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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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criminologists set sights on extortion rackets
Bv UZI BENZIMAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
Israeli public is currently up in
arms over daily newspaper re-
velations concerning the extor-
tion and protection rackets
which, it would seem from these
press reports, are well-nigh
strangling the country. Such
phenomena had been rumored
for several years, and were the
subject of several media in-
vestigations.
Until now, the authorities
had always denied the existence
of "organized crime" in Israel.
Recently, however, the official
position shifted.
THE INSPECTOR General of
Police, Chief puperintendent
Shaul Rosolio, publicly admitted
that several areas of commerce
and retail trade are threatened
by the extortion racket. Rosolio
firmly promised to root out this
evil. He urged the public to
cooperate with the police.
Public fear and reticence in
the past, he asserted, had made
the police's task al-nost impos-
sible. The present wave of ex-
posures and articles about the
extortion racket can be explain-
ed, in part, by the accumula-
Continued on Page 1S-A
~<3ewish Floridlian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 49 Number 7
Miami, Florida Friday, February 13, 1976
By Mail 50c. rwo Seclionf. Price 25 r?nu
IN WILUAMSBURGH
High Court Will
Hear Argument
On Redistricting
By BEN GALLOB
NEW YORK(JTA)A ioint
friend of the court brief has
been filed with the United States
Supreme Court by two Jewish
organizations in support of an
appeal by the United Jewish
Organizations of Willhmsoii'gh
ago'nst a 1974 redistricting
which the UJO contended dis-
criminated against the Brook-
lyn area's 45.000 Hasidic Jews.
Th? UIO. an umbrella agency
representing more than 100 Wil-
liamsburgh Jewish groups, had
charged that new districts, ap-
proved bv th- Stats Legislature
on May 29. 1974, discriminated
BfttMt J wish ri aidants in fa-
vor cf Blaci-sand Puerto P.i cans.
IN THEIR ioint brief in sup-
port of the UJO appeal the Na-
tional Je-4'sh Commission on
Law an^ Public Affairs (COLPA)
and the American Jewish Com-
mittee charged that a racial
quota concept had been intro-
No Need for Talk With
| Jordan: Peres
duced into the voting process
by the redistricting.
Both the federal District
Court and the Second Circuit
Continued on Page 12-A
SHIMON PERES
POLICE VOW ENFORCEMENT
Prayer Banned on Mount
JERUSALEM (JTA) Police Minister Shlomo
Hillel said here that police would continue to enforce
the ban on Jewish religious services on the Temple
Mount in East Jerusalem, site of the Mosque of Omar
and the El Aksa Mosque, two of the holiest shrines of
Islam.
The ban stems from a Supreme Court decision of
five years ago. The issue was raised in the Jerusalem
City Council by Councilman Gershon Solomon of Herut
who noted that a Jerusalem magistrate had ruled re-
Continued on Page 13-A
Homosexuals in National Spotlight
On Frank TV Show
By TUVIA MENDELSON
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israeli homosexuals came
out of the closet and into the national spotlight in a three-
and-a-half-hour television panel discussion, the first ever
in Israel to deal with the problems of homosexuals in this
country.
AMBASSADOR DINITZ
The program featured two
male homosexuals who read-
ily identified themselves and
several others whose faces
were concealed from view-
ers. Two psychiatrists and
two MKs were also on the
panel.
THE MKs took diametrically
opposing views on the issue of
Continued on Page 7-A
Histadrut Gathering Here
For Related Stories Sec. B
Some 1,200 Jewish leaders from across North Amer-
ica will mark the $40 million milestone of the Israel His-
tadrut Foundation (IHF) at the organization's 10th annual
Histadrut Economic Conference for Israel on Sunday
through Wednesday at the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami
Beach.
Participants in the historic State of Israel and leading fig-
four-day conference will include ures of the Labor Zionist move-
major representatives of the ment, in addition to delegates
from throughout the United
States and Canada.
INCLUDED are such digni-
taries as Israel's Ambassador
to the United States, Simcha
Dinitz; Dr. Judah J. Shapiro,
president of the National Com-
mittee for Labor Israel; Sol C.
Chaikin, president of the Inter-
national Ladies Garment Work-
Continued on Page 11-A
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA)
Defense Minister Shimon
Peres indicated here that
he saw no need for interim
talks with Jordan and that
any negotiations with that
country should be for a
final peace settlement. Pe-
res made his remarks in a
broadcast on the Army Ra-
dio Station.
He said that for all prac-
tical purposes, the situation
that interim negotiations
could achieve already exists.
The borders with Jordan
are quiet, the Jordan River
bridges are open, and the
tone of relations with Jor-
dan, even in Jordanian
statements, is polite, he said.
PERES expressed his views
as reports reached Israel that
Premier Yitzhak Rabin broach-
ed the subject of talks with
Jordan to President Ford at
their White House meetings last
week and that the President ap-
peared to accept Rabin's "Jor-
Continued on Page 8-A
Lebanon Troop Posting
Disputes Peres9 Views
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israeli
units fired a number of 120 mm.
mortar shells at a hillside tar-
get between two villages across
the Lebanese border. The in-
cident was witnessed by a group
of foreign journalists who were
being escorted on a tour of the
border region at the time.
The local commander describ-
ed it as a preventive fire strike
ordered because of suspicious
movements on the hillside
which indicated that terrorists
might have been preparing an
ambush or infiltration of Israeli
territory. The officer said Is-
raeli troops are under strict or-
ders not to fire at villages or
Continued on Page 5-A
Hill Doesn't
Dig Soviet
Politics -- K.
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Secretary of State Henry A. Kis-
singer charged that Congress
acted "without subtlety or un-
derstanding of Soviet politics"
in adopting legislation in the
Trade Act of 1974 and the U.S.
Export-Import Bank Law that
Continued on Page 9-A
Arabs Try to Put Stop
To Confab on Soviet Jews
Christian Leaders to Attend
3-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) Moshe Rivlin, director gen-
eral of the Jewish Agency, disclosed that Arab states were
pressuring the Belgian government to cancel the Second
World Conference on Soviet Jewry scheduled to open in
Brussels Feb. 17.
The Belgian government has rejected these pressures,
and the conference will open as scheduled, Rivlin said in
a report to the Jewish Agency Executive. He said the pres-
sure was applied by Iraq which claimed that it was acting
in the name of all Arab states.
Meanwhile, it was announced that the Israeli delega-
tion attending the Brussels conference will be headed by
Yosef Almogi, chairman of the World Zionist Organization;
and Avraham Harmon, president of Hebrew University and
chairman of the Israel Public Council for Soviet Jews.


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NEW YORK (JTA) Is-
rael's Premier Yitzhak Ra-
bin said here prior to his
return home that the respon-
sibility in the peace-making
process in the Mideast
should be the responsibility
of the parties involved in
the conflict.
"It will be a mistake on
the part of Israel as well as
the Arabs, to look up to the
big powers for a solution,"
Rabin warned, emphasizing
thai "peace should not be
Storm Brews Over Peres Slur
Press Reacts 7-A; 'No Confidence' Vote 15-A
Neutial State I>ep't. 6-A; Geneva or Quiet Diplomacy 9-A
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) A domestic political storm
awaited Premier Yitzhak Rabin when he returned from
the U.S. over a remark allegedly made in Washington that
v. as denigrating to Israel's defense establishment and re-
Booted poorly on Defense Minister Shimon Peres and Chief
01' Staff Gen. Mordechai Gur.
The remark, said to have
! e;i nink1 by a "senior source
i;; th Premier's party" during
a '.VaslUnf'ton press briefing,
critic! 'ed Israel's weapon "shop-
ping list" that was drawn up
by the Defense Ministry.
TUF SOURCE was piloted as
B -inq that the list '"did not add
honoi to the State of Israel" and
t '- it was "drawn up in a very
neglig nt manner."
Israeli news media, ap-
parently convinced even before
t!w Premier's return that he
had failfjl to persuade Presi-
dent Ford to restore the pro-
pps -d $500 million cut in U.S.
military aid to Israel in fiscal
1977. seized on the alle?d re-
mark about the weapons list as
t'-p l of a widening rift be-
tween Rabin and Peres.
According to the local mess.
th? Rabin narty in the U.S. was
severiy embarrassed by the re-
mark.
I res has refused to com-
ment publicly. He reportedly
Lehrman to Address ZOA On
'The Meaning
f> Irvine Lehrman, spiritual
1 id >f Tenr.'; Emanu-El and
r 't' mil honorarv 'ice presi-
c' m nf the Zionist Organization
r> A nerica. will sneak at a
l"n :heon meeti^a of the Miami
J !a :' Zionist District on Sun-
day. March 7. at noon at the
of Zionism"
Shelborne Hotel.
Dr. Lehrman's topic will be
"The Meaning of Zionism." The
invocation will be d 4iveMd bv
Pabui Harry Jolt, and entertain-
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told friends in private that he
could not at'ack Rabin while he
was on a state visit abroad be-
cause a modicum of dignity had
to be preserved.
BIT DEFENSE circles and
their siUJOOCtsrs, particularly
"hawks" of Likud and other fac-
tions, iv -e clearlv angered.
Likud MK Shmuel Tamir has
already submitted a sharp qttes-
tir*r\ f-ir the Premier in the
Knesset.
Soutoas witmn the Defms
Minisfv emphasized to news-
men that Israel's weapon pur-
chase list ws ners^nall" an-
provgd bv the Premier who. as
a fovner Chief of Stuff could
not claim ienorance of its de-
tails and meaning.
It m met md that the list was exciu-
eivolv th effort of the Defense
Ministrv and that Rabin was
unaware of its contents until he
came to Washington, the sources
said.
Compensation
For Emigres
JERUSALEM (JTA) A
p'tjs oublic assemble at the TpI
Aviv Museum Feb. 25 will
launch a worldwide campaign
bv Jews from Moslem countries
fir iccoemtim of thei- riajM to
(o^npp-";',n for mw^rty thev
1'ft h*b'nd wh*n tHev
forced to emigrate from their
countries of origin.
'.d in Israel and abroad, was |
annomaced bv MK Mordechai j
nen Point. Arve Zimuki of the
Zionist r.-neral Council and
Yehuda Ihn, director of the In-
formation Center.
Rr\ po^at. who is a leader
of the World Organization of I
Jews from Arab Countries es- ;
?'blish'"1 in Paris 'ast Novent-
ber. sni 1 a mass rallv was rlan-
nd m b-1 held in New York
In the interim, smaller assem-
blies, seminars and discussion
circles ".''l be conducted here
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ADDRESSING some 500 Jew-
ish and non-Jewish American
community leaders, business-
men and clergymen at the Wal-
dorf-Astoria Hotel. Rabin reit-
erated Israel's call for recon-
vening of the Geneva peace con-
ference as a way out of the im-
pass? towards a settlement in
the Mideast.
Israel. Rabin said, is ready to
attend the conf-rence without
preconditions and is willing to
discuss anv pronos^l. But. Rn-
bin said, th conference should
recoven^ on the same nrincinles
and orocedure of the original
conference two years ago.
Asked about the narticination
nf t1" PI-O in G'n-a. ? d-
mand"d b" the A*-abs. Rabin
pointed o-'t that in the original
ell fo- a conference it was
ruled that any new participant
1's mnt h ap'"":">vc; 1
by all th original parties to
the conference.
He '"''it>t Is-aQl's 'i-v
that th P8jestini r..,.- s n.-i oc. iiart of the Jor-
danian delegation.
MEETING eari'e- with some
300 Jewish leaders from all sec-
tions of the country in a brief-
ing session sponsored by the
Conference of P-"ribns of
*'i>r A^^i^m J-wish Organ-
isations. Rabin told them that
after his week in Washington
hf wan. "much more en"our-
agd" bv th Fovd A^mintra-
tion and Congressional "con-
fj,v. 1 ra^itjess to support Is-
rael" based on an understanding
of Israel's needs.
He said there was "no de-
ference" between the U.S. an I
Israel in t ""is nf attitude to-
ward the Palestine Liberation
Organization and a Palestinian
state. He said that as a result of
his talks, he believes that the
U.S. prefers that the Palestinian
issue be decided ir negotiations
v, ....,. t ... .) n Jordan.
Funds For
Syria Cut
In Half
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (jTA)
The Senate Foreign Rela.
tions Committee cut the Ford
Administration's recommen-
dation in economic support-
ing assistance for Syria al-
most in half because the
n nment in Damascus has
not shown serious intention
to negotiate on Issues in the
Arab-Israeli conflict.
This came to light in the
Committee's report to the
full Senate on its authori-
zation measure for the fiscal
year 1976 of an aid program
tntpii*n *4'7 billion plus
an additional 25 percent for
UiC transitional budget quar-
ter of three months that pre-
cedes the new fiscal year
1977 beeinninp Oct. 1.
"THE COMMITTEE has gen-
erously funded the programs
for Middle Eastern countries be-
cause it strongly supports the
Sinai agreement and efforts to
achieve further disengagement
of forces and movement toward
peace among all parties in the
Middle East conflict." the Com-
mit? "The Committee has reduced
the proposed program for Egypt
by onlv S50 million despite bud-
get stringencies because Egypt
has responded positively toward
U.S. efforts to secure Peace in
the Middle East an' is beset
with serious economic prob-
lems." the report continued.
"The request for Syria was
cut more severlv. however, be-
cause Svria has not yet demon-
strated that it seriously intends
to n-gotiate even an interim,
let alone more permanent reso-
lution of issues currently en-
'"me=>-ing peace in the Middle
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Israel Bonds Plans Inaugural Confab Here
The prerr.ot:on.of Israel's exports atuUlW-development
; of its energy resources will receive the highest priority at
: the 1976 International Inaugural Conference opening Thurs-
day, Feb. 26, in Miami to launch "the most crucial cam-
paign in the 25-year history of the Israel Bond program,"
i! was announced by Sam Rothberg, general chairman of the
Israel Bond Organization.
