diplomat did
not repeat in his formal state-
ment the threat he made to news-
men here earlier in the day that
Egypt would 'strike" at Israel if
It continued retaliatory action
against Lebanon and Svria.
ISRAELI AMBASSADOR Yo-
sef Tekoah, exercising his right
of >-ply, expressed "shock" that
Fahmi had come "all the way
from Cairo in order to explain
away and to defend those who
committed the barbaric massacre
a: Kiryat Shemona."
In his speech to the Security
Council, Fahmi said the "sad
events" at Kiryat Shemona had
to be viewed in the perspective
of Israeli "terrorism," "aggres-
sion." occupation and the denial
of Palestinian rights over a peri-
od of 26 years.
Tekoah declared that it was re-
grettable that the representative
of a country with which Israel
recently signed the first agree-
ment since the October war
should make such a pronounce-
ment.
"THE FOREIGN Minister of
Egypt found it appiopriate to say
here that Israel should choose
b-.tween war and peace," the Is-
raeli envoy declared.
"Israel chose peace 26 years
ago wi-en it called for peace with
its Arab neighbors even while
Egypt was leading an invasion of
Israel," Tekoah said.
Malik, in his statement, stated
that the Soviet Union "most
categorically oppose(s) interna-
tional terrorism."
Stating that the USSR "pro-
ceeds from a position of princi-
ple against acts of terrorism and
against acts of violence which
serve no positive purpose but en-
tail the deaths of innocent peo-
ple," Malik then proceeded to
condemn what he termed Israel's
"barbarous and piratical intru-
sions" against any state "on any
pretext whatever."
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Page 9-A
How the Agranat Committee Report Came
Out of the Anguish of the October War
Tekoah Raps
Soviets For
UN Maneuver
r
By YORAM KESSEL
London Chronicle Syndicate
T BEGAN with a one-man I
demonstration by Mottie I
Ashkenazi, the soft-spoken phi- I
losophy student who commanded I
the lone fortress in the Bar-Lev
Line not to be overrun by thj
Egyptian Army in the Yom Kip-
pur War.
His demand that first Gen. ;
Payan and then Golda Meir re-
sign, "to comply with the dem
ocratic principle of public re- ;
.cponsibiUty." served to catalyze
the inherent feelings of frustra
Hon which had apparently been
building up among men in other
crack battle units during the long
W weeks between the end of the
war and their eventual release
from active reserve service.
It helped to bring Prime Min-
ister Meir's resignation and her
coalition down.
After Ashkenazi came the
armored corps unit which de-
manded a say in "our Israel," the
"Paratroopers Who Care" and a
host of others.
Pissent is not alien to Israeli
society, but this broad willing
ness to get involved in a con-
crete political role is a nrw
phenomenon, a spontaneous re-
action from men who have not
made a habit of participating in
demonstrations or tried to give
active expression to their
political views.
Their impact is not so much in
numbers, but springs from their
standing in Israel's society an I
psychological and emotional
ression made by their dissent
There are signs that they are
- liking responsive chords at va-
. levels and in a variety of
res.
THE FOCUS of their anger is
her material nor otherwise
motivated. It is an expression
broad concern about the dire
n of the society for which they
fought and which, naively
'nmv/y .-.

The chain reaction set in motion by the explosion
of the Yom Kippur War has not yet exhausted
itself. The Agranat inquiry's interim report with
its disclosures of slackness in the Israeli Army's
command, rigidity of thought and men who are
blind to the facts in front of them, can only
stoke the flames of dissent. Yoram Kessel sent
this report of the feeling among the demobilized
soldiers.....
i'
perhaps, they hoped would im-
mediately reflect lessons learned
in the trauma of the war.
As one young captain back
from Sinai described in everyday
terms: "One simply didn't expect
to find oneself or family confront
ing arbitrary' price rises, broken
commercial contracts or other
seamy aspects of one's economic
or social involvement with so-
ciety."
They see the nation's affairs
being conducted in similar fash
ion leading to possible general
demoralization, a factor, they say,
which cannot be dodged.
It is not ideology or basic
political concepts which unite
them since they appear to repres-
ent every hue of Israel's multi-
hued political rainbow. Signi-
ficantly though, each seems
disappointed with the party of
his choice.
FBL'STRATIOX and a sense
of "having been let down" is not
confined to supporters of the.
; ,, i Party. "What we really
want." one tank man declared
"is to clear the air of all the party
hacks, the machine men who are
really responsible for fouling up
the country."
Even former Gen. Ariel (Ank)
Sharon, no mean iconoclast in his
own right, is said to have told
confidants that he finds himself
in many ways closer to their
sense of frustration than to the
established parliamentary proce
dures observed by his Likud (Al-
liance) colleagues in Opposition.
Everything must be reap-
praised.' Nothing is sacrosanct,
they insist, and flux they accept
as the dominant state of the
world about themexcept in one
arena, the entrenched world of
the political parties where they
contend "nothing has changed,
the same people who were in con-
trol are in control."
NOT SURPRISINGLY, the
protesters latched onto a notion
gaining wide popular and influ-
ential support the need for re-
form in the electoral system to
bring electors and elected close
together, both on a party and na-
tional level.
Indeed, the issue of electoral
reform apart, there is little else
constructive about the demands
of the protesters.
They say quite honestly that
what they really fear is not only
that the national determination
to make Israel a special place in
which to live is at issue, but that
the very future existence of the
Jewish people in Israel is at
stake.
WE ARE realists not pess-
imists, they claim, seeking to pro
vide an alternative to the disi\
ehantment which might lead many
of the cream of the nation's youth
to opt out of their commitment
to the Jewish State.
Payan for one is unwilling to
hastily dismiss this as mere
hyperbole. What concerns him
most he says is not the mistake?
of the last war, but "whether
our youth will be prepared it
necessary to fight again if there
is a next."
Coolly regarded, the protesters
do not appear to represent a
direct throat to the established
leadership at all. Where the real
threat to the old guard lies is in
the discontent and inner erosion
of the Labor Partv itself.
What the protest of the youn?
reservists does is both to spur
on and indirectly give sanction
to those who sec power coming
within reach for the first time.
It is here one senses that chPige
nav not he vrv far off.
Continued from Page 1-A
the Council not only to condemn
Israel but also to take "effective
measures" for what Malik called
"a routine act of aggression
against peace-loving Lebanon" by
Israel.
Later, Tekoah responded to a
charge by Malik that Israel was
isolated in the international com-
munity. Tekoah said, "I wonder
whether those who make such
statements realize the meaning of
isolation in general and in re-
spect of Israel in particular.
"Do they realize, for instance,
that in all democratic countries,
even in those whose governments
for reasons of material expedi-
ency sometimes do lean toward
the Arab states, the peoples, as
demonstrated in public opinion
polls, are squarely on Israel's
side?
"I WOULD even venture to
say to the representatives of the
USSR that if such a free public
opinion poll were also allowed
in his country, the results would
be the same, and the support of
the peoples of the Soviet Union
for Israel's struggle would be as
strong as in other parts of the
world."
Two draft resolutions re-
portedly were prepared during a
recess in the debate but the coun-
cil adjourned debate Apr. 18
without setting a date for its
next session. ___.
Be Our Guest
For Sunday Brunch
Syrians Say Reds
Must Patrol Border
In Anv Settlement
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Syrian proposals for dise
- ment with Israel aim at intro-
ducing Soviet military personnel
into the Golan region, it was
learned from reliable source. J
The sources, privy to the Syr
ian plan now under study by the
care-taker government, said the
Syrians oppose Israel's idea of a
buffer zone occupied by tne
United Nations Emergency Force
(UNEF) similar to the one
on the Egyptian front.
THEY WANT instead an unoc-
cupied buffer zone patrolled by
UNTSO, the UN Truce Super-
visory Organization, which, un-
like UNEF, includes Soviet of-
-- iicers.
The Syrians insist that both
sides open their lines and posi-
tions to inspection by UNI^u
personnel, the sources reported;.
Israel, which is satisfied with the
effectiveness of the 7.000-man
UNEF force on the Suez front,
envisions a UNEF force of sev-
eral hundred to 1.000 in the
much narrower Golan sector.
In any event, Israel is unal-
terably opposed to any form ot
Soviet access to its lines or posi-
tions.
The sources said the two sides
were also "very far apart on the
depth of the proposed Israel
pull-back and on the question oi
' limited forces zones where bo th|
aides would reduce their milnau^
?* **
:.;h.
TIIF. LATEST Syrian propo-
als presented to U.S. Secretary
f"siatv Hen:y A. Kissinger in
Washington and conveyed to tne
government by Israel. Ambassa-
dor Simcha Oinitz. were de-
scribed as different, but not sig-
nificantly so, from the earlier
Svrian ideas.
'The sources said Israel was not
surprised by them and antici-
pated tough and prolonged nego-
tiations.
Nevertheless, Israel does no
regard the situation as; hopeles
and takes the view that Ki
fiers forthcoming visit to the re
Son is worthwhile and by no
means doomed to failure.
4 DIFFICULT iactor is mount-
ing Soviet pressure on Kissinger
for a Soviet role in the Middle
East diplomacy. The Geneva Con-
rencePwill have to be resumed
in some form sooner or later, it
kl felt here.
For the present, it has been
areed that U.S. Ambassador
/-worth Bunker will meet with
Russian counterpart in Ge-
But Moscow apparent^
wants more. If Israeli-Syrian d.s-
.gement talks make progress
it \s believed that joint mihtarv
working groups will be set up by
thc two sides along the Is-
raeli-Egyptian pattern which
would meet in Geneva to con-
tinue the bargaining.
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Friday. April 26, 1974
Texas Sen. Bentsen Picked by Dinitz To
Take Part in Miami Celebration
Federation Views Anniversary ... IB
Bond Organization States Needs .. .IB
Israel Consul Zvi Rafiah, in
charge of his nation's relations
With the United States Congress,
was to be one of the principal
speakers Thursday night at the
communitywide celebration of
Yom Haaumaut (Israel Inde-
pendence Day) at the Miami
Beach Auditorium.
The Israeli envoy, poison.il'y
designated by Ambassador Sim-
cha Dinitz to participate in the
largest Yom Haatzmaut celebra-
Heavy Fighting Continues
With Svria on Golan Heights
TEL AVIV (JTA) Fight-
ing continues here between Is-
rael and Syria as Israeli forces
dig in atop the snow-covered
peak of Mt. Hcrmon.
The peak, which was under
heavy Syrian artillery fire last
week, was also visited by De-
fense .Minister Moshe Dayan, who
inspected the position and talk-
ed with the officers and men.
Two Israeli soldiers were wound-
ed while Dayan was there.
DAYAN WAS told by the
troops on .Mt. Hermon. who are
fighting in three feet ol snow,
that the thin air on the summit
makes even physical effort dif-
ficult.
But Israel has decided to keep
its forces permanently on the
peak because of Syria's contin-
ued efforts to recapture it.
Reserve Maj. Gen. Chaim Her-
zo^. Israel's foremost military
commentator, -aid he expected
i to continue trying to re-
take the peak for political and
reasons.
He said the Syrians wante
be able to ne^o: para-
I : forces ,'-.ieement iiom a
; i -.': in <>f strength.
THEY WOULD also like to
i a becau e of its
as a high observation point
overlooking wide areas o. Is
Syria and Lebanon.
Israeli forces can now observe
from the Mt. Hermon peak Syr-
ian positions as far back as Da-
mascus.
Meanwhile it was reported
from Beirut that the Lebanese
army has moved tanks, armored
cars and personnel carriers into
the southern areas bordering Is-
Rabin Named
To Succeed
Golda Meir
Continued from Page 1-A
Rabin is 52 and the youngest
premier-designate in Israel's his-
tory. He was nominated by 298-
254, beating out Transport Min-
ister Shimon Peres.
Rabin immediately began talks
aimed at forming a coalition,
which may be a harder job than
the six-week deadline President
Ephraim Katzir placed on him.
Failure to meet the deadline
would mean new elections.
His major stumbling block will
be the National Religious Party
Jhich opposes the return of anv
V the West Bank which Israel
Aptured in the Six-Day War. to
Jordan.
Without the NRP, his chances
are slender.
Rabin is on record as being
w"ruk.refurn much *<
rael in the wake of Israel's re-
taliatory raid last week.
tion scheduled, aflfcttllfe in the
United States, was to share
speaking honors with U.S. Sen.
Llovd Bent-en of Texas.
THE DEMOCRATIC Senator, a
possible contender for his party's
1976 Presidential nomination, is
chairman of the Democratic Sen-
atonal Campaign Committee.
Consul Rafiah. wno was an of-
fice'" in the Israel Defense Forces
during the 1956 Sinai Campaign,
joined the Foreign Service in
1958, and was advisor to the
Prime Minister on Arab Affairs.
He was in the Israel legation
in Ankara. Turkey, for four
years, and rose to the rank of
assistant director of the Political
Research Department of the For-
eign Office in Jerusalem.
Gerald Schwartz, past president
of the South Florida Zionist Fed-
caiion, is chairman of the rally
cordinated by Mrs. Milton Green,
national vice president of the
American Zionist Federation,
sponsors of the annual event. The
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
is a cosponsor.
DR. IRVING Lehrman. na-
tional vice president of the Zion-
ist Organization of America, was
to speak at the meeting expected
to attract an overflow attendance
of 4.000 persons.
The entertainment program,
arranged by Chairman Joseph
Zuckerman and Shmuel Fershko,
was to feature the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy Choir and Mi-
ami Opera Guild soprano Ruth
Ra.el.
Cantors Abraham Sell, of
Kneseth Israel, and Zvi Adler, of
Temple Emanu-El, round out the
musical tribute to the land and
people of Israel.
Seymour B. Liebman. past
president of the South Florida
Zionist Federation, is chairman
of a resolutions committee which
was to present motions on the
Middle East, Soviet Jewry and
Syiian Jewry situations.
AZA Celebrating 50th Anniversary
America's largest Jewish youth
organization, the Aleph Zadik
Aleph of the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization, will celebrate its
50th anniversary Friday, May 3.
Miami Mayor Maurice Ferre
was to present a proclamation
cVsignating May 3 as "Aleph
Zadik Aleph of B'nai B'rith Day"
to Eliot Kleinberg, president of
the South Florida Council of
AZA. Thursday at a City Commis-
sion meeting in Dinner Key.
The anniversary will be com-
memorated by a program at the
South Florida Council's spring
convention in Surfside Commu-
nity Center.
With more than 1.800 groups
throughout the United States,
Canada, Latin America. Great
Britain. Europe and Israel, the
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The Board of Trustees of
Mount Sinai Medical Center
of Greater Miami
Salutes The State Of Israel On Its
26th Anniversary
A Major Medical Center Of Florida
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Friday, April 26, 1974

j
LEO MINEIiN
Dade Bilingual Program Greed in Disguise
Continued from Page 4-A
American in Athens. Rome. Paris,
Vienna, his voice strident to
make himself understood, expect-
ing that in his wild and noisy
gestures others ought to under-
stand HIM, because doesn't every
Civilized person speak English?,
and never once considering that
he ought to understand OTHERS
as a mark of his own civilization,
is not just discouraging because
i make us comical as a people.
It also demonstrates how pro-
vincial if not downright unedu-
cated we are.
BUT WHAT the Dado County
School Board has in mind is an
entirely different thing.
The board is responding to a
politically and economically pow-
erful Cuban immigrant society-
hero that believes its financial
contribution to the community in
the form of taxes and business
justifies its demand for Spanish
equivalency.
Dayan, Sharon Have
Words Over Who's
At Fault for Attack
Continued from Page 1-A
plied to an agenda motion by
Sharon who criticized the alleged
"lack of action by the govern-
ment" to protect the border town
i nst terrorist assaults.
He questioned Dayan's state-
ment that !. v as respon-
b e for curb:-. 11 ori its who
t< rritory.
I- Lebanon in cha
irity?" Sharon
Lebano i be
shed but that did not
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that
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countries through "an i
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the report of the I
Affairs Committee which tated
"The Committee is convinced.
on the basis of both puhl ,
classified information available,
that Israel must have substan-
tial financial assistance to main-
tain the military strength needed
for her defense and for the Mid-
die East balance."
Roosevelt Lodge Meeting
Hoosevelt Lodge 177. Knights
of Pythias, will mee* Monday at
P.m. at Pythian Hall, 4601 VV
FJ.igJer St.
the Israeli army which, according
to Sharon, was unprepared to
meet the terrorist challenge even
though it had advance informa-
tion that terrorist activity would
ase during the Passover
holiday.
SHARON SAID despite this In-
: 'Hi e I precautionary moas-
and
there i o coor mi,it.on
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the ibject, the di
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Forei' fairs and Sen.
era.
But that kind of intimidation
runs contrary to the American
acculturation process.
IN A FRANKLY romantic way.
Leo Rosten deals with that proc-
ess in his classic "Education of
Hyman Kaplan."
Rosten's work evokes the late
nineteenth early twentieth cen-
tury wave of immigration from
Europe to America and the proud
sweat immigrants raised to ac-
commodate themselves to the
American melting pot process.
While this nation is forged in
the smithy of many cultures and
civilizations, and while the
emerging blend has at least ideal-
ly looked upon its contributing
elements with a nurturing benev-
olence, there has never been any
encouragement of separatism.
IN FACT, part of the racial
tensions we experienced from the
mid-1960s to the beginning of the
present decade was based on our
violent rejection of the separatist
doctrines in Black Power philoso-
phies as defined by the most
voluble of the Black leaders
Cleaver. Jones, Newton, Karonga.
Carmichael. Brown.
To them, we responded with
the "one nation indivisible" prin-
ciple in the Pledge ol Allegl i
The Dade County School
s toadying to Cuban Pow r
is a J ei re' er al ol every)
for which the nation has stood
Ing.
ON \ m :

:. ii i
i ished
But it is Rome that was really
conquered by Greece, and no
European country ever really ac-
cepted the "inevitability" of the
Roman thumbprint as its own
even in the heyday of Rome's
glory.
In the end, Caesar mounted his
minions and withdrew from Brit-
ain and Germany because they
would not submit his excuse
being that they were too uncivi-
lized and not worth the effort of
Roman occupation.
TODAY, for an emigrating so-
ciety such as the Cuban, indeed
for ANY emigrating society, to
demand official cultural equiva-
lence in the community that has
given it a haven is an absurdity.
For the community to agree is
sociological suicide.
In the case of the Dade County
School Board's $54 million pro-
posal, the Spanish-speaking stu-
dent is not really being helped in
the process of acculturation;
while the English-speaking stu-
dent is being confiscated.
FINALLY, the most potent ar-
gument the school board offers in
support of the proposal, the value
of a bilingual program for the
American student, holds abso-
lutely no water at all.
Bilingual programs that are
academically sound, not simply
pragmatic, take Itifo considera-
tion the civilizational value of a
second and even a third language.
Understood in these terms,
language choices are not imposed
from outside. Furthermore, they
are made much later along in
school than the proposed pro-
gram has in mind, and among the
choices for a classically sound
education, Spanish as a second or
even third language is low man
on the Totem pole.
IF THE Dade County School
Board argues otherwise, it is not
language, academics or civiliza-
tion it has in mind but money
the Latin financial contribution
to the community or even South
Florida's geographic nearness tc
the potential marketplaces below
us in the southern hemisphere.
That is something other than
civilization and I don't want
MY tax dollars paying for such
crude considerations as these.
We are experiencing an epi-
demic of greed in our nation to-
day, and the proposed bilingual
program is one more well-painted
example of it.
WE WOOD
TOWNHOUSES & CLUB
2 & 3 Bedroom Townhouses
Hornet built under the tree-9 along a quiet river.
FROM $46,900 To $59,900
i \yN.E. 26th Avenue at 194th Street North M-ami Beach
Open 10a m.-6 00p.m.: 931-2589
FS"
T\
people
OUR
BIGGEST
ASSET
Washington
/Federal
SAVINGS ANO 10AN ASSOCIATION 01 MIAMI BIACH
ASSETS EXCEED S44D MIL t ION.
NOW IN BAY HARBOR ISLANDS AT
11C0 KANE CONCOURSE
PHONE: 865-4344
7 CONVENIENT OFFICES TO SERVE YOU IN
MIAMI BEACH BAY HARBOR ISLANDS
NORTH MIAMI BEACH HOLLYWOOD
BOCA BATON
P't:
'.
t=J
Ou- statemi nt of condition shows
assets exceeding 445 million ilollais.
A lot of money, i re impor-
lot of people. People
ki and like, pi vho know
and like i ess w h us.
to netl ei it's a savii \ account,
I for a n Drtgage to build or
buy a home, ,;jng
mortgage or just iformatiort
about financial problems, we do all
our bus i People
rvici personal attention
nimum of red tape. That's
what we try to supply dt all our
IV not drop
Hint. It's like
-. friend.
>
@Wiftld]
j
fresh air, $(oo SjpS}Ml9 ifrrc
country
Around our lake and amidst our giant trees we're building apartments
to match the land. Spacious residences 1. 2 & 3 bedrooms with all
the amenities. The location is superb and easy to reach.
The Oaks is located one block from the only Orthodox Synagogue
in Broward County (Young Israel of Hollywood).
From $24,900
4151 Stirling Road, Fort Lauderdale, Broward County Florida TttU
Broward: 791-1870 Dade: 944-0416
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fiday, April 26, 1974
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THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS, OFFICERS, MEMBERSHIP, STAFF AND
RESIDENTS OF THE HOME CONGRATULATE THE STATE OF ISRAEL
ON ITS 26th ANNIVERSARY AND EXTEND A WISH FOR EVERLASTING
PEACE.....
DON'T LET
THEM WAIT
UNTIL IT IS
TOO LATE
For Many The Time Left Is Too Limited...
Most Are In Urgent Need Of Medical Care
THEY SERVED WELL...
TORSAKE THEM NOT
The task of our generation is clear we must now build again. .so that our
aged and chronical!y-ill may live out the twilight of their lives in dignity
and peace nourished by the strength of our goodly heritage, and our com-
munity commitment.
CONSTRUCTION OF NEW RESIDENTIAL AND ANCILLARY BUILDING,
YOUR STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS WILL BE ACCEPTED AS A
CONTRIBUTION TOWARD OUR NEW FACILITY
BEACH HEBRH MM FOR THE AGED
320 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH
FOR INFORMATION PLEASE CALL: 672-6464

NON-PROFfT
NON-SECTARIAN
LEONARD ZILBERT
President
ABE AND MARGARET FINE
Founders
SIDNEY SIEGE!
Executive Vice President
MRS. IDA KOSTOFF
President Women's
Auxiliary
Paid for By FRIENDS OF HEBREW HOME FOR THE AGED, MIAMI BEACH


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v.kvtlst fkradttair
Friday, April 26, 1974
sal
Tay-Sachs Blood Tests Sunday At
Beth Tor ah Congregation, N.M.B.
The fourth screening site for
the Taj Sachs Disease Testing
Program will be in operation
Beth Torali Congrega-
tion. 1051 N.E. 163rd St.. North
i Beach, from 9:30 a.m. to
2 p.m.
The testingwhich consists of
a simple blood testwill be for
residents of zip code areas 33160,
33161. 33162 and 33169. and mem-
bers of the coordinating congrega-
tionsBeth Torah. Congregation
B'nai Raphael. Temple Adath
Yeshurun, Temple Sinai of North
Dade. and Young Israel of Great-
er Miami.
Miami's Sachs Disease Testing
Program, conducted with the c >
operation of the Great-. M
Jewish Federation and Mount
Sinai Medical Center, is belni
tponaowd by the Universit;
Miami Department of Pedial
and the Mailman Center for Child
Developm"nt.
Tay-Sachs is an inherited ge-
netic disorder. 100 times more
common among Jewish children
than among the general popula-
tion. It causes the progressive
degeneration and destruction of
the nervous system. If both pa-
rents are carriers of the Tay-
Sachs gene, there is a 25 per cent.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION

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"And the Lord spoke unio Moses, saying: Speak unto the
chiidren of Israel, saying, if a woman conceive and bear a man-
child ." (Chapters XII-X1II)
PURIFICATION AFTER CHLDBRTH: After childbirth, a
mother was not to enter the sanctuary for 40 days if she had
borne a son, and for 80 days if a daughter. At the termination of
these periods she brought burnt and sin offerings to the sanc-
tuary, and could then resume her normal life.
LEPROSY: Nobody suffering from leprosy was allowed to
enter the sanctuary- When, therefore a person's skin showed
symptoms resembling the early stages of the disease, he was
brought before the priest for examination. Should the priest,
after scrutinizing the spots or scabs, be unable to give an imme-
diate decision, the sufferer was isolated for seven days and then
reexamined. f the marks had not developed, a further confine-
ment of seven days was required. Then, provided they had still
not spiead into the .'-kin. the priest pionounced the person con-
cerned a* clean. If the contrary was the case, the priest Wti
certain that this was indeed leprosy and ne pronounced him as
unclean.
A number of other suspected cases are listed together with
directions to the priest on how to make a correct diagnosis. The
leper was sent to live outside the camp. A garment could also
become infected b> this disease, perhaps through contact with a
leper. A similar procedure to that described above was followed.
The priest carried out certain tests and the garment was burnt
if he declared it unclean.
"And the Lord spoke unto Moses, saying, This shall be tne
law of the lepei in the day of his cleansing ." Chapters XIV-
XV.
PURIFICATION OF THE LEPER: When a person was cured
of leprosy, he was first inspected by the priest outside the camp
to make sure that the recovery was complete. The elaborate
clean. K<: !i 11 monies which followed were spread over eight days,
on the first and last of which special rites were observed. Sacri-
fices were offered by the priest and cedarwood and hyssop used
in the piocess of purification restoring the former leper to his
rights a- u full member of the community.
LEPROSY IN" A HOUSE: This law applied to (he time when
the Israelites would be settled in Canaan. A house, under sus-
picion of having emit ratted a form of leprosy was also brought
to the priest's attention. The symptoms of green or red hollow
streal s which had eaten into the fabric sufficed for the home to
be i osi d for seven days. If the disease had then spread, the af-
fec tones were removed, being replaced by nw ones. The
hou v :i. replastered and the old stones and dust thrown into
ide the city, if signs of the pestilence still
Is ,;: ;ii building was pulled down and
..... I ir thrown away in an unclean place.
not reap eared, purifying ceremonies were
n:ed a id the priesl announced the hou.se as clean.
H'1 RITIES: Certain physical impurities ren-
lan or woman unclean, thus precluding them from, en-
or touching or portaking of sacred things.
cremonies were required before they re-
0 mer state ol rlt iiaJ eleanlines i.
...!....::
:):30 a.m. Jewis ip Hour
: Rabbi David Shapiro, Tempie Sinai, Hollywood
:. 10: a.m. Still Small Voice
ffayer Abramowitz, Temple Menorah
i rael Independence"
:.0 a.m. The First Estate
i on rh 2, 8:30 p.m.)
I uther c. Pierce
' The Question of Ami;
Jorene
ii in
chance that any child they pro-
duce will be a Tay-Sachs child
There is no treatment or cure for
Tay-Sachs, and any child born
with the disorder will die within
three to four years.
The results from three previous
screening sites this year have re-
vealed a total of 23 Tay-Sachs
carriers, including one married
couple, in the Miami area. This
indicates that of those tested, one
in 27 persons is a Tay-Sachs car-
rier.
Tay-Sachs Screening Programs
have been set up in 27 other com- j
munities across the United States, j
In the South Florida area it is
estimated that there are more
than 50.000 Jewish individuals of
child-bearing age. For this rea-
son, the Tay-Sachs Disease Test-
ing Program was established to
identify carriers of the disease
and provide them with genetic
counseling so that occurences of
Tay-Sachs can be avoided alto-
gether.
Efforts are now underway to
train volunteers in the Greater
Miami area in order to speed a
community-wide educational pro-
gram on Tay-Sachs Disease. Per-
sons requesting further informa-
tion on the disease and upcom-
ing testing sites, or wishing to
become a volunteer in the Tay-
Sachs Program may telephone the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
The screening process consists
of a brief orientation, the draw
ing of a small amount of blood. |
and finally, consultation with
tiained specialists who will be
present at the testing sites.
A'l persons living in the North
Dade- area are urged to visit the
Sachs tetsing site Sunday be
tween 9:30 a.m and 2 p.m.
Quiz Box
By RABBI DR. SAMUEL J. FOX
What is the attitude of Ju-
daism towards homosexuality?
The Bible (Leviticus: 20:13>
expressly prohibits homosexual-
ity and considers this relation-
ship between males as an abomi-
nation. The penalty prescribed
for such a transgression is death. |
The rabbis also forbid Lesbian j
practices, (Sifra, Leviticus 18:8) j
basing this on a Biblical state- |
ment. Maimonides expressly for-
bids Lesbianism (Issure Biah
21:8).
Generally speaking, homosex-
uality is considered as an unnat-
ural act. Some venture to say that
when the Bible states that hu-'
man-kind was created as "male I
and female." it meant to stipulate i
that man was created to be a'
heterosexual being. Hence any'
form of homosexuality is contrary
to the nature of man and to the
role which the Almighty intended
for man to play in this matter.
Whj doe* Jewish tradition
fnrhitl a Jew from engaging hi
hunting as a sport?
An reason are ad-
vance prohibition. Some
C intend thai wounding and kill-
ing animals for sport is a matter
of wasteful!)! since the animal
Is not being killed for food, one
is simply wai ting the life of the
animal foi he r entertainment
d J It; hak, S.V. Tezdah).
reason is given by
Rabbi Ezck'el Landau, he claims
thai hunting animals for sport is
a mean i I being cruel to ani-
mals. I'ui re, the hunt it-
self endangers the life
of the hunt*
Judaism rohibits man from
being c uel to animals by causing
in any way. Fur-
thermore, Judaism forbids man
to endani e life unnecessar-
ily, jusl lo -i-ort of it. The
two peo re referred to
in the Bib i rs 11 < ., Nim-
1rod ai never held
in hij h esto< -wish tradi-
tion Ani killed on;y
needs
and n : f

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MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox^
Cantor Aron Ber Arrr.
ANSHE EMES. 2633 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
BETH AM (Tmpl). 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her- I
bert M. Baumaard. Associate Rabbi ,
Barry Altman.
BETH DAVIB. 625 SW Srd AVff.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Linson. *
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave, Ortho- '
dox. Rabbi H Rothman. S|
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Moaarn Traditional. Rabnl Max Sha-
piro. CanObr Leon Seasl Rev Alex
Stahl. Rev. Mender Gutterman. S
3r=
ervtces
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BETH TIKVA, (Reform) 9025
set Dr.
Sun-
6-A
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISK
CENTER. 1720 79th St. Causeway,
North Bay Villsqe. Conservat va.
Cantor Murray Yavneh. S2-A
AGL'DAS ACH'M NUSACH SETARB)
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St.. Ml.
ani Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Mop,
decai Chaimo"its. B
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 10^
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conservative.
Rabbi Miltcn Sthlinsky. Cantor Ian
Alpern. SI
AGUDAYH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center. 19258
N.E. 3rd r BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Brack
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip.
scietz. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson. M
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 18Srd St,
Conservative. Rabbi Victor O
Zwelling. Canter Jack Lerner. M
SINAI (Temple), of NORTH DADI
JETH TOV (Temple;. S438 SW 8th | 18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform Rabbi
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles i Ralph P. Kingsley. "antor Irving
Rubel. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. 8; Shulkes. 87
------------ J Friday 8:16 p.m. Satunl.iv 10:80 a.m.
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Ml. iR'nni Mitzvah: Bruce Ginsberjr and
AMI. 137 NE let* St. Reform. Rabbi Itandy stafman.
Joseph R. Narot. 10
Friday a p.m Sermon: "Israel's Fu-
lur, and Ours." I urinp the One*
Shabbat. a Kum Bits, featuring Israeli
folk songs and dances, will be held.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 26th
St. Conservative. Cantor Nathan
Parnasa. 11
OR OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi David M.
Baron. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari. 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL. esOO N. Miami
Ave. Conacrvat.'e. Rabbi Mauri;"
Klein. 14
Friday 8:16 p.m. Ouost lecture by
Joseph Montana I, President of Mon-'
tanarl Residential Center. "Pa"
Treatment of Emotionally Disturbed I
Children and How the Community I
Cai Hi i
*ION .Tenrle). 8000 Milter Rd. Con-!
eer^rtive. Rabbi Nor.nan Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Helfman. 18
I 5 p.m Sermon: "Out Owi
-
n i "Si drah i : the We< k Bat
uf Mr ....'] Mi -
Arthur Na|
KY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 Nt,
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Don
Bidnick officiating. SS
YOUNG ISHAfcL OF urteATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodow
Rabbi Zalman Kossowskv. St
CORAl GABIES
Ji.DEA (Temple). 5560 Granada Blvdl
Reform. Rabbi Michael B. Eisen.
stat. Cantor Rita Shore *t
Friday -lS pm Sermon: "It la No
Dream." rommemnratini: larai I's In-
dependent Day Saturday 11:16 am.
service Bar Mitzvah: Hona'.d. m:i of
Mr and Mrs David Fisher.
fiiAUArl
aMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Avt,
Ccnservative. Rabbi Maxwell A.
Berger. Cantor Stanley Rich. 41
SUKfSIDf
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. RabtX
Isaac O. Vine. Cantor Leibe Levme. 60
FOffT LAUDEKDAlt
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Philip A.
Labowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. 41
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland ParJ
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Ahria. Cantor Jerome Klement. 41
riFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E. -
,dh^'Tn*,nn^servative- Rabbi N' 'OMPANO BEACH
than Zolonda*.____ ".MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 6101
NORTH MIAMI NW 9,h st- ____ ____
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225 SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Avt
NE i?1st at Conservative ^ahhl Conservat-u* Ri Cantor Yancov Renzer.
HAUANDAL!
Joseph Grrfinkel. Cantor Yehuda
Binyamiii. 36
p m < lueal apeaki M i
Seymour Bmoller, just return-il f r< m
his 'tli visll to rsrael, "Impressions
ami Moods of the People."

MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheidon N. Ever 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
BETH JACOB. ?01 -Vaahington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
a\y. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL Temple), 154', Jef
ferson Ave Conservative. Cantor
Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 1144 Chase
Ave, Liberal. Ral,bi '.eon Kronish
Ca.itor David Conviser. 21
Friday sis p m s< mo.....\
Tea! Bui No Heapalr! I More
Faith and Hoi Satui m
BETH TFU.AH. 935 Euc'id Ave. Or.
thodox Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky. 2J
SETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE-
GATION, J3 Meridian Ave. 22-A
"UBAN H1BR I Washington Ave. Orthodi>
Rabbi Dow Roi-nwi > --
CUBAN Sf.fHARC.IC HEBREW CON
'.' I Av
Raibi Meir Masi ix Melamed. 23 a
BMANU-EL Vathlng
ton Av Conservative, Ral bl Irvlr
Lehrn-.an. Cantor Zvi Aoler.
HEBREW ACADFMY. W> p,n. Tie-
g^oi Orthodox. R.bbi Al-xandJ s
'"t V1G*T'?N an-nell (Brine"
M..T,'nT *"""") 7th St ami
Mei dian Ave. Orth->oox. 05.4
\v^j\S OHr"N COMMUNITY
AftOnuE 1532 Washinqtor. Ave
- *;,"ibi' Tibor h s""
Mey-r Engel. !f
' T ,soR,?!::.L- !418 ruclid Av.
, t hl David Lehrfiel-
Abraham Seif. ?-
H (Temple), 6?0 75>. S:
r-Zl 5?b01 M'1v"r **>"
or Nico Feldtnan. 2,
empie). rrh st an,
Contervativ
Mne LabOvltz. Cantor F
' Bonlta Dr Or
Phil. ... A. We.
"' -.EWISH CPNTER M
ibbl Sad, N.hmi.Y'*
SEOA1 /on BT2 CHAIIV iu,
44 Washington Ave t'MA,lv' IM^
00
I
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER,
{Conservative). 416 NE 8th Ave.
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz. Cantos
Jacob Danzfger. -3
Friday B:15 i> m Baturday :4B :. m.
HOllfwoOD
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON
GREGATION. Conservative. 3501
Univeraity D'. Rabbi Max We BETH EL (Temple"). 1S51 S. 14th A/a
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jarfe. 4^
Friday 8 1 r, p.m Sermon: "The -
"tale Facing New Crises Oneaj
Shiilih.it sponsored t.y I>i. and Ms.
David ston<- in honor of their son'i
f Dr and Mrs David stone.
Bar Mi:/-. <. Saturday 11 am. service
and Bar Mltavah "f Hi ard \. 1
BETH SHALO-. .Temple). 401 Ar.
thur St. Conservative. Rabbi Mor.
ton Matavsky. C.ntor Irving Gold 44
SINAI (-lempls). 1201 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbi Dav.d Shapiro
Cantor Yehuda Hellbraun. 1;
1EMPLE BETH AHM. Conserat!va
fVihS|Waffl"- AV9o Ho"'" Bebft
H^r 5,r"'r Benarroch. Cantor
Harry Schmerlinu. 47.3
T!h-t-B S01^1- (L'heran. 5,c*
Shcndan St., Hollvw | R^.
-n Frazin Can-. Michael k -r.
'?^N?-,8RAEU ~riOLLYWOOtt
. Stirling Rd Is
m.
MW4M4I
ISRAEL (Temp.e). 69.?0 SW gath st
n >fve Rahbl Avrom Dn, ,
stgr. 2
HOMtmAO
OMESTFAO JFWISH CEN.rq
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Lpril 26. 1974
*J&nist fhrkOar
Pace IS-A
;port Pentagon Lobbying Jewish Leaders
HINGTON American
leaders arc being sought
lenlist their support for. a
idefense-spendina budget.
^fe-dinK to Saul Friedman, of
the flami Herald Bureau here.
Taaders are being lobbied
Seamen for the Pentagon
lily on the basis that Amer-
to Israel during the Yom
War was both forthright
lmediate despite the fact
[met with opposition by the
Union and the Arab na-
iDITIONALLY, declared
nan, "The Jewish commu-
generally liberal'- and has
led repeated increases in
spending."
American aid to Israel
the Yom Kippur War may
hanged some of that.
nig been reported that
|ary of State Henry Kissin-
ger met several times during the
past few months with Jewish
leaders.
IT IS reliably reported that
one of these meetings took place
at Key Biscayne during one of
President Nixon's stays in Miami.
A major lobbyist for the Pen-
tagon, according to Friedman, is
Adm. Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr., out-
going chief of naval operations.
Both Zumwalt and Dr. Kissin-
ger are supposed to have remind-
ed Jewish leaders recently of the
importance of "an adequate
American defense posture," par-
ticularly in the face of Israel's
future military needs.
FRILDMAN NOTES in his
Herald Bureau report that in
March Zumwalt met with a dozen
leaders of Jewish civic and reli-
gious groups at his home and
argued for support of the admin-
istration's S85.6 billion defense
budget, "especially the Navy's
part."
Singled out among leaders
were:
David M. Blumberg. of
Know He, Tenn.. president of
B'nai B'rith, who is supposed to
have sent a letter to the Penta-
gon expressing concern that U.S.
to Israel in the Vom Kippur
Support Univ. on DeFunis
TOR. The Jewish Floridian:
ie Jewish Floridian has
generous coverage to th<
oi Marco DeFunis vs. the
frersity of Washington now
kg leliberated in the Sup:
Irt of the United States.
[owever, as a national vice
^ident of the National Council
rewish Women, who resides
.his area, I would like the
-, ...ie of reaffirming the po3i-
>: taken by Council, fully real-
the emotional distress and
3 ;i expressed by many
[embers of the Jewish commu-
ty that affirmative action may
jd to a regressive adoption of
luo .- ba-ed on race, religion or
laiional origin.
THE NATIONAL Council of
lewish Women has been part of
ti-uggle which has made it
xsible N>r an individual to ex-
eci that he will be judged on
own competence, and it is
font this stance that we feel
impelled to express our concern
tat complex human problems do
jt always fit the neat formulae
^hich we have catalogued by law.
Difficulties arise, when most of
I "-r:
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READERS
WRITE
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Bar Miuvah, Wedding,
Anniversary Parry,
Gala Organizational
Dinners & Luncheons.
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Louis Witkin
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us who have accepted in the ab-
stract the need for certain sub-
jective considerations, then find
these abstractions colliding with
our own family goals.
In the opinion of NCJW, and
the Social Action Commission of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, the case is not
an issue of quota. The issue in
this case is clear. Did the Uni-
versity have the right to jud^e
subjectively the composition oi
its class?
THE FACTS of the case, in our
opinion, belie that DeFunis was
rejected solely because of his
race, his religion or on the basis
of quota.
Juts as 36 blacks and Chicanos
scored lower than he in that en-
tering class, so did 38 whites.
The University, pursuant to the
sipirit of the Executive Order
11246, attempted to provide an
opportunity for young people
(who had been disadvantaged
through no fault of their own) to
begin to become constructive
members of our society in a field
where there is a great and con-
spicuous under representation
of minorities.
WE APPRECIATE the sensi-
tivity of this issue on which reas-
sonable people have di: igree I I
is in the best traditions of Je
iiie in America foi NCJW to
reach out to fellow-Jews to share
our thoughts.
This is n<\ the first time, noi
I'm sure the last, that our sens*
of justice will require that we
respectfully express a different
opinion.
MRS. AARON FARR
National Vice President,
Nat'l Council of Jewish Women
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
1 ->in choked up with pride tc
have a mana "mensch"lik'
Leo Mindlin call it as it is aboir
the Catholic Church and Willian
Shakespeare's "Merchant of Ven
ice."
His April 5 column in The Jew
ish Floridian does just that.
I DARE some of the other
media to show the Church "in th'
full panoply of its butchery and
oppression during the Middle
Ages."
Some of the "shah-shah" Jew
need to be pushed to be proud or
their Jewish heritage.
Leo Mindlin's column ought to
be reprinted in every paper. He
generally manages to stimulate
my Jewish juices, but this one
was supi-rb.
JACK J. RATNER
Si'if-ide
War had diminished the nation's
stockpile of conventional weap-
ons and what that would mean
to Israel's military need-;
Ira Silverman, director of
the Institute for Jewish Policy
Planning and Research of the
Synagogue Council of America.
who calls the Pentagon effort
"lobbying of the Jewish lobby";
Hyman Bookbinder, Wash-
ington representative of the
American Jewish Committee, who
is quoted by Friedman as declar-
ing that the Yom Kippur War
"made us realize that nuclear
confrontation is not the only way
the powers compete. And unless
the U.S. has adequate conven-
tional arms, it could be drawn
into a nuclear confrontation."
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Record Number of Congressmen
WASHINGTON' Some 238
congressmen 48 senators and
199 repn.....natives from 47
states and the District of Colum-
bia have already accepted invita-
tions tn attend functions of the
15th annual policy conference of
the American Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee to be held in
Washington on Apr. 29 and 30.
Senate Minority Leader Hugh
Scott and Sen. Lloyd Be
(D., Tex.) will speak at a dinner
in honor of the Ambassador of
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AIPA's 20th anniversary.
Speaker Carl Albert and House
Leaders Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr.
Mass.) and John J. Rim lea
(R., Aiiz.) and Rep. Sidney Vates
(D.. 111.) will address a luncheon
in the Rayburn Building on Apr,
30.
Humphrey at Assembly
NEW YORK U.S. Sen. Hu-
beit H. Humphrey, former vice
president of the United States,
and Simcha Dinitz, Israel Ambas-
sador to the U.S., will address
the National Assembly of the
Jewish National Fund on May 19
at the Waldorf Astoria.
More than 1,000 delegates from
all pa: ts of the nation are ex-
pected to attend the two-day con-
vocation.
Sen. Humphrey and Ambassa-
dor Dinitz will speak ;.'. the ple-
nary session,
Ambassador Jacob Tsur, world
chaii man cf Iht Jewish Nal
Fund in Jerusaltm, will outline
the plans for a I icenti nnial land
development pi Is
JNF national president, Meyer
Pesin, wi;l deliver th< pr
tial message, and Herman L.
Wei-man is the chairman of the
Assembly.
Robert Merrill, Metropolitan
Opera star, will perform a pro-
gram of operatic and liturgical
selections.
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Miami, Florida Friday April
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19"4
Section B
Bible is Israel's Way of Life,
We Extend a Helping Hand
By ROBERT L. SIEGEL
Campaign Chairman, Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization
4 S ISRAEL : Mth an-
** niver ihood, the
;., nd I irganiiation, which
h ig plaj .1 such a vital. life-SUS-
ole in the growth and
d velopment r the n itl n, has
?c\ as its aim li ti ibutl in
of the la gesl Israel Bonds Issue
ever floated, the *1 Billion Re-
, nstruction and Development
Loan.
Since the first Bond Issue was
initiated in the United States in
1951. ahr>st S3 billion in total
receipts have been earmarked for
in fortifying Israel's econ-
Last year, sales reached
$502 niiiiion
THE GREATER Miami Israel
Eond Organization has embarked
on Its most intensive campaign
With quota >f 5^5 million
a; pa.t of the world-wide bl
. the Sout! ;
ida Jewish community must con-
tinue to demonstrate its trust and
confi lence in the State of Israel
and its people.
To a large extent, what hap-
pens during this historic Israel
Bond- campaign will determine
the course of Israel's future.
\\> who have been concerned
with Israel's growth and devel-
opment must realize that now
mere in >ver before we must
prov. with the moral anH
mat* ial support necessary |
cuperate from the devastating ef-
fects of the Yom Kippur War.
ISRAELS ECONOMIC stn
is the key to the reconstruction
of the country. That is why it is
so important for us to achieve
our quota o: S35 million in the
sale of Israel Bonds during 1074.
Israel's 2o'th anniversary coin-
ith "ii0 beginning of a spe-
cial effort in the Israel Bonds
campaign.
Congregations and other Jew-
ish organizations are being asked
to celebrate this anniversary
with the enrollment of "Shomrei
Yisrael" (Guardians of Israel),
purchasers of a minimum of
S1.000 in Israel Bond-.
WHATEVER THIS critical
year will bring. Israel is prepared
to stand up to it. to build and
create, to cherish freedom and
life, to defend its right to live.
Israel today faces the most
ire trials and difficulties of
its history. This is why the link-
ing of Jews everywhere with Is-
rael's destiny through Israel
Bonds has never been more cru-
cial than at this time. To a large
extent, the answer to Israel's fu-
ture is in the hands of the Jews
of the diaspora through the Israel
Bonds program.
Bonds Vows More
Aid to Israel As
New Drive Gears
i; DAVID FLEEMAN President
Greater Miami Jewish Fi deration
Vk'ITH IMMIGRATION as
" backbone, the Bible as its
people's handbook for daily liv-
ing and free world Jewry (in ,ne
words of Prime Minister Golda
Meiri its "truest allies." Israel
is now embarking on another
quarter century.
A unique hand-;o-hand. heart-
to-heart relationship nas existed
between the Miami Jewish com-
munity and the people ef Israel
for 26 years. This community's
talents, resources, imagination
and energy have helped Israel re-
build the land as it rebuilds '.:
PERHAPS THE most striking
one sees when he visits Is-
rael is not only the lack of alarm
of the people, but the overwhelm-
ing evidence of high ::.orale.
Of course, th- daily pressures
are evident for the Individual Is-
raeli. You can't rr.iss the numbers
of young men and women dressed
in uniforms or the concern on
the face of a mother whose son
i- almost ready for military serv-
ice. You can't avoid the edginess
of a father whose on is serving
somewhere in the Golan Heights.
The people of Israel have kept
their promise in keeping the
doors open to any Jew who seeks
refuge. They have kept the pi-om-
: with the help of free world
Jewry by assuring that every
Jew, wherever he may be. whose
right to live as a Jew is denied,
who suffers oppression because
he is a Jew. shall be able to
come to Israel and build a new-
life.
THE STRUGGLE of the past
26 years has bound this small
nation together and strengthened
the determination of its people.
The promise that Israel Bonds
made is to history, to the destiny
of the Jewish people. It is a
of love, and love Is a -trong bond.
So is the promise which hai
J. ws together through centuries
of oppression.
Mow, as we In Miami celebrate
Israel's 26th anniversary of in-
dependent statehood, we are
keeping our piomise to her peo-
ple and to Jews of the world
who are seeking their share of
.' with
t;
v beat .i'.' tl ;p things
and that is as it should bo
Bat we must also bear in mind
\w.\ we ;'Jn help Israel carry her
burdens in her hour of need.
As members of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation family
the answer should be clear to us
We must use the 26th anniversary
occasion to extend our ties to Is
rael through positive economic
commitments that will assist her
in her multitudinous programs of
ingathering of Jews, of assistanc
to Jews in the new homeland, of
aid to the aged, the infirm, th?
youngster who seeks a start.
We must make our commit
m.'nts stronger than ever before
We must honor them. We must
make them bigger at the sami
lime that we make them stronger.
These are the thoughts w-
must bear in mind on the occa
*ion of Israel's 26th anniversary
These are the thoughts that must
be ir the minds of members of
the Federation familyalways.
Sylvan Meyer
Breakfast Guest
Sylvan Meyer, new chairman of
the Third Century Board of Trus
tees, will speak at the monthly
breakfast of the Brotherhood of
Temple Beth Sholom of Greater
Miami Sunday, at 10:30 a.m. in
the temple's auditorium.
Harold B. Vinik is Brotherhood
president, and Aaron Farr is pro
gram chairman
Mr. Meyer, whose topic will bf
Third Century Bi-Centennial,"
was vice president of Southland
Publishing Co., prior to his serv-
ice as editor of The Miami News.
He has been cited for many hon-
ors, among them the Nationa'
Sigma Delta CM Distinguished
Ice in Editorial Writing
Award.
He is a member of the Pulitzer
Prize Advisory Board. Columbia
University and a director. Amer-
ican Society of Newspaper Edi-
tors.
Israel Bonds Postpones
26th Anniversary Fete
.
Ti liami
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Shimon Peres nor i
ion of
Israel's stateh
27 din ert L. S
plained.
Pores. Minister of I:
liver Ihe principal addn is at the
A. Gans with the Prime Mi
His visit to Miami was cancelled be ..
situation existing withn the Israi
tion o; Prime Minister Golda Meir.
Milton M. Parson, executive director of the Great
Israel Bond Organization, reported that the dinner will be
scheduled at a later and more propitious time." The n
200 persons who made reservations to attend the annual d
dunce will receive official notice of the postponi
vance ticket sales will be refunded within a few
Siegel noted that the message from Israel re-empha
urgent need for redoubled eff irts on behalf of Israel B
ing upcoming months to offset the economic lisl
by the continued mobilization of I.-rae'.i sol.: era
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Friday, April 23, 1974
Leonard Miller To Receive
Humanities Award Mav 23
Leonard Milter of Paa I ma
Hoi ii s, I ic Pembr >k < PTnes, will
bo honore I bj the Greater Miami
Israel B tion at the
first annual South Florida Build-
ers and A lit-.-! Trades Israel Din
ner of State, it has been an-
nounced by R tbert L. Siegel, gen-
eral n chairman.
The Eleanor Roosevelt Hu-
manities Award wiil be presented
to Mill : on Thursday, May 23
and reco
Ice to humanity and a d tvotion
to the S al i Israel in the spirit
of E velt."
Named "Bu lei if the Year"
bj the Bu lei Vsoeiati
South Florida in 1970, Miller
served a< pr I >nl of lh
ciati in in 1969. H resent!
are- :it of the F
ida Horn Bui d "'- Asso
and has been a direct r of the
Ni ii mi I '- f >m
v-j- den ii v '.' IS \ director of
the First Rank of Pembroke
p -"-. v i- supen : or of th'
Hollywood Reclamation District.
Mi'ler. a member of the Beth
T sat'on in North Mi-
ami Beach, is chairman of th"
Combined Jewish Aooeal's Single
Kami': Bui! It- division of the
Gre iter Miami Jewih Fed -ration
Active in th? Jewish War Vet-
erans, he is a member of the \ I-
visory Comnrtte of the Gre
Miami Israel Bond Organization.
M iIt's other community ae-
tivities include membership in
the Pembroke Pines Chamber of
Commerce. Pembroke Pines <*o-
tomist Cub and the City's Fra-
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fields The i i a d nner dance will
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Miami Beach.
Buffalo Club Meeting Set
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Florida will hold its monthly
meeting Monday at the Washing-
ton Federal Bank. 1133 Norman-
dy Dr., Miami Beach. The meet-
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fee and danish will be served.
Bring a friend.
'Citizen! of 197.T
IV*med April U\
I1 I I iunty outst i".di'\? cit
lzen were named Thursday,
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awards natron and chairman of
D i)e Federal Swings and Loan
Assn., al the 27th annual Dade
County Outstanding Cit;zens
Award liiiheoa held at the Four
Ambassadors.
Mrs. Rnvjmnd 'Mar?^ Penrl-
son, nominated by the Hade Coun-
ty Cnmmunitv Schools Counsel
Third Century USA. was pro-
r-1 aimed "Woman of th Year."
and Alan L. Radcliff nominate I
hy the "Friends of th-> Plav-
h 'I ." Henrv Kina Stanf ir I,
d*nl Universitv of Miami;
John Baratt, director, Lowe Art
Mncpum: '''"d S. Leonard Pas Jr..
director. Fire Arts Council of
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Year.1'
Mr. > has be i
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vi?orv Ta on Ec in
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Sh il >m Lodge No, 1024 B
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Women's American ORT, Southeastern Florida Region hon-
ored its donors at the annual tribute lunchacn held March
23 at the Doral Hotel. The luncheon was chaired by Mrs.
Louis Barcn. ccchaired by Mrs. Meyer Rose with sec'..:.:
arrangements bv Mrs. Fri'.zie Leit. Among those honored
were .from left1 Mrs. Gercld Traktman, president, Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Lamport.
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Dr. Resiiikoff Keynoter At
AJGommitlee Dinner-Dance
Dr. Bern
at the A h Commit-
tee's I.-ra
M. BtRNAKD RCSNIKOff
will be the keynote speaker at the
annual dinner-dance at the Eden
Roc Hotel Sunday evening. May
5. where V'al and Mori Silberman
be honored with AJC's Jew-
ish Communal Service Award.
Pr Ri -nikoff is an American
social worker with over a quarter
of a century of professional serv-
ice. Named to his post shortly
he joined the Israel staff in
196 Dr R<"snikoff came to Is-
i ":9t>6 to launch the first
\ in that country under the
of the World Federation
M VWHA's.
ire leaving the United
Dr R<-nikoff served on
..Jional staff of the Jewish
ogical Seminary of America
and the National Jewish Welfare
i Pr.t to tna! he served in
::iber of executive posts in
Ji w -h I'ommunity Centers and
I indi a number of
unil
In a volun. Dr.
ResnikoCf
and ""' .. o : '
is a '. >rnn r I N J., resl
d< d1
Both Val and t S -man
- ecords of
nunal and .
Jewish and genera] commur.
in tho Palm Beach's and in Great-
er Miami.
Val Silberman. a national vice
chairman of the I'.IA Women's
Division is the Miami chairperson
of Operation Israel 1974. chair-
man of the Greater Miami Hich
School in Israel and a Board
member of the Central Agency
for Jewish Education She served
as chairman ef the Women's Di-
vision Initial Gifts for the Great
er Miami Jewish Federation's
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund campaign and
s presently a member of the Jew-
ish Family and Children's Service
board of directors and executive
committee.
Mort Silberman is a vice presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and general chairman
of the 1974 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal-Israel Emergency Fund cam-
paign. He is presently the nation-
al vice chairman of the Social
Planning Committee of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds. A past treasure r
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, and member of its I
tive committee and board of go\
errors, he was a founder and
past president of the Jewish Fed-
eration of Palm Beach County
Marshall S Harris is chairman
of the cocktail reception honoring
the Silbermans; Joel Hirschhorn
is si rving as chairman of the an-
nual meeting.
The American Jewish Commit-
tee, a pioneer human relations
agency, was founded in 1906.
Rabbi Zolondek Honoree At
Temple's 'Night In Israel'
As part of the ongoing Israel
ampaign, two "N
in Israel'' will be held in the
month ei May, on" at Temple
I Facob in Hialeah. the
Gateway Mouse :n North
Miami Beach.
Rabbi Nathan Zi londek, -
ual leader of the Hialeah c
n, wiil i)' honored by mem-
!> rs of Ti mple Tifereth Jacob
18. He will r
tat of Israel Bonds Scroll
of 11 his selfless efforts
ai tan leadei hip in
,1 i r, econ mic de-
nt tl iugh the Israel
t pro ram.
bi Zolondek who served as
prim I dir< ctor of educa-
t .hi at the B tth Sh ilom congre
gation in Bro tklyn, NY. before
rig to Florida, is a graduate
of the Mesifta Rabbi Chaim Ber-
lin Rabbinical College. Active in
affairs in Hialeah. he has
been cited on many occasions for
his meritorious service on behalf
of Israel.
Gerald Schwartz. Miami Beach
public relations consultant and
former national B'nai B'rith presi-
lent for Israel Bonds, will be
.nest speaker at the Temple
'ifercth Jacob evi nt. The docu-
nentary film. "War on Yom Kip-
iir." produced by the Israel De-
l.-e Forces, will al-o be shown.
rry Wolfson is serving as chair-
man.
I i Wednesday, May o. real-
r.ts at Gat waj House will
ther to pay tribute to Mr and
Mrs. Joe Gerson, recipients-elect
th i State of Israel Bonds Scroll
' >por
Gerson. a builder-developer in
eland f ire moving to South
active In the Park
In .eland, and the
RABBI NATHAN 1010NDIK
Anshe Sh 1 I Congregation in
New Roc! e v Y. The Gersons
are members of Temple Beth
Ra| hai l imi Beach. Mrs. Ger-
son, a memb r of City of Hope,
i. a life iiv mber of Hadassah and
the Hebr w Academy, and is a
l,i me ant in B'nai B'rith
Women
.\.,, |uest entertainer
t\ t|: ; tuse "Night in
[sl !'y Sands, Amer-
. humorist. Serv-
Al wander S.
the Greater MI-
Pr me Minis-
ictive i ipport-
(! campaign,
,. ipant in the Interna-
ds Conference
lerusa n 'an. 27-
Residents of the Flamingo Plczc Hotel re-
sponded generously at a recent luncheon
held by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harris on behalf
o: the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
JS74 Israel Emergency Fund. Among those
contributing to the success of the event
were (left to right] Nathan Heller, Mrs. Wil-
liam Roer, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harris, owners
of the Flamingo Plaza Hotel. Mr3. Lenore
Cantor end Frank Weissman.
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Friday, April 26, 1974
Joan Schemer Appointed As
Women's Division Director
i David Scheiner
i tor of
Gi r SI

MRS. DAVID SCHtlMR
re-
rice Went
jj; ron J

fork City, came to
.. am in '"'"' SI
is |
r and
Division

1
;..< feed ly with
if her
emi with Federation,"
said Women's Division president
Irving Wexler, "I kn >v '.
for our entire Women's
Divisioi '. adership when i
thai I'm delighted with her an-
director. We all
to working wi :i her
iming years."
Mrs. Scheiner is a grad
ors, of Hofstra LTn
P or to
.'
,.._.. is an assist
h co
i
mo Cha\ _"" A in r
Hillel Community 1 I
The Hill

. forw ard
fSouth
man,
lunced.
chance
;ion of Hi!
jes .: :'
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Th i has bei ess irj
i
h h ive n
.
many oft!
. : :
recenl National Hillel Com-
n n '! '. igo en-
i : this kind
of program. The meeting in Chi-
itl >nded by the two
nal mers from this
a. Alfred Golden and
rd Burton. 1
a studenl a< th Cn ity of
I i S<'"
was ap-
ed as a Nation
ner
n
United Way Holds
Cabinet Meeting
Thirty-five United Way v
ho'din^ major ca:-'
s met last week at
i Dupont Plaz9 Hoi
. iwond Cabinet
n
1
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n the M
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Temple Beth An: v.
sent musici I s
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of the Fi t Unitei
hu h oi South ? ,.
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am Cl if T mp'.e
and i i M< D<
Phil and Jeny beig oi 425 NE 3Gih Terr, have been
playing "doubles" for 74 years and are still going
strong! The Weinberg twins ware honored in the 20th an-
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proceeded along Biscayne Eouhvard April 14.
The annual parade ia cospensorod by Metropolitan Dcde
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* Jewfsfi ftcrid/for
Page 5-3
Temple Judea Will Honor
Nathan W. Winokur May 19
Nathan W. Winokur of Cora!
!S wi 1 receive the state of
I Ha aria Award at the 1074
Temple .Ulrica Israel Dinner of
State Sunday. May 19. Milton M.
in, executive director of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Or-
ganization, has announced.
An active civic leader in ("oral
Gables, Winokur presently serves
on the Biltmore Development
I til Bus Terminal Board,
I for Com-
iment H served
as chairman of Coral Gables' Traf-
l Snfi ty Commission from 191 I
se chairman of the
" irking Advisory B iard
fr m 1967-1973.
Winokur, who received the Key
City of Coral Gabl is In
11)69 for outstanding civic achieve-
ment, is I former memhr of the
b >ard of directors of the Coral
Gables Chamber of Commerce.
An aide to Mayor Robert B.
Knight from 1972-1974. he was
named "Man of the Year" by the
South Dixie Highway Tenants As-
sociation in 1971. The Nat Wino-
kur Park was established in his
honor by the City of Coral Gables
in 1970
A member of the B'nai B'rith
Coral Gables Lodg. he has been
active in the Israel Bonds cam-
paign since its Inception, and. in
1961. he was South Florida Dis-
trict chairman tor the Combined
Jewish Appeal.
In 1950, Winokur served a
nres'denl of the Brotherhood of
Coral Gables Jewish Center, and
from 1955-1957, be was president
oi the (oral Gables Jewish Cen-
ter. One of the founding mem-
bers of Temple .In.lea. Winokur
h a member of the board of trua
lees.
The Masada Award, commem-
- i 1,900th annivei
- defense ol
isada, the last Jew-
i h sti n tfa R i
man con ;uest of Pal istine, is pre-
mtcd for 'outstanding It
ship and notable achievement in
fortifying the economic founda-
tions of Israel."
R ibbi Michael B. Eisenstat
spiritual leader of Temple Judei,
noted that he was extremely
pleased that one of his congre-
gants had been selected for this
highly coveted award, recognizing
a lifetime of devoted service in
behalf of the State of Israel.
Luncheon, Card Party
Aviva Chapter of Pioneer
Women will hold a luncheon and
card party Tuesday noon at the
Washington Federal, 633 NE
167th Street.
NATHAN IV. WINOKUR
Activities Center
Party May 12
South Beacn Activities Center,
part of the Jewish Community
Centers of South Florida. Inc.
will hold its second annual "90
or Over" birthday party Sunday.
May 12, which is Mother's Day.
Added to the party this year
will be the honoring of couples
married 60 years or more aad
mothers.
The Center extends an invita-
tion to those over 90 years of age
and couples married more than
60 years to attend the celebra-
tion.
Herbert Rubin is in charge of
arrangements.
FOOD
FAIR
KOSHER MARKETS
Discount Kosher Meat
and Poultry Markets
at 10th STREET and
WASH NGTON AVE.
to the
K^tate of sjrsrael
On St, 26tk $ird>Jay
dSDCOAt
n
t V..T-1 TmC F3*DA FLA*
JM SALUTES THE STATE OF ISRAEL
ON ITS TWENTY-SIXTH ANNIVERSARY
SHALOM

