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47 Number 31
Combining THi JEWISH UNITY end THI JfWISH WffKLY
Miami, Florida Friday, August 2, 1974
50o by Man Two Sections
Price 25 cinta
SHORTCOMINGS HELD THEM IN CHECK
Jordan Seeking
To Modernize
Armed Forces
By EHUD YAARI
| JERUSALEM (JTA) Is-
el's Chief of Staff, Gen. Mor-
chai Gur. said recently that
lan's participation in a future
ir must be looked upon as a
nous possibility.
|In fact, Israeli planners ten!
i believe that another war if
i when it occurs will not be
nited only to the Egyptian and
Irian fronts. In view of these
Inside: at ions, careful attention
given to Kins Hussein's ef-
1s tn modernize his army.
| thk.sk kkforts, with
nerican aid, could transform
Jordanian army into an im-
irtant military factor, enjoying
offensive option along the
finest and most sensitive bor-
of Israel.
Only two Jordanian tank bri-
gades took part in the Yom Kip-
pur War on the Syrian front.
Continued on Page 2-A
Allon Visiting
For Confab
With Leaders
DEPUTY PREM/ER AUON
htrc despite Watergate
Summer Heat
6-A
:
Egyptian Journalist
Visits Israel for 3 Mos.
Body Sean* Prevented 5-A
llo.i-.tini; They Won War 10-A
TEL AVIV Sana Haasan,
an Egyptian writer and journal-
ist, arrived here, the first Egyp-
.. journalist to visit Israel
since the Six-Dav War.
Ms. Hassan, a Ph.D. candidate
BLAMED FOR BLOCKING TREATY
\Achenbach Will Resign
[From Bonn Committee
30NN(JTA)Ernst Achen-
kch a member oft he Free Dem-
Iratic Party (FDP). blamed
blocking ratification of the
tanro Gorman treaty which
buld permit Germany to retry
hzi war criminals convicted in
Jsentia in France, has announc-
he will resign from the Bun-
Stag committee considering
treaty.
I" I have now decided to ask
(other i committee) colleague
take over so that the emotion
bald be taken from the whole
in Achenbach said in a tele-
Ion interview here.
fMKMBKRS OF the FDP have
en calling for Achenbach's re-
)val from the Foreign Affairs
^nimittee and even from the
rliament since he appeared on
lench television urging amnes-
I for Nazi criminals.
spotlight was turned on
German failure to ratify the
taty and Achenbach's part in
bcking it after Nazi hunter
^ate Klarsfeld was found guilty
trying to abduct Kurt Lisch-
who was Gestapo chief oX
Paris during World War II and
trying to bring him to France.
Achenbach, now 65, was a Nazi
diplomat in the German Embas-
sy in Paris during the war.
ACHENBACH said that as a
lawyer he knows that 30 years
after the Nazi crimes, "trials are
practically impossible to conduct
when the intention is a just sen-
tence."
He explained that "on the
average, half the witnesses are
'. a I. a quarter remember abso-
lutely nothing and the other
quarter do remember, but it is
very doubtful if the recollections
are right."
Achenbach appeared on French
television in an attempt to calm
the surge of public indignation
against unpunished Nazis that
M I. Klarsfeld. a West German
housewife married to a French
Jew. had managed to arouse dur-
ing the trial.
"Let us be done with the past
once and for all," said Achen-
bach from his private study and
speaking in flawless French.
in government at Harvard, the
daughter of a former Egyptian
ambassador to the United States
and a wife of a senior Egyptian
official, has written frequently
on the Arab-Israeli conflict.
1)1 KING THE American Jew-
ish Committee's annual meeting
in New York last May. Ms.
Hassan debated the Arab-Israeli
issue with Arie Eliav, a leading
Labor Party dove.
Mrs. Suzy Eban, wife of for-
ir.er Foreign Minister Abba
Eban. attended the meeting and
was instrumental in getting Ms
Hassan her visa from MM Israeli
c msulate in Boston.
"I want- to look and see and
Continued on Page 3-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) Dep- I
uty Premier and Foreign Minis- I
tpr Yigal Allon has been in the I
United States this week for I
meetings with Secretary of State I
Henry A. Kissinger, Defense Sec- I
rotary James R. Schlesinger and I
Treasury Secretary William Si- I
mon. It was not determined at I
the time of his departure from
Jerusalem whether Allon would I
meet President Nixon.
POLITICAL analysts in Jeru- :
salem noted that Allon decided to
make the visit as previously plan-
ned despite the latest develop-
ments in the Watergate affair and
the fact that the center of inter
national interest is focussed on
the situation in Cyprus.
It is believed here that Alton's
discussion have been centering
around the next stage of the
Geneva peace conference. Al-
though no dramatic results are
expected, it is assumed that one
of the main topics was whether
the next around of talks would
take place with Egypt. Jordan or
both
BEFORE leaving Israel. Allon
said that he would not bring any
Continued on Pajje 5-A
Appeal for Soviet Jews
Goes to Hurok Executive
EAST ORANGE. N.J.(JTA)
At an unprecedented meeting
with George Perper. executive
vice president of Hurok Con-
certs. Inc., Jacqueline Levine,
president of the Metropolitan
New Jersey Conference on So-
viet Jewry and Meyer Fine, the
Conference program coordinator,
presented the Hurok official with
a letter of appeal on behalf of
the 17 Soviet Jewish artists who
have been consistently refused
exit visas.
Others participating at the
meeting, held at the Garden
State Arts Center in Holmdel,
at the opening night of the
Moisevev dance troupe's appear-
ance in New Jersey, were How-
ard Levine, vice president of the
New Jersey American Civil Lib-
erties Union, and Diana Fine, a
member of the local conference.
THE LETTER, addressed to
Igor Moisevev, director of the
dance company, urged him to in-
tercede on behalf of his fellow
artists musicians, poets, movie
cameramen, painters and sculp-
tor who have consistently
applied for and been denied per-
mission to emigrate to Israel.
The Hurok official was inform-
ed that the 17 artists had been
harassed, dismissed from their
posts and barred from employ-
Continued on Page 5-A
FOUR PRINCIPLES
''
Dayan Has
Plan For
W. Bank
Talks With Jordan 3-A
Diaspora Army 7-A
By DAVID LANDAU
JERU9ALEM cJTA) The
government's policy on the Pales-
tinian question as enunciated by
the Cabinet statement Sunday was
challenged by four urgent mo-
tions for the agenda in the Knes-
set.
All of them were comfortably
voted to committee despite a
small number of Labor absten-
tions and one defection.
AMONG the proposers of mo-
tions for the agenda was Knes-
seter Moshe Dayan who stated his
own ideas on the West Bank and
Palestinian issuesbut he agreed
in the end that his motion be
voted to committee rather than
be debated by the plenum and
thus avoided a parliamentary con-
frontation between himself and
the government and party col-
leagues.
Replying to all the motions-
Continued on Page 2-A
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stick t principles J
PROBLEM FOR GROWING NUMBER Of MMMf
JCong. Urges Top Priority Nat'l. Health Plan
By Special Report
[NEW YORK (JTA) The
pnerican Jewish Congress has
Ned the House Ways and Means
remittee to approve a National
lealth Insurance Plan that would
Yovide every American with]"the
H available health care as a
alter of right" at no cost.
In a statement submited to the
committee for inclusion in the
record of its hearings on health
care legislation, the AJCongress
voiced particular concern about
the growing number of elder.y
persons living on fixed incomes,
poor and near-poor, for whom the
Requisition of low-cost quality
health services b a P"blem o
overriding importance."
THE STATEMENT cited statis-
tics compiled by the Federation
of Jewish Philanthropies In New
York showing 140,000 Jewish
families15.1 percent of New
York Jewspoor or near-poor
and another 190.000 families liv-
ing on incomes between the pov-
erty level and what the Bureau
of Labor Statistics calls "mod-
erate."
For those people ar.d others
like them. "National Health In
surance may well be the most im-
portant piece of social legislation
to be considered since Social Se
curity," the AJCongress state-
ment declared.
Theodore Mann, of Philadel-
phia, chairman, and Joseph B.
Robi.-on of New York, director
of the AJCongress Commission
on Law, Social Action and Urban
Arrairs, noted that existing legis-
lation, including Medicare and
Medicaid, was "inadequate" be-
cau le of "incomplete coverage
Continued on Page 11-A

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Page 2-A
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Friday, August 2,
197(1
Dayan Has Plan for W. Bank
Continued from Page 1A
from Shmuel Tamir of I.ikud,
Yji^ak Raphael of the National
Reliaioiis Party! and Nissim Ehad
of the Independent Liberal Party
Foreign Minister Yigal Allon
said that the Cabinet's statement
Sunday had not been new, but
had ^ther "clarified" policy.
It showed, he said, that the gov-
ernment recognized the problem
and sought a solution to it based
on the expression of the Pal
tinian national identity within the
framework of on? Arab state east
of Israel.
ALLON STATED further that
Israel could no longer hi ac
custd by its critics of ignoring
the Palestinian problem and the
Cabinet statement would facilitate
new initiatives and new respons-
es by the government ::: the prog-
ress towards a settlement.
Tamir and Raphael accused the
government of being prepared to
redivide historic Eretz Israel and
>*. countenance a hostile AMk
rule on the West Bank.
Eliad sought greater readiness
to negotiate with any Palestinian
group that would recognize Is-
rael's right to exist, in line with
similar proposals made at the
Cabinet session by Tourism Minis
ter Moshe Kol and Health Minis
ter Victor Shemtov which were
rejected.
DAYAN, without taking issue
directly with the Cabinet state
ment. laid down four "principles"
which he said ought to guide Is-
rael's policy on the West Bank
is-ue.
The "principles" were: any
prac ement must provid!
for the right of Jews to live in
..:,! seU'.e any area of the Wesl
Hussein Seen Making Effort
To Modernize Armed Forees
Continued frotV Page 1 A
These covered the "hole" ii S; i
jm's defenses on the southern
flank of the Israeli counter-at-
tack across the purple line."
One brigade lost over 20 I
in the one battle it waged and
suffered some casualties. But Hus-
sein regarded Us performance as
satisfactory, since it blocked, in
his evaluation, the Israeli ad-
vance to the main Amman-Da-
mascus road, which could have
cut Jordan off from Syria.
After the war. the King ar-
gued that he was unable to
launch an offensive across the
Jordan River, as suggested to
him by Syria's President Hafez
Assad at the time, because he
lacked air cover and fire |>o\ver.
RECENTLY, he has conceived
and began to implement a new
and far-reaching plan to over-
come these deficiencies. In the
Six-Da'y War, Jordan had a small
army of 54,000 men which in-
ci eased slowly to 80,000 men by
]973. organized in four divisions,
two armored divisions, one me-
chanized and one division of un-
mechar.ized infantry.
The new modernization plans
ai:n at complete mechanization
of the units by late 1975. so that
al! divisions will be able to move
flexibly.
Hundreds f armored carriers
will be bought in the L'.S. so that
by 1975 the number of modern-
ized infantry battalions will be
sixfold tMr number in 1663. Hit-
:. iiiber of tank battalions will
be moM than doubled In < mi ar-
isen with the situation In
Apart from mechanization of
tl e ..: anta -. the mod
plan has othe l fea-
t,.i<
by Tin: end of 197!
will have an air force of
planes, main]) An* ai
a ret<
in built.
In te nanpowi
now
.
lias with a a
i item.
The ai n
ting the A
tank i to
Several battalions of "Tow"
tank missiles are organize I
t > tackle the prol lem of Is I
- iperiority in tanks and maneuv-
ering capability.
More battalions >>f artillery
are being organized in order to
give sufficient fire cover to the
tank brigades along the Jordan
front. The number of self-pro-
pelled artillery battalions is
threefold compared with
Commando units have increased
tenfold since 1967.
IN VIEW of Israeli air supe-
tiority. the Jordanians are mul-
tiplving by five the number of
anti-aircraft guns compared with
1967 and they want to purchase
American Hawk missiles. Hus-
sein asked the oil-rich Arab
states to give him financial aid
to buy these expensive missiles
($100 million per battalion.)
All Jordanian soldiers will get
the American "M-16" rifle.
Even when this plan is com-
pleted, the Jordanian army will
be considerably weaker than
that of Egypt and Syria.

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Bank; any agreement must pro
vide for the presence of Israel,
military installations wherevei
they were required ("be it on the
river or on the hilltops") for ttv
protection of Israel's security,
any agreement, interim or perma
Dent, need not provide for Israel'
rule over the West Bank peopb:
and any agreement need not pro
vide for Israeli dispossession 01
West Bankers or settlement ir
.\r: Inhabited areas.
DAYAN SAID lie did not thin*
that JordU) would be ready t
accect these terms. Meverth
he thought Israel must stick I
themand be prepared to I
for them.
He said he took fail accoun*
and h -pad all KnesMters tool
the same full account in thei<
policies on Hie Wesl Bank, of the
Arabs' military might and of Ihs
I thai all Ihe Vrab states wen
united In their ileterm
restore the situation I pr
Allon said his own ide>s. lik
Dayan's. were unllk( ly to
i Foi in He hinti
that he had not relinquished th*
Alien Plan" tor a perm
|j military presence alons
the Jordan Ri
SVhi e he wot Id aol take u'
! ikud ha!.....as thai he
:!\ with Davan's views o<
: the Wesl B ink W
Ion -ad he was proud to
had :i p rt in th creation o'
every settlement that had arisei
there rince the Six Day War.
AT THF same time, he said h
was proud to have ben a part
ner in rhauing Kovenunenl oo'ie-
which forbade si'.Hement in cer
tain areas of the West Bank
In the voting. ex-Rafi Knes
seter MordecbaJ Ben Porat vote'
with the NRP and Likud opposi
tion. while Dayan. Transp
Minister Gad Yaacobi, Mrs. Ma
tilda Ghez ali of ex-Rafi a-"
well as Laborite Moshe Shaha!
and ex-Achdut Avoda's Mrs. Sho
shaqa Arbeli all abstained.
The motions were nevertheless
passed to committee by comfort
able majorities of six or sever
each time. Motions bv Rakah ami
Moked calling for the establish
rr>nt of a separate Palestinian
slate were struck off the agenda
with som? Mapam members, how
ever, breaking discipline and vot
iP2 with th.' extreme left-wingers
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Page 3-A
Israel Moves Toward Talks With Jordan
By DAVID LANDAU
JFRUSALEM (JTA) The statement issued here after a
..geven-hour debate In .the Cabinet on the "Palestine question", hardly
piarked a new departure in Israel's policy on the Palestinians.
Nevertheless, the statement
cmtained a significant sentence
which might well in the course
of time prove to have signified
an historic bellwether.
THE GOVERNMENT," the
If this construction of the
Cabinet statement is correct,
then it is significant, indeed.
And its significance is inevi-
tably enhanced if it is seen in
statement said, "will work to- juxtaposition with the Cairo
ward negotiations for a peace
3 !cement with Jordan."
This sentence, coupled with
the total absence in the Cabinet
stitement of any mention of fu-
t ire talks with Egypt, has led
, my observers here to the con-
cl iskHl that Israel now seeks ne-
s it ions with King Hussein on
the future of the West Bank as
the next stage of the Geneva
peace process.
One minister, indeed, told me
privately that his reading of the
statement and his assessment of
the Cabinet debate was that
there was now "a Cabinet con-
sensus" that talks with Jordan
were as desirable at this time as
talks with Egypt.
THE PREVIOUS preference,
of'en voiced in recent weeks by
Prime Minister Rabin and other
ministers, for another round of
with Egypt and another
partial Sinai settlement before
any talks with Jordan, was no
! inger Israel i>oIicy. this minister
sai l.
joint communique of President
Sadat and King Hussein of last
week recognizing Jordan as the
representative of the Palestini-
ans residing in Jordan (that is,
of the great majority of Pales-
tinians), with the PLO repre-
senting only those resident else-
where.
Indeed, some seasoned observ-
ers here attach a more than co-
incidental reading to the time-
proximity of the Sadat-Hussein
and the Israel Cabinet state-
ments.
IT IS as if Hussein, immeas-
urably strengthened by Sadat's
recognition of his claim to rep-
present the Palestinians, is now-
further boosted by Israel's firm
restatement of its long-held be-
lief that he and only he is a
legitimate and practical partner
for negotiations on the twin is-
sue of the West Bank and the
"Palestinian problem."
Some observers here would
even claim to detect some form
Egyptian Writer Visits
Israel for Three Months
Continued from Page 1-A
listen with open eyes anil open
i. ."try lo understand." Ms.
I!.-- in said, explaining she plans
,y for three months meeting
Is in order to write on Is-
In the eyes of an Egyptian.
SHE NOTED that "since not
Egyptian can meet Is-
n ls important for Jour-
its to lay the foundations for
a t :e i>eace.
"They can relay a true picture
a oilier side of what goes
on in the other country."
i. Hassan said that the first
place she went to see was Di/en-
goff Street of which she had
heard so much, and it immedia-
tely reminded her of Alexandria
with its modern houses, cafes
and restaurants, verandas, heat,
and smell of the sea.
A book written by Ms. Hassan
and the Israeli journalist Amos
Eton is scheduled to be published
next month.
She arrived here accompanied
by the French-Jewish artist.
Marc Halter, and his wife. Clara,
editor of the Movement for
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of coordination between the two
statements of position.
However that may be, there is
no doubt that the Cairo state-
ment greatly influenced the Is-
rael Cabinet debate.
FOB A minister like Yariv,
who only ten days earlier had
declared that Israel would nego-
tiate with Palestinian organiza-
tions were they to recognize Is-
rael and disavow terrorism, the
Cairo communique was appar-
ently enough to change his mind.
YARIV VOTED with the ma-
jority rejecting any possibility
of talks with Palestinian organi-
zations under any circumstances.
Any talks, as the majority
statement said, would be held
"between Israel and Jordan."
Yariv explained to newsmen
later that this position definitely
ruled out any separate talks ever
with Palestinian organizations.
It did not necessarily rule out
talks with a Palestinian group-
big which might appear in Ge- j
neva as part of the Jordanian
delegation.
That problem would have to
be examined by the Cabinet if
and when it arose, he said.
THAT PROBLEM, in fact, |
though for the present hypo- |
thetical, was the core of the dif-
ference lietween the Cabinet ma-
jority and the proponents of the
Kol-Shemtov minority draft.
One of the minority projx)-
nents stref.sed later that the
draft certainly did not urge sep-i
arate talks with Palestinian |
groups but only advocated
talks with such Palestinians as
would recognize Israel and dis-1
avow their aim of destroying it
within the framework of talks
with Jordan.
The minority, this proponent
explained, sought a positive in-
stead of a negative statement of
Israels position. They felt that
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to say Israel would talk with
certain Palestinians, under cer-
tain conditions, within the
framework of negotiations with
Jordan, was preferable from the
standpoint of image and infor-
mation efforts than repeating
the blanket declaration that Is-
rael would not negotiate with
terror groups and would nego-
tiate solely with Jordan.
THE MAJORITY, however,
felt otherwise. Its main concern
was that the statement should
make clear beyond doubt that Is-
rael would not hold separate
talks with the Palestinians.
This majority believed, follow-
ed from the basic premise, to
which the Cabinet unanimously
subscribed, that there was no
I>ossibility of a third, independ-
ent. Palestinian state in addition
to Israel and Jordan.
The statement stresses, and to
this all ministers agreed, 'will
be founded on the existence of
two independent states only: Is-
rael, with its capital united Je-
rusalem, and a Jordanian-Pales-
tinian Arab state. This state will
provide for expression of iden-
tity of the Jordanians and the
Palestinians."
IN RECOGNIZING the exis-
tence of a Palestinian "identity,"
the RaWn Cabinet had adopted a
slightly new tone in comparison
with Golda Meir's Palestinian
policy.
But its insistence on two
states only, and on talks with
Jordan only, represents a conti-
nuation of the previous govern-
ment's basic positions on the Pa-
lestinian issue.
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Reverse Discrimination
The Federal government's affirmative action program
in education and employment for Blacks and other groups
that have long suffered discrimination has caused a splin-
tering in the hiatpec partnership bet_*_jen .American Jew*
and Blacks in the civil rights movement.
Jews are against guota systems because they know
how it has been used against them. More important, the
move to help Blacks and others advance has seemingly
been and in some cases actually is at the expense of Jews.
This came to a head in the Marco De Funis case in
which De Funis, a Seattle Jew, complained that he was a
victim of "reverse discrimination" in 1971, when the Uni-
versity of Washington Law School refused him admission
while 37 others, mostly Blacks, with lesser qualifications
were admitted to the school. ______
The Martin Goldman Case
Such Jewish organizations as the Anti-Defamation
League, the American Jewish Committee and the American
Jewish Congress, long in the forefront of the civil rights
movement., backed De Funis.
The danger in the traditional Jewish stand, which
seeks justice for the underdog even at Jewish expense, is
now made most convincingly clear by the American Jew-
ish Committee's role in the struggle at Temple University
in Philadelphia involving a young professor of Afro-Amer-
ican history.
Prof. Martin Goldman, after being advised that his
qualifications were the best of all applicants for a faculty
position ai the Temple University Institute of Pan African
Studies in December, 1971, was denied an interview for
the job.
Temple didn't even go through the motions. From the
start, they simply told him to forget it because; as Goldman
has charged, he is white.
In the wake of Goldman's refusal to back off from the
case, the American Jewish Committee brought the mat-
ter to the attention of the Pennsylvania Human Relations
Commission and the U.S. Department of Health, Education
and Welfare.
The dispute ended when Goldman and the AJCommit-
tee withdrew their complaint in return for a cash settlement
equal to the salary Goldman would have earned at Tem-
ple had he been hired, less other salary earned during
that time.
But in offering the S5..000 settlement. Temple did not
concede that any discriminatory act had occurred.
it -tr 4
Compromise of Principle
Why the American Jewish Committee is satisfied is
hard to fathom. Certainly, we recognize the difficult task it
undertook, but the settlement is, as we see it, a profound
compromise of the principle involved.
Recently, Dr. Alvin Poussaint, a Black psychiatrist on
the medical faculty at Harvard University, warned Blacks
that the alliance between Blacks and Jews in the civil
rights movement is necessary now more than ever and
that "the Black community should not relinquish this alli-
ance on either the Israeli dispute or the quota argument."
While Jews, deeply wounded by vulgar anti-Semitic
developments in the Black community, must also take steps
to assure that the ties between them and Blacks in the
struggle against civil rights offenders are not compromised,
it does seem to us that the Goldman case is precisely the
kind of compromise we should not tolerate.
Indeed, the Goldmun case speaks for all white Amer-
icans, not just Jews., who should not be discriminated
against because of their color.
The American Jewish Committee stand in the De Funis
case was logical. In the Goldman case, it hedges the issue
and helps reverse discrimination move forward.
Working Both Ends
The fat is in the fire. The Rabin government is on
record that it will not negotiate with terrorists at Geneva.
Against this, we must observe the Sadat-Hussein joint
communique, which says nice things about terrorists like
the Palestina Liberation Organization but in the end aims
for the return of the West Bank to Jordanian rule.
Does this mean Israel and the Arabs are coming
closer together on the thorny Palestinian issue?
When Premier Rabin must warn his country about the
enormous strengthening of Syria by the Soviet Union since
disengagement along the Golan Heights, the answer must
be an emphatic no.
Sadat may be trying to get Syria to agree with him
that Jordan ought to be the representative of Palestinian
interests on the West Bank, not the PLO terrorists, but the
Soviet buildup of Syria speaks volumes in another di-
rection.
Quota System Back in Force
By BENJAMIN R. EPSTEIN
And ARNOLD FORSTER
'T'HERE HAS been growing
commotion in the United
States around the reemergence
of an evil that most Americans
had come to regard as rightfully
belonging to the dead past.
For a while it had seemed a?
though biatant discrimination in
employment anl in education
the use of "quotas," the ignor-
ing of individual merit, the in-
equality of opportunity that
arises from deliberate preference
of one skin color or ethnic back-
ground over another had been
a drasjon slain by years of civil
rights legislation and by the en-
lightenment of the Americin
people with respect to the re-
sponsibilities of democracy and
the rights of all individuals.
BUT SURPRISINGLY, and in
an ironic form, the dragon sur-
vived. Its return was drawn into
sharp public focus in the hearing
of the DeFunis case tDeFunfcs v.
Odegaard) by the U.S. Supreme
Court in the Spring of 1974.
Widespread abuse of previous-
ly accepted standards for college
admissions and appointments'- on
individual merit is apparent in
lecent examples of preferential
treatment, numerical quotas and
demands for proportional repre-
sentation.
Young Marco DeFunis. Jr.,
white, with a 3.71 grade point
average (out of a possible 4. )i
in college, as well as a high pie-
dieted first-year law school .aivr-
age. but bypassed by the Univer-
sity of Washington Law School
in favor of many others less
qualified, is not the only individ-
ual to have felt that abuse per-
sonally.
IN CONNECTION with the
government's guidelines for af-
Continued on Page 11 A