"Never before has the
launching of the Bond cam-
paign been as closely and di-
rectly related to the pivotal
economic issues confronting
Israel as in the present crit-
s-ieal situation," he declared,
adding, "Yet never before
have we sensed the ground-
swell of support and solidar-
ity among the Jewish peo-
ple to strengthen Israel not
only to meet its grave prob-
lems but also to avail itself
of new opportunities for
trade with Europe."
THE INAUGURAL Confer-
ence, which will bring together
some 1.500 Jewish leaders from
-the United States and Canada,
wil! welcome Deputy Prime
Minister and Foreign Minister
Yigal Allon, who will make a
special trip here to deliver the
principal address at the cul-
minating dinner on Saturday
evening, Feb. 2d.
Rothberg drew attention to
the fact that the Foreign Minis-
ter had played a kev role in
the consultations leading to the
adontion of a comprehensive
trade agreement between the
European Common Market and
Israel which was signed last
year and which is scheduled to
go into effect next year.
Pointing out that Israel's pro-
duct!* capacity must be vastly
evpanded thi^ year. Rothberg
said that the Israel Bond cam-
3 Prominent Christian Leaders
To Attend Brussels Meeting
FOREIGN MINISTER ALLON
paign must be intensified in
order to furnish a major por-
tion of Israel's current Develop-
ment Budget of a billion dollars.
HE WARNED that any short-
fall in the supply of vital de-
velopment funds would hamper
Israel's efforts in narrowing its
huge trade deficit of some S4
billion and would result in in-
creased unemployment.
Rothberg emphasized the sig-
nificant Initial' response to xhe
enrollment of members in the
Prime Minister's Club, consist-
ing of men and women who pur-
chase $25,000 or more in Israel
Bonds in 1976.
Ambassador Chaim Herzog.
Israel's permanent representa-
tive to the United Nations, will
be the principal speaker at the
Prime Minister's Club-Trustees
of Israel Dinner which will open
the conference on Thursday
evening. The following day will
be devoted to a scries of cam-
paign sessions.
Referring to the new austerity
measures and the imposition of
record-high taxes under Israel's
current budget, Rothberg said
that the people of Israel are
making every effort and every
sacrifice to overcome the ef-
fects of energy and capital
shortages resulting from the re-
turn of the oil fields at Abu
Ruik'is and from the worldwide
Arab economic offensive.
"SOLIDARITY with Israel
must be expressed in praetictri-
and constructive terms, as well
as in moral and political sup-
port." Rothberg said. "An Is-
r, tel Bond by definition means
solidarity with Israel," he
added.
Among the leaders who will
participate in the Miami Con-
ference are. in addition to Roth-
berg, Miohael Arnon, president
and chief ex icutive officer of
the Israel Bond Organization;
Ira Guilden, chairman of the
board; Julian R. Venezky. na-
tional chairman for Regions;
Mrs. Jan Peerce, national chair-
man of the Women's Dhisi m;
and Leonard Goldfine and Rab-
bi Leon Kronish. national cam-
paign cochairmen.
Robert L. Slegel, general
chairman of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Campaign, has been
named chairman of the Host
imittee for the conference
that will inaugurate the VJ76
worldwide sale of State of Israel
Bonds.
CHICAGO (JTA ) Thir-
teen prominent U.S. Christian
leaders will join with worldwide
representatives of Jewish com-
munities in a demonstration of
solidarity with Soviet Jews at
the Second World Conference
on Soviet Jewry to be held Feb.
17 to 19 in Brussels.
The Christian leaders are ex-
pected to issue a "Call to Con-
science." demanding that Soviet
authorities provide full human
rights to Soviet Jews, including
the right to emigrate, as pro-
vided in tho Helsinki Declara-
tion signed by the Soviet Union
and 34 other countries last sum-
mer.
THE DELEGATION of Chris
tian leaders at the Brussels con-
I Lebanese
Refugees
In Israel
TEL AVIV (JTA) A
dozen Lebanese Christian
and Druze refugees have
taken shelter in Israel since
the borders were opened
for that purpose last week.
Two brothers, George and
Elias Hanna, arrived saying
they left their families near
Sidon and had come to Is-
rael because they feared
the Moslems.
They asked that the Red
Cross bring the rest of their
family to Israel.
A Lebanese, whose name is
being withheld because he does
^not know the whereabouts of
^bis family, arrived in Metullah
r^nd received medical help.
m THE LARGEST group of re-
Jfugees was a Druze couple and
their children aged 5 to 20, who
arrived at the border near Kib-
butz Dan in a Mercedes waving
a white flag.
The father. Amis Faris El
Haabi, has a brother in Majdal
Shams, the Draze village on the
southern slopes of Mt. Hermon
which has been under Israeli
control since the Six-Day War.
Haabi. a watchmaker, said
the Druze have not taken part
in the Lebanese civil strife and
that many Lebanese have taken
refuge in Druze villages.
MEANWHILE, many Chris-
tian families in Israel have of-
fered to adopt Hella Joslin, the
5-year>ild Lebanese Christian
[ girl, who was the first Lebanese
refugee to arrive in Israel last
reck.
ference will represent the Na-
tional Interreligious Task Force
on Soviet Jewry. The group,
founded in 1972, draws together
Roman Catholics. Protestants,
Evangelicals, Eastern Orthodox,
and Jews in an interreligious
effort to secure basic human
rights for Soviet Jews.
Its national sochairpersons
are Sister Margaret Ellen Trax-
ler, of Chicago; Prof. Andre La-
Cocque, of the United Church
of Christ and a member of the
faculty of Chicago Theological
Seminary; and Rabbi Marc H.
Tanenbaum, National Interreli-
gious Affairs director of the
American Jewish Committee.
SISTER Ann Gillen, execu-
tive director of the Task Force,
will coordinate the participa-
tion of the delegation of Chris-
tian leaders at the Brussels
meeting.
Rabbi A. James Rudin, as-
sistant director of Interreligious
Affairs of the American Jewish
Committee, serves as executive
chairman of the Task Force.
In addition to the Christian
leaders from the U.S., Sister
Marie Erst, member of the Irish
Commission for Justice and
Peace of Dublin, is expected to
participate in the conference.

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Conference Awards Banquet
Presentation of the
Forty Million Dollar Award
to
His Excellency Simcha Dinifz
Ambassador of Israel to the United States
Wednesday, February 18th, 6:30 P.M.
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Departure of Moynihan
In discussing the concluding session of the 30th Gen-
eral Assembly, Daniel Patrick Moynihan told the session
that "there are events that occurred in the 30th Assem-
bly which the United States will never forget." This is
even more true for the Jewish people.
The 1975 Assembly session will be remembered as
a continuous assault on Israel and the Jewish people,
culminating in the resolution equating Zionism with ra-
cism. It was a session in which every Jew both in the
United States and elsewhere felt under personal attack.
Israeli Ambassador Chaim Herzog, who summed up
the session as a "concentration of cynicism, hypocrisy
and one-sidedness," was correct in labeling the UN as
"the main center of anti-Zionism in the world."
For his part, Moynihan warned that, as a result of
the resolution equating Zionism with racism, the "UN
may not survive in our time."
But now, saddest of all, is that Ambassador Moyni-
han himself is gone. There is little point in speculating
why he left his post as UN Ambassador. That one takes
a jaundiced view of his explanation fear for his ten-
ure as a professor at Harvard is sufficent expression
of certitude that he was pressured to leave.
As of this moment, no longer is there a voice to
speak out in behalf of the U.S. as Uncle Sam ought to be
spoken for not in the tones of a whining cur, but
bravely and forthrightly.
A Politically Coy Move
Only an Arab and Alfred Lilienthal, the perennial
Jewish anti-Jew, oppose the renaming of the street op-
posite the United Nations as Zion Square.
We would not like to be added to this undistin-
guished list of opponents. In fact, the issue does not
seem significant enough for us to take an adversary's
role.
Still, we ought to have more important things to
do than to direct our energies toward projects that can
at best be regarded as politically coy.
If we are to be provocative, there ought to be some
tangible advantage we can claim from it. We can see
no such advantage in the renaming of a street opposite
the UN as Zion Square.
The new name, if adopted, would of course give
greater meaning to the Isaiah Monument. But it is only
last year since anyone was moved to affix Isaiah's name
to the monument, and we do not see any apparent ad-
vantage in Security Council or General Assembly pro-
cedure redounding to Israel or Jews as a consequence
of it.
' Zion Square, it doesn't seem, would be any more
helpful either. But it would, in our view, raise some
questions with respect to American Jewish insularity,
alleged or otherwise. And who needs that at this time?
Correcting Red Propaganda
The new campaign to intensify public understand-
ing of the plight of Soviet Jews is a welcome one.
This is especially true because of official Soviet
propaganda that seems to have been making some in-
roads on the public consciousness that there is no Soviet
Jewish plight at all.
Eugene Gold, chairman of the Greater New York
Conference on Soviet Jewry, and a Brooklyn District
Attorney, has charged that the Soviet Union both con-
ceals and falsifies facts about the persecution of Jews
in that country.
When the Soviet Union and various Arab nations
last week applied pressure on Belgium not to host the
Second World Conference on Soviet Jewry that will be
held in Brussels Feb. 17 to 19, it is clear that what Gold
has been saying is true.
There is in fact, consistent evidence to prove that
he is substantially correct. Now, it is up to the campaign
to let the public know about it.
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Volume 49
Friday, February 13, 1976
We Don't Ask Any Questions
AGAIN, the question is rais-
A ed, this time by the up-
coming Nixon visit to China,
just who is President of the
United States. The answer has
always been that it certainly
isn't Gerald Ford.
The Nixon visit affirms the
validity of the Eisenhower
warning against the rising po-
litical power of an amalgam of
industrial and military forces.
THE ESSENTIAL anonymity
of these forces the Southern
Railroad types who, for exam-
ple, wine and dine the Earl
Butz types; the Lockheed presi-
dents, for example, who hand
out hundreds of millions in
pay-off gratuities to the other
international cartelistsmakes
their rising power all the more
ominous.
Mindlin
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For the Earl Blitzes and the
A. C. Kotchians are mete pup-
pets, just like Gerald Ford. And
to a great extent. I expect, like
Richard Nixon himself.
Surely, Nixon would not be
going to China otherwise, no
matter how ill-used he feels
and no matter how much he
longs to return to the limelight.
SURELY, or is this too naive?'
Nixon does not see the full
malevolence behind the invita-
tion to him from a country now
led by Hua Kuo-feng.
Hua is China's public secur-
ity minister. The equivalent cf
Hua fs prime minister would
be, say, for the director of the
CIA or the FBI to move in as
occupant of the White House,
too.
Unless Nixon is a new and
as yet unregistered foreign
agent for Red China in some
undisclosed way, his visit there
does the American people g
profound disservice. It s.'ts up
a terrible split in the power
ranks of the Republican admin-
istration at least as we recog-
nize the constituency of these
power ranks publicly.
IT MAKES all the more in-
sistent the question, which was
never answered, of who really
pardoned Nixon and why.
It embroils the nation ideo-
logically in a way it ought not
to be embroiled as it gets set
for a campaign for the presi-
dency.
And so, if Richard Nixon is
not (again) guilty of such de-
liberate and calculated miscon-
duct, the question is who is
maneuvering this shell of a
man? Who is playing on his
bruised vanity, his black brood-
ing nature, his festering arro-
gance, his persistent will to
"get even"?
QUESTIONS like these can
not be brushed aside with the
coy Nixon public relations re-
joinder that he is accepting the
Hua government's invitation
strictly as a "private citizen."
Under no circumstances is
Richard Nixon a private citizen
but a man who ought to see
himself on permanent parole in-
stead.
Under no circumstances is
he a private citizen if. as the
initial report of his visit indi-
Continued on Page 13-A
A Rehash of Old Guidelines
As the fourth wheel in a de-
fense establishment that some
believe doesn't have enough to
do as is. Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's Community Rela-
tions Committee has emerged
with a rehash of its old guide-
lines concerning elections. It
deems it apropos at this time, in
view of the ir^-oming Presi-
dential Preference Primary
scheduled in Florida on Mar. 9.
At first glance, the guidelines
would seem to be reasonable,
certainly, safe. But taken in the
context of our times, of the
reality of the Dolitical condition,
one of the wisest things the
CRC has done is to turn over
to its Domestic Concerns Com-
mittee, headed by Mel Morgen-
stern. the duty "to clarify our
thinking."
THE BEST suggestion to date
is to scran the whole business
because, like the Federal Elec-
tion Reform Act, it would seem
to be an unenforceable mess.
Some of you will recall that I
predicted the Supreme Court
ruling would be of no help, and
it isn't.
It should go without saying
that "Jewish leaders, acting in
their organizational capacities
past or present, should refrain
from activity in behalf of or
against anv candidate for any
political office" and that rule
should apply in other areas of
endeavor.
But one wonders if Big
Brother CRC hadn't better
l^ave that recommendation to
the organizations themselves to
discipline any leader who vio-
lates his trust in such a man-
ner.
THE REALLY stickv part is
that which reads "Jewish organ-
izations federations, welfare
funds, councils or general mem-
bership bodies should refrain
from any activity in behalf of
or in onrosition to any candi-
date for any political office,"
adding a lon list of proscribed
activities.
If the argument is that tax-
exempt organizations are bar-
red by law from participating
or intervening in an election,
either for or against a candi-
date, then the advice to tread
softly has some merit.
