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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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^Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JtWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
lume 49 Number 6
Miami, Florida Friday, February 6, 1976
By Mail 50c. J'Wo Section* Price 25 cents
SENSE OF UNCERTAINTY
Mideast Clouds
rover Over Visit
Of Rabin Here
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Bfltty Dances Hora 10-A
Tl#p to Mideast 11-A
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
LSHINGTON(JTA)
Ident Ford and Israeli
tier Yitzhak Rabin
led continuing coopera-
and friendship for a
and durable peace in
Middle East during a
lal ceremony in a heavy,
! rain on the White House
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By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)
The Cabinet held its political
defense on the eve of Pre-
debate on foreign policy and
mier Yitzhak Rabin's depart-
ure for the United States.
The Premier's visit his
third since taking office and
the second to be officially
designated a State visit
was described here and in
Washington as an attempt to
develop a common U.S. Is-
raeli strategy in pursuit of
a Middle East peace settle-
ment and to renew the mo-
mentum of negotiations.
WHAT emerged from the Cabi-
net session was the sense of
uncertainty that clouds ihe
Middle East situation and bi-
lateral fictions between Israel
and the U.S.
The situation in Lebanon,
where a Syrian-sponsored cease-
fire went into effect, is unclear
and there is mounting concern
here that events in Lebanon will
hereafter be controlled by the
Syrians with the balance of
nower in that country shifting
from moderates to extremist
supporters of the PLO.
Relations with Washington are
also under a cloud. Israeli cir-
cles are disappointed by the
news that the Ford Administra-
tion will request $500 million
less in aid for Israel next year.
A CERTAIN tension has aris-
en over reports that even State
Continued on Page 1S-A
MESSAGE TO CONGRESS
lever Again a Mideast
ithout Israel, He Vows
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WASHINGTON (JTA)
'rentier Yitzhak Rabin of
lei pledged in an address
[a joint session of Con-
5s Jan. 28 that "however
Icult the road, however
the challenge and how-
complex the process,
ie\ will strive with all its
ag to contribute to the
;e of the world by press-
ahead with its efforts
peace with the Arab
^jtries. This is the driv-
goal of all of our poli-
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ae Israeli leader, the first
tier of Israel ever to ad-
Congress, also said, "I
today declare I am ready to
meet with any Arab head of
government at any time and
at any place for the purpose
of peace talks."
IN HIS half-hour speech to
the American legislators, Rabin
Continued on Page 2-A
KING HUSSEIN
Leaders Talk
With Demo
Candidates
WASHINGTON (JTA) The leaders of two Re-
form Jewish groups met here with eight declared can-
didates for the 1976 Democratic Presidential nomination
in what was described as in-depth discussions to ascer-
tain their views on "major
WO MOVE TO SUCCOR BROTHERS'
Christian Silence on War
Strategy in Lebanon Hit
Syria's Mounting Influence 7-A
Borders Opened to Refugees 9-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) "Are political considera-
tions so powerful that they silence men of faith and
block any move to bring succor to brothers in distress?"
Religious Affairs Minister Yitzhak Raphael posed
the question in a strongly-worded attack on the silence
of church leaders over the slaughter and maltreatment
of Christians in Lebanon.
Speaking to a National Religious Party gathering
Continued on Page 2-A
Scholars Agree Big Rift Between
Moscow and Egypt is an Illusion
domestic and international
issues concerning the na-
tion's more than six million
Jews and their institutions."
The discussions, sponsor-
ed by the Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis
and the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, were
held at the UAHC building
here. Each candidate spent
about an hour in dialogue
with Rabbi Alexander
Schindler, president of the
UAHC, and Rabbi Ely Pil-
chik, vice president of the
CCAR.
THE DEMOCRATIC hopefuls
who participated were Gov.
Continued on Page 12-A
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
NEW YORK (JTA)
United States efforts to im-
prove its relations with
Egypt is based on the false
assumption of a fundament-
al breach between Egypt
and the Soviet Union, ac-
cording to Prof. Uri Ra'anan
of the Fletcher School of
'NORMALIZATION' STRESSED
Renew Ties to Mexico,
Presidents9 Confab Says
Mexico's Jews Disquieted
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NEW YORK "We are
Law and Diplomacy at Tufts no longer confronting an ad-
University.
His remarks
were made
over the weekend during
the four-day symposium on
"The Middle East Critical
Choices for America," spon-
versary, but have regained
a friend."
With these words, the
Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Or-
sored by toe National Com- ganizations has recommend-
mittee on American Foreign
Policy.
RA'ANAN said that recent
statements in Arabic by Egypt-
Continued en Page S-A
dler, chairman of the Confer-
ence a coalition of 32 nation-
al Jewish secular and religious
organizations released a re-
port by a subcommittee on
Mexican relations. The report
Continued on Page 3-A
ed here that relations be-
tween U.S. Jewish groups
and Mexico be "fully nor-
malized."
RABBI Alexander M. Schin-
Moynilian [Quits as UN Envoy
Veto Praised 9-A
Vote Explained 11-A
UNITED NATIONSDan-
iel Patrick Moynihan resign-
ed as U.S. Ambassador to
the United Nations on Mon-
office during which the ad-
ministration exhibited a dip-
lomatic schizophrenia that
embarrassed President Ford,
infuriated Secretary of State
Henry Kissinger and left the
State Department in a cor-
In announcing his resigna-
tion, Moynihan insisted that
no pressure had been ap-
plied on him to do that. Re-
peatedly, the Ambassador
cited the fact that he had
spent the last 13 years of
day. Thus ended six months ner as it sulked and plotted
of Moynihan's tenure in that Moynihan's demise. 1^ Continued on Page 7-A
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Applause from Congress
Perhaps the most encouraging thing Prime Minis-
ter Rabin said in his address before Congress last week
was: Never again a Middle East without Israel.
It was encouraging because it was a pointed re-
sponse to the Palestine Liberation Organization demand
for a "secular, democratic Palestine" in which both Jews
and Arabs would live side by side with Israel, of
course, flushed down the drain.
It was doubly encouraging because of the incred-
ibly enthusiastic applause of the Congress in response
to the Prime Minister's words.
This is not to dismiss the rest of Rabin's speech.
The point simply is that so much of it has been said
before; so much of it will be said again.
But within the framework of repeated demands for
concessions being made from Israel in behalf of Middle
East peace, what Rabin was saying was that at some
point Israel would say enough.
Repeatedly before he left Israel for his trip to the
U.S., the Prime Minister made clear just where that
point was. His address to the Congress may have been
more generalized about its location, but the principle
could not have been enunciated with any greater clarity.
Whatever the drift these days of the speculation
concerning U.S. movement in the direction of recogniz-
ing the PLO, the Rabin stand was a clear response to
the speculation. No Middle East without Israel means
precisely what it says.
In turn this means that, whatever the U.S. may do
about the PLO, Israel would never be prepared to pre-
side at its own dissolution. Until the PLO gives up its
absurd demand for precisely that dissolution, the U.S.
can do what it wants and Israel will do what it must.
Instant Answer Needed
It is shocking to read about the growing evidence
of widespread drug addiction in Israel, particularly
among children.
To this must be added the emerging as a fact of Is-
raeli life of extortionists and racketeers in business and
finance.
This is a sociological phenomenon that in our view
needs immediate attention alongside, perhaps, the
steep increase in the rate of Israelis permanently leav-
ing the country.
It is difficult for Diaspora Jews to be critical about
things like emigration for obvious reasons the peren-
nial "why don't you live there yourself" argument.
But it does seem to us that, in the wake of the
1973 Yom Kippur War, the role of Diaspora Jewry has
been sufficiently defined as to acknowledge its pivotal
role in Israel's national life.
Bearing this in mind, it should not seem strange
that we are concerned about emigration, or that we
voice similar concern for the rise in drug addiction and
crime in Israel.
None of this speaks well for traditional Israeli
ideals those ideals and that idealism that sparked the
nation into being during the first 25 years of its glorious
existence.
What has happened since then? This is a question,
among others, needing an instant answer.
Fulbright's Final Choice
J. William Fulbright's career in the Senate, seen in
the long view, was certainly a distinguished one. Apart
from his role as a politician, he was also known as a
scholar of some considerable distinction.
Historically, his name will be linked to the "Ful-
bright" scholarships which annually send some of the
nation's best young people abroad to continue their stu-
dies. ^r**^
Now he has capped his career by registering as a
foreign agent for the United Arab Emirates.
Fulbright's last years in the Senate were turbulent
ones. On the one hand, he was among those who quick-
ly aligned themselves against the Vietnamese war. On
the other, toward the end of his tenure, he became a
carping voice that stooped so low as to complain about
the "undue influence" of the "Zionist lobby" and "Jew-
ish finance" on Capitol Hill. (Is that why he is now a
lobbyist for Arabs?)
His growing irritability before his defeat in Arkan-
sas was expressed in an increasing irascibility toward
Israel, whose existence he seemed not to be able to
abide.
His registering as an agent for the Arab Emirates
puts him where he belongs. It is sad that his great
achievements in the Senate will always have to be seen
against a backdrop of the last contentious years of his
career.
Mexico: French Lesson for Us
rpHE SPONTANEOUS Jewish
boycott against Mexico is
coming to just as spontaneous
an end, and not because an Is-
raeli cultural mission will be
arriving in Mexico sometime
next week. That is the effect,
not the cause.
The cause is that neither the
Jews, American and Israeli, nor
the Mexicans had their hearts
in what they were doing in the
first place.
THE RABASA apology, which
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gave rise to his resignation, and
the Echeverria vow that he
would rather die than beg is.
rael's forgiveness, were under-
standable from the very begin-
ning.
In fact, and pivotally impor.
tant. is that though Mexico's
"yes" vote for the anti-Zionist
resolution at the United Nations
was inflammatory and a cow-
arrMv submission to Third World
politic' ing. not even Israel has
been able to hold it against her
Neither is the ending of the
boycott as simple as that aY
astonishing Mexican change of
heart means an automatic re-
sumption of American Jewish
tourism, the sudden cessation
of which had dealt a staggering
blow to Mexico's economv.
FOR ONE thing, the change
of heart has yet to be docu-
mented. For another, so do the
statistics on the blow to Mex-
ico's economy. My own opin-
ion is that neither was as as-
tonishing nor as staggering as
we have been led to believe.
We can not expect that Mex-I
ico will abandon her expedient
UN policy. Nor should we think
that the Mexicans are in fac'
begging forgiveness because off
empty hotels, whatever Presi-
dent Echeverria may have said
to the contrary.
The Israelis more than any-
one else surely understand th!>
WHAT IS significant in this
regard is that the Israelis ap-
preciate Mexico's franknesi
that Arab-directed expedien-
cy in one arena need not nec-
essarily rule out a relationship
with Israel in another. Obvious-
ly, American Jews are begin
ning to appreciate it too.
This is clearly not the besj
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It is difficult not to be stir-
red by these lines that actor
Lloyd Bridges delivers on the
radio in behalf of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal's current
campaign:
"While most people have
been complaining that it now
costs a fortune to serve meat
at dinner three times a week,
some of our less fortunate eld-
erly people consider t hem-
selves lucky to eat anything
for dinner three times a week
. (with) Supplemental So-
cial Security Income of about
S5.26 a day. For some of us
it's a matter of inflation. For
others, it's a matter of sur-
vival. ."
THE IMPLICATION un-
derstated is that the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation is
doing something about the
"survival" problem. But that's
another story. Important in
that message is that the Jewish
community is beginning to
focus in on Jewish poverty,
although the dimensions of that
problem have yet to be reveal-
ed in full.
Buried in the spate of arti-
cles that are following in the
wake of the National Jewish
Population Study's figures
which show the mass exodus
from New York City to adja-
cent suburbs the American
Jewish Year Book and the Na-
tional Jewish Monthly provide
the most recent are little
bits of information about those
left behind.
IN THE Bronx, as an in-
stance, is found the greatest
number of the aged, and as
high as 30 percent of the men
are retired. Samuel Bernstein,
who heads the department of
Public Administration at Baruch
College of CUNY, writes in
the National Jewish Monthly
that the exodus "has turned
some Jewish neighborhoods
into prisons for the Jewish poor
and elderly, who because of
financial situation or age, have
no mobility."
In Brooklyn, in the areas of
Borough Park and Williams-
burgh, there are large pockets
it younger, working poor
primarily the Hasidim who,
even if they desired it, do not
ha e the msans to escape the
poverty trap in which they
Tind themselves.
SOME TIME back, in analyz-
ing the need for redevelopment
of the South end of Miami
Reach, a city-sponsored report
for the Planning Department
opened the window on housing
and other conditions that pre-
sented a grim picture.
"It is difficult enough," the
report stated, "for those with
salaries or wages to cope with
escalating prices it is im-
possible for the elderly on
fixed, limited incomes to pur-
chase necessities to sustain
even a most meager life." The
South Beach, as no one livim
here needs be reminded, i*
populated primarily by Jews
elderly Jews.
It's clear that during the past
83veral years mostlj
1971 when some of the dime ^
sions of the problem became
Ciear (I wrote a column, my
first I believe on the subject.!
in June of that year I -- Fed-1
erations throughout the coun '
try have become more rcspon
sive to the needs.
BUT JUST as clear is tha
private charity, no matter ho\
generous, cannot and, in nr
opinion, should not can;
the burden of America's poo:
We've come a long way sinct
the callous Coolidge and Hoove:
days.
But not far enough, if Pre*
dent Ford's budget and ta
policies (and probably, eve
worse, Reagan's) turn up *
winners in this next year. For)
has made acceptance of ta'
reduction conditional on ex
penditure reduction.
This simplistic and attrac-
tive remedy of conservative"
men takes aim at services pd
ticularly for the less fortunate
as we saw in his budget mes[
sage.
But there is no reduction ic
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ian leaders, including a close
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I Sadat, revealed that the so-
called "expulsion of Soviet ex-
perts" from Egypt in 1972 was
"a deception ploy" by Cairo,
Damascus and Moscow to make
the West believe that Egypt
' was incapable of going to war.
He charged that the same
tactics are being used by Egypt
since the Yom Kippur War.
The We* cannot replace the
Soviet Union as the chief arms
supplier for Egypt, for the
changeover, as Sadat himself
said recently, would take 20
years. Ra'anan noted.
"I Jon't think he (Sadat) has
the slightest intention of de-
priving his regime of its power
se (the officers corps) for
wo months, let alone 20
ears." he declared.
RA'ANAN, a Sovietologist,
icharged that Egypt turned to
the United States at the behest
Of the So'iet Union because
Moscow told Cairo that only
the U.S. could put pressure on
Israel.
He said this was the reason
the Soviet Union had not tried
to block Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger's negotiat-
ing efforts.
In a discussion of the mili-
ary aspects of the Mideast sit-
uation, Admiral (ret.) Elmo R.
Zumwalt, Jr., former Chief of
Naval Operations, said the U.S.
response in the Yom Kippur
War was limited due to a de-
!:line in its power in relation
o the Soviet Union. He said
he situation is even worse
Bow.
, Dr. Edward Teller, the nu-
clear physicist, said the U.S. is!
10 years behind the Soviet
JlJnion and called for the trend
tto be reversed. Noting criticism
,'of Kissinger by participants at
the symposium. Teller said the
^Secretary could not be any-
thing but devious in foreign
Senate
Restores
Aid Slash
WASHINGTON Sen. Clif- \
5ford Case (R., N.J.) whipped up
support this week for the re- \
jstoration of the Ford Adminis-;
jtration's cut in militaiy aid to
Jlsrael.
Ford had annound a !;;""
illion cut for 1977. The Sen- i
te Foreign Relaii 9 Commit-
tee, backed by t'ie Case forces,
added $375 million to Israel
military aid funds. In addition,
it added $181 million in econo-
mic aid.
THE MOVE was seen as a
ttactic adopted bv the Senate
ommittee at a ti ^e when Pre-
ier Yitzhak Rabin was visiting
U.S. anl w'ten both Presi-
ent Ford end Secretary of
tate Hen -y Kissinger would be
east li' "ly ti sreik out pub-
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relations because he had to con-
ceal the weakened American
position.
TELLER also said that the
U.S. has lost a generation of
scientists who refuse to do
military research. He called for
a scientific alliance with Israel
whose scientists see the need
for such work.
Sen. James Buckley (R/C,
N.Y.) at the closing luncheon
session, called for storing
American arms in Israel to
demonstrate that the U.S. "will
provide Israel with arms in
a timely fashion to insure that
it cannot be militarily over-
whelmed by any coalition of
Arab adversaries.
"In order that such support
not be interpreted by Israel in
a carte blanche fashion, the
ai-ms warehouse in Tsr' would
remain under strict U.S. cus-
tody and supervision," he said.
IN AN economic seminar, the
economists agreed that the Or-
ganization of Oil Exporting
Countries (OPEC) cartel would
be distintegrated because the
price will cause industrial na-
tions to conserve oil and be-
cause new oil deposits are be-
ing found throughout the world.
Prof. Milton Friedman, the
University of Chicago econom-
ist, and the other economists
on the panel also said they
timid welcome Arab invest-
ments in the United States, but
they doubted that it will come
because the Arabs are afraid
that the U.S. will appropriate
Arab-controlled companies.
Friedman also urged Jews
not to be concerned with the
Arab boycott. He said Jews
have 2.000 years of experience
in which they have learned
not to rely on governments to
protect their rights. He said
Jews also have 2,000 years of
experience "in selling to people
who don't want to buy from
Jews."
HISTADRUT ECONOMIC CONFERENCE FOR ISRAEL
Economic Symposium & Continental Breakfast
Tuesday, Feb. 17th, 10 AM. Fontainebleau Hotel
1. "Itrasl's Economic Crisis" Hon. Zo'ov Shor
Israel's Economic Mlnistor to the United Statos
2. "Planning For Our Maturing Yaars"
O. "Estate Planning For Newcomers to Florida"Judge Herbert S. Shapiro
b. "Financial Planning "Dr. Sol Stein
HON ZEEVSHER
For FREE tickets, coll Israel Histadrut Foundation Tel. 531-8702
I gave two years ago<
His family still lives in Israel. His wife. His
daughter. His two sons.
Four days after he left them to help
defend his country in the Yom Kippur War,
he became one of those statistics you
read about in the newspapers or heard
about on the nightly newscasts.
Two years have passed since then.
Two long years.
And still the people of Israel must look to
Jews in America to meet the staggering
costs of their human needs. The costs of
providing a life of dignity for the elderly.
Decent housing for immigrants. Educational
assistance and even living facilities for
youngsters without fathers.
He can no longer help the people of
Israel build a society where there is
compassion and care for the aged and hope
and opportunity for the young.
But you can.
Support the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 1976 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. Give now.
4200 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Fla. 576-4000.
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lawn. The two leaders, stand-
ing bare-headed, spoke of
their desire to work together
for a solution to the Arab-
Israeli conflict.
Following the 27-minute
ceremony, attended by 2,368
specially-invited guests who
stood under umbrellas, the
two leaders went into the
White House for the first of
their two meetings on Am-
erican-Israeli relations and
developments in the Middle
East diplomatic process.
AFTER his 80-minute meet-
ing with Ford, Rabin went to
the State Department for a
luncheon hosted by Secretary
of State Henry A. Kissinger.
In a written notice to the
press on the 80-minute meet-
ing between Ford and Rabin,
White House Press Secretary
Ron Nessen reported that "the
President reaffirmed long-
standing American support for
the security of Israel."
He also said that the Presi-
dent noted that "the need now
is for all sides to search for
ways of continuing the pro-
cess of mutual compromise
and comprehension in order to
achieve a just and durable
peace settlement."
Nessen reported that the two
leaders reviewed the Umted
Nations Security Council de-
bate and various aspects of
U.S.-Israeli relations.
Goldmann
Denies Bonn
Reparations
Deal Flat
LONDON (JTA) Dr.
Nahum Goldmann has denied
that his negotiations with the
West German authorities on
DM 600 million claims of Holo-
caust victims have finally col-
lapsed, with the West Germans
saying they would pay no more
compensations. In a cable to
the Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy's London office, the presi-
dent of the World Jewish Con-
gress wrote:
"With regard to your state-
ment January 22nd that nego-
tiations concerning final set-
tlement for Jewish victims of
Nazi persecution have 'fallen
through', I want to deny this
information as without foun-
dation. No decision has been
reached by the German gov-
ernment concerning the mat-
ter.
"IT IS quite likely that, be-
cause of the financial prob-
lems facing the German govern-
ment and in view of the begin-
ning election year, the final
decision may have to be post-
poned till after the elections
but no negative decision has I
been taken by the German au-
thorities, as I was assured."
Meanwhile, it was learned
here that a report about the
collapse of the reparation talks
is carried in the January issue
of the semi-official Bonn-pub-
lished "Deutschland Berichte,"
a monthly bulletin sponsored
by the West German author-
ities on relations with Israel
and world Jewry.
Under the heading: "No Set-
tlement Payment" (Keine Abs-
chluss Zahlung), the bulletin
says that the talks "must be
regarded as having been con-
cluded." The Deutschland Bo-
richte story is quoted in the
London-published WJC press
survey.
cooperation a peaceful com-
prehensive and just solution to
the conflict in the Middle
East."
THE PRESIDENT stressed
that the task of Israel, its Arab
neighbors and the U.S. was "to
realize the goal of peace to-
gether with realism and jus-
tice. Let us seize this historic
opportunity to translate this
hope into reality."
Taking note of the weather,
Rabin opened his remarks by
noting that in Jewish tradition
rain means blessings. He
pointed out that he was
the first head of govern-
ment to visit the United States
during the Bicentennial and
wished "shalom" to "all com-
munities across your great
country, including the Jewish
community with whom we have
a profound historic spiritual
tie."
Rabin noted that America's
Bicentennial was also being
observed in Israel. "We do so
because of the debt that Israel
and the whole free world owes
to this great country."
THE PREMIER pledged his
States to seek with Israel's government's efforts to bring
"The President stressed the
importance of these talks (with
Rabin) for developing ideas on
how next to move as part of
our overall consultations with
the parties involved. He re-
peated his determination to
avoid a hiatus in negotiations."
THE WHITE House lawn
ceremony officially opened
Rabin's 11-day visit to the U.S.
which began in Philadelphia
when the Israeli leader par-
ticipated in a Bicentennial
ceremony at the Liberty Bell.
Instead of arriving at the
White House by helicopter as
originally scheduled, Rabin
came to Washington in a Presi-
dential plane, and then he and
Mrs. Rabin were driven to the
White House from a nearby
air force base.
Ford, greeting Rabin with
"shalom," said that the Pre-
mier's visit will "renew happy
memories." He hold Rabin that
"your visit gives me the op-
portunity to reaffirm on be-
half of the American people
the enduring friendship of our
two countries, the traditional
commitment of the United

