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~ Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WfFifty
Volume 49 Number 16
o mt k. shochet April 16,1876 Miami, Florida Friday, April 16, 1976 By \u>i soc.
7 Sections$2.00
Passover and Bicentennial Form Natural Link
By RABBI SAMUEL SILVER
TVUM A straight line between Passover
and the Bicentennial. This land was found-
ed by people who clung to the ideals of the
Jewish Bible.
The Pilgrims implanted within the soil of
America the belief that every human being is
sacred.
Judaism teaches that every individual has
a touch of the Divine. Therefore, we must re-
spect our neighbor. And in this shrinking world,
everyone who resides on Spaceship Earth is a
neighbor.
THE DOCTRINE of reverence for all hu-
man beings is the basis of the Passover saga.
That doctrine is also one of the cardinal com-
ponents of our nation, when it operates at its
noblest.
The Pilgrims regarded themselves as latter-
day Israelites. They thought of King George as
Pharaoh. They limned and hymned this new
land as the new Palestine, the land of promise.
It is true that the U.S. does not always ad-
Continued on Page 11-A
poun out thy wpath upon the nations that
know thee not ano upon the kingdoms that
call not upon thy name .
Sharon Attacks Gov't.
For Knuckling to U.S.
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVTV (JTA)
Reserve Gen. Ariel Sharon
declared that he resigned as
an advisor to Premier Yit-
zhak Rabin because the
present government is in-
capable of standing up to
the United States. He said
Israel must risk confronta-
tion and stand up to Wash-
ington if it does not want to
be abandoned by the U.S. as
was South Vietnam.
Sharon's remarks were
made during an interview
Apr. 6 on the popular "Mo-
ked" television program, an
Continued on Pane 14-A
PRESIDENT VOWS HE WILL... 15-A
Ford Veto Would Bring
Wave of Unemployment
Callaghan Will be More Reserved
Toward Israel Needs Than Wilson
Behind K.
Speech To
AJCong.
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON(JTA)
The more than 500 persons
from throughout the country
who gathered in the L'En-
fant Plaza Hotel for the con-
clusion of the American Jew-
ish Congress biennial con-
vention treated the first Jew-
ish Secretary of State's first
meeting with a Jewish or-
ganization with appreciation
and friendliness.
They rose and applauded
Henry A. Kissinger when he
appeared, and they dupli-
cated the cordiality when
he left.
WHEN HE emphasized his
assurances of permanent Amer-
ican commitment to Israel he
received warm applause, but for
most of his speech billed in
Continued on Page 8-A
B MAURICE SAMUELSON
LONDON (JTA) Compared with Harold Wilson,
James Callaghan is bound to appear less favorably dis-
posed towards Israel. However, this is less a reflection on
Britain's new Prime Minister than on his predecessor's
extraordinary popularity with the Jewish community and
his close ties with Israeli leaders.
But in Callaghan's two
JERUSALEM (JTA) Mo-
she Zanbar. Governor of the
Bank of Israel, warned here
that if Israel does not receive
the extra $550 million in U.S.
aid to cover the transitional
quarter between fiscal 1976 and
fiscal 1977, unemployment in
this country would soar to 80,-
000.
The additional foreign aid
funding for the three-month
period June 30-Oct. 1 is before
ihe U.S. Congress but is op-
posed by the Ford Administra-
tion. Zanbar presented this is-
sue as an example of why it was
undesirable for the Israeli eco-
nomy to be totallv dependent
on the U.S.
HE SAID that under the
present circumstances, depend-
ence was so complete that "po-
liticians in Washinpton can de-
Continued on Page 13-A
FROM 2,000
Lebanon's
Jews Down
To 300
TEL AVIV(JTA)A French
tourist who met a Lebanese
Jewish leader in Cyprus re-
cently reported here mat only
300 to 400 Jews remain in strife-
torn Lebanon out of a commu-
nity of 2,000 before the civil
war in that countrv
He also said that, according
Continued on Page 14-A
NEW VIEW OF HISTORY
in
years as Foreign Secretary,
there has been little sign of
divergence between the two
men over the handling of
Middle q policies.
THE MOST significant aspect
of Callaghan's thinking on the
Middle East concerns his at-
titude towards the Palestinian
Arab question. Three years ago,
as opposition spokesman on for-
eign affairs, Callaghan referred
to the Palestinian question as
simply a refugee problem re-
quiring a "humane solution."
However, 14 months later, his
views had changed. After a fly-
ing visit to Egypt and Israel
shortly after the Yom Kippur
War, Callaghan said he would
like all sides in the Mideast to
Continued on Page 2-A
Jews Were Behind Hitler
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTA) A lecturer at the Fed-
eral University in Brasilia has claimed that Hitler was a
tool of German Jews who broug|him to power because
"they expected from him better wbr
inomic possibilities in
Germany."
That version of history was given by Prof. Lucas Wajes
Continued on Page 10-A
WHIR REPORTS FORD IS Pl/ZZtfO'
Israel to Blame for Tensions
By TUVIA MENDELSON
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Max Fisher, chairman of
the Jewish Agency Board
of Governors, said here that
the current feelings of ten-
sion between Israel and the
United States tarere being
generated by the Israeli
press.
He said they were not ap-
parent in the U.S. and that,
in fact, President Ford with
whom he met only 10 days
ago in Washington, was puz-
zled as to where the tension
came from.
FISHER, a close personal
friend of the President, spoke
to Israeli newsmen at a press
conference following the end of
the Board of Governors meet-
ing. Yosef Almogi, chairman of
the Jewish Agency and World
Continued on Page 3-A
MAX FISHER


Pae 2-A
JewlsiiHcrkMrMi
Friday, April 16, 1976
Are Syrian Troops in Lebanon?
TEL AVIV (JTA)
Reports persisted this week
that Syrian army regulars,
disguised as members of the
Syrian backed Al Saiqa ter-
rorist group, are deployed
in key positions in Lebanon.
Al Saiqa units were report-
ed to be in the outskirts of
Beirut. They were reported
to have occupied the Leba-
nese Port of Sidon, south of
Beirut, the location of large
oil refineries.
THERE HAS been no confir-
mation of these reports which
have emanated from both rival
factions in Lebanonthe right-
wing Christian falangists and
the leftist leader Kamal Jum-
blat.
It was Jumblat's claim that
the Al Saiqa units were actual-
ly Syrian soldiers. He also
charged that Syria was trying
to impose a ceasefire at a time
Callaghan Won't
Be as Friendly
As Wilson Was
Continued from Page 1-A
"recognize the right of the Pal-
estinian people to be represent-
ed at direct negotiations and to
see a personality defined for
them in the final settlement."
CALLAGHAN has stuck to
this view since becoming For-
eign Secretary and has repeated
it in Parliament. Wilson used
a similar formula when ad-
dressing Jewish audiences in
the past week.
Callaghan is also on the rec-
ord as saying that although the
British Labor Party sought good
relations with all Middle East
countries, "that does not mean
deserting old friends in order
to cultivate new ones nor
would anyone have much re-
spect for us if we did."
He returned from his Middle
East tour in 1974 deeply im-
pressed by President Anwar
Sadat of Egypt as a man of
peace.
"ISRAEL'S unique experi-
ment in democratic socialism
can only survive in the long
run in a climate of peace.'* he
said, adding that Israel's lead-
ers faced "more difficult deci-
sions than those facing Arabs."
Although he has not been as
close to the Jewish community
as Wilson, Callaghan has been
sensitive to the question of So-
viet Jewry. He claimed in 1973
that he had raised the issue dur-
ing a visit to the Kremlin.
He also testified to the effec-
tiveness of demonstrations in
the West and urged that they
should continue. Only last
month, as Foreign Secretary, he
raised the Jewish question
with Soviet Foreign Minister
Andrei Gromyko.
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Israeli circles are inclined to
accept the reported entry of
Syrian units into Lebanon as
authentic.
The belief here is that Damas-
cus has deliberately avoided
publicizing the presence of its
forces in Lebanon and has re-
ported to the Al Saiqa disguised
so as not to give Israel grounds
for intervention.
THE U.S. is aware of these
events but is also desirous of
preventing an Israeli-Syrian
confrontation while at the same
time supporting the efforts of
Syrian President Hafez Assad to
achieve a ceasefire in Lebanon,
Israeli circles said. The official-
ly stated U.S. policy has been
that it would tolerate no out-
side intervention in Lebanon by
either Syria or Israel.
Meanwhile, Israeli Chief of
Staff Gen. Mordechai Gur told
a group of visiting American
businessmen that Israel regards
the events in Lebanon as an
no danger to Israel's borders,
tion of who rules that country
a matter of purely local con-
cern.
He said that Israel has not
concentrated forces on the
northern border and will not
intervene as long as there was
no danger to Israels borders.
GUR, WHO met with the
Americans at Kiryat Shemona
after they toured the Golan
Heights, said he didn't believe
there would be a Middle East
War in 1976 but warned that
the chances for war will in-
crease in the next two years
unless there is a political ad-
vance toward peace because the
Egyptians, by then, will have
received large quantities of
weapons from the west.
The Chief of Staff indicated
that Israel's immediate concern '
was the security of its eastern
frontiers. He said the Arabs
have concentrated some 3,700 !
tanks on Israel's Eastern bor-
ders and, together with the
Egypnans, Israel would have to
face more than 7,000 enemy
tanks in the event of a new war
HE SAID the Arabs have 60 ,
operational air bases near Is-
rael's borders.
Gen. Gur stressed the import- '
X?ewL,tht American role in
the Middle East. But he observ-
ed that the worsening of Egyp-
tian-Soviet relations does not '
automatically reduce the effec- '
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Israel to Blame for New Tension-Fisher
Continued from Page 1-A
Zionist Organization Executives,
participated in the press con-
ference.
The Detroit industrialist said
he would "suggest very strong-
ly that the Israeli press handle
differently the relations be-
tween Israel and the U.S."
Declaring that he did not 'find
the same tensions in the U.S."
and that "in all fairness," what
is reported here "Is not quite
accurate," Fisher warned that
"if you highlight minor differ-
ences then you lead to major
disagreements."
FISHER himself sought to
give Israelis a different perspec-
tive on two immediate issues
that are regarded as- largely
responsible for the current dis-
pleasure in Israel with the Ford
Administration. One is the Ad-
ministration's projected sale of
six C-130 transport planes to
Egypt which Israelis fear will
mark the opening of a U.S. arms
pipeline to Egypt.
The other is the President's
opposition to additional foreign
aid funding for the three-month
transitional quarter between the
end of fiscal 1976 June 30 and
the beginning of fiscal 1977 Oct.
1. The matter is now before
Congress and if apnroved, Israel
Anti-Semitic
Book Due
In Russia
LONDON (JTA) The
author of an inflammatory anti-
Semitic book in the Soviet
Union will shortly be publish-
ing another work of a similar
nature, according to a Soviet
source quoted here by the In-
stitute of Jewish Affairs.
The forthcoming book, en-
titled "Invasion Without Arms,"
is by Vladimi rYakovlevich Be-
gun, a journalist from Minsk.
The title is the same as one
of the chapters of his earlier
book, "Creeping Counter-Revo-
hition," published two years
ago.
DR LUSASZ Hirszowicz, of
the Institute of Jewish Affairs,
said that Begun's first book was
blatantlv anti-Jewish and de-
signed to rekindle or strengthen
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would receive an additional
$550 million in U.S aid.
Fisher said he would person-
ally use whatever influence he
has to see that Israel receives
the extra money.
HOWEVER he noted that in
the last 27 months Israel has
received over $4 billion from
the U.S. Israel also must under-
stand President Ford's position,
Fisher said, and realize that it
is very difficult for the Presi-
dent to approve an additional
$550 million in aid for Israel
when he faces a $49 billion de-
ficit at home.
Fisher claimed that Israel was
making "too big an issue" over
the sale of six transport planes
to Egypt. He said Israel should
try to view the sale from the
point of view of the general
balance in the Middle East. It
should be understood that the
U.S. is committed to maintain
the security of Israel.
However, the U.S. is friendly
with Egypt as well "and only a
major power which is friendly
to all sides of the Middle East
conflict can try to find an agree-
ment," Fisher said. "One has to
look at the record of Israel-US.
relations and not at individual
circumstances."
REPLYING to questions, Fish-
er denied allegations that Ford
has "written off the Jewish
vote in this year's Presidential
elections. "No candidate can
give up the big Jewish popula-
tion concentrations" in states
like New York. Florida, Califor-
nia and Pennsylvania and Presi-
dent Ford has not, Fisher said.
Referring to the Board of
Governors meeting, Fisher said
the "sensitive problem of the
constructive funds" was dis-
cussed.
He said he hoped the Board
would reach a finai recom-
mendation to be presented to
the Jewish Agency's General
Assembly this summer.
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was the first time he had par-
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Board of Governors meeting,
said he was greatly impressed
bv Fisher's dedication, talents
and abilities.
He said the WZO Executive
would reach a final recom-
tion that the Jewish Agency
directly allocate money to the
various Zionist parties for the
constructive fund and that the
Jewish Agency's controller
would oversee the use of the
money by the parties.
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Friday, April 16, 1976
Passover is Forever
Passover is the backdrop against which we
repeat the story of man's struggle to be free from
bondage. It reminds us of his continuing struggle
to be master of his own fate.
The holiday we are currently celebrating fea-
tures more religious symbols to underscore this
struggle than almost any other Jewish holiday.
It is these symbols the "charoseth," the
"marror," the "zroah," the "karpas" that place
Passover within the context of our religious and
historical past, and that also make the holiday a
continuing celebration of man's determination to
triumph in this struggle for freedom.
Altogether, Passover is one of the most uni-
versal holidays in the Jewish calendar one that
is warmest and nearest to our hearts and forever
meaningful.
The President's Puzzlement
In Jerusalem as chairman of the Jewish Agency
Board of Governors to attend budget meetings of that
organization, Max Fisher last week delivered himself
of a pronunciamento:
The industrialist opined that President Ford, who
is a close friend of his, has confessed that he is puzzled
by the growing tensions between the United States and
Israel.
According to Fisher, the President doesn't know
where they come from, and furthermore, Mr. Ford is
quite certain that they are not anywhere manifest in
the United States itself.
Ergo: It is the Israeli press that is fomenting the
tension.
The feeling we get from all of this is that Mr.
Fisher believes the President is right in his assessment,
and that Mr. Fisher is indeed puzzled, too.
If that is so, the problem is a simple one. Instead
of talking to each other, both the President and Mr.
Fisher ought to get out of their isolation booth and talk
to the American people specifically, to American
Jews.
In light of his distinguished role as a Jewish philan-
thropic leader, we would not have thought this would
be necessary for Mr. Fisher. Perhaps we are wrong.
to
b
Reasoning is Circular
For starters, they might pay some heed to Secre-
tary of State Henry Kissinger, who at a meeting the
other week of the American Jewish Congress in Wash-
ington, allowed that Israeli journalists are raving pa-
ranoiacs perhaps this is where Mr. Ford went to get
his understanding of the growth in tensions that puz-
zles him.
Then, Mr. Ford might assess his threat last week
to veto any foreign aid bill that would include extra
funds for Israel.
After that, he might assess his foreign policy, which
increasingly pushes Israel against the wall, increasing-
ly demands concessions from her in the name of peace,
while extracting no demands from the Arabs: for ex-
ample, a simple Arab statement of non-belligerency
toward Israel.
After that, he might assess his not-so-subtle inten-
tion of ultimately recognizing the Palestine Liberation
Organization and the growing Arab pressure to wrest
control of Jerusalem back into their own grimy little
hands that once destroyed hundreds of synagogues in
the city, destroyed the Mount of Olives and closed Jews
off from their own Holy Places about none of which
Mr. Ford or his administration or his Secretary of State
seem to care even a whit.
After that Like Chad Gadya, the list is seem-
ingly endless. Mainly, it is circular. Always, it comes
back to the same thing. Why are the President and
Mr. Fisher so puzzled. Who's kidding whom?
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Friday, April 16, 1976
Khashoggi Dr. K.'s Downfall?
ITENRY Kissinger's growing
troubles with the Ford ad-
ministration emphasize the im-
mense similarities between him
and Richard Nixon that I have
written about here in the past.
They show that there really
is no difficulty in understand-
ing how Kissinger and Nixon,
two such seemingly opposite
personalities, got along so well.
There were vast differences
in the education of both men,
in their temperaments, their
finesse, their religion.
STILL, common to their souls
was a predilection for Bis-
marckian elitism, a contempt
for the capacity of humanity to
govern itself, an arrogant sense
of power that led to self-cor-
ruption and ultimate downfall.
Nixon faltered at Watergate.
Mindiin
_
Kissinger, his role in that scan-
dal not yet entirely document-
ed, nevertheless has his own
Watergates that are just now
catching up to him in full force.
His alleged role in CIA-engi-
nccred assassination plots
abroad and in bringing down
the Allende regime in Chile is
a mere peccadillo compared to
the stuff former U.S. Ambassa-
dor to Saudi Arabia James E.
Akins is about to unload about
Kissinger before a hearing of
the Senate Multinational Sub-
committee next month.
AT THAT time, Akins is ex-
pected to reveal the extent to
which Kissinger and the U.S.
government knew and ap-
proved of bribes paid by Amer-
ican aircraft manufacturers to
foreign officials in order to fa-
cilitate the sale of their planes
and other space-age military
hardware.
Nixon could not survive the
revelation of the extent to
which he was involved in cor-
ruption, and odds are neither
will Kissinger.
But the Kissinger case is
even more revolting, if possi-
ble, because as a Jew Kissinger
is anen to the forces and per-
sonalities with which he has
been dealing in his various in-
trigues.
OR, to be more accurate,
THEY are alien to HIM, since
his Jewishness in his career as
a public servant never did seem
to inhibit his capacity to betray
Jews and Jewish causes at the
usual drop of a Kissingerian
bon mot.
Just imagine, for example,
what Rogers C.B. Morton and
his Republican pals were say-
ing privately of Kissinger just
before Morton announced to the
nation, including we are meant
to believe, a stunned Gerald
Ford, that Kissinger wouldn't
be around much longer. It could
hardly have been very philo-
Semitic.
In this capacity of his to deal
with his natural enemies, Kis-
singer is a true multinational-
ist, and it is fitting that it is the
Senate Multinational Subcom-
mittee that will hasten the un-
ravelling of his career.
IT IS a certainty that former
Ambassador AKins' testimony
Continued on Page 13-A
The Quality of Jewish Poverty
Number 16
16 NISAN 57736
The reality of Jewish poverty
came out of the closet in full
this Passover season.
It has been with us, of course,
for many years, but barely ad-
mitted. Faithfully we recite each
year, "Let all who are hungry
come and eat. Let all who are
in want share the hope of Pas-
sover." And, while we have
meant it, the logistics of fulfill-
ing that prayer have been more
than we usually can cope with
in the largely anonymous set-
ting of urban life.
Through special funds, the
synagogues of our community
would deliver or give bags of
the special Passover foods to
those who could be identified as
needy. At best a mere scratch-
ing of the surface as those of
us know who just helped pre-
pare 95 Passover "baskets" for
delivery by the Welfare Depart-
ment to indigent Jews on their
rolls.
MORE REALISTIC was the
preparation of 3,500 food pack-
ages to be distributed last week
by the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and the plans to hold
seders involving some 1,200 of
the local elderly whose partici-
pation will lend greater mean-
ing to "Let all who are hungry
come and eat."
This action by the organized
Jewish community deserves only
.praise and continued support.
But hunger and poverty are
more than just a one-week con-
cern for ritual and food and ful-
fillment of an ancient edict.
Poverty and hunger for millions
of Americans, young as wen as
old, Jewish as well as black,
brown and other whites, are
with us all the days of the year
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and all too many years for us
to be comfortable about.
As I was writing this, there
was an article on my desk
which stated that a White House
spokesman had found the spend-
ing levels in a Senate bill deal-
ing with food stamps not ac-
ceptable. "President Ford has
called for larger cuts in the
cost to the envernment"
President Ford, it will also be
recalled, has found that minor
cuts contemplated in military
spending also are "not accept-
able."
ON THE DAV Passover con-
cludes, the Florida Citizens
Coalition Against Hunger will
hold a hearing and forum on its
most current issue of concern,
the food stamp legislation be-
fore the Congress. As I write
this, the list of Coalition sup-
porters does not contain the
name of a single Jewish organ-
ization although several Jews
are involved as individuals.
Churches, unions, senior citizens
organizations, etc., are playing
significant roles in this hu-
manitarian endeavor.
Thus, back to the beginning.
Jewish poverty has not been a
major concern of the commu-
nity until recently. Israel was
of course. Jewish education, vf>
cational guidance, hospitals,
Community Centers made major
demands on the funds raised.
When I wrote about the sub-
ject in 1971 following start-
ling revelations in an American
Jewish Committee report I
wrote that while the Federation
is not unaware of its respon-
sibilities "what it is able to do
with limited funds because of
other priorities is a pittance."
IT IS NO LONGER a pittance,
but still remains inadequate.
And our thinking is not geared
to all-out help. Granting that
Federation does not have the
resources to provide financial
assistance to all those who need
helc as local rabbis were in-
formed last December, the state-
ment that it does not have "the
staff to process such referrals
(of those asking rabbis for
help)" should get a closer look.
Directing Jews who need as-
sistance to the public agencies
should not be the function of
untrained rabbis or clerks but
of social workers who know
how to cut the red tape of bu-
reaucracy and lend a sympa-
thetic hand. Only Federation
has those resources and not too
much is required for this pur-
pose.
PRIVATE charity cannot
it should be handled, but Federa-
tion and other Jewish agencies
belong in the struggle against
these twin evils.
If only from Jewish self-inter-
est alone, we should be taking
sides on whether feeding the
military monster is to be our
government's only response to
hunger in America and the
world.
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Bills Swamp Congress
For Folks at Home
anderson
WASHINGTON There are
more than 19,000 bills in the
legislative hopper on Capitol
Hill. Most Members of Congress
introduce bills for a legitimate
purpose. But some congressmen
introduce them simply to please
constituents, to placate critics,
to make a philosophical point
or, on occasion, to get a per-
sistent nut off their backs.
Congress is officially consid-
ering bills to establish national
halibut week, UHF-TV week,
peanut butter and milk week
and asnaragus week, to name
Just a few of the commemora-
tive dates you probably will
never hear of again.
THERE HAS been a deluge
of Bicentennial bills. One would
allow an enterprising group of
citizens to build a patriotic "We
the People" ice sculpture on the
Capitol grounds.
Our favorite bill was written
by a congressman who wanted
President Ford to avoid assas-
sination.
The bill is called "The Better
Part of Valor" constitutional
amendment. It provides for
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"common sense" in the presi-
dency.
The bill states: "No person
shall be President of the United
States who shall not have
enough sense to come out of the
rain of bullets."
ROYAL ROMANCERS: Jor-
dan's dapper King Hussein was
recently in the United States
to hold solemn talks with Presi-
dent Ford.
Newsmen watched him more
closely than usual because of
the House Intelligence Commit-
tee's charge that the CIA once
provided a prostitute for Hus-
sein in Los Angeles. It wasn't
quite that sordid. Here's what
really happened:
The CIA arranged for a Hol-
lywood lawyer to throw a party
in the King's honor. The lawyer
invited filmdom's stars and star-
lets to the party. The dashing
King took a fancy to one aspir-
ing actress. With the help of
American officials, he arranged
to have her return with him to
Jordan.
IT WASN'T the first time
that U.S. officials have helped
an Arab potentate pick up a
girl. Several months ago, Saudi
Arabia's Prince Fahd took a
fancy to a beautiful White House
press secretary.
The Prince invited her to ac-
company him to London.
She coyly demurred, saying
she had no passport. At 4:30 the
following morning, she was
roused out of bed by a State
Department messenger who
brought her a passport.
CUBAN CRISIS: Both Presi-
dent Ford and Secretary of
State Henry Kissinger have
warned Cuba to halt its African
adventure.
The President told senators
privately that a special group is
"studying all options"if Cuba
continues to interfere in African
affairs. Our own sources say
the most likely option would be
a blockade to stop Cuban troops
from going to Africa.
Yet at the same time that the
President is threatening Cuba
with military action, the Navy is
considering a drastic cutback of
its activities in Key West, Fla.
The Naval Air Station at Key
West was iital to the 1962 block-
ade of Cuba.
Saudi Plane
'Strays' In Israel;
Big W. Bank Vote
TEL AVIV \ Saudi Arabian airplane with 27 passengers
and crew aboard was forced to land at Ben Gurion Airport Mon-
day, when Israeli air force jets waved it down.
Crewmen told officials that the transport plane was on its way
from Damascus, Syria, to Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, and
that it had "accidentally" strayed from its course.
IN ADDITION to the Saudi soldiers aboard, there were three
Americans, identified as employees of the U.S. Lockheed Corp.
Meanwhile, on the Weil bank, elections Monday, including
enfranchised Arab women, showed strong Palestinian nationalist
support. Israeli election officials reported that candidates running
on the platform of a separate Palestinian state, were easy win-
ners in Nablus, Hebron and Ramallah. Officials said that 62,998
of 88,462 voters cast ballots.
Twenty-two West Bank towns were involved in the second
election since th '9;7 wa- The election was held under Jordan-
ian law, but Israel amended trm law to allow the women to vote.
Nablus, Hebron and Ramallah represent the first, second and
fourth largest towns on the West Bank. In Iulkarm, the fifth, tht
vote was to return to Jordanian raat>
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medicine, rent, food and clothing on
Supplemental Social Security Income of
about $5.26 a day.
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EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I read Leo Mindlin's column
on the Dan Schorr case (Apr.
2 edition) with special interest
since I gave Dan his first job
43 years ago with the Jewish
Daily Bulletin then being pub-
lished under the egis of the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency.
I was also one of those inter-
viewed by the FBI a few years
back when, under the guise of
checking his qualifications for a
government job, the FBI, under
White House instructions, was
trying to get the gooda on him.
THE HOUSE action is a clas-
sic case of seeking to Mil the
messenger who brings sad tid-
ings. You shoot the reporter
who exposes evil instead of the
perpetrators of the evil. At
OUR
READERS
WRITE
"Lit Thy V/ori$ B BrttT
Kobelrth (Eccleifcfttt)
heart is the basic issue of free-
dom of the press, but thii does
not mean simply attempts by
those in power to restrict the
press there is a triangular
relation of government, thejrob-
lisher and the reporter.
The bureaucrat who would
gag the media isn't the biggest
danger, since he is the easiest
to mobilize against and resist
I am disturbed, however, by the
number of correspondents in
Washington, in foreign capitals
and even on local beats who are
so ready to play ball with of-
ficialdom.
THERE WILL never be free-
dom of the press as long as the
reporter is satisfied with the
handout and seeks status recog-
nition as part of the Establish-
ment. If the Washington press
corps had been on the job, with
emphasis on the business at
hand, instead of personal con-
tacts leading to invitations to
Georgetown parties, exposure of
the Watergate scandals would
never have been left to a cou-
ple of local news reporters.
Of course, the attitude of the
reporters is largely controlled
by .the media managers t00 many
of whom don't want their hired
hands to embarrass those in
power.
Remember how CBS yanked
Dan Rather off the White House
beat because the White House
staff that Nixon left behind for
Ford hated Rather*s guts?
There will never be a free
press as long as the reporter is
satisfied with handouts, and a
publisher frowns on efforts to
dig for the truth.
VICTOR BIENSTOCK
Boca Raton, Fla.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Victor
Bienstock is now retired
general manager of the
Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
Friday, April 16, 1976
cy News Syndicate. As a
member of the National
Press Club and as chair-
man of the Freedom of
the Press Committee of
the late American War
Correspondents Associa-
tion, Mr. Bienstock re-
cently told the Board of
Governors of the National
Press Club, in a warning
concerning the implica-
tions of the Daniel Schorr
case, that "Freedom of
the press cannot be de-
fended in the abstract but
only by stern defense of
those who place themselv-
es in jeopardy by seeking
to exercise their constitu-
tional right of freedom of
the press."
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Vorster Trip to Israel Two-Edged Sword
By TUVIA MENDELSON
JERUSALEM(JTA)Prime
Minister John Vorster of South
Africa visited Israel last week.
The Israel Radio and BBC,
which carried the announce-
ment, stressed that Vorster
came to Israel as a "pilgrim" to
visit the holy places.. But ob-
servers here noted that the visit
marked a solid improvement in
relations between Israel and the
Republic of South Africa that
began to take shape after the
1973 Yom Kippur War.
PRIOR TO that, relations be-
tween Israel and South Africa
had been severely strained due
to Israel's votes against South
Africa on the apartheid issue in
the UN during the 1960s, in-
cluding support of sanctions
against that country.
At the time, Israel's relations
with the Black African nations
were flourishing, and Premier
David Ben Gurion maintained
that Israel could not avoid tak-
ing a moral stand against the
racial policies of South Africa.
Since then, Israel's diplomatic
position in Black Africa has
deteriorated, partly as a result
of Arab propaganda efforts. But
the Israeli attitude toward South
Africa remains ambivalent.
ON ONE hand, Israel still
says it does not condone apar-
theid. On the other, Israelis
recognize South Africa as one
of its few remaining friends in
the world.
There is, in fact, a certain
kinship between the two coun-
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and shortly afterward the South
African Consulate in Tel Aviv
became an Embassy. Commer-
cial relations between the two
countries have expanded over
the past few years.
ISRAEL ALSO has strong ties
with the prosperous Jewish
community of 120,000 in South
Africa. It is regarded as one of
the warmest and most generous
Jewish communities in the
world with respect to its mate-
rial and moral support for Is-
rael.
Jewish education, Jewish
youth movements and Zionism
have found a hospitable climate
in South Africa. Recently, an
easing of currency regulations
by the South African govern-
ment has allowed the Jewish
community to render massive
financial assistance to Israel.
But apartheid remains a seri-
ous barrier, and because of it,
Israel's friendship with South
Africa has been used with not-
able success by the Arabs in
branding Israel a racist state.
Many Israelis themselves can-
not reconcile their own ideals
of democracy with friendship
toward an apartheid regime.
THE HISTADRUT newspaper
Davar addressed itself to those
feelings in an editorial which
recalled that South Africa was
among the first countries to
recognize Israel. The paper
claimed that Vorster has achiev-
ed success in his policy of
detente with some of the non-
radical Black African states and
that he has taken steps to sof-
ten apartheid.
The consensus here appears
to be that Vorster's visit is im-
portant to Israel and the South
African leader seems assured of
a warm welcome.
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Friday, April 16, 1976
_ -^ son's story in the current Pent-
Behind Kissinger's Address to AJtongress garss-j^g
the six-day war.
ALL THESE help fuel the
theory that the parallelism of
continued US public espousal
of support for Israel while pro-
pelling the advance of Arab pol-
itical aims overtly and covert-
ly give rise to expectations of
a manufactured program of
"new realities" that will, at the
right moment in perhaps late
summer or early autumn, bring
a frightening crisis in the Mid-
dle East and move President
Ford into the role of peacemak-
er on the basis of the old Ro-
gers plan and with the hoped
for result of a tidal wave of
poularity that will sweep him
and Kissinger into an
election victory in November.
Continued from Page 1-A
advance by the State Depart-
ment as "not a major address"
they listened in silence.
Kissinger's schedule, it was
said, did not permit questions
afterwards, unlike the practice
in his numerous other recent
appearances before private or-
ganizations.
Later, an organization observ-
er grown gray in the Washing-
ton scene, summarized this his-
toric "first" this way:
"Dr. Kissinger said nothing
new. He spoke in generalities.
Some things were good to hear,
of course. Wfcat it boiled down
to was "trust me'."
ANOTHER observer, noting
the absence of any appeal to
Israel's adversaries to recog-
nize the "realities" of the Mid-
dle East that the Secretary and
others consistently urge Israel
to take into account, remarked:
"Our secretaries of state must
be pro-Arab, not pro-Israel. Is-
srael has never had a sym-
pathetic secretary of state since
Cordell Hull. We must have
faith Dr. Kissinger will squeeze
Israel less than anybody else in
his place."
Kissinger characteristically
joked at the outset of his re-
marks. Exaggerating the old
saw about differences among
Jews, he chided Israel's three
million people for having six
million opinions, and he, as he
has often done, ridiculed Is-
rael's "wild" news correspond-
ents "bound only by a common
paranoia."
BUT HIS joking, perhaps not
unintentionally, parallelled the
burden of his formal remarks
in that he asked Israel to coop-
erate with his policy and drop
its suspicions about his inten-
tions. Why Kissinger chose to
accept this forum at this time
led to conjecture.
"The presidential campaign
was considered the principal
reason, coming as it did less
than 48 hours before the New
York and Wisconsin premaries.
Furthermore, he is booked
for his second Jewish organiza-
tional appearance May 9 in Bal-
timore by the Conservative Chi-
zuk Amuno Congregation a
week before Maryland's pri-
mary in which Gov. Marvin
Mandel has endorsed Kissin-
ger's arch-critic. Sen. Henry M.
Jackson, for the democratic
nomination.
OTHERS saw his appearance
as less devoted to inflencing the
primaries than in laying the
foundation for a "peace at
hands" situation, just as he did
for President Nixon in October,
1972, when the Vietnam episode
was uppermost on the interna-
tional horizon.
In his last half dozen appear-
ances before Congress on Mid-
dle East matters, Kissinger has
Activists
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emerged as the administration's
main protagnonist for Israel's
requirements. Since he had been
previously painted especially
during the post-Yom Kippur
War and "reassessment" pe-
riods as the chief American
architect behind the Arab ad-
vances and Israel's set backs,
his reassurances to Israel now
are seen as softening Israel for
the shocks that she is to endure
while he is still in office.
THE MISSING ingredient in
his sophisticated mix of reas-
suring Israel while boosting the
"moderate" Arab leaders is any
definitive sign of Arab recog-
nition of Israel a conspicuous
absence which caused many ob-
servers to see his whole Middle
East policy sagging in the direc-
tion of Arab political scheming.
While Kissinger is boosting
Israel, others in the Ford ad-
ministration take a different
tack.
Lending support to Arab gov-
ernment and anti-Israel posi-
tions are the expressions of
American representatives in the
United Nations Security Coun-
cil, the countenance of the
Palestinian terrorists in Leba-
non's agony, praise of Syria as
it expands its influence, the
end of the 20-year American
military embargo to Egypt
neatly abetted by President An-
war Sadat's timing to and agree-
ments with Moscow the ob-
lique assurance to visiting King
Hussein of Jordan that East
Jerusalem is really his territory.
THIS SEEMINGLY orches-
trated series of developments
has taken place at the same
time as developments inimical
to Israel have taken place
developments that some think
may have had manipulative
origins.
These include the unrest on
the West Bank and in Israel the
extension of the Arab boycott,
the CIA leak of Israel's alleged
nuclear weapons, Time Maga-
zine's report this week of Is-
rael's arsenal of atomic bombs,
the allegation attributed to the
CIA that in another war Israel
would lose 36,000 lives, and
British writer Anthony Pear-
NEW YORK (JTA) Nine
Moscow Jewish activists have
condemned as a "terrorist act"
the shots fired at the Soviet
Mission to the United Nations,
the National Conference on So-
viet Jewry reported. The NCSJ
said the nine activists issued the
following statement:
"We strongly condemn the
attempt of the terrorist act com-
mitted by an extremist group
against the Soviet UN Mission
in New York- We find the use of
terror as a method of political
struggle to be morally unac-
ceptable. To use such methods
only means to come down to the
level of the terrorists who are
now participating in the ses-
sion* of the Security Council.
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Some of My Best Jews are Friends-Amin
NEW YORK (JTA) Some
of General Idi Amir's best
friends, he says, are Jews.
In an exclusive interview ap-
pearing in the may issue of
"Qui" magazine, on national
sale Apr. 8, the flamboyant Pre-
sident of Uganda first professes
his love for Jews and imme-
diately thereafter launches a
diatribe against "Zionist policy"
and advocates that Israel accept
the Palestinian policy of Yasir
Arafat.
"I LOVE very much the
Jews," Amln told Jonathan Bro-
der, an American journalist
based in Tel Aviv, who inter-
viewed him there for "Qui."
"Very many of them are my
best friends. Gen. Dayan, he is
my best friend. We chased Jew-
ish women together in Tel
Aviv."
As further evidence of his
affection, Amin told Broder that
during the war in October, 1973,
he personally searched a pris-
oner of war camp in Syria in
an effort to find "my very good
friends," Col. Boka Bar-Lev,
former Israeli military attache
to Uganda, and Maj. Danny Sha-
piro, former Israeli jet pilot in
Uganda.
HE ALSO claimed that he
had visited all the Israeli pris-
oners of war in the camp, and
raised their morale by giving
them "milk, water, everything
. they were very happy to
see me."
Amin boasted of his popular-
ity with "very many Jews, in
Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa, Jaf-
fa, in the United States and all
over the world.
"They are my friends and
they are very good people," he
says in "Qui."
"They don't want war. They
want peace. They want more in-
dustry. They want to educate
their children. They want to
buy cattle more than tanks.
They want to buy Boeing more
than Phantom, which kills in-
nocent people."
IN THE next breath, Imin
declares, "But the Zionist pol-
icy of expanding its borders and
taking Arab land, this is a pol-
icy which we condemn com-
pletely, whether dirty Israeli is
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agree to go bask to Palestine
and live together as Yasir Ara-
fat has told me."
Asked whether the insignia
he wears on his uniform are
Israeli paratrooper wings, Amin
immediately questioned Broder
as to whether he was required
officially by Israel to ask this.
Broder told him that the
query was prompted solely by
the fact that Amin wore Israeli
wings during an appearance be-
fore the UN general assembly.
AMIN ASKED the "Qui" re-
porter to pass along a message,
which turned out to be a kind
of travel pitch.
"Any one of them (Israelis)
even if he is in a high position
in the government, he can be
my best friend and come visit
me here in Uganda," he said.
"I want Israelis to come to
Uganda. They are welcome, be-
cause I want peace in the world.
That is my message to the
Jews."
Broder, who had been per-
mitted the interview only after
agreeing not to question Amin
about his personal life, his past
remarks about Adolf Hitler or
the Denis Hills incident, did ask
the Ugandan Chief of State
about his own political future.
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AMBASSADOt TOON ISSUES WARNING
Israel Must be More Flexible
TEL AVIV (JTA)
Ambassador Malcolm Toon
has warned Israel that it
must be as flexible as its
security needs permit lest
Americans come to feel
rightly or wrongly that
the Israeli government is
stubborn in its response to
American interests in the
Middle East.
Toon expressed his views
in an interview in 'Migvan,"
a periodical published by
Beth Berl, the Ideological
Institute of the Labor Party
headed by former Foreign
Minister Abba Eban.
THE U.S. envoy was respond-
ing to a question as to whether
there was danger of anti-Semit-
ism in the U.S. in reaction to
Israeli policies. He said that
anti-Israel feelings could de-
velop and that some elements
in the U.S. may hold Jewry re-
sponsible for Israeli policies
they believed ran counter to
U.S. interests in the region
He stressed, however, that
Costa Rica Prexy Given
Welcome in Jerusalem
JERUSALEM (JTA) President Daniel Oduber
Quiros of Costa Rica was welcomed at the gates of Jeru-
salem Monday by Mayor Teddy Kollek with the tradition-
al bread and salt at the start of an official visit to Israel.
Oduber flew into Lod Airport, where he was welcomed
by President Katzir and Premier Rabin. Katzir and Oduber
in short statements both stressed the close ties linking the
two countries.
During his visit, he was scheduled to address the
Knesset an honor reserved for visiting heads of state.
Accompanying Oduber was the President of Costa
Rica's State Bank and its Ambassador to the UN, Father
Benjamin Nunez, who served for many years as envoy
to Israel and won many friends here.
U.S.-Israeli relations were based
on mutual principles, ideals and
interests, but he would not spe-
cify exactly what those inter-
ests are. Ambassador Toon said,
in reply to that question, that he
believed it was in America's
interest for Israel to be a free,
independent state, and since
that was also Israel's national
interest, it covers everything.
TOON WARNED, as reported
by the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency and by Israeli news
media, that Israel should not
expect as much economic aid
from the U.S. in the future as
it presently receives.
He explained that the after-
math of the Vietnam war and
the internal problems that have
developed in the U.S. have
brought about changes in Amer-
ican thinking on foreign aid.
Americans are more concen-
ed now with domestic issues,
he said.
However, Toon stressed that
the U.S. did not expect Israel to
pay for the modern armaments
it needs and that it could con-
tinue to rely on the U.S. for
military support.
Toon said he believed that
Israel was capable of attaining
economic independence, though
it was not at easy task. He said
some of Ithe economic mea-
sures taken here in the last few
years were leading Israel in that
direction.
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New Version of How
Jews Were 'Behind' Hitler
Continued from Page 1-A
Branadao in a lecture labeled "Study of Brazilian Prob-
lems." According to Branadao, "the Nazi Party in Germany
came to power thanks to the Jews. The Jews placed Hitler
in power. The German capital was Jewish. Hitler never
rejected Jewish capital. Who were the Krupps (the leading
German munitions manufacturers)?
"Josef Goebbels, Minister of Propagnada, was of Jew-
ish descent ..."
Branadao's lecture was recorded in shorthand by one
of his students. Manuel Waisman, a member of the Brazil-
ian House of Representatives, brought the transcript be-
fore a plenary session of the house and demanded that the
Ministers of Justice and Education investigate the lecture.
In an unrelated development, it was announced that
Foreign Minister Azaredo Da Silveira and Justice Minister
Armando Falcao received two leaders of the United Hias
Service last Wednesday.
The are Carl Click and HIAS Executive Vice President
Gaynor Jacobson who have been visiting Argentina, Chile
and Uruguay on a fact-finding mission.
Belgium in Ties to PLO
BRUSSELS (JTA) Belgium has established reg-
ular contacts with the PLO representatives in Brussels,
the Foreign Ministry spokesman announced here.
The spokesman said these contacts were between sen-
ior officials of the Ministry and the PLO representatives
serving as observers to the European organizations and
other international bodies here.
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Passover and Bicentennial Form Natural Link
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here to the ideals of our nation at its finest.
But whenever we stray from our spiritual an-
chorage, the memory of our fundamental ideals
gnaws at our collective conscience and we
guiltily go back to our original moorings.
EACH MORAL setback in our history has
been followed by a comeback.
And what we come back to is the recog-
nition of the fact that this nation has a mis-
sion, not to dominate the world but to serve
it.
Engraved upon the psyche of America is
the call of the prophet to be a "light unto
the world."
Hence, when there is a disaster in Guate-
mala or a famine in India, we automatically
feel the obligation to be of help.
Every element of the Passover observance
enforces this feeling of responsibility. The
matzah and the moror remind us of the bitter-
ness of bondage and ingesting them induces
us to reduce bitterness in the world.
THE PRAYERS and the songs associated
with Passover glorify freedom, and the expan-
sion of the area of freedom is a staple of the
Hebraic-American outlook on life.
It is good, in this context, to note the al-
liance between the United States, sometimes
called the Big Israel, and the State of Israel,
sften thought of as the America of the Middle
East, in the endeavor to bring to reality the
hopes of our common spiritual heritage.
Passover is a holiday which prods us to
create a world where all people will enpoy
dignity, equality and security.
The observance of Pesach and the celebra-
tion of our national birthday combine to spur
and stir each of us to live and love the most
precious of precepts.
^DLeague Believes Violence Can Be Ended Now
S3
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NEW YORK (JTA) The
Jewish Defense League has re-
leased the texts of letters in has
sent to President Ford and Sec-
retary of State Henry A. Kis-
singer, appealing for "an accel-
erated series of efforts to win
complete freedom of emigra-
tion for Soviet Jewry."
le two letters, both iden-
were written, according
iv Fisch, the organization's
associate director, 'to bring an
gg| to the violence against So-
personnel and installations
this country."
CITING RECENT acts of vio-
lence against Soviet facilities
^ributed to the Jewish Armed
listance, Fisch wrote, "Those
who believe that 'clamping
down on the Jewish Armed Re-
fatance' will bring an end to
, anti-Soviet actions in America
are sadly mistaken and mis-
guided."
[He expressed the fear that
uch 'clamping down* will in-
ase their numbers, gain them
adherents, and inspire ad-
iional acts of violence by
her cells within their group."
Fisch concluded that the "one
olitically logical way to stop
the JAR" would be for Ford
and Kissinger to conduct "an