But, since "Neither Jewish
leaders nor Jewish organiza-
tions are restricted (by the
guidelines) from speaking and
acting on public issues of con-
cern to the Jewish community,
even when such conduct may
be interpreted as approval or
criticism of nositions of candi-
dates for political office," as
far as I am concerned the door
is wide open for even tax-
exempt organizations to support
or oppose a candidate on sound
grounds.
THE CATHOLIC Church has
even nut uo a candidate for the
presidency under its "Pro-Life"
banner and makes no bones
about it. And if some Orthodox
shuls, that also feel strongly
about abortion on demand, feel
inclined to voice open support
of the lady or Gerald Ford or
Romld Reagan then let the gov-
ernment and not a self-consti-
tuted CRC do the prohibiting.
I am even willing retain-
ing the right to be critical of the
choice to let our organiza-
tions, synagogues, schools and
the like give their honorary
awards to people like Sen.
Henrv Jackson, Hubert Hum-
phrey, Ronald Reagan, Frank
Rizzo and other assorted types
in the midst of political cam-
paigns, bond campaigns, UJA
campaigns etc. All of which
thev have done and will con-
tinue to do, CRC Guidelines to
the contrary.
THE RATIONALE for this
point of view is that there are
far too many agencies official
and otherwise seeking to restrict
our rights to know and to speak.
This ranges from pipsqueak
judges who bar the press from
official proceedings in lower
courts and are upheld in higher
ones, government officials who
label their embarrassments ana
illegalities "secret," to officious
non government institutions
which seek to grasp power w
their own! little shtetl.
With oroper recognition of
the fact that International Rev-
enue can be used for political
-rfurposes, as we learned froro
The Watergate and subsequent
hearings, the CRC "Election
Guidelines" deserve little cor
sideration from institutions aw
agencies in the Jewish com
munitv which are indepenaen
of Federation and have w
right, not to say the duty,
make the kind of pag*
choices which reflect the vie
of their members.

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Histadrut Questions Austerity Measures
By TUVIA MENDELSON
JERUSALEM (JTA)
The Treasury and Histadrut
are locked in a dispute over
whether the government's
austerity economic measur-
es that take effect Apr. 1 will
or will not reduce the living
standards of Israeli workers.
Arnon Gafni, director gen-
eral of the Finance Minis-
try, insisted that Israeli fam-
ilies will not suffer a loss of
disposable income when the
new measures are imple-
mented. Histadrut officials,
en the other hand, claimed
that the living standards oi
4'J percent of Israel's tax-
payer will decline and pre-
dxtco widespread unem-
ployment as a result of the
6o\einmvjnl.'s economic pro-
gram.
THE FINANCE Ministry's fig-
ures wjrc arrived at by balan-
cing the rise in municipal and
other taxes and increased costs
for basic food stuffs resulting
from the reduction of elimina-
tion of government subsidies
against increased cost-of-living
allowances.
According to Gafni, a family
Peres' View
On Lebanon
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In Dispute j
Continued from Page 1-A |
ether population centers across \
the Lebanese lines.
THE ABSENCE of Lebanese
regular army troops from posi- (
tions along the Israeli border ;
came as a surprise to the jour- i
nalists and to some of their of- I
ficer hosts in view of Defense j
Minister Shimon Peres' state-
ment on an Army Radio broad- ]
cast that Lebanese units had re- .
turned to the border region
which they evacuated at the
height of the civil war last
month.
It was obvious that largs
stretches of the border reaion
are empty of troops, creating a
vacuum that the terrorists
might easily fill.
The discrepancy between Pe-
res' statement and the deserted
Lebanesi armv posts whs ex-
plained later bv the f""i ,l,nt
the Defense Minister w ""'*
understood when h". bMH '^"t
two of the three Leban*^" bat-
talions formerly s'-'ioiu-u in the
south had returned.
ACCORDING to M1 t r y
sources. Peres reported that the
Lebanese troo- s had returned
only to their '"tin ca^ns south
cf the Litan< W"r but not to
the border outnosts.
Gen. Raphael Evtn comman-
der of th v"tH,-n f>ont, told
a mcetine "f -""i^nal comman-
ders that i**"1 "nr-ir" along the
Lebane*^ sM- of the border
created n "?Mtvv imbalance
that r'*"H :TT*eased alert-
ness h" Israeli forces.
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IL 2.500 a month would gain
IL 17 or 0.7 percent in dispos-
able income after Aoril 1. A
family of six with the same
monthlv income would giin II.
47 and a family of eight, IL 81
per month.
Gafni explam^d that c.o.1. al-
lowances payable in April would
amount to 1.2 percent based on
price hikes of 16 percent since
last June.
They will amount to IL 224
on a monthly income of IL
2,000. In addition, he said, al-
lowances for children payable
bv the National Insurance In-
stitute which are based on the
c.o.l. index would increase by
16 percent.
ON THE other hind, national
insurance payments will in-
crease from 3.3 to 4.5 percent,
health institutions will have to
in~>-ta their rates by 60 per-
cent because of cuts in the
Health Ministry's budget, muni-
cipal taxes will go up by 60 per-
cent and water taxes by 18 per-
cent, the projected added value
tax will add three percent to
each family's tax bill, and the
reduction of subsidies will in-
crease the prices of subsided
commodities by an average of
about 30 percent.
However, Gafni contended,
even if there are no wage in-
creases in 1976, real income
after taxes will remain un-
changed compared to 1975.
Histadrut officials pointed out
that the Finance Ministry's es-
timates are based only on mea-
sures to be taken up to and in-
cluding April.
THEY DO not include future
increases in the cost of elec-
tricity and tuition fees. Tele-
phone rates will also increase
in April and according to the
Treasury's own estimates, will
add 1.2 percent to each family's
telephone bill.
HISTADRUT ECONOMIC CONFERENCE FOR ISRAEL
Economic Symposium & Continental Breakfast
Tuesday, Feb. 17th, 10 AM. Fontainebleou Hotel
1. "Israel's Economic Crisis" Hon. Zs'ev Sher
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2. "Planning For Our Maturing Years"
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"I was born 28 years ago.

Because Israel is such a young country,
we tend to think of all her people as being
young and strong. And fully able to take
care of themselves.
Not quite so.
Many of Israel's people are older than
Auschwitz and Buchenwald. Many of them
died emotionally and spiritually as they
personally suffered through the most
horrible years in all the history of man.
And yet, with the birth of Israel, many
of them were born again.
But now they face new dangers. The
dangers of poverty and hunger and neglect.
Because of debts from past wars and
the enormous costs of current defense
responsibilities, the people of Israel are the
most heavily taxed in the world. And so they
must look to us in America to provide the
economic assistance and social services so
many of her aged require. And deserve.
If we don't give everything we can to
help these elderly people in Israel, they will
surely suffer greatly.
But then, many of them already know
more about human suffering than any of us
can even imagine.
Support the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 1976 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. Give now..
4200 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Fla. 576-4000.
If you think all of our problems are solved, think again.
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State Dep't. Takes Neutral Stand
BY JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA)
The State Department appeares
to be adopting a neutral stance
between the Israeli claim that
Arab refusal to recognize a
sovereign Jewish st ite was the
CO v ot the Middle East conflict
cirri th" view expressed by some
U.S. officials that the Palestin-
ian issue was the heart of the
matter.
The department also professed
to have no information on sev-
eral reports from the Middle
East that would directly affect
Israel's security.
RESPONDING to a question
by the Jewish Telegraphic
Agencv department spokesman
John Trattner said he could not
confirm b disnatch from Damas-
cus published here that between
1,0(10 to 1,500 North Viet-
namese, North Korean and
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Air for Anti-Semitism
AMSTERDAM (JTA) A six-part television serial
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Dutch Roman Catholic broadcasting organization KRO just
be ore the first installment was to go on the air.
The decision to cancel was attributed to protests from
;:h and other circles who claimed that instead of
anti-Semitism, the constant repetition of anti-
ic 1 em irl< 1 might foster it.
,., reseive" journalists protested the cancella-
tion on S that the public should be allowed "to judge
t itself." The journalists expressed opposition to "Jewish
irship."
The serial, titled "On in the Family," was written by
i British playwright Johny Speight, and Dutch TV quiz-
master Berend Boudewijn. Production took two years, and
each installment cost 40,000 guilders.
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Cuban troops are presently in
Syria along with some 3,000 So-
viet military advisors.
Trattner also said he had no
information that King Hussein
summoned 15 West Bank lead-
ers to an urgent meeting of the
Jordanian parliament in Am-
man.
Asked about reports that the
U.S. hs ni" icted the sale of
six c-130 military transports to
Egypt, Triitner replied that "at
the time of the Sadat (President
Anwar Sadat of Egyot) visit we
said we would consult congress
before selling military equip-
ment to Egypt.
"IT IS true that thp Egyptian
government would like to pur-
chase C-130s. but no U.S. gov-
ernment decision on a supply
relationship with Egypt will be
taken without thorough consul-
tation with conQiess."
It was recalled that during
Sadat's visit here last October,
a State Department official had
told re ><"t rs that the Egvnthn
leader brought a weapon shop-
pi::" list to Washington.
Asked bv the JTA to comment
on Premier Yitzhak Rabin's
statements here last week that
Arab refusal to recognize Israel
was the main source of the
Arab-Israeli conflict and the re-
cent testimony by Assistant Sec-
retary of State for Near East-
ern Affairs I'arold Saundcrs
that it was a Palestinian ques-
tion. Trattner replied: "I don't
think either one of these conies
first."
Tennis Star
Sounds Off
About jews
BALTIMORE- (JTA) The
Baltimore Jewish Council has
accusW Die Nastase, the Ruman-
ian tennis star, of an anti-
Semitic remark during a tennis
match here last week and asked
the United States Tennis Asso-
ciation to take "appropriate dis-
ciplinary action" against the
athlete.
accused of say-
in;; "there are too many Jews
hen n he become upset,
during a game in the interna-
tional indoor tennis champion-
1 in CatonsviUe, Md., by the
vocal support from the
audi nee fa >onent, Har-
1 ; Spring,
a Jew.
MARK p. Coplin President
Of the Council the "anti-
Semitic remarks and actions"
at the com repugnant
to v is. Coplin said
the C01 n a letter to
tennis j > /on as'Cng
for a." in ition and dis-
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Newsmen React to Rabin 'Shir
VS. Seeks Soviet

By TUVIA MENDELSON
JERUSALEM (JTA)
The comments made by a
senior source in Premier Ra-
bin's entourage in Washing-
ton remains a subject for
severe criticism and com-
ments.
In a very critical edito-
ria' "Ha'aretz" writes that
"there is nothing new for
Israelis m the fact that the
present Prime Minisier is
not adverse to 'stihping' the
Minister of Defense/'
The newspaper adds: "But
never before has he directed
Homosexuals
In Israel's
TV Spotlight
Continued from Page 1-A
liberalizing Israel's strict laws
proscribing homos _'\ual acts.
Ms. Shulamit Alonl, of the
leftist Ynad faction, declared
that tin- liws must be changed
because homosexuals have the
-same right as ?," citizens to fol-
low their own lil --1 in priv-
ate wRTHSnr ffiST of bM^',nT*rr!
and loss of jobs.
She rejected the Chi1
of tha psvehiotiists thai
sexuality was a d
v -di Lia Beeri, ol i.
wing L;sud faction, said I
wouM fight ag : sing
the lav :e he beli
that ili:
ual acts would b it they
were i good thing" and per-
missible.
I. ANGEL, an ad ti tomo- j
sexual who participated in the
discussion, disclo&d for the
first time that an oi ion
exists in Israel fo I ':>!s
and lesbians. During the c u
of the program, unverified re-
torts were mentioned that about
ve percent of Isr lei's n ale
population was homosexual.
Th e no
number of I m homosexuals
in the country.
One th lials who
decline:! to be i iShtfficd, al-
leged that he ha ised
by bullie and ,: '''ice. A
senior i lice offi ap-
peared on the progra ri said that
on the recom ro i lation of the
Attorney General, the la
against homosexuality were
hartilv ever enforced.
THE PROGRAM CO d a
li' mjn ne taped with
rep : ntati elis on the
subject which in li d wide-
spri ublic and
regarding homosex-
uality.
A sons
ould re-
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rent a n
Tli ......im also included a
BBC on homosexuality '
whi (Oted a religious mar-
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male homosexuals.
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destructive criticism at the
Defense Minister in public
and while abroad."
"HAARRl'Z" maintains that
it was difficult to enviBag-* a
gr-at^r harm to the credibility
of the Israel government in the
eyes of the U.S. administration,
Congress and public.
The paper then remarks: "We
are now given to understand,
moreover, that the entourage is
'ag'tat^d' o^-er the enraged echo
raised in Israel bv Mr. Rabin"s
words. The oublic sin of lack
of national r monsibilitv and
s^ia'mng a c^l'^ague," writes
"Ha'arft7." "has been com-
pounded by the crime of hypo-
crtrhral prepense."
The paper states that "this is
no wav for the Prime Minister
to conduct th.- state's affairs."
"Davar"' which is a Labor
Party daily, says in an editorial
that the remarks att-ibuted to
a s-nior source "both their
timing and the place chosen to
say them arouse, at the least,
great astonishment."
ASSERTING that the image
of an Israeli leadership speak-
ing in tvo voices is one damag-
ing result of publication of re-
marks such as those attributed
tn the "senior source, the
paper concludes by say-
ing that remarks attributed to
the senior source have not been
deni"ii. "but they require clari-
fication. It is nossible that the
clarification will place them in
different light."