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Representatives Carl Albert, Rabin, and Sen. Richard
(Dick) Stone of Florida.
peace between Israel and the
Arab countries. He praised
Ford for his untiring efforts
and guidance to "America's
indispensable role" in the peace
process.
He said Ford's name will go
down in hitory for his wort
for peace in the world. Ma
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Israel Praises U.S. Veto of Arab Move
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Foreign Ministry issued a state-
ment last week praising the
United States veto of the Secu-
rity Council's draft resolution
as "an important contribution
to the preservation of stability
in the region and to the ad-
vancement of negotiations and
peace efforts."
The statement, released here
as soon as the results of the
voting were known, took note
of the fact that Britain, Sweden
and Italy abstained and thus
had "not lent their hands" to
the draft "which, had it been
passed, would have irreparably
shaken the only agreed basis
for any settlement as express-
ed in Security Council Resolu-
tions 242 and 338."
THE SETTLEMENT "noted
with sorrow" that "this harm-
ful move obtained the support
of such friendly states as
France, Japan, Panama and
Rumania."
The latter country was one
of the six sponsoring states of
the draft measure that demand-
ed Israel's withdrawal from all
occupied Arab territories and
the establishment of a Pales-
tinian state.
The others, which, along with
the Soviet Union, France and
Japan, voted for the resolution,
wcie Pakistan. Tanzania, Pa-
nama, Guyana and Benin
(formerly Dahomey). China and
Libya did not participate in
the voting.
THE FOREIGN Ministry s
statement asserted that the aim
of the draft resolution had
been, in effect, to abrogate
Resolutions 241 and 338 "and
thus to advance the aims {
the Syrian-PI.O conspiracy to
foil the ngotiating process by
abandoning the principle of
negotiation and agreement be-
tween equal parties."
The statement said ^at Is-
rael's decision to boycott the
Security Council debate which
began Jan. 12 was vindicated
by the events of the debate
itself.
Israel held firm to the view
that the Security Council and
its resolutions could not b- a
substitute for negotiations un-
der Resolutions 242 and 338.
The Foreign Ministry state-
ment ended with a call to re-
convene the Geneva confer-
ence "in its original format and
under the original letter of in-
vitation."
IN A radio interview, For-
eign Minister Yigal Allon also
expressed appreciation for the
U.S. veto. He noted that it
served American as well as Is-
raeli interests in that it had
blocked the Soviet-backed Syr-
ian-PLO tactic at the UN.
He acknowledged that it was
"not easy" for the U.S. to find
itself isolated, but believed
that the U.S. would continue
to oppose the hard-line Arabs
in their efforts to undermine
the negotiating process.
Israel, for its part, he said,
must continue to call for the
reconvening of Geneva so that
if the conference fails to re-
convene, the blame would
squarely fall upon the Arab
extremists who refuse to at-
tend it under its original terms
of reference.
THE GENERAL feeling
among observers here was that
the Council debate turned out
better for Israel than predicted.
Although a U.S. veto was as-
sured by the one-sided, hard-
line nature of the draft pro-
posed by the Arabs and only
slightly modified by the Third
World states, Israel was con
cerned that support for the
draft by America's allies won (
give the PLO a moral victory.
Of the Western allies, on)/
Britain was expected to ab
stain. The addition of Italy ami
Sweden to the abstention col
umn was therefore regarded 88
a plus and a "ray of light" in
the bleak proceedings of (bo
Council. On the other hand
France and Japan were per-
ceived here as having movt<(
even further toward a pro
Arab position.
Borders Opened Up to Refugees
By YITZHAK SHARG1L
TEL AVIV (TA) Defense Minister Shimon Peres
has instructed the army to open Israel's northern borders
to Christian refugees from Lebanon. The invitation was
broadcast by Israel's Arabic language transmitters, but
no retugees have so for appeared at any of the border posts.
The move was regarded,
tions in Israel. Refugees
from Lebanon could expect
to find shelter in the Maro-
nite Christian communities
in northern Israel.
PERES visited settlements
however, as a timely hu-
manitarian gesture and was
taken after top level discus-
sions in response to appeals
from various Christian reli-
gious and secular institu-
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in Galilee. He said Syria no v
had a decisive influence >n
Lebanon through the introduc
tion of the Syrian-commandul
Palestine Liberation Army thrit
is patrolling the ceasefire. How
ever, according to Peres, tho
presence of the PLA in Leba-
non does not change the secu-
rity situation. He said Israeli
forces would have no difficulty
dealing with the PLA shew l
that become necessary.
Israeli sources have bet <>
informed by Lebanese village] >
that elements of the PLA have
been spotted on the northt i n
banks of the Litani River b'tl
have not crossed to the souih-
ern bank which would brio*;
them closer to the Israeli lint r.
THE INFORMANTS said tb.il
southern Lebanon remains un-
der terrorist control and it. t
Lebanese army units have DQl
returned to the positions th y
evacuated notwithstanding the
ceasefire and the end of the
fighting, for the time being t
least,
j According to the informant'!,
civil administration has ceisl
to function in the region ..i-l
Christians who fled their bOBMi
in Moslem dominated villages
are still taking shelter in JVv
ronite communities. t
The invitation extended to
Christian refugees was not t *
pected to bring an influx Into
Israel but rather to underscciw
the fact that Israel take! a
greater interest in their plir.lit
than Christian communili**
abroad.
IT WAS noted here thai
neither the Vatican nor 61)' h
Catholic countries as Fram y,
which has historical ties with
Lebanon, raised their voiccc
on behalf of the Christian'
minority during the Lebantw
civil war.
Sources here recalled thnt
when the Jordanian army vm
decimating the Palestinian ter-
rorists in 1970, more than J.M
of them fled to Israel and sur-
rendered rather than fa< e
slaughter by their fellow Arabs.
Cohen: CJA
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the military budget; we are,
in fact, being frightened b'te
spending much more money 'n
that area for more useless hjm-
ware.
IF THERE is a dual resp< r>-
sibility here we as Jew* in
our traditional role of help-
ing our own, the governrr.it it
in its role of support of : t
resort then we should bt| n
moving in the direction of re-
covering what our commun y
role must be.
I don't doubt that most Jewi
believe in the Yom Kippur man-
date, to "deal your bread to the
hungry." The question is hi .v
to go about it now that wt ro
longer follow the custom >!
ancient Israel in leaving a
corner of the field to fcx*
harvested by the poor.
Maybe, as Lloyd Brid;c*
hints in that poignant meOQPflft
we could share with jusl a
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Mexico's Jews Confront a Time of Disquiet
By CHAIXI LAZDEISKI
MEXICO CITY (JTA)
jThis is a time of disquiet for
Mexico's Jews. They are nerv-
ous, uneasy and to no small
degree bewildered by their gov-
ernment's zig-zag policy to-
ward the Middle East com-
' plimentary to Israel one day,
supportive of the Palestine
Liberation Organization the
next.
Jews here are also worried
about the attitudes expressed
in the daily press. The boycott
by Jews from the United States
and Canada in response to
Mexico's vote in favor of the
UN General Assembly resolu-
tion branding Zionism as racism
is blamed for the serious slump
in this country's tourist indus-
try.
THE NEWSPAPERS fail to
Dint out what Minister of
Durism Julio Hirshfield Al-
Sada himself has confirmed:
|iat Mexico ha$ lost non-Jew-
ih as well as Jewish tourists
lorn the U.S. and Canada this
rinter because of exorbitant
prices and poor service in
many resorts.
I It must be said that apart
tfom Mexico's ambiguous posi-
jd on Israel and Zionism,
exican Jewry still enjoys good
lations with the authorities.
J There is no discrimination
3gainst Jews in colleges and
niversities. Jews occupy high
positions in the fields of sci-
ence, commerce, industry, ad-
ministration and in govern-
ment.
THE NEW Mexican Ambas-
sador to the United Nations.
Foberto Roseimveig Diaz, is
of part Jewish ancestry. Iron-
ically, his previous post was
Mexico's Ambassador to Egypt.
The Minister of Tourism, men-
tioned above, is also partly
Jewish. And the former For-
eign Minister, Emilio O. Ra-
basa, has a Jewish mother
wnose maiden name is Mish-
Jtin.
Mexican Jewiy is; in short,
well off. But like the Jewish
communities of the United
States and Canada, it identifies
Fulbright
Registers
! As Agent
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Former Sen J. William Ful-
bright has registered with the
Department of Justice as a for-
eign agent representing the
United Arab Emirates, a fed-
eration of oil producing sheik-
doms on the Persian Gulf.
The Arkansas Democrat, who
was chairman of the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee
for 15 of his 30 years in the
Senate, joined the law firm of
Hogan and Hartson when he
left the Senate last year after
his defeat in the 1974 Dem-
ocratic primaries.
THE JEWISH Telegraphic
Agency disclosed on Jan. 22
that through Fulbright's efforts,
the United Ardb Emirates en-
gaged his law firm as their
legal counsel in the U.S. last
summer.
Although the firm was regis-
tered as a foreign agent, Ful-
uright was not so registered
until Jan. 26.
It was reported from Cairo,
meanwhile, that Fulbright has
been awarded Egypt's Order of
the Republic, that country's
second highest award, in recog-
nition of his support for the
Arab cause. President Anwar
Sadat reportedly cited the ex-
Senator as the first American
official to recommend that the
U.S. recognize the PLO.
strongly with Israel. Its feel-
ings of apprehension began
last August wheh President Luis
Echeveina \isited 14 countries
in the Americas. Africa and
Asia, among them Israel.
In the African and Arab coun-
tries he made pro-Arab state-
ments. In Alexandria he em-
braced PLO chieftain Yasir
A afat and promised to permit
the PLO to open an office in
Mexico City.
IN ISRAEL later, Echeverria
visited kibbutzim and villages.
He made pro-Zionist statements
and vowed Mexican Israel
friendship. This calmed the
nerves of some Mexican Jews.
But in November, Mexico
joined the pro-Arab majority
in the General Assembly's
Third Committee and later in
the Assembly itself to condemn
Zionism along with apartheid
as a racist movement. Once
more, Jews here were dis-
mayed.
Echeverria tried to make
amends. He dispatched then
Foreign Minister Rabasa to
Jerusalem for a rapprochement
with Israel. Rabasa laid a
wreath on Herzl's tomb. He
explained Mexico's vote in the
UN as a political necessity and
affirmed that Mexico was not
anti-Zionist and that it valued
its friendship with Israel.
THE ISRAELI authorities
seemed to accept his explana-
tions. But Jews here believed
that were it not for the tourist
boycott by U.S. and Canadian
Jews, Echeverria would not
have sent his Foreign Minister
on a conciliation mission.
Rebasa found himself in trou-
ble as soon as he returned. The
Mexican press attacked him
for apologizing to Israel and
thus compromising the nation's
Betty Ford Dances
Hora at Reception
WASHINGTON (JTA) America's First Lady
dancing the hora to the music of a red-coated U.S.
Marine Band in the White House ballroom on Jan. 27
was only one of a series of "firsts" marking the state
visit of Israeli Premier and Mrs. Raoin to Washington.
Mrs. Ford joined a circle of enthusiastic pro-Israelis
who were among the approximately 260 guests at the
dinner and dance given by President and Mrs. Ford for
the Rabins.
The size of the number of guests also was seen as
a first. Usually, invitations for a Presidential state
dinner go to about 120 persons of whom about 100 at-
tend. This time 160 came to dinner and an additional
100 joined in the entertainment and champagne later.
Although the Rabins, Secretary of State Henry A. Kis-
singer and Vice President Nelson Rockefeller retired
early, the Fords stayed on the dance floor until early
morning.
FORD BEGAN his toast to the Rabins with "sha-
lom" and concluded with "lahayim." Rabin also toasted
with "lahayim." Applauding Rabin's "statesmanship"
that had "contributed so much that has been achieved
so far" in the diplomatic process, Ford observed that
"out personal friendship and relationship now facilitates
the closest consultation on the very complex problems
Mm*, we face.". -- <** Mauri***
Ford also noted "no peace-making process, as you
well know, is easy, but important steps have been taken
and we are proud of the role that America has played
in working with your country. I know that all Americans
deeply desire to see the process continued toward this
goal of a just and secure peace."
honor. Some papers found it
necessary to mention that his
mother's name is Mishkin.
Rabasa resigned under pres-
sure. His successor, the new
Foreign Minister Alfonso Gar-
cia Robles, stated that there
was no change in Mexico's for-
eign policy or in its friendly
attitude toward Israel. But it
was Robles who, as Mexico's
UN envoy, cast his country's
vote in favor of the anti-Zion-
ist r^s^lnfiT).
LAST WEEK an Israeli dele-
gation arrived here to nego-
tiate the implementation of
agreements for cultural and
scientific cooperation between
Mexico and Israel that were
arranged last August between
President Echeverria and Pre-
mier Yitzhak Rabin in Jeru-
salem. The delegation was
warmly received.
But Jews here are still un-
easy. It is very difficult to be
on good terms with both God
and the Devil.
Mexico's flirtation with the
Arabs, while attempting to reas-
sure Israel, resembles the pre-
carious performance of a tight-
rope walker. He may fall, and
Mexico's Jews are wondering,
which way?
Two Activists
Are Freed, !
Get Visas
NEW YORK (JTA) The
National Conference on Soviet
Jewry and the Greater New
York Conference on Soviet Jew-
ry reported that they had learn-
ed that Aleksandr Tsatskis, a
Jewish activist in Kiev, has
been granted a visa to join his
mother who immigrated to Is-
rael in 1972.
Tsatskis, a ?6-year-old stu-
dent, was forcibly separated
from his family when his par-
ents and brother were per-
mitted to leave for Israel.
HE WAS denied an exit visa
in March, 1972 for "security
reasons" and became the target
of harassment and repeated ar-
rests for "Zionist activities."
The NCSJ also reported that
an exist visa apparently has
b--n c-anted to Irma Cherniak
who first applied for one in
January. 1973. and again, un- *
successfully, in May, 1974. Ac-
cording to the NCSJ, Cherniak,
an engineer and professor at
the University of Leningrad,
was fired after he applied for
a visa and was forced to wor*
as an elevator operator.
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Ford May Go to Middle East
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON(JTA)
The White House has in-
dicated that President Ford
will visit the Middle East but
flatly refused to confirm that
such a trip has been sched-
uled. However, there was
indication that the trip was
among items discussed with
Israeli Premier Yitzhak Ra-
bin last week.
A report circulated here
after the return of Secre-
tary of State Henry A. Kis-
singer from Moscow and
Madrid that the president
will go to Egypt, Israel and
other countries in mid-
April.
HOWEVER, presidential
press Secretary Ron Nessen,
when questioned, made the fol-
lowing statement:
"The President agreed pub-
licly in principle at the time
of the Sadat visit to visit the
Middle East. Foreign visits are
always arranged at the mutual
convenience of the parties. At
this point there is no timetable
and there are no specific plans
for such a visit."
Egyptian President Anwar
Sadat invited Ford to visit his
country during Sadat's visit to
Washington last September.
NESSEN said that it was
"possible" a Mideast trip had
been discussed with Rabin.
When he was asked whether
the mid-April timetable was an
error, Nessen sidestepped the
question by declining to confirm
it.
Nessen also said that the trip
"would be totally removed from
political considerations."
This led to immediate specu-
lation by informed sources
WINDOW SPECIALISTS
RON NESSEN
here that the President and
Dr. Kissinger have decided to
pursue with vigor their long-
standing pohcy to bring about
further agreements in the
diplomatic process between Is-
rael and its Arab neighbors.
ALTHOUGH this is an elec-
tion year, and some have been
indicating that the administra-
tion would swing 2-6 from
strong insistence on movement
that might be construed in Is-
rael as undue pressure with-
out commitments by the Arab
government, it is firmly be-
lieved that the President would
make domestic political capital
by driving toward some sort
of agreement whether is palatable to the Rabin gov-
ernment.
Israeli sources here had in-
dicated last week in discussing
the Rabin visit that they also
were opposed to consideration
of a presidential election year as
slowing down the diplomatic
process.
Yhey indicated further that
Israel would be prepared to
enter into an informal confer-
ence that Kissinger had pro-
posed last fall as a means to
start the muhi-lateral discus-
sions going.
THE THINKING here has
been that Kissinger designed
his proposal as a means to
bring about the entrance of
the Palestine Liberation Organ-
ization into a parley that Wash-
ington would control.
Under the Geneva confer-
ence arrangement by the
United Nations security coun-
cil, Israel would have a veto
on the PLO participation.
However, it is now thought
by pro-Israel sympathizers that
possibly the preparatory meet-
ing would bring Syria into a
multinational discussion since
it could say that it is not go-
ing back on its position that
the PLO would have to be par-
ticipants.
SYRIA did not take part in
the first Geneva conference
two years ago.
A presidential visit to the
Middle East possibly would in-
clude Jordan, Saudi Arabia and
even Syria and Lebanon.
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George Wallace, of Alabama;
Sargent Shriver, of Massachu-
setts; Morris Udall, of Utah;
Lloyd Bentsen, of Texas; Gov.
Milton Shapp, of Pennsylvania;
Henry M. Jackson, of Washing-
ton; Fred Harris, of Oklahoma;
and Jimmy Carter, of Georgia.
Sen. Birch Bayh, of Indiana,
was unable to attend, and Sen.
Robert Byrd, of West Virginia,
did not participate because he
announced his candidacy after
the dialogues were arranged.
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey,
who is regarded as a leading
candidate, was not present be-
cause he has not officially an-
nounced his candidacy.
RABBI PILCHIK said the
sponsors tried until the last
minute to have President Ford
and Ronald Reagan, the two
leading contenders for the
Republican nomination, attend,
but were not successful.
Schindler and Pilchik stress-
ed that the purpose of the
dialogues was not to endorse
any candidate but "to convey
our concerns to the candidates"
on international and domestic
issues and obtain their views.
They said another purpose
was to "sensitize the congre-
gations" on the candidates' po-
sitions "because we are not
unconcerned with the apathy
of voters."
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PILCHIK emphasized that
Jews do not vote as a "bloc."
Schindler noted that "the can-
didates may think we are limit-
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the Middle East, Soviet
Jews, the Arab boycott, Syrian
Jews."
But, he added, "Jews certain-
ly are not a one-issue elec-
torate." He stressed in fact that
domestic issues "predominated
in the dialogues" among which
were "unemployment in Amer-
ica as a first concern," civil
liberties, civil rights, welfare
programs, national health serv-
ices, crime, and gun control.
The rabbis said that in for-
eign affairs, "first and fore-
most, Israel has to be support-
ed." Pilchik reported that
"every candidate in expressing
unquestioned support for Is-
rael, was not doing it as a favor
for Jews or a come-on for Jew-
ish votes but as a necessity for
the geo-political position of
the United States."
SCHINDLER said "The ques-
tion of Soviet Jews was very
heavy upon us."
He said the dialogues also
covered "Jews remaining in
Arab lands, particularly Syria,
and the Arab boycott that dis-
criminates against American
firms whose officers happen
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The compromise in effect accepts the Arab stu-
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Boycott of Mexico: A French Lesson for Us
Continued from Page 4-A
basis on which to pursue inter-
national relations, but for the
[moment it is better than no re-
flations at all.
With this in mind, I keep
wondering why we assaulted
Mexico so overwhelmingly on
her anti-Zionist vote, and why
we have been so silent about
the French.
SINCE THE final glorious
days of Le Grand Charles de
Gaulle, France has been a dag-
ger struck deep in the heart of
Israeli sensibilities. The French
"yes" vote last week to the in-
famous Palestine state resolu-
:ion at the UN should be the
coup de grace.
Compared to Mexico's brief
fling with expediency, France's
history since the mi-J-1950's has
been a cemetery filled with the
rotting corpses of her once re-
volutionary ideals.
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repeated French betrayals of
America since then or even
with the long-term impact of
America's own betrayal of
France in the 1956 Suez-Sinai
war, which may well have been
the cause behind the cancerous
quantum leap in French be-
trayals in the first place.
MY CONCERN is with Israel,
which has suffered in her pro-
portion far more from these
betrayals than any other west-
ern or pro-western nation un-
fortunate enough to attract the
animus and egomania of Le
Grand Charles, and the spirit
of that animus and that ego-
mania, which still linger on at
Quay d'Orsay long after him.
It would be interesting to
count American Jewry's tourist
dollar outlay in Paris despite
thi* dismal history. Why the
stand on Mexico and the indif-
ference to a boycott of vaca-
tioning in France?
Is it that we could do with a
respite from Montezuma's re-
venge but not without the lat-
est Parisian perfume?
MY EARLIEST recollection of
those Mutt and Jeff photographs
of Le Grand Charles and Da-
vid Ben-Gurion are still heart-
warming enough.
But when Le Grand Charles
turned French egomania into
an instrument, among other
things, of classical anti-Semi-
tism, I wondered then why Jews
still trod the beaten boring path
to the Place de la Concorde and
the Champs Elysees.
De Gaulle it was who talked
about Jews as the "killers of
Christ" in his never-ending at-
tacks on Israel once he deter-
mined that France's future in
the Middle East must be pur-
sued at the expense of Israel.
DE GAULLE it was who thus
influenced the Arabs to believe
that their struggle against Is-
rael, on European terms, might
well include the revolting anti-
Semitic canards of the past.
De Gaulle it was who, among
all Europe's leaders, singlehand-
edly took what Rolf Zundel in
the West German newspaper,
"Die Zeit," called an "author-
itarian posture during the
Middle East crisis" of 1967
meaning sharply anti-Israel.
De Gaulle it was who, after
the war, prompted Erik Blu-
menfeld, a Christian Democrat
member of the Kurt Georg Kie-
singer government, to declare
that "the French President
again is risking his accomplish-
ments by setting out a danger-
ous political course that, if it
is not countered, will split Eu-
rope militarily and politically."
DE GAULLE it was who, aft-
er the war, prompted Howard
K. Smith to say of him. "De
Gaulle represents only De Gaul-
le. His influence has been nega-
tive and destructive. His ideas
are a barren set of grandiose
words."
De Gaulle it was who, after
the war, raged at "Anglo-Sax-
ons" in his "Free Quebec"
movement, which he somehow
linked to "Israeli aggression."
One can go on and on. Since
Le Grand Charles' day, little
has changed, other than that
his attack on the stability of
the U.S. dollar, which failed,
later gave the Arabs a similar
idea.
THAT IDEA is already par-
tially succeeding in the same
way that the Gaullist anti-Sem-
itism spurred the Arabs to suc-
cess in the restoration of clas-
sical Jew-hatred as a political
tool.
The tenure of Valery Giscard
D'Estaing still mirrors the
Gaullist glitter through the re-
calcitrant tenure of Georges
Pompidou a French era on
can never forget for its boycott
of parts to Israel for the Mir-
age fighter even as the Arabs
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And still, American Jews
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CIVIL.ACT'ON NO. 7S.821
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
' ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN 1 MARRIAGE
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riage has been Bled against you and
you are required lo nerve a copy of
your written defenses, if an,v, to it
on SAUL T VON ZAMI'T, attorney
lor Petitioner, whose address is 1320
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Gables. Florida 331'.ti, and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before 20th Febru-
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entered aealnst you for the relief de-
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This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI/1RIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand aad the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
9th day of January. 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By S. PARRISH
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
SAUL T. VON ZA.MFT
1320 S. Dixie Highway, Suite 850
Coral Gables Florida 33146
Attorney for Petitioner
Phone: 667-4878
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CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-1080
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
MARC-ALAN COOPBR. Petitioner
and
BONNIE KATHERINE BEACH
COOPER, respondent.
TO: BONNIE KATHKRINE
BEACH COOPER
309 West 99th Street, Apt. 6-B
New York New York 10025
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any, to It
on JERRY A. BI'RNS, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 933 City
National Bank Building, Miami, Flor-
ida 331 SO and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court on
or before Feb. 2", 1976; otherwise a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall he published once .
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
13th day of January, 1976
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By G. FREDERICK
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
JERRY A. BURNS
933 Citv National Bank Building
Miami, .Florida 33130
Attorney for Petitioner
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 76-219
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
IN RE: ESTATE OF:
SAUL EI.GAKT
Deceased.
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE
ESTATE:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
- the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BARCO TX SALES at 14800 N.W.
24th Court, Opa Locka, Fla. 33054 In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
D/B/A BARCO TX SALES
BARCO CHEMICALS DIVISION,
INC.
FRED KATZ, PRESIDENT
1/16-23-30 2/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of TEATRO NACIONAL at 4548 N.W.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 76-1944
NOTICE OF SUIT
FRANCES GRANT,
Petitioner- Wife
and
CLARENCE GRANT.
Respondent-Husband.
TO: CLARENCE GRANT
400 CHURCH STREET
KISSi.MEE. FLORIDA
HEREBY NOTIFIED nJeby no^,TCf ^rffin
,!latlh,1,ad2,,"JJ1t!?^lon.of '"V6 Dissolution of Marriage has been filed
' against you and you are required to
of SAUL EI/iAKT. deceased, File
Number 76-219, pending in the Circuit
Court for Dade County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the address of which
is 73 West Flagler Street, Miami,
Florida.
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Petition on Petitioner-
Wife's attorney, Ronald L. Davis,
Esq., P. A., 417 Biscayne Building
19 W. Flagler Street, Miami, Florida
The personal representatives of the 33130Phone: 379-2861, and 'file the
estate are EDMUND I. ELGART and original Answer or Pleading in the
JEFFERSON NATIONAL BANK OF office of the Clerk of the Circuit
MIAMI BEACH, whose address is 180 Court on or before the 2Tth day of
Birch Rd., Ing Meadow, Mass., and February, 1976. IX you fail to do so
301 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach, judgment by default will be taken
The name and address of the personal against you for the relief demanded
representative's attorney are set forth In the Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
below, rlage.
All persons having claims or de- This Notice shall be published once
mands against the estate are requir- each week for four (4) consecutive
ed, WITHIN THREE MONTHS weeks In the Jewish Florldian
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST DONE AND ORDERED, at Miami
PUBLICATION. OF THIS NOTICE. Dade County, Florida, this 2tth day
to file with the clerk of the above of Jan., 1976.
court
claim
a written statement of any
or demand they may have.
183rd Street, Miami, Florida intends Bach claim must be In writing and
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
TRACY LO ENTERPRISES. INC.
By STEPHEN H. CYPEN,
Assistant Secretary
CYPEN & NEVINS
Attorneys for TRACY LO
ENTERPRISES. INC.
825 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33140
1/28-30 2/6-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
must indicate the basis for the claim,
the name and address of the creditor
or his agent or attorney, and the
amount claimed. If the claim Is not
yet due. the date when It will become
due shall be stated. If the claim is
secured, the security shall be describ-
ed. The claimant shall deliver suffi-
cient copies of the claim to the clerk
to enable the clerk to mail <>ne copy
to each personal representative.
All persons interested in the estate
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: G. FREDERICK
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
1/23-30
2/6-1*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlns to engage
In business under the fictitious name
to whom a copy of this Notice of id^ wORK^TntfhvaTTnwai* Ti&R **
ministration has been mailed are re- 2ft- % ,^Tn?H^ATt,^A^ 'N| ,Rt
quired. WITHIN THREE MONTHS ,,.12,T,errac<\Ft" '-fuderdale
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST ,3Z lnU"'ls to register said
the undersigned, desiring to engage PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE n.nme ,",ecll'rl! "f lne Circuit
in business under the fictitious name to file any objections they may have t-ourt of L)a ey may have
of NECKS APPEAL at 8969 B.W. 69th that challenges the validity of the
Court, Miami, Florida 38156 Intends to decedent's will, the qualifications of
register said name with the Clerk of the personal representative or the
the Circuit Court of Dade County, venue or Jurisdiction of the court.
Florida.
LINDA BARON
KoMMEL. ROGERS, LORBER
& SHENKMAN
Attorneys for Linda Baron
420 Lincoln Road, Suite Km
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
1/16-23-30
2/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW
"NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of KNOTS 'n POTS at 1080 N.W. 153rd
Street, Miami 38169 Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
JOAN SINGER
1/23-89 2/6-18
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS, AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED,,
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: Jan, 30,
1!'76.
EDMUND I. ELGART
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of SAUL ELGART
JEFFERSON NATIONAL BANK OF
MIAMI BEACH
By STUART J. MILLER
Trust Officer
ATTORNEYS FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
TRAGER AND SCHWARTZ
301 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach Florida 33140
Phone: 531-6727
1/30 2/6
J. H. G., Ino
A Fla. Corp.
Jeffrey H. Greene, President
LEVINE. RECKSON ft REED
Attorneys for applicant
1/23-30 2/6-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of KING'S DELI at 1580 Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach 33189, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
PIPO, INC.
A Fla. Corp.
By TOMAS DA TORRE JR. President
HENlTY NORTON
Attorney for Applicant
1201 Biscayne Bldg.
Miami 38130
1/23-30 2/6-18
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
ICE CF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NO PROPERTY)
IN 'HE C't^CUir COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH J.L DIC' AL .Cl RCU IT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-1120
GENERAL JURISDICTION D.VISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
iRRIAGE I IF
N .-. WALL,
and
< AROL 1 WALL,
IN THE CHCUIT-COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA
FILE NUMBER 75-**92f\
IN I t. s : vi i. vm
m p REINOSO,