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NEW YORKTons of anti-
Semitic propaganda mate-
rial are being shipped by
American Nazi and right-
wing fascist groups for dis-
tribution in Europe, South
America, Australia and South
Africa, according to Simon
Wiesenthal, head of the Jew-
ish Documentation Center in
Vienna.
Wiesenthal told officials
of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations that
brochures published in eight
languages with a "Printed
in America" label were be-
ing sent to like-minded or-
$502 Million Budget for Agency
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Board of Governors of the Jew-
ish Agency approved a $502
million budget for the Agency's
operations during the 1976-77
fiscal year and also approved
a request from Jewish Agency
Treasurer Leon Dulzin for a
$150 million interim budget
pending the Agency's General
Assembly here in July.
The meeting, presided over
by Board of Governors Chair-
man Ma* Fisher and attended
by Yosef Almogi, chairman of
the Jewish Agency and World
Zionist Organization Executives,
continued for more than eight
hours.
BOARD members from abroad
closely questioned Agency of-
ficials about how estimates of
immigration were reached, how
income was spent last year and
what the priorities would be for
spending this year should fund-
raising fall below the expected
goals.
Almogi replied that this
year's budget was based on an
estimated 45,000 immigrants,
35,000 of them from distressed
countries. He observed that
We're Not
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NEW YORK (JTA) The
Jewish Defense League has
denied responsibility for a bomb
explosion at an office building
in mid-Manhattan housing the
Soviet Aeroflot and Czechoslo-
vakian airlines, but said it "ap-
plauded the action. We believe
that Jewish militants wanted to
tell the Soviet Union that they
will not have their detente with
the United States until 16-year-
old Marina Tiemkin and all
Soviet Jews are allowed to
emigrate."
The bomb, which went off
shortly before midnight, shat-
tered hundreds of windows in
the area and left the streets
covered with glass. Police said
there were no injuries.
THEY DESCRrBED the de-
vice as powerful and said that
if it had exploded during the
day, hundreds could have been
killed or injured.
'Our future will be decided not
only by our geography but by
our demography and therefore
aliya must be our top priority."
FINANCE Minister Yehoshua
Rabinowitz, who attended the
session along with other Treas-
ury officials, said Israel's eco-
nomy would be helped most by
greater investments, especially
in export-oriented enterprises.
He also called for increased
tourism, setting a goal of at
least one million visitors a year,
and for continued support by
Jews abroad for absorption proj-
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ganizations overseas by the
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lington, Va.; Lincoln, Neb.;
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tional Socialists in Mt. Ver-
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"I'M CERTAIN that these
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tion.
He added, however, that post-
al officials and members of Con-
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done."
Wiesenthal addressed a meet-
ing of professionals and leaden
of the Union of American He-
brew Congregations at the
UAHC's House of Living Juda-
ism upon completion of a 13-
city lecture tour to overflow
audiences averaging 1,500 per-
sons. The tour was sponsored by
the National Federation of Tem-
ple Brotherhoods, a UAHC af-
filiate.
THE HUNTER of Nazi war
criminals told the UAHC that
his message stressing that the
past must never be forgotten
and that remaining war crim'
inals, including 62 in the United
States on whom he haa docu-
mentation, must be brought to
trial, received a greater recep-
tion than during any previous
lecture tour.
He was especially pleased
that Jews seemed ready to teach
their children about the place
of the holocaust In Jewish his-
tory.
He added, "before, American
Jews took the attitude that the
holocaust was only a European
matter. Now they are begin-
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world must not forget us or our
murderers."
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llEO MINPLIN
Will Mr. Khashoggi be Dr. K.'s Downfall?
Continued from Page 4-A
[will have much to say about
[Adnan Khashoggi who, it is
[documented, between 1970 and
11975 collecting something like
(106 million in "commissions"
Irom the Lockheed Aircraft
Corp. alone.
A jet-propelled Saudi Ara-
fbian in the international busi-
ness of bringing together arms
manufacturers and purchasers,
it is Khashoggi who reportedly
I characterized as "just peanuts"
the $22 million paid out in kick-
backs to six other European
and Japanese agents by Lock-
heed over the same five-year
period of time.
Obviously, Khashoggi thinks
big. He thought big enough to
visit President Nixon at Key
Biscayne and San Clemente
many times.
IT IS estimated that Kha-
shoggi contributed $1 million
to the 1972 Nixon campaign.
No one has been able to prove
it, but Watergate prosecutors
who questioned Khashoggi forc-
ed him to admit to a $50,000
contribution anyway a fig-
ure for which there are no
words if $22 million is "just
peanuts."
Anthony Sampson, who is
writing a book on the mer-
chants of death due to be pub-
lished by Viking Press next
/inter, estimates that the
$50,000 confession is an absur-
dity.
"It is possible that other
money was paid through Bebe
Rebozo (Nixon's old Key Bis-
Veto Would Bring
Unemployment Rise
Continued from Page 1-A
cide if we will have unemploy-
ment and what its rate will be."
Sources in the Prime Minis-
ter's Office were quoted, mean-
while, as saying that Premier
Yitzhak Rabin raised the matter
of transitional quarter funding
for Israel at his meeting with
President Ford in Washington
last January, but that the Presi-
dent "showed no special inter-
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Administration would not ask
Congress for the additional
funding but "would not object"
if Congress took the initiative.
OBSERVEks nere assumed
that Ford "probably changed
his mind" in view of the elec-
tion campaign but asked an of-
ficial of the National Security
Council to assure Israeli Am-
bassador Simcha Dinitz that the
change was not aimed at Israel.
Some 50 nations, including
Egypt, Syria and Jordan, would
also benefit from transitional
quarter funding. Meanwhile, a
public opinion poll published
showed that 61 percent of the
Israeli public is "convinced" or
"thinks" that relations with the
U.S. have deteriorated.
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Northrop Corporation half
of it paid personally by the
chairman, Tom Jones."
NORTHROP is the second of
the companies the Akins testi-
mony will be dealing with.
Akins is expected to be making
disclosures of the bribes North-
rop paid to Saudi Arabian and
other European and Japanese
agents and officials which, by
Khashoggi's own admission, in-
cluded $54 million to himself
over the same five-year period
that Lockheed paid him $106
million in fees.
Northrop Corp. is the outfit
involved in a 1975 Kissinger
memorandum to Akins shortly
after Akins was named U.S.
Ambassador to Saudi Arabia.
Akins strongly objected to
the magnitude of a Saudi kick-
back demand from Northrop as
"excessive," which Kissinger
promptly cabled Akins was en-
tirely justified and to butt out
of.
HOW "EXCESSIVE" the fig-
ure was has not yet been dis-
closed, but it is a certainty that
Khashoggi's $54 million for
some $1 billion in aircraft con-
tracts to Northrop will certain-
ly represent a substantial por-
tion of it.
Judging by the role the
Nixon-Kissinger administration
played in all of this, it is unlike-
ly that Kissinger will survive
unscathed.
But, as has already been in-
dicated here, the issue is not
Kissinger's downfall. Rather it
is the ease with which he has
dealt with his natural enemies
the enemies of his people.
These include Adnan Kha-
shoggi. For more on Khashog-
gi, next week .
Ihis day shall be unto you
for a memorial; and ye shall keep
it a teast to the Lord throughout
your generations."
Exodus III 14
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Friday, April 16, 1976
Israel Knuckling Under-Sharon
Continued from Page 1-A
Israeli "Meet the Press" type
show. The popular general,
who was one of the founders
of the Likud opposition, call-
ed for a direct election of
the Premier rather than the
present system of election
to the coalition in control
of the Knesset.
HE URGED the government
to introduce plans, which he
said are now totally lacking, for
the border question, the eco-
nomy, and the social structure.
There must be plans, targets
and goals for which people can
strive, he said.
But most of the hour-long
programs was devoted to se-
curity questions. He declared
that the second interim agree-
ment with Egypt has not re-
duced the chances of war. He
claimed that while there have
been reports that one-third of
the Egyptian army has returned
to civilian life, not one single
unit has actually been cut.
Sharon said what has happen-
ed is that modernization of the
Egyptian army has increased its
fire power and thus allowed for
reducing the number of men as
an economy move.
SHARON charged that Israel
was pressured by the U.S. to
sign the Sinai agreement in re-
turn for certain promises that
have not been kept. He said
there was a promise made that
there would not be any Amer-
ican pressure for further with-
drawals for at least three years. |
But even before theink was
dried new pressures were exert-
ed, he said.
Hp id the government
claimed that signing the agree-
ment would increase American-
Israeli friendship, instead there
has never been such a deteriora-
tion in U.S.-Israeli relations as
now. The government also
claimed that the agreement
would isolate Syria, Sharon said,
but in reality it is Israel that is
isolated while Syria is being
supported by the U.S. for her
actions in Lebanon.
Sharon charged that even
Americans are surprised to see
Lebanon's
Jews Down
To 300
Continued from Page 1-A
to the Jewish leader, no Jew
was hurt in Lebanon because
he was a Jew. But 14 Jews lost
their lives during the fighting
between Christians and Mos-
lems.
ACCORDING to the inform-
ant two were murdered by
thieves and the other 12 Jew-
ish fatalities were caused by
stray bullets. During the fight-
ing, both sides r>rot*ctd J*WJ
whom they regarded as neutral
in the bitter struggle between
Moslems and Christians.
Even during the period of
mass kidnappings, Jews were
allowed to pass, the French
tourist said he was told. He said
that Christians reportedly stop-
ped Jews in the streets to ask,
where are the Israelis in-
dicating that they hoped Israel
would intervene to protect them
from their Moslem antagonists.
WHILE the great majority of
Lebanese Jews managed to
leave that country, the few hun-
dred who remain are trapped
there either because they lack
money to flee because the banks
are closed or they are unable
to reach the airport due to the
fighting, the French tourist re-
ported.
how easily the government
gives in to pressure from Wash-
ington. He said Israel should
tell the U.S. what its bottom
line is beyond which it will not
succumb to pressure.
AMBASSADOR William Scran-
ton's speech in the United Na-
tions Security Council Mar. 23
was only a feeler by the Amer-
icans to see how much Israel
will take, Sharon said. He said
the U.S. veto two days later in
the Security Council will cost
Israel dearly. "If we have to de-
pend our future on the will of
the Americans, we have nothing
to do here," Sharon declared.
He said it was time to risk a
confrontation with the U.S. but
for this Israel must be united
economically and socially. Dur-
ing the interview, Sharon denied
that the American airlift to Is-
rael during the Yom Kippur
War was Israel's lifeline that
saved the Jewish State. It was
not, he said.
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*te*lstiik>r*Mari
Page ISA
ord Threatens To Veto Aid to Israel
fy JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA)
ksident Ford's opposition
financial aid to Israel be-
U his own recommenda-
L and the strong feeling
[Congress to support Is-
U's stated requirements
providing finances to cov-
the three-month period
veen the current and
J fiscal years, raised
festions here of the effects
fa threatened Presidential
|to of the foreign assistance
Such a veto is seen as in-
Jlvine the future of Pre-
fer Yitzhak Rabin's gov-
nment and fiscal chaos
Ithin many other nations
ho count on an ongoing
nerican aid program.
CHE HOUSE delayed its vote
the appropriations for for-
aid until this week to fake
, account the Presidents
felings Despite the veto threat,
buse and Senate sources m-
ated a compromise is in the
Eiitical wind and that Israel
Id some 50 other countries
buld receive most of a pro-
cted program to include the
^nsitional quarter between
Ely 1 and Sept. 30.
.The crescendo over the for-
Wn aid appropriation rose after
frd posed his veto threat at a
feeting with leaders of both
Cities at the White House Apr.
JThis meeting followed his let-
lr to House Speaker Carl Al-
fert (D.-Okla.) that "If I am
tesented with a final appro
Jriation bill that includes addi-
Jonal funds for the transitional (
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quarter I will be forced to exer-
cise my veto."*____
FORD'S LETTER also said
that "specifically, in the case of
Israel, FY 76 and "77 budget
requests provide sufficient lev-
els of assistance to meet that
nation's needs." Recognizing the
difficulties a veto would cause,
the President said, "It would
seriously disrupt our efforts to
assist our friends and allies in
maintaing their security and de-
velopment growth efforts." Sen.
Clifford Case (R.-N.J.), among
the 12 Senators and 17 House
members who met with the
President, declared afterwards,
that "Funding for all countries
in the transition quarter is con-
sistent with every action the
Congress has taken. The Admin-
istration's position is inexpli-
cable in view of its own support
for transitional quarter appro-
priations."
Secretary of State Henry A.
Kissinger had approved the
Senatorial formula adding 25
percent to the levels of the 1976
appropriations for the transi-
tional quarter. Later, the White
House rejected it. The Senate-
House conference on appropria-
tions has disagreed.
THE HOUSE had gone along
with the Presidential recom-
mendation of no funds for the
transitional quarter while the
Senate allocated the funds. Un-
der the Senate bill about $800
million is added to the 1976 fis-
cal year bill of which Israel
would receive $550 million and
Egypt $175 million.
Within the bill itself Israel is
ticketed in both Houses for $2.2
billion and Egypt about $700
million. The Ford letter to Al-
bert was made public at the
White House after the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency asked Presi-
dential news secretary Ron Nes-
sen for a full report on the
White House meeting.
Nessen said the "carefully
prepared" letter formed the
"basis of the President's re-
marks and thus coincides with
what the Presiednt said."
HOUSE Minority Leader John
Rhodes (R.-Ariz.) told newsmen
that the President had asserted
he would "have no alternative"
but a veto if more money is
voted for Israel. Sen Hugh Scott
(R.-Pa.) the Senate Minority
Leader, agreed with Rhodes'
version, saying "the President
made it very clear he would
veto the bill." Scott added that
he "would hate to see the bill
vetoed."
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey
(D.-Minn.), chairman of the for-
eign aid subcommittee, pointed
out that "A Presidential veto
could be interpreted by Israel's
neighbors as a weakening of the
American commitment to Is-
rael's security."
He noted further that a veto
would "have a serious adverse
impact on Israel's economy."
HUMPHREY added that "a
veto would also jeopardize the
other funds in the bill so im-
portant to the Sinai agreement"
negotiated by Kissinger. How-
ever, Albert, hinting of a com-
promise, declared that "after
all, compromise is part of the
legislative process and I am not
concerned yet."
He said Congress has to make
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Jewish Flor idian
Miami, Florida Friday, April 16, 1976
Section B
Passover-The Taste of Freedom.
With Assist from Israel Bonds
"The Passover tradition re-
quires that every Jew include
exodus as a personal experience
to recall the successful struggle
for freedom of ancient times.
Since the proclamation of Is-
rael's independence 28 year ago,
th Jews of America have wit-
nessed in their own time a vivid
re-enactment of the flight from
Egypt," according to Milton M.
Parson, executive director of
the Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization.
"Nowhere has this parallel of
an ancient miracle been so
dramatic as in the case of tens
of thousands of Russian Jews
who have brushed aside almost
insurmountable barriers to reach
the Promised Land," Parson
said.
"IT IS A source of real joy
that so many Russian Jews, cut
off for so long from normal re-
lations with the rest of their
people, will this year for the
first time celebrate Passover in
frpdom as new citizens of the
free State of Israel.
"The miracle of Passover of
thousands of years ago. now re-
peated in the contemporary
MILTON M. PARSON
miracle of escape from bondage
in the Soviet Union, must not
blind us to the magnitude of the
resources needed to sustain and
give substance to this remark-
able development in Jewish his-
tory.
"AS WE approach the holi-
days, Israel is faced with the
realization that in the next ten
years she will have to invest $3
billion, or $300 million a year,
to develop new sources of en-
ergy energy that is vital not
only to the men, women and
children living there now but
to the Russian immigrants and
other freedom-loving people
who will some day reach the
Promised Land.
"A substantial share of this
amount will have to be provided
by State of Israal Bonds."
According to Parson, in
addition, employment oppotuni-
ties must now be geared to the
skills and training of the immi-
grants. Also, the economy must
be expanded at a faster pace to
create more jobs without delay.
Because the economy plays a
central role in integrating im-
migrants into the normal pat-
tern of life in Israel, the pro-
gram of the Israel Bond Organ-
ization must provide the finan-
cial resources to promote the
growth of industry and agricul-
ture and to stimulate the estab-
lishment of new enterprises as
part of the country's overall de-
velopment program.
"WE IN the South Florida
Jewish community can say to
the people of Israel that we feel
closer to you than ever before,
that we are prepared to assume
a greater responsibility in any
measure and in any form neces-
_ I
1
Prof. Baruch Givoni of the Technion Building Research
Station is shown with his invention for the use of solar
energy to heat and cool domestic structures. Israel
Bonds have spurred the search for new energy sources,
including the development of solar energy. With some
200,000 solar energy units in use for heating water,
Israel is a leader in per capita use of solar energy.
sary to protect Israel's freedom
and its independence.
"We will commit ourselves
and express our solidarity and
dedicated and wholehearted ac-
tion through Israel Bonds and
through every channel of politi-
cal and moral support.
"As long as there are Jews to
seek freedom in Israel, the mes-
sage of Passover will call on us
to provide the economic means
to turn new immigrants into
productive and self-sustaining
citizens of the Jewish home-
land."
PASSOVER....
A TIME OF FEASTING
AND WARM FELLOWSHIP.
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HAPPY HOLIDAY TO YOU
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Friday, April 16, 1976

>
Passovei-A Festival of Freedom Because 'You Make
The Difference'...
"Passover is a time to re-
member and a time to care,"
said L. Jules Arkin, chair-
man of the 1976 Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund, on rne eve of
ish community is celebrating
community is celebrating
this important festival of
freedom, the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's 'You
Make The Difference' cam-
paign mobilization period is
in progress to make sure
that a full scope of agency-
sponsored Passover progams
may serve those Jewish men
and women to whom this
holiday is so important."
"THE FEDERATION'S family
of agencies," said Arkin, "is
able to maintain the Jewish tra-
ditions of sharing and caring at
Passover because of the com-
munity's strong commitment to
CJA-IEF the. acceptance of
our responsibility to 'Make the
Difference'.-
"The Seder is probably the
most memorable Passover tra-
dition," said Federation Presi-
dent Harry B. Smith, "and this
community's family of agencies
is doing a great deal to see that
this major meal is included in
the lives of all Jewish men and
women who wish to celebrate
Passover.
"Many of the agencies' pro-
grams are coordinated by our
new Central Commission on the
Elderly, chaired by Richard
Levy," said Smith. "What we
are saying is 'Kol Dichven yai-
say ve yaichol' 'Let all who
who are hungry come and eat'."
THROUGH the Federation,
the Jewish Vocational Service
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gram serving nearly 1,100 hot
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week, to elderly Miami Beach
residents in need. All partici-
pants in the meal program took
part in the first seder, hosted
by JVS on Wednesday evening.
In addition, each was presented
with Passover food packages to
provide for their own home ob-
servances Apr. 15 to 22.
JVS's nutrition program de-
liveries to the homebound, nor-
mally serving 135 persons a
day, is being increased for the
Seder meals to 265. The addi-
tional meal deliveries are made
possible by the Gold Coast Pas-
sover Fund, along with other
sources. All JVS kosher meals
throughout the holiday's eight
days will be strictly kosher for
Passover.
JVS is also cooperating with
the Jewish Community Centers'
South Beach Activities Center
and the Gold Coast Passover
Fund to identify and assist spe-
cial needy and homebound
clients with financial aid and
grocery gift certificates for the
holiday.
THE SOUTH Beach Activities
Center has gathered the re-
sources for the assembling of
nearly 2,500 Passover food pack-
akes for distribution to the
needy. This has been made pos-
sible by the Gold Coast Fund,
operating in cooperation with
the Federation and the Center,
along with donations by many
individuals, organizations and
synagogues.
"As it was last year," Smith
added, "the Center at 25 Wash-
ington Avenue is again the site
of a special Passover eve Seder
for nearly 100 immigrant Rus-
sian Jewish families, whose set-
tlement in the Miami area has
been made possible by the Fed-
eration."
"Assembly and distribution of
the Passover food packages is
one of the holiday programs of
Federation's Community Chap-
laincy Service," said Federation
executive vice president, Myron
J. Brodie. "This is an agency
of which we're all very proud,
throughout the year and espe-
cially at holiday time. The
Chaplaincy Service is sponsor-
ing seders this year at hospitals,
nursing homes, Sunland Train-
ing Center, and even the Dade
County Jail.
"I'M ALSO proud to note the
cooperation that the members
of our Federation family are of-
fering each other at Passover.
For instance," he said, "our own
Young Adults Division is help.
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packages to homebound and
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other disadvantaged Jewish fam-
ilies. The Hebrew Academy's
Girls High School is mobilizing
SO students for the same pur-
pose, delivering hundreds of
packages to the needy this year.
"The students will also in-
corporate contributions from
themselves and the Academy's
congregation in the packages.
Other students taking part in
the holiday food distribution are
from the Central Agency for
Jewish Education's Akiva High
School program," he added.
As holiday observances are a
key part of all Jewish educa-
tional curricula, most Jewish
day schools and after-school
programs are incorporating
model Seders this week. Among
the Federation family, the Hillel
Community Day School and the
South Dade Hebrew Academy
are no exceptions.
In South Dade, for instance,
three entirely separate model
Seders were hosted Apr. 13,
each involving a different age
group. Students not only took
part in running the ceremonies,
but they also received matzoh
and pennies to take home to
demonstrate Passover traditions
of charity with their families.
THE JEWISH Family and
Children's Service is going a
step farther this Passover in
arranging for special holiday fi-
nancial assistance for some
clients. JFCS is also cooperat-
ing with the South Beach Ac-
tivities Center in identifying the
most important recipients for
community aid at Passover.
In North Dade and South
Dade, the Jewish Community
Centers of South Florida have
major Passover programs plan-
ned. On Sunday, a community
model Seder for young people
and senior citizens was spon-
sored bv the JCC's for 150 peo-
ple at Washington Federal Sav-
ings, North Miami Beach. This
was conducted by Rabbi Solo-
mon Schiff, director of Federa-
tion's Community Chaplaincy
Service programs.
And in South Dade, over 100
children and parents involved
in JCC's Early Childhood De-
velopment program took part in
a model Seder Tuesday, made
possible by the National Council
of Jewish Women. This was fol-
lowed by a model Seder for 100
members of JCC's teen groups.
INSTITUTIONS, including
Mount Sinai Medical Center, are
the sites of Seders for staff, as
well as patients. Mount Sinai's,
conducted by the Chaplaincy
Service, was held at 3 p.m^,
Wednesday, at t he building's
cafeteria. At Douglas Gardens,
the Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged, all non-
kosher for Passover foods were
gathered and discarded in the
traditional pre-Passover ritual
Friday. And a major Seder cele-
bration for the 120 residents
was conducted Wednesday.
Students on Dade's four col-
lege campuses will not be for-
gotten at Passover, with a va-
riety of programs offered by the
Hillel Jewish Student Centers.
FIU and Miami-Dade students
are invited to take part in the
University of Miami-based Se-
ders, two of which will have a
capacity of 170. A third seder at
the University of Miami will be
held Sunday, Apr. 18, in honor
of the Soviet Jews who are still
denied their freedom. Hillel will
also sponsor two smaller Seders
at a Miami Beach location.
Faculty as well as students are
taking part in Hillel programs.
Tifereth Jacob
Sisterhood Party
On March 14 Sisterhood of
Temple Tifereth Jacob honored
all those who had given of them-
selves through the year by tak-
ing them to a show at the Deau-
ville Hotel. The show featured
Jewish comedian Myron Cohen
and singer Bobby Vinton. Re-
freshments at Pumpernik's were
enjoyed after the show.
The following donors werfe
honored: Mrs. Ida Eisenman,
president; Bea (Mrs. Oscar)
Mescon, Mrs. Gertie Beck, Mrs.
Anna McCullers, Renee (Mrs.
Al) Levite, Claire (Mrs. David)
Goldberg, Rae (Mrs. Joseph)
Jacobs, Luba (Mrs. Nathan)
Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. Ted
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quality of life for every citizen. We must
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Mizrachi Women Meet
Simcha Chapter, newly organ-
ized in the upper Miami Beach
area, will hold its white elephant
sale on April 19 at noon at Wins-
ton Towers 200 auditorium.
Guest speaker will be Bea
Young, national vice president,
who will discuss women in
American Jewish history. Presi-
dium pro tern: Pearl Rappin,
Olga Jaffee and Miriam Price.
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Aviva-Kinneret Chapter will
hold a meeting on April 26 at 1
p.m. at the First Federal build-
ing on SW 27th Ave. Presidium
is Sophie Schrager and Fanny
April.
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Dvorah Chapter president Bea
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Hatikvah Chapter will meet
on April 29 at 12:30 p.m. at
Kneseth Israel Congregation.
Pearl Schwartz, president, and
her committee have planned a
program on "If You Will It, It
Will Be Done." A prominent
attorney will discuss wills and
bequests, and a question-and-
answer period will be led by
Ruth Zellner, wills and bequests
chairperson of the Florida Coun-
cil.
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Shoshana Chapter wil' meet
on April 29 at a noon brunch in
Seacoast Towers North Ren-
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Shapiro has engaged a handwrit-
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Luncheon at Westview Country Club
hosted by Matthew B. Rosenhaus brings
together leaders of the Synagogue Coun-
cil of America, coordinating agency of
Orthodox, Conservative and Reform Ju-
daism in the United States (from left):
Dr. Maxwell Dauer, Samuel J. Halperin,
Rabbi Henry Siegman and Milton Las-
don. Rabbi Siegman is executive vice
president of the SCA. Another foursome
(at right) talks over Synagogue Council
projects at the annual Society of Fellows
luncheon (from left): Moses Hornstein,
Mayer Frankel, Joseph Cohen and David
Silver. Hornstein is national cochairman
of the Society of Fellows and former na-
tional vice president of the SCA.
JWV Post and Auxiliary 778
Hold Seder at Homestead AFB
Evelyn Clein, president of the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish
War Veterans, South Dade Post
No. 778, and servicemen's serv-
ice chairman for the Depart-
ment of Florida, was in charge
of the Passover Seder at the
Homestead Air Force Base Cha-
pel on April 7, under the direc-
tion of the chaplain, Rabbi Sol
Landau.
A group of 30 attended in-
cluding all base chaplains of
each denomination. A special
kiddush cup purchased by the
Cleins on their recent trip to Is-
rael was presented to Lt. Martin
Robinowitz.
Assisting were post president
Arnold Novins and his wife,
Edith, Syd and David Halpern,
Terry and Sol Stafford, Trudy
and Ben Woolfstead, Joseph and
Frances Mann, Shirley and My-
ron Crowell, and Ben Clein,
service chairman for the Jew-
ish War Veterans, Department
of Florida.
Temple Menorah Displays Haggadot
Temple Menorah is featuring
a display of Haggadot of all
ages made possible through the
special collection of Sam Nesh-
kin of Miami Beach and Cleve-
land. The display includes the
Prague Haggadah, which was
published in 1559.
There is a Haggadah espe-
cially written by Rabbi-Chaplain
Abe Klausner for the Third
Army in Germany in 1946 and
used not only by the Jewish
soldiers but by concentration
camp survivors as well during
the first Passover after the
liberation.
INCLUDED in the presenta-
tion are Haggadot in Chinese-
Hebrew, Hindu Hebrew and
Dutch-Hebrew, as well as mod-
ern Kibbutz Haggadot, Israel
Armed Forces Haggadot, and a
Haggadah for times of emer-
gency.
Sam Neshkin is a wood sculp-
tor who is steeped in Jewish
culture and lore.
The students of Temple Me-
norah day school, Hebrew
school, and high school have
viewed the collection and learn-
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Jay and Neva Kislak (above, left) wel-
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Michael Sela to Miami during a recent
dinner honoring Sela, sixth president of
the Weizmann Institute of Science in
Rehovot. In photo at right Dr. and Mrs.
Maxwell Dauer (left) joined Mr. and Mrs.
Matthew Rosenhaus and their daughter,
Serita, during the dinner, which was
given by the Rosenhauses in their Miami
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the Florida Committee for the Weizmann
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Left to right: Seymour Smoller, Rose Matzkin, Nat'l. President of Hadassah; Clara Smaller, and
Professor Kalman Mann.
Clara and Seymour Smoller, of 2150 San Souci Blvd.,
North Miami, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in
a somewhat different fashion than is usually done instead
of making a large party and inviting friends and relatives
they donated the money to the Hadassah Hospital in Ain
Keraa, Jerusalem for a laboratory for Leukemia research.
Their children, grandchildren and friends sent money-
gifts to equip the laboratory and many of their friends went
to Israel last October to witness the dedication of the newly
rebuilt hospital on Mount Scopus in old Jerusalem, of which
the Smollers are founders, and also the laboratory which
bears the names of Clara and Seymour Smoller.
The Smollers are members of Beth Moshe Congregation
in North Miami and in Chicago, where they reside at 3150
Lake Shore Drive, they are members of Anshei Emeth and
Shaarei Tickvah Congregation, of which they are both past-,
presidents. Lifelong Zionists and Life Members of Hadassah
the Smollers have been to Israel six times. Mr. Smoller has
been on the Board of Governors of Israel Bonds since its
inception, and both are members of the Prime Ministers Club
of Israel Bonds.
BESKtJl; iflBB;


Friday, April 16, 1976
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Friday, April 16, iy/o
Some of the participants at the third an-
nual luncheon at the Eden Roc of the
Florida Friends of the Dropsie University
were (from left) Joseph Handleman,
member of the board of governors of
Dropsie University; Frank Rubenstein,
emeritus member of the board; guest
speaker Dr. Louis Kleiman, dean of the
College of Education, University of Mi-
ami, whose subject was "The New Bache-
lor's Degree in Jewish Studies"; Mrs. Jo-
seph C. Lerner, chairman of the Florida
Division of Dropsie University; Dr. Abra-
ham 1. Katsh, president of Dropsie Uni-
versity; Sidney Poland, member of the
board of governors; and Prof. Haim Ge-
varyahu, president of the World Bible
(Jewish) Society, and visiting professor
at Dropsie University. Rabbi Sol Landau
of Congregation Beth David was also on
the program.
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+Jel\t>fkrk*Mi
Friday, April 16, 1976"
I
t
Visiting Surf side Fireman Vloch
Led a Rescue Mission in Israel
pitalized tourists. Since his re-
turn, he has been honored by
Temple Menorah, the Lions, and
the Surfside Masonic Lodge of
which he is marshal.
He is in receipt of a spon-
taneous deluge of notes and let-
ters. People he knows and some
he doesn't have commented on
his heroic actions. Nathan Vlock
credits his behavior to knowing
what to do and retaining his
composure. "Gott tracht und
Mann tracht!"
By NORMA A. OROV1TZ
"Mann tracht und Gott lacht!"
That Yiddish proverb ("Man
thinks and God laughs") only
held true in part when Nathan
vtock, of Surfside, led a one-
man rescue mission through the
horning Park Hotel in Netanya,
Israel, recently.
True, Vlock was chosen to
head the 18-member Temple
Menorah tour through Israel for
his leadership qualities. He
holds many civic and fraternal
awards.
VLOCK HAS been to Israel
innumerable times since 1956,
and the retired New York dress
manufacturer still dabbles in
business interests to keep him-
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At 72, he was one of the
youngest and most agile in his
tour group. So much for man
planning.
The second half of the pro-
verb comes into play as Vlock
retells the circumstances prior
to the hotel fire.
The tour group had attended
a Megillah-reading in a Jeru-
NATHAN VLOCK
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Religions Services
AHAVAT SHALOM CONOREOA-
TION, t#S SW 7th Ave. OrtheeSeK.
Rabbi Zvl Raphael/. Cantor Aron
Ban Aron. 1
,--------------------
Ianshe emes conqreqation.
2533 SW 19th Ava. Conaarvatlva.
Csntor 8ol PakowiU. 2
BETH AM TEMPLE. 5980 N. Kan-
dill Dr. Reform. Or. Herbert M.
Bsumgsrd. Aaaoclata Rabbi Mitchell
Chefitx. 8
--------------------
BET BREIRA CONQREQATION.
10755 SW 112th St. Liberal. Rabbi
Brry Tabachnlkoff. 8-A
--------------------
^BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ava.
J Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Lfiantor William Llpaon. 4.A
--------------------
? BZTH DAVID SOUTH. 7800 SW
120th St. Conaarvatlva. Rabbi Sol
Landau. Cantor William Llpaon. 4-B
a------------
IsETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ava.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Laon Segal. Rav. Man-
del Quttarman. S
--------------------
I"BETH TOV TEMPLE. 8438 SW 8th
St. Conaarvatlva. Rabbi Charlaa Ru-
bel. _______ _______
Ib'NAI ISRAEL AND GREATER MI-
AMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE. 9300
Sunset Drive. Orthodox. Rabbi Ralph
Ollxman. 8-A
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CINTIR. S4S
Collina Ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Baal
Nahmlaa. 81
ETZ CHAIM CONGREGATION. 1844
Waahington Ava. Orthodox. S3
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th St. Caueeway.
Conservative. Cantor Murray Yav-
nah. J2.A
AQUDAS ACHIM NUBACH SEFARD
CONQREQATION. 707 6th St. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Mordacal Chalmovlts.
82-B
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN TEMPLE. 1021
NE Miami Qardena Dr. Conaarva-
tlva. Rabbi Slmcha Fraadman. Can-
tor Ian Alparn. SS
-------------------
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ava. Hebrew
Religioue Community Cantor. 19251
NE 3rd Ave. Orthodox. 33-A
BETH TORAH CONQREQATION.
1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd. Con-
aarvatlva. Dr. Max A. Lipachitx.
Cantor Jacob B. Mandalaon. 84
SEPHARDIC JEWI8H CENTER. 571
NE 171 et St. Orthodox. Rabbi Ne-
aim Qambach. Cantor Joaaph Na-
houm. S8-A
B'NAI RAPHAEL CONGREGATION.
1401 NW 183rd St. Conaarvatlva.
Rabbi Victor D. Zwalllng. Cantor
Jack Lerner. SS
SINAI TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE.
18801 NE 22nd Ava. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingeley. Cantor Irving
Shulkaa. 37
SKY LAKE 8YNAQOQUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Bid-
nick. SS
ISRAEL TEMPLE OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabbi Joaaph R. Narot. 10
^ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St Coniervatlva. Rabbi Solomon
Waldenbarg. Cantor Nathan Par
nan. 11
YOUNQ ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171 et St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Zav Left. 39
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CORAl OABLES
JUOEA TEMPLE. 5550 Qranada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Michael B. Ei-
senetat. Cantor Rita Shore. 40
'OR OLOM TEMPLE. 8755 SW 16th
St. Conaarvatlva. Rabbi David M.
Biron. Cantor Stanley Rioh. 18
ZAMORA TEMPLE. 44 Zamora Ava.,
Conaervative. Rabbi Maurice Klein.
41
SRAEL-SOUTH TEMPLE (former-
ly Beth Tlkva). 9025 Suneet Or. Re-
form. Rabbi Joeeph R. Narot. 13-A
SAMUEL TEMPLE. 8900 SW 107th
Ave., Suite 306. Conoeervatlve.
ZION TEMPLE. 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
aervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor Erro! Halfman. 16
HILLEL JEWISH STUDENT CEN-
TER, COLLEGE STUDENT SYNA-
GOGUE. Univeraity of Miami. 1100
Millar Drive. Traditional and Lib-
eral Servicea. Rabbi Richard A.
Davla.
Davia. 68
HIAIEAH
TIFERETH JACOB TEMPLE. 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. 18
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONQREQATION.
9348 Harding Ava. Orthodox. Rabbi
mac D. Vine. 80
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONQREQATION.
2225 NE 121at St. Conaarvatlva. Rab-
bi Dr. Daniel J. Fingerer. Cantor
Yehuda Blnyamin. 88
HOMESTEAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER.
183 NE 8th St. Conaervative. 61
MIAMI BEACH
AOUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever.
17
FORT LAUDEIDALE
BETH ISRAEL TEMPLE. 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Conaarvatlva.
Rabbi Philip A. Labowltz. Cantor
Maurice Nau. 42
BETH EL. 2400 Pine Tree Dr. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Alexander Qroaa. 8
EMANU-EL TEMPLE. 3243 W. Oak-
land Park Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Joel
S. Goor. Cantor Jerome Klement.
48
| BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rebbi Mordeeal Shapiro. 18
B.ETH JACOB. 301 Waahington Ava.
(Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryaliu T.
fswireky. Cantor Maurlca Mamehaa.
18
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 9108
NW 67th St. Conaarvatlva. Rabbi
larael Zimmerman. 44-A
YOUNQ ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD.
3897 Stirling Rd. Orthodox. Rabbi
Moaha Bomzer. 62
I'BETH RAPHAEL TEMPLE. 1648
Jefferson Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi
Elliot Winograd. Cantor Saul Braeh.
20
I'BETH SHOLOM TEMPLE. 4144
Chaee Ava. Liberal. Dr. Leon Kron-
leh. Cantor David Conviaar. 21
|BETH SOLOMON TEMPLE. 1081
Lincoln Rd. Modern Coniervatlva.
Rabbi David Raab. Cantor Mordeeal
Yardelnl. 21-A
|BETH TFILAH CONQREQATION.
33 Euclid Ava. Orthodox. Rabbi I.
M. Troppar. 22
DEERFIEIO BEACH
JEWISH CENTER BETH ISRAEL
OF DEERFIELD BEACH. Century
Village Eaet. Conaarvatlva. Rabbi
David Barent. 82
--------------------
FOMFANO BEACH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. Con-
aervative. 4101 NW 9th St. 44-B
SHOLOM TEMPLE. 132 SE 11th Ave.
Coneervatlve. Rabbi Morrla A. 8kop.
Cantor Yaacov Renxer. 49
JETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONQREQA-
TION. 848 Meridian Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 22-A
I'NAI ZION TEMPLE. 200 178th St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Dr. Abraham I.
Jacobion. 22-B
CORAl SPRINGS
CORAL 8PRINGS HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 3721 N.W. 100th Ave.
Re-form. Rabbi Max Weitx. 44
------------a
HAUANDAU
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
416 NE 8th Ava. Conaervative. Rab-
bi Harry E. Schwartz. Cantor Jacob
Danzlgar. 1*
PEMBROKE PINES
TEMPLE IN THE PINES, 1900 Uni-
versity Drive. Coneervatlve. Rabbi
Sidney I. Lubln. SS
--------------a
HOUYWOOO
BETH EL TEMPLE. 1881 8. 14th
Ava. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Aiaiitant Rabbi Harvey M Roien-
feld.
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BETH SHALOM TEMPLE. 4601 Ar-
thur St. Conervetive. Rabbi Morton
Malavaky. Cantor Irving Gold. 48
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4EBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pine 'SINAI TEMPLE. 1201 Johneton St.
[Tm Rte AsttSSfiR.hhl Alexander Conaervative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
2t Aiioclata Rabbi Chalm S. Lletfleld.
CHABAD HOUSE. 1401 Alton Rd.
Orthodox. Rabbi Joaaph Biaton. 88
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fUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Waahington Ave., Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 21
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW
CONQREQATION. 718 Waahington
'Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Melr Maallah
Melamad. 23-A
EMANU-EL TEMPLE. 1701 Waah-
ington Ava. Conaervative. Or. Irving
i Lehrman. Cantor Zvl Adler. 84
S. Qroee.
68
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JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Waahington Ava.
Orthodox. Dr. Tibor H. 8tern. Can-
tor Meyer Engel.
NESETH ISRAEL. 1476 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrf ield.
Cantor Abraham Self. *7
lUBAVITCH CONGREGATION. 1120
1 Conine Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abra-
Iham Korf. 7
BETH AHM TEMPLE. 310 SW 62nd
Ava. Conaervative. Rabbi David Ro-
eenfield. *7-B
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SOLEL TEMPLE. 5100 Sheridan St.
Liberal. Rabbi Robert Frazin. 47-C
IENORAH TEMPLE. 820 78th St.
Coneervatlve. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
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University of Miami Hillel Sponsoring Israeli Fair
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Jewish FkrMkHi
Friday, April 16, 1976 f
MGAl NOTKI
LI6AL HOTKi
GARY D. MOSS
Intercontinental
Promotes Moss
Gary David Moss has been
promoted to vice president of
Intercontinental Bank of Miami
Beach, it was announced by
Benjamin I. Shulman, chairman
of the board of the bank.
Moss, who joined Intercontin-
ental Bank of Miami Beach in
1974, received his B.S. and
M.B.A. degrees from Long Is-
land University.
Moss was a commercial lend-
ing officer at National Bank of
North America for four years
prior to joining Intercontinental
Bank of Miami Beach. A mem-
ber of the business division
faculty at Miami-Dade Commu-
nity College, he has been active
in bank credit fraternities.
I
!
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spirit-
ual leader of Temple Beth
Sholom, was elected a sen-
ior vice president of the
American Jewish Congress
at the organization's nation-
al biennial convention in
Washington. Rabbi Arthur
Hertzberg, of Englewood,
N.J., was elected to a third
two-year term as AJC presi-
dent.
UMl NOTKl ~
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO. 76-9871
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of:
MARK PITTMAN.
Husband,
and
LINDA SUSAN PITTMAN.
Witt
TO: LINDA SUSAN PITTItAN
Rancho Santa Crua
Calsado de loa Areos No. 1
Puobla. Pnebla, Mexico
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you la
the above styled cause, and you are
required to serve a copy of your An-
swer to the Petition for Dissolution
of Marriage on the Petitioner's attor-
neys BLITSTEIN tc MOLAN8. 1440
N.W. 14 th Avenue. Miami. Florida
31125, and file the original Answer In
the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court. General Jurisdiction Division.
.71 W. Flagler Street, Miami, Florida
on or before the 7th day of May. 1174);
otherwise a default will be entered
against you.
DATED at Miami. Dade County.
Florida this 26th day of March. 1176.
RICHARD P. BRINKER, CLERK
Clark of Circuit Court
It W. Flagler Street
Miami, Dade County. Florida
By B. LIPP8
(aa Deputy Clerk)
(COURT SEAL.)
4/1-9-16-33
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE! SBRVIOB
(NO PROPERTY)
IN TM CIRCUIT COUBYpr TMB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. r*.9MJ ,.
GENERAL JWMMOTION DIVraiON
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of:
HALDEMAH ALBORNOZ.
Petitioner.
aad
CARMEN LUENOO ALBORNOZ.
Respondent.
TO: CARMEN LUENOO
ALBORNOZ
Mac Iver Ml
Santiago. Chile _^___
YOU ARE HEHXBT NOTTFIBD
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against yoa and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to It OB
O, FRANK QUBSADA. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address IB IN
Ponce Lie Lsoa Blvd.. Suite M6. Coral
Gables. Florida 11114. aad file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before May 1. 19T9:
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published onoa
each week tor four consecutive weak*
In THE JEWISH FLORTDLVN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
2th day of March. 1971.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By M. J. HARTNBTT
Aa Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
O. FRANK QUBSADA. fJBQ.
Ill Ponce De Leon Blvd.. Suite 100
Coral Oables. Florida 11194
Telephone: 441-2917
Attorney for Petitioner
4/2-9-16-99
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SBRVICB
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 79-9291
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
The marriage of:
cynthia Mclaughlin.
Wife,
and
edward l Mclaughlin.
Husband,
TO: EDWARD L MCLAUGHLIN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a petition for Dissolution of your
Marriage has been filed and com-
menced In this court and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses. If any. to It on LYONS
AND SMITH. PA. attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address Is 1210 N.W.
7th Street, Miami. Florida 13126. and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before April
10, 1976; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
prayed for In the complaint or peti-
tion.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and and the
seal of said court at Miami. Florida
on this 23rd day of March. 1979.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By B. LIPP8
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
LYONS AND SMITH. P.A.
By: RICHARD W. LYONS
1230 N.W. 7th Street
Miami. Florida 11129
Attorney for Petitioner
______________________9/26 4/2-9-16
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Civil Action No. 76-10042
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOB
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
HELENS F. WOOD.
Wife,
and
LOREN T. WOOD.
Husband.
TO: LOREN T. WOOD
(residence unknown)
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed ngaln.it you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any, to It on
JOSEPH W. MALEK. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 160 Lin-
coln Road. Suite 501, Miami Beach.
Florida 13139, and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before May 9, 1976: other-
wise a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In the
complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In the Jewish Floridlan.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida, on this
29th day of March. 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By L. 8NEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
JOSEPH W. Mil.mr
160 Lincoln Road, Suite 101
Miami Beach, Florida 33129
Attorney for Petitioner
4/1-9-19-29
NOTICB UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
S. A L. IMPORTS at 9966 8.W. 77
Avenue, Apt. No. 1001, Miami. Fla.
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JEFF REI8MAN
4/1-9 16-99

