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

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

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"^Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH MEKLY
iume
l~, Number 40
Miami, Florida Friday, October 4, 1974
tOc i v Mail Two Sections Price 25 cams
4Wait and See' on Freeze by Jordan
A is

&
Israel Faces Test With Palestinians-Alton
GERMAN-SPEAKING
Pro -Arab
7orce Seen
On Rise
I By PETER FRIEDLINGER
I VIENNA (JTA) The num-
l; if pr anda books explain-
|r the "historical, legal and po-
licv. background of the Middle
1st ; from the Arab
fcir.t of w" have increased
y... in German-spcakinR
unt;: ent months, Jew-
ted here.
"V v'as Furr Zoit^es-
I nentation" (] .i-
l it orcsent-day r>o-
pcal documentation) in Rastatt,
[eft Gt: has published a
pole series of paperbacks under
Continued on Page 6-A
tabbi Korff
Launches
fixon Fund
Jerusalem (jtaj -
Ibbi Bar. h Korff, head of the
f" d Citizens Com-
F'fp lirnesi to the Presi
1 need here that he
a fund to help
: President Nixon's
ft] .
V conference. Rabbi
I -i .1 the hope that
I Ripport thai
I tned the suDport
f Israel during
pur War.
KORIi TELEPHONED the
dent In San Cle-
I k rted that Nixon
I friends in Israel
ar.d healthy New
r "
I said Nixon men-
memories of his
"0lu' visit to Jerusalem last
po and said Nixon sounded
Id and was not depressed.
T*quoted Nixon assaying 'Je
Continued on Page 8-A
Foreign Minister Meets
Here With Kissinger
VIUAL ALLON
KIN(J HUSSEIN
Greek Jews are Baited
In Wake of Cyprus
By SAM MODIAXO
London Chronicle Syndicate
G ek 'cvs are witnessing the
disheartening renewal of anti-
S< mitic innuendos in
Athenian newspapers. There
are fears that such anonymous
incitement might lead to des-
ecration of Jewish religious in-
stitutions or demonstrations by
ignorant or "organized" crowds.
The wave of anti-Semitism in
Greece runs parallel with the
,. .i.-American hysteria caused
by the Turkish invasion of
Cyprus.
"Estla," the extreme Right-
wing Athens evening newspaper,
which has never sympathized
u 1th Jews g< nerallj eently
Ished alleged readers'
letters, accusing American
Jewry of having organized the
Turkish attack against the
Mediterranean island.
SOME ANONYMOUS letters
have claimed that the respon-
sibility for the Turkish aggres-
n which lias hurt so deeply
G:eek pride are the "Jews: Kis-
singer, Schlesinger and Rockc-
feller."
Ore of the letters was alleged
to have teen sent by a Greek
an in Chicago. This com-
plained that the pro-Turkish
, American rulers were
i \ usively of Jewish inspira-
tion" and that "almost all the
Continued on Page 12-A
Heavy Agenda 3-A
Arabs Angry 6-A
Opposition Continues 7-A
Meet Illogical' 7-A
Tc-.koah Steams 8-A
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA)
Foreign Minister Yigal Allon left
for New York to head Israel's
it ion to the United Nations
after warning that Israel faces
its most difficult and severe test
at the 29th session of the Gen-
eral Assembly.
Allon, who took off from Ben
Gurion Airport, was referring to
the inclusion of the "Palestine
Question" "ii the Assembly's
agenda as a separate item and
the presence of the Palestine
Liberation Organization at the
session.
HE SAID that with the
present composition cf the UN
Continued on Page 8-A
NOT LAST WORD
Hussein
Key To
New Stand
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM iJTA)
Israel will adopt a "wait and
see" approach to Jordan's
dramatic announcement of its
suspension of participation in
current Mideast peace moves.
Qualified sources here said
their assessment was that this
was by no means necessarily
Jordan's last word nor was
the tripartite Egypt-Syria-Pales*
Continued on Page 9-A
Anti Sent it ism Feared
High in Official Brazil
ADL Says HEW Shrugging
Off Reverse Discrimination
By Special Report
WSHINGTON The Anti-
: .. imation League of B'nai
B'lith has cl the U.S.
Depi ent ol Healtl
tion and Welfare with "allowing
discrimination to con-
tin e spreadi: ed, in
\iolation of its ol ligations under
law."
Testifying before the House of
Representatives' Special Sub-
committee en Education, Bern-
ard a. Kuttner, chairman of
rational rimlnations
nittee said that, as a result.
man e I eing denied
a and unlike
i aditional' kinds of
are being de-
I of Government aid to
is th se wn n .-.
UNTIL AUGUST, 197.', when
ADL began filing complaints
with HEW of preierential treat-
Continued on Page 16-A
By DAMD MARC IS
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA)
I.eadeis of Brazil's Jewish
comm inity have been assured by
a high government official that
the regime of President Ernesto
has nut altered the na-
- "even-handed" policy in
the Middle East conflict.
The Jewish leaders were also
promised by Gen. Golbery do
Couto Silva, Chief of Cabinet,
i at government will look In-
to alleged manifestations of anti-
itism in Brazil.
SIMILAR ASSURANCES of
even-handedness toward the
Middle East were given last
weak to Israeli Ambassador
Mordechai Shneerson by the
, tor general of the Foreign
Continued on Page 2-A
AnACHES LONG LIST OF 'BUTS'
We Favor Israel Gromyko
ANDRcIl GROMYKO
By YITZHAK RABI
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
__ Foreign Minister Andrei A.
Gromyko declared here that the
Soviet Union "stands in favor of
Israel existing and developing as
an independent sovereign state"
and indicated that Russia would
resume diplomatic relations with
Israel if "real, not illusory prog-
ress" is made toward a Middle
East settlement.
Addressing the 29th annual
session of the General Assem-
bly, Gromyko claimed that the
Soviet Union's position in the
Middle last cannot be consider-
ed one-sided because it supports
"the legitimate demands of the
Arabs."
HE SAID the Soviet attitude
in the Mideast "reflects intoler-
ance of aggression In general."
Gromyko said that "real, not
illusory progress" toward a Mid-
dle East settlement "will create
Cont'nued on Page S-A
'LIQUIDITY PROBLEMS'
Another
Jewish Banker
In Trouble
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Reports over the weekend and
into this week of the "liquidity
problems" of Swiss Jewish fin-
ancier Tibor Ro i": aim's finan-
cial empire flooded the Israeli
press and gave further cause for
concern among business and fi-
nance circles here, and among
Orthodox circles, both of which
have been hit hard recently by
the financial collapse of Jewish
millionaires abroad.
While the extent of Rosen-
baum's problems were not im
mediately apparent, moves were
reportedly proceeding in Frank-
fat in the hope of selling his
"Internationa! Credit Lank of
Geneva" and thereby perhaps
saving his vasl business and fi-
nancial empire.
ECONOMIC commentators
here noted that no matter what
the eventual fate of the bank,
there was good reason to hope
Continued on Page 12-A


Pace 2-A
yjenisf ffrrfidi&r)
Friday, October 4
Conflicts Must i>e Resolved Without War
I By WILLIAM SAPHIRE
UNITED NATIONS iJTAl
Se tarj State Henry A.
Klssinge Im ired I -
U!. es| >nsbil:t;. I
oar era is to I lets
v. .:...< x war." Addressing: tl e
29th annual session of the Ge:i-
e.a! AS he told the ". 3
m( | was In
Ire common interest of each of
them that local conflicts I e
res ';'eir
root causes removed by political
meai
HOWEVER, he cautioned
aga.: st atts '- re* tot a'.l
ta ne" because
peace can te
thwa-tti by asking to
$ "rely ;'.< I
to nil in
re:. p coaf lets,
exa
; revent &ssentlal
ti m n i us the i srties." Kis-
or said.
The W ast," he de-
claml. "ststrtdy derilsndtratai
e rations."
In I K : *"
ied deep concern over I e
,.: ;: n i I nudear weapons
as it restraliU were automatic."
nplied that there v. as dan-
ven in the supply of nuclear
mate: 1 rposesi
to non-nuclear nations.
KISSINtiER SPOKE at length
about the oil problem and its
global ramifications. He at-
ted the high cost of oil nol
to an actual shortage, or io
economic factors or to the free
interplay o: supply and demand
but to -deliberate decissoiu to
n and maintain
an artificial price level."
Bji the Secretary's al
tion to the Arab oil pro I
Neiv Anti-Semitism
Feared In Brazil
Continued fiwiu Page 1-A
Ministry in Brasilia, Ambassa :
Hai Saraiva Guerreiro.
envoy was told
1 the I idil inally friendly re-
]at.. hs etween Brazil and Isra< 1
remain unchanged But these as-
5 ; ave not aKayed the
iea:s of Israel's friends here that
Eia i! has changed course on the
Middie Last to the detriment of
Israel.
Foreign Minister Azeredo Da
SUveira left for New York Sept
21 to attend the 29th session
of the UN General Assembly
where the Palestinian question
was made a separate item on
tl:e agenda over the weekend.
Bia ii was not among the 56
member states supporting the
item.
Bl"T THE attitude of the
Cktoel government toward the
Israeli-Arab conflict was in-
dicated two weeks ago in a joint
declaration by Da SUveira and
the visiting Foreign Minister of
Sadi Arabia. Omar Saqaaf.
It affirmed that "a construe-
tive treatment of the Middle
East qnestl m have as funda-
nsental components the de-
occ ration of ail territories
-.rce and fie recagni-
t; Itimate rights of
tl e Palestinian people."
The dec!) ttion h
the Jewish community's ar
and prompted the visit by the
Jewish tion to the l
of Cabinet.
The i [ation stressed the
j, w ish mm mit 's ommil
to l- ael i concern ovei I
possible deterioration in Bi
traditional pro-Israel policy
which, they noted, dated from
the establishment of the Jewish
State in 1948.
THEY ALSO expressed the
community's growing concern
over 'anti-Zionist" attacks in
some newspapers and in radio
anu television commentaries and
the hawking of the "Protocols
of the Elders ol Zlon" in Brazil-
ian cities.
The Jewish delegation con-
sisted of Dr. Beno Milnitzky.
president of Brazil's Jewish Con-
federation; Dr. Eliezer Bui la.
president cf the Jewish Federa-
tion of Rio ie Janeiro: and Dr.
Marcos Firer. president of the
Jewish Federation in Sao Paulo.
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states was not as sharp as that
de.ivred by President Ford in
earlier General Assembly
e which the Arab do!c-
tes here saw as a veiled threat
a hardening ol the U.S.
ai.it ide toward their countries.
Kissinger re o nised that "the
producers should have a fair
-. are" and appealed to them on
the basis of their own "economic
well-being" tiiat 'the world can-
not si stain even the present
level of pi ices, much less COO-
t.r: ling increases:,"
KISSINGER OFFERED no
new observations on the Middle
,,.t Iv.n warned that while we
have achieved the respite of a
cease-fire and of two dfeMhgage-
ment agreements the shadow
it ar remains."
He said it was the "solemn
responsi! ility" of the member
states of the UN "to enco.:i
and support the parties In the
Middle East on their present
cou.se' toward peace.
-D ring t;-.e past year my
country has made a major effort
tc promote peaco in the Middle
East, Kissinger said. and
"President Pwd has asked me
to that we are deter-
mined to press I irward with
ts.
will work ckwiy with the
. we will coopera e
... .. ested count
wi work oi
Geneva conference," he s
KlssiX(...R DBTINEO the
Mi Bt conflict as one in
which "one side seeks the re-
cover) f territory and justice
for a displaced people" and "the
othei le s< eks security and rec-
ognition by its neighbors of its
legitimacy ;is a nation. In the
end.' Kissinger declared, "the
coalition gt>al of peace surely is
bruad eno :gh to embrace all
these aspirat'ons."
But he urged a "realistic"
approach to a Mideast settle-
ment. The art of negotiation is
to set goals that can be achieved
at a given time and to reach
them with determination." he
said. "Each step forward modi-
fies old perceptions and brings
about a new situation that im-
proves the chances of a com-
p.-< hensive settlement."
Kissinger warneo t!:at "! wars would take on a new di-
mension If n.;elear weapons wi v
imvoduced Into regions wheie
political conflict remains intense
nd the lelations ol
nuclear cowers to each other,
:-.e need to curb the i i I
ot n .'lear axplostvea," he said.
THE SECRETARY hinted
it he iMs reservations over
the : the United States
ami a n imber of other countries
which "have widely supplied nu-
clear energy for i>eaooful pur-
poses. This policy cannot con-
tinue if it leads to the prolifera-
tion oi nuclear explosives. Sales
of these matcvia's can no longer
be treated as a purely commer-
cial competitive enterprise." Kis-
singer said.
He made no mention, however,
of Pie-iriViU N'iv.n's undertaking
last Jrne to sell nuclear reactors
to Egypt and Israel, a
man observers felt c,,.
,he : n icleari
': ies
'T; world o imunib j
ntly to-'\J
inter
' the dive
oi :
to the
exp:o toes," ECJ sin er deck
He said the r.s. was
to join with oth rs in thatS
IN ADDITION to liis &
Assembly speech, Kissing*
he.e with itativej
M ddle Eastern countriei
ther explore the next stall
pea SB negotia':
A s; okesman fur the
Mission at the r\ -aid that]
U.S. "prefers not i |
Middle Fast debate" at the(
end Assembly
the delicate neg
The spoke said the'
was looking I nstrjcf
debate."
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[riday. October 4, 1974
* Jen islhfhr letter
Page 3-A
Gromyko: We Favor Free Israel-But...
Continued from Page 1-A
. for the develop-
;, :i~ i eta 9n t!ie
. ; ,"(i all the st
[ tat, li
the G neva
leh lie described as
roprlate forum for
e Mi Idle East a