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Page 6-3
**?/*** fiW/*r
Friday. April 26. 1974
Flagler Dog Track Reopens
For Summer Season May 1
After setting several world and
state wagering records during the
first half of the 1973-74 season.
Flagler Dog Track will open for
its Summer meeting Wedm -day
night.
In the first half of the Flagler
season, a total of 463.626 fans at-
tended the races and bet well
over $35 million.
Flagler officials are optimistic
that more recurds will fall by
the time the meeting ends July
2. Greyhound racing will be held
nightly except Sunday startii
Organization Secretary
Bookkeeper
Typing am: Zoo'^eepina requ'md.
National Jewish A-ency. Excellent
Benefits Phone 373-6306.
PLANNING
ON MOVING TO
ISRAEL?
HOW WONDERFUL
Call me, Esther, 635-6554 and
let me quote you Mtes. Also
local moving 8, long distance
noving anywhere in the US
>r overseas.
A. B. VAN LINES INC.
(of Miami]
7:45 with matinees scheduled for
each Tuesday. Thursday and Sat-
urday beginning at 1. The open-
ing week schedule will have mat-
inees on Thursday i May 2), Fri-
day (May 31 and Saturday May
i)'.
The opening Saturday matinee
has been designated Shrine Day
and units of the Mahi Shrine will
be on parade prior to racing.
Each Tuesday and Thurs
matinee, senior citizens will be
admitted to the grandstand free
by showing their Medicare cards
or other proper identification.
Much of the track's success was
attributed to its unique new
Greyhound Racing Theater, a
5.000 capacity auditorium built
especially for racing patrons.
Completely air-conditioned, it has
a 40-foot color TV screen on
which the races are shown live
and in instant replay.
The comforts of the auditorium
will again be offered for no
charge other than the regular 50-
id admission Club-
is in will remain Si.
Fla _: r is : ieated at N'orthv esl
''"tii Avenue and 7th Str< et in
[ian Uong with th ,:
i heater,
>uch facilities as the Pad
the Veivi I S -
. the Skj Re
i e party room and the infor-
mal TV Lounge at trackside.
Sol Yogel Takes
Helm Of B.B/s
Dedieation Lodge
B'nai B'rith Dedication Lodge
No. 2743 will hold its annual in-
stallation dinner dance Saturday
n.ght at the Eden Roc Hotel.
Col. Philip Cohen. North Mi-
ami Dade County regional direc-
tor, will be guest speaker and
will install officers and directors
for the sixth consecutive year.
Slate to be inducted is headed
by Sol Vogel, president: Milton
irt, Jerome Goldstein, Al
Rowen and Sam Schwartz, vice
presidents; Irving J. Ledernian.
al secretary; Arthur Corren.
it ial secretary; and Harry
Lopchinsky. assistant financial
secretary: Emanuel Ewen, treas-
urer: William Newman, warden;
and Aaron Hjltzman. chaplain.
Trustees are Sid Neumann. Is-
rael Rubin and Max Rubin.
Serving on the board of direc-
' are Sam Atman. Murray
Bloom. Ben Golden. Ralph Galo-
Jack Krinitz. Louis Norken.
Dr. Sol Berlin. Mac
Deitch. Ben Goldman and Bern
Gelman.
Also Philip Mack. Ralph
Schlesenger, Ben Schn 'iderman,
Murray Tobin, Jacob Sheiniuk,
Arth r, Irving Feld
Dr. Ira Gluckstein, Lou Kaplan,
and ii I-'. immie M
Meml p in tl
limited to unit on Jade
Winds c ondominiu
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Rabbi Albert Mayerfeld Is
New Principal Of Hillel
Michael Scheck. president of
the Hillel Community Day
School, has announced the ap-
pointment of Rabbi Albert May-
erfeld as principal.
Rabbi Mayerfeld brings to
Hillel many years of experience
in day school education. For tlr
past five years he has served a.
executive and educational direc-
tor of the Cincinnati Hebrew Daj
School where he introduced a
Hebraized Monte-sori pre-school
program. He was previously as-
sistant director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education, principal of
the Central Hebrew High Sch":
and instructor in the Adult Insti-
tute. Atlanta. Ga.
A graduate of Johns Hopkins
University. Baltimore. Rabbi
Mayerfeld received a Mail
degree in Educational Adminis-
tration from American Univer-
sity. Washington, D.C. He was
ordained from Ner Israel Rab-
binical College of Baltimore u
pursued post graduate studies in
Israel at Yeshivoth Slabodka ai I
Chevron.
In 1973 Rabbi Mayerfel 1 was
to the board of T
Umesorah National Principals
Associal in In Cincinn il
active in man;
; ..j Hi >Ol i Vssoi i'.;,n of
Hebrew Day Schools.
Rabbi Mayerfeld and I
the former Miss i < Hess oi
Detroit, have three children.
The Hillel Commit- Da;
| through
serves Dad u Bro
counties as a ira litional
school with a : i
-
education,
j ar of
i xisl i ts its ;
the coming year, A
RABBI ALBERT MAY MELD
record nusibe ^f students have
already preregistered.
Rabbi Mayerfeld will be meet-
. all new and prospective par-
ents at a cofiee Wednesday at
7 30 p.m. in the home of Mr. ar.d
Mrs. Robert Ross, 443 Poinciana
Dr.. Hallandale.
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- Friday, April 26, 1974
^Jtniit JJ'cridfi&r
Page 7-B
Sharing a moment at the Women's Com-
mittee of Jewish Family and Children's
Service 13:h annual luncheon are (left to
right! Jeff Solomon, assistant to the executive
director JFCS, Mrs. Morton (Gwen) Wein-
berger, new president; Dr. Lee Salk, guest
sp=aker. Leon Fisher, JFCS executive di-
rector, and Arnold J. Stern, JFCS president.
'Alternatives to Parenthood'
According to Dr. Lee Salk
Addressing the annual instal-
lation luncheon held by the Wom-
en's Committee. Jewish Family
end Children'-^ Service, Tuesday,
April 16. at the Eden R:ic Hotel.
Dr. Lee Saik. child psychologist,
said he was particularly happy to
address a croup which was dedi-
' to the same things which
he I in.
And 5 ilk !> lieves -
I shotll I '
;
that tl take | irenth i a
. and there arc a
tivi
!!' With '"I"!'tl
- "v Salk is that
first, not parents, and
I uld take on as much
resp n b '. ty f r the children as
the : Sii e the futui
': dependi so much on its
young le, and ar >nthood is
so difficult. Dr. Salk believes th I
"more pi i l should consider not
I rniing p -rents"
New officers Installed by Mrs
Arnold J. Stern, chairman, nomi-
nating committee, included Mrs.
Morton Weinberg, president: Mrs.
Stanley Gilbert and Mrs. Robert
I, vice presidents: Mrs. Max
Dinisman, treasurer, and Mrs
id left m. corresponding sec-
retary.
N" .med honorary vice presi-
dents were Mrs Ed,;n n. Oopen
h".m. immediate past oreaMent.
Mr-- Fiuene R. Katz and Mrs. Sol
Goldstein.
Among honorary directors are
Mr<. David P. Catsman. Mrs. Wal-
ter 8. Fr.lk. Mrs. Burton B. Gold-
stein. Mrs. Emanuel Pollack and
Mrs. Harold Rand.
The board of directors includes
Mrs Samuel Adler. Mrs. L. Jules
Arkin, Mrs. Philip Bear, Mrs.
Adolph Bergcr. Mrs. Irving Cy-
pen. Mrs. Leonard Fi ied in I
Mrs Edward Galler. Mrs. Charles
G Idstein, Mrs, Robert Gruder,
Mrs. Norman Hill, Mrs. Arthur
Horowitz, Mr Tom KraviU
Burton Levey, Mrs. Richard Levy.
Mr-- Norman Lipoff, M -
nrd Xcmeroff. Mrs. Harry Or-
leans, Mrs David Rabinowitz,
Mrs. Sam Rosen. Mrs. Donald
R'.'hin. Mrs. Mortimer Schaffer,
Lewis in, Mrs.
i Smith and Mrs. Arthur
Winariek.
Mizrachi Women
Member Tea
And Elections
Hadar Chapter. American Miz
rachl Women, was to meet Thurs
day. at 12:30 p.m. at a mrmh"!
bring a member tea in the horn
of Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Zalis. 952'*
W. Broadview Dr. Lillian Chab
ner was to pre-ide and Molh
Horn was to serve as chairman.
JIatikvah Chapter president
Pear! Schwartz announces tha*
the chapter was to celebrate Is-
rael Independence Day Thursday
al i p.m al Kneseth Israel. 141
.1 Ave. There was also to I
nominations and elections. Ros
Lunger was to serve as program
chairman.
Oalil Chapter will hold a rep
u'ar meeting Monday, May fi, a*
12 T d..... the Wa '<. ncton Fed
cral, 638 N'E 167th St. Chapte
.vill i ntertain in a -l
entitled "A I i; in the Life o
I ran Mizrachi Women."
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Reception Fetes Ed is DePhilippe
The Society for Young Per-
irs !: slate I a reception in
honor of Erlis Da] neral
manager of the Israel National
Opera Company, Sunday, May 5,
at 2:30 p.r.i. Bostifig the affair in
theii home at :!722 Royal Pi l n
Aw v!,i be Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Kogan.
Program for the afternoon will
feature Lux Morales, soprano, of
the Vienna Opera Co.; tenor
Tony Simone in oneratic ex-
cerpts; Ga 1 Fn dland t,
winner of a S10.000 scholarship to
the Univi rsity of Miami, and
)| Daniel Lessner, 14, I
time winner of the Society's
>,'holarship for young perfor
: h i w receive the A ivuta We-
lotou aehohmhip donuied'by
Mr. and Mrs. Morris N jsensen in
memory of their late father.
Reservations are required and
may be made with Ruth Brotman,
founder-president of the group.
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-1974-1975C-
FRANCO MADY JOHN JUSTINO
CORELLI MESPLE REARDON DIAZ
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JANUARY 18 and 25, 1975
JANUARY 22, 1975
DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
NORMAN TERESA
BAILEY KUBIAK
as The Dutchman as Sentd
SANDOR GIORGIO
KONYA T0Z2I
as Erik as Daland
tkf\yiri0uKbmm
by RICHARD WAGNER (in German)
FEBRUARY 10 and 15. 1975 I FEBRUARY 12, 1975
DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM | MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
JUDITH
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as Adina
LUCIANO
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as Nemorino
MARIO
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as Belcore
SPIR0
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as Dr. Dulcamara
ELIXDcofLGVE
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>Jenist fhriidiiair,
Friday, April 26, 1974
Pacesetter's Ball Honors CJA-IEF Leaders
Hundreds of prominent leaders of Miami's Jewish com-
munity gathered at the Pacesettsr Ball, April 18 at the Eden
Roc Hotel, including (left to right): David Balogh; Mrs.
Balogh, shown receiving her Lion of Judah pin as a GMJF
Women's Division Trustee, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I.
Adler.
A 2,000-year-old ceramic urn from Israel was presented in
special recognition to Leo Gelvan (right) for his magnificent
contributions to Jewish survival. Making the presentation
was Robert Russell, immediate past president of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation.
Prominent leaders of Miami's Jewish community at the
Pacesetter Ball included (lefi to right) Richard D. Levy, a
member of Federation's bocrrd of directors; Mrs. Levy,
Women's Division vice president and Mr. and Mrs. J. Wil-
liam Baros, Jr.
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Presenting a Shomer Am Yisrosl Menorah to Herbert R
Sadkin fright; at the Pacesetter Ball aie 1974 CJA-IEF chair-
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The Cafe Pompeii of Miami
Beach's Eden Roc Hotel was the
scene of a gala celebration last
Thursday night, when the Great
er Miami Jewish Federation's an-
nual Pacesetter Ball honored the
more than 375 Pacesetters of tb:
nbined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund.
Hosting the hundreds of
rts, representing the commu-
nity's leading givers to the Fed-
in's annual campaign for
.i wish survival wen- Mr. and
Mrs. Howard R. Scharlin and Mr.
and Mrs. Morton Silberman.
Mr. Scharlin, a prominent South
Miami banker and attorney.
serves as 1974 Pacesetter chair-
man. Mr. Silberman. a GMJF vice
president, is 1974 CJA-IEF chair
man.
Mrs. Scharlin is an active mem
ber of the GMJF Women's Divi-
sion, and Mrs. Silberman is a
National Board Member of United
Jewish Appeal's Women's Divi-
sion, as well as chairman of the
GMJF High School in Israel Com-
mittee and chairman of Missions
to Israel for Miami.
The evening was highlighted
by the presentation of Kenneth
Treister's "Shomer Am Yisroel"
Menorahs the once-in a-lifetime
honor recognizing truly heroic
commitments to the Campaign.
Thirty Miami residents who
have been honored with the
Menorah in past years, were
joined Thursday by Samuel I.
Adler. Leo Gelvan, Milton Mos-
kowitz, Mrs Alexander Muss.
Herbert Sadkin, Ira Sochet and
Eli Timoner.
Mr. Treister was present to
describe the significance of his
original design; he also explained
bis series of six original Aliyah
Sculptures. One of the series is
presented to a Pacesetter each
year, and several of the guests
will be honored for the third
year in a row in 1974.
Leo Gelvan of Miami Beach
was also recognized for his truly
magnificent commitment to CJA-
IEF with the presentation of a
2.000-year-old ceramic urn un-
earthed from the soil of modern
Israel. The urn symbolizes the
historic continuity of Jewish life
which Mr. Gelvan has given so
g( nerously to preserve.
NCSY To Install
Officers June 2
The newly formed South Flor-
ida Commission of the National
Conference of Synagogue Youth
will install its officers at a din-
ner to be held June 2 at the Forte
Towers.
Principal speakers will be Rab-
bi Berel Wein. national director
of the Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations, and Rabbi
Pinchas Stolper, national director
of the NCSY. an American-Cana-
dian youth organization catering
to thousands of Orthodox youth
which is extremely active in the
South Florida area.
Interviews with NCSY person-
alities will be broadcast on ra-
dio Station WIOD Thursday. May
30, at 9:00 p.m.
Members oi NCSY groups in
South Miami, North Miami Beach
and Miami Beach will perform
skits, provide music and partici-
pate in the dinner functions.
Musical Program
To Be Featured
Harmony Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women's Division will have its
installation meeting at the Doral
Hotel Tuesday, May 7, at 8 p.m.
A musical program will be pre-
sented by Elza Zigler with Helen
Skolnik at the piano.
Mrs. Phillip Saul is chairman
for the evening.
Refreshments will be served.
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Proudly accepting his Shomsr Am Yisroe! Menorah at Fed-
eration's Pacesetter Ball, is Eli Timoner lleft). Making the
presentation is Robert Russell, an advisor to the 1974 CJA-
IEF chairman.
1-< rah was pre.'
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resented
Pace-
. Levy (lei!
and H riin. 1974 Pace -airman.
B^acH *e.hhUndreds of Prominent members of Miami
cTtht %S R COITfY t the April 18 Pacesetter Ball,
Poptck- Mr^l, ^ W^! "^ ,0 ri*h,,: ** 'ack S"
S m ^k' member ol Aeration's board of di-
rectors. Marvin M. Cooper and Mrs. Cooper.


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Bonnie Weisbrot. Stephen L. Wolfe
Exchange Vows In April 20 Riles
April 20, at 8:80 p.m.,
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Community College, received his
BA d >m Flori la Interna-
tional University.
After a reception at the Bnr-
. lona Hoi I, the new!} n d- ft
for a honeymoon at Disn j
World. Mr.'and Mrs. Wolfe v.i.l
rc-ide in Miami.
Ellen Margot Bukstel Becomes
The Bride Of James Carl West
Happy Anniversary Israel
On 26 Years Of Statehood
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Growing O'.d'" May 2: the Hon.
Jay De.mer. former Miami Beach
mayor, will speak May 9 and Sam
coe, former president of the
South F.orida Council of B'nai
B'rith Loi he the speak-
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w:.l speak on 'Anecdotes of
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be Dr. Siginund
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of Dr. and Mrs. Li
1055 N\\ L28th Terrace, North
me the bride of
. Wi si in a ceremony
in the chapel of remple Israel,
conducted b; Rabbi Barry Ta-
bachnikoff Sunday, April 21. at
12:30 p.m. 'l he cei e 101 j was
followed by a reception and
luncheon in the Barcelona Hotel.
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in bridi groom is the son of
. Irs Tomn ie W est, of Fort
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stel. matron of honor. The bride-
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the best man; usher- we I
b le bi others, Lee and Gary
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of South Florida where she
earned an Associate of Arts de-
gree, and graduated from Florida
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Friday, April 26, 1974
Bar Mitzvah
Elaine S/obon
Andrew Krcntz
Mark Weiss
CHERYL DECKER
i j i Ann of Mr.
Mrs. Edward De ki will be-
Bal Mil y. April
al 8 p.m. ;ii Beth Torah Con-
- at ion. A champagne brunch
reception will be held al 5k
Country Club on Sunda) ti
bra' !h. event.
The guests will ii.elude
Cheryl's grandmothers, Mrs.
Henry Turoff and Mrs. Bessie
Decker, both of North Miami
Beach, and a number of relatives
from New York and New Jersey.
Cheryl, who is in the fourth
grade at the Beth Torah Harold
Wolk Religious School, is a stu-
dent at John F. Kennedy Junior
High School. She won first prize
in her sixth grade oratory contest
last year.
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ELAINE SLOBAN
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sloban's
daughter. Elaine Fay. will be-
come Bat Mitzvah on Friday.
April 26. at 8 p.m. at 3eth Torah
Congregation.
Elaine attends seventh grade at
John F. Kennedy Junior High
School and plans to continue her
studies in Beth Torah Pre-Con-
firmation and Confirmation
Graduate Schools.
Guests in attendance for the
occasion will include Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Chester of Cleve-
land. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Natha-
niel Hill oi Palm Beach, Mr. and
Mrs Matthew Mallow of New
York, and Mi. and Mrs. Max Pol-
lach of Los Angeles. Calif.
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DOUGLAS WEISBERG
Douglas, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Weisberg, will observe
his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday,
April 27. at Beth Torah Congre-
gation. Mr. and Mrs. Weisberg
will sponsor the Kiddush follow-
ing the services in honor of the
event.
The guests will include Doug-
las' grandmother, Mrs. Frieda
Weisberg of Miami. A number of
relatives and friends from To-
ronto and Detroit, Mich., will at-
tend.
The celebrant, a 6th grade stu-
dent at Sabal Palm Elementary
School and member of the fifth
grade class at Beth Torah's Har-
old Wolk Religious School, was
the recipient of the Presidential
Physical Fitness Award and is a
member of the Optimist Baseball
League.
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DREW EPSTEIN
Saturday, April 27, at 8:30 a.m.,
Drew, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Stephen Epstein, will become Bar
Mitzvah. The kiddush will be
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Ep-
stein in honor of their son.
Drew is a student at John F.
Kennedy Junior High School, is
in the fifth grade at the Beth
Torah Harold Wolk Religious
no il, and is a member of hi
N'oith Miami Optimist Football
League.
Among the guests will be
- grandparents, Mr. and
Louis Stepenoff of North
Miami Beach and Mr. and Mrs.
A. Berger of Whitestone, N.Y.
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ANDREW KRANTZ
Andrew, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Krantz. will become a Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning, April
27. at Temple Menorah.
Andrew is a seventh grade
honor student at Nautilus Junior
High School An avid tennis play-
er, he has won several trophies
for his skill.
A Kiddush will follow services
in the temple's Crimson Room
and Andrew will be honored with
a reception and dinner at the
Eden Roc Hotel. Joining in the
celebration are his grandparents
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bregman
and Mr. and Mrs. Mack Charney.
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MARK WEISS
Mark Elliot, son of Judge and
Mrs. Eugene Weiss, will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday, April 27,
at Temple Emanu-El.
Mark is a seventh grade stu-
dent at the Lehrman Day School.
The celebrant will be honored
with a reception in the Friedland
Ballroom of Temple Emanu-El.
His grandfathers. Rev. Max Weiss
and Samuel Reiter, will attend
the event.
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HOWARD STONE
Howard Neil, son of Dr. and!
Mrs. David A. Stone, will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday. April 27
at Temple Beth El, Hollywood
Dr. and Mrs. Stone will sponsor I
the Oneg Shabbat at the temple
Friday evening in honor of the
event.
Guests in attendence will in-
clude Mrs. William Gottfried,
maternal grandmother; Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Stone, paternal grand-
parents, of Hollywood; Mr. and I
Mrs. Albert Kimbrig of New!
York City; Mr. and Mrs. J;ck:
Birks of Long Island, N.Y.; Mr. |
and Mrs. Marvin Stone of Syra-
cuse, N.Y.; Mr. and Mrs. H."sa
vitch and Mrs. Joseph Schwartz
of Binghamton, NY.; and Mrs
Jack Widrow of Baltimore, Md.
Howard is a 7th grade student
at Nova Middle School.
Films At Wometco Theatres
Opening this Friday are "The
Hong Kong Connection" and
"The Thunder Kick." at Womet
co's Town. 27th Avenue and
North Dade Theatres; "The Pa-
per Chase" and "Cinderella Lib-
erty" at the Surf and Palm
Springs 2 and "Summer Wishes,
Winter Dreams" and "I Never
Sang For My Father" at the
Carib.
Sol J. Schreiber (right) presents the State of Israel Bonds
Scroll of Honor to Albert Marsh at the Granada Dadeland
"Night in Israel" held Sunday, Apr. 14 in South Miami.
Marsh was honored for his distinguished service in helping
to speed Israel's economic development through the Israel
Eonds campaign. Schreiber, a member of the South Dade
division of the Israel Bonds campaign, served as chairman
of the Granada Dadeland event.
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Obituaries
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HANDMAN, Murraj
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WIENER, in Philip, ol Miami
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Ml N< bo
WiNiC. David V ,51
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WINOGRAD. Relli '
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PERLMAN. Hi v.. rd M 13,
l CHIEL. Hem letti of N .ml.
Rl\it-ld< I Ml N .'
Finclaire. Barm ol Miami,
l-evil t
GARFINKEL, I ine. 81, of No.
Miami Bea h, Blaaberg
GURAIN, Alexi ..(Miami
i:. ach, Blaaberg
JACOB, Hum, 7S, c( No. Miami
Riverside _.
PANSEY. Nell, CO. of No. Miami
li.... h, Blasberi
PLESOFSKV, Benjamin David, .0,
(.f Miami Beach Riverside
ROSE. Hannah J.. 51 of S. Miami.
Riverside
weintraub, Tetta BO Blaaberg
BISHOP. Frieda, 60, i( Miami Reach,
Riverside, Interment. Mt Nebo
HOPKINS. Ann. 79, ol Miami
Beach, Blaaberg
stetson. Dorothy, of Ni Miami
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TROUP Ethi < 64 B sberg
WENTRAUB. Yi Itl 80, Blahi
GOtDBERG ral 78, Ol M
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GERSON. Mi "-. of Hallar.di.le.
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GRABOYES, Irving, 56, of No.
Miami Beach, Riverside
KATZ, Samuel. 78. of No. Miami
!:. .,. h, Levitt.
KELLER. Emannel, 84. of Miami
Beach, Riverside
MILES. Beta, 89, Of Miami .".each.
Newman. Interment Mt Nebo.
DAVIS. Mlllard Karl. tt, of Miami
Reach. Riverside.
HAPERSTACK, Harry. 76, of Miami
I'., ach, '.ordon.
FAERBER. Louis, No, Miami Beach.
Levitt.
FINKELMAN. Abraham,. 88, (lordon.
PHILLIPS. Mary J. (Krellberg), 68,
Of No. Miami Beach, Riverside.
SEIGEL. Sophie, 63, of Miami
):... I. Rlvi'side.
COOPER. Isaac H 84, of No. Miami
Rea. I Riverside.
HEIMER, Irvine. I.evitt.
KOHN. Jack, 76, Of Miami Reach.
Rlvi r.-:d..
LEVIDES. Mattrl e, 84. of Miami.
Let
COHEN. Cl. rli b, 71, of Miami
Beai h, Blasl erg
SOBER, i. of North Miami
Bei B berg
GERSHESON. Mi 78. Ol
i
LEDERMAN. Rosi
I'.... -
MAZZIN. Mi
Vev. n
ROTH. Harold 78. ol Miami
ZLOTNICK. Arthur, B6. of Miami
I h, Xev, ma n
BORAH, i of No. Mlai
.!
Berlin. Ely, oi l-t Lauderda
L. vitt.
boosoff. Rose, ol h> llywoi d,
Levitt.
COOPER. Morris, 78, of Miami
Bi.. h Rlvi rside,
KRONER. Abraham, 84, ol Miami,
Gordoi Intel menl Mi Ni I
MAXMAN. Max, 7". No, Miami
Bea i. 0
FISHER, Leonard, 89, of S( Miami,
Blaaberg.
FREEMAN. Kay, 60, nf .Miami.
GROSS, Abraham H 80 of Miami
Beach, Rlvi rside.
MANDEL. Murray. I..
ROSELL. Helen
Rlvi
SCHWARTZ. Levitt
BRAUN, Howard, 41, ol I.
I nk< Gi rdon
BRINER. Edward 68, Ol So, Miami.
11, 'dcii Inti rm.nt Star of D
FINKENBERG. Mrs !
n 77. ol Miami Bei R vi r-
li
UGAl NOTICE
I
IEGAL NOTICE
IEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
AND -CR
DADE COUNTY. FLOR'DA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-9721
-
riON
CON BT45 JCT E SERV ICE
. r-.-QPERTY)
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: .
WOLF
d SCHnNINOER I ttomevi
in the circuit court of the
eleventh jcD.cial c.rcuit
of florida. in and for
dade county
PRO? .- .ON
IS
NOT1CI 0 CREDITORS
T

V- u .
ran i
DAVIS
-
SecOon 738.11
unty Coui
I ..'
..... .. .1....,.,,. x \.. :,,..... .......-,...--...
for Petitionei wl ess li Suite Dade O
! Sl'Ui '
.,.:.). Mlai ibl! ation hereof, or the same
v. ih the will bi i .
ve-styled u oi Pile. Florid
before May 17, 1974: i Default will bi das ol April, a.D 1974.
-i you for the relief; L1LL1E MAE FITZGERALD
........._..... .. .-m i.'i *,,c i tilt*. : i,ii....i^ ..in,, li... ....
prayed f.-r In the Petit, a Executrix
This Notice shall be publish, d once | First pub] of tl.
each ".-.- :, : four consecutiv. weeki the i'.;h day :' Anvil, l;74.
Florldlan, 120 N.E. 6th SIMON HATS .v. ORUNDW
Street, Miami, Florida. Attorney for Executrix
U'IT\"t\C mv Korrf nrt *V., ^,1 # ..... *i...... T>....,l;
.'..... i.in 11, ri.iiiiA.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said .curt at Miami. Florida on this S
day : April, 1974
(Circuit C ur- seall
RH 'HARD P. BRINKBR,
As Clei uit Court
County. Florida
By C, P COPEI-AND
,..^, r- ,A" "cnuty Clerk
WOI.I- and SCHONINQER TA
Attorney for Petitioner
i Penthouse 9808 S Dadelan.l Blvd.
I Miami. Florida 331SB Tel: 661-3384
By SAMUEL FRANK SCHONINOER
4/12-19-26 f 3
JllemoriaJ Chapel
"JEWISH Fl/NEJrAI DIUaORi"
10CAI AND our OF STAT<
ARRANGtMtlMTS
947-2790
13385 w nixir MWV N.M.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-10061
i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in Re Th. Marriage Of
ANOEL i A! ZADILLA, Husband
' MAPJA CRI8TINA CALZADILI^,
TO: MARIA CRI8TINA
CALZADILLA
vt. as MARIA
STINA BENDECK
Rengo 6S6
Chile
YOU ARE HEREBY m lifted tl I
Petition
''~ ou an you
n Hired li ervi
Ihi pleading to
"'' n the H itor-
' ROOERG ;,,i-
N W 17 Av.
file th.
with !. rk of thf abovi -
Com
or a Di tauit will bi en-
.... i u
DATi.i i thii loth day I April, 1974
HARD V 111.INKER
rk of the i-:r. uil i ,,Urt
By P. J. WILSON
4/12-19-86 5/3 \
in the circuit court^of the
Eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for
dade county
probate division
probate no. 74-1974
111 RE: Estate of
MURRAY HOFFMAN
t .NOTICE T0 CREDITORS
ro All Creditor! and All Pi
''.'*' Demands Against Said
I y- I .1 t
"i hereb: notified and re-
quin .. i present ani all .- .
whu h you may have .
'hi : MURRAY HOI
" ol Da.....ounty, I
ti ihi Clr till Judgi ol Dadi i
tl same In duplicate and -..
providi .1 ;:. Section 783 16, ( orida
Statutes, in their offices In the Count)
| urthousi in Dade County, I
four calendar month
in.- tun.- ..f th.. first publli
ol r thi mi will be barred
Filed ul Miami. Florida, tlii.- lr.th
day if April, ah 1974
SADIE Hi IF i-M AN
Ai Bxacutrix
hf atlon of this notlc
the 19th day oi April, 1974
Sheldon N L.-l.-huk
A"'' Bxeentrlz
1-"in Street, suite 101
North M...tni. Florida 33161
.________ 4/19
. 08 Ain.-ley Building,
Miami, Florida
notice on
ERG
4 19-S6
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. 74-9356
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
The marriage rf
CHARLES STVER. husband
on
Palmer's
Miami Mon'tmenf Cor.tp.is/
37.7 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
444-0921 44-09M
Closed On Th taWrA
Personalized Memovfls Custom
Crafted In Our 0^n Workshop.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
., T.._ (NO PROPERTY)
?,CLC!RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
____ DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-9236
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
IN RE The Marriage of:
ROBERT BENJAMIN,
Husband-Petitioner
OVEIDA QLADTS BENJAMIN,
wire-Respondent
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
1___ OF MARRIAGE
v,!,'VEl\'.}- .VAPY8 BENJAMIN
TOl ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
inai a petition for Dlsaolutlon ..f your
Marriage has been filed and com-
I in this court and you are
required to serve a copy of your wrlt-
!!'." J ',r:"s' s' lf ""y. to "n DANIEL
RETTER, ESQUIRE, attorney for Pe-
tition.r, whose address is 1006 Con-
greos Iluildlng. Ill N. k Second
Avenue, Miami, Florida 33132,
and
GAIL T STVEIt. wife.
TO: GAIL P. STYER
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
i utlon of Mar.
i lag. i been i gainst you and
you i n required ti serve a copy of
'.. li n di fenseJ If an]. to II
on AKTIiil! h LIPSON. attornej
foi Peti...... host addn is is ]98"n
so i ..-ean DRIVE HALLANDALE,
FLORIDA, 33009, and file the wriglnal
with the clerk I : th) above styled
court on r befori Ma) 17 1974
a .- di fau -., be entered
. : di ma ndi d
.. mplaii or pi tlon.
This : ha] bl Mil II hi
each week fi i,- weeks
In THE JEW ISH FLORIDIAN
. uri ai M
3 da) I Api. 1I-74
RICHARD P RR1NKER, Clerk
Clei Circuit C.
Dadi Count]
By P \vi gi ,
a- 11. puty Clerk
11 uil oui I s-.,.,
Arthur H Lips, n
980 Si i eai I -rive
Hallandale. Florida 33009
Attorney for Petitioner/Husband
6/12-19-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
No. 74-9228
in RE: Th. Marriage of
1 I RI< l.\ I. .'AN,'EL.
\ Ife, Petitioner.
and
MARCOS A CAN.!!,.
Husband, Respondent
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE ACTION
TO: MARCOS A CANCEL (Sgl.)
S718 Seminary Road
Apt. No. 4
Pall Church, Virginia 22401
TOU, MARCOS A CANCEL, are
notified that a Petition for
utlon of Marriage has l.....n filed
against you a copy ol wl li Is at-
tached hereto and m here-
of, You are required to si
of your reply or other pleading there-
to to the Petitionei k EN-
NETH N. REKANT. li.-.,. One
Lincoln Road Build n --.i t. 229, Mi-
ami Beach, Florida,
. pi) oi ding in
il '<.....I ol thi Circuit
'..uri on or before Ma] I 1974. If
! .ii I ill ti. .1,. so ludgmi .. b> d< faull
"'il be taken againi I you f..r the
di manded In thi Pi tltlon for
111 ..li ol
This notice shall be published once
eek for four ci utlvi
in The Ji ..an
DONE AND ORDERED Bl Miami,
da, .'.. of \ i-11 i -1
RICHARD P, DRINKER, CLERK
Circuit Court, Dad. I 'oui n i
By I- ,i WILSON
notice of action
constructive service
(no property)
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit
cf florida. in and for
dade county,
c vil action no. 74-9150
(IF
: CH ',.:;.' ,

: R
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE

:
i.. i.; Canada
I
Dli olutlon of
ags bI you
HUIIr.l li, -.-I V .,
our writ to II
: l >A '. .i STI iNK, atton
P tlonei address la 191 N W,
18th Avenue, Miami, Florid..
, -,..i with tin erk
of thi .i vi ..'il court on or I., fore
Mi v io, 1974 othi rw lee i suit
will I.. ei.t.M.I acain-i you f.i the
-.|..f demanded In the complaint or

notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutiv, w.eks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and thi seal of
M d court at Miami, Florida on this 2
day of April, 1974,
R. P BRINKBR,
As Clerk, Circuit Court
I',..... untv. Florida
By A L RIVAS
m As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
DAVID E STONE, E8Q
STONE \- SOSTCHIN. P.A.
Attorney! U r I'etitioner
IS! N" W I2tn Avone. Miami, Florida
Attorney foi Petitioner
4/5-12-19-86
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF hLOHIDA. IN AND l-UH
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-9149
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
IN HE: THE MARRIAOE OF
ARTHUR HENRY I.ETT. Husband
and
JAl KIB ELAINE LETT wife
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
JACKIE ELAINE LETT
macks Avenue
I lie, North I ".in.lina
,YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
' tor DI olutlon i t
been Hied against y. u
required to serve a
.. ur wi tl. n defenses, if any
STONE, attorney for
whose address Is id N w
/v. ml Miami. Florida 331.8!
file the original with the cl. rk
',f ""' lyled court on or t ...
P May 1", il.74: otherwise a default
""I be entered against you for the
MUtlo '" ""' """,,la'"t or
! This notice shall he published once
ea n ... k for four consecutive week*
in THE JEWISH PLORID1 \N
WITNESS my hand ami the SOB] of
1 i Ml imi. Florida on this
,i day of April I! 74
H P BRINKBR,
As Clerk, Circuit court
i .I.- County, Florida
By v .). maeit.-ci
As Deputy ci.-rk
fClrcult Court Seal)
DAVID F. STONE, ESQ.
STONE ,v s. ISTCHIN, PA.
101 N.W. Uth Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
Tel. 884-4565
Attorney for Petitioner
4 ".-1C-1V26
Di put] erk
4 5-12-19-8*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned Inti nds to ri Kisti r
BcfnSj '.....Us ";"" '"' DRIFTW PATRICIA 8. CARTER
.__________4 5-12-19-24
friendship...
means someor.p ,ares
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
Semmjlhelt.. ,,3,
ORTHODOX
CONSE'. .
_______r IF0M si |
Emjnuel Gwdc i
Mjrry Gordon II9M
Tele),"
. original with the clerk of the .
above styled court on or before May
10. I974| otherwise a default will be '
entered against you for the relief '
prayed for in the complaint or peti-
tion.
WITNESS my hand and the seal Of
"ini ai Miami, Florida << this 8
day f Anrll, 1H74
RICHAHii i>. BRINKBR.
As Clerk. Circuit Ci uri
Hade County. Florida
By C I' COPBI.AND
(Circull Court seal)
I \\ i i BTTBR BSOI1
nnr,ConKress Buildingr
1 nb 8 cond Avenue
Florida 33132
es i ir Petltli
_. NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME i ..,
( nun f D,.U|C County.
the Circuit
Florida.
JOSE It. FERNANDEZ
________________... 4 S-lt-19-26
'erk

._____NOTICE UNDER
< ..^'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN H...
the undersigned, desiring toeruui^Mn
zt^.....^SS
',, /,; w
m y for \ ,
".
I
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-9178
IN RE THE MARRIAOE IF
I IDOKNA MARTINEZ,
Pel tloner,
and
RUBEN MARTINEZ,
Respondent.
TO KHBE.N MARTINEZ
'. IL rmltage s
Chicago, lllinoi
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
,.T,U ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
"' "'ion for Dissolution of
" pi.....tgaln.0tnyo0u
' r. required to serve a codv
written defen ,,. ,,
QEORQE .1 TALIA.VOFF.' Baa
ler), attorney for i-.
addreai is 42h Uncoln
and rile thi pal with the
Ma) 8, 1974: otherwise a default will
been ered agalnai you for the relilef
.l.manded in the Complaint or p, tl-
This notice shall he published on
RICHARD P BRINKBR,
V Clerk, Circull Court
Dads ..unty. Florida
By L SNEEDEN
fircuit c,^1's;,.;,;:vr:""
Miami Beach, Florida S88 ;r\7
Attorney for Petitioner
NTICEnamIr, f|ct.t.ous
"V
' 'f;
n........ "< i ir
County. Florida
1 "ni Beach. Florida 83191
1 19-26



lay, April 26. 1974
pJeirf&ii IhridNkMt
Page 13-3
lEGAl NOTiCE
LEGAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAl NOTICE
LEGAl NOTICE
notice of action
constructive service
(no property)
the circuit court of the
Eleventh judicial circuit
of florida. in and for
p "= fOI 'NT"
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-10835
a. -. --- -<
of marriage
1 Tl IN ROLNICK
BUA ROLNICK
l ECEL1A ROLNICK
^171 34th Avenue
Long Wand City. N
tl ARE HEREBY Ni
, 'tlon for I Mssolutlon of Man
be n filed against you and u
r iqulred i" larva a copy 4 your
in defenses, if n y, to II
T ii BURNS, f >r
Miami Bi I P orlda
: file the orlj i th-
ibove styled urt >
May -'-' 1974:
i III be i ntered
J lemanded mplainl
f i hall bi nul he I
for four < n* utlve v
;\\ ISM PI IRID A N
|v --' my hand
l i Florid on this
[ vprll. 1974.
i vi:o P :
A Clerk, Cln u
i de i'. unty P
Bj L SNEE
v- Demit] i
\ l iur( Si
;" U Bl'RNS
Road
' Florida
i for P