Meanwhil" cabinet ministers,
and oaiti-ulqrlv Shimon Peres,
Defense Minister, refuse to
make anv comments regarding
the remarks of the senior
sourc<*. l)nuty Yigal Allon said
on a TV interview that the re-
marks w -re brnng discussed
now that Rabin has returned to
Israel
IT SHOULD also be noted
that there were several articles
In some of the articles mainly
criticizing the Prime Minister.
In some of the artcles mainly
by Israeli journalists in the U.S.
there were insinuations that the
Prime Minister was tired and
exhausted at the briefing when
the remarks of the "senior
source" were made, and that
the tension was well reflected
on Rabin.
Those who were responsible
for h;s schedule in the states,
wrote one prominent nressman,
w^re inconsiderate. He should
have been given time to rest,
it said in the article.
Aid in Locating 1
Nazi War Criminals
WASHINGTON (JTA) Rep. Joshua Eilberg
(D., Pa.) reported that the State Department has in-
formed him it has formally asked the Soviet Union to
cooperate in locating witnesses to crimes said to have
been committed by alleged Nazi war criminals now
living in the United States. He said that the U.S request
was delivered last week to the Soviet Foreign Ministry
in Moscow.
Eilberg, chairman of the House Subcommittee on
Immigration, Citizenship and International Law, said
55 persons are on the United States who have been
accused of perpetrating crimes during World War II.
He wants the U.S. government to take action
against them.
Noting that "We have been trying for almost three
years to get the State Department to take this action,"
of asking Soviet help, Eilberg recalled that on his visit
to Moscow last May, "the Russian officials premised
me that our government would have full cooperation
without any reservations."
He said that "now it is up to the Russians to honor
their commitment and to prove that their word is good,
at least in this area."
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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 elderly people consider
themselves lucky to eat anything for dinner
three times a week.
That's how bad it's become. Inflation
has destroyed the purchasing power of
people trying to squeeze out enough for
medicine, rent, food and clothing on
Supplemental Social Security Income of
about $5.26 a day.
Trying to live on that amount of money
can break your heart. And your spirit. And
even your will to live.
For some of us, it's a matter of inflation.
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Move to Rename
Street Across UTS
As 'Zion Square"
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
NEW YORK (JTA)
A public hearing by a City
Council committee to re-
name a street across from
the United Nations as Zion
Square drew nearly 20 per-
sons speaking in its favor
and only two against. The
Parks, Recreation and Cul-
tural Affairs Committee,
which deals with street name
changes, will act on the
proposal later, but approval
by the full City Council is
expected since Council Pres-
ident Paul O'Dwyer and 40
of its 43 members have en-
dorsed it.
Councilman Henry J. Stern
of Manhattan, who introduc-
ed the measure last Novem-
ber after the United Nations
adopted the resolution equat-
ing Zionism with racism,
moved that Zion Square be,
located on the west side of]
First Avenue between 42nd
and 43rd Streets in front of
the Isaiah Wall.
HE CHANGED the location
from his original designation
three blocks north after the
New York Citv Commission for
the United Nations had ob-
jected, citing among the reasons
that two maior firms would
have to change their stationery.
Mrs. Frances Loeb. New York
City Commissioner for the UN,
No Need
To Talk
To Jordan
Continued from Page 1-A
danian option" by which the
Palestinian issue would be set-
tled in the context of Israel-
Jordan negotiations.
According to the reports,
President Ford said the U.S.
would feel out King Hussein on
this plan when the Jordanian
ruler visits Washington in
March.
Meanwhile, Peres disclosed
that the Lebanese army has re-
turned to its former positions
.in southern Lebanon near the
Israel border which it had
evacuated during the height of
the Lebanese civil war last
month.
HOWEVER, according to Pe-
res, the Lebanese forces return-
ing to the region consist of
about two battalions, one less
than before their evacuation.
He also reported that one of the
Palestine Liberation Army bat-
talions that entered Lebanon
last month has returned to
Syria.
Peres said there are present-
ly four of the Syrian-sponsored
PLA battalions in Lebanon, con-
sisting of between 1,500 to 2,000
men without tanks or artillery, j
Nevertheless, Peres said, they
constitute a significant force
when added to the 10,000 Pales-
tinian terrorists in Lebanon.
PERES said the Palestinians (
were employed guarding the f
various refugee camps and
training depots during the Le-
banese fighting.
He said their presence did not
affect Israel and that there has
been no increase of terrorist
activity along the Lebanese bor-
der, although Israeli forces are
prepared for any eventuality.
said she approved the change
and that it also had the endorse-
ment nf Daniel P. Moynihan,
th^n U.S. Ambassador to the
UN.
Stern said the naming of the
street as Zion Square was an
"affirmation of New Yorkers'
resnect for the aspiration of the
Jewish neople for a national
homeland."
Councilman Walter Ward of
Queens, chairman of the com-
mittee, said that "speaking as a
non-Jew, when you attack Is-
rael vou attack all of us."
Speakers representing Jewish
orgflni'.ntions and themselves
as individuals applauded the ac-
tion as a means of answering
the anti-Zionist resolution and
of affirming support of Israel.
Jack M. Elkin, chairman of the
New York Metropolitan Council
of the American Jewish Con-
gress, said that "Zion Square
will demonstrate that the peo-
ple of the City of New York
repudiate and reject the UN's
Left to right are Congressman Jonathan
Bingham (D., N.Y.), Congressman Stephen
Solarz (D., N.Y.), Congressman Dante Fas-
cell (D., Fla.), Israeli Prime Minister Yit-
zhak Rabin and Congressman Ben Rosen-
thai (D., N.Y.) following the Israeli lead-
er's recent address to a Joint Session of
Congress. All of the Congressmen are
members of the House International Re-
lations Committee. Fascell, of Miami, is
also chairman of the Subcommittee on Po-
litical and Military Affairs, and has been
one of the strongest supporters of con-
tinued military and economic aid to Israel
in the Congress and the Committee.
condemnation (of Zionism)."
HE SAID the creation of a
Zion Square in New York will
be the answer to the Palestine
Liberation Organization's ter-
rorist bombing of Jerusalem's
Zion Square list fall. Norman
Kaish, a Queens resident, said
that he would provide all the
money needed for the change-
over so that thre could be no
c'ai^i that it was costing the
city monv during this time of
financial crisis.
The onlv opponents to the
measure were Dr. T. M. Mehdi.
secretary funeral of the Action
O^mittee on American-Arab
pl'ti"n thal. chairman of the American
Council on the Middle East.
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Hon. Ze'ev Sher
Economic Minister of Israel
in the USA.
ISRAEL'S ECONOMIC
CRISIS'
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ECONOMIC CON :E
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William H. Sylk
Prominent Zionist and
Community Leader.
CONITREN'CE CHAIRMAN
Sol C. Chaikin
President. International Ladm.
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Geneva, Quiet Diplomacy Only Road to Peace-Rabin
___________...~ __._..._.._. -r .:*..^ tr.. When Richard Holbrod
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA)
__Premier Yitzhak Rabin ot
Israel outlined tv/o "options"
toward a Middle East peace
settlement reconvening of
the Geneva conference or
"quiet diplomacy" to test
Arab intentions.
He also expressed satis-
faction over future U.S. arms
deliveries to Israel resulting
from his talks with President
Hussein Meets Ex-Deputies;
No Explanations are Given
JERUSALEM (JTA) King Hussein has sum-
moned 15 former West Bank members of the Jordan-
ian Parliament to an emergency meeting in Amman.
All 15 deputies were expected to participate in the
urgent meeting.
The Jerusalem Post reported that no explanation
was given for the meeting of the 15 deputies who were
pensioned off early last year after the Jordanian par-
liament was dissolved.
THE PARLIAMENT was dissolved in retaliation
for the Rabat Arab Summit, which acknowledged the
PLO rather than Jordan as the claimant to the West
Bank.
According to the Post's report, the West Bank
deputies were significantly recalled to Amman after a
surprise visit which Jordan's Premier Zaid Rifai paid
on Syrian President Hafez Assad in Damascus.
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Ford and bitterly deplored
the absence of protest in the
UN Security Council over
the slaughter in Lebanon
while it was dealing for two
weeks with "the nonsense
of the so-called PLO."
RABIN made his remarks on
NBC's nationally-televised "Meet
the Press" program.
Kis aooearance there was
marked by dramatic exchanges
with an arch critic of Israel,
s'ndicated columnist Rowland
E8ns of the Chicago Sun-
Times, who challenged Rabin
over Israel's air raids on ter-
rorist bases in Palestinian re-
fugse camps in Lebanon and
the Premier's contention that
the refusal of the Arab states
to recognize Israel is the core
of t'ic Arab-Israeli conflict.
Evans asked whether what he
claimed was the $833 that U.S.
taxpnvers are providing every
Israeli could have a "backlash"
in this country.
The Premier responded that
he could not "nretend to an-
swer from an American point
of view." He observed, how-
ever, that American support of
Israel brought the U.S. "certain
achievements that served Amer-
ican policy."
HE CITED as an example
Egypt's change of attitude to-
ward the U.S. which, Rabin said,
served a "vital interest" of
American policy. He added that
"without a strong Israel" the
U.S. could not have brought the
Arabs into a more favorable
policy toward this country.
When Evans asked "by what
right" docs Israel presume to
use American weapons to attack
Palestinian camps in Lebanon,
Rabin replied that "for the out-
self-defense that is respected
all over the world."
He said, "We attacked bases
that carried out all kinds" of
atrocities against Israel. Rabin
then told Evans that in the last
10 months. 10.000 people were
killed and 20,000 were wounded
in Lebanon.
"THE CHRISTIAN communitv
was forced to accept the terms"
of the Moslems. "I never heard
you saying any word about it,"
Rabin told the columnist.
Referring to the Palestinian
refugees, Rabin pointed out that
the Arabs refused to accept the
UN partition plan when Israel
was formed, "and now they
claim to be suffering from a
war they began."
He said to Evans, "Turn,
please, your question to those
who were responsible for it"
(the war).
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/Voider if,
Ijabor Zionist A/iiuiici'.
Prtndent. Sational Committee
for Labor Israel
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MUSICAL SALUTE TO ISRAEL
When Richard Holbroofk. of
Foreign Policy Magazine, asked
the Premier moments later
whether the changes in Leba-
non pose a threat to Israel.
Rabin replied that "for the out?
side world" the Lebanese strife
serves as a warning "because
Lebanon was the only one
among 17 Arab countries in
which Islam is not the official
religion."
HE SAID the effort to force
the Islamization of Lebanon
"serves as a warning to us,"
and "we have to draw a lesson
from that."
Rabin added that it is "too
early" to tell what the final de-
velopments in Lebanon hold for
Israel because at present Syria
"won't dare to make a move
hostile to Israel." But "in the
longer term, the change (in Le-
banon) won't be favorable to
Israel," Rabin said.
Towards the end of the pro-
gram, Evans challenged Rabin's
view that recognition of Israel
by the Arab states is the core-
cf the Arab-Israel situation. He
noted that Assistant Secretary
of State for Near Eastern Af-
fairs Harold Saunders had testi-
fied that the Palestinian issue
is the heart of the matter.
RABIN reDlied, "I don't ac-
cept Saunders' concepts, and
there are people in the Admin-
istration who know better tha
he." When Evans asked, "He
(Saunders). does not sneak for
Kissinger?", Rabin retorted, "I
don't have any evidence for
that."
Secretary of State Henry A.
Kissinger has dismissed Sau
ders' testimony of last Novem-
ber before a Congressional com-
mittee as "academic" but has
not precisely disavowed it.
During questioning on U.S.
military aid for Israel (Rabin
was reminded that the Defense
Department and the CIA have
praised Israel's fighting ability.
The Premier replied, "We need
more than compliments. We
need hardware."
HE NOTED that for each tank
the U.S. delivered to Israel, the
Soviet Union delivered 45 tanks
to four Arab countries. He said
the CIA and the Pentagon esti-
mates of the military balance
of power in the Middle East
were wrong because "they ex-
cluded the Jordanian army from
any calculations."
Hill Doesn't
Dig Soviet j
Politics-K. }
Continued from Page 1-A
linked U.S. trade benefits to the
Soviet Union to Soviet emigra-
tion policy.
"The human rights issue is a
matter of deep and legitimate
concern to all Americans," Kis-
singer told a meeting of the
Commonwealth Club of San
Francisco and the World Af-
fairs Council of Northern Cali-
fornia in San Francisco.
"BUT THE Congressional at-
tempt to link it openly with eco-
nomic relations without subtlety
or understanding of Soviet po-
litics, both deprived us of eco-
nomic levers and sharply re-
duced Soviet emigration.
"Other industrial countries
have stepped in to provide
credit and technology with less
concern for the objective of in-
ducing political restraint which
we had envisoned."
This parawaoh was sand-
wiched in Kissinger's 16-page
discourse on U.S. policy toward
the Soviet Union in which he
noted that "the catastrophic na-
ture of nuclear war imposes
upon us the necessity that
transcends traditional concepts
of diplomacy and balance of
power."


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JUDAH SHAPIRO
WILLIAM SYLK
MOE LEVIN
Histadrut Confab
Opens on Beach
This Weekend
Continued from Page 1-A
era Uni In ILGWU); Ze'ev Sher,
Israel's economic minister to
North America; and Yaacov
Cohen, the Histadrut's Amer-
can t iry.
The importance of the $40
million milestone, the cumula-
tive total of commitments since
the Histadrut Foundation was
founded 15 years ago, is under-
scored by the specific use to
which these commitments are
being put, to finance the vast
network of Histadrut's social,
health, education and welfare
programs which serve the needs
of more than 70 percent of Is-
rael's population.