the time" haa c<:>-.e for
than words "to as-
nats rights of the
. In Palestine" who
;e their rightful place
Geneva) conference."
OBSEM BBS BBSS were
note the mode/ate tone
reel taken by the So-
.-n Minister, in shaip
contrast to his ;s anti-Is-
rael and anti-Zionist diatri es at
the L'N.
Bet Grom; ko neverthi
' '. ttl at the Israelis
He aied Soviet demands
1 [a.ael \.Ithdiaw from all
Is si ized in I'.'oT.
He i- mti nded that Israel re-
isen ..! e nei I a
with S, in I Egy] t "as I
i i lnt< n led I I ee e I e ilt-
." and that
Id n to the Arab :
rios.
QBOMYKO .\:ixd that
unless the "legitimate itional
rights of t!ie Arab ie of
Palestine" are secured "there,
can be no .stable peace in the i
Ml He East."
He a.lded that It takes no
prophet to foresee a new flare-
up of hostilities if a Middle East
settlement should be i educed to
half-measures no matter how
Speaking ., t:... ^-ilestine
question, Gromyko sai I, "A wider
approach is req Ired 1 wntc
would open the way to assu.
nol in words but in
legitimate rights
le of Palestine."
He said that
deeds the
the Arab
the reason
the Soviet Union was in favor of
including the Palestine Question
as a separate item on the agenda
ol the General Assembly. Gro-
rryko lauded detente. He said
that, on the whole, international
evei.ts have now bee., t
closer to peace.
Commenting on the Soviet
Foreign .mister's remarks on
the Middle East, diplomatic
s irees here singled out the fact
that thi re was a change of tone
though no departure from the
traditional Soviet policy on the
Mideast.
They said the fact that Gro-
myko s;x)ke unequivocally for
t':e right of Israel to exist was
somehow different from past re-
affirmations b the Soviets of
the rights of all parlies in the
region.
The sources also observed that
this was the first time Russia
has spoken publicly on the re-
sumption of diplomatic relations
with Israel, even though that
was made conditional on Israeli
withdrawal from the occupied
A i ab te ritorii s.
Ford, Gromyko
In Heavy Agenda
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the baues which Kissinger
lid may be indicated within a
belt.
I SENATOR said an agree-
ent was close on the number of
irs and others who wiil be per-
ttted to leave the Soviet Union,
|! he Qhsejyed that some issues
najn >t fee solved. These in-
u.i lmi-lsitffe safeguards and
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The Russians. Jackson said,
have come a long way toward an
agreement on easing their emi
grntion practices.
Jackson also said that he hoped
a conclusion would be reached
between the Administration and
key senators on the immigration
issue.
HE SAID tne Soviet Union had
come around 180 degrees on the
emigration question but said thai
events in Russia during the past
week, including the use of a bull
dozer to wipe out an art exhibit
Dear Moscow, indicated the need
for close control by Congress on
any emigration agreement.
Assistant Presidential press
secretary John Hushen told re
porters after the two-and-a-half
hour Ford meeting with ko, Soviet Ambassador Anatoly
Dobrynin and Kissinger-that dur-
in; the talks Ford touched on his
discussion with Congress on the
trade bill, which includes the
Jackson Amendment, but added
that he couk' not talk about that
matter.
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whether the trade bill approval
was nearer as a result of the dis
cussions, Busben said the Presl
dent was hope fid.
Huslvn also said that the Pre
ident and Gromyko reviewed the
Middle East situation and that
they agreed on the importance o*'
a continuing effort toward a last
i'ig and equitable peace in the
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'
Filial Days of Sukkoth
We celebrate "the final days oi Sukkoth with the
observers of Shemini Atzereth and Simchat Torah
next Tuesday and Wednesday. This concludes the
High Holy Etetr.jtfriod that began with the ay* of.
Awe, rcn through the solemn Day of Atonement and
Sukkoth end now ends on a note of celebration.
On Simchat Torah. we begin the reading of the
Torah all over again with the aptly-titled Bereshit"
"In the Beginning."
This holiday is symbolic of the eternal spirit of
Jewish people, a never-ending and never Sagging
lion and Jewish fait! -
fulness :o the Jewish princ pies embodied in
Toi
An I so on Simchat Torah we begin c new reca-
the final passages of Deuteronomy,
on the d are.
the reading :i the history of Jewish
:: 31 the moment that we ended the
..r there real!/ is no bee
10 e Z 1 an eternal being of an eternal
That :s Judaism and as the holiday declares in
me, il is a n-,:r.-.-r.: :: Cdlabration a momenl
r: : rue ... [ f iness,
A Catalogue of 'Musts'
Andrei Gromyko's statement before the United Nations
is fascinating because it flies in the face of Soviet policy
throughout these years.
Finally, it has been made clear: As Gromyko would
heve us understand it, Moscow is all for a recognized and
independent Jewish State in the Middle East.
But .
And the "but" is as follows: Israel must withdraw
from all Arab territories occupied since 1967. Israel must
recognize the right of the Palestinian Arabs to their inde-
pendent status. Israel must make "realistic" and "'non-illu-
sory" moves toward peace in the Middle East; otherwise,
the Russian gift of recognition of Israel (we thought that
had been settled in 1948. when the Soviets joined the
Unit 3d States in voting for the original Partition plan) must
be declared, in the old Nixon vocabulary, "non-operative."
Notice: Not a single thing is advanced as an Arab
prerequisite not a single Arab "must." Th=re are only
Isrceli "musts."
All of which emphasizes what we have long suspect-
ed. And that is that the Russians heve always wanted an
Israel just a "touch" of Israel in the Middle East '.o
torture with its propaganda and to advance its Communist
cause.
Even if Israel does none of the thingk, the Soviets de-
mand of her, nothing will change. The Soviets will still
have what they want, an Israel to torture, only not quite
reduced to the status of impotence that Moscow would like
to see as the general human condition in all the nations
with which it does business.
National Newspaper Week
Oct. 6 to 12 is National Newspaper Week. We take
note of this occasion with particular enthusiasm this year.
It is a free press that has once again demonstrated
that it is the bellwether of American democracy.
It is a free press thai informed us of the status of the
nation in the Watergate, that flushed out the would-be
martinets in the American political process, that forced
them to account to a free American people.
As Americans who are part of the working press, we
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W ask our readers to take nota of National Newspaper
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COMMENT
Volume 47
Frdioy, October 4. 1974
Number 40
18 TISHRI 5735
When the I'nion o' Oithodi.x
Jewish Congregations of Amer-
ica meets next month in Boca
Raton it will take steps to cut
one of the few remaining links
it has with Other Jewish
re i -i< >.!> movements through
membership in the Synagogue
Council of America.
BY DOING SO. it will under-
score the fact that Orthodoxy
has never really granted reli-
gious legitimacy to either the
Conservative or Reform move-
merits.
While the Synagogue Council
provided an umbrella for the
religious si>okesmen as con-
trasted with the secular bodies
such as the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds
and the National Community
Relations Advisory Council it
has always been obvious that the
Orthodox wing was unhappy
with the official collaboration
even though, on a personal level,
many Orthodox rabbinic leaders
could find happiness and respect
amon^ their unorthodox col
leagues.
I FORESEE even further de-
fection by the Orthodox from
the mainstream of American
Jewish life "mainstream" is
not a judgmental statement but
a fact of life and the situation
is not helped any by the decision
of the Israel government to com-
promise on the "Who Is A Jew?"
game by working out a formula
whereby the registration of im-
migrant converts is suspended
for one year while an acceptable
legislative solution to the ques-
tion is sought. The National Re!>
ciuus Party, representing Ortho
dox power, now joins Rabin t
cua u. i cai n.et and divides
world Jewry even more.
Here in America, where
Orthodox thought is as much a
minority as it is in Israel, this
?eviationist tendency was well-
illustrated by the voting on the
1974-75 Joint Program Plan
adopted this past summer by the
National Jewish Community
Relations Advisory Council.
THE DMCA abstained or dis-
approved of programs which
suj-j.-oi ted cor.iinueu school bus-
ing, housing, women's rights, af-
firmative action, capital punish-
ment, censoiship. criminal jus-
tice, obscenity or pornography,
abortion, amnesty, governmental
aid to parochial education and
adoption.
This is not to say that the
Orthodox representatives were
alone in dissenting or withhold-
ing approval from these majority
resolutions, but no other group
was as consistent in opposition
and so oiten in the lonely minor-
ity. Which does not mean, either,
that the UOJCA position is
wrong; what it does mean is
that, as I stated earlier, the
Orthodox leadership persists in
remaining outside the American
Jewish mainstream.
IT IS IRONIC that at a time
when there is an obvious move
toward more tradition on the
part of Reform and Conservative
rabbis, the issue of Jewish legiti-
macy is being drawn even more
rigidly.
An indication of the times is
that number cf Conservative
bv EDWARD <(
congregations h; t*u "
cent Hebiew L'ni 6 Re-
form) graduates a- rabbis j
this new bieed w:. :<*! ?
of place in those :eg3J*j
nor will the n ::t;onB
congregants ll t "P*1
by the approach .vou"
men to Torah.
ANOTHER BIOS \i that oW
sion is taking place within tM
Reform rabbinate am r.c those
who see classical Reform n>
ping toward "Orthodoxy" to t
extent mat close to 1M at them
have decided to form a grow
within the Centra: Conference
of American Rabtis to be nno
as the Association for a Progres-
sive Reform Judais-v
From my obssrvsl
those dissidents are n I JP
radicals but older rabbis, ij
young men cominj >r! -^
Reform seminary appear to
more comfortable with a
mulke than without; wttn "
Hebrew in the service w-
than less: with a peat **
for ritual and *JJ
trappings than the paduaiP
other generations .....
IT is in mis atmoflJJ
which finds our your ^
seeking for H e^
roots without some ol "ewg
ity which letl their **#%
and parents to rejee -^
Judaism in America tM
the most recent SCttoBl
UOJCA saddening.
For the Orthcxiox :>*P^
themselves even more nJ
general community is an
nK- weaker. '
can only weaker,
diminishing strength I
abroad
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Arabs React Angrily to
Bv YITZHAK KABI
UNITED NATIONS
__Arab d at the United
Nations v. ere defensive here in
the wake of Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger's address to
the (leneral Assembly.
They cort.-nde i that the high
of oil is not the only cul-
prit in the troubled world
economy.
Bpnking with newsmen after
Kissinger's speech. Mahmocd
Riad. BBCratary general of the
Arab League, said that the oil
prices are not the main problem
that has ca.i*ecl inflation.
HE SAID the high price of all
Arab Propaganda
Among Germans
Kissinger;
mate ials should be cnn-
I, However, Riad said that
itie I I roducing nations "are
read;. crate v.ith the oil
consumers on the problem.
The MM Hlie was taken by
Saudi Arabian Ambassador
Jamil M. Baioody who said that
if inflation would he curbed in
the Industrial countries it would
bring a redaction hi oil pi I
However, Arab delegates are
Still disturbed over
President Ford's address to the
nbly where, referring to
's Aiab oil embargo, he
wa ned that nations must rv>t
manipulate fundamental needs
for national or b'oc advantages
and added that any attempt by
one nation to use a commodity
Talk
for political purposes wou'd
invariably tempt other nations
I- k) the same.
ARAB DELF.GATES continue
to contend that Ford's state-
ment was a veiled threat to oil;
producing nations and expressed
r-e feeling that the I'.s. was
ning its attitude toward
their .'ountriea.
Meviw hile, Vasir Arafat, head
of the Palestine Liberation
Organization baa arrived he-e
i participate in the debate on
Palestine.
i me of his principal aides,
Nabil Shaath, is he:-e to ass'st
the resident PI.O observer,
Sadat Has-an. who has a Yen-
en: passport and holds the rank
of ambassador.
Luncheon Meeto
At Temple JU(Ie,
Tem le Judea Sisterhood
hold its op will, hiu-heon
tng Wednesday, Oct.]
a.m.. in the t e's social h
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Sportsmen Protest Ouster from Leamie
Ni:w vt'HK (JTA) James McGuire, preside it of the
5totes Soccer Football Association .has joined the growing
of spoilt official who are critical about the recent action
It of U
lien l>y Ih, Asian S()l',v'' Association to ban Israel from future
Ufcipatiori in the Asian Games.
HfrGuire, a former member of
soccer competition. The vote was
17-13, with six abstentions, less
than the two-thirds majority
which the Association's rules re-
quire for the ouster of a mem-
ber.
,0fcutive board of the Inter-
tonal Football Association
W), has advised the U.S.
gnit'tee Sports for Israel.
lt he will do everything in his
er to protest the action of
Asian Football Association
pond with mem-
of FIFA concerning his
test.
RESOI.I'TION was passed
it. 15 in Teheran, mainly due
|the machinations of the Arab
Communist countries, to
Israel's participation in
' International sportsmanship
has suffered anothe/ blow by
the deplorable action taken at
the Asian Games by the Asian
Football Association." said N'at
Holman. president of the U.S.
Committee Sports for Israel.
Politics, he continued, "must
be kept separate from sports if
Israel Will Continue
To Oppose PLO at UN
JERUSALEM (JTA) Foreign Minister Yigal Allon
Lid here thai Israel would continue to oppose recognition by
United Nations of the Palestine Liberation Organization
i
Head: itted, however, that prospects were slim that Isiael
I I be al to prevent such a move at the current session
\ I leneral Assembly.
ALLON, ho left for New Vo i; to head Israel's UN de'.s-
r evaluated the situation at a Cabinet meeting. He said
:ed States has not ytt committed itself to a stand on
mation at the l"N. although it was obvious that
[> ...ion would have preferred that the issue was not raised.
Allon al o observed that Egypt's statement that the PLO
|a- the Itimate representative of the Palestinian peo] le
| ed Jordan in a difficult position.
lit: ESTIMATED, however, that this was not,Egypt's final
ord on tl
ted that year after year, the Genera! Assembly
i resolutions contrary to Israels views and that each
UN mei ipporl those resolutions.
JCom. Plans Annual Meet
pv YOi:': Daniel Yank-
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J i oil itei s; Sis-
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' L. Wli ., lent of the
Jewish Committee.
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vice president "f the AJC. head
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we are to preserve the spirit of
fair play without which Interna-
tional sports competitions would
become a ho!low mockery."
Members of the U.S. Commit-
tee, many of whom aie leaders
"i other sports organizations, are
urging all appropriate national
and inteinational sports bodies
to condemn the ouster voted at
Teheran, to censure all delega-
tions guilty f violating the basic
principles of sportsmanship and
to take immediate, vigorous
Steps for the reversal of this
latest Arab move to harass Is-
laei, Holman added.
FIFA HAS scheduled an Oct.
3 meeting on the action, but al-
rea I;, others have expressed
their displeasure over the vote.
After a special meeting of the
executive committee of the Fed-
eration of the Asian Games,
Prince Guham Raza of Iran, who
is president of the federation,
said. "Criticism was made
against teams that have turned
sports competition into political
discussion."
The executive committee also
expressed "its great concern and
displeasure with the attitude of
those teams who did not com-
plete their participation in cer-
tain events of the Seventh Asian
Games by withdrawing from
etition. These actions were
cont.aiy to the fundamental
principles of the Asian Games
Federation and are in disregard
of their obligations as spo ts-
.nen."
THIS WAS understood to be
in reference to several teams
which refuse.! to compete
against t.'ie Israelis.
The People's Republic of
China, North Korea an Kuwait
arc in that group.
McGuire said he believed that
the Israel Football Ass ation,
ft presented by its chairman
Menaehem Heller, would leceive
a good hearing from the FIFA
executive board.
U.S. Avoids Meeting ^
With Palestinian Chiefs 1
WASHINGTON (JTA) An official meeting between
the United States and the Palestine Liberation Organization
delegates at the United Nations General Assembly session in
New York "is not logical," the State Department said here.
Department spokesman John King made the comment while
declaiing that the Department had "no substantive comment"
on the Syrian-Egyptian-PLO accord reached in Cairo and Jor-
dan's objections to it.
I'NOEK QUESTIONING from reporters. King pointed out
the PLO does not represent a government. The Palestine issue
is on the UN General Assembly agenda, he added, but no
resolution or proposal exists for the U.S. "to do anything." King
noted that the PLO has an information office in New York but
it has no official connection with the UN.
He said the U.S. did not oppose the placement of the Pal-
estinian question on the agenda but neither did it vote for it
! ecauee it was not put in that "format." King declined to dis-
cuss Jordan's statement that it would boycott Arab discussions
on the Middle East pending decisions at an Arab summit con-
ference in Morocco on Oct. 26
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Friday, October 4.1974
Tekoah Steams to Head Off
UN Recognition of PLO Unit
UNITED NATIONS ,XTA> The Unit* ^^^^^^^^
on its agenda of "the Question of Palestine" as an item for debate sepa
Middle East" which also was approved for the agen.a. Palestine issue as item 108 on the
in the discussion preceding the approv. 1 for .r^*^*H "if the intentions and
Assembly's agenda of 110 item.. Ambj*jro se ^;*J^t|on on the agenda are fu!-
ESSSBsMMBssasr-".......-
ASKING WHETHER this was ,
thev do not mean that at all.
Arabs of
TWY AIM TO TORPEDO PtACI *
-----------'--------------------------------.
Alton Warns Palestinians
Are Israelis9 Severest Test
the destiny" of the ON and
the vocation of the internation-
al community." Tekoah said "is
it by such aberration that the
29th session of the General As-
sembly will go down in history?"
He cited his statement before
the Assembly's General Commit-
tee, which gave preliminary en-
dorsement to inclusion of the
Palestine question, in which he
said inclusion would be "prej-
udicial to the purposes and prin-
. of the United Nations
charter and detrimental to the
efforts in the M
1 ast."
Tekoah said that 'there (
not have been a more blatant
charter tl an I ie s ipport ex-
;n the Genera!
mittee
l to the destruc-
i itl
I nite N 11 ons."
HE THEN
inant of tin
Lit' anization
- ne if
nt oi
null
. .'. that I
tine 1 will 1 ;" x e

"the Palestinan Arab
le" reject "everj tiori
thrft .- i stitute I
eration of Palestine and
I plans tl at the
lit of the Palestinian
issue."
The [raeli
nsors of the Pale<;
item had asked that men-.: ei -
of the PLO. at whose behest
said the Palestine item had
been i: ;. be invited t 1
particpate in n that
That, he said, wi
ling "the recognition
ility" of the UN t<
, m irderers of Lod and
inners and execu-
te.:- of the massacres at iv
toum n I Athens and Maalot.
1 ickers [airplanes, I
n- 1 nnoci nt men. wo-
en."
TEKOAH said he questioned
whethi 1 "any sensible human
being" would find it possible "to
take the Un
Nation1: if it were to act in so
- Me a manner." He said
1 of item
IO tag the right
....
Arab inhabitants of P
He asserted the
Palestine exercise their right to
self-determination in "the Pales-
tinian Arab state of Jordan."
which has "a Palestinian-Jordan-
ian Parliament" and a "Palestin-
ian-Jordanian government."
He said the Arabs in Jordan
were "independent in a state
which is Palestinian historically,
geographically and politically."
TEKOAH CHARGED that
when sponsors of the Palestine
.;,...- of inalienable rights
letermination, what
t ie really meant was "tl e
nial of the 1 gnts of seif-
,;0t ence and
. nt.. of the Jewish
H thai a country
v.. v so-called Pales-
tine :- Organizal
n end to he ii -
of true
He tate fan-
hostility to-
Israel and ei
,; ly inevital ly
.:,;.... ling its 9 it-
a" ility for co-
ing ef"
forts." a clear ce to the
.; la co-chair-
. the Unite 1 Stat
Geneva Middle Bast i-eace
Ference.
Tekoah contended again that
Inclusion of the Palestine item
on the agenda "is poisoning the
atmosphere in the Middle East,
at a time when what is needed
most is a relaxation of the
acutely tense relationships
there."
HE SAID a debate on that
question "and its foregone con-
clusions resulting from the
mechanical and one-sided major-
it.-, could deal a clipping blow
t,> the currant efforts toward a
just durable pea^e in the
; I -in any event.
bra a~ainst
tig!, -.hat
;at:on of the
e P destine q i< stion;
t 1 citizens by all
the ii I '
... 1 ests
... : and di
n."
-A ire for ] eaci w I
,. readi-
ness foi 'the
e
will by an
,e ue inter-
will i ear this
- tl :.. ittit I the
discussion 1 I the Palestine
n estknt."
Continued from Page 1-A
there was no chance to prevent
a discussion of the Palestine
Question but that Israel, never-
theless, will make every effort
to persuado member nations
gainst it.
According to Allon. the PLO"s
objective is not to discuss the
rights and problems of the
Palestinians but to torpedo ef-
forts now under way for a peace-
ful settlement of the Middle East
conflict.
"If the PLO succeeds in bring-
ing about the adoption of anti-
Israel resolutions. this can
totally undermine the efforts
being male now for a political
settlement." Ailon said. Allon
said that Israel has an interest
ng the Palestinian urob-
lem which is both Just and in
is..-. vests. But this con-
cerns a cca ine Palestinian Iden-
tity, not th( PLO he said.
THE FOREIGN Ministi who
1 us
expressed < neern that
its threat to
Geneva peace eon-
[erei I '" "' I r-',:X lf
the t meeting in
I the PLO as the
.-. thi Pales-
tini
I States
[on to the Pal-
estine i '' fea
thro .':
1 1
ii stated that the ptian
-- s rcco
PLO ai -' tea all Pa'-
estiniana was dire ainst
Jordan we.
si*- s \:n he wo il i raise that
Sticn tarj of State
Henry A. Kissinger this week.
Allon added that he had no 1
to meet Soviet foreign Minimi
Andrei A. Gromyku
King Hussein of Jordan *|
fused to attend ,1 conference!
with Egypt. Syria and the Plq|
in Cairo and froze all of hJ
government's activities in coJ
nection with the Geneia_c3
ference. Amman sail, howler|
that the freeze was only te-|
porary and would le end on toil
outcome of the P.a at mJ
Oct. 26.
Kissinger himself will visit uJ
Middle East again v. 9 3-dl
will spend 24 hours in IsraeT
beginning on the night of OctJ
12. sources here
By then, the Ca inet w ill havel
receive*1, a f..ll n: Allcaf
on his disc.;.--; ins the Axa|
ican Secretarj
nu efully wi ha 1

stage of- pe -
which are expe j
with E :. : '
R< liable soui
Israel
tager wit 11
t1 > tiatia
J
1
self t make -
Mineralogist Is Speaker
M V. Ki \
;...,. :
:. ill of Mini iis I
t!i? Miami Beac 1
h j mi \
Lay. at 7 P
meet- t seco
n the R01 I
th- Miami Beach ?c
2100 r.d'.is Aye.

