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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

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"eKewish Floridlian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
folume 47 Number 23
Miami, Florida Friday, June 7, 1974
Two Sections Price 25 cants
irst POWs Flown Back From Syria

>
EBAN FRANKLY FURIOUS
wVew Rabin Gov'L
Dumps Giants;
Weakest of Any
Uolda's Last Cabinet Mooting tt-A
More Expected to Return Friday
By ii VIA ML'NDELSON
TEL AVIV (JTAI Twelve WOW
Israeli prisoners of war. the first to be released
by Syria, celebrated their freedom with their
families relatives and friends Saturday night
c ianding at Ben Gurion Airport and physical
examinations at Tel Hashomer Hospital.
They returned to the hospital later for fur-
ther check-ups and treatment and at lea it six
Will have to undergo surgery, according to a
al report released today.
PR. MOIIDECHA1 Shani, director general of
Tel Hashcmer, said that the initial examinations
JERUSALEM (JTA) Pre-
f Yitzhak Rabin presented his
government to President
braim Katzir with only 90
kites to spare bcrore the ex-
ptiun of his midnight dead-
|toe
Hlissing from the new Cabinet
^B four veteran ministers who
Be been associated with Is-
^B's top leadership for most of
the nation's history.
TIIEY ARE Premier Golda
Meir. Foreign Minister Abba
Eban. Defense Minister Moshe
^an. and Finance Ministei Pin-
TSapir.
he 120-member Knesset voted
|1 Monday, with five absten-
to approve Rabin's coall-
^H He became Israel's fifth
Be mini ter in the na:
Bar history.
^e R.'i;m government, based
harrow coalition of the l.a-
Hignmcnt. the Independent
Bja! Party and the Civil
Rights Party, commands only 61
BBst' votes, and defections are
possible from within Labor Party
ranks, either by abstentions or
negative ballots.
The Co::: ].;"- nti.l to Pres-
ident Katzir consists of the fol-
lowing:
PREMIER. Yitzhak Rabin;
Deputy Premier and Foreign
Minister. Yigal Alion; Defense
Minister, Aharon Ya.iv; Minister
of Education and Culture, Ahar-
on Yadlin (presently Labor Par-
ty Secretary General); Minister
of Commerce and Industry'. Haim
Bar-Lev; Minister of Transport,
Gad Yaacobi; Police Minister,
tov; Minister of Agriculture,
Shlomo Hillel: Minister of Jus-
Continued on Page 2 a
PR[MM RA8IN
old faces gone
Beigin Charges Pact
Broke Fullback Vow
Syria, Lebanon Implicated 7-A
Block U.S. Mo\e to Act at UN ... 7-A
I iiinmitment to Restrain Terror SA
Geneva Signing Ceremony Cold 8-A
Palestinians Credit Selves for Blaze ll-A
Bv DAVID LANDAU and
Tl VIA MENDELSON
JERUSALEM Likud leader
Menachem Beigin accused the Is-
raeli gvernment of retreating
from previous positions on with-
drawal. He said the Golda Meir
government had pledged that
ATTACKED ANTI-SEMITIC POET
Detain Leading Activists;
mov Stripped of Title
Scientific Seminar Not Provocative
11 A
)NT)ON' (JTA) Jewish
fees in the Soviet Union re-
|ed that 13 Minsk Jews, in-
|ing Col. Yefim Davidovich,
"Red Army heroes" Naum
hansky and Lev Ovsitcher,
appealed to the Soviet Prose-
ar-Gencral, Roman Rudenko,
fctart legal proceedings against
anti Semitic Byelorussian
^t. Maxim Luzhantin. whose
eel lection contains yet more
li-Semitie poems echoing the
B)e and contents of Nazi war-
time propasanda.
TN THEIR letter, the 13 pro-
Btors point out that Luzhantin
: not aclifilly use the word
but transparently substitutes
it a similary sounding
Sari" (polecat in Byelorussian).
|e "kharis" are then described
"base and fiendish."
B*If you spit in their faces, they
Urill wine it off; suit again and
thev turn the other check, and
[nfcen vou give them what they've
Mkcd for. they run off and bark
at you like a dog," Luzhantin
writes.
In fact, the author queries, how
did these "kharis" manage to sur-
Continued on Page 2-A
there
1967 Six fs on
the Golan Heights, but
is withdrawing under pres-
from Syria.
He noted that government of-
ls had promised t:rr.e and
that I.-rael would demand
a solution to the problem of Syr-
ian Jewry in the disengagement
-.s. but the agreement docs
not even mention Syrian Jews.
BEIGIN ALSO made much of
the fact that the agreement in-
cludes no really effective curb on
terrorist activities from Syrian
.- .. and charged that it will in
I ermit the Palestinian ter-
ror, sts to act or. Israeli territory
to attain their goals.
Defense Minister Moshe Day-
in, also making his swansong ap-
pearance in the Knesset as a
member of government, told the
.-. thai he hoped Syrian
.It ws would be permitted to leave
Continued on Fage 8-A
indicated that the POWs had
been treated well in the Syrian
prison. He said that only one of
the returnees was in "bad"
ditkra, but his life is not in dan-
ger.
Doctors estimated that most of
the other released men would be
able to leave the hospital in two
I Outgoing Premier G
ief of Staff Morde-
..-.:,. Gur vis'ted the men Sunday.
The released men are: Yaacov
Shalom Ariel, ltama:- Barnea.
Gay, Gavriel Garzon,
h Michael Hertz. Yaacov
ovy: Shalom Lavi, Avikam
7. \ V -':: : A :
. min K:\ati and Ami-
ehai I
BEN GURION Airport was
i
rning,
the H
Sati ns
'a::.as-
cus. > pre-
they knew the
Isra Eficials
Continued on Page 13 A
MANHANDLED
Rabbis Say
UN Guards
Are Toughs
NEW YORK (JTA) Five
- who claim that they and
120 Jewish student demonstrators
were manhandled by United Na-
tions security guards who forcibly
ejected them from the UN visi-
tors lobby, have asked for a i
i ith Ambassador John Scali
"to discuss this matter and to at-
to insure that the United
. does not become a
forum for wholesal violati i '
. thts."
Th-1 sig iers on this letter were
Rabbis Steven Riskin, Avraham
Saul Berman, R
Continued on Page 18-A
A STORY OF CORRUPTION
Remember G.L.K. Smith?
He's Still Alive and Kicking
By Special Report
"Gerald L. K. Smith: My God,
was dead: I remem-
..-. ing about him in the
forties But G r i d Smith is
- n essfully pro-
tourist attractions in
Springs Arkansas.
This ;- not the si ry of Smith.
It y of the corruption
of a town, the gullibility of sub-
tial elements of the press
and the willingness of govern-
~ : officials to aid in the pro-
motion of bigotry
A MINISTER and pastor in
Shreveport, La., in the twenties,
Gerald Lyman Kenneth Smith in
;:- siu'o'i'('.inu decade became an
ally of Huey Long, of William
Du lley Pelley, head of the native
fascist Silver Shirt Movement,
and of Charles E. Coughlin, the
Jew-baiting "radio priest."
Smith has been teacher, men-
( ontiHUet! on Page !-A
EASIER TIME FOR ISRAEL ON CAPITOL HILL
What Fulbright Exit Means
By JOSEPH POLAKOIF
WASHINGTON (JTA) The defeat of Arkansas Sen. J.
William Fulbright by the state's Gov. Dale Bumpers was seen here as
indirectly indicating gains for Israel in the Senate.
Fulbright. head of the powerful and prestigious Senate Foreign
Relations Committee for 15 of his 30 years in Congress, was out-
spoken critical of many U.S. foreign policy stands including aid to
Israel.
The U.S. position toward Israel
was not a factor in the primary
campaign, in which victory is
tantamount to election in Novem-
ber, but Bumpers and Fullbright
were in almost direct opposition
in their views towards Israel.
Fulbrighfs antipathy towards
U.S. aid to Israel has been long
established though he seemed to
indicate a sudden, if almost im-
perceptible, chance of heart in
the final stages of his fight for
reelection.
Bumpers, however, indicated
backing for a strong and secure
Israel as a means of assuring
against U.S. military participation
in the Middle East "after we just
Continued on Page 6- A
Nswton N. Minow, former
chairman of the Federal
Comunicatione Commissiorf,
has been named chairman of
the board of overseers of the
Jewish Theological Seminary
of America.


Page 2-A
vJewisfi Fkridliar
Friday, June 7, 1974 ^
i
New Rabin Coalition Seen
Weakest in Israel's History
Continued from Page 1-A
tice. Haim Zadok: Housing Minis-
ter Yihoshua Rabinowitz: Labor
Minister, Mosfafl Bar'Am; Minis-
te. of Absorption. Shlomo Rosen;
Minister ol Health, Victor Shem-
Aharon L'zzan; Minister of Tour-
ist ". 1 he Kol: Communications
Minister, Avrahan Ofer.
MIXlSTrlRS WithoutPortfolio
are Shulamit Aloni, t'RP leader;
( an Hausner, of the ILP; and
Irael Gaiiii of the Labji Party
v.h 1 is a memb ; of the outgoing
Mi government
. 0 ition of Abba Eban is
r : certain. The Outdoing For-
eign Minister has made no ef-
nci t\ his bittei lie al
i dr< p] 1 (i by Rabin and ab-
tti i in the party voting.
. b ; itti 1 the par-
ty's meeting, Eban said it was
v. :.. ;n pretend that Rabin had
id him in the government
b a.i- unable to include him
for technical ieason.
HI. WONDERED aloud wheth-
<: this would be thte last time
1 Israel looks to the Labor
Pa ty for leadership. Rabin had
included Eban in a provisional
slat submitted to the party
r as Information Minister.
:( aided that appointment
demotion and said he would
not serve in the new govern-
ment.
Labor MK Mordechai Porat. of
the party's Rafi faction, threaten-
ed to vote against the new gov-
ernment and then resign his
Knesset seat. Two other Labor
MKs, Yitzhak Navon and David
Koren. also abstained.
Navon explained later that he
refused to vote because one of
the ministers designated by Rabin
was unsuitable ZM the job.
He diii not name the minister
and said he would support the
government in the Knesset nev-
ertheli is
DAY AN ALSO promised to
vote for the Rabin regime, but
only "under duress." Premier
Meir herself seemed to be in a
dilemma, She vowed publicly not
to support a government that in-
clude- Ms, Aloni and has indi-
i that she would resign hi r
Knesset s-at before the vote of
confidence comes up.
1 :'. s was p ecluded by 1 i-
raeli law which requires an in-
cumbent Prime Minister to re-
main in of!ice until a successor
rorn in.
She voted for the Rabin gov-
ernment, ; I Likud opposition has been
trying t.> persuade the religious
parties to join it in a solid
position phalanx of 5 seats. Likud
leader Menaclnm Beigin has al-
ready denounced the new got -
eminent as a national disgrace
and the weakest in Israel's his-
tory.
RABIN HIMSELF declared
that his government would bo
one of continuity and change. He
said it would continue the work
and achievements of the outgoing
Meir government and at the same
time try to effect needed changes
in both domestic and foreign
policies.
Activists Detained;
Panov Loses Title
Continued from Page 1-A
Vive :hc war?
-I THOUGHT that they would
all burn in th? fires of the war,
and their ashes would be scat-
1 by the wind"
Davi !(. ii h and the o'hr s;gna-
ti r es to noint out that
: 1 tie kn iws that in the S
on the state publishing
- I ibli ih nly what has I
I wed by senior govern
i," so that soni-'
:'- aui must be in
% ved In this case. The 12 sign-
<
VEFIM DAYIl.OVKH. wa
ran, wounded five times
ils; Naum Al
ky, war veteran, awarded 13;
( : nd medals; Kl 11 a Alshan
: 1 Ovsil
r vel n, wounded in
ar medals; 1
! mid Y ". : A Vron Ze
Blid ol
the "Great Ppt [otic War;" Ilya
l in an')
1 akh, w fe of an of
fier killed at the front.
They also ask that their letter
be published in "Literaturnaya
Gazetta" the organ of the Soviet
Writers Association.
"We stand before great chal
lenges and from the experience
of the Jewish people, we know
that great challenges produce
new and strong forces of leader-
ship." Rabin said.
The new government was not
complete when it took office.
When Sapir adamantly refused tO
continue in government serviei.
Rabin was 1 treed to select a last
minute replacement for the kej
po t in the person of Yaacov
Levinson, an executive of the
Histadrut-owned Bank Hapoalim
(Workers Bank.)
Bui Levinson cannot assume
the office for three months be-
cause of previous obligations.
Rabin announced that .lustice
Minister-designate Haim Zadok
will serve as acting Finance Min-
ister for that period,
RABIN SUMMED ui> bis got
ernment's policies and goals as
follows:
Safeguard national securit]
and strengthen the armed force-.
Striving for a true Mideast
peace;
Build a modern, just, fn
and independent society within
the framework of a stable demoi
racy;
Ensure the social welfare of
all elements of society through
special efforts by the commu
nity to improve the condition of
those in distress;
Increase immigration and
improve absorption methods in
order to attract tens of thousands
of settlers from all countries in
the diaspora;
Consolidate and develop the
economy:
Strengthen Israel's internation-
al position;
Constantly endeavor to
forge closer ties with world Jew-
ry "our truest ally."
MORE THAN EVER ISRAEl NEEDS
YOUR HELP! You con help Israeli
economy by baying Israel Bonds-
Give to the Combined Jewish Ap-
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Friday, June 7. 1974
vJenisti ncridHnn
Page 3-A
Move to Guarantee Israel's Use of Suez
WASHIXOTOX A move Is
gathering force in the Senate to
make American aid to Egypt de-
pendent on Cairo's opening the
Suez Canal to all flag ships of all
nations equally, meaning Israel
1 according to the columnists Evans
and Novak.
Actually, Israel has privately
told the U.S. it will accept Egyp-
tian agreement to permit Israeli
cargoes (but not Israeli flai
ships) through the Canal. Egyp-
tian President Sadat has given
private assurances of that.
But if, according to the colum-
nists, "the strongly pro-Israel Con-
gress attached an amendment de-
manding free passage for Israeli
flag ships, the powerful pro-Israel
lobby here would scarcely oppose
it."
If inch an amendment actually
' denied future U.S. aid to Egypt
unless Cairo pledged to permit Is-
raeli flag ships to traverse the
Canal, Egypt would never agree.
That could sour the Washington-
Cairo romance, according to the
columnists.
Hungary Victims Honored
BUDAPEST The Jewish
community last week honored
the memory of those who were
deported to "Bergen Belsen" by
the Nazis during World War II.
In a special ceremony held in
Budapest's second largest syna-
gogue and with government of-
ficials on hand. Budapest Chief
Rabbi Istvan Der recalled that
"few of us survived the Nazi per-
secution." and although "in our
nation there is order, we must
never forget those who were
murdered, no matter how pain-
ful it is to reopen old wounds."
Located in downtown Buda-
pest, the synagogue is built on
the former site of the Budapest
ghetto and dedicated "to the
memory of the Jewish heroes."
ft ft ft
Lachman Makes Appeal
NEW YORK' Seymour Lach-
man, president of the city's
Board of Education, has appealed
on "humanitarian grounds and
these alone" to Syria's Minister
of Education "to use your in-
fluence on behalf of the smal;
remnant of Syrian Jews still re-
siding in your country."
Lachman, an Orthodox Jew,
asked Hafaz Al-Jamali to use his
influence to allow some 4.000
Jews still in Syria "to leave in
peace to whatever country the\
choose."
ft ft ft
Weekly Gets Subsidy
AMSTERDAM Due to lin.in
cial difficulties, the only remain-
ing Dutch Jewish weekly, "Nieuw
Israelietisch Weekblad" (NIW>,
has applied to The Netherlands
Ministry of Culture for an an-
nual subsidy.
The Culture Ministry recently
undertook sub^idizini; a certain
number of publications which
could not make financial ends
meet, but whose continued exis-
tence was considered important.
Over the past few yea-s, the
NIW. whose subscribers number
4.000. has been guaranteed a sub-
sidy of 80,000 guilders (about
$30,000- annually by the Dutch
Ashkenazi Congregation.
ft ft ft
Hess Imprisonment Costly
BONN The imprisonment of
Rudolf Hess, formerly Hitler's
deputy, in the Spandau jail cost
the West German taxpayer about
DM 1 million last year. State
Secretary Karl Moersch (Foreign
Office) has told the Bonn Par-
liament.
ft ft
Amsterdam Anniversary
AMSTERDAM The large-
scale celebration? of Amster-
dam's 700th anniversary to be
held next year will be named
Mokum 700," the Hebrew word
for place.
Mokum is a popular name for
Amsterdam, a favorite place of
Jews over the centuries.
During the Nazi occupation,
70.000 Jews were deported from
Amsterdam to extermination
camps.
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Tree Honors Couple
JERUSALEM A tree was
planted here at the Yad Vashem
Memorial Institute in honor of
Jean and Jeanne Le Cocq. a cou-
ple who endangered their lives
during World War II to save
Jews.
Mrs. LeCocq was present at
the ceremony. She survived her
husband who died a few years
ago. The two saved the lives of
Charles Aron, a Jewish boy who
together with his mother man-
aged to escape from German
captivity.
it it it
Students are Arrested
NEW YORK Two youths
who allegedly tried to set fire to
a Soviet attacne s car which was
parked near the Soviet Mission
to the United Nations were
charged here with malii
chief.
According to police. the
youths, identif e I as Vii t ir V in
Cier, 17, and Stanley Spirn, 19,
both of Queens, emptied .> three-
gallon can of gasoline over the
car and were about to ignite it
when police office's spotted
them and arrested the two.
The car belonged to Vladimir
Yezhov. a member of the mission.
Match in Meiroriam
NEW YORK The United
States Maccabi Association an-
nounced that the visit to the U.S.
of the Maccabi National Boxing
Team of Israel has been dedi-
cated to the memory of the
"youth of Israel" massacred in
the town of Maalot.
In making the announcement,
Sidney D. Young, president of
the USMA, urged the American
community to support this his-
toric event.
The Israeli team will box a
selected national AAU boxing
team in each of four cities: New
York, June 17; Miami B
x.. June 27. A
fourth eitj to be sela I.
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seen those photos circulated
by the Associated Press showing
Israeli soldiers seated astride the
barrel of huge artillery pieces
downing drinks in celebration of
the new Mideast "peace."
They remind me of similar
photos right after the Six-Day
War in 1967. when soldiers were
snapped atop cannons and bunk-
ers along the Suez Canal, chug-
B-Iugging their victory.
THE DIFFERENCE is that the
1967 photos brought swift and
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Friday, June 7, 1974
Number 23
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Search for Success
The departure from the Israeli government scene of
Golda Meir, Moshe Dayan and Abba Eban suggests pro-
found political changes in Jerusalem.
They were monuments in the brief history of the na-
tion, and there is no reason to believe that they are gone
forever.
Israel is a land of ferment, of daring maneuvering, of
brilliant experimentation. The necessity always to be on
guard against attack by hostile neighbors breeds her cou-
rageous capacity to try new things at a moment's notice.
Premier Rabin's new government is one of these new
things. We wish it every success. But in Rabin's search for
that success, we would not be surprised suddenly to see
some of the old faces back again.
Mixed Fulbright Feelings
We regard the defeat of J. William Fulbright with
mixed emotions.
There is no doubt that Sen. Fulbright has said some
nasty things about Israel and Jews generally during his
last few years in office.
As chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee, he has repeatedly turned a deaf ear to Israeli needs
and on more than one occasion flatly declared that the
U.S Congress was a "tool" of Zionism.
In his campaign against Arkansas Gov. Dale Bumpers,
he let the word out thai "Jewish money" was involved in
an effort to "get" him.
These are not happy memories, and the events them-
selves did not show Sen. Fulbright at his best.
On the other hand. Sen. Fulbright was often at his
best and that was miles above the ordinary legislator
o._ Capitol Hill.
The Senator was a man of profound intellect, of broad
education, of deep insight into history. Above ail, he was
a champion of the forces that- opposed the seemingly can-
cerous growth of Pentagon prestige the anonymous po-
wers ol militarism.
And of war.
The bone we pick with him is that he foolishly and
arbitrarily saw Israel as a puppet of these powers and
that, too often, his criticism sounded like the cracked voice
of anti-Semitism or the rank anti-Israel propaganda writ-
ten in some Arab League office.
These considerations apart, he was a tower in an
otherwise mostly pigmy congressional world.
Toughest Days Ahead
The agreement Secretary of State Henry Kissinger
hammered out is just the beginning.
What starts now at Geneva will be new negotiations,
these to be guided more by the Soviet Union than by the
U.S., and designed to wrest the maximum concessions from
Israel, not what is acceptable and fair to all sides.
Particularly on the agenda will be the "Palestine Ques-
tion," which means different things to the different Arab
forces making reference to it, and Jerusalem.
Yet, they are the stuff of the Geneva agenda, and if
Israel does not fold under Soviet pressure, the Syrians
(and Egyptians) will find it easy-going to look upon the
Kissinger agreement as no longer binding.
The Soviet role will be a critical one. Moscow has
made no secret of being angry that the Kremlin was left out
of the Israeli-Arab negotiations thus far.
It will be to her advantage to be as tough as possible
on the Palestine and Jerusalem questions to show the
Arabs that, after all the Soviet Union is their best friend,
not the U.S., whose Dr. Kissinger arranged a "soft" cease-
fire line agreement.
Proof of this is already apparent in the presence in
Geneva of Soviet Ambassador Vladimir Vinogradov, who
figured prominently in the signing ceremony.
It is Vinogradov who, when Cairo announced the Yom
Kippur War surprise attack, declared that the attack on
Israel was the happiest moment of his life.
.WUNP WqpWP SHI Qp& .h
5k
stern response from Israels mili.
tary and government leader-
The soldiers were repri-
manded for their undisciplined
behavior.
The photographers were os-
tracized for failing to consider
the consequences of tempering
the principles of freedom o: the
press with occasional do
self-imposed discipline when the
need is "clear and apparent."
The public was tud
stopped from catching the
van of bus tours launched
night for "sightseeing" aloi
canal.
WHAT WAS deplored was the
circus atmosphere that
brought to a war zone
Theie is no such deplo ing of
the photos of the ci
lers along the Golan H
today.
The reason is not that
no real victory to celebral
would be as shortsighted
as the one generall>
since the Yom Kippur War
that the war put an
myth of Israeli invincibility
rather, the reason i iat
there is a new mood in Israe
d.d not begin after the wai
reaction to the war. It was .,..
ready in full swing on the eve of
the war.
If there is anything new about
this mood, it is that it has chang-
ed from smug self-satisfaction
and the sort of obesity of spirit
that made the nation flat footed
I pre-Yom Kippur) to a kind of
anxiety that masquerades
dolence or even torpor.
more frankly emotional d
sion i today).
It is as if the dedication and
courage needed to tuin the Yom
Kippur War around have left Is-
Continued on Page 12 V
COMMENT
bv K
'i here are anj Dumb i i f
pie who foci that my cont
campaign for a stronger Federa-
tion role in Jewish education is
based either i..; self Interest I
am. after all. the administrator of
a syna o':ue with one of the
e-t schools in the Greater Miami
. or hostility toward the p: i-
oriiies set by others for this com-
munity's spending. Which gets
back to the first in any case.
what must he remembered.
as I so often point out, is that
there is nothing new to the de-
bate and that inaction is as
old as the argument.
What is disturbing now is that,
after several years of meaningful
study and discussion by knowl-
edgeable men and women, the
subject again has been referred
to Committee a comparatively
brand new one which will need
many months of orientation to
the subject to come to any ra-
tional decision if any such deci-
sion is contemplated.
Which is why I am cynical
about the way it is being done,
or undone.
BECAUSE I have a feeling the
Federation's newest Committee
on Education. Culture and Reli-
gion will not be given the im-
pressive files of material gather-
ed by previous committees, I
want to share with them and oth-
er readers some of the thoughts
expressed last year on the sub-
ject by Malvina Liebman. a lady
whose wisdom In the area of pur>
lie and Jewish education enjoys
universal respect.
Mrs. Liebman does not let her
idealism overcome her reason in-
sofar as Jewish education is con-
cerned "Qualified teachers and
supervisors," she says, "are not
available in sufficient numbers.
Many rabbis and parents, far
lualifj. ai e
with ma i de-
tpite the lack ol ibsl ince. Only
;. ail | the total
number ol Jewish children in the
comri I I to any
kind ol Jewish education.
"The reason usually given for
this is the prohibitive cost of
synagogue membership. While,
undoubtedly, this is tfa reason
for the lack of attendance of
:o:ne children. It is too glib and
unfounded as the reason for the
non affiliation of all children."
LET! ME come in here as a
syni rogue administrator. It may
be true that the cost of syn-
agogue membership is "prohibi-
tive." but that relates more to
values than to money. At today's
costs tor one afternoon of He-
brew and one Sunday morning of
Judaic studies, the average spent
on one student and this is a
minimal program, mind you
runs well over $150.
There are few synagogues to-
day that can meet that cost on
what the average member is will-
ing, even if able, to pay. The
problem. Mrs. Liebman suggests,
must he elsewhere:
"Since studies have shown that
the majority of parents have in-
dicated their satisfaction with
the current modes and standards
of Jewish education offered their
children, it is obviously not a
problem. Rabbis, personally and
through directives to their school
supervisors, have given priority
to the good will of the parents
and students rather than to
standards of education.
"Thus, one suspects, that de-
spite the verbal allegiance to the
idea of good Jewish education,
practice falls short of commit-
i". i : li most thi n bi
that i ui rent conditioi
tl e most pi i ssing probli
many rabbis, students suri
not clamoring for a ':i
i-h education. They wotl
happ) if none at all wi
6 I -nice they view it .i-
in less and onerous chon For
whom then." write.- Mrs
man. "is it a problem"
THIS VETERAN
makes no bones about it.
'.'he condition of Jewish edu-
cation should be perceived as J
real and important problem by
the leaders of the Jewish
munity if they are concerned
about the survival of Jud..
well as the physical survival of
Jews." she says.
"People in the community who
identify themselves as Jews but
are devoid of the understand-
ings, appreciations and value
systems derived from a good Jew
ish education cannot form ^
participate in a viable Jewish
community. It, therefore, devolv-
es upon the community, through
its agencies, to accept some i
sponsibility for the survival
il
a Jewish community. It is my ^
lief that education is the mo*
promising means of doing this.
MRS. LIEBMAN has not neg-
lected to outline a program
wherebv the synagogues ana
Federation can work together on
this objective. While I view It ai
somewhat minimal, it is sure.y 3
valid beginning in establi-hng
relationships for what should be
a mutual goal.
And. as Mrs. Liebman con-
cludes in her paper. Now is tne
time for openness, effort ano
clear direction." That was more
than a year ago. but the messM*
is still good.


