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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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Began in 1927?
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-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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"Oewish CToridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 47 Number 21
Miami, Florida Friday. May 24, 1974
Three Sections Price 25 cents
French View of Maalot
Wounded when Israeli troops stormed a school being held
by Arab terrorists, a bloodstained girl is carried to safety
in Maalot, Israel. At least 24 persons were killed in the
incident. Religion N< ws Service Photo
EXTENSION STILl POSSIBLE
Rabin Hopes For
Coalition by Fri.
4,500 INVOLVED
Doron
Assails
Syria, Iraq
Stories Untrue 8-A
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)
Ambassador Jacob Doron de-
nounced the governments of Syria
and Iraq for their treatment of
their Jewish minorities and ac-
cused the Soviet Union of apply-
ing new restriction- on Russian
Jews seeking to emigrate.
Doron spoke as an observer at
a session of the Economic and
Social Council dealing with hu-
man rights.
REVIEWING THE problems
of the Jewish community of Syr-
ia, which he said now totalled
rbout 4.500 persons, he stated
they had been for many years
'the victim of humiliating perse-
cution and oppression in every
sphere of life," including "dis-
criminatory restrictions, arbi-
Continucd on Page 7-A
By TUVIA ME.NDELSON
TEL AVIV (JTA) Labor
Party leader Yitzhak. Rabin
hopes to be able to present a
new coalition Cabinet to Presi-
dent Ephraim Katzir Friday.
But the distribution of portfo-
lios poses problems that he may
not be able to solve by then, in
which case Rabin will have to ask
the President for an additional
week's extension.
A MAJOR obstacle was over-
come when the Labor Align-
ments Central Committee voted
overwhelmingly in favor of a La-
bor coalition with the Independ-
ent Liberal Party and the Civil
Rights Party, a combination that
will give the new government
control of only 61 Knesset votes,
the slimmest majority in Israel's
history.
The door was left open for the
National Religious Party to re-
consider its refusal to join the
new coalition. But NRP leader
Yosef Burg said that he would
urge the religious party's Knes-
set faction to vote against the
Rabin government when it seeks
Knesset endorsement.
Rabin meanwhile must decide
whom to give the key posts of
defense, finance and foreign af-
fairs in his new Cabinet.
FINANCE MINISTER Pinhas
Continued on Page 13A
Differs With Peres
Chronology of Massacre 8-A
Conditions for Israeli Withdrawals 11 A
Kissinger Enraged by Maalot L2-A
On Verge of Diplomatic Coup? 15-A
Miami Joins Mourning ... IB
TEL AVIV (JTA) French Ambassador Jean ave an
account of the events in Maalot which differs sharp y offi-
cial version given by Information Minister Shimon Here- ;,: g news
conference and by Premier Golda Meir ill her radio and
address.
The Frencti envoys account,
contained in an interview pub-
lished in Yediot Achronot May
16. was corroborated in part by
a Foreign Ministry document re-
leased on May 15 containing a
chronological summary of the
diplomatic contacts aimed at sav-
ing the Maalot hostages.
THE DISCREPANCIES be-
tween Hurly's account and the
official Israeli version related to
the ambassador's role in dealings
with the terrorists and a mysteri-
ous code word with which the
ambassador was to identify him-
self to the terrorists which never
arrived.
The Foreign Ministry docu-
ment, however, confirmed the
role assigned to the Rumanian
Ambassador as stated in the gov-
ernment's account.
Hurly told Yediot Achronot
that he was not supposed to han-
dle negotiations with the terror-
ists but to serve as their hostage
until Israel carried out their de-
mand to free 20 imprisoned ter-
rorists and fly them out of the
country.
HE SAID the code word was
supposed to reach him from Da-
mascus only after the freed ter-
rorists were safely landed in the
Syrian capital. According to
Peres, the code word was to sig-
nal that Israel was about to carry-
out the terrorists' demr.nds and
the simultaneous release of the
hostages.
AS THE terrorists' 6 p.m.
deadline approached and the
code word had still not arrived.
Israeli authoiities decided to
storm the Maalot school building
in an effoit to save the hostages.
Premier Meir said the authori-
ties were convinced that the ter-
rorists would not extend their
deadline and would carry' out
their threat to blow up the
building.
HURLY SAID soldiers in Maa-
( ontimie.l on Pajje 9-A
SWIFT AND FIERCE RETALIATION
Israeli Jets Launching
Raids on Terror Sites
TEL AVIV(JTA)Israeli Air
Force jets attacked terrorist
strongholds in Ywthern Lebanon
on May 16. The attacks were car-
ried out in two wavesand seven
target areas were hit. Israel's
Chief of Staff. Lt. Gen. Modechai
Gur. said the targets included
concentrations of El Fatah head-
quarters: headquarters, workshops
and training areas of the Popular
Front for the Liberation of Pales-
tine; the PFLP-General Command
and the Popular Democratic Front
for the Liberation of Palestine.
THE TWO latter organizations
were directly responsible for the
terrorist massacre at Maalot. Gur
told newsmen that the bombing
and strafing raids could be con-
sidered retaliation for the Maalot
outrage, though he noted that Is-
raeli warplanes had been pound-
ing terrorist targets in southeast-
ern Lebanon before the Maalot
events.
He hinted at further retaliatory
acts. (Reports from Beirut claim-
ed that Israeli jets bombed and
machinegunned Palestinian refu-
gee camps at Tyre and Sidon and
severely damaged residential
blocks. Beirut claimed that civil-
ian casualties were high. Accord-
ing to one source in Lebanon, as
many as 100 were killed or
wounded The Beirut report said
anti-aircraft fire was directed
against the Israeli raiders.)
ISRAEL reported that all of
its aircraft returned safely to
their bases. Gur said, "No doubt
the horror of Maalot May 16 help-
Continued on Page 8 A
LIVING IN PEACEFUL LONG ISLAND SPLENDOR
SHIMON PtKSS
another story
AFTER SHEMONA
Carnage
In Galilee
School
By TUVIA MENDELSON
MAALOT (JTA) Israel
buried the victims of the Maalot
massacre on May 16 as the en-
tire northern area of the coun-
try was placed on alert against
further terrorist outrages.
The 20 teen-age students slain
May 15 in the Netiv Meir school
building in Maalot were laid to
rest near the graves of other
youthful terrorist victimsthe
children murdered in a school
bus ambush at Avivim three
years ago.
THE THREE members of the
Cohen family murdered in Maa-
lot and a soldier killed in the
assault on the terrorist-held
school building were buried in
separate jraves. Collective fu-
tontinued on Pane 2-A
J^lacL jLtaJcr
In this issue. Black leader
Bayard Rustin discusses a
Black man- view of Israel
and the Middle East. Read
Rustic's "The Justice of Is-
rael," Page 2-C.
i
Nazi Collaborator Reported in Mineola
JACOB DOKON
rapt Soviets
NEW YORK(JTA)Metropolitan area survivors of the Riga
Ghetto announced here that they would hold a demonstration tomor-
row in Mineola, N.Y., in front of the home of Boleslav Maikowskis
who has been identified by the survivors as a Latvian who collaborated
with the Nazis in his native country during World War II.
According to one of the parti-
cipants in the demonstration, m the mid-1960s as a mass mur-
Maikowskis was sentenced to derer '
death in absentia by a Riga court E INFORMANT said he was
chief of the security police in
Riga and that his name is cur-
rently on the list of the U.S. Im-
migration Service as one of the
33 persons suspected or accused
of war crimes now living in this
country.
Last month, the U.S. Immigra-
tion commissioner, Gen. Leonard
Chapman Jr.. to'.d an audienc" of
survivors of Nazi mass murders
that the U.S. Immigration and
Naturalization Service was con-
ducting "full-scale and compre-
hensive investigations" on 33 such
individuals.
Chapman, who made this state-
Continued on Page 9-A


Pa.
a Page 2-A
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Friday. May 24, 1974
Carnage in a Galilee School
fco
Continued from Page 1-A
neral services, with Israel's chief
rabbinate officiating, began at
4 p.m. local time in Safad, home
of most of the victims.
More than 10,000 persons con-
verged on the tiny mountain
hamlet in central Galilee, turn-
ing what is normally a peaceiul
resort town favored by artists
and writers into a sea of fury
and seething emotions. Cries for
vengeance and death to terror
ists rang out over the anguished
weeping and the chanted pray-
ers for the dead.
PRESIDENT Ephraim K
and Deputy Premier Ylgal Al-
len, representing the la
government and people at the
funeral, were unable to
plete their addresses. As erowds
surged forward, the Chief of
Mate and Deput) Premier were
forced to leave the scene
hind cordons of police and se
cunty men.
As the nation was plun
into mourning in the aftermath
ol the worst terrorist outrage in
Israel's Dietary, diplomatic ef-
forts went mi to reach an Is
raeli Syrian d! icr.'
agreement, Secretary of State
Henry A Kissinger, who can
celled his trip to Damascus Ma)
13 because of the events at
Maalot. flew to the Syrian capi
tal May 16.
Despite the fierce anger and
bitterness engendered by Mas
lot. Israel insisted that disen
gagement diplomacy be con
tinued if only to foil the ter-
rorists' intended aim of sabotag
ing the peace moves.
THROUGHOUT the country
shocked and stunned citizen!
piecing together the reports of
the tragic events were asking
why the school building in
Maalot was left unguarded even
though security authorities knew
that terrorists had infiltrated
Israel and were in the vicinity,
why the youngsters were per-
mitted to take their campin:
trip close to the Lebanese bor-
der at a time when terrorist acts
were expected in connection
with the 26th anniversary of Is-
rael's independence, and wheth-
er the frontal assault on the
school building was the right
way or the only way to try to
save the hostages.
Premier Golda Meir refuse
to comment when she was aske
bluntly on a television inter
view whether there had bee-
no way to avoid the tragedy a
Maalot.
Reports appearing in th>
press said thit the youns earn-
ers from Safad in fact had been
stopped by a military un
day before they arrived ir
Maalot and warned that ten
i-ts were in the vicinity. The-
were stopped at th Abdo'
Bridge In West-rn Galilee
one of the teachers accompany
ins; theni, Jos*f Amar, telei
'I authoi:- i In Van iriya t
ask if the rest of the trir
shouldn't be c
ACCORDING to the newspa
Dcr account:, the teach"-
he w,.- instructe I nol to i
the trip hut to shortei ;:
said he acted in accord
hia I" itructi ins to spen : th
li as thin 10 miles
border,
Israeli Polii 1 R .
solio appointed a
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ing to police involvement in the
Maalot events. Specifically, the
committee was ordered to deter-
mine whether police approval
had been given for the camping
trip.
The alert in northern Israel
was called May 16 on the basil
Maalot
Israels
Fault
NEW YORK The New-
York Tines reported here
Tuesday that Nayef Hawat-
meh has blamed the Maalot
massacre on Israeli leaders
who played with the fate oi
P0 hostages"
Hawi eader of the
Ilia force who attacked
the school, said that the
ajue rillas would never have
killed any of the children if
only the Israelis freed the
prisoners being held li
tad fo: terrorist activity.
"HE TOLD the Rumanian
foreign minister that we
would give the code word
for release of the hostages
as soon as we had word that
the airplane carrying the
prisoners we wanted releas-
ed had entered Cyprus air-
space." Hawatmeh said.
Because Israel attacked
the school and killed the
terrorists, 27 children were
killed and 70 injured.
"This attitude of the Is-
raeli generals is the summit
of unreasonableness," Ha-
watmeh said.
of reports that more terrorists
had infiltrated and were head-
ed for Kiryat Shemona. scene
of a massacre last month that
took 18 lives.
IT WAS reported later, how
ever, that the tracks found near
Kiryat Shemona were made by-
Israeli soldiers. A small diary
was found in the bullet-scarred,
blood-stained school building in
Maalot. Its owner was unknown.
but was probably one of the
children who died. It was writ-
ten in a childish scrawl on pages
torn out of an exercise book
and recounted hour by hour the
happenings of the tragic day.
The last entry, timed at just
after 5 p.m. said: -Everything
is so quiet. I think it's almost
time now. and soon we will be
tree." There was no signature.
just a larse blot of blond smear-
ing the bottom of the pag
The tragic event in which at
least 21 teen-aged school chil-
dren were killed and 70 were
wounded in Maalot began when
they were seized as hostages f->:
more than 12 hours by thre<
armed Arab terrorists. The ter-
rorist were a'.-o slain when Is
raeli troops stormed the build
ing.
PREMIER MEIR mnou:
the tragic toll to a stu
shocked nation in a ra lie
television broadcast. Accor
to Mrs. Meir. the terrorits \
ploded grenades befori the Is
raeli soldiers entered the build
ing. One susvh r said later th M
they had p< a I fire on the
children trying to escape. The
wound? "ere rushed to hosi -
til- in Narahiya, Sated and
Haifa.
WHEN" NEWS of the Maalot
outrage first broke here, U S
Secretary of State Henry x
Kissinger cancelled hi-; ached
tiled trip to Damascus on Ma>
IS for continued disengagement
t-ilks with Syrian Presiden"
Hafez Assad.
A statement released in Kis
singer's name expressed "shoe'
and outrage" at the terrorist-;'
acts and said "Our hearts sr
out to the families (of the
hostages) an dto all of Israel."
The Pomilar Democratic Fron*
for the Liberation of Palatine
a terrorist group headed by
Nayef Hawatmeh. claimd credi*
for the outrage in a statement
issued in Beirut.
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Friday, May 24, 1974
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Page 3-A
f
News Media Claim Support
Of Nixon (Expletive Deletes)
NEW YORK '.TTA1Two news me'rJia claimed over the v.
**6"to r) frf>m : >\lA%i*of rM)0*s
Picsident Nixon used anti-Semi;. and other ethnic epithets
during private conversations witl ..lit n February and March, 1373.
Tne New York Times laid : q ith( t, "Jew boy.'" was lued sev-
eral times by Nixon in taped conversations with John W, Dean on
Feb. 28 and Mar. 20. and that Nixon also referred to 'those Jews"
in the U.S. Attorney's Office in Washington and accused Jews In
government of leaking material to "Jewish liberals'' .n the media.
CBS-TV news broadcast a report that anti-Semitic mark.s by
President Nixon were among comments deleted Irom transcriptions
of his taped Watergate conversations.
The report was by CBS correspondent Fred Graham who quoted
an "authoritative source" as saying that Nixon referred tx> Daniel
Ellsberg as a "Jew boy." CBS deleted the Graham report from sub-
sequent newscasts.
According to CBS officials, it was withdrawn after White House
Chief of Staff Alexander Haig told the network that special Water-
gate prosecutor Leon Jaworski had said the tapes did not contain
what Graham said they had.
II S. Attorney's Office" and spe-
led a complair.t by
i in "about the difficulty of
'sitting down there with a bunch
of Jew-'
According to the Times, Nixon
referred to Judge John J. Sirica,
former Chief Judge of the U.S.
District Court in Washington, as
A CBS source told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that Graham
was checking out his report and
that his findings would be broad-
cast on a later program.
CBS said it pulled the story
because Jaworskj could not be
reached for comment.
A statement by Fred J. Buz-
hardt, counsel to the President,
issued in Stillwater, Okla.. where
Nixon was on a speaking engage-
ment, asserted: "The tapes of re-
corded conversations do not con-
tain racial slurs by the President.
"1 have listened to them a
number of times and know this
to be a fact. The allegations by
The New York Tunes that the
i ........ used the reference
\):\\ boys' i- just not true, it ..-
a fabrication unfounded and
malicious."
THE FIRST allegation that
Nixon used the term "Jew boy"
in his private conversations in
the Oval Office was made two
weeks ago by syndicated Wash-
ington columnist Robert Novak,
who was a panelist on a national
network television interview pro
gram.
The Times said it had conduct-
ed an inquiry into "rumors
spreading through Washington"
that Nixon had used racial epi-
thets.
The Times said such epithet?
in tape recordings the
White House turned over early
this year to Judge Lee P. Ga-
State Dep't. Sorry
For Stand Syria's
Jews Internal Issue
Offer of Haven Made .Page 11-A
WASHINGTON(JTA)The State Department has offered
what was a virtual apology for an official letter stating that the
plight of Jews in Syria was "an internal Syrian matter" and sti >sed
that this was not American policy.
Department spokesman Paul Hare, replying to questions bv the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, confirmed that such a letter had b-.-en
Circulated by the Slate Department in response to public inn ries
on the subject of Syrian Jews, but said it has since been re iced
by another letter.
"OUR VIEW, which is reflected
in the current letter replying to
queries in this subject, is that
we are concerned about the fate
of the Jewish community in
Syria," and "we have made re-
peated and vigorous efforts at
high level to help these people,"
Hare said.
He added that "a peaceful solu-
tion to the eurrent Middle East
crisis offers the Syrian Jewish
communitv the best opportunity
to lead the kind of life free from
restriction- and intimidation to
which th- U.S. believes everyone
is entitl"d "
Hare c""ld not say how long
the oriP:"^'. letter had been in
circulat on but believed it was
only for "a short time."
He gal I Secretary of State
Henry A Kissinger did not sign
the letter nd noted that a mem-
ber of th Secretary's party cur-
rently in he Middle East had
said thai Dr. Kissinger was un-
aware of it.
STATE renartment sources
explain"! I] it letters of this kind
which nble form letters are
drafted b; he Department's pub-
lic aff 'i' in confutation
with r ble tolitical officers
but n- v on the high-
est !<
Kissin i apparently was made
aware of I '" whan a eom-
plaint in th" Israeli
parlii Urected that a
new lettej i drafted.
Th. es Amer-
ican concern with the pli <>!
Syrian Jews, according t the
State Department, although ech-
nically it continues to be in
ternal Syrian affair in th use
that the Syrians control t -it
uation.
LAST WEEK. Rabbi Isr 'il
ler. chairman of the Conf nee
of Presidents oi Major A in
Jewish Organizations sail I'el
Aviv that '"we have been ;red
by a very senior personal
the State Department t
question of Syrian Jews wi i
taken up with the Syi
every possible instance."
The U.S. has no diplor
lations with Syria.
in
lie
be
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re-
Rillarri Honored ??>
Aeademv Of Scieni
Gordon Y. Billard, a
of the board of directors
ican Savings and Loan A
tion of Florida since '
been awarded a Gold Ci
bershro to the New Y '
emy of Sciences.
Th" award is made
Unwished achievement in fos-
tering the develonme-'
ence." and is onlv fjk '
time, since the Academ'' incep-
tion in 1B17 thai Mich an
hi- b<-on tr-ido. Th" pr
was annoimeed at the
mini meetine of the 26 *
bat organization.
.:. of the i. S. District Court
in New York.;or use 111 the I
ner Attorney General John I
N. Mitchell and former Secreta:>
Maurice H. Stans
.U'CORDING TO The Times.
"one of the President's most
sharply critical remarks about
Jews in the Mitchell-Stans tapes
came during the March 20 meet-
:th Mr. Dean, all sources
agreed."
The Times said, "According tc ,
the sources, the President com-
plained to Mr. Dean that "those I
Jew boys (in the Security and
Exchange Commission investiga- '
tion of Robert L. Vesco) are all
over everybody. You cant stop !
them!"
The Times reported further
that according to its sources,
Nixon referred to three prose-
cutors in the U.S. Attorney's Of-
fice in Washington as "those
Jews down there."
THE REFERENCES were to I
Earl J. Silbert, Seymour Glanzer |
and Donald E. Campbell. Silbert j
and Glanzer are Jewish. Camp-
bell is a Presbyterian, the Times J
reported.
The source, according to the !
Times, said Nixon talked about
"stopping those Jews over in the '
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Maalot Changes the Picture
The spiraling violence in the Middle East is cause for
concern particularly now that the Syrians seem to be join-
ing the Egyptians in setting the stage for peace talks.
What will presumably grow out of an Israeli-Arab
meeting in Geneva, at least that is what Secretary of State
Henry Kissinger seems to have been working for, is some
sort of accord by which the Arabs are prepared finally to
accept the national integrity of Israel for still-to-be nego-
tiated territorial concessions from the Israelis.
But the Maalot massacre is an Arab statement that
whatever develops in Geneva will be unacceptable. The
terrorists are saying that any state-to-state discussions be-
tween Israel on the one hand and the Egyptians and Syr-
ians on the other are beside the point.
Israel's Being Inadmissible
What the terrorists are saying is that no discussions,
no negotiations are possible until there is a settlement of
the "Palestinian problem."
Essentially, that means the dissolution of Israel, be-
cause the Palestinian problem is no longer, in Arab par-
lance, a return of the West Bank to Jordan.
In Arab parlance, it is the establishment of a Pales-
tinian state whose spokesmen, the terrorists, have al-
ready set themselves up not only as the enemies of Israel
but of Jordan, as well a Palestinian state within whose
hegemony a Jewish state is frankly being declared im-
possible, no less than inadmissible, to them.
Al' of which is especially significant because from
the foregoing one wouid be inclined to conclude that the
Egyptians and the Syrians are suddenly quite amenable
to peace, if only the terrorists could be convinced that the
Israel-Arab war is finally ending.
We See Geneva a Joke
But Egypt's Foreign Minister Ismail Fahmi put it so
succinctly last week that we could not do a better job of
demonstrating the folly of such a conclusion.
The severity of the Maalot massacre speaks for itself.
The use of children as hostages is reprehensible beyond
the need to discuss it. The Israeli strike at terrorist en-
campments in Lebanon is something the terrorists surely
knew they would be calling down upon themselves in
return.
Still, Fahmi did what every Arab and every Arab
camp follower is doing these days and sadly, recallina
the aftermath of the Kiryat Shemona retaliatory strike, one
must here include the U.S.A.
Ignoring the provocation, Fahmi addressed himself to
Israel's outraged response, calling it an act of "flagrant
aggression on the civilian population (which) can
only have the gravest consequences" on Israel.
"The Arab world cannot stand idle before this terror-
ism," he declared, while saying nothing about the Arab
terrorist murder of children at Maalot.
What Henry Kissinger is doing ferrying back and forth
between Jerusalem and Damascus seems harder and
harder to understand. And looking into the future, we see
Geneva as a joke.
Dealing With Serpents
We are, of course, unhappy about the Soviet handling
of American tourists from South Florida on a dental con-
vention in Russia.
But what, we would like to know, were Jews doing on
a convention in the Soviet Union anyway?
What were Jews doing bringing their money and their
substance to a nation desperately searching for respect-
ability in the west?
Why should Jews want to add to Soviet respectability
under ANY circumstances, whether through tourism or
any other way?
As we say, we are unhappy that they were man-
handled. But dealing with serpents always lays one open
to snake bite.
ally clear since the opening ihot
of the Yom Kippur War and the
oil embargo launched by the
Arabs to shake up whatever feel-
ings of .friendship there,,rema.ri
ed among the western nations
toward Israel.
The embargo was an eye-op. r-
er. Europe reverted to type
damn one's neighbor; look to
one's own fences.
Except for the Dutch and the
Danes, all of Europe's govern-
ments outdid themselves to
prove to the Arabs that th.
not a single friendly feeling li ft
for the '"Zionist aggressor*"
THE MOST profound shocker
in the string of defection
Bonn. The Germans, who
the end of World War II repeal
ed y affirmed their "special ties"
to Israel, now severed then
quickly as they could.
Ex IChancellor Willy Br.
anguish that we had palled
war materiele from U.S. mi
instaliations in his count:;,
and shippeJ it off to Israel to the
detriment of German MCuritj is
already legendary.
Ditto for his refusal to permit
us to schedule airlift operations
to Israel either from or o\tr
West Germany.
FOR A leader who never tired
of affirming the "special-tie n
Israel" theme in the German or-
chestration of spiritual "Wieder-
gutmachung." that was quite a
note.
But by the eve of the sc.
ocked his regime and ton-
ed him to resign, Brandt was en
the Bonn pitching mound pci -
i the kind of nationalistic f::<'
the plate that made his
Yom Kippur War posture teem
slow stutf by comparison.
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One think- of Tragedy in terms
of Shakespeare and the oU
Greek dra I F. Scott Fitz-
d wrote "Show me a hi ro
and I will write you a tragedy."
So Ma'alot and My Lai and
Kiryat Shemona and B
hardly qualify. Nor some |
called Nabatieh in Leb
where an o d woman wept in the
rubble after the I raeli air strike,
"God, thi.- is our destiny, Tins is
our destiny."
so it IS. Several years ago, I
il K!:;.;.t Shimona. It was a
struggling community establish-
ed by Yemenite families on the
Lebanese border and had been
for years the target of terrorist
raids or shelling from the Golan
Height; when the Syrians held
that strategic height. There was
a mix of Asian and North Afri-
can families that provided an
exotic appearance that, for a vis-
itor, at first, was even more im-
pressive than the poverty that
was evident.
Nothing has changed much for
these people for all I hear: death
still strikes quickly without
warning; poverty is still their
condition. This is their destiny.
For the black writer, W.E.B. Du-
Bois. the tragedy of the age is
not that people are poor "all
men know something of poverty;
not that men are wicked who
is good? Not that men are ig-
norant what is truth? Nay,
but that men know so little of
men."
IN THE WORLD we live in.
we seem to accept if not will-
ingly the revolutionary thesis
written several years ago by the
Algerian Frant Fanon that only
violence pays. Philosopher Jean
Paul Sartre has given sanction
to the new faith, addressing him-
*
self to the Fanon ideal,
-..it-.'- that "VI lence, like Achil-
les' lance, can hi al the wounds
,; has Inficted."
Thus, itti rm and
I trikes back al those who
hai bor it* ntors Bui one
i Hannah Arendt, if
this has healed the wounds that
were inflicted. "If this we e
tiu.'.'" she ha- written even]
I be thi cure-all for most
of on
BUI Tills wisi Jewish woman
recognizer that to resort to vio
"when confronted with
outrageous evenl or condition*
i- enormously tempting because
of its inherent inmediacy and
swiftness." Thus. "Violence can
be justifiable, but it will never
be legitimate. Its justification
loses in plausibility the farther
its intended end recedes into the
future. No one questions the use
of violence in self-defense, be-
cause the danger is not only
clear but also present, and the
end justifying the means is im-
mediate."
So one philosophizes about vio-
lence while children and old peo-
ple who never had a chance in
this world lose even their oppor-
tunity to die in peace. It was
their destiny.
EVEN AS possibilities for an
end to the "formal" fighting ap-
peared good, the Palestinian
question which Israeli doves and
left-wingers have warned for
years must be settled if there is
really to be peace in the Middle
East, remains as a threat to Is-
rael's security. According to a
New York Times report from
Lebanon, guerrilla leaders have
said that the Israeli raids would
only accelerate their terror acts.
A more significant quote, how-
ever, is this:
riger mission ai I
the i attacks are two .-..
.... coin. The hi^.:.-- "
aimed at wiping
in cause, while t
: ol thi Israeli P i "
i- : i .ni the I'.
- i -." for thi
r imps where
las quartered! sure!} I
mon an terrorists,
THE words m.
mouthed by authentic Pali
;u!-. but they were cbhi i
iw. There is little. that So\ el l I Ion
thi Palestinian tenon--
cations to counter-balance I
even sabotage Henry Kiss:.
efforts at peace-making wl i
seem- to have won the sn.
of all the Arab nations and
the United States a dominant
position in this critical area if.
the world.
As the Jerusalem Post points
out. it was no coincidence that
Andrei Gromyko's visit to the
head of the Syrian state before
negotiations got under h&U aififl
found him meeting" wifh the
leader of the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization and assuring
him of Soviet support.
SO WE come back to the be-
ginning. The nature of man. ac-
cording to our historians ano
novelists, has been written in
terms of tragedy. But to the cold
geopoliticians of Foggy Bo'.tcm
and the Kremlin there art no
heroes in Ma'alot or Kiryat Shi-
mona and thus no tragedy.
As was said in another context
only a few short years ago, "War
is unhealthy for children and
other people," but it is some-
thing we pursue though we know
that revenge is ad cure for the
problem, and that our children ^
aie the ultimate victims.
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Soviets Seeking Ties to Israel-Goldmann
TEL AVIV (JTA) Dr.
Nahum Goldmann, president of
the World Jewish Congress, said
here that the Soviet Union was
interested in establishing unof-
ficial ties with Israel prior to any
peace settlement with the Arab
countries and might agree to re-
sume formal diplomatic relations
if sufficient progress toward a
Middle East peace was made at
the Geneva conference.
Dr. Goldmann. adrlr^sin" a
press conference, urged Israel to
reach a peace MCutti ihwi i'-
Arabs as soon as possible be
cause, in his view, time is work
ing in the Arabs' favor.
DR. GOLDMANN did not
name the sources of his info
mation on the alleged intentions
of the Soviet Union. He observ-
ed, however, that Moscow was in-
terested in preserving Israel's
existence to prevent the Arab
states from swinging toward the
U.S.
He said he had a standing in-
vitation to visit the USSR but
would go there only if he is as-
sured of meetings with top
Kremlin leaders and guaranteed
that his visit would lead to posi-
tive developments for Soviet
Jews.
Dr. Goldmann said the time
factor favored the Arabs because
their influence and power were
increasing, not only on the oil
level but in the economic sphere
throughout the world.
HE SAID the Arabs were in-
vesting billions of dollars in the
U.S. and Europe, have control
over large public relations of-
fices and were engaging the
services of political scientists as
advisors.
Dr. Goldmann referred to the
forthcoming Plenary Assembly
of the WJC which was to have
been held in Holland last month
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Stra tegic S tudies
Institute Eyes
October War