1 "' I

bv mm Rabbi Baruch Korff is provid-
ing us with the latest Jewish em-
barrassment. Different in kind,
let's say. than Rabbi Meir Ka-
hane of Jewish Defense League
notoriety, Rabbi Korff neverthe-
less manages to bring out Jew-
ish paranoia, defensiveness and
the old question: Is he good for
the Jews?
Naturally, he is being treated
with the silence that the Estab-
lishment greeted Kahane and
JDL, hoping that he will go
away. Only Rabbi Alexander
Schindler, president of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tion i Reform i. among prominent
Jews, has let it le known public-
ly that he doesn't care for Korff "s
attitude on the impeachment
proceedings involving Pre-
Nixon While he is careful to
acknowledge Korffs right to his
views, Rabbi Schindler gives 11
all away when he avers that
those views are not those of the
Jewish community or Judaism.
There are some who see this
Rabbi as a Nobody, from No-
where, Mass.. as a clown of the
Idiot type. I then also see him as
a clown, but the kind beneath
whose idiot surface lurks a suf-
fering heart, one who has been
touched by the moral midget in
the White House to the extent
that he foregoes all he has :
ed as a Jew about ethics and
morality and has become his
compassionate public defender.
Since most Jews, including the
four members of the House Ju-
diciary Committee who voted for
the impeachment articles, have
b.-en shown by polls to favor the
impeachment of the President.
Rabbi Korff to some of the more
cynical ones provides a kind of
protective cover. We need him, I
have been told, to prove that
there are some Jews who SU]
Nixon.
AND WHAT better one than a
Jew who has no standing in the
Jewish community either .
rabbi, a scholar or a leader of
people? Who can compare Nixon
to King David and ask, "So
what's perjury?"
There is much discussion as to(_
why the great majority of Jews'
vote liberal i remember, most ofk
us did not vote for Richard.
Nixon). My argument is that it
stems both from our tradition
and from our role in society that
has been imposed upon us these
past two thousand years or so.
That's why there is a sadness,
rather than bitterness, in the
spectacle of a rabbi even a
Nobody from Nowhere pray-
ing to God to prevent the im-
peachment of a Nixon rather
than praying that he learn mo-
rality and decency. A rabbi who
can see no distinction )>etween
virtue ahd vice and thus calls the
jury verdict of guilty for John
Ehrlichman "a blot on justice."
THE LESSON of Holy Scrip-
tures appear to nave been for-
gotten by tins swinging rabbi.
The lesson of Nathan and King
David, of King Ahab and Elijah
the prophets who confronted the
nation's leaders with their mis-
- rather than form a Na-
tional Committees tor Fairness
on behalf of those who abused
their power and did evil. No
i" of Jewish thought can
nee of ancient
" "King an law re two
r
brothers, mutually indispensi-
ble"; "Put not your trust in
princes." Surely, those rabbinic
defenders of the President on
Watergate must have read thai
he "Who wins through evil
loses," and brought to think of
Jeremiah as the sordid chiseling
of public funds to build San Cle-
mente end Key Biscayne is to! I:
"Woe unto him that buildeth his
house by unrighteousness and his
chambers by injustice."
Compassion if that is why
Rabbi Korff formed his Con
tee for Fairness to the Pi -
dent is no excuse for n
blindness. Nor do the thou_ ts
expressed by Rabbi Korff .. I
some of his Jewish followers
some of whom once did have ita-
ture as Jewish thinkers that
what has taken place in
country in recent months has
been a liberal and press con-
acy to change the results of the
1972 election stand the test of
the evidence, I have yet to see a
statement by those who drean I
this weird concOCtJon admit" [
their ei ror, Nor have those i
attacked me almost two :
b b of Nixon I
: that I was right
Continued on Page 9-A
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Allon in U.S. for High Talks
Continued from Page 1-A
(pcciii-' plans for talks with
ordan He said he would merely
. with Kissinger the various
ternatives for talks with King
ussein.
Israel indicated last week that
he is ready to hold negotiations
ith Jordan, and that she no
o'nger insists that a further round
cf'talks with Egypt take priority.
The reasons for this shift, ob-
Lervrrs note, is that the normal-
jjtion process on the Suez Canal
I proceeding slowly and Israel
Hurok Exec
Hears Appeal
For Soviets
Continued from Paje 1-A
Irrent in their chosen professions.
Xhi called attention to the
plight of Boris Penson, noted
Rica rainter. who is currently
.jving a 10-year sentence in a
evict labor camp because of his
Expressed desire to leave Russia.
pi KI'KR responded to the let-
by indicating he and the
Moi! e\ dancers were well
J i of the problem affecting
Jewish artists but thou-
[. rlier Jews who are also
, awaiting exit visas.
eplofed a recent incident
I physical violence to dis-
I arformaace of the dance
another clt occurred.
Te.ming this incident "barba-
: counter productive.
expressed appreciation
:"<;"iisibie manner in
c Conference had called
Ihe S iet Jewish issue to his
kttei
red the Conference del-
[ tioi hat the letter would be
j ii Mniseyev whom he
Identified as a "compassionate
: ..." He expressed con-
| !en v that Moiseyev would do
ild to help nlle-
i of the named
Who gives a
Biithday Party
,ou couldn't hold
3 candle to?
C
till u
Manager
wjui Ambassadors
1 tfHSOUTHBAYSHORMHilVt V '
Everybody^
Talking tbout,..
H'HVHll ITEPXRTIES
' THrPimykw
' ciiuii Crow
prefers not to continue the dia-
logue with Egypt until it can be
better determined how normaliza-
tion would take effect.
This issue of a Palestinian
entity, which was discussed at
the Cabinet session July 21, was
also undoubtedly raised by Allon.
ANOTHER subject discussed
was implementation of American
promises to increase economic
and military aid to Israel. Allon
was expected to be out of the
country for ten days.
His duties are being handlej
by Premier Yitzhak Rabin. Prior
to his American visit, Allon spent
three days in London, in what
was described as a "purely pri-
vate visit." Allon's son and daugh-
ter are currently in Britain.
At his desparture at Ben Gu-
rion Airport..Allon said he would
certainly talk to U.S. officiols
about the nc>d for secure and
defensible borders in the "future
map" of the Mideast.
However, he added, he was not
carrying with him any maps.
Allon said that his plans in-
clude the preparation for Rabin's
visit to the U.S., "which will be
part of a series of visits of Mid
east heads of states, similar to
the visits conducted now by For-
eign Ministers.'
ISRAEL RADIO reported ear-
lier that the discussions in Wash-
ington between Allon and U.S.
officials also focused on the slow
process of normalization not only
along the Suez Canal, but also
in Golan Heights. An on-the-spot
report said there were no signs
of reconstruction in Kuneitra, and
there was no indi^tion that the
Syrians were making prepara-
tions to re-populate the town.
Residents of the Golan border
settlements expressed concern at
this phenomenon. Israel Radio
reported that Allon raised the
Issue in Washington.
Meanwhile, former Israeli Air
Force Commander Mordechai
Hod, now an assistant to Defense
Minister Shimon Peres, was in
Washington to discuss negotia-
tions for American military as-
sistance to Israel agreed upon dur-
i"1? President Nixon's visit to Is-
rael.
Egypt Raises New Blocks
To Search for Bodies
TEL AVIV(JTA)Egypt is once again preventing Israel
from searching for bodies of Israeli soldiers killed in the Yom
Kippur War.
The teams of army chaplains who have been going into
Egyptian-held territory in search of the bodies, were prevented
from entering.
GEN. S. GIDRON, chief of the manpower division of the
Israeli army, met with Egyptian Gen. Majoub on the problem
hut was presented with unacceptable demands in return for al-
lowing the search to continue for the 74 bodies still missing.
Israel plans to continue seeking permission. During the cease-
fire negotiations Egypt promised it would not demand anything
in return for permission to carry out the searches.
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Fiiday, August 2, 1974
Summer Prepares Israel for Heat Ahead
By EDWIN EYTAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel boils, perspires and worries
Under the simmering summer sun. There are worries about everyday
economic difficulties and problems which have reached new heights:
inflation, credit shortages, price hikes and frozen wages.
Examples of the macapre hu-
mor displayed by those opposing
any Israeli withdrawal can be il-
lustrated by two "jokes": the
latest is the report that Tel
Aviv's main thoroughfare, Dizen-
goff, now one-way, will be open-
ed to two-way traffic again.
Why? Because the adjoining
Raines Street, one-way the other
way. will soon be returned to the
Arabs.
The other story is that Israel
has asked America for a large
aircraft carrier. Why? asks a
surprised Nixon. The answer is
because "we shall soon have to
hand over Ben Gurion Airport to
the Arabs."
TO MAKE matters worse, the
country lives through one polit-
ical and economic crisis after
another. Some of these crises are
more psychological than real,
but indicate a trend: thus, the
widest read political memoir just
now is the autobiography of the
late Premier Moshe Sharett. ser-
ialized by the mass circulation
evening paper, "Maariv."
Israelis of all political factions
and tendencies read with sur-
prise and shock Sharetfs revela-
tions: the plotting, intrigues and
petty combinations which mark-
ed Israels political life in the
1950s, (to which Sharetfs me-
moirs refer 1. but which Israelis
us] 1 ct to be the law still today.
. ally Israelis an hit
with daily price increases for
even staple commodities: food
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EVEN IF grossly exaggerated,
these stories indicate a frame of
mind, a psychological trend
which comes at a time when Is-
rael needs more than ever before
a national unity of purpose and
aspiration.
The real anguish is. however,
about the future not only the
economic future but the basic
political struggle into which Is-
rael will shortly be plunged.
MEMBERS OF the Knesset
from both governmental and op-
position parties openly admit
"we live the last quiet days
soon the country will be torn
asunder by conflicting views.
The Arabs, the Palestinians will
all become immediate problems
with which we will have to
cope."
All Israeli officials admit that
the political confrontation will
probably begin in earnest next
month.
THE ISRAELI policy, as laid
down by the Ha'.in government.
and apparently approved by a
vast majority of Israelis, accepts
and even wants the resumption
of negotiations with the Arabs
negotiations which should,
however, take place in Washing-
tor and in which only two coun-
tries should te represented at
one time: Israel and an Arab
state.
Israel thus sees the "Washing-
ton round" as a continuation of
-eparate disengagement talks
it has agreed to with the Arab
states.
In Israel's view, only after all
the practical details have been
solved dining this preliminary
d, can the Geneva confer-
ence resume to give a final and
formal touch to the results ob-
et diplomacy.
Israeli officials stress that the
Israeli-Syrian, or even the Is-
raeli Egyptian disengagement
agreements could not have been
obtained and signed in Geneva
unless the two sides had not pre-
viously engaged in secret nego-
tiations with American go-be-
tween help, the Kissinger shuttle
service.
ISRAEL IIELIEYES that this
precedent cjuld serve for the ac-
tual peace talks and should be
repeated in Washington itself
where Secretary of State Henry
A. Kissinger would be available
with his good o'fices.
On the Arab side, first indi-
cations show the Arabs reluctant
to adopt this technique in spite
of its past successes. The Arabs
say they could obtain more and
far-reaching concessions during
a general negotiation with all
the Arabs present.
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ians could well be an extreme
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'Argentine Publisher Passes
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)
A 62-year-old newspaper publish-
er who had been kidnapped June
25 was found here after police
raided the house in which he had
been held prisoner.
Dr. David Kraiselburd, a Jew,
was publisher of "El Dia" of La
Fiata, president of the "Noticias
Argtntinas" news agency and
vice ['resident of the Argentine
Newspaper Publishers Associa-
tion.
HE WAS l uried in the La Pla-
ta Jewish cemetery. Dr. Kraisel-
burd was a staunch defender in
his newspaper of Israel and Jew-
ish causes.
At one time, he was a member
of the La Plata Committee of
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity.
Police, who entered the house
after the srunfi^ht in the Gonnet
district near La Plata, found a
wojnded man. presumably one
of the kidnappers.
A woman who had a'so been in
the ho se managed to escape.
Dr. Kraiselburd'i body was found
in a tent within the house.
3,000 Israeli Soldiers Will
Be Given Separate Funerals
TEL AVIV (JTAI In complying with requests of be-
lt-;. \ed famiies and the Bereaved Parents Association, the Israeli
Army has decided to hold separate funerals for each of the 3.000
I. ri.e.i dead of the Yom Kippur War now buried in temporary
cemeteries.
The individual funerals will re held he'd seven j e- day
with four funerals only on Friday at each of the miitary
cemeteries.
The funerals will start August 6 and are expected to be
concluded toward the beginning of October.
. Arrangements were already made by the Army chaplainship
I of carrying out the reburial services throughout the country-
He had been shot twice in the
chest. It was not known whether
he had been shot by his kidnap-
pers earlier or inadvertently by
police bullets.
DR. KRAISELBIRD was ab-
ducted in broad daylight in the
center of La Plata by a group of
a dozen heavily armed men. Dur-
ing the time he was kidnapped,
his family did not receive any
ransom demands.
As a result, there is some spec-
ulation that his kidnapping was
politically motivated although no
group claimed resixnsibility for
his abduction.
However, the newspaper "La
Razon" speculated that the kid-
nappers may have belonged to a
left-wing group within the Per-
onist movement.
It noted that the wounded man
found in the house, Carlos Alber-
to Starita. belonged to the "Ju-
ventud Universitarla Peronista"
and possibly a member <>f the
"Montoneros" action group.
COL. CBSAB DIAZ, chief of
Buenos Aires province police,
told a press conference that evi-
dence collected at the kidna>
] crs' hideout indicated the..' were
members of a self-styled Per-
onist urban guerrilla group, but
< ei lined to give details.
MK Urges Forming
Of Diaspora Army
To Set for War
TEL AVIV (JTA) An Independent Liberal Party
member of the Knesset has urged the creation of a reserve
body of 100,000 Jewish youth in the diaspora who will be ready
to come to Israel's aid should war break out again.
Hillel Seidel made the suggestion in the wake of a report
from Cairo that the Egyptian Chief of Staff is setting up a United
Arab Command to prepare for war, possibly in 1975, if Israel
does not return occupied territory.
SEIDEL SAID if Isael is seriously prepared for war it might
deter the Arabs from another attack.
Seidel also noted that Egyptian President Anwar Sadat has
convinced King Hussein of Jordan to compromise with the Pal-
estinian terrorists.
The two Arab leaders issued a statement saying the Pales-
tine Liberation Organization represented the Palestinian people.
Subsequently, the PLO rejected the move charging it would lead
to Hussein reestablishing his rule over the West Bank rather
than the creation of a separate Palestinian state.
THE PALESTINIAN news agency WAFA charged in Beirut
that Egypt and Jordan were trying to divide the Palestinian
people and deprive them of the right to have their own state.
Shmuel Tamir, head of the Free Center Party, a member of
Likud, said the Sadat-Hussein statement makes it clear that the
Aiabi have decided to push for a Palestinian state in addition
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Friday, August 2, 1974
Vitriolic Editorial Stirs Angry Response
MILWAUKEEA vitriolic anli
Israel editorial in the student
newspaper of the University of
Wisconsin in Madison, denounc-
ing plans for an exchange rela-
tionship between the university
and the University of Haifa, has
turn MSt'lSd by the newspaper's
editor-in-chief, Dan Ulrich, as
"just stupid" and one that "does
not make any sense."
The editorial, written by Tom
Mauer, the newspaper's opinion
editor, who is described as a New
Left partisan and who has writ-
ten similar editorials in the past,
asserted that the Haifa Univer-
sity was part of "a broad system.
Zionist, that, with the aid of
powerful Western imperialism
such as the United States, estab-
lished an exclusivist state in
Palestine over the bodies of and
through the removal of the in-
digeneous population."
Ulrich. in an interview with
the Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle,
also said that the editorial had
drawn a quick and angry response
on campus. Chancellor Werner
Baum, reacting to the editorial
when it was published, said it
would have no effect on the plans
for the exchange relationship
with the Haifa school
to -tt
Charged Without Foundation
LONDONDr. Heinrich Spet-
ter. the 55-year-old Bulgarian Jew-
ish economist who was sentenced
fH
"*'
West Bank 'Settlers'
Flushed Out by Army
TEL AVIV UTAt The
150 settlers who sought to estab-
lish a settlement at Sebastia
near NaUui on the West Bank
averted a showdown with the
government by deciding to leave
their encampment a few minutes
before a government deadline.
A spokesman for the settlers,
most of them Orthodox, said
they were not leaving of their
own free will but that they did
not want a confrontation with
the Israel Defense Force.
DEFENSE MINISTER Shi-
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families, in line with a Cabinet
decision Friday, that if they did
not leave the place on their own
volition, the government would
use its authority to remove them.
The spokesman said they
would not return directly to
their homes but would pa as a
.group to Jerusalem to press their
demand for permission to create
a settlement in the Samaria sec-
tion.
The spokesman said they
planned to gather near the Ye-
shiva of Rabbi Kook. a strong
supporter of their attempt to
create a settlement at Sebastia.
there to stage a mass rally, pro-
ceed in-; from there to the West-
ern Wali for prayer.
ALTHOUGH the Cabinet act-
romptly in deciding that the
.-ettiers had acted illegally and
I not remain, no govern-
n was taken beci
Hrsl the Sabbath, and then Ti-.. .
B'av. The families had trii
last month but
i .
On their attempt they
;e i to eva le on army cor-
d the arei
miles northwesl ; iron.
made no se-
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ing Israeli offl !i is. s .-. ral of
i with E*.
I Galilee, but,
received onlv s >n of the
govi rnmeni ; osil >n that tl
could be no settlements in thi
area without approval
eminent
to death on May 31, was disclosed
to have been charged and tried
in Sofia on July 17 for an alleged
second offense while his appeal
from the death sentence is pend-
ing.
The appeal a?ainst the death
sentence, for alleged espionage,
will be heard in Sofia on Aug. 5.
Information about the second
trial has not reached the West.
Efforts to save the Jewish econo-
mist, which began as soon as the
first sentence was imposed, are
continuing.
Observers here said the spying
charge appears to be completely
without foundation and that the
circumstances of his arrest and
first trial indicate a monstrous
miscarriage of justice.
& ft
Ancient City Uncovered
JERUSALEMAfter four years
years of excavation work, the an-
cient city of Merot, which flour
i-rieH in the firt century C.E..
has been uncovered near Safad
by an archeological team spon-
sored by the Albright Institute in
cooperation with several Amer-
ican universities.
The dig uncovered the founda-
tions of a bastion and synagogue
and found Roman and Hasmonaen
coins, farming tools and pottery,
according to William Dever, di-
rector of the institute.
Prof. Eric Meyers led the ex-
ravations. Dever said the arche-
ologists were reconstructing the
cynagocuo to study life in Merot
which had been mentioned by the
Jewish hi=torian Josephus in his
"Jewish Wars."
ft ft ft
Charge Racial Discrimination
NEW YORKThe Philadelphia
Chapter of the American Jewish
Committee has announced the
signing of an agreement of con-
ciliation with Temple University
in a cae involving a young pro-
fesaOT of Afro American History
who had been denied an op-
portunity to compete for a faculty
positior. at the school's Institute
of Pan African Studies in Decem-
ber. 1971.
The complainant, former Phila-
drlDhian Martin Goldman, con-
tended that after he hid been ad
vised that his qualifications were
the best of all applicants, he was
not permitted a personal inter-
view hrn it became known be
is white. Goldman has charged
the University with racial dis-
criminate
The dispute ended with an
Bgr : nt by the academician
and >JCommittee to with '
their complaints in return for a
cash settlement equal to the
salary Goldman would have earn-

