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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 Congressman Refused Saudi Visa
WASHINGTON (JTA) Rep. Henry A.
ifaxman (D., Calif.), who was refused a visa to
I enter Saudi Arabia as a member of an official
I Congressional mission because he is Jewish, has
I called on Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger
to "personally review and report" on the U.S.
government's position toward Saudi Arabias visa
[ policies.
Protest A rub Boycott See Below
Legislation to Keep Tab* 6-A
AIM. Lists Firms A'Begging 8-A
In a letter to Kissinger the 35-year-old fresh-
man Congressman charged that the U.S. govern-
ment, military and business communities all ex-
cluded Jews from Saudi Arabian assignments in
a policy of "appeasement and complacency" to-
ward anti-Jewish discrimination.
WAXMAN EVENTUALLY accompanied the
House Armed Services Committee's fact-finding
mission to Saudi Arabia Feb. 7 to 17 after the
State Department sent an urgent cable to the
Continued on Page 6 A
"dewish Flor idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY mi THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 48 Number 10
Miami, Florida Friday, March 7, 1975
mc by Mai!
Three Sections
25 cents
MASSIVE CREDITS
[Change Set
In Soviet
rade Law?
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA)
The Ford Administration,
aided by the U.S. USSR
Trade and Economic Coun-
cil, has begun its expected
drive to revise the Trade Act
of 1974 and provide massive
credits to the Soviet govern-
ment without assurances
that the USSR would liber-
alize its emigration policies
in return for trade benefits.
The Council concluded a
three-day conference with a
news conference at which its
Soviet and American co-
chairmen criticized Congress
and called for trade expan-
sion between the super-
powers.
THE COUNCIL, organized in
1973, consists of 140 U.S. com-
panies and banks, and 113 So-
viet government organizations.
Its cochairmen are Vladimir S.
Continued on Page 3 A
Dayan Says
With Hussein
TEL AVIV (JTA) For-
mer Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan said that Israeli lead-
ers and Jordanian leaders,
including King Hussein, met
several times between 1967
and 1973 but failed to work
out a peace agreement be-
cause Hussein demanded Is-
Protest Arab Boycott,
Bentsen Tells Leaders
SEN. BENTSEN
'speak up now'
Ex-Shipping
Official
Is Arrested
TEL AVIV (JTA) Mi-
chael Tzur, former manag-
ing director of the Israel
Corporation and former
chairman of the Zim Lines,
Israel's national shipping
company, was placed under
arrest here in connection
with alleged violations of
foreign currency regula-
tions, disloyalty and suspect-
ed fraud.
The 52-year-old business
Continued on Page 9-A
Gov't Met
Many Times
raeli pullbacks that were un-
acceptable.
Dayan made the disclos-
ure in the latest of his series
of lectures at Bar Ilan Uni-
versity in Ramat Gan. He
said it was necessary to do
Continued on Page 2-A
NEW YORK (JTA) Sen.
Lloyd M. Bentsen (D., Tex.), who
last week announced his candi-
dacy for the Democratic nomina-
tion for the Presidency, has call-
ed upon the Administration to
"speak up now" in public protest
against the serious economic
threat, to Israel posed by the
Arab economic boycott.
In remarks prepared for ds-
livery at the 67th annual award
dinner of B'nai Zion. the Amer-
ican Fraternal Zionist Organiza
tion, Bentsen stated, "Never has
Israel been more threatened
politically, militarily and eco-
nomically."
Continued on Page 15-A
-
*:
TO 'PROTECT7 RUSSIAN SPOKESMAN
JTA Reporter Shoved By
Exec at News Conference
WASHINGTON (JTA)Questions directed by the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency's reporter to Soviet Deputy Trade Minister
Vladimir Alkhimov en the accuracy of his remarks regarding the
human rights of Soviet Jews and U.S. trade legislation affecting
Soviet-American trade, angered Donald Kendall, Pepsico head.
Kendall and Alkhimov are the cochairmen of the U.S.-USSR
Continued on Page 3-A

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Voice Mounting Concern That U.S.
Guarantee Would be Israeli Noose
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) Premier Yitzhak Rabin has
expressed Israel's mounting concern that proposals for a
U.S. guarantee of Israel's security possibly in the form
of a formal defense pact is predicated on a withdrawal
by Israel to its pre-June 1967 borders, boundaries that Is-
rael regards as insecure and indefensible.
The "trial balloon" of such
proposals literally "floated"
when a senior American official
disclosed them to reporters
aboard Secretary of State Henry
A. Kissinger's plane enroute from
Zurich to Parisis also viewed
here as a signal that Kissinger's
return visit to the Middle East
will be his last attempt at sten-
by-step diplomacy and will be fol-
lowed by the reconvening of th
Geneva peace conference, prob-
ably in mid-summer.
SOBERLY assessing these de-
velopments in a radio interview,
Premier Rubin said: "Those who
propose a U.S.-Israel defense pact
or U.S. guarantees see them as
a substitute for defensible bor-
ders, for Israel's capacity to de-
fend itself... I would on no ac-
count want a situation to be
Continued on Page 11 A
Syria Jews
Live In
Terror
NEW YORK (JTA) Rep.
Stephen J. Solarz (D.. N.Y.), a
member of the House Foreign Af-
fairs Committee who has just re-
turned from a visit to Syria, and
three other Mideast states, said
here that the Jewish community
in Syria is living in "a state of
Continued on PuRe 2-A
niawmt'.' niimmmiiin.....iiiiiMiiiiiwiiiiwiiii'iwifiinre CJA-IEF CHAIRMAN JULES ARKIW DECLARES HERE
We Must See to Our Brothers in Need
GEN. DAYAN
pats lie to allegations
L. Jules Arkin, chairman of th'
19.5 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Fmr<"'P"v v'""d, ';
week declared that, "As
Americans, we have various ways
to work toward influ*nein world
political and economic issues.
"Yet as Jews, we have the spe-
cific responsibility to see that our
brothers in need are treated with
social jusitce."
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Arkin was responding to the
appearance in Miami of Frank
Lautenberg, national general
chaiFman of the United Jewish
Appeal
LAUTENBERG HAD come
here specifically to address the
gathering of Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation leaders on Purim.
"We see an amazing similarity
between world conditions today
and conditions in pre-Nazi Ger-
many," Arkin recalled Lauten-
berg's saying in his address here.
"Today, as in 1933, the life-
and-death danger for the Jewish
community is growing. The threat
to' Israel's existence is creeping
up from every direction," he
said.
"The climate of urgency dur-
ing this Purim-Passover month of
community campaigning is felt
deeplynot only by all of you
here in Miami, but by Jews all
over the country. Because Mi
Continued on Page 7-A
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Syria Jews Living in Terror
( ontiourd from Pa*r 1-A
terror' and that Syrian Jer> :s
"the most oppressed Jewish com-
munitv in the world "
Addressing a press conference
i by the American Jewish
Congress. Soljrz. who met with
Syrian Preside'.; Hafez el Ami,
declared that brought up the
quettioa of Syrian Jewry during
a two-hour discuss 1*0 with A^sad
and that be (Solan) suggested
that Aaaad permit a srr.all num-
ber of Jews to leave Syria to
reunite with members of their
fami.ies in other countries.
ACCORDING to Solan As*ad
replied negatively and said that
no member of the Jewish comma
niry would be aranted Dermission
to leave Syria, explaining that if
Syria permitted emigration of
Jew-. Syria would not be in a
position to put pressure on the
Soviet Union not to permit emi
gration of Soviet Jews to Israel
Solan, who is the first Jewish
Congressman to meet with Assad,
said that onlv after the Syrian
President personally intervened,
was he allowed to tour the Jew-
ish ghetto in Damascus and to at-
tend service at Frange Synagogue
there
The Congressman said that
throuahout his visit to the Jew-
ish ghetto, he was accompanied
by three Syrian government of-
ficials. He .-aid ,'v.t while he BW
id tbe synagogue, none of the 16
men particioatin- m the service
approached him.
HE SAID that because of tbe
Dreeiu..- of the Syrian officials,
he did not aporoach any of the
worshippers or s.k them any
questions.
Referring to a recent program
on the CBS-TV network in which
Syrian Jews were interviewed by
.Mike Wallace. So'an said that
Wallace did not "have the sen-
sitivity to the ileliracv of the
position" of those interviewed,
who were surrounded by Syrian
officials.
The Congressman tlso visited
Egypt, meeting with President
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Change Being Sought in Soviet Trade Law?
Continued from Page 1-A
Alkhimov, Soviet Deputy Foreign
Trade Minister and Donald M.
Kendall, head of Pepsico Corp.
Council leaders met with Sec-
retary of State Henry A. Kissin-
ger at the State Department and
also with Rep. Al Ullman (D.,
Ore.), chairman of the House
Ways and Means Committee,
where trade legislation originates.
They also were to meet later
with other Senate and House
leaders, but Kendall declined to
reveal their names.
He also barred questions from
reporters on Kissinger's com-
ments to the Council.
STATE Department spokesman
Robert Anderson, asked to make
available a transcript of the Sec-
retary's comments to the Coun-
cil, replied that none was made.
With regard to Kissinger's re-
marks on trade. Anderson said
Kissinger "would like to see U S.-
Soviet trade normalized and he
will be consulting with Congress
on how best to proceed towards
that end."
Asked whether the Secretary's
position was that the Trade Act
should be changed or for the So-
viet Unjon. .tQt comply ,with_the
U.S. laws. Anderson replied that'
"at this particular stage," Kissin-
ger was "going to talk to ap-
propriate members of Congress
in view of the difficulties that
have arisen."
Anderson pointed out that Kis-
singer was not "going to tell Con-
gress to do it this way or that."
and while he would not speculate
OH how the situation would
evolve, "we feel the problem
should be solved in consultation
with Congress."
"ONE OF the subjects" to be
dealt with, Anderson said, is the
Export-Import Bank limitation
on credits to the Soviet Union to
$300 million over four years un-
less the President receives Con-
gressional approval to extend
greater amounts.
The link between most favored
nation treatment and emigration
practices is in the Jackson-Vanik
proviso of the Trade Act itself.
At the news conference at the
Madison Hotel he'd bv the Coun
Oil, which was attended by many
diplomatic correspondents and
specialists for trade publications,
Alkhimov ridiculed the Jackson
Vanik proviso.
The Soviet Union, he said in
response to a ouestion. would
abide by it when the United
States pives equal rights to wom-
en. "W" will insist on eiving
richts to the ladies and others."
he replied when asked whether
greater credits would satisfy the
Soviet wcrpm^nt.
Pinskf Club Oneg Shabbos
The Onecr Shabbos of the
Pinski Club Frriiay at 7:30 p.m.
in the cafeteria of Ida Fisher
Junior High School, 1424 Drexel
Ave., Miami R^ach, will feature
a talk on Yiddish poet I. J.
Schwartz, by T,. Lasavin; Hilda
Zucker folk sincer, accompanied
by mandolinlst Pa'il Yanovsky,
in a croup of Yiddish and He-
brow snn;*s. and readings from
Yiddish Hassles by Israel Gold-
be re
ALKHIMOV explicitly linked
Export-Import loan ceilings with
the emigration proviso and made
it plain both would have to be
modified to meet Soviet wishes.
He scorned the tentative $300
million ceiling in the Ex-Im Bank
law and pointed out that France,
West Germany. Italy and Japan
were extending credits to the
I 9SB "approaching eight billion
dollars so we don't postpone our
job" in economic matte
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Continued from Page 1-A
Trade and Economic Council.
AFTER THE Council's news conference had ended at the
Madison Hotel, the JTA reporter. Joseph Polakoff. went to the
dais to obtain additional comments.
Alkhimov arid Polakoff. who had met two years ago at the
conference arranged by the National Association of Manufac-
turers on the same subject, shook hands and Alkhimov responded
briefly to a question and then moved to the end of the dais to
speak with other reporters.
Polakoff started to join that group when Kendall pushed him.
Polakoff protested the pushing and Kendall put his hands on
Polakoff's shoulders.
Polakoff demanded he remove his hands which Kendall did,
but he thrust himself against Polakoff in a confrontation and
demanded to know "how old are you?"
POLAKOFF responded a*e was of no consequence. Kendall,
who is about three inches taller, younger and heavier than Pola-
koff, then brushed Polakoff and interposed himself between the
JTA reporter and those talking with Alkhimov. Polakoff will be
67 years old in October.
Later at the State Department, Polakoff described the in-
cident and asked spokesman Robert Anderson whether the De-
partment countenanced such action by a leader of a quasi-official
group.
Noting he was not present, Anderson replied that if Pola-
koff's report was accurate, "this is not the type of thing that
should be done."
. iimn imimiiiitiimi

ing a new five-year plan to the
Supreme Soviet in mid-year. Ali-
himov warned, and indicated that
unless changes the U.S. law come,
some American companies will
lose orders.
HOWEVER, he emphasized
that despite the Soviet repudia-
tion of the 1972 trade agreement.
the USSR is prepared to honor
it and meanwhile other agree*
ments "all remain valid."
Kendall said that American
businessmen will renew their ef-
forts in Congress on trade legis-
lation. "We hope the Administra-
tion will soon have4 strategy for
going back to Congress to correct
this situation," he said.
He indicated that the Soviets
were assured by those with whom
they had met that "this Adminis-
tration is committed to change."