LONDON (JTA) In an
exhaustive report on the Yom
Kippur War released here, the
Institute of Strategic Studies
concluded that while Egypt and
Syria failed to achieve their mil-
itary goals, their surprise attack
on Israel last Oct. 6 irreversibly
altered the political and military
situation in the Middle East, in-'
creased prospects for a general
peace settlement and irrevocably
involved the two superpowers
U.S. and USSR in the fate of
the region.
The "greatest shock" of the
war, the report said, was the use
of the oil weapon by the Arabs
which produced "the most potent
sense of a new era of any event
in recent years" in sharp con-
trast to the impotence of the
League of Nations to constrain
Italy and Japan by economic
sanctions in the 1930s, and more
recently the failure of the
United Nations "to force compli-
ance on a state as weak as
Rhodesia."
THE INSTITUTE of Strategic
Studies, one of the world's most
respected and reliable bodies for
the study of war, devoted 42 out
of 102 pages in its 1973 report to
the Yom Kippur War. its pre-
lude and aftermath.
"Peihaps the most encourag-
ing effect of the 1973 war was
to break the los-jam of fruitless
peace efforts which had prevail-
ed since the beginnings of 1971."
the report stated.
Both Israel and Egypt, "dis-
abused of purely military solu-
tions, now recognized that noth-
ing short of political settlement
could bring peace to the -Middle
East."
The repoit noted: The two
superpowers, the Soviet Union
and the United States, shared
that view and were working to
achieve a ceasefire and disen-
gagement of forces.
"THEY WERE probably not
too far apart on the shape of a
longer term peace arrangement.
American policy had previously
been equivocal on the need for a
settlement
"This was no longer the case.
The Soviet Union had been made
aware of the dangers inherent in
its support for one of the sides
in the Middle East conflict."
The survey found that the
greatest uncertainty lay in the
Israeli position, following the re-
cent general elections, but ob-
served that "if Israel came to
place greater trust in the ef-
ficacy of the UN forces, she
would see her only real guar-
antee being provided by the
United States.
"AN ESSENTIAL element
would obviously be American
willingness to ensure that the
balance of arms in the Middle
East was not tipped against Is-
rael."
The report stated that an
American Israeli alliance has
been informally discussed "but
prospects of its realization seem
quite uncertain."
Nonetheless, the report con-
tinued. "Any settlement between
Israel and the Arabs would need
to be underwritten by the United
States in some way or other, for
nothing short of this would en-
able Israel to feel secure."
The report observed that gen-
erally speaking, prospects for
Mideast peace are brighter than
they have been but this remains
a modest encouragement.
AMONG THE immediate les
sons taught by the war, the In-
stitute's experts said, was the
fact that "neither Israel nor
Egypt could embark on such a
war again without the assurance
of full external support."
The war "left both sides critic-
ally dependent on outside sup-
plies for the campaign itself and
for the restoration of their
strength afterwards. This de-
pendence has given the Soviet
Union and the United States a
heavy mortgage on their clients."
the report said, adding:
"There may be a lesson in this
for NATO too, for NATO staffs
will need to look again at their j
stock levels and resupply capac-1
ity."
Another lesson of the war is
that "since tactical surprise can
be achieved by an enemy, the i
defenses must be sufficiently
strong to hold any likely attack j
until reenforcement arrives."
ISRAEL MANAGED this, the
report said, and noted that the
fact that the war started on Yom
Kippur when Israel's roads were
free of traffic, aided the speed
of mobilization.
The report does not fault Is-
rael's intelligence experts for
having been caught by surprise
even though Egyptian-Syrian war
preparations were fully visible
for weeks.
"However good intelligence of
the enemy's activity and capabil-
ity may be. it is not possible to
know his intentions." the report
said.
The survey found that the ini-
tial Egyptian attack which cross-
ed the Suez Canal and overran
the Barlev line in a few hours |
was "a text book operation, well
planned and carried out."
BUT EGYTIAN follow-through |
on their initial success was "in-
hibited by the safety their
sround-based air defenses af-
forded" and was "slow and de-
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"The tide on the Syrian front
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ON THE Arab use of the oil
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most potent sense of a new era. !
of any event of recent years."
The energy crisis found the
Western powers spectacularly
divided and quite unprepared to
face the strain.
"The United States chose Is-
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the Soviet Union during the
war Western Europe and 1
Japan chose oil and the Arabs.'
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here.
Ho added that the VS. is now searching for peace and a
peaceful settlement of the Mideast crisis "whereas in the past
the United States was completely biased in favor of Israel."
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Doron Assails Syria, Iraq for Terrorism
Continued from Page 1-A
trary arrests, tortures and even
mysterious murders."
Doron cited as examples of the
condition of Syrian Jews the re-
cent rape and torture murders of
four Jewish women in Damascus
and the arrest of four men, two
of them Jewish, for the crime on
false charges.
HE ALSO reported the arrest
of 11 Jewish women in Alleppo
who he said were taken to Da-
mascus and tortured to -tain
information on relatives wh| had
escaped, from Syria.
Doron charged that in Septem"
ber. 1972, Iraq plainclothes po-
lice ana security forces started
picking up Jewish men and wom-
en from their homes and from
their places of business.
During the next seven months,
he said, a total of 18 Jews, in-
cluding three women, were ab-
ducted and have not been heard
-U
om since.
Kaliane Urges Worldwide
Jewish Terrorist Organization
JERUSALEM (JTA) Rab-
bi Meir Kahane, founder of the
Jewish Defense League, called
for the creation of a worldwide
Jewish terrorist organization with
the clandestine backing of the
Israeli government to counter
Arab terrorist groups and exact
vengeance for their acts.
Kahane. who announced re-
cently that he was resigning as
chairman of the JDL, made his
proposals on the site of the for-
mer Arab village of Deir Yassin
which was destroyed along with
its inhabitants by the Irgtin
shortly before Israel's independ-
ence.
THE DEIR Yassin massacre
was condemned by the Jewish
authorities in Palestine at the
time.
Kahane's "solution" to the
problem of Arab terrorism was,
he stated, to imitate the Arab
terrorists act for act. shooting
hostages and bringing counter-
terror to Arab civilians in their
own countries.
In addition, "in each case of
Arab terror against Jews. 1.000
Arab families in the occupied
territories shall be expelled,"
Kahane said.
He also reiterated his plan to
encourage the emigration of Is-
raeli Arahs by offering them
cash and i<-bs in other countries.
ACCORDING TO Kahane, the
Israeli government should aid the
Jew:.-h terrorist movement while
denying any connection with it,
"just as Arab governments do."
Kahane said he didn't know if
any such Jewish terror organiza-
tion was in the making but of-
fered his assistance if it was.
He said ho would not head
such an organization because 'I
have enough trouble as it is."
HE CITED the machine-gun
murders in April, 1973, of five
members of the family of Reuven
Kaahkush, including the father,
wife, two sons and a daughter, in
their home at midday.
Doron said the government of
Iraq "must at least show some
elementary decency," by provid-
ing the next of kin of the ab
ducted Iraqi Jews with "an un-
equivocal answer" as to their
fate, and to provide information
on the whereabouts of the bodies
of the Kashkush family "and
others who have perished," so
they can "at least be brought to
proper burial."
REVIEWING THE problems
of Soviet Jews seeking exit visas,
Doron said there were currently
"at least" some 1,500 prominent
Soviet Jews whose applications
for exit visas for Israel have
been continuously rejected and
the applicants subjected to re-
peated harassment.
He termed "most distressing"
the problem of some 40 Jewish
prisoners "whose only offense"
was their "ardent desire to re-
turn to their ancestral homeland
by exercising the basic human
right to leave the Soviet Union."
Doron said that there had been
"a substantial decrease in the
number of exit permits granted
in the monthsabf January. Fehtni.
ary and March of this year" and
that some 120,000 applicants
were now waiting for then visas.
In recent months, he said, there
has been a cut in even the "mea-
ger number" of exit permits
granted to Jews with university
degrees or professional skills.
"THE LATEST bureaucratic
'invention' is the disappearance"
from their offices of the regular
staff of the ovir," Doron said.
"This compels the Jews to wait
for weeks and sometimes months,
for the chance of merely present-
ing their requests for emigration
visas.
"For example, in Kishinev
only one ovir official remained
on duty last month, charged with
the task of dealing with requests
for exit visas of over 1,800 fam-
ilies."
Thus, the Israeli diplomat
noted, the Soviet authorities "kill
two birds with one stone they
deliberately delay the presenta-
tion of applications for exit visas,
and then claim that 'fewer Jews
are now applying for immigra-
tion" "
AZA Hears j
Klutznick
CHICAGO (JTA) "There
is only one Jewish people, wheth-
er in Israel or in the many na-
tions of the world." asserted Phil-
ip Klutznick. in an address given
at the Arlington Park Towers to
eommcmo:ate the 50th anniver-
sary of the founding of Aleph
Zadik Aleph, the boys component
of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organi-
zation.
"The problems of Israel are
our problems," he added. "We
cannot be asked to achieve sol-
idarity with Israel if Israel her-
self is divided."
KLUTZNICK, second interna-
tional president of AZA, a former
U.S. Ambassador to the United
Nations and local land developer,
made his remarks as part of a
tribute to Sam Beber, Chicago phi-
lanthropist, who founded the first
chapter of the international or-
ganization for young Jewish men
in 1924.
AZA. along with its B'nai
B'rith Girls, has grown over the
span of the past five decades to
become the largest Jewish youth
organization in the world.
AZA HELD its first interna-
tional golden reunion here with
representation from many com-
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IIW'MUMIWHMH'iIjMV*
Death Chronology
At Maalot School
A chronology of events pieced together from reports indi-
cates that the terrorists entered Israeli territory late on May 14.
At about midnight, they attacked a truck carrying workers home
from the Ata factory in Kiryat Atta.
They were mostly residents of the Christian Arab village
of Fasuta. One woman was killed. The terrorists entered Maalot
some time after 3 a.m. local time.
ACCORDING TO reports from residents, they knocked on
the doors of several houses, announcing themselves as Israeli
policemen searching for terrorists. They were dressed in Israel
army uniforms and at least one of them spoke Hebrew.
Only one householder, Yaakov Cohen. 50, opened his door.
He was shot to death by the terrorists, who also murdered his
wife Fortuna, 40. and his four-year-old son. Eiie.
A YEAR-OLD son. Yitzhak, was saved and was taken in by-
neighbors. The terrorists apparently knew the Netiv Meir schoo.
was occupied by the campers, aged 14 to 16. They approached
the building at about 3:50 a.m., local time, just as a monitor
was taking out garbage cans.
He testified later that the terrorists greeted him in Hebrew
and asked how many children were in the building. When he
told them, he was shot and wounded.
As the terrorists entered the school room firing machine-
guns, ten students and two teachers escaped by jumping out of
windows. A woman officer of the Israeli army who was accom-
panying the students was released by the terrorists to carry their
demands to Israeli authorities.
TWO STUDENTS were also released later on. One of them,
Rackel Lagziel. 16. reportedly delivered a note containing ter-
rorist demands to Defense Minister Moshe Dayan who flew to
the scene from a Cabinet meeting. The terrorists, communicating
by loudspeaker, warned that the grounds around the school were
mined and that it would be blown up if troops tried to close in.
The terrorists demanded the release of 20 imprisoned ter-
rorists who were to be flown to Cyprus or other neutral territory
and thence to an Arab capital and safe passage for themselves
out of Israel.
Their list reportedly included Kozo Okamoto, the hired
Japanese gunman of the May 30, 1972, Lod Airport massacre
who is serving a life sentence in Israel, and two Israeli Jews im-
prisoned for spying. "Even if we had accepted the plan, we
would not have been able to carry' it all out before the 6 p.m.
deadline," Premier Meir said.
"WE DID not have the slightest doubt that the terrorists
would not extend the deadline even one minute after six."
For the close to six terror-ridden hours the children were
kept crouched on the floor of the school under the menacing
guns of the terrorists.
Many of the children were sobbing or were in a state of
shock. Many of their parents came to Maalot from Safad to follow
closely any developments and wait for the release of the children.
IN A DEVELOPMENT apparently unrelated to the Maalot
outrage, an attempted terrorist bloodbath in the heart of Jeru-
salem was averted when police found and disarmed three Kat-
yusha rocket launchers. Two of the launchers were aimed at
densely populated areas of the city.
The third reportedly was aimed at the King David Hotel
where Dr. Henry Kissinger and his party are staying. The weap-
ons were reportedly spotted by a local Arab who immediately-
called the police.
Israeli security authorities, anticipating a new wave of ter-
rorist activity on the anniversary of Israel's independence, had
warned the public to be especially alert.
L
, -.:: v
Israeli Jets in Raids
On Arab Terrorist Camps
Continued from Page 1-A
ed us to bomb these (terrorist)
targets too."
When pressed further by news-
men he said. "You can see it as
a retaliation."
In an emotional address on
television in which she an-
nounced the Maalot death toll,
Premier Golda Meir declared that
Israel will "do everything in its
power to cut off the hands that
want to harm a child, an adult, a
settlement, a town or a village."
An Israeli military spokesman
told reporter, "There is no retalia-
tion for the lives of 20 children,"
meaning that their deaths were
beyond reprisal.
ISRAEL'S Chief of Intelligence.
Maj. Gen. Shlomo Gazit, said it
had been established that the
three Maalot terrorists had come
from Lebanon.
Their blood stained civilian
clothing and their boots, produced
at a press conference, were made
in Lebanon as were matches and
personal effects found on the
bodies. The dead terrorists, mem-
bers of the Popular Democratic
J'Vont for the Liberation of Pales-
tine, beaded by Nayef Hawatmeh,
Stories on Syria's Jews Untrue
By Special B^port
mfw vnRK The American Jewish Congress has protested as
tained in an article on Damascus in the April
Geographic Magazine.
apparently killed as
to escape into l.t I ,.-
The article, by Robert Azzi.
asserted that Damascus "still tol-
erantly embraces significant num-
bers of Jews" and that "even as
Syria launched its attack on Is-
raeli troops. Sephardk Jews of
Damascus observed Yom Kippur
unmolested."
IN A LETTER this week to Na-
tional Geographic editor Gilbert
Grosvenor. Phil Baum. associate
executive director of the Con-
gress and director of its Commis-
sion on International Affairs, de-
clared that "far from the secure
existence portrayed by Mr. Azzi.
Jewish life in Syria remains dan-
gerous to the point of despera-
tion."
Requesting "rectification- of
the "distortions and inaccuracies"
in the article, Baum wrote:
"The violent persecution of
Syria's Jewish minority, despite
the intimations to the contrary in
Robert Azzi's article, is neither a
new nor aberrant phenomenon in
Syria.
'JEWS MUST obtain a special
permit to travel mce than four
kilometers from their homes;
they are required to carry a spe-
cial identity card with the word
Jew' marked in red ink; in Ka-
mishli, Jewish homes are mark-
ed with a red 'X'.
"In Damascus. Jews are sub-
jected to an evening curfew and
are required to obtain a special
pass to attend the movies or to
visit friends. Jews can neither re-
ceive nor renew drivers licenses.
No telephones are installed in
Jewish homes.
"JEWS ARE prohibited from
employment in government of-
fices, banks or public services.
Upon his death a Jew's property
is confiscated by the state and
can be used by his heirs only
upon payment of a 'rental' fee to
the authorities.
"Religious studies and the
teaching of Hebrew intermittent-
ly have been restricted or forbid-
den." Baum said, adding:
"On top of all this, Jews have
been flatly prohibited from emi-
gration.
"They have occasionally man-
aged to escape Syria only at the
peril of their lives."
THE AMERICAN Jewish Con-
gress spokesman pointed to the
recent murder of six young Syr-
ian Jews,
they tried
non."
He noted that news reports
about Damatetu during the Yom
Kippur war told how Syrian Jews
"remained in their houses .
rarely venturing to the edge cf
the ghetto to buy food" and hew
after the war they had been at-
tacked by both Palestinian refu-
gees and other Syrians.
Declaring that the "routine
punishments" rneted out to Syr,an
Jews had been intensified to in-
clude "arbitrary' arrest. Imprisi n
men'., beatings, rape and mur-
der," Baum said he was "confi-
dent" the National Goograpr.c
would not intentionally "serve as
apologist for a regime notorious
for the b utal treatment of ,ts
Jewish minority."
He asked for
"an early issue."
a correction ,n
Struggle Intensifies Over
Who Will Head Agency
JERUSALEM (JTA) An
inter party political battle is
shaping up over who will succeed
the late Louis Pincus as chairman
of the Jewish Agency and World
Zionist Executives.
The new chairman will be
elected in June when the Gen-
eral Assembly of the Jewish
Agency convenes here.
ACTING CHAIRMAN Leon
Dulzin. who has occupied the dual
post since Pincus' death last year,
has announced his candidacy and
promised to fight any candidate
the Labor Party might put for-
ward.
Dulzin is a leader of the Lib-
eral Party, one of the constitu-
ents of the Likud opposition.
The Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy learned from reliable sources
that the Labor Party leadership,
including Premier Golda M.:,
is tacking Hebrew University
President Avraham Harman fcr
the chairmanship.
Harman is a member of tte
Labor Party and a former ambas-
sador to the U. S.
ACCORDING TO sources here,
many ranking members of the
Jewish Agency regard Dulzin as
best suited for the job. He rias
served as acting chairman and be-
fore that as Jewish Agency Treas-
urer
But Mrs. Meir and other Labor
Party leaders will never agree to
the key post being given to a
member of the political oppesi-
tion, the sources said.
were identified as Ziad Abdel Ra-
him, 22. Ahmed Saleh, 19, and Ali
Ahmed Hassan. 27.
Israeli authorities denied a re-
port that one of the trio was an
Israeli Arab who had worked as
a waiter in Safad. the Upper Ga-
lilee town where most of the vic-
tims came from. (Speaking in
Beirut on May 16. Hawatmeh at-
tacked Secretary of State Kis-
singer's peace mission in the
Middle East and praised the ter-
rorist killers. He said that mas-
sacre that killed 27 in Maalot "af-
firmed the humane character of
our revolutionaries." According
to the terrorist chief. "The lan-
guage of arms and logic" had
been used to show the Israelis
that their government could not
protect them against "the blows
of our people.")
AFTER THE Israeli raid on
Lebanon. Eevnt's Foreign Minis-
ter Ismail Fahmi said in an of-
ficial statement in Cairo: "Egypt
firmly declares that the Israeli
acts of flagrant aggression on the
civilian pomi'ation can only have
the gravest consequences which
Israel must bear in mind The
Arab world cannot stand idle be-
fore this terrorism."
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jggjMI SKtfimr COUNCIL KECOM/MfMMT/OW
Urge Aid Funds to Israel be Made Gift
By JOSEPH POLAKOFT
WASHINGTON (JTA)
The National Security Council,
headed by Secretary oi State
Henry A. Kissinger, has recom-
mended to President Nixon that
he make a gift to Israel of all the
weapons the United States
shipped to Israel during and
since the Yom Kippur War and
those now being delivered.
The weapons and the cost of
shipping them to Israel total in
French Maalot View
Differs Radically
From Peres9 Story
Continued from Page 1 A
lot refused to let him approach
the terrorists; to try to get an
extension dt the deadline. Offi-
cials in Jerusalem said that since
he did not -know the code word,
be would have been shot had he
tried to approach the school
building. But no one explained
why the French envoy was not
permitted to hail the terrorists
through a loudspeaker as the Is-
raelis themselves were doing
Hurly said he did not think the
Israelis tried to delay his arrival
a! Maalot which he reached at
about 5 p.m. "But I still ask my-
self what could have been done
between 5 and 6 o'clock and was
not done," he said in his inter-
wow.
IT APPEARED likely that b>
the time the Ambassador arrived
jit Maalot the decision had al-
ready been taken to storm the
schol building bermse it was, by
then, too late to furry out the
terrorists' demand' before their
deadline.
T^e Foreign Ministry docu-
menfJ'Tfld to the Ivaeli Cabinet
contained a message from the
French government which had
heard from the terrorist com-
mand in Damascus.
In it, the terrorist leader
known as "Abu Avid" nel'.ed out
conditions for an exchange.
These included the following:
"When the 20 (freed terrorists)
get to Damascus, the command
will give the code word to the
French Embassy which will
tiansmit it to the French Em-
bassy in Tel Aviv which will
transmit it ." to the French
Ambassador in Maalot.
Ex-Nazi
In Mineola
Continued from Page 1-A
ment at a news conference in the
New York office of the service
headed by Sol Marks, which has
been named the National Control
Office for Nazi Criminals, said
that seven of the 33 cases are in
the New York area, two in New,
ark and the rest in various parts
of the country.
The press conference followed
a charge made earlier last month
by Rep. Elizabeth Hoitzman (D..
NY.) that at least 38 Nazi war
criminals are being allowed to
remain in the U.S. because the
V. Immigration Service has ne-
glected to move against them.
She said that some alleged war
criminals have been in this coun
try almost 25 years and that 25
of the 38 have become natural
ized 17.8. citizens. There is no
statute of limitation on deporta-
tion. Rep. Holtzman said.
CHAZAN-
CANTOR
Wanted fr ver-ow service
at Conservative Congregation
in Hallandale for the Yamim
NorafcltJelephone 920-9100
or9Z4040.
THAT MESSAGE made it
clear that no code word was to
be delivered until the released
terrorists were safely in Damas-
cus. Only, then would Amba>s;i-
dor Hurly give the code word
and secure the release of half of
the hostages.
The other half was to go with
the three Maalot terrorists to
Ben-Gurion Airport where they
would be released once the ter-
rorists were safely aboard a
plane.
With regard to the Rumanian
Ambassador's role, the Foreign
Ministry's account confirmed
Peres' account. A message re-
ceived by the Israeli government
from Bucharest at 2:30 p.m. said
the Rumanian envoy was select-
ed by the terrorists to be the sole
mediator and that once he re-
ported back to Bucharest that Is-
rael had agreed in principle to
the terrorists' demands, he would
receive a code word that would
enable him to start negotiations
at Maalot.
cost between $900 million and $1
billion, the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency was informed by a high
U.S. authority identified with the
NSC recommendation.
THIS SUM will be deducted
from the $2.2 billion in emer-
gency aid to Israel proposed by
the President last October which
the Congress speedily enacted.
That law authorized the Presi-
dent to grant up to $1.5 billion to
Israel and almost all of the re-
maining $700 million as a credit
to Israel. Congress directed the
deduction from the credit figure
of slightly less than $18 million
as the U.S. share of the cost of
maintaining for one year the
United Nations Emergency Force
now functioning in the Middle
East.
WITH THE deduction of the
currently recommended gift, the
President would still have up to
$500 million he could grant to
Israel. The deposition of the
funds must be decided on, it was
understood, by June 30. the end
of the current fiscal year.
Asked by the JTA as to the
possibility that the Pentagon
would seek to obtain $154 mil-
lion of its requested $474 million
in a supplemental appropriation,
from the $2.2 billion fund, the
authority stressed "this will nev-
er happen."
The Senate Armed Services
Committee recently suggested
that action to the Defense De-
partment. If such action was tak-
en to help the Defense Depart-
ment pay for restocking weapons
it had sent to Israel, this would
in effect reduce by $154 million
the funds available to Israel.
THE JTA source said the ini-
tial recommendation on the size
ot the gift became "less valid" as
"events moved on and views
changed."
Accordingly, he said, a new set
of views has been presented to
the President. The source said
the latest views were presented
to Nixon several days ago.
The expected action by the
President, it was reported, may
conflict with some views in Con-
gress.
Rep. Joshua Eilberg (D.. Pa.)
has said that the White House
has "impounded'' the $2.2 billion
voted four months ago and that
"the Administration intends to
evade the will of the Congress by
making less than the stated fig-
gure of $1.5 billion in grants
available in that form" to Israel.
The JTA was told that it was
the "clear intent of Congress"
that Israel receive all of the $1.5
billion in grants.
THE STATE Department and
the Office of Budget and Man-
agement have reportedly been
engaged in a bureaucratic argu-
ment on disposition of the funds,
the State Department reportedly
favoring giving it all to Israel as
a gift and the OBM opposed to
giving any of it to Israel as a
grant.
Polish Knock Down
Warsaw Ghetto Wall
LONDON(JTA)The Polish Jewish Ex-Servicemen's As-
sociation has sent a protest to the Polish Government in War
saw against the planned demolition of the last standing section
of the old Warsaw Ghetto wall.
The section of wall is a monument to the Warsaw Ghetto
uprising of 1943 and the Jews who died in it.
SIMON FRISNER. association chairman, told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency that their protest was sent directly to Warsaw
because of the unsatisfactory response to an earlier communica-
tion sent through the Polish Ambassador in London.
Israeli Deputy Premier Yigal Allon told the Knesset in Jeru-
salem before leaving on a visit to London last week that the
Israeli government was aware of reports that the Warsaw Muni-
cipal Council planned to pull down the wall.
IF THIS happens it will be "a blow against history, against
culture and against Jewry," Allon said.
Joel Gang, a journalist and writer, told the JTA that he re-
called that in 1945 the late Michael Sylberberg, then the chair
man of the Jewish religious community in Warsaw, had proposed
that the bricks from the Ghetto wall should be incorporated in
Jewish public buildings in Palestine and throughout the world
as a tribute to the heroic revolt.
But the idea never materialized. Gang said.
Jach Gordon cares
about people and his community. That's why he's serving us
all as a State Senator in Tallahassee. Jack does more than
talk about what has to be done. He does it! Things like serving
8 years on the Dade County School Board, being a member
of the Board of Temple Israel of Greater Miami, a Past
President, Miami Chapter American Friends of the
Hebrew University, and a Consultant in Housing Finance for
the United Nations.
Jack is the Chairman of the Executive Committee at Jefferson
National and like all of his fellow Directors he resides in
Miami Beach. It helps him keep his fingers on the pulse of
the community. Think of him as your Home Town Banker
in your Home Town.
Jack Gordon is one of our many people that prove
We care.
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Outrage lo Grant
TsJOT SINCE Gen. Ulysses S.
-1 Grant issued his notorious
Order No 11 in December, 1862,
driving Jews out of his depart-
ment in the South, has a highly
placed government official open-
ed such a hug" can of anti-Jewish
worms a< the Attorney General
of the United States, William
Saxbe, did recently.
Too bad both Grant and Saxbe
were cradled in Ohio. The Buck-
eye State deserves better.
' GRANT, having taken bad licks
in Shiloh and Vicksburg. must
have been hunting for scapegoats
when he ripped off several sharp
commands affecting Jews 112
years ago:
"The Israelites especially
should be kept out... Give orders
to a:: the conductors on the road
that no Jews are to be permitted
to travel on the railroad south-
ward ... they are such an intoler-
able nuisance ... All cotton spec-
ulators. Jews and other vagrants
; leave in 24 hours... Re-
fuse all permits to Jews to come
Soi th."
Such outrageous communiques
ashed by Abe Lincoln;
but Grant went on to become
giving the nation one
oi the most corrupt administra-
tions in its history. And this in
the season of celebration of the
American centennial.
ONE WOULD think that a ccn-
tury and a holocaust later, the
who n il long ago took nn
oath to uphold law and order.
t man in whose jurisdiction
lies that Department ol Justice
|t( .:". ould know better th
-. hat Bill Saxbe is quoted as
during
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The Problem of Jewish Arab Ties
ISAIAH FRIEDMAN, professor at Dropsie Uni-
versity presents some valuable historical data
in his book, "The Question of Palestine. 1914-18:
British Jewish Arab Relationships" (Schocken
Books, $12).
The day has not yet arrived when all the con
flicts concerning the McMahon letter, the Sykes
Picot Agreement. Feisal's letter, and the Balfour
Declaration can be resolved.
THE AUTHOR did extensive research on the
causes for the issuance of the Balfour Declara
tion. We have forgotten that some Jews led by
Edward Montague opposed the Declaration.
I always have taken the position that Jews,
and Zionists in particular, have erred for over
50 years in celebrating the Declaration since it
was a unilateral statement made when England
was still at war with Turkey, and Palestine had
not yet been conquered by the Allies.
IT IS THE League of Nations declaration of
1922 which "recognized the historic connection of
the Jewish people with Palestine" that should
have been celebrated. The League of Nations kas
the owner and in control of Palestine as the sue
cessor to the Ottoman Empire. Its call for the
establishment of a Jewish Homeland in Pales
tine had legitimacy. No one could question the
Leagues right to act as it did since it was the
voice ef the civilized world.
Friedman's book is important ,-jr the docu-
mentation on Colonel Meinertzhagen's advocacy
of the Zionist position in the 1920s.
The professor dwells on the debates among
the Jews and on the Arab-Moslem antipathy to
the Allied cause during World War I. He make;
other important disclosures that makes the book
an important contribution to history.
"THE MIDDLE East: Quest for an American
Policy." edited by William A. Beling (State Uni '.
versity of New York, $15.) grew out of the 47th
Session of the Institute of World Affairs spon
sored by the University of Southern California
for schools of higher education on the West
Coast. It is not a book to be read lightly and
t'/:re is not much cheer for ardent wishers for
peace in the area. Some oi the articles have over-
tones that will fill pro-Israelis with some dismay.
For those who desire an over-dew of the _^
thinking of people with credentials to discuss fhc I
Middle East and who are. in the main, non-Zion J
ists and quite objective, the book should be re
quired reading.
TOO MANY Jews are so concerned with th<
problems of fund-raising that they are unaware
of the many aspects of the problems that beset
Moslem-Israeli relationships and the hurdles that
must be overcome before there can be the pos
sibility of peace.
UJA study tours and singing the praises of
the accomplishments of the Israelis is all well
and good for discussions among Jews. The Chris
tian hears the other side of the story, and few
Jews know how to discuss, much less answer,
questiovs raised by A:.
Have You Learned Latest Rumor?
.-. mg:
"Jewish intellectuals
the McCarthy era were very
< nkmored of the Communist
Patty."
ise of intelligence, what
noddini i fum nti 1 polit-
ical savvy could lead even this
eddctable cabinet officer to
terr.pt wrath by such fiddling
a careless generalization?
SAXBE'S original rationaliza-
tion was that whereas in the days
of Joe McCarthy, it was intel-
(i, iaU to gave the country a
hard time and deserved to be
chalked up on the Attorney Gen-
< list of subversives, the
strongest threat today comes from
terrorists.
What need there is for such a
1 at all the Attorney General
i i say; but it is worth noting
th-- Clarence M, Kelley, the new-
FBI director, was quick to point
out that the infamous list has
been abolished, Nor is there any
for =uch a roster, accord-
ing t Ke
Nobody is about to deny that
f-. -,. .,,,,.,. jcwssome intel-
and some anything but
well endowed in the brainin
the Communist Party when Joe
McCarthy was chasins people he
labeled as Communists back in
the 1950s.
THERE WERE also EDiscopal-
ians in the Party; and since the
Attorney General takes commun-
ion in that section of religious
America, he might have been
gracious enough so to admit.
Many people branded Communists
bv McCarthy loathed the ideology
the Senator was pretending to
fight with blunderbuss and
mimeograph machine.
ThiSj. too. Attorney General
Saxbe should know. Unprovable
charges, incautious stereotyping,
the indiscriminate branding of
Hollywood moopets and dictator-
hat ;.ng Bishops as subversives
sent many Americans through a
nightmare still remembered with
a shudder.
Perhaps Saxbe has forgotten
those Cold War days o{ smearing
and jeering:
Haifa
TT IS ONLY when I go abroad that I begin to real
iae fully the enormous communications gap which
between Israel and the Jews of the rest of
orld.
w: true that press, radio and television
iv( rage of all exciting, dramatic
or otherwise newsworthy events, such coverage sei-
nes beneath surface reporting and is frequent
|y distorted out of all proportion.
SI CH DISTORTION is not malicious; it is mere
ly a reflection of what the reporters and the editor-
think constitutes news.
During a quick visit to Miami last month. I
asked a number of questions which revealed tc
me how inadequately Jews overseas are tuned in
on what is really going on in Israelthis despite
(or perhaps because of) the flood of superficial re
porting in recent months. For example. I was asked.
Is it true that Israelis are overcome by a mood
of despondency and frustration?
ONLY WITH the greatest effort could I con-
vince my auditors that they had been given misin-

formation. There i- no denying that Israelis are in
a serious, a sober mood. The euphoria that enveloped
the country after the Six-Day War has disappeared.
All now realize thai peace is not just around
the corner and that we still face difficult times. But
to equate this spirit of resolve and quiet determina-
tion with despondencj is a misreading of the I
WHY ARE so many Russian Jews leaving Is
rael? Some stories die hard, and th's is one of them
If some one had told me that close to a hundred
thousand Russian Jews had come to Israel in recent
years, and every single one of them was happy
integrated and well ad listed would be suspicious.
Th" facts are that less than 5oo Russian immi
grants in all, an in ant percentage, have left
Israel. Of course many oi thi others have a
ment problems, but so do all immigrants, i
where.
WELL, IF not the Russia is, then why are hordes
of young Israelis now turning their backs on the
country? There had always been a trickle of emigres
out of Israel, but the facts arc that in the last few
years the number of those leaving has actually de-
creased.
Weizmann's Work Was Invaluable
^'HAT WOULD Dr. Chaim Weizmann say if
he were living today?
The situation today perhaps would not cheer
him too much, but taking up the newspaper and
reading all those reams of stuff about oil, maybe
the doctor, who had a strong sense of humor,
would smile and say. "Didn't I tell you?"
THE ARAB embargo made it appear that Is-
rael is to blame for the high oil prices. As we
all must realize now. the embargo was simply a
pretext. The end of the embargo has brought no
lowering of prices.
The monopolist does not have to ask. He tells
you.
Chaim Weizmann, the first President of Is-
rael, was long conscious of the oil monopoly
problem No one could have written about it
more clearly than he did 40 years ago in his
autobiography. "Trial and Error."
In a chapter in which he discusses "oil and
politics," he warned of the need to break "oil's
monopolistic hold."
DR. WEIZMANN. himself worked on the solu-

tion of the problem and hoped that the scientific
institute in Rehovoth which bears his name would
continue the work and that Palestine "would be
made the center of the new development which
would get the world past the conflict arising
from the monopolistic position of oil."
As he saw it. the oil problem was basically
part of the general question of raw materials
with which his entire scientific career was in-
volved. He said, in his mind, "science and Zion
ism were fused in one organic whole."
Weizmann, in his research in fermentation,
found that some bacteria in the soil mixed with
some plants like tapioca, produce plain alcohol,
butyl alcohol and acetone out of which a high
octane fuel could be made.
The British government was able to use Weiz-
mann's findings in the manufacture of needed
chemicals. Factories for their manufacture were
established all over the world, including the
United States. The ones in America were even-
tually taken over by the U.S. government.
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er
Nazi Feelings
Wake Up
In Austria
Vienna
44IS THERE anything like a
.lew-i-h character?" the news-
paper advertisement read. "Are
Jews more intelligent than ordi-
narv DooDle'"' another one asked.
A male voice puzzled the listen-
ers of Austrian radio with the
question: What is a Jew?" Huge
posters featured the Austrian
flag with the Star of David in
the middle, a taboo in this coun-
try for decades.
THUS THE Viennese mass
daily. "Kronenzeitung," started
on Palm Sunday a new series on
-.lews in Austria." The author is
a former Nazi and journalist who
founded in 1949 the "Union of
Independents." a party attracting
mostly former Nazis. Victor Rci-
mann is now star columnist of
the "Kronenzeitung.'
The series was criticized imme-
diately among the population.
Rudolf Antoni, editor in-chief of
the government newspaper,
"Wienerzeltung," said:
"Re'mann comes from the na-
tional.-:, amp .. it is necessary
to -'a"- this because the author
writes certain things which some-
bodv else with different oi Iniona
written differently."'
Manfre I Scheuch, chief editor of
.. Arbeiterzeil ing,"
s.i'd: "In Austria the anti-Seml
sm survived even its victims,
the Jews The author docs not
r\nla:n things."
THE SERIES caused angry re-
actions among the Jewish pop-
ula'i 'ii Anton Tick, pres : t of
the Jewish community in Vienna,
- i: "Many Jews feels this >:. ry
was written in a way that il might
rise antl :< mitic feelings "
Anti-Semitism is still well root-
ed in Austria. A public opinion
pool of 1969 showed that large
parts of the Austrian population
. re still prejudici d t fainsl Jews.
Twenty-seven w r lent of th -e
interviewed said that "it is not
e thai Jew v ere perse*
ru'ed throughout history."
Reimann, a self-declared "non-
Jew." who wanted to write a story
ler in favor nor against
Jews." flatly states at the begin-
ning of the -cries, "One of 'he
main causes for anti-Sei tiam is
to he found in th" Jews "hem-
selves." adding. "It is because of
his (the .leu's) will to be dif-
ferent and to be separated fruro
"('-'' -'-. people."
CRITICS reproached Reimann
f bi ised reporting and distort-
t- ind figures \a/.i hunter
Simon Wiesenthal, director v{ the
.le' s. Documentation Center,
said R "'.'inn used figures from
Na/i books showing an alleged
overrepresentation of Jews in
Austri i
Letters to the editor seemed to
prove that anti-Semitism is still
popular in this country "Jews do
not pay taxes, they are parasites,"
one letter read.
Unknown persons smeared
swastikas on the advertising post-
ers with the Austrian flag. It
promoted a first reaction by
Jewish-born Austrian Chancellor
Bruno Kreiaky, proposing a bet-
tr protection of the Austrian
flag. Earlier he refused to com-
ment on the series. "I am not a
specialist in this question. For
obvious reasons I do not want to
comment on this."
THE SERIES was only one
manife-tation of the resurgence
of pro-Nazi feeling in some quar-
ters, The Nazi nostalgia wave in
Austria brought back swastika
rifnla anH Hitler portraits from
longtime hideouts to Vieana'i
antique shops.


Friday, May 24, 1974
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hurchill Wanted Quick Mideast Solution
LONDON (JTA) Secret
Cabinet papers just released here
eveale* tnaf'Prfme Minister
tinston Churchill pres ed for a
kpid solution of the Palestine
Iroblem through partition before
he end of World War II and
flashed sharply over the plan
with his then Foreign Secretary,
Anthony Eden.
The plan was disclosed in pa-
trs relating to the final period
[c: the British Mandate in Pales-
tine (1943-45). Papers of this
[type are now permitted to be re-
[leased after a period of 30 years.
THEY SHOWED that Churrhill
[and Leo Amery, then Secretary
of State for India, strongly push-
led for the partition plan against
the advice of Eden and other
Foreign Offise officials and seri-
fons reservations by the military
I chiefs of staff.
A partition report was never-
theless approved by the war Cab-
inet on January 25, 1944, but the
need for continued secrecy and
deferred action, was accepted. In
June 1944. Eden asked for recon-
sideration of the plan.
According to the Cabinet pa-
pers. Churchill declared at one
Point, "It is well-known I am
determined not to break the
pledges of the British govern-
ment to the Zionists, expressed
in the Balfour Declaration,
(1917), as modified by my -ubse-
quent statement at the Colonial
Office in 1921."
IN FACE OF Eden's opposi-
tion, a second report was com-
pleted by the Cabinet's Palestine
Committee in October, 1944.
which proposed the establish-
ment of thiee MMMtahtfatet in
Palestine to meet the chiefs of
staff strategic and defense re-
quirement--.
This plan, the Cabinet papers
revealed, called for a Jerusalem
state, with British responsibility
for its foreign relations and de-
Syria Settlement at Hand?
JERUSALEM (JTAi Sec-
retary of State Henry A Kissin-
ger resumed his talks with Is-
rael's negotiators on the myriad
details of a Golan disengagement.
He brought with him Syrian
President Hafez Assad's final
though not yet formal approv-
al of the line of separation as
proposed by the U.S. and in
effect accepted with minor
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qualifications by both Israel
and Syria.
OBSERVERS HERE are now
seriously raising the possibility
of direct talks, at a military
level, at Geneva next week to
complete various details of an
agreement before a final signing
under the joint aegis of Kissin-
ger and the Soviet military chief,
Vladimir Vinogradoff.
(Reportedly, following are the
conditions of the agreement
hammered out by Dr. Kissinger,
Israel and Syria:
Israel wiil withdraw from
some 300 square miles of Syrian
territory taken during the Yom
Kippur War;
As reported during the last
few weeks, Israel is also agreeing
to cede Kuneitra. the provisional
capital of the Golan Heights it
captured in the !967 war:
In addition, Israel will pull
out of Butniya, a village nearby
IKS. Offering
Haven
To Syrians
WASHINGTON' (JTA)
The United States is offering
haven to Syrian Jews if they are
able to get out of Syria, it was
disclosed here.
The offer is contained in a
new letter defining U.S. policy
on the matter of Syrian Jews
which has been drafted by the
State Department for circulation
to persons inquiring about their
plight.
IN ADDITION to trying to
help Syrian Jews through diplo-
matic channels, the U.S. policy is
that any Syrian Jew who readi-
es any one of seven designated
countries may enter the United
States under provisions of the
Immigration and Naturalization
Act as either refugees or on the
basis of family relationships." a
State Department spokesman
told the Jewish Telegraphs
Agency.
"The purpose clearly is to fa-
cilitate entry into America for
Syrian Jews able to got away
from Syria." the spokesman said.
Of the seven designated coun-
tries, only Lebanon is conti-
guous to Syria. The others ar? i
Austria. Belgium. France. West
Germany. Greece and Italy.
Once a Syrian Jew reaches
one of those countries, he is
eligible to apply for conditional
entry into the U.S.. an official ',
told the JTA. He cautioned, I
however, that the piocessing of
such applications 'may take a
long time."
THE NEW letter replaces one
drafted earlier that defined the
situation of Syrian Jews as an
internal matter of Syria without
expressing concern for their
plight.
A Department spokesman said
that the original letter had been
in circulation about three weeks
CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION
in Hollondale is interested in
Yowng Man to conduct at an ever
flow service the Schachreisim dur-
ing Yomim Nora int.- conoble also, it
eeitiMe, to read the Torah. blow
the Sbefar and lead in the English
reodwqs. Telephone 920-9100 or
9274040.
that is being cultivated by Israeli
farmers:
Israel will retain three stra-
tegic hills south and west of Ku-
neitra, thus overseeing Ein Zivan
and Merom-Hagolan, settlements
established since the Six-Day
war;
Other Israeli concessions
are reported to include a pull-
back from Rafid and Butmiya,
also won in the 1967 war:
Israel will give up its 9.500-
loot-high peak of Mount Hermon
to United Nations farces, but it
will keep several other key posi-
tions on the Mount, overlooking
the road to Damascus.
Syria will abandon its de-
mand for "straightening out the
line trom Jubh&ta el Khazab to
Rafid. which would have meant
almost an entire Israeli abandon-
ment of territory It captured in
the 1967 war.i
fense: a Jewish coastal state: and
a state of South Syria, :ompris-
ing the Arab areas of Palestine
and Trans-Jordan.
Sir Edward Grigg, the new
Minister Resident in the Mifdle
East, wised job*octions, backed
by the Foreign Office. In a re-
port in April, 1945, Grigg said.
"Partition offers no real solu-
tion and suffers from serious de-
fects."
He shared Eden's preference
for a single state under trustee-
ship.
IN FACE of an apparent dead-
lock. Churchill referred the is-
sue to Field Marshal Jan Smuts,
the South African Prime Minis-
ter.
Smuts declared on April 13,
1945: "There is a consensus of
opinion of men on the spot that
partition is not a practical pol-
icy. I believe that partition is
strategically dangerous, econo-
mically and geographically most
difficult and that the racial and
political tangles will remain, per-
haps become worse."
He recommended that the Pal-
estine Mandate should be main-
tained under British control.
AT THAT point, Churchill de-
ferred all discussions of the Pal-
e-tine problem. It fell to the La-
bor government of Clement Att-
lee. elected right after the war.
In October. 1945. Attlee called
for a United Nations t:usteeship
Of Palestine and conti tiled Jew-
ish immigration, a pian attribut-
ed to his anti-Zionist Foreign
Secretary Ernest Bevi.t.
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Friday. May 24, 1974
LEO MINMIN
Bonn Leads Europe's
Continued fro.-?> Pace 1-A
geria, the fiery furnace of Third
World anti-Israel antagonisms,
Brandt declared that "Algeria
and the Federal Republic of Ger-
many are linked by common in-
terests."
OF THAT irrepressible Arab
firebrand, President Boumedien-
ne, he said: "To a considerable
extent, we agreed. Our states are
linked by common interests. We
are part of regions adjacent to
each other and interdependent."
West Germany and North Af-
rica are as "linked by common
interests" and as "adjacent'' and
"interdependent" as the North
and South Poles.
WHAT LINKS them is a high-
ly technological German need for
oil, in the same way that all of
Europe's governments have need
of North African and Middle
Eastern oil.
Otherwise, they are linked by
nothing else, except by their re-
cent opposition to a U.S.-pro-
posed united campaign against
Arab oil blackmail and in their
joint determination to make the
best individual deals each can
for himself.
In this nationalistic spirit.
Brandt could speak of "Europe
and the Arab world (which)
. seek a dialogue. Through it
... we can develop a broad basis
for cooperation."
AND ON his trip to Cairo,
Brandt could note at a banquet
given for him on April 24 by
President Sadat: "Our two coun-
tries have been linked for a long
time by friendly relations, by
history, economy and culture.
"For a long time," Brandt
could declare, "shadows fell over
these relationships. Both sides
perhaps became involved in do-
mestic problems and were un-
able to devote the necessary' at-
tention to each other a period
of neglect that must be charged
to the darker epochs of history."
Kissinger Enraged by Maalot
JERUSALEM (JTA) Sec-
retary of State Henry A. Kissin-
ger reacted with unconcealed an-
ger to the terrorist outrage at
Maalot and demanded that "all
responsible governments .
make clear that whatever their
political differences, such inhu-
man acts must be condemned
and those who carry them out
dealt with severely."
He said he was "shocked and
outraged to learn of the attack
by fedayeen terrorists against a
teen-age campsite in Maalot and
against other innocent civilians
in the same area.
"OUK HEARTS go out to the
families and all of Israel," Dr.
Kissinger said. His statement was
read to newsmen by U.S. Ambas-
sador at-large Robert J. McClos-
key, a member of Kissinger's en-
tourage currently attempting to
effect an Israeli Syrian disen-
gagement agreement.
U.S. Wants War Claims
On E. Germany Negotiated
By JOSEPH POI.AKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA)
The United States will not "nor-
malize" relations with East Ger-
many until that country commits
itself to negotiate claims against
it for the depredations of the
Nazi regime, according to Sen.
Jacob K. Javits (R., NY).
The State Department, Javits
said, has declared in a letter to
him that it will seek from the
German Democratic Republic
(East Germany) "a firm and de-
tailed advance commitment to
negotiate a claims agreement
soon after the establishment of
diplomatic relations," between
the two countries.
JAVITS ALSO said the letter
had "emphasized" that "only
when such a commitment is ob-
tained will we proceed to nor-
malize relations with the G.D.R."
At the State Department fol-
lowing Javits' disclosure, the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency was
informed that the U.S. govern-
ment's Foreign Claims Settle-
ment Commission would conduct
a registration program to get
claims formally registered which
has not yet been done in the
absence of U.S.-East German
diplomatic relations.
A Department authority said
that the program would include
advertising in American newspa-
pers and that "all interested or-
ganizations would be advised" on
registration of claims.
HE SAID that individuals have
written to the State Department
over the years about material
losses they have incurred as a
result of the works of the Nazi'-
These writings, he said, are
maintained at the Department,
but he cautioned they cannot be
considered formal claims.
Javits said that in a letter to
Secretai-y of State Henry A. Kis-
singer he had urged that out-
standing war claims be settled
before the United States recog-
nized East Germany.
"In view of the oppressive na-
ture of the G.D.R. regime and
the presence in its governmental
structure of former Nazis," Javits
wrote, "I do not believe our gov-
ernment should be a party to the
obvious efforts by the G.D.R. to
sidestep its responsibilities re-
specting actions and develop-
ments of Germany during the in-
famous days of the Hitler re-
gime."
IN ITS LETTER of reply,
signed by former Virginia Gov!
Linwood Holton, Assistant Secre-
tary of State for Congressional
Relations, the State Department
told Javits of difficulties in
achieving a claims settlement as
a condition prior to recognition
as Javits had urged but indicated
that "the soundest way of pro-
ceeding" was to obtain East Ger-
many's commitment on negotia-
tion.
Javits said he is encouraged by
the State Department's response
that it is sensitive to the need
for a claims settlement as an in-
tegral part of the establishment
of U.S.-East German diplomatic
relations.
"The U.S. government strong-
ly condemns this mindless and
irrational action and appeals to
those holding innocent hostages
to release them," the Kissinger
statement continued.
THE STATEMENT which was
made earlier in the day, con-
cluded:
"Violence such as this will
serve no cause but to undermine
the prospects for peace in this
area. We further believe that it
is time for all responsible gov-
ernments to make clear that
whatever their political differ-
ence, such inhuman acts must
be severely condemned and
those who carry them out dealt
with severely."
McCloskey was asked by news
men it the events caused second
thoughts about U.S. support for
the Security Council resolution
condemning Israel's April 12
commando raid into Lebanon fol-
lowing the Kiryat Shemona mas
sacre on April 11.
McCloskey replied, "It is al-
ways the intention and desire of
the United States to vote on the
merits and no one incident may
be the same as the other."
HE ADDED that he would "not
want to anticipate a vote. I think
the sense of outrage is reflected
in the Secretary's statement."
In Rome, Pope Paul VI con-
demned the terrorist attack in
Maalot. A cable sent by the Vati-
can Secretary of State Jean Car-
dinal Villot to the Papal delegate
in Jerusalem, Msgr. Pio Laghi,
said the Pontiff was "saddened
by the very grave act of violence
in Maalot today which he pro-
foundly deplores as repugnant to
the conscience of humanitv."
THE POPE'S message, issued
May 15, added that the Pontiff
was "particularly concerned"
about the fate of the hostages
and called on Msgr. Laghi to in-
form the Israeli authorities and
through them, the families of the
children, of his "participation in
their anguish and the assurance
of his prayers to the Most High."
Pope Paul appealed for the
avoidance of further bloodshed,
"so that the young hostages can
be restored without delay, un-
harmed, to their homes."
ONE MUST admit that these
are poetical words, indeed. But
what are the "shadows" Brandt
deplored in Cairo? Germany's
near-conquest of Egypt in World
War IH
What are the "domestic prob-
lems" he regretted?
Or "the darker epochs of his-
tory"?
Whatever one's interpretation,
they suggest a time in Germany's
post-war days that were alien to
its nature, a time of detente with
the Jews it had previously vic-
timized under Hitler, now to be
replaced by a new kind of vic-
timization of Jews for oil:
"The Federal Republic of
Germany," he declared, "remains
true to the decisions of the
United Nations Security Coun-
cil .. the conclusions drawn
in both November, 1967, and in
October, 1973."
(These are the absurd Reso-
lution 242. following the Six-Day
War. since interpreted by the
Arabs only as they have wanted
to read it, and the equally ab-
surd in-place ceasefire following
the Yom Kippur War both
aimed at giving the Arabs vic-
tories they couldn't achieve on
the battlefield.)
"The vital interests of the Pal-
estinians must be taken into ac-
count if we are to have a lasting
and just peace in the Middle
East."
SO DETERMINED is Bonn to
keep its oil pipeline open at
whatever cost to its political in-
tegrity, that Brandt's Palestine
testament, which he believed to
be the last word the/subject
satisfactory' to all sides (except,
of course, Israel, but that could
hardly matter), failed to take
into account the deep-seated di-
vision among the various Arab
factions themselves.
But Brandt's myopic under-
standing of the Middle East
struggle is not the issue. Neither
is West German's betrayal of the
spirit of "Wiedergutmachung"
generally.
THE ISSUE is the nationalistic
view of the Middle East, and of
most other questions affecting
Europe today, that this views ex-
emplifies.
It is hardly likely that Brandt ;
successor will change German
policy. Ditto for the new govern-
ments in France and England, as
well as in Greece and Italy, for
that matter.
(Portugal, Europe's poorest
and weakest nation, is paradoxic-
ally Europe's last colonial "pow-
er" in the truest and most neg-
ative sense of the word, and iti
new regime remains an anom-
aly.)
Both in Algeria and in Cairo,
Brandt made much of his state-
ments on the UN resolutions and
the Palestinians as being "with-
in the context of the policy of
the nine member-states of the
European Community ... as ex-
pressed at the 'summit' meeting;
in Copenhagen last December
(1973)."
BUT THE EEC is not symbolic
of a united Europe, as I suggest-
ed in a column here last week.
It is now an exercise for a
Europe divided against itself,
with member states looking out
mainly for themselves.
The quarter-century of phe-
nomenal growth after World War
II has taught the Europeans
nothingneither the victors nor
the vanquished.
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* Jewish flcrkfiati
Page 13-A
ncient Jewish Art of Exorcism Not Dead
ly RICHARD YAFFE
an Chronicle Syndicate
ancient Jewish art* of
ism are not dead in the
Id States where, according
[modern Progressive rabbi,
have been exercised with
ss in two recent instances.
sbi Eugene Lipman, of Tem-
smai in Washington, D.C.,
Bg in "Reform Judaism," the
jcation of the Union of
rican Hebrew Congregations,
of the case of a distinguish-
fienna-born American lawyer
wife never adjusted to the
from Nazi Europe to the
i States.
;r DEPRESSION, Rabbi
r.an writes, took her in and
r hospitals.
home, she devoted herself
iking tender care of her hus-
who suffered from a serious
condition. In the hospital,
ver, she "launched a tirade
a language they had
to each other for
in German,'
not spoken
years.
"Hysterically, she cursed him,
using words he didn't even know.
Then she forced him to leave the
room.
"A few hours later she was
dead.
"Six weeks after her funeral,
the lawyer asked to see the rab-
bi. He could not eat, he could not
sleep, he could not work. 'I have
been cursed,' he screamed, tears
streaming for the first time since
her death. Cursed? Hexed? A
Jewish intellectual? Could any
Jew be cursed? Yes he could, and
he was.
"The rabbi used a 20th cen-
tury version of exorcism to ban-
iih the curse, permanently."
THE SECOND case cited T>y
Rabbi Lipman, which he says is
also true, concerns a psychiatrist
who asked his rabbi whether he
believed in the possibility of dyb-
buk. possession the taking
over of another's body by a dis-
embodied soul, thus creating a
person with two souls at war
with each other in one body.
"Then he (the psychiatrist) re-
cited the facts," Rabbi Lipman
continues.
"For ten years his patient had
been immobilized almost daily by
a physical ailment all doctors
were persuaded was psychogenic
(induced by the mind). After
three years of intensive psycho-
therapy, all the clinical data ap-
pealed to be in, and the patient's
self-understanding was clear. But
the almost daily invalidism did
not go away.
"THE INCIDENT which had
triggered the illness was also
clear. If this patient was in fart
possessed by a dybbuk, the spir-
it was that of the deceased
spouse.
"Because the patient an edu-
ro-Arab Body Gets Oil Funds
I WASHINGTON (JTA)
be head of a pro-Arab organiza-
on has disclosed that oil com-
gnies support his group but de-
lined to specify how much money
ras being contributed or to iden-
the firms.
The disclosure was made by
tahn P. Richardson, president of
the American Near East Refugee
V;d (AXERA) during a hearing
tefore a House Foreign Affairs
subcommittee which began hold'
ing a series of hearings last fall
the international protection of
human rights and U.S. policy to-
countries where gross vio
f;.: ns have occurred.
RICHARDSON, long identified
. \iab activities here wa
four witnesses who
.. thai the Israeli occupa-
orities In th West Bank
:... p were viol
I his.
th f three witm -
ilar charges, wi re Dr.
Shahk, professor of or-
r-hemistry at Hi br -w l*ni-
n Jerusalem and chair-
Israel League for
.n and Civil Ri hts; M
B 'ssiouni, nrofessoi ol
1 Univ T-itv in Chi-
Dr W, T. Mallison Jr.
ial law speclall I al
Washington Unh
I ol.
Und, questioning by '; P- ]-
ter Wolfl N.Y.), Richard
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"Yes, Indeed." Richardson re-
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broaden his activities in an ap-
parent reference to the cruelties
inflicted on Jews in Syria and
Iraq. None of the witnesses, how-
ever, offered to discuss this prob-
lem.
Dr. Shahk charged that the
Israeli military destroyed homes
of Arabs in the administered ter-
ritories who were suspected of
anti-Israel activity.
However, in replying to Rep.
Benjamin A. Gilman (R., NY),
he indicated doubt that Syria
would hold a fair trial of two
Jews the government has charged
with the murder of four Syrian
Jewish women.
DR. SHAHK ,.iui that the Is-
raeli government has not pre
d him from making the same
I es in Israel' He stated thai
i- in the U S. financed his
hi and Identified one of
N irton Mezvi
of Connecticut State College.
th l',.-- siounl lison
charged Israel with violations of
.'!. a Conven
obligations towi tns in oc-
cupied territory.
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ssi I skepticism ab ml a
Syrian complain! that Isr
kil'ed 30 Svrians notinv thai th"
Syrians did not produce any
evidence to substantiate this
charge.
On the other hand, Wilson de-
clared, Israel "had no trouble
providing the bodies" of Israeli
soldiers who were beheaded.
REP. JONATHAN Bingham
(D.. N.Y.) suggested that another
hearing be held to give the Is-
raeli point of view regarding the
occupation. He stated that tho
"quality of the Israeli occupa
tion is extraordinarily high in
the history of occupations'" grant
ing, however, that "the picture is
not perfect."'
He noted, too. that the Israeli
b irders are open and that Arab-
are permitted to enter and leave.
Committee sources told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
about Ihe role of Is
occupation policy was
si heduled because "Arabs had de
led to be h ;ard" after the
pan nl of three Israeli soldier
re captured during the
Yom Kippur War and are still
m >rs, had urged l
-. sever I weeks a [o to I
the POWs and
about their release.
Until Last month, the Syrian:
m fu I to permit Red I
i \ iol ition if the G 'neva Con
vention.
cated, cultured, very American
Jew about 50 years of age
could not possibly be expected to-,
believe- in dybbuks, the tradi-,
tional formula of exorcism could
not be employed, filled as it was
by evocations of good angels.
"However, the rabbi was able
to find 20th century' language,
imagery and actions to loosen
the hold of the dybbuk. Finally
the spirit was left at the grave
of the deceased spouse. The ill-
ness has not recurred."
RABBI LIPMAN declares that
there is no essential difference
conceptually between "either the
techniques used by the rabbis in
the two true stories I have cited
and the iechniques used by psy-
chotherapeutic practitioners in
dealing with some forms of emo-
tional illness.
"If the patient has faith
(transference) in the authority
(therapist), evil (illness) is erad-
dicated and is succeeded by good
(health).
"Whether the therapist is an
MD with psychiatric training or
a rebbe with rabbinical training
can be important, depending on
what the possessed (ill! person
can accept as charismatic author-
ity and on what kind of language
symbols are acceptable to both."
Rabbi Lipman hastens to add
that he is not suggesting that
psychothcrapeutic processes and
exorcism are identical, "but they
can interscent on occasion, how-
ever.
"In addition, a wise psychia-
trist can himself recognize
that the Irontier of his healing
a:t ha:: been reached and the
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a different, in that case a spirit-
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For Coalition
By Friday \
Continued from Page 1A
Sapir. who has headed the Fi-
nance Ministry for the past 18
years, is making it increasingly
clear that he does not want to
sci \c in the new government.
In an interview just published
in Maariv and in a speech in Tel
Aviv the other day, he said he
would rather concern himself
with problems of aliya and would
seek to join the Jewish Agency
Executive, though he has not
made a final decision.
That was interpreted as an in-
dication that Sapir would be a
candidate for the vacant chair-
manship of the Jewish Agency
and World Zionist Executives
when the Jewish Agency General
Assembly convenes in Jerusalem
next month.
If he runs, he is considered
certain to get the dual post. Act-
ing chairman Leon Dulzin, cur-
rently the leading candidate, has
said he would drop out of the
race if Sapir decided to enter it.
SHOULD SAPIR decline to
serve in Rabin's Cabinet, the
three most likely candidates
mentioned for Finance Minister
are Deputy Premier Yigal Allon,
Information Minister Shimon
Peres and Housing Minister Ye-
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showing against Rabin in the
contest for the Labor Parly lead-
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*Jenist HtrndHain
Friday. May 24, 1974
At The Foot Of Mt. Sinai
JWV Post, Aux.
Memorial Held
At Mt. Nebo
Religious Services
By Rabbi TIBOR H. STERN
Jacob C. Cf.h Community Synagogue
^ tthin a few days we shall ob-
serve the festival of Shavuos,
which marks the eternal eo:
ment of the
Jew to the
laws of Sinai.
With it we
can survive,
without it we
have no
chance.
We have
made the
choice and a
Israel's survival is independent
of the woild situation. External
force1; will not uphold her. nor
will they ever be abJe to destroy
her.
My diagnosis of Amei
Jewry is a positive one and a con-
structive one. We experiei
shocking disappointment in the
establishment, it ie beginnim.- to
rock the Jewish community. Our
youth is rejecting all the half
tiuths and conventional mock-
eries of religion introduced un-
der the guise of liberalism.
The non-halachie Judaism is
an empty shell of idolatry, void
of moral substance and of so-
wise one. we ca]iecj socjaj redeeming value.
have assum- Unless Orthodox Jews will offer
ed a respon- the young generation a chance
Rabbi Stern sibility and a to climb upon Mount Sinai to re-
just one. and we are privileged ceive the Tablets again, they will
mimi Rabbi Eugene Labuvitz. Cantor Ed.
minmi ward Kleir *>a
A H A V A T SHALCV. CONGREGA. ,u (. m v, nd ,.,. m g
TION. 995 SW 67-.n Avo. Orthodox^ Rf, Cantor Aron Ber Arcr. 1 ,_, Sermn.
The Department of Florida anshe en to serve without regrets.
We hear voices of absurdity,
the echoes of the prophets of
doom. The Jews of the United
States are in danger of assimila-
are Satanic.
and Ladies Auiliary. Jewish Wa:
Veterans, will conduct memorial
service foi :'?e nation's fallen
dead al ''" Nebo Cemetery, 5505
NW 3rd St., Sunday a: 11 a.m.
Rabbi Ralph Z. Gli man will of-
ficiate.
Irving Solomon. Department
Chaplain, said that a JWV-JWVA
group will hold memorial serv-
ices at sea from the deck of a
U.S. Coast Gua:d vessel at 2:30
p.m. the same day.
Department Commander If.
Jay Beriiner and state Auxiliary
President Shirley Tragash will
recite memorial prayers before
casting wreaths into the water.
Department of Florida flags
will be carried in the annual
West Miami Memorial Day pa-
rade Monday by Boy Scout Troop
7 of West Miami.
Ccmervat ve. Cant-r Sol Pakowitz.
2
3ETH AM (Tetnoni. S9S0 N. KrndaV
D-. S. Mtfm Refcr.. .Rabbi Her
bert M. Baumaard. Associate R*bti
Barry Altman. 3

