The Jewish Floridian

'n ; the Petition for Dissolution of
Marrtaae on the Pet'tlorier's ^"nrnev.
MVIN s. CAWN. vn Blacayne
Boulevard. Miami Florida, and file
the orialnal Answer or Pleadtiiai in
he i if lice >>f the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the ttth day of
March. lOTS. if you fall to do so.
ludamenl by default will be taken
attains! you for the relief demanded
n the Petition fur Dissolution "f Mar-
riaae
'"his r.u'i.'e shall he puhllsherl one*
each week for frnj'- consecutive wet-kn
i the .!' Ish Florldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
F'nrida, this 18th day of February.
'.'7."..
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk nf th.' i "in uii Court
Dade County. Florida
Itv c P I'HI'KI.AXD
Iienu'v Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
tlA'IN s. CAWN
Attorney for Petitioner
: M Blaca) ne Houlevard
Miami. Florida 33132
2/21-28 S/7-14
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-M36
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE >
IN RE: The Maerlaxe of
ETHEI. ROSE SIIUEL.
Wife,
ami
HERMA N SOBEL.
Husband,
Tii. MR HERMAN snnEI*
107-10 Croc-heron Avenue
Flushlna. Ne York 11351
VOL" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
rlaae has been filed aaainai you and
you are reuulred to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it on
Kwitney, Ki.....p & Bchelnbera* ottor-
nes for Petitioner, whose address is
4^ii Lincoln Road, Suite ."il". Miami
Beach Florida 8S1SS. and file the
orialnal with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before March _';.
1975: otherwise a default will he en-
ter, -ii auain.i irou for the relief de*
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published onca
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH I'll Hill HAN
WITNESS mv hntnl anil the seal of
sanl court at Miami, Florida on this
14th day of February, 1973
RICHARD P I'.KINKER
,\> Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By I. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
KWITNEY. Kli'iOP &
8CHEINBEHO, P A
420 I Incoln Road Suite 511
Miami Beach. Florida 33131
Attorney t"i Petitioner
105-538-7575
1 11-18 3'7-14
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 : 755351
ACTION TO APPOINT GUARDIAN
AD LITEM TO REPRESENT ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES IN SUIT TO
CLEAR TITLE
MIAMI BLUE RIVER
INVESTMENTS. INC..
Plaintiff.
GERARD RUSSO and HELEN RUS-
SO. his wife, their heirs and all
those persons claimina under them:
and HAROLD man ASA a k.'a
HAROLD T. MANASA. a single man.
his heirs and those persons claiming
under him.
Defendants.
TO: OEItARD Rt'SSO and HELEN
RI'SSO. in- wife, their heir I
all those persons claimina uh.i.t
them; il HAROIJ) manasa
a :. a HAROI li T MANASA, a
slnale man, his heir- nnfl those
persons claimina under him.
I RESIDENCE FNKNOWN)
TOl ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action to appoint Guardian
Ad I.item to represent all unknown
parties in suit to clear title on the
following described nronerty:
Lot 5. B'oek A. FIHST AHIHTIri.V
TO CORAL WAY \:i LAOE. SEC-
TION A paiit THREE, accordlna
to the P'nt thereof, as reoorded in
P Bl Book (1. at Paire 03. of thr
Public Records of Dade County.
Florida:
has been filed aeainst you and vou
are reaulred to serve a copy of your
written OUII.I.ERMO SOSTCHIN ESO'IltE.
Attorney for Plaintiff wlione address
is 101 N.W, llth Avenue. Miami.
Florida, ami file the orialnal with the
Clerk of the above styled Court on
or before March 18. 1975: otherwise a
default will be entered aaalnat vou
fiir the relief demanded in the Com-
plaint.
Thl-i notice shall be published once
a week for four consecutive weeks
in :h.. JEWISH Fl >RIDIAN.
witness my hand and seal of
-aid Courl at Miam;. Hole County,
Florida, .hi this llth day <>f Feb..
RICH VRD P BRINKER
a- Clerk "ly u court
Dade 'mini v. Florid i
M KI IMINSKI
> Denut< C erk
U i -ii i Renl)
i; I1 ERMO SOSTCHIN, ESQl'IRE
\>- ::\i:v FOR l'l AINTIFF
lot N W 12th Avi i n-
Miami. Florida 3312S (324-4555)
2 21-18 3/T 14
Nr-TICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTH :; .- HEREBY OIVDN that
the ui lerslaned, deslrlna to enaaaa
In i.i|v;..,.>s under the fictltloua name
r.t Fl l i: PARTNERS nl nunil.. I I
I Im oln Road, Sun,- 187, in the City
ol Miami Beach, Florida, intends to
tl with the Clerk
Circuit Courl "f Dade County.
Dateu at Miami Beach, Florida thiu
I4tli da) of February. 1975
I'll 11 IP BIRNBAl'M
DAVID KASKEL
HERMAN KASKEL
CONSTANT1N MALINOVSKT
A Jeffrej Barash, Esq.
Mever, Weiss Rose *L Arkln
\ for Applicant
47 1 Im >l i Rotd
Miami Beai h. Fl<
2.21-2S 3/7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDIC'AL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 75-47''7
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marrl it- of
A86EF1LLE F RL'MPH
Wife.
HENRY WILLIS RtTMPH,
Ha.iband
VOU. HENRY WII.I.IS RCMPH.
residence unknown, .n^ reuulred to
file your answer to the petition for
dissolution of marriaare with the Clerk
of tic above Court and serve a copy
upon iictitioi:."-s attorney.
li.-- m .ii Col ea, Baa 621 s w i-t
mi, Florida J31S0, on or
before March -4. 197$, or else peti-
tioi yt|i be confessed,
I-, ed Feb 11, 1975,
RICHARD P. BRINKER,
Clerk. Circuit Court
liv T D DEI.rlADO
Deouty Clerk
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imi, Florida Friday, March 14, 1575
Section C
CAJE Offers Model Program
For Leadership Development
in recent years, Jewish com-
munities have expressed
and more concern in finding ways
to strengthen Jewish Identity
during the post Bar Mitzvah and
Bat Mitzvah years.
In response to this ever grow-
ing challenge, the Central Agen-
cy for Jewish Education, a mem-
ber of the Greater Miami Je
ration's family of agencies
and beneficiary of the Combln > i
i: Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund, has established a model
Akiy High Scho '. Program for
Youn Lead
,\v the pro-
'gram seeks to select and ed-
appropriate high school students
for roles of maximum service to
the community. It consists of a
serie of educational and social
experience I to motivate
students who have demonstrated
l :. I irship p itential. to bee ime
actively involved in the com-
munity.
"The very fabric of our Jew-
ish culture is changing," said Zvi
Berger, executive director of
CAJE. "We musl be sensitivi I i
the growing tr Is In our own
tnunity a.
pen
ti -.
. |gh the /
Prof. Allen Pollack To Be
Featured Speaker Mareli
31
Professor Allen Pollack, i
ber of the executive hoard of the
World Zionist Organization and
the board of governors of the
Jewish Agency, will be the fea
turcd speaker at this years com-
munity wide Histadrut Third
Seder, honoring Jacob and Har-
riet Rifkin, Monday, March 31,
at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Announcement of Professor
Pollack's acceptance was made
by Dr. Leon Kronish, honorary
chairman, Morris Newmark,
Council president, and Moe Lev-
in, chairman of the Histadrut
board of directors.
Irving Gordon, the director of
the South Florida Histadrut Cam
paign and Third Seder coordi
nator announced that tickets are
now available and may be pur-
chased at the Histadrut office at
420 Lincoln Rd.
Long active in Jewish com
munal affairs, Prof. Pollack is
a member of the National Execu
tive of the Labor Zionist Alii
ance, the executive commltte
the 'National Conference on
Soviet Jewry, the Young lead
ship cabinet of the United Jew-
ish Appeal and is among the
leadership of many other promi-
nent Jewish bodies.
Bernard B. Jacobson, national
executive vice president of the
National Committee for Labor Is
rael will present the "Heart of
Israel Award" to this year's
honorees, Jacob and Harriet Rif-
kin.
- 'uel Fershko, Israeli com-
poser an I
dire ;or of Temple Emanu-El,
will produce an original Ha
PROF. ALLEN POLLACK
dab.
A number of outstanding art-
tots ill : .'inn in this year's
Haggadah. entitled "If I Forget
Thee O Jerusalem." Among them
are Cantor Zvi Adler of Temple
Emanu-El, Cantor Jacob B. Men-
del son of Beth Torah Congrega
gation, the Beth Torah Youth
chorus, Mrs. Philip F. Thau,
Prof. Andre A. Bialolenky, and
the popular mezzo soprano, Sara
Fershko.
Rep. Elaine Bloom's Topic To Be
'What's Facing Florida In 1975"
Elaine Bloom, Dade County's
Representative in the Florida
State Legislature, will be the fea-
tured speaker at the meeting of
the Chaira Weizman. Branch of
the FarbandLabor''ionist Al-
liance Tuesday at 7:30 o.m in
the Washington Federal at 1234
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Her topic will be "What's Facing
Florida in 1975."
Moe Levin, chairman of the
Weizman Branch and vice oresi-
dent of the Israel Histadrut. Foun-
dation of America anm'i
Mrs. Bloom's appearance.
"In view of the economic sit-
uation prevalent in the Country,
and the many problems that face
the State of Florida, namely the
large influx of new population,
the slowdown in the real estate
market, the record numbers of
unemployed, and the prospects
for tourism, this meeting will be
of great imoortance tnd benefit
to all. and the public is invited,"
Mr. Levin said.
Assisting Moe Levin at the
meeting will be Mann Bun! s!n,
: Isadore H im-
new'y ele vies dk i-
dents, and Sam Freed, who re-
- of fi-
nanci i -......tary.
The officers will ronor* on the
program of exi
their respective departments.
we are able to train and educate
young -lews of high school age in
the workings of an organized
Jewish community and provide
them with oppor'unities to ex-
press individual leadership
roles."
Approximately 30 students
from different programs, groups
anil schools am now members of
the Akiva program. Membership
is by invitation and recommenda-
tions for membership are based
on students' individual activities
in educational and communal af-
fairs.
Students meet once a week to
did uss compl problems and
in Jewish communal
life. Four hours of supplementa-
ry Judaira studies are required
weekly, along with selective at-
tendance b) CAJE administrative
meetings and GMJF Planning and
Budgeting meetings.
"Through these and other func-
tions, students learn how the
Greater Miami Jewish communi-
ty works in relation to other
American Jewish communities
and to Israel.'' said Akiva direc-
tor Gene Greenzweig. who is also
Youth Programming director of
CAJE.
"Program materials and events
emphasize Jewish commitment
and responsibility. Through in-
depth exposure and training.
students become aware of com-
munity and Jewish thinking and
discover their own ideal roles in
community leadership."
The Akiva High School Pro-
mam for Young Jewish Leaders
is an outgrowth of the success-
ful Hcbrew-Judaica High School
Program, established by CAJE in
1971. Originating with an enroll-
ment of 60 students, the program
now enrolls approximately 1,800
students.
"A diverse selection of Judaica
courses are offered through the
program, varying in intensity
from, informal round-table dis-
cussions and coffee house proj-
ects to intense Judaica courses
eligible for college credit." said
Rabbi Shimon Azulay. coordinat-
or of the Judaica High School.
"Enrollment in the Hebrew Ju-
daica High School program is
voluntary and students play a
major part in deciding the cur-
rieulm." A. B. Wiener Chairman
of CAJE, explained. "Almost
every high School in Dade County
is represented in thi-- rioeram
This mixture of various back-
grounds allows .students to ex-
perience a pommin identity and
expand their social awareness."
As a result of the inenuitv and
enthusiasm of members of Fed-
e,"tion's former P'annina Com-
mittee on Jewish Education and.
in narticular, the bright and
onncient'ou< effort; of Mr.
Winner the H<*br"w-.Iudaica High
School Program his brom? on"
of t'"' unst wer-de"'n' munity pie-rims of its type In
the United State
"If the r'd growth and sue-
ess of the Hebrew-Judatco High
School program is indicative of
the direction we can rxepet for
the Akiva High School Program
f-r Young Je-vish Leaders, we
will have a model leader,bin pro-
gram for other American Jewish
communities," said Mr. Wiener.
Meeting hosted bv Dr. Irving Lchrman, rabbi of Temple
Emanu-El, for Sen. Lloyd Bentsen of Texas brings to-
gether, (left to right) Dr. Lehrman; Benjamin 1. Shul-
man, chairman of the board of the Bank of Miami Beach
and a director of Temple Emanu-El; Sen. Bentsen, a can-
didate for the 1976 Democratic Presidential nomination;
Lawrence Schantz, chairman of the temple's Sunday
morning forum series committee, for which Sen. Bentsen
spoke; and Charles Rosenblatt, president of the spon-
soring Emanu-El Men's Club and a member of the board
of the Bank of Miami Beach.
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge
Installation Scheduled .March 19
The oldest lodge on the Bi
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge
No. 1591, chartered in 1948, will
hold ii- 29th annual installation
Wednesdaj at 6:1 0 p.m. in the
Seville Hotel. There will be a
Kosher dinner, a floor show and
dam
Nat Gillman, a prominent com-
munity worker, will be- installed
as president.
Other officers for 1973 are Har-
ry J. Goodman pr< sident-elect;
Sam Kaller, Nat Sachs. Thomas
Schwartz, Morris Weber, vice-
presidents; William Agranove,
Jack August, Nat Friedman.
Adolph Lang, Irving Schenker,
honorary vice presidents.
Also Morris Reiffen, recording
secretary; Philip Cantor, finan-
cial secretary: Samuel Pascoe.
associate financial secretary;
Irvine Schatrman, treasurer;
I ii. Shuman, asso
treasurer; Sidney Z. Rockwe
': ; i, assistant
re Cohen, guardi-
Louis Siegelson, warden;
hon S. Miller, lunchi on i i
chairman, and Samuel Pa
in chairman.
Trustees to be installed are
Arthur H Courshon, Jay Dermer,
Jack I). Gordon, Abraham Grun-
hut, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Sam-
uel Pascoe, Morris Reiffen,, Har-
old Rosen, Mayor. Miami Be
Burnett Roth, Irving Schatzman^
Irving Schenker, Lawrence H.
Shuman, and George J. Talianoif.
Dr. Irving Lehrman of Temple
Emanu-El will give the invoca-
tion; Dr, David Raab of Temple
Beth Solomon is installing officer,
and Samuel Pascoe will act as
piaster of ceremonies.
Interfaith Passover Seder
At Temple Or Olom March 19
A model inter faith seder for
the '7(1'.-. a religious first in Dade
County commemorating the i -
cape of the Jews from bondage
in Egvpt. will be conducted by
Rabbi David M. Baron of Temple
Or Oiom ..- a al refresh-
ment for Jew kir Wednesday from 7:30 to 9 p.m.
"Passover is not simply another
ethnic meal." says Rabbi Baron.
"Freedom from slavery is a uni-
versal theme. The triumph of
Mu.es and the Jewish peoole -
fleets our de< pesl spiritual
needs."
Bitter herbs, a shankbone.. the
egg. charose, parslej and salt
water, are the symbolic foods
which make the Passover seder,
or "order." a uniane and mean-
ingful prayer meal service And.
for the first time in the Jewish
community a synagogue will
share this old*t Jewish holiday
with its Christian neighbors.
Inter-Faith niaht climaxes a
month Ion", adult educational
event. "PFP 3735." the Passover
Enlightenment Program. An ex-
citing religious snecial rompris-
ins three consecutive Wednesday
evenina psins from 7:30 to 9
p.m. Rabbi Bsrm' adult mini
course began March 5. followed
by another session this week
The ours-1 till" is "How To
Conduct A Traditional Sed*r"
B"d involves re,,dine from the
Haggadah and '.he celbration of
Pass-over in the staffing of the
beautiful seder so
Phonetic song sheets are pro-
vided and the program is open
to anyone in the community who
wants to know more about the
rich symbolism of the Passover
seder.
During these sessions, Rabbi
Baron is stressing the specific
sequence of the seder meal and
the indepth meaning of its ritu-
: |{ In addition, there will be
another Temole Or Olom innova-
tiona Hasidic Pesach perform-
ed by a group of Hasidic Jews iti
a most unusual celebration of lit-
th known aspects of Hebraic
customs.
Inter-Faith Seder Night will be
the outstanding event in this edu-
cational and spiritual program
next Wednesday.
Temple Or Olom has invited
- reral clergymen and their
church members to participate in
this unique evening. They include
Rev. McCarley from Sunset
Chanel; Rev. LeShane, First
Unitarian Church: Rev. Burke.
St. Timothy's- Father O'Dea, St.
Agatha's.; Msgr. Busbey. St.
dan'*: and Rev, Anspaugh,
Central Bible Church.
Reservations for the Inter-
Faith Seder may be made by call-
ing the temple.
Segal leading Discussion
1 eon Z, Segal will lead in a
r'.'-T-- ion of lev.ish Music" by
Idelsohn. at the meeting of the
I Jewish B mks Discussion
Group, Thursday, March 20. at
1:30 p.m with emphasis on Chas-
sidic material Assembling as
usual al th" Miami Beach Public
I ibrary. 2100 Collins Ave.. th-?
discussion is mien ti the public
at no charge; coordinator is Sam-
uel Reiser.
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Friday, March 14, 1973
Expanded Summer Camp Service
Announced Bv S. Florida JCCs
Mr. and M Oister.
chairpersor.s of the Jewish Com-
munit;. Outers Day Camp Com-
B Marfolis. chairman and Dr Al
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package availabl; in si
poiy-vrap. So D count on
good-ia-ting. crisoy natzos right
through the holiday
Other delicious Haniacnewiti
Paatover product* include mat7o
m-?I cereal Cartel, a variety of
cake and cookie mixe-. jam- and
jell'--- hid. and canned fi?h
All are made with th3t well
knon Uanlschewitz aeehel. And
all are made under strict rab-
binical supervision.
Hav<- a haoov. "traditiona'"
Passiver celebration this year!
And TiaV"- sure -t "lud"" tradi
tional VfanischewiU Passover
mat7os and other delicious holi-
day foods
. arew speaking camp. Caaap
a Creative Art* Center for
... 14 and a Sports Cen-
iar both boys and e
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Tii kets are available at J
Marsh stores downtown. 163rd
1 leland.
A LIZ A KASHI
Doeunientarv *L*Chaim-To Life*
Beiim Shown At Kiii2s Bav C-C
"L'ChaimTo Life!" the land-
mark d-xaimentarv of the Jewish
people in Russia and the birth
of the ORT Movement, wi.l be
shown at the Kmtjs Bav Country
Club WedJataday at 7:3'.) p.m.
Sponsoring this showing of the
dm a:-- Coral Gables. Dade'.and,
Kendall. Kings f. ; Snapper
Creek. South Dade and South
West Chapters.
Bank Of Miami Beach Participating
In Social Security Pilot Program
The Bank of Miami Beach has
begun accepting authorizations
for deposit of Social Security pay-
ments, board chairman Benjamin
I. Shnlman announced Wednes-
day (March 12).
The bank has been authorized
as a depository agency for Social
Security direct payments by the
United States Department of the
Treasury and by the Social Se-
curity Administration.
Shulman said individuals may-
have their Social Security checks
deposited either to checking or
savngs accounts, without any
charge whatsoever. Department
of Treasury Fiscal Service stand
ard form 1199. dated April. 1375
(correct), may be secured at the
Bank of Miami Beach, 930 Wash
ington Ave.
Florida has been selected as
one of the pilot states for the
Federal program enabling indi-
viduals to have their social se-
curity checks deposited directly
to financial institutions. Bank of
Miami Beach president Jaime
Pino pointed opt.
With one of the nation's high
est percentages of Social Security
recipients among its total pop-
ulation. Miami Beach will be a
key factor in the success of the
pilot program. Pino said.
Arrangements also are being
completed to have a Social Se-
curity Administration official on
hand iij the bank later in the
month to explain both the new
direct deposit system and current
information on Medicare and
other Social Security programs.
There will be a nominal charge
per person. Refreshments will be
served. The public is invited.
"L'ChaimTo Life"' the 1974
winner of the American Film
Festival. Public Service Cateeorv.
features Eh Wallach as narrator:
supervised by Nathan Gou d.
executive director of Women's
American ORT. it was produced
and directed by the distinguished
film-maker. Harold Mayer.
ORT. the vocational training.
program of the Jewish oeople, is
the largest non-governmental edu-
cational program in the world.
The global ORT program is'
currently operating in 22. coun
tries, and spans five continents. L
More than 100 schools offer 90:
different skills and technical
trades. The program is continu
ally undated and modernized to
meet the requirements of each
country'.
lost Late Friday Services
Due to Passover occurina earlv
this year, the final service in the
series of late Friday evening serv-
ices at Beth Kodesh will take
place this week at 8:15 p.m. the
"Chosen Children" a group of 40
led by Bernard Breitbart and Dr.
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum. w:i' ?on-
duct the services.
Donor Luncheon To Be Held Bv
Women's League Chapters Tuesday
Brow ard S for 'he J
1 .;;. Center- Both Mr-
tmael are ex-
perienced and trained social
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camping experier
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for ages 14 through 14 1
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Page 3-C
Starting April 14,1975, subject to CAB approval,
National Airlines is going to change the face of air travel.
We're introducing a whole new way to fly.
The No Frills Fare.
This will apply only to our wide-cabin jets on
certain days of the week.
Save 35%
It will save you a fantastic 35% off the regular
daycoach fare. So instead of paying $98 one way from
Miami to New York, for instance, you pay just $61
including tax, plus a nominal security surcharge.You save
$37 off the present daycoach fare.To Los Angeles you
save $71. You can stay as long as you like, too.
And children 241 with an adult fly for about 1/3 off
the No Frills Fare.
We're setting aside a section for this new service
in every one of our luxurious wide-cabin jets.There'll be
about 120 No Frills seats in each one of our DGlOs and
about 200 in each 747.
The way we look at things, this is a good time to
get back to basics. If you want to fly without frills, for less
money, you should be able to. Of course, we'll still have
our fabulous First Class service. And regular coach service
with good food and two free cocktails for all adults.
And we'll still have our other special low fares too.
Like our 7-21 day Midweek Excursion Fare to northern
cities and Sun King Budget Fare to Europe (both subject
to CAB approval.) Also our new, low Daycoach Excursion
Fare to the West Coast.
The Choice Islfours
Frills or No Frills, now the choice is yours. We think
It's time you had that choice. For more information or reser-
vations, call your travel agent or National Airlines. In Miami
call 874-5000. In Ft. Lauderdale/Hollywood call 525-6601.
The Ground Rules
Here's how National's No Frills Fare works.
You must purchase your tickets and make reservations
at the same time, no later than 7 days in advance.You fly
only on Monday.Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Since the number of seats is limited, you should act as
soon as you can. It's first come, first served.
These fares are good from April 14 through
June 30,1975 and again from September 3 through
December 16,1975. All travel must be completed by
this date The fares will not be in effect Nov. 2 5 through
Dec.l, 1975. Should you have to cancel your flight, 10% of
the fare or $10 (whichever is higher) is non-refundable.
Coffee 25*
**6k Jjoafli ^e won't serve you a meal. No Frills
means just that. If you like, we will sell you a cup of coffee
or a soft drink for a quarter. When you consider how much
you're saving in airfare, that 25 as big a bargain as you can find today.
r One Wiy Regular One'My -----1
Miami To: Daycoach F.i ri No Fr.lU Fare You Save
New York $ 98 $ M $37
New Orleans 68 44 24
Houston 88 57 J1
LasVegaa 172 106 66
Los Angeles 183 112 71
SanFranci i 200 122 78
Orlando 29 21 8
Tampa/St. I\te 29 21 8
i Apr! 1
A cup of coffee
or a soft drink
will cost you 2 5C.
But it'll save
you a lot
National's No Frills Fare.
Call your travel agent
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Jmi$tfk>ridiari
Friday, March 14, 1975-
No Phone Reservations On
National's No-Frill Flights
North Miami Beach Hi-Rise
Rallies For Israel Bonds
National Airlines has announc-
ed that it will no longer accept
pho.% reservations for low-fare
"no frills" flights, preferring in-
stead its original idea of confirm-
ing space only when the ticket
is purchased seven days in ad-
vance of travel.
The "no frills" service an-
nounced by the airline Feb. 27
stipulated that passengers could
reserve seats only at the time of
ticket purchase. The proposal is
still subject to Civil Aeronautics
Board approval.
Last week, however, another
airline proposed to match Na
tional's service. It extended the
program to include phone reser-
vations.
As a result. National respond
ed to. the immediate competitive
pressures by expanding the serv-
ice temporarily to inc.ude tele-
phone bookings.
I decided this week, however,
that phone reservations could
discriminate against travelers
who wish to use the no frills
service and whose plans for
tiavel on a specific date are firm.
J. Dan Brock, vice president-
marketing, explained that phone
reservations for "no frills'" flights
could result in many seats being
booked speculat f\'y and then
never used. Since the program
requires seven days advance pur-
chase, those "reservations" not
paid for would then be unavail-
able for sale within the seven-
day required time period.
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Sees It
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By MAX LERNRR
Los '.litrn s Times Syndicate
With the sentencing of the
four men convicted in the Wa-
tergate trial, we reach the end
of a political drama from which
the major actor has somehow
dropped out.
It is a case of a "Hamlet" per-
formance without Hamlet. As
historical chance would have it,
Richard Nixon was being given
a dinner party at the home of
Walter Annenberg, whom he had
appointed as ambassador to the
Court of St. James, on the same
day that John Mitchell, H.R.
Haideman, John Krlichman and
Robert Mardian were sentenced
by Judge Sirica to relatively se-
vere jail terms.
NOT SI Kl'Rlsi\(,;.Y. he had
no comment on the fate of his
fellows. With him. as with them,
jt was every man for himself.
Looking back at the whole
Story, the nation's preoccupation
with Watergate never really
focused on the fate of the mem-
of the Palace Guard, but
on Richard Nixon himself.
It mounted as long as the
theme of the anguished national
rebate was his guilt and his im-
| er.chment. With his resignation
and President Ford's succession,
it would have mounted again un-
til the question of Nixon's fate
in the criminal courts would be
settled.
THIS, THE turning point in
the national crime-and-punish-
ment story was not the Water-
gate trial but President Ford's
pardon of Nixon. With the par-
don the storm broke, but in time
also the Watergate preoccupa-
tion broke. The rest was anti-
climax.
As the four defendants and
their counsel lined up before
Judge Sirica for sentencing, the
unexpressed thought both inside
and outside the courtroom was
that there but for the grace
of Mr. Ford stood Nixon.
What clinched the conviction
of the four was the unanswer-
able testimony of the telltale
tapes. It would have clinched
Nixon's conviction too, and their
sentences would, in all probabil-
ity, have been his as well.
NIXON WAS all along the
major figure in the Watergate
coverup enactment; he was the
major quarry in the tracking-,
down detective drama, and he
would have been the major tar-
get of the trials and sentencing.
There seems to be a wide-
spread feeling that, despite the
sentences, the four will somehow
escape punishment. I don't think
so.
Certainly the appeals process
may stretch out during this year
and part of next, and conceiv-
ably Judge Sirica who has
been overruled at times in the
past--might be overruled again.
BUT THE strong probability
is that these men, once so pow-
erfull, will in fact have to serve
out their minimum terms.
Three key figures among
them Mitchell, Haideman and
Ehrlichman have reacted to
their ordeal in characteristic
ways. Stress and punishment
bring out the diverse elements
of character structure.
John Mitchell responded to his
sentence with a jocular cynicism,
noting that it was better than
being sentenced to a lifetime
with Martha, but the dead; an
wisecrack couldn't conceal the
bitterness.
Haideman, through his coun-
sel, tried to shift the guilt to
Nixon, falling back on the tradi-
tional defense of obedience to a
superior. He is still the line-and-
staff technician.
THE RESPONSE which has
evoked the widest national com-
ment was Ehrlichman's, with his
offer to do "alternate service"
as a land-use lawyer for the In-
dians in the Southwest an of-
fer he sa s he will carry out
even though it was rejected by
the court.
It could te a smart public re-
lations move, or it could be a
sign of a genuine Dostoevskian
conversion, or it may contain
elements of both.
It is hard to see Ehrlichman
as a modern Raskolnikov, in a
new "Crime and Punishment,"
split between his past superman
visions of himself and his pres-
ent meekness and desire to ex-
piate his crime.
I FOUND it equally hard to
see Charles Colson's earlier con-
version to a religious penitence
as a wholly heartfelt change,
free of tactical dross.
None of these major Water-
gate figures strikes us as char-
acters from Dostoevsky.
Most of them were extrovert-
ed personalities, riding high in
their time of power, and. doubt-
less plunged into gloom in their
time of darkness, but scarcely
material for deep conversion ex-
periences.
HERE AGAIN, the interest of
most people will focus on the
psychological future of a more
introverted person, called Rich-
ard Nixon, above that of any of
his Watergate associates.
That is another story, and a
still unraveled one.
"Unused speculative bookings
would defeat the basic purpos?
of providing 'no fri.h" low cost
flights to large segments of the
public which would otherwise be
unable or unwilling to travel by
air," Brock said.
He also noted that National's
proposed service is geared to cost
savings both in the lower operat-
ing i>sts of wide-bodied planes
and in reducing related adminis
trative expense?. Telephone res-
ervations would add an unneces-
sary "frill" that would be re-
flected in higher costs.
National's proposed "no frills'*
service would slash coach fares
35 per cent on wide-body jets
beginning April 14. Between
some cities, it would bring the
cost of air travel to below that
of train or bus.
fassenpers would not be served
meals or alcoholic beverages, but
could buy coffee and soft drinks
for 25 cents. On longer flights,
they could brin,? aboard their
own sandwiches or snacks.
National said originally that
tickets for "no frills" flights
would be purchased seven days
in advance of travel. Since there
would be no phone reservations,
confirmation would be made
only when the passenger pur-
chases his ticket through a travel
agent or the airline.
Three condominiums in North
Miami Beach will hold''Nights in
on behalf of State of Is-
rael Bonds this coming week,
Leonard Luria. chairman of the
advisory committee of the (Jreat-
.: Miami Israel Bond Organiza-
tion, has announced.
Sky Lake Gardens will sponsor
its event paying tribute to Mr
and Mrs. Charles Garlen, r.'ci-
pients-d.'Ct of th State of Israel
Bonds Scroll of Honor, Wednes-
day.
Entertainment will be provided
In American Jewish folk humor-
i'; Eddie Schaffer. Samuel M.
Goldberg is chairman; Sam Mor-
genstern is cochairman.
Garlen, who was born in Rus-
sia, moved to North Miami Beach
ten years ago from Glens Falls.
NY. where he was president of
the Glens Falls Congregation,
president of the Hebrew Commu-
nity Center and president of the
B'nai B'rith Lode.
Now president of the Presi-
dents Council at Sky Lake Gar-
dens, he is also serving his seventh
year as president of Condo No.
I. Mrs. Garlen. a life member oi
Hadassah. is active in many wom-
en's activities at Sky Lake Gar-
dens.
Thursday. March 20. residents
of Mar-Len Gardens will rally in
honor of Belle Kaminsky at
"Night in Israel" with special en-
tertainment by Eddie vhaffer.
Mrs. Kaminsky. who will re-
MR. & MRS. CHARLES GARLEN
ceive the Scroll of Honor, is mem-
bership vice president of th
Eleanor Roosevelt group of
Hadassah and is active in Pioneer
Women, Jewish National Fund,
and Beth Torah Congregati
Serving as chairmen <,! I
Mar-Len Gardens Israel B
events are Mrs. Ray Groa
and Mrs. Emanuel Rci>-. .\ir;
Israel Levine and Mis Main
Weintraub are coehairmen.
The same evening, a "Night in
Israel" will be held at the Buck-
ley Towers starring raconteur
and folk humorist Joey Russell.
Herman Geller is chairman; Irv-
ing Stone is vice chairman.
Employee Art
Exhibit Set
Washington Federal Savings
and Loan Association, which for
many years has exhibited the
work of distinguished artists at
its offices, will stage an exhibii
of art produced by its own em-f
ployees.
This special exhibit will be on
display from March 15 through
2\\ a! Washington Federal's North
Miami Beach office. 633 NE 107th
St.
To encourage the artists on its
Staff, Washington Federal is of-
fering ca-h prbes for those en-
tries judged to be among the best
submitted. Frank Wyroba. chair
man of Fine Arts a1 Florida In-
ternational University, will act as
judge. Judging wiii take place at
8 p.m. Wednesday.
The public is invited to view
the exhibit and to be present at
the judging and presentation of
awards.
Auction Catalog Now Available
A catalog of celebrity items,
many autographed, to be auction-
ed off at the Jewish Community
Centers of South Florida's Mam-
moth Auction Saturday at 8 p.m.
in the Grand Ballroom of the
Jewish Community Centers, 8500
SW 8th St.. is now available.
In addition to the celebrity
items from too figures in every
field, over $10,000 worth of beau-
tiful items of all types, restau-
rant dinners, hotel weekends, etc. 1
will be auctioned. '1
All proceeds from this event
benefit the Jewish Community
Centers Summer Camps Scholar-
ship Fund.
For your catalog, call the JOC
office.
s
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SWIMMING, ARTS & CRAFTS, DANCE, etc.
LOCATED AT 25001 S.W. 167th AVENUE (TENNESSEE ROAD)
in the heart of rural South Dade
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Everything that is needed for a succesful camping experience it readily
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/'or two years, Galina and Valery
Panov did not dance. They were like
birds whose wings had been clipped.
These great artists, whose talent
belongs to the world, were not allowed
to dance because they asked to
emigrate to Israel.
Harassed, abused and tormented,
th^ajiguished.
But today they are alive again in
their art for they are free-free to dance
Give to the Israel Emergency Fund
and to live as they choose. Their
struggle symbolizes the struggle of all
those Jews who still languish in the
Soviet Union under oppression.
But what of those still to come?
What will they find? Will there be
homes and educational facilities and
proper language training for them?
The same spirit that helps Soviet
Jews to flee oppression must help
them to live in freedom in Israel.