SUMMER SPECIAL!
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ed at Temple had he been hired,
less other salary earned during
that time.
ft : ft ft
lews 'Honor1 General* '
BUDAPEST Representatives
of the Hungarian Jewish com-
munity visited Vilmos Nagy on
his 90th birthday is an expression
of gratitude to the retired gen-
eral and former Hungarian De-
fense Minister for his help to
Hungarian Jews in World War
II.
Nagy, one of the few high-rank-
ing military leaders who did not
participate in the persecution of
Hungarian Jews, had refused to
follow a German order for the
deportation af 10.000 Jews.
He eventually resigned because
of the incident and shortly after-
wards was arrested and deported
bv the German SS.
ft ft ft
Chair in Sephardic Studies
NEW YORKThe first chair
in Sephardic studies at an Amer-
ican university has been estab-
lished at Yeshiva University, and
will be inaugurated during the
1974 75 academic year by Israeli
scholar Dr. Hayyim J. Cohen, it
was announced by Dr. Samuel
Belkin, president.
Dr. Cohen will occupy the Pro
fessorial Chair in Sephardic
Studies and will hold the rank
of visiting distinguished profes-
sor. He is senior lecturer at the
Institute of Contemporary Jewry
at Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem, where he has taught since
1963.
ft ft ft
JNF Has New Project
JERUSALEMWith the open-
ing of a new road connecting
Becrsheba and Beit Qama in the
Negev, the Jewish National Fund
is initiating the planting of euca
lyptus trees using the system of
"limans."
"Limans" are created at sites
where water gathers after rains.
A small dam is constructed there
to keep the water from running
off. compelling it to form a pool
and in subsequent weeks to seep
into the ground thereby enabling
trees to subsist where they could
not manage on rainfall alone.
The eucalyptus trees are an
integral part of Ereb Yisrael his
tory A' the turn of the centurj
halutzim used to dry swamps by
planting eucalyptus trees and
turning them into fertile land.
Kissina i Meets Delineation
WASHINGTON Secretary of
st::'-' Henry A. K ssinger told
American Jewish leaden here
that he understood their concern
i a who seek to emi-
gra( to Israel and that ho was
pursuing the matter.
Kissinger met with Rabbi Is-
rael Miller, chairman of the Con-
ference of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations;
Mas Fi-her, chairman of the
board of governors^ the Jewish
Agency: and Stanley H. Lowell
chairman of the National Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry.
The meeting in Kissinger's in-
ner office was held prior to a
meeting with 17 American Jew-
ish leaders in which the overall
situation in the Middle East, con-
tinued American economic and
military support tc Israel, the
concern over the late of Syrian
Jewry and other matters of what
was described as mutual interest
were discussed.
Kissinecr briefed tne three
Jewish leaders on his talks with
Soviet officials and talks last
week with Sens. Henry Jackscn
(D., Wash), Abraham Ribiccff
Tt Conn.^ and Jacob Javits (R.,
N.Y.) on this issue.
ft ft ft
Charge British Interference
LONDON A diplomatic row
has blown up between the United
Kingdom and Syria over what
the Syrians call "British inter-
ference in the internal affairs of
Syria." The British Committee
for Jews in Arab Lands, a gen-
eral and not a Jewish body, com-
prising a number of members of
Parliamnnt. and the House cf
Lords, both Jews and non-Jews,
requested the government. < n
purely humanitarian grounds to
intervene with the Syrian govern
ment in order to alleviate tr-
suffering of Syrian Jews.
Whan the British Ambassador
in Damascus sent a report repeat-
ing the official Syrian version,
that everything is all right v. :h
the Jews of Syria, members of
Parliament told the Foreign Sec-
retary that it was not the r: ness of the British Ambassador to
cover up the persecution of in-
nocent people and to act as an
apologist for the Syrian.
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Turks Picked Up at BG Airport
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV(JTA)A Turk-
ish Airline plane arrived at Ben
Gurion Airport and pic ked up 42
Turkish soldiers who were res-
cued off the Cypriot port of
Paphos by an israeli training
, :;l and brought to Israel.
Meanwhile, the first group of
Israeli* strafed in Cyprus, who
were evacuated to London with
the help of the British, arrived
in Israel.
THE GROUP, comprised of 37
ren and women members of the
Nature Lovers Society, were
lavish in their praise of the Brit-
ish officers and soldiers in Cy-
prus who arranged their evacua-
tion from the Platros region
t. \ were visiting.
Members of the group said
they did not see any fighting but
rji I hear shooting.
The "Mavo'ot Yam." a training
of the Education Ministry's
maritime and fishing school,
which lescued the Turkish sol-
was on a training voyage
in the Aegean Sea when the war
in Cyprus broke out. The ship
was ordered to cancel the voy-
age and return to Israel imme-
diately.
WKST OF Cyprus, some dis-
tance from Paphos. the ship en-
countered three lifeboats filled
with Turkish soldiers saved from
a Turkish naval vessel, believed
t > be a destroyer or a large larui-
, rait, which was attacked
an 1 sunk, reportedly in error, by
- Turkish planes.
Reuben Pinhassi, captain of
t Israel] vessel, took the 42
iers on board and radioed au
ties in Israel about the rej-
Israeli officials promptly relay-
COHEN: Rabbi
Korff Back
To Embarrass
I wrote then, "The President
m iy not have had a direct hand
in the Watergate machinations
but there is no doubt in my mind
t::at the atmosphere in the
White House provided the sanc-
t >n for those of his associates
who planned and carried out one
of the most frightening political
- In our history." And that
written before any tapes
.en known about.
LET ME commend for study to
its Korff, Seymour Siegel.
howski this Psalm
* n part: "how long
you judge unjustly and show
I to the wicked? But you
i nothing you understand
an I mlk in the dark
earl i's foundations are
way."
fa Southern
iti Rep. James Mann
South I if the Jewish
- aren't good eno
e we so morally bankrupt
we would accept a past
loing or (de
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permission, which was granted,
to send a plane to pick up the
soldiers.
The Ministry of the Interior
provided entry permission to Is-
rael to the rescued soldiers.
THE "GAUM" of the Kibbutz
Meuchad Maritime School was
also on the high seas when the
war started and also was order-
ed home. The "Galim," which
had been near the Greek islands
Off Turkey's shore, reached Is-
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exercise trip to five days.
The 37 Israelis were among a
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by the British Royal Air Force
and brought t> London. The rest
of the estimated 250 Israelis on
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foi Teturn to "Israel.
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The Israeli Association of Sur-
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The 42 Turkish soldiers. In-
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Friday, August 2, 1974
Israelis Must Know Holocaust
GENEVA(JTA) A Hebrew
University historian said here
that Israelis must be taught to
identify themselves with the vie
tims of the holocaust, not just
the resistance fighters.
Prof. Shimon Hermon. profes-
sor of modern Jewish history at
Hebrew University, said that Is-
raeli educators have been stress
ing the aspects of resistance dur
ing World War II.
HE SAID this was a partial ap-
proach and Israeli children
should be brought up to identify
themselves totally with the Jew-
ish past in the diaspora.
Speaking at a cymposium on
the holocaust during the annual
meeting of the board of trustees
of the Memorial Foundation for
Jewish Culture. Hermon de-
clared: "It is immoral, and will
be even more immoral as time
goes on, to ask the question,
whether the martyrs of the
holocaust could have done more
in active resistance. This attitude
could well make children hate
the victim rather than the per
secular."
However, he noted that since
1967 this attiude has changed and
the holocaust is much more pro-
nounced in the consciousness and
behavior of Israalis.
Brig. Gen. Yitzhak Arad. direc-
tor of Yad Vashem in Jerusalem
and a former partisan fighter
against the Nazis, stressed that
it was not always appreciated that
it sometimes took more courage
to stay with one's family and try
to protect and feed them than to
*eave the town and join the
partisans.
HE SAID many Jews who tried
to join partisan units were not
permitted to join.
Arad. who was a tank comman-
der in the Israeli army, said the
lesson Israeli; have learned from
the holocaust is that the only an-
swer is to be strong and able to
defend oneself.
Dr. Yehuda Bauer, head of the
Institute of Contemporary Jewry
at Hebrew University, said the
only way to prevent another
holocaust is for Jews and non-
Jews to be aware of what hap-
pened.
"We are only at the beginning
of our efforts to teach the holo
eaust to future generaions. though
the Israelis have already learned
the lesson of how to defend them-
selves," Bauer said. "Because Is-
rael is there, another holocaust
becomes very remote, in fact un-
likely."
PROF. IRVING Greenberg of
the City College of New York, in
dealing with the religious aspect
of the holocaust sai dthat as far
as he was concerned the reality
of God was greater than ever,
th? rebirth of Israel was the
redemption of his faith and the
line between secular and reli-
gious Jews was no longer credi-
ble.
"After all. the rehabilitation of
Jews is a much more important
religious precept than prayer," he
said.