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thodox. ibbi r'Nnsat A. Weberman
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CONGREGA1 /ON fcTZ CHAIV. 1&44
44 Wathirgtor A. |
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 17i0 79th St. Causeway,
Nort- Bay Village. Conservative,
Cantor Murray Yavnth. S2-A
C-'"y.T've, Rabbi S-l Landau
Cantor William W. Llnson. a
Cancer League
seek, as they already do, some-
thing that will appeal to them
even though it is strange and
hostile to their mentality and
emotion.
This shock is bringing back our
tion. the Jews of Israel are in youth ,0 Torah if no, )n quan. xJ}nnnr J\t,nt'lltUil1
danger of annihilation. These tity. but sure enough in quality. '*"""" *"" UVVU
voices must be silenced, these A total solution to the problem The Barbara Haven Biscavne
of our survival is a total commit- Cancer League was to hold'if
ment to Torah. If we have pri- 15th annual Donor Luncheon at
orities in our obligations, the the Playboy Plaza Hotel Thurs
3ETH DAVItJ. ttei. SW 3rd Alt AGUDAS ACmim NUSACH SEFAM
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St.. Ml.
ami Beach Orthoaox. Rabbi Mop,
decai Chaimowt'ts.
NORTH MIAMI BIACK
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 101)
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conservative,
Rabbi M ilcn Schlinsky. Cantor Ian
Alpern. *j
AGUDArH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center. 192SI
N.E. 3rd / *e Orthodox. SJ-A
BETH TORAH. 1051 N. Miami Bead
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lid.
set. it j Cantor Jacob B. Mend*.. .- <
V of M Prof.
Writes Book
A small ha:id lens can be the
key to the discovery of South rally thai can on.',
Florida^ natural won- if upity exj t, v./-, .. 0,Jr
ders, ording to Dr. John Ed- folds.
As the future lead p of
our peopl v ill be Ifted to the
Torah Jew, we mu it prepare our-
selves for such n spoi sib -

number one on the agenda must dav. honoring the members for
be the unification of klal Yis-
roel." The concept of 'one Israel.'
Orthodox Jews must leave the
door open for all dissidents to
re-enter the Torah gates: natu-
.>.''.! Hoffmeister, author of
"Land from the Sea: The Geologic
Story of S >uta Florida."
Published bj the University of
Miami Press, "Land from the
Sea" is the first book on South
Florida's geologic history, forma-
tions, and topography written cx-
pressly for the nonscientist.
Dr. Hoffmeister. professor
emeritus of the University of
Miami's Rosonstiel School of
Marine and Atmospheric Science,
describes in clear, concise detail
the unique geological features of
South Florida's manerove tracts
and bays, the Atlantic coastal
ridge, the Everglades, the Upper
and Lower Keys, and Key Bis-
cayne.
raising funds totaling some
S52.000 this year.
For the first time, husbands of
(lie members are participating in
the musical production for the
amusement of their wives and
their guests. The show is a satire
on today television production
Its theme is "Prime Time."
rii lirwomi n are Mr- Ro
Lustig, Mrs. Dan Klempner ami
Mr; Donald Bisenberg.
8ETH EL. 500 SW '7th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H Rnthm.n. f
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabni i4x Sha-
piro. CantaV Leon Sega!. Rev. Alex
Stahl. Rev. Mendel Gutterman.
BETH TIKVA. -e*"-""1 00"" Son-
set Dr. Rabbi Hiroshi Okamoto. 6-A
i- da) 8 i"> irni flneal BDeaitar will
by Katibl Sanford Sliaptro. director
. f [hi Southeast Healon of the I'aHi'
*ETH TOV (Temple?. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles r-"Jurrta\ Ii.ra-hat Itamldbar: .lie
Rubel. Cantor Seymoui Hinkea. 8 ''<' Veam Monday, Shavuoth: -It's
a 1 Bird II 11 Plan*. It'n Superman "
B'NAI ISRAEL AND GR E AT ER "pues<1nv "Thr Nine Command'
MIAMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE. 9600 merits."
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ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Ml-I Zwelling. Canter Jack Lerner St
AMI. 137 NE 19th Ct. Reform. Rabbi' ____.____
Joseph R. Narot '"I SINAI (Temple,, of NORTH DADI
Friday 8 p.m. Sermon: Are We .-, N_ A .*,", V.VJ
vVltneaaine: ihe Death ol L*w?" San- labM
day, 10 :. 1:1. "1 youna persona wrlll
1 onl .rrni Ralph P. Kingaley 'antor Irvino
Shulker j)
Prldaj k 11 p.n Teacher Recojrni-
ISrtAELITE CENTER. S175 SW 25th ''"'' **&*$ ~ V.'?ni Hamorell In
S:. Conservative. Cantor Nathan hnnorlt?f Harry Bhopmahar. retirina
Parnasa ti a',er ,b van of teaenini!. an Frldaj 6 p.m Saturdaj I tl am and !. '' ', !'*,v "'"", ;l "1 'V'
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St Conaervative. Rarbi Dav d M
Baron. Cantor Beniamin Ben An. 13
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Avi- Conssrvatee. Pabbi Maun.
Kie n. U
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'9th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov
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AMI 950 NE I71t St Orthodoa
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ser\,:,vc. Rabh. Norman Shap.ro
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stot. Cantor R:ta <-.-. 4(
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SYNOPSIS OF THt WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
B amid B or
"And the Lord spoke unto Moses in the wilderness of Sinai
. (Chapters IIV. 20)
mon^'I'i? CE-NS,l;S: At Sjnai on Owl day of the second
month (Iyar) in the second year after the exodus from Egvpt
Moses and Aaron, assisted by a leader chosen from each of the'
... # WT cT'T'anded by God t0 count a" males over the
age of 20. who automatically became ..able for military service
h found that 603.550 men were available for defense during
the march through the wilderness. The Levites were excluded
f.om he general census because of their special duties connected
with the sanctuary.
werPA,R,RhANGEM,ENT, F THE CAMP: 0lder and discipline
were to he maintained whether the i raelites were stationary or
Lnctua" vT,',. TP W3S arrangtd M 3 WI1 with the
sanctua, > ,n the center, protected ,,. .,11 four sides by the tents
hLrin ,T ThCr12 "^ dlVid lnl fU'- ""***, each
bearing the name of its leading tir which formed the outer
cordon. Judah, together with Iasach, and Zebulun, were sta-
J i ,thfl! e^t: Reub"> > 8.1 and Gad on the south:
hpnraim with Manasseh and Ben
with Asher and Naphtali on the 11
contingent of Judah took the le.
Ephraim, with Dan in the rear
LEVITES AND THEIR DL'Til
1 on the west; and Dan
When on the march, the
illowed by Reuben and
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-he first born of all the
tribes had originally been deelar, d | ,0 be sanctified to His
service; sub ouently the Levites had proV(,d themselves
J2J Uu Privilege by rallyin ,. Moses after the inS
dent of the golden calf. Moses ua, f0,c commanded to ap-
foTh! ,StAl!,e Smi,Ce "' i'r"acle in substitution
K ,h k AC ,n*."ndor "0" of the priests, the
Koha.i,. harged with the ,. bilily of the sacrificial
services ;. mple and the I, charged with the re-
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Joseph Gcrflnkel. Cantor Yehuda
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MOGAN OAVID CONGREGATION
9348 Harding Ave, Orthodox Rabbi
Isaac O Vire. Cantor Leib-la
Levine
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Oakland Park Blvd. Rabhi Philip A
Labowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. 41
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University D-. Rabbi Max Wtita 44
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Page 15-A
Kissinger on Verge of Diplomatic Coup
By JOSEPH ALSOP
Los Angel** Tunes syndicate
[WASHINGTON At the mo-
ent, this city is Watergate-be-
Itted to the point of being lu-
ptic. A senatorial announcement
at the President is far from a
n man surely an obvious
|ct engages universal and
is. ionate attention.
'Meanwhile the promise of this
htury's most dazzling d.ulo-
latie feat is getting a.most zero
I tion.
IFOR THE few who are ire. however, it is still worth
|ting that Dr. Henry A. K:s-
,ei peripatetic negotiations
1 he Middle Fast are
A. r to .success than has ap-
Hsred on the surface.
Ill tney succeed, moreover, this
1 be an unprecedented
pumph of kmgheade! di;)l
and by :i!i A -Ce-
llar) of State, at that. So the
'.v uiio are still .-:<:' may aho
interested in what u really
Ippening.
i the nature of the pi
I : : at is not as yet grasped in
JOStPH ALSOP
Washington's political commu-
nity. On one condition, in brief.
Eaypt, the key nation of the
whole .Middle Fast will soon
execute a decisive reversal of
alliances.
THAT MEANS a fina! break
in the longstandifl Er.ptian ties
:> Moscow, amounting to E->;>-
tian dependence on Mo.-cow in
: any r spects 111 further
f >rn .'.j, much
closer tie- with the United
51 ites.
Thai evir. mean- Egypt get-
. .- from this country in-
stead of the Soviet Union, with
the help of the Saudi Arabians
and the Kuwaitis, who will foot
the bill for Egyptian rearma-
ment from Western- sources.
These will not be trifling de-
velopments. If they take place,
they will be world-changing de-
velopments. Moreover, they are
solely dependent on Dr. Kissin-
ger organizing some kind of mu-
tual disengagement by the Syr-
ians and the Israelis.
THIS IS the condition that
Egypt's President Anwar el-Sa-
dat is waiting to see fulfilled.
Fulfillment of Sadat's condi-
tion is al.-o more likely than any-
one realizes for several different
reasons. To begin with. Secretary
Kissinger has a shrewd habit of
stressing the difficulties to be
surmounted whenever he hopes
to achieve something really ma-
jor.
Thus the reports from the ne-
gotiating from have been unduly
somber.
TO GO ON with, it ;s becom-
ing more and more probable with
r\ j day that pases that the
Soviets lack the needed a-sets in
Damascus to do what they des-
perately long to do: This is to
put a spoke the size of eight
railroad ties in the wheel of Dr.
Kissinger's diplomacy.
The Soviets would have those
assets, to be sure, if they were
willing to take the ultimate risks.
But the Moscow leaders have
apparently decided they cannot
promise the Syrians direct and
open Soviet military support in
a renewed war against Israel.
Thus the balance in Damascus
more and more favors President
Sadat's chief Syrian fuend. Pres-
ident Hafez Assad.
THESE ARE the facts that lie
behind the mysterious but bland
communiques issue! after Secre-
taiy Kissinger's two meetings
with the Soviet foieign minister,
Andrei Gromyko.
That leave- the deferences be-
tween the Syrians and th-' Is
raelis, which may be described
as the difference between five
kilometers and 12 kilometers
In other words. Dr.
is apparently
the Israelis to < tat their
Syrian conquests of the last war.
Press Reports are Mideast Stereotypes
B> DAVID FRIEDMAN
NEW YORK (JTA> The
ige of the Middle East by
American Press has been
Hied sensational and based on
tereotypei of both Arabs and
sr^elis.
This was the consensus of a
fcanel discussing. "Is There a
|swish Bias? Coverage of the
Iiddle East." during the third
kn.nual A. J. Liebling convention,
Sponsored by "More." a journal-
sm review magazine, and attend-
ed by some 1,300 writers and
(ournalists.
PAUL JACOBS, a write: and
lember of the Institute of Policy
ftudies. said that American
^r.'s* coverage is based on a gen-
American and Western bias
Reward the Arabs, and reporters
generally write to fit stereotypes
fhey have of the Arabs.
He said that while there is no
iJewiah pressure in the United
jStat.'- on reporters, there is on
[editors. He said all criticism of
siael in American press only
conns from Israelis and not
bawricans. In addition he
I that since 1948 Israel
iad been an ally of the U S. in
klie Cold War and the press,
ire, favors friends over
Inemies.
NOAM CHOMSKY, an MIT.
linguist and left-wing critic of
Israel, said the press has not
provided a fo-. um to explain the
reasons for Palestinian antago-
nism toward Israel and a discus-
sion of Israels security prob-
lems.
He said the media view of Is-
rael is that of an 'embattled de-
mocracy," but it is actually a
democracy for Jews but not for
Israeli Arabs.
Chomsky said the greatest fail-
ure of the American press is that
up to October. 1973. it had not
adequately described the criti-
cism by Israelis of Israeli secur-
ity policies, particularly that of
creating Jewish settlements in
occupied territory.
He said there had been a great
deal of criticism within Israel but
this could not have any influence
without suppot from the U.S.
HE SAID the people who pre-
vented this criticism from ap-
pearing in the U.S. press must
sl u' some responsibility for the
outbreak of the Yom Kippur War
which, he asserted, was due to
the policy of settlement tor se-
curity reasons which neverthe-
less left I-rael even more in-
secure.
Israel Forms Security Unit
In Wake of Shemona Attack
JERUSALEM (JTA) Is-
la !' care-taker cabinet has
aan.ed an 11-member Ministerial
le ,i ity Committee, headed by
'itnuer Golda Meir. which will
leal with sensitive mat-
new body was estah
|t: the recomn rtdnt i n f the
Lgranat Committee
the previous system unwieldy.
UNTIL now, the entire 22-mem-
br cabin.-t tran-foimed itself
into a Security Committee when-
ev pressing matters of national
security came up and he.d its
delibe 11 in in itri test secrecy.
The new smaller body wit! con-
e to nu.t in camera. Under
Isiaeli law. a ministerial commit-
tee can make decisions that applj
lo the government as a whole
However, it does not prevent
'.ill cabinet from declaring
,i-.i; a Security Committee in in-
stances when it wants to ke
deliberations secret.
Such was the ease when the
Cabinet heard repoits or. the mil-
itary situation on the Syrian
front from Defense Minister
Moshe Dayan and Chief of Staff
Sen. Mordechai Gur.
NO INFORMATION was dis-
' i e i -'"!> ign Minister Abba
i on relations with
the U.S. aftermath of
American -u?port for the Secur-
ity Council resolution condemn-
ing Is1.1. .'- Apr. 12 commando
raid into Lebanon.
Eban said that "American-Is-
raeli relations are not solely ex-
pressed by this resolution, but
the American vote was serious in
Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg, presi-
dent of the American Jewish
Congress, called for a less sensa-
tional reporting of both sides in
the Middle East.
He said most of the reporting
that comer out of Israel is sensa-
tional and is tending now to be
more partisan against Israel.
He said the only time he and
other American Zionists receive
great coverage in the press if
when they make critical state
ments about Israel. He said the
coverage of the Palestinians ro-
manticize them.
AMOS AI.ON, an Israeli jour-
nalist and author, criticized most
of the coverage in the American
press of foreign countries as sen-
sational and as "tourist reports."
He said there was no Jewish
bias in the U.S. press, but a bias
against both Israelis and Arabs
which doesn't show how they ac-
tually live and feel.
He said the Israelis depicted in
the press are "not real Israelis
but stage Israelis" which he said
followed the stereotype two-di-
mensional characters portrayed
by Leon Uris' Exodus" both as
a book and a film.
ALON SAID that whenever an
Israeli criticizes his government
he receives good coverage. He
noted thai his own book. "The Is-
raelis: Founders and Sons."
which was critical of the Israeli
e-tablishment. was reviewed on
the front page of the New York
Times Book Review Section
while hundreds of hooks praising
Israel do not get this coverage.
He said the real story of Israel
is not that it made a desert
bloom, which, he noted, others
can do. but that as a nation fac-
ing war and the fear of extermi-
nation for 26 years it has remain-
ed a democracy.
RICHARD SMITH, of News-
week, said there was a Jewish
bias in the press, but the rea-
sons are that the Jewish com-
munity demands news from Is-
rael, so there is more news about
it; Israel's public relations tech-
niques are more effective than
the Arabs: I. rael is an open so-
ciety, so more people are willing
to talk to journalists than in
Arab countries, and until recent-
ly the Arabs have had a credibil-
ity gap because for years Arab
spokesmen have exaggerated
widelv the true situation.
and may also be able to get them
to pull back five kilometers be-
hind the 1967 ceasefiie line.
THIS PULLBACK would put
the Israeli forces behind th
ian town of Kuneitra. The Syr-
ians are insisting on a further
seven kilometer pullback, half-
way to the Golan Heights them-
selves.
This would include some in-
tervening high ground the Is-
raelis would much like to hang
on to for they have a well-
founded fondness for high
ground.
And these seven klhmeters
con-titute the gap Dr. Kissm-
4i'.'- diplomacy must somehow
bridge.
It is not sure that he will
b:idge the gap. but it seems In-
creasingly Ilk
FOR ONE thi i
secretary of stal edibly
:h. is now b multa-
neously treated .:
ber of the Israel ibii I
and t ind he
- i being mon
treaw .1 a- :, -. i f t':e
Syrian cabinet.
I I
a- now at'. ine is the source
his
|j person |
K.-sin-
ger has bei
only included in the recent for-
i
which got a whisper of
notice.
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eJewiislii Floridian
Women's Division Installs;
Mrs. Levine Guest Speaker
Miami, Florida Friday, May 24, 1S74
Section B
Askew in Statement on Maalot;
Mournful Prayers Held Here
In immediate response to the
Maalot massacre. Florida Gov.
Reubin Askew issued a statement
list Friday declaring:
"At a time when genuine ef-
forts are being made to bring
ugagemeot on the battlefield
and lasting peace throughout the
Middle East, the world can only
be shocked and outraged at the
less killing and wounding
of children at Maalot "
FRANK J. MAGP.ATH. direc-
tor of the Florida Region of the
National Conference of Chris-
til and Jews, joined NCCJ in
ving that The members of
thi United Nations who have
tenth refused unequivocal-
ly to condemn Arab terrorism,
and to take effective measures
against it. share a grave moral
responsibility for the tragedy of
Maalot."
Commenting en the national
ment bv Dr. Bernhard E. 01-
S( i national director ( .
us affairs of NCCJ. Magrath
"But so d i thi -tians
throu{ o the world who,
silence and inac-
.
port for these abomina-
I
. ;oincd over i kend
upre >si ig th( Ir shock and
MIAMI MAYOR Maurice Ferre
Via or
r.. mtingent
th< Greater wish
Federal i hei the; I I
ed a group Including M tro Com-

i :.!.:;. r John B
President of the Gi. .:. t Miami
\ oci il i,
ibed the
, outra t the coniiriu-
:.ialot attack, which
.! as .m attack on
the civilized world."
! bbi Berger, in his statement
. : : unit;
nounved thi special "bereave-
ment prayers" that were held at
weekend services in Greater Mi-
ami synagogues.
"WE REQUEST that all chil-
dren and teen-agers attend these
services to link them to the inno-
cent victims in the school houie
at Maalot," he said.
Kabbi Berger also called on
'all people of good will in Dade
County to attend their respective
houses of worship to join in
prayer for an end to such acts of
inhumanity."
Commissioner Cain reported
for Mayor Orr that he was "ap-
palled bv man's inhumanity to
man and in this case toward
children."
MAYOR FERRE noted that
the tragedy "is a tragedy for all
people."
Protest marches th-ouehout
County included a N< rth
Shore Park Memorial at Skylake
Shopping Center, and hun-
of mourners, carrying a
I:aped black coffin, march-
| to Temple Menorah for serv-
ices led by Rabbi Mayer Abrani-
owitz
The marchers chanted "Am
V jroel Chai" "The People of
Israel Live.'
Veu have sung the song!
., ed Rabbi A-
"Now, you must cry for
the young people whose lives
have been snuffed out.'
A GATHERING uas also held
| Federal Uuilding in down-
Miami, an,! Young Judaea
ti rs prepan d petiti i
use :o the
rism.
A prayer meel
da) ii d i Mia i i
ilman Philip Sahl,
Idaughter is an Israeli sol-
The service attracted D
participants and onlook'
gathering at the Lincoln
Mall and featured an address by
Rabbi Phineas Webcrman.
A "minyan" of college stu-
The Honorable Shepard Broad, chairman of the board of
trustees of Barry College, joined a crowd of over 400 who
gathered to honor Sister Dorothy Browne, O.P., Ph.D. (left),
at the college's fourth annual President's Dinner Wednes-
day evening, May 8. Sister Dorothy, now in her 11th and
final year as president of Barry College, will be succeeded
by Sister Trinita Flood. O.P., who is presently vice president
for Academic Affairs of Barry College. Master of cere-
monies was board member Ralph Renick; Shepard Broad
and Miami Mayor Maurice Ferre gave special tributes to
Sister Dorothy for her outstanding contributions to the col-
lege and the community.
dents led by Rabbi Stanley Ring-
ler, held a brief service at the
President's Key Biscayne resi-
dence on Friday afternoon.
RABBI RINC.I.ER, who led
the students in the memorial
kaddish, and the kiddush, in
sanctification of life, asked:
"How long must this go on?
When will the civilized world
raise its voice and lift its body
out of the cesspool of moral hy-
pocrisy and ethical decay?"
In a letter delivered to Mr.
Nixon's reprejentative. the stu-
dents linked the failure of the
UN Security Council to condemn
a previous terrorist raid on
Kiryat Shemona to the latest ter-
rorist horror.
Jacqueline (Mrs. Howard) Le-
vine, president of the American
Jewish Congress National Wom-
en'.-. Division and a vice president
of the American Jewish Con-
gress, will be the guest sp-
at the Greater Miami Jewish Fed
eration Women's Divi.-ion insta!
lation of officers for 1975 Thurs-
day, May 30.
The function will recognize
both incoming and outgoing of-
ficers of the Federation's Worn
en's Division. A special tribute
will honor the more than 250 vol-
unteers who have contributed
their time and talents to the Fed-
eration and its member agencies
at the installation.
Ms. Levine will also address a
community meeting of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress on "New
Crises in Jewish Life." The meet-
ing, which is open to the public,
is scheduled for 8 p.m. Wednes-
day in the Federation building at
4200 Biscayne Blvd.
Jacqueline Levine is active in
community and Jewish affairs in
F,.--.-ex County. N.J.. as well as
nationally in the American Jew-
ish Congress. She was national
chairman of the Women's Com-
mittee of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds
from 1909-1971 and sits on the
Large City Budgetary Conference
of the Council.
Ms Levine was chairman of
MRS. HOWAkD LEVIHt
the Soviet Jewry Committee of
the leadership Conference of Na-
tional Jewish Women's Organiza-
tions in 1971 and 1972. She is a
member of the Board of Trustees
of the Jewish Community Federa-
tion of Metropolitan New Jersey
and was recently elected presi-
.lent of the Soviet Jewry Commit-
tee of the Federation's Commu-
nity Relations Committee.
Las) year, Ms. Levine was one
ei the two first women vice chair-
ns of th" National Jewish
Community Relations Advisory
Coar.... (NJCRAC).