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the nec>:^ :: Jv
[1 e rreser.: :
Feden i EF can. ... .r._ the con-
boeve this end
Is making your contributi m are jtw benflft"
ting?
You are benefit: i ia Israel.
You are benefiting Jews desperately trying to
K brad from their ennavement in the Soviet Union.
You arc benefitting Israel as a beset -
by rushing (axes an inflation rate higher than our
try rudget far in excess of what Israel's
'GXP can support.
You are benefitting Jews in Miami of ever}- sta-
tion from the poor South Beach senior c:t:zer, who
to the youngster in search of
bis Jewish identity.
This is quite a g It comes
Vakeitn:- :'. se it unsfmtmgiy:
Making fiords Meaningful _
This is all about boycotts the Arab boycott of
American business enterprises that have Jews on their
staffs, the Arab boycott of Jewish personnel in the
American armed forces who are forbidden to work en
Army Engineering projects in the Arab countries, the
Arab boycott of Jewish banking institutions in America
and abroad that have been invited out of business deals
with the Arab nations on the basis that somehow these
deals help Israel.
President Ford, in Hollywood last week, described
these Arab practices as odious and unAmerican and
declared that as a nation we would not tolerate them.
Still, the State Department insists that quiet di-
plomacy, not confrontation, is the answer. At least this
is what Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Harold
Saunder told the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommit-
tee on Multinational Corporations.
The truth is that the Arab boycott has been dealt
with quietly all too long. It began with the Arab League .
boycott of Israel and of enterprises doing business with
Israel almost from the beginning of Israel's existence.
In the beginning, the boycott was ineffective. To-
day, it hurts.
tV ft ir
A Monolithic State Dep't.
Were we silent on the basis of principle or expedi-
ency? Are we now more angered by the principle be-
cause it works better than it did before?
Whatever the answers to these questions, the sud-
den shift in American Jewish emphasis to pursue the
Arab boycott for what amounts to the first time does
not match the State Department's position, which re-
mains monolithically unchanged.
In fact, the government is now admitting that even
its own agencies have given in to Arab demands.
As Sen. Frank Church (D., Idaho) has put it,
Americans must come to know that the Arabs are im-
posing a pattern of anti-Semitism "on our country."
What is worse, American agencies, acting "with our
money," are acquiescing.
President Ford'6 statement in Hollywood was ad-
mirable. Now let's see the administration do something
about rt.
Letter-of-the-Law
We are not defenders of Rabbi Meir Kahane, who
believes that violence is the partner of political change.
But it is interesting to note that Rabbi Kahane was
ordered on Feb. 26 to begin serving a one-year jail
term on Mar. 18 on conviction in federal court in New
York on charges of violating a 1971 probation.
Pending the Rabbi's appeal and a state probation
violation hearing on Mar. 13, we are merely observing
the letter-of-the-law principle as applied to him and to
a whole brace of Watergate offenders so many of whom
are already out of jail and on their way toward becom-
ing wealthy with books and lectures on how they tried
to steal the government away from the American people.
The contrast does not make Rabbi Kahane's exag-
gerated politics any more acceptable to us. Still, the
letter-of-the-law principle seems battered, indeed.
Is safety from punishment merely a matter of the
magnitude of the crime and the prestige of the crimi-
Is it true that the "
Poet Sees No More Holocausts
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to >ave the ,
are nretendi.nc
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kl cjnfror.tst!:.-. for
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The tngk thins i- U at -
>- e >od in 133& to o'.,^.t out :
nothing io d^
PEOPLE WERE just as
. t Jew* be kflled bj I
the biz of :' I
a; they had been willing to it:
then be killed at the hand.- c!
in the genera-ions,
cer.turit- and mi.lenia prccc
him.
I say it is a tragic thing be-
cause the very same situation
exists today. As always in the
past, it is still no good to point
out that the Jews are not the
issuein this case, that the Is-
Continued on Page 15-A
arc the
There is much ado about boy-
cotts these days, particular^
with the release of the Arao
League's blacklist of 1970 and
President Ford's expressions of
indignation at the revelations
a if they are really new and
surprising.
1 FIND IT difficult to get ex-
cited about it without being hypo-
critical, for I have supported and
participated in boycotts directed
at companies and nations for
many vears. both as part of an
organized effort or. as in recent
years, as a condition of personal
conscience
In a recent letter to the Nw
York Times, Vehudi Menuhin de-
fended his action of refusing to
boycott UNESCO because of its
attitude and actions toward Is-
rael.
Repponding to Artur Rubin-
stein, who was critical of the re-
nowned Jewish violinist's po-i-
tior, a? head of the International
Music Council in failing to fol-
low the lead of other great artists
and writers. Menuhin wrote:
"Boycotting is a coward"? action
and co=ts the doer no this belief ha been ba*d my
ent;->- beha.:or a? a Jew sine I
a ked into Behen within a few
dav- <'. it? bing freed
THERE ARE no available sta-
' ties that I ki I ft of the limited '
kindj cf bovcotta x-> -hich Menu
h*i Tr"st be rferrine an-1 in
which I and many ota**** hsn
to u it a
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boycott of Pan American World
Airways by Jews.
Iran is not an enemy of Israel's
it has been heloful. as a matter
of recordbut its identification
with the Arab oil cartel created
what Pan Am called a small but
measurable loss of Jewi?h pas
sengers. not to say many letters
and phone calls, following the an
nouncement of Iran's bid to hole
the distressed airline with fresh
money.
HOWEVER. I have no difficul
ty with cotrecUv identifying
France. Since 1967 I have not
purchased a French item of anv
kindtoiletries, wine?, etc., and
I would hooe the Jwish mem
bers of Tastevin* du CWoJW, or
WSt6*0r It i* ca^d. would n-M
be atira-ed -h 'h "b-ar"m'
'" "" "ch wIdm beine oft^r.'d
thf d.iv.
A' far s^ I an rnnrerned. the
California brand?- with the ex-
ception of one I am bovcottinc ia
sympathy with the United Farm
Workerssome of the New York
wines and some of the West
German and Italiin wines are
good enough to live with.
1 look very carefully at label-,
a training I received during roj
labor organization days when one
was checked at every meeting for
the Amalgamated or ILG'.VU
label in one's clothing.
I AM PARTIAL to Dutch a-.d
Danish productswhich is a kind
of boycott in'reversebut net :o
things that come" from India. '. t
instance, or from certain manu-
facturers here in the States Why
should.I support what I believe
to be policies directed aeam't
Jew? cr other causes which I am
sympathetic to?
In this direction. I believe,
Continued on Page 12-A
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*Jcnist rkridiar
Friday, March 7, 1975
Jewish Congressman from Calif. Refused Saudi Visa
ed" and the Congressman had gone with the com-
mittee on its trip.
Replying to questions, Anderson said he did
not know' Waxman's religion and denied that the
State Department had any discriminatory policy
among its employees regarding race, creed, reli-
gion, sex or national origin.
He noted that a regulation in effect since
January, 1972 bans Department employes from
stating their religious preference.
WAXMAN'S LETTER to Kissinger reported
American Embassy in Riad to obtain a visa for
him.
In his letter to Kissinger, Waxman observed:
'"It is my unfortunate conclusion that had I not
been a Congressman, my request to visit Saudi
Arabia would have been denied and that the
State Department would not have intervened on
my behalf"
State Department spokesman Robert Ander-
son told reporters that he preferred to withhold
'detailed comment" on Waxman's letter until he
saw it.
^SESLSSSSS,. ST& &W^tWSW *^ "* ^ -*
Legislation Unveiled to Keep Tabs on Arab Investments
that there is no room for a Jewish homeland in
the Middle East and that there is no room for
Jews, even as visitors, in Saudi Arabia."
Waxman added that "the vehemence of hia
(Faisal's) remarks left no doubt in my mind that
the distinction he sometimes makes between Jews
and Zionists is an academic one so far as Saudi
Arabia is concerned."
However, Waxman said in his letter, while
he was in the Middle East, his staff discovered
that all Jewish visa applications are forwarded
to the Saudian Foreign Ministry and that "some
on the fact-finding mission's interview with King Jews, almost exclusively ranking government and
Faisal of Saudi Arabia. Waxman said that when corporate persons are f"?1"**
He added. My staff also discovered that our
WASHINGTON (JTA)
The Senate subcommittee on se
curities is studying legislation
aimed at barring investments
detrimental to the American
economy, notably by the wealthy
Arab oil producing states.
The legislation was introduced
in the Senate last week by Sen.
Harrison A. Williams (D.. N.J.)
and referred to the subcommittee
which he heads. The measure
would require disclosure of all
substantial foreign holdings in
American firms and would au'
thorize the President to prohibit
foreign investments that could
harm the economy or U.S. for
eign policy.
WILLIAMS NOTED in a state
ment that his bill would be di-
rected at all foreign investor-
He pointed out. however, that
the Arab nations have received
huge amount? of capital recently
as a result of their oil exports,
far in excess of what they could
channel into their own econo
mies.
He said that in 1973. the Ant
oil producers took in $112 b
while their countries at best
could absorb only an estta
S60 billion leaving a huge surplu.
for investment abroad.
The Senator acknowledge d
that some foreign capital Invest
ment is needed in the U.S.
"BUT WE must ask ourselves."
he said, "whether permitting
foreign investment without any
govemmem oversight is con
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watchman at our door exposes
us to dangers which we have no
reason to accept This is particu-
larly true in light of unpredicated
political and economic implica
tions of Arab oil diplomacy." Wil-
liams said.
An aide to the Senator explain
ed that he was referring to the
ability of foreign investors to
cripple the American economy if
thev gained control of large com-
panies.
THEY COULD arovoke a reces-
sion by laying off large numbers
of employes or they could cause
a crisis in the manufacture of de-
fense weapons by refusing to
manufacture such items as steel,
the aide said.
Meanwhile, in San Francisco.
Rep. Paul N. McCloskey, Jr. (R..
Cal.) has contended that the
United States has no choice but
to accept Arab investment of
petrodollars but this must be
done only in the context of some
way to prevent Arab control of
sensitive American industry.
The maverick Republican Con-
gressman discussed the problem
at a meeting of the South Penin-
sula Committee of the Jewish
Community Relations Council.
Projecting a $40 billion federal
deficit. McCloskey said internal
borrowing of that sum would be
a drag on the economy and that
'the only other capital available
in the world today i> Arab oil
money."
HE SAID one means to limit
the impact of such Arab invest-
ments would be by limiting in-
vestments by the Arabs in any
one company. McCloskey said
means to consider how to guaran-
tee Israel's borders was under ac-
tive consideration in Congress
but he said the United States "no
longer has the power to impos?
solutions on other countries"
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+Je*ist Meridian
Page 7-A
We Must Help Our Brothers in Need, Arkin Tells Drive
Continued from l*ae I-A
ami's success is a barometer for
every Jewish commnity in the
nation." Lautenberg declared, ac
cordiim to Arkin.
"HE ALSO told us that today,
Israel's people are in real peril,
And he told U3 why hut he
didn't even have to. We see il
in the newspapers every day: in-
dustries and financial Institutions
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[earful of lalinjts with Israel in
anticipation of an Arab b ij
. inl ?rnati nal alliance!
shun Israeli culture and condemn
I "inhumane' treatment of
occupied peoples."
Said Arkin: These charges of
inhumane treatment are. of
course, without foundation. But
the'agonizing fact Remains clear;
the world is quick to condemn all
injustice except injustice to Jews.
And the sad consequences are
all too painful: Tho-e suffering
Many of the most important leaders of Miami's Jewish
community gathered on Purim, Feb. 25, to launch tlie
most crucial month of the 1975 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund. Addressing the large group were
(left to right) President Harry B. Smith, National United
Jewish Appeal Campaign Chairman Frank Lautenberg,
1975 CJA-IEF Chairman L. Jules Arkin. and GMJF Ex-
ecutive Vice President Myron J. Brodie. The meeting
included the declaration of a 30-dav Purim-Passover
moratorium on all Federation activity except that con-
tributing to the success of the 1975 campaign.
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under the burden of injustice are
the poor peoplethe weak and
die brave, cnibatt'ed people of
Israel.
As Americans, we have various
ways to work toward influencing
wor'd ooliticsl aid economic is-
sues. v<>; as Jews, we have the
specific responsibility to see that
our brothers in need are treated
with social justice. Because we
are one.
LAWMAKERS AND assemblies
must debate the issues. But at
the same time, we must care for
our people because no one else
can. That's Tzedakah," which is
a basic Dart of being a Jew. And
as Jews, we are one.
Even in the face of the grave
dangers that face world Jewry
today, each one of us can play
an important part in relieving the
injustice for less fortunate Jews.
The tens of thousands of
Jewish children, here in Miami
a:-.d all over America, who may
never learn what it is to be a Jew
because of inadequate Jewish
education. And what does that
mean for the future Of the Jew-
ish people?
THE MILLIONS of Jews still
in the Soviet Unionoppressed,
living as second class citizens in
their own homesand still not
permitted to leave. Shall we turn
a deaf ear to their cry for free-
dom, and ignore them once they
have become free immigrants?
And the people of Israel. Belts
tightened to the limit, yet hearts
bursting with courage, ask only
to live in peace, to care for their
families, and to be able to con-
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other nation whi) flee from the
ji I.,' ui o, prcssion.
Here in Miami, most of us arc
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i i s i \ i\ e iis a peoj Je 1i yond
1975. we must help.
BETWEEN PURIM and Pass
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leaders have called a moratorium
on Federation activities other
than those which will contribute
to the success of CJA-IEF In
1975.
Therefore, choose life for the
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> Amis/ fhridliar
Friday, March 7, 197S
ADL Lists U.S. Companies Bowing to Boycott
,. .. i____j ;- .,-,.,-tli of industrial eQU
By YITZHAK RABI
NEW YORK (JTA) The
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith has charged that a score
of major American companies
and two federal agencies are
discriminating against Jews and
refusing to do business with Is-
rael as a result of Arab pressure
and economic warfare apjinst Is-
rael and Jews.
At a press conference at the
ADL offices here, Seymour Grau-
bard, ADL chairman, charged
those companies with "subverg-
ence of the American Constitu-
tion" and with violating Amer-
ican policy as set forth in federal
export control regulations which
discourage,boycotts against friend-
ly nations, and the anti-discrimi-
nation provisions of the 19S4
Civil Rights Act.
GRAUBARD called for "an im-
mediate government probe, a
clear statement of federal policy,
implementation of U.S. regula-
tions, and the adoption of new
legislation, if necessary, to halt
dishonorable and illegal business
practices."
According to Graubard. a na-
tionwide, ongoing investigation
conducted by the ADL revealed
that while there are American
companies resisting Arab de-
mands, others are yielding to
Arab coercion and discriminate
asainst Jewish employes and re-
fuse to do business with Israel.
Graubard charged further that
some American companies are
voluntarily excluding Israel and
American Jewish management
and professional staff in the U.S
and abroad "as they mak a wi'd
scramble for a piece of the Arabs'
new wealth."
The nrincioles of Hitler "are
being approached by the Arab
nations." Graubard said, adding
that "Jews are once again bein"
singled 01& as the scimegoat foi
economic imperialism."
ARNOLD FORSTER. ADL as
sociate director and general coun-
sel, who directed the nationwide
investigation through the agency's
fact-finding department and its
27 regional offices, cited the two
government atfU'ated acencies a*
the Overseas Private Investment
Corporation, which is cmnownred
to stimulate investments abroad
with a Sion million /redit from
the U.S. Treasury Department,
and the Army Corps of Engi-
neers, which oversees construc-
tion work in Saudi Arabia.
FORSTFR OWE as an ex-
ample of CPIC's eomrlicitv, its
action in organizing a mission of
American business represents
tives to the Middle East and
North Africa this month. He said
that OPIC asked one of the firm*
involved to withdraw a Jewish
vice president proposed as a par-
ticipant and send a non-Jew in-
stead.
The Army Corps of Eneineers.
he continued, although directly
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"The question to be asked of
the Defense Department." Fcrs-
ter said, "is whether or not the
Corps is obliged to comply with
the U.S. anti-discrimination law."
Among the companies the ADL
named were:
International Schools Serv-
ices, Princeton. N.J., a teacher
recruitment agency for issuing
job orders in behalf of the United
Arab Emirate State of Dubai
which prohibit applications by
teachers who are Jewish, have
Jewish surnames or Jewish ances-
tors.
Guaranteed Mortgage Serv-
ices, Inc., and Wizard Mortgage
Bankinc Corn., of Lakewood.
Colo., for a letter (Sent. 11. 1974)
written bv an official of Guaran-
teed, on Wizard stationery, offer-
ing short- and lone-term invest-
ment funds to a Denver bank
with the proviso that "no board
member or director shah be Jew-
ish and no stockholder control-
ling 20 per cent or more of the
bank's outstanding stock be Jew-
ish."
Bendix-Siyanco in Columbia,
Md a joint venture of Bendix
Fitld Engineering Corporation
and Saudi Maintenance Company,
Ltd whichunder the supervi-
sion of the U.S. Army CorDs of
Engineersis recruiting manage-
ment personnel, technicians and
instructors for the Sa''Ji Arabian
ordinance Coros program and has
an employment application re-
quiring applicants to state their
relijv-n.
Pacific Pump Corporation,
Huntington Park. Calif., a sub-
sidiary of tne Dresser Corpora-
tion, Dallas, Texas, for cancelling
a pending contract to sell $2 mil-
lion worth of industrial equip-
ment to an Israel corporation in
capitulation to the Arab boycott.
Ashland Chemical Company,
Ashland. Ky.. for specifically
stating that it has a corporate
man,-cment position of not .deal-
ing with Israel "either directly
or indirectly" because it "repre-
sents too serious a risk to even
consider."
Chase Manhattan Bank for
refusing to open an office in Is-
rael while doing business through-
out the Middle East. The first is-
sue of the bank's new bi-weekly
report, "Mid-East Markets." de-
scribed potential investment op-
portunities in every Middle East
country except Israel, the second
issue mentioned Israel only in
passing.
IN ADDITION, Forster also
cited several architectural firms
on the East Coast without iden-
tifying them by name.
In response to questions by the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, a
Chase Manhattan spokesman
denied the ADL's charges that
the bank refused to open a
branch in Israel so it could do
business with the Arabs.
"We did not open ?branch in
Israel because of economic and
business considerations," the
bank's spokesman said.
He denied thar. there was any
official Israeli demand that Chase
Manhattan open a branch in Is-
rael, adding that the bank was
handling Israeli Bonds business
here for many years. He ad-
mitted, however, that Chase Man-
hattan is planning to open a
branch in Amman, Jordan in ad-
dition to its branches in Beirut
and the Persian Gulf.
The president of the Interna-
tional Schools Services in Prince-
Cnntinned on Following Page
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Page 9-A
Ex-Shipping Exec Under Arrest
Continued from Page 1-A
executive and former civil
sen-ant was informed that
he was under arrest after he
was summoned to police
headquarters for further
Questioning in connection
with the allegations against
him.
THE ORDER to take Tzur J:to
Companies Bow to Boycott
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Continued from Preceding Page
ton, N.J., Dr. John Sly, said in
response to the ADL's accusa-
tion:
"We are a private, nonprofit
organization. We do not discrim-
inate against anybody."
HE SAID that his organization
did not get any order from Dubai
against recruiting Jewish teach
ers, but he added that it was
doubtful that any Jewish teacher
would receive a visa to enter Du
bai.
'In Washington, Secretary of
State Henry A. Kissinger was
asked to comment on the ADL
allegations of discrimination on
the part of the U.S. Army Corps
of Engineers. The Secretary said
he did not know of this charge
and said the question should be
directed to the Defense Depart-
ment. He said he did know that
the State Department is totally
opposed to discrimination in any
form. He said Department of-
ficers were assigned regardless
of race or religion. Kissinger also
said that the U.S. basically favors
Arab investments in American
firms but opposed discrimination
by the recipients. He said the
U.S. would use whatever moral
pressure can be brought to bear
in cases of discrimination against
banks.)
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custody was telephoned from
poiice headquarters in Jerusalem
where an investigation of his
activities is also under way.
According to Israeli law, police
may detain a suspect for 48 hours
after which he must be remanded
before a magistrate.
Tzur was forced to resign from
the Israel Corp. and the Zim
Lines iast year after it was
charged that he had invested
large sums of money belonging
to those firms in enterprises
headed by his friend and business
associate, financier Tibor Rosen-
baum.
The temporary closure of Ros-
enbaum's International Credit
Bank in Geneva and the failure
of alleged "dummy" corporations
hf set ud in Vaduz. Lichtenstein.
an international tax haven, spark
ed a financial scandal here.
TZUR WAS accused of invest-
ing Israel Corp. money, ear mark
ed for Israels capital develop-i
ment. i:i Itasenbaum enterprises'
without the knowledge or con
sent of his superi >rs.
He is also alleged to have in-
vested large sums of money from
Zim and from the Haifa Refin
eries Ltd. of which he was a
board member, in Rosenbaum'r,
failed enterprises.
State Attorney Meir Shamgar
recommended last November that
the police investigate Tzur's
transactions.
TZUR, WHO was born in Ger-
many, came to Palestine in 1934
and received a law degree from
Tel Aviv University, held various
high posts in the Ministry of
Commerce and Industry and the
Finance Ministry from 1951-58.
He served as director general
of the Ministry of Commerce un
til 1965 when he was named by
the government to the chairman-
ship of the Zim Board of Direc-
tors.
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^Jenisiif/cridfiar
Friday, March 7, 1975
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lay, March 7, 1975
f'Jenisti Fhorida&iri
Page 11-A
%
Would U.S. Guarantee be Israeli Noose?
atinued from Page 1-A
Bed in which those proposing
Htense treaty intend a sub-
He for defensible borders."
Initial reports of the briefing
D Kissinger's plane put the idea
I guarantees in the context of
|faterim or second-staue agree
nent between Israel and K?vo'
Sinaimeaning^ an American
itment to see that both sides
e the terms of such a
d agreement.
STATE Department spokes-
B Robert Anderson, briefing
reporters in Washington last
"hursday, indicated that the guar
tntees were contemplated in th
framework of an overall peace
settlem'-nt between Israel and all
^B Arab neighbors.
That, in fact, was the burden
f Kissinger's own exposition to
Israeli Ambassador Simcha Dinitz
luncheon meeting in Wash-
ington.
To Rabin and other Israeli
taders, this retlects the Amer-
Hkdministration's active pre-
ration for resumption of the
^B conference, whatever the
^gie of Kissinger's nextand
certainly his lasttry at
-step shuttle diplomacy in
ddle East.
scenario now envisaged by
ost knowledgeable Israeli
s is a resume'ion of the
conference at which the
perpowers, U.S. and USSR.
^kg as cochairmen. will each
it on the table its own detailed
and specific proposals for an
verall settlement in the Mideast.
THERE IS no question here
but that the Soviet Union's plan
Will be based on Moscow's long-
itanding policy in fau>r of total
Waeli withdrawal from all Arab
erritories and the establishment
it a Palestinian state.
DR. K. BACK
IN MIDEAST
Secretary of State Henry
Kissinger returns to the
Middle East Friday to re-
sume his steo-by-step dip-
lomacy in an effort to
achieve a second Israeli
pi:IILack In the Sinai. Pres-
was quoted in Cairo Tues-
ident Anwar Sadat of Egypt
day as being confident of
Israel's ultimate complete
uithd.awal from occupied
Arab territories and the
achievement fo an accord.
But the American plan is not
expected to be much less onerous,
from Israel's viewpoint than the '
Russian one. This will inevitably
bring to the fore the long latent I
dispute between Washington and'
Jerusalem over the future boun-
daries of the Jewish State.
Israelis have never deluded
themselves that the so-called
Rogers Plan, expounded by form-1
er Secretary of State William P. |
Rogers in 1969, which called I
for only "insubstantial" border
changes, is not still the basis of
American Mideast policy.
The Rogers Plan was in fact
the Nixon plan and was most cc |
taln\v endorsed bv Kissinger'
National Security Council, Is-
raelis believe.
IN EFFECT, it was merely a I
restatement of the basic position
adopted by the U.S. during the!
Administration of President Lyn-
don Johnson that Israel's future ,
borders must not "reflect the
weight of conquest."
That American policy, though
lying fallow for years, is very
much alive and has been carried
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tion, the Israeli observers say.
While the step-by-step ap-
proach of Kissinger enabled both
Washington and Jerusalem to
shelve their basic differences on
territories, the return to Geneva
is sure to highlight them, it is
felt here.
It was to take the edee off the
developing confrontation that
Kissinger ordered a State De-
partment study of U.S. guarantee
options which would be offered
to Israel as compensation for its
withdrawal to virtually the pre-
June 1967 lines, Israeli circles
believe.
RABIN'S remarks were seen
as the first shot in a battle against
the American policy trend which
could develop into the most bit-
ter political struggle in Israel's
history.
Israeli opinion, by and large,
rejects the concept of guarantees
as a substitute for Israel's ability
to defend itself. Even Meir Payil,
doveish leader of the leftist
Moked faction in the Knest.
warned over the weekend that
Israel must retain its ability of
self-defense at all costs and that
no guarantees could replace that
ability.
On the other hand, there is a
widespread feeling among Israeli
politicians of all persuasions that
contractual American undertak-
ings could be useful in ensuring
Israel's security.
SOME ANALYSTS, including
former Foreign Minister Abba
Eban, say American guarantees
would be welcome to counter or
deter Soviet involvement or
threats of intervention in the
area.
It was recalled recently that
Yigal Allon, now Israel's Foreign
Minister, had suggested several
years ago that while the idea of
U.S. guarantees should be ap-
proached with caution, it should
not be rejected out of hand.
THERE IS also puzzlement over
why Kissinger chose to unveil
the guarantee study to newsmen
during a flight over Europe but
failed to bring the subject up
during his lengthy conferences
with Israeli leaders in Jerusalem
only a few days earlier.
The subject of guarantees did
not figure in Kissinger's latest
talks here, at least according to
Israeli government sources.
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vjemsti fhrMiar
Friday, March 7, 1975
<
Katzir Talks to Bond Leaders
In a determined effort to
fortify Israel's economy
against Arab hostility and
economic warfare, more than
2 000 Jewish leaders from
the United States and Can-
a la Sunday nigh- inauj ur-
a ed the I,:/5 campaign of
i ; Bonds with an initial
sale amounting to $127,63
000 in cash and commit-
ments.
Announcement of the s;iie
made by Sam Rothl
general chairman of ;he Is-
rael Bond Organization, In
tl e presence ot President
Katzir of Israel,
who made a special trip to
the United States to share in
the launching of the 25th
anniversary Israel Bond
campaign to finance the eco-
nomic development of his
country.
THE INAUGURAL Dinner in
honor of the Israel President also
celebrated the attainment of the
&> billion mark in proceeds from
ti.e'sale #f Israel Honda *siwe -
[srael'a first Prime Minister,
the late David Ben Gurion,
founded ihe Israel Bond program
at a Jerusalem Conference ot
American Jewish lenders in
September, 1950.
President Katzir, an omii
lectur .1 a
;: I and oth r leadir
Am rican univi itie tol I th
Jewish nb'i d al
Pontalneblei i Hi I thai i
i >ed of 'lar s al i ai i
,-n) hour h i tu-" strei
ot our economy is -s tact ti
in our struggle for peace an
security/'
Due to meet ".ith President
Herald R>rd at the Whit > Hodse
Monday, Israel's chief of -
said he was happy to be in the
United .States "to convey to the
America" -
their friendship and moral and
material support"
DENOUNCING THE Arab boy-
cott and "the new anti-Semitism
of the Arab*," the Israeli Presi-
dent lid thai "while the Arab
ared 11 acknowl >dse th
.' twi as individual i,
th '\ are n it n ad> to i o I
the Jewish oeocle as a n
with its own d< itiny and it- ow
independence."
On the extension of th" Aral
ott to busii >i
In the United States, tl
leader warned that "anti-Semit-
ism, which starts with attacking
eventually turns t> the
, aim of detroyina human
freedom and modem democracv,
President Katzir haiM the
stand taken by President Ford on
the Arab boycott in condemning
it as "repujtnant to the principles
of demTacy."
SPEAKING ABOUT Israel's
position on the PLO (Palestine
Liberation Organization), he said
that Israel will not negotiate with
any groun which has the destruc
tion of Israel as its platform.
Preside** Kaftip* sfrni5rize.l
Israel's problems by saying:
"We face many problems.
We have lo assure our security
because we have not forgotten
the Holocaust. We have to
>2theii our economy, develop
our industry, and increase our
exports.
"We have to mold a new na-
tion with equal social and educa
tienal opnortunities for all its
citizens. We nave I > pr
Jewish values- the moral va u
of justice, 'reed im an i
for human life which the Jewish
people have be n ti tint d
e and cherish for genera-
i Ions."
CONGRATULATING th Isr i
Bond Organization on Its 25th an-
niversary, the President la
the economic achievements made
possible with th? proceeds and
expressed his satisfaction at be-1
ine present at the conference
which marked the attainment of:
the S3 billion total and the be
pinning of the effort to sell the
fourth biliion dollars in Israel
Bonds.
The conference paid spe-
cial tribute to Jacob M. Arvey.
the veteran political leader who!
is serving as honorary chairman
of IararlwBoaris in.Shiaasr and
Mrs. Jan Peerce of New York
national chairman of the \V< m
en s Division, who were honored
for their years of leadership in
behalf of Israel.
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COHEN: Talk of Boycott
Continued from Page 1A
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those which are whining to be
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Born in the Soviet Union, Svetlana is a
Svetlana Lyak (standing) teaches begin-
ners English to Russian adults every day
at Temple Emanu-El on Miami Beach.
recent immigrant herself from Israel,
where she lived two years after emigrat-
ing from her native Russia.
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Russians Learn Our Language,
Culture in Federation Program
"One day my friend wanted to go shopping.
I took her to the supermarket. We visited all
of the departments. We bought meat, fish,
wine, fruit, canned food, condiments, soup
and confectionary. In the supermarket, we
are able to buy kitchen utensils, paper prod-
ucts, pots and pans, cutlery and even plants."
These sentences may be simple and obvious
to us all. But, think about it. To a new Russian
immigrant, the sentences are filled with a variety
of brand new experiences. They contain not only
lines rich in the past tense, but also new concepts
unknown to many Russians canned food, the
variety of meats, and the multitude of paper prod-
ucts sold in this country. It is, in short, a lesson
in acculturation.
This is exactly what the Central Agency for
Jewish Education is trying to accomplish in its pilot
program for the newly-arrived Russian Jews here
in Miami. The educational program is geared to
intensive study of English language and American
culture.
CAJE IS one of seven of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation's family of local agencies combining
their resources in the Inter-Agency Council for
Soviet Immi"nnts. Along with the Federation's
Community rtnn'aincy Service, Jewish Community
Centers, Jewi-h Family and Children's Service,
Jewish Vocational Service, Mount Sinai Medical
Center, and the Rsoue and Migration Service of the
National Council of Jewish Women, the Central
Agency for Jewish Education is helping these im-
migrants to resettle as productive members of Mi-
ami's community
All of these agencies are recipients of the
Federation's annual fund raising drive, the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund.
The convening nu^ncy of the Inter-A".ency Coun-
cil is the vish Family and Children's Service
under the directorship of Leon Fisher.
Fisher has recently returned from a throe-week
stay in Rom ho conducted an extensive re-
view of fr- -"on process of Soviet Jews to
the United State through the offices of the United
HIAS Bervii
FISIIFr WAS also in Rome last summer to
organize an" lite this process with increased
numbers rr Jews seeking to immigrate to
the Unite-' [IAS, a beneficiary of the CJTA-
IEF, is the world-wide Jewish migration a^nev
which he!" la of Jewish refugees and mi-
grants 1e>" danger to resettle and reunite
with their in the West.
"We !>i :o prepare the now immipra"*;
for life i- aid A. B. Wiener, chain"
of the CAJE B Hirectors.
"The Central Agency for Jewish Education em-
ploys (our ." ially-trained taeho'- |
conduct c two Miami Beach locations con-
venient to the Immigrant's homos. Bus trar-sporta
tion is provided for those students who live on South
Miami Beach.
"WE CONTACT these people as soon as they
arrive in Miami, so that they will have a good start
with basic English and a general orientation to the
American Way," explained Evelyn Berger, Coordi-
nator of the English school sponsored by CAJE.
One of the text books used in the classroom is
entitled "Family Life in the U.S.A." Mrs. Berger
and her teachers agree that the book provides a
great deal of discussion with many questions from
the immigrants needing answers. The classes also
help to dispell the misconceptions and fears common
in any newcomer to a foreign country.
Motivation is seen as the key to learning
English. So, if a student becomes employed during
the intensive three-week course he is encouraged
to accept the job.
The newcomer is just as likely to learn English
under working conditions as in the classroom with
the added advantage of becoming financially inde-
pendent. The evening classes are purposely held
for working people.
FROM THE beginning, the student is submerged
in English. No Russian is spoken in the classroom
unless it is absolutely necessary. And families are
encourage to speak English at home. Once the im-
migrant is signed up in the course, he is required
to attend all classes.
A strict disciplinarian, Evelyn Berger insists on
having an excuse note after several consecutive days
of a student's absence.
\ certain amount of discipline must be imposed
as in any classroom environment, she says. Tests
are given regularly and at tho end of each semester,
a 'idnt graduates to the next level intermediate
or advanced.
THE CAJE program includes field trips and
Unity resource speakers. Complementing class-
' learning are visits to supermarkets, libraries.
d p rttnent stores, recreation areas and other place--
1 to evciyday living.
I ^currently, a comprehensive outreach pro
was established to involve both Jewish on;an:
md individuals from all backgrounds anr
' to aid in the acculturation process.
source speakers such as lawyers, physieianr
-its, civil servants, rabbis, and governmen
as well as those engaged in the cultura'
I and interact with tho group.
"GROUPING THE Russian i-migrants togeth-
also provides a perfect opportunity to disseminat
irmation on such matter? is filing immigrr
ers. tax information. h"n-;"g and medica
problems." Mrs. Berger said
ire also able to con-" i0re effectively
nip in order to measure lUf progress; to
>h,, works, and what a need improve-
\ these newcomers 1 |oarn hotter
dp them resettle prod u in Miami,"

'Meals On Wheels' Program
For Homebound Inaugurated
Thirty elderly people living in
Miami Bench will now have a
meal delivered to their homes
every day at noon through a
new program administered by
the Jewish Vocational Service.
The .'.! als r On Wheels Pro-
gram de possible through
the support of a group ot local
residents, who were concerned
that mon lebound people
get delivery o! the free, hot,
kosher meal five days a week.
The program is a cooperative
by J.'S. ;!ie Miami Home
and Hospital for the Aged, and
the Sot-th Beach Activities Cen-
ter, all members of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federations' fam-
ily of local agencies and recip-
ient of funds from the Combin-
ed Jewish Aupeal Israel Emer-
gency Fund.
The Jewish Vocational Service
has been operating a meals
piogram for the elderly since
December, 1973. Through Fed-
eral. State and local support
from the city of Miami Beach
and the Federation, this pro-
gram now provides- 940 kosher
meals a day, five days a week,
at five sites on Miami Beach.
In recent months, the list of
the elderly homebound requiring
meal delivery has grown longer,
sparking the concern of local
residents.
The new Meals-On-Wheels
program is seen not only as '^^sB
;., povide good nutritionjBH
to those unable to cook and ^^B
shop for themselves," said Her-
bert P. Blumberg, president of
the Jewish Vocational Service,
"but also to introduce a daily
visit by a concerned volunteer
into the life of a homebound
person.
"This visit is a way of uncov-
ering other needs of the elderly
person and giving aid before
that need becomes urgent. It is
hoped that this social contact
and additional care will delay or
even eliminate the need for in-
stitutionalization of the aged,"
Mr. Blumberg said.
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Residents of the Four Winds met recently to express
their increased support for Jewish survival through com-
mitments to the Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emer-
gency Fund. Guest speaker Edyth Geiger (seated, left)
and Four Winds Chairman Emmanuel Glatt conferred
with leaders including (standing, left to right) Nathan
Millner, Elizabeth Kay and William Feinberg.
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nts of El Conquistador in Kendale Lakes are now
xg a widespread effort on behalf of the 1975
nsd Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund, led
.man Joseph Fleekop (right). Joining him at the
cting of residents were (left to right) Lawrence
i>est speaker Stewart Mirmelli, Greater Miami
Federation Young Adults Division Chairman;
chwartz, and Mrs. Joseph Fleekop.
joi the Cuban-Hebrew community, hon-
or^ banker and civic leader Anthony E. Infante
a-'d (ieft) was hosted last Wt.ek hv Dr Qnd Mrs
lenkreis. Dr. Feldenkreis is chairman of the
breote lami Jewish Federation's Cuba I Hebrew Com-
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Poet Spender Sees No New Holocaust
l tinned from Pane i-\
ilia are not the issue.
y"ere there no Israel, there
still be the problem of the
, whose turn in their his-
has come a second time lo
lllenge western civilization for
endancy as once they did
n they slammed across tlie
iterranean and swept into
)pe to ensconce themselves
jpain.
IS the.jepparent focus of
nfrontation today as Czech
jvakia was tke apparent focus
the confrontation in the days
re World JVar 11
i bad so do was give up
to Hitler, and
| would be no more talk
it war.
Ill we have to do is yive up
israel to the Aiwbs, and the flow
of oil will.Continue uninterrupte 1
Mooahle cost.
Bach instance it is
'ewsjuv been and are
lejy involved, but they
t, nor are they to,lay the
jsue. however satisfied
non-Jews may feel to say
lerwise.
case in point, for example,
Slinguished opinion mag-
liUonal ibserver,' whose
;ing editor. John F. Bridg?,
is now calling for "an end to
existence in a garrison state (Is-
rael) that can only become in-
creasingly regimented."
In Bridges view, Israel is a
"futile cause."
THE DIFFERENCE between
Bridge and other non-Jews is
that Bridge regards his "solu-
tion' to the Mideast problem as
the beginning of a moral com-
mitment.
"The Jews of Israel," he says,
"must be offered a home in
America and must be encouraged
in every way to settle here as
citizens," although he recognizes
the anti-Semitic possibilities in
such an eventuality "serious
dislocation" in the United States
Concedes Bridge: "Three mil-
lion embittered Israelis amid all
the other disaffected, disgrun
tied, and embittered Americans
will be no small matter."
OTHER NON-JEWS would, of
course, be delighted to see the
end of an existing Israel, but
would accept no commitment,
moral or otherwise, to the rate of
the Israelis they are aching so
cavalierly to dimiss in the name
of an uninterrupted flow of oil.
Other non-Jews entertain them-
selves in their fancy that they
would celebrate with the Arabs
Protest Arab Boycott,
itseu Tells Hill Chiefs
uofltinoed from I'ai;e 1-A
HE SAID there seem to be too
in this eountiv who realize
dimensions of the ecuumic
t to Israel.
,t our own experience with
ion, reoession and the Arab
boycott should -i l ve t.) em
hasize the fact that an economic
can be as dangerous as a
lilitary threat to a nation s nat
CUrity," Bent-en stated
aid that of great concern
, In particular, "is the wid
Arab economic boycott
Israel. I believe that it
time, the United States
ted publicly and formally
amounts to a state of eco-
belligeren.
ilitary or political sett'.e-
brini' ee ,, i Mi
Of insure Israel's sur-
unless there is al.-"
11 of the economic warfare
waged aga .
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New York State Supreme Court
Justice Abraham J. Multer. presi-
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meda! to Quittman.
Bentsen. who urged the U.S.
government to "sneak ui now.
and address itself not just to the
military situation but also to the
equally serious economic threat
against Israel," also urged the
Arab nations, in uticular BgYp-
tian President An*ar Sadat, "to
make a concrete showing of good
faith."
ASSERTING that "premises of
.non-belligerency are meaning-
less," and noting that hi-.tory is
fu.l of wars originating in non-
aggression pacts, the Senator de-
clared:
"Let President Sadat prove his
good intentions bv developing an
economic relationship with Israe
Why not start slowly, gradually
with cultural exchange, with edu-
cational exchange0 Why not con-
tinue with Cairo-Tel Aviv air
service, a lifting of cu-toms res
trietions against those who have
travelled to Israel?'
During the medal award cere-
mony, messages of greeting- to
Quitirnan came from President
Ford. Vice President Nelson A.
Rockefeller. Israeli President
Ephraim Kntzir. Premier Yitzhak
Rabin and New York Gov. Hugh
L. Cgrey.
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the ultimate destruction of an
alien Jewish presence that has
disturbed Christian-Moslem tran-
quillity for some 1,500 years.
All of which brings me to my
original point about Stephen
Spender, the English poet.
IN THE latest issue of the
"New York Review" (Vol. XXIII,
No. 3), Spender, who went to
Israel for a few weeks at the be-
ginning of the year, agrees with
and quotes an Israeli on this
very question.
The Arabs, he argues, "dream
of returning to the period of
their past historic glory."
Now let us assume, the assump-
tion here being mine, that the
Christians, who fought and lost
to Saladin in a stand-off at the
gates of Jerusalem, are willing
to concede another "technical"
defeat in the Holy Land (the
destruction of an Israel they leg
islated into being) provided they
achieve another triumph on their
own home grounds in the west.
THEIR FIRST triumnh was
the Moorish withdrawal from
Snain and southern Europe gen-
erally.
Their second would be what
Spender means bv the allaying of
"the evident fear of the western
world of having its oil rourees
cut off and having to reduce its
standard of living."
The tradeoff in the western
Christian mind is obvious and
profitable: Israel sacrfieed for
the continued flow of nil; Israel
sacrificed for ultimate Arab
h""mony throughout the Mid
east.
IN EACH ease, the Christian
west sees good business. It
wou'd be giving un what does
not belong to the Christian wesl
to give up anyway: it would be
receiving in ret"rn what the
Christian west believes belongs,
to it on the bash of the pragmatic j
principle of utility.
But. argues Soendr. the Arabs
"dont hate the Israelis so much i
because they are Jews as they
despise them because they are,
not Moslems."
Declares Spender: "What they
(the Arabs) really want is for
others to admit the superiority of
the Moslem faith."
THE ARABS, he concludes,
"can tolerate Christians and Jews
. provided they admit their
inferiority to Moslems."
So much, then, for the anti
Semite who these days is increas-
ingly thrilled by the prospect of
trading Jews for oil. In his will-
ingness to trade away Jews,
Spender would have us under-
stand, he must also be prepared
to trade away himself.
Moslem leaders in the Middle
East do not have a common cause
with western Christians in their
mutual hatred of Jews, as so many
western Christians would have
everyone believe. The Moslem
leaders' common cause is his
hatred of the west, Jew and
Christian, whom they regard as
alien forces in their midst and
who will ultimately be engulfed
in the desert sands as once were
the Crusaders themselves.
SPENDER TAKES his argument
one step further, and that is in
the area of Jewish-Christian Mos-
lem religious feeling for the Holy
Land.
Christians, at least in modern
times, never seemed to have
strong feelinsa abott "alien" r>c
cupation of Jerusalem until the
Jews occupied it.
Thereafter, like sanctimonious
tea kettles, they began to steam
over an "internationalized Holy
Citv" onen to all faiths. (When
under Jordan, it was barred to
the Jews vou never heard a peep
out of them.) i
ROVING RFPORTERS todav. |
who know nothing of Jerusalem
or Jews or Lrael. but who rove
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tional Observer"?
Not true, argues Spender. The
mood in I rael. as he reads it, is
nothing like that of a coming
Maada. If anything, the mood
is "of Samson "ullin down the
pillars of t"e temple," should it
come to that.
Whatever happens, reports
Spender from Israel "two things
remain constant: Israel exists,
and there will be no repetitions
of the Holocaurt."
THE WEST wil have > pay
for such a betrayal in the cur-
rency of more than Bridge's
s'm"le moral commitment ex-post
facto.
Should it come to that, for its
lack of convictions and the ab-
sence of its Christian orinciples,
the west will have to pay in the
currency of blood.
The sacrifice. Spender sug-
gest-, will not be Israel's alone.
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Miami, Florida Fl iday, March 7, 1975
Section B
Gen. Rosolio To Address
Beach, North Dade Groups
Gen. Shaul Rosolio, Inspector
General of the Israel State Po-
lice, will address two key meet-
ings next week on behalf of the
1975 Combined Jewish Appeal -
Israel Emergency Fund.
Thursday. March 13, at 7:30
p.m., Gen. Rosolio will speak to
residents of North Miami Beach's
Point East complex. CJA IEF
chairman for Point East in 1975
is Arthur V. Miller.
Sunday. March 16, at 7:30 p.m.,
residents of Miami Beach's Mai-
son Grande will gather for an
appearance by Gen. Rosolio.
Malson Grande's 1975 CJA-IEF
effort is led by Isadora H.
Abrams, chairman.
Gen. Rosolio la 8 native of Is-
rael and holds degrees in Law
and Public Administration. As a
schoolboy he became involved in
the famous Haganah (Jewish de
fense force), and has remained
closely involved in military and
security matters ever since.
After the Six Day War of 1967,
Gen. Rosolio reorganized the
Jordanian Police in the West
Bank and East Jerusalem. Later
he was personally in charge of
Jerusalem security and safety
conditions.
Early in his career Gen. Rosolio
took charge of administration for
the Eichmann trial, as well as the
security for Pope Paul VI's 1963
Israel visit. He also has traveled
extensively to represent Israel
within Interpol.
His current duties include com-
mand of the law-enforcement
bodv as well as the agency in
charge of security for Israel and
its occupied territories.
Pioneer Women Schedule
National Convention Here
NEW YORK Pioneer Women
will open the year-long celebra-
tion of their Golden Jubilee with
a convention in Miami Beach.
Charlotte Stein, national presi-
dent of Pioneer Women, the
Women's Labor Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, announced this
week.
Delegates from all over the
United States will assemble next
October 19 to 22. at the Deau-
vi.le Hotel for festivities and de-
liberations to evaluate 50 years
of achievement and to plan for
the future.
Prominent personalities from
Washington, as well as from Is-
rael have been Invited to partici-
pate. Harriet Green, president of
the Greater Miami Council, has
been appointed Golden Jubilee
convention chairman.
Mildred Weiss of Detroit will
serve as the Golden Jubilee con-
vention program chairman.
Menorah Group Sponsoring All-Day,
Temple Zion 'Hadassah Happening
The Menorah Group of Hadas-
sah present a "Hadassah Happen-
ing." an all-day Jewish experi-
ence, Monday at Temple Zion,
8000 Miller Rd.
Morning events will include an
address by Dr. Donald Michelson,
professor of History. Miami-Bade
Community College. South Cam-
pus, entitled. "Changing Life
Styles of Jewish Youth."
Miami linguist, Mrs. Simon
Weiss will present a model les-
son in contemporary Hebrew. An
Israeli products show will also
be a feature of the day.
The afternoon program will in-
clude a musical presentation of
liturgical and folk music by ten-
or, Nathaniel Brian Wine. This
program will follow an Israeli-
style luncheon, under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Nat Weinstein and
Mrs. Mack Pawligcr.
Mrs. Morton Goldman, educa-
tion vice president, is chairper-
son of the day. President of the
group is Mrs. Arthur J. Lyons.
The public is invited. There is
a small registration fee.
Several prominent members of Miami's financial com-
munity met recently at the Bankers Club to discuss
their participation in the Greater Miami Jewish Vedera-
lion's 197S Combine:! Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Find Hosting the meeting were Eli Timoner (left)
chairman and president of Air Florida Systems Inc., a
Federation vice president, and Miami Beach restaurateur
Arthur Horowitz, chairman of both the Federation s Pub-
lic Relations Committee and the Public Relations Advis-
ory Committee of the Council of Jewish Federations and
fare Funds. Among the guests were Morns Broad,
JoeGarfield, Marvin Kimmel, Howard R. Scharhn (GMJF
Pacesetter-Trustee chairman), Bert Sommers, Robert
Traurig and Kenneth Treister.
Pictured at a recent banquet sponsored by the Jewish
National Fund are (from left to right) Dr. Irving Lehr-
man, JNF Foundation chairman; Moe Levin, Chaim Weiz-
man, Farband Branch president and JNF of Greater Mi-
ami vice president; Mr. and Mrs. Morris Newmark, who
were the honorees at the event; Judge Zev W. Kogan,
JNF Southern Region president; Abraham Grunhut. pres-
ident of the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami, and
Mrs. Moe Levin.
GEN. SHAUL ROSOLIO
Mizrachi Women
Chapters Meeting
Tamara Chapter president
Frances Glazerman announces
its meeting will he held at Hie
Home Federal Savings and Loan,
L'lCX) K. Hallandale Beach Blvd.,
Hallandale, Tuesday at 12:20
p.m. A welcome is extended to
all women.
# ft
Shalvah Chapter will present
an eye-witness report on Soviet
Jewry al its meeting Wednesday
at 8:15 p.m. in the home of
Judge and Mrs. Norman Ciment.
.'!30:> Flamingo Dr. Husbands and
guests are invited by Roslyn
Paul, president.
it & &
Freda Oster, president of
Geula Chapter, has scheduled a
meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m. at
Beth Israel Congregation, 770
\V. 40th St. Annette (Mrs. Eu-
gene) Labovitz will review the
book "The Aguna" by Chaim
Grade. Gertrude Esterman, pro-
gram vice president, invites the
public to attend.
fr & &
Shalom Chapter will hold its
regular meeting at l p.m. Tues-
day in the 100 Lincoln Rd. dub-
room. Rea Krieger is president.
Miami Beach Chapter Will
meet at the Washington Fed-
eral. 1234 Washington Ave.,
Tuesday. Rachel Laufer Katz is
president.
Rabbi Lipskar To
Speak At Beth El
The cultural program of Tem-
ple Beth El will present Rabbi
Sholom D. Lipskar of Landow
Yeshiva Center. Miami Beach, at
a breakfast hosted by the Broth-
erhood at 9:30 a.m. Sunday in the
temple's Tobin Auditorium, 1351
S. 14th Ave., Hollywood. Rabbi
Lipskar wiil speak on "Chassid
ism."
Rabbi I.inskar is presently
Dean of Landow Yeshiva Center
Oholei Tnrah School for Bovs
B"th Chana School for Girls. Ye
shiva Gedolah of Greater Miami
He is a'so a faculty member of
the E th-r S-hoenfeld High
School, New York.
Rabbi I.inskar received his
Poctnralc of Divinity from l.uba
vitcher Rabbinical College.
Brooklyn, NY, and has mad? an
intensive study of Chassidic
Philosophy, Mysticism and the
Talmud.
Mrs. Joseph Morgan (left) overall chairwoman of the
Inter-Coastal Council of B'nai B'rith Women's Member-
ship Campaign; James Reardon, Mayor of North Miami
Beach and Mis Fannye King, president of the Inter-
Coastal Council, are pictured at the Signing of a Procla-
mation issued by Mayor Reardon proclaiming the month
of February as B'nai B'rith Women's month in conjunc-
tion with the campaign for new membership. Culminat-
ing the campaign will be a March 17 event honoring
sponsors of new members and the new members at Tem-
ple Beth El.______________
Ron Hunter, Ch. 10's TV anchorman, (center) conducted
the program at the recent Explorer Scout Luncheon
sponsored by American Savings. The event is part of
American Savings Community Service Program. Also pic-
tured are, from left to right, John Leatherwood and
Charles Hoffman, executives with the Explorer Division;
Barry D. Siegel, director of Community Programs for
American Savings; and Merkel Coppins, also an execu-
tive with the Explorer Scouts.___________________
Dance Under The Stars
Greater Miami Chapter No.
810. Parents Without Partners,
International, is sponsoring a
"Dance Under the Stars" Satur-
day at 9 p.m. in the Marco Polo
Hotel, featuring live music and
prizes. Proceeds are earmarked
f r children's and I.Y.C. activi-
ties.
Mrs. Robin Pilatsky of Syosset, N.Y. is shown receiving
the grand prize in the recent Swiss Knight Cheese "Ready
When You Are" Sweepstakes, from Brian Weston, mar-
keting manager of Gerber International Foods. The prize
was a trip via Delta Air Lines to Miami Beach, Nassau
or Freeport. Looking on is Lou Marino, (left) product
sales manager of Gerber and Andy Neibergs, district
marketing manager of Delta. Over 100,000 entries were
received'during this promotion.