IN TME CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74.10478
mai rlage Df:
i rousur i>ai..\i..
i
Mini
CAROLYN Hl'OHBTT DALAL,
ipoi dent
NOTICE OF ACTION
CAROLYN HUOHETT WILSON
MAI .VI.
C illle Av enue
H \- i "h i
Tenneaaei S74A4
" ARE NOTIFIED thai a Petl.
r Dlaaolutlon of Marriage dm
filed concerning your marriage
ii are required to ierv
li u-ritten reapon or lei
II iny, to said Petition on MYRON
MARKS, Petltloner'i Attorney, whose
!- -- la 7208 |:,,,i i>,, ,,| |. i; ,N
: Miami, Florida SSI 55, on
I Ma) :'i l"74. and Me Ih.....
Clerk "f this Courl either
b-fTi :-......>n Petitioner's attorney
dla tely thi reafter; otherwise
l-'tUll "ill be entered for the re-
ded In th.- Petition.
' "nkss my hand and seal of this
April 15, 1 !T4
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk of said Court
By C. P. OOPEI^AND
As Deputy Clerk
4/19-86
"
v,
Court
5'3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 74.9330
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
.,. "PT'CE BY PUBLICATION
KE: The marriage Of
I "SARD ALLEN PEBT8,
Husband
and
AN V DEL CARMEN OARCIA.
W ife.
. ANA DEL CARMEN GAR-
resldenoe unknown, are required
our answer to the petition for
itloi of marriage with the Clerk
ribove Court and serve a cony
i'_ upon the petitioners attorney,
Herman Cohen. Baa., tit S W 1st
Miami. Florida. 131S0, on or
J" re May 1.1. 1>74. or e
e "onfesaed
1 Aor ::. 1H74
RICHARD P, BRINKBR
Clerk, Circuit Court
By C P COITl.AM>
Deputy Clerk
______ 4 lt-19-SI 5/3
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. 74.9409
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
... ,,,. OF MARRIAGE
The Marr age ox
RAUL i' MIGUEL
i:u-:
and
\ COLL DE M
Wife
EUGENIA COLL I E MIGUEL
Santiago Ramon l: CaJ U No >,
Apl Derecha
Palma de MalNr ,i.
Bal an Bpaln
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
: action for I ilssolul
rlage has > en filed aa ou u d
ilred ipy of
your written defenses, if any to II
1 j:' i] D CEASE, ESQI "
I u :' ir Petitioner, host
2720 Wesl Flagtor Miami.
Florida, and file the original with the
above tyled *>urt on or
slay 10, t "'7 4. othi Ise i de-
fault will be eaten a u
ii. relief demanded In I I ualnt
or petition,
hall be published onre
i ek for foul
in THE JEWISH I-'!.' ill IAN
WITNESS n > hai '
of i, d i oui' al Mian
' da) of April, i.:i
RICHARD P BRINKEI
At Clerk, Clrcull I' wrt
i 111 i u I
BON
A- Ii. i,iii\ I'lerk
nit Court S
HAROLD CEASE, ESQ
West Klagler Street
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
4/12-19-36 J/J
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
. NOTICE la HERE! II\ ,:\ thai
' '"
Dusincfi under thi u> nan
an, Moi r i ,.,.
panj ,, t South Dixie HI
ml, i lorlda Inten I- ... ?.
tald name with the Clerk of the Clr-
i ull 'ourl ol Dad l in Floi Ida.
Caplan, Morrison. Brow n ,\
Compans P ,\
OERA1 D SILVERMAN
) for appl
.:'" Roberts Building, Miami, Florida
4 l-lfl :, .;.]n
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. 74-8995
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
IN RE: THE M VRRIAGE OF
CHARLES WASHINGTON Ki'UTE
lin
.i i. I
LA IRA FOOTE,
Wife
IARLES WASHINOTl 'X
FOI
Apartment 4H. 812: Balli j
A\ niie. Bronx, N
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
il i petition for 1>i ul on .f vour
- l i bei filed and com-
: in ibis courl and you are re*
.: ed to set \ a copy of \ our written
any, to II on MORTIMER
S, COHEN, attorney for Petitioner,
iddn ^s i^ luilding
IN 1-: v\ 'in... : i ami, Floi Ida
ii .: fib- the original with the
ab'v.- styled courl on or
Maj 10, 1974; othi r Ise R de-
fault will be entered against you for
I in ,i\ ed for in the complaint
* tlon
notlci shal be publish) d once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH F1 ORID1AN
WITNESS my hand and Ihe seal ol
said courl al Miami, Florida on this
: day '"7'
' RICHARD P BRINKER,
.\- Clerk Clrcull Court
Dade ('ounty, Florid i
By C l. ALEX VNDER
Ai Deputy Clerk
(Clrcull Court Seal)
4 5-12-19-34
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OK
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.10547
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
PIERRE THELON, Husband,
Petitioner.
MARIE THERE8E CAMILLE
THE! "N Wife. Resnondenl
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: Mra Marie Theresa
Camilla Thelon
p.O Box
\a-sau, Bahamas
YOl- ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage bus b, en filed against you and
irou are required to serve a copy of
.our written defenses, if any. to it on
David K Stone. Baqulre, attorney tor
Petitioner, "bos, address it i"i nay.
'th Vve. Miami, Florida 3S128. BJid
rile the original with the clerk of the
ibov. styled court on or before May
t ] -. T1 otherwise a default Will be
i against you for the re'i.-f !
manded in the ''omn'alnV,VV i on?.
This notice shall be published our.
ach week for four conaecutlve weeks
n the lEVi 1*H '"' "';"'.' \N .,
WITNESS my hand and the seal or
,,i,i court at Miami Florida on mis
-,th daj of April. I?;* ....
H1CHAHP P KRIVinER.
At <1erk. Circuit Court
Ha.b- County. Florida
By C. 1 AI B" vnER
vs Deputy Clerk
'Circuit Court SealV
Yavid E Stone, Esquire
Attorney for P-H."-^ |/|M
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-8991
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE >F
ELECTO MEURICE,
Husband,
and
ROSALIA MEURICE,
V\ ife
TO: ROSALIA MEURICE
617 W, is4th Stre> t
Apartment 17
.\.w York, N Y
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that
Vl?vV^C%TDffiJ,8|oTrHB
F PLDARDDEACONUNATNYFOR
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74.1444 (Bl.nton)
S- RE ESTATE Qf_
"^'^o^tice^f'p'robate
TH^STATEOFFLOR.DA:sTEn
:NTHE ESTATE OP SAID
D^uE?r.NhT.r*by notified that^srU.
Inatrumeni purpor M
HI and teatament of said dece-
.... i,:,s i.....n admitted o p obate In
1 within six calendar month)
"Tfi JL^Sffl' Court
appear it saw our
unrevokeil |iv R )U AN,,,N
Cln in' Courl .'n'l- ,
RICH\K1' P BRi: rk
RIbTcoRNELL ROBINSON
Denuty Clet _..
NELSON. FELDMAN ft DA\HD80N.
ESQS
fpa.
:h Uth .lay of AprU.^* .,,. (
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
flCK 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai
TIC--
ih' :
1 'siring to
Daniel M F D.O.. P A
Spdrb
Heilbrom ft Ki P v.
x'""' ''"
100 N i11~. ayne Blvd Bulti
U ami, Florida 33132
4 12-19-1?
and file tha original with the clerk "f
the above styled courl on or before
May i" i:74: otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief
: 'i in the omplalnl or peti-
tion
This noli,,- shall be published once
acb week for four consecutive weeks
:i THE JEWISH FD IRID1 W
v\ ITNES9 my hand and the
said courl at Miami, Florida, on this
1 day of April, 1971
RICH Vi:n P. BRINKER. iMerit
.\- i M.-ik. i Ircull ''
Dade Count) I
B) C 1. ai.i:x .NDER
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seali
AIJ1ERT I. CARRICARTE, ESQ.
Ti'i'l 8 W 11 Avenue
Miami Florida "",J"
Attorney for Petitioner
Phone No. 568-8633 ,
4'5-1 19
|tj THE CIRCUIT COURT CF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORID*. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. ;.i.9i80
IN RE: Tl Man _
l IRIS UILLEY,
11 a
MARY BVER80N OILLEY,
\\ Ife- Responde
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE ACTION
YOU, M.vl'.Y EVERSO.N OILLEY,
are hereby notified thai I
for Dissolution ol Marriage has been
filed against you, a copy ,,f which is
attached hereto and made i part
hereof. You are required t" serve a
copy of your reply or other pleading
.. to tbe Petitioner's atl
KENNETH N. REKANT, ESQ., One
Lincoln Road Building, .suite 229, Mi-
ami Beach, Florida, 538-4812, and file
the original repl) or other ii'-:i
the Office of the Clerk "f the Circuit
Court on or befori May 17, 1974, if
you fall to do .-. judgmei hj default
will b, taken against s ou fot
lief demanded In 'tic Petition for Dis-
solution "f Marriage
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeki
in MMie Jewish Florldlan,
DONE AND 1 HtDERED al '
Florida, this 9th das of April,
RICHARD P BRINKER Cl '
1 "in ult Court 1 oui ). Florida
By P .' v\ 1 LSt iN
1 tepul I Cl) rk
4 12-19-28
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTYl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.1006
GENERAL JURISDICTION
IN RE THE MARR1 v.;K OF:
CRISTINA 1" NUNEZ,
Wife
and
WALTER F NUNEZ.
Husband
TO: WALTER F. NUNEZ,
Address unknown
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an aetio 1 for Dlaaolutlon "f Mar-
rinise has turn filed attains! you and
you urc required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on
FREDERICK n SPIEGEL attornej
for Petitioner, whose address is 1"1
\ W l-'th Avenue Miami. Florida
SSI28. and file the original with the
, |erk of the above styled .ourt on or
May 10, 1974: otherwise a de-
'ault will be entered against you for
he leiof deiiiaiid, d iii the complain!
..r petition.
This notice shall he published once
ach week for four "onsecutlve weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORipiAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
aid curl at Miami. Florida on this
Eg day of March. 1974. ,
UiCHARD P. BRINKER. Clerk
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Da de County, Florida
By P J. WILSON
As Deputy Clerk
'Circuit Court Seal!
FREDERICK B SPIEGEL
mi n W, 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida U1SI
Attorney for Petitioner 4/B.,|.tt.jN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
CASE NO: 74-10406 (Higbimith)
NOTICE OF ACTION -
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE -
PROPERTY
JOHNY BUTTON,
Plaintiff.
ISAAC KATTAN, k Jf8B VBOA,
;Vtb, BANK OF MIAMI.
, hnnklna corporation organised
|d Existing Under, and by virtue
,,f the laws of the
state of Florida
Defendants, _. ...,_
I,. ISAAC KATTAN. a k/
JUSK YEGA
Vlates del Paclfico
Calle 12 Carrera !, E nu
Call, Colombia, South America
v-OP vliH NOTIFIED that an action
ropertyin gwte CMgtj..Florida
SMS, "DoTiftV" UNITED
number .-")> .... ,,.
uisii.- VEGA in th,- I-A.--IV
MIAMI W East Flagler Btraet.
Miami. Florida
igalnsi t u
I w serv) a py of >our
..-,,. 01
I
Hal Su 800, v
-Sw-s
witness my band and i" seat 1
In- COUrt OP APril 18. ';'* ...
, |CH VRD P i;':
lid ourt
l'.v I BNEEDEN
" Wo, j ,-10
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. 74-10688
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE I !".
CRECENCIO IVAN MORERA,

MARITZA M< IRERA
R) -1 11 di i
Tl l: MARITZA XI' iRERA,
Sarmiento
89 Roi ku I-. Parkway
Brookls n, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
an action for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defensi 'f ans. to i' on
FRIEDMAN AND LIPCON, attorney
for Petitioner a h 1 address
S VV 8 St., Suite 109, Miami. Florida
83134 (446-6488), and file the origina'
With the clerk of the above styled
court On ar before May ^4. 1974: other-
wise a default will be entered against
you for the reii.f demanded in the
complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published one,
each Week for four I'OIISi'l -Ut'Ve Week-
ill THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS mv band and the sea
,,f said curt al Miami Florida 01
this 18th day of Anrtl. l7J _^
RICHARD P BRINK1.H
As lark. Clrcul* Court
Dade County, Florida
By F J WILSON
As Denuty Clerk
circuit Court Seal)
MAN AND 1 IPCDN
"7.17 S W Sth St.. Suite 1D9
Ulaml, Florida .13114 (446-6485)
Vttnmey for Petttloner
4/19-26
NOTICE C* ACTIC'i
CONSTRUCTIVE SERV.CE
NO PROPERTY)
IN THE C'RCUiT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL. CIBCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DiDE COUNT"
CIVIL ACTION NO ~3-?460
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE' Tl e Man aa- '
ANA MARYL1N QARRIDO,
Wife.
and
LUIS 1; VRRIDi '.
Husl
Tl': LUIS GARH
Rrien '/ qu
Country Club Ii -
I'u,! to Rli 0
YOi; ARE lr:
that an '
Marriage has bi en fill
and \"u arc requll ed I
of your wrltt en 1I1 fet !'
on 'HAROI I' CEASE,
for Pel iticne". wl iddn 2720
VV Flagler 8tn t, Ml m F
nd file thi
of the above styled ourl
May it "" I; othi
a f.i
demanded In lh<
This notli ''
U| .:
rilE JEWISH F '
VV ITNESS '
10th 01 ,"'.,.
V- '
Dai r Cou
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As Demi': '
(i h uh Ci urt S-
li VROLD CEASI IS .
27n v.
Miami, F
Al
3
;
NOTICE Or ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERV
I NO PROPERT. 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COO'T OF ? H K
ELEVENTH JLOIC'AL CIRCU I
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COLN-v
CIVIL ACTION NO -*-**
ACT'ON FOR PIS3CLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
|X RE: THE M '
'n.r I PIS MANJARI I
p, tltloner
and
HILDA MANJARI
Ri spondent
'
Hilda Manjarrea
"
you are required ...
* ._..-.. .1..I.-1I-, IT ii
ibove -'Vied curt
IT. l'.'T4: otherwise
o '3-10
S'3
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
1: is HE! 'i" GIVEN that
the in- eBlring er.p igi
,, .. (lot
io u Ci in
.... Blvd Coral
tends to
of the Clr-
, all i- .. :. IP Ul t> l- "' '!
LEONIDS M.U1T1NK,
'N THE C!RCU'T COURT ne thf
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-2355
in RE: Estate of
SARAH ZELLEN
deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav
ing Claims or Demands Against Sale
Estati
You are hereby notified and reoulr
ad ;,, present any 1 lalmt at demand"
which vou may have ngalnal the es-
tate of BARAH ZKii EN deeeaseri
late of Dads County, Florida, to the
Circuit Judges of Pad- County, and
file the same in duplicate and a- it.-
vlded In Section : '' 18, Florlds Stat-
utes, in their nflli es In the Counts
Courthouse In Dude c.unty Honda
within four cabndar months from the
time "f the' ftral publication hereof
or th- -.'in- will be barred
R) \i this 1Mb
das ol Aon:, a D 1974
ELAINE RUTH CONN
As Exe utrlx
First publ f tl
the '74.
I EON A EPSTEIN
Attorney for K-
'-'" '-in 'Hi I: I ,,
Miami Beach. Fli rida JI18J
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74
GEORGE E SCHULZ
In RE E tate of
MAX CHAITT
' NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1 All 1 "
ng Clalmn it Said
' You are I '"'-' "
ed i" p
which you may 1 -' "
,: -, \ 1 1 vlTT 1 ase 1 late
.f Dade 1' lunty Florida, to thi 1
cult Ju unty.
the san
ed in Sect Florida S
C lunt)
house It I ':'! With-
' 1 m the 1 me
:
1
'
HARRII
"
/.. m.-l. Boskln. Hellbronner
and KarPi P A-
Vttorne- for Executrtx
lira..
Miami. Fla. tnt-tt
mm:
SftafISrfour consul
";,s 'iSchard'p b&
'^Cierk. Circuit,'
Dad- Count>% Florida
Bv C P. Ci IRELAND
' Ai DepUt) Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal'
Adolf" Koaa, Esqu n
101 N.vy 18th Avi
Miami Florlds 1-"
Attorney for P. It. ; %/%
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(WITH PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-5025
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE AND
SUIT TO PROCEED AGAINST
PROPERTY
IN RK: THE MARRIAOE IF
JACK GOLDEN, HUSBAND, AND
JEAN GOLDEN, VV IFE
TO: jack GOLDEN:
Residence Unknown ____________
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a petition fOI
re and Suit I "" eed Against
rtj has been 1 com-
1 |n this 1 out' and
ten defences. If any. to It on SOL
U,EN vM'Ki:. attoi nej r P '',"-
;.. ^hoae address is 19 W I
: Mian
i ': tl
,0.0, styled ute 0; 1
.-, [herwlse a default wl"
:. Entered agalnsl you f r th
. ,yed for In the c mid.iint or I'ctl-
VHK t.!::!; NOTIFIED
Ih 11 ''. '" .
nOIJIEN, Intends to proceed agslns
rt\ 1011 tiv nwne
I\ Join
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MOORINGS 1 S MT-
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I>ade Coiiniv niorjoa
lly R. M KtSSBl
gi I.eouiv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal) 4/,,.M 5/J-10


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Friday, April 26, 1974 "w
EVERY DAY IN EVERY WAY YOU CAM

^Depend on the Highest Quality Foods at.../1
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SAVE 3 WAYS!..BONUS SPECIALSI..HONEST VALUES!..PLUS MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS!
FOOD
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK
(FORMERLY CHUCK STEAK)
BLADE or a Ac
7 BONE STEAK &** .
US. CHOICE WESTERN _
Beef Chuck Blade Roast b 89c
FORMERLY CHUCK ROAST
US CHOICE WESTERN BEEF CHUCK **lO
Under Blade Pot Roast l.$129
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U.S. CHOICE WESTERN BEEF .
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$149
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US CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK $4*0
Shoulder Steak Boneless lb I
FORMERLY LONDON BROIL
US CHOICE WESTERN BEEF ROUND *449
Bottom Round Roast lb.1
SLICED CALVES LIVER fl29
FLA. OR SHIPPED GRADE A'
FRYER PARTS
89
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TOMATOES
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COLORFULLY DISPLAYED FOR YOUR SHOPPING
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GRAPEFRUIT
10 98c
LIMIT 2 STLS. PLEASE WITH OTHER
PURCHASES OF S7 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
SAVE
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US NO. 1 PICK YOUR OWN FROM OUR LOOSE DISPLAY
All Purpose Onions lb. 19
MAKE YOUR CHOICE FROM OUR LOOSE DISPLAY _
All Varieties of Candies 79c
Celery Hearts..................2 Wi 29c
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Nutritious Mushrooms........V<1. 89
GREAT WITH SALADS
Crisp Red Radishes 2 fc% 19e
DELICIOUS EATING
SLICED HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE ^ 89
PINK GRAPEFRUIT, GRAPEFRUIT, ORANGE
Del-Monte Drinks
TIDE
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84- OZ. PACKAGE
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ALL FLAVORS BORDEN'S OR
Les Cal Yogurt 4 ^99c
LIMIT ONE FKG. PLEASE. WITH OTHER
PURCHASES OF $7 OR MORE. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES.
SARA LEE FROZEN
Chocolate Pound Cake '.Vic" 99c
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P.P BRAND FROZEN
Brussel Sprouts.................! 39c
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24-OZ
PKG
89
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Cottage Cheese...................!.? 57c
PURE CORN OIL (QUARTERS)
Cold O'Corn Margarine iff 59e
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.C. HARD OR
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LACK FOREST


THE END OF AN ERA Prime Minister
Golda Meir addresses members of the Knes-
set in the heyday of her government. Lower
left is Defense Minister Moshe Dayan. Gaz-
ing at the Prime Minister (second from right
in first row) is Finance Minister Pinchas Sa-
pir. Immediately to her left is Foreign Minis-
ter Abba Eban.
Israel enters her 26th year in a
somber mood. In contrast with
her glorious 25th anniversary
celebration, when the triumph
she experienced in the Six-Day
War brought the nation to a
maximum level of prosperity
and creativity, the eve of Israel's
26th year saw the resignation
of Prime Minister Golda Meir
and a stern command from
President Ephraim Katzir to the
contending parties to come up
with a new government within
short order or schedule new
elections. Where strength and
unity reigned, now there is divi-
sion and blame-seeking symbol-
ized by the Agranat Commission
findings for Israel's alleged un-
GOI.DAS ETERNAL CIGARETTE.
preparedness in the Yom Kippur
War. It is the Agranat findings
that led to Mrs. Meir's resigna-
tion, as well as for demands that
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan
share the blame with Chief cf
Staff David Elazar, who has
since quit the post and been re-
placed by Maj. Gen. Mordechai
Gur. Against a backdrop of this
restrained national spirit, Col-
umnist Carl Alpert, writing from
Haifa, wonders if the military
emphasis of former independ-
ence anniversary celebrations
is not out of style and if a more
restrained and sober spirit is not
more in keeping with Israel's
present-day realities.
Israel's 26th Anniversary Being Celebrated
By a Somber Nation Learning Bitter Restraint
By CARL ALPERT
Haifa
f SRAELIS ARE celebrating their Independence
1 Day, but most of them are still not yet quite
certain what their mood will be. Even after 25
years, Israel has not found the formula for ob-
servance of its national holiday.
In most years the central event had been
the big military parade and the air force aenal
show. The dual purpose was apparently to flex
our muscles and to demonstrate our armed pow-
er as a warning to the foe, on the one hand, and
to give the Israeli citizen a sense of pride and
confidence, a kind of civic morale booster.
SUPPLEMENTING THE parade were nu-
merous other events of varied cultural and en-
tertainment value. The general mood had al-
ways been one of rejoicing, light-hearted gaiety
and a general sense of self-satisfaction at our
successes.
In recent years, there had been a growing
criticism of the military aspects of the celebra-
tion. Many had advocated shifting the emphasis
to economic development, both industrial and
agricultural; to cultural and scientific creativity;
to youth and education and health. It was for
values like these that the State was created
not for the tanks and guns and jet planes.
CERTAIN OF the organized events have
become fixtures. The annual song festival is
popular. The street entertainment shows, the
fireworks, the house parties, the tens of thou-
sands of children dancing in the streets, all have
their place in the observance.
Even the giddy habit of striking people over
the head with the noisy but harmless plastic
hammers, has in some curious way become iden-
tified as an integral part of the day's celebration.
Historians and sociologists of the future will be
hard put to ascertain the origin or significance
of this bit of madness.
A LARGE question mark still hovers over
this year's celebration, and no one yet knows
how the public will react. We are still too close
to the Yom Kippur War. Though we emerged
from that war victorious, the after-effect of the
shock is still being felt. Too many families are
still in mourning for sons, brothers, husbands,
to enable the rest of us to rejoice with abandon
in the streets.
The military victory has been followed
quickly by a series of political compromises of
which the public is still suspicious. The northern
border still echoes to the thunder of heavy ar-
tillery.
THE FREQUENT rotation of young men in
the military service is still constant reminder
that the threat of war has not been removed.
We are observing Independence Day 1974
with mixed feelings. We rejoice in our national
existence, but we mourn many dead. We sing
and dance and laugh in the streets, but we are
not free of the Yom Kippur trauma. Even a mas-
sive military display seems incongruous when
we think of what happened to the Barlev line.