Rabbi Korff
Launches Fund
For Nixon
Continued from Pag< 1-A
I beautiful city, but
I ipeat BOSt of mv time on the
Of of the K:ng David Ho-
tel." to which Rabbi Korff re-
plied: That's exactly where I am
right now
AMI KCKFT. who said he
v.a msnrted by Nixon on
the establishment of the fund.
mer president had al-
ready spent S40.000 in auditing
income tax documents and ex-
pected to spend another S50.000
on further legal expenses. The
rabbi is here on a private fil


yndoy, October 4, 1974
+Jewisii FhriJiain
Page 9**
Israel Will 'Wait and See' About Jordan
Continued from Pa^e 1-A
tjne liberation Organization
declaration of Cairo necessarily
Presi'ient Anwar Sadat's last
word on the vexed Palestinian
representation problem.
THE CAIRO declaration,
vihi i led to Jordan's suspension
of participation in all Geneva-
connected moves, acknowldged
the PLO as the "sole legitimate"
representative of the Palestin-
ians, implying that not only
those Palestinians living on the
West Dank, but even tnose who
form some 63 percent of the
East Bank population, should see
themselves as represented by the
PLO.
Jordan, of co-irse, sees its
Hashemite and mixed Hashem-
ite-Palestinian government as
duly representing all the Pales-
tinians living in pre-19"7 Jordan
on both sides, of the Jordan
River.
Israe'i analysts cite three pos-
sible motives behind the Jordan-
ian "freeze"; to bring pressure
on Eg/pt, Saudi Arabia and
Syria to soften their support for
the PLO in advance of the
crucial end-of-October Arab
summit; to pressure the U.S.
and through the U.S. to pressure
Israel to launch an Israel-Jordan
negotiation as the next peace
sta<;e; and to clearly stress the
ultimate decision that both th"
Arabs and Israel must make be-
tween Jordan and the PLO.
THE QUALIFIED sources
added that if no change in the
general Arab position were
forthcoming before or at the
Arab summit in October, then
Jordan would very likely carry
Oiit its implied threat to perma-
nent! wash its hands of the
West Bank.
There has been for some time,
the sources pointed out, a con-
siderable body of opinion frr
Amman which holds that tl*
West Eank is more a burden
than an advantage to Jordan.
This view does not at this time
include King Hussein. t I
Tne contrary argumerft, of
course, is that leaving the West
Bank to the PLO would create
an irridentist neighbor which
would constantly seek to over-
throw the Hashemites in Am-
man, too.
THE ISRAELI analysts are
wondering how this latest turn
of events in the Arab world will
affect developments at the
United Nations.
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Page 1U-A >'<;* H-rrMttr
Friday, October 4, 1974
Seymour ^A). J^iebman
* Two Books Detailing Major Aspects of Israeli Life and Judaism
..'I'iiK kibbi"tz Experience: Dial Kfar
Blum." by Wiser Criden and Saadia G. lb
i New York. Herzl Press. 57.95 277 pp. is an
interesting account by two vatikim" lold tlm-
a). The dialogue between the two American
pioneering members of the Anglo-Saxon com-
mune founded in Israel over 30 years ago
touches upon many phases of life la a non-
religious kibbutz.
Mordecai Chertoff wrote the introduction.
Since he and the authors are biased in favor
of kibbutzim, his by-passing of the sordid as-
- of the splits among some of the kibbutzim
in the 1950s is understandable.
HOWEVER, he should have extended some
remarks about the disputes which were on
>gical grounds. Many placed socialist ideol-
above the interests of the State of Israel
and the new Jewish arrivals.
The book has invaluable appendices ami in-
teresting photographs. The chapter. "Kibbutz
Rituals." has much to offer starry-eyed neo-
phytes who over-glamorize their expectations of
kibbutz life.
Among the lessons learned by Kfar Blum
Single Parent Still
Has Big Problems
THIE sot IAL-se.\ual revolution of America's past
decade, symbolized by the emergence of the wom-
en's liberation movement, has paradoxically increased
rather than cased the problems of the single patent
seeking to establish a new life from the wreckage of
her divorce or desertion, according to a Jewish e.v t
on the problem.
Mrs. Gertrude T. Levy, administrative supervisor
of psychiatric services at the Jewish Community Serv-
es of Long island, said the single parent is currently
gaining positive acceptance denied by past genera-
t;ons.
THE VICTIMS of the decay of modern marriage,
sigaali. e I by a mountine American divorce rate which
has a ted American Jewry, are generally wom-
en, nartiaylarly anew, since the courts usually
award custody cf children of divorced parents to tiie
mot'-.
Ms. Levy reported on the problem and its im-
plieati :k in a talk to a Single Mothers' Discussion
Group at the Flushing vmywha.
Mrs. Levy said that while there was no doubt
that society, including the Jewish community, now
frowns less upon the single parent, recognizing her
in terms of her position, identity, role, rights and
needs, her problems have been increased rather than
lessened by that greater public understanding.
When, in an earlier period, the single parent felt
rejected and shamed by her usually abrupt loss of
security of status as wife and mother of a family,
she retreated from society and yielded to feelings of
worthlessness and failure. Others took care of her.
As acceptance has grown, Mrs. Levy declared, the
single parent is no longer hiding but. as she comes out
into life, more demands are made on her at all levels,
social, economic and political.
0.\'< E SE't H a parent has made the decision to
seek to create a new life, she has had to assume
more responsibility for herself and her children.
1 hanks in large degree to the women's liberation
movement. Mrs. Levy said, the single parent has been
^ivn greater recognition. "The avenues are opening
! : her and she must find a way of walking down
then alone." she added.
She declared that "there are more single women
in the job market now than ever before." With hus-
bands quitting their marriages by divorce or desertion,
the women face the res;*jnsibility of supporting their
children. Mrs. Levy also suggested that more and more
m ill have to assume that res[>onsibi!ity on
--range ba-is because, as marriages continue to
disintegrate, women may well fin 1 it more difficult
to marry again.
IX stressing that greater social acceptance of
e parent has perpetuated the pressures and
problems for such women. Mrs. Levy said one of the
ion-, of the Jewish Community Services for sev-
eral years has been to help such women to adjust to
the agonies of their new situation and to organize
new lives. She added it was her impression that the
number of single Jewish parents had cpiadrupled in
the past five years "at every economic and
level.'
members ;>.re: "the kibbutz at one stage had this
sex revolution but did not find it really satis-
factory" and.that 'the free love which existed
for a brief time proved just as unsatisfactory
a solution to sexual problems."
Rabbis now perform the marriage ceremony,
and the kibbutz atheist has almost passed from
the scene. There are many other fascinating
observations in this thought-provoking and in-
structive book.
THE JIVEMLE Court in a Changing So-
ciety." by David Reifen < Herzl Press and Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania Press, S10.. 214 pp.i
brings to the fore aspects of Israeli life not
i^rf-innirinr
tKobcrt *^eqal
V
Hero Lindberghs
Nazism Recalled
fllARLES A. Lindbergh, whose death is widely
lamented, was twice a hero once to all
mankind and once to all Nazis. Let those who
write and revise history never forget this lest
humanity be ill-served.
Lindbergh as young hero to a universally-
adoring public had every right to his reputation
for courage, physical endurance, daring, and
ability to electrify a world, which in the I
still 1 elieved in heroes. He twinned his skill as
venl iresome airman with the mat\el known as
the machine that conquered sky spaces: ami in
so doing, he won, as he deserved to win, the
a.imitation of millions.
OTHER IOI RNALS, other forums will con-
tinue to extol his achievements as pioneer avia-
tor and conservationist. But before an end is
written to every aspect of his career, all whe
ai haunted by the realities of the Hitler era
and apprehensive about a rebirth anywhere of
that kind of evil should re-examine his tragic
relationship to the Nazi cause and belief in a
I line of Aryan supremacy offensive to moral
and religious truths.
But even as late as 1970 when The War-
time Journals of Charles A. Lindbergh" were
published, he made it clear himself that as he
edited fiese memoirs "in general. I i Lindbergh
>ti:i hold the belieis I entered on the journal
i agea."
HOW DEEPLY the flier-hero had been in-
fluenced by his three visits to Hitler's Get many
and by his friends in America First is etched
in his shocking statement at Des Moines. Sept.
1,1. 1941:
"Large ownership and influence in our mo-
tion pictures, our press, our radio and our gov-
ernment constitute the greatest danger to the
U.S. from Jews."
With the utterance, wildly cheered by Hit-
ler's devotees in America. Lindbergh crossed
over the line of acceptance even by those who
wanted to keep this country out of the war
under any conditions short of submission to the
Reich's government.
usually heard of, much less discussed. The au-
thor is Chief Judge of the Juvenile Courts of
Isiael.
His book presents the sociological back-
ground of the heterogeneous groups that I
prise Israeli society, and he then presents the
causes and types of delinquency among Jewish
and Arab youth.
The methods of detention, statistics, observ-
ations. and suggestions for a variety of special-
ised community services, probation, educational
facilities, the juvenile police, discussed for Is-
rael, deserve consideration by our American
authorities.
BEN ZIOX Bokser's "Jews. Judaism and the
State of Israel" (Herzl Press $6.95. 248 pp.i is
a melange of exegesis, history and Zionism. It
fails to explain Judaism and to clarify its na-
ture, one of the avowed purposes of the book.
because of verbosity.
The exegetical portions display the author-
rabbi's persipacity. He does clarify the major
distinction between Judaism and Christianity.
JDavid *?LrCinci a
Brothers on Trip
Find Familv Ties
Jerus
Two BROTHERS, Richard Charles Coward, 18
his I Michael. 25, of Adelaid .\ ttralia
covered by chanc while in Jerusalem recently, in-
formation pertaining to a relative. Charles
who had been awarded Britain's highest me'
honor The Victoria Croas" for bravery during World
War II.
The story began two years ago when varl
local south Australian newspapers, together wit:
Keren Kayemeth Le'Lsrael announced a literary com-
petition on the subject of "making the desert b
in Isiael a problem common also to Australia, be-
ing largely a desert country herself.
KIBBUTZ QETI'RA in Israel's Arava Desert
was adopted as a Keren Kayemeth project an :
- of money for land development at the site
contributed.
The two Coward brothers entered the eoi
tioti, writing about land development in the A
placing special emphasis on Kibbutz Qet
had enjoyed wide news coverage in Austral!
Jewish, as well as the regular local press. V/il
the competition, the brothers were awarded a
week trip to Israel as guests of the Keren Kayemeth.
IT is probable that their trip would have re-
ed merely a pleasant experience to be remen
through the years had not something happem
make it much more meaningful than they had thi
for on the last day of the trip before thei
parture to Australia, while on a visit to the Yad
Vashetn Memorial in Jerusalem, they encoui
the name of Charles Coward emblazoned near one f
the tiees of the Memorial's "Avenue of the Righteous
Gentiles."
Charles Coward had been a British soldier taken
captive by the Germans duiing World War II.

Joseph jrolalioff
Hirshhorn Collection in New House
I'MIE IllRSHJlORN Museum and Sculpture Gar-
den. housing Joseph H. Hirshhorn's collection of
sculpture and painting of the past 123 years, is
finally ready to be shown as America's permanent
testimonial to the Latvian Jewish emigrant whose
widowed mother made purses in a Brooklyn fac-
tory six day* a week to feed her family of thirteen
children.
This new public museum, a part of the Smith-
sonian Institution on the Mail between the Capitol
and the White House, is the result of the magni-
ficent g}ft to the nation of some 4.000 paintings
and 2.000 sculptures that Hirshhorn. now 75. as-
sembled over 40 years while he was amassing a for-
tune in Wall Street and from uranium mines in
Canada. The appraised value of the works is more
n $100 million.
HIRSHHOUVS GIFT, which leaves him and
his wife with only a few items in their own home
in Greenwich. Conn., traces art in every medium
by European and American masters. The inaugural
exhibit which opened with a series of receptions
duiing the first week in October and will continue
through Sept. 15. 1975. consists of 800 to 900 works
in ail media.
Hirshhorn had difficulty in deciding where his
collection should go. Canada, which he greatly ad-
mires, was a prime choice.
ISRAEL'S NEW museum in Jerusalem in-
vite! it. England offend to build a new museum
for it in London's Regents Park.
President Johnson personally |>ersuaded HI
horn to give it to the Smithsonian.


Friday, October 4, 1974
*Jen isti Mr rletter
Page 1L-A
Dade's Teachers Must Work on Holy Day
EDITOR: The Jewish Floridiun:
I j.ist read in The Miami Her-
ald where the Dade School sys-
tem's Jewish teachers would not
be paid for the time taken off
Kippur if they took two
. oft for Rosh Hashanah.
That's tantamount to saying a
tea her would not be paid for
taking off on New Year's day
-e he took off on Christmas
I eek before.
non-payment for taking
n JTom Kippur i.s gross dig-
inatlon.
THK SITUATION is even
culous when it is noted
>. District Judge C. Clyde
id ruled that teachers
use their sick leave for re-
. holidays.. But then, who
an alternate excuse to
from being penalized for
i on a legitimate Jewish
1. ay?
eminded of another sit-
in retrospect taken ra-
the c-madian Govern-
When Prime Minister
I lot T udeau won a ma-
tlon as Prime
i last July, he
i. 26 as the day to
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He ignores the fact that many
thonsan'Is of Jews in the States
dally read the "Forverts," the
"Moreen Feiheit." the weekly
and montlily pajwrs and maga-
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Arbeiter Stime," -Der Veker"
an I others published in the U.S.,
t anada and overseas.
"Let Thy \Vordj Be Brief
Kch;\cth (Ecdesimtes)
'
m
Jewish Floridian of Sept. 13,
your Now Year Edition.
It is undoubtedly true that
nication among Jews the world
catii a a ong Jews the world
over has suffered Bevere blows
the I 25 years. He is
n i '-' hen : ,' cites as pii
ca si pli hi of Yiddish
the brutal slaui I
by the Ge
: cssion of Je
.ities as such in I
ii a in Eun : e.
HI IS, In wever reatly in
e i'. hen he states in his
: i
not n
Sw 1 ie
: I
'.
il e i
V
While Rubin's summary about
the present status of spoken Yid-
dish is generally correct, he
I do well to read a very
recent publication by the YIVO
Institute of Jewish Research
which offers the reader a sum-
mar., description of Yiddish
courses with academic credits
availa! Ie to students in many
colle es and universities in the
U.S.... and Canada.
THE NUMBER of students in
those coui -es i ; m
term and is still in-
i ing.
R in wo ild lo \\e!l were he
to tea son e of the ep ts ind
.-.- thi irticli enl
dish and
He ss in Israel,
l Yid-
; I e
I find that lo ns
upon dozens of Yiddish books are
annually published in Israel.
It would do Rubin well were
he tj read a piece of research
on Yiddish in Israel done by
P/of. J, Fishman of Yeshiva Uni-
versity in New York and publish-
ed in the English quarterly,
Yiddish" i Vol. !. No. 2i.
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Vivo institute of Greater
Miami
Voters incorporated Sets
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This rally will be moderated by
Harry Levy, president ol Voter*
Inc. The public is invited.
'1 he winners of the primaries
and runoff contests will meet
in verbel combat and county
i isioner naive. R ivin .viil
discuss his throw away bill. The
candidates fight for keeps in
precinct 8 on Nov. 5.
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+Je lit fkricfiar
Friday, October 4, 1974
LEO MINMI.N
1
LBJ's FarjICracksJ&pecjally Pertinent
Continued from P:if 4-A
tion's cack to
1 jh a series VVP l-t/j e
-
( they do 1
SOW, STACK 1
1 fits U.S. oil
company
:./ crisi
I ;
t -. iei
both
I
n ;. e

tion pii I v eve
sts.ii
the gas and anies,
sagging" profit
nto iine with diminished
ar..i.
that keeping
-. ( :. good bui-
i> le keepin 5
IS "infll tfcMl I
.. v wi : :.- i >r doing what
the ... tration a
to save on < nergy, tl e
: l for 1
! ack am! was
! ( I with higher
a antee the enen ;
... '. anti I] at< I
'.
\ ::. SHOULD the Ford ad-
expect an/tiling
h lever sv eet words
e thi -a."
1 nut
wanting the poor to bear the
greatest burden of our current
economic embarrassment, it is
(lie poor who do and will.
.'..; v i.l the squeezed i:
C
At ,: time when he was seek-
. s t 1 :;: .-. on :.:_ em-
assri pt at his to' te i sum-
mil
v as a l ent in-
the p<
SlMl'LTAN EOU3LY, i' is
it d .-ii~ I
1
'..a
: I
lion;
fl) <".
- ovei the

same period the year before;
Standard of California ciow-
e\ os 1 a 73 percent hike in its
profits.
And what ta^es do Exxon. Gulf
an i Standard of California pay?
flic LKVEL ranges 'fro
".' .''; I Ixxon to
percent for 1'.
' 1 : b:te
torn 1 '.-... hi !e
a even spi
! -d nt re-
Is ':
alone i" : yi i'U
1 c e
than 1 '.xx n
t!:e Johns
e 1
into
ating
the