THE OPENING session, Sun-
day at 7 p.m., will feature a
keynote address by Dr. Shapiro,
who is also president of the
Labor Zionist Alliance. Greet-
ings on behalf of the State of
Israel will be extended by Is-
raeli Consul General Nahum
Astar.
Chairman of the inaugural
assembly is Moe Levin, a na-
tional vice president and Flor-
ida chairman of the Histadrut
Foundation, who is also host
committee chairman for the
four-day conclave. Dr. Morton
Malavsky. rabbi of Temple B.'th
Shal .. Hollvwood. anl chair-
man "I the i!"1' South Broward
Council is hosl committee co-
chairman.
Misha Rnitzin. tenor with the
M t'opolitan On a In New
York, who recently emigrated
from the Soviet Uoieni will pre-
sent a musical salute to Israel
as part of Sunday night's pro-
gram. He will be accompanied
bv Israli composer-conductor
Samuel Fershko at the piano.
A MEETING of the national
board of djosctpra of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation will be
held Monday at 10 a.m. Dr.
Leon Kronish. soMtual leader
of Temple Beth Sholom, Miami
Beach. IHF national boaid
chairman, and Dr. So) Stein, na-
tional president, will preside.
Monday evening at 7 p.m., a
Yiddish-sneakinj reception will
be held in honor of Shimon We-
ber, editor-in-chief of The Jew-
ish Dailv Forward. New York.
An artistic program will be
presented bv Cantor Jacob Men-
delson, of Beth Torah Congre-
gation, North Miami Beach, and
Yiddish humorist Herschel Gen-
del.
Max Glieberman, of Miami
Beach, regional seeretary-of the
Workmen's Circle, will offer
greetings. The Session will be
chaired by Morris Friedman of
Detroit, national treasurer of
the Histadrut lounaau.m.
A CONTINENTAL breakfast
and economic symposium is
slated for Tuesdav at 10 a.m..
with Hon. Judge William F. Ccr-
cone of Pittsburgh. IHF nation-
al honorary vice chairman, and
Pennsylvania Superior Court
Justice, serving as chairman.
The economic symposium will
-be broken into two parts: "Is-
rael's Economic Crisis," featur-
ing Ze'ev Sher, and "Planning
For Our Maturing Years," with
Dr. Stein and Judge Herbert S.
Shapiro, of Miami Beach, a na-
tional' board- member of IHF.
Judge Shapiro will discuss "Es-
.tate Planning feraJtowcowers to
Florida," while Dr. Stein's tonic
.will be "Financial Planning."
At 4 p.m., Tuesday, a recep-
tion for the Canadian Histadrut
Development Found'tion will be
held. Louis Achbar, Histadrut
Canadian chairman, will pre-
side.
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si ins are free, but advance res*
ei 'ations must bi made thn
the Histadrut office 420 !.:
coin Road, Suite ^9, Miami
Beach; Ren Zion Steinberg. IHF
So'ith Florida eteeurive dine- '
tor. is coordinating the confer- !
ence. Administrative director of '
the Histadrut Foundation Is
Harry M. Lipsius, of New York.
Highlight of the Histadrut 1
economic conclave will be the '
awards banauct Wednesday, at ,
6:30 p.m. honoring Ambassador !
Dinitz. H" will recive the IHF ,
Fortv Million Dollar Award. I
Making the presentation will be
Sol C. Chaikin of New Yorl
PRESIDING at fie awards
banquet will be William H. Sylk, i
Of PhiladelnWa, IHF national
camnaign chairman who is also
serving as conference chair- I
man. Participants will include ,
Rabbi Kronish, Dr. Stein, and
Yaacov Cohen, who will be
greeted a8 new U.S. emissary
of the Histadrut.
A musical program featuring
Israeli soloist Lois Yavnieli will
) he presented. She will be
acenmnanied by Shmucl Fersh-
l.o ;it the piano.
Palestine State Would
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tion with the New York Board of Rabbis.
THE ISRAELI envoy noted that the West Bank and
Gaza were under Arab control from 1947-67 and there
was not one move to create a Palestinian state dur-
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TEL AVIV (JTA)
The Labor Party and a ma-
jority of the Likud opposi-
tion are in agreement with
leading Israeli jurists that a
Supreme Court decision or-
dering the return of Div and
Menahem Yondeff, ages 8
and 9, to the custody of their
father, Joseph Yondeff, of
West Berlin, must be upheld
and carried out.
The youngsters were
brought to Israel by their
mother in 1973 during di-
vorce proceedings in which
a West German court gave
their father custody. The Is-
raeli Supreme Court ruled
to uphold the decision of the
German court in the case in
accordance with the princi-
ples of reciprocity and co-
mity between nations.
THE DECISION aroused
fierce emotions in Israel, fur-
ther heated by the children's
bitter resistance to being placed
aboard planes for Germany.
Anonymous threats were re-
portedly made against the lives
Redistricting Argument Slated
Continued from Page 1-A
Court of Appeals upheld the
redistricting. The Supreme
Court has scheduled oral argu-
ments in the case for mid-
March.
ACTING under constraints
imposed by the U.S. Attorney
General under the Federal Vot-
ing Rights Act, the Legislature
set up several voting districts
in Brooklyn with a 65 percent
non-white and 35 percent white
population to make more likely
the election of the choice of
non-white voters. The District
Court "and the Appeals Court
upheld the redistricting because [
it was deemed to correct a
"wrong", committed against non-
white voters.
The UJO is being represented
by Nathan Lewin, a COLPA vice
president who is acting in a
private capacity, though COLPA
assisted him in the District
Court and Appeals Court phases
of the litigation.
Lewin argued in his brief
that deliberate racial gerryman-
dering was unconstitutional.
Even if remedial racial district-
ing was ever proper, it was not
applicable in the Williamsburgh
case because, he contended,
there was no evidence of prior
districting either intentionally
or effectively abridging the
rights of Blacks or Puerto Ri-
cans to vote in the disputed
areas of Brooklyn.
HE AKGUED that the 1974
New York Reapportionment
Law, under which the redistrict-
ing was implemented, intro-
duced a racial quota concept
into the voting process and
must be nullified.
The joint brief declared the
meaning of the redistricting
was that, in protecting the right
to vote, "equal access to the
electoral process is no longer
enough" and that an election
must be held to produce a "pre-
ordinained" result.
Dennis Rapps, COLPA execu-
tive director, and Samuel Rabi-
nove, AJCommittee legal direc-
tor, were attorneys for their
organizations in submitting the
joint brief.
of pilots and the families of
pilots who would fly the Yon-
deff children out of Israel.
Threats were also made
against the life of their father
should he come to Israel to col-
lect the youngsters.
An El Al pilot reportedly re-
fused to take the brothers on
his flight to Germany because
of "the general atmosphere" and
"personal reasons." The young-
sters were put off a Lufthansa
ll'jjjlt after they allegedly kick-
ed~and scratched flight person-
nel and passengers.
A GROUP of leading jurists,
headed by Prof. Daniel Fried-
man, dean of the Tel Aviv Uni-
versity law faculty, and Prof.
Amnon Rubinstein, issued a
statement charging that de-
velopments in the Yondeff case
indicated that Israel was be-
coming a "state of anarchy
rather than of law."
They specifically accused Re-
ligious Affairs Minister Zevu-
lun Hammer of the National
Religious Party, the militant
Orthodox Gush Emnnim move-
ment, and other right wing ul-
tra-nationalist groups of incite-
ment to undcrminp the authority
of Israel's supreme court.
The court has removed the
children from their mother and
placed them in a youth hostel
in Natanya under police guard.
A social welfare officer who
visited them said they were in
"good spirits."
LABOR AND Likud members
of the Knesset with the ex-
ception of some Herut mem-
bers of the Likud faction
spoke in favor of the court's
decision.
But they also supported an
amendment to the present laws
governing the custody of minors
that would make the welfare of
the children the decisive factor
in conflicts with a judgement
by a foreign court.
The issue facing the Knesset
is whether the amendment
should be made retroactive
in which case it could nullify
the supreme court's ruling or
whether it should not be made
to apply to the Yondeff case.
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rouble is We Don't Ask Any Questions
Continued from Page I-A
fed. he will be picked up
flown there by a special
Jinese plane sent to California
that specific purpose.
THE TROUBLE with most of
is that we never do ask
arly enough questions of our
Jblic servants or of those in
public eye entrusted with
best interests of others
le corporate executives or
kposed Presidents.
[Note the arrogant "explana-
ons" of Earl Butz about his
outhern Railroad junket, for
sample, or of Lockheed's Pres-
ent Kotchian to the Church
ommittee, which ought to have
linri'.'d his ears back for con-
empt but simply ho-hummed
i stead.
Neither is our lackadaisical
Ittitude toward the larcenous
unfilled to the high halls of
lovernment either.
A YOUNG Jamaican came
^o me recently, asking for my
jssistance to fill out his annual
jlien registration questionnaire
locumenting his whereabouts
\n the country during the pre-
ceding year and his place of
employment. It was a relative-
ly simple matter, and I obliged,
it the same time wondering
fhy he couldn't do it himself.
In "gratitude," he told me
fthat he went to register as a
voter in a North Miami Beach
precinct the other day. When
he was asked his political pref-
erence, he replied: "I want to
be able to vote for President
Ford's party." (That kind of as-
tonishing intelligence was an
astonishingly good match for
his inability to fill out the alien
registration card for himself.)
PROMPTLY, he reported to
me, he was enrolled as a Demo-
crat. That, whether by mistake
or deliberate intent, was vicious
violation enough of his wishes,
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which were illegal in the first
place, and the honesty of the
American political process as
an afterthought.
But what makes it even
worse is that no one asked him
for proof of his citizenship,
which of course he does not
have because he is not a citi-
zen.
And so, this young alien, un-
qualified by the laws of the
land, if not by his ignorance
of the political affiliation of his
"presidential preference," will
be voting that preference in the
November election anyway.
WHEN, stunned, I repeated
this story to an office executive
of many years' acquaintance,
she replied laughing: "Well, in
Southwest Miami, where I live,
I recently registered because I
had not voted in an election
Labor Seeking New
Partner in Coalition
JERUSALEM (JTA) A
large turnout of Labor Party
ministers at the national con-
vention of Poalei Agudat Yis-
rael (Aguda's junior partner in
the "Torah Front") caused spe-
culation here that Labor was
seeking to woo Poalei Aguda
back into the coalition.
The two Knesseter party
served in several coalitions in
the fifties and sixties, after
Aguda had seceded from the
government on the issue of
army service for women.
FOR POALEI Aguda to re-
turn now, however, would mean
the end of its "Torah Front"
with Aguda, the electoral bloc
set up before the last Knesset
elections. (Aguda has three
seats, Pai two).
Justice Minister Haim Zadok,
in his greetings to the conven-
tion, held at a Jerusalem As-
sembly Hall .spelled out La-
bor's longings:
"We've always seen you as a
nattural coalition partner," he
told the Poalei Aguda delegates
from around the country.
LOOKING on approvingly as
Zadok made this observation
were acting Premier Yigal Allon
and several other labor minis-
ters.
Poalei Aguda's veteran lead-
er, Knesseter Kalman Kahane,
took the opportunity to attack
the new chairman of the confer-
ence of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations,
Reform Rabbi Alexander Schin-
dler, for his statement that the
conference would now become
more independent of Israeli
guidance.
Kahane, in the keynote ad-
dress, bewailed the decline in
religious values in Israel. He
praised his own movment for
its pioneering zeal in creating
new settlements which were
conducted along strictly Ortho-
dox lines.
Prayer Banned on Mount;
Forbidden to Orthodox Jews
Continued from Page 1-A
cently that the police acted wrongly when they broke
up a prayer meeting being held on the Temple Mount
by a group of Herut youths.
The Temple Mount, which rises above the Western
Wall, is forbidden to Orthodox Jews by halachic law.
But right-wing nationalist groups have periodically at-
tempted to hold prayer meetings on the site where
the Second Temple stood more than 1,900 years ago.
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during the past three years, and
I wanted to make sure I'd be
eligible in November.
"No one there asked me for
proof of citizenship either. In
fact, the whole community,"
she added, "is solidly Cuban, ]
and it's rare to hear a word of
English. Even the woman who
registered me spoke Spanish^
and when she saw I didn't un-
derstand her and switched to
English, I still couldn't under-
stand her."
Which suggests that there are
a lot of unqualified Cubans
around town who will be join-
ing the unqualified young Ja-
maican I know at the polls
come November.
ALEXANDER HAMILTON,
struggling against Thomas Jef-
ferson's supreme trust in the
integrity of the democratic
process, which Hamilton saw
as a threat to the survival of
American society, argued that
ultimately the democratic proc-
ess must fail because "the
people, Sir, are an ass."
Sometimes, grudgingly I must
agree witli Hamilton, particu-
larly when unqualified voters
will be casting ballots for pres-
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country anyway even if they
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t> ahull he Ntaled. ir the laim li
cured, the security shall 1,. descrlbi I
Tl" i.iim in' hiill ii IB er sufficient
''i ot Hi" elaliri I" H..........k io
':.. i hi ': 'i. i" ninil i i:r- i opy i"
personal repretu m:i
All persona Interested In Hie estate
to whniii
Blnlatratlon ha* been mailed art re.
qu I, WITHIN TliKEK JU'MHS
FRi'M'THE DATE OF THK I'll
PI HI.IL'ATION OF THIS NOTICE,
to file imy objection* they maj have
that hull,-nm-.- the vnliiHtg of the ......I'M vmM. the ni:ilili,-:il|..iiH of fin
P< il repr. .m.iiiv,. or the venui
oi juri-klietimi of the ii.url.
Al.l. I I.AKMS, DEMANDS*. AND
OH.ll'iTlovs JfOT si i FILED WAX
i IftEVBK H HIRED.