Friday, June 7, 1974
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Visits to Soviet
Jews Top Priority
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
In reference to your editorial
of May 24, "Dealing With Ser
pents:"'
Should lews not come to other
Jews with aid and sustenance?
VISITS FROM abroad to Jew-
ish "Refusniks" may well be the
only spark that keeps the lights
burning. They have lost their live-
lihood and freedom, but not their
dignity.
Their determination to live in
freedom as Jews and their con-
tinued push toward this end is
remarkable. Their courage should
be a lesson to us all.
Surely, the money spent in the
Soviet Union is meaningless com-
pared to the feeling of oneness
brought to Soviet Jews waiting
for the serpent to release them.
HELEN WEISBERG
North Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
In response to your Editor's
Note added to my letter in the
Mar. 22 edition of The Jewish
Floridian. it certainly was not my
intention to go into personalities.
only to discuss the issues.
However, in answer to your
question, there are certain words
and expressions which, when used
by people, have one meaning
while in the Torah. their mean-
ing is som jthing else.
THE SAME goes fur the name.
Rabbi.
The way people use it. and the
word as defined in the T
meaning "ny teacher," arc ap-
parently different.
The Torah definition results
from the way our sages described
pur first teacher, Moshe Rabbenu,
land his relationship to his stu-
dent. Joshua. (Pirke Ahoth 1:1).
Moshe kibe] Torah m'Sinai
lorah I'Yehoshua."
TRANSLATED, this means.
"Moses received the Torah from
God at Mt. Sinai and passed it
on to Joshua."
Thi- rai* the question as tc
why it does not say that Moses
learned from God and taught it
to Joshua.
The answer is that the sages
Wanted to emphasize that just a>
Moses received too oral and writ-
ten law from God. in that exact
manner, without any addition or
alteration, did he turn it over to
Joshua, his student.
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Friday, JUne 7 j^
>. What Exit of Fulbright Means to Israel
Continued frm Page 1-A
get o'jt of thtt entanglement in
Vittntm."'
Pumpers took that stand in a
debate with Fulbright on ABC's
"Issues and Answers" on May 26.
the only face-to-face meeting be-
tween the two.
BUMPER? said he felt it would
be "much better'" to send arms
to Israel than it would be "to
Bend them men." Asked by cor-
respondent Frank Reynolds if
there was any issue of sending
American troops to Israel. Bum-
pers said no."
vover. he added that Israeli
withdrawal from all occupied
with a United Nations
guarantee, '"which would really
br a United States guarantee of
sorts." would have left Israel de-
fenseless and would have "re-
ed" the U.S. to go to Israel's
rise with men and arms
"sometime" in the future.
FII.BRIGHTS defeat almost
certainly means a new chairman
fer the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee in the new Congress
ening in January. Cm the
likely a-'iimption that the Dom-
1 will continue to control
fhe Senate, either Sen. John
Sparkman of Alabama or Sen.
Frank Church, of Idaho, will re-
place Fulbright as chairman, al-
though Senate Majority Leadw
Mike Mansfield is next in line to
Sparkman as Foreign Relations
Committee chairman if he wants
that position.
Mansfield, however, may be
reluctant to give up his present
position.
Sparkman. now chairman of
the Senate Banking and Currency
Committee, was believed on May
29 ready to quit that post to head
the Foreign Relations Committee ,|
a position which is his for the!
asking on the basis of seniority |
Sparkman has been consistently |
sympathetic to Israel since its re-
birth in 1948.
As a member of the U.S. deb '
gation to the United Nations, h, j
evinced sympathy for the young}
Jewish State and two years later ,
he was one of 36 Senators to co
sponsor aid to Israel.
CHURCH, a recent visitor t
Israel, has been emphatically pro !
Israel as Senator.
Both Sparkman and Church I
voted for the Administration";
emergency S22 billion aid pro j
gram for Israel after the Yoir
Kippur War, and both sDonsored '
the Jackson Amendment which
links trade concessions to Russia
with amelioration of its emigra-
tion policies for Soviet Jews.
In a notable turnabout two
weeks ago. Fulbright became one
of the 43 Senatorial sponsors of
a testimonial for Sen Henry If,
Jackson here on May 14.
Since the function was snon
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leader-hip. Fcr over 90 minutes, minister after minister spoke
.use of her steadfastness, her political acumen and her
qualities of leadership.
Cabinet Secretary Gershon Avner said the ministers' words
cf praise would be officially published. Mrs. Meir reviewed the
government's work ever the past five years dwelling espei
' i tics of this last year.
THE CABINET, in its last act in office, decided to set up
n advisory body en social problems which would function
alongside a ministerial committee on social problems to be
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bright was asked by the j'^Z
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Block U.S. from Hitting Terror
WASHINGTON (JTA)
State Department officials, alarm-
ed at the possibility after the
Maalot massacre that Congress
would insist the U.S. government
take the issue of Arab terrorism
to the L'N Security Council, suc-
ceeded in blocking this demand
on President Nixon and Secretary
of State Henry A. Kissinger.
The demands of Congress were
embodied in bipartisan resolu-
tions introduced in the Senate
May 15, the day of the Maalot
massacre, and in the House a day
later.
BOTH condemned the outrage
and urged U.S. government ac-
tion. The Jewish Telegraphic
Agency learned at both houses of
Congress that these Department
officials, pleading with Republi-
can loaders at the Capitol, brought
about deletion of the demand
from th<> rftMfutlon before it was
unanimously adopted by the Sen-
ate and permanetly stalled formal
passage of the entire resolution
in the House.
These officials declared to the
Republican leaderstheir normal
first line of contact under the
Republican Administrationthat
presenting the condemnation of
the Arab terrori.-ts in the Se-
curity Council would lead to
acrimonious international debate
at a critical point in Kissinger's
efforts to arrange disengagement
of Syrian and Israeli forces.
Israel Says Syria,
Lebanon Involved
In Terrorist Raids
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Israel charged here that the lat-
est incursions by terrorists had
provided fresh evidence that the
governments of Lebanon and
Syria "continue to permit, terror
and murder actions to be planned
and carried out from their ter-
ritory against Israeli citizens and
localities."
The charge was made by Am-
bassador Jacob Doron, acting
permanent representative of Is-
rael at the UN, in a letter to
Charles Maina, this month's presi-
dent of the Security Council.
DORON CITED the tracking
down of a group of eight terror-
ists, in which an Israeli patrol
captured two and killed the other
six.
Doron said that the terrorists.
who "Belonged to the Popular
Democratic Front for the Libera-
tion of Palestine, crossed the
ceasefire line from Syria and two
points north and south of a vil-
lage on the Golan Heights.
The Israel envoy reported that
the heavily-armed terrorists had
a list of names of 30 Arab terror-
ists in Israeli prisons and that
initial questioning of the two cap-
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lured terrorists. Abdallah Medhi,
a Syrian from Aleppo, and Maha
mada Hillalo, a Palestinian from
Jordan, showed that the murder
squad had been sent to seize two
houses at Kibbutz Haon and Kib-
butz Ein Gev on the Lake Kin-
neret eastern shore, to take a
maximum number of hostages
"and then demand the release of
the 30 terrorists and the return
of the bodies of the three mur-
derers of Maalot."
DORON SAID that the two ter-
rorists had said that if the Israeli
authorities had refused to yield
to their demands, the terrorists
wen under orders to kill all th.
hostages and to blow themselves
up, as was also laid down in thi
plan for the outrage at Maalot."
He quoted the two terrorists a
telling their captors that the)
crossed the Lebanese Syrian bol-
der without Interference fror.
Syrian border guards and were
given three code words for nego
tiations with Israeli army officer
through the ambassadors o:
Japan, Austria and Rumania.
THE ENVOY also declare*'
that, "in addition to the bases anH
headquarters which the murde
organization of Ahmed Jabril
(Popular Front Tor the Liberation
of Palestine-General Command)
responsible for the outrage at
Kiryat Shemonaand the murde;
organization of Nayef Hawatmer
(Popular Democratic Front fc
the Liberation of Palestine)
responsible for the Maalot out
ragehave in Lebanon, they like-
wise have bases and headquarter-
in Syria "
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ALTHOUGH both Republicans
and Democrats unanimously / re
appalled by the massacre, they
heeded the appeal to avoid pos
sibility of being charged with ob
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JTA was told.
Virtually identically worded bi
partisan resolutions drafted fo
the Senate May 15 and for t'i
House on the following day called
for U.S. action in the council
The resolution also asked Nixon
and Kissinger to urge nations
harboring terrorists to rid their
countries of them and to call
upon all governments/ to con-
demn the massacre.
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H. Humphrey (D., Minn.) pre-
sented the "sense of the Senate
resolution" on the floor with 47
Senators sponsoring it, the de-
mand on the Council was deleted.
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The same pressure tactics were
adopted in the House but Rep
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The Department's liaison offi
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friendly to them to fight the rest
lution on the floor.
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Democratic leader Thomas P. 0
Neiil, of Massachusetts, and R'
publican leader John Rhodes o
Arizona introduced the resolution
with 325 sponsors virtual!
three-fourths of the membershi
of both parties.
With the resolution thus on th
Congressional record, no form;1
vote was taken.
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in fortifying the economic foundations of the State of Israel.
Also shown are temple president Sol Schreiber, (left) Mrs.
Winokur and Milton M. Parson, executive director of the
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*Jenist ncriJknr
Friday, June 7, 1974
U.S. Eyes Commitment to Restrain Terror
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Secretary of State Henry A. Kis-
singer has returned to Washing-
ton and reported details of the
Syrian-Israeli disengagement ac-
cord to President Nixon and Con-
gressional leaders of both parties
at the White House.
Of special interest to Congress
in their meeting with the Secre-
tary. Congressional sources said,
is the reported commitment he
made to Israel that the United
States government will not diplo-
matically oppose Israeli response
to attacks by "irregular forces"
coming from Syria.
THIS COMMITMENT was seen
as requiring explicit definitions.
Meanwhile an authoritiative
White House source said no com-
ment will be forthcoming from
the Administration beyond the
Presidents statement regarding
the accord signed in Geneva.
Neither would the White House
comment on the report that the
accord means the way is now
clear for the President to visit
Egypt. Israel and perhaps other
Arab countries during the second
week in June.
At the capital, key Congression-
al members welcomed the agree-
ment and praised Kissinger's 32-
day successful effort towards
helping attain it. but cautioned
against excess optimism on re-
suits.
A SENIOR member of the Sen-
ate Foreign Relations Committee,
who asked that his name not be
used until he heard the details
from Kissinger himself, said that
the preliminary feeling at the
Capitol was that the agreement
represented "another plus on the
chart but not something to get
too exuberant about right now.
"At least some kind of a settle-
ment has gotten through.-' he
added. "Maybe it is not the best
but it is something to work with."
Equally cautious was the re-
action in non-official quarters
close to political circles here.
"Anything that will help bring
peace to the area is to the good
Signing Cold and Impersonal
By EDWIN EYTAN
GENEVA (JTA) Israeli
and Syrian military representa-
tives have signed here the agree-
ment to disengage their forces
and to create a new ceasefire
agreement in the Golan Heights
area.
The accord was signed by the
heads of the two delegations. Is-
raeli Major Gen. Herzl Shafir and
Syrian Major G< n. Adnan U'ahdi
Tayara.
ALSO SIGNING was Gen. En-
sio Siilasvuo, head of the United
Nal .1)!.- Truce Supervisory Organ-
ization.
Ambassador Ellsworth Bunker,
of the United States, ami Soviet
Ambassador Vladimir Vinogradov
served as witnesses for the sign-
ing. The ceremony was delayed
briefly when the Syrian delega-
tion refused to participate until
several hundred newsmen left the
press gallery.
The new ceasefire became ef-
fective with the signing. Until
then, artillery exchanges con-
tinued, with one Israeli soldier
wounded.
A FEW minute-; before the
'ire became effective. Israeli
planes bombed terrorist installa-
tions ;n southern Lebanon
Syria. Gen. Siilasvuo opened the
brief ceremony, declaring that
while the disengagement treat}
was "not a peace treaty," it was
Charge Syria Agreement
Broke Gov't. Promises
Continued from Page 1A
even though their exit i< "not in
the technical framewoik of the
disengagement."
DAYAN JUSTIFIED Israels
pullback from most of the Golan
Heights town of Kuncitra "on
condition that it leads to inno-
cent civilian settlement" by the
Syrians.
He noted that Israel had never
intended to settle in Kuneitra,
"and when we speak of plans for
an Israeli city on the Golan we
think of it much further to the
west."
Dayan pointed out. as Premier
Meir did. that any terrorist in-
cursions from Syria would have
to be interpreted as a deliberate
violation of the agreement by
Damascus.
In the course 0" iier address,
Premier Meir expressed satisfac-
tion with the scrupulous observ-
ance of the Suez disengagement
pact concluded last January, and
noted Egypt's declared intention
to develop civilian and economic
life in the canal arPi.
"WE WOILD .ike 'ne same
process to develop on the north-
ern border as well," she said.
She observed that the pact
with Egypt is likely to strength-
en the pact with Syria and that
its successful implementation
would hold out prospects for fur-
their dialogue toward a final
peace.
Mrs. Meir conceded that Is-
rael's consideration of the accord
with Syria had included the U.S.
interest in reaching an agree-
ment.
"I will not deny that in our de-
cision we also took account of
the ad\ice and the policv of the
U.S.." she said.
She recalled the manifestation
of "U.S. deterrent power" in the
October war an America's subse-
quent "fruitful political activity
. which goes hand in hand
with the needs of the peoples in
the region."
RECALLING HER statement
last Jan. 22 after conclusion of
the agreement with Egypt when
she expressed confidence in a
"continuing positive approach" to
Israel's "security requirements"
by the U.S., Premier Meir said.
"Not only have my words not
been disproved, but the consis-
teri aid of the U.S. to Israel has
been assured for the future by
the President of the United
States."
Mrs. Meir opened her Knesset
speech with praise of Iresident
Nixon and Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger "for their
tireless efforts "
She concluded by extending
her blessings to the new govern-
ment of Premier-designate Yitz-
hak Rabin and said she was hap-
py that she could hand over the
reins of government after lead-
ing Israel to the present accord
which, she hoped, would bring 1
peace and tranquility to the
northern border.
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"a milestone in obtaining a just
and lasting peace in the Middle
East."
He warned that "many set-
backs and difficulties" could still
take place and called on all sides
to show a spirit of compromise
and understanding "
HE CALLED the accord "a
toric agreement" which brought
the parties "to the threshold of
a new era of trust, justice and
peace in the Middle East."
The signing took place in an
atmosphei" descr:bed by ob ien
era as "heavy." There were n.>
smiles and no social contact be
tween the Americans and the Is-
raelis. Only Vin gradov made a
jocial aesture. shaking hands with
al! the Arab delegates present.
There appeared to be general
agreement that steps to follow to-
ward the actual peace conference
here would be more complex,
arduous and frustrating.
The ceremony took place in the
brown-panelled Council Chambei
of the Palais des Nations in which
the first meeting of the Geneva
peace conference was held last
December.
FIVE TABLES were an-anecl
in hectagonal form. Gen. Siilasvuo
sat at the head, flanked by two
deputy secretary generals of the
UN Secretariat.
On his right sat the three-man
Syrian delegation, which ha.!
been joined by Egyptian Gen.
Tamar el Maghdo-.ib. who had been
a negotiator in the Israeli -Egypt-
ian disarmament talks last Janu-
ary.
Arab sources here said th?
Egyptian officer was present be-
cause the Syrian Army is part of
a joint command with Egypt and
because the session took place
within the framework of the only
existing military working group,
the Egyptian-Israeli one.
ON GEN. Siilasvuo's left sat the
three IsraelisMajor Gen. Herzl
Shafir. Col. Dov Sion and Meir
Rosenne, the Foreign Ministry's
legal advisor.
Next to them sat the American
and Soviet delegations. No hand-
shakes or any other form of
greeting took place between the
uniformed Israeli and Syrian dele-
gates.
W tatmno%
but this is a truce, not a settle-
ment," one observer said.
"I MUST think, how long can
a peace keeping force be kept
there? Some hot-headed Palestin-
ians can upset the apple cart.
Then what happens?"
Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee sources emphasized to the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that
they will scrutinize Kissinger's
reported pledge to Premier Golda
Meir on "irregulars."
According to unofficial reports
here. Kissinger promised her the
U.S. government will say in a
letter to Israel that attacks by
"irregular forces" will constitute
an infringement of the Syrian-
Israeli agreement, that the United
States will understand an Israeli
response to such attacks and will
not oppose it diplomatically in
the United Nations or elsewhere
THIS REPORTED U.S. com
mitment was considered by some
Senate sources as an Executive
agreement within the President's
powers and thus not subject to
Senate confirmation.
However, it was noted that
under the ('* Act of Aug. 22.
1972, authored by Sen. Clifford P
Case (R., N.J.), details of any
agreement or commitment in,
volving the United States, oral or
written, must be transmitted to
the Foreign Affairs and Foreign
Relations Committees of Congresj
within 60 days after they enter
into force.
"The whole package every-
thingdealing with both sides of
this agreement must go to the an.
propriate committees," a source
said.
This, he said, includes full dis-
closure of the Kissinger "ideas''
to Syria and Israel.
THE SENATE Foreign Reh-
tions Committee, JTA learned
now has the "package" on the
Israeli Egyptian disengagement
signed in January. But its con-
tents are secret and have been
read only by the committee's
members.
It is understood that in this 3C.
cord the Egyptians agreed to
restrain terrorist activities from
Egypt against Israel.
Such a clause was desired by
Israel in its accord with Syria
but the Damascus govern:r.,
fused to accept it and the report-
ed pledge by Kissing: I M-,
Meir presumably follow* i :i
induce Israel's acceptance
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*Jenisii RkridHrir
Page 9-A
Bigot Gerald Smith Still Alive and Kicking
Continued frem Page 1 A
tor or associate of most of the
important anti-Jewish propagan-
dists of the past forty years and
since 1941 has led the so-called
Christian Nationalist Crusade,
now headquartered in Los An-
geles, a movement that has long
defiled the message of brother-
hood Dreached by Jesus.
In 1942, Smith began publish-
ing "The Cross and the Flag,"
now America's oldest and most
virulent publication.
THROUGH IT he has pumped
into the body politic all the an-
THIS ARTICLE is excerpted
from a chapter of "The New
Anti-Semitism" (McGraw-Hill),
a new book by Arnold Forster,
associate director and general
counsel of the Anti-Defamation
Leagu>? of B'nai B'rith, and
Benjamin R. Epstein, national
director.
cient poisons employed by anti
St mites throughout the world,
including the notorious 'Proto-
cols of the Elders of Zion" (a
forgery conceived by czarist se-
cret police officials at the turn
of the centu;y which set forth a
purpo ted Jewi h plot by a non-
existent group for world domina-
tion; the -Protocols" were spread
by like-minded bigots every-
where and were employed as a
major propaganda weapon by
Joseph Goebbols during the Hit-
ler nightmare in Germany).
And although Jew-baiting is
its chief topic. Smith's magazine
constantly reveals a noxiouj,
racist hatred of black people.
IT WAS with shock and disbe-
lief that the Jewish community
in 1969 read stories announcing
a Federal grant of $182,000 for
the construction of part of a road
leading directly to the tourist
p.ojects including an anti-Se-
mitic Passion Play sponsored
by Smith in Eureka Springs
through the Elna M. Smith Foun-
dation, a tax-exempt body he set
up and named for his wife.
It was clear that most citizens
of Eureka Springs were not suf-
ficiency concerned about anti-
Semitism or Smith's long, no-
torious reco"d as an anti-Jewish
and racist propagandist to op-
pose his plans.
MANY IN the business com-
munity, equally insensitive and
indifferent to Jewish concerns,
saw Smith's "sacred project" as
a ma--net for the tourists and
business for which Eureka
Springs had waited half a cen-
tuiy.
Newspapers (with the excep-
tion of the Arkansas Gazette,
whose forthright coverage was a
lonely example of journalism at
its best) identified Smith, when
they bothered at all, as merely
"controversial "
By the summer of 1969, after
only its first season, the "Great
Passion Play" emerged as the
most importantand lucrative
of Smith's "sacred projects" in
Eureka Springs.
SMITH'S AIDE, Charles Ro-
bertson, editor of "The Cross and
the Flag," was elected to the
Board of the Chamber of Com-
merce, which advertised the play
and directed Girl Scout groups
and Sunday scnool classes to the
box office.
Robertson was also named to
the Town Planning Commission;
Smith appeared before the Lions
and Rotary Ciubs; Mrs. Smith
spoke to the Women's Club; Rob-
ertson mobilized support for a
testimonial to Smith for his con-
tributions to the town.
A PROPOSAL to rebuild a
county road leading to the
"Christ of the OzarKs" statue and
the Passion Play called for S227.-
UO0 in public funds Carroll
County S45.000, the Ozarks Re-
gional Commission of the Depart-
ment of Commerce $68,000, and
the Department of Transporta-
tion^ Bureau of Public Road?
$114,000 under the usual 50-30
"matching funds" formula.
(This is a total of $182,000 in
federal funds, 80 percent of the
whole.)
Approval was announced No-
vember 10. 1969. The Anti-Defa-
mation League demanded pub-
licly that the Departments of
Commerce and Transportation
rescind the award as "an outra-
geous expenditure of the taxpay-
ers' money."
ADL asserted that the U. S.
government "should not be a
partner to a man whose business
has been spreading racial and re-
ligious bigotry for more than 30
years."
A MONTH later, ADL sent a
telegram to President Nixon urg-
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Volpe and Stans to stop the fed-
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* *W Friday. June 7, 1974
Jjen Cyauob


Jews of Dallas are Rich. Smart and Active in All the Right Causes
TMIE 18,0*0 Jews of Dallas are, on the average, slight
ly older than their non-Jewish neighbors, have
Slightly smaller families, are mostly native-born and
well-to-do economically, according to data from a new
population study sponsored by the Dallas Jewish Wei
tare Federation.
The estimate of 18.000 Jews is a little more than
double the estimated total of 8.500 in 1945, when the
last prior study was made, according to Walter J. Levy,
JWF executive director, who served as study coor-
dinator.
DATA FOR th- study, authorized by the JWF board
in 1971, was based on interviews conducted between
September, 1971. and February, 1972 for a sample of
464 households, with a total of 1,334 respondents.
Interviewing was done by 130 volunteers directed by
Dr. Betty Maynard. chairman of the Southern Methodist
University sociology department.
The 18.000 Jews constitute 1.4 per cent of the total
Dallas population. The average size of the Jewish
household is 29 persons, compared with 3.1 for the
total population.
The median age of Dallas Jews is 33.5. which is
6.2 years older than that of the general population.
Persons 65 yean and older make up 13 per cent of the
Jewish population.
The Jewish women are slightly older than the men
on the average and they outnumber the males52 per
cent to 48 per cent.
COMPARED WITH the general Dallas population,
there is a smaller percentage of Jews over 70 and there
are more older women than men and fewer men be-
joscplt f-^olahofj
Let's Hear it for Yelwdi Menuliin
AT THE National Press Club's luncheon for
Yehudi Menuhin, the violinist spoke and
responded to questions mainly pertinent to the
arts until David Garrison Berger. the club's his-
torian with a long personal association with Is
raeli leaders, put this to him: "The State of
; i :iel What is your opinion after 26 years?"
Menuhin's spontaneous response was substantial-
lj as I 11( h -
"l feel naturally, as a Jew, extremely partisan.
It has been the hope for hundreds and hundreds
of years for Jews to return to Israelin those
days to dieto return to the religious and cul-
tural homeland which has now become, of course,
a national homeland with all the attendant dif-
ficulties which befall nations that have to sur-
vive.
"BIT I still have high hopes that the breadth
of vision that the Jew has shown over thousands
of years... will find its realization and (there
will be) an eventual fraternization of all peoples
within that area.
"It is only by serving that vision that this can
happen. It must happen by the desire of both
-ides and I would be willing to wager that both
sides among the peoples wish it and want it and
thirst for it----Man requires a new mutation in
his mental approach to the world.
He has been too long one-track-minded in
terms of separatist ideas. Either he thinks of
fragments and separate things or of totalitarian,
authoritarian states. Today he must be double,
two-track-minded and think of the individual and
the community and not think in terms of nation-
al units which are impervious to influence.
"I THINK Israel will... fulfill its greatest
mission as the country, the people which will
bring peace and friendship to all the elements in
the Middle East. That will come when the peo-
ples of this region themselves decide that they
lon't want to be the pawns of any great power
.. to refuse arms sent them by the great powers,
to concentrate on the human problems and prom-
ises of their environment which are incredible.
"There is space for everybody, there is wealth
for everybody, there's land for everybody, there's
intelligence for everybody. It is too tragic that
the positive possibilities are not seen and only
the old fears and power struggles are being fed."
These remarks brought the loudest applause
of the afternoon from the approximately 250 at-
tending. Menuhin, born to Russian emigrants in
1916 in New York, gave a concert in San Fran-
cisco when he was seven. He began playing the
violin when he was three.
tween the ages of 20 and 49.
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a year and over. The most frequently reported family
income is in the $25,000 to $49,999 category, account-
ing for nearly one-quarter of the families.
ON THE other end of the economic scale, about
20 per cent have annual incomes of less than $10,000.
About six per cent have annual incomes of less than
$5,000 and they are mainly widowed women heads of
households, the survey found.
Dallas Jews are joiners. Three-fourths of all adults
said they belonged to some type of club or organiza-
tion, excluding congregations, while 75 per cent said
they were affiliated with a congregation. Of these, 60
per cent belong to the two Reform synagogues in Dal-
las, while 30 per cent are Conservative and seven per
cent Orthodox.
Observance of the Passover Seder is practiced in
92 per cent of the households; 63 per cent of Jewish
homes have mezuzahs on their doors and 59 per cent
of the families light Sabbath candles.
MORE THAN 60 per cent of Dallas Jews said they
preferred to use a Jewish social service agency rather
than a non-sectarian one. The respondents were asked
what services should be provided by the Jewish com-
munity and the most frequent replies were for wel-
come groups and recreation programs for Jewish youth.
- s *
AJComniillee Has
A Changed Face
^ciftucitr ^A). JL^iebm
an
y Judaism More Than Ethical Body
OME MEMBERS of the Reform and Conservative
groups have postulated that Judaism is basically an
ethical movement. Some of them have inferred that
the myriad "mitzvot" are yokes and can be dropped
without affecting the core of the Jewish faith. If this
were so. one might ask. "Why remain Jews since there
are Ethical Culture and Unitarian groups?"
"THE NEW anti-Semitism," by Arnold Foster and
Benjamin R. Epstein (McGraw-Hill Book Co., $7.95)
should be compulsory reading for the ultra-Reform. In
the chapter. "The Clergy," the authors cite the Unitar-
ian-Universalist scholar, Fred G. Bratton, as an anti-
Semite.
He wrote that 'ethnic and cultural anti-Semitism
was originally provoked and continuously nourished by
the orthodox Jewish dogmas for uniqueness" thereby
making Jews responsible for their own victimization.
BRATTOVS IDEAL Jew is "the liberal Jew no
lons( r obsessed with the idea of uniqueness" and who
emphasizes broad principles of living rather than par-
ticularistic belief.."
Foster ami Gp tein have been the guiding spirits of
the AM r decades. While much of the book is a
rehash of printed matter known to those who follow
the news and the development of anti-Jewish and anti-
Israel movements, the book should serve as an eye-
er for the great majority who are not aware of the
anti-Semitism rampant among Black., Arabs. Quakers,
and othi
The authors conclude that there is "a new world
anti-Semitism" bird ,.n Inaendtivity and indifference
to Jewish concerns.
IT STEMS f, ,m the radical left, the radical right.
Black extremists, the Soviet Union, the Arab nations.
and the hate mongers in the U.S.A. who came into be-
ing in the 1920s. The absence of an index for the book
is deplorable.
Many Jewish people today seem uninformed or con-
fused about Judaism. They will derive much inspira-
tion and information by reading "To be a Jew." by
Rabbi Hayim Halevy Donn (Basic Books. $10).
He points out that the cornerstones of Judaism
are: the people wherever they may be. with all their
uniqueness: the land-Israel: and the Torah.
THE AUTHOR does not refer to an emasculated
Torah but one which has survived while otfshoots. some
non-orthodox Jewish sects, various forms of cultural
Judaism and other versions have passed.
The book provides easy and pleasant reading for
ail who want to learn what it means to be a J>-'
PIOM 1906 till 1974 is a substantial span of time.
And from a small group of Influential individuals
to a mass organization with a membership of tens of
thousands is also substantial.
The American Jewish Committeewhich has just
concluded its annual meeting in New York, has cov-
ered both distances.
WHEN THE AJCommittee was formed 68 years ago,
after the notorious Kishinev pogrom in Russia, it was
a closed society of a few dozen leading Jews mostly of
German origin.
They viewed themselves tne protectors of Jewish
rights and interests. Jewish personalities like Jacob
Schiff. Louis Marshall. Felix Warburg. Julius Rosen-
wald. considered it their duty to organize effective in-
tervention on behalf of Jews wherever and whenever
needed.
They had influence in Washington, anl their actions
were watched closely also by governments in countries
abroad where anti-Semitism prevailed and anti-Jewish
discrimination was a government policy.
AS YEARS went by. the character and structure of
the American Jewish Committee have undergone basis
changes. From a small group of notables, the organiza-
tion developed into a democratic mass-organization with
83 chapters and units throughout the United States.
No longer are 'ts annurl meetings held behind
closed doors No longer are they attended only by a
few charting its program: hundreds'of delegates from
all over the country can now be seen at the meeting.
No longer is "quiet diplomacy" the cornerstone of the
AJCommittee policy
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Haifa: Israel's Most Friendly City
Haifa
^ WELL-KNOWN Jewish magazine not long ago car-
ried an article by a Journalist who went into rhap-
sodies telling why he loved Tel Aviv. There is no ac-
counting for ta '
1 love TJ Aviv too. but only when seen from sev-
eral thousand feet up. as my pune brings me back to
Israel from abroad. After we land I can't wait to get
to the most beautiful city in IsraelHaifa.
MANY TOURISTS pass through the town, but few
really get to see it properly. Superficially it has been
compared to Naples, or San Francisco, Cape Town or
Rio de Janeiro.
Like these cities, it has a topographical combina-
tion of sea and mountain, but it has its own unique
qualities that make it more authentically Israel than
......"''-' '"--' I1-, i !!..... .....
any metropolis in the country.
It does not try to be a local version of Paris or
Vienna, it i; not a Jewish version ol Ba
HAIFA HAS j population of Close to quarter of a
million, but it has the deceptive air of a |irfe ullage.
There ar i parks and gardens and flower b.'d- ami trees
and Uosaomin everywha
The victor can never under.land why Haifa is SO
Breen, com ared !<> the stone and concrete coldness of
oth"r cities, until he learns that municipal by-laws re-
quire the planting of trees around every construction
before a certificate of occupancy ii issued.
1 Ittle wonder that the city looks like a huge park.
It i> a city of friendly people. If you prefer hustle
and bustle, rudeness in the streets, jostling in queues,
go to the megalopolis. You won't find them in Haifa.
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r. June 7, 1974
*Jewist fhridicir
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International Science Seminar
Is Not Provocative
fEW YORK JTA) A So-
claim that an international
ntific seminar is a "provoca-
aclion of certain circles" was
fected today by a spokesman
\ho International Secretaries of
International Seminar which
snsoring the event,
rof. Edward Stern, of the
parsity of Michigan, affirmed
the seminar is 'a purely sci-
fic ga'hering. being conducted
ccordance with usual interna-
[al scientific standards, and is
way a 'provocative action',"
that this characterization
^eents "a distortion of the
scter and purposes of the
Inar."
IE INPRECF.I>ENTED sem-
t sponsored by an advisory
rd of eminent scientists, in-
|ing eight Nobel Laureates
the Tel Aviv University, was
tduled for July 1 to 5 in tho
cw h"me of the prominent
Hsh scientist Alexander Vo-
le State Committee for Sci-
and Technology, the scien-
arm of the Soviet Council of
listers, has disowned the semi-
nar and Soviet authorities have
indicated that the seminar will be
opposed.
Dr. Stern, in pointing to the
world famous scientists who con-
stitute the International Board
of Sponsors and Advisors, stated
that this is "evidence of the in
ternational scientific community's
support for the right of all sci-
entists not only to freely pursue
their inquiries, but also to freely
communicate in the open forum
of scientific exchange."
DR. STERN added: "Our So-
viet Jewish colleagues who are
ostracized by official Soviet sci-
ence and denied access to normal
scientific channels because they
seek to emigrate to Israel, need
the opportunity to exchange sci-
entific information with their col-
leagues outside the Soviet Union."
Dr. Stern reported that more
than 100 scientific panor*. includ-
ing 755 from the West, have hnen
submitted for presentation at the
seminar.
"The authors are all highly
qualified scientists: many who
will be attending the seminar
Palestinians Claim
Blaze In Haifa
TEL AVIV (JTA) Fire brigades aided by army heli-
fcipters battled I fire here in a large ammunition factor) in
fokneam southeast of Haifa.
Intermittent explosions rocked the p'.ant but a police spokes-
(an said there were no casualties and thai an Initial invest
on showed no signs of arson or sabotage.
AN ISRAELI police spokesman said the fire was not the
Kt that has broken out in the munitions plant owned by the
lltan Co. ar. affiliate of Histadrut's Koor Industries.
(The Palestine News Agency in Damascus said ".hat sabo-
jrs had destroyed an Israeli arms factory and the count]
fgest plastic plant in two successful commando operations. The
tort claimed that an unknown number of Israelis were ki li
wounded and that the commandos returned safely to :
Ise. The news agency said the plastics plant was located
Irmail. southeast of Haifa.)