Another Jewish Banker in Dutch
Continued from Page 1-A
that
not ue affect)
his ci
These i: teresl;
shares in two
cerns eal e- tate and
other ventures.
im is thi
inent Orthi lox Jewish million-
aire in Eui to 1 ill pon hard
1 r two
Stern, his 1 rather
in-law from London who is a
real estate magnate, and Harry
Landy, also from London
Israel-British Bank cashed fiist
in Tel Aviv then In London and
brought down others of his
family's ventures with it.
all THBEE were Ultimately
connected with Isiael's economy:
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Stem 1 rught up
>n," Isn largest
: ng n any.
H ill it when
nd crumbled.
- re; te 1 to nave other,
interests too, in Israel.
Land/, heud of the well-
ished Williams family,
t from the bank, the
. he e and ev-
. iea! estate and other con-
ns.
is- 31:. ers were not. of
affe led by Stern's
t-oul 10-. in factc "Pan-Lon" had
Nsen d( In: well, b it he had to
a] ltal in London,
extent of the govern-
ment's ossea in t!ie Israel-
British Bank is not yet fullv
I 1 un, and its former managing
actor, Land's brother-in-law,
V hoshua Bension, is still await-
ing t:ia'.
BUT OVER and above dollars
tl ents, [srael has suffered
severe';.- in these instances. Both
nks were known to be closely
ed to Israel.
Rosenbaum wore
in warm terms with the leaders
<'t Israel's economy, and the up-
shot must inevitably be a weak-
ening of genera! confidence in
tel and Israeli-connected
banking institutions.
\ sector here will
I suffer from these
rwise unconnected set-
backs. All three millionaires
en philanthropists, main-
ly to Orth and main-
ly In i : ael e a e,
and many an Orthodox insti
r ing to feel the pinch
n '>'.
THE NATIONAL I
P 1 ,n-
' mate. Landy an I R sen-
i a un are two of its most
lers. In fact
i international presidium,
thej both wi
Ived in fi the
own commercial and
:ing ventures.
FORD'S SWEETNESS i
e his pro
ns a e stj aij t I I
Part ber
the 1 id the wi
st In a bo< h
All of this a In! trati n
it of hand m at be sta
il I-
prit in the na
m 1 : t!-e
\ ib 1 :
It is irdity to a
Eric Seva thi
these
.- thi
d that il ml
i iai e the l> ar ol
Idee] Ica.'ly ortin >]
*'* ""'v we 0 Id n t
at the mercy of the oil-produc-
ing companies, whose purpose h
to teach us a lesson for 0*
poorly-chosen" Middle East n*
orities. VTU
THAT IS like arguing that
oniy the White Russian hart
, k^the Reds at bay. and the
191 < revolution had ;,.. vd *
would not now be :
an internationally -
global competition
Communists.
The real Issw is ,v
lollar thr. 1
tl 1 realistic British
I n since ac!
ch the 1
i iettishly hoj
r by in. .
sllow Occi .
and which
u th t:-e Japanese an
lily admit
be a:<:e I 1 stave ofl
Fo now, suffio
that this is what
I Ips with -
ind l
role Ameri
laying I 1
MONO OTHER
means (ir the first I
Ing thi <,
trust le dslatii 1 .
even the laws
to the e fon
in, Gulf. Stand
fornia, et al., 1 tl re
on the a ..-.
I not q ite jn 1
1 P iblic.
[t :. eans tel I
e Ai ab petrodi
literally to
" in le
erate In ahoots v l
' 1 5, pi ''it > Idi n .. ;
. :. tors.
Anything else is a si :
and a gum-chewing.
Fo i i
Greek Jetvs Baited
In Wake of Cyprus
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Continued from Page 1-A
American press is Jewish-
controlled."
Another alleged letter, signed
with the initials PM, 'a law
St dent." said that "the Jews in
the United States who control
the press and Congress are shap-
ing An ei lean policy."
THE WRITER then contrast-
ed the "unorganized G.
American comm mity" to
"iie; feet sot up of American
Jewry which influence all fie. Is
of activity in the U.S.A."
He concluded: "The Jews,
however, are scared of us fce-
they understand that if we
ever become conscious of our
own -:. n th, their plans for
world doi ilnation will col'apse.
They hate us. and they show it."
This kind of anti-Jewish
propaganda i; now being dis-
seminated in Greece.
It is understood that private
Uy representations were
n-ad- to P. Lambrias. the Under
S :retary of State for Informa-
ti in, and he is reported to have
I ed: "Such a campai n
inspired by the former membeis I
of the Military Junta' (wl
was ousted from power in July).
1 ami rias was also leported to
have promised recommendations
in the man
What do doctors
recommend
for patients in pain?
There are many medications a
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or pain. But there's one pain re*
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pense again and again: Anacia
Each vear, doctors give 1 ut over
50.000.000 Anacin tablets for
everything from toothache and
headache pain to the mi 1 r; iins
oi arthritis. And millions taka
Ai acin without stomach 'i;-6'-
W hen you're in pain, t.ii.c th*
tablet .< doctor might give .ouia
hisown office. Take An cin.
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-Jenls* rh*Mtor
Friday, October 4, 1974
World renowned pianist Artur Rubinstein holds the scroll
granting him an honorary Doctor of Philosophy degree at
the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Looking on is Prof.
Michael Rabin, rector of the university. At right is dean of
the Humanities faculy. Prof. David Asheri.
Name Dash Daughter
To Head Masada
NEW YORK Rachel Dash,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Dash, of Chevy Chase. Mary
land, has been elected president
of Masada, the youth movement
of the Zionist Organization of
America.
Miss Dash is the daughter of
Samuel Dash who is the chief
counsel of the Senate Watergate
Committee.
Miss Dash who recently re-
turned from a six-month stay as
a volunteer worker at a Kibbutz
in Israel, is an IX-year-o'.d fresh-
man at the University of Penn-
sylvania.
A graduate of Bethesia-Chevy
Chase High School, which she
completed in three years instead
of four, she was nomina'cd for
the Junior Chamber of Com-
corce Award in her first year.
In 1972, Miss Dash was the
first youth electe I to the execu-
tive board of the Jewish Com-
munity Council of Greater
Washington. Miss Dash was also
the co-chairman of the Jewish
Youth Assembly of Washington.
At 16, she was sent to Israel
as part of Masada*s Leadership
Tiaining Course. She also attend-
ed the ZOA"s teenage camp at
Kfar Silver in Israe.. Miss Dash
diiectcd a tele\isi.'n program on
Soviet Jewry which w;is shown
at her high school.
ft & &
Rubinstein Receives Doctorate
JERUSALEM Pianist Artur
Rubinstein has received an hon-
ary Doctorate from the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem in a
special convocation at the uni-
versity's Givat Ham campus.
The recctor of the university,
Prof Michael Rabin, made the
presentation to the Maestro be-
fore a gathering at the Wise
Auditorium, including Tourism
Minister Moshe Kol. Supreme
Court Justice Haim Cohn, of-
ficicals and judges of the Artur
Rubinstein International Piano
Competition, and senior faculty
members of the university. They
greeted Rubinstein with a stand-
ing ovation.
Artur Rubinstein was pre-
viously honored by the Hebrew
University when a chair of
Musicology was established in
his name in 1964.
& a &
Achenbach R*"sIriis
BONN West German Free
Dernocrcat Deputy Ernst Aciien-
bach has resigned from the
Bundestag's Foreign Affairs
Comtr.ittie. wheie he was in-
strumental in blocking approv-
al of the 1971-Franco-German
which wo lid allow West
Get many to prosecute French-
convicted Na.is.
A campaign to oust Achenbach
from the committee because he
had blocked the treaty- ratifica-
tion and because he called for
amnesty for ail Nazi criminals
was sparked in July by the trial
of Beate Klarsfeld for attempt-
ing to kidnap Kurt Lischka, the
former Paris gestapo chief.
Achenbach was closely con-
ne i in war-time Paiis with
Lischka, v. ho was sentenced to
death in France in absentia I
his patt in dei ting Pn nch
Jews to concenlsati m i u i|
Jewish Museum Planned
LONDON According to in-
l> mation reaching here from
Warsaw, the Jewish Historical
institute decided to reorganize
and extend its exhibits of the
holocaist into a full-scale Jew-
ish museum, which will reflect
'a thousand years of Jewish his-
tory in Pelandi"
This task ceeuld not be under-
taken without the Polish author-
ities. The Polish government will
decide upon the exhibits, their
interpretation and the whole
puBfHf of the museum.
ling to : e; octs, the
Deputy Piime Minister and
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nt would adopt the
ct and its financing.
it
( hagafl in Chicago
PARIS Marc Chagall, the
world-ten a>tied French painter,
leit Frame Fiiday for Chicago
where he will inaugurate a
monumental mosaic representing
the four seasons. The artist is
1 ring aboard a privately
chartei na for the in-
auguration.
6 2- a
'Eleven Square' Dedicated
TEL AVIV Kikar Ha-11"
tthe "Eleven Square"), named
the 11 Isiae'i Iportsmen
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its September 1972. dur-
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was dedicated here in the pres-
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and hundreds of athletes and
B ihtatii n leaders.
it it
"Military Out!a> Highest in World
N The military out-
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highest in the world in relating
to their gross national products
according to a pubUcatj : v,e
International Institute of Strata
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The annual repot*, MMiUta
Balance, 197-J-73.-' notes 1
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*Jeni$ti FkridHcur)
Page 15-A
HEW Shrugs Off Reverse Bkotrv-ADL
CMtllltMd from Pae l'-A
.in! racial quotas in col lore
, :> ami employment
a, he said, the federal
ave no indication that
s at all concerned about its
ill responsibility to
the problem which it had
d create.
"HEWl performance since
then has not been much better."
Kuttner said "the more than
1 itl mi and practice cases
we reported existing in
post-secondary education institu-
!i, : has injured thousands of
\h 1. !."
Ke noted that of the League's
first sei ies of 33 complaints, no
been taken, to date.
in
C7
on 10 of them, while only
"partial replies" have been re-
ceived on the others.
" I'M most recent reply __
October 15, 1973 dealt with
19 complaints submitted
December, 1972," he said.
"Why it took ten months to
answer these complaints is
particularly difficult to under-
stand, since the cases Involved
no complex questions of law and
required no extensive factual in-
vestigations."
OF THE more than 100
League complaints, 34 related to
preferential treatment in admis-
sions to undergraduate, Graduate
and professional schools.
These included numerous
documented instances of outright
USwf Soviets Close
On Exit Problem
Bj JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA)
VVI......r the Congress or the
will determine the re-
: i United States-Soviet
standing on Soviet emigre-
tices Vi as i 'ported as
; mly major obstacle to
: U.S. legislation on
Ation-trade issue be-
the two countries.
Ca it Hill sources confirmed
,iews with the Jewish
Agency that the Ad-
m and the Soviet gov-
i have reached an undor-
and that the focus now
- :- tiie Administration's
i' i in ness to allow Con
the authority to review and
the i.suits each year.
I'NDER
a i ent,
THE
l'.S.-So\iet
However, key Congressional
fi mres involved in the Jackson/
Mi s-Vanik amendments to the
Trade Reform Act pending in
the Senate, insist that both
Houses of Congress must ap-
pi \" legislation each yea:- to
a: low trade benefits to the
Soviet I'nion to continue.
The Administration, however,
d mends thai the President re-
port annually on Soviet emigra-
tion practices ami if the House
or Senate were dissatisfied, it
could then vote against further
The JTA was informed that
the Congress position is firm and
it i- now up to the Administra-
tion to act. "The ball is in the
White House court," one source
said. "A decision might come
any time."
iportedly "nailed
down' lietween Soviet Foreign
>ter Andrei Groniyko and
Secretary of State Henry A.
the Soviets pledged to
a : ml GO.000 Soviet citi-
zens ling Jews, to emigrate
ind not to molest these
tits and family members.
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racial and ethnic admission
quotas, Mr. Kuttner said.
1'.- ol today, more than two
years after the first complaint
of preferential admission was
presented to HEW, no res[>onse
of any sort has heen received
. with respect to these 34
instances," he said.
I KITTNKK CHAROBD fUfr
ther that HEW is "applying a
double standard with respect to
documentation and is requiring
reverse discrimination complain-
ants to document their com-
plaints to a degree not expected
of other discriminate n com-
plainants.
"We believe that HEW is un-
fairly requiring those who com-
plain ot reverse discrimination
to do investigatory work which
is properly the role of the gov-
ernment in these instances."
He also sharply questioned
HEW contentions that where a
hiring officer in an interview
with a job applicant states that
"the university is under pre
to consider other factors I
qualifications." such 8 statement
is mere!; "ambiguous"
fortunate."
or "un-
( ITINt; CASKS where there
are written documents i:i which
university hiring officials act-
ually announced a discrimina-
tory hiring policy, Kuttner said
"HEW content-; itself with a
mere admonition to the violator
that 'much greater care must be
exercised in the wording of
vacancy announcements' or
urges that university adminis-
trators be made to 'familiarize
themselves with the Guide-
lines.* "
Further, he said, "there is no
indication that any formal pro-
cedure for monitoring the future
behavior of the erring hiring of-
ficials has been established" bv
11EW.
Kuttner also cited ADI.'s
"sharp disagreement" with HEW
"as to the legality and propriety
of the collection of racial and
ethnic data in conjunction with
monitoring university employ-
ment and enrollment for possible
civil rights violations."
HE SAID thai "the risk of
misuse ol this data" by the uni-
versity is "so great" that a uni-
versity "should not be |iermitted
to maintain individual personnel
fi'es relating to rates of pay,
tions and other personnel
matters in which employees are
identified by race and ethnic
origins." ,
While HEW has set forth
s] i CfBc and detailed guidelines
-g<-venting e*a>v aspeoi of an
educational institution's affirma-
tive action program, he said,
"HEW tails to give specific guid-
ance as to how racial and ethnic
data is to be collected and main-
tained to pi event its misuse."
KUTTNER CALLED for
cither the deletion of HEW
provisions which would give
:. n cial consideration to race, or
that "they be issued with in-
structions against their usage for
preferential treatment, reverse
discrimination or implementing
numerical goals as if they were
quotas."
ADL. he said, further recom-
mends that "questions as to race,
color, ethnicity, nativity or reli-
gion do not appear on application
forms, and that individuals are
at no time lequired to identify
themselves by any ol the fore-
going, except anonymously."
The League, Kuttner con-
cluded, "seeks no special favors
for any group. We advocate
equal opportunity for all Ameri-
cans."
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
THE 1974-75 GREENFIELD LECTURE SERIES
SUNDAY MORNNGS AT 10 O'CLOCK:
"THE JEW AND K1S WORLD"
October 13- FRANK MANKIEWICZ, author, co'umnist, Robert Kennedy's press secretary and a
television commentator: "From Whittier to Ware/gate A Look at the 1974 Elections."
October 20 DR. MARTIN GREENBERG, Chairman, Department of Political Science, F.I.U.i
"Current Israeli Politics."
October 27 DR. BERNARD SCHECHTERMAN, associate professor of Politics and Public Af-
fairs, University of Marni: 'Current Trends in National Politics."
November 3 DR ARTHUR U. WASKOW, Resident Fellow of the Institute for Policy Studies in
Washington, D.C., active in radical Jewish circles, author of "The Freedom Seder," "The Lim-
its of Defense." among other books: "America, the Jews and God: A Pre-Eiect10n Look at the
Eternal Triangle."
November 10 DR. ROBERT SHOSTAK, associate professor of Education, F.I.U. former d.rec-
tor of adult education for the Albany, N.Y. Jewish Community Center.- "Jewish Educat.on-
What Do We Get For Our Money?"
November 17 RABBI ARNOLD J. WOLF, Hillel Director, Ya'e University, who has pioneered
an experimental synagogue which he will discuss: "My Solel Experience."
November 24 MORRIS CARNOVSKY, noted actor of stage and screen, who just completed
a Broadway season of Shakespeare ("Dear Willie'), will do excerpts from Hamlet, K.ng Lear,
The Tempest and The Sonnets, as well as The Pu.im Feast, Getzel, Menachem Mendel and other
Sholem Aleichem tales.
December 8 RABBI EMIL FACKENHEIM, Pro essor of Philosophy, University of Toronto One
of the acknowledged great minds in religious thought today, Dr. Fackenheim will speak on:
"Jewish Existence in an Epoch-Making Age."
December 15 DR ALVIN REINES. D-ofessor of Philosophy at the Hebrew Union College,
who gregations and young rabbis, will have as a topi,: "Divine Providence in the Contemporary
World." .
January 5 PROFESSOR ROBERT SANDLER of the University of Miami returns by popular re-
quest: "Prcaramm3d for Ch3nge: A look Ahead in Judaism."
January 12 RABBI JACK RIEMER, Beth Abraham Synagogue, Dayton, brings a Conserva-
tive rabbi's views on praver, in which he has distinguished himself as a writer: "My Friend
Who Cannot Pray" will be his topic.
January 19 DR. LEONARD J. EMMERGLICK, nrcfessor of law and director of the Center for
Interdisciplinary Sudy of Public Law at the UniverVry of Mami, takes on a current challenge:
"Ecology as a Religious Experience."
January 26 RABBI JAC03 B. AGUS of Baltimore is another great American Jewish scholar
who has been on our series several times previously and is one cf the favori'es of regular
subscribers. "The Jewish Ideal" will be his lee'ure topic.
'February 2 FATHER ANDREW M. GRFELEY, noted priest-sociologist who heads the National
Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago and one of the most important theologi-
ans cf our day will dis-uss "The Ethnic Challenge."
February 9 ROSE KOSCHES, professor of humanities at Edison Community College, Fort Mey-
ers recently listed by Cambridge University as among the outstanding women in the world,
will give a unique talk on "Windows of the World Through Judaism." Ms. Kosches is presi-
dent of Temple Beth El of Cape Coral.
February 16 DR LEONARD J. FEIN, professor of Politics and Social Policy at Brandeis Uni-
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modern material on American Jews, including "Reform Is A Verb," winds up the current
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^Jewish Floiridlian
Ki^mi, Florida Friday, October 4, 1974
Section B
Stone, Lewis, Lehman, Clark
Top Winners in Elections Here
In a light Dade County turn-
out, Miamiaw joined their fel-
low-Floridiana throughout at the
Tuesday and elected for-
: er Secretary of State Dick
Stone as Democratic candidate
for United States Senate.
Stone defeated Orlando Con-
nan Bill Gunter. who at
01 e |>int in Tuesday night's
isting, was listed as the vic-
torious candidate.
STONE WON by 314.708 to
Gunter*! 304,475, and v. ill face
the Re[>ublican Party's Jack
I in the Nov. 5 elections.
Gerald Lewis, a former Dade
Bl ite senator, easily bested in-
ent Fred Dickinson for
Comptroller 405,835 to
In- 132, and will face Republican
W. H. (Bill) Muntzing. of Kis-
ee, next month.
In the U.S. Congress race
(13th District), incumbent Wil-
liam Lehman triumphed over his
challenger, Metro Commissioner
Joyce Goldberg.
THE DISTRICT, which strad-
dles North Dade and South
Broward Counties, returned Leh-
man in a 2-1 vote, 62,705 to Gold-
berg's 27.883 at the same time
that Lehman marked his triumph
under heavy police guard.
Lehman reported that three
threats on his life had been
telephoned to police after the
polls closed.
In a local election fought
heavily, Steve Clark beat Ed
Fogg, 73,099 to 63,332, to suc-
ceed the late John B. Orr, Jr.,
as Metro Mayor.
IN OTHER races, it was U.S.
Congress, 14th District (Repub-
lican! Carricarte, 2,997 over Es-
trella, 2.264.
Secretary of State (Democrat.
Statewide), Smathers, 405.627.
Shazar in Hospital
In Serious Condition
JERUSALEM (JTA Former President Zalman
Shazar was reported to be in a serious condition at Hadassah
Hospital where he was admitted over the weekend. Doctors
ised to specify the nature of his illness. Shazar is 85. His
wife, Rachel, who suffered a stroke two years ago, is in a con-
ent home in northern Israel.
ALLON PRAISES KISSINGER
NEW YORK (JTAi Israeli Foreign Minister Yigal
'. n strongly defended Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger
linst charges that the Secretary had impeded aid for Israel
Ing the Yom Kippur War.
si'EAKING HERE to an overflow audience of young Amer-
Jewish leaders at the Israel Consulate. Alton, who is also
e Deputy Premier, said no ere was "more instrumental
the American Secretary ot State" in ensuring U.S. political
ind economic support foi israel.
Alton stressed that "there is no American diktat" and "no
nan pressure, at least for the time being."
SAUDI ARABIA NOT ON SCHEDULE
WASHINGTON (JTA> Secretary of State Henry A.
singer will visit Egypt, Syria, Jordan and Israel from Oct. 9
on his eighth crip to the area in search of further progress
rd a Middle East settlement.
THE ANNOUNCEMENTS of Kissinger's trip came while
oil-producing nations were fuming at the Secretary and
dent Foul for their attacks against their petroleum output
pricing practices.
The State Department has been asked whether Saudi
ia, the largest oil-producer, was not Included in the Kissin-
tinerary, s an 3 ilui King replied that there had been
e "speculation" about Saudi Aiabia's inclusion but it is not
e schedule.
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ARCHBISHOP PLEADS 'NOT GUILTY'
JERUSALEM (JTA) Archbishop Hillarion Capucci
pleaded not guilty to charges of delivering arms to terrorists
rael and having contacts with terrorist agents.
tie entered his plea after the Jerusalem District Court re-
' ted his lawyer's claim that Capucci could not be tried in East
Salem because that city's political status is in dispute. The
11 also rejected Capuccl's claim to diplomatic immunity.
TllE PRELATE of the Greek Catholic Church whose diocese
rs Baal Jerusalem and the West Bank, was arrested last
8. He reportedly confessed to police interrogators that
had indeed committed the acts with which he has been
charged. When his trial opened Sept. 20, he refused to enter
plea pending the outcome of his lawyer's motions.
The court asserted that there was no doubt that Israel
applies Israeli law, its judicial system and administration to
East Jerusalem, and therefore it was permissible to try the
accused there.
The court also said it was the defendant's duty to prove
he was entitled to diplomatic immunity, which Capucci has not
done.
MORE THAN 30 prosecution witnesses are expected to
t stify during six court sessions which will begin Oct. 10.
The court's secretariate decided, with the agreement of
both sides, to translate the court proceedings from Hebrew
'"to English and not into Arabic.
over Dozier, 273,779;
51 ite Legislature 9-1 th District.
Mi er, 10.715 over Basinger,
8,551;
State Legislature 95th District.
Young, 10,985 over David, 8.580;
State Legislature 97th District,
Lehman, 11,727 over Anderson
9,277;
State Legislature 102nd Dis-
trict. Margolis, 22,941 over
Cohen, 15,580;
State Legislature 108th Dis-
trict, Hill, 8,763 over Moncur,
4,985;
State Legislature 109th Dis-
trict, Gersten, 12,153 over Balfe,
9,109;
State Legislature 115th Dis-
trict, Eckhart, 12,347 over Mer-
rill, 9.202;
State Legislature 119th Dis-
trict, Flynn, 11,633 over Lotz,
9.832.
For County Commission (non-
partisan), District 6, it was Red-
ford, 59,314 over Dansyear, 39,-
626.
In District 8, it was Oesterle
over Fernandez, 72,279 to 33,-
651.
In the Circuit Court race, 11th
Judicial District, non-partisan, in
Group 14 it was Baskin the win-
ner with 39.157 over Buchmann,
37.801; Metzker, 7,608; Schock-
ett, 12,900; Skolnik, 8.029.
In Group 15, there will be a
runoff between Orr, 44.320 and
Kanner, 31.441. Eliminated was
Mackoul, 18.001.
In the County Court Judge's
race, Group 6, non-pai tisan, it
was Lant^, 51,925 os-er Bader,
35,839.
Oct. 6 War
Remembered
In Telecast
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz,
chairman of the local observance
of Oct. 6 as a "National Day of
Rede lication for State of Israel
Bor: Is," will serve as host of
this week's "Still Small Voice"
televised Sunday at 10 a.m. by
WCKT-TV, Ch. 7.
Entitled "Remembering the
Yom Kippur War." the half-hour
telecast is presented by the
Rabbinical Association of Gn at-
er Miami, ami will deal with the
mood of the Jewish community
during the Yom Kippur War and
what has transpired one year
hence.
Guests will be Barry Gurland,
president-elect of the South
Florida Council of B'nai B'rith.
and Sara Schwartzbaum and
Oscar Syger, two Temple Men-
orah teen-agers who visited
Israel for seven weeks this sum-
mer.
A film segment narrated by
Alan King featuring former
Prime Minister Golda Meir will
be shown. It depicts how Israel's
economy came to a virtual stand-
still following the outbreak of
the October war.
Dr. Leon Kronish (right), spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Sholom, Miami Beach and national campaign cochairman
for Israel Bonds, was greeted by Israel's Prime Minister
Yitzhak Rabin at the recent Israel Bond Jerusalem Leader-
ship Conference. The conference, called at the request of
Mr. Rabin, was the first formal meeting of any American
organization with the new Prime Minister.
Together at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's 36th
annual meeting and dinner, held Thursday, Sept. 19, at the
Carillon Hotel, were (left to right) newly-elected president
Harry B. Smith; Vito Rigillo,. executive vice president of
the United Way of Dade County, and Federation's execu-
tive vice president, Myron J. Brodie.
Among those meeting to discuss preparations for the Cu-
bcn-Hebrew Israel Dinner of State to be held Oct. 26 were
(from left): Abo Huppert. dinner chairman; Moreno Habif,
president of the Cuban-Hebrew Israel Bonds campaign; Os-
car Minski, campaign secretary; and Samuel Schwartz-
baum, treasurer. The dinner on behalf of Israel Bonds will
bs the highlight of the 1974 Cuban-Hebrew SI million
campaign in support of Israel's economic reconstruction.
Paid-Up Membership Party
The Miami-Coral Gables Chap-
ter, Florida Women's Division,
American Jewish Congress, will
hold a paid-up membership par-
ty Thursday, Oct. 10. at First
Federal Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation, 2750 Coral Way. Lunch-
eon will be served at 1 p.m.
Guests wilt play "Password" and
cash prizes will be awarded.
Miami Beach Elks honored Miami Beach Mayor Harold
Rosen, (left) on his elevation to the mayoralty of Miami
Beach at a dinner attended by officials from every part of
Dade County in the Elks clubhouse, 720 West Ave., Thurs-
day, Sept. 12. The welcoming committee included (from
left, seated) City Manager Frank Spence; Father Noel Ben-
nett, pastor of St. Patrick's Church; Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El; (standing) PER Allen
Goldberg, chairman of the dinner committee, and Richard
P. Bernard,. Exalted Ruler of the Miami Beach Elks Lodge
Number 1601.