Date of the rtri I puMli ntlon Of
Ni 'l Administration: l-\-l.ruitrv il.
1971
BKNJ YV'V UiKK.'.IAX
- 'ersonal I:. |ii. ulHtlYS "I lln-
Kill. "I SOPHIE VHBl.MAN.
decel "i
A' i:xi:v i-"i.
PI -' 'XAI, l:|..r!:l'SK\i'AT.'\ K
MORTON M. UEIOEI.
2230 W .'.-I i- !inl.-i S i i
I, Plorldii .i '
By: lioMald Bmdle, ol founael
T. li ii"ii. -.1.
8 8-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 76-218
IN RE: ESTATE'U"
s^ I.VI \, t:i.:i:.ii.\ s
Or AOMINt6TJATIOf*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
NO. 75-7427 (15)
IN RE: ESTATE dF
ADUERff U H.I.I \M l.\ AIM',
I i...-i-M!-. 'I.
NOTICE OF -AwMIKJISTBATION
In Al.l. i i:i,sn.\s HAV Sti il AIMS -Tii ai.i, RKRBO.NS HAVING CLAIMS
K DEMANDS AOALNBT THE
I X I. AND Al.l. OTHER
I'EltSi ins I.N i.i:i:sti.|i IN THE
ESTATE;
V"i IRE HHRBEV NOTIFIES
that I hi Iblral i"ii of Hi. estate
: SV|,\ IA IIEH VI \X ...... .,... ,1. |-:|,
It .II Il !" lidillK ill the 'il-
u ourl f"i l i."l. < 'ounty, Florida,
1 the addfej .,f lii,'h
i- 7 \. i Flatler Street; .Miami,
i,i
. Matlvs >>f the
n.w;\ BERM \x whetae
addi. n ::.; | 'ollli A \ i nue, No,
The n.-iiii. and address of Hie
" anal I -i'i i -it.- -\ i attoi nej are
tel I, i Hi below.
All ...... hn\ n( n -i de-
.- nsi i in- aata le are -lulr.-il
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE ni" THE FIRST lMI'.l.l-
i ATII >N OK Tins NOTICE, to ill"
Uilll the i-li-ll, ni thl :il"'V<- r.-iir: 'i
v. riii.-n atati in. ii i.i any I hi oi di
in.,ml they iiiuy have, Bui h olalm iiiuki
be in u. Itlnv and mum In llfate the
l ."-is for t\u^ i*l;nii), the niinn- and n.i-
ol i!i< nreditor or his a^uni or
uti.'h'i.\ and iln amount claimed n
thl ii. '- in.I yi-l dUC I'M' ilatP
Win n il will become ilin shall In
eil. If Ihn clathl i^ tii.-il. I'n-
Ity shall i" deaorllii d. The claimant
ahall deliver BUfftclenl coplei of the
claim i" the clerk to enable the cli rk
to mall one copy i" each paraonaJ
i-niHtlvc
All persona Interen. d In tin- Mtate
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
m.-.iii-il in, n
quired, WITHIN THREE .MONTHS
ny of ihis Kotloe f A'l- FEIUJI IHE UATI-; (IP-I H-FrRBT
PI HL1CATION OF Tills NOTICE.
in file anj iii..ii.i-ii'ii!s they mar havi
Hi li.il^-ip, Hi, vnlidlij of the d,.-
..'i.-i-i- wilH the -in .llfli'Hiioiiv i.f thi
poraonnl reprcspmhtrre; or the venue
in- Jurladii'tlon of Hi,
AIL II ATMS. |iT AlANHS, .-, Ifl
OBJBCTIO.Ve Xi'T till FILED Wlt.l.
HE FORBVEl! I! kRItBD
f the TlrVl pdl \l allon of ihis
X"iii-e of Adminiatratinii: Ft-bruarv 6.
I 76.
HFX.TAMIX flBRMAM
As Personal Reprt>i> htatrve of tl
Estate of Sylvia Bermnii
ATTOIt s(-:Y FOll hEI.'Si iNAL
HEPHKSFNT \TI\ i:
TJUOUH AND BCHWAN :l"l Ariliiii- Godfrej Hoad
Miami lii-.v-li. Florida .Mil')-
I'lli-iu-: r,ll-67t7
1' .-IS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTIi'K IS HBRErTI rilVEN
the undersigned, deslrlnc i
hu.-i;irss u.iiUt-i tin
i:. mi -- uinJi-i Id.- ii, i;;,i,u
.'. BERTA BRASH. I'.ITIK at 14]
An-., Miami, Florida Intepda
name
in-1 .
-N THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA -
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 76-357
Division 35
': i-:STATi. i.'l-'
J- IP I'AW LET,
i '. .!- ,1
NOTICE TO CREDfTORS l;v SASlt'El LI IK AS
TO ALLPEItSONS HAVING CLAIMS '-j:;'H' S. DAVIs
tiun
-,-l-'i r said
iin- circuit i
! lorida
lil.ICK LVl^l
Vew
with Hi.. CIitIc-
im-I. Cow
IP-
OK DEMANDS AGAINST THE
V1IOVE 1ST \ 'I i: ami Al.l. OTHER
PERRONS INTERESTED IN
SAID ESTATE:
Oil AUK HEREBY NOTIFIED
ih.it ll. administration of the
i (Uteri \\ illlimi Kiini.|>, deceased,
i-M,- Number ifi-i-K?. is pending in the
un Court for i>.iii,- County, Flnr-
Ida, Prorate Division-, the addreaa of
la 7:: Went Flaxler street, Mi-
ami, Florida 33130, The personal rep-
for the estat. li i lorothea
i ...ii un.i The Jefferaor National
Bank of Miami Beach whose addreaaea
are 39t*0 m.-i Minn Avenue, Miami
i: i..| Florida and ::"i 41 snaet
Miami Beach, Florida, Tin- name and
addreai of the personal representa-
vi attorney are set forth belon
aii pcraona httvlua claims or de-
munds attainsl the astatc are required,
kVlTHW. THREE MONTHS FROM
THE HATK nK THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION of this -Mirrft:, i nra
ni. the cli rk of Ihi abawj courl a
written Htatement of any claim or de-
mand thej in i\ have, Badh claim must
be in wrltinR and tun i Indicate thd
i- the claim, the name and ad-
: in. creditor or his agent. ,.r
attorney and the amount claimed ii
Hi. i lalm Is lint j i i due, the date
whi n ii v. 11 become due ahall In- stat-
ed. If the eln-iii is contMlfent or un-
II luletrted Hi., nature of the uncertain-
ly mi.,11 in slated ii the claim i* se
i. iiu -i.-iii-liy ahall be described
Th, clalmajn shall dem-er tufttelem
opiet ..i the claim to the clerk i"
enul le the clerk to maM one 'eopfi tn
pei Rona] representative.
All ti.-rs.,iis In ten* ted In the estate
. .Hill n copy of Ihis Notice of Ad-
mlnlittratlon has been mailed are re-
noi-.'.l, I WITHIN THREE MONTHS
.i-M THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
' file n; i.i'j., lions they may have
- hull, nees the v:i!i.lit> of ihe de-
ini.-ill's will, Hi.- .iiiallfliiiiM.il.- of Hi.-
personal repres-nta(lvc, or the venue
r jurH*.li.'liiiii of ihe eiiurt
\:.K i I.aims. DEMANDS, a.\|i
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
Datv-of the flr-i hublloatton of this
of A'lininisln.iioi..: Pebruarji H,
1:76.
DOROTHEA KNAPF
s i-i. entatlve of the
Estate i.f Albert \'. Iinam Knapp,
ii. .. .i
By BTI'ART .1 MILLER
Trust ifflcer
Th.. Jeffi n ..:i Natlpnal Bank of
Miami i:.
it personal representative-ef Ihe
late ol Ubi h'llllam Knapp
eased
VTTORNBY Knit
PRESENT vTl I'ES
. [ft i:s"
i i lei a irenui Suite 60t
im Florida
.i;:--Hi4
2-is
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE-COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVtSIOF-i
- CASE-NOT-76-1W4
NOTICE OF SUIT
FRANCBB GRANT.
PetlUerier>vrifa
and
CJ VRBNCE GRANT,
i:. ~i...ii.i. oi iluxbund
TO: CLARENCE GRANT
(On CH RCH BTHBBT
ts ISSIMEE, FUililDA
>"i i LARBNCE GRANT, are
bereb] notified thai m Petition for
i lution ol alarrlaas has been Hied
- you and you are required to
i i ojiv ni yow Answer or Pi.-a.i-
i ... U) ili..- Petition .ni Petitioner-
\\ ,- attoi in i. Ronald i. I lavls,
i. i- \ ii; Blseayne Bulldlnr
la u i-:;ij;'..r sir.i.i. Miami, Florida
Phone 179-8861, and flla ih,.
-.-. u oi Pleading in ihe
on i e ni the Clerk of the Circuit
Court "ii or before the -7th day of
iy. I!i7). If you full to Un sn,
juiitrin.-nt by default will be taken
you for the rellel demanded
in the Petition i'i r Dissolution ..f Mar-
tlace.
Thui N ball be pul'llshed one*
ein-li \M-.-k for i.'Hr Mi- -.inspeulivw
Jewish Florldlan
j-. i.vi: AND ORDERED, :.i Miami
Dudi County, Florida, thl* 30th day
.- Jan 1976,
KHIIAIH) P. BRINKHR
Circuit cun
Dade County; FlofTdB
By: : FREDERICK
Deput) Clerk
(Circuit Court Pcvili
1/23-30 2 6-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKItKjn GIVEN that
il-. ninlii sicn, .1^ deslrffll I" .-ntiii.-..
i in.-s un.lei the i-i lii.i.ns mime
in If AGES, INC at 1790 N.E, IsS 81 .
x Mfaml Beach, Fla. SSltl Intends to
register -i.i.l i.:nne with the Clerk >!
tin- Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
.1 \i K OOl DSTETN, Prealdent
BABRY ii. SCHHEIBER, ATTV
|:l:K',Klt \ SCHHEIBER, ATTY8.
3020 N i: 163 Street
North Miami I-. nch, l-'l.-i. "::ir.2
2/ii-l:;-j'i-.'7
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRtfUlT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
D-ADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-3828
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN HE THE MARRIAGE OF:
MARIE 1 HERE8E i'i. WKE,
Pi i 1 Holler,
and
i olt.N'BIJCS CLAIRE. Respondertt
Tl l: Sir. ( ornelius Claire
Kesidem e I nkimw n.
Y.'l ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
-M for i >lai olutlon of Mai
.as been filed aRaihst you and
you are requli i to serve u copy of
\,.ur written defenses, If any, to it on
GLADYS (ll-JHSON, BSUQIRE, attor-
ney for Petitioner whose addreaa Is
li'i N.W. 13 Avenue, Miami, Florida
83138, (80S) S24-4555, and file the orig-
inal with the clerk of the above styled
court "ii or b ton March l", 197C;
otherwise n default iil be enteretl
jnsi you tor the relief demanded
in Hi. complain! br petition.
This notice shall be published nine
each week for four i-onsi utlvi weeks
in THE -IKW ISH l"l.i iRIDIAN
WITNESS m> hand am) thi seal "f
sin.I .-..un ul Miami. Florida "ii thll
at i-'.-i-i uarj l7(
RICHARD P. BR INKER,
As i lerk, Circuit Court
11.ni. i 'oiini v Florida
Bj B, LIPPfl
As ii.-mny Clerk
ill i '.-iii i Si ul"
.:i-ii|>h ilerson, Esquire
Stone, Soslchln A Koss, P \
mi X u. il' Avenue
M I'm, l-'l, 3312S (324-46551
AI in-ill for Petitioner
1-13-20-27
IN THE CIKCUIT COURT OF THE
IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
76-3788
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
l\ RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
IRENE MONAHAN NAYI'm l.li
and
'76
33
". 1. MAX l is IGAli ST ''HI.
ABOVE ESTATE:
i. -.- months from the time
of I first publication "f thla doiIi .
required to file vhli thi
i 'in un i ..in of 11 i.i" Couul) .
1 i'- i-iii. Ion, the address
A..-1 Flagler .-
''I.....la, .i written Btatemehi
ni am claim "i di imtnd you inav have
1die.....i Philip I'.vn -
IJBY, dedekei d.
Each claim musl be in writing nml
idicat. :i Is for the eialm,
m* in. I addn of the creditor
or his agent ." attorney, and the
mount Maimed, ll ihr .laim is rtdl
yet ilu. tin- date when ii will bi
due -hall be stated. If thi i
or unliquidated, the nature
of th. unoertaint) shall be Btal. a 7i
111. i : jrotl the Be. uriiv shall
i i-ribed, The claimant shall de-
Uvi Miifli-ir-nt roptM nf tlip-elatm-to
th. i :. rk ti, enable the clerk to mall
il BERTA IRA8II I) 'TIK
____________ 3-20-27
NOTICF UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NO-MOB IS HHNHIO -.1 K.\ -h ,
the Undersigned, doah .-. :.. .
in.'1, i ih. a -
'i'A i H'i 'i s, VISTA EYE CLI-
NIC, VISTA OPTICAL. VISTA 'i i .-:'
CENTER nnd VI! t ./K.
M4 E 25HI :-i"- eah In-
: li'h : r. glsti r in.-s
' tin Circuit
Ci ii.ii<. FMrMa.