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*Je*i$t Fkridian
Friday, April 26, 1974
Not a War Among Jews The Issue is Clarification
By MENAHEM BEIGIN
rpHE MEMBERS of the present
government continue to argue
among themselves whether we
should have made a preemptive
strike on the Egyptian and Syr-
ian forces on Yom Kippur, be-
fore they commenced their plan-
ned and synchronized aggression.
The Cabinet Ministers, who
both pore the question and re-
p.y to it. declare with a great
measure of self-satisfaction, that
their reasoning had been correct
when they allowed the enemy to
open fire.
I DO XOT think that we have
ev?r witnessed a discussion so
lacking in meaning or purpose.
Our enemies attacked us during
the noon hours of Yom Kippur.
Until that time, we did not have
at our disposal, either in the
south or in the north, forces con-
si-ting of armor, artillery or in-
fantry, with which to launch any
son of attack.
In view of the balance of
forces in operation on both fronts
befo-e Yom Kippur. any attempt
to send our thinned-out units
against the vast enemy concen-
trations would have been suici-
dal. What was left was our air
force.
I! was the only force capable
of attacking the armored and
nuth.mized enemy concentra-
tions. But it is doubtful whether
it could, in the last minutes,
have sowed such confusion in
ranks as to ward off their
attack.
On the other hand, there's no
doubt in view of the experience
we have gained, that our army
would have suffered heavy
losses from the missiles which
the Egyptians began to bring
MtSACHtM BtlGIH
an inquiry
into the C nal area as from Au-
gust 4. 1970.
THIS WAS aho th-' case in the
north. It must therefore be made-
clear that from the military point
of view no effective preemptive
stiike wa3 any longer possible
at noon on Yom Kippur.
There is left the military prob-
lem. Although, as Dr. Henry Kis-
singer (and not only he) testi-
fied, no warning was given us by
tin Americans about what was
called a preemptive stiike. the
political problem mu.^t always be
considered: we must never un-
derestimate it.
Members of the government,
who try to have a public discus-
sion on the subject as to whether
we should have attacked the
Bgypytiani and Syrians before
2 p.m.. on Oct. 6, are wasting
their time. This question is no
longer practical and is based on
imagination, which makes possi-
ble, for a short while, an escape
from reality.
The members of the gov-
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ernment would have their con-
science live with a falsehood.
They can not. From the start, an
attempt like this is doomed to
failure. They will soon seek the
only factor which can clear the
air in Israel: the truth.
FROM THE EVE of Rosh
Hashonah 5734, we began receiv-
ing reports on concentrations of
men and war equipment by both
the Egyptians and the Syrians.
(I need not stress that when I
write or say "we received re-
ports" I refer to our Intelligence
Service).
Every day. our enemies con-
centrated more and more forces
along the ceasefire lines. This
information was passed on. of
course, to the political author-
ities. In view of these reports,
what should a responsible and
wise government have done?
Should it have decided to start a
war? My answer is: No.
Should it have reassured itself
that despite the concentrations
of the enemy, there is no danger
of war? To this question also
the answer is definitely, no.
Between these two extremes of
undue haste and superficial
thinking, there is a path deter-
mined by good sense. A wise and
responsible government would
take precautionary steps. And
what are these steps? Obviously,
a call-up of the reserves and
the bringing-up of war equip-
ment to the fronts.
LET l"S demonstrate this an-
swer, according to the actual Is-
raeli position. During each of
Ihe ten days between Rosh Ha-
shonah and Yom Kippur. we
could have sent to the Golan
Heights and to the Mitla Pass
tanks and guns.
For this purpose, it would have
been necessary on one of these
days to mobilize a certain num-
ber of Israeli reserve soldiers. It
would have been possible to
bring up the ovenvhelming ma-
jority of the tanks to the cease-
fire lines in their transport car-
riers.
in order to understand this
point more cleariy. let us sup-
pose that during the course of
several days we bring up to the
Golan about 500 tanks, and con-
centrate in Sinai, at a suitable
distance, not too far f:om and
not too near the Suez Canal,
about 700 tanks.
ALL OF THEM would be man-
ned by trained crews, organized
and prepared in advance: each
company, each battalion, each
bngade having its own tanks,
equipment and amunition. This
would also be the case with the
reinforced artillery. '
In the course of this analysis,
it is essential to ask: Were these
forces at our disposal? Duri.ig
certain hours of the Yom Kippur
War, there were people who
clamed that they felt as though
they had been pushed 25 years
back to the days of the InJe-
I nee War of 1948.
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In the Spring of 1948, we did
not have the necessary force to
subdue the aggression of our
enemies. Our force was set up
during the fighting. This was not
tne case between Rosh Hashonah
and Yom Kippur of 5734.
All the forces needed in order
to crush enemy aggression on
both fronts were at our disposal.
This supposition is borne out by
facts. After wa had brought a
number of tanks to both fronts,
we overcame the advancing ene-
my, outflanking him in a bril-
liant encirclement.
HOW MUCH more effective
would this have been if the tanks
had been in the places they
should and could have been,
ready for firing, for movement,
for attack?
But where wrre they when
the enemy opened his combined
attack? The answer is a bitter
pill to swallow, but we have no
alternative but to let all Israel
hear it. Our mighty war ma-
chine, at zero hour, was lined up
in encampments several hundred
kilometers from the front lines.
What would have happened if
the government, which had the
information and on whom the
responsibility to assess it rested,
had acted with understanding
and responsibility, had taken ac-
cepted precautionary steps, mob-
ilized the reserves and brought
up army equipment? Two pos-
sibilities. The first, that the en-
emy would have avoided attack-
ing us.
IT IS well-known that mili-
tary spying today no longer
nerds the methods used in the
days of Joshua bin-Nun and
Calev son of Yafuneh, or even
in the days of Mata Hari, or
Serge (Arye) Domb (known as
Leopold Trepper).
The main methods used today
are altogether different; they
float on high, unseen by us. They
are called "satellites."
America and Russia also have
these silent sky-borne spies,
which photograph everything.
The photographs are clear. And
if one need add to them, there
are also airplanes which cannot
be reached by anti-aircraft guns,
or by ground-to-air missiles.
There is little doubt that the
Soviet spy set-up is at the dis-
posal of Damascus and Cairo. Un-
avoidably, the Russians would
have known about the precau-
tionary' measures taken by Is-
rael, about the concentration of
our forces in order to repel at-
tack.
It would be reasonable to sup-
pose that they would have ad-
vised their "satellites" on the
ground, that they should not
start a war because the Jews
are "ambushing" them.
WE MUST not ignore the sec-
ond possibility. The Egyptians
and Syrians (in coordination
with their respective headquar-
ters) may have fixed the zero-
hour for the attack, and let us
suppose they started it despite
warnings from Moscow. What
would have happened then?
Undoubted y our forces
tanks, artiller, and other arms-
would have overpowered the en-
tmy. The Egyptians would not
have crossed the Canal. Their
boats would have sunk. Their
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bridges would have been de-
stroyed. Their tanks would have
gone up in flames. Their troops
would have been disDersed.
The /sraei army ..u:d have
achieved what it promised: the
enemy would not cross, and if it
did, it would be defeated.
THE SYRIANS wuial not
have advanced, we would not
have withdrawn: the contrary
would have been the case.
The Syrians would speedily
have been thrown into a state
of confusion and flight, and
would hav retreated beyond
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TERRORISTS SEE THEMSELVES AS A DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENT
There Can be Peace: But Only With Palestinians
By JOSEPH FINKELSTONE
London Chronicle Syndicate
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London
YASSER ARAFAT, leader of
the El Fatah Arab terrorist
group and head of the Palestine
Liberation Organization, which
encompasses nearly all Palestine
"resistance" groups, is prepared
to live in harmony with the Slate
of Israel providing a Palestinian
State 1- established in Gaza and
the Wesl Bank of the Jordan.
However, although the war with
Israel would then stop, the con-
flict would not end.
This was the central point made
by Said llammami. the representa-
tive of the PLO in London, in a
remarkable exclusive interview
which he gave me here.
THE INTERVIEW, the first
that a PLO leader has given a
a Jewish journalist, took place in
Hammami's room at the Arab
League offices in Mayfair. Lon-
don. Hammami. a tall Jaffa-born
Arab, is considered a moderate.
He has been attacked by Arab
extremists as a traitor. He has
also, he claims, been threatened
with death by Jewish or Zionist
extremists.
I challenged him to say how
definite he and Yasser Arafat
could be in the claim that the
PLO has given up the demand
enshrined in its charter for the
dismemberment of the State of
Israel and the establishment of a
new secular State to replace it.
"We believe that the ultimate
solution of the conflict in the
Middle East is the establishment
of a bi-national State in partner-
ship with the Israeli Jewsand I
must emphasise Israeli Jews and
not world Jewryand Palestinian
Arabs and not Syrian or Saudi
Arabian Arabs,'* Hammami re-
plied.
YASSIR ARAFAT
prepared for harmony
BIT HE coweded the Pales-
tinian Arabs could not force a
partnership on a people who did
not want to be partners. There
had to be a mutual recognition of
Israeli and Palestinian nation-
hood. The Israelis had a right to
their independence, but so did
the Palestinians, he asserted.
"There must be two States
one Israeli, one Palestinian.
"This, though, will not solve
the conflict between us. Look at
South Africa. There is no war
but there is conflict. But it would
mean that any Iraeli muld tettle
in Palestine and any Palestinian
in Israel. Yasser Arafat is not a
prophet and he has to look after
the present generation.
"We cannot keep on living in
refugee camps. Let the Israelis
go back to the pre-1967 frontiers,
leave Gaza and the West Bank
When they withdraw, this will be
the first step to our two peoples
living in harmony."
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I ASKED him whether the N
raelis were not justified in fear
ing that such a State would form
a spearhead aimed at the heart
of Israel. I also drew his atten
tion to an editorial in the PLO'i
own organ, Falastin ath-Thawralh,
which as recently as February
spoke of the 'continuous struggle
to liberate all Palestinian soil so
that the Palestinian people may
exerci8e their full right to self-
determination over the entire
territory and to set up a demo-
cratic Palestinian State."
Hamman.i responded quickly:
"This is not an accurate trans! 1
tion. We recognize that a new
Israeli people has been created
The creation of the Palestine
Arab State would draw out the
poison of the hatred between us.
"I am a Palestinian and I can
tell you it will not. however,
bring an end to the conflict. Some
Palestinians say that Yassei
Arafat is betraying the Palest in
ians. Arafat is in the majority
and they are willing to make a
compromise
some Palestinians would like
to treat all Israelis as Beigina
and Tamirs. 1 don't accept thi"
view. But I accent the criticism
of President Sadat. He sh iu d
not have wi'bHrawr h's trooi
quickly."
When I pressed him about I
discrepancies in PLO statements
about making peace with Israel
Hammami appeared for the first
time to become annoyed.
"We are a democratic move-
ment, and everyone gets a say
In the end the majority view is
aeeepted. So it will be now.
"Public opinion in Israel wants
peace. We also want peace with
.justice. There is no point in
Golda Meir's saying there is no
Palestinian people. Let the Is-
raelis make a gesture, I am sure
Yasser Arafat will do the same,
Don't smile. We are a poor
le We would rather
tractors than Migs. We
rather no) spend the next '"
years In camps. But you ci
expe< t Aral at to be a
if you keep on saying we do not
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ing Israel from across the bord-
er? "Yes, but we could not guar-
antee that hijacking would stop.
Some Arab elements would still
say 'No.' But a small minority
should not prevent a compromise.
We would in fact propose open
boundaries With Israel.''
How. I asked, could Israel help
id establish a Palestinian entity
when the Arabs themselves had
not decided what they were pre-
pared to do? He replied angrily:
"This is not true. All the Arabs
back the PLO. only Israel and
Jordan are opp is (1 to us. Jordan
committed a crime against the
p >stinians"
Hammami also appeared to be
annoyed when I asked whether
a new Palestinian S ate would
all >w Israel to h >lp her. "Why
k .11 pr i.i -''.'' I nns? You
can help us and we can help you.
! ; the main help is to avoid
WHY Din not the Palestinians
the imj lied su : (estion by
Israelis that they shout I
ish their State in Jordan, I
asked.
"We don't accept this We
don't' want to solve the Pales-
tinian problem by making a
Jordanian problem."
Was it true that Yasser Arafat
was negotiating with King Hus-
sein? "We don"' trust Hussein
T.'.it when we have our State we
v nt live in cordial relations
with Jordan."
The PLO representative
\ ifat is n ad; imme '
h to met t Mrs. Meir for talks.
(This report was filed before her
resignation). Face to face? I
asked "Yes why not? What are
the Geneva talks if not face to
face'"'
Would the participation of the
n.O in the Geneva talks mean
that Arafat now accepted UN re-
solution 242 which called for Is-
raeli withdrawal to secure and
recognize borders? I asked.
"No," replied Hammami. 'The
resolution does not refer to
Pali tinians, only to refugees."
was it true that the I'l.o in-
ti nde I to include prominent pcr-
sonalities from the West Hank in
any PLO delegation ^ent to Ge-
re va'
"Why nor"' And what has this
t to do with you'.'"
If both I si '"! and King Hus-
sein continued to object to a
at Pal delegation
at ih" Gene r I ilks, would the
PLi l aer I have their ropre-
itivi in the Jordanian dele-
Hammami's "No" was very
definite.
How, I asked. Could the PLO
i on claiming thai it was not
a terrorist organization when it
was known that i;: tember
was an offshoot of El Fatah and
had carried out many terrifying
crimes? And why had not the
PLO unreservedly condemned
innocent people, instead of ex-
plaining the reason- for the at-
ber of the PLO. It is an
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ing: "Black September is not a
member of the PLOO. It is an
illegal organization. We have
condemned Black September. But
it is easy only to condemn ter-
rorism and not explain why it
takes place. If you solve the un-
derlying problem, terrorism will
come to an end."
Hammami is in the anomalous
situation of being the PLO repre-
sentative without an official of-
fice, Looking around the dingy
little room which he occupies, a
room badly in need of a coat of
paint. I asked him if he was stil!
trying to get the British Govern-
ment to allow him to open offices.
"No," lie said, "When I first
came to London to set up an of-
fice I and my wife received
- in 'he middle of the
night. I don't want to make trou-
for the British authorities.
We will wail until a Pale
State is established and open an
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Secure Israeli Future Possible Only With Newcomers
By A. L. DULZIN
rpHE 26th YEAR of the State
1 of Israel was high highlight-
ed by the Yom Kippur War
which engendered a landslide
mot only in the military and
political fields but principally in
the values which shaped our life
in ;ecent years.
Since the outbreak of the war,
we have witnessed reactions and
changes that set in at such me-
teoric speed that we still lack
historic perspecthe to evaluate
properly.
CN THE other hand, there is
no need for historic perspective
to establish the fact that insofar
as Urael-Diaspora relations are
. rned changes have set in
that are of unprecedented im-
portance in the whole period of
the State's existence.
The Jewish people have come
to realize that its continued ex-
istence depends entirely upon its
own strength and that the State
of Israel constitutes the only
guarantee for such continued ex-
istence.
The sense of danger to Israel's
existence, which was brought
home to wide sections of the
Jewish people in the Diaspora,
found expression both in the
monetary aid raised for Israel as
well as in public and political
activity on its behalf.
The material-financial assist-
ance, which can be more easily
gauged, constituted a measure ot
identification and effort unprec-
edented in the whole of Israel's
existence.
"It is within our power to icnew the spirit of halitzic volun-
teering in all spheres of life and to contend with the lofty
mission entrusted to us by hundreds of generations of scat-
tered end oppressed Jaws ."
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EVEN THE young generation
in the Diaspora, which has not
generally been raised on Jewish
values, was suddenly aroused
from its lethargy, and when the
war was at its height many de-
cided to leave their occupations
and businesses and come to Is-
rael as volunteers in order to
offer their assistance wherever
it should be needed.
Scores of thousands of letters
of encouragement were address-
ed by Jewish children in the
Diaspora to soldiers in the Is-
rael Defense Forces. These were
warm expressions of identifica-
tion by children who wished to
convey their sentiments for Is-
rael and their feelings of belong-
ing in the only way they could.
But also among Israelis a new
feeling was engendered. Senti-
ments that had previously been
written and talked about now
became part and parcel of Is-
raeli being a feeling that Is-
rael's only true and faithful ally
is the Jewish people.
THIS MANIFESTATION found
expression in every sphere o:
life in Israel in letters in the
press, in frank conversations by
soldiers at the front and over
the various communications me-
dia. It was no longer an abstract
subject which had to be explain-
ed to the youth to create a sense
r' .lev* h unit; and identifica-
tion with Jewry.
It was the Israeli youth itself
that began to seek ways and
means of strengthening its Iden-
tification with the Jewish peo-
ple so that they may strive to-
gether with the Diaspora to at-
tain tho common objective of
the Jewish people.
However, the question that
forces itself to the mind of all
Israelis is: Why do they not come
on aliya? Why do they not come
here so as to help shape and
mo.d our values and create a
new Jewish society that may be
a light to the nations? Does Jew-
ish identification end at the New
York Airrort?
BECAUSE EVERY Israeli
knows ard is convinced that if
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"In the first 25 years of Israel's existence, we reached a Jew-
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and we had to struggle for our existence."
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the number of Jewish residents
in Israel had been 630,000, as
at the time the State came into
being, it is doubtful whether we
Should have been able to exist as
a State.
Much has been said anil writ-
ten about Israel's deterrent pow-
er, a force that Tailed to with-
stand the tesl twice in Israel's
history first in the Six Day
War, and a second in the \ om
Kippur War. Till di pow-
ei was based on Zah il's
and the strength of its military
i quipment.
Bui the Arabs thems< Ives sup-
i i the answi r as to why Zahal
failed to deter them from twice
starting a war in the last six
That answer boils down : i
this: We the Arabs arc many,
and you Israelis are few. You
have not the strength to with-
stand a war for long, and at the
same time maintain your econ-
omy and a normal life on the
homefront.
THERE CAN be no doubt that
Israel's true deterrent force will
always be in the number of Jews
living in the country. A State of
Israel with five million Jews or
eight million Jews would be such
a solid and impregnable factor
in this region so as to aveit the
necessity of our always having
to brandish the sword in order
to deter our enemies.
Our strength will rest on the
qualitative weight of tno Jewish
residents of Israel in all spheres
of life economic, social and
security and on continued aiiya
and its absorption.
One can not be oblivious of
the difficulties of absorption.
But the history of this country
and of modern Zionism has
shown that large waves of immi-
gration are the most effective
solution to the problems of ab- idents will always endeavor to
sorption. reduce and alleviate.
The new "olch" must also
THE NEW immigrant must know tna[ afu,r ,ho initial ab-
also realize that a certain period gorption difficulties he will be
ol time must pass befoie he ai,;e t0 8hare in the molding of
becomes adapted to the country.
a process which we veteran i Continued on Page 11-C
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Friday, April 26. 1974
Ben Gurion, Israel's Most Vital Force,
Now Gathered Unto His Ancient Fathers
By DR. EMANUEL NEUMANN
\ 1 o\ I lls HAVE passed since
he left the land of the liv-
ing, but it is still difficult to ac-
cept his passing.
He was "gathered unto his fa-
thers."' to use the Biblical phrase,
at a ripe old age but almost to
the end he was the most vital of
men, the most dynamic of our
leaders brimming with phys-
ical and intellectual vigor, with a
surging passion, a thirst for ac-
tion, an urge for achievement
and an irrepressible zest for
.'. uggle and combat.
WE HAD long known him as
the outstanding leader of Labor
Z.onism. But he often rose above
the party he had helped to cre-
ate, transcending lines of demar-
I tion and division by placing the
Z 'Hist ideal and the national in-
terest above and beyond all other
considerations.
He was certainly a socialist,
but if and when the ideals seem-
ed to conflict, his Zionism would
inevitably rise above his social-
ism and determine his course of
action.
He will, of course, be farever
remembered for his historic role
in the fateful days of 1948. No
one could claim with greater jus-
tice the title of the founder of
the Jewish State. But David Ben-
Gurion was not only its founder;
he was also its progenitor.
THROUGHOUT HIS colorful
career there were few aspects of
the Zionist revolution which es-
caped his pervasive influence and
the impact of his personality.
Above all, he was the exponent
and personification of that "ac-
tivist" policy which led the Yish-
uv and the Zionist movement to
their most hazardous adventures
and greatest triumphs.
A striking feature of his ex-
traordinary career was his capac-
ity to rise above his earlier limi-
tations and reveal himself not
only as the leader of a party or
section, but as the leader of his
people.
When he thought it necessary
he did not hesitate to abandon a
position no longer tenable, and
adopt a new position in response
to altered circumstances.
HIS WAS the authentic voice
of Israel calling out to the scat-
tered fragments of his race and
speaking in assured accents,
peremptorily to the political
leaders and statesmen of the
world insisting on freedom,
security and independence for his
own people.
Those of us who were close to
him and knew him intimately,
could not fail to be struck by the
elemental power of his tempes-
tuous character. His strong will
often erupted with volcanic force,
converting doubters and sweep-
ing more timid souls along with
him by his dauntless spirit.
The former president of Is-
rael. Zalman Shazar, speaking
about Ben-Gurion, once said:
"He does not walk on paved or
unpaved roads; he walks on
mountaintops."
NEITHER IN the Zionist
movement nor in the State of
Israel is there any formal order
of chivalry or nobility, for we
are all democrats; but surely
somewhere, somehow, the elite
of our people must stand apart
as men chosen for greatness.
Among such a natural and
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heaven-ordained elite, rising
above ordinary men and women,
will always stand the imposing
figure of David Ben-Gurion.
He led us with indomitable
courage, overcoming fears and
hesitations. He shed about him
an incandescent light often too
bright for many to accept.
At the decisive moment, he
reached for the stars, sought the
crown of sovereignty and placed
it proudly on the head of our
grateful people, causing it to rise
transformed and resplendent,
clothed with real dignity.
BUT HE NOT only proclaimed
Israel's independence, he firmly
established the State, consoli-
dated its forces and organized
its complicated administration.
Steeped and engrossed as lie was
in the pressing daily tasks, he
never lost but retained through-
out his instinct for eternity.
He was not only the leader of
his generation but of future gen-
erations yet unborn.
His identification with the
State of Israel was so deep, so
complete and overpowering that
he saw little that was good or
precious in the Diaspora.
Indeed, in his zeal he was in-
clined to negate the whole long
history of Jewish life in the
Diaspora and all the precious
values it had created.
HE SAW the Diaspora exist-
ence as a calamity, which it was,
but also considered it barren
and sterile, which it was not.
In his view Jewish history con-
sisted of two ennobling parts:
the ancient period of independ-
ence and sovereignty ending in
the destruction of Jerusalem
and the modern period with its
restoration of Jewish sovereignty.
Between tl,ese two in his mind
there stretched the great, track-
less desert of exile and disper-
sion. Many of us differed with
him.
I|t perhaps it was this rather
extreme view of our history
depicted in his mind in sharp
outline that gave him the al-
most superhuman strength and
power to carry on.
DESPITE SUCH differences. I
always felt a sense of nearness
or closeness to him, for the range
and power of his personality and
his radiating influence Knew no
geographical boundaries, no lo-
cal or parochial limitations.
He often seemed to fill the
challenged place at the center of
the Zionist staae.
Now he has gone to his eter-
nal rest, and we mourn his de-
parture. But the moment of
mourning is also mingled with
another compensating feeling:
the consciousness of our per-
manent enrichment.
He will always be a shining
light in moments of darkness and
doubt, leading uj on to visions
of greatness and deeds of valor.
Therefore, David Ben-Gurion
is not gone: he lives on one
ot our unforgettable heroes, for-
ever one of our immortals.
THIS IS part of Dr. Emanuel
Neumann's memorial address
delivered at the Emergency
Session of the Zionist General
Council in Jerusalem in Febru-
ary, 1974.
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luxurious, self-contained resort
community, featuring three res-
taurants, indoor and outdoor
swimming pools, a bathing beach,
recreation room with card games
going nightly, movies three times
The good feeling of being young and in Is-
rael bursts into dance as this group of visit-
ing youngsters stamps en the ancient
grounds of Caesarea. ine city, which was
named by Hercd in honor of his Roman
sponsor, contains Crusader and Byzantine
ruins, as well as those of the time of Herod.
It is among the most visited historic sites in
Israel.
Vitality of Tourism Continues Unabated
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Miami 33169
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By JACOB GOREN, Director
Israel Government Tourist Office
AS EVERY tourist to Israel
knows, no plane trip begins
without passing through Lod Air-
port. Although the baggage check
read-. Tel Aviv, all veteran trav-
elers know that iheir fir-t steps
in Israel will be at the interna-
tional airport 11 miles outside of
Tel Aviv.
Known variously as Lod and
Lydda, tthe airport has now been
given a new name. Since January
15, 1974, it has been officially
known as Ben-Gurion Airport, in
honor of one of Israels founding
fathers, the late David Ben-
Gurion.
SOMEHOW naming the airport
after Ben-Gurion seems to be a
particularly fitting memorial. The
"old man.'" as he was known to
many, was the architect of those
first years of Israel national sur-
vival. He brought the country
forward from an unofficial coun-
cil into the complicated chal-
lenges of independent nation-
hood.
The airport is Israel's most
vital link with th:' broader world,
[cultural exports, diamond ex-
ports, incoming tourists and im-
migrants all use the portals of
the airport. It will be an
integral part of Israel's future
elopment. This is truly a lil-
ting memorial, as it ensures that
Ben-Gurion will be as imoortanl
a part of Israel's future as he was
oi its past.
Fortunately, thousands of tour-
ists are now pouring in'o Ben-
Gurion Airport each month. Is-
rael is regaining its lost turist
traffic and the summer promises
to be booming.
TO ADD cultural stimulation
to an already exciting Israel ex-
perience. I recommend the Israel
Festival. Each summer a series
of concerts, ballets and dramatic
readines is offered to tourists and
local residents in Jerusalem, Tel
Aviv and the ancient amphithea-
ter at Caesarea.
This year, the Festival will fea
ture world reknowned Israeli per-
formers Daniel Barenboim, Itzhak
Perlman. together with the Israel
Philharmonic Orchestra and the
Jerusalem Sympfcony Orchestra.
The highlight of the Festival
will be the guest performance by
the Hamburgischc Staatsoper of
their new production of .Moses
and Aaron." by Arnold Schon-
berg.
For a complete schedule write
the Israel Government Tourist
Office. 795 Peachtree St., N.E.,
Atlanta. Ga. 30308.
I JUST can't say enough about
how the Dead Sea has changed.
From a desolate spot, whose only
attraction was water in which
you could neither sink nor swim,
the Dead Sea has become one of
the most luxurous resorts in the
Middle East.
Brand new hotels such as the
five-star Pan American now grace
its shores, along with the four-
star Ein Bokek and Galei Zohar
hotels. The Pan American i a
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reek, souvenir shop, hairdress-
and synagogue. A miniature
If range is under construction.
According to the manager, Ghil
I'i, the area is to become a
Riviera and the Pan Amer-
is the pioneer in luxury
ie\ building.
Adjacent to the hotel at Hamei
^har. on a hill overlooking the
rad Sea, a new spa has he n
pned. The natural sulphur
iths aid in the treatment of
deumatism, joint diseases and
Eoriasis.
THE BRAND new facilities can
tea! up to 600 people daily, and
r.cre is a full staff of a doctor,
Dane and physiotherapist on
duty at all times.
And for you traditionalists, vou
can s'Hl visit the Dead Sea just
to float in the wavr. I warn you,
though, that you will not be
a one. because the resort is fast
growing in popularity with Is-
raelis. Europeans and Americans.
While Jerusalem is the city
with the greatest pure tourism
appeal in Israel, Tel Aviv is
getting thp hotel rooms. The
Mediterranean coast is develoo-
ing into a long row of hotels,
parks and shopping centers which
is already generating its own ex-
citement. Economists call it the
take-off point and Tel Aviv has
reached it.
JERUSALEM, on the other
hand, has its hotels spread over
a wide area In addition, the hotel
construction oace in Jerusalem is
moving ahead at a much slowe;
rate than in Tel Aviv. Jerusalem
will remain the place with th
mo*t basic tourist aopeal but Tel
Aviv will continue to be the place
where most people spend their
nights. No one is complaining.
The fact is that Jerusa'em is
a small city whose personal ty is
shaped by the holy sites, the Uni-
versity and the government of-
fices.
lecurity Possible Only With Newcomers
Continued from Page 7-C that whatever is likely to tran-
Lneil icciety and in creating sp;rc i:1 Isr"el "'" hav direct
|he State that we all aspire to bearing on the whole of the Jew-
ish people anil that our unity and
> one of us must know existence as a people are de-
Congratulations to Israel
on its 26th
Anniversary
a.
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KING
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7360 North Kendall Drive
MIAMI 33156
prudent on Israel's ability to
exist and to contend with the
problems that the future has in
store.
THE RELATIONS between
Israel and the Diaspora and con-
stant aiiya mindedncss are two
of the principal components of
.he strength ol the Jewish peo-
ple. We must endeavor to nur-
ture and strengthen such mutual
relations because we are living
in a period of great prospects
but also of great dangers.
We must always bear in mind
that we must not under any cir-
cumstances defer the important
for the safe of urgent contin-
gency.
In the first 25 years of Israel's
existence, we reached a Jewish
population of barely three mil-
lion Jews in the country, and
we had to struggle for our exist-
ence.
We must see to it that in the
:ii M 23 years Israel becoi
State of seven-to-eight million
Jews, living in security with its
Strength resting on its moral and
I values and on it.-, econom-
ic viability.
THE ATTAINMENT of this
ll depends upon us. the Jew-
. h people. Ii is within our pow-
er to materialize the Zionist vis-
ion and to transform it into the
heritage of the Jews of I
and of the Diaspora.
It is within our power to re-
new the spirit of halitzic volun-
' rin i in all spheres of life, and
to contend with the lofty mis-
sion entrusted to us by hundreds
Ol generations of scattered and
oppressed Jews who had but one
lied desire in their hearts
a return to Zion.
A. L. DUI.ZIN is acting cl
n of the Executive W<
/. mist < [ani ation.
Jeni?al?m. the balance between
old and new might shift dramati-
cally and the essential character
of Jerusalem might change.
THE BIGGEST Jerusalem hotel
news is the "topping off" of the
frame for the Hilton Hotel in
Jerusalrm. It will be the biggest
and most beautiful hotel in the
City and views from its roof will
bj among the most striking of
any in Israel.
I believe that everyone has to
make periodic pilgrimages to
Jerusalem. Just to breath deeply
of the air and to feel, once again,
a part ol the living history of the
people of Israel.
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Friday. April 26, 1974
Not a War Among Jews
Continued from Page 3-C
their capital and the center of
their country. Our victory, on
both fronts, would have been
speedy and conclusive.
No one woulo have thought, as
a result of our subduing aggres-
sion, of waving Resolution 242
before our eyes. Resolution 338
of the Security Council would
never have been passed.
After reading these lines, may-
be someone will a.sk: How do
you know all this? The answer
is simple. 1 have not put forward
my ideas from fantasy; they a:e
based on facts.
THE ISRAELI fighter, the Is-
raeli tank and gun have proven
this. When the reserves were
mobilized, when the soldiers W [
out, when army equipment
reached tlie front lines, despite
the terrible delay and all the
mishaps, and despite the initial
successes of the enemy, our
boys gained the upperhand, and
how! Once again they triumphed
over initial difficulties.
Worry, difficult to express, af-
flicts '.l- '.'veil today, A cruel,
blood thirsty enemy, out to de-
CH1LDREN OF GOLAN: These are the
youngsters, "playing" outside of a shelter,
who face the repeated assaults of Israeli and
Syrian forces despite the United Nations-
supervised "ceasefire" along Israel's north-
ern border.

MR. and MRS.
LEON J. ELL
Congralulate the leaders
and the people of
ISRAEL
on their
26th
Anniversary
Peace to all
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1974
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s, prepares war, concen-
jiiifihty forces, stocks up
Icated equipment, fixes
Lr of assault, in order to
lush, defeat and advance.
Jur leaders say to them-
W'e don't want it, we
n-ant it. there will be no
iere will be no attack, we
need it"
J there ever been such su-
Ll thinking on the part of
authority?
lard the phrase. "The War
) Jews." for the first time
the lips of Gen. Moshe
I at one of the Cabinet
fter the Six-Day War.
Iras in jocular vein. Those
h-d around the Cabinet
[smiled.
of them, of course, knew
I tin- phrase was borrowed
Uosephus' "The Wars of the
nst the Romans."
l> is, therefore, a sad joke,
hnu the days of the Second
nple. there was indeed war-
among the Jews, while the
Inans were pressing on all
I. The rest is written in the
pry of the Jewish holocausts.
IERE ARE no more wars
\g Jews in our day. Whoever
about them in connection
public clarifications or dem-
Itic elections, transforms a
into something absurd.
kocracy was created in order
Irevent civil wars among Eng-
GtN. DAYAN
o sad joke
glishmen. Freiic-nmen or Jews.
Civi'ized nations reached the
conclusion (sometimes after dif-
ficult wars) that it is foolish, be-
cause of disputes, or composi-
tion of the leadership or both,
for people to kill each other.
Let us go to tiie polls they
said, let us clarify the differ-
ences of view between us. Let us
take ballots and elect our repre-
sentatives. This is democracy. It
does not regard clarifications as
war: it resorts to war only when
necessary.
There are those who are
against elections in the near fu-
ture, because they are connected
with the "Wars of the Jews." I
have already dealt with the ab-
surdity of this comparison. But
what do these people offer in
CONGRATULATIONS .. ISRAEL
on your 26th Anniversary
May Peace ever reign among
all Mankind ... In this our Prayer
on the wonderful occasion of your
Glorious 26th Anniversary Celebration
CARFEU WC.
7495 N.W. 48th Street
Miami
MR. and MRS.
Igeorge FELDENKREIS
place of clarification and demo-
cratic assessment?
IF THE Opposition, which
must fulfill its governmental
function, had agreed, for exam-
ple, to a postponement of the
elections for a further six
months, it would have stated, as
it were, that it relied on the
government today to conduct the
affairs of the nation with wis-
dom and responsibility, and pre-
cisely during the months when
vital decisions may have to be
made.
If the Opposition, knowing the
failures and plans of the govern-
ment in its present composition
had done this, it would have
shirked the truth and its patriotic
duty,
How is it possible to depend
on the outlook of a government
which did nut stand up to the
must important and simple test,
of taking precautionary measures
against planned and organized
aggression?
AND HOW can one leave the
decision in its hands if its plan
(not just its promise) is to with-
draw once again to divide the
western part of Eretz Israel?
What doe; a free nation do
if it is faced by attempts and
differences of opinion like these?
It goes to the polls. In this way
the people themselves determine
governmental policy and choose
the leadership they want.
The majority in Parliament
cannot extend their mandate
which has lapsed. It may be said
that if there should again be
heavy fighting, all the voters
will consider, of their own free
will, what would be a suitable
date far the elections. It should
be recalled that, in the throes of
the War of Attrition, in Novem-
ber, 1969. we held general elec-
tions.
HOWEVER, before anything
else, there must be clarification
among the Jews themselves, in
order to strengthen the morale
of the people and to deepen their
faith in the ability of our army
to overcome the enemies ol Is-
rael.
Our enemies boast that this
time they succeeded in destroy-
the legend of the invincible
Jewish army. A pity. They have
not destroyed anything. Because
of a political mistake (a terrible
one. but only because of it),
such a balance of forces v. as cre-
ated during the first 48 hours of
lighting, when the Syrians and
Egyptians were enabled to ad-
vance despite the super-human
heroism of the few saintly Jew-
ish fighters: in numbers, 10 Syr-
ian tanks against one Israeli
tank; 70.000 Egyptian soldiers,
with hundreds of tanks behind
them, against hundreds of Jew-
ish fighters with tens of tanks at
their disposal.
THE ISRAEL army suffered
because of this balance of forces,
which the actual situation did
not necessitate, and also with-
drew during the first two days
of the fighting.
But when the soldiers and
equipment arrived, our army
once a^ain had the upper hand,
repelled the enemy and sur-
lounded it.
Through an open probe into
what happened, or was not done
between Rosh Hashonah and
Yom Kippur, we shall unc
'it th? ability of the
defenders of Israi 1 to stand up
to their foes. In this truth there
is much consolation.
MENACHEM BEIGIN was head
of the Etzel Unde ground n
the '' ndal rj period in Is-
rael. He is i lead ol tne
Likud Opposition in the K
set to.ctlier with Res.
A. k Sharon, M.K. Beigin
wrote this article before the
publication of the fin lit |S
of the Agranot Commissi ...
which fixed the blame for Is-
rael's unpreparedness at the
outbreak of the Yom Kippur
War on Chief of Staff -
David Slazar. Gen. Ell
since resigned. The i risis
precipitated resulted in Pi
Minister Gol.la Meir's resigna-
tion.
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Friday, April 26, 1974
There Wont be Much Dancing in the Street This Year
By RUTH SELIGMAN
AS WE approach Independence
A* Day this year, Israels 26th,
1 keep thinking back to previous
years, to previous celebrations, to
the early years when we ecstat-
ically danced in the streets, when
we went to the parades, eagerly
and exhaustedly fighting the traf-
fic both to and fro the chaosenA
sites, when our mood and activ-
ities were dominated by gaiety
and fun.
Yet, each year the extravagant
emphasis on celebrating, on en-
tertainment, on having fun for
fun's sake began to disturb, be-
gan to irritate those of us who
felt we were beginning to lose
sight of the essence of the day,
of the reason for its existence.
EACH YEAR, as we visited the
large entertainment stands erect-
ed by the municipality, the enter-
tainment seemed to become more
vulgar, more insignificant.
We began to question ur na-
tional incapacity to provide a
proper framework for a day so
important to all of usboth in
and outside of Israel.
In Israel, Independence Day is
preceded by Memorial Day. For
years we have been degating the
wisdom of having the two days
so close, having one follow on the
heels of the other.
WE ARE aware of the connec-
tion. Our boys felland. unfortu-
nately, one cannot yet use the
past tenseso that we may live,
so that we may observe what is
essentially our national birthday.
Yet. each eve of Independence
Day. when the sirens shrieked
the end of Memorial Day, it be-
came increasingly difficult to

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switch our moodfrom that of
mourning to one of celebration.
This year, few of us will make
the switch. We do not. we can-
not, approach Independence Day
in any form of a jubilant or en-
thusiastic search for merriment.
This year, we have paid a very
high price for our precious in-
dependence. We know the price.
We may not weep outside, but
everyone of us has lo-st and suf-
fered, and the scars do not heal
overnight.
WE THUS approach the holi-
day, and the word "holiday" rings
vaguely hollow, with a mood that
is subdued and contemplative.
Yet, we do not even vaguely
contemplate ignoring the day, for
freedom is too Drecious to be
ignored or slighted.
Many families are planning all-
day outings, possibly near the
sites of battles, perhaps near the
actual places where their beloved
ones fell. Actually, many have
for years been ignoring the fire-
crackers and song and dance as-
pect of Independence Day. many
for years have been taking their
children on picnics to historical
sites.
They use the holiday as a
chance to relate to their childrr/
their past, to make Israel's his-
tory alive, relevant to their
present.
OUR SYNAGOGUE was one of
the first to recognize the need
to give a real meaning to a holi-
day which was slowly turning
into a meaningless carnival.
For years now we have held a
large dinner in the basement of
our "schul." an extended family
affair for parents and children,
where we read from a specially-
prepared "Haggadah" for In-
dependence Day excerpts from
material relating to Israels fight
for existence, songs and prose
uhich tell of Israel's struggle for
independence, a struggle which.
unfortunately, is far from over.
Wo sin-, we listen as the chil-
li ren participate in the quizzes
and riddles which teach is they
amuse.
elderswho we are and what our
country stands for.
THIS VEAR the dinner is al-
ready overbooked. More and more
. .. of us see the necessity for reflec-
We aim at bghtness. but not at ,ion and contcmpiation, for cele.
frivolity. We tell our children brating in a manner worthy of
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for many of us this year.
are too many empty
too many minds will be
too many will be ex-
jig a self-composure that we
ainbut at a price.
Lrs will not be shed even
fch our joy this year is tinged
mi much sorrow, but our
|W is alleviated by the surg-
ride in those who have made
[ssible for us to comm-Mmrate
in another year of indepen-
PERHAPS NEXT year then
may he more gaiety. This year,
many of us are going through
the motionsin full knowledge
that from these motion's comes
reality. 11 is not easy to live here:
it is harder not to.
And this Independence Day
will be, as Yom Kippur always
hag been, a day of reflection and
contemplation, of soul-searching
and yet, as Yom Kippur is, also a
day of hope and faith.
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Irgenfina's Zionists are Complaining
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wish leaders here who say
heir methods are obsolete, their
I ach too partisan and their
[ iganda uneffective against
anti-Zionist offensives from
loth left and right.
Hoped for chans.es failed to
Laterialize after the latest Zion-
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I Mem with the result that
Latin Vmerican Zionist Fedora
[ions are drifting into Itthargy
disappointment, a well placed
oca! Zionist source told the Jew-
\-h Telegraphic Agency this week.
THE SOl'RCE said bluntly that
proclaiming "Aliya Month" here
i Ma) and sending over the head
of the Jewish Agency's Immigra
Itlon Department, Gen. Uzi NarkU.
f i= not likely to produce a single
immigrant and is a waste of
I money.
Speeches don't move those
! who have not already decided on
| aliya, and the others just don't
co to listen to speeches," the
^urce said.
One of the most serious com-
plaints is the lack of communica-
ion between the Zionist Execu-
[ tive in Jerusalem and the ter-
ritorial Federations on one hand.
and between the different parties
compri-ins the Zionist Federa-
ins in each country on the
other, the =ource said.
Jerusalem still dispatches
"shlichim" (emissaries) who du-
plicate each other and_ fails to
coordinate with the World Jew-
ish Congress, or even with Israeli
authorities in Latin America, on
information and youth activities,
he said.
THE ZIONIST movement ha9
shown onlv inertia and incapacity
Lto act against the propaganda of
ffensive from left and right that
distorts the image of Zionism and
of Israel, the source told the JTA.
He said it was absurd to be-
lieve that "Aliya Month" will
bring new Immigrants or attract
youth who are either indifferent
er are enroled in movements
that are crudelv anti-Israel.
THE ZIONIST movement's bu-
reaucratic stereotypes and intcll-
lectual parochialism only worsen
the situation as they repel the
Jewish masses who expect truth
and sinserity, not doctrinaire
speeches, he said.
LOCAL LEADERS are dwin
idling in numbers since the prin-
ciple that "Zionists must go to
Tsrael and preach with their ex-
ample" inhibits them from oc-
cupying posts in the Local Fede-
rations, the source said.
Finally, he said, pioneerism
and aliya are not estimulated
through mass meetings, visits by
important Israelis or publicity ex-
penditures.