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Friday, May 24, 1S74
Kaufman Elected By Local
American Red Magen David
Howard fc. Kaufman. Miami
Beach financial consultant, has
been elected president of the
Greater Miami Chapter of the
American R'd Magen David for
Israel. The organisation supports
activities of the Red Magen David,
l.-rael's official Red Cross service.
Samuel Reinhard of Miami
Beach was elected chairman of
the hoard of the Florida region
end David Col?man of Miami
B"ach was < beted Florda stat
pre ident of the American Red
Magen David. Both Reinhard an1
(V.eman are members of the na-
I board of directors of th?
agency.
;. ufman is \ Ice president of
liami Beach Chanter of the
".....lean Federation of Senior
Citizens and is president of the
A- o tion for B -tter Child Care
Development and Education. He
also is a rfirec'or of "Project In-
step.'" a ftderally-Tundea project
to develop service programs for
the elderly.
New vice presidents of the Red
Magen David's local unit include
Hyman Chabner. president of
Beth El Congregation; Sol Dres-
cher of Miami Beach, a national
board member of the American
Red Magen David: Mark D. Soro-
ko of Bal Harbour, a national
b^ard member; Franklin D.
Kreutzer and Gerald Schwartz,
past president of the South Flor-
ida Zionist Council.
New directors include Joseph
Handleman of Miami Beach, a
national board member; Norman
Reinhard: Abel Holtz. president
of the Bank of Miami Beach: Irv-
ing Firtel. president of the Great-
er Miami Hebrew Academy;
fOavid Taub, president of the
American Federation of Senior
( :i/ens and Peter Goldring.
3rd Annual International Folk
Festival Begin* Next Wednesday
The third annual City of Miami
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P-'-Vfi (fii; V".ar is the <;'> i
Miami International Ball and
Folk Music Show in the Grand
Banroom of the Everglades Ho>
td .Monday evening. The event is
open to the public: guests are
urged to wear their ethnic or na-
tional costumes. Complimentary
hors d'oeuvrea and a cash bar
will be available.
Another new event "ill b- the
Internationa! Bazaar with outdoor
i and food booths rentd by
th" city to persons of various na-
tions: among the merchants will
be Sem'no'e Chief Corey Osccola,
who will offer many hand made
Indian items such as carved cy-
press pieces, baskets, dolls, jack-
ets and skirts, Bazaar booths will
be bcated in Ba\ front Park just
north of the auditorium.
Some 1.500 persons represent-
ing more than 45 nationalise
and ethnic grouo are e\nect<>d
to participate in the various In-
ternational Folk Festival activ-
ities
The "Parade of Nations" Sat-
lirHov. June 1. in downtown Mi-
ami is expected to include par-
ticipants from Africa, America,
Argentina, Armenia, Bahamas,
Bolivia, Brazil, Great Britain,
China. Colombia. Cuba. Czecho-
slovakia. Ecuador, Haiti. Gar-
many, Greece, Hungary, Ir?'.and.
Israel. Jamaica. Mexico. Phiiip-
. Poland, Puerto Rico. Rus-
sia. Seminole Indian Reservation,
Scotland, Spain. Switzerland.
Trinidad, the Ukraine. Venezuela
and Yugoslavia.
BENEFIT The annual din-
ner and show sponsored by
\inha Delta Sigma, professional
adverti ing fraternity will ,i"
held Thursday, May 30, at the
I B Others Theatre Restau-
rant in the Miam; Merchandi i
Mart to raite scholarship funds
for advertising students in Flor-
ida colleges and universities.
Caribbean Hotel
Reopening For
Summer June 23
The Caribbean Hotel, which
occupies an entire oceanfront
block on Collins Avenue between
37th and 38th Streets, will launch
its summer season June 23. ac-
cording to Sam Schecter. owner
and general manager of the
Kosher facility which has been
completely refurbished.
The hotel has a long and grow-
in-: roster of guests who return
sea en aflti season, and the
Schecter family, which has op-
erated hotels in the Catskills for
many years, expect this summer
season to top all predictions.
Guests may swim in the Olym-
pic-site fresh-water pool, walk
the sandy In aches or enjoy the
private patio. The area is not
obstructed by adjoining build
ings, affording two more hours
of sunshine daily. The cool ocean
breeze keeps the Florida sun
comfortably warm and tanning.
The spacious rooms have ra-
dio. TV. air-conditioning and
heating t) insure guests the ul-
timate in year round comfort.
Daily services are conducted in
the private oceanfront synagogue
on the premises. Dancing, enter-
tainment and many social activi-
ties also await the quests.
The strictly Kosher dining
room features excellent food and
offers a breathtaking view from
all sides. The Caribbean chef ca
tera to special diets with sail
free, sugar-free and fat-free
m .,1s available.
Tne hotel also offers free
parking on the premi es.
Commissioners,
Civic Leaders
On Program
Next meeting of the Democrat!
Club of Miami is scheduled foi
Wednesday, June 5. at 8 p.m. a'
the Ca:illon Hotel.
The evening program will fea
ture Stuart L. Simon, attorney
whose topic will be "Justice i-
the Court," Theodora Skolnick
speaking as a representative of
the American Red Cross, and
Metro Commissioner Mike Cal
'noun who will speak on "Low
Cost Housing for the Indigent
and Aged."
Also on the program will b-
Mrs. Monna Lighte. civic leader,
who will give her version of "'
Am A Democrat." and Frnv Fan
natto. prcrident. Voters and Tax
payers of Mi mi. who will discus-
Political Psychology."
Wal'y Gluck. club president
will mod' rate the question and
ans er period.
UN Assn. Closes Season
The last meeting of the cur-
rent club year for the United
Assn. is scheduled for
Monday at 8 p.m. in the Wash-
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Miami Beach No. 330: A t^sti
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auxiliary president. Pearl Her-
man, will be held Sunday at noon
at the Delano Hotel.
North Shan No. 677: A ward
party at the Veterans Administra-
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Ilialeah Miami Springs No. 681:
Special memorial services will be
held at Temple Tifereth Jacob
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Celonel DavM Marcus No. 74'i:
Betty Ott, child welfare chair-
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fJenist fhrkBaun
Page 3-B
Real Estate Commission Text's
Language Called 'Prejudicial'
The Florida Regional Office of
the Anti Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith has charged the
Florida Real Estate Commission
with undermining support among
realtors for equal opportunity in
housing through the "prejudicial
language" on the subject of dis-
crimination in the Commission's
official Handbook.
Noting the Commission's Flor-
ida Real Estate Handbook is the
primary guide for realtors on
real estate regulations and busl-
Best practices, and is the requir-
ed text for persons studying to
pas; the test to become licensed
realtors. Richard Essen, vice
chairman of the ADL's Execu-
tive Committee said, "We are
shocked to find the opening sen-
tence of the Handbook's section
on discrimination begins as fol-
lows:
" 'The so-called question of
discrimination on account of
nationality, race, color and
religion has taken up a great
deal of time and attention of
politicians, ag:tators and
others during the last few
year*, and sometimes in-
trudes it. elf into the deal-
ings ol real estate brokers'."
E sen stated that the remain-
der of this section on discrimina-
tion is filled with language which
"clearly denigrates the moral
and ethical principles which un
defile our nation's civil rights
taws." He a Ided "II is d n
any pi tivi i eferi nee to real-
tors' res] on ibility to ensure
access to housing without
rd t i ie!i. ous, racial or
ethnic considerations."
A thur Ti il lbauin, director ol
ADL> Florida office, said the
is "inaccurate and mis-
en the matter of Fed-
in IV. and courl de
ci ioi
.....;. Is realtors
i.: ious and racial discri-
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when, in fact, the U.S. Supreme
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housing discrimination illegal
under any circumstances," Teitel-
baum continued.
"The Commission has failed in
its responsibility to realtors to
provide accurate guidance on the
substance of relevant Federal
civil rights laws and. therefore,
has endangered realtors by i \
posing them to Federal and pri-
vate litigation and Federal ad-
ministrative action."
In a letter to James E. Ilol-
lenbeck, Jr., chairman of the
Real Estate Commission, the
ADL called for the immediate
revision of the Handbook's sub-
stance and tone, to conform with
both the letter and spirit tH
Federal law and the public policy
of the State of Florida.
The League's spokesman said
the contents of the Handbook
came to its attention during the
course of one of its current in-
vestigations of housing discrimi-
nation in Florida against a per-
son of the Jewish faith.
Humanitarian Trophy To
Mrs. Alexander Kogan
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Alvin N. Long (right) presents the State of Israel Bonds Scroll
of Honor to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Marx at a recent "Night
in Israel" held at Royal Embassy, Miami Beach. The
Marxes were honorsd "for outstanding devotion and distin-
guished service in helping to speed Israel's economic de-
velopment" through the Israel Bonds program. Mrs. Ruth
Schaiizin and Long served as chairmen of the Israel Bonds
event.
Mrs. Alexander Kogan, vice
president of the Society for
Young Performers, was presented
prodigy, who received his thin!
scholarship this year from the f
society. Guest artists included
Tony Simone, tenor, who offered
operatic alias, and I.uz Morales,
soprano who presented operatic
excerpts. Mary Cironi of the Mi-
ami Opera Guild, was accompan-
ist.
Vv<. Kogan serves as vice presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Drama
League and is a past president
of Tempi- Emanu El Sisterhood
among her manv activities.
RUTH MOT/MAN, ROSE KOGAN
with tli" Hi- n 'd Human
itarian Trophj b) Ruth Bi otman
pres at a mi
reception May 3. The award to
'i- Kogan .on in recognition of
. i Ice i i i the d
cultural, idea ors in
the i ommunitj t n > er 20 s
Hoi i t at thi re< option
was Edi3 Di Ph li ipe general
manager of tha Israeli Opera
Company.
The n i lioa proaram f< atured
14 year-ol Dani ': 1 ssner. piano
Sen. Ed Gurney
Guest Speaker
At Judea Lodge
i" Pei ution of the Rus-
in the Time of Sta-
lin to the Present" will be dis-
cussed by Sen. Edward Gurncs
in a lectu i' sponsore I by the
of B'nai B'rith
Tuesday, al B p.m. in the audi-
torium of the Roney Plaza Aparl
ment*.
Sen. Gurney i- a member of
the Internal Security Committee
which has been investigating the
persecution of Jews in Russia
and other Communi: t controlled
countries. Sen. Gurney is also an
ardent supporter of Israel op-
po ng all Congressional hills
which tend to discriminate
against Isi
Each month. B'nai B'rith
son lectures on of in-
terest to the community, Judea
. i and it.- pr n chairman
w >re row ntlj awi plaque
for "the finest B'nai B'rith pro-
is" in the State of Fl
Chai i i p esident is Co nel Na-
than ll. Kutcher.
Tick ts foi the Tuesday lec-
ture which open to the public
m.v be obtained from Ben
Kutcher, program chairman.
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Youth Commission NCSY' Officers
To Be Installed At June 2 Dinner
The South Florida Youth Com-
mission of the Southern Region
of the National Conference of
RABBI 00V BIDNICK, JACK BASH
Synagogue Youth, (NCSY), an
affiliate of the Union of Ortho-
d;x Jewish Congregations of
America, has elected its officers
for the 1874-1975 term.
The Commission selected Jack
Bash, president; Rabbi Dov Bid-
rick, executive vice president;
Pabbi Milton Simon, educational
vice president, and Nat Spiejiel
of Skv Lake Synagogue as seore-
ta-v. Area vice p:?sidents in-
clude Norman Richman, South-
west: Steve Rantz, North Miami
Beach, and Bernard Loren, Mi-
ami Beach.
The new officers wrtl to in-
stalled by Rabbi Mayer Weiner,
Southern Region Director of
NCSY. at the founding dinner of
the organization, to be held June
2 at the Forte Towers, Miami
Beach. Entertainment by the
NCSY teens will be a highlight
of the evening.
The South Florida Commission
is concerned with the implemen-
tation of the orthodox develop-
ment of Jewish youth and the
development of adult education
lectures for a broadened base of
understanding of Orthodoxy in
South Florida. Many young peo-
ple have returned to the beliefs
of their ancestors through the
work of NCSY, which has a
membership of 25,000 through-
out the U.S. and Canada.
Master of Ceremonies for the
evening will be Miami Beach at-
torney Joshua Rephun.
Edward L. Rosenfeld
Takes Men's Club Helm
Edward L. Rosenfeld was
named to serve as president of
the Florida Region, National F.'d-
ID/.ARO I. RCSWllD
n "f Jewish Men's Club'.
; a r ent meeting held at Tem-
I Beth n, west paim Bea:h.
nfeld, ;' nat-ve of Milwau-
k< v. attended Law School
;' Marquette ni1.....sity and later
to the buiidinu business.
He was a member of the Be-'n Ki
Tamid Congregation of Mil-
kee and it Men1 Club, and
irter m'mber of the
i A/A Chapter of B'n.,: B'rith
in Mil
R isenfe'd is a former Chaplain
is Lodge No. 275.
F.vrAM. Miami Beach. Scottish
and the Mahi Shrine, a
ber of the George Gershwin
' Knights of Pvthias. Bnai
'. and i< immediate past
president of Temple Ner Tamid
Mi is Club.
Officers who will serve with
Rosenfeld are Sid Goldman,
Joseph Ahelow, Ernest Topper
and Reuben Lederman, vice presi-
dents; Ralph Fistel. treasurer; Max
Schwitzman and Al Solo, secre-
taries; and Rabbi David M. Baron,
spiritual advisor.
Rosenfeld and a delegation of
officers will attend the conven-
tion of the National Federation
of Jewish Men's Clubs to be held
in Los Angeles, Calif., at the Am-
bassador Hotel July 14 to 16. The
National Federation of Jewish
Men's Clubs is affiliated with the
United Synagogue of America and
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America.
Landau Photos
On Exhibit At
Activity Center
The 13 photographs of Gabri-
ela Landau entitled: "Lower Fast
Mde" were put on exhibition
Sunday at the South Beach Ac-
tivity Center, where they will re-
main for two weeks.
Mrs. Landau has had her pho-
;piis included in the pcrma-
' collection of the Brooklyn
M iseum and others were on ex-
hibitiofl in the University of
Lyons, in France, as part of an
exhibit of "Life in America."
Other photographs of Gabri-
ela Landau's have appeared in
exhibits in New York and Chi-
cago, and were published in the
New York Times.
Mrs. Landau is presently doing
an ethnographic study with pho-
tographs of the retired Jewish
residents of South Beach.
Mrs. Traktman At Helm
Of Florida Region ORT
Women's American ORT (Or-
ganization for Rehabilitation
Through Training) installed
Southeastern Florida Region of-
ficers for 1974-75 Mondav at the
B< ilia Hotel.
Headed by Mrs. Gerald Trakt-
man. president, the slate includes
Mrs. Sydney Kronish. executive
I tee chairman; Mrs. Wil-
liam Eelfer. Mrs. Joseph Kanter.
Mr.-,. Donald Martin. Mrs. Meyer
Rose, Mrs. Solomon Siegel, Mrs.
Steven Toback and Mrs. Silvie
Sprroni, vice presidents; Mrs. Sy
F'r.horn. vice president. Miami
BMCfl and Hi-RjSe Section: Mrs.
Howard Horn, vice president,
North Section; Mrs. Martin Der-
nis. vice president, South Section.
Also Mrs. Hy Naftel. Mrs. Nor-
man Brown and Mrs. Fritzie Leit,
secretaries; Mrs. Morris Apner,
treasurer: and Mrs. George
Rozan. parliamentarian.
Mrs. Louis Baron, past region
president, was installing officer
and she also installed presidents
of the 40 chapters which com-
prise the Southeastern Florida
Region.
Chairman of the installation
was Mrs. Jack Rafelove with co-
chairmen Mrs. S. Melvin Apothe-
ker and Mrs. FriUie Leit.
Moscow
Olympics
Studied
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Rep. Edvard I. Koch has re-
quested from Lord Killanin.
president of the International
Olympic Committee, a copy of
the committee's findings on the
harassment of Russian Jews and
Israeli athletes and journalists
during the World University
fames. The World University
Games were held in Moscow
eight months ago.
The International Olympic
Committee is responsible for the
selection of the locale of the 1980
Olympics.
MOSCOW HAS submitted a
bid to be the host city. Many fear
that the mistreatment of Jews at
the world games will be repeated
at the 1980 Olympiad if it is held
in Moscow.
In recent news stories, Lord
Killanin has been reported as
dismissing the seriousness of the
harassment of Jews at the World
University Games. At the same
time, he has indicated that the
committee's investigation still re-
mains uncompleted.
In his letter. Rep. Koch said:
'SEVEN MONTHS have now-
elapsed, and I would appreciate
hearing from you on your Com-
mittee's findings. The IOC will
begin reviewing prospective host
cities' bids for the 1980 Olympiad
in May. 1974, and surely the
committee's inquiry will bear di-
rectly on its consideration of
Moscow's bid.
"I know that you cannot guar-
antee that the tragedy of the
1972 Munich massacre will not
recur. But measures can. and
must, be taken to prevent that
dreadful possibilityif they arc
not, the record will show where
the responsibility lies."
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Clinical Social Workers
Hold Animal Meeting Here
Mrs. Ruth Frankenstein, execu-
tive board member of the Florida
Society for Clinical Social Work.
BU1H fKAMKtNSTtlN
announces that the National Fed-
eration of Societies lor Clinical
Social Work will hold it- annual
meeting at the Deauville Hotel
Friday through Sunday.
National Federation believes
that clinical social workers a an organization to provide a plan-
ned program for professional ad-
vancement and protection of their
interests and professional Image,
the first priority being legal reg-
ulation with standards.
The welcoming remarks will b?
given by Mrs. Frankenstein. Dr.
Patricia Hewitt. Congressional
advocate, will discuss national is-
sues including licensure. Bill Jett,
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the Texas Society for Social Pay-
chjJtherapy. will ^xphjre jj^jor
considerations in the formation
and development of Societies.
Jean l.ivermore-Sanville. MSW,
president of the California So-
ciety for Clinical Social Work,
will speak on 'Clinical Social
Work and Private Practice.*' Dr.
Helen l'inkus of Smith College
will be th" keynote speaker and
lead a pane! on "Issues on Clinical
Social Work." Registration will
1).' Friday from 1 to 7 p.m.
Mi-inbers of the Florida Society
for Clinical Social Work who have
been involved in this conference
are David Elkins, president of the
Florida Society for Clinical So-
cial Work. Ken Roberts, chair-
man of the planning committee;
Linda Brown and Nancy Elkins.
clinical social workers from Tam-
pa.
JWV Post, Aux.
Memorial Day
Services
Jewish War Veterans. West
viami Post and Ladies Auxiliary
No. 223. will hold their annual
Mi morial Day services Sunday at
9:30a.m. in tin- West Miami Open
Park. SW 57th Ct. and 16th
St.
Rabbi Charles Rubel, as- -tant
chaplain at the VA Hospital anrt
!>oiritual leader of Temple Beth
Tov, will conduct the services.
assisted by Cantor Seymour
Hinkes.
A memnr al wreath will he
placed at the base of the park by
Commander Potlock and Presi-
dent Bartlett.
Burglary Protection Topic
The Sisterhood of Temple Ti-
fereth Jacob, Hialeah. will hold a
general meeting at the temple,
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. An officer
from the Dade County Public
Safety Department will speak on
residential burglary protection.
Some 150 friends, including her "family" at the Miami Heart
Institute came to pay tribute to Mrs. Elise Adams on the
occasion of the dedication ceremony of the Nuclear Medi-
cine Suite she contributed in honor of Alfred G. Levin, M.D.,
(right) formsr Chief of Radiology. With them is Dr. Aaron
Katz, who is currently heading the Institute's Radiology De-
partment.
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Friday. May 24. 1974
Beth Sholom Graduates 52 Sunday
Fifty-two boys and girls w 11 be
confirmed at Temple Beth Sholom
Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Theme of the
service will be "Who Are We and
Where Are We Going?"
Mr-. David Miller and Dr. Solo-
mon Liehler are coehairm.'ii of
the board of education of Temple
Beth Sholom
The fo.lwina members of the
class will go on a pilgrimage to
Israel next month: Nancy Albin,
Bradley Arkin, Allan Barrish.
Louis Burnstein, Leonard Cohen,
Howard Cohn. Robert Dulberg,
Bettina Edelitein. Michael Flei ch-
man. Melissa Gettis. Eric Gordon.
Susan Hankin. Keith Hartley,
Mitchell Hershey. Andrew Hilo-
witz, Rosanne Kantzler, Diane
Kipnis. David Kreps. Andrew Las-
7in David Leifer. Andrew Lewis,
Berliner To
Give Address
At Beth Am
During Friday evening services
at Temple Beth Am. M. Jay Ber-
liner, commander. D;,partment of
Florida Jewish War Veterans,
will give an address in observance
of Memorial Day and those who
have died in the service of the
country.
JWV Scuth Dade Po Auxiliary No. "8 will co sponsor
the Oneg Shabbat following the
service.
\: c Y.\-. --.man. post comman-
der, and I.eah Fisenman. aux-
iliary pn-ident, and members of
the::- .roups. will b among those
attending the ceremony.
War Deed Remembered
Members of the Depaitment of
Florida. Jewish War Veterans
and Ladies Auxiliary, accom-
panied in Gold Star Mothers,
will board a Coast Guard cutter
Sunday at 2 p.m. and be taken
out to s the water in memory of those
who have given thei: lives in the
wars of our country.
Wometco Theatres
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Progress on the Beta Cell Im-
plant reseaich program will be
discussed by Dr. Daniel Mint/..
head o1 the Department of En-
docrinology and Metabolism at
the University of Miami School
of Medicine, at the Juvenile
Diabetes Foundation's general
meeting Tuesday in the Mailman
(enter. 8ih floor auditorium, 1601
.N\V 12th Ave.
Mother's Day Celebrated
Eilat Chapter of Pioneer Worn
en will celebrate Mother's Day a'
the next regular meeting Tues-
day at 7:30 p.m. at the Washing
ton Federal. 1234 Washington
Ave. Two mothers of the jreai
will be honore.i: Helen Sassower
and Hilda Leifer. Program chair
man is Freda Levit3n. Faye
Brucker's in charge of culture.
Veda Gruber. president, will con
duct the meeting.
Mizrachi Unit Election
\,'u ,,; : ers w;!! be elected
at a meeting of Gali! Chapter,
American Mizrachi Women, set
for Monday. June 3. at 12:30 p.m.
at Washington Federal. 633 NE
167th St Ann. Stern will present
the program for the meeting, the
final one of the club year.
Pythian M*Hiiis* S<-t
Two Monday meetings are
planned by the George Gershwin
Lodge. Knight; of Pythias, one
for June 3 and the second, June
17. Mitchell S. Zeiger, chancellor
commander, will conduct the
meetings to be held at the Surf-
side Community Center.
Temple Zion Auction
Bernaid Epstein, special proj-
ects chairman and director, an
nounces that Temple Zion wil
hold an auction of meiehandis.
and rift certificates Saturday a
th" public and refreshments wil
8:30 p.m. The affair is open tfl
b" served.
SELECTEDDade County will
receive two 'New County
U.S.A." Achievement Award:-
from the National Association oi
Counties, the Washington office
of the association has announced
Dade is being honored for it:
migrant workers housing pro
gram, and for its management of
the energy crisis at NACo's an
nual convention which meets in
.Miami Beach, July 14-17.
Marilyn Mally, Cary Miller. Les-
lie Miller, Marcia Michaels, Irwin
Morris. Wayne Pathman, Stevan
Pardo. Catherine Popkin. David
Schwartz. Joey Smith, Benjamin
Teitelbaum. Kevin Winter. Martin
Zaiac and Mena Zaminsky.
With Eli Levy and Barak Yaron
of the Beth Sholom School of
Living Judaism Faculty, the stu-
dents will spend seven weeks in
Eretz Yisrael. They will tour the
country and will meet with lead-
ers in science, arts, and govern
ment. They will spend two and
oiv half weeks as members of a
Kibbutz and will return in Au-
gust.
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recent terrorist attacks in
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Katz, Mrs. Joseph Shapiro and Mrs. Irving Firtel. The hon-
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Rachel Katz Laufer and Mrs. S. Louis Schwartz. Mrs. Ber-
nard Edelsfein was chairman.
'The Creative Process' Topic Of Lecture
Illustrating his talk on "The
Creative Piocew" with his own
painting-, artist Harry Kossman
will give a lecture Tuesday, June
11. at 7 p.m. before the Monthly
A ; Forum of the Miami Beach
Art Club at t! Miami IV: ch
Public Library.
"All in Nature's W i'd Life."
b) Saul A. Fries?, naturalist, will
include slides taken in jungles,
and will be presented to the for-
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With. ISABRL OKOVE
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Celebrating their 50th wed-
ding anniversary with a
party at the hotel are Marco
Polo Hotel owners Helene
and Dan Lifter.
As the season for localites (not
the tourists) draws to a close,
parties and luncheons are break-
ing out all over as friends gather
for a final chat before dispersing
to vacation spots all over the
world Diane and Daniel Heller
a njosi beautiful and sump-
tuous dinner on May 13 follow-
the Philharmonic's closing con-
which they played Verdi's
Requiem. Guests of honor were
irmonic conductor Alain
Lombard and his lovely I.iliane.
ar.d the executive committee of
the Philharmonic.
Among the 37 people at the
Heller's lovely home were Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander Piilutchi, he
of course is the Philharmonic con-
cert maestro; philanthropist Mau-
rice Giisman, who gave his name
(and money) to the new home
for the orchestra and was cele-
bratM| his 88th birthday. Also
Elise Adams, who was recently
honored for her "angel role" at
Miami Heart Institute, Sir Ed-
ward and Lady Anna Porter, poet
Jordan Davidson and Stanley
Davidson (no relative), personal
friend; of the Hellers, song writ-
er Sam Koslow and his Francps,
and Dr. Thomas and Ruth San
Marti no.
I/joking exceedingly attractive
in a long velvet skirt and blouse
of Indian patch work, the blonde
!S3 was seen carrying on an
animatfjj coiwerantion with mem-
ber-: of the Renuiem cw, Shirley
Veret of the Metropolitan Opera
Co.. J* Carrerns, tenor, and
Andrea Guiilct of the Paris Opera
Hou-e.
And n delightful luncheon wa
9 at the charming anar!
m< of Lil (Mrs. William) Sterl-
ing. Among guests were Lil's
rLiu*ht*r Flora Winston, who was
lucky enough to inherit her moth-
er's gorgeous red hair, and Lil's
mother. Rose Haines. the three
looking enough alike to be taken
for triplets. Another pretty moth
cr daughter look-alike. Ethel
(Mrs. Paul) Allen and mother,
Madelaine RtuW. Also attending.
Anne Kfcfal. Hilda Gertler. Frieda
MetXfer and Eve Sehinder, Kay
Braiver and Edith Feldman.
Receiving a great deal of at-
tention "ii 'he attractive salad
plate was a tomato masquerading
as a rose with petals and leaves
of pink and green cream cheese.
[raciously gave a demorstra'
tion of how the legerdemain was
accomplished, but in spite of her
I think it was simple
only for her.
Another pleasant afternoon was
v the lovely home of prime
-,s Evvie (Mrs. David) Roth
of Surfside. More delicious food
(Pi; Just have to go on a diet)
including Evvie's justly famous
cr?vents.
Those gathered at the table
were friends who go way back
to the time Miami Beach was a
"smal* town" and nary a high rise
was in sight. They included Bert
Florie
Edna
Corey. Toba Sandack,
Scfcwarts, Eve Solomon,
Blum, Maggie Chase and Ray
Starr. Also Lil Schiff, who had
just learned that her granddaugh-
ter. Betty, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Bonaparte of NYC,
would be graduating, cum laude,
from Emory University in Atlan-
ta in June. Hetty has invited her
grandmother to come early and
be her "roommate'' for a few days
before the graduation ceremonies.
Mrs. Jacques Cohen and sister.
Mrs. Solomon A. Sehlesinser, of
Sunset Island No. 4. tendered a
coektai! party Saturday evening
May 18. in honor of Sidney
Greene's birthday. He is vacation-
ing here with his wife. Claire,
from London, England. Other out
of town guests included Mr. and
Mrs. Andy Cluck, Emerson. N.J.;
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Chmielnik.
Elizabeth, N'.J Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Bieber. San Francisco. Calif., and
Mr. and Mrs. Da\id Goodman il
Toronto, Can.
tY it a
Michele and Patrece Shehan,
16 and 16 year old duo pianists.
are preparing for a concert spon-
sored by the Friends of Music.
Their program will include
Mozart, Beethoven and Main
Zucca, our own famous local com-
poser. The girls have been study
ing with E-.ther Barrett for
years and those who have heard
them predict a concert career for
tin-Ill.
'-
The Air Force has promoted
Miguel I'ffer, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jose Cffer of 6767 Indian Creek,
to sergeant. Sergeant Uffer. who
is serving at Torrejon AB. Spain.
as a fuels specialist, is a 1971
graduate of Miami Beach High
School. His wife, Kandi, is the
dauchter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron
Cook of Helper, Utah.
tt &
Benjamin F. Kutcher, program
director for Judea Lodge No.
2355. B'nai B'rith, has been
awarded a plaque for the "finest
programming for any B'nai B'rith
Lodge in the state of Florida for
1973-74 The award was present-
ed by Sam Paseoe. a past presi-
dent of the Florida State Asso-
ciation. Kutcher has served as
program director for the Judea
Lodge since it was formed almost
four years ago. His programs
have included current events on
the international, national, state,
and local levels. The reception
has always been overwhelming
and many persons have been
turned away at the Roney Plaza
meetings because the house was
filled to capacity. Kutcher was
also awarded a plaque for bring-
ing the largest number of mem-
bers into the organization and
for raising more money than any
other B'nai B'rith chapter for the
Anti-Defamation League. He con-
ducted a pilgrimage to the Hillel
Center at the University of Miami
and raised the money to finance
the mortgage and establish the
library. Kutcher was also award-
ed a pin from the Israeli Olympic
Committee for helning to pro-
mote the money which financed
the Jewish athletes in the last
Olvmnic Games Colonel Nathaniel
Kutcher is president of the Judea
Ledge of B'nai B'rith.
Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, presi-
dent of Miami Beach Chap-
ter of Hcdassah holds the
coveted "Chapter of the
Year" award which was pre-
sented to the chapter at the
annual Hadassah Florida Re-
gional Conference in Or-
lando.
Home Buyers May
Request Booklets
From Flakier
Interested persons can still
benefit from the recent Home
Buyer's Forum that was cospon-
sored by Flagler Federal Savings
and Loan As ociation and the
University of Miami's School of
Business D< partment of Fi-
nance.
To receive a copy of the book-
let "Your Guide to a Savings and
Loan Mortgage" and the "Home
Selection and Financial Planning
Guide." write the Public Rela-
tions Department. Flagler Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Associa-
tion, 101 NE 1st Avenue, Miami.
Fla. 33132.
Almost 400 persons attendee
the program to pickup tips on
the basics of buying a home
They were treated to an audio-
visual presentation featuring a:
speakers realtor Erne-t Jones
past president. Miami Board ol
Realtors; builder Robert Oross
berger, Caravel Quality Homes;
Herschel Rosenthal, executive
vice president Of Flagler Federal
Savings and Loan Association;
and Dr. Bill Heuson, chairman of
the Finance Department, School
of Business. University of Miami.
This recent forum was the first
seminar in a two-part sei i< f'1'
current and prospective home-
buyers. The second program will
be held next fall.
Lillian Sands Takes Helm
Of BBW Beach Council
Members of the R'nai B'rith
Women. Miami Beach Council,
will hear a report on the March
24 triennial convention held in
Dallas. Tex., at a meeting Tues-
day. June 4. at 7:30 p.m. in the
100 l.incoin Rd.. club room.
Officers who will serve on the
Council during the 1974-75 club
year are Lillian Sands, president:
Mathilda Ventura, vice presi-
dent; Lillian Golden, treasurer:
Betty Sehaffer. recording secre-
tary, and Mollie Rudt. cone-;
sponding secretary.
meichels
by NORMA BARACH
Chicken is a staple in nearly every Jewish home, and be-
cause of that, housewives are constantly on the lookout for dif-
ferent ways to prepare it.
CHICKEN A LA KING
Red Magen President
Club Guest Speaker
Howard G. Kaufman, president
of the American Red Magen
David for Israel, and vice presi-
dent of the American Federation
of Senior Citizens, will be speak-
er for the meeting of the Roney
Plaza Singles Club Mondav at 8
p.m. in the card room of the Ro-
ney Pia/a Apartments.
Mr. Kaufman will discuss the
problems which the Senior Citi-
zen must face in today's world.
A longtime resident of Miami,
Mr. Kaufman is a financial con-
sultant.
Localities Earn Membership
In Home Life Honor Group
Fred Stone. CLU. 7400 SW
135th St.. William Rafkind, CLU.
5095 SW 82nd St., and Sam L.
Rosenfield, CLU, 1922 NE 118th
Rd.. have earned membership in
the President's Council Summit,
highest honor group of the Home
Life Insurance Company, New
York, which is selected on the
basis of sales performance dur-
ing 1973.
Norman Eisenberg, CLU, 9428
South Hollybrook Lake Dr.. Pern
broke Pines, has been named to
the firm's Leaders Cluh, in recog-
nition of his sales achievement.
1- to 3-lb. spring chicken
2 cups water
1 medium onion quartered
3 celery tops
1 tsp. salt
'i tsp. pepper
4 cup water
1 diced green pepper
1 6-oz. can sliced mushrooms
'i cup diced pimento
2'2 cups chunks of
cooked chicken
Put all ingredients into pot: bring to boil; cover tightly.
Reduce heat and simm"r one hour or until tender. Remove from
heat and strain broth. Put broth in refrigerator and cool chicken
to room temperature: when cool, remove skin from meat and
meat from bones. Cut meat into chunks. For chicken a la king
use:
'i cup pane margarine
6 tablnspoons flour
1 tsp. salt
l'j cups chicken broth
1 cup liquid non-dairy
coffee creamer
In large saucepan melt margarine: blend in flour and salt.
Stir in chicken broth, water and coffee creamer. Add green pep-
per; cook, stirring constantly until mixture thickens and comes
to a boil. Add drained mushrooms, pimento and chicken; sim-
mer five minutes. Serve hot on toast or cooked rice. Yields 5-6
servings.
For those who would like a mild flavored recipe for barbe-
cued ribs. I'd like to recommend this variation. Trj serving it
with noodles and cucumber salad.
4 lbs. lean beef short ribs
1 16-oz. jar spaghetti sauce
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molasses for three hours. Place ribs on grill or broiler and cook
for 1'-- hours, turning occasionally. (Do not place to close to
fire in electric oven.) Baste frequently unt 1 glazed. Served 4.
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<|Mto^l^^VWV^ Jennifer Harris l/oyd feinberg Bernard Klepach Adam idelstein
ROBIN BECK
Robin Michele, daughter of Mr.
and -Mrs. William Beck, will be
called to the Torah as a Bat Mitz
van Friday. May 24, at Beth To-
rah Congregation.
Robin is an honor student at
John F. Kennedy Junior High
School and attends Beth Torah
Harold Wolk Religious School,
from which she will graduate
Sunday. June 2.
Among the guests at the Bat
Mitzvah will be Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Huttner of Chicago. III., and Mr.
and Mrs Louis Bock of Hallan-
daie.
ft it
LLOYD FEINB! KC.
Lloyd Ira. son of Mr and Mrs.
Norman Feinber;. will become
Bar Mitzvah Saturday. May :!."> ;it
Beth Torah Congregation.
Lloyd, a student of the Beth
Torah Harold Wolk Religious
School, is a seventh grade honor
student at John F. Kennedy Jun-
ior High School.
The guests will include Henry
Papy and family of St. Louis. Mo.,
and Mr. and Mrs. Don Feinberg
of New York.
.A. .A,
ADAM EDEI.STF.IN
Adam Scott, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Edclstein. 831 NVV
172nd Terr., will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday. May 2.">. in an
early morning ceremony at Tem-
ple B'nai Raphael
A K ddush ".ill be hosted by
.rents immediately after th"
i nice, and a recepl I din-
ner will b;> held ,: the day
in the Barcclon i Hotel.
\: im i- a -t'."U -it at Parkway
Junior High School.
ROBERT GUTHMANN
On Saturday. May 25, R iberl
Alan, son of Mr. am! Mr- " ('uthmann. will become ear Mitz-
vah at Temple Beth El, Holly-
wood. His parent- will iponsor
the Oneg .Shabbat at the tcmMe
Friday evening in honor of the
occasion.
Among those attendin2 the serv-
ices will be Mrs. Ben Fisher,
Robert's maternal grandmother,
from Miami Beach.
The celebrant attends the
Heards Ferry School in Atlanta.
Ga., where he is in the seventh
grade.
it -ir &
DAVID PEPPER
David Mark, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Pepper. 83! NE
182nd Terr.. North Miami Beach,
will be Bar Mitzvah Saturday,
May 23. at Temple Adath Yeshu-
run
David is a seventh grade
dent at John F. Kennedy Junior
lli^h School.
Saturday evening Davi
honored at a reception and din-
ner at the Diplom it Country
Club. Celebrating with David will
h" hi< 'randparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Max Ramer and many of his
lannly irom th.' norm.
HOWARD ROSENBLATT
Howard Terrence. son of Mr.
and Mis Charles Kosenblatt. will
Bar Mitzvah Saturday,
May 25. at Temple Emanu-El.
Howard is a -tudent at the Nau-
tilus Junior High School.
The celebrant will be honored
with a reception in the Friedland
Ballroom of Temple Emanu-El.
His grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Eli LKwin, will attend the event.
JUDITH KALISH
Friday evening. May 24. in the
main sanctuary of Temple Ner
Tamid, Ju lith Lynn, daughter of
Mr, and Mrs. George N. Kalish,
will be Bal Mitzvah.
Judith i- ,i -' I -.{ ;>t Nautilus
Junior High School and attends
N t Tamid
An Oneg Shabbat will follow
the services and a reception in
Judith's honor will be hell at her
home.
MICHAEL GORDON
Saturday morning, May 25. in
the main sanctuary of Temple
Ner Tamid. Michael David, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A.
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BERNARD KLEPACH
Bernard, -on of Mr. and Mrs
Julio Klepach, will become a Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning. May
23. at Temple Menorah.
Bernard is a seventh grade stu-
dent at the I.ehrman Day School
of Temple Emanu-El.
The cebbrant will be honored
by his family and friends at a
luncheon in the Social Hall of
Temple Menorah after services.
^> JENNIFER HARRIS
Jennifer Lisa Hairis will be
called to the Torah as a Bat Mitz-
vah Saturday morning. May 25. at
Temple Judea of Coral Gables.
Jennifer, the daughter of Rep.
and Mrs. Marshall S. Harris, is a
seventh grade student at Ever-
glades School for Girls. She at-
tends Temple Judea's Hebrew
School and will continue her re-
ligious education through Con-
firmation.
The celebrant will be honored
with a Kiddush and luncheon fol-
lowing the services. Sharing in
the festivities will he her grand-
;\ Upton and Mrs. Havid Harris; Dr.
Cyril Harris of New York City;
!>. nd Mrs. Simon Lipton il
Rockville, Md ; Attorney General
j" i Mrs. K ibert Shevin, Dr. ond
Mr- George Bedell, Mr. and M -
jo>oh Kyle and Stephen Hull of
Tallahassee
SUSAN LEVENTHAL
Susan Anne, daughter of Sel-
wyn Leventhal. will become Bat
Mitzvah Friday evening. May 24,
at Congregation B'nai Raphael.
Susan is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Norland Junior High
School and attends B'nai Raphael
Religious School She plays piar,)
and clarinet and la active in.-
V.S.Y.
An One; Shabbat in Susan's
honor will follow the service.
Out-of-town guests will indue Su-
san's grandparents, Mr, and Mr;.
Joseph Goodman and Mrs Jen-
nie Leventhal. from New York
city.
Question
Box
By Rabbi DR. SAMUEL J. FOX
Why do some people : Train
from folding up their Ulesiin
(prayer shawls) on the Sab
bath after the service is over?
Kef'''ciice i, tnken from the
Talmudic discussion (Sabbath
l.S.ii where it is declared that
making one's bed by arranging
the linens and covers and smooth
ing them out. near the end of the
Sabbath day, and folding one's
clothes (which are not required
to be worn on the Sabbath) was
forbidden since it is generally
forbidden to put the finishing
touches on some articles because
that makes them ready for use in
general.
The To-afot commentary infers
that folding the talis after the
morning service of the Sabhath
would, therefore, be forbidden
since this i- preparing the talis
for use the next morning which
i> a week aay.
There are, however, some au-
thorities which permit this on
various grounds. One is because
our clothes are not a- meticu-
lously folded as they were in old
en times. The purpose of the
folding is. therefore, just to put
the talis away in orderly fashion.
Others claim that not putting
the talis away in orderly fashion
might have the effect of spoiling
the talis. Before deciding on
one's personal practice in this
matter one should consult a com-
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LEGAL NOTICE
IOTICE OF ACTION
ISTRUCTIVE SERVICE
* (NO PROPERTY)
, CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
INTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
, DADE COUNTY.
IL ACTION NO. 74-13*63
JN FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
fh. Marriage of
pa hpbbard.
."mack hprbard.
|hnn\ hubbard.
Bind.
L Johnny Mack Hubhard
|/a Johnnv Hubbard
i Georgia I'orreotlonal
bstltute
kidii Georgia
fARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
action jor Dissolution of Mar-
been filed aaalnal you and
, reaulred to serve a copy of
rlttcn defences. If any. to II on
IK BBLLER. attorney for Pe-
whoae address is 420 Lincoln
Juiti- 118. Miami Beach. Flor-
id file the original with the
if the above styled court on or
June 19. 1H74: otherwise a de-
41! be entered against you for
|e< demanded in the complaint
"notice ahall be published once
fcek for four consecutive weeks
1 JEWISH FI.ORIPIAN.
JESS mv hand and the seal of
Drt at Miami. Florida on this
_v ol Bay, 1574
KchaAd P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Pade County. Florida
Ilv I. SNEEDBN
As Deputy Clerk
lit (Curt Seal)
J R BBLLER. ESQ.
Ipcoln Road. Suite 23*
ft Beach Florida 33139
Rtern.-v Tor PWjJflfo.,, ,,7
notice of action
constructive service
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(the circuit court of the
itventh judicial circuit
')f florida. in and for
dade county.
civil action no. 74-13663
Action for dissolution
of marriac.e
. the marriaoe of
FK A MAW 'N.
R'if. Petitioner
and
p.U'.p A MASON.
IIIu : md, !! aoondent
EDV \RP AMASON
,; \Ki: HBREBY NOTIFIED
,.n for Dissolution of Mar-
has been filed against vou and
I ,-. required to serve a copy I '
u wrltti n di fenses, II any, In >t on
KIEL RETTER. attorney for P<
r whose address is 104M
Building. Ill N E. 2nd AVI I U
lami. il:1- and file the
with the clerk ol the above
A court on or before June is.
therwtae i d< fault will be ei
gainst you for the relK : d<
.,!,.' in ilo- complaint or petition.
II b< publlahed once
. h week for four conaeouilve weeks
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I Clerk. Circuit Court
Pad* County, Florida
Bv '".I IRIA ELLIS
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SIEL RETTER. ESQI IRK
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tt. rn* for Petitioner
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~N0T1CE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
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N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
[ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-13662
ACTION FOR DISSOIUTION
OF MARRIAC.E
THE M M'.HiA'iK OF:
[ \ HAMILTON.
Petitioner
kril'v" ARENCE 11 IMILTON
Husband. Ri nondenl
FREDDY Cl ARENCE
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEP
n actloi foi PI union of Mar-
... you ai n
mired I set V '"'" "'
,..-.. ... r. i II anj to It on
, v em RETTER attornej I r l
I i .
Bu Una-, in N'E 8<
. .,;,. Miami Fla S313S. and file
v with ti.....lerk ol n
v, styled courl on or b( fon
-, ,.,i., ,.,.. | nil will e
|tl .. i aRalnal s i for th.- r< Hi n.
,! d in the complalnl or petition
[ otli ah dl b< published once
. h week for four ronaecutlve week*
i THE JEWISH Fl-ORIDIAN.
WITNESS mv band and the seal ol
t 6 urt at Miami. Florida, on this
th dav Of Mav 11.74 ,.,.,.,,
RICHARD P BRINKER
\- clerk. Circuit Court
Dad* County. F'orida
p.v e.l.olMA Hl.l.lS
As Poputv Clerk
rcuit Court Seal) .,__
NIEL RETTER. BBQI IRE
.' Congress Building
ami. Florida 33132
Attorney for Petition^ ^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
[NOTICE IP HEREBY GIVEN that
< undersigned, dealrlnir to engage
business under Ihe fictitious name
SANTA Cl AHA T.V. al TMW.
flagl.r Street. Miami. Florida 33 30
ktend to reclater >-i.i name with
he Clerk of the Circuit Court of
liirie County. Florida
ROC.EI.IO BRAVO Mel
ANOBLTEJEDA :^ ,.,..,
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
|\OTICE IS HEREBY t undersigned, desiring lo engage
business und.r the flctltiOUI name
P1NEW...... HOMES ai I025B S
|i'th Street. Miami. Florida HIM ln-
hds to resistor said name with the
rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
kunty. Florida. ._
A. J BUILOBRa INC.
INBWOOP ENTERPRISES. INC..
A Join, Venture' #..M
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
tNO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
T/ADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-13642
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAOE OF
(iril.i.KBMlNA CABEZA.
Wife, Petitioner.
:t'id
RAM! N CABEZA.
Husband. Respondent.
; TO: Mr Ramon Cab. za
Calle 24. Numero r.'.ll
Entre :.r, y :.7
Nu.va Jerona
l>!.. di Pino. Cuba
TOTJ ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEP
that an action for Pissolution ol Mar-
j riaKe has been filed aKainst you and
vou ar.- ri nulred to serve a copy of
1 vour written defenses, if any. to it on
(lUillermn Sostchln. Esiiutrc. attorney
for Petitioner. wTiose address ll 101
N \V 12th Avenue. Miami. Florida,
1 and file the original with the clerk of
'he above styled court on or before
June ti. li-74. otherwise a default will
be entered acainst vou for th. r. lie!
demanded in the complaint or peti-
tion.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI WITNESS my hand and the leal ol
said court at Miami. Florida, on this
, 14th dav of .May. 1974,
RICHARP P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Pade Countv, F'or'da,
Bv R. M KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
m \r. uit Curt Seal i
('ulllermo Sostchin. Esquire
101 N VY 12th Avenue
Miami Florida 3312S (324 r i
Attorney for Petitioner
f. 17-24-31 fi 7
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-142
In RE: Estate of
BENJAMIN KORNFELTJ
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cr.-ditors and All Persons
Having Claims or p.mauds Atainsl
Ba ESetati
v u are hereby notified and re-
quired to present an claims and di -
inn ,i> which you may havi .n.. nst
the Estate ol BENJAMIN KOPN
FEI P .I.cas.d late of Dade County
la, to the Circuit Judges ol Pad,
Coui ty, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided In Section 739 14
k oi da Statutes. In their off i
the Count} Courthouse in Dade Coun-
; ly, Florida. ithln four l l Is
I months from the time ol thi first
I publication hereof, or the same will
b< i am d
Piled at Miami. Florida this 8th
dav of May, a P i 'Ti
Cl ARA BFRBNBF"n
As Administratrix CTA
First publication of this notice On
the I7th day nl May, 1974.
QROVER CIMENT WEINSTE1N
& STAt'BER P A
Bj Bhi r oi Stauber
Attorney for Estate of
Bt n ..niln ICornfeld
!:,. Lincoln Road Miami Beach,
Florida
r, i. -24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CASE NO. 74-13338
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: MARRIAOE OF
rjEOROE R ORANDFIELD.
I lusband
and
MARY \NN ORANDFIELD.
H f.
TI i MARY ANN QRANDFIEI.D
1667 Wi I'd,:, \iat.-r Stre< t
Chi. c', i, nilnol 8n64I0
YOI' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
petition for Pis olutloi
Marrlaare has been filed and m-
d in tlii- court and you
rvi .i copy of your
ivrittei deft I .
OER VI.D Sll VERM \ N ntti .....J fi i
I
erts BulldlnR, Miami. Floi Ida ind fl'i
the orlKlni l with the cli rk lh.
.io, \. >; \ i.,i courl on or b< fon Jui
.'i :''7;. otherwise a defaull will be
\ r>u for ih,
pi ..\ ed for in the complaint r peti-
tion
Thll notice shall be pub
each week for four consecutive weeki
in The Jewlah Rorldlan.
WITNESS mv band and
said court at Miami. Florida on this
Mill dav of Mav. 71
RICHARD P BRINKER.
\- ('lerk Circuit '
Pad,- County, Florida
By 'll "HI \ El i IS.
\- Deputy Clerk
GERALD BILVERMAN
berts Building"
Miami. Florida Ph. 178-5681
Attorney for Petitioner
:, 17-24-31 fi 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersianed. deslrlna to entK< In
business under the fictitious name of
MISS NUDE FI.ORIPA at Semlnole
Health Clul". 3800 8.W. 142nd Ave..
Ft lauderdale Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Pade County Florida.
CHARLES YOUNOMAN
AND
.1 VN1CE YOl'NGMAN
Kwitney, Kroop x.- Schelnherg. P.A.
By Paul Kwitney. Esq.
Attorney for Applicants
MO Lincoln Rd.. Suite SIS
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
r, 17-24-31 fi 7
.n the circuit court of the
Eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for
dade county
probate division
probate no. 74-2707
In UK Estate of
SALES SHAPIRO.
ised,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ail Iredlton and All i
laimi or pemands Ac
Y( u .:. hereby notified and re-
. pn sent anv claims ar.d de-
mands which vou may havi a
. -'.,:, of BALI'8 SHAPIRl d(
rased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Circuit Judges ol Pad, I
ami file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes. In their offices in th> Coun-
tv Courthouse in Pad.- County
Ida. within four calendar month III RI
the tim- of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Piled at Miami. Florlrda. this !>th
day of Mav A.P. 1H74
HELEN SHAPIRO
A- Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 17th day of May. 1974.
TALIANOFF & BAPF.H. BSQ8,
Attorney for Administratrix
#20 I.incolnRoad Miami Beach. Fla.
5 17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74.2S91
J. GWYNN PARKER
In RE: Estate of
DCANE HAROLD (iltCBBS
d.c. as.d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! and All Persons
Ravine Claims or Demands Anainst
Said Estat.:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to preaeni any claims and de-
mands which you may havi- acainst
: i state of DI'ANE HA ROLF
ORI'BBS deceased late of Pad. Coun-
ty, Florida, to the Circuit Judges of
Pade Counti'. and file the same In
duidi. at. and as provided in s, !:,
Florida Statutes, in their of-
flces In Ihe County courthouse in
Pade County, Florida, within four
calendar months from Ihe lime of th-
:irsi publication hereof, or the same
Will be barred
Piled hi Miami. Florida, this : tH
das f May. A.D. 1874.
PEARL ETTA GRFBBS
\- Executrix
First publication of this notice on
' i I7th dav of Mac 1974.
HERBERT 7. MARVIN
Vttorm v for Ex< cutrlx
777 N\V 72nd A\ I ntte
5 17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
PROBATE DIVIS'ON
PROBATE NO. 74-1303
in RE' Eetati nl
sa.m MARKOWTTZ
'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To A)'. Creditors and All Persons
Having claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
lulrod preaeni any claim- and de-
vvhleh you may hav< agalnsl
h. .-.,. ..f SAM MARKOWITZ
deceased late of Dade County Flor-
ida, to the Circuit Judges of Dade
County and file th. same In duplicate
. ,i ,. pro\ ide.i in Si ci Ion Tn:t i>;.
Florida Statutes, In their offices in the
tvui M Courthouw ll i' County.
. within four call ndar months
from the lime of th. first publication
hereof, < r the ame will tu barred
!' .! Miami. Florida, this Mth
V.D 1874
SE1 M \ KAXNBL
ESDTTH POl I A< 'H
\- Executi
Flrsi i on of this noti,. n
the '. I i of Mav, 1974.
STANl BY M PRED
a nor i fi Co Bxi t-uti
PREP ,\ NKWMAN"
si>1 Dnd. Fed Bid .
'" M .. ..