.mux COSCUBl-A
I, 80
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
FtLE NUMBER 76-108
DIVISION J. GWYNN PARKER
I RE ESTATE I >F
U it IS P K l.KIX
I...-, |R. .|
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO AI r PERI ON8 H CVING i'I.aims
Oil DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ju> the ABOVE ESTATE AND M.l, OTHER
ol Dade PERSONS INTEItl STI L) IN THE
EST VI K:
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
CASE NO. 76-^639
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDSCTION DIVISION
'I !i--M*rW:i of
PEDKI
Ll'IS ESTHAD \ and
one oopy to each personal represents- FHBDHHWrNPA GtrNBAl i"/
Hve. ESTRADA '
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS XI IT X. ITK 'E Ti DEFEND Tl I
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
Dated January SO, L976
CLARA I'aukky
Ai P. n onal -. in ei itlve < '!"
Estate of PH ILIP r.\ WLEY,
i eased
i- IS J GRl \H\\ ERG, ESQ.
Attorney
Simon, Hays ilnmdwfir
tics Alasley Building
Miami,' Florida J3132
Telephone :i7i -(
I rsl published on February 6, l:76
2/6*11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTirB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under Ihe fictitious nnme
of NECKS APPEAL ai 3950 8 w S9th
Court, Miami, Florida 38156 Intends to
registdr said name with Ihe Clerk i.f
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
LINDA BARON
KOMMKL. ROGERS, I/>HBER
& SHENKMAX
Attorneys for Linda Baron
420 Lincoln Road, Suite r.ni
Miaml'Bcach, Florida 33139
i.i Gonsali / Estrada, ll -
49th Street, Brooklyn, New York 11220
l -.u are hereby notified thai u I
kliu i Final Judgment "f Ma
Dissolution, h.,s been filled
.-- ii. .a tins on/it. by vui ,-u
-
i .nm .1 I., file your Answei and or
any paper then to 1th the l l<
ih,- Court, and I
r on J.,s,-|)h C. i-.us-ii
NW 7Hi Avenu Miami,
Florida I 11 yi -n l a irtd our ,
nut later than March l'Mh 1976 other-
wise a 11. fault win be em
you.
DATED: January 28tn, i:;7, Miam
1 101 .1..
RK H VRD P, BRINKEH
Clerk Cii-.-uil Court
l y x. A. IIHT\ BI -. 11 c
6-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-2909
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
ALFONSO RAMON,
Petit Ii
and
ANA LUCIA R iMON,
administration "f lire .-Mate
is l- Kl BIN ile. eased
Number T6-103, | |n n,.- Clr-
' tilt Courl tor Dade County, I
Probal. Division, the addresf Of o hi.-h
I-- Dade County Courthouse, 7:: Weal
Flagli r Street, Man-., Florida The
III Kl I.l-.-s.-lil.-,l,v. of Ihl .
an ELLIOTT KLEIN whose address
Ced |i yyl ,-,,-_ ytaten I land,
X \. and BAHBAKA KLAVTST-BWJ
addreaa Is 31 8 Park Drive
1: un. i\ ill.., New Yi>rk. The num.- and
of the Persona] Representa-
tive! attorney are si l forth below:
All pergoio h.-.vlne elaHH* or ile-
nguliiNi tin ,i-.. retpjin .1
WITH'N THREE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THK FIRST PITH/l-
L'ATION OF THIS NOTICE, l- fil
with the tlerk of the above .-ourl a
Wrltti i cment of airr-ruKm or di -
m.,ml thoy maj hav. f. -i- eialm must
l" in wri( -a- and must IndWU-te Ihe
basis f..i 11.- claim, thi
I '.*. agent
attorney and the amount claimed, if
aim li not yt .lue. the date'
When ii will beewm* due hr>H he stat-
ed. If the i-la hi i i ,, pp.
liquidated ihe nature ot the ancertam-
I H the claim la se-
furod, I. iy ahrfll t d. nerllied.
ilmtnl shall .I. :iv. r aufl
"f ti e claim to
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
1\ RE: THE M VBRIAGE OF:
'. IRGINIA FRBYRE,
b'dHHon -.
and
l:\fT. FHBYRB,
Iti -i'"ii.l.-iii
Tt RAin, FREYRB
r,i Green street
Jamaica P.ains, Masaaohussetta
Vok ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
'! ii ction tor 1 Hsiolutlon of Mar.
filed age m you and
- u Hired ti erve
if any I., it im
ABB Kl iS9 ,- may tor Petlfli iin.
t'l n.w. 12th Ave-
nue, Miai Floi .mi. mi file the ortg*
l' Ut.....i of ih. above styled
"iii-i on "i i.. tore v h .'.th. l7j
faull will I,.- entered
' you manded In
I i|ila|i|| Ol pel '
lull i publli i iii once
toi four i "ii-.. .iin ,- vv eeka
in THE JEWISH FLORID! VN
M v'ESS my hand and the seal "f
I i-iii-t at Mian Flol Ida mi this
. 'ii day .i.um. rv. 19711,
RICH \:,|i P. BRINKBR,
As ci'-.-1, i 'ircult Courl
Da.1- County, Florida
Bj 8 JAFFE
1 11- ury i Ilertc
i' a ii11 Court Seal)
VBE KOSS
- N.W 12th Avenue
i I, i-
Auorn.-y i. r Petitioner
i ." 2 6-13-20
MICHAEL RICHARD V.Yl'OrEK
T"; MICHAEL KICIiAKl"
NATPOCER
c .' Mii-i.a.-' m x'a>pouer
743 6th Street
whit, hall, Pa I8i
YOU AKi: HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action toi I'.. lution "f Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you ai- required t serve n copy of
your written defenses, li any, to it on
I.AWRENCE I-:. HOFFMAN, attorney
tor Petitioner, whom addreaa Is 47
I. in."in l(..;iii. Suite 11 It, .Miami
Beai h. Florida 33139, and K!.- the orig-
inal with tin- ci.-i-k i.f thi above styl-
ed ..ou_rt on '-: before March 10, t? 7'".
otherwise a default will bi entered
-i you f..i the relief demanded In
the romplAlnt or petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal "f said
i "uri at .Miami. Florida, "ii Hie 4th
iiaj of February, 1976
RICHARD P. BRINKBR
As Clerk, Circuit < 'ourl
I lade county, Florida
By K. SNBKDEN
11 1'ii.y Clerk
lilt Court Seal)
________________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY ui\ BN that
ii undersigned, desiring to ongaga
in hiisn under the fl tltloui nami
IEO.MOND ENTERPRISES at 162
HI leah Fla 33012
I Id -in. with thi
' lerk of i ';i mi i 'ourt "f Dade
County. I'1-
SlhXiFRIED SUHWEDBR
- -13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GTVEN that
undersigned, desiring to i i---.iire
i business under thi fl tltioua namt
KNOTS n POTS a' 10M X W, 163rd '
' reel, Miami 33169 Inti nda to n
aid name with the Clerk of the i
Courl I Dad* CouuLy, Florida.
i.-vx StNRBR
1/23-86 2 6-18
the clerk to mil! ..n.i copy
- ich persoi : rei rei tatlVe.
All pel led In the
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVfcNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-2905
GENERAL JUrtlSDICTrON DIVISION
ACTION FOH DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAOK
IX REj THK MAKKIA.iK OF
Ll'IS K VAKI-!.\.
11 u banda
and
.MARIA 1 VAREI.A,
'I": .v,,KlA ; ', AREI.A
Pedro Vaidivia No, '
Apto
Santiago, Chile. SA>
>" IBE lli.i.l.liV NOTIFIED
the clerk "to I on d r Dhnolutlon ot Mar-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GD/BM that I
"a iin.I. r-ii,r.>.l. deslrlnjj'to enpsge
ler ih- fictitious namn
of I'KMVSl'lAii A R M A TI. H R
V\ORKS IN rKI(XATi,i\AK. I\c at
s' B 12 '!' : |.i Ka.i.l.r.lale,.
i-'i. 33S34 intends to register said-
' "" With ih Clerk of ih. Circuit .
..hit of Dade Cnuntv, PhVrldfi
.1 II. -li... Iim....
a Fla. Corp
.1. ffrey ll. Greene, Prhsident
LEVINE l!l.i KSON ft REED
Attorneys u 'applicant
I '-.'3-80 2/6-13
fill 't kg iin i you ami
required to serve a copy of
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE rR HEREBY GIVEN that
Hi- undefStgrred, ilenlrlnp to emwt-e
i" bust ruler the fictitious nnme
KINO'S li-'.II at HMfl Was-hi-neton
A Blatant Seerttary
CYPEN & NEVINS
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BICENTENNIAL BIOGRAPHIES
ones Came Here from France
[MAJOR BENJAMIN NONES lived in Bar-
fat, France, at the time the American colo-
b were seething against the repressive Brit-
ish. "Liberty, independence, rights of man .
Creatt'it (i|i!.i! ." these were heady words for
the idealistic Nones, heard from across the
iocean.
Hie was deeply impressed and influenced by
the example of young Lafayette who had out-
fitted his own ship in Bordeaux for sailing to
the aid ot the revolutionaries. Nones followed
and soon alter lancing in America, found him-
self in uniform.
HE FOUGHT in nearly all the battles of the
Carolina campaigns, including the sieges of
-Charleston and Savannah. His behavior in ac-
tion, his bravery and gallant conduct were of-
I.JIcialiv recognized and in due course he was
|-|Wai'ded with the rank of Major.
Legend has it that Nones commanded a
battalion of 400 men, fancifully called the "He-
brew Legion" either because of its leader or
its large number of Jewish enlistments.
Other legends have the Major as serving on
the staffs of Generals Washington, Lafayette,
DeKalb and Pulaski.
Major Nones settled in Philadelphia where
he became active in masonry and Jewish com-
munal affairs.
He served as president of Congregation
Mikvah Israel before and after the turn of the
19th century, and was official interpreter of
French and Spanish for the Board of Health for
the U.S. Government.
Tbi.- aptimde la reprwlaoed from "Honoring t"7<">
and FamotiN Jcwn in American Hi.-un-v." HpoDHored
liy Maxwell HojMe Coffee and copyrighted by the
.I"m-I>Ii .In. hi.. Organization, Inc., IH75.
READERS INTERESTED In receiving B copy,
together uiiii the lllumratlonn accompanying the cpl-
HoileH, may (H.-lld tluir nanu- ;iuil juIiIivm- with .'>" ceiMM
iii coin to Jtwltih-Amerloan Pa trio ti Mox 4488, Urand
Central Btatlnn, Xew York, N. v.. Iui7.
Jewish National Fund Plans
To Plant One Million Trees
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Jewish National
Fund plans to.plant one million new trees in the Negev-
Rafiah area during the current planting season which
began at Tu B'Shvat, a month ago.
At one site in the Rafiah area, local Bedouins
took part in Tu B'Shvat planting celebrations. The
are members of the Dahaniya tribe.
APART FROM tree-planting, JNF is investing m;
jor efforts in the Rafiah region in earth-moving worl
to give the young settlements in the area greater St*
bility and greater protection from the elements.
Further south, at Di-Zahav on the Eilat-Sharr
el-Sheikh road, the JNF is laying the infrastructure
for a skin-diving club intended to promote tourism to
this natural beauty spot.
Extortion Racketeers Exposed

Continued from Page 1-A
tion of information by two
young Knessetters, Labor's Mo-
she Shachal and Likud's Ehud
Olmert.
Shachal. 41, one of Labor's
promising young leaders, is a
Haifa lawyer and consumer pro-
tectionist who has extensively
invMtigated the extortion rack-
et in the area of fruit and vege-
table marketing.
HE DISCOVERED that the
prices of" vegetables and fruits
are artificially high because of
a lengths and intricate chain
Of middlemen between the
farmer and the consumer
that has evolved over the years.
Tha3)iddleman network is con-
trolled by a small number of
"bosses" who, according to
Schachal, use criminal methods
to assure their profits as exclu-
sive marketing channels.
Ehud Olmert, 30, toe youngest
Knesetter, has exposed crim-
inal activities allegedly control-
led by one family in Jeru-
salem's run-down Musrara quar-
ter. The police, while aware of
the facts (drugs, protection,
strong arm methods), could
never gather sufficient evidence
to bring the miscreants to
court.
OLMERT was able to con-
vince some IS Musrara resi-
dents to testify to the police
about their suffering at the
hands of the local bosses. Sev-
eral arrests followed. Olmert's
activities have forced the police
to admit that extortion the
English word "protection" has
now entered the Hebrew lan-
guage is a widespread phe-
nomenon concentrated mainly
in the big cities.
'No Confidence9 Motion Eyed
Over Rabin Slur in U.S.
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM(JTA)Many
Likud MKs were reportedly
having second thoughts over a
shasplv worded motion of non-
conpdence in the government
inMduced in the Knesset by
Haim landau of Likud's Herat
faction.
The MKs. among them Shmuel
Tanrir and others, fear that the
motion which has already been
published in the local press, will
forth"'- discomfit Premier Yitz-
hak Rabin.
The non-confidence motion
stemmed from remarks attrib-
uted to a "senior source" in
Rabin's n.-n-tv in Washington
that Israel's weapons purchase
list drawn up by the Defense
'Ministry for submission to the
U.S. was inflated and dishon-
ored the State.
LANDAU'S motion charged
that svteh remarks demonstrated
that th- Rabin government was
torn bv in'-rnal rifts and could
not fi'ii-tiiui ri-'v.v..-ti'- -".
ed the remark incalculably
harmful to Israel's interests.
Larrhu denied that he had
"leake'l" the contents of his
moti"i to the mess. He said
that after the story was pub-
lished he issued a statement
confirming and correcting the
leaked report.
Landau asked for a Knesset
debate on the matter.
REGARDLESS of the outcome
of the Likud challenge, Rabin
is expected to face a far more
BeriOUS storm from within his
own party where some of his
kev colleagues have been an-
gered and embarrassed by the
rpmarks on the weapons shop-
ping list.