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f"Jenisfi FhrSdfar
Friday, March 14,
Beth Am Dedicates
'Teeiume Building'
The largest single building in
the mulli building complex of
Tempi- I Vm 5950 S. Kendall
Dr., was dedicated Sui at 8
p.m., with U.S, Sen. R i
as the prim ipal speaker.
The -'. N) 000 two -
is the most recent additi in I i a
complex which include o pre-
vious school wings, a si rial hall,
a sanctuary, anil :i youth I
The neu building for th quick-
ly growing 1.300 family o
gation includes eight lar 11 class-
rooms, the temple library of
6.000 volumes, a small chapel
with its own garden, and a large
assembly-recreation room.
The new building, which will
be called the "teenage building,"
got its impetus at tK'.'ime of the
Olympic Munich massacre, when
25 families of the congregation
came forward with a financial
offer to make the start of the
building possible.
Rabbi Dr. Herbert M. Baum-
gard is the senior rabbi of the
congregation, which began in
1956. and which now has the
largest Jewish religious school in
the Southeastern part of the
United SI
T'-e coi >n has 1.301
children in a weekend religious
iol which goes from kinder-
g irten through 12th grade. There
are an additional 250 children in
the nursery school, 100 children
.n the day sch i tl, and 390 chil-
dren in the midweek Hebrew
school.
In addition, the congregation
nms a summer school program
for 250 children.
In addition to Sen. Stone and
Rabbi Baumgard. speakers at the
dedication ceremonies included
William Sanes. current president
of the congregation: Dr. Maxwell
Dauer. in whose tenure the work
of the building began: Irving Ep-
stein, chairman of the building
committee: Marshal Rosenberg,
who served as master of cere-
monies, and Clifford Suchman.
chairman of the fund raising com-
mittee.
The completion of the build-
ing makes Temple Beth Am one
of the largest church-synagogue
facilities in *J;is part of the coun-
try.
Miami Beach Chapter Of Hadassah
To Hear Review Of 'Kissinger'
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz of
Tempi" Ner Tamid, will review
th-' hook. "Kissinger" bj Marvin
Kalb at the final hook rei
n Monday at the VI i ers
Hotel. Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, p
den! of the Miami Beach Chapter
of Hadassah, announced.
Preceding the rei w at l p.m..
Eliezer Kroll, Regional Director
of the Israel Aliy.in Center in
Miami, will addres- the audience.
Born in New York. Mr. Kroll
received his university education
at Indiana University and New
York University, lie was an ac j>
tivc member of Young Judaea H
and the Intercollegiate Zionist
Federation before going on Ali- '
yah to Israel in 1949. In 1968. he (?''
was appointed director of the #
North American Desk, Aliyali De-
partment, of the World Zionist
Organization.
Appointed director of the Mi-
ami office which serves the en-
tire state of Florida last Set
ber his job is to bring to the
al tent ion of the comm
opportunities av lilable In tsr il
in the fields of empl j menl. e In-
cation, housin invesl
BUEZER KROLL
settlement, etc.. as well as to pro-
cess individual requests.
Mrs. Irvine Spear is chairman
of the hook review series, pro-
ceeds of which are used fot
Hadassah Isra
I
Hudson County Club Mt
The Hudson County Club nf
New Jersey in Florida will hold
a regular monthly meeting at 8
p.m. Thursday. March 20. in the
American Savings Building at
1200 Lincoln ltd. Pictures tak in
at the annual dinner will he
shown by Raymond Berman. Re-
freshments will follow the busi-
ness portion of the meeting with!
eting March 20
I rv ing Gutti
The club plans its annual
icon Sun lay. May 4.
Seville Hoti The l p.m. e
will feature a live band for dan-
cing, and entertainment (' i
Etta Klein for tickets and reser-
vations.
V24 SPACECRAFT
Cuddy Cabin, 215 OMC, low
hours, good condition. See
Spencer Grove Key Marina
or call 444-9016.
Father Carnsey Guest
Father Ross A. Garnsey, foun-
der and counselor of Miami's
Bethesday Manor Rehabilitation
Center, will he the guest speaker
at Temple Beth Tov Friday eve-
ning. The Services begin at 8:15
p.m.
DR. F. BERGMAN
OPTOMETRIST, P.A.
ANNOUNCES THE RELOCATION
OF HIS PRACTICE TO:
SANS SOUC PLAZA
2134 NF, 123 STREET
NORTH MIAMI, FLA. 33181
PHONE: 895-2025
The new Teenage Building
dedicated last week by
story addition to the tern-
Temple Beth Am is a two-
pie's complex containing
eight large classrooms, the
small chapel with its own
6,000 volume library, a
garden, and the large as-
sembly recreation room
pictured below.
SHAARE ZEDEK
,^'it/^.
SHAARE ZEDEK MEDICAL CENTER JERUSALEM 100 YEARS OF HEALINC %

An Extraordinary Evening
To Be Remembered
in tribute to
The United States of America
By
American Committee For Shaare Zedek
Hospital in Jerusalem, Inc.
MARTIN AGRONSKY
GUEST SPEAKER
Award W inning TV and Radio Commentator
on Sunday, March 23rd, 197.".
AT THE
Fontainebleau Hotel, Miami Beach
NO SOLICITATION OF FUNDS AT DINNER
For Reservations
TELEPHONE
531-8329
Chairman M \RK DENBURG
SIDNEY OLSON OR. MATTHEW N. ZUCKERMAN
Reservation a Chairman JIMMY DeNTCOLA
AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR
SHAARE ZEDEk HOSPITAL, JERUSALEM
SUITE 320. 605 LINCOLN RO YD .
MIAMI BEACH FLORIDA 33139 *

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iday, March 14, 1975
-Jmisli FloricHatn
Page 7-C
I Three residents of Rossmoor Coconut Creek are "shap-
ing up" in the adult community's newly opened social
I and recreational center. The health club and exercise
room is one of the most popular features of the $2-mil-
lion Rossmoor Center recreational complex.
Rossmoor Not Essentially
A Retirement Community
Ttossmoor Coconut Creek, the
Suit community Doing developed
miles north of Miami, near
pmpano. is NOT essentially a
etirement community. It's an
ABULT community, meaning
that all residents must be at least
21.
Many Rossmoor residents aren't
even considering retirement, and
are still very actively engaged in
commercial or professional life.
There are also residents who've
retired from one career and are
now pursuing a second vocation.
Of course, there are many resi-
dents who HAVE retired. But life
at Rossmoor Coconut Creek is a
[far cry from the retirement
{stereotype.
There is literally, something to
'do all the time. The schedule last
week included a free square dance
exhibition and participation in
the Grand Ballroom Sunday.
Monday, the Thoroughbred
Horse Handicappers Club met at
one. That night, Coconut Creek
High students presented scenes
Hilda Sklar. of Broward Commu-
nity College's art department.
Also, interested parties met with
LADY W!ll SHARE
her lovely pool home with re-
fined person. Private entrance.
Private Bath. Kitchen
privileges. No. Miami Beach.
Phone 932-7714
ieli Professional & Wife
Mr
I .T(R --' engineering, M.B.A. from M.IT
Wife B.A. Vasar, M.S. social work
Both experienced. Write KOHORN,
41 Wallis Rd., Chestnut Hill,
Mass 02167
CANTOR TEACHER
seeks yearly position in Florida
with Conservative Congregation.
Excellent Bar and Bat Mitxvah
Instructor. Write to: CANTOR, 1500
y Read, Apt. 275, Miami Beach
139.
FURNISHED BEDROOM
private home for woman.
All year round preferred.
Kitchen privileges.
CALL 944-0584
KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
COSMETIC PRODUCTS
HIGH QUALITY-LOW PRICED
RELGO & CRYSTAL, INC.
1507 Washington Avenue
PHONE 532-5912
from Peter Pan, Pinorchio. Pris-
oner of 2nd Avenue and Vachel
Lindsay's "The Congo."
Tuesday, a class in alabaster
stone sculpture win conducted by
golf pro Ray Daley to discuss
formation of a golf club.
Wednesday morning. Baham:i
Village hoard members were
elected. Social bridge players met
at 7:30 in the Card Room.
Thursday, meetings were hold
by the sewing, ceramics and be-
ginners bridge clubs.
Friday and Saturday nights,
there were no scheduled activ-
ities, but Center facilities bil-
liards room. Grand Lounge, art
studio, shuffleboard courts, etc.,
were open late.
Sunday night, the Gold Coast
Shrine Band, a 12-pieee show-
and-dance orchestra, played in
the Grand Ballroom.
Dean Vlachos is Rossmoor's
entertainment and education co-
ordinator.
Chosen Children
To Be Presented
By J n flea Lodge
Judea Lodge, B'nai B'rith. will
present a concert by Miami
Bi ach's youngest choral group
Tuesday, in the Assembly Room
of the Roney Plaza.
This group, known as "The
Chosen Children," is composed of
boys and girls ranging in age
from 7 to 17. They are the first
American choral group to be in-
vited by tiie Israel government
to give a concert tour throughout
Israel for three weeks.
The group is under the leader-
ship of Howard Xeu. musical di-
rector .and Bernard Breibart. who
is active |n youth organizations,
the originator and founder.
The program will feature the j
finest Hebrew. Yiddish and
American songs. It will also fea-
ture a medley of songs celebrat-
ing the 200th Bicentennial and
the Anniversary of Israel.
Col. Nathaniel Kutcher is the
president of the Lodge; Ben
Kutcher is program chairman.
The Jewish Influence
on Civilization
by J. KATZMAN
A fascinating and stimulating
reading of our glorious herit-
age for young and old alike.
$7.95
At The Following Bookstores
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IMS N E 163rd STREET
CAROUSEL BOOK SHOP
9543 HARDING AVENUE
COLONIAL BOOK SHOPPE
765 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD
WALDEN BOOK STORE
163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER
Administrators Local AJCoiliTreSS Women To
Form Chapter Of rv**.
National Assn. serve As {National Oi fieers
Rabbi Seymour Friedman, li
rectm of Southeast Region Unit-
ed Synagogue of America, an-
n unices the formation of a
chapter of the National Associa-
tion of Synagogue Administra
tors, executive directors of con-
gregations affiliated with the
United Synagogue of America.
The group will have its second
meeting al 9:00 a.m. Thursday,
March 20, at Beth Torah Congre
gation,
The group includes Gershon
Ruben, Temple Emanu-Kl; Irving
Jacobson, Temple Zion; Harry
Kaplan, Temple Sinai; Sheldon
Mills, Beth David; Max Rothen-
berg, Beth Torah; Riva Fried-
man, Temple Menorah; Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Beth Shalom;
Alan Renzer, Adath Yeshurim,
and Miles Bunder, Beth Israel.
Ft. Laudcrdale.
The purpose of the group is to
share information concerned with
a more efficient administration
of synagogues and to develop
projects of mutua) benefit.
Under consideration is a pro-
gram for central purchasing and
discussion of a proposed confer-
ence on the older adult in the
condominia and hi-sse congrega-
tions in the area.
Ms, Sylvia Kaplan, senior vice
president, and Judith 'Pepper.
\ ice pn .iieni. were elected to in-
national officers al the Biennial
Convention ol Women's Division,
American Jewish Congress held
in Philadelphi i las! week.
Myriam Wolf, president of the
Florida Women's Division, .!-
chosen to n present the South
east Region on the national gov-
erning body.
Also attending the nation, il
convention were Mildred Berlin.
Fay Danzig, Bather Froelich,
Mollie Gersb, Gerry Koch. Muriel
Meyerson, Sonya Shuman, Sylvia
Silvers and Jeanne Spevack.
A local program involving vol
unteer ombudsmen, which will
link nursing home patients with
the outside community, is to be
initiated by the Florida Women's
Division, according to Mrs. Wolf.
The American Jewish Congress
is supporting the effort to have
legislation enacted to implement
the proposed program.
Volunteers in the program
would undergo a training period
in which they would receive
special instruction in the prob-
lem.- of older persona, special
needs of nursing home residents,
federal and local regulations gov-
erning nursing homes, existing
community resources, and the
specific services that can be sup-
plied by volunteers,
As part of the program, Worn-
en's Division members would al-
so undertake an oral history proj-
ect which will give nursing homo
residents the opportunity to ex-
press themselves and discuss the
changes they have seen in the
course of their lives both in
America and for the foreign
born abroad.
For further information on the
program, call Yosef Yanich. exec-
utive director, American Jewish
Congress.
Poetry For Pleasure Class
A free "Poetry for. Pleasure"
class is conducted by. Arnold
Kleiner every Tuesdav evening
from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in room 123
of the Ida Fisher School. 1424
Drexel Ave.. Miami Beach. If you
read, write. like to perform or
just listen, you are welcome.
Post-Auxiliary
'Treasure Dig'
Veterans Benefit
Titian Bruce Brown Auxili-
ary No. 174 and Post, Jewish War
Veterans will hold their annual
fund raising sociala "Treasure
Dig"at the Pythian Hall. 4601
W. Flagler St. Tuesday evening.
Proceeds will be used for work i
with the hosnitalized veterans
and families, the needy and neg-
lected child, the aged and various
community programs.
Past Post Commander Ralph
Rn^ofsky and Past Auxiliary Pies
ident Belle Swartz, cochairmen.
believe this year's affair will ( ,
prove the biggest event Admis-
sion by ticket only. Ticket chair |
man is George Graham.
After a short business meeting
Tuesday, April 1. President Claire
Greenwald will conduct an
Awards Night for her outgoing
officers and chairmen. Members
will also be presented with their
5. 10, 15 and 20 year pins.
Mrs. Edward I.evine. a past
auxiliary and past department
president, will receive a Life
Membership pin and card for 25
years of continuous outstanding
service. Margaret Adler, auxiliary
treasurer for almost five years,
will be presented with a gold
service pin.
ENJOY A NIGHT IN "JERUSALEM" AT THE
jERusfuem
restaurant
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in gourmet eating!
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PICK
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251-0800
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Congregational Seder
You are most cordially invited to attend Beth David's Annual
Congregational Seder on Thursday evening March 27th.1975 at
6 30 P.M. in Spector Hall We are pleased to announce that
SOMERSTEIN CATERERS will provide a most delectable
Seder Table.
We urge that you make your reservation NOW. Space is
limited. Detach and mail to Beth David Congregation. 2625
S.W. 3rd Ave., Miami, Florida 33129. Attention Gussie.
Additional information 854-3911.
Reservation deadline: March 21st, 1975
Please reserve.
.plates (or the Seder
$25.00 per adult $18.00 per child, 12 and under.
Check enclosed for S
Signed_
Address.
Adults _
Children,
I wish to be seated with.


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Friday, March 14, 1975
Passover Chametz Kits To Be
[ Distributed To 2500 Families
Some 2500 South Florida Jew-
ish families will be celebrating
Passover in a more meaningful
way this year, thanks to the Bidi-
kas Chametz, or "searching for
chametz" kits that are being dis-
tributed free of charge by, the
Landow Yeshiva Center of Miami
Beach.
The kits consist of a feather,
a candle and a long handle^
wooden spoon. These are the tra-
ditional tools used in searching
the home for every last particle
of leavened food, or Chametz,
immediately prior to the com-
mencement of the Passover holi-
days.
According to Rabbi Sholom
Lipskar, dean of the Landow
Yeshiva Center, the ^introduc-
tion of this ancient Passover
custom, largely forgotten by
many modern families, can be a
key step in the development of
an enduring sense of Jewishness
in the home.
"One of the principal causes
for the disintegration of Jewish
life in recent years is that Juda-
ism has been reduced to the ob-
servance of one or two token
rituals, leaving the Jew, especial-
ly the child, with no basis for
involvement," declared Rabbi
Lipskar.
"The small things, like the
searching for chametz with tra-
ditional implements, are like the
individual stones of a great struc-
ture that is both strong and last-
ing."
One goal of this massive dis-
tribution effort is to stimulate
the curiosity of children in Pass-
over activities and motivate their
participation.
"Just as the Four Questions
seem strange to the child yet en-
courage a healthv inouisitiveness,
so will the use of these odd and
interesting Bidikas Chametz kits,"
said Rabbi Lipskar.
The Landow Yeshiva Center is
part of the world wide Luhavitch
Movement am! selves all Jewish
children in the South Florida
area as a secular and religious
institution.
Anita Perlman To Address
Bade, Broward BBW Members
Anita Perlman. past interna-
tional president of B'nai B'rith
Women, will address the 10.000
ANITA PERLMAN
BBW members in Dade and
Broward Counties, and their
guests at four sessions this week.
Under the auspices of the four
B'nai B'rith Women Councils in
the area. Mrs. Perlman will de-
liver major addresses at the fol-
lowing locations:
Sunday. 2 p m. at the Miami
Merchandise -Mart. 777 NW 72nd
Ave.
Mondav, 12:30 P.m. at Tempie
Beth El, 1351 S. 14th Ave.. Holly-
wood.
Monday, 7:10 p.m, at the Deau-
ville Hotel, Miami Beach.
Tuesday, 8 p.m. at Howard
Johnson's. 2501 N. Ocean Dr.,
Hollywood.
Mrs. Perlman will keynote her
remarks on BBW on its being an
organization "Pledged To Serve."
Aware of its responsibility in to-
day's complex and quickly chang-
ing world, B'nai B'rith Women,
representing Jewish women of
all walks of life, serves not only
the individual member, but the
family and community as well.
BBW programs and projects
are designed to foster under-
standing, communication and
respect among all groups: initiate
informed social action within th*1
community and provide Jewish
education opportunities for adults
and youth.
Grebelsky Appointed Chairman Of
Conservative Movement's Conclave
Joseph Golden, president of the
United Synagogue of America,
Southeast Region, announces the
appointment of Morton Grcbel-
sk;- of Temple Kmanu-El, Miami
Beach, as chairman of the United
Synagogue Conservative Move-
ment Conference, a week of ac-
tivity of the various "arms" of
the Conservative Movement
which is being planned for Oc-
tober 1975.
Mr. Grebelsky was very active
in the United Synagogue Move-
ment in Ni w Jersey anjl has b sen
associated With many local proj-
ects on the synagogue level.
The first meeting of the plan-
ning committee will be Thursday,
March 20, at 8:00 p.m. at Temple
Adalh Yeshurun in North Miami
Beach.
Representatives are being se-
lected by the following presi-
dents of the "arms" of the Con-
servative Movement: Joseph
Golden, president. Southeast Re-
gion. United Synagogue of
America: Rabbi May^r Abramo-
witz. president. Southeast Region
Rabbinical Assembly; Cantor
Saul H. Breeh. Southeast Region
Cantors Assembly, and Mrs. Mor-
ton Levin, president, Women's
League for Conservative Juda-
ism.
Also Edward I. Rosenfeld, pres-
ident, Florida Branch Jewish
Men's Clubs; Lisa Winton, presi-
dent, Arvot Sub-Region United
Synagogue Youth; Judge Arthur
Winton, vice president, Southeast
Region United Synagogue Jerry
Sussman, Seymour Mann, and
Phillip Schiff, past presidents of
Southeast Region United Syna-
gogue; Max Rothenberg, repre-
sentative, National Association of
Synagogue Administrators, and
Herzl Honor, representative of
the Educational Din ctorg.
Young Adults Invited To
S. Dat!e Chapter's Meeting
A cordial invitation has been
extended to young adults -singles
and couplesto attend the initial
meeting of the newly formed
South Dade Chapter, American
Jewish Congress, which was to
take place Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
in the Jordan Marsh Auditorium,
Dadeland Mall, under the chair-
manship of Rabbi David M. Ba-
ron of Temple Or Olom.
This new group will be activist
oriented. The topics for discus-
sion include Syrian Jewry, the
most oppressed Jewish commu-
nity in the world: Arab black-
mail; Nursing Homeshow good
are they?
Pacesetter Ball Saturday Nigh
More than 150 Pacesetters of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fedcr
ation gathered Saturday night for
what is traditionally the high
point of their social seasonthe
annual Pacesetter Ball.
Beginning with a gala cocktail
reception at the Eden Roc Hotel's
Empire Room, followed by dinner
and dancing in the Cafe Pompeii,
Pacesetters met in a formal set-
ting for a most enjoyable yet
serious occasion.
Guest speaker Haim Zadok. Is
rael's Minister of Justice, offered
the gratitude of Israel's people
for the overwhelming dedication
of Miami's Jewish community to
the cause of Jewish survival
through the Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund.
Mr. Zadok also pointed out the
grave challenges still faced by
Israel today, and the courage
with which the people of the
Jewish homeland continue to face
the situation. Thai courage, he
said, is bolstered by the inspiring
support provided by American
Jews.
A high point of the evening
was the presentation cf the es
teemed "Shomer am Yisroel'
Menorah for magnificent per
sonal commitments to the CJA
1EF to select Pacesetters in
ending Julius Darsky. Burton
Goldberg. Arthur Horowitz, Jack
Meyerhoff, Joseph Moriber. How-
ard R. Scharlin. Roberto Susi and
Carl R. Zwerner.
The "Shomer." presented only
once in a lifetime, is a special
design by Miamian Kenneth!
Treister, whose series of Aliyj'j,!
Sculptures are also presented t01
Pacesetters. Treister was on hand 1
to describe the significance off
the designs.
Pacesetter Chairman Howard!
R. Scharlin opened the evening
with a prayer, offered jointly
1975 CJA-IEF Chairman L. J^
Arkin along with Dr. Irvift
Lehrman and Dr. Leon Kronlsfc
Dr. Lehrman paid tribute ,.
Dr. Kronish for 30 years of serv-f
ice to the community and thtV
Jewish people as spiritual lead-*'
er of Temple Beth Sholom.
Dr. Lehrman's own 30 yell
as spiritual leader of Temp,.;
Emanu-El had been observed jusi|
last year.
\
Many leaders from South Dude's Jewish
community enjoyed the March 8 Paceset-
ter Ball. Among them were (left to right)
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Timoner; and Mr. and
Mrs. Norman H. Lipcfj.
Serving as hosts at the gala Pa
Ball, Saturday, March 8, at the Eden
were 1975 C tcirman L.
and Mrs. Arkin; and Pec '
tan Howard R. Scharlin (\
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Friday, March 14, 1975
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pit Highlight Of CJA-IEF Year
I
"Shomer Am Yisroel" awarded Julius
Darsky (left) and Mrs. Darsky, arc greet-
ed by Federation President and Mrs. Har-
ry B. Smith a: the Pacesetter Ball.
Jewish community leaders from the
North Da le area gathered for the Pace-
setter Ball March 8, included (left to
Inght) Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Schwartz;
and Mr. and Mrs. Carl I!. Zwerner. Mr.
Zwerncr was among those awarded the
"Shomer .'.: : V.. el" Met oral
Among the Miami Beach pacesetters en- right) Harry A. Levy Mrs. Levy, Mrs.
jSinf the Pacesetter Ball were (left to Arthur Horowitz and Mr. Horowitz.
Elaine Klein Mizrachi Women's
New State Field Representative
Elaine (Mrs. Max; Klein is
American Mizrachi Women's new
Field Reoresentative for the
Slate of Florida.
Mrs. Klein, who now Tesidcs
with her husband in the Crystal
House, Miami Beach, will con-
centrate her efforts on expand-
ing and strengthening the chap-
ters in the Florida Council.
Mrs. Klein, the mother of two,
a daughter now teaching in New
York and a son
who is a New
York attorney
(both >>f *-ho:n
graduated from
from the West-
chester Day
School), came
i ii F lo r i d a
from Searsdale,
\. Y..
she was i i
dent ol
Sisterhood ol
Ohab Z
Yonkers. She was also acth
the Westchesttr Hay School in
Mamaroneck and contributed her
time and efforts to Ti
rael of White I
local
Hadar Chapter of A
M rachi Wonu
r.ual donor lun i n in I
i : al 12
n I ;.

Shoshanna ( hapter
W i sd; j at I
loom i
Guest i i L.
' Irate h s
on "Customs and Costumes of
Our Peoprf. Through the Ages"
with slides. Also speaking will be
Mrs. Elaine Klein, the organiza-
tion^ new field representative
for the state. Dessert will be
served.
ft H
Tamara Chapter will hold its
membership tea at 12:30 p.m.
Thursday, March 20. in the Holly-
Federal at 2100 E. Hallan-
dale Beach Blvd.. according to
Frances Glazerman, president.
Jeanne Finkelstein, Florida Coun-
cil pn lent will show slides ol
Israeli scenes which she recently
raphed Members and non-
memher; are welcome.
Elaine Klein
JWV Auxiliaries*
Weekly Calendar
The activities of the Jewish
War Veti rans, Department of
Florida-Ladies Auxiliary for this
week are:
Norman Bruce Brown No. 1*4:
A social i will i> < held
] p.m. in the Pythian
?71 : W. r St. Tues.
March 25. at 6 p.m. a board
I al the First
Fed ra! Bank Building, 2750
Cor:.; Way.
West Miami No. 823: A board
i al the home
Rut! H nan Thursday eve*
March 20 irday, March
al 8 ; m. the annual donor
. ffair > ill be held al the Miami
y iti I 2373 NW Le-
' un Rd in( linner, en-
Temple Beth Sholoni ( rates
>0th Anniversary
Rabbi Kronish*!
Rabbi I
sented with j
llont bj '.:
Bi ai h last Wei I
the Roberta Pel -
rill Concert, one ol a ries of
functions of the 30th Ar,
of hi- sei vice as -
of Temple Beth Sh >lom.
The presentation wi -
Mayor Harold Rosen and Coun-
cilman Leonard Weinstein before
an overflow gathering.
tation, a (lold
.: i i Command-
Is was ma Ii lo I le couple by
Jam< Knop] [| h accepted
by Lillian Kronish, wife ol the
:: '
Highlii hts of the rabbi's -
il il community were
' I >nry King Stanford,
icnt of the University of
Miami.
Roberta Peters, soprano, and baritone Robert Merrill
are pictured onstage with their accompanist at the re-
cent concert presented at Temple Beth as part
of the observance of Rubin' Leon Kronish's 30th anni-
versary as spiritual leader of the congregation.
A Louise Kaiser sculpture of the Ten Commandments
done in gold was presented to Rabbi Leon Kronish
(center) by Temple Beth Sholom's president, James S.
Knopke, (right) at the Roberta Peters-Robert Merrill
concert in the temple. At left is Miami Beach Mayor
Harold Rosen; Councilman Leonard Weinstein is second
from right.


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Friday, March 14, 1975
J. Stephen Hudson, senior
vice president of the Flag-
ship Banks, has accepted
the general chairmanship
of the City of Hope ban-
quet honoring Theodore J.
Pappas, chairman of the
board of The Keyes Com-
pany, Realtors, as "Man of
the Year." Pappas will re-
ceive the Torch of Hope
Award at the. April 26 ban-
quet in the Diplomat Hotel.
LEGAL NOTICE
~7n the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial c'cuit
of florida. in and for
dade county
probate division
probate no. 74-7737
IN BE EST \ i: nK
MARTHA I. HITTER
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
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tinrt voiced.
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Hl'-ll \IM> P BR1NKER. Clerk
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11, i.iir. Clerk
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Smiling /aces 'round the dinner tab/e at Kings Bay Yacht
and Country Club belong to, (from left) Dr. Robert
Hirschfield and wife Sheri, and Robbie and Micha '
Weiss. Kings Bay dinner dance parties, a regular part
of winter season activities at the club, attract members
and guests from many parts of South Florida.
On Sunday, March 2nd, Sholem
Lodge No. 1024. B'nai B'rith.
hosted its membership breakfast
at the University Inn of Coral
Gables, 390 S. Dixie Hwy. At-
torney Bernett Roth of Miami
Beach, a past president of Sholem
Lodge, addressed the gathering
on Sholem Lodge's history and
the many and varied activities
of the Anti-Defamation League,
bringing to liiht many little-
known facts about this extremely
valuable arm of B'nai B'rith.
On October 12, 1949 Neil L.
Hornstein was born and thi- be-
ing Columbus day he carried the
family tradition into the third
generation. Nell's father, Milton
Hornstein, was born on July 4.
Declaration Day. and his grand-
father. Louis Hornstein op Wash-
ington's birthday (Feb. 22.. His
grandmother. Minnie Hornstein
was born on 'he 1st day of Pass-
over and his father's sister on
Xmas day 'Dec. 25) and now
Neil and his lovely wife. Debra,
have a lovely little girl Mara Jill
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This makes the fourth genera-
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The proud grandpa is a past
president of Beth Torah Congre-
gation. Equally. Grandma. Pearl
Hornstein, is principal at Grcy-
nolds Park Elementary School.
During a recent fishing expo
dition out of Everglades City,
Hersthel I'o-.'n'hal, executive
vice president of Flagler Federal
Savings and Loan As n i aught
a 20 lb. k ut 30
miles out. 11;' claims he -luffed
it into his mouth.
Mr. and Mrs. San Schulwolf
are istiti the Oni g Shabbal
Fridaj nl Con
gri ;ation in honor of Mr. Schul
wolf's birthday. Mr. Schulwolf,
who served the longest tenure as
president of the congregation, is
currently its honorary president.
White Elephant Sale
Collins Beach Chapter. Wom-
en's American OUT, will feature
a White Elephant Sale and Auc-
tion at its luncheon mei
Thursday. March 20. in the Medi-
terranean Room of Seacoast
West. Members are invited to
bring friends.
Nationally syndicated col-
umnist John Keasler, who
writes for the Miami Xews
and 80 other daily news-
papers, will be the guest
speaker at a "Klatch With
Keasler" sponsored by
Women in Communica-
tions, Inc., Saturday. March
22, at 10:30 a.m. in the
Dupont Plaza Hotel. The
public is invited; proceeds
will be used to help pro-
vide journalism scholar-
ships for Dade County stu-
dents.
Bertha (Mrs. Saul) Pundik
addresses an audience at
the Betsy Restaurant as
she begins her tenure as
1975 president of the Wom-
en's Committee of the Cu-
ban Hebrew Congregation.
Flagler Federal Participates
In Home Loans to Israelis
Flagler Federal Sa<
Loan Ass
in the sum oi S500.000
cipate in :< $12 million F<
ing in Israel.
These funds are for direct loans
for housing !'r ijects offered I )
l-; (11 resl i il and backed by
the United States Government.
l'XKTICIPANTS in the AID
loans receive 8'1 per cent on
their investment, with a term of
approximately 2"> years. ________
;. elis ':.o b "row the funds
semi-annual payments of
i pal and interest Paj
of printip.il will commence
I
- -.we nol permit) ;
pr i :n ess required by
Ml) under 'extreme circum
s."
information is available at
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imi.
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chairman. Commission on Law
and .- il \ tion; Mildred Ber-
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Florida Women's Division.
Moderators for the symposium
are Joseph Nevel, treasurer of
the South Florida Council, and
tt of the
n's Division.
The commnnttT i invited to
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attend. Admission free. No solici-
tation w nUnn^d.
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tact Yoi Yanith. executive di-
rector. American Jewish Con-
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Dana Brant Louis Kapapoit
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DANA BRANT
Dana, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Lawrence I. Brant of North
Miami Beach, will become a
Bat Mitzvah Friday evening,
March 14, at Beth Torah Con-
gregation.
Dana, a graduate of Temple
Kmanu-KI 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
.Mis Lewis J. Brooks, and Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Brook of St.
Petersburg, and Mr. and Mrs.
Sanui- I Brook of Plantation.
fc ir
ROCIIELLE CARMI
Rochelle, daughter of Rabbi
and Mrs Ralph Carmi, will be
called to the Torah as Bat Mitz-
vah Saturday, March 15, at Tem-
ple Rmanu-EI.
The celebrant has a record of
perfect attendance in Junior Con-
gregation, is a member of the
S rhool Choir, and on the rabbi s
Honor Holl. She attend"! i ehr-
man Day School where she is in
the sei I'iiiii grade.
R bbi and Mrs Carmi will hosl
;; re e Ho i Sund ij 11 home in
honor of tl e o* a
MICHAEL BAER
Pulpit honor:- will be accord d
Mr. and Mrs, Robert M. B
WE CATER
to the
BAR MITZVAH
YOUNG MAN
parents and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
H. Baer, grandparents, Friday
evening in honor of Michael
Martin Baer's Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day, March 14. at Temple Beth
El, Hollywood.
Michael attends the University
School, where he is a student in
the seventh grade. He is a mem-
ber of the Hollywood Swim Club
and of the Junior Youth Group
of Temple Beth El.
Guests attending will include
paternal grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin H. Baer, Hollywood;
maternal grandparents, Dr. and
Mrs. Eugene Weiss; Mr. and Mrs.
James B. Baer. South Bend. Ind.:
Ms. Janice Weiss. Somerville,
Mass.: Mr. and Mrs. Allan E.
Baer. Ft. l.auderdale.
A -to "A
LOUIS RAPAPORT
Louis Ira, son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Rapaport. will observe his
Bar Mitzvah at the Beth Torah
Congregation, Saturday, March
15.
Rabbi Lipschitz will charge
with entrance into I i
adult Jewish Gommunitj and will
present him with a prayer
on behalf ol the Mollie Kali
Sisterhood of the Congn
Louis i .'' student in the
enth grade at John F. Kennedy
Junior High School and fn
fifth it Beth Tbi
Harold Woik Religious .School.
In Louis' honor. h*is pai
will sponsor the Kiddush foil
ing 'lif ,,; ice Am in the
guests "i'l be his grandmother
Mrs. Frieda Epstein.
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ADAM ROE
Ada;: D son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Roe., will become a Bar
Mitzvah a; Beth Torah Congre-
gatinn Saturday, March 15,
Adam is a seventh grade stu-
dent at John F. Kennedy Junior
High School and attends Beth
Torah's Harold Wolk Religious
School.
Rabbi Lipschitz will present
Adam with a prayerbook on he-
half of the Mollie Kahaner Sis-
terhood of the Congregation.
In Adam's honor, his parents
will sponsor the Kiddush follow-
ing the services. The guests will
include his grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Roe of California,
and Mrs. H. Noto of Miramar,
and many of his relatives from
New York, California. Pennsyl-
vania and Indiana who will gath-
er to celebrate Adam's "simcha."
V- # 3-
STEVEN WIENER
Sabbath services Saturday,
March 15, at Temple Adath Ye-
shurun will include the Bar Mitz-
vah of Steven, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Wiener.
Mr. and Mrs. Wiener will spon-
sor the Oneg Shabbat Friday eve-
ning following the 8:15 p.m. serv-
ices in honor of the occasion.
H it it
MITCHELL FINE
Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ted Fine, will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Beth Moshe
Saturday, March 15. His parents
will host the Oneg Shabbat Fri-
day evening following the sen
ices in honor of f> occasion.
Happenings
CLASS REUNIONAll gradu-
ates of Miami Beach High School
Midterm Class of 1955 and
Class of 1955 are invited to a
20-year Class Reunion being
planned for June 7, 1975. If you
are a member of either class or
know the address of any out-of-
town members, please contact:
Joe Schwartz. 3325 HollywOO I
Blvd., Hollywood. Fla. 33021.
& ->
AWARD -Mitchell Potter, who
has served three terms as presi-
dent of the Interama Area Cham-
ber of Commerce, will receive
the "Man o! the Year" award at
a dinner Sunday evening in the
Americana Hotel. The dinner,
which is under the cochairman-
ship of Mrs. Ann Hughes and
Ben Levine, will be preceded by
a reception in the Bal Masque
Room, and followed by a presen
tation of the French extravaganza
''Femm v. tale."
Fo!!< Chorus Concert Set
The Greater \l
Folk 32n !
Jubile ; at 3 p.::..
in the Miami Be Ii i
Sheila Mar-
chant, soprano, and Jacob Men-
delson, tenor, as guest artists,
er A. Malke will appear as
Queen Ether: the text is by V",
Unin with music by Maurice
Ranch. The production is under
the baton of Barnett Breeskin.
assisted by L, Povesky with Net-
tie Druzinsky at the piano.
'"
Rhode island Club Meeting
The Rhode Island Club of
Greater Miami, will hold its reg-
ular monthly membership meet-
ing Sunday at 7 p.m. in the Wash-
ington Federal Auditorium. 1234
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Magicians' Dinner-Dance
The International Brotherhood
of Magicians. Ring 45. will hold
its annual dinner-dance and show
Saturday evening on the yacht
Miss Florida'- at 1275 79th St.
Causeway, Pelican Harbor. Hors
d'oeuvres will be served at 6 p.m.,
buffet at 7. Contact Charles Max-
well. Robert Rosen or 'The
Amazing Sammy" for tickets.
i
Barton s Cakes And Chocolates
j Add Enjoyment To The Holiday j
Barton's Candy, the first to present a large and
varied assortment of Kosher-for-Passover chocolates
%-*rar cakes irritrtwnjrjtrriTr}, is again showing the way
with over 50 assortments from its candy factory and
sun-lit bakery. A popular package is The Passover As-
sortment at S3.45 for the 12 oz. box. Delicious Nuts and
rruits are also S3.45. Perfect for gift giving are the
one pound Bartonette Assorted Miniatures and the one
pound Parve -Miniatures at $4.25.
To add to the enjoyment of the Holiday, Barton's
has included in its Passover line such favorites as TV
Munch, Chocjlate Matzos in milk or bittersweet and
Assorted Chocolate Matzo Balls. There is also a full se-
lection of chocolate specialties at $2.45 a box, including
parve Seder Mints, Cordial Cherries, Truffles and much
more.
And, from the Barton Bakery come such delicacies
as assorted cookies at S4.25 for the 12 oz. package;
light, fluffy Egg Kichelach in a 6 oz. package, the tra-
ditional Mandel Brodf in crisp, nutted slices at $2.25
for 8 ozs., a box of 15 chocolate covered Miniature Lay-
er Cakes for $3.50 and many other cake and cookie
treats. Everything for Passover from the Barton Bakery
is Parve, so it can be eaten at meat or dairy meals.
For the children, Barton's has a plastic treasure
chest filled with candy at $1.10, a Ma Nishtana surprise
package at SI.75, a chocolate seder plate at 89c, and
more. i
All Barton's Products are certified Kosher-for-Pass-
over by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of
America, and bear the u seal of Kashruth. ST
Irving Gordon, director of the Histadrut campaign, pre-
sents a golf cap to all-time golf great Sam Sncad, who
participated in the March 3 Histadrut Pro-Am at Sky
Lake Country Club. Frank Strafaci was director of the
second annual tournament which benefits the Israel His-
tadrut Scholarsliip Fund.
cflmp ocfluA.
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Pro Golf and Tennis Arts and Crafts Sailing, Scuba
Trips by Canoe Horseback Riding Special Teen Program
Reading and Math Clinics Traditional Friday & Sabbath
Services Bar Mitzvah Lessons All Dietary Laws Observed
M.D. & 2 R.N.'s Staff our Modern Infirmary at ALL Times
Accredited Member American Camping Association
Your Camp Directors:
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Signing his autograph for Bea and Milton Glaubman is
Buddy Allin, defending champion of the March 10-16
$150,000 Doral-Eastern Open. The Glaubmans were
among over a hundred golfers playing with some 40 pro-
fessional golfers in the March 3 second annual Histadrut
Pro-am at Sky Lake Country Club, where Allin also was
defending champ. Allin fell one shot short of repeating
this year at Histadrut, finishing at one under par 71
tied with Butch Baird, as uavia Graham snot /0 10 win
$2,000. The Histadrut, which benefits Israeli youth of all
denominations with scholarships, raised some $30,000
this year, double last year's proceeds.