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERER> GIVEN
he u led lo ei gaai Ir
l.usli u imi ol
IMPERi > I. HAIR STYI 1ST A STI'-
tl venue, H la-
all. Florid:
mi thi Cli rk of thi
cult Courl tint i Florida.
/.i dl.A '.' IXZ x i EZ
: 17-24 31 t :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to ncair. In
ia uii'li r the fictitious names
of Ll'RIS CORPORATION. INC. MC-
ALLISTER BEAPTY SALON ANP
M.AI.l ISTBR BEAUTY SALON II
at McAllister Hotel Arcade. Miami
Pll -ill;, intend to register
name- with the Cl. rk of the Circuit
Court of Pad.- County Florida.
LUCIANO JULIA
NORIS JULIA
JOSEFA MAPCREI.L
5/17-24-31 6/7
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
tNO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.12906
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
The marriage of
HIIN .i.AVION |,KE. husband.
and
I.ENPA FAYE HILL LEE. wife.
To: J( IHN CLAYTON LEE
RESIDENCE UNKN1IWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
I hat an action for Pissolution of Mar-
riae. has been filed against you and
vou are required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses, if any. to it on
Arthur II I.ipson. attorney for Peti-
tioner. Whoae address is 1986 So
Ocean Drive. Hallandale. Florida MAM,
and file the original with the I ll I'
of the above styled courl on or be-
fore June is. IP74: othcrwi.-e a de-
fault Will be entered agalnsl you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition
This notice shall be published nci
each week for lour consecutive weeks
in THK JEWISH KloltlPIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal ol
said Cl Wl t Miami. Florida on this
f May, :c-:i
RICHARP P BRINKER.
As Clerk, circuit Court
pade Countv. Florida
By I. 8NEEDEN
Aa Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Arthur H Upson
. v for the Wife
'CS0 So Ocean Drive
Hallandale. Florida 33009 (945-5r.101
E/17-24-31 6/7
notice by publication
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida. in and for
dade county.
in chancery. no. 74-13436
general jurisdiction i
division
suit for dissolution
of marriage
. tlAI E OF
NANCY CARl 'I. FIERI K.
Wife,
and
iuani: PIERCE.
ilu-i
TO: DI am: PIERCE
Address and Resident Fnknown
VOU DUANE PIERCE, are hereby
Ified :!..,' a Pi tltion for I Ussolutlon
Man ajri hai been filtd asalnst
vou. and vou are required lo serve a
ops ( your Answer or Pleading to
thi Petition on the Petitioner's attor-
ney. ANOELO A ALI Suit. 400
Roberta Building. :'(. West Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida MUO and file
thi original Answer or Pleading in
ti.. offie. of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 21st day of
June, 1974. If you fail to do so. Judg-
ment by default will b, takin altamst
you foi thi relief demanded In the
I't tltion.
This notice shall
each week for four
w THE JEWISH
DONE ANP ORDERED
Florida this ltth dav of
RICHARD P. BKIVKKR.
A> Clef*. Cin uit Court
Pade Countv. Florida
By c p, COPF.LAND
As Deputv Clerk
(Cli u t Court Seall
ANGBLO A. AU
Suit. 41'H Roberts Iluilding
. Weal I'latbr Street
Miami. Fiorina
Attorney for Plaintiff
r, 17-24-31
be published once
consecutive weeka
Fl.ORIPIAN
at Miami.
May A P
fi 7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-2918
in RE: Batata of
JOHN .1 MARTIN IK
,1, eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors and All Persons
Having claims or Demands Against
Eetati :
You ar.- herebj notified and re-
quired to present an) claims and de-
- which you maj hav< agalnsl
ih, -tate of JOHN J MARTIN. Jit
-,,! late of pade County. Ploi
Ida, to the Circuit Judges nl pade
County, and file the -am. In dunh-
i.it. and a- provided in Section 783.16
Florida Statutes, In their offices In
ihi Coui Is Courthous< In P......oun-
\ Florida, within four calendar
months from the time ol the fir:
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. 74.13110
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE- T! MAHitlAfvE OF
JAI "OIKS Pll IARO
E>etitioi : Husband
ALOURDE8 R. FIGARO
Respondent Wife
m iI'RDEB H PIOARI I
i Residence unknown i
YOU ARE HBREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mr-
rlage has been filed against v>u and
you are rotuired to serve a copy of
vour written defenses. If any, to it'on
Michael A I.ipsky attorn.* tor Pe-
titioner, whose address is 1104 Con-
cord Iluilding. Miami Florida MS 30.
and file the original with the e%rk
of the above styled court on or be-
fore June 2S. 1974: otherwise .. default
will be entered against you for the
relief prayed for In the complaint -r
petition.
This noti.. -hall be publi-hcd .nee
each e.k for four consecutive reeka
in THE JEWISH FLORIPI/iN.
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Pole Countv. Florida
By A D WADE
A- Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Curt Sean
MICHAEL A I.IPSKA
1 lot Concord Building
Miami. Florida 33130
Attorney lor Petitioner
.', 17-24 i
fi 7
h. ri of.
the same
Florida.
1974
this 1411
ul atlon
bt an i d
Filed at Miami,
dav of Mav. A P
MARTHA E MARTIN
A- Executrix
publication ol this notice
,1 :, day nl May '"74
SPARBHR. ZEME1 R" SKIN.
HEILISRi INNER and KARP, P K.
Attorn, v for Km. utrla
|| ,. North Bis, a' I BlVd .
Miami. i'"l.i
Will
5 l7-:'4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CA-5E NO. 74-11773
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
JULIUS A REHMINO.
I'hunt iff.
\ -
GEl 'ROE P' 'I >SI< 'N MACK EV
. n(| i iRi >THV MILl ER MACKEY,
Di ft lanti
T( I OE" >RGE SOLOMON M.VKKI
:- iROTHY Mil I ER MACKEY
(r.-sldenci unknnv
ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
.. mie to the follow iiil
,,,-, i \ In Dadi I' ui FI l
n|0( :, i. pf FOURTH AD
l iN Ti l RICHMl 'NO HEIGHTS
VTE, .....Hn "" Plal
: Plal n
the Publi.
Floi da
h, heel riled agalnsl you and you
., no..! to rvt a con; ol voui
i GEI1
VI D SH vr.KMAN Plaintiff's attor-
Roberts
Ruilding. Miami. Florida "|i "i
jui i 974, and fill th<
,. Clel f tl loui
.
or laimi dint. I> ll reafti i
.!, mandi d In tni
S'ESS my hand and Ihi
tin-- Courl '"71
l;!,-H -rd l' RRINKER.
\. Clerk of the Ci url
R, Ol ORIA ELUS
\- i leputy CI" rk
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. 74-13429
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAOE OF
.ill |o JOSE NIXES.
Petitioner- Husband
and
ZEN 11 PA PERREIRA NUNES.
Ri .i.ond, nl-Wife
TO ZENII DA PERREIRA NINES.
RESIDENCE UNKXt IWN
you ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Pissolution ol Mar-
riage haa been filed agalnsl you and
you ar. reoulred to serve it cony of
vour Wl tten defense-, if anv 10 it on
RUI netl Roth Bttoi v- for petitioner,
who.-, nddresa I-" Lincoln Road,
Suite 129 M ami Beach. Florida 31139.
and file th.- original with the clerk
nl thi ahovi styled courl on or be-
lun. He '.'.'74. othei v i.....lefault
will be entered agalnsl you for the
reinf demanded In the complaint or
petition. .
This notice shall be published once
each week for tour consecutlvi weeka
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
witness my hand and ihi seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on (his
l.ltli day of .Mav. lfT4
RICHARP P. BRINKER.
As oi. rk. ( Ircull Courl
Dade County, Florida
Pv L SNEEPEN
As Deputy cierk
(Circuit Courl Seal I
BFRNETT ROTH
420 I incoln Load Suite S2
Miatn: Beach. Florida SStSS
. -......- .,., P. titioner-
5 17-24-31 7
Atti
fo
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni ITICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersianed, desiring to engngi In
business un.l.i th- fictitious n in.-s
,.f PARKW \Y Pi \l YSIS CENTER
..... N W -nd Ave North Miami
Reach Florida 3319 and BAY'SHORB
DIALYSIS CENTER al ::.'" Bis. ayne
Bouli vnrd, Mlam Floi n-
ai.l nami w nh the
rculi c,,urt of Dade
Count > Fli ......
DIA1 YSIS ASSOClAi ES, INi
R( INA1 P SHANE Prei lit
Kanlan, Pi rter, Le> Ineon ,t
Keiiln, Attys
v foi iwm r
4-s [trii ki II Avi
v
B> : Robel: I. s
S 7
V I II
ni-

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-1667
(Judqe Parker)
h RE Estate of
REBECCA HYMAN
a k a HAY HYMAN
.1, ceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AM Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Pemands Again-t
Bald Estate
You are herein- notified and re-
oulred to present any claims and de-
mands which you mav have acainst
thi .-late of REBECCA HYMAN
a k a HAY HYMAN deceased late of
Pa,], County Florida to the Circuit
Judges ol Pade County, and file the
same In duplicate and as provided in
Si ctlon 733.16. FI >i Ida Statuti In
th. ir offices in tin Countv Courthouse
in Part. Countv. Florida, within four
calendar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the tame
will be barred.
Filed at Miami, this 13th day ol
M. A P 1?74.
BARBARA CHERRY EISENBERO
MARSHA SREPNICK
\- Executrices
publication of this notice on
ihe 17th da* i May, 1974.
li Ml. >LD SHAPIRO
A toi n< v lor Estate
;: i ncoln Rd .
Miami Beach. FI. 33139 fn7.M
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
,NO PROPF.RTY1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.13418
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAC.E
in RE The Marriage of
BRIGITTE .1 BAKER.
W fi
WILLIAM LANE BAKER.
Mil-band
Ti i WILLIAM LANE BAKER
\\ i, kaoo'-Ui |{oad
s nth Hamilton. Long Island,
N Y
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai .m action for Dissolution of Mar-
rlaare ha.- been filed attains) vou and
you are reouired to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it on
KWITNEY. KROOP & 8CHETN-
BERO, r A attorney for petitioner,
whose addreaa is fin Lincoln Road
(Suite 313) Miami Reach. Florida, and
file the original with the clerk of the
ai.ov. styled court on or before June
'19. 1374: otherwise a default ill be
entered aitainai you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLORTD1AN
WITNESS my hand and thi seal of
said court at Miami Florida on this
! 13th dav i f Mav 1 "7 4
RICHARD P BRINKER.
A Clerk. Circuit C
Pad. Countv. Florida
By 1. SNEEDEN
'I lxfutv clerk
(Circuit Curt Seal!
KWITNEY. KROOP &
SCHRINBERG PA.
Attorneys for wife
42(1 Lincoln Road (Suite 512)
Miami Peach. Florida 331.3*
Phone ;>3K-".'.7S
By PAIL KWITNEI
At.orne, for Petitioner^ ^ #/f


Page 1C-B
+Jeniti ftcrid^m
Friday, May 24. 1974

Obituaries
of Miami,
70. of Miami
GRIEGO. f.uth. 78,

HOSID. Benjamin
LEVIN E, Basaie Sti. nf Miami Beach.
Blasbera;
NESTLER, Funny, 79, of Surfside.
R eretde
RUBENSTEIN. Hillel. Til. of North
Miami Beach, Newman
SCHAFFER. Pauline, 74. of Miami
i t< aoh, Newman
Villany. Philander if.. 51, of Mi-
ami Beach, BlasberK
EISENSTADT, Frank. 77. of Miami
Beach, Rlveralde
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open tvery Day Closed Sabbuth
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 266-2888
samke' s Fmanuel A.. 77. Of Mi-
ami. Gordon
WOLKEN. Emma. 86. of North
Miami Beach, Rlveralde
BABSIN, David. 92. BlasberK
FRANK, Samuel. 80. of Miami
Beach. Riverside ._i
SILBERMAN. Louis. 86. of Miami
Beach. Riverside ,
WEINER. Sarah. 92. of Miami
Beach, Riverside .
WEISGOLD. Ida K.. 80, "f Miami
Beach. Riverside, Interment Mt.
Nebo____________
IECAL NOTICE
111*1 NOTICE
IEGAI NOTICE
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE UNDER
NOTICE IS HEREBY OWEN that
the undersUmed, dealrinn to i-ng-aa-e in
business under the fictitious name of
(H HF.K SPORTSWEAR at 470 West
29th Street Hlaleah Florida 33012 in-
i.iid- to register said name with the
Clork of *he Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida,
OI-BER, INC,
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GORDON FUNERAL HOME
Serving Itie If* St. Community since 1938
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CONSERVATIVE
REFORM SERVICES
Enunuel Gomor. 11946) llit Gordon
Hi'ry Gordon 119S4I Jjmtl B Gordon
Telephone 373 5S33
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of GREATER MIAMI MARCHING
STRING. BAND (MERRY MUM-
MERS! at 676 W Flagler St.. Miami
ii,mis to register said nami
with ihe Clerk of the Circuit I oun
0f Dade County. Florida __._
GREATER MIAMI MAR! HING
STRING BAND INCORPORATED
Jim}}
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"JEWISH fUNEUl DIUCIORS"
LOCAL AND OUT OF STATB
ARRANGEMENTS
947-2790
13385 W. DIXIE IIIVT., N.M.
NOTICE OF ACT'ON
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-13988
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OP
EVELYN FAR I.MIA.
Wife,
HUGH JOHN FARINHA.
Husband
TO: HUGH JOHN FARINHA.
l< n. Unknown
VOV ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
i petit..... for Dissolution of your Mar-
riage lias been filed and commenced
in this courl and you are required to
serve a cops of your written defenses,
|f an\ to H Ml WI1 I 'AM .1 GOI D-
WORN ft ASSOCIATES, attorney for
Petlttoni r. whose Bddr. Ii I80n Coral
Wav. Miami. Florida S3148 and file
rlnal with the clerk of thi sbovi
-i\ ii .1 court on or before June 29 1974:
n, ., d, fault iii be .-tut red
you for the relief prayed for
In the i imolalnl or petition.
. all he published onei
each wek for fo utlvi weeks
In JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS ni' hand and the Real or
. .i nu. | Ri m Ida on this
:: daj I May.
RICHARD P BRINhER.
\. Ci urt
i ad. Count'. Plor
' C P C....."' \nt>
k
I | a I I url S. all
\V|| i l.v M ,i >' 'l DW< RN
\s>. IC1 VTES
t V., I '.,' \\ .. V
I
P 's/M-ll ''
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO: 74-13834
NOTICE
IN RE: MARRIA'IE OP
DORIS VAN. MOERKERKB,
PBT1TIONBB
PBank'\ an MOERKBRKH
.e^^iri'^MoKKKKItK,.:
v,.^Tkan.<'van"m.I,:kkki:ki:.
.,,-, hereby notified to file v,,ur ans"-
., to Se PeUtlon [or Dissolution of
Marriage with the Clerk ol'the above
si vied ''-urt and mall a COOJ to
i t|< n< i attorney. I*w Offl.
ROBERT II BURNS. 420 Lincoln
i;. ,,i sum 460 Miami Beach. florina
on ... before the 28th d
..,:. .a this Pi
rued against you will b. I
" fifA shaii b published...>.
each week for four cons, utlye week"
fn THE JEWISH Fioitin AN
WITNESS my hand the s.
-aid .....ni ai Miami Beach. I "
,..,v Florida, this lTth day of
"** 1M4,,Bv l. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Cli rk
Law ifflees of
ROBERT H BURNS
4.',. Lincoln Road
\ilaml Bea. h. Florida
t- i No r,ap-442i
Attornej for Petitioner ( |(
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-2981
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Ertate of
DAVID I PRANK
dec. ased
T. All i 'n ditors a nd \ : Pet sons
Having i i lemanda
Against Said Estate:
hereby nol Ifled and remiti ed
t" ..... Mds
a mas ha> as ilnst tin
t. of DAVID -l FRANK d. i eased
i -.. i untv, Floi Ida, to t
Circuit Judges of l d C m and
file thi same In duplicate and as pro-
tlon Ida Stat-
utes, in their offices in tin C iiniv
<".....hone In led,. County, Florida.
within four calendar months frcm th*
= i.is>i, aiaai hereof, or
in. will be barred
Piled at Miami. Florida, this l"th
day ( May \ D. 1974
BADIYE PRANK
As Bxecutris
publication of this notl
Mnv ie,4.
STANLEY M I'RF.n
PRED A ni:\\ \l \.\"
ii fix
P. .]. lll.lt.' .
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74 '3066
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE M \ RRIAdE "I'
CHARI ES E HAOER
RUTH B H VfSER
TO: HITII D HAOER
267 Ni, holsnn Bt, am
Hval tsvllle. MaiI ind
Yin- VRE HERERY NOTIPI1 I
an action fi I utlon of Man
i as been fll. d atrainsl i ou and you
are requln f youi
.. itten d< f. -. If anj to ii on
\\i .i.i'S' iN A DIAMOND, P A at-
.... p. .. .-. \< hose nddre*
is 4"7 Lincoln I' '' Miami
Beach, Plorlda S3139, and I
Innl with the clerk of the abovi sts led
, ..in "ii or before -s June, 1974
. .1. fault will !" entered '
v, .ii for the relief demanded In the
romnlalnl or petition.
This notice shall bo published once
each week for four consecutlv. weeks
In THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
WITNESS nu hand and the seal ol
aid court at Miami. Florida on this
17 day of M ty,
RICHARD P. RRINKER
\> Clerl Mrcull 'ourl
11 ide a- tj PI. Ida
Bs : I SNBE1 EN
AI Denuts III. I
(Circuit Court S. all
WOLPSON .>: ni ( Ml >ND, P A.
|. 7 I Incoln Rd Sun :.;
Miami Beach. Plorlds
Attoi i" v for Petitioner
:. j- II : 7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74.1'51?
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
SUIT FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Tin Marriage of
I CEO ROE SW BET,
Husband
and
SE1 M \ B SWEET,
v.
Tl l: SE1 MA R SWEET
123 N I'm. \ \ a.
Albany, S>< w Yot i.
v. ir SELMA B SWEET at her.
fled to file your r
other plead Inn to the P l
i. .t Marrl lire with the
. :ii rk, and mall a i t ol
. ii C STARKW E.\1
l.-'i.i Vttorni v for Husband, 1341
.- \\ pirsl Streel Mian I"
, M or befor, th. i '
i.,. | Petition v
i BE 0" VERN Vi H'RSEIAES
\c ii nivoi v
I, VTED tl "' rl;" ol May, I9i4
' \K1 P RRINKER
Clerl l cull "ourt
B; \ D W VDE
11 ; KNEALE A STARKWEATHER
\ i.i II.: Land
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| ii .-. STARKWEATHER, ESQ
-, 10-17-21-31
NOTICE Oh ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF "HE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCLIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-T2417
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
, IN RE: Th,- MnrrlaKO of
I AHMED HISSNAI.V.
Husband,
' and
NANCY I'.U'KWKI.i, IIFSSNAIN.
I TO- NANCY C W'EW KI.I.
HUS8NAIN
f.7 Blanchard Road
Marlton. New J< I 53
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDI
Ion for Dlssolul
ki been fii.-d axali st ton i
you arc required to serve a c.
your written defenses, n any. t. u
BRVCE .1 SCHEINBERO <
for i' tltloner. whose add*
KWITNEY. KROOP4 SCHEIS
p \ 4:'" Lincoln Rd Suite I
... h. Florida MtM. and
with the clerk ol
styled court on or befon -I
thei wise a default will be i |
.,,.,-. utainsl ron for th
manded In the complaint oi p. I
... ... shall be put I
, ,, h week 'or four consecutlvi we< ^1
In THE JEWISH FU.RII'IAN I
WITNESS mv hand and III. seal c'l
aid COUll at Miami. Florida un this
2nd day of May, IOT4
RICHARD P BRINKER .
.\~ Clerk, Clrcull Court
Pad, County, Pk
Bj 1 SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
,..... i" urt s.-ai.
KWITNEY. KROOP &
SCHEINBERQ. f.A.
Attorneys I. r iiu'hand
4*0 Lincoln Road (Suit' 512)
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Phoni 58R-7575
B\ Bruce J. Bchelnl
Attorney lor PeUtloner ,0.17.M.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND|
FOR DACE COUNTV. FLORIDA
NO. 74-17832
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
i\- ... Th. Man > "f
! \ri INE KIMBI.E.
w ii..
JIMMIK K1MBLE
IMIE K1MT11.K
;, the petition f< '
',
uri ,,.i Prvi a co]
he petltlonei
.... s.v
an
1974, or
,:V ": B
.. Clrcull C ui I
, \ .1 RIVAS
Deput! '! .,
^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-2747
FRANK B. DOWLING
In RE: 1
ABRAH I K i' 'Efl
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T., All sons
I ii mands
As
You are hi n bj
tr. rl .1,-mands
th.
taf of ABRAHAM KATES flei i
late i :' I 'a.i'- tountj Plot Ida,
Circuit
flit thi lupllcate and as pro-
vided In Seel i

us. :n Dade .' runty, Plorlda,
u :
tin:.
thi
: at Miami. Florida, tiii-
Of .Mav. \ P 1974
BHIR1 PV c K 'Ti:s
As Executrix
P pub a of this notice on
the 24 day of Mav. l74
8HAPIR. i. PRIED, WEIL
a b< m
Attorneys tr Estate of
arraham KATES, Deceased
407 Uncoln Road,
JMinmi Beach, Mor'i'n
5/24-31
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-10746
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
Th.. maniac, of
la 'BERT HERZFELD, husband,
BRENDA HERZFELD. wife,
Ti I: ROBERT HERZFELD
SW : AVENUE
MIAMI. FLORIDA
TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
11. .a filed aKalnsi i
you are required t" serv. t copy ..f
( ui written def. nses, If any, t" II on
ittomey for Peti-
tioner, whose address is 19W! ^*"
Ocean Drive, Hallandale, Florida
and filo the original with the
clerk of th-- above styled courl on or
before June 19. 1974: otherwise a de-
fault will I..- entered aaalnsl you for
II r di manded In the complain!
This nntire shall !. published once
eek for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH PIX)RIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the
said court at Miami. Florida, on this
14th day of Mav. 1074
RICHARD P BRINKER
a '|i rk, i In nil court
I lad,- County. Plorlda
r I. SNEEDEN
A- I.. nutv Clerk
(Circuit Court Beal)
ur II. Lips.
"" Bo Icean Drive
Hallandale Florida 33009
Attorney for PetitlnnerTVIfe
5/17-24-31 6/7
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. 74-13886
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: MARK IAOE IP
El CY .1" ISEFINA PAEZ ALBAN,
Petll
ERNESTO ALBAN.
Respond.
ERNEST, i ALBAN
.I... \
Elmhurst. New York 1131
Yi>r ARE HEREBY NOTIFIE1
an action for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed aaralnsl y. u ai A u
. quired to sen e a opj of vour
If any. to it ,, R. .v.
\l li \ ALTER E8Q.. attorney for
Petitioner, whosi addresi Is 530 Lin-
coln Road. Suite 214. Miami
Plorlda nd file the orisMt nl
with the eh rk I ii". al...... stvl. A
court on or before June _''.. 1974
otherwise a defaull will bi
airamsi you for tl
in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutivi weekn
in Tin: JEWISH PI ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and thi
said court al Miami. Florida, on this
|| d:,: of Mav, 1974,
RICHARD P BRINKER
i lerk. circuit Court.
Da.lc County, Florida
r.v i. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Ciroul! Courl S'-al I
RONALD A ALTER, ESQ.
ISO Lincoln Road, Suite 214
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
5/24-31 6/7-14
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.12382
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Till: MARRI \'.K OF
THERESA RI. VNCHE GRAY.
Petltli 111 r-Wlfe,
and
BARNEY JOE ORAY,
Resp. pnd. nl -Hui band
Ti BARNEY JOE ORAY,
R. m,< nd. n' -1in-band
i Nor:), Hide,, i Hne
\ .- M. vadj -
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
[on for I >;
rlaai has been filed .u and
i .,uired to sen, a
your written dl f.
l lurnet: Roth, n ttorn. s foi Petll
-r. n ho .- addr. s~ i. 120
.. 9 Miam Bes
ami file the original wltl
of thi above styl. rl courl i
rune 12, 1974 othei
default will h. entered aralnsl you for
th. i demanded In th.
Hon.
notice shall be published once
eek f. r f. ur co ecu
HE IEWISH FI.. IRIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and th. seal
iurl al Miami, I
this 2i May, 1974
Ricil M:Ii P BRINKER,
As Cli k, Circuit ('
Dade '.untv
By I. SNEEDEN
A- Deputy Clerk
. in Si ill
ROTH
i Road Suite 129
...
i for Petltiot '.
5/10-17-
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
.NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE.
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C1RCU'.
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-14620
CENTRAL JURISDICTION D '. J
ACTION FOR DISSOL L~ICN
OF MARRIAGE
in RE THE M \''l.' \cr
HAHIl V>8 PLITSAS. Hui

\M PI ITSAS
TO MDA I'l ITS \S
1 \::K HEREBY N. TO
a. .'on for Illssolutl.
been filed
you i.....ulred 1 perv. of
... ,. ,, ,i..f. .. :'
SIDNEY EFRONSON
i tvh addr. -
i
,.. I
lyled ourl on or I
.lu'v 74: oth. a d. fait!
U re'ii
y ... in ... || I., nul
.,!.. ......lt'V|
m-\ ISH Fl iRIl i ''
w ITNESE im hand ai A I
Mini n ,nl
nth da' of Mv 1974
RICH VPD I'1""

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.., \c\- ppuOKW >N
. nulldlna
Fli rids 33131
''' 'P8/24-S1 1/7-U
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
..... NO. 74.12528
IN RE: The Adoption of
Jl'AN MIOl i:i. PEREZ
NOTICE OF PETITION
FOR ADOPTION
TO: Jl'AN PEREZ
I'nknown
,">"' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
id you ar. required to -,
III tnswer or
on Ih. Petltli
SIDNEY EFRON80.>
n
and fit.
the CI. circuit Court
I Ith .1 IJ of .In, ,
the allocations .. ,,i | ', .'
III bi taken as confessed by
"1 day ,,f \h,v |9Ti
RI' HARD P BRINKER '
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(Circuit ( urt Beal)
Bj a j RIVAS
Deput> Cletk
5/10-17-24-31
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OFTME
Ei fVFNTH JUniC'Al. CIRCUIT
OF FIOR'OA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
DROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 74-?r4
CP>IK B P->>'.' I NO
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ROBBIN8,
I .a i Robbins
eased
in. n and All Pen
.....
t Raid
^'. it r. hi robs
. ni any
is I. BOBBINS
1 .'......i Plor
, i .ti Judges '' Dsd. ." ii '
ni in dunll

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Mil.li.-.ti......f 'his no- i
lav of Mav |74.
\ d BB VERM vn
n. 1 for Administratrix >
300 Roberts Bulldlmt. Miami
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May 24, 1974
*Jtmis/i fkrictiar)
Page 11-B
_/:As...;
Max Leraer
Sees It
LEGAL NOTICE
. ....... -^.v _..-. ,.
NEW YORK. N.Y.Every society has its characteristic kind
scandal which rocks the nation and imperils government. In
ic United States, during the Truman-'McCarlhy era. it was spies.
lile today it is power corruption and moral outrage. In Ger-
any. as in Great Britain, it is likely to be spies and sex.
This is not to equate the Guiilaume spy affair with Water
^te. nor Willy Brandt with Richard Nixon. The two case histories
e light-years apart, as are the two men themselves.
YFT IT remains true that a government fell in Germany.
t .1 2ood prime mini-tr. nerhaiv even with a touch of great
If---, felt he had to resign because of a spy affair.
It was an affair whichfrom the more candid disoatches out
Bonn, like those of .Joe Alex Morris. Jr.. in the Los An
mes- also brought sexual overtones with it which are bin-
fr .. in the German press.
11 isn't nearly a Watergate, but it toppled a government am!
roke a good man's heart It isn't a Profumo case, yet it ha.
Dme of th-? same ingredients.
UNLIKE THE case of Mr. Nixon, no one charges Brandt
r political. Yet when it was n
led that one of his close aide*. Guenler Guiilaume. was a
| .inking member of th Bast German intelligence reporting
Moscow, Brandt f"It compromised and took "political and per
Dna! responsibility for negligence."
He resigned, where Mr Nixon hasn't.
I don't know whether the N \ >n example entered Brandt''
n or not. But at one point Brandt was reported as feeling
lha; at last one leader among the Western democracies ought
f, h a tense of integrity.
Hi- i!i taste for Mr. Nixon. a:i Fcarc-ly & nc ial 1 [com those who knew both men.
IHX BRANDT resignation was. in fact, a mishmash of scram-
p-led motives inflat'on troub'es, the los of by elections, a steep
|r*rop in the straw polls, strains in hi; coalition alliance with the
Free D^nrxrat-- and 'wort of a'!> vidtwrcwl disi'lu'ionmmt
iw:th thj !n"k f any practical results from the detente with
[Eastern Europe.
The Commun-sls claim and take: they don't give.
The Guiilaume ca*e M*w everything apart, bringing di*mav
kid de'air to Brandt. The hi'torians will b writing up the
[espionace a-pect of it in the years ahead.
THE POLITICAL aspect revolved around the F.hmk< Gens-
[eher feud between two im*>ortant memb"rs of the cabinet Brandt
[couldn't sa^x his friend Hor-t Ehmke fo>- personal reasons, nor
illy Hans-Dietrich G^nscher for political reasons, since he
[was slated to head the Free Democrats.
So he took all the responsibility and sacked himself.
T'rer" were sexual detonations, too. especially in the Axel
|pringer press, long hostile to Brandt's detente policies.
As with many master spie, Guiilaume had stooped at nothing
krd ""!! to hve u^ed bo'.h h:s wife and his mistress to get at
et information.
BRANDT HAS angri'v rien'rd 'he strong hints in the pre-
fcat he feared possible blackmail because of sexual episodes in
r.is past
By Itself the charge of Ian marriaw relationships isn't like
k to to] e a govern men 1 these days, in Germany or the
States, i> the history of recent Presidents has amply
Blown.
The ehansjin -xual c<<\"- and l:fetyles have seen to that
The revulsion against the Nixon transcripts goes beyond the ex-
I >s to the larger moi I ikness, But in the German .
pies, politics :,nd sex make a highly charged combination.
THE NEW chancellor-designate. Helni'it Sehmidt. adds a
^lu^l.ness of political fiber to his .-,! s-ed intellectual com-
o He has worked closely with Secretary of state Henry
but in hi-- detente views he may prove closer to Sen.
r:-:;. Jackson (D Wash.).
A= they so oft -n do. the Russians have overreached them-
lives Th:; planted spies masterfully to ferret out detente se
it, in th" process, th > may have lost detente itself, and,
pth it. much of Europe.
Memorial Prayers To Be
Recited At Rally Thursday
Duung the 19th annual Memo-
rial Day Concert Patriotc Rally
in Miami Beach Auditorium
V.ursriay. beginning at 730 p.m.,
special memorial prayers were
to be recited by Temple Emanu-
El's Rabbi Irving Lehrman in
tribute to the victims of the re-
cent Maalot and Kiryat Shemona
tragedies in Israel.
Rabbi Lehrman. who was se- "" "' action for Dissolution of Mai
, ... riage baa been filed agalnsl you and
lected as this years honoree by v,,u ,,. required t-> serve H copj "'
the Rally Committee, in recogni-
tion of his 30 years of service to
the Miami Beach congregation,
was to be the main speaker at
the event, presented by Miami
Beach Lodge 1591. B'nai B'rith.
and sponsored bv the Chase Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Associa-
tion.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-2775
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RI
KAKI. .1 WILCOX,
OLIVIA MICKEL WILCOX.
T( < lllvla Mlckel Wilcox
Residence Unknost n
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Drama At Hillel House
Bac.'hus Productions will pre-
- nt ^amuel Beckett's "Waiting
for Godot." an absurdist drama.
at the Hiliel House. 1100 Millei
Dr.. Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sun- ^5^"lSd"sS I
day at 2 and 8 p.m. Student and Miami Bead F
your written defenses, i' any. to It on
Robert rl. Hums. Esq., attornej for
Petitioner, whose address is 4-" Lin-
coin Road, Miami B< ach, Fla and
Hie thi original with the clerk of
hove Mil.d courl on or before
June 10, 18741; otherwise b default will
. rd against you for thi rellel
. n di ii in the complaint or uett-
Thls notice shall be published once
each i*k for four.....'-' weeki
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS ms hand and the seal ot
-;,i.i court at Miami, Florida on this
30th day of April. !:-74........
RICHARD P BKINKER
.-, I i K I "In un "urt
Dadi O untj Florida
SNEEPEN
.i Ii rk
(Circull '> ie" s
I.AW I *'
adult tickets will be available at
the door.
, ;.., lM.i.'vr 3.in.17.2<
EXPERIENCED
FUND-RAISER
NEEDED
'or short term campaigns. Jewish
community knowledqe essential.
3etume and references. Some travel
reoulred Wn E. F .R Box
0112973. Miami 33101.
H0LLYBRG0X
COUNTRY CLUB
Free Golf and Tennis. 1 Bedroom.
II, Bath Condo. Waterfront.
Screened Terrace, and Carpetinq.
Under Current Price: Will rent
with option to purchase. Phone:
93<-8849.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the unil'-rHijrnrd. dealling tn -n:a*:e
: business undt-r tin- fictitious nama
of PROr'ESSH^NAI. CI lUPOHATH >N
M.\sriTA.\TS at 4800 NK 2nd
A\. Miami, Florida intends to re-
rlster said name with the t'li-rk of
Circull Court of Oade County
Floi Ida.
( I8SIP-HARRI8
INSURANCE. INC.
Sparher. Zeros', Ro.kin. H.illnonner
A: Karp. I' A.
Attorneys for Applicant
nt' v Biscayne Blvd.
Mian,,. Florid. 33.3, 5/3.10.17.24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATF. NO. 74-23-41
In RE: Estate ol
.. I liKl
......,>..!
iv.'. i 'CE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona
llMVillM I i III lf| I '.III.. n,l.
list Sntd E
You are herebj notified and reoulred
t<...... i ..i.ni.- .in.i tl< mands
whii'h i'U ma> have aaralnst the es-
M l.\ ME IEI I ER. di
i untj Florida, to thi
..... itUi ount> and
file lh sami 'm duplicate and as ,
i... a Idi d In s. ctlon "S3 16, I
lies it theii nffici s In |ht 'oun
i\ Courthousi of 11.oil County, Plor-
, inn ,-.ji aienuar i.....urn fn m
tbi lime Ihi first nuhlicatii i hen
. r the same will be ham 'I
Filed at Miami. Florida n
dai of May. A l> l"4.
JEAN l.o.Ml'i"
_\: Administratrix
Flrsl publication of this notice on
the ^'4 day ol May, 1974.
BKEi IEH A; SCHRE1BER
Attorneys for Administratrix
20] u N.E ItiSrd Sin i
:. 24-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THf
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
NO. 70-286
F
MINERVA H. VAX DARTEf*
Deceai i 'I
NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT ANO
APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE
Notice is given thai FRED A.
JONES, JR.. as Administrator <-TA.
completed hia administration and has
filed in this Courl Its final report and
application for dlschaitte Objectlona,
II any, should in filed with this Court
on or before JUNE ',. 1974 After fil-
Ins Proof of Publication ahowlnn that
iins Notlci has been published once a
week for i"Ui consecutive weeks, the
matter of approval ol the report, the
ordering ol distribution of the Estate.
ar.d the final discharge "f Fred A.
,l.ne.-, ,ii as Administrator C.T.A.
will conn i i for. the Court,
Dated this 7ih day of Maj. 1*74,
.H i.NKS A BL.IT8TEIN
At tome) t"i Ei
ma NW 14th Avenue
Miami Florida
By FRED A JONES. JR. ,. ,J4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
Pt- 'BATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-1658
;\ RE Bstsl
HARRY K.I'I.W
1.......Hse(l
, NOTICE OF INTE'.TION TO MAKE
i APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
\i ITU 'i: hen l>5 >-" i lhal
filed !>% P i al H............' '' 'lll"n
for Dlsti hutl Final Dl-chai
n( Administratrix, C T A of II es-
,:,,,. ,,, HARR1 K M'l.W. dei ised.
thai on thi May.
1974 v api l> i" "he Honorable -
uli judi I>ad< Counts I
rova ild Final Report and
iitl<
x C.T A
tat. of II i ah di edent.
This 2th day of Aorll, Ii>i4.
may K FRIEDMAN,
iratrlx. C.T A
SPARHEH ZEMEI. ,^'-:'\:.N,. .
II Kl I UR< INNER and KAKI'. 1 V
Uj REN P KAZEH
-., ,i \. r. i' i. Roulevari
Miami. Plot
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-14222
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
'N RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
AROI.VN ARTEMISIO PALA8I8.
\\ f.
and ,
VP08TOLOS PAL.ASI8. Husband
v pi i8T< iLOfi r.MASiS
Residence Unknown
VOl ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai .in action for Dissolution of Mar-
.._. i,.,s been filed against you an
, iu ar. required to serve a copy o
vour written defenses, if any. t it
.,, ftlDNEY EFRONSON, at
tltloner. whose Bddress Is 61!
., Building Miami. Florida
and file the original wiih the
;,,k ,.i the above styled courl on or
July :.. I74: otherwise a d
a wll i.....ntered agalnsl you for
[he relief demanded In the complaint
l nt'ire shall be publli hed onc<
rou .....live we. kl
,., THE JEW ISH FIX>RID1AN.
W1TVFSS nr hand and ll
iri .ii Miami. Florida on "
;,.ti, das of May. 1*74.
RICHARD P BRISKER
\. rierk, Circull Court
>ad< '.'Uiitv. Florida
I:, i: .1 FOY
\. Di puty i lerk
. 'nut' s. ili
\ EFRONSON
I inslev Build
., '. r da 818S
. v for Petitioner