NOTICB OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 79-11163
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MAHRIAGE OF
JESUS LOPEZ.
Husband. Petitions'
and
ROSA LOPEZ.
Wife. Respondent
TO: ROSA LOPEZ _____.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to ssrve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to It on
DANIEL RETTER. attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address Is 801 Dade
Federal Building. 101 East Flagler
St., Miami. Florida 38111. and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before May 14. 1976:
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
7th day of April. 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By M. J. HARTNETT
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DANIEL RETTER. ESQUIRE
801 Dade Federal Building
101 East Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 33131
Phone: 358-6090
Attorney for Petitioner ,,.,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMB LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SUN COLLECTION BUREAU at ISM
S.W. Third Avenue, Miami. Florida
33129 Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
BI8CAYNE BUREAU
OF COLLECTIONS. CORP.
A Fla. Corp.
4/3-9-16-39
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVB SBRVICB
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 79-10127
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
JOSE M. GARCIA
Petitioner,
and
LILIAN HERNANDEZ GARCIA.
Respondent.
TO: LILIAN HERNANDEZ
GARCIA
Last known addrsss
Granja Motembo
Corrallllo, Las Villas. Cuba
TOU ARE HEREBY NOTTFIBD
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any, to It
on GLADYS GERSON. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address la Stone.
Sostchln & Koss, P.A. 101 Northwest
12th Avenue. Miami. Florida 33128.
and file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or before
May 7, 1971: otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or peti-
tion.
This noUce shall be published onoa
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
30th day of March. 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By M. J. HARTNBTT
Aa Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Gladys Qerson
Stone, Sostchln A Koss. P.A.
101 NW. 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 23128
Attorney tor Petitioner
_____________________________4/2-9-16-23
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Civil Action No. 76-10043
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOB
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
WALTER H. TOMASHUNA8.
Husband.
BONNIE TOMASHUNA8.
Wife.
TO: BONNIE TOMASHUNAS
(residence unknown)
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to It on
JOSEPH W. MALEK. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 960 Lin-
coln Road. Suite 601. Miami Beach.
Florida 33139, and Hie the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before May 6, 1976: other-
wise a default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded In the
complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published one*
each week for four consecutive weeks
in the Jewish Floridlan.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida, on this
39th day of March, 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By Lt 8NEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
JOSEPH W. MALEK
960 Lincoln Road. Bait* Ml
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
6/9-9 16-99
CIRCUIT COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 76-10891
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAOB OF:
BERTRAND J. JACQUES,
Husband.
BOBBIE J. JACQUES.
You, Bobble J. Jacques, residence
unknown, are hereby notified to serve
a copy of your Answer to the Disso-
lution of Marriage filed against you.
upon husband's attorney. GEORGE
NICHOLAS, ESQ.. 612 N.W <**>>
nue, Miami, Florida 33136, and file
original with Clerk of Court on or be-
fore May 14, 1976: otherwise the Pe-
tition will be confessed by you.
Dated this 6th day of April 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER. CLERK
By; M. HERRERA
Deputy Clerk ^^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 79-2117
Division FRANK B. DOWLING
IN RE: ESTATE OF
PAULINE RUSH
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ABOVE ESTATE:
Within three months from the time
of the first publication of this notlcs
you are required to file with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida Probate Division, the address
of which is 73 West Flagler Street.
Miami. Florida, a written statement
of any claim or demand you may have
against the estate of PAULINE
RUSH, deceased.
Each claim must be In writing and
must Indicate the basis for the claim,
the name and address of the creditor
or his agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed. If the claim la not
yet due, the date when it will become
due shall be stated. If the claim Is
contingent or unliquidated, the nature
of the uncertainty shall be stated. If
the claim Is secured, the security shall
be described. The claimant shall de-
liver sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk to enable the clerk to mall
one copy to each personal representa-
tive.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
HARKED
Dated March 30. 1976.
DANIEL M. ONIEWKOWSKT
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of PAULINE RUSH
Deceased
Michael A. Blenstock Attorney
SHAPIRO. FRIED. WEIL A
SCHEER
407 Lincoln RoadSuite 10-B
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone: 538-6361
4/9-16
CIRCUIT COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO. 76.10467
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
KLEBEHT LUCIEN
DESRUISSEAUX. Husband,
vs.
AGNES DESRUISSEAUX.
Wife.
YOU. AGNES DESRUISSEAUX.
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN, are hereby
notified to serve a copy of your An-
swer to the Dissolution of Marriage
filed against you. upon husband's at-
torney. GEORGE NICHOLAS. ESQ.
612 N.W. 12th Avenue. Miami. Florida
63136, and file original with Clerk of
Court on or before May 14, 1976:
otherwise the Petition will be confess-
ed by you.
Dated this 1st day of April. 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER. CLERK
By M. J. HARTNETT
Deputy Clerk
____________________________4/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of INTERNATIONAL PRINTINO
EQUIPMENT A SUPPLY. INC. at
6910 Blscayne Blvd., Miami, Fla.
33138 intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
MR. LESLIE EISENBERG
4/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of GLOBE CHEM at 7124 N.W. 1
Court No. A. Miami, Fla.. 33150 In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
BENJAMIN DOUADI
____________________________4/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of OFFSHORE SALVAGE SERVICES
at 178 Mac Arthur Causeway. Miami
Beach. Florida 33139 Intend to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
OFFSHORE SCIENTIFIC
SERVICES. INC.
BY: JACK L KLUENER
Secretary-Treas,
BY: JACK L. KLUEVER
President
ARTHUR S. DAVIS
Attorney for OFFSHORE SCIENTI-
FIC 8ERVICES. INC.
____________________________4/9-16-M-30
NOTICE UNOBR
FICTITIOUS NAMB LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
'1 b,u,l,Jn.e."."_under fictitious name
f MAQNIFIQUE SANDWICHES A
RESTAURANT at 9612 FontaineblesS
Blvd.. Miami. Florida Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
EATS. INC.
t>, 15yi.JA1MIB F QOUDIE
BLITSTEIN AND MOLAN8
Attorneys for EATS. INC.
1440 N.W. 14th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33136
4/9-16-21-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NUMBER 7S-77M
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ROBERT CRAWFORD KIRK.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL PBR80NS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMAND AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE:_____
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFLED
that the administration of the es-
tate of ROBERT CRAWFORD KIRK,
deceased. File Number 75-7760. Is
pending in the Circuit Court for Dada
County, Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which Is Dade County
Courthouse. Miami. Florida 13130. The
personal representative of this estate
Is JOSEPH McMULLEN. whose ad-
dress Is 6870 Coral Way, Miami. Flor-
ida. The name and address of the at-
torney tor the estate Is set forth ba-
Wlthln three months from the time
of the first publication of this notloa
you are required to file with the Clark
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida, Probate Division, the address
of which is Dade County Courthouse.
71 West Flagler Street. Miami. Flor-
ida 33130, a written statement of any
claim or demand you may hava
against the estate of ROBERT CRAW-
FORD KIRK deceased.
Each claim must be In writing and
must Indicate the basis for the claim,
the name and address of the creditor
or his agent or attornex. and the
amount claimed. If the claim la not
yet due. the date when It will become
due shall be stated It the claim Is
contingent or unliquidated, the nature
of the uncertainty shall be stated. If
the claim Is secured, the security shall
be described. The claimant shall de-
liver sufficient copies of the claim to
the clerk to enable the clerk to mall
one copy to each personal represen-
tative.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS not
so filed will be forever barred.
Dated: April 9. 1976.
JOSEPH McMULLEN
As Personal Representative of
Estate of ROBERT CRAWFORD
KIRK. Deceased.
JOSEPH McMULLEN
Attorney
6870 Coral Way
Miami, Florida 33165
Telephone: 665-6916
4/9-19
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE 8ERVICB
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-10999
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage Of
DAVID FRANK IVY
Petitioner
and
BARBRO INGER YVONNE IVT.
Respondent
TO: BARBRO INGER YVONNE
IVY (Lorgvlst)
Sufflorgat. 7
21482 Malmo
Sweden
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTFIED
that an action for Dissolution of
Manage has been filed against you
and you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses. If any. to It
on ELLIS S. SIMRING. attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose address
is 820 Arthur Godfrey Road. Miam1.
Beach. Florida, and file the origin.*'
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before May 14. 1976: oth-
erwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDLAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
6th day of April. 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By R. M. KISSEE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ELLIS S SIMRING. ESQ.
GROVER CIMENT WEINSTEIN
A STAIIBER. P.A.
820 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
Attorney for Petitioner
4/9-16-23-36
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. 76-10887
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOB *,
IN RE: The Marriage of
SHIRELY WATSON FRYE
Petitioner, Wife
AND
GEORGE ROBERT FRYE
Respondent-Husband
TO: GEORGE ROBERT FRYB
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any to It on
Louis R Beller. attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address Is 430 Lincoln
Road. Suite 218. Miami Beach. Fla..
and nie (he original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or before
May 12, 1976; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded In the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
5th day of April. 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By L SNEBDEN
._ A Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
4/9-16-91-16
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iday, April 16, 1976
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constructor service
(no propbrty)
th1 circuit court or thi
llvbnth judicial circuit or
florida, in and ror
dadc county
civil action no. 1s-s17s
neral JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
CTOR JAIME CABFEJO.
Husband.
, and
Jana cabrbjo.
Wlf*8
JUANA CABRBJO
Carrera 71A No. 7017
Bogota, Colombia _____
roU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
at an action for Dissolution of Mar-
ie has bean filed against you and
arc required to aerve a copy of
r written defenses. It any. to It
[Albert L Carrlcarta. Eaq.. attor-
for Petitioner, whose address la
|1 N.W. 7th Street, Miami. Flor-
_ and file the original with the clerk
Tthe above styled court on or be-
re April 30th, 1(76; otherwise a de-
Xilt will be entered against you for
le relief demanded In the complaint
I petition.
This notice shall be published once
u-h week for four consecutlTe weeks
, THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN.
[WITNESS my hand and the seal
r said court at Miami, Florida on this
End day of March. 1971.
RICHARD P. BRINKBR
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By M. Hen-era
Aa Deputy Clerk
"ircult Court Seal)
JIbert L CARRICARTB. ESQ.
h9l N.W. 7th Street
lllaml. Florida II1U
Attorney for Petltloaar
hone No. 149-7917
________________1/16 4/1-9-u
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
be undersigned, desiring to engage la
uslnesa under the fictitious name of
iTUDIO CENTER, LTD. at 14871
IE 20 AVENUE. NORTH MIAMI.
fLA. Intends to register said name
kith the Clerk of the Circuit Court
|f Dade County, Florida.
STEVEN CUIFFO
______________________4/1-9-16-M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 76-11177
NOTICE TO APPEAR
(BY PUBLICATION)
[IN RE: The marriage of
WINSTON GEORGE LEE. husband.
land VELMA NICHOLSON LEE.
wife.
|TO: VELMA NICHOLSON LEE
38 Lagoon Avenue .
Harbour View. Kingston 17
Jamaica, West Indies
TOU ARE HEREBY required to
| serve a copy of your Answer to the
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
herein on the Petitioner's Attorney.
MURRAY Z. KLEIN. Suite 800. Sey-
bold Building, 36 N.E. 1st Street. Mi-
ami, Florida, and file the original In
[the office of the Clerk of said Circuit
I Court on or before May 14. 1976. or
I said cause will be taken aa confessed
I by you.
Dated this 7th day of April. 1976.
RICHARD P. BKINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
B. LIPPS
Deputy Clerk
4/9-16-11-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 76-16*4
Division FRANK B. DOVVLINO
|N RE: ESTATE OR
UIHAHAM ZIMBER,
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
I ALL PERSONS HAVING
i .A IMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL
3THER PER80NS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE:
[ TOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the administration of the estate
Df ABRAHAM ZIMBER, deceased. File
Number 76-1564. la pending In the Cir-
cuit Court for Dade County. Florida.
.Probate Division, the address of which
Is 73 West Flagler. Miami. Florida
13130. The personal representative of
he estate la SHIRLEY SCHARF
vhoae adresa la 11111 Biscayne Blvd..
alaml, Fl. The name and address of
he personal representative's attorney
ire set forth below.
All persons having claims or de-
nands against the estate are requlr-
within three months
prom the date of the first
Publication of this notice.
file with the clerk of the above
Durt a written statement of any
aim or demand they may have. Each
ilm must be in writing and must
ucate the basis for the claim, the
ne and address of the creditor or
Is agent or attorney, and the amount
Wlmed. If the claim la not yet due.
|e date when It will become due shall
i stated. If the claim Is contingent or
nllquidated, the nature of the uncer-
Inty shall be stated. If the claim Is
cured, the security shall be deacrlb-
l. The claimant ahall deliver auffl-
ent copies of the claim to the clerk
enable the clerk to mall one copy
each personal representative.
|A11 persona Interested In the estate
whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
Ministration haa been mailed are re-
tired, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
flOM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
JBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
file any objectiona they may have
at challenges the validity of the
cedent'a will, the qualifications of
personal representative, or the ve-
le or Jurisdiction of the court.
ILL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND
JECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
FOREVER BARRED.
^ ate of the first publication of this
Mice of Administration: April 9.
?6.
SHIRLEY SCHARF
ts Personal Representative of the
Estate of ABRAHAM ZIMBER
Deceased
JRNEY FOR ____
SONAL REPRESENTATIVE:
*RY ZUKERNICK
Lincoln Rd.
si Beach. Fl. 31119
Phone: .1.-7.17
NOTICR OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
JNO PROPERTY)
IRCUIT COURT OR THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OR
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-10177
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
IN RE: The Marriage of
JOHNNIE WALKER, Husband
and
ALMA JEWELL WALKER. Wife.
TO: ALMA JEWELL WALKER.
Wife
e/o ALMA J. ROGERS
1604 huntsvilj.e road
birmingham, alabama
sum
you are hereby nottftbd
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage haa been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenaea. If any. to it
on BERNARD A. WIEDER, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address la 407
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida
33139, and file the original with the
clerk of the above atyled court on or
before May 6, 1976; otherwise a da-
fault will be entered against you tor
the relief demanded In the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeka
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of said court at .Miami. Florida on this
30th day of March. 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKBR
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By R. M. KISSES
Aa Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
BERNARD A. WIEDER
407 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
_________^_______*'*-*-!'-**
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
WOMEN'S GUIDANCE CENTER at
7629 N.E. 2 Ave Miami. Fla. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
WOMENS GUIDANCE CENTER. INC.
a Fla. Corp.
EUNICE M. TIMM
STEVEN LORDS
EDWARD LEE ROBBINS
______________ 3/26 4/1-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of PENGUIN AIRCONDITIONINO at
12914 N.W. 7th Avenue. North Miami,
intends to regiater aald name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
PENGUIN AIR CONDITIONING
CORP.
MARTIN ROTH
Attorney for Corporation
1111 Alnaley Building
Miami. Florida 33121
4/9-16-21-10
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAMI LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned. dealrlng to engage la
business under the tlctltloua name of
ANIMAL SCIENCE INSTITUTE at
1010 N E. Second Avenue. Miami, no
Ida Intenda to register said name win
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad-
County. Florida. ____
PETFECTION. INC.
Jeffrey Kwaanek. Proprietor
STEPHEN J. AVRACH
Attorney for Petfectlon. Inc.
410 Lincoln Road
Miami Bueh. Florida Milt ^ #
notice under
Fictitious nami law
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned. dealrlng to engage n
business undere "ctltloui name of
D'ANGELOS FASHIONS Or MIAMI
at 1095 N.W. 21 St.. Miami. Fla. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. ___
ABID.OSUAREZ ^^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned, dealrlng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TBXICOLOR SUPPLY COMPANY at
1610 N.E. 108 Street, Miami. Fla..
11161 Intenda to regiater aald name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida.
I.II.IA H. BERTOT
4/9-16-11-10
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. 76-10863
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN RE: the marriage of
ROBERT G. NOVAK.
Husband,
and
ELAINE NOVAK.
Wife.
TO: ELAINE NOVAK
residence unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage haa been filed against you and
you are required to aerve a copy of
your written defenses. If any, to It on
A. NORMAN DRUCKER. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address la 420 Lin-
coln Road, Suite 601. Miami Beach.
Florida, and file the original with the
clerk of the above atyled court on or
before May 12. 1976; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered agalnat you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
This 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
6th day of April. 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By L. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
A. NORMAN DRUCKER
420 Lincoln Road. Suite 601
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
4/9-16-13-30
CIRCUIT COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 76-10(74
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
LAPSON DORSONNE.
Husband,
vs.
LEO LA K. DORSONNE.
Wife.
You, Leola K. Dorsonne. realdence
unknown, are hereby notified to aerve
a copy of your Anawer to the Disso-
lution of Marriage filed against you.
upon husband's attorney. GEORGE
NICHOLAS. ESQ.. 612 N.W. 12th Ave-
nue, Miami. Florida 33136. and file
original with Clerk of Court on or be-
fore May 14. 1976; otherwise the Pe-
tition will be confeaaed by you.
Dated thla 6th day of April. 1976
RICHARD P. BRINKER. CLERK
By: M. HERRERA
Deputy Clerk
4/9-16-23-30
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 76-11066 ____
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
JOSE ZUNIGA.
Husband,
GEORGINA ZUNIGA.
You. Georglna Zunlga, residence
unknown, are hereby notified to
serve a copy of your Anawer to the
Dissolution of Marriage filed agalnat
you upon husband's attorney.
GEORGE NICHOLAS. ESQ.. IBK.*
12th Avenue. Miami. Florida 33136.
and file original with Clerk of the
Court on or before May 14. 1976;
otherwise the Petition will be confeaa-
Dated this 6th day of April. 1976.
RICHARD P BRINKER. CLERK
By: It. M. KISSEE
Deputy Clerk ~ M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
REEF
AND
REEF EAST
at 7880 N.W. 66 St Miami. Fl_ In-
tenda to register aald names w'thtto
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
;oub^eI'earch ECOLOGICAI.
ENTERPRISES OF FLORIDA. INC.
a Fla. Corp.
STEPHEN A. MICHEI.SON. Free.
LEVINE. RECKSON A REED
Attorney* for applicant
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 7S-6462
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE TO APPEAR
(BY PUBLICATION)
IN RE: The marriage of
CHERISNA PIERRE, wife, and
THEODORE PIERRE, husband.
TO: THEODORE PIERRE
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY required to
serve a copy of your Answer to the
Petition for Dlaeolutlon of Marriage
herein on the Petitioner's Attorney.
MURRAY Z. KLEIN. Suite 100. Sey-
bold Building, 16 N.E. lat St.. Miami
Florida, and file the original In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or beiore April 10. 1976. or aald
cause will be taken aa confeaaed by
you.
DATED thla 14th day of March. ltT6.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
C. P. COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
l/M 4/.-S-U
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. W.111S7
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
DIEGO HORTA.
Petitioner/Husband.
ELIZABETH HORTA.
Respondent/Wife. .___,
TO: ELIZABETH HORTA
Star Rt.Box: 685A
Tonopan. Arliona 85354 ________
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to it
on Marcelo M. Agudo. **}'***
Petitioner, whose address is AGUDO.
ANTON & PINEIRO. 1647 S.W. 27th
Avenue, Miami. Florida 33145. and
file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or before
May 14 1976; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or petl-
Thla notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FIxORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal or
said court at Miami. Florida on this
6th dav of April, 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By B. LIPPS
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Marcelo M. Agudo _.-
AGUDO. ANTON A PINEIRO
1647 S.W. 27th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33145
(305) 854-2643
Attorney for P-"//,.ll.ll.lo
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FRANK B. DOWLINO
NO. 76-1990
IN RE: ESTATE OF
NORMA TARMIN.
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED
IN SAID ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the administration of the estate
of NORMA TARMIN. deceased. File
Number 76-1990, Is pending In the
Circuit Court for Dade County. Flor-
ida, Probate Division, the address of
which Is Dade County Courthouse. Mi-
ami, Florida. The personal represen-
tative of this estate Is ANTHONY
TARMIN. whose address Is 826 West
Marshall Street, Norrlstown, Pennsyl-
vania. The name and address of the
attorney for the personal representa-
tive are set forth below.
All persona having claims or de-
mands against the estate are requir-
ed, WrTHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
to file with the clerk of the
Court a written statement of any
claim or demand they may have. Each
claim must be in writing and must
indicate the basis for the claim, the
name and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the amou.it
claimed. If the claim Is not yet due,
the date when It will become due shall
be stated. If the claim is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the uncer-
tainty shall be stated. If the claim Is
secured, the security shall be describ-
ed. The claimant shall deliver suffi-
cient copies of the claim to the clerk
to enable the clerk to mall one copy
to each personal representative.
All persons Interested In the estate
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
to file any objections they may have
that challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the qualifications of
the personal representative, or the ve-
nue or Jurisdiction of the court.
ANTHONY TARMIN
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of Norma Tarmin, Deceased
LOUIS GLAZER
Law Offices
GLAZER A GLAZER
11711 Biscayne Boulevard
North Miami, Florida 33181
ATTORNEY FOR
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
First Published on: April 9. 1976.
4/9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 76-2182
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JEROME HAUSER
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AOAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE: ______
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the administration of the estate
of JEROME HAUSER. deceased. File
Number 76-2182, Is pending In the
Circuit Court for Dade County. Flor-
ida, Probate Dlvlalon. the address of
which ia Dade County Courthouse. 71
Weat Flagler Street. Miami. Fla. The
personal representative of the estate
is BARRY C FLEISHER. whose ad-
dreaa la 420 Lincoln Road. Suite 450.
Miami Beach. Fla. 33139. The name
and address of the personal represen-
tative's attorney are set forth below.
All persons having claims or de-
mands against the estate are requir-
ed. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
to file with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of any
claim or demand they may have. Each
claim must be In writing and must
Indicate the basis for the claim, the
name and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the amount
claimed. If the claim is not yet due.
the date when it will become due shall
be stated. If the claim Is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the uncer-
tainty shall be stated. If the claim Is
secured, the security shall be describ-
ed. The claimant shall deliver suffi-
cient copies of the claim to the clerk
to enable the clerk to mall one copy
to each personal representative.
All persons Interested in the estate
to whom a copy of thla Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OK THIS NOTICE,
to file any objections they may a have
that challenges
NOTICR UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned. dealrlng to engage
In bualneaa under the fictitious name
of JERRY AND YVONNE'S DINER
at number 13900 Biscayne Blvd.. In
the City of North Miami Beach. Flor-
ida, Intenda to regiater the aald name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
Dated at North Miami Beach. Flor-
ida, thla lat day of April. 1976.
CRQSSMAN BROTHERS. INC.
By: Philip J. Croaaman. President
Attorney for Applicant
Mortimer 8. Cohen
Suite 800 Alnaley Bldg.
14 N.E. lat Are.
Miami. Florida 31111
4/1-16-II-I0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealrlng to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of VISION EYE GLASSES and VI-
SION OPTICS at 946 East 25th Street.
Hlaleah, intends to regiater said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
JOHN COSCUELA 100%
4/2-9-16-2!
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. TO-tSBS
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOE
IN RE: The Marriage of
MARIE PETERSON, Wife.
and
TIMOTHY JOSEPH PETERSON.
Husband.
TO:
MR TIMOTHT JOSEPH
PETERSON
Residence Unknown _____
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to It
on Kwltney. Kroop A Schelnberaj.
P.A., attorneys for Petitioner, whose
address Is 420 Lincoln Road, Suite 611.
Miami Beach. Florida, and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before May 5. 1976;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
In the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeka
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on thla
26th day of March. 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida
By L. SNEEDEN
Aa Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
KWITNEY, KROOP A
SCHEINBERG. PA.
420 Lincoln RoadSuite 511
Miami Beach, Florida 33119
Attorneys for Petitioner
4/2-9-14-1*
>w.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
THE PI.ACE FOR STEAK at 1116
79th Street Cauaeway. Miami. Dade
County. Florida Intenda to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
SOUTHERN CATERERS OF
NORTH BAY VILLAGE. INC.
SHIRLEY WOOLF. ESQ.
Attorney for Southern Caterera of
North Bay Village, Inc.
Suite 211. 420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 13139
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned. desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FINANCIAL REAL ESTATE CON-
SULTANTS at 11601 S.W. 64 Avenue
Miami. Fla. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
PEGGY BIELEY
Sole Owner
(Registered Real Batata Broker) ^ ^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgned. desiring to engage In
- business under the fictitiousinane of
the validity of the INLAND INDUSTRIAL PROPERTIES
decedent's will, the qualifications of
the personal representative, or the ve-
nue or Jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CI.AIMS. DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER MARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: April 9.
BARRY C. FLEISHER
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of JEROME HAUSER
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE:
LAW OFFICE OF
BARRY C. FLEISHER
420 Lincoln Road. Suite 450
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone: 538-4421
4/s-lh
at 1440 N.E. 131 St. North Miami.
Fla. Intend to regiater said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida. _.,.-.
GAYLA SUE LEVIN-
ADA FRIEDKIN
IRENE ABEL
Nelson, Feldman A Davidson
Attorneys for Appllcanta
1/16 4/1-9-U
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Oil SRI tint
the undersigned, dealring to engage In
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THR
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 76-9061
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The marriage of
DeNormandie. Frank.
Husband,
and
DeNormandie. Amanda,
Wife.
YOU. AMANDA DeNormandie. 14
Lincoln Street. Olenvlew. Illlnola
60016. are required to file your an-
swer to the petition for dissolution of
marriage with the Clerk of the above
Court and aerve a copy thereof upon
bnuMnSs7,urfd".rth7ficm.o"u.--ame- o"f (*>>*,- SS% BtrStf Want
BASW Fn5 ft&VW F^ri-da." lllS0Won oV fiS^S
Blvd" North Miami, Fla. Intends to
regiater aald name with the Clerk of }7,
the Circuit Court of Dade County. Dateo
EUROPEAN BEACH AND
SPORTSWEAR INC.
A Fla. Corp.
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Mar. I*. 1971
Richard P. Brinker.
Clerk, Circuit Court
By M. 8 HARTNBTT
Deputy Clerk ^^


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ALL OUR KOSHER MARKETS
WILL BE CLOSED WED. & THURS.
APRIL 21st and 22nd
IN OBSERVANCE OF PASSOVER
KASMtUTH SWttVlSION
EV, J. C. KLEIN REV. WILLIAM SHUIMAN
no
WHOIESAU KOSHER MEAT AND POUITRY WAREHOUSE
Sales Manager: JACK DIAMOND
DEPARTMENT MANAGERS
HAiVIYMEYCTS MCE MAYMUK
Market Supervisor: PHILIP KATZ
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Additional Nominations in For # ___ # 9
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Eight additional nominations
for the 29th annual Dade Coun-
ty Outstanding Citizens Awards,
to be presented May 6, have
been received. They include:
Milton Gordon, nominated by
Senior Citizens League of Vot-
ers, Inc., for his "unselfish
service to this community" and
his "exemplary leadership in
volunteer activities."
Gertrude Lowenthal, by
North Bay Village Lions Club,
"has devoted her life to bring-
ing happiness to others."
Sally Milledge, by YWCA,
who "has been in the lorefront
of women's issues as well as of
the efforts toward the elimina-
tion of racism."
Dr. Manolo Reyes, by United
Way, who "has served the
United Way with diligence and
distinction."
Ernest Samuels, by Brandeis
Lodge No. 2705 B'nai B'rith and
the Jewish National Fund: "as
a dedicated volunteer he exem-
plifies service to the whole
community in every area of en-
lightened citizenship."
Jacob Shemiuk, by Dedica-
tion Lodge B'nai B'rith: "he do-
nated to B'nai B'rith a lifetime
of work depicting through his
art the life in the shtetl."
Paul Slayden. by Boy Scouts
of America, who "spends long
and fruitful hours serving scout-
ing as chairman of the Hurri-
cane District."
Benjamin Turner, by YWCA,
who "ultilized his knowledge
and resources to work with
YWCA leadership in planning,
building and financing a build-
ing in downtown Miami that is
a support community for stu-
dent women and young working
women."
OTHER nominees are: Judge
Irving Cypen, Dr. Jordan David-
son, Dr. Mercedes Sandoval and
Barbara Anne Weintraub.
Permanent judges for the
event are George Beebe, asso-
ciate publisher. Miami Herald;
Ralph Renick, vice president,
WTVJ; and Fred Shochet, pub-
lisher and editor. The Jewish
Floridian.
The awards are sponsored by
B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge No.
1024, and the patron is Joseph
M. Lipton, chairman of the
board, Dade Federal Savings
and Loan Association. Cocheir-
men of the event are Kenneth
S. Hoffman and Melvin J. Ha-
ber. Ronald A. Shapo is vice
chairman.
Efforts of nominees must be
the result of civic motivation
for which no compensation is
received, and nominations must
come from recognized civic and
service clubs and should be sent
to Melvin J. Haber, cochairman,
Outstanding Citizens Awards
Committee. Dade Federal Build-
ing, 119 East Flagler Street,
Suite 239, Miami, Florida 33131.
Tickets to the awards lunch-
eon mav be secured by contact-
ing Dena or Chester Leiter, co-
ordinators of ticket sales.
Miami, Florida Friday, April 16, 1976
Page 17-B
Hebrew U. Elects Leon Ell
To Board of Governors
Leon J. Ell, Miami Beach reli-
gious and communal leader, has
been elected to the internation-
al board of governors of the
Hebrew University of Jerusa-
lem, which, two years ago con-
ferred on him an Honorary Fel-
lowship. Ell attended a meet-
ing of the board in Jerusalem
this month as a representative
of the Greater Miami Chapter
of the American Friends of the
Hebrew University.
Past president of Temple Beth
Sholom, Ell is former president
of the Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami. He
is professor of political science
and a member of the board of
trustees of Florida International
University.
Together with his wife, he
has contributed major sums to
the Hebrew University, includ-
ing the Alyce K. and Leon J.
Ell Chair in Environmental Sci-
ences and Ecoloov.
A RETIRED lawyer, author
and columnist, Ell was a mem-
ber of the White House Con-
ference on Refugees, and, as a
member of the United States
Refugee Committee, represent-
ed this country in 1958 at the
Intergovernmental Committee
on European Migration at Ge-
neva.
He was a member of UNESCd,
state Republican chairman for
minorities from 1956 through
1962, a delegate to the GOP Na-
tional Conventions in 1960 and
1968, and served for two years
as a member of the national
board of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations.
Ell is former chairman of the
Committee of Academic Spon-
sors of the Greater Miami Chap-
ter of the American Friends of
the Hebrew University. He has
served on the boards of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, Israel Bonds, United Fund
of Dade County and the Mental
Health Association of South
Florida.
In honor of the nation's Bicentennial,
American Savings and Loan Association
of Florida recently presented framed re-
productions of American flag murals to
Mayors Harold Rosen, Miami Beach;
E. Clayshaw, Fort Lauderdale; Milton
Weinkle, Hallandale; William J. Asdorf,
Pompano Beach; and Frank Veltri, Plan-
tation. Barry D. Siegel, vice president for
public relations and marketing, said the
presentations were made by officer-rep-
resentatives of the 14-branch association
on behalf of the board of directors to the
mayors, who accepted on behalf of their
cities. The murals include Betsy Ross
the Flag Is Born; Abraham Lincoln
the Flag Is Preserved; Iwo Jima the
Flag Is Triumphant; and Man Lands on
the Moon the Flag Is High. The murals
were designed by Italian artist Enzo
Gallo.
Progress, Integrity Important
At Empire Kosher Poultry
At Empire Kosher Poultry
"kosher and tradition are not
just words they are a way
of life," according to Murray
L. Katz. president. Empire
Kosher Poultry is the world's
largest poultry processor, Katz
says, "because of progress and
integrity of standards. And inte-
grity means that Empire never
takes shortcuts in the tradition-
al kosher process and is under
the constant supervision of the
Union of Orthodox Rabbis."
"Progress," Katz goes on,
"means Empire is also a fore-
runner in the development and
use of new technology from
hatching and feeding through
processing and packaging."
Empire, now supplying its
third generation of Jewish fami-
lies with its quality-controlled
poultry, also tries to help ed-
ucate the Jewish consumer
about his heritage and tradi-
tions.
Hebrew Academy
Annual Binyan
The annual binyan brick
luncheon of the Hebrew Acad-
emy Women will be held April
28 at noon in the Hebrew Acad-
emy Women's Auditorium, Mer-
witzer Building of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy.
Irene (Mrs. Leonard) Adler,
president of the Hebrew Acad-
emy Women, appointed Eleanor
Women Schedule
Brick Luncheon
(Mrs. Henry) Stern as the bin-
yan chairperson and Irene (Mrs.
Al) Gronich as the brick chair-
person for the luncheon.
Admission is by donation,
Mrs. Adler said, and reserva-
tions may be made at the He-
brew Academy Women's office
or by telephoning Mrs. Char-
lotte Rose.
Congratulating Leon J. Ell (2nd from left) upon his
election to the international board of governors of the
rimnii University are leaders of the American Friends
at the Hebrew University (from left): Herbert Buch-
waU, president of the Greater Miami Chapter; Herbert
S. Shapiro, past president of the Greater Miami Chap-
ter; and Arthur Rosichan, former executive vice presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Pioneer
Women
Avlva Chapter will present
citations to several of its mem-
bers Monday, April 19, for
adopting Israeli children
through contributions to the
organization's Child Rescue
Fund.
Mrs. Harriet Green, president
of the Pioneer Women Council
of South Florida, will be guest
speaker at the noon program at
the Washington Federal civic
auditorium on NE 167th St.
Mrs. Dora Cohen is chapter
president and Mrs. Gisela Gut-
ter is publicity chairman.
Discussing plans for Pioneer Women's Golden Jubilee
Anniversary tour to Israel, which will have 30 South
Floridians among more than 300 delegates when it de-
parts May 3 from New York, are leaders of the Pioneer
Women Council of South Florida (from left): Sophie
(Mrs. Joseph) Krantz, president of Club No. 1; Mrs.
Bertha Miller, secretary of the Council; Mrs. Fannie
Gibson, president of Beba Idelson Chapter; and Mrs.
Rita Adoff, president of Kinneret Chapter.


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Union leaders and manage-
ment representative* of Flor-
ida's food industries will pay
tribute to Gerald Greenfield,
president of the Meat Cutters,
Packing House Workers, and
Israel Labor Award by Consul
General Shimshon Inbal, who
represents Israel in New Eng-
land.
Active in the labor movement
for more than 41 years, Green-
field was elected to his fifth
three-year term at president of
the Miami area local in January,
uary.
An active participant in the
Dade County Federation of La-
bor, he served on the board of
directors of the Economic Op-
portunities Program, Inc. He
was the recipient of the first
National Labor Award from the
National Association for Retard-
ed Children and was honored
for his work as a director of
the Dade County Federation of
Labor and the Fair Employment
Practices Committee in Newark.
Greenfield, president of Tem-
ple B'nai Sholom for more than
seven years, was instrumental
in providing funds for syna-
gogue and school services and
establishing Israel Bonds, Com-
bined Jewish Appeal and Histad-
rut campaigns.
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FORTE TOWERS
NIGHT IN ISRAEL
The residents of Forte Tow-
ers will receive the Israel Soli-
darity Award at the Forte Tow-
ers "Night in Israel" campaign
event on Thursday. April 29, at
7:30 p.m. in the Forte Towers
South Ball Room. Special guest
will be longtime Miami Beach
resident Eddie Schaffer.
According to chairman Geor-
ge Kotin, "this meeting 1 of
extreme importance to the men
and women living in Forte Tow-
ers. It is an opportunity to pro-
vide the State of Israel with the
economic security they despe-
rately need in order to obtain
a peaceful coexistence, with
their neighbors."
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SEACOAST TOWERS
DINNER DANCE
Joseph Cohen will receive
the State of Israel Bond David
Ben-Gurion Award at the Sea-
coast Towers East cocktail-din-
ner dance on Sunday, April 25,
at 6:30 p.m. in the Seacoast
Towers East Palace Playhouse.
JOSEPH COHEN
GERALD GREENFIELD
rood Handlers District Union
No. 657, AFL-CIO, at the Labor-
Management State of Israel
Bond tribute dinner on Sunday
evening. May 2, at the Eden Roc
Hotel.
The tribute to Greenfield will
feature the presentation of the
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The event, on behalf of the
1976 Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization campaign, will fea-
ture Dr. Irving Lehrman, spirit-
ual leader of Temple Emanu-El
and chairman of the board of
governors of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization. A spe-
cial feature will be entertain-
ment by humorist Milt Moss
and the music of the Dave Ray-
mond Orchestra.
According to chairman Ben
Giller and cochairpersons Betty
Stern and Mrs. Myron Cohen,
"Through Seacoast Towers East
residents' purchase of Israel
Bonds, Israel will continue to
maintain her vital economic and
development and agricultural
programs."
The past president of Temple
Emanu-El, Cohen is a vice presi-
dent of the Greater Miami He-
brew Academy and a member
of the board of directors of Bar-
Ilan University. He is a past
president of the Jewish Nation-
al Fund Council and the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education. A
founder of Mt. Sinai Hospital
and Medical Center, he is a
member of the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal Century Club.
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PRIME MINISTERS CLUB
NAMES NEW MEMBERS
Three Miami Beach civic and
community leaders have been
named members of the 1976 Is-
rael Prime Minister's Club, it
was announced by Dr. Maxwell
Dauer, chairman of the Prime
Minister's Club for the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization
campaign. The three are Marvin
Cooper. Julius Darsky and Dr.
Bernard Rachlin.
The Israel Prime Minister's
Club, officially launched in 1974
bv Mrs. Golda Meir, consists of
business and communal leaders
who have been in the forefront
of the effort to ease Israel's
economic burdens through Is-
rael Bonds campaigns. Eligibility
for membership in the club is
based on the purchase of a
minimum amount of Israel
Bonds for 1976.
According to Dr. Dauer, "the
backbone of the Israel Bond
campaign is the elite corj>s of
Prime Minister's Club members
who play a vital role not only
in the financial area of the cam-
paign, but in the day-by-day
campaign structure as well.
These three men are important
in the success of Israel dinners
of state, Hi-Rise, Corporate and
Trades leadership events."
Milton M. Parson is the ex-.
ecutive director of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization
and Robert L. Siegel is general
campaign chairman.
JULIUS DARSKY
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
INTBGONTINeKlAL
BANKS
MARVIN COOPER
M.B. Hadassah
Natanya Group will hold a
regular meeting on Tuesday,
April 20, at 12:30 p.m. in Wins-
ton Towers 200. The program
will be "The Lubavitchers Are
Coming." President is Fay Berk-
ley.
INTERCONTINENTAL DANK OF MIAMI BEACH
(Formerl) Bank of Miami Beach)
Main Office: 930 Washington Avenue
Alton Road Office: Alton Road & 10th Street
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Phone: 534-1577
INTERCONTINENTAL DANK OF MIAMI
Formerl) The Flagler Hank)
Central Shopping Plaza
3737 N.W. 7th Street
Miami. Honda 33126
Phone: Ml (WlI
Members I'DIC
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Banish firtlaurant
1975 Holiday Maganna Dining Award
1975 Florida Trand Uagazma Goidan Spoon Award