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iharon Gardens Cemetery
finally Dedicated Sunday
al dedication services for
.cemetery at 21100 \V. (Jrii
were held last. .Sunday
00 p.m.. Rabbi Milton
sky, president of Sharon
Memorial Park, an-
u!
Sen. Richard Stone and
jig. William Lehman were
note speakers. Special re-
services were conducted
fcbbi Avrom Drain, presi
of the Browird B"-'ni of
pt, and Rabbi Solomon
executive vice president o.
abbinical Association of
r Miami.
memorial park, which cov-
acres of land in southwest
rd. of which the first 10
been developed, has now
ed final approval from the
of Florida.
J"Alter -crviii'; a niinJDW of
years on the Miami rahhinat** I
realized that a great number of
-Jewish citizens were moving into
the Brev.anl area .md that a Jew-
ish cenv'Ty was vita'lv needed
by the Jewish Dooulatian ("
North Bade and Broward Coun-
ties.'* Rabbi Sch'inskv s'ated.
Wjftf his aisoriates, he mir-
eured tii -. conn-m .i-ii ihe\ h->ve
created a beautiful memorial
k which wi'l not only bring
Jy to those who have passed
it a source of nride and con-
bn to the livins.
futures of the park will in-
a chapel for oub'.ic servics
hyon) or for private medi-
ation which will spiritually ful-
fill 1he religious needs in a
beautiful manner The land-can
ing of the park will reflect the
"inner fcelinr. of neace we have
n our hearts,"' Rabbi Schlinsky
' declared
The mausoleum to be con-
structed will offer the interment
that many seek for their loved
"ones. Private walkways will pro-
KABBI MILTON SCHLINSKY
vide access to the Ground inter-
n i its for th- more traditional
people, In keeping with tradition,
both a m-numnt and memorial
section will be maintained.
'l v re wi be special memorial
es conducl d dm
High H well a- a; i thi r
time during the year by leading
rabbis cl the area.
It is Rabbi Schlinsky's desire
to invite a 1 of his Jewish
brethren to visit the gardens so
that he may personally show
them the tranquility of this hal-
lowed land. He also invites
temples, organizations, condos
and other groups to visit the
gardens so that he may answer
any questions they may have and
assist in their selection of land
so their eroup may maintain their
own individual identity.
Sharon Gardens Memorial Park
is centrally located to the resi-
dents of Broward and North
Dade counties and is serviced by
manv main roads.
Israeli Dancers To Perform
1 Annual Passover Festival
i
iu! and Chava. outstanding
li dancers will headline the
im at th2 third annual Pass-
Fe tival o! 3:ia: Frith
Jounttation of the United States.
Sundfir evening March 30. at th
DeauBI'e Hotel. accDrdins to
SarnjJ Pa=coe. Chairman of '.V
. South
The i (as'.>n w::! al;o be u i I
?o hop
Fresidem ;<
B'nai B rii".
have undertaken L-ontinuina com-
mitment t suon-rt B'nai P'rith's
Youth Seme -. Hi 1-! and BBYO.
The i : r;'!-i \' i feature a l
prigisl Haa?adah with a sn^'al
dramatir i : -. ';.. ; V 1 s i
former -hi-' o* the criminal
division of th" Uni'ed Stat= at
torney's o'fice in Miami, will un-
dertake !] -raditiona' rol' a nar-
rat-r Id ''m' -<' '-v.-,.
and rr-entinL' the BBY>' ch .-
-rate The "roiin will enact the
rnany nvmn^ :< Jewry of thi
seaon of the 'ear.
TaVine "art i- th" r-wl wi'l
be: Vieki Blumh'-re 'slie Efro*.
Judi Feller. She lv Fo t-r SVryl
Hymsom Su- l'v-r""- P-rh ri
Jtesenstein. Mindy Sal.ra. Cook:"
Schachter. Sue Sch--:\"-. I-eslie
SnehJer and T isa WeinT
The B'nai B'rith Foundation of
tbe;United States is the principal
'ami of support for th" vu?h
rarvires of B'nai B'rith and is
Charred with the maintenance and
growth of these group0.
Chairman of the South Florida
'ftjitBtivc board is Samuel P"-
ro. Serving with him are NT-*-
t'onal Trustees Jack H. Levin R.
Albert IV lot ano Burnett Roth:
' ,WJ'Jam Rabins is cochairman of
Frowarri.
The board includes Samuel
- Lou Bonrb:"k Bert Br-wi.
Ira Cat?. Harrv C'otMO, Phil Co
hen, Thomas Cohen, Irving Col?.
jnhr Diam:>r>d. Ml Feigles, Mai
:-' ii r t Eric
Glasi Golden Hiram
Goldstein, Nathan Goldstein,
Barry Gurland, Gejrge K l n,
Iman. Steven Mar-
si it '-. Murrv Hernrn
......Ritter. Abe
Schneiderman,
Sid Sch-vi San S i r i od,
. SI ian, Fr d Snyd r, Louis
Sobrin, Jack So ot, Pr Mich
Sos in, 3l ': -'"rarn. F. -nia iVi
>'i Sussman a.id
Richerd Zimmerman.
Edward Tumaroff i Regional
Direct"* of the B'nai B'rith
Found?!.on.
Cruises Offering
Low Group Rates
City of Hope, Paoanicolaou
Cancel R^ea'-h Center an i
B'nai B'rith are cosponsoring a
e-:,-hMi eru' e 'boTd the TSS
Mardi Gras April 21 featuring
low group ro.es, according to
Sam Rosenkranz. rresident of
Br-n Vovag" Travel, Inc.. North
Miami Beach.
The season's last weekend
singles cruise will sail on the
TSS Atlas Fridav, March 21;
special s'nek- parties have been
arranged however, on the seven
day cruises aboard the M-rdi
Gras leaving April 2P and May
24 Singles summer cruises will
start June 27.
A special groan tour to Israel
wi'l leave Miami May 12: a
colorful celebration of Shavuoth
in Kfar Gileadi will be included
in the tour, rates for which re
fleet the effort of the travel in-
dustry to break the inflation
trend. Mr. Rosenkranz said.
Call Lee or Suzanne at Bon
Voyage for detailed information.
Education Series Israel Aliyali Centers Sponsor
On Family Life
ing Apr. 7 Of Beth David South Seminar
Bemnmn
o
Jewish Family and Children-
Service has announced details1 of
the second Dtoavawiia its Family
I.if" Education Series.
A six session program entitled
"Parent -Teenage Relationships,"
will be held for parents at Bitr-
dine's 163rd Street Shopping
Center six Monday evenings be-
ginning Aoril 7. from 7-8:30 p.m.
Led by professional staff, the
Family Life series emohasizes
education and prevention. By
reaching out to the communitv.
JFCS hnnes to help people react
to problems before they become
severe in the family situation.
There is a nominal fee for the
program Since attendance is lim-
ited, early reyistration is urged.
A six session nroeram "Making
Marriage Work'' is already in
progress. Details on a four ses-
sion eries called "Retirement
Years" will be released shortly.
JFCS is a nvmber aeenev ot
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration and the United Way of
Dade County. Its main office is
at 1790 SW 27;h Ave.
Schusel Serving
(hi Telethon Panel
Wil'iam J. Schusel. Bank of Mi-
ami Beach vice president, will
-( rve on the panel for the annual
United Cerebral Palsy Telethon.
Mayor Harold Rosen announced
Wednesday.
Rosen, chairman of the 1075
telethon, said Schusel. president
of the Beth Solomon Men's Club,
will be on Ch. 6 (WC1X-TV)
from 5 to 6 p.m. Sunday to help
the campaign.
Schusel already has begun a
campaign to solicit contributions
from personnel of the bank and
members of the more than 35
organizations in which he is ac
tiv". Ro-en said
A unique opportunity to learn gregation and is free and open
about your chance \n live jtiid___la the eommunij^ aj-largc.
work in Israel KMJSlng pr&sTMeci""^.',,!- North Dade and S
Seder Services
At Foiitainebieau
Traditional Ko=her Seder Serv-
ices will be held in the Grand
Ballroom of Fontainebl-au Ho-
tel under the auspices of Temnle
Menorah. Wednesdav and Thurs-
day. March 26 and 27.
The services will feature Rabbi
Mayer Abramcv'tz. assisted by
Cantor Nico Fe'dman and the
Temple Choir.
In making the announcement.
Bill Goldring. vice president of
catering at the Fontaineblcau.
said that the services are open
to the public. "We are honored,
indeed." he added, "to have dis-
tinguished Rabbi Abramowitz
and Cantor Feldman with us on
this happy occasion."
"Celebrating the Passover Se-
der is a time for capturing the
traditional beautv of our faith in
the warm and comforting "o-'it
of our family and friends." Rabbi
Abramowitz said.
"In the magnificent and ele-
gant mrroundings of the Fon-
t tin bleau Hotel, we shall re-
create the family like snirit of the
S- dor in a never-to-be-forgotten
spiritual and social experiei
prs
to the South Dade community at
2 p.m. Sunday.
Michael Rosenberg, Israeli-
American kibbut/nik and Amer-
ican-Jewish activist, will appear
at a special afternoon seminar at
Beth David South. 7500 SW 120th
St.
The porgram is sponsored by
the Israel Aliyah Center, in co-
ooeration with Beth David Con-
Luncheon, Film
Marking ORT Day
The Coral Gables Chapter of
Women's American ORT (Organ-
ization for Rehabilitation through
Training) will have a luncheon
and a showing of a special film
for ORT Day Wednesday at 1
p.m. in the DeSoto Room of the
First Federal Savings Bank build
ing, 2750 Coral Way.
Linda I Mrs. Donald) Martin.
viei president and chairman of
Iducation of th> Southeastern
Region of ORT and area repres-
entative to the CRT National
Board, and Bell" (Mrs. Martin)
Dernis. vice president and section
coordinator of the Southeastern
Region of ORT will be guest
speakers.
For reservatiins, [lease call I
Mrs. Samuel Rogers, luncheon
chairman, or Mr*. Isidore Ber
man. chapter president.
Open House At
Beth David South
The "Open School" concept will
be displayed "liveon stage" at
the Beth David Solomon Schech
ter Day School Open House Tues
day at 7:30 nm at Beth David
South. 7500 SW 120th St.
The B'.ementarv Division ivil'
demonstrate learning aoect; of
their dsv while the Earl- Chil !
h 'od Divjcion will present ;
"Holiday Song K fvue."
Parent" and prospective stu
(I mi V h .'" an o'o> irtunity
to me< th teach"'"! and tou*
th- ei.is ra-nii- VI interest id
families ai" invited.
egalized Gambling Casinos
Topic Of Debate Sundav
"Legalizing Gambling Casino
In Dad" County" will be the
topic of discussion at the month
lv breakfast sponsored by th"
Temple Adatn Yoshurn Men-
Club Sunday at 9:80 am
Civic leaders, both pro and con
on the .subject, will lead a debate
in the main auditorium of the
Temple at 1025 NE Miami Gar
dens Dr.. North Miami Beach.
Questions and participation from
the audience will be encouraged
Attention
Subscribers I
To all oar subscribers who responded to our special
offer last month, mailing of gifts has been completed.
If you were qualified and did not receive your gift,
please notify our Office by phoning 373-4605. A tracer
will be instituted.
THI PUBLISHER
South
Broward county residents, th program will be repeated at "
p.m. Sunday. March 23, in the
Hollywood I 'wish Community
C( liter. 2888 Hollywood Blvd.
Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual
leader of Beth David Congrega-
tion will extend greetings. Ros-
enbere a member of KibbuU
Maal" Hah iniisha. near Jerusa-
lem, will speak on opportunities
for settlement in Israel. The pro-
gram wi.l also feature a movie
about the Yom KipDur War and
workshops on various aspects of
life in Israel.
Al Maale Hahamisha Rosen-
berg has exemplified the best in
American involvement in the
destiny of Israel, serving as a
counselor to young people in spe-
cial work-Study program.' and
contributing to his new homeland
as a member of the Council of
the Labor Party. Before moving
to Israel, h" was active in a wide
range of Jewish causes at Johns
Hopkins University
The meeting is educational,
and open to those simply inter-
ested in learning about Israel as
well as to those seeking to ex-
plore the possibility of settling in
Israel.
For further information and
reservations, contact the Israel
Aliyah Center in Miami.
GOLD* MEIR:
As Ihe supplier ot Wood
lex hospital and Iwsl-aid
sarvtces. Magen David
Adorn plays an important
part in me delanse 0'
our country.'
ISRAEL
URGENTLY
"HELP
FOR ITS
Daily emergen-
cies demands o!
its growing popu-
lation (including
new immigrants)
and the threat ot
a new war have TO PROCESS THE
created urgent BLOOD THAT THE
blood bank needs PEOPLE OF ISRAEL
in Israel DONATE SO FREELY
THIS PASSOVER
GIVE A GIFT OF LIFE' ...A SSO CONtRIBUTION
THE COST OF PROCESSING A PINT OF BIOOO
The people ot Israel give Magen David
AdornIsrael s National Blood Bankall in?
blood it needs What is lacking is the SbO
needed to process each pint of blood they giv,:.
Reserves are perilously low Your gilt nt
$50 literally can help save a lite and make
you a member ot the Israel Magen David Adorn
Blood Bank You can also become a Suppos-
ing Member lor $25 or a Chai Member fo' $18.
Whatever you can give, helps meet an
urgent need and is gratefully welcomed
To donate or |0in, merely till in Ihe
coupon below and attach your check.
7i
$r
American Red Magen DavK) '0' Israel *
2400 Pin* Trt DHv
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
Enclosed Please emoil me as a member o' ine Israel (MOA)
Magen Davd Adorn Blood Bar*
G Blood Bank Member $50
C Sustaining Member $25
D Chat Member Si6
D Enclosed is my contribution $
to netp me Israel MOA Blood Barw
Name
Address
Cty
State __ Zip
American Red Magen David for Israel an au-
thored ia> eaempt organization. r| the sole support
arm m the United Slates ot Magen David Adorn m
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IEGAI NOTitf
UGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKE
SIDNEY POLAND
ZIKDAN ATACHI
Friends Of Dropsie University
Celebrating First Anniversary
Sunday, March 23. Friends of
Dropsie University, Florida Di-
vision, will celebrate the comple-
tion of its first year with an An-
niversary Luncheon in the Re-
gency Room of Harbour House
South.
Honorees will he Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Poland, noted community
leaders who have been gracious
hosts to the organization on a
Thomas C. Wasmuth, chief
executive officer and
chairman of the board of
Florida's largest depart-
ment store chain, Bur-
dine's, died Tuesday at
Miami Heart Institute.
Services were to be held
Thursday at 11 a.m. un-
der the direction of Cofer
and Son Funeral Home,
Miami Shores.
Weintraub
ANNS ABBOTT A Miami resident
for :t:t years nasaed away March R
1976. Mother of Harold M. and Carl
Abbott, both of Miami, mother of
the late .I>:in AMm.I1 C.ainos. whose
husband Ben B, Galnes i> a promi-
nent hotel man and her late son Al-
len Weintraub, formerly ol Boston
She is survived hv !> grandchildren. 6
erent-erandohildren. brother. Bam
Ueberman Falrlawn. N.J. beloved
dauehtcre-ln-law. Ella and Claire
Abbott and Dorothy Weintraub, sis-
ter-in-law. Bonva Ueberman Mr.
Weintraub was an orieinal member
of the 51 Club and numerous othei
charitable oreanizatlons. Anne Ab-
bott was known and loved am<>nir the
Show Itusiness Greats of thifl era.
Services were held Sunday at River-
side Chapels. Entombment Mt. Nebo
Cemetery.
GROSS. Charlotte. 75. of Miami
Beach. Blasbere. Interment Mt.
Nebo Cemeterv.
HORWITZ. Max. SS. of Miami River-
side Interment Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
HOI'I.K. Maurice. 61. oof Miami.
Newman.
I OEWENSTEIN Julius. 70. of Miami
Beach. Riverside.
MEISLISH. Jack. 70. of North Miami
Beach. Levitt.
ORNSTEIN. Arthur. 89. of North
mi Beach Riverside.
PRICE. Rachael. 81. of Miami
Reach. Gordon.
I si:\'Hl.l"M Sarah. 74. of North
Miami Beach. Riverside.
MAN. Emanuel. 72. of Miami
Ch. Riverside.
nwiTZ. Ida. 79. of North Miami
Bi -h. I-evitt.
KEI.-'MAN. Anna Belle, of Miami
h. Hiverside.
Till li MAN Louis. 82. of Miami Beach,
bent.
I ':ol!ND. Milton J.. 79. of Mi-
ami Beach. Riverside.
number of occasions during the
pa-t ten
Addinc to the uniqueness of
the occasion will he the appear-
ance o! Ziedan Atashi, Consul of
Israel in New York, and head of
the Israel Information Service.
A native :>f Osifiya. one of the
two Druse villages on Mount
Carmel. Mr. Atashi will sneak on:
"The Current Scene Through the
Eyes of a Druse."
For reservations contact Mrs.
Joseph C. Lerner. chairman.
Friends of Dropsie University,
The Blair House, Apt. 10DE,
9100 W. Bay Harbor Dr., Bay
Harbor Island.
Rabbi Kingsley Speaking
Ralph P. Kingsley, Rabbi of
Temole Sinai of North Dade, and
president of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association, will speak
to the Society of the Compas-
sionate Friends Wednesday at
7:30 p.m. in the "Dining Room"
at First Federal Savings & Loan
Association. 900 NE 125th St.,
North Miami. All bereaved par-
ents are welcome.
LEGAL NOTICE
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO. 75-8066
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
AUCl'STO HOMINGO t'ASAMAYOR
Pet it inner-Husband.
ZUCEL CHACON REYES
C ..- \MAYtiR
l:- Miondent-Wlfe.
You ZUCEL CHACON REYES CA.
SAMAYOR. are hereby notified to
serve a conv of vour Answer to the
Dissolution of Mairuute tiled aeainst
you. unon husband's attorney. GEOR-
GE NICHOLAS ESQ.. 612 N.W 12th
Avenue. Miami. Florida 33136. and
file original with Clerk of Court on or
before April 18. 197r,; otherwise
Petition will be confessed hv vou.
Dab d il' '-Hi day of Marrh, 1976.
RICHARD P BR1NKER Cl '
Hv: MARION NEWM IN
Denutv Clerk
3'14-ai-28 4/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOSEPH NESBITT
PROBATE NO. 75-1499
hi RE i.-'. "<
IBS
''"NOTICE TO CREDITORS
-,, .... d .AM P
Having > tmanrl
>i ou are hi ed and reauir-
ed to oreeei


ate of I)
. COUnt] and
stai

i.
n thi
n her.! f. or
r ,.. la, this ah
I IS7S
INOLD FEIN
: ,\. utors
Flrsi Dul tl lice on
the 14th !.. i March, 1975.
ARNOLD FEIN
Altlric v fl I Ex< CU
Road Miami I
i'.a ::3139
3/14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
GENERAL _l'R SDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 75-7509
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
. The Mai i i 'I
Wife
INAND1 ''
R. .- FERNAN1 iZ
i .. v \, 79-11]
4A
mbla.
. rii a
YOV ARE HEREBY notified that
Petitloi : i I lissi lution of Mai i asri
beet fill & aeainst vou and vou are
reaulred to serve a cony of
. Petltloi tlII Wife's Attorney. LES-
TBR ROGERS, whose address is 1454
N W 17 Avenue. Miami. Florida 38126.
and file the orieinal with the Clerk of
the above st vied Court on or before
this 18th das of ADrl). 197r>. or a De-
fault will be entered aeainst vou.
DATED this 6th dav of March. 1975.
Kit HARD P. BR1NKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
liv MARION NEWMAN
3/14-21-28 4 4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOHN R. BLANTON
PROBATE NO. 75-1235
In RE: Estate of
CALKO FARBER
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Havine Claims or Demands Aeainst
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and reouir-
ed to present anv claims and demands
which vou may have aeainst the es-
tate of CALKO FARBER deceased
late bf Dade County. Florida, to the
Circuit Judees of Dade County and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16. Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices In the CourSv
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida.
within four calendar months from the
time ot the first publication hereof, or
the same will tie barred
Fled at Miami. Florida, this 7th
dav of March. AD. I97S.
i VRLA FAKHF.R
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 14tl. dav of March. 1976,
BRUCE BARTON PACKMAN
Attornev for Executrix
1401 Rriekell Avenue. Suite 608
Mil mi F! irida 33131
3/14-21
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-35R49
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
l\ RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
i ;i'i IROE Al CE.
iiu band. Petitioner
and
MERITTA ALCINNA ALCE.
Wife Respondent
TO: MERITTA ALCINA ALCE
(residence unknown 1
VOI' ARK IIKHEIIY NOTIFIED
lhat an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed aealnsl vou and
you are reouired to servo a copv of
vour written defenses If anv. to it on
DANIEL RETTEK. attornev for Peti-
tioner, whose address Is 1005 Coneress
Rulldlnr. Ill N.B. 2nd Avenue. Miami.
Florida 33132. and file the orieinal
v(lh the clerk of the above stvled
it on or before April 18. 1975:
otherwise a default will be entered
mine) vou for the relief demanded in
mnlalnt or petition
notice shall be published once
, 1 h week for four consecutive weeks
THE JEWISH FI/JR1DIAN.
WITNESS mv hand and ti>e seal of
said court at Miami Florida on this
II rtnv of March. 197R.
('HARD P. BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Bv C P OOPEI.AND
As Denutv Clerk
. i Court Seal)
I AW OFFICER
Bf BETTER
- Coneress Bulldlne
1' 1 N '' !nd Avenue
Florida 33132
11" for Petitioner
3/14-21-"" 4/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO: 75-7261
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE: THE MATTER I AD< iPTION BY
ROBERT 1 \ Mil' H1RSCHFIELD,
TO: BHE I" IN ZI1 BERT
SHELDON l: ZILBERT
Number 'in* Gold street
: 1 i-'Ut.
YOV ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
I 101, 1", if Adopt lot hi I
and vou art hereby reoulr-
".....: your answer if
any, ti the Petition on the Petition-
IE' 15' IE .1 'i '. 1
NOF1 121 Urn oh Road, Miami
Bea p. Fiorida. 33139. on or before
the 16tl ol .1 1 1971 and rile
rlalnal with the clerk of this
Court either before service on the Pe-
titioner's Attorney or Immediately
.1 illdeillcllt will
be entered urantint: the adoption.
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
said Court at Miami. Hade County.
FIoi Idi on this 5 day of March. 1975.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
< lerk of the Court
i -. I. BNEEDEN
Denutv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal,
3/14-21-28 4/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirine to eneaee
in business under the fictitious name
of CHARLIES Al'TO PARTS at 7070
S.W. 12th Street. Miami. Florida 33144
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv Florida
Charlie's Auto Parts & Service Co..
A Florida corporation bv J. Posner.
President
Nelson & Feldman
1185 Kane Concourse. Miami. Fla.
Attorneys for Applicant
_______________________ 3/14-21-28 4/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirine to eneaee
In business under the fictitious names
of American Window Cleanine Co.
and American Home Window Clean-
In* Co. at 16336 West Dixie Hlehway.
North Miami Beach. Florida 33162
intends to reeister said names with
the Clerk of the Circuit Cou-> of Dade
Countv. Florida.
CARL COLB Owne'
2/28 .t/7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT gF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 75-643
IliA ..
\OTiCE TO CREDITORS
. nd All P
Hmvots
late:
fled and renmr-
laims and d< 1

1. to the
11

8. Florida Stai
- In the '
u.. in D nnty. Florida,
ur call onthi from thi
n hereof, m
.. 11 bi barred
orlda. this 10th
1171
EPSTEIN
utor
on of this notice on
the 14th da] of March, 1976.
/.. l.i. i eef & Zeieer. Esas.
I foi Estate
II 1 n Road, Miami Beach.
Florida 33139 %M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 75-1031
, I.' B LLIER

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 1 'i and ah I
Ol Demands Al I -'
ate:
fou hereby notified and
ed to oresei ntd demands
which you mas have aaainsl thi
:.. I CLL1E Ct il.l.li.l: dec .. il
lat< of Dade 'Vuntv. Florida, to the
Circuit Judaea of Dade County and
1 same in duDllcate and as Dro-
. ml in Bectlon 733.16. Florida Btat-
uies. it: their offices in the Countv
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida.
Within four calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
th( same will be barred
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 10th
dav of March. A.D. 1975.
EVA COLLIER. Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 14th dav of March. 1975.
Zeiaer, Leef & Zeiaer. Esas.
Attorneys for Executrix/Estate
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach.
Florida 33139
3/14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 75-1024
in RE: Estate of
EVA RICHMAN
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All persons
Having Claims or Demands Aeainst
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and reuulr-
ed to present anv claims and demands
which vou may have aaainst the es-
tate of EVA RICHMAN deceased
late ot Dade Countv. Florida, to the
Circuit Jodjrea of Dade County and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16. Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the Countv
Courthouse In Dade Countv. Florida,
within four calendar months from the
timi ol the first publication hereof, or
the same will be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 10th
dav of March. A.D. 1975.
8/ MAX RICHMAN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 14th dav of March. 1975.
ZeiKcr. l.eef & ZeUter. Esas.
Attorney for Estate Executor
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
__________^___________3/1<-21
IN 'HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOHN R. BLANTON
PROBATE NO. 75-1346
li RE: Estate of
OLCHAK
as.-d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Claims or Demands Aeainst
Said Estate;
1 oU are hereby notified and reaulr-
'I tl Present anv claims ami demands
which vou may have aaainsl the > -
if REBA OLCHAK deceased
: Dad) Countv. Florida, to Ihe
Circuit JudKBt of Hade County and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 733.I6. Florida Stat-
in their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida.
within tour calendar months from the
timi of the first publication hereof, or
the .-ame will i.e barred
>ikd at Miami Florida, mis 6th
lav of March. A.D. 1975.
ALVIN OLCHAK
As Executor
First publication f this notice on
tin 14th dav of March. 1S75.
<-arl E. Weslinan Bea.
Myers. Kaplan. U-vinson & Ktnin
Attorney for Executor
Suit. 700, 14-s Brickell Avenue
Miami. Florida 33131
3/14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M 1 TICK IS HEREin (il\ i,\ thai
the undersigned, deairlns 10 eneaee
in business under the fictitious name
of MICROGRAPHICS at 4-9 North Hi-
biscus Drive. Miami Beach. Florida
3.(139 Intends to reeister said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv. Florida
GEOHUE SAMPAS. ESO.
Attornev for MICROGRAPHICS
____________________3/14-21-28 4/4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underslened. desirine to 1 ieae
in business under the fictiti,,,.'- name
of De ACO Services at 21s 1 jlst
Street. Hialeah. Florida 11010 ,nt. nds
to reeister said name with thi clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
Ollden Ortiz Owner
3/14-M 8 1/4
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
CF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-7442
CENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
. 1:1:1.1 1 OF:
, uiBS" IN. Pi tltloner.
GIBSON. Respondent
\ mi Gibson
... pii idina 8
1.,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
foi 1' lutloi ol Mar-
1 vou and
..,, 1 ed :' Berve a copv of
di fi m to it on
.; ST" iNE. ttoi lies for Peti-
ivhoM address i"i N.W. 12
,. J8U8. 1805)
rinal with the
, e st) il court on or
otherwise
ered aaalnst vou for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition. .....
Thi- notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In the Jewish FLORJDIAN.
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
said court al Miami. Florida on this
eiii day of March. 1975
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
Al cierk. Circuit Court
Dadi County, Florida
Bv MARION NEWMAN
A- Denutv Clerk
,1 1 nit Court Seal)
Davli Esouire
mi N.W. i- Avi nue
Miami Florida SS128 (324-4555)
rnev for Petitioner
:: 14-21-28 4/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-32124
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN BE:
The marriaee of
OLGA <: HERNANDEZ, wife.
and
ESTEBAN HERNANDEZ, husband.
v.: IBOlEBAN HERNANDEZ
5152 nw 1 Street
Miami. Floi iila
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
rlaate has been filed aeainst vou and
vou are reaulred to serve a copv of
your written defens. s. if anv. to it on
Arthur H. Liuson. attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address is 1980 So.
Ocean Drive Hallandale. Florida 33009.
and file the orieinal with the clerk of
the above stvled court on or before
April 16 1975; otherwise a default
will be entered aeainst vou for the
relief demanded in the complaint or
oetition.
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
5 dav of March. 1975.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
Bv I. SNEEDEN
As Denutv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
3/14-21-28 4/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 75-7491
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN HE: The Marriaee of
LEON MM 1 M FISCHER.
Husband-Petitioner
ftnd I
ESTA FISCHER.
Wife-Respondent
TO: ESTA FISCHER
59 Preston Road
Colonla. New Jersey
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution of vour
Marriaee lias been filed and com-
menced in this Court, and vou are
reaulred to lerve a codv of vour writ-
ten answer and defenses if anv. to
it on ROGER G STANWAY. Attorney
for the Husband-Petitioner, at 2640
Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood.
F'orida. and flli the orieinal with the
Clerk of ti:- above stvled Court on or
bl fore April 18th. 1976; otherwise a
default will bi entered for the relief
nraved for in said Petition.
This notice shall be published once
each uo-k for four consecutive weeks
In the JEWISH FI.oridian.
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
;i 'I court III Miami Florida, on this
6th d.,y of March. 1975
1 I ERK OF cue FIT COURT
Dade Countv. Florida
lc. tfj, rii iv NEWMAN
AS DEPUTY CLERK
ROGER G STANWAY. ESO.
Attorney for Husband
2640 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood. Florida 33020
B26-8358
3/14-21-28 4/4
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
JOSEPH NESBITT
PROBATE NO. 75-1482
III RE: Estate of
IRVING ROTHMAN
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Hnvine Claims or Demands Aeainst
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and reaulr-
ed to present anv claims and demands
which vou mnv have aeainst the es-
tate of IRVING ROTHMAN deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
Circuit Judees of Dnde Countv and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16. Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the Countv
Courthouse ill Dade Countv. Florida,
within four calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
the same will be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 6th
day of March. A.D. 1975.
DOROTHY M. ROTHMAN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the I4th dav of March. 1975.
'AMES S ROTH. FROMBERG.
JAMES S. ROTH. FROMBERG.
Attorney for Dorothy M. Rothman.
Executrix
M-102 Blscayne Buildlne
Miami. Florida 33130
3/14-21
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e is a good Temple member, lives an exempt ary life, is a devoted husband and father.
But he is neglecting an important moral obligation.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
moral and spiritual obligations, these arrangements must
not be forgotten. By planning ahead,decisions can be made
calmly. They can be made without emotional pressure.
They can be made wisely, and they can be made together
as a family. If you have not yet fulfilled this obligation to
your family, we urge you to do so now. In this way, you
can be certain that your family will not suffer needlessly.
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^Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 48 Number 11
Miami, Florida Friday, March 14, 1975
tuc by Mull
Three Sections
25 cents
Right- Wing Sly in Attacks on K. 's Jewishness
;pA By MAX LERNER
Los Angeles Times Syndicate
" All secretaries of state are put on the grid
for roasting as part of the political ritual in the
United States, but each for different reasons and
in a different way.
Yet, the current incumbent, Henry Kissin-
Hurvard Men Fret
13-A
ger, has at least one distinction in this regard.
He is the first secretary of state to my knowl-
edge to be roasted alive publicly on the couch
by amateur psychoanalysts with the results in
full-fledged book form.
THIS HAPPENED also to a secretary of state
and to a prime foreign policy adviser before Kis-
singer, but only after their deaths.
The secretary was Thomas Jefferson, who
was put on the couch by Fawn Brodie in her
recent "Intimate Biography" of Jefferson's erotic
Continued on Page 3-A
rWWMIMUMRIMIMiUIHUIBtilliilliill .l.;.,j,i:n,'IHl I .
MESSAGE FROM CAMPAIGN
When One Jew's
In Trouble, We
Must All Pitch In
By L. JULES ARKIN
Chairman, 1975 CJA-IEF
Here in America, the masses of Jewish immigrants
from Eastern Europe in the early 1900s are today the
elderly poor facing a lonely, depressed old age
or renewed life through programs aided by their Jew-
ish community Federations.
In Asia, North Africa and
some parts of Europe, the pitiful
remnants of once flourishing Jew-
ish communities are dying away
decimated by Holocaust and im-
migration, clinging to their Jew-
ish lives only through Joint Dis-
tribution Committee relief pro-
grams, made possible by aid from
American Jewish community Fed-
erations.
IN THE U.S. and other indus-
trialized nations, young genera-
tions of Jews themselves the
children and grandchildren of Jewish immigrants who
fled their homes to live as free Jews are not learn-
f Israel Up Against Wall
For More Concessions
JERUSALEM Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger went to
Turkey Monday ostensibly to talk
to government officials there
about the Cyprus situation.
But he confessed publicly that
he had really left Jerusalem in
order to give Premier Yitzhak
Rabin and the Israeli Cabinet an
opportunity to think over the con-
ditions for peace he had brought
here from Egypt's President An-
war Sadat in Cairo and from
Syria's President Hafez Assad in
Damascus.
FOLLOWING his talks with
A*sad, the Syrian leader declared
that he was prepared to enter a
political and military union with
Yaslr Arafat's Palestine Libera-
tion Organization "at any time."
The Assad statement was seen
as a move to counter any possible
bi lateral agreement between
Continued on Page 6-A
API EMPHASIZES FLORIDA LAW
Boycott Aid Can Mean
Corp. Charter Forfeiture
uiaciiiist Threatens Solidarity s-A
The Florida Regional Office of
the Anti-Defamation I-eague of
B'nai B'rith Wednesday said that
any business enterprise or per-
son in Florida engaging in, aid-
ing or cooperating with the Arab
boycott will be violating the
criminal laws of the State.
In asserting that such conduct
is "unAmerican and contrary to
our national interests," the
League declared that participa-
tion in the Arab boycott would
be an unlawful restraint of trade
or commerce, constituting a
felony.
The ADL called upon the
States Attorneys of Florida to
institute criminal proceedings
noon evidence of such illegal ac-
tivities coming to their attention.
THE LEAGUE also called
Continued on Page 12-A
ARKIN
,
Continued on Page 8-A
Ask Ford for 'Corrective Action'
By Banks, Shippers Who Submit
SHOOT-OUT AT SEA SHORE
Red Tracer Bullets Tore
Through Silent Night Air
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA)
The staccato of automatic
gunfire abruptly ended a
quiet evening this corre-
spondent was spending with
friends in their flat near the
Tel Aviv beachfront.
Our first thought was that
it must be a gang war
cago
style. The extortion
racket flourishes in this once
fashionable neighborhood
now the locale of sleazy
nightclubs and discotheques
where rival gangs frequent-
ly "shoot it out."
BUT HEAVY explosions -
grenades or bazooka shell;that
rattled windows and shook
showers of plaster from wa'ls and
ceilings told us immediately that
Continual on Page 2-A
NEW YORK (JTA) The
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith has asked President Ford
to "order immediate corrective
action'' by American banks and
steamship lines of alleged col-
lusion with the Arab boycott of
Israel in "daily violation" of U.S.
maritime laws and other federal
statute?.
A letter to Ford from ADL na-
tional chairman Seymour Grau-
bard was accompanied by samole
forms on steamship company let-
terheads attesting that a vessel
in which goods were shipped to
customers in Arab countries is
not on the Arab blacklist, not of
Israeli origin and will not call at
Israeli ports.
THE BOYCOTT compliance
forms must be furnished by the
shipper along with the regular
routing documents before the
banks will honor the purchaser's
letter of credit, the ADL charg-
ed.
The ADL named the Chemical
Bank. First National Bank of
Chicago, First National City
Bank and the Irving Trust Co. as
cooperating in this process and
declared that every bank nego-
tiating Mideast credits is report-
edly involved.
The letter also named 14
steamship lines or steamship
agents in the U.S. engaged in
trade with the Middle East.
Three of them, the Waterman
Steamship Corn, I.ykes Bros.
Steamship Co.. and American Ex-
port Lines Inc., .ire federally sub-
sidized American flag carriers.
THE AMERICAN Export
Lines is the largest American-
flag carrier of freight to and
from Israel and has maintained
regular service to that country
since 1948. But its ships calling
at Israel ports do not call at
Arab ports and vice versa.
Arnold Forster, associate di-
rector and general counsel of the
ADL, told the Jewish Telegraph-
ic Agency that the fact that a
company offered service to Israel
was not relevant to the fact that
Continued on Pace VI-A
L"-
Orthodox Return to Synagogue Council
NEW YORK (JTA) The board of directors cf the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America has
voted 68-56 to end its one-year suspension from the byna-
gogue Council of America.
Harold M. Jacobs, UOJCA president, sa.d the move
was taken at this time "to help unify the Jewish people in
this hour of grave crisis for Israel, Soviet Jewry and the
world Jewish community."
AT THE same time, the board SCA) was mt to te interpreted
was unanimous in asserting that thP-
"continued participation branches' within Judaism or
spokesmen," and that the
boa: d's decision "was not to be
viewed as a rejection of the spir-
H :i authority or religious lead*
ership of those who had urged
withdrawal from the Synagogue
. u of America."
The issue centered on the
question of whether UOJCA
membership in the SCA implies
recognition of the Reform and
Conservative movements which
also belong to the SCA.
Jacobs affirmed, after the
vote, that there was no ques-
tion so far as the UOJCA was
concerned thai it never has and
never will recognize the reli-
gious legitimacy or authority of
Continued on Page 11-A
PRESIDENT FORD
ample forms sent alone


