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Uewisli Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 48 Number 49
Miami, Florida Friday, December 5, 1975
By Mail 50c. rWo Sections. Price 25 renn
Jakobovits
Going To
Visit Russia
lon:x'.\' '.it.-u chid'
Rabbi Immanuel Jakobovits
of the British Commonwealth
will visit the Soviet Union
for 10 days this month at
the invitation of the Moscow
Synagogue congregation and
a wide range o!" other .Jew-
ish groups in the USSR.
His visit will mark the
first time that a religious
leader ot a Jewish commu-
nity outside the Communist
has been invited to the
Dviet Union.
THE ANNOUNCEMENT said
that Rabbi Jakobovits "hopes
'to visit a number of cent :rs in-
cluding Moscow Leningrad md
Kiev." He told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency, "I hope to
meet as wide a spectrum of
Russian Jews as possible."
The British (.hut Kabbi. who
is 64, has been active on be-
half of Soviet Jews seel-ins to
emigrate as well as for the re-
ligious and civil rights of Jews
Who opt to stay in Russia.
"Our slogan for Soviet Jewry
\ should not be limited solely to
'let my people go' but 'let my
people live," he told reporters
recently
RABBI JAKOBOVITS said he
] believed that the bulk of So-
i \ iet Jews did not intend to
| leave and had to be provided
! for so a* t > he able to transmit
their Jewish I. itage to their
children
In tlu't e'"-.i: .i. p '
tested the rest.ictions
on Jewish si a... ;;ul (.os/: .-
anccs by the Sav iet authorities
Continued on Page 3-A
JAN. 12 KANGAROO COURT IN QUESTION
RAB3I JAKOBOVITS
invitation from Moscow
12-PAGE STATEMENT
_______
Bishops
In Praise Of
Vatican 2
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA)
The National Conference of
Catholic Bishops voted 190-6 to
adopt a 12-page statement hail-
ing the results of the historic
changes in Jewish-Catholic rela-
tions effected by the Second
Vatican Council 10 years ago
and calling for further Catholic
action to advance "the fruitful"
communication.
The statement also contained
an acknowledgement of the Jew-
ish people's historic "bond" to
the land of Israel and called on
Catholics "to understand this
Continued on Page 15-A
MEXICO'S JEWS REPORT:
No \rw Rise in Hostility
MEXICO CITY (JTA) Former President Mi-
uel Alcmtn assured a Jewish delegation at his home
*re that Mexico's vote in favor of the anti-Zionist res-
olution in the UN General Assembly did not reflect a
lostile position toward Israel or the Jewish people.
1 Aleman who is presently chairman of the National
Tourism Council, invited local Jewish leaders to dinner
at his home.
THE GUESTS included Simon Feldman, president
of the Ashkenazic community; Sergio Nudelstejer, sec-
retary general of the Central Jewish Committee; and
Continued on Page 2-A
Israel to Shun Debate
Peres: Syria Unreliable 8-A
Plea to Ford 15-A
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel will not
cooperate with the special session on the
Mideast called by the Security Council for Jan.
12, the government decided in an extraordi-
nary meeting Monday which lasted six and
a hall hours.
An official communique published follow-
ing the Cabinet meeting said the government
negated the linkage between the decision to
extend the UNDOF mandate, and "foreign ele-
Continued on Page 6-A
Changes in Res. 242 Will Take
Us Off the Hook, Rabin Declares
Syria's Last-Minute Demands 3-A
New Golan Settlements 6-A
No Negotiations Without PLO 9-A
Navon in Warning 9-A
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA) Premier Yitzhak Rabin has
served notice that any changes in the texts of Security
Council Resolutions 242 and 338 or in the letters of invita-
tion to the Geneva peace conference on the Middle East
would automatically release Israel from all of its obligations
under those resolutions. Resolutions 242 and 338 provide
the framework for the Geneva conference and for the 1974
disengagement agreements on the Syrian and Egyptian
fronts.
Rabin delivered his warn-
ing in an address at the an-
nual Nov. 29 (Palestine Par-
tition Day) luncheon tend-
ered by local editors and
the Foreign Press Associa-
tion here. It was aimed at
the current attempts to in-
Continued on Page 3-A
SURVIVAL AT STAKE
Blackmail
Surrender
UNITED NATIONS
(JTA) In a statement
Sunday night after the se-
curity council adopted a
resolution extending the
mandate of the United Na-
tions disengagement ob-
server force on the Golan
Heights and calling for the
participation of the PLO in
a Mideast debate at the
council next January,
Chaim Herzog, Israel's Am-
bassador to the United Na-
tions, said the resolution is
"a surrender to Syrian
blackmail and Soviet dic-
tates."
A Third Way for Brazil's Zionists
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
NEW YORK (JTA) The
survival of Brazil's Jewish com-
munity depends on finding a
"third way" between an estab-
lishment dedicated to preserv-
ing the status quo and young
people who are deserting the
community in reaction against
this, according to Rabbi Henry
I. Sobel, of Sao Paulo.
The 31-year-old rabbi of Con-
gregacao Israelita Paulista is
dedicated to finding this third
way and hopes other rabbis and
Jewish leaders inside and out-
side of Brazil will join in the
effort.
SOBEL'S viewpoint can be
seen in the theme of the lecture
he is giving in several Amer-
ican cities as part of the United
Jewish Appeal's lecture series
of voung people speaking on
global Jewish issues. His theme
is "Zionism as the unity of the
Jewish people by securing the
center of our lives in Israel and
by developing to the fullest
Jewish survival and Jewish life
outside of Israel."
In an interview with the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency at the
UJA's national headquarters
here, Sobel indicated that the
problem of Jewish survival in
Brazil stems not from anti-
Semitism but from the well-
being of the Jewish community.
"Anti-Semitism is not part of
the Brazilian tradition," he
stressed.
THERE are no barriers to
Jews in any segment of Bazilian
life, the rabbi stressed em-
phatically. He said Jews have
risen to high levels in every
sphere of Brazilian society and
for the most part belong to the
upper middle class. For this rea-
son, he said, they support the
status quo. including the pres-
ent military government in
Brazil.
Sobel stressed that Brazil's
support of the United Nations
General Assembly resolution
equating Zionism with racism
was "exclusively a pragmatic
Continued on P;ige 13-A
SHOUK HASHALOM' TO ATTRACT SOUTH FIORIPIANS
Israeli Expo Opens on Miami Beach
i
Related Stcries Sec. B
Jerusalem's street shops
kd stalls (shouks) are the
feature of the Shouk Ha-
ahalom the Marketplace
of Peace at Temple Beth
Sholom's Israeli Expo, which
J$ on Saturday at 7:30
Jb and will be open from
-Sunday through Thursday,
Dec. 11, from 10 a.m. to 11
p.m.
The shouks will offer jew-
elrv, pottery, fabrics and
fashions, rugs, wall hang-
ings, and many other items
all imported especially
from Israel. There will be
cultural and educational ex-
hibits, films, lectures, sound-
and-light shows, demonstra-
tions in jewelrymaking and
stonesetting, as well as art
by Moshe Gat, sculpture by
Bez Alel and continuous en-
tertainment in coffee houses
and in a nightclub.
ISRAEL CONTINUES to grow
as an international haute-cou-
ture center, and the Expo will
present fashions by Rojy Ben
Joseph of Rikma Caftans and
by model-turned-jeans-designer
Avi Morki, as well as those of
Maskit, of which Ruth Dayan
is president.
The caftan, a traditional Mid-
dle Eastern costume, is fre-
quently worn by Western worn-
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Syrians Wanted Res. 242 Out-PLO In liWon**
By DAVID LANDAU
And GIL SEDAN
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JERUSALEM (JTA;
insisted that t: e UN S
Council replace its Resolutions
142 and 333 a- i i framework
lor a neg'-'tnua peace settle-
r.tnt in the Middle East with a
\ formula acceptable to I
[I istine Liberation Organization.
Pw/ That was the condition Syria
tried to attach to its agreement
to extend the mandate of the
United Nations Disencag<
Observers Force (UNDOF) on
the Golan Heights which expir-
ed Sunday, it was learned here
iollowing two hours of talks be-
tween UN Secretary General
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So Are We
Rabin
Continued from Pafe 1-A
volve the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization directly in
the Middle East peace talks,
a condition demanded by
Syria for agreeing to the
extension of the United Na-
tions Disengagement Observ-
ers Force (UNDOF) on the
Golan Heights which expir-
ed Monday.
RABIN INDICATED that if
there were any linkage be-
tween renewal of the UNDOF
mandate and any other matter.
Israel might renounce resolu-
tions 242 and 338.
He repeated Israel's unquali-
fied refusal to deal with the
'^LO under any circumstances
* and reiterated Israel's position
/ that the Palestinian question
can be dealt with only in the
framework of peace negotia-
tions with Jordan.
Rabin said flatly that Israel
had no interest in any deal UN
Secretary General Kurt Wald-
heim might nave made with
Syrian President Hafez Assad
whom he visited in Damascus
last week that would include a
reference to the Palestinians m
a resolution extending UNDOF.
He said any such linkage
would be a \iolation of the
agreed framework for negotia-
tions and would smack of an
uilposed solution.
HE SAID that Israel, which
agreed to a six-month exten-
sion of UNDOF. would be pre-
pared to attend a reconvened
Mideast peace conference aft-
er Syria agreed to a similar ex-
tension without conditions.
He charged that Damascus'
introduction of the Palestinian
issue into the UNDOF nvtter
was part and aarcel of a Sonet-
Svrian strategy aimed ap inst
Israel and against the Is'-ieli-
Egyptian interim accord snned
last September and was a >lat-
ant attempt to dictate the t rms
for peace talks next year.
Kurt Waldheim and top Israeli
leaders.
VYALDHE.M ARRIVED here
from Damascus and immedi-
ately want into conference with
Foreign Minister Yigal Allon.
They were joined by Premier
Yitzhak Rabin and Defense
Minister Shimon Peres.
Waldheim told reporters aft-
erwardl that "It is very deli-
cate situation and qo not want
to comment before this phase is
over."
Hi. then returned to Damas-
cus for further meetings with
Syrian President Hafez Assad
to clarify a number of points."
Waldheim remarked that it
was still "premature" to ex-
press confidence that Syria
would agree to extend the UN-
DOF mandate. He said "there
are differences" between Israel
and Syria on the matter which
required him to return to Da-
mascus.
It was learned that the Syr-
apparently told Waldheim
that they were dissatisfied with
the present stats of affairs in
iddle East. They report-
felt that Resolutions -42
338 which Syria has
never acceptedfailed to break
the :--.' >asse end the Geneva
. ni ".- was not convened as
a result.
THEREFORE, ir.e Syrians
suggested a new framework for
Middleast negotiations to be
formulated by the Security
Council, acceptable to the PLO
and opening the way for its
participation in the Geneva
talks.
Israt.'s leaders, however, re-
portedly made it clear to Wald-
heim that Israel was determin-
ed not to participate in any
forum at which the PLO was
present and that it regarded
extension of the UNDOF man-
date a matter completely inde-
pendent of any other possible
developments.
The news Waldheim brought
from Damascus surprised some
circles here who were appar-
ently convinced that the Secre-
tary General had succeeded in
gaining Syria's assent to renew-
al of the UNDOF mandate,
conditional on improved pro-
Columnist Wilson
Slaps at Sinatra
NEW YORK (JTA) Earl Wilson, the syndi-
cated columnist, took what appears to be a slap at those
who prefer to help Israel while ignoring the fiscal plight
of New York. In his column last Friday. Wilson noted
that Frank Sinatra pledged to buy $250,000 worth of
State of Israel Bends at a tribute to Billy Weinberger,
president of Caesar's Palace, the famed resort hotel in
Las Vegas. In parenthesis, in the report, Wilson asked:
"Hey, Frank, how you fixed for NY City bonds?
spects for further diplomatic
movement in the region.
LDHEIM LATER went to
Beirut and to Cairo prior to
his second Damascus visit.
Il was understood that Is-
to Wald-
that Israel does not ac-
cept the Nov. 10 resolution o(
the UN General Assembly in-
viting the PLO to participate in
any Mideast peace forums and
will not cooperate with any
committee set up by the Gen-
erl Assembly, in accordance
with another resolution, to
oversee implementation of the
rights of the Palestinians.
The Israelis were also be-
lieved to have protested sharp-
ly to Waldheim over the mur-
der of three Israeli students on
the Golan Heights by Arab ter-
rorists who infiltrated Israeli
lines with the apparent help
and knowledge of the Syrian
army.
EARLIER, Allon expressed
regret that Waldheim had met
with PLO chieftain Yasir Ara-
fat in Damascus. He said the
meeting only encouraged ex-
tremism and was especially in-
sensitive on Waldheim's part
following the Golan Heights
murders.
The Secretary General report-
edly explained that he did not
initiate the meeting with Arafat
but that the General Assembly
had decided that such contacts
should take place.
Say Hanged
Man Hanged
ISTERDAM (JTA)
authorities continue to
withhold any evidence to sub-
stantiate their claim that Alex-
ander Aharonson is still alive.
The Dutch-born Jew, sen-
tenced to death by a Baghdad
military tribunal as an alleged
Israeii spy, was reported by the
Iraqi news agency to have been
hanged last month. Official
Iraqi sources deny that the ex-
ecution has taken place.
THE INTERNATIONAL Red
Cross Committee reported today
that it has been trying for a
week without success to get
permission for ? Red Cross rep-
resentative to visit Aharonson.
The Dutc' Embassy in Bagh-
dad was similarly denied per-
mission to see Aharonson. The
Iraqi Embassy in The Hague
refused to accept a gift parcel
from Aharonson's mother on
grounds that the prisoner was
"an enemy of Iraq" and there-
fore not entitled to any parcels
or assistance.
The Dutch Foreign Minister
has summoned the Iraqi Charge
d'Affairs for another meeting
to clarify Aharonson's fate.
AT A previous meeting, the
Iraqi official insisted that the
death sentence on Aharonson
had not been carried out.
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Friday, December 5, 1975
'Shouk Hashalom'
One of the most exciting prejwinter events in th^
South Florida community calendar is "Shouk Hasha-
lom," Temple Beth Sholom's Israeli Expo, which opens
this weeknd and will run through Dec. 11.
The event is expected to attract as many as 100,000
persons and will feature products imported from Israel
such as jewelry, pottery, fabrics, fashions and art.
But 'Shouk Hashalom" is more than just a market-
place for Israel-made products as exciting as that in
itself will be. "Shouk Hashalom" will also be the con-
tinuous presentation of cultural and educational exhib-
its, films, lectures, and light-and-sound shows all
designed to give visitors the next best experience to
traveling to Israel on their own.
Against this backdrop of wares and culture will be
entertainment, including the appearance at the "Khan"
nightclub and three coffeehouses of some of Israel's top
film and singing stars.
'Shouk Hashalom"the "Marketplace of Peace*'
should be a joyous occasion for all South Flondians as
they visit in coffee houses like "Dizengoff Square" and
nneret" set up in the gardens of Temple Beth Sho-
lom, viewing Israel as a creative nation of joy and ex-
pectation a nation of which all of us will be privi-
leged to be a part for a few days.
Toward the PLO
There can be no doubt that United States policy
is drawing us closer and closer to recognition of the
Palestine Liberation Organization and "Palestinian
rights" in the Middle East.
If nothing else, the Saunders paper proves that.
What is important to understand in this regard is
the administration's tactic in achieving this end. It is a
tactic of isolation ultimately intended to lead to par-
tition.
First, there was the Israel-Egypt disengagement,
with the unreserved Kissinger promise of goals limited
to that move only. But almost instantly, Egypt's Anwar
Sadat arrived in the U.S. as a guest of President Ford
and the Secretary of State, an occasion he promptly
exploited with unprecedented attacks on a third country
Israel.
Not only did administration officials not object,
but their silence was construed as tacit accord, thus
serving notice that the limited goals agreement involv-
ing the Israel-Egypt disengagement was not limited at
all, but merely the first step in a well-orchestrated
administration plan piecemeal to strip Israel of every
tactical advantage in future Mideast negotiations.
The Price We Pay
Now, we have the second step: Syria's "agreement"
to a six-month extension of UNDOF as if there was
a single soul around who didn't know how such typical
Syrian "cliff-hangers" always turn out.
Almost from the days of Km. 101, it was clearly un-
derstood that Israel would have to make concessions in
the Sinai, but no more than "cosmetic changes" on
Golan.
As of the Security Council resolution of this week,
not so anymore, and the U.S. is a part, and a vital part,
of this ever-widening avenue of demands on Israel she
will be expected to meet with ever-widening concessions.
At issue now, as the Syrians see it as the price Israel
must pay for her "acceding" to the UNDOF extension,
are the Palestinians, whom Israel declares she will not
negotiate with an Israeli pronouncement of policy
with which President Ford has steadfastly agreed, until
now.
Suddenly, this is not true, either. Suddenly, we're
all for a Palestinian state on the West Bank not under
Jordanian hegemony or federated to Israel, but a new
and independent state to serve as one more enemy of
Israel.
That is what the Saunders paper was all about
a paper Kisinger denied knowledge of and President
Ford initially repudiated.
Oil in Our Eye
In such an atmosphere of outright administration
lies, all of them designed to nickel-and-dime Israel into
a geographic sliver, what is forgotten is the upshot of
it all.
In our haste to support the Palestinians, we don't
seem to recognize what we are supporting.
Who is Yasir Arafat? A self-professed Marxist of
the Muscovite school who has triumphed over his near-
est contender, George Habash, a self-professed Marxist
of the Maoist school.
What is Syria, the newest coTite^d^r^aifirajainst.is-^
rael, which we have already begim tor support in this
stripping away process? Syria is President Assad, and'
President Assad is the Ba'ath Party, a compromise po- '
litical organization waiting to consolidate its frank
Communist intentions.
Where are we going? Right now," alT we've got' is
oil in our eye, and apparently we still don't see.
The Dinosaurs of Diplomacy
"WHEN ALL the dust settles
preparatory to the 1976
presidential campeign in earn-
est. I hope someone begins
pinning back the ears of the
Republicans with something of
the gusto the Republicans
evinced iii the good old days
when they pinned Democratic
ears back with chaiges of soft-
ness on Communism
The GOP maae this their
single solitary issue in presi-
dential campaigns on both a
Mindlin
federal and state level from the
Truman administration for-
ward.
IN FACT, starting in the
early 1950s, it was one Richard
Nixon who fashioned a Quasi-
modo career out of it to the ex-
clusion of everything else.
And who, at the height of his
powvr, reversed his field in a
biilliaol flash of expediency
and bjcame more chummy with
tie Communist! than anyone
pre' iously uared on Ca-
ll!'! where else.
is important now not
only h.-cau'-e President Fc
ne to hir.a on a sefl
leas mis irt to saj h<
ri the car" :
' i heavy J .
ntha ahead.
ii i< : trtant b
fro ALT t
naval acci leqt in thi
an .. other
agoing
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fun e h en
nm-jnists as
: of course.
IV -. i' Republicans
Demi ci at c
the] dked about l
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tussky traitors" (a
N : onism of those g
da: -
IVhai ill the Democrats
S3' ii of trr Republicans i
with the GOP :
sul en ience if
ooaequiou
fore : Brezhnev beetle -
ny contemptuo
of Maoist mummyism?
I DARESAY nothing ind
thai will infuriate me. It is not
that I need vengeance.
Continued on Page l.VA
The General Assembly of the
Council of Jewish Federations
anj Welfare Funds went pretty
much as expected dull and
uneventful, not even the usual
hair-raising speeches and dis-
cussions about the need to edu-
cate the Jewish populace.
There was a demonstration at
the banquet by students from
New York "a handful," they
were described in the press
to demand that more money be
spent on education, poor Jews,
Jewish activism and Soviet
Jewry.
IN CONTRAST with previous
years, when Jewish youth be-
came visible at these assemblies,
little attention was paid to the
demonstration or to the pres-
ence of young people in the
lobbies and there seemed to
be more boos than handclaps in
acknowledgment of the pres-
ence of our future leaders.
While it would not be fair to
summarize the total accomplish-
ment of the Assembly in the
same terms as the greeting ac-
corded youth more boredom
than concern, the deja vu I felt
at the UAHC convention a week
earlier the people I spoke
with felt they had wasted valu-
able time despite the pleasure
with Miami weather and the
hospitality of the local host
committee.
About the only issue that
seemed to generate excitement
was the speech by the new
CJWF president, Jerrold Hoff-
berger, at the banquet which
was described as rambling, bor-
ing and only interesting because
it violated tradition by being
made at all.
ONE OF the facts that is be-
gin(pftg*to dawn on those who
come to these assemblies in the
hope of accomplishing meaning-
ful "reform" in the way that
Federations operate is that each
local Federation is free to ap-
propriate money for those is-
sues which it prefers and is not
bound by any resolutions the
General Assembly passes.
Protesters and paper readers
at seminars make headlines by
speaking of Jewish survival in
terms of the need to educate
Jews but. as one knowledgable
spokesman has put it. the As-
sembly's major function is to
advise and consult on how best
to raise funds and any diver-
sion from that purpose is just
that a diversion which takes
up valuable time.
THERE continues, among the
professional leaders of the
various major federations, the
feeling that thev have gone ;i<
far ;is they wish or can in suo-
po't of Jewish education with-
out taking it over completely
from the synagogues or the
various ideological groups
which support their own
schools.
In a report documenting the
increase in support 300 per-
cent in the past eight years
the Committee on Federation
Planning for Jewish Education
stressed that such efforts wcri.
continuing.
Rut to what end. ask those
who believe the limit has been
reached? If it is Jewish survival
through Jewish commitment
which comes from Jewish edu-
cation, forget it well, almost
SAM COHEN, the assistant
director of the Detroit Federa-
tion, one of the most powerful
in the country, told it like ft-
looks to the pragmatic profes-
sional at a session during the
1972 Assembly, and he hasn't
changed his mind in speaking
with him here:
"My own observation is that,
in fact, there is just a feeble
correlation between the amount
and mode of one's Jewish edu-
cation and his commitment to
what I call Jewish community."
The logical conclusion
this former Miamian is that we
not make the mistake of "equ
ing what we now call Jewish
education as the substance of
Jewish identity (or) imply-
ing that men and women
have not themselves benefited
from huge doses of Jewish edu-
cation are hardly committed to,
or barely qualified, for leader-
ship roles no matter how much
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'Editorial' on N.Y. Troubles Shocks Reader
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EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
As a subscriber to The Jew-
ish Floridian, we were absolute-
ly shocked at your editorial of
November 7, 1973, implying pre-
judicial motives on the part of
the President in his economic
decision not to help New York
City and the implied prejudice
in the recent Presidential cabi-
net shifts.
Economists and political ob-
servers at all levels see both of
these issues as very deep and
involved complex matters hav-
ing very complex bases of
origin. There is certainly and
absolutely no indication in Mr.
Ford's past performance, his
own personal life, or in any-
thing that he has done to imply
prejudicial cause for such ac-
tion.
IT MIGHT interest you to
know that Mr. Arthur Burns
who is a very active member of
the Jewish community of Wash-
ington. D.C., and president of
the Federal Reserve System,
completely agreed with Mr.
Ford's action and felt that any
other action would be eco-
nomically extremely unsound
for the United States. This eco-
nomic position was also shared
by many other Jewish econom-
ists, other political observers
and individuals educated in the
field of economics.
For your newspaper to insert
the question of prejudice in
these matters is to do a great
injustice to t ;i"'es in-
volved and als I >ur read-
ers.
I would highly recommend
that your rev i torial
position in thi< I con-
sider these is in the
mature and sophisticated man-
ner that they deserve.
JEROME S. REICH, M.D.
No. Miami Beach
EDITOR'S NOTE: The "edi-
torial" to which Reader Reich
refers is not an editorial at all
but a column by Edward Cohen
entitled "Political War Against
New York." From our point of
view. Columnist Cohen has a
perfect right to express his
opinion on New York's w
any other matter whether oi
not it agrees with our own. Dr.
Reich's. President Ford's, or Ar-
thur Burns'. If Reader Keich is
of another mind, then he should
'address his disagreement to
Columnist Cohen.
OUR
READERS
WRITE
"Let Thy Wmb Be Brief
Koheleth (EccUtuutes)
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Mindlin, however, briefly
hinted at but missed the point.
Among Jews the fear of being
political in contemporary Amer-
ican society goes much deeper.
It is a fear of being embar-
rassed by one's past refusal to
accept the basis of our identity
as a human being.
A JEW suddenly thrust into
the position of having to deny
or atfirm his/her Jewish iden-
tity after years of trying to hide
it is simply embarrassed that
the confrontation was not self-
imposed sooner. Whether we
like it or not, the reality is that
the overwhelming majority of
contemporary American Jewry.
despite Israel, desires to remain
Jewishly anonymous.
Still I cannot paint as trim
a picture as Mr. Mindlin's fala-
fel battle would have us believe.
'I he small grcup of Jewish
students at Miaim-Dade's south
campus who were actively in-
volved in what Mindlin failed
to say was an International Cul-
tural Bazzar, courageously and
firmlv ct"<>' "n to th Kis~
EDITOR. The Jewish Flo-: :
I must agree with
of Leo Mindlin's article enl thl
"Afraid of Our P '',n '
that appeared in the N ?j
issue. To one -
who daily works n '
campus, the f / oi political
involvement is went.
It is an e- '' soair"
provoking situati hi I tlbwmg on
the heels of I tivist-laden
60s.
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erian administration and the
demands of the Palestinians.
THEY STOPPED short only
of instigating a fist fignt over
the ''even-handed" retusal of
the College's administration to
enforce its own rules.
I must reemphasize that these
Jewish students were not con-
tent with falafel as ammunition,
hut stronelv and firmlv held
their ground and voiced their
objections to a hostile group of
Arab stiH?"*8. Hellenized Jew-
ish administrators, and non-
Jewish procurators. I highly
commend them for the strength
and courage that they exhibited
in the mature, responsible way
that they responded to the sit-
uation.