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Fridav, March 7
Hadas^ahV National President
Special Gifts Brunch Speaker
Mrs Mas Matak.n.
predate at of Haaaseah.
who ha* lost returned from the
World Jewish Congress ia Jera-
ea>m. w.L be the honored gaest
aad speaker at the Special Gifts
Branch sponsored by tbe Miaai;
of Hadaerah at 1130
ia tbe Edea Roc Ho
aet All those contributing $256
cr more to :'-.- ;:>ecial Gifts
f f -.- beaal I af flat re
bu:. od Mount Seoous are invit-
ed
Tbe president of tbe laaeBBB
Ci-tur of Hadasua if Mrs. El
len the co-chairpersoos
Ear "-- Eweiyti
Lazara a'J Mrs Molly Bliss
Mitzkin. a volunteer
15th national pres-
ident of Hadassah. toe Women's
7 ->! OrsaaJaHai of America.
She was elected in 1972 and is
r u- ?rvinj her third term
as president.
Hadassah has 335.000 members
with 1.4M chapters and groups
thr to K:ro ft if the 'arsf^t
satiation in the
I red States
The HUaMM Ufa in Wa'er-
-). and aja mainta
aeevtssseaal in Manhattan. TV;.
h-- >o rhi'dren and
granddaughters who arc
members of Hada
- .... ;; | .-.: She i- a
f'-r ->r a Dr*idewt,
Youth AMeafa chaJvsnaa
F -j-- >.f'"r- rhaarmsn *H
'! on the Waerhirv Jaebii
-rat.on the Watertary
I Wtmen Voters, and
hr local SrittThood,
A Hadas^ah delegate to the
23rd. 25lh. 25th. and 23th ss-
o.' the World Zionist Con-
held in Jerusalem, Mrs.
Matzlcin is a member of the exec
Jew board of the World Confed-
eration of General Zionist* and
i; on the executive committee of
th<- Ameri< an-Nrae! Public A'-
' ommittee. She also served
MKS. MAX MATZKIN
as Hadassah s representative to
tbe Conference of Presidents o.
Major American Jewish Organ
zat-ons and to tbe National Cor.
ierer.ee on Soviet Jewry.
As president of Hadassah. Mr-
Matzi.n it ob the board of gov-
traors of the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem, which is Hads>-
partner in the Hadasia.v
Hehrew Universitv Medical
School.
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Clinic At Victory Park
The Dade Cou.it;. Unit f
lean Cancer Society 'ai!
COOdu Skin Cancer Detcc-
C.inic in conjunction with
Cancer Education Week. March
23 throogh 30 at the Victory Park
Civk Center 'oart of North Mi-
ami Beach City Hall Coajafex).
Dates and times are as follow-:
Wednesday. March 26. 10 a m. to
4 pin.: Thursday. March 27. 9
a.m. to 11 a.m.: and Friday. Mar.
23. 1 p.m. to 4 om. Skin cancer.
the most common form of cancer,
is also the easie-t to detect, and
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chats letters weren't ZlPped In
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cent of such non-ZIP Coded ma:'.
Additionally, it costs the Postal
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caling the po;t office for the in-
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phoning any of the ZIP Cjde
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thn Greater Miami area t- hphone
directory under U.S. Government.
Postal Service.
Zionist Youth Foundation
Elects Sidorskv Chairman
Isaiah Lodge Meeting
I--iah Lodge. B'nai B'rith. will
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Beth Torah CJA-IEF Breakfast
Sunday Welcomes Returning Rabbi
Al! members of Beth Torah
regntion, 1051 NE 163rd St..
North Miami P.each, are invited
to a special breakfast at 10:00
a.m. Sunday.
The occasion will be used to
welcome home the congregation's
spiritual lo^te:'. Dr. Max A. Lip-
schitz. and to rc-dcdicale indi-
vidual effort toward (he survival
of the Jewish people through sup
porting the 1975 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund.
Dr. Lipschitz is returning from
Israel, where he served as a dele-
gate to the World Jewish Con-
gress. Joining him in addressing
the congregation will be Beth
Torah President, Seymour S.
Rosen.
"The people of Israel and the
existence of the entire Jewish
homeland is now very much in
danger." said Mr Rosen. "There
is no question that we can do a
great deal to assure the survival
of Israel, as well as of Jews in
danger here and in other parts
of the world.
?Rabbi Lipschitz having fust
RABBI MAX LIPSCHITZ
returned from Israel, will relate
the situation to us first-hand,"
Rosen added. "I'm sure each
member of our congregation will
want to join us for this vitally
important event "
Interfaith Seminar Tuesday
On 'The Family In Crisis'
The National Conference of
Christians and Jews, in collabora-
tion with the churches and syna
gogues of the area, will hold an
interfaith meeting at Temple
Beth Am, 5950 N. Kendall Dr.,
on the general subject of, "The
Family in Crisis" from 9:00 a.m.
to 1:00 p.m. Tuesday.
Keynote speaker at 9:15 a.m.
will be Dr. Lynn Carmichael,
head of the Department of Fam
ily Medicine at the University of
Miami. The grour will then
break up into four seminars.
Titles of the seminars, and
panel participants are: (1) "Mar-
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Rev. Ann Cordray, Mental Health
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chiatrist, and Dr. Bettina Menzcl.
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dent: Dr. John Few, Minister 1st |
United Methodist Church of
South Miami, and Dr. Eve Me-
Xananvy, Psychologist.
Marcia Reisman is chairman of
th" planning committee, which
includes Brenda Shapiro, of the
American Jewisn Committee; I
Dorothea Reaves and Joan Gross, [
of Protestant Social Services, j
Inc.; Rev. Fr. David Russell.!
Msgr. John Nevins and Frank
Magrath of National Conference;
of Christians and Jews, and Lori
Miller, Mary Lou McDevitt and
Miriam Chcrkas.
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obtained from the office of the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews, 906 Dupont Plaza
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Dates for the next year's sec-
ond annual Miami Beach Festi
vul of the Arts have been set for
Feb. 6, 7. and 8. outside the Mi-
ami Beach Convention Cental
along Jackie (Ileasoii Drive, ac-
i rd 03 to Mrs. Pearl Kipnis,
Festival chairman.
The Festival for visual and
performing arts will be included
in this area's Bicentennial activi-
ties.
Members of the Miami Bead:
Fine Ans soard, who have al-
ready begun advance planning
for I'"' e-'>-' JT-lnde "rs fin.
nis, .Mrs. Sheila Hollo, Mrs. Mail
lyn Meyerson, Mrs. Rieta Euster,
Mrs. Sophie Primak, Mrs. Nancy
Newman, Mrs. Evelyn Spitalny,
Mrs. Carol Fryd and Mrs. Claire
Paul.
Artists who wish to display
their work should write to the
City of Miami Beach Fine Arts
Board, P.O. Bin 39000. Miami
Beach, Florida 33139, for appli-
cation blanks next month. Dead-
line for submission of slides will
be Nov. 15.
The American Physicians Fellowship Incorporated for
Israel Medical Association sponsored its second an-
nual Mid-Winter Assembly coordinated by national board
members Samuel Gertncr, executive vice president of
Mount Sinai Medical Center, and Arkadi Rywlin, M.D.,
director of Laboratory and Pathology at Mount Sinai Feb.
26-28 at trie Sonesta Leach Hotel, Key Biscayne. This
seminar brought non-resident fellows of the Israel Medi-
cal Association together to canvass the latest advances in
the world of medicine. One of the highlights of the semi-
nar chaired by Dr. Rywlin was the emphasis on the
Israeli Institute of Medical History which, when com-
pleted, will include a Library of Medical History, a Mu-
seum of Medial History and a Health Museum.
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knc of the best known among Jewish-
American patriots was Haym Salo-
monthe financier who helped raise
money to carry on the American
Revolution and later, save our emerging nation
from economic collapse.
Born in Poland. Salomon came to America to
seek his fortune, reaching New York in 1772.
Proficient in several languages, he also pos-
sessed an unusual knowledge of finance, having
many contacts among Luropcan bankers.
In America. Salomon achieved success as a
trader and allied himself with the Revolution-
ary effort, by joining the Sons of Liberty. Late
in 1776. he was twice arrested for his activities
and imprisoned by the British. Fortunately, he
managed to escape execution both times.
For the next two years, while free and con-
ducting "business as usual," Salomon helped
American and French prisoners escape and
encouraged soldiers to desert to the American
forces. In July, 1777 he was married to Rachel
Franks. But in 1778. about to be arrested as a
spy, he escaped to Philadelphia. There, he soon
re-established himself by selling bills of
exchange. In June, 1781, Robert Morris, the
Superintendent of Finance, engaged Salomon to
help with the young country's finances. He nego-
tiated all the loans raised in France and Holland,
pledging his personal faith and fortune, and per-
sonally advanced large sums to such men as
James Madison, Thomas Jefferson, and other
patriotic leaders who testified that without his
aid they could not have carried on in the cause.
Salomon died in January. 1785. at the age of
45. His fortune had been devoured equipping
military units, paying foreign agents and the
salaries of government officials, and aiding
many members of his own family. He left only
a modest estate to his young wife and four
children.
But Haym Salomon left a far larger legacy. The
memory of a lifetime of dedication, loyalty and
altruism to his family, to his friends and to his
country. In 1941. an impressive statue of
(Icorge Washington, flanked by Haym Salomon
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Friday, March 7 *
KENNETH AND M iXINE SCHWARTZ
Temple Sinai Of No, Dade To
Honor Mr. and Mrs. Schwartz
Kenneth and Maxine Schwartz
will be honored at a special din-
ner for the entire congregation
of Temple Sinai of North Dade
Sunday. March 16.
Mr rtt is president of
the congregation, and an i
leader of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish n'l 1975 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Ford
A memb r if 'he Federav
I : '.: diieiluis, Mr. S
serves as North Dade CIA-IEF
c.iairman. Mr- .Seh'-vartz is Norn
Dade Campaipi Coordinator for
Federatior = Women's Division.
dinner will take place a'.
the temple. 13801 N'F 22nd Ave..
imi Reach. <.' 7:30 r> m
A 6:30 p.m cocktail reception
will precede the dinner. _,
Leading the arrangements com-
mittee are Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Podhurst and Temple Sinai's
spiritual leader Rabbi Ralph P.
K.-._-
Special guet speaker for the
event will be form?r CBS News
correspondent Robert M. Evans,
whose wide experience includes
extensive news coverage in
Europe and Israel. Mr. Evans
: on behalf of the 1975
CJA-IEF.
Information on attendance at
the even: mtv b? obtained
through Mr. KabBan at the Fed-
>n, or by contacting Temple
Sir.ai.
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New York. NT fittehak Hil-
desheimer. Secretary General of
the Worl i Ezra Youth Movement.
arrived last week from Kibbutz
Sha'a.vim. in order to encourage
l of families and young or-
thodox people to Kibbutzim of
idath Israel and especi-
ally to Kibbutz Sha'ahim.
v.: imer. who serves
also r of the I
daily newspaper. Shearim." said
almost 4" families have already
applied to join Kibbutz Sha'al-
m are already
living there. Besides this, many
young people over the aee of 13
have applied to join the next
Ulpan in Kibbutz Shaalvim.
which starts Aug. 20.
Inquiries about the above proj-
ect can be addressed to Mr Hil-
desheimer at Poale Agudath Is-
rael 156-5th Ave.. New York.
NY. Room 811.
Mr. Hildesheimer will also try'
to encourage families to join the
Moshav of Modi'in in the area of
Ben Gurion Airport.
"I believe that in this period,
when Aliya is at a low point, it
is the task of orthodox Jewish
-people to do their utmost to en-
courage young religious people
and families to set an example
and go on Aliya and especially
to join the Orthodox Kibbutzim,
and Moshavim. he said.
Ner Taiiiic 1 Bazaar
Sunday. Monday
Ner Tamid Sisterhood will hold
its annual Bazaar Sunday and
Monday in the temple's Sklar
Auditorium. 7902 Carlyle Ave..
Miami Beach.
A chicken dinner will be serv-
ed at 5:30 p.m. Sunday. Tickets
are available at the temple's of-
fice: none will be sold at the
donr. I unch will he served both
iic is invited.
Chairman is Mrs Sol Dwork.
vice :: co-chairing are
Mrs. Abe Zimmerman and
Reiva Levin? SDons'. >
r i- Mrs. Y- ette -
Louis Cohen :ood
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Conferences in Jerusalem
The Tenth International Con-
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problems connected with the care
of older people in modern soci-
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for the Jewish blind will take
place in Jerusalem beginnins
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Lodge To 'Roast
Joseph H. Murray
fnral Cables Lodge. B'nai
3 i-ith. will hold its annual in-
ition Saturday at 7:30 p.in
JOSEPH MURRAY '
\n the Holiday Inn. 2051 LeJeune
Id.
A- part of the entertainment
Bnd festivities, Joseph Murray,
Rational B'nai B'rith District No.
Youth Commissioner. Dast pres-
ident of the lodge and officer of
|he State and District B'nai
3'rith. will be "roasted."
Participating in the "roast"
trill he members of many organi-
sations with which Mr. Murray is
Involved, including the South
)ade Hebrew Academy, where he
Serves on the board of directors;
[iami To Observe
>RT Day Mar. 19
With the theme that "we must
bring life to education, and edu-
cation to life," members of Wom-
en's American ORT's Southeast
ern Florida Region in Miami will
Bbserve ORT Day 1975 Wednes-
day. March 19, Mrs. William
|(Esther) Belfer, vice president
and membership Coordinator, an-
nounced.
Miami Beach Mayor Harold
tosen and Dade County Mayor
steve Clark and civic officials
from coast to coast will issue of-
ficial proclamations paying trib-
ute to the worldwide vocational
education and training program
ORT, the world's largest non-
vernmental training program.
Irs. Belfer said that her or-
Inization "will not only step up
Its efforts on behalf of the global
vocational training program of
)RT overseas but will work to
Irevitalize vocational education in
|the United States.
"Educators here," she said,
I "have not kept pace with the
(technological revolution. We
[would like to see to it that every
Ichild is ready for real life when
|he finishes school.
"We of Women's America ORT
vant a shift in attitude towards
Kocational education so that
arents come to the realization
it is not only for the disad-
aged and underachievers -
St for all who want and need
It," Mrs. Belfer added.
Irs. Max Matzkin Honored
Juest At Cocktail Party
Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, presi-
dent of the Miami Beach Chap-
ter of Hadassah, has announced
that a cocktail party will be
Mid in the home of Mrs. Zelda
iiau Sunday under the chair-
nanship of Mrs. Irving London
ind Mrs. I. D. Shapiro.
Those attending the 3:30 5:30
event will have the opportunity
to meet Mrs. Max Matzkin, na-
tional president of Hadassah.
yjio will bring the latest inside
prmation on Israel, its prob-
and needs.
B'nai Israel and Greater Miami
Youth Synagogue, an Orthodox
congregation he is currently serv
ing as president; and the BBYO.
where he served as vice president
of the local adult board of di-
rectors and president of the State
of Florida adult board.
Participants in the "roast" will
will also include Chief Harry
Hearns and Sgt. Robert Weiss of
the Virginia Gardens Police De-
partment, where Mr. Murray
serves as an auxiliary officer, as
well as his employers and lodge
brothers, Sol Schreiber and Fred
Chekanow of Barnett's Office
Supply. Also present will be his
wife, Maria, and five sons.
Acting as master of ceremonies
and "roastmaster" will be Stan-
ley (Jerry) Miller, who has spent
many hours coordinating the
event. Information and tickets
may be secured by contacting
Herb Schurowitzz.
The first Sisterhood Bat Mitzvah class at
Beth David Congregation was comprised
of 26 women; the celebrants participated
in a ceremony there Saturday, March 1.
Included in the class were 1st row: (from
left to right) Mesdames Lucille Altcrman,
Bibi Fishman, Sheila Chabrow, Irene
Sholk, Madelyn Saul; Sondra Rosner. 2nd
row: Maria Millheiser, Roberta Shevin,
Pam Emmer, Cindy Gold, Jan Shostak,
Rose Oroshnik, Priscilla Adler, Elayne
Tendrich, Mildred Covin, Clair Mills;
3rd row: Andrea Winter, Diane Bailey,
Barbara Falbaum, Gloria Friedman, Bar-
bara Nabutovsky, Golda Siegel, Velma
Papier, Mitzi Weiss, Lillian Beer and Bet-
ty Lipson. Behind them are their teach-
ers, Cantor William W. Lipson (left) Louis
Gadon and Rabbi Sol Landau.
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PJenisr fkridi&r
Friday, March 7, 1975
Joan Ziegler Exchanges Votes
With Dr. William Ditkotvskv
Mr. and Mrs. Alian L. Zieg'.er
of M:air.i announce the marriage
.augliter. Joan, to Dr.
WiHiaa A. Ditkowsky. son of
Dr sod Mr- Samuel Ditkowsky
of Cyra! oabbs
The wedding took place in the
Grand Bahroom of the Sheraton
Four Ambassadors Hotel Sunday.
March -'. Rabbi Herbert Baum-
gard o.' Temple Beth Am offi-
ciated.
Ruthi Whitman served as maid
of honor; Mrs. Ellen Ziegler and
Mrs Eetie Ziegler were brides-
maids. Kenneth Ditkowsky was
best man. Dr. Jan Laurence Zieg-
ler. Dr. Gary- Stuart Ziegler and
Drew Thompson ushered.
Miss Ziegler attended the Uni-
ver-:;y of Florida for her ASM
ciate of Arts Degree and received
her ART. degree at the Re-
search Hospi'al and Medical
Center in Kansas City. Mo She
is Medical Records Librarian
and Supervisor of Medical Rec-
ords at 1ft Sinai Medical Center
Dr. Ditkowsky is a graduate of
the University of Miami and the
University of Miami School of
Medicine. A surgical resident at
MRS. WILLIAM DITKOWSKY
Jackson Memorial Hospital, he is
a member of Phi Kappa Phi
honor fraternity and Alpha Kap-
pa Kappa medical fraternity.
After a honeymoon in Acapul-
co. Mexico, the newlyweds will
reside in Miami.
(rale Garber, Howard Finkelstein
Married In March 1 Ceremonies
Rabbi Zev Leff and Rabbi
Sheruin Stauber officiated at
the Deativille Hotel ceremonies
which united Gale Garber and
Howajd Finkelstein in marriage
Saturday. March 1, at 9:30 p.m.
A reception for the newlyweds
follow e 1 at the hotel.
The new Mrs. Finkelstein,
daughter of Mr. imi Mrs. Harold
Garter. 1040 NE 212th Terr-
North Miami Beach, was edu-
cated at Norland and North Mi-
ami Beach Senior High Schools
and at Miami-Dade Junior Col-
lege. Her husband, a graduate of
Mesh ta Hebrew Theological Col-
lege. is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Finkelstein, 901 NE
179th Terr., North Miami Beach.
Mrs. Linda Shaver served her
sister as matron of honor, Netta
Rosen was maid of honor; the
bridegroom's brother, Mark
Finke.'stein. served as best man
and ushers included Glenn Gar-
ber. Richard Shaver, Paul
Schneiweiss. Bruce Fishbein,
Jeff Fishbein. Jeff Green. Fleck
Samueison and Bob Barshak.
Mr. and Mrs. Finkelstein will
make their home at 14699 NE
18th Ave., North Miami Beach,
after a honeymoon in Nassau.
Anyone with information
concerning the whereabouts
of the following persons,
plea k- call:
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Seymour (Simon) Weinherg,
born 1916 Riga or L'.epaja,
Latvia
A friend of this person is
searching for him.
Charles and Eva Ziselman,
arrived from Cuba 6/9/67.
A relative of this couple is
seeking to contact them.
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By RABBI DR. SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is a Jew forbidden to
have any leavening or leav-
ening products in his hum '
during Passover week?
The Bible i Exodus 12:17) ex-
pressly forbids this.
Some commentaries indicate
that this represents the Exodus
from Egypt in the sense that the
Jews left in such a hurry' they
could not wait for the dough in
their bread to be leavened.
Others claim that one might
be tempted to eat leavening or
leavened products if they were
to be found in the home. In addi-
tion, leavening has been consid-
ered symbolic of undesirable
traits.
Some say that it represents a
sense of pride and haughtiness
because it makes the dough rise
and inflates it to a larger size
than it really is. During Passover,
a Jew should be humble enough
to remember that his ancestors
were once slaves in Egypt.
Others say that the leavening
has a souring effect and. thus,
represents a a sense of antag-
onism and revenge. Jewish memo-
ries of the enslavement in Egypt
are not supposed to bring about
a feling of desire for revenge.
The Jew is supposed to be
thankful for tthe Almighty's in-
tervention and should not seek to
oppress others because of His
own history of oppression There
are some who claim that leaven-
ing represents stern judgment
and a Jew understands that judg-
ment must be tempered with
mercy.
Why is a roasted egg placed
on the Seder plate on Pass-
over?
Some claim that this repre-
sents the general festival sacri-
fice which was roasted (chagi-
gah).
Others claim that the shape of
the egg. which is round and
which represents eternity, caused
it to be used on the Seder plate.
Such an egg is eaten by mourners.
Since the first day of Passover
falls on the same day of the week
as the Fast of Tisha B'Ab and the
latter commemorates the destruc-
tion of the Temple, the joy of the
Passover is tempered w ith the re-
minder of the destruction of the |
Temple. Hence, the egg is used
like it is in mourning.
There are also those who claim!
that the eeg is eaten because it
indicates the coming of a new era.
jujst as the egg represents the'
birth of a new life. There is a:
tradition that the Messiah will |
come during the Passover month.
bringing in the new era. Thus, the :
egg is placed on the plate in an-
ticipation of the new era.
Some claim also that the egg i
represents the resistance of the
Jewish people to destruction. The
more an egg is boiled in water, thej
harder it gets. Likewise, the more
the Jew is subjected to suffering,
the tougher he becomes.
Indeed, the oonression of the
Jew which was intended tj destrov '
. him, has. on the contrary, actual';-
I strengthened his conviction' and
toughened his endurance. Hence.
i the egg is placed on the Seder
1 plate.
Speaker At THereth Israel
Israeli Selma Bloom will be
the featured speaker on Friday
at 8:15 p.m. at Temple Tifereth
Israel. Mrs. Bloom, a psychia-
tric social worker, is coming to
Florida as pan of nationwide
"Aliyah Programs" sponsored by
the Israel Aliyah Center.
South Dade Hebrew Academy
Presenting The King Family
The King Family, starring the
famous singing King Sisters and
the members of the King Family,
was to appear at Miami Beach
Auditorium Thursday at 8 p.m.
with the South Dade Hebrew
Academy, the southwest's largest
Judaeo-English all-day school, lo-
cated at 1801 SW 74th Ave., as
sponsor.
"Featured along with the King
Sisters on the show of song,
dance and lighthearted humor
will be their children, husbands,
cousins and nephews." said Ken
Click, chairman of the event,
"and we have a beautiful, unfor-
gettable evening that promises to
make you believe that once more
aU"s right with the world!''
The South Dade Hebrew
Academy, which encompasses
preschool through junior high
and is a beneficiary' agency of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration has doubled its enroll-
ment this year since moving to
its new, 3 acre. 15-classroom fa-
cility.
"Proceeds derived from this
event wi',1 go a long way towards
our building campaign," said Dr
Melvyn Greenstein. president of
Youth Chorale
At Beth Torah
The 40-voice Beth Abraham
Youth Chorale from Dayton.
Ohio, w'll be featured in the
final presentation of Beth Torah
Congregation's eighth annual cul-
tural series. Thursday, March 13,
at 8:30 p.m.
The award winning choir,
which is under the direction of
Cantor Jerome B. Kopmar. has
traveled more than 17.000 miles
on concert tour during the past
two years and participated in
the International Folklore Fes-
tival in Tel Aviv.
The concert will take place at !
the temple: tickets are available
in advance or at the door.
Film Opera Assn. Benefit
"Giuseppi Verdi," a two-hour
motion picture in technicolor
filmed at the Rome Opera House,
will be presented at the Miracle
Theater in Coral Gables in a
special two-day engagement Mon
day and Tuesday as a fund-rais-
ing project to benefit the Greater
Miami Opera Association. Scenes
from eight operas and more than
20 arias, are heard during the
film.
the Academy.
"We have an enrollment of 160
at present and the ad.
i.-tration indicates an increase to
between 200-250 for next year-
he continued, "so we must begin
immediately an expansion of on-
present facilities to accommodate
the influx of new stud
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Newly elected officers of the Southeast Region United
Synagogue of America include (from left to right) Jules
Haberman, Congregation Ohev Shalom, Orlando, secre-
tary; Gerald Cohen of Ahavath Achim Congregation,
Atlanta, Ga., vice president; Rabbi Seymour Friedman,
executive director, Southeast Region of United Syna-
gogue of America; Joseph Golden of Beth Torah Congre-
gation, North Miami Beach, president; Henry Sender of
We*t End Synagogue, Nashville, Tenn., vice president;
Judne Arthur Winton of Beth Torah Congregation, North
Miami Beach, vice president; Dr. Howard Oser of Tem-
ple Israel, Orlando, vice president; Joseph Kleiman of
Temple Sinai, Hollywood, (not shown) was elected treas-
urer. Elections took place during the Biennial Conven-
tion of the United Synagogue of America held in Gatlin-
berg, Tenn., last November.
Financial Federal Offering
$6,000 In Music Scholarships
Financial Federal Savings and
Loan Association will offer $6,000
in music scholarships, an in-
crease of $1,000 over last year,
in its 1975 Music Showcase
competition.
Financial Federal President
Miiton Weiss said the scholarship
fund for the third annual compe-
tition has again been increased
because of the overwhelming re-
Congregation
Installs Its
New Officers
Congregation Beth Israel, cen-
tral Miami Beach Orthodox Syn-
agogue, announces the election
of its new officers, trustees and
honorary trustees for 1975.
Newly elected honorary trus-
tees are Max Gutmann, who re-
mains an effective operations di-
rector of the synagogue and Mi-
chael Jacobovits, former secre-
tary.
Elected as trustees for the
coming year are Messrs. Jack
Bash, Perry Ciment, Kmanuel
Edelstein, Moses J. Grundwerg,
Dr. Irwin Makovsky, Josh Re-
phun. Daniel Retter, Harold
Tokayer and Samuel Waldman.
In addition to serving as trus-
tees, Jack Bash will be president,
Dr. Irwin Makovsky, vice presi-
dent. Emanuel Edelstein, treas-
urer and Daniel Retter, secre-
tary.
Sunday evening at the Forte
Towers, the congregation install-
ed its new officers and board of
trustees. Rabbi Dr. William K.
Herskowitz, spiritual leader of
Greystone Jewish Center, Yonk-
ers, N.Y., spoke on behalf of the
newly created Bernard J. Hers-
kowitz Youth Center of Congre-
gation Beth Israel.
The new center will cater to
the needs of hundreds of young
people of all ages.
Mrs. Finkelstein
Forum Speaker
"Problems of Community Re-
lations" will be the topic of dis-
cussion at Temple Beth Am's
Brotherhood Breakfast Forum
Sunday at 9:30 a.m. in the Youth
Lounge.
Speaker will be the chairman
of the Dade County Community
Relations Board, Mrs. Audrey
Finkelstein.
In addition to her work in com-
munity relations, Mrs. Finkel-
stein is involved in a host of pub-
lic service activities and does
broadcast work on both radio and
TV. ..*
sponse from the community and
the interest in the program from
young musicians from through-
out the United States.
THE INITIAL Showcase of-
fered at total of $2,500 in scholar-
ships,. Weiss said. Last year's
competition was for $5,000,
double the original amount.
The four winners in the 1975
competition wil. receive grants of
$1,000 each, with the grand prize
winner awarded an additional
scholarship of $2,000, he said.
Preliminary competition is di-
vided into the categories of
voice, piano, strings and wind/
brass. Instrumentalists must be
25 years old or less, while vo-
calists must be 27 years old or
less.
COMPETITION in the indi-
vidual categories is scheduled for
September, with the winners in
each category competing with a
Candace Martin And
Robert Korn Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Martin, 2371
NE 193rd St.. North Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter. Candace, to
Robert Korn, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Korn of Ft. Lauderdale.
Candace, a graduate of Linden
High School and Cornell Univer-
sity, is now manager of new ac
counts for Burdine's Department
Store.
Robert, a graduate of Cornell
University and Fordham Law
School, is an attorney with the
firm of Bernstein, Hadsdon and
Tannen of Miami.
The wedding is planned for
May 26.
symphony orchestra in a free
public concert in October for the
f.rand prize.
Joseph Naughton, director of
public relations and advertising
for Financial Federal, said the
competition was begun,two years
ago as a means of providing ex-
posure and financial support to
deserving young musicians, BS
well as offering cultural event;
for community residents at no
cost.
"AS WE MOVE into the third
year of the Music Showcase, we
feel that this has now truly be-
come a national competition,"
Naughton said. "Our increased
scholarship fund should enable
us to attract an even wider range
of young musicians in 1975.
He pointed out that more than
3.000 persons attended the finals
competition last year at the Mi-
ami Beach Auditorium which was
won by 20-year-old violinist Peter
Zazofsky, a former Miami resi-
dent currently studying at the
Curtis Institute of Music in Phil-
adelphia. The initial competition
was won by Marilyn Maingart.
who was also a student at the
Curtis Institute.
OTHER FINAL contestants
over the past two years have
come from Juilliard School of
Music, Mann-.'tan School of
Music, the University of Miami
and the Tampa Symphony Or-
chestra.
Music students wishing to par-
ticipate in the 1975 competition
should write for an apDlication
to Music Showcase, Public Rela-
tions Department, Financial Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Associa-
tion, 401 Lincoln Rd., Miami
Beach. Florida 33139.
Noted Jewish author Meyer Levin ("The Settlers") com-
pares notes with Greater Miami Jewish Federation Wom-
en's Division Miami Beach Campaign Coordinator Mrs.
Donald Lefton. Mr. Levin and Mrs. Lefton both appeared
at a recent meeting of Women's Division Patrons from
Miami Beach. Among the leaders gathered were (stand-
ing, left to right): Mrs. Michael Goldstein, Mrs. Irving
Lehrman and Mrs. Robert Krinzman. _^
Voters Inc. Meets Tuesday
Florida State Representative
Paul B. Steinberg, Miami Beach
Councilman Dr. Leonard Haber,
and Dade County Clerk Richard
(Dick) Brinker will be the guest
speakers at an ODen meeting of
Voters Incorporated Tuesday at
8 p.m. in the Washington Fed-
eral at 1234 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Harry Levy, pres-
ident of the organization, will
moderate
Dr. K. K. Ratzan
Joins Staff Of
Medical Center
Kenneth R. Ratzan, M.D.. has
joined Mount Sinai Medical
Center a the Chief of the Di-
vision of Infectious Diseases.
Prior to joining the medical
center. Dr. Ratzan was the Chief
of Infectious Diseases Section of
Miami's VA Hospital. *
Dr. Ratzan has served as a Fel-
low, Infectious Disease and as a
Chief Resident of Infectious Dis-
eases at Tufts New England Med-
ical Center in Boston. Mass.; as
Chief of the Hepatitis Surveil-
lance Unit while an Epidemic In-
telligence Service Officer in the
CDC, Atlanta. Ga.; and as an In-
tern and Assistant Resident in
Internal Medicine in Columbia-
Presbyterian Medical Center of
New York.
A Magna Cum Laude graduate
of both the Harvard Medical
School and Amherst College, Dr.
Ratzan had been the recipient of
numerous awards, including Phi
Beta Kappa. Sigma Xi and Alpha
Omega Alpha.
In addition to his responsibili-
ties at Mount Sinai Medical Cen-
ter, he serves as Assistant Pro-
tesSMf of Medicine and Pediatrics
at the University of Miami School
of Medicine.
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Bad News: There are One Out of Three Mixed Marriages Among Jews
I'HE BAD news is that one out of every three mar-
riages in which an American Jew is involved is to
a non-Jew.
The good is that many of the non-Jews who marry
Jews convert to Judaism. The percentage may be as
high as 50.
In any event, a throng of newcomers is entering
the Jewish fold.
SYNAGOGUE AND Sisterhood presidents, UJA
and fraternal leaders, and spouses of Jewish organiza-
tional heads by the dozens are converts to
Judaism.
This is one of the most unusual stories never
fully told.
IKabbi Samuel
SiU
er
There are some rabbis who are urging the launch-
ing of a Jewish missionary movement, actively to bring
non-Jews into the faith.
ONE OF them is a distinguished rabbi who has
done much work for the American Jewish community.
He is Dr. Max Eichhorn, for many years on the staff
of the Jewish Welfare Board and now. in retirement,
ministering to a congregation in Satellite Beach, Fla.
Dr. Eichhorn has Jiut written a startling book
which I urge you to read. Its called "Jewish Inter-
marriages: Fact and Fiction," and you can get it from
vour own synagogue library.
IN THE book. Rabbi Eichhorn has packed many of
his own ideas about the issue of intermarriage and also
an enormous amount of intriguing data which he has
accumulated over the course of several decades.
As Rabbi Bertram Korn writes in the preface of
this book, the volume gives us a chance to observe a
man "struggling for truth and human dignity."
You wont have to struggle to read the book; it'll
be a delight.
92,/
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*^ecial
Contemporize
Jewish Study