Page 2-A
Jmis*Fk>rrt&r
Friday, March 14, 1975
Red Tracer Bullets lore Silent Night Air
('utintiril from Page I A
these were gangsters of a dif-
ferent, deadlier sort. As we were
to learn very quickly, we were
near the front line of an El Fatah
terrorist attack on Israel's larg
est city something that hereto-
fore has occurred only in outly-
ing r,rder villages like Kiryat
Shemona and Maalot.
Less than 200 yards away, on
tGeula Street, near the beach,
eight heavily armed terrorists
who^had landed in the dead of
night from rubber boats were fir-
ir windly in all directions and
hurling grenades
. Police were returning the fire.
Of course, we didn't know the
details immediately. We fir it
heard the gunfire shortly after
11 p.m.
MY HOST tried to call the
police, but the lines wart busy.
As bullets whistled past and
sirens wailed, we. and other ten-
ants of the building, made our
way to shelters. An official po-
lice communique broadcast by
radio told us that terrorists were
holed uo in the Savov Hotel on
Geula Street, just around the
corner.
When I went into the stret.
I saw a nightmarish ipectacl*
Red tracer bullets =treaked
through the night air. The four-
story Savoy Hotel, illumimted by
floodlights, was surrounded by
troops, local police and border
police in full battle regalia.
Military vehicles, armored cars
and personnel carriers clo_* 4 I
the surrounding streets.
RED MOGF/V David ambulance
crews were administering fir!
aid *o wounded civilians on the
sidewalks and gutters. Looking
out to sea. the blindin2 light of
magnesium flares revealed naval
patrol boats cruising ju.t tt the
beach.
The entire neighborhood was
cordoned off. but hundreds of
Ford, Kissinger
Flay Terrorism
WASHINGTON (JTA) President Ford and
Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger have denounced
the Arab terrorist attack. The President called the
attack one which "should be strongly deplored by
everyone."
Citing the "tragic loss of innocent lives," the Presi-
dent made his condemnation in a written statement read
by the White House press secretary, Ron Nessen. Kis-
singer, in a statement made in London and also released
here, said he was 'completely condemning" the attack,
adding that "it underlines the importance of making
progress towards peace."
HE SAID, "I hope we can continue."
President Ford said "outrages of this nature can
only damage the cause in whose name they are perpe-
trated." He extended his "deepest sympathy" and that
of the American people to the families of those slain in
the attack.
The State Department, in a statement to the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency, said, "We deeply regret the loss of
innocent life in this incident and extend profound sym-
pathy to all those affected. We deplore all recourse to
violence, which is entirely contrary to all civilized
norms and to the search for a peace which will be just
and lasting for all the peoples of the area."
people pressed against police bar-
rier- to watch what was transpir-
ing.
Sara Mritj, 21, who was being
treated for a bullet wound in the
leg. had just been married in a
sma:l wedding hall next to the
Savoy Hotel. The sound of gun-
ADL Society Of Fellows Appoints
Sam BJair Special Gifts Chairman
Richard Essen, chairman of the
Florida Chapter of The Society
of Fellows of the Anti-Defama-
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Samuel Blair as the Society's
Special Gifts Chairman for Boca
Raton and Delray Beach.
In honor of this aor-ointment,
Mr. B'aira well known real es-
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of the Jewish community is
hosting a cocktail party in his
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fire sent her. her groom and
guests into the streets.
She said thai her husband, a
reserve paratrooper, raced off to
join a police unit firing at the
terrorists.
"I screamed at him and ran
after him. The next thing I knew
1 was struck by something. I fell
and kept shouting." Mrs. Najaj
said
-MY Hl'SBAND was ahead of
me. He saw me fall and came
back. He picked me ud and car-
ried me to an ambulance. I
haven't seen him since."
She added: This is a night I
won t forget. At least it happen-
ed after we were married."
Harold Adams, a Caiifornian.
who said he was a veteran of the
Vietnam war, said he was just
emerging from the Chinema One
movie house across the street
from the Savoy when he saw
terrorists firing weapons.
'I saw two guerrillas firing
wildly with semi automatic ri-
fles." He also sa.v other terror-
ists throwing grenades from the
hotel room. "Luckilv. no one I
saw was hit. although there wer*
people around the cinema and
coming from a wedding party.'
Adams said
TERRORIST ATTACKS a'.l
seem to follow a similar pattern
After the initial gun b?tt.es. the
terrorists, if they survive, seize
hostages and try to twain for
their lives.
This went on at the Savoy Ho-
tel during the wee hours of the
morning K id) iva I.evi. an Israeli
woman.'aken hostage, was chosen
by the terrorists # :onvev their
demands to the authorities be-
cause she sooke Arabic.
From a top floor window of
the Hotel she called out: "Do
you hear me? I am being held
hostage with others. The terror-
ists demand that you bring over
the French or Japanese Ambas
sadors. The French would do.
TJiey want you to oreoare a UN
plane to take them and 20
prisoners, including Msgr. Ca-
pucci and the hostages to Da-
mascus. Otherwise, thgv h.-eaten
to Mow us all up."
ME SAID the terrorists'
deadline was 7 am Another
female voice was heard, speaking
in German: "My name :s Maria
Rot. I am from Switzerland. I
am with my friend here We are
'well"
Shortly afterwards. Mia t^vj
returned to the window She stij
that a tourist from Germany was
seriously injured and the terror-
ists would allow him to be evacu-
ated. Stretcher-bearers approach,
ed the hotel.
Eventually the injured G-?rm
appeared, helped down stairs by
Miss Levi. He was Dut Into an
ambulance and rushed to a hos-
pital.
At the first light of dawn. Is.
raeli soldiers were ordered to
storm the hotel. The aomaehed
silentlv and unob-erve reached the upper floors of the
building the terrorists detonated
a hu?e explosion.
WHEN THE smoke cleared,
the two upper floors of the hotel
were demolished. Miss Levi es-
caped unhurt. But the hostages
and terrorist* were believed
dea*' Rescue workers dug fran-
tica'Iy through the ruins. Bat
booby-traps continued to explode,
hindering the rescue operations.
Rv mid-morning, police were
still combing the ruins and
searching adjacent buildings De-
fense Minister Shimon Peres,
who had been on the -cone al-
most from the start, announced
that all the terrorists were dead.
Put he wa< wrong \t about noon,
shots were fired from the ruined
building.
MILLAH COHEN, the Civil
Defense commander for Tel
Aviv, spotted a terrorist trying
to ef-aoe. He ran after the man
who bit his hand a; he tried to
grab him. Po'ice. however,
auicklv subdued the escaoee who
was rushed from the scene under
heaw guard.
He told police there were eight
in his gang, all El Fatah mem-
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to the hotel, more shots ran? out
and four persons were wounded.
The eighth terrorist was found
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vJenisti Fhrtdfiaun
Page 3 A
Right-Wing is Sly in Attacks on Kissinger
Continued from Page 1-A
life and his emotional hanpups.
The other was Col. Edward
House, who was President
Woodrow Wilson's Henry Kis-
singer at the Versailles',Peace
Conference, and whose relation-
ship ti) Wilson was described in
the first and still the greatest
of the psychohistorical studies,
written almost two decades ago
Alexander and Juliette George's
"Woodrow Wilson and Colonel
House."
NOW COMES a very differ-
ent kind of book "Kissinger
on the Couch," by Phyllis Sch-
lafly and Rear Adm. (Ret.)
Chester Ward, a selection of the
Conservative Book Club.
It is combative, hostile, par-
ttean, hut mat be added.to the
rnu.nting literature on the able
and theatrical figure who is now
secretary of state and who has
pained the obsessive attention of
the world.
There is room, decidedly, for
a conservative appraisal of Kis-
singer, as there is room for a
detached psychohistorical study
of him.
IN THIS case, each of the
two is sloppy, and each suffers
from being linked with its
couch-fellow.
The conservative attack on
Kissinger's policies would be
more effective if it dicln'i pivot_
on a highly dubious, amateur"
psychoanalysis of Kissinger him-
self, which reaches into his boy-
hood years and his experience in
Nazi Germany in order to ex-
plain his diplomatic sins.
The doctrinaire conservatives
are not alone in their attack.
The doctrinaire liberals also see
Kissinger as a self-dramatizing
egomaniac, chasinp his shadow
among the world's capitals,
Boycott Threatens Solidarity
PHILADELPHIA (JTA)
Sen. Frank Church (D., Idaho)
said here that the Arab blacklist
threatens "deep and lasting de-
visiveness" among Americans
and declared that "Arab dicta-
tion as to who may or may not
participate in our business trans-
actions is too high a price to
pay."
Church, chairman of the Sen-
ate Foreign Relations Subcom-
mittee on Multinational Corpora-
tions, spoke at a dinner at the
Bellevue-Stratford Hotel at which
Mrs. Leona Chanin of New York
was installed as president of the
National Women's Division of the
American Jewish Congress. Some
500 delegates from throughout
the country are attending the
women's division's biennial con-
vention.
THE IDAHO Democrat, who
last week released the names of
some 1,500 American companies
on the Arab blacklist, assailed
what he called the "raw power of
Arab money."
He declared that "A political
settlement in the Middle East
must be judged on its own terms,
and not imposed as a consequence
of economic pressure."
TV Networks Won't
Stand for Censorship
NEW YORK (JTA) The two largest American
broadcasting networks have responded sharply to a
threat by the Arab Boycott Office in Beirut to cut off
their news coverage in Arab states unless "this activity
is beneficial to the Arab cause and under supervision
of the Arabs."
Richard C. Wald, president of NBC News, told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency that "We do not allow any-
one to dictate the content of NBC news."
IN A statement issued here, Richard Salant, presi-
dent of CBS News, noted that "CBS News has covered
news in all major Arab cities but never under super-
vision, nor would CBS News permit any government,
including the U.S. government, to dictate the content of
our news coverage."
He added that "CBS News does not cover events
with an eye to which group would benefit. We cover
events as carefully and objectively as we can regard-
less of who benefits."


Church said the international
oil companies have received
"preferential tax and anti-trust
treatment in the name of na-
tional security" but "these ar-
rangements haven't enhanced our
security at all. On the contrary,
by making us more dependent on
Middle East sources of oil they
have weakened our security."
DENYING THAT if only there
were a Middle East settlement
satisfactory to the Arabs, "oil
prices would come down."
Church noted that "the 500 per
cent oil price increase imposed
by the OPEC cartel was ram-
rodded by Iran and Venezuela,
neither of whom have a special
interest in the Arab-Israeli con-
flict.
"These countries will seek to
maintain the cartel price regard-
less of what happens to the Arabs
and Israelis."
Church said that proposals to
achieve peace in the Mideast
should be evaluated "on their
own merits and not under the
false illusion that if only we ac-
commodate the Arab pride, the
Western world will be rewarded
with lower international oil pric-
es."
THE IDAHO Senator also said
that he had seen oil company in-
ternal memoranda and corres-
pondence which showed that
Texaco, Exxon, Mobil and Stand-
ard Oil of California had tried
to convince the White House not
to supply Israel with arms and
ammunition during the Yom Kip-
pur War because they feared
their concessions in Saudi Arabia
would be nationalized.
He said fortunately the Ad-
ministration did not give in to
this pressure.
when he should be minding the
store and relying on the United
Nations and a Geneva confer-
ence for a .Mideast peace settle-
ment.
^TJlpHK ARE also some mod-
erates who believe he has not
bargained hard enough with the
Soviets, either on the trade
agreement or the SALT talks.
There has been talk in the
columns about Kissinger's cur-
rent loss of congressional sup-
port and perhaps some wishful
thinking about his imminent or
delayed resignation.
This may prove true, as politi-
cal gossip sometimes does prove
true, by a random calculus of
chance. But it is less important
than the nature of the man's
thinking and strategy.
SCHXAFLY AND Ward look
into the future and they see only
betrayal, failure of nerve and
the end of American power.
They have looked into Kis-
singer's past for the key to
what they call his policy of "uni-
lateral disarmament."
"All that is left," they write,
"is to answer the question, why
did he do it?"
They find the answer not, as
some on the extreme right have
done, in the fact of Kissinger's
being a Jew, but something
close to it that he had been
a Jew s son in Nazi Germany,
had "seen his world destroyed
and his 'father' cowed by Hit-
ler's persecution" of the Jews,
had become obsessed with "the
apocalyptic vision of Auschwitz"
and the invincibility of dictators
and therefore suffers from "a
fear of nuclear war so intense
as to paralyze the will."
CERTAINLY THERE is a
case to be made against Kissin-
ger today, mainly because the
new economic and energy crisis
is a contingency which caught
him unaware, and for which his
historical, political and diploma-
tic studies had inadequately pre-
pared him.
But the quick-and-easy cap-
sule psychoanalysis by Schlafly
and Ward is not only sloppy
thinking but comes close to be-
ing a more sophisticated version
of the criKier attacks on Kissin-
ger as a Jew.
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Friday, March 14, 1975
Arafat's Moderate Terror
The Arab terrorist attack on Tel Aviv was not only
aimed at murdering Israeli civilians but at sabotaging
the attempts by Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger to
negotiate a peaceful settlement in the-Middle East.
The El Fatah organization in Beirut proudly took
the credit for the murderous mission. And El Fatah is
not only a member of the Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion but is PLO leader Yasir Arafat's own group.
This should give second thought to those who, like
Sen. Charles H. Percy, (R., 111.;, view Arafat as a mod-
erate. What does moderate mean in this context?
The PLO view of moderation apparently is that
for public relations reasons they proclaim they will no
longer carry out terrorist activities outside Israel while
continuing to murder Israeli men, women and children.
Obviously, the PLO is determined not only to block
efforts to obtain peace but, more important, still dedi-
cated to destroying the Jewish State.
Premier Yitzhak Rabin's government is firm in
saying it will not negotiate with terrorists. The Amer-
ican government should also reenforce its stated policy
not to deal with the PLO as long as it refuses to recog-
nize Israel.
Dr. Kronish Honored
Rapid change is the inevitable trademark of com-
munities such as ourr in South Florida, where expansion
is taking place faster than anywhere else in the nation.
Under such circumstances, it is a sheer pleasure
to observe the steady markers among us, the community
leaders who have stood as beacons in their solid pres-
ence, by whose firm hand and firmer principles we
have been able to guide ourselves.
Last week, members of Temple Beth Sholom and
friends of its spiritual leader turned out in force to
express their appreciation to Dr. Leon Kronish for his
30 years at the helm of the congregation and in the
forefront of South Florida Jewish affairs.
The ceremony was in the form of a post script to a
musical program, but there was nothing in it as an after-
thought. In fact, the program seemed to be the proper
stage upon which such an expression of gratitude could
best take place.
Dr. Kronish has not only been in the forefront of
the development of Temple Beth Sholom into one of the
nation's leading Jewish congregations. He has not only
occupied distinctive roles in local Jewish affairs.
He has also brought distinction to the Temple and
the South Florida community in the various national
posts he has held.
Whether in positions of leadership with the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and the Israel Bond campaign,
whether as president of the Southeast Council of the
American Jewish Congress and national chairman of
the board of the American Israel Histadrut Foundation,
whether as national vice president of the American
Jewish Congress or chairman of the national Israel
Committee of the Central Conference of American Rab-
bis Dr. Kronish has brought both honor and mean-
ingful leadership to us all.
We well understand Temple Beth Sholom's spon-
taneous outpouring of warm feelings and congratula-
tions to Dr. Kronish and his wife, Lillian, on the oc-
casion of his 30th anniversary as spiritual leader of the
Temple.
The program lasc week was part of an ongoing year-
long series of festivities dedicated to honoring Dr. Kro-
nish.
South Florida joins in extending its congratulations,
too.
ORT Day on Wednesday
Some 120,000 members of Women's American ORT
will observe ORT Day 1975 next Wednesday, Mar. 19.
Southeastern Florida Region of the organization
will join the observance.
ORT Day launches the spring membership cam-
paign of ORT in some 950 chapters from coast to coast.
In this era of stress, turmoil and upheaval, it be-
comes ever more clear that, if we fail to educate our
young people properly, we fail to insure the welfare,
indeed the future, of our civilization.
Education is at the very center of all our endeavor
all our hopes for the future. And, in ORT's view, our
educational system has not kept pace with the techno-
logical revolution.
Schools have been cut off from real life, and chil-
dren are being turned out into the world ill-equipped to
function as productive and creative members of their
communities.
Since its inception in 1880, ORT has provided more
than a million persons with modern skills and trades,
ranging from electricity and auto mechanics, to elec-
tronics, computer repair, and telecommunications.
It is toward the strengthening of this trend, and its
75-year-old program of education in technical skills and
trades, that ORT rededicates itself in America, in Israel,
and elsewhere abroad.
Pawns9 are Israel's Lifeblood
\S THESE words are being
written, the fate of I
i :ed on t:ie fcasis
thai .ItfiPtccvT&.jan r* reached
>n Ij-iae. ami Egypt, there
v :.. tx no more war in the Mid-
dle East.
The method is a simple one.
Henry Kissinger and Anwar Sa-
dat make terms in Cairo. Kis-
singer flies to Jerusalem, pre
sents the terms, and Israei then
says "yes" or "no."
IN BETWEEN times. Kissin-
ger also flies to Damascus,
where he assures President At.
sad that, really, no one
ing to isolate him or the plo
They can continue to make all
the threats against Israe: they
want, the dear little things.
For some observers, this rr.ay
be a reductio ad absurdum of
Kissinger's step-by-step diplom.
acy an effort to minimize it
for some secret, perhaps par.
tisan. reason.
I don't think so.
DB. KISSINGER'S current
Middle East adventure has all
the earmarks of his last one in
February, and the one tefore,
that.
That is to saw it is a careful.
ly-etched reflection of his nejo-
tiating performance in p-:]s
with Le Due Tho and the North
Vietnamese.
At a time when Southeast
Asia is day by day falling to the
Communists, when the Ford ad-
ministration, and Kissinger hirr..
seif. are pleading for new as-
sistance to the beleaguerc>i Cam.
bodians and South Vietnemese,
what Is there to say of 1
singer performance in Paris that
W eg not speak tor its-
At least this: that
is not one of its primary
ties.
THE POINT is thai
rts Kissinger v .?
1 to make to Egyi I n the
name of peace, the coi
will brin? no peace.
Instead, they will represent
one more in a series of new
staiting points from which the
Arabs will continue to demand
what they've never ceased de-
manding, the destruction of Is-
rael, in the same way that
Paris never stopped the Cong.
If Kissinger wants to con-
Continued on Page 15-A
When some local rabbis reject
rfaith effort- they are reflect-
ing in my opinion, the outlook
hose who. in the words of
Chief Rabbi Immanuel Jakobo-
of England, have "been con-
.. of Eastern Europe."
Even more significantly, this
world leader of Orthodox Jewry
told a recent conference in Jeru-
salem, the narrow oersnective
displayed ignores the "emerg-
ence of the Jewish state which
enabled Jewish asoiratinns to find
the broadest corporate expres-
sion."
THIS IS not to say that those
Greater Miami Orthodox leaders
who are critical of contact* ,ri,h
Christians in any way resemble
the ultra-Orthodox Neteuri Kart.i
sect which ha* been in contact
with PLO representatives in some
European countries.
According to the London Jew-
ish Chronicle, a spokesman for
the fanatics has said that they
have vzreed to act on hehilf of
the Arab terrorists in Israel, and
one of their pamnhletc ha ex-
pressed sympathy for Vasir Ara-
fat'= "vision" of secular st?te for
Mo*Iem. Jews and Christian* in
all of Palestine, including what
is now Israel.
BUT WHAT do"s one sav when
our own Rabbi Tibor Stern states
that he would rather enter into
a didloeue with a Catholic priest
than w*th Rabbi Balfour Brick-
ner. a Reform spokesman for in-
terfaith activity?
Or the decision bv the Union
of Orthodox Jewish- Congrega-
tions to resume particination in
th" Synagogue Council of
America, which thev left hst
year, making it n'ain that this
in no way implied religious rec-
ognition of e.ither Conservative
or Reform Judaism, the other
partners in the Svnagogue Coun-
cil?
The fanatics of Neteuri Karta
have no problem with the emerg-
ence of Israei as the Jewish State
they oppose its existence.
But those who clina to th^ir
Eastern Europe isolation do a
disservice, I believe, in their fail-
ure to recognize the n.^ed for
support of Israel by Christians
in this country and abroad. It is
this mind-set. amone other things,
that cau=>d Rabbi Jakobovits to
unleash his surorising statement
that Orthodoxv has now "all but
lost the confidence" of the Jew-
ish people.
I WOULD be among the fir=t
to sav that I am 'cipnointed 'n
the Utt> that hf> resu'ted frnrn
he excrf-'P0 nt lava ir'th ".
ligious and secular Christian l?ad-
ers, but th-it is not to say that
there has been no good coming
from these dialogues, eitl
We are no longer livinj the
isolation of the East'.!-.
Dean ghettos, and we no lo
can ignore that our neighbors
can influence the fate of 0UI
people here and in Israel.
Maybe in Williamsburs they
have a different perspective en
life and some parts of South
Beach, but these are the excep-
tions to Jewish life today, not
the rule.
AS RABBI Brickner said here
recently, "To be constantly sus-
picious and to constantly reject
a hand of friendship that l ex-
tended iust doesn't do anybody
any good."
Those of us who are not is>
lated from Christians, those pap
Continued on Page 13-A
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Friday, March H
Israel is Pressed for New Concessions
rae! will demand :'-
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< atinoed from Pare 1-A
Egypt and Israel or. as iatt
withdrawal from the I
would not also include negotia-
tions for Israeli withdrawal from
the Golan Hcbj
Israel has repeatedly asserted
that she would no: withdraw any
further from the Golan, nor
would she enter into ar.y *.alks
with any Arab oartv inv
the PLO
THIS WAS seer. | .:;
true following the PLO al
last week on a third-rate hotel
along the Tel Aviv seashore.
By late Tuesday, it seemed
clear that what Secretary Kissin-
ger was now angling for is not
so .much a second stage with-
drawal involving Israel and
Egypt as negotiations that would
also include Syria.
This is being interpreted here
a> a result of Kissingers talks
with President Assad, during
which Assad took a hard line that
be i rtand idly by if the