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have visited the USSR previously
in connection with their scientific
activities." he said.
PROF. SILVAN Schweber. pro-!
fessor of physics at Brandeis Uni-
versity whose scientific works
have been published in the So-
viet Union, speaking for the In-
ternational Board of Sponsors
and Advisors, stated that an im-
portant aim of the seminar is to
prove that international multi-
diseiplinary scientific cooperation
can shed important licht on the
complex scientific problems facing
mankind.
A second aim. he stated, is to i
help "protect the right of all sci I
entists to pursue science; their I
right to fully and freely parti-
cipate in appropriate scientific
meetings, to fully and freely dis-
cuss the results of their research
.. and their richt to travel free-
ly within and outside their coun-
try for scholarly purposes."
DR. STERN emphasized that
the seminar is "an unofficial
catnerinc. and. therefore, does
not need to b.- arranged through
official Soviet scientific commit
tees"
The other international secre-
taries are Prof. Ncrman A. Chi-
gier. University of Sheffield.
England: and Prof Raymond Or-
bach. Til Aviv University.
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rael. official and unofficial, gov-
ernmental and military, flaccid
and fearful.
FORGOTTEN IS the daring
that brought Israeli forces to the
doorstep of Cairo and Damascus
when, days before, they were all
but overrun.
That is why others, in their
crude view of them, are now say-
ing they are no longer invincible.
The truth more nearly is that, at
least for the moment. Israelis are
making no secret of their depres-
sion.
They are frank about their
feeling that, at least for the mo-
ment, they do not have the heart
for such vast expenditures of na-
tional energy and sacrifice.
THE DISCIPLINE that react-
ed so smartly against chug-a-lug-
ging soldiers in 1967 has gone
soft.
What bears repeating is that
this weariness of body and spirit
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is total. If :he;e were no generals
to put an end to the Golan
| botOS) there has been
no civil.an government to show
more suppleness of muscle ei-
ther.
GOLDA MEIR'S toasting of Dr.
Kissinger and his achievement as
a fait accompli on the eve of his
13th and last visit to President
Assad in Damascus was about as
obsequious and undiplomatic a
public statement from the mouth
of a prime minister as one could
imagine in the worst of all night-
mares.
"I think." she said, "he has
given us a lesson that it's not
enough to be right and be con-
vinced that we are right, but to
reach a point where we can live
with the people in our area...
At least to understand them."
WHAT THIS says is that it
took Dr. Kissinger to teach Israel
the "error" of her ways that
the justice and conviction of Is-
raeli principles have been beside
(he point and possibly even open
to question because neither the
justice nor the conviction of
these principles helped Israel to
understand the Arabs and to
peacefully with them.
What this says is that Israel
needed to be taught a lesson in
understanding and peacea les-
son which, once learned, will
now b-ing the peace that has
eluded the Middle East for so
long.
MRS. MEIR'S toast was more
than undiplomatic. At best, it was
wildly speculative; at worst, it
was untrue, not only because it
reduced Israel to a nation guilty
of ill-advised hostility and ag-
n, a picture we do not
1 from her since the Arabs
are *o good at painting it them-
selves, but because it suggests
that now that the lesson has in
fact been learned, there is rea-
son to hope that there will be
war no more.
For a parallel in similar diplo-
mat ir blunders. I am reminded of
Mrs. Meir's visit to Pope Paul VI
in the Vatican several year- ago,
when she expressed her wonder-
ment and awe that she. a car-
penter's daughter, should be in-
vited to visit with the splendor
of His Holiness.
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77th ZOA Nat'l Convention
NEW YORK Sen. Jacob K.
Javits. senior U.S. senator from
New York and an influential
mr-rrber of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee, and Her
man !.. Weisman. oresident of the
Zionist Organization of America.
will address th? opening session
of the 77th ZOA national conven-
tion at 8 p.m.. Thursday. June 27.
in the Grand Ballroom of the
New York Hilton Hotel.
Delegates from throughout the
1'nited States will attend the four-
day gathering June 27 through
uO.
Till: FACT is that the papacy
hai been the churlish and mili-
tant center of preachments in the
cause of Jewish genocide since
the Council of Nicea in 325 first
set the Roman Church afloat.
The two incidents are cut from
the same bolt of cloth The more
recent one shows not only Mrs.
Meir's, but all of Israel's need to
repent past sins, and the Kissin-
ger diplomacy affirms that need
as the way to peace and under-
standing as if the Arabs were not
at all responsible for at least
some of the hostility in the Mid-
dle East over the past 25 years.
The irony here lies in Syria's
response the cold, impersonal,
iron-handed way in which its rep-
resentatives signed the separa-
tion of forces agreement in Ge-
neva, i
THE FACT that there were no
parties for Dr. Kissinger televis-
ed from Damascus replete with
foolish merriment such as were I
staged in Jerusalem, no admis-
sions of wrong-doing, no prom-
ises of peace and understandinj
for the futu:e. no photos of Syr-
ian gunners at the front in cele
luation all this suggests not
so much a free Israeli society, as
some observers insist, but the un
diplomatic exaggeration oi tin.
Meir's toast as a reflection of j
national Israeli malaise at tl
time.
And why not -- when despite
the sacrifices, despite the bril-
liance of her campaigns, Israel's
victories were turned into defeats
by the big power politics >>! oil,
Tlii- ultimate issue here, of
course, is the Kissinger agree
ment. To be critical of it i. to
invite public disapproval, partic-
ularly .since SO manv American
J v. s during the past few days
have outdone Mrs. Meir in their
foolish declarations about its
valuc as an instrument of pi
The truth is that the 8
ment is nothing more than a "lit-
tle Paris" the absurd puppet
show of Kissinger and Le Due
Tho played all over again over
the skies of Jerusalem and Da-
mascus.
THE GUNS still boom in Viet-
nam in many ways, more
fiercely than be for'. And the
honor is that they will boom in
the Middle Last anew unless
that flaccid Israeli muscle never
hardens again, not even when the '
Palestinian bonanza and Jerusa-
lem give away open Phase Two
of the "peace" negotiations, this
time not under the aegis of the
U.S. but of the Soviet Union, and
the Israelis are just too tuckeie I
out to care.
I am betting that the Israelis
are not tuckered out, that their
national depression is temporarv.
But the danger is that the Arabs
will fail to read Israel's vital
signs properly if for no other
reason than that the cut-rate
"diplomacy'; of Dr. Kissinger,
and a tired Golda Meir represent-
ing a momentarily tired Israel,
hoped against hope that good-
ness and mercy are the profits of
exhaustion.
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Israel Bonds Scroll of Honor they received at a recent
"Night in Israel" held at Temple Beth Raphael, Miami
With the Untermans are Sam Cohen (left), president of the
congregation, and Mrs. Debbie Wernick, field coordinator
for State of Israel Bonds. The award was presented to Dr.
and Mrs. Unterman in recognition of their outstanding
leadership on behalf of the State of Israel through the
Israel Bonds program.
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brating Israel's 26th anniversary were (from left) festival
chairman Marvin E. Stonberg, Temple Beth Sholom spir-
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Kncpke, end Michael Goldstein, co-cnairman of the'event
held on behalf of tne Israel Bonds Shcmrei Yisrael cam-
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First POWs Back from Syria
with a supply of food and arms
indicating that the terrorists had
p.ann-. J 10 remain in Israeli ter-
ritory for several days. There wa3
no indication what their mission
might have been.
inurd from Page IV
^irport, among them out-
efense Minister Moshe
and his wife, outgoing
: Minister and Mrs. Abba
id top ranking army of
10 boarded the UN plane
is it landed,
returning soldiers left
le, each was presented
)wers and a pamphlet
Eing news of Israel and
|1d during their almost
iths in captivity and in-
[them of the process they
'undergoing.
H OF the returnees were
^^^Hvaik. Some hol>-
OD crutches to the barriers
when they spotted members of
their families and joyous, tear-
ful reunions took place on the
open landing strip.
Among the POWs was one
whose wife gave birth to a
daughter while he was imprison-
ed in Syria and another who had
left a two-week old son when war
broke out last October. The son
was named Dror Freedom.
Shalom Libbi, one of the re-
turning soldiers who had been
scheduled for discharge last Oc-
tober G, the day of the Syrian-
Egyptian attack, told reporters
that he and the other POWs had
been permitted to waik in the
prison yard for a half hour every
day. He said he had kept a diary
| Rabhis Charge Police Units
iimliaiuUed Them at UN
lued from Page 1-A
land Benjamin Blech.
>Y 22, Rabbi Berman and
lech and a delegation of
{University students met
layor Judah Gribetz at
to protest the incident.
said he would inform
braham D. Beame and
kropriate action with UN
*s."
ter to Ambassador Scali
a detailed account of
flic rabbis say happened
thi\\ and the -Indents
nonstratcd peacefully in the
I lobb> to demand that the
arid -ganization "assert moral
flprahtp to prevent further ter-
in the Middle East" in the
^M the Maalot and Kiryat
emona tragedies.
"We Informed the deputy chief
surity that we would be will-
^avt1 as soon as we made
Bent to the press," the
Atter said.
MDICATED to him that
no intention of being ar
Th demonstrators were
ttjlts, mair. of !!ie:-.i > v-i,
womeih, and in the many years
of djnonstra' on- we have par
tipiced in we h:r,e a'
ed violence in any form," the
rabbft wrote.
They claimed in th htter that
, where a reporter br-cnn to inter-
view j> Rabbi Wiss. the entire
grouo .was sub.iocU-d to an in-
[prov^ted Without warning.
ny of us were brutally
ind dratraid out of th'
|*nc of the students \va-
the base of his spine so
^ly that he could not walk
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"One Yeshiva University stu-
dent, Michael Burr, had his hand
broken by the guards. A number
of the younger women, also from
Yeshiva University, were treated
at Beth Israel Hospital and now
have their arms in slings," the
letter to Scali said.
IT ALSO claimed that the
guards had removed their shields
before they attacked the group to
avoid identification.
"We came to the United Na-
tions seeking an end to violence
and we were met with violence.
Certainly the civil and human
rights of American citizens does
not end at the United Nations
gate," the rabbis wrote.
James Finore acting chief of
security at the UN, denied that
the guards had used excessive
violence or anti-Semitic exple-
tives as charged by the group.
of prison life but had to leave it
behind when he was released.
THE REMAINING 50-odd Is-
raeli POWs in Syria are expected
to be released and returned to
Israel Friday. Their comrades
who landed here reported that
they were well and bursting with
excitement at the prospect of
returning home.
Israel released 25 Syrians and
one Moroccan who fought with
the Syrians. They were flown to
Damascus bv the Red Cross.
Two Israeli pilots, who bailed
out and were taken prisoner in
Lebanon last month after their
plane was shot down over Syria,
are expected to be released by
the end of this week in exchange
for 13 Lebanese civilians cap-
tured by Israel in a commando
raid on terrorist strongholds in
southern Lebanon in April.
As the first Israeli POWs re-
turned, the northern front was
quiet for the first time in nearly
three months.
BIT FIGHTING had contin-
ued up to the moment the Is-
raeli Syrian disengagement ac-
cord was signed in Geneva at
noon local time Friday.
One Israeli soldier was killed
by Syrian artillery fire Friday
morning, only hours before the ;
ceasefire went into effect. When
news of the signing reached Is-
raeli troops at the front, they
burst into songs and dancing and
raised toasts in hopes that the
truce would last.
But violence persisted even
after the signing ceremonies in
Geneva. Two terrorists were
killed near Kibbutz Adamit in
Western Galilee. The two were
trying to infiltrate Israeli terri-
tory when they were spotted by
an Israeli patrol.
.*. brief skirmtsn ensued after
which two bodies were found
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Too Few Voices Of Concern
lobki Tabachnikoll
By Rabbi Barry Tabachnikoff
Temple Israel
In the weekij poi lion of the
Tor ah we read the classic story
oi Eldad and
lledad, who
wont proph-
e s y i n g
through the
camp of the
Israelites.
Although
the text tells
us "the spirit
rested upon
them" (Num-
bers 11:26)
others felt
that this was
an affront to the monolithic lead-
ership of Moses.
Moses, however, gives a clear
response. "Art thou jealous for
my sake? Would that all the
Lord's people were prophets,
that the Lord would put His spir-
it upon them.'"
Now, as in Moses' generation
there are too few voices of sin-
cere concern. There are not
enough committed people who
will speak out when leadership
is required. Instead of moral
rectitude and spiritual leadership
we find the same concern with
superficial appearances.
Too many of us abdicate our
individual responsibilities to our
spokesmen whether it be a
Rabbi or a government official
We fail to actively be part of the
process of seeking peace and
pursuing l goal of perfecting
our world.
it is unfortunate that we have
lost sight of the need to share
Inspiration rather than to permit
the market to be cornered by
"professionals." Vicarious Juda-
ism is as unsatisfying as vicarious
morality. It cannot be left to oth-
ers.
This week's portion reminds us
that Moses tried not only to be
a leader and spokesman but one
who inspired others. He was not
jealous for his reputation neither
did he seek an exclusive hold on
his people.
When Jethro proposed a sys-
tem of judges and advisors. Mo-
ses responded favorably. When
the 70 elders shared the spirit of
inspiration, Moses again was a
willing part of the event. Surely
he understood that it was a pos-
itive reflection on his leadership.
As Jewish voices of concern
and compassion are raised in our
community on many issues
justice, equality, Soviet Jewry.
Israel and even "Watergate-mo-
rality" this will be a reflec-
tion of the strength of Jewish
leadership.
The viability and impact of
our tradition is reflected in the
- of the Basse*, not the
solitary voice ol would-be proph-
ets.
I echo Moses' wish that the
spirit ot inspiration might be
spread among all our people.
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rK.albinic.it *nt
June 9 Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. "Jewish Worship Hour"'
June 9 Ch. 7. 10:00 a.m. Stili Small Voice
Host: Rabbi I.eon Kromish. Temple Beth Sholom
Topic Greater Miami Jewish FederationPlanning and
Budget
Guests: L. Jules Arkin. vice president: Norms C. Kip-
ni>. vice chairman: Myron Brodie, vice president,
and Nathan Skolnick. director. Planning & Budget
June 9 Ch. 4. 3:30 a.m. "The First Estate"
Host: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "The Continuing Struggle of the Farm Worker"
Guests: Mark Lyons, director of Farm Workers;
Father John McMahon
IMaaMHMMMinW': u

SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TOR AH PORTION
S 'Be-lla-A-Lot-Eclui
"And th( Lord spoke unto Moses, sayini Speak unto
A"'": i him, when thou lightest the lamps
(Chapters VIII-XII).
DBDII A; rHE LEVITES: Aaron i i
the duty of q lamps of the Men .
light projecte B< fore formally enterii
duties, the Lei ...
garments and wet
Moses to the ty. Within the tab
';|^ symb i rried out the dedi-
cation of cred
DEPART1 RE 1 w Whenei -r the cloud r
from the tab. n;) K, Ci]
its journey. Mo ( mmanded to have
made, the
. were used, in addition, to summon the whole congri the
sanctuary, before battle an
joyous occasions and the new moons \
staj of ah .
the Israelites' depai I
JEALOl \\:> MKIAM: At Haaeroth,
next halting placi im and Aaron jiy of \i -
because he had ried a Cushite woman, and claimed
authority since the; o had received Divine inspiration. Moi
a man of gri remained silent, but God descended
pillar of cloud and calle i Aaron and Miriam to the tabernacle,
where He rebuke them Tor their presumption. Though Divine
revelations were sometimes made to other prophets through vis-
ions or dreams. Moses' position was unique, since he was the only-
person to whom God directly revealed His will. When the cloud
departed Miriam was infected with leprosy and Aaron, after con-
fessing his error, pieaed with Moses for their sister's recovery,
fessing his error, pleaded with Moses for their sister's recovery.
Miriam, healed after the intercession of Moses, was isolated out-
tion of the leper, before beir.g readmitted to the community.
After this, the camp moved to the Wilderness of Paran.
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Noiman Sholk,. outgoing
president of Beth David Con-
gregation, received the Israel
Solidarity Award at its 62nd
annual meeting in Spector
Hall May 30. The award was
presented by the Israeli Min-
ister of Finance in recogni-
tion oi Sholk s leadership in
the Israel Bonds Campaign,
during which the member-
ship purchased well over $1
million in Israel Bonds.
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONQREGA.
TION 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Canto.- Aron Ber Aror. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.,
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
2
BETH AM (Tmp,). 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert M. Baumoard. Associate R..0r.
Barry Altaian. J
BETH DAVID, tea sw 3rd A e.
Conser.i.'ve. Rahbi Sol Landau i
Cantor William W. Llnaon. i\
i] S p in ..i Beth David South
rloni Bermon: "Where Our
Thru>t in K.lu .in.>n M;,> I:.. M.....
h. ...rn.-r.-t.iti.nl president, and
' Bfttl ft Hi nr.-.-.-nt -- :<> tll-
Who lire l.-avliiK for a summer
.f religious, cultural and lu
tudlea
BETH EL 500 SW 1?th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H Rotnman. S
ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Mooern Traditional. Rabbi Mai Sha-
Oiro. Canter Leon Seaal. Rev. Alex
Stahl. Rev. Mendel Outterman. 6 i
BETH tikv .!.' -. s.m.
let Dr. Rabbi Hiroshi Okamoto. 6-A ,
l\JP TAMIf '-'"Oi"!. ""*H g *ng
Tatum Waterway, Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed.
Wrtra Kicir 3
OHEV SHALOM, /odd tsonita Dr. Or.
thodox. lboi .'".neas A. W-Oerman
SO
SEPHAf-DIC JEWISH CENTER. M4
Collins Ave. Rabbi Mail Narvnias. 31
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CONGREGAT /ON kTZ CHAIV. 15**
44 Washington Ave. j>
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NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEW'S*
CENTER. 17*0 79th S>t. Causeway
North Bay Village. Conservative,
Cantor Murray V>vneh. 32-A
AGUOAS ACHIM NOSACH SEFARJ
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St.. Mi-
ami Seach. Ortlioaox. Rabbi Mar
decai Chaimo",te.
N09TH MIAMI BtACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). 10a)
NE Miami Gardens Or. Conservative.
Rabbi Miltcn Si-hlintky. Cantor Ian
Alpern. jj
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center. 19Z5S
N E. 3rd A -t. Orthodox. S3-A
BETH TORAH 1051 N. Miami Bead
Blvd. Conservative. Rfbbi Max Lib.
ichitz. Cantor Ja.-ob B. Mendelson. $4
CJF Leaders
In Los Angeles
*ETH rOV (Temoie-. e438 SW ItalB'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 N'.f 1fcVd t
I..K.I rSSSl aS '""L (Lh,r"! Contervative. Rabbi Elliot J. Wino-
Rubel. Cantor Seymour Hmkei. I, grad. Cantor Jack Lerner
B'NAI ISRAEL AND GREATER
MIAMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE. 9600
Miller Road. Orthodox. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman. 8-A
34
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SINAI (Tempiei. of N'.RTH CADI
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingiley "anter Irvine
Shulke*. S7
---------- 8:15 p.m. Oraduatlnsj senior*
ISRAEL iTemplel OF GREATER Ml- w'" honored Saturday |0:SO am.
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform, rtabbl Sermon "Portion < the Weak Bat
jaseoh R. Narot in Mltavah Denis* Goldstein.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th SKV LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
S:. Canservative.
Parnats.
Cantor
Nathan
11
iqh Av.
Bidnick.
Or.r.odox. Rabbi
By Special Report
The sprint- quarterly board and
national '.ommictee meetings of
the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds is being
held in Los Angeles at the Cen-
tury Piaza Hotel on Thurs
through Sunday where Jewi
communal leaders and Federa-
tion executives f:om North
Americain the continuing wake
of the Yom Kippur War are
assessing majer concerns and
priorities of their communities at'
home, overseas and m Israel.
OR OLOM (Tempie'i o75 SW 16th
St. Canservative. Rabbi Dav'd M
Barjn. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari. 15
YOUNG ISIIAKL OF unEATER Ml.
AMI. J90 NE 171tt St. Orthodox
Rabbi Zatm.'n Koow>kv. Jf
COFAL GA9US
TIArvE.RecraHr.,rvftfe- S!ffh-NM'm' J"DEA 'TemPle'- *5G Granada Blvd
Klein Maun.;; Reform. Rabbi Michael B. E.sen.
* ____,____ auit. Cantor Rita Shore. 41
rlM Z^rvrtTveer'rR:bb:j00NDMr'n:rn ^aSC' ^MOR* (femaW. 44 Zamor. Ay,
- ? Cinto- Irrol He'lfm.n S""'". Cen.ervativ.. R,bbi Maxwell A
i Rite in Judaism Bal
Aim daUeThl
ii i Mr- David 0 dh in Bat-
B irmon "Sadi ,.
RtlUM
TIFERETH JACOB iTemplel, 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na
than Znlondr* i
NOHTH MIAMI
SMPSM
VOGAN OAVIO CONGREGATION
9348 Hard.n0 Ave. Orthodox RabbA
laaac D V.re. Cantor Le aeie
Levine 50
fOIll LAUDIKDAU
BETH ISRAEL (Temp.el. 7'00 W
Oakland Park Blvd Rabbi Philip A
Labowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu 41
In scheduling its quarte:;*. BE'H MOSHE CONGREGATION 22?S EMANUEL. 3245 W. Oakland Part
neetinj. on the West Coast, the ,oS;Dh 'a^^c^' veloV.' KaJ[?ffi-*5SS *ti5% ii
^JF*s tour days of in-depth plan- B'nyam.n 3* "
me
CJF lou.- days of in depth plan
ning sessions are geared to pro-
vide opportunity tor increased
involvement on the pan of a
wider number of communities in
CJF actions and deliberations.
PARTICIPATING ARE more
than 150 representatives from
55 Jewish communities through-
out the United States and Can-
ada, with a large contingent from
i ie w estern area.
Focus is on the com; 1
e cf community needs u
visibilities from
welfare needs, to oversi
immu-
. > .' Bl tO St I
D
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MIAMI BtACH
AGUDATH -SRAEL. 7801 Carlyl Ave.
Orthodax. Raiihl 3>el1on N ever 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
BETH JACOB. ?01 Washington Ave.
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON
GREGATION Conservative. 3501
University D-. Rupbi Mx Welts. 44
'0MPAN0 BtACH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER 1iM
NW 9th St.
0-t>-odox Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swlr. SHOLOM 'Temp'ej. 132 5( t>th Av.
eVy. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19 Conservat.^. o.hpi Morris A Skoo
-------------- Cantor Yaacov Renzer. |
BETM RAPHAEL (Tempiei. 154'. Jef
fe-son Ave. Conservative. Rabhi
Eli at Winocjrad. Cantor Saul Breeh
20
HAUANDALt
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
(Conservative). 41 NE 8th Ave
7/r-,h rt"rry E Sch**'-ti- Canto.
Jacob Danzige'. ^
BETH SHOLOM (Temoiel. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi ".eon Kronish. HOttTWOOD
Cantor David Conviser ?i pctu i?i .^
. Z1 BE Heform. Habb' ismuel .afle.
TEMPLE BETH SOLOMON. 9-"7 I in.
coir Rd Modern Conservat.ye Pili-
bi David Raab. 2t.A
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euelld Ave
thodox.
0-
BfhTu>r l,HArLO" 'T'"",l' 601 Am
"' C-.nserv.it,ve. Rabbi Mor.
tan Mala/sVy Onto, lrv.no Gold 41
SINAI fTemple>
C9r-rv,i
i?01 Johntop St
BETH VOSEPH tmaim CONGRE Cen,-rvj,t,, R,bpl Dlvd ShaDip^
CATION. 8J? M.ridian Ave j? A Vehuda H-llbraun.