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M0 LtVIN
BIRNARO JACOBSON
Moe Levin To Chair Oct. 19
Israel Histadrut Dinner
Karate. Sailing,
Bowling Classes
Offered By JCC

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offered 'omn
(.enter.- of South 1
; i sv
?in this .
Kan
from '
Sunda;
in' less ms are >n b; pro-
nstructor and
sailboat is provided.
_ The bowl nj less! ms are ail-
able to tl
agers, grades 3 thru 6 and ;
high students, grades 7 thru 9.
Program? are r>Den both to .ICC
members ant] non-members
further information regarding
fees call Mrs. Blum at the Jewish
Community Cento--
$34.5 Million Committed To
Israel Histadrut Foundation
A cum (total
teen com
. the Isrs
I a Ral Leon Kri
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to the F
Dr. J I S in. nati
at the Four..;
:i .. entering its 15th
is inaugurating a number
of new proqra'iis with a view to-
rn: the scope of
this "third dimension
he benefit of the people of
Israel."
Through these programs, the
Foundation hones, in particular.
to help finance jointly with the
' -....." t of I.-rapl. a 100 mil-
md f$25 million! Histad-
. it Mi : tgage Fund
for Israeli
Levin, a national Labor
:;. leader, will serve as ban-
quet in of the annual
ta I; it Dinner Clot. 19
!-<>ntaineb!oa'i Hotel,
lesident of the Ghakn
,1 Branch of the Labor
Zii nisi Alliance, is chairman of
ard of the Israel Histadrut
: South Florida. He is
; the Loan: of I
- \. ommittee
[siael and n.-.v
. lenl of the Israel His-
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have ata establish-
Histadrut's Alan
Cent : .': tat
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Barnett I
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is coordinating the
[f the dinner.
1 n Kronish, honorary
the brael Hls1 idr il
1 Bei nard B. '
execi tivt vice
e Nat! n
Laboi Israel, will
ate at the annual dinner.
h ind Mr, Jacobson
ntly returned from Is-
I re t on cui renl
:. the Middle Easl as
iff. d the State oi
the Histadi '
. also
at 1 ganization most
v. : in the H
and Welfare pro
In the : t< if Israel the Hista-
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; aintaii is major
nd L.100 oul patient
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c fir.eit U.S. Covt. Inspects
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Miami, Fl.
Phone 324-1855
clinics strati ,,-. 1
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health ser lei /ers 2,21
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Singles Plan House Party And Seminar on 'Hypnosis'
The Professionals II. for Dade
Bri vi nty sinclc
Ir SCs and 40's, is
soring ;. house party in
Miami Beach Saturday at 8:30
I :!
The Young Professionals &
Professionals II are co-sponsors
inj: a seminar on "Hypnosis" at
the Washineton Federal Bank
Bldg., P"3 ne i6Tth St.. North
Miami Eeach. Sunday s: 8 p.m.
Hypnotic de nonstrations and sd-
:- .... be presented, ac-
.: ( Mai ty Listovi sky,
presi
Kinne-et Chapter Meeting
Kinneret Chapti meer
' :i. will r.'cet SUnday, Od
13, at 1 pm. in the Washington
Federal, 1133 Normand> Dr.,
. ording to Leah Maps
" 1 itor I icon Si
speak on the topic "The Sign!-
ficau High Holy Day?."
: od product!
played for sale. Both mei
and friends are invited. Refresh-
ments ,1.
.ilso hope- to
.-,' i million
than $22 million del-
. bei : ah ady conv
ii ; ition.
natioi I pros-
man of the Flor-
. Council, call iral 0:1 the Found in plans for
5 in the Greater Miami area,
tiding .1 Founder's Day and
15th Anniversary Celebration,
ance of Israel Vet-
eran's Day, the annual Histadrut
Economic Conference for Israel
ed for Feb. 15-19 and a
sei ies of 1 1 on personal fi-
lanning.
A series of organizational
meetings in the Miami area in
\ rei aration for these activities
will be held in an effort to
popularize the unique deferred
giving program of the 1HF, ac-
cording to B211 Zion Steinberg,
IHF executive director.
Dr. Morion Malavsky, rabbi at
Tempi" Beth Shalom. Hollywood,
and chairman of the Broward
County Advisory Board of the
IHF. announced that Mordecai
oining the Broward
ard offices are located in
v tod Broad Building,
'<"-: Van 840.
Broward
Coun
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Friday, October 4, 1974
Community Pledges $1 Million
In State Of Israel Bonds
Rosens To Receive Masada Award .
At Beth Torah Israel Bonds Event.
The Greater Miami Jewish
community pledged in excess of
$1 million in State of Israel
Bonds for Israel's ec momic re-
construction during the High
H.oiiday appeals in i"6 area syna-
j- i..os. !. ibtrt L. Sievrei. general
Campaign chairman of the Great-
er Miami Israel Bond Organiza-
ti' n announce J The High Holiday appeals
bed an important significance
nee they inaugurated the State
of Israel Bonds fall campaign."
Sie .red.
"These Israel Bond resources
will aid Israel in carrying for-
ward : var economic re-
covery, as well as continue the
;: gram of economic develop-
ment and the creation of jobs tor
neu im .., rants from the Soviet
Uni and other countries."
The High Holiday effort tradi-
tionally mark; the opening of the
fall phase of the Israel Bond
campaign, and Siege! noted that
since 1951. synagogues through-
out the United States and Can-
ada have maintained the tradi-
D of economic support as well
as spiritual kinship with the peo-
ple of Israel.
The Jewish community's par-
ticipation in the High Holiday
appeals, which came at a time of
Rabbi Goodman to
L Join Staff Of
Sea Gull Hotel
Rabbi Nathan Goodman, spir-
itual leader of the Landfield
Avenue Synagogue in Monticello.
N.Y.. for the past 17 years, has
handed his resignation to the
synagogue board, effective when
a replacement is found or by
Nov. 1.
Rabbi Goodman will join a
family corporation and run the
Sea Gull Hotel in Miami Beach.
an O U Glatt Kosher. 150 room
modern hotel. He and Mrs. Good-
man will be hosts at the Sea
Gull.
Rabbi Goodman has served as
president of the Rabbinical
Council of Sullivan and Ulster
Counties, a member of the Board
of Directors of the Hebrew Day
School, and is a member of the .
Rabbinical Council of America
and Rabbinical Alliance of Amer-
ica, where he served in numerous
capacities.
In serving the community of
Monticello, he was appointed to
the Mayor's Commission, a
member of the Monticello Drug
Abuse Council (MODAO and is
a past president of the Citizen's
Advisory Committee. He was
lao appointed by the Board of
Supervisors of Sullivan County
to serve as Chaplain of the
County Prison.
Rabbi Goodman and his wife,
the former Hilda Grossman of
Montreal, have four sons.
Miami Ballet Opens Season
With Gala Oct. 19 Benefit
The Miami Ballet Company is
opening its 1974-75 season with
a gala benefit Oct. 19 at Gusman
Hall. 174 E. Flagler St. Guest
artists will include Karena Brock
and Ted Kivitt of the American
Ballet Theatre and Violette
Verity, Heather Watts. Peter
t:ns and Edward Villella of
the New York City Ballet.
The 8:30 p.m. performar.ee wiD
open with "Daphnis and Chloe".
choi egraphed by Thomas Ar-
artistic director of the
company, to music by Ravel. This
:owed by the guest
artists in various pas de deux.
the evening will close with
Karena Brock. Ted Kivitt and
Tr.c Miami Ballet Company in
"Paquita", staged by Jean Paul
CbmeHii and rehearsed by
Martha Mahr.
helgntewff^ope for peace in the
... :Idle Last, was in response to
a special message from Israeli
Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin
asking for increased support for
Israel Bonds to begin the New
Year.
"During Rosh Hashanah and
Yom Kippur, the Jewish commu-
nity was urged to forge new and
stronger links of economic sup-
port." Siegel said, 'and members
of congregations were offered a
unique opportunity to share in
Israel's heightened needs for
economic reconstruction at a
time when our own emotional
involvement and material partic-
i: ation was so urgently needed.
"The burdens Israel must car-
ry have teen made lighter in the
knowledge that the Jewish com-
munity of the world has shown
understanding and solidarity.
This was the most meaningful
way we could extend our New
Year greeting? to the people" of
Israel.'" Siegel declared.
Cn Yom Kippur. several syna-
gogues conducted a special me-
morial tribute to the more than
3.000 Israeli soldiers who lost
their lives during the Yom Kip-
pur War. A unique Torah Man-
tle made in Israel to commemo-
rate the first anniversary of the
October war was presented to
many Greater Miami synagogues
to acknowledge their outstand-
ing participation on behalf of
Israel Bonds.
The High Holiday appeals
were highlighted by the partici-
pation of several speakers, in-
cluding Fred Weisgal. director of
Legal Aid for Israel's Ministry' of
Justice, civic and community
leader Ben Essen. Barry Gur-
land, pres;dent-e!ect of the South
Florida Council of B'nai B'rith.
and Miami Zionist leader Gerald
Schwartz.
Seymour. S. Rosen, president
of B*tft-l>M*iCprin?saton. and
his wife, Sheila, have been se-
lected as recipients of the StaU
of Israel Masada Award at the
Beth-Torah Israel Dinner of
State, according to Dr. Max A.
Lipschitz. spiritual leader of the
North Miami Beach congrega-
tion.
Rosen, who has served in al-
most every capacity at Beth To-
rah Congregation since he and
his wife joined the synagogue 16
years ago. is presently in his
second term as president. Former
lent of the American Inter-
national Tool Corporation, he is
currently president of Monarch
Pharmaceuticals Corporation.
The Rosens, married for 31
years, have lived in North Miami
Beach since 1958. They have
teen active in many Jewish and
civic organizations, including the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and the Israel Bonds cam-
paign, and are planning their sec-
ond trip to Israel this. December.
The Masada Award, which will
be presented to the Rosea at the
Mff. otW M*S. SFYMOUft ROJFN
Israel Bonds event at the
Roc Hotel Saturday. Oc: ij
a plaque bearing a replies
relief of the ancient | tress
atop Masada. an historical
bol of Jewish martyrdoi
resistance to tyranny.
The inscription reads: For
notable achievement in i
mg the economic foundat: |
Israel and strengthen::. its
hopes for peace and free I
that its people may n<\
be faced with the martyi I [
Masada."
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Friday, October 4. 1974
AjCongress Project Would Provide
Counsel For Dade's Poor, Elderly
fJewist-ncr/cf&rj
Paae 5-B
The American Jewish Con-
gress-'is* initiating a project
which would establish a counsel-
ing service for the elderly and
poor of Dade County. The coun-
seling panel would be composed
of retired professionals working
on a volunteer basis to answer
q -itions on any problem.
"We're trying to make up a
i ; of retired professionals
such as lawyers, doctors, school
en and those with counsel-
experience to work with '"\-
e nmental acenci'-s by rende; ing
an advisory service." said Mis.
an Friedman, chairman of
t Commission on Law and
S Action for the South Flor-
i (louncil, American Jewish
c ngress.
c the panel is established.
volunteers would work three to
four hours per week throughout
the county. The purpose would
be to answer questions regard-
ing legal, social and financial
programs available through the
various levels of government.
The panel would be referral
rather than action-oriented, in
that the main goal of counselors
would be to point the way to
helo.
The proposed program would
be countyv. ide in scope and non-
sectarian in nature. Individuals
interested in participating in it
should contact Yosef Yanich.
ACSW. executive director, Amer-
ican Jewish Congress. 4200
Biscayne Blvd.. Suite 3F. Miami.
Fla. 33'37.
United Way Close To Half-Way
Towards '74 Goal Of $8,644,000
The United Way of Dade Coun-
ty has reached $4,185,000. or
484'. of its 1974 goal of $8,644,-
000, according to 1974 general
campaign chairman James W. Mc-
Lamore, chairman of the board
of Burger King Corporation, who
made the announcement at a
press conference Wednesday,
Sept. 25.
The United Way Campaign
kicked off on Sept. 11. and work
has been underway since then in
the 14 major campaign units,
each headed by top Dade County
business and civic leaders. Dur-
ing the press conference, indi-
vidual reixjrts were made from ,
each of these units, the results
of which totaled the $4,185,000
amount.
In his remarks to the press,
Mr. McLamore said. 'There are i
t tree factors having profound
effect on this year's campaign
inflation, efficiency, and need
Inflation means that we must
make our goal, not that we must
cut back."
"Each of the 58 United Way'
agencies is seeking ways to keep
the help coming with greater
efficiency. Because, even though
the cost of providing human
service has risen just like every-
Books Needed For
Council's Sale
Miami Council of B'nai B'rith
Women is in desperate need of
1 >ks for the annual Book Sale
ac Midway Mall Nov. 14-18.
Donations of hard back and
irbacka in both English and
S inish are welcome. Diction-
aries, technical books and en-
pedias are also needed.
F tr pick up of your books call
i' Melman, Jean Burke. Mrs.
1 Marks, Mrs. I.'Simms, Mrs.
Rosenson or Mrs. H. Ker
h.
thing else, the need to help peo-
ple won't go away. That's why I
am pleased to report to you, that
as of today, we've raised $4,185,
000. or 48.4% of our goal." Mr.
McLamore said.
The United Way Campaign will
continue toward its $8,644,000
goal, and is scheduled to con-
clude on Nov. 14. A "Mid-Cam-
paign Report Luncheon" is sched-
uled for Wednesday, Oct. 16,
and a second news conference Is
scheduled for Wednesday, Oct.
30.
Dr. Goldstein To
Chair Sabbath
Torah Institute
Dr. Marvin Goldstein, vice
president of the Southwest
Region of United Synagogue of
America and immediate past
president of Ahavath Achim
Congregation, Atlanta. Ga., was
api>ointed chairman of the Sab-
hath Torah Institute to be held
in Gatlinburg, Tenn., Nov. 22-23.
Hcnrv Sender, chairman of the
Southeast Region Biennial Con-
vention, who made the announce-
ment, indicated' that synagogue
leaders of over 50 conservative
regatlons in the region will
1-e in attendance for the Torah
Study which will precede the
convention to begin Saturday
night and continue through Mon-
day at the River Terrace Motel
Convention Center in Gatlin-
burg.
Three hundred synagogue
presidents, board members, and
other leaders from congregations
in Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia,
Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana,
South Carolina, and Puerto Rico,
are expected to attend.
Dessert-Card Party Set
Sunshine Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, will hold a dessert and
card party at the Washington
Federal. 633 NE 167th St.. Thurs-
day, Oct. 10, at 12:30 p.m. Res-
ervations may be made by
calling Mrs. Mae Schonfield.
Studying the application form for the first annual Miami
Beach Festival of the Arts, are (from left) Mrs. Nancy New-
man, Mrs. Pearl Kipnis, and Mrs. Helene Koretsky, mem-
bers of the Miami Beach Fine Arts Board. The event, which
features performing art as well as visual ant, is slated for
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Features Works Of Israelis
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be. Joseph Kossonogi.
In M Reuven ?..
Iheo Tooia^ .no Ruth Zauat:.
Inr'iMtr1 will bt Kinetic
I OalMlM abs!:;;, .1 paint-
iaaj m wall a Utbejrejltai
woodcuts and etchings.
etchings by Chagaii are
likely to create much of the
show's excitement. From the
ina. Bible eerie*, the pates
were etched by Chagall during
the 1930s. When Hitler occupied
Fiance, the plates were buried
in the French countryside and
unearthed when Chagall ret
ed from the war.
the K
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stew ex-
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child to Pa.es:
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stract artists. Tovia Oeeri ii
major printmatting figure who is
trying to involve the
pimtniakers in the techniques
ol eicning.
Sammy 3;iss has had his
iwnodenti saleetea1 ior the Fiist
International Triennial of
ina'. Colored Graphics held In
Grenchen. Switzerland.
From Budapest. H angary,
Joseph Kossono^i was awarded
the Israeli I 1 ogofl Prise
193S, 1S44 and 1964 and the
Soascape Prize of Holland in
2950.
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Friday, October 4, 1974
""Jen isti H-cradHann
Page 7-B
Pictured ct ihe rscant opening of an exhibi-
ol paintings by Leonard Baskin in Beth
.r.i's Lovve-Levinson Art Gallery, are
m left.1 Milton Gcynor, chairman of the
iple's bocra; Mrs. Gaynor, Mrs. Leon
Kionish, Mrs. James S. Knopke; temple
president James S. Knopke and Rabbi Leon
IMClKSn.
/V 0 it n d J 0 w $
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r^tt'i and Monnir Zipp are
I irtp i Wash-
. i !re they atieiv.!-
Bris of their gran.!- >:i.
I Man. T;i.' proud father is
Alan Zipp and the woman who
.i lie is bis
irigina] y
K A1 in and Pau a
: lie is with th
v \ home the Z
. N'.C, to
viit t lt>hert, and
I :' I. B b an exi .
the new'v r!
of the Women's T< n-
......i v at Kings
Country Club, wi
r.- I bj Sandy Sperbrr. Marge
Ab'am and Jo Anne Ledernun,
vice lairmen. Others newly
the committee include
Bab Wilnen, recording sec-
and Lois I.itwak, par'.ia-
irian. Board members to
serve for the riming year in-
duce Iron" Faros. Nanci
Deutsch. F'lrn EUrins, Nan
Friedland, I.enore Hochman. Ar-
lene Root, Francine Foss, Ricki
Simmer and immediate past
chair::.an Thelma Jasper.
it it
Aventura Country Club was
ne of a recent Silver An-
niversary party in honor of Rose
and Irving Newman of North Mi
ami Beach. The "freilich" event
was hosted bv Mr. and Mrs.
David S. Miller. Rabbi and Mrs.
Norman Mussman, Mr. and Mrs.
Hy Fottenberg. and Mr. and
Mr.. Jack Segal.
isual mock Hassidie
nony was perform-
ed with the Newmans reoeatina
they took twenty five
Rose, elegant in her
i ants outfit, circled
n" seven times, while
omen guests danced the
mal hora around the
RaUH Max A. Lipschitr.
Rabhi Norman Mussman, and
Cantor Jacob Mend-lmn. all of
h Congregation where
Mr N'ewman is a past president,
ted in the anniversary
* Michael. Stewart and
J'ftr.- Newman, Rose and Irv's
i 5, added their blessings
and sentiments during the cere
nony.
n the festivities were
"r- and Mrs. Jack Altaian of
>rk, who surprised the
of honor with their p*W
'-1-" joining in this ioyous
i were: Judge and Mrs.
narvry Baxter, Mr. and Mrs.
"rvyn ,rfman. Mr. Charles
*. Mr. and Mrs. Milton
nornsteln, Mr. and Mrs. Jaime
Mtacowsky, Mr. and Mrs. Fu-
** Upman, Mrs. Norma Ro.
"witi, Dr. H'avne Roger.
" M Susan Rogers. Mr. and
v 'red Shnchet. Judge and
2 Arthur Snyder. Mrs. Flwda
win, Mr. :,.: ] Mrs Harold
S**. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
w",V-' Mr- :'rl Mrs- Edward
" and Mr. and Mrs. Howard
'"merman.
lMen Magun Widxer, dau
ol Wr. and Wrs. Jack Magun
I tor) of O
1968 Salutatorian at ("oral Gables
S n >r High S ; .1, received a
er ol Science degree in
hi iiogj the Univer-
>it< of [Uino th August 5h
'- -f>.;i. at the Medl-
ania this
I 11 Her husb ind, Steven Jeel
V 1. i-r. son ol Dm and Mm Ben
\v Idwr ik <: Hel hts. Ohl i,
II i1 r of Medii in !
n S i .--i rn Uni-
sity 5 S Dr. Wi 1-
r. participant in the six-year
in Mdical
ation Is r w a P idiatric
Re lent at the Children's Hos-
pital of Philadelphia,
ft
Sutsanne Brodle, a 19-year-old
University of Miami coed, will
have a showing of some of her
unusual candles in the Kings Bay
Yacht and Country Club art gal-
... during the month of Octo-
ber. A sophomore from Miami
Beach, she operates her own
shop in South Miami named
Candle-Lite and Wine. Some of
the candles to be displayed are
j)i iced at nearly S200. All the
candles to be shown in the Kings
Bay exhibit are hand made and
sonic- stand ncarlv five feet tall.
it
Mr. and Mrs. K. Merlin. 1815
So Miami Ave. celebrated
their 50th wedding anniversary
, Sept. 29. at the Four
Ambassadors Hotel.
:- i:
A cel< ttion marking L. D.
Tnck*a 8 th Irthday was held
recently at the Round Table.
Coral Gables.
/ : 6
Artist Charls Bernstein will
exhibit a rgrjup of his latest
paintings, depleting scene-, from
the Old Testament, in the Social
Hall immediately following the
1.30 njr^ family Service at
Am, Friday, Oct.
tfc..