Israeli Student
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TEL AVIV (JTAj Some Israeli students living in
the United States are paying American women to marry
them temporarily so that they can qualify for work permits
in order to support themselves while attending college, the
Tel Aviv University student weekly, "Yatoosh" ("Mosqui-
to"; reported.
The subterfuge is necessary because high tuition fees
and high living costs in the U.S. make it imperative for
the students to seek jobs for which they need the coveted
"green card." the work permit issued to aliens married to
American citizens. "Yatoosh" said.
IN SOME CASES, the newlywed students get reduc-
tions in fees and rent and qualify for American citizenship.
When their financial burdens are eased, the students di-
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latest Kissinger step-bjr-steD ne-
gotiations left Syria out in the
cold.
Meanwhile, officials in Jerusa-
lem would not comment on Pres-
ident Anwar Sadat's assertion
that he would not sign a non-
belligerency pact with Israel un-
til all Arab lands had been va
cated.
PRIVATELY, officials said
they hoped thn was only an open-
ing position and couid afford
room for maneuver But it was
clear on the eve o: Secretary of
State Kissinger's arrival here that
non-belligerency"' is perhaps the
biggest single sticking point in
the American diplomat s make-or-
break second-stag* settlement ef-
fort
Israel demands that the agree-
ment contain a mutual, direct
and formal undertaking by both
sides to renounce the use of
force in the settlement of their
conflict
Sadat has publicly and re-
peatedly rejected this demand at
this stage, explaining that he
could only contemolate such a
far-reaching undertaking in the
context of a final settlementor
at least linked to a total Israel
withdrawal from occupied Arab
lands.
SOME OBSERVERS here be
lieve that Kissinger himself would
step in with formulations of his
own designed to bridge the gap
between the two sides' positions.
Such American intervention is
not exDected early in the effort.
Israel's opening cosition WSJ
summed up by a top negotiator
under six heads:
P. The "non-belligerency'' as-
pect. Israel insists on direct and
public undertakings bv th* par
ties to tech other. The notion of
commitments to a third party
the U.S.is not acceptable in
Jerusalem. Policv-makers here at
tach major political and psy-
chological imDortance to this de-
mand. They stress that in ceding
the Mitlc and Gidi masses and
the Abu Rodeis oilfields. Israel
would be making a significant
militarv-stratesic concession and
it therefore demands a far-reach
ing political concession from
Egypt in return.
a A declaration that the sec-
ond-stage accord is a major and
irrevocable step on the path to
peace. (The disengagement
nents specified that they
were to be seen as "a step to-
ward a just and durably peace on
the basis of Security Council Res-
olution 338 .") Israel will de-
mand that the ncv agreement go
considerably further than that.
a "Elements" of non-bellig-
erency. Israel proposes that
Egypt end the economic boycott
and moderate its diplomatic war-
fare against Israel. Israel also
suggests it be given access to the
Suez Canal for its shipping, that
foreign tourist traffic be permit-
ted to cross directly between the
two countries, and other moves
to scale down a quarter-century
of animosity. Assuming the
agreement does bring a gradual
improvement of relations, sport- ]
ing or cultural exchanges could
a conflagration.
a The link with Geneva. Is-
Guest Rabbi This Weekend
At Temple Tif ereth Israel
This Friday evening and Sat-
urday, Temple Tifereth Israel's I
guest rabbi will be Rabbi Stewart ]
H. Signer, from Rutherford. N.J.
Rabbi Sytner has an impressive
background of Hebrew education
and experience. He is a graduate
of Yeshiva College, has a Master's
degree and Doctorate in Psycho-
logy, has served congregations in '
Newburgh. N.Y., Middletown.
NY. and is at present Rabbi of
Temple Beth El, Rutherford. N.J.
Everyone is invited to attend.
ey_en be contemplated at a later
date, officials here say.
a The time factor Israel pro-
poses that the non-belligerency
provision be open-ended, but that
at the sanje tune the duration of
tne agreement be specifically de-
lineated Officials here are of
course aware of :he seex.ing con-
tradiction They explain, how-
ever, that while a pledge to d
from war to peace cannot be
linked to a time setting, the
practical provision* of the ac-
cord, especially '^.ose concer
the United Nations Emergen
Force fUHEFl and iemilitariza
tion on the ground, would be
stronger if firmly anchored to a
set period of five to seven years.
a UNEF mandate to be made
less transient and not subject :o
semi-annual renewal Demilitari-
zation of areas ceded under joint
Israel-Egype supervision or at
least with joint machinerv 'akin
to the now defunct mixed armis-
tice commissions) in which any
breaches or suspected breaches of
the accord would be examined
before they could mushroom into
-Mferl
Geneva peace c
pected later this year ;..
want to ensure
ence does not clash wflj
the .validity of the sec
Egypt-Israel accord.
ISRAEL WILL expect z
to present ::s overall claim,;
demands at Geneva not ^- q :.i
maturr# not hinging then J
continued observance
second-stage accord A
or breakdown at Or:
here > it on z jccom
mean the car.' Qati or
ng on the sc I
rnent
The probation pet I _; .1
in2 which leraeJ n I
its present defeaae lices-woM
also oe designed
period of Svrian .--? [I
Egyptian-Israel: a:re-
does launch an attacl j
officials here explain \-:A
would wish to meet I
ensconced on the M 1
Passes in the Sinai .
felt compelled to ;
too. despite its ur.
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Concern Voiced Ove r Arab Arms Buildup
JERUSALEM(JTA)As Israeli Ambassador Simcha
>initz conferred with Defense Secretary James Schlesinger,
eportedly to express to him Israel's concern at the current
\rab arms build-up, officials here disclosed that since the
cm Kippur War the Arab states have ordered some $18
J' lion worth of weaponry:
Some of the hardware has already been delivered,
ccording to Israeli experts, including consignments of So-
letmade weaponry totalling $4 billion worth.
OF PARTICULAR concern here
l the concerted pattern of arms-
burchasing which appears to be
emerging. There appears, in the
Lew of Israeli analysts, to be a
fcoordinated program determined
tin advanceprobably at last Oc-
tober's Arab summit at Rabat.
There is no indiscriminate
buying, said a recent report by
the Israel News Service, a semi-
official news and background
service published daily in Jeru-
salem.
"The Arab states have an ar-
rangement deciding which coun-
try buys what and which kinds
of arms are to be transferred to
neighboring countries." Oinitz is
reported to have told Schlesinger.
The ins report rejects the as-
sumption that Egypt is being
starved of arms. Egypt "has re-
reived almost everything it
needs.'' the report asserts, listing
more than 1,000 modern tanks,
hundreds of armored personnel
carriers, 100 artillery pieces, 15
ground to air missile batteries,
surface missiles of the SCUD and
UN Rights Body 'Hypocritical'
WASHINGTON (JTA) The United Nations Human
{ights Commission's action calling on Israel to release
Archbishop Hillarion Capucci from prison and charging
srael with desecrating Moslem and Christian holy sites
vas assailed here as "hypocritical'' and "further compro-
mises the United Nations' role as a guarantor of human
fights and an agency of international peace."'
Rabbi David Saperstein. asso-
jte director of the Religious
ttion Center of the Union of
v.rican Hebrew Congregations
Ind the Central Conference of
\merican Rabbis, denounced the
Commission's decision and asked
religious and political leaders to
|join in preserving the integrity
and dignity of the UN by de-
manding an immediate reversal
of the decision.
HE URGED "a reveroal based
on truth and justice rather than
pressure from oil-rich Arab coun-
tries.''
Capucci. Rabbi Saperstein said,
['although flearly anti Israel and
pong suspected of actions sym-
pathetic to the Arab terrorists,
vas nevertheless given complete
freedom of speech and action dur-
ing his years in Israel.
"Only upon being apprehended
while using his clerical privileges
to smuggle into Israel .arms and
explosives for terrorists, and after
a, public trial in which he was
accorded the full legal rights
given to every Israeli, was he
?.entcnced to jail."
Rabbi Saperstein added: "As
of this time, all fact-finding mis-
sions to Israei have contradicted
the Commission's stand on holy
sites u or Israeli control. Those
sites in Israel and the occupied
territories which Israel permits
to be run bv the religious orders
which worship there have never
been kept as well, or as open to
all people as they have been by
Israel."
The United States was the only
nation among the 32 members of
the Commission to vote against
both resolutions.
THE RESOLUTION charging
Israel with violating the "basic
norms of international law" in
the administered areas was ap-
proved 22-1, with nine absten-
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The resolution accused Israel
of violating the 1949 Geneva con-;
vention on the protection of civil-1
ian war victims, and with "de-1
liberate destruction and devasta-1
tion" of Kuneitra on the Golan
Heights.
The resolution called on all na-
tions to act to make Israel stop
"all acts and policies aimed at
colonizing and changing the phys-1
icul character and demographic
composition of the occupied Arab
territories."
THE DEMAND for the release
of Capucci was contained in the
second resolution, which accused I
Israel of desecrating Moslem and
Christian shrines.
The resolution was adopted by
a vote of ?l-6. with five absten-
tions. Joining in oDposition with
the U.S. were France, Britain,
West Germany, Italy and The
Netherlands.
All five abstained on the first
motion, as did Austria. Costa
Rica, Nicaragua and the Domini
can Republic.
The resolution on violations of
international law was sponsored
by Cyprus. Ghana, India, Pakis-
tan. Senegal, Sierra Leone, Tan
zania Yugoslavia and Zaire. The
other resolution was sponsored
by Cyprus, Indian, Pakistan, Sene-
gal, Zaire. Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon
Tunisia and Turkey.
ISRAEL, which is not a mem-
ber of the Commission, could not
vote but could reply. Eytan Ronn,
the Israeli representative sitting
as an observer, assailed the "fan-
tastic allegations and accusations
so steadily voiced against Israel."
He said the fact was that "the
situation in the administered ter
ritories is better than any sensi-
ble man of goodwill could rea-
sonably expect or even hope for
in the face of permanent incite-
ment to hatred, hostility, violence
and terror surging from Arab
capitals."
Ronn said the Commission,
dominated by countries friendlv
to the Arabs, was being used for
political propaganda.
HE SAID the war crimes charge
was based on "irrelevancics
blown up to monstrous propor-
tions, fictitious allegations made
to look like proven atrocities."
After the meeting. Ronn was
reported to have said the matter
of Capucci was a criminal case
outside the Commission's juris-
diction and that Israel would
ignore the Commissions demand
for his release.
Beth Israel Sisterhood
Plans Pesach Seminar
Beth Israel Sisterhood will
hold its Pesach Seminar in the
Schwartz Auditorium Tuesday at
1 D.m. Rabbi Mordechai Shapiro
will outline laws and procedures
for the nreDaration for the Pe-
sach Holiday and for the Seder
table.
There will be a question and
answer period and a report on
procress made on the Bernard
Hershkowitz Youth Center, and
the Sisterhood's work with the
aced and poor. Refreshments will
be served. Frog type, naval craft and
bridging equipment.
AS TO aircraft, there was some
delay in supply, but recently So
viet MIG-23's have begun arriv-
ing ih Egypt.
At the same time, Egypt has
been getting french Mirages pur-
chased by Saudi Arabia and has
recently ordered directly some
Mirage F-l planes and some
french helicopters.
Moreover, Egypt is soon to sign
an agreement with Britain for
the assembly in Egypt of 250
Lynx helicopters.
Syria, which lost some 200
planes in the war. has since re-
ceived 300 planes from the So-
viets, including 50 of the latest
MIG23V and Sukhoi 208's.
SYRIA HAS also received more
than 1,000 tanks and hundreds of
modern personnel carriers, as
well as SCUD missiles to aug-
ment her pre-war Frog force and
anti-aircraft missiles too.
Iraq has .been, buying/,mudern
planes and tanks from both the
Soviets and the french, and Libya
has just made a giant deal with
the Soviets estimated at some $2
billion for planes, tanks and
missiles. Libya has already taken
delivery of over 100 french
Mirages, and ordered 38 more.
The Libyan and Saudi Arsenals
arc seen in Israel as obviously
earmarked for transfer to other
Arab states closer to the con-
frontation lines.
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Jewish Community ]
Denounces Terror
Miami Beach builder Charles Rosenberg
(third from left) addressed a gathering
of leaders of the 1975 Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund Insur-
ance Division last week at the Standard
Club. At left are Division Cochairmen
Arnold Kotick and Mel Kartzmer, also a
CJA-IEF Advance Gifts Division chair-
man; Insurance Chairman Sam J. Rabin,
and Cochairmen Stuart K. Jacobs and
Harold Essig are at right.
When One Jew's in Trouble,
We Must All Pitch in to Help
Continued from Pan* 1-A
ing their heritage. The students whose culture could
enrich their lives, and whose lives might even enrich
that very culture, are growing up ignorant of the learn-
ing their fathers died for.
In the Soviet Union, one of the world's largest
remaining Jewish populations is cut off from its life-
blood.
SOVIET JEWS are denied Jewish ritual, slandered,
harassed, and their families jeopardized if they so much
as speak out for the freedom to live as Jews.
In Israel, there is still hope because Israel's people
are stubborn and brave and willing to sacrifice a great
deal to help their homeland survive.
AND JUST as the Jew has been the outcast all
through history, Israel today is ostracized from world
communities isolated, economically and politically.
One of the most controversial features in a major
American magazine last November was "All the World
Wants the Jews Dead." The concept is nothing new.
And, certainly, history seems to be adding truth to that
title for 1975.
So I can offer only a personal hope to counter that
history:
I HOPE that each and every one of us has done
everything in our power to reverse that trend by
upholding our own historical response as Jews:
"Tzedakah."
When one Jew is in trouble, the other Jew helps.
That is our heritage, and that is our responsibility. And
in 1975, it can be fulfilled through support of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund.
That is my hope.
AND NOW the survival of the Jews as a people is
very much up to you.
Because if it is not safe to a Jew everywhere on
earth, it will not be safe to be a Jew anywhere on earth.
/fob
Chairman,
1975 Combined Jewish Appeal
Israel Emergency Fund
Residents of Forte Towers recently met to hear a special
1975 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
message from Consul General of Israel Emanuel Shimoni
(left), seen here with George Kotin and Julius Grocer,
Forte Towers cochairmen.
Jewish community lead*
I Wednesday denounced
th terrorist attack on Tel Aviv.
which they said was "desi
-. sabotage Secretary Kissin-
ger's current efforts toward.;
achieving a second Israel-Egypt
agreement in the Sinai." 1
Ti-.e statement, signed by
Hariy B. Smith, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, and by Bernard S. Man-
d.ei, chaiiman of the Federa-
tion's Community Relations
Committee, pointed out that El
Fatah, the group which carried |
out the raid "on a sleeping city,"^
is headed by Yasir Arafat. f
IT SAID that Palestine Lib-
eratlon Organization Chief Ara-
this
our
rr.ourned "the blow that
terrorist act deals to all
hopes for peace."
"Once again we are shocked
and anguished by a terrorist at.
tack on innocent people, this
time in the sleeping city of Tel.
Aviv," the statement noted in:
full.
"We are hurt not only by the
senseless snuffing out of lives,
but also by the fact that this
brutality obviously is designed
to sabotage Secretary Kissin-
ger*s current efforts towards
achieving a second Egypt-Israel
agreement in the Sinai.
"It is particularly significant
that this viciously criminal act
was carried out by El Fatah
fat has been described as a mod- Yasir Arafat s own power base
erate, and stated that "the at- $
tack shows what moderation
means tc Palestinian terrorists."
The community leaders said
they "mourn those who lost
their lives needlessly," and also
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within the PLO. Arafat has
been described as a moderate;
the attack shows what modera-
tion means to Arafat and Pales-
tinian terrorists.
"Let the world take note the
* this is the man who was weUji
corned with a standing ovation
' at the UNthe man who spoke
, with a gun on his hip and spoke
of his hopes for peace.
"We mourn those who lost
their lives needlessly. We also
mourn the blow this terrorist
j act deals to all our hopes for
peace."
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ISRAEL HISTADRUT FOUNDATION
Salutes
NINE DONORS WHO
PLEDGED $2,470,000
for HISTADRUT
projects in Israel
and were Honored with
the 'BUILDERS AWARD'
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Meyer and Anne Lipson of Miami Beach, receiving an Israel
Histadrut Foundation "Builders Award" from Mrs. Leon
Kronish, in recognition of their very substantial cash contri-
butions and transfer of real property to the 9.5% Histadrut
Annuity Trust.
THE HISTADRUT ECONOMIC CONFERENCE FOR ISRAEL
February 16-19, 1975 at the Fontainebleau Hotel
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Max & Sarah Kaufman of Miami Beach and New
York, are presented with an Israel Histadrut
Foundation "Builders Award" by Jacob Rifkin of
Miami Beach, in recognition of their generous
commitment to a Histadrut Unitrust. The Israel
Histadrut Foundation will dedicate a Kupat Holim
Clinic in their honor at Givat Hamore in Afulla.
Nathan & Frances Rossen of Detroit are present-
ed with an Israel Histadrut "Builders Award" by
Mrs. Pinhas Sapir in recognition of their contri-
bution of $200,000 to the Histadrut Annuity Fund
and $25,000 to the Israel Histadrut Campaign.
They will be honored with an appropriate Kupat
Molim project in Israel.
Joseph Goldberg of Miami Beach receiving an
Israel Histadrut Foundation "Builders Award,"
from South Florida Histadrut Council President,
Morris Newmark, in recognition of the transfer of
his interest in a shopping center to a Histadrut
Charitable Remainder Unitrust.
George & Pauline Shaeffer of Miami Beach, re-
ceiving the Israel Histadrut Foundation "Build-
ers Award" from Else Bonem of Miami Beach and
Chicago, in recognition of a commitment of $100,-
000 to the 9.5% Histadrut Annuity Trust. The Is-
rael Histadrut Foundation will dedicate an addi-
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the Children's Village in Kiryat Tivon, Haifa, in
their honor.
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Michael Ferman of Miami Beach and New York,
is presented with an Israel Histadrut Foundation
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his $100,000 contribution to the Histadrut An-
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Issie Bressler of Miami Beach and Long Island,
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yHE THREE authors above-named have nothing
in commH except that their names begin
with "B." However, each has written an imDor-
tant book. "Pointing the Way." by Martin Buber
(New York. Schocken oaivrback $2.95. 239 pp..
translated by Maurice S. Friedman) is a collec
tion of the authors essays ranging over three
decades.
B'th-rs knowld?e and learnine may be
gauged from the range of topics in this book
from "The Teaching of the Tao" to "Ghandi.
Politics and Us" to "Society and State" and
"Pronhccy, Apocalyptic and the Historical Hour."
Buber cannot be read swiftly or lightly. Each
of his sentences requires concentration and each
paracranh reflection. However, once one learns
to read Buber. the doors to socialism, philosophy,
and h"manitarianism in its apocalyptic forms are
opened. .
"MY BROTHER'S KEEPER." bv Yehuda
Pauer (Philadelphia, Jewish Public Society. S7.95,
350 pn.) is a history of th" American Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, 1929 to 1939. The decade
covered in the book was the high water mark of
the Joint's (or JDC as it is also known^ activities
prior to the conclusion of World War II.
Bauer has an introductory paragraph to the
main theme of the book so that the reader has
a background of JDC prior history. Bauer is the
current head of the Institute of Contemporary
Jewry at Hebrew University and is a member of
Kibbutz Shoval.
Buber, Bauer,
Brissault -- 3 B's
The author has taken prosaic material (it
is prosaic because it does not deal with the re-
cioients of JDC aid which would make for emo-
tionalism and be a different account) and loads
of correspondence and welded them to produce
a memorial for the exploits of a few who deserve
a posthumous accolade. He traces the activities
against a backdrop of European history. While
Europe was the main theatre of JDC action, other
continents served as places of its humanitarian
acts. The Appendix and notes enhance the im-
portance of the book. .
"NAZI SECRET SERVICE," by Andre Bris-
saud (New York, W. W. Norton & Co., $10. 320
pp.) was translated from the French by Milton
Waldman. The Nazi Secret Service, known as the
S.D.. was founded by Heinrich Himmler and
passed to the command of Reinhard Heydrich.
According to Himmler, It was to be the "police
of the mind, the instrument for controlling
thought."
Brissaud has devoted himself, as a journal-
ist, to investigating current history since 1945
and a good part of that time has been concen-
trated on delving into the history of the S.D.
On September 6, 1946. the International
Military Tribunal at Nurenberg declared "the
S.D. and the Gestapo ... to be criminal and the
members of the S.D. to be criminals" This
has created obstacles for the author's research,
but he has persevered and his book makes fas-
cinating reading.
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Eruption of the Scandal Behind
Our Poor Treatment of the Aged
A NEW WIND, a searing wind is rising in the
New York and New Jersey areas, threaten-
ing to blow swollen nursing home profits out to
sea. The Empire State's new governor. Hugh L.
Carey, acceding to an American Jewish Congress
request to probe the gigantic nursing home in-
dustry, has pointedly promised. "Those who mis-
treat our elderly for gain will feel the full force
of an outraged people.''
The exploding investigation has appeared in-
evitable ever since 1967 when Medicaid funds,
pumped ever more rapidly into the nursing home
industry, facilitated the building of quick profits
by an enterprising few.
AND WITH individual patient costs now run-
ning $10,000 and over each year in many cases,
opportunities to make fast money for one's self,
one's uncles and aunts, and one's lobbyists are
ballooning.
Today, America has 20 million people 65
years of age and over. A third of that army of
grey heads is 7ti and over up where the needs
for entry into a nursing home abound.
Studies indicate that the figure of one mil-
lion men and women now in nursing homes will
double by the year 2000. And if the industry,
into which the governments and some financially
hard-pressed relatives of nursing home dwellers
are now pouring $3.5 billion a year, continues
its wild plunge ahead, sucking up the dollars
allotted those in need, government will have to
clamp down hard.
THAT THE people entrusted with the re-
sponsibility to keep the nursing home industry
clean have often faltered and failed is all too
evident, New Hampshire, while on a visit to a
so-called model nursing home, pledged heightened
supervision of nursing homes everywhere by ap
propriate inspectors.
Yet, three years later, the Senate Subcom-
mittee on Aging, headed by Sen. Frank E. Moss,
of Utah, issued a scathing report, declaring
"there is no coherent, constructive, and pro-
gressive national policy to meet the long-term
care needs of the elderly."
That report, now lending a cutting edge to
investigations exploding in several states, criti-
cized the U.S. Department of Health. Education,
and Welfare and a majority of state governments
for watering down and failing to enforce even
minimum nursing home standards.
THE TRAIN of scandal is long and ominous:
abuse of patients, physical danger, unsanitary
conditions, fire hazards, poor and unwholesome
food, infections, adverse drug reactions, medica-
tion errors, and negligence by nursing home per-
sonnel.
Moreover, as the federal government has
passed on to state governments the responsibility
for riding herd on the nursing homes, and as
state units have let these duties move into the
hands of poorly-staffed and indifferent local
agents, the horrors have multiplied.
Friday, March 14, 1975 *>Je*ist Ftoridrfor? Pge 1Q-A
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Prominent Jews
In Music, Art
MUSIC IS the oldest form of Jewish art. In other forms the
M Jewish people had been much behind other nations;9W>
in the arts of painting and sculpture. But m mus.c they led the
"' Jewish music goes back to the Biblical times. The*JWMmore
than 100 passages in the Bible where mus.cal instruments
mentioned brass instruments, wind .nstrumentsnd strmg
instruments. Jews celebrated their cross.ng of the Red Sea w,tn
mUSKlNG DAVID had played the harp, which is even today a
modem musical instrument. In all times in Jevvish h'ston% and >n
all countries music was an important part of Jewish express-on
It stands to reason that Jews would have excelled also in
sculpture and painting as they do now had not one oi the
Ten Commandments prohibited the makmg of images, to prevent
the return to idolatry practice.
Great painting on Jewish and Biblical themes had been done
by many prominent painters hundreds of years ago. but not by
THE SISTINE Chapel in Rome is full of frescoes on Biblical
.ulMeots and Jewish prophets, done bv the great Michaelangelo in
the'15th century not to speak of his famous marble sculptures
of Moses (Rome) and David (Florence).
Rembrandt too. has made many paintings of Jews and or
episodes in Jewish history. But no such art was indulged into by
Jews at that time.
The first Jew to exorcise a decisive influence on the general
development of the art of painting was Camille Pissarro, known
as "the father of the French Impressionists."
HE LIVED in the la=t century and died in Paris in the early
years of this century. Another leading Jewish painter who emerged
at that time was Josef Israels. Among the latter's paintings on
Jewish themes are "A Jewish Wedding." "The Torah Scribe," "A
Son of thp Ancient People" and others.
Since then, the world became richer in art with Jewish talents
like Max Liebermann. Amadeo Modigliani and others, including
Marc Chagall of our time.
Jewish participation in sculpture started even later than in
painting. During this century a member of well-known Jewish
sculpturers began to emerge, but the tradition of the Ten Com*
mandments against sculpturing images is still strong.
Completely different has been the attitude of Jews at all
times and in all parts of the world to music.
There is Jewish research literature showing a rcH "f 5.000
years of Jewish music. There are anthologies of .1; '.....=ical
creations which go many centuries back -- ancient J*wi h music
and modern Jewish music, Sephardic music and AshVena-n music,
Judeo-Arabic music and Judeo-Spanish music, reliaiou* music,
cantorial music, Yiddish folkmusic, theater music and nvisic which
other nations have taken over from Jews.
JEWS HAVE produced a great numbpr f *+**< -omnosers,
world-renown conductors, prominent si""er- ;ft^ -iolinists and
pianists, cantors who could sing on t*i- wr> ''','*"- writers of
operas and symphonies. They contributed sreatlv to the develop1
ment of music in many lands.
Among the famous Jewish composers of the last century wa
Jacques Halevy, a son of a Torah scribe, whose opera. "La Juive,'
is still popular today as a classic work of music. Another celebrity
of the same period was Giacomo Meyerbeer who was one of the
most appealing figures among musicians of the 19th century.
There was also Jacques Offenbach, son of a cantor.
SPACE DOES not permit me to list all the great Jewish com-
posers who acquired a worldwide reputation, however it would
suffice to mention onlv a few of our own generation Ernest
Bloch, Gustav Mahler. Arnold Schoenberg. Darius Milhaud, George
Gershwin, Aaron Cooland and Leonard Bernstein.
Among the famous Jewish violinists of the last decades we
find Leopold Auer, Fritz KreHer. Misha Elman, Yasha Heifetz,
Ephraim Zimbalist, Nathan Milstein, Bronislaw Huberman, Michel
Piastre Yehuda Menuhin, Isaac Stern, David Oistrakh, Erica Morini
and numerous other soloists.
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Anything is Possible: A View of Such Possibilities in the Future
Haifa
ALMOST THE first question which visitors address
to us here seeks an appraisal of what will be.
Because Israel is the land of the prophets, those who
live here are presumed to be prophets. The easiest
form of reply, of course, would be a shrug of the
shoulders, an outward fling of the hands, and a total
disclaimer of all ability at soothsaying. Who can peer
into the future?
WHO WOULD have thought, as recently as two
or three years ago, that there would ever be serious
discussion in high places of an American invasion and
occupation of the oil fields of the Middle East.
Yet today, statesmen and commentators are al-
ready engaging in detailed consideration of every as-
pect of such possible move.
In short, anything is possible. At a time when even
the most fantastic science fiction has been eclipsed by
c,/
*4L
'pert
reality, and man can walk about on the face of the
moon, is there anything, truly, which Is b yond reality?
So let us engage In an imaginative discursion through
some of the possibilities. Aftter all, good political and
military leaders must take into consideration every
conceivable contingency.
ON THE eastern front, King Hussein could be
assassinated by extremists, and Israel would be com-
pelled to occupy the other bank of the Jordan to pre-
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vent its being taken over by hostile Syria.
Or Hussein might be isolated by the other Arab
states, and driven to sign a separate pact with Israel
for creation of a federation, to mutual advantage.
In the north, Lebanon could be plunged into a
civil war and Israel would find itself in the position
of rendering help to its Christian neighbors to save
them from the Moslems.
In the northeast, it is not beyond the realm of
possibility that a new outbreak of fighting would re-
sult in the setting up of an independent Druze state,
allied by treaty to Israel which would guarantee its
existence.
There are equally strange possibilities in the
south. Much will depend on how greedy the Arab states
will be and how tightly they will pull that strangula-
tion noose around the throat of western civilization.
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'riday, March 14, 1975
IB
*Jewish fhridHan
Page 11-A
Column is fs Moral View is Discredit to Him
ITOR: The Jewish Floridian: mmmumm
J
There is something undignified
l Leo Mindlin's casting asper-
sions on our government for hav-
ing different Kales of justice
cales that depend upon one's
Station in society. (See "Bron-
iteln Makes Us Feel Moral," Feb.
14. Page 4-A).
There is also something insult-
ing in tbis to your readers and
discredit to his own moral
stature.
SANFORD BRONSTEIN was
and is an out-and-out felon, a
convicted thief and conspirator.
Who stole for personal enrich-
ment. He was given every cour-
tesy in court often denied to
ther thieves.
Qe was convicted by his peers.
ind of course will be released
many years before his 25-year
lenience expires that he so justly
leserves. .-*4il
His ability to drag down many
big names and his withholding of
Important information will un-
OWL
READERS
WRITE
"Let Thy Word, Be Brief
KoheUth (Ecdesi&stct)
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doubtedly be used to secure an
abbreviated stay in jail for him.
After all. he had, and undoubted-
ly still has, the benefit of great
legal counsel.
THE SCALES of justice are
sick. They've never been repair-
ed. They are completely out of
balance.
Mr. Mindlin knows this, as do
most of your readers, and the
Watergate affair is one of the
cancerous things our decadent
democrary has tragically develop-
ed'. "'
But it is nul one of personal
enrichment or of Semitic preju-
dice compounded by Mr. Mind-
lin into an article of moral
bankruptcy.
The President's "men" were
taking over our government It
can happen again unless legisla-
tion is enacted to ovetcome al-
leged legal cunning so marginal
as to what or who is allowed to J
accomplish power and what is j
truly legal in the eyes of history.
We could go down the drain in
today's moral bankruptcy. The
men involved, strange as it mayj
seem, were not in it for personal
enrichment as was Mr. Bronstein.
The stakes were bigger. Pow-
er, yes, power to take over gov-'
eminent was their intent through
unreal operations unquestionably
criminal.
BOTH DIRECTIONS are crim
Orthodox Return to Council
Continue I from Pane 1-A
the Reform and Conservative
movements
"THE UOJCA participation
With such rroup.s in the S( "A
has, therefore, no ideological or
religious significance above and
beyond the Orthodox Union's
leaire to cooperate with all seg-
ments of the Jewish community
on issues of common concern,"
Jacobs said.
"We hope that the Orthodox
Union and .its members can
now proceed in unity to the
strengthening of the Torah val-
ues which concern us all."
The UOJCA action, however,
was challenged by the Rabbin-
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expressed its shock and dismay.
KABBI DAVID Hollander.
RAA president, denounced what
he termed "the wanton violation
of the halachic ban on member-
ship in the Synagogue Council
of America.
"This is the first time in his-
tory that rabbis who are re-
garded as Orthodox have urged
and pleaded with the laity with-
in the Orthodox Union to act
contrary to a halachic ruling is-
sued by outstanding halachic au-
thorities of our time."
Rabbi Hollander called upon
the organized Orthodox rabbin-
ate and other Orthodox groups
to "stand solidly behind the
sanctity of the halacha and to
use every just and legitimate
means to deal with those who
are responsible for the defiance'
of the authority of the halacha." '
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inal, but there is no confusion.
Mr. Bronstein's is a closed case
excepting that he apparently did
what he did with the approval of
many powerful people who have
managed not to be revealedto
the credit of his fine legal
strategy.
To open this wound in our so-
ciety is sickening, especially the
innuendo that tne sentence was
so severe because of Mr. Bron-
stein's being a Jew.
Leo Mindlin should respect his
readers at a higher level. I per-
sonally feel that this kind of
literary rot should be publicly
censored.
The Watergate affair exisjs all
over the United States. We read-
ers had to have the smell flushed
down our throats. Our political
system is sick and being repaired
we hope.
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Friday, March 14, 1975
Fla. Corp. Forfeitures at Stake
< 'on tinned from PiK* I-A
a ><>. -
upon the Attorney General to in-
stitute civil pence.'dings.' against
corporations eneai.'ins in any as-
pect of the Arab Boycott It was
noted that the penalties provided
by Florida law include the for-
feiture of corporate charters.
George Bernstetin, chairman of
ADL's regional board, also call-
ed upon Gov. Askew and state
regulatory agencies to take af-
firmative steps to insure that
Florida banks and businesses do
not cooperate withor become
victimized by--the Arab boycott.
ADL sent a telegram to Gov.
Askw asking him to "exert your
moral leadership in the face of
Arab inspired boycotts and black
mail, by declaring at this critical
moment what we know to be your
personal commitment to the pub-
lic policy of the State of Florida,
which opposes such discrimina-
tion.-'
IN OTHER actions designed to
inform and sensitize key state
officials to the potential viola-
tions of Florida law, the League
has contacted the Secretary of
State's office, the Department of
Business Regulation and the
State Comptroller's office, urg-
ing each agency to state in the
clearest possible terms to the
businesses and banks which thev
regulate that cooperation with
Arab boycott demands may in-
volve restraint of trade in vio-
lation of Florida Law.
Arthur Teitelbaum, ADL's
Florida regional director, said
the League's action in Florida is
in response to a continuing, na-
tionwide investigation by ADL-
which is uncovering an increas-
ing flow of evidence of wide-
spread willingness in American
industry and banking circles to
be 'secret partners" in "an Arab
plot to cut Israel off from its
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and to purge Jews from com-
panies doing business with th<:
Anabs.-"..'.. .-
FOR THE sake of illustration.
Teitelbaum cited several types of
"discriminatory business con-
spiracies" fostered by the Arab
boycott which would be unlaw-
ful:
In order to sell services or
goods to Arab countries, the re-
fuse by one U.S. company to do
business with a second U.S. com-
pany, because the second com-
pany, is on the Arab blacklist
,, The discharge, demotion or
refusal to hire Dersons of the
Jewish faith in order to curry
the favor of potential Arab
clients, or as a condition of do-
ing business in Arab countries.
When an American bank,
at the request of a foreign buy-
er, requires a steamshio line to
submit Arab boycott-c/npliance
Red Harassment
- Of Soviet Jews
Mounting Anew
NEW YORK (JTA) The jailing of five Jews in
the USSR and the start of proceedings against two others
for demonstrating for freer emigration were cited here as
"further evidence of intensified harassment and persecu-
tion of Soviet Jews."
The Greater New York Confer-
ence on Soviet Jewry staged a
demonstration in front of the of-
fices of Aeroflot, the Soviet air-
line, at Fifth Ave. and 45th St.
in Manhattan to strongly de-
nounce "this latest example of
the campaign of terror to which
Soviet Jews are being subjected."
MALCOLM HOENLEIN, con-
ference executive director, noted
that last week Soviet police ar-
rested seven Jews in Moscow
seconds after they had unfurled
banners reading "Visas Not
Prison" and "Freedom for the
Prisoners."'
Five of the Jews received sum-
mary sentences the next day.
Four were given 15 days in jail
and one 10 days. However, Mark
Nashpits, 26, a dentist, and
Boris Tsetlyonok, 31, an electrical
technician, were detained for
future trial.
Hoenlcin pointed out that tn
December, Dr. Mikhail Shtern
was sentenced to eight years in
prison on trumped charges of
"bribery." 3nd Mikhail Leviev
was sentenced to death on "eco
nomic charges."
He said that, with this latest i
episode, "the pattern of oppres-
ion" is clear.
THE USSR, he said, "Is using
these terror tactics to intimidate
Soviet Jews in general and those
who want to emigrate in parti-
cular. The fact that there has
been a 40 per cent decline in
Jewish emigration in recent
months attests to the Soviets
determination to build new ob-
stacles in the path to freedom for
Soviet Jews."
He said that the stepped-up
persecution of Jews in the USSR
underscores the significance of
"Solidarity Sunday," a freedom
march and rally to be sponsored
by the conference in Manhattan
on April 13.
Hoenlcin said "Solidarity Sun
day" will afford people here tho
opportunity to serve notice on
the USSR that support here for
Soviet Jews remains as strong as
ever, and that "we will not waver
from our commitment to gain
freedom for those who desperate
ly want to emigrate from th?
USSR."
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TEITELBAUM NOTED that the
Arab boycott is a* mucn an issue
for Floridians as it is for other
Americans throughout the coun-
try. He referred to the 1970 Saudi
Arabian blacklist released last
week by Sen. Frank Church, of
Idaho, which contained the names
of several Florida corporations.
He also cited the boycott re-
lated danger from Arab invest-
ments in the U.S. and speculation
that Arab investors are eyeing
opportunities in Florida.
"We fear those investments
may be used for political pur-
poses and might include condi-
tions that are discriminatory to
Jews and non-Jews who refuse to
be intimidated. We believe that
the majority of Americans will
not submit to that kind of black-
mail."
Bernstein said the ADL had
also contacted the Florida State
Chamber of Commerce and the
Greater Miami Chamber of Com-
merce, urging them to inform
their members of the unlawful
aspects of the Arab boycott and
requesting Chamber members to
forthrightly reject any Arab
pressures to submit to boycott
demands.
ADL Asks Ford
To Order
Corrective Action
Continued from Paffe 1-A
it violated U.S. law which pro-
hibits any common carrier from
filing a certificate of boycott.
He said that ban is contained in
a 1960 revision of the U.S. Ship-
ping Act of 1916- Forster said
that if the banks and shipping
companies refused to accept the
Arabs' demands for a boycott
compliance document, the Arabs
"couldn't do a dime's worth of
business" with the U.S.
GRAUBARD'S LETTER to
President Ford noted that the
1916 Shipping Act attaches a
penalty of up to $25,000 for "re-
fusing or threatening to refuse,
space, accommodations when such
are available or resort to other
discriminating or unfair meth-
ods" and a fine of up to $5000
for each instance of "undue or
unreasonable preference or ad-
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Sect. 19 of the 1916 Shipping
Act was aimed primarily against
rate discrimination by foreign
steamship lines or their agents
against American lines.
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Petronius Arbiter Back-This Time at UN
nine Senators and an equal num-
ber of Representatives.
This joint program has been
[TED NATIONS (JTA)
bu Arbiter. ;i Rnman pro
. *jid satirist- who lived
i*C.E., ridiculed Jews for
biting' the eating of pork
H their habit of lifting
eyes heavenward in prayer
their rigorous enforcement
e law of eircumcision.
tsently, there is a writer
MS the name "Petronius"
BE column, "Diplomatic
Wk bi-weekly publica
[ltd "The Delegates World
which described itseli
pBpendent publication''
Ho serving the United
I 'and the International
emmunity"
ttfe Feb. 10 issue of this
ication, "Petronius" has an
about the meeting Feb. 6
|t1i'group of writers and
W anAJohn Fobes. deputy di-
r general of UNKSCO who
then in New York Th<
list comes down hard with
hammer and chisel on the
H^rthur Miller. James
hener, Colleen DewhuTst,
Julie Harris i.! Anna Strass-
berg representing Writers and
\rtists for IYac in the Middle
ist, which organized the meet-
ng-by not: r
vas to "make war on his (Fobes')
Brganjzation and "how they
vouid ema-.-il.it' UNESCO
hich had betrayed its allegedly
non-political vocation.''
Rumania Trade Part
WASHINGTON The State He
nent has confirmed that the
nited States and Rumania are
negotiating a commercial agree-
But in accordance with th'
lie Reform Act of 1974 that
deludes the Jackson V'anik
endments relating U.S. trade
benefits to the emigration prac
of Communist bloc coun-
te Department spokesman
Funseth said that the ne-
gations are "proceeding satis-
ftctorily.''
tr ft ft
Israel Seeks Talent
TEL AVIV- Chaim Glovi.v
sky, Israel's sports amhassad":-.
has just returned from a whirl-
wild tour v:-:,:na all continent
in a pericl ;:::
talent f r the HaoeI:^da
es slated fo.- .May 1 to 10.
Glovinskv also used the oppor-
tunity to straighten out a few
sports matters which have bur-
dened the Israeli government as
well as the mibiic here.
The matter of Israel's exclu-
sion from the world table-tennis
matches in India has been heavi-
ly publicized, and a story con-
cerning the exclusion of Israel's
women's handball team from the
Asian eliminations has been giv
en a lot of attention bv sports
writers and political analysts.
ft t> ft
Jewish Enrollment Up
NEW YORK Enrollment in
U.S. Jewish hi?n schoils has in-
creased 76'ner cent in the past
15 eaw t->-a record estimated
75,000 students, the American
ociation (or Jewish Education
reported this week.
The AAJE's findings, based on
projections from a yearlong na-
tional study of post-bar mitzvah
Jewish education, indicate that
high school students now repre-
sent about 20 Der cent of the
total enrollment in American
Jewish schools. This is nearly
three times their proportion in
the overall Jewish school popula-
tion in 1958-59.
However, the study also re-
veals that the "critical elements"
which determine the quality of
Jewish education are "found
wanting" in most supplementary
high schools.
SuDolempntarv schools, which
meet after public school hours
and/or on Sunday, comprise
mere than 80 per cent of the na
- Jewish hi :h schools and
have an estimated enrollment o!
1.000 students.
-A.
r.fctncil 'Votnn Met
SAN FRANCISCO "Women
; .-.- act t r Tomorrow" is the
Harvard Profs Feel
Kissinger Slighted
5N (JTA) Four
fcfrofessors declared
ppe; t I'.,.- Secretary of
te Henry A. Kissinger's dip-
otic efforts tn j-r'ijeve peace
in the Middle East and their
Concern over opposition to these
efforts by some sc-ments of the
American Jewish community.
Th* four, a'l Je s. a:e David
Landes, nati 'na' oh;::-man of tl'.e
American Proiessoi.s tor Peace
jn the Midd'e Hast; Mai tin
Peretz, chairman of the editorial
rboaicl Of the N.u Ke:ui! he and
I a member of the boaid of gov-
ernors "of Hebrew University;
' Henry Rosovskv. chairman of
'the Commis.-1'.n on Intornation-
' al Affairs of the American Jew-
ish Congress; and Michael Wal-
SStr, a member of the board of
trustees of the Institute of Jew-
ish Policy, Planning and Re-
search of the Synagogue Council
of America.
THE STATEMENT declared
that while the four scholars
"have had and continue to have
various differences with Dr. Kis-
singer on other issues," they
were "distressed by the fact
that he has become the target
Ol an unwarranted and baseiess
campaign questioning his funda-
mental motives vis-a-vis Israel."
C.ting the 'common sense"
understanding of "what is at risk
in the Middle East currently."
the scholars asserted that "the
loose talk, the pseudo-psychol-
ogy, the ad homincm attacks"
on Dr. Kissinger were "particu-
larly dangerous" because "they
pay on our worst fears and
make rational argument increas-
ingly difficult."
Thev added that such attacks
"weaken Dr. Kissinger's position
at a time when no imaginable
successor would be more con-
cerned for Israel's security than
he has been."
DECLARING THEV were
"net in complete agreement"
a! c.t "the test American or Is-
raeli stratcy over the coming
months," the professors said
the/ al! believed that another
interim agreement between Is-
rae' and Egypt was "a vital pre-
condition of further negotia-
tions, at Geneva or anywhere
else."
'Such tn agreement neces-
sarily entails f jrther concessions
from both Israelis and Egyp-
tians" as the only "quid pro
quo" for creation of an "organic
structure of peace" they said
was Kissinger's purpose.
They declared that success for j
Kissinger's current mission would |
make renewal of war in the Si-,
nai ")ess likely, protecting Is-,
rae! from a surprise attack" like ,
the Yom Kippur War.
theme of the National Council of
Jewish Women's 31st biennial
convention at the Fairmont Ho-
tel here March 9 to 13. at which
Zena Harman. Israeli stateswom-
" anand educator, will be thf key-
note speaker.
As part of NCJW's celebration
of International Women's Year,
Mrs. Harman will be honored
with the NCJW International
Woman of the Year Award at
the convention.
Mrs. Harman is a former Mem-
ber of Knesset and for many
years served as a member of Is-
rael's Permanent Mission to the
United Nations.
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One Way to Syria
NEW YORKPresident Hafez
al-Assad of Syria has indicated
he would permit former Syrian
Jews now living in America to
visit their relatives in Syria but
remains "fundamentally unre
sponsive" on the question of al-
lowing Syrian Jews to emigrate,
a Brookyn Congressman reported
this week.
Rep Stephen J. Solan, whe
spei.t two hours with the Syrian
President in February and then
visited the Jewish ghetto in
Damascus, told a meeting of th
American Jewish Congress Exec
utive Committee here that Syrian
Ji were "the most oppressed
Jewish community in the world"
and would "undoubtedly leave if
given the chance."
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Intellectuals for Stern
PARIS Two-hundred French
politicians, university professors,
and doctors have signed a peti
tion in behalf of Dr. Mikhail
Stern, the Soviet Jewish endo
crinologist who was sentenced to
eight years at hard labor after
requesting emigration to Israel.
Jean-Paul Sartre was one of the
signers.
tV J- -/y
Major Oil Search
JERUSALEMIsrael will in
vest large sums of money in an
all-out attempt to find oil at both
inland and off-shore drilling
sites, according to discussions be-
fore the Knesset's Economic
Committee.
The effort will al major reorganization of oil ex-
ploration and drilling operations,
possibly in conjunction with
foreign interests.
The committee is considering
the amelioration of Israel's over
all energy prob'ems. including
the development of nuclear
energy sources.
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Aid for Israel Reactor
WASHINGTON The joint
Congressional Committee on
Atomic Energv has unanimously
recommended to both the Senate
and House to extend for two
more years the U.S. nuclear re-
search program that involves Is
rael's reactor at Sirac. about 30
miles from Tel Aviv.
Both branches of Congress
were expectcc. to accent the
recommendation embraced by n
concurrent resolution offered by
the 18 member committee of
in operation since the reactor was
set uo during the Eisenhower Ad-
ministration.
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Kosher Salt Baef Zionist
LONDONBlooms, the fanwis
London kosher caterers, is among
the reported 1.400 companies on
the Arab boycott office's "black
list."
However, observers found it
difficult to understand how
Bloom's, famous for salt beef and
Vienna sausages, was included
among concerns allegedly "rein-
forcing the military and econom-
ic power of Israel."
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Anti-Semitism in Paris
PARIS Anti-Semitic posters
appeared on the walls of Pans
and the subrbs. showing a flag-
bearing Israeli being bodily
thrown out of France.
They were printed and hung
by a group known as "The
French Work." led by Pierre
Sidos.
Stars of David were also paint-
ed on walls in other parts of the
city.
Rabbi Charles Rubel
of Temple Beth To v
will conduct traditional
(kosher) Seder Services
in the Regency Ballroom
of The Diplomat Hotel,
Hollywood-by-the-Sea,
Wednesday, March 26th.
For reservations phone
the Catering Ottice.
From Miami 949-2442,
Hollywood 923-8111.
DIPLOMAT
The Israel Histadrut
Council of South Florida
PRESENTS
THE
ANNUAL HISTADRUT
THIRD SEDER
HOKORim
JACOB AND HARRIET RIFKIN
MONDAY, MARCH 31,1975
FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL
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Written and Directed fey Shmuel Fertthko
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TEMPLE
MENORAH
75th STREET AT DICKENS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
RABBI ABRAMOWITZ
ON TV
with Cantor Nico Feldman
Sunday, Mar. 16th, 9:30 A.M.
Channel 10, WPLG-TV
"Jewish Worship Hour"
USY Activities
March 16 Basketball
Game 1 P.M.
Menorah vs. Beth Ra-
phael at Norland High
School
March 19 Theater Party
Junior and Senior
Groups
Coconut Grove Play-
house
March 24 A Night in
'srael
Dancing and Refresh-
ments
Recreation Room
A Bit Of Moror Students Winners At Youth Fair
Elderly Jews
There are many elderly Jews
living in our community who are
hungry and helplestt. They live
in one room. Chronic illness and
inflation have used their life
aavings. They have only a mea-
ger Social Security income that
does little more than pay the
rent.
THEY NEED YOITR HELP
Make your check out to "Se-
nior Fund of Temple Menorah"
and mail it to 620 75th Street,
Miami Beach. Fla. 33141.
By Dr. Mayer Abramowitz
On Wednesday evening. March
26, Jews the world over will
gather with their families to cel-
ebrate the time-honored Pass-
over Seder. The traditional cus-
toms and rituals will recall the
redemption of the ancient Is-
raelites from Egyptian bondage.
The eating of the moror, the
bitter herbs, with matzoh will
recreate the bitterness of slav-
ery which our ancestors experi-
enced. It will do much more than
that. It will bring to mind the
suffering Jews have undergone
throughout their glorious his-
tory. Yet, despite the moror of
our history, Jews have created
an enviable record for Judaism
and all mankind.
Recalling the moror at the Se-
der makes the message of Pass-
over even more profound for we
have not totally eliminated the
moror of Jewish survival. There
remains much suffering and an-
guish for th<- many millions of
Jews who are still subjected to
the bitterness of hate.
When we taste the moror this
Passover, we must femember
the bitterness that has faced the
Jewish people. When we open
the door for Elijah, symbolizing
hope for the end of tyranny, let
each of us become the messen-
ger-of peace to promoting se-
curity for Israel and Jews all
over the world.
Our students are winners! Six
Day School students were award
winners at the recent Dade
County Youth Fair.
In the third grade, Patricia
Wigoda and Moti Fester won
recognition for their original
drawings. The fourth grade had
winners in four different cate-
gories: Corina Biton, oil paint-
ing; Lea Fester and Gil Bon-
witt, poetry; David Lombardy,
drawing; and a group project on
Indians were winning entries.
The excitement of participat-
ing and the encouragement of
winning has sparked new ideas
for next year's Dade County
Youth Fair. All entries from
Temple Menorah's youngsters
will be on exhibit at the school.
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL
THE WINNERS!
THE
CHALLENGE
OF
THE!