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Luria to Head Greater Miami
Capital for Israel Campaign
A major effort to help finance
the industrial expansion of the
State of Israel has been launch-
ed at the South Florida Israel
Bond Organization campaign
headquarters, it was announced
by Milton M. Parson, executive
director.
Parson announced that civic
and community loader Leonard
Luria owner and operator of
I.. Luria and Sons, Inc., a Dade
and Broward retail jewelry
chain, the advisory committee
chairmanwill lead the Capital
for Israel, Inc., campaign in the
Greater Miami area.
In calling for expanded finan-
cial support for Israel, Luria
said that the CFI campaign will
attempt to stimulate investment
here in Israel's industrial sec-
tor, which must be strengthened
to increase export production to
reduce the country's trade de-
ficit of almost $4 billion.
Luria noted that Israel's rec
ord of steady growth, skillet
technicians and scientific know-
how offer opportunities for ex-
panded progress, especially in
chemicals and electronics.
The meeting stressed that in
order to obtain investment funds
for the country's industrial
growth, the government of Is-
rael has called on Capital for
Israel, Inc., to distribute $50
million worth of 7.5 percent
Registered Subordinated Capital
Notes of the Industrial Develop-
ment Bank of Israel Ltd. (IDBI).
Since its establishment in late
1957, the bank has been a key
element in Israel's industrial ad-
vancement and diversification.
Further information on Capi-
tal Notes of the Industrial De-
velopment Bank of Israel is
available at Dade and Broward
Israel Bonds offices.
Maniachewitz Wine Company
Has Dry Wines for Passover
i.ianischewitz Wine Company
of Brooklyn has responded to
changes in wine tastes by ad-
ding two dry table wines to its
line of "Kosher for Passover"
wines, including Concord grape,
Malaga, cherry, blackberry,
Cream Finished wines, and
Champagnes.
Kashruth in the Manischewitz
winery is under the supervision
of Rabbis Jacob Cohen and Je-
hoseph H. Ralbag, members of
the Union of Orthodox Rabbis.
Leo Star, president of Manis-
chewitz Wine Company, says,
"These eminent rabbis have
jointly certified, for the further
assurance of kashruth, that all
wines bearing the Manischewitz
label are 'yayin mevushal' (boil-
ed wine) and are produced by
religious, Sabbath observant
Jews." The Manischewitz win-
ery, Star says, "has never de-
parted from its tradition of
strict kashruth observance."
Meyer H. Robinson, secretary-
treasurer of Manischewitz Wine
Company, says, "Manischewitz
began as a kosher winery pro-
ducing fine wines for Orthodox
Jews. No matter how large we
grow, we will never forget our
responsibility to adhere strictly
to the laws governing the kash-
ruth. Orthodox Jews can always
enjoy Manischewitz Wines with
the assurance that they are
strictly kosher."
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Grand Opening
Flagler Federal Savings and
Loan Association plans a grand
opening for its newest office,
at 46 Collins Ave., on April 19
beginning at 9:30 a.m. with a
ribbon-cutting ceremony. The
ribbon will be made of twenty-
dollar bills, which will be given
to many local organizations.
Flagler Federal also has a
prize board in the new office.
A hundred prizes will be given
to winners whose last three
numbers on their Social Se-
curity cards match with the
numbers on the board.
The office manager of the
Collins Beach location is Bill
Hochman and the branch man-
ager is Harry Deitch. The of-
fice, Flagler Federal's 11th loca-
tion, will serve the south end of
Miami Beach.
Krmboll Is Gvtst At Ttmplt Zanora
Leonard Kimball, lecturer
and analyst, will be guest speak-
er at 6:15 services this evening
at Temple Zamora. His topic is
Marvin and Bernard Kalb's
"Kissinger," and he win refute
all the criticism leveled at the
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Douglas Gardens' Program
Highlighted on National TV
The programs of the Miami
Jewish Home and Hospital for
the Aged are highlighted on two
national telecasts devoted to
"Better Aging."
Barbara Walters' "Not for Wo-
men Only" features Fred Hirt,
executive director; Dr, Charles
Beber, medical director; and
Dr. Jeffrey R. Solomon, direc-
tor of community services, on a
two-day panel review of subjects
related to aging including the
programs and services of Doug-
las Gardens. These are being
aired in Miami on Thursday and
Friday at 11 a.m. on WCIX,
Channel 6.
Ms. Walters describes the na-
tional implications of the Doug-
las Gardens quality programs.
"It is truly a credit to the home,
Its board of directors and staff
that we have achieved this rec-
ognition as a creative, dynamic
and progressive institution
which has been able to con-
t-ibute to the gerontological
disciplines,'' said Aaron Kravitz,
MJHHA president. "The glow-
ing correspondence from across
the nation makes us very
proud"
The Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged is a bene-
ficiary agency of Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation and the
United Way.
Spain Lifts
Book Ban
The ban on Seymour B. Lieb
man's "The Jews in New Spain
Faith, Flame and the Inquisi-
tion" and its Spanish-language
translation has been removed
by the Spanish government, ac-
cording to Dr. Adolfo Martin
Gamero, Minister of Informa-
tion and Tourism.
Liebman is adjunct research
scholar at the Institute of Inter-
American Affairs at the Univer-
sity of Miami, which published
the English-language edition of
his book
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Miami-based writer and broad-
caster Ethel Blum will host
autograph sessions at Burdines
book departments next week.
She will answer questions on
cruising at the downtown Miami
store on Wednesday. April 21,
between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30
p.m. and at the Miami Beach
store on Friday between 1 and
3 p.m.
Ms. Blum's latest book, "The
Total Traveler by Cruise Ship."
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months of 1976. and she was
the featured cruise authority on
a recent Channel 4 "Montage."
ETHEL BLUM
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A Happy Passover To the Jewish Community In South Florida From the
Congregations and Organizations Throughout the Area
Many Support
Chiles Campaign
With five months left until
election day. more people have
already contributed to U.S. Sen.
Lawton Chiles' re-election cam-
paign than to any other Florida
political effort since campaign
records have been kept.
According to Chiles' cam-
paign committee first-quarter
financial report, there were
13,935 individual contributors at
the end of March.
Each contribution to Chiles'
campaign has been $10 or less.
Last year, when he announced
he would seek re-election, he
said he would not accept more
than $10 from any contributor.
"We're calling this the 'one
equal share' campaign," he said,
"and each contributor becomes
ah 'equal shareholder'."
Talmudic College
Presenting
Cantor Kraus
On Sunday, April 18, at 8:30
p.m. the Talmudic College of
Florida will sponsor a concert
at the Hebrew Academy featur-
ing Cantor Moshe Kraus. Born
into a Hasidic family in Rus-
sia, Kraus emigrated to Israel
after being liberated from Ber-
gen-Belsen.
He became Chief Cantor of
the Israel Army (Res.) and Is
famous for his original one-man
program, "Dash MeAnash."
Tickets and information are
available at the Talmudic Col-
lege of Florida or at the door.
HAPPY PASSOVER
from
SISTERHOOD
OF
TEMPLE
NER TAMID
MIAMI BEACH
ARNOLD KLEINER, Chairman
SPINOZA FORUM TEACHER
"POETRY FOR PLEASURE"
Wishes all a Healthy
and Joyous Passover

ii
HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL
GREATER MIAMI
CHAPTER
AMERICAN JEWISH
COMMITTEE
WISHES YOU
A HAPPY PESACH
Robert I. Shapiro, President
r. Walter Zend, Area Director
A Happy Passover To The Jewish Community
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN, RABBI
SAMUEL FRIEDLAND JUDGE FREDERICK N. BARAD
Chairman of Tho Board President
f^assover Ljreetings J"t
rom
dABBI and MRS. MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
and the members of
TEMPLE MENORAH
CONGREGATION B'NAI RAPHAEL
Extends Best Wishes For Peace and Happiness
To All at This Passover Season
RABBI VICTOR D. ZWELLING
CANTOR JACK LERNER PRESIDENT EMANUH BROWN
1401 N.W. 183 rd Street, Miami, PI a.
Phone 624-2*21
RABBI SOLOMON WALDENBERG
CANTOR NATHAN PARNASS
OFFICERS and MEMBERS '
of
THE ISRAELITE CENTER TEMPLE
3175 S.W. 25th STREET
Extend Their Greetings to All Their Members and Friends
For a Very Happy Passover
CHESTER LEITER ALBERT ZISMAN
President Chairman of the Board
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
B'NAI B'RITH COUNCIL
OF
SOUTH FLORIDA LODGES
THE HILLEL COMMUNITY
DAY SCHOOL
21288 BISCAYNE BLVD., N. MIAMI BEACH
wishes the entire Jewish Community
A very Happy and Joyous Passover
THE JEWISH
NATIONAL FUND
STRENGTHENS ISRAEL
The Officers, Board Members
And Council
Wish the Entire Community
of Greater Miami
a Joyous Passover Holiday
Remember the Jewish National Fund in your
will. Establish a Life Annuity with JNF.
Best Wishes For
A Happy Passover
JEWISH
COMMUNITY CENTERS
OF SOUTH FLORIDA
DONALD J. REIFF, President
MYRON A. BEREZIN, Executive Director
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From
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OF
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HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL
6ATfR MJANU CHAPm
AMERICAN JEWISH COMMITTEE
WISHES YOU A HAPPY PESACH
ROBERT I. SHAPIRO, Chairman
THE ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA
Southeast Region
wishes all of its Members and Friends
a Most Happy Pesach
60S Lincoln Road Suite 604 Miami Beach
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A Happy Passover To the Jewish Community In South Florida From the
Congregations and Organizations Throughout the Area
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Judge Ribner To Be Keynoter
At Dade County JWV Convention
Keynote Speaker at the Dade
County Council Convention of
the Jewish War Veterans on
Sunday, April 25, at the Amer-
icana Hotel will be national
commander Judge Paul Ribner.
Judge Ribner, the first na-
tional commander to serve two
consecutive terms in peace-
time, has served twice as na-
tional judge advocate and twice
as chairman of the JWV nation-
al executive committee. He is
a Judge of the Court of Com-
mon Pleas, the highest trial
court of Pennsylvania, where he
also served as a deputy attor-
ney general.
Judge Ribner will report on
his inspection of Rumania at
the request of the Rumanian
government and his meetings
with Jewish community leaders
there. He will also report on
why the Jewish War Veterans
are continuing to boycott travel
to Mexico. His remarks will in-
clude an update on national de-
fense posture of the United
States and its relationship to
Israel.
Acting commander of the
newlv organized Dade County
Council, past national comman-
der Ainslee R. Ferdie, will pre-
side at the meeting. The regis-
tration committee is headed by
department trustee Harold Bier-
man, who will give a report on
local coordination efforts in sup-
port of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation's fund raising
activities.
JWV Auxiliary
681 Activities
Members of the Hialeah-
Miami Springs JWV Auxiliary
No. 681 held their monthly
birthday party for two cottages
they have adopted at Sunland
Rehabilitation Center. President
Anna McCullers, hospital chair-
man Rae Ehrlich, Louise Bria-
tica and Ella Klein were in
charee.
On Easter Sunday the Aux-
iliary will man a Telecart a
portable public telephone wheel-
ed to beds of room-bound vet-
erans, so they can call their
families. Mrs. McCullers, treas-
urer Sydel Levitch, Gert Beck
and Mrs. Ehrlich are in charge.
The group's next meeting will
be on May 2 at Temple Tifereth
Jacob at 9:30 a.m.
Philatelists
Elect Officers
At the regular meeting on
Aoril 8 the South Florida Chap-
ter of the Society of Israel Phi-
latelists unanimously elected of-
ficers. Ted Atlas has assumed
the presidency and Rose Kantor
the vice presidency. Dan Piver
was reelected secretary-treas-
urer, former president Louis S.
Schulman was elected chairman
of the board of directors, serv-
ing with reelected members Dr.
Oscar Winkelstein and Louis A.
Blue.
A monthly bulletin published
bv the chanter is mailed to reg-
ular and associate members. In-
formation is available from Dan
Piver in Surfsid*.
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The First the Largest Traditional
Synagogue on Miami Beach
301-311 WASHINGTON AVENUE
WISHES TO ALL ITS MEMBERS, WORSHIPPERS AND FRIENDS
A HAPPY PASSOVER .
Dr. S. T. Swirsky, Rabbi Maurice Mamche, Cantor
Dan Roth, President
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WOMEN'S
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MRS. SYDNti KRONISH
President
MRS. HOWARD HORN
Chairman, Executive Committe
TEMPLE JUDEA
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Extends Wishes for a Happy Passover To All
THE YIDDISH CULTURE WINCLE
WISHES ALL THEIR FRIENDS
A HAPPY PASSOVER
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
ITS RABBIS, OFFICERS and MEMBERS
Extend to The Jewish Floridian and its hosts of readers
A Very Happy, Prosperous and Healthy Passover.
PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM .
TEMPE BETH AM
RABBI HERBERT M BAUMGARD, D.H.L, D.D.
RABBI MITCHELL CHEHTZ, Associate Rabbi
RABBI JULIAN COOK, Associate Rabbi for Education
BERNARD GOODMAN, President
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
DR. LEON KRONISH, Rabbi JAMES S. KNOPKE, President
CHASE AVENUE AT 41st STREET, MIAMI BIACH
On the Festival of Freedom, Temple Beth Sholom Expresses
the hope for freedom and peace for our people everywhere.
ISRAEL HISTADRUT CAMPAIGN
ISRAEL HISTADRUT FOUNDATION
OF SOUTH FLORIDA
Wishes Its Friends And Supporters
HAPPY PESACH AND SHALOM
Suite 388
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach, Florida
Tel: 531-8701
MORRIS NEWMARK, President
MOE LEVIN, Chairman of the Board
SIDNEY BOLOTIN, Co-Chairman
IRVING GORDON BEN ZrON STEINBERG
Exec. Director Executive Director
Israel Histadrut Campaign Israel Histadnrt Foundation
Women's League for Israel
Lincoln, Roney Miami Beach Chapter
Extends Best Wishes For A Happy and Healthy New Year
to Members and Friends
HADASSAH
Extends to me
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
Best Wishes for a Happy Passover To All...
THE MIAMI CHAPTER
Mrs- Harvey Friedman
President
THE MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
Mrs. Jean Feinberg
President
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
MOLLIE KAHANER SISTERHOOD OF
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
1051 North Miami Beach Blvd., North Miami Beach
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
Happy Passover To Members And Friends
ABRAHAM DRAZIN, RABBI
ABRAHAM KOSTER, Cantor
MORT FRIEDMAN, President
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS,
GEORGE GERSHWIN LODGE 196
TTMPLE ZAMORA
AND
RABBI and MRS. MAURICfc KLEIN
Extend Best Wishes for a Happy PASSOVER to tm-
Members and Officers of the Congregation
and its affiliated organizations and the
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Friday, April 16, 1976
A Happy Passover To the Jewish Community In South Florida From the
Congregations and Organizations Throughout the Area
oints o
,f tew
with NORAAA A. OROVITZ
Much like youth, a college
education may be ill-spent on
the young. To be sure, the new-
comers to the age of majority
go to college and enjoy them-
selves and will probably revel
in their exploits some forty
years hence. But who is it that
relishes the words spewed forth
by. erudite professors?
Why, it is the older man or
woman on campus, of course.
Rather than viewing faculty as
befuddled middle-agers, profes-
sors are considered mature fel-
low adults, with an appreciation
of life's truths and, by the way,
not that much older than the
older students themselves.
YEARS AGO, when it was
fashionable to be the BMOC
(Big Man On Campus), a five-
year jock was the campus cele-
brity. Now, it is the over-thirty,
support-hosed group that is be-
ginning to get recognition.
The older student is on cam-
pus because he or she wants to
be. Rather than an alternative,
albeit an attractive one, to the
limited possibilities available to
hi(jh school graduates, college
for the mature student is usual-
ly an additional responsibility.
That responsibility is not car-
ried liRhtly. either. The older
student simply cannot recreate
his life to accommodate his
courses.
IN ALL likelihood, he must
adapt those classes to an al-
ready demanding time schedule.
Whether that schedule involves
cooking, cleaning and car-pool-
ing or a masculine equivalent,
you can be sure that more ef-
fort is out into fewer hours than
is expended by vounger stu-
dents, whose entire (entire?)
existence revolves around the
campus curriculum.
One faculty staff member at
the University of Miami was
very enthusiastic about having
older students in her classes.
Helen Fagin. whose Holocaust
course Points of View featured
previously, thinks older stu-
dents are better motivated and
more pragmatic in their ap-
proach to school.
"They want to get the most
out of it and they, even the
dilettantes, are putting a lot
into it." She firmly believes that
the influence of the older stu-
dent can have a welcome sober-
ing effect on vounger students.
ONE INTERESTING note was
Prof. Fagin's view that the ma-
ture collegian is overly concern-
ed with grades.
"Older students want recog-
nition and reward satisfaction
in terms of good grades as a
justification for doing what they
are doing," she surmised.
Many older men in college are
more uptight about proving
themselves scholastically, than
are the women, who may be on
campus to prepare themselves
for a new career.
Prof. Fagin, however, found
an analogous situation in those
women who enroll in law school,
for example. "A woman might
like to prove her competitive
prowess in a profession hereto-
fore considered solely a male
profession," she concluded.
BEYOND the reward of a 4.0
semester average and "making
the dean's list" (only for full-
time students), there are honor
organizations to recognize the
achievements of mature stu-
dents. One such honorary is the
Delta Chapter of Phi Lambda
Pi, which, since 1968, has been
honoring married or divorced
women at UM.
The present membership of
approximately 100 women main-
tains better than a 3.0 cumula-
tive average. The age range
spans four decades, with even a
few who are sixtyish.
In keeping with the timely
vogue of anti-sex discriminatory
practices, Phi Lambda Pi will
soon start honoring "married
students."
ACCORDING to Mrs. Jerald
(Vivian) Rosen, southeast re-
gional director of the honorary,
the group can no longer dis-
criminate against male students
and still remain on college cam-
puses that receive Federal aid.
Outside the lecture hall and
honorary group, older women
and men on campus are mes-
merized as the braless co-ed
quad. The well-corseted crowd
quad. The well corseted crowd
wonders, as they get older, are
they really getting better.
MRS. MARY Gene Knoph an-
swers in the affirmative. Mrs.
Knoph is counselor to the Ba-
chelor of Continuing Studies
Program at the University of
Miami. In 1971, UM became
aware of an increasing number
of returning older students.
In answer to an obvious need,
the continuing studies program
was devised. "It's a more flex-
ible program to encourage stu-
dents to come back," according
to Mrs. Knoph.
And once there, the new-old
matriculates are not discour-
aged because they have forgot-
ten how to conjugate Latin
verbs to the pluperfect tense.
Within this new program, stu-
dents may develop an area of
concentration and devote a full
one-third of their credit hours
to electives.
AT THE same time, the stu-
dent need not be concerned
with requirements in the fields
of mathematics and language.
It is truly a malleable course
designed to fit the needs of a
person who already has had a
liberal arts education by sim-
ply living a bit longer than most
incoming freshmen.
Next week, "Now" will pick
up on "Points of View" and fea-
ture some college students, who
are iust a bit past the freshman
beanie stage.
Original Artwork Featured
At Hebrew Academy Showcase
Original drawings by turn-of-
the-century French Impression-
ists, including Paul Cezanne,
Mary Cassatt and Albert Rega-
non, will be displayed at the
Greater Miami Hebrew Acad-
emy's International Showcase
1976, which is free and open to
the public.
The one-day exposition, sched-
uled from 11 a.m. until 11 p.m.,
May 9, at the Hebrew Academy,
will feature an exhibit of more
than $100,000 worth of works
supplied by the Art in America
Gallery of Arthur Godfrey Rd.
ALSO FEATURED will be
etchings, highlighting many of
the works of Arnold Gross, a
Belgian, and works of Brit-
ish nainter Leighton-Jones and
American sculptor Frederick
Remington, according to Lydia
(Mrs. Peter) Goldring, cochair-
man of International Showcase
1976.
Israeli, European, Asian, La-
tin American and U.S. couturiers
will preview their summer
styles at International Show-
case, and hundreds of hanging
plants, needlepoints, dresses,
accessories and jewelry will be
on display.
Almost all of the art works
will be for sale, according to
Norman Ciment, Hebrew Acad-
emy president. Proceeds go to
the school's scholarship fund,
which provides full or partial
scholarship assistance for about
half the students.
ADL, Baptists
Hold Dialogue
The Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith and the Miami
Baptist Association are cospon-
soring the ninth Southern Bap-
tist-Jewish dialogue "Conver-
sation Between Communities"
sation Between Communities"
p.m. at Miami Springs Baptist
Church.
On the agenda are anti-Semit-
ism, the survival of Israel,
Christian witness, conversion,
the divinity of Jesus and views
of the Old and New Testaments.
GREATER MIAMI SECTION
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN
4200 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida 33137
Divisions Throughout Dado County
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PASSOVER GREETINGS FROM THE
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CONGREGATION BETH TEFILAH
416 N.E. 8th AVENUE, HALLANDALE 33009
Rabbi Harry E. Schwartz Myer Pritsker, President
PASSOVER GREETINGS
FLORIDA-ISRAEL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
MILTON M. HECKER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
4200 BISCAYNE BLVD.
PHONE 576-4000 Ex. 223
AMERICAN MIZRACHI WOMEN
FLORIDA COUNCIL
WISHES ALL ITS MEMBERS
AND THE COMMUNITY
A HAPPY AND KOSHER PASSOVER
FRANCINE KATZ, PRESIDENT
420 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES
FOR
A HAPPY AND HEALTHY PASSOVER
TO ALL THE GOOD FRIENDS OF
ALBERT EINSTEIN
COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
THEODORE BAUMRrTTER, CHAIRMAN
YESHIVA UNIVERSITY
PETER GOLDRING, CHAIRMAN
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
1051 INTERAMA BOULEVARD,
NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
PHONE 947-7528
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TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
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Adult B'nai Mitzvah Ceremonies At Beth David Congregation
Among the 14 adult B'nai
Mitzvah participating in cere-
monies on Saturday at 9 a.m. at
Beth David Congregation will
be Paul and Ida Black, members
of the congregation for more
than 20 years. Neither had the
opportunity to have this cere-
mony before, and it will be a
high point in their lives and
their marriage through their
religious commitment.
The other B'nai Mitzvah are
Lucille Alterman, Linda Asko-
witz, Florence Cohen, Phyllis
Learner, Cornelia Philipson, Rae
Pincus, Zelda Schwebel, Marion
Shulevitz, Marilyn Simon, Ida
Szanto, Marcia Trattler
Marcia Wasserman.
and
Former Marine Boxer to Head
U.S. Maccabiah Games Team
Benee Mills, the youngest of
the group, whose ages range
from the 20's to the 60's, has
just received her Bachelor's de-
gree. This group brings to 40
the number of Beth David adult
B'nai Mitzvah since the pro-
gram began 18 months ago. (So
far there has been just one
man.)
THE COURSES consisted of a
brief survey of Jewish history,
an introduction to the basic be-
lief of Judaism, the structure of
the worship service, the study
of the liturgical music, and
basic Hebrew and the Cantella-
tion modes of the Torah and
Haftorah.
The Bat Mitzvah ceremony,
marking the religious majority
of a 13-year-old Jewish girl,
was introduced in the Conser-
vative movement several de-
cades ago constituting an im-
portant step in granting girls a
status closer to that held by the
boys.
A majority ruling of the law
committee of the Rabbinical
Assembly in 1973 established
women's rights to full ritual
equality, including the privilege
of a Torah honor and the count-
ing toward the Minyan (congre-
gational quorum).
The community-at-large is in-
vited to the ceremony, a high
point of the Passover celebra-
tion. Each B'nai Mitzvah will
have a major role in the pres-
entation of the Biblical portions.
Col. Phil Cohen of North Mi-
ami Beach, USMC Ret., has
been selected as team captain of
the United States team for the
tenth World Maccabiah Games
in Israel, July 10-22, 1977.
Making the announcement
were Nat Holman, president of
the United States Committee
Sports for Israel (USCSFI),
which sponsors the American
team, and E. Albert Pallot,
USCSFI Florida chairman.
A former Marine Corps heavy-
weight boxing champion who
has worked extensively with
young people, Col. Cohen was
US. Maccabiah team manager
in 1965. 1969 and 1973. As part
of his Games activities he co-
ordinated security for athletes
and officials from 26 countries.
A MEMBER of USCSFI's board
of directors since 1961, Col.
Cohen is Southern regional di-
rector of B'nai B'rith, coordi-
nating and supervising more
than 14,000 members in Florida.
A native of Philadelphia, he
was graduated from Temple
University with a B.S. degree
in Physical Education and did
postgraduate work in psychol-
ogy.
Persons interested in more
information about the U.S. team
or next year's Maccabiah in Is-
rael should contact Col. Cohen
at the B'nai B'rith Regional of-
fice in Hollywood.
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Friday, April 16, 1976

Rabhi Waldenberg to Attend
Ceremonies Honoring His Brother
Rabbi Solomon Waldenberg
of the Israelite Center Temple
has accepted an invitation to
ceremonies at which his broth-
er, Rabbi Eliezer Y. Walden-
berg, will receive the 1976 Is-
rael Prize for Religious Litera-
ture.
The presentation will be made
by Aaron Yadlin, Minister
of Education and Culture, in
Jerusalem on the eve of Inde-
pendence Day.
Rabbi Eliezer Waldenberg is
author of 12 volumes of Re-
sponsa titled "Tzitz Eliezer." He
has also published a volume
dealing with problems of ships
and shipping according to Hala-
cha. Rabbi Waldenberg, who be-
gan his career as a member of
the Tel Aviv-Jaffa Bet Din, is
Av Bet Din of Jerusalem.

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RABBI S. WALDENBERG
B'nai B'rith Honors Yiddish Poet
Yiddish poet and novelist
Chaim Grade recently received
the Jewish Heritage Award Pre-
sentation for Excellence in Lit-
erature from B'nai B'rith's Com-
mission on Adult Jewish Educa-
tion. The presentation was made
by the chairman, Dr. Louis L.
Kaplan.
Tributes were paid to Grade
by his translator. Curt Leviant,
professor of Hebrew literature
at Rutgers University, and Lucy
Dawidowicz, author of "The
War Against the Jews."
Samuel Pascoe, member of
the board of governors, B'nai
B'rith District Five, is a mem-
ber of the Adult Jewish Educa-
tion Commission.
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Greater Miami Rabbinical Awaciation
axditors
Dr. Max A. LipKhitz Rabbi Robert J. Orkand
devoted to discussion of themes and issues relevant to Jewish life past and present
Passover: A Time for Realizing
merica's Primary Commitments
By DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
The Passover holiday which
[we celebrate during this Bicen-
tennial year has special mean-
ing for us as it affords us the
opportunity to re-evaluate the
Biblical foundations of our
country.
It is generally agreed that
Western civilization has its
roots in two ancient cultures,
the Hebraic and the Greek.
Let us for a moment analyze
ancient pagan Greek culture.
Its chief spokesman was Plato.
In his essay "The Republic" he
[divides the ideal society into
three groups. On the highest
level, he places the ruling class,
'the aristocracy. On the next
[level are the soldiers, the mili-
Itary, and on the bottom, on the
[lowest level, are the masses, the
I slaves.
IS THIS America? Or is not
the spirit of America described
in the words on the Liberty
Bell, "Proclaim ye liberty
throughout the land unto all the
inhabitants thereof," taken not
from Plato but from the book
of Leviticus in the holy Bible.
How significant it is that our
country is Biblically oriented
despite the fact that it is found-
ed on the principle of the sep-
aration of church and state! -
The cornerstone of our coun-
try is brotherhood the fath-
erhood of God and the brother-
hood of man. As a matter of
fact, Prof. Abraham Karp re-
cently stated that the very uni-
queness of America lies in its
pluralism its ethnic, religi-
ous and cultural pluralism.
In that sense, our country is
a great neighborhood with all
groups adhering to their respec-
tive traditions, but learning to
reach across their differences
in common goals and aspira-
tions.
And yet, there are those who
are bent upon destroying this
neighborhood and building walls
between black and white, Chris-
tian and Jew, Catholic and Pro-
testant especially in this
Presidential eltction year.
UNFORTUNATELY, there are
manv nefarious forces that are
threatening the foundations of
America today.
There are the problems of
crime and corruption corrup-
tion in business and in govern-
ment, involving men in high of-
fice, with too many indictments
and too many convictions.
There is a new morality,
which threatens the most sa-
cred institution in society the
home and the family.
Only a short time ago I ad-
dressed a large group of teen-
agers and I had a most difficult
j time trying to convince them
that premarital sex is not the
recipe for a happy marriage,
and certainly not the cure for
the world's ills-
In addition, according to a
recent article in the Miami
Herald, the marriage rate is go-
ing down while the divorce rate
is going up.
There Is a crisis and the
crisis is not economic nor po-
litical nor social; it is moral
and spiritual.
IN THE face of this crisis,
we must reaffirm our commit-
ment to the old morality, to the
\ principles of love and brother-
I hood and to the validity of the
[Ten Commandments, which are
, even more relevant today than
they were 3,500 years ago.
The ancient rabbis made a
very interesting observation. In
referring to the tablets of the
Ten Commandments, they said,
"Do not read the word 'horut,'
which means 'engraved,' rather
read 'herut,' which means 'free-
dom'," forever linking true free-
dom with the moral law.
If Passover, the Festival of
Freedom, is to have any special
meaning during this Bicenten-
nial celebration, it must awaken
within us a new realization of
America's primary commitments
and a deeper understanding
that our country's true freedom
is inextricably interwoven with
its spiritual moorings.
Inside Judaica
By DR FREDERICK LACHMAN
Q. How did the Yiddish
language begin and develop?
A. The Yiddish language has
been used by Ashkenazi Jews
for the past 1,000 years, says
the authoritative Encyclopaedia
Judaica. It developed as an
intricate fusion of several un-
predictably modified linguistic
stocks and was gradually mold-
ed to serve a wide range of
communicative needs.
It was estimated that before
the Holocaust, 11 million Jews
spoke Yiddish and achieved, in
and with this language, one of
the highest levels of cultural
autonomy in Jewish history.
From its beginning in the 10th
century and until the end of the
18th, Yiddish was the virtually
uncontested medium of oral
communication among Jews
from Holland to the Ukraine,
from Livonia (Latvia) to Ru-
mania, as well as in the Ash-
kenazi colonies in Italy, the Bal-
kans, and Palestine. Alongside
Hebrew, it was also an import-
ant medium of literary and
other written communication.
THE GREAT migratory move-
ments of the late 19th and early
20th centuries caused the Yid-
ish community to expand to the
far corners of the earth.
In the earliest period, before
1200 CE, the EJ says, Jews from
northern France and northern
Italy, speaking a Romance lan-
guage which they called "Laaz,"
established their first bridge-
heads in German-language ter-
ritory in the kingdom of Loter
(i.e., Lotharingia).
Exposed to more than one
variety of Christian German,
the surviving vestiges of Laaz
were constantly reduced, though
Jewish variants of Romance
languages remained. The bulk
of the new language's vocabu-
lary and grammar developed
from a fusion of various Me-
dieval western, southern and
central German dialects. Also,
vocabulary from the sacred lan-
guage, Hebrew, as well as from
Aramaic was added.
After 1250, the EJ reports,
Yiddish speaking Jews made
contact with Slavs and Slavic-
sneaking Jews, first in south-
eastern Germany and Bohemia,
then in Poland and still further
east. Large new communities
were founded in the new envi-
ronment, and existing commu-
nities speaking Knaanic, a
Slavic-based Jewish language,
were converted to Yiddish,
which began to accept elements
from Eastern languages such as
Polish, Czech. Ukrainian and
Byelorussian.
Nevertheless, a relatively
uniform literary language slow-
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ISSUES AND ANSWERS
United We Stand
the movement toward the East
intensified, and after 1700 Yid-
dish declined in the West, while,
around 1820, a new standard
Eastern Yiddish began to form.
With the development of a press
and a self-conscious literature
in the 1860's, a supradialectical
language with only limited re-
liance on German patterns gain-
ed rapid ascendancy and Yid-
dish became stabilized.
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Q. What is Ladino?
A. Ladino or Judeo-Spanish
is the spoken and written His-
panic language of Jews of Span-
ish origin. But Ladino did not
originate as a Jewish language
in the 13th or 14th century as
some think, says the Encyclo-
paedia Judaica.
After the Spanish Expulsion
of 1492 Ladino did, however,
become a specifically Jewish
language. The Jews, ejected
from the Iberian Peninsula and
thus cut off from its language
while this was still in the pro-
cess of evolution, preserved the
Spanish and Hispanic dialects
that had been spoken and writ-
ten before Cervantes and the
Golden Age, and which basical-
ly reflected the pheonetics, mor-
phology, and syntax of the 14th
and 15th centuries.
Distance from Spain, geogra-
phically even more than chron-
ologically, was one of the most
important factors in the increas-
ing divergence between Ladino
and Castilian Spanish, the EJ
states.
THE EFFORTS of certain
purists over the last few gen-
erations to restore the language
of Ladino have achieved no
material results. Ignoring the
differences in phonetics and
vocabulary between the so-
called Oriental Ladino and West-
ern Ladino, one finds that, be-
tween the 16th and 19th cen-
turies, Ladino was a Hispanic
language which had become
Detrified on the threshold of the
important changes pending in
the Iberian Peninsula.
Though most of the linguistic
characteristics of Ladino can be
found in both Spanish and Latin-
American dialects and patois as
well as in Medieval texts, La-
dino has some unique charac-
teristics of its own. Among them
are the preservation of hundreds
of archaic Spanish words, and
others which have changed
their meaning among the Se-
nhardim and the substitution
of hundreds of Snanish words
bv Darallel terms borrowed
from the local language with
which the Seohardim came into
contact. These foreign words
derive mainlv from Hebrew.
ArMc. Turkish. Greek. French,
and to a lesser degree from
Portuguese and Italian.
By HARRY E. SCHWARTZ
Congregation Beth Tefilah
Hallandale
As we approach the festival
of Passover, a holiday which is
family-oriented and stresses the
unity of our people, we cannot
but reflect upon a distressing
problem that agitates American
Israel today. From time to time
we hear voices calling for the
splintering of American Jewry
which, in effect, is a threat to
the effectiveness if not survival
of the American Jewish com-
munity.
There is too much sectarian-
ism abroad and too little unity
of mind and action, or willing-
ness to work together among
the diverse religious groupings.
These are not only differing
philosophies and ideologies, but
are also frequently needlessly
competitive.
Grievous particularly is the
parochial attitude of "my and
mine ideology alone is the right
one and all others are ersatz.
They have no right nor place
in the community,"
NEED WE state that the en-
richment of our pluralistic so-
ciety has much to gain from
variegated ideologies? A crea-
tive and all-satisfying and all-
serving Jewish community life
requires a broad spectrum of
affirmative and committed Jew-
ish living with all ideological
and theological points of view
permitted expression.
Not uniformity of thought is
necessary but unity in action
for the common good. No reli-
gious group has the right to sue
for recognition or dominance to
the exclusion of others.
How regretful, therefore, are
the repeated attempts at divi-
siveness among our religious
groups as evidenced in the
Synagogue Council of America,
the one and only overall Jewish
organization which includes
representative rabbis and lay-
men of the various religious
denominations.
Here at long last is a vital
and effectively united Jewish
organization that has brought
together rerpesentatives of vary-
ing convictions and religious
differences to plan and work
together for the good of all
points of view in the Jewish
community.
TO BREAK up the cohesive-
ness of this organization by
threatened withdrawal of one
group or another would be
calamitous to the unity attained
and so advantageously prac-
ticed.
In days when the American
Jewish community has its hands
full combatting the spreading
and rising evils of intermar-
riage and assimilation, it can ill
afford dissension, conflict, and
self-assertiveness or secessions.
Deeper wisdom and clearer vi-
sion are needed today.
May, then, the unity of pur-
pose and cooperation by all reli-
gious elements for the progress
of our future religious life in
this country be our aim and
achievement as we enter the tri-
cntennial of American Jewish
life.
Question Box
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Question: What is the mean-
ing of offering confession in
Jewish tradition?
Answer: Confession of sins is
an act that is referred to al-
ready in the Bible. There, it is
something that a Jew is obli-
gated to do in order to indicate
his repentance for sin (Leviticus
5:15, Numbers 5:6).
The confessions in those days
were associated with sacrifices
which were offered as an atone-
ment for sin. As Maimonides
DUt it, now that we have no
Temple and do not observe the
practice of offering sacrifices,
we still have the practice of
confession. Maimonides claims
that an offense against the Al-
mighty should be confessed in
private while a sin against a fel-
low men should be confessed in
public.
A third-century scholar in the
Talmud explained that a sinner
who confesses his sin and re-
pents changes the character of
his sin from intentional wrong-
doing to unintentional transgres-
sion. Another statement in the
Talmud states that in some
cases confessing a- sin converts
it from an act of evil to a deed
of virtue.
THE DIFFERENCE between
the two results depends upon
whether the confession was
made out of fear, or out of love
of the Almighty. One of the
Hasidic scholars claims that by
confession a person breaks the
hold of the evil intent and in-
clination so that he can proceed
in life with a clear conscience
and a free will.
The Talmud (Shabbos 32:A)
calls for confession on the part
of a sick person who is near
death. Confessions are also of-
fered on Yom Kippur the
Day of Atonement and by
bride and groom before the
wedding ceremony takes place.
Short confessions are part of
the daily prayer services.
The forgiving agent, of
course, is the Almighty, Himself,
who has taught man the art of
confession so that he can face
the reality of life without any
mental complications.
TV Programs
Sunday, April 18
"Jewish Worship Hour"
WPLG-TV Ch. 109:30 a.m.
Host: Rabbi Avrom Drazin
Temple Israel of Miramar
tr
"Still. Small Voice"
WCKT-TV Ch. 710 a.m.
Host:
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz
Guests:
Rabbis Leon Kronish
Victor D. Zwelllng
and
Simcha Freedman
Topic:
"The Idea of
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CANDLELIGHTING TIME
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Friday, April 16, 1976
'Dollars & Sense9 Seminar
Is Scheduled for April 30
Val Silberman will chair a
first-time seminar seeking to
educate women about the tax
Erma Segal. Marilyn Smith, Fay
Stein and Lillian Zorn.
Panelists are economist and
investment counselor Arnold
Ganz, University of Miami law
nrofessor Philip E. Heckerling,
and attorney Norman Lipoff,
vice president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
JWV Florida Posts, Auxiliaries
Plan Joint Convention in June
JWV Department of Florida
commander Howard Melinson,
of Boca Raton, has announced
that the annual state convention
will be held during the week-
end of June 25-27 at the Amer-
icana Hotel in Bal Harbour.
Ceil Zucker. of North Miami
Beach, president of the state
Ladi?s Auxiliary, added that
JWVA will hold its state con-
vention jointly with JWV, on the
same dates and also at the
Americana.
Mci'-e than 1,000 members of
JWV and JWVA from 25 Florida
posts and auxiliaries are ex-
pected to attend the joint con-
vention.
JWV Post, Auxiliary 723 Schedule Meeting, Social
JWV Harrv H. Cohen Post
and Auxiliary No. 723 will hold
a general meeting on Sunday,
April 18, at 10 a.m. at the Surf-
side Community Center.
There will also be a social on
Sunday evening, April 25, at the
Washington Federal building on
Normandy Dr.
\^Jsccola<^L^ahe VAL SILBERMAN
advantages of philanthropic giv-
ing. Sponsored jointly by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Women's Division and
Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies, the "Dollars & Sense"
seminar and brunch will be held
on Friday, April 30 from 11
a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Eden
Roc Hotel.
"Women are more acutely
aware of money management,
estate planning and tax advant-
ages for their philanthropic dol-
lar than ever before," Mrs. Eil-
berman observed. "We are seek-
ing to educate women from all
walks of life from the house-
wife to the professional woman,
from the grandmother to the
woman making her first gift,"
she added.
Working with Mrs. Silberman
to plan the seminar are com-
mittee members Sue Berkowitz,
Betty Cooper, Goldie Goldstein,
Sandy Goldstein. Rose Gould,
Ceil Greenspon, Norma C. Kip-
nis, Bea Levy, Gertrude Muss,
Selma Oritt, Delia Rifkin, Ann
Ringler, Anita Robbins, Cynthia
Rosenberg, Muriel Russel, Edith
Bar Mitzavh
MARSHALL FISHER
Marshall, son of Dr. and Mrs.
David E. Fisher, will be called
to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday at 11:15 a.m. at
Temple Judea.
CAMP RAMAH IN NEW ENGLAND
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Brooklino, Massachusetts
We extend to you our best wishes for the Pesah Festi-
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to our oppressed brethren and peace to us and all
Israel.
Herman J. Gordon
Administrator
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Chairman
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Roney Plaza civic and community leaders Morris and
\en-Gurion Award from Israeli Middle Eastern Affairs
\pert Dr. Arieh L. Plotkin at the recent Roney Plaza-
\rael Dinner of State at the Eden Roc Hotel.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
)RTH MIAMI POLICE BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION, INC.
Officer: OWEN BALCOM
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Operating Since 1937
ICAMP FOR BOYS
CAMP FOR GIRLS
6-16
IN THE COOL, HIGH CATSKILL MOUNTAINS
OF UPPER NEW YORK STATE
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OUR CHILD DESERVES THE FINEST!
SEBACK RIDING, ALL FORMS OF BOATING, WATER
(IING, SWIMMING, FRESH SPRING-FED LAKE, BIKE
MLS, ARTS AND CRAFTS, CERAMICS, INDOOR GYM,
IMS COURTS, ALL SPORTS PROGRAM, SOCCER, BAS-
TBALL, FOOTBALL, BASEBALL ... ARCHERY, RIFLE
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For a Memorable Camping
Experience... Call
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ivill be in the Miami Area from
Ipril 17 Through April 22,1976
m COMPLETE INFORMATION
CONTACT J. PINSKY
931-5652
Mrs. Cannon
Is Elected
Vice President
Esther (Mrs. Ralph) Cannon,
of Pompano Beach, has been
elected vice president of the
Florida Region of Hadassah for
1976-77. Mrs. Cannon is com-
pleting three years of presi-
dency of the North Broward
Chapter of Hadassah, which she
has headed since it was organ-
ized in 1973 as a Chapter-on-
the-Group plan. Starting with
only three groups and 333 mem-
bers, it is now a Chapter with
ten groups and more than 2,600
members.
Esther Cannon came to Flor-
ida from the Washington, D.C.,
area, where she was president
of the Montgomery County, Md.,
Chapter. Prior to that she was
vice president of the Seaboard
Region of Hadassah and presi-
dent of the Business and Pro-
fessional Division of the Wash-
ington Chapter of Hadassah.
BEFORE the establishment of
the State of Israel, she was ac-
tive with the Christian Palestine
Committee and worked with
press, radio and Congress on
public-relations programs. Pro-
fessionally, she was engaged in
Dress, radio and television in
Washington and with the United
States Information Agency over-
seas. In Jordan she held a for-
eign correspondent's press card.
Mrs. Cannon will be install-
ed by Marilyn Weissman, past
president of the Florida Region,
Tuesday evening, April 27, at
the Deauville Hotel in Miami
Beach, at a banquet during the
annual conference of the Flor-
ida Region of Hadassah.
The guest speaker at the in-
stallation banquet will be the
Conference Advisor, Deborah
(Mrs. Aaron) Kaplan, a member
of the National Board of Hadas-
sah. Mrs. Kaplan is national
fund-raising chairperson of Ha-
dassah Israel Education Serv-
ices and was chairperson of the
AID Grand Implementation a
$5 million grant given to Hadas-
sah by the United States gov-
ernment.
The newly elected president
of the Florida Region is Marilyn
LeVine of St. Petersburg. Other
vice presidents are Betty Fast
of Miami Beach, Bella Kobocow
of MaitJand, Ellen Mandler of
Miami, Gus Mentz of Miami
Beach. Terry Rapaport of North
Palm Beach and Anne Sales of
Tampa. Treasurer is Rita Geller
of Orlando, recording secretary
is Staci Lesser of Palm Beach
and corresponding secretary is
Isabel Karz of Clearwater.
Delegates-at-large are Belle
Aaron, Hallandale; Betty Miller,
Miami Beach; Audrey Pearl-
man, Orlando; Carol Roberts,
Palm Beach; Sylvia Herman,
Miami; and Lisle Schick, Clear-
water.
Holiday Gretings To Our Many Friends in South Florida
DENMARK ART STONE CO.
12351 N.W. 7th AVENUE- NORTH MIAMI
IRVING J. DENMARK, President
Happenings
The Democratic Women's
Club of Dade Coanty scheduled
a general meeting for Thursday
from 10 a.m. to noon at the SE
4th St. YWCA. Jean Jerome was
to talk on "The Mature and
Recycled Woman."
ir ir 4
Operation Re-Entry will host
its annual Seder for members
and invited guests on Friday
evening at 6, at 3602 Collins
Ave.
The Dade Broward Chapter
of the RetinirJa Pigmentosa
Foundation will meet on Friday,
April 23, at 8 pjn. at the First .
Federal Savings building at
18301 Biscayne Blvd. Mr. and
Mrs. Berman, founders of the
foundation, will attend.
Passover Greetings
THE PRINCE MICHAEL HOTEL
2618 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 538-7321
Irving Krieger Louis Barbanell Harvey Chyka
Best Wishes for Passover
tirefair
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The Talmudic College of Florida
presents
The World Famous
MOSHE KRAUS
Tenor
Chief Confor of the Israeli Army (Res.)
First appearance in Florida
Sunday, April 18, 1976
Second Day Hoi Moed Pesach
8:30 p.m.
Hebrew Academy Auditorium
2400 Pine Tree Drive
Miami Beach, Flo. 3314C
TICKETS 3.50, 4.50, 5.50 available at door
Our
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for a
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+Jew 1st* ncrkMxn
Friday, April 16, 1976
Round Town
Florence and Ike Gordon are
vacationing at Safety Harbor
Spa, a mineral springs resort on
Old Tampa Bay.
it &
David Ben-Gurion, Albert Ein-
stein, Eleanor Roosevelt, Chaim
Weizmann and many others,
will appear, in one form or an-
other, on Monday, April 19,
when the Miami Chapter of
llarlnasah holds a ML Scopus
Hospital Project Celebration at
9:45 in Temple Israel, accord-
ing to chairpersons Rose Meyers
and Cheryl Altman.
Mrs. Diane laaenberg, fund-
raising "vice president, an-
nounced that Israeli singer and
guitarist Danny Amlbnd will
provide entertainment. Passover
refreshments will be served.
Mrs. Gloria Friedman, chap-
ter president, said that the
election of officers for 1976-77
will also be held.
a Ruth Brotman's brother, Dr.
Herbert L. Brotman, has been
visiting with her in Miami and
with relatives in Lauderdale-by-
tbe-Sea for the past six weeks.
Cousins Mr. and Mn, Bernard
Greenberg gave a dinner party
for him at the Hemispheres in
Hallandale before he left for
home.
LMAL HOTKe
UM1 HOTICI
uMi Nona
ucAi notki
'Same Time, Next
Year* Extended
Originally scheduled for a
five-day eight-performance run,
Bernard Slade's "Same Time,
Next Year," starring' Cloris
Leachman and Richard Schaal,
will have two extra perform-
ances on Sunday, April 25.
The play, described as "one
of the funniest comedies ... to
come Broadway's way in
years," concerns a man and
woman, married but not to each
other, who have been meeting
annually for 25 years at the
same hotel.
Zev Bufman, producer, an-
nounced that the performances
are scheduled for 2 and 8 p.m.
at the Miami Beach Theatre of
the Performing Arts and that
information and reservations
are available at the box office.
Soviet
Underground
BERKELEY, Calif. (JTA)
A Soviet Underground Art Exhi-
bit will officially open here May
1 at the Judah Magnes Museum.
The exhibit, sponsored by the
Bay Area Council on Soviet Jew-
ry, consists of 40 photomurals
of the works of 12 Leningrad,
baaed Jewish artists.
The photomurals are a docu-
mentary of Judaism as seen
through the eyes of Soviet art-
ists.
THEIR WORKS were smug-
gled to the West and arrived in
the form of extensive film cov-
erage of an underground exhi-
bit which opened in Leningrad
In the one-bedroom apartment of
the painter Evgeney Abezgaus,
the Council reported.
All 12 artists represented In
the exhibit are graduates of
the finest art institutes in the
Soviet Union.
"They are barred from mem-
bership In the Union of Soviet
artists," said Regina Bublil, ex-
ecutive director of the Council,
"because their modes of artistic
expression do not conform with
the official dictates of 'Socialist
Realism,' and they are there-
fore prohibited from working as
artists."
'. THIS IS the first time works
of this quality and quantity have
been smuggled out of the So-
viet Union, she noted.
After the premiere opening in
Oakland, the exhibit is project-
ed to travel to San Francisco,
Los Angeles, Seattle, Pittsburgh,
Philadelphia, Denver and New
Tork,
NOTICE OP ACTION
OON8TRUCTIVI SERVICE
(NO PROPBRTY)
IN THB CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
LBVINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADK COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 7S-11SS7
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAOB OF:
ROBERT S. TWITTY. JR.
Hbsband
and ____.
OERALDINE ELIZABETH TWITTY.
Wlft%
TO: GERALDINB ELIZABETH
TWITTY
Residence Unknown -
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed aa-alnst you and
you arc required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to It on
STANLEY E. GOODMAN, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address Is 2688
N.W. 2nd Street. Miami. Florid*.
33147. and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before May 21. 1976; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
12th day of April. 197.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Q. FREDERICK
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
STANLEY E. GOODMAN
2688 N.W. 62nd Street
Miami. Florida 33147
Attorney for Petitioner
Phone 691-6931
4/16-23-30 6/7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 76-114*9
NOTICE OF ACTION
Constructive Service
Property
JACK DURANT.
Plaintiff.
ISRA INVESTMENT. INC.. a
dissolved Florida corporation:
MOUNT SINAI MEDICAL CENTER
OF OREATER MIAMI. STATE OF
FLORIDA. MAX CITRON and
NATHAN REIBER. as Trustees. A.
LOUIS MAVILYA. a/k/a Anthony L.
Mavilya. MOSHE ZUR and HAIA
ZUR. his wife.
Defendants.
TO: MAX CITRON and
NATHAN RIEBER
RESIDENCE: UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion to foreclose a mortgage on toe
following; property In Dade County.
Florida:
Dot 2. Block 13-A. of ISLAND
VIEW, Block II amended. accord-
In*- to the plat thereof, recorded
In Plat Book 4. at Pace 121. of
the Public Records of Dade Coun-
ty, Florid*, a/k/a Dot 2. Block
lt-A, ISLAND VIEW ADDITION.
according to the plat thereof as
recorded In Plat Book 9. at Pas*
144, of the Public Record* of
Dade County. Florid*.
h*s been filed against you and you are
required to serve copy of your writ-
ten defenses. If any. to It on HARVEY
RICHMAN. plaintiffs attorney, whoss
address Is 407 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach. Florid* 33132. on or before
May 19, 1976. and file the original with
the clerk of this court either before
service on plaintiff's attorney or Im-
mediately thereafter: otherwise da-
fault will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the oomplalnt
or petition
WITNESS my band and the seal
of this Court on April 9. 1971
RICHARD P. BRINKER
a* Clerk of said Court
By: L SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
4/16-28-80 S/T
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-10S41
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
MARGARET L WHITTAKER.
ROBERT O. WHITTAKER
TO: ROBERT O. WHITTAKER
C/O 8ERTE8A
IA Avenlda Norte Bntre ST y
19 C.P.
San Salvador. El Salvador. C.A.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action tor Dissolution of Mar-
riage haa been filed against you and
you are required to serve copy of
your written defenses. If any. to It
on WOLFSON, DIAMOND. LOGAN Si
EDGE PA. Attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is 407 Lincoln Road.
Suite 9G. Miami Beach. Florida 11119.
and file the original with the clerk of
the above styled court on or before
May 24, 1976: otherwise default wfll
be entered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published one*
each week for four consecutive week*
In THB JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
7th day of April. 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Aa Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florid*
By L. SNEEDEN
__ Aa Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Mark A Lelbowlts
WOLFSON. DIAMOND. LOGAN
A EDGE. PA.
407 Lincoln Road. Suite SO
Miami Beach. Florida SSlSt
Attorney for Petitioner
4/14-13-20 S/T
IN THsI CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADB COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Flls Number 7S-2S41
Division JOSEPH NESBITT
IN RE: ESTATE OF
KATIE GELFBLD
NOTKEOF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST
WffiSFi*MBr NOTIFIED
that the administration of ">""
of KATIE GELFELD. deceased. File
Number 76-2341, Is Pending In tlie
Circuit Court for Dade County. Flor-
id*, Probate Division, the address oi
which Is 73 West Flagier Street. Mi-
ami. Florida. The personal nnNMta-
tlve of the estate Is Samuel Simon,
who^ address is 820 Collins Avenue
Apt. 18, Miami Beach. Florida. The
name and address of the personal rep-
resentative'* ttorney re set fortn
""aT'persons having claims or de-
mands against the estate are requir-
ed WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF TOW NOT*
to file with the clerk of Jh above
court a written sUtement of any
claim or demand they may have. Eacn
claim must be In writing SB* must
Indicate the basis for the claim, the
name and address of the creditor or
hi* agent or attorney, and the amount
claimed. If the claim la not yet due.
the date when It will become due shall
be stated. If the claim is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the uncer-
tainty shall be stated. If the claim Is
secured, the security shall be describ-
ed. The claimant shall deliver suffi-
cient copies of the claim to the clerk
to enable, the clerk to mall one copy
to each personal representative.
All persons Interested In the estate
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed arc re-
quired, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST-
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
to file any objections they may have
that challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the qualifications of
the personal representative, or the ve-
nue or Jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: April 16.
1976
SAMUEL SIMON
A* Personal Representative of the
Estate of KATIE GELFELD
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR _
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE:
HOWARD N. GALBTJT. ESQUIRE
721 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Telephone: 672-3100
IN THB CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 76-1558
IN RE: ESTATE OF
LUIS ENRIQUE RUZ CEL8I.
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE:__________
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTlirJjnD
that the administration of the estate
of LUIS ENRIQUE RUZ CELSI. de-
ceased, File Number 76-15(6. Is pend-
ing In the Circuit Court for Dde
County, Florida. Probate Dlvlalon. the
address of which la 7S West Flaaler
Street. Miami. Florida. The personal
representative of the estate la MOR-
RIS N. BROAD, whose address la 1666
Washington Avenue. Miami Beach.
Florid* 89189. The name and address
of the personal representative's at-
torney are set forth below.
All persona bavins claims or de-
mands against the estate are requir-
ed, WITHm THREE MONTHS
FROM THB DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of *ny
claim or demand they may have. Each
claim must be In writing and must
Indicate the baslg for the claim, the
name and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the amount
claimed. If the claim Is not yet due.
the date when It will become due shall
be stated. If the claim Is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the uncer-
tainty shall be stated. If the claim la
secured, the security shall be describ-
ed. The cl*lm*nt shall deliver suffi-
cient copies of the claim to the clerk
to enable the clerk to mall one copy
to each personal representative.
All persona Interested In the estate
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired, WITHIN THRBB MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICB.
to file any objections they may have
that challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, th* qualifications ot
the personal representative, or th* ve-
nue or Jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FDUSD WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: April IS,
1976.
MORRI8 N. BROAD
A* Personal Representative of th*
Estate of LUIS ENRIQUE RUZ
CELSI, Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR
PERSONAL RBPRBSBNTATTVa:
Philip M. Segal. Baa.
Broad and Case el
1108 Kane Concourse
B*> Harbor Islands. Florid* 33164
Telephone: (SW) 868-1000
4/1S-SS
NOTICB UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMB LAW
NOTICB IS HsTREHT GIVEN that
th* *nderslgned. desiring to engag* la
business under th* fictitious name of
RESTAURANT EL BODBOON at
18127 N.W. 42 AT*.. Opa-Locka. Ft*..
Intends to register said name with th*
Clerk of th* Circuit Court of Dads
County. Florida.
ALBERTO MAOGI
4/14-23-29 S/T
IN THB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 76-1928
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ALFRED K. HELLER.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OK DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED
,NVO^DA^lIAHEEREBY NOTIFIED
that the administration of the estate
of ALFRED K. HELLER, deceased,
late of Dad* County. Florid*. File
Number 76-1928 Is pending in the Cir-
cuit Court In nd For D*de County.
Florida. Probate Division, the address
of which is 3rd Floor, Dade County
Courthouse. 73 West Flagier Street
Miami. Florida 33130. The Personal
representative of this estate Is HEN-
RY NORTON, whose address Is 1201
Biscayne Building. 19 West Flagier
Street. Miami. Florida 33130. The
name and address of the attorney for
the personal representative are set
forth below. .
All persons having claims or de-
mands against this estate are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
to file with the clerk of the above
court a written sUtement of any
claim or demand they may have. Each
claim must be, in writing and must
indicate the basis tor the claim, the
name and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the amount
claimed. If the claim Is not yet due.
the date when it will become due shall
be stated. If the claim is contingent
or unliquidated, the nature of the un-
certainty shall be stated. If the claim
Is secured, the security shall be de-
scribed. The claimant shall deliver
sufficient copies of the claim to the
clerk of the above styled court to
enable the clerk to mall one copy to
each personal representative.
All persons Interested In the es-
Admlnlstratlon has been mailed are
tate to whom a copy of this Notice of
required. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file any objections they may have
that challenge the validity of the de-
cedent's will, the qualifications of the
personal representative, or the venue
or Jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
DATED at Miami, Florida on this
12th day of April, 1976.
HENRY NORTON
As Peraonal Representative of the
Estate of ALFRED K. HELLER.
Deceased
First publication of this notice of
administration ou the 16th day of
April, 1976.
HENRY NORTON. ESQUIRE
1201 Biscayne Building
19 West Flagier 8treet
Miami. Florida 33130
Telephone 374-2116
Attorney for Peraonal Representative
4/1S-SI
IN THB CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADB COUNTY, FLORIDA
NOISIAia BAVaOMd
File Number 76-2063
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MATILDA KLAUSNBR
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the administration of the estate
of MATILDA KLAUSNBR, deceased.
File Number 76-2063. Is pending In
the Circuit Court tor Dade County.
Florida, Probate Division, the address
of which la Dade County Courthouse.
Miami, Florid*. The personal repre-
sentative of the estate la Selma Ehr-
llch, whose address la 7613 Bounty
Are.. North Bay Village. Dade Co..
Fla. The name and address of the
personal representative's Attorney are
set forth below.
All persons having claim* or de-
mands against the estate are requir-
ed, WITHIN THRBB MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THB FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
to file with the clerk of the above
court written statement of any
claim or demand they may have. Bach,
claim must be In writing and must
Indicate the baslg tor the claim, the
name, and address ot the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the amount
claimed. If the claim Is not yet due.
the date when It will become due shall
be stated. If the claim Is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the uncer-
tainty shall be stated. If the claim la
secured, the security shall be describ-
ed. The claimant ahall deliver suffi-
cient copies of the claim to the clerk
to enable the clerk to mall one copy
to each person*! representative.
All persons Interested In the estate
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
S!JjreA W'THIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THB FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICB.
to file any objections they may have
that challenges the validity of th*
decedent's will, th* qualification* of
tne person*! representative, or the
**??. or Jyrtedlctlon of the court
ALL CLATM8. DEMANDS AND
SS^'SE&V1, nuD wjxE
BE FOREVER BARRED
D*t* of th* first publication of this
Notice of Administration: April IS.
SELMA EHRUCH
As Personal Representative of th*
tat* of MATILDA KLAU8NBR
ATTORNEY FOR*"*1
PERSONAL RJJPRBSENTATnril-
ABRAHAM H SHTJKAT TTV"'
420 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach. Fla. 31119
Telephone: (71-4001
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NOisiAia nAvaouci
File Number 7S-2232
Drvi.lon JOSEPH NBBBITT
IN RE: ESTATE OF
CHARLES MARK8
NOTICe'oF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL
OTHER PEHSONB INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE: _,T^
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the administration of the estate
of CHARLES MARKS, deceased. File
Number 76-2232. Is pending In the Cir-
cuit Court tor Dade County. Florid*.
Probate Division, the address of which
Is 73 West Flaaler Street. Miami.
Florida. The personal representative
of the esUte is LUCILLE ELLISON,
whose address Is 10306 S.W. 91st
Street, Miami. Florida. The name and
address of the personal representa-
tive's attorney are set forth below.
All persons having clalma or de-
mands against the estate axe requir-
ed, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
to file with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of any
claim or demand they may have. Each
claim must be In writing and must
Indicate the basis for the claim, the
name and address of the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the amount
claimed. If the claim la not yet due.
the date when it will become due ahall
be stated. If the claim Is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the uncer-
tainty shall be stated. If the claim Is
secured, the security shall be describ-
ed. The claimant shall deliver suffi-
cient copies of the claim to the clerk
to enable the clerk to mall one copy
to each personal representative.
All persons interested In the estate
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
to file any objections they may have
that challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the qualification* of
the personal representative, or the ve-
nue or Jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: April If.
1976.
LUCILLE M. ELLISON
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of CHARLES MARKS
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE:
CHARLES NEU8TEIN
STEINBERG A NEUSTEm
350 Lincoln RoadSuite 520
Miami Beach. Florida
Telephone: 538-2244
4/14-28
IN THB CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 76-1922
Division FRANK B. DOWLINO
IN RE: E8TATE OF
IGNACE FAYBRMAN.
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFDID
that the administration of the estate <
ot IGNACE FAYBRMAN. deceased.
File Number 76-1922. Is pending In th*
Circuit Court for Dade County. Flor-
id*. Probate Division, the address of
which Is Dade County Courthouse. 71
W. Flagier St.. Miami. Florid*. Th*
personal representative of th* estate
I* ADELK FAYERMAN. whose Ad-
dress is 2801 Collins Avenue. Apt.
A524. Miami Beach. Fla. The name
and address of the personal represen-
tative's attorney are set forth below.
All persons having claims or de-
mands against the estate are requir-
ed. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIR8T
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICB,
to file with the clerk of the above
court a written statement of any
claim or demand they may have. Each
claim must be In writing and must
indicate the basis for the claim, th*
name and address ot the creditor or
his agent or attorney, and the amount
claimed. If the claim la not yet due.
the date when it will become due shall
be stated. If the claim Is contingent or
unllauidated. the nature of the uncer-
tainty shall be stated. If the claim I*
secured, the security shall he describ-
ed. The claimant shall deliver suffi-
cient copies of the claim to the clerk
to enable th* clerk to mall one copy
to each personal representative.
All persons Interested In the estate
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THB FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
to file ny objections they may hsv.S
that challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, th* qualifications of
the personal representative, or the ve-
nue or Jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WTLL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: April IS.
ADBLB FAYBRMAN
As Personal Representative of th*
Estate of IGNACE FAYBRMAN
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR
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^,v ADlil 16, 1976
Passover Ends on Thursday
With Memorial Services
The final days of Passover will be marked in Greater
Miami beginning at sundown on Tuesday, April 20, and
concluding on Wednesday night, in Liberal and Reform
congregations, and Thursday night in Conservative and
Orthodox congregations.
Concluding services will include the traditional Yizkor
memorial for the dead.
The Sabbath preceding the end of Passover, begin-
ning Friday and ending Saturday evening, is known as
Choi Hamoed.
. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot will
I conduct memorial and conclud-
ing services at Temple Israel on
I Wednesday morning at 11.
At the Israelite Center Tem-
ple all evening services are
scheduled for 6 and 6:30. At
1845 a.m. services on Wednes-
day Rabbi Solomon H. Walden-
berg's sermon is "What We Can-
not Pass Over." On Thursday
morning there are services at
8:45 and a memorial service at
10:15. The rabbi's topic is "The
Right of the Jews to Israel."
Rabbi Sol Landau and Cantor
William W. Lipson will officiate
at services at Beth David Con-
gregation on Tuesday evening
at 6 in the chapel, Wednesday
morning at 9 in the main sanc-
tuary and Wednesday evening
at 6 in the chapel. On Thurs-
day morning at 9 at the memo-
rial service in the main sanc-
tuary, the rabbi's sermon topic
is "Prerequisite for Messianic
Redemption." At that time To-
rah mantles will be presented
in memory of Irvin Sirkin.
Yizkor memorial service will be
observed at Temple Beth Tov
on Thursday at 11 a.m. with
Rabbi Charles Rubel officiating.
Henry Bulbin
Passes at 84
Henry Bulbin, of Miami, died
on April 9 at the age of 84.
He had come here from New
York in 1924 and with his late
brother-in-law, Morris L. Cowen,
was a Florsheim Shoes mer-
chant in the Miami area.
Active in community work,
Bulbin was a charter member
of Temple Israel of Greater Mi-
ami and a member of Sholem
Lodge B'nai B'rith and of the
Hibiscus Lodge F&AM No. 275.
A World War I veteran, he serv-
ed in the Coast Guard during
World War n.
Bulbin was married to Nettie
Sandier Bulbin, who died in
1953. In 1954 he married the
former Claire Feldman, who
survives him. He is sur-
vived also by four sons
Fred, of Roanoke, Va., Joseph
and Stanley, of Miami, and Rob-
ert Feldman of New Orleans. A
sister, Leah Bulbin, of Glasgow,
Scotland, and seven grandchil-
dren also survive.
Services were held on Sun-
day at Temple Israel, with inter-
ment at Temple Israel Cemetery.
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packages for distribution. Left to right:
they are Barbara Goldemberg, chairman
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Young Adults Division Social Action Com-
mittee; David Schaecter, chairman of the
Community Chaplaincy Advisory Commit
tee; Harry B. Smith, Federation president;
Myron J. Brodie, executive vice presi-
dent; and Rabbi Solomon Schiff, direc-
tor of the Community Chaplaincy Service
and executive vice president of the Rab-
binical Association of Greater Miami. The
program is designed to be instructional
and also of assistance to disadvantaged
persons in the community. (See story,
Page 2-B).
IEVITT
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lOHNV LVITT. F.D.
A colorful model seder was sponsored by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation Young Adults Division for
nearly 100 young men and women. Among those par-
ticipating in the educational demonstration were (from
left) Mr. and Mrs. Barry Bogin of North Miami Beach,
Ellen Ditchek of Miami Beach, and Vivi Brownstein of
South Miami.
DR. GERALD WERNICK
WERNICX
DR. GERALD, 42. of Coral Oablea.
passed away on April 9. He came
here from Hammond. Ind.. 25 years
ago. He was vice president of the
Miami Society of Hndodontlsts. pres-
ident of the Miami Chapter of Alpha
iimpita, chairman of the Kndodon-
tlc Department of Mt. Slnal Hospi-
tal, cochalrman of the Endodonllc
Section of the Dade County Dental
Research Clinic and consultant to
the VA Hospital. A Diplomat e of
the American Board of Endodontists.
he was a member of the East Coast
Dental Society Executive Commit-
tee and vice president of Temple
Zlon. Dr. Wernlck Is survived oy
his wife, VI; daughters Barbara and
Sharon; a son. Jeffrey; his mother.
Mrs. Deborah Wernlck. of Miami
Beach. His father was the late Rab-
bi Henry B. Wernlck. In lieu of
flowexs, donations may be sent to
the Dr. Gerald I. Wernlck Memo-
rial Fund for the Hebrew University
Dental School, care of Dr. Arthur
Sltrln. 10589 Bird Rd.. Miami. 33165.
Services were held Sunday at the
Riverside, with Interment at Lake-
aide Memorial Park
FROMET
JACK J., 68. a retired electronics
Inspector formerly with the V.8
Army Corps of Engineers (N.Y.C.).
died on April 1 In North Miami, after
a brief Illness. Fromet. who was born
in Brooklyn, moved to Cleveland at
an early age and later to Bloomfleld.
N.J He was a founder member of
the Hallandale Square Club, a mem-
ber of the South Broward Scottish
Rite Club. Hollywood. Miami Beach
Shrine Club of Mahi Temple. Salaam
Temple. Livingston. N.J.. a Master
Mason of Bloomfleld Lodge No. 40
F.A.M., and a member of Amity
Lodge No. 442. Knights of Pythias,
New York City. Surviving are his
wife. Pearl; two brothers. Martin, of
Shaker Heights. Ohio, and David, of
Tampa; and two nieces, Ruth Koehl
of Kings Point, N.Y.. and Edith
Mints of Bloomfleld. Services were
held in New York
Page 3IB
Mrs. Gans Passes
Mrs. Marcella Abess uans, of
North Miami, a voluntary re-"
search assistant to Dr. Marc
Rose at the University of Mi-
ami Medical School, passed
away Aoril 10. She is survived
by her husband, Charles; a
daughter, Kathy, and a son, Ste-
phen; her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Abess, of Miami Beach;
her grandmother, Mrs. Arthur
Ungar, of "Miami Beach; a sis
ter, Mrs. Linda Ellis, of New
York; and a brother, Leonard
Abess, Jr., of Miami.
Services were held on Mon-
day at Temple Israel, with en-
tombment at Woodlawn Memo-
rial Park.
GELTZER
NORMAN HERBERT. 45. of Miami,
paaaed away April 8. Survived by
wife, Edith; aons Paul. Steven. Scott.
Wayne; mother, Eva; brother. Dr.
Bernard, all of Miami. Graveside
services were held April 9 at Star of
David Memorial Park. Arrangements
by The Riverside.
FINEGOLD
EZRA, 82. of Miami Beach, died
April 7. He had made his home here
for the past 27 yeais since coming
from Chicago. Flnegold was past
president of Brandels Zionist District
and active with the Jewish National
Fund He was honorary life Presi-
dent of Temple Ner Tamld and of
Blscayne Point Homeowners Asso-
ciation, and a member of B nal
B'rith and supporter of Israel Bonds.
He is survived by his wife. MoHle:
two sons. Marshall Field, of Chi-
cago, and Lenard Field, of Olen-
coe; a daughter. Joyce Sacks, or
Skokle: and a brother. David, of
N Y.C : six grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren. Services and
Interment In Chicago. Gordon.
FURLONG. Ida. 89. of Miami Beach.
Interment Temple Israel Cemetery.
Riverside.
GUTTMAN. Bmlle J 72. of Miami
Lakes. Interment Mt. Nebo. Gordon.
HOFFMAN. Regina. Miami Beach.
SWERDLOW. Sadie. 68. of West Palm
Beach. Newman.
BURG. Julian I.. 60. of Miami.
Interment Mt Nebo. Gordon
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Friday, April 16, 1976