C':?4N-:bEw congregation
' V, ,. ngton Ave. Orthod
' UOW Ro."-r, 1 3
1 EMPI.E
Ratb
" s'--H*pD-c HEBREW JON
Ma.bi Me.r Masliah Mtlamed. 23 a
EMANU-EL fTi
letting
Dr. Orthodox. Rabb
Gross.
CONGTTr.aT'O
Of Hebrew A ...
Meridian Ave. Orti
r
?5-A
JNF Plans
Biociiteniiial
Celebration
B) Speeial R-port
.\i:\s YORK A new i 5.000,-
O'.'O bicentennial pi j I linking
-t of Jeru-
ivi'.h 2i\) y, ars of A
closed i u
by A b Tsur, or^L,. 'SRRa^L -'"' ru',M *
world a { the J.
National Fund, fa
of 2.500 supporters of the
Fun i attending tne iwo-day .Na-
tional Assemblv of the JNF at
the Waldorf-Asto here.
83
h aXC 1*1 AHM -'""vat ve
rV Si.d Ave Hollyweud Rahbl
r0 Benarroch. Cantor
nar-y schmerl -a b
T5K5t" .SOLE"~'-hsrs'l.
ert B-ruiM. Cantor Michael Kyrr.
L-X-^I^rfr" '"l*"hlii"q V?i"" 'SRAEL ,1 HOLLVWOOO
HFRRCvv STX": Zv' *"" ;nr,,hort><' 3801 Stirling, Rd 2
n 7, acadfmn i Pine Tree 6 '<<
" Rbbl Alexander S Mill AMAH
-------- ^ '8t?efh iTe,nCS' t9m SW "" 9t
NOMISTMi
|HpMBSTKAO JEWISH C = N-PR
SVf.AP.or COMMUNITV Nt Dth St Con.ervatv.
Carter8!- "'b' TO!* H^iftSI ^-^W-V^
cantor Mey-r Ei gel,
JACOB c
Cantor Abrai'.im s-f'"
2f
Lehrfield ,
r
Delegates from ail parts of the
nation heard Tsur outline the
centennial project, which will
also mark 75 years of the estab-
lishment of the Jewish National
Fund, now the Israel land recla-
mation arm of the World Zionist
Movement.
Conaarvativsj r,s,bl Mi^r Absam
W'U Ca-tor Nico P,ldmilnAbP' ^
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
17 SIVAN 7:50
Home Life Honors Werner
" rbert L Weiner. C.L.U. an
associa the Mlaml-Ore|ory 11
Ar;enry. ha^ earned membership i
in the Presidents Council Sum- \
mit. hifhest honor crouD of the
Home Life Insurance Company
New York The CroD is selected
Th.i fag, H p,pn cc.oh,rd-,mi unk ;'le GjedU,
Mttni RabbMal A"cvitton
Ccon/bMter of the feature/
'Pt'ejring her? .
RALBI MAXWELL BERGER
Spiritual leider of
"n the hasisof sales performance i ^ leSTiT?
in 1973. f c"l >^e


Friday. June 7. 1974
*Jewisi) fhridiar
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IEGAL NOTICE
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEOAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SEPVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JiV*NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
NO. 74-14678
8NERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The M.irrh.Ke of
DANIEL Ii;i i:s! \s I'. i,:i,.r
MARITZA Hil ES1AS.
Respond- :l
TO: MARITZA lUI.ESIAS
2711 Cent nil Avenue
- Union i' '' u J.r-i'v
Tor ark hekehy notified that
an action for Dissolution of Mart-lain
has been fil. are required to serve a ropy <>f your
written def. \
ALBERT W1I.ENSKY. attorney for
.i u hn' ;iilK i- UK Went
^^t. Miami. !]. -rida 3S1i>. .iii.I
mi:i! with the clark of
\ '.-(I rnurt on or before
i lae a default will
urainai you for the re-
'1 :n the complaint or
file the oi i
the above -
July 1, 1974
be en i
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hall be published once
four consecutive w eek I
IB JEWISH l-'l i)|(llIAN
WITNESS ni\ hand and the Real of
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(Qrcult Cou'
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H'WfM Flair' ST.-et
Miami, l-'l.'i
Attorney foi I
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IN THE nRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT TLORtDA. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY.
PROBATE DIVISION
No 74.274f
JOHN R BLANTON
In RE: Hatat. of
TETTA nil: I AIM ., k i
HENRIETTA IliKXIiAl'M
I )- "*il sr1 i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims oi Demand* Against Said
Beta
Tow are h< reby notified and r.-ejuir-
ed to prMent at.> claims and demands
wlrtch you ma< have against the es-
tate of TETTA HIRNRAl'M a k a
HaWRIBTT \ i:il:.\i;.\r.M deceased.
late ofjBado ''"unty. Florida, to the
Circuit Judu. < li.oi. County, and
.file the sani<- duplicate and as nro-
ded In Ection 733.16, Florida Stat-
I^^Hielr offices in the County
^^^Jp in Pade County. Florida.
BJj|" four calendar months from
time of tin fust i.uldication here-
of, or the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami l-'lorida. this 22nd
daTof Mav a i i
^RHEItT S SHAPIRO
^^p Administrator iTA
First publication of this notice on
the Slat da. of Mas l>74.
HAPIRO FRIED. WEIL.* SPHEEIt
Attorneys for Estate of
TETTA BIKNHAI M a k/a
HENRIETTA RIRNltAUM. Deceased
407 Lincoln Road.
Mtilh.1 Beach. Florida ^ $/?
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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 74.11998
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE.
ROBERT nil! V
and
LESLIE ANN PI'FFY
TO: I ESI IK ANN Pi KEY
30 Annni'ohs R.....1
ith Toms Hi .t. N.w .lei
Bv ARE herepy notified
an action i m* ..... Mar-
ie has been filed attains) you and
r_ are reour i i
Ijrour written d. t. i .-. if any In it on
^Ht h.
HnStloner. l.--, address is 41'" Lin-
Road, Su.:- I Miami i:. '
'Florida 111 29. and He the orieinal
With the clerk f the above styled
court on or 1.....Inly ::. 1" 71:
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against you .-f demanded
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each weak f.- f-m .-- o.-uMvo weeks
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-13563
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
VERONICA HinUAItP,
Wife,
and
Joll.NNI .MA('I< HriiHARP.
a/k/a JOHNNY HUHRAKD.
11 uaband.
TO: Mr Johnny .Mack Huhbard
a k a Johnny Huhbard
c o 11< orgta < lorrectional
Institute
Mncon ib-orgla
\*Ol) AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed agalns! you ami
yOU are reiiuired to serve a COPy '
your written defenses, if any. lo II on
LOCIS i! BELI-ER. Bttorni > for r- -
tltloner. whose addret I is 420 Lineoln
Road. Sin.- _::v Miami Beach. Flor-
in! file the. original with the
cli rk f the above tj led court on oi
before June It, 1174s otherwise a de-
fault will in- entered attains! you for
. i di m.H-.leii m tin comolalm
or petition.
This notice shall in- published ono<
ach week for four consecutive weeks
n HE JEWISH Fl ORIDIAN.
WITNESS BIJ hand and the seal ol
I eiirt ai Miami. Florida -n this
ith dav of May, if'74.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As i "lerk, Circuit Court
Hade Count -. Florida
By I BNEEDEN
A- Denul Cli rk
nit i 'curt SeaP
OI'IS R RBI I EH ESI I
>n l.inccln Road. Suite 238
Miami Reach Florida
Attornes for Pi tl.....
5 11 -24-31
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. 74-13663
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
iv RR: THE MARRIAGE OF
BNIDE AMASON,
Wife. Petitioner
XDWARD AMASON.
Hu'band. Respondent
Tii EDWARD AMASON_______
Yor AUK HEREBY NOTTFIBD
thai an notion for Dissolution of Mr-
rlace has ln-.-n filed ajninst you and
you are required to serve a conv of
your written defenses. If any. to It on
DANIEL KKTTER. attorney 'or Be-
lli......r whose address is Itnl on-
rresa Bulldina. Ill N B. IBd -Venue.
Miami, Florida 11112. and file the
,; with the Clark Of the above
-u led court on or before June in.
074 otherwise a default will be en-
ered aaninst vou for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
a.h week for four consecutive weeks
n THE JKUISII FU.IMPIAN-
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
aid court at Miami. Florida, on this
K.th dav of Mav. 1974. ......
RICHAUD P .BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dado County. Florida
Bv OI/>RIA El.PIS
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal)
f-iANlKl. IIKTTKH. F.SQI'IRE
not Congress Buildintr
liami. Florida I81H
Attorney for Petitioner
IN 7HI CIRCL IT COURT OF THE
LEVENTi- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
FROBATE NO. 72-5808
IN RK I
SAMUEL BRKWSTKR.
NOTICalBOF INTENTION TO MAKE
APVL1CATI. FoR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is herebj riven thai I have
filed mv F'nal Rc.-.i and Petition
for Distribution and Final Dlscharre
It Ell UtW nt til. estate ..I S.Win.l.
^^^STER. i""1 ,n:l'
the 28th day of June. I7. will apply
to the Honor. .1-1- Circuit Judges of
Dade Countv. Florida, for anomval of
aaJd Final Report and .or distribution
and final dls.li.iru. as Executor "'
thai estate of tin ahov. -named d.-.e-
IdeBt This tlst dav .f Mav. 1S74
PAITI. KWITNEY. Executor
ttriTNEY. KR. 'P
SCHBINBKliC r V
^ Uncoln R. ad Suite i 12
uml Beach. Florida 33139
RICHARD I KROOP
t/31 6/7-14-21
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 74-13667
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
N l.i: THE M VKRIACK OP:
\ it \m li TON,
An',- Petitioner
kreppy'ci Arrv'K HAMILTON
Husband Reaoondenl
rO: FREDDY CLARENCE
yotj;AAi:ET,m;REi'Y
.,., fnr Dlssnlui -' Mat
bei n filed airainst VOU and
,,,u aie .-e.iuir.il to serve a ropy of
...ur Wrlltet if any. "' ,.'
nANlBf- RETTER ttton ej for Pe
. aid-
Ill S B B
. Miami I"!-. t-.i ,.-
......tal with H.....lerK of the
,hove atvled courl on before June
il i74; otherwise n default \
,., for the r.-'
nmnlalnl
notice shall b, nub si ed one
reek for four w eks
m- JEWISH P*l ORIDI \n
wrTNPSF no
Florida, on this
Hth dav of M '"' ,..,.,.
RICH MM) P RPIVKER
,, nerk, Clrculi Cottri
], .a, c,,,,,.-. F rlda
B, Ol OR1A El.l IS
\s p.-eutv Clerk
' r urt Se |R___-,___
n.wo-i Rl.....ri-'' BSQ1 IRE
on.-, i 'imiri I'nildinc
Miami. Florida Mill
Attorney for Pr"n","f.':,4.,] 7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DAPE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 74-14407
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE The marrine-e of
W II I v.M DUARTB.
Huaband,
SANDRA El AINE PT'ARTE.
YiVf'f'sANPHA El.AINE DPAP.TE.
. unknown, are ronuired 10
fil. your answer to the petition for
dissolution of niarriai.-. with the Clerk
of the above Court and serve a enoj
thereof unon the petitioner's at-
torney Merman Cohen. Eev. 6CL' S W.
1st street. Miami, Florida. 33130. Ml
or h.for. July -'. IM4. or is. peti-
tion will he eonfessed.
Dated Mav 22. 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk Circuit Court
By B .1 FoY
Deputy Clerk
f/SI 6/7-14-21
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. 74-13642
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE oF
GUILL-ERMINA CABEZA.
Wit.-. I', tltloner.
and
RAMON CABEZA.
Huaband, Rei pondent.
To: Mr. Ramon Cain ta
Calk 24, Numerc :..'.il
l-'.ntre 55 v 57
Nueva Jerona
isla .1.- Pino. Cuba
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dtssi lutlon of Mar-
I riace ha.- been filed aralnsl \ ->n and
\i-u an- reuulred to nerve 1 copy of
' \our written defenses, if any, to it on
rJulllermo Sostchln, Esquire, attorney
for Petitioner, otiosi address is 101
N \\ 12th Aii-iiii. Miami. Florida.
and file the orlKlnal with the clerk of
1 above atj led court on nr hefort
June L's. I"T4; Otherwise a .l.laill' wil1
1 ti red aralnsl j u fur the relief
demanded in tin cmnlaiiii or peti-
tion,
notice shall be published .-n.-.
a.h week for four consecutive w o-kr
THE .lEW.sil FI/ORIDIAN
witness my hand ind the seal 1
aid ourl it Miami Florida, n ihli
14th dav of Mav. 7 1
1 HARD P RRIXKKR
Circuit I '..urt
Dade < 'ouiii y F^oi da
Bj R M KISSEE
1 "lerk
CirculI url Bi
:.. Esquire
01 N W IStl \ in
.liami l-'l.- (324-4555)
Attorney tor Petitioner
1-31 6 T
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN Ihn'
he underslaned. deslrina to enKaire In
business und.r the fictitious names
of 1.11:1s CORPORATION, INC., Mc-
\i.i,isti:r beauty sai.ov and
mai.LISTER BEAUTY SALON II
at McAllister Hotel Arcade. Miami
Florida, intend to register said
names with the Cl.-rk of the Circuit
Court of Bade County Florida.
LUCIANO JULIA
NORIS JULIA
JOSEFA MAPIUEI.I.
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. 74-14654
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE::
The Marriage of: ____
\.\tho-'* JAMBA ARNOVITZ,
and
I.1NPA ...C.ACCA ARNOVITZ
TO: I.INPA BIBACCA ARN'PITZ
- FRANK' PISACCA
4'i4 So^'ii" Vallei- Road
West Xlifflln
Pennsylvania _,,.,,.,.
YOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
hat an action for Dissolution of Mar-
-..lu-e has been filed against you and
vou are required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses, if any to tt
on ROHERT H BURNS. ESQ at-
torney for Petitioner, whose address
s 410 Lincoln ltd.. Miami Reach. Ha
md fii,. the orlalnal with tl e t er*
r the above styled .-ourt on or be
'ore fulv 1974: otherwise a nefauli
nil be ent.-r..1 iftainat you for the
pllef demanded In the coraplalnl or
PTlils notii .- -hall be published once
1. 11 vvei r a. utlv.
THE JEWISH ElolMPlA-s
WITNESS mv hand .....I Ihi
,. curt ri Miami Fli Ida on
rd -1 i> f May, l74.....
RICH \'l' P BRINKER
\ ;. rk Cln mi -a
[..id.- County. Florida
R, 1. SNEEDEN
11, nutj c:
iCIr......"oui I Si all
vV STEPHEN VRNOVITZ
v\. OFFICES OF
tOBERT H BI'RNfl ,. '
.,, 1 | Miami P-ach
Florida .
Utornej for Petitioner_ ..,,,, ,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCULT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. NO. 74.13436
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
SUIT FOR D.SSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRI iOE OF
NANCY CARI 'I. PIER) E,
Wife.
and
PPANE PIERCE
Husband
TO: DIANE PIERCE
Address and Residence Unknown
Yor. PLANE PIERCE, an- hereby
notified that a Petition f-ir Dissolution
ol Marriage has bi en filed agalnsl
I copy of your Answer .-1 Pleading! to
1 pi tltlon en the P tltlom rs i.-i
- 1 ANOEI 1 A A 11 Suite 100
Building, 2J Weal Fiagier
Stic 1. Miami. Florida 3S130 and fill
the original Answer ..r Pleading In
the office Of tile Clerk .if tile I -II
Court "ii or before the Slal day ol
June, 1974 if you fall to do so. ludg-
men I by default will be taken against
you for the niief demanded In tin
Petition
This notice shall be publish! .1 oni .
a.h week for four consecutive week*
n THE JEWISH FIX>R1DIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
I Jth dav oi Mav A 1 I
" 1:1.-HARP P BRINKER
\. rierk Cli 11 Courl
Dade Countx Floi Id .
in c p CDPEl AND
a- Denutj Clerk
,--,. u t Courl Seall
kNOEl I A Al.l
.1. |(li '1 '.i'lig
. \Vi -t Flagli r Streel
Attornes for PI .
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CASE NO. 74.P773
NOTICF PV dmrlICATION
JULIUS A REAMING.
Plaintiff.
OEOROE soi.omon MACKEY
and DOROTHY MILLER MACKEY,
11. ti ndants,
TO: OEOROE SOLOMON MACKEY
DOROTHY .MILLER MACKEY
1 residence unknown)
Yor ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion to quiet title to the following
property In Pad.- County, i
LOT 11. Block IS of FOURTH AD
OPTION TO RICHMOND HEIOHTS
ESTATE, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded In Plat Book 68
Cam it of the Publli Records ol
Dad County. Florida.
lias lie.ii filed ncalnst you ami ym
in- reiiuired to serve ropy of yotr
written defense, If any. to it on lEH
M.D SILVERMAN Plaintiff's attor
,,,-v. Whose address is ROd Rolinf
Building. Miami. Florida 011 or befor.
lune 24, l74, and file the origlna
with the Clerk of this Curl elthe
before service on PlalntlffM at tome'
or immediately ther.-aftei: otnerwlsi
a default will be entered against y,
for the r.li.-f demanded in tb.....in
ln
hf nd
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRLCTIVE SERVICE
(NO DRePERTVI
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIA' CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DATE COUNTV
CtVIL ACTION NO 74 '""06
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR CISSO'.LTION
OF MARRIAGE
RE
a 111 rt aire of
1 IHN .'I AYTON lev:, husband,
and
1 END.A FAYE HILL LEE, mv.
T .11 Miv Cl \ Y'"'
RESIDENCE I'XKXl
YOR ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai -I- .-'
. .. hi n filed against s -
, U a- a copy of
vour wrllten defenses, if an\ 10 it o-
\i ihur H 1.in-, n. attorney for P< H
tinner whose addn s.
ocan l" 'I illand lie Florida S3.......
and file the original with th. .'. -1.
..f the above ityled court on or he-
'd, Juni I'1. IM4: otherwise .1 do
fault will he entered agalnsl you for
the rellel demanded In the complaint
petition.
This notice "hall he published once
. n-h week f"r foul *'"eeks
in the JEWISH El 1:11''A v
WITNESS mv hand and the si
- ild .curl ri Mlam1 Florida on this
Ith dav .f Mav, 1971
RICH \"P P BPIVKER.
a- Clerk Circuil Courl
|..,'- i'iii-tv vv-'da
By 1 BNEEDEN
As Peouty Clerk
iCireull C01
Arthur H IJpson
Attorney for the Wife
-..si So Ocean Drive
Hallandale. Florida 3SOP9
6/11-.H-31 b. /
and the
4. 1974.
plaint.
WITNESS
.f this Cur' "ii '1|.o
RICIIARP I* BRINKER.
V Cl.rk of the t ourt
Rv Ol ORIA El 1 IS
\s Deputy cier'-
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CASE NO 74-13338
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
'N RE MARRIAOE OF
IRORtiE R ORANDF1ELD.
Husband
a nd
IARY \\N OR \NDFIEI D,
H
' IT w\ ORANDFIE1 P
A'es I I I er SI reel
oi>
YOU VHE HERBRY N'OTIPIEI
- ion for Dlssohit Ion of voi
Marriage has been fled and mm
his court and y 11 an
.ii -.....1 v.- a copy of vi-u-
rltti f any. to
l-'R III) Sll v i-iima N. ...
n Rob
Mian i". Id
rinal with the clerk of Ihi
pvt stvli 1 ourl ..' ..- I-- ..-
1 r ti .11 nrise default will b.
nt. .ii* r tl.,- relief
"rnyed for in ir petl-
i nm
..... for cutlve e peks
- Tl Florldlai
I
Florida on this
v i- S'KER,
\. '. ..,.-.
r f*i
1 -. 1 I'l 1 is.
\
I S
1 -
1
. fnr Petl
-. 17.?4-31 T
all ir E 1 \")ER
FCTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undcrsls in" i" enp
-^ under Ihi fictitious name nf
ss NUDE Fl ORIDA al Semlnnle
Health Club, 'sue S \\" 142nd Ave
Fl I audei ^., 1 lo reglstei
said name with ih* clerk of the Clr-
mi Courl of Pad.. Countv F'orida.
en \R! l-:s VOUNOMAN
AND
JANICE YOUNOMAN
Kwitney, Kroop .<. Bchelnberg, P.A.
By Paul Kwitni r Bsa
Attoi... \ foi Annlicants
i-n 1 incoln Rd Suit. -.'_'
- Miami Beach. Florida 3'*
:*-:.} 6 7
NOTICE UNDER
FACTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to ene
as under the fictitious num.- of
IMPERIAL HAIR STYLIST BTTT.
DIO at :'.'"' West U'th Avenue. 111a-
leah. Florida 3301" intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv Florida.
ZOlLw* GONZALEZ
S4-tl 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. 74-13110
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MAHRIAOE OF
JACQUES FIGARO
Petitioner Husband
ALOURDE8 R. FIOARO
I:. ipondenl Wife
TO: ALOIIRDES R FIOARO
1 Resldi nee unl-n..w in .,,,,__
vm; ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ton foi DlBSOlutl......1 Mci-
rlag. has be. n filed agalnsl you ami
,OU a.....lulred to serve a COPJ M
your wi tt.n defensei 11 a"1 ""n
Ml. 1 ael A Llpal > al -',!,,','"
whose i.l.lr. ss ,s 1104 Con-
,-ord Buildli Ftorljta
and file the original with the iiem
nf th- yled pour 011 or be-
for. 'H '','.fM,i'
win b. i -" :[ ,th;
in the compls nt r
ill b, oub had joj
a.h we. Ui ecutive xeelM
- THE JEWISH I-" ;->
RICHARD P BRINKER.
As Clerk, I n 11....."' '
Dad OUI "
Hi A D WADE
v !, putt Clerk
1 rcult Court Si II
MICHAEL A 1 IPRKY
104 c-

6 7
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY! _
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THe
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY^
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74\. W^
GENEitAI m.RISDXTION
n.visioN
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
iv RE: THE MARR'AOE OB
JULIO JoSE NUNE8.
petitioner- Husbana
ZENILDA* FERRE1RA NINES.
T0:K'zKV!j;aVKERREIUA>C,-NES.
YOU^^H^f,^^
Burnett Roth, attorney [ 0.....1.
whose addres. Is U" ''','',''., n9.
tSftSSA ".' tSLV.....-
'"^rnotiee shali ***&
rhTHFTk;E-,'r "!!,?- of
JRSSV&Sg -'".....'......""s
As Deputy Clerk
.Circuit Court S-all
BURNETT ROTH
I-..A Pip.olp Road .Suite ,*
Miami Reach Florida 1
mma,,.,,,i.v id pet,,jo1B7erM.si
6/7
NOTICE UNDER
NOT^T,.TS,0HUr!REB^oK^ Orij
^^.-'''''--'Vr-V-'^'^am's
U?S25
oun'v IATBS INC.
K, nil vm -
" AvA...
fi 7
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
, NCl PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. iN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION N" 7-'-1341S
ACTION FOR DISSOt UTION
OF MARRIAGE
1V R E
I5RI. I.....r*E .I R \ F\ER.
-!
Wll I lAM I ANE RAKER.
lio-i
m IL1 iam LANE BAKER
Wlckai ui
i ong Island,
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
foi 1 Hi solution Of Mar-
riagri hai beei filed agalnsl you -md
\ nu ai.- real.....I ta serve 1 opj ol
vour written defenses, if any, lo 11 on
KWITNEY. KROOP A SOHEIN-
I1ERO, .'A -. i- s to P. tltlonerj
wll...-. address is 420 Lincoln Road
I Suite 512) Miami Beach, Florida, and
file th.- original with the clerk of the
above -ii i.-d out I 1 n 01 l. fore June
1!.. 1"74: otherw-i a default will be
entered agalnsl you for the relief de-
manded In Pi. complaint or petition.
This notice shall be publlahed once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH EloEIPlAN
WITNESS my harl and in.- seal of
court al Miami. Florida on this
13th dav of Mav 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER,
A Clerk Cli CUll Court
1....!, Count. '"'. Ida
By 1 BNEEDEN
As Deputy Cl.rk
.Circuit Court Senli
KWITNEY K Roop A
SCHBINBEBO, P A.
Attorneys for Wife
4L'D Lincoln Road (Suite ..121
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Phone SSS-7S7.r.
Bv PAPI. KWITXin
Attorney fo, JXI-^.,, ,


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^Tewis]h Floridlian
liami, Florida Friday, June 7, 1974
Section B
Mrs. Harry Smith New Prexy
Of GMJF Women's Division
Mrs. Harry B. (Marilynn) Smith
was installed as president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Women's Division Thursday, May
30, in a day which included the
honoring of hundreds of key vol-
unteers.
Dr. Leon Kronish, a leader of
the Jewish community here for
three decades and a Federation
officer, conducted the installa-
tion ceremony. Admitting that he
had promised Mrs. Smith that he
would not mention it, neverthe-
less, Dr. Kronish could not resist
revealing that he had been her
spiritual leader and friend for
some 30 years.
Dr. Kronith promised (or warn-
ed?) Women's Division members
that in addition to her proven
leadership qualities, Mrs. Smith
would always bring "something
extra" to her duties as president.
(.".uest speaker was Jacqueline
Levine, National Woman's Divi-
sion president, American Jewish
Congress, who stressed the vital
role of women as "volunteer pro-
fessionals" in all areas of com-
munity service.
Mrs. Sol Goldstein. Federation
secretary and 1973 chairman of
volunteer .services. Daid homage
to the hundreds of women "who
had responded so generously with
time and energy to the needs of
the Jewih community through
out 1973."
Officers who were also installed
and who will serve with Mrs.
Smith were Mrs. Sol Goldstein,
campaign vice president: Mrs. Sol
Landau, community education
vice president; Mrs. Norman Lip-
off, education vice president; and
Mrs. Morton Weinberger, adminis-
trative vice president.
Returning as Women's Division
secretary for a second term will
be Mrs. Robert Russell, who is
joined for the coming year by
Mrs. Adolph Berger as parliamen-
tarian; and Mrs. Berton Gettis, as
nominating committee chairman.
Much of the Division's con-
tinuing success is due to the ef-
fective oiganization within three
geographic population areas: Mi-
ami Beach, North Dade and South
Dade. Officers for 1974-75 within
these areas were also announced.
For Miami Beach: Mrs. Rich-
ard Levy, area chairman: Mrs.
Donald Lefton, campaign co-
jn'.nator; and Mrs. Leonard
Friedland, nominating committee
chairman.
For North Dade: Mrs. Robert
Cruder, area chairman; Mrs. Ken-
neth Schwartz, campaign coor-
dinator: and Mrs. Mike Sumberg.
nominating committee chairman.
For South Dade: Mrs. Clifford
Marks, area chairman. Mrs. Mflr-
Greoter Miami Jewish Federation Women's Division held
installation of officers Thursday, May 30. Among leaders
who will serve in 1974/75 are, left to right, (top) Mrs.
Merton Gettis, nominating committee chairman, Mrs.
Adolph Berger, parliamentarian, and Mrs. Robert Russell,
secretary. Picture 2: vice presidents include Mrs. Sol Gold-
stein, campaign; Mrs. Morton Weinberger, administrative;
Mrs. Sol Landau, community education, and Mrs. Norman
Lipoff, education. Picture 3: Campaign coordinators are
Mrs. Kenneth Schwartz for North Dade; Mrs. Morton Marcus
(and Mrs. Robert Traurig. not pictured) for South Dade, and
Mrs. Donald Lefton for Miami Beach.
ton Marcus and Mrs. Robert Trau-
rig, campaign coordinators; and
Mrs. Hoarwd Scharlin. nominat-
ing committee chairman.
Accepting her post as presi-
dent and stressing the role of
continuity in Jewish life as well
as in Jewish organizations, Mrs.
Smith honored Mrs. Leonard
Friedland whose efforts as cam-
paign vice president for two
years had led the Women's Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund success to the "great-
est increases in North America,"
and Mrs. Irving Wexler whose
two terms as president of the
Women's Division led the Divi-
sion to national prominence and
"recognition for accomplishments
and the capacities of women in
community service."
Mrs. Friedland and Mrs. Wex-
ler were presented with rare ce-
ramic urns from the soil of Is-
rael.
Mrs. Smith- whose mother, Mrs.
Continued on Page 9-B
Dollar-A-Year Men Now
Work Harder Than Ever
Miami is experiencing more arr more the resdlts of Albert
Milstine's direction In me Greater Miami Jewish Federation's
Dollar-A-Year Program, a program which utilizes the dedication
and experience of retired businessmen (Dollar-A-Yeai Men) to
help people in need.
Milstine, a 75-year old Mi
amian, is chairman of the
team of volunteers which
mans telephones five days a
week from a Federation of-
fice, reaching out to the com-
munity.
"Our program devotes itself
to helping support Federa-
tion's 50 local, national and
overseas social welfare agen-
cies," said Milstine, "and that
means calling upon every
member of the Jewish com-
munity to become involved.
"Besides our efforts on be-
half of the Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund, our main concern is
providing help to those who
need our assistance during our
daily contacts," said Milstine.
Milstine brought the program to Miami after founding and
heading a similar program in Chicago which raised millions of
dollars for the Jewsh Federation of Metropolitan Clfcago.
Neither he nor the other volunteers ever worked as hard during
their business careers as they are with the Miami program, but
they ail agee that bettering the quality of life for Jews around
the world is the most important task to which they are com-
mitted.
ALBM MUSTCM
RUfdines
Uflorido
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Friday, June 7, ig