The Jewish War Veterans Post
and Auxiliary No. 330 sponsoret
a party on Sunday afternoon,
Sept. 32, al the Haven Schoo'
in Miami. President Pauline
Lazarus* MUJIe Moaer, chair-
man and volunteer members
I rel jhmenti to 50 chil-
dren. Post member Louis
Hriuiotti entertained the children
with Icks; National his-
torian Irene Cooperman assisted.
ivas one of the acth ities in
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Actors Community Theater
''-: o third season on
N'ov. ',.">, with the comedy "My
' Angela" by Sam and Bella
Spewack. Director Bleanor Ank-
r.nn was to hold o] en auditions
at 8 p.m., Thursday in the Fel-
lowship Hall ,.i Riviera P i
n lurch, ;)_T"> Sunset Dr.,
i Miami. All interested
a< i < and actress urged
to come,
it it
Biacayne Bay Kiwanis
Club has Ralph Car-
'' enl of the Dade
nty Firemen's Benevolent
Ass< ci itii r. a ted States
Si i Bon.1 fi n his ml standing
woi k with the Ha\ n Si iooI. Mr.
Carbine nixed volunti ers ti
: (novation of Dormi-
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iect and lonated o\-er v'
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"MAMMA," an organization
for single mothers, will meet
Tuesday. Oct. 15, to discuss "The
Absent Father." The topic of the
Nov. 5 meeting will be: Credit
and How to Get It." The group
meets at 7:30 p.m .on these dates
at Biscayne Boulevard Luther-
an Church. Women of any age
with child care and related prob-
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Friday, October 4, 1974
Mayor Maurice Ferre has pro-
d Hadassah Month" from
Sept. 12 to Oct. 14. Ellen Vrs.
B-rr.sri Handler, presider.: of
tr.e Miami Chapter of Hadassah,
has announcer. ad several
Btoers of Hadassah were
pesent at Miami City Hal! for
a commission m?etine Then the
jroclarr.at:.r. BfBdaL
- Rene Brodsky, vice
ider.t in charge of membership
Las gotten her committees busy
ir. an attempt to stimulate mem-
fcership. The drive in :hi= dty
is part of a nationwide effort.
apeeial booths have been set up
at the Dadeland. 163rd Street
and Skylake malls, to dispense
information to the public about
the Hadassah movement.
Hadassah projects include
cedical centers in Israel and
throughout the Mideast. homs
ar.d schools for refugee children,
:onaI education and retrain-
ing for immgrants to Israel, and
provides ar opportunity for thou-
please join. You can call..
please join. kou can "" .-* MMm m ~ M
576-4447 or write Hadassah aj f/fff }HltZt)0.h
sands of American women to
help promote and advance Jew-
i;h education for youth and
adults.
Mrs. Judi Epstein, publicity
chairman, feels that not enough
people know that the Medical
Center in Jerusalem is stil! bulg-
ing with the injured from last
year's war. She and Mrs. Edith
Zimmerman, vice president in
charge of programs, are urging
any women who are not current-
ly- members of Hadassah to
4200 Biscayne Blvd. Your duest
alone are a big help.
Mrs. Libby Liss, vice president
in charge of Ufa memberships
has suggested that husbands give
their wives the- gift of life mem
ber^hip. This may be paid over a
period of several months.
The book, "Balm in Gilead"
bv Mar.in Levin is a story' ami
history" of Hadassah. Ellen Mand-
ler has presented a copy to
Mayor Frrre Hadassah is also
giving gift copies to the libraries
of all the Miami-Dade Communi
ty College campuses and a copy
to the University of Miami li-
brary.
It is felt that a more in-
dividuals understand the net-
work of health, education and
welfare services of Hadassah
more women will want to parti
cipate in the commitment of
Had3ssah membership.
Miami Mayor Maurice Ferre hes proclaimed "Kcdassah
Month." It is to run from Sept. 12 to Oct. 14. These piessnt
ct the Miami City Kcii ceremony were (from left to right)
Reverend Theodore Gibson, Commissioner Rose Gordon,
Mayor Ferrs, Mrs. Leonard Brodsky, Mrs. Joseph Liss, Mrs.
Bernard Mandier, ar.d Commissioners Plummer and Reboso.
Gty-Wide Membership Drive
Launehed b v Hadassah Chapter
Lew's Prints Exhibited Here
A city-wide membership cam-
paign under the auspices of tie
Miami B?ach Chapter of Hadas
aah, was launched here last Fri
day with the Proclamation of
"Hadassah Month" by Mayoi
Haroli Ro-en.
The proclamation was issu?d
at special ceremonies at the
' Mayor s office attended by lira.
manuel Menu. Chapter presi-
dent: Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg,
membe: .> president; Mrs.
Jack '' mbersbip com
tor: Mrs E Hostler, life
ir Mrs.
transfer
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Mrs jid.
Ha come a
:' the fact ha- a 1
r ie to play the adder com-
munity. Hadassah provides the
American Jewish woman wit 1
accomplish t
"Today, all of u; are deeply
concerned with the need to stren-
gthen Jewish life. This is vital
to the survival of the Jewish
peorle. Cur member; feel tn3t
by being pan of Hadassahby
participating in our study pro-
gramthey are helping to pre-
serve Jewishness not only for
themselves but for their chil-
dren."
Hadassah members participate
in ail pha-es of the organization-
al undertakings. In Israel. Hadas-
sah conducts a comprehensive
health, vocational education and
m. which i'i-
ciu lea tic. curative and
medical re-
:
und .
Had
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: Rica.
Regency Singl
Club Activities
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: an evening
:' tainment i
- :
Deaoville Hotel Friday. Oct. 1
;e held
at a Federal 1133
;. ct 21.
at 8 r-.rr.. the
!ar dance team "f Lenny
ley plus free dance
":on.
a'a e\ enhasj at the Mont-
t.e Howl Saturday. Oct. 26.
9 p.m. Tickets en-
the purchaser to dar.cing
arn. .s one drink; grat^i-
ied.
Washington Federal Savings
. I :. Aasociati n is | esent-
hibition of | rints based
on American I Paul
M. Levy at its main office. 1701
:.m Ave.. Miami Beach
31.
A native of New York where
as born in 1944. Mr. Levy
now lives and works in Cam-
bridge. Mass. He was educated
at the University of Cincinnati.
Pratt Institute, and Ohio Uni-
versity, from which he received
a Master of Fine Arts in Sculp-
ture and Printmaking in 1973.
He has taught design at the I'ni-
versit) ncinnati and at Ohio
University.
Mr. Levy's work has beer
many nd ex-
.ears. Ii
1S71 he executed a o
for Urban Walls Cincinnati, a
project tu Implement graphi n
the exteriors in the
iitan area.
Howard Tttcktr William Crossmo*
WILLIAM GROSSMAN
William Irving, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold Grossman. 58 E
117th St.. will be called : --e
Torah as a Bar MftZVah
day. Oct. 5, at Beth David Con-
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Palmetto Junior High S
where he is in the eighth grade,
and has completed his fift
at Beth David's Religiou- S
Mr. and Mrs. Grossman ..ill
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STRENGTHENS
TTEND JNF GOVERNOR'S BALL DECEMBER 15th, 1974
t>F LEADERSHIP PLEDGES TO REDOUBLE ITS EFFORTS FOR THE NEW YEAR
M) WISHES THE ENTIRE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH COMMUNITY A HEALTHY.
ND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR IN A WORLD AT PE\CE.
GOV. & MRS. REUBIN O' D. ASKEW LAUNCH THE
GOVERNOR ASKEW PARK FOREST
IN KFAR HACHORSHIM, ISRAEL
JNF LEADERS EXTEND WARMEST RECEPTION TO ABRAM
SALOMON, NATIONAL EXECUTIVE VICE-PRESIDENT OF
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND OF AMERICA
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n Lef" to Right: Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Chairm-n, JNF Executive
I Jay Dernier, Prcs., JNF of Greater Miami, Mrs. Jay (,Ya^f3)
[ Ige Robert Haverfieid, Mrs. Reubin O' D. Askew, Gov. Reubin
Governor State of Florida, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, JNF Founda-
I jdge Zev W. Kogan, Pres. JNF Southern Region, Mr. A':ra-
JNF Vice-President.
THE JNF FORGES THE LINK OF AGES
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Seated left to right: Hon. Jay Dermer, Pres. JNF Greater Miami, Mr. Abram
Salomon, National Executive Vice-President of JNF of Amerca, Rabbi Irving
Lehrman, JNF Foundation Chairman, Mrs. Richard (Kathy) Schwarz, Chair-
n, Women for JNF. Standing left lo right: Judge Zev. W. Kcgan, Pres.
JNF Southern Region, Mr. Moe Levin, Chairman, Special Gifts, Cantor Saul H.
Breeh, Chairman, JNF Hi-Rise and Congregational Activities, Mr. Abraham
Grunhut, JNF Vice-President, Mr. Ernest Samuels, JNF Chairman Point East.
JNF INAUGURATES ITS FALL SEASON WITH A BEAUTIFUL
RECEPTiON HONORING JUDGE JOSEPH COHEN
OF NATANYA, ISRAEL
~.ed fro- left to right: Rabbi Irving Lehrman, JNF Foundation Chairman,
Jili Falic, JNF Educational Consultant, youngest member of the JNF family,
br. Abraham Wolfson, oldest age 93, Mrs. Emanuel (Gus) Mentz, Chairman,
k'omen for JNF. Standing left to right: Judge Zev W. Kogan, Pres. JNF South-
[" Reg on, Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Chairman, JNF Executive Board, Mrs.
Icnard iKathy) Schwarz, Chairman, Women for JNF, Hon. Jay Dermer,
Kes. JNF Greater Miami, Mayshie Friedberg, 92 years, JNF Foundation
pampion.
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From Left to Right: Judge Zev W. Kogan, Pres. Southern Region, Judge Joseph
Cohen of Natanya, Israel, Mrs. Nili Falic, JNF, Educational Consultant, Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, JNF Foundation Chairman, Mr. Abraham Grunhut, JNF
Vice-President, Mrs. Emanuel (Gus) Mentz, Chairman, Women for JNF, Mr.
Emanuel Mentz, Chairman, JNF Morton Towers, Mrs. Richard (Kathy) Schwarz,
Chairman, Women for JNF.
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B'nai Shalom Singers To Appear At
Brandeis Zionist District Meeting
A | (20 entertainer?
railed the "B'nai Shalom
Singe will appear at the
meeting of the Brandeis Zionist
I istricl ZOA. to te held at the
Washington Federal Auditorium.
i:33 Normandy Dr.. Miami Beach
at 8:00 p.m. Monday.
Louis Hoberman. president of
th* Eranrieis District, will an-
nounce plans for the 1974-75
meetings and committee chair-
men for the season.
The B'nai Shalom Sintjers."
then 35 in numbers, toured the
Israeli battkifront during the
V Kippur We* of 1973. The
most remarkable fact about this
proup is the fact that they are
*.'. Christian.--, d rii-'ated to the
( : '.n ed growth of Israel and
eacc in the Holy Land.
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year ago when the Yom Kippur
War broke out between the
Arabs and Israel. A special flight
was arranged by EJ Al Airline
for the group to land in Tel
Aviv.
The B'nai Shalom Singers,
under r.:ilitary direction, never
knowing where they were going
until they arrived, began an
amazing circuit. They entertain-
ed sometimes three times an
evening, often in total darkness.
At N'ahals. para-military vil-
lages, and unit camps in the
wilderness, for young and old.
B'nai Shalom Singers entertain-
ed and mingled with the pioneers
and soldiers. Rocket bombs could
often be heard detonating near-
by.
From Ro terranean coast, eastward
along the er.ti-.e Lebanese and
Syrian :: ed, sang, and did their utmost
to encourage and raise the self-
n of the embattled Israelis.
The impmiaa was unbelievable,
everywhere.
And it was not just the music
that seemed to comfort the
soldiers. Especially inspiring to
everyone was the fact the B'nai
StaJotn were Christian willing
to cast their lot with Israel in
W critical1 t:.;-e>.
The Monday evening program
is ope-, r i the public and re'
ments \: a ved. Rose
Shapiro a ".a Shecketer
To assure you of s
superb social event '
Bar M.tzvah, Wedding,
Annnersary Party,
Gala OrganuaxtonaJ
Dinners Luncheons.
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Youth To Report
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and leadership
: Ell Lev/," said nik.
"They .-pent two -cib-
butz, two weeks on an archaeo
ical excavation, and a week in
Jerusalem.
ley went to Mt Sina:. I i
Masada. to hospitals to visit the
wounded soldiers; they stayed in
a youth village T'cn Shemen
and participated in a Macabiah
with the Greater Miami High
School in Israel at Beth Berl.
They also climbui Mt. Tabor.
overlooking the Jezreel Valley
and they met the Beth Shoiom
Board membeis and leaders
when they arrived In Israel on
th- ir ; llgrunasje.
"David Leifer. Alan Barrish.
Minna Zaminsky, Tina Edelsti
Bradley Aikin. Leonard Cohen
an,i Rosanne Kantzler will re-
' t > Brotherhood at this
breakfa>t and will j pre-
sent the thanks of the Confirma-
tion Class of 5734 for the privi-
lege of making this pUgrirnasja to
Israel, and will shew slides of
important events and places.
The public is invited to attend.
Leo Plotkin Elected President Of
Florida Association For Retarded
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IdcT. Ootober 4. 1974
/?w #S0 IfU'oiradli/^ri
Paqa K.B
INCLUDES MORNik'G, EVENING CLASSES
%m Program Is Exvanded
s.
To 5 Additional Locations
Pascoe To Be Installed For
2nd Term As President Sunday
om uv'racha" (a m -'
welcome!) will be the
l'..' i .mi led to those at-
I ening of classes in
I ester of the Commu-
Hebrew Ulpan Program be-
[ ted thro tghout Dade
by the Central Agency
h Education, Herbert
I er, i xecutiva director of
. annoui
. led program Includ-
I as well as evenin*
asses, five addltionej locations
f Jughout the area, special high
classes for teenagers and
1 ition '( the latest texts and
V Is of teaching Hebrew
J ighll ht the fall term, be-
I g the week of Oct. 14.
r beginners, interme-
| ind advanced students will
I il temple Beth Sholom,
A\".. Miami Beach,
and Wednesdays from
| iu 12 15 p.m., and frim
" !- 15 p.m.
[in the North Miami Beach
I i lasses win i:e held
I le Sinai o! North Dade.
[)] ;e 22nd Ave., M tndays
esdays i im 9:45 a.m.
: Inte mi diate and .. I-
will be held at
| nai cf North Da
1 in! Thai- lays h n
11 9:45 p.m., and I eginners'
'.ah
i N, Miami
and
I- p, n.
So ithv ost a a of the
pill be
ller
| lys and la. s
' r0 1 9'. -< :. id at
| St., the >nings
irs.
I ,;! Am, 5950 SW
I in classes will he
i and Wedi ays
I i to noon An addi-
p: class will be held at Terr.-
: NE 19th St.,
kesjavs and Thursday! from
pj t'.i 9:45 ii.ni.
J* I'lpan classes are spon-
N by the Central Agency for
P"isii Education, the American
fast Federation, the Israel
ph Center and the Depart-
p of Education and Culture
[foe World Zionist Organiza-
. American Section, under
direction of Dr. Abraham
"nes. and are fully accredited
hami-Dade Community Col-
North foi three c
ere 'its.
The c fi of
the l ,. an pro
by Dr. Hai | i ,;....
ot the Derartrrenl
in iagi i aiarrl
'v Di [rer.e I h m ess u oi
Hebrew at the
Mis. Carrie Me >h -ctor ol
the department of Continuing
Ed cation, Ti y i male a Jist-
ant directo] and Dave I'
outreach director, cooi linate the
program as part of the >u1
program uf the college.
The Ulpan approach to 'an-
guasje study parallels the wide implementation of the au-
dio-lingual methodology of the
study ol foreign languages, in
which the student i- Immerse i
fiom the ver beginning of his