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MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA.
TION, 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowiti.
2
BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert M. Baumgard. Associate Rabbi
Barry Altman. 3
ihi Fast I >:iy of Al>."
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William Lipson. 4
Clerics Intercede for Syrians
BRUSSELS Belgian religious leaders, a Chief
Rabbi and a Catholic priest.
have appealed to Syrian Presi-
dent Hafez Assad on behalf of
the two young Jews whose trial
reopened in Damascus July 25.
They are charged in connec-
tion with the murder earlier this
year of four young Jewish wom-
en attempting to escai>e Syria.
IN A telegram. Belgian Chief
Rabbi Robert Drey fuss appealed
to the Syrian leader in the name
of the Central Israelite Consis-
tory of Belgium.
He demanded that Assad "re-
spond immediately to all those
who have placed their hopes in
his humanity and justice" re-
garding the fate of the two
young Jewish men.
In a separate telegram. Msgr.
Georges de Jardin called on the
Syrian leader to use his author-
ity to see the two are released.
THE CHRISTIAN leader fur-
ther urged that Syrian Jews be
granted the freedoms "they are
entitled to under the Convention
of Human Rights to which Syria
is a signatory."
These freedoms include the
right to emigrate.
The twe young Jews were
originally charged with murder-
ing the young girls, but Syrian
authorities have withdrawn the
murder charge according to Is-
raeli Supreme Court Judge Haim
Cohen. Protests from world pub-
lic opinion reportedly prompted
the Syrian decision.
The two are now charged with
complicity to help the four girls
escape Syria illegallv. If convict-
ed, they face a possible five-year
Egypt Gloats She 'Won' the War
NEW YORK (JTA i The
editor of a quarterly published
by the American Academic Asso-
ciation for Peace in the Middle
East said here that rather than
preparing for peace Egypt is
boasting of its victory over the
Israelis and plans to use the
United States to achieve its aims
in the Middle East.
Anne Sinai, the editor of Mid-
dle East Information Series, said
this was the impression she re-
ceived on a recent visit to Egypt
WRITING IN the New York
Times. Ms. Sinai said that
"Egypt appears to believe
not only in her total victory but
also that it is in a position to
dictate the peace terms and that
the United States can he per-
suaded to accept her fixed pre-
conditions."
Ms. sin.-c *aid that Egyptians
believe that mce the U.S. with-
draws support for Israel, "the
Zionist slate will full of its own
inner social tensions."
She concludes that Egypt and
Syria want American aid in or-
der to modernize, but they are
willing to sacrifice this moderni-
zation if they do not g"t all of
Their conditions for peace.
Ms. Sinai said Egypt, like Syr-
ia, feels she "can have it both
ways. If the United States does
not fulfill Egypt's extravagant
expectations, she can always
turn to the Russians again."
Europe Urges Ban on Arab Aid
JERUSALEM (JTA)Representatives of 13 European parlia-
ments have concluded a two day conclave here by urging European
countries not to give in to Arab economic pressures aimed against
Israel.
The resolution adopted unanimously by the some 140 persons at-
tending the Conference of the Europe-Israel Parliamentary Friend-
ship Association also urged world solidarity with Israel while calling
for direct negotiations between Israel and the Arab states.
PREMIER Yitzhak Rabin told
the closing session of the confer-
ence that Israel would not nego-
tiate over her very existence
despite her desire for peace talks
with the Arabs.
He declared that Jerusalem
would remain under Israel sover-
eignty with guarantees of free
access and usage of the holy
places.
Earlier former Foreign Minis-
ter Abba Eban called on Europe
r.'ii to give in to Arab oil black
mail.
He said the Cyprus crisis show-
ed there was no value in inter-
national guarantees and the only
way to solve disputes was through
direct negotiations.
Likud leaders Menachem Bei-
gin said the surpris" attncV on
Israel that occurred last -Yom
Kippur could be repeated any-
time.
Air Force Strikes Bases
X*
In 'Fatahland' Again
TEL AVIV(JTA)Israel ? ir Fore planes have hit at ter-
rorist bases in the "Fatahland" of southeast Lebanon, an Israeli
army spokesman announced.
He said the air raid ,the first since June 19. lasted several
minutes and was aimed at members of the El Fatah terrorist
organization who are in the area.
AH Israeli aircraft returned safely to base. Premier Yitzhak
Rabin has repeatedly stressed that Israel will hit at terrorist
bases to prevent any attacks on Israeli settlements.
AS THE session was ending a
small group of delegates decided
to keep in constant touch on ef-
forts to help Soviet Jews to emi-
grate to Israel.
British MP Grevllle Janner,
temporary coordinator for the
croup, said he was delighted" at
the development since it was the
first time parliamentarians from
a larcc number of countries had
agreed to work together on the
problem.
The parliamentarians had
agreed to channel their efforts
through the British All-Party
Parliamentary Committee for the
Release of Soviet Jewry of which
Janner is chairman.
At a press conference, the
European visitor? said they would
act in their countries against the
resolution adopted by the nine
Common Market countries sup-
porting the Arab interpretation
of Security Council Resolution
242
THEY said that they now
understood Israel's problems bet
ter and could therefore exert
their influence more effectively
for a more pro-Israeli policy by
their governments.
The Europe-Israel Parliamen
tary Association had previously
held meetings in Paris and Ber
lin following the Yom Kippur
War. This was their first meet-
ing in Israel.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Raboi H. Rothmkr. 5
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Leon Segal. Rev. Alex
Stahl. Rev. Mendel Gutterman. I
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Nurot. 10
Friday. B:0Q p.m. Cantor Jacob O.
Bomsteln explore* "The Sound of
Jewish Music."
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. 22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE-
GATION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave.
Rabbi Meir Masliah Melamed. 23-A
EMANUEL (Temple). 1701 Washing,
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
CONGREGATION AN-NELL (Branch
of Hebrew Acadimy). 7th St. and
Meridian Ave Orthodox 25-A
JACOB C. COHEm COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stem.
Cantor Meyer Engel. 23
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabh, David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif 27
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitx. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
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NER TAMIO (Temple). 20th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Cantor Ed.
ward Klein. 29
NORTH BAY VILLAGE jewkj
CENTER. 1720 79th St, Caus-w,?
North Bay Village. Con.er;^1.''
ly Village. Conservat,
Cantor Murray Yavnah 33.^
AGUDAS ACHIM NU3ACH SEFART.
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St M
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi Ma-"
decai Chaimovits.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple) nit
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conservative
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Cantor Ian
Alpern. *-
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center '9258
NE 3rd Ave. Orthodox. 53*^
BETH TORAH. 10S1 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max L10
schitz. Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson
Ml
BETH TOV (Temple). 8438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Rubel. Cantor Seymour Hinkee. 8
Friday. 7:30 p.m. Special Family Serv-
ice, Rabbi Aitmiin will xpeak on theme
"More Tale* fnim the WIm- Slen 01
("holm." Henry l Snlolat, will make hi debut at Mtn -
leak
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Victor D. Zwe!-
ing. Cantor Jack Lerner. -||
SINAI (Temple) OF NORTH DAOj
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Pi:,.
Ralph P. Kingaley. Cantor Irvmgl
Shu'kes. 371
Friday S:15 p.m.. Dr. Michael Kroo.
recently returned from Russia, trill
.speak on l!ii-.-ian Jewry.
B'NAI ISRAEL AND GREATER
MIAMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE. 9800
Miller Road, Orthodox. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE ^915' NS
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabb Dov
Bidnick 38
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml.
AMI, 990 NE 171st St. Or'Bidox
Rabbi Zev Leff. 39
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Solomon
Waldenberg. Cantor Nathan Parnass
OR OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi David M.
Baron. Cantor Stanley Rich. 13
Friday, B:00 p.m., Saturday, l:So a.m.
Sabbath Services conducted by Rabbi
Devld Baron; Cantor Stanley Rich
will chant.
TEMPLE ISRAEL-SOOTH (Formerly
Beth Tikva) 9025 Sunset Dr. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 1S-A
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Kiein. 14
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ZION (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman Sli -ipiro.
Cantor Errol Helfman. 16
MALI AH
TIFERETH JACOB (Templi). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
than Zvlondek. 15
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 2225
NE 121st St, Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor Yehuda
Binyamin. 35
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever. 17
----a-------
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
-------------
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
--------a--------
BETH RAPHAEL iT'.mple). 1545 Jef-
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Elliot Winograd. Cantor Saul Breeh.
20
ispembly <>f America, tu.-sf speaker,
BETH SHOLOM. (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Libeial. Raboi Leon Kroniih.
Cantor Oavid Conviser. 21
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TEMPLE BETH SOLOMON. 927 Lin-
coin Rd. Modern Conservative. Rab-
bi David Raab. 21.A
CO*At GABIES
JUDEA (Temple). 5550 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Michael B. Enen-
stat. Cantur Rita Shore. 40
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. 41
Conservative Rabbi Maxwell A. Ber-
ge Canti- Staiey Rich. 411
smtnm
MOOAN DAVID CONGREGATION!
9348 Harding Ave. Orthcdo
Isaac D. Vine. Cantor LieBeli
Levins.
fOUT LAUDtnDALt
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 W. I
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Pn o A.
Labowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu 421
--------------
EMANUEL. 3243 W. Oakland i-k|
Blvd. (Reform). Rabbi Arthur J
Abrams. Cantor Jerome Klement 3|
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW C0N-|
GREGATION. Libertal. 350* L-
versity Dr. Rabbi Max Weitz. 44|
POMP AND If ACH
MARGATE JEWISH CKNTER 6">1|
NW 9th St.
SHOLOM (Temple). 1S2 Sli 11th Ave,
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Soo. I
Cantor Yaacov Henzer.
HA II AND AIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CEN'ER
(Conservative). 416 NE 8th *.**
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz. Ci-ti
Jacob Danziger.
12
Hourwooo
BETH EL (Temple). 1551 S. '4th ave,
Rf.'orm. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe Ass it-
ant Rabbi Harvey M. Rosenfeia 5
Friday, 8 IS p.m Sabbath '
services Robert W. Gordon
llvei sermonette on "Jewish Is 1 *,'-1*8
n| Mind." Memorial prayers >
recited al conclusion of mi
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 460' Ar.
thur St. Conservative. Rabo Mor.
ton Malavsky. Cantor Irving Co.3 *s
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbi David S"ao '9
Associate Rabbi, Chaim S. List' ?I3-
Cantor Yehuda L. Heilbraun
TEMPLE BETH AHM. Corservirve^
310 SW 82nd Ave., Hollywood
David Rosenfield. Cantor h>"r
Schmerling.
i- B
TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal. 510_s"*r:|
idan St.. Hollywood. Rabb B:'_'".
Frazin. Cantor Michael Kyrr. 4;-0
YOUNG ISRAEL of HOLLVA00D
(Orthodox). 3891 Stirling Rd. M
Saturday( B rn
--------e--------
M'RAMAff
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35!- St
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom 0'1Z"
Cantor Abraham Kester.
HOMESTEAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER j
183 NE 8th St. Conservative
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
14 AB 7:46
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OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr. Or. I
thodox. Rabbi Phineas A. Weberman '.
______ _____ 30 j
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 3t I
C<2N 44 Washington Ave. 32
This pege it Bffpsinii '"
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Cci'Tiitnater of the featu'et
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"Jewisfi ftvridFfor
Page 11-A
Quota System Back in Force
Continued irom Page 4-A
,iive action in hiring, the
,. uer direct* of the De;.art-,
of Health, Education and
ire's Office tor Civil Rights
B imontthed college and unlver-
.. ulininistrators to hire "with*
., compromise of quality."
the Office for Civil Rights
does not measure compliance or
;.,, non-compliance with re-
to tjiia .-i Imonitlon; there
, lellnes or req lire*
rej ai lii iu ilit r. N
re an easier meas-
- work with, and HEVVs
. b, ,1 goals an I timetables
. a Imini itiators feel corn-
to .use.
\ he WO i Presi lent
Ii arfment i ei sal I
the 1 Is to
the
il
nstanees.il
n & i) i
led ] et'
;
> and i
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... ther sil
- where s llitj has
i -.-. !. and
,. tter serve -
neral c ept I
dlsl irte !
its might well
even ;
: tlified' in-
ctor in,- ss iu ery?
AM) un.vi : ; ens when
instr ictor'i tssi m prog-
gome of whom may rise;
above the instructor but some
of whom may themselves be
"marginally qualified." take tests
"f6r'ficeh'se*fro practice, pass be-
cause of group identity rather
than skill, and are employed on
hospital staffs on the same
ground?
Would anyone, of -'.ny race, re-
ligion, e.\ or ethnit. background,
want to.be operated on by a
marginally qualified" surgeon?
The aigument carries the point
to Its extreme.
It : possible that some bril-
liant Instructor or surgeon may
lurk I ehind those "marginal"
qi a ifications. Bit it is unlikely.
What risks are to be taken, and
who Itaws the line ai which they
are no longer taken? Society has
devise a better measure
of ince,
I ;I, p pre : ex ellent
i o; thai
It i
: exi el ent-
1...
WHEN i akea s h qui
ns .i appl es e i
. v i liscrimina-
tioi and! lates foi ision
oi i'.i i a
Ben ice to all; when it does n it,
a disservice will
. >n all-
.- itten ;an1 upon prefe-
l treatmei ir
any temporar or even
range bo :ia I or.cuts it mighi
help to achieve.
But in response to those who
e seriuusb and sincerely for
weakening of the merit principle
in behaU 1 social considerations,
some additional points ought to
be ma le
Urge National Health Plan
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an end to eligibility tests and
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may have to hire the mquali-
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other individuals on the same
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witiLK the greateel number I
of complaints might well be ex-
pected to come from white
maies. there appear to be, in,
some instances at least, first-and
second-class positions among
"minorities" themselves. At the.
University of Minnesota, for ex
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consideration for a university
jn-sonnel [>osition filed a charge |
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r-.:s Sapir (center) July 30 at the Greater
..; Jewish Federation were (left to right):
Dr. Sol Center, Norman H. Lipoff, Sapir,
GMJF Vice President Harry B. Smith and
Stephen Muss.
CONDITIONS IN ISRAFL
Sapir in Miami To Address
South Florida Leaders
Former Finance Minister of Israel Pinchas Sapir (seated),
currently President of the Jewish Agency for Israel, was
guest of honor at a July 30 reception hosted by Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Russell. Together for the event were (left to right):
David B. Fleeman, President of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation; Mrs. Russell, hostess and Secretary of the
GMJF Women's Division; Mr. Russell, GMJF Immediate Past
President; and L. Jules Arkin, GMJF Vice President.
: ..iion's pressures are all
the world." said Jewish
President Pinchas Sapir,
ssing the first of several
of leaders of South Flor-
'. wish community at the
ter Miami Jewish Federa-
g : on Tuesday. "In Israel, there
n more reasons for soar-
i -illation including the
I<" war, which cost us $7 bil-
And, of course, there is no
uvalent in dollar* for the suf-
, and for the thousands
Sapir, formerly Israel's
i : nt Finance, was visiting
\ specifically to inform
leaders about eondi-
Israel, and to encourage
e I supporl for the Fede-
- Coml Ined Jewish Ap-
el Emei gency Fund.
sorption of immigrants is
ostly for Israel," saiii Sa-
Forty to fifty thousand
- | er family but this is
i important from many
of view. Because the more
e Israel has. the better the
for peace. Now we
arly three million |>eople.
. like to see the |x>pula-
Israel grow to perhaps
i in my lifetime."
Jew ish Agency head was
: ici d by Greater Miami
sh Federation Vice Presi-
!.. Jules Arkin, and was
'i enthusiastically by *ev-
ips representing the
"i various segments
Ml imi's Jewish popu-
A luncheon : t the 1 leration 1200
levard, were hold in
m Tuesdaj. Jt ly 30.
Jewish Agency is the
i nmental body w hi rh
the major portion ol
uted by Amei lean
the support of human!-
roj rams In Israel. The
which has Ikhmi in exist-
ence more than twice as long as
the State of Israel itself, has re-
mained among the most impor-
tant bodies through which world
Jewry is able to assist the people
of Israel by supporting social
welfare programs. These include
absorption of new immigrants to
Israel, creation of new housing
units, special projects in agricul-
ture and continuing grants to
education.
Mr. Sapir became the head of
the Jewish Agency this year, i
after serving more than a decade '
as Israel's Minister of Finance. A |
native of Poland, he has been
active in strengthening Israel |
through agriculture, finance and i
government since his settlement |
there nearly 45 years ago. He
has been a leading statesman
end cabinet member since 1955.
*fTC
valuable first edition set of 24 volumes of the Babylon
Talmud presented to Boys Town Jerusalem by former Judge
2nd Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro of Miami Beach, was received
)y Rabbi Moshe Linchner (right) of the school's Talmudical
Academy. This edition of the Talmud is by the famed 19th
fentury Jewish Publishing House of Vilna, headed by the
[Widow Rom." The donated volumes came from the library
j 'he late Pincus and Estelle Shapiro, parents of Judge
piapiro. BTJ, now celebrating its 25th anniversary, provides
.250 students with academic, technological and spiritual
raining. It is located in the hills of Judea.
eJe wish Flor idian
Miami, Florida Friday, August 2, 1974
Section B
Rabbi Victor Zwelling To
Interview Guest On Ch. 7
Rabbi Victor Zwelling of Con- j
gregation 15 nai Raphael will in-
terview Rabbi Marvin Tokayer
on Ch. 7's -Still. Small Voice'
Sunday, at 10 a.m. Rabbi Tokay- '
er has been the rabbi of the Jew-
ish community in Japan for the ,
past six years.
Rabbi Zwelling will discuss ,
the uniqueness of the Jewish
community in Japan as well as
the oriental Jewish community
in general and the recent changes
in Japan's attitude toward Israel |
. the Middle East In view of
the Arab oil boycott and its
l-wide effe 'ts,
0RT Chapter Card Party
Flamingo Chapter of Women's
American ORT. will have a
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Friday, Augua
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Academy Of Learning-Summit School
Announce Opening Of 2nd Facility
The Academy of Learning and
Summit Academy have announced
the oneivnB of a second facility
at 5555 BifMfn-IWdThflrtT^
inal and prototvpe school is in
South Miami at 5605 SW 74th St.
The Academy of Learning is a
clinical school for chilaren with
learning disabilities or reading
.problems. Each student's pro-
jrram ic ricined specifically for
him. building on hi* strength* to
remediate his weakness.
Full* half the ttadeflt's ?ch"l
day is spent in the languaae arts,
including two period* aa.h in the
reading center. Earh child i;
taught on a tutorial ba-is where
bv he can progress at his own
rate.
Standardized testing is adminis-
tered throughout the year to pro
vide adequate placement and to
vefTTy' *ftf9f1H pVagrew.' M*f <*ti-
dents double the'r rate of prog-
ress during attendance at the
Academy. Some students actual-
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while enrolled.
Summit Academy Is a regular
private school which offers th?
same individualized instruction
and small classes ss the Academy
of Learning, but is for students
who do not require a clinical sit-
uation A strong emphasis is
placed on language arts, with
each student electing one hour
each day in the reading center.
In Summit the goal is develop
jwntii readi* instruction, so
that students will be prepared for
college entrance examinations
Secondary student* who have not
vet made a decision for a higher
education may enroll in a voca-
tional education program.
Summit was established In
197C: students in it* first graduat-
ing c!a*s this June have all gain-
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^Jenist ihridtiair
Page 3-B
Mrs. Richard Marion Flem-
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[.thousands of surgeons' wives
Lwho will be in Miami Beach
[Cc: 21-25 while their hus-
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[Clinical Congress of the
African College of Sur-
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be in South Florida for
Lhe first ACS annual meet-
whaa ever to be held here.
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]Vlt. Sinai's Auxiliary Pledges
1.5 Million To Development
|v brief kick-off reremony Medical Center, Mrs. Theodore
Etraemoratlng the upcoming Ptncus, newly elected president
anniversary of Mount Sinai of the Auxiliary, presented a


Samuel Gertrwr, (left) Mount Sinai Medical Center's
tecutive vice president, is Mrs. Theodore Pincus, newly
I president of the hospital's auxiliary, and Edward
;?i:o, president of tha facility.
Dinner Benefits Seholarship Fund
\ evening, a dinner will
. 6 p m., In the home of
Mrs Kenneth Ro^en on
I : the temple Israel of
Miami Si terhoo i
: ectcd through the
I ...: donation will b" used to
1 Lsh.a Scholarship Fund f >r
b .1 students at the He-
rs. Ferdie B^e"lcfast Host
- Ewlyn I. Ferdie, newly
i Pre id -nl of Department
[ Lad et Auxiliary, Jew-
War Veterans will host a 10
ikfast for all newly
JeteJ leoartment officers and
n Sunday morning in hei
i ral Gables,
brew Union College, to be named
in honor of Senior Rabbi Dr.
Joseph R Narot, and there will
be no additional solicitation of
funds that evening.
Anyone interested in attending
the dinner may call the Temple
Israel office for reservations and
additional information. Reserva-
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Executive vice president Sam-
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in the proceedings.
The Auxiliary is the service
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snack bar and parking facilities.
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Pag 7-B
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M AND MM. SAM HUMH
ind Mrs. Sam Herman eel-
eir 3 Kh wadding anni-
. July 13 at a reception
\ Inural Towers hosted by
en, Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
n, Mr, and Mrs. Leort-
o njan and Mr. and Mrs.
Herman,
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Jul : L924, in Pitts-
the Hermans came to
B 50. Mr. Her-
retired, was formerly
ner of the Edgewater
tel and preaident of the
:..\it Construction Com-
Mr, and Mrs. Herman
in the community and
Temple Beth Raphael.
ich, a mock wedding
I : foi me '. for
Cantor Saul Breeh;
attended. Out <>f
included Mrs. Hei-
. I. Jack I
Wometco Theatres
fail
Mackman
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KJDESAGAtd
to heck with
housework!
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Minute Maids
666-7961
complete-house cleaning
transportation furnished
onded 6. Injured
and children from Pittsburgh.
Pa.
"Idiots First," a one-act opera
begun by Marc BUtzstein in 1962
has been completed by Leonard
Lchrmun, grandson of Mr. and
>lrs. -lai-nii Lehrnian of North
Miami Beach who lives near
Ithaca, N.Y., and will have its
premiere Saturday evening at
Cornell University. It will be one
of three presented by the Risley
Review in association with the
Ithaca (>|>era Association. Lehr-
man's "Karla" written thjs year
as a companion piece for Idiots
First." and "Tales of Malamud"
will also t>e presented. Blitz-
stein's opera was left unfinished
when he was killed in Martinique
in 1964.
Hudson County Club To
Hold Mid-Summer Meeting
The Hudson County Club of
New Jersey in Florida will hold
its mid-summer meeting Thurs-
day, Aug. 15, at 8:00 p.m. in the
American Savings Bldg., Alton
Rd. and Lincoln Rd. Mall, Mi-
ami Beach.
The program will include a
short meeting, introduction of
guests, entertainment, reunion
time and refreshments. Member-
ship entitles one to be subsidized
at numerous functions. For fur-
ther information, phone Henry
Klein, publicity chairman.
New Films Opening Friday
"Macon County Line" opens
Friday ?t the 163rd Street, Byron,
Palm Springs No. 2, Sunset, Plaza
No. 1- Hollywood. North Andrews-
Ft. Lauderdalc and Boca Raton
theatres. "Mr. Majestyk" opens at
the Carlyle, and "The Lords of
Flatbush" begins a* the Carib,
Parkway and Hallandale.
* ~*"% - Coordinating plans for the "Night in Italy Swim Party"
sponsored by Shalvah Chapter, American Mizrachi Women,
are Mrs. Gerald Ness (left) fund raising vice president and
chairman of the event, and Mrs. Alex G. Paul, president of
Shalvah Chapter. Mrs. William (Gail) Gordon (not shown)
is co-chairman of the gala event, which will take place at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. Eli Herschmann, 4430 Pine Tree
Dr... Friday. Aug. 11.
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Friday. August 2, 1974
Bar Mitzvah
Tarleton Hotel Now In Miami Beach
RICUAKD UIMIK
MAM GIVMK
MARK iilYNKR
Mark Ira Givner. HB of Wtt-
. L.i\ner a:Ki Mrs. J<> ve Giv-
r.t-r. will be Bar Mitzvah Saturday.
Aui:. 3. at ^ ft.no. -a the H*br*
Academy, M ieach, when
^:a.k v. as a st -dent through the
5th Gia.ie.
T)ie celebrant now attends
Thomas .Teffers"n Junior High
S ol and hi is :misic
t e clarinet and t.'-.e piano. How-
ever at the present time Mark
pla:> t.i becoma a veterinarian.
Mark's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Givner and Mrs.
Frances EteckenMB, will attend
the ceremonies. The late Samuel
.erman was ..- maternal
..'.father.
tr + *
RICHARD BRENER
Richard James, son of Mr and
Mrs Julio Brntr. 1152 S'.V 102r.,l
( ; wi:l celebrate his Bar Mitz-
v; h at Temple Or Olom Saturday.
3.
The celebrant, a student at
Junior High School.
where he is in the eighth grad \
i? a member of his school's con-
EXPERIENCED ISRAELI
CANTOR
Available far High Holidays.
Far information call Paula at Miami
576-3600 or write to Barach Aael-
ker, 8 Arloiorov Street, Raonona,
'srael. I
SMALL CONSERVATIVE
TEMPLE
SEEKS Rabbi to coaduct services,
read Torah, and teach Bar Mirzvoh.
CALL: 681-5300
Wanted For High Holidays
CANTOR
(Orthodox)
Call 538-1521 or 672-3106
RABB!, FULLY 0UALlF:tO AND PRO-
FICIENT In all abases 01 Congrega-
tional activities. Baal Tf illah, Ko-
rea*, Hebrew Teacher, Certified Ma-
bel, seeks to relocate in Miami
Beach or vicinity.
Write: RABBI W.
e 0 P.O. Box 01-2973
Miami, Fl. 33101
TEMPLE SINAI
OF HOLLYWOOD
is seeking qualified and en-
thusiastic directors for its
1974-75 USY and pre-USY.
Generous salary, commensu-
rate with ability. Call Rabbi
Listfield, 920-1577, Miami
Call 949-4012.
cert band.
Rkhard wil! b? honored at a
dinner reception hosted by his
.nts :n the Sheraton Four
Ambassadors. Among the guests
will be his grandparents. Mrs.
Rvkla Brener. Mrs. Aida Rosem
band, and P. Ramirez: also Mr
and Mrs. Jerajmd Brener of
Med-'ihn. Colombia. S.A.: Mr and
Mrs. Morris Jrade of Puerto Rico:
Julio Brener of New York City,
and Mr and Mrs. Phil Cowan.
Mr ar.d Mrs Harry Yago and
Mrs Esther Horn of Los Angeles,
Calif. ______
Wizard of Oz* To
Be Presented As
Benefit At Y'
Youngsters in the Creative
Am- i'enter of the summer day
ia;;.p ;::o^iani of the Jewish
Community Centers of Sojth
Florida will tx- presenting the
steal play "Wizard of Oz"
Wednescia. ami Thu;s.!ay. Aug.
7 and 8 at the YM-YWHA. SoOO
S\V 8th ^t. The curtain will go
up at 7:30 p.m.
;. one in the 1 oity i*
invited All proceeds from the
event will go to the Y.MHA
Car;-..1 Scholarship Fund. More
than S25.000 was expended this
year for scholarship! for no.
Children to attend the camping
gram of the Jewish Commu-
nity Centers.
'i he Creative Arts Center is
just one of the nine different
camping programs offered this
nar at the Center. For tick-
ets or information contact the
camp Office.
SE Fla. Region
Participates In
Aug. 5-9 Exhibit
Southeastern Florida Region.
Women's American ORT, will
participate in the Florida Voca-
tional Exhibition sponsored by
tne Kloiida Vocational Associa-;
tion at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Aug. 5-9 which is open to the
public Monday and Tuesday.
The OP.T exhibit w ill feature a
continual visual display depicting '
the contribution CRTs global
network has played in its 94 year
history in the upliftinc of entire!
.nit), s and ."an-
t-it 0 rioting career av. a
ness ..nd \<*-ational education.'
thceb/ ir. ..:.. toward the
teaching of more advanced tech-
vcational train.nu'
Cynthia Kionish. chair-
n of the executive committee.
will narrate the presentation
specially pHAluced for this con-
ference by the Education De-
partment of Women's American
ORT.
Mature Singles
Sponsoring Dance
'the "Y" Mature Singles Qroop
of i:i- YM-YWHA, "' "f the
Jewish Community Centers of
will sponsor a
dan i> from 8:30 p.m. IIB-
til at the Y.MHA. 8500
SI
The evening will feature Ralph
Fir. M I system,
all type* of .iancing. including
bai.i 1 iari- dancing and en-
tertainment.
equir-
ra we.-
eome
TV REPAIR
B & W & COLOR
STEREO REPAIR
CAR RADIO
& STEREO
GRAND OPENING
NORWOOD TV SALES I SERVICE
651-9899
NORWOOD TV SALES & SERVICE
824 N.W 183 STREET, MIAMI
Brought in & in Home Service New & Used TV Sales
There's a new Tarleton in Mi-
ami Beach ami the thim genera-
n of the Family Jaeols owns
and o; ?rates it under the aegis
of Brie Jacos. Diievtly on the
ocean with its giant pool, large
ana, terrace and. convenient,
private beach the hotel offers
every comfort and a leisurely
wuv of vacationing.
Food and service is most im-
portant, and Chef Luis Kemeir.
Bring* to Tarleton's guests a de-
liciojsly varied menu with
a.ties of the finest in an
Hungarian cuisine. Specializing
Kosher c. isine under the perso-
nal s.:;e; vision of a resident
m ihgiach menus may be arrang-
ed for the salt, sugar or fat-free
diets. Music of course, soft and
sweet at each dinner.
Here again, as at Lake Tarle-
ton. music and dancing, varied '
11 programs, and folks o:
theatre complete "vening pro-
grams; latest movies are provid-
ed exclusively for guests" pleas-
ure.
The Tarleton is in the heart of
Miami Beach, close to the famed
Lincoln Road Mall, shopping
trees and directly fronting the
hotel. si?i:tseeing boats for slow
l.oatine rides about Miami Beach
waterways.
Tours are availa! le to Disnev
World, African SaTari. Parrot
Jungle. Seminole Indian V
and horse and dog races and Jai.
Alai.
Husband-Wife Team Seeks
Reelection In District 27
Marian and Charles Freefield
have qualified and are runa.nj
for Dade County Democrnti:
Executive Committee. The hu<
band and wife team are seekin.
reelection as Committeeman and
Committeewoman in District 27.
Mrs. Freefield is owner of The
Wedding Shoppe and Mr Free
field owns Metro Miami Press
Both candidates are active in
many ciyie and political group>
and r.re life members of Hadas
sah and the ZOA
Ail-Woman Dance Friday
The Women's Center at the
Center for Dialogue. l?175 N\V
28th St is sj-Tisoiing an All-
Woman Dance at the center at
Friday.
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"For A Wide Selection
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Miami, Florida
Phone 856-9070
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FIVE MAJOR PROBLEMS OF TODAY'S
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1. Overcrowded classes that deprive your child of individual attention.
2. Poor English curriculums which can hinder your child's chances of
higher education.
3. Weak spiritual guidance in the areas of Jewish identity and love for Israel.
4. Inexperienced teachers who cannot cope with your child's innate curiosity.
5. Soaring educational costs that drain hard earned savings you need for
your child's future.
ONE SOLUTION:
1. YESHIVA DAY SCHOOL OF MIAMI.
990 N.E. 171 St.
Tel. 651-0711
NOW OPEN WITH A FULL UNE OF
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Greeting Cards
Talitim
Yartnulkas
Prayer Books
Kiddush Cups
TIu> Cmphk fawk Sim
Reliqious Articles
Records
Grfrwear
Candies
Kosher Sacremental
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(2 blocks west ol N M.jm, Beach Pojt 0M.ce)
949-2138
10 to6Mon thru Thur$.
10 to 4 p.m. Fn. Closed Sat. & Sun.