North Broward Hadassah
Hosting Regional Conference
On Monday, April 26, the
North Brqward Chapter of Ha-
dassah will welcome the more
than 350 delegates to the 26th
annual conference of the Flor-
ida Region at the Deauville Ho-
tel, Miami Beach.
The conference will be host-
jd by the North Broward Chap-
er with a committee, headed
by Adeline Moll, of almost 100
women taking charge of activi-
ties.
This year's theme is "Hadas-
sah the American Connec-
tion." The American and Zion-
ist Affairs plenary session
"Guide to Action" is sched-
uled for Monday evening, when
gueat speakers will be Marshall
Harris on "Social Service in
Florida" and Prof. Michael Cur-
tis on "Mideast Update."
Esther Cannon, chapter presi-
dent, said the women have been
putting in long hours over many
months, designing and planning
a decorative and warm atmos-
phere for the entire three-day
conference.
Mrs. Moll, according to Mrs.
Cannon, has not only directed
Regional chairperson of the
the committee with efficiency
and imagination, but has also
done much of the necessary leg-
work. "She is to be commended
highly for her calm organiza-
tional ability. The success of the
conference hospitality will be
due, in large measure, to Mrs.
Moll's leadership."
Special mention must be made
jf those heading the subcom-
mittees: Sylvia Beckman, physi-
cal arrangements; Anne Meiroff
and Helen Shield^ treasurers;
Ruth Gorelick and Florence
Krantz, visual aids; Betty Selis
and Ethel Goodman, gift beach
bags; Cindy Collins, delegates
reception; Fran Sindell, early-
bird nrizes; Mary Pavony, ban-
quet table reservations; Edith
Berlinger, boutique.
Also Gloria Hirsch, booktique;
Etlhel Binder, showtime; Ma-
rion Cerul and Blanche Herz-
lkh. registration; Elaine Rand,
hostesses and personnel; Sylvia
Siegel and Betty Marcus, table
decorations; Bella Golkin, social
conference is Selda Milton of
Coral Gables, while workshop
coordinator is Betty Miller of
Miami Beach. Advisor to the
conference is Deborah (Mrs.
Aaron) Kaplan, member of the
National Board of Hadassah and
holder of various national port-
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At the opening luncheon Ade-
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North Broward Chapter of Ha-
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Through the generations, the Passover
Haggadah has been one of the most
popular works ... in Jewish religious
literature. Many versions have been
preserved in various manuscripts dat-
ing from the 13th to the 15th centuries,
and in fragments from the cairo
Genizah.
I History of the Ha^adah and the Ancient Seder Service
TNj]||| By DR. FREDERICK LACHMAN The purpose of the Haggadah ("Ve-higgadta These manuscripts originate from all coun-
Executive Editor, Encyclopaedia Judalca le-vinkha" "And thou shalt tell thy son," tries in which Jews have lived. Since the 15th
IIIIII n > >* hv > _. __________ A__ f,.iniimi frW UnnnnJnk hae Vi*rl IflArA than
By DR. FREDERICK LACHMAN
Executive Editor, Encyclopaedia Judalca
'JTHE HAGGADAH is based on the Seder serv-
ice prescribed by the Mishnah (Pes. 10),
which had apparently been conducted in the
form of a banquet.
The observance of the precepts at the Seder
the eating of the pesah (the paschal sacri-
fice), mazzah (unleavened bread), and maror
(bitter herbs); the drinking of arba kosot (four
cups of wine); and the recital of the story of
the exodus from Egypt (the narrative of the
Haggadah) were integrated into this banquet
celebration.
THE HACGADAH is essentially an account
of the Egyptian bondage, a thanksgiving to
God for the redemption and, in Temple times,
a thanksgiving for the acquisition of the Land
of Israel. After the destruction of the Second
Temple, the latter was replaced by a prayer
for the ultimate redemption.
The purpose of the Haggadah ("Ve-higgadta
le-vinkha" "And thou shalt tell thy son,"
Ex. 13:8), one of the central commandments
of the day, is represented by the narrative
itself.
Not written by any particular author, or
group of authors, the Haggadah is not a "llt-
jrary composition" in the accepted sense of
the term. Its narrative is a collection of ex-
cerpts from the Bible, Mishnah, and Midrash,
interpolated with the ritual performances:
the Kiddush, the benedictions recited on the
performance of precepts, and for food, Grace
after Meals, and the Hallel. Gradually, stories,
psalms, and songs were added.
THROUGH the generations, the Passover
Haggadah has been one of the most popular
works, perhaps the most popular, in Jewish
religious literature. Many versions, have been
preserved in various manuscripts mostly dat-
ing from the 13th to the 15th centuries, and also
in fragments from the Cairo Genizah.
These manuscripts originate from all coun-
tries in which Jews have lived. Since the 15th
century, the Haggadah has had more than
2,700 editions, either with or without com-
mentaries. Later editions have included as
many as 200 commentaries.
Chanting and singing the texts of the Hag-
gadah is generally observed in all Jewish com-
munities, each one according to its peculiar
style and custom. Although the celebration of
the Seder night is a family affair in which
nobody is obliged to sing, it is customary to
do so according to the example set by one's
parents.
AT SOME places it is regarded as a merit
and even a duty to extend the celebration of
the Seder night by joyful singing, eventually
accompanied by dance steps, for as long as
possible. This custom, of course, has its roots
in mystical concepts, but it did not remain
confined to such circles and is honored by
eastern and western communities as well.


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Friday, April 16, i976
*
Success Worries French Jewish Leaders
By BEN G. FRANK
CEPHARDIC Jews from North
Africa who have today a
slight majority in the French
Jewish community have done
so well in their adjustment to
France that the success wor-
ries French Jewish leaden.
What will the next decade
bring?
One Jewish leader even goes
so far as to say that Jews in
France simply assimilate after
the second generation.
Others say it will not happen
now, for there are close ties
with the State of Israel and
France has a vibrant Jewish
community.
ONE FACT certainly is
emerging. There is no doubt
that the French Jewish com-
munity, the third largest out-
side of Israel, is gaining in im-
portance in world Jewry and
Paris itself has become a cen-
ter of Jewish life.
There are about 250,000 to
300,000 Jews, 70 synagogues
and 120 kosher butcher shops
in the French capital, plus of
course two large Jewish com-
munity centers. One is called
the Centre Universitaire Broca
in Boulevard de Port Royal and
one is located at 19 Blvd. Pois-
sonniere. The Broca Center Is
new and modern and any Jew-
ish community in the U.S.
would be proud to have such
a center.
There are several impressive
monuments and memorials to
Jews who perished in World
War n. There are historic land-
marks for Jews, such as the
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ACTUALLY, it is the North
African Jews who have con-
tributed to French Jewish life
with their clubs and activities.
They are the ones who have
given the community its
strength to demonstrate, if need
be, for Jewish rights, and for
Israel.
One French Jewish leader
said that it is the North African
Jews who give the community
a push when demonstrations
are needed. And French Jewry
in recent years especially has
made what they call "repre-
sentations" to the French gov-
ernment to point out that
French interests would be bet-
ter served by supporting Is-
rael, too.
(France, as did other Com-
mon Market nations, voted
against the anti-Zionist resolu-
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FRENCH Jewish leaders and
Israeli officials agree that the
atmosphere is better regarding
Israel French relations. At
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least, said one Israeli, the
French will listen and while
on some issues they will be
pro-Arab, they have moved to-
ward Israel when they felt it
was in their interests to do so.
For example, they did agree to
the European Common Market-
Israel accord which gave the
Jewish State the right to ex-
port goods to France and other
nations in Europe duty free by
1977.
The pact gives Israel an
opening to 250 million duty-
free customers. Israel was the
first Mediterranean nation to
be accepted on this basis; the
Arabs were left at the railing
despite their powerful oil re-
sources used as political lever-
age. Moreover, though France
sells military hardware to the
Arabs, it also can sell to Is-
rael; the embargo has been
lifted. Finally, there have been
diplomatic and cultural ex-
changes and an Israeli noted
that last year the French for-
eign minister came to Israel
and even "went up" to Jeru-
salem.
While there are delicate rela-
tions between France and the
USSR, French Jewry has dem-
onstrated en masse for Soviet
Jews and the press noted that
the French President Giscwd
d'Estaing agreed to discuss the
matter of Soviet Jews with the
Russians on his recent trio tn
the USSR.
BUT A visitor to the French
Jewish community is also struck
by the realization that new
community centers, more He-
brew schools, more youth ac-
tivities, are needed if French
Jewry is to survive.
For France assimilates peo- x
pie faster than any other coun- *-
try in the world and that goes
for Jews, too. "Assimilation
is unavoidable in a wide open
society such as the French
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one," said a Jewish leader to
this writer. Religion also is on
the wane in France and lack
of interest in religion on the
part of Christians also per-
colates down to the Jews.
Leon Masliah, director of the
Consistoire Centrale Israelite de
France, said that for the first
10 years, North African Jews
were busy working on getting
settled ecnomically, but now
because of French society,
"every opportunity is open to
them."
MOREEVER, because the
French economy has done very
well these past dozen years,
following the drain of French
participation in Vietnam and
the Algerian war, French Jews
have fared well financially.
There are few poor Jews in
France, asserted one Jewish
leader.
In fact, North African Jews
have made sure that their chil-
dren took advantage of the
French educational system and
many Sephardim have entered
the professions.
They are doctors, pharma-
cists, lawyers, and professors,
and no longer only artisans
and businessmen as many were
in Algeria or Morocco. French
Jewish leaders agree that
Sephardic Jews have fared
better economically and pro-
fessionally than their counter-
parts in Israel which of course
does not have as high a stand-
ard of living as does France.
BUT JEWS in France, whe-
ther they are from North
Africa, Eastern Europe, or na-
tive-born, have played and are
playing an important role in
French life in all fields, in cul-
ture, politics, the economy and
in communications and travel.
Just to cite a few besides
the Rothschilds there is Rene
Cassin, the Nobel Prize-winning
scientist; Pierre Mendes-France,
former French Prime Minister;
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Raymond Aron, the sociologist;
Max Albert, general manager
for France of Air France;
Andre Schwarz-Bart, winner of
the prestigious Goncourt prize
for literature for his novel,
"The Last of the Just."
In the arts, there are, of
course, Marcel Marceau, Si-
mone Signoret, Anouk Aimee
and thousands of others.
But the success also brings
problems. Intermarriage is 40
to 50 percent.
WHILE there probably is
anti-Semitism in France
where is their not anti-Semit-
ism? it is not talked about
by French Jewish leaders as a
current threat. They say anti-
Semitism has been reduced by
ecumenism. Now that the
French economy has slowed
down somewhat, however, and
there is unemployment in
France, some Jewish leaders
feel that with a recession, anti-
Semitism could rise.
It is not clear whether French
Jewry can arrest the assimila-
tion. But closer ties with Is-
rael and with America could
help in bringing modern educa-
tional methods and programs
that could slow down the rate
of assimiliation. There are shali-
chim from Israel in France.
There is an increase in the
number of day schools and
Jewish religious schools.
Contacts between American
Jewry and French Jewry should
continue and should increase, than England or South Amer- approaches and communication
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+JewlsHh)rMlan
Friday, April 16, 1976
Quito
pOR THOSE Jewish families
who fled from Europe in the
face of Hitler's rise to power
and for those who survived the
Holocaust, Ecuador, pursuing
an open-door policy, offered a
safe refuge. Senora Carolina
Kywi, president of WIZO, in
describing the immigration of
the late 1930s and '408, said that
"when we came we didn't have
much money, so there was a
very close feeling. Now it's not
that way."
Taking advantage of the op-
portunities offered by a highly
undeveloped society, the com-
munity has thrived economical-
ly over the past 40 years. To-
day it's faced with a dichotomy,
caught between the desire to
integrate fully into the main-
stream of Ecuadorian society
and a sense of dismay at the
possibility of losing its cultural
identity.
OF THE estimated 800 to
1,000 people who consider them-
selves, and/or are identifiable
as "Israelites" (the preferred
term) the predominant number
of the first generation immi-
grants came from central and
eastern Europe, mostly Ger-
many Austria, Czechoslovakia,
Poland, Rumania and Hungary.
A few others came from Italy,
Peru, Argentina, the United
States and most recently 15-to-
20 families from Chile, both
prior to and following the over-
throw of the Allende govern-
ment.
The second generation has
moved in two distinct direc-
tions. A small group has gone
to work in their fathers' busi-
nesses, being groomed for even-
tual control. The second, and
much larger number have left
the country to study in the
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United States or Europe; gen-
erally, they don't return.
This appears to be happening
for several reasons, the first of
which is that intermarriage is a
very real and tangible threat.
On the average, out of the last
10 marriages in Quito where
one member was a Jew, six to
seven of them were with per-
sons of another faith. Addition-
ally there is not a large num-
ber of Jewish people of mar-
riagable age to be found..
FOR EXAMPLE, there are
only 25 young people between
the ages of 16 and 20 in Quito,
the capital and area of major
Jewish concentration in Ecua-
dor. Finally, as Itzhak Shefi, Is-
raeli Ambassador to Ecuador
put it, ". the young genera-
tion is trying to find other
places with more opportunity."
The pulse center of Jewish
life in the country emanates
from the Association Israelita
de Quito, known locally as the
Beneficiencia (social welfare
organization). The Beneficien-
cia, started in 1936 by 30 fami-
lies, houses Bene Berith (B'nai
B'rith) with 37 members, WIZO
with 200, an Orthodox shul and
pie has been without a rabbi
for some time now; services
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Wo Soli Pizza, broad, falafol
sandwiches and
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are conducted by Joshua Erlis-
che, a teacher at the Colegio
Alberto Einstein and two-time
delegate from Argentina to the
Jewish Latin American Con-
gress.
THE COLEGIO Alberto Ein-
stein was established by the
community three years ago and
today teaches 240 students, 100
of whom are Jewish. As Erlis-
che noted. "You can't support
the school without the 150 non-
Jewish students." In addition,
$10,000 a year in aid comes
from the Jewish Agency's De-
partment of Education for the
Diaspora. In spite of this a
major problem seems to be
education, or rather lack of it;
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in particular Jewish aware-
ness.
Every three months a rep-
resentative of the Israeli De-
partment of Immigration visits
Ecuador to talk about aliya.
However, those few families
who leave for Israel return
joon after. As for Zionism, "no-
body knows what it is."
Relations with the rest of
society range from benign
neglect by the government,
"We asked 'Bombita' (ex-Presi-
dent Rodriguez Lara) for greet-
ings on the Jewish New Year;
he didn't respond," to friend-
ship with the Arabs living here.
The local Arabs are mostly
Lebanese Christians, called
"Turcos," and along with Ecua-
dorian Jews are members of
the same economic strata, pri-
marily middle or upper class
merchants.
IN FACT, a recent Presi-
dential candidate and ex-mayor
of Guayaquil of Lebanese ex-
traction, Assad Bucaram, was
supported by a number of "is-
raelitas."
The Jewish Ecuadorian com-
munities of Quito, Cuenca and
Guayaquil are beginning to
awaken to the quandary they
find themselves in. Ecuador of-
fered a haven to Jewish refu-
gees at a time when most of
the rest of the world's doors
were firmly barred. Life has
been peaceful and prosperous
here.
Nevertheless, assimilation and
youthful emigration in search
of better opportunity have taken
their toll. As Senora Constan-
tina Di Capua, archaeologist
and scholar, unhappily con-
cluded, "the only future for the
Jew here is the cemetery." The
unanswered question is, how
long will it take?
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*Jeistlh*ktaMi
Page 5-C
I
Vatican Seen Shifting
Toward Approving
Jewish Jerusalem
By TUV1A MENDELSON
The word's out. The Vatican promises no longer to
insist on international status for Jerusalem, according
to Father Pierre De Contenson, secretary of the Vati-
can's Commission for Judaism.
The Vatican official said on a radio interview here
that the Pope only desires international guarantees for
preserving the status of holy sites in the city. If that is
the case, it represents a major change on the part of
the Holy See with regard to the future of Jerusalem and
Israel's sovereignty over the united city.
FR. DE CONTENSON, who was a member of a
Papal delegation that participated last week in the first
interfaith dialogue with Jews ever held in Jerusalem,
also offered a written apology for disparaging remarks
he made on the radio with respect to the high-rise build-
ings that have altered Jerusalem's skyline.
Speaking in French, in reply to a question, the
Catholic leader said that "With so much dynamite about,
it is a pity the terrorists don't use some of it on some
of those buildings."
He described his statement as a foolish remark
that was meant to be a joke. "The word terrorist came
to my mouth because generally terrorists use dyna-
mite," he said, adding that "everyone knows I love the
city of Jerusalem and that I am for peace and against
terrorism."
FATHER DE CONTENSON's criticism was aimed
primarily at the recently built Hilton Hotel and other
modern structures, but they also included certain
Christian churches and the venerable King David Ho-
tel, erected in the early 1920s, which many architects
consider a magnificent structure of native Jerusalem
stone which blends perfectly with its surroundings.
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*Jelsttk*kHar
Friday, April 16, 1976
President Ford, in a
campaign appearance in
Chicago, claimed he had
"aaaurances" that Soviet
Jewish emigration would
have exceeded the high mark
of 35,060 in 1973 had Con-
gress not adopted the Jack-
son- Vanik Amendment. He
did not identify the sources
of the assurances nor pre-
cisely when he received
them.
The President also said
he thought "world pressure
is going to be helpful in con-
tinuing the momentum" in
which "we played an active
part" in bringing about a
resolution of the problems
in the Middle East.
FORD MADE these remarks
following his prepared address
before the Chicago World Af-
fairs Council in which he
stressed his "policy of peace
through strength."
His only reference to the
Middle East in his text was one
sentence that "the Sinai agree-
ment between Israel and Egypt
reached last September is work-
ing well and is a milestone to-
ward a permanent settlement
in the Middle East."
Asked about prospects for
continued stability in the Mid-
east, Ford said, "Obviously,
there are very great problems
to solve the policy of the
PLO, the Golan Heights, the
West Bank, the rest of the Sinai
and agreements to be reached.
Ford Still Sees
Jackson Bill
As Detrimental
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
whether a full peace or non-
belligerency."
He noted, "These are very
complicated and emotional is-
sues. But I am an optimist, pre-
dicated on the success we had
with Prime Minister (Yitzhak)
Rabin and (Egyptian President
Anwar) Sadat."
FORD THEN added: "I think
it would be in the interest of
the world as a whole and cer-
tainly in the best interest of
that volatile, complicated, con-
troversial area if we could con-
tinue to move ahead respon-
sibly bearing in mind that this
country is dedicated to the se-
curity and survival of the gov-
ernment of Israel, that this
country believes that we have
to work with some of the Arab
nations to convince them of our
good faith and that they can
trust us.
"But, if we stop and do no-
thing, if we don't move to help
the momentum going, I think
we could have another outbreak
and we've had four in 25 years
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and each one gets bloodier and
worse with world powers poten-
tially involved. So we have an
obligation to work with the Is-
raelis as well as their Arab
neighbors and this Administra-
tion will," he emphasized, be-
cause "we have their faith and
we have shown results by work-
ing with them."
HIS REFERENCE to Soviet
Jewish emigration arose in what
he described as "some actions"
by Congress which he said were
"harmful to the implementation
of an effective foreign policy"
since his assuming the Presi-
dency 19 months ago.
The "certain limitations," he
said that were placed in the
1974 Trade Act the Jackson-
Vanik Amendment were "a
bad mistake because, I was per-
sonally confident from assur-
ances that I had that instead of
keeping the emigration at 35,000
it probably would have increas-
ed if we had not had the action
by the Congress-"
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ir
_ SOLEMNLY count the 49
days between the first day
of Passover to Shavuoth, the
Feast of Weeks, the anniversary
of the giving of the Torah. Just
as one who awaits a most inti-
mate friend on a certain day,
counts in ardent expectation
the days and even the hours
till his coming, so we count the
days from the anniversary of
our departure from Egypt's
bondage till the festival of the
giving of the Torah.
For this was the aim and ob-
ject of the exodus, says Maimo-
nides. The days between Pass-
over and Shavuoth were known
to the farmers in ancient Pales-
tine as Omer days, for this was
the time when they gathered
their harvest.
IN LATE centuries, these sev-
en weeks came to be full of sad
memories to Israel, for dire ca-
lamities repeatedly befell our
people at this time. It started
with the horrible sufferings un-
der Roman persecution. Tradi-
tion tells of pestilence that
swept away tens of thousands of
Rabbi Akiba's followers during
the weeks of the counting of
the Omer a measure for mea-
suring the grain. History rec-
ords appalling massacres at this
season by crusaders in the year
1098. These and succeeding
tragic events are commemo-
rated by sDecial elegies.
The Omer Season, being a
period of semi-mourning, we
Omer Counting
Brings Us To
Torah Birthday
By DR. BLANCHE KATZEN
abstain from weddings and re-
joicing, except on the 18th of
Lyar, which is the 33rd day of
Omer, when there was a ces-
sation of plague in Akiba's age
and when Bar-Kochba won a
great victory over the Roman
persecutors. This day, Lag Be-
Omer, is another festival com-
memorating a victorious battle
for independence.
THE COUNTING of the Omer
is done toward the close of the
evening service on the first day
of Passover. We recite: "Lo, I
am about to fulfill the affirma-
tive precept of the counting of
the Omer as it is written in the
Torahl And ye shall count unto
you from the morrow after the
day of rest from the day that
we brought the Omer as a wave
offering, seven complete weeks
they shall be, unto the morrow
of the seventh week, shall ye
number fifty days" (Leviticus
23:15-18).
And we recite the blessing:
"Blessed art Thou, 0 Lord our
God, King of the Universe, who
hast hallowed us by Thy com-
mandments and hast given us
command concerning the count-
ing of the Omer."
AN OMER is a half gallon of
barley, the first to ripen of the
grains sown in winter; it was
solemnly cut in the field and
the vield of this sheaf was
brought to the sanctuary as a
token of gratitude to the Lord
of the harvest.
The third day of this period,
Lag Ba-Omer, is celebrated as a
half holiday and all restrictive
laws valid for other days are
suspended.
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Young girl from a North African ghetto displays her
kosher-foi -Passover matzot.
Passo ver Festi va I:
Eye on Absence
of High!, justice
By DR. HEL1 \ HIRSCH
^|AN INVARIABLY
those things of which he
has been deprived. During the
long and crucial millennia of its
existence, the Jewish people
have often been forced into bit-
ter awareness of the absence of
right and justice in their relent
lessly persecuted lives and of
the humiliating recognition of
how small a part their harassed
minority played in the affairs of
an inimical world, which re-
peatedly imposed its iron will
upon them.
In our eager search for the
source of the festival, it be-
comes evident that the seasonal
transition from icy winter to
balmy spring has been one of
the main factors. From hoary
antiquity on, this always has
been the time for eager plant-
ing as well as the birth of the
firstlings of the flock.
AROUND THIS period of wel-
come change, filled with the
hopes and anxieties of the peo-
ple it naturally evokes, have
imulated customs and pray-
1 in ted to the same end
life shall prosper, that peo-
ple should not want and live in
rid harmony. To man-
kind everywhere, springtime
ins a happy feeling of re-
U :wal and release associated
with our two spring festivals,
PuriTi and Passover.
The least of Unleavened
Bread, the bread of affliction,
begins on the 4th of Nisan (the
first Seder night being celebrat-
ed on March 27) and lasts eight
davs. It commemorates Israel's
redemption from Egypt's slav-
ery, a memorial forever.
The evening before the first
of the cruelly enslaved He-
brews from Egypt which the
Jews perceived one of the
greatest acts of their God.
Because of its profound and
extraordinary significance, both
for the popular consciousness
and the historical life of Israel,
the month of the redemption
from Egypt become the first
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mighty: And the Lord spoke
unto Moses saying: "This month
shall be unto you the beginning
of months: it shall be the first
month of the year to you."
(Exodus 2:2.)
TIME AND events have great-
ly heightened the significance
of Passover. Considered before
only as a series of festive days
to remember forever the de-
liverance of a small people from
cruel bondage, it now assumed
the symbolic meaning of human
freedom in general and of the
the universal hope for the end
of all oppression the world over.
This Passover stands for dignity
and equalitv for all mankind.
History and legend, laws and
customs and a vast literature in
general, which, since Biblical
times, has grown up around it,
as well as the many and varied
asnects of the Passover festival
to which great teachers, think-
ers and writers, poets and
artists of all ages have contri-
buted, are being reviewed in
the solemn celebration of this
dearly loved festival, which
carries its ageless message to
all.
IT HAS been said: "In every
generation, each person is ob-
liged to look upon himself as if
he personaly had come out of
Egypt" (Passover Haggadah).
Today, not only physical pre-
paredness alone is required of
us, but also a spiritual prepared-
ness, for the lives of the Jews,
the physical and the spiritual,
are closely linked together in
the celebration of our festivals.
The redemption from evil has
always been a timely story for
the Jews, for it Is the moving
tale of the special Divine Provi-
dence which alone determines
the fate of our people. The story
of Israel's bitter enslavement
and miraculous deliverance am-
ply illustrates that our fate is
determined by a just God.
WHEN WE participate in the
annual commemoration of our
miraculous deliverance, the
dramatic first chapter in our
history, it is, indeed, our own
survival which we are primarily
celebrating, of the Exodus with
a revealing blessing.
Every redemption is but an-
other victorious encounter in
the dynamic process toward the
achievement of our unique des-
tiny, yet another manifestation
of transition from slavery to
freedom, from stragnant assimi-
lation to national preparedness.
Today, Passover still calls the
Jews to hold to their sacred
conviction that justice and free-
dom shall prevail
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COLLECTION AT HEBREW UNION COLLEGE-JEWISH INSTITUTE OF RELIGION
Unusual Seder Plates a Mirror of History
a THREE-TIERED silver Se-
der plate from early nine-
teenth century Vienna is one of
many Passover treasures to be
seen at the Jewish Museum of
the Hebrew Union College-Jew-
ish Institute of Religion in Cin-
cinnati. Prof. Joseph Gutmann
describes the plate as a fine
i example of Passover ceremonial
*' objects made in the Austro-
Hungarian Empire, which pro-
duced many splendid Seder ap-
purtenances during the late
eighteenth and early nineteenth
centuries.
Very few of the surviving
ceremonial objects used Do
grace the Seder table, or for
other Jewish purposes, go back
further than the seventeenth
century, Prof. Gutmann ex-
plains, due to the constant rav-
ages and expulsions suffered by
the Jewish people during the
Middle Ages. In any case, most
Seder items could not antedate
the early Middle Ages as it was
not until then that the Seder
ceremony as we know it today
was fixed. The earliest illumi-
nated Passover Haggadot which
11 s a glimpse of the lust
ceremonial objects are no older
than the thirteenth century
THE SEDER, as it developed
pro-
^W
vided many opportunities for
the fashioning of cenetnjonial
objects. The pious women of
the household in particular
found opnortunities to embroid-
er covers for the matzot, hand-
towels for the prescribed wash-
ings of the hands, and covers
for the cushion upon which the
head of the household custom-
arily reclined. Most important
for the celebration c the Seder
was the Seder tray placed in
the center of the Seder table.
On it were placed the covered
matzot and the prescribed sym-
bolic foods.
In most households, plain
pewter plates were used for this
purpose. These carried charm-
ing but naive engravings of epi-
sodes from the Passover Hag-
gadah, such as the story of the
four sons or an actual depiction
of the Seder celebration. Most
typical were plates having a
pointed star with the Passover
lamb in the center and Hebrew
inscriptions and illustrations of
the final song at the Seder cere-
mony, "Chad Gadya," "An Only
Kid," around the rim as in
a plate made by the Jewish folk
engraver, Joel ben Jehudah, in
Germany in 1779.
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der plate at the Jewish Museum
in Cincinnati dates back to
1815. It has three compartments
to separate the three required
matzot the unleavened bread
or bread of affliction which is
to remind us both of the hard-
ships our forefathers endured
and the bread they ate in their
hasty departure from Egypt. On
the top tray are six small fig-
ures.
The two figures with the boat-
like containers on their heads
were designed to hold the roast-
ed egg the traditional symbol
of the burnt offering brought
on festivals into the Temple at
Jerusalem and the roasted
bone (symbolic of the Passover
lamb sacrificed in the Temple
by our ancestors). The two
women are holding vessels
above their heads for the "ma-
ror" (usually horseradish and
intended to be symbolic of the
bitterness of slavery in Egypt)
and "karpas" (greens, such as
parsley or celery), which were
usually dipped into the salt wa-
ter cauldron held by the hatted
male figure in the foreground.
This was to remind us of the
tears shed by our forefathers in
Egypt. Another hatted figure is
pushing a wheelbarrow, which
was intended to hold the charo-
set" (a mixture of apple, cin-
namon, nuts and wine).
OWING TO its appearance,
this mixture was likened by tra-
dition to the clay mixed with
straw out of which the Israel-
ites made the bricks for the
building they were forced to
construct by, their Egyptian
taskmasters. Finally, in the cen-
ter of the Seder container stands
the majestic figure of Moses,
staff in hand, carrying on his
head a receptacle intended for
the wine glass, known as the
cup of Elijah.
The Prophet Elijah was eager-
ly anticipated on the Seder
night as tradition held that he
would announce the coming of
the Messiah on that night. The
custom of setting aside a wine
glass especially dedicated to
Elijah is of recent origin and
cannot be traced back earlier
than the seventeenth century
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Friday, April 16, 1976