studies in a highly concentrated
programming of speaking and
listening to the iar.^a^e as
spoken by native instr I
In Israel, the Ulpan programs
have succeeded in teaching He-
brew in verv ghoi is of
lme : a1 m more
o at ies, thus pr<
ode i
e unity of
tl ::. is.
f the classes are
1 dned teac ten who
n Involved in in service
stud la the o lology of
Ing an Hebrew. They
on sj ten Hebrew
with the Israeli accent, so "as to
provide a good speech model for
tna st..ce::_.
Se:\:--; on the Ulpan commit-
' i ;e Harriet Greene, president
ol the Ame lean Zionist Fe
tion; Basse* KrolL dkectos of
the Israel Aliyali (enter; L<;vi
Sosimk, veteran educator; Rita
(,'!i Ulpan coordinator, and
Herbert 2W Berber, director, and
Abraham J. Gitteison, associate
director of the Cential Agency
for Jewish Education.
Further Information about the
program can be secured at the
>-e..u,i. Afceney for Jewish Edu-
cation offic
Blanche Nevel Guest Speaker At
Technion Coffee Meeting Oct. 11
W i nei Di-
vision of the American S
for Tei hnion I an up
men-' etship i e *tii Fri-
ll, at 9: .(.'. ai th<
First Federa Savings & Loan
Assn. 275 i Coi .:
Blanche Neve!, w ho wjll
on Singer in the Sevei tl '
(;i:upe! tiie Fool" to "A
n i i Feathei s," ha.- I eon a
sader i: the Dade
County public scho tem and
has taught adult coui ies In Con-
temporary Jewish Literaature at
Temple Beth Sh m, Miami
Beach.
M.s. Neve] has also conducted
seminars on the works of Isaac
Bashevis Singer and has trans-
lated some of his short stories,
two of which have been publish-
SPEAKER Rep. Alan S.
Becker, an outspoken member of
the Florida Legislature on con-
dominium law, is scheduled to be
the keynote speaker at the third
annual Administrative and Fiscal
Seminar sponsored by Building
Managers, Inc. in Sarasota Oct.
18.
ISAAC B. SINGER and BLANCHE NEVEL
ed in the New Yorker Magazine
within recent months.
Mildred Spirer and Bea Fin-
kelhor are chairpersons of the
day. President of the chapter is
Ellen Baum. All members and
gueste are invited.
Technion Israel Institute of
Technology is the only techno
logical university in Israel. The
local Women's Division helps to
provide scholarships for needy
students.
Holiday Greetings To All
i
VILLA DiGIORGIO
918 S. FEDERAL HIGHWAY
HALLANDALE 33009
Samuel Pascoe will install,
ed as a second
at e annual South Flor-
ida B'l B'rith HUM Advisor)
Board installation luncheon in
the Seville H. tel, Sunday at
12:30 p.
Pascoe- is a forme; ; lesident >!
the Florida State Association of
B i ai B':ith Lodges i nd of the
South Floiida Council of B'nai
B'rith Lodges. At the District
Five Convention in Atlanta last
J me, he was elected a National
Commissioner of Adult J
Education.
Pascoe is also a member of the
Board of Governors. District
Five. B'nai B'rith, which includes
the states ol Maryland, Vin
North and South Carolina,
Georgia, Florida and the District
ii. Col tmbie.
Chairman of the luncheon is
George Kotin, president of Mac-
cabee Lodge, B'nai B'rith. Kotin
is also a vice president of the
South Florida Council and of the
Hiilei Advisory Board and chair-
man of the Anti-Defamation
League Council Committee. Ko-
tin is also chairman of the Fi-
nance Committee of HiUel A I
visory Board.
The program will feature
colm Fromberg as the main
: installation oi
Fromberg is second vice presi-
dent of District Five and a i-:
president of the South Flo ida
Council He is a sought-aftei
speaker in District Five.
Others on the installati n i
gram are A! Golden, president
of the Hillel Co nm nit
v. ho w ill extend Deb-
bie Bodden, Hide', program CO-
lii n : 'ni ersil
and Hi .. Shienmi n, a
studi
Ra! bi Jay Miller, who was
cently en a fed as director i
lei at Florida International !'ni-
versity, h I alsi have a i e:-
-.. e I r thi present.
The ceremonial burning of the
morl ;age wil] be directed by
Samuel Pascoe and George Ko-
tin. The Hillel Clubhouse was
mortgaged in 1955. During 197-1
with the help of the Finance
SAMUEL PASCOE
i" ::!.: ti e and the ass
I lodges and indivi I i. -,
sufficient Is were raised to
wi; e out tlie mortgage.
VVoi cers >i the Finance Com-
mittee receiving special ','i;ts for
their efJ rti are Samuel Pascoe,
ident; i le a ge Kotin, chair-
i .. G. Rabins, Col.
Nat Kutcher, Helen Kurland,
Fa :tor, Ellison Kossoff,
Klin Hy Berkman, -'
Si In aitzba .
Sol Kaye, Irving Cypers, Her-
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members n South Florida men's
ledges and women's chapters.
This constitutes a powerful sup-
porting force for Hillel.
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Friday, October 4
Sabra Offers Trip To Israel
To Recipe Contest Winner
A U S.-fend round trio for
p:us i
bor.u- v
;jf _-.-:_-:. ~atlon
The I
prir<-
tional 1:.. IS
gift sets
iiue '
native Israi | first
nrizp winner
over in London. P11
route to or frorr Israel.
Entrants are ak< I
intriguing new ways to use Sabra
liqueur in food and drinks. The
world-renowned spirit be
of Israel features the unique
flavor of Jaffa oranges laced with
hint of rich chocolate.
As many entries as desired may
he offered by a given person,
the company revealed. Each
recipe should be on a separate
sheet of paper accompained by
name and address of the entrant
and should include Sabra liqueur
as an ingredient.
Sole independent judges of the
contest will be the editors of
Gourmet magazine, authorities
in the food field, it wa announc-
ed. Entries must be postmarked
no later than midnight March 21.
1975, and mailed to Sabra In-
ternational Recipe Contest. P.O.
3ox 3660. Grand Central Station.
New York NY 10017.
The company stated that no
proof of purchase is necessary
and that the contest is void
where prohibited cr restricted
by law.
To indicate the culinary pos
sibilities for contest entrants. th<
following established Sabra red
nes were presented by the com
pany.
SABRA ORANGE FLAMBE
Peel zest from 2 large oranges:
slhrer. Cover with water in chaf
ing dish. Bring to boil, simmer
10 minutes, drain. Add l* cup
confectioner's sugar. li cup wat-
er; cook until thickened. Peel
jranges. slice, add with K cup
Sabra. Heat. Warm l* cup Sabra
in ladle. Ignite, pour over
oranges slices. Makes 3-4 servings
CARROT SWEET POTATO RING
Chop 1 large onion: saute in
2 tablespoons butter. Mash 1 lb.
cooked carrots and 1 lb. cooked
sweet potatoes. Stir in sautecd
onions, 1 tablespoon grater
orange rind and 2 tablespoon^
honey. Gradually beat in '- cu
Sabra until fluffy. Pile into weT
greased ring mold and bake in
Walter Haimann Promote
Bv Park Avenue Imports
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Interesting new Sabra liqueur recipe possibilities are reflect-
ed by (top) cake and chocolate fondue and (bottom) flaming
orange flambe. Besides desserts, Israel's native drink also
adds zest to such foods as vegetables and m^ats.
Walter M. Haimann has been
promoted to vice president-
general sales manager of Park
Avenue Imports, according to an
announcement by Eugene Feen,
president.
Mr. Haimann. who has been
the company's vice president-
director of marketing for the
yeai, joined Park Avenue
Imi orts in 1971 as national
product mana ...
Park Avenue Imports markets
Vandermint Pasha. Sabra. and
Cl.eri-Suisse Liq-.eurs; Bolshoi
Vodka; Blackberry Julep. Cherry
Topele' Begins Run Friday
,'>;e!e.' .iom a story by
Sholom Aleichem. begins an ex-
clusive engagement at the Surf
Theatre Friday. "Walkin Tall"
opens the same day at the
Miami. 163rd Street. Carlyle.
Palm Springs I. Sunset. Coral
Way, 27th Avenue, North An-
drews and Davie Blvd. Drive-
Ins. Ft. Lauderdale. Holdovers
include "The Tamarind Seed" at
the Patio, Twin I-Dadeland.
Palm Springs II. Parkway. Nor-
mandy and Hallandale. and
"Animal Crackers" at the Twin
II-Dade'.and and Plaza I Holly-
wood.
WAirfff M. HAIAUNV
Julep. Apricot J dep;
Jamaica Rum. and
British Gin.
A New York native, Mr. 1
mann graduated from
land University with both I
and M.3.A. degrees. He
member of the Masons,
B'rith and the Spirit]
Club.
He and his wlie, the fa
Ronnie Rabinovitch of Mont
Canada, live in New York Cil
preheated 375 degree F. oven
about 20 minutes. Unmold. fill
enter with cocked green vege-
tab'es Makes about 6 servings
SABRA PINEAPPLE FRITTERS
Drain and save juice fro;n 1
can '20 07.) pineapple chunks in
unsweetened juice. Marinate pine
apple in '_ cup Sabra about 2
hours. Remove pineapple from
Sabra. add enough pineappl1
juice to Sabra to make ** cup
liquid.
Combine liquid with 2 well
beaten es;-: beat in 2 teaspoons
sugar. 1 teaspoon oil. Stir in 1
cup flour. 1 teaspoon baking
powder. K teaspoon salt; mix
lightly. Heat 1 inch of oil in a
deep skil.et to 370 degrees F
Dip pineapp'.e chunks in batter
Fry golden brown on both sides
Sprinkle with confectioner's
sugar. Makes about -K). ,
SABRA FONDUE
In heavy saucepan, melt 2
tablespoons butter with 12 oz.
semi-sweet chocolate pieces.
Blend in v> cup Sabra. Keep
warm over very lw heat. Use
as dip for fruit pieces or cake
squares, or js tupping for ic?
cream.
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
Enjoy THIS VIEW from your
Condominium Apartment at
HjSsvteeiBijs
of Kendale Lakes.
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ossip. Miami Beach civic and religious
"eaders, have contributed a cardiac rescue ambulance to
he Magen David Adorn, Israel's official Red Cross service,
:n honor of their 60th anniversary. The Ossips donated an
ambulance through the American Red Mcgen David for
Isrcel two years ago, and intend to give another ambu-
lcnce next year, according to Sair.u=l Reinhard, Florida
stale chairman. David Coleman, state president of the Red
Magen David, issued a Yom Kippur appeal for additional
bloodmobiles. Sta;e headquarters :cr (be Red Magen David
are at the Greater Miami Hebrew .-".raiey.
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129 line neighbors wait for vou Jt THE
SOVEREIGNS, the qualih country cluM
condominium that offers you
this exclusive view, but the '- 1
qualitx that you are looking >r cj,nl I
fortable luxury living tor \ """>
at reasonable prices.
PHASE I: 4 buildings totaling iJHapart'
ments. Ill SOLD
PHASE II: 3buildings. One will
ments aireadv finished- '|
units SOLD. The remaining*
buildings totaling >- aP!J
ments will be readv byoj
end or the year. 2 V>in
mvnts SOLD.
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LEGAl NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
mrnittee at work for the Hebrew Academy Women's pre-
[ere showing Oct. 17 at the Carib Theater in Miami
ach of "The Mad Adventures of Rabbi Jacob" includes
to right) Mrs. Esther Goldi-3 Ascher, Mrs. Bernard
ilsteln. Mrs. Sheldon Heuer and Mrs. Doris Ostrin. Mrs.
feuer is chairman of the function which will benefit the
holarship fund of the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy.
'Tree Of Life' Dedication Set At
(brew Academy Sunday Afternoon
P:, ,\ vuuler S. Gross.
Upai ol the Greater Miami
l'ex Academy and Beth El
ns of Miami Beach,
lest speaker at the
I ,| of the Hebrew Acad-
YVomen's 'Tree of Life"
Hay.
labli Gross will explain the
i ol the "Eta Chaim"
I igned and produced by
I Raphaely, one of Is-
1'. best known artists.
is! Irving Plrtel, chairman of
event scheduled for 4 p.m. in
|sukka of the Academy, 2400
Tree Drive, said Succoth
roods will te available for all
those attending the dedication
ceremonies.
She also announced additional
members of her committee, in-
cluding Mrs. Myron Greenberfj,
Mrs. Sheldon Heuer and Mrs. Al
Jaffee.
Three officers of the Hebrew
Academy Men's' Organization,
Morris Waldntari; Samuel Rein-
hard and Julius Sand, were
named by presidents Irving Fii-
tel and Mrs. Leonard Adler to
assist Mrs. Firtel and her com-
mittee.
Southern Hadassah Zionist Youth
Commission Holds Fall Meeting
rj. : ring of the South-
assah Zionist Youth
I n a as held in Atlanta,
12, with Mrs. Charlotte
Re of Coral Gables, presiding.
pai guests attending were
Ruth Popkin, Great Neck,
chairman of National
Ith Activities of Hadassah.
Mrs Kan Levy, national
I)j chairman.
Irs. Rosamond Sigal, Atlanta,
K< Judaea Chairman, present-
In outstanding report. Under
Inctorship of Michael Pous-
i and Eran Kra-Oz and a ded-
pd staff of counselors and
leaders, the camp was over-
kcribed. she said.
[ther reports were given by
Laurel Vyeiner of Atlanta,
surer; Mrs. Bea Herzog of
Pphis, chairman of Capital
Jeff Kramer of Oak
substituting for Cheryl
|rov. president of Senior Ju-
Michael Pousman, director
lEran Kra-Oz, Shaliach.
Nor improvements have
i made possible through capi-
lunds, winch is supported ti-
fially by the three Hadassah
tuns; Florida, Southeastern
[Southern, the largest region
[country. At the 1974 sea-
s' counselors' lounge was a
addition.
: '' v those who attended
Jparticijiated in the delibera-
\f of both Camp and Commis-
itlngs were the Mes-
names Helen YVeisberg, -Saiulee
Burger, Jean Feinberg and Rose
Podder of Miami; Mrs. Beverly
Kruger. Macon; Mesdames Rae
Steinberg. Loretta Tillem. Eva
Stern and Sunny Stern, Atlanta;
Mesdames Isabel Harris. Bessie
Wilensky, New Orleans; Messrs.
Malcolm Minsk. Michael Perling,
and Ron Wild, Atlanta; and Aley
Si>italnick, director, Florida Re-
gion.
Southern Hadassah Zionist
Youth Commission, which serv-
ices the three Hadassah Regions,
supports the following programs,
in addition to Camp Judaea in
Hendersonville, NX?.: clubs for
boys and girls, ages 8-18; Camp
Tel Yehudah in Barryville, N.Y.,
for high school students; Sum-
mer Course in Is.ael; Year
Course in Israel; also a college
program "Hamagshiinini." Six-
teen Southern Region youngsters
are spending the year in Israel,
along with Steve Robkin, mad-
rich of the Year Course Program.
Young people in small commu-
nities may become Members-At-
Large. The Commission also su-
peivises a winter and summer
convention for high school age
members, plus weekend retreats
for Juniors and Seniors.
For additional information
contact Michael Pousman, South-
ern Hadassah Zionist Youth
Commission. Room 11. 1132 West
Peachtree St. N.W., Atalnta, Ga.
30309.
ometco Enterprises Celebrating
[h Anniversary Through December
rmrslay. Oct. 10, is the kick- Charlton Heston, George Ken-
plebration of Wometeo En- nedy, Gloria Swanson, Helen
Irises' 50th anniversary year. Reddy, Myrna Loy and an all
star cast; "The Longest Yard,"
starring Burt Reynolds; "Earth-
quake" starring: Charlton Hes-
ton, Lome Greene and featuring
the startling new multi-dimen-
sion of "Sensurround." The aurii-
, nee will feel as well as see and
hear realistic effects which
might be experienced in an ac-
tual earthquake.
honor of this anniversary,
Wtco Theatres all over the
' ('< Florida will charge fifty
1 all day. any seat, anyone,
at any Wometeo theatre.
1 *"] be done only on Thurs-
| ct. 10.
50th an
miversary year cel-
F'n will l>e carried through
fne end of December with
a! contests conduct-
ing this time.
I "rung during the 30th