Friday, August 2, 1974
*JmfJk fk>ric9i&r
Page 9-B
Feature Race At Biscayne K-C Televised Daily
LEGAL NO) ICE
LEGAL NOTICE
A total of 3.244.565 spectators
watched greyhound racing last
veai at the four South Florida
tracks. To take advantage of the
large viewing jxrtential of this
audience, Biscayne. Kennel Club
is televising its feature race five
nights a week as a paid 60-
md commercial.
The racing action is being
ghown at 5:57 p.m., Monday
through Friday on the Weaver-
the Weatherman segment of
v I'VJ-c'h. \ News, and marks
the first time in the television
Industry that a sports commer-
cial Is being shot and produced
daily.
The feature is filmed by Com-
munications Video. Inc. Sports
Jill Seievan Candidate
Jill Seievan, director of a Hia-
leah clinic, has qualified as a
Democratic candidate for the
District 108 seat in Florida's
Hmise of Representatives.
LEGAL NufKE
~~ 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. 74.19288
action for dissolution
of marriage
the iiahkiage op:
\< I.INAHES.
INAKE8
I l: I. IA I.INARES
I '< mini;.. Street
Ww York
HEREBY NOTIFIED
ictlon f--i Dlaaolution <>f
filed aRainsi you
. .1:. required to serve a copy
.....ei defenses, if any, to 11
Ki iSS, Esquire, .>"> )
n'hose 1 ddi ssa is 101
\ v. .Mi Street, Miami, Ffc
I fil' thi- original with le
:., atx vi styled 1 ouri on 01
AujniM IS, i!'T4; otherwise a
1 will be I.....! BKfclnal you for
f di manded in the complaint

' be publlatu 'I 1
t. for four roii.-.-, in ivi areekt
1: IBV ism FI.OR1D1 \n
' i ;ss mi i .1 and tl seal of
ui 1 ai Warn PI01 Ida
Julj 1974
RICHARP r RRTXWER
a- Clerk, Circuit court
1 tade 1 unl floi Ida
Bi >\ P Ci -pki.and
As Deputy Clerk
nurt Seal)
qulra
' v \v 13th Av. 'ue
pi, .
for I'ciiiloner
_______________________ 7.1*.19-! 8'2
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CASE NO. 74.18998
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR ADOPTION
\l ipTION OF
K \ KI IV M'S. a Minor,
I MIKI.Os M'\.m and ETA
i S \T( i ADAM, hla wife.
tlonen
\\' IS Kl 1VAC8
IIESIDENCK rvK.vowv
Vor ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
for Adoption of KTEI.KA
Ki "s ha- beei flit 'i ajralnsl you
n art 1. quln d I sei vi I c py
! -...... if any, to it
mi. KWITNEY, attornes for
whose address is KWIT-
KRl 'I' ft SCHEINBERO P \ .
1 Road, (Suite R12), Miami
.1.1 38139, ami file til.'
:ii clerk ol the abova
1 url on or befon kUKUst 14t
ci, fault will bi 1
nsl you tor thi rellel de-
1 np ni or petition.
i! be published onca
ffir '..u' ronset'Utlve i
II JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS mj hand and seal of
ui II iml, Florida on this
July, l74,
RICHARD P BRINKER
a- Clerk, ill Court
I iadi 1 ui ly, Fli fla
By I. SNEEDEN
\- Deput) Clerk
lit n url Seal)
KWITNEY. KROOP &
S<"IIEINBERO. I" A
! < I'A! I. KWITNEY
nroln Road (Suite BIS)
1 h, Florida :ni39
ney for Petitioner
Tel: 588-7MJ
7 it-it-M 8/2
commentator Ken Maiden does a
"live" description of the running.
Maiden also dees a "run-down"
of entries for the feature coming
up the next night.
The racing action film and
sound are processed in the moi n-
in :. Shots of the printed pro-
gram are made in the studio.
LEGAL NOTCE
and then the completed coi
cial is pal together for taping.
1'he idea of the commercial
originated with James C. Knight,
president of Biscayne, and the
complicated -production was
worked out by Dana Clay of Fv
Clay Associates. Inc., the track's
agency.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 iiKi^Ki.V HIVKN that
Hi. undersigned, dealring to arutaae
in bUHlni-ss uniier the fictitious name
of NORTH HAI'E fHIROI'RAiTIf
CENTER at 14801 \\ Dixie Highway.
Miami. FL 33161 inten.ls to rcRist.r
. cuit t'ourt of Hade Countv. Florida.
I>R JOEL U HEYMAN
______________________________S'2-9-:-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the unilersinned. desiriiift to mgtmn
In l-iisin. .-.. under the fictitious name
of MARC COMPANY (Not incorpo-
rated) at 1481 B.W. Sth Street. Miami.
Florida 33135 intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
Teresa Camliert Truste<881*
Alfredo I. Piceone25"~
Clro Armelllni26%
Max I> Peres25*
Tallanoff & Ruder
Attorneys for Man- Company
(Not Inc.)
f 2-9-1*1-23
'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
V^H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
t JR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
NO. 74-21877
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVIS ON
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The marrlace of
ERNEST SKLI.ARS.
Husband,
QIRI EY M SKLLARS,
U if,
YOl', tilRLEY M 8ELLARS. Route
P. Hi rndon Road. Durham. North
Carolina, are required to file your
answer to the petitioner for disso-
lution of marriage with the Clerk of
the almve Court and serve a copy
thereof upon Herman Cohen. Esq., at-
lorney for the petitioner husband.
61! B W 1st Street. Miami, Florida.
33130 on or before September :. 1 !'?*.
or 1st petition will be ronlcsxed.
Date: JULY 81, 1974
RICHARP P BRINKER.
Clerk, Circuit Court
B) QLOBIA K.LI.IS
I'eputy Clerk
8 2-9-16-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-1362
J. GWYNN PARKER
IN REi ESTATE OF
SAM! BI WEINTHAfB
Doceaaed.
III'. STATE OF Fi.ORMiA:
NOTICE OF PROBATE
Tip ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN
THE ESTATE OF BAID DECEDENT
you arc hereby notified that a wrlt-
: n instrument purporting t" be the
last will and testament of said dece-
tn< hai tali admitted to probate in
laid Court You are li.-reb\ ,-ommand-
- within mix calendar months from
the date of the first publication of
this r.otn-e to appear in said Court
and slow cause, if an> you can. Why
the action of said *' -tin in admitting
I d will to probate should not utand
unrevoked
.1 CWYNN PARKER
i Ircull court .ludee
RICHARD P BRINKER. Clerk
By NADINE 8. JKNNlNCs
I>eimty Clerk
Myers Kaplan. Porter. Lev in .-on
& Kcnin
Bj OARL K WESTMAN
Attorney
Suite 700. 142S Brickell Ave.
Miami. Florida 33131
First publication of thlb notice on
tlu 2nd day of Auaust. 197V
8/1-P-M-28
i
LEWIS J. MANN
PHOTOGRAPHY
WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS
PHONE 271-8089
- PORTRA'TS
7830 Camino Real
Miami, Fla. Suite 412
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
ol PRECISION BENKINi; MFG..
PRECISION RENP1NC MAN1TAC-
TCRlNi;. and PRECISION HKNI'INC.
MANT'FACTfRINQ COMPANY, at
485 Alton Road, Miami Beach, PTor-
ila intends to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
f Dada County. Florida
(\- \i PLI'MBING SI'PPl Y. INC.
I.M<"N. HAY8 A: QRCNDWERO
Vttorneys for
: .'. \l PI I'MRING SUPPLY. INC.
nsley Building
Miami F orlda 83132
-.- ij
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 67-7033
NOTICE OF SUIT
MADELINE <;KE\1EU.
Petitioner
FERNAND ORENLBR.
Ti > i'tWtWTn- po i: i en 11: u
211 RON PASTEUR
I AVAL CITY
Mi INTREAL, CANADA
YOU FERNAND QRENIER. are
hereby notified thai a Petition for
Permanent Custody has been filed
afalnai you, and you are required to
erve a OOP) of '-our Answer or
Pleading to said Petition on Um Pe-
titioner's attorney. Ronald L. D
Esq., P.A.117 Blecayne Building -
Hi w Flasler street. Miami. Florida
13180Phone: 879-1851, and fib- tha
iiiainal Answer or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Courl on or before the 18th de] ot
September, 1974. If y<>u fail to do so,
iudgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded in
the Petition for Permanent Custody.
THIS NOTICE shall be published
once each week for four (4) weeks
(consecutive) In the JEWISH FLOR-
DONE AND ORDERED at Misini.
Florida, this 30th day of Jul>. 1IT74
RICHARD P. nRINKER. Cbrk
Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
Pv: I! J FOY
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal) ^ ....1,-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Q1VEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engage
in business under the fictitious name
of SUN MORTGAGE CO, al 1497 N \V.
7th Street, Miami. Florida intends to
register said name with the Clerk
,i the circuit Court of Dada County,
Florida
Sun Mortgage & Investment Corp
Bj Lee It Plaskoff, President
David M Gonshah
Atton- v for Owner
141-7 N W 7th Street, Miami. Fla.
R 2-9 :
J
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
Country Club Condominiums
Apartments at Kendale Lakes
V.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
uMersbjned, dealring to engage In
i under the fictitious name of
\ ERN'8 T m Kl.i: EHSTRIBUTOR at
N I-: 19 Ave No Miami Beech,
1 ta intends to refiater said name
With the Clerk of the Circuit Court Of
I'.ol, Countv. Florida.
GOLDIE VERNICK
MH HAEL P, CHA8E
for VERN'8 TACKLE
DISTRIBUTOR
____________ 7/19-38 8/2-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TICE 18 HEREBY Gl\ EN
ii undersigned, desiring to engage In
i usini sa under ths fictitious imi
ALL-RITE ROOF CLEANING &
iaintinc, at 4:,.-,.-, \ w ].,.,.), street,
J* 187, Opa I oeka. FL 88084 intends
io register said name with the Cbrk
01 Ii, Circuit Court of Hade County.
r lorlda.
VICTOR A. MECNA
1/19-81 8,2-9
OVERLOOKING THE BEAUTIFUL
KENDALE LAKES GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB
2 & 3 bedroom apartments. Minimum 1,340
square feet of luxury and comfort, from $38,490.
(Approx. $28.72 per square foot)
Sales Office on premises: 2~4-l)727 274-5877
6851 S.W. I47th. Ave., just off Sunset Drive
Directions: Take N. KENDALL DRIVE to 142nd. Ave., turn
right to golf coui>e <\nd then left to The SOVEREIGNS.
Golf Course
-r
^
Tamiami Trai
Bird Road
CO
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Page 1G-B
>Jfni Friday, August 2,
1974
Obituaries
FANNIE LIEBMAN
ssed I.f[f2 Friday. In Isrset.
-lit'**- hef sr"h >*-' m.**ur
I Miami; grat h
'.r.. great gr. 1 Mrs. I.iehman
I Mlsrachl Women
and the Hetr. u Acado
SATTENSTE1N. Chart*! 1 f
Mia:: Interment Lalte-
WELLS. Joseph. 0 I M
1'.- ,-': rf"
VALOF. Henr\
!... Nl rr.an
BENDER >4 of H
rilU Mount
Sal
FOX.
av ERS. Bertha I M ami
-
DiSKiN. Sara a I M
V.-ar.t
Neba
ENGEL. \V Ifred A : N\ r:h
ESSNER S rth
Mia) Lerttt :-.:tTment
N
fe \bekg am* rth
Vu-rni Rnwh Riwrsjde.
FRIEDMAN. Jack M Muml
Reach Riverside !ntrraen:
IfCAl NOTKE
HSU NOTKI
UGAl NOTKE
NOTICE UNDER NOTICE OF ACTION
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
- HEREBY GIVEN that (NO PROPERTY)
the ur-dersjgned. desiring to engage IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
tu- ler :h. ficl Iious nanti ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
PALMER'S
MAM MONUMENT COMPANY./
KAUZID MEMORIALS
CUfTOM CRAFTED
DtOUKVOKOMOr
4444921 -444-0922
3379 S.W. a* ST.. MIAMI
THE MIAMI SPRINGS SCENE
at PC Boa -': Miami spring.-, fi
W15*. intends to register said name
with the Clark of the Circuit Court of
r>d- >\.-.tv. piot
MIAMI SPRINGS TAX PAYERS
ASSOC INC
BT NORMAN SMITH. PRESIDENT
r w Karttck
Attorney lor Applicant
44 N \V 17th Ave
Miami Florida 311J5
: ;t > :--i
NOTICE LNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKKHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of SOCIEDAD ESPELBOLOOICA DE tiiloner. whose address Is 101 N \V.
CUBA .it *M S W sth Street. Miami. i;,h Avenue. Miami. Florida, and file
Florida 3313". intends to register s.i.d th ortgtluU ith the clerk of the
name with the Clerk of the Circuit above styled court on or before Au-
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-6114
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MAtfttlACSE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
i 'SCAR MATEO
and
ZENAIHA MATEO
TO: ZENA1DA MATEO
IM San Agustin y Trocha
Santiago de Cuba
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT cr t *
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ?v LH*
FOR DADE COUNTY FLOP nN.
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION N
NO. 74-20193
NOTICE OF SUIT
IN RE: The Marriage of
EVE I. NADLER,
Petitioner,
and
WILLIAM M NADLER.
Respondent.
TOU. WILLIAM M
whose residence address i
Ride Place. Plainfi. M
":. are hereby notified
r""K-
Oriente. Cuba Answer to the Petition '
TOO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED tion of Marriage with tl,
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar- Court, and mail a i
riage has been filed against you and Petitioner's Attorney. JOv
you are required to st-rvt a copy of BAKTOIjOMEi'. MM Bli ,;'
your written defenses, if any. to it mi Florida 331"..'. on i
on ADol.E"' ROSS, attorney for Pe- 23rd day of August |74 ll*
Petition filed again-! rou 1 *&
en as confessed. *
CbWt of Dade County. Florida.
OSVALXX AGU1RRE
: 12-19-ZI
II
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open frery Day C/oief Ssbbrfti
140 SW 57th Avenue
Phone 266-2888
friendship...
means someone cares
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
San o|in jea jnCon-.-un.r, since 1934
ORTHOOOI
CONSfMTIVE
____jE'oaw sennets
E-ri--t C::- -9*4 lie Ge>'8tn
)-.Go"o- '9*4 Jr-esB Corflts
'eitp"0" 373-5533
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 85447
In RE Estate of
Nancy BLEET.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE hereby given that we
filed our Final Report and Peti-
tion for distribution and Final PIs-
. barge as Executor of the estate of
NANCT BLEET, deceased, and that
after the 3th day of August.
it-74. will apply to the Honorable Cir-
cuit Judges of Dade Cutty. Florida.
for approval of said Final Report ai d
for distribution and final dlai
I A. utor of the estate of the above,
named decedent. This Ilrd day of
July. I74
A JAY CRIST' 1.. .is Attorney for
gust |1 1--74 otherwise a default will
be entered agalliat you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or petl-
-.o|l
This notice shall be published once
each week for four conaei ntlvc weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
s.i cl court .-,t Miami. Florida on this
11th day of Julv. 1V74
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk ClrcoJl C art
Dade County. Florida
By A i> WADE
As Depnt] cierk
(Circuit Court Baal)
Adolfo Koaa, Esquire
>1 N'W llth Av.-r.ue
Miami. Florida Ultt
Attorn*) for Petitioner
7 is--:* s :-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-t076
DATED this I (to da]
RICHARD P BRI!
Clerk. Circuit I
By A D WADE
Deputy '
! .
-I
(Judge Blanton)
In RE Eatat.
STEPHEN s BERNSTEIN. Executor CHARLES B DEALM.
NOTICE UNDE-!
FICTITIOUS NAME LAjv
NOTICE IS HEREBY r-.!\
the Ul
in bus- esa under the fi,
of THE PRIMITIVE '
I I Bui i'
end to recleter aaid "
Clerk of 'he cir u.- Cour,
OoUUnty, Florida '""I
ECCENTRIC GIFTS ;v-
A FLORIDA '
By: KITH OOI D, PRES
iND
DIBCOCNT PLACE "-
A FI OHIDA CORp
By: ANA OOLUSKTN v vt
A JOINT \ENTI
NELSON PEI DM AN ft pA\ [tanu
BY: THE' 'DORB R VEi
Attorney for Ai U
Kan< Coi oura* i
mi. 1
7 '
LEGAl NOTICE
N T-E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-4758
Estate o!
LILLIAN :

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
5 An !