NOTIFIED
Vul' ARE HEREBY
that (hi administration of the estate
, |,;;. \c]c D REINOSI '. dec< I "I.
tloner, whose address is 407 Lincoln
I. ..I Suite 7-K. Miami Beach, Flor-
ida 18139, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court on
or before February 18, 1976; otherwise
a default will he entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
eaoh week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
mi (1 court at Miami, Florida on this
13th day of January. 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By L SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Howard R. Hirsch Esq.
407 Lincoln Road, Suite 7-K
Miami Beach. Fla. 33139.
Tel. No. 532-5444
Attorney for Petitioner
1/16-23-30 2/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LA*
NOTICE IS HEREBY GD7EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of A. G. OSTER & ASSOCIATES at
14930 S. Spur Drive, Miami, 33161 In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ALLEN G. OSTER
1/16-23-30 2/6
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTON NO. 76-2705
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
- ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
VIRGINIA FREYRE,
Petitioner,
and
RAVI. FREYRE.
Respondent
TO: RAUL FREYRE
61 Green Street
Jamaica fiaina, Massachussetta
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action tor Dissolution of Mar.
rlage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any to i't on
ABE KOBB, attorney for Petitioner,
who*- address la 101 N.W. 12th Ave-
nue, Miami. Florida, and file the orig-
inal with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before March 5th, 197:
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
,17th day of January, 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By S. JAFFE
, Ah DeW"ty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ABE KOSS
101 N.W. 12th Avenue
Miami, Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
1/80 2/6-13-20
la, .
the attorney for the perso..
.-. ntative are set forth below
Ail persons having
mands
ed, tt
F
P..
file with the clerk
nal repte-
claims or de-
lorovim iintiiih ,,,,o < *.*,
a.iin.-t the estate are requir-
ed, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
of the court
a written statement of any claim or
demand they may have. Each claim
must be in writing and must Indicate
the basis for the claim, the name and
address of the creditor or his agent or
attorney, and the amount claimed. If
the claim is not fit due. the date
when it will become due shall be stat-
ed, if the claim is contingent or un-
liquidated the nature of the uncer-
tainty shall be stated. If the claim is
secured, the security shall he describ-
ed. The claimant shall deliver suffi-
cient copies of the claim to the clerk
to enable the clerk to mall one copy
to each personal representative.
All persons interested in the estate
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
to file any objections they may have
that challenges the validity of the de-
cedenfs will, the qualifications of the
personal representative, or the venue
or jurisdiction of the court.
ORLANDO HERNANDEZ
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of IGNACIO D. REINOSO,
1 leceased.
FRANK I.IN D. KREUTZER, ESQ.
3041 N.W. 7th StreetSuite 100
.Miami, Florida 33125
541-2505
ATTORNEY FOR
PBRSI 'NAL REPRESENTATIVE
First published on: Jan. 30. 1976.
1/30 2/#
NOTICE OFACT10N
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 7-2905
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE: THE MARRIAGE OF
LUIS 14. VARELA,
Petitioner/Husband,
and
MARIA I. VARELA,
Respondent/Wife.
TO: MARIA 1. VARELA
Pedro Valdivla No. 1828
Apto. 202
Santiago, Chile. S.A.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has bee,, filed against you* and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, If any. to it on
EDUAKDO ANTON, attorney for Pe-
litioner whose address is acitu-i
ANTON ft PINEIRO 1647 8"W 2^ h AvXmSU&SS?
above stvied court on or before March
,lilV olh,eT'"* default will be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in the Complaint or petition.
Tins notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
iV','n^..''K.VV1S^ "'-< H.DIAN.S
WITNESS my hand .and the seal of
said court at .Miami, Florida on this.
28th day of January, 17.,*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
PROBATE NO. 75-8010
IN RE: ESTATE OF
HELEN HERGLASS.
j leceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
To ALL PERSONS HAVING CI^VIMS
OR DEMANDS AOAINST THE
ABOVE ESTATE AND AL I. OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN
sail ESTATE:
YOU ARE 1IERERY NOTIFIED
thai the administration of the estate
of HELEN BERGLASS deceased, File
Number 76-8010 is pending in the Cir-
cuit Court for Dade County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which
Is Dade County Courthouse. Miami.
Florida 33130. The personal represen-
tative of this estate is Milton Uer-
glass, whose address is 615 West 29tb
Street Miami Beach. Florida 33140.
riie name and address of the attorney
for the personal representative are set
forth below.
All persons having claims or de-
mands against the estate are requlr-
lSjx.A^(SeSn5 TH, ,',1!-' THE DATK OF THE FIRST
PL-BLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file with the clerk of the court
a written statement of any claim or
demand they may have. Each claim
must be in writing and must indicate
he basis for the claim, the name and
address of the creditor or his agent or
attorney, and the amotmt claimed. It
tne claim is not yet due. the date
when it will become due shall e Zt-
fio,...L, ? cl2lm ls contingent or un-
quidated the nature of the uncer-
?'?'' >e security shall be describ-
ed-, the claimant shall deliver euffi-
^<-lL to fr ble the clerk to aiI ne copy
to each personal representative.
# fcPerson,J ,nt-etd In the estate
mhSToT.,41 ''wPy Ihis NoUc ot Ad-
minis ration has been mailed are re-
W JSSV, T,,RKK MONTHS
Pm.r.TiDATE OP THE FmsT
Pn .RATION OF THIS NOTICE.
thu, .eka."y obJe<-tlonH they may haye
that challenges the validity of the de-
den.s wi|| tn quaItflt.ay on8
orXB.su,sirs7 'tiT^ uVhe v'nue
BE ORE\ ER BARKED.
M 3A) BENNETT, ESQUTRE
Will w "!'' ('?nc"ur*e. Suite 201
t I larbnl Islar>ds, Florida 33154
Telephone 865-98J1
MILTON BERGLASS
As Personal Representative of the
Estate 'f Helen Berglass. deceased
iZmTvn?" n tfcl8 30,h day of
1/30 2/6
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By C. P. COPELAND
,. A" DePuty Clerk
(Circuit Court 8eal)
Eduardo Anton, Esq.
AOirpo ANTON & PINEIRO
1647 S.W. 27th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33145 Ph. No. 854-2643
Attorneys for Petitioner
1/80 2/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
-J;!?,7IT,ous name i-Aw
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
!J nlne,?",,,,nder the f'tltlous name
2( S?R,aE GREENE ORCHESTRA
at 1950 N.E. 169 Street, North Miami
Beach, Fla. 83162 Intends to register
Mid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
GEOHGE QREENBERG
1/16-23-10 2/6
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February 6, 1976
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Page 15-A
ideast Clouds Rabin's Visit
Continued from Page 1-A
spartment officials in Wash-
ton were surprised that the
Iministration's aid cut plans
jre leaked at a time when the
Administration is taking pains
develop a comfortable at-
mosphere for Rabin's visit.
[Officials here believe Wash-
ton's main concern is to get
ough 1976 without a new
iddle East war. The U.S.,
jrefore. wants "momentum"
negotiations because it be-
\es that stagnation can only
lai to war.
One of the conundrums that
ibin had to solve in his talks
Jith President Ford and Secre-
cy of State Henry A. Kissin-
i: was how to generate mo-
mentum in a situation that has
bulged substantially since the
bcind Israeli-Egyptian interim
::ord was signed last Septem-
Gf FICIALS here see no
lance of interim talks with
ma since that country con-
lues to pursue a hard line
rhich so far has advanced
resident Hafez Assad's political
Stature in the Arab world as
Champion of t he Palestinian
cause. I
t-Although implementation ofi
the Sinai accord with Egypt is
proceeding smoothly, there is:
no question of initiating a j
further step-by-step process
tfi'h Cairo. The U.S. and Israel;
in fact agreed in their Septem-1
ber Memorandum that the next -
ttage cf negotiations with Egypt
inu.st be for a final peace set-
tlement.
This leaves Jordan as the only
front where a negotiating "mo-
jnentum" might be developed.
Officials here have shown a
renewed interest of late in "the
Jordanian option" and say the
U.S. is also interested in ex-
ploring the possibility that Jor-
dan can reinstate itself as a
negotiating partner on behalf
Of the West Bank Arabs.
est ideas for informal talks be-
tween Israel and Jordan with
the participation of non-PLO
Wsst Bank leaders. According
to Allon, U.S. officials seemed
interested in his ideas.
What remained unclear and
indeed doubtful was whether
Rabin could make an attrac-
tive and authoritative proposal
to the American for transmis-
sion to Amman that might in-
duce Hussein to risk the anger
of Arab hardliners in the hope
of regaining part of the West
Bank in an interim setlement.
RABIN, however, would also
be taking a political risk at
lea^t equal to Hussein's. Israeli
proposals invol' in withdrawal
from any part of the West Bank
are certain to ceate a furore
in Rabin's coalition government
and possiblv lead to its down-
fall
Theoretically, the govern-
ment has the right to negotiate
with Jordan, but it is obliged
to call for a national referen-
dum before it can actually sign
a West Bank settlement.
Many observers here believe
the Rabin government is too
weak to negotiate with Hussein.
Some say Ford and Kissinger
are aware of the Premier's in-
ternal difficulties and would
not press him for any defini-
tive proposals on Jordan at this
time but would seek instead a
broad, general statement of Is-
rael's willingness to consider
interim talks with Jordan.
IT IS unclear, however, how
such a general statement would
generate the negotiating mo-
mentum desired by Washing-
ton. Another option is the Ge-
neva conference.
In a speech to the United ,
Israel Appeal-Keren Hayesod j
mission here, the Premier call- |
ed for reconvening the Geneva
talks under the terms of re-!
ference of the original letter
of im itation of December. 1973.
He was expected to reiterate
this in his public appearances
in the U.S.
But with Syria insisting on
PLO participation at Geneva
from the outset and Jordan in-
sisting at least publicly
that it does not speak for the
Palestinians, it is difficult to
see how the conference could
be reconvened.
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The U.S., as is well known
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Some officials here, however,
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Miami, Florida Friday, February 6, 1976
Section R
At a Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund gathering last week for resi-
dents of Harbour House North and South
and Carlton Terrace, Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation vice president Norman H.
Lipcff (left) spoke to the Bal Harbour res-
idents about the importance of their par-
ticipation in the 1976 campaign. Among
the guests were (from left) past Harbour
House-Carlton Terrace chairman Gertrude
Sondak; current chairman Irwin Adelman;
host fm the event Sol Taplin; and honor-
ary chairman Ellison Kosoff.
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Harbour House-Carlton Terrace
Schedule Annual CJA-IEF Breakfast
One of the largest annual
events in Miami Beach for the
Combined Jewish Anpeal-Israel
Emergency Fund will take place
on Sunday. Feb. 15: the annual
breakfast for residents of Har-
bour House North and South
and Carlton TeTac.
L. Jules Arkin, 1976 CJA-IEF
chairman, has announced that
J-w:n Adjl-"an is chairman of
the Harbour House-Carlton Ter-
rac- Division.
Adelman is assisted bv hon-
orary chairman Ellison Kosoff,
snecial gifts chairman Irving
N^rrv (also a national UJA
chai-m-'n for 1976), and im-
medht nqst chairman Gertrude
.con<;<''. Sam Abramson is head-
!nq the residents of Carlton
TVrrace in the coordinated ef-
fort.
The breakfast will be held at
the Harbour House restaurant.
Intensive efforts by the chair-
men and their committees are
under way to make the 1976
campaign the most successful
e'-er snonsored by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation in the
three maior Bal Harbour high-
rise buildings.
Ocean Pavilion's Night for Israel
Honoring Washingtonians
PnHns ^m^rica's Bicenten-
nial celebration the residents at
Ocean Pavilion in Miami Beach
will pay special tribute to resi-
dents who come from the na-
tion's cinita! at a "Night for
Israel" '"""ting on Sunday. Feb.
15. at 7:30 p.m. in the Ocean
Pavilion Card Room.
Ocean Pavilion Israel B-mHs
Committee chairman Silvia
Drosnes and honorary chairman
Jav Trillins observed that "This
r-'faht for Israel is a special time
for the members of our apart-
ment building. We are calling
on thes? de^cited men and
wmen to hlp us give Israel a
Bicentennial celebration in 173
'ears bv pledging life-saving,
]if ..oj.rinq commitments to State
of Israel Bonds."
Among those who will re-
five the Israel Solidarity
Awrd for their sunport of Is-
rael's people are Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Berman. Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Freedman, Mr. and Mrs.
rwqr Gildenhorn. Mr. and Mrs.
Ellis Kossow, Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Landau, Dr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Perau, Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Singer. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Stempler and Mr. and Mrs. Al
Tcmpchin.
Special guest for the evening
is entertainer Mickey Freeman,
who will describe this year's
Israel Bonds theme: energy for
Israel.
GMJF Cuban-Hebrew Division
Schedules 'Baile de la Independencia'
Dr. George Feldenkreis of
North Miami, chairman of the
Cuban-Hebrew Division of the
for Feb. 28.
Th eala event will begin at
the Konover Hotel at 8 p.m.
More than 1,200 Cuban-Hebrew
families living in the Miami
area will be invited to partici-
pate. Enthusiasm is high among
the large group, which cele-
brates Israel's independence
each year with tremendous par-
ticipation in the Federation's
vital campaign.
Rabbi Schiff to Speak At tj
New Horizons CJA-IEF Meeting
Greater Miami Jewish Federation highrise chairman Ted
Baumrittcr (left) joined residents of Miami Beach's Sea-
coast Towers East in honoring William Einhorn (2nd
from right) for his service to the Jewish people through
the Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund.
Einhorn, Seacoast East's general CJA-IEF chairman for
1976, received the sculpture "Moses the Lawgiver" from
cochairman Joseph Cohen (2nd from left) and initial
gifts cochairman Herbert J. Altheimer (right).
Submitting overall reports on their area's activities in
the 1976 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund conducted by the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Women's Division activities were (from left)
South Dade campaign coordinator Mrs. David Schaecter;
Miami Beach area chairman Mrs. Richard Levy; divi-
sion campaign vice president Mrs. Sol Goldstein; North
Dade campaign coordinator Mrs. Kenneth Schwartz;
and South Dade campaign coordinator Mrs. Morris Fu-
ternick.
The first meeting of residents of Miami Beach's Berk-
shire House and Stuart House brought together 1976
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund lead-
ers (from left) the buildings' general chairman Charles
Meyer; cochairman Dr. Louis L. Weiss; guest speaker
Professor Seymour Liebman; Mrs. Weiss; and general
Bay Harbour chairman Stanley G. Tate. A recent gath-
ering at Berkshire House inspired excellent participa-
tion in the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's campaign
effort.
Dr. Joseph Narot
Garth C. Reeves
Dr. Manolo Reyes
^ NCCJ Dinner February 26
Honoring Three Miamians
Chairman William Schlamo-
witz has announced that resi-l
dents of New Horizons in North
Miami Beach will gather on
Thursday, Feb. 12, on behalf of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's 1976 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Fed-
eration's director of chaplaincy
and executive vice president of
the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, will speak, ac-
cording to Schlamowitz, who is
being assisted by cochairmen
Victor Siegel and Carl Beck.
Honored for their many years
of service to Israel and the Jew-
ish community will be Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Waltzman of New
Horizons.
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Three community leaders will
be honored at the 24th annual
National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews Brotherhood
Dinner at the Fontainebleau
Hotel on Feb. 26. The three,
who will receive the NCCJ Sil-
ver Medallion of Brotherhood
Award, are: Garth C. Reeves,
Sr., editor and publisher of
"The Miami Times"; Dr. Joseph
Narot. sniritual leader of Tem-
ple Israel of Greater Miami;
Dr. Manolo Reyes. WTVJ-TV
Ch. 4 Latin news director.
The announcement was made
by Frank E. Mackle, Jr.. and
awards chairperr-on Ellen W.
McDonnell. The dinner is the
principal source of revenue for
Florida NCCJ activities.
GEORGE FELDENKREIS
Sreater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, has announced that the di-
vision's annual "Baile de la
lidependencia" the dinner
nee held on behalf of the
|76 Combined Jewish Appeal-
pel Emergency Fund is set
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David Pinski Culture Club j
Gordon Addresses Ner Tamid Men
The Oneg Shabbos of the
David Pinski Club this evening
at 7:30 at the Ida Fisher School
Cafeteria will feature L. Lasa-
vin, author and correspondent
of the "Jewish Daily Forward.'*
His topic is "Jews During the
Ciyil War,"______________*
Hilda Zucker, folksinger, will
present a group of Yiddish and
Hebrew songs; Fishl Nashkin
will read selections from Yid-
dish literature, and Paul Yanov-
sky will play traditional mel-
odies on the mandolin, *\
On Sunday, Feb. 8, at 9:30
a.m. in the Sklar Auditorium of
Temple Ner Tamid the Men's
Club will have as their guest at
their monthly breakfast meet-
ing Florida State Senator Jack
Gordon.
Senator Gordon has served
as chairman of the Miami Beach
Housing Authority and of the
Miami Beach Tourist Develop-
president of the Washington
ment Authority. He has been
Federal Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation since its founding and
is a recognized authority on
housing finance.
Chairman of the event is D.
Jerry Sail, president of the
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B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge
No. 1024, the oldest B'nai B'rith
organization in South Florida,
will celebrate its 50th anniver-
sary on Saturday evening, Feb.
21, with a gala dinner dance at
the Fontainebleau Hotel. The
lodge was chartered on Jan. 19,
1926.
General chairman Harry S.
Schwartz said the event will pay
tribute to all charter members,
living and deceased, past presi-
dents and officers of Sholem
Lodge for their manv years of
service to the community and to
B'nai B'rith.
Among those who were ac-
tive in the formation and de-
velopment of Sholem Lodge
were Pincus Scheinberg, who
vis its first president, Harry
Simonhoff, Dr. Samuel Arono-
vitz, Samuel Schindler, Jack
Apte. William Friedman, Isaac
Levin, Sol Goldstrom, Rudv
Adlflr, J. Louis Shochet and
W. L. Williams.
Charter members included
Scheinberfi H. Magid, Dr. Max
Chertl-r, L. Wolfson, B. Axel-
read, Dr. G. J. Rosenthal, Jake
Frown, Louis Natrrnn, A. R.
Chananie. Simonhoff, Joseph
Ulmer, Isadore Cohen, David
Ante, William Ante. David Le-
taw, Jules Pearlman, A. S.
Zucker, M. Scheinberg, Samuel
Fijveratein. Shochet and Rabbi
Max Shapiro.
Sholem Lodge presidents who
followed Scheinberg were Dr.
Aronovitz. Levin, Williams,
Nathan Adelman, Elry Stone,
E. Albert Pallot. J. Aaron Ab-
bott. Abe Aronovitz. Rnrpott
Roth, Louis Heiman. Judge Mil-
ton A. Friedman. Harold Turk,
John Kronenfcld, Judge Sam
Silver, Marx Faber. Sidney M.
Aronovitz. Jerome H. Weinkle,
Judg- William L. Pallot, Ed-
w=>t> S. Roth. Marvin Rauzin
and Joseph Rayvis.
Also, Stanley Caiden. Harry
S. Schwartz, Robert J. Lewison,
Col. Sidney H. Palmer, Judge
Edward S. Klein, Eli Hurwitz,
A. David Rayvis, Sanford M.
Swerdlin, Marvin Pearlman,
Milton K Hahn, Claude L.
Eichel, Melvin J. Hiber, Rich-
ard C. Schulman, I tonald A.
Shapo, David I. Tow, Jere Chait,
Reuben Sorkin, Sidney Wellman
and Ken Hoffman.
Many members of Sholem
Lodge have been well-known
public figures such as Abe
Aronovitz, Miami's first Jewish
mayor; Burnett Roth, former
vice rnavor of Miami Beach;
Harold Turk, former mayor of
Miami Beach; Sam Silver, Cir-
cuit Court justice; William Pal-
lot, former Miami city attorney;
Milton A. Friedman. Circuit
Court; Albert I) ibbin, Muncipal
Court; Sidney Segall. County
Court; Edward Klein. Circuit
Court; Raymond Nathan. Dis-
t ict Court of Appeals; and
Richard Gerstein, Dade County
state attorney.
Hiss Teaching Yiddish
At Arlath Yeshurun
Philip Eiss, formerly of Flat-
bush. N.Y.. has joined the stiff
of Tempii Adath Yeshurun's
Adult Education Program for
tha second semester. Eiss, who
.will teach Yiddish, is a teacher
jri the HiUel Cwunity Day
School.
Eiss is a graduate of .Long
Mind University and holds a
.Waster's degree from CUNY.
He took his religious education
at Mesivta Teridas Israel, is a
graduate of .^ejiliah Teachers
Institute and holds a principal's
license in Hebrew education.
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Ken Hoffman (center), president of B'nai B'rith Sholem
Lodge, congratulates Harry S. Schwartz (left) on his ap-
pointment as general chairman of the gala dinner dance
celebrating the 50th anniversary of Sholem Lodge, which
will be held at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Saturday
evening, Feb. 21. Also pictured is Andrew Tibor, presi-
dent-elect of Sholem Lodge, the oldest B'nai B'rith or-
ganization in Florida.
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HISTADRUT ECONOMIC CONFERENCE FOR ISRAEL
Conference Awards Banquet
Presentation of the
Forty Million Dollar Award
to
His Excellency Simcha Dinitz
Ambassador of Israel to the United States
Wednesday, February Wife, 6:30 P.M.
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nnual Histadrut Eco-
tference for Israel.,
nt was made
I on Kronish, IHF na-
I cha
nts in the economic
Inosii m include Ze'ev Sher,
. 'ic minister to
d States; Judge Her-
laoiro, Miami Beach
b ind a member of the
| 1 IHF board of directors;
Sol Stein, IHF nation-
Iresident.
her, who travels throughout
\h America on behalf of the
:)i ..' ertlmenf, will discuss
Economic Crisis." A
I lent, "Planning
Ion urine % a s," will
3 id by Judge Shapiro,
ipic is "Estate Planning
Jkewcomers to Florida," and
Stein, who will discuss "Fi-
lial Planning."
Histadmt Economic Con-
ice for Israel, marking the
idrut Fcindation's S40 mil-
d Feb.
1 includ-
. ibor Zion-
from
' Canada.
ii :"o. p
i ommittee
for I of the La-
Zionist Alliance, will key-
MAX OROV1TZ
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salute to Is-; ;1 with i
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tenor who ited
from the Soviel U ion.
closing i, V
i i ill honor
Simcha DinitZ, Israel's ambas-
lor to the United States who
will re ive the Histadi ut Foun-
dation's Forty Million Dollar
Award.
All conference events are
free, except for the Wednesday
dinner, but advance reserva-
tions must be made bv contact-
ing the Miami Beach Histadrut
office.
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sidents gathered for the most
dining Seminars lor the Grei
. iteration were (from left) Fred Hirs<
president of B'nai B'rith Simcha Lodge; Sylvia Klein.
president of B'nai B'rith Torah Lou. tlph Blank,
vice chairrmm of Aventurt
shon of Aventura's El Dorado; and Lil Aaron of Ai
turn's Ensenada.
DAVID FLEEMAN
bovtiz and Fleeman* Named
Direct HUC-JIR Centennial
vo prominent Southern Flor-
as, both leadVM in the Re-
movement in Judaism,
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have been'named1 to direct the
Centennial observance program
in PIMtda for the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish' Institute of Re-
ligion.
Max OroTitz, business execu-
tive; attorney and philanthrop-
ist, will be chairman for activ-
ities for the entire' state, and
Davki B. -Fleeman, also a philan-
thropist and head of Fleeman
Builders, will be in charge of |
events in Southern Florida. |
Both are residents of Miami
Beach and members of Temple
Israel-of Greater Miami.
The programs that Orovitz
and Fleeman will direct include
a major series of events on Sun-
day, March 7, when a dinner
and convocation will be held in
Miami and Miami Beach.
Various programs throughout
the year, already under way,
will draw to this area promi-
nent scholars in a wide variety
of disciplines who will present
topics vital not only to the Jew-
ish community "but to the com-
. munity at large.
Israeli to Discuss Aliyah
At Chug Meeting
The South Florida Chug meet-
ing this month will feature a
presentation by Israeli scholar-
Al on Rd.. a' 7:15 m.
member of Kibfuif 'Kfar Blum |
who is in the U.S. as part of a
program singling out OUtStand- ;
ing Israelis. Gelb's tonic will be
"Israel and Aliyah in the Bi-
innial Year."
The muulllllg w;U be held in
Shaliach Eliezer Kroll's Miami
h home on c' Feh.
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American Friends of Hebrew U.
Reelects Messing as Chairman
Morris M. Messing, Palm
Beach industrialist and philan-
thropist, has been reelected
Florida state chairman of the
American Friends of the He-
brew University. Announcement
of his reelection was made by
Dr. Max M. Kampelman of
Washington. D.C., national
president of the organization.
Messing and his wife, Sylvia,
recently contributed a building
in the School of Education on
the Mount Scopus Campus of
Hebrew University, and it was
named in their honor at cere-
monies in Jerusalem last sum-
mer.
Messing, who has also been
elected to the international
board of governors of Hebrew
University, is former chairman
of the board of the United Hos-
pitals of Newark (N.J.). He
received an honorary doctorate
from Bloomfield College in New
Jersey, and is the recipient of
the America Friends' Torch of
Learning Award.
Messina is coordinating ac-
tivities throughout Florida in
conjunction with the National
Founders Dinner and Academic
Conference of the American
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity, scheduled for Feb. 21 and
22 at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Messing also works with Al-
bert ,'A. Dorner, Southeastern
regional director of the organ-
ization, in coordinating pro-
grams and campaigns for the
Greater Miami, Hollywood-Hal-
landale and Palm Beach chap-
ters of the American Friends.
Gerald Nafhaiwon (left), president of Jefferson Stores,
and William S. Ruben (right), president of Jordan Marsh
of Florida, met recently to plan the annual Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund effort by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation's Mercantile Division.
Na'hanson will be chairman of the 1976 annual Mer-
cantile Dinner, and Ruben is the division's coordinator.
Sen. Lawton Chiles (D-Fla.)
received the Bronze Medal-
lion Award from the Amer-
ican Mizrachi Women in
Miami Beach last Sunday
night. Chiles was also the
featured speaker at Sun-
day's Golden Jubilee Ban-
quet of the Florida Coun-
cil, American Mizrachi
Women. The Senator re-
turned to Washington on
Monday morning.
HISTADRUT ECONOMIC CONFERENCE FOR ISRAEL
Economic Symposium & Continental Breakfast
Tuesday, Feb. 17th, 10 AM. Fontainebleau Hotel
1. "Israel's Economic Crisis" Hon. Ze'ev Shor
Israel's Economic Minister to the United States
2. "Manning For Our Maturing Years"
a. "Estate Planning For Newcomers fo Florida"Judge Herbert S. Shapiro
b. "Financial Planning"Dr. Sol Stein
HON. ZE'EV SHER
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Eden Roc Hotel on Sunday,
February 29, honoring all
past masters of the Lodge.
Presentations will be made
to Murray Rubin, past mas-
ter for 1975. The evening,
arranged by William Schu-
sel and Jack Wolfenson, co-
chairmen, will include din-
ner and a show featuring
George Stone and Miss
Mimi Sloan.
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J Belloiv to Receive Agnon Award
At American Friends Dinner
Saul Bellow, recipient of the
National Book Award for fic-
tion in 1951, 1964 and 1971 and
author of the current best-seller
Humboldt's Gift," will receive
the S. Y. Agnon Gold M-dal
Award from the American
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity at the organization's Na-
tional Founders Dinner ani
Academic Conference, sched-
uled fo- F"b. '1 n1 22 at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
Acceptance by Bellow of the
award was announced by Am-
bassador Avraham Harm-m.
president of the Hebrew Uni-
versity of Jerusalem, who visit-
ed Sou*h Honda recently to
hel" nlan th? conference, and
Howard R .ccharlin, general
chairman of the two-dav con-
clave.
Bellow was born in Lachin-.
Quebec, in 1915. and was raised
in Chjrv e''. He attended the
Universitv of Chicago and rp-
c ived his H^^'^olo^'s deg"*fl
from Northwestern University
SAUL BELLOW
Chassidic Festival At
Landow Yeshiva Center
The Chassidic Music, Song
and Dance Festival sponsored
by the Landow Yeshiva Center-
Lubavitch Education Center
[will be held on Feb. 7 at the
Miami Beach Theatre of the
[Performing Arts.
Mordechai ben David, Can-
[tor Moshe Teleshevsky, and Ari
[Klein will appear together for
I the first time and introduce
lany original new songs.
Performing with them will be
the Chassidic orchestra and a
lirteen-member Chassidic band
conducted bv Chassidic com-
jser Multi Parness.
Another highlight of the nro-
[gram is the Chassidic dan**-
[groun. who have Performed
[their Kazatzkah and "Dance of
t*ie Resurrection" in Jerusalem
and New York. Their dance tra-
ditions have been handed down
for generations.
Harrv and JJ, a ventriloquist
act. will entertain, accompanied
h" t*ie Landow Yeshiva Center
Choir.
A Hendel Lieberman mural
deoictine the old Cheder, which
has been hanging in the Na-
tional Jewish Museum in New
York, will be presented to Mel-
"in S. Lwndnw. chairman of the
board of the Landow Yeshiva
Center.
Tickets for the event are
"ailable rt the Landow Yeshiva
Cnt~r, 1140 Alton Rd., Miami
Beach, or at the Theatre of the
Performing Arts box office.
Clinic Treats Children's
Allergies and Asthma
The outpatient clinic '--
leedy allergic youngsters at the
Vsthmatic Chil^'m's Fn>dt-
tion Residential Treatment Cen-
ter now has 59 children regis-
tered for treatment of allergies
and asthma.
They are referred to the
forth Miami Beach cl'nic bv
physicians, social o1*".....-
ganizations and public ag"nH*s
rn Dade, Broward and Pain
Jeach Counties.
Many of the ye*it*o*fc*$ *",'i
Received no medi'w>l ^" *-r
leir asthma, exc^t >n h-x^'tal
emergency rooms du in^ severe
Stacks.
In the Center's Ronnie Sue
fJo'lfi Outr.s)ti-nt Clinic, their
complete medical history is
t^ken. thv und"rgo phvsical
examinations, allergy testing
and treatment, and medication
is prescribed.
Th<* d'nic oDerates on Fri-
days from 9 a.m. to noon. Ac-
cordinR to Center Administrator
Ina Rep. R.N., few of these
children now need the trins to
hosnital emerency rooms that
were once routine for them.
The clinic is undr the aegis
of the Dhision of Pediatric Al-
lrov. Department of Pediatrics,
School of Medicine, University
of Miami.
Florida: a New Market For
Kosher French Bordeaux Wine
I Florida has become a major
^ltroducto'-v rei '* ng area in
ic U.r < > kosher French
lordea"- r'n*.
d Mo- ic WW~an, head of
axmr. Di cl-isi'-e d;st-ihutor of Kedem
>sher wines throughout Flor-
ida. mad f announcement
Ad said th->r Kedem's Bordeaux
perieur is available in most
the state's supermarkets and
liquor stores.
Kedem kosher wines wre
first made in Czechoslovakia by
Jonathan Herzog in 1848. Foi-r
Herzog brothers still make their
ancestor's award-winning pro-
ducts according to strict tradi-
tional concepts.
Kedem's milvon-gallon win-
ery at Milton. N.Y., produces
a broad line of white, nink and
red table wines, champagnes,
Hisert wines and other spe-
Jties. The company is also
in 1937.
Bellow received the Interna-
tional Literary Prize for "Her-
zog" in 1965, the first American
to be so honored. In January,
1968, the Republic of France-
awarded to him the Croix de
Chevalier des Arts et Lettres,
that nation's highest literary
distinction granted to non-
citizens. He has contributed fic-
t;on and criticism to many pe-
riodicals and literary quarter-
lies.
Bellow, who has taught at
Princeton. NYU and the Univer-
sitv nf Minnesota, is nrofessor
an I ch'rm'n of the Committee
on Social Thought at the Uni-
\v*gitv of Chicago. He received J
fcnnorarv Doctor of L'terature
deg-ees from Bard Collee^ and
Northwestern in 1962, and from
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The newly organized Dade
County Council of the Jewish
War Veterans will meet on Mon-
day, Feb. 9, at 8:30 p.m. at Post
Home of Abe Horrowitz No. 682
in North Miami Beach.
Acting county chairman Ain-
slee R. Ferdie, immediate past
national commander of the Jew-
ish War Veterans, will report on
current national activities.
Past department commander
Harold Uhr will report on the
expanded service programs con-
nected with veterans benefits.
Abe Eisenman, Ben Clein and
national evecutive commjttee-
man Bill Schoenfeld will report
on the World Convocation of
Jewish Veterans in Jerusalem,
Jan. 24-29.
Final arrangements for par-
ticipation in the annual Four
Chaplains program in Holly-
wood on Feb. 15 will be an-
nounced by special events chair-
man Alvin Rose.
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H5STADRUT ECONOMIC CONFERENCE FOR ISRAEL
INAUGURAL ASSEMBLY
Sunday, Feb. 15th, 7 PM.
Fontainebleau Hotel
Admission Free By Reservation Only
For Tickets, Call
Israel Histadrut Foundation
Tel. 531-8702
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% Roving Far and Wide