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*T ring portion of the Passover Seder. It reminds us of Israel's
centralijty in Jewish life and its importance in the Jewish con-
sciousness.
It was with this in mind that the American Association for
Jewish Education, in keeping with its philosophy to "contemporize"
Jewish school curricula, published an innovative series of class-
room texts which presented divergent views on major issues con-
fronting Israel.
WITH NO little trepidation. There were fears that the 10-
unit study program, titled Viewpoint, might be a bit too daring
for the Jewish high school audience at which it was aimed.
Reason: Its content touched on such thorny problems as state-
religion controversies, the "rights" of Palestinian refugees, and
whether priorities should be set between immigrant absorption
and raising the standard of living of Israel's deprived peoples.
MOREOVER, the series has been employed in Jewish camps
and adult study groups, utilized in Catholic parochial schools and
had eight of its texts included in the New York City Board of
Educations Approved Textbook list for use in social studies courses
in area high schools.
Which only means that Viewpoints is achieving what it set out
to do: present a balanced selection of fact and commentary on
contemporary issues facing Israel, rather than advocate categorical
or partisan approaches to various areas of study.
The AAJE selected this format, because young people will no
longer accept dogmatic, force-fed conclusions from an adult es-
tablishment whose authority they're prone to challenge and whose
motives, rightly or wrongly, they frequently find suspect.
JUST AS the average teenager would question the legitimacy
of a course on contemporary American life that failed to mention
the pressures of the economic crunch or newly-accepted mores of
lifestyles, so the Jewish teenager would question the legitimacy of
a course on modern Israel that excluded or glossed over such issues
as the treatment of Israel's Arab minority or the disposition of
territories taken in wars with the Arabs.
The series draws on religious, historic, cultural, sociological
and geopolitical material to provide a comprehensive perspective
on contemporary events unlike most curricula in the area, which
are almost exclusively "oast-centered."
FOR THIS reason Viewpoints can be used effectively by the
imaginative teacher in helping students understand day-to-day
developments.
The 10 books in the series speak to the nature of the series'
Content. They are:
"Why a Jewish State," which telescopes the events from Bib-
lical times to the present that provide the historical justification
for a Jewish national entity; "The Roots of the Arab-Israeli Con-
flict," which describes the vision of Israel's pioneers in creating
a new lifestyle.
ALSO, "Israel on the World Scene," which analyzes the foreign
policy actions and potential future alternatives of Israel and
other nations as related to the Middle East; "Coming of Age in
Israel," which presents a selective tableau of Israel youth from
various ethnic, economic and religious backgrounds; and "The
Jewish State and the Jewish Religion," which surveys the issues
and conflicts arising from the endeavor to establish a modern
democratic state based on precepts of Jewish law and tradition.
And, "The Arab Minority," which probes the problems con-
fronting Israel and its attempt to integrate a growing Arab popu-
lation into the economic and social fabric of a Jewish state; "Israel,
Your Neighbor and You," which treats the attitudes of U.S. re-
ligious, ethnic and political groups towards Israel and the factors
that contribute to these attitudes; "Swords Into Ploughshares
Ethics of War and Peace," which explores Jewish ethical con-
cepts towards warfare and non-violence as they apply to Israel's
military conduct, and "Aliyah," which describes Jewish immigra-
tion to Israel in all of its aspects.
JUST AS Passover remains relevant and meaningful to the
Jewish people more than 3,000 years after the Exodus, so the
Viewpoints Series is intended to make Israel relevant and mean-
ingful to the Jewish student. This, we hope, will help instill in
him a feeling for the Jewish State all his life.
S
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man
flTTA SERENY is an investigative journalist.
* She traveled over half the world to com-
plete research on the life of Franz Stangl, the
Conner Kommandant of the Treblinka extermina
tion camp.
Her book, "Into That Darkness" (New York,
McGraw Hill Book Co., $9.95, 380 pages) is
more than the life story of that man.
STANGI. ESCAPED from an Austrian
prison via the "Vatican Escape Route" and went
to Syria. Later he moved to Brazil from where
he was extradited to Germany. He was tried and
convicted for the murder of 900,000 men, women
and children.
The author interviewed his family, friends
and former SS associates. Finally, she inter-
viewed him in the jail where he was serving his
sentence of 30 years.
The interviews lasted 90 hours. Stangl died
on the day following the completion of the in-
terviews,
GITTA SERENY Hoffman reveals that the
Vatican knew in advance of the Nazi "euthanasia"
and that Pope Pius XII had complete knowledge
of the Nazi atrocities. "Into That Darkness:
From Mercy Killings to Mass Murder" is a per
ceptive, compelling book that is enriched by the
author's style and the photographs. .
"Anya," by Susan F. Schaeffer (New York,
Macmillan Co., $8.95), is a gargantuan novel, 489
pages, that is actually longer since the pages
Holocaust Literature
- Fact and Fiction
have more than the usual number of lines, para
graphing is longer than is customary, and con
versations are not broken up by being on separate
lines fir different speakers.
THE STYLE of the author, an associate pro
fessor of English, is reminiscent of Dostayevsky.
"Anya" is her =etond novel. The book is written
in *ho first nerson and is the account of the
protigoiiW* life from childhood to age 52.
Anya .vas the daughter of a well-to-do Jew
i-h family who had lived in Poland. She studied
to be a doctor, married, bore a daughter and then
came the Nazi invasion of Poland.
Tragedy is then heaped upon tragedy. The
author is a master of detail. The advantage o!
this style is that one empathizes with Anya, but
this causes thp pace to often fall to a crawl.
THE LONG arm of coincidence appears at
too convenient times to extricate the heroine
The book is good, but if I must read about the
Hoioeauct. I prefer Elie Wiesel. .
"Remember the Days" by Milton Meltzei
(New York. Doubleday Zenith Books. $3.95. 114
pages), is labeled a short history of the Jewish
American. Actually the author has attempted,
poorly at times, to create a complete history of
the Jews.
Mention is made of the Holocaust, but the
author reneats many of the stereotype errors.
as forgetting that Jews came to Poland at the
invitation of King Casmir and not because of
persecution.
<~/lerbert
JZuft
The Heroic Storv of Hannah Senesh
Being Set for Hollywood Cameras
Page -B *Jewisli flcric/ism Friday, March 7, 1975
11ANNAH SENESH, the Hungarian-born Jewish
heroine who sacrificed her life during World
War II vainly trying to free one million Jews
trapped by the Nazis in her native country, will
appear on the screen in a motion picture to be
produced by First Artists Productions, as was
announced by Phil Feldman, the newly appointed
president of the company owned by five stars,
Barbara Streisand, Paul Newman, Sidney Poitier,
Dustin Hoffman and Steve McQueen.
Each one of the film stars has been making
pictures independently through First Artists for
Warner Bros, release. The Hannah Senesh epic,
however, is being contemplated as an NBC
"Movie of the Week" to premiere as a network
TV show.
PHIL FELDMAN, a motion picture attorney
with twenty years of industry experience, has
been associated with the production of such films
as "The Wild Bunch" "The Way We Were," "For
Pete's Sake," "Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams."
He started his Hollywood career as producer
of Francis Ford Coppolas very first directorial
chore, "You're a Big Boy Now," in 1967. Feldman
made a brief screen apperance in Coppola's
"Godfather II," as a United States Senator on the
crime investigating committee.
FELDMAN REVEALS that Dustin Hoffman
is completing his first starring feature for "First
Artists" within a few months, based on the auto-
biographical book by Edmund Bunker about an
ex-convict trying to adapt himself to society,
somehow an extension of the character por-
trayed by Hoffman in "Papillon" a couple of
years ago.
Feldman also announces a new Barbra Strei-
sand film, "Gift Shop," based on the suspense
novel by Charlotte Armstrong, with Robert Ben-
ton, co-author of the screenplay.
David Newman is being considered as the
director.
Ms. Streisand, meanwhile, is completing pre-
production on the streamlined version of "A
Star Is Born," the second re-make of the yarn,
thereby following in the footsteps of Janet Gay-
nor and Judy Garland. .
BERT SCHNEIDER'S "Hearts and Minds."
the controversial documentary dealing with our
involvement in Vietnam and Cambodia, originally
made for Columbia, will be released theatrically
by Warner Bros, and has been selected for
Academy Award nomination.
Walt Rostow, national security advisor to the
late President Lyndon Johnson, who had been
interviewed by Peter Davis, the director of
"Hearts and Minds," claims that a selected por-
tion, out of context, was included in the docu-
mentary film footage somehow as a counterpoint
to the visual story.
HOWEVER, Warner Bros, decided to go
ahead with the release and with the entry for
"Oscar" consideration.
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March 7, 1975
*Mm^ fhrMMan
Page 9-B
h\ Gerald I. Wernick Recipient
[Of ;()nttaii(liiig Dentist Award9
r. Gerald I. Wernick, a past
Ident o! the Miami B
Society, and of the Flor-
(Society of Endodontists, i !
|y received the "Outstanding
fci-t Award" of the East Coast
Jfrict Dental Society.
^c award, presented annual!]
Hven tot appreciation and
Cognition for services" to I .
liety. which is composed i
pts in D;k1". Broward and
Ibe count
\V' .nick has served Hv(
k us secretary-treasurer i
frliirida Hoard of Dentist''
Hhairman of the illegal Prac
1 Committee of the Society
He i- a pa si chairman of the
Dentists Division of the c.i.a..
a member of tii- Budget Commit-
ultural Forum
leeting Mar. 19
le Dade County Hebrew
iral Forum will hold its
thh cultural meeting Wed
(day. March 19. at 1:30 p.m. in
American Savings Bank,
Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
\d floor).
a\'i Soshuk, tlu' !!iic-t speaker
^kpeak in Hebrew on "The
Hary Development in the
of Israel."
Mr. Soshuk is a graduate of the
^J.Y. University, Columbia Teach-
College and the Teachers
^fcrtment nf the Jewish Theo-
^Bal Seminary of America.
H>r many years the National
Hctor of the "Ramah" Bp speaking) Summer Camps
Hie United States and in Can
Mr. Soshuk is a member of
the Education Advisory Commis-
1 of the Greater Miami Jew-
^Federal ion.
n Segal, president, will pre
DR. GERALD I. WERNICK
tee of the Greater Miami Federa-
tion, and the former editor of the
American Association of Endo-
dontists.
Dr. Wernick is currently serv-
ing as president of the Boston
University School of Dentistry
Alumni Association, vice presi-
dent of the Miami Society of
Endodontists. president-elect of
the Miami Chapter of Alpha
Omega, chairman of Endodontic
Department of Mt. Sinai Hospi-
tal, cochairman of the Endodontic
Section of the Dade County Den-
tal Research Clinic, and consult-
ant to the V.A. Hospital.
A Diplomate of the American
Board of Endodontists, he is a
member of the East Coast Dental
Society Executive Committee.
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Florida Council of American Mizrachi Women bestowed
upon Prof. Seymour B. Liebman the coveted Bronze Me-
dallion Award for his distinguished contributions to
America-Israel friendship at a recent gala banquet in
the Fontainebleau Hotel. Sharing the dais with him were
U.S- Sen. Richard Stone, (left) Bess Jacobs, chairman of
the evening, and Jeanne Finkelstein, president of the
^Council.
Placed in Mental Asylum For
Seeking to Leave Soviet Union
Me Cuban Sephardic Congregation Sisterhood collected
\000 in Blue Box money for the redemption and reda-
ction work of the Jewish National Fund in Israel. Turn-
ing over the check to Zev IV. Kogan, president, Southern
Region of Jewish National Fund of America, are Mrs.
*ortiina Policoff and Mrs. Cali Maya, treasurer of the
Sisterhood, (left) and Mrs. Victoria Adoulh.
Three years ago, Boris Darash-
vili was a healthy man. Today,
the Student Struggle for Soviet
Jewry has revealed, he is in the
most notorious mental hospital in
the USSR, where Soviet ami n
tics arc Irving to break his mind
and body.
Darashvill was a simole man
from Tlblllsi who worked as a
laborer, one of the many Geor-
gian Jews who dreamed of u ting
to Israel.
HE AND his family received
exit visas in February, H)72.
About to depart, be entered a
store in .Moscow where he was
taunted by an anti-Semite.
Darashvili struck the anti-
Semite, was tried four months
later and sentenced to seven
years. Later, he was transferred
to the infamous Sichovka mental
___________________________
hospital, where both political
prisoners and the criminally in-
sane arc incarcerated.
In Sichovka, Darashvili is in a
ward 20 square meters large in
which 17 people have been
placed, many of them insane.
NO ONE is even allowed tc
leave the room. Jan Krilsky,
another Jewish prisoner held in
th" same ward after he applied
to emigrate end who is now in
Israel, told the SSS.I that at one
point Darashvili was chained to
his bed for 10 days, and has been
injected with mind-changing
drugs.
Darashvili's wife. Natalia, his
mother, sisters and brother have
appealed to President Ford, Vice
President Rockefeller. Soviet
party chairman Brezhnev and
Sen. Henry Jackson.
The SSSJ urges "all concerned
people" to cable and write Leo-
nid Brezhnev, Kremlin. Mo
USSR, demanding Darashvili's
release, and to write letters ,,:
support to his wife, Natalia.
their two children at Klebanov
Street 7 : Haifa. Israel.
"This is a classic case." a SSS.I
spokesman said, "of Soviet re-
pression of a Jew who only wish-
ed to be free "
LEGAl NOTiCE
Visually Handicapped Students ,4$.....
Brandeis Aided Through Trust Fund
WALTHAM, Mass. Visually
handicapped undergraduate and
graduate students at Bandeis Uni-
versity tire now aided through a
trust established at the univer-
sity by a Miami Beach woman.
Mrs. Irving Kushman has es-
tablished the trust as a memorial
to her late mother and sister.
Called The Evelyn Malmud
Joseph Memorial Scholarship
Fund." it was established with
funds provided by the estate of
Sophie Malmud, Mrs. Kushman's
mother, and memorializes Mrs.
Kushman's sister, Evelyn Malmud
Joseph.
Mrs. Malmud emigrated to the
United Slates from the Ukraine
in 1921. She was an active mem-
ber of many charitable organiza-
tions and was a founder of the
Miami Beach Hebrew Homes for
the Aged. A grandchild. Karen
Kushman, is a graduate of Bran-
Mrs. Kushman's sister. Evelyn,
died in 1961 at the age of 40 af-
ter an extended illness. She was
a poet, an accomplished pianist
and also participated in sports.
First recipient of the Joseph
Fund is Ms. Hoa T. Tran. a blind
Vietnamese freshman student a(
Brandeis.
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. 75-5136
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: Tin Marrlmre ol
ETHEL Ri >SK SOBEL.
Wife.
Mid
HERMAN SOBBL.
Iluslmnil
TC): MR, HERMAN SOBEL
167-10 I "i " l'lusliirilr. NMt Vnrk 11 .If,*'
YOU ARK HKI1KHY NOTIFIED
thai > i> action (or Dissolution 'if Mar-
riage has bean Hied against you and
you are reoulred to serve a com ol
your written defenses. If any, to it on
Kwitney, Kr.....i a.- Schelnberj, attor-
neys for Petitioner, whose addri
120 Lincoln Road, suite 512. Miami
Beach Florida SS139. and fit- Hi"
original with tin- clerk of tlu- above
styled court on or before March -';.
1975; otherw Ii a default "ill bi -
t.-r.-il aralnal you for thf relief de-
ed In the comolalni or petition.
This notice shall in- published each wei k for nan- consecutive weeks
in TIIK JEWISH FI.OIilDIA.V
WITNESS my hand ami the s.....f
said courl al Miami. Florida on tins
liili day of February, 1975.
RICHARD P. ItltlNKKR
As Clerk, Clrt nil Court
Dade County. Florida
Rv I. SNEEDEN
a- Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Beall
KWITNEY. KRI H' &
BCHEINBERO. P.A.
.....oln Road Suite r, 12
.Miami Reach, Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
., 2i .js
IN
Ms. Tran. whose interest is in
mathematics, was graduated first
in her class al the Perkins School
for the Blind in Watertown, Mass,
she has also won numerous priz-
es for scholarship and plans to
attend graduate school when she
completes her Brandeis studies TO: 55 Eato^Roa"
in 1978.
UCA1 NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
PURSUANT TO
FLORIDA STATUTES 49.021
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO.: 75-5,,51
ACTION TO APPOINT GUARDIAN
AD LITEM TO REPRESENT ALL
4-Slorv Addition
To Law School's
Library Planned
The l.ion law students and 40
faculty members in the Univer-
sity of Miami School of Law will
have a new four-story addition
to their library by next fall,
President Henry Kins Stanford
and Dean Soia Mentschikoff have
announced.
Preparations for construction
are already underway for the
building which will adjoin the
existing library and faculty of-
fice buildings off Memorial Drive UNKNOWNCLpEAARRT!rn|L1^ SU,T TO
on the Coral Cables main cam- miami blue river
pus. and should be completed in '^KM?' INC"
nine months. vs.
GERARD RUSSO and HELEN RUS-
Tlio now I lie new nniciure u uuw | those persons claiming under them:
and HAROLD MANASA a k I
HAROLD T. MANASA. a sinqle man.
his heirs and those persons claiminq
under him.
Defendants.
T( i: (IKK VKI) RUSSO and HE1 EN
Ki'ssi i. his \\ it.', their
all i' neraonf el mder
them: and mardi.d MAN ISA
a ii I HARt H.D T MANASA, a
cle man, his heir* anil those
pei sun- claiming under him.
(RESIDENCE I'NKNOW N)
Vul- ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
iii a. tti.ii t<. appoint .',a I lem i" represent all unl in vv n
in null to clear title on the
follow Ins doKci Ibed pi onerl t :
Lot 5, Block A. FIRST ADDITION
TO CORAI. WAV VILLAGE. SEC
TION A PART THREE, according
to the Plal thereof, ait recorded In
Book 61. :u Page ''". of the
Public Records of Dade County,
Florida:
has i.....n filed au'ainsi vii and you
are reaulred to serve b copy >>( your
writt. n di /enaea. ii any, to it *ii
OUILLERMO SOSTi'tllN ESQUIRE,
Attorney for Plaintiff whose address
Is no x.w. iL'th Avenue. Miami.
Florida, and file the original with the
Clerh of the above styled Court "ti
or before March 18, 1975; otherwise a
default will be rntorotl .iL-ainst vou
for the relief demanded In the Com-
plaint.
This notice shall !" published once
a week f'r fnur consecutive weeks
in the JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS m\' hand and seal "f
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION
No 75-4942
CEI I \ ARNOLD
Plaintiff
DORIS PERSH
I ii femlnnt
sible by a $600.00.0 hequest by the
late Baron dellirsch Meyer. U-M
trustee and law school benefac-
tor. Since total costs will be $1.5
million, additional gifts are now
being sought, Dr. Stanford said.
The present law library, one Of
the largest in the South, contains
more than 170,000 volumes, plac-
ing it 23rd in volume count
among the 158 accredited law
schools, according to Law Librari-
an Mario Goderich. The addition
will provide for another 230.000
books, for a total of 400,000,
which will put the U-M law
library in the top three per cent
in the country, he said.
Architect is Morris Lapidus As-
sociates of Miami Beach and New
York. Contractor is Frank J.
Rooney, Inc., of Miami.
The late Mr. Meyer, a Miami
Beach attorney and financier who
referred to U-M as his adopted
alma mater, received his bache-
lor's degree in 1920 from the L'ni- [975.
varsity of Wisconsin, and was a
1923 graduate of Harvard Law
School. He was the major donor
of the entire law complex and
served as a member of the U-M
Board of Trustees from 1955 to
the date of his death last June.
nslde, Pennsylvania
V..I- ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action has i.....n filed b
vou to remove your name from the
re.....I titli of [."nil NO, 7 in that
condominium d< ;;:;
i 'oi di ini. an a rloud
mi,.a ih, title of i "i lia Arnold. In
ihc abo> entitle i nuse and
reoulred to vt v n copy .a* you
wer t" the mnlalnl i......i Pla
u,.i nev, i in- ll s 107 IJn-
, .an Road, Mil ml Beach, I
3313(1 and fil. vour original am
Hi.- offli e I i Clerk of this Court
on ..i bi fore tin Zrtth day "f M i h.
i'.;:.. othem i b di fault will l"- en-
i, p-ed as-alnsl you.
Witness my hand and tin-
xnld Court, this 13th day of February.
RII HARD P. DRINKER
Clerk Circuit >'"Wt
11. County, Florida
B\ i. SNEEDEN
i tenut v Clerk
(Cln nil Com i Beall
1.28 1 : i
ill Court at Miami,
Florida. "" this I nil
Dadi
day
of
iu i ty,
Feb..
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
B) : .M KLIMINSKI
As Deputy Clark
(Circuit ourl Seal)
<;i ll I.ERMO SOSTCHIN. ESQUIRE
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
ioi N.W. l.th Avenue
Miami. Florida S3128 (SJ4-45BS)
! Jl-SS 3/7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 75-5377
NOTICE EJY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE IF
APRIL KOVACS.
in p.
RICH m':d a KOVACS.
Ri......
T< ': RICHARD A KOV MS
I 87th SI n i I
New Vork. \. V.
YOU: RICHARD A. KOVACS. nro
that a Petition for
l tlssolul Ion of Marriaai bei I ed
acalnsl you. and you are required to
si i a copy of your Answer or Plead-
Ina t" the Petition for Dissolution of
Mat rl n-i "ii the Petitioner's Atti
A lA'l.v S. caw'.v. I"" Blscayne
Boulevard, Miami Florida, and file
the orlslnal Answer or I'li-adine In
the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before thi- 2Sth day >f
March. 1975, It" you fall to 'I" to.
judgment i\- default "ill be taken
asralnst you for the relief demanded
in the Petition for Dissolution of Mar*
ruure.
This notice shall be mihlisheii once,
eai ti week for four consecutive weeks
in the Jew ish Florldlan.
E AND I IRDERED al Miami.
i- Ii rlda. this isti, day of February.
1975.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit court
i iade i *ounl v, Florida
By: C.P ciiI'ki.and
i ii outy Clerk
lit i 'ourt Seal)
Al VIN s \\\ N
!'\ for Pel ii loner
M sea, ni i li lulevard
.Miami. Florida 58132
2/21-28 3/7-14