GEOFFREY LEVINE
Hillel Director
Miami-Dade
Community College
EDITOR'S NOTE: No amount of
ex-post-facto interpretation of
Leo Mindlin's column can
change what he said, and
what he said was directed at
a decision made by a Jewish
dean not at the Jewish
students or their falafel.
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Whereas nothing I sav Ivre
in Broward Connie will und
the hundreds of years of con-
flict between Arabs and Jews.
I would like to my
empathy with the Jewish com-
munity which is un lersi ndflbly
in anguish over the unjustified
United Nations resolution equat-
ing Zionism with racism.
Zionism is not only not -
ism. it has been a counter-
reaction to racism, an opening
up of the gates of Israel to pro-
vide refuge to persons of the
Jewish Faith who have been
victims of discrimination
throughout the four corners of
the earth.
I am pleased that the United
States backed Israel on this
moral issue and hope that this
trend will continue when moral
issues involving African nations
come before us.
SHELDON H. ALLWOOD
Executive Director
Broward County Office of
Community Relations
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
In the light of the insane
United Nations General Assem-
bly vote equating Zionism with
racism, Jewish tourists should
boycott vacationing in the three
western hemisphere nations
(other than the Russian colony
of Cuba) which voted for the
resolution.
There are many other vaca-
tion spots in the world to tour
besides Mexico, Brazil, and the
Island of Grenada.
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Friday, December 5, 19f5
Pound Devalued In
Fourth Adjustment
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Israeli pound was
devalued again by 1.5 percent from seven Pounds to
the dollar to 7.1 (seven Pounds ten agorot). It was the
fourth such minor devaluation in accordance with the
government's "creeping devaluation" policy.
Government officials said the devaluation would
not cause rises in food prices or in public transporta-
tion fares.
BUT THIS stability, it is understood, will be short-
lived because the treasury is planning massive cuts in
the subsidies on basic provisions and public transport.
The plan is due to be discussed by the full cabinet short-
ly, having already been approved in outline by the Min-
isterial Economics committtee.
Overall it involves a slash of IL 1.5 billion from the
government's present IL 4 billion subsidies bill. Treas-
ury boss Yehoshua Rabinowitz insists that the national
budget next fiscal year must not exceed IL 86 billion.
Since the total of the separate budget estimates sub-
mitted by the ministries exceeds IL 92 billion, drastic
cuts must be made, says Rabinowitz, and the subsidies
cuts are among these measures.
IN PRACTICE, it will mean a 40 percent rise in
the prices of basic commodities, a thirty percent rise
in public transport fares, and a twenty percent rise in
meat and poultry prices.
For example, a standard loaf of bread now costing
85 agorot will cost IL 1.20, a litre of milk will go up
from IL 1.60 to IL 2.25, chicken from IL 10 pounds to
IL 12 a kilo, a Tel Aviv-to-Jerusalem bus ticket from
IL 9.50 to IL 12.50.
4 New Settlements
On Golan Heights
JERUSALEM (JTA) Reports leaked oufchere
from government circles that the establishmentTo^faur
new settlements on the Golan Heights was being con-
templated.
The issue, it is understood, came up.at the Cabinet
meeting, but no full discussion was held and no deci-
sion taken. Tourism Minister Moshe Kol of the Inde-
pendent Liberal Party, usually a dove, favored the four
settlements, and it was understood that, he raised the
issue in the Cabinet.
He is said to have argued that a decision on the
settlements would be the appropriate reaction to the
Ramat Magshimim attack.
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ments" which were incorporated into that de-
cision.
HOWEVER, the communique read, Is-
rael would continue to honor the existence of
UNDOF on the basis of the separation of forc-
es agreement, which, the communique stressed,
was still valid.
So was, it said, the commitment to avoid
terror action across the separation lines, and
Israel regarded Svria responsible for the im-
plementation of the agreement.
The communique further read that Israel
would take the necessary security measures
along the northern border. In that context the
Ministerial Settlements committee was au-
thorized to decide on additional Israeli settle-
ments on the Golan.
Israel warned that the Security Council
action of Sundey mif ht jeopardize the peace
effort* in the area. Israel, for her part, con-
tinued to base her policy on Security Council
Resolutions 242 and 338.
THE COMMUNIQUE quoted the recent
Knesset decision that Israel would not nego--
tiite with the terror organizations, nor would
s.ie participate in the Geneva conference, if
file PLO were invited.
The Cabinet decision was reached unani-
mously, the government secretary said.
3ut it was learned that differences of
r.pinion were voiced in the long debate, and
fi' e do- ish ministers suggested to link Israeli
recognition of the PLO with a recognition by
the PLO of Israel.
A decision on that proposal was post-
poned.
Franco
Mourned
PARIS (JTA) A delega-
tion representing Spain's Jews
participated in the funeral rites
for General Franco in Madrid
The delegation marched by the
casket in which the late lead-
er's body lay in state in Madrid
The Spanish Jewish commu-
nity held an extraordinary meet-
ing in Madrid and afterward
cabled condolences to Franco's
widow, to the new King and to
the Regency Council.
THESE CABLES recall the
special relationships established
by Franco with the Spanish
Jews and his open gate policy
during the second World War
enabling many Jewish refugees
to flee to Spain.
The head of the Madrid Jew-
ish community, Pedro Haliava.
has called on the King as he
recsTje#tvfMesentatives of var-
iousTirotessronal and religious
groups at the Royal Palace.
The community was invited
to send a representative to the
enthronization ceremony but
refrained from doing so as it
took place on Saturday.
Members of the Madrid Jew-
ish community told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that the
Spanish Jewish community re-
acted "calmly" to Franco's
death and are "alert" to any
new developments which might
affect them.
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NEW YORK tJTA)
In a further step toward fa-
cilitating American invest-
ment in Israel, U.S. Secre-
tary of the Treasury Wil-
liam E. Simon and Israel
Ambassador Simcha Dinitz
have signed a tax treaty
which specifically benefits
American companies invest-
ing in Israel.
The signing of this treaty
signifies the implementation
of another phase of the
American-Israel joint state-
ment signed May 12, 1975,
by Simon and Israel Minis-
ter of Finance, Yehoshua
Rabinowitz.
THE TREATY will be sent on
to congress for approval. It pro-
vides for the following change
in the present tax structure:
American firms investing
in Israel will now be protected
from double taxation;
Withholding taxes on prof-
its of American firms in Israel
will be limited to 15 percent;
Grants given to American
investors by the Israel govern-
ment will not be recognized as
income by the United States.
This is especially significant in
light of the large number and
high volume of grants given by
Israel tc the U.P
THE TAX treaty, together
with Israel's recent free trade
agreement with the Common
Market, signals a new potential
for Israel to attract American
industrial investment.
The agreement between Is-
rael and the European Eco-
nomic Community calls for a
gradual phasing out of customs
duties, with Israeli products en-
tering the Common Market tot-
ally duty free by July. 1977.
An initial 60 percent reduc-
tion in customs duties on all
Israeli industrial exports to
Common Market countries took
effect .'uly 1, 1975. The agree-
ment a'so provides protection
of the Israel market from Euro-
pean import competition until
1989.
THE NET effect of these two
agreements will be, according
to one Israel government of-
ficial, to "bring American in-
dustry location in Israel closer
to the Common Market than it
located within the Common
Market itself.
"That is, for a company seek-
ing European, as well as U.S.
markets, it will be more profit-
able to locate in Israel and sell
to the Common Market than to
be located within the Common
Market.
This favorable position, ac-
cording to the Israel govern-
Peres Warns Israel Can
Go Without Syria-Or VIS
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) If
Syria shows that she cannot be
relied upon to keep commit-
ments, and does not carry the
disengagement agreement in
practice, the agreement will be-
come a worthless piece of pa-
per, Defense Minister Shimon
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the Israel government, com-
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pean government. In addition,
as a result of this new treaty,
American investors in Israel will
be free from double taxation,
and will be guaranteed of
withholding tax not greater than
15 percent.
Special business packagt
offered by the bract govern-
ment to investors, whereby the
government finances up to 70
percent of investment capital i
needed for fixed assets 30 I
percent as a grant and 40 per-
cent in long term low interest
loans. The government also pro-
vides working capital loans at |
6 percent, and finances up ro
50 percent of research and de-
velopment;
Protection of local market,
until 1989 from European pro-
ducts, while a U.S. companv
based on the Common Market
has no protection on its local
base-land market.
There are currently several
hundred U.S. companies en-
gaged in manufacturing ac-
tivities in Israel, including 23 of
Fortune magazine's top-ranked
250. Israel government officials
report that they expect a great
increase in U.S. industrial in-
volvement over the next few
years as a result of these new
agreements.

Peres has told the Knesset.
In a debate over the terrorist
attack on Ramat Magshimim.
Peres said Israel held Syria ful-
lv resoonsible for the attack. He
said the Syrians had always had
far greater control over incur-
sions across the Demarcation
lines than the Lebanese govern-
ment, for example.
WHENEVER she wished, he
said, she prevented incidents.
At other times she ignored or
even encuraged them.
Peres said Syrian observation
posts were located along the
area were the Bandits crossed
to Ramat Magshimim, and it
was simply not possible to do
so without the knowledge of the
Syrian army.
When Israel signed the disen-
gagement agreement 18 months
ago, Peres said, she had nit
done so out of a sense of weak-
ness but with th. intention of
keeping both the spirit and let-
ter of the accord. However, not
at any price, Peres said.
ISRAELI settlements were
now on the Golan because when
t i hv wi- ill -.ti m
hands there was no peace for
the Israeli settlements at the
foot of the heights, Peres said.
An Israeli Exposition!
A Festival of Fun for the Family!
Sing, dance,
cat, drink,
browse, shop,
laugh, applaud
in the
marketplace
of peace.
Come ro the "Shouk HoShalom."The Morketplace
of Peace.
Walk the shopping streets of picturesque Jerusalem
os colorfully decorated shouks (booths) offer for sole
every imaginable Israeli import.
Jewelry, pottery, fabric and fashion.
Gifts, wall hangings and rugs.
Food and beverages too. From bagels ond falofel
to orange juice and pizza.
There will be cultural and educational exhibits
Rims, lectures, sound ond light shows.
A demonstration of the on of making gold filigree
jewelry. And the setting of Israeli stones.
Explore the work of mony Israeli artists. Featuring
"People of Israel," the portfolio of Moshe Got. our
orrist in residence 6 sculpture of Dez Alel.
Enjoy continuous Israeli entertainment. In coffee
houses.
Israel's number one rock star, 23-year-old Yemenite
Sobro, Igal Doshan. David Dor ond Edna Lev, in re
Club Khan at 1 p.m.-7 p.m-9p.m. doily.
And more.
Come to the "Shouk HaSholom." Come to the
marketplace of peace.
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CLUDKAHN: $3.00 per person^
J5SSL PASS: (6enerQl Admission) $5.00
CHILDREN: (2 ro13) Do,lyS 1.00
STUDENTS: (Wh ID.) Daily $1.50
at G|^ArxRAM CE GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS ARE AVA.LABLE
Ail Fron mcA?SH- MIAMI BEACH RADIO CO.
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Magen David Expects Entry
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NEW YORK (JTA) Is-
rael is expecting a "positive
movement" on its reauest that
the Red Magen David Society in
Israel be admitted into the
League of Red Cross Societies
when the issue comes up next
April at the diplomatic confer-
ence on Reaffirmation of Hu-
manitarian Law in Geneva.
This ontimistic outlook was
outlined here by Ambassador
Shabtai Rosenne, special advisor
to the executive committee of
the Red Magen David Society
in Israel, who has iust com-
pleted a three-week visit in the
United States as part of the So-
ciety's efforts to obtain admis-
sion into the League.
ROSENNE, a veteran Israeli
dinlomat. was assisted here by
the newly formed committee,
"Operation Recognition," which
is cochaired bv Senators Jacob
K. Javits fR. N.Y.) and Abraham
Ribicoff (D, Conn.l. and R^hbi
Rubin R. Dobin of New York.
"I found a great deal of svm-
pathv in Washington's official
circles and among officials of
No Parlev
Without PLO
- Allaf
By YITZHAK RAM
UNITED NATIONS
(J7A) The Middle East
debate opened here in the
General Assembly with a
harsh .?nd uncompromising
speech by Syria.
Ambassador Mouaffak El
Allaf of Svria declared that
Syria will not accent any
new nepotiatiens concerning
UN peace-keening forces un-
less thev ir.r'uded the Pales-
tinian question.
ALLAF SAID tint was the
reason Syria a-eed to the ex-
tension of the UN disenag-ment
obser-er force on the (.nan
Heights. He criticteed Israel for
r.-oardinu the extension oi
UNDOF as an end in ft**
rather than w a st-n. toward
lasting peace in the Middle East.
The Syrian Ambassador
charged that the United States
waaMuriM arms and economic
.id into Israel and criticized
what said wasthe Amerin
threats to withdraw from the
ON if anti-Israeli actions are
taken.
HE URGED the U.S. to in-
B^taraeltowUhdrawfrom
nized.
the American Red Cross, on Is-
rael's request that the Red
Magen David emblem be recog-
nized as the distinctive emblem
of Israel's medical services.
military and civilian." Rosenne
told the Jewish Telegraphic
Ag-ncy in an interview.
H" aided: "I also found (in
th" United States^ the willing-
ness to connerate in the attain-
. nt of f'lll rccocnition of the
\1-'" n Dwid emblem in the
context of the Geneva Com'en-
ti->nc At th" mme time, these
circles expres<;"d hope that a
satisfactory solution can soon
h" r^ch-H on th admission of
the Red Magen David Society
to the League of Red Cross So-
cieties." Rosenne was partic-
ularly gratified with the results
of the discussions he had with
the rpnresntatives of the Amer-
ican Red Cross.
DURING his visit to the U.S..
Rosenne went to major cities
across the country and also met
with scores of Jewish leaders
to explain the issue and its im-
portance to Israel.
Tv historv of the Red Magen
David Society's efforts to be-
come a League member beean
in the spring of 1949, at the first
diplomatic conference outside of
th United Nations at which Is-
raI was represented. The So-
rttv sought to havp the Red
Mooop David recognized as a
Hictinrt"** emblem alongside
t>io RpjJ Cram, the Red Crescent
PnH tho pod Lion and Sun, the
svmbol of Iran.
Israel's effort was rejected in
C. -novn that ve*- bv a aiority
of *>*"> vote and the Red Magen
r->"id was not included in the
list of recognized emblems.
NEVERTHELESS, later that
year, Israel signed the conven-
tions subject to the reservation
that it would use the Red Magen
David in Israel as its emblem
while fully respecting all other
emblems.' No objection is on
record to these reservations.
Navon Warns Israel
Must Accept PLO
JERUSALEM (JTA) Yitzhak Navon, chairman
of the Knesset's foreign affairs and security committee,
said here that Israel must be ready to negotiate with
any group of Palestinians that recognizes the Jewish
State, pledges to refrain from terrorist acts and accepts
Security Council Resolution 242 as the framework for
a negotiated peace settlement in the Middle East.
Navon is the only dove member of the Labor Align-
ment's former Rafi faction. He made his remarks in
connection with the so-called "Saunders papers," in
which Harold Saunders, U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary
of State for Middle Eastern Affairs, recently told a House
International Relations subcommittee that the Palestin-
ian question is "the heart of the Mideast problem" in
many cases."
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Mrs- Meir To Be Honored, As "^ompii of the Centiiry"
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South Florida will piay host
to GolJa M-ir. Uracl's fourth
Prhie Miriist::, the first worr-
an to ever hold the head cf
state position, when she rec.i -
es a special pi\.s.'n:.r.i n c>r-
memorating 25 y a s r Sttt3
cf Israel Bonds at the WjflMra
of the Century D::n;r en
Wecqesday. D_>c. 17, :n t
G-&nd Ballroo-i cf the Fon-
tair.ebleau Hot.il.
Th? dinner is th. ol
the National Israel Be-
Mjbilization ca^ra'g"! "i :>
reserved to those persons who
ha*-e purchas d and pa:J fo. a
minimum of SI.000 or more ::i
Is.-atJ Bends sine; S*?t. 5.
According to cinner chair-
man and general
(>r">nan P*obf-t L. Sisg I "
Meir's visit to South r'n-'"? i;
"one of the most significant
and hiitoiic events in the life
cf ou' community. Sho comes
l t.u spokesman cf Israel's
people -t a titie when a nation
\\". Bt.i efl fir paaC3 and a
, ..: 1 c>9>ist?nce is besi?g-
: h anti-Zimirn and 'in-
;.-->>-s' r?so!'ti ns by Third
v.",. id eountrids."
B the occa&ion of the offi-
cial co-e." ance of Israel BonJ's
er Anni ersa.y, people who
have purchased $25,000 worth
r. mars in 1975 will receive
:'-.t Pnme Minister's Club
fiwid an' sha-e the diis with
Mrs. Meir. Those community
kade~s incl'.d?: Joseph Apple-
hayn, f* is^s Berezdh in. Shep-
a i Broad. Hvnan Chabnjr,
im B. Chera'-ty, M*. Ross I
n Julius Darsky. Mr. and
c ro*etth M. Drexler, Ben
Fixman. Samuel N. Friodland.
Jcrrold F. Goodman. Nathan E.
Greenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Moses
Hornstein, Leonard L. Luria.
Allan Mirel. Herman Oberman.
Dr. Bernard Rachlin. Mr. and
Mrs. Mitchell Robin. Alexander
S. balz, Ruth Y. Schaffzin. Sol
J. Schreiber, Robert L. Siegel.
Harold blater. N'athan Slewett.
Don Soffer. Medardo Tuchman
jr"1 Nathan Winokur.
IMvitatiails to the dinner in-
GuC members ngprascngng
Uie Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization. Robert L. Siegel,
chairman South Broward Coun-
ty William Littman. chairman,
bJard of governors; North
Broward County. Robert M.
Hermann, chairman, board of
governors. Milton M. Parson
is executive director of the
South Florida israel Bor.J Or-
ganization.

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WATCH FOR THE ANNOUNCEMENT
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Mesivta Senior High To
Move to New Quarters
The Mesivta Senior High
School (the Louis Merwitzer
High ichool) will move into a
completely refirbished build-
i7 this month at 1965 Alton
Road.
Mesi' ta classes have been
rrld temporarily at the Youth
Center of Beth Israel Congre-
gation while the Alton Road
sit; was being completed. Me-
sivta president Joseph Bistritz
saii that the Alton Road build-
ing includes a dormitory for
students from outside the Mi-
ami area.
P incina! of the Mesivta is
Rabbi Mordecai Blumenfeld.
who joined the high school this
year after six years of teaching
at Yeshiva high schools in
Toronto and St. Louis. Execu-
tive director of the Mesivta is
Barush Fleischman, and Mrs.
Rose Kottler heads the general
studies program.
Marriott's Tennis Club has three economical
membership plans starting at just S50 a year. For
individuals, or families. One of them is just what
you've been looking for. With each membership
plan comes the use of our 11 all weather courts,
4 of them lit for night play. We have a complete
pro shop, too. And instructions are available from
our tennis pro. Check out all three of our member-
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holiday gift for your favorite tennis buff or
yourself.) Call Ms. Jan Cnerc- Tennis Director
at 649-5000 for the full love-ly deta-ls.
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hctel
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(305)649-5000
South Florida Welcomes GOLD A MEIR
Take part in this Special Tribute
to Israel's Former Prime Minister
and beloved Jewish Leader
at the
Woman of the Century
Dinner
Commemorating 25 Years
of Israel Bonds
Wednesday, December 17,1975
in the
Grand Ballroom Fontainebleau Hotel
Dinner: Seven o'clock $15.00 per person
Dress Optional
i
Dietary Laws
Admission by enrolling as a Shomrri Israel and Lending Israel
a minimum of $1,000 through State of Israel Bonds
For Prospectus: STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS. 420 Lincoln Road, Suite 2-A
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YavnehMourmSlainRdbbinicalStudents
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NEW YORK Ya%-neh, the
National Religious Jewish Stu-
dents Association, held a memo-
rial service at the Syrian Mis-
sion to the UN here in memory
of the three Israeli rabbinical
students who were brutally
murdered at the Rabbinical
Seminary in Ramat Hamagshi-
min in Israel bv PLO terrorists.
Rabbi Avy Weiss, a professor
at Stern College for Women and
rabbi of the Hebrew Institute
of Riverdale, directing his re-
marks to Syria and the nations
of the world, reminded them of
the biblical prophecy, proven
throughout history, that perse-
cution and anti-Semitism only
strengthen the unity and deter-
mination of the Jewish people.
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Feminist Critics Challenged
DALLAS An official of the
National Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods has labeled as
"materialistic" and contradic-
tory to the feminist concept of
varied options and roles for
women the denunciation bv the
National Orsnnbit'on of Wom-
en of volunteer work as destruc-
tive to women's interests
Miss Jane Evans, executive
director of th" Reform grouo,
dismissed the issue at the NFTS
bienninl assembly. She told the
1.000 delegates and guests that
she favored all such o^t'ons as
paid, unpaid, commercial, pro-
fessional and volunteer activity
by women.
She rejected the contention of
NOW that since volunteer work
is unnaid, it reinforces "wom-
en's low self-image" and gives
little or no status. She notd
that men also do volunteer work
and argued that their status in
communal life is often more
dependent on volunteer service
than on their paid work.
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6on,-ntirt Pri7 to 'Jewish' Book
PARIS -- France's main lit-.
erary prize, the "Goncourt."
was awarded here to a book
nth a strone '"wish fla'or
whoso author, believed to b-*
Jewish, has Kent his real
identity a wcll-auraded secret.
The book. "Life Ahead." nar-
rates the storv of a young Arab
kov who lives in the Arab-Jew-
ish Belville slum section of
Paris. Most reviewers saw it as
an essay in Arab-Jewish co-
existence in a limited area and
under conditions of squalor and
poverty. ,
The book's author is Emile
Ajar, but no one in France has
yet managed to discover the
it if *
Sweden on UN Resolution
STOCKHOLM Prime Min-
ilter Olof Palme said in Parlia-
ment here that because of the
General Assembly resolution;
equating Zionism with racism
"Sweden will have to look care-
fullv at whether it can take Part
in the continued work of the
UN Decade Against Racial Dis-
crimination." .r
Replying to a ^HS1
Palme warned that "The UN
resolution on Zionism can in-
crease tensions in the Middle
East create divisions within the
UN in the battle against racial
discrimination and have un-
fortunate consequences in the
UN itself."
it Annual Masada Relay
NEW YORK Grours ot
teenagers- members of Masada
of ZOA. the national vouth
movement of the Zionist Organ-
Nation of America, carried a
nukan Torch running- W
miles from the John F. Kenned*
Airport to the ZOA House h ire
*&*+ Torch
is an annual celebration d
the Festival of
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Fascell Voices Conditions
V vsHINGTONCon
hn; '.oined 21 of his c
nnpt" Fascell (D.. Fla.) has
kun "is col
SeUS. House of Representa-
tives in urging the Senate Com-
merce Committee to reject the
nomination of Elliot Richardson
to be Secretary of Commerce
unless he specifically commits
himself to cooperating with the
Congress in opposing the Arab
boycott and related discrimina-
tory trade practices.
The present secretary, Rogers
Moiton. has been cited for con-
tempt of Congress by a House
subcommittee for his refusal to
comply with a subpoena for
documents concerning boycott
requests made by foreign coun-
tries to American firms.
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Israel Bond Tribute
DETROIT Speaking at an
Israel Dinner of State which
honored Gov. William C>. Milli-
ken of Michigan. George Rom-
ney, chairman of the Steering
Committee of the new Joint
known to be Jewish, born of
Russian-Polish parents in the
south of France and to have
been traumatized by his war-
time experiences under Nazi oc-
cupation.
Business Council established by
the U.S. and Israel Govern-
ments, declared that Is>ael
Bonds build Israel's infra-struc-
ture and play an important role
in helping to attract private in-
vestments into the counjry.
More than $1,500,000 in Israel
Bonds were purchased in honor
of Gov. Milliken at the state-
wide dinner held this week at
Adat Shalom Synagogue here,
'/tie tiibute to the Michigan
Chief Executive was attended
by more than 700 leaders in the
state's industrial l,nnking and
Jewish communal life.
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ZOA Honors Spiegel
NEW YORK The Zionist
Organization or America hon-
hored Irving ("Pat") Spiegel on
his 50th anniversary with The
New York Times, citing his "de-
voted service to the Jewish,
community."
The luncheon at the ZOA
House was atttuded by Spiegel's
colleagues and professional
heads of national Jewish organ-
izations. Spiegel, whose byline
has become synonymous with
the reporting of events and de-
velopments on the Jewish scene
fo- some four decades, was
called by ZOA President Dr.
Joseph P. Sternstein, "not only
a journalist, but a friend who
has shared the joys of the Jew-
ish community as well as its
sorrows."
ft ft ft
German Minister in Israel
JERUSALEM Germany's
broad agreement with Israel on
several aspects of Mideast po-
litics and its known disagree-
ment on the question of future
borders and on th- ^' *"t"
question were outlined dur-
ing a working session here be-
tween Foreign Minister Yigal
Allon and his guest, German
Foreign Minister Hans-Dietrich
Genscher.
Genscher, his wife and 12
aides arrived in Israel Nov. 27
for s four-dav official visit.
Genscher began his visit with
a tour of the Yad Vashem Holo-
caust Memorial and laid a
wreath at the memorial flame
and stood silently- for several
moments.
Then he vis'ted Herzl's grave
nearby and planted a tree close
to it to symbolize Germany's
support for Zionism, currently
under attack.
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Sinai Air Crash Being Investigated ^
TEL AVIV (JTA)
Air Force Commander Gen.
Benyamin Peled has ap-
pointed a committee to in-
vestigate the Nov. 25 crash
of an Israel Air Force Her-
cules transport in Sinai
which killed 20 Israeli sol-
diers and air crew members.
The giant aircraft, on a
routine training flight,
plunged into the fog-shroud-
ed 2700-foot peak of Djebel
Hilal south of El Arish at
about 7 p.m. local time.