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. 74-9237
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
HENRY BROWN. JR
Husband. Petitioner.
KATIE l.nrisK BROWN,
Wife. Respondent.
To: KATIE LOUISE BROWN
720 Avenue K
Talledega. Alabama ______,
TOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riagi has been filed agalnsi you and
v ou .11 n .mil id to lerve a copy ol
vour written defenses, if any. to it on
DANIEL ItETTER. attorney for Pe-
. r whose address is I00B Con-
ri i Building, ill N E. 2nd Avenue,
Miami, Florida MISS, and file the
al with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before June i*.
M'Ti otherwise a default iii be en-
tered agalnsl you for the rellel de-
ed in ih. complaint or petition
This notl shall i i publish! >i once
each week for four conseeutlvi weeks
in THE JEWISH FIjDRIDIAN
WITNESS m\ hand and the seal of
mid i. un al Miami. Florida, on this
ISth (las Mas i' 74
RICHARD P BRINKER
a- i ii rk Circull Court
, id Florida
Rs Ul.ORIA ELI IS
i. : uty Clerk
(Circull Com ,.
DANIE1 BSQCIRE
\-; ni i for 1......' t
'.17 J1 SI "
-. 10-17 l 1
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
v -, .i i: is HEREB\ OI\EN that
the undersigned desiring
in bus.' u the nctltlow namj
il DAVID APTS al '" N .,
<.,.,.,.. n..,.i Miami Beach, Florida
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit I ourl ol Daoe
County. Florida......^.....-v
SI-'.V mi ll'R BAFI REN
Michael P Chase. r.A
Attorneys for Seymour Saffrexi
16924 N.E 19th Ave .
North Miami Beach. Kl **...
Of the
the same
nth
..ii
S 24-31 : T-H
Ira Catz Installed At
B'nai B'rith Conclave
Hollywood resident Ira Catz.
former president of the BTow-
I'a'm Beach R'nai B'rith
Counc'l and of Chai I.odse.
B'nai B'rith. was installed as the
* t.. reiilent of R'nai B'rith.
"ay 12. at thr Deauville
Hot I. Miami Beach, during the
convention which brought to-
peth-- delegates from all the
in the state.
IN THE C'RCL'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
!N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO. 74-14189
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN !' Thi Vdi itlon ol.
SHAWN ANC1E1 v CASTERi INE
"HOW \s i "A8TER1 INE
, t'nknown
YiT ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai thi CHARLES ED
V I SPAR M'KI.I.', has filed a
ll abovi -stj |i i'.....
i f the minor child
lhai Petition and you are'
commando.) to serve R cons vour
u i-iii, n defense'. If ans VI N
ZAMFT SMITH. Attorneys for
Petltlom address Is 4tt South
Su IK Coral 0 ihl-
on oi ht I ire June
-1 fill thi with
he Clerk of this i n thi befi n
... m
Iherwisc
ed agalnsl ) i u
for thi ef di maii.li d in Ihi Petl-
WITNESS mv hand and the si il '
rhi i'. i'-i al v iml, Florida ihli .'""i
An outstanding leader in B'nai day [< p |.1.,N.,,,.
'nth and recipient of numerous i rcuii Coul
wards from the o'ganization. J $JLgP&E*
B
award
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE CAIVSON
PROBATE NO. 74-3100
In RE: Estate of
IDA KPITH KAKI'. a K a
IDA B KARP
deceased,
NOTICE TO 1-KKIHTOHS
To All Creditors and All Person* Hay-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Bald
Estate ,
V.iu are In ni.v notified and renutren
to present any clalmi and demands
which you mas have agalnsl the es-
tate of IDA F.DITH KARP B K a
iiia E KARP deceased late "i Dade
County, Florida, to tin Circull Judgea
,,r Dade Counts and fill the same In
duplicati and as provided in Section
7".:; ii, Florida Statutes, in their or-
(,- m the Counts Courthouse in
Dadi County, Florida, within four
calendar months from the nm.
publication hereof, or
v. ill be barn d
d al Miami Fieri.la. this
day of May. A n (974 ____
I ORRA1NE OOl DENBERG
As EJxecutrlx
Flrsl publication of this notlci
ih, 24th dav of Mav 1974.
v IRK Sll VER8TE1N
\u. ri,. ) foi Exi titi v
.f... i in,..in Road Miami Beacn,
Florida
I 24-81
NOTICE OF ACTION__
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Dr FLOR PA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACT-ON NO 74.1-"--t
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE
,l|. \ PEN '- I \-:.'>V.
W |f,
and
I.ORKN! C./ RAT
lln-i
TO LOR1 QARA1
I
Y,r'"v i A.r.y vi.tifiki.
lhal an ai tlon lot Dissolution ol Mar-
. .m,i v>" ana
iou .i' i i' '' '! '" s' v' "'IV '
v, in written di f. 'is.s. if any, to II on
SIDNEY BFROXSOX, attornej for
Petition! i. whost addn as is 61t Alns-
ley Hldg 14 S E, is' Avenue, Miami,
Florida ain, and Hie the oriKlnal
with th< clerk of thi above styled
court .-i or before June l74;
otherwise a default will be entered
. [oi the relief demand- d
in the complaint m petition.
This notlci shall i- published oi
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THF JEWISH Fl --UII-IAN.
WITNESS my hand and tl. seal
f said .. un I Miami, Fhwida ou
this M'h day I *nrll. 1974
:,-U\l 1- P BRIIVKBR
v, i-i, ric. Circull < ourl
n Bj A D "AUK
A Peouty Clera
: fCircull Court SJesJ]
gCDNBY EFRONSON
61 : Ain.-I. v Bid*..
Miami. Kl. rida '..-OfiS.1
Attorney for W%a^M


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Pegs 12-1
Jmist) Hcri'ttor
Friday, May 24, 1974
FOR YOUR SNOPPINO CONVINIENCI.
ALL FOOD FAIR STORES WILL BE
Open Memorial Day moil, May 27th.
FOOD

SAVE 3 WAYS I BONUS SPECIALS! HONEST VALUES I PLUS MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS I
U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF CHUCK formerly chuck roast BRaW^f^
BLADE ROAST.......79c
U S CHOICE WESTERN BEEF CHUCK
U S CHOICE WESTERN IEEE CHUCK
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Blade Steak or 7 Bone 89 Shoulder Pot Roast ..mum 1
FORMERLY CHUCK STEAK FORMERLY IONELESS CROSSRIB ROAST
U S CHOICE WESTERN BEEF CHUCK US CHOICE WESTERN REEF CHUCK $ ,
Under Blade Pot Roast *. I Shoulder Steak Boneless .. 1
FORMERLY CALIFORNIA ROAST
FORMERLY LONDON BROIL SHOULDER
FLA. SHIPPED GRADE A'
FRYER PARTS
WNOll ItlAlTl WITH lit!
WHOll UCI
TMICHt DIUMITICKS
89
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LB. ,CED
FLA. SHIPPED GRADEA'
FRYER QTRS
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55*.
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.
FARMER GRAY QUICK FROZEN YOUNG GRADE 'A'
TURKEYS BASTED
GRADE A QUICK FROZEN SLICED
Turkey Hindquarters lb 39 Beef Liver.
.. 7 TO 9-LB.
AVERAGE
49
c
LB.
.J.B
NEW
HEAVY
DUTY
DETERGENT
COLD
POWER
L.'.AiT ONE PKG..PLEASE.WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF |7 OR MORE,EXCLUDING CIGARETTES.
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ON
?2 BTLS.....''
NUTRITIOUS,
HEALTHFUL
DRINK
PRUNE
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DEL
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BTL.
P.P. BRAND
CRISP & CRUNCHY
P P BRAND
65'
LIMIT J BTLS. .PtSASE.WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MOtE.EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
Pastel Plates
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUNDAY. MAY 26th
AT ALL FOOD FAIR STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKET
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
DISPLAYED IN GREAT VARIETY TO MAKE YOUR
CHOICE EASY TO YOUI COMMITS SATISFACTION
FLORIDA
ORANGES
S.l 59e
CALIFORNIA
Sunkist Lemons 11 R 69e
GAROEN FRESH
Yellow Squash L.19c
FIRM _
Green Cucumbers 3 for 39c
RRM _
Slicing Tomatoes.........6 KS. 39c
'BESHIE
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FRESHIE
Seedless Raisins
LINCOLN BRANO
1S-0Z.
BOX
$119
65c
Apple Cider gallon $1
SI 29
12-OL
PKG.
LEISURE
WAY
PACKAGE
OF 100
Pretzels IfcS1 59c
6-OZ $110
PP BRAND
HEINZ
Mild Barbecue Sauce 3 ^ $1
GERMAN STYLE OR WITH MAYONNAISE
Read's Potato Salad Mtf1
45c
Paper Napkins.................o?So 45'
PP BRAND
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Geisha Tuna '& 73e
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26-0Z.
PKG
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Les Cal Yogurt 4-99
95'
79c
HOLLOWAY HOUSE FROZEN W|TH
BakedFotato ..$A..!& 49c
Mrs. Smith's Apple Pie
MRS SMITH S FPOZEN
Coconut Custard Pie
26 -OZ
.....PKG.
QUARTERS
Promise Margarine Wo. 67c
BORDENS BLUE AMERICAN CHEDDAR
Miracle Melt Cheese ?& 69c
MERICO
Crescent Rolls 3 &% $1
WISCONSIN BABY
Gcuda or Edam Cheese Wi 69c
FR1ENDSH1P PINEAPPLE
m rV tEAM '
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Creamed Cottage Cheese'"Jv 59c
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American Singles \g 69c
IMPORTED AUSTRIAN SLICED
Alps Swiss Cheese Mf 69c
QUARTERS
Allsweet Margarine Wf: 49c
7T
AVAILAtU ONLY AT STORES HAVtNG
SEAFOOD SERVICE COUNTERS
?U4A
AVAIL/
SEA
YELLOW TAIL
$129
LB.
All
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CAUGHT
10 GOODS MADE WITH PURE VEGETAI
HAMBURGER OR
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REFRESHING BEER
Old Milwaukee
12-or.
.NO-RETURN
BOTTLES
AVAILABLE ONLY AT STORES WITH SERVICE COUNTERS
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Jewis3h Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, May 24, 1974
Section C
Festival of Shavuoth on Monday,
Tuesday Has Special Meaning
The festival of Shavuot. which
this year will be celebrated on
May 27 and 28, has few special
rituals.
Those which it does have are
of late origin, and many were
established in the present gen-
eration, according to the Ency-
clopaedia Judaica. This is in
sharp contrast to Passover and
Sukkot, which with Shavuot con-
stitute Judaism's three main pil-
age festivals.
THE EXPLANATION for this
can be readily found when one
traces the development of this
festival.
Shavuot marks the end of the
barley and the beginning of the
wheat harvest and, according to
the Bible, is consequently noth-
ing but an agricultural festival.
The earliest clear reference to
Shavuot as the anniversary of
the giving of the Tablets of the
Law date to the third century
C.E.
THE HARVEST associations
no longer had much meaning
once the Temple was destroyed,
and there are obviously no Bib-
lical ceremonies connected with
the giving of th Torah since this
motif is post-Biblical.
In the synagogue it is custom-
ary to read the Book of Ruth on
Shavuot.
Among the reasons given are:
that the events recorded in Ruth
took place at harvest time: that
Ruth was the ancestor of David
who, traditionally, dies on Sha-
vuot: that Ruth's "conversion" to
Judaism is appropriate reading
for the festival which commemo-
rates the giving of the Torah;
and that Ruth's loyalty is sym-
bolic of Israel's loyalty to the
Torah.
IN ISRAEL'S kibbutzim. Sha-
vuot is celebrated as "Hagigat
ha-Bikkurim." the Festival of the
First Fruits, a name which ap-
pears in the Bible.
Kibbutz celebrations origi-
nated in the 1920s and 1930s as
an attempt to recapture the "an-
cient Hebrew" mainly the
agricultural character of Jew-
ish holidays.
Over the years, they acquired
a tradition of their own, as near-
ly two generations of kibbutz
children grew up celebrating
Arnon Takes Up New Duties
As Israel Bond President
Michael Arnon, who served for
six years as Secretary of the
Cabinet and Government of Is-
rael, arrived in New York City,
where he will take up his new
duties as president and chief ex-
ecutive officer of the Israel Bond
Organization, last week.
Prior to his departure from Is-
rael to assume his newr position,
Mr. Arnon was honored at fare-
well receptions tendered by Is-
rael's President Katzir. Prime
Minister Golda Meir and Israel
Yeshayahu, Speaker of the Knes-
set.
In his new post Mr. Arnon. a
former Israel Ambassador to
Ghana and Consul General in
New York, will be responsible for
the administration of the world-
wide operations of the Israel Bond
Organization which has been the
chitf source of outside funds for
the economic development of the
State of Israel.
Since its inception in 1951, the
organization has sold a total of
close to $3 billion in State of Is-
rael Bonds for the promotion of
agriculture, industry' and com-
merce, and for the creation of
jobs for new immigrants from all
over the world.
As he assumed his new duties,
Mr. Arnon emphasized the in-
separable connection between Is-
rael's economic situation and the
prospects for a lasting peace in
the Middle East.
"An economically strong Israel
is just as vital as a militarily
strong Israel to help achieve a
new era of peace in the region.
In furthering the fullest develop-
ment of its economy. Israel Bonds
are performing a role of major
importance in determining the
course of Israel's future," he said.
Rosen Eleeted To 3rd Term
As Temple Israel President
Builder Arnold P. Rosen, ex-
ecutive vice president of Lennar
Corp., has been elected to an
unprecedented third term a3
president of Temple Israel of
Greater Miami. Two one-year
terms have been the practice dur-
ing the past 52 years.
In another historic first, Rosen
was chosen by the new board of
trustees of the pioneer Reform
Jewish congregation Under new
by-laws approved a year ago, a
15-person board was empowered
to choose its officers at the 52nd
annual congregational meeting,
the first time the congregation
has failed to exercise that right
since its chartering in 1922.
Other officers elected include
Nathan Gumenick and Jack Schil-
linger, vice presidents; Gerald K.
Schwartz, secretary; and Mrs.
Leopold Schwartz, treasurer.
Members of the board of trus-
tees elected by the congregation
are Martin Pine, Thomas Green,
Lois Newmark, Sam Rabin. Ken-
neth Rosen, Irene Sands, Robert
Shapiro, Stanley Tate, Eli Timo-
ner and Claire Weintraub.
In addition, the auxiliary presi-
dents serving on the board are
Marge Schillinger, Sisterhood;
Charles Bracker, Brotherhood;
and Gigi Levene, Youth Group.
them.
When the first kindergarten
and school were established in
each kibbutz, the settlers became
aware of a need for festive occa-
sions, both as an educational ex-
perience for the children and to
relieve the monotony of daily
life.
THE TRADITIONAL festival!
thus served as a basis for a re-
vival enriched by Biblical and
mishnaic sources. The Festival of
the First Fruits maiks the peak
of the first grain harvest and the
first ripe fruits.
The seven species mentioned
in the Bible i wheat, barley,
vines, pomegranates, olive trees,
fig trees, and honey) are repre-
sented graphically as well as
through song and dance. There
are also mass rallies to bring of-
ferings of first fruits to the Jew-
ish National Fund.
IN SOME MEDIEVAL commu-
nities it was customary to intro-
duce children to the Hebrew
School on Shavuot. the season
of the giving of the Torah.
At this initiation ceremony,
the child, at the age of five or
thereabouts, was placed on the
reading desk in the synagogue
and from there was taken to the
school where the first attempts
at reading the Hebrew alphabet
were be^un.
The child then was given
cakes, honey and sweets "that
the Torah might be sweet on his
lip.-." In many modern syna-
gogues, particularly Reform, the
confirmation of older children
takes place on Shavuot.
Ferdie Confers
With Nixon
By Special Report
WASHINGTON Ainslee R.
Ferdie, national commander of
the Jewish War Veterans: Ber
nard T. Chesman, a Vietnam vet-
eran and member of JWV Post
No. 692, Silver Springs, Md.; and
Col. Irwin R. Ziff, assistant ex-
ecutive director of JWV. attend-
ed a meeting May 9 called by
President Nixon to discuss a new
program with veterans' group
leaders.
During the White House con-
ference, President Nixon an-
nounced the "Man on Campus"
program as a positive response
to the expressed need of Vietnam
veterans trying t further their
education.
VIETNAM veterans have been
stymied in efforts to attend
schools because of lost checks,
delayed payment, and insufficient
benefits from the Veterans Ad-
ministration.
Commander Ferdie hailed the
new program and said that
"though this is long overdue, it
is a maor step in the right direc-
tion."
Shavuoth Services Confirmation Set
The observance of Shavuoth at
Temple Beth El, Hollywood, will
begin with Confirmation services
Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Dr. Samuel
Z. Jaffe will charge the con-
firmands.
This year's confirmands are
Lisa K. Bennett, Laurie L. Ber-
man, Melinda B. Bernstein, Jef-
frey B. Biegelsen, Donna L. Bolo-
tin, Sharon R. Ecker, Jonathan M.
Fordin, Heiene B. Friedman,
Thomas S. Garron, Betsy Haven,
Robin Haven, David A. Jacobs.
Ilene S Kones, Diane E Krasne.
Jessica Litman. Wendy Marks,
Deborah L, May, Erin J. Morgan,
Jill A. Newman. Laurie E. Nitz-
berg, Indee L. Simons. Steven P.
Weinstein.
Shavuoth services will also be
held at 10:30 a.m. Monday, when
Yiakor Memorial Prayers will be
recited.
In Midst of Travail
In the midst of Jewish suffering and travail in Israel
and the Soviet Union, Jews throughout the world will be
joining hands Monday and Tuesday in celebrating
Shavuot, or the Feast of the Weeks.
They will set their agonies and anguishes aside to
adorn the synagogue with plants and flowers b=causa,
according to tradition, Mt. Sinai was a mountain festooned
with greenery and trees.
Coming seven weeks after the ceh oration of Passover,
the holiday celebrates the giving of the Ten Command-
ments to Moses on Mt. Sinai during the 40 years of Jewish
wandering in the desert after the exodus from Egypt and
prior to the return to Canaan.
Some Jews celebrate Shavuot by eating dairy prod-
ucts because, in Song 4:11 the Torah is compared to milk.
Also because the lew of the first fruits is placed in juxta-
position to a law concerning milk !Ex. 23:19).
Other Jews celebrate Shavuot by eating triangular-
shaped pancakes stuffed with meat or cheese because the
Torah is composed oi three parts iPentateuch, Prophets
and Hagiographa).
Either way, and there are more, Shavuot recalls Ex.
19:21: "In the third month after the children of Israel were
gone forth out of the land of Egypt, the same day carr.e
they into the wilderness of Sinai," and "zemen matter,
toratenu" the time of the giving of our Torah was
shortly to be upon them.
On such a happy occasion, world Jewry's agonies
and anguishes seem temporary.
Jews wi'l pause Monday and Tuesday to note the
celebration of the customs that ksep therr. together as a
pecpls and to reaffirm the fact that nothing on this earth
that tries Iheir survival and salvation, including terrorism
and oppression, will ever succeed.
Pictured at the press conference called by local officials
and rabbis after the tragedy last week at Ma'alot, Israel,
are (from left) Metro Commissioner Harry P. Cain, Miami
Beach Mayor Chuck Hall, Rabbi Maxwell Barger and Mi-
ami Mayor Maurice Ferre.
Ma'alot Attack Condemned
By Local Officials, Rabbis
Community leaders gatnerea
for a press conference at the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Thursday. May IS, to express
their shock and condemnation of
the terrorist attack on the high
sohoo! in Ma'alot. Israel.
Speakers at the press confer-
ence included Metro Commission-
er Harry P. Cain, who was repre-
senting Mayor John B. Orr. Jr.;
Miami Beach Mayor Chuck Hall;
Rabbi Maxwell Berger. president
of the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, and Miami Mayor
Maurice Ferre.
Rabbi Berger. speaking on be-
half of both th Rabbinical As-
sociation and trie Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, called the act
of terrorism "an attack on the
civilized world." He encouraged
members of the Jewish commu-
nity to attend special memorial
services "to express their sense
of bereavement."
Commissioner Cain issued a
statement from Mayor Orr saying
that he was "appalled by man's
inhumanity to man and in this
cap. man's inhumanity toward
children."
Mayors Hail and Ferr? also
condemned the brutal attack anJ
called for prayers for peace by
people of all religions.
Beth David Marks 62 Years
With A History On 'Pioneer.-.'
The 62nd annual meeting of
Beth David Congregation will be
held Sunday at 8 p.m. in the
lemple's Spcctor Hall.
During the evening, a history
of the "Pioneers" of Beth David,
oldest Jewish congregation in the
Greater Miami area, will be pre-
sented to the congregation by
members Mrs. Albert (Ruth)
Dubbin and Mrs. Isador (Clara)
Fine.
Mrs. DuBbtn Is the daughter of
the late Morris Zion. and Mrs.
Fine is the daughter of the late
Sol Schwartz. Accepting the his-
tory will be Norman Sholk. con-
gregation president, and Rabbi
Sol Landau, spiritual leader of
Beth David.
Founded in 1913. Beth David
was then called B'nai Zion in
honor of its founding president,
Morris Zion. Some 35 members
were part of the organization,
and services were held in private
homes.


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Debate Over Justice of Existence of Israel Among Blacli
Has a Perplexing Meaning Today
by BAYARD RUSTIN
rpHE PERSKTENt 1
bate over the relati mshi]
n black people and the State
of L.iael is a perplexing and
tn uMesome phenomenon.
For one would think that the
rii b mda which link blacks
to Jews the common he:
of discrimination and oppression.
the cooperation during the pro-
test campa f tli rights
movement, and the fact that
1,lacks and Jews occupy p
roles within the liberal coalition
would iently powerful
endui Ing to preclude s
differences over Israel's fl
*noFr> to THIS is Is
democratic anJ egalitarian char-
... t ..!.:: stand -
as) ; the ciiu
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\ i-t one cannot dismiss the
ol I c :"
- I believe to be I
i
a ol questionab limei sion.
Since her estab 25
i. rael as
.kable love: of support from
tiie leadership of the black com-
munity, includin',' elected offi-
cials, civil rights leaders, and
church and labor figures.
Nor is there any significant
nee to suggest that tlus up-
Pv it diminished during the mo t
recent outbreak of fighting Quite
the contrary Shortly aft-r the
Yom Kippur War began. 13 of the
15 black members of Congress
agreed to co-sponsor a resolu-
tion urging the U.S. Government
to resupply Israel's hard-pressed
military forces.
IN ADDITION. 75 black trade
union leaders issued a statement
wnich was published in the Sun-
day "New York Times" (Oct. 21.
To All Greetings .
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Phone 754-5527
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67 N.W. 71st Street
fREE ESTIMATES
r"HONE: 754-7224
A Happy Shavuoth Tc All .
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& CO.
VARIETY STORE
1201 Washington Avenue
Greetings to Our
Jewish Friends
POLLY DAVIS
CAFETERIAS
The Cafeteria that Changed
"Eating into Dn;ng"
ONE NEAR YOU
A Happy Shavuoth To A
RANGE
FUNERAL HOME
"CONFIDENCE'
5727 N.W. 17th AVENUE
PHONE 691-4343
Bayard Rustin, distinguished Black leader, is
the author of this column on "American Negroes
and Israel," which first appeared in the Apr
issue of "The Crisis," publication of the National
Association for the Advancement of Colced
People. Rustin is executive director of the A.
Philip Randolph Institute.
1973i calling on black Ame
-to stand nritta Israel in
gle to live and be free' A sirs
liar statement was issued by a
.roiip ol leading biack t
ials.
But while traditional
leadership has been generous in
embracing Israel's cause, the
:>e said I >r black
FOLLOWING THE Sii
War I
the Student Nonviolent Coordi-
.., ii le ii im-
- .,:. : lal" nature
of Israel and proclaimed the ne-
cessity of Mack-Ant) solidarit}
Others, employing language
thai avoided the eearaeneas an.i
irrationalism which marked the
Panther rhetoric, equated blaek
support for .sraei with sub-e:
vience to Jewish interests in the
I'nited States.
Thus in criticizing black Con-
gressmen for their endorsement
of military aid to Israel. Robert
S. Browne, who is director of the
Blaek Economic Research Coun-
cil, a-ked whether "black leader-
ship is so intimidated by its ties
to the Jewish community that it
canr I positions i
with Jew -
WHAT BROWNE is sugg
nous: thi'
no validity to the Isra
at \<
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the wishes ol
f what is
To v res* ich
pies ol
;<; 13 to
dangerous 1
easiiy ask whethei I
ords of Senal Ribi-
ol hi(.. ai
n ithing more than j b
black "as]
Only the n;o;t cynical o-
most foolish would denj that
Javits and Ribicoff have demon'
strated an abiding, personal com-
mitment to racial equality during
their public careers. It takes
equal cynicism to impugn the mo-
tives ot black eiVCted oit.cials. as
Browne and others have done.
ISRAEL'S BLACK critids have
misrepresented Israel's policy u-
wands black African nations The
suggestion, for example, that Is-
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL ..
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Haulover Beach Dock Phones 945-3801 947-3525
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL ..
SEARLE & MORRIS INSURANCE
All Forms of Insurance
113 Almeria Avenue, Coral Gables Phone 443-2553
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL ..
JOE GUTHRIE AND SON REPAIR SHOP
GENERAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING "Since 1922"
"OUR WORK IS AS GOOD AS THE BEST"
3828 N.W. 2nd Ave. Miami, Ffa. Phone 576-0096
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS
TNT CHEMICAS, INC.
MANUFACTURERS OF HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDES
7301 N.W. 77th Street, Miami Phone 837-7445
Shavuoth Greetings To All...
MISHCON
FAMILY
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF HIALEAH
975 WEST 49th STREET, HIALEAH
"Bank With A Smile On Palm Springs Mile"
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A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO AIL .
HELEN MILLER FLORIST
-c A Of Greater '.'
5828 S W. 71st Street, South Miami, Florida
Phone 661-5631 Night 226-6*06
SHA GREETINGS
SHELLEY TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO.
8000 N.W. 103rd Street
Hia'eah Gardens. Htaleah Florida
Phone: 821-4040
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO AIL .
GREATER MIAMI
OPERA ASSOCIATION
1200 CORAL WAY, MIAMI
Phone 854-1643
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
THE MIAMI RUG COMPANY
100 South Miami Avenue
11211 South Dixie Hwy.
11150 N.W. 32nd Avenue
698 N.E. 167th Street
Phone 377-2766
238-2181
685-8444
947-6521
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
BANNER SUPPLY COMPANY
3725 So. Dixie Highway
SID FALK- BARNEY LANDERS
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
BEUTEL'S SOLAR-HEATER CO.
TANKS BOOSTERS
COMPLETE INSTALLATIONS ^
1527 N. Miami Avenue 371-1426
Shavuoth Greetings To The Jewish Comrm
FRAMUS FRAMES
MR STEPHEN SIMON, Owner
15540 W. Dixie Highway
Phone 944-5413
"FINEST IN FRAMINGS"
OUR BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS,
PATRONS AND ACQUAINTANCES
Specter and Sons, Inc.
"WE BUILD MIAMI
575 S.W 22nd Avenue
Phone 642-
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SpeCtors To Be Honored At Bank Presenting
iTfc i t- i i x^ it- 4th Annual Book
Beth Kodesh Bonds Event
A "Night in Israel," under the
Greater M in
raci Bond Organization, will be
held at Beth Kodesh Con.--
tion, 1101 SW I2th \:r SUi
June 2. it has been announced.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T(
arc serving m chairmen of The
cveni honoring Dr. and Mrs
Ni win K Spector who wfl re
ccjve the State of Israel Bonds
Scroll of Honor for their out-
standing service in behalf of Is-
rael's economic development
Dr. Spector, a director of the
Central Bank and Trust Co. of
Miami, is president of the Greater
Miami Free Loan Association, an
organization he has served as
second vice president and as a
director. A licensed private nurs-
ing home administrator, he holds
Ph.D. degrees in Sociology and
Psychology.
An active participant in the re-
ligious and social life of the com-
munity. Dr. Spector is a former
president of Beth KodeSh. a mem-
ber of B'nai B'nth Coral Gables
Lodge, and a director of the Flor-
ida Nursing Home Association.
He is also a life member of the
Jewish Home and Hospital for
the Aged of Greater Miami, a
Shriner and a 32nd Degree Mason.
Mrs. Spector, a life member of
the Jewish Home and Hospital
for the Aged, shares her hus-
bands enthusiasm for Jewish
communal affairs An active mem
ber of Beth Kndesh Congregation,
she is an officer of Alpha Pen
Link, the ladies auxiliary of the
Masons.
'

Off. NATHAN SPfCTMt
Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual
leader of Eeth Kodesh, will be
the main speaker for the "Night
in Israel." Mr. and Mrs. Franklin
D. Kreutzer are serving as hon-
orary chairmen; Mr and Mrs.
Morris Topal are cochairmen.
June 9 Auction Sale
Last meeting of the current
club year for Kinneret Chapter.
Pioneer Women, will feature an
auction sale Sunday. June 9. at 1
p.m. at the Washington Federal,
1133 Normandy Dr Refreshments
will be served.
Shavuoth Greetings To The Jewish CoT^unity
h.i:i:*ii.\ its hue its
"FLEEMAN BUILT MEANS BETTER BUILT"
10235 Quai! Roost Drive Ph. 235-7811
SHAVUSTH greetings to all ...
LARIIY >l AUKS and COMPAXY
manufactures; distributors wholesale
WOMEN'S, MISSES' t JUNIORS' DRESSES, COAT S. SttfTS
Mifkt Bldg 120 N.W. 2nd Street Mijmi, Ha. Phone 379.2631
A Happy Shavuoth To All...
From
BALOGH JEWELERS
447 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach 531-0087
- 242 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables 445-2644
A Happy Shavuoth To All...
NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL
BANK OF MIAMI
,013 NTW. 7th AVENUE
759 4321
HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL-. .
ll ME TELEPHONE 696-6521
3601 N.W. Ill Sinn MIAMI. rLOIOA 33147
HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL /
/^rrcUDPLAfJM '' -r\
Hoi.%; 10:00 5 00
A,
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Peacock
Ii^ttbi
! for the Distinctive Woman
3484 Main Highway
Coconut Grove, Florida
Phone 448 9810
Review Series
Bank of Miami Beach will
I m at
the Forte Towers North Audito-
rium, 1200 West A.VC. foi
year, Atv-l
pn Idi nt and chairman oi
Wednesday.
Mrs, Sophie Primak. wkM
formative and colorful review
have attracted a'tention throu
out South Fiorina, will present
the proerams on the second Moil
day of each month Book reviews
begin promptly at 7:15 p.m.. and
a first come, first served policy
prevails.
The fourth annual series will
begin June 10 with a review of
"The Temple." by Arkady Leo-
kum.
Other books to be reviewed in
the new series include "The New
Israelis." by David Schoenbrun.
and "Marilyn: A Biography," by-
Norman Mailer.
Holtz noted that more than
10,000 persons have attended Mrs.
Primak's reviews sponsored by
the Bank of Miami Beach and
that "this is one of our most
popular forms of community serv-
ice."
Heller Loan To Monex Will
Be Used To Build Factory
Walter E. Heller and Company
of Florida has made a $1,275,000
construction lo?n to Milton Perl-
man, president of the Monex
Corporation.
Perlman. whose Monex Corpo-
ration is a fabricator of steel prod-
ucts for the construction indus-
try, will use the loan to construct
a new factory at NE 185th Street
anil 4th Court in North Miami
Beach.
m
Best IVuLs To *M 'Jcr *4
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COFFEE SYSTEMS
498 West 18th Street
Hialeah. Florida 33010
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gest Wishes a *4tt Jcr ^4
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OF MIAMI
1201 ISKICKELL AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33131
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Officers Will
Oil Dolphins' Joseph Robbie Continue Service
Ambassador Avraham Harman.
president of the Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem, will be the
JOStPH ROBBIt
principal speaker Sunday at a
special convocation of Israel's
first and largest institution of
higher learning, scheduled for 2
p.m. at the University of .Miami's
Baron de Hirsch Meyer Law Com-
plex Auditorium in Coral Gables.
Ambassador Harman. who
served as Israel's chief envoy to
the United States for nine years.
from 1959 until 1968. will bestow
the title of Honorary Feilow upon
Joseph Robbie, managing general
r of the world champion
li Dolphins and a Torch of
Learning Laureate of the Amer-
ican F if thi Hebrew L'ni-
vers ty
Robbie will be feted for his
leadership in establishing a Physi-
cal Fitiu -- and Physical E
ti n Center at the Hel : w Uni-
u : the 11 Is-
1 1 ai
A Happy Shavuoth To All
ROBINSON
GALLERIES INC.
627 So. Miami Avenue
MIAMI
Phone 374-5713
A Happy Shavuoth To All
HERBERT SIEGEL
PAINTING CONTRACTORS
1999 N.E. 147th STREET
NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE: 947-6894
Holiday Greetings
Tc Our Friends
MISTER RICHARD
SANZ SALON
Harbor House South
10275 COLLINS AVENUE
BAL HARBOR
865-4909
A Happy Shavuoth To Al
china urn
RESTAURAIVT
14255 N.W. 7th AVENUE
NORTH MIAMI
PHONE: 681-0012
A Happy Shavuoth To Al
NORMANDY PLAZA
HOTEL
6979 COU1NS AVENUE
8*6-2701

Games in Munich, Germany, in
September, 172.
Harry A. (Hap) Levy, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Chap-
ter of the American Friends, will
serve as chairman for the con-
vocation ceremony. Admission is
open to the public, but tickets
m st be secured in advance from
the offices of the American
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity. 605 Lincoln Road Bldg. Al-
bert A. Dorner. regional direc-
tor, is coordinating convocation
arrangements.
Ambassador Harman. who has
served as president of the He-
brew University of Jerusalem for
the pa*t six years, was Israel's
first Consul General to Canadi.
and later served as Consul Gen-
eral in New York. The former as-
sistant Director General of the
Foreign Ministry, he was born in
London, graduated from Oxford
University and moved to Israel in
1938
NEW YORK The American
Jewish Committee, concluding its
68th annual meeting here, re-
elected its top officers for an-
other annual term.
Elmer L. Winter, president of
Mnufuwer, Luc. j"U leMuef id
civic and Jewish communal af-
fairs, continues as the organiza-
tion's 16th president.
Named for a second term were
Richard Maass. of White Plains.
NY. chairman of the board of
governors; Maynard I. Wlahner,
of Chicago, chairman of the Na-
tional Executive Council; and
Theodore Ellenoff. New York,
chairman ot the board ol trustees
New York attorney Morris H.
Bergreen and Gerard WeinstOCk,
of Larchmont, NY., president of
Basic Foods. Inc.. were reelcct.d
treasurer and associate treas-
urer respectively. Mrs. Leon C,
Sunstein. Jr.. of Philadelphia, was
renamed secretary.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
AAA LETTER SERVICE
130 N.E. 2nd AVENUE, Ml AM
Phone 379-0041
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
EDWARDS PRODUCE CO., INC.
1201 N.W. 21st STREET-PHONE 374-6143
Shavuoth Greetings To The Jewish Community
NICHOLS APARTMENT HOTEL
9585 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 866-8051
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS
NATIONAL
TITLE COMPANY
ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE MORTGAGES
MAIN OFFICE
151 S.W. 27th AVENUE PHONE: 642-6220
Mrs. Judy Gilbert, who was installed as president, Greater
Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women May 1,
is shown with section officers who will serve with her dur-
ing the coming club year, r'rom left to right are (fiont row)
Rcse Barrow, vice president Thrift Shop; Gladys Green, vice
pesident administration; Arline Pritcher, community serv-
ices vice president; Mrs. Gilbert; Betsy Singer, pusuc aiiuirs
vice president; Anna Mae floss, vice president, memb r
s'r.ip; (back row) Nanci Goldstein, recording S3cretary; Anne
Sheldon, corresponding secretary; Sophie Thaw, treasurer,
end Edith Feldman, financial secretary.
HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE
OF
OUR PARENT FOUNDERS
Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowirz6
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
ATLANTIC BEACH HOTEL
3400 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Phone 534-4665
HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
APPLIANCE REPAIRIUM
SMALL APPLIANCES REPAIRED
ALL REPAIRS GUARANTEED
Phone 947-8041 1784 N.E. 163rd St., N. Miami Beach
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
ARMANDO'S ITALIAN RESTAURANTS
1201 S.W. 22nd STREET, MIAMI
PHONE 854-4717
150 GIRALDA AVENUE, CORAL GABLES
PHONE 448-8294
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
MR. and MRS.
ALBERT ROSEJS MilU.
and ft Iff M
& Liquors
Best UUbL.'Jo *4ll m
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
10777 N.W. 36th AVENUE
Phone 688-86'5
Shavuoth Greetings To The Jewish Community
HOLLOWAY COFFEE CORPORATION
421 N.W. 32ND STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA 576-2323
A Happy Shavuoth
To All...
BURGER
KING
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7360 North Kendall Drive
MIAMI 33156
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Friday, May 24. 1974
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Maccabee Lodge, Kotin To
Be Honored At Forte Towers
B'nai B'rith Maccabee Lodge
No. 2579 and its president, George
N. Kotin, will be honored at a
-Night in Israel" to be held Wed-
nesday at Forte Towers, Miami
Beach.
Kotin, who will receive the
State of Israel Bonds Scroll of
Honor for his exceptional service
and leadership on behalf of Is-
rael, is serving his third term as
president of the B'nai B'rith Mac-
cabee Lodge. A member of the
regional board of the Anti-Defa-
niation League. Kotin serves as
chairman of the ADL for the
South Florida Council of B'nai
B'rith Lodges, of which he is vice
president.
Chairman of the Forte Towers
Israel Bonds, Combined Jewish
Appeal and Jewish National Fund
campaigns, Kotin is past presi-
dent of the Forte Towers Men's
Social Club, a member of the
executive boards of JNF, Four
Freedoms and the Florida State
Tenants Associations, and vice
president of the Hillel Advisory
Board. He is also president of the
Presidents Club of Miami Beach.
Kotin, who retired to Miami
Beach in 1968 from Chicago, was
a practicing attorney for almost
50 years. He is a former member
of the Chicago and Illinois Bar
Associations.
CtOKGt N. KOTIN
Guest speaker at the Forte
Towers "Night in Israel" will be
Dr. Leon Kronish, spiritual lead-
er of Temple Beth Sholom and
National Campaign cochairman
for Israel Bonds. Singer Rita
Green will present a program of
Isrieli songs
Serving as cochairmen are
David Emmer, Jack Hazelkorn.
Albert Johnson, Max Newman
and Joseph Zelner.
'Franklin Reports
6No Problems9
Franklin Savings and Loan As-
sociation reports there is "no
problem a"nd'no confusion'^among
its depositors in the aftermath of
the weekend announcement that
Franklin National Bank of New
York is having financial prob-
lems.
Fred B. Hartnett, executive
vice president of the two Dade
County Savings and Loan units,
made the announcement after
wire service reports that New
York's Franklin Savings Bank
had called public attention to the
fact that some of its depositors
were confusing their bank with
the financially hard pressed na-
tional bank, because of the Frank-
lin name.
"Our depositors are well aware
of the differences between sav-
ings and loan associations and
banks," Mr. Hartnett said, "and
that we are entirely a Florida-
based organization."
In recent months the local
Franklin Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation offices at 250 Bird Rd. in
Coral Gables and 124 E. Flagler
St. in Miami have been recording
'modest increases" in deposits,
Mr. Hartnett said.