Page 10-B
tjenisfi ncr/dfiar?
Friday, March 7, 1975 IMtt
LEGAL NOTICE
The eighth annual Outstanding Police Officer of the Year
award was presented to Coral Gables Police Officer Rich-
ard McEnany (right) by Joseph Murray, a past president
of Coral Gables Lodge, B'nai B'rith, during recent cere-
monies. The award includes a U.S. Savings Bond for the
officer as well as a permanent plaque for the Coral Ga-
bles Police Deportment. _____
Yeshiva Day School Benefit
'The Ugly Dachshund.' will b
shown at the Washington Federal
Bank Buildine. 633 N'E 167th St..
North Miami Bcich. between 1:30
and 3:30 pm. Sunday, with pro-
ceeds going to Yeshiva Day
School of North Miami Beach.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-6257
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
The marriage of
ALPHEOE DION, husband
and
VESTA A Mi >N. wife
TO: VESTA A. 1>H IN
BOX 131
I'l.MA. ARIZ< >NA
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution ol Mar-
riage has been filed against you an-!
you are reaulred to serve :i cony of
your written defences, if anv. to it on
AKTHIR li LIPSON, attorney for
Petitioner, "hove address is 1980 SO.
OCEAN DRIVE. HALLANDALE.
KI.okida 8301 !. and file the orliclnal
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before Ann! 2, 197ft: other-
Win a default will be entered against
you for .lie relief demanded In the
comnlaint or petition.
WITNESS mv hand and ihe seal of
aid court al Miami. Florida on this
25th day of February. IMS.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
\:\ I BNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
{Circuit Court Seal)
I us 1/7-11-21
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-6317
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THK MARRIAGE OF
IGNACK I 0 SANCHEZ.
Husi.nmi Petitioner,
. d
MARIA ISABEL RAMIREZ
IK SANCHEZ.
wife. Respondent,
TO: Mrs Maria Isabel Hn mires,
de Bandies
o 1578
Etuenoa Aires. Argentina
' South Annie > l
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are reaulred to stive a cony of
your written defenses. if anv. to It
on Qlglllermo Sostchln, ESQUlre, at-
torney for Petitioner, whose address
is 101 N.W. l^th Avenue Miami.
Florida, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled courl on or
April 4. ill"..: otherwise a de-
foul* will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the eomolnlnt
or petition.
This nolire Khali be published once
each week for four eonseeutlve weeks
In THE JEWISH I'l OEIDIAN.
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
2Dth dav Of Feb.. 197*.
RICHARD P. BRINKER,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Bv T. D. DEI.GADO
As I 'nw i Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
GUILI.ERMO SD8TCHIN. ESQUIRE
101 N.W 12lh Avenue
Miami Florida 33128 (324-4555)
Attoraey for Petitioner
M 2/2 3/7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOSEPH NESBITT
PROBATE NO. 75-1023
In UK: Estate of
MEYEIt PRICE
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T a" Creditor* and All Persona Bav-
ins c 'aims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and renuir-
ed to present anv claims and demandi
which you mav lure against the
r MEYER PRICE, deceased
late of Dade County, Florida to the
Circuit Judge* of Hade County, and
fi!e the same In duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statute-, in their offices In the Coun-
ts Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within f"ur calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Filed at Miami.Florida this 24th
dav of February. AD. I97S,
J08EPH SCHMIER
Attorney for Executrix
First publication of tins notice on
the -Sth dav of February. 1975.
.li ISEPH SCHMIER
Attoi iiei for Estate
6 .'. Lincoln Road. Miami Beach.
Fiorlda
2/28 3/7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 75-1023
IN P.E: ESTATE OF
MEYER PRICE.
i eased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
To All. PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OF SAIL DECE-
DENT
You an hereby notified that n writ-
ten Inrtrument purporting to be the
last will and testament of said dece-
been admitted to probate in
aid Court. You are hereby command-
id within six calendar months from
ihe date of the first publication '>f
ii-i- notice to appear in said Court
and show cause. If any you can. why
Ik .- lion of said Court in admitting
said will to probate should not stand
unrevoked.
Circuit Court .Indue
r ICHARD P. BRINKER, Clerk
Bj i 1IAI I OTTE XV, lilKARD
Deputy Clerk
to v JOSEPH SCHMIER
605 Lincoln Road,
Miann Beach, Florid., 3.1139
JOSEPH NESBITT
First publication of this notice on
thi (8th dav of February. 1875. Pub-
l'-n In THK JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
(Cut uit Court Seal)
2/28 3/7-14-21
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 75-6159
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIV'SION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The marriage of
JEANNE C. BIENNEN1E.
Wife.
L0RI8TON IMENNENIE.
Husband.
YOU. LOR1STON BIENNENIE,
residence unknown, are reciulred to
file your answer to the Petition for
dissolution of marriage with the Clerk
of Ihe above Court and serve a copy
thereof upon petitioner's attorney.
Herman Cohen. Esa.. 622 S.W. 1st
Street. Miami. Florida. 33130 on or
before March 31. 1975. or else Petition
will be confessed.
Dated: Feb. 24. .975
Ricbard P. Brinker.
Clerk. Circuit Court
Bv B. J. FOT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OP pinB'nA IN nd FOR
DADE COUNTY
PFm BA re DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-4676
JOHN R. BLANTON
'n ri: Bstate of
WILSON TURNER
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO All Creditors and All Persons Hny-
i'1 "'ins or Demanda Against said
Estate: ... .
... are hereby notified anil reoulr-
.,i in present any claims and demandi
ivhlcli vou na> have against the e-
ate of wil.soN TURNER, deceased
ate of Dade County. Florida, to the
'Ircull .Indues ol Hade County, and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16. Florida Stat-
utes. In their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida.
Within four calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or '!" same will be bailed.
Filed al Miami. Florida, this 20th
dav of February. A.O. I97S
OTEATHA TURNER
As Adminatratrlx
First publication of this notice on
do 28th dav of Februan 1975,
SAIL T. VON ZAMFT a
SAMUEL E SMITH
Air mm v for Administratrix
1320 s nixie Highway, Suite 850
Coral Gables. Florida 33146
{ 28 3'7
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage
in business under the fictitious names
Of American Window Cleaning Co.
and American Home window Clean-
ing Co. at 16336 West nixie Highway,
North Miami Beach. Florida 33162.
Intends to register said names with
ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
CARL Oil.!! Owner
28 3/7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO: 75-5791
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE- OF:
FREDERICK J. RADLEIN.
Petitioner-Husband,
anil
GLORIA E. RADLEIN.
Respondent-Wife.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
TO: GLORIA E. RADLEIN
Respondent
126 Nassau Avenue
Freenort. Long Island,
New York.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed against vou
and you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses. If any. to
it on GEORGE .1 TALIANOFF. At-
torney for Petitioner, whose address
is 420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach,
Florida. 38139. and file the original
with the Clerk of the above-stvlcd
Court on or before April 8. 1975 other-
wise a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
This police shall be published once
each wee], for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
Witness my hand and seal of said
Court at Miami. Florida, on this 20th
dav of February. 1975,
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida.
By: L. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
GEORGE .1. TALIANOFF. ESQ.
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
2/28 3/7-14-21
2/28
3/7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 75-1137
JOSEPH NESBITT
In RE: Estate of
I8ADORE .1 FRIEDMAN
iic ased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to pro, ni any claims and demands
which \ ou may have against the es-
tate of isadore .1. Friedman, deceased
late of Dade Countv. Florida, to the
Circuit Judges of Dade Countv. and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided m Section 733.16. Florida Stat-
utes. In their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within four calendar months front the
time of the first publication hereof.
"i Uir- same will be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 19lh
dav ot February. Al) 1975.
ItosE FRIEDMAN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 28th day of February 1975
BARTON 8. UDELL of BLATT,
UDELL. ALTERMAN A I.ASKY
Attorney for Executrix
414 liunont Ph.xa Center
Miami. Florida 38131
2/28 3/7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 75-913
In RE: Estate of
JOSEPH ALTER
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of JOSEPH ALTER, deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
Circuit Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
Mil. I In Section 733.16. Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the Countv
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida.
within four calendar months from the
Ume of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 19th
day of February. AD. 1975.
S/ ANITA D. RESNICK
Hxecutor
First publication of this notice on
the 28th day of February 1975.
Zeiger. Leef & Zeiger. Esas.
Attorney for Estate/Executrix
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
Florida 33139
2/28 3/7
CONoThUCTIVF. SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 75-4196
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: the MARR1AOE of
ANDRE PIERRE Husband.
Pi tltloner
PATRICIA IRENE SPENCER
PIERRE, Wife,
Respondent.
TO: PATRICIA IRENE
SPENCER PIERRE
VOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Petition for Dissolution of your
Marriage has been filed and commenc-
ed in this court am. you are required
to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, if anv. to it on DANIEL
RETTER. ESQUIRE attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address is 1065 con-
gress Ituilding. Ill N.E Second Ave-
nue. Miami Florida 83133. and file the
original with II.....lerk of the above
Styled court on or before March 21.
i!'7".; otherwise a defauli "ill '" en-
tered against you for the relief prayed
for in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEVl ISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court ai Miami, Florida on this
tith dav of February. 1975.
RICHARD P, BRINKER.
A- i I, i'k. ('irouil Court
Dade Countv. Florida
llv It. PEREZ
As Denutv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DANIEL RETTER. ESQUIRE
1603 c !ongress Building
111 N.E Second Avenue
Miami. Florida 33132
Phone: 3.1S-fin90
Attorney for Petitioner
_______ VM-21-3IT 3/7
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-6155
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: MARRIAGE OF:
JOANNE NATALIE NATHAN
Wife
and
HOWARD A. NATHAN
Husband
TO: Howard A. Nathan
, o Sol Nathan. Esn.
5206 15 Avenue
Ilrookb n. New York
TO!' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against vou and
you are reaulred to serve a copy of
your writ leu defenses if anv. to it on
STANLEY E. GOODMAN, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is 2688
N.W. B2nd Street. Miami. Florida
33147. and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before April 4. 1975: otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
ill THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
24lh dav of February. 1975.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By A. D. WADE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Courl Seall
L'liss N.W, 62nd Street
Miami. Florida 33147
Attorney for Petitioner
________________________2^28 8/7-14-21
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-6158
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: MARRIAGE OF:
JANIE E. JONES
Wife
and
ARTHUR JONES
Husband
TO: ARTHUR JONES
RESIDENCE IN KNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
vou are reaulred to serve a copy of
your written defenses if anv, to it op
STANLEY E. GOODMAN, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is 2GS8
N.W. 82nd Street. Miami. Florida
and file the original with the
ilerk of the above styled co.rt ,,n or
before April 4, 1976: otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or Petition.
This li"..... shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the sea! of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
24th day "f February. 1973
RICHARD P RRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
Hv A I) WADE
As Denutv Clerk
(< Ircull Court Seal)
-liss N.W. fiL'nd Street
Miami. Florida 33147
Attorney for Petitioner
________________________2/28 3/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE PAR. in COMPANY at 13155
bora CL, North Miami. Florida 31181
intends to register said name With
the clerk of the Circuit Court of L'ude
Countv. Florida.
WALLACE BARON Owmr
Kwitnoy. Kmop & Sehelnherg. PA
a"V -Vi"ln ""'"' Mi:"r-1 "each 33139
At.oiiiivn for applicant
2/14-21-28 !/7
'-------------NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-47M
GENF"AL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IV RE: The Marriage "f
HILDA HI ILMES. Wife
Wl.l IAM HOLMES. Husband
TO WI1 l IAM HOLMES
RESIDENCE 1NKNOUN
v,- m-k HEREBY NOTlFIEft
that a petition for Dissolution of your
Marriage has been filed and com-
menced in this court "''V'".;. Cent"
qU|red I" serve a copy of STOW Writ-
ten -fenscs if any. t" it on BER-
NARD A. WIEHKK. attorney for Pe-
Utloner, whose address is 407.Lin-
coln Road. Miami Heacii. Florida
J31S9 and file the original with the
clerk of the above stvled court on or
before March 19, 1975: otherwise a.
default "ill he entered against VOU
for the relief nrayed tor in 'he com-
nlaint or petition.
This ponce shall be published onca
, oh we.k for four consecutive weeks
in Till) JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS mv hand and the MM Of
said court at Miami. Florjdn. on this
lull day < February R'i'-
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida ;
Bv L SNEEDEN
\s Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal! f ^____^
' 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. 75-4154
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
ROBERT GANQEMI.
Petitioner. .
and
CLOVER c.ANOEMI. '
Respondent
TO: CLOVER GANOEM1
Residence Unkimw n
YOTJ ARE HERHHY NOTIFIES
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and.
you are required to serve a cooy of
your written defenses, if any. to it on
IRA J. DRUCKMAN. attorney for
Petitioner. Whose address is 1104 Con-
cord Bid*.. Miami. Florida 33130 and
file the original with the clerk of the
ahoy, stvled court on or before_Mareh
21st, 1978: otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall he published onca
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court nt Miami. Florida on this
l.lli dav of February. 197B.
RICHARD P. DRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
I!\ MARION NEWMAN
As Denutv Clerk '
(Circuit Court Seal)
IRA .1. DRUCKMAN. ESQ.
1104-Concord Hullning ^
Miami. Florida 33130
Attorney for Petitioner
2 14-21-28 3/7
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-4376
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE: THE MARRIAGE OF
LUIS CONDE. ,
Petitioner.
and
IRMA co.VDE.
Respondent.
TO: IRMA CONDE
Calle Batoollas No. 160 "
< iudad Juarez
Cl.ihuahua. Mexico
YOTJ ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED)
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed ,-galnst you and
you are reciulred to serve a cony of
v. ur written defenses, if anv. to it
Oil Antonio J. Pineiro. Jr., Eso.. at-
torney for Petitioner whose address
is ldl N.W. 12th Avenue. Miami.
Florida. 3jl28. and file the original
with the clerk of the above stvled
court on or before March 21. 11175:
otherwise a default will be entered)
against you for the relief demanded
in the complaint or netltion,
Tliis notice shall ho published once
each week for four eopsoevtive weeks
in THE JEWISH I'l .oRlDl AN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. F'orlda on this
7th dav of February. 1V7S
RICHARD P BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Daue County. Florida
By A. D. WADE '
As Denutv Cierk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Antonio J. Pineiro. Jr.. Esq.
Ill V W\ 13th Avenue. Miami. FL
33138
Attorney for Petitioner
L' 14-21-28
____NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In bus iiess under the fictitious name
VJf .Goldman Graphics at 6110 SW
4th Street. Miami. Florida 33155 In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
DANIEL J. GOLDMAN Owner
2/14-21-28 3/7
S/T
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of BUN8ET WEST MEDICAL CEN-
TER at number 873^ Sunset Drive.
In the City of Miami. Florida, intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
' ounty, Florida.
Hated at Miami. Florida, this 24th
day "f February. l97B.
DR. IAN HASSIN. DO. PA.
Hv DR. IAN HASSIN. DO.. P.A.
Assistant Secretary
WILLIAM J. GOLDWORN. ESQ.
Attorney for Applicant '
Us.". Sevllla Avenue
Miami. Florida 33134
________________________2/28 3/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business at 3L02 N.W. 2nd Avenue.
Miami. Florida, under the fictitious
name of LA REINA SHOES Intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dada
Countv. Florida.
RICARDO PEREZ
SHAPIRO. FRIED. WEIL & SCHEER
Attorneys at Lav
407 Lincoln Road. Suite 10-B
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
2/28 3/7-14-31
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Attorney Leo Alpert
Dead Here at Age 62
urn
led
wTtere
tionai
Attorney Leo Alpert,
here Monday of a heart
while seated at his desk
law offices, where he was
bional v as;ociatcd with his
nathan AlDert.
author of numerous ar-
and authoritative books on
lived at 1345 N. Venetian
jgt. ALPERT came to Mia-ni
19-1'i from Baltimore, Md.,
he had achieved na-
prominence in the success-
il of numerous civil rights
mo