.-
art hen I e *d tl ,. and d.-mands
I
LILLIAN HOOVER de-
unt) V
t. ;
and ..me in duplicate anil as
iitea. In th< -In the County
< u-
ir m- :::),. from the
u Ition hereif.
me will bo barred
Filed at Mum. Florida, this
nay I i :-:i
GILBERT ; MARBET
Al I
First publics- e on
Aurust. 1974.
K1RT WELLI8CH E8Q
Att' .- r ESTATE I >F
LILLIAN H- h IVER
1*1 Almeiia A
Coral Gables. Fla 33134
2-*
JZeviU
J Memorial Chapel
'JEWISH FUNEffAl CT-ECrORS"
tOCAl ASD CUT OF STATl
ARRA'.Cf VEN'TS
| 947-2790
13385 W OIXIE HtVY, N.M.
if the Estate of Nancy I
I e.ised
A JAY CRIST'-I.
Attorney
21 Northeaai Flral AventM
Miami. Florida 33131
Telephone: 379-179;
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* a '. Al Persona
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME Lc .:
M Deu-nd. Aiulnm a* ,;l
n bush
You r- 'Ulr-
prei
which you ma] the
- of CHARLES B DEALE, de-
I
e County,
u
:ded 111 Section 7 Florida
Statute*. In then fflcei
i] Court) i:- .'. ; .
"
the time r the fin pu here- kell Ex. ntlvt t -er
142*
riled at Miami, Floi thia 1( -h m :. .. ;31
f July A D 1974
EDITH P HART________________________
At Adm :-.
I publicai
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PRCBATE DIVISION
GEORGE E. SCHULZ
PROBATE NO. 74-4261
EE Bstati :
PRANCES S'-HAEFER

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All All Pi
... n,- or Demanda Al
Said Estate'
d reo.uir-
laims and demands
whuh
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COL NTY
PROBATE DIVISION
FRANK B DOWLING
PROBATE NO. 74-4692
Ir. RE !:- of
CAMILLA A F" iDOR,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To A ilnv-
You .- I and n iu:r- ,- .. jgth" da i I J
E MON HATS I GR "NDW ERG
aa- i.i MOSES J (1RPNDWERG
CAMII LA U FOl .. ,
I Alnaley ling
'""'= le County, Miami, Florid
..
Seci _________________
in -
I .. u: : -.
: month-
he time of t! 'ion here-

Flh Urd
i
ALEXANDAH H FODOR
At Bx< utor
f CANDLE-1 ITE a (4
i | Circail
1' u: Fl
BEATR
SC8ZANNE
tei La
ft Renln
rd E 1
I
-i
ll
: Itl
_'"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NO. 74-20831
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
h In the f:
thP >!: da) Of July. 1T4
LYNN W FROMBERO, ESQUIRE
Attorney for I -of
Camilla I. E
su v. v. Flacler Bt
Miami. Florida 33130
' 2
BARBARA ANN SIPPLE,
P) t'ti. r.
and
KENNY RAT SIPPLB,
Res).
TO: KENNY RAY SIPPLE
c o MASON BL'LLEN
1!' ICTE N' I
POPLARVILLE MISSISSIPPI
TOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 'bat an action for D-- .
the undersigned, desiring to engage riatie has been filed against you and
a m i '-"'' "r petition.
, r, ., WTTNE88 mj hand and th<
ourt :it Miami E
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CB "-E
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RC. T IN|
AND FOR DADE CO_S"
FLORIDA
NO 74-20038
ACTION FOR D4SSOLL* OS
OF MARRIAGE
rtCH.
I
OERn RBCflUOR.
Real
IIERTRI'DE J HE
BERTHA 7.11.1.
14 I: le
I i
ARE HEREBY !
i. '.I
quired to aern I
your writ i
l."iis GLAZER, attorney Ft*

i I iilet d, North "
the original '
'" rk of the above si *
August II : -71
nt naa) be enb
for the relief :
whuh you may have against the es- m bu ler the fictitiotu name >"U jr. required to aerec a oop) of
PRANCES SiHAEFER de- of iMMTKMh'HAKT at 14 NE 1st >"Ur uritten defenses. ,f mW, to II on
tote of Dade i-ounty Florida. Ave Miami. Florida Ml SI intends to LOUIS GLAZER. attorne) for Pen-
a get of Dade County, regiater said name with the Clark "f Uonar, arboae addreai la 11711 Biacayne
t Curt of Dade County, I^'ulevard North Miami. Florida, and
:
j
:7-.e in duplicate and as the
rovlded in Section 733 Hi. Florida Florida
Statutes. In th. rflcea in the. County
1 nrtl u-. ii D i. c< unty, Florida.
"'" ilendar montha from th-
of the first publication ban
or the same will be barred
d al Miami. FiorMa. this tSth
day .. JU!\ A D 1^74
SHIRLEY WALSH
Aa Administratrix
C.T.A
First publication of this notice on
! ia\ f August. IK4
Hellbronner
" ': P A
- Administratrix C T A
CHARLOTTE ROTH
7 I.
he orictnal with the Clerk of the
abOTC sty:-.I court on or before An-
SI W* -y ''* otherwiae judgment
r.th .!.i\ of Jui\ i: 74
RICHARD V BRI>
As rcull i
By I. SNBEDEN
Aj Deput) Clerk
may be entered against ron for the (Circuit Court
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOLS NAME LAW
V HEREBY GIVEN that
the andersu
is bueit e Bird Miami. Fla
tl "A8TLE CREATIONS at F.O Bos
-' al Florid
-
the C I of Dade I '< U: ...
E -.da.
ALAN I
. :tz
Harold K..se '
.iVIS

Flai
-.da 1311*
---14-21
' demanded In the complaint or
Petition.
WITNESS my Band and the -eal of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Si. 'l"urI 51 Mbam'- K this
2nd day of Jul>. 1>74
RICHARD I* BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Da i. Count] PI
7 IV-.-
I :'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N< [VEN that
- g to er rage
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
GEORGE E SCHULZ
PROBATE NO. 74.4734
II '
N A VAN DER E
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To
Dlinaaildl Against
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-20201
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The MarriaaT) I
EUGENE oi.iver ROTHMAN. JR.,
Husband,
and
CHARLOTTE M ROTHMAN.
Wife
TO CHARLOTTE M ROTHMAN
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
TOD ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an a. tlon for n of Mar-
filed against you and
.- u are aired rn cot
your
KWITNET. KRoop ft 8CHEIN-
BERG P.A, for Petit
- i. I i.
Suite ids 3." 139
By: L 8NEEDEN
As i.ei.utx Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
1 -
* I--U

You : ,,r. reujuir-
ind demanda Auarust a default
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVXE
(NO PROPERTY.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Cr "HI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Off
FLORIDA. IN AND FCR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO M-1MM
GENERAL JURISDICTION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marrlaa-<
ffAl NE V MERSEREAC.
I tit loner-Husband
DEBRA ANN MBRSERI
R apondenl Wife
TO DEBRA ANN MERSE1
. o Mr S
Berili Avenue
Southlnsi
ARE HEREBY
that an action for Dif
M.irn.ige has been filed
lir- >' ur "fritter
ed to pi .avid M GONSHAh
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOHN R. BLANTON
. r,.s p"OBATE NO. 74.4763
In RE Estate >f
HARRY SIR

To
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
An I All I
norioa Dei gainst
al with the dark of s*J.d1' k ,
Tou ire hereby
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N- HEREBY GIVEN that
.gage
In business under the fictitious name
Of STERN ASS-" IATK NE
l*St* Street N rt* Miami. Florida,
latend t< resns-er said name with
the Clerk of thr circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
A P^ i Between
STUARTJ STERN
AND
ELEANOR STERN
t i--i-a

- same will be barred
filed at M -ida. this
. I I I
FL' >I NHEATH VAN
DER ELST
N W 43rd Pla.e
Miami. Florid*
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on For PAUL KW'ITNET
34AL4.HJI H FRIEDMAN Miami Beach Florida
Attorr.e> leg Estate Pneie SM-7-
at DoukU* Road. Coral Gablea. Fla, Attorney for Petitioner
* *- 7/1J-M
A 'ie-f: Clt u." C u--
Dade '.' -ida
By I. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
' n u i' ur- Seal)
KWITNET. KROoP 4t
SCHBINBERG P.A
B) BRCCE J SCHEINBERC,
l'i d at M-..n
day ..; July, ad |74
III
ABE SIR
SARAH HER8HREIN
UETTE SHALL) >WAT
As Ex.-. u-
First pubh.anon of this notice on
th -! .lav f August. ls;4
xuA^R,i,yHlJ'A' Wfi-.8CHER (Circuit .ourt Sea
Deceased ***** o1 HARV SIR. DAVID M i:"Nsi
407 Uneota Road
Miami Beach. Florida J313
1/1-1
WITNESS my hand ai
"urt at Miami K
12th day of Julv. l'T4
RICHARD P BRI>
As dark. Of Mil i
Dade Cou: t) 1 '*
By A D WADE
As Deputy Clerk
li
SIIAK
14*7 N W. 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33115
Attorney for Petitioner (^.| j


Friday, August 2, 1974
Jewish tk>rHian
Pag
11-B
LEGAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKt
m THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-19445
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
|\ RE THK .MARRIAGE OF
NESTOR R UHALDE.
I'. 11tinner.
KI.IDA ZAPIA UHALDE.
K. srolldont
y.if RUDA ZAPIA UHALDE. Ho-
.,, ml. lit. AUK HKHEI1Y NOTIFIED
T'1 KILE your written response to
hi action for dissolution of marri-
with the Clerk of the above
,n! :iii<1 serve .1 cony upon Petl-
r's Attorney!", VON ZAMFT St
-xilTH Suite 4K, 420 South Dixie
waj. ConU Gable*, Florida 33MR,
before the Oth day of August.
else the Petition for Dissolution
.irriaye will he taken :is confessed.
(tSD: July 9. '""
Klt-IIAKIi P. DRINKER
By: A D WADE
11, iuIv Clerk
:it Court 81 al)
7/12-10-2* ft
N THE CIRCL.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORiDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
NO. 74-19150
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
- ihi marrlajre of:
KAREN El IZAI'.KTU MORRELL,
Pel Itioner,
and
::s LEONARD MorrklL.
I,, .-[.olid, lit
JAMBS I .EONARD Mi'RIiRI,!,
WALTER MORRELL
Van Mouten Avenue
\\ -.i-koff, n< Jei i
; ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
n action r Dlai olutlon of Mar-
. lias i,. < :i filed agalnal you and
:. required to aerve copy of
written defenses, if any, to it on
- 01 AZER, ESQUIRE, attorney
whose address if 11711
j .. Bouli ard, North Miami,
i file the original with the
of the above styled court on
.a- AugUSl 14. I*74: otherwise
udtmepl roaj be entered acainst
for the relief demanded] In the
nit or petition
WITNESS mj hand and the seal of
urt at Miami, Florida, on tins
ij of July, 1*74
RICHARD P BRINKER
An lerk Circuit Court
By: I. SNEBDEN
As I', put} Clerk
nil Court Seal)
7 12-19-24 3/2
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
Ir- THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-18996
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
' RE
i \TRIOIA MORGAN WH1PP1.K.
PETITIONER
RGE RAYMOND WHIPPLE.
ESP< NDENT
T" GEORGE RAYMOND WHIPPLE
i.BSI1 'ENCE l'N KN<>WN
TOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
.in action for Dissolution of Mar-
haa bei n filed niriitnst you and
you Bre required to serve a copy of
written defenaea, If any. to it on
! iKi'.T H BURNS, attorney for Pe-
i wl it addn Bulti MO,
. :n oln ROad .Miami Roach. Flnr-
139, and file the original with
erk of ihr above styled court
before August 14, 1974; other-
\. i default trill be entered against
the relief demanded In the
> .....hi
' i shall I"1 publish* d onre
...... for I ii' conseoutIve aeeka
thk IEV ISH FLORIDIAN
m my I tt and thi sal of
ui al M m Florida on this
nf lull 74
RK*Hait p BRINKER
u
i >di Coun'i V
By 1 --' IDEN
Denti
'' ,i Si
i [RE
i
l i
or Pel oner
; |9-2e1 II 2
NOT'CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
- lir m GIVEN th il
dealrlne, to i
in. i. ) fit tltlOUS name
' ESpAl] "' NDS al BIS N <>'.
Florida ,:
, ; tor al ' tni u Courl of Dade
!'
PETER M PETERSON
: 12-19-24 2
NOT'CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
' "TICK IS HEREBY GIVBN that
reigned deatrlng to engage
-- umli i the fictitious name
MONTCLAIR INTEKNATHINAL
I Fonta ni lean Bred Miami.
' intend to register said name
' i Hi 11. t the i 'ireult Court of
i' 'My, Florida
L.EI lni DO i REHNAL
UICARDO BERNAL
7/J2.19-16 2
.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVBN that
Ir.i undersigned, destrinf to engage
huaineej under n,. n, tiuoiis name
1 Dimensions at number 1750 Hird
" the CltJ "f Miami. Florida.
I to register the aald name with
Clerk ol the Circuil Court of Dade
KI.....la
led at Miami. Florida, this 17th
of June. '..71
T and K kntkkpkisks. INC
Eric w Reiehenbach, President
Anthony Gerardo. Jr.. Sec.-Treas.
S-,'!">' for Applicant
P,,',1T.STK,N ft MOI-ANS
> N w. Hth Avenue
Florida ssijs
B> JAMES A MOLANS
7/12-19-26 8/1
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. 74-19391
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
PETLTIQfi. FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN i.k Th, Marriage of
QERAI.TN D. HERMAN
Wife.
and
Wll I IA.M HERMAN
Husband.
TO: Wll I 1AM HERMAN
41-nx Farley Street
Elmhurst. \ Y. 11,173
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a petition for Dissolution of your
Marriage has been filed and com-
mented in this COW! and you are
required to sei \. a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any. to it on MARX
M FABBR, ESQ. attorney for Petl-
Honer, whose address is !-nj Ainaloy
Hldp 14 N". E. 1st Avenue. Miami.
Florida 83132 and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before Aucust If. 1974:
oth.r-viso a default win he entered
ajtalnei yon for the relief prayed for in
the i omnlalnt or petition
This notice shall he pgbllshed once
each week for- four consecutive weeka
in THK JEWISH Flt'HI1 'AN.
WITNESS mi hand an?the seal of
ld roar) al Miano. Florida on this
fih dav f July. i*>74
RICH RD P BRINKER,
As i". rk Circuit Court
Pad.- 'ounp Florida
B) Gl ORIA Fl MS
A I in:- j i i.-rk
i' ", nit Court Seal)
MARX M FARER
Alnaley Slda
Miami F'onda 8S1S5
Attorn..v for Petitioner
7 12-in-2 ft 1
NOT'CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the i.ndersipned. deslrine to enraee in
hiKinsa* under the fictitious name of
POVNTRY I.AKKS at Miramar,
Rroward Pountv. Florida Intends lo
reaister said name with the Clerk of
he cm-nit Courl .f Dade Courty,
Florida and Bre ward Pountv, Florida
nPK DEVEIOPMENT
SERVICE CORPORATION.
a Florida corporation
Bv Ronald A I fnton. President
Harris ft BlrMn, P A
Attorn.>- '"r pade 'levelopment
Service corporation.
7/i9-:r< R';-!i
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 74-20778
ACTION FOR DISSO' UTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE Th. Marrlajre of
PEDRO DA.MIAN HKI.TRAN.
Hushand.
and
CAROl JEAN REI.TRAN.
Wife
To: CAROL JEAN BELTRAN
s Jefferson Park
I "anihridae. Mass
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riagt has i>een filed agalnal you and
you are required to serve a copy ,,(
tour written defenses, if anv. to it on
HAlinin CEA8E attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is 1710 West
Flagler Street. Miami l-'la and file
the original with the fliers: of the
above atyled court on or before Aim
jo, t:74. otherwise a default will he
entered agalnal you for the relief de-
manded in the romnlalni or petition
ti is notice shall be published once
..li week for four consecutive weeks
THE IEWI8H FLORfDIAN
WITNESS m> hand .' i the seal "!
ui: at ,\i ami, Fl< rlda, on this
vih da) ol July, I9T4
RICH \ Rl I P BRINKER
I 'lerk, > "ir. ult i urt
i i; rj
c. l; M KI1
\- Deput] '
1790 We l