Dr. Charles Beber Elected
To AJCommittee9s Board
Dr. Charles R Beber. president
of the Greater Miami Chapter.
was elected to the national board
vernoi I at the annual meet-
ing of the American Jewish
.ttee in New York. Elmer
Winter, president, announced.
The board -if governors, which
- policy-making body of the
can Jewish Committee .-rid
-. ind affairs.
i.- comprised of 90 nu:
, ... .. ..inwide basis
pros I rrt of
.ration, is
a member of the board al trus
J
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tees, which is responsible to the
board of governors. It has re-
sponsibility fo. the development,
investment and management of
funds of the American JI
Committee.
The American lavish Commit-
tee, founded in 1906 Is the pio-
neer human relations agency in
America Its foall include the
safeguarding ot Jewish security
a', home and abroad, the strength-
ening of Jewish identity
Jewish family '.:fe and sducal
the promotion of inierreii
understanding and the tap
ment of intergvoup underst
>> ad bassing itself to the
I'rban crisis which polar.zed .irj
divides racial. snd na-
tionality groups.
Dr. Beb,
vard In:.'
'
> the >:> di< i!
ami Jewish H
sfMcialbl m j
n i-ersit} l
School r
itate i
USY To Launch
International
Essay Contest
'Tradition: Its Role in a Jew's
Life Today." has been selected as
the theme of the first annual
International United Synagogue
Youth Essay contest. Tom Frish-
berg of St. Paul. -Minn., an-
nounced.
Frishberg. a high school jun-
ior who is chairman of the con-
test, challenges entrants to de-
fine -tradition" and what it
means to the contest fam-
ily, his community, and
world.
Tradition encompasses the
essence f the Jew. it mi
not on hul cusl n*
monies, lifestyles and (l
practices, too. he explained.
Robert Leil it. cc U -' i
that a
includ
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1974
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pJcnist fhredfiarr
Page 3-B
Moie Tendrieh Elected
Beth David President
Moie -Tendrieh was clerted
president of Beth David Congre-
gation at the annual meeting held
Tttursdry, Way 30.
TendricH attended Dude Coun-
ty publk schooli and graduated
M v:ilcdi(tnrian from Ponce de
Leon High School in Coral Gi
He attended th-:' Uni' ersil
Miami where he received his LLB
degree in 1949.
During a hitch of three years
in the Korean War, he served in
the Infantry in the U.S. Army
and Judye Advocate General's
Corps.
He we? formerly Assistant At-
torney General of the State of
Florida, served as Assistant Coun-
ty Attorney, and as legal advisor
Two Employer
Of Year Awards
Deadline for nominations for
Employer of the Year awards,
presented annually by The Gov-
ernor's Committee on Employ-
ment of the Handicapped, is June
15.
Two awards will be made: one
to the employer with more than
200 employes and another for the
employer with 200 or fewer em-
ployes.
Nominations should be mailed
to: Awards Committee. P.O. Box
43-1583. South Miami. Fla. 33143.
MOIt TtNDKKH
to the Dade County Legislative
Delegation. He is Dast master of
Hibiscus Masonic Lodge No. 275
F.ftA.M.
Beth David Congregation ha?
played a major role in the life of
Tendrieh. Both he and his son.
Ari Ben, were Bar Mitzvah at
Beth David, he was married at
Beth David and has served as
membership chairman, finance
chairman ind executive vice presi-
dent and has also served on
Patrons' committee and the board
of director^.
L009 Vm 03**Sf
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Specials Every Day Besides The Best Greek Salad.
Mcusaka. Pasticho. Roast Leg of Lamb, Braised
Beef, Hot Roast Beef, Beef Stew, Spaghetti and
Meat Bolls, etc.
REASONABLE PRICES
We Serve Lunch, and Dinner Monday Thru Friday
\l 1 A AA. to 8 P.M.
NICK AND MARIA'S RESTAURANT
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
f.onon Wtrfdmgl
11701 N.E. 2nd AVE.
891-9232
""SPECIAL SUNDAY D^MER
Soup Entree with Potato St Vg.,
Coffee or Tea & Dessr
Faturing our Salad Bar From $3.25
Dorothy's Dining Room
6445 N.E. 7th Avenue, Miami (American Legion Bid? on the Bey)
Open Sunday 4-9 P.M. Closed Mir '
Open Tues. thru Fri. 11 AM to 9 PM Sn< : PM
Telephone 754-288f
GORDON'S
seX SEAFOOD
M FRESH FISH
Dinner Specials from $2.95 to 4.95
12625 W. Dixie Highway Phone 895-4573
Open 7 Days from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m
Other Ucation6388 S. Dixie Highway
Scholarship Fund Established At Hillel Day School
The Hillel Community Day
5choci board of governors estab-
lished a -li.ll >1 Scholarship
i" at the recent quarterly
meeting.
The fund, which will allow the'
school to accept more chili
who si is well as i
llately re-
contribu-
tions from board members.
board als
[all for the coming year, in-1
eluding Mil tiael S h i k, ho
ted president' Dr. Meron
Levitats. vice president: Mrs. Irv-
ing K. :..-. and Arthur
Lipson treasurer.
It wi bus serv
:11 be extended next >ear to
the Miami Lakes srea. At pres-
m North
. far north as Tamarac.
Applications for registration
being accepted at the Hillel
2:288 Biscayne Blvd.,
imi Beach. Contact Mar-
! ecutive director.
Beth Am Confirmands
Award Recipients
During Confirmation exercises
at Temple Beth Am on Sunday
morning, the following eonfirm-
ands received awards: Ross Good-
man was presented with the Dr.
Irwin Lesser Award by the Beth
Am Erotherhood as "an out-
standing confirmand;" Wendy
Bittel received the David Light
award as "best exemplifying de-
votion to Jewish studies," and '
the Jeremiah award for "out-
standing service to Temple Beth
Am" went to Lee Efrcnson.
The confirmation class present-
ed an original cantata on the
theme "Hineni, Here I Am," with
orchestra, chorus and dance pres-
entations woven into the cantata.
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DATING BACK TO 19th CENTURY
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PRUNE JUICE
Made like you'd make
rtyS^
AE
-.
You may have done it before added
lust enough lemon to give .t an cid fash-
ioned flavor. Delicious. That's why a
fresh wedge c! lemon is added to Shedd's
Old Fashioned Prune Juice as it is bot-
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prune juice thatjs extracted not
squeezed. No pjlp, no skins, r.o t
cushed pits. Gocc and good for you.
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now with lemon added. Look for
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with a lemon ,\edce n your favorite
store's dairy case. It's there to keep
its fresher iiavor.
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+J*istntrkfiar
Friday, June 7. U74

r..~. E Dcy activities wcs
reeentatioa :: a prodan:ation iteckiiiag
June as Solidarity Day by the City of .*!.-
Coo isiicr.ers :c Mrs Mike "illlllTieiij.
chcirrr.ar. o: ScLiarity Dcy events. Attend-
ir.c the presentation ceremony w;re left to
::ch: Rev. Theodora Gibson. Mrs. Rose Gcr-
rioa Mian:, s Mayor Maurice A. Ferre. J. L.
number, Mrs, Surr.berg cr.d Manolo Re-
Doeo.
^ isil Here Shows Concern for Russian Jewry
Jew r.on-Jewijh com-
leaden -. :pport
a Jewi Monday in a
irity Day demonstration
back, the leaders
. in a 30-minute silent vigil
_ m on on the steps of the Dade
;. Courthouse to dramatize
the worsening plight of Jews in
" L'nion.
Ccortiir. he Community
Relations Committee cf the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, the vigil cu.minated 2 se-
ries of activities which e:e
planned to demonstrate commu-
nity concern fcr Soviet Jewry.
Solidarity Day. which is observ-
ed each year, was officially des-
ignated for June 2 this year.
J\S A Post and Auxiliary
Honor Sol and Ada Advr
The Jewish War Vetei
778
/.
ir the
Beth
AID Tl .'. m
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Following 1
d r.eil -.1. b? served and

.; Th
The d "i*-.., .
I
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1
patients at I i VA
Although the demand by Rus
Jews to emigrate has in
creased in the past few years
Jewish emigration cut of the So-
". Union has dropped more
than 25' sir.ee the beginning of
1974.
Jews who seek visas are often
subjected to harassment frorr
Soviet official! Their homes are
searched, and many are firec
from their job.-. Many Jews are
ja;:eri af:e: they request an exit
This -.' rtion has be* nx
coneeni of Ant lewi im
in (Heater II moo
ir concert
I :.
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WhoUlolt OislrTijte-i a'
CHEESE
PIZZA
v.-3';-' other
do whose kkfci owe to nosh
Its: a-1 S ~z a --s' ~ a
CO a g': :.s p zza c.e. So
eas. I "e'o 0' C-ef
E:,-Ar-Dee*. Chart hae :-t
It al! together in cne box:
p zza f!ojr mix, spec al
a,:e tatty c-eese. easy
c reel ona So In 2C utet
out 0' tha even will pop a
taxiing bubbly hoi pizza to
the c^e' s tasteand your
fa- 7 s. [BsBsr mae bM if
you vant a taste.) .
Summer Job Placement
Jnde^ Way At Beth Am
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Auction Benefits Scholarship Fund
A mammoth auction will be
YM-YWHA of Greater Miami.
85C0 SW 8th St.. Wednesday
it-T. : 1 be auctioned will :i
h indrecb ol V I P. itemi
and co'bctor's delights. s
cm g1*?s. ftJfrfWire. clothio*.
kitchen ware, appliance-,, carpet-
theatre passes, restaurants
hotel weekends, records, boul
hotel weekend-, records, bou-
I 'iu-. l.nick kna ks. original
nga and objets d"a:t are
avarrr
There 'vill b> a nr^-vi w and
VISIT OUB PIHSr/Cf
STUDIO. FAMOUS MIL
NaT Tlli WO*to
pre-sale of special items at 7pm
and at 8 p.m. the auction w |] o^
under way. tKi
Ail proceeds will bam: the
YMHA Scholarship Pond For
further information o
ian Becker at the Central
Donor Kick-Off Luncheon
V d : Beach Chaj f
lun-. lay j
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Tea irtraditionaraod Tetle, is tea
at its bestfavored m Jewish
homes for almost a hundred years.
In hot weather, there's nothing
like iced Tetley to really quench a
thirst'Make it with Tetley Tea Bags,
Iced Tea Mix pouches, or Tet'ey's
100% Instant Tea. Enjoy Tetley s big.
tea flavor for taste that never
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or meat-meal time, nosh time,
anyting is Tetley tim!
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ATRADITKMV SINCE 18751


Friday, June 7, 1974
eJewlst ncridffor
Page 5-B
Mrs. Ray Gruen Heads
Young Israel Sisterhood
Mrs. Ray Gruen will be in-
stalled as president of Young Is-
rael Sisterhood by Dr. Norman A
Bloom. Youn;.* Israel president.
Vvednesday at 8:30 D.m. in th
temple social hall.
Vice prr.-idents who will serve
with Mrs. Gruen include Mrs.
Doris Baumel and Mrs. Miriam
Alexander, ways and means: Mrs.
Joyce Frand and Mrs. Donna Gott-
lieb, membership; Mrs. Brenda
Levinson. nrosram: Mrs. Lillian
Labell. thrift shop; and Mrs. Ruth
Weinstein. Kiddush.
Other officers on the slate in-
clude Mrs. I ibby Sidersky. treas-
urer; Mrs. Dorothy Gartner and
Mrs. Lillian Hochfelson. financial
secretaries; Mrs. Molly Marcus.
Rabbi Landau
To Conduct
Services
JWV
Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth
David Congregation will conduct
Saboath evening services at the
annual Department of Florida
and Ladie Auxiliary convention
Jewish War Veterans, in the
Carillon Hotel Friday. June 28
at 3:30 p.m.
More than 500 delegates anr'
m-mbers of JWV and JWV.\
from 25 posts in Florida are ex
pected to nttr-nd the sta'e nnven
tion during the June 2830 week
end..
Cantor Mannie Mandel of N'ort1
Miami Beach, a past state JWV
commander, will chant the tradi
tbnal Sabbath prayers.
Ra'^bi Lai so- of Adull Education at F'.oridr
International Unlvrjlty, U i pa
president Of the R:ibb:r,:~a'. A
sociation of Greater Miami an^
the Southeastern Region.
Presently, nerving on th" exec
tive committee of th Rhb'Ic1
A'semblv and the United Syna-
gogue of America's board of di-
rix'tors, KaDoi Landau :.u? oeei.
spiritual lepdor of Beth David fo'
more than a decade.
Confirntands 1971
Present Cantata
At Ner Tamid
On Sunday at 10 a.m.. annua"
Confirmation Services will b
held in the Main Sanctuarv o'
Temple Ner Tamid. The confirm*
tion class of 1974 will present '
cantata in t**rv and ong entitled
"People With Souls."
Confirmands are Patti Avick
Julia Bader. Debbie Berens. Davi.
Beiman. Janet Bloom. Burtor
Borkan, Cheryl Cohen. Michael
E.t'enbere. Jeffrey Gordon. Amy
Gorin. Billy Kirsh. Lori Klein-
berg, Nathan Leight. Debby Lev-
rant, Miriam Levy, Lee Mandel.
Alex Milov. Jonathan Politano.
Wayne Savage. Oscar Schneider,
Gordon Shuminer and Jeffrey
Shuminer.
Following the services a recep-
tion will be tendered by the Sis-
terhood.
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The newly elected Sisterhood officers of
Temple Israel of Greater Miami are (from
left to right) Mrs. George Gilbert. Mrs. Ho-
ward Novell, Mrs. Harry Elson, Mrs. Jack
Schillinger, president, Mrs. Kenneth Rosen,
Mrs. William Lee, Mrs. Harry Levinson, Mrs.
Victor Faine, Mrs. Arnold Sacher and Mrs.
Bi'rton Kahn.
Temple Israel Launches Summer 'Pops' Programs
MRS. KAt GRUEN
corresponding secretary, and Mrs.
Elaine Leff. recording secretary.
Outgoing president is Mrs. Bun-
ny Schreiber.
"Summer in the Synagogue"
will be launched Friday evening
at Temple Israel of Greater Mi-
ami when a program on Soviet
Jewry is presented in tbi Morris
D. Wolfson Auditorium follow-
ing Sabbath Eve services.
Continuing tn- practice begun
two years age of "pops" pro-
gramming for each of the 14
summer Sabbaths, the Education
Board of the pioneer Reform
Jewish congregation will present
speakers and discussion, as well
as refreshments, in a relaxed at-
mosphere seated at tables in the
auditorium.
Marge Sanford will be the first
guest, speaking on "Soviet Jew-
ry: No Longer Silent." Architect
Kenneth Treister, discussing the
art of the synagogue; Bernard
Mandler. questioning "Who
Speaks for the Jew?", and Hal
Spaet, chairman of the Metro
Dade Youth Council, on the
problems of our young, will
round out the June schedule.
Beginning in July. Lea Aber-
man and Thelma Altshuler will
speak of "The Rise of Anti-Intel-
lectualism in Judaism," with the
Biblical books of Job, Jonah and
Ecclesiastes discussed on succes-
sive Friday nights by Rabbis
Joseph R. Narot, Robert Orkand
and Barry Tabachnikoff.
Several of the weeks in August
will be devoted to hearing state
and local candidates for publie
office prior to the early Septem-
ber primary election.
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bagels you're going to have for Sunday
breakfast. And the coffee that goes best with Pn^^tTTTl Lf
.them...mellow Maxwell House...the favorite iK?tViH'l Kosher
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Tests. Aids. Treatment
Being ;
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enc<
on the fjc of thi
who is enrolLv. in a ipeciaJ cia>.-
for the deaf
Youngsters hear the.:- f.r-t
sounds n. :ar in
the South Florida area
the efforts of Friends of the Deaf.
a pur
dorsefl bj "he Cnh f Mi
ami's School of Medicine
Utilizing the Univerdl facil-
ities at Jackson Memorial Hospi-
tal, the Friends o: the Deaf
station provides hearing
evaluations, as well as clinical
treatment and hearing equipment
for underpriv.Uged vc.ur.:
and adults who have hearing
lonea but are unable to afford
these services for themselves
Many parents do not recognize
signs of hearings losses and at-
Itisg bahv tor to
other causes. iae span-
out
Walk-A-Thoii Raises Fund* For
Memorial Library In Israel
Children of Temple Beth Shol
tm' <+chon] for l ivjng Jadarun
participated in a Walk-a-thon Sun-
OS) BMraini The bildrm lef*
from the temple at Chase Avoaae
and 4ist Street marehad I
m to Miajni Beach
S Dior High School and re:
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children of Safed m isitel who
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Delegates of BBW Units
Attend District 5 Confab
B'Dai Br-.th Women. Harnuay
Chapter, will hold its ia-t
:ng of the current club year 3
day at :h? Jefferson Nat ia.
Bank 301 Arthur Godfrey R |
Now chaster president Mrs
via Cohen, will serve as a dele-
gate to the 34th annual BBW Dis-
trict 5 convent.on to be held in
Atlanta from Saturday to Taes
day. June 8 to 11
n Blanche B Breitbart,
president of Bievenida Chapter.
BBW, has been elected as a dele
gate to represent her chapter at
the convention in Atlanta Other
delegates from this chapter are
pa.-t president Mrs Mathilde Vn-
tura. and vice president Mrs Bet-
ty Habif.
Women Clo-e Season
Beba Idelson Chapter of Pio-
neer Women ail] noli its final
meeting of the season Wednes-
day, at 12 p.m. at the Washing-
ton Federal. 1133 Normandy Dr.
Fanmt Gibson, president, nil!
conduct the meeting.
Religious School Award*
At Beih Am Fridav Eve
Temple Both An wi U
annual P.- School n
te Friday starting at 7 0
p.m Rabb: Herbert M. Baum-
gard. spiritual leader of th-
gregation. will speak on the
theme "Is School Ever Over"''
During the service young p-.1-
pie from kindergarten th.ough
eighth grade and members of the
mid-week Bohra* BMunl will be
Honored.
Awards Mill also be presented
to the following members of
BAFTY. Temple Beth Am Senior
Youth Group Lois Ellison. Lynn
Kauen. Karen Franco. Marjone
Kates. Nancy Bolotin ana Bteve
Bittel.
Beth Am operates one of
the largest Jewish Reiigijus
Schools in the Southeast There
are aDDroxini.it" ; I 300 students
in kindergarten through 10th
grade, the confirm .tion grade.
There are 3r. additional 100 stu-
denti :n the ,
High school : \
I
dergart;n. 35 in I
school, and 34 I
Hebrew ,. ..
is a pioaeerinj
gat.onal La;. Sc [
ica. I
Mrs. Linda Stuart ,
of the Cor.
Board Mr-
rector of Early c, if
tion Mrs Caue L
of the Hebrew Te; |
ard Dime taj
year as dninistrator [
Religious Srhol, uit.i Dtn3
Herman as dirtctoi
mediate Depar
Altman as coordinjt,.- y. the to]
mary Department |
in the fall, the roc
have a full-tin- offtti|
gious Education.
SUMMER
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in the cool comfort of
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Philharmonic
i Orchestra
I Alain Lombard
^ Music Director
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riday. June 7. 1974
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Page 7-B
ipring Semester Ends; ZJlpan
\Summer Program Beginning
Ciment Chairman Beatrice H. Gordon Memorial Wall
Of Landow Center Dedicated At Temple Beth El
Thursday, June 13, will mark
le conclusion of the spring
Dniester for almost 150 students
arolled in the Community Ulpan
ebrew Program conducted by
Se Central Agency for Jewish
duration, Herbert Zvi Berger,
Srector, indicated.
Just 11 days later, on Monday,
lune 24, the first series of inten-
live Ulpan classes ever held in
he Miami area during the sum-
ner months, will begin at loca-
tions in North Miami Beach,
Southwest and Miami Beach.
The Ulpan classes are open to
(dull- and high school students
ind are cosponsored by the CAJE
pf the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, the Israel Aliyah Center,
he American Zionist Federation.
rid the department of Education
bnd Cult'ire of the World Zion-
ist Organization. American Sec-
]lion. directed oy Dr. Abraham
Jannes.
The classes are accredited bv
liami-Dade Community College
iNorth for three college Credil .
[under the overall supervision of
|Dr. Harold Carter, director of the
[Department of Foreign Lan-
'71-75 Slate
Installed By
\Young Singles
Officers for the 1974-75 year
installed recently by the
(Voting P ofessionals and Profes-
sionals II, serving Dade and
lEroward County singles betwtm
|the ages of 20 and 50.
The slate for the coming jear
[includes Martin Listowsky, pres-
[ident: Kenneth Knoll, vice prcs-
[ident: Brenda Listowsky. treasur-
ler, ar.j Barb*** Niduvitch, sec-
retary. :3f'ne"'Cist owskys were
[founders of the group.
, A meeting has been scheduled
Sunday, June P. in the Cracked
ICrab Restaurant on Coral Way in
iMiarni. Members will bowl to
[{ether at the Carol City Lanes
| n Opa-locka Wednesday, June
|12, at 8:30 p.m.
The group plans a discotheque
Lance at the Crown and Lion
|l .ub on Biscayne Boulevard in
[.Miami Sunday, June 16, at 8 p.m.
[Rummage Sale Aids School
A rummage and white elephant
Isale, sponsored by the Sisterhood
of Tempi* Beth El. will be held
Wednesday at 9 a.m. in the Tobin
kAuditorium. 1351 South 14th
FAve.. Ho'.lywood. All proceeds go
| towards supporting the religious
school.
Wometco Theatres
pti]
PIUJI ROBCRt
NnM.V\ RCOTORO
THE STING
wr oun*ni *up
rvnotqe
guages, and Dr. Irene Cohen, Pro-
fessor of Hebrew at the college.
Ms. Suzanne Skidmore serves as
the liaison with the program and
the Department of Continuing
Education of the MDOC.
The summer Ulpan program
wi.l be held at the Young Israel
Synagogue at 990 NE 171st St.;
at Temple Zion. 8000 Miller Rd ,
evenings from 7:30 to 10 p.m.
June 24 through Aug. 22. Classes
will be held at Temple Beth
Sho'.om, 4144 Chase Ave., Mon-
day. Wednesday and Friday morn-
ings from 9:30 to 12:30 p.m. June
24 to July 25. All classes are
taught by qualified Ulpan instruc-
tors who have been specially
trained in the methodology of
modern language teaching.
In addition to the learning of
modern Hebrew, the Ulpan also
include* the culture of present
day Israel, including Israeli songs,
and dances, and discussions of
various aspects of cultural life of
the country.
In the fall th Community Ul-
pan program will expand to in-
code ciasses during both the
morning and evening hours in
the three majors sections of the
county Miami Beach. North
and the Southwestwith
is ai cr lited by MDCCN.
High school students and full-
time teachers and employees of
the Pade County School System
do not have to pay any fees for
the courses.
Serving on the Communitv Ul
Tan Hebrew Committee are Israel
Shapiro, director of the Israel
Aliyah Center: Harriet Greene,
president of the American Zim-
i-t Foundation: Levi Soshuk. vet-
eran Hebrew educator: Rita Cold.
I ".ran coordinator: and Herbert
Zvi Berger and Abraham J. Git-
te':son. director and associate di-
rector r*"Wti*Plv of the CAJE.
Dedication
Norman Ciment. well-known
community leader and attorney,
is serving as chairman of the
formal dedication ceremony for
Landow Yeshiva Center, which
vs ill take place Wednesday, ac-
cording to Morton Maybcrg,
president of the institution.
Melvin Landow, chairman of
the executive committee of Oho-
lei To ah School who was the
vital force behind the construc-
tion of the new iacility, will
serve as honorary chairman of
the dedication. Mr. and Mrs. Lan-
dow contributed more than $1
miliion towards the cost of erect-
ing the modern facility.
Three Miami Jewish commu-
nity leaders will be honored for
their selfless devotion and untir-
ing efforts in behalf of their Jew-
ish brethren, both here and
abroad. They are Dr. Abel Holtz,
president of the Bank of Miami
Beach: Robert Merlin, chairman
of Viking General Corporation,
and Leonard Ziibert, president of
Riverside Memorial Chapels.
Working with Mr. Ciment as
dinner coordinator will be Dave
Lit'-hultz.
The Yeshiva Center will be
functioning this summer, accord-
ing to Rabbi Sholom D. I.ipskar. '
principal. A number of programs
are scheduled, including a sum-
mer day camp. The facilities, he
added, will be used by adults a
weil as children: programs are
planned for parents and senior
citrons in addition to youth.
School furnishings have been de-
veloped by C. W. Robbins, Inc
to enhance the environment and
assure the greatest productivity
in education.
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Single Woman only. All Year
Around Phone: 949-6694.
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pi;
The installation of new officers
and board of trustees of Temple
Beth Ki will take place this week.
Offices are Robert M. Bae;,
president. Dr Norman Atkin. ex-
ecutive vice president: James Fox
Miller, vice president; Samuel
Schwartzman. vice president;
Theodore I.ifset. treasurer. Julefl
B. Gordon, financial secretary
and Milton Jacobs, secretary.
Named to the board of trustees
for one-year term.s were Judge
Morton L. Abram, Jack J. Alex-
ander, Dr. Norman Atkin. Melvin
H. Baer. Robert M. Baer. Dr.
Louis Bennett. Dr. Robert Blank.
Mrs. Henry Cohn. Mrs. Irving
Duskin. Mrs. Harold Firestone,
Dr. Abraham Fischler. Alfred
Golden. Jules B. Cordon. Robert
W. Gordon, Dr. Philip R. Gould
and Irving II. Green.
Also Sanford B. Heims. Dr.
Asher Hollander, Milton Jacobs.
Stuart Kaiiman, Myer Kirsner.
Dr. Rubin Klein, Hyman Kones,
Dr. Alvin Krasne. Jark I. Levy,
R. Mitchell Lewis. Theodre I.ifset,
James Fox Miller, L. Paul Nertel,
Dr. Saul Ni'/lv ry. Irving R.
Price. Samuel Sehwartanan,,Ber-
nard Schinder, Joseph Shmelzer,
A n.i-: v...:^,P. r-,,1 rhn'l
S. Wolfe.
In addition, there are three au-
t matic official members of the
board of trustees: Mrs. Hairy
Finer. Sisterhood president; Mil-
ton Jacobs, Brotherhood presi-
dent, and Lewis E. Cohn, imme-
diate pa-t Drpt-'Hent.
Dedication of the "Beatrice H.
Gordon Memorial Wail" is also
scheduled during Fjiday evening
services. The memorial wall,
which will bear the tablets in
memory of the beloved departed,
will be dedicated on behalf of
Jules B. Gorcon, in loving mem-
ory of his wife.
The late Mrs. Gordon was a
loyal and faithful member of the
congregation and a generous ben-
efactress to many national and
local chat itios.
Dance Party For Singles
The Young Professionals and
Professionals II. serving Dade
.ind B oward County Singles in
their 20's through 40's are co-
orinn a dance narty featur-
ing Barry Dale at 3622 Coral Way,
Coral Gables, Sunday at 8 p.m.
Members and non members are
invited.
HAVE YOU FORGOTTEN
YOUR MOST IMPORTANT RELATIVE
ISRAEL
One paragraph in YOUR WILL,
I give and BEQUEATH S...........................
TO THE
ISRAEL HISTADRUT FOUNDATION
It'/'// assure the continued flow
of financial support to Israel
for constructive Programs
of HISTADRUT
AND
Your contribution to a
HISTADRUT ANNUITY TRUST
will pay you and your spouse
AN INCOME of 8.57o
and mil help provide
LOW-COST MORTGAGES
for Israeli
ARMY VETERANS
AND
YOUNG COUPLES
ivBaiHi PltlM dsttch and n .i on. j
ISRAEL HISTADRUT FOUNDATION. Inc.
420 Lincoln Road, Suite 389,
AAiami Beach, Fla. 33139
Tel: 531-8702
Gentlemen:
I would like to consider:
A Bequest for the benefit of Histadrut's
Health, Education and Welfare Programs
in Israel.
[~i The creation of income through
a Histadrut Annuity Trust.