'Zionist ideology can not be
sold over the counter" but is a
function of the educational proc-
e .s. for th" faults of which "we
are all to blame," the source said.
He said education must have
priority before aliya and asked
"if people go to Israel on a non
catastrophe, voluntary and even
romantic basis, can the Israeli
authorities receive them without
shaking their faith and avoid
their frustration and return?"
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FORESTS
r i era i
from the forests of the world...
by boat and train, come shipments of lumber for our
stores located throughout Florida. Lumber to
meet the building needs of a state that, like
Israel, has known fantastic growth during the
past twenty-five years. Lumber for the weekend handy
man as well as the contractor, and
at surprisingly low prices.
LINDSLEY-RBC, the largest supplier of lumber
and building materials in Florida, salutet the Stat*
of Israel on its 25th Anniversary.
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Friday, April 26, 197*
jlorida
where ancient empires and civilizations
rose and flourished, and left
their indelible stamp on the history of mankind.
where the Patriachs laid the foundations
of the Jewish faith
where King David built his beautiful
city, Jerusalem, sacred to Jew, Christian,
and Moslem alike.
where, in our time, a nation was reborn,
May 14th, 1948, fulfilling the biblical prophecy.
shalom


F
eJewislk Floridian Hidi Court Shuns
QJ
Miami, Florida Friday, April 26, 1974
Section D
?
Shomrei Yisrael Enrollment
Program Chaired By Poland
Opinion on De Funis
and of Miami Beach
has been named chairman of a
.,: brael Bonds campaign
i, to expand the role of
Je irish family in support of
. conoiny, Robert L
j neral campaign chairman
. Greater Miami Israel Bond
a ion. has announced.
I !cial effort, which be-
gins this week coinciding with
anniversary of Israel's
>hood. will concentrate on the
,. rollment of "Shomrei Yisrael"
dian i of Israel), purchasi -
: -: 000 or more In State of Is-
rael Bonds. Siegel noted that this
:.- in" second phase of the lin-
ed 1974 campaign for
.,,. of SI billion in Recon-
ion and Development
bend-.
acceptin | the post of
la Shomrei Visn
.. Poland revealed
5 io -v nagogues ac < is the
-\t have scheduled
, nl foi Maj and
ailj o em il
ions a
1
. mum of SI.con tc
- |i ird S
i a quota ii
1
1 we \t .- >in : I
ing i '- <
SIDNEY POUND
In i ach and evi rj segmenl of the
.: wish community, ma
each famil mes a
Shomi i'i^rai Poland declar-
ed. "In othe ds, what we are
israi
The i '- '
the I M
!
th<
months of the yea- | y was
giv< n to enn II
A lai: numbi r ol persons are
expected to rally at the Sephar-
die .'i ish i'onto:-. Saturday at
8:.?0 p.m. to celebrate Israel's
26th Year of Independence.
"In the midst of constant in-
tional oppression and inter
nal strife since her birth. Israel
has remained a strong and vital
country." said Rabbi Sadi Nah-
mias, president of the Scphardic
Jewish Center.
Depicting the present plight
of Jews in Israel. Jews in Miami,
and Jews throughout the world
will be two films: "We are One,''
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's 1974 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign film starring Eli Wal-
lach. Sam Jaffe. Daliah Lavi and
Lee J. Cobb, and "A Message of
Life.'' made available by the
United Jewish Appeal.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, exec-
Rabbi Schiff
Rabbi Hahmiat
Dr. Leon Kronish (right), spiritual leader of lemple Beth
Sholom. presents the State of Israel Bonds Scroll of Honor
to Mrs. Leon Srago at a recent "Night in Israel held at
the Corinthian on Miami Beach. Mr. Srago. who was ill and
unable to attend the Israel Bonds event, and his wife were
honored lor their outstanding devotion in helping to speed
Israel's economic development through the Israel Bonds
campaign. Also pictured are the Srago's daughter, Mrs.
Howard Rose (far left), and By Goldstein, who served as
chairman of the Corinthian "Night in Israel."
the Prime M list) i 's I lul
dally initiated by Pri
Minister Golda Meir Feb. 2. 1974,
the Prime Minister's Club is an
society through
individual- indicate their support
of I rael Bonds by their paee-set-
purchases of S25.000or more.
Poland, an officer-at-large of
the National Campaign Cab net
of the Israel Bond Organization,
is former general chairman of
the Maryland Committee for Is-
rael Bonds. Before moving to Mi-
ami Beach from Baltimore, he
served as a direct r of the Unit* d
Jewish Appeal and Associal
Jewish Charities in Maryland,
and 13 former president of th<
Comprehensive Home for the
\ ed i "HAI He maintains an
active role in the I es of
Economic Confi rence for Is-
.a i which helps te Is-
ex]
A member of Temple TV.'-:
By Special Report
WASHINGTON In a 5-4 de-
.. the Lnitcd States Su-
te Court Tuesday moved not
to render an opinion in the
Marco de Funis case.
De Funis is the University of
Washington student who gradu-
ated from the ur.ive: -ay's rolle :c
magna cum laude Phi Beta Kappa
and was then denied admission
law scho i. while other ap-
plicants of far lower academic
standing were admitted.
These students were largely
Black or of Mexican. Puerto Ric-
an or Philippine extraction. De
Funis is Jewish.
The University of Washington
explained its move on the basis
that the lower-standing students
were of disadvantage! back-
ground, who should !)>' given an
academic and ; : lional
chance.
De Funis argued that this was
reverse discrimination.
The Supreme Court'.-, refusal to
rule on the ca e w is as a result
of the fact that a lower court
had previously compi 1 the
University of Wa I to ad-
mit Do Funis whill al of
the university's decision was be-
ing pr< pared In th< "ana',
De Funl made il thro i :n the
school and is now ,>. eparing
to gradu
The Supreme Court argued
that it would be Tendering an
opinion in a moot case.
Sholom. Beth El Congn gation
more), B'na B'rith, and the
Zionist Organization oi America.
Poland has made 11 trips ;o Is-
rael ince l9o'7. He t Involved
in various civi and community
activities in Baltimore, ar.d serv-
ed on several Maryland state
commissions. Among bis manj
mi Is Israi s Silver Am
-. vii as pre:
ear on behalf of Prime Min-
istei Golda Meir.
The 1974 Israi 1 Bonds cam-
- undertah in l e respon-
ity of providii
sarj dollars for Israel's si.07
a development budget, com-
d to S642 million for the fis-
year which ended Mar. 31,
Thi development budget provides
:.. lands for basic econ >mic cn-
terprU
Independence Day Celebration At
Sephardic Jewish Center Plauned
utive vice president of the Rab-
binical Association of Greater Mi-
ami and director of Chaplaincy
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, will address the
group with Joe Pardo as master
of ceremonies.
Jacob Ru;so, chairman of the
Sephardic Jewish Center's CJA-
IEF Committee, and Mrs. Dora
Esformes, Sisterhood president,
will assist in the ceremonies.
ISRAEL'S ANNIVERSARY ...
It has special significance for us. The
Chairman of our Board of Directors,
Shepard Broad, was present at the
meeting where, according to David Ben-
Gurion. the State of Israel was born. Step
into any of our five offices and pick up
your complimentary reprint of the Miami
Pictorial cover story. It features the role
which Shepard Broad played in making
Israel's anniversary a reality.
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Friday, April 26, 1=74
Israel Bonds Events Set *"*
At TVo Local Synagogues
The Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization wil Id fund
at Temple .Tifereth Israel and
Tem e Zion, Milton u. Pa
the director, has an-
nounced
A -/,,, to 1 rai I' it Templ<
Tile i th .1 '( ib, 8 0 No
Ave., Sun o i ing will paj
ti-.i).'. to and Mrs, Al Fried
ma -. ;-,. ts-i ct of the S h
of I Scroll of Hon r.
v member ol ''"
Nortl S ho ptimlsts and North
jj. n ,... Eiks, is a native of
Chic; e ho was active in
the furniture business for 83
years. While in Chicago, he serv-
ed as president of the Temple
B'nai Israel Men's Club; Mrs.
i dman was president of the
Temple B'nai Israel Sisterhood.
The event will feature Gerald
Schwa'tz. former national B'nai
B'rith chairman for Israel Bonds,
as guest speaker, and the docu-
mentary film "War on Yom Kip-
pur." produced by the Israel De-
force Forces. Arnold Kleiner is
serving as chairman. Rabbi
Maurice Kiein is spiritual leader
of Temple Tifereth Israel.
Temple Zion, 8000 Miller Rd.,
will hold a "Night in Israel" Sat-
urday. May 4. featuring entertain-
er Eddie Schaffer, nationally-re-
nowned raconteur and humorist,
as special truest. Mr. and Mrs.
Franklin Kreutzer will receive
the State of Israel Bonds Scroll
of Honor for their leadership in
support of Israel's economic de-
velopment.
Kreutzer. former chairman of
Temple Judea'. board of educa-
tion, is educational vice president
at Temple Zion and se.ves as ex-
ecutive vice president and gen-
eral counsel of the Greater Mi-
ami Hebrew Free Loan Associa-
tion.
Former general counsel of the
MEATLESS
SPAGHETTI
SAUCES
You pour on Italian Ta'am,
when you glorify your spa-
ghetti with a sauce by Chef
Boy-Ar-Dee*. His home-
Style Meatless or Mushroom
Sauce makes it a richly deli-
cious dish. Use these superb
sauces to make the most of
meat loaf and pot roast. With
noodles and ricotta, you've
got a great lasagna. Wait till
you try them with omelets or
fish. Just keep plenty handy.
Between you and Chef Boy-
Ar-Dee, a family could never
(jo hungry.
IO*M SOI*
.SAUCE '
MR. ond MRS. fKAMKUH KRtUUBK
Dude County Democratic Com-
mittee. Kreutzer was appointed
to the Dade County Chart, r Re-
view Board last year after having
gervi d a chairman of the Mian i
Charter Review Board and as a
member of the Miami Pension
and Retirement Board.
Kreutzer is currently president
of the South Florida chapter of
the National Cystic Fibrosis
Foundation and is a director of
the Dade County Leukemia So-
ciety. He is a member of the
American, Florida and Dade
County Bar Associations, the
the American Trial Lawyers As-
sociation, the University of Mi-
ami Endowment Committee and
Century Club.
Mrs. Kreutzer. a life member
of Hadassah and active in the
Naomi chapter, is a member of
the board of directors of the
South Dade branch of Cystic Fi-
brosis. She is also active in the
Kadimah chapter of Pioneer
Women and the Women'.. Divi-
sion of Technion and Jewish
Family and Children Service.
A teacher at the Temple Beth
Am Nursery and Kindergarten,
Mrs. Kreutzer is a member of the
Association for Early Childhood
Education and the Jewish Coun-
cil of Early Childhood Educators.
Serving as chairman of the
Temple Zion "Night in Israel"
are Mr. and Mrs. Jan Jacobi. The
spiritual leader of Temple Zion is
Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Building Fund
Campaign May 2
Ilille! Community Day Scho -\.
Biscayna Blvd., will kick-
off a- $1 5 million buildino, fund
. ampaign Thursday, May 2. at an
3 p.m. cocktail party in
e of its president, Michael
I \f. 190th Te v..
North Miami Beach.
The evening will have a
fold purpose, acco din to execu-
tive directoi Marshall Ba tuch:
i r t, to welcome thi i prin-
c pal, Rabbi Albei i feH,
and second, to launch the i
raising campaign.
Chairman of the building fund
campaign i- Hillel's former pres-
ident, Dr. Joel B. Dennis, a
prominent North Dade ortho-
pedic surgeon.
Campaign whips Irving Cirul-
nick and Ben Genad are now
mizin the i xecutive I
into teams to solidify previous
ges and campaign for addi-
tional funds.
In charge of site development
and recreational facilities for the
new building is William Wolo-
witz.
Hillel Community Day School
receives the support of the rab-
bis and congregations of North
Dade and South Broward Coun-
ties and from the Greater Mi-
ami and Hollywood Federations.
Congratulations, Israel
On Your 26th Anniversary
from the banks where
There's
no charge
(something you rarely hear these days)
There's no service charge
on your personal
checking account

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Friday, April 26, 1974
Silvio Speroni (left) and Mrs. Edward S. Srhuman
have Leen named cochairmen of iha Southeastern Florida
jn, Women's American ORT, delegation to the Dis-
Iricl VI biennial convention to be held at the Diplomat Hotel
May 21 to 23.
Mrs, Speroni. Mrs. Schuman Named
OilT Delegates to May 21 Bi nial
I < Or-
2 !' ir R I
itheasti : ii
lamed Mrs,
S. Schuman, chairman
and Mr Silvie Speroni, cochair-
man of the Regions' delegation to
thi .'. tricl VI biennial co
ti. i to '' held at the Diplomat
. 21-23.
rid vi is the next highest
Ion to the Nati nai Organ-
ization and is seated in Miami.
Tiic District will coordinate nine
fro n North Carolina south
to Florida and west to Louisiana.
Southeastern Florida is the larg-
est region in the District, and
then fore will have the largest
delegation at the convention.
Representing Southeastern Flor-
ida Reeion will be a delegation
of 96 led by President Mrs.
Gerald Traktman.
I
J -. Uh pi
and i- ;
mental voca
i v orld. At present the
i R.T network of over 700 -
and installations embrace's 22
c lunti i on ii'.e continents with
an annual enrollment of .'
studi
Worn >n's American ORT is the
' supporting the
global network with more than
110.000 members In 900 ehapti 's
from coast-to-coast. In Dad C mn-
ty the membership is over 5.000.
VOLUNTEERS HONORED
The Mental Health Association
Auxiliary will honor its volun-
teers at a luncheon Wednesd"
May 8. at the Dupont Plaza Ho-
tel. Cocktails will be at 11:15 a.m.
followed by luncheon at noon.
Burdine's fashions will be shown.
The public is invited.
Mrs. Paetro Is
Librarians' Guest
Resource Speal er
M
.
ol h L'adl '
;P,K.r ta^oJt th #r>st
peakei '
, chairm
and librarian
Paeln
"Current Issu -
enc
! n invi ived
with librarj work isl -'-
-, which I fo
a: Tern] le Beth Sholon S
associated w I School
Board : Pai tro is
b Si >',:i-
ty the sui ei
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of ti' R ource Cen-
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mi bership of the assoi
inducts in ii
iding di
areas as inti r-1
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cent for sti dei ind i
multimedia holdin -
collections, techniques of a
:, class tying and
. ig ''."k-. and tl
stain- uf the J wish li-
b: arian.
Among the Issues th it wi
reported on at the dinner met-
ing of the association Is the
forthcoming national i
of the Association of Jewish Li-
braries to be held ir. Chicago
from June 23 26.
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Dr. and Mrs. David A. Nathan (left) and Mr. and Mrs. Syd
Levinson ct Miami Heart Institute's April 18th soiree.
I Talk on Pacemakers
Bv Dr. David Nathan
It wis quite a feat, bat David
A. Nathan. M.D.. managed to
make hi* recent lecture and slide
presentation on pacemakers hu-
morous as well a Informative]
His audience, filled with many
close friends, loved every minute
of the talk.
Dr. Nathan developed the Syn-
chronous pacemaker in a clinical
research project at .Mount Sinai
Medical Center and Miami Heart
Institute, and in 1962 organized
the first pac -maker clinic.
Robert s. Summers, administra-
rt Institute, in-
troduced Jordi n Davidson, p et,
tei i poem which
he wrote in behalf of Miami
Heart Institute.
0 mer Den-.in sident of the
R .' El as
V. D. chairman of the dew
r> nl fund, presented awards to
onto indir -- butors of Mi-
ami Heart Institute.
Rei eivii hum initarian
av ir wer Mr i : Mr Arthur
W. || f 1 '. :
S ;-.:- 'ourl
recentl; la generons
check to f I" ::i behalf
of the Orchid Balll.
Mary Berghoff. a member of
tl \uxi!iarv and manaser of th-*
gifl shop, received the Silver
MedaLion for "distinguished serv-
ice'" and Dennis Clum received a
plaque for "years of distinguished
service as chairman of the En-
dowment Fund Committee and
Chairman of the Endowment
Fund Individual Trustees."
Kathleen 0. Rank, director of
the Development Fund, presented
both the Sun dial and Nichol
Pavilion award to Judge Raymond
and Eva Wiae, and to Katharine
and William J. Halligan.
The Nichol Pavilion award
v. ml I i two rounies. Dr. and Mrs.
Irwin R Callen and Mr. and Mrs.
' -' Glenn, and Eugene J. Say-
fie, M.D.
It v.a a most rewarding and
able evening. Among the
fri mds of Dr. and Mrs.
David Nathan were Dr. and Mrs.
- Barron; Mr. and Mi i. E l>
i) vis, Dr. and Mm. Robert E
I r sident of the Medical
Staff, Mr. and Mrs. [rving Di
-. Mrs. Leo Finsky, M
sr), Mr. and Mrs
H irry Forma-i, Mr. and Mrs
irles Fox, Mr. and Mrs Harry
Frohman, Mr. and Mr Syd I
son. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roi
and Mr. and H. Marvin Silvers.
MB Hadassah Celebrates
Anniversary at 2 Donors
AZA To Conduct Rabbi Scliif f Concludes
YM-YWHA Family Series
Some 2.500 members of the
29 groups comprising the Miami
Beach Hadassah Chapter wili be
guests of the chapter at a donor
;. raid luncheon to be held Mon-
day and Tuesday, starting at 11:30
a.m. at the Dcauville Hotel. Mrs.
Emanucl Mentz is chapter presi-
dent.
Servins as donor chairman of
the two-day affair will be Mrs
Sylvia Kurland; eochairmen are
Mrs. Louis Landy and Mrs. Jo-
seph Rosenberg, with Mrs. Bar-
nett Beckerman in charge of the
program.
Entertainment for the after-
noons will be an original skit bv
Trixie Levin marking the 18th
birthday of the Miami Beach
Chapter and presented by thi
Temple Emanu-El Players.
Ms. Levin is director of the
show, choreography i i bv Barbar:
Bessey and Laurel Kimball. wltt
musical accompaniment by Deev;
Solove.
Cast members are Barbar.
Bessey, Reva Burns, Lydia Gold
ring. Arlene Harris. Laurel Kim
ball, Hope Pomerantz and Pern
Witten.
Pictured with life membership cup awarded to Mayim
Group, Miami Chapter of Hadassah, are Mrs. Lilly Tush,
(left) chapter life membership chairman; Mrs. Joseph Liss,
aKugTOUFS \Ue memi>ership chairman, and Mrs. Harold
Abbott, the chapter's administrative vice president
Services In 13
Local Synagogues
Religious services in 13 Dade
and Broward County synagogues
will be conducted Friday. May 3,
by members of the local chapters
of Aleph Zadik Aleph AZA), the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization,
I i celel rate the 30th anniversa y
of the founding of the group.
In addition to the religious
,n AZA, the largest Jewish
youth movement in the world
today with more than 650.000
members represented by 1.800
chapters in the United State;,
Canada, Latin America, the United
Kingdom. Australia and Israel.
wili sponsor an alumnae reunion
dinner dance May 15 at the Mi-
ami Springs Villas.
Circuit Judge Milton Friedman
is overall chairman of the local
Golden Anniversary observances.
Assisting him are Ronald Shapo.
B'nai B'rith Lodge president, and
Zigmund Zilbcr, AZA Chapter
advisor.
Committee chairmen include
Ted Sakowittz, public defender
in U.S. District Court: Circuit
Judge Sam I. Silver, and North
Miami Councilman Michael Colod-
ny.
Further information on the
religious services, as well as
tickets for the dinner dance may
be obtained from Judge Fried-
man.
Jewish values and attitudes re-
lated to aging, death, and mourn-
ing, will be the theme of the fi-
nal monthly session in the
American Jewish Family in
Transition" series of the profes-
development seminar for
full time staff members of the
YV. VW11A of Greater Miami
ucted in cooperation with
the Institute for Jewish Educa-
tors of the Central Agency for
Jewish Education.
The seminar, to be held on
Monday. May 6, will be led by
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director of
Chaplaincy. Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, and executive
vice president of the Rabbi
Association, who will base his
presentation on traditional Jew-
ish sources as they relate to the
contemporary societal attitudes
toward the issues described
above.
The seminar is the last of a
series of seven monthly sessions
that has dealt with various as-
pects of the American Jewish
community in light of essential
Jewish concepts and values. Each
three hour session included a
theoretical presentation outlining
basic Jewish appioaches to the
rites of the life cycle, followed
by consideration of the implica-
tions for programming for the
entire spectrum of services pro-
vided by the YM YWHA.
The program, which is now in
it-; second year, include 1 during
this sea-on. a sociological and
hi I trical analysis of the Amer-
ican Jewish community by I
Greenzweig, director of Youth
Programming of the CA.IE.
Cantor Jack Bornsteln, director
of education, Temple Israel i I
.Miami, conducted the
second ses ion. dealing with fun-
damental concepts inherent in
the holiday oi Hanukkah and
their relationship to Judaism and
stianity. Rabbi David L-hr-
field. spit Itual leader oi Kit ,
[si bi l Congregation, led
on Jewish attitudes i n
courtship and mairi.,
control, human sexuality,
and divorce.
Staff members of the
conducted the session d
with values and programs r
the spring holidays of Pass
I>r,:ci Independence Day. -.he
Holocaust Day, Lag
Shavuoth and Jerusalem Day,
Rabbi Schiff. who has he'd his
position with the Rabbinical As-
sociation of Greater Miami nee
1964. was formerly the spi
leader of Congregation B<
in Miami, and has been the chair-
man of the Board of License of
the CA.IE for almost a decade.
One of the originators of the
Man to Man Inter-Faith Dialogue
program first originated on Ch.
2. Rabbi Schiff was honored with
the State of Israel Redemption
Award and has been a major
force in the enhancement o; Jew-
ish life in the Greater Miami
community.
The program, which is ur.der
the joint direction of Marvin
I.ieherman. assistant director of j
the YMHA. and Abraham J. G:t-j
telson, associate director
CAJE, is reflective of the I
of the YMHA in enhancing the
quality of Jewish life in the com-1
munity.
Following the theme pre- I
tion Monday, an evaluation ses-l
m in relating to future seminars!
for the coming year will be heldl
for the staff who have par::ci-|
pated in the seminars, Herbert
Zvi Berger, executive director of
the CAJE, which is in the process,
of broadening the pr< -ram for
other Jewish communal ag(
ted.
Robert Macht, executive vice
president of Southeast Bank-
ing Corp. and vice chairman
of the board of First National
Bank of Miami, was selected
as this year's recipient of the
American Advertising Feder-
ation's Silver Medal Award,
presented annually in recog-
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. figures in Saturday night's dinner-
dance c:t the Diplomat Hotel honoring Dr.
Irving Lehrman included, (top, left to right)
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro, president c: Tem-
ple Emanu-El; Mrs. Shapiro; Samuel N.
r:iec' and, chairman of the board; and Dr.
.": Mrs. Lehrman, who marked 30 years
with the Miami Beach congregation. Pic-
tured below are Archbishop Colrman F.
Carrol!, (left) Dr. Lehrman's sister, Mrs.
Harry Rot!. Gcv. Reubin Asksw, Mrs. Lehr-
man and Dr. Lehrman.
Community Leaders
Honor Dr. Lehrman
.".lore than 800 community lead-
er- joined in a tribute dinner and
dance honoring Dr. Irving Lehr-
man Saturday night as he cele-
brated his 30th anniversary as
rabbi of Temple Emanu-El of Mi-
ami Beach.
The black-tie function at the
Dipl :- Hotel was highlighted
I ann ancement that the con-
i on will burn its S500.000
mortgage on the social hall and
school buildings.
Mortgage burning commit'ee
chairman Stephen Muss said he
and hi; cochairmen. Herbert
Sadkin and Samuel N. Friedland,
aided by vice chairmen Perry
Kaye : nd Matthew Rosenhaus.
had raised 0485.000 towards the
goal, prior to the dinner.
Lehrman Day School scholar-
ship fund chairman Harry A.
(Hap) Levy said his committee
had rai ed $485,000 towards the
ships ($700 each) to attain its
goal.
But the focal point of the eve-
ning was celebration and Gov.
Reubin A.key. Archbishop Cole-
man F. Carroll and Dr. Louis
Finkelstein heaped praise upon
Dr. Lehrman for his achieve-
ments in three historic decades.
Dinner cochairmen, Dr. Sher
man R. Kaplan and Herbert Sad-
kin, kept the evening moving
along after a late start dictate!
by the Sabbath and year-round
daylight savings time.
Mrs. Lehrman came in for her
share of honors as the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, the
Temple, the Sisterhood, the
P.T.A.. United Synagogue Youth
and Metropolitan Dade County
presented the rabbi and his wife
special awards.
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro, presi-
dent, termed the observance "a
complete success."
The grand march was an-
nounced by Judge Irving Cypen,
a Temple vice president, and co-
ordinated by Mrs. Al Podvin.
Mrs. Carol Greenberg was
hostess chairman, and arrange-
rs -,;. w< re handled by Mrs. Ben-
jamin Bc'.off. Mrs. Bernard Kap-
lan and Mrs. Richard Schwarz.
The Lehrman Day School Choir
presented a brief musical tribute
to the rabbi, in whose honor the
school was named at his 25th an-
niversary celebration.
Rabbi Henry Sicgman. execu-
tive vice president of the Syna-
gogue Council of America, pre-
sented Dr. Lehrman. first national
honorary president in the organ-
ization's 50-year history, a special
award. Myron Brodie. executive
director of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, made a pres-
entation also.
Milton M. Parson, executive
director of Israel Bonds in Great-
er Miami: Judge Zev Kogan, Jew-
ish National Fund president for
the Southeast; Rabbi Solomon
Schiff. executive vice president
of the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, and representa-
tives of the American Friends of
the Hebrew University. American
Red Magen David for Israel and
numerous other organizations
joined in the tribute.
Obviously pleased with the Temple Emanu-El celebration
are. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sadkin (left) and Gov. Reubin
-Askew. Sadkin, cochairman ot the 30th anniversary celebra-
r?nZ",d cchairman of a $500,000 mortgage burning cam-
P'Sn for fhe synagogue, introduced Florida', governor.
Jackie Mason
In The Stoolie'
Held 3rd Week
"The Stoolie." starring Jackie
Mason, opened April 12 at the
Normandy Theatre, Miami Beach,
and is being held over for a third
week.
Jackie Mason the comedian ha-
now become Jackie Mason the
film nr^rtucer and serious actor
In the film 'The Stoolie" Maso"
given a sharp portrayal of a small
time underworld character whose
occupations are petty thievery
and informing on his underw^r''1
associates trying to change his
life style.
Much of th action in the film
takes place on Miami Beach a
Roger (Mason) checks into the
Doral Beach Hotel in an effort to
build up his self-confidence. Hi;
romance with Sheila (Marcia
Jean Kurtz) whose views on life
seem to match his own hplD him
through some frightening mo-
ments, and at the end of the film
give some indication that they
may indeed be able to lead a new
life.
Myron J. Brodie,. (top left) executive vice president, pre-
sented a 2.000-year-old artifact to Dr. Lehrman in behali of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. A Chagall painting
was presented to the rabbi on the occasion of his 30th anni-
versary as spiritual leader of the Miami Beach congrega-
tion by Rabbi Henry Siegman, (left, center picture) executive
vies president of the Synagogue Council of America; with
them is Dr. Sherman R. Kaplan, chairman of the dinner-
dance. In picture below, the Rev. Edward Graham, Acting
Mayor of Metropolitan Dade County, presents Dr. Lehrman
with an official commendation in his first official act as head
of tha county government.
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Friday, April 26, 1974
Fashions Were Resplendent
At 30 aryFcte
By ISABE1 GROVE
' Dr.
I
Seminar! of \ ri(
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paid tribute to H
l i
ijplomal Hotel.
Bi me 750 pron nenl :
tion m
frien Is att< rid td the biack-
ti affaii marking Dr. Lehrman's
30 years al Bnunu-El. At his side
. thi honors shower I
him was his wife. Belle,
anl in a stunning brown and
white fli ral chiffon frock I
by a matching jackel and trim-
med ii brown and white flecked
feathers at the neckline and
wrists.
Mrs, Samuel Friedland entered
on the arm of her husband, for-
mer Emanu El president and now
chairman of the board. She had
selected a classic Ion'.: sleeved
navy gown beaded from neckline
to hem.
Ruth (Judge Herbert) Shapiro
set off her dark hair in an orig-
inal Adele SilUDSOn while jack-
eted costume trimmed in while
ostrich collar and cuffs.
A dainty, height pink chiffon
shirtwaister with self beit
the *( Ice of Marv (Dr. I
Kaplan. A fluff? bow al the
completed the appeal-
A dramatic off-whil R">wn
v is becoming to Mrs. Her-
::]. I nusual acci nf w a
a scarf dtaped across the bodice
am' over the shou'.A
iphen Mass selected a
ling black one-shoulder
dress and matching coat, Also in
black, was Davida (Mrs. Hap)
Levy whose outfit was accented
with a diamond shaped eutout al
the midriff outlined in rhine-
stones.
Emanu-El Sisterhood president.
Mrs. Benjamin Beloff set off her
ly auburn hair with a full
Fkirl fl< ii\ bl "'.- phjff. -i frock.
a scarf a
D
.
i .
, and Mrs. Joseph I
d up v.i-ion ol I
i. is ,n >j four
k m affair.
Mild '* Pepper
were an unusual black outfit
with whit apron effect front and
back and matching triangle scarf
held al the left shoulder.
A soft misty green floor length
gown with swirl skirt and self
belt was Mrs. Richard Stone's
choice.
Mrs. Irving Firtel wore a print
of small flowers in tones of hot
pink, purple and white. It was
fa-hioned with a V neck and ruf-
fled at the cuffs and on the long
skirt.
Mrs. Abel Iloltz (he's president
of Bank of Miami Bca-h) wore
a decolletage red chiffon with
large grey and white flowers and
a huge flower of the same grey
and white at the neckline.
A smashing Franceses original
was Ruth 'Mrs. Jack) Popick's
- ; tion. The two piecer was in
a dee,) turquoise and pink print
with a fuli skirt.
\ lone sleeved bH "A whil
chiffon was most attractive on
Mrs M itl h 'V Kosenhaus. and
Mrs. Pern Kaye's two piece en-
-. mble wa of pink and -!\1 I
with Ion -' '" and floaty skirl.
M s. Herbert Buchwald's black
- ]: -less vti set med to be
held b\ a Bold choker, and Mrs.
Zelda Thau's while gown and
long coat were heavily embroid-
ered tor trim mine.
Mrs. Al (Frma) Podvin. who
coordinated all arrangements for
the grand march, looked smart in
a peach chiffon fitted gown, ac
cented with a rhinestone-studded
mandarin collar and a matching,
flowing coat.
Pro-Am Celebrity Tournament To
Be Played May 2.i At Aventura
A entura, th resi l< nth I eom-
th Dade County ad-
ayn \ Bay and Bis-
B mle' ard, has be in sel ".'
ed as the site of th" <;
ami Hebrew Academy's pro-am
i lebrity t< nnis tournament.
The one daj tennis meet will be
held May 23 on the nationally-
renowned Aventura courts, it was
announced Wednesday by Abel
H.d'z and Judge Norman Cimcnt.
cochairmen of the Hebrew Acad-
emy activity.
Don Soffer. managing partner
of Aventura, offored the Miami
Eeach school use of the courts
and other facilities. Soffer, a
leader of Temple Emanu El, wa*
long active in Pittsburgh Jewish
and communal affair; and is an
nt tennis enthusiast and
player.
The Florida F'amin"os. (J.....iter
Miami's entry in Ihe World Team
Tennis professional league, will
le In the Hebrew Acad-
emy tournament. Robert Shapiro
ations man; si I ownei
Ted Cohen has arranged for both
men and women players of til.
Flamingos to participate.
Irving Firtel, president, and
I. H. Abrams. chairman of the
board, said the tennis tourney
will help to raise funds for the
operating deficit of the Hebrew
Academy, a member agency of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
Individual entry fees will range
from $100 to S5C0. and banks,
savings and loan associations and
other organizations may enter
team; for 1,000. it was an-
nounced.
More than half of the 1.000 He-
brew Academy students receive
financial assistance, it was noted
Firtel and Abrams said Hie ten-
nis tourney al o should help to
widen the area of oubUc i'lt^r^st
i.i and suoport for t'.e South':.
largest Hi br d i school.
Southeastern Florida Region OUT
Plans Job Placement Program
Womens American ORT (Or-
ganization for Rehabilitation
Through Training) South"
Florida Regioa has started a sum-
mer job placement program for
hi^h school and college students.
Working with the Jewish Voca-
tional Service (non-sectarian).
ORT volunteers will inti
students during May and June
assistin : I lem in finding mean-
ingful employment, full and part-
time.
This placement service will also
-"nd employment for students
who do not wi-h to continue with
academic studies and who are
career education orientated.
Interviews wi'l be held at Tem-
ple B-th Am Temple Emanu-El.
and Temple Sinai.
Students wishing employment
may contact th" Jewish Vocation-
al Service. Employers nei
ter and or full time help
mav call 'he Women's Anv
ORT office, American Affairs
man,
v plicants will be screened and
interviewed by qualified person-
nel.
Women's Club
Member Brunch
l 1:30 a.m. at th
Ser
\ ; Ma;"' H 'i >ld I

ions
.. .
A bullion i DS
i ub i n a:
mo els will be pi am
Sylvia "Sunny" fl amatk
sop ano, will entertain.
in cl nr pi re ervations an
jod> Kin mel, president, and
Eunice I1- rmer.
Democratic Club
Meets Wednesday
The Democratic Club of Miam
Beach will hold an "open to th<
public meeting" in the Cari Ion
Hotel. Wednesday at 8 p.m. The
program will feature so is
from the Operation Re-Entrj
project.
Bernard Baron, executive pro-
gram director and social -
director, will moderate, Dads
c >unty attorney Stuart L S
w 11 repeat by requ \ I a talk on
"Juri prudence "
President Wall} Gluck will
comment on th >f hi
Den ocral c Party, \ n and
ansv 'i | i o i an I enl -rtainment
will follow.
Dr. Boris Rubhutjin and his daughter in their Leningrad
home. Dr. Rubinslein has been trying to rec:ive permission
to emigres io Isiae! from the Soviet Union, whose authori-
ties have subjected him to cruel toriuii.
U.S. Lawmakers
Try to Help
Soviet to Emigrate
Florida's Secretary of State,
Richard Stone, will be the
guest speaker at a breakfast
to be held by the President's
Club of Greater Miami Beach
Sunday at 9 a.m. in the
Deauville Hotel, according to
club president George N.
Kotin.
Ail e i ph} ical harassment
! i.n-t
ate to Is-
ra-l has piorapted bipai
proti I by Conj William
an iD.. Fla i and Bill Arch-
il., Tex >.
In a cable to U.S. Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger during his
recei ; visit to Mo cow, and a let-
ter to Soviet Party chief Leonid
Brezhnev, the Congressmen is-
sued an appeal for I) Boris
Rubinstein and his family.
DR. RUBINSTEIN has been
trying to emigrate to Israel for
years. Last December, he
was arrested and questioned by
Soviet authorities in Leningrad.
During questioning, he was
reportedl) severely burned by a
He penl a month
in a hojpital and is still in had
health. Similar reports are be-
ing voiced by recent R:,
emigrants to Israel.
Archer and Lehman said in
their cable. "To deliberately sub-
ject any individual to such har-
assment and physical pain for
any iea on is unconscionable. To
do so to Rubinstein for his at-
tempt to exercise the basic hu-
man right of emigration ... is
an outrage."
In a letter received February
22, 1974. Dr. Rubinstein wrote,
"You know l was HI, and now I
d i not recov r I w ite : is
1 : in bed. My illness was hard
and painful. About a month and
a haif. I lay only on my back,
and I could not tun on my side,
l have lo.-t about 3 kilograms
(17 lbs.), and now I am ulterly
weak "
THE SOITH Florida Confer-
ence on Soviet Jewry, which
brought the Rubinstein case to
the Congressmen's attention, is
asking that additional protest
letters be sent to Anatoly
Dob ynin. Russian Embassy,
Washington. D.C., and to Dr.
Henry Kissinger, U S, I).
menl of State, Washington. D.C.
Further information on the
campaign may be obtained from
the South Florida Conference on
Soviet Jewry. P.O. Box 1056,
North Miami, or by calling
576-4330.
SYMPOSIl'M Prominent gov-
ernmental leaders will examine
the issue of health care and ma-
jor health care billj pending
congressional action in the Barry
College auditorium, Friday, May
3, from 9:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.
Otucaia oi iviiuuii .jeaui j u-i ji.m Loogj
No. 1591, the oldest B'nai B'rith Lodae in
Miami Beach, include (left to right) Mal-
colm H. Frombcrg, past lodge president and
presently third vice president, District Grand
Lodge No. 5; Samuel Pascoe, pest president
South Florida Council and Florida State
Association, B'nai B'rith, past lodqs presi-
dent and installation chairman; Sidney Z.
nocawwu, outgoing icuqe presiaent, shown
receiving plaque from George TalianoH, in-
stallation officer and past lodge president;
David E. Rubinson, incominq lodgs presi-
dent; Arnold Springer, president-elect; Nat
Friedman, ledge vies president who is a
past piesident of 100 Lincoln Road Men's
Social Club.