Israelis Quit Abu Rodeis Fields
TEL AVIV (JTA) The
Israeli flag was hauled down
over Abu Rodeis, and the last
Israeli soldiers were gone by
noon Sunday, ending eight years
of Israeli administration of the
largest Sinai oilfields.
Italian technicians will oper-
ate the oil wells for the next
few days pending the formal
Egyptian take-over. The last oil
pumped by Israeli technicians
60,000 tons of crude oil
was loaded aboard the tanker
Leyon.
ISRAEL'S orderly withdraw-
al was in compliance with the
interim accord signed with
Egypt last September. In No-
vember, Israeli forces pulled
out of Ras Sudar, a smaller oil-
field on the Gulf of Suez north
of Abu Rodeis.
Egypt now controls 150 kilo-
meters of the eastern shores of
the Gulf of Suez, including the
i wo major oil producing cen-
ters. Israel retains a 120-kilo-
meter stretch of coast from a
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advisor on fuel. Dr. Tzvi Din-
stein, represented about half of
Israel's annual oil consumption
over that period.
DINSTEIN observed that
every cloud has a silver lining.
He said that while the evacua-
tion of the Sinai fields deprived
Israel of a vital energy source
and savings of foreign currency,
the fact that Israel figured as
an oil producing country during
the past eight years enabled it
to make contacts with countries
and companies that can now be
used to seek alternative sup-
plies of oil.
He said that the loss of the
Sinai oil will lead to an inten-
sification of oil prospecting in
Israel proper and in other areas
of Sinai still retained by Israel.
Dinstein mentioned specifical-
ly the region south of Abu Ro-
deis and the sea-bed between
El Arish and Rafah which may
contain oil.
There were no survivors.
RESCUE TEAMS, aided by
helicopters, were unable to
reach the crash site until late
on Nov. 26 because of the foul
weather. One member of the
rescue party, army chief pa-
thologist Lt. Col. Yehonathan
Meir. was seriously injured in
a fall while climbing the moun-
tain.
The names of the 20 victims
were published following notifi-
cation of next of kin. But there
were indications that the mili-
tary chaplaincy corps has not
made positive identification in
all cases since funeral services
have been delayed pending fi-
nal identification.
The names may have been
taken from the list of person-
nel nine Air Force men and
11 infantry soldiers known
to have been aboard the air-
craft. All were reservists.
The "black box," the auto-
matic flight recording de\ ice
Friday. December 5, 1975
that all aircraft carry, had not
bsen found as oi Nov. 27.
THE TAPES in The bo.* would
give the investigators a detailed
picture of how the plane was
functioning up until the mo-
ment of the crash. Flight con-
trol officials believe the pilot
made a navigational error that
took him some 15 kilometer)
off course.
Low-flying clouds and fog
obscured the peak until the last
minute when the pilot tried to
gain altitude but was too late,
the officials believe. Two oil
prospectors who were eye-wit-
nesses to the crash said they
saw the plane heading toward
the mountain and then heard
two explosions accompanied by
fire balls.
THEIR DESCRIPTION indi-
cated that the transport's wing
may have struck the slopes
setting the plane on tire alter
which it crashed into the roc!,;,
peak. Rescuers found debri>
and bodi -s scattered over j
radius of 700 yards.
The wreckage burned for si<
hours and the terrain around
it was blackened by the tire.
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Page 13-/4
LEO MINDLIN
Administration's Dinosaurs of Diplomacy
Continued from Page 4-A
that I would like a correction
of the contemporary record.
Mainly, 1 have in mind the
recent chastening experience
of Daniel Patrick Moynihan.
The hell with Britain's Ambas-
sador Ivor Richard, who in
criticizing Moynihan's counter-
attacks against the Communist-
Africa-Third Wo.-ld bloc, said
o( Moynihan that we do not
need "Wyat Karp diplomacy"
' ?t the Unite.1 Nations.
No on; will deny that, his-
torically, the British have been
masters in th-.- art of Machia-
vellian intrig !-. and that shoot-
ing from the hip is not char-
acteristic of a Machiavellian.
BUT BRir-UVS ,:.-.. is o-er
ttt'^y the : > !. a :-:;.t. "..m-" 1
riake in sadnass, not exulta-
;;.;. :.
and perhaps precisely because
there always WAS something
wrong with Machiavellian fi-
npsse theirs and anyone
else's.
Say what one will of the
Communist-Arab-Third World
bloc, there is nothing Machia-
vellian about them. It is not
that they arc not hypocrites
too. liars a.n! cheats too. as-
sassins too.
But their ugly politics is right
out there in the open for every-
one to see. If we art mystified
b it, it i- not that there is any-
thing mysterious in it, but i lal
v are so fossilized in our an-
ways that we are incapa-
of recognizing and dealing
with the ob\io is an I th new.
AND SO for us to continue to
rtiavellian is to give us
;: handicap we dare not beai if
we are ever to hope to win in
the confrontation with this
very cantankerous bloc.
Ambassador Moynihan under-
stands this, and his response to
Idi Amin, long since well-docu-
mented, and his response to the
anti-Zionist resolution were in
perfect kind, in a blood-chilling
ploy, he answered with a blood-
chilling gambit.
That is why the Communist-
Arab-Thlrd World bloc reacted
to hi'n with such rage. They
expected western-style diplom-
acy, replete with striped pants
hemming and hawing, which
they wo ild have bei n able to
handle with masterly hypocrit-
ical one-upsmanship.
INSTEAD, they got then-
own shrill, gutsy candor aimed
straight for the jugular. Unac-
customed to it as they are
from us, they threw a tantrum.
Childish in the ways of civili-
zation, they knew no other re-
sponse and raged from the pit
of their political id. which lies
just a short step from tom-toms
and the bush.
Britain's Richard, no Wyatt
Earp he, would have been more
to their liking. They could have
responded by calling him a
decadent imperialist whose
days are numbered, as indeed
they are until we finally put
Whitehall on our payroll.
But the point behind all of
this is not the complexity
the UN's dealing With M
han but Washington's dealing
with Moynihan after the flap he
caused.
PRESIDENT 1
with Moynih n ifl
western metaphor pul US all to
thinking that perhaps Richard
Survival of Brazil's Jewish Community
Depends Upon Finding Third Way
Continued fiom Page 1-A
concern." H-nvover, he not'd
that there are anti-Semites in
Brazil and lv placed in that
category Brazilian Foreign Min-
ister Azeredo da Silveira, who
recently accused Brazilian .lews
of being disloyal in criticizing
Brazil's stand on the anti-Zion-
ist vote.
Rabbi Sobel added that da
Silveira could not have acted as
he did without the support of
President Ernesto Geisel.
HOWEVER. Sobel stressed
that most Brazilians opposed
th^ir government's stand. He
said he recently had a caller, a
high-ranking Brazilian general.
who wanted to convince him
that Vladimir Herzog. a promi-
nent Brazilian Jewish journalist
who died last month while under
detention at military headquar-
ters reallv did commit suicide
as Brazilian military authorities
claimed.
Herzog's death caused nation-
wide indignation across Brazil
anci Sobel spoke at an ecumeni-
cal memorial service in the Cen-
tral Cathedral of Sao Paulo at-
tended bv 8.000 persons.
Sobel said that when he ask-
ed the general about the UN
resolution, the military man re-
plied that "all of us are disap-
pointed and shocked" by
Brazil's vote.
ON THE Friday night imme-
diatelv following the UN vote,
Sobel held a "Shabat of Affirma-
tion" in his synagogue in which
he told the 2.000 people present
that as "Jews who live in
Brazil we have no moral right
to remain silent." He said he
told the audience that Jews
must protest to the government
that "we will not accept to see
the name of our country on a
list of totalitarian dictatorships,
Arab countries and Communist
countries to which Brazil is
ideologically opposed.
Cohen: Youth at Confab
Pressed for Education
Continued from Page 4-A
they may contribute and per-
f FUND-RAISERS continue to
work on the statistical fact that
five percent contribute 5 per
cent of the funds necessary to
Stain the help to Israel ou
agencies, etc.. that make up
ir Jewish communities
throughout this land.
1? isn't wasting money to put
it into education, it just seems
to be wasting a lot of valuable
time always talking about it
when more important things
can be done such as raising
the funds to keep it all going.
Which is whv very few of the
real leaders of Jewish life in
America turn up for the GA and
many of the leading profession-
als would just as soon as go
elsewhere for a week.
Sobel said that on this and
other occasions he has been told
"not to rock that boat" and
"Rabbi, this is not America."
Sobel, who was born in Lisbon,
Portugal, is an American citizen
and was educated at Yeshiva
University and the Hebrew
Union College before coming to
Sao Paulo in 1970.
Sobel said the Jewish leader-
ship is made up of "good peo-
ple" but people who have
achieved a high status and
therefore want to preserve the
status quo and thus support the
present government.
HE SAID they are motivated
by what they consider the
realities of the present situa-
tion. He noted that not one lead-
er of a Jewish organization at-
tended the memorial for Herzog
and when he asked them for an
explanation he was told it was a
political meeting and thus not
in their domain.
The rabbi said that for this
reason many Jewish youth join
leftist organizations, including
the outlawed Communist Party.
He noted that many young Jews
have been imprisoned and tor-
tured. He said these young Jews
are lost to the Jewish people.
At the same time, Sobel said
there is a new generation of
young Jews who want to find
their identification as Jews.
And it is these young Jews that
must be reached, he stressed.
Sobel said that about half of
Brazil's estimated 160,000 Jews
live in Sao Paulo which he said
is rapidly becoming the eco-
nomic center of Latin America.
His congregation, which he said
is the largest in South America
with 3,000 families belonging to
it. is the onlv non-Orthodox
congregation in Sao Paulo.
SOBEL explained that in
South America the distinction is
between Orthodox and non-
Orthodox, and although he was
ordained as a Reform rabbi, he
serves a congregation that is
closer to Conservative practices
as it is known in the U.S.
Sobel said that for the Brazil-
ian Jewish community to sur-
vive, it needs help from Israel
and world Jewry in the form of
rabbis and Jewish professionals.
He said they would find the op-
portunity for a rich career in
Brazil. "Jewish life in Brazil is
not degradation, it is not anti-
Semitism," he emphasized.
Jewish life in Brazil is courage
. hope and the possibility
of fulfillment." _____
was right is not to be miscon
st rued.
From it. came the For I
"thorough Confidence" state
ment in Moynihan. But it was
Ron Nesscn. the presidentk I
press secretary, who delivered
the statement, not Ford him
self.
For so important a statement
of confidence, why didn't For I
deliver it on his own? The an
swer is that it removed th;
President's presence from hi-
words, thus weakening the pti
sumably high purpose of th:
words, or so it would seem.
IN THIS kind of tired tac
tical reasoning, I detect th-
fine hand of Secretary of Stat-
Henry Kissinger, the quintes
itial Machiavellian for who; i
the diplomacy of Ivor Richar I
is more compatible than th
bluntness of Daniel Patrick
har notwithstand
tiiat Moynihan and Kissingei
together i >
Harvard.
In fact, Moynihan and K.
sir a -tidy in politic, i
losites Moynihan is modern
a leader who deman<
that the Communist-Arab-Thl '
World bloc knock off their i
ntile fantasy as messiah to
th( universe and accept the re
sponsibilitv of their essenti: I
II interest, wherever that may
take them.
By contrast. Kissinger is ;-.
chaic, covert, a leader in t)
Bismarckian mold who hi i
nightmares about the decline I I
the west, which he observes ii
the decline of Britain, and who
is literally paying blackmail to
the Communist Arab Third
World bloc as a means of slow
ing the decline down.
THE I ORD-Moynihan meet-
ing in the gardens surrounding
the White House told Moynih; I
just where the chips were -
on Kissinger, not on him.
Apparently, not only are wi
incapable of change; we refuse
even to recognize the expen
sive lesson of refusing to try
The Machiavellian Ford-Kis-
singer conclusion? That Moy-
nihan should play the role < I
the new for window-dressing
while Kissinger continues to
run our State Department as H"
nothinu had changed since the
davs of Metternich, Talleyran.t
and the Congress of Vienna.
The upshot of all this is mor<
toadying to the Communists
than we've ever done before.
And whoever takes over ;
Democratic standard-bearer >
1976 and fails to pin some GOi'
cars back with this stranpt
softness on Communism won t
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Kknist ftcrMian
Friday, December 5, 1975
- 1975
IEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER *
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N< 'I ICE r8 HEREBY GH
I'. undersigned, desiring to i ngagf
iii busim u und< r the fii tltli us
( i BOOK vIK at If "-4H
Miami, Pit
i name with
of On ult Con C unty,
i da.
DAVID HAY! OCK
ll .^
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATF DIVISION
JOHN K. BLANTON
PRC9ATE NO. 75-7279
In HE: Ostuti ol
cmcli..-. stern
c... i used
NC.'CI TO CREDITORS
To All Ci editors and All Peraoni Hav-
ing Chi in- or Demands Against Said
1' ate:
lou are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
Which you niiy Lave against the es-
tate of uiSBLI-A STERN. de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Circuit Judges >; Dade County,
and file fhe sume in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida within lour calendar months from
tin time it the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Filed at Miami. Florida, this 18th
day of November. A D. 1875.
KATHLEEN S. WHITE
As Executrix
FMM puhlicat">n of this notice on
the 21st uav ^. November. 11*75.
FROMBEPG, FROMHERG ROTH,
PA.
BY: LYNN W FROMBERG
Atto:nev for ESTATE OF
GIStEl.I.A STERN
Kathleen S White. Executrix
18 West Flakier St Suite M-l2
Miami. Florida W1W
il/21-28
NOTICE UNDER
FlCTITIOUf NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In buslnese unu< r the fictitious name
of 1,1'V OF /M.M.MS, INC. ADOP-
TION CENTER at S**3 N E 3rd Ave-
nue. Miami, Florida, intends to reg-
ister the said name with the Clerk of
the <"ir"iit Court f Dade County.
Florida.
Dated at Mlar-' Florida, this 10th
day of Nweirver 1975.
I.FV C> ANIMALS. INC.
Ann .Hontanez. President
Robert Hove. Vice President
I-onlse Rose. Vice President
Wanda Van Brunt Gause. Treasurer
Claudia Richardson, Secretary
Dr. I \\. Adams. Director
Evelyn Kaplan, Director
Mnrvin Knplar.. Director
Ann MonMnes. Ant.(leant
3"7 N.E. 2nd A'enue
Miami. Florida 3813*
11/14-21-28: 12/5
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(MO PROPERTVl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOrtlDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-3M24
GEKTERAL JURISDICTION DIV'SION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MAHHIACK OF
FRANCOIS CTTKI,
Husband, Petitioner,
and
CERAMISE SOLACE ESTEU
Wife. Respondent.
TO CERAMISE HOLAOE E3TET.
VIH' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
tha"t an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
yru are required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses, if any. to it on
DANIEL HBTTEH. attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address is 801 Dade
Federal Building. 101 East Flagler
St.. Miami. Florfrta 33131. and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before Dec. 18.
1975: otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This nti,e shall be published once
each \ffeek f*r four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITH ESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
Hth clay of November, 1 RICHARD P. BRINKER,
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade Couerty. Florida
By B. J. FOY
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seat*
DANIEL BETTER. ESQUIRE
101 I'.-aU Federal iiuuding
101 Kitst Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 33131
I hone: 358-6090
Attorney tor Petitioner
H/f ?-21-28: 12/5
IN TjtE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Of FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 76-2051
IN RE: Estate of
VIOLA I. BLAKE
Dereased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPUCATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOflCE Is hereby given that I have
filed giy Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
as E**cutor of the estate of VIOLA
I BLAKE, deceased, ant" that on or
after the J**h- day ot December, 1876.
will apply to the Honorable Circuit
Judge* of Dade County Florida, tor
approval of said Final Report and for
distribution and final discharge aa
Executor of the eatate of the above-
named decedent. This 14th day of
November, 1975.
A. JAY CMHSTOL, EXECUTOR
LAW OFFICES OF A. JAY CRI8TOL
Attorney
21 N First Avenue
Miamft Florida 3.1131
By: STEPHEN H JTJDflON
11/21-28 12/6-11
8 Across, 10 Down-
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL N0TKI
by Irv Brechner
2 Yiddish good health
6 Hebrew lor love
9 Ural Altaic Languages (Abbt i
id initials ol lamous Yiddish
writer
11 one ol me colors ol
israeh flag
13 tell a falsehood
14 lamous Jewish baseball
announcer Alien
15 Hebrew lot song
16 Germar origin ol woid
schlump means
18 homonym ol word which in
Hebrew is BEN
20 Tova
22 type ot monkey
blood taciot
23 the Lord Master.
etc (pronoun i
24 affectionate Yiddish word
used lot a small youngster
who bothers and pesters you
DOWN
1 interpretations ol (he Bible
3 son ot Isaac
4 fund raising arm of
Jewish organizations labbr i
b thousand year old country
still trying to survive
7 Hebrew word lor praise
8 Yiddish word lor warm cozy
friendly
11 another name tor Wailing Wall
12 descriptive word lor Shofar
sound
16 boob goat of a iota
17 upper & lower case (abbr,
19 north-north east labor <
21 mourning period
Solution on Page 28
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
NO. 75-36610
ACTION FOR D SSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
In re the marriage of:
FLOSSIE VIRGINIA PERSAD.
Petitioner,
and
CHANDARPERSAD
Respondent.
TO: CHANDAR PERSAD
Co S. MAHARAJ
c.'o Magistracy
Sin rvmando
Trinidad, Weal Indies
Vnr ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you nre required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, If any. to it on
LOUIS C1.AZEK, attorney for Peti-
tioner, whose address Is 11711 Blx-
cayne rtoulevard. North Miami. Flor-
ida and file the original with the
Clerk of the above styled court on or
before Dcc.-ml.er 26, 1975; otherwise
a Judgment may bf entrvd against
you for the. relief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
WITNBRS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida, on this
17th day of November. 1975.
RICHARD P. BRINKBR
Aa (lerk. Circuit Court
By: C. P. COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
11/21-28 12/6-12
IN THE eMRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO. 7S-MTO
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE HE MARRIAGE OF
ULAN' A LUCtLA BERMUDBZ.
Pet ioncr,
"s.
AURA It t BERMI'DJSC-
Re indent
TO: A RAHM BERMUDBB
I -Idence Unknown
Yor -RE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion fo dissolution of Marriage has-
been d against you and you are
requir te serve a copy of your writ-
ten il< isee. If any. to It on HYLAN
H. K- I IT. Petitioner's attorney
whose drees is 480 Lincoln Rd.. Mi-
ami it- < *, Florida, on or bettors D*-
cembe 3, 1976. and file the original
with Clerfc of this Courf either
baton welce on Petitioner's" a*tor-
ney o tlmedlately thereafter; other-
wise ; .fault -will be entered against
you f the Relief demanded In the
romp I -. t or petition.
WITN I -S my hand and the seal of
this C rt on November 1, 1976.
Richard P. Brinker
lerk of Raid Court
By L. RNBEDEN
as fieputy Clerk
11/21-2* 12/6-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOT'~E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MfRlAM MARKET at 1412 S.W. 3
Street. Miami. Fla. 33135 Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
PEDRO ARIAS
11/21-28 12/5-12
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-35758
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIV'SION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE THE MARRIAGE OF
MARY J WEST. Petitioner.
and
ALBERT F WEST, Respondent.
TO: Albert F. West
214 Pettit Avenue
Bellmorc New York
YOTJ A HE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
vour written defenses. If any. to M on
GLADYS GERSON. ESQ.. attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is 101
WVV. 12th Avenue. Miami. Florida
33128. and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before December 19. 1975; otherwise a
default will he entered axainst you
for the relief demanded In the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published onoe
each week for fear consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLOHIDtAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
lOtn day of Ndvember. 1975
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
As Clerk. Clrrult Court
DsAe Ceunt>-. Florida
By B. LIPPS
Am Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court SeaD
GLADYS GERSON. ESQ.
STONE. SOSTCHJN te KOSS. PA.
Attorneys for Petitioner
101 N W. 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
Tel: 324-4655
_______________ 11/lf'tl -28; 12/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of P M. WHOLESALE OPTICAL
LAB at 2*01 H.W. 7 St.. Miami, Fla.
33125 Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MAX J. CASTRO
MAX A CASTRO
RICHARD CASTRO
ALBERTO PADURA
11/28 12/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\, tick IS HEREBY 0\\ I.-N thai
th. u.iilet signed, desinm; to "'*"'*
. tll;,.._ ir.,,, ihe fetUMW
i.f OHH' BAR al ''"! ^ 8 Stre< ..
Miami r.i S3144 Intend to rei
Coui I Fiorina.
JOHN 0 BERR^
FERN N BERRY
\.M BECI-
Attorney foi Aw11^.,,^,, v: -,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th. u ". dealrlns :
l bu-inesi under th. flctltlout; i
of CARNABY SHOPS al I xl
Mt, N Miami Beach inten.is
K, ret ater -aid name with the licik
rcult Court of Dade County,
Florida. ...,
STERLING GENERAL. IN'
Btanley Q. Oraenateln. Pn i
Mvers. Kaplan, Levins..n A.- Kenin
Attorneys for Applicant
14^'S Brickell Avenue
.Miami, Fla. 33131
11/14-11-S8; 12 5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious ..."
bf VAL-ciiEM OF FLORIDA al fl
N1V SO Avenue. Hlaleah. Honda in-
tends to register said name withi th
L'lerk of the t.lrcult Court of Dade
. unty, Florida.
EARLE TESCHON, INC.
a Florida corpora ti.-n
U/14-ll-Ml U '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO. 75-35629
NOTICE OF ACTION
EAST FLORIDA TOWER COMPANY,
LTD g Florida limited partnership.
Plaintiff.
SAMUEL FLETCHER. Individually
and as Truste.; LEEWARD POIN1
I OKI-ORATION, a Fl.Ti.1a i i ;
lion; and CONTINENTAL "BANK,
a Pennsylvania corporation.
Defendants.
TO: CONTINENTAL BANK
IBM Marset Street
Philadelphia. Pa. 19102
its successors, assignees, lien-
ors, creditors, trustees, or .ther
claimants by, through, or under
it; and all parties having or
claiming to have any right,
title, or loterest in the property
described in fhe Complaint
YOV ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint to Foreclose Mort-
gage and a Notice of Lls Pendeni has
been filed against you by the Plain-
tiff in the above styled court and
cause for the purpose of foreclosing
the mortgage on the following de-
scribed property situate and being
in Dade County. Florida:
Lots 1 through 4. and Ixits 18
through 44. ail in Block 3 of
EASTERN SHORES SUBDIVI-
SION, according to the Plat
thereof as recorded in Plat Book
85, at page 2H of the Public Rec-
ords of Dade County, Florida
You are required to serve a copy
of yoor answer or pleadings on Plain-
tiff's attorneys:
KENNETH M MA EPS ESQUIRE
MYERS, KAPLAN. I.EVIN'SON
ft KENIN
1418 Krickill Avenue, 7th Floor
Miami, Florida SSIII
and file the original pleading in the
Office of the Clerk of said Courl on
or before the 19 lay of Dedeshbef
If yi u fall to do so. a ilelaul: will le
enter.-d against you for the relief
si light .it the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal ot laid
Court al Miami. Dade County Florida.
II.is lltli day of November. IS7S.
RICHARD P BRINKER,
Clerk of the Court
By N A HHWKTT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
(A copy of the Ci.mp'aint filed herein
is attached to the copy of the Notice
which was mailed to t-a. h Defendant
lor whom a its re (p#i Iflc residence
......-s is kiic vn to Plaintiff i
11 14-21-28 I] E
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to eng..g.
in business under the fictitious urn.
of KELLY'S LOUNOE at M7 Earn
4 Ave, Hialeah. Fla.. intend! to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Du-le County, Flor-
ida.
JOHN STONE
MIRIAM BCCKERMAN
Attorney for Applicant
^____________ 11/14-21-38; 12/i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClWCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
(J. Dowrino)
PROBATE DIVISION
,, ^ PROBATE NO. 74.8144
IN RE Estate! of
CLARA DIAMOND
deceased
sWBNWo
NOTICE OT lleTENTION TO MAIH
APPLICAT.ON FOR DISTRIBUTION
*"> f'NAL DrSCHARCE
NOTK E is hereby given that I have
S"drMmy.wPinal R^K", a1 Petition
ft,r Distribution and F,al DUwhiSS
as Administrator CT A of the MfTfa
df CLARA DIAMOND, de.e.,edl and
County, Florida, for Approval of^5?2
C.T.A. of the ewaT, ,4 %??""
JA,8"PH W MALEK
,.__Administrator CT A
^:^'f -A .-T.rnev
390 uncom Road. Suit, -.ni
Miami Beach, Florida 88188
1 M-Il-lt; %t/%
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
FRANK B. DOW LING
PROBATE NO. 75-7347
ol
"noViCE TO CREDITORS
Htorsand All Pel pm Hay-
Demand! K...... Bald
,,.v notified a,.l :..iuir-
: demands
U maj have against th. M-
I ,:,. HASSEN .i
Dade Count! Florida,
., mi Judget of Dad* County,
led m section ISJ.ll. Honda
'. ,.., their ofti.es in the Own-
urth us. in Dade County, nor-
thin four call ndar monthi .rona
.-,. firs) publication here-
,ine will be ban. ,1
Filed at .Miami, Florida, this mst
\\ ,. inl.er. A I' IliS
HAR"L1. J COHEN
A- Executor
! rat publication of this notice on
BtB da] "I Nov. inl.er, ItTi.
HAROL1 J COHEN
lAe.-utor
-T,"""'U"> urn i2/i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FCR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 75-35756
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
/.-MAR CORP.
a Kioi lia Corporation.
Plaintiff
vs
WILLIAM NEC KM AN, et al..
I lefendants.