[ year celebration are:
Jdessa File," starring Jon
-?* Maximilian Scheii; the
' adventure and suspense
Airiwt 1975," starring
The Front Page." starring
Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau
and Carol Burnett an exciting
comedy drama story of newspa-
during the roaring twenties
_ and the new Walt Disney
Christmas attraction "Island at
the Top of the World" will also
be featured.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION N^ 7- "7043
"' RE THE MARRIAGE OF
U\\ IGHT FARQUAHAkSi *?.
Succoth Dance Saturday
A Succoth Dancce will be
the Sephardic Jewish Center,
North Miami Beach at 7:30
p.m. Saturday in the Washington
Federal Building. 633 NE 167th
St. Music by Sam Agran and
his group. Buffet style light re-
freshment* will be served.
UGAl NOTICE
i.
Ri m ntlent.
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: : luaharson
S i u ard
Baxlej i l< m rla
YOl" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
tli :. for l ilmtolutlon ol Mar-
i "lagi hat :. filed against \.u and
v u ;ir. :. your wrltti f any, 10 It 1
i AVID K 8TONE, attorney for Pi
1 "loner, whose addres* ..- 101 N.W.
12 Avenue. Miami, Florida 33128; (3f>5)
. and flli the original with th<'
1 I Ihi aba ve uty'ed court on 1 r
S'ovi mber 1st ;:-ti otherw Iss
nit will be entered against you
for ihi relief demanded In the com-
blail "i IX i!',en.
in tli e shall 11 publish) ii once
each week for f"iir consecutive weeki
'i THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand ami the seal of
Bald n urt ill Miami. Florida "ti tills
19th da* 1 1 Seoti mber, 19" 1
RICHARD P BRINKER.
Ai Clerk, Circuit Courl
Dade County. Florida
BV NANCY I. DROVES
At Deiratv Clerk
Circuit Courl Seal)
1 a Id 1: Stoni Bsnulre
H IS Avenut
. HI |. 1355 1
Attornej for Petltl. ner
_ : 87 id 4-11-18
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COUPT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-27315
IN RE: '1 HE MARRIAGE I IF
DARLENE SCOTT. PETITIONER
and
RAYMOND B SO >TT. SR..
RESPONDENT
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: RAYMOND B SCOTT. SR
11 Ji M.-. n Slr< et.
Brunswick Georgia 31251
Y< I' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
chat an ai Hi n for 1 ilsaolutlon of Mar-
riage hat been filed against you and
you a.-- required to nerve a cops nt
i. ur writ ti n defi II any, lo it on
ROBERT 11 BURNS, attorney for
Petit fn< r, w hosi j^ln- Is 4V 1 -
coin Road, Suite 460. Miami Beach,
Florid* SSIS9 ai 1 file the original
a th it, cli rk of th< abovi t.vleti
i.urt in or betori O !..... M, 1874:
. therwlse a default will b< 1 tered
against you for Ihi relief demanded
in tin complaint or petition.
Thi* notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in Till' JEWI8H FIORH'IAN.
WITNES8 nn hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
23rd dai of September. 1974
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
Ai Clerk, i Ircuit Court
Dade County. Florida
BY: I. SNEEDEN
At Deputj Clark
K 'In ui; COurl Seal)
Ki'liKliTH. BURNS. ESQUIRE
420 Lincoln Read. Sui:< 450
Miami Beach. Florida 33189
An. : ni > for Petitioner
9/27 10/4-11-IS
"Tn THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-5967
> RE' Estate of
HENRY wn 1 iams. a.k/a
H. \V. Wll.l JAMS
lie.', ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* anil All Persons
Claim* or Demands Against
Said Estate: ,
Ynu are hereby notified and reoulr-
ed to present any claim* ar.ii demands
which you may have BRainat the <--
tat of Henry William* a k a >*r"
.,,.. deceased late of Daiie
County Fit -i the Circuit Judees
,.f Dadt County, and file the urn*
In dunilcate and a* provided In Sec-
ticm 733 K Florida statutes. In their
office* -n the Cun:v Courthouse In
. Untv. Florida, within four
a'endar month* from the time of tli*
flri publication hereof, or the same
will 1 barred. ,
piled ni Miami, Florida this -'3rd
dav 1 f Sentember A.D.. 1974.
HATTIE B Wll.l IAMS. a k'a
HATTIE I? Wll IAMS
- Administratrix
Kirs' rubllcat'on of ib< "of.- "ii
he 'Mi day of September. 19.4
M LESTER 8AAL
Attorney for Administratrix
25 Weat Mauler Street w/<
' -HE ^t^CUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
ron uADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO. 7122933
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DAMAGES
ON PROMISSORY NOTE
i ARNER BANK OF MIAMI BEACH.
i r.kinU corporajtlolfl
BDD:E BRA 'KEN VENTURES, INC.
;. Oe'M\ are torooratlon,
flERAl U T. ARTHUR and
EDDIE BRACKEN.
11 ndanta.
TO: QERA1 11 T ARTHUR
19 Qui I 1 Irlvo
Huntlnarti n Station
1..nit Island New V.rk
Vim ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a lawsuit for damaxea on a
1 koi i Note ha* been filed and
commenced In this court and you are.
required !. .-.r\. ., copy of your writ-
t.n detenses, if any. to it on LESIJB
AI AN SCHEHE, of CYPEN & NE-
VINS LAW OFFICES, attorneys for
tin Plaintiff, whose address is SJ5
Artl 11 Godfrey Road, Miami Beach.
Flor.Ja 33140, ami file the orbxlnal
with the Clerk of the above styled
courl on or before Nov. 1st 1174:
otherwise a default will be entered
njralnst you for the rellief prayed for
in ti..- complain) or petition
Thla notice shall be published once
ach week for fi ur consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH KI-olllDlAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said ."un at Miami. Florida, on thla
^t!i dae RICHARD P BRINKER.
\> ierk, Circuit Court
1 lade 'ounty. Florida
BY: I- AVAI.A
a Deputy Clerk
CYPEN .' NEVINS
Attoriu yt for Plaintiff
M". Arthur Godfrey Road
Mi.nni Beach. Florida 33140
!i J7 I" 4-11-18
Candlelighting
To Involve Girls
The Jewish custom of lighting
ceremonial candles on the eve of
every Sabbath is being promoted
by the Lubavitch Movement as
a means to Involve ch.KJre}, taltw?ffuT^K^M* KuM....."""?
Jewish relitiSlljsVIrA I | > t^4 1 f *VnT >f *>V a
LIZZIE FARQUAHAltSON. EDDrE BRA KEN VENTUR
The candle lighting ceremony,
which occurs every Friday at
sundown and marks the I
ning of the Sabbath, is tradition-
ally carried out by the mother
in the family. The Lubavitchers.
however, in response to a call
from World Lubavitch Leader
Rabbi M. If. Schneerson. Shlita.
of New York, are suggesting
t:iat all female children in the
family take itrt in the custom
by lighting and biessing candles
themselves.
"Throughout Jewish history,
the Sabbath has been the very
essence of Jewish family to-
getherness," said Rabbi Abra-
ham Korf, Regional Director of
the Lubavitch Movement.
"Lighting the candles is a
dramatic part of that tradition
achieve a special sense of par-
ticipation."
It is hoped that the Sabbath
Candle effort will not only serve
to develop a youthful interest in
Sabbath proceedings, but will act
as a catalyst to an increased
family awareness of this special
Jewish event.
through which children can
Lcfkowitz Named
Crown's Manager
Michael Lefkowitz. who has
beer, nimed manager of the
Crown Hotel, is the third genera
tion of the Berkowitz family to
be involved in the management
of the largest kosher hotel in
Miami Beach.
Lefkowitz is the son-in-law ol
Murray Berkowitz head of
Abonro, Inc.. operators of the
Crown Hotel. 4041 Collins Ave.
He graduated from Yeshiva High
School in Queens, and the City
College of New York.
The Crown was founded by
the Waldman Family Mrs
Murray Berkowitz' parents. In
addition to featuring a strictly
kosher cuisine, daily services
have been conducted in its own
synagogue for the past three sea-
sons.
Besides the religious aspects
of the Crown, it has complete
hotel facilities, including its
public areas, salt-water swim-
ming pool, one full block of
private beach, television in all
rooms, card room facilities, and
a famous night club which fea-
tures shows and dancing.
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. 74-27417
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
HERN \NDO GIRAI.DO.
Pi tltl
and
MARIA KIKN \ GIRA1 DO.
It.--1..... Ii ni
MARIA Kl UNA UIKAl.DO
i residence unknown 1
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
VOI" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution "f Mar-
ha* been filed aicalnat you anil
v,,,i are rt nulred to serve a cops ol
your \. liit. n defenses, if any, t.> it on
ADOLFO KOSS, attorney for PeU-
tloner, whose address I* 101 N.W.
ISth fcvenue Miami. Florida S81SS.
and fil>- the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or be-
f.i. November 1. 174. otherwise a
default will !" entered against you
lor ill. relief demanded in tho com-
plaint r petition.
Tins notice shall lie mil>llsh<' each .ik l>T four .oiisei-utive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORTOIAN.
WITNESS m.v hand nnd the seal or
aid ."Urt at .Miami. Florida on this
.in, da] of Sept. i!-74.
RICHARD P HKINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I >;,.:. County. Florida
BY: 1. AY.W.A ;
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
ADOLFO KOSS. F.SUriRE
if'i N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami Florida 3312*
Attorney for Petitioner
H'i7 10/4-11-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT nr TH*
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PPOBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-6144
JOSEPH NESBITT
In RE Estate of
\y I LI I AM B SOI TZ also known as
wil I 1AM ROTER SOLTZ
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All PmowHj
Inn Claim* or Demand* AxalMl Bald
K:v.'.!l -ir,- herebv iMtft*d :"-' '--
,.,l toVnUt.t any claim* and demands
.,,, r |, i 0111 y. Fiorina.
.'"' r,,,,i, Judge, of padeCounty.
and file the sam..... *
provided in Seel ml Sta-
tute* In their fflce? In th< >' >
Courheu
., ... foui 1 1 dar month. In m
I.., : hereof or
tWMl.am!b"Frioerldo .hi.
',:' BAiHA9p}kO
\> i> cut< r
on of All n< ure rn
I 1",4.
HED VVEIL4 8CHEER
\... mi -. foi BSTATB
i' Fti .id
i each. Florida io-4-u
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
GEORGE E SCH'JLZ
PRCEATE NO. 74-4357
1 1 te of
CHESTER GLOVER
ii. eased, _.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All f>edltor and All Persona
, ..- Di m inda Against
-' ': ,;
y, -, herebj notlfli and n oulr-
. ii |i
1, ., a may havi agalt | th<
,.,1, ,f CHESTER ..I''. Kl..
ceasi Iat< ol D Coui li
1 to the Circuit Jui 1 -
, f Dai 1' unty, and flli 'hi- s.;me
i ,:-,. nd as nro> ld< d In B 1
Hon 1 Ml 1' ds StatuK 1 their
. .-fj,, B thi Ci unty "oui ihouse In
! ...', c unty. PToi Ida, Ithln I ur
ihs fron I me of "te
on hereof, < r th< same
F led at Miami. Florida, tli
.. A I
ET'N aiX>\ ER
Iratrix
ihis norti a
i>e :" day of Sent. '*
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uber
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: so 1-iiu-> In '.."' -M.-.i
i> f, 10 *
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-3719
in RE: Estate of
I.AWKKM !: JAMES CAK1JN
deceased.
CITATION (Publication)
THE STATE <>F FLORIDA:
To KRISTINE A. CARL1N
, ,. KELLY
M-i; Bond Avenue.
ur. xel Hills Pennsylvania
and all other persons concerned:
You are hereby notified thai a pe-
tition has been filed In said Court
oraylna for Letters of Administration
and you are hereby reoulred to file
your written defenses thereto wtiiun
thirty days after the first publication
, posting hereof, and serve a eoy
thereof ui..... patltloner's attorney.
uhos, name and address are: FKA.V
KEL & AVRACH, P.A.. 420 Unc'.ln.
Road, Miami Beach. Florida 33139.
If you fail to do so. judgment may he
entered in due course upon the Detl-
W1TNB68 my hand and the seal
ot sai.'. Curl at Dade County. Florida
tins .;:ul day of September. 1974
RICHARD P. BRINKER. Clerk
by: NAD1NE 8. JENNINGS
11< putv Clerk
B -- 10/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th. undersigned, desiring to engage
n 1 u-in.ss under the fictitious names
. Slegal Medical Group Professional
Vasociation: Slegal Medical tiroun:
snnford Slegal, D.O.: The Overweight
Medical Clinic al S90 7. 4:nh Sir.-, t.
ih, Fla SS01I Intend* to register
.'^ii.1 names with the Cerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Forida
SIEGAL MEDICAL GROUP, P.A..
11 Florida Corporation
'.. 87 1Q/4-U -18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
ih. undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under vhe fictitious names
Slegal Medical Croup Professional
Association; Slegal Medical Group:
Slegal. DO.: The oyerweight
leal Clinic al !0801 S. Federal
hwaJ Miami, Fla, 88167 Intends id
reslstei said names with the Clerk
, \ ul| r. urt of Dade County.
MEDICAL GROUP. P.A- .
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DACE COUNTY
C'VIL ACTION NO 74-26089
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE t.ILI.l N M MARTIN
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CIVIL ACT'ON NO 74-244
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GENERAL JURISDICTION
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NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
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10-4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH .UDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FCR
DADE COUNTY
P = 03ATE O'VISION
PRCFiATE NO. 74.24.-J
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0ENERAU .-UR'SDICTION
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CASE NO 71-22932 DuVall
NOTICE CF SUIT FOR DAMAGES
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CONSTPUC~'VE SERVICE
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ELEVENTH .'UD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR
OAOE COUNTY
CIV'U ACTION NO 74.-65:9
[N RE THE S AR1 rACE I 'F
VMBRICK, JR.
EDNA MAY BAMB1
ACTION COP, O'SSO' UTION
OF MARIAGE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT C^THE
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OF FLCRIDA iN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 7 27635
IN RE: THE M :' IAOE OP:
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ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARR'AGE
TO: GLADYS RORE
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FLORIDA
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NO: 74--M*58
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OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR
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CASE NO 74 ?J63'
ACTION FOR DIS50-UTION
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THRU SUNDAY. OCTOBER H<
AT ALL FOOD FAIR STORES
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FRUITS & VEGETABLES
DISPLAYED IN GREAT VARIETY TO MAKE YOUR CHOICE
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GRAPEFRUIT
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LIMIT ONE PKG.. PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES
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FRANKSo r KNOCKS
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Milady's Cheese Blinhes 'SS1 89'
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