The Troubadours, Temple
Beth Am's traveling group of
teenage Bingers, have a busy
schedule this year that will take
them before audiences from Mi-
ami through central Florida.
Specializing in Israeli and
American folk music the stroll-
ir>'j Troubadours were enthu-
siastically received by partici-
pants at the Temple's Israel
Hands dinner in December.
The Troubadours were so
well received.there that the Is-
rael Bonds office hired them to
entertain at a similar dinner at
the Seacoast Towers East the
following Sunday.
They sang again for an Israel
Bonds affair at the Doral Coun-
try Club in mid-Januarv, and
have also performed at the na-
tional convention of the Pioneer
Women International.
The Troubadours are sched-
uled to sing Israeli folk music at
Tropical. Park for the Museum
of Science Fair at 2:45 p.m. on
Sunday, Feb. 8.
On Thursday. Feb. 26, the
Troubadours will entertain the
audience at one of Miami's of-
ficial Bicentennial celebrations.
They will sing at the Historical
Museum at Vizcaya at 7:30 p.m.
and will appear later on Chan-
nel 6.
Traveling north, the Trouba-
dours' engagements will take
them to Ormond Beach and Or-
lando. The Ormond Beach trip
will be 8 sentimental journey to
a small Reform congregation
led by a former Beth Am As-
sistant Rabbi, Barry Altman.
Thev will again sing at an Is-
rael Bonds dinner.
The trio to Orlando will be-
a return engagement at Disney
World the group has been
invited for the entire Memorial
Dav weekend.
Temple Menorah
Honors Students
Students of Temple Meno-
rah's Schools whose names have
been submitted to the Rabbi's
Honor Roll will be honored on
Saturday, Feb. 14,. at 10 a.m.
Honored students and their
parents will break break with
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz and'
participate in an award cere-
mony following services.
This is the first in a series of
events sponsored by Parents of
Menorah.
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hidden in this puzzle. The aaroes arp pieacd horiaoBial-
ly, vertically, diagonally, frontward nieV backward. How
many can you find? Answers are on page 13-B.
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Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy
since its founding in 1948,
returned Wednesday from
a visit to Houston, where
he- was invited to aid that
city's development and ex-
pansion of the Houston He-
brew Academy. He has
also assisted in the devel-
opment of several other
Hebrew day schools in the
South.
'Miami Beach
~ Hadassah
Kadimah Group will sponsor
an Oneg Shabbat at the Surf-
side home of Mrs. Joseph
Froehlich on Saturday, Feb. 14,
at 1 p.m. Mrs. Leona Meisel,
president, will review "The
Life of Marc Chagali."
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Ben-Gurion Group will hold
a general meeting on Monday,
Feb. 16, at 12:30 p.m. in the
Galahad Dade B Building. "Hope
Is My House" will be reviewed.
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Natanya Group will hold a
general meeting on Tuesday,,
Feb. 17, at 12:30 p.m. in Wins-1
ton Towers 200. Program: Fay-
go and Harry Handler, folk
.daucers.
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Plaza 800 Group will hold a
youth activities card party on'
Feb. 17 at 12:30 p.m. in the
Social Hall at 800 West Ave.
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Royal Maccabees Group will
hold a meeting on Wednesday,
Feb. IS, at 12:30 p.m. in the
Hadassah Office on Lincoln Rd.
Brunch will be served. Speak-
er is chapter president Jean
Fcioberg.
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Louis D. Brandeis Group will
hold their annual Eye Bank
luncheon on Feb. 16 at noon at
the Fontainebleau Hotel. The
program is by Fred Zuker and
Danny Leslie. Chairperson is
Mrs- Max Siegal, president is
Mrs. William Saffir.
Political Forum
AtBethMoshe
Beth Moshe Congregation will
host an open forum on "Should
Synagogues Sunport Political
Candidates?" this evening at 8.
Communal leaders will partici-
pate.
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Page 7-B
Temple Israel and Temple Israel South
Introducing New Reform Prayerbook
Jackson, Shapp in Town Hall Series
er, The introduction of the new
is- Hetorni Jewish prayetbook will
take place this evening at 8 at
Temple Israel of Greater Miami,
where Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
t. will lead worship services and
preach on the significance of
the new book. The-services will
be hrnnH^qgt 0"*t WTIvH-FM.
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Revision of the traditional
Reform prayerbook took 14
years, and Rabbi Narot was
amon^ the rabbis of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis
involved in the nroiect, at one
time as chairman of the com>
mittee.
"Gatws of Prayer" is tHe re-
ZOA President's Gratitude
Bumpered with Disappointment
Dr. Joseph P. Sternstein,
* ient of the Zionist Organ-
suit which has been praised by
many outside the Reform move-
ment, among them Rabbi Robert
Gordis, a leader of Conserva-
tive Judaism.
These will be a similar event
at Temple Israel South's wor-
ship services at Sunset Congre-
gational Church, during which
Rabbi Robert Orkand's sermon
will discuss "Creativity in Wor-
ship" in connection with the
new nraverbook.
Sen. Henry M. Jackson and
Gov. Milton Shapp, candidates
in Florida's March Presidential
Primary, will participate in the
Town Hall Series .sponsored by
the Jewish Community Centers
of South Florida.
Sun. Jackson will speak on
Sunday, Feb. 15, at 8 p.m., while
Gov. Shapp is scheduled for
Thursday, Feb. 19, at 8 p.m.
The programs, which are free
and open to the nublic, are held
at Temple Israel of Greater Mi-
ami.
The series, presented by
JCC's nublic affairs committee,
is intended to provide political
leaders from both parties with
an opportunity to discuss key
issues in the 1976 campaign
and to give the community the
chance to ask questions and
enter into a dialogue with the
campaigners.
Sky Lake Sisterhood
Sky Lake Synagogue Sister-
hood will present a show and
sale of authentic Indian jewelry
and art at the North Miami
Beach syntignguc on Tuesday.
Feb. 10. at 1 p.m. Margo Plat
nick is chairperson.
i m of America, tempered
expression o! gratification
the recent U.S. veto in the
Set Council with an ex-
pn : n of "disappointment and
reg thi ~'anatory re-
nte ; i > 3. Ambassa-
dor !'. y -:'-an to the
UV and the State Department
Hie explanation that the
olution would have blocked
urer and tested way to a
n favor of one that
ild not have worked' is dis-
; said Dr St< rnstein, "in
r it i ,: es no r ttion of the
fac Ii% v re: ilution
1 to ': e Arbs
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the di iblish
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the
the
i ation to d smonstrate
In-handedness "and this, cou-
pled with the unprecedented ,
budget-making practice of an-
nouncing now that it will cut ,
aid to Israel in 1977, makes us
see this as an attempt to ap-
pease the Arabs for the U.S.
veto," he said.
"It is all clearly designed to
pressure Israel to make further
unilateral concessions," said Dr.
Sternstein.
Open School Week
At Beth Moshe
Temnle Beth Moshe's Open
School Week besjan on Feb. 3,
and ends Feb. 9. During regular j
class hours parents are invited |
to visit their children's classes
to gain an insight into their
course of study.
On Feb. 10, from 7:30 to 9:30 j
p.m., in lieu of written evalua-
tions, parents and teachers will I
meet for conferences.
7H HBRW UNIVERSITY
OFJRUSAlM
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DR. HESZEL KLEPFISZ
AT THE YIVO FORUM
Dr. Heszel Klepf isz, renowned scholar and
author of many books, will speak on:
"FROM ABRAHAM TO ALBERT EINSTEIN"
at TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
41st Street & Chase Avenue, Miami Beach
Son WEDNESDAY; FEBRUARY 11th at 8 P:M.
Qr. Klepfisz is the Rector of the Albert Einstein Institute
tij Panama and a Recipient-of the Vasco Nunez de Balbpa
der for his outstanding work in national education:
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AMERICAN FRIENDS OF THE
HEBREW UNIVERSITY
Cordially Invite You To Participate In The Historic
National Founders Dinner
and Academic Conference
Saturday Night ,,,,
February 21,1976
Sunday
February 22,1976
at the
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Friday, February 6, 1976
'Uncertainty in Psychiatry'
Is JF&CS Symposium Topic
Jewish Family and Children's
Service has announced a sym-
posium for the professional
community conducted by psy-
chiatrist Dr. Jules Masserman.
Dr. Masserman will speak on
"The Principle of Uncertainty
in Psychiatry" on Monday, Feb.
9. at 8 p.m. at the Dupont
Pla?a Hotel.
Dr. Masserman. nrofessor and
cochairman of the Department
of Psychiatry and Neurology at
Northwestern University, is a
Fellow at the Center for Ad-
thi lift or youk party
MUSIC
vanced Study in the Behavioral
Sciences at Palo Alto.
The recipient of Presidential
citations he has lectured
throughout the United States
and in many foreign countries,
including the Soviet Union and
China.
Harmony Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women
Harmony Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will hold a meet-
ins; on Tuesday, Feb. 10, at 8
p.m. at the Jefferson National
Bank on Arthur Godfrey Road.
Ralph Carey is the sponsor of
thi entertainment, which in-
cludes Miami Beach Senior High
School students in dramatic
presentations and original ora-
tions.
ORCHESTRAS
ENTERTAINMENT
932-7323
Michaeison to Describe
19th-century Personalities
The guest speaker at Temple
Beth Sholom's "Coffee, Culture
and Conversation" program this
Sunday at 10:30 a.m. is Dr. Don-
ald Michaeison. professor of
history at University of Miami.
His tome is "Creat American-
Jewish Personalities of the 19th
Century." The program is open
to the public.
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Mesivta Plans
Expansion
At a recent executive board
meeting Rabbi M. Blumenfeld,
principal of the Mesivta. Louis
Merwirzer High School, an-
nounced an expansion program
for the coining year which will
include a ninth-grade class as
well as dormitorv facilities.
The Mesivta provides classes
for tenth to twelfth-grades, and
students who live at a distance
must either commute daily or
board at nearby homes.
Mr. Bistritz, president of tho
board, pvplairod that a dormi-
to-v will enable the Mesivta to
increase its limited number of
out-of-state students. Besides its
intensive Jewish Studies Pro-
gram, the Mesivta offers a com-
plete college nreporatory
course. Thq school has recentlv
rooccunied its refurbished Al-
ton Road building.
Miami Lakes-Hialeah
B'nai B'rith Women
B'nai b'rith Wo-^-n of ',T:-
ami Lt'-es end Si!ro"n4ltiR
areas will begin their chavtov
membership dnve with a bninch
on Sundav, Feb. 15, at 10 a.m.
in th*! Falrview Villas Recrea-
tion Center.
Pro-torn chairwoman Joan
01?t7.ky said that meetings will
be held on the third Tues'ay
of each month in tiie Fairvicw
Villas Recreati ,n Center at 8
p.m.
,
Hungarian-born violinist Ernesto Farago will appear
\i .lav Peerce at the Miami Beach Theatre of the
Performing Arts on Saturday, Feb. 21. Farago, who has
played under the batons of Leonard Bernstein, Bruno
Walter and Wilhelm Furtwaengler, has performed all
over For h America and Europe. A French critic said:
"Farago is an excellent musician with deep expressive
power and wonderful technique."
Beth Torah Sisterhood
Says 'Happy Birthday, U.S.A.'
The fite:-h'-o1 cf Beth To-
rah Congregation will pres nt
its Eictnt nnial A-neri-ana '76
1 po an.i I-'.s',ii >n Show en
Wedne-da" F.b. 11, at t'ne Ca-
liilon Hotel.
I g | -,. "Happy Bi th-
day U.S.A.," b gii3 si 11 a.**,
with a coc'tail party and
,A -<-- i"an l" \v i >- t
handmade C;ui:ts, ceram
jewelry, needlework and
*i4 Collection" of African
n ian Art.
A giurmet mea! is plani
and musi~ will be by the red
Martin Orchest.a.
The chairman is Mrs. Mar-
tin Knobel, and Sisterhood
president is Mrs. Stanley t