T( kNTHoNY QARQH'LO and
VICTORIA OAROIULO. his wife
.-. .ig.it. Road
Staten island
N. u Y.rk City, N-w York
JOSEPH Q 1.IP.MAN
KE8IDENCE UNKNOWN
Yol ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action t.. Foreclose Mort-
gagi oi thi following described prop-
ertj In 1 >ade i 'ountj Florida.
The S *>i of the N ht of the NW
> ot the NW '. ..f the NK ', of
Section \V. Township ZZ South,
Hang. 41' East, less the West 35
:..'. and less the East 413.^0 fevt.
Df and ueinf in Dade County,
Florida, together with th.- build-
ing and improvements thereon
. n i ted,'
has been filed against you and you
..r. hereby required to serve copy
' VOW written defenses, if any. to It
on AKTHIR H PRI8HMAN, Plain-
tiffs attorney, whose address is 424)
Lincoln Road sun- No 814, Miami
Beach Florida, and file the original
with the Clerk of the above styled
C.urt, on or before l'..-.-mber 17.
otherwise Judgment may be
[I ;.:..! against you for the relief de-
n.ir.iled in the Complaint
WITNESS my hand and the seal ef
-.. .i Court on November 1ft. 1875
RICHARD P BRINKBR,
i lerk of amid Court
By I. BKBEDEN
A> Deputy Clerk
ii le-Sl-M ll/f
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 78-3S75S
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MAHRIAOB OF
IRBOORV DVNCOMBE, Petitioner.
EVELYN Dl'NCOMBB, Defendant.
I i.:% iTiii.nmW
Raaidenci and Mailing Address
I' n k now n
TOll ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
lion for Dissolution of Mar-
awe hai been filed against you and
you are required to nerve a copy of
>',"' lenaea, if any, to It on
t>YS OBRSON. ESQ., attorney
' Whoa* address is 101
' Avenue. .Miami. Florida
'I file the original with the
ol the above styled court on or
December IS, ISfe; oiherwise a
default will be entered agaiiust yow
the relief demanded In the conv
I'.aint or petition
This notice shall be puhiiahed onca
iu\T*. '"r f"ur '-nwcutive weeks
nJSSiWI8H nx)DUM
wrr.NJBgf] my hand and the seal at
MM e.iirti,, M.^rti. Fssrlda o. Shi*
)th day .if November. 19t!l
nCHARIi P RRrNKER.
A Clerk. Cirruit Court
Dude County. FlOrM*
By ft LIPPS
./-_ ,. -. Am u*>4M Clerk
(Clrouh Court Heal)
ti_LA DV S (-, FTt so^ Es<1
"^X&SOSTCHIK KOES. P. A
1J X W no, Avenue
Miami, Florida 33128
Tel- 324-4555
11/14-84-Jg; J8V,
_.NOTICE UNDER
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
he underpinned, deelrlng fo engaaM
In business under Uie fictitious name)
iid-iSE?^ YKMt"*- C^rrSgRaf
D40 a fon Road. Miami Beach. Flor-
a- "tends to rewister th* said name
1J^H c'">ty. Ftortda
. Oated at MhMoai, Fkvrkla this (tk
day or Novean,,. niC^ ""* TO
O'HOLEf TORAH SCHOOL OF
it I AMI. INC.
I11V., DANIEL RETTBR. V.p.
DAMBL RETT|>a<, ERgi'IRgj
*V0j;nr> '""" Apidlcnnt
'"l Dade Federal BufeMhtg
aat Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 33181
Phone: 358-*o
n 14-gt.ej- urn
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Friday, December 5, 1975
*Je*ist>fkrXM*n
..arm Salomon was twice arrested b; the British and twice escaped
execution.
BICENTENNIAL BIOGRAPHIES
Salomon: Fervent Patriot
,
HAV.M SALOMON was a fervent patriot
Whose lj\t .t libert; ;.:-.d business acunun
Combined n make him tha financial hero in
t"i- W'ui- In .' mk'nee. Porn in Poland in
1740, he was Forced to :'. e that country in
177 '. In i edom, alo
i and '- : ame military
:- the
mon pi -. start in
America, doing basines with wealthy loyalists
ons of Lil : group ol
it ol iti L.i ;
. \y -., i ;,v th< B -*riV b
managed to escape execution both times, fi-
... i .':; ladelphia.
n I ir honesty and
il icted 1
;.: : then 5 p intetutent of Finance, who
called on him for help in raising mon v :
\ and later to save
v.c.r. from financial collapse.
Morris' diary indicates some 75 transac-
- were made by the two men between
ISt, 1781 and April, 1784.
AS PRESIDENT Calvin Coolidge said of
i ion: "He negotiated for Roben
..i- all the loans raised in France and II ti-
led his personal faith and fortune
: us amounts, and personally ad\anc-
. sums to such men as James Mai
son, Baron Steuben, General at.
(lair and many other patriot leaders who I I
i.- : they could not ha e
le cause."
I from H '""'
KiKtOI
.
.
READERS INTERESTED In I *
1 \ .
, ) ..... | ,j ,,l, -
11 .. I, -. '
Bishops Praise Vatican Council
Continued from Page l-A
link" without denying "the le-
p:-i-nnte iiiht ni other con-
cerned parties" in the Middle
East.
THE STATEMENT, amended
in discussion on the floor at the
closing session hst Thu--s w
from the original report drafted
in commi'tee. declared "We re-
affirm our wholehearted com-
mitment to th nrincinl"" of
the Second Vatican Council's
T'^tra Aetate" declaration "as
well as the directives of the
guidelines" issued last vear by
< Commission for Religions
Relations with t* 'w re<*ntlv
. established bv the Holy See to
implement its nrincinles.
>il Hioc-'s >s m America were
urged bv the R>hon;-\ who t
gt t^ jatler-WWfm Hotl. thrt
"special attention" be given to
"create and sn-wrt whtr"""
"instrument or ne-ncv is annrop-
riate for carrving out tho r,>
o"T,e7i'fMions of 'Nostra
Ae'-te."
The statement declared: l"
dialogue with Christians. Jews'
jr,. Qvri->i^^H *'-' thv "~t
con=idr themsob* a church
a sect or a denomination as is
th case among Christian om-
r~-r,;M-<;. b'U rither. as a rr>o-1
-i ,1-^ryj ^at i *>** sollv r"oal i
?-^ comno;ite of all these
; for such reasons that an
overwhelming majority of Jews
see themselves bound in one
way or another to their tradi-
tional land of Israel.
"MOST JEv\S see this tie to
the land as essential to theii
Jewishnew. Whatever difficul-
ties Christians may experience
in sharing this vision, thev
should strive to understand this
link between land and people
which Jews have expressed in
their writing and worship
throughout two millernia as a
longing for their Holy Zion.
"Appreciation of this link is
not to give assent to any par-
ticular religious interpretation
Menotti Opera Scheduled
By CirHurd Arts Society
Gian Carlo M notus one-act
&e<-4 "The Old Maid and the,
Tbi f" will be presented by the
r .----- fifivrr On-'-a A<=8Wl-
r *-- ,-*vi VMrffa'. !,,~" n
Soloists f-om the Qne-
Ass-icijU'* ifT'" ana*
{3 -cini. 'vni/etti, Ri/.:: and
V -M as wffl.
i in t^e s n -s planned by
ts, T->mH9 Israel Cviltu a!
Society are a jazz concert/D'C.
?n and a film n the Yiddish
Theater (Jan. 10).
WE'RE OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
____ITALIAN
bimbo
TRATTORIA TOSCANA
21010 BISCAYNE BLVD
(Near Hallondale Beach Blvd.)
HOUSE SPECIALTIES: mm '[MjUL^ '
CBESPOLIHtFlOREHIIHAGNOCCM. IL ^j
SCA10PP* Di POLIO MUGULO WuniLi ^^mtf
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Leaders Seek
ord's Aid For
Jemi :f Victims
1 \) A
.
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led >: '' i
I Presidenl "i
"v ... son |]
Syrian Jews
The Jwish del -r't'T.
led bv Rabbi Isra
New YorV. chairman ,r :h Con-
ference of Prsid"nts of "'
American Jewish Ownizttl
a coalition of 32 natioi
ish groups.
THE petition cwaigri
initiated earlier this veur ',' '-
Cenfal Conference of \ m -.-
Rabbis and endors ;d by I
Conference of President)" m i
half nf its ."52 constituent o
izatio-^
The r tition ca'ls in '
' ''" I i i...... .".
of vow offic to tin
-* i" to c
and
lignit!
rv titl in aon
,i i .., .,,....
i-in B ........

4.500 Jews ^f Syr
to "arhitary
ment and restriction of :

si
le."
I ltj ,
i rj I Hun be ; presi-
I -ith: Arthur Le-
' in -si lent, United Syna-
.'-' irica: Jacqueline
'.-ir.' nast ^resident, Amer-
n : iv 13*1 C ingress; Phyllis
'" an''. reon*ntativ" of the
it. -.;.,.^n nr j^sh com-
ty council: Judith Wolf,
"'"< -r,:ns the Jewish Cotv
munlty Council of Boston: Rabbi
.....' i: :h chairman of
"'" I -.'-- ....- on ",' i
Lands -
T)r\v- ", H .' '> I '.......ISQJ 'I
on Jews Lands, B
... i
itrni cn-
ish

t: t,s ih
n, e

. i Jew-
iti -
eld -' f Balti-
,. .. .. i
... ,
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ROYAL HUNGARIAN 3SE SESTM"*MT
of this bond no' to deny the
legitimate rights of other con-
cerned parties in the region
Nor is it to adopt any politic.v
stance in the controversy over
the Middle East which is be-
yond the purvue of this state-
ment."
The phrase "nor to deny t'v
legitimate rights of other con-
cerned parties in the r^eion"
was inserted in that section of
the statement on the floor at
the instance of Archbishop Jo-
seph Tawil of W-st Newton.
Mass., a Melchite Rite prelate,
who observed that the current
fighting in Lebanon is of con-
cern to all of the Middle East.
DECEMBER SPECIAL: SHAR'f.'G PLAN A NO A L4 CASTE
-ALSO NO FRILL DINERS
SERVING THE MOST DELICIOUS FOOD
AT REASONABLE PRICES
PLEASE RESERVE FOR YOUR FRIDAY NIGHT MEALS
731 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 538-5401
DISCOVER for yourself
tonight-how Italian tastes
when it's RIGHT!
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REAL ITALIAN RESTAURANT
1M Girtilda. CoraJ GaMes44S-m4
TWO BLOCKS NORTH Or MIRACLE VILEI
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DELI
Strictly
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paw r .. Starting FRI. NOV. 21
and cwitinumf Ewt fnitj frem 4 to 8 p.m.
COMPLETE DELICIOUS HOMEMADE DINNER
with COMPLIMENTARY GLASS Of WINE...
Feel Good...0ine in a Traditional Shabos Atmosphere.
Finest iew&h Hoe Cwked Food frepared by Helen Stein

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a*
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Friday, December 5, 1975
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"Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Florida Friday, December 5, 1975
Section B
Atashi Named Guest Speaker
At JiSF Inaugural Banquet
ZlEDAX ATASHI
JWV Post 223 & Auxiliary
Chanukah Parties
West Miami Post No, 223,
Jewish War Veterans h.-ld its
annual paid-up membership
party on Thursday. Cochairmen
were Lester Rosenberg and
Stanley Gold.
The Post members will par-
ticipate in the Chanukah candle-
lighting service and h ip dis-
tribute gift pac^ ig s tin VA
Hospital on Saturday
;.; 6 30 Other memb irs w ill
a ward pa t; i n lo >r
the same evening.
West Miami Auxili iry No.
223, Jewish War V'ei h.'U
its annual Chanul ty and
ring on Th i
D >ai

offl :hl vi to
end th. Tr:
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Li nt < '
in

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,. -
The hostess for 1
( ya Isg ir, '
i Hel Hun" and cultural
Abraham Grunhut, president
of ths Jewish National Fund of
iter Miami, ani Rabbi Irv-
ine Lehrman, foundation chair-
man, ha i announced that
Ziedan Atas'ii, Counselor of Is-
ra is Perman m Mission to r.ie
UN in New York, wili be gaest
speak* ,.: JNF annual bi-
nnial ina g iral banquet on
Dsc. lo at th ntainebleau
nu.i.
A hl if in i n ol the
two Dm on Mt. Car-
mel -mi edu:at:d in a Nazareth
missions y school. When Hista-
di*ut began first pr g am f^r
D ize youth in 1963,
Atashi sta d
t'v> i lat u is appointed
D p"rj......r -ral f the
Arib an I D U7e W trfeers Youth
M v '-} -h he remain-
ed acti vr'i 1969. Simjhan-
t uly h .. 1 d Ha>h Uni-
it h- sr,ecia'i'c'd in
Arabi I es and political
sci nee n ; from which he re-
e i eJ his B< cl el >r degree in
1969.
IN '"" .' w nt to work
n th \\ ibi d nt of
: ; 1' in '.:.-:
stt di ard s '' st
deg1" at Hsbrew Uni' rsi y.
H-> was pit in
TV f
Haifa District and taught at
Haifa University.
From August, 1972, to Au-
gust, 1975, Atashi was Consul
for Information at the Israeli
Consulate General in New-
York.
THE MEMBERS of the din-
ner committee are:
Ma) ibi imow its, Mr. and
Lou Aronson, Mrs Pli I
':':-. Simon Bersteln, Pro! An-
dr< 5 Bialolenkl, Lester Blgelman,
Cantor Saul n Breeh, Mr. and Mrs.
George Brodie Mrs. Cells Bn
l.. .n Bttda, Mrs. Lillian Dubowy,
Harry Feldman, shmut-1 Pershko,
Jack A Fllosof, Esrs Finegold, May-
ch Pi Abraham.! Grossman,
ham Grunhui Sophie Haspel
Mr and Mrs Slax Eiecht, Meyer
inn ." Mr in'" Mr- Peti
Josi I'll Mill. Isaac Jacol r -
!ii in...ii Kasf Bi rnard Kate,
/. \ W Ki san, Cells Kolb,
N Koiln, rtabbl David Lehr-
: ill. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, M e
J evin Prleda Llfchudx Mrs. Ix>uis
I.. -ii Lustlg, .Mr and Mrs. Km.inu-
Ments, Mrs. Florence Minov, Sam-
uel Mir. ill., if. S.mi Pascoe. Mrs.
Pei iI Pincus, Mr. and Mrs Moe
R( r ii. Cells Rosenblatt, Morris Ros-
Erni Si mui Is, Abi Savi Hi 1 bj
hi. r. Mrs. Albert 11
I n.iii r. Mrs Miriam Press, Morris
Putter, Osi Sol Igoi Schultl,
I i Schui ; Mn Rli hard i Kathj I
Sihuarz, Malka Shklalr, Mr. and
Mi- Arthur Sichel, Meyer Biegel
: .1 Mr and Mi
i len Tali sky. g|mi
enbaum Mr and Mrs. Abraham
i Ml Pi ieda Tobt > Mrs. Ida
i Sid Wladavi r, Li onard Zll-
lierl
Expo
Epstein Keynoter At ADL Dinner
]\ ; nsi n n tional
nation
i B'nai !'' ith, will bs
the I peakei
Flor-
ida ( h ipter of the Sn.i
ADL, ir was an-
: by Rid ard 1
sen, state ch lirman. The dinn i
hon......nunity leader Ed-
mund N. Ansin, is scheduled for
>.- ,,.i .-. D, c. 13, at the D
vill Hotel.
Beniamin Epstein, a lifelong
:ipant in public affairs and
Jewi rtunal life, is co-
author of numerous books dcal-
ing with anti-Semitism and
political extremism in America
BENJAMIN R. EPSTEIN
and knowledgable in intergroup
relations. In making the an-
nouncement, Essen said. 'Ben-
jamin Epstein is a distinguished
American whose contribution to
the ADL is overshadowed only
by his contribution to the Amer-
ican way of life and America's
democratic principles."
The Societv of Fellows is a
leadership group whose mem-
bers work to promote the AUL s
local and national programs.
mns TtXZm&y A Moss-,he Eden Roc's
"""' *ZZr Jiy HaU, arts committee chairman.
Convolescent Home Patients
Under Sisterhood's Wing
The Sisterhood of Temple
Tifereth Jacob, Hialeah. plans
a meeting at the Temple on
Sunday, Dec. 14, at 9:30 a.m. to
discuss its new community proj-
ect which involves plans to visit
the Jewish patients on the Hia-
leah Convalescent Home. Proj-
ect chairman is Mrs. Molly
Gashun.
This evening several patients
will be brought in a bus driven
by Mayor Bernard Wtlson of
Hialeah Gardens to services at
the temple.
Calendar
Stage Shows at Club Khan (featuring Bashon, Dor, Lev)- Sat
9; Sun-Thurs., 1, 7. and 9
Slide Show by Roman Vishniak: Mon., 4; Tues., noon Wed
and Thurs., 3
Beth Sholom Thespians: Mon., 8
Lectures
Scheer, Olivestone: Israel's Economy. Sun.. 10:30; Tues.,
4:30
Nachum Astar, Consul General. Sun., noon
Nussbaum: An American in Israel. Sun., 2
Friedman: UN Resolution. Sun., 3
Geiger: Psychological Effects of War on Israel, Sun., 2
Fagin: Holocaust Literature. Sun. and Tues., 7:30
Soshuk: Hebrew. Mon. and Thurs., 11
Schechterman: Mideast Political Situation. Mon., 3;
Wed.. 11
Gussin: American Jews in Israel. Mon.. 4:30; Tues.. 3
Miller: Israel's Political System. Tues., 3
Massin: Contemporary Art.. Wed., 8
Mt. Sinai Doctors: Medicine at Tel Hashomir. Thurs 8
Documentaries and films
"The Team"Sat., 8; Sun., noon; Mon., 6: Wed., 2:30
"Lo\ing Young Company'' Sat., 8:30; Sun., 2:30; Mon.,
8:30; Wed.. 3:30
"Masada" Sun.. 3:30; Mon., 9:30: Wed., 5:30
"Children of the Exodus" Sun., 4:30; Tues., 12:30;
Wed., 6:30
"Rubin, Palette of a Poet" Sun., 5:30; Tues.. 2:30;
Wed., 8:30
"Life From the Dead Sea" Sun., 8; Tues 3:30; Thurs.,
1:30
"Jerusalem, Image and Art" Sun.. 9:30; Tues., 5;
Thurs., 2:30
"Israeli Industry" Sun.. 5
"Bon Voyage" Mon.. noon; Tues.. 6; Thurs., 3:30
"Chen" Mon., noon; Tues., 6; Thurs., 3:30
' Profiles of the Galilee" Mon., 3:30; Tues., 9:30;
Thurs., 6
"Speaking of Israel" Mon., 5; Wed., noon; Thurs., 7:30
"Part of Them Is Me" Tues. and Thurs.. 11:30
"Vision and Promise" Tues., 2
"A Different Path" Wed., 4:30
"Let There Be Light" (narrated by Chaim Herzog)
Wed., 8
"Hands of the Future" Thurs., 10:30
Ruth Dayan (left) was one of the first guests to check
into the reopened Eden Roc Hotel Mrs. Dayan is in Mi-
ami Beach in connection with the Shouk Hashalom, the
Marketplace of Peace." which opens at Temple Beth
Sholom on Dec. 6. Other Israeli participants who will be
staying at the Eden Roc include Yeheskiel Kassef, Isr
Trade Commissioner (New York}; Zeev Sher, con
consul to the U.S.I entertainers Daliah Lavi Q
Bashon, and artist Moshe Gat. Morns Lansburgh
Ted Hankoff of the Eden Roc gave a rt
mts in the Expo on Dec. 4. Shown with
Dayan are Sue Miller of the Israeli Expo committ and
Ted Hankoff, managing director of the Eden Ri
Reception at Eden Roc Hotel
Honors Beth Sholom's Expo
Morris Lansburgh and Ted
Hankoff ol the Eden Roc
gave a reception and cocktail
party on Thursday at the > ;il:
Pomneii to help promote i
culture and tiade in the L'r ted
States in connection with the
Shouk Hashalom (Marketplace
of Peace) Expo, which opens at
Temple Beth Sholom on Dec. 6.
This was the hotel's first major
social function since its reopen-
ing. Dignitaries, craftsmen, en-
tertainers and artists from Is-
rael and Washington were
among the 600 guests.
Among the many local people
who attended the Eden Roc
Reception were Sen. Kenneth
Myers, Rep. Barry Kutin. Rep.
Elaine Bloom, Rep. Elaine Gor-
don, Isabel and Neal Amdur,
Marge and Leonard Wien. Har-
riet and John Shapiro, Carole
and Jack Hartley, Jill and Stan-
ley Arken, George and Donta
Fektenkreis, Martha and Lester
Mishcon. Carol and Lorraine
Greenberg. Bunny and Arthur
Horowitz, Jan and Richard Haft,
Davida and Hap Levy, Bea and
Richard Levy, and Israeli ac-
Lavi and her hus-
band. Peter Rittmaster.
Many of the women guests at
the Eden Roc wore caftans and
turbans. The food served vm
indigenous to Israel and enter-
tainment had an Israeli flavor.
Forte Forum
Joseph Lev will present *'A
Walking Tour of Israel,' with
slides showing scenes in Israel
when it was young sights and
sites present-day tourists dont
see at the Forte Forum-
George N. Caylor Forum, Tues-
day, Dec. 9, at 1 p.m. at tha
1200 West Ave. Auditorium.


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*Jen m7 Meridian
Friday. December 5, 19-5
Dr. Lipschitz To Receive
Humanities Award at Dinner
The spiritual leader of Bath
Torah Congregation in North
Mi imi Beach, Dr. Max A. Lips-
chit?, will receive the State of
Israel Kleanor Roosevelt Hu-
manities Award at the Beth
Torah Congregation-Israel Din-
<>f St it on Saturdiv. Dec.
6, at the Eden Hoe Hotel. Ac-
cording ro dinner ehalrman
Burton Young, the award will
made to Dr. Liasebitz 'be-
> >se of lus strength and inspi-
ration on behalf of the people
of Israel."
Active in th^ rabbinate for
2S iars, Dr. Lip-chit/, served
in Madison. Wise., for 12 years
before eoming to Miami. He is
president of the American Jew-
ish Congress of Florida and
es 011 the executive commit-
is national honorary chap-
lain of the Jewish War Veterans,
director of the Jewish Federa-
tion, an 1 board member of
Anti-Defamation Leagu \ the
American Friends of Hebrew
University and the Interfaith
Committee on Social Justice.
Active in the Great sr Mi 1 ni
Israsl Bond campaign, he was
North Did m chairm m
of the Combined Jewish Appeal*
Israel K nsg wry Fund c 1
ption an I presid nt of th" Rib-
binical Association ol Greater
Miami. He was named "D
Count'an ol the Week" by the
v, ,. .] h I
Rabbi Lipschitz has traveled
p> t'n;ii',.i', lecturing at the
World Council of Synagogues in
London, at the Annual Israel
American Dialogue in Jerusalem
and at the World Jewish Con-
gress in Jerusalem in February.
He has < isited with local reli-
gious and communal Vadcrs
throughout Europe, Russia, and
the Iron Curtain countries
Judge Irving Cypen Named
Douglas Gardens Meeting Chairman
Douglas
rho Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged will hold
its -9th annual meeting and
JUDGE IRVING CYPEN
r^ogrnm inauguration on Sun-
day. Dec. 21. at 2 p.m. in the
kuMttCs Kubv Auditorium
rher 1,000 south Fkridians
who are concerned about the
community's elderly and the
cuality of their life are expected
to attend. The principal activity
<' the meeting is the inaugura-
' -\ nf the irony new programs
h-iiv de^-loned by
Gardens tliis year.
Judge Irving Cypen of Miami
.'i. chairman of the board
<".< hewarr president of the
Home, has been named chair-
man of the annual meeting.
-THERE IS a tremendous
spirit of passive and dedication
among all those who are in-
volved i:: the work of Douglas
Ca-d ms." n*wrved .lu ige Cy-
pen, "and I believe it will h-
very much in evidence at the
annual meeting."
A highlight of the afternoon
will he an anmme**mflt con-
cerning the plann'd MO-bed
expansion wing, which is s-- mi
ps a ma'O'- sten toward provid-
ing institutional airsisns for the
South Florida's elderlv.
"In addition to pion-e' "
many n tm programs in the fi -Id
< 11 niiioy.. w a 1 ling
to rdi-* one of mtr most
cherisheii dreams that of ex-
, ..- 1;.,,. tv> Hn-" j itself and
making our services avn-labl
to :> iffn*fir|{ tr>w number of
people," Judge Cypen observed.
THE ORGANIZED program
at the Ruby Auditorium will be
complemented by a "garden
party." ,
Family am! CU2clreii' Service*
Announces Name Chance ami Plans
1
The board of directors of
Family and Children's Services.
Inc.. have voteo for an 1 im-
plemented a change of the
: b nsy'j name to Unit 'd Fa->iiv
i.nd ('hildren's Service, UK.
.' r*nH GdSSen, president, and
Paul K. Reed, executive dl
: it. believe the new name will
help differentiate this Unit >d
\ ag ncy tro n 1 aHous go\ -
ei nnent;d agencies.
Mr. G-issen has aslH' d a
fund drive to raise S75.000 to-
\.....1 utu OUtuight purchase of
t" *>W "t!i Street b 'ilding the
Bg ncy rents lor us? as its cen-
t -: "*fic?. Ownershm of re-
building, Gassen pointed oiit.
will Signifle mtly reduce ac'-'in-
tstratsvs overhead expenditures
and permit more channeling of
f n Is received from the Cn't-d
Wav of Dade County into direct
community aeseine.
1 '1 fund drive, which will b -
directed toward a li-mted list of
corporate and individual pro-
r-cctive donors from D*c. 1,
1975. to April 30. t9T6, has full
ooproval from United Way.
Such approval is required Gas-
- n explained, becaus* United
Way annually allocates about
S<00 000 to United Family and
( hildrrns S-tvich.
Splvea IJoltrroar membar
of the board ol directors of
U'n'txl Pamllv and Children'*
Gorviees, is fund-raising com-
mittee ehaii wan.
\\ Ighington-b is -d imr-nili--
Jack Anderson, a reporter who
h<~>s"Tf h -came a news figure.
will be the princioal speaker it
the annual me-ting of United
Family and Children's Services
on Jan. 2 at the Dupont l'liaa
i..,.i. i ins t> me list time the
puMc has been m> it.-d to at-
tend the In id Way af-ncy's
me tmg. and it marks as w II
''.- 9tU1 of thei terms for new-
ly eL-efd ofiirers and mem-
be s of the board of direct irs
of Uni*. \\ Family and Children's
.\er\ ic -s.
1""i'TK" ,!.| .,snn prefers tS
I ;"-e himself free to turn to
I ibiects that mav be c\nrent
news when he speaks, his tonic
lias not been announced. He has
r-entlv e^b"---ed th ctA
bv revfdin? details of how the
ncy tert him under surveil-
lance in \9ff.
In unnouneine Anderson's ac-
ceptance of the invitation to
iweak at 0Bj dinner, Mrs. Carol
(Arthur) Cou"sHn. im-"ib>r of
the Imiu-O and a friend of the
journalist, not -d that ".lack
m#i*i an esnerially anpronri ir-
snaaker far a famito ?-.-\r
SJWkv like otiri ... h has nine
children ."
UK. SAAit ii- bLKIN
Bclkiii Honored
Mire than l.S^O Deool will
Hither at the Waldorf-Astoria
in N-\v v,),k on Sunday eve-
nine to a> 1 i HltJ t I D*. Sa a-
u ,-l Bf I' m, who, aft.-r a 32
year torm as president of Ye-
shi- a I'm-e:sit", lias hein nam-
ed tta ii st chan sell >r.
Dating Dr. HI ins tenure,
Ysiiixn University has become
lerj > n \ ;d and has an
em dlraent bl more than 7,500
men nd i >men.
Temple Beth Am
Pe wit a I ndii 3 ths 1 i
R I Chanukah c n
dl I ning a
! I '-. b"hlg a candle to
h m .,. iamash
tight. Ha -net Pot! '. and her
Youth Chort'S v.ill pre
Chanukah music.
Th ts nple's "Ni in I
ra 1" !^ piansi d : ir S
at 7 p.-".. with tiie seciai hall
transformed into an Israeli
,-c n l>:r.'ie dencing pnd en-
tertain-nent are on the p <>-
s am, an j hi n trees a e M iri -1
and P;iii Re'itz, 1 ngtime w >rk-
p'-s on >>h'M 1 rti t if- of
Israel. Rei itz is a member of
the l'.--,,i k- 11 ; d an 1 active in
c immunity organizations
Techtiioii l.iinrh
The American ..ocietv for
'r "-hnion. Womnn's Di\-ision.
Miami Beach Chapter, plans a
luncheon lor Thursday. Dec. 11,
at 111 1, at tii H intmurtre Ho-
t I !-: \v '-. Om*H Pi i-tBi;l<
of "The New Israelis" by Da\ id
Schoenbruin is featureu
Lemberg Honored by Mercy Hospital
Dr. Louis i.emberg. chiet Of
the Department of Cardiology,
was lion.red at the M-rcy Hos-
pital HI er Anniversary Ball
on Nov. 2. (or his quart -i-c.-n-
tury as a stall mem
1 >!. ..,.;.' Cha itj ball
Farband Lebediker Branch
Joseph P. Zuckerman, Na-
tional Labor Zionist represent i-
and Lebediker Branch
president for the past IS y ars,
1. c ntly appeared in Miami
an i other Southe n areas at
Zionist rallies to protesl th UN
resolution equating Zionism and
racism.
Zuckerman, who is vice presi-
dent of the Labor Zionist 11 i
erntion and \ic- chairman ol
Jewish Labor Committe has
organized a branch n Century
Village an 1 establish 11
munity relations c i to
sen'e th resl lents ol thai area.
01 the Demi Country Llub vas
attended by about 500. and pro-
used to est
a teli '-lit at the 1
tal. I* Mrs James K. ,|lu]e
H (re mi en and Dr. and
Mrs. I'ereira were co-
.i,*j -.
There w*!! be a Chai
party on Thursday. Dec. 4. at
7 p.m. at Washington I
Vise p sMant Oscar Shapiro
will lead the Zlmrah En
and vice president Fannie Gib-
son will conduct the me
Cantor w itznvr will perform
the oeremond
Temple Beth Am ii pi
ing a Festival ol Jewish loud
and Song this evening at l> 30
ai tne 1 up*v .1 Do I < ;,,,
["he evening is iponae
F iends L'nli nited, whii
ii1- evei for single 111 >pl n
> ie 30-5/1 as -j "oup.
PUZZLED! h\ Norina A. 0 rovilz
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P E I B C S L H 0 A R E C
Y Y D Z I T 0 0 A E S E
TJ I P \ I I N B I H I
L K G V B J I E D E CJ L
E I 0 E I E L 3 T K M A j
E M P R 0 E K R 0 3 E T R
K W S \T F G A 1 R Q 0
J T C H G T? E B DL06 z
K A H N V^ V K J 2 E R P T
3 0 Y V LAD E G K M J B
The names ol tti rteen Jews who have played pan
in tin '' niei ican poi:: cal cent are hidi en in his
How man) or their tames, listed below, can vou find?
Abraham RIBIi Julius KAHN
Baruch VLADECK rthur GOLDBERG
Francis SALVALKW Simon BAMBERGER
Emanuel CELLER David NILES
Jacob AR) KV Joseph RAUH
Julius MEIER i)av id WLEE
Alex ROSE
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
Answers are on pagi lll-B
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the
nation
Israel
lives!
As concerned Jews anc
Americans, we join others of
all Faiths in condemning the
recent obscene act of the
U.N equating Zionism wrtr
racism We also feel that it is
the special responsibility of a
Americans to speak out a-
gamst this outrageous reso-
lution Contact your electee
officials and let them knov\
how you feel
As the great Rabb. Hillel once
said
"If I am not for myself, the"
who is for me, but if I am onK
for myself then what am I, an?
if not now WHEN!"
MURRAY BRESK'
Presider
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Friday, December 5, 1975
P+nH*f fh-^ictHmn
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Ferre Dinner Vice Chairmen Named
\
Joel Gray, dinner, chairman,
has announced th five South
. have
n named vi lirmen ol
14 B Htn ian-
Ka \ i and ball
in nibute to Mi I ?0i M
rice A. Ferre. The dinner at the
Konovi r Hotel will benefit B'nai
The
H I in, Miami Beach
d philanthropist:
Kenneth B. George, Jr., p
\
Joel Cray (above, right), executive vice president of
Doral Hotels o) Florida, greets some of the B'nai i>
. -ones : '. i .tended a recent cocktail reception at
Doral Hotel for the committee of the Dec. 14 B'nai
B'rith Humanitarian Award dinner and ball honoi
Mayor Maurice A. Ferre. Pictured with Gray are (from
left) Rabin Ben imin M. Kahn of Washington, D.C.. exec
. i ice pi of B'nai B'rith; Dr. Irving Lehrman.
i T. manu-El, Miami Beach, and David M.
rfberg of K >xvtlle, Tenn., international president of
B'rith Others (below) attending the cocktail re-
ttion were from left) /'. Albert 1'allot; B'nai B'rith
idem David M Blumberg, Malcolm H. Fromberg,
. Judge M A. Friedman, a member of the B'nai
th Supreme Lodge board >!' governors.
?.
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Miami Women Sponsor
"Plea for Human.Rights"
Kuth Dayan is the special
i .a the annual lAknt
t 1 In.':.m Rights Fof 9a*
iet Jewvy," .slated (or Wednes-
fcc. 18, ai 'v.o a.m. and
red by the Greater Mi-
w:ii i rMrM Women's
Dh isioBi
*k Joiniag Mrs. npn at the
JJ GMJF auditorium 'til bC Jew-
and non-JeWish u-omen rep-
>entiflp the community and
any local women'a ontaniza-
and sisterhoods.
"Our observance of Human
>)av." explained Ellen
M.iiniier. chairman of the'1975
Vomedh Plea, corresponds
with the anniversary of the
nited Nations' adoption of the
laratioa ol Human Rights.
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ObservajMM Use this will be
liekl in Jewish contmunitk-s :
throughout America on that day.
' I his year the focus o the day
will l>e those Jews who have
come to. be known as Orphans
of the Ahyah' those still in
need of our attention, among |
the millions of Jews still held '
in the Soviet Union. These "or-
phans' are children and' rela-
tives of those Jews who were
already granted visas to Israel
but who are heW virtual
captives themselves.
"This heartless drscnmma-
tion," Mrs. Mandler said, "has
left them stranded in-a hostile
society. We must do what we
can on their behalf, and on-be-
half of aH those whose human |
rights are ignored. despite
the U.N. declaration.''
Dade County civic and so-
cial leaders- will join Mrs. .
Dayan at the Federation' on:
Wednesday, when conrmunity-
wide activities will culminate)
with the presentation by organ-
ization representatives of near *
ly 50.000 personal letters for:
delivery to the orphans" in-;
the Soviet Union. The letters i
have been written by organi-'
zation and sisterhood members,
to show through'the-U.S. and !
Soviet postal^ .services that
the "orphans'' are not ahme.
Thousands"' of America* Jews,
concerned with human- lights
are participating'in this nation-
al action
"Representatives front; esery
faith and every group tin N-
ami mat'- be involved. In oar
ptae, eaa December 10." said
Mrs:' Mandler,- "if they care-to
speak ot tor human< right*
for. the denial oi these- basic
liberties- does not affestt only
Jdwieh people. Our efforts sym-
bolize our desire-to'spread the
blessings of human rights to
d nt < P the Flagship First Na-
tional Bank of Miami Beach;
Alt: ; H. : i rice p
dent of 1
Chapels: "id
C '"' IKJ B :
Koth.
i itive R.
Albert I'.illot is din aw cochi
mand and Dr. Irving Lehr
rabbi of Temple Emanu-El, is
honorary ( hairman.
i liatnaii corm*dMee in-
< u\ .' ii S. BOUags, Jr.,
Jerry Blank, Utah li. Chap-
mag Jr., Hon. Stephen P. Cktrk,
Charles E. CsMfr Jr.. William
Colson, Ida Cooper. Arthur
Courshon, Irving Cypcn, Ralph
A. DeMeo. MatthV i me, David
Adath Yeshurim Sisterhood
To Htwe Yoga lesson
The Sisterhood of Temple
Yeshurun general meeting on
Dec. 17 at 8 p.m. will include
a yoga program conducted by
Edith Epstein. Mrs. Epstein will
teacher proper breathing for (
health, meditation, etc.
M's Phyllis Zimmerman, pub-
licity chairman, announced the
mealing and asked the par-
ticipants to wear loose clothing
and bring beach towels or mats
and "open minds."
B. Fteeman, MHtoti M. Gaynor,
rton S. Gol
G uber, Eug ne E I
M< Ivin Jacobs, J. H. Kanter.
ma Carlin Kipnis, William
M Klein, Cal K<
im J. Lev
Monna I i fhte, Mark Matthew
or-
Ii Max Orovitz, Hon. and M
Charlet E.
d .1. Potvin
:,.enick, Robert
'l. Ha
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and Mrs I
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on. Milt.-
hard I Wolfson ai I
M. Zimmerman.
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Honors Famous Jewish-American Patriots
SOLOMON BUSH c. 1745 c. 1796
Colonel in the Continental Arm>
Cloncl Solonmn Mlih leached, the
higbeM rink ol all Jewish DMkn in
iheConiinental Arniv. Hn lirst ilutv
in the War ol Independence mmn
DVpwty Adjutant QEBMaai Ol the l'iMin\yh.nii>
Stittc Militia. I IfMni in-.ir lti.inl\-wme. Rtth
icceived a near i.il.il Wuodi He wmtid but
was captured when rhihulolpht* wai taken hv
ihe British. He u.ts liter lieed nv.i prisoner
cxch.uijse a ad applied lor r.Kioiis aad pay. The
Supreme Executive ( oninmtiv >uuhed his rec-
ord and Cited htm lor ,i distinguished tad bnl-
lianiareer,especi.illydiiriiijcilKUdiK-icl I77h
when the service w.is critit.il and hasafdaasi."
AftOi tht war, unable l<> connect v. till govetn-
meat job, and probably >ovkiis/netlical aid lor
his wound thai never tpiiK- he.ilvd. HikIi |oui-
ncyed to England-where he .i-4.mii was .ihlc to
serve his country Ihe BfWtahnvaaa still sinari-
mg undeT (letcii. aad waaa pwmaag po^6)
which led to the War ol I8J, soizing and
searchme American boats and eofMOfipling
A tradition in American-Jewish homes
for half a century
K CERTrFTTD KOSHFR
their saiU'rs into the Royal Navy. At the tune.
ne I .V consul oi ambassador uas present to
I'liervene. SO ( i Bush look il upon liiinsell to
aet on behalf ol his lellow Americans. He
repatlad his efforts lo President Washington
whaaa eaMavci contained .irni commendations
tiir the Colonel's successful interventions,
(HiIu-n return lo America, Hu-h applied foi the
oilhre ol Pottmastci General, recently vacated
hv linuiiln Pickering who badibecn promoted
to Secrei.m ol War. He was the first law
known to be considered for C'ahmet rank li he
tailed lo reach '.his olfice, his rnhealed wound
must h,iu' played a role since u did hasten his
death. probabK in 1791
/Wious Jews-
^wncanffWy
SEND FOR
EXCITINC
BOOKLE1
Honoring li lw\
jnd Famous
Jews m
American
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^ ,"i hi,I von children will ho thrilled to raod
the f.iseinaiinii stories In tMs booktei about
m i im Hen the profiles
ol many "historic" laws who made noinWc
i inlributions lian in,l hmMinu of
,-hi nation s m (noai mpas iHtJasMMBa
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Friday, December 5, 1975
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Federation Hosts "Tel Aviv Hak-Tana"
Dizengoff Street Tel Aviv's created in miniature for an eve-
main thoroughfare was re- n-ng on tne pool deck 01 rac
VIOLINIST, CELLIST and FLUTIST made up the three-
piece band that traveled from shtetl to shtetl to play at
Jewish wedding celebrations, which were scheduled ac-
cording to when the trio would arrive in town. The
MITZVAH DANCE, performed with a handkerchief at the
weddings, brought happiness to the bride and groom.
Because of a lack of books and the small niunbei of pu
pits, the rabbi taught the Talmud to shtetl boys of all
ages at the same time in the HEBREW SCHOOL.
Carillon Hotel It the Council
of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds' 44th General As-
sembly.
Chairman of the Social Events
Committee, which planned sav-
ei il other GA events, was MikH
Futernic*. Barbara Eiscnbsrg
plann >1 the Tel Aviv Hak-Tana.
Strolling down the crowded
one 'ild sample fela-
fel. hot corn an 1 Israeli candy,
ofi -v t i n delicacies were
a'-.-i" -h' in the I oniitoria (bak-
nryl Mi' i and at the Buy Israel
>ti re hnummous. halva.
Shal,"1 Brand cholent (barley
, n I be ins) and knitted-in-Israel
, ,,,., ,, .,, wert for sal*
were also an Israeli
"it and ic j-crsa i stand.
B].Al-uniformed hostesses
to v.'.! some delegates to a Travel
Israel Shop.
Delegates danced and sanr to
th music of the Chosen Chil-
dren l uoobide.
The shtetl rabbi was called upon for ARBITRATION
settling differences between residents and his deci-
sions were binding.
"The Shtetl" in Sculpture
To Be Showu at Temple Emanu-El
An exhibition of 42 original
carvings by Jacob Sheiniuk of
North Miami Beach depicting
"The Shtetl" will be on display
at Temple Emanu-El from Dec.
15-23. The presentation is spon-
sored by B'nai B'rith and B'nai
B'rith Women.
Sheiniuk, a member of the
B'nai B'rith Dedication Lodge
at Jade Winds, will donate the
entire collection of wood, wood-
Detroit Club Elects
Officers and Plans Dinner
The Detroit Club of North
Miami Beach elected officers
for 1976 at its last meeting.
They are Joseph H. Siegel,
president; Joseph Milgrom,
Phil Cameron and Leo Magid,
vice presidents; Mollie Came-
'ron, recording secretary; Gor-
don Kozda, treasurer; Honey
Magid, financial secretary; Jo-
seph Ainbinder. corresponding
secretary; Al Lipman, parlia-
mentarian and chaplain; Na-
thaniel Goldstick, associate
chaplain; Mitchell Goldstone,
honorary president; Rose Be-
linsky, honorary 1st vice pres-
ident.
Rose Belinsky. Sol Kling, Mor-
ris J. Friedman, Sadie Corn-
field. Elaine Milgrom. Rose
Kling, and Dr. Edward Stern are
the executive board of trustees.
David Brown. Louis Corman,
Sherman Porvin, Max Gold-
hoff. Oscar Schorr and Rose
Erlichman are board members.
The club is planning a din-
ner dance and show for Sunday,
Jan. 25. at 6 p.m. at the Caril-
lon Hotel.
"Women of Watergate"
To Be Reviewed
In Sound of Books Series
Dr. Joseph R. Narot will re-
view the provocative "The
Women of Watetgate" by Alden
Cohen and Madeleine Edrnond-
son. The authors ask a funda-
mental question: "If loyalty
makes these women partners in
things that are wrong, is loyalty
no longer a good thing?"
Rabbi Narot will give his
views in a Temnle Israel Sister-
hood "Sound of Books" lecture
on Tuesday. Dec. 9, at 10:30
a.m. at the Temple.
plastic and metal carvings to
the B'nai B'rith Klutznick
Museum in Washington. D.C.
"Shtetl," the Yiddish diminu-
tive for "town" or "city," gen
erally refers to those relatively
small communities in Eastern
Europe from which many Jews
emigrated to the United States
between 1880 and 1923.
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At ELLIS ISLAND immigrants had to pay a $10 entrance
fee or be claimed by a relative after traveling from
the shtetl in steerage to America. If they couldn't pay
and no one met them, they were denied admission to the
U.S., but the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS) was
eventually created to meet their need.
Hadassah Events
S*nM TucV"*- Groun will
!.' | ;,.., monthly meeting and
..... !>.,! r>t the Coastal
Towers Tarty Room, on Mon-
,1 D t. 8. Henrietta Szold's
h< '......"0"n. There will be
a candle-lighting and a cantata.
a
Natanya Group will hold a
regular meeting on Tuesday.
'' -. 16. at 12:30 p.m. at Winston
Towers 200. The program in-
pi- ><; r. fdm. -if I Forget Thee."
Chapter president is Fay Berk-
ley.
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Ph?a ROO Group will hold a
Founder's Day L'jncheon for
H MO. at the Deauville Hotel,
Wednesday, Dec. 17, at noon.
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Stephen S. Wise Group will
hold the annual Founder's Day
Luncheon on Monday, Dec. 22.
at the Deauville Hotel. Chair-
persons are Peggy Weiss and
.^chiffman.
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Residents and guests of three
North Dade area apartment
complexes have announced
Night in Israel" campaign
events on b.-half of the 1975-
7o Greater Miami Israel Bond
Oigani/ati annmncem.nt was made by
Robert L. Jri-gel of Bay Harbor
Islands, g.me.a1 campaign chair-
man.
On Monday, Dec. 8. at 8 p.m.
in the Winston low.rs 100 au-
ditorium, the State rt Is,ad
Bonds Israel Solidarity Award
will be presented ti Harry D.
and Henrietta R. Fog^lson. Spon-
sored by the Winston Towers
100 Israel Bonds Committee un-
der the cochairmanship of Jo-
seph Conway and Daud Abra-
mowitz, the evening's entjrtain-
m nt will feature Eddie Schaf-
fer. Honorary chairmen are
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Adelman.
HARRY FOGELSON, a mem-
ber of the board of directors of
B'nai B'rith Haym Solomon
Lodge No. 2885, is a founder
and commodore of the Coastal
Towers Yacht Club. Henrietta
Fogelson is a member of the
B'nai B'rith Women.
On Tuesday, Djc. 9, the resi-
dents of the Forum in North
Miami Beach will attend th.ir
"Night in Israel'" program at
8 p.m. in the Recreation Hall.
Sponsored by the Weizmann
Lodge B nai B'rith No. 2727 and
the Forum Israel Rwuis com-
mittee under the chairmanship
of M.>rris Schneider tan, the
men and w mien will nay t i'v
ute to fellow resident R iyal
Kweit and hear an address
from ,he Israeli entsrtataer
Danny Tadmo.t. Kw it a ra't
president of th w .isnann
Lodg^'. currently s -n ts on the
bca.d of fuVectaiS. In 1951 he
was threatened while on an in-
specti n mis.i .n f >r th. I nit.-d
Statss Ai Force in Js!.ui A-a-
bh b-cause he is a member of
the Jewish faith.
ACCORDING u Schneider-
man, "Wj are deeply honored
t ) D3 a part cf this special t iK-
Ute to Royal, who will be th^
recipient cf th> highly coveted
Is.ael Solidarity Award for his
sen ice on bshalf of the men.
w.v^en and children of Israel."
The Galahad Dade Israel
Bcmls Committee will present
its Night in Israel" on Wednes-
day. Djc. 10, at 8 p.m. in the
Galahad Dade "B" Recreation
Room, it was announced by
Philip Brill.
Danny Tudmore is special
guest, and Irene and Alex Lampl
will receive the Israel Solidar-
ity Award.
Alex Lampl is the vice presi-
d.nt of B'nai Biith Ben Ye-
huda Lodge No. 2962 and Con-
gregation Ohav Shalom. anJ
t easurer ot Galahad Dade Golf
Club.
Milton M Parson, executive
director, s.iiJ "We must all re-
pi'mu.T t iat the only aid Israel
rec ives for her enure devel-
opment an: reconstruction pro-
i"i i- the itate of Israel
i.i n Is and through the efforts
cf th m n and .v men of Great-
M'.i-'-i tree hi-rissa we can
h Ip achie- e our total goal of
Lng Israel B sound and
advanced nati n economically."
United Synagogue Plans
Presidents Council Meeting
Herbert Lelchuk, presid nt of
Beth Moshe Congregation, i is
announced a South Nj-.ijt.
Southeast Region, United Syna-
gogue; of America, Presilnts
Council meeting on Sun.liy
morning at 10 at Beth David
Congregation.
Lelchuk, chairman of the
South Florida PresiJents Coun-
cil, has said the meeting will
include report; on the biennial
convention of the Unit -d Syna-
gogue of At? i'i. which had
many delegates from the South
Flonda a ..a wO the pro-
gram of thj n:wlv organized
Commis>i n on Jewish Educa-
tion.
The P-"si lents Council will
be art en d by Dr. Elliott Gor-
don. Beth David Congregation;
Marvin Solomon, Temple Or
Olom; Arthur Bloom, Temple
Zion; Judc? Fred Barad, Temple
Emanu-E): Carl Rosenberg,
Temple Menorah; Louis Such-
man, Temple Ner Tamid; Ema-
nuel Brown. Congregation B'nai
Raphael; Hyman Katz. Beth
Torah Coneresationf Dr. Fretl
BlumenthaJ. Temple Beth Sha-
lom, Hollywood; Joseph Klei-
man, Temple Sinai, Hollywood;
Ronald Mishkih. Temple Beth
Israel, Ft. Lauderdale; Martin
Kurtz, Temple Sholom, Pom-
pano; Leslie Howard Berger,
Temple in the Pines. Pembroke
Pines; Alan Marcovirz, B'nai
Torah Congregation, Boca Ra-
ton; Robert Rapaport, Temple
Beth El. West Palm Beach.
Mizraclii Women
Plan Meetings
Miami Beach Chanter presi-
dent Kachei Katz has announced
a meeting on Tuesday. Dec. 9.
at 1 p.m., at Washington Fed-
eral Auditorium.
is -to &
Shalom Chapter president Rea
Krieger has scheduled a Chan-
ukah party honoring Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Lowenheim on
their golden anniversary, on!
Tuesday, Dec. 9, at 1 p.m. in j
the clubroom of 100 Lincoln Rd. {
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Hadar Chapter president Lil-
lian Chabner, on behalf of Mol-
lie Horn, invites all paid-up life,
memoes vt Lie chapter to a
Patio Fi.sta Luncheon at the j
Surfside home of Esther Diener.!
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Gaul* Chapter president
Freda Oster and her program,
vice president, Germide Ester-i
man, have planned a meeting
fiialm lull slides and discussion
on "Energy o' the Future '
Nuclear Power," Wednesday,
Dec 10, 8:30 p.m.. at Congre-
gation Beth Israel. The program
is presented miougu the cour-
tesy of the Florida Power and
tesy of FPL.
Federation Offers Enrichment Course
MR. AND MKo. H. FOGELSON ux. maj .oiu. *U* LAMPL
"Nights in Israel" Announced
By 3 North Dade Complexes
Th? fl ee c nine for en-
richment oi Jewish community
I i an ign 1'rainmg
Institute, will be sponsored by
the Greats*' Miami Jewish Fed-
eration on M nday and Tues-
day, D-c. 15-16. Enrollment is
op-n fir the three-hour aca-
demic session, created for the
commumt!) by the GMJF Wom-
en's Di i.i n
CTI will have th < r separate
s.-ssi n> Mjnday morning
and aft noon an i Tuesday
e : ning ti permit wide par-
ticipation.
The faculty for the course,
3s-"bl?d bv CTI chairman
Mann To Chair
Jewish Education
Commission
Joseph Gilden. president.
Southeast Region. United Syna-
gogue of America, has an-
nounced ths appointment of
Sevroour Mann. Tempi." Sinai,
Hollywood, as chairman of the
new Commission on Jewish Edu-
cation.
Seymour Mann, a former
president of the Southeast Re-
gion anl of Tempi" Sinai, has
been active in comnunil work
dealing with education on the
youth and adult levels.
The commission's first meet-
ing will be on Mondav. Dec. 8,
at 8 p.m. at Tempi? Sinai. Hol-
lywood. Among those attending
will be Mrs. Priscilla Adler and
Mrs. Paul Papi"r. Beth David
Congregation; Mrs Linda Hor-
nick, Temple Or Olom; Dr.
Lloyd Wruole, Temple Zion;
Lawren<"> M. Schantz, Temple
Emanu-F.l: Dr. Mo-ton Korn.
Templo Menorah; Morton Good-
man. Temple Ner Tamid: Mrs.
Stanley Gotland and Mrs. Paul
Richman. Ternrde Beth Moshe:
Mrs. Sandv Nirenbeig. Congre-
gation B'nai Raphael: David
Misonznidc, Beth To: ah Congre-
gation: Dr. rr.vl Blumenthal.
Temple Beth Shalom: Mrs. Phyl-
lis Kraemer. Mrs. Marlene Lus-
skin and Michael Einhorn. Tem-
ple Sinai, Hollywood: Mel Zi-
prin, Temple Beth Israel, Ft.
Lauderdale; Sam Marks. Temple
Sholom. Pompano; Samuel Po-
merantz, Temple in the Pines,
Pembroke Pines; Alan Marco-
vitz, B'nai Torah Congregation,
Boca Raton; Mrs. Barbara Wein-
stein. Temple Beth El. West
Palm Beach.

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Fran Levey, will include GMJF
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FRAN LEVEY
expert Re'a Wexler, and Dr.
Mer in Verbit, assistant | 'ofee>
of socioli gy of the City
University of .New York.
c i I will include informatiqi
lectures and practice work-
shops. The contents .uc geared
to enrich participants' knowl-
edge of the Jewish community
and Israel, and to aid in com-
munication and salesmanship
skills.
"WE ARE proud to offer our
Jewish community's leaders
the opportunity to educate
themselves and to increase
their confidence in conveying
the facts to others," Mrs. Levey
said. "We have devised the CTI
program with self-improvement
in mind. We believe," she con-
tinued, "that by building our
own understanding, we cannot
help but build a stronger and
more effective community."
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Fridav. December 5, 19"
Outstanding, Educator Eases
Ethnic Mix with Golden Rule
In 15 years of profes-
sional upward mobility, Judith
Qreme has catapulted from s
ttttrt tt lofaer to Dade County'i
onlv woman high school prin-
cipal And the moves in her ic-
cc!:rated c i from cl;
room teacher to Dade County
i'' icatii nal planni to assistant
principal to principal of Mudi-
s n Jimi-'i High School, and,
e 1973, r>rir.-i"-d of M;-imi
E 'ison Senior High School
Were never self-initiated."
That factor in Judith Greene's
vocational ttahere senna indi-
c. M>l the lady's demeanor.
A NATIVE of Brooklyn. NY..
v io relorated in Miami with
rhntogranher husband Mel
Greene in 1951, Mrs. Greene is
a surprisingly vounjj and soit-
S'H)I en i,vi>iesentauve of a
11 gely hnfeaaeraaic metropol-
itan school system.
And despite the hjgwitt of the
system and her school, Judith
( ene's philosophy is one of
indi< idnali/ation. Perhans that
is the explanation of her me-
teoric rise.
She surmises, in fact, that it
was her philosophy that propell-
ed her. She refers to the Golden
Rule and maintains that "a
school should be human."
IN DEALING individually
with teachers and their needs,
she believes the students bene-
fit in the reflected concern.' It
is with that attitude that Mrs.
I ene has becalmed, a school
that had been fraught with
racial tension.
"Its a phil )sohv that makes
e school concentrate on individ-
ual students it's not just.the
small sized school." So, in spite
of an enrollment of 2.000 stil-
ts, of which 64 per cent is
Black, Miami Edison is describ-
ed by its principal as a neigh*
h'M'huod school whose-problems
have "remarkably diminished."
Mrs. Greene is enthusiastic
that "morale is good and the
situation is orderly." It took a
cohesive effort in which much.
GENTLEMAN AGE 70
wants man or woman for
companion. Age between 55-
65; prefer one who can
drive. No cookiny or house-
work. Call 866-2825.
JUDITH GREENE
attention was paid to ethnic
backgrounds.
.THE ETHNIC mix of Black,
white (Miami Shores students),
Jamaican. Haitian, Cuban and
Puerto Rlcati at Edison is played
upon deliberately.
The cultural differences are
accentuated to enhance the in-
ternational flavor. Mrs. Greene's
attitudes have taken the divisive
situations of the late '60's and
early *70's and settled them con-
siderably
It was after her earlier suc-
cessful handling of tensions and
protests at Madison Junior
High School in Northwest Dade
that Mrs. Greene was assigned.
her present oost at Edison.
Secure that hers had not
been just "a token assignment"
for a woman or a Jew, she was
welcomed by the faculty and
has established a fine rapport
with the extended neighbor-
hood ol h t Mrhool's boundaries.
PERSONALLY, her own j
boundaries have hardly been
limited. Citing the "highlight"
of her career. Mrs. Creenc re-1
called her oarticipation. as one
-of 45 American secondary
school principals, in a visit to
Eastern European schools for a
study mission.
"I came home appreciating
our schools, ind it upset me to
see the lack of appreciation for
the United States by our stu-
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She defends the needs of the
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While maintaining that "tho6e
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order to "spread the positive
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students who have traveled the
public school circuit success-
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loves learning, who is concern-
ed with the importance of the
job at hand and who hopes to
ease the cynicism of today's
]xst-\Vatergate youth.
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ami Edison, or as a consultant
to Temple Beth Sholom's facul-
ty, or as past chairman of the
Florida State Department Re-
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for the good of all Florida's
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* Final Plans Being Made
For Hebrew Academy Dinner
Final plans for the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy's 28th
annual Scholarship Dinner will
be mapped Tuesday. Dec. 2, at
a 7:30 p.m. meeting in the
school's diniiv; room.
The Dec. 11 event at the
Dcauville will honor Hay Har-
bor Islands banker and philan-
thropist Shepard Broad Milton
Boric will be MG
Charles Alervuirzer md Jack
S. Panicle, Miami Beach civic
and religious leader-, have been
named dinner chaii
Merwitzer, the son ol the late
Mr and Mrs. Louis Merwitzer,
founders of the Hebrew Acad-
emy, is a member of the
school's board. POpick, a vie
president, is past president of
the Greater Mi.' a Chapter of
the Amestoan HhiraU of Mto
Hebrew University, oi "he Jew-
ish Home for the Aj.J ol Great-
er Miami an>! oi the Bureau of
Jewish Bdueation ol Greater
Miami.
Their acoaflrtaoH I '.'-'re-an-
nounced by Judge Norman C'i-
menti Bobpau \eaeey presi-
dent, and by I H ANams, din-
ner committ."' chai man All are
working with ftabbi Ctexander
Gross, principal
The associate chairmen of
the dinner are Moi Broad.
Norman Broad. Max Deakter,
George Feldenl im Gor-
don, Irving Firtel Nicholas
Morlv and Jacob RHWn
Other kej co appoint-
ments were lead bv
Geor e Kim i man of
the board ol th tew. Acad-
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0; car Mnnib. iefl pi-esi-
deni of the Academy, was
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Kimmel was appointed chair-
man of the Hebrew Academy
FeHows; whose membership
i-mbraees ail individuals and
firms contributing $61 .J scho-
l"^rhtrs to the school, an af-
filiate' of the national Torah
L'mesovan movement. Jerome
Bitnenteid. a founder of the
school; was named cochairman
ol th; Academy Fellows.
Mayor Harold Kosen of Mi-
a-nt* Beach was named chair-
man of the national honorary
committee. Cochairman of the
Florida Committee for Bar-Ilan
University and honorary chair-
man of the Greater Miami Chap-
ter of the American Red Magen
David for Israel. Rosen was the
1975 recipient of the Israel
Prime Minister's Award from
Stare of Israel Bonds.
Judge Irsvin S. Christie, Herb
ert S. Gruber and Judge David
Trask accepted appointments as
cochairman of Mayor Rosen's
committee:
Thing-A Dings Has Gifts
From 36 Nations
Iris Poland, who opens Thing-
A-Dings today on Arthur Ood^
frey Road, describes it as- an
"atmosphere shop" offering'
uifts and accessories for "you,
me, him. her, bed, bath, etCi,
etc., etc." Merchandise from 36^
countries is available.
Thing-A-Dings' interior was,
designed by Salvatora Anthony
Rnsco, and its manager is Anne
Kramer, B Miami buyer who is
one of the highest paid women
buyers in Florida.
Before moving to Baltimore.
where she began Thing-A-Dings.
Mrs. Poland was graduated from
Coral Gables High School and
won a full four-year scholarship
to the University of Miami,
where she majored music. She
was named "Woman Entrepre-
neur of the Year" bv a national
maea/ine. Her husband. Sidney
Poland, is on the national board
of the Israel Bond Committee
and in 1973 received Israel's
Silver Anniversary Award.
Torah Academy Party
The Torah Academy of South
Florida is sponsoring a Chan-
ukali party and game night on
Sunday at the social hall of
Yoimg Israel of Greater Miami.
BAL KORAH
WANTED
Write B. K., Box 012973,
Miami, Fla. 33101
We extend best wishes
to our many friends
for the
Chanuka Season
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Hebrew Academy Founding Families
Will Be Honored at Koaeh Breakfast
Twenty-eight families who
were founders of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy will be
honored on Sunday, at a Koach
Breakfast at 9:45 a.m. in the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion Building.
"Koach" is Hebrew for
^twenty-eight' and "strength."
The Hebrew Academy and the
State of Israel will observe their
28th anniversaries during the
current Jewish year. Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, principal of
the Hebrew Academy, noted.
Hosts for the unusual func-
tion, being held in preparation
for the 28th annual Scholarship
Dinner of the Hebrew Academy,
planned for Dec. 14 at the Deau-
ville Hotel, are six Hebrew
Academy graduates who are
now leaders of the Jewish Fed-
eration: Michael Adlcr, Barry
Bogin, leon Hrtcl. Ike Goldcm-
berg. Stewart Mirmelli and
Richard Zinn.
RABBI GROSS, who has been
principal of the Hebrew Acad-
emy since it opened with six
students 28 years ago. will pay
tribute to the 28 families for
their role in helping the school
become th" larger Hebrew day
school in the United'Shrtes miT^
side of metropolitan-New York:
with an enrollment of TOO stu-
dents.
The Hebrew Atadetny is a
beneficiary agency of thtrGreot-
er Miami Jewish Fctteration antt
of its annual -Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
campaign.
THE FAMILIES- of Benjamin
Appei, Herman' Berk, Hyman
Berman. MOrris- Bienenfeld.
B. I. Binder, Adolf Biantc. Char-
les Charcowsky.- Jack- ard 'Ixmts
Ciment. Joseph Cfohen; Irving
Firtel. Meyer I'rankel. Harry
Genet, Nathan Ginsburg. Sam-
uel Gruatdwerg, George Kimmel,
Aaron S. I liam G. Mechanic. Louis Mer-
wit/'.-r. Al Osheroff, Rabbi
Joseph Rackovsky, Samuel Rein-
hard, Jack Sa'in. Jacob Schech-
teri JoseoJi Shapiro. Max Sil-
berg. William Silverstein and
Isidore Snoltsr will be honored
at the Koach Breakfast.
Dr. David Andron oi Now
York City and his family will
also be honored. Dr. Andron
was first president and pioneer-
ing leader ol the Hebrew Acad-
emy.
Two Hew JCCPfaqroms Offered for Women
The Jewish'Community On- ats.' "The Pumpkin
ters of South Florida is offer-
ing two new morning programs
for women. A series of well-
I nou n t'tlms depicting the var-
ious social conditions in which
women find themselves will be
presented at 9:30 anti at the
JCC Teen Center in the Aztec
Room at the Dadeland Inn.
l ater"
will bo shown on Jan. 14 and
A -Majo;i1y oi One" is sebed*
ul'*d for Febr 10. A dtscusrion
will follow each him presenta-
tion.
Thi*-series begins on Wednes-
day. Dec. 10. with "Forty Car-
A sr\-se*M'in clasu in CH v ve
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Jenny Blank Become* Bride
Of Jack Ronald Goldstein
Jenny Blank and Jack Ron-
ald Goldstein were married at
Temple Beth Am on Nov. 29,
with Rabbi Herbert M. Baum-
gard officiating. A reception in
the temple social hall followed
the ceremony.
Mrs. Goldstein is the daugh-
ter of former Miamians Barbara
and Stanley Blnnk. who now j
live in Jacksonville, and the j
granddaughter of longtime Mi- !
ami residents Anna and Abe I
Berger. A graduate of Satellite
High School who attended Brev- i
ard Community College, she is I
employed by a wholesale food I
distributor in Jacksonville.
Mr. Goldstein is the son of j
Joy and Harold Goldstein of !
Miami. His grandmothers, also
longtime Miami residents, are |
Betty Alpert Surloff and Becky
Goldstein. He attended Miami
schools, was graduated from
Palmetto Senior High and at-
tended Miami-Dade Community
College. He is associated with
Gulf Provisions in Jacksonville.
Mrs. Goldstein wore a chapel-
length gown with guipure lace
accenting the bodice and lace-
Hi tuned bolero. Her long man-
tilla edged in matching lace fell
from a Juliet cap. She carried
a Romantic Colonial bouquet of
white phalanopsis orchids, pink
sweetheart roses, stephanotis,
baby's breath and ivy.
Mrs. Goldstein's attendants
u re maid of honor Janice
Johnson, Susi Rein (the groom's
sdster), Sandy Gdldstein (his
sister-in-law), Barbara Becker
(the bride's cousin) and Monica
Straitiff. They carried bouqu*ts
of hot-pink rubrum lilies, white
daisies and baby's breath with
pink streamers.
Sam Goldstein was his brothers'
best man. Ronald Blank (the
bride's brother), Bruce Rein
(the groom's brother-in-law),
Donald Mears and Art Sevilla
were the groomsmen. All wore
white satin yarmulkas with the
Lori Beth and Steven Fraden,
cousins of the groom, were jun-
ior attendants.
After a wedding trip to Ochos
Rios, Jamaica, the Goldstein
will \iiit in Miami briefly be-
fore returning to Jacksonville.
Among the many out-of-town
y. lests h e M s. nay Ailm and
Mrs. Sandy YVametik of Arling-
ton, 111.; the Lwin Berger Fami-
ly of Melbourne: the Bernie
Fraden family and the Dr. Arthur
btone family of Orlando; the
Fraden t?-"Ii s. Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Harris, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Harris, Mrs. Lillian Ger-
stein and the Dr. Jack Rosner
family of acksonville; Mrs.
Sophica Gold and the Martin
Golds of Palm Beach; Mr. and
Mrs. Steven Price of Ormond
Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Mack
Roth, the Lou Samuels family
and Mr. and Mrs. Neil Samuels
of Daytona Beach; and the Nor-
man Steuar family of Clear-
water.
5 Island Terrace, Byron Hall
Plan Israel Bond Events
A "Salute to Israel" brunch
and a "Night in Israel" will
open the Greater Miami Israel
Bond Organization campaign
events in the December hi-rise
drive, according to Milton M.
Parson, executive director.
On Sunday. Dec. 7, at 11 a.m.
5 Island Terrace will hold its
first campaign event on behalf
of State of Israel Bonds, ac-
cording to chairman Mrs. Lilian
Hasan. The Israel Solidarity
Award will be presented to
Shirle and Sol S. Schiff. The
guest speaker is entertainer Ed-
die Schaffer.
Sol Schiff, who has designed
and manufactured woodwork,
donated the Ark, reader's table
and speaker's table used on the
High Holy Days at the East
Midwood Jewish Center in
Brooklyn and provided the de-
cor for services at the Hewlett-
East Rockaway Jewish Centre
in Long Island.
Mrs. Schiff. a member of
ORT and Hadassah, is working
on State of Israel Bonds and
United Jewish Appeal cam-
paign drives.
BYRON HALL ON Miami
Beach plans a "Night in Israel"
for Wednesday, Dec. 10, at 8
p.m. in the Byron Hall Recre-
ation Room. Announcement was
made by chairmen Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Sloan. Sponsored by
the Byron Hall Israel Bonds
Committee, Helen and John
Temple have been named recip-
ients of the Israel Solidarity
Award.
John Temple, who was cam-

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MRS. JACK R. GOLDSTEIN
couple's monogram embroidered -
on them by the groom's mater-
nal grandmother.
Dr. Joseph H. Lookstein,
chancellor of Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity of Israel and national pres-
ident of the Synagogue Council
of America, will anive in Mi-
ami Beach on Monday to con-
fer with leadeis of the Florida
Committee for Bar-Iljn.
Plans will be completed for
a March 21 dinner at the Fon-
tainebleatl Hotel to celebrate
the 20th anniversary of Bar-
Ilan, Israel's only American-
chartered university, which is
in Ramat Gan. Bar-Han's en-
rollment is more than 7,000 un-
dergraduate and graduate stu-
dents. A city of 105,000 per-
sons, Ramat Gan is the official
sister city of Miami Beach.
MAYOR Harold Ros.m of Mi-
ami Beach is cochairman of
the Florida Committee for Bar-
Ilan University.
Dr. Lookstein, senior rabbi cf
paign chairman for the past
two years for the Combined
Jewish Appeal at Byron Hall,
is a life member of Douglas
Gardens Jewish Home for Aged
of Greater Miami, and has been
active with the Jewish Federa-
tion since its inception.
Helen Temple is a former
president of the Ladies Division
of Brandds, board member of
Torah Group Hadassah, found-
ing member of the Women's
Division of the Jewish Federa-
tion and an active member of
the National Council of Jewish
Women.
The Temples have made five
trips to Israel, where they
have been able to see the im-
portant need for Israel Bonds
at this time in Israel's history.
SPECIAL GUEST at the
'Night in Israel" is Lou Mason,
who will provide the evening's
entei tainment as well as dis-
cuss the present importance of
Israel Bond purchases. Cochair-
men of the program are Mr.
and Mrs. Alex Berman. Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Gordon and Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Sacks.
Local Hadassah Presidents
Urge Increased Membership
Mrs. Jean Feinbeig, president
of the Miami Beach Charter of
Hadassah, and Mrs. Harvey
Friedman, president of the Mi-
ami Chart t of Hadassah. are
concerned that when the res-
olution equating Zionism w-th
racism was presented to the
UN General Assembly, one of
the mast impassioned speeches
in its favor was made by the
delegate of K.wait. who said
'. until today, while many
Jews support Is aei, those who
a e enrolled in the Zionist or-
ganization and consider them-
selves card carrying, acth e
Zionists are an infinitesimal
minority of Jews. Even in this
country, where the Z'onist or-
ganization is as strong as it is
anywhere else, and perhaps
stronger than it is in many
other countries, even here the
membership of the Zionist or-
ganisation Jc a minoijly mem-
berahifr'Kfitftin th^ ljffe-' body
of American Jews."
Mrs. Feinberg and Mrs.
Friedman see in this message a
challenge to increase Hadassah
membership.
"Never was it more urgmt
nor was the time more psycho-
logically right," they sai 1. "to
call upon every American Jew-
ish woman to declare hers .If
a Zionist." |
Hadassah News
Miami Chanter's irnual Yo'tth
Aliyah l>in~>"*>n will be h '
Monday *t 11:30 a.m. at the,
Fontainehl *u Hrtel Guest
speaker will h Josie (Mrs. Leo
R.) Burson. National American
Mother of the Yar.
Mrs. Burson. w'm is a me~>-;
her of the national board of
Hadassah and a past national
vice president, is national serv-,
ice committee chairperson. She
has held many local and state
positions, including an appoint-
ment to the Governor's Cabinet
of the State of Tennessee and
the Governor's Commission on
the Status of Women in the
State of Tennessee. She is listed
in "Who's Who in World Jew-
ry," "Who's Who in American
Women" and "The World Who's
Who of Women."
The luncheon benefits th?
Youth Aliyah program in Israel
which aids children fro"' ot!
countries in their resettlement
in Israel.
DR. LOOKSTEIN
Congregation Kehilath Jeshu-
iun of New York, maintains a
residence in Miami Beach and
divides his time among his
h >mes here, in New York and
in Israel.
As head of the Synagogue
Council Dr. Lookstein has been
named to several committees
and commissions of the United
States and the United Nations.
Dr. Lookstein will meet in
Miami Beach with Dr. Irving
Lehrman, rabbi of Temple
I nanu-El and past national
president of the Synagogue
council of America, to discuss
expansion of the organization's
activities in Florida.
Newman To Lecture On Jewish
Characters in American Literature
"Jewish Character* in Amo*-
ican Literature" is the subject
of a talk by Dr. RonaM B. New-
man, director of the University
of Miami. Freshman English de-
!'.....nt. on
Sunday at U
at
' Emanu-EI.
I 1:30 will pre-
le the lec-
ture.
! lecture
; i the -ond
in Temple
! inn El's
.Vt'i Anniver-
sary Sunday
111 ning Lee-
Dr. Newman
Dr. Newman, who received
nis undergraduate and graduate
es from the University of
Michigan, joined the University
of Miami English department in
1969 as an assistant professor.
He has headed the Freshman
English program tor the past
I is the author of
"Freshman English Handbook."
n f'.' inst iictors, and of
English Student
Har R>o >k "
Dr. Newman > article "Saul
Bellow's Humanism" was pub-
lished in 1973. and his bo >k
Toasts: Folk Poetry of Black
Urban America." will be pub-
I in 1976 by the University
of Pennsylvania Press.
Timely Lectures At Israeli Expo
A n >ng -' ents
schedt i -.1 ; :'-. Israeli '' po
at T m : i B( th I >m are le>
tu*.s on topics of interest to
;' nt" s com nunity.
luj Uni ersity of Miami's
D ilelen Fagin. a Holocaust
4tut*iior, will discuss the lit-
erature of the Holocaust, while
two representatives of Bank
Leumi, Seymour Scheer and Ce-
dric Olivestone, will explain Is-
ra si's economy and discuss in-
* estments.
Rabbi Jay Miller. Hillel di-
rect*- ar FIU will describe the
_ .;.;. ,..tni in Israel, and
" -Viti Astar, Israel's Consul
General in the Southeastern
United States, will analyze the
effects of the UN resolution
equating Zionism and racism.
Mt. inai doctors Dan Nixon,
Joseph Harris, and Larry ia-
cobsan will re;>ort on medicine
in Tel Mashomir in 1975, which
they studi )d at first hand.
Other Expo guests include
Maskit president Ruth Dayan;
Israeli Finance Minister Zeev
Sher; Israel's Trade Commis-
sioner in New York, Yeheskiel
Kassif, and her Economic Af-
fairs Consul in the Southeast,
Levy Elad.
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By Friends of Hebrew U.
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The annual Building Fund
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Women's Auxiliary, Jewish
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Ag.-d. will be held on DsC. 11.
at noon, in the Ruby Auditorium
of Douglas Gardens.
The "Woman of the Year"
award will be presented to Mrs.
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Memorial Building at the Home
was endowed by friends of her
late husband, Jack Ablin.
Fred Hi t, executive director
cf Douglas Gardens, will give
a b.L-f resume of the home.
Mrs. Doris (Ben) Orlow, life;
member of the Auxiliary, will'
gre;t the assembly with the
song "The Impossible Dream,"
which expresses the story of
Douglas Gardens.
Mrs. Rena Broida, life trus-
tee, will recite the invocation.
Atter the luncheon, guides
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Dade Co. Seniors
To Honor Serehnk
The combined Dade County
Senior Citizens Clubs will honor
Max Serchuk, president of the
Dade County Council for Sen-
ior Citizens, at a luncheon at
the Barcelona Hotel on Sun-
day. Dec. 14, 12:30 p.m.
Serchuk is also president of
the Florida State Council for
Senior Citizens and the Bis-
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person of the Florida State Co-
alition for National Health Se-
curity and executive board
member of the National Coun-
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Dr. David Danon, hematolo-
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With a group of community
leaders on behalf of the Insti-
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Samuel Kosman To Receive
David Beu-Gtirion Award
At Seaeoast Towers Dinner
Samuel Kosman, chairman of
Seaeoast Towers South Com-
bined Jewish Appeal campaign.
SAMUEL KOSMAN
trip receive the David Ben
union Award at an Israel Din-
ner of State in his honor on
Sunday evening, Dec. l*. in the
SmmmI TwwerB .'-ist Palaea
Playhoua
According to Milton M. Par-
son, executive director, Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization,
"it is indeed fitting that Sam
Kosman be selected for this
highly coveted honor named
alter the first Prime Minister of
Israel and founder of the State
oi' Israel Bonds program."
An attorney who has special-
ized as a consultant for man-
agement and labor pension, wel-
fare an-1 social security funds
of the American and Canadian
dtattthry and wine industries.
Kosman was Deputy Superin-
tendent of Insurance for the
State of New York for eleven
years. Past president and chair-
man of the board of Seaboard
Life Insurance Companyk he re-
ceived outstanding service cita-
tions in 1968 and was elected
president of the Florida Asso-
ciation of Insurance Companies.
Kosman is a Florida Chapter
\ ice- ^resident of Technion. a
member of Gold Coast B'nai
B'rith. an associate of Hadassah
and .i member of Temple
Emanu-El in Miami Beach and
of Beth-El Temple in New Ro-
chalk, N.V. He is a fellow of
SoewtV -md API..
Exam Presents Israeli Art
The Israeli Epe at Temple
Beth Slalom will featUM the
i.-i showing of Moehe Gtrt's
)oi tl ilia "Pe ple of Israel"
1 > gMMMhefl -.xecuted at Mnu-
liot in Paris, the studio in whieli
Pfoasao and Chagall work.'d
Dd architect Kenneth 1'reis-
tar'l panoramic mural clepiet-
0| ten epochs in Jewish his-
tory.
Other Israeli artists featured
at Efcpo will b Reuven Rubin.
.lossi Stern. Bati I Adith, Sam-
uel Bali, Da1 id Sharir, Morde-
Mfveh, Adolf Adler. Jakob
FWmtoutf Sharaga Weil, and
David Kakleron.
Anti I'v from the
collection of Manah. a Jiidaica
collector in New York, will be
-iitmn. while from Jerusalem
coral the MNdptttM cl Michael
i nde. v 'ho is an architect and
I'oat.-y and <>0 paintings in-
ref the Yam Kippur War ;>.s
chilten saw it, and a sound-
-Hfjl.t shew, "The History of
I." will be shown daily.
JUDGE RALPH FISH
Cluibad Banquet
To Honor
Life Partners
The fifteenth annual Ch-ibad
Lubavitch banquet, planned for
Sunday at the Sea Gull Hotel.
will honor Chabad-Lubavitch
Life Partnersmembers of the
Jewish Com minify who have
contributed 10 percent of their
annir>l iuwinM to support the
organization.
kabsi Dr. Abraham H?cht
wiU be guest speaker. Although
he is an Asiikena/i. Rabbi
Hecht was seljcted almost two
decadea ago to serve as spirit-
ual leader of Shaaiie Zion Con-
gregation, one of the largest
Sepbardic centers in the West-
em hemisphere.
Rabbi Hecht. who has often
visited Israel, has served as
piesident of the Rabbinical 91-
liance of America, the Rabbin-
ical Board of Flatbush (New
York), and on the Presidential
Conference on children. He has
published two books of sei
mons: "Spiritual Horizons" and
"Spiritual Freedom."
Those being honored are Mrs.
Dorothy Dlatt. Mr. and Mrs.
Menashe Hirsch. Mr. and Mrs.
Shimon Levine, Mr. and Mrs.
Morton Mayberg, Dr. and Mrs.
I. H. Mackovsky, Mr. and Mrs.
Auolpho Muskat. Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Muskat, Mr. and Mrs.
Weiss. Rabbi and Mrs. S. B.
Weis.s, Mr. and Mrs. K. Wodo-
nos and Dr. and Mrs. Daniel
Wuensch.
The members of the arrange-
ments committee are Sandor
Genet, Gerald Gordon, Rudy
Greenstein, Dr. Sam Rand.
Bruce Richman, Harrv Rosen-
berg, and Rabbis Joseph Biston.
Sholom Blank, Sinai Bobrowsky
and David Eliezrie.
Dinner committee chairman
is Judge Ralph Fish, commu-
nity leader and active member
of the Friends of Lubavitch.
Histadrut Schedules Three
Founders' Day Luncheons
Israel Histadrut Foundation
(IHF) of south Flori la will sa-
lute those who have become
founders "in-lv7.s tirongn testa-
mentary bequests at three sep-
arate area Ffldn iers' Day
Luncheons this week.
Luncheons are scheduled for
noon Sunday, Dec. 7, at the
Fontainebleau Hotel, Monday
at Temple Adath Yeshurun in
North Miami Beach, and Tues-
day at Temple Beth Shalom in
Hollywood.
Participants will include na-
tional IHF president Dr. Sol
Stein, economist and authority
on iwrsonal financial and es-
tate planning; Dr. Leon Kron-
ish. spiritual leader of Temple
Beth .Sholom and national board
chairman of the Histadrut
Foundation; and Dr. Morton
Malavsky. rabbi of Temple Beth
Shalom and chairman of the
South Broward Council of IHF.
The guest speaker at all three
Founders" Day Luncheons is
Fmanuel Shimoni, Israel's con-
s il g-neral for Pennsylvania,
D.-lavttre and southern New
Jersey.
Soprano Bina Landau will
praaeat a program of Jewish
and Israeli folk nuiMC as part
of the-luncheon festivities.
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^aHbtwcal ftage
co-ordinated by the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Association
co-editors
Dr. Max A. Lioschitz Kaobi Robi rt J Ori
devoted to discussion of themes and issues relevant to Jewish life past and present
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i.VY VT AMKKH' VYJEWISH PKHSO VUfTHS
Rebecca Grates
Penina Moise
By
kab:;i- shkldon iiarr
Temple Israel
\ m 1'iim Btach
Wen i n in Jewish life have
alwaj played roles far beyond
those of the traditional ones of
bein.; wives and mothers. Their
particular and unique talent- m
many instances, have been de-
veloped in such a manner that
their contribution to Jewish life
hum often as significant .is any
Iran's And sa tao do we find
two such unique and talented
women in the galaxy of early
American Jewish life, Rebecca
(ra*7 and Penina Moise.
The stow of Rebecca Grate
is interesting and moving for in
a sense h r name has become
immortalized ml only in the
paces of Jewish life, but also
within the scone of lasting lit-
erature. Washington Irvinv's
fiancee, an l.S-year-old girl,
dud .of tuberculosis. All the
while, during her illness, she
was nursed and eared for by
Rebecca Grate.
At the death nt his fiance.
boring iMVeiadi hoping to find
comfort and solace in his jour-
ney. In F.ntdand he visited his
friend Sir Walter Scott. As Irv-
ing beejm to relate the events of
the past years, Scott bee
intrigued with the story of this
bright, beautiful and so.i"'
esteemed voting maiden lrom
Philadelphia who spent So much
time and energy with Irving's
dying fiancee.
During this nenod Scott was
mulling over his BJBttt novel. A
sudden inspiration hit ban! Win-
not make living's fascinating
Jewess a heroine in his romantic
taie? Two years.later appeared
the romance "Ivanboe."
Scott sent a .first copy to
Washington Irving with this
gsjfte: "How do you hke your
Rebecca? Does'the- Rebecca I
have pictured .here compare
with the pattern given?"
In such a manner did Rehec-
Cfl Grate achieve -immortality
Bui her life was not simply to
be cast as a character in a book.
Born to Michael (icat*. the rich
.and powerful Philadelphia mer-
chant, her Judaism was rein-
forced .h her father through-
out her .lifetime.
Though in love with a Chris-
tian, she refused his offers of
marriage, perhaps because of
her strong attachment to Juda-
ism and Jewish life. In spite of
the fact that much of her familv
had already Intermarried and
that she constantly traveled in
high-society non-Jewish circles.
Her life, instead of to family,
became devoted to charitable
causes. On becoming a debut-
ante in 1801. she became a mem-
ber, and subsequently an offi-
cer, of the nonsectarian "Fe-
male Association for the Relief
of Women and Children."
She was a charter member of
the Philadelphia Orphan So-
ciety, and in matters Jewish
helped found the Female Bene-
volent Society and the Jewish
Foster Home.
Her greatest contribution,
however, was her founding and
directing for 20 years of the
Hebrew Sunday School of Phila- {
delphia. |
In a I I
gan the first Jewit
?chool as we know it todav. She
i"".i'i rl th headmistress of
I ingregation Mikveh Israel's
R< liqlous School until her 83rd
year.
Her Mfs was one of great ac-
complishment, matchi I
parentiy with a gracious, soul
ful and charming personality
Penina Moise was similiar to
Rebecca (Jrat? in only one im-
portant characteristic: her ls> t
lor the Jewish people. Whereas
Rebecca Grate was beautiful.
wealthy and sochllv prominent.
Penina Moise. born to an up-
rooted German family which
eventually landed in Charleston.
South Carolina, was plain and
poor.
But Miss Moise had a gift
ich transcended the stum-
bling blocks of her situation,
and that was the talent tor
poetry.
Even in her teens, as she
struggled to help keep her wid-
owed and infirm mother and
vouncer siblings together as a
family, she wrote verses which
were accepted for publication.
By 1830 she ana a regular
contributor to wll-known news-
papers and intellectual journals
throughout the country, and in
1835 a significant portion of a
volume of portry included her
works.
Although.she wrote main dif-
I -nt kinds .of po-try. includ-
humorous and frivolous, her
i works were those with
Jewish themes and which cham-
pioned thj cause.ot her people.
Assistant" Congregation Beth
EhloluTn of Charleston when it
made its transition from Orth-
' doxy-to Reform, she wrote some
190 hymns tor that congrega-
tion's -services, some of which
are still sung throughout the
world today.
1 hough, hund.in her. declining
. years, she. remained active in
uifeHectital and literary circles
until the. and. as her reputation
as- the great Jewish poetess con-
tinued to grow throughout the
country.- Included liere are se-
lections of her poetry:
Man's Dignity
O God! within Thy temple walls
Liarht mv spirit seems, and
free.
Regardless of those worldly
calls
That withdraw it oft from
Thee.
Faith to the proudest whispers:
I lere
Riches ore but righteous
deeds,
And he who dries a human tear.
Ne'er to mercy vainly
pleads.
The Jewish New Year
Into the tomb of ayes past
Another year has now been
oast;
Shall rime, unheeded, take its
flight.
Nor leave one ray of mortal
sight.
That on man's pilgrimage may
shine, ,
And lead his soul to spheres
divine?
CANDIEUGHTING TIME
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1 TEVF.TH 5:10
By RABBI DR. SAMUEL J. FOX
V '-at l he origin and
pu.oose of the sung "l.'Cho
Dodie" which is sung on
Friday evening?
It is maintained that this was
Keen bv the 16th c mtury
Kabbah.t Sh'lomo HeJevi All-a-
bet/. This song has been so im-
portant in the Jewish liturgy
that musicologists have report-
edly found at least 2,000 melo-
dies for its lyrics. The author's
name is contained in the acros-
tic style of the poem.
The sons generally is a sang
of welcome to th.? Sabbath. It
. .'Vets an ancient custom when
the people used to so into the
fields on Fridav afternoon, as
if to greet the Sabba'h on its
pending arrival. Th*? poem also
expresses a deep conviction and
belief of the coming Messiah
who will brine deliverance to
the Jewish nennlc and recon-
stitute its ancient glory: Some
tcel that this. Messianic hone
was especially in nlace after the
Spanish Inquisition when so
manv Jews were cruellv tor-
tured and exiled from Spain.
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Temple Leth Shalom
Raopli like the author of
norm ware among die exil :s
iro >i Spain who found their v
to Israel where renewed hope
lingered.
Usoy thinking of the aseatiah
is timely on the Sabbath be-
cause the S ibb itli w is a 8am
<>t the Messianic era when pea
would reign over all the worl t
pis' iil-e the Sabbath oeacc >f
the Jewish community. The
poem sneiks of the Sabbath as
a bride. This is based upon the
notion of th;? Kabbalah that the
Sabbath is in a mystical sen
a h ids ani partner to the Al-
)ty who created the w<
and rested on the Sabbath.
It is also felt bv the m
thai e\ mho obsei i
Sabbath is thereby h
a mystical union with the
migh lims -It
the world and its creator in
i erlasting act ol spiritual love
and devotion. The Kabbalist
ii compared the Sabbath I
ciueen of the Almighty, th-' Kir -
or that -'ie bestows royalty up< ti
the universe and the Jew
peoole
ISSUiS AND ANSWERS
Should N.Y. Cilv Default?
RABBI MARRY E. SCHWARTZ
Ilalland.il.' Jewish Center
Cong egalion Beth Tefila
"Should New York City be
Penrritrsd to Default"?
One might be inclined to an
SWer: "This is no concern of
ours. We must l.iok out for our
own selves. This is job enough
today.''
However, there is the old
Jewish dictum: Kol Yisroel
Areivim teh bozeh meaning:
"we are cur brothers' keepers."
When one neighbor falls it is
our duly to come to his assis-
tance, and not find escape in
the declaration: "it i.-- your own
fault. You should have been
more careful."
This is no time for mot
ing our New York neighbors
Help is what they need. "You
I! not desert your brethren"
exhorts Scriptures.
If this applies in the case of
the individual, how much more
so does it apply to a city of
eight million human beings.
Dare we, in all conscience,
stand by and watch unconcern-
ed as New York City collapses
SYNOPSIS OF THE WQXLY TORAH PORTION
Miketz
His brothers bow before Joseph who is now the rul-
er of Egypt.
"And Joseph was the governor over the land .
And Josephs brethren came, and bowed down to him"
(Gen. 426).
MIKETZ Two years later. Pharaoh dreamt a
dream in two slightly different versions. The dream
terrified the kijig of Egypt] but none of his sages could
explain it satisfactorily. Pharaoh's butler remembered
Joseph's masterly interpretations of dreams, and inform-
ed Pharaoh. Joseph was brought before Pharaoh and ex-
plained the dream as forecasting seven years of plenty
that were to come to the land of Egypt, only to be suc-
ceded by seven years of famine. He advised Pharaoh to
appoint a wise overseer to collect wheat during the
yean of plenty and distribute it during the years of
famine, Pharaoh appointed Joseph himself to this post
as his viceroy.
As Joseph had forecast, the Egyptian stores of
wheat were in,great demand during the seven years of
famine. Among those who came to buy wheat in Egypt
were Joseph's oldest brothers. Joseph recognized them,
but they did not know him. Joseph so contrived that
the brothers came to Egypt a second time, bringing
Benjamin, Joseph's full brother with them. Joseph re-
ceived them cordially; but then he made it seem as
though Benjamin had stolen a goblet, and insisted that
he stay behind as a servant. The brothers refused to
abandon Benjamin, and all decided to return to Jo-
seph's home.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion ef the Law is extractor
and based upon The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,'
edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is Shengold, anc
the volume is available at 27 William St., New York, N.Y
10005. President of (lie society distributing the volume is
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n n-involveraent.
Nor as Americans. Wou i
. ngland do so if lyiulon was
i a fiscal pcatiicanu
Wiull France let Paris do\
Would Italy abandon Rome?
Yet President lord and his
[Yeasury Secretary Simon pre-
sum- to be totally indiiftren
True, New Jferk City is n I
our count v's c pital: But it -
o.ir nations cult aval center
is our financial hub, it is Amei
ica's showcase, with its m
- urns, g -eat library, opei
theatres an i the like. So
isn't all black. It has its un-
ojueati ined me its too th i
d ser< e salvaging, its econoi
\ i ibihty is vil e to the eaon -
mic health ot the entire t pit
M l.s
Furthermore, is the welfa
cf Portugal, or Turkey, i
Greece, or India and of the
many other beneficiaries of oi
munificence, of greater con-
cern and responsibilitytoAme -
icans than that of the millions
in New York City? The vei;
lact that our entl e country h. -
Deen stirred and favors assist*
ance to New York City in its
present pliyht. is proof posi-
tive that New York City den -
matter and deserves no less con-
sideration than any other pe -
pie or community in need.
Ami rica must help Ame -
icans, and more especially \-~
own showcase of social at
cultural progress.
One recalls the wise exhort -
lien of our bages who said
"The needy of your own com-
munity take precedence ovt
the needy of other corunuir -
ties.
Finally, is it not more than
historic coincidence that th;
government of dapan. whose
leading city, To ) d, is face
today by similar financial de-
fault, is showing greater cot
passion and human responsibil-
ity by its acti'.n to come to th \
fiscal aid of Tokyo and i
other similarly encumbe
Japanese cities?
So is Italy doing in the ca -.
ol financially troubled Ron
and other Italian cities. Tl .
central government bails the rt
out. Said CleliO Panda. Mayi
of Rime: "You just can't let a
city like Rome come to a knit
F < hmono libo bo e c. j
. i h
I
we a i thai
i rid Presidt nt Fo d rta\ i r
i md ai.
now assis -
to New Yoik City.


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vJewislinDricttar
Hayley Friedman Jeffrey Keoskie Robert Presley
IIEIDI POHL
Mr. and Mrs. Sherwin Pohl's
daughter, Heidi, will be Bat
Mitzvah this evening at Con-
gregation B'nai Raphael.
The Pohls will sponsor the
Oneg Shabbat in Heidi's honor
following services.
^ ^ #
DAVID GOLDBERGER
David Goldberger, son of Mr.
ana Mrs. Jay GoiuOvirger, will be
called to the torah as Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday morning at
Temple B'nai Raphael.
Mr. and Mrs. Goldberger will
sponsor the Kiddush following
the services in their son's
honor.
-h ft ft
SAMUEL FREEDMAN
Rabbi and Mrs. Simcha Freed-
man's son, Samuel A. Freedman.
was Bar Mitzvah on Nov. 29 at
Temple Adath Yeshurun.
Samuel is in the eighth grade
at Hebrew Academy of Miami
Beach and a membor of B'nai
Akiva.
Rabbi and Mrs. Freedman
hosted the Kiddush at the Tem-
ple in Samuel's honor following
services.
ft ft ft
RITA KAPLAN
Rita Joy Kaplan, daufl'tter of
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kaplan,
will be Bat Mitzvah this evening
at Both Torah Congregation.
Rita is a member of the He-
brew High School class at the
Beth Torah Harold Wolk Reli-
gious School and an eighth-
grader at John F. Kennedy Jun-
ior High, where she has won
awards for creative art. She en-
joys horsjback-riding and mu-
sic.
Following the service, her
parents will sponsor the Oneg
Shabbat in her honor. Guests
include her maternal grand-
father. Morris Gottfried of Mi-
ami Beach.
ft ft ft
DAVID SCHARLIN
David Michael Scharlin will
celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday at Temple Judea.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. How-
ard Scharlin, David is in the
eighth grade at Ransom-Ever-
glades School. He is a graduate
of Temple Judea Hebrew School
and a member of YAP.
David will be honored at a
dinner-dance on Saturday eve-
ning. Among the guests will be
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Goodman of Miami
Beach, the Martin Goodman
family of Miami Lakes, Mr. and
Mrs. Al Block of Tallahassee.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Povill and
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Povill of
New York, Mr. and Mrs. David
Brown of Coral Gables, the
Buddy Weissel family of Silver
Spring, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Weissel of South Miami, and
Steven Bush of Athens. Ga.
ft ft ft
ROBERT PRESLEY
Norma and John Presley's
son, Robert Steven Presley, will
become Bar Mitzvsh on Satur-
day.
Robert, an eighth-grader at
Rockway Junior High, is a mem-
ber of the Coral Estates Soccer
Club, from which he won the
Sportsmanship Award, and re-
cipient of the Presidential Physi-
cal Fitness Award signed by
President Ford.
Following services there will
be a reception in Robert's hon-
or in the Coronation Ballroom
of the Barcelona Hotel. Guests
include Robert's maternal
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Isa-
dore H. Berger of Miami, his
paternal grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Pehonsky of Mones-
sen. Pa., and godparentsaunt
and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Richard
J. Berger and their family. Out-
of-town guests include Mr. and
Mrs. Matthew Berger and the
Henry Berger family of Wood-
mere, N.Y., Mrs. Patrick O'Don-
nell and her daughter, Mrs.
Thomas Gillen, of Rockaway
Beach, N.Y., and Emil Presley
and the Albert Presley family of
Weirton, W. Va.
ft ft ft
HAYLEY FRIEDMAN
Hayley Robyn Friedman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Friedman, will be Bat Mitzvah
on Saturday at 10 a.m. at Tem-
ple Emanu-El.
Hayley. a student in the Tem-
ple's religious school, is an
tigiith-g.aue A student at John
F. Kennedy Junior High School.
She is a member of the Na-
tional Junior Honor Society, a
volunteer aide at Ojus Elemen-
tary School, a member of the
staff of her school newspaper,
yearbook drama club. She plays
ycaroooK and drama cljb. She
plays the piano and enjoys
dancing, acrobatics, swimming
and playing the guitar.
Hayley's parents will host a j
reception in her honor at the
Holiday Inn on Saturday eve-
ning.
<> ft ft
JEFFREY KEOSKIE
Jeffrey Allan Keoskie, son of
Mrs. Dianne Keoskie and of Stan
Keoskie of West Palm Beach,,
will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple |
Menorah on Saturday.
Jeffrey is a seventh-grader at
Nautilus Junior High.
There will be a reception in i
his honor on Saturday evening i
at Galahad Court.
ft ft ft
MITCHELL KAUFMAN
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kauf-
man's son, Mitchell Andrew
Kaufman, will become Bar Mitz-
vah at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion on Saturday at 8:30 a.m.
Mitchell is a member of the
Hebrew High School class at
the Beth Torah Harold Wolk Re-
ligious School, and and eighth-
grader at John F. Kennedy Jun-
ior High, where he is a member
of the Honor Society. His hob-
bies are tennis, ceramics and
coin-collecting. He received the
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood
Award for the study of Humash.
Mitchell's parents will spon-
sor the Kiddush following the
services.
ft ft ft
GARY GLICK
Gary Lewis Glick, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Glick, will
be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday at
8:45 at Temple Ner Tamid.
A student at Ner Tamid Re-
ligious School and Nautilus Jun-
ior High, Gary is a violinist in
the Carmen Nappo Youth Sym-
phony.
A Kiddush will follow the
services, and out-of-town guests
include Dr. and Mrs. Morton
Edelstein, Dr. and Mrs. Norman
Edelstein, Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Averbach and Dr. and Mrs.
Bernard Wolfson, all of Pitts-
burgh.
David Scharlin
SCOTT GROSS
Scott Martin Gross, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gross, will be
called to the Torah as Bar Mitz-
vah on Saturday at 9 a.m. at
Temple Adath Yeshurun.
Scott is in the Daled class in
the Religious School and an
eighth-grader in junior high
school, where he is in the drama
band.
Following services, Mr. and
Mrs. Gross will host the Kid-
dush in Scott's honor.
ft ft ft
RICK LYNCH
Mr. and Mrs. David Lynch's
son. Rick Allen Lynch, will be
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Dec.
6, at 8:30 a.m. at Temple B'nai
Israel.
Rick, a seventh-grader at
W. R. Thomas Junior High, en-
joys miniature car racing and
football.
In Rick's honor there will be
Oneg Shabbat on Friday eve-
ning and a reception on Satur-
day at the Temple which will
b attended bv his grandparents
from New York, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Rotnofsky.
ft ft ft
GREG KLEINMAN
Myrna and Joel Kleinman's
son, Greg, will be Bar Mitzvah
this evening at 8:15 at Bet
Breira. This is the first Bar
Mitzvah held by the congrega-
tion at Sabbath evening serv-
ices, and children in the religi-
ous school's fourth- and fifth-
grade classes will be present.
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Herbert M. Schoenberg, vice
president of Balogh Jewel-
ers, is shown with some of
the Ch'ing Dynasty jewel-
ry to be exhibited.
Balogh Displays
Chinese Jewelry
Following a year of federally
approved negotiation, Balogh
Jewelers is exhibiting antique
jewelry from mainland China,
the first ever to come to the
United States.
The jewelry, of silver, ivory
and precious stones, is mostly
of thv* Lh'ing (Alanchu) Dynas-
ty (1644-19Pian era in which
gold and silver coinage was
unknown. The substitute was
the jewelry, each unique piece
of which, created for investment
as well s adornment, is today
a valuable antique.
Some pieces bear the stamp
of the jeweler or craftsman
This "identification," the "guar-
antee" of value, was traceable
to the originator, as are the
hallmarks on English sterling.
The collection will be on dis-
play beginning Monday, Dec. 1,
at all Balogh locations.
Friday, December 5, 197?
American Airlines Offers
Kosher Entree Choice
American Airlines now offersl
a choice of entree* to passen-
gers choosing kosher meals.
"Four different kosher menus
for first class and ccach
will rotate every three months
BDH will ha......beef and chicken
entree for OW customers f
>->]v-t from." said Edmu 1
Piccolino, the airline's assistant
vice nr --i-l'-nt-inflierit sen-ices,
citing Yankee Pot Roast and
Chicken Ballantine as exam-
ples.
"Kosher meals arr* the most
oft'-n requested of all our spe-
cial dietary or religious menus,
so we feel our customers will
a-ipreciate this new service,"
Piccolino said. "Previously, a
choice of kasher entrees was
not offered."
Kosher meals should be re-
o-ieste'1 wh*n the flight reserva-
tion is made, and at least 12
hours before departure time.
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Barbara Campbell of Holly-
woof, statewide WCR pesident,
installed the following council
officers: Adrienne Aron, presi-
dent; Carol Steinhardt. vice
president, program; Ruth Tar-
taglia, vice president, member-
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Saturday, December 13, 1975 1 to 4 P M
at the FISHERY RESTAURANT
r i 1?1 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach
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Religious Services
MIAMI
IAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
flON 995 SW 67th Awe. Orthodox.
nbbi Zwi Raohaely. Cantor Aron
len Aron. 1
|U *. ITemoifl 8900 SW 107th
Suit JOo. Rabbi Maxwell
Ka*r
ERETH ISRAEL (Temole). 6500
Miatn. Ave. Conservative. 14
iemp;e>. B000 Miller Rd. Con-
rativt. Rabbi Norman Shapiro.
ttor Errol HeKman. If,
Mlf4H
|RETH JACOB (Temple). 981 E
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
than Zolonaek. 15
NORiH MIAMI
MOSHE CONGREGATION
N E 121tt St. Conaervative.
0i Or. Daniel J. Finaerer. Can.
fehuda Bmvamin. 35
MIAMI BEACH
>ATH |SAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
no-Jax RabK- Sheldon N. Evar. 17
EL.
Jdo
**uu Plna Tree
Dr.
6
ISRAEL. 7. 40th St. Orthodox.
Di Mordecai Shapiro. 18
JACOB. S01 Washinoto'i Ava.
Kodox Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
raky Cantor Maurice Mamchaa.
It
RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545 Jef-
Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi
t Wmograd. Cantor Saul Breeh.
20
SHO'.OM (Temple) 4144Chaar
Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kroniah.
|or David Conviser 21
>Lr BEIH SOLOMON. 1031
lain Rd. Modern Conservative.
David Raab. Cantor Morde
rardnm. 21-A
IEGATION BETH TFILAH.
^fcuclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi I
^^proooer. 22
VC'EPH CHAIM CONGRE
VlON P-l1 M-'dian Ave. 22 A
|Mf>LF BNAI ZION. i"0 178th St..
Ha*' Beach. Rabbi Dr. Abraham I.
fcaon. 22-B
IrV HEBREW CONfiHPfiATiON
Washtnqton Ave. Orthodox,
^^^fci Dow Rozercwaio. 23
W^^l SEPHARmC Ht^tWCON.
BBAT'ON 711 Washington Avr.
RtMi Meir Masli>h Melamad. 21-A
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IMANU EL (Temple'. 1701 Washing-
ton Av Conjc vatlva. Rabbi lrv:ng
Lahrn-in Cantor Zvi Adle'- 24
lltUw ACADEMY 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. %rthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Oroea 2
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JACOB <~. COHEN COMMUNITY
8YGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
OrttjfJIox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
CaaaW Meyer Enoel. 26
CNS
.H ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
ex. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Abraham Set 27
,H (Temple). 620 75th St.
Atlve. Raool Mayer Abram-
FT'sntor Nico Feldman. 28
|^MIO (Temple). 79th St. and
Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi
Labovitx. Cantor Edward
AOUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ava. Hebrew
M-ligious Community Center. 19?54
NE 3rd Ave. Orthodox. 33 A
|SHE EMES. ^o33 SW 19th Ave.
snservative Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
|TH AM (Temple). 5950 N. Kendall
So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
M. Baumgard. Associate Rabbi
chell Chefitx. 3
[CREGATIO.X BET BREIRA. 107-
SW 11?lh St Liberal. Rahbi
jjr'y Tabachnikoff. 3-A
W*- OAVIC. ^625 SW 3rd Ave.
^nsr-vative. Rebbi Sol Landau
Intor William Lipson. 4-A
BETH TORAh. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd. Conaervative Rahbi Max Lip-
etlltx, Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson.
34
B'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd Si
C- ns-rvative Rabbi Victor D. Zwel-

5EPHAROIC JEWiSH CENTER. 571
N E. 1'lst St Orthodox. Rabbi Ne-
fim G.imbach. Cantor Joseph Ni-
houm. 36-A
SINAI femplei Os NOPTH DAOE
'S10 NE 22"d Ave. Reform. Rait*
Ralpr P. Kingsley. Car.tor Irving
Shulkes M
[H DAV'O SOUTH. 7100 SW
6th St. Conaervative. Rabb' S"l
jndau. Cantor William Lipson. 4 B
pH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
>j-rn Traditional. Rabbi Max Sha-
Cantor Leon Segal. Rev. Men.
Gutterman. 6
|H TOV Jrw-f 6438 8W Pth
Conservative. Fafcbi Charles Ru-
8
SKV LAKE SYNAGC1UE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Ortha-ux, Rabbi Dov
B'fln Id 38
II IS^AEi- AND GREATER
IVI YCtiTH SYNAGOGUE WOO
bet Dnve OrthoaoX, rtsbbi Ralph
|ma 8-A
IEL (TrrTinle' OF GREATER
fAMI 137 NE IV. St. Reform
iBab" jOS-JOh R. Narot. 10
FLlve FNTER 81/8 SW 25th
Conservative. Rabbi Solomon
lOenoerg. Cantor Nathan Parnase
11
lOLOM (Tempi*! 8755 SW 16th
Cor>aarva |ror. Cantor Starier HI Oil. 13
JP'.E ISRAEL-SOUTH (Formerly
? h Tikva) 90^5 St'naet Or. Reform
lboi Joseph R, Narot. 13-A
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml-
j-" >M NE 171st St Orthodox
Rah1:. Zev Leff. n
COnMl GAMS
JU"F iTemr>lr>. r.550 Granada Blvd.
f-form Ranh: Michael B. Eisen-
stat Cantor *'ta Shore ,
Z4VORA iTerr.pi.ei. 4 Jimora Ave
Conserv live. >*abbi Maurice Klein
41
aWSMM
MOOAN DWID CONGREGATION
9343 Harding Ave Orthodox. Rabb'
Isaac D Vine 60
fCHT lAUDWDAll
BETH ISRAcL iTemple). 7100 ft.
Oal crd Park Blvd Pabbi Philip A.
Labowiti Cantor Maurice New. 4J
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EMANU-EL. 3.743 W. Oakland Park
Bl\-1 Reform. Cantor Jerome Kle-
mant. 43
a
TAM.,PAC JEWISH CENTER. 910
NW 57th S. Conservative. Rabbi
Milton J. Gross. 44-A
YOUNG ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD
(Orthodox) 3897 Stirling Rd. 52
OWPaNO BIACH
MAPC.ATF JEWISH CENTER lic-
uw 9th t. 44.9
SHOLOM (Temple). 132 SE 11th Ava
Conservative. Rabbi Morn A. Skop
Cantor Yaarov Renrer. 48
H All AHXi Alt
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
Conservative. 416 NE 8th Ave. RabH
Harry E Schwartz. Cantor Jacob
Danziger .8
HOUYV/OOD
BETH EL (Tempi-). 1351 14th Ava
Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. Assist-
ant Rabbi Harvey M. Rosenfalr*
BETH PHA.LOM (Temple). 4601 Ar.
thur St Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky Cantor Irving GoM. a*
SINAI (Temple). 12T.1 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro
Associate Rabbi Cfiaim S. Listfield
TEMPLE BETH AHM. Corservativa.
310 SW 62nd Ave.. Hollywood. Rabb'
David Roeenfield. 47-B
1 EMPLE SOLEL i L'nenal) 5100 Sher-
idan St.. Hollywood. Rabbi Robert
Frazin. 47-C
UNTATION
PLANTATION JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 400 S. Nob Hill Rd.. Plan.
tation. Rabbi Arthur S. Abrams.
MIKAMAH
ISRAEL (Temple). 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Avon. Drazin
Cantor Abraham Keate> 41
HOMtSltAD
HOMESTEAD JEVMSH CENTER.
183 NE Rth St Coniervative. 8
JiHALCM. 7053 Bonlta Dr.
k. Rahbi Phineat A. Weber-
Religious School Teachers
To Be Honored
Twenty-three religious school
teachers with more than five
years each of service will be
honored this evening during
services at Temple Israel.
Rahhi Joseph ft Narot's ser-
mon, "Lies My Teachers Taught
Me." will relate to the Jan Ka-
dar film "Lies My Father Told
Me"
The teachers being honored
and their years of service are
Joan Bornstein (23), Gila Burke
(8). Murray Gellen (21), Shir-
ley Gittelson (11). Susi Gold-
man (8), Nancy Goldstein (5),
Steve Herzfeld (5), Adrianc Jal-
bert (14), Ellen Kempler (7),
Joan Korneold (8). Ray Korn-
gold (8), Linda Levene (15),
Gertrude Levine (10), Phyllis
Lurie (8), Bea Muskat (15),
Rosalie Pincus (6), Richard
Pritikin (7), Elaine Rackoff
(20), Nancy Rosen (14), Brenda
Shapiro (8), Robert Shapiro (9),
Betsy Solomon (5) and Judianne
Traum (6).
Women's League for Israel
Plans December Meetings
Rose Koch, president of A Ven-
tura Chapter, has said that the
recent Lucite Sale in the recrea-
tion hall was a financial and
social success. She was assisted
by Dorothy Brovn ;r, Sally Foss-
berg, Rose Lang, Shirley Schu-
pak and Florence Schwartzberg.
The proceeds will be used for
the Training Center for Blind
?>nd Handicapped in Natanya.
The chapter's regular meeting
will be Wednesday, Dec. 10, at
First Federal, 183rd St. and Bis-
cayne Blvd. Mary Jaksec, hos-
pitality chairman, and Ruth
Schwartz, cochairman. will host
the luncheon and card party.
to tr it
Shalcm Chapter of Hallandale
is planning a mini-lunch Tues-
day. Dec. 16, at First Federal,
183rd St. and Biscayne Blvd.,
according to Ceil Altman, hos
Titalitv chairman. Shirlev Na
thanson is chapter president.
if & &
Sarah Helfand. acting presi-
dent of thp Florida Chapter, will
discuss "Current Issues" with
the membership at the monthly
meeting on Thursday, Dec. 18.
at 1 p.m. in the Forte Towers
West Auditorium. Delia Slater,
president, who is recuperating
from surgery, will attend.
TV
Viola Minkoff, publicity chair-
man for the Lincoln Miami
Beach Chapter, has announced
that the next meeting will be on
Tuesday, Dec. 23, at noon in
the Club Room at 100 Lincoln
Rd. Sarah Helfand will review
the new book "And Perhaps"
by Ruth Dayan, a story of her
life with Moshe Dayan. Fran
Resnick is chapter president.
LEGAL NOTICE
T
JPMAHDIC JEWISH CENTER. f4fl
^Bkve. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
NOJUftiaATION ETZ C.HAIM. 1M2
Bington Ava. M.
--BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
R. 1720 7tth St Causeway.
rBay Village. Conaarvatlva.
Murray Vavneh 32-A
m
IUDAS ACHIM Nl'SACH SEFARO
^j^HGATION. 707 Bth St
fioatex. Rabbi Mordeeal Chaimo-
ITM MIAMI BEACH
fESHURUN (Temple). 1028
rMiami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
Jtabbl Simcha FraadmSYi. Can-
Atparn. 88
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FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 75-3*357
NOTICE OF SUIT
JOSEPH GUTNICK and HETTT
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l'lainiiff.s
vs.
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1 tofendant
TO: HUNTER V, HEIL.
33 AT I.AS '"< IURT
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rou, HUNTER v HKII., ara here-
by notified thai a ('nS^iiiu ti> Can-
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haa i" ii filed asainal >"u on the fol-
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Lot 13 Block 56 NORWOOD,
FOURTH ADDITION according
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Pul :. orda of Dada County.
Florida,
..u are i quired to aei ^ a a copy
: your Answer or Pleading i" tha
i impla Inl on Plainl Iffi Attorney,
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rili 'i.....Iglnal Answer or Plead-
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day of January 1976. n you fail to 'i<>
ao, Judgment by default will be taken
against you f>>r the relief demanded
in" the Complain! to Cancel Promla-
s..i\ Note and Mortgage.
This Notice ahall be publlahed once
each week for four (4) consecutive
weeka In the Jewlah Florldlan.
DONE AND ORDERED, at Miami.
Dade County, Florida, this 3rd day
of December, 1975.
RICHARD I' BR1NKBR
Clerk, Circuit <"iirt
Dade County. Florida
l;> : <.'. P. i> IPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(Cln ul< i lourt Seal)
LI 5-lS-lt-tl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 75-38434
NOTICE OF SUIT
IN UK: Tin- marriage of
BARBARA A. WORTH,
Petitioner-Wife,
and
RICHARD WORTH
|{es]>ondent-Husband.
TO: KH'HAKII WOliTH
RESIDENCE 1 N k N< IWN
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
a petition for diaaolutlon of marriage
hi In in filed against you and you
are rjrau|cad tQj aerve copy of i"ur
;ui>v\^r or pleading to Bald itctittuMon
wlfefl attorney: Joaeph J, ii-ajen,
i:~.| jalufiii Spring (iarden Hoail,All-
ami, Florida SUM; and file the "wig-
Inal answer or pleadinc: In the office
of the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court on or
before the 9th day of Jan., l7fi If yon
fail to ilo so, judgment by default
will be taken anainst you for the re-
lief demanded in said petition.
Dated this 3rd day of December,
RICHARD P. BRINKBR
Clark "f the Circuit Court
B) B JAFFE
iN-puu Clerk
U :.-12-18-26
CHANUKA GREETINGS
BISCAYNE COLLECTION
AGENCY INC.
MANAGED BY R. TANNEY, CCCE
Member luff. Consumer Credit Association i
LICENSED BONDED
ACCOUNTS COLLECTED QUICKLY, COURTEOUSLY,
TACTFULLY AND WITH DIGNITY
Retail Commercial Professional
SEYBOLD BLDG. 379-0612
HAPPY CHANUKA TO ALL .
NYSTRAND LLOYD COUP.
ROOFERS
PHONE 592-1614
8100 NW. 56th STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA
A HAPPY AND HEALTHY CHANUKA TO ALL
HOME CARE SERVICES
Home Care Aides Nurses Aides Placed in Your Home
FOR INFORMATION CALL 576-0268 or 661-0155
3000 Biscavne Blvd., Suite 201, Miami
Israeli Musicians at Expo
In conjunction with Temple
Beth Sholom's Israel Expo,
Isaac Stern's 17-vear-old violin
prodigy, Shlomo Mintz, will
appear with the Greater Miami
Philharmonic Orchestra, under
the baton of Yuri Krasnavols-
ky, on Wednesday, Dec. 10, at
8:30 p.m. in a performance of
the Mendelssohn violin concer-
to.
liana Vered, pianist, perform-
ed the Tchaikovsky B-flat Mi-
nor Piano Concerto with the
orchestra, conducted by James
Conlon, this past Wednesday.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
FRANK B. DOWLING
PROBATE NO. 75-7549
In RE: Estate of
JESSE O HAX.PERN
den aaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Peraors
Having Claims: or Demands Against
Said Estate:
Vmi nre hi reby notified and re-
quli i 'I i" presi nl onj :.i ma and d<
ma nds m hli h you may have ag
the rESSE O HA1 PE11N
dei ea I lati "i I >adi I
Ida i" the Circuit Judg-es of I......
County, and file the same In dupll-
snd as provided i" 8
I., statuti r, in tin Ir offices In
the Count} !oui h >u> i In 1 ada I "oun-
iv, Klorlda, thin four calendar
months in in ilo- i me of the flrai
publication hi i he aami 111 be
i .1 :it Miami, Florida, tMs 2nd
das "f ''' Ml1' '' "''""'
M i nle Halm i"-"
Ai Co Execul
i-ii-i publical thia notice ""
the Sth day of I lecember 1975.
CYPEN & NEVINfl
\ torneya fi r i Vj-Executora
\> thur 'lodfri j Ri i'i
Miami Beach, Florida 3S140
IS 5-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
FRANK B. DOWLING
PROBATE NO. 75-7482
iii RE: Eatate "f
DAVE MARGC1 tES a k <
DAVID m \i:c;i i.iks
dei eaa4 NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing; Claims '>r Demands Against S;ii>!
Estate
Vnu ar< hereby notified and required
in pi..-. hi any claim* and demanda
i I. ii \'ii may have agralnat tha es-
,.f H A V E M AlICll.IKS
.1 k b DAVID MARGCUES da-
...is.ii i.ii. nf Dada County, Florida,
to the Circuit Judges of Dada Coun-
ty, .mil file the same In duplicate and
aa i-nividi-ii in Beotlon 713.16 Florida
Statutes, in their offices In thr Coun-
t> i'i.urthiiusi' in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within four calendar months from
|M' timr-of the first publication li^re-
iii. ,,r the same win be Imrred.
Filed al Miami. Florida, this lat
day of I >< ember, A D 1976
\ BTTA MARQU1JE8
Aa Baecutrta
First nulilh ation nf this notice on
!h day of December, 1971
Sparber, Zemel, Roakln,
ironner and Karp P A
Attorn*) for Executrix
Suite 9050 Flral Federal itiuiding
i in.' s i: Tinni \\ enue,
Miami, Florida 33131
12/6-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOF COUNTV
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 74-6083
IN RE: Estate of
ADE1 A M SWEENEY
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTR'BUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby riven that I have
filed my Final Report and Petition for
Distribution anil Final His.hare as
Ej......i\ nf the estate of ADELA H.
SWEENEY, deceased, and that on the
."th day of jnn 1976, will apply to
the Honorable Circuit Judges of Dade
I 'i,tu*feg JVIorhla, for annroval of said
Final Renorl and for distribution and
final discharge ;l~ Executrix of the
estate nf the above-named decedent.
This 3rd day of December, 1975.
sf.i ma <;i ass Executrix
SMITH. MANPI ER SMITH.
PARKER WERNER
By: SAMUEL s smith
Attorney
4"? Lincoln Road
Miami Hench. Florida 33130
12 .-.-12-19-2*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 75-6765
In RE: Estnte nf
ALICE S ,li IHNSTON
IV. ,1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T VII Cr< dltors and All Pi soni Hav-
r Demands Against Said
t<
you are herel I r< quired
I di m. nda
hnvi nst the ea-
li E IOH> BTl IN, di
ed lati Huntlngti
I., t|i. r nil J udgi Dade l "oun-
ty. and file tl and
.,- irnvidod In G Floi Ida
heir ol nn-
ly Com D i "iniy. Flor-
ida, within foui n ths from
the timi i I [hi flrsl publication her*"
of r thi same w ',; i" ban ed.
Fill this 2nd
.i f Di n \ l' I97S
N \' ...... :.- Km lUary
Administratrix < T A
pit si publii b Ion i f this notice on
the 'iii 'i.o I 1 mber, 1975.
Joseph .' Gersten
\i- in \ for Ancillary Administratrix
C T A
-;n ng i Is rdei Ri ad
Miami. Flol Ida
12 1-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
J. GWYNN PARKER
PROBATE NO. 75-7481
In RE Estate of
MARIE Ol >! DBLATT
deceasi il
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'l". mi Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demanda Agalnal Said
te:
You ir< herebj notified and required
to in,-, nl any obtlDal and demands
which \ "ii may have agalnat the es-
tai. of MARIE >: 'I DBLATT rte-
i iat< of Dade County, Florida,
to th.- Clrcull Judges of'Dade Coun-
ty, and file th.- same In duplicate and
aa provided In Section 78S.16 Florida
statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
ida, Within four rali'tidar months from
the UbS" of th-' first 'publication iwre-
of. or the sunir Will bej barred.
Filed al Miami. Florida, this 2nd
day "i Dr.-. mber, A D 1971
LORRAINE ADDISON
s. 'NliltA BEHR
Sueceaaor Bxecntrlces
First publication of this noti.'o on
i i iii day of iWjoambara 1975,
ber, Zi mel, Roakln
ilellbronner and Karp p \
At tome) t"i Ex< cutrlcea
Sun. :'.".'." Flral Federal Huilding
K Third Avenue.
Miami. FlOl Ida
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Friday, December 5. 1975 \
LSGAl NOTICE
IEGAI NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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l-LOKIDA. US AND HOli
DAOb LOUNTV
PROBATE U.V.OlON
J. GWYNN PAKKEH
PHOBATt NO. /o-/-3t
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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FLOrllDA. Iiv .ND FOR
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PROBATt u.ViaiON
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUN I Y, Fi-ORIDA
(Probate Division)
NO. /o-ISa*
IN KHi KS'l a i i. m
\I iIV BTA
I... ased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND
CLAIMANTS
foil ar h.r.i.> ii.iiii'.i thai yu
. required to pr -m anj claim ".
. maMc v,,u in...' .......i nit
. ot i'A'I m B1 am.k......
i late "i Man. ouiuj. Florida, to
I'i..Late lovl-ioii "i in.- I'n-.-uit
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Count] ("III -lli'-u- Miami, l-'l.ii .'ii.
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Dated this End .lay < !'>" mj< I.
Dated thii 2nd Oaj ol I '" i
m \i:v .-' i a.vi.ky
Adminialra triJ ol Ipe i.
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NOTICL UNDER
FICYlTIOUS NAME LAW
V iTk k is hi-:i:i-:V\" i;ivi:v
undersigned, di nny tu
lu'.-lr.. M under ite fk-lli *
BA3Y BORROW, i->''. al nui
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.'.iami. l-'ii-l'M.i. In.....I- b
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1 f iir.int curt ni bad* County,
Florida.
Dated at Mlmnr, Florida. iIiim UI
day of Ii.- 1978
BABY BORROW, 1M'
i>y: Malcolm Petei |
HELEN i ki.i.i-.\'|-ani
Marcy Darleni l imntul
PHILIP J. CONICM '"
N I .rn.-i. for ApplH-ant
X.K 7th Av
North Miami Fla.
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAVY
vi .Ti.'i-; is HERKfTI i VS.*
the oinTPtnljfn'Pd a. Rirrrtf to emraci
In 1 .ii- ii us- ram.
ii \ i \ r x11'< i|-.M> in ro73 i:.. I
-v St., HlaTPuh, Kla ld to
itm i'i. ri-.- ("i- rk of
the ''i'-(i!i Cotirl of imd.- COOlrtjr,
Florida.
I.i s.\N FASHIONS*, INC
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE StRVICE
PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COUKT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-18095
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DlSSOLUT.ON
OF MAKRIA
IN UK ''"HI-: MArTHl
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Street Miami lli^-
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IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COl NTv
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO 75-463
IX RE i '
[HIE !. I'I. ii'A
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NoTiCE In net ehj i;. \. n i hrtl I havi
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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VAU \1>AKI-'S i y ,'Hli i\. N
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE CO1 NTV
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 73-7368
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i -. rtuui
in i or Demand
N a ;. it -. i > .i,.
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i you m ry have -,-
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NOTICE fjF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AMD'FOR
DADE COUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIV16ION
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-S7486
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
I." UK Tl
li<>l iSEN (ROT MAI l: \<"R.
Petitlonef,
ami
CLEOBERT MAURACE,
-inli III.
I" CLEOBERT M ai'K \frV
ii Delamar Joseph,
An-. -A I'olf-ur.
Cnrd-de-Fer, HAITI
Y'-r are iicuert srrrmab
lliai .. petitioi for In- "in ol ytrr
Marrlritfe has heefl fiil-.l arfff ...m-
in.-ii.'.-il in thi- court and you are're-
iiuir.ul in keiTl :. Copj BI I ii
ten il..f..ne if an-,', to ii on NA-
TE W'IKI. 1, HAHflNK, JR '95 BI -
cayne Umilmard. Miami. PlofMi srdfT
for Petitioner; an* file th^
i'i"i:itiai witu tin- pieitt i.i tin- abort
Htyled court nn or- h*f6tt 2nd .1
ary, I97#i otfiertriM a d. fnuli tiii >>r
i'-i y.>r for tin-' r. n-f
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This notion "hall r> T>irIirrAh(I -on.'^
wo-k for four i -iv-u'i'- n-.'HOI
in THE iKU ISH Fl UHlTiTAM
WITNESS my 1- ird and Hie nl ot
(aid court at Mfarflf, PToVld* on thi-
i'4ih day ot Nrt-ember,
Id.-HA HI, v ItMNK'ElT-
By C A I.AKflO.V
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NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
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IlllTT Ml 'VIXU STi IR .ii: .'' '
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Miami Florid
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OP FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 75-7382
In HE l'-'.'-
MAK< Alll-'T XfOI 'M.IIA.X-.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORrDA IN AND FOR
DADE- COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 75-7173
in UE: Rptnta of
BENJAMIN I.ACAX
....-.-.,-ed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All IV. d,i. ., -
Ing < 'lain..- ...- Den
i: .
Vim an hen t... noj .. .1 and requir-
ed i" pre nl anj rtoifarie and demi
which you may-1
II* is a.;AX
i.. of Dade County, Florida,
1 i-.uii .linli-. : 11 ,,i,. :.,unly,
in iltioli
S' ...a. v j-li*. Florid .
stfitnt**- in fherrVfu'flC te :ivifoOi,-
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the time of tl.- ,..
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.1 November, 1975
.H iSP IM'l-i
Bfxeetrtor
ISM rVaahlngton An- m p,, i
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 75-3SC60
GENERAL JURIS' r;,/:SlON
ACTIO.X UTION
OF MARRIAGE
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Jack Popick
Passes at 73
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inu El on Sunday, Nov.
I far JJ>> S. Popick, com-
ply president Mid corporation
pcuti"e, who died on Friday,
)\ 2d at age 73.
|m Popick whs lies praaf-
ni a id executive c imrntttae
i\ of the Hob ew Aead
' Great! I li, and a
jmbsr of tha b larda of gov-
fa i Hebrew University in
ii American Technion
^kru't and BninJ-is Univer-
rounder of the YesMva
Rivei.-tt' Crail a: School of
pi< iti n, lie liad endowed a
factual schelarihip I >r an I
fell : l THE past 19 y sara, Mr.
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rast i il '. m I'm ersity.
1 !' rads and Israel Invps-
Corp.
in Rumania, h came
;re from N wark, N.I., 23
i an I was a | ast
I >' M ichanic's Uniform
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\ i| v. iv p esident of
ih J wish Home for the A;
and amonu his man) humara lor
aisttnguiahed comnmnity, adu-
cationaJ and philanthropic serv>
ica w.-iv the .1-nis.il.-m Fi
cioin Award presented to him
personally from Mayor Teddy
Kothrit of Jerusalarn in 1990
and the Justice Louis H.-nhit/
H .m.i is Distinguished Award
oi tiie Zionist Organization of
Amei ea -'-i I!
lit. \VA.. a past president of
.south rhiiidn Dhiaion of
the American Prisnds ot the
Hebrew University and a past
nati trd \ ice president ol that
organisation.
Pad Iti 9 on the campus of
IMjifU University in Jerusa-
lem are named in his and his
Wife's honor
In 196a, he was a reeipi-nt of
the I ** i '_- Minsters Award "for
extraordinary aoti* itfes in the
ea st- rf Israel's development."
S-iri'ors include l.is wife,
Ruth Waldman Popick; a son,
l i.i i.i, > t Coral (I ibles; and a
>' i -r. Ricl i Markman, of
lywaod; a sister, Mrs. l*'anny
; ffnes s; and two grandchil-
dren.
Carol Judith Rosenberg,
Educator, Passes at 42
|c Judith \ id irs ihn Ro-
ln b i li l i lay. No". 21,
I.- i ton, N.J.. f ill v Ino. a
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\A \ equent Miami \ 1-1; ir, she
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special education at Duke
kii er ity Hospital in Durham,
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cial ed't iti n from Columbia.
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ste**s hos>it ili'ed for I mgthy
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";; 'd clas .a North Caro-
lina
She was a oast president of
the l'i A of Temple Betl Sha-
lom and a member Of its board
of trustees.
M b. < aenh -rg is survived
by Ivi h'isband, D-. J. Loren
Roean ""'-; three sons. Miteh-
!| KanVrn and Robert; two
sisfjrs, Is Nii'i'tf Benson
ol Mia-ii Beach, and Mrs. Joan
D' is, V.Y.; and her parents,
M an' "Mrs. Famuel fflisw
s^hn. of Bronxville, NY., and
Mhmi Beach.
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