n in Newark. N.J.. the son
ussianborn Dhysician, who
practiced medicine in Balti-
he was a graduate of Johns
int Universitv and Yale
rsity Law School,
hooks include "Florida
oliile Accident Law" and
ua Workmen's Compensa-
Law."
Alnert was working on the
edition of "Florida Work-
Compensation Law" in
tion with his son, also the
of many legal publica-
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view. Maryland Law Review, and
the Florida Bar Journal.
He was chairman of the Griev-
ance Committee o fthe Florida
Bar Association.
In addition to his son, Mr.
A'"nrt is survived by hi-; wife,
Louise, and daughter, Martha
BASS. Leonard. Bl. of S.>ulh Miami.
Riverside.
HI I'.MA.V. I nuis. r;7. of North I.Maml
Beach. Blasbera.
CA1.VER. Mar.lorle B. 59, of .Miami.
Riverside.
EDWARDS. Harrv. W. of Miami.
Riverside.
F1NKEL. Israel. 7B. of Miami Bench.
B'tlMIV
I.IOYD. Florence Foizleman. 45. of
Miami Beach. Riverside.
1'orrow. Charles S.. of Miami
Reach Newman.
POSNKR. Raloh. 7(1. of Miami Reach.
I evitt.
POf4TAl Eva.. fiS. of Miami Reach.
Riverside.
ROBINS. Kdwarel 7.1. of Miami
Bench. Riverside
ROCKM1M I.KR. Julius. 7:!. Reach. R'ashere.
SURER. Paul, of Miami. Oordon.
DEITSCH. Michael. XX of Miami
Beach. Riverside.
(ilMR'NER. Samuel, of Bay Harhnur
Island. Riverside
HOFFMAN. Anna. Ul. ..f .Miami
R.a/;h.,.Iilvor.sinV. -..,.'. -
KESRI ER. l.ouis A 7S. of Miami
Reach. Riverside.
Kl EIMAN. Sara, of Miami. Riverside
In'ermenl mi Nebo Cemetery
1 F.V1NE. Bella. 77 of Miami Beach.
Riverside.
-E'DMAN. Solomon II 78, of Miami
Reach Riverside
\' tiifim. David, 85. of Jamaica.
N V Riverside.
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FREIBERQBR. Jacoh. 89. of Miami
Beach. Newman.
HARRISON. Marie, of Miami. Ncw-
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OVKTSKV Hallie. 73. of Miami
Reach New man
RAri'APoRT. Ida. 74, of Miami.
Blushers
ROSENHOLTZ. Irvine:, en. of North
Miami Levitt
RUBIN. Al. 72. of .Miami Reach.
Newman.
RUBIN. Jack. 77. of Hal Harbour.
Blasbenc.
BAPRAN. Rose. 87. of North Miami
Beach Riverside.
Beach. Riverside. Interment Mi.
Nebo Cemetery.
STARK Jack. 7.1. of Miami Beach,
Riverside
TE1TBL, Jesse. 7a. of Miami Beach.
Rlasbere.
TURBT2KY. Cella. X4. of North
Miami Levitt Interment Mount
Nebo (Ymet.-r \
I 'I.I.MAN. Portia. Xfi of North .Miami.
Levitt.
wkii.i.. Murray. M. of Miami Reach.
Riverside.
WEI8B. Arthur (i.. of llav Harbor.
Ri\ crsicle.
\\ ER.man. Blanch 7!-. of Miami
Reach Newtnan.
< HAY. Edward. 711. iif North Miami
Reach Levitt.
COM ROE. Maraaret. of Miami Reach.
Riverside.
COHBIN. Esther Zaban. of Miami
Beach Blasbars.
EISNER Martha, of Pores! Hills.
NY. Riverside.
BMIO. Anna 11. 80. of North Miami.
Ri\ erslde.
PISH Arm.-, of Coral Cables.
Riverside.
PKI8HT1CK Mas. N. Of Miami
Reach Levitt.
OOI OMAN Simon. 78. of Miami
Reoh. Levitt,
GO! FRIED. David. 77. of Miami
Beach. Newman.
KUDEVIZ. Albeit. 7:'. of North Miami
WELSON, Mac 89. of Miami Beach.
ARONSON, Ij.uIs It.. 87. of Miami
Reach. Cordon. Interment Star of
I lavid Memorial Park
RARTFIELD. Shirley. 4fi. of North
Miami Reach Newman.
BAITER, David 7.1 of North Miami.
Rlverirfde.
COHEN. Lawrence, 77. of Miami
Reach. Newman.
PAU8T, father in. 18. Of Miami
Reach Riverside.
PEIDELMAN. Rose. 84. of North
Miami Reach. Riverside
FE1 D8TEIN. Irvine. 82. of North
.Miami Beach, l.cvill.
tSREEN. Isldor. x-. of Miami Reach.
Newman.
ORBENPIEI D Sadie. 85. nf Miami
Reach. Riverside,
f.css. Isadore 68. of Winston Tefwers.
Levitt,
II 'AS Robert. 71. of Norlh Miami
Reach Riverside.
LEMBERO. Esther. VI. of Miami.
Riverside.
MENCHER. Morton A Kit. of Miami
Beach, Riverside.
MID WOOD. I.ilv. :.. of Miami.
River, ul.
NKI KIN. Jacob. 67. of Miami Beach.
Riverside.
POMERANTZ. Mollle 84. of Miami
Reach Riverside Interment Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
BKLUT. Mlllard. 4. of Miami Reach.
Newman.
LEGAL NOTICE
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OrV'BN that
the underslmieil. desiring to onaaee
in business under the fictitious name
of IC1 KSIA EVANOEI.ICA INTKR-
AMERR ANA al 79 N W. I9th Stl......
Miami, Florida, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Daile Countv. Florida.
RBINALDO BOROBfi
2/21-2X :. 7 14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of POUR PARTNERS al number 420
I in. ..in Ronrl. Suite 4:t7. in the Cilv
of Miami Beach. Florida, Intendi to
register lbs Raid name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Courl Of Dade I'l.unh-.
Dated al Miami Beach, Florida this
14th dav February. 1975
I'llll II' BIRNBAUM
I 1/ V 11 > KASKEI.
HERMAN KASKEI.
CONSTantin MAI.I.Novsk Y
A Jeffrey Baraah. Esn.
Mover, swiss Rose Arkln
Aoornev for Applicant
4>"7 1 Incnln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
1 '21 -28 2'7-14
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When a loss occurs
away from home.
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Here and in New York,
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understanding service.
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Forest Hills, N.Y.
Reuch. Newman
MARCUS. Ella, of Ral Harbour.
Iliasli. ii'
OBBKMAN Reatiice. !>. of North
Miami Beach, Riverside
RB1SMAN. Morris. 74. ol Miami
Beach. Gordon.
ROTH. Harrv. S4. of Miami Reach.
Newman.
ROTHMAN Cella. 79. "f N. Miami
Beach Riverside,
SCHII.I ER. Leonard R.. 71. of
.Miami Beach Riverside
SMITH. Rcl.ica. 72. of Miami Reach.
Levitt.
JOHNSON. Ann. S2 of Miami.
i.,\ erslde.
KUBSSIN, Jean, 112, of Miami Rcch.
Blasbera*.
LE\ l l "l. Evelvn, 59. "f .Miami.
Riverside. Interment Mt, Nebo
Yin. tcrv.
ME1 KIN Jacob. ii7. of Miami Reach.
Riverside.
PIUTIKIN, Btta. of Miami Beaoh.
Riverside.
SACHS II. ss. B6, of Miami Reach.
Riverside
Sa.novi I-..SS. Oscar, 86. of Miami.
Ri\ erstde.
SKOI Nick Bertha. B2. of North
Miami Beach Klverslde. Interment
Mi Nebo i emeterv.
Q] QA88MAN. Harry, m: Of Miami
Beach, Gordon.
ilol.DSCH.MIDT. Max. 73. Of Mland
Reich. River.-iil.
JOHNSON. Sonla P.. 88. Of Miami
Baaah. Klverslde
K'ai. Jess Harold. 7:i. of Miami
Reach. Riverside Interment Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
KLEIN, i.iliian H :>. of Naranja.
BtanfllL Interment star ol David
Cemetery.
RASnilAl M Arthur A.. 70. of Miami
Beach, Riverside
kloi;enstein. Manuel. 70. of
Miami Beach Cordon
RICHER. Ruth. 71. of Norlh .Miami
Beach Riverside.
tOUlN, Max. Bfi Of Ral Harbour.
Newman.
samaiET. Herman, of New York.
Oordon,
S< i.WARTZ. Cella. N4. of Miami
Bear li Riverside,
si rtWAKTZ. Leon 86, of Miami
Beai h I lordon
SLOVES. Rose, 87, Of North Miami
Beat n. Riverside
\, El SON, Max. 69. of Miami Beach.
i., bera
v\ r-.sTl.iN'i. John 77. of Miami.
Newman.
A81-1 ENH EI.V. Rose Fox, *\ of
Miami Rca. a. i'..\ urslde
8KI L. Mori Imi r 68. ol Sunrise,
i ; IJOi (JNbKY. Esther / 79. of .Miami
Bi mii Kl\., nide I lianel.
ld'.ski.ess. Abraham, SO. of Miami
i;. aiii New man
r-;|-.-. II.IN. Max .',. of Miami Reach.
Levitt.
;. H KMAN. Jos.nil. 70, of North
Miami Beach Riverside.
il i >PABB, Jacob. 91. of Miami
I teach Ri\ ei nide,
c;i'. iiSTEIN. Edward I... 79. of North
.Miami Beach. Riverside.
ii Al PBR. Edward. 76, ol Miami
lleai h Blasbera.
HOFFMAN. Bernard, S4. of Miami.
Blasbera,
Kl i i'i-.K. Julius 87. of Miami Beai h.
Riverside. Interment Mount Nebo
('emeterv.
PEAK! MKTBR. Lena. 6. of North
.Miami Beach. Riverside.
in, A.VSKY. Irvina. 65. of North
Miami Reach Levitt
Rl Dli il. Ruth S3, of Miami Beach.
Riverside.
THAW Samuel. 74. of North Miami
Beach, Qordon.
IM CK'EIt. Samuel. 90. Of North Miami
L-ach. l.evitt.
YAhDAMAN. Raul E.. 76. of Miami
i ieai h Riverside,
,\ ..x.mAN Morris. 61. of North
Miami Reach lavilt
v. i;.s/.. Rachel. 61. of Miami Beach,
i tiasbera.
HiiU'l''. Marry 79. of Miami Reach.
Levitt.
ARRA.MS. Frederick, Of North Miami
Beach Riverside.
Ei PI S. Abrahab. 71. of Miami Reach.
Levitt.
PEhbHiNG. Anna, of Miami Beach.
Riverside
PHANK Lillian, of Miami Beach,
i e.rdon.
Co, li is Samuel. 86, of Miami
Beach, Blasberc.
KOZOVSKT. Jose Oh. of Miami
H.-acli \'e\. man.
ROSEM-I'I D. William, of Miami.
Riverside interment Mt Nebo
Cemeterv.
-iCHNEIDER Robert 74. of North
Miami Reach Levitt.
STEINBERG)) Beniamin l.ouis. 19. of
Ra\ Harlair Islands. Riverside.
WELI mO. Benjamin n.. B8. of
Miami Reach. Newman.

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVBN that
the undersianerl. rlcsirlnc to ciinaiie
in business under the fictitious name
of Coastal States Financial Corpora-
tion d/b/a Coastal States Financial
Aaencv at RI'iO Madnwa Avenue.
Coral Cables. Florida intends to rea-
Ister said name wiih the Clerh of the
Circuit Court of Dade Countv. Florida.
OEORGE BAMPA8. E8QUIRE
Attorney for Coastal states
Financial CorDOTtftlon
2/21-2 3/7-M
-
' NOTICE UNDER
PICTI-
NOTICE ITT IVRITRBY C.IVKN thai
the undersigned, ilcsirnm to encase
in business under the fictitious name
of San .lorce Je\vcli\ at 1343 West
18th Btreel, Ant, 1 llialeah. Florida
;i:!niii Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl of
Daile Countv. Florida.
JORGE BAUD Owner
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 75-4737
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN BE: The Marrlaae "f
A88EFII.LE F. Itl'MI'll
Wife
ami
HENRY WILLIS RUMPH,
Husband
YOI HENRY WILLIS RUMPH.
resilience unknown, are required to
file your answer to the petition t-'r
dissolution of marriage with the Clerk
of the above Courl anil serve a conv
thereof uoon petitioner's attorney.
Herman i ohen. Elsa., 012 S W. 1st
Street, Miami. Florida 81110, on or
before March L'4. 1976, or else Peti-
tion will be confessed.
Haled: Fell 12. IH7.Y
RICHARD P, BRINKER,
Clerk, circuit Court
Bj T D DEI C Mio
Denutv Clerk
L-L'l-28 3/7-14
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE RFRVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 75-4473
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marrlaa* of
ANTHONY .1. VAN WYC.KB.
Hush.,ml.
a nil
CAROL A V \N WTCKE.
Wife
TO: CAROL A VAN VVTCKB.
7 ".'. Rail i ii Ave.. Elisabeth,
New .* i py
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a petition tor Dissolution nf
your Marriage has been fllod :""i
commenced in this court and VOU are
renulred lo serve a enny of your
written defenses. If any, In II on
William J flnldwnrn. Htto'nev tor
Petitioner, whost address is 2R5 Sevllla
Avenue. Coral flahlef Florida imM
ami file the orlalnpj with the clerk
of the above stvled court on or before
March 21, 1975: otherwise a default
will he entered saainsi vou tor the
relief prayed tor In ihe comnlalirl or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl OR1DIAN.
witness mi hand and ihe
said court si Miami. Florida on this
10th dav of February. 1975
RICHARD P. BRINKBR.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
Rv I. S DoPIETRO
As Density Clerk-
(Ciictilt Court Seah
Wll I 1AM J COI DWORN. KS'jriHE
JSr, Sevllla Avenue
Coral (iahles. Florida 331:14
Attorney for Petitioner
2/14-21-18 3/7
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CAF NO 7S.4140
GENERAL JUR'SD'CTION DIVISION
NOTICE
I v RR' iM.'Tcru i\- i ip
KAi'irp.iMNE BURTON AND
MARK ''-' IN-
TO: ORPIN C.KANT
Residence unknown
You are notified that the above-
nanie<4 Petitioners. KATH ERIN B
llt'RTOV anil MARK W. HI'RTON.
ha\-# fi'ed a oetition in the ahove-
slyh'd Corel for the a'lootion of the
Honor* i hl'd named In that petition
and v'awjja^tuafjianib 11 lo serve a
rtrn->v**r .,ai'i^r .tfi citA, defenses if any.
on Kl'HT WELI.ISCH. Petitioners'
attomev, whose address Ih \f<\ Al-
meria \'.oi'i.. Suite 2fi0-E. Coral Ga-
bles, i-'1 "i..... :t.'H34. on or before March
14, '"7". arol file the oriainal with
the C'erl nf Hits Courl either before
service nn Petitioners' atforn^v or
Immediately R>ereafter: otherwise a
default nee he entered aaalnsl vou
toe the relief demanded on the b-ti-
Hon
WITNESS my hand and ihe seal of
the Col" ii Miami Florida. H i
day of Fehitinn 1976
Rti'M mid P BRINKER
Clc-i. of ihe Circuit Court
By 1 s DePIBTRO
I li ou'y i 'lerk
'./14-M-2S 3/7
NOTICF OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
D* r>E COUNTY
C'VI' ACTION NO. 75-472H
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX l>K- 'ei,,. tfnrrlaae of:
CAT"!! i ve BROWNE.
Poiltloner
.....i '
PATl'icu- ios'EPH BROWNE
Resnondenl
To: PATRICK JOSEPH BROWNE
p.,ki.i,..,,. t'nknown
TOl' \RE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
rlaae has been filed naalnsl vou and
you nn- reoulred to serve a copy of
voor written defenses, if any. to it on
Frederick R P'dea'el. attorney tor Pe-
titioner, whom address is nn N'V
i "h Avenue, Miami, Florida, arol filo
the nt'e-inai with fhe clerk of Ihe
above vi.'il court on or before March
"tst. "7" hhem -. b dt fault will
be ea'cri'l aeainsl VOU for the relief
demanded In i.....'omnialnl or pi tltion,
TI i hall be published opca
each .....' <...- tour >onsecutlvi weeks
In ""!. <<:\\l.~.< Fl OR1DIAN
i'ss rm hnn I .....I Ihe seal of
sa'd oi......i ml Florida, on this
|3th d*< '' h oi' 1978
I-1. i'i, p brink i :
A nil 'nlll'l
c-i" County Florldn
Bv en i v NEWMAN
l l.....uM i lerk
n '' ||l| C.|. i S. ill
I-.,,' n
let v\\ ''ii, v...,.....
Miami !"" Id i .....
Anon-, \ for Petitioner
I-21-2S 1/7
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO. 7S.4S05
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIACBOK
I-OI'IS V. DHoril.LARD.
Husband.
MARIE CBI.IANE JoAilll.M
DROI'II.IJVRD.
Wife
You. MARIE CEIIANE JOACHIM
DROI'll.l-ARD. RESIDENCE I'N-
K'NONYN. are iii'reh\ notified to serve
a copy of vour Answer to the Disso-
lution of Marriage filed aaalnsl vou.
uoon husband's attorney. 'lEORfiE
NICHOI AS. UQ I2 N W 12th
Avenue. Miami. Florida I311C. and file
orlainal with Clerk of Courl on or
before March II, 19TB: otherwise the
Petition will be confessed bv vou.
Dated this l"th dav of February.
:!>7.V
RICHARD V BRINKER. tn.ERK
Bv: c p COPBl-AND
Deuutv Clerk
2/14-21-28 3/7
Mt-iTIC.c OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
''0 PROPERTY)
IN THF CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOP
DAOE COUNTY
fr...r ai-T'ON NO. 75.48'''!
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IV l>E- The Mnrrlaa-e of
NANCY BDWENA CAI.I.IHAN.
Wife.
CH.MtlES PATRICK CAI.I.IHAN.
Husband.
To: Mr Charles Patrick Callilian
Shirlev Duke Apartments
Anartment 1A
Duke S'r.cl
Alexanrlria. Vircinia
yOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
liaae has been filed asainst vou and
you are required to serve a copy of
VOUr written defenses, if anv. to it
on KWn'NEY. KROOp & 8CHEIN-
RERO, P A attorneys for Petitioner,
whose address is 410 Lincoln Road.
Miami Reach. Florida 91119. and file
the orluinal with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before .March
19 1975: otherwise a default will be
entered acalnst vou for the relief de-
manded in the comnlalnt or petition.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH l-'LOUIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida, on this
12th dav of February 1978
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
Bv L BNBBDBN
As Denutv (lerk
(Circuit Cou-t Seal!
K'WITNEY. KP.OOP &
SCHEINBERG, P.A.
MO I Inootn Roail. Suite 512
Miami Beach. Florida 11111
Attorneys for Petitioner
2-14-21-28 1/7


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Miami, Florida Friday, March 7, 1975
Section C
Histadrut Foundation Reaches

$37.6 Million, Honors Sapir
The ninth annual economic
conference for Israel sponsored
by the Israel Histadrut Founda-
tion concluded four days of study
and campaigning with a record
of $1,760,000 worth of new com-
mitments that have brought the
total Foundation resources close
to the $38 million mark.
Highlight of the four-day con-
clave at the Fontainebleau was
a testimonial dinner at which
Pinhas Sapir, chairman of the
Jewish Agencjv and former Min-
ister of Finance of the State of
Israel, lauded the Foundation
"for its vision."
SAPIR PREDICTED that
eventually the Foundation would
make "hundreds of millions of
dollars available" for the pro-
grams of Histadrut in Israel.
Histadrut is a major non-gov-
ernmental agency providing
health, educational and welfare
services to over 2.500,000 men.
women and children. One of its
important services is Kupat Ho-
lim, the health care system
based on 16 major hospitals and
1,100 clinics.
Many donors to the Histadrut
Foundation have earmarked their
gifts for expansion of Kupat
Holim installations.
Among the commitments to
the Foundation announced by
Dr. Sol Stein, who launched the
program of deferred giving 15
years ago as a new "dimension
of giving," were the following:
Mr. and Mrs. Shimon Deitch,
of Chicago and Miami Beach, for
a Histadrut Cultural Center at
Maalot, the scene of a savage
Arab terrorist attack last year;
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fried-
man, of Detroit and Miami Beach,
for a Histadrut Youth Center at
Ramie;
Issie Bressler, for a Cancer
Research center at the Kupat
Holim Hospital in Beersheba;
Mr. and Mrs. George Shaef-
fer of Miami Beach, for the ex-
pansion of the Histadrut Youth
Village at Tivon, near Haifa;
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ros-
sen, of Detroit and Miami Beach,
for the Histadrut Annuity Trust;
A living trust by Joseph
Goldberg, of Miami Beach;
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Lipson,
of Miami Beach, sponsoring sev-
eral of the major programs of
the Histadrut;
Michael Ferman, of New
York and Miami Beach, who
made a substantial contribution
to the Foundation;
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kaufman,
who will have a clinic in Affula
named in their honor.
CANADIAN DELEGATES at
the conference subscribed more
than $300,000 to the Canadian
Foundation for Histadrut.
Rabbi I.eon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom,
chairman of the Foundation's
Board of Directors, stressed "the
positive philosophy of adding a
new member to your familythe
people of Israei.
"Every Jew should include Is-
rael as a beneficiary of his es-
tate, along with his other chil-
dren. In this way the future of
Israel will be assured."
THE IMPORTANCE of the Is
rael Histadrut Foundation was
acknowledged by leaders of Is-
rael, who sent messages of con-
gratulation to Sapir. a pioneer in
the establishment of the State of
Israel and a key person in the
ranks of Histadrut which had
been founded 55 years ago by
David Ben-Gurion.
Among the many messages re-
ceived were those from President
Ephraim Katzir, Prime Minister
Yitzhak Rabin, former Prime
Minister Golda Meir and from
Histadrut Secretary-General Ye-
ruham Meshel.
At a special evening session
conducted in Yiddish, Shimon
Weber, editor-in-chief of the Jew-
ish Daily Forward, spoke on the
political situation in the Middle
East.
Zev Sher, Economic Minister
of Israel in the United States,
said that "there is no crisis in
Israel but there are severe prob-
lems" created by the heavy de-
fense budget, inflation the un-
favorable balance of payments
and the cost of absorbing new
immigrants."
The Jewish women of the Coral Gables South Miami
area were guests at the home of Mrs. Jerry lsan (left),
for a recent Parlor Meeting on behalf of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation's Women's Division 1975 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund. Together
with Mrs. lsan were (left to right) guest speaker Mrs.
Pinchas Sapir, wife of the chairman of the Jewish Agen-
cy and former Finance Minister of Israel; Mrs^ Harry
B. Smith, Women's Division president; and Mrs. Bernard
Mandler. Excellent increases in campaign giving by the
women were reported as a result of the meeting._______
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Mr and Mrs. Albert Davidson will host the Chabad
Lubavitch Private Auction at 8:00 P.M. Saturday in their
home. Jewish ceremonial artifacts, gold and silver art
pieces will be offered at the auction, including a valu-
able hand-worked Chanukiah. Reservations are limited,
for information call Sara Burstyn.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation President Harry B.
Smith (second from left) greeted young Jewish commu-
nity leaders including Mrs. Ralph Axelrod (left), Robert
Frehling, and Barry T. Gurland (right) to the first meet-
ing last week of Federation's newly reorganized Leader-
ship Development Committee. With the impetus of Chair-
man Donald Lefton, the group met at the home of Mr.
Smith to form plans to develop the leadership potential
of numerous dedicated young people within Dade Coun-
ty's Jewish community.
NCJW Holding 31st Biennial
National Convention Mar 9-13
The National Council of Jew-
ish Women is holding its 31st
Biennial National Convention in
San Francisco on March 9-13.
The convention theme is "Wom-
en: Impact For Tomorrow."
Traditionally, this grass roots
organization convenes every two
years to review and update na-
tional resolutions, priorities, and
By-Laws; to elect national offic-
ers, to present national awards
and, of course, to exchange in-
formation and experience with
Council Sections throughout the
nation.
The Greater Miami Section
delegations, headed bv Judy M.
Gilbert. Section president, in-
cludes Audrey Goldstein. Nanci
Goldstein. Anna Mae Ross. Betsy
Singer. Gladys Green. Betty
Schloss. Rosalie Podoll. Rose K.
Naiman. Mildred Welcher. Kate
Bickman. Mimi Klein. Barbara
Stoler, Evelyn Cohan. Beatrice
Kazan. Florence Alberts and
Jane Dolkart.
Attending with the delegation
will be: Myra Farr, national vice
president, and Elaine Bloom, na
tional board member. They will
fly to San Francisco on Sunday
morning for a packed week of
decision making.
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devoted to discussion of themes and issues relevant to Jewish life past and present
Issues And Answers...
Our Rabbis' Views
Reassessment Needed
By RABBI JOSEPH A. GORFINKEL
Temple Beth Moshe
A recent study shows that only seven per cent of our young
people get any kind of secondary so-called Jewish education. For the
93 per cent, the Bar Mitzvah leaves the student, as someone so aptly
put it: "Biblically stranded with the Jews in Egypt, historically
wandering with Moses in the wilderness, and Hebraically in despair
with the cat on the roof."
Fully integrated in his Americanism, the Jew of today lives in
two cultures. Thus, he is pulled towards greater integration, into
the general patterns of American living from one end and towards
Jewish self affirmation on the other end.
THE FORCES IN THIS TUG OF WAR are not evenly matched.
The'poll'of Amerrctfn culture is much stronger than the pull of the
Jewish culture, and the former constantly expands, whereas the
latter constantly contracts. For a Jew of the younger generation, the
higher the standards he attains in American culture, the more super-
ficial and blase his commitments become to Judaism.
What can and must be done to give Jewish life the motivation
in the process of acculturation in order to bring not only into greater
harmony the two cultures Jewish and American, but the unique
role Judaism has to play in this nuclear age?
I suggest that we reassess and reevaluate our whole Jewish edu-
cational system. I maintain that our entire approach so far has been
erroneous. Even children receiving an "intensive" Jewish education
are woefully uninformed on the great Jewish value ideas which have
sustained our people.
IN THE PROCESS OF ACCULTURATION, we have missed the
real purpose of Jewish education. Like education generally, American
Jewish education today is primarily vocational in character the
emphasis is placed upon developing skills: How to read fluently,
translate easily, speak Hebrew fluently, Daven before the Omed, and
read the Haftorah skillfully. We have forgotten that study for the
Jew was not so much a method of acquiring skills as a means of
maintaining his humanity even under inhuman conditions. The Jews
of Warsaw carrying on cultural activities behind the wall are
examples of a long tradition of Jews who have studied as a means
of staying civilized.
Our young people know little of the great Jewish value ideas'
and their relevance to life, for example: THE CONCEPT OF SPIRIT-
UAL INTEGRITY which finds its origin in the Bible and is later
developed more fully by the Rabbis of the Talmud in such maxims
as: "He who destroys a single life is as though he destroyed an
entire universe," or "A man must look upon himself as though the
entire universe was created only for his sake."
REALIZE THE IMPLICATION involved in this estimate of man!
Realize what it means in terms of his destiny! Contrast this with the
evaluation placed upon man by technology and the physical sciences
that man is a piece of machinery and as such he can be replaced
by machines which can tabulate and calculate and generally do
things faster than he can.
No, says Jewish tradition "Bishvili Nivra Haoulam the
universe was created for my sake." You and I are not expendable.
The world was created for my sake and therefore I become God's
representative on earth and I must make of myself the best possible
representative.
OR TAKE THE CONCEPT OF MITZVOT. What does the young
Jew know about it? Mitzvot, not as a means of cajoling the Deity, or
gaining a place in some far away heaven; but mitzvot as a means of
developing moral fiber, mitzvot as a means of becoming more sensi-
tive to human needs and human anxieties. Mitzvot as a way or re-
fining man; mitzvot as a means of responding to the human condition.
What a contribution that is in an age which has become callous to
human pain and human suffering.
Or take the concept of holiness Holiness, not as an escape
from life, but saintliness as a means of living the daily life, at home,
on the street, in the shop, in the very market place of living. As Dr.
Joshua Heschel of blessed memory or put it in his inimitable way,
"To rear holiness made out of simple deeds. Others exalted sacred
things Judaism exalts sacred deeds." Massim Tovim was a blessing
used at the birth of a child.
I COULD GO 'ON AND ON but that will suffice to prove my
point that we must begin to teach values rather than stress skills, for
who will question the relevancy of the above concepts for our age
and for a Judaism that will make its distinctiveness cosmically sig-
nificant, personally meaningful and humanly worthwhile.
In conclusion, let me say that the possibility that the Jews of
the United States will dissolve as a group is a real one. But, just as
it is possible for an individual to build up an immunity against cer-
tain diseases, so is it possible for a community to build up a re-
sistance to social processes threatening its integrity. To build up
this immunity, we must in our educational system stress the teaching
of our people, value ideas and concepts covering human life, human
conduct and human destiny.
Inside Judaica
By
DR. Mil di i;ic k LACHMAN
Is the Christian Lord's
I'rayer liusecl on Jewish
Scriptures?
The Encyclopaedia Judaica
says the Prayer's Jewish origin
is evident. There is hardly a
phrase that is not an obvious
translation of the various for-
mulae of Jewish prayer current
at the time, to such an extent
that it can be rejjarded as a
mosaic of traditional Jewish
prayer formulae. The following
examples will suffice to confirm
this:
1) "Our Father which art in
heaven" this name of God is
frequent in Jewish prayer and
occurs in the Mishnah (Yoma
8.9).
2) "Hallowed be thy name:
thy kingdom come" Ls an almost
literal translation of the open-
ing words of the Kaddish which
are, in translation, "May Thy
name be magnified and hallowed
in the world which Thou has
created Thy kingdom come."
3) "Thy will be done on earth,
as it is in heaven" the open-
ing words of the Kedushah read:
"May we sanctify Thy name in
this world, as they sanctify it in
heaven."
4) "Give us this day our daily
bread" the first paragraph of
Grace after Meals includes the
phrase "May He not fail to give
us bread ... for He sustaineth
us every day."
5) "And forgive us our tres-
passes" in the daily Amidah
the prayer is "Forgive us, our
Father, for we have sinned, par-
don us, our King, for we have
transgressed."
6) "And lead us not into
temptation" occurs almost ver-
batim in the preliminary pray-
ers at the beginning of the daily
services.
7) "For thine is the kingdom,
the Power, and the Glory"
this phrase occurs time and
again in the liturgy and is based
on 1 Chronicles 29:11, which is
included in Jewish daily prayers,
the Encyclopaedia Judaica con-
cludes.
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
24 ADAR 7:06
9
Great Jewish Personalities
saatliaCaon (892-942)