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Miss Moskowitz and Mr. Pfeffer
Are Married at Temple Menorah
Carla Celina Moskowitz,
daughter of Karl and Idalia
MosKowitz of Miami Beach, was
MR. & MRS. ZVIKA PFEFFER
married to Z' ika Pfeffe>\ son of
Jacob and Miriam Pfeffer of
Je.usalem, at Temple Menorah
on Nov. 30. Rabbi Mayer Abra-
mowitz officiated at the cere-
mony, which was followed by
a reception at the Newport.
The bride's maid of honor was
Shuley Pfeffer of Israel, and
bridesmaids were her cousins
Ilia Encinosa of New Jersey and
Teresa TauW, and her close
friends Ilia Perez, Giselle Pozo,
Jackie Grenier and Lourdes
Grenier.
The best man was the bride's
brother, Robert Moskowitz of
New York City cousins Ira Pas-
tor of New York and Frank
Munoz. along with friends
Da'-id Saffati and Joshua Flesh.
Mrs. Pfeff r. a graduate of Mi-
ami Beach High School, is a
student at Miami-Dade Comrau-
nit\ College. She is a reception-
is! in the exe*Mt'"fi off'oes f
the Roney and Newport Pub
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Mr. Pfeffer, a graduate of
Miami-Dade, is in the hotel
management program at FIU.
He came to the United States
after serving with the Israeli
Armv, but plans pventually to
return with his wife to Israel.
The Pf-ffor family came to Mi-
ami Beach from Israel for the
wedding. The bride's paternal
grandmother, aunt, uncle and
cousin ca-^e f*-om New York, as
did maternal aunt, uncb and
C""--iis from N-.'w Jersey.
Following a wedding trin
through Florida, the coupl" a
rnnVino, their home in North
Miami.
Round Town
BERTHA MAKOVSKY
Bertha G. Mikovsky received
a Master of Science degree in
dietetics from Florida Interna-
tional University in mid-Decem-
ber.
M*-s. Makovsky, who com-
rht^d the four-year college-
level program in dietetics and
home economics in 1970, has
been teaching diet, nutrition
and home economics to senior
citizens in Miami and Miami
B^ach community center adult
education programs. Simultane-
ously, sh continued her educa-
tion and completed work for
her Master's degree.
Mrs. Makovskv, is the wife of
Dr. T win Makovsky of Miami
Beach, the mother of Mrs. Ar-
thur Schneier and Dr. Randy
D. Makovsky, both of New York
Citv. *nd grandmother of Marc
and Karen Schneier and Jes-
sica Makovsky.
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Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary
will hold an open meeting on
Tuesday, Feb. 17, in Seminar
Room C of Cedars' new South
Building.
Mrs. Lucy Estrin, an instruc-
tor of Parents Effectiveness
Training, will be guest sneaker.
Her talk on "Today's Kids" will
be nresented at 12:15.
The community is invited to
attend. Parking will be available
free in the same building.
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Debate Topic
The next Temple Beth Am
Sunday Morning Brotherhood
Breakfast Forunij on Feb. 15, at
9:30 in the Youth Lounge, will
feature a debate on "Does Flor-
ida Need Casino Gambling?"
This question, one of the con-
troversial issues before the next
session of the legislature in
April, will be debated by Mavor
Paul School of North Bay Vil-
lage, who is for, and former
Miimi Beach Mayor Jay Der-
mer, who is against. Circuit
Coift Judge Joe Durant is the
moderator.
Teehnion Women
Plan Luncheon
The Miami Beach Chapter of j
the Women's Division of the
American Teehnion Society will j
hold- a luncheon on Thursday,
Feb. 12, at noon at the Mont- ,
martre Hotel.
"Fabulous Viscaya" will be I
shown as part of the program,
according to Rose Steinberg,
publicity chairman.
Miami International Boat Show f J
Will Be 'Bigger Than Ever9 1
The 1976 Miami International
Boat Show, the nation's largest
public marine extravaganza,
will have more exhibit space
than ever before in the Miami
Beach Convention Center, Feb.
20-25.
Executive manager John Ro-
gers said that, with the coop-
eration of City of Miami Beach
officials, the outdoor exhibit
space has been doubled. "This
will provide us with an addi-
tional 50-75,000 square feet of
space," said Rogers, "and brings
our total exhibit snace to ap-
proximately 500,000 square
feet."
Rogers said that the extra
spiice would accommodate an
additional 30-50 exhibitors and
and his
Boca Raton Hotel
and Club Orchestra
that the show would be "bigger
than ever before."
The outdoor exhibits, which
usually line one side of the
street in front of the conven-
tion center, will straddle both
sides of the roadway.
The 35th edition of the boat
show, said Rogers, will have
more than 550 exhibitors dis-
playing approximately $60 mil-
lion worth of boats, engines and
marine accessories.
More than 300,000 persons
attended the last show.
Two marine-t^ade-only days
have been s"t aside for the in-
dustry Thiirsdnv. Feb. 19,
and Fridav, Feb. 20. The show
cnens to the public the evening
of Feb. 20.
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HUtadrut Pro-Am Golf Tournament
Slated for March 1 at Sky Lake
B'nai B'rith Free Plan* Youth Services Luncheon
Frank Strafaci, director of
lie Burdine's LPGA, will serve
iis director of the third annual
j. 15,000 Histadrut Pro-Am Golf
Tournament at the Sky Lake
AJountry Club in North Miami
Beach on Monday, March 1. The
l nnouncement was made by
gendtfd chairman Louis Wolf-
on :i.
Former director of the Doral
Open. Strafaci will be assisted
> Skv Lakes golf director
steve Legakrs *nd by Irving
Gordon, South Florida director
t the Israel Histadrut Cam-
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A Triple Simcha
At Temple Sinai
Temple Sinai of North Dadc i
celebrates a triple simcha
oyous occasi n at services
"his evening.
This is the monthly Familv
Worship Sabbath, during which
.February birthday children will
called t-> the Bemah for a
t>irthday blessing; and it is also
Boy Scout Sabbath, and the con-
gregation will honor its Boy
Scout Troop No. 350. The Scouts
vili have a display in the social
J ship.
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The Sisterhood of Temole
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^OTr at thei Feb. is gen-
eral meeting scheduled for 8
p.m.
A lecture will bo given by |
Phyllis Siskin, area director for
the National Diet Information
Center. There will also be a
Thirtv-minute slide presentation,
and" gift packages and door
prizes?
Beth Solomon -
Sisterhood
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paign, which is sponsoring the
one-day 18-hole tournament to
benefit students of all back-
grounds in Israel.
"Through the efforts of the
PGA, tournament director Jack
Tuthill and commissioner Deane
Beman, we have been assured
of an outstanding field of cham-
pionship pros," Strafaci said.
One hundred fifty amateurs,
who pay a tax-deductible en-
trance fee, will be entered with
celebrities and some 30 pro-
fi gsional golfers. Four amateurs
will be paired with each tour-
ing pro, with teams selected the
everting prior to the tourna-
ment at a dinner hosted by Sky
Lake Country Club.
Honorary chairmen of the
Histadrut Pro-Am are Metro-
politan Dade County Mayor
Steve Clark, Miami Dolphins
Coach Don Shula, Miami Beach
Councilman Leonard O. Wein-
st-in and Sammy Davis, Jr., who
rlaved in the tournament two
years ago.
Persons interested in compet-
ing should contact Strafaci or
Gordon at the Histadrut office.
The seventh annual Century
and President's Club luncheon
of Freedom Lodge of B'nai B'-
rith will be on Friday, Feb. 20,
in the Regency Room of Har-
bour. The announcement was
bour House South in Bal Har-
made by Herman Nudelman,
president of the Lodge.
This annual function is
dedicated to the promotion of
support of B'nai B'rith Youth
Services: the Hillel Founda-
tions, BBYO, and the Career
and Counseling Services.
Freedom Lodge, one of the
oldest in South Florida, has a
distinguished record of com-
munity service. Officers are
Herman J. Nudelman, presi-
dent; Joseph Albert, Samuel
Kline, Herman Oberman, Abe
Rosenstein and Louis Suchman,
vice presidents; Harry Schwartz,
treasurer; Harry Moel, finan-
cial secretary; Edward A. Ser-
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JSSUiS AND ANSWtRS
Question Box
The Important Task Facing Us
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By Rabbi Emanuel Eisenberg
Temple Beth Sholom
Lake Worth
Even in the midst of the
world's greatest advance in
u*chiH>locy and material gains,
we find a pessimism and
despair gripping many of our
people,. and. they. feel they are
facing futility in their present
life and the future of mankind.
We must therefore pause for a
moment, seek out the cause of
our ills, and remedy them.
Many of our troubles stem
from the weakened and inef-
fectual role suffered by organ-
ized religion todav. While
church and temple affiliation is
supposed to be at an all-time
high, the influence of the
churches temples and religious
leadership is at a very low
I point. Our main concern is that
people are paving only lin serv-
. ice 1o the religious institutions
they belong in theory but
in nractice t.hev reduce God,
religion and the great truths
to a subordinate role.
The Jewish tradition assumes
the. assignment of providing a
proocr understanding of its his-
toric teachings by setting, pat-
terns and examples of high
ethical conduct. It urges us to
stop offering alibis -for-, our
widespread moral laxitv. We
live in a democracy and prac-
tice a Tejigion but must have a
confwned and-'stablc. belief that
the efficacy of- democracy* reli-
gion and Judaism will contain
the ingredients which can and
should make for a more livable
and peaceful world.
REGARDLESS of criticisms
both within and without a tem-
ple this institution remains the
one ready to cope with the
agenda of Judaism. Only the
synagogue can cope with cer-
tain of the tasks, challenges and
purposes which have constituted
the .heart of Judaism. The three
classic functions of the syna-
gogue prayer, study and as-
sembly are still the indis-
pensable ingredients of Jewish
communal life. Despite the
secular cynics Judaism will not
survive without the religious
elements provided by the syna-
gogue. No other institution is
equipped or capable of evoking
intwest in sound Jewish study.
The synagogue is a human
institution, not a divine one. It
can be only as good as the hu-
man-beings who participate in
and guide its programs. The
very people who satirize the
temple are often the most
culpable. Let us eliminate the
vulgar and crass. Let our peo-
ple take part and bv their gen-
erosity let them make unneces-
sary the dinners, bazaars,
parties, and other fund-raising
projects.
The temple commands the
loyaltv of Jews if not con-
tinually, at least during the
significant mikwones of Ufa
birth, death, marriage and child
education. Success, not moral-
ity, has become the Jewish
standard. Our children see our
way of living as hvpocrisv
our double standards have
made them see our insincerity
in our efforts to appear as good
Jews.
WE FASHION Judaism to suit
our convenience, instead of al-
lowing it to fashion and mold
our lives. We tend to help sup-
port the temple as the last
among tl*ose- organizations re-
quiring our su.Diort.. and aban-
don it first. .We escape the
m'mbershir> responsibilities and
show an attitude toward Juda-
ism by :am>cochiP\ the house
of worship as if it were a bar-
gain-basement commodity.
If?Judaism vanishes m Amer-
ica as-reeme -have suggested, it
will- not be a 'result of inter-
-marriage, serious; as this mav
bft.7 and not because of any
threats from an outside source:
but it- will vanish -because of
the anathiv/and enmitv to Ju-
daism from within the com-
munity.
Those neonle who turn awav
from a teiUPle affiliation and its
services are the first to come
to th-n temr-'e and its spiritual
leaders in time of need, realiz-
ing that other sources can be
of no assistance.
Bring tJ'wis does not re-
quire mjjgjc, superstition or
idolaf" Being religious does
mean that we must share our
joys with- -others, and seek in
ourselves **nd others the
-strength to face the test of life
ftp, s?ek m -*h ,;s*ini of rHs
,*.: q meaningful life in the
-future.
Few fews who bean -criti-
rfems .v*o> **>> t'vurile. its sys-
Jey) wl religious worship real-
be that there fa no other agency
through which the total con-
.m-for tive Judaism can be expanded
and resolved.
Jrlanv of the Jewish scholars
in.JTir* universities are far rc-
< moved from ism, and religious concern. In
fact, many are hostile to the
Synagogue and its functions.
and a>-o caught un in ih rl**s
1 of univpitsnf fa-Unas that nul-
Hfy their Jewishness.
LET US eras*1 differences
from riy hearts and devote our
energies to the promotion of a
stronaer Jndaisn. wester in-
volvement in QOnnlHluttf activ-
ities.. While there wv be.dif-
ferences in litureical or theo-
logical elements existing in 'he
temple, the community and the
Jewish faith, thev di not have
to s^narate us m om<- cpnc*Tl,
as lews. f"r the .faith of a
stronger Judaism.
Th svnaeoi!" I and n usl
voniqin the t'-'i" i'""1"!' of our
lives. To accomnlish this. v+.
must be honest and sincere In
tv> /M'ise< '""'''nB to promote
Judaism .-nd the feith of our
forefathers. We must prav
wholeheartedly far our true
needs, and as we haw pre-
rtttmii nursoh'es. nwwjdlng s"-
cun'tv in this wo*ld. so must
mm nrerwre ourselves for the
life to come.
Religion, wowl" '"" '
stood. nrovMes it? *<>".......s
with a salnjar" universal n"t-
look. It- cto and s^o*'*- in"ire
iic to lead lives of high ethical
princinle and moral sensith ity.
Whnf hotter *** of .faw-
ish reinforcement is there thin
to be in the en"i.-on*"iorit f fH"
synagogue as often as possible?
I i never too lat* to return
to.the svnaaoaue and a religions
Ufa. Rf one of the manv to ioin
our tvmrle. and he n builder of
Judaism. Sunnnrt vor tmnle
fnithfijlv. and take nrirfa in its
rry>',i- "emfints in the community
and for the future generations.
By RABBI DR. SAMUEL J. FOX
-What are "aattahOt)l9n
'Selichotir are p^-jiit- ntial
prayers whose theme is to seek
forgiveness from tho Almighty.
They are- particularly in order
when a person or community is
etmfronted with matters of great
conaera. It is-for this reason
that "selichoth" are reciteii be-
fore- the holiday of Rosh Hash- .
apab. and.bctwcen.Ute holidays
Qf.Rosh HasiiAuab, and Yom Klp-
. pur.
Since these holidays aue days
of-iudgrncnt when a decision for
life or death hangs in the bal-
ance, it is certainly in order to
?offer jjrayers for forgiveness to
insure a positive judgment for
life.
Some communities begin
these prayers a-month, before
Rosh Hashanah. others begin
the prayers at least four days
befow Roslv Hashanah, starting
with the midnight after the Sab-
bath before Rosh Hashanah.
Why is.it that in many com-
mu.nif.ies such as. ours, the b-
glnninc Of the selichoth pray-
ers. takes place after, njidaight
of the Sabbath before Rosh
Hatbanah?
There ace several-motives for
- ibis practice. In the first place,
tin- rabbis ordain that selichoth
:.!u>uld be ohaotede at least four
days before Rosh Hashanah.
This is because -the law of
sacrifices required that a sa-
crifice be prepared at least four
days before its offering to make
sure that it had o blemish.
On. Rosh Hashanah, accord-
ing to the rabbis, \ rpiin.. himself
is the sacrifice whose very life
ts_.L'atJ^lake.'.He therefore pre-
ji*res. himself at least four days
..before Rosh Hashanah to..make
. sure he is. tt* of the blemish of
Jault.
The rabbis further felt that
selichoth cannot be chanted on
the Sabbath and that the spirit
of the Sabbath persists until
'nidnight. Thus, the moment
after midnight is the first occa-
sion to chant tne selichoth.
While the Sabbath is not the
occasion for selichoth because
it is a moment of complacency
as compared to tlie occasion of
selichoth which disturbs the
mind, it does serve as a day of
steering the mind. It is, thus,
after the "rest" of the Sabbath
that man has a clear mind, espe-
cially in the quiet hours of iu-
t reflection after midnight. It is
an ideal time to examine one's
self with the "rested" mind so
that one can be both clear and
objective as well as hopeful.
TV Programs
Sunday, February 8
"Jcwiah Worship Hour"
WPLG-TV Ch. 10
9:30 a.m.
Host:
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
Temple Ner Tamid
"StilL Small Voice"
WCEr-TV Ch. 710 a.m.
* Host:
Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Guests:
Rabbis Michael Eisenstat,
Sol Schiff and Sol Landau
Topic: "The Growth and
Development of Reform,
Orthodox and Conservative
Judaism in the
United States"
A Community Need:
V Community Conversion Class
Bv Rabbi Michael B. Eisenstat
Tempk Juden, Coral Gables
Conversion to Judaism con-
tinues to remain one of the key
issues over which the Jewish
Community finos itself divided,
and which may be one of the
nfaUU-.-Sitlnt-mav be the salvation
or-the death of Judaism.
How does one convert to Ju-
daism? What brings one to de-
sire conversion? Who prepares
an individual for conversion?
'Most rabbis report that it is the
desire to marry that brings
about the rcnucst for help in
matters; of conversion. A Jew-
ish vounc,man or woman brings
to the rabbi a non-Jewish part-
ner who ostensibly wishes to
convert to Judaism. It is then
un fo the rabbi to determine the
sincerity of that person, to de-
termine whether or not the
wouid'be convert is onlv nomin-
ally (;hristian and can be taught
Judaism both academically and
emotinnallv. or is a believing
Christian, in which case the
conversion, which is. in fact, for
jtbt believing Christian a renun-
ciation of Jesus as the Christ,
is- an -act which could do vast
physiceVharni to the person and
would end. up inimical to the
best .interests of Judaism and
the individual.
Once the rabbi determines
that the person is a viable can-
didate for conversion the deci-
sion must be made as to who
"!ilLtC9Cb. that..person. What is
the material, that need be cov-
c'ed? Is a thorough grounding
in the laws of Kashrut neces-
sary? What about a knowledge
oS.Hebrew? is it proper to re-
quire tne nexson to know more
about Judaism than nine out of
evey ten "born" Jews know?
Is.attendance at services a pro-
per renuircmont durins the
conversion.process? What books
should be read?
FINALLY, after these ques-
tions are resolved, what is the
procedure for the act of con-
version? Which rabbis may
oversee these rkes? Is mikveh
a requirement? Who should
comprise the Beth Din?
almost (.very rabbi has his own
standards for conversion, both
for the learning and for the
formal rites of conversion. How
much better it would be for the
Jewish community if there were
an agreed-upon set of standards
and a Community Conversion
Class sponsored by the Rabbi
nical Association of Gueatei
Miami.
One docs not convert to Re-
form, Conservative, or Ortho-
dox Judaism. Having worked
with many, many converts, I
Know that their desire is to con-
vert to Judaism and to become
part of the Jewish people They
are far .less "denomination"
oriented than are we who are
already members of the Jewish
community. They, to their
credit, are more interested In
k'lal Yisrael."
While we have not been gen-
erally interested in actively
proselytizing we cannot afford
to ignore the realities of e\-
ogamous marriage. There are
many Jews who marry out of
the Jewish faith. Our numbers
are dwindling. There will come
a day when the old cry of
"quality instead of quantity"
will become absurd. There must
be a certain number of Jews to
be able to have quality. With
no Jews, the question of quality
is moot.
It behooves us to welcome
those non-Jews whose disposi-
tion and belief will make :them
strong and vital members of
our peoplchood. It behooves us
to provide a meaningful and
uniform standard by which they
cin become a part of our peo-
plehood. To ignore the current
realit" which demands a com-
'ounitvwide system of conver-
sion is to be remiss in our
responsibility to the Jewish
community.
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
1 AIMR 5:48 |
I
m
The fact of the matter is that .
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Terumah
The Tent of Meeting.
"Moreover thou shah make the tabernacle with
ten curtains" (Exod. 26.1). "And thou shalt hang up
the veil under the clasps, and shalt bring in thither
within the veil the ark of the testimony" (26.33).
TERUMAH The children of Israel were asked for
an offering toward the, construction of the Tabernacle
and its vessels: "Gold, and silver, and brass; and blue,
and pucple, and scarlet, and tine linen, and goats' bair;
and rams' skins dyed red, and sealskins, and acacia-
wood; oil for the light, spices for the anointing oil, and
for the sweet incense; onyx stones, and stones to be set,
for-the Qphod, and for the breastplate" (Exodu6 25.3-7).
Thje ark was to be made of acacia-wood, covered ineide
and out with gold. The table too was to be made of
acacia-wood. There were to be a golden candelabra, a
tent of curtain and boards, outer curtains and inner
curtains, and an ahar of acaqia-wood, covered with cop-
per. Finally, the construction of the court-yard of the
Tabernacle was described.
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Jenisti norkUan
Friday, February 6, 1976
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Bar Mitzvah
Robert Schiff
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Valerie Preston
Jodie L. Levey
TODD SILVERMAN
Todd, son of Mrs. Hedy Sil-
verman and Dr. Ira Silverman,
will be Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day evening at Beth David
Congregation.
A student in the Beth David
Religious School and a mem-
ber of USY, Todd is in the
seventh grade at Glades Jun-
ior High, where he is on the
bowling team.
Following the service there
will be a reception for Todd at
Sir William's Pub.
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VALERIE LYNN PRESTON
Valerie Lynn, daughter of
Mrs. Deanna Preston and David
Preston, will be called to the
Torah as a Bat Mitzvah on Sat-
urday morning at 10:30 at Tem-
ple Emanu-El.
Valerie is a student in Tem-
ple Emanu-El's afternoon reli-
gious school, where she is on
the honor roll. A student in
the seventh-grade at Ida Fisher
Junior High, while in elemen-
tary school she won physical
fitness awards for three years.
She is a member of the Girl
Scout Cadettes. and received
first-place (1973-74) and sec-
ond-place (1975) awards in the
Miami Herald Spelling Bee.
In lieu of a reception, Valerie
will go on a trip.
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MARC PERETS
Marc, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Perets, will become a
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday at 9
a.m. at Beth David Congrega-
tion.
A seventh-grader at Shenan-
doah Junior High, Marc is a
member of the Police Club. His
hobbies include chess and
sports, and he is a former mem-
ber of the Beth David Congre-
gation choir.
Marc's parents will host the
kiddush following services in
Spector Hall of Beth David
Congregation.
Special guests will include
Mrs. Esther Danan, Mrs. Susan
Kravitz, Dr. and Mrs. Mark
Danan, Mrs. Maggie Weinberg,
and Mr. and Mrs. Moise Lasry.
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BRUCE SCHULBERG
Beth and Alan Schulberg's
son, Bruce, was Bar Mitzvah
on Jan. 31 at Congregation Bet
Breira.
Bruce is a seventh-grader at
West Miami Junior High
School, where he is in the
school chorus and the Bicen-
tennial Club.
In Bruce's honor his parents
sponsored an Oneg Shabbat
and a luncheon following Sat-
urday morning services.
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ROBERT SCHIFF
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Schiff's
son, Robert, became a Bar
Mitzvah in Jerusalem recently.
Robert is in the seventh
grade at Ransom-Everglades
School, where he is on the ten-
nis team. He also enjoys water-
skiing and sailing.
Joining Robert in Israel were
his sister, Lori, his brother,
Steve, and his grandmother,
Lily Schiff.
Other guests included Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Traurig, Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Wolf of Miami,
and the Daniel Cravitts of Tel
Aviv.
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JODIE LYNN LEVEY
Jodie Lynn, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Burton R. Levey, will
be called to the Torah as a Bat
Mitzvah this evening at Beth
David Congregation.
Jodie is a student in the Hay
class at Beth David Religious
School, a member of Kadima
(USY), and has been a mem-
ber of the junior choir for three
years. She is a member of the
Jewish Community Center Teen
Center and works on its pro-
gram committee.
A seventh-grade honor stu-
dent at Palmetto Junior High,
Jodie is a member of the Palm-
etto Junior High chorus. She is
former president of the student
body of West Laboratory School
and the recipient of a Commu-
nity Citizenship Award as well
as of two awards in history es-
say contests.
Mr. and Mrs. Levey will host
the reception in Spector Hall of
Beth David Congregation, and
there will be a dance for Jodie's
friends on Saturday at Beth
David South Auditorium.
Special guests include Mr.
and Mrs. David Bloom and Mrs.
Ida Levey of Miami Beach, and
relatives from Akron, Toronto
and New York City.
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ANDREW H. STOLTZ
Stuart and Norma Stoltz's
son, Andrew Harris Stoltz, will
be called to the Torah as a Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Beth Tov on
Saturday at 5 p.m.
Andrew and his parents and
two sisters and brother are
coming to Miami from Red
Hills, Pa., for the celebration.
There will be a reception in
his honor at the temple hosted
bv Andrew's grandparents Mr.
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Marc Perets Joel Salamon
and Mrs. Ben Stoltz of Miami.
Among the guests will be his
grandmother Mrs. Ruth Cohen
of Red Hills, as well as relatives
from New York and Miami.
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RICHARD SCHWAB
Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert L. Schwab, will be Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Judea on
Saturday evening.
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ERIC COHEN AND
ADAM HERMAN JACOBSON
Eric, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Cohen, and Adam, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Jacob-
son, will be B'nai Mitzvah at
Temple Beth Sholom on Satur-
day morning at 10:45.
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HOWARD VERNICK
Mr. and Mrs. Sid Vernick's
son, Howard, will be called to
the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning at Temple
Sinai of North Dade.
Howard, a student in the
synagogue's preconfirmation
program, is a student at John
F. Kennedy Junior High School.
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JOEL W. SALAMON"
Michael and Lorerta Sal-
mon's son, Joel Windier Sala-
mon, will be Bar Mitzvah at
Beth Jacob Svnagoeue on Sat-
urday morning at 8:30.
Joel, a student in the eighth
grade at South Dade Hebrew
Academy, clays championship
football at K-Land, plays the ac-
cordion and collects books and
stamps.
His parents will sponsor the
kiddush following services as
well as a reception on Satur-
day at 7:30 p.m. at Temple
Emanu-El. Snecial guests in-
clude Joel's prandmother Mrs.
Rosali* Gainslev, Mr. and Mrs.
Icu Salomon, Mr and Mrs. Men-
du Salamon of Israel. Mr. and
Mrs. F. Brandl of Toronto, the
Ku?net fam'lv of New Jersev.
nd the WinVler family of
Detroit and Miami.
Beth Am Basketball
Is Evening's Focus
Rabbi Baumgard's Fridav eve-
ning sermon on "The Religious
Nature of Basketball" is keyed
to the participants in Beth Am's
basketball nroera. which is di-
rected by Barry Friedman. The
youngsters are celebrating the
end of the season along with
several adults, who will be hon-
ored for their contributions to
the congregation's youth pro-
gram.
Iris Franco, chairperson of
the Temple Beth Am youth
committee, has helped organ-
ize programs involving over 500
children, mostly teenagers. Ac-
tive on the committee as well
have been Robert Josefberg,
David Kossman, and Dr. Rich-
ard Rubenson.
Gulf stream 0RT
Bicentennial Luncheon
Women's American ORT Gulf-
stream Chapter will hold a
Spirit of '76 luncheon on Tues-
day, Feb. 10, at the Starlight
Roof of the Doral Hotel at 11:30
a.m.
Music is by Les and Elaine
Wagman, fashion coordinator is
Louis Ludwig. Chairmen are
Nancy Selwyn and Fran Pierce,
and ticket Chairman is Joan
Kovnot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein of
Temple Israel will discuss "Con-
tribution of Jews to the Music
of America" at the Surf-Bal-Bay
Library on Tuesday, Feb. 17, at
8 p.m. This is the library's fifth
Bicentennial anniversary pro-
gram.
Cantor Bornstein, who is also
educator of the Temple, holds
degrees in music from Hebrew
Union College and the Univer-
sity of Miami. He is adjunct
lecturer at the University of Mi-
ami in History of Jewish Cul-
ture through Jewish Music.
A question-and-answer period
will follow the lecture, which
will be held at the Surfside
Town Hall Council Chambers.
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The 1976 annual Surfside/
Canada Week is a salute to
America's Bicentennial and has
been approved bv Third Cen-
tury as a Dade County Bicen-
tennial e\'f>nt for the week of
March 6-13.
Buses will leave Surfside
Community Center on Saturday,
March 6. p\ noon for opening
day at Gulfstream Park. Other
events include tennis, shuffle-
board and golf tournaments,
films and a concert.
The week's finale is the Miss
Surfside/Canada Beauty Pa-
geant in the Community Center
auditorium on Saturday, March
13, at 9 p.m. Applicants for the
contest should contact the Surf-
side Tourist Board.
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Cedar* of Lebanon's tenth an-
nual edition of an internation-
ally reriowned medical sym-
posium will be held today and
tomorrow. Plastic surgeons
from the United States, Japan,
France, Yugoslavia. Mexico. Ca-
nada and Puerto Rico will at-
tend the Symposium of Cos-
metic Surgery at the "Cedars
Seminar Center.
The proeram is devoted to
eyelid /eyebrow surgery and
surgery to reduce breast size.
Emphasis will be on patient
selection, surgical techniques,
complications and management.
Live surgical procedures will be
shown on closed-circuit color
television.
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The Miami Beach Music and
Arts League is presenting Leon-
ard Bernstein's musical "West
Side Story" on Monday, Feb. 16,
at 8:15 p.m. at the Miami Beach
Theatre for the Performing Arts
as the second nrogram in the
seven-event 1976 series.
The Rine Theater of the Uni-
versity of Miami is producing
the program, which is directed
by Robert Lowery and chore-
ographed bv Jerry Ross. The
orchestra will be conducted by
James Ewing.
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Fred Stone, CLU, ranked
among the top ten in the na-
tional sales organisation of the
Home Life Insurance Company
of New York during 1975, with
sales of $4 million.
Stone, who is associated with
the Miami agency managed by
William Rafkind, CLU, joined
Home Life in 1960, and by
1962 ranked third in the com-
pany. He is a Life and Qualify-
ing Member of the industry's
Million Dollar Round Table.
Jack D. Gordon, Florida State
Senator, will address the Forte
Forum-George N. Caylor Forum
on Tuesday, Feb. 10, at 1 p.m.
at the 1200 West Ave. Auditori-
um.
Senstor Gordon, whose topic
is "What the State of Florida
Is Doing for Your Health," is
chairman of the Ways and
Means Committee and of the
Health and Rehabilitative Com-
mittee. He is also president of
the Washington Federal Savings
and Loan Association.
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Herbert E. Long has been
appointed executive director of
the 570-bed Mercy Hospital.
Long has been instrumental,
during his six years at the hos-
pital, in the planning and im-
plementation of the hospital's
expansion program.
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The Re-Entrv Auxiliary Pro-
gram is sponsoring a coin and
stamp show on Feb. 8, from 10
a.m. to 5 n.m.. at Westland Mall,
hut off the Palmetto Express-
way.
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Voters Incorporated will have
an open-to-the-nublic 'meeting
in th Washington Federal Au-
ditorium, 1234 Washington Ave.,
on Tuesday, Feb. 10, at 8 p.m.
Guest speakers are State At-
torney Richard E. Gerstein, Cir-
cuit Court Judge Leonard Riv-
kmd and Jerry Carver, a can-
didate for the U.S. Senate.
Harry Levy, Voters Inc. presi-
dent, will moderate.
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The Police and Fire/Rescue-
men'g All-Star Variety Show
will be presented this year at
the new Miami Beach Theatre
of the Performing Arts on Feb.
8. The host wHl be syndicated
columnist Irv Kupcinet.
Proceeds from the show help
care for families of police and
fire/rescuemen killed in the
line of duty and provide scholar-
ship funds.
The Democratic Club of Mi-
ami Beach will hold an open-to-
the-public meeting on Wednes-
day, Feb. 11, in the Zodiac
Room of the Holiday Inn on
22nd St. and Collins Ave. at 8
p.m. The theme of the rally is
"Know Your Next President of
the U.S."
Democratic candidates and
representatives have been in-
vited to appear. A question-and-
answer period will be moderated
by club president Col. Wally
Gluck, who will also speak on
"I Am Proud To Be a Dem-
ocrat."
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Mrs. Ann H. Leeger of Miami
Beach and Amityville, N.Y.,
gave a luncheon for her sister
Mrs. Saul Share's birthday at
the Allison Hotel on Jan. 24th.
The Shares, of Detroit, spend
winters in Miami Beach.
Among the guests were Fan-
ny Barkan, Estelle Degutz, Ethel
Kotkin. Ida Paigen, Sylvia Mai-
baum, Ida Rose, Muriel Bendur-
skv. Bertha Jaladow, Fanny
Klingon, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Helman, Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Levine, Ann Cohen and Saul
Share.
The party was catered by Nat
Cohen of the Allison Hotel.
Schwartz to Speak at Forty-Niners'
Brotherhood Month Observance
Members of the Temple
Emanu-El Forty-Niners will ob-
serve Brotherhood Month on
Tuesday, Feb. 10, at a 1:30 p.m.
meeting in Sirkin Hall of the
Miami Beach congregation.
Irving Schatzman, Forty-Nin-
ers president, said the meeting
is free and open to the public,
but reservations must be made
at the Temple office.
Speakers will include Gerald
Schwartz, Florida regional di-
rector for Bar-Ilan University
and of the American Red Magen
David for Israel.
Men and women aged 49 or
over are eligible for member-
ship in the Temple Emanu-El
organization, which is a prime
supoorter of the Lehrman Day
School, Schatzman said.