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Irving .mil Beraice Laibsoil
i .i l nn b i "
i h ird id B I
thei Adam, :> M >.
i

il and
irini-1 I I o i Vnnl J'. at 3 p m.
ime of Dr. Marvin and
i: ne Isaacson on Dl Lido Dr."
Aid what 'i d iightful afternoon
tns Tal t"d young people
ined with sons and dance,
ging credit to their instruc-
Martha Frost, Miami Beach
High Schc student Allison Am-
s'ol iang "Somewhere My Love"
mpanying beraelf on the
guitar; l4-year-o!d Carla Gerstel
a rousing rendition of a son;;
from "Cabaret." and Heather
Winter*. 12. went throuph a sona-
! 2 a: the piano with enthusiasm.
Dr. Isaacson's niece liana Weiss,
on a visit from Scarsdalo.
N Y. played several solos on the
flute, and hi= daughter Fern, 15.
donned rain coat and umbrella
a rhythmic tan dance to
- Ke p PalHn' on My
tani t wheiw nec'-
talented Kfhrr Barren,
rig guest i enjoving the rer-
i Mrs, Prances \-w-
m in, Mr, and Mrs. Irvini I.nib-
Mr. nd M"i. Jrrrv WtnOrt,
Hi and Mrs. Armando Gerstel,
Mr. and Vr-. Inel A n't*'. SJso
Irving SmI. Br. and Mrs. Morton
!! immond, Mr. and Mrs. .lav Sve-
r!on. my husband, Howard, and
e.! -;- fr m N< i
(Carole and spouse Roy
Whii field.
nt a wb i tal at 3 p.m.
at r : te (srai I of
pi im will in-
. tl oi
kot'iefl VI
ei
I'nisersity o Mian
ba ti I lequiren ents to-
. Wasti r of Music degree. A
tant ai the
. she is a member of
P i] Kap] a Phi, Sigma Alpha lota
and Pi Kappa Lambda honor so-
. Miami Teacher's '
and fie National Guild of Piano
hers. The artist lives in
North Miami Beach.
? A
When the third and fnarth
grade students at Temple Beth
Am Bay School learned about
Tzedekah and thn r^ad a bio-
graphy of Louis Braille, a spark
was struck! With the consent of
their parents, the student- were
permitted to earn money for the
pur hasp of a Brai'.le Ha?sadah
which they oresented to Mrs. Lil-
lian H-ss for the I'brary spon-
pored by the Central Agency fjr
Jewih Education in Ui? Gre >r
Miami Jewish Federation Bid.'.
An important l";son well learned.
Kin ':.. > Yacht Clubbers nave
a nd zvoua set foi
weeken i '.t'.l be h-'d at the
d K >' Club, o'vned by K;,i ;s
nher CHM Snehman. The
k south of
Biscrvne and about eight
mil< southeast of the c ub's
VI e Commodore if il
Liberman expects some 50
h -r to m i
ther '. a cookoul
MARGO BRtiTBART
And more on the musical scene
Margo Breitbart, pianist, will
Office's induct
JWVA Slates
......
D nt of 1
Auxiliarj n
: t r
\,< >f 248 of St Peters
Fl i turd and Alb. rl \i
viu 373 ol rampa Sun lay.
Past Department President Kay
Lingaton will induct the :'
Paul Surensky 400 in Clearwater,
Fla., Sunday.
Mr;. Ferdie and Mrs. Lingaton
will be standing in for Shirley A.
Tragash. Department of Florida
president, who will be amending
th? National Executive commit-
tee meeti n N York F
through Sunday.
Hospital Visits, Elections
In JWVA Weekly Plans
The activities of the Depart-
ment of Florida, Ladies Auxilia-
ries. Jewish War Veetrans, this
week arc:
A "roc ha'l Games N'ite" will
be given Wednesday evening at
the Veterans Administration Hos-
pital, by Murray Solomon No. 243
and Hialeah Miami Springs No.
681.
Norman Bruce Brown No. 174:
\ ward party will bo held at the
VA Hospital Saturday evening.
: -.:o Kolinsky is hospital chair-
:...in.
West Miami No. 223: A social
gathering honoring immediate
president Natalie Rosenberg
Will be held at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday
at the home of Carol Gold. A
Mother's Dav fashion show will
bo hold Thursday Ua> 2, at 8 p.m.
at the Conquistadore Restaurant,
Coral Gables. Fashions courtesy
of Penny's Place of South Miami,
with fashion coordinator Lee
Rubin. Models will be Helen Bur-
Carol Gold. Susan Hantman,
Charlotte Miltler. Tanya Levine
Laura Rich, Ruth Samuels, Pearl
Silverman, and Shirley Wiezen-
thal, members of the auxiliary.
Tickets and information chair-
man is Charlotte Mittler.
Miami Beach No. 330: Paulino
Lazarus will be installed by D?
partment of Florida President.
Shirley A. Tragash. Thursday,
May 2 at 8:30 p.m.. at the Amer-
ican Legion Hall. 1828 Alton Rd.
Pearl Herman is outgoing presi-
dent.
Harrv II. Cohen No. 723: A so-
cial evening will be held Sunday
evening at the Washington Fed-
eral. 1133 Normandy Dr.
Colonel David Marcus No. 746:
Sunday afternoon. Betty Ott.
child welfare chairman, accom-
panied by Mar:- McSherry. an*
iliarv president, and Ann Trager,
will visit Youth Hall in Miami.
South Dade No. 778: Evelyn
Clein, senior vice president, is
chairman of fund raising for a
garage rummage sale which will
he held at her home all day Sun-
day. Charlotte Midlan and Sandi
Simon will service the noshory
cart at the Homestead Air Force
Base Tuesday.
Candlelight Ceremony For
Barbara Altman, Dr. Abel
Henry Wolff, an inves-ment
realtor hag ce:n elected to
succeed James A. Wade cs
president of the Miami Bsarh
Rotary Club. He and the oth-
er o;i cers will be installed
c: a bar.auet to be held in
June.
Coffee Planned
For Pa re ui.* Of
Hiliel Students
I Community Pay Pen. ol
old a coffee for ; 11 i.c> I
pective arenti at the home
and Mn Robert Ross, 44S
Poinciana Dr. Hallan laie, Wed-
nesdaj ai 7:30 p.m.
Rabb A I .: M y> rfc I. the
now pi I of Hillel will be
'. with the parents.
B1 t'u coffee will
be Rabbi Ma> I ipschitz, spiritual
of Beth Torah n r
has been a raiding
- iol slnc< its in-
-. in
Tri ol the i 'f e
. |u; oarents of m
:r tuden*s th the
principles and goal; of I
' -. erj -i:' iol '

>aru b lanced cunic-
uium i : English and H
si in the individual stu-
mati m about
i 1974 75 school year, call t! e
il.!
M. Jay Berliner
Installs Slates
Department of Floiida Com-
mander M. .'ay Berliner of the
Jewish War Veterans announced
he will bn the installing
officer for JWV Posts in St. P< -
te-.bu'i:. Tampa and Clearwatei
this week-end.
Com. Berliner will also be in-
stalling otficer and master of
ceremonies for the Miami Beach
Post JWV Thursday. May 2, at
8 p.m. at the American Legion
Bldg., 1328 Alton Rd.
Maurice Weinman, Commander
of JWV.- 4th Region, will be in-
stalled as post commander.
D
! m.i.
ble ring c:i
20. al th h m oi Di and Mrs

i |e i the dau hti
Mr and Lester VI man ol
\ : I P
i i are Mr, nnd
rii | p ,:, [, 14720 NE ll I A'
N V.
Mrs. Joj EIpe t wis i latro"
of he nieci. and
than Ab '. served a- best man
for his brother.
Among guests were the bride'.-
grandpar 'nts, Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Keiser, ar.d Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Altman oi Bay Harbor Island.
v Mrs. Abel attended
Is in New York and gradu
ated from Bryn Mawr College in
Tt nnsylvania.
Dr. Abel attended the Univer-
E>it3 of Miami School of Medicine.
On letion of his residency at
Columbia Presbyterian Medical
tor. Dr. Abel served for two
as a Licut?nant Commander
in the United States Navy.
On their return from a honey-
"i in Martinique, the coupl--
,.;] un :-, Miami.
MRS. MARSHALL ABU
Out of town guests attending
the wedding included Mr. and
Mrs Bon Stockman. Mr. and Mrs
Murray Rosenstein, Mr. and Mrs.
Mai tin Steckman. Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Davis, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert E'pert, I.any Altman. Dr
and Mrs. Paul Davis and Mr. and
Mrs Eugene Levine.
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FViday, April 28, 1974
Happenings
ALCOHOL'S.! WORKSHOP
The Metropouan D.ide County
Comprehen?i\e Alcohol Program
will present a one day wo:k:"hop
Saturday, from 9 a.m. 3 p.m at
the Tacolcy Center. 6161 NW 9th
Ave. Participants, including
county and state agencies, police
and Red Cross personnel wili
describe services, treatment and
education available in Dade
County.
rV
ft
AWARDS GIVEN Two per-
sons picked by the Crime Com-
mission of Greater Miami as the
most outstanding in the suppres-
sion of crime in Dade County re-
ceived awards at the Commis-
sion^ recent awards dinner. They
were Bruce E. Wagner, 31, chiei
of the Criminal Division of the
U.S. Attorney's Office for the
Southern District of Florida, and
Art Baker, founder of The Seed
drug program.
b -fr -it
SELECTED Variety Club of
Greater Miami, Tent 33, ha
chosen Mrs. Joan Seligman, presi-
dent of the Suburban League, and
William J. Long. Commander of
Harvey Seeds Post, American Le
gion, to be feted at its "King and
Queen Dinner" in the Miamarina
Restaurant Saturday, May 11, at
8 p.m.
it &
CHAIRMANBuilder Edward
Gerrits, a director of Biscayne
Federal Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation, has been named general
chairman of "Clean-Up, Paint-Up,
Fix-Up" Month in Miami. The an-
nual spring cleaning is sponsored
by Miami's Committee on Ecology
and Beautification, headed by E.
Albert Pallot.
Dental Society Seminar
On Electrosurgery Planned
The Miami Beach Dental So-
ciety has set a two-day seminar
on "Electrosurgery in Restorative
Dentistry" with John E. Flocken
DMD, of Los Angeles, for April
28 and 29 at Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Hours Sunday will be from 9
to 4 p.m.. and Monday from 9 to 5
p.m. A regular program is also
slated Monday starting at 6:45
p.m. at the Embers Restaurant.
Cancer Quiz on Ch. 7
"Is cancer catching? Is lung
cancer largely preventable? Is
pain an early warning signal of
cancer? Is cancer hereditary?" If
you think you know the answers
to these questions, you may bo
surprised They will be among;
the 13 questions which will test
your knowledge of cancer on
"Cancer Quiz," a 20 minute spe-
cial to be aired on WCKT-TV, Ch
7, at 1:30 p.m. Saturday.
Florida Regional Office
Opened By B.B. District 5
Arnold D. Ellison, executive
vice president of B'nai B'rith
District Grand Lodge No. 5 an-
nounces the opening of the Flor-
ida Regional Office on May 1.
The office, to be located at
1747 Van Buren St.. Hollywood.
will serve 65 lodges and 10,000
members of the State of Florida.
Col. Philip Cohen is the Florida
Regional Director.
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April 26, 1974
t'Jsnisti fhridiictr
Page 13-D
'C Open House
n North Dade
munity Centeri
>uih II tonsOr an
hi u !, art festival, I
1-3 p.m. at the H
Htv D
| I. All '< th Da le fam-
invit -1.
LI lir entertained by
i The < low 'i and particta i'1
varietj of activities inchidin !
rating th ir own sundaes am,
Ing their own works of art.
ne J.C.C. professional staff
on hand to ('; .i the
loming summ (r day camp pro-
i.. pre-schoolers through
\\ graders and J.C.C. Earl)
\ Di velopment and
ker School programs.
At the recent annual installation dinner of the Presidents
of Greater Miami Beach in thg Dcauviile Hotel, ths
rs installed included (from left to right) Sam Carliner,
paruamentarian; Lou Salter, sergeant-at arms; Hiram Gold-
stein, vice president; Irving Weinstock, recording secretary!
Murray Klein, financial sscretary; Roscl;e Golan, corre-
sponding secretary; Nat Weinstock, vice president; (rear)
Irving Cypers, outgoing presid-nt; George N. Kotin, presi-
dent; Sani Pascoe, vice president; So! Shaye, treasurer.
picture at left, Shepard Broad. Mayor
Emeritus of the Town of Bay Harbor Islands,
Assents the State of Israel Masada Award
Thomas H. Brandeis, president of the Bar-
-.e" Bank of Bay Harbor Islands, at an April
4 cocktail party held on b"?ha!f of Israel
ds at the De Continental Restaurant.
Looking on are Robert L. Siegel (left), gen-
eral campaign chairman of the Greater Mi-
ami. Israel Bond Giuani^atic-i, and Milton
M. Parson (right), executive director. Guests
at the function in picture at right are Jerry
Lelchuk, (left) Morris Broad and Arnold
Fein.-
'Buy Israel Products'
Drive Sueeessf ul Here
Jewish organizations in Greater Miami have shown great
interest in the "Buy Israel" products drive, which was started
here six months ago, after the Yom Kippur War
Over one hundred Jewish organizations requested the "Buy
Israel" office to include an exhibit of Israeli products at their
met-tings, and to inform their members regarding the current
situation of the Israeli .cononty.
Israeli products shipped since the war. mainly foods, were
received here in Miami during March and April, and are now-
available in many stores. (A list of the stores where Israeli prod-
ucts may be purchased has been supplied to members of these
organizations.) Additional Israeli products, such as fashions,
jewelry and toys, will arrive in the Greater Miami area in the
near future.
The purpose of the "Buy Israel" project is to create the de-
mand for Israeli products, which will help to strengthen the
Israeli economy and the.eby help to eliminate the .listing def-
icit in the foreif,.i Israeli trade. In 1973, Is-ad's trade deficit
amounted to $2.5 billion, compared to SI billion in 1973.
Israel's trade deficit with the United States in 1973 increased
|to -a great extent, from $150 million in 1972 to $233 million in
11873. Israel's export to the U.S. in 1973 amounted to $267 mil-
llion (against $223 million in 1972). In the same year the U.S.
[export to Israel amounted to $550 million, against $368 miliion
[in 1972.
Statistics show that Israel is one of the U.S.A.'s best custom-
ers, importing more American goods than Iran, 'ntHa, and even
I more than Egypt, Lebanon, Syria and Jordan put together.
In order to help Israel became an independent economy, it
[is necessary to increase its export. The Israeli Minister of Trade
and Industry, General Chaim Bar Lev has urged the Israeli manu-
facturers to double their export during the next five years. There-
fore, it is vital that we create a market for Israeli products here
[in the U.S.A. and in other countries. The six million Jews in the
lu.S.A. can help Israel to reach this goal by buying Israeli prod-
ucts regularly, starting with a minimum of $1 a week per per-
son ($50 a year).
Yeshoshua Meshulach, well-known Israeli journalist special-
izing in Israel's economy, who is the originator of the "Buy
Israel" project, is presently in Miami, which has been chosen to
the first city in the United States to implement this project.
The Jewish Market Association, which has been established
^n Israel, is comprised of manufacturers, representatives of the
Jewish Agency and is supported by the Ministry of Trade and
Industry. This Association is planning to extend the "Buy Israel"
products drive to other cities in the U.S., based on the success
)f this project here in Greater Miami, says Mr. Meshulach.
The sale of Israeli products in Greater Miami during the
year has amounted U> $250-$300 thousand and th? "Buy Is-
rael" project is expected to increase this amount many times.
Hie cooperation of the Jewish population in the Greater Miami
rea is needed for the continued success of this project
The "Buy Israel" office is located Room 505, 605 Lincoln
ad Mall, Miami Beach.
Yariv Oren To Be
Here Next Week
B'nai B'rith and the U, s. Com-
mittee Sports for Israel will be
hots next week to Yariv Oren,
who is representing the Division
of Sports and Physical Education
Authority ''f the Israel Ministry
of Education and Welfare.
While hen1. Oren will observe
p ograms for senior citizens and
will meet with officials of city
and county and senior citizens
leadership.
A luncheon will be given in his
honor Sunday at the Doral Ho-
tel, Miami Beach, under the di-
rection of Col. Philip Cohen, U.S.
Marine Corps. Retired.
Brandeis W omen Offer
10,000 Books for Sale
Brandeis University N'ationa'
Women's Committee has slated a
hook sal? Thursday through Fri
day, May 2 to 10. at Midway Mall
79C1 \V. Fiaaler St. Weekdav
hours will be from 9:30 to 9:3P
p.m.. Sunday from 9:30 to 6 p.m.
Some 10.000 books will be or.
sale with volumes in art, cooking,
history, travel, children's works,
fiction and mysteries. In addition,
there will be 80 issues of the
"Orchid Magazine."
Family Life Therapy
Metropolitan Dade County Ad-
diction Treatment Agency "Fam
ily Program" is holding a train
ing conference, "Substance Abu>o:
A Family Per-pective," through
Friday at the Biscayns College
Center for Continuing Education,
16400 NW 32nd Ave. The Agency,
under the direction of Terry M
Levy, Ph.D.. offers therapy for
problems in family life.
Symphonic Orchestra
in Salute to Israel
"A Salute to Israel," sponsored
by the Brotherhood of Temple
Beth El, will be held Sunday at
8 p.m., in the temple's Tobin
Auditorium. The entire proceeds
will go to the Israel Emergency
Fund.
The Hol'ywood Symphonic
Mandolin Orchestra, conducted by
Anthony Rizutto, will donate its
services for this event. The or-
chestra includes singing guest
artists. Terry Rabinor and Ray-
Matty.
The Rev. Edward T. Graham, Dade County's vice-mayor,
presented a special commendation to Mrs. Nathan Pritcher;
vice president of the Greater Miami Section, National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, April 15 in the Commission Chambers
in recognition of the generous works of this organization. A
S3.750 check donated by the Council for the Dade County
Fester Family Group Home Program, Mrs. Pritcher ex-
plained, is part of the funds raised this year at the Council's
spring fashion and child care luncheons. The money gives
this community the necessary 25 percent to match a na-
tional LEAA grant for purchase of an additional ten foster
home beds for troubled youth.
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*Jewist< ncrHicir
Friday, April 26, 1974
Me is a good Temple member, lives an exemplary life, is a devoted husband and father.
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
not be forgotten. By planning ahead, decisions can be made
calmly. They can be made without emotional pressure.
They can be made wisely, and they can be made together
as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
your family, we urge you to do so now. In this way, you
can be certain that your family will not suffer needlessly.
we mviTt roo ro sit owr monzi memorials by gouham
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Fridrrv, April 2G, 1974
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;
lessman bill Gunter (C-Fla.), recently participated in
nsw building dedication ceremonies for Congregation
Ohav Shalom in Orlando, giving the dedicatory speech
man Gunter (right) joined with Rabbi Rudolph Ad-
ler, .lait' spiritual leader of Congregation Chev Shalom;
Julius Haberrr.an, congregation president; Rabbi Sol Lan-
dau Congregation 3eh David in Miami, and other Orlando
rabois in the dedica'io:i ceremonies for the new home of
Congregation Ohev Shalom.
Obituaries
HCFFMAH
Tl i Ima, of 8885 Bj roi \\ --.
uddi-n!-. in her
lui eeka ago For the paat
Hoffman orked
In Hi-- Miami Boa< n
The '- lah Tin niogi ai
- of America. In 1870, she
hi working force a* office
Mrs Hoffman came to he
memhi i of the Remit 11
: ff hot) worli each Jnnu-
!'. bru -rs s as pointed to-
's annual .-- .-
c', nvi cation, held fn m <, | .
T. nv V Kr> *" i'1
v :i. Beach and it Con \ oca i Ion
held traditlonall} in the
m it Hotel, Holly\ ...,] gi
wcrked thla Past winter on the
Semlnan i '"-rh annual twin event
hen Mn Hooffman wn* known to
of ihi dignitaries rabbis,
nally prominent toymen and
la who vlalted the
Seminary office, Bhe i. survived by
her husband .. retired drurglst, and
I" Burton i Hoffman, a
dentist, of Calgary Albejrta. Canada
marcadis. Solomon, .'-'. of I'em-
hroke Pines. Gordon
WEISS. V.ita, i-f LsUtderdale Luke*.
I rift
wacker. 'lu*.".- vi. Riverside,
Intermi i I Mi Nebn
ZABEL. Mav. 72. Interment Mi
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GRUTMAN. -inni- K. 71. River.
- -! In:, -m- nl Ml Neb,
ECRDIN Pauline T. RlveTSlde.
Inte' men! Mt Veho
BPOWN. Anne. 71. Riverside
Intei men! Mt Nebo
Barschi. Mary, 71, RlveraW*
'?)- -m. nl Mt Nebo
FRIEDMAN. Sophie 7.1. Riverside.
tnlermenl Ml Vebo
BROWN. Bll*sbetl. TS, Levitt
'' nt .Mt Nebo
ROGERS. Roy, 72, of Mi.itnl.
DUGOW, Ida, 84, of Miami Bea h.
lcpiv Maxwell i: 74, of Holly-
wood Riven Ide
PLESUR. Levitt Interimnt Mt.
.
Schwartz. Adeline Cookie." -t.
Harbot Island, !\ewman.
SCHOSKEiM. [r Ing. 7" N -rili
'' at Bea< n. Riverside.
EERGER. Max, 88, of Miami.
Levitt
COWfiTT, Edward Morton, 44. of
' Rlverildi Int, mi ..
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DP'JC-.ER. Sadh 78, of North
M i ( 1- rdoil
FINKELSTKIN, Joseph, --f Miami

FPAMCKE. Sadie, :.".. of Miami
Hi h, iordon
GOLDSTE N. Barnett, 71. of Miami
'::> side.
schlesinger. Samuel H 77. of
Miami !' ralde int. rment
Ml N'ebo
SEL7FR. Na hail. Of So. Miami
. evltt
SlEGEL. Harold, Gordon
SLOTE. Loui", 77. .-I Miami Beach.
Rlvi raid* Int. rment Mt Nebo
COLEMAN, l-OUls. 1!>. of Miami
Beai h. N. man
kat7 >">hIi I -1. Miami ii' acn,
s'de. __________
UOAl NOTCE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of THE BCFFBT PKI I at Ms Alton
IU>ail Miami Beach, Florida Intends
I-- register said num.- with the C'e'h
of the Circuit Court of Pail. County,
Florida
1 oils WOLLMAN
George Gilbert
Attorney for i >w per
Oni I in-"In Road Ituildim?
Miami Pea- h, Florida
4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HKHKHV GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrinc to ntatre
in huslneae under the fictitloiiB name
if p AKCO (Wholesale A- Retail
H'mr-iiiE ft liefriireratioii.s Parts ft
Buppllesl at SS N W 21at Avenue, Ml-
I ami, Intends to reclster said name
I With ,.- Clerk of ih.. Circuit Court
. i i ,' 'inly. Florida _
ANTONIO M AHMPNTKi.'-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
tNO PROPEMTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
r- flr>'nM NO 74-ti?nt
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
l.\ UK: Thi Marriage "i
Ml HAPD !: I' \i i IR III.
llii-i ind,
and
01 IHI. TAYl "It.
VV '
Tt>: MRS. DIN Ml i. TAT1 I IR
Kouti I Iteraberg
Ri id
340
i lagert low n, Man I nd :
VI >! Mi: HKKEBi "TIFIED
i n f Mar.
riiit-e hn been filed ou and
iuii -l tn servi ropj -
ir v. rll to II
fur Pi
i. w ;-' !:>
SCHEINBKKd, P A i
I, Miami ileaeh. Florida
l original with the
p styled i
\i. '.. |74: otherv ii de-
fault ill be 'in- a '
niiii-!- -i in ii complaint

-i ,,u be published once
h 111 wutlve Cl ks
i THE JEWISH PI I iRIPIAN.
V\ |TN i !SS m; hand and th.
. nurl at Miami, P nrlda on
of Api 'i i''"1
F CHARD P. BRINK ER
As Clerk. C cull C iui I
1,. |, i u r lorlda
nv i. sneehex
.\s i -. pul l.-i'k
ult Courl
KW1TNEY, KR.....' &
SCHEINRERG. P A,
B\ r.MI. KW 1TNET
I2fl l Incoln Road Suite 513
. h, Florida 8J139
5-7573 ,
Attorneys for Petitioner _
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE j
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 74.1B41
.1. GYVYNN PARKER
in UK Estate of
r.ERSON STI INK
dei -
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cn dlti n and All r
- -. mi 01 I mauds Again*!
V u ai I" '' hy notlfli -l and re-
I any clalmr ai ni
whirl you ma hiv.
| GRRSON STONE de-
reared lati ol Dadi Count>. I
o ihe Circuit Judges of Dade Countv.
and file the same In dui'loate and as
provided in Section 7 1 Florida
I Statutes, in their offices In tl-e Coun-
ty rourthouse in Pnde < ounty Flor-
Ida. within four onlen.lav monihs fr- m
the time of th. first publication h.re-
,. r the same wUlhe,barred
piled at Miami. Horida. tins _4in
A- nvrriltor
LEGAL NOTICE
'E CIRCU'T COURT OF the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 74.2051
i'. PARKER)
h
I i i .-rssi.
.
NOTICE TO CRED'TORS
To All Creillloi
L)i
ti :
"i n
.....
U
nf AIFRI
,.,-. ,i ]. of l inde Ci hi
lo the Circuit Ji Countv
1
- .. B. Hot

II
WEISSHERG.
\. Imli iral
t pul 'hlf ":' '
HARRIS ti BIRHIN f\
>tti.ri
\i n | a
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FCR
DADF COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-497
In RE I
will.'AM HER s-:':i\-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All and All Pi
Ing 'lailli- ni 1 : I I
You are
qulri .1 i" o' -
maud
the i f W1I.1 1AM HI
le ol i >. d
mt Judge -
! flli ih. Kami
Florida Si tuti n their ol
ih. Dad i 'i lurthou
i' .i,

publication In n if or
!
! N I.EI.flll'K
MAX ill .'-.N-' K
As Exi i'
ublical i
i" ,
huk
Attorm \ for Exi utors ..
inoi S i
North .Mi.nni Florida
4 19-21