I
v ::..,-!.:
aid
Nr-TICE 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 "4-20762
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF:
\ i an t McDonald.
Petitioner
and
I a i\MK Mi DONALD.
Respondent,
TO: BONNIE McDONALD
i:, idem I'nknown ,,,,,.,
Yoc ARE HEREBY NOTIFIE1
thai an action for Dissolution i
Maniac hai bet r. ffled against you
and you an required to serve a copy
of vour written defenses, if any, to
on'DAVID K BTON'E aiiorney for
Pi-tlliotiei whose address IS HI >.v\
ij Avenue. Miami Florida S31
1*4.41 file the oriplnal with.
the clerk of th. above styled courl on
,. ,..,, ,.;,.-: JO. I9M; ..tli.ru-.
a .I. fault Will be entered BgalnSl veil
1 the rei" f demanded In the com-
"'^;::.';',..;""s;;;.n .. P-b.i:hed..,,.
l, week fot four conaecutlve weeks
,, TDK JEWISH Fl ..KIIUAN
WITNESS m.V hand and the -al ..1
aid court at Miami. Florida on this
lth day of July, "7*.
RICHARD P BRINKER
v ,'ie'' 'ir.ult t urt
Dade County. Florida
By A D. WADE
\- Deputy Clerk
(Circuil Court Seal)
David E. Stone. Esquire
Attorney 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. 74-20969
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in" m-:: Th. Marriage ot
GARY 1 ECIOH LBVINE, Husband.
and
HAHHI LYNN LBVINE, Wife
TO; haRRI LYNN LBVINE
(Resident i' I'nknown)
VOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
nagi has been filed agalnal you and
you are required to serve a oopv o'
your written defenses if anv to it
on G, ALEXANDER NOBIL. B8Q
attorney for Petitioner, whose address
Is 612 Alnaley Hulldlnc. Miami. Flor-
ida and file the original with the
clerk of the above atyled court on >.r
before Aukiisi SO, 1*i74: otherwise a
default win be entered agalnal you for
he r.ii.r demanded In the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four conaecutlve weeks
In Tin-: JEWISH FLORmiAN.
WITNESS my hand ami the seal of
said courl at Miami. Florida on this
Mrd day of July, 1974.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As cierk. Circuil Court
I lade County, Florida
B] A 11 WADE
a Deputy lark
(' 'it. uil '..III I Seal)
' M EXANDER NI Hll.. ES< I
\ nsl 1 Building
Miami, Florida
Attoi a.) for Pi lit loner
1 179-1497
7 24 v 8-9-14
IN THE C'RCL'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADF COUNTY
PROBATE DIVIS'ON
PROBATE NO. 74-4608
In RE: Eatate of
MINNIE A PASSOFF
lie, .(v, ,|
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ti \ i il dltors and All Persona Hav-
ing claims ..i Demands Agalnal Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to pri went any claims and demands
which you maj havi aaainsi the es-
tate of MINNIE A PASSOFF. de-
ceased late of Pad.- County, Florida,
to the Circuit Judgea of Dade County,
ami file the same tn duplicate and at
provided In Section 713.16. Florida
'.,'tr- in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within four calendar months Ir.-m
the time of the first publication here-
of, or till same will be barred.
Filed at Miami. F'orida th's 24th
day Of 'nlv A D 1?'74
ARTHCR BHAL Executor
Finn publblcallon of this notice on
the Hth dav of July. 1!'74
MORTON H ZBMEL. Esyi'IRB
Attorn, f (. : Estate
Suite 111. 16966 N.K. 19th Avi
N..rth Miami Death FUV SS'S"
7.:'6
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO V^OPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.19290
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN" i:ei THE MARRIACE OF
OTIl.IA SANTIAGO,
and
Wll,I.IA.M SANTIAGO
TO: William Santleao
Resilience I'nknown
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed a(tainst you
anil you are required lo serve a Copy
of your wrltt.n defenses, if anv. to it
on ADOLFO KOS8, ESQUIRE, attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose address Is
Ifll N" W Itttl Avenue. Miami. Florida
33128, and file the original with the
1 h rk of the above atyled court on or
before Aueust lfi. 1 f 7 4 : otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the r.liet d.martd.tl in the complaint
1 Ition,
This notice shall he puhiished once
each v e. k for tour consecutive weeks
In THK JEM ISH Fl ORIDIAN.
WITNE88 my hand and the seal of
- A courl al Miami. Florida, on this
Sth day of July, 1'-74
RICHARD P BRINKER
A 1 'lerk. 1 'ir. uu Court
1 >ade '"uniy, i*' orlda
Bv P Col'KI AND
As Dt putj Clerk
1 "oui Si all
Koss, Esoulre
Ij1 N w 12th Avenue
Miami, Florida
\ f.oi : ) for Petti II :er
7 12-19-14 9 2
e i
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY)
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
OAOE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 74.?C*84
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
ROGER N WALLACE, Petitioner.
end
oil |E JOYCE TERRELL
t a M ACE. Respondent
TO: oille Joyce Terrell Wallace
1921 N W 12 Street
Fort Worth. Te< as
TOT' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mnr-
1 ai hai 1..... filed against you and
vnu are required to serve a copy of
111 writt.n defenses, if any. to It on
DAVID K STONE, attorney for Pe-
, K'hoSI addi. as is 1"1 N W
12 Avenue, Miami. Florida !^:"v
1 4S1S, and file the original
|tfi thi rlei ol il. a ho vi -n 'd
h fore August 1974:
iuli w 111 hi '. '
i u foi the 1" t demandi d
n neti"oi
> t I '" published once
..... "" -
'HE JEWISH KI ORID1 \n
WIT? ''.-s n hand and tl
Miami, Florida 1
: "'71
HARD P BRINKER,
a Clerl Circuit
I Con n 1 P rlda
Bj Gl OR1 \ El 1 !S
S. : lemity Clerk
dt Courl -
Esquire
VV 12 Av-nue
129 t324-4[SJ> ^
IN THE CIRCUir COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT IN AND
FOR HADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO 74-20457
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR CHANGE OF NAME
JOE1 ZtEOLEF. and
El IZABETH ZIEGLER, his wife.
Petitioners.
i'. win '.M IT may CONCERN:
Notice is given that the undersigned
Pi tltlonere, .11 >EL ZIBG1 KR and
El IZABETH ZIEGLER his wile.
who.-, address Is lOOfi W*sl Av nue in
the City ol Miami. Dade County,
Florida. Intends to anply lo the Hon-
orable William Her 111, Judge of the
11th Judicial Circuit in and tor Dade
County, at his office In thi County
Courthouse, at 1:55 P.M .hi September
l", 1974, or as soon thereafter as pe-
titioners may be heard, for an order
.r-'iM-.c Petitioner's name from
ROBERT NORMAN BOPCHOl'X to
ROBERT Norman ZIEGLER, by
which name Petitioner shall thereaft-
er be kn.w n.
Dated at Dade County. Florida, this
22nd da) of July li'Ti
Al BERT Wll.KNSKY
Atiornev for Petitioners
Ait' rnev for P. tltlonere
\l BERT \\ il KNSKY
111.4 Concord Hid*.
M ami Florida S3130
7 29 /2-9-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
... i.u- ness na.ier the fictitious name
of LEA COMPONLNT8 al sm NK
If 5th Street. .North Miami Beach,
F.orlda, 33161, Intend register said
1 11. with the Clerk of the Circuit
curt of Dade County. Florida.
MILTON PERI.MAN (MJ
BERNARD R Ron EN (50*1 )
TALIANOFF AND BADER. ESQS..
Attorney* for LEA COMPONENTS
7/24 /2-9-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 II KI'.KI'.> GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in buslnesi under the fi.tit..-u--' name
ol WORLDWIDE INVESTMENT
GROrP, INC., ..1 I*:'.". Coral Way
.\i iaml, Fli rlda ater sa.'d
1 .'.,ik t Uu
L*i an 1 : I lade .. da
J< i| IE "i ANAS
i:.\ P was
S I.KAL
MICH \ .'! N w EIS9 P A,
I
M w i'...:. 1 s- re. 1 Bull.
',26 i
>N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
C'VlL ACTION NO. 74-18'86
ACTIC' cn" ri'tg"" UTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RK
THK MARRIAC.E OF
BRAUUO c.ARCIA. JR.
and
RON1 GARCIA. Wife
111 l.i.At -i'1 '....CIA. JR.
, v\\ '. STREET. APT 109
MIAMI. FLORIDA _,._____
VOV akk HEREBT notified
action for Dissolution of Mar-
. has en filed agalnal you and
v,, .,,, required t.. Berve a copy of
>-our written defenses, if any. to it on
iKTHl I- H. LIPSON. attorney for
a..r whost addn ss Is 11s" P''
(>CBAN DR.1VE. HAM ANDAI I".
FIORIDA 9*999, and file the original
the .i.-rk of the above styled
cur' on or before August v
..lh.eiwi-e a default will he enter, .1
-t v. u for 'he reii.f demanded
thi omplalnl or petition
This notice shall he published once
it, k lor four consecutive weeks
|i THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
>,,i.l courl at Si iaml. Florida on this
;3rd day of Julv. if74.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Al Clerk, Circuit Court
I lade County Florida
By L SNBKDEN
As Deputy Clerk
.Circuit Court Seal, ^^
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE BERVICE
i,NO PROPERTY!
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
L AOE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-19191
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVIS UN
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THK MARRIAGE <- MARIA DEL CARMEN CAMACHO.
WIFE
and
JOSE osvAI.no CAMACHO,
DCSHAND
TO: Ji >8E i 8V Ml"' CAMACHO
Santander, Columbia
Yor AhE HEKEU1 NOTIFIED
that an aclli n for Dissolution tf Mar-
has been filed against you and
\-u ari required to serve a cop) of
>our written defenses, it any. to it on
U BERT 1. CARRICARTE, attorney
for Pi whose address la 2491
V U Tih Binet, Miami. Florida SS12S,
and file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on ..r before
lugusi 12. 1974: otherwise a default
,t: 1 be entered against you for the
.I. manded In the complaint or
Ion,
This notice shall be published once
each week for tout consecutive weeks
In THE JEM :sil Fl 1 >RIDIAN.
WITNESS my .hand and th,. seal of
court at Miami. Florida on this
Sth day ..f Julj 974
RICHARD P BRINKER
Ai Clerk, > Ircull Court
Dad. County, FlorVla
By W TTMIN8K1
As Dl puty Clerk
(Circuit Courl Stall
Al HR1IT 1. CARR'CARTE. ESQ.
2491 N VV 7th Street
Miami. Florida 91129
Attorney for Petitioner
Phone No. 64!i-7917
7/12-19-26 8/3
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74.209S5
ACTION FOR "DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MttfUllAGE "F:.
JAMES M HARRISON, Petitioner
and
HETTY .1 HARRISON'. Respondent
TO: Hetty J Harrison
1708 Campbell street
Stntcsville. North Carolina 58677
YOC ARK HEREBT NoTIFIBD
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are require*! lo setVe a Copj of
your writ tin defenses, if .tn\r. t< it on
DAVID K STONE, attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address Is I'M N W.
12 Avenue. Miami. Florida 88128;
Cinr.i 824-455S, and file the original
with the clerk of the above atyled
court on or before August 30, 1974:
otherwise a default wiM he entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the cemntalnl or petition
This notice .-hall be published >.....e
each week for four consecutive Week*
In THK JEWISH FLORIDIAN
u iTNKss my hand and th.- seal of
said court al Miami. Florida on this
19th day of July, 1974
RH'HAI'D P BRINKER,
Ai Clerk, circuit Court
Dadt ''. univ Florida
By i;i oh' \ ELLIS
As l>. UtJ 'l.i k
(Circuit Court s. al)
I >avld K Stone, Esquire
l"l NWY 12 Avenue
Miami. FL 33128 (824-49551
:-"-i4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEtiKBl GIVEN that
the undersigned, destrfna to engafte in
business under thi fictitious name ..f
INCA II at 2122 S B I28rd Street,
Miami, Florida, intends to register
raid name with thi Clerk "i the ''"
ruit Court of Datle County Florida.
CHASQl'l, INC
Kwltney, Kmop ft Schelnherg, P.A,
b) Ri. hai .1 K' no, Bsq
Attorney for CHASQCI, INC.
'l'" Lincoln Road Suite 512
Miami Beach, Florida 83139
7 26 v 2-9-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEHEBY GIVEN that
the uti'l. 1 sicned. tlesirinc t" riiMiii in
business under the fictitious name of
MEDIEVA1 WALL DECOR at 7102
West I7ih 't Hialeah, Florida 33014
intend to register aald name with the
1 'i.-rk of th. 1 in all Court "t 1 >a le
County Florida.
1 .k\\ RENCE D 1IARROD
ROBERT HACLIOTI
'. 26 8 'J-M-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY i-.lVKN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. eiiKaae
iii business under the fictitioua names
of ENERGY CONSERVATION A.- IN-
SULATION CENTERS: ENERGY
CONSERVATION INSULATION
CONSULTANTS; ENERGY \- POW-
ER CONSERVATION CONSULT-
ANTS at 1231 N K 175th St N Miami
Beach :t"iii-'. intend.- to regiater aald
names with tht Clerh of the Ctrcuit
Court of Dade County. Ploriaa
MARK-STEVEN INTERNATIONAL
INC, a Florida Corp.
7 19-26 B --
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-21078
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THK MARRIAGE OF
JAVIER F BERMl'DBZ, Husband,
Pi Itti.....r.
a ro I
EVE! YN BERMl'DBZ, Wife.
Ri il '
ri 1 :.!i Bvi yn Bermudea
: own)
YOU ARE HEKEB1 S'OTIFIED
..... 11 bsoIui loi of Mar-
. i.,c, has 1 linat > ou and
you en required aerve a .....> of
x oui writti lei an; lo II on
I FO '\. 'S-' F.SQ 11' E
v w : .. Miami Pli
nd file tl
of tl I COUI
helot tut '74
.,; t will be entered againsl \"it
.,., he relh di ma di -\ In thi com-
Thi.- none, shall hi published once
, a. h week fot ecut to v.
BH Fl ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and th- seal of
Mid oui 1 al .' am Plot da on this
24th day of July, 1974
RICHARD P BRINKER, LERK
A- Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
B> a D w \CK
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuii '".'in I Seall
Adolf, Koss. Esquire
I'd N w 12th Avenue
Miami, Florida 18122 (324-4r.SK)
Attorney for Petitioner
T 24 B I
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NO. 74-19893
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OP
Fl oliA MARIA T.
8ANflB8TEBAN ALVAREZ,
Wife.
Wll FRBDO Ct TO ALVAREZ,
Husband
You. WILFREDO COTO ALVAREZ.
174 Estrada Palma Street, Guanaba-
COa, Havana. aha. are hereby noti-
10 st rve a COP) Of your Answer
!., ih. Dissolution of Marriage filed
against you, upon wife's attorney.
GEORGE NICHi'l KB, BSQ 912 N W.
iL'th Avenue, Miami, Florida SUM.
and file original with Clerk ol Court
on or befort August tS, 1974; other-
wise the Petition "ill be confessed by
you
Dated this '-" day of July. 1974.
RICHARD P. BRINKER, CLERK
Bj \ D WADE
1 aputy Clerk
7/19-^6 2-1


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Friday, August 2, 1974
Israelis Must Know Holocaust
GENEVA(JTA)A Hebrew
University historian said here
that Israelis must be taught to
identify themselves with the vie
tims of the holocaust, not just
the resistance fighters
Prof. Shimon Hermon. profes-
sor of modern Jewish history at
Hebrew University, said that Is-
raeli educators have been stress
ing the aspects of resistance dur-
ing World War II.
HE SAID this was a partial ap-
proach and Israeli children
should be brought up to identify
themselves totally with the Jew-
ish past in the diaspora.
Speaking at a cymposium on
the holocaust during the annual
meeting of the board of trustees
of the Memorial Foundation for
Jewish Culture. Hermon de-
clared: "It is immoral, and will
be even more immoral as time
goes on. to ask the question,
whether the martyrs of the
holocaust could have done more
in active resistance. This attitude
could well make children hate
the victim rather than the per-
M'cutor."
However, he noted that since
1967 this attiude has changed and
the holocaust is much more pro-
nounced in the consciousness and
behavior of Isra?lis.
Brig. Gen Yitzhak Arad. direc-
tor of Yad Vashem in Jerusalem
and a former partisan fighter
against the Nazis, stressed that
it was not always appreciated that
it sometimes took more courage
to stay with one's family and try
to protect and feed them than to
*eave the town and join the
partisans.
HE SAID many Jews who tried
to join partisan units were not
permitted to join.
Arad. who was a tank comman-
der in the Israeli army, said the
lesson Israeli; have learned from
the holocaust is that the only an-
swer is to be strong and able to
defend oneself.
Dr. Yehuda Bauer, head of the
Institute of Contemporary Jewry
at Hebrew University, said the
only way to prevent another
holocaust is for Jews and non-
Jews to be aware of what hap-
pened.
"We are only at the beginning
of our efforts to teach the holo
caust to future gencraions. though
the Israelis have already learned
the lesson of how to defend them-
selves." Bauer said "Because Is-
rael is there, another holocaust
becomes very remote, in fact un
likely."
PROF. IRVING C.reenberg of
the City College of New York, in
dealing with the religious aspect
of the holocaust sai dthat as far
as he was concerned the reality
of God was greater than ever,
th? rebirth of Israel was the
redemption of his faith and the
line between secular and reli-
gious Jews was no longer credi-
ble.
' After all. the rehabilitation of
Jews is a much more important
religious precept than prayer." he
said.
MIAMI
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Aron Ben Aron. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 1tth Ave.
Conservative Cantor Sol Pakowit*.
2
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BETH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert M. Baumgard. Associate Rabbi
Barry Altman. 3
in.- Kn.-t [>) of At."
BETH OAVIO. 2625 SW 3rd Av.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William Lipson. 4
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi H. Rothm.-v 5
---------------
BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Leon Segal. Rev. Alex
Stahl. Rev. Mendel Gutterman. (
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BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles
Rubel. Cantor Seymour Hmkes. 8
Friday, 7 it" p n Bpacial r'.'nuly Serv-
ii e Rabbi Altman will sn.-ak on theme
"More TaJaa fn>m thr u i.-. Han "f
Chelm." Henri LaCtalr Cantorial
Rnlolat, will niakv hi Ichut at wn
sees,
Clerics Intercede for Syrians
BRUSSELS iJTA' Two
Belgian religious leaders, a Chief
Rabbi and a Catholic priest,
have appealed to Syrian Presi-
dent Hafez Assad on behalf of
the two young Jews whose trial
reopened in Damascus July 25.
They aie charged in connec-
tion with the murder earlier this
year <>f four young Jewish wom-
en attempting to escape Syria.
in a telegram, Belgian Chief
Rabbi Rl>ert Dreyfun appealed
to the Syrian leader in the name
of the Central Israelite Consis-
tory of Belgium.
He demanded that Assad "re-
spond immediately to all those
who have placed their hopes in
his humanity and justice" re-
garding the fate of the two
young Jewish men.
In a separate telegram. Msgr.
Georges de Jardin called on the
Syrian leader to use his author-
ity to set' the two are released.
THE ( HRISTIAN leader fur-
ther urged that Syrian Jews l>e
granted the freedoms "they arc
entitled to inder the Convention
of Human Rights ti> which Syria
is a signatory
These freedoms include the
right to emigrate.
The two young Jews were
Originally charged with murder-
ing the young girls, but Syrian
authorities have withdrawn the
murder charge according to Is-
raeli Supreme Court Judge Haim
Cohen. Protests from world pub-
lic opinion reportedly prompted
the Syrian decision.
The two are now charced with
complicit) to help the four girls
esca:>e Syria illegallv. If convict-
ed, they face a possible five-year
B'NAI ISRAEL AND GREATER
MIAMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE. 9600
Miller Road. Orthodox. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman. 8-A
ISRAEL (Temple) OF GREATER Ml-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Nrot. 10
i |y, l:M p.m Cantor Jacob '
Bornateln explore* Th.- Bound (
J-\\ Ish Mum.
NORTH BAY VILLAGF m
CENTER. 1720 79th St CiS*!!*
North Bay Village. ConYer"?'
Cantor Murray Yavneh ""Jlv-
AGUDAS ACHIM NUSACH SFC..1
CONGREGATION. 707 Si^f* '
ami Beach. Orthodox. Rabbi u*
deeai Chaimovits. ~"j
M097M MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Templel <~J
NE Miami G-rden, Dr. Cw,,L *l
Rabb, M.lton Schlin.ky Cn-,-',
Alpern. '
AGUDATH AOMIM.-Ird Avf. H-brrJ
Relig.ous Community Center "",21
NE 3rd Ave. Orthodox jj*|
BETH TORAH. 10)1 N. Miami e,M
Blvd. Conservative. Rabb Va, iTi
schitz. Cantor Jacob B. v.na,iM,"!
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 Nv\ "Urd $ I
Conservative. Rabbi Victor 0 Zwj'J
ing. Cantor Jack Lerne' y
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SINAI (Temple) OF NOR"H 0Oll
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Refcm a.,,,'I
Ralph P. Kmgsley. Carts- Ir,,*,'
Shu kes jj
Friday I 1". p m I>r .'.
recently returned from Ru j
siM-ak '.n ReWatan Jeurv
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE v = N;l
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rjoo D|
Bidmck a
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREA"E9 Ml.I
AMI. 990 NE 171st St OrtsokJ
Rabbi Zev Leff. si
Egypt Gloats She 4Won' the War
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Solomon
Waldenberg. Cantor Nathan Parnass
11
OR OLOM (Temple) 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi David M.
Baron. Cantor Stanley Rich. 13
Pridaj 8:0fl p.m., Baturdas a.m.
Sabbath Services conducted by Rabbi
lii..' Baron; l antor Stanley Rich
will chant.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL-SOOTH (Formerly
Beth Tikva) 9025 Sunset Dr. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 13-A
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6J00 N. V ami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
K.e n 14
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2ION (Temple!. 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman S!i idh'O.
Cantor ErrOi Htl'mm. 16
HIALtAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Tempta). 95' E.
4th Ave Conservat ve. Rabbi Na-
than Zjlondek. 15
COfAt CABlfS
JUDEA (Temple). 5550 Gramla 9 ,ll
Reform. Rabbi Michael B Ek-.|
stat. Cantor Rita Shore
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ZAMORA (Temple). 44 Samara i.
Conservative.
Conservat.v? Rabbi Mu> 4 &>!
ge Canti- Staiey Ric-..
SUKfSIDl
MGGAN DAVID CONGREGA-iO^
9348 Harding Ave. Ortr -r:
Isaac D. Vine. Cant.- -t:;j
Levme.
fOIIT LAUDtKDAU
BETH ISRAEL (Temple 710C
Oakland Parti Blvd Rarb Pn 3
Labowitz. Cantor Maur.ce Nw
EMANU-EL 3243 W Oa lH
BWd .Reform.. Rab: -
Abrams. Cantor Jerom- -
NEW YORK (JTAI The
editor of a quarterly published
by the American Academic Asso-
ciation for Peace in the Middle
East said here that rather than
preparing for peace Egypt is
boasting of its victory over the
Israelis and plan to use the
United States to achieve its ai
in the Middle East
Anne Sinai, the Mid-
dle East Information Series, said
this was the impression she re-
ceived on a recent \isit t I
WRITING IN the New York
Tirr.es. Ms. Sinai said that
"Egypt appears to believe
not only in her total victi b it
also that it Is in a position to
dictate the peace terms and that
the United States :m be par-
suaded I ej I her fixed pre-
conditions.'
Ms. Sil that Egyptians
believi thai .nee the US. with-
draws luppotl for Israel, "the
Zionist s::,te will fall of its own
inner social tensions."
or* : tl Egypt and
want American aid in or-
der to modernize. but they are
willing to sacrifice this moderni-
zation ii they do not Rt all of
their conditions for peace
Ms Sinai said Egypt like Syr-
la. feels she i an have it i>th
wayi [f 1 'nite I States does
n.>t fulfill Egypt's extravagant
cations, she can always
turn to the Russians again."
Europe Urges Ban on Arab Aid
JERUSALEM- JTA)Representatives of 13 European parlia-
ments have concluded a two day conclave here by urging European
countries not to give ir. to Arab economic pressures aimed against
Israel.
The resolution adopted unanimously by tre some 140 persons at-
tending | ference of the Europe-Israel Parliamentary Friend-
ship Association also urged world solidarity with Isr.-ei while calling
for direct m tween Isri nd th< !
PREMIER Yitzhak Rabin told
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
NE 121st St. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph GorfinkaL Cantor Yehuda
Binyamm. 35
MIAMI BtACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyte Ave.
Orthodox. Rabb. Sneldon N. Ever. '7

BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Morofcii Shapiro. 18

BETH JACOB 30' Washington Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Shmaryahu T Bwlr.
sky. Cantor Maur a
BETH RAPHAEL iT'.mpla). 1545 Jr*-
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Elliot Winograd. Cantor Saul Breeh.
20
mbly -f .i -u- speakv:
BETH SHOLOM. (Tampla) 4'44 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronen.
Cantor Oavid Conviser. 21
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TEMPLE BETH SOLOMON. 927 Lin.
coin Rd. Modern Conservative. Rab-
bi David Raab. 21.A
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREV. CCN|
GREGATION. Libertal JM' U
versity Dr. Rabb- Max V :r
fOMfAttO UACH
MARGATE JEWISH CtiNTEB 6
NW 9th St.
SHOLOM (Templel. 132 Sl M
Conservative Rabbi Morr s (ksj
Cantor Yaacov Renier.
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HALlANOAll
HALLANDALE JEWISH CEN'
iConservativei. 416 NE i" *.
Rabbi Harry E. Schwar*.J Ca-ttj
Jacob Darz-ger
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL -Templei. 155' S '4th *
Rt-rorm. Rabbi Samuel Ja" i'
ant Pabb Harvey M. R;j-


nf Mind Memo I
: ii i
BETH SHALOM .Temple |
thur St. Conservative Rv "'I
ton Maiavsky. Cantor |rv -3 Cs: <1
the closing session of the confer
ence that Israel would not nego
tiate over her very existence
despite her desire for peace :.
with the Arabs
He declared that Jem
would remain under Israel sorer-
Bty with Guarantees of free
access and usage of the holy
places.
Farlier former Foreign Minis-
ter Abba Eban called on Europe
rot to give in to Arab oil black
nail
He i show-
ed there was do value in ir.
national Ruarantees and the o
waj di-putes was through
direct negotiations
Likud lead rs Menachem Bei-
C:n said the surprise attncV on
Israel that occurred last -Yom
Kippur uuld be repeated any-
time.
Air Force Strikes Bases

In 'Fatahland9 Again
TEL AVIV JTA'Israel .' ir Fore planes have hit at ter-
rorist b.i e Fatahland" of southeast Lebanon, an Israeli
army spokesman announced.
He said the a:r raid .the first since June !9. lasted several
minutes and was aimed at members of the El Fatah terr
organization who are in the area.
All Israeli aircraft returned safely to base Premier Y.-
Rabin has repeat t Is.-ae: will bit at terrorist
bases to prevent any attacks on Israel; settlements.
AS THE session was ending a
small group of d ites decided
to keep in constant touch on ef-
forts to help Soviet Jews to cmi
ite to Israel.
British UP Greville Janner,
I .;. rary coordinator for the
- up. said he was 'delighted" at
th" development since it un- the
first time parliamentarians from
a laree number of countries had
agreed to work together on the
problem.
The parliamentarians had
Bed to channel their efforts
throuah the British All-Party
Parliamentary Committee for the
Release of Soviet Jewry of which
Janner is chairman.
At a press conference, the
European \ i>itor. sa: >uld
ieir countries aqain-t th*:
it >n adopted by the n.ne
Common Market countries sup
port Arab interpretation
of uncil Resolution
242
THEY said ^ they now
robiems
and could therefore ex^rt
th'ir influence more effectively
for a nan pro-Israeli policy by
their govt-rnmer.1
The Europe-Israel Parliamen
tar. Association, had previously
held meeting* in Pa: :-',er
lin lallsWUlU the Yom Kippur
w- if II .- was the..- first meet-
ing ;a Israel.
SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johrsea St
Conservative. Rabbi D* I '-''
Assocate Rabbi. Chain- S L If'tlj
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodo*. 22
Cantor Yehuda L. Heilbrau-
;
BETH VOSEPH CHA'M CONGRE-
GATION. 843 Meridian Ave. 1?:A
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Wain ngton Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwa g. 2S
CLBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 715 Washington ava.
Rabbi Meir Mashah Melamed. 23-A
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EMANU-EL (Templel. 1701 Wash r>g<
ton Ave Conservative Rabbi Irvmq
Lehrman. Cantor 2vi Adler. 24
HEBREW ACADEMY. k400 Pne Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
TEMPLE BETH AHM C: ;--.!!*
310 SW S2nd Ave. Hollywood P*|
David Rosenfield. C.i
Schmerling.
TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal
idan St Hollywood. R I
Fraiin. Cartor Michael K)-"
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YOUNG ISRAEL of HOLL*
lO'thodox. 3391 Stirling H2.
I
1* I
" '
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4". a
A30B
MlfAMAK
ISRAEL (Temple.. 6920 S /.
Conservative. Rabbi Avror"
Cantor Abraham Kester.
HOMtSTtAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CE
183 NE 8th St. Conservat
N-E*
CONGREGATION AN.NELL iEr-,c^.
of Hebrew Andin-yi 7th St .ind
Mend an Ave Orthodox 25-A
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JACOB C COHEr, COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Wash.rgtO" Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern |
Cantor Meyer Engel. _;
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Eucl d Ave
O'Thodox Rabb. Dav d Lehrfie'd
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
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MENCRAH (Tampla). 6?5 7Sth St.
Conservative. Raob. Mayer Abram.
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
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NER TAMIO (Temple.. 20th St and
Tatum Waterway Conservative
Rabbi Eugene L.bovU Cantor Ed.
ward Klein yg
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CANDLEUGHTING TlMf
14 AB 7:45
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TKi f;g: u Vrt *
Cc....... -- "::r
OHEV SHALOM 70S5 Bor.ta Dr. Or.
thodox Rabb. Phmeas A. Web-rn an
30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CEVTER 645
Colii-s Ave. Rabbi Sad. Nahmias. 31
C(i^G^EGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1*42-
44 Washington Avi. J2
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Cpntbtttm j; '-' '''"'
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Spiniuj.' Leiier o'
Ttaialt Zgaear,
C.ralaJai
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Jewish Ftaridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
47 Number 31
Miami, Florida Friday, August 2, 1974
by Mail i wo Sectior.5 Pries 25 csnta
SHORTCOMINGS HELD THEM IN CHECK
\ordan Seeking
To Modernize
rmed Forces
Allon Visiting
I By EHUD YAARI
L'SALEM (JTAl Is-
Jhief of Statf, Gen. Mot-
Gut, said recently that
I's participation in a future
lust be looked upon as a
possibility.
I Israeli planners tend
|eve that another war if
hen it occurs will not be
only to the Egyptian and
fronts. In view of these
nations, careful attention
tn to King Hussein's ef-
modernize his army.
BSE EFFORTS, with
in aid, could transform
trdiinian army into an un-
it military factor, enjoying
Ifensive option along the
|t and most sensitive bor-
Israel.
Only two Jordanian tank bri-
gades took part in the Yom Kip-
pur War on the Syrian front.
Continued on Page 2-A
For Confab
With Leaders
DEPUTY PREMIER ALLON
here despite Watergate
Summer Heat
6-A
-.
Egyptian Journalist
Visits Israel for 3 Mos.
Body S*\ir h Prevented 5-A
Rousting They Won War 10-A
T"L AVIV Sana Haasan.
an Egyptian writer and journal-
ist, arrived here, the first Egyp-
tian lournalist to visit Israel
since the Six-Dav War.
Ms. Hassan, a Ph.D. can i: me
BLAMED FOR BLOCKING TREATY
chenbach Will Resign
\rom Bonn Committee
W(JTA> Ernst Achen-
I a member oft he Free Dem-
ic Party (FDP). blamed
locking ratuication of the
K> German treaty which
permit Germany to retry
ivar criminals convicted in
tia in France, has announc-
will resign from the Bun
committee considering
reaty.
Ihave now decide! to ask
er i committee i colleague
ke over so that the emotion
be taken from the whole
Achenhach said in a tele-
interview here.
EMBEBS OF the FDP have
| calling for Achenbach's re-
from the Foreign Affairs
fnittee and even from the
unent since he appeared on
rh television urging amncs-
Nazi criminals.
spotlight was turned on
Serman failure to ratify the
and Achenbach's part in
Kini; it after Nazi hunter
Klarsfeld was found guilty
fying to abduct Kurt Lisch-
vho was Gestapo chief ol
Paris during World War II and
trying to bring him to France.
Aehenbach, now 65. was a Nazi
diplomat in the German Embas-
sy in Paris during the war.
A( HEN BACH said that as a
lawyer he knows that 30 years
after the Nazi crimes, "trials are
practically impossible to conduct
when the intention is a just sen-
tence."
He explained that "on the
average, half the witnesses are
11, a quarter remember abso-
lutely nothing and the other
quarter do remember, but it is
I -:> doubtful if the recollections
are right."
Aehenbach appears i >>n French
television in an attempt to C
tee sui -;e of public indignation
against unpunished Nazis that
Mrs. Klarsfeld. a West German
housewife married to a French
Jew. had managed to arouse dur-
ing the trial.
"Let us be done with the past
I and for all," said Aehen-
bach from his private study and
speaking in flawless French.
in government at Harvard, the
daughter of a former Egyptian
ambassador to the United States
and a wife of a senior Egyptian
official, has written frequently
on the Arab-Israeli conflict.
DURING THE American Jew-
ish Committee's annual meeting
in New York last May. Ms.
Hassan debated the Arab-Israeli
issue with Arie Eliav. a leading
Labor Party dove.
Mrs. Suzy Eban, wife of for-
mer Foreign Minister Abba
Eban. attended the meeting and
was instrumental in getting Ms.
Hassan her visa from the Israeli
C tnsulatt in Boston.
I want- to look an1 see and
Continued on Page 3-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) Dep
uty Premier and Foreign Minis-
ter Yigal Allon has been in the
United States this week for
meetings with Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger. Defense Sec-
retary James R. Schlesinger and
Treasury Secretary William Si-
mon. It was not determined at
the time of his departure from
Jerusalem whether Allon would
meet President Nixon.
POLITICAL analysts in Jem
salem noted that Allon decided to
make the visit as previously plan-
ned despite the latest develop-
ments in the Watergate affair and
the fact that the center of inter
national interest is focussed on
the situation in Cyprus.
It is believed here that Alton's
discussion have been centering
around the next stage of the
Geneva peace conference. Al-
though no dramatic results are
expected, it is assumed that one
of the main topics was whether
the next around of talks would
take place with Egypt. Jordan or
bath
BEFORE leaving Israel, Allon
said that he would not bring any
Continued on Pasje 5-A
Appeal for Soviet Jews
Goes to Hurok Executive
EAST ORANGE. N.J. -'JTA)
At an unprecedented meeting
with George Perper. executive
vice president of Hurok Con-
certs, Inc., Jacqueline Levine.
president of the Metropolitan
New Jersey Conference on So-
viet Jewry and Meyer Fine, the
C inference program coordinator,
isented the Hurok official with
a letter of appeal on behalf of
the 17 Soviet Jewish artists who
have been consistently refuse I
exit visas.
Others particisating at the
meeting, held at the Garden
State Arts Center in Holmdel.
at the opening night of the
Moiseyev dance troupe's appear-
ance in New Jersey, were H w-
ard Levine. vice president of the
New Jersey American Civil Lib-
erties Union, and Diana Fine, a
member of the local conference.
the letter, addressed to
Igor Moiseyev, director i>f the
dance company, urged him to In-
tercede on behalf of his fellow
artists musicians, poets, movie
cameramen, painters and sculp-
tors who have consistently
applied for and beer, denied per-
mission to emigrate to Israel.
The Hurok official was inform-
ed that the 17 artists had been
harassed, dismissed from their
posts and barred from employ-
Continued on Page 5-A
FOUR PRINCIPLES
Dayan Has
Plan For
W. Bank
Talks With Jordan 3-A
Diaspora Army 7-A
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (.JTA) The
government's policy on the Pales-
tinian question as enunciated by
the Cabinet statement Sunday was
challenged by four urgent mo-
tions for the agenda in the Kr. -1>
set.
All of them were comfortably-
voted to committee despite a
small number of Labor absten-
tions and one defection.
AMONG the proposers of mo-
tions for the agenda was Knes-
seter Moshe Dayan who stated his
own ideas on the West Bank and
Palestinian issue.-,but he agreed
in the end that his motion be
voted to committee rather than
be debated by the plenum and
thus avoided a parliamentary con-
frontation between himself and
the government and party col-
leagues.
Replying to all the motions-
Continued on Page 2-A
GENUAL DAYAN
stick to principles
r
PROBLEM FOR GROWING NUMBER Of ELDERLY
1
JCong. Urges Top Priority Nat'l. Health Plan
By Special Report
IKW YORK (JTA) The
lerican Jewish Congress has
Jed the House Ways and Means
"unittee to approve a National
alth Insurance Plan that would
^vide every American withi"the
available health care as a
^ter of right" at no cost.
In a statement submited to the
committee for inclusion in the
record of its hearings on health
care legislation, the AJCor.gre-s
voiced particular concern about
"the growing number of elderly
persons living on fixed incomes,
poor and near-poor, for whom the
acquisition of low-cost quality
health sen-Ices :s a problem of
overriding importance."
THE STATEMENT cited statis-
tics compiled by the Federation
of Jewish Philanthropies In New
York showing 140.000 Jewish
families15.1 percent of New
York Jewspoor or near-poor
and another 190.000 families liv-
ing on incomes between the pov-
erty Level and what tha Bureau
of Labor Statistics calls "mod-
erate."
For those people and others
like them. "National Health In-
luran ;e may well be the most im-
portant piece of social legi-!
to be considered since Social Se
curity," the AJCongresa state-
leclared.
Theodore Mann, of Philadel-
phia, cha rman, and Joseph B.
Robison of N :w York, director
of the AJCongress Commission
on Law. Social Action and Urban
Atrairs, n A I m ting legis-
lation. !".,"... ii;i>: V".iv.ir and
Mi licaid, was as lequat be-
coverage
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Quota System Back in Force
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I. ative action in hiring, the
above the instructor but some
of whom may themselves be
er director of the- De;.art- ^SJJTm^' take ^
:.. ~* u.,1.1, wHnn a.. "nse%"tb piaetiee. pass fee-
l t of Health, Education and
lie's Office for Civil Rights
a inionished college and univer-
; utministrators to hire "vvith-
i | a compromise of quality."
But the Office for Civil Rights
cioe? not measure compliance or
Ltt non-comnliance with re-
to this admonition; there
e no guidelines or requiie.
- regarding quality. Numer-
u eta ar an easier meas-
w.irk with, and HEWa
:.. d i!i l timetable*
e adminUtiatora feel com-
i ed t" coi i mise.
\ ii:mo im the Presi 'cut
nell [Inivei ill to all deani
ir; arfment chairmen sal l
the Uui-o.s- 's | olic la i
i lltion-
inoril i pen ind fe
, if "in n ances, it
e unq
i r me I '':'-
.!. n ha
tijfed fo ilitative stan i-
. am I it dai
. : s ship, pr> '-
i ail other <:t .a-
where supeti
warded and
, mploye I etter serve so-
:. nol tl ii concept ol
o port' nit/" distorte !
re it< pursuit might well
acceptal le, or even prefer-
. ., r qualified' in-
.- etor In, sa ', lurgery?
\M> WHAT happens when
instructor's classroom prog-
some of whom may rise.
cause of group identity rather
than skill, and are employed on
hospital staffs on the same
ground?
Would anyone, of .-ny race, re-
ligion, sex or ethnic background,
want to. be operated on by a
"marginally qualified" surgeon?
The aigiiinent carries the point
to its extreme.
It Is ;.ssibie that some bril-
liant Instructor or surgeon may
lurk behind those "marginal"
qualifications. B .t it is unlikely.
VVhal risks are to be taken, and
who Iraws the line ai which they
are no longer taken? Society has
yet to devise a better measure
: excefl nee than performance,
etter predictors of excellent
ance than qualifications
i
client-
ly.
WHEN 1 takes s ich qualifi-
.- id i them wi-
ily ;rni without discri
tion lates for idmission
.iiieni. :is a
service to all; when it does not,
ler or later a disservice will
have been perpetrated upon all.
The evils attendant upon piefe-
rentia] treatment far outweigh
any temporal or even long-
range socia benefits it might
help to achieve.
But in response to those who
e seriously and sincerely for
weakening of the merit principle
in behalf of social considerations,
some additional points ought to
be made.
Urge National Health Plan
Continued from Page 1-A
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who provide the services; equit-
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residence or employment status;
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a target "goal" (or quota), a spe-1
cific target date and a govern-
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monstrates "good faith." may
not have the capacity, the leis-
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may have to hire the "unquali-
fied" or "marginally qualified,"
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ol every principle of American
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of fairness to the individual and
of non-discrimination against the
group, there is no principle of
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wiiilk the greatest number
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with the State Department of
Human Rights stating that he j
had been told by civil service of-
ficials that the job was reserved
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