February 6, 1976
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Religious Services
MIAMI
fAT SHALOM CdNGREOA.
, 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Zvi Raphaely. Cantor Aron
kron. 1
IE EMES CONGREGATION.
SW 19th Ave. Conservative.
lor Sol Pakowitz. 2
AM TEMPLE. 5950 N. Ken.
Dr. Reform. Dr. Herbert M.
igard. Associate Rabbi Mitchell
fitz. 3
BREIRA CONGREGATION.
SW 112th St. Liberal. Rabbi
fy Tabachnikoff. 3.a
DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Brvative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
William Lipson. 4.A
DAVID SOUTH. 7500 SW
h St. Conservative. Rabbi Sol
dau. Cantor William Lipson. 4-B
n KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
lern Traditional. Rabbi Max Sha-
B. Cantor Leon Segal. Rev. Alex
hi. Rev. Mendel Gotterman. 6
WU TOV TEMPLE. 6438 SW Rth
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Ro-
Del. S
|AEL-SOUTH TEMPLE (former.
far Beth Tikva). 9025 Sunset Dr. Re-
SHrtn. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 1S-A
AMUEL TEMPLE. 8900 SW 107th
Ave., Suite 306. Conservative. Rabbi
Maxwell Barger. 9
TERETH ISRAEL TEMPLE. 6500
N Miami Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
hlomon Benarroch. 14
ON TEMPLE. 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
krvative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
ntor Errol Helfman. 16
HIAIEAH
lERETH JACOB TEMPLE. 951 E.
h Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
ian Zolondek. 15
I
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NORTH MIAMI
H MOSHE CONGREGATION.
5 NE 121st St. Conservative. Rab-
Or. Daniel J. Pingerer. Cantor
hucl.i Binyamin. 35
MIAMI BEACH
ASUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever.
17
BETH EL. 2400 Pine Tree Dr. Ortho-
Box. Ral'ln Alexander Gross. 5
IETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
ESkbhi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
Trti
Sv.
j|TH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
^TtliOflox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
irsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
19
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ieth Raphael temple. 1545
Jev'.rson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Hot Winograd. Cantor Saul Breeh.
20
TETH SHOLOM TEMPLE. 4144
has* Ave. Liberal. Dr. Leon Kron-
I J^h Cantor David Conviser. 21
TH SOLOMON TEMPLE. 1031
incoln Rd. Modern Conservative.
[abbi David Raab. Cantor Mordecai
rdeini. 21- A
H TFILAH CONGREGATION.
5 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi I.
. Tropper. 22
H YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
ION. 848 Meridian Ave. Orthodox,
abbi Dow Rozencwaig. 22-A
Al ZION TEMPLE. 200 178th St.
rthodox. Rabbi Dr. Abraham I.
cobson. 22-B
AN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
2 Washington Ave., Orthodox,
bbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW
BONGREGATION. 715 Washington
mve. Orthodox. Rabbi Meir Masliah
..' Melamed. 23-A
EMANU-EL TEMPLE. 1701 Wash-
tngton Ave. Conservative. Dr. Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvl Adler. 24
IEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine
Tree Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
t. Gross. 26
AI ISRAEL AND GREATER Ml-
Ml YOUTH SYNAGOGUE. 9300
kiset Drive. Orthodox. Rabbi Ralph
Hl("Mi< 8- A
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 571
NE 171st St. Orthodox. Rabbi Ne-
sim Gambach. Cantor Joseph Na-
houm. 36.A
Al RAPHAEL CONGREGATION.
D1 NW 183rd St. Conservative.
Bhbi Victor D. Zwelling. Cantor
Hck Lerner. 36
S'NAI TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE.
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Bid-
nick. 38
BAEL TEMPLE OF GREATER
l A Ml. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
ibbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Zev Leff. 39
lRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
H Conservative. Rabbi Solomon
Waldenberg. Cantor Nathan Par
"' 11
OR OLOM TEMPLE. 8755 SW 16th
k- Conservative. Rabbi David M.
0aron. Cantor Stanley Rich. 13
CORAL GABIES
JUDEA TEMPLE. 5550 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Michael B. Ei-
senstat. Cantor Rita Shore. 40
ZAMORA TEMPLE. 44 Zamora Ave.,
Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein.
41
HILLEL JEWISH STUDENT CEN-
TER, COLLEGE STUDENT SYNA-
GOGUE. University of Miami. 1100
MIHer Drive. Traditional and Lib-
eral Service*. Rabbi Richard A.
Davis.
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. 50
HOMESTEAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER.
183 NE 8th St. Conservative. 61
FORT LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL TEMPLE. 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Conservative.
Rabbi Philip A. Labowitz. Cantor
Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU-EL TEMPLE. 3243 W. Oak-
land Park Blvd. Reform. Cantor Je-
rome Klement. 43
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 9106
NW 57th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Milton J. Gross. 44-A
YOUNG ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD.
3897 Stirling Rd. Orthodox. Rabbi
Moshe Bomzer. 52
DEERFIELD BEACH
JEWISH CENTER BETH ISRAEL
OF DEERFIELD BEACH. Century
Village East. Conservative. Rabbi
David Berent. 62
POMPANO BEACH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. Con-
servative. 6101 NW 9th St. 44-B
SHOLOM TEMPLE. 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Yaacov Renzer. 49
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Sadl
Nahmias. 31
ETZ CHAIM CONGREGATION. 1544
Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Groner. 32
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th St. Causeway.
Conservative. Cantor Murray Yav-
neh. 32.A
AGUDAS ACHIM NUBACH SEFARD
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Mordecai Chaimovits.
32-B
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN TEMPLE. 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserva-
tive. Rabbi Simcha Freedman. Can-
tor Ian Alpern. 33
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION OF
GREATER MIAMI
4200 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Fla.
33137. 576-4003. Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, Executive Vice President.
UNION OF AMERICAN
HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
119 E. Flagler St., Miami, Fla.
33131. 379-4553. Rabbi Sanford
Shapero, Director.
UNITED SYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA
1820 NE 163rd St., North Miami
Beach, Fla. 33162. 947-6094. Rabbi
Seymour Friedman Executive
Director.
LEGAL NOTICE
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center. 19255
NE 3rd Ave. Orthodox. 33-A
BETH TORAM CONGREGATION.
1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd. Con-
servative. Dr. Max A. Lipschitz.
Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson. 34
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
416 NE 8th Ave. Conservative. Rab-
bi Harry E. Schwartz. Cantor Jacob
Danziger. 12
PEMBROKE PINES
TEMPLE IN THE PINES, 1900 Uni-
versity Drive. Conservative. Rabbi
Sidney I. Lubin. 63
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL TEMPLE. 1351 S. 14th
Ave. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Assistant Rabbi Harvey M. Rosen-
feld. 45
BETH SHALOM TEMPLE. 4601 Ar-
thur St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 46
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SINAI TEMPLE. 1201 Johnston St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Associate Rabbi Chaim S. Listfield.
65
kCOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
[Orthodox. Dr. Tibor H. Stern. Can-
tor Meyer Engel. 26
BETH AHM TEMPLE. 310 SW 62nd
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi David Ro-
senfield. 47- B
IESETH ISRAEL. 1475 Euclid Ave.
JOrthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
[Cantor Abraham Self. 27
SOLEL TEMPLE. 5100 Sheridan St.
Liberal. Rabbi Robert Prazin. 47-C
IENORAH TEMPLE. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
itz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
PLANTATION
PLANTATION JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 400 S. Nobb Hill Rd. Re-
form. Rabbi Arthur S. Abrama. 64
IER TAMID TEMPLE. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative. Dr.
Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Edward
[Klein. 29
IEV SHALOM. 7056 Bonita Dr. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Phineas A. Weber-
an. 30
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL TEMPLE. 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Drazin.
Cantor Abraham Kester. 48
.Member of the Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enjrage
in iiusim ss under the fictitious name
of WINDOWMART al 612 Alneley
illilK.. Miami, Fla.. 13132 intends to
register Bald name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court Of Dude County.
Florida
RAM ALUMINUM CORPORATION
a Fla, Corp.
DANIEL M KBIL
Attorney for Applicant
2/6-18-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name,
of HAPPY FASHIONS at 3660 N.W,
30 Street, Miami, Fla. 33143 intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
MANUEL CASTINERAS
2/t;-l3-20-27
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-3189
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
AND/OR ANNULMENT
IN RE: The Marriage of
DIANA MARY MKTZGER LEDDON
Petitioner
and
DAVID W1LLEM LEDDON.
Respondent
TO: David Wlllem Leddon
25th Aviation Battalion
25th Infantry Division
APO
San Francisco, California 96225
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage and/or Annulment has been fil-
ed against you and you are required
to serve a copy of your written de-
fenses, it any, to It on CHARLES
UERTLER, attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 420 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida 33139, and file
the original with the cjerk of the
above styled court on or before March
9th, 1976; otherwise a default will be
entered against yrfu for 1he' iVllel" ile-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said couri ;.t Miami, Florida on this
23 day 'if January. I976,
RICH \i:i> P, BRINKER
As 1 !lerk, Circuit C ant
Dade County, Plot da
By I- SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
11 'Irrull Courl Seal)
1 harlt h 1 It rtler
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
AttcShey for Petitioner
6-13-20-27
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTFiUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNT'.'
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-3547
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
I \ RE: THE ADOPTION OF A
MINOR:
by ALLEN GABER and
Ci.i HtlA CAlSKIt, his wife.
Petitioners
TO: COLE ORVILLE BLESSING
RESIDENCE AND ADDRESS
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Adoption has been
filed, and you are required to serve
a copy "f your written Pleadings if
any, to It on Louis !(. Heller, attorney
for Petitioner, whose address is vi
Lincoln Hoad Suite 238 Miami Reach,
Florida 3:113!', and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or ln-fore Mr.rch 10, I976j
otherwise a default will t-e entered
against you for the relief demanded
In the petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
3rd day of February, 1976.
RICHARD P. DRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By I. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Louis R. Heller. Esq.
4L'n Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33J39
Attorney for Petitioner
2/6-13-2f>-*7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t" ens
in business under the fictitious name
of KAGES, INC. al 1790 N.E. 185 si.,
N, Miami Beach, Fla. 38163 intend- in
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
JACK GOLDSTEIN
-13-20-27
Children at Beth Sholom Learn About Heroes
Anita Koppele, director of the heroes, including Washington
Temple Beth Sholom Founda-
tion School, has announced that
the children are learning leg-
ends of Biblical and American
and Lincoln, whose birthdays
will be celebrated at the Feb.
26 Bicentennial birthday party.
"'
BAIL BONDS
JOHN A. (JACK) 0'CONNELL
OPEN 24 HOURS
CITY$C0UNTY# STATE*FEDERAL
325-8288
NEAR ALL COURTS
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RISDICTION DIVISION
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TO: i- UKD Ul P1 K
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THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
, IN AND FOP nAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
l CASE NO. 75-38606 (Division 12)
CENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
RTENOT1CE Or ACTION
*' T '' KEN ( SONS, '.VC,
f-'i' "Ida i oration,
Plaintiff.
|LYDE MADDfX and w II.I.KXR
and
NITED STATES 81 EEI.
POR U ION, n corporation
luthoriaed to do huine.sa in the
jlllll' of l-'ii,'
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WILLENE \i.',|.lM'X. hi Witt
lesldenci ; Ci ol i vllle Hiithiva'y
Cumberland c.univ
Croaevllle. 'l. nnesnee
ailing Adiiri : :;,y Office Bon SI
IP Croasville. Tenni n.see ~^
YOr ARE NOTIFIED thai an ac-
' on the
Mowing propertj In Dade County
1 KM ida:
: 18, Block 10, INI.IKITA PKC-
?," 'N "A< in, l'!i,|
I1" ''- n Plat Book
". of the Pul..... Rec-
1 ord" '" I'"I' rounty, Florida; to-
g< ther with all lurniture, tui
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ii 5. 1976. .U:
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or Immi
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of ihis Couri on Jarru try ii ih7i
IRK '"! P BRINK ,;rk
oi the Circuit Court
f By N. A HEVVETT
M 11. ptlty i 'k-ik
L_____________________1/30 2/8-13-SO
| IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
C^APE COUNTY, FLORIDA
ENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
t CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-2910
Hi:: THE M \Iil!'.\r.
EI.D.A BOCANEORA,
! Petitioner,
, and
l-i" BOl 'ANEORA,
Ri ; pondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
Vs "U. Jl'l ll Bi ICANEOR \. Carrera
fill No. 78B-37, i:.iri,inoiid;
li.i. i' re : i ;. otil ed i" file your
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". 740 71at Miami
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lid day of Mai h, 1976: or this I'
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IDATE thi of January,
RICHARD P, BRINKER,
Clerk of Circuit Court
by: I.. SM'IKniO.N
Deputy Clerk
1/30 2/6-13-20
CIRCUIT COUhi, 11 H JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COU"JTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO. 76-Z
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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JOSEPH DHA1TI,
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NOTICE OF ACT'ON
CONSTRUCTIVE. SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COUHT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-259.1
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION fORDISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE: Tin- ,..
1 'H \ FARAC1
Wife,
UU1SSEJPPE PARACI,
I in: band.
TO: OCISSEPPE FARAO
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Pi Ii m, Sli '. |j
TOI ARE li: RJ i;v NOTIFIED
thai an action for Din
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the Rage
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' I ij ill .i d- 'i 161 1 S Dixie Hijrh-
i mi : Intend! to n-r-
.- Ith tin !li '. f the
1 ii Da .. Fli rlda,
DAKAR CORP,
i ii .. |
foi Dakar Corp.
I rSL, Miami, Fl.
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t any, to it
. at-
Beach, 1 the
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tered for thi
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hed once
utlve weeka
In THE JKWI I i I
i i"i and ii;. teal of
aid cou 'lorlda, on thia
January,
Ri HARD P HRINK1
1' rk, i iurt
I'-d. County, Ploi
Bj i. SNEKDEN
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Al.l-.IC
' i Road Suite BOl
Ali.mi !:i;i
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1/28-30 t "I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTK'E ll,.i;i:i. Oil
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ctltloua i.
MR KOOL VI
'tONINi MR Ki '
'- V! PECiAl 1ST at
Hialeal Q lens, Fl,
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XUT HEREBY GIVEN lhat

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li uii Coui
County, Florida,
VVALD l PORATION
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SIRK1N, r A
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Miami, Floi
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All!

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NA1WE LAW
that
ui d, d
an r thi Net It lout nami a
K< ii n : .mi:. KI M 'I. .
CONDITIONlNn; MR Kmil,
T'l-'v I riAl ist al ici \.\\.
St., Miami Pi, Intend* to reglater
! "ami CJlerk ol the
-linn Florida
KOOI/OF NORTH i r.NC,
.
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I SO 2 3-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAuECOUNTY
CACfll NO. 76.1920
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE TO APPEAL
(BY PUBLICATION)
', Ml. B
Hi iVARD G
ii and,
RDS
ng Road
Apt. A- .
v. 08034
v'" ARJ i ', to
your to ilie
M rringe
A torni v,
i.' i. \. ..... Seybi id
aid Hie liifl
the Clerk of
"i i" tore Febru-
,n'-v -'- ildcau uken
daj of .1 inuary,
-.-..., k
i It
C. P. i'i 'I'll AND
i 1-30 -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I'- HI t Q}\ EN lht
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NOTICE UNOER
FICTlTIOUS-NAMe LAW
GIVEN that
,i. bu
23 St., Miami, Fla
GHSTAVO E i HACON
_________ B-13320
NOTICE UNDER
v- F,CTITIOUS NAME LAW
'
?'-Vl: '' ris-
y, Fla. Intend ,.,.
name with the Clerk ol .>.
("u'1 >1 D di County, Fl.....u
Al. .1 I.KZKI.I.
BARETTA MOSHER
1/1 aa.|g,
NOT:CE OF ACTION
CCNSTPUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPE-TTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA I.-. AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-605
CENTRAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTiON FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
Tin i -
XORTH,
i'
'i "I'l I,
.
\' man
I
' I
HtrHon oi
I
d :.' ,- v.
II any, to it on
STREfl

d, suite 4io, North
lorlda file the
h thi -i
a defau i
t you for tl ii. r -
it or pi i
ORIDUN.
'' i i on this
INKER
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i
I I
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. l> \
ii ii" Blvd Suite 410
Xor'Ji M ami, Florida 331M
or Pi 'iier
1 'it 23-gfl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEV iNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO. 75-6610
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
l \ i: i I i
I BIWVY rt '-. N .
I
TO Al I. !. RSONS HAVING CLAIMS
AGAINST THE
I i: AND Al.i. OTHER
HEREBY NOTIFIED
itfori of iii, .
WYNN, deceaaed,
'"" ;! pen i iig in the
Hade County, Flor-
P n -' Dlvialon, tl ddreas of
1 i unty Count!......- ?.:
Sti .1, Miami, Florida
; Powi 11, whose ad-
' S W, 103rd Place di-
: attor-
foi ;, i ion
A", i"- ina claims or de-
"V" : "" -" are requir-
ed. 'MTillv THftfiE MOAITHH
HE DATE OF THE FIRST
1 ION OF this ,,.
' >vith the der* ,.! the above
"'i i ati mem of any
1 '" 'nd they max have
. laim mum I .,,,
6 rth. claim
Ijen ii win ,,.
i d [f the el
IW t,
tated K
iretl; the ecuritv
" T......Ni,,,i,,
1 ovUtawvf the claim
e.nCl.le-tl,.- ,-|,.r| '
,;;:'
ere
Mii\", is-
ITE'C* TPHE first
thi v dlity ; -
11,0
DS \vr>
' i.i.i. will
ll Of trii.
WYNN !"
' !'P tative of ihe
ve:
> vV, 107th Avenue '
Miami, Fli
Ti li i i-'
i
'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1.TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
NO. 7i-39843 Div. 25
GENERAL -UKI3DIC-I ION DIVISION
i.OTICE OF PUBLICATION
' .' .'. A .- \ V .
AND i.n IN ASSOCIATION
I'lalmiff,
l
'...-.,.
- -
- I Al. .Mi.. I. A
u......, If ih ng u,i-
' II ren ......,i,' 'i,i u
: ro-
I d; all unknown heira, deviai
:
othei-wiee claiming b]
,
ITIZKXS
'.-.'...id
tatnst ..il
"8 "i lalmlna to
reatin or
b d
llll.S.
' a :,il
'i married, 6m'.
lATfbNA OF
-' nnd i ARMINE A
unknown if
; una a .,.. |<
then un-
. all
gnant-

claiming
1 hi -ii-.i. ui ,.. .,"
":' >: "UNI \ SMITH and
:}>'> < .!! .I.XS^T1"*"^
iKUF MIAM and
ns having
right.
'"" n oi to the '
VI "''
NOTH
,.^-ushi^bb tor**,*.
I in iinl Book-37, ti.tcc 7fi of
IRBSD to s,.rve a
'
1 rney MAL-
tiL'las
i
Court on or
aVr^arV, ?97!
vou
of Jnnunry,
"'i' BRINKBR; Clerk
' Court of
' nn iy Florida
' P COPEl and
Dei my Cterk
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February 6, 1976
vJmijsihfBoridiarn
Page 15B
sh
LEGAL NOTICE
IE CIRCUIT COURT-O^TMC
^JWOtCtAL CIRCUIT IN AND
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 76-218
\\ BSTATR OF
IA BBRMAN
i-d.
TICE OF ADMINISTRATION
PERSONS iiavi.m; CLAIMS
;..IA\I>S AGAINST THE
I0STATK AND AM. OTHER
()\S INTERESTED IN THE
PE:
ARB HEREBY NOTIFIED
B admlnli tr&Uon of the estate
fl.VlA BBRMAN. lanaild, File
i T'l-.is la ponding in 'hi- dr-
tuii ror Dafle County, Florida,
i Division, the addrasii of which
West Flagler Street, Miami.
iurvon.nl representative of the
|m IIEN'JAMIN BBRMAN whose
is y.\"\ ColllnH Avenue, No.
Tin" name and addrea* of the
n repreaentatlve'a attorney are
in below.
pernonn havlna claims or de-
ggalnHl Hi' nutate are required,
IV THRBR MONTHS FROM
>ATE OF THE FIRST I'l'IM I-
N OP TIMS NOTICE, to file
the clerk of the above court n
ii -...hi menl of any claim or de-
th<> maj have E n h c'alm muni
writing and mtiHl Indicate the
i the i lalni, Hi- name and ad-
,i dltor or Ii h rent or
and ihe amount claimed, if
Ik no) y i due, the date
i ;i I......me due Khali be alat-
. inlm is ae< in-' d, ilu- aecur-
hall be described The claimant
Iver Buffii in copies, of I he
^Bl I" 'In 'ii i'iial.1" II'.'' i I'll:
Hii')! ropy to .i Ii personal
^^Ksi'iitai
ll lit I 'Ii i
^Ht' i "f Ad-
i in.,n hai i" 'i m. i lied are re-
qulr-l WITHIN THREE .MONTHS
^V,' T|||,; DATK i Till; KIKST
ii n v\ I' ix i '! this: \, i rii-i;,
^^He anv objection* lliey may have
^H i Ii- .!l. i.iri's ill....."! of tin
^Bn" ;". Ihe ^Hjcn :' reprpspntallvi-. Hie venue
AM A I.MS I M > \'DS AND
^fc<"!H i\'S V'lT S>' FILED WILL
^pmo'-VKi: 11.v '-:i
Dale ,,i Tin- fil'sl MiMii -a I ion of this
^Hce of Admiiiistniliuii: February <.
1976.
BENJAMIN HERMAN
Personal Renresi m ttlve of the
K.-late of S\ hi.i I!, rnian
(i|:\i;v FOR PERSONAL
BPIIKSKNTATIX I'
BAi:r:i; and schwaiitjc
^Arti'ii-' lioilfny Itoad
^hmi li.ai Ii. Florida ;i:!140
niie: 531 -ilT-7
_"r,-n
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
_T1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the mull r: limed, desiring to engage
in liu-': ss under tli (o-iitioua imin"
of BEKTAI.JUASIL 111'TIK al HI N'.B.
3 Ave .Miami. Florida 3S182 Intend*
to r<\'is'.iT said name with the Clerk
of th, I'ireuit lourl of Dad. County
Florida
f CLICK ENTEBPRI8B8, 1WC,
a New York Corporation
By SAMUEL QLIKA8
ARTIU'K S DAVI."
Attorney for IIKUTA ItllASIL BUTIK
S/4-1S-80-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Lkotice IS HEREIJY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
K bufiness under Ihe fictitious names
Ot \ 1ST A OI'TIc'S.'VtIHTA BYE CLI-
l<'. VISTA OPTICAL. VISTA TKST
eNTKH and VISTA M Bl .U'AI, 1J-
Hl<" al :* B. 25th Si reel, Hialeah in-
Knds in register said names with the
rrk of the Clrculi Court of Dade
Hpuntv, Florida
JOHN C08CUBLA
1/30 2/6-13-20
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
+N-T-HE-C4RCUJT..COURT OF THE
11T-H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
NO. 75-7427- (15)
in hi: f.s: a n: op
A i I.KliT IS I i I.I \.M KNAPP,
Li, ,-,. .
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
To all i*;ksi'.\s iiavixi; claims
IK UK MA L4U AtlAINST THE
\H',\ K KSa VTF. AND ALL OTHER
PR'tMONS IVTEKKSTED IN
SAID ESTATE:
yoil ARE HEUBMT NOTIFIED
thai 'he a.lininisi' ii i,.n of lln Relate
if Albert William Knapp, deceased,
Fih Number 7..-7i.'7 Is pending In the
Clrculi touri for Dad' <'.an ty, Flor-
ida, Pi obati I Hvli Inn, i he addri.....I
i 11| i. J1 \v i pi-xrler Street, Mi-
ami. Florida r!::I :: The personal rep-
resentative for ili, estate Is Dorothea
lii.: i|, and The .l.fl'. -s..n Van. nil
Bank of Miami I tench whose addresses
are :::..... Mel Idi ii A vi niie. Miami
Reach. Florida and 301 ti Street
.Miami [leach Florida The name and
mldress of Ihe personal representa-
tives' at tome j an sel forth below
; per: ens hit vine claims or da-
ni"'..i- again si the i ire n uuired,
M IIIV THRBF MONTHS FROM
TDK DATE OF THE FIRST 1THLI-
CATItlN OF THIS NOTICE, i" file
will Ihe iboye court a
,. .. rnent i v etittm or de-
.,,, i ii,. y ,i, iy h.-\. i:.i !i claim must
i,. ivrl id i llcati ilu-
i.: i f, he iiarrn ai rt ad
,i tor or iii- agent or
.-..., h .... led. I f
Hie claim h i."i i due. ihe date
when It a II In "in. 'in. shall be siai -
,..| ii the claim In coin Ingenl or un-
llau'dnted ih< nalun of the uo......tnln-
II In ; laied. If the claim is se-
cured, Ihe e'-urit.v shall he described.
II clatmaill shall deliver Hufl'l.i. nt
,-" i. v of the cli in to the clerk to
ei hie the clerk to mail one copj in
each personal representative,
AM i son* In'en sted in the estate
to whom a copy f ihi> Notli'e of Ad-
m uiutratlon has been mailed are re-
,,,.., |. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF TDK FIRST
n ULICATION OF Tills NOTICE,
In fi!. a"', objection! thej may have
that iiai'. nee- the valld'ty of the de-
cedent's will, the qualifications of the
pppvonal I......es. "I :< I i\ "I* llle \eillp'
or lurladlctlon of the court.
A'i ." \,.\is DEMANDS, AND
OBJECTIONS NOT S< I'll BD WILL
BE i'n::i-'\ EB l: VRRED
Hale of the first publication "f this
" v.. of Administration: February '
l!>7.
DOROTHEA KNAPP
as personal representative of the
Estate of ,Mi-"i WM'ilam Knapp,
d,.eased
By STFAKT .1. MILLER
Trust i ifi'ie.r
The Jefferson National Kanl; of
Miami 1!. oh.
;fc personal representative of the
I. i.lie of Albert *'llllum Knapp.
le, ased
ATTORNEY FOR
PEItSONAI KEPRESENTATIVBS
DAVID T. BBKO F8SQ
urn Brlckell Avenue, suit.- ;**;
Miami Florida
371-1414
2 K-li!
iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE.COUNTY,
CASE NO. 76-2639
FLOBIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Ti Re ihe Marriage of
KDRO UHS-ESTHAI1A and
I :fdfs\v in da t ;i in/, a lkz
fS'i'l.'ADA.
lOTICB TO DEFEND TO:
Tredeswinda GonMle* l>tra Bih street. Brooklyn, New York 11220.
ou are hereby iailil"i'd that a suit
king a Final Judgment of Marriage
Hsaolution, has been filled against
fou. in this Cofrt, by your husband.
ped'n. 1 uis Ksiradjt, iUicl.Uwi y tqulred to file your Answer, and or
ny paper thereto with the Clerk of
tl ''..in", and to serve a copy Ihere-
pf on lofe-ih C. Laumiwl Attorney t
la.v. Ulir.i. NW "111 Avenue. Miami.
(I r d. :UVSo, JCUH' husband's counsel.
Ot lat- than March 10th 1P70. other-
a Default will be entered against
mi
\Te-p January 2Mh. IS"1- Miami.
Sorld
'JCHAIID P. BRINKBR.
''erk Circuit ("ourt
It> N A. 1IKW1TT, DC.
1./30 2/6-18-2*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
r'DE COUNTY, FLORIDA
SENF^AL MI.CHSP'f>"''^>' O'VSION
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-2909
|.\ RK TW'E MARRIAGE OF
{ALP'' S Ht' RAMON.
1 loaer.
aad
%/iXA <: \ HA4HOK.
| In | "'till'
NOTICE OP ACTION
You ANA LUCIA RAMON. Calle
Ii.",. So K2AOS, liog. i:k. ColniM;. s-e
notified i *.'> *jk Ao-"4jr
, ,1 ...i.iion f". itlon nfM|r.
th ihe Clerk of-Hie i'ourt om
.mil i..... to the P. i i ]" i"r,p"
:; M '. fclTZKIM,_BTi
1st Str/., i, Miami |#nch. PUT1**
1X141. .ii or bef-r^ J^ic "nd 1 **.Jf
March 1076; or thllABlklon for Js-
i-olui. of Marriage fed iirainst yo
Will laken a.- confessed.
DATBD 'his 2t'i "Isv of .Tamutry
1178
RtCH-ARD P. BRINKRR,
i ..-TV "f OvttU Court
-,rj>RN- .
Do-*Ut.- Cier!:.. .
- 2/C-1S-J0
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NUMBER 76-108
DIVISJON J. GWYNN PARKEt*
IN UK: ESTATE OF
Louis p. klkin
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO Al I. I'FltSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS ACAINST THE
ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
I'lOItSONS 1NTKUKSTKD IN TDK
ESTATE:
VOV ARK HBRBHY NOTIFIED
that the luUnluislraiion of the estate
of MHIS P, KLKIN. dee.ased. File
Number 7ii-l"K. is pending in the Cir-
cuit Court U I'roliufe.Division, the address of uhi.li
is Dade Cuuui> C.ourihouse, 7:! West
Flagler Street, Miami. Florida. The
l.'ei simal Representatives of the estate
are lOl.l.loTT klkin whose address
i.s SO Ceijarview Avenui-. Stalen Island,
N V and BARBARA ULATTSTBIN,
Whose addr-'.ss i.s :!1 8. Park Drive,
(!;i'iiervill. New York. The name and
address of 'he Personal Represenla-
live's attorney are set forth below.
All persons having claims or de-
mands agalnst-the estate are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
THH ITATF OJ THE FIRST PPBLI-
CATION OF THIS NoTlcr.;, to file
with the clerk of the above court a
written statement of any claim or de-
mand Hi.v mnv have Each claim must
|u- in writing and must indicate the
basis for ||m alelm th. name and ad-
di.-.s of the creditor or his auenl or
attorney aud the amount claimed, If
tbe nlf.Un is not yet due. the date
when il will become due shall be stat-
ed If the claim is contingent or un-
li.pidated the nature of the uncertain-
ty shall be LjU*d. If the claim Is se-
cured, the souurltr shall hi di Hbefl
The claimant shill deliver sufficient
ojjniea or tne Claim to the clerk to
enable the clerk to mail one copy to
each personal representative.
An"persons iiswmu/i '" "I'-f"
Ui whom a cony of this Notice of Ad-
mlnlStratlon has been ma"ed are c*-
ow4cod. WITHIN THPKK MONTHS
PROM T'-K DATK O*' THK PIHST
ITHT.ICATION OP THIS NOTK3E.
to ilile wiv ofijeetions ithey may have
that chiUJtauc*" *he VW"dltV of the rle-
eeSenTs will, the nii'illftcnt'ens of the
personal renresentat'v "r th* venue
or lurlsdletlen of the court
AJ <- .ctSms DFMAVDg. AND
onjt-lf'TIONS NOT SO P-T'-FO WTT.L
PB P<^H*>V^ RARIFD
T>ste nf the 'Irst ouhllcnHon of this
Prtce uf ^iIM,,,*V'<,'1p' P"hr"ary
KU*>f|J.T KT "!'\
HARBA44A BT.ATTS^^I^-
As Personal Renresentnfives of th%
Kstste of i.OirjeiV. y?t>f.
" deceased
SHAPIRO. FRIED. WRTL ft
SCHKKR
,407. I 'n:oln Road Slllte ?on
-MismJ'Boach. Florida r:ir.a
S3-63*l,
NOTICI UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is UEUEBY GIV'BN that
the utidersiuned^ d**^irimr to enCAfte
in buHlaeas under the fUitltloua name
of PLtfMERIA CCBANA al H"i S >\
7th Street. .Miami. Florida intend to
refflstei iUd name with the Oerk of
Ihe Cilcuil Court of Dade Culllv
Florida.
MkSoCIATED I" I'MI'.IN'i; SfXHtES,
INC
By: MANUEL MBNB6,
as President
l{( THENBERG, KOtSAN,
! in i\| \- BENJAMIN
At lorni yi for Associated Pluml
Stores
MM i" Building
Miami. Florida 33138
2/8.18-
NOTICE I/." ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE C'HCUIT C^URT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOHIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-32P3
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DIS6OIUTI0N
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE I >F:
FREDDIE I" IRIS BRADY, Pi lltlon. r,
and
.UK IS \ 11-: M ItRA l lY, Res|......lent.
Ti i; Mr, Jlionnlc M I'.ra.ly
... n l Inknow n.
', i i. .1 HEREBY \" thai an action for Dissolution of .Mai -
I ii III n II a Bgainsl you and
\..ii are reiiulred '.. aervi a copy of
\ .in writ ten defensi If any in it on
DAVID i: n IN .:. E8(JL'IRE, attoi -
in \ for Petitioner, whose addresH la
101 N.\V. 12 Avenue, Miami, Florida
. (ii ,i Si; i ..:.. and file thi orig-
inal with the clerk ol the above Btyletl
coiii't mi or beli re March 12. 1076;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in ji<. complaint or petition,
Tli1! .a"ice sh..11 in- publl hi
each i ei, for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEM IS!! FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS m.' hand and the seal of
aid coui I ill Miami, F ol idu on
:"iii dm "i Jauuarj l: T:
KICHARD P. BRINKBR
a.- i :iei'.. 'iicun '"in i
l md" ounty, Florida
By M. J HARTNETT
A- Deputy Clerh
11 'Ireuil i' in i Seal)
I in hi E, Stone. Esquire
Stmie. S'MStchln Woss. P.A.
101 n.w i:: Avenue
Miami. FI. 38188 (324-4558)
Attorne) for Petitioner
2/11-13-211-27
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SEKVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-3216
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN UK:
liliSI'INA WILLIAMS.
Petti loner,
and
GEORGE WILLIAMS,
II. /.indent.
TO: riKoucj.; u ili.iams
in sidelicc ItllKllowll)
Voi ARE HEREBY Notififd
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
ring, has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to It on
GLADYS liKUSON. attorney (or Peti-
tioner whose address is stone, sust-
ohin ami Koss, p.a. ml Northwest
18th Avenue, Miami, Florida 33128, and
file the original with the clerk of the
aliovi styled court oil or before March
12. IMS; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief de-
manded in tin- complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published pnee
each wick for four consecutive weekl
in THE JF.U ISH I'M il'.IDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and tbe seal or
said court al Miami, Florida on tins
:;nih day of January IDTH.
RICHARD P. RRINKBR
As' cieik. Circuit Court
lade I o,n,jity. J''lnrida
- .M. .1 HARTNKTT
As D.pV> Cl.rk
(Circuit Quurt Seal)
Ol ADYs GERSON, BSjyHIRB
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luncheon will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 25. Chair-
person Selma Rappaport (left) met with Sisterhood pres-
ident I.mi Miller recently to plan the event, which will
be held in the Grand Ballroom at Kings Bay Yacht and
Country Club beginning at 11:30 a.m. Luncheon guests
will be entertained by the Singing Hurricanes, a group
from the University of Miami. The affair is the annual
m rn fund-raiser for the Beth Am Religious School.
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WASHINGTON STATE RED OR GOLDEN
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*Jen>isti norktiam
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The champions of the Jewish National
Fund Traditional Tag Day of 1975 were
honored at a luncheon by the Jewish Na-
tional Fund and briefed for the 1976 Tag
Hay by Beulah (Mrs. George) Brodie, Tag
Day chairman for the past 21 years.
Guests at the luncheon were addressed by
Dr. Irving Lehrman, foundation chair-
man; Abraham Grunhut, president, JNF
of Greater Miami; and Zev W. Kogan,
president, JNF Soutliern Region. Last
year's champions were Mrs. Birdie Pom-
per, Clara Hyde, Selma Levine, Velma
Soos, Sylvia Rubel, Gladys Gordon, Kay
Eoslein, Rose Ganz, Eva Altman, Esther
Lipow, Beatrice Schlossman, Paula Gold,
Sandy Cohen, Sophie Reiter, Ruth Budow-
sky, Rose Marcus, Fannie Weiner, Althea
Gerstein and Fanny Weiner.
South Dadc leaders of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation met with Dr. Avraham
Avi-Hai (left) at a special Combined Jew-
ish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund gath-
ering last week at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Barry Ross (right). Guests included
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Packman (center) of
South Miami.
Senator Stone to Speak At
GMJF Builders Dinner
U.S. Senator Richard Stone
will appeal- as guest speaker on
Saturday, Feb. 14, at th<
Dual dinner of the Qreater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation Builder;
& Allied Trades Dv ision at the
Konover Hotel.
Stone, who was elected to the
Senate in November, 1974, has
become one of Israel's outstand-
ing proponents in Washington
and a leader on behalf of So-
viet Jewry and other Jewish
concerns.
A Miamian now residing in
Washington and Tallahassee,
Senator Stone is a graduate of
Harvard University and Colum-
bia Law School. He served as
Miami's City Attorney and was
twice elected as Dade's State
Senator before being appointed
Florida's Secretary of State in
1970.
Senator Stone is a well-known
advocate of open government,
campaign reform and public ac-
cess. His appearance on Feb. 14
will be on behalf of the Federa-
tion's 1976 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund,
an annual campaign that pro-
vides support for 25 local agen-
cies and services as well as
dozens nationally and overseas.
Builders Division chairmen
SENATOR STONE
Samuel I. Adler and Herbert
Sadkin have announced that
the 9 p.m. dinner will be pre-
ceded by an M:3U p.m. cocktail
reception. Dinner chairmen are
Michael Adler and S. Martin
Sadkin.
Concerned with Israel's economic development needs,
the Barnett Bank of Miami Beach pledged $50,000 to
the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization 1976 cam-
paign. Making the presentation on Jan. 28 in the bank's
executive offices to Rabbi Irving Lehrman (right), spir-
itual leader of Temple Emanu-El and chairman of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond board of governors, was
Alan E. Master, Barnett Bank's president and chief
executive officer.
The Synagogue Women of Dade County
recently hosted their first "Intrafaith
Learning Experience" at North Miami
Beach's Beth Torah Congregation. The
historic event gathered women from all
branches of Judaism to share the richness
of the Conservative branch, in a program
led by Mrs. Jay Dermer and Mrs. Jack
Wolfstein (seated) along with (standing,
from left) Mrs. Irving Cannon, Mrs. Mor-
ton Weinberger and Mrs. Norman Sholk.
Synagogue Women Chairman Mrs. Irving
Lehrman has announced that the next "In
trafaith Experience," on March 9 at Miami
Beach's Beth Israel Congregation, will
ight Orthodox Judaism,
Crystal House residents gathered to hear Dr. Joseph
Narot (2nd from left) speak recently on behalf of the
1976 Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund.
Cochairmen of the annual event, sponsored by the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation, were Samuel A. Gale
Jr. (left), Benjamin Botwinick (2nd from right) and
Charles G. Reskin (right), along with Lillian Brown,
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Friday, February 6, 197a:

SC u)MON GISSER
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LA BIANCA
JACQUES DONNET
The sixth annual Farband Zimrah Ensemble concert
will be presented on Saturday, Feb. 28, at 8 p.m. at the
Miami Beach Theatre of the Performing Arts. Colora-
tura La Bianca, who has sung at the Metropolitan Opera
and La Scala of Milan, and baritone Solomon Gisser, who
holds a cantorial post in Canada, will join the 80-member
Zimrah Ensemble in a series of cantatas. Jacques Donnet
will conduct the concert, which is coordinated by Jo-
seph Zuckerman and under the aegis of the Farband
Lebidiker Branch.
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Planning the Inter-American Group of Hadassah's an-
nual Youth Aliyah luncheon, to be held at the Eden
Rof Hotel on Feb. 26 at noon, are president Mrs. Su-
sana, JBehar, Miss Elsa Tous, and fashion show coordina-
tors'Mrs. Rosita Rok and Mrs. Raquel Grosfeld; Mrs.
Celia de La Calle, owner of A Touch of CUtss Bduftiqiie,
whose fashions will be presented at the luncheon, is
seated. Chairperson of the luncheon is Mrs. Luisa-Garazi;
ticket chairpersons are Mrs. Mimi Rudman, Mrs. Hilda
Lowinger and Mrs. Esther Garazi; raffle ticket chairper-
sons are Mrs. Naile Krelezmar and Mrs. Daisy Adouth.
Nearly 400 residents of North Miami Beach's Moorings
met recently for the apartment complex's annual Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund event,,
chaired by Hy Selig (standing, right). Cochairmenlrv^
tng Levy (standing) left) and Leu Bonehick and Jack
Ziegelheim (seated) assisted in preparations for the
event. Dr. Max A. Ltpschiti, spiritual leader of BetH
Tor ah Congregation, was gttest speaker.
Allon to Participate in Israel Bonds
Inaugural Conference in Miami
An intensive three-day inter-
national inaugural conference
of more than 1.500 American
and Canadian Jewish leaders
will launch the 1976 campaign
for State of Israel Bonds in
Miami heginnine Thursday, Feb.
26. The announcement was
made bv Sam Rothbcg. general
chairman of the Israel Bond
Organization.
The conference will inau-
gurate the worldwide sale of
Israel Bonds to meet the major
share of Israel's 1976 develop-
ment budget of SI billion m or-
der to accelerate the country's
development programs to in-
crease exports and sources of
energv as a means of solving
its critical economic problems.
Yigal Allon. Israel's Deputy
Prime Minister and Minister of
Foreign Affairs, will come to
the United States to participate
in the conference. He will be
guest of honor at the Inaugural
Conference dinner on Saturday
evening, Feb. 28.
Chain* Herzog, Israel's Per-
manent Representative to the
United Nations, will be the Drin-
cinal speaker at the Prime Min-
ister's Club-Trustees of Israel
Dinner, which will officially
open the conference on Thurs-
day evening. A series of cam-
paign nlenarv sessions will be
held on Friday, Feb. 27.
HARRY ZUKERMK

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Nagel Revue
At Barry Ceilege
Jack Nagel's new musical
comedy revue, "The First Two
Hundred Years Are the Hard-
est," will be presented one night
only, Saturday. Feb. 7. by Tem-
ple Sinai of North Dade at the
Barry College Auditorium at 8
p.m.
Diabetic Education
Free classes for diabetics and
their families are being offered
at Diabetes Learning Centers in
Dade County, sponsored by the
Dade Association of Diabetes
Educators. New classes begin
Feb. 10, from 7 to 9 p.m.
Gershwin Auxiliary
P?ans Meeting
The Ladies .' of
Knights of Pythias Gaorgg
Gershwin Lodge No: 10^ pi
a general meeting or. Monday,
Febi ': at S D.m. at the Surf-
side Co--- ni*ty Cente* The
presidium is Mrs. Franeh G
*W* **** Fingorman.
Beth Am Basketball
Is Evening's Focus
Rabbi Ba'""sar:'; F "'v
n*n, sermon on "The Religi
Nature of Basketball" is keved
to t*ie oa-ticioapts :n n *tiAm'j
basketball program, which is di-
rected bv Barry Fnedmnn. The
youngster are celebrating the
end of the several adults, who will be hon-
ored for their contributions to
fh'e congregation's ywth pro-
gram.
Iris Franco, chah-pe-sorr of
the Tempi Beth Am youth
committee, has heloed organ-
ize progfams involving over 500
"children, mostly teenagers: Ac-
tive orl the cetofftitte* as- well'
haJTe been Robert Josefberg,
David Kossman, and- Dr. Rich-*
ard Rubenson-.......
Florida ADL Names Zukeniik
Wills Committee Chairman
George Bernstein, chairman
of the Florida Regional Board
of the Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith. has announced
the appointment of Harry Zu-
keroick, Miami Beach attorney
and community leader, as chair-
man of the League's 1976 wills,
legacies, endowments commit-
tee of the Florida region of
ADL.
The com: littee is a part of
the national program designed
to assure the continuity and fu-
ture strength of the Anti-Defa-
mation Leapje.
In accepting the chairman-
ship. ZUkernick saW. "The ADL
i a li'ing. evolving commu-
nity organization. Our commit-
tee's challenge is to bridge the
generations t<> insure the Anti-
Defamation League's continued
vitality and growth."
Zukemick has a long and dis-
tinguished record of Jewish and
community involvement. A Fel-
low of the American College of
Probate Counsel, he has served
as president of the Miami Beach
Bar Association, a member of
the Florida Condominium Com-
mission and the president's
council of Brandeis Univers
and has received numerous
awards from legal associations
for distinguished service.
Zukernick announced that
the Committee will sponsor a
luncheon for insurance agents,
accountants, attorneys and trust
officers on Friday, Feb. 20, at
noon at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
The program will include a
presentation by tax spec:.
Joel Karp. a partner in the
firm of Sparber, Zemel, Roskin,
Hei'brcnner and Karp, whose
tonic is "Selected Vehicles for
Charitable Gr tag," keyed to re-
cmt tart decisions and reg
Hillel Day School Dedicating
Torah in Kuttlers' Honor
The
Hillel CominuiBty Day
School has announced that its
first Torah dedication ceremony
will be held at Beth Torah Con-
gregation on Sunday, Feb. 8, at
11 a.m. Noah and Matthew Ktit-
tler will dedicate the Torah honor of their grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kuttler, one
of the school's founding cou-
ples.
Irving and Bertie Kuttler
have been active in Beth Torah
and in the community since
coming to Miami from feaneck,
N.J., 15 years ago. Irving Kut-
tler has been religious vice
president of Beth Torah for five
years, while Bertie Kuttler re-
tired after seven years as a
secretary with United Syna-
gogue of America.
The Kuttlers were instrumen-
tal in th? formation of the Hil-
lel Community Day School,
where Irving Kuttler was edu-
cational ice president for three
years and vice president of the
school for a year. Mrs. Kuttler
was secretary for two years ind
chairman cf the gonfrai mer-
chandise auction for three.
The Run :-' yOMg son,-
Sandy, youth director 11
EnwtwEI, will cin his fa-
ther, brother, and : as
they lead tlfe processions car-
rying ;h? am Torch into Beth
*orab- ry, where the
Torah will'tto hooted until ffijj
nw school building is com-
peted.
Rabbi Max Lipschitz. spirit-
ual leader of Beth Torah and
chmrrnan of the day, wl,
the deaicaticn, which will be-*
followed by a performance by
the 5-i-rrtember Hillel choir.
Rabbi Albert Mayerfeld, firin-
cipal of the Hille* jschosL'swiil
speak on the comouTsfiort 'cere-
mony of the Torah.
Purchased from Israel by Dr.
Miles Kuttler, the Torah 7*'a$
handwritten by scribes so-
fers whose craftsmanship tt
enhanced by considerable reli-
gious and ritual knowledge: T!f&
Torah is written in durable
black, but not indelible, ink on
parchment made from specific
sections of a kosher ar.Unal's
hide.
Rabbi Klein of New York.'ffifc
Sofer, will write the final" 300
letters into the Torah asjjJBL
Kuttlers' family and friends are
called to the Torah.-alphabetic-
allv according to Hebrew name,;
until everyone has been honor-:
ed. When the work H co
cd, the Kuttlers will pre:
to Michael Scheck,' pre~ ier.:,
on bahnlf of the Hillel
Marshal Baltuch. e\e: !*he
director of Hillel, i
Rothenoerg, of the- &oard o'
g' erno --. will present
and pointer dedicated
K ttle- and a -i wme i
the names of family and
!w e donated three
chai to dedicate the- I '
B, D=nnis. president
inn of Hillel. The Kuttlei
bf given a duplicate pla
The new Torah. in a
designed with Hillel s
nia. ani fire other Tem!
le:.d the recessional from the
sanctuary, led by Cantor Jack
'ehson and Al Schor, a
-la-.inetist.
Southern Region Young Judaea
*fofm New Shaliach
APp<
daea has announced that Zvi
sSSSi 0fe!ihas been na^
Shaliach, replacing Eran Kra-
oz. who has returned to Israel
after sm tag the Southern S!
gion for three years.
Orert, who was born in Israel
S;W*^ was gradoated with a
B.A. degree from Tel Aviv Uni-
versity in 1972. He served in
the army from 1061-64 and was
a member of Kibbutz Em Gfc for four years.
His wife, Rachel, w;Ii gve
lectures in Zionism at Ahavath
Achim Synagogue in Atlanta
during the next few i.xaths.


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Jimmy and Barbara De Nicola recently returned from
a visit to Israel, where they were guests of honor at a
state dinner attended by former Premier Golda Meir.
The De Nicolas are shown (above) during a visit to the
new-construction site at the Shaare Zedek Hospital in
Jerusalem. Jimmy, who has the Grist Mill restaurant at
the Sheraton Beach Resort in Miami Beach, spends
many hours raising funds for the hospital and has a golf
tournament coming up at Aventura on Feb. 8, funds
from which will go to Shaare Zedek.
The Greater Miami Jewish Federation is reaching out
to greet the many Israelis living in the Miami area
through a special branch of the 1976 Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund. North Miami Beach
residents Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Amikam (left) hosted a
meeting at their home last week where Kenneth J.
Schwartz (2nd from right), Federation Missions chair-
man, was guest speaker. Guests included Mrs. Bernard
Cohen (right).
Rabbi Gelb to Address
Zionist Groups at Emanu-El
One of the worlds foremost
experts on kibbutz living, Rab-
bi Saadia Gelb of Israel, will
speak at Temple E**nu-ia n
Tuesday, Feb. 10, eU* P4ii. to
leaders-of the .American: Zion-
ist Federation of South Florida.
The reception, for leaden of
Hadassah, Pioneer Women, Miz-
rachi, the Zionist Organisation
of America, B'n'ai Zion, Labor
Zionist Alliance and other Zion-
ist groups, is sponsored by the
AZF, which is cosponsoring
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Rabbi Gelb's two-week visit
; here with the American Zfon-
ist Youth Federation. ';-j[
airs. Harriet Oreen, wesir-
dent of the American Zionist
Federation, and- Hanan Sher,
Florida representative of 'the
American Zionist Youth Foun-
dation, are coordinating Rabbi
Gem's visit-here, a feature-of
the yearly "Scholar In Resi-
dence" program cospensored by
the two jHontst-onganisationB.
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Simon* to be HonoreAtAt
Young Performer* Concert
Miami Beach Mayor Harold
Rosen will present an Honor
Plaque, courtesy of the Society
for Young Performers, to Itali-
an tenor Tony Simone for his
musical services in the past
few years.
The presentation will be made
on Wednesday, Feb. 18, at 1:30
p.m. at the fourth annual pub-
lic concert to be given for the
Miami Beach Library. American
composer Theodore Newman's
string quartet will be featured.
Highlights of the program
are performances by lS-year-
old classical guitarist Jose Lez-
cano; 13-year-old violinist Rob-
ert Weschler, a student of Alex-
ander Prilutchi, concertmaster
of the Greater Miami Philhar-
monic; and 17-year-old pianists
Mindy Fleiszig and Marcus
Struller.
Rep. Bloom to Keynote Forum On
Contemporary Jewish Women
"Jewish Women in a Chang-
ing Society" is the topic of a
forum at Temple Judea on
Wednesday, Feb. 18, at 9:30
a.m.
Elaine Bloom, State Repre-
sentative and spokesperson for
women's causes, will keynote a
program of workshops dealing
with current topics concerning
the Jewish woman's role in
- contemporary society. Among
'he seven subjects to be dis-
single Jewish parent, political
cussed are intermarriage, the
awareness and Jewish women's
lib.
The program is sponsored
jointly by Temple Judea and
Beth Am Sisterhoods and by
the South Dade Division of Na-
tional Council of Jewish Wom-
en. The community is invited
to attend the forum and the
luncheon, but reservations are
necessary.
Morris to Keynote Luncheon Of
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South FJorida'Pioneer Women
Pioneer Worsen Chapters
fro*n the South Florida Council
will attend the South Florida
Israel Bond Luncheon on Mon-
oay. Feb. 23. at 11:30 a.m. at
the Eden Roc Hotel.
Representating the State of
Israel is the keynote speaker
Yaakov Morris, Irish-born diplo-
mat who is spokesman of Is-
rael's Permanent Mission to the
United Nations.
Luncheon chairman is Mrs.
Milton Green, president of the
South Florida Council of Pio-
neer Women, member of the
national board of Pioneer Wom-
en and the recipient of last
year's Bond-With-Israel Lunch-
eon State of Israel Masada
Award.
The David Ben-Gurion Award
will be presented to Clara (Mrs.
Sidney) Leff, former national
president of Pioneer Women
who is serving as national
building fund and national Is-
rael Bond chairman.
Israel Bonds honorary chair-
men are Mrs. Miriam Gingold
and Mrs. Bertha Liebmann.
Chapters represented include
Aviva. Mrs. Dora Cohen: Beba
Idelson. Mrs. Fannie Gibson;
Chai. Mrs. Ida Kovalsky; Club
No. 1. Mrs. SoDhie Krantz: Club
No. 2, Mrs. Bertha Liebmann;
Coral Gables. Mrs. Pauline Le-
vick; Dimona Bet, Mrs. Ann
Zuckerman.
Also Eilat. Mrs. Rena Miller;
Golda Meir, Mrs. Katherine
Lippman: Hi-Rise, Mrs. Pauline
Finkelstein; Kadimah, Mrs. Til-

HERBERT M. SCHWARTZ
MAYOR ROSEN
Monthly Art Forum
The Monthly Art Forum of
the Miami Beach Art Club will
meet on Saturday, Feb. 14, at
2 p.m. at the Washington Fed-
eral Auditorium on Washington
Ave.
John Barratte, director of
the Lowe Gallery at the Uni-
versity of Miami, will speak on
"Problem of the Arts."
lie Sandier; Kinneret, Mrs. Rita
Adoff; Menorah. Mrs. Sophie
Krant7: Miramar. Mrs. Sue
Cooper: \epev. Mrs. Bitty
Wapa; Shalom. Mrs. Fay Tayt
lor; Sharon. Mrs. Lillian Davis.
Pioneer Women Chapters Plan
Meetings, Luncheons, Sale
Eilat Chapter plans a benefit
card Darty on Tuesday, Feb. 10,
at 12:30 p.m. at the Plaza 800
apartment complex. All funds
collected will go to the Pioneer
Women's Child Rescue Fund in
Israel.
Mrs. Paula Schochet is chair-
man and Mrs. Sara Brucker is
publicity chairman. Mrs. Rena
Miller is chapter president.
tf Kadimah Chapter will hold its
annual white elephant luncheon
and sale on Feb. 10 at Beth
Kodesh Congregation.
The sale of new and nearly
new merchandise will begin at
10:30 a.m. Mrs. Esther Solomon
and Mrs. Elsa Kreutzer are hos-
tesses for the luncheon, which
begins at noon.
Reservations can be made by
teleDhoning Tillie (Mrs. Fred)
Sandier, chapter president.
Charlotte Mittler is publicity
chairman.
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Beba Idelson Chapter will
hear an address by a Talmudic
scholar, Rabbi Leon Goldberger
of Miami Beach, on "Jerusalem
Yesterday, Today and Tomor-
row" on Wednesday, Feb. 11,
during the noon meeting at
Washington Federal Savings
and Loan Association's auditor-
ium on Normandy Dr.
The meeting is free and open
to the general public, according
to Mrs. Fannie Gibson, president.
Rabbi Goldberger, a graduate
of yeshivas in Hungary, is active
in Zionist causes and a frequent
speaker before Pioneer Women
organizations throughout the
United States.
Schwartz Is Active in Local
Engineering, Transit Plans
Herbert M. Schwartz, P.E.,
heads the consulting engineer-
ing firm of Herbert M. Schwartz
& Associates, Inc. Areas of spe-
cialization include structural
and civil engineering, founda-
tions, investigations and re-
ports, and feasibility studies.
- Schwartz, who was. graduat-
ed from the Drsxel Institute of
Technology versity > in Philadelphia in %94Q,
is 'registered. profesafenahy in
FJeoda,-*eraarhoia and Lou-
-ftia,
He hold*, professional mem-
bership in the American So-
ciety of Civil Engineers, Na-
tional Society Professional Ed-
-gjpseet, -Florida* "Institute of
Constdtinf ftpfeeers, American
Concrete hastirute, Prestresaed
Concrete Institute, American
Institute of Steal Construction,
International 'Association of
Bridge Structural Engineers.
.Schwartz was president of the
Miami Structural Engineers
Council, -and is the immediate
past president of the Miami
Chapter of the Florida Engi-
neering Society.
Iq 1974 Schwartzes, colleagues
named him "Engineer of the
Year" and he has received
many other technical and civic
awards, including an Award of
Merit from the Florida South
Chapter of the American Insti-
tute of Architects.
Schwartz's local projects have
included the First Federal
Building, the Ferre Building,
the Seaquarium Geodesic Dome
and Monorail System, launch
facilities at Cape Canaveral,
and the new -elevated roadways
.and landside facilities at Miami
International Airport, including
a barrel shell space frame
-bridge. Schwartz was also in-
strumental in formulating the
county ordinance dealing with
old buildings.
" Actively involved in trans-
portation -for many years as
chairman of the Greater Miami
Chamber: of Commerce M*$s
Transit Action Committee,
Schwartz is a member of Hs
steering committee.
Herbert Schwartz serves as
consultant to the Dade County
Board of Rules and Appeals, as
well as an arbitrator and mem-
ber of -the Regional Advisory
Council of the American Arbi-
tration Association. He has fre-
quently served as consultant op
special problems to various
county departments, and is the
only local member of the coun-
ty's five-man committee on mass
transportation .
Mayor Rosen IN amed Chairman j
Of Bar-IIan University Dinner W
Mayor Harold Rosen of Mi-
ami Beach has been named
chairman of the Bar-IIan Uni*
versify 20th anniversary din-
ner, which will be held at the
Fontainebleau Hotel on March
21. Announcement of his ac-
ceptance was made by Dr. Jo-
seph H. Lookstein, chancellor
of Bar-IIan and national presi-
dent of the Synagogue Council
of America.
U.S. Congressmen Dante Fas-
cell, William Lehman and
Claude Pepper will receive spe-
cial honors from Israel's only
American-chartered university.
Mayor Rosen is cochairman
of the Florida Committee for
Bar-IIan University.
Ringler Is Guest Miami 0RT Sponsoring
At Emanu-El chlnese Auction
Rabbi Stanley Ringler, execu-
tive director of the University
of Miami Jewish Student Center
and of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation, will speak on
"Cherry Blosoms and Olive
Trees" during the 8:30 p.m.
service this evening at Temple
Emanu-El.
The Miami Business and Pro-
fessional Chapter of ORT will
hold its regular meeting on
Thursday, Feb. 12, at the Amer-
ican Savings Bank, Lincoln and
Alton Rds, at 7:45 pm
The Chinese auction, which
had been postponed, will be
held at this time.