mi
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 74-11076
ACT ON FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
iv !!- THE MARRIAGE OF.
vmV':' MORALES, HERNANDEZ.
Petll
iA^ANTONIO HERNANDEZ.
Respondent, iv,_,4..,l.
-,-,,. WII.I.IAM ANTONIO
HERNANDEZ
i rose Avenue
TOV^A^Se^EBY NOTrFTED
:arrnWTgair
requlr. I l" erv( a
'i
torneys for Petllloner hose mr
r"8.w s.. Sii >";;
" m" o '
J,!"1,,'';'!; ,.:"a default will be -
each week fo', .,''' ,.,,u \ v
a- Clerk, Circuit < purt
,,. iunty. Florida
bj p i *rit*>N
As peonty I lerK
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-2385
In RE: Esta
HARi ILD M HINDS
deci
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cn diton ind All Pi iv-
ini; claims or Demands I
Estate:
you are i ri re-
quired i" preaenl any claim* ind de-
in.ii.-is iii. h you may have aga i I
the estate of HAROLD M HINDS
deceased late of D I Florida,
,.. ,. i 'ounty.
i .,:. and
is pn.vided In Hectli
Statutei in ii- In the C
Dad. t'ou da,
m ,i months from Ihe
i ,. of the first hi i eof,
or the siime w il hi bai red.
at Miami 1-" l"'th
das ol April, A 11 1974
.1. ISEPH ACITO
A Adi ilnlstrator
l-"n -i i ublii -i Ion of thi* in- -i
the 19th day ol Ann'. 1974
H ISEPH W MAI KK P.-i|
Attorney for Administrator
",:,.i Uncoln Ri id Bulti '."1
i a _!
fCIri int C9rt.S??,i ipcon
First publication of this
,he 26th day of Amll ;|'i.4
MYERS KAPI-AN P I TKR.
I E\ I.NSON \- M.MN
AI torneys for Kxe.-utor
1421 Briokell Avenue. Miami. YU
notice on Attorney'for Petitioner :110..T
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'C'AI r'^'',T
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
PROBATE t V SION
PROBATE NO. 74-JS08
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
in RE: Batate of
III \ x P APPEU
*'"NOTICE TO CREDITORS
DADE COUNTY.
PROBATE O'VIS'ON
PROBATE NO. 7*-;01*
I, RE Kstat. o,IVlll.i^ ',
HOCKEY, a/k a ^]'_V J
nu i ivn w w..^-^--------.....
-,-,, m, Creditors and All Persons Hay-
,,,,.. la,ms or Demands Against Said
3-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring
i bualness ander th....."'; :. ,...'.
f PIVEWOOD HOMES at 101M S.w
!,!nV,',a,i. Miami. Florida SII56 In-
tends to red lei aaW name a tl -
ci.-rk of ihe Circuit onrt ol Daai
County- Waro jduao
Wolf S' honlnger, P A
Attorn.-\ for Anolii'snt
Suite : Dadetand Towers
di and BWd
Miami Floi a 33151 3-10-17
tig
Estati : ,
You are herew
nulred to present an>
man-f ln,)i -um; I'-
ll -'.:. of 1 'N
!""N0TicENT0'cED,T0RS .....
M cSSK Smamfi SS
^You Me'htrehy notified and re-
in-md- ht.-b v,.u h.y. ^
.rn0d7:%-cTl,
.gainst file the megpJ.nlonw 73s 1 ***
deceased lat 1 Dade ; ounty.
,, -,, the Circuit Judges ol Dad
... and as provided m >>""
mn\\ County C-ourthousi
AP''!"I. |.-
1-1- r-
S^u'.'e's*. in'thriV o ?*
HEBREW EDUCATORS ALLIANCE
Extends Deepest Sympathy to their President
ZAHAVA SUKENIK
Upon the Passing of her Beloved Father
RABBI JOSEPH SEGAL
in Israel
GLADYS DIAMOND SHOLEM EPELBAUM
Vice-President Vice-President
",%tay you fce eomforfed" amono fe Mourneri
of Zioa and Itrwtaltm"
\. Executor
..,. .,- ,.. this notice
Miami Beach Florida M139 g ^ ^
* FLDARDDEAcduNNATNYP FB
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-2543
'\brahamVerbi 1 ; > goss
, ABRAHAM M OROSS
a k a \ H Gross
d,N0T1C TO CREDITORS
-.-. Ku Creditors .....1 All Persons
Having Claima or Demands Again
gald Estate:
\
, ., 1 incoln H
Miami Beach, Florida
NQTirc OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF Fl OP'OA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. __
CIVIL ACTION NO 74.10">1
ACTION FOR rtlSSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The marriage 0/
run IP nashkix. Hush
MOI.l V VASIIK1N W
TO: Moll} Sashkln
, ,, p- Joseph Fogel
Moshav Av Ii iiial
TOl^ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar.
:l," hereby notified and re- rlag. has 1.....1 Hied au-ams, you and
.-1...........1... you are r. quired to serve a POP! Of
vow written defense*, if any. to It
, n Howard li Hlrach, attorney for
Petitioner whose address Is Bum -k.
4..; I Incoln Road Miami Reach Fwr-
10! and file 'he original with im
,-1,-rk of the ai- v. at vied courl on
or before Tune 3. v.74 otherv
default iil be entered against you
for the rel'ef lemanded In the com-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CASE NO. 74.10904
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
IN RK THE MARR1AOR i'F
TKI> Wli LIAM ARVIDSON,
Husband- r. tltlom r,
and.
JEAN A ARVIDSON.
Wife- Respondi i I
NOTICE OF ACTION PROPERTY
TOD: Mrs .lean A Arvi-1- 11. I6K71
Tudor Drive. <>ak Forest. Illinois, are
hereby notified that a petition for
marriage dissolution and tor a BOe-
rlal Kquitv apainst your title, rurht
and Interest in and to the following
proper! v:
lot it in Block of Hollywood
'Heights Estates So J, 1....."r,'l"c
to the plat thereof as recorded
in l"al Book < Page |f lh"
PuMie Records .' Broward roun-
u Kionda. anpurtenanees and
Improvements thereon, and all of
the chattels and personal property
ilso knov
Wllcj Street. Hollywood,
|.a's'"i'i!''n filed ai "' If Wj
10.....leresl In tl d >ve real estate
f, he pr-------led ,ha
, m:,v he awarded 10 the petit
and? 'you are iherefon reo'ilred to
!',. npy at written de-
. lf :,v. to the petition and
Avon", Mian, Florida bin 'r-
. .,......- attJirney or
'" ,, ,1,..,. ifter otherwise a
..' ,.. enterS against
':'''*,', ., "IW ,.,i,a,ded in -he
'"'".....R1CHAPD P nPINKER
, u 11 .' mn lerk
Ri c P rowi'VD nP.)Ml
-KS to nrewnrVy ctalms and dc-
"""'; JruRahamTbrrert
, .... of Mn Ml \M III-1^1
DROSS .1 a M'K MIAM H_ Wfl -
S .v 11 ORO88 deceased late r
n.de -i.n^. Florida, w the "
*&&&&*
s'!, .s in their offices in the roun- ,r ,.. ,.,-.
',,' ..nhou-e iii Dade County, Hr- plaint or petition.
I?K wHhVrif'-ur alendar months from P Thl!. ,,i,, shall he pMUM once
'- .' ,. "f the first publication here- I ,, ,, >. mm ......- weeks
;,, .'. ,1 ,nm will he barred
Filed at Miami, Florida, this
,1 ,v 01 ii."i '""4
MORTON IIITTKKMAX
ARJ ENE OFTTERMAN
a- Executors
- torn, > for B-lat. : I. 7 in Mr Road. ,,,""r.', .,. ,, r PaUtloner
Miami Puuh. Florida ., g/J Attorney #/
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
nuth'i: is HEREP-i orV'EN that
bv virtue of I'll.mi- r 67S Stat-
ute, \ 1, not,, led 1 rHU Warehouseman
,.l War housi Receints Whi re n AB-
i:i,t MOVINO A STI iRAOE CO., a
|-1, Ida corporation by virtu, of its
Mar. in.use lien has in iis possession
the following described property
I'sed Household goods as the propertj
E ROBERTS, whose last known
address was P. O. B. N "' Na-
.;,u Bahamas sod that on the i.m
,., mux "74 daring the legal
h.-urs -.f -ai.- mainly between u M
tore".....1 "" ^" j" "'" ttSSSSf
,, !1U N W Mth w. .me. Miami.
Florida the und.r-ii.-ned shall offer for
,;l,,. ,,. the hlgheat bleWer for .ash
, hand the above dencribed propert]
Dated hi Miami. Florida, th
das of April. I74, .,, ,
:4th
4/2i
n THE JEWISH F1 ORIP1AN
WITNESS my hand ami Ih.- seal of
. 1 ...iri at ^,' >ml Fli 1 ids on this
17-.ll il.n of Anvil. IM4.
RICHARD P DRINKER
A. ,;, -I,. Clrctl ''irt
Pade Count'' '"o-'da
11, 1 svi 'EN
5/J-10-17
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY illVKN that
thJ ,,,,. rsiK.-d. *gS&lm1S2
, buslnew. under the th "^"SKMA.
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Full Text
April 26, 1974
*Jenist n^radlHiir
Pace 15-A
eport Pentagon Lobbying Jewish Leaders
5HINGTON American
leaders arc being sought
enlist their support for. a
defense-spending budget.
jrding to Saul Friedman, of
kiaini Herald Bureau here,
leaders are being lobbied
okesmen for the Pentagon
(rily on the basis that Amer-
. i ;,i Israel during the Yom
War was both forthright
[ ediate despite the fact
met with opposition by the
Union and the Arab na-
AIMTIONALLY, declared
(man, 'The Jewish commu-
I,, generally liberal" and has
repealed increases in
pending."
American aid to Israel
C_ the Yom Kippur War may
Kinte of that,
'has long been repotted that
retarv of State Henry Kissin-
ger met several times during the
past few months with Jewish
leaders.
IT IS reliably reported that
one of these meetings took place
at Key Biscayne during one of
President Nixon's stays in Miami.
A major lobbyist for tht- Pen-
tagon, according to Friedman, is
Adm. Elmo R. Zumwalt. Jr., out-
chief of naval operations.
Both Zumwalt and Dr. Kissin-
ger are supposed to have remind-
ed Jewish leaders recently of the
importance of "an adequate
American defense posture," par-
ticularly in the face of Israel's
future military needs.
FRIEDMAN NOTES in his
Herald Bureau report that in
March Zumwalt met with a dozen
leaders of Jewish civic and reli-
gious groups at his home and
argued for support of the admin-
i nation's S85.6 billion defense
budget, "especially the Navy's
part."
Singled out among leaders
were:
David M. Blumberg, of
Knoxville, Tenn.. president of
B'naj B'rith, who is supposed to
have >ent a letter to the Penta-
gon expressing concern that U.S.
;-... in the Yom Kippur
Support Univ.onDeFunis
y.TOR. The Jewish Floridian: -
i Jewish Floridian has
ous coverage to the
i| Marco DeFunis VS. the
-.ersity of Washington now
I ; -liberated in the Supreme
of the United States.
iwever, as a national vice
lent of the National Council
[ Jewish Women, who resides
- area, I would like the
Jr.'.li^e of reaffirming the po=;-
taken by Council, fully real-
|zing the emotional distress and
n expressed by many
of the Jewish COtnmu-
that affirmative action may
I to a regressive adoption of
|q_.>i- based on race, religion or
II nal origin.
THE NATIONAL Council of
IJewish Women has been part of
truggle which has made it
I; lie N>r an individual to ex-
hat he will be judged on
|hii own competence, and it is
I this stance that we feel
compelled to express our concern
I' omplex human problems do
Inot always fit the neat formulae
[ we have catalogued by law.
Difficulties arise, when most of
\ %* 1
1 O js.utr you of a '
suprib social event -
Bar M.tzvah, Wedding,
Anrmersary Party,
(iala Organizational
Dinners & Luncheons.
Hans H. Ma reuse
I.ouis Witkin
Formerly the
ALGIERS CATERERS
at tlx all new
kfeloaaj
SOU 532-3311 A
Who's had more
Beautiful Affairs
than anyone
in Miami?
Call the
Catering Manager
377-1966
SlK'FHl(>n-
R>urAiiiba.Ksiuk>F*
HOI SOUTH |
I "WT .....
OUR
READERS
WRITE
"Lft Thv Words Be Brief
Koheleth (Ecclesiostes)
us who have accepted in the ab-
stract the need for certain sub-
jective considerations, then tind
these abstractions colliding with
our own family goals.
In the opinion of Nt JW. and
the Social Action Commission of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, the case is not
an i^sue of quota. The issue in
this case is clear. Did the Uni-
versity have the light to judge
subjectively the composition of
its class?
THE FACTS of the case, in our
opinion, belie that DeFunis was
rejected solely because of his
race, his religion or on the basis
of quota.
Juts as 36 blacks and Chicanos
scored lower than he in that en-
tering class, so did 38 whites.
The University, pursuant to the
sipirit of the Executive Order
11246, attempted to provide an
opportunity for young people
twho had been disadvantaged
through no fault of their own) to
begin to become constitutive
members of our society in a field
where there is a great and con-
spicuous under representation
oi minorities.
WE APPRECIATE the sensi-
tivity of this issue on which reas-
leople haw disagreed, i
is in the best traditions of Jewish
ule in America tor NCJW tc
reach out to fellow-Jews to share
our thoughts.
This is n<\ the first time, not
I'm sure the last, that ouj' senst
of justice will require that we
respectfully express a different
opinion.
MRS. AARON FARR
National Vice President,
Natl Council of Jewish Women
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
l ?m choked up with pride tc
have a mana "mensch"lik
Leo Mindlin call it as it is about
the Catholic Church and Willian
Shakespeare's "Merchant of Ven
ice."
His April 3 column in The Jew-
ish Floridian does just that.
I DARE some of the othet
media to show the Church "in th-
full panoply of its butchery and
oppression daring the MiddU
Age.-..''
Some of the "shah-shah" Jew-
need to be pushed to be proud of
their Jewish heritage.
Leo Mindlin's column ought to
be reprinted in every paper. He
generally manages to stimulate
my Jewish juices, but this one
was sup.-rb.
JACK J. RATNER
Si'tf-idc
War had diminished the nation's
stockpile of conventional weap-
ons and what that would mean
to Israel's military needs;
Ira Silverman, director of
the Institute for Jewish Policy-
Planning and Research of the
Synagogue Council of America,
who calls the Pentagon effort
"lobbying of the Jewish lobby";
Hyman Bookbinder, Wash-
ington representative of the
American Jewish Committee, who
is quoted by Friedman as declar-
ing that the Yom Kippur War
"made us realize that nuclear
confrontation is not the only way
the powers compete. And unless
the U.S. has adequate conven-
tional arms, it could be drawn
into a nuclear confrontation."

Record Number of Congressmen
WASHINGTON Some 238
essmen --43 senators and
199 representatives from 47
tales and the District of C<
bia have already accepted invita-
tions to attend functions of the
15th annual policy conference of
the American Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee to be held in
Washington on Apr. 29 and 30.
Senate Minority Leader Hugh
Scott and Sen. Lloyd Bentsen
(D., Tex.) will speak at a dinner
in honor of the Ambassador of

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*****

Simcha Dinitz on Apr. 29
celebrating Israel's 26th and
AIPA's 20th anniversary.
Speaker Carl Albert and House
Leaders Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr.
(D.. Mass.) and John J. Rhodes
. R \ ./ a I R< p. Sidney Yates
(D.. 111.) will address a luncheon
in the Rayburn Building on Apr,
30.
Humphrey at Assembly
NEW YORK U.S. Sen. Hu-
berl H. Humphrey, former vice
president of the United States,
ami Simcha Dinitz. Israel Ambas-
sador to the U.S.. will address
the National Assembly of the
Jewish National Fund on May 19
at the Waldorf Astoria.
More than 1.0(10 delegates from
all parts of the nation are ex-
pected to attend the two-day con-
vocation.
Sen. Humphrey and Ambassa-
dor Dinitz will speak ;.: the p^e-
nar session.
Ambassador Jacob Tsur, world
man of Ihi Jewish Nal il
Fund in Jerusakm, will ou
the plans for a I icenti i
development pi
JNF nationa: | nt, M< yer
Pesin, will deliver l
tial mi L.
Wei-man is the chairman of the
Assembly.
Robert Merrill, Metropolitan
Opera star, will perform a pro-
gram 'if operatic and litui gical
selections.
1
^S^GSr \& -SSS^
s
The Pleasure ol
vour affair is
ontaineDieau
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Friday, April 26, 1974
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Silvio Speroni (loll) and Mrs. Edward S. Srhuman
have been named cochairmen of ths Southeastern Florida
m, Women's American ORT, delegation to the Dir-
trict VI biennial convention to be held ai the Diplomat Hotel
May 2i to 23.
Mrs, Speroni. Mrs, Schuman Named
OB :tes 'o May 21 Bi nnial
...

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1 R r network of over too ..
. i : installations embrace's 22
; on ii\e continents with
an annual enrollment of 70,000
studei -
W '- American ORT is the
rting the
global network with m ire than
110.000 members in 900 chapti -
from coast-to-coast. In Dad C iun-
ty the membership is over 5.000.
neri 'an l 'RT (Or-
for
I ill g Southeasti in
Floi m ha naj i d Mrs,
Edward S. Schuman, chairman
and Mr Silvie Speroni, cochair-
nian of the Regions' delegation to
id i bieni
to N hold at the Diplomat
21-28.
District VI is t!ip next highest
Ion to the Natii na] Organ-
n a id is seated in .Miami.
Th< District will coordinate nine
states from North Carolina south
to Florida and west to Louisiana.
tern Florida is the larg-
est region in the District, and
then fi re will have the La
delegation at the convention.
Representing Southeast in Flor-
ida Region will be a delegation
of 96 led by President Mrs.
Gerald Traktman.
VOLUNTEERS HONORED
The Mental Health Association
Auxiliary will honor its volun-
teers at a luncheon Wednesd
May 8. at the Dupont Plaza Ho-
tel. Cocktails will be at 11:15 a.m.
followed by luncheon at noon.
Burdine's fashions will be shown.
The public is invited.
Mrs. Paetro Is
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* Jmisti fluridfftr
Vzqe 3-A

Sound Warning of Middle East 'Auschwitz'
By YITZHAK RABI
NEW YORK (JTA) Ray-
monds Tawil, a Palestinian ac-
tivist and journalist from Nablus
on the West Bank, claimed here
that ;ht> r";ftah organization, *a's
well as other Palestinian groups,
recognize the right of Jews in Is-
rael to 'self-determination.'' but
added, however, that the Pales-
tinian people want to restore
their lights, as well in territories
that have been part of Israel
since the creation of the state in
1948.
Addressing some 30 people at a
meeting organized by the Com-
mittee on New Alternatives in
the Middle East, Ms. Tawil spoke
emotionally about the plight of
her people "under Israeli occupa-
tion," and accused the Israeli au-
thorities of persecuting the Pal-
estinians and of "blowing up
houses and murdering innocent
people."
ACCORDING TO HER, "very
few of the Israelis want to hear
the voice of the Palestinians."
She spoke bitterly about Prime
Minister Golda Meir who, accord-
ing to Ms. Tawil, "always says
that a Palestinian people does not
exist at all."
A! one point, when she v.as de-
scribing to her audience the "per-
secution" of Palestinians by the
Israelis, she was asked by this
JTA reporter about Jews in Arab
lands who have been persecuted
for years and about the fact that
!oinc nalf-mmion Jews have left
the Arab countries without being
allowed to take their belongings
with them.
Ms. Tawil, visibly irritated by
the lemark. denied any mistreat-
ment of Jews at any time in ;he
Arab countries.
MEIR PAYIL, Moked leader
and member of the Israeli Knes-
set, who was also invited to ad-
dress the meeting, responded to
Ms. Tawii's denial by noting that
in 1941 a full-scale pogrom
against Jews took place in Iraq.
Payil and Ms. Tawil arrived
here Apr. 15 for a separate three-
wetk lecture tour across the
country. Their trip is sponsored
by the Committee on New Alter-
natives in the Mideast.
Payil, who is a historian, called
for recognition of the Palestini-
an's right to self-determination
but said at the same time that the
Palestinians on their part -
declare '.iieir recognition of the
Jewish State,
ACCORDING TO Payii. the
main problem : while the
Yom Kippu ... :- a military
victory it war. noni theless, a "po-
iitical faiiure." 'i h Israi lis, Payil
are no' aware of
aeli go'. -
. i
the ar, i of sir: te-
.."
Rel o the Kiryal
e, Ms Tawil said:
"H .- sad the hatred is
. each
ti '.- abut revenge."
She warned that If Israel in-
- its on its present policy in,
i the Palestinians then
thei Auschwitz can happen
. I don't want this to
;] ntihg out
ainsi ferae! is
thai Israel is
unded by many Arab coun-
JNF Buying Up Land
From Aral) Owners
Near Jerusalem
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
director general of the Jewish
National Fund disclosed to the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
the JNF is and has been bu
land from Arab owners on the
administered territories near Je-
rusalem and is assisting individ-
ual Jews "who wish to buy land"'
there.
According to Shimon Ben-She-
mesh. this activity of the Land
Reclamation and Development
Agency is independent of any
Cabinet resolutions and is under-
taken in the knowledge that some
of the land could conceivably be
returned to Jordan or to Pal-
estinians in the framework of
a final peace settlement.
ASKED WHAT would happen
in that eventuality, Ben-Shemesh
replied that "exchange bargains
will then take place."
He indicated that some of the
Arab owners want to sell their
lands precisely because they
think it will be returned to them
some day as a result of a politi-
cal settlement.
He said the JNF purchases
were mainly in the regions near
Bethlehem and Ramallah occu-
pied by Israel in the 1967 Six-
Day War.
HE STRESSED that these pur-
chases have nothing to do with
possible annexation of the ari as
He pointi .1 out that the JNF,
Wh eh W8 f< unded by the World
Zioni 0 nization in 1001, is
dut.' buy land for the
j h .. eo] i w lierever it can do
He sai I that in addition to the
JNF, ome Israeli citin ns and
|. ite companies are interested
in land purchases around Jeru-
sa
BEN SHEMESH also spoke of
id rehabilitat i i
lion activities through-
' which, I"1 empha
ted In close contact
Young Profess^rr;'* P'-i
Dance Party At PlflytMUM
.
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ties i
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with the Knesset's Ecology Corn-
re.
He said that Sfl parks and pub-
lic playgrounds would be op
to the public this spring, a num-
ber he maintained was iar from
the minimum needed. He said
the JNF budget foi the next fis-
cal year allocates large sums for
public recreational areas.
He said that last year, about
a half million Israeli; spent their
Passover and Independence Day
holi.lays in forests and groves
planted by the JNF.
THE JNF HAS done every-
thing in its power to improve the
quality of life by opening new
parks, enlarging existing ones,
building roads in the forests and
to them, and providing water for
drinking and swimming, building
playgrounds and camping facili-
ties." Ben Shemesh said.
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Friday, April 26, 1974
S
Tay-Sachs Blood Tests Sunday At
Beth Torah Congregation, N.M.B.
The fourth screening site for
Uu T..; 5a hs Disease Testing
will be in operation
Si ndaj Bl Beth Torah Congrega-
tion, 1051 N.E. 163rd St, North
Miami Beach, from 9:30 a.m. to
2 p.m.
The 'estingwhich consists of
a simple blood testwill be for
residents of zip code areas 33160,
33161. 33162 and 33169. and mem-
of the coordinating congrega-
tionsBeth Torah. Congregation
i Raphael. Temple Adath
Yeshurun. Temple Sinai of North
Dade. and Young Israel of Great-
er Miami.
Miami's Sachs Disease T.
Program, conducted with the C >
operation of the Greater M
jh Federation and Mount
Sinai Medical Center, is being
sponsored by the University of
Miami Department of Pedial
and the Mailman Center for Child
Development.
Tay-Sachs is an inherited ge-
netic disorder, 100 times more
common among Jewish children
than among the general popula-
tion. It causes the progressive
degeneration and destruction of
the nervous system. If both pa-
rents are carriers of the Tay-
Sachs gene, there is a 25 per cent.

i n,iji:.u, i Ml I MaVSHSSSSSSSjBVal BBwnrarr.ii "
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Tazreyah
"And the Lord spoke unto Moses, saying: Speak unto the
children of Israel, saying, if a woman conceive and bear a man-
child ." (Chapters XI1-X1II)
PURIFICATION AFTER CHLDBRTH: After childbirth, a
mother was not to enter the sanctuary for 40 days if she had
borne a son. and for 80 days if a daughter. At the termination of
these periods she brought burnt and sin offerings to the sanc-
tuary, and could then resume her normal life.
LEPROSY: Nobody suffering from leprosy was allowed to
enter the sanctuary- When, therefore a person's skin showed
symptoms resembling the early stages of the disease, he was
brou.'.'ht before the priest for examination. Should the priest,
after scrutinizing the spots or scabs, be unable to give an imme-
diate decision, the sufferer was isolated for seven days and then
reexamined. f the marks had not developed, a further confine-
ment of seven days was required. Then, provided they had still
not spiead into the skin, the priest pronounced the person con-
cerned as clean. If the contrary was the case, the priest Was
certain thai this was indeed leprosy and he pronounced him as
unclean.
A number of other suspected cases are listed together with
directions to th< priest on how to make a correct diagnosis. The
leper was sent to live outside the camp. A garment could also
become infected b;. this disease, perhaps through contact with a
leper. A similar procedure to that described above was followed.
The priest carried out certain tests and the garment was burnt
if he declared it unclean.
Metz
orah
"And the Lord spoke unto Moses, saying, This shall be tne
law of the lepei in the day of his cleansing ." Chapters XIV-
XV.
PURIFICATION OF THE LEPER: When a person was cured
of leprosy, he was first inspected by the priest outside the camp
to make sure that the recovery was complete. The elaborate
clean.-ing ceremonies which followed were spread over eight days,
on the first and last of which special rites were observed. Sacri-
fices wore offered by the priest and cedarwood and hyssop used
in the piocess of purification restoring the former leper to his
rights a< a full member of the community.
LEPROSY IN A HOUSE: This law applied to me time when
the Israelites would be settled in Canaan. A house, under sus-
picion of having contracted a form of leprosy was also brought
to the priest's attention. The symptoms of green or red hollow
shea1 s which had eaten into the fabric sufficed for the home to
be cosed for seven days. If the disease had then spread, the af-
ire
tones were removed, being replaced by nw ones. The
red and the old stones and dust thrown into
the it- if signs of the pestileno
walls, the whole building was pulled down and
tin ber and mortar thrown away in an unclean place.
had no) reappeared, purifying ceremonies were
med priest announced the hou>e as clean.
[MP1 RITIES: Certaii physical impurities ren-
lan or woman unclean, thus precluding them from, en-
> .. or touch! .: portaking of acred tin;,
lie., iga i pu ifying ceremonies were required before they re-
o mer -.'ate of ritual cleanliness,
an
!w
th<
li
per
t
chance that any child they pro-1
dure will be a Tay-Sachs child
There is no treatment or cure fo:
Tay-Sachs, and any child born -
with '.he disorder will die within
three to four years.
The results from three previous MIAMI
screening sites this year have re- a h a v a t shalok congi
a total of 23 Tay-Ss
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carriers, including one married
couple, in the Miami area. This
indicati thai of those tested, one
in 27 persons is a Tay-Sachs car-
rier.
Tay-Sachs Screening Programs
have been set up in 27 other com-
munities across the United States.
In the South Florida area it is
estimated that there are more
than 50,000 Jewish individuals of
child-bearing age. For this rea-
son, the Tay-Sachs Disease Test-
ing Program was established to
identify carriers of the disease
and provide them with genetic
counseling so that oecurences of
Tay-Sachs can be avoided alto-
gether.
Efforts are now underway to
train volunteers in the Greater
Miami area in order to speed a
community-wide educational pro-
gram on Tay-Sachs Disease. Per-
sons requesting further informa-
tion on the disease and upcom-
ing testing sites, or wishing to
become a volunteer in the Tay-
Sachs Program may telephone the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
TION. 995 SW 67th Avo. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ber Arcr. 1
ANSHE EVES. 2=3i
Conservative. Cant*
2
BETH AM (Tempi*). 5850 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert M. Baumaard. Associate Rabbi
Barry Altman. $
BETH DA VI &. 25 SW 3rd Ae.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Linson. a
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H Rothman. S
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th St. Causeway.
North Bay Village Conservat.va,
Cantor Murray Yavneh. S2-A
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Mooern Traditional. Rabnl Mflx Sha-
piro. Cantfcr Leon Seosl. Rev Alex
Stahl. Rev. Mendel Guttermar. 6
BETH TIKVA. (Reform)
set Dr.
9025 Sun-
-a
ETH TOV (Temple;. *438 SW Stfi
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Rubel. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. S
r Sol PaRcwitz' CONGREGATION. 707 5th St.. Ml.
am Beach. Orthoaox. Rabbi Moe,
decai Chaimovi'ts. -
NORTH MIAMI BfflCH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 103
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conservative,
Rabbi Miltcn Schlinsky. Cantor Ian
Alpern. SJ
AGUDAYH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center. 19258
N.E. 3rd f >t. Orthodox. 83-A
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Bracfc
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip.
sch'tz. Cantor Ja:ob B. Mendelson. 34
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Victor D
Zwelting. Canter Jack Lerner. 84
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8INAI (Temple), of NORTH DAD!
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley lantor Irving
Shulkes. 87
Friday 8:16. p.m. Saturday 10:80 n.m.
R'nai Mitzvah: Bruce Ginsberg and
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Ml-,
Aidl. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi! Itandy Stafman.
Joseph R. Narot. io
Friday p.m. Sermon: "Israels Fu-
ture and "lurs." Iurln/r the OneK
Shabbat, a Hum Sitz. featuring Irsraeli
folk songs and dance... will be held.
VKV LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 Ns)
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Do*
Bidnick officiating. 80
The screening process consists
of a brief orientation, the draw
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 28th
St. Conservative. Cantor Nathan
Parnass. 11
OR OLOM CTempie) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi David M.
Baron. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari. 13
TIFERETH ISRAEL. oaOO N. Miami
YOUNG ISIlAeL UF urt EATER Ml.
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Zalman Kossowskv. St
CORAl GABIES
JUDEA (Temple). 5560 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Michael B. Eisen.
stat. Cantor Rita Shore 44
Friday 8:1S p.m. Sermon: "It Is No
Dream." oommemoratinc Israel's In-
Ave. Con..r\at.%: Rabbi MM5i ?'RSS^.1*.!. H""?,"" }j:" m,
...service. Har Mitzvah: R.m.iM, - Klein.
PTidav 8:11 p.m. Joaepfi Montana President of Mon- > ,., ,_."_,? L
ing of a small amount of blood ;;;.. Sj SSrS l5bbT H"?" $
'Children and How the Community I Merger. Cantor Stanley R.ch. 41
Cai Help." SURfSIDl
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
and finally, consultation with
tinined specialists who will be
present at the testing sites.
ZION ,Terle). 8000 Mdler Rd. Con-
serrtive. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Helfman. 18
A'l persons living in the North
Dade- area are urged to visit the
Tay-Sachs tetsing site Sunday be men: "Sedrah i I the v. i
I een 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Quiz Box
By RABBI DR. SAMUEL J. FOX
,,i! H. >..
Arthur Naffler,
f Mr ..:.,': Mri
hiultAlt
riFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4-h a r-nservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zolondsk- 1|
What is the attitude
daism towards homo
NORTH MIAMI
9348 Harding, Ave. Orthodox. RabB\
Isaac D. Vine. Cantor Leibela
Levine. CO
fORJ LAUDERDAlt
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W,
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabhi Philip A
Labowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. 41
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Par|
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J.
Ahrams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 41
OMPANO BtACH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 6101
NW 9th St.
ude or ju. -y." ^^^^r^,^^^r^i;b^^^
OS?Xliallty? Joseph Gcrfmkel. Cantor Yehuda Cantor Yaacov Renzer
The Bible (Leviticus: 20:13
expressly prohibits homosexual-
ity and considers this relation-
ship between males as an abomi-
nation. The penalty prescribed
for such a transgression is death
The rabbis also forbid Lesbian
practices. (Sifra, Leviticus 18:3^
basing this on a Biblical statc-
Binyamin. ag
P n-. I luei' Ml
Seymour Smaller. Just returned frrm
his i th visit to Israel, "lmpri
.mil atooda of the People."
----
MIAMI BtACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
ment. Maimonides expresslv for- i BE.T.H Jacob. ?oi Washington Ave.
u:j t li._i /i r>- i_' Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
bids Lesbianism (Issure Blah ,yy. Cantor Maurice Mamchei. 19
21:8).
BETH RAPHAEL n emp'el, 154'. J
ferson Ave Conservative. Cantor
Saul Breeh. 20
Generally speaking, homosex-
uality is Considered as an unnat-
ural act. Some venture to say that beth BHOLOM jTempia). 1144 Chase
when the Bible states that hu-
man-kind was created as "male
and female." it meant to stipulate
that man was created to be a
heterosexual being. Hence any
form of homosexuality is contrary
to the nature of man and to the
role which the Almighty intended
for man to play in this matter.
Ave. Liberal. RM,bi '.eon Kronlsh
C;itor David Conviser. 21
Friday 'is p m Sermon: "Am .
yea! Hut No Despair! Evei More
Faith :tu,'. Hopi Saturday 10:45 a.m.
BETH TFIl.AH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky. j-.
SETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE-
GATION. EJ3 Meridian Ave. 22-A
m doe. Jewish tnditio^Nv^^C^R^r^r
forbitl a Jew from engaging in ai>bi Dow Ror-nmij 2-
bunting as a sport? j cl_,BA_N 8tpHA7o"irHEBREW con
A number of reasons arc ad-' Ratbi V^n^d'" #\
prohibition. Some
contend thai wounding and kill- ^on^v^e
m^' animals for sport is a matter Lahrman. Cantor Zvi Aoier. 2
of wastefulness. Since the animal Mraai-, '*
... not bein* fc lied for food, one rtKR^h?dc.A.D RaVbi^XTT
ting the life of the j. Gr0"- 2-
animal for sheer entertainment
. Pahad ^ it :hak, S.V. Tezdah).
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Rabbi K/kel Landau. lie claims
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Meridian Ave. Orthooox. p$.p
COMMUNITY
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that hunting animals for sport is 0.hodoSfibhta^bVrhlHa,cri.Awe
a rowans of being cruel to ani- "' "r M"-' Enoei. jf
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HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER,
(Conservative). 416 NE 8th Ave,
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz. Cantoi
Jacob Danzfger. 13
Pi Iday 8:15 p m Saturday 8:4; a m.
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University D-. Rabbi Max We'ti. 44
BE.T.H EL nemple). 1S51 S. 14th Ava
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 44
^rlday 8:1.r. p m. Sermon: "The Jewish
"Male Facing, New Crises." Ones
Shiihhat sponsored hy Pr. and M-s.
David Stono in honor of their ion'i
if I)r and .Mrs David Stone
Bar Mltayah Saturday li a.m. service
and Bar Mitzvah of Howard Nell, ton
BETH SHALOv. rTemple). 4M1 Ar.
thur St. Conservative. Rabbi Mor.
ton Makavsky. Cantor Irving Gold 4t
SINAI fTampla), 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi Dav.d Shapiro
Cantor Yehuda Hellbraun. .j;
'K^JH AHM. Conservative,
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to em an e his life unnecessar-
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POSSESSES KEEN AND COOL INTELLECT
Chief of Staff Gur Career Man
TEL AVIV (JTA)Israel's new Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Morde-
chai Gur is a career soldier who possesses a keen and cool intellect
that matches his proven courage and ability on the battle field.
A thinking fighter" was how his friends and colleagues in the
military summed up the new leader of Israel's Armed Forces follow-
ing his appointment as Chief of Staff.
Only 44. Gur who was born in
Jerusalem grew up in Rehovot,
has held command positions since
his early youth when he headed
the llagana Youth Battalions
(Gadna> in the Rehovot area.
THE SON and brother of Haga-
na members. Gur whose nick-
name, "Motta," has followed him
throughout his military career.
joined the Palmach. Hagana's
ni! arm in the early -
ol Israel's War for Independence
in 1948.
Wh 1.' still in officers scho il,
he was sent with a cad>1 unl to
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participate with the famed Negev
Battalion in the capture of Beer-
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Motta was a company commander
in the battalion.
WHEN PALMACH was dis-
banded shortly after the estab-
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two years with Mahal, the para
military Youth Corps, and studie.l
political science and Oriental
studies.
After completing his academic
work, he joined Israel's first unit
of paratroopers, then commanded
bj Uen. Ariel Sharon.
Gur participated in action be-
hind enemy lines and in 1996
commanded the paratroop unit
dropped behind Egyptian lines in
Central Sinai. Outnumbered by
the Egyptians, his unit held out
among the rocks and caves of the
Mitla Pass until reenforcements
arrived.
Forty Israeli soldiers died in
the battle, and Our emerged with
a reputation for courage and
brilliance.
HE WAS sent to study at the
prestigious War College in France
and on returning to Israel was
riven command of the crack
Oolani Brigade with the rank of
colonel, though only 29.
During the Six-Day War, Gur's
command was thrown into the
battle for Jerusalem. Gur's para-
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His later military career took
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and a series of senior posts, some
in the field and some behind a
desk.
HE COMMANDED the north
ern front for two years and was
then posted to the Israeli Em
bassy in Washington as military
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Our was there when the Yom I
Kippur War broke out last Oct. 6.;
In December, he was assigned
to head the Israeli delegation
that attended the brief opening
session of the Middle East peace;
conference in Geneva.
After that, he returned to his
old command on the northern,
front.
He is Israel's 10th Chief of j
Staff and the only one not to
have served first as head of the i
Operations Branch at GHQ
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A special entertainment pro j
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assisted by Edward Shapiro and
Irving Cohen.
Richard Bernard, newly elected
explted ruler will be in charge
of arrangements, and other new
officers will act as hosts for the
evening.
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