What Holiday After Passover?
I AC BA-OMER is the 33rd day
of the counting of the Omer,
which is reckoned from the sec-
ond day of Passover until Sha-
vuot. ("Lag" is the equivalent
of 33 in Hebrew letters).
It has been celebrated as a
semi-holiday since the Middle
Axes. On Lag Ba-Omer the tra-
ditional mourning customs of
abstention kept during the Omer
period are lifted: haircutting
and shaving are permitted, mar-
riaRes are celebrated, and other
sorts of entertainment are en-
joyed.
ACCORDING to talmudic and
midrashic sources, 24,000 dis-
ciples of Rabbi Akiva died of a
plague during the period be-
tween Passover and Shavuot be-
cause they did not sufficiently
honor one another.
The plague ceased on the day
of Lag Ba-Omer which, con-
sequently, became a holiday,
especially for rabbinical stu-
dents in the Middle Ages (the
"Scholar's festival"). It was cus-
tomary to rejoice on that day
through various kinds of merry-
making.
According to one interpreta-
tion of Exodus 16, the manna
began to fall on Lag Ba-Omer
giving another reason for the
holiday The Kabbalists hold this
date to be the anniversary of
the death of Simeon b. Yohai,
regarded by them as the author
of the Sohar.
IT IS celebrated in Israel in
the village of Meron (near
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celebrations are carried out
with songs and dances by the
thousands who gather there.
A special hymn, consisting of
ten stanzas corresponding to
the ten Sefirot in the Kabbalah,
is sung on this occasion. Three-
year-old boys are given their
first haircut while their parents
distribute wine and sweets.
The same rites, says the En-
cyclopaedia Judaica. are ob-
served at the grave of Simeon
the Just, in Jerusalem.
THE CUSTOM of the children
playing with a bow and arrows
on Lag Ba-Omer is traced, by
certain scholars, to a story about
the students of Rabbi Akiva
who, it is suggested, actually
fell fighting against the Ro-
mans in the revolt led by Bar
Kokhba. Lag Ba-Omer in mod-
ern Israel is a school holiday.
Youngstrs light bonfires in
oDen spaces in towns and vil-
lages and Students' Day is cele-
brated on the campuses of the
universities. The scores of wed-
dings held on Lag Ba-Omer add
to the festive character of this
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End To Belligerency Is A Test Of Arab Intention
Josef Tekoah, former Israeli
wnicipal elections last Monday
xibassador to the United Na-
lons, has declared that Israel's
Proposal for an end to belliger-
Jncy with the Arab states is a
est of Arab intentions towards
[ntering into a final peace
jreement with the Jewish
tate.
Tekoah addressed the quar-
erly meeting of the national
icecutive committee of the Zion-
kt Organization of America after
)r. Joseph P. Sternstein, ZOA
president, denounced the U.S.
Government's intention of sup-
plying military equipment to
Egypt as "a Machiavellian
fctance completely without moral
justification."
DISCUSSING the proposal for
non-bellingerency accord be-
tween Israel and its Arab neigh-
)rs, Tekoah said that although
Israel is ready to renew the
[Geneva conference, the non-
Ibelligerency proposal would test
I Arab intentions of "what is pos-
sible now." He said it would
(also give Israel time to strength-
|en itself"
If the Arab states agree to
lend belligerency, then Israel
I would make its proposals on the
[terms of agreement with Egypt
lor other countries, Tekoah said.
(But, he added, if the Arabs re-
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only one method would remain,
separate bilateral negotiations
with each Arab state.
Referring to the question of
the renewal of the UNDOF
mandate by Syria, Tekoah stated
that "Israel can do without
UNDOF on the Syrian border."
HE EMPHASIZED that a
Syrian refusal to renew UN-
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grave violation" of the disen-
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any Israeli talks with the Pales-
tine Liberation Organization and
any notion of a second Palestine
state, in addition to what he
termed the Arab-Palestine State
of Jordan.
"Israel's position on the so-
called Palestine question and
Israel's refusal to have any deal-
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Israel's legitimate national in-
terest in peace and security and
is in full conformity with gen-
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international law and morality,"
Tekoah declared.
DURING World War U. when
the United States, Great Britain,
the Soviet Union and other al-
lies battled Nazi Germany, "no
one would have dared to sug-
gest that Washington, London
or Moscow should sit down with
the representatives of the Nazis
and negotiate an agreement with
them," he said
"To the Nazis, the Allies of-
fered only one thing uncon-
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despite the fact that the Nazis
never even questioned the right
of Americans, Britons and Rus-
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say to the Nazis during World
War n, we Jews are entitled to
say to the Nazis of the Arab
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Warning that "we should not
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opens the door for Arab de-
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participant. He also observed
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Egypt "must be clearly and
vigorously condemned." He ask-
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Stating that "bribes cannot
buy Egypt away from Russian
influence," Sternstein said that
the U.S. action is "a betrayal of
American support for Israel"
and "no less disturbing, it is a
betrayal of America itself."
He said the most the bribe
of arms can do is to gain some
time but "how much time can
be bought by a bribe before it
must be paid again and again?
The United States, dedicated to
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Mrs. Meir, who is immensely
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and out of Labor ranks, will be
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by Premier Yitzhak Rabin. It
will attempt to unravel the seri-
ous financial and ideological
problems that are presently
threatening the unity of Israel's
governing political faction.
MRS. MEIR gave her assent
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week. They included Rabin, Fi-
nance Minister Yehoshua Ra-
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est friends and political asso-
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Friday, April 16y ,
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Jewlsli FkrkMan
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tory of a Victim of Nazi Terror
jEAN KARSAVINA
. born In Warsaw, Po-
then part of the Tsarist
4 under Nicholas n, be-
Itorld War I. Mine was a
-rtable uppermiddle class
LJewish family of the kind
T I find, many American
[simply refuse to believe
Jd: we felt more Polish
Jewish, which meant we
(culturally assimilated but
lit ever denying our Jew-
is.
I were aware of anti-Semit-
lioth in the Russian-govern-
sl estabhshment and social-
et family friends were as
j to be Gentile as Jewish.
J important, my family were
|ly involved in the Polish ln-
ndence movement.
\)R ME, this meant a child-
J which was a curious blend
lettered privilege (a French
frness, summers in the wa-
Jig place of Western Europe,
Karsavina won the
jliam and Janice Epstein
|5 National Jewish Book
ird of JWB's Jewish
\k Council for her novel,
hite Eagle, Dark Skies."
following is part of her
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and so on and on the other hand
constant awareness of dark,
threatening, realities: the adults
around me were in constant
danger of arrest, jail Siberian
exile, sudden flight.
I cannot remember a time
when political and patriotic ac-
tivity was not part of our daily
scheme of things.
I studied with tutors, and we
lived briefly at various times in
Paris, Moscow. LondonI was
raised bilingual and by age ten
spoke French, Russian and Ger-
man fluently. (Eventually I de-
veloped a total block against
German.)
AT AGE ten. my parents
brought me to New Yorkfor a
six-month stay which turned out
to last a lifetime. Here I went to
the Calboun School, and later
Smith College.
My lifelong love affair with
the English language began in
my freshman year in high
school, when someone gave me
a copy of Joseph Conrad's
"Youth."
By then there was no doubt in
my mind I would be a writer,
but I hadn't quite decided which
language to settle on. Conrad
made the decision for me. He
was a Pole, and he hadn't start-
ed to study English until his
19th year.
So, I reasoned, if he could do
it, I could do it.... I have often
thought that I had decided to
sticke with Polish, I would have
doubtless returned to Poland
with my parents after the peace
was declared and the Treaty of
Versailles created an independ-
ent Polish Republicand who
knows if I would even be alive
today!
AFTER college came the
problem of making a living and
getting started as a writer dur-
ing the Depression. I managed
both once I discovered the art
of practicing a kind of schi-
zophrenia: what I wrote for
pleasure (or for the sake of the
soul!) was rarely published, and
never for more than pennies;
what I wrote commercially
made me a living but was pure
literary carpentry in those
early years mainly pulp fiction,
either love stories at one cent
a word or confessions at two
cents, and articles for the movie
magazines.
I wrote those because they
paid the rent, bought good red
Continued on Page 14-C
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Victim of Nazi Terror
Continued from Page 13-C
meat, and in the meantime
taught me a lot about discipline
and technique.
Hitler made me think in terms
of serious writing again, bat
neither American magazines nor
publishers nor Hollywood were
ready to admit Nazism had any
connection with u here. (A
movie scenario I submitted in
1937, called "Kol Nidre"about
the plight of Jews in Germany
was turned down as irrelevant
by the company which two years
later did "Confessions of a Nazi
Spy.")
BY THE time World War II
broke outand my mother and
all my relatives with one excep-
tion were cut off in Warsaw at
the time of the German inva-
sionI suddenly found myse'
unable to write potboilers any
longer.
Fortunately there were all
kinds of routine writing jobs
during the war years to survive
one, and in the meantime my
mind kept churning with what
I knew was going on in my na-
tive land. Hardly realizing
which way I was going, I began
to plan what eventually turned
into 'White Eagle, Dark Skies *
But only to plan, not write it.
In the meantime I had been
married and divorced. I was
living alone and not liking it
and keeping very busylargely
helping European refugee art-
ists and writers from Nazi-oc-
cupied territories. I kept learn-
ing about what was going on in
Europe, and often couldn't
sleep. Then came the headlines
about the Warsaw Ghetto Up-
rising, and months later the
Warsaw Uprising of the whole
city.
BY THEN I was having a
chance to read smuggled in-
formationand the projected
book about my family began to
take firmer shape.
At the very end of the war,
before Warsaw was liberated, I
was asked to do a teenage novel
with a Polish locale. This I did
with maps of Poland and of the
advancing Soviet armies clipped
from the New York Times and
tacked all over the walls of my
study.
I finished the book about two
weeks before the NazU finally
retreated from Warsaw and
when the news began to come
in freely, I found I had had such
a profound certaintly about my
fictional characters and their
milieu that what happened to
my little heroine and her friends
was exactly what happened in
reality.
The book won a Child Study
Association award and gave
me a new kind of sense of se-
curity about my project.
ILLNESSmany years of It
in a rowthrew a monkey
wrench into my carefully built
plans. I bad just finished a sec-
ond teenage book, "Three by the
had tuberculosis-
After an apparent recovery
Waters," when It was found 1
I had a second, more serious
breakdown resulting in three
unbroken years of hospitals,
surgery and sanitariums. No
writing, of course, except what
could be done longhand, in bed:
a few opera librettos "The
Jumping Frog of Calaveras
County," with Lukas Foss;
Tchaikovsky's "Pique Dame,"
for NBC-TV; an English libretto
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for Prokofieffs duenna. I also
started to paint in bed.
When I was released, the
whole writing world had
changed and I hf* to relearn
now to earn a livu^- Magazines
were dying. Radio was dead and
I didn't have the energy to
tackle TV.
IN TURNED to ghosting:
three books in a row on Yoga;
career books; a best-selling
autobiography of an aging coun-
try doctorfor which I got a
flat sum, an dno royalites; cook-
books"Polish Cookery," pub-
lished by Crown, has gone Into
dozens of printings; medical
articles. And finally a new
source of steady income: trans-
lating and editing from Soviet
economic and technical jour-
nals, the kind which interest
only specialists, which come out
in editions of three hundred to
a thousand, cost a mint and are
subscribed to by specialized
libraries. Suddenly I was worth
my weight in gold.
With my living assured once
more, I was free to do what I
pleased with my so-called spare
time. The was now sifficiently
far in the background so that I
could look upon the events in
Warsaw from a vantage point
of some emotional perspective.
I REALIZED that to do the
kind of story I must do, for an
American audience unfamiliar
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*Jelsi>nerkaan
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I
| the world I would be writ-
it, I would have to work
orical terms.
juTowed this down to start-
a family saga, hatinning
a time whn my own
er had beeen a young man
to his ears in political ac-
when with the laws of
Pale recently enacted Po-
! was suddenly the unwilling
to over a million Russian
in addition to her own old
population, when the
ersity "intelligentsia" was
a point of a certain
it of unity between Polish
lie and Jewish activists.
> morning I decided to take
day off, and without so
as an outline, in one day,
te the first chapter of the
draft of "White Eagle."
KOM THEN on, for eight
i, I took one day a week to
on this book. I also time
[get married againthis time
working!and one of the
ny things I am grateful to
husband for is that he has
failingiy, and patiently, acted
a sounding board while I
tried out my work, using him as
my slightly atypical American
audience.
An American-born Jew, it was
amazing how little be really
knew about the Jews of Eastern
Europe: like so many other peo-
ple he had assumed they had
all come from the shtet'lfrom
the world of Sholorn Aleichem.
WHAT HAD started as a
family saga I had felt impelled
to write in tribute to those who
had been wiped out fighting for
their twin right to first-class
citizenship (as Jews in a Gentile
state) and to national independ-
ence as part of that state has
ended uplargely because of
the questions my husband kept
askingas a true historical
novel, carefully researched after
a first draft was finished; re-
searched so as to give the Amer-
ican reader a clearer under-
standing not only of my char-
acters and their immediate
muieu, out ot a whole political
period.
I was forced to explore social
history, the complex relations
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of Gentiles and Jews and of
both together with the tyran-
nical Tsarist authorities. In the
end, I had learned so much and
had so much left to say that all
I can do is plan a second and
third volume of what must in-
evitably turn into a trilogy.
"White Eagle, Dark SHes"
ends with the abortive revolu-
tion of 1905, when the Russian
people at one end of the Em-
pire, and the Polish patriots on
its western territories, made a
bid for freedom.
SINCE MY own family were
again active in rebuilding the
new Poland after World War I
and the Treaty of Versailles,
then suffered from Poland's na-
tive fascism in the '30s, and
eventually participated and
were wiped out during the
anti-Hitler resistance, when sev-
eral members acted as liaisons
between Polish and Jewish un-
derground groups until the end,
this is what I am now starting
to write about.
True, I can now take two or
three days out of each work
week to do it, but still it's a
long project, undertaken for
love, not money. Books like this
simply don't make money until,
if one is lucky, an accumulative
effect begins to work. That is
why I am particularly grateful
as well as proudto be the
recipient of the JWB's Jewish
Book Council Award. I propose
to use the monev to help fi-
nance a research trip to Poland
next falL
I only hope I can do the work
justice.
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Section D
Friday, April 16. 1976
The story of Passover is
the story of a glorious Jew-
ish exodus from slavery to
fredom. The Passover Seder
recounts this story in all its
ancient glory. But Passover
today is also the story of
a Jewish struggle to remain
free. In this feature on "The
Jewish Holy Places," there
It recounted the ages-long
Jewish quest for spiritual
purpose and worldwide
determination throughout
our history to bring that
purpose low. Nothing sym-
bolizes this determination
more graphically than the
photos on this page. To ig-
nore their meaning is to ig-
nore the meaning of Pass-
over itself and the Jewish
view of freedom: Freedom
never IS; freedom is always
a process of BECOMING.
Elsewhere in this holiday
section devoted to Passover
are other feature articles
recounting this ancient
struggle waged again and
again in our own time,
ranging from "Germans
Would Forget Horrors of
Dachau" (Page 4-D) to
"Egypt Invests in Husky Re-
birth" (Page 6-D). All tell
the same tale: history's de-
votion to the theme of the
eternal Jewish striving tow-
ard higher spiritual pur-
pose.
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4 I
Jordanian bunker built with tombstones from the Mount of Olives. The holy places of Jewish history read
like a Book of Lamentations written by the occupying forces of two millenia of tyrants.
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The Jewish Holy Places:
Their Glory -- And Agony
By DR. FREDERICK LACHMAN
Executive Editor
Encyclopaedia Judaica
Although certain sites in Is-
rael are popularly considered
to be holy and as such are ven-
erated and visited, the notion
is almost nonexistent in primary
Jewish sources.
In the course of time, how-
ever, and perhaps under non-
Jewisb influences, Jews came
to regard some places as being
holy and prayer offered there
as more efficacious than at
other places. The most ven-
erated of these places is the
Western Wall, a relic of the
Temple of Herod.
WITH THE reunification of
the city in 1967, the Wall be-
came the central attraction for
Jewish pilgrims. Prayer serv-
ices are held there daily from
sunrise to nightfall and people
come at all times for medita-
tion. While there is a popular
custom of inserting slips of
paper bearing petitions in the
cracks of the Wall, some peo-
ple refrain from even touching
it because of its holiness.
The other holy places are all
graves of biblical figures or
famous rabbis and pious men
from the mishnaic period until
today.
In Jerusalem, the Mount of
Olives was a center of pilgrim-
age, perhaps because of its
proximity to the Temple site or
because of the prophecy that on
the Day of the Lord (that is the
Day of Resurrection according
to the oral tradition): "His feet
shall stand upon the Mount of
Olives" (Zech. 14:4).
THE MOUNT has served as a
general burial ground for many
centuries and according to tra-
dition the prophet Zechariah is
buried at its foot. Also in Jeru-
salem is the tomb of King David
on Mount Zion, which is cer-
tainly spurious. This fact did
not, however, prevent it from
being a popular focus for pil-
grimage. The grave of Simeon
the Just in Jerusalem is' also
popular and, to some degree,
serves as a substitute for that
of Simeon b. Yohai in Meron.
The most important grave is
that of the patriarchs in He-
bron. This shrine, known in the
Bible as the cave of the Mach-
pelah, is housed in a building
Continued on Page 12-D
A latrine in a Jordanian army camp with tombstone doorstep.
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Germans Would Forget Horrors of Dachau
_ .----- _vi-Q min.manned. there were
Friday, April 16, 1976
By JACK SIEGEL
Dachau
IT WAS a grey, gloomy and
somehow very fitting day. I
and a friend, armed with a 35
mm. camera and driving the
rented Opel, left Munich for
Dachau about 20 miles away.
As we left, I thought of the
story in the International Herald
Tribune just several days earl-
ier about the people in Dachau,
now a city of 33,000 (13,000 be-
fore World War II), who were
not interested in and even hos-
tile to the existence of the me-
morial camp site, its history
an everpresent reminder.
I thought, on the contrary,
it should be exposed again and
again and made visible wher-
ever possible "to honor the
dead and remind the living."
MUNICH'S grand streets, the
well-built houses and well-fed
and clothed people were traf-
ficking in their clean streets
Munich the birthplace of Ger-
man fascism where in Novem-
ber, 1923, Hitler attempted a
coup d'etat beginning at the
Buergerbraeu and ending at the
Feldhernhalle, and where 11 of
his "genossen" (comrades)
were killed while he fled in
ignominy.
Now, however, that was an-
other history as we drove up
Ifland Strasse to Ise Ring, fol-
lowed the Mittlerer Ring and
finally found ourselves on Da-
chauer Strasse heading towards
that medieval town.
But the roads were heavy with
modern traffic, and on either
side was all the evidence of a
city well-heeled. Farther out,
the landscape thinned, and after
25 kilometers, we saw the KZ
(Konzentrationslaager con-
centration camp), sign right too
late and passed it.
WE MADE an illegal U-turn
and stopped to ask a gas attend-
ant where the KZ was. He mut-
tered an unfriendly direction in
his thick Bavarian accent, and
we took off to the sign "Gedenk-
staette" (memorial site). A bare
road led us to a parking area
just outside the barbed wire of
the camp.
My friend and I pulled up
chine gun-manned, there .
two sections of oblong-number-
ed areas where the barracks
housing the inmates used to be.
ON THE right, as we moved
in, was a moat, now a dry ditch
with patches of snow, which
separated the field from the
fence shielded by trees. They
were bare of foliage in the
winter and hardly shielded the
camp of whose activities people
used to say, we didn't know
what was happening.
A plaque, somehow aged and
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Memorial statue in honor of dead and reminder to living.
almost simultaneously with an-
other car driven by a German,
and when we got out together,
I asked him if he were visiting
the city, and he said he was
from Munich. He was about 45,
and I asked what he thought
of Dachau and its times. He
called it a "dirty history."
I said as we stood there in
the biting winter cold where
likely, hundreds of "Kazettlings"
(inmates) must have marched
into the camp and their ulti-
mate death that this would
never happen again.
THE MAN, said shrugging,
"Who knows? The Nazis will
come again because there is so
much 'communismus' in the
country." He cited the Bader-
Meinhof gang, and I said they
were anarchists not commun-
ists, and the man said, no, they
are communists and that the
high schools were full of Reds.
His words had the smell of
Hitler again and they depress-
ed me. My friend and I walked
past the barbed wire, and I
could almost visualize the gaunt,
sickened faces and clawlike
fingers pressed to and gripping
the interstices.
Ahead were some buildings;
one was a museum ,and inside
a sleepy guard in a green uni-
form sat at the door. We didn't
stay long, the effect of putting
such things together was not
real, and we moved into the
long and wide field where, flank-
ed by watch-towers once ma-
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*Jewistinr#iciiar
Page 5-D
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ageless, said, "Plus Jamais, Nie
Wieder, Never Again," and the
same, I guessed, in Russian
which I couldn't read.
Two young men passed our
way and turned out to be Aus-
tralians on their way to Inns-
bruck for the Olympjcs. I stop-
ped briefly to talk to them. Da-
chau was before their time, and
they were at a loss for words
and one could only mutter,
"what a horrible mess."
ONCE AGAIN, I surveyed the
field and invoked from my own
memory and experience in the
time, the rows of barracks, the
guttural German commands, the
frenetic activity for those still
then among the living.
At the opposite end of the
field, were three monuments
Protestant, Catholic and Jewish
symbolic of the religion of
all the people who were anni-
hilated there. Some nuns, who
stODDed to pray over one bar-
racks site, moved in the Cath-
olic memorial which had a
church in the rear.
It was called Heilige Blut
(holy blood). I and my friend,
a non-Jew, stopped before the

Writer at entrance to Concentration Camp.
Jewish memorial, built in 1965,
for a quick moment, not as
much in prayer as in recall. We
moved on past another moat
and met two young men coming
our way, dressed in winter sport
clothing.
I stopped them, too, and ask-
ed where they were from. Nor-
way, one said, and I asked what
they thought of the camp. "Gro-
tesque," one said. We talked
very briefly and went our sep-
arate ways, they away from the
crematoria and we towards
them.
BUT THE word "grotesque"
rang in my ears. My friend and
I passed the "Grave of the Ten
Thousand Unknown," to an area
once used as a shooting range
and where executions were per-
formed. In back of the range
was the blood ditch. Turning
around again and surveying the
area, it was all so difficult to
believe. The surroundings wen
now so bland, even Christmasy.
with the snow.
The term, "moving." which a
woman used about the memo-
rial as she left, hardly began to
reach the enormity of the bes-
tiality. It escaped comprehen-
sion as though momentarily it
would be necessary for the jack-
booted Nazi janissaries to come
out of that history commanding
respect for their reality.
Nevertheless, a religious state-
Continued on Page 14-D
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Friday, April i6, i976
Egypt Invests in Husky Rebirth
By JANE and LEE K-THORPE
Eighty miles of desert sand
separate the crowded streets of
Cairo from Suez City, and all
along the way are military en-
campments. We see radar in-
stallations, missile launching
pads, military vehicles and ma-
teriel from our bus windows,
and occasionally the turbaned
heads of soldiers in the bunkers
come into view.
We are all reporting at rapid-
fire rate into our tape record-
ers on what we see, and there
is a hum of voices in the bus.
Our cameras are out of sight in
the overhead luggage rack; we
have been warned not to take
any pictures along this road.
WE ARE part of a group of
32 American journalists attend-
ing an Editorial Conference on
the Middle East, and we are
traveling the highway to Suez
City, Egypt's new community
rising out of the debris and
wreckage of its 1967 war with
the Israelisthis is the new city
that is Egypt's assurance of its
hopes for peace.
And it is, indeed, reasonable
to believe that Egypt would not
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EDITOR'S NOTE: Jane and Lee K-Thorpe last year
went on a newsmen's tour of the Middle East, in- j
eluding several Arab countries. In this report they j
discuss "Egypt Post-Yom Kippur"
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give Its "Numtjer One Priorrty-
to rebuilding Suez (as we had
been told it does by John Craig,
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Embassy in Cairo) with the
knowledge that this vulnerable
city could again be destroyed in
yet another war.
But we observe that Egypt's
commitment is prudently back-
ed up by all these many miles
of military installation and mis-
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here and Cairo.
THERE IS, agreed, a huge in-
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most hopeful signs we have
noted so far in all of our many
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We trek through the rubble
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leads us to a shed protected
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"Jmlstl fhridHnrt
Egypt's Husky Rebirth
Continued from Preceding Page
tag" structures where they are
working, fitting wood frames in-
to windows, sifting sand through
screens for mixing, pushing
wheelbarrows full of gravel
along the walkways.
The buildings here, despite
their misleading designation
are considered "top of the line."
The workers have obviously
been at the site for a while; their
sunburned skin is the color of
dark copper.
THEY WAVE to us, stopping
work, smiling at us, inviting us
to photograph them. It's clear
that picture-taking is permitted
here; in fact, it is actively en-
couraged. The Egyptians are
very proud of the Suez develop-
ment project.
"Low Cost Housing," less at-
tractive than the Economy
Housing, provides for elongated
common-wall structures of ce-
ment block, one story high, with
subdivisions of very small two
and three-room apartments.
Small, high windows keep the
rooms dark, and keep out the
intense heat. I have a mental
image of the crowded families
that will live here.
EGYPT'S MINISTER of Pub-
lic Welfare, Dr. Aisha Rateb,
has told us she looks forward
to the time when electricity Is
brought to every village in
Egypt, and with it television and
radio. She says that only then
will the nation's family planning
centers be successful in bring-
ing down the birth rate in this
alarmingly overpopulated coun-
try.
"Farm Workers' Housing,"
at the bottom of the scale in
Suez, is similar to Low Cost
Housing. It is being built a short
distance away in two farm vil-
lages that together will house
about 8,000 persons. Each farm-
ing family will live in a small
three-room unit. People will
work on farm collectives outside
the communal housing area.
Page 7-D
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Also planned in Suez are
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with golf courses, tennis courts,
swimming pools and water sport
facilities that Egypt hopes will
make the area a popular tourist
spot. A prototype of this kind
of palatial "Palm Springs" kind
of splendor is the newly opened
Mena House in Oberoi, near the
foot of the Pyramids.
LEAVING SUEZ now, we pass
through the old harbor city.
Here over 6,000 houses have
been bombed beyond repair
Continued on Page 10-D
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CORAL GABLES
448-6826
A Happy Passover To All
WEDGEWOOD
CABINET CO.
Engineering & Design by Ed
Garfinkel & Assoc.Custom
Mica & Wood Cabinets for
Homes and Offices
New Installations &
Remodeling
BankAmericard-Master Charge
9095 S.W. 87 AVENUE
595-6050
BAGEL BOY BAKERY
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A HAPPY PESACH
1660 ALTON ROAD
534-3779
CY'S DRY CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY, INC.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
510 WEST 28 STREET
887-9441
Passover Greetings
THE VISTA LITE
COMPANY
445 WEST 26th STREET
HIALEAH 33012
A Happy Passover To All
Courtyard Inn
2451 BRICKELL AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
858-5770
Passover
Best
Wishes
LE JEUNE
AMERICAN
433 N.W. LE JEUNE ROAD
MIAMI 33126
Phone 649-3505
May peace
be yours
during this
Pesach holiday.
Compliments of
MR. C.W. PRICE
Best Wishes for a Happy Holiday
PRINCETON 33030


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+-Je*lstfk>rkMar
On Jan. 5, a group of 24 Ro-
nan Catholic, Protestant and
Jewish women lay and profes-
sional leaders left for a 17-day
study tour of the Middle East.
We went to meet women, to
express our strong commitment
to peace and justice for all the
people of the area, the survival
and security of the State of Is-
rael, and the right of the Pales-
tinian people to self-determina-
tion.
We wanted to learn more
about the women of these coun-
tries, to hear their hopes and
aspirations, and exchange views
about the role that women can
play in bringing about our
shared goals.
4 WOMAN'S VIEW
Interfaith Group
Seeks Justice For
All in Mideast
By INGE LEDERER GIBEL
.'t'l'i.....BMMMMMI i'iui'11 i"u
The tour was co-sponsored
by the Leadership Conference
of Women Religious (Roman
Catholic), United Presbyterian
Women and the American Jew-
ish Committee, in cooperation
with the Division of Overseas
Ministries of the National Coun-
cil of Churches. Its co-leaders
were Ms. Sarah Cunningham,
editor of "Concern," a Presby-
terian women's journal; Sister
Ann Patrick Ware, associate
director of the Commission on
Faith and Order of the Nation-
al Council of Churches, and this
writer.
PARTICIPANTS were drawn
from a New York-based dia-
logue group on the Middle East
reflecting a wide diversity not
only of religious backgrounds
but of political and social orien-
EDITOR'S NOTE: The author
is program specialist for
Interreligious Affairs of
the American Jewish Com-
mittee
tation as well. Tour participants
from other parts of the United
States and Canada reflected the
same diversity.
Egypt and its people had a
strong and highly positive im-
pact on the group. In meetings
with women active in that na-
tion's political life, including
Aisha Rateb, the only woman
in the Egyptian Cabinet, we
were impressed with programs
being conducted in family plan-
ning, community development,
combatting illiteracy and other
areas of health, education and
welfare.
Many of these women, and
Dr. Tahseen Beshir, official
spokesman for President An-
war Sadat, expressed to the
Christian and Jewish tour par-
ticipants their sincere desire for
peace, if not yet friendship with
Israel.
A JOURNEY to the city of
Suez, being rebuilt at a fantastic
rate, with hundreds of new
housing units completed each
day, underscored that convic-
tion. Everywhere we went, and
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SKYLAKE
COUNTRY CLUB
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DOTSON
TIRE CO.
900 S.W. 8th STREET, MIAMI 33130
Telephone 858-2446
A Happy Passover To AU Of You
From AU Of Us
THAL BROS.
EPICURE
MARKET
L
1656 ALTON ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
672-1861
everyone we talked with, re-
peated to us a version of Dr.
Beshir's comment: that Egypt
desperately wants to use her
resources for nation-building
and not war, and an underlying
commitment that if Israel would
withdraw to the pre-1967 bor-
ders and accept a Palestinian
state on the West Bank and in
Gaza, peace, and even one day,
normal relations, would be a
reality.
Meetings with Egyptian Jews
a sad, elderly, and drastical-
ly diminished community, but
seemingly free to worship and
live free of terror included a
Shabbat service and served as
poignant reminders of the great
human cost of the Middle East
conflict beyond the battlefields.
The reaction of the Egyptians
we met to our interreligious
and outspoken group, whether
while lighting Shabbat candles
in our Cairo dining room, or in
random conversations with
young and old in streets, mu-
seums and hotel lobbies, was
always warm and friendly.
Continued on Following Page
CENTRAL
TAXI SERVICE
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Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
1753 ALTON ROAD
534-5388
DiFRANCO
BEAUTY SALON
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
411 -41st STREET
531-5233
CAWY BOTTLING
CORP.
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
2440 N.W. 21 TERRACE
6344669
PHIL DAVIS
MEN'S SHOP
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Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
DIPLOMAT MALL
HALLANDALE, FLA
920-2370

Friday, April 16, 1976
pra.
LOUIS
CUTTING SERVICE
2291 N.W. 20th STREET
MIAMI 33142
Phone 633-0220
Our
Best Wishes
for a
Joyous
Holiday
LILLIE RUBIN
AFFILIATES
1037 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH 33139
A.B.C. STAPLE CO.
6921 N.W. 77th TERRACE
MIAMI 33166
Telephone 885-8741