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Menorah
Lecture
Series
The Status of Religion in Israel" Monday, Mar. 24, 8 P.M.
Rabbi Philip Spectre, Congregation Netach Israel, Ashke-
lon, Israel.
'The Military Posture of Israel" Monday, Apr. 7, 8 P.M.
Martin Greenberg, Associate Professor of International
Law, Florida International University
"Retaining Sanity in a Troubled World" Monday, April 28,
8 P.M.
Dr. Allen Rutchik, Clinical Psychologist
TICKETS $5 per person RESERVE NOW: TeL 866-0221
Temple Menorah Community Seders
Fontainebleau Hotel
1st Seder, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26TH,
$23.50 per adult
2nd Seder, THURSDAY, MARCH 27TH,
$20.00 per adult
Children's Reservations, $16
MAKE RESERVATIONS TODAY!
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Menorah Faculty News
Temple Menorah's teachers
have been attending a variety of
seminars recently in an effort
to keep abreast of ail aspects of
modern education.
Last month, Bryna Berman of
the Day School and Miriam
Bonwitt and Norma Rabinowitz
of the Hebrew School partici-
pated in a seminar entitled "In-
dividualized Instruction." This
month Chava Preminger, Miri-
am Bonwitt and Peggy Kroll at-
tended a 3 art course on the
use of audio-visual aids.
All the teachers applauded
the opportunity to enrich their
teaching to niquea. Classroom
activities the Temple Me-
norah sc'v n ., reflect the knowl-
edge arn: a.ivity inspired by
these profe.a s.
PASSOVER
PREPARATIONS
Bedikat Chametz
Tuesday evening,
25th
March
Siyum B'Chorim
Wednesday morning.
March 26th in the
Chapel
Mechirat Chametz
11 a.m. throughout the
week
BAR MITZVAHS
ALAN ... Diss
Mar, 22
DAVID MAONUSSON
Mar. l.-ith
Children's Model Seder
Temple Menorah will hold its
annual model Passover Seder on
Tuesday, March 25, at 4 P.M.
Children will conduct all rituals
of the Seder, just as they have
been taught during the last
three weeks at the Hebrew
School.
An additional feature of this
year's model Seder will be the
involvement of parents with
their children in the traditions
of the Passover Seder. Parents
will participate in the chanting
and observances together with
the children throughout the cer-
emony.
The Temple Menorah PTA.
under tiie leadership of Presi-
dent Nancy (Mrs. Norman)
Liebman, will serve Passover re-
freshments to the children of
the Temple Menorah Hebrew
School.
A model Seder for Day School
-ii dents will begin at 10 a.m.
TORAH COUPLES (LIB
Ml IT JEANS JAMBOREE"
Sat. March 22nd8:30 p.m.
at arl and Miin Rosenberg's
Cook Out Live Music Bar
Entertainment
$20 per couple
Reservations to Edie Greenwald,
865-2732
Btrl :iy Casual! For Fun Only!
Terete Menorah Religious Services
Fricl. Mar. 14, 8:15 P.M.
IL AND BLOOD DO NOT MIX"
Satun- ling, Mar. 15, 9 A.M.
) .': David Magnusson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
sson
Frid; -,ar. 21, 8:15 P.M.
HE STANDARDS OF FAITH"
Saturdi ', Mar. 22, 9 A.M.
Alan Goudiss, son of Mr. Morton Goudiss and
i ye Goudiss
PASSOVER SCHEDULE
Wed: 26, and Thursday, Mar. _7 at 7 P.M.
Thur i 27, and Friday, Mar. 28, a ( A.M.
FREEDOM FROM LUX" "
HE LOST AFFIKOMEN"
There will ii>' no late Friday evening servh es March 28th
TEMPLE -MENORAH
620 75th St., Miami Beach, Fla. 33141
Tel. 8660221
Affiliated with United Syna ic of America
DR. MAYER ABRAMOWITZ ...... ..................... Rabbi
NICO FELDMAN ..................................................... Cantor
MIRA FRAENKEL ............................ Educational Director
IRVING SHALOM....................... Chapel Director
ROBERT L. SIEGEL ........................ ( hairman of the Board
CARL ROSENBERG ................. .......... President
MRS. ROSE BANNER............. Sisterhood President
MRS. NORMAN C. LIEBMAN PTA President
PAUL KASDEN ................................ Couples Club President
NESTER GORFINKEL ........... USY president
Itl
ri' '
The Temple
Family
MAZEL TOV to the Bar Mitzvah
families: David Magnusson. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Magnusson: m*
Alan Goudiss. son of Mr. Morton
Goudiss and Mrs. Kaye Goudiss.
REFUAH SHI.EYMAH to Arnold
Fein. Fannie Slegel. Perla Oberlen.
der. Leba Green, and Nat Vlock,
CONGRATULATIONS to Mri.
Ethel Slmensky on the marriage of
her granddaughter. Neva Horowitz.
Also congratulations to her on the
birth of her great grandson. Philin
Bakst.
WE ALSO CONGRATULATE Mr.
and Mrs. Harvey Rosenblatt on the
birth of their new son. and Mrs.
Hae Shevinskv on the birth of a
sreat grandchild.
CONDOLENCES to Mrs. Eugene
Fenyves on the death of her Bister:
to Mrs Svdner Horowitz on her hus-
band's death: and to Mrs. Hannah
Si hwarti on her husband's death.
WELCOME TO THE TOURISTS
WHO HAVE JOINED TEMPLE
MENORAH: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Strauss. Neponset; and Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan A Hendln. Kingston.
We gratefully acknowledge
the following contributions
FLORAL FUND
In memory of beloved family
members
Mr. Isidor Goldmark for his moth-
er. Mrs Ida Staloff for her father.
Mr. Irving Gabv for his father. Mrs.
Lorraine Glttelman for her father.
Airs. Koslvn Zerlin for her husband.
Mr. Abraham Huppert for his moth-
er. Mrs. Esther Lee for her mother.
Mri Claire Pesatv for her husband.
Mrs. Dorothy Bloom for her moth-
er Mrs. Tillie Herdick for her hus-
band. Mrs. Nathan lilnsliurc for her
mother. Mrs. Gussie Lasko for her
husband. Mrs. Goldie Canter for her
husband. Mr. Nathan Sosensky for
his father.
Mr, Joseph Shahar for his father.
Mr. Joseph Spring for his sister.
Mrs Max Schwartz for her mother.
Mrs. Oscar Minski for her father.
Mr. Frank (ilndsteln for his father.
Mr, Saul Zisklnd for his mother.
Mr. and Mrs David Lev* in memery
of Mr. Saul Silverman's sister. Mol-
lle. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Morse in
memory of their uncle Ben New-
m.uk. Mr. Rav Morse in memory of
his sister Tillie Le Greca. Mr. Har-
ry Bachrack In memory of his par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs, Sigmund Bach-
rack.
Mr. Nathan Vlock for his mother,
Mrs. Joseph Schmukler for her fa-
ther. Mr. Abe Mlndes for his broth-
er. Mr. Max Kuhel for his parents.
Mr. Carl Eisenstat for his mother.
Mr, Henry Weinsteln for his mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Neustadt in
memory of Sarah Neustadt and Da-
vid Levensnn. Mrs. Max Garazl for
her tether, Mrs. Rhoda Rock for
her husband. Mrs. Jennie Jnwitz
for her parents. Mr. Bernard Shu-
miner for his father. Mr. Robert
Kaplan for his father. Mrs. Sidney
Tragash for her mother. Mrs. Henry
Edelman for her father.
In honor of their anniversaries
Mr. and Mrs. Mortis Cress. Mr.
and -Mrs Morris Zacartas, Mr. and
Mrs Harry Liebman, Mr. and Mrs.
David Friecllaml. Mr and Mr-. Ml r-
ris l.insen. Mr, and Mrs l
Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs Gaston Mava,
Mr. and Mrs. George Kraul In hon-
or of their Both anniversary,
and to the following:
Mr, P M. Pollack :n honor of Mr.
d Mrs 0......re Kraut's Both annl-
vei ary. Mrs. Sydney Qreenbers, for
a donation.
PRAYER BOOK FIND
Mrs. Blanche Marshall In memory
'i in r grandmothi r, Pannj .-
.Mrs Bather Max In memory ol Bam
Feldman. Mi a. Reva Flnl tell l
' of her son, Dr, Jules Fin-
kelsti in.
CHAPEL MEMORIAL FUND
Mr. Isaac Gottlieb in memory of
itep-mnther, Mr Hai rj B Koi -
in.in In n mory of his father. Mr.
Monis w.iiiim.ip in memoro
wife. Mr. Rae Brandwen in memory
of her husband, Mrs. Tillie Berdlck
in memon of her husband Mrs.
Esther Stelnbach in memory of her
husband, Mr. Moe Thau in memory
of his wife, Mrs Digs Levon Cas-
per in memory ol her lather.
.Mrs Jennie Jawlti in memory of
her family, Mr William llrm Iman
in memory of his mother, Mr. an Mrs. a Nlerenberg In memory of
their Barents, Mr. Joe Similar in
memory of his father, Mr. J. M.
I-andc ami Miss Caollle I^ande in .
memory of their father.
Mrs. Frances Seld in memory of
her father-in-law. Mrs. Aranka Fe-
nvves in memory of her sister.
Mr. Edward Underman in memory
of his father, Mrs, Bars Sztvierman
In memory of her father. Mr. Joseph
Bassoon.
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Sisterhood Meeting
SI3TPRUOOD MEETING
Wedne<.dr.v March 19th, 1
P.M.
Nata'io Gn cnfield. Director,
Welghl Watchers, Inc.
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MINDUN
'Pawns' are Lifeblood of Israel's Defense
Stunned from l':ii;.- I-A
Lite to the process, as he did
the Vietnamese in Paris,
jbmittinK Israel to pieee-
lii amputation until there is
g left for the trunk to do
I, why surely neither Sa-
Ja nor Assad can reasonably
uagree. It makes their ulti-
; purpose that much easier
to achieve.
HE THING that beats me
role that the Jewish in-
ctuals are beginning to play
I of this like the quartet
arvard who piped up the
r week in anguish that Kis-
singer isn't appreciated as much
e ought to be.
have in mind David I.andes,
>nal chairman of the Amer-
ican Professors lor Peace in the
East; Martin Peretz.
IrmanlOf the editorial board
the N*y Republic; Henry Ro-
iky, (^lairman of the Corn-
Eta on Inn inational Affairs
' the American Jewish Con-
gress; and Michael Wal/er, mem-
ber of tie board of the Insti-
tute Of Jewish Policy. Planning
and Research of the Synagogue
Council Of America.
Even the intellectuals' ;>n>fei-
sional darling, Max Lerner, has
joined the band, bemoaning crit-
icism of the secretary of state
as unseemly.
THE THING about the intel-
lectuals is that they took such a
terrible roasting from the con-
servatives during our involve-
ment in Southeast Asia.
The conservatives branded
their intellectualism as a lie on
the basis of inconsistency: they
were doves on Vietnam, but
hawks on the Israel-Arab issue.
To make matters worse for
the intellectuals, no less a speci-
men of the species than Noam
Chomsky, the brilliant linguist,
and also a Jew, joined the con-
servative outcry by pointing the
way toward Jewish intellectual
consistency: how to be a dove
on Vietnam AND Israel in one
easy lesson.
FOR THE intellectual, ideas
are far more important than
people. Tell an intellectual that
his ideas don't hold watei, and
you've just about invited him to
self-destruct. Well, the intellec-
tuals don't want to run that
gauntlet again.
The Harvard quartet are
merely symbolic of large num-
bers of such Jews who these
days applaud the Kissinger dis-
memberment campaign with the
same sort of enthusiasm that
they found so repugnant in their
hippie revolutionary sons and
daughters 'nlv five years ago.
In the name of humanity, they
demand huge pieces of Israel for
the barely faintest promise of
peace in the Middle East.
NOR DOES it bother them
that, from the start. Egypt's
Sadat rejected out-of-hand a
statement of non-belligerency.
With Kissinger's batting aver-
age in Paris, there is simply no
need even for the traditional
Arab lie.
Why make statements of non-
belligerency when you can get
what you want for starters and
then take the rest after he's
gone home with, say, another
Nobel Prize?
The latest deception involves
Gidi, Mitla and Abu Rodeis.
These are the pieces of territory
Israel is meant to give back to
Egypt for what?
SO THAT Egypt can then re-
open the Suez Canal and not
permit Israeli ships or shipping
through it. And so that the
southern Sinai can then become
Cohen: Rejection Mystifies Him
CoatlautHl from Page 4-A
ticipating in Federation's spechl
project to reach key people with
vital information, know the im
Irtance to Israel of Christian
nds.
spite the caveat concerning
recognition of Reform and Con-
servative Jews as authentic
partners in Judaism, the fact that
the Orthodox Union has rejoined
the Synagogue Council because,
according to the New York
Times, it "simply wanted to co-
Howe, Greenberg Share The
innual Jewish Heritage Award
Samuel -Pascoe. a National
B'nai B'rith Adult Jewish Edu-
cation Commissioner, was invit-
ed to attend a meeting of Na-
tional Commissioners of B'nai
B'rith, at the VValdort Astoria
in New York City reo ntly.
Among the subjects discussed
were the Great Books Series, a
best selling five-volume B'nai
B'rith series, and "Is There a
.. Future for Yiddish'.'"
Participating in the discus-
TKtion were professors "f Yiddish
and English, authors and editors
dealing with Yiddish language
and Yiddish culture.
"The group f-'lt that at) un-
derstandable i i <
sible if the translator l- neither
a skeptic nor a wit but a i
liever; that a ;oo.i translation is
a gift to the bos! culture, !>>>t
the work its'-ll does not span
the two cultures; that there is
concern over the future of Yid-
dish when it is no longer sixiken
in the Jewish home; that it can
never be faithful in translation,"
,VMr. Pascoe reported.
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spite of the terrible perplexities
of the Yiddish translators'
craft."
The annual Jewish Heritage
Award of B'nai B'rith went to
Professor Irving Howe, literary
critic and professor of English
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and Eliezer Greenberg. the poet,
who shared the $1,000 for his
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operate with all segments of the
Jewish community on issues of
common concern," is a positive
action which must be greeted as
such by the objects of Orthodox
scorn and not with recrimination.
SURELY THERE will be
there are many Orthodox lead-
ers who share Rabbi Jakobovits'
feeling that too often what has
been stressed is "ritual to the
exclusion of ethics, partisan in-
terests instead of common
ideals," and that Jews need a
return to their prophetic ideals,
not only to teach Torah as rele-
vant to modern times but to be
spokesmen in their historic role
as spiritual guides.
Britain's Chief Rabbi challeng-
es not only Orthodox Jews but
all of us when he i'-serts that:
"Unless Jews are seen to have
this moral dimension fto make a
unique contribution to the en-
richment of civilization), this pas-
sion for righteousness and so-
cial justice." then the countries
now facing "enormous ecovimic
problems and massive political:
pressures" would wonder wheth
er the sacrifices demanded were
worth while to assert Israel's
right to exist.
IT MAY seem like an unfair,
burden, but unless we recognize
this as the eternal Jewish condi-
tion it becomes a burden we no I
longer can bear.
And that, I believe, would be i
a-- tragic for the world as for the
Jews.
a vast staging area for new
Egyptian military adventures
fronted by the PLO.
So excited is everyone about
l>eace that one new Middle East
exf>ert the other day called Gidi,
Mitla and Abu Rodeis "pawns"
Israel should be gladly willing
to trade for that prospect.
After all, of what importance
are the oil fields at Abu Rodeis,
particularly when the Shah of
Iran has personally promised to
sell oil to Israel "no matter
what," meaning even if there is
another Israel-Arab war, a self-
contradictory promise that is al-
so beside the point because Iran
has been a supplier of oil to
Israel for years.
AS FOR Gidi and Mitla, who
could care less about two sand-
blasted passes in the desert?
or so the argument goes.
In fact, that is another mean-
ingless arguuient. The truth is
that whoever controls Gidi and
Mitla, controls the whole Sinai
Peninsula.
If Israel pulls back, gives up
these "pawns," there will be
nothing but a flat desert plain
between the passes and the pre-
1967 Israel-Egypt border.
GIDI AND Mitla are the two
strategically vital east-west axes
in the central Sinai. Because
Egypt is so contemptuous of the
Kissinger step-by-step diplom-
acy, which is to say that Sadat
welcomes it so long as it gives
him what he wants, Israel must
think in the following terms:
The Sinai can be divided
roughly into thirds. The first
third is predicated upon the
coastal road between El Arish
and Qantara, which is relatively
easy to defend, containing as it
does deep sand dunes.
The second third consists of
the area south of the coastal
road, Pithat Refidim. the kind of
desert area in which the major
tank battles of the 1973 war
were held, and which Israel
could not easily defend, except
on the northernmost perimeter
of the first third, the El ArLsh-
Qantara road.
S0COS8FUL defense of the
second third dependes upon con-
trol of Gidi and Mitla. If they
are handed back to Egypt, the
Egyptians could easily send par-
allel columns of forces through
the passes and assailt Israeli
defenders who would quickly find
themselves backed up against
El Arish-Qantara and the sea.
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the area south of Gidi and Mitla,
where the desert is little more
than complex mountain terrain
and impossible for strategic bat-
tle.
But with the passes in Egyp-
tian bands, this southernmost
desert would be a iierfect stag-
ing area for attacks through the
passes. In Israeli hands, it is
militarily neutralized.
FINALLY, AS Gen. Yesha-
yahti Gavish has repeatedly
warned, should Israel give up
Gidi and Mitla. her new defense
lines would be some 220 miles
long.
With Gidi and Mitla in her
hands, Israel's defense lines ara
only 95 miles long.
In the end, those who like Dr.
Kissinger are anxious for [>eaee
at no matter what price Israel
will have to pay for it, really
flon't know what they are talk-
ing about when they call Gidi
and Mitla "pawns."
IX THG end, no matter what
the price Israel pays, there will
be no peace in the Middle East
so long as the United States
takes a supine position and forc-
es Israel to negotiate on her
knees.
What the Kissinger diplomacy
is accomplishing at this very
moment is to lay the ground-
work for future, infinitely more
complicated wars.
No matter what the intellec-
tuals or anybody else says about
it, all one has to do is to look at
Vietnam and Cambodia. They,
too, lie in the shadow of Kis-
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Katzir Confers With
Jewish Floridian Ford In capital
Miami, Florida Friday, March 14, 1975
Section B
Israeli Workers Face Layoffs
TEL AVIV(JTA) Israeli
workers are facing layoffs in two
widely separated regionsHaifa
and the Negev.
The Timna Copper Mines, near
Eilat, announced that it planned
to furlough about 200 workers
because of the precipitous drop
in world copper prices last year
from I'L 1270 to IL 51 per ton.
The Haifa Port Authority said
it would dismiss about 50 sea-
sonal workers and possibly an
unspecified number of perma-
nent workers as well.
IN BOTH instances, the im-
pending layoffs are not linked to
the controversial sales and pay-
roll taxes imposed by the govern-
ment last week which many busi-
nessmen fear may lead to wide-
spread unemployment.
The Timna mines cited high
production costs which, combined
with the drop in the copper mar-
ket have saddled the company
decrease production by 20 per
cent, cut back on geological sur-
veys and lease some of its heavy
equipment for outside work.
The layoffs at the Timna mines
will have an impact on the Eilat
area. The Eilat Labor Council has
asked the government to investi-
gate new job opportunities for
Eilat workers.
THE HAIFA Labor Council's
secretary, Eliezer Molk, warned
the Port Authority last night to
delay its layoffs until after the
Passover holiday to give the
workers time to find other jobs.
Dismissals are also expected in
several textile plants due to the
financial crisis affecting Israel's
textile industry.
Histadrut is expected to try to
forestall any dismissals prior to
Passover.
WASHINGTON(JTA)Israeli President Ephraim
Katzir met with President Ford at the White House in
an "informal visit" as part of his first trip to the United
States as Israel's head of state.
Katzir thanked the President and the American
people for the assistance Israel receives from the U.S.
which he said allows Israel to look forward to peace.
FORD RESPONDED that current U.S. policy and
his own policy when he was a Congressman are the
same. He pledged that the aid is aimed at helping make
a strong Israel since the Jewish State is not only a
friendly country but also an ally.
The two leaders also discussed the next stage in the
search for Mideast peace and reviewed Secretary of
State Henry A. Kissinger's recent and current trip to
the area.
__________________________ 40 Tombstones Hit
Labor Management ^SSS In Paris Suburb
At Impasse Over
New Sales Taxes
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) La-
bor and management ex-
pressed severe misgivings
over the new sales and pay-
roll taxes imposed by the
government yesterday but
both sectors decided today
to withhold overt opposition
until they could clarify the
situation with Finance Min-
ister Yehoshua Rabinowitz.
The Histadrut Executivo
held a five-hour emergency
meeting here this morning at
which hardly a word was
spoken in favor of the gov-
ernment's economic mea-
sures, their timing and the
way they were imposed. But
the Executive agreed not to
take any action pending a
a meeting with Rabinowitz.
A SIMILAR decision was taken
at a lengthy meeting of the Em-
ployers Association of which the
Israel Manufacturers Association
is the main constituent.
The Manufacturers Association,
Histadrut and the government
tare partners in the Wage and
J>rice Policy Institute which meets
regularly to seek consensus on
labor management issues.
Leaders of the Manufacturers
Association decried the new 7.5
percent payroll tax as clearly
harmful, illogical and almost cer-
tain to increase unemployment.
Some participants at the meet-
ing suggested that the Associa-
tion divor e itself from any
bodies on which the government
is represented to pt-otest the new
tax. Others proposed th^t fac-
tories hardest hit by the levy be
shut down.
But it was finally h......ed to
avail a meeting with B
in whom, as one industrialist put
it. "we had high hooea to change
the economic svstem and meth i la
of action that have prevailed
hitherto."
THE EMPLOYERS noted I
payroll taxes, while not unc i-
mon in some countries. ar nor-
mally applied to non-productive
or service sectors of the economy
in order to encourage the produc-
tive or manufacturing sectors. In
Israel, however, they said, the
government, which is one of the
largest employers, has exempted
itself from the tax and has placed
the burden squarelv on the na-
tion's productive capacity.
That, apparently, will be one of
the arguments the employers in-
tend to use to persuade Rabino
witz to reconsider the payro'l
tax. If they are unsuccessful, the
employers say they will consider
more concrete action.
Meanwhile, prices on the Tel
Aviv Stock Exchange fell sharply
yesterday in response to the new
sales and payroll taxes announced
by the government. The Exchange
and all banks were closed today
because of Purim.
CONSUMER reaction was
mixed. New car show-rooms were
deserted and no car sales were
made yesterday. There was a rush
on electrical appliances, however,
as dealers said they would retain
the old prices as long as present
stocks last despite the new 7.5
per cent sales tax.
Meanwhile, housing contractors
said the new tax package would
increase the price of flats by
about 10 per cent, leading to a
further slowdown of the already
sluggish private housing market.
The annual "Progressive Din-
ner' of Lorber Chapter of the
Children's Asthma Research In-
stitute and Hospital at Denver
will be held on Saturday ni^ht,
March 22, at the homes of three
members.
Cocktails will begin at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Cy Block
at 7:30 p.m.; dinner will he at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hers-
chel Levy., Dessert will follow at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin
Chubin.
Mrs. Arthur Newman is chair-
man of this year's affair with
Mrs. Ernest Harris as chairman.
All benefit form ^his dinner
will go to CARIH, the largest
asthma center is the world.
Point East CJA-IEF Rally
Featuring Gen. Rosolio
Point East was to hold its 1975
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund rally Thursday
at 7:30 p.m. in the Point East
Auditorium Chairman Arthur V.
Miller announces, with Brig. Gen.
Shaul Rosolio, Inspector General
of the Israel State Police, as spe-
cial guest speaker.
Cochairman for the event is
Benjamin T. Abrams and honor-
ary chairman is Ernest Samuels.
PARIS(JTA)Forty tombstones were overturned in the
Jewish cemetery of Fontainebleau, south of Paris. The discovery
was made Sunday.
The cemetery, founded at the time of the French Second
Empire, has about 120 graves and is still the only cemetery of
the Fontainebleau community.
THE ATTACK on the cemetery is the first act of anti-Semit-
ism in the Fontainebleau area, the community leader, Judge Louis
Guthmann, told the JTA, but he stressed, "This act carries the
traces of a great hatred."
A letter has been written by the Representative Council of
Jews of France (CRIF) to Interior Minister Michel Poniatowski,
informing him of the incident.
The Mayor of Fontainbleau offered the assistance of the
town to put the cemetery back in order.
Former Miss Israel To Speak
For CJA-IEF In Miami Beach
Westview Women Respond To
Appeal Of Elaine S. Wiiiik
More than 150 women club
members gathered at Westview
Country Club for the annual
luncheon on behalf of the Great t
Miami Jewish Federation Worn
en's Division recently. Their re<
sponse to the needs of th? 1375
Combined Jewish Anneal Israel
Emergency Fund was unprece-
dented.
Mrs. Sol Goldstein. 1975 Wom-
en s Division Camnai in chairman,
addressed the group
joined by .>." ...: guest P
ie SirH Win'* nev......
,'.. v-.tjmrd Wo] ten's Dh
of United Jewi ih Appeal.
Mrs. Wlnik h'd the ........
spellbound with her brief account
of the perils faced by world Ji ''
rv today. I ed bv Chairman Mrs,
Edward Galler and Mr- 3
Stein, the women responded
quickly and heroically to the ap-
The important event was a so-
cial as well as philanthropic
milestone. Mrs. Stein and Mrs,
Weinkle wi re honored for
: many years i I service to
the Jewish commu
The brunch planned by co-
nen Mrs Morton Click and
" i; ibert Russell, was a mem-
-able event for manv of the
inent Jewish women
i lie communitv.
T pr igram was I Howe 1 by
i at brl Ige tourna-
": >viding -.' nnjoyab'e
1 ii 'I xnerienro for
th worn sn, wh we response to
th needs of Jewish survival In
1978 was an tion.
One of Israel's internationally-
known personalities, Rina Kishon,
will visit Miami Beach next week.
She will appear on behalf of the
1975 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund.
Miss Kishon is a former Miss
Israel, as well as a professional
draftsman with a degree frori
Haifa Techtiion.
With the help of American
Jewish support, she was able t<
emigrate to Israel from Ruman'i
with her family. She later served
in the Israeli Army, and is no\i
married to an eighth generate I
Sabra. Her husband is an engi-
neer. alo educated at Technion.
Miss Kishon will aooear Wed.
nesday at the Miami Reach homi
of Mrs. Abel Holtz, who Is host'
in? a parlor meeting on behalf ol
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed
eration Women's Division.
Thursday, March 20, Miss Kish-
on will be the special guest at a
Miami Beach parlor meeting
hosted bv Mr. and Mr*. Robert
Russell Mr. Russell is an Advisor
to the 1975 CJA-IFF Chairman.
Miss Kishon will also address
a special gathering of Federation
Pacesetters during her visit.
ETNA KISITOr*
JWVs Officers Being Installed
Because Harold C. Uhr. Com-
mander of the Department of
Florida. Jewish War Veterans of
the United States, was out of the
country, Senior .Vice Commander
Howard Melinson served as in-
stalling officer at Col. David Mar-
cus Post No. 746, March 5, and
at the March 8 meeting of the
Hialeah-Miami Springs Post No.
681.
Commander Uhr returned in
time to install the officers at
Robert K. Franzblau Post No. 177
March 11; he will also officiate
at Point East No. 698 Monday
and Abe Horowitz Post No. 632
at the City Hall in North Miami
Beach, March 20.
Many more installations will
be held during the month of
April and Commander C. Uhr
and his staff hope to be present
on all occasions.
David Hecht, center, co-owner and general manager of
Flagler Dog Track stands with Golden Gloves heavy-
weight champion Charles Coronet, (right) and runner-
up Mathew Dixon of Tallahassee after presenting them
with their respective trophies. Hecht, an amateur boxing
fan, attended all four nights of the 1975 Florida Golden
Gloves Regional Boxing Tournament of Champions held
in Flagler's spacious Greyhound Racing Theater.


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Friday, March 14,
L Jewish Legion A eteraiis
Plan Reunion in Israel
Palestine Jewish Legion veter-
ans, their relatives and friends
have received a call to |oia the
nnuai pilgnnwnase and reunion
to be held in A.i^haii. Israel in
Mm
Every 9MT, this group gathers
at the Soldiers Museum I Bet llag
dudim< located n-ar Netanya to
relat* their ex per J re-
trace their steps during the days
of World War I
PMMmm THE Balfour
Declaration. 58 years ago. world
Jewry was electrified by the
event? of that day new
impetus to the Zknbt dm
an>' .'J<-a!. '
For the first time in 1.900
rcan since the days of Bar
Kochba. a call was issued to form
a .Jewish military unit. This Wl
named the Pale-tine Id
Legion, serving with Gen AM -n-
by to drive the Turks from the
Holy I-and.
More than 5.000 men from the
United State* and Canada an-
swered the tfH ''
ed chapters of the Red M.e-.
David to aidie families of these
soldiers.
TODAY ONLY 200 to 300
erans are still alive. They, to-
gether with relatives and &a
keep alive the story of the cour-
age and valor of tho>* days
The annual reunion m I
attracts many veterans and Jew-
ish leaders from all over the
' The;'- Mi vetfran; and
relatives who remained in Pales-
UM wnen tiie Je*.sh Legion was
demobilized in 1919.
In South Florida, there are
many former veterans of the
Palestine Jewish Legion An ac-
tive chapter of the Veterans Jj
dean Battalions meets periodical
ly.
The two officers of the organi-
zation are Col. R J. Lewis. 131
NE 160th St.. Miami Beach, and
Louis Silverier. 4400 NE 17th
Ter Pakland Pk.. Fort Lauder-
dale
JHHA Auxiliary
Luncheon Tuesday
Greater Miami Women's Aux-
iliary. Jewish Home and H
for the Aged Douglas drill
will hold :ts regular monthly
luncheon meeting at the Delano
Hotel aie-day noon. The presi-
( the AuxMarv. Shari Mh
Lawrence I Silvennan will preside
at iho meeting.
A special musical program has
been arranged by Mrs. Louis
llakonkjr, featuring the im
tional musician ind violinist. L m
Bond, with Olga Bibor Stern at
the p.ano.
Reservations must be made ;n
advance by calling Anne Tanen
baum or Henny Jaffee.
Davicloffs To Be Honored March 19
Mr and Mrs. Samuel Davidoff
of North Miami Beach will bo
honored Wednesday during a spe-
cial meeting of the Aviva Chao
ter of Pioneer Women. The noon
meeting at the Washington r
eral Auditorium. 633 NE 167th
St. is free and open to the public.
Refreshments will be served.
The Davidoffs longtime win-
porters of the State of Israel will
Robert Newman Reelected
Robert H. Newman, a Flor-li
attorney, has been reelected as
an officer of the National Board
of Trustees of the Leukemia So-
<> be feted on th'-ir 50th wedding
anniversary, according to Rav
'Mr, Morn.-) Sandelburn. presi-
dent of Aviva Chapter
Etta (Mrs Albert) Seiden. pro-
gram chairman, will present a
program outlining the work in
Israel and the United States of
the Pioneer Women, the Women's
Labor Zionist Organization of
America. _____________________
man. a partner in the firm. Pred
and Newman of Miami, will con-
tinue for a second term as ad-
jutant secretary of the voluntary
health organization's governing
Woup.
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The unleavened bread
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The egg and bitter
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Dr. Greenberg Fartrm Guest
Dr Martin Greenberg. director
of the program ;n International
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speaker at a Temple Zion Adult
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His tooic. "Current Israeli In
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the conflicts and difficulties fac-
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arising from and affecting the
Midj.e East situation.
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3 eggs
1 cup sugar
! 2 cup Planters Peanut Oil
3 tablespoons water
1 tup chopped semi-sweet chocolatt
Vi cup chopped pecans
2 teaspoons grated orange peel
'. i teaspoon salt
2 cups matzoh meal
Matzoh meal
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Friday, March 14, 1975
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CBS Newsman Robert Evans Gordon Appointed
c l iat 1 cm To Democratic
Speaking At lemple Sinai Advisory Council
the CBS News bureau in Moscow,
Berlin and Israel during the tur-
bulent lOWs, will be the special
Sliest speaker at a Temple Sinai
I dinner Sunday evening.
The occasion is a tribute to
I Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Schwartz.
Mr. Schwartz is president of the
temple and North Dade Chair-
man of the 1975 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund. Mrs. Schwartz is North
Dade Campaign Coordinator for
the Greater Miami Jewish Ferl-
leration Women's Division.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Podhurst
I of North Miami are heading plans
for the event, which is scheduled
for 7:30 p.m. at the temple, 18801
INE 22nd Ave., North Miami
[ Beach. Immediately preceding the
dinner will be a 6:30 p.m. cock-
tail reqeption.
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley, spirit-
ual leader of Temple Sinai and
president of the Rabbinical As-
sociation of Greater Miami, will
pay tribute to Mr. and Mrs.
Schwartz, as will the guest speak-
jer, who is appearine on behalf
[of the 1975 CJA-IEF.
Evans was CBS Bureau chief
Moscow, as well as special as-
listant to the late Edward R.
[Murrow during Murrow's direc-
torship of the U.S. Information
Agency. As a reporter he covered
[ several of the most important
newsmaking events of the 1960's.
[ including the Soviet invasion of
Czechoslovakia, the Kosygin-John-
son summit at Glassboro, N.J.,
and the Nasser-Hussein visit to
Moscow.
He had previously covered the
ROBERT M. EVANS
sealing of the Berlin Wall in
1961, and numerous major civil
rights developments throughout
the Southern U.S. His travels have
kept him especially familiar with
the Israeli-Arab situation in the
Middle East for nearly 20 years.
Reservations are now being ac-
cepted for the dinner, through
Temple or Mr. Kalman at Fed-
eration.
State Sen. Jack Gordon has
been appointed to the 73 mem-
ber Democratic Advisory Coun-
cil of Elected Officials,
Sen. Gordon's appointment to
the Council was announced in
Washington by National Dem-
ocratic Chairman Robert Strauss
and Advisory Council Chairman
Arthur B. Krim.
The Council is made up of
elected officials from all level?
of government. Gordon joins Gov.
Reubin Askew and U.S. Ren. Wil
liam Lehman as the only Council
members from the State of Flor-
ida. The Council met thh week
in Washington to consider task
force proposals for national
energy policy.
A member of the Florida
Senate since 1972, Gordon is
chairman of the Senate Commit-
tee on Health and Rehabilitative
Services, which is presently com-
pleting a broad scale reorganiza-
tion i department of Florida govern-
ment with 35,000 employees and
an annual budget in excess of
$850 million.
Gordon is also vice chairman
of the Senate Education Commit-
tee and a Ways and Means sub-
committee chairman.
Detective Guest Speaker
Lt. Lee Schwartz, Chief of
Detectives of the South Miami
Police Department, will be the
guest speaker during the 8:15
p.m. Sabbath Eve Services at
Temple Israel South, 9025 Sun-
set Dr. (Cross of Glory Chu.ch.'
He will discuss "Crime In Tha
CityYour Involvementyou can
do something Apathy is Your
Responsibility."
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Fresh, creamy Philadelphia
Brand Cream Cheese topping a
Passover matzoh can't be beat! A
silver-wrapped package of Philly
belongs next to every stack of
matzohs you serve.
Better still, why not make some
delicious appetizers with tan'jy
dips spread on bite-sized pi"ces
of matzoh?
Here are three tasty combina-
tions to try!
PICKLED HERRING AVT
CREAM CHEESE SPRE \r>
Drain one 8-ounce jar pi kled
herring or herring in wine
Bone pickled herring. Choj the
herring plus the onions fr
jar. Blend with one 8-ouncr
age Philadelphia Brand i
Cheese. Chill. Spread on
of mat7oh and serve.
CRCNCHY SPREAP
Blend 4 ounces of s
^Philadelphia Brand Cream
fith V* cup blanched, el '
|lmonds and 1 tablespoo-
ed green pepper. Spread
zed pieces of matzoh.
GARLICCHEESE SPREAD
Combine 8 ounces Phi In lei
Brand Cream Cheese wit!
Who.esale Distrlftwtorf of
mayonnaise and V* teaspoon gar-
lic powder. Chill. Spread on
pieces of matzoh; garnish as you
wish.
Good-tasting Philadelphia Brand
Cream Cheese is Strictly Kosher
for Passover, of course. And full
of ta'am all year 'round!
Mt. Sinai Auxiliary Holds
Second Recruitment Brunch
New and prospective members
were shown a slide presentation
of the latest medical and scien-
tific developments for patient
care at the Mount Sinai Medical
Center Auxiliary's second mem-
ber recruitment brunch this week
in the Founders Dining Room, ac-
cording to Mrs. Gina Ratner, vice
president.
Membership chairmen Bernard
Friedman. Barbara Fishkin, Jodi
Multack and Barbara Wolk wel-
comed new Auxilians to Mount
Sinai Medical Center.
Remember
Passover!
Remember
Millers!
March 27th marks the
beginning of Passover...
and you should stock up
now on Miller's mouth-
watering Kosher for-
Passover cheese.
In addition to the popular
favorites, you can now
also enjoy Hickory Smoked
Slices and delicious Baby
Port Salut. All under (U)
supervision. Available at
your favorite supermarket
or dairy store.
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MillER'S
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Mayvin
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Seder?
Don't
forget
to invite
Maxim.
Be prepared for Passover with Maxim*the frce/c-dried coffee with
the fresh perked taste. By the cup or the potful Maxim's sure to
please even the most particular coffee mayvin. Because Maxim1" starts
with fresh perked coffee. Then it's freczc-dried into big chunks that
come alive with fantastic flavor in an instant! This year, serve your
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Mrs. Irving Lehrman To Be
Luncheon*- Guest of Honor
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Leonl Kirnball kerving as eborc
cypher.
Program rhairman ii Mrs. Max
Irirmman, with Mn Irving Cypen.
Patron* chairman and Mr*. Rob-
ert frank, chairman of the dec-
oration* committee. Mr. Letter
Mitheon i* hontesi chairman and
tin. Bernard Kaplan is advisor.
Mr Fried land'* committee for
. ala luncheon, which marks
the 35th anniversary of the
Condo Owners Discussing
Security Pro Jiems March 24
1 .< Uaeola Bey Neighbor-
Ion niua Ownen Oi
cation will meet Monday
h 24. at 7:30 pja. at The
Savingi Btnk, 1200
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Jack Webb The program
. e a film on "What to do
re the Burglar Comet," nar-
rated by officer Gerald PeSalvo,
who will aleo anewer auettioni
from.the audience. Leon Segal.
president, will preside.
Role Of Women 'n Judaism
Subject Of Pulpit Dialogue
Th'- role of women in modern
Judaism will be the subject of a
pulpit dialogue involving Man
Duneta one of the nation's lead
ing feminist*, and Rabbi Barrv
Tabacbnlkoff, during Sabbath
Bee lervlCM Friday at 8 p.m. in
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
Me. Duneta, one of the orfa
niaeri Of the National Organiza-
(ion of Women (NOW and the
Women's Political Caucus, will
join with Rabbi Tabarhnikof in ;
exploring religious institutii^ial ;
lag in involving women in a
meaningful participation.

Home's Auxiliary Meeting
The Women's Auxiliary of the
Miami B-ach Hebrew Home for
the Aged will hold its regular
meeting Wednesday noon at the
Delano Hotel. Snack luncheon
will be available.
LARRY WEISS
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the luncheon. They include 'j--
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Over 100 young mothers from the Greater Miami area
turned out for the formation of Pediaction, a non-profit
community group working in cooperation with Mount
Sinai Medical Center to provide the latest most compre-
hensive facilities and services for the hospital! medical
care of children. Shown are Janyce Robins, president of
Pediaction; Milton Grossman, M.D., head of the Pediatrics
Department of Mount Sinai; Dava Lipsky, Pediaction
chairperson; and Alvin M. Goldberg, executive director
of the Medical Center. Those wishing to participate with
this group may contact Pediaction, P.O. Box 40-2726,
Miami Beach, Fla. 33140.
Tremendous enthusiasm for the cause of Jewish survival
u 05 evident at the annual Feb. 23 Purim party of the
Chaitn Weizman Branch Farband. Together at the podium
for that event were (left to right) guest speaker Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El and
associate chairman of the 1975 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund; Weizman Farband Chairman
Moe Levin; special guest Emanuel Shimoni, Consul Gen-
eral of Israel, who also addressed the more than 500
guests at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
.'.,..
Dr. Marvin Sackner, Chief of the Division of Pulmonary
Diseases and Director of Medical Services at Mount Si-
nai, and Dr. Frederico Justiniani, Director of Medical
Education, received plaques from Dr. Bruce \ergin, Chief
Medical Resident at Mount Sinai Medical Center as A.
Goldberg, executive director of the medical center, looks
on Drs. Sackner and Justiniani were honored for their
dedication to medical education by the medical house
staff. The preservation was held at the medical grand
rounds at Msupti$inai. ^ .
Shown above (left to right) are Julius Darsky'repre-
sentative from Mount Sinai Medical Centers board of
trustees; Mabel Levinson, chairman of the day, and Sam-
uel Gertner, executive vice president of the medical cen-
ter at the Feb. 28 Auxiliary Recognition Luncheon at the
Fontainebleau Hotel where some 582 volunteers were
thanked for their devotion and aid to Mount Sinai. This
year's annual program was hosted by the board of trus-
tees and the administration of the medical center.
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fJewish Mhridlifor
Friday, March 14,
ISRAELI CONSERVATIVE RABBIS' HEAD
Rabbi Pliilip Spectre Guest
At Temple Menorah March 24
Rabbi Philip Spectre, president
of the Israel Region of the Rabbi-
nical Assembly of Conservative
RABBI PHILIP SPECTRE
Rabbis, will be the guest speaker
at Temple Menorah Monday eve-
ning, March 24, in the first of a
three-lecture series entitled "The
Challenge of the 70s.'" Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz has an-
nounced. His topic will be "The
Status of Religion in Israel."
Rabbi Spectre, a native of Buf-
falo. NY., whose paxents, Mr.
and Mrs. Abraham Spectre, now-
live in Miami Beaeh^ emigrated
to Israel following the Six-Day
War in 1967. He built the firs*
conservative synagogue in Israel.
Congregation Netach Israel, in
the pioneer seaport town of Ash-
kelon in 1969.
"It is absurd to think of Israel
as a secular state." Rabbi Spectre
says. "Jewish tradition and its
religious and cultural overtones
are an integral part of the State
of Israel. The problems of the
conservative and reform synaao
gues in Israel are gradually be-
ing solved, as orthodox religious
bodies acquire a greater under-
FAU Will Teach
Modern Jewish
History Course
Dr. Samuel A. Portnoy, a prom-
inent member of the Department
of History faculty at Florida At-
lantic University, and an expert
in the field of modern Jewi-h
history, will be offering a course
entitled "Modern Jewish History"
during the coming quarter at
Florida Atlantic University.
The course is open to both reg-
ular students and to non degree
6eeking students. Registration
for the quarter will take place
in the Administration Building
Thursday. March 27. from 8:30
a.m. to 7 p.m. and Friday. March
28. from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Classes begin March 31 and
continue through June 12. The
course. HIST 498, sequence 5362.
will be held on Monday evenings
beginning at 6 p.m. in the Hu
Maxim: The Mayvin's
Favorite At Passover
Maxim tastes like fresh-perked
coffee and that's probably why!
even coffee Mayvins love it!
Housewives love it. too, because
it's ready in a jiffy whether you
make it by the cup or the potful.
This Passover, be prepared
with Maxim, the freeze-dried cof-
fee that tastes like fresh-perked.
Maxim, you see. is made from
fresh perked coffee that "comes
alive" with fantastic flavor when
you add boiling water. There's
nothing simpler or more deli-
cious. (And the mayvins at your
Seder won't settle for less!) Make
sure you have lots of Kosher for
Passover Maxim on hand this
holiday.
standing and appreciation of the
more liberal movements in Jew-
ish life."
In th? 8 n.m. lecture. Rabbi
Spectre will describe the struggle
and growth of his own synagogue,
which now boasts a mem-
bership in excess of 300 families,
within the microcosm represent-
ing conservative Jewry in Israel.
There are Dresentlv nine conser-
vative rabbis in Israel in pulpit
work and more than 50 who
handle educational administra-
tive functions.
The mini-lecture series at Tem-
ple Menorah also will feature
presentations by Martin Green-
berg, associate professor of inter-
national law at Florida Interna-
tional University, and clinical
psychologist Allen Rutchek. Ph.D.
Tickets for the three lecture
series may be reserved by calling
the Temple Menorah office.
The baking of Shmura Matzo at Mani-
schewitz was held on Feb. 18, with the at-
tendance of the Board of Rabbis and the
officers of the company present at the
Jersey City plant. The picture shows Rab-
bi I. Siegal handing the certificate of
Kashruth to Bernard Manischewitz, presi-
dent of The B. Manischewitz Co. Standing
(left to right) are Rabbi Chaim Karlinska,
Brooklyn; Wm. B. Manischewitz, Rabbi
Emanuel Gettinger of New York City
Rabbi David L. Silver of Harrisburg. Pa.
and Robert M. Starr, executive vice pres-
ident of The B. Manischewitz Co.
Your matzo
never had it
%v#
Breakstone
When you sit down to enjoy a crisp matzo,
it's nice to know that Breakstone won't
break up a good thing.
So this Passover, butter your matzo,
cottage-cheese it, slather it with sour cream, or
make it more tempting with Temp-Tee
whipped cream cheese.
Then, go right on spreading Breakstone
throughout the year. (Not to mention mixing,
scooping and dipping.)
Kosher for Passover: Creamed Cottage Cheese, California
Style Cottage Cheese, Tiny Soft Curd Cottage Cheese,
Pot Style Cottage Cheese, Farmer Cheese, Temp-Tee
Whipped Cream Cheese, Sour Cream, Sweet Whipped &
Sweet Print Butter. Certified by Rabbi Jacob Cohen,
Spring Valley, N.Y.