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Friday, May 2.1, 19^4

Martin S. Lawson To Be Ordained BBYO Hold?
As \ Rabbi May 31 At HUC-JIR
CINCINNATI Martin S. Law-
in, son o! Mrs. Rose Lawson of
6800 XE 15th Ave.. Nonh Miami
MARTIN S. LAWSON
Beach, will be ordained a rabbi
here Friday, May 31, at gradu-
ation exercises of the Hebrew
L'nion College-Jewish Institute of
Religion, the American institu-
tion of higher learning in Reform
Judaism.
Mr. Lawson, who will be ordain-
ed by Dr. Alfred GoUschalk.
president of the College-Institute.
A Happy Shavuoth To All
JONES GULF SERVICE
13500 W. DIXIE HWY.
MIAMI
PHONE 891-2052
A Happy Shavuoth To All
D.T.C. TOOL CORP.
2777 N.W. 54TH STREET
PHONE 633-9081
MIAMI
A Happy Shavuoth To All
BALDWIN
Mortgage Co.
BALDWIN
Insurance Agency, Inc.
PHONE 374-8181
840 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
A Happy Shavuoth To Al
YOUNG AGES
604 LINCOLN ROAD
ELI LINIADO
Holiday Greetings to All
Our Friends and Patrons
Fenton & Muskaf
REALTORS
529 Arthur Godfrey Rd.
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-0631
1 Happy Shavuoth To Al
DESK EXCHANGE
New and Used
Office Furniture
2742 N.W. 35TH STREET
PHONE 634 4024
received his B.A. degree in Edu-
cation from the University of
Florida, where he was president
of the Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity,
in 1968. He was also the presi-
dent of the B'nai Brith Hillel
Foundatiop of the university.
While preparting for ordina-
tion at the College-Institute Mr.
Lawson was the director and can-
tor of the school's choir, as well
'< aivi or tor two vears to the
Youth Group of Temple Sholom
in Cincinnati. He has been cantor
and rabbinic assistant of Temple
Israel, Dayton, Ohio since 1972.
Upon completion of his studies
Mr. Lawson will be awarded the
degree of Master of Arts in He-
brew Letters. He has accepted
the post of full time assistant rab-
bi at The Temple. Atlanta. Ga
and will assume his duties there
this fall.
ORT Musical Installation
Collins Beach Chapter. Worn-
en!s American ORT. was to hold
a musical installation luncbe.n
Thursday at noon in the Seacoast
West. Entertainment for the af-
ternoon was to feature aa original
show written and performed by
chapter members.
CARIH Donor Luncheon Set
"The Wonderful World of
CARIH" will be presented at the
fifth annual donor luncheon for
the Gift of Life Chapter (of
CARIH). Saturday. June 1. at
11:30 a.m. at the Starlight Roof
of the Doral Beach Hotel.
Convention
Member? >? the Smith Florida
Council of B'nai B'nth Youth
Organization met recently for
their annual "Spring Conven-
tion." The convention was under
the direction of Dr. Carl Gussin.
Florida Region BBYO director.
Judge Milton Friedman open-
ed the sessions by readil
proclamation signed by Mayor
Maurice Ferre. recognizing the
BBYO on its 50th anniversary.
For fifty years, the BBYO has
provided a variety of activity
programs for Jewish youth in-
cluding religious services, inter-
faith meetings and discussions,
music and cultural programs and
athletic tournaments.
This year's full convention
program included discussions
and seminars on topics of special
interest to Jewish youth. High-
lighting the meeting was an ad-
dress by Barry Gurland, a fre-
quent speaker at fund-raising ac-
tivities for the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's 1974 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund, who gave a
special appeal on behalf of the
1974 Campaign.
Also featured was a special
showing of the GMJFs 1974
Campaign film "We Are One."
starring Eli Wallach, Sam Jaffe.
Daliah Lavi and Lee J Cobb.
Outstanding support of Jewish
needs in Miami, in Israel and
throughout the world was evi-
denced by the group's enthusias-
tic contributions to the 1974
Shavuoth Greetings To All .
JONAS AND
CLAIRE BROTMAN
Shavuoth Greeting! To All.. .
LEYITZ
1400 N.W. 167th Straet
Where the Sunshine State
Parkway Begins
A Happy Shavuoth To All
LUDLUM
REXALL DRUGS
"PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS"
1601 S.W. 67th Avenue
West Miami
Phone 261-5051
Shavuoth Grettinas To All .
PAPA'S
SELTZER
(only Plastic Coated
Seltzer Bottles)
Free Home Delivery
2110 N.W. 8th Avenue
Phono 324-0330
Shavuoth Greetings To All .
SUNSHINE of MIAMI
CAP MANUFACTURING
MORRIS GOLDWAG
All Kinds of Caps for
Men, Women, Children
328 WEST FLAGLER STREET
MIAMI Ph. 371-4652
A Happy Shavuoth T Ml...
FRANK'S PAINTING
CONTRACTORS
House Painting-Roof Cleaning
20 Years Experience
CALL FRANK
Phone 893-2834
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
CITY MEMORIAL AND MONUMENTS, INC.
7610 N.E. 2nd Avenue Miami, Florida 759-1669
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
EAST COAST SCRAP METAL
3273 N.W. No. River Drive 634-7744
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
STEPHEN KRAVITZ ALLEN SUPLER
AMBER OIL CORPORATION
1861 Bay Rd., Miami Beach Phone 538-4611
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
KEY BISCAYNE HOTELS & VILLAS
701 OCEAN DRIVE, KEY BISCAYNE
PHONE 361-5431
Hindi and Walt Diamond who publish "Industria Turistica
Magazine" rsceived the Mayor's Commendation this week
ior their "untiring and fruitful efforts in promoting tourism
to the area." Presenting the award was Miami Mayor
Maurice A Ferre (center). The Diamonds have been pub-
lishing the Spanish-language magazine for 17 years It is
the oniy international travel trade magazine in Spanish
that i3 mailed to more than 28 countries each month.
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL...
WOLFIE'S
RESTAURANTS
195 LINCOLN ROAD 2038 COLLINS AVENUE
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
THE BULL AND BEAR RESTAURANT
10 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami 374-6723
In the McAllister Hotel
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL
ENNESS GARMENT CO. INC.
ENNESS GARMENT BUILDING
221 N.W. 1st COURT, MIAMI
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
JONES MIAMI BEACH MOVING & STORAGE
1330 18th Street, Miami Beach Phone 532-3443
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
SMITH HAMILTON SHOP, INC.
GRINDING SERVICE
3642 N.W. 37th Ave., Miami, Florida Phone 633-6372
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
ADAM'S APPLE INC.
GIFTS, CARDS, DECORATIVE ACCESSORIES
3190 COMMODORE PLAZA
COCONUT GROVE, FLORIDA
Phone 444-2111
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL ...
UNIROYAL TIRES
AMALIE (Pennsylvania) MOTOR OIL
DADE TIRE CO., Inc.
"We Never Close"
1501 N.Miami Ave., Miami, Florida Phone 373-8445
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
ATLAS ROOFING CO., INC.
All Types of Residential & Industrial Roofs
WE ARE EXPERTS IN LARGE AND SMALL LEAKS
118 West 21st Street. Hialeah, Florida
Phone 885-1641
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MAULE
MAULE INDUSTRIES, INC.
SERVING SOUTH FLORIDA
,~ .. FOR OVER FIVE DECADES
100 Biscayne Blvd. 377-8941


Frida/, May 24, 1974
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Page 7
Goldens Donate Schreck's
Sculpture To Temple Sinai
Sunday at 10 a.m., Rabbi David
Shapiro and first vice president
Joseph Kleiman of Temple Sinai,
Boli/wood. wii] dedicate and /i-
veil Michael Schreck's marble
sculpture "Tbe Masada." in front
of tbe synagogue binding with
Re.igious school and USY stu-
dents participating. The sculp-
ture wa donated b\ Mr. and Mrs.
GlliUv Golden of Hollywood.
Mr. Schreck. a painter and
sculptor residing in Holhwood.
was born in Austria and educated
in Vienna. His works are rcpre-
"MASADA"
Marble Sculpture by Schreck
A Ecp-isv Shavuoth To All
JOHNNIE & MACK
BODY SHOP
:By the Railroad Track"
Painting Color Matching
SEAT COVERS
Bodv a^d Fender Repairs
3647 N.W. 36TH STREET
PHONE 633-0181
JOHN'S
Gulf Service
ROAD SERV'CE
MECHANIC ON DUTY
Phone 681-9133
N.W. 7th Ave and 125th Stree
JOHN PASTORELLA, Prop.
\ Happy Shavuoth To Al
BILL
and
HERMAN
KALER
\ Happy Shavuoth To Al'
FAUST ROOFING INC.
All Types of Residential
Industrial & Commercial Roofs
3030 S.W. 38th Ave., Miami
Phone: 445-5891
A Happy Shavuoth To All
FOOD SPOT STORES
Groceries Dairy Stores
Located
Throughout Dade County
ser.ted in many American. Israeli
and European collections, includ-
infl the Heekscher Museum, New
York; Museum of Fine Arts.
Lausanne, Switzerland: Ein Harod
Museum, Israel; Museum of Mod-
ern Art. Haifa: Yad Lebanim Mu-
seum. Petahtirjua. Israel; Charles
Guggenheim Collection. Paris,
France: K. L. Rothschild Collec-
tion. Chicago, 111.: and Rojjer Gim
bel Col ection. New York. He was
elected life Fellow in the Royal
Society *t Arts. London.
"The Masada" is one o( the
largest of Schreck's sculptures
and it displays the strength and
invincibility of Masada, the an-
cient fortress located on the
mountain top in Israel overlook-
ing the Dead Sea. The fortress,
built bj King Herod some 2,100
yoat r became the Jew-
ish stroni.......ainst the Ro-
mans.
During the final Roman at'sck
a:l th is v thin the fortress died
bj their own hand rather than
submit to the invaders. "The
Masada'' represents the same
endurance as the Masada of a;i-
ci'-nt tinu -.
The Yom Kippur War
out while Schreck was working
in Carrara. Italy on va
sculptures The inspiration then
came to his mind that i
1,900 years before, the heroes ol
RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO
MICHAU SCHRECK
ancient Israel fought a similai
battle of survival on the height-
of Masada. This sculpture evolved
ti mi the spirit that "Masada Shall
Not Fall Again."
The white marble for the 3.200
und, (i'T' sculpture comes
from the same quarries in Car
ra a, Italy, where Michaelangelr
found 'he marble for his Mose
and Pavid. "The M.i-a.i
the immense newer of the Romar
army trying to reach th sum:!'.:"
of the mountain where the few
heroes of ancient Judea wen
ting for their lives. In th
thre< years of building the ramp
: Schreck shows symb
ly in the winding ridge lead.
" top, the enemy managed u
reach the summit and tra
distance of the an
heroes.
Originally Schreck said, h
planned to place his work in tin
of Israi l I pon further co
sid< ration he felt '.'-.at "The Ma-
da" could he a great Bource
inspiration that "Israel Must
Live!" for the Jews of America
Gustav Golden, a person
iiic nil of Schreok, voltmteeri
he the donor of the work of arl
"The Masada" not only will beau
tify the temple grounds but it
may possibly be the beginning of
a growini si ulptur [ai n -. i
rig many significant evenl
in the history of Israel, accord
iii-: to Rabbi Shapiro,
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS
JENNINGS CONSTRUCTION CORP.
17370 South Dixie Highway, Miami, Florida
Phone 238-8231
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .. .
TESCOTT FLOOR COVERING
Phone 672-3303 or 672-5724
1433 ALTON ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
"The Most Modern in the South" Plastering by
D'ANGELO PLASTERING CO.
2050 N.I. 151st St., N. Miami Beach 945-7538
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL ...
TRI CITY ELECTRIC COMPANY
2900 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI
PHONE 642-7822
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS
WYLLY'S TRAVEL
HEADQUARTERS
2795 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Telephone 538-0751
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
HUNGRY HOUND RESTAURANT
12305 S. Dixie Highway, Miami 238-0392
John Davis Jr., Owner, Manager
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
MAID-FOR-A-DAY
Delivered to your door a highly skilled, professional
household helper. Picked Up when her work is done.
Fully Guaranteedyour satisfaction is assured. Insured & Bonded
We take care of all payroll taxes.
CALL 371-6748
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
LOfEBOl sr: ni:sT%ru\\T
Cantonese Dishes Pit Barbecue Steaks Chops Seafood
ORDERS TO TAKE HOME
215 Sunny Isles Blvd., Miami Beach 947-2112
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
MIAMI BEACH RADIO COMPANY
COMPLETE SHEET MUSIC, RECORDS AND TAPES
1229 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 672-7575
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL...
PROFESSIONAL ARTS PHARMACY
1150 N.W. 14th STREET
PHONE 324-0803
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS FROtt THE
WEST SIDE NURSERY
SOD SODDING
2391 N.W 79th Street
Phone 696-22M
riC'JOAY GREETINGS FROM .
5NOWBRITE ROOF CLEANING & PAINTING CO
13C N.E. 152nd STREET, NORTH MIAMI
373-8125 947-6465
SHAVUOTH GREETING5
l* THE REINHARD FAMILY
100 N.E. 39th STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
TO ALL GREETINGS
JAMES E. REARDON
YOUR MAYOR
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Tc All ... A Very HaoDy Shavuoth
FINEST QUALITY FOOD BUFFET CATERING
UPTOWN DELICATESSEN
NOW TWO LOCATIONS TC SERVE YOU
Hot Corned Beef Pastrami Cold Cuts Appetizers
Home Made Specialties
7438 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach Phone: 866-7077
1111 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd., Hallandale, Florida 923-9122
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TC ALL .
SERBIN FASHIONS
Home Appliance of Florida. In<*.
Work Done STATE WiDE
Roof Cleaning Painting in any Color
Permaglazing & Stuccoing
PHONES: 625-9568 624-2442 621-1862
Member of North Miami Beaxh Chamber of Commerce
A. II. Jones \urss Rcgfctrv
Branch Registries in Gainesville, Lake City,
Ft. Walton Beach, Florida and St. Marys, Georga
PHONES: 625-9568 and 624-2442
4030 189th TERRACE CAROL CITY, FLORIDA 33055



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Friday, May 24. 1974
Mrs. Stephen A. Morris and Dr. Frederick Bergman at Flor-
ida Oplometric Association installation ceremonies held
in Jacksonville.
Dade Optometrists Honored
At Jacksonville Convention
Dr. Frederick Bergman, promi-
nent Miami Beach optometrist,
was installed as president of the
Florida Optometric Association
at the annual FOA convention in
Jacksonville recently.
A rraduate of Northern Illinois
College of Optometry. Dr. Berg-
man is a member of the Florida
and American Optometric Asso-
ciations and i a r>ast president
0 t1"- node County Optometric
Association.
He is a founder and member of
the original advisory committee
of trx- Optometric Technicians'
Program at Miami-Dade Commu-
nity College and is on the faculty
there. He is also a member of
Title 18 Project Committee
(Medicare) in the American Op-
tometric Association and is a
member and past president of
the Miami Beach Executives
Club He avid his wife, the former
Carol Serns. reside in North Ill-
ami with their two daughters.
Mrs. Stephen A. Morris was
installed as president of the Flor-
ida Optometric Association Aux-
iliary at the same ceremonies.
She is a graduate of the Univer-
se y of Miami and is past presi-
dent of the Dade Countv Optomet-
tric Association Anxi'iary and
Naomi Grouo of Hadassah. A
rrvember of the United Order of
Tnj SUtPrs and the Univorsitv
of Miami Civic Band, and a char-
ter member of the Hope School,
she and her husband, Dr Stephen
A. Morris and their three chil-
dren live in the southwest sec-
tion of Miami
At this same function. Dr.
Leonard Cherdack, well known
West Dade County optometrist,
was honored as "Optometrist of
the Year."
Dr. Cherdack is a graduate of
the University of Miami and
Pennsylvania oCllege of Optome-
try' and a member of its Honor
Society and Beta Sigma Kappa
Optometric Society. A past presi-
dent of the Dade County Opto-
metric Association, he is a founder
and member of the original advi-
sory' committee for the establish-
ment of the Optometric Techni
cians' Program at Miami Dade
Community College, as well as
being a member of the faculty.
Chairman of the American Op-
tometric and Florida Optometric
Associations' Committee on Para-
optometric personnel, he received
the Good Guy Award from the
United Fund in 1974 and was a
member of its board of directors.
He is also a member of the South
Florida Inter-Professional Coun-
cil.
He resides with his wife. Ad-
rienne. and their three children
in Kendall.
HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
BUTLER AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE
1077 N.W. 79th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 693-4831
HAPPY SHAWO^' TO ALL .
POWER BRAKE EXCHANGE
Complete Brake Service for Trucks and Cars
2050 N.W. 23rd St., Miami, Florida
Phone 635-1120 or 635-1619
To All ... A Very Happy Shavuoth
JOHNNY RAFFA'S LOBO LOUNGE
1331 BISCAYNE BLVD., MIAMI
PHONE 379-6290
To All ... A Very Happy Shavucth
ALGIERS COFFEE SHOP
(In The Algiers Hotel)
2555 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 531-6061
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SOUTHERN MORTGAGE ASSOCIATES
1999 S.W. 27th AVENUE, MIAMI
PHONE 856-80O0
'Imma' Plaques
Will Go To 16 At
June 5 Luncheon
Sixteen leaders of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy, the
phques at the annual Imma lunch-
South's largest Hebrew Day
School, will receive "Imma"
eon of the Hebrew Academy
Women Wednesday. June 5, in
the sch >o!' nevv Merwitxer Build-
ins Auditorium. The luncheon is
scheduled fur noon with Mrs.
Leonard (Irem Adler, president
,,:' the "-brow Academy Women.
presiding.
Imma i> t!i" Hebrew word for
"mother." Only life members of
the Hebrew Academy Women are
eligible to receive "1101113"
plaques. Mrs. Adler said.
Those women who will be hon-
ored at the June 5, luncheon, and
whose names will be placed on
the "Imma" board in the Mer-
witzer Building Auditorium in-
clude Miss Sue Berkowitz. Mrs.
Larry Ciment. Mrs. Leo Ciment.
Mrs Ethel Curson. Mrs. Louis
Dublin. Mrs. Julia Turkel. Mrs.
Sue Herman. Mrs. Oscar Mam-
ber. Mr. Fannie Goldbere. Mrs.
Morris Lipp. Mrs. Tessie Wasser-
man. Mrs. Rachel Katz I.aufer,
Mrs. B"tty Falk. Mrs. Isidore
Kovitz. Mrs. Samuel Reinhard and
Mrs. Gerald Schwartz.
The Hebrew Academy Women
also will see a repeat perform-
ance of the play. "The Wizard of
Oz." to be Dresented by second
grade students of the Miami
Beach school.
A Happy Shavuoth To All
VIENNA BAKERY
BIRTHDAY CAKES
WHILE YOU WAIT
Closed Saturdays
519 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach, Fla. 33140
Phone 534-3800
A Happy Shavuoth To All
COPERNICUS
RESTAURANT
PHONE 652-4303
250 N.E. 83rd STREET
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
A Happv Shavuoth To All
YIDALE
ROOFING CO., INC.
7071 S.W. 13th Terrace
REROOFING
LEAKS REPAIRED
Dial 261-2263
A Happy Shavuoth To All
FOURTEEN K SHOP
1650 Meridian Avenue
Miami Beach
Telephone 531-6267
\ Happv Shavuoth To All
Sid Margolis
Dan Simkin
Galloway Pharmacy
PrescriptionsBarton's Candy
Charge Accounts Invited
7035 S.W. 87th Avenue
MIAMI 271-3081
A Happv Shavuoth To All
We Are The Wall Covering
Leader in the South!
LILYAN CORTEZ
WALL-CO IMPERIAL
"WALLTEX"
"IMPERIAL SCRUBBAL
GLENDURA"
7121 N.W. 6th A v.-758-8791
During its recent 1974 biennial convention in Cleveland,
Ohio, the National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB) elected
Stanley R. Gilbert (left) to its board of directors. A prominent
Miami Jewish communal leader, Gilbert is president of the
Jewish Community Centers of South Florida, and serves
on the board of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The
JWB also named Leon Kaplan, a member of its board oi
directors from 1966-1974, as an honorary board member.
Kaplan, a past president of the Federation, has devoted
20 years to its Campaign Cabinet.
RELIABLE SUPER DRUGS
2170 N.E. 123rd Street
(Broad Causeway)
ALAN HEILPERN
President
To All ... A Very Happy Shavuoth
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
PAN AMERICAN AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL
2615 W. FLAGLER PHONE 642-6511
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS
PENNY ELECTRIC INC.
Residential Commercial Industrial Wiring
ir 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE *
Please Call 895-2856 Stewart G. Penny, President
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
- : r\t
LANDRY'S JANITORAL SERVICE
Hotels Homes Offices Stores Cleaned
Floors Stripped and waxed Construction Clean-Up
Carpet Shampooing 24-Hr. Service 573-8866
Shavuoth Greetings To All...
FRANCIS & COMPANY
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
ALLRITE TV
700-71st Street, Miami Beach Phone: 865-8661
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
CARFEL, INC.
7495 N.W. 48th Street, Miami
Phone: 592-2760
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS
GEORGE LOWD
PLASTERING & LATHING CONTRACTORS
4170 S.W. 99th Ave., Miami 221-6672
Shavuoth Greetings To The Jewish Community
Biscayne Chemical Laboratories Inc.
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING
and JANITOR SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT
LABORATORY SUPPLIES AND CHEMICALS
SERVING *
DADE COUNTV BR0WARD MONIOE IK
MARTIN SAINT LUCIE PALM BEACH INOIAN RIVER
1215 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami 33136 Phone: 324-1133
Shavuoth Greetings To The Jewish Community
ANDALUSIA BAKE SHOP
248 Andalusia Coral Gables, Fla.
Phone 445-8696 Je,$ Qu#Md*, Owner


Fridey; May 24. 1974
r., ,1
-Jewisti fhrktoxn
Page 9-C
Culminating a year long effort to pay off the
Hill*] Foundation mortgage, the members of
Hillcrest Lodge throuoh the leadership gen-
erosity of Sol Entin have made the final
payment. Thsy joined Rahbi Stanley Ring-
ler, Hillel director, Sam Pcscoe, B'nci B'rith
board president and Al Golden, chairman
of the Hillel Community Board, in the ritual
mortgage burning ceremony. From left to
right are Sidney Millsr, Jerome C. Enge.1-
man, Mr. Golden, Mr. Entin, Rabbi Ringler,
Milton Winograd, Tom Cohen, Mr. Pcscce
and William Rabins.
Inter-American Group To Install
Inter-American Group of Hadas-
.'ah,.Miami Beach Chapter, was to
hold a dinner and dance installa-
tion, at the Huddle Restaurant.
Miami Beach. Thursday at 8 p.m.
Mrs. Stanley Wax was to be in-
stalled by Rafaci Kravec for her
second term as president.
Other officers to be installed
are Mrs. Moises Behar. executive
vice president; Mrs. Nathan Rok
and Mrs. Enrique Adouth. fund
raising vice presidents; Mrs.
Jacob Sapoznik, membership vice
president; Mrs. Lazaro Sapoznin,
tdJcation vice president: Mrs.
Julio Grosffld and Mrs. Salomon
Bigelman. program vice presi
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO Alt...
ty
MAYOR and MRS. JACK BLOCK
AND FAMILY
CITY OF SOUTH MIAMI
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
ENFIELD'S
4000 N.W. 30th Ave. Ph. 633-1551
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
J. T. STEWART MORTGAGE CO., INC.
MORTGAGE LOAN DEPARTMENT
Suite 303 2780 S.W. Douglas Road. Miami, Florid* 33133
Telephone 443-4671
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL ...
TRENOUTH A. ADAMS, AGENT
753 N.E. 167th St., N. Miami Beach, Florida 33162
STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES
Home Offices: Bloomington, Illinois
MacDONALD'S IMPERIAL
CLEANERS & LAUNDRY
PHONE 661-5831
DRAPES-SPREADS-RUGS-PICKUP & DELIVERY"SERVICE
5840 S. DIXIE HWY. SOUTH MIAMI
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL

2256 Coral Way
RIKKI'S STUDIO, INC.
Antiques
Phone 856-6741
dents: Mrs. Samuel Schwartz-
baum. treasurer: Mrs, Alberto
Behar. financial secretary; Mrs.
Ramon Bakalchuk and Mrs.
Salomon Bigeiman. recording sec-
retaries; Mrs. Sergio Breiterman.
corresponding secretary'; and Mrs.
Samuel Grosfeld. social secretary.
MARYLAND
FRIED CHICKEN
Extends Holiday Greetings
1901 N.E. 168th Street
North Miami Beach
Phone 949-4004
Compliments of
Adolph Lopez
GENERAL SALES MANAGER
FLAMINGO FORD
of Homestead
U.S. 1, N.E. 11th STREET
HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA
PHONE 247-5112
A Happv Shavuoth To All
OVERHOLT JEWELERS
7220 RED ROAD
CROSSROAD BUILDING
SOUTH MIAMI
Phone 665-2112
A Happy Shavuoth To All
LES COIFFURES
BEAUTY SALON
763 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach
Phone 531-0592
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
RUDMA
PICTURE CO.
PAUL W. BOUTILIER
(Owner)
2328 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables
Phone 443-6262
DOMINICK'S T.V. SERVICE
4018 ROYAL PALM AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
Phone 532-3031
Health, Peace and Happiness for the Shavuoth Holiday
PILGRIM'S
APPAREL FOR MEN & WOMEN
81 POMPANO FASHION SQUARE
7469 DADELAND MALL, MIAMI__________
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
EXPRESSWAY CARPET SALES, INC.
660 N.W. 85th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 757-1623 or 757-1591
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
WELL-BILT PRODUCTS, INC.
5561 N.W. 36th Ave., Miami
Phone 635-8621
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
CITY SHOE SHOP. IXC.
ORTHOPEDIC SPECIALISTS
* Leave Repairs with us While You Shop ir
121 S.E. 1st AVENUE 373-9690
Interiors by
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
LONG'S
MAKING CONSTANTLY AVAILABLE
NEW AND BETTER PRODUCTS FOR YOUR OFFICE
601 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE
"FREE CUSTOMER PARKING"
Visit Our New Downtown Store at
60 S.E. 3rd AVENUE TELEPHONE 377-1551
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33101
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
CARPENTERS
DISTRICT COrXCIL
2955 N.W. 17th AVENUE
PHONE 635-5207
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
BROOKS AMERICAN
SPRINKLER COMPANY
2430 N.W. 79th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 691-1182
Leon C. McAskill and L. Clark McAskill
OF
McAskill Publishing Company
3811 N. MIAMI AVENUE
WANT TO WISH ALL OF THEIR FRIENDS
A VERY HAPPY SHAVUOTH
Holidoy Greetings
JACK SILVER A HERB BRODSKY
BLACK ANGUS
RESTAURANTS* LOUNGES
ED FRANKELS
BIG TALL
man
^Kl
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Bvi'St b.C >*>S 'j
man
fashion apparel to size 70
shoes to size 16
U.S. 1 at 220th Street
Across from Gulfstream Race Track
Dade
OPEN: Monday thru Saturday until 6 P.M.-Sunday 12-5
: 944-0909 all major credit carcs accepted Broward: "J" \


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*Jews/? ftcrkliar
Friday. May 24. 1974
Alcn E. Master (right), president of the Barnett Bank of Mi-
ami Beach, N.A., receives the State of Israel Haganah
Award for ths bank's pace-setting purchase of S1,.000,000
:n Stcte of Israel Bonds, the largest single purchase by any
banking insthutici: in the southeastern United States. Mak-
ihe presentation is Robert L. Siegel, general campaign
chairman of the Greater Miami iEiael Eond Organization.
Malcolm Wo'denberg, a director of the Barnett Bank, was
instrumental in the historic purchase of Israel Bonds.
Dade Red Cross Meeting
. inual meeiiii I
: Chapter. A
Best Wishes For
ALL METAL
FABRICATIONS &
EVENINGS DeLIGHT
FIREPLACES
4222 S.W. 75th AVE.
MIAMI
Phone 264-98*9 or 264-9852
AL & JACK ZISMAN
A Happy Shavuoth To A
ANTHONY'S
PIZZERIA
9770 S.W. 8th Street
Miami
PHONE 226-9331
Compliments of
DYSART SWIMM'NG POOL
SERVICE
and
DYSART POOL AND PATIO
WORLD, INC.
16160 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 944-1291 or 531-5069
Ft. Lauderdale 524-1473
A Happy Shavuoth To All .
DON GREENE
PROVISIONS
2900 N.W. 75th Street
Miami, Fla. 836-4680
lean Red ( ross, trill be held
.i! the Miami \\ oman s
1737 No, Ba; shore D
lowing the luncheon, a business
- : hi will include annual n
of chapter activity and
of new board men
rhe publi is in-
vited.
v Happy Shavuoth To Al
Happy Shcvuoth lo All .
LEONARD S. STERN
LUMBING COMPANY
666 C0RAI WAY Opposite Sears'
Ccmplele Septic Tanfr Service
-:0NE 4451345 24 HR. SESV'CE
Jefferson National
Elects Shapiro As
Vice President
Michael H. Shapiro, senior
trust officer of Jefferson Nation-
ai Bank of Miami Beach, has be*n
el"ct'i! i xi president, accord-
inc to Arthur H. Courshon. chair-
man of the board.
Shapiro joined Jefferson N i-
tional five years as-'o a* a tru t
officer. Prior to that, he WM a
tni-t administrator for the Fir-t
National Bank of fleanvater. ?n\
a National Trust Examiner in the
Office of C imptroller of Currencx
for the L'.S. Treasury Depart-
ment
Sha?ro : his B \. d-
fiee from the University of South
Florida, and his MB.A. from
Florida Atlantic University and
attend '' National Gradual
T'M-t School at Northwest
I"piver'tv and law .ehool at the
University of Florida.
A member of the Cornorat"
Fiduciari" Association of South-
east Florida, the Estat" Plann:ng
Council of Greater Miami, th"
Financial Analysts Society of Mi-
ami, and the Economic Society of
South Florida, Shaoiro i* also a
I member of rh? Miami Beach
1 Beach Jav
\ Child'-en's Foun-
i ,, if Florid ""! a m^mb^r
<' th Sn : : B ard of Ml
Sinai Hospital.
A Happy Shavuoth To All .
SAM AND MAURY
ALERT PEST CONTROL
FOR HOME AND BUSINESS
264-6262
4796 S W. 75th Avenue
A Happy Shnvuoth To All .
DRAW DRAPES of
SOUTH FLORIDA
2020 Harrison Street
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
PHONE:
DADE: 947-4215
BROWARD: 927-7003
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL
LEUMAS KNITTING MILLS, INC.
THE FINEST KNITS
UNDER THE SUN
PORTOFINO
EXTENDS
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
DON VOGELSANG DIVISION OFFICE
Mutual of Omaha Ins. Co. United Benefit Life Ins.
1201 Brickell Avenue Phone 377-4951
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
ALEX's FOREIGN & DOMESTIC CAR SERVICE
COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE-ACCESSORIES-TIRES-BATTERIES
1327 N.E. 125th St. (Rear) North Miami Phone 891-7955
Holiday Greetings
KENNY
OFFICE SUPPLIES
6047 S.W. 8th Street
FREE DELIVERY
Phone 264-0601
Holiday Greetings To The
Jewish Community
ALAN'S
STEREO
1954 N.E. 163rd Street
North Miami Beach
Tele: 944-0932
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
GREENLEAF & CROSBY
JEWELERS
9700 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
THE OLDEST JEWELERS IN FLORIDA
OuaJity Diamonds Since 1868. Greenleaf & Crosby
has been famous for its outstanding collection of gem
quality diamonds in traditional and modem settings.
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
BELCHER OIL COMPANY
Residential Industrial
Fuel Oil
Serving Florida Since 1912
MacArthur Causeway, Miami Beach
PHONE: 672-6801 or 672-6892
Business And Professional Chapter,
Mizraehi Women, To Install Slate
Business and Professional
Chapter of Mizraehi Women's
Organization, will have a lunch-
ton-meetir.g Sunday at the home
of Rose Shapiro. As a delegate
to the Mizraehi Conference in Is-
rael. Mrs Shapiro will give a re-
port on the conlab.
Shirley Lipsitz, newly elected
pr. sident. will give a report on
events of Mizraehi in the future
i planned by Council.
S.irah Rax or trill be going to
Is:ael to see her daughter and
ihh ^.anciehild and will remain
there for four months, working
on a farm. In the meantime,
th< 'l studying Hebrew here.
Officers for 1974,75 who will
th Mrs. Lipsitz include
Rose Shapl o. honorary presi-
dent; Ltdtrice Handieman, vice
president: Estelle (olitz. mem-
ber-hip chairman. Regina Wal-
Baraz) Mayor and Sydclle
Ft):-, secretariat.
0 Jean Prescott. treasurer;
Ro. f Shapiro, fund raising;
Freda Press, program and pub-
:ii Rabinoxxitz, Naomi
Shipmon and Thelma Sheckler,
host* -<-
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
CHIPPY'S RESTAURANT & PANTRY
101 MIRACLE MILE, CORAL GABLES
PHONE 446-7031
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
LEAR SCHOOL
11211 BISCAYNE BLVD., MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE 893-5351
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS FROM .
CREDIT BUREAU OF GREATER MIAMI
14701 N.W. 7th AVENUE, MIAMI
PHONE 685-5911
.
Shavuoth Greetings To All...
UNIVERSAL BRANDS INC.
MIAMI HOMESTEAD BRANCH
Schlitz and Old Milwaukee Beers
Ballantine Beer and Ale
Lowenbrau and Falstaff Beers
Gallo Wines
PHONE 635-1391
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
PETER M. LOPEZ
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
RED COACH GRILL
1455 Biscayne Boulevard
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 379-4008
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
Eitan Kassei and Yoav Moshe
"Prompt Day and Night Service" PLUMBING CONTRACTORS
FOR SALES, SERVICE or REPAIRS PHONE 757-0606
McCORMICK-BOYETT PLUMBING COMPANY
7424 N.E. 2nd Avenue
EMERGENCY NUMBERS 895-3728 893-3758
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
FLAGLER INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.
151 N.W. 79TH STREET, MIAMI
PHONE: 751-8613
DONALD KAPLAN MARVIN HAVEN
Shavuoth Greetings To All...
NATIONAL FREEZERS




iv, May 24, 1374
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Page 11C
['House on Chelouche St."
Whte Award for Israel
He House on Chelouche
et" now playing at Wometco's
Theatre, has been chosen by
Ministry of Commerce and
Wry of Israel to represent
during its 26th anniversary
>ration.
he film, which the board of
ernors of the Academy of Mo-
Pictures Arts and Sciences
chosen as Best Foreign Lan-
ge Film, was produced in Is-
and is. as Israel is. of a
le fighting for survival.
fcThe House on Chelouche
^et" begins in the summer of
the stormy period of the
lish Mandatory Government
Ihe years before the War of
pendence. Sami, fourteen
I half, the eldest son of a
lerless family of newly arrived
Migrants from Alexandria,
rpt, is for the first time in his
confronted with the respon-
lity of takin? care of his
lappy Shavuoth To All .
From
MR. and MRS.
DONALD FARBER
MR. and MRS.
IILTON RICHMOND
ivuoth Greetings To All .
[Sol Megdoll
Realtor
605 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone 538-8551
lappy Shavuoth To All. .
WARD JOHNSON'S
MOTOR LODGE
E. End of Airport X-way
Alton Rd., Miami Beach
Phono 532-4411
(Happy Shavuoth To A1! .
MELROSE
ELECTRIC, INC.
"Sorvica With Integrity
Since 1935"
6841 S.W. 81st Street
PHONE 661-1900
GREETINGS TO ALL
Not "Just Another"
Eating Place
Kenny's Restaurant
318 Aragon Avenue
Coral Gables
Phone 448-2761
Open 7 A.M. 9 P.M.
Shavuoth Greetings
|To The Jewish Community
MR. JON
OF MIAMI, INC.
2661 N.W. 5th Avo.
Miami, Florida
Telephone 576-3060
Happy Shavuoth To All .
HOWIE'S
TIRE
SALES
Complete Line of New,
Used & Recapped Tires
13640 N.W. 7th Avenue
685-8313
family. His dreams, nurtured
within the secure, affluent life
he had led in Egypt, are shat-
tered upon his arrival in Pales-
tine.
An absorbing story of family
life and relationships during this
harsh period develops, culminat-
ing when the War of Independ-
ence breaks out. Jacko. Sarai's
younger brother, is killed in a
bomb attack in Tel Aviv. Sami
leaves his home on Chelouche
Street: upon his departure his
mother follows him to the door:
"Sami, don't forget me. Now
nothing will be the same any
more. They say the world is bii
and wonderful... and there are
many beautiful things which I
haven't seen. Maybe you will."
Israeli Scenes
On Exhibit
The first art show in the United
States of works by Michael Gabsy
is now on exhibit at the Library
of Miami-Dade Community Col-
lege North. 11380 NW 27th Ave.
The exhibit is being presented
through the North Campus Com-
munity Service Division under
"Impressions "74."
The show, scheduled through
June 3. features an original col-
lection of collages of Israeli
scenes and Jewish themes.
Fans Cant Lose
At Flakier Race
Track Saturday
The first 1.000 fans who snow
up at Flagler Dog Track next
Saturday afternoon-will find they
just can't lose.
Free $2 pari-mutue! WIN tick-
ets will be given to the first
1.000 persons who pay the 50-
cent grandstand admission to the
track Saturday afternoon. Each
will get a free ticket on one of
the eight dogs entered in the
first race of the matinee. Flagler
will buy the 1.000 tickets in
equal numbers split among the
eight dogs in the field.
One in every eight people
who receive a ticket will be a
sure winner. The payoff on the
winning ticket will vary accord-
ing to whether a favorite or
longshot captures the first race.
The gates will open at noon,
with the first race set to go off
at 1 p.m. Flagler will also have
evening racing Saturday with the
start of qualifying for the
$100,000 International Classic.
the world's richest greyhouni
race.
A field of 72 is expected to go
to the post in the fir=t step to-
ward a record S37.000 top p.ize.
Qualifying will continue the fol-
lowing Wednesday. Quarter-final
and semi-final action will leaJ up
to the final Saturday. June 22.
Nightly racing will continue at
Flagler through July 2 with mat-
each Tuesday and Thursday mat-
and Saturday. Senior citizens are
admitted to the grandstand free
inees each Tuesday, Thursday
inee.
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL.
SUPERIOR STAMP & SEAL WORKS
613 N.E. 1st AVENUE 374-1034
Miami, Florida
HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
HERBIE, DEBBIE AND JAY SACHS
SUSAN, LEON, AND RACHELLE GROSS
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
GENTEC HOSPITAL SUPPLY COMPANY
7455 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33138
PHONE 754-3421
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
HARRIS, KERR, FORSTER & COMPANY
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
4700 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD MIAMI
TELEPHONE 576-4220
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
VICTORIAN PLAZA
6917 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH FLORIDA
PHONE 866-7771
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
SIDNEY WASSERMAN COMPANY
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
420 LINCOLN ROAD MALL MIAMI BEACH
PHONE -531-0891
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
Clyde & Nick's Barber Shop
18340 N.W. 7th AVENUE (Next to Panfry Pride)
MIAMI, FLORIDA 651-9394
Division presidents of the Greater Miami Section, National
Council of Jewish Women, were installed at a luncheon
meeting May 1, at the Doral Beach Hotel. From ieft to right
are (front row, Mrs. Harry Fahrer, Lincoln; Mrs. Rose K.
Naiman, Ocean View; Mrs. Judy M. Gilbert. Section pres-
ident; Mrs. William Karmiol, Normandy; Mrs. Bruce Julien,
Shores; (back row) Mrs. Harry Garfield, Indian-Island; Mrs.
Yvette Dawson, Bay Harbor; Mrs. Howard Schecter, South
Dade; Mrs. Benjamin Welcher. Lakss, and Mrs. Elliott Po-
doll. Key Biscayne Mrs. Bernard Abel, Coral, and Mrs. Sey-
mour Kassal, Del Prado, are not shown.
IMPERIAL BEAUTY & BARBER SUPPLY
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .. .
6214 S.W. 8th St., West Miami Phone 266-1991 or 266-1992
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
L. GELVAN ENTERPRISES
9990 N.W. 87th Ave., Hialeah Gardens
Telephone 823-3290
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
TWELVE CAESARS RESORT MOTEL
9449 Collins Avenue, Surf side, Florida 33154
Phone 865-3551
Compliments of
HERBERT L. WEINER, C.L.U.
INSURANCE CONSULTANT
999 S. Bay shore Drive, Suite 1101, Miami 33131
371-1386
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO All...
TOP-ALL ROOFING AND BUILDING
PRODUCTS, INC.
1585 E. 11th AVENUE, HIALEAH
PHONE 888-2689
A Happy Shavuoth To All...
PHIL PALM PLUMBING
REPAIRS ALTERATIONS
Phone 891-8576
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF SOUTH MIAMI
"FULL SERVICE BANK"
5750 Sunset Drive South Miami, Fla.
F.D.I.C.
AAember Federal Reserve System ____________
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
A & R ADVERTISING SPECIALTIES
940 LINCOLN ROAD MALL MIAMI BEACH
TELEPHONE 754-5536
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL...
BARROW OF FLORIDA
(Formerly Florida Upholstery Supply Co., Inc.)
814 N.E. First Avenue, Miami Phones 379-3431379-3432
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
CERTIFIED POULTRY and EGG CO., Inc.
(A Subsidiary of Sun City Industries, Inc.)
BILL WARSHAW & SAUL ZALKA
Restaurants Institutions Hotels Stores
& WE WHOLESALE
BUTTER EGGS CHEESE POULTRY
41 N.W. 10th STREET M'AMI, FLORIDA Ph. 379-0675
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
NUT AS BOAT YARD
"Through the Years Quality & Service"
LOUIS NUTA, JR.
T884 N.W. NORTH RIVER DRIVE
Phono 325-0680