By Rahbi Solomon Waldenberg
Israelite Center Temple
Saadia Gaon was born in the
village of Dilaz, Egypt, of humble
parentage. Some documents as-
sert that Saadia was not of He-
brew origin; that his parents were
descendants of Egyptians who
had converted to Judaism.
The language of the Jews of
Egypt was chiefly Arabic. This
being the case, it is obvious that
Saadia could make use of the
literature of the Arabs, as well as
the works of Judaeo-Arabic
authors.
However, great as the influ-
ence of Arabic culture on Saadia
may have beep, his main teachers
are to be looked for among his
own brethren whose spread of
Talmudic learning in Egypt took
place long before Saadia.
The young and vigorous Saadia
followed the spirit of the time.
He was well aware of the entire
range of Geonic writings.
Saadia gained much fame when
he hcfian his first battle with the
Karaites by lengthy wittings in
a book against Anan, the founder
of the sect. This book was written
while Saadia was still in Egypt.
It was the first signal of a strug-
gle that was to last all of Saadia's
life. This courageous struggle
made him the most hated and
most feared champion of Rabbin-
ism against Karaism.
Saadia's literary activity em-
braced all of the branches of
knowledge known and cultivated
among Jews and Arabs of his
day. His works, which have come
down either complete or in frag-
mentary form, cover all fields of
learning with their respective
subdivisions.
_ Indeed, Saadia was the father
and founder of Hebrew philolog-
ical science. He laid down, for
the first time, the rules for a
systematic treatment of the He-
brew language; to the interpre-
tation of the scriptures, he de-
voted the greatest part of his
literary activity. His translation
of the entire Bible into Arabic,
the first to be made directly from
the original (Masoretic) text,
ushered in a new epoch in the
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Pekude
The cloud covers the completed tabernacle as the
Israelites stand in the distance.
"Then the cloud covered the tent of meeting, and the glory
of the Lord filled the tabernacle." (Exodus 40:34)
PEKUDE "These are the accounts of the Tabernacle, even
the Tabernacle of the testimony, as they were rendered according
to the commandments of Moses, through the service of the
Levites, by the hand of Ithamar, the son of Aaron the priest."
(Exodus 38:21)
"All the gold that was used for the work ... was twenty
and nine talents, and seven hundred and thirty shekels, after the
shekel of the sanctuary. And the silver of them that were
numbered of the congregation was a hundred talents, and a
thousand seven hundred and three-score and fifteen shekels."
(Exodus 38:24-25) "And of the blue, and of purple, and scarlet,
they made plaited garments, for ministering in the holy place."
(Exodus 39:1)
With the completion of the Tabernacle, Moses blessed the
children of Israel. On the first day of the first month in the
second year after the departure of the children of Israel from
Egypt, the Tabernacle was set up. A cloud covered it and the
glory of God filled the Tabernacle. When the cloud rose, the
children of Israel continued on their journey through the desert
toward the Promised Land.
history of civilization in general,
and of the Jews in particular.
As the Septuagint in ancient
times was instrumental in blend-
ing Greek and Jewish thought
into what is known as Hellenism,
and which subsequently gave rise
to the Christian religion^ and as
Mendelson's German translation
of the Bible introduced the new
literary era of modern Jewry, so
did Saadia's Arabic translation
and interpretation of the Scrip-
tures pave the way for the glori-
ous Spanish-Arabic period during
which the Jews became the medi-
ators between the Orient and the
Occident.
We are already aware that the
study of the Talmud was at all
times the most essential part of
Jewish education. It may there-
fore be assumed that Saadia's
literary activity in the field of
Halacha began when he settled
in Babylonia as a member of the
Academy and reached its height
during his occupancy of the
Gaonate.
Saadia's Halachic Responsa
made a strong impact among Ge-
onim. About 50 of them are still
in our possession, some of them
to have been written originally
in Arabic, others in Aramaic
the official language of the Ge-
onim. As author of Responsa. Sa-
adia occupies a unique position
among Rabbis. As in all his
works, one can recognize at once
a superior scientific method.
"The Book of Beliefs and Opin-
ions" is of great importance to
philosophical scholars today. In
it, Saadia is devoted entirely to
the massive work of harmoniza-
tion between reason and religion.
A good part of his life, Saadia
engaged in polemics. This was
due to the intellectual unrest of
the period. During Saadia's life-
time the air was filled with re-
ligious unrest. Rationalists and
mystics, demagogues and dream-
ers of all sorts succeeded one
another for and against tradi-
tional Judaism.
The impact of Saadia's activi-
ties on future generations is dis-
cernable through the personali-
ties of the grammarian Jonah
ibn Ganach, Abraham ibn Ezra
and Maimonides. They all built
their respective works on the
literary foundations of Saadia
Gaon.
Their writings are interspersed
with direct quotations from Sa-
adia's writings. In some instances
they admit that their own
thoughts would not have been
possible and conceivable without
Saadia's utterances.
TV Programs
SUNDAY, MARCH 9
"Jewish Worship Hour"
WPLG-TV, Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m.
Host: Rabbi Marvin Rose
Beth David South
"Still Small Voice"
W< KIT, Ch. 7, 10 a.m.
Host: Rabbi Kalph P, Kings-
Ic.v, Temple Sinai of
North Dade
Topic: "Non-Pulpit Rabbin-
ical Options."
Guests: Rabbis Richard
Davis, Richard Cook
and Milton Schlinsky


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Friday, March 7 |
5 North Miami Beach Hi-Rises Temple Judea
Schedule Israel Bonds Events Fashion Shoic
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Harbour House Breakfast To
Honor Jay Phillips Sunday
Mi '-' iaraal Bonds, lecndw
iae hi i~ ran:-
Mi. AND Mtt J. ROBERTS
events ai the
area ; Bine. .-< next h
Robert L Seae! pel
B. rias I
Kid *eeka
- C.r-
abien ill
host a Night in L-
day. March 13. in the Coral Isie
recreation haii Ser.:ng as co-
chair~v- tbe te.v are Les-
ter F..-..- -.- ;. Le ..-.
&M ..y-a::.a:ad Israeli
peraonalitj Duag Tadmare wfl]
r.-e -
Sunday afternoon Mardi 16
reside.'" Bart -Vest
a:.. raJ ; ..-. honor of Jack Sb
son at a "Salute to Israe. '
S.r. bat viee-etnaideBt of
the AdmiraJ P 3 -b.
wfll racetVe ttae State of Israel
Bonds Scro.. H dot.
Servtag as chairman of the
(MM .' .'"a* Cutler; Sonya and
Eer. M tkfll are en.
Entertatanansl v.... be |
by A e.-.a- Jewish humorist
Joes
The aane evening Hard
Bo-Mont Green South will 1
a Ni| ii foejr
P. .- -
B a". -:
Gran d
Dei Pradc real lenti
VQ Holds
\^ orkshop
v. 5 Cance.
the
ec it
ueex at the Med vine
and beard e 20 M
kr.
treatment -.: the
^ase.
Participant! .....ed Dr. C.
: -.he
Corr.prehen5:\e-Cancer Center of
Greater Miami; Dr. Marvin M
Coa of the Federal
ation Project at
St. Vincent's Medical Center in
Jad Dr. Pjcharc Piem-
an of the Florida
mcS and Mount Si-
nai Hospital, who established the
firs*. tumor, registry in Florida
at Jackson Memorial Hospital in
1927 a.-.d Dr. Joseph Zavertntk,
a .-. I the Amc an-
cer Sodetjr'l board of directors.
N linieal methods now be-
ing utilized at the Unrvenrty of
Miami Jackson Memorial Med-
ical Center were described by
Dr. Alfred Ketcham. former sur-
gical chief at the National Can-
ce: Institute. Dr. Howard Less-
ner. clinical chief of the Cancer
Center, and Dr. Kommndurl
Charyuiu, radiotheraphy chief;
Dr. John E. Heaiey. Jr.. former-
ly of the M.D. Anderson Hospi-
tal and Tumor Institute in Hous-
ton. Another highlight of the
meeting was the introduction of
the latest addition to the Cen-
ter's staff. Dr. Oleg Selawry.
Dr. Emanuel Papper opened
the session by reading a procla-
mation from Metro Mayor Ste-
phen Clark; Mrs. Rafael Arrieta,
Jr.. was program chairperson
and Mrs. Raymond Fordbam
serves as WCA president.
an banes of Israel Bonds ston-
:; ----- Va: 1" *V.r. a
bueaauig Mr.
psee: the Scroil of
K -
pant and j a
membei d Pnz:
Ion Gran] In Roberta a Ha-
des** is a
National Cxasol
Pr
a: the De. ':
n Eddee
am Herl
:rr as cnabTnan Mrs Helm-t
uutkaiiuam
CoocJuc. period of Is-
rael Bonds act! .-. i N rta SB-
Seacfc will be a Night in
..-. the iJunhouat f
- -.- "'edrie
* Derided -- ::
' the -; r.agogue at Ro-
.': -' Ha. : .
at the i the Scroll
Honor.
is Israel
Bonds chairman a*. Ro Mont
Gardens. Nathan Goldschlager
and M rrii Markowitz are co-
chairmen. Joey Russet! is slated
to e.v-.-- .-.
members and guests nal enioy a
ratered 1-ncreon and fasbtaa
.- .- -.-* -- -; = i- --..
!00 Grenada B-*vd- Coral
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Capnce of -
tern sprmg hnes.
Models representing Sisterhood
include Midi-nf- Sheila Freed
?a-i '-- rya j-" -"
Barbara Kasper Annette Yes-
--_-a 3*irman Jeanette
Z-.-.- Theina K
:^r? Siiij Zncaarnam, Karen
F ::er Gafl Jaffa, Stephanie
-. and Sandi Perl.
Cochairwornen for the day are
Toby Friedman and Phjdiis
er. Ticket; aeqr be reserved by
--z the terr.pie office.
Country Fair March 1S
The GUI f Life Ck
the Nati -al Asthma Cerfter
will hold a Ouuutljl Fa.r : -^
10 am. to 6 pjr_ Sat-;
- 15. at the Westcbester
Shopping Center. Coral Way and
gTth Avenue featuring tocai ar-
tists, plants, kiddie rides games,
crafts, odds and ends sale, and
lots of goody foods.
'Might In IsraeF
Honoring Dr. And
Dr. and Mrs. Dunard W.
by State
of I-rael Bonds at a Night in
Israel to be held at Belle Plaza
on Miami Beach Thursday. Mar.
23. If ma 111 L-r:a. chairman of
the advisory committee of the
Grea- ael Bond Or-
ganization, has announced.
Tr.e So :-<-e..e the
State of Israel Bonds Scroll of
Honor in recognition of their
-pport and service
in advancing Israels progress
I re.
Dr. Smith, professor emeritus
of ret -agement at New
y. is president of
the Dade C .apter of
Service Corps of Re-
tirad tormn
I the Amert ar
.s a Doc-
?gree from Brook-
lyn L'r.
Dr the
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United Jewii peal m New
before mo\ing to S
ida. He U Israel
-n for a "Nig
braef held at Belle Plaza
also ac-
At Belle Plaza
Mrs. B. W. Smith
tr.e in UJA an-i is a member of
Hadassan.
American Jewish h-.-r.,:.st
Residents of Harbour House ber of the Society
South will rally on behalf of of the Jovial
State of Israel Bonds Sunday at inary of America, a-. \\
a -Salute to Israel" breakfast ^_^_^^_^^____^_^
honoring Jay Phillips. Herman
B. Oberman. cha:: Ifl f the
e\'ent. has annour
Guest speaker aill be the
Hon. Avner I
bassador to Owedcn. Entertain-
ment will be provided by Amer-
ican Jewish foik humorist Eddie
Sehtfffer.
Phillips, who v.-.:i receive the
State of Israe: Bonds 25th An-
niversary Award, is chairman of
the board of E = i Som
wholesale ainei and spirits dis-
tributors in Minneary
rector o: -
liic Be-.
Importers, be is a founder
chairman and d..- I the
Wine ar. I esalers of
A distinguished leader of Jew-
ish and civic l:fe in Minneapo-
lis, Phillips :s a member cf the
National Advisory Council of
the Jewish War Veterans and is
a director of the American-Jew-
ish Joint Distribution Commit-
tee and the Join: Defer.se Ap-
peal National Council. He is
loan :or end board rhairman I
Mt Sinai Hospital in Mini
olis.
-.- :' the Is-
rael Bondi Prime Mimster*i
tee emeritus of the
N nal Jewish Hospital in
Denver president of the Phi
Foundation, fellow and director
JAY PHILLIP*
of the Albert E:r.~-.i.- e
M Medkrine
sity. He has beer, h
and receive- i
from almost ever)
organization.
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bour House ; ... I
Gerald Office be
Vicechairmen are Eli A
Sidney El ;; .
- ft Irving s N rrj
mon and Sol Ta;
DR. A MBS. BERNARD SMITH
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Friday, March 7, 1975
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Deferred Piirim Celebration For
Beba Idelson Chapter Wednesday
The Beba Idelson Chapter of
Pioneer Women will have a spe-
cial deferred Purim celebration
Wednesday noon in the Washing-
ton Federal Savings and Loan
Association's North Shore civic
room, 1133 Normandy Dr., Mi-
ami Beach.
The noon program, open to the
general public, will feature the
reading from the Megillah by
Esther Weinstein. A musical pro-
gram will be presented by Frank
Lang and Paul Yanofsky; Es-
ther Zucker will serve as Queen
Esther. President Fannie Gibson
will chair the meeting.
Kinneret Chapter will hold its
monthly meeting Sunday at 1
p.m. at the Washington Federal,
1133 Normandy Dr. A white ele-
phant sale will be held; members
are urged to bring suitable items.
Miriam (Mrs. Bernard) Gin-
gold, national advisor to Pioneer
Women, will be the guest speak-
er. Mrs. Leah Naparst, president,
will preside.
Golda Meir Chapter will fea-
ture a new film on Israel at its
meeting Sunday at the Washing-
ton Federal, 1234 Washington
Ave. Refreshments will be serv-
ed, Mrs. Katherine Lippman,
president, said. Admission is free
and open to the general public.
Gerald Schwartz, past president
of the Zionist Council of South
Florida, will be the guest speak-
er at a special meeting of the
Winter Residents Center Thurs-
day, March 13. The 1:30 p.m. ses-
sion, to be held in the center's
headquarters at 605 Lincoln Rd.,
is free and open to the general
public.
All winter residents and visit-
ors to South Florida who are
members of Pioneer Women are
urged to attend, according to Ri-
voli (Mrs. Israel) Kalish of New
York, chairman of the Winter
Residents Center.
Realtors Invited To
Fashion Show Benefit
Jordan Marsh is sponsoring a
fashion show Friday noon in the
auditorium of the Miami Store
at 1501 Biscayne Blvd. for the
Miami-Dade South Chapter of
the Women's Council of Real-
tors.
This show will benefit the
Freedoms Foundation Scholar-
ship Fund at Valley Forge, Pa.
A buffet luncheon will be serv-
ed. All Realtors and guests are
invited to attend. For reserva-
tions call Gloria Kingsley.
Guest Rabbi At Emanu-EI
Dr. Morris Gordon, president
of the Rabbinical Assembly of
Greater Washington and spiritual
leader of Congregation Har Sha-
lom in Potomac, Md., will be the
guest speaker Friday at the 8:30
p.m. service at Temple Emanu-
El of Miami Beach. His topic will
be "If We Are DifferentWhy?"
Eugene Greenziveig To Speak On
Parent Involvement In Education
Temple Judea's College of
Continuing Jewish Education
series will continue Wednesday
8 p.m. classroom session that
evening along with their chil-
dren.
At 8 p.m., Mr. Greenzweig will
speak in the Social Hall; both
members and the general pub-
lic are invited to attend.
Opti-Mrs. Club
Plans Luncheon
Meeting Tuesday
Dr. David Weisfeld, clinical
psychologist and director of the
boys' program at Alpha House,
will be the gue.it speaker at the
general luncheon meeting to be
held Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. by
The Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami
Beach in the Montemarte Hotel
in U'rmi Beach, according to
Mrs. James Levenson, program
chairman.
A social and fund-raising af-
fair was held last Friday evening
at Miami Jai-Alai with all pro-
ceeds going for the care and re-
habilitation of emotionally dis-
turbed children.
Mrs. William Carmel is presi-
dent of the group, which main-
tains scholarships at Montanari
Clinical School in Hialeah and
Grand Center in South Miami,
takes care of the needs of the
children at Alpha House, makes
contributions to many communi-
ty projects, aids and supports
The Miami Beach Recreation
Dept.. Send A Child to Camp
Fund and Ch. 2.
The club also sponsors the
Opti-Miss Service Club in Miami
Beach High School and recently
made donations to The Emergen-
cy Fund of The Miami Philhar-
monic Orchestra and The Haven
School.
Histadrut Council Chapter
Marsha Wolfstein Chapter, His-
tadrut Women's Council, which
supports scholarships for indi-
gent Israeli students will meet
at the Barcelona Hotel Wednes-
day noon according to Mrs.
Philip Sahl, president. Surprise
entertainment will be featured.
For reservations, cfl Mrs. Mor-
ris Kogan, Mrs. Tessie Kirson,
of the Histadrut office.
EUGENE GKEENZWEIG
at 8 p.m. with Eugene Greenz-!
weig speaking on "New Thrusts
in Jewish High School Education ,
and Parent Involvement."
A youth program director,
Mr. Greenzweig is affiliated
With the Central Agency of Jew-
ish Education and serves on the
National Youth Commission of
United Synagogue Youth.
Parents of students in the
Temple Judea Junior High Reli-
gious School will attend a 7 to
Hebrew Culture
Club Meeting Set
The Hebrew Culture Club will
meet at Temple Or Olom Sunday
at 7:30 p.m., according to Mrs.
Isabelle Price, newly elected
president of the group who will
extend a welcome to members
and prospective members.
Meetings are usually conducted
in Hebrew with English transla
lions; essays, short stories,
poems and songs are presented
in Hebrew. Members include
many students attending the
classes taught by Mrs.. Sarah
Cohen, sponsor/founder of the
club.
Mrs. Cohen is affiliated with
the Miami/Dade public school
system, teaching Hebrew (con-
versational and grammatical) at
Ponce de Leon Junior High
School and at Sylvania Elemen-
tary School as well as at the
YMHA.
IVe extend our heartiest congratulations
to our colleague
HERBERT ZVI BERGER
Executive Director of the
Central Agency for Jewish Education
on being chosen as the recipient of the
RAMBAM AWARD-
MAN OF THE YEAR
by the American Miirachi Women Florida Council
March 9, 1975
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'Dames At Sea' Theme Of
Sisterhood Donor Luncheon
>
Theme of Temple Israel's an-
nual Sisterhood Donor Luncheon
Wednesday, March 19. at 11:30
a.m. in the Miami Beach Hyatt
House Hotel will be "Dames at
Sea." with the ladies coming
aboard the "M/'S Cold Digger"
through machine-made fog via a
gangplank and sound effects pro-
vided by a foghorn. Even the
tickets will be in the form of
baggage tags from a ship.
Captain Busby Berkeley and
his staff will provide a "30's
Musical Voyage," a musical ex-
travaganza cruise aboard a "ship"
decorated with red, white and
blue flags, anchors, life preserv-
ers and fishnets. The band will
be playing such oldtime hits as
"Lullabye of Broadway," Oh,
You Beautiful Doll," and 'Mak-
ing Woopie." Centerpieces will
be a combination of flags and
flowers.
The feature attraction will be
a fashion show by Jordan Marsh,
featuring styles reminiscent of
the Thirties, returning the Sis-
terhood members to a life-style
years removed but remembered
with pleasure. The stage setting
provided for J-M's fashion co-
ordinator Eleanor Morris will be
right out of "The Gold Diggers."
Cochairmen of the gala event
will be Mrs. Kenneth Rosen, Mrs.
Lloyd Ruskin and Mrs. Thomas
Green.
Leukemia Drive Launched Mar. 1
Starting March 1, over 12.000
volunteers will be contacting
their neighbors throughout Dade
and Broward Counties to collect
contributions to help combat
the devastation of the killer leu-
kemia and allied diseases.
All of the Society's programs
of world-wide research, patient
aid and education are totally
funded by public contributions.
"The cost of treating this dis-
ease has been hit by inflation,
and the number of patients be-
ing assisted by the area Chapter
(servicing Dade, Broward. Col-
lier and Monroe Counties i has
doubled in the past six months,"
Southern Florida Chapter's pres-
ident. Attorney Robert H. New-
man, reported.
Residents arc urged to for-
ward their tax-deductible gifts,
payable to the Leukemia So-
ciety, direct to area office, 1701
Congress Building. Miami. Kla.,
if a volunteer misses you at
home. The Society does not
make or participate in other
company employee collections.
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Friday, March 7, 1975
Bar Mitzvah
Deborah Rephan Scott Friedman Lester Taks Charles Weiss
DEBORAH REPHAN
Deborah Cydni, daughter of
Ms. Claire Mager and Herbert
Rephan, will be called to the
Torah as a Bat Mitzvah Saturday,
March 8, at Temple Emanu-El.
The celebrant is a student at
Lehrman Day School where she
is in the seventh grade.
Ms. Mager will host the Kid-
dush following the services in
honor of the occasion and a re-
ception Saturday at home. Spe-
cial guests Mill include Judge and
Mrs. Gerald Mager and their
children, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Rephan and their children, and
i Mrs. Anchel Friedman.
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-MITCHELL COLE
Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bennett Cole, will be called to
the Torah as Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day, March 8, at Temple Menor-
ah.
The celebrant is a student in
the Temple Menorah Religious
School, attends Nautilus Junior
High School where he is in the
seventh grade.
The celebrants parents will
host the Kiddush following the
services in honor of the occasion
and a reception Saturday at Tem-
ple Menorah.
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GARY ROSENKRANTZ
Saturday, March 8, at Temple
Judea's 11:15 a.m. services the
Bar Mitzvah of Gary, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ernst Rosenkrantz, will
take place.
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DANA BRANT
Dana, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Lawrence I. Brant of North Mi-
ami Beach, will become a lat
Mitzvah Friday evening, March
14, at Beth Torah Congregation.
Dana, a graduate of Temple
Emanu-El Day School, is now In
the seventh grade in its Junior
High School. The Friday evening
worship service will be followed
by a Kiddush in her honor.
Attending the ceremony will
be her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis J. Brooks, and Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Brook of St.
Petersburg, and Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Brook of Plantation,
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LESTER TAKS
Lester, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Taks will become a Bar
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion Saturday, March 8.
A member of the fifth grade
class at Beth Torah's Harold
Wolk Religious School, is a
seventh grade student at John F.
Kennedy Junior High School and
on the principal's Honor Roll.
His hobby is woodcraft. He has
entered two pieces of his work
for the Youth Fair to be held at
John F. Kennedy Junior High
School.
In Lester's honor, his parents
will sponsor the Kiddush follow-
ing the services and a reception
at home. The guests will include
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Buchman of North Miami
Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Taks of New York, and aunts and
uncles from New York and Con-
necticut.
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SCOTT FRIEDMAN
Scott Ian, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Friedman will be called
to the Torah as Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday. March 8, at 9:00 a.m. at
Beth David Congregation.
The celebrant is a student in
the Beth David-South-Daled class
and attends Palmetto Junior
High School where he is in the
seventh grade.
Mr. and Mrs. Friedman will
host the Kiddush following the
services in honor of the occasion
and a 7:30 p.m. dinner reception
at Beth David. Special guests will
include grandparents Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Roseman of Phila-
delphia; Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Shaines of Miami and his great-
grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Rose-
man of Philadelphia.
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CHARLES WEISS
Charles David, the son of Mrs.
Jill Weiss and Alfred Weiss will
be cajled to the Torah as a Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, March 8, at
Temple Emanu-El.
The celebrant is a student, in
the Hebrew Academy where he
is in the seventh grade.
Mrs. Jill Weiss will host a re-
ception and lunch Saturday at the
Pub Restaurant. Special guests
will include Mr. and Mr,s. Jacob
J. Levine, Mrs. Essie Weiss, Mrs.
Fannie Herman, Mr. and Mrs.
Nathaniel Kramer and Philip
Kramer, Rockville Center, N.Y,
and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kalin
from Sarasota, Fla.
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GLENN HAUSER
Glenn Reed, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Hauser will be
called to the Torah as Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday, March 8, at 6.30
p.m. in Temple Adath Yeshurun.
The celebrant is a student in
the Temple Adath Yeshurun He-
brew School and attends John F.
Kennery Junior High School
where he is in the seventh grade.
JWV Fosts And
Auxiliaries Meet
West Miami Ladies Auxiliary
No. 223, Jewish War Veterans,
was to have a regular meeting
at the home of Gladys Isgar,
5871 SW 13th St., Thursday at
8 p.m. With Past Auxiliary
President Carol Marks obligat-
ing new members Lillian Kerlsh,
MolHe Stein, Ann Wenig and
Laura Rich. Membership Pins
(5, 10, 15 and 20-year) were to
be given to about 40 members
and Hospital Volunteer Service
Certificates presented by Ruth
Burman, VAVS Deputy, to Eva
Koch, Kstelle Stein, Ruth Bur-
man, Tillie Pius, Pearl Silver-
man and President Jerri Bart-
lett.
Program also includes second
nominations and elections of of-
ficers 1975-76.
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South Dade Post No. 778's
next meeting will be held Tues-
day at 8 p.m. at Temple Beth
Am.
Saturday, March 22, at 7:30
p.m., the Post and Auxiliary will
host a ward party at the Miami
Veterans Hospital. Thursday
evening, March 27, the Post will
serve as hosts to an abbreviated
Seder, conducted by Chaplain
Rabbi Sol Landau, at the Home-
stead Air Force Base Chapel.
The Post will be represented by
Ben Clein and incoming Com-
mander Alvin Rose.
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The Ladies Auxiliary of South
Dade Post No. 778 will hold its
monthly meeting Tuesday at
8 p.m. in the teen-age building
of Temple Beth Am, 5950 N.
Kendall Dr.
Evelyn Clein, chairman of the
nominating committee, will pre-
sent a slate of officers and nomi-
nations will be open from the
floor.
Leah Eisenman, president, an-
nounces that the Auxiliary will
be represented at the Quarterly
Meeting to be held on the week-
end of March 15-16 at the Mont-
martre Hotel, Miami Beach, by
Mrs. Clein, Sylvia Dubbin, Lil-
lian Brown, Pearl Blumenthal,
Edith Novins and Mrs. Eisen-
man.
Ezras Torah Supporters
Mark 60 Years of Effort
Ezras Torah supporters are
now marking the 60th anniver-
sary of the organization.
Ezras Torah is an agency of
global relief for thousands of
Jews throughout the world.
Executive director in Greater
Miami is Rabbi Moshe Margolin,
2880 Pinetree Dr.
"In 1974 alone, Ezras Torah
distributed $1 million in relief
to 15,000 needy families in Is-
rael, and for 1975, the budget is
estimated much higher," said
Rabbi Margolin.
ACCORDING TO the Rabbi,
"some 300 apartments have al-
ready been constructed in Jeru-
salem and Bnai Brak and are
now occupied by poor Bnai To-
rah couples.
"Another 300 apartments are
in the process of construction in
the new town of Kiryat Horav
Henkin in the Talpiot section of
Jerusalem."
Rabbi Margolin explained that
Ezras Torah was founded and
headed by Hagaon Hatzadik Yo-
sef Eliyohu Henkin for half a
century and 'Is (|he central
charity chest of Torah Jewry."
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Ground breaking ceremonies for the Bank of Miami
Beach's new remote facility, a two-story building under
construction on Alton Road between 9th and 10th streets,
brings together these "hard hats" (from left) Jaime
Pino, president of the Bank of Miami Beach; Mayor Har-
old Rosen; Benjamin 1. Shulman, chairman of the board,
and Amadeo Lopez-Castro, member of the board of di-
rectors of the Bank of Miami Beach. The new facility
will service bank customers in the eastern (Bayside)
half of Miami Beach's South Shore with walk-up win-
dows, drive-in tellers and other banking facilities.
Martin Agronsky Speaking March 23
At Shaare Zedek Hospital Dinner
Theme of Jerusalem's Shaare
Zedek Hospital Dinner this year
will be a Tribute to the United
tuated in Jerusalem's venerable
Shaare Zedek Hospital.
The United States Govern-
ment, through the Department
of Migration and Refugee Af-
fairs, will participate in the con-
struction of the Outpatient
Clinic Building of the New
Shaare Zedek Medical Center,
currently under construction in
Jerusalemcompletion date ex-
pected in August 1977.
"Shaare Zedek Hospital, the
oldest in Jerusalem, celebrating
its 100th Anniversary, is called
The Hospital With a Heart'
its doors are always open to the
poor and needy of all races and
religions," Mr. Zabel pointed
out.
Reservations for the dinner
may be made by calling the
Shaare Zedek office.
MARTIN AGRONSKY
States of America, according to
Saul Zabel, executive of the lo-
cal organization.
Guest speaker will be Martin
Agronsky, award winning corre-
spondent and TV commentator.
The dinner which will be held
on Sunday, March 23, at the
Fontainebleau Hotel, will honor
the Southeast Region founders
of the new Medical Center.
"Give me your tired, your
poor, your huddled masses
yearning to breathe free." These
famous lines immortalized on
the Statue of Liberty were writ-
ten by the poetess, Emma Laza-
rus, whose name will be perpe-
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At Hatikvah's Luncheon
A gala luncheon will be spon-
sored by Hatikvah Chapter of
American Mizrachi Women
Thursday noon, March 13, at
Kneseth Israel, 1415 Euclid Ave.,
Mrs. Pearl Schwartz, president,
announced.
Guest speaker will be Mrs,.
Dorann Weber, past chairman of I
National Mizrachi Board now
residing in Israel who is present*
ly visiting her sister, Mrs. Sylvia
Dweir. She will bring a first
hand report on American Mizra*
chi projects and plans in Israel,
according to Mrs. Dweir and
Mrs. Esther Shapin program co-
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Page 7-C
iard Zilbert To Serve As
;ogue5s Acting President
immri
pal meeting last Sun
fcrd of directors of the
lien Community Syna-
imi Beach, elected
filbert as the acting
of the president will
vacant for the entire
During after the death
ar and only president,
ICohen of blessed
Hdential chair will not
H until that time when
Kill memorial service a
^fcnumontal memorial
be
ch<
chaired
ing wi
Wekiea
stablished for Mr.
D. Wilson, chairman
d, has aDDointed a
committee to be
Isidore Brafman; serv-
im will be Nathan
program chairman;
Sol Krevat, secretary, and Alfred
Lieber, gabbay. Election of of-
ficers will be held during the
Passover intermediate days.
Mr. Zilbert. well known in re-
ligious and civic organizations
and one of the founding members
of the synagogue, has oledged to
revitalize the, functions of the
congregation and a full program
of cultural and social activities
is being planned.
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, in a re-
cent message to the congrega-
tion, read excerpts of a moving
letter from Mr. Cohen to his
children and to the congregation
expressing his love for his Shule
and his Rabbi. The members
present stood in silence in his
memory.
The congreeation recently cele-
brated the 35th anniversary of
Rabbi Stern in the Rabbinate
k Pallot Dies At 77
HBlot, 77, retired owner
Tire Co., died Sunday
South Miami Hospital. He
the other of K. Albert
president of Mi.M-avne
rleral Savings ami Loan A.-.-. >-
ciation.
'. Pallot was born near Vil-
na, Russia,
es in 1913, to Spring--
-
mires Held
rntrs. Levin
At Temple Israel
Belle w Levin. 88, a teacher
was one of the founders of
Iple Israel of Greater Mia:-i.
Saturday after a lorn; i,1-
at her residence, 5014 Lake-
Dr., Miami Beach.
ill Poland, Mrs. Levin
Miami in 1925 from
nore, Mil. She receive he:
ertificate to teach from Lie
University of Miami in 1933 and
did substitute teaching in Dade
County school
Levin served three terms
^Hit of the Sisterhood
of 1 Israel of Greater Mi-
jresident of the Great-
lami Section of the Nation-
al CouncJI.of Jewish Women and
W a mem! er and mie n' tie
founders af the first national
board for Hie Women's Lodges
of B'nai F/iiiii.
Mrs. Levin is survived by her
son, Rob. i i ]>,.; daughter. Mrs.
OTOthy L. .- :..lla. a.\ i: :
ildren and
fees were held Mondav at
Israel of Greater Miami
the direi lion of Newman
;ral Hi. e. Interment fol-
in Temple Israel Mem
al Park.
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eiyn Deck v. 62,
Active In J\VY A
Services were held Wednesday
under the direction of Riverside
Chape's fni "-I
ji9p,.of Miami Beach, who passed
jjrVavay Monday, March 3. Inter-
|ent wa- in Mount Sinai i'etn-
field, Mass. He came to Miami
in 1923, and -opened Pallot Tire
Co. in. 1924.
He kept the tire company for
25 years, then worked for his
brother at Norton Tire Co. for
another 20 years.
He was a member of the Elks,
and of Temple Judea.
Mr. Pallot is survived by his
wife. Jean; a daughter, Mrs.
Sonya Horwich; a son, Peter; a
brother, E. Albert Pallot; two
sisters. Mrs. Lillian P. Shulman
and Mrs. Betty P. Klein; and
live giandchiklren.
Services were held at Temple
Judea Monday with Riverside
Chapel in charge. Burial follow-
ed at Mount Nebo Cemetery.
Funeral Services
Held Tuesday For
Mrs. Sossin, 55
Rhoda Sossin, 55, who was ac-
tive in many organizations to aid
Israel, died Sunday after a long-
illness. She lived at 630 W. Di-
Lido Dr., Miami Beach and was
the wife of Dr. Michael Sossin.
owner of Sossin Systems, nurs-
ing and retirement homes based
in Miami Beach.
Mrs. Sossin moved to Miami
Beach 25 years ago from Toronto.
Canada. She graduated from the
University of Toronto.
She was oast "resident of the
Miami Beach Women's Chapter
of the American Jewish Congress,
past secretary of TemDle Emanu-
El Sisterhood, oast secretary of
th? Bayview Club, and a member
of Hadassah.
B>=ide- her huband. Mri. Sos-
=:n is survived hv a son, Mark:
twn Drifters. Richard and Dr.
Wi frd R-'van; and a sister. Mrs
Favp Sossin.
Corir>o; wen* h"ld Tuesday
u-ilr the direction of Riversids
Chaiel".
Deflations mav be made in her
memory to th? Paiani^oUou
r->nr Research Institute in
Mfami.
Irs. Decky came to Sivith
Ida from the Bronx, N.Y.,
years aeo ami was a mem er
f the Ladies Auxiliary of Mi-
ami Beach Post No. 330. Jewish
War Veterans, the Jewish Fed-
eration, Pythian Sisters, Bis-
cayne Democratic Club, Anna
MfUer Circle. Technion. I'mt-d
Order of True Sisters, B'nai
B'rith, Umled Fund, Rer.ecca
Lodge Mkmei ican Jewish Con-
Itrand Jury Association
and i Hmi Beach Chapter of
Hadassah
Sunrivois include her hus-
snd. Hairy, daughters Selina
nd Zena Decky, and her moth-
Ida Spizack, al! of Miami
ich.
Mnorial donations may be
irto JWV No. 330 or Miami
Hadassah.
If THB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIA'. CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA 'N NO FOH
DDE COUNTV
pooSJTt DIVISION
pOBte NO. 75-418
PHILIP CAI-OWITZ
d"
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
~n A" Cedltora and A'' p-rsons Hiv-
Inif C'n'ms or Demand." Aaainat Said
E s a' e:
Vou are herebv notified and renulr-
.1 In present anv claims and demands
which vou miv have nm1""' 'he "--
tnte of PHILIP OAI.OWITZ de-
,..,.ed |t of Dade Count v. Florida,
lo the riu" Judges of Dade Coun-
iv and '"e the same in duol'caie and
na --..vidoii 'n Section 733 16. Florida
Statutes. In their offices in the C-u"-
i nurthouae In Dade Countv. Flor-
'.. th'n f"'ir eniond-i- months frnaa
the time of the first publication here-
of e -h.. .-,m- nil1 be barred
I-' II rii Miami. F'"-'da. thin 4th
,1 |] of M.'-->' a n IMS
\l, iRTON OA1 EN
As Executor
| nuhlli-atlo- of thta ""'..... o"
.. >... |-..- -.-. h, If>73.
FROMBERd FROMBERQ 4
I i-m pA.
BY: :i Allan shore
Alt.,.-rev for E-'a'" of Ph"i" Ch'owIU
\ i: Miami 0 daaa Drive.
North Miami Beach. Florida
with a banquet at the Deauville
Hotel.
The Rabbi is preparing a book
on the life of J. C. Cohen, of the
most famous philanthropists of
our times.
Co-founders of the synagogue
are Samuel Cohen and Simon
Hanan, vice president; Morris
Krevat and Alex Litman.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
J. GWYNN PARKER '
PROBATE NO. 75-827
to Re- Ktnle of
HENRY RESNIK
daoaaaad
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demandx Against Said
Batata:
You are herebv notified and reoulr-
ed lo present anv claims and demands
which vou mav have airainst the es-
tate of HENRY BEBNTK, de-
ceased late of Dade Count v. Florida,
to the Circuit Judees of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In duollcale and
as provided In .Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes. In their officea In the Coun-
Iv Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida within four calendar months from
the lime of the flrat nuhlication here-
of, or the same will he barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 5th
day of March. AD. 197.1
FANNY RESNIK
As ExerUlrix
First nuhlication of this notice on
on the "th dav of March. 1970.
KVVIT.VKY. KKOOP ft
SCHEINBDRQ PA.
4.'" Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida 33139
AtUrn.ev.for Executor... .,
___________________________________3/7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 75-99t
In Re: Batate of
ELIZABETH H COLLINS
dcc-asi-d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
inir ("aims or Demands Airainxt Said
Batata:
You are hereby notified and reoulr-
ed to Dreaent anv claims and demands
uliicli m.u mav have .-iirainsi the es-
tate ..f ELIZABETH H. COLLINS de-
ed late of Dade Count v. Florida.
to the Circuit Juditcs ot Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In dunllcale and
as provided In Section 7M.lt. Florida
Statutes, it, their offices In the Coun-
tv Courthouse i' Dade fountv. Flor-
ida within four calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of or th.- snme will he barred
Filed al Miami. Florida.' this rlh
day of March A D 197a
AWE BRADLEY
MARCIA C LEE
As Kxecutrices
First nuhlication of this notice on
on the 7lh dav of March. ItTS.
Qoldman, Ooldateln ft Paczier
Anornev for Blxeoutrlcei
2401 W. Flakier Street
Miami. Fla 3313.1
___________________________________11/7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY IS I VEX that
the undersUmed, desiring to entcage In
business under the fictitious name of
HAYDEX HOI'SE at 4744 N.E. Miami
Court. Miami. Florida 33137. Intend! to
realater said name with the Clerk of
ll Circuit Court of Dade County,
Fl'irida.
P. H. ALFORDOwner
8-7-14-21-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 75-841
In RE: Batate of
ni.ilA SOLOT
il.....
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To .vr Creditors and All Persona Hav-
Ina Claims or Demands Aaiiinsi Said
Estate:
v<.u art hereby notified and reouir-
eil to nreaenl anv claims and demand*
which vou mav have aaalnal the es-
taie of OIOA sol ot deceased
late "f Dade County, Florida,
to the I'ircuii Judees of Dade County,
and It!*- the same In duplicate and as
ad In Election 788 16, Florida
statutes in their offices iii the Coun-
ts Courthouse in Dade Countv, Flor-
ida, '' Ithln four calendar months from
the t in- of the first publication here-
of, or the same will he barred
Filed al Miami Flo'i-i-i. this 2Blh
day of February ad 1978
BEYMOt'R H.\ I PBRN
As Executor
First publication of thla notice on
the 7th dav of March. IMS.
HERBERT SEIDEU ESO.
* -nev for Estate
;. .Hscavne Blvd.
3/7-14
KGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICl
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. 75-1297
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX HE: THE MARRIACE OFl
EI.ISEO RUIZ.
Husband.
MBRCBDB8 B"JAN RtJIB,
Wife.
TO:
MERCEDES IIIJAN RI'IZ
Reslfleiu-e Address 1'nknown
YOr ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
rliiKc has been filed auainst vou and
vou are reauired to serve a conv of
your written defenses If anv. to It on
Alb.it i. Canioarte, attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address is 2491 NW.
7ih Street. Miami. Florida 33125. and
file the etiifinal with Ihe clerk of the
above Styled courl on or before April
11. R'7'i,: otherwise a default will be
entered ajtalnal you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or peti-
tion
This notice shall he published once
ewch week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAX.
WITNESS inv hand and the seal of
said courl al Miami. Florida on this
4th dav of March. 1991
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Aa Clerk i'ircuii Court
Dade Counlv. Florida
By B I'ERF.z
As n.-iiiiiv Clerk
(Circuit Court Scali
VI BERT I CVRRICARTE. P.A.
24!H N v.' 7th sii.-.i
Miami. Worlds "3i2.->
Attorney for Petitioner
_ :: 7-14-21-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
J. GWYNN PARKER
PROBATE NO. 75-1036
In HE: Estate of
ABRAHAM HOFFMAN
lie, eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltora and All Peraoni H iv-
Ina Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are herebv notified and reauir-
ed to present anv claims and demands
which \'u may have aaalnal the es-
tate of ABRAHAM HOFFMAN de-
ceased late of Dade Countv. Florida.
lo the Circuit JudlC! Of Dade Countv.
and fib- the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.111. Florida
Statutes in llleir offices in Ihe Coun-
lv Courthouse iii Dade Countv. Flor-
ida, within four calendar months from
th.- time of the first nuhlication In re-
of. or the same will he barred
Filed al Miami. Florida. Ihia 3rd
dav of Man h, A D, 1975
BENJAMIN BERNSTEIN
As Administrator
Mrs! publication of this notice on
the 7th dav of March. 1975
('.ROVER CIMEXT, W EINSTEIN
ft STAt'BER
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Attomev for Batata
821' Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach Florida
3 7-14
NOT'CE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
by virtu.- of Chapter 878 Florida Stnt-
utei Annotated (1941) Warehouseman
and Warehouse Recelnta Wherein AB-
i-i.TT MOVING .v- STORAGE CO., a
Florida cornoratlon by virtue of Ita
warehouse lien has In its noasesaion
the follow ini; described property.
I'sed Household aonda as the nrooerty
of CLIFFORD STEWART, whom lasl
known nd.lvcss was I79K N.W 55th
Street. .Miami. Florida, and thai on
Ihe 18 li dav of March. 197". duties the
leaal hours of sal.- mainly between
11:08 forenoon and 2:00 In ihe after-
noon al 2186 N W 24tll Avenue Mi-
ami. Florida the undersigned al all
offer for sale to the hiirb. si bidder
for cash in hand the above described
pronerty of ci iffohd STEWART.
Dated at Mianv. Florida, this :ird
rtav of March. IOT8.
3 7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-5932
In PR- E~ate of
VICTOR ROBERT EMANCEL
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
""o Al* Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
You are herebv notified and reouir-
ed lo present anv claims and demands
which vou mav have airainsi the es-
i ,,f VICTOR ROBERT EMANCEL
deceased late of Dude Countv. Florida,
to the Circuit Judtres of Dade Counlv.
and file the same in dun'lcale and as
proceed In Section 7331K Florida
BtaMtea In their offices in the Cnun-
:. Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within four calendar months from
the lime of the first nuhlication here-
of, or the same will be barrel
Filed al Miami. Florida, this UTth
dav ol ''"li'iiii'v. V ll 1"7:..
FRANCIXr EMANCEL
v- ExecntHx
First publication Of this notice on
the 7th dav of March. 1975.
HERBERT SEIDEU ESO.
Attorney for Estate
2212 Blsoavne Blvd.
3 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME I AW
notice is HBREBT GIVEN that
the underpinned, desinnir to t-tiKaKe in
business under the fictitious name of
OLL ASSOCIATES at number 14700
Biscavne Boulevard. In the City of
Miami. Florida. Intend to register the
anid name with the Clerk of the Clr-
oult Curt of Dade Counlv. Florida
Dated at Miami, ""orida this 26th
dav cr February. 1973.
GIORIA I IRIA
I.AI'RA BRAWER
LILLIAN GROSS
MYF"S KAPLAN I.EVINSON
ft KEN IN
BY: EDWARD E I.EVINSON
Attoi nej for Applicant
M-.'K Brickell Avenue
Miami. Florida 33131
3'7-14-21-28
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. 75-6731
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
ELIAS CRUE Petitioner.
and
EI.IO CHEZ. Respondent
TO: El.lo CRUX
Union 7o." Altos
Miramar Santurce
Puerto Rico 00907
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riase has been filed aKalnst vou and
vou are reauired to serve a copy of
your written defenses If any. to it on
ADOLFO KOSS, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address Is 101 N.W. 12th
Avenue. Miami. Florida 33128. and file
th.- orivinal with the clerk of the
above stvled court on or before Aorll
II. l!"7r.; p.thervt iH. .rfefcjult will bo
entered aafalnal vou for the relief de-
manded iii the complaint or petition.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH Fl.ORIDl.VN
WITNESS in\ hand and the seal of
said court at Miami Florida on this
28th dav of February. 1975
RICHARD P BRINKER
Al Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
llvT D DEI c, A DO
As Denutv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
ADOI.PO K< IS8. ESQUIRE
Attorney for Petitioner
1"! \" VV 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33138
3 -7-14-21-28
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. 75-6732
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF:
CARMEN FERRETTI.
Petitioner.
and
I i.MINOi i FERRETTI.
Respondent
TO: DOMINGO FERRETTI
t Residence I'nknowni
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution if Mav
rlaat has been filed aaralnsl you and
vou are reauired to serve a copv of
your written defenses. If anv. to it on
A DO I FO KOSS. attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose addreai la i"l N.W 12th
Avenue, and file the ortarinal with the
clerk of the above stvled court on or
before Anril 11. l!'7r. otherwise a de-
fault will he entered anainst vou for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or p.-tition.
This notice shall be Published once
each week tor four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH F1 ORIDIAN.
WITNESS mv band and the seal of
-aol i out I at Miami. Florida on this
l s, 11 dav of February. 1*75
RICHARD P BRINKER
_\ i",-V Clrcu'l C.ort
Dude Countv. Florida
B\ D I'El i;.vi i
As Denutv Clerk
(Circuit Court S..ii i
VI" 'I FO l\i ISS. ESQUIRE
Attorm v for Petitioner
ol N vv ljih Avenue
Miami. Florida 83128
8/7-14-2I-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICl IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the UIldelslKlled. desirinB to eimaire in
business under ihe fictitious name of
ROGEPS AUTO SI'I'l'LY at number
2S15 N VV 16th Street, in the Citv of
Miami. Florida, intends to realater
1 name i Itk the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade d unty, Fl
Dated il Miami. Florida, this :.'.th
dav of February, 1976
Al 1 ICK S ENTERPRISES (M\
Bj Alllck Bpateln President
DAV 1' P CATSMAN
Attorney for Annllcant
s i: 2nd Avenue
Mi^mi. Florida 33131
3/7-14-21-28
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCT'VE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-6590
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE F:
EDWARD JAMES MI'LLANE.
Husband
and
NEI t IE ACNES MI'LLANE.
TO: NELLIE AGNBS MI'LLANE
3 Hillsvlew Street
Canton. Massachusetts ___
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage ha- be.n filed airainst you and
vou are reauired to serve a conv of
yotlr written defenses, if anv. to It on
BAXTER FRIEDMAN, RORBlNb ft
FISCHER, attorneys for Husband.
Whose address is 1878 N E 163rd
Str,..i Not'h Miami Beach. Florida
3:;|i-.-.'. and file the original with the
clerk of the above stvled court on or
before Anril 11. 1!'7r.: otherwise a de-
fault will b- entered aaalnal vou fr
the relief demanded In the comnlaint
or petition .....
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FlORimAN
WITNESS mv hand and the seal ot
Sid court at Miami. Florida on this
"7th dav of February I9T5
Rii HARD P BRINKER
A- i'.rlc (!|t nil Court
I lade 'ouni\. Florida
Bv B PEREZ
As D-ini'v Clerk
rOrcull Court Seall
BAXTER FRIEDMAN, ROBBINS
.. FISCHER
'-;-, N B lUSrd Street
Nor'h Miami Beach Florida 33163
916-76
By HARVEY BAXTER
Attorney foi Husband ...,.,--