Defense Minister Shimon Pe-
res, the chief target of the
criticism of the weapons pur-
ehfise li't. broV his sil'Tce on
the matter today. Speaking on
the Armv Broadcasting Service,
he sid the entire matter would
be discussed wh*n Rabin re-
turns from the U.S.
Olmert claims that some 30
major retail businesses in Tel
Aviv are run bv underworld
criminals who allegedly have
personal, connections with what
Olmert defines as "some re-
spectable public elements"
the textbook recipe for nascent
organized crime.
Most of the extortion money
paid by the merchants is be-
lieved to be black market money
on which no income tax was
paid. This fact along with
fear of reprisals accounts for
tbp failure of the victims to
take their plaints to the polia
MARKETS, transportation
sendees, illegal card and dice
clubs and some big stores arc
the main commercial branches
in which the extortion racket-
eering gangs are members of
families. Prof. Menahcm Amir,
of the Hebrew University crim-
inology department, recently
predicted that the extortion
racket may be on the decline.
The very fact that merchants
who have suffered blackmail in
silence for a long time are now
ready to testify may indicate
that they have summoned up
the courage to resist extortion
The immediate reaction.ruay bo
increased acts of violence by
the extortion racketeers.
But in the long run a firm
and resolute front adopted b? .
the merchants, and effective
protection of witnesses by thr
police, should still be able V
check and eventually defeat th(
underworld. The big question i
whether the police cm. in f-\c4
provide the necessary protec
tion. Police prectiRfl has d>
clined as a result of the. %w
cesses of Olmert and Shachal
People wonder why the nolle
with their large budget an
sophisticated facilities hav
fail) d. where two voting Kn v>
seters have succeeded so im
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dfeWJlSll FlOridiaill 'Daughters of the Revolution'
Miami, Florida Friday, February 13, 1976
Section B
CAJE President Sees Need
To Intensify Jewish Education
The Miami Coral Gables
Chapter, American Society for
Technion, Women's Division,
Intensification of Jewish edu-
cation on a broad community
basis is seen as the major thrust
for the Central Agency for Jew-
ish Education by its newly elect-
ed president, Owen (Mrs. Mor-
ton) Weinberger, Jewish com-
munal leader.
"Both short- and long-range
planning are necessary to es-
tablish priorities in Jewish edu-
cation for our community," said
Mrs. Weinberger," in such areas
as expansion of the Judaica
High School program, recruit-
ment and in-service training of
teachers, elementary Jewish
education, Jewish education for
the special c'lild, year-round
camping programs, and a host
of other proiects necessary for
our community."
Mrs. Weinberger has estab-
lished a series of committees of
the board of directors of the
CAJE. including groups on long-
range planning, personnel prac-
tices. Judaica High School, In-
stitute for Jewish Studies, li-
brary services. Jewish special
education and others.
"While we are justly proud of
the progress made in the last
few years, since the reorganiza-
tion of the CAJE, the need to
establish an organic Jewish
education program for all levels
of the community cannot allow
us to remain on a plateau of
achievement," said Mrs. Wein-
berger.
The Weinbergers have long
been active in the Bth David
Congregation. Mrs. Weinberger
has h-ld a number of leadership
roles in the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, and is coch.-.i.
ladv of the planning and budget
committee of the Federation
and parliamentarian of the
Women's Division.
SHE SERVED as South Dade
GWEN WEINBERGER
Campaign Coordinator, as area
board chairlady and as vice
president of the CJA Campaign
for the Women's Division. She
has also been an active mem-
ber of the National Council of
Jewish Women, Hadassah. ORT
and the American Jewish Con-
gress.
A native of Philadelphia, Mrs.
Weinberger received her Ba-
chelor's d"gree in education at
Temple University and taught
for a number of years in the
Philadelphia area.
The board of directors which
will guide the Central Agency
in the coming year include
Michael Adler. Albert Beer,
Helene (Mrs. Adolph) Berger,
Jerome Bienenfeld, Elaine (Mrs.
Philio) Bloom. Dr. Norman
Jewish Home Auxiliary's
February Birthday Party
Greater Miami Women's Aux-
iliary, Jewish Home and Hospi-
tal for the Aged, will hold its
monthly birthday party at Doug-
las Gardens on Sunday. Feb. 22,
at 2 p.m.
Libby (Mrs. Samuel) Rost,
life member and life trustee of
the home, who is celebrating
her birthday that day, will host
this annual event as she has
done in previous years. She
and Shari (Mrs. Lawrence) Sil-
verman, president of the Aux-
iliary, will extend greetings to
all the residents celebrating
their birthdays in February.
Frances (Mrs. Louis) Makov-
sky, program chairman, will
present the Italian tenor Tony
Simons.
The group will hold its
monthly luncheon meeting on
Tuesday. Feb. 24, at noon at the
D-lano Hotel. Mrs. Silverman
will preside and Mrs. Makovsky
has planned entertainment by
Gil-Mar.
Reservations must be made
early with Anne Tanenbaum or
Hennv Jaffee.
learning experiences In
summer programs for adults
israel/america ULPAN: 8 week Intensive Hebrew study
at Ulpan Akiva.
university seminars: 3 to 6 weeks; credit courses; field
trips; lectures.
PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS INSTITUTE: 5 week seminar
(in English) examining cultural development; Israel s social,
economic, pol'tical and educational problems.
BIBLE SEMINAR: 3 weeks; field trips, lectures; Biblical
origins ol present day settlement and culture problems.
Foi further Information on thest anSother p'oa-tmt con::
WORLD ZIONIST ORGANIZATION
\ A^n Department of Education & Culture
V VLW 515 Park Avtnu, N.Y.C. 10022.
(212) 752-0600 Xt. J4/3M ____
Bloom. Jesse Casselhoff. Ed Co-
hen. Dr. Samuel Ersoff.
Also Alfred Golden, Nanci
(Mrs. Michael) Goldstein, Moses
Grundwerg. Abraham Grunhut,
Charlotte (Mrs. Charles) Held,
Fran (Mrs. Burton) Levey,
Phyllis (Mrs. David) Miller,
Stewart Mirmelli, Sharon (Mrs.
Stewart) Mirmelli.
And Cornelia (Mrs. Alvin)
Philipson. Adria (Mrs. Robert)
Rasken, Arlen-* (Mrs. Jack> Ro-
enthal, Val (Mrs. Morton) Sil-
berman, Howard Scott, Maxine
(Mrs. Kenneth) Schwartz, Levi
Soshuk, Miriam (Mrs. Robert)
Wolf.
Also Leonard Zilbert, Rich-
ard Zimmerman. Joan (Mrs.
Manuel Bergman, Zehava (Mrs.
Julius) Sukenik, Mrs. Mira
Fraenkel. Shirley (Mrs. Carl)
Cohen.
ELLEN BAUM
will hold a meeting on Friday,
Feb. 20, at the First Federal
Savings and Loan building on
SW ^nd M. at 9:45 a.m.
A dramatic monologue, "Ro-
mantic Daughters of the Revo-
lution 1776," will be present-
ed by Ellen F. Baum, immediate
past president of Technion.
Prof. Baum was recently ap-
pointed to the Commission on
Aging of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. She has
taught humanities at the Uni-
versity of Miami, and is af-
filiated with the American
Health Foundation of New York
as an epidemiologist. She is
list-d in "Who's Who of Amer-
ican Women, 1970."
Ethel Sernacker is chairman,
Mildred Schwartz is publicity
chairman.
"Lehman Speaks
In Hallanclale
Congressman Wililam Leh-
man, of the 1.1th Congressional
District in Miami, will be guest
speaker at services this evening
at 8 at th" Hallandale Jewish
Center-Congregation Beth Te-
fila.
Lehman's subject is. "Israel
and United States Relations."
Chef itz to Speak On
Foreign Involvement
As part of special Sabbath in
honor of the Combined Jewish
Aopeal-Israel Emergency Fund
Month, Rabbi Mitchell Chefitz,
associate Rabbi of Temple Beth
Am of Miami, will speak on the
subject "The Ethics of Involve-
ment in Foreign Wars."
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Mortgages for Homes in theHonieland
One of the most vexing social
problems in Israel today is hous-
ing for young couples and de-
mobilized soldiers.
The lack of appropriate hous-
ing facilities for this valiant seg-
ment of Israel's population has
created a deep and dangerous
feeling of frustration among
them.
To cope with this serious
problem, the Israel Histadrut
Foundation (IHF) undertook to
help finance a special Histadrut
Mortgage Fund in Israel, to sup-
plement mortgages provided by
the government, as well as re-
sources the young couples
might have themselves.
Initial capitalization of the
Histadrut Mortgage Fund is 100
million Israeli pounds, with the
IHF contributing one-third, and
the Israeli government and
Bank Hapoalim contributing the
other two-thirds.
Dinitz to Receive
The portion to be provided
by the Histadrut Foundation is
being raised through the His-
tadrut Annuity Trust, which as-
sures the donor a life income
of 9.5 percent while investing
the principal amount in the
mortgage fund.
The Histadrut Annuity Trust
alreaiv has invested some IL
26 million as its share in the
Histadrut Mortgage Fund.
Former ClAgent
Histadrut Award At Temvle Sinni
The Israel Histadrut Founda-
tion's highest individual recog-
nition, the Forty Million Dollar
Award, will be presented Wed-
nesday eveninf^uring the con-
ference awards banquet at the
Fontainebleau Hotel to Simcha
Dinitz, Israel's ambassador to
the United States, for "his bril-
liant service to the State of Is-
rael and his consistent encour-
agement and support of the His-
tadrut Foundation."
Making the presentation will
be Sol C. Chaikln of New York,
president of the International
Ladies Garment Workers Union
(ILGWU)), former chairman of
t1^" Trade Union Council of the
Histadrut.
The award marks the achieve-
ment of the IHF's $40 million
milestone, the cumulative total
of commitments to the founda-
tion since it was organized 15
years ago.
IHF's highest award was first i
presented to former U.S. Su-
preme Court Justice Arthur J. i
Goldberg, the first national
chairman of the Histadrut Foun-
dation until his appointment as
Secretary nf Labor in th Ken-
nedv Administration. Goldberg
received the Tw-nty Million
Dollar Award in 19^1.
Ofhpr recipients ha"e Srn
R'hhi Leon Kronish of Miami
B'-nrh. IHF" nattnnft] hrwJ
rhnii-mnn (Twentv-ive Million
Dolhr Award in 1973V and th
]... r>;nv,r,s cnnj,. former Is-
r-"'!i finim*" mir^t-"- and chair-
m:>n of tV. Jewish AnC
(Thirt...six Million Dolhr Awar I
in 1975V
Ambassador Dlnlt? wno flar-
ed a ''" Ml : II Fi:t
pr.n negotiations, j* a |
David Piiiski
Culture Club
Ts David Pinski Club "On!
Shabbos" this evening at 7:30
at the Ida Fisher School Cafe-
teria will hear n talk bv I. La-
savin, "Jewish Dailv Forward"
correspondent, on "Judah Ben-
jamin and the Confederacy."
Gertrude Mintt, folksinger,
and Paul Yanovsky, mandolin-
ist. will present a group of Yid-
dish and Hebrew songs; Max
Brook will read from Jewum
literature's classics.
guished career diplomat and
key administrator in the high-
est echelons of Israel's govern-
ment.
Widely recognized as an out-
standing authority and eloquent
spokesman on Israel's internal
and foreign affairs, he is no
stranger to the United States,
having spent many years here
in the service of his country
since shortly after it achieved
independence.
Former CIA agent Mike Ack-
erman will be the pulpit guest
at Temple Sinai of North Dade
this evening. Ackerman, who
served in the CIA for eleven
years, working in twenty coun-
tries in intelligence operations
aimeii at the Soviet Union and
Cuba, resigned in May, 1975.
Ackerman's topic is "The
CIA: the Moral Question and
the Political Question."
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Presentation of the
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Histadrut Economic Symposium
Mayor Clark Is Guest at
Beth Kodesh This Evening
Ze'ev Sher, Israel's economic
minister to North America, will
present "Israel's Economic
with Judge Herbert S. Shapiro,
Miami Beach attorney, and Dr.
Sol Stein, economist and author-
DR. SOL STEIN
Crisis" as part one of an eco-
nomic symposium and continen-
tal breakfast. Tuesday morning
at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
The symposium, a major high-
light of the tenth annual His-
tadrut Economic Conference for
Israel, will also feature "Plan-
ning For Our Maturing Years"
HERBERT SHAPIRO
ity on personal financial plan-
nin6- L ,
Judge Shapiro, a member of
the national board of directors
of the Israel Histadrut Founda-
tion and legal counsel for the
local advisory board, will speak
on "Estate Planning for New-
Soviet Tenor
To Sing At
IHF Assembly
One of the great tenors to
come from Soviet Russia, Misha
Raitzin, will headline the inau-

MISHA RAITZIN
gura) assembly of the tenth an-
nual Histadrut Economic Con-
ference for Israel on Sunday at
7 p.m. at the Fontainebleau Ho-
tel.
Raitzin was a star performer
with the opera companies of
Leningrad and Moscow, and was
acclaimed as a soloist with the
Moscow Philharmonic.
He toured with a Russian en-
semble throughout Europe be-
fore emigrating to Israel in
1972; There he was a leading
tenor with the Israel Philhar-
monic under Zubin Mehta.
Nqw a tenor with the Metro-
politan Opera in New York,
RaiUin made his American de-
but at To*m Hall in New York
in February, 1974.
He will be accompanied dur-
ing his musical salute to Israel
by Israeli composer-conductor
Shmuel Fershko, now