Iday, March 14, 1975
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3 'Nights In Israel' Set
Next Week For Israel Bonds
Resident! of the Came'.ot Hall,
,,,3-lal Towers, and the Corin-
|,jaii will rally on behalf of tno
5th anniversary of Slate of Is-
lei Bonds next week by sponsor-
three "Nights in Israel,"
jobert I- Siegel, general cam-
fcign chairman of the Grcatei
liami Israel Bond Organization,
as announced.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Goldman
kill be honored at Camelot Hall
Kesday. They will receive the
State of Israel Bond.; Scroll of
Jonor in recognition of their out
handing service in advancing Is-
gel progress and welfare.
Goldman, former secretary o!
American National Bag and
Burlap Company in N.Y.. is a
toard member of the B'nai B'rith
lorn Lodge, Mrs. Goldman is
Ictive in Hadassah, Women
\ Tican ORT. Hope School and
he Jewish Home for the Aged.
Serving as chairman of the
tamelot Hall "Night in Israel"
Js'orman Sciden. J. George Knf
In and Rubin Prussin are
lonorary chairmen.
Wednesday evening. Mr. anc!
(rs. Joseph Kestenbaum will re
eive the Scroll of Honor at
Coastal Towers.
Kestenbaum. a pa?t coehairman
lor Israel Bonds and the Com
pined Jewish Appeal at Coastal
Towers, is a B'nai B'rith Con
urian and a member of the Sun
nv Isles lodee. Mrs. Kestenbaum.
life member of Hadassah. is.
treasurer of the Sophie Tucker
croup of the Miami Beach chap
ler of Hadassah.
Jean Feinberg and Oscar Eaton
tic chairmen of the Coastal
{Yiddish Theatre
hi Miami Beach
The only professional Yidriish-
Lmerican theatre in South Flor-
ria is located in the heart of
he Jewish community of Miami
3each.
The theatre will present the
est quality of entertainment,
vith some of the finest actors
and actresses of the Jewish
itape.
PARTTCTLAR STRESS will
on m sical comedies
im Jewish li e and literature
order to entertain the eom-
linnity and make them forget
heir daily problems.
The theatre will open its doors
ound March 8 with the play,
Epie Rebbczin from Israel,"
rring Pesach Burstein and
Ban Lux.
his musical play has had an
tit-month run in New York
JTnrl will be presented here with
Its original cast, costumes and
Imusic.
The theatre will operate the
(whole year around, and in addi-
ction to its normal activity, a
'training school for Yiddish ac-
tors and actresses will be cre-
ated as well, in order to discover
and encourage new talent and
!perpetuate the Jewish theatre.
v Ch. 2 Plans 10th Annual
>ctionApril4Tol2
Bhe 10th annual Ch. 2 fund-
"~ isine auction will be held April
I with a ?oal of $400,000.
_>iit one quarter of the amount
Jequired to brins Dublic televi-
sion to the 2.7 million viewers
between Key West and Fort
Pierce.
The auction warehouse, built
by volunteers from materials do-
nated bv local businessmen, is
located at 14901 NE 20th Ave
and is now accepting donations of
merchandise and services. More
than 7,000 saleable items '
$35 or more are still needed;
underwriters are invited to spon-
sor full or half days, for which
they are given acknowledgements
on the air Contact Roberta Leeds
Vt additional information.
Towers "Night in Israel." Hiram Mrs William Chertky will be
Beach, is a member of B'nai
B'rith, the Antl Defamation
League, and Hen's ORT. Mn
Chersky Is vei y active in the
work of Women's American ORT
( bait mi n of the Corinthian is
rael Bonds event are Ely Gold
stein and Leon Srago. Alex Han-
son and Harry Harrison are co-
(hairmen,
American Jewish folk humorist
Emil Cohen will be the featured
entertainer al all three Israel
Boi ''--Mis. ,
Go.dstein and living Minio:: are
cochairmen. Honorary chairman
of the event is Theodora Berman.
Thursday, March 29. Mr. and
1
honored, at the Corinthian.
Chersky, active in the UJA and
Israel Bunds campaigns in Pitts
burgh before moving to Miami
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for all your wrapping and storing, freezing
and cooking...at Passover, and all year 'round.
Save time and work
this busy Passover season.
Roast poultry without basting
with Reynolds Wrap
Prepare chicken for roasting. Place on
large sheet of Heavy Duty Reynolds
Wrap. Bring up foil and double fold the
sides and ends. Put wrapped bird
(4 to 5 lb. hen) in shallow pan and roast 2 hrs.
at 450 F. No basting. Just open foil during
the last 20 min. to let bird brown. No messy
clean-ups. No oven spattering.
Give shelves, work surfaces Passover
protection with Reynolds Wrap
Gleaming Reynolds Wrap not only
looks nicer than paper but it
protects shelves, cupboards, tables
better, too. Wipes clean easier
than paper and resists tearing.
Double Batching
When making a potato kugel or
any Holiday recipe, make two. Serve
one the day you make it. Freeze the
other in Heavy Duty Reynolds
Wrap. Then you'll always have some-
thing handy for busy days and when
guests drop in.
Bake your dressing in Reynolds Wrap >$$
When you bake your dressing separately in its \ "V
own Reynolds Wrap "bundle" it saves you a
messy scouring job. Place dressing on sheet of
Heavy Duty Reynolds Wrap. Seal edges
tightly, place on cookie sheet and bake in
450'F. oven for 35 min. Leftover dressing
. can be stored and reheated in same foil.
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Reynolds Wrap. Strong all over.
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Friday, March 14, 1975,
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The Ben Cleins seem to get
more involved as the years go
by. Ben has just been elected
president of the Holiday Dolphin
Ramblers, a group composed of
owners of Holiday Trailers who
spend a lot of their time camp-
ing: his wife Evelyn was elected
secretary.
The first week-end of each
month don't try to contact them
because they are off camping
with their club. (They actually
belong to another club that
camps the third week-end of each
month, but they can't always
make those meetings.)
Evelyn is the newly elected
President of the Auxiliary of the
South Dade PoU No. 778 of the
Jewish War Veterans (Ben is a
Past Commander)so you can
see, they share the same inter-
ests.
Their daughter Patti, will be
graduating high school in June
and hopes to enter the Univer-
sity of Tennessee. With a young
lady at home, they never even
know how many places to set
for dinner at night because it is
open to everyone at all times.
Some morning they have to count
heads to see how many spent the
night. It is a busy homeand
that is the way they like it.
Their sons Michael (Carol) and
Bob (Judy) and the six of their
eight grandchildren who live in
Miami, think the best thing th*y
O wn
can do is to go camping with the
folks. Theer daughter, Judi (Da-
vid) who lives in Atlanta, is also
a camper and they spend many
wekends with their children in
the Georgia mountains.
ft Miami Beach Mayor Harold
Rosen, real estate developer Lar-
ry Aberman, the owner of the
Flamingo Club Hotel, and Mur-
ray Sprung have been elected to
the board of directors of the
Asthmatic Children's Foundation
of Florida. Sprung is a former
member of the New Hope Chap-
ter of the Foundation in New
York. Board president is Edward
I.assman.
ft ft ft
The Louis Makovskys recently
heard from their long time
friends. Rabbi Moses and Mr*.
Magda Mesheloff. The rabbi, one-
time spiritual leader of the Mi-
ami Beach Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion, wrote about their recently
completed three week trip to Is-
rael. The couple visited both their
sons and families, who live there
permanently and attended as del-
egates to the World Synagogue
Conference in Jerusalem. Prior to
their leaving for Israel, the rabbi
and his wife were honored by
the Rogers Park Synagogue in
Chicago with a series of events
markine the completion of 20
years of service.
Dr. Sol Stein To Speak On
'Miracle Of Deferred Giving'
Dr. Sol Stein, president of the
Israel Histadrut Foundation, will
be the speaker at the Coffee,
Culture and Conversation pro-
gram of Temple Beth Sholom of
Greater Miami Sunday at 10:30
a.m., according to an announce-
ment by James S. Knopke, the
temple's president.
Dr. Stein has had a long ca-
reer in economics, specializing
in the economy of Israel. His
topic will be "Miracle of Defer-
red Givingits Tax Saving and
Income Producing Devices."
Born in Vilna, Lithuania, Dr.
Stein studied at the University of
Ghentin, Belgium, where he re-
ceived his doctorate in econom-
ics. He served in diverse Zionist
capacities in that country and for
five years until the outbreak of
World War II. he was director
of the Jewish National Fund in
Belgium and editor of a French-
language Jewish publication.
Fleeing before the Nazis. Dr.
Stein came to the United States
in 1940. where he occupied ex-
ecutive positions with the Jewish
National Fund. In 1960 he was
invited to assume the post of ex-
ecutive director of the National
Committee for Labor Israel. Un-
der his dynamic leadership, the
National Committee for Labor Is-
real. founded in 1923, expanded
its furrd-raisine activities.
Stein introduced new approach-
es and techniques for the Israel
Histadrut Campaign. An authority
on taxation and deferred giving,
he organized the Israel Histadrut
Foundation (previously known as
the American Histadrut Develon-
ment Foundation) who** firs*,
chairman was former U.S. Su-
preme Court JusticeArthur J.
Goldberg.
Sirce it-; beginning in I960, the
Foundation has procured over
S36 million in bequests, gift an-
nuities and other long-ran?e com-
mitments for the Histar'est
health, welfare and educational
programs in Israel.
Dr. Stein has written and lec-
tured extensively on the econom-
ic problems of Israel, and his
weekly, year-round radio broad-
casts on personal financial and
estate planning over Station
WEVD in New York have at-
tracted one of the largest listen-
ing audiences of tha The lecture is open to the gen-
eral public.
Free Directory
Now Available
From UOJCA
The new 1975 edition of the (u>
Kosher for Passover Products Di
rectory is now available from the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregation of America, Harold M.
Jacobs, UOJCA president, has
announced. This 16 page pam-
phlet is being supplied free of
charge as a public service.
/ Including thousands of con-
sumer and industrial products
which bear the UOJCA's Passover
kashruth certification, the direc-
tory alphabetically lists over 100
different categories of food from
apple sauce to wine, soup to nuts
(and soup nuts). These hundreds
of brands of Passover products
are distributed throughout North
America and bear the special (u)
seal.
The directory can be obtained
by sending a stamped self-
addressed envelope to the UOJCA
Kashruth Division, 116 E. 27th
St. New York, N.Y. 10016. A sheet
of surprise recipes for Passover
has al-o been made available to
the public by the UOJCA Wom-
en's Branch. 84 Fifth Ave New
York, N.Y. 10011.
Nathan K. Gross is chairman
of the Joint Kashruth Commis-
sion of the UOJCA and Rabbi
Bcrel Weln is its Rabbinic Ad-
ministrator.
Intermarriage Doesn't Mean End
to Judaism, AJC Women Told
Bernstein Elected By ADL
Miami insurance executive'
Georae Bernstein has been elect-
ed chairman of the Florida Re
gional Board of the Anti-Defama
tion League of B'nai B'rith. Also j
elected to ADL positions are Mi
amians Richard Essen, chairman
and Dr. Fred Witkiff. vice chair
man of the League's executive
committee.

PHILADELPHIA The Na-
tional Women's Division con
vention of the American Jewish
Congress was told here that the
high rate of intermarriage in the
Jewish communityestirnated at
one in every three marriages
did not necessarily produce a
diminution in jewisiiness or Jew-
ish observance.
Dr. Blanche Serwer, professor
at Boston University, told some
500 convention delegates at the
Bellevue Stratford Hotel here
that many Jewish couples living
in predominantly Christian en-
vironments because of school or
job requirements took part in
Christian celebrations such as
Christmas, instead of Jewish
festivals like Hanukkah, "out of
inertia."
AT THE same time. Dr. Ser-
wer said, she knew of interre-
ligious and even interracial mar-
riages where the non-Jewish part-
ner "took pains to observe Jew-
ish tradition and "clearly intend-
ed to give the chilrden of the
marriage a Jewish upbringing."
A recent Jewish population
study showed that in interre-
ligious marriages where the wife
was Jewish, nearly all the chil-
dren were raised as Jews. Where
the husband was Jewish, accord-
ing to the study. 63 per cent of
the children were being raised
as Jews.
The net effect of these family
patterns, the study concluded,
was that there was no major
"loss of Jewish children such as
might be implied by a possible
drifting to another religious
view.
EJ HER address to the
American Jewish Congress wom-
en, Dx. Serwer said that major
problems of Jewish family life
today arose from the increased
mobility of Jewish young people,
new and heavy career demands
on the time of both fathers and
mothers and the disappearance of
the extended family.
These developments made it
"difficult to instill Jewish values
and Jewish culture at the most
impressionable period of a child's
life the youngest years," Dr.
Serwer said.
"More Jewish education in a
formal sense is too facile an
answer." she said, noting that
"Jewish education has always
been the province of the home
first, then the synagogue, then
the religious school."
INSTEAD, s;,e emphasized,
"Greater attention should be paiii
to the quality of the educatior
we are providing, Dr. Serwei
concluded:

B'nai B'rith Will Install
S. Florida Officers April 13
1
Miami Beach hotelman Mel
Feigeles has been named chair-
man of the South Florida Coun-
cil of B'niai B'rith Lodges annual
installation brunch to be held
Sunday, April 13, at the Carillon
Hotel, Fred Snyder, Council
president, has announced.
The South Florida Council is
the governing body of 38 B'nai
B'rith lodges in Dade .County. A
slate of 18 officers and trustees
will be installed for a one-year
term.
A prominent national figure
will be the guest speaker at the
installation brunch, Snyder also
announced.
Feigeles, past president of the
North Dade Lodge, is a leading
figure in B'nai B'rith affairs. A
member of the South Florida
executive board of the B'nai
B'rith Foundation of the U.S., he
serves on the board of governors
of District No. 5. as Florida State
fund-raising chairman and as
chairman of the District No. 5
Century Club.
Owner-operator of the Drake
Hotel, Feigeles is a member of
the Miami Beach Resort Hotel
Association. He is also affiliated
with Beth Torah Congregation
and the North Miami Beach
Optimists Club.
Other B'nai B'rith members in-
MEL FEIGELES |
volved in planning the April 13
brunch are Louis Hymson (Me
Ami Lodge), reservations chair-
man; Michael Spector (North
Dade Lodge), program chairman,
Neil D. Littauer (Sports Lodge),
publicity chairman; and Malcolm
Fromberg (Miami Beach Lodge).
Tickets may be obtained from
B'nai B'rith lodge presidents or
by calling the B'nai B'rith office.
*
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Rosemary's Thyme
By ROSEMARY FURMAN
JCC Launching New Concept In Social Services
1
A friend of mine, Diane Sep.
ler, gave me a year's subscrip-
tion to "W," a publication of
Women's Wear Daily. It has
opened up a whole new world
to me.
Last week, I learned what
"quality" is, and this week I
learned what men are considered
"international" and, more im-
portant, why.
It seems to have something to
do with the cut of their suits.
As for that intangible "quality,-'
there's more at stake than a good
tailor. By listing "quality" items,
"W" attempts to give us a sense
of what it has in mind. Let me
list some items of my own and
see if you catch on.
Quality ways to spend a Sun-
day: Bikeriding on the new Red
Road path.
Quality bikers: David Schacter
and the Weinkles, Mary Norma
and Julian. Not quality biker:
Eleanor Erwin, director of Vol-
unteers at a local hospital, who
fell and broke her wrist.
Quality way to spend a Satur-
day: Vegetable-picking (if you
watch out for well-holes) with
Millie Cowen and Kathy Meyers,
who comes by her economics
naturally; her husband, Ray, is
economics professor at the UM.
Quality shoppers: This category
must be broken down into areas.
North Miami Beach: Lois Siegel;
Miami Beach: Marilyn Smith;
South Dade: Barbara Raduns.
One rule of thumb they all
have: Never buy name-brand
knee-length stockings, when the
local supermarket variety will
do. Thai's really a rule of foot.
Quality cooks: Elsa Greenberg
(Mrs. Mel) and Bobbl Garber.
Not quality: anyone who thinks
little hotdogs wrapped in biscuit
mi" are lovely canapes.
Quality 'skiers: Leila Marcus
and Avrum Rifkin, with honor-
able mentions to the Scharlins
(Gloria, Howard, David, Kerri-
Sue and Peggy). Not quality:
cross country cowards.
Quality volunteers: those mem-
bers of the Committee of 25 who
are concerned with the psychi-
atric patients at Mer'-y Hospital.
Particularly Judy Weiser, who
conducts an exercise class there
three times a week and would
love some help. And Barbara
Schiff and daughter, Lort's Per.
Jenny Blank Engaged
To Jack Goldstein
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Blank of
Jacksonville announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Jen
ny. to Jack Goldstein, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Goldstein, 11640
SW 61st Ct.
The birdc-elect graduated from
Satellite High School, attended
Brevard Junior College and if
now employed by Del Monte Ba-
nana Co., Jacksonville. Her fiance
graduated from Mia3i Palmettc
High School and attended Miami
Dade Community College. He i?
presently associated with Gulf
Provisions, Jacksonville.
The couple plans a fall wed-
ding.
JWV Post, Auxiliary
Officers Installed
The Robert K. Franzblau, Post
No. 177, Jewish War Veteran*
and Auxiliary, held a joint Instal-
lation at Temple Israel of Mira-
mar this week, Rabbi Avrom
Drazin. honorary chaplain, gaw?
the opening prayer, while Mrs.
Evelyn Ferdie, Department of
Florida Ladies Auxiliary presi-
dent, and her staff officiated.
Harold Uhr, Commander, De
partment of Florida, installed the
newly elected officers, and Jay
Berliner, Past Department Com
mander, was guest speaker.
and Sable High School club, who
are involved with the decorating
of the ward And Aaron Podhurst
and Marshall Harris, who are
involved with fund-raising. Net
quality: those volunteers who
take Federation pledge cards and
bury them in their desk drawer.
Quality movie house: Merry-
Go-Round Cinema in Coral
Gables, recommended by Al
Seltzer, one of Miami's most so-
phisticated men. Al, who he'.Drd
with the concept of Burt Gold-
berg's Widow McCoy and Don
Lefton's Daphne Restaurant at
his new Newark Airport Mote!,
is an ex-New York advertising
man.
Quality movies: The American
Film Theatre's offerings. Quality
audience: Those who stay ti.l the
end of the American Film
Theatre's offerings.
Quality theatre: "Purlie" at the
Coconut Grove.
Quality human relations coun-
selors: ("facilitators" is the
jargon word): Elise Rapapport,
at Temple Israel's self-di< cover v
classes, and Brenda Shapiro for
Panel of American Women.
Not qual'ty: "Facilitators" who
count as training the years they
spent in analysis. Caveat Emptor.
Quality journalist: she who
spices her column with latin
phrases such as "caveat emptor,"
Loue'lla never did that.
The Jewish Community Cen-
lfrs oi South Florida/South
Beach Activities Center, is
launching a new program in
Scutn Beach"Instant Outreach,"
a new concept in social services.
7 he Helpmobile, a brand new
white vehicle with attractive blue
lettering, will be seen on the
Streets oi the community. The
Helpmobile will Dark on j'reet
CO ners, near F'amingo Park,
and ii busy areas where people
ei ngregate.
Th:s "Center on Wheels" is an
additional service offered by the
South Feach activities Center at
25 Washington Ave. The van will
bt staffed by a social worker and
a group cf trained para-profos-
Brotherhood To
Present Baikin
Tfc Brotherhood of Temok
B th El v.il present Leo Baikin.
Adu.t Jewish Education chair
man of Hil'.crest B'nai B'rith
Lodge. Wednesday at 8 p.m. in
the T-ibin Auditorium of the ten
1351 S. 14th Ave.
Mr. Baikin i* chairman. B'nai'
B'rith in Dade and Bro.vard
counties, as we"! as an in'tructoi
of Adult Jewish Education at
B'nai B'rith College in Miami.
He will present a bird's-eye view i
of Jewish History, as well as th"
background of Jewish heritage
There will be a question and
answer period.
Chuck Lyons, a master of piano
and song, will be featured fo!
lowing the presentation. Refresh-
ment-- will b served. The event
is open to the public. Admission
is free.
sionals providing information and
relerral on the spot.
The Jewish Community Cen-
ters of South Florida/South
Beach Activities Center offers
social services 3s well as educa-
tional, recreational and cultural
opportunities. There is no fee.
Anyone 60 years of age and
over interested in joining Dies*
activities is welcome to register*
The South Beach Activities'
Center is jointly funded b> the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and the Division on Agin-Tit|*
III. and Division of Family Set-v-
ice Title VI Department 1
Health and Rehabilitative Serv-
ices. State of Florida.
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Religious Services
MIAMI
Ah A VAT S>mmLOM CONGREGA-
TION *95 SW 67th Ave. O-thodox.
Cantor Arcn Ben Aroi.. '
ANSHE EMES. 25?3 SW 19th Ava.
Conservative. Car.tor Sol Pakowitz.
KTH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert M. Baumqard. Associate Rabbi
Barry Altman. 3
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temole). 1025
N E. Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Cantor Ian Aloern.
33
BETH DAVID. ?25 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William LiDfon. 4-A
BCTH DAV'D SOUTH. 7500 SW
120th St. Conservative. Rabbi Sol
Landau Cantor Will'am LiDSPn. 4 ----------------
BBTH KODESH 1101 SW 1?th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Sha-
p.'o. Cantni Leon Segal. Rev. Alex
Stan!. Rev. Mendol Gutterinan. 6
BETH TOV |TcmDl; 438 SW Pth
St. Conservative. Rabbi Charles Ru-
el.
no. Cantor Jack Lerner.
SINAI (Temple) OF NORTH DADE.
10801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shuikes. 3'
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 19151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov
Bidnick.
33
B*NAI ISRAEL AND GREATER
N'AMI VfJTH SYNAGOGUE. 96O0
Suns-t Drive. Orthodox. Rabbi Ralph
Clixman. 8-A
CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATION
Or KENDAI.E LAKES SW 107th
Ave at Kendall Dr. Rabbi Maxwell
Berger. _______ 9
IIKAEL (Temple) OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Habbi Joseph R. Narot 10
ISRAELITE (.ENTER. S1 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Solomon
Waidenberg. Cantor Nathan Parnass
0 OLOM (Tempi') &755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi David M.
Baror. Canto- Stanley Rich. 13
TEM
B
Ra
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Zev Left
C0RAI GAMES
JUDEA (Temple^. 550 Granada Blvd.
heform. Rabbi Michael B. Eisen-
stat. Cantor Rita Shore. 40
ZAMORA (Temple). 44 2amora Aye.
Conservanve. Rabbi Maurice Klein.
SVRFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. 50
FORT LAUDtRDAli
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 7100 VV.
Cak'an.l Park Blvd. Pabb! PhiliD A.
Labowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU-FL. 3243 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Re-form. Rabbi Arthur J.
Abrams. Can'or Jerome Klement. 43
CORAL SPHINUS HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. Reform. 3501 Univer-
sity Dr. Rabbi Max Weitz. 44
----------------
9100
MPLE ISRAEL-SOUTH (Formerly TAMARaC JEWISH CENTER. 9'JO
" h Tikva) "025 lunset Or. Reform. NW 57th St Conservative. Rabbi
abb. Joseph R. Narot. 13-A Milton J. Gross 44-A
TIFERETH ISRAEL (Tempie). 6500
N. Miami Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Se.mour Hinkes
riON (Temple). 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
erva'ive. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Hel'man. 16
HI All AH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan Zolondek. 15
N0RIH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
2225 NE 121st St. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel. Cantor
Yehuda Binyamin. 35
MIAMI BIACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7301 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever. 17
YOUNG ISRAEL of HOLLYWOOD
(Orthodox). 3891 Stirling Rd. 53
P0MPAN0 BtACH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. 6101
NW 9th Pt. '4.B
BETH EL. 2400 Pire Tree Dr.
Orthodox. 5
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Yaacov Renzer. 49
HALLAHDAll
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
Conservative. 416 NE 8th Ave. Rabbi
Harry E. Schwartz. Cantor Jacob
Danziger. 1*
HOLLYWOOD
BETH Ei- (Temple). 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Assist-
ant Rabbi Harvey M. Rosenfeld 48
BETH SHALOM (Temple). 46C1 Ar-
thur St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 46
S I N A I (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Associate Rabbi Chaim S. Listfield.
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamchei.
19
TEMPLE BETH AHM. Conservative.
310 SW 62nd Ave.. Hollywood. Rabbi
David Rosenfield. 47-B
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef-
ferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Elliot Winograd. Cantor Saul Breeh.
20
BETH SHOLOM (Temple). 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser. 21
TEMPLE BETH SOLOMON. 1031
Lincoln Rd. Modern Conservative.
Rabbi David Raab. Cantor Morde-
cai Yardeini. 21-A
BETH TFILAH.
Orthodox.
935 Euclid
Ave.
22
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGRE
GATION. 843 Meridian Ave. 22-A
B"NAI ZION (Temple). 200.178th St..
Miami Beach. Rabbi Dr. Abraham
I. Jacobaon 22- B
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Cow Rozencwaig. 23
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 715 Washington Ave.
Rabbi Meir Masli.->h Melamed. 23-A
EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
*Jmlsti Fkridian
Friday, March 14, 1975
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
riel'gious Community Center. '*-??
NE 3rd Ave. Orthodox. 33-A
BETH TORAh 1051 N Miami Beach
Blvd. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
sciaitz. Cantor Jacob B. MendeKon.
B'NAI RAPHAeT. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Vict-r D. Zwel-
M
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 26
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Enael. 26
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self. 27
MENORAH (Temple). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Racoi Maver Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
NER TAMID (Temple). 79th St. and
Carlyle Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Edward
Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas A. Weber-
man. 30
TEMPLE SOLEL (Liberal! 5100 Sher-
idan St., Hollywood. Rabbi Robert
Frazin. 41-C
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Drazin.
Cantor Abraham Kester. 48
HOMESTEAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER.
183 NE 8th St. Conservative. SI
Maxwell House-A
Joyous Tradition
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Passover this year, make sure you
include another traditionMax-
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Maxwell House is the delicious,
mellow-tasting coffee that's as
perfect with your special holiday
dinner as it is with your late
afternoon coffee break! It's also
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over half a century at seders and
other Jewish family gatherings.
This Passover when you serve
your Passover guests Maxwell
House Coffee instant or regular
they'll know they're in a home
that values tradition. (And cares
about quality!)
Hadassah Groups
Plan Luncheons
And Meetings
Several Miami Beach Chapter
of Hadassah groups are meeting
during the last half of March.
The Intcrainerican Group will
combine its HMO. and Youth
Alivah dinners in Temple Mo-
norail's social hall Saturday, with
Rachel Wax presiding. A men's
fashion show will be presented.
N'atanya Group plans a 6 p.m.
champagne supper at the Win-
ston Towers 10D Saturday as Us
Youth Aliyah event. Entertain-
ment and dancing will be fea-
tured.
Morton Towers Groups \outh
Alivah luncheon will be held in
the' Starlight Room of the Doral
Hotel Sunday featuring gala en
tertainment. Fanny Houtz will
preside.
Royal Maccabees Group is
meeting Monday at 7 pm. in th?
Financial Federal at 755 Wash
Ington Ave. with Clara Landy
presidin! entertainment
will be featured.
Emma Lawns Croup will hold
[ts Youth Aliyah Luncheon Tues-
day noon in the Eden Roc Hotel
with Henrietta Fine presiding, j
Lincoln Group's Youth Aliyah
Luncheon will bn held in the,
Porillo" '' '1 Tipeday noon.
Clara L. Goldberg will preside:
gala entertainment will be fea-l
tured.
Tr*)<>lt fi-T-in :q fepturina en-
tertainment by Tonv Simone and
Aida Yaslo at its Youth Alivah
Luncheon Thursdftv "o.^n. March
20. in the Algiers H-Mel.________
Dr. Schenberg Forum Guest
Dr. Samuel Schenberg. direc-
tor of Science for the New York
City School Svstem before his
retirement, will speak at the
Forte Forum Tuesday, at 1 p.m.
in the auditorium at 1200 West
Ave.. Miami Beach. His subject
will be .'You Have Greater Poten-
tial In Your Retirement Than
You Realize/1
Rabbi Narot Closes Series
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot will
bring the Greenfield Adult In-
stitute lecture series to a close
Sunday morning at Temple Israel
of Greater Miami when he speaks
on "American JewsThe Race
Between Assimilation And Sur-
vival."
I
Rabbi Solomon bchiff (right) director of the I,[^tcrMi
ann Jewish Federation's Community thflamcy Service
and executive vice president of the Rablnmcai Associa-
' of Greater MiSmi, was guest speaker ft a recent
melting for residents of Island Terrace, SlsUnd Avfa
Wami Beach. Among the leaders responding to Rabbi
Schitf's urgent call for support to the 1975 Combined
fSfilAppeal israll Emergency Fund were Is and Ter
race CJA-IEF Chairman Dr. Simon Brady (left) and
Mrs. Bea Mersel

SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
----------------
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542
44 Washington Ave. 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th St. Causeway.
North Bay Village. Conservative.
Cantor Murray Yavneh 32-A
AGUDAS ACHIM Nl'SACH SEFARD
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Mordecai Chaimo-
Vita. **"
All-Star Variety Show
An Ail-Star Variety Show fea-
turing well-known singers, hu-
morist and comedienne, will take
place on Sunday, at 2 p.m. at
Agudath Israel Synagogue. The
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Issues And Answers...
Our Rabbis' Views
Children's Lifestyle
By DR. SAMUEL Z. JAFFE, RABBI, Temple Beth El. Hollywood
One (if the most perplexing problems facing almost every
Jewish hou-ehold is our children's lifestyle and choice of mate, and
not always in that order.
For almost four millennia, ever since Abraham arranged for his
son's marriage, Jews were married off by their parents for better or
worse. While it is true that many such unions were marked by frus-
tration and quiet desperation, it must be said that any system of
marriage arrangement which lasts several thousands of years, must
at least be functional.
OBVIOUSLY, IT SERVED the needs of our people at a time when
Jewish life was insulated and isolated from the allurements and in-
ences of the outside environment.
However, in our free and open society, where many social bar-
Tiers-based on ethnicity and religion have been torn down, people of
different faiths, cultural backgrounds, and value-systems are bound
to meet and be attracted to one another. In such a liberal atmos-
phere, our voting people often make conjugal commitments on the
basis of what they deem to be their personal happiness, and the values
and concerns important to the Jewish community and which determine
our survival, are often set aside.
Aside from this growing trend toward intermarriage, which
undermines Jewish unity and the solidarity of the Jewish family, what
Is even more distressing is that more men and women under 35
are staying single than in the recent past.
THE SEXUAL REVOLUTION we are now experiencing has re-
sulted in a new lifestyle. Majjy of this generation simply do not be-
lieve in marriage. They set up house and live together.
Then too, there are married couples who are determined not to
have children. In both instances, such decisions are resulting in a
decrease in the Jewish population and in the weakening of our
numerical strength.
Tht recent U.S. Census report indicates that we are now only 2.8
per cent of the general population. These trends do not augur well
for tha future of the Jewish people.
Question
Box
Great Jewish Personalities
Rabbi Stephen S. Wise
Inside Judaica
By FREDERICK LACHMAN
Executive Editor
Encyclopaedia Judaica
Haw did the Minyan come
abaut?
Minyan (Heb. for numbers"),
is a designation for the quorum
of ten male adults, aged 13 years
or over, necessary lor oublic
synagogue service and certain
Other religious ceremonies, the
authoritative Encyclopaedia Ju-
daica states.
In the Reform ritual women
are counted in the minimum
quorra of ten persons !o consu-
late a public prayer service since
they nave full religious equality
with men, and the conservative
ritual has begun to follow this
example. The Talmud derives 10
from the term cdah ('communi-
ty"), which in the scriptures is
applied to the ten spies (Num.
14:27). Thus ten men constitute
a congregation, the authoritative
Encyclopaedia Judaica states. The
Talmud also mentions Ruth 4:2
and Psalms 68:27. Some relate the
rule .to Abraham's plea to God
to save Sodom if at least ten
righteous men were found there
(Geni 18:32). On the basis of
Psalms 82:1: "God standeth in
the eongregation of God," the
Talmud explains that if ten men
pray together the Divine Pres-
ence la with them. This quorum
of ten adult males is necessary
for the following sections of tho
public synagogue service: The
repetition of the "Amidah" with
"Kedushah," the pentateuchal
and "haftarah" readings, priestly
benedictions, and the "Xaddish."
Some also require a minyan for
the recital of the "Barekhu" in-
vocation: others permit this to
be said even if only six or seven
males are present. A quorum of
ten is also necessary in the rites
of comforting the mourners. The
recital of the seven nuptial bless-
ings at wedding ceremonies and
the special invocation proceeding
grace also require a minyan. the
Encyclopaedia Judaica says.
Ten male adults constitute a
quorum In any place, and there
is no need for a synagogue build-
ing or an officiating rabbi to
hold divine services. In talmudic
times a community was regarded
as "a city" if there were at
least "ten idle men" (not occu-
pied by work or other duties)
who could come to each syna-
gogue service to make up the
minyan. R. Johanan said "when
God comes to a synagogue and
does not find a minyan there, He
is angry, as it is written, (Isa.
50:2), "Wherefore, when I came,
was there no man? When I call-
ed, was there none to answer?"
In traditional congregations, es-
pecially in Eastern Europe, when
it was difficult to hold daily serv-
ices with a minyan, it was cus-
tomary to pay a few old or idle
men to be present twice a day
at the services. These people
were called "minyan men."
Incidentally, the number "ten"
in the Bible expresses complete-
ness and perfection, and its sa-
cred character is exemplified in
the Decalogue. There are ten
patriarchs from Adam to Noah
(Gen. 5) and ten from Noah to
Abraham (Gen. 11:10-27). and
the Israelites out the Lord to test
ten times (Num. 14:22).
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is !t required to drink
four cups of wine at the Pass-
over seder?
The usual explanation is that
these cups celebrate the four
phases of salvation and redemp-
tion for the Jewish people as ex-
pressed in the Bible in the Book
of Exodus. These four are "I will
take you out... I will deliver you
... I will redeem you ... I will
take you as my people."
Spreading it into four separate
cups signifies that the process of
salvation and redemption is, in-
deed, a gradual one and takes
place in stages.
Others claim that the four cups
correspond to the four kingdoms
which oppressed Israel and from
whom the Almighty has redeem-
ed Israel and the last one from
which He will redeem Israel in
the time to come.
Some also state that these cups
reflect the four cups of consola-
tion which Israel will be given
in order to be consoled for all
the difficulty and oppressive ex-
periences which Israel endured.
This seems to mean that for each
tragedy there is some consolation.
It is also stated bv some that
the four cups represent the four
questions that are asked at the
seder and the four sons that are
mentioned in the Haggadah.
Some say that they represent the
four corners of the earth from
which the people of Israel will be
gathered when the Messiah
comes.
Why is a special cup. in
addition to the four cups,
filled and placed on the
table during a special place
in the Haggadah although no
one drinks it?
This is often referred to as the
Cup of Elijah. One of the basic
reasons for this cup is that while
we follow the tradition of drink-
ing from four cups there was an
opinion in the Talmud which re-
quired five cups. Since the fifth
cup is a subject of disagreement
and debate, we do fill the cup,
but we do not drink it. This is a
procedure which somehow satis-
fies both opinions.
There is a Jewish tradition
which claims that Elijah will
some day come and resolve all
differences of opinion. This is
the reason this is called the Cup
of Elijah. When he comes, he
will definitely know whether we
should drink four or five cups.
Some claim the cup is not
drunk because our complete re-
demption is yet to be fulfilled.
It is, however, poured because
the Jew is asked to always be
prepared for the redemption
which might come at any time.
By RABBI BARRY ALTMAN
Temple Beth Am
Stephen Samuel Wise was a
man among men, a courageous
fighter and supporter of the un-
derdog.
Rabbi Wise was never popular
with all aspects of the Jewish
society in which he lived but was
able to transcend thi petty dif-
ferences between Jews and Jew-
ish organizations and achieve a
greatness which has lasted long
past his death.
At the time of Rabbi Wise's
passing, his children found in his
wallet a letter on which was writ-
ten: "I most deeply care for the
State of Israel and freedom and
justice for the Jews everywhere.
Into the hand of God I commend
my spirit. May he continue to
vouchsafe me His grace and
mercy."
Stephen Wise was born in
Hungary and was brought to the
United States early in life when
his father was called to the uul-
pit of Congregation Rodeph Sho-
lem in New York.
Young Stephen grew up in an
atmosphere of Jewish learning
and traditional dedication, guided
and encouraged by his father. He
attended City College of New
York, graduated from Columbia
University, was ordained in Vien-
na and continued to study at Ox-
ford University.
The courageous elements in his
life began rather early in his ca-
rer. Rabbi Wise chose to take
over Temple Beth Israel in Port-
land. Ore. His main goal in the
Northwest was to achieve the
aspiration of a totally free pulpit.
In his inaugural sermon he called
for a declaration of independence
and stated: "This pulpit must be
free."
In doing this, he promoted his
liberal position on the current
aspects of social reform saying:
"I'll be damned sooner than be
9ilent."
Wise wrote and nreached ex-
actly what he thought was right
and in so doing attracted both
friends and cnem:
Temple Emanu-El of New-
York. "The Cathedral of Reform
Jews" hoped to attract the young
Dr. Wise to its pulpit. But Wise
refused this very lofty prosposi-
tion because he received no writ-
ten assurance that the pulpit
would not be subject to and un-
der the control of the board of
trustees, many of whom were
wealthy industrialists and against
Wise's social philosophy.
With great courage and te-
nacity, Rabbi Wise moved to New
York to establish his Free Syna-
gogue. The principles of the Free
Synagogue were these: Absolute
freedom of the pulpit, abolition
of distinction between rich and
poor as to membership privileges,
direct and full participation of
the Synagogue in all social serv-
ices required by the community,
and complete identification not
with Israel's fate and future.
. All through his life Dr. Wise
sought to help the poor, defend
RABBI BARRY ALTMAN
the workers and advocate political
and social reform. His famous
sermons and lectures at Carnegie
Hall were heard by thousands of
Jews as well as Christians.
Wise also participated in the
establishment of the National As-
sociation for the Advancement of
Colored People, and remained in
close sympathy with its activities.
It was Wise who advocated the
acceptance of Blacks in labor
unions and called discrimination
of any kind "doubly damning."
"It damns the man who dis-
criminates and it damns the man
discriminated against," he said.
From his early youth Rabbi
Wise was imbued with a love of
Zion and when Theodor Herzl
convoked a congress of Zionists
in 1897, Wise urged the founding
of the American Zionist Federa-
tion.
Stephen Wise's associations and
relationships in the upper echelon
of American government became
influential factors in the estab-
lishment of the State of Israel.
His goal was to persuade Jews
and Christians alike that a na-
tional homeland was essential for
the survival of oersecuted Jews
all over the world.
Together with Rabbi Abba Hil-
lel Silver, Wise became both the
spokesman for liberal Judaism
and the eloquent spokesman for
modern Zionism.
With incredible foresight, he
established the Jewish Institute
of Religion, a liberal seminary
predicated on the goal of tradi-
tional Jewish education for Rab-
binic students. It was essential
that Wise bring into closer har-
mony the various groups, splin-
ters and factions ri.'hin the Jew-
ish community.
In 1049 Rabbi Stephen Wise
died, and the Jews of New York
and elsewhere mourned him as
one of their groat men. a dedi-
cated Rabbi, a suoerb orator, a
lover of justice and a fighter for
right.
TV Programs
SUNDAY, MARCH 16
"Jewish Worship Hour"
WPLG-TV, Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m.
Host:
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
Temple Menorah
Miami Beach
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Nolril Inraeli aulhor-jnurnali.t an Zvi kolilz (aMOad from left) Joined Chairman Dr. George
FrHrnkrri. (left) in oaraaeing I In- "Bailr .1. la In.l. |>. n>l-
rnria" of llir Crrali r Miami Jewi.h Federation'! ( iiI.iii-
Hrbn-K ComraiUef, Hundreds ofCuban-Hebrew raabJenh
allrmlrilllK-ilinnrral tin- II, am ill, Hotel, along with l^T.%
CtfliUaed Jewkh InpeaMsrael Energenrj Kuml Chairman
I I.. Julr Arkin (second from right) ami Ciihan-Hrlirivi
[Campaign Director Kafarl krater (rij-hl)
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(h-fl) Mary Harrison (renter) ami Reglna Kaufman he Imilding i* Chairman I By <.old*h-iii (OCOaJ
(right) the women resident* of the Corinihimi apart- Ifram right). The GMJFi \i<- l.raaioVnt ami
mini* on Miami Beaefa rxpmv*ed outMnmUng im-mmes 1975 campaign Chairman I Jain \rkin (eeoad from
[in giving ii> Ike 1975 Comhmd Jewbh Ippeal brael "-ft) *gue*< *|Hak lEmenrenej Fund at the bulldlngn annual brrakTa1
Through fnuiunl parlor im-cliny
ili** women of Greater Miami"* |enl*h
roiiiiiiuiiilv ronlinm- In dt'dicalr lltfir
effarti la Ihe racecai of ihr 1't73
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I- nirrrin \ Fund. Ont' inch funrlion
.i- lio-inl rereutlv liv Mr*. Hun
Kuiitn and Mrs. Paul Notowit/ al
Mr*. NotowiU' North Hay Itoad
hnmr. Togt-fher at the event **rrr
( 'landing, left to right) : Mr* Frank
Alter; i i.llii-tc-i- Mr*. I'aul NotO*
*it/ and Mr*. Karry kuliiii; ami gneal
peafcer Mr*. Donald Lefton. CMJF
wanton*! l>ivi.*ion Miami Itrarh
Comaalgn Coordinator: ami (-ril.il,
left to right) Mr*. Harry Alexander
and Mr*. Stanford h-rnir.