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Friday. Jan 7. 1974
It was a family affair at a recent surprise party in honor of
(left to right) Dr. Irving and Belle Lehrman's wedding anni-
versary hosted by daughter Rosalind with Harry and Rose
Rort, Dr. Lehrman's sister, part of the inner circle.
Irr. Irving and Belle Lehrman's
wedding anniversary turned inio
a sentimental and emotional af-
fair when daughter RosaJind
gathered the members of the im-
mediate family for a surprise
party which Belle admitted later
was the first of the many sur-
prise parties tendered them
through the years which truly as-
tounded her!
Rosalind, an English teacher at
Nautilus Junior High School, had
made all the arrangements for
the elegant champagne brunch
held in the Diplomat Hotel's Nas-
sau Room overlooking the golf
course.
Dark pink and white checkered
cloths covered the round tables
with centerpieces of bright
spring flowers. The sumptuous
menu included eggs a la Rubin-
Stein an egg on a toasted muf-
fin topped with smoked salmon
and a hoiiandai.-e sauce, dover
veronique. cheese ravioli
rr.arinara. cheese blintzes. assort-
ed smoked fishes including smok-
ed Danish brook trout with sauce
raifort. baby tomatoes on the
vine and hearts of paim. Piece
de resistance was the dessert
bowls of enoimous fresh straw-
berries topped with a vanil.a
sauce, individual fruit tarts and
a specialty for Mrs. Lehrman.
chocolate mousse. Roz knows her
mom's weakness for chocolate.
Sharing the happy excitement
of the day were Rabbi Lehrman's
sister Rose and spouse Harry
Rott, Belle's mother, Mrs. Israel
(Frieda) Goldfaib, and her three
sisters with their husbands:
Hannah and Abraham Michel-
man. Thelma and Mitchell Rubi-
now, Leah and Montaci Alter-
man. Also "almost members of
the family." Judge Herbert Sha-
piro, president of Temple Emanu-
El. and wife Ruth, a past presi-
dent of Emanu-El Sisterhood.
Dancing and a strolling accor-
dionist kept the mood festive, but
sentiment woi. out when Roz
found herselt too emotional to
read the poem "We Have Lived
and Loved Together" by Charles
Jeffreys, so instead, presented it
to her parents in the Book of
Remembrance.
But even beautiful days come to
an end. and soon it was time for
farewells as duty -nd a 2:30 p.m.
flight to the E.-.pire City called
to the Lehrmans who were or;
their way to a national conven-
tion.
A round of parties throughout
the nart weekend honored Edwin
Stephen font's graduation at
Guzman Hall Sunday from the
University of Miami School o"
Medicine. Harold and Helen
Pont, parents of the brand new
medical doctor, hosted a cocktail
party following the graduation
exercises which was attended by
many out-of-town relatives in-
cluding daughter Lyn, a bride of
a year, and her husband. Dr.
Steven i. Oxter, resident at the
Philadelphia Naval Hospital. Dr.
Susan Dethoviri
P-nt was an honor student at
Coral Gables High School, and
eaimd his BA degree at the Uni-
versity of .Miami. He will intern
at Jacksonville's University Hos-
pital.
a
Susan Leah Dechovitz, daueh-
ter cf David and Judith LVcho-
viu of Jackson Heights. N.Y..
and North Bay Village, graduat-
ed from New-
York Univer-
sity at com-
m e n c e -
ment exer-
cises held
June 6 at Ma-
dison Square
Garden. ,
Susan is rep-
resentative of
a new breed j
of student,
having chal-
lenged suc-
cessfully the normal course of ;
the preparatory educational sys- .
tem. Htr perseverance and need
to prove a point led her to an
accelerated program of studies
all the way u? to college, bring-
ing her to graduation at 19 years
of age, some three years earlier
than the average student's prog-
ress.
Havinf received her Bachelor
of Arts degree in politics and
writing. Ms. Dechovitz pian t:>
enter law school this coming
Septemtc-
it it
Dr. Mana-Zucca. American com-
poser, will be the honoree Sun-
day when the students of Esther
Barrett give their lifth annual
musical salute program, Partici '
pants will include Laura Gaither.
Hara and Abby Waldman, Donna
Palley. Michcle and Patrice She-
hip. Audrey, Ava. Andrea and
Alex Fr.--.iDd. Killy Willner, Mi
cah Wechslrr. Dennis Green and
Matthew Leone.
to ft ft
The mood, the setting, the ac- '
cents and the food combined to
make the guests at the I.eRoy
Wiener waterfront home feel
they were in the land of milk
and honey. Zipora Wiener, a!
bright and beauteous sabra, in-
vited many of her Israeli friends
M well as Americans and served
pita, humus, thicinah, Israeli sal-
ad and eggplant. Guests listened
and danced to the music of the '
Mark m Orchestra, a talented
group comprised of Mark Marks
and his three sons. Kim, Gary,
and Larry, who are now making
a tour of Israel and will also en-
tertain the wounded in the hos-
pitals. Main reason for the gath-
ering was the film on Chaim
Sheba Hospital at Tel-Hashomer
where the hostess once was a pa-
tient, a casualty of a battle in
Israel. The over 1.000 bed medi-
cal center treats many of the in-
firm in the country as well as
the critically wounded back from
the frontlines.
Zippy greeted her guests in a
stunning red jersey long gown
with fitted bodice and spaghetti
straps. Just back from Israel was
Hava Rywlin. wife of Dr. Arkady
Kywlin. looking pretty in a full
length patchwork skirt and
matching jacket. Alan Margolis
escorted his lovely wife. Gwen.
who donned a summery' lng
frock, featuring a blue denim
skirt and red and white long-
sleeved top and high collar. Also
seen were Kenneth Schwartz
with his Maxine in checked pants
topped with a white silk blouse
and vest. Robert Krinzman and
his Israeli wife. Sarit, in white
slacks and a striking red and
white striped knit shirt. Seen
strolling through the lush gar-
dens were Felice and Gerald
Schwartz, liana and Jack Bur-
stiner and Eva and Steve Feig.
After viewing the film every- -
one sat at tables scattered around
the poo! and feaster on a mid-
night breakfast of nova scotia.
cream cheese and bagels and all
the trimmings imaginable.
Members of the Miami Chapter of Hadassah who planned
the donor-installation luncheon held Sunday, May 19, at the
Deauville Hotel included (left to right) Mrs. Arthur Hirshbein,
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Some 250 community leaders lined the steps
of the Dade County Courthouse for a 30-
minute vigil Monday to demonstrate their
concern for the plight of Jews living in the
Soviet Union. The demonstration culminated
the events of Solidarity Day, an annual ob-
servance held across the nation to gain
community support from people of all reli-
. gions for Jews now seeking to leave Russia.
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Presidency of Greater Miami Jewish Federation Women's
Division passing from Mrs. Irving Wexler, immediate past
president to Mrs. Harry B. Smith, who was installed for the
1974. 75 term at a ceremony Thursday, May 30.
Mrs. Harry Smith IS etc Prexy
Of GMJF Women-s Division

Continued From Page IB
Inez Krensky is a past president
of the GMJF Women's Division,
and whose husband is a GMT
vice president, was one of the
original members of the division
starting v1 195fi
She has served in various of
fices and nositions in the division
throughout the years and is pros
entry on the budget and plan
ning committee on Jewi-h educa
tion. culture and religion, and
participated in leading two Mianv
missions to Israel in 1973 an<:
1974.
Mrs. Smith was the recipient
of the president's Young Leader-
f,>:ip Award in 1968 and with her
husband Harry was honored by
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tion at a dinner in 1970.
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ami Beach and have three chil
dren. Lou Ann. 17; Joey, 15; and
David. 10.
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Landau of the Beth David Congregation;
Miami Commissioner Rose Gordon; State
Representative Harvey Ruvin; Rev. William
Vvmis; Lonald E. Lenon, chairman of the
Federation's Foreign Jewry Committee; Mrs.
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Rabbi Abramowitz Names Graduation
Kallah Residence Scholar
Temple Menorah's Rabbi May-
er Abjtamowitz, president of the
Southfast Region Rabbinical As-
sembly of Amerttt. has announc-
ed that Rabbi Mordecai Waxman.
newly elected president of the
Rabbinical Assembiy, will be
Schoiar in Residence at the
Southeast Region Kallah to be
held at the Gateway Inn in Or-
lando Monday and Tuesday, June
17-18.
Merriers of tli> Rabbinical As-
sembly throughout the Southeast
Region, which includes Florida,
Georgia. South Carolina. Ala-
bama. Tennessee, and Louisiana,
aie expected to attend the Kal-
lah, which will deal with con-
cerns for the religious future of
the American-Jewish community.
Topics to be dealt with at the
se.:s:ons, according to Rabbi
Abramowitz writhe "the evolving"
and growing place of women in
synagogue life, the challenge of
youth programs in the synagogue,
the concerns with programming
for the older adult membership,
and the potentialities of the
Havurah Movement in the syn-
agogues."
Rabbi Waxman, who has been
rabbi of Temple Israel of Great
Neck. NY for the past 27 years,
was elected president of the 1,100-
merober Rabbinical Assembly
la-t month. He is the author of
many books dealing with Con-
se:vat:\e Judaism.
Young Performers In
Mid-Season Recital
The Society for Young Per-
formers is holding its mid-season
Spring musicale Saturday. June
15, at 8:i5 p.m. With Pauline
as h.'.-U'ss. tho rerital is
i for Suite 1010-B at the
Roney P.a?a Motel. Refreshments
wi serv d and reservations
arc -ugiested.
The program for the evening
feature Jeremy Miller. 16-
old violinist who recently
was awarded a scholarship from
the Broward Svmohonv Orches-
tra. He will be joined in' duets
with his younger sister Dorothy.
Also among performers will be
16-year-old pianist Patricia Tao.
Wayne Basker, 16-year-old flaut-
ist, and Carla Gerstel, 14. who
will offer a program of dramatic
ressiona.
At 7 p.m. prior to the concert.
auditions for new talent will b2
held in the ame suite.
Ruth Brotman is foundor-
: denl of the Society for
Younp Performers.
Mount Sinai Budget Allocation For
Free Care Exceeds Requirements
State Bureau of Community proud of its ability to continue
Medical Facilities has been noti- its humanitarian efforts in pio-
fied by Lee Faulconer. comptrol- viding quality medical care to in-
ler of Mount Sinai Medical Cen- digent iesidents of Fiorida,"
b r. that its budgeted allocation stated Faulconer.
to provide free meuieal care to ---------------------------------
the community has exceeded the
minimum requirements and,
therefore, qualified for funds un-
der the federal Hill-Burton Act.
In a letter to Nathaniel W.
Ward, Jr.. the Bureau's Hospital
consultant. Mount Sinai's Comp-
troller reported that audited fi-
nancial statements for the year
I December 31. 1973. reflect
actual free care rendered in the
amount of SI.630,679. while budg-
eted free care for the year of
1974 totalled SI.828,162.
Faulconer pointed out that the
-ted allocation is more than
I bis the minimum require-
ment.
"Mount Sinai Medical Center is
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The Rare Fruit Council Inter-
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Saturday on the grounds of the
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to the public.
A.though thousands of plants
available for purchase in
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grow in South Florida as well a
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Emanu-El
Joint graduation exercises of
taw Lehrman Day School and of
the afternoon religious school of
Temple Emanu-El of Miami
Beach will be held Thursday.
June 13, at 7:30 p.m. in the
Friedland Ballroom.
Dr. Irving Lehrman of Temple
Emanu-El, rabbi of the congre-
gation and founder of the day
school named in his honor, will
be the principal speaker. Also
taking part in the program will
be Judge Frederick N. Barad,
chairman of the Temple Emanu-
El school board, and Mrs. Mae
Perlstein. principal of the Lehr-
man Day School.
The Temple Emanu-El PTA
will host a reception in the
Pearlman Mural Room honoring
the graduates and their parents
immediately following the grad-
uation ceremonies. This year
marks the first time that ninth
grade graduation exercises have
been held by the Lehrman Day
School.
Valedictorian of the junior
high school graduates is Diane
Buchwald, with Susan Held win-
ning ;in award for general excel-
lence in studies. Elizabeth Mar-
en- will receive the service
award: Cnrig Versi] has been
selected for excellence in Bible
studies and Neil Rose for excel-
lence in Siddur.
Sixth grade graduates are led
by Lisa Rott, who will be honor-
ed for general excellence, and by
Bonnie Moore, who excelled in
Hebrew studies. Other graduates
include Andrew Baron, Gregg Be-
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Rochelle Carrni, Brian Cole. Mi-
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Hilary Unger. Helen I'rman, Jay
White. Joanne Wolf and Sigalit
Wolfm.
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Division met recently for a parlor meeting in the home of
Mrs. Samuel Adler, (seated) on oehalf of the GMJF's 1974
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tobin Marg^lis
TOAN HALPERN
fan, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Helpcrn of North Miami
Beach, will he B:ir Mitsvih Sat-
urday, June 8, at Temple Tifereth
Israel.
..Jan is an honor student at John
F. Kennedy Junior High School.
A Kiddush will be hosted by
the eelebrunt's parents after the
ceremony and a reception will be
hield at their home Saturday eve-
ning.
to to -ir
DAVID GARFINKLE
tavid, the son of Vr; Adele
Gartinkle, 300 Bayview Dr., and
Howard Garfinkle. '777 P.ne
Tree Dr., will be called to the
Torah as a Bar M;t/vah Satur-
day, June a. at Temp <::..,: jf
North Dade.
The cel.'hrant is a student at
Lear School.
A reception in David'; honor
will be hold Saturday at the Eden
Hole!
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ROBIN MARGOI.1S
Robin \nn. daughter of Mr.
and Sirs. Allan Margolis. will be-
come Bat Mitzvah Saturday, June
8,iat Temple EmanuEi.
^The celebrant will be honored
with a Kiddush after the service.
^Robin's grandparents, Mr, and
in. Joseph Liedman, and Mrs.
Dorothy Margolis, wiii attend the
event.
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Charles stein
Charles Skim.;.. --. >:' ''.--
Cynthia Stein, will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday. June 3, at
Temple Emanu-El.
Charle- is a seventh ?ade stu-
dents at Ida Fisher Junior High
School.
The celebrant's grandparents,
Mr. and Mr.-. Sam Krunu-r, wi,l
ttend the event
SHARON POPKIN
Sharon Elise, daughter of Mrs.
(Fred K. Shochet and Joseph S.
Popkin, will celebrate her Bat
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion Friday evening. June 7.
The celebrant, a seventh grade
student at K\orglades School fur
Girls, attended the Hebrew AcaJ-
emy of Greater Mia.iu tor six
years.
Mrs. Shiwhet will host the Kid-
dush Immeriintelv following the
services and Sharon will mark
the occation with a party for her
school friends.
to to to
MARK SHERMAN
Mark Lelar.d, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Sherman, will be-
come a Bar Mitzvah during 8:30
a.m. Shabbat services at Beth
Torah Congregation Saturday,
June 8.
Mark is in the fourth grade at
Beth Torah's Harold Wolk Reli-
gious School an 1 is a member of
the North Miami Beach Optimist
winning basketball team.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman will
honor their son at the Kiddush
following the ceremony and at
a reception to be held at the Pal-
ace Playhouse Room of Seacoast
Towers East. Among guests will
be the celebrant's maternal
grandmother, Mrs. Jean Solomon
of New York City.
to to to
RICHARD WEINSTEIN
Early Saturday morning serv-
ices at Beth David Congregation
will include the Bar Mitzvah of
Richard Jeffrey Weinstein Satur-
day June 8.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Weinstein. 82<0 SW 103rd St..
the celeb:ant is in the seventh
grade at Glades Junior High
School and has at'ended Beth
David Religious School for Ir e
years He is a member of the
Howard Palmetto Khoury League
Baseball Team and umpire in the
Continental Khoury League.
Richard will be fet -d at a re-
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David Garfinkle Scott Acktrstein Charles Stein
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Country Ciub. Among guests will
be his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Slavin. and great-
grandmother. Mrs. Rose Fields, a
founder of Beth David.
to to -v
SCOTT ACKERSTEIN
Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al-
bert Ackerstein. will celebrate
his Bar Mitzvah duiing early
morning services at Beth Torah
Congregation Saturday, June 8.
The celebrant is an honor stu-
dent at John F. Kennedy Junior
High School and at Beth Torah's
Harold Wolk Religious School
where he is in the fourth grade.
Scott will be honored by hi;
parents at the Kiddush following
the services. Among guests win
be Cantor and Mrs. Albert Glantz.
it A to
MARK TAGRI.N
Saturday morning. June 8. in
the main sanctuary of Tern lie
Ner Tamid. Maik Joseph, son of
Mr. and .Mrs. Irving T'gri- will
be Bar Mitzvah.
ve. A BY5
Mark Sherman Richard Weinstein Jan Halptrn
Mark is a studen* at Ner Ta-
mid Religious SchoCi and attends
North Miami Junior .:igh Schol.
where he ;s or the school swim-
ming team.
A Kiddush [11 follow 1 serv
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sailing, water skiing, aiscotheque. band -*Wr"^ r /^, N
entertainment, talent shows, drama workshop, movies v/*i/
bowling, driver education Trips to Disney World (1'4
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Nassau. Deep Sea Pishing, Instructions m Bridge,
Chess 4 Backgammon. Weight Control Program
100% Air-Condit.o-^ed
Directon: Victor Jicebion, Abo Rifkin, Ernie lanford, Jim Eg
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Temple Beth Shalom Officers To
Be Elected At Annual Meeting
Temple Beth Sholom will hold
its annual meeting Sunday at the
temple. The formal meeting will
take place at a 10:30 a.m. break*
la-t followed by the closint
sembly of the temple's School for
Living Judaism.
James S. Knopfee will be re-
elected president of the C01
gation: serving with him will be
a slate including Gary R. Ge
Dr. Solomon Lichter. Mrs. Anna
Miller and Leonard Miller, vice
presidents; David Miller, treas-
urer; Marvin Cooper, financial
secretary; and Dr. Walter G.
Sail, general secretary. In addi-
tion, a 30-member board of di-
rectors will be elected.
Students o.' the School for Liv-
ing Judai.mi will present a mu-
sical drama entitled "Joseph and
His Amazing Technicolor Dream
Coat" at the final assembly. The
presentation will be made under
the direction of Cantor David
Conviser and Jay VV. Jensen.
JAMES S. KNOPKt
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Dramatics, Singing and Dancing
Arts and Crafts
Bowling and Roller Skating
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Weekly Trips and Tours to Places
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Science In Fully Equipped Labs
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r" Hebrew Academy Students
To Graduate Tuesday Night
I]{*hhl xy3&L I--t'hrfie!d' at,in
aiul Irving "Frlcl presi-
dent of the Greater Miami He-
brew Academy will b.' the speak-
ers Tuesday night at the annual
graduation exerciser of the H">
brew Academy's junior high
school in the Miami Beach school's
auditorium. 2400 Pine Tree Dr.
The Hebrew Academy Choir.
under the direction of Jack Don-
net, will present a special pro-
gram in honor of the record
graduating class. Richard Frank-
hauser, assistant principal for
Knglish. will present diplomas to
84 graduates.
Rabbi Meir Bakst. assistant
principal for Hebrew, will pre-
sent special awards to the gradu-
ates. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal of the Hebrew Academy
now on Sabbatical in Israel, will
send a special message to the
graduates.
Ann D. Rosner will serve as
salutatoiian and Rebecca Gadon
won honors as valedictorian for
the ninth grade graduates of the
Torah Umesorah affiliated school
which is a beneficiary agency of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed
eration.
Other awards to be presented
will be mathematics, presented by
the Hebrew Academy Women
distinguished scholar. Nor Isle
Optimist Club; journalism. Jew-
i.-h Floridian: Rose L. Ritter
Scholarship memorial fund, Bar-
nett Bank of Miami Beach: En-
glish. Mrs. B. I. Binder; Talmud.
Mr and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard:
social studies. Hebrew Academy
P.T.A.; President's, Irving Firtel:
service, Hebrew Academy; Bible,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Genet; fine
arts, Isidore Lauer; American Le-
gion, Miami Beach Post No. 85:
sportsmanship, Max Silverberg:
Torah Im Derech Eretz, Aaron S.
Lauer.
Seymour B. Liebnian Honored By
Bicentennial Research Institute
Prof. Seymour B. Liebman. his-
torian, author and university lec-
turer, and long-time resident of
the Greater Miami area, has been
selected to appear as a reference
source in the Library of Human
Resources by the American Bi-
centennial Research Institute.
The honone. president of the
i.-h Historical Society ol
South Florida, is considered an
authority on the historj of the
.lows in Latin America and in
the Middle Bast W ithin the next
feu weeks the publication "f two
us latest lio.k- will have been
i impleted. The first will he un-
der the Imprimatur of the Amer-
an Zionist Fe I tration and the
second, "The Gr< al Aul i de Fe
of 1649," by Coronado Pr
The book on the Middle Fast
presents the problems of the
area and the difficulties and mis-
understandings in an entirely
new light. The mass media and
Israeli diplomats and American
Jewry have fallen into the trap
of misusing several words that
are devoid of the meanings that
are implied in them.
Prof. Liebman has been Ad-
junct Research Scholar at the
University of Miami's Institute of
Inter-American Affairs for the
past three years. He is chairman
oi t.h.' G|*eater Miami Jewish
Federation's Committee on the
Middle Bast, serves on the na-
tional board of the American
Zionist Federation, and is edi-
tor of "Mid Fast Rep trt." pub-
lished by the South v:
Chapter of the American Zionist
Federation.
Israel* To Be Theme Of 21t!i
Annual Creative Arts Contest
"Israel: A Land of 4.000 Years,
A Land of Today.'* has been an-
nounced as the theme of the 24th
annual International USY Cre-
ative Arts Contest.
In explaining the contest
theme, Miss Fern Allen of Bay-
s d". N.Y.. the contest chairman,
Bus Service For
S. Beach Seniors
To Summer Camp
Commissioner Rose Gordon,
chairwoman of the YM-YWHA
Senior Adult Advisory Commit-
tee, reports that a special trans-
portation service will be avail-
able for South Beach residents
for the YMHA Senior Adult Sum-
mer Camp.
Mrs. Gordon noted that the
.special route was added to ac-
commodate the large number of
South Beach residents who wish-
ed to join the camp and added
that there is still room available
on the South Beach bus for "any-
one wishing to take advantage
of this fantastic opportunity."
The Senior Adult Camp lo-
cated on the 22-acre central
YMHA site, 8500 SW 8th St., of-
fers a specialized four-week pro-
gram geared to the needs of sen-
ior citizens,
Activities include swimming
lessons, dancing, arts and crafts,
sports, games and a trip each
I riday to meal points of interest.
The camp runs imm June 24 to
July 19.
For further information on
the camp and registration call
Arlene Miller, camp director, at
the Central Y.'
said: Jewish attachment to Is-
rael has been a binding force in
the unification of Jews all over
the world. It can be seen in the
synagogue and on the battlefront.
in donations of time and money,
and in the extensive travel to
this far-away land.
"The contest is a challenge to
one's imagination through poet-
ry, short stories, photographs,
sculptures, paintings and original
prayers.
Robert Leifert, contest coordi-
nator, indicated that art entries
should include a written state-
ment explaining the artist's in-
tent and that all works must have
a title. Written entries should be
a maximum of 3,000 words, type-
written, double-spaced on 8h x
11" paper.
All entries should include the
name and address of the contest-
ant in addition to his USY chap-
ter and synagogue, age and
grade in school.
Entries should be sent to: In-
ternational USY Creative Arts
Contest. 218 E. 70 St.. New York
N.Y. 10021. The deadline for ap
plications is Nov. 1, 1974.
Judge, Mayor To Receive
Plaques Of Appreciation
Judge Herbert S. Shapiro and
Miami Beach Mayor Chuck Hali
will be among the eight recip-
ients of plaques of appreciation
from the Asthmatic Children'^
Foundation of Florida, in recog-
nition of many years of outstand
ing. dedicated service to the non
profit organization.
The awards will be presented
Saturday during graduation cer-
emonies at the Foundation's Res-
idential Treatment Center, 1800
NE 168th St., at which time 14
rehabilitated asthmatic young-
sters will be discharged.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Behring, (left) are
shown with the four teachers at Pine Crest
School who shared the three $5,000 Out-
standing Teacher Awards they established
last year during a special presentation as-
sembly May 30. Recipients of the teacher
incentive awards are mathematics teacher
John K. Madigan. social studies instructor
Charles Millspaugh, instrumental music
teacher Dale Wadman, and J. Wiliam Mug-
sey, athletic director physical education
teacher and football coach.
EJ Al Flights To
Frankfurt Set
El Al has decided to inaugurate
a regular flight schedule between
Frankfurt and Jerusalem next
winter, subject to approval by the
West Germany Government, the
airline's president. Mordechai
Ben-Ari. has announced.
If the flight is approved, it wil
also be offered to German Luf
thansa as called tor by the avia-
tion agreement between Israel
and Germany. Mr. Ben An said,
The decision was made possible
by recent improvement- ma
Liu il :'. airport atAtarot.The
improvements included lent
inl of the runways and installa-
tion of adequate communications
and flight control equipment.
Harold Viiiik Reelected Bv
Beth Sholom Brotherhood
Harold B. Vinik was relected
president of the Brotherhood of
Temple Beth Sholom of Greater
New JWV Post Names
1974/75 Officers
Department of Florida Com-
mander M. Jay Berliner. Jewish
War Veterans, has announced
that during a meeting of JWV'j
national executive committee in
Nov.- York last month, a charter
was granted to the Homestead
Naranja Post No. 384
William Samet. founder of the
new post, is a past commander
of JWV's Miami Po>t No. 174 of-
ficers of the new post include
David Fried, commander; Phil
Sperling, senior vice commander;
Bernard Merkin, junior vice com-
mander; Charles Klein, quarter-
master; and David Seller, ad-
jutant.
Wometco Movie Club
Starting June 18
WnmetcYs 20th "Summer Mov-
ie club. Parents can purchase
be held every Tuesday for eight
weeks at the Palm Spring, the
Twin at Dadeland. the 163rd St
Theatre, and the Gatewav in Fort
Lauderdale.
This year it will be a "Double-
FeatureDouble Your Fun" mov-
ie club. Barents can purchase
tickets from any of the above
theatres in a series or on an in-
dividual basis. Tickets are on
sale now.
HAROLD f. VINIK
Miami at the final monthly
breakfast of the sea-on Ma; 2fl
Officers elected t.> serve with
him include Aaron Farr. Philip
Davis, and Perry Fabian, vice
presidents: Edward Perlow, treas
urer; Irwin Tepli;. recording sec-
retary': and Samuel Leiner, cor
responding secretary
The board of directors includes
Maivin Cooper. Herman J. Eaton.
Dr. Samuel Granof. Kenneth
Hershey. Charles Levine, Dr.
Solomon Lichter. Herbert M
Lowenstein, Michael Mersel. Dr
Morris Milstein. Joseph A. Nevel.
Joseph Pardo. Marvin Pehr!
Philip Postelnek. Sidney Rock-
well, Irvin Rosenstein. Murray
Rubin. Paul Ruthfield. Dr. Wal-
ter G. Sail. Charles Silver,, M
William Smith. Marvin Stonberg,
Sid Sussman. Herbert L. SybeM,
Leon U .ger. Murray B. Weil. Jr
and Peter Weissman
Plaques and gifts of apprecia
ion for outstanding service to
the Brotherhood were presented
MARINE SCIENCE
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SCUBA SNORKELINC LAB SESSIONS
SAILING ARTS 6. CRAFTS CANOEING
UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHY
Scientists from leodmg Oc-onogrophic Univ.. Gov't A
oes, ond Industries port.opate. Camper, explored
Ocean and Gull ot Mexico.
located on Big Pine Key, Florida
ArAM.d by 'h* Amerlcan Camp.ng Assoc.
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Mr. and Mrs. David G een Ifr.
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Mrs. Charles Levin Jear^
Pre cott, Mrs. Samu<
Miss Rita Stain, Mi. v.. '-
Mrs. Ceil Swickle an
ing Yoffv.
Dr. Leon Kronisl
leader of Beth Sholom. praised
the Brotherhood for .:- stand-
ing service to Beth Sholom Th
Brotheiliood supports the .
Activities of tl IV np
scholarship p
the annual Conflrmal
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Carl S. Rosenberg Elected
'resident Of Temple Menorah
ICarl S. Rosenberg has been
feeted president of Temple Me-
y.ih of Miami Beach. He .-ul-
Robert L. Siegel, who will
| it board of directors.
The youthful Mr. Rosenberg
ka- born in Boston, Mass. He
graduated from Northeastern
University with a Master of Busi-
lesa Administration degree be-
J[or? coming to Miami Beach in
B&67.
Locally Mr. Rosenberg is en-
gaged in several business ven-
tures. He became interested in
[Temple Menorah when his wife.
JMimi. was elected president of
|the Temple's PTA in 1968.
The newly elected president
Iserves on the University Council
of his alma mater and is vitally
concerned with the Jewish com-
munity, specifically with the
grown of the synagogue. He says
he considers it a personal chal-
lenge to further the religious,
cultural, and educational goals of
the tejpplc.
In/iitstalling the new president.
Rabbi Abi-amowitz, spiritual lead-
er at the .temple, declared,
"Amongst., many priorities which
demand the interest of Jews, the
synagogue must receive first pri-
ority because it is the founda-
tion stone upon which Jewish
survival rests. When young peo-
ple turn to the synagogue for in-
spiiation. the future of Judaism
is secure."'
PI' ."t-rt to srve with Mr.
Rosenberg are the following of-
ficers: Robert L. Siegel, chair-
man oniie_b,oar Paul Kasden, Herman Obcrman,
William Sucher, and Julio Schni-
ado^ki. vice presidents; Sheldon
Lelchuk, secretary: Harry Car-
man, treasurer; Dr. Morton Korn.
financial secretary, and Louis J.
Wert.teb, assistant financial sec-
rv.
Serving together with the of-
a .Tirinbers of the board
of directors are Irving H. C'ypers.
Gidale Feldenkreis, Nate Click
man. Alfred Golden, Jo."-l Gra\.
Marvin Greenwald. Abraham
Huppert. Philip Israel, Rafael
Kravec, Morris Lipsen, Abraham
Savelle, Sam Schiffman, Edgar
I). Schraub. Edward H. Schuman,
Jacob S. Siegel, Isidore Wollo:
wick, and Dr. Stephan Zaron.
Also David Alper. Ronald Baron,
Aaron F. Berger, Hyman Berg-
son. Benjamin Botwiniek, Mi-
chael B:egman. David Canter,
Isidore Denbuig, Abraham Ejen-
baum. Manny W. Goldberg, Abra-
ham Grunhut, Harvey L. Hart-
man. Alfred Kaplan. Joseph
Schmukier. Frederic Warren, and
Jose Weiss.
Honorary vice presidents are
Dr. Samuel D. Greenfield,
Emanuel Lebowitz, Joseph Mans-
bach and Charles Sommer.
Trustees are Hyman I. Cohen,
Louis DeCoveny, Murray M.
Friedman. Harry J. Knight] Sam-
uel Malow, Joe Rubin, Jerrv
---".'" and Irwin Zuckerman.
YtHUDA BAUER
Dr. Bauer Here
To Visit Leaders
Of Cuban Jewry
Dr. Yehuda Bauer, director of
the world renowned Institute of
Contemporary Jewry of the He-
brew University of Jerusalem
was to meet leaders of the South
Florida Cuban Jewish commu-
nity Thursday night at the Miami
Beach home of Dr. Pablo Taeh-
mes.
Dr. Tachmes has taken a lead-
ership position in Greater Miami
campaigns among the Cuban
Jewish community for State of
Israel Bonds, thj United Jewish
Appeal and the American Red
Magen David for Israel.
D-. BauT also was to speak
in Palm Beach Thursday after-
noon at a reception in the home
ni Dr. and Mrs. John H. Merey.
1> Ilauer is the author of
"Flight and Rescue: Brichah."
tii.' trui story of the organized
e cape of the Jewish survivors
of the Hitler Holocaust from
1944 through 1948,
Arrangements for Dr. Bauer's
visit hen are being coordinated
! Albert A Dorner, regional di-
rector of the American Friends
H< br< w University, Harry
A Levy, president of the
1 ami hapter. and Dr.
president of
I ti Bi ach County Chaptei.
X \V. Groat (left) vice president and director o: scles for
t J. Reynold* Tobacco Co., aczep'.s. the 1973 expert award
torn Jacob Barmore, Israeli Arr.bassa-or to the United
Motions!
R. J. Reynolds Receives
Israel Export Award
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FCK DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
W 74 ,0*91 i 1 *!*
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICE si -o-ICATION
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J. Reynolds fesacco Co. has
ived t.-.e 1973 Israel Export
rd for its efforts in thi
Action of Israeli product! in
awarcis were presented to
timber of American com-
As by Jacob Barmore. Israi
B.-sador to the United Na-
m New York as a part if
^feening ceremonies for Israel
it Week in the United States.
|J. Reynolds Tobacco has
sed flavoring used in to-
Lproducts, from Chemical*
^losphates Ltd., an Israeli
ay, since 1962.
Reynolds Tobacco Com-
had a long and success-
ciation with Chemicals
bsphates Limited,'' said
lit, vice president and
director of sales for R. J. Rey-
i. baceo and tne company
representative accepting the
award.
The personnel of Chemical?
:'., b Ltd. work hard
to supply us with the product
r< i i ed, and our association with
the rr. has been mutual.y benefi-
cial."
Mrs. Phyllis Miller
On Voters Program
Voters Inc., will meet Tuesday
at 8 p.m. in the Washington Fed-
eral. 1234 Washington Ave.
Harry Levy, president, will
moderate the program which will
include County Attorney Stuart
Simon, Mrs. Phyllis Miller, mem-
ber of the school board, and
Robert H. Purns, civic leader.
'.GT'CE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
.NO PROPERTY)
IS THE CIKCUiT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT
OF FLMiOA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
C C ^N O. 74.15"30
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN R
JEAN i. SARI ANDE. husband
Nl PIEBEL 3AR1 ANDE wife
TO: .K,\N I s \l(l ANDE
47 Pakul A m nue
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
. action for Dissolution of Mar-
rlajri has been Hied ajralnst you and
y, u .,,. to >' rv< a copy of
ycui written defenses, if any, to II on
l. >i L1PSON. attornc
! lllit --if aIi-.- address i* 1980 Bo
. irlv< Hal'andale. Florida M00.
and (! Inal with the clerk of
i -.. --.>:. d coun on or bi fon
i -71. otherwise a ill fault Will
. -. d against you for the n Hi I
. mnlalnl or petition
Thih no) a i hall !> publishi >i on
,:,.), week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
WITNESS mj hand and th.- seal Of
- ,! court :.t .Miami. Florida OH thl
28th day of May. 1*74.
RICHARD P BRINKER
. rV C rcull Court
Ulltv. Florida
Bj L 8NEEDEN
A- I H i itj Clerk
(Circuit '' ui I i -
ili'K H UPSON
1980 So Ui fan Drive
.da :(30M>
Attornry for Pt'titiom-r/Wlfe
t/7-14-il-2S
Gerald Serotta Ordained At
HUC-JIR Commencement
Gerald Serotta, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Serotta of 5014
Lakeview Dr., Miami Beach,
members of Temple Israel of
Greater Miami, was ordained ;it
commencement exercises of the
New York School of Hebrew
Union College Jewish Institute of
Religion, the American institu-
tion of higher learning in Re-
form Judaism. Sunday.
Mr. Serotta. who was ordained
by Dr. Alfred Gottschalk, presi-
dent of the College-Institute, n
ceived his A.B. degree cum i;"; le
in Social Relation from Hai
University in 1968.
in 1973-74, while preparing for
01 ii mation he served as chaplain
to Jeish students at Vassar Col
lege in Poughkcepsie. N.Y. He
also served aii the Israel Bureau
Director and the New York edi-
tor of the Jewi h Student Press
Service. The Colle-e-Institute
awarded Mr. Serotta the John J.
Tepfer Faculty Prize for a Meri-
torious Student.
Upon completion of his stud-
ies, Mr. Serotta will be awarded
the degree of Master of Arts
GERALD SfMNTA
in Hebrew Literature.
Hebrew Union College-Jewi.-h
Institute of Religion has cam-
puses in Cincinnati, New York,
Los Angele.; and Jerusalem, Is-
rael.
Jordan Marsh-Florida Announces
Series Of Executive Changes
M. Ronald Ruskin, executive
vice president of Jordan Marsh
Florida, has been appointed presi-
dent of the May D and F Depart
ment Stores of Colorado, it was
announced last weekend.
Ruskin has been with Jordan
Marsh here since 1971.
The firm also announced a se-
ries of executive changes.
Thomas L. Green, general man-
ager of the group's Dadeland
store, was appointed vice presi-
dent in charge of sales promotion
for JM-Florida. He replaces Ger-
ald Brown, who resigned.
Norman Spaulding. general
manager of JM's Hollywood store.
Ronald Ruskiit
Thomas Greet
Bank Opens In
No. Bay Village
The Bank of North Bay Vil-
lage opened this week at 1666
Kennedy Causeway, also known
as (forth Bay Causeway.
Abel HoltZ, president and
an of the board of the
Bank ti imi Beach, is the
chaii man of the 1> lai d of the new
bank. Holl a directoi oi
the Bank of Madrid and of the
Bank Catalan of Sp
- i rve as
preside nt of the Bank of '
.. i:
Bank
Island.
Viet r Mend i vice p esident
and cashier ol the new bank.
- ever l'n n the Bank of Mi-
ami Bi a
New directors of the Bank of
North Baj Village include Leon
J mkins, president and board
chairman of Simkins Industries
former North Bay Village Mayoi
David Kay, president ol the
eral contracting firm of Certifie i
Builders. Inc.: Alexander G
Gregory, chairman of the hoard
of Federated Home and Mort-
gage Co., Inc. of State Coil ge
I'm: Judge Irving Cypen and
Loriz.
was named to succeed Green as
Dadeland general manager.
James Ai tzberger, assistant gen-
eral i. of Jordan v
Fort Lauderdale, was nam<
succeed Spau! I i as
manager of th? Hollywood store.
Barrj Holcomb t ted
personnel of the M
i
UGAl NOTICE
NOT CE OF AVA'LABILITY
ANNUAL REPORT
-i
BRODIE FOUNDATION, INC., In