+ MmistrkrrJi3r
Friday. VU.-
Dialojiue On Catholic-Jewish
Relation-hip- At Beth Sholom
i -
-*r. tw, Htiuati{ e:r?T-ae:
treat Ht
..--:- ; -,: ?. ?.,:'..
.-. i -
UBS) : ajJBI f the
Greaser M^au am aeias; ace-
srsted by Teazle Beth Sfcoi
of Greater Hiw Moaday at
am at the teaaple 4144 Chase
4 M-am. Beach, accerdiaf ta
by Kahbr. Leoe
Wader af Beth
Baa Fannery it esec-otire aee-
rattrj af the Seeretana*.
CastoafeJeviat Belations. N-
tMaal Ceofereace af Cathoa*
Acfaah of the J*I 23 'Tentur-
tet af Aanu-Seaasuwr." His article
"The Create* Hatred : Haaaaa
History." printed ;= the Mew
Vert Tianes, aaaaaJ > ajual >
aetiaa amongst Jew* aad Christi-
e afte
-
-

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. < r-~
Arab Refuse**, aad -Chriai
aad ."- he Trape Past i
'- H. :--'. '.-.-*
A *TTtT for the saaardiy
.* rector of -
faifc Federation oa Befc
- -.-... :-.::-: :--..: .'.
' t -"- >'./
-.- ; :'. -.-'.- -.'.
brew C<
The recently iaraed -Vatican
r Re.ir::r.s v-
iat :>r.-- :" '
%:,z. t~ -: (asm I
-
The program if open to the
general pcbiie aad is lUcenorH
by the Council of Charuret under
the aTupaees of the Leoe Kronish
Institute af Laving Judaism aad
funded by the Tbirti**!i Annner-
ar rasa" for Third Ceatury
USA
Golden Builder** Luncheon Set By
Florida Women's Division March 13
el aad the Loaise v.
mao W-se Youth Hostel *
.
to* Florida Worn*-- Di
can Jew.
:'j awes -
wad
All funds raised will be 6*
' the Louise Water-
A.ve Youth Hostel ifl Jero-
*,*.m. which series as c.
th:p training and art
M'Alf.T. and
Jewish youth
dj sesame dedicated to nnder-
s'iTd atessdaf and :,.
ite af Israel.
ctar studded entertainment
will include Beaaor LaForge.
nv-mo soprano an-; a.m.
tenor, who will be featured in
:;.- frtrr '.;-'' =
Lur ="
.-. -
I
I
Rose
Hyamv Be) c
Kaplan. Fay Lus-
W- P.,.<
: So~
na Jeamat Spevack, Judith Tep-
per. Bernice Wassermann. L..'..aP.
Weiaa Charlotte Wheeler.
and Connie v.
sky
r*oi retervatlooi and tether
informatiofl call Mrs. M:Idred
of the

Senior Adult Da\ Center To
Be Dedicated Next Wednesday
The Doj^ia^ Gardeni Citj ot
Mu.rr.. Baaior AdaiK Day Center
housed in Legion Park a: 6441
nk 7th Ave. will be aathcated
at noon nex*. Wednesday
The pilot program inaugurat
ed under the City of Miami Park-
and Recreation Department, pro
vides a wide range of support
ver/ices such as counseling, nu-
tritio nand health education, be-
sides offering diverse BCth
Among the activity programs in
operation at the center are 'rafts.
painting, dance, current events,
bhigo and shuffleboard.
The city day enter is ooen to
all ethnic groups on a 'sliding
scale' basi1*tboae who arc; abh
to pay what Uatf can afford It
is under the mandZ'-ment if the
Douglas Gardens Miami ie
Home and Hospital for the Affed
located dose to the daj
at 151 N'E 52nd St
A United Way agency, the M
ami Jewish Home and Ho
has been part of the eommun "
Sara Helfand Reviews Book
Sara Helfand v.iil reviea
Joseph Heller's best seller
"Something Happened" at the
Thursday noon. March 13. meet
ing of Miami Beach Chapter
American Technnn Society-
Women's Division. Mrs. Dorothy
Arthur, life membership vice
president, will be chairman of
the day; new life members will
be honored. Mrs. Belle Stein r
accepting telephoned rcserva
fjons from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
iing to execu-
tive diJ tor Fi ID Hirt
The Df $75,000
iharini funds
to run the pilot day program for
an initial nine months.
Open from 8:30 a m. to 5 p.m..
Monday "hrough Friday, the day
center offers '.ran spoliation for
many of tl participants, aje 60
and over A hot lunch and two
snack' are provided during the
day by the Miami Jewish Home
and Hospital
Since the center opened Jan.
6 it- enrollment has grown to
S3 participants, but there are
still vim--- openings available.
M' Roz Kupin. R.N.. project di-
tional president
dies Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish War Veterans oj the
United States, will be ir.
'.he Miami area March 14-
16 for her official visit to
the Department of Florida
Ladies Auxiliary. She is
scheduled to speak before
a number of JW\'A groups
in various locations.
. I
Hundreds of residents o* 100 Lincoln Road gatke-'is ...
day. Feb. 23, to honor Keg Friedman (rigfu i ;-
moke iheir commitment- to the 19~5 Combines
Appeal Israel Emerge-.:..- Fund. Pretexting Mr. Fned-
. with a special leadership award on behai' Ae
Qren:er Miami Jewish Fe-de'ation was ftart Poscte,
the buildings CJA-IEF chtiirmm.
Judge Frederick Barad To Be
Installed As Temple President
Cc rt Jadge F:e:rr.:'i Lr.-.rrEjr. Daj S -
JITJCE FREDERICK BARAD
Yiddish Culture Wincle
n Segal, educator and re-
speak about and
. trate the awl
post, ."/-- Manser,*' J.
;ck will appear in
- I "- '. poems by the pt
and Chasm F>
in melodies of
=it 10:30 tun. at Ag.
^el Hebrew Instil
a Meisel raiD preside.
Rhode Island Club Meeting
Bonus Lecture Is Free
Adete Sandberg of the Adopt-
A-Family Program wiil present
new challenges to subscribers
and visitors to the Greer.
Institute m another bonus lecture
and open discussion on "If At
First You Don't Succeed ."
Sunday at 10 a.m. There is no
charge.
Meeting, Book Review Set
SurLide Women's League pres-
ident Liilian 'Mrs. Harry L.i
Cohen has announced an impor
tant business meetin? for Mo*>-
day at 12:30 p.m. in the Surfside
Town Hall, followed by a review
of Garson Kanin's book "A Thou
League member Svlvia St^in
N E 11 .
El of Miami Beach St
saacs
The 6 z ~ fathering a
the indu'.:.
i : trustees ... 11 '.
.'-e.-.rrr.i.-. rabbi :'. Te
- II
>ear-
Judge Barad will
fe Herber S Shapiro who
---.i.-ei i- rmaa
he board Samuel N .-
a past president and I
:' Temple Emans-E]
mstallad a- chsirmsn af the
board
Vice presidents who will take
- include Samuel Adler, Ir.-
Cowan, Dr. Shern-.ar. R EEap
Ian, Harry A Levj Ste]
Moss, Herbert Sadk:.-. ".
Sirkin Michael Taine; u
ard Zilbert .
Judge Birai -x^s a y
tan D3de County judge b
- elected
ha^ been reelecte
county court. An ad
Zionist and Jewish ho
moves up from the post o:
man of the board of eduei
of Temple Emanu-EI aci of tne
Honorary
".
I j ':
Dr Stanl
Pntehtman A
Sasauel J Halperia Si Lip. |
Hi::, :
Em. ''. rtot -
.-;. Bait and George Tal a
A past ;. toj
::
Franke'.. Samuel N F:
; aeph M Rose Harrj -
Joseph M. Upton, M
rr.ir. Joseph
rr.3?. and Judge Shapir
Other off.^er; .. be 1
sworr. .:. 2.
:: Eorei
tarias; Dr. Jack S Falk Ja:k
.-.-.-berg and C;.
ite lecretaries: J
treasurer: L Fried'
unnel Katz. \.::
Lawrence M -
c:ate treasurer.-: Hei
ud Abel H lu
-. H
IT Pea:.
nancial wcrr?:3r.ej: D: H
R '.'
ani Jack C ;-: I niel
Neal He'.ler. Oscar M i
Albert Ocalp, associate r?;jrdin
K r?tir:?.
Workshop On Passover To Stress
Culinary Delights Of Festival
A joint workshoD on Passov-er.
=tres-in2 the culinary delight; of
the Jewish festival, will be heid
Wednesday by the Hebrew
Academy Women and the Parent-
Teachers Association of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy
The 1 p.m. session is free and
"""n to the general Dublic Chair-
men are Claire Mrs. Josh) Re-
phen. president of the PT.A
Irene (Mrs. Leonard I Adi(
dent of the Hebrew Academy
Women
V;vian -Mr?. Murray; K
ner. home economics instructor,
at the Miami Beach i
girls h;2h school ito lent* i
Hebrew Academy wiil ,
ttrate and distribut :
K isher-for-Passorer items
A r.-? motion
ing how to prepare '
Passover and aiusU
over cooking also will
r-d a oanei he-. :
A x;nder Gro>>. nil
I Beth El Congregation and
Academy.
"
Miami Beach builder, Stephen Muss
(left) vice chairman of the 1975 Combin-
ed Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund, took the opportunity Sunday to
confer with visiting Israeli President
Ephraim Katzir (second from left). Other
key CJA-IEF leaders meeting the Presi-
dent were (left to right) Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, spiritual leader of Temple
Menorah; Rafael Kravec, Campaign Di-
rector for Miami's Cuban-Hebrew com-
munity, and Cuban-Hebrew Chairman Dr.
George Feldenkreis. Mr. Muss and other
campaign leaders are now finalizing plans
for the annual Pacesetter Ball Saturday
at the Eden Roc Hotel.

Ner Tj;
Beach, will answer
on Passover.
Students of the Hebr
were selected t
ome President Eohraim ^!
z r of the State of Isra
hi-s visit to Miami Be
week, and Rabbi Gross was ^
of ven Der.jons wh > I
the Israeli head of state when
arrived at Miami Internal
Airport.


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