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Justice in Mideast
Continued from Preceding Page
Though poor, they are a proud
people, not in the least arro-
gant, aware of their ancient cul-
ture, and convinced they are
moving forward.
' OUR SYRIAN experience was
shorter and sadder. The Syrian
Women's Union, our hostess
group, an arm of the ruling
Baath Party, gave us little free-
dom to roam on our own and
an exceedingly rigid political
line of no compromise nor ac-
ceptance of Israel.
At the state-run School for the
Children of the Martyrs, in Da-
mascus, we were shocked and
saddened to discover children
of Palestinian and Golan Heights
fathers killed in military en-
counters with Israelis, being
raised to think of themselves
as children of the state, sworn
to vengeance.
One teenage boy, visited in
his classroom, was asked what
message he would like to send
to an Israeli boy whose father
had been killed by Arabs. He
replied, "Tell them to get off
our land and go back to Amer-
ica, Russia and Europe."
THE REQUESTS we had
made to meet with Syrian Jews
were ignored. Nevertheless, we
found our way to the Jewish
quarter and entered some shops
there. In one, after some pur-
chases had been made, and only
three of the Jewish women re-
mained, the owner, spotting a
"Chai" locket, said in French,
"I am an Israelite."
Our response, that we were
also Jewish, lit up the face of
his young assistant. The older
man, lifting his hat to the sky,
half shouted "Shalom l'Yisrael,"
and tearfully presented us with
gifts, "to remember me." We
were afraid to go any further,
or spend more time, lest we
cause problems for this be-
leaguered community. But we
asked that he convey to his fel-
low Jews our love and concern,
to assure them they are not for-
gotten.
In Jordan and in Israel we
met Palestinians who impressed
us that their longing for self-
determination in their own land
was as real, even though of
more recent vintage, as that of
the Jewish people. Although the
rhetoric was sometimes ada-
mant, we felt, overwhelmingly,
that these people realize that
Israel is a reality, for now and
the future, and that they would
be willing to settle for a state
of their own, alongside the Jew-
ish State, but would remain the
source of Middle East ferment
until a solution which recog-
nizes their strong sense of
unique identity had been found.
ISRAEL, the only real dem-
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STEAK-SEAFOOD-PRIME RIBS
12605 BISCAYNE BLVD., NORTH MIAMI
Tel. 758-5584
Passover Greetings
EMIL'S RADIATOR SERVICE
1042 EAST 43rd STREET
HIALEAH 33013
Tel. 688-4764
A Happy Passover To All
GRAY LINE SIGHTSEEING TOURS, INC
450 SUNNY ISLES BLVD., MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
Phone 944-4376
Passover Greetings
ORNAN ENTERPRISES INC.
3708 N.W. 82nd STREET
MIAMI 33147
ocracy in the area, presented
the group with the widest range
of freely expressed positions,
officially and unofficially. We
heard there from a group of
prominent Jewish women gath-
ered together to meet us at a
reception given by Leah Rabin,
wife of the Premier, and from
Knesset members including Es-
ther Herlitz, Marcia Freedman,
Ora Namir and Shoshana Ara-
belli-Almozlino, and Rabbi Jack
Cohen and Israel Prize winner
Aryeh Simon. But whether it
was an Auschwitz survivor tell-
ing us her story at Yad Vashem,
a North African Jewish woman
of Beit Shean telling us that
peace is the most important
thing, or a prominent Israeli
Arab in Nazareth describing her
concern, during the war, for
"my friend, Esther, in the next
street, and Fatimah, in Jordan,"
we left the Middle East con-
vinced that people on all sides,
with all their unmeasurable pain
and all their unfulfilled hopes,
want an end to the bloodshed
and are willing to compromise
to achieve real peace.
We believe women have a
special role to play in bringing
this goal to fruition, and will
be developing several projects
designed to increase dialogue
this year, not onlv among Chris-
tians and Jews, but also among
Arabs and Israelis.
GABLES
HEALTH MART
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
1426 PONCE DE LEON BLVD.
448-3441
SUNSHINE
RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
6801 S.W. 40 STREET
665-1704
LINDY'S RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
2118 N.W. 13 AVENUE
325-0431
GABLES APOTHECARY
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
479 BILTMORE WAY
448-1683
MANY'S II
RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
417 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD
532-1045
Happy Holiday to All of You
From All of Us at
FRANK BOULTON DATSUN
15551 WEST DIXIE HIGHWAY
NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
Telephone 944-1458
A Happy Passover To All
JAMAICA INN
A delightfully different
Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge,
surrounding an exotic garden in a
romantic tropical island setting
MAKE IT A MUST-DO IT TO-NIGHT
320 CRANDON BLVD., KEY BISCAYNE
Telephone 361-5481
A Happy Passover To All
DOMINICANA
AIRLINES
THE ONLY AIRLINE THAT FLIES DAILY
NON-STOP TO SANTO DOMINGO
1444 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33132
Main Office 358-6471
For Reservations Call 358-5355 and 358-5356
i
Happy
Passover
J&D
Sportswear Inc.
848 WEST 18th STREET
HIALEAH 33010
Phone 8854042
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Friday, April 16, 1976
Husky
Rebirth
Continued from Page 7-D
walls sloping to the ground,
shell holes perforating every
surface. Some 20,000 buildings
that have been damaged less
severely have been partially or
fully rebuilt, and it is in these,
among the rubble and stones,
that the returned refugees of
Suez, plus all of the "temporary"
construction workers and their
families, are living.
The occupied buildings are
easy to identify, although from
a oils window they seem as un-
safe for living as the deserted
ones. Blankets and rugs hang
over the crumpled ornamental
iron balconies, and the red-tiled
roofs show broken, gaping holes.
The influence of French archi-
tectural design is everywhere.
Back in the heavy traffic of
Cairo we pass the low ochre-
colored mausoleums of the City
of the Dead and see that here,
too, some people make their
homes. Children play among the
tombs, and we can see a stray
donkey pulling a can along the
long dry cemetery roads.
THERE IS also much new
buildiag in Caironew apart-
ment buildings mix with beau-
tiful older homes on the quiet
residential streets. But most of
the buildings that are of older
vintage show signs of neglect
due, we are told, to strict gov-
ernment rent controls that make
it impossible for owners to keep
^
Billboard on site of construction of the new Suez City.
Left is President Anwar Sadat, of Egypt. Right is King
Faisal, of Saudi Arabia, who has since been assassinated.
them in repair. They are, of
course, over-occupied as well;
Egypt's population has risen by
one third in the last IS years.
This is a phenomenal rate, and
it is still growing.
So fast, in fact, is the popu-
lation of this country growing
that neither the government nor
private agencies can keep up
with it in providing public serv-
ices. Now there are 37,000,000
people everywhere, lining up at
stores, waiting in front of res-
taurants and crowding into
buses, even hanging on outside
the buses, clinging to bumpers,
windows and fenders as they go
by.
People elbow each other at
cases in the Cairo Museum to
see the treasures of Tutank-
hamen's tomb and the fabulous
FISHERY & BEEFERY RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
19401 COLLINS AVENUE
PHONE 932-2323
THE LEMON TREE RESTAURANT NO. II, INC.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
1925 N.E. 163rd STREET
949-44929
FOUR FREEDOMS HOUSE
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
3800 COLLINS AVENUE
PHONE 673-8425
FABULOUS DIAMONDS
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
655 N.W. 57 AVENUE
264-2772
CANTON OF WESTCHESTER RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
25001 S.W. 87 AVENUE
552-5292
CENTRAL BOULEVARD BAKERY
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
9815 N.W. 7th AVENUE
758-0144
LA GLACE DANISH BAKERY, INC.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
5612 SUNSET DRIVE
PHONE 666-9701
LA BOULANGERIA FRENCH BAKERY SHOP
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
7431 DADELAND MALL
665-3464
jewels of the pharaohs; they
queue up to use the telephones;
they crowd into elevators, chil-
dren riding sideways on their
parents' shoulders, one leg in
front and one in backwhich
seems to be the custom.
ALMOST ALL night long in
Cairo we can hear the noise of
traffic in the streets as taxis,
operating for only a few piasters
a mileagain, due to govern-
ment controlsbicycles, donkey
cards and trucks sounding their
horns go past beneath our city-
side windows at the Nile Hil-
ton. Even on the hotel's river-
side, our friends tell us, the traf-
fic can be heard.
Durine the day the policemen
are somehow able to control
their frustrations as they try
with whistles and wide gestures
to control, from their raised ga-'
Continued on Following Page
WILHITE TOBACCO
COMPANY
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
2655 N.E. 188 STREET
931-1124
BEST WISHES TO
OUR FRIENDS FOR
THE HOLIDAY SEASON
FEATURE TRIM
MR. GEORGE'S
UNISEX HAIRSTYLING
FOR MEN & WOMEN
Featuring All the Latest
European Styles Including
Layers
OPEN 9 AM 7 PM
20408 OLD CUTLER ROAD
FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL
235-9806
HAPPY PASSOVER TO
ALL OF YOU
FROM ALL OF US AT
AMERICAN
EXPRESS
COMPANY
TRAVEL DIVISION
1735 N.E. 163 STREET
N. Miami Beach, Fla. 33162
(305) 945-0835
JEAN-CLAUDE H. LANAU
District Travel Mgr.
DO YOU HAVE A HEARING PROBLEM?
OR DO YOU HAVE A PROBLEM WITH YOUR PRESENT AID?
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Free Hearing Test Appointments Advisable
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Battery Contacts and Terminals Polished
Battery Compartment Cleaned
Instrument Case Cleaned
ALL BRANDS OF HEARING AIDS AVAILABLE
REPAIRS ON ALL HEARING AIDS
ALL SIZES OF FRESH HEARING AID BATTERIES
AT REASONABLE COST
"THE AVENTURA HEARING AID CENTER"
A. J. Savarteri, B.Sc. Certified Hearing Aid Specialist
located in
"THE AVENTURA MEDICAL CENTER"
2956 AVENTURA BLVD., NO. MIAMI BEACH 931-4211
Aventura Shopping Center next to Flagship Bank
Entrance Biscayne Blvd., 199 Street
Happy Holiday to All of You
From All of Us at
SONY
SERVICE CENTER
4230 N.W. 128 STREET, OPA-LOCKA
Tel. 685-7586
May the significance
of Passover,
the Festival of Freedom,
find expression
in human liberty
for all the world.
FRIENDLY FORD
2198 N.E. 163rd STREET
NORTH MIAMI BEACH 33162
CANTOR'S CANDY, TOBACCO,
& WHOLESALE GROCERY CO., INC.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
2041 N.W. 12 AVENUE PHONE 324-4414
DINTY MOORE'S RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
1295 E. HALLANDALE BEACH BLVD.
949-2524
MARGIT FROM COOPER'S RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
6505 BIRD ROAD
PHONE 661-9303
DOROTHY'S DINING ROOM AND CATERING
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
6445 N.E. 7th AVENUE
754-2885
BEE ELECTRIC & ACE SUPPLY
MR. AL & ETAK
1201 NORTH STATE ROAD 7 1-987-0872
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+Jewist> ncrkUar
Page 11-D
Egypt's Husky Rebirth
Continued from Preceding Page
Izebos on the corners of the
[streets, the heavy traffic. Their
I uniforms are strikingall black
[with conspicuously striped black
and white oversleeves pulled up
lover their elbows.
Lee and I, big-city people,
I both of us, find ourselves stun-
ned and exceed by the surging
masses of people all around us.
I How many are Jews, we won-
der?
WE LATER learn from His
Excellency Dr. Kamam Abul-
magd, Minister of Information
(and we find it almost incred-
ible), that of the 85,000 to 100,-
000 Jews who lived in Egypt be-
fore the middle forties, only 500
remain; 350 in Cairo and 150 in
Alexandria. Most of these are
elderly people; the others have
all emigrated to Israel, America,
Europe and France, in particu-
lar, with a few going to other
countries.
Egypt gives its citizens full
religious freedom, Dr. Abulmagd
tells us, and then explains that
the concept of religious freedom
is different in Egypt than in
America.
'In Egypt," he says, "each
religious community resolves its
own problems of theology and
personal affairs (such as inter-
marriage, so that we do not have
the same fear of assimilation
that you and other countries
do."
ONLY ONE synagogue in
Cairo remains open now for
services, in the downtown sec-
tion of the city. We visit it and
find the caretaker and a young
American rabbi, Baruch Helman
of Massachusetts, who is at-
tempting to persuade the Egyp-
tian government to use money
VILLAGE FLORIST
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
925 PALM AVENUE
885-3231
Passover Greetings To The
Jewish Community
AUGUSTINE
APOTHECARY, INC.
3661 SOUTH MIAMI AVE.
Phone 854-5451
COLLINS
AMOCO STATION
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
1402 COLLINS AVENUE
538-1486
AGOSTINO'S
ITALIAN RESTAURANT
Under the Management of
Chef Ralmondo of
Ralmondo's Restaurant
in Miami
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
6970 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone 866-6147
left by the refugee Jewsstill
held in trust to restore the
synagogues. He is also working
with the Ministry of Tourism to
encourage Jews from America
and elsewhere to visit Egypt.
Both the caretaker and Rabbi
Helman show us the syna-
gogue's deteriorating but still
lovely old sanctuary, where we
meet an elderly Polish woman,
a member of the congregation,
whose family left Egypt years
ago. We are asked by all three
not to take pictures of the syna-
gogue's exterior for fear of "at-
tracting attention to it," only the
interior "where it is safe." Our
inquiries afterward at the U.S.
Embassy and at a press sym-
posium with Egyptian ministry
officials fail to explain the rea-
son for this caution.
IN THE evening, at the Omai
Khayyam riverboat restaurant
on the Nile, no such caution
about Jewish identification is
shown by a partying group of
Jews at a long table near us.
For them, the orchestra plays a
medley from "Fiddler on the
Roof" and then the familiar
"Hava Nagila" and the hora
has never been more enthusi-
astically danced. A good num-
ber of us U.S. journalists, too,
put down our tape recorders
and our reserve and happily
join the circleeven a few of
the one-third of us who are not
Jewish.
Our group is the guest of his
Excellency Adel Taher, Under-
secretary of the Ministry of
Tourism. Also present and film-
ing all of it, hora dancers and
belly dancers alike, is an
American (NBC) television crew
at work on a "special" on tour-
ism in Egypt for Barbara
Walters' "Today" show.
The truth is often not an easy
thing to find. Are we seeing a
company called out of Centra'
Castingor is this the way It
really is?
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RYDER
TRUCK RENTALS
3600 N.W. 82nd AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33166
Phone 593-3020
FLORIDA PHYSICIANS APOTHECARY
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
9580 BIRD ROAD
226-4885
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
DEL MONTE BANANA CO.
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL .
SCOTTI MUFFLER CENTERS INC.
1241 N.E. 2nd AVENUE, MIAMI 358-0065
5520 N.W. 27th AVENUE, MIAMI 634-2779
DUNAN BRICK YARDS, INC.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
1001 S E 11th STREET HIALEAH, FLORIDA
Phone 887-1525
EXPRESSWAY CARPET SALES, INC.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
660 N.W. 85th STREET
PHONE 757-1591
IMPERIAL GARDENS RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
8727 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY
6664111
ELDORADO RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
2499 S.W. 8 STREET
642-9165
GOLDEN BUDDHA CHINESE RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
12395 BISCAYNE BLVD.
PHONE 891-3399
A Happy Passover To All
Development Corp.
Of America
2514 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD, HOLLYWOOD
Phone 920-6600
FAIRLANES FLORIDA BOWLING, INC.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
1500 DOUGLAS ROAD
PHONE 443-4228
FLORIDA CULTURAL AND HUMANITARIAN
SOCIETY, INC.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
860 S.W. 1 st STREET Phone 545-6516
ALEXANDER & ALEXANDER INSURANCE
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
51 S.W. Le JEUNE ROAD
PHONE 445-3621
FOX'S SHERRON INN
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
6030 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY
PHONE 666-2230
GREEN DOLPHIN RESTAURANT AT MIAMARINA
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
301 N.E. MIAMARINA PARKWAY
PHONE 371-6433
LAS BRISAS DE LAS AMERICAS RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
332 LINCOLN ROAD
534-8588
GREENLEAF & CROSBY
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
9700 COLLINS AVENUE
PHONE 865-8683
BEN GREENE DENTAL LAB
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
420 LINCOLN ROAD
538-5566
GREENHOUSE RESTAURANT
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A Very Happy Passover
3159 COMMODORE PLAZA
444-6479
HUD'S BAR AND RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
18315 WEST DIXIE HIGHWAY
931-9313
HARBOUR HOUSE SOUTH RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
10275 COLLINS AVENUE
864-2251
HOWARD JOHNSON'S RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
4000 ALTON ROAD
PHONE 534-3292


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Mass reburial of bones and ash from desecrated cemetery on Mount of Olives.
Jewish Holy Places
Continued from Page 1-D
with Herodian walls which was
converted in its last phase into
a mosque and was therefore in-
accessible to both Jews and
Christians for centuries.
"INFIDELS" were allowed to
ascend to the seventh step of
the entrance, but there is evi-
dence that in the late Middle
Ages there was a synagogue
next to the mosque. After 1967
this site became a focus for pil-
grimage and special hours are
set aside for non-Muslim vis-
itors.
The traditional tomb of Rachel
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
HY UCHITEL'S THE PLACE FOR STEAK
and HARBOR LOUNGE
1335 79th Street Causeway
NICK AND ARTHUR'S RESTAURANT
1601 79th Street Causeway
A HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL OF YOU
FROM ALL OF US AT
MINNA LEE
252 MIRACLE MILE
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
WILLOW IN THE GROVE
FLOWERS, GIFTS AND GREENERY
2829 BIRD ROAD, COCONUT GROVE
422-4795
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
ATLANTIS JEWELRY INC.
2220 NORTHEAST 123rd STREET
"A LARGE SELECTION OF GIFTS ATTRACTIVELY PRICED
FOR THE HOLIDAYS"
COME IN AND BROWSE AROUND
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
HOLIDAY SPA & BATH CORP.
12884 S.W. 87th AVENUE, MIAMI
TEL. 235-0732
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
PAULA & JOEL LEVY
RANSOM-EVERGLADES SCHOOL
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
3575 MAIN HIGHWAY 444-7647
is near Bethlehem, while that
of her son Joseph is in She-
chem. In Haifa the cave of Eli-
jah, where according to tradi-
tion the prophet hid, is consid-
ered holy and a place for pil-
grimage.
Most of the graves visited by
pilgrims are in Galilee, because
most of the rabbis of the Tal-
mud lived and taught there.
Particularly important is the
town of Meron where Simeon
b. Yohai and his son Eleazar
are reputedly buried.
EXTENSIVE popular celebra-
tions take place there on Lag
Ba-Omer and a kind of cult has
grown up around the grave.
Hillel and Shammai, among
others, are also believed to be
buried in Meron.
Safad and Tiberias are very
important centers for pilgrims
to the graves of famous scho-
lars. In Safed are the reputed
graves of Shemaiah and Avta-
lion, Phinehas b. Jair, R. Joseph
Cam, the kabbalists Isaac Lu-
na, Moses Cordovero, and Solo-
mon Alkabez, as well as many
later scholar^ saints, and hasi-
dic zaddikim.
Tiberias was a center of rab-
binic activity in talmudic times,
and the graves of the tannaim
Akiva, Meir, Johanan b. Zakkai,
and Eliezer b. Hyrcanus and
those of the amoraim Ammi and
Assi as well as of Maimonides,
and Isaiah Horowitz are fre-
quently visited.
Passover Greetings
PLANETHAIRIUM
UNISEX
HAIRSTYLIST
Expert Hair Stylists
Especially For You
LONG HAIR CUT SHAG
LAYER SCISSORS CUT
BY APPOINTMENT
Open From 10 to 6
2514 CORAL WAY
856-6532
Florida Gift Shop
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
Barton's Passover Candy
6701 COLLINS AVENUE
6701 COLINS AVENUE
864-4531
DAVE'S GREYHOUND SUPPLIES
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
2618 WEST 3rd AVENUE, HIALEAH
Telephone 888-0874
DICTAPHONE CORPORATION
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
15332 N.W. 7th AVENUE
681-8528
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
EXTENDS PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY
18158 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
652-7621
MR. & MRS. MANNY ALSTER
EXTEND TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS
A HAPPY PASSOVER
BABY BORROW, INC.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
18338 WEST DIXIE HIGHWAY
PH. 7311772
CRESCENT FRAMING COMPANY
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
1922 N.E. 151 STREET
949-3002
CASTLE HARBOR SAILBOAT RENTALS
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
DINNER KEY MARINA SOUTH BULKHEAD
Phone 858-3212
DADE RESTAURANT REPAIR SHOP
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
2319 N.W. 7th AVENUE
Phone 573-6888
BEACH BAGEL BAKERIES, INC.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
1019-5th STREET
672-0126
BAYSHORE GOLF CLUB AND RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
2301 ALTON ROAD
Phone 534-5190
BRICKELL BRIDGE RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
550 BRICKELL AVENUE
373-4213
CARINO'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
10760 BISCAYNE BLVD.
893-3971
FLORIDA TENT RENTAL, INC.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
3573 EAST 10 COURT
696-3821
FLORIDA LACE & BRAID COMPANY, INC.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
565-575 N.W. 24th STREET
5734020


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This sign now appears outside the holy places of all religions in the State
of Israel. Jordanian forces occupying these sites and territories were ruth-
less in their acts of desecration.
Happy Holiday to All of You
From All of Us at
SHERBA BROS. INC.
1440 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
Telephone 945-6421
A Happy Passover To All
MANSENE'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT
STEAK & SEAFOOD
SERVING GREATER MIAMI OVER 30 YEARS
291 N.W. 37th AVENUE, MIAMI
649-4111 or 642-9089
MY PHARMACY
LOW PRICES FRIENDLY STORE
Conl Ptric 9721 S.W. St.
PhoM 221-0353
CutUr Ridga-20217 So. Dixi. Hwy.
PheiM 235-4731
MtoUab-ISSO W. M Sfr~
Pfcon. 123-34*1
BH.r B.y -13145 S.W. B9
Phont 253-3811
WESTWARD HO
RESTAURANTS
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
7241 Did.l.nd Blvd. 6658183
?835 S.W. 8 Slr..t 444-3200]
20119 S. DWl Hwy. 238-8484
1553 Cor.l W.y 244-717*
SERVICE IS OUR FIRST CONCERN
BUICK AND OPEL AUTHORIZED SALES AND SERVICE
ONE OF FLORIDA'S LARGEST BUICK DEALERS
WILLIAM LEHMAN BUICK INC
2269 N.E. 163 STREET, NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Telephone 945-4201
Fashion Fabrics
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
2240 PONCE DE LEON (1 block south of Miracle Mile)
Large Selection of Silks and Unusual Hard-to-Find
Fabrics From Famous Imported Mills!
EVERY FABRIC FOR WEDDINGS
AND BAR MITZVAHS
FOR INTRODUCTORY DISCOUNT ASK FOR CARMEN BREY
LAY AWAY PLAN MASTER-CHARGE
448-7970 446-7345
A Happy Passover To All
Cancellations
Unlimited -
MORE THAN 10,000 PAIRS OF SHOES
FROM WHICH TO CHOOSE
9484 HARDING AVENUE SURFSIDE
A Happy Passover To All
ALLIED GLASS CORPORATION
Glass and Aluminum Construction
7286 N.W. 54th STREET, MIAMI
888-2406
A Happy Passover from the Staff of
TOTAL-CARE HOME HEALTH
AGENCY, INC.
4500 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD (HELLER BLDG.)
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33137
Phone 576-2525
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
BAGEL NOSH
12480 BISCAYNE BLVD., MIAMI
2221 N.W. 40th AVE., STATE ROAD 7, LAUDERHILL, FLA.
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
OCEAN ELECTRIC COMPANY
741 5th STREET, MIAMI BEACH
TELEPHONE 672-7233


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Plaque commemorating medieval and "cultural" origin
of the City of Dachau.
Memorial sculpture inside camp.
Photos illustrating Jack
Siegel's report are by
Sue Brown.
KITTYS FLORIST
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
8447 S.W. 24 STREET
264-6244
A Happy Passover To All
BOND TRANSFER,
INC.
BOND MOVING
IS SAFE MOVING
2160 N.W. 8th AVE., MIAMI
32441300
JOAN'S GALLERY
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
10442 S.W. 186 STREET
232-1653
FAUST ROOFING,
INC
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
7801 S.W. 48 PUCE
445-5891
A Happy Passover To All
MURRAY DACKS
Feinberg Family
Extend To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
2574 CORAL WAY
856-5353
COLES FLORIST
s
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
1770 N.W. 23 STREET
63341121
GRANDMA'S
RECEIPTS, INC.
Extend To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
12505 NORTH KENDALL DR.
595-1339
Germans Would Like to Forget Dachau
Continued from Page S-D
ment stood in defense of the
truth: "But the souls of the
righteous are as the hand of
God and there shall no torment
touch them." Now ahead were
the crematoria and we advanced
towards them, I with some dis-
taste, and my friend with a kind
of professional eagerness to
record its details as well as ab-
sorb it for the first time as a
phenomenon which had occur-
red before her birthdate.
The "Brausebad" (shower),
which was used as a decoy to
get inmates to enter, ultimately
to be gassed, was just a bare
room. Further in were the ovens
themselves, standing there so
benignly as though they once
had baked bread.
OVERHEAD were solid beams
with hanging cord where, -1
learned for the first time, some
inmates were hung to death,
perhaps simultaneously with the
burning of others. The clatter
of wooden boots suddenly sound-
ed echoingly, and for a frighten-
ing moment I thought it was
the SS coming, but it was just
the police guard having a look
around.
There were faint scratchings
on the wall, and I didn't bother
to read them because I knew
what they would say. The cam-
era clicked repeatedly, and I
tried to personalize this, in the
Germany I knew after the war
as a soldier, in the memory of
two of my late wife's sisters,
one of whom was killed in
Auschwitz.
I BECAME impatient and
wanted to leave, uncomfortable
and frightened in the square,
bare block buildings, but I had
to wait until the pictures were
ARTHUR'S
HAIR STYLISTS
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
1029 KANE CONCOURSE
864-1714
STRIEGEL'S
BAKERY
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
1665 WEST 49 STREET
HIALEAH, FLORIDA
823-5182
COOKY'S
RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
17004 COLLINS AVENUE
949-2165
THE CARVERY
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
14965 SOUTH DIXIE HWY.
2534)199
taken. The interest superseded
my needs, although I asked for
one special shot.
Outside, there were now two
German guards, one young, one
older, a Czech. We talked, and
the Czech said he had been a
Continued on Following Page
VILLAGE
BAKE SHOP
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
8281 S.W. 124 STREET
238-1961
PAGLIACCI
RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
1700-79 STREET CAUSEWAY
868-8080
MR. AND MRS.
JOSEPH DEVLIN
and FAMILY
Extend To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
VELVET CREME
DOUGHNUTS
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
3301 S.W. 8 STREET
445-1467
FU MANCHU
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
325 -71st STREET
866-4303
HOST 88
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
8320 S.W. 124 STREET
238-0551
CONTINENTAL NATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI
Ml BANCO CONTINENTAL
Full Range of Commercial Bank Services
Todos los Servicios de un Banco Comercial
1801 S.W. 1 STREET
Phone 642-2440
A Happy Passover To All
D. G. STEEL RULE DIE MFG. CO.
7000 N.W. 37th AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 691-1468
A Happy Passover To All
LES' CARPET SALES & SERVICE
8721 S.W. 132nd STREET, MIAMI
Phone 238-6690
A Happy Passover To All
J. H. GRESHAM, INC.
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
3523 N.W. 7th AVENUE, MIAMI
Phone 633-9031


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Crematorium and hanging beam.
HOME LUMBER & INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CORP.
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
1050 EAST 25 STREET 691-8515
GEORGE'S SUPER SUB SHOP
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
4580 S.W. 8 STREET 443-1713
A Happy Passover To All
DeMOTTS BOILER
& REPAIR SERVICE
Full Service in Boiler Repairs
1047 N.W. 22nd STREET, MIAMI
Phone 324-6110
GATEWAY FURNITURE DISTRIBUTORS
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
3055 EAST 11 AVENUE 696-0876
GROTTO RESTAURANT & PIZZERIA
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
16690 COLLINS AVENUE 947-1219
METRO SANDWICH SHOP
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
152 N.E. 1 AVENUE 371-3859
MINERVA SPANISH RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire Jewish Community
A Very Happy Passover
265 N.E. 2 STREET 374-9420
Germans Forgetting Dachau?
Continued from Preceding Page
POW in the Soviet Union dur-
ing the war, as though that
would get my sympathy.
The young man was from Da-
chau and said all this had hap-
pened before he was born and
knew nothing of the times. The
older cop said, "We knew no-
thing. Those who did and talked,
ended up here."
HE WANTED to put a happy
note on the proceedings. "Three
of them stayed on in Dachau
and became rich." I thought I
heard a familiar theme. "Jew?"
"No," he said. "Communists.
They made business. But one
died recently from too much
drinking." We talked on farther.
The afternoon was drawing to
an end. The camp closed at five,
and it was a quarter to.
I looked for my friend who
was nowhere to be seen. I look-
ed down the long grey field
where the barracks once stood
and became scared all over
again as if the jack-boots would
suddenly appear, and I would
be locked in, to remain and suf-
fer the same fate, with body as
well as mind.
FINALLY, running and cam-
era swinging, my friend appear-
ed, and we left the camp.
I took one last look. It was
cold with unremembered his-
tory, and I said, one must do
this again and again and keep
this death alive.
We walked to the car, and
across the lot was a ball field
where some young Germans
were playing soccer as if no-
thing had ever happened.
D&W
RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
5140 N.W. 22 AVENUE
638-2819
Mug And Munch
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
945-9212
16978 N.E. 19 AVENUE
D'AVILA
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
576 N.W. 28 STREET
576-2700
GEM DRUGS
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
295 MIRACLE MILE
446-6321
PUMPERNIK'S
BAKERIES
Extend To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
917 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
925-4599
6700 COLLINS AVENUE
861-2059
MR. AND MRS.
NATHAN SELDITCH
extend Best Wishes
for a
Happy and Festive
Passover
to all their friends
and relatives
CHINA INN
RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
14265 N.W. 7 AVENUE
681-0012
GATEWAY AMC
JEEP
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
1650 N.E. 163 STREET
945-5311
CAPRA'S
RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
8400 BISCAYNE BLVD.
758-3766
CAROLINE'S
MASSAGE
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
1519 WASHINGTON AVE.
538-1785
CITY
RADIATOR SERVICE
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
5831 S.W. 70 STREET
665-5596
JOCKEY'S
COFFEE SHOP
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
2540 PALM AVENUE
PHONE 887-3115
LILA'S
RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
2290 S.W. 8 STREET
Phone 642-9020
BOATMENS
INDUSTRIES,
INC.
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
4101 N.W. 37 AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
GABLES
NEWS AND BOOK
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
SCHIFFMAN'S DRUGS
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
3361 SOUTH MIAMI AVE.
854-5451
8346 N.E. 2 AVENUE
ABRAHAM'S BAKERY
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passover
7423 COLLINS AVENUE
861-0291
CHINA MAID
RESTAURANT
Extends To The Entire
Jewish Community
a Very Happy Passovu
9040 BIRD ROAD
226-0331
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Friday, April 16, 1976
The Officers and The Board Of Trustees
On Behalf Of
illnifii
MEDICAL CENTER OF
GREATER MIAMI
Extend Cordial Passover Greetings To All
OFFICERS
Chairman of the Board....... Max Orovitz
Vice Chairman of the Board...... Leonard L. Abess
Vice Chairman of the Board...... Samuel Friedland
President......... ; Edward Shapiro
Executive Vice President...... Samuel Gertner
Vice President.......... L. Jules Arkin
Vice President.......... Jerry Blank
Vice President.......... Shepard Broad
Vice President.......... Julius Darsky
Vice President.......... Paul Faske
Vice President.......... Samuel Heiman
Vice President.......... Benjamin G. Kline
Vice President.......... Sydney Levison
Secretary............ Mrs. Lila G. Heatter
Assistant Secretary......... Mrs. Aletha Gifford
Assistant Secretary........ Dan B. Ruskin
Treasurer............ Milton Weiss
Assistant Treasurer......... Leonard A. Wien
Executive Treasurer*........ Samuel Farber
Executive Director*........ Alvin Goldberg
*Ex-Officio
TRUSTEES
James M. Albert Bing Kossoff Arthur Pearlman
Theodore Baumritter Maurice Koven Mrs. Theodore Pincus
Morris Broad Cal Kovens Marshal E. Rosenberg
Irving Cypen Harry A. Levy Lloyd L. Ruskin
Joseph H. Davidson Leonard Liebowitz Robert Russell
Richard Deutch, D.D.S. Arthur Mark Martin Sandier
Robert S. Feldman Mrs. Benjamin Meyers Arthur Sheppard
Gary R. Gerson Leonard Miller Everett Shocket, M.D.
Jerrold F. Goodman Nicholas H. Morley Michael Weintraub
Abel Holtz Harry L. Nathenson Louis Wolfson, II
Milton Kelner W. James Orovitz Lewis E. Zorn
LIFE TRUSTEES
Col. Jacob M. Arvey Mrs. S. Harvey Greenspan A. J. Molasky
Samuel Blank Nathan S. Gumenick Stanley C. Myers
Ben Blum Louis Hand Joseph M. Rose
David P. Catsman A. J. Harris Julius M. Rosenberg
Max V. Cogen Howard Kane William D. Singer
A. C. Fine Samuel Kann Joseph R. Stein
Mac Gache Aaron M. Kanner Carl Susskind
Abraham Goodman Henry A. Keller Abe W. Waxenberg
Morris Goodman, M.D. J. Gerald Lewis Carl Weinkle
Robert Z. Greene Joseph M. Lipton Louis E. Wolfson
Leon Lowenstein Mitchell Wolfson
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HONORARY PHYSICIAN TRUSTEES
Richard M. Fleming, M.D.
Stanley Frehling, M.D.
Solomon B. Goldman, M.D.
Ralph E. Kirsch, M.D.
Milton P. Travers, M.D.
S. Charles Werblow, M.D.


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Moses tells a long-enslaved people of their deliverance.
TTHE BICENTENNIAL and
Passover are interlinked.
Both spell freedom.
Passover is a proper time to
recall the significant battles for
justice on the American con-
tinent and the Bicentennial
elevates such reminiscences to
a glorious fusion of the age-old
Jewish credos with the Amer-
ican ideals.
There are numerous instances
of heroic efforts to negate bigo-
try and they date back to Col-
onial times. They included in-
stances when high-minded
Christians fought for man's
right to worship, or even not to
worship, as he pleased and pre-
ferred.
THUS FAR, the triumphs of
Washington, Jefferson, Madison,
and scores of others, who have
succeeded in writing into our
Constitution the basic principles
of religious liberty, remain the
pride and the cornerstone of
our American heritage.
Then are some lesser-known
names whose contributions to
the cause of justice and untram-
Bicentennial, Passover Linked;
Both Speak to Us About Freedom
meled freedom have helped
build a strong foundation for
this great Republic.
Among them was Jacob Hen-
ry, who was elected to the North
Carolina House of Commons in
1808. served for a year and
upon his reelection in 1809
faced the challenge as to his
right to hold office on religious
grounds.
AT THAT time, the North
Carolina constitution prohibited
non Protestants from holding
By PHILIP SLOMOVTTZ
civil offices. Henry, who was
elected to the North Carolina
State Legislature from Carteret
County, became the center of a
political issue. Many of the
state's leaders came to his sup-
port and Roman Catholics, who
Were similarly affected by the
law barring non-Protestants
from holding civil positions,
were on his side.
Henry won an overwhelming
victory to retain his seat after
delivering an address which
has won such wide acclaim that
it has been included in the
famous collection, "The Amer-
ican Orator."
Henry's triumph, however,
was only partial. While he was
permitted to retain his seat in
the legislature, the discrimina-
tory North Carolina clause re-
mained on the state's statutes.
It was interpreted to mean
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A HAPPY PASSSOVER TO ALL ...
MERCHANTS BANK OF MIAMI
950 *ED ROAD (S.W. 57th Ave. near th Trail)
TBVMOM MA-1000
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
GAIL'S FEMININE APPAREL
1345 Washington Avenue, Miami leech
Phon. 538-9886
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL ...
RHODES FURNITURE
12*1 HE. 163rd STREET
8600 BIRD ROAD
945-7471
225-2741
A PEACEFUL AND HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
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Continued from Page 1-E
that legislative offices were not
necessarily civil, that Catholics
and Jews could participate in
making laws although they were
prohibited from interpreting and
executing them.
AFTER THE Civil War, when
Southern states began to liberal-
ize their constitutions, North
Carolina granted full religious
liberty to all its constitutents in
1868.
"Jacob Henry, a Jew, was
Philadelphia in 1776. His ac-
tivities after his rise to fame in
the battle for religious equality
in 1809 when he delivered his
great oration and the date and
place of his death are unknown.
His name at birth was Jacob
Gratz, and it is believed he was
the brother of the Philadelphia
merchant Michael Gratz. Jacob
changed his last name to Henry
when he moved to the South.
In his powerful book on the
battle for liberty for all faiths,
"Cornerstone of Religious Free-
dom in America" (Beacon
Press), Joseph L. Blau reprints
in full the famous oration by
Henry and makes this interest-
ing reference to Henry in a
chapter on "The Affirmation of
Civil Rights for Religious Minor-
ities."
"NORTH CAROLINA, whose
constitution required Its offi-
cials to accept the divine au-
thority of the New Testament,
but whose declaration of rights
granted religious freedom, was
faced with the necessity in 1809
of deciding between these two
instruments.
"Jacob Henry, a Jew was
elected to the House of Com-
mons by the voters of Carteret
County. It was, of course, im-
possible for Henry to affirm the
divine authority of the New
Testament. His right to his seat
was, therefore, challenged. Hen-
ry was granted the privilege of
speaking in defense of his right
to retain tile seat, and did so in
a brief speech which was long
considered one of the gems of
American oratory.
"There has been some ques-
tion raised as to his authorship
of the speech; it is reported by
one of the historians of North
Carolina to have been written
for him by Chief Justice Tay-
lor, of the state Supreme Court.
This attribution was solely on
the basis of hearsay, and we
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are justified in attaching the
name of Jacob Henry to this
speech until trustworthy evi-
dence of other authorship is
furnished.
"THE SPEECH itself, though
brief, is a ringing reiteration of
the view that religion is a per-
sonal matter between the in-
dividual and his Maker, and
that no one has the right to
challenge or question this per-
sonal relation. As long as one
does not hold religious opinions
dangerous to the state, the state
has no power to exclude him
from any privilege or obliga-
tion of citizenship. The state-
ment was clear-cut and incisive
and it is a pleasure to report
that it was decisive. Henry was
overwhelmingly granted the
right to his seat in the Com-
mons, and some years later the
constitutional provisions were
changed."
In 1818, in the heat of debate
over a similar issue in the
Maryland Assembly, while dis-
cussing the so-called Jew bill
which was aimed at the repeal
of a test act that prevented Jews
from entering the legal profes-
sion and public office, the Hon-
orable H. M. Brackenridge
spoke of Jacob Henry's speech
as being "a part of our educa-
tion as Americans to love and
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cherish the sentiments uttered
by him."
THE MARYLAND battle,
which began in 1797, when the
Baltimore Jew Solomon Etting
first petitioned the Maryland
House of Commons against the
restrictions on Jews seeking of-
fice or entrance in the legal
profession, the part played in
it by Thomas Kennedy, "ardent
Jeffersonian and a persistent
fighter," CoL W. O. D. Worth-
ington, and H. M Brackenridge,
form another glorious chapter
in the struggle for religious
freedom in this country.
The "Jew bill" was adopted
by the Maryland House of Dele-
gates on the last day of the ses-
sion, February 26, 1825, and
was confirmed, as required by
law, in the following session of
the House, on January 5, 1826.
Blau, whose book also contains
the complete text of Bracken-
ridge's historic address, com-
ments that "the Jeffersonian
principal was vindicated and
sustained in Maryland just six
months before the death of Jef-
ferson himself
BRACKEN RIDGE'S speech on
the Maryland "Jew bill," de-
livered in 1819, has gone down
in history with the greatest ora-
tions in defense of civil rights.
Brackenridge had this to say on
Passover Greetings from
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the question of tolerance:
"Sir, I abhor intolerance,
whether it be political or reli-
gious; and yet, I can scarcely
regard religious tolerance as a
virtue. What has weak and er-
ring man a right to give per-
mission to his fellow mortal, to
offer his adorations to the Su-
preme Being, after his own
manner?
"Did I not feel myself some-
how restrained from pursuing
this subject, I would endeavor
to demonstrate, that the idea of
such permission, or toleration,
is not better than impiety. But
I content myself, with calling
your attention to what has been
the effect, in this country, at
least, or leaving religion to be
taught from the pulpit, or to
be instilled by early education."
Is this a Christian land?
Brackenridge had something to
say, also, on this score in his
famous speech. To quote him
again:
"But, we are told, that this
is a Christian land, and that we
are Christians. I rejoice to hear
it, and I hope we will prove
ourselves worthy of the name,
by acting on this, and on every
other occasion with Christian
spirit.
"BUT THIS is a Christian
land. And let me inquire of the
page of history, by what means
it became so? Was it through
the instrumentality of peace and
no good will to our fellow men?
... No, sir, the soil we inhabit
yields its fruit to the just and
to the unjust; the sun which
gives us life, sheds his glorious
beams impartially on all. But
the great majority of the dwel-
lers of this land are Christians;
therefore it is a Christian land.
"For the same reason, it
might be a Catholic, Episcopal
or Presbyterian land. Our pol-
itical compacts are not entered
into as brethren of the Chris-
tian faith but as men, as
members of a civilized society.
In looking back to our struggle
for independence, I And that
we engaged in that bloody con-
flict, for the rights of man, and
not for the purpose of en-
forcing or defending any par-
ticular religious creed.
"IF THE accidental circum-
stance of our being for the
greater part Christians, could
justify us in proscribing other
religions, the same reason would
justify any one of the sects of
Christianity, in persecuting the
rest.
"But sir. all persecution for
Continued on Page 15-E
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TpWO PHILADELPHIA area
banks and one local manufac-
turing firm have indicated that
they would cease any semblance
of cooperation with the Arab
boycott of Israel in the wake of
public disclosures by the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith, according to a story by
David Gross in a recent issue of
the Jewish Exponent here.
Included in a list of more
than 200 U.S. corporations
charged with "waging economic
war against Israel in collabora-
tion with the Arabs," which was
announced at an ADL press
conference in New York, were
Continental Bank, Provident
National Bank, Philadelphia Na-
tional Bank and Schutte and
Koerting, a Cornwall Heights
manufacturer.
THE BANKS were accused of
"processing boycott-tainted let-
ters of credit" and flagrant dis-
regard of U.S. anti-boycott
policy" as well as "flouting
Federal Reserve Board warn-
ings against participation in the
boycott."
Responding to the accusa-
tions, the Continental Bank
Board's vice chairman, James J.
Morris, said in a letter to Ex-
Philadelphia
Banks Won't
Bow to Boycott
ponent editor Frank F. Wun-
dohl, "We did, in fact, handle,
as agent, certain export letters
of credit for our customers
which contained as part of the
documentation a statement that
the goods were 'shipped on ves-
sels which did not stop at any
Israeli ports.'"
Continuing, the letter stated,
"Senior bank management was
not aware of the acceptance of
such documents by members of
our staff and, effective imme-
diately, we have instructed our
personnel to refuse to accept
such letters ... We hope that
we will be measured by our
supportive performance over
many years and not by isolated
transactions which occurred
without the knowledge or ap-
proval of the senior manager of
Continental Bank."
Another Continental vice
chairman, John T. Wagner, sent
a letter to Samuel L. Gaber,
regional director of the ADL.
In another letter to Gaber,
Roger S. Hillas, chairman of the
board of Provident National
Corporation, said "our officers
are instructed not to accept let-
ters of credit containing condi-
tions that call for the economic
boycott of Israel or any other
country."
ROBERT J. Coffman, treas-
urer of Ametek Inc., the parent
company of Schutte and Koert-
ing said in a letter to the New
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York office of the ADL," w
have advised all divisions that
as a matter of corporate policy
no one shall take any action,
including the furnishing of in-
formation or the signing of
agreements, that has the effect
of furthering or supporting a
restrictive trade practice fos-
tered or imposed by foreign
countries against other coun-
tries friendly to the United
States. To insure that this policy
is enforced. We have also named
a corporate officer ... as the
person responsible for imple-
menting the policy."
The whole issue of the Arab
boycott came to the fore locally
on Oct. 20 when the board of
directors of the Greater Phila-
delphia Chamber of Commerce
adopted a statement calling on
companies to reject foreign in-
vestments that seek to apply
religious tests to their directors,
officers, employes, suppliers,
customers or clients as a con-
dition of investment.
ON DEC 23, the Philadelphia
Chapter of the American Jew-
ish Committee wrote to eight
major commercial banks in the
area asking them to endorse the
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1861 Bay Road
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748 N.W. 183rd STREET
NORTH MIAMI
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2809 BIRD AVENUE
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7209 S.W. 57th COURT
667-8768
position expressed by the Cham-
ber of Commerce. Except (or
the Philadelphia National Bank,
all the others responded af-
firmatively.
On Feb. 13, the AJCommittee
again wrote to the PNB. At that
time there was no response.
Finally, after PNB was included
on the ADL list of boycott sup-
porters, PNB affirmed its sup-
port of the Chamber of Com-
merce statement.
When the Jewish Exponent
asked if PNB's support of the
Chamber positions meant it
would cease approval of letters
of credit containing Arab boy-
cott provisions, William Wolf,
director of corporate public re-
lations for PNB, said that he
didn't think the two were tied
together.
"Letters of credit are strictly
between the Importer and the
exporter," he said. "The bank
merely acts as an intermediary.
It is unfair to say that we are
anti-Israel."
WOLF ALSO indicated that
PNB acts in a similar fashion
on behalf of Israel when it is
requested to do so by Israeli
firms.
Israel Consul General Ema-
nuel Shimoni maintained that
Wolfs statement regarding Is-
rael was misleading. "We do
not have a blacklist of ships or
firms." he said. "On a specific
voyage we may ask that a ship
not pass throueh Arab ports so
that goods bound for Israel will
not be confiscated. However,
we are not in the least interest-
ed in previous or subsequent
voyages nor whom the firm
deals with nor who is officers or
directors may be."
Esther Polen, president of the
Jewish Community Relations
Council of Greater Philadelphia,
said that since January a spe-
cial committee convened by
JCRC to deal with Arab eco-
nomic warfare has been work-
ing on this issue.
In addition, a JCRC commit-
tee headed by Sidney Margu-
lies, past president of the local
American Jewish Congress, is
working with the leadership of
the AJCommittee, AJCongress
and ADL to prepare a set of
recommendations related to lo-
cal banks and business con-
cerns-
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What C-130's to Egypt Can Mean
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
Washington
AMBASSADOR SIMCHA
Dinitz described the pro-
jected U.S. delivery of six
C-130 troop transport planes
to Egypt as "a dangerous
course of action" and urged
those seeking a Middle East
settlement to help divert
Egyptian policy from one
leading to war to negotia-
tions for peace.
Dinitz addressed the In-
ternational Biennial Conven-
tion of B'nai B'rith Women
at the Shoreham Americana
Hotel, attended by more
than 1,000 members from
eight countries, including a
group of more than 40 from
Israel.
REFERRING to the American
position in the Middle East, he
said that Israel has never de-
manded exclusivity in its rela-
tions with die United States
and never ignored the necessity
of the United States to develop
AMBASSADOR DINITZ
U.S. position enhanced
friendly relations with other
countries in the Middle East.
In particular, he said, Israel
was mindful of the importance
the U.S. attaches to its relations
with Egypt and the necessity to
maintain a dominant American
positure in the Middle East.
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In this connection, Dinitz
noted that the American posi-
tion in Egypt has been greatly
enhanced by the U.S. move to
save the encircled Egyptian
Third Army daring the Yom
Kippur War and to bring about
agreements that facilitated the
opening of the Suez Canal, the
return of the oil fields to Egypt
and the withdrawal of Israel
from strategic sites in Sinai.
HE ALSO pointed to the large-
scale economic assistance that
the U.S. is providing Egypt,
which he said will amount to
$2 billion in the next two years
as well as hundreds of millions
of dollars in food supplies. The
U.S. also has agreed in prin-
ciple to supply Egypt with a
nuclear reactor, he said.
"Israel has not objected to
the development of political,
economic and technological ties
between the U.S. and Egypt, but
when it comes to the sensitive
field of a military supply rela-
tionship, Israel views it with
great concern and sees in it a
dangerous course of action."
The dangers of such a policy,
Dinitz said, will not "allow the
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U.S. to preserve the balance or
control the anna race." He
added that "since Egypt receiv-
ed and continues to receive
military equipment from other
sources, any American military
supply will be an additive and
not a substitute to the Egyptian
arsenal."
HE POINTED out that after
the Yom Kippur War, Egypt re-
ceived from the Soviet Union
$1.5 billion in military equip-
ment including fighter planes,
missiles and artillery.
Egypt, he said, "continues to
receive military supplies from
the Eastern bloc" to this day.
In addition, it has contracted
for hundreds of millions of dol-
lars worth of arms from France,
lars' worth of arms from France,
planes, helicopters, missiles and
electronic equipment.
During his recent visit to
London, Dinitx said, Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat himself
announced an arms deal with
Great Britain amounting to $1.2
billion. Sadat's recent tour of
the Persian Gulf countries
brought Egypt a billion dollars,
he said.
"THOSE who strive for peace
in the Middle East must help
direct Egyptian policy away
from relying on arms leading to
confrontation and war, into re-
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lying on economic and social
developments leading to nego-
tiations and peace," Dinitz said.
The Ambassador emphasized
that Israel on its part will con-
tinue to do all possible to ad-
vance the cause of peace and
alluded to Israel's readiness to
negotiate peace agreements with
the Arab countries surrounding
Israel.
At the State Department, a
reporter asked whether the Am-
bassador's remarks to an Amer-
ican audience constituted inter-
ference with U.S. domestic af-
fairs. Spokesman Robert Fun-
seth replied, "I am not really
prepared to provide a Judgment
on that."
FUNSETH added that Secre-
tary of State Henry A. Kissin-
ger, at a news conference in
Atlanta on Saturday, said, when
asked in general terms about
the subject of military supplies
to Egypt, that the decision itself
as to the establishment of a
military relationship is a deci-
sion for the United States to
make and not for someone else
to make for the United States.
An Israeli Embassy spokes-
man, apprised of the question
raised at the State Department,
noted that the question was ir-
relevant since the Ambassador
was not interfering in domestic
affairs but speaking on a point
on foreign affairs.
Meanwhile, President Ford
told a group of radio interview-
ers that plans to sell Egypt six
C-130 transport planes would
not upset the military balance
between Israel and Egypt. No-
ting that Egypt had severed its
military relationship with the
Soviet Union, Ford said: "I think
it makes it at least responsible
for us to take a look at Egypt's
military needs."
OBSERVING that the Israeli-
Egyptian military balance would
not be upset by the sale of the
C-130s the President stated:
"This is a policy of trying to
see that each country, Israel
and its Arab neighbors, have a
responsible balance between
their military capabilities."
He added that it was his opin-
ion that this is a way for peace
to be maintained in the Mid-
east "as we negotiate for a
broader and further step" to-
wards a peace settlement.
In a related development, U.S.
Treasury Secretary Willim Si-
mon left Cairo recently after
telling Egyptian leaders that
American aid to Egypt could
total $1.85 billion in fiscal years
1976 and 1977 or during the 18
month period ending Sept. 30,
1977.
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sjloliday Cyreetinfjs to th*
FROM THE
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Washington
rFW0 nationally prominent
Senators, both members
U.S. Senators, both members
of the Senate Foreign Rela-
tions Committee, who believ-
ed they saw the bloom of
"moderation" on the Pales-
tine Liberation Organization
a year ago, are now disap-
pointed with it.
Statements by PLO lead-
ers, before and after the Se-
curity Council debate on the
Middle East last month have
made it plain that the PLO's
intention to bring about Is-
rael's disappearance has not
changed.
THE INTENSE campaign by
important politicians and media
in the West to wrap the PLO in
a cloak of respectability in the
hope, analysts have beliefs, that
hope, analysts here believe, that
might induce the terrorists to
become reasonable, has failed.
Sen Charles Percy (R.-I1L)
last winter angered many of his
constitutents by implying Ia-
rael should deal with the PLO
following his visit to the Mid-
dle East.
On Feb. 19, however, after
the PLO's leadership showed no
change of intent, he said: '1 be-
PLO Image Falls
As Reassessment
Grips Washington
lieve it is a terrible mistake for
the PLO to rule out recognition
of Israel because such an at-
titude is counter-productive.
Recognition of Israel would
have to be one condition of any
future agreement for the estab-
lishment of a Palestinian state."
Sen. George McGovern (D.-
S.D.) was hailed as a hero by
the PLO and its supporters for
being the first high American
official to speak with PLO chair-
man Yasir Arafat A statement
issued by his office Feb. 18 said:
"Tn light of recent statements
from some Palestinian leaders
with opposition to eventual rec-
ognition of Israel by the Pales-
tinians, Senator McGovern to-
day reconfirmed his conviction
Best wishes for a
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-Friday, April 16, 1976
that an eventual peace settle-
ment in the Middle East must
include full recognition by the
Palestinians of Israel's right to
exist as a nation."
PERCY AND McGovern were
asked for their views by the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency fol-
lowing the statement published
Feb. 16 in Beirut newspapers
by Salah Khalaf, known also as
Abu Iyad, the second in com-
mand of El Fatah, the PLO's
principal body.
Khalai was quoted as saying
that the Palestinians were being
asked to pay the "high price"
of recognizing Israel in return
for a Palestinian state on the
West Bank and the Gaza Strip.
"There is something the world
must know," Khalaf said. "Let
us all die, let us all be killed,
let us all be assassinated, but
we will not recognize Israel."
On NBCs "Meet the Press"
program recently, Arafat, who
heads both El Fatah and the
PLO, reemphasized Israel must
disappear, pointing out in Eng-
lish that Israel "is still, in my
opinion, Palestine" and that he
will not negotiate with Israel.
ZUHEIR MOHSEN, head of
the PLO's military department
and a leader in Syria's govern-
ing party, said early in February
that the solution of the Leba-
nese crisis would enable the
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hailed as a herd
PLO and its allies to devote all
their energies against Israel.
On Dec. 12, in an interview
with West Germany's weekly,
Die Zeit, Mohsin said that
"eventually" Israel will "have
to accept" an end to existing as
an independent state.
"We want back every piece
of land, every field, every vil-
lage and every house that was
ever ours. We will not yield on
that."
In an appearance on ABC-TV
Jan. 14 the PLO's deputy ob-
server at the United Nations,
Hassan Raman, said the "one
condition" for negotiations with
Israel is "de-Zionization of the
State of Israel after the return
of the Palestinian people to
their homes and property."
ISRAELIS bave consistently
pointed out that the PLO has
never altered its position when
making statements in Arabic
but sometimes spoke and acted
more softly in the presence of
Westerners and toned down ter-
rorism when in the presence of
Westerners, particularly Amer-
icans whom they wish to per-
suade to abandon Israel.
The campaign in the West to
dress up the PLO as moderate
and respectable reached a cli-
max shortly before the Security
Council debate began in Jan-
uary. The New York Times
strove for PLO's entry, and
Secretary of State Henry A.
Kissinger himself suggested the
Israelis take part, although not
necessarily in the same room
with the PLO.
The Times prominently fea-
Continued on Page 11-E
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Rome
F)OCUMENTS released by the
Vatican reveal that during the
last yean of World War II it
opposed the creation of a Jew-
ish State in Palestine and that
its policy of public silence on
the plight of the Jews under
Nazism was an effort to avoid
endangering its quiet diplomacy
on their behalf.
The declassified wartime Vat-
ican papers, titled "The Holy
See and the Victims of the War,
January-December 1943," show-
ed that Luigi Cardinal Mag
lione, the then Vatican Secre-
tary of State, expressed grave
concern over the efforts of Zion-
ism.
IN A letter to the Vatican's
Papal Nuncio in Washington,
Amleto Cicognani. Cardinal
Maglione wrote: "If Palestine
fell under the rule of the Jews,
it would give birth to new and
grave international problems
and make the Catholics of the
world unhappy. It would cause
righteous complaints of the
Holy See and would poorly re-
ciprocate the charitable con-
cern that the Holy See has had
and continues to have for non-
Aryans."
"It is true," the letter con-
tinued, "that at one time Pales-
tine was inhabited by the Jews.
But how can you historically
Vatican Opposed
Israel's Creation
Back in 1942
justify a criterion of bringing
people back to those territories
where they were 19 centuries
ago?"
IT IS not difficult, the letter
noted, "if one wants to build a
Jewish homeland, to find other
territories more fitted for the
purpose; but Palestine, under
Jewish predominance, would
cause new and serious interna-
tional problems."
In a message to Msgr. Wil-
liam Godfrey, the Papal legate
in London, Cardinal Maglione
wrote that "The Holy See has
never approved the plan to
make Palestipp a Jewish home-
land."
In another message to Msgr.
Godfrey, he stated that Roman
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and they would justly fear for
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exclusively to the Jews," Car-
dinal Maglione said.
THE VATICAN documents also
showed that similar concern
was epressed by Msgr. Angelo
Roncalli, then Papal Nuncio to
Turkey and later Pope John
XXIII, in a letter to Cardinal
Maglione in which he wrote
that helping Jews reach Pales-
tine "produces some uncertain-
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,y, April 16, 1976
Page 11-E
I
_ to help, "in the realiza-
tion of the messianic dream."
He added: "It is quite certain
jut the reconstruction of the
(ingdom of Judah and of Is-
,-ael I* only a Utopia." Msgr.
Roncalli, during his tenure as
envoy to Turkey, helped Jew-
i refugees from Nazi persecu-
|tion reach Palestine.
ON THE plight of Jews under
.Nazism, the documents reveal-
led that the Vatican was wor-
ried in 1943 that die Nazis
might invade the Vatican and
kidnap Pope Pius Xn.
Nevertheless, the documents
show that the Vatican protested
strongly on Oct. 16, 1943, when
1,027 Jews were arrested by
Nazi troops in the ghetto of
Rome and transported to death
camps in northern Italy.
The documents also include
dozens of reports from outside
Italy on the killing of Jews by
the Nazis and pleas for the
Pope to speak out.
IN ADDITION, they reveal doz-
ens of messages from the Vat-
ican saying that it was doing
everything it could diplomatical-
ly for the Jews. Critics of Pope
Pius contend, however, that he
failed to act in any decisive
manner after the mass arrests
in Rome.
PLO Review Grips Capital
Continued from Page 9-E
Itured the PLO's representative
in America as a calm, civilized
individual with conservative tac-
| tics in clothes and manners.
The Washington Post gave
I the Arab League's apologist in
I America, Clovis Maksoud. the
[opportunity to examine an ar-
1 tide it had from Dr. Nahum
Goldmann, the World Jewish
Congress leader, before publish-
ing both Goldmann's and Mak-
I soud's views on the same page.
THE POST emphasized Gold-
mann as saying, "Once the PLO
is ready to recognize the State
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soud's statement with an obvi-
ous appeal to Americans' sense
of fairness: "To ask the PLO to
initiate a political process when
none of the Palestinian people's
rights are fulfilled is unfair."
CBS, without any challenge,
allowed Maksoud to broadcast
that Israel is to blame for Le-
banon's civil strife. The Post
editorially stressed after "the
PLO debate" that both Israel
and America "must move" in
the direction of the Palestinian
problem On NBC's "Meet the
Press" program, Premier Yitz-
hak Rabin faced a battery of
four reporters, including arch-
critic Rowland Evans whose
hostility towards Israel was un-
concealed.
When Arafat appeared on the
same program a week later,
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How the Nahal Helped Ecuador
By JIM RErBEL
Quito
THREE YEARS ago Ecuador
started a series of reforesta-
tion projects and cooperative
agricultural settlements with
the aid of Israeli advisor*.
CAME (Conscripcion Agrope-
cuaria Militar de Ecuador) if
modeled after the Nahal sys-
tem, in which a small group of
Israeli soldiers train together,
work as a volunteer unit on a
kibbutz and when discharged
form a cooperative farming vil-
lage.
Col. Hugo Salvador, comman-
der of CAME, explained that the
800 soldiers comprising the
unit at any one time are drafted
for one year's service. Three
months are spent in agricul-
tural training followed by an
additional three months at one
of several reforestation sites or
colonization areas.
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are centered in the oil pro-
ducing region on the border
with Colombia in the town of
Lagro Agria and in Sangolqui,
just south of the capital dry,
Quito.
Settlements composed of 80-
100 demobilized CAME soldiers
and their families radiate out
from central army camps found
in both northern Ecuadorian
towns. As this level is reached
in one place new settlements
are established in nearby areas,
with support provided by the
same centralized camp.
Conscripcion Forestal Ecua-
toriana is painted on the wood-
frame arch over the entrance to
Cotopaxi, one of three CAME
reforestation sites.
THE CAMP is situated at the
base of the foothills of Mt Co-
topaxi, a region of short rolling
hills making up a high plateau
called the paramo. The country-
side at 10-11,000 feet is cold,
wet, poorly drained and pri-
marily used as grazing land.
Cotopaxi, with 6,000 acres, is
run as a three-way cooperative
between the Ministry of Agricul-
ture which supplies the pine
trees (similar to the variety
planted in the hills of Jerusa-
lem), CAME soldiers who plant