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tin- ilnti
foil itiitli Ii i rj
DATED
.1IATH >>
H die
foui rla lion VI
I 71
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. 74.14761
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN 1:1: THE MARRIAUE OF:
l.\ i:i VN M WAONBR,
Wlff.
and
R< IMAN 1.1:K< IY WAGNER,
HuKband
Tl KOMAN IJfiROY WAONBR
20S1 i "umhrldfte Drive
API 4fi
I xlnirton, Kentucky I05(H
VOL' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
n action for Dissolution of Mar-
rlMtc has been filed aicalnat you and
you an i oulr< i Ui aerve :i oopi of
vow i ril ten ilefi nses, if :> i> .to
KVVITNEY KROOP A 8CHE1NBBRO,
p \ attorney for Petitioner, whose
i- I2 Lincoln lt";<'l (Suite
ui, ti\.' original with the clerk f the
ahovi styled court on "r before July
otherwise a default will be
. ntered aftalnal you for the relief de-
d in the complaint or petition.
TI is notice shall be pubUahea once
,-,, ii week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEW isll PIXtRTDtAN,
WITNESS m\ hand and the seal ol
s. ill ii.urt al Miami, Florida on this
j^iii day of May 1974.
RICHARD P HR1NKKR
.\. i :ii i; i !lrcnl< Court
Pade 'iiiitv. Florida
By I, BNEBDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
KWITNEY, KROOP A
BCHySINBERO, PA.
ii\ Paul Kii itm i
4i" Lincoln Hoad. Suite 51Z
OPEN ITOU8BTheme of the
South Florida Stale Hospital
, ., t\i. j *------ i address i^ 42*1 l.itn-oln Ko;ni (.suue
open house' Thursday from ,, piorlda 8818. and
to 3:90 p.m. was to be "Know
Your Hospital. Its purpose is to
acntfint news media and com-
munity leaders with the goals of
the new hospital administration
headed by Dr. Ruftis M. Vaughn,
superintendent.
& t: A-
Gl'EST SPEAKER loon H
Cahan. South Florida economist
and financial-planning expert, will
be guest speaker at the dinner
meeting of the Sales and Market
ing Executives of Miami .Tuesday
at the Miami Marriott Hotel. His MfanU BMoh7Fk>ilda SI1M
tonic will be 'Rebirth of the gSSHJR&i........" ttM
Market." 6/31 /7-i4-2i


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CIRCLET COL-RT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCLIT. CADE COLN'Y, FLORIDA
NO 74.2991



NC-'CE BV PUBLICATION
o ihe
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
GENERAL -LRISD CTION DIVISION
CASE NO: 74.1JS34
NOTICE
>i;k OF
KE.
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IN THE C.RCUIT COURT cr -Uc
ELE/EN-H JUDICIAL ClR- TE
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
: SE NO. 74-15515
NO-ICE BY PUBLICAT ON
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NOTICE OF ACTON
CCNSTRUC'VE SERVICE
I NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CRCUlT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
CF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.139M
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
HE MARRIAGE OF
EVELYN FAlilNHA.
HUGH JOHN FARI.VHA.
Husband
TO: HV'IH JOHN FARINHA.
R 1 ::n>wn
V"'- ARE HEREBY N"TIK!ET that
1 petition for 1 of vour Mar-
-v I 1 no 1 mmenced
rt quired To
Serve a By ol u- wnl'.pn dt-fensos.
if any. t< II n W1LIJAM J CC'IJi-
WORN A A8SOCIATBB, attorney for
Pelilic-ner. \\ hii- adrir. ~ ll IIM Coral
SS14S and fil*
.:h th> clerk of the ahov*
Styled oourt (,n or I fi -. Jill M 1 f-74
a defanJt will 1- -ntercd
r the relief prayed for
i '.'.ion.
SE8S mv hand th<- seal of
hem lion herein.
,. thi* 17th day of
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I
lh< reliel 1
Kay. lT4
By T. SNEETEN
A* P'-mity Clerk
Uw Office? of
ROBERT H ITRNS
4M Lincoln R
Miami Batch. Florida
--. Ml 5M-44J1
Attorney for Petitioner
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IARH P BRINl
- lid 1 "ourt
By 1- BN'BBDEN
M I^Luii Clc rl>
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ""ME
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C" t
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 74.15333
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OP
RE -H. I
Petitioner,
WILLIE SHARP.
ReMton*!' '
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TOD WT1 I IE SHARP.
MAE SHARP
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF -HE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCLIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-2683
. or
SNWALD
i docejaeed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i To All edit! rt and All I
1 1' ,. nu ir Demandi Ai ill 4
|B-tate:
luu are hereby notified and
[ ed to preee:,t any claim.- ai
Iwh.'h you may have aitan-'
Ri -F. tate Of HAKKY GREENW >
h ,', ,. eased an ol .Dd< 1
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- ACT'ON NO 74. '30R
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DACE COL NTY
PRC'BA-E OVIS'ON
PROBATE N .) 72-8271
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NOTICE OF ACTON
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
E.EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC T
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-14
GENERAL JURISDICTION D
ACTION FOR DISSO _TICN
OF MARRIAGE

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CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
iNO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
Civil Action No. 74.13386
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
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IN THE CIPCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR
DATE COUNTY
J. GWYNN PARKER
PRCDAT1 D'VIS'ON
PROBATE NO. 74
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 7-1-2774
FRANK B DOW LING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS

I.OI SI. IK KBINS.
1 1 -u I. Robbbia
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rou red
i" pri 1 any clalmi nds
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to the
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in their ofl Ci imiy
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the
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K IS HEREII1 GIVEN that
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undi r id, 11 tltlou 1 1
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Hlalenh F 11 I"-
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' CMrcult Court of Dade
County. Florida.
BR, INC
C'L'4-31 6/7-14


Friday, June 7, 1974
+Je*lst>ncrM1ari
Page 15-B
LECAl NOTICE
UGAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKE
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO.74-1598
In RE: Estate of
GEORGE A. MINCHIN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditor!) and All Person* Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requlr-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
FRANK B. DOWLINO
PROBATE NO. 74-3202
In RE: Estate of
ALEXANDER ZACHARY
QOLDWEBER
a k I ALEXANDER Z.
OOLDWEBEH
dl i eased.
which you may have
tate of GEORGE A. MINCHIM de-
ceased late of Dade County Florida,
to the Circuit Judires of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733 16. Florida
Sta Utes, In their offices In the C-un-
ty OoarthotiM in Dade County, Flo-
rida, within four calendar months
from the time ol the first publication
I or tile sane will be barrel.
F I at Miami Florida, thll 23rd
daj of M ty, A 11 1911
DOROTHY MOOS
\ Admlnlstrati \
First publication of -his notice on
th 1st day "f May, 19T4,
by BFR< iNSON
I for Estate
Bulldlnft
Mi iml, Florida .13132
1/31 1/1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74.2060
In R >'
Cl > i: E RILEY
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Ti i AU PERSONS INI
1* ESTATE "I" -
1 BCEI >ENT
y,.;: are hereby notified th ii
, in. ii purnni ing to be tl
i md ii statni ni ol
- i.....idmltted to p iati I
) ou hei :
maniled wIthln alx i ilei lar i
from th> date i I thi fli l DU
Ice to ii )' iurt
USI
I : I Courl Ii
i proha e
i,
,i i;\\ -NX PAR*
rri nil Court Judge
RICHARD P BP1 N Kl '''" 1_k
Bj NAIUNE lENNIJ
Deputy Ci'-i.
y- .i k tplan, Porter. 1 >n
ntin
i rl E Westman
Attor
II ell a- nue
Florida 38131
r ii publication of this
I | iy of May. 191*.
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on
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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. 74.14888
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN KK THE MARRIAGE OF:
ROBERTO AGl'STI. Husband.
and
VIVIAN AQUSTI. Wife
TO: MRS VIVIAN AiM'ST!
113 Liberty Street
Elisabeth. Me* Jersey ,
Y'H ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage hl> '"''" fl1'''' *a'n*1 %,1U a".
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it on
Ouill-rmo Sostchln. attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address la 101 f.W.
12th Avenue. Miami. Florida, and file
the original with the dark of the
above styled court on or before July
default will be
on
6 7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-2665
in UK: Estate of
BARNETT GOLDSTEIN, a'k a
BARNEY GOLDSTEIN
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of ItARNKTT GOLDSTEIN.
a k a IIARNEY GOLDSTEIN, de-
eased late of Dnde County, Florida,
to the Circuit Judges of Dade County.
si i
27tii
.urt at Miami, Florida
"^crmuV.Drinker
\* Clerk Circuit ou-t
Dade County. Florida
By OI-ORIA ELLIS
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Courl Seal)
Quill tv. Sostchln. Ksouire
ioi N.W 12th Avenue
Miami Florida ''',)
Attorney for Petitioner b/7_i4_21
Filed at Miami. Florida this 24th
lav of May. AD l!>74
HELEN GOLDBmiN
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
-be 31st day of May. 1974
8CHLI88EL ft BCHER
Utorneys for Administratrix
005 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Fla
5-'31 6 7
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
O^ FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
C'VIL ACTION NO. 74.-1839
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
|\' !!' THE MARR1 '
I I HOMY.
1
and
L> J HOMY.
Re pondent
MARIA .1 HOMY
ildence Unknow n __.__
IRE HEREBY v 1
| on for 1 l olu i Mar-
. has been filed against you and
quired to serve a cony of
if any, to it on
Esquire, attorney for
|Ul V. Ui Miami Floi la
. original with :'

a default will
entered against vou for the
d In the complain! ob pen-
is notice shall be pul
wck for foui
[THE JEW ISH FLORIDJAN.
my band and the seal Of
Miami, Florida on this
if Mas '""I
RICHARD P BRIN1
'lerk Circuit Court
lude County. Florida
Bj OLOIll \ BLUI
As Deputy Clerk
BCU1' Courl Sfall
Actor K Eaqulre
101 N W 12th Avenue
gtlan. Fl-rida 33128
Kn..y 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. 74-10746
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
he marriage of
ELD. I'll
BRENDA D. wife.
ROBER'
jsn s\\ -
MIAMI. Fl ''"II1 I
TOll VRE HEREBY '
that an a
i
you are required I
vour wr't'.ei
Arthur H. Lit
,:..ner. Whl Il
, ... 11 Kallnnd tie I
ind file the original
19 1974
fault will be en' -' you for
I
. .. .
Tins
each week for four -
n TH!
WITN ESS mi inn
in this
Ith da] M i! '
RJI MAI1H P BRINKER
A- i "... Cir Ull C 'urt
I EN
\. :.. pul 'l-rk
(Circuit Court Bi
Arthur II Llpson
IjgO So I >.ean Drive
Hallandale Florid r.oo9
Attorney for PeUtloneWWIN ^
ed to present any claims and demands To AUCtMlmHiA A.U pJrSJna Hav-
may have against the .s.j ,ISSSTSPdSSSJL /OSS* told
Eatate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims ami de-
mands which you may have against
the -state of ALEXANDER ZACH-
ARY c,()l DWEHKR. a k i AI.KXAN-
DER 7. OOLDWEBER deceased lale
of Dade County, Florida, to the Cir-
cuit Judge* Of Dad,, i ounty, and file
the nui in duplicate and aa pn sided
in Section 733 14 Florida Statutes
their iffires in the County Courthouse
I In Dad,. County, Floi da. within four
alendar months fn m the tune >f the
first publication here- ir the same
win be barred.
Filed at Miami. Porlda thll
lay Of May. A D 1974
HARRY ZCKERNICK
a- Executor
First publication of this notice on
si day "f May, 1974,
HARRY Zl'KERNICK
\ ttoi ney for Ehtei ui
Ijfl l.in oln R i
Miami Beach, Fl r
6 7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COL NTY.
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74.3:17
FRANK B. DOWLiNG
In RE: Estati f
SYDELLE tYEINZIM
. ased
NOTICE TO CPEDITORS
To All Cred tors
aims or Demand As nsl Said
You are herebs notlfli nd n -
111:1- 1 1 nj ilma and de-
, you may ha'
of 8) d< II 1 imer,
i......,-. d late I Ni st'w
1 iui Iy, Florida, to 1 Cli
cult Judgi
file the Bame Ii duoll ate ind .- dto-
vlded i:, s,. tloi orld 1 Sta-
tutes, in theli in the 1 'otfl t>
Courthouse In Da I.....unty, Florida.
,. iilun four 1 alen lar months from the
lublicatlon hereof, or the same
I ir''- ..
Filed at Miami. Florida thll MUl
,la> of May, A D 1974 .......
I'll Yl.l IS SCHIIENFEI D
WILLIAM A WEINZIMMER
Aa Bxei utora
Firal publication of 'his notice
the Slal day of Mac 1974.
Itrickman, Male .v Bio >m
attorneys for Estate of
Sydelle Wemzlmmer
1401 Brirkell Avenue Suite 1101
Miami Florida 33131
j ..1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 713125
In RE: Estate of
ISAM WEINER
deoeaeed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of ISAAC WEINER deceas-
ed late of Dad.- County, Florida, to
the Circuit Court Judg.-s of Dade
County, and file th.- same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 733.1C.
Florida Btatmtes, 111 thelf offices In
th.- County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within four calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same wil'.
tl red.
File i at Miami. Florida, this 28rd
day of May. A D. 1974
BERTHA RCBIN
A GRI XHl'T
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
th.- "1st day of May 1974.
Caldln, Rothenberg, Kogan
,v Kornhlum
by: 7...V \v Kogan
Attorney for Bertha Rubin &
aham Grunhu*
120 1 Im "!;. Roa I, M ..-". Beai '1
F orlda R119
UGAL NOTKE
LIGAL NOTKE
NOTICt Or ACTION
C9NSTRUCTIVE 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: Till: MARRIAGE > >F
HENRY BROWN. JR
Husband. Petitioner.
and
KATIE LOUISE BROWN.
wife. ReapondanC
TO: KATIE I.OIISE BROWN
721 Avenue K
Talledega. Alabama
V"l' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
I that an action for Dissolution of Mar- |
rlage has been filed against you and
I you are reouired to serve a "ony of |
vour written defenses, if any, to it on '
NOTICE OF ACT'ON
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. *
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-14582
ACTION FOIV DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
ROSE HREAKSTONB.
Petitioner,
and
IS R A El 11 BREAKSTONE,
Respondent.
TO: ISRAEL H BREAKSTONE
I9S0 L.rlng Place
Bronx, New York 10458
and
ISI'.AF.I. II HREAKSTONB
Harry stone
1564 Broadway
New York City, New York
YOI- ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
DANIEL RETTER" prPa- I ^^ *fi* f^^utloTof'^ar^
Utloner whose addreai la I0O8 Con-
31
r. 7
NOTICE UNOE1 FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Iha1
deslrlnu to .
i ui ler the fletll lous name
of i| YMPIC RES P VCR \NT BI T" "
Red Road, 9 iuth Miami. Floi
... I ; v
Clerk of the 1 'In ull 1 url of 1 wdi
Coui "
M ,v r RES'i*AI-RANT l\v
EV KSH CAS iN vs PRESIDENT
F) Kl -- ESQ.!
for
M & c RESTAURANT. INC. _
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH IL'O'CIA L CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
PROBATE D'VISION
PRObATE NO. 74.2358PARKER
In RE: E tat. f
1 'HAR1 ES S K
NOTICE TO CRED'TORS
To Ml Credli irs and M Pel -- Ha> -
. a ,;., .... Den 11 .- Agaii
ale: .
1 .,,1 are hi ebj otlfla d reou e
tn preaenl any rlalms and demands
which vou may hnv asuinsl the es-
tate of CHARLES s KOCH deceas
,,l |at, ..f Dade County. I- orlda, to
the 'rcuit Judges of Dad.- County.
and file the same In dunlleate and as
provided In Sec! 7J l, Flprida
Statutes, In their offices Ir the 1 oun-
..... 1 o n Dade County, Pip-
rida, within four calendar month-
from the time -1 the flrsl nubllcatlon
hereof, or the same will be barred
Filed at Miami. Florida, this ,1 da>
'" "rjOROTHY KOCH CYRIBR
l.nil I i: KCCH SCHT'TTZ
As Administratrices t'TA
- nublloa Ion of thla notice on
h. Th day of Jun-. 1974.
ItlSKLN G' K'K
ttornev for Administratrices < TA
- -oln Road. Miami Beach
Florlda______ jn-\A
IN THE CIPCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVFNTM mio.o.ai CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLPO'OA
Case No. 74-12594
NOTICE tO DEFEND.
In RE The Marriage of
KMi OCASIO.
Husband-Petitioner, and
Mil AOROS OCASIO.
VOI-'"Mllagros'' Ocasio. Residence
V- -w.r. Response |J>5*f
thereto, with the clerk of this Mrt.
your huabandja auornes ymwlM
I,,. .1... ,-l-..ll-' .I)'-'-
1 A RICHARD P. BRINKER,
,-..rk Circuit ''"'
Bv: GLORIA ELLIS
Pepu'V --Merk :M .,,.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
C'V'l. ACTION NO 74.1M06
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NOTICF roo "'"' UTION
OF MARRIAGE
iLTZ >nei
1
I'M VOI TJ5. R
I'll T7.
iRE H SOTIFTED
Dlaaolutii
''
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your wrlttei my. to it on
... 1 peaRI rnajr tor
iS Ml tl
Flor-
ida and file tl '-:h the
...
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' I
the relief pn
ill be nui
MAN
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(Cl-cull 1' a
\ S PEARL
: iyni Itlvd.
1
Attorney for Petitioner
6 (-I4--1--5
rill-: JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Jul> 5th, 1974: others Is.
will be entered igalnsl you for the
WITNESS my hand and lamanded In the compUInt or
aid courl al Miami. Florida, in thla ".,.','."'".
r.th day of May, T-4
RICHARD P BRI> KER
At Clerk, Clrcull 1' iui I
D ,.!,- County, F'
By Gl '"il \ El IS
Aa n u Clerk
fCIt lilt "' urt Bi
DANlEIi RETT! IRE
Una
Ai irni y for Pi i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O^ THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIFC'-iT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO. 74.11-30
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN RE' The A 1
SHAWN VN'GEl \ N*E
Tl THi 'MAS CASTERI '
Ret nee I'nki own
YOI! VRE HER -'
thai ih- P Itloner CHA RLES ED- |r re
This notii
each week for four conse.-ul 1
,:. THE JEWISH Fl 1 IRID1 iN
WITNESS mi I
f said court l > 1
Ha; 74
RICH Ml P BRINKER
As 1 "i-
Dade Coui la
By A
a- ;
fClrcull Courl S.
DAVID S KCMB
\ ml Beach, F
1
v f for 1 -
- r 7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. 'N AND FOR
DACE COL NXV
PROBATE DIV'S'ON
JOHN R BLAN^ON
PROBATE NO 7J-3266
WARD SPARACEI '.". '
Petition iii the above-atyled Court
for the adoptli f the mil
1, -i in that Pi
command.-.I to Bel .
^\ ii- 1, n ZAMFT & SMITH. Attoi for
Petitioner, whose addre u h
Dixie Highway, suite ti< Coral Gabl-
l.oris A I'.I'NIM ... k a
1.) ins A BCNIMOW [TZ
,i... .a-.,--!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors J Per H iv-
Ing claim- "i Demands An i a I
You are hereby t. I ai 1 re-
quired to pre*
. v. Florida, HS146 on or before Jun. ., .,,,. whlch you mas havi against
M, ''.'74. and file the original wll ,. of LOI'IS A '" HIM I '
the cieik of (his Courl '- IjOI'18 \ BCNIMOWITZ > I
service on Pel I.. Florida. I
1 immediately thereafter; tl re
Cir 11 : Judgi Dade C I
default may 1.....ntered agalnat yp \ (j| ,|1(. aame In duplicate .:id aa pro-
tor the relief demanded in th. Peti- vui,.,\ ,,, si.. 733.16. Florida Sta-
tion .. ttit.-s. in tb.ir offlcea In the County
WITNESS my hand anaI the.f' courthouse In Dade Countj 1
.1 .. Cnirrt at Miami. Honda this -"tn lvj|1||I1 ,-,,,. ca|endai months fl
UV '^CIIARD P BRINKER
cBvkcf;!"c',',;KV'AND,rt
Deou.v Clerk4_3i ; __u
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTVi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-14 22
ACTION FOR DISSOLUT 3N
OF MARRIAGE
IV RE: THE MARKIAC.K OF
CAPOI V.V ARTK.MISIO PAL. SIS,
Wife
and
^pnsTol 1 iS PAt ASI8, H'lS .and
TO: APOSTOLOS PALA8IS
Resilience I'nkl_________
VOP ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riaga has ).....n filed agalnai vou and
vou are r. nuired to s-rv- a onv of
your written defenses, if anv. to II
on SIDNEY BFRONSON. attorney
for Petitioner, whose ad dress I
r t nubllca'ton hereof, >r the aama
"'e'iiSS '"'''Miami. Florida, this 24th
d"y f "-OLADYsltUNIM
A~ Bhtecutrlx
First publication of 'his notii 1 on
the .'Ist day "f May. 1D74.
1 Snarbei Z.-m. K'.sk n. H-ill'-onner
I and Karn P s..
Attorney for Executrix .
l,u N p.is, nyni lUvd M
6/7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
I PROBATE NO. 74-1991
t., r-i- gMtate --f
thf1.ma i. williams
"Notice to creditors
To ah Cr.-d,...-: ind Al P^raona Hav-
|ng Claims or l'.-ma- N Attains! Said
"lou :are herebs : ["
nuired to preaenl anj .-aims or oa-
'";,,, wl;'h vou may have .
This notice shall be published "ice
each wei' t -u- con.....'ve weeks
In THE JEWISH PI/>RTDIAN
WITNESS mv hned and the s-a' "'
url at Miami. Florida on this
Wth 1I.0 of May. 1974 _,__
RICHAPD P BRINK1 t
>. rierl Clrcu C -!
Dade Countv. F' -- I'
Ttv n .1 FOY
.-,s j.-.'-'" e'erk
, ,,, ~.
v BFrov^ON
. atnslej Bull
X'laml Florl I
i.i within four calei '"r,m"!"hs.fr'>m
the lime of the first publication here-
in', or the same IIJ bi bs red
daj
1. ..r .lie .-..,.......- ..rt.K
rued at Miami, 'rida, this 29th
ayf Mi,): .. v
Aa Exi utor
Flrsi publicatli notice on
the 7th i "'*
DAVID M '' 'NS
Attorn) ) fot E I
1497 NW 7tl
Miami Floi j |4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COLNTY
PROBATE D'V'S'ON
NOTICE TO CRED'TOS
PROBATE NO. 74-3390
In RE E1 iti
M'.-' VHAM "
'''no'tVcE TO CRED'TORS
NOTICE TO CREO"ORS
: '- '
I ..... r.
quired .
mands n,,ir.,ls whb I
"- 1 -- th- eatate of A > *
. .... ,,.- pr \n, ;s SHAPIRi
ed late of Dadi to the Circuit Judges pad Uou< '
1 .
and Mi pi rid id n 8eetloi
,N -thp C>DC!_ ,T COL'OT nc THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'CUIT
OP FippmA IN ANO cOR
DADE COUN^v
ORCBATC OIV'SION
PPOBATE NO "J
GEORCE E SCHULZ
'
lie.
.. u ill* 1 m -.,-..- '. < ..... 11- *,.............. .
norida statutes. In their ofl V-,
1
ty Courl '''
. J here-
1. on.h
same wil Fil.d ai 1 i-"" """
' da] ,i ) ; Mas a 1 .
HAB ,HK
MOR PIRO
Fi'si 7:h day "f JU]
As E
First publication of thl notice on