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' jmr.i speaker Elaine Siri- Winik (riphi) grreled
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82 Percent of Jewish Families
Specific
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B2 per cent of Jew-
old heads identify wiih
"ideology1:
odqjt, CjhBervative and -Re-
lOiBehoId heads, at the
i time, in this group w.i >
ave affiliations with congrega-
number less than half45.3
ent.
These arc among the late t in
a series of findings of the Nation-
r Jewish Population Study is-
sued this week i>\ the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds (CJF) in a report entitl d,
"Jewish Identit-.
"THE REPOltt fu.-us,., -i ; :
vailing attitude- i.u! ,
amor^ Jewish household heads
and members in :he United State--,
to questions of n-iigious id"ol >uy.
practice, iden:.'. at ion. and Jew-
ish education
Other high; :. of th, wid
ranging surve;> :.; -a.;.. .
Jewishness" in the home such ,-:
both Passover and Chanakah svi
ranked high a 1m < .
r- observedexceeding 80
per cent and 70 per cent respec-
tively; Sabbat'.: li !. an t .'s
noted in 36 nor cent of hou-e-
lolds Interviewed
The document provides new
neessments and keys t.- the mo-t
comprehensive and statistically
lound profile of American Jewry
heretofore undr.-ai.cn.
Previous reports on the survey
Intermarriage. Demographic
ighlights. The Jewish Aging.
lobility, and National and Re-
gional Population Counts.
NOTING THAT "an important
aspect of Jewish identity is that
"religious ideology'" quite
from any formal congreea-
tional membership, the study re-
is identification with Conser-
ve Judaism, at 405 per cent:
torm Judaism, at 30 per cent;
14 per cent with Orthodox
mtity.
Rounding out the picture are
2 per c?nt who identify thm-
'es as "nist Jewish." and a
Brothers From
Russia I nchr^o
iSreumeision Rite
Two broth (- M:0 i :-J [
Sasha, 19, L'i i -hi
Miami from >'.;--: i a
lonths ago. : t-d ;;..; n >
larents have them ri-cmcised
that the '! '< :':< their
American Jew: h friends.
Th R'te of C;re-"-n i in
miF."' '.< prohibited in
C""nmnn!il (' -
I mean- o! destroying Juda-
ism.
^frT< r? den ci t;
? A re: 1' of th- bribers'
i :atcd '" -.*
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spathic Gone-a! l'os"ita\
"t Rv Arm !> r--i i-d Vo~-
IjA* manRich-^an. \h- >' S^Vt
[^Co^rrepa""" s ...... ";
fjf1* ami, a^ed D*- "-> ......
'mi a MoheP to make arrangements
for the Brith
In attendance were Pr Suia.
Dr. Wvime Stem^m-der a^d Rnb-
bi L. Battan a M->h*l. of Shearith
Yisrael of New York.
The minyon included Jewish
doctors and intern" in their hos-
T:tal garb. After the cremonv,
the participants retired to an o'-
fce and. partook f wine s"A
rk. "omp'pi"a the Simcha of
the Erith Millah.
The doctors and the lns-"*-l
don*>'d their services. mak'- this Pite of OireuT-ision possib'e
for Misha and Sa.-ha.
I of 41 oe -.
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The -' dy -o ." to !( II I
thi trends re at differ -t ape
I' -1 Imong Jew; h h is of
households under 30 v8rs ol
age, 4.2 per cent regard them
selves as Orthodox, 35 2 n-r cent
Conservative, 28.2 per cent Re-
form, and 22 per cent 'jut Jew-
ish."
IN THE next br?ek 30 :'>
years of ace, six per cenl identify
as Orth idax, 31.1 as Conser ativ*,
35 1 per eeni a; R >f .- id 12.9
per cent as "just J swish
In the 50-64 years at: e
11 per cent referred to them-
B Orthodox 44.3 ner cent
? Conservative. 276 per cent a-
Reform, and 10.9 per cent as
"just Jewish."
The largest number identifying
a. Orthodox. 21.5 per cent, were
in the (o-and-over age bra:kit.
Within this grooPj .1 per cent
ld( ntified a= Cons rvat 26 2
per cent as Reform, and 7.8 per
cent a- "just iwish."
formal congregational mem
bership is as follows: 4(1.3 per
ci m of household heads belong
to one or mare congregations
The largest percentage, 50.7 is in
the 30-49 age croup.
They are followed closely b\
those in tiie 50-64 age bracket, at
4'2 per cent. A little more than
46 per cent of the 65-and-over
groun claim mmb"rshio. white
only 23 3 per cant of the under 30
bracket have congregational tics.
Commenting on the findings
that oniy 25 per cent of the
under-30 age group be'ong to a
rorfgregation, the CJF report
-tales that the "difference may
reflect in part the remits of oc-
cupational and mobility associa-
tions rather than attitudes. In-
cluded in this age group would
be individuals who may still be
going to school, or who are start-
ing in professions and may hav*
been a recent resident of their
community "
J WVAV National President
Making Her Offieial Visit
Mrs. Anita Gotthoffer. national
president of the Ladies Auxiliary
of the Jewish War Veterans of
the United States, will be in the
Greater Miami area this weekend
for her official visit to the De-
partment of Florida. Ladies
Auxiliary.
Mrs. Gotthoffer is a graduate
of the School of Pharmacy, Co-
lumbia University, New York.
She worked as a pharmacist a
number of years, and during this
time, she learned of the terrible
in.iu-tices to and neglect of the
ski Is. the general education and
the health of the children of mi-
nority ethnic groups.
Always a Strong believer in
every child's "Bill of Rights,"
An.ta Gotthoffer cho;e to dedi-
cate her pro'es-ional talents in
eld of education. While di*
I .:-. she attended Hof
stra Universitv, where she earn-
(3 a Ma I >r of Science degree in
elementary Education: She i.
nr>w a t Tier in th? Roosevll
Shoo! System. Roosevelt. NY
e student^ are children of
minority ethnic groups.
Anita, and her husband. Jerry
?. Gotthoffer. a oast commander
of the Solowey Po=t No. 652 in
Merrick. NY. where th"y reside,
are parents of two daughters:
the famiiy wor hios at Tem*>l9
I-rael in the Township of Mer-
rick.
Mr. Gotthoffer hi held every
appointive ar.d elective office on
;-.,-; ..v county, stat*. and na-
1 e---ls and received manv
p ~-pndviin tvr h"r h^ndr^ds
of hours dedicated in the Veterans
Admin! tratinn HoOita!; in th"1
aid t" . ltaeed ch;'o'ren and in
b:ha f of the elderly.
Pa t National President, Mrs.
Bi'Ue Kern chairperson for th
National President's visit and her
cochairperson, Mrs. Evelyn Le-
Vine, past president of the De
of activities.
A Friday mcrninr visi will be
made to the VA Hosnital in Mi-
ami and a presentation honoring
Anita Gotthoffer; a 5 o.m Dutch
treat dinner wi'.l be field at th-;
Famous Restaurant, 671 Washing
ten Ave Miami Beach.
Mrs. Gotthoffer will be guest
speaker at the Temple Beth Ra-
phael evening Sdbbath services
at 7:45 p.m. Friday.
Saturday noon, a luncheon hon-
oring Mrs. Gotthoffer will be
held in the Comedy Box Room of
the Montmartre Hotel. 4775 Col-
lins Ave., Miami Beach, under
the chairmanship of Evelyn Le-
Vine. In the evening, a visit and
presentation to Operation Re-
partment of Florida. Ladies
Auxiliary, both Miami Beach-
ites) have arranged a schedule
MRS. ANITA GOTTHOFFER
Entry has been arranged.
Sunday at 9:30 a.m.. a Council
of Administration meeting, with
Evelyn L. Ferdie, president of the
Department of Florida Ladies
Auxiliary, presiding, will be he'd
in the Bon Chance Room of the
Montrar're Hotel.
ihe Student struggle for Soviet Jewry has appealed for
Boris DarashvUi of Tibilisi (shown with his wife Natalia
and children), arrested after receiving permission to
emigrate to Israel and placed in the notorious Sichovka
menial hospital. An eyewitness said Darashvili has been
chained to a bed and injected with mind-changing drugs.
Mrs. Charlotte Stein Speaking At
Pioneer Women's Donor Luncheon
Mrs. Charlotte Stein of New
York, national president of Pi-
oneer Women, will be the prin-
cipal speaker at the annual Donor
Luncheon at the South Florida
Council of Pioneer Women Sun-
day, March 23, at noon in the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
The luncheon, one of the high-
lights of the organization's 50th
anniversary, will be chaired by
Harriet (Mrs. Milton) Green,
president of the South Florida
Council.
Eighteen chapters of the Pi-
oneer Women, Women's Labor
Zionist Organization of America,
will cooperate in staging the
yearly event, Mrs. Green said.
Mrs. Stein is a member of the
national boards of the American
Zionist Federation, Israel Hista
drut Committee and Jewish Na-
tional Fund. She also serves on
the Actions Committee of the
World Zionist Federation and is
on the executive board of the
\V( rid Organization of Pioneer
Women.
Past president of the Brooklyn
Council of Pioneer Women, she
has served as national vice pros:
dent, coordinator of the Eatrn
area and as chairman of numer-
ous national committees.
A past president of a i i.ai Con-
sumer's Leagu" in Nev. York, she
moderates a monthly radio pro-
gram in New York City (WF.VD)
reporting on activities of the Pi-
oneer Women in the United
State--, Israel and around the
world.
Through its sister organization
in Israel, the Working Women's
Council (MoeUet Hanoalot), Pi
oner Women his eUab'ished and
P3nint*;ns a vat netwirk of so-
cial service installations includ-
ing community centers, children's
homes, day nurseries, vocational
and trade schools and agricultur-
al youth towns.
Brim Is Rich, Decaffeinated
Pns-over is to b? enjoyed ... a
traditional time to celebrate with
fanrlv and friends. It's also the
perfect time to serve satisfying
Brim.
Brim'l marvelous, mel'ow fla-
vor comes from rich Colomb'in
coffee beans. And since it's also
f-7 per cer.t caffein free, there's
no need to worry about losing
any fleep after drinking this deli-
cious beverage.
You can serve Brim to a'l your
guests during Passover and they'll
just love its delicious taste and
satisfying full-bodied aroma. (In
fact, they may not even know
thev're drinking decaffeinated
coffee ... it's that good!)
Brim is available in regular
grind, electric perk and freeze-
dried instant. Buy some f^r the
holiday and fill evervone's cup
with ta am, not caffein.
David Pinski Culture Club
Literary-Musical Program
ihe Ones Shabbos of the David
Pinski Culture Club is scheduled
for 8 p.m. Fridav in the Ida Fish-
er School Cafeteria, 1424 Drcxcl
Ave.. Miami Beach.
A literary program, with music-
al entertainment, has been pre-
pared. Subject of a talk by L.
Lasavin, author and lecturer, will
be the w ll-known Yiddish poet.
Aron Lutzky; Velvel Rosenbloom
will read selectons from the
j.n-t's work and Hilda Zucker.
will entertain with a program of
Yiddish and Hebrew songs, ac-
companied by Paul Yanovsky,
mandolinist. T,:e public is in
vittd.
MRS. CHARLOTTE STEIN
Pharmacists Plan
3-Hour Seminar
Next Wednesday
The South Florida chapter of
Rho Pi Phi International Phar-
maceutical Fraternity is holding
a three hour accredited seminar
Wednesday at Washington Fed-
eial Savings and Loan. 633 NE
167th St., North Miami Beach.
Please note the change of ad-
dress.
Ri gistraHot, begins at 7 p.m.
'11 Floridian phan.iacists and
/isiting pharmacists arc invited.
Sin^e Match has been desig-
nated as National Poison Pre-
vention Month, the first speaker
will re Dr. Julia Morton, direc-
to. of the Moi ton collectanea at
University of Miami and inter-
national! v famous pharmacog-
nocist. She will lecture on "Tox-
ic Plant, of Florida."
The secono speaker will be
pharmacist Sidney Katz. owner
of Go-Organic Vitamin Products
and Imace Nutritional Supple-
ment Products.
The clo*:iig speakers will be
Dr. Robert A. Nash, head of
pharmaceutical product develop-
ment of Lederle Laboratories
and Edward M. Blake, manager
of professional services of Leder-
le Lahoratoiies of Pearl River,
N.Y. The lectures and slides will
be "The Significance of Bio-
Availabilitv."
Ben Saks of Hollywood is
chairman of the continuous edu-
cation con mit'ec.


Page 14-B
f-Jenist fk-radliain
Friday, March 14, 1975
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 75-6159
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: Tiif marrtaun of
JEANNE ( BJBNNENIE.
Wife. -W
and
LORISIt'.-. RlENNENrE.
1 husband,
YOU. U HUSTON. BIENNENIE.
I. -iil.ru.-.- unknown.' fere r.-uui-
file vtmr answer to the Petition for
dissolution of miirrJMKA with the Clerk
of the above Court and serve a conv
thereof upon petitioner's attorney.
Herman Cohen. Baa., 822 B.W. 1st
Street. Miami. Florida, 83180 on or
before March II. 1976. or else Petition
will !> oonfesaed.
Dated: Feb 24. i76
Rluhard P. Brtnker.
Clerk. Circuit Court
Hv 1! .1 H'ny
Deoutv Clerk
2/28 8'7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under Hie fictitious name of
ROQBR8 AUTO SUPPLY at number
. W 88th Street. In the City of
Miami. Florida, intends to register
the -.id name with the clerk of the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOH
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 75-418
In Re: Estate "f _
run.ii' c iLOWITZ
deceased. _
NOTICB TO CREDITORS
it Court ot Hade County. Florida. ... JSLjJCX. ....a Ml Persons Hav-
Dated at M ami Florida, this 26th M'^l*^^ AtSnBt Said
d;,\ oi" Fehruarv. 11'..'.. >Vt.
ALJJCK-8 ENTERPRISES. INC. t-^are horebv notified and reouir-
Bv: Ailick Epstein Pre-
DAVID P CATSMAN
HhUferneyfor Applicant
:' s i-: 2nd .Avenue
Miami. Florida 33131
8/7-14-21-88
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
hv virtu.- of Chapter 678 Florida Stat-
utes Annotated (1941) Warehouseman
and Warehouse Recelpti Wherein AB-
HOTT MiiVINil STORAGE CO.. a
Florida oorporation by virtue of its
warehouse lien lias in Its DOSSl sail n
the following described property,
Used Household Roods as the property
of CLIFFORD STEWART, whose last
known address was 17:..'. N.W. Beth
Street, Miami. Florida, and thai on
tli.- L'Mh day of March, I9T8 during the
legal hours of sale mainly between
11:00 forenoon and 2:00 In the after-
noon at 8186 N W. 84th Avenue Mi-
ami. Florida the undersigned shall
offer for sale to the highest bidder
for ash in h:.ml the abovi di
pronem of i LIPFORD STKWAKT.
Dal..I al Miami. Florida, this 3rd
(lav of March. 1975.
____________________________3/7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrtag to engage
in husiness under the fictitious name
of Coastal States Financial Corpora-
tion d/b/a Coastal States Financial
Agency al 1860 Mndruga Avenue.
Coral Gablaa, Florida intends to reg-
ister laid name wilh the < 'lerk of the
Circuit Court of Had.- County. Florida.
C.F.OP.CF. SAMPAS. HSUl'IKE
Attornev for Coastal States
Financial Corporation
2/21-28 3/7-14
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigneu. desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of IGLESIA EVANGEL-ICA INTER-
AMERICANA al 7H6 N.W. 29th Street.
Miami. Florida. Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
REINALDO BOKOES
2/21-28 3/7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-6257
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
The marriage of
ALPHEGE DION, husband
and
VESTA A DION. wife.
TO: VESTA A. DION
BOX 131
PIMA. ARIZONA
YOU ARE HEKK15Y NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are renuired to serve a copy sf
your written defenses. If any, to It on
AKTH1R H. LIPSON. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 1980 SO.
OCEAN DRIVE. HALLANDAI.E.
FLORIDA 83009. .-md fil.- the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before April 2, 1976! other-
wise a default will he entered against
you for tin relief demanded in the
complaint or petition
WITNESS tin hand and the seal of
said coiirl at Miami. Florida on this
25th d-iv "f February. 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
11 -V c. untv. Florida
Bv I SNEEDEN
\- Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Courl Seal)
I 18 3 7-14-31
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
In Re: Estate 'if
HENHV RFSNIK
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Betate:
You are herehv notified and renuir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which vou mav have against the es-
tate of HENRY RESNIK. de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the Circuit Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file tli. same in duplicate and
as provided In Section 733.16. Florida
Statules. In their offices in the Coun-
iv ( ourthouae in Dads County. Flor-
ida within four calendar months from
the time of th.- first publication here-
of, or the same ;ii be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 5th
day of March. AD. ll'Tr.
FANNY RESNIK
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
on the 7lh dnv of March. 1975.
KWITNBY. KHOi* &
SdlF.INBERG F A
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida 33139
Attorney 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. 75-999
In Re: Estate of
ELIZA BETH H. COLLINS
deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Cairns or Demands Against Said
K; I..K-:
You are herebv notified and reouir-
ed to present anv claims and demands
which vou mav have against the es-
tate of ELIZABETH H. COLLINS de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the Circuit Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate and
as provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse ir, Dade Countv. Flor-
ida within four calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the samp will he barred.
Piled at Miami. Florida, this 5th
day of March. AD. 1975.
ANNE BRADLEY
MARC1A C LEE
As Executrices
publication of this notice on
7th dav of March. 1975.
n. Goldstein & Paczier
for Executrices
Firs'
on the
GolCm
Attoi
24i" .
Miami.
^lagler Street.
Fla. 33135
3/7-14
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE C'KCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
C'VIL ACTION NO. 75-6317
ACTION' FOR DISSOLUTION
<""F MARRIAGE
IN RE MARRIAGE OF
ION A i \NCHEZ.
i -1 Petitioner,
M.\l: EL i:.\MIKEZ
DE s :/..
\\ olid. nt.
TO: i 'i.i Isabel Ramirez
hei
-.7.-,
\ircs. Argentina
America >
YOI HEREBY NOTIFIED
that for Dissolution of Mar-.
riage n filed against you and
you ;i "'-'I to serve a copy of
your defenses, If anv. to it
on G Sostchln, Esuulre. at-
torne> tinner, whose address
is 1' 12th Avenue. Miami.
Florid: lie the original with the
clerk v tvled court on or
Into !97".: otherwise a dc-
faul n(.....d against you for
the I n the complaint
or i I
Tl published once
ead tisecutlve weeks
in OISIDIAN.
\ and the seal of
sab '-'lorlda on this
25ii
INKER.
uil Court
-'lorida
' GADO
. ''erk
ti
<;i V. ESQUIRE
1 >
M 1-4555)
er
!fl 3/7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
"LORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 75-1023
IN i STATE OF
Ml 'KICK,
eel.
TICE OF PROBATE
Tl TE OF FLORIDA:
Tl PERSONS INTERESTED
II SSTATE OF SAID DECE-
1)
hereby notified that a writ-
te in nt purporting to be the
la id t.-siam.-nt of said dece-
d. een admitted to probate In
s; You are herebv commapd-
h six calendar months from
II f the first publication of
tl to appear in said Court
:n .-alls.-, if any you can. why
tl of said court in admitting
probate should not stand
u
Ircull Court Judge
Ii P. BRINKER, Clerk
\RLOTTE W QIRARD
l i.-outv (!]erk
yJOSEPH BCHMIER
:. Lincoln Road.
Beach. Florida 831S9
SKI Ml NESBITT
llcatlon of this notice on
I v of February. 1976. Pub-
I : JEWISH FLOHIDIAN.
( art Seal I
2/28 3/7-14-21
'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVE-TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
lORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
-.WYNN PARKER
PROBATE NO. 75-1036
te of
HOFFMAN
ICE TO CREDITORS
tors and All Persons Hav-
-rebv notified and reoulr-
t anv claims and demands.
may have against the '--
RAHAM HOFFMAN de-
of Dade Countv. Florida,
t Judges of Dade Countv.
same In duplicate and as
Section 733.16. Florida
their offices In the Coun-
Use In Dade County. Flor-
"ur calendar months from
he first publication here-
me will be barred.
Miami. Florida, this 3rd
h. A.D. 1976.
WIIN BERNSTEIN
Administrator
-ntlon of this notice on
Of March. 1975.
rMENT, WKINSTEIN
,-. R
er. Ks.iuire
Estate
'oilfrev Road
Florida
3/7-14
ed to present anv claims and demands
:,.which -vou niav have against the JS-
,.,,. ,,, run.if GALOWITZ de-
oeased late of Pad.- County. Florida.
to the Circuit Judges of Hade Coun-
tv. and file the same in duplicate and
:,> provided In Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
tv Courthouse in Dade Countv. Flor-
ida within four calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Filed al Miami. Florida, this 4th
dav of March. A.D. 1976
MORTON GALEN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
on the 7th dav of March. 1975.
FROMBERG FROMBERG &
ROTH. PA.
BY: H Allan Shore
Attorney for Estate of Philip GalowitZ
1301 N.E. Miami Ga-dens Drive.
North Miami Beach. Florida
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
IN HE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
BLISEO RUIZ.
Husband.
MERCEDES BC'JAN RUIZ.
Wife.
Ti .
MERCEDES Bl'JAN KI'IZ
Residence Address I'nkimwn
YOTl ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
vou are renuired to serve a conv of
vour written defenses if any. to it on
Albert L Carrlcarle. attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address Is 2491 N.W.
7th Street, Miami. Florida .1.1125. and
file the erlginal with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before April
11. 197": otherwise a default will be
entered against vou for the relief
demanded in the complaint or peti-
tion.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
4th dav of March. 1975.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
Bv B. PEREZ
As Denutv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ALBERT L CARRICARTE. PA.
2491 N.W. 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33125
Attornev for Petitioner
3/7-14-21-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 75-841
In RE: Estate of
OI.GA SOI.OT
deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are herebv notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you mav have against tli. es-
tate of o'.oa soi.ot deceased
late of Dade Countv. Florida.
to the Cir.nit Judges of Hade Countv.
and file the sami In duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthousi i-i Dad. County, Flor-
ida, within four calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the Mine will be barred.
Filed al Miami Florida, this 26th
dav of February A D 1975
SEYMOUR HALPBRN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 7th dav of March. 1976.
HERBERT SEIDE1 BSO
.'' n.-v for K- tate
L___>:israv:io Blvd.
3/7-14
TO:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring 1o engage In
business under the fictitious name ot
GLL ASSOCIATES at number 14.no
Blscayne Boulevard, in the city of
Miami. Florida, intend to register the
said name with the Clerk of Jthe-Cir-
cuit I ourt of Had.- County. Florida
I .-, al Miami, '"orida this :t,th
dav c: February. 1975.
GLORIA l.l'RIA
LAURA BRAV5 ER
LILLIAN GROSS
MYERS. KAPLAN LEVINSpN
BY: EDWARD E I.EVINSON
Attorn.-v for Applicant
I Brlckell Avenue
Miami. Florida 33131 3,7.14.2i.28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HAYDEN HOUSE at 4744 N.E. Miami
Court. Miami. Florida 33137. intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florid
P. H. ALFOP.DOwner
3-7-14-21-28
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 OFi
FREDERICK J RADLEIN,
Pi tltloner-Husband,
GLORIA B. RADLEIN.
Respondent-Wife.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
GLORIA B. RADLEIN
Respondent
126 Nassau Avenue
I'le.-nort, Ixing Island.
New York.
YOi: ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an aollon for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed against you
and vou are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses. If any. to
it on GEORGE J. TAIJANOFF. At-
torney for Petitioner, whose address
is 42" Lincoln Road. Miami Beach.
Florida. 33139. and file the original
with the Clerk of the above-styled
Court on or before April 2. 1975 other-
wise a default will he entered against
vou for the relief demanded in the
comnla nt or nciition.
This notice shall be published once
each week 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. 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Cl.-rk Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: i.. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Courl Seal)
GE J. TAIJANOFF. ESQ.
420 Lincoln Load
.Miami Beach. Florida
2/28 3/7-14-21
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. 75-6731
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE- THE MARRlA'iEOF:
i LIAS CRUZ !< tltloner.
and
El.lo CRUZ. Ri spondent
'i i: elio Cruz
Unloi ''' Alti -
Mlramar Bantur :e
Puerto Rico 01
YOU ABE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against vou and
vou are renuired to serve a conv of
vour written defenses if any. to it on
ADOLFo KOSS, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose addre.-s is 101 N.W. l-'h
Avenue. Miami. Florida 33128. and file
the original with the clerk of the
above Styled court on or before April
11. 1976: otherwise a default will be
entered against vou for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week tor four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
saiii court at Miami. Flni'ida on this
28th day of February. 1975.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By T I) DEI.GADO
As Deputy Clerk
fCircult Court Seal)
ADOLFO Koss. ESOt'IRE
Attornev for Petitioner
101 N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
_____________________________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. 75-6155
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: MARRIAGE OF:
JOANNE NATALIE NATHAN
Wife
and
HOWARD A. NATHAN
Husband
TO: Howard A. Nathan
c o Sol Nathan, Bao.
6200 15 Avenue
Brooklyn. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
vou are renuired to serve a copy of
vour written defenses if any. to it on
STANLEY Iv GOODMAN, attorney
for Petitioner, wine,- address I
N.W. 62nd Street, Miami, Florida
88147, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled courl on or
befon April 4. in;:., otherwise a de-
fault will be entered againa! you for
the rellel demanded In the complaint
or petition.
'I his notice shall be Published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
84th dav of February. i!'7.V
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade < lounty, Florida
Bv A D. WADE
Li l ii Duty cl.-rk
(Clrcull Courl Seal)
26X8 N W. 62nd Street
Miami. Flo, Iila 83147
Attorney for Petitioner
________________________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
C'VIL ACTION NO. 75-6158
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
'ARRIAGE OF:
JONES
IN I
JANIE
\
d
AK'I : J( i.NES
usband
TO "II ll( JONES
DENCE INKNOWN
< RE HEREBY NOTIFIED
tha tion for Dissolution of Mar-
ring been filed against vou and
V uuired to serve a copy of
you ii defenses if anv. to it on
' E. GOODMAN, attorney
for i ir, whose address la L'css
-N ^ I Street, Miami. Florida
am the original with the
clei .- above styled coxrt on or
I- 14. 1976: otherwise a de-
rail .nt,red against you for
11.....inanded in the complaint
-
e shall be published once
or four consecutive weeks
W'sil FLORIDIAN.
I my hand and the s.-al of
Miami. Florida on this
February, 1975.
HA I'D I' BRINKER
irk Circuit Court
- i Count... Florida
\ I>. WADE
\- De iuu Clerk
s
Street
8147
Petitioner
: 88 8/7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THS
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-5932
In RE: Estate of
VICTOR ROBERT E.MANUEL
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AM Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
You are hsrebv notified and reouir-
..l to present any claims and demands
which nou mav have acainsj the es-
tate of VHTolt ROBERT BMANUEL
.i.e. as. d !..: of Pad.- County. Florida.
to the Cir.uil Judges of Dade Countv.
and fib thi same In duplicate and aa
provided In Si :tion 733.16, Florida
Statutes i'i their offices In the Coun-
tv Courthouse In Dade Countv. Flor-
ida within four calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will he barred.
Filed al Miami. Florida, this 27th
lav of February, A.D 1975.
FU A N CINE EM A NITEL
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 7th day of March. 1975.
HERBERT SE1DEL. ESQ.
Attornev for Estate
2212 Blscavne Blvd.
3/7-14
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 FEKRETTI.
Petitioner.
and
D( IMINGl l FF.URETTI.
Respondent
TO: DOMINGO FERRETTI
fResldenci i Fnknown)
yoi) ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mai
riai- has been filed against you and
VOU are renuired to serve a copy of
vour written defenses, if any, to It on
ADOLFO Koss. attornev for Peti-
tioner, whose address is 101 N.W, 12th
Avenue, and file the original with the
cl.-rk of the above style.I court on or
b.-fi re April 11, 1976: otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against vou for
the relief demanded In the complaint
or oetitlt n
This notl e shall be published once
each wet k lor four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH F1.<>KID!AN.
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
Bald court at .Miami. Florida on this
28th dav of February. 1975.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
A- 'lerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
Bv T D DEI OADO
As- Denutv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal>
ADOLFO KOSS. ESOT'IRE
Attornev for Petitioner
111 N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
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. 75-6590
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RF:: THE MARRIAGE OF:
EDWARD JAMES MULLANE.
Husband
and
NEI I IF. ACNES MULLANE,
Wife
TO: NELLIE ACNES MULLANE
3 Hillsview Street
Canton. Massachusetts
YOI' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an a. tlon tor Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against vou and
v -i--" r.....1.....-' tn prve a copy of
vour written defenses, if anv, to it on
BAXTER FRIEDMAN, ROBBINS *
i-1.-> iiek. attorneys for Husband.
whose addr.....b 1876 N.E. 163rd
street. North Miami Beaqh, Florida
33162. and file th. original with the
cl.-rk of the above stvled court on or
Vin-il II. 1975; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered ngnlnsl vou for
the i.-iief demanded In the complaint
01 o.-tition
This notice 1 hall be published once
each we. fot m cutlvi w '.s
In THE JEWISH I" ( IRIDIAN.
WITNESS mv hand and the seal ot
lid court at Miano. Florida on this
27th dav of February 1978
llicn v......R1NKER
A- C'i rk Circuit c.urt
Dadt i'..... v Florida
Hv n '"" '-v.
A- I i.-.-ti- v Clerk
(Clrcull Cou.t Real)
BAXTER FRIEDM v' ROBBINS
FISCHER
75 N.E. 163rd Street
North Miami '' Florida 33162
' '" 7696
Bv HARVEY 1: J.....
Attorn, y ...1
3'7-14-21-2I
NOTICE U'r>ER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS H GIVEN that
the undersign..I to engage
in business undo- tltloua name
.f SUNSET rt'ES' :d CAL CEN-
TER at numne Sunset Drive.
In the City of da. intends
to register m with the
'" rfc of the Cit urt of Dade
' ounty. l-'iiit -'
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day of Febnr < :
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NOTICE UNDER
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' OTICE I rVBN that
under 1 to engage
I \venue,
Miami. FI01 fictitious
of U S intends
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Riverside.
FRKEDMAN. Nail.an. of Miami
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GROSS Jaci \ of Miami
Beach. Bla- i,.-t
KATZMAN. William P.. ii7. of Miami
Beach. liiw 'I'
KAY. Harr\ '-. of North Miami
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Riverside
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MESS1NOER, Pav. 77. of Miami
Beach. Riverside
SCHARF, Belle, of Miami Beach
Blasbera
si ill ISSEL. Abraham, 81, of Miami
Beach Newman
HOROW ITZ Irvlna T. 69. of North
Miami Beai h I evltt.
KAF1 OWIT2 Ben. 86. of Miami
Beach, Riverside
OWEN. Harry. 78. ..f Miami.
Riverside
STEKNBERO. Louis. 86. of Miami
Beach Riverside.
TAUB. Cello ..( Mlnmi Beach
i;i\ erolde.
CO WEN a Samuel, si. of Miami
Beach, Gordon.
FRANKLIN. Sid 8.. 6.1. of Mlnmi.
Blasbera.
Him. h Riverside.
(i'i| DBERO Anna D.. 74. of Miami
UOl DMAN. Chariee, 76, of Miami
Beaoh. mustier*.
GOODMAN. Heleti,R. si. of Miami
Newman.
HOFFMAN. Abraham 7". of North
Miami Beach Levitt.
KORACH. Hortense. 81. of Bav Har-
bour. Blasbera
I KVY. Morris. S2. of Miami Beach.
Blaabera,
NEWMAN Israel. IS, of Miami
Beach. Riverside.
KKINSTEIN. Sam. 83. of North Miam
Bench. Levitt
SIII1H OV8KY. Julius. fiS. of Miami
Beach, i'.onion
BBODIE. Dudley n. so. of Miami
Beai-h Riverside Interment Mt.
Nebo t'emeterv.
HAVHkiFF. Itohert 11 of Washlna-
ton. D.C Kiversiil.
PRANKEL. Florence. 61. of Miami.
Gordon. Interment Mt. Nebo
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IIIUSCH Cella. S2. of Miami. River-
side intet ment Mount Nebo
Cemetery.
SCHWARTZ. Samuel. 7J. of Miami.
Gordon Interment Mt Nebo
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SEIOEI MAN. Saul. 80 of Miami
Beach, Uordon.
AVRATINEH, Abraham. 7 of Miami
Beach Riverside
HA CM El.. Morris. 69. of Miami
Beach, i evitl
BE18PIEL, Ales. 77. Miami Beach.
Blasbera,
BENJAMIN Issael, 68. of Delray
Bench, Gordon
BIEDA, Sarah. 79. of Miami Beach.
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Beach Blasbera.
PRADKIN, Bentamln. 91. of Miami
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KES8I Kit. Dora, 74. of Miami Beach.
Riverside.
K1 UGERMAN Rose. 84. of Miami.
Riverside,
MAI G. i Ibby. 74. of Miami Beach.
Newman.
MPl'ENHEI.M. Sarah. 81. of Miami
Beach. Riverside
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POZARNE Hnrrv, 71. r>f Miami
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RYAN. Samuel. 7". of North Miami
Beach Cordon.
SAI KIND Charles. 86. of Miami
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Si'HECTER. Bessie. SS. of North
Miami Beach. Levitt.
SCHEIMAN. Abe. so. of North Miami
Beaoh. I^evitt.
\BRAMOWITZ. Adolf. !'iV of North
Miami Bench Levitt.
DIN8TEIN. Mildred. 87. of Miami
Beach Blaabera.
EMD1N. Sum. 64. of North Miami
Beaoh, i.evitt.
PI8HKIN Louis. 77. of Miami Beach,
Blaabera.
GOl l>. Charles I... S3, of Miami
Beach, Riverside,
IOTTI IEB. Hyman. 7!-. of Miami
Reach, Newman.
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Mortality Rate in Mice
LEGAL N07ICE
REHOVOT Weizmann Insti-
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Ci-;i IA AIINnl.D
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUO'CIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FL OR'DA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO 75-5372
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
'X RE: THE y w.f.i Km-: OF
, AI'Kir. KOVACS.
Petitioner.
RICHARD A. KOVAC8,
Reel......len
ni: RH -HARD A KOVAC8
;?" East STih Street
New fork. N v
Vm RICHARD A KOVACS. are
hereby notified that n Petition for
Dissolution of Mart lat has been fi'eil
aeainst irou, and vrnj are reuulred to
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