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in the 50-year-old train station
that serves as headquarters at
Cotopaxi, he stressed the im-
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CAME hold for Israel when he
said that, "Israel wants to build
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They (Ecuadorians) will
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like there, our problems, the
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iy, April 16, 1976
VIENNANazi hunter Simon Wiesen-
i to track down wanted Nazi war crim-
_ils from Austria to other countries, no-
ably the United States where, he claimed,
(bout 70 Nazi collaborators are still at
fge.
Wiesenthal, who has headed the war
. nes documentation center here for
nore than 30 years, said it was "pointless"
continue to flush out Nazis in Austria
ause when they are brought to trial
bey are almost invariably acquitted by
Austrian courts.
ONLY LAST month, Austria's first
var crimes trial in three years ended with
acquittal of the defendant who was ac-
cused of murder, Wiesenthal noted. He
laid, however, that he was cooperating
jrith the U.S. Immigration and Naturaliza-
jtion Service and Department of Justice to
[uncover evidence on at least 70 former
Iresidents of Western Europe now living in
Idie U.S. who are wanted for war crimes
I in a number of countries including the
I Soviet Union.
According to Wiesenthal, the alleged
I war criminals were Hungarians, Rumani-
ans, Slovaks and Baits who willingly col-
laborated with the Gestapo and in some
+klstrkrk**n
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Austria No
Place For
Ex-Nazi Hunt
-Wiesenthal
cases actually carried out the torture and
murder of Jews and others during World
War H.
HE SAID exposure of these war crim-
inals could lead to revocation of their
American citizenship and possible depor-
tation to the countries where they com-
mitted their crimes to stand trial.
A similar campaign to expose and
extradite alleged Nazi war criminals liv-
ing in the U.S. is being conducted by Rep.
Elizabeth Holtzman (D.( N.Y.).
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Zionist Council Studies Aliya
By DAVID LANDAU
Jerusalem
'pHE Zionist General Council
1 ended its biennial meeting
here with the adoption of a
series of resolutions calling for
a new approach to aliya from
Western countries and serious
efforts to stem the rising tide
of "verida" the emigration
of Jews from Israel.
The Council also came under
sharp criticism from some dele-
gates who complained that
rhetoric and resolutions were
rarely translated into action.
THE PRINCIPAL resolution
on aliya embodied the formula
proposed by the late Pinhas
Sapir when he was chairman
of the World Zionist Organiza-
tion and Jewish Agency Execu-
tives and was stressed by the
newly elected WZO chairman,
Josef Almogi. It calls for con-
verting aliya into a community
movement abroad, particularly
in countries such as the United
States.
Diaspora Jewish communities
were urged to organize their
own aliya activities and ar-
rangements on the grass roots
JOSEF ALMOGI
movement abroad
levels and the "various Jewish
organizations and first and
foremost the Zionist organiza-
tions" were called on to "ex-
pand this activity."
The resolution took note of
initial steps already taken in
this direction.
IN OTHER resolutions, the
Council criticized the lack of
suitable housing for young peo-
ple, especially single olim, and
the lack of job openings for
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But "top priority" was giv-
en to the problem of "verida."
which was described in one
resolution as a "serious phe-
nomenon (that) affects the
economy, national morale and
defense."
The resolution called for de-
cisive action "in the spheres
of housing, employment and
welfare and social services,"
in effect the same kind of ac-
tion needed to stimulate lag-
ging immigration.
Another resolution endorsed
the creation of a apodal in-
dependent commission to ex-
amine the entire aliya-absorp-
tion problem in Israel.
THAT proposal emanated
from the World Jewish Con-
ference on Solidarity with Is-
rael and Zionism that conven-
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The fact that many of the
speeches, proclamations and
resolutions at the General
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bject of criticism.
ay delegates said private-
that the General Council
eting had an air of "deja
because the drama and
of outrage and indigna-
over the attacks on Zion-
at the United Nations and
ewhere had been given the
ne expression at the solid-
ity conference.
)ME delegates even charg-
that the General Council
eting, held on the heels of
solidarity conference, was
waste of time and money
Id offered only an "overdose
irrelevant verbiage."
[Mrs. Rose Matzkin, president
Hadassah, was one of the
^arpest critics of the Council
ssion and what she saw as
lethargy of the Zionist
Dvement as a whole.
1 She said that for eight years
bere had been talk of practical
ion "but we are still a wait-
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his policies recalled
bers.in the U.S. were women
most of them members of Ha-
dassah. "Where are the men?"
she asked.
Council Chairman Yitzhak
Navon offered his own blue-
print for action for diaspora
Jews who want to identify with
the Zionist cause. He proposed
nine "commandments":
"Learn 1,000 words of He-
brew, buy Israeli goods, study
the Bible, participate in pro-
Israel demonstrations, have a
mezuza on your front door, ob-
serve Jewish fasts and feasts,
buy a Jewish or Israeli news-
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to Israel."
Bicentennial Passover
Continued from Page 3-E
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This is the stuff of which the
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ocracy were made in this great
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Miami, Florida Friday, April 16, 1976
Section F
lYho Rules America?
Consider these things: The
Federal government is presently
handing out two-thirds of all new civil
service jobs to non-Whites even
though Blacks and other minorities
neighborhoods with forced-housing
laws is equally unpopular. When
polled, Americans have over-
whelmingly rejected further
American involvement in the Mideast
are already ovp- ^r0> o,^ited on the conflict..Qememb^nng how our troops
Federal Mm* $ fJJVi ^ "*** racial were ,*,l" ^, "*m, we want no
businf^r*^^,^^^ -'most lrt a^s*
If Is .oor that the Whlta majority no longer rlfres Amorfco.
We are frustrated by the realization housing, and jobs are the result of
that we have lost control of our policies dictated neither by the White
government. We are tired of having majority nor by the Black minority,
our wishes ignored. *wing The same is ?- -?aval in
increasingly an' "*v
ancestors '
AND GUESS WHO?...
'Alien Clique' Controls Media
A leaflet distributed by an organiza-
tion called the National Alliance, based
in Washington, D.C., dedicates itself to
doing something about "the alien clique
which controls America's news media."
Irving Depew, of Pompano Beach,
found out just what the National Alliance
is doing.
While shopping at a supermarket on
Sample Road in Pompano Beach the other
day, he returned to find one of the leaf-
lets thrown into his car.
The leaflet calls attention to the fact
that "The president and chief executive
officer of ABC is Leonard Goldenson. The
general manager of ABC News is Martin
Rubenstein, and under Mr. Rubenstein,
as executive producer of ABC's TV news
programs, is Avram Westin.
"The top man at CBS is chairman of
the Board William S. Paley. The CBS
News subsidiary is run by President Rich-
ard Salant.
"Robert Sarnoff is president, chief ex-
ecutive officer and chairman of the board
of RCA. The president and chief operat-
ing officer of NBC itself is Herbert S.
Schlosser. Under Schlosser, as president
of NBC News, is Richard Wald."
Declares the National Alliance leaf-
let: "They dictate what 210 million Amer-
icans shall learn of what has happened
in the nation and in the world each day.
All are Jews."
Similarly detailing the table of organ-
ization of the New York Times and the
Washington Post, the leaflet also bemoans
the fact that "in the motion picture in-
dustry Jews, with an uncanny in-
stinct for power, insinuated themselves
into every nook and cranny" there.
Concludes the National Alliance: "This
Jewish control of the American mass
media is the single most important fact
of life, not just in America, but in the
whole world today. And there is nothing
famine, inflation, fuel crisis, war
more dangerous to be future of our peo-
ple.
"Until this Jewish control of Amer-
ican public opinion is broken, continued
misfortune, confusion and decadence shall
be our lot, and there can be no national
liberation or regeneration."
"It just shocks me that these sick peo-
ple are still around," Depew told The
Jewish Floridian this week. "I thought the
Nazis were gone with the Second World
War, but apparently I was wrong."
Regretfully, Mr. Depew was wrong.
They're still around all around. But
what with an abundance of Sun'n'sea in
South Florida, not too many people seem
to be joining him to care.
'Equity' Urges UNESCO Snub
NEW YORK (JTA) The
Artists Equity Association of
New York has called on the
U.S. Committee of the Interna-
tional Association of Art/
UNESCO, of which it is a mem-
ber, not to participate in the
Association's Congress, sched-
uled to be held in Baghdad this
May, unless the Iraqi govern-
ment gives "explicit and offi-
cial" guarantees of the safety
of participants from Israel and
those friendly to Israel.
In a resolution adopted earl-
ier this month, the AEA noted
that since the Baghdad sjje was
approved by the International
Association three years ago,
"Iraq, the designated host coun-
try has joined in an act of ag-
gressive war against one of the
society of nations. Israel, that
would under peaceful circum-
stances have its artists* associa-
tions normally participate."
THE RESOLUTION noted
further that "the host country
has, additionally, revealed a
violent hostility, not only to the
people of Israel but to all Jews
and to their Zionist friends,
Jewish and non-Jewish alike, by
its votes in the recent United
Nations Assembly and at
UNESCO meetings."
The resolution said that as a
result of that posture, "many
artists, Israelis, Jews, and all
non-Jewish friends of Israel and
Zion, feel themselves danger-
ously threatened as to their
safety as well as to their free-
dom of movement within that
country (Iraq) and as to their
free and unharassed existence."
The resolution concluded by
calling on the U.S. Committee
of the international body "to
offer its full support and par-
ticipation in the planned con-
vocation if, and as soon as, clear
and explicit and official Iraq
governmental assurances are
given through the appropriate
United Nations agencies as to
its guarantees of safety of those
coming from Israel and to all
other of its friends and artists
who feel themselves equally
imperiled as to their absolute
safety and security of life, prop-
erty, freedom of movement and
unimpeded right of departure."
A COPY of the resolution was
sent to Secretary of State Henry
A. Kissinger with a covering let-
ter signed by Elias Newman,
president emeritus of the AEA,
asking "for your supportive ac-
tion on this resolution and for
its transmission to all memlter
nations of (he United Nations
through the U.S. representative
to the United Nations."
Above (from left) are Shepard S. Broad, Peter Gold-
ring, Joseph M. Drexler, Murray S. Meyerson, Max J.
Etra and Leo Hack, development director for Florida of
Yeshiva University at the Heritage Award Dinner hon-
oring Drexler.
Joseph Drexler Is Honored
By Friends of Yeshiva U.
The Konover Hotel was the
scene of the 21st annual Her-
itage Award dinner of the Flor-
ida Friends of Yeshiva Univer-
sity on March 30. More than 300
people gathered to pay tribute
to Joseph M. Drexler, who re-
ceived the Heritage Award, Ye-
shiva's highest accolade.
The presentation was made
by former Mayor of Bay Har-
bor Island Shepard Broad, who
is well known internationally
for his part in the founding of
the State of Israel and locally
as a community leader.
Max J. Etra, chairman of the
board of Yeshiva University,
told of the exciting develop-
ments at the university, espe-
cially the opening of the Ben-
jamin N. Cardozo School of Law.
the first law school under Jew-
ish auspices in America. Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph M. Drexler be
came the first Fellows in Flor-
ida of the School of Law that
evening.
IN RESPONSE to Etra's ad-
dress, Samuel Reinhard and Wil-
liam Silverstein enrolled as
Master Builders of the Univer-
sity, and there was a great out-
pouring of support from the
dinner guests.
Councilman Murray S. Mey-
erson was toastmaster for the
evening. The general chairman
of the Florida Friends of Ye-
shiva University is Peter Gold-
ring, developer and communal
leader. His cochairmen were
Moses J. Grundwerg, William
Landa, Rabbi Max Lipschitz,
Herbert S. Shapiro, Joseph L.
Sharpe and Leonard Zilbert.
When Biscayne Federal Savings and Loan Association
opened their new Coral Gables office recently, E. Albert
Pallot, president and chairman of the board, was joined
in the ribbon-cutting ceremonies by Coral Gables Mayor
Robert B. Knight, Vice Mayor Albert Jacobson, and
many other officials of Coral Gables and Biscayne Fed-
eral. The office, at 471 Biltmore Way, is Biscayne Fed-
eral's tenth in South Florida.
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A day at the races at Gulfstream Park was enjoyed by
Morton and Ellen Poland (left) and Iris and Sidney Po-
land. Iris Poland, who owns the Thing-A-Dings shop on
Arthur Godfrey Rd., sponsored the seventh race on the
card, named after her Miami Beach store, and presented
the trophy to the winning jockey and owner. Prior to
the race the Polands were hosts for 20 luncheon guests
in the clubhouse.



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Friday, April 16, 1976
'

Politics Plays Strang*
By HASKELL COHEN
NEW YORK (JTA)
Once again politics rears its
ugly head, and Israel is like-
ly to suffer by the secret
action taken recently in Gua-
temala by the World Cup
Committee of the Interna-
tional Football Association
(FIFA), at its annual meet-
ing. The members of FIFA
decided to keep Israel in the
Asian group so far as the di-
visions are concerned in
World Cup competition.
In order to soften the de-
cision, the Committee, at the
same time, revealed that any
nation refusing to play
against Israel on a home-
away basis automatically
would forfeit its games.
AS A result of the Commit-
tee's ukase, Israel's soccer team
will have to make the longest
trips for competition among all
the 102 national teams involved.
By placing them in the Asian
bracket instead of the Euro-
pean bracket FIFA has managed
to give the Isreli soccer team
an itinerary whereby It will
have to play North Korea, South
Korea and Japan.
Georgraphically speaking, it
ia probably correct to place Is-
rael in one of the Middle East-
ern divisions which, obviously,
includes several Arab nations.
However, based on past events
and situations it is virtually
certain that any Arab team
scheduled to play Israel will re-
fuse to do so.
Last year, it will be recalled,
Israel drew a bye all the way
into the finals of the football
tournament at the Asian Games
in Teheran when both North
Korea and Kuwait failed to show
up for their matches against the
Decision to Affect Orthodox
TEL AVIV (JTA) Prof.
Alexander Lunz, a prominent
Jewish activist from Moscow
who was one of 100 Soviet Jew-
ish immigrants arriving at Ben
Gurion Airport, charged that
the policies of President Ford
and Secretary of State Henry A.
Kissinger with regard to emi-
gration from the Soviet Union
led to increased pressure on
Jews seeking to leave the USSR.
Lunz, 52, a mathematician
who received his exit visa only
after four years of struggle with
the Soviet authorities, spoke bit-
terly against those who, how-
ever well intentioned, advocate
"quiet diplomacy" as the means
of liberalizing Soviet emigra-
tion practices.
HE SAID "quiet diplomacy"
brought no results while direct
pressure did. Lunz said the re-
cent visit of British Chief Rabbi
Immanuel Jacobovits to the So-
viet Union achieved little.
Jakobovits has been an ad-
vocate of dialogue with the So-
viet authorities to achieve emi-
gration and the rights of Jews
remaining in the USSR.
Lunz said that when Ford and
Kissinger stated publicly that
the Jackson Amendment was
counterproductive in that it re-
sulted in fewer Jews leaving the
Soviet Union, they were making
a dangerous allegation that was
interpreted by the Soviet au-
thorities as an incentive to in-
crease pressure on Jews.
HE ALSO spoke scornfully of
the "yordim" Jews who went
to Israel but returned to Rus-
sia. He said he was convinced
that many of them were sent by
the Soviet authorities in order
to smear Israel, but that would
be difficult to prove. He said
the appearance on television of
several "yordim" on the eve of
the Brussels conference was
"sickening."
Lunz, who arrived with his
wife and 18-year-old son, denied
Soviet allegations that only 1.5
percent of visa requests are re-
fused. According to Lunz, there
were 4,000-5,000 refusals last
year when 12,000 Jews left the
Soviet Union.
HE SAID many Jews feared
to apply for visas because of
harassment and that it took
great courage to apply.
He stated that he was con-
tinuously harassed by the KGB
(secret police), his home search-
ed and personal belongings con-
fiscated, repeatedly interrogated
and threatened with criminal
prosecution and was once jailed
for two weeks for participating
in a demonstration.
Soviet Activist Criticizes Ford
NEW YORK (JTA) The
United States Supreme Court's
decision to hear a case of a
Christian who refused to work
on Saturday because of religious
convictions will affect Orthodox
Jews, Dennis Rapps, executive
director of the National Jewish
Commission on Law and Public
Rapps said COLPA will file a
brief with the Supreme Court
in behalf of Paul Cummins, a
member of the World Wide
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reinstated Cummins on the
grounds that the company failed
to show that accommodation to
his needs would work "undue
hardship" on the firm. The
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the decision to the Supreme
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A 1972 amendment to the
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ployers from discriminating
against anyone on the basis of
religious practices, including
the observance of Sabbath on
Saturdays, unless it would
create undue hardship for the
firm. COLPA was instrumental
in writing this amendment, ac-
cording to Rapps.
Israelis.
AT THAT time, the Asian Fed-
eration bowed to the wishes of
the Arab League pressures, and
Israel was then barred from
competing in any future Asian
Football Confederation tourna-
ments.
The only solace in the whole
matter is that with the inclusion
of North Korea it will make it
that much simpler for Israel to
qualify for the 16 places in the
finals of the World Cup Tourna-
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UN's PLO Moves 'Unacceptable'
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Former Defense Minister Mo-
she Dayan raised the possi-
bility that American arms pro-
vided to Egypt might be used
against Israel, but expressed
confidence that the U.S. would
not dodge its responsibility to
Israel.
In his first television inter-
view Since he quite the Cabi-
net, Dayan, a member of the
Knesset and soon-to-be editor
of a new newspaper, said the
objective of America's new
policy toward Egypt was to
detach it from dependency on
the Soviet Union.
"THIS MEANS relieving
Egypt of. it* military depen-
dence on the Soviet Union"
and could lead to American
arms being used by Egypt in a
war against Israel, Dayan said.'
He added, however, that Is-
rael had the political power
to reverse this trend through
American public opinion and
because the U.S. cannot and
does not want to avoid its re-
sponsibility for Israel's se-
curity.
Dayan said that, regardless
of American views, Israel can-
not afford to be more flexible
on the issue of dealing with
the PLO or a Palestinian state.
"Any retreat to the green
C-130's Fait Accompli tor Dr.K.
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Secretary of State Henry
A. Kissinger has acknowl-
edged that the U.S. plans to
sell six Hercules C-130 mili-
tary transports to Egypt, in-
dicated that this could be
the forerunner of a broad
program of large scale
American military sales to
that country and stated in
effect that the C-130 sale
was in the United States' in-
terest whether Israel ap-
proved or not. Kissinger's
statements before the House
International Relations Com-
mittee were later confirmed
in substance by State De-
partment spokesman Robert
Funseth.
The issue of arms sales to
Egypt was raised by Rep. Lea
Hamilton (D.-Ind.) during the
course of Kissinger's report on
his recent Latin American trip
to the committee. Kissinger
said, under questioning by
Hamilton, that the Ford Admin-
istration had agreed to sell
Egypt the C-130s "to symbolize
to Egypt that it has some West-
ern connection." The Secretary
added, "But of course, we can-
not be the principal arms sup-
plier of Egypt."
ASKED ABOUT Premier Yitz-
hak Rabin's protest over the
Youth Urged to Draw
Up Support for Israel
GROSSINGER, N.Y. Con-
tending that State Department
policies frequently have their
origins hi Ike nation's grass
roots, the founding chairman of
the American hraet Public Af-
fairs Committee has urged that
B'nai B'rMi youth dram up sup-
port far Israeli and Jewish
causes aaaont their Christian
neighbors.
I. L. Keneo, who is also edi-
ter-eatecM* of the Near East
Report, told a national
ence of B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
ganization directors here that
Israel has gained support from
many small town newspapers
as a direct result of editors' con-
tacts with Jewish friends and
neighbors- .
In town after town, he said,
flew non-Jaws know the tree
background af the Israeli-Arab
conflict and of the Zionism is-
sue. "We can generate support
for our side simply by talta**
with asir Christian
he and.
sale, Kissinger noted that he
had told Rabin when the latter.
was.in Washington that the Ad-
ministration intended to sell C-
130s to Egypt.
Kissinger said, "You can't
expect Israel to give forma) ap-
proval or give any approval to
this sale, but I think we have
to do what we think is in our
national interest."
Kissinger also remarked, with
obvious sarcasm, "I don't have
the impression that he (Rabin)
is planning to run his electoral
campaign on the basis of sup-
porting that (C-130) decision."
Kissinger justified the proj-
ected sale to Egypt by saying
that "Egypt is in a very com-
plicated position. It has inter-
rupted its military relations
with the Soviet Union. It is get-
ting no new arms from the So-
viet Union and is being pressed
with respect to spare parts.
"THIS HAS been a very cour-
ageous decision on the part af
President Sadat to ease tensions
ia the area and to move it to-
ward peace."
Kissinger told the committee
that he does not "anticipate"
other purchases by Egypt in the
"next few months."
However, he added. "We have
given a general briefing to a
umber of Congressman, shoot
our philosophy* with rpert te
the sale of weapons to Egypt
The Secretary painted out that
Congress will have the oppor-
tunity to pass on "any sJantft-
caat sale" to Egypt.

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peace but on the contrary might
bring war closer under worse
conditions," the former defense
chief warned.
HE ADDED, "It would be
preferable to go to war rather
than see another state created
for the Palestinians between
Israel and Jordan."
Dayan said that a de facto state
tt non-belligerence now exists
between Israel and Jordan and
that while the three Arab con-
frontation statesEgypt, Syria
and Jordan are not ready to
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salem should demand a similar
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Accord Doesn't Mean Danger Over Peres
NEW YORK(JTA)Shimon
Peres, Israel's Defense Minister,
speaking at a meeting of the
Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Or-
ganizations, said here that the
second Sinai interim accord did
not mean that the dangers of
the Middle East situation were
over but did nean that there
was a new ray of hope for all
peace-loving neoples.
Peres cautioned American
Jewish leaders that they could
not "go on vacation" in termr
of mobilizing support for Israel
because of the promises of
broad scale U.S. military and
economic assistance.
PERES ALSO said that he
was very much impressed with
the serious response and the
friendly attitudes of Congres-
sional leaders with whom he had
met for Israel's aid requests.
He said the attitudes were
much more positive than he had
anticipated. He said he had
been assured by both the ma-
jority and minority leaders in
Congress that there was strong
support for Isral's aid requests
of $2.3 billion.
Peres declared that while the
ratio between the amount that
Bureaucracy Hampers Hunt
For (J.S. Nazis-Wiesenthal
CHICAGO (JTA)
Nazi-hunter Simon Wiesen-
thal charged here that "a
very big bureaucracy" in
the United States hampered
the apprehension of 62 Nazi
war criminals he charged
are living in the U.S.
He told a press confer-
ence here that it took nine
years between the discovery
of Mrs. Hermine Braunstein-
er Ryan, a Long Island
housewife who was an al-
leged former concentration
camp supervisor, and her
extradition to West Ger-
many where she is now on
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trial. Wiesenthal said he has
discussed the bureaucracy
problem with members ol
Congress.
HE SAID there are about
150,000 Nazi war criminals alive
and only one in five has been
brought to trial. He said he
feels it is his "duty" to find
and expose Nazi war criminals
but warned that time is running
out since West Germany's stat-
ute of limitations on their crimes
expires in 1979.
Speaking earlier in New York
at the baruch College of City
University, Wiesenthal said one
of the suspect Nazi war crim-
inals is a former minister of
interior of Croatia now believed
living in California.
would be in the form of a loan
and In the form of grants had
not been fixed, he said he ex-
pcted that about one-third would
be a loan and the remainder in
the form of grants.
HE SAID Israel does not ask
for this aid lightly and recog-
nizes the U.S. economic prob-
lems, but he pointed out that
most of the aid money would
be spent in the U.S. for planes,
electronic equipment and other
products made in America.
he also said the dimension*
of Israel's request did not re-
flect an enlargement of Israel's
requests but the higher costs of
military equipment. He also said
that jn the past year alone,
there had been a 23 per cent
increase in the prices of
American military products and
that the military equipment Is-
rael needs had become so much
more sophisticated that while
the first planes Israel obtained
from the U.S.the Skyhawks
cost about $1 million each, the
orice of the F-15 which Israel
hopes to acquire, is about $25
million each.
reres said that controversy
over the Pershing missile was
a false one because it had noth-
ing to do with the nuclear capa-
bility of the missile, adding that
Israel had other means of de-
livering warheads if it ever de-
cided to do so.
HE SAID, "We ask for the
Pershing not to decide the out-
come of a war but to deter war.
If the Arabs know that we have
the Pershing missile, they might
have second thoughts about
launching a war."
He said, concerning Syria,
that Israel would like to ne-
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that it was Syria's turn to come
up with suggestions for such *
settlement.
On the fighting inside Leba-
non, he said the 'esson was that
there is no room in the Arab
world for a non-Moslem mi-
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about the U.S. sale of Hawk
missiles to Jordan and said he
felt it was a "mistake" because
endanger the restraint that has
a large number of Hawks could
characterized Jordan policy.
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Israel's Defamation Worries Catholics, Jews
By TUVIA MENDELSON
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
first Catholic-Jewish dialogue
ever held in Jerusalem ended
here with the issuance of a joint
statement by the representa-
tives of both faiths expressing
"profound concern over the
campaign to defame the State
of Israel and the Jewish people
and to isolate them from the
international community."
The statement, by the Inter-
national Jewish Committee for
Interreligious Consultations,
headed by Rabbi Joseph Look-
stein, Chancellor of Bar Dan
University, and a visiting Vati-
can delegation headed by Bish-
op Ramon Torella, declared
that action must be taken to
counteract the anti-Israel cam-
paign.
THE JOINT statement said
that both parties to the dialogue
were satisfied with the rejec-
tion by "various authorities in
the Catholic Church" of the
anti-Zionist resolution adopted
by the UN General Assembly
last year.
The statement also expressed
"deep joy" over "the historical
and religious significance of the
fact that they met for the first
time in the Holy City of Jeru-
salem."
The statement was the source
Rabbi Tannenbaumto Head
Jewish-Christian Commission
NEW YORK Rabbi Judah
Cahn, president of the New
York Board of Rabbis, has an-
nounced the appointment of
Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum, na-
tional interreligious affairs di-
rector of the American Jewish
Committee, as chairman of the
Jewish-Christian Relations Com-
mission of the rabbinical body.
The New York Board of Rab-
bis is comprised of 1,000 Ortho-
dox, Conservative, and Reform
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Rabbis. It represents the religi-
ous and communal interests of
the largest Jewish community
in the world and cooperates
closely with similar rabbinic
organizations in practically
every major center of Jewish
population in the United States,
and in other parts of the world.
Rabbi Tanenbaum has been
a pioneering leader and thinker
in interreligious relations and
social justice movements dur-
ing the past 25 years.
of considerable satisfaction in
Israeli circles, especially since
it referred specifically to "the
State of Israel." The Vatican
has never recognized Israel and
the visiting delegation from the
Holy See did not respond to
urgings by Ashkenazic Chief
Rabbi Shlomo Goren that formal
recognition be extended.
THE VISITING Catholic lead-
ers decided, apparently on in-
structions from Rome, not to
meet officially with Religious
Affairs Minister Yitzhak Ra-
phael. But Bishop Torella and
Father Pierre de Cotenson, sec-
retary of the Catholic delega-
tion, held informal talks with
the Minister before the dialogue
opened officially.
These developments, and the
language of the joint statement,
indicated to observers here that
a closer understanding has been
reached between Israel and the
Vatican.
The three days of discussion
covered past Jewish-Catholic
relations and their possible
broadening in the future.
THE JOINT statement said
that both faiths agreed to "ex-
amine further the issues of mis-
sions and witness" meaning
Catholic efforts to propagate
their faith by conversions, a
very sensitive issue in Israel.
The statement said that matter
would be taken up at the next
dialogue, which is expected to
take place at the end of the
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year or early 1977 in Holland.
A leading member of the
Vatican delegation visiting Is-
rael said that the Vatican sup-
ported the right of Jews to a
secure and independent state.
But Father de Contenson made
no response to Chief Rabbi Go-
ren's appeal for the Vatican to
formally recognize Israel.
Goren, who met with the
group, said he was amazed at
the Vatican's failure to recog-
nize Israel and expressed hope
that normal relations would be
established.
HE ALSO insisted that coop-
eration between Jews and Chris-
tians must be on a humanitar-
ian rather than a religious level
and that efforts must be made
to end hatred between all reli-
gious groups.
Father de Cotenson affirmed
that the Vatican opposed the
anti-Zionist declaration made at
the recent Christian Moslem
meeting in Tripoli, Libya, at
which the Vatican was repre-
sented.
Seohardic Chief Rabbi Ovadia
Yosef met separately with sev-
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Plaque commemorating medieval and "cultural" origin
of the City of Dachau.
-*** **
Memorial sculpture inside camp.
Photos illustrating Jack
Siegel's report are by
Sue Brown.
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Germans Would Like to Forget Dachau
Continued from Page S-D
ment stood in defense of the
truth: "But the souls of the
righteous are as the hand of
God and there shall no torment
touch them." Now ahead were
the crematoria and we advanced
towards them, I with some dis-
taste, and my friend with a kind
of professional eagerness to
record its details as well as ab-
sorb it for the first time as a
phenomenon which had occur-
red before her birthdate.
The "Brausebad" (shower),
which was used as a decoy to
get inmates to enter, ultimately
to be gassed, was just a bare
room. Further in were the ovens
themselves, standing there so
benignly as though they once
had baked bread.
OVERHEAD were solid beams
with hanging cord where,-1
learned for the first time, some
inmates were hung to death,
perhaps simultaneously with the
burning of others. The clatter
of wooden boots suddenly sound-
ed echoingly, and for a frighten-
ing moment I thought it was
the SS coming, but it was just
the police guard having a look
around.
There were faint scratchings
on the wall, and I didn't bother
to read them because I knew
what they would say. The cam-
era clicked repeatedly, and I
tried to personalize this, in the
Germany I knew after the war
as a soldier, in the memory of
two of my late wife's sisters,
one of whom was killed in
Auschwitz.
I BECAME impatient and
wanted to leave, uncomfortable
and frightened in the square,
bare block buildings, but I had
to wait until the pictures were
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taken. The interest superseded
my needs, although I asked for
one special shot.
Outside, there were now two
German guards, one young, one
older, a Czech. We talked, and
the Czech said he had been a
Continued on Following Page
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Germans Forgetting Dachau?
Continued from Preceding Page
POW in the Soviet Union dur-
ing the war, as though that
would get my sympathy.
The young man was from Da-
chau and said all this had hap-
pened before he was born and
knew nothing of the times. The
older cop said, "We knew no-
thing. Those who did and talked,
ended up here."
HE WANTED to put a happy
note on the proceedings. "Three
of them stayed on in Dachau
and became rich." I thought I
heard a familiar theme. "Jew?"
"No," he said. "Communists.
They made business. But one
died recently from too much
drinking." We talked on farther.
The afternoon was drawing to
an end. The camp closed at five,
and it was a quarter to.
I looked for my friend who
was nowhere to be seen. I look-
ed down the long grey field
where the barracks once stood
and became scared all over
again as if the jack-boots would
suddenly appear, and I would
be locked in, to remain and suf-
fer the same fate, with body as
well as mind.
FINALLY, running and cam-
era swinging, my friend appear-
ed, and we left the camp.
I took one last look. It was
cold with unremembered his-
tory, and I said, one must do
this again and again and keep
this death alive.
We walked to the car, and
across the lot was a ball field
where some young Germans
were playing soccer as if no-
thing had ever happened.
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