the 7th day of June. I'.'TI
S Ki'M
Attorney for Adinini.-Itl
nr,i Llncolr
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
JOSEPH SCHM1EK
Attornes for ESTATE OF
ABRAHAM BCHORR
.1..-. Lincoln Road. Miami Bench.
Florida 331.il)
6 7-14
6/7-14



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Friday, June 7, 1974
SMART FOLKS SHOP NERE BECAUSE.
Good Taste is always First at Food Fair
REASONABLE PRICIS ON A MEAT VARIETY OF FWE FOO0SI
SAVE 3 WAYS I BONUS SPECIALS I HONEST VALUES! PLUS MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS I
USDA
U.S. CHOICE- WESTERN BEEF CHUCK
Blade Roast
US CHOKE WESTEtN KP CHOCK AflC
Blade or 7 Bone Steak 89
US CHOKE WiSTUN Mir CHUCK ....
Under Blade Pot Roast i.M"
U S CHOICE WESTERN ....
Ground Beef Chuck $109
U S CHOICE WESTWN BEEF CHUCK ....
Shoulder Pot Roast OMfUSS...ia *1
U.S. CHOKf WESTEtN MEF CHUCK _
Shoulder Steak Boneless .... I4'
TINOEt OAC
Sliced Beef Liver u 03
FLA. SHIPPED GRADE A'
FRYER PARTS
C FRESH
LI. 'CED
WHOII MIAITS WITH III!
WHOll HC I
THICNS MUMIUCII
89
FLA. SHIPPED GRADE A
FRYER QTRS
1IC 01 MIAST
a. 'i
55'
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ICED
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ON
-; 5 CANS ..>'
t____""'
P.P.
BRAND
CUT GREEN
BEANS
5
15V0Z.
CANS
$
1
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OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
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CB '.'ORE EXC.UD'NG C'GAE"TES
TOPS THIM ALL
Dream Whip Topping
4-OZ
PKG
NUTRITIOUS
Sunsweet Prune Juice &%
RED WWi OR GARLIC
Regina Wine Vinegar
12-OZ
BOTTLE
51e
65
43'
P P HAND
Instant Rice
JUICY RED
Hawaiian Fruit Punch
FOR SEASON NG AND COOKiNG
A-1 Steak Sauce
14-OZ
PKG
CAN
10- OZ
BOTTiE
63
47c
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TiT
PRESERVES
USE LIKE SOUR CREAM
T
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PtOMtSI HEBREW NATION A. KOSHER MOGE* -
Soft Margarine i 69c Salami or Bologna %S $1
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BOtDfM S CCHOREC
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Borden's Cream Cheese \& 45e
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CINNAMON
PECAN TWIRLS
RO-SUN
P.P
BRAND
HANO
100% Whole Wheat Bread ^
40'
Orange Juice 3 88% 89e
MB CO TEXAS STYlE
Buttermilk Biscuits 2 22, 49e
WIHM HKE
Les Cal Cottage Cheese 3 65e
AVAAABtE ONIY AT STCHKS HAVING
SEAFOOD SERVICE COUNTERS
MACKEREL
55<
Halibut Steaks uM"
FLORIDA
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FOOD
FAIR

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AT ALL FOOD FAIR STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
DISPLAYED IN CIEAT VARIETY TO MAKE YOUR
CHOICE EASY I TO YOUR COMPLETE SATISFACTION
GOOD FOR SALADS...FIRM
TOMATOES
6 35'
Romaine Lettuce .............. head 29'
FLORIOA _
Juice Oranges 5 bag 69c
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Sunkist Lemons 11 Zi 69
US. NOT YELLOW
ONIONS
READ* TO EAT s. CB .
Hawaiian Pineapple 2bac: 89
Apple Cider Drink HALUlA 89:
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Roadside Farm Jellies 79
STRAWBERB' 3.-ESERRY BING CHERRY BIACKBE'R'
GRANGE MARMALADE
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Fried Chicken Dinner '!& 68*
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All LUNCH MfATS I CHCESE SLICED TO OtO
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Friday, June 7, 1974
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Page 3-A
Move to Guarantee Israel's Use of Suez
WASHINGTON' A move is
gathering force in the Senate \o
make American aid to Egypt de-
pendent on Cairo's opening the
Suez Canal to all flag ships of all
nations equally, meaning Israel
. according to the columnists Evans
and Novak.
Actually, Israel has privately
told the U.S. it will accept Egyp-
tian agreement to permit Israeli
cargoes (but not Israeli fla*
ships) through the Canal. Egyp-
tian President Sadat has given
private assurances of that
But if, according to the colum-
nists, "the strongly pro-Israel Con-
gress attached an amendment de-
manding free passage for Israeli
f'.ag ihips, the powerful pro-Israel
lobby here would scarcely oppose
it." _
If'such an amendment actually-
denied future U.S. aid to Egypt
unless Cairo pledged to permit Is-
raeli flag ships to traverse the
Canal, Egypt would never agree.
That could sour the Washington-
Cairo romance, according to the
columnists.
A vy
Hungary Victims Honored
BUDAPEST The Jewish
community last week honored
the memory of those who were
deported to "Bergen Belsen" by
the Nazis during World War II.
In a special ceremony held in
Budapest's second largest syna-
gogue and with government of-
ficials on hand. Budapest Chief
Rabbi Istvan Der recalled that
few of us survived the Nazi per-
secution.'' and although "in our
nation there is order, we must
never forget those who were
murdered, no matter how pain-
ful it is to reonen old wounds."
Located in downtown Buda-
pest, the synagogue is built on
the former site ot the Budapest
ghetto and dedicated "to the
memory of the Jewish heroes."
tV Lachntan Makes Appeal
NEW YORK' Seymour Lach-
man, president of the city's
Board of Education, has appealed
on "humanitarian grounds and
these alone" to Syria's Minister i
of Education "to use your in-
fluence on behalf of the small \
remnant of Syrian Jews still re- !
siding in your country."
Lachman. an Orthodox Jew,
asked Hafaz Ai-Jamali to use his
influence to allow some 4.000
Jews still in Syria "to leave in
peace to whatever country the>
choose."
* &
Weekly Gets Subsidy
AMSTERDAM Due to I
cial difficulties, the only remain
ins Dutch Jewim weekly, "Nieuw
[sraeltetitth Weekblad" (\1W>,
has applied to The Netherlands
Ministry of Cuitme for an an-
nual subsidy.
The Culture Ministry recently
undertook subsidizing a certain
number of publications which
could not make financial ends
meet, but whose continued exis-
tence was considered important.
Over the past few years, the
NIW. whose subscribers number
4.000. has been guaranteed a sub-
sidy of 80.000 guilders (about
$30,000) annually by the Dutch
Ashkenazi Congregation.
ft ir -Cr
Hess Imprisonment Costly
BONN The imprisonment of
Rudolf Hess, formerly Hitler's
deputy, in the Spandau jail cost
the West German taxpayer about
DM 1 million last year. State
Secretary Karl Moersch (Foreign
Office) has told the Bonn Par-
liament.
j~ .>- .-*-
Amsterdam Anniversary
AMSTERDAM The large-
scale celebrations of Amster-
dam's 700th anniversary to be
held next year wi.l be named
"Mokum TOO,"' the Hebrew word
for place
Mokum Is a popular name for
Amsterdam, a favorite place of
Jews over the centuries.
During the Nazi occupation.
70.000 Jews were deported from
Amsterdam to extermination
camps.
A snecial medal with the en-
AUCTION
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12
at the
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700 P.M. Pre-Sale
8:00 P.M. Auction
Sponsored by Y Women
EVERYONE WELCOME
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All Donations Tax Deductible
ng "Mokum 700" is to be
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ft *
Jewish Theological Institute
\'N A Jewish theological
inst tute la to be opened in
Heidelberg, it will train rabbis,
.i -. religious teachers, and
directors for all the Ger-
man-peaking and Scandinavian
countries.
The institute's constituent
Bum ting is to be held soon, and
courses will begin in the sum-
mer of 1975.
ft -Cr i?
Tree Honors Couple
JERUSALEM A tree was
planted here at the Yad Vashem
Memorial Institute in honor of
Jean and Jeanne Le Cocq, a cou-
ple who endangered their lives
during World War II to save
Jews.
Mrs. LeCocq was present at
the ceremony. She survived her
husband who died a few years
ago. The two saved the lives of
Charles Aron, a Jewish boy who
together with his mother man-
aged to escape from German
captivity.
ft ft ft
Students are Arrested
NEW YORK Two youths
who allegedly tried to set fire to
a Soviet attacne s car which was
parked near the Soviet Mission
to the United Nations were
ch.-irsed here n
chief.
AccOriing to police,
youths, Id til e I as V
Cur. 17. and Stanley Spira. 19,
both of Queens, emptied
gallon can o! gasoline over :he
car and v : ib lit to i te I
when police off potted
them and arrested the two.
The car belonged :o Vladimir
Yezhov. a member of the mission.
Match in Memoriam
NEW YORK The United
States Maccabi Association an-
nounced that the visit to the U.S.
of the Maccabi National Boxing
Team of Israel has been dedi-
cated to the memory of the
"youth of Israel" massacred in
the town of Maalot.
In making the announcement.
Sidney D. Young, president of
the USMA, urged the American
community to support this his-
toric event.
The Israeli team will box a
selected national AAU boxing
team in each of four cities: New
Y< le, June 17; .Miami Be I i,
is. T x.. June 27. A
fourth tit; .- j s\ 11 he 1.
Tap- Covers Bister)
EN A t-
i .r ( i ;-
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to Danish schools, it was
nounced he:e.
The tapes will cover the period
from 1947 when the United Na-
tions called for the formation of
an independent Jewish State in
the Middle East up to modern
times with interviews and
mentaries by currer [sra per-
sonalities.
Danish journalist and radio
commentator Hans Vangkilde,
known for his pro-Israeli sym-
pathies, is compiling the tape
collection. He also intends to be-
gin writing a book on Lsrael this
summer.
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ring Semester Ends; Ulpan
immer Program Beginning
Ciment Chairman Beatrice H. Gordon Memorial Wall
Of Landow Center Dedicated At Temple Beth El
Sursday. June 13, will mark
conclusion of the spring
itcr for almost 150 students
piled in the Community Ulpan
rew Program conducted by
Central Agency for Jewish
^cation. Herbert Zvi Berger,
ctor, indicated.
ist 11 days later, on Monday,
24. the first series of inten-
Uipan classes ever held in
Miami area during the sum-
months, will begin at loca-
ls in North Miami Beach,
ithwest and Miami Beach.
Phe Ulpan classes are open to
ills and high school students
are cosponsored by the CAJE
| the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
Ition. the Israel Aliyah Center.
American Zionist Federation.
the department of Education
Culture of the World Zion-
Organization. American See-
n. directed oy Dr. Abraham
innes.
ne classes are accredited bv
lami-Dade Community College
orth for three college credits.
pder the overall supervision of
Harold Carter, director of the
pp..r;ment of Foreign Lan-
'74-75 Slate
Installed By
oung Singles
Officers for the 1974-75 year
?ere installed recently by the
roung Professionals and Profes-
lonals II, serving Dade and
poward County singles between
lie ages of 90 and 50.
The -late for the coming jear
(eludes Martin Listowsky, pres-
lert: Kenneth Knoll, vice pres-
lent: Brenda Listowsky. treasur-
ar.i Barb** Niduvitch, scc-
i" The" "Clstowskys were f
underj of the group.
A meeting has been scheduled
jnday. June P. in the Cracked
frae Restaurant on Coral Way in
! Members will bowl to
prther at the Carol City Lanes
Opa-locka Wednesday, June
2, at 8:30 p.m.
The group plans a discotheque
lance at the Crown and Lion
Blub on Biscayne Boulevard in
liami Sunday. June 16, at 8 p.m.
Rummage Sole Aids School
A rummage and white elephant
lie. sponsored by the Sisterhood
Temple Beth El, will be held
Wednesday ;:t 9 a.m. in the Tobin
Auditorium, 1351 South 14th
Lve Ho'.lywond. All proceeds go
awards supporting the religious
rhool.
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guages. and Dr. Irene Cohen, Pro-
fessor of Hebrew at the college.
Ms. Suzanne Skidmore serves as
the liaison with the program and
the Department of Continuing
Education of the MDOC.
The summer Ulpan program
wi.l be held at the Young Israel
Synagogue at 990 NE 171st St.;
at Temple Zion. 8000 Miller Rd ,
evenings from 7:30 to 10 p.m.
June 24 through Aug. 22. Classes
wii: be held at Temple Beth
Sholom, 4144 Chase Ave., Mon-
day. Wednesday and Friday morn-
ings from 9:30 to 12:30 p.m. June
24 to July 25. All classes are
taught by qualified Ulpan instruc-
tors who have been specially
trained in the methodology of
modern languaae teaching.
In addition to the learning of
modern Hebrew, the Ulpan also
include* the culture of present
day Israel, including Israeli songs,
and (lances, and discussions of
various aspects of cultural life of
the country.
In the fall the Community Ul-
pan program will expand to in-
\ude ciasses during both the
morning and evening hours in
the three majors sections of the
county Miami Beach. North
and the Southwestwith
all classes accredited by MDCCN
i school students and full-
:ve teachers and employees of
!he Pad? County School System
do not have to pay any fees for
the courses.
Serving on the Communitv I'l
Tan Hebrew Committee are Israel
Shapiro, director of the Israel
Aliyah Center; Harriet Greene,
president of the American Zion-
ist Foundation: Levi Soshuk. vet-
eran Hebrew educator: Rita Gold.
Ulpan coordinator: and Herbert
Zvi Berger and Abraham J. Git-
telson, director and associate di-
rector rn^wf jvelv of the CAJE.
Dedication
Norman Ciment, well-known
community leader and attorney,
is serving as chairman of the
formal dedication ceremony for
Landow Yeshiva Center, which
Will take place Wednesday, ac-
cording to Morton Maybcrg,
president of the institution.
Melvin Landow, chairman of
the executive committee of Oho-
lei Tovah School who was the
vital force behind the construc-
tion of the new tacility. will
serve as honorary chairman of
the dedication. Mr. and Mrs. Lan-
dow contributed more than $1
million towards the cost of erect-
ing the modern facility.
Three Miami Jewish commu-
nity leaders will be honored for
their selfless devotion and untir-
ing efforts in behalf of their Jew-
ish brethren, both here and
abroad. They are Dr. Abel Holtz,
president of the Bank of Miami
Beach: Robert Marlin, chairman
of Viking General Corporation,
and Leonard Ziibert, president of
Riverside Memorial Chapels.
Working with Mr. Ciment as
dinner coordinator will be Dave
Lifhultz.
The Yeshiva Center will be
functioning this summer, accord-
ing to Rabbi Sholom D. Lipskar.
principal. A number of programs
are scheduled, including a sum-
mer day camp. The facilities, he
added, will be used by adults a
we.l as children: programs arc
planned for parents and senior
Citizens in addition to youth.
School furnishings have been de-
veloped by C. W. Robbins, Inc
to enhance the environment and
assure the greatest productivit.v
in education.
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The insta'.lation of new officers
and board of trustees of Temple
Bet.1 El w..i take place this week.
Officer! are Robert II. Bae;-,
president. Dr. Norman Atkin. ex-
ecutive vice president: James Fox
Miller, vice president; Samuel
Schwartzman, vice president;
Theodore Lifset. treasurer. Jules
B. Gordon, financial secretary
and Milton Jacobs, secretary.
Named to the board of trustees
for one year terms were Judge
Morton L. Abram, Jack J. Alex-
ander, Dr. Norman Atkin. Melvin
H. Baer. Robert M. Baer. Dr.
Louis Bennett. Dr. Robert Blank.
Mrs. Henry Cohn. Mrs. Irving
Du-kin. Mrs. Harold Firestone,
Dr. Abraham Fischlcr. Alfred
Oolden. Jules B. Gordon. Robert
W. Gordon, Dr. Philip R. Gould
and Irving H. Green.
Also Sanford B. Heims. Dr.
Asher Hollander, Miiton Jacobs.
Stuart Kaiiman. Myer Kirsner,
Dr. Rubin Klein, Hyman Kones.
Dr. Alvin Krasne. Jack I. Levy.
R. Mitchell Lewis. Theodre Lifset,
James Fox Miller. L. Paul Nestel,
Dr. Saul Nitzberg, Irving B.
Price. Samuel Schwartanan,.Ber-
nard S, hinder. Joseph Shmil/.er.
a n--: \i'.-i,rn !>nH rha**l
S. Wolfe.
In addition, there are three au-
tonutic official members of the
board of trustees: Mrs. Harry
Finer, Sisterhood president; Mil-
ton Jacobs, Brotherhood presi-
dent, and Lewis E. Cohn, imme-
diate pa-t Dreident.
Dedication of the "Beatrice H.
Gordon Memorial Wail" is also
scheduled during Fiiday evening
services. The memorial wall,
which will bear the tablets in
memory of the beloved departed,
will be dedicated on behalf of
Jules B. Gorc.on, in loving mem-
ory of his wife.
The late Mrs. Gordon was a
loyal and laiihlul member of the
congregation and a generous ben-
efactress to many national and
local chai ities.
Dance Party For Singles
The Young Professionals and
Professionals II. serving Dade
and B~oward County Singles in
their 20's through 40's are co-
sponsoring a dance oarty featur-
ing Barry Dal" at 3622 Coral Way,
Coral Gables, Sunday at 8 pjn.
Members and non members are
invited.
HAVE YOU FORGOTTEN
YOUR MOST IMPORTANT RELATIVE
ISRA
One paragraph in YOUR WILL,
I give and BEQUEATH S...........................
TO THE
ISRAEL HISTADRUT FOUNDATION
Will assure the continued flow
of financial support to Israel
for constructive Programs
of HISTADRUT
AND lllll M
Your contribution to a
HISTADRUT ANNUITY TRUST
will pay you and your spouse
AN INCOME of 8.57b
and will help provide
LOW-COST MORTGAGES
for Israeli
ARMY VETERANS
AND
YOUNG COUPLES
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ISRAEL HISTADRUT FOUNDATION. Inc.
420 Lincoln Road, Suite 389,
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Tel: 531-8702
Gentlemen:
I would like to consider:
A Bequest for the benefit of Histadrut's
Health. Education and Welfare Programs
in Israel.
[12 The creation of income through
a Histadrut Annuity Trust.


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vJewisf thridliain
Friday, Juae 7_ jg^
New Rabin Coalition Seen
Weakest in Israel's History
Continued from Page 1A
lice. Hum Za.lok: Housing Minis-
ter. Rabinowitz; Labor
ster, Mosbe Bar'Am; Minis-
te of Absorption, Shlomo Rosen;
Minister o: Health, Victor Shem-
Aharon I zzan; Minister of Tour-
i- Mo lie Kol: Communications
v. t A raham l
MINISTERS Without Portfolio
: .:. mil Aloni, CRP
i tausnei ol the !I-P: and
]- Partj
v. h i .
vernment
. i : \ Eban is
r : | Por-
._. Minister has made no ef-
fon
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sts part) voting.
. : r speet al thi par-
ty's lid it was
pretend that Ra lin had
in the ernmenl
! was : i include him
U-: ..-on.
he Wondered aloud wh< th-
<: d be ths last time
looks to the Labor
hip. Rabin had
ided Khan in a provisional
sub I itl to the party
r as Information Minister.
arded that appointment
otion and said he would
nol e in the new govern-
Labor MK Mordechai Porat. of
the party's Rafi faction, threaten-
ed to vote against the new gov-
ernment and then resign his
set seat. Two other Labor
MKs, Yitzhak Navon and David
Koren, also abstained.
Navon explained later that he
refused to vote because one of
the ministers designated by Rabin
was unsuitable Mr the job.
He did not name the minister
and said he would support the
government in the Knesset ne\-
ertlw li ss
DAYAN ALSO promised to
vote for the R:ibin regime, but
ess." Premii r
led to be in j
dilemma. She vowed publiclj nol
to supp .. rnm nl thai in-
cludes M Aloni and has indi-
nld resign hi r
Kr.es re the vo
confidi nc< cornea up.
was p ecluded by Is-
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i Prin e Mini >l ir to re-
main in of: ice until a -
i> sworn in.
She voted for the Rabin gov-
ernment, also under duress
11 Likud opposition has b( en
trying to pei Buade the religious
part:.'- I I io n it in a solid op-
; of S leats. Likud
leader Menachem Beigin has al-
denounced the new
national disgrace
and the weakest in Israel's his-
tory.
RABIN HIMSELF declared
that his government would be
one of continuity and change. He
^ald it would continue the work
and achievements of the outgoing
Meir government and at the same
time try to effect needed changes
in both domestic and foreign
policies.
Activists Detained;
Panov Loses Title
"We stand before great chal
lenges and from the experience
of the Jewish people, we know
that great challenges produce
new and strong forces of leader-
ship." Rabin said.
The new government was not
iplete "hen it took office.
When Sapir adamantly refused to
continue in government service.
Rabin was I rced to selecl a
minute replacement for thi
po t in the person of \
Levinson, an executive of the
Histadrut owned Bank Hapoalim
i Workers Bank.)
Bui Levinson cannot assum<
the office for three months i -
e of previous obligations.
Rabin announced that J
Minister-designate Haim Z
will serve as acting Pinance Min-
ister.for that pet
RABIN SUMMED up his
ernment's policies and goals as
follows:
Safeguard national securit)
and strengthen the armed i
Striving for a true Mideast
peace;
Build a modern, jn-t.
and independent society within
the framework of a stable (:
racj:
Ensure the social welfa
all elements of society tin
special efforts by the con
nit) to improve the condition of
those in distress;
increase immigration and
improve absorption methods in
order to attract tens of thousands
of settlers from all countries in
the diaspora;
Consolidate and develop the
economy:
Strengthen Israel's internation-
al position:
Constantly endeavor to
forge closer ties with world Jew-
ry "our truest ally."
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