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*Jenisli ftoridHsr
Friday, May 24, 1374
A special committee has been formed to
spearhead enrollment at the Landow Ye-
.shiva Center, which will be dedicated next
month. From leit to right are Rabbi Yaacov
Roth, Mrs. Rosa Frankel, committee chair-
man Gerald Gordon, Alberto Muskat, chair-
man of the Latin Division, and Lany Mal-
man, educational consultant.
32 Students Graduating AtBethTorah
Thirty two students of the .Har-
old Wolk Religious School will
mark their Hebrew School gradu-
ation Sunday. June 2, at 11 a.m.
in the main sanctuary of Beth
Torah Congregation.
The students will present a
cantata entitled. "Jerusalem
City of Peace."
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz is the
spiritual leader of the Congrega-
tion. Sy Rosen and Hy Katz, presi
dent and executive vice pre/ident
of the Congregation, will extend
greetings. Eugene Lipman, vice
president of education, and Rabbi
Norman Mussman. educational di-
rector, will present awards and
diplomas. Mrs Avrom Drazin. the
instructor, will also participate in
the exercises.
Among the awards to be pre-
gented will be the Men's Club
Award for outstanding service to
the religious schools: the Cavell
Family Award for excellence in
tiie study of prayer; the George
Hialeck and Jacob Augen: tein
Memorial Award for outstanding
and creative class projects.
Also the Rose and Naomi Ruth
Ostrov Jewish National Fund
Holiday Greetings
Bob White's Bowling
Pro Shop &
Billiard Supplies
Measuring Specialists
Trophies and Shirts
1227 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
PHONE: 374-0642
A Happy Shavuoth To All
Venetian Gulf
Service Station
Washing and Lubrication
Phone 538-9159
1403 Dade Boulevard
MIAMI BEACH
O. S. BRANNON, Proprietor
A Happy Shavuoth To All
JOHN A. LYDEN
MICKLER-LYDEN
REALTORS
Sales Rentals Management
1418 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
PHONE 444-6161
To The Jewish Community
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS
-TWERY'S-
Importers
576-0564
576-0565
A Happy Shavuoth To All
SAVOY HOTEL
"OPEN YEAR AROUND"
All OUTSIDE ROOMS
DOWNTOWN
HOMELIKE
252 N.W. 2nd STREET
Phone 374-3086
Memorial Award for excellence
in the study of modern Israel; the
Harold Wolk Memorial Award
for excellence in scholarship; the
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood Award
for excellence in the study of
Humosh; the Zysia Pressman
Memorial Award for excellence
in the study of Jewish history;
and the Frank Burg Memorial
Award for outstanding synagogue
attendance.
Diplomas will be presented to
Robin Beck. Robyn Brautman,
Laurie Davidson. Shari Diamond.
Samuel Etta], shcri Etis- Candece
Felton. Elaine Fisher. Jill Fogel,
Maria Fried, Jay Golden. Gayle
Goodman, Brett Hirsch. Stuart
Hymson. Cheryl Julien. Hal Kauf-
man. Tammy Kline, Theodore
Koppel, Deborah Lipman, Sophia
Markowitz, Mark Moyel, Maria
Beth Mussman, Gary Reich.
Elaine Sloban, Randy Snyder.
Eric Wand, Douglas Weisberg.
Howard Weisberg. Merly Wolf-
son, Steven Zuckerman and Ro-
berta Zymet.
HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
Casey Room Air Conditioning & Repair*
AIR CONDITIONING INSTALLING
5924 S.W. 68th Street, Miami
Phone 667-5194
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL ...
MAMSON BLANCttB
Handbags Jewelry Fine Gifts
9563 Harding Avenue, Surfside
Phone 866-3327________________ROBERT MOLKO
To All ... A Very Happy Shavuoth
THE PLACE FOB STEAK
& HARHOR LOUNGE
1335 79th Street Cuseway, Miami Beach
Phone 758-5581
Ed Zeller, Your Host
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO All ..
GOLDEN STRAND HOTEL & VILLAS
17901 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 931-7000
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
MARTIN APPLIANCE
SALES & SERVICE, WASHERS, DRYERS ft ELECTRIC RttNGK
'2327 N.E. 6th Ave.-REAR-North Miami, Fla.-Phone 895-0382 j
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL...
KROME CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY, INC.
16050 W. DIXIE HIGHWAY
North Miami Beach, Florida Phone 949-1616
426 KROME AVENUE, HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA
PHONE 247-3024
HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
CHINESE VILLAGE RESTAURANT
5958 South Dixie Highway, Miami
Phone 667-2125
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL...
DRESSER'S CROSS-INDEX
TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL ...
BILL MILLER COCKTAIL LOUNGE and STEAK HOUSE
3590 N.W. 79th Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 691-9899
HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
OTTEN'S STANDARD SERVICE CENTER
Tires-Batteries-Accessories-Road Service and Repairs
2205 N.W. 20th STREET
635-8388
HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
RAY GERAIIIIO
EXPERT DIAMOND SETTING
340 Seybold Bldg. 373-5914
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL ...
Decor Concrete Railing
CONCRETE i \Vb>ii i i;n IXC.
3901 West Commercial Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
949-4339 731-6900
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL ..
Y.M.C.A. of GREATER MIAMI
40 N.E. 3rd Avenue Phone 373-5302
MIAMI, FLORIDA
SANITARY LINEN SERYICE COT"
Expresses Sincere Wishes
$ for a Happy $
SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
253 N.W. 22nd Lane 573-2510
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
THOMSON, McKINNON, AUCHINCLOSS
and KOHLMEYER, INC.
1026 LINCOLN ROAD MALL, MIAMI BEACH 33139
Telephone 538-6711
HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
OWi;VS-ILLM\OIS. IXC.
Manufacturer Corrugated Shipping Boxes
FOREST PRODUCTS DIVISION
1101 E. 33rd Street, Hialeah, Florida 33013
691-2121 HAROLD LEEN
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL ...
KDV1TO SIGNS
TRUCK WALLS GOLD LEAF
90 N.W. 54th Street, Miami Phone 758-7025
Shavuoth Greetings To All...
CONNIE'S
SEPTIC TANK CO., INC.
Phone 888-3495
A Happy Shavuoth To All...
FROM GEORGE MARGOLIS
ROWE MOTEL
6600 COLLINS AVENUE
_^_ MIAMI BEACH
866-1616
Shavuoth Greetings To All...
DADE PIPE & PLUMBING SUPPLY
975 N.E. 163rd St.. North Miami Beach
PHONE: 949-0801
..
MR. and MRS. BEN CUTLER
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR SHAVUOTH
TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES
ANSWERITE and ANSYVERPHONE
OF MIAMI BEACH
i
EXTEND SHAVUOTH GREETINGS
TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY


May 24, 1974
*Jewish FkridHan
Page 13-C
??QuizBox??
kbi DR. SAMUEL I. FOX
I view of the fact that light-
||s done today by electrici-
ty is it still required to
Mabbath candle* of was?
linly, if there are no wax
available, most rabbinic
hies would permit making
fcssing over electric lights.
|y most authorities permit
Mectric lights for Sabbath
1 However, perhaps for
Isons. we still use candles.
there are some authori-
al d > not consider electric
kdequate for lighting Sab-
BA;.: ^^h;>t a power shortage or
|vn : > cast the home
Irkness. In the case of
power failures, candles
|deed proved themselves
ore reliable.
|d -ince we are so used
abundance of electric
[without lighting the ta-
\<. would not easily recog-
presence of the Sabbath
[home. The Sabbath can-
US, besides giving light.
ben the presence of the
illy there are rabbinic
Iks, who emphasize ;i at it
Bally the electric
jkhJjrovi ie the light and the
^^H:on technical.y applies to
0h:lc the can : rath-
lolic. Also, some claim
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that the flickering light of the
candle is more representative of
human life compared to the
seemingly lifeless presence of
the electric light.
Why is it that Judaism,
which is so merciful to all liv-
ing things, condones the kill-
ing of animals for food?
A number of reasons are ad-
vanced for this. Very interesting
is the one offered by Rabbi Ja-
cob Albo in his Sefer ha-ikkarim.
Albo explains that from the
period of Adam to that of Noah,
eating flesh was prohibited to
men. In the days of Noah, per-
mission was gi anted to the hu-
man race to eat flesh because a
great fault in human thought and
conduct had occurred.
There were many, including
Cain, who assumed that man is
no higher than the animal be-
cause eating the flesh of the ani-
mal was prohibited. People then
thought of themselves as no
more responsible for their ac-
i, mi than animals.
Aftsr the flood, man was given
permission to eat meat to em-
phasize that he was indeed su-
perior to animals and therefore
should act accordingly.
It must be understood clearly
that in Judaism, even though
man is allowed the freedom of
eating flesh, his consumption of
flesh is, nevertheless, placed un-
der severe restrictions. He can
only eal n 'tain typ, > i f animals.
only after a restricted kind of
slaughter plus other restrictions.
Judaism's permission to
i flesh is rather restrictive
permissive.
What is 'he traditional Jew-
ish attitude towards the recent
concern with the environment
as expressed by ecologlsts?
From as early a period as Bib-
lical times Jewish tradition was
troying natural rc-
liic iiibje s for-
hi destricpon of frfoit-bear-
: r Deufi ronolhy 20:19).
Thi~ is taken by the rabbis to in-
.V\ n against de-
ing anything that can be use
; b ".i tii ial to man.
'. idrash Exodus Ftabbah
:hat even the wood of
the nacle built in the
of Moses wa ordered to
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Authorized Dealer
SCHWiNN, COLUMBIA
BICYCLES
Repairs all Makes
Parking in Rear
Phone: 891-8457
651-NE 125th St., N. Miami
DIAMOND'S
JEWELRY
Extends Shavuoth
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420 Arthur Godfrey Road
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-3387
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LEE'S TACKLE, INC.
Established 1920
324 N.E. 13th STREET
Ph. 371-7804
MANUFACTURERS
RETAIL
Fishinq Tackle
Marine Equipment
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FROM
PAULS CARPET
WAREHOUSE
31 N.W. 23rd STREET
PHONE 573-7626
come from trees that bore no
fruit.
Another Midrash (Ecclesiastes
Kabbah) claims that the Al-
mighty warned Adam not to de-
stroy the world.
The Talmud (Baba Kama 30a)
tells us that righteous .men would
be careful in disposing of their
waste, e.g. broken glassware was
buried. General rubbish was al-
lowed on public lands only during
the winter season. Such odor-
hearing industries as tanneries
could only be allowed at a safe
distance from settled communi-
ties.
How would traditional Ju-
daism react to such activities as
streaking?
The rabbis in the Talmud
(Tebamot 63b) comment that
nudity in general is one of the
most objectionable modes of be-
havior to the Almighty. Clothes
were considered by the rabbis as
bringing honor and dignity to
man. (Baba Kama 91b).
To traditional Judaism, not
only the soul of man is holy. His
body is regarded as something
holy as well In Judaism, that
which was holy was not to be
cheapened and vulgarized by be-
ing constantly exposed. Whatever
is holy should be covered with
reverence. Thus the human body
is likewise entitled to be revered
and thus covered.
Vashti was actually punishi 1
by Divine Providence in the king-
dom of Persia because she forced
Jewish maidens to expose their
nude bodies when she made thi m
Films At Wometco Theatres
A new suspense story called
"VY." opens Friday at Wometco's
Miracle. Patio. Twin No. 2. Byron.
and Plaza Hollywood Theatres.
'The Midnight Man." opens at
the Parkway and Normandy
res. and an exclusive en-
"lent for the Israeli entry In
1973 Cannes Film Festival,
"The House on Chelouche Street,"
begins al the Surf Theatre.
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CAMERON'S CORNER
SERVICE STATION
Accessories-Tires-Batteries
Road Service & Repairs
9790 S. Dixie Hwy.
Phcne 665-6478
. Hod-v Shavuoth To Al
^S AIR CONDITION'NG CO.
Mechanical Contractors
Coclinq and Heating
7320 N.W. 58th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone: 592-3410
\ Happv Shavuoth To A'
SYBIL9
20 W. FLAGLER STREET
Phone 373-9974
Holiday Greetings
HOWARD S.
REEDER
"Custom House Brokers"
Port of Miami
P.O. Box 389 -33101
(305) 371-8431
ALL OF US FROM
LOUIS SHERRY
ASSOCIATES, INC.
Complete Real Estate Service
REALTORS
extend best wishes for
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work for her, claim the rabbis
(Megillah 12b).
The recitation of prayers or
holy scriptures were forbidden in
a nude state. Therefore, such ac-
tivities as streaking would be
frowned upon by Jewish tradition
because it robs man of his dig-
nity and respect.
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KEYES CITY INSURANCE AGENCY INC.
100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Fla.
Suite 1302 Phone 371-7652
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS
LOUIE AGUIRRE PAINT A BODY SHOP, INC.
Axle Frame & Front End Service Insurance Estimates
7111 N.W. 6th COURT, MIAMI
Phone 757-9681 754-8659 _________.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
DUTCH PACKING CO., INC.
4115 N.W. 28th STREET-PHONE: 871-3640
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS
DAVIS SANITATION COMPANY
1575 N.E. 205th Street- Phone 651-2131
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
PALMER'S ROOFING & SUPPLY CO., INC.
CELEBRATING OUR 54th ANNIVERSARY
3555 N.W. 74th St. 696-7620
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JACK CHERRY'S CITIES SERVICE STATION
5485 Palm Avenue, Hialeah Phone 823-0505
To All Greetings FRED LANGMEYER
ATLAS PRINTING & OFFSET
5519-21 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone: 757-4893
' Job Printing"
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
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NEW AND USED TRAILERS BANK FINANCED
135 N.W. 79th STREET Phone 751-5084
A KAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
AMOCO OF PERRINE
ACCESSORIES-TIRES-BATTERIES-TOW SERVICE & REPAIRS
18005 S. Dixie Highway Phone 233-7756
PERRINE, FLORIDA
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL
CARMEL BAKERY
RETAIL U KOSHER
847 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Phone 538-7592
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL
EARL V. WILSON COMPANY
Merchandise Brokers
MIAMI JACKSONV'llE TAMPA ORLANDO
ATLANTA and ALBANY, GEORGIA
KAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
W & K TRIM SHOP
16050 W. DIXIE HIGHWAY
North Miami Beach, Florida Phone 949-1616
FRANK J. ROONEY, INC.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
5880 N.E. 4th AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 757-5751


Pace 10-B
Paae 14 C
^Jewisti fhrktiani
Friday, May 24, 1974
Debate Over Justice of Existence of Israel Among Blacks
: onflow m Pht,c i-t"
Fa- k in, the I black
histo .. ..
When anmedam a-
\. d Li
-
aver;
i women thiii
hart
tan menii
-E> purchl i .i- cor.-
qm '. 5* n fruited Ne-
gro riavei ippcd them oJ
to Arabia. V i -..t >:' s>>r.-.'.
]and of! 1-m .
"Long br'orc the extensivi le-
vciopr.ont ol the siau- trade in
the hands of the Europeans,
many of the basic practices of the
international slave trade had al-
ready been established."
IT IS TRUE, of course, that the
slave trade as practiced by the
Moslems was not as severe or ex-
tensive an institution as it later
became under the Europeans. A
much more serious indictment of
the attitudes of Arab society is
its continued tolerance for the
slave trade at a time when the
rest of humanity has condemned
and abandoned the practice. The
Anti-Slavery Society, headquar-
tered in London, an organization
committed to the eradication of
slavery around the world, reports
that Arab nat.ons are the most
flagrant violators of the 1956
United Nations Convention on
the Abolition of Slavery.
In Saudi Arabia alone there are
500.000 per-ons living in slavery
Ccr^plimerits of
MIAMI POOL
EQUIPMENT INC.
820 N.W. 144th Street
MIAMI, FLORIDA
PHONE: 685-5966
652-3628
Greetings to Our
Jewish Friends
RELIATEX Inc,
2201 N W. 72 AVENUE
MIAMI, 33144
Phone 592-3220
4 HAPPySHAVUOTH TO All
INTERIORS BY
DALE E. WHDMa.'J, INC.
5000 N. Miami Ave., Miami
Phone 759-471
Our Very Best Wishes
For A Happy HHiday
To All .
MARTHA'S
Beautv Satan
1327 S.W. 8*h Street
Miami, Florl
Phone 37? 1 40
A Happy Shcr :. To AH
FINE POTATO "UP CO
3485 N.W Mm S- M?ami
- 691-0? 31 -
A Happy S o All
MacVICAR-WElLS INC.
3445 No'th Miami Avenge
Miami, Florida
Phone 573-5414
or enforced bondi


'.: eat v
. bai n.
Th( patl
lin( lo '
Most the age-oi
- still mainjy Africi
essential d Hen nee i-::!1.' I al
the routes of av<
run eastward instead of wet t-
ward."
ONE OF THE most disturbing
aspects of modem
despite its almo&t universal con-
demnation and the sanctions of
the United Nations, it has under-
gone a stead;, increase during the
past 25 years, a period which co-
incide* with the era of growing
wealth for the oil sheikdoms of
the Persian Gulf.
The Anti-Slavery Society be-
lieves that chattel slavery has in-
creased threefold since 1947. and
it ascribes the increase to the
growing affluence of the oil na-
tions.
The world reaction to the
phenomenon of modern slavery is
a textbook case of how the dic-
tates of realpolitik drown out the
cries of the oppressed. The
United Nations, the only agency
with jurisdiction sufficiently
broad to provide an effective pol-
icing mechanism, has treated the
slavery question with the utmost
care.
The Big Poweis the United
States and the Soviet Union, in
particular *re una Hint
they
hope to ll P-
. n, Ru>-
.: opening the
t*rm of -.
I to an
tical .: ..i- nd slave labi-r
camps.
THE MYTH of Arab Afiican
brotherhood ;.- further belied by
lam oppression of non
lem blacks in Nigeria and the
Sudan. Dui thi war of Biafran
secession, Egyptian pilots flew
I ombini --ions in which the
ren inhabited
rather than military in-
..ations of Biafran troops.
In the Sudan, the Moslem north
carried out a near-genocidal cam-
paign of terror against the black
pagans and Christians of the
South.
The Sudanese civil war was
provoked by the efforts of the
Moslems to force their language,
religion, and culture on the non-
Moslem blacks. Between 500.000
and 1.000.000 Sudanese were
slain in the conflict; countless
others, after watching their vil-
lages burn, fled to the bush or
sought sanctuary in neighboring
countries.
THE SUDANESE government
was able to conduct its military-
campaigns because of a $5,500,-
000 gift from Kuwait, and be-
cause of arms shipments from
Algeria. Egypt, and the Soviet
Floridiau8 Honored At Seminary's
Commencement Exercises Sunday
Three Floridians were honored
at the commencement ot The Jew-
ish Theological Seminar) ui Amer-
ica Sunde? in New York Otty,
Philip Field, whose parents live
in North Miami, and Chaim
Stephen listfield, whose mother,
Mrs. Sylvia Listfield. is a resi-
dent of North Miami Beach, were
ordained as rabbi, teacher and
preacher. Edwin Farber of Miami
received the degree of Master of
Arts.
They were among the more
than 90 men and women honor-
ed at the Seminary's 80th annual
commencement at Park Avenue
Synagogue.
Rabbi Field and his wife, the
former Diane Beth Resnikoff.
have made their home in Tea-
neck, N.J, while he has serve!
as principal of the Hebrew High
School of Highland Park N.J. A
graduate of the University of
Illinois, he received the Rabbi
Harold Gordon prize for his
academic work at the Seminary,
His parents arc Mr and Mrs, Her-
man Field of North Miami.
A majm cum laude graduate
of Rutgers University, Rahhi List-
field studied Chinese at Prince-
ton, and was a Woodrow Wilson
fellow at Yale before coming to
the Seminary. He has won the
Friedlander prize in medieval He-
brew literature, and the Women's
League prize for the outstanding
s'uH'nt In me graduate rabbinical
school.
Farber, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry A. Farber of Miami, is a
graduate of Columbia University
and Teachers Institute. Presently
he is enrolled in the Rabbinical
School, working towards ordina-
tion and is also a candidate for
the Ph.D. at New York Univer-
sity. He plans to spend a year in
Israel then complete his rab-
binical school program and serve
in the congregational rabbinate.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM ..
PAINTER'S POULTRY OF FLORIDA INC.
I860 N.W. 75th Streret, Miami, Florida
Phone 696-7901
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS
MIRIAM AND BILL LEVEN OF
KENNEDY FURNITURE COMPANY
6700 N.W. 37th Ave. Miami, Fla. Phone: 691-2901
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS
LA FRANCE CLEANERS AND DYERS
WE PICK UP & DELIVER
244 N.W. 35th Street, Miami 576-2300
2249 S.W. 22nd Street 854-2519
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
DOUG STEWART REALTOR
8433 S.W. 132nd STJjrt-r. MIAMI
PHONE 233-7171
To All ... A Very Happy Shavuoth
GRACIOUS LIVING INTERIORS
2664 N.E. 189th Street, North Miami Beach
PHONE 931-0414
Thu9 we had an example
:.,: in ... la p< o-
tims.
For theii pait. African nations
.. i. of ry of
: between Arab *nd b
reci
with the Arabs is
lot the re-
I
over, do
:,.., e s< ntiments of black
ere who look or. Is-
rael a imp< rial si oi racist, Until
:!.( Yom Kippui War. African
nations enjoyeo dose and often
ficial relations with Israel.
which for years had p-ovideo aiJ
and technical advice that was of
considerable value to states just
emerging from colonialism's
yoke.
Thus the fact that all but a
handful vi African nations nave
broken ofi tic tie- wl i
th pa.-t few months
must be evaluated in the light of
uie shifting political iorue* in the
Middle East, rather than in terms
of political ideology.
ll'ST AS OIL is in large meas*
ure reeponslole for the upsurge
,,: slaver} in the Middie East, so
is oil a priiuipai cause of the
shifting political alliances of
African nations. One must keep
in mind that oil was a powerful
enough weapon to evoke anti-Is-
rael responses from Great Brit-
ain. France, and other European
countries.
NEXT WEEK: Impac of oil cri-
sis on view of Is-
rael
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
GUARDIAN MORTGAGE & INVESTMENT CORP.
MEL HABER and ARCHIE STRUHL
Suite 239 Dade Federal Building
119 E. Flagler Street 374-1761
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
MILLER AUTOMATIC SYSTEMS, INC.
Commercial Laundry Equipment
SALES SERVICE LEASING
6300 N.W. 77th Court Phone: 592-3320
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
CARME\ BEAUTY SHOP
1148 West 68th Street, Hialeah, Florida
Telephone 821-4341 821-9292
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SKAGSETR-BRYANT. 1\C.
925 W. FLAGLER STREET, MIAMI
PHONE 371-5554

I
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ADVANCE SCAFFOLDS SOUTHEAST, INC.
ADVANCE TUBLAR SCAFFOLD STEEL DISTRIBUTOR
SALES RENTAL
3320 N.W. 35th AVENUE PHONE 635-2408
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
ACE-RELIABLE AUTO LEASING
SAM FEINGOLD
1031-5th Street, Miami Beach Phone 673-0421

Shavuoth Greetings To All...
HOLIDAY INN
2201 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE: 534-1511
Shavuoth Greetings To All...
RICHARD IVES j|M CONWAY
Ready Potatoes, Inc.
2201 N.W. 25th AVENUE
PHONE 635-4437
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
^ H0WARD AYARES
CHRYSf ER- PLYMOUTH INC.
NEW AND USED CARS
10943 S Dixie Hwy. 665-6581
Greetings To The Jewish Communitv
KEY ENTERPRISES INC.
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INI DESIGNERS ANo CONSULTANT
HI FLORIDA AND CAPIBBEAN"
woo liMym Wvd Mitm. phonn 754_7575


lay 24. 1974
*:Jmist> fhrkBam
?aqs 15-C
__til
-
luncheon
in the annual petite
iastailation of the Temple Emanu-
iood and PTA in the Friedland Ball-
(from left' Mrs. Albert Levy, incom-
f president; Mrs. Jerome Uffner, out-
tA president; Dr. Irving Lehrman,
rabbi and installinq officer; Mrs. Lehrman,
honorary vice president of both organiza-
tions; Mrs. Benjamin Beloff, outgoing presi-
dent of Sisterhood, and Mrs. Richard
Schwarz, incoming Sisterhood president.
is Federal Branch Approved
Citiwr-
Federal Savings and
eiation of .Metropolitan
eceived approval from
1 Home Loan Bank
Drdin? to David Stuzin.
Hoi:.d its ninth branch
Hand president.
Hbcateri in N'orth Miami
he Point East Shopping
f 17881 Biscayne B!\ .
Stuzin said new branch will
H^B in
| This wil! !> Citizen Federal's
too office ..- :>,.i<
Bho Association has two
Lauderhi'.l and Pern-
?
UOTH GEETINGS
ENT FROM
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^pw as $11 per day
| Plus Mileage
fft UI> LOWED RATES
Wat*, Month, Lonn Term.
t Mt4els and Sizes to Meet
if Retirements
HSfES INCLUDE
tmhl, Service, Injurarce
Hl.W. 21st TERRACE
TjM'AMI, FLA.
|Ph. 325-0080
ton DETAILS
t TRUCK RENTAL
Haparf Shavuoth To All .
IADE UNDERWRITERS
INSURANCE AGENCY
RALPH D. HOLLANDER
_901 ME 125th STREET
North Miami 891-6300
A Happy Shavuoth To All .
ZIPP
SPORTING GOODS
r 57B4 Sunset Drive
230 Red Road, So Miami
'. .Phone 665-3534
Mapnr Shavuoth To All .
from
J. EITSTER
Hejliday Greetings
A Happy Shavuoth To All .
STOBS !JR0i
lConstruct.cn Co
J. ROBERT STOBS, SR
010 ME. 4th Court Miami
Phone 751 1692
broke Pines. Broward County An
11-story headquarters office build-
ing is under construction al
Brickell Ave.. Miami, with com
pletion scheduled for next Decem
ber.
Chartered in March. 1952
assets of $250,000. Citizens Fc I-
eral now has assets in excess oi
A Happy Shavuoth
So All Our .
Friends From
MR. and MRS.
WERNER KAIIN
$200 million. HOLIDAY GREETINGS TROPIC \L PAPER BOX CO. Manufacturers of ARTISTIC PAPER BOXES 7000 N.W. 25th Street Phone 592-5520 Miami, Florida
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HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
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429 Espanola Way, Miami Beach 538-3870
BEACH POULTRY MARKET INC. No. 2
2004 N.E. 164th St., North Miami Beach 949-7261
HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
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HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL .
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President Brandeis Zionist District
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
TURK PAINTING COMPANY
260 N.W. 199th Street. Miami, Florida
Phone 652-8432
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO ALL
MIAMI BEACH ANIMAL HOSPITAL
DR. STANLEY VVASMAN
1929 Purdy Avenue, Miami Beach 534-2156
A HAPPY SHAVUOTH TO AIL
CENTRAL ROOFiNG & SUPPLY CO., INC.
SPECIALIZING !N REROOFING & REPA'RS
15701 W. Dixie Hwv., N. Miami Beach 945-2646
SHAVUOTH GREETINGS TO ALL
PAUL DAVIS SERVICE STATION AND GARAGE
Automatic Transmission Paint & Bodv Work
COMPLETE ONE-STCP Carburetor and Tune-Up
6600 S.W. 62nd AVf., SO. MIAMI 661-6041
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Rr-. s IIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
100 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. Florida 33132
Phone 373-6504
To All ... A Very Happy Shavuoth
ALL CITY PLUMBING, INC.
PHONE 891-3684
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Friday. Mqy 24. 197a
Rabbi Scliif f Calls For Chaplaincy In Fla. Hospitals
At the annual meeting of the
South Florida Chaplain's Asso-
ciation. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
director of Chaplaincy Service
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, delivered his report
as outgoing president.
In his report, he noted that
during the past year the greatest
single achievement was the
adoption by the South Florida
Hospital Association of his pro-
posal on behalf of the Chaplains
Association.
THIS PROPOSAL was for the
establishment of a chaplaincy
program in all hospitals of South
Florida.
Rabbi Schiff noted that "many
hospitals have been encouraged
by different proposals and have
taken steps to study the ways
and means to implement such a
program."
Rabbi Schiff recommended to
the new administration the estab-
lishment of a Committee on the
Furtherance of Chaplaincy to
work with state legislators and
local governmental bodies to es-
tablish a chaplaincy program in
the various institution* under
their governmental jurisdiction.
INCOMING officers include
Dr. George W. Miller, director of
Pastoral Care and Service Chap-
lain of the Baptist Hospital of
Miami, president; The Rev.
Henry C Bailey, chaplain of the
Dade County Corrections and Re-
habilitation Department, v\a
president; The Rev. Morris E
liott. director of Youth and Fan.
ily Services for the Souther*
Baptist Association, secret**
and The Rev. George Cli
son. with Miami Shores Presbf
terian Church, as treasurer.
Landow Yeshiva Center Launches
Giant Registration Campaign
With the construction of the
Landow Yeshiva Center in Miami
Beach, an opportunity is mad>
available to the children of rei-
dents of Greater Miami to attend
one of the finest educational fa-
cilities in this area beginning
next September.
The Hebrew Department com-
pares with the best Hebrew edu-
cational institutions in the world,
according to rabbinic authorities
from America and Israel, and the
secular program is staffed by
highly qualified licensed teach-
ers and overseen by university
professors and national peda-
gogues.
The school will offer the finest
secular education on all levels
elementary, secondary and pre-
paratory, and an intensive physi-
cal education program is being
developed which will include
.sports, physical training and
track coordinated by the nation-
ally known karate sensei and di-
rector of the Smith United States
Karate Association, John '
RABBI SH010M 0. UPSKAR
dai i Special musii programs
and < Ktra i \< ular acti iti s will
I e available.
Because facility,
the Landow Yeshiva Center is
able to accept a larger registra-
tion than in previous years, ac-
cording to Rabbi Sholom D. Lip-
skar. principal of the institution.
Gerald Goidon, chairman of
the registration committee, and
his fellow workers, Philip Braf-
nian. (public relations I. Alberto
Muskat, .Latin-Jewish division)
Murray Rubin, Mr;. Rosa Franco,
Rabbi Yaakov Roth. Larry Mai-
man. Michael Jacobovits, Mau-
rice Cohen and Melvin Feit, are
developing a registration cam-
paign which will include a num-
ber of '"Open Houses" to ac-
quaint the Greater Miami Jew-
ish community with the new fa-
cility.
ECD Reunion Set June 9
The YMYWHA of Greater Mi-
ami, has a call out for th e
youngsters who attended the
Earl) Childhood Development
Program at the YMHA between
S mber 1907 and May 1973 >
pi te in a an I re
: ry, June 9, at the YMHA,
83o; SW 8th SI
to attend may call Sue I i
Nancy Weinfeld or the E.
fi ..: the Y
Dr. George Miller, director of Pastoral Care and Service
Chaplain of the Baptist Hospital of Miami (left), Incoming
president of the South Florida Chaplains Association, pre
sents a plaque of appreciatior. to outgoing president, R 1
So'crr.on Schiff icenter\ director of Community Chaplaincy
Sen-ice of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Loo!-:
(right) is Fr. Thomas Gririin, S.J., of Gesu Church and
at Jackson Memorial Hospital, who is a past pre
of the Chapiaincy Association.
I
Shauuoth-A Bountiful Harvest
BY ESTHER FEINBERG
Fresu new recipes fo* this fresh new time of the year! We're delighted with the ideas you've sent us,
Wh :~ feature sorne particularly interesting flavor combinations. GutYomtovtoyou, your family ana you' fr e~ds
from the makers of Hellmann s* ana Best Fooas*- Real Mayonnaise.*
CHICKEN ARTICHOKE SALAD
1 jar (6 oz) marinated artichoke*
2 cups chopped cooked ch'Cken
1 can (6 oz) water chestnuts, s! ced
112 cup chopped celery
1 apple chopped
3/4 cup HELLMANN'S'BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon pepper
Reserving marinade, drain and Chop
artichokes. Toss 1 tablespoon of re-
served marinade with artichokes and
remaining ingredients. Chill. Serve gar-
nished with apple wedges, if desired.
Makes 4 (1 cup) servings.
(The fresh delicate flavor of Hellmann's/
Best Foods compliments but never over-
powers other foods.)
Submitted by:
H M.Feder
N. Miami Beach, Fla.
CHICKEN PECAN SPREAD
2 cups minced cooked ervekea
1 /2 cup chopped pecans
1 /4 cup finely chopped celery
1/2 CUP HELLMANN S/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1 pirmento, finely chopped
- 1 tablespoon fresh lime jo.ee
1/4 teaspoon salt
Mix together all ingredients. Chill Use
as a spread for crackers or cucumber
slices or as a stuffing for celery Makes
2 2/3 cups.
(Helimann's/Best Foods is flea/ Mayon-
naise... does full justice to your com-
pany best.)
Submitted by:
Kirs Ruth Schwartz, New York, N Y.
.)
QUICK BANANA CAKE
2 cups unsifted floor
1 cup sugar
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup mashed ripe bana-a
2/3 CUP HELLMANNS'BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1/4 cup water
1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla
1 /2 cup finely chopped nu'S
Grease 11x7x1 1 /2-mch baking pan.
Stir together first 4 ingredients in mix-
ing bowl Add banana, Real Mayonnaise,
water and vanilla Beat about 2 minutes
or until smooth Stir in nuts. Pour into
preoared pan and bake in 350'F oven
35 to 40 minutes or until cake tester in-
serted in center of cake comes out
ciean Cool 10minutes; remove from pan.
Submitted by:
Mrs Muriel Cohen, Norfolk, Va. ,
PLEASEsend us your recipes
We'd be delighted if you'd share more
of your favorite Kosher mayonnaise
recipes with us. We'll print your name
and send you $10.00 for any recipe we
use in our advertising. Just send your
special uses for Hellmann's or Best.
Foods Mayonnaise to me:
Esther Feinberg, Consumer Service Dept
Best Foods Div. of CPC Int'l. Inc.
Englewood Cliffs, N. J. 07632
Be sure to include your name and ad*
dress. All recipes become the property
of Best Foods, and may be adjusted or
edited before publication. -
POACHED SALMON
WITH JEWELED SAUCE
3 salmon steaks.
1 small onion
2 celery ribs
1 carrot
1/2 teaspoon salt
Dash white peppe'
11I cup HELLMANN'S. 3S3T FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1 /2 cup dairy sour cream
1/4 cup chopped radish
1 /4 cup chopped cucumber
1/4 cup chopped green onion
1 teaspoon prepared mustard
Put salmon in shallow pan with enough
water to cover Add next 5 ingredients.
Bring to boil, reduce heat and simmer
20 minutes or until fish flakes easily.
Drain, reserving 1/4 cup broth. Chill
fish. Mix together Real Mayonnaise, sour
cream, radish, cucumber, green onion,
reserved fish broth, and mustard. Chill.
Serve with chilled salmon steak. Makes
3 servings; 1 2/3 cups sauce. "
^Submitted by:
Mrs. Sol Hirsh, Ypnkers. N.Y.)
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BROCCOLI WITH MUSTARD SAUCE*
1/4 CUP HELLMANN S/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1/4 cup milk
1 teaspoon prepared mustard
1 teaspoon horseradish
112 teaspoon dried parsley flakes
1/3 cup croutons
1 package (10 oz) frozen broccoli
spears, cooked and drained
Stir together first 5 ingredients in small
saucepan; cook over low heat until
heated Sprinkle croutons over broccoli,
too with sauce Makes 4 servings.
(Versatile Hellmann's/Best Foods
makes creamy-smooth sauces, doesn't
separate when heated in recipes like
this.)
Submitted by
Mrs Sidney Wise, Lancaster, Pa.
But Ruth said to Naomi: Urge me not to
leave Thee, to return from following
Thee; for whither Thou goest. will I go;
.and where Thou lodgest, will I lodge;
Thy people shall be my people, and Thy
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