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Mrs. Jean Feinberg. president
of the Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah. has announced that
the theme of the chapter's Edu-
cation Dav Seminar is "Tradi-
tion and Renewal."
The seminar is scheduled for
Mondav, Feb. 23, at the Barce-
lona Hotel from 10 a.m. to 2:30
p.m.
The panelist for the morning
session will be Dr Robert
Sandier, whose subject is "Tra-
dition and Renewal in Biblical
and Contemporary Jewish Lit-
erature." A native of Boston,
who holds Bachelor's and Mas-
ter's degrees in literature from
Ohio Univers|y, Dr. Sandier
has been a member of the
English department at the Uni-
versity of Miami since 1956.
He has published articles re-
lating to Biblical study and
American life and literature,
and has played a key role in
the establishment of a Judaic
Studies Program at the Univer-
sity of Miami.
Following brunch Rachelle
Nelson will present a program
of contemporary Jewish music.
The panelist for th? afternoon
session is Dennis Prager, whose
subject is "The Jewish Role in
the Contemporary World."
A frequent lecturer to North
American Jewish audiences,
Prager is co-author of "Eight
Questions People Ask About
Judaism," which has been en-
dorsed by Orthodox, Conserva-
tive and Reform Judaism. Pra-
ger, who received his B.A. in
history and Middle Eastern
studies from Brooklyn College
and studied for his Master's at
Columbia, is National Spokes-
man of the Student Struggle for
Soviet Jewry and was a U.S.
delegate to the Brussels World
Conference on Soviet Jewry.
Chairman of the day is Mrs.
Leo Eisensteia
Civic Leader
Passes Saturday
Leo Eisenstein, 75, longtime
communal leader, builder and
realtor on Miami Beach for
many years, died Saturday in
Mount Sinai Hospital. Mr. Ei-
senstein was a native of Ru-
mania, and came to Miami in
1935. He was semiretired.
He was active with the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation,
Combined Jewish Appeal, B'nai
B'rith, Exchange Club, Miami
Beach Board of Realtors, Miami
Beach Civic League and Jewish
Social Service Bureau.
Mr. Eisenstein was a mem-
ber of the Miami Beach Cham-
ber of Commerce and the Board
of Directors Baron de Hirsch
Loan Fund and was a past mem-
ber of the Miami Beach Zon-
ing Board. He was active in the
Community Chest of Greater
Miami, and in 1947 helped or-
ganize the Miami Beach Pop
Concerts.
He is survived by his wife
Nola; a brother, Jacob; and a
sister, Bess* Weiss.
Services were held Sunday
at the Riverside Alton Road
Chapel with interment in St.
Louis.
Sanford Jacobson, education vice
president of the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah. The au-
thor of a monograph on con-
cepts and ideas in the Book of
Genesis. Mrs. Jacobson has
taught in such programs as the
Institute for Jewish Studies, the
Continuing Education Depart-
ment of Miami-Dade Commu-
nity College and for a variety
of Jewish organizations.
Mrs, Goldiarb
Active Worker
Services Held
ROBERT SANDLER
DENNIS PRAGER
UGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
GOLDFARB
JWV Post 174 Names Winners Of
Annual Brotherhood Poster Contest
.
Prizes were awarded to win-
ners of the eighth annual broth-
erhood poster contest sponsored
by the Norman Bruce Brown
Post No. 174, Ms* War Vet-
erans of the USA, at three Bade
County senior high schools.
The First Pritt-wijtnera are:
John Kneapier, Coral Park-Sen-
ior High Set**.-William Henv
inert, St., Miami-Jackson High
School; Alberto -Alvarez, Miami
Senior High- School
lech First Prize-winner re-
ceived a U.S. Savings Bond;
TV winning posters from all
participating schools have been
judged for the award of the
Edwin L. Feibelman Brother-
hood Trophy, which sat pre-
sented on Feb. 4 to Miami Jack-
son High School, which has won
the contest three times and will
retain permanent possession of
the trophy.
Mrs. Frieda K. Goldfarb, 90,
a civic leader active in the
United Jewish Appeal in New
York City for many years and
the mother of Bella Lehrman of
Miami Beach,
died in her Mi-
am i Beach
home Wednes-
day, Jan. 28.
Mrs. Gold-
farb was the
wife of the late
Rabbi Israel
Goldfarb, who
occupied the
rabbinate a t
Temple Beth
Israel Anshe
Ernes in Brook-
lyn for 60 years. He was a com-
poser of liturgical music, in-
cluding the popular "Sholom
Aieichem."
An organizer ot several Zion-
ist women's groups, Mrs. Gold-
farb organized the National
Women's League of the United
Synagogue of America and was
one of the organizers of Nation-
al Hadassah. She also was pres-
ident of the Sisterhood of Tern-
pie* Bet* Israel Aashe Ernes for
-mare than 20 years.
She is survived by four
daughters, Mrs. Theime kugv
; now, Mrs. Hannah Michekjjgn,
Mre. Leah Aheaman and. Mrs
Bella Lehrman, all of Miami,
and a son Joseph S. Goldfarb
ffOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SBRVICE
INO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-3828
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN BE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
MARIE THERESE CLAIRE.
Petitioner,
and
COKXEI.HS CLAIRE. Respondent.
TO: Mr. Cornelius Claire
Residence Unknown.
YOU ARE HEREBY -NOTIFIED
that itn action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required bo serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to it on
<;i ADY.S (;EK.S"\, ESI't^IRE. attor-
ney for Petitioner whose address is
101 X.W. U) Avenue, Miami, Florida
34128, (305) 324-4555, and file the ord-
inal with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before March 12, 1076;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
4th day of February, 1976.
BICHARD P. BRINKER.
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dado County Florida
By B. LIPPS
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Gladys Gerson. Esquire
Stone, got-tea In & Koae, P.A.
t(4 N,W. 12 Avenue
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NUMBER 76-7761
DIVISION BLANTON
IN RE: ESTATE OF
SOPHIE ADEi.M AN,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE
ESTATE:
"vur ARE HEREBY NOT1FIEP
that the administration of the estate
of SOPHIE ADELMAN, deceased. File
Number 75-77(51, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Dade County, Flor-
ida. Probate Division, the address of
which is Dade County Courthouse, 73
West Flakier Street, Miami Florida.
The personal representative ,1 the
State is BENJAMIN ADULMAN'.
uhose address is $30 Michigan Ave-
nue, Miami Beach, Dade County, Flor-
ida The name and address if the pel"*.
sonal representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All persons having claims or de-
mands against the estate are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
with the clerk of the above court a
written statement of any claim or de-
mand they may have. Each claim must
be in writing and must indicate thjB
basis for the claim, the name and ad-
dress of the creditor or his agent or
,nd the amount claimed. JI
Miami. FL-pays (j2.ese)
Attorney for Petitioner
3/-18.2u.27
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Included in the program
ware guest: speaker Percy
Oliver, principal of Miami Jack-
son High School; Alexander
QraenwaM of Miami; rwnwwd
er. Pott No. 174; Hy M. Morris,
* IN RJ$; THR MAWtSItW^T
;* *frrmaa, -sen- i*K^-*asfi&&piAVpQV2* .
TOC AttBTl&aBT W)tmmi>
that an action for pjssolution of Mar -
rlag* has- been Meg against you an*
attorney
the claim is not yet due, the data
wbep it will become due shall he stat-
ed If the claim is contingent or un-
liquidated the nature of the uncertain
ty shaH he stated. If the claim is v
cured, the- security shall he describe*.
The claimant shall deliver suff ioient
copies *>f the claim to the clerk to
enable the clerk to mall one copy ta
each personal representative.
A* pensons interested in. th* estate
'9 Wt">m f- eopy of this Notice of A*.
nstnUtratfan has- been mailed are M^
- WITHIN THESE MONtS
TUB pATB QR THE FiKgf
OF.-'fjjw aoritljL
a*g objections tlsey may bar* -
.that challenge* th >validH* of the de-
eegent's w.iU-.-the qualificKtion.- of the
MrsMl-.reeresentatjy;. or _ih* venue
r igttsgtnitou.ioi.tfae ourt.
Me of the fifst publication of thig
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\ Plans Medical Research Luncheon

The Star Chapter of the City
of Hope will hold its 10th an-
nual medical research luncheon
n Saturday, Feb. 14, at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel Mrs. Molly
Bloom, luncheoa coordinator,
made the announcement and
said that a gala program is
planned. Mrs. Ada Feinsilver is
ticket chairperson, and Jenice
Furstrnan, Bertha Kallpn and
Rose Solnet are revolving presi-
dents of the Auxiliary.
Hnty o.. tfB4; and lis. Sylvia -ago *yg ******
Liebmnn, chairman, hostess iZ&rirSfa
HsUUona'rTi-
PEVJAMI.V ADELKAX
As Personal Represt i^fCHeri
w; sow
Chefer
The City of Hope, a Pilot
Medical Center established in
1913, offers free non-sectarian
rea,
Pamiano!
wars held
.- AMtAHAM, TO, of Miami
you.are reqpirag t& a*ry* -a co#jr of
your written defends, If any, to ft on ,
LAWHBNeK H. HOFFMAN, attorney 5ON,AIJ WCPBJSBNTgTIV*.
for Petltioteer, whose a4drsa la 407 J^S^l'a.^*p '
Uncoin Boasl, Suite n-M, Miami W3*'Wwt.*Vigler.tMe* '" :
Beach. Fk.rkU.831S>, and Hie (he ori,r ** ?*&** W6-> '
Inal With the Clerk of the above sty!- g**1 **Sregler of Counsel
ed cotjff on orhefoye Mareh 10, l#76 Tle>tooue; rSasg
treatment of cancer, leukemia, &*4^yj*?*4 *w* *>'*4ay. Tan!

otherwise a default will be entered
against yon .for the relief denutndetf in
the compUiat or .petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal of said
court at atiami, Florida, on the 4th
day of February, 16.
RICHARD P. BRiNKER
As Cleric, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By h. aNEIEDaIN
__. Pepaty aerb
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''?r?0BA>'i'liiv|k,o',N
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4*ile Number 7S-J87
Biwiaien 15
IN RE: ESTATB OF
PHILIP PAWLE^
sJOTICaTO CrlEDITOBS
/.-13-2e-M ^t&j^^^N^CLAfll.
tabolic, genetic and neurological
malfunction. It has recently be-
gun research and treatment in
bone marrow transplants.
Of the more than 534 auxi-
liaries jri 33 states, 15 are in
South Florida.
daughter, Judith,
Seryloea were held
at RlveraWe
in Ira)
of Jeruaalem.
Friday Jan. to,
Bttapel with interment
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NOTICE UNPCn Within three months from the Umi
FICTITIOUS NAMILAW o' the first publication of this notica
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVRN that ** re reguired to /He with the cler*
the undersigned, desiring to enrage Ch-cgif Court of Dade County.
Florida, Probate Division, the addres
I. B. Singer Is Sunday's
Greenfield Leetitrer
Isaac Bashevis Singer, the
most famous of modern Yiddish
writers, whose books are also
best-sellers in English, will be
the Greenfield Lecture Series
guest speaker on Sunday, Feb.
8, at 10 a.m. at Temple Israel of
Greater Miami.
Singer will discuss, among
other things, his new Broad-
way hit play, "Yentl," which
has created a controversy
among Orthodox Jews in partic-
ular because of its theme, which
finds a young Jewish girl en-
rolled in a male seminary.
Singer is an engrossing speak-
er whose storytelling and ob-
servations on Jewish life have
captivated previous audiences
at Temple Israel.
Tickets for non-subscribers
are available at the door.
need
you.
If you can spend some rime.
Of li i j ft in hours, with someone
b*ho needs ;\ hand, not a handout,
call your local Voluntary Action
Center,A>. wite-to *'Volunteer."
Wathington. D.C 20013.
Jhe Narional Center tor ^ffir
Voluntary Action. ?
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tfguaeaaMkflMd
In business under the fictitious name
of S1EQMOND ENTERPRISES at 162
We*t 42 Street. Hialeah Fia. 33012
intends to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida. ~
SIEGFRIED SCHWBDER
_________m________ 2/6-13-20-27
Temple Menorah
Honors Students
Students of Temple Meno-
rah's Schools whose names have
been submitted to the Rabbi's
Honor Roll will be honored on
Saturday, Feb. 14, at 10 a.m.
Honored students and their
parents will break break with
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz and
participate in an award cere-
mony following services.
This is the first in a series of
events sponsored by Parents of
Menorah.
f. which is W West' Flagler Street,
Miami, Florida, a written statement
of any claim or demand you mpy havt
against the MtgtS. of PHIUP PAW-
LEY, deceased.
Each claim must be in writing ang
must Indicate the basis for the claim.
the name and address of the creditor
or his agent or attorney, and thtt
amourtt claimed. If the claim is nol
yet due the date when it will becoma
due shall be stated. If the claim if
contingent or unliquidated, the natura
of the uncertainty shall be stated. H
the claim is secured, the security shall
be described. The claimant shall de.
liver sufficient copies of the claim t*
the clerk to enable the clerk to mail
one copy to each personal represent*.
ALL. CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT
SO F1EED WILL BE FOREVEB
BARRED.
Dated January 30. 1976.
CLARA PAWLEY
As Personal Representative of the /
Estate of PHILIP PAWLEY. ,
Deceased
MOSES J. GRUNDWEHG, ESQ.
Attorney
Simon, Hays & Urundwerg
608 Ainsley Building
-Miami, Florida 33132
Telephone 371-6513
First published on February 6, 1971
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e it to an Arab: He Ought to Recognize Israeli Military Savvy
Haifa
occasional lecture tours abroad, I am
sntly asked to confirm or deny if Israel
atomic bombs. I usually sidestep this
fby replying that it really doesn't matter.
iportant is that the Arabs think we have
Interesting to note what the Arabs really
I or know. In a recent issue of the Le-
^>er, "Sho'un Palestinia," one Halat Salam
] gives his readers an account of techno-
rogress in Israel as he sees it. He claims
l Israel sources for his information.
fKV of comparison, he observes that in the
nations which are singled out by the
Jfor Strategic Studies in London as major
of their own armaments the name of
pears, but not a single Anb state.
tally he turns much of his attention to
ear field. Maksoud reports that about 2.000
B and engineers in Israel are engaged in
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nuclear activity alone. He tells about two atomic
reactors, one at Nahal Sorek, which meets the needs
for advanced scientific and technological training,
and the other at Dimona, as well as a number of
secondary installations.
He gives credit to the Department of Nuclear
Engineering and Science which trains the country's
skilled manpower in this field.
THERE IS a note of envy in his article as he
records that Israel's military production in certain
fields is so great that there is plenty available for
profitable export. Most of the country's artillery,
he says, is produced by a firm named Soltam, set
up in 1951, and 60 percent of its output is sold
overseas.
The electronics industry is so flourishing that
the production has markets in 40 countries. The
Lebanese writer tells that Israel has established
electronics plants of its own design in a number
of African, Asian and Latin American countries.
Maksoud becomes almost eloquent in his de-
tailed descriptions of the capabilities of Israel's guns
and missiles. With respect to the former, he tells
about a 90 mm anti-tank cannon, transported on
a half-track which has a 365-degree revolving tur-
ret even when the vehicle is in motion.
IF ONE were unaware of the identity of the
writer, one would even imagine a note of pride
as he describes a 155 caliber gun mounted on a
Sherman chassis. It has a 20 kilometer range and
can fire three shells a second. The vehicle can
travel for 20 consecutive hours and has a speed
of 58 kilometers an hour. Those smart Israelis.
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, Dissidents" Sakharov
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'THIS IS the season for bestowal of the Nobel
Prize on Andrei Sakharov, Russian free-
dom fighter
And in the Sakharov story the world may
itilSif it only takes the trouble to look,
the flS-meaning of willingness to risk a well-
lr.eflpfe in defense of liberty. For Sakharov
is a."hero extraordinary, standing now at the
t*p stage in the unfolding drama wherein
iiUigy has overkill enough to crush the
_ EAL-to you with respect and hope,"
rK cried out to the world in February,
tfien he Was presented the Norman
1 Freedom AAvard, V;I take r upon my->
liberty of expressing my gratitude on
All. Soviet dissiaBftts." At that time,
.-Russian physicist boldly asked un-
upport for several urgent social
' called for free access by the Red Cross
J World Health Organization to inspect
^Lrisons; appealed for amnesty for So-
Hntical prisoners; prayed for an end of
itarinatioh- against national minorities;
f support for Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, at
WLie in a battle with the Russian gov-
ernilt ovor the distribution of "The Gulag
Belago;" -urged a campaign for the de-
fense- of "all the harassed, honest writers" in
Ute USSR. "
AND TO this list of cries for freedom he
added another requiring perhaps the greatest
display of valor on his part: "Please develop
a campaign for freedom of emigration."
The Nobel Prize-Winner's wife, who has
been in Italy recently for a cataract opera-
tion, has learned from her Jewish mother who
spent 16 years in Stalin's prison camps, how
precious that right of emigration from Rus-
sia can be. And Sakharov himself places his
appeal for free movement across borders at
the heart of his petition to the world.
ki speaking up. so courageously for the
right of Jews- ta leave Russia, Sakharov has
.'.n'rais.gd the*, support of Christian spokesmen
tor "ftire effort anoV'nas forthrightly warned
foreign theologians not to be taken in by some
ofv.the Official religious leaders of the USSR
whom he has identified as "collaborators."
BRANDED an "anti-patriot" simply for
being designated as recipient of the Nobel
Peace-Award, Sakharov has sent the Kremlin
and "the Soviet press into frenzied efforts to
downgrade him.
It may be that at the time Sakharov was
contributing so much to Russia's development
of the hydrogen bomb, he was mindful of
words spoken by Adlai Stevenson: "In a head-
long rush for national security, we must not
trample freedom."
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Innovative Hebrew Teaching
Technique Misses the Mark
DAYS of teaching Hebrew by looking
K a chart and repeating bah, boh. beh are
v systems are constantly appearing.
pisual techniques are on the scene now:
corded iessons. Ulpan conversations,
^^^Btaped sessions and more.
Ik innovative approach in teaching foreign
piges which was developed in Europe.
peen adapted to teaching Hebrew. Abra-
[Shumsky. of Brooklyn College and City
brsity of New York, and his wife. Adaia,
Great Neck School System, adapted this
ach for the Union of American Hebrew
.egations Hebrew Program. It is entitled
Shmueli Family: a Cartoon Adventure."
hUMSKY, a noted Hebrew educator, was
jht down here last year" by the Central
y for Jewish Education to conduct an
-she week of seminars and lectures for
[Hebrew teachers of Greater Miami.
he project of "The Shmueli Family" con-
of two components. The Book can be
on- its own, or in conjunction with an
i-visual Hebrew series.
te text contains bright and lively car-
appeattftg fo children and adults. They
^clever and aftata- ttttgu* id cfceek.
ALL IN all, it would appear to be a posi-
teat ana/or supplement. The deficiencies,
however, arise from the fact that this pro-
gram was originally developed by a Briton
for learning French. The Shumskys did not
change the cartoons for Americans learning
Hebrew.
That is, the people look and dress like
Europeans and the stores in the selections
are identified with French signs and mar-
quee?. Even the dog in the stories is a very
French poodle.
IN ADDITION, the vignettes have no Ju-
daic content. Although this distresses conser-
vative Jewish educators, it can be argued
that this series is intended for the Reform
school and hence requires no religious-orienta-
tion.
However, I must agree that I find it dis-
tasteful that in a supposed Jewish adaptation
of a text, hams and sausage were not re-
moved from the meat store window.
Believe it or not, there is even a car-
toon character who looks like Hitler. One
might say this reviewer is stretching it. Rather,
the adapters and the UAHC took an excellent
ide"a, but neglected tH*ir responsibilities to
su* appropriate! material: ottts environment
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Phone (heating
Jews Deplore
A NUMBER of widely-used stratagems which make possible
use of telephone facilities with avoidance of payments for
such calls has been labeled by an Orthodox rabbinical student
as violations of Jewish Religious Law.
That judgment was made by Isaac Mann, a student at the
Rabbi Isaac Elchanon Rabbinical Seminary of Yeshiva Uni-
versity, who writes an occasional feature, "Moral Dilemma,"
for Kol Yavneh, the official publication of Yavneh, an Ortho-
dox college student organization. His comments on tricking
the telephone companies were made in his column in the
November-December issue of the publication.
EACH COLUMMN opens with a format of "Problem,"
"Case." and "Dilemma." The problem in that issue was. given
as "making telephone calls without paying for them." The case
was given as follows: "Jacob Schwartz .wishes.-t^tett hi?. he arrived safely. A one-word metfsage^-by ptaheMs' sufficient.
He wa^Jra-call Her person-to-person and a*k**b'r 'Mr.'-Fine.'J
The dilemma: "Can Jacob make this phone call? On the
one hand, he thinks he is doing nothing wrong since he is
abiding strictly by the rules: Namely, if the party you seek
person-to-person is not in, you don't have to pay for the call:
On the other hand, Jacob is consciously cheating the phone
company of payment for a service, since his message is being
conveyed." Mann is listed in the publication masthead as a
contributing editor.
MANN SAID, in a note preceding his evaluation, that ha
extended his "deepest thanks" to Rabbi J. David Bleich. pro-
fessor of philosophy and Talmud at Yeshiva University, who
reviewed "the basic features of this article with me over the
phone." Mann added that while Rabbi Bleich was "in essen-
tial agreement with this analysis, he bears no responsibility
for the Halachic statements found herein. Some of the issues
are very complicated and ideally require further consultation
with experts."
With that caveat, Mann then proceeded to analyze the
problem by Halachic standards. The Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy called the office of Yavneh in New York and asked for a
formal comment on whether it was permissible for a non-rabbi
to publish public statements, based on Jewish Religious Law,
on such issues.
RACHEL SHAPIRO, a member of the publication's editorial
board, replied that Mann was doing no more than any Jew in
studying sources and reporting on his findings but that Mann's
findings were not to be considered rabbinic rulings.
Mann treated the topic in terms of two categories of mis-
use of telephone facilities, one being the "less prominent er-
rors,'' such as that presented by the fictitious Jacob Schwartz,
the other being .such more obvioas offenses as fraudulent use
of credit cards, clicking" the telephone to simulate deposit of
coins and "other such unscrupulous acts designed to evade
legitimate payments for phone service."
Mann said it was not his intension "to assume a muckrack-
ing role." He said he was mere!/ referring to some of "the
more egregious sins that a few commit in order to demonstrate
the importance of dealing with the less prominent errors that
most of us make, with regard to the use of the telephone."
IN ADDITION to the dilemma of the fictitious Jacob,
Marm posed the question apparently in the category of "the
less protrrinent errors" of whether a person could make a
collect call to another person knowing that the individual would
not accept the reverse charges but thereby determining that
a particular person was present at the other end, and thed
following throegh with a less expensive station-to-station calL
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Friday, February 6, 1975
West Miami Auxiliary No. 223, Jewish War Veterans,
accompanied by some Post members, recently held a
post-holiday party at Snapper Creek Nursing and Con-
valescent Home. Auxiliary members presented the pa-
tients with live plants, handmade lap robes and ditty
bags, knitted slipper socks, and other gifts. Standing
above (from left) are Thelma Potlock, Auxiliary patrio-
tic instructor; Sidney Potlock, Post No. 223 commander;
Charlotte Mittler, Auxiliary No. 223 president; Norman
Burman, past commander, Post No. 223. Seated in front
is Ruth Burman, senior citizens chairman, Auxiliary No.
223. The Snapper Creek home is one of several serviced
by the Auxiliary as part of its year-round senior citi-
zens program.
Assisted by his sister, Mrs. Klein, E. Albert
Pallot, president of Biscayne Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association, cuts through
the dollar-festooned ribbon to open Bis-
cayne Federal's new office in the Royal
Poinciana Plaza in Palm Beach. Also at
the ceremony were H. Loy Anderson, Jr.,
president of Worth National Bank; Palm
Beach Mayor Earl E. T. Smith; U.S. Con-
gressman Paul Rogers; Mrs. Claude Pep-
per, wife of the Congressman; West Palm j
Beach City Commissioner Carol Roberts;
and president of the Palm Beach Cham-
ber of Commerce Jesse Newman. This is
Biscayne Federal's second office in Palm
Beach and its ninth in South Florida. A
tenth will open soon in Coral Gables.
wl
Mrs. Clement Malki of Winnetka, III, is shown at the
presentation of her award as the grand prize winner in
the recent Sabra International Recipe Contest. Mrs. Mal-
ki won a trip to London and Israel via Pan Am plus a
cash bonus. Mrs. Malki's winning recipe is included in
the 112-page Sabra cookbook. Awarding the prize are
Sy Kanter (left), central division manager for Park Ave-
nue Imports, and Michael Goldberg, regional manager.
Copies of the Sabra cookbook are available for $1 from
Park Avenue Imports, 375 Park Ave., New York, N.Y.
10022.
Gulfstream Chapter of Women's American
ORT met recently at the home of Mrs.
Norman Ciment to plan their Spirit of '76
luncheon. Pictured above are (from left)
Mrs. Clifford Pierce, Nancy Selwyn, Mrs.
Ciment and Mrs. Marcia Sage. The lunch-
eon will be on Tuesday, Feb. 10, at the
Doral Hotel; cocktails will be served at
11:30 a.m. in the Starlight Roof. Fashions
at the luncheon will be by coordinator
Lois Ludwig, and music by Les and
Elaine Wagmati.

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Members of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's lead-
ership development committee are organizing their ef-
forts for maximum service in the widespread 1976 CJA-
IEF effort. Harry B. Smith, president of the GMJF, and
Myron J. Brodie, executive vice president of the GMJF,
recently briefed the participants on the challenges fac-
ing the leaders of the Miami Jewish community in the
coming year. Among those participating in this year's
program are (from left) Bruce Packman, Barry Ross,
Stanley Newmark and Shepard King.
More than 400 guests will gather on Sun-
day, Feb. 8, at the Barcelona Hotel for
the annual luncheon and concert of the
Lebediker Farband Labor Zionist Alliance.
President Joseph P. Zuckerman has an-
nounced the appearance of guest speak-
ers Jonathan Livny and Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man in a gala program for the 1976 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund. Leaders planning the major cam-
paign event included (seated, from left)
Leon Rettig of the board of directors; vice
president Oscar Shapiro and Zuckerman:
and (standing, from left) Mrs. Leon Rettil
and Mrs. Oscar Shapiro of the social com-
mittee; parliamentarian Morris Tamres;
Menashe Feldsiein; and social chairman
Mrs. Joseph P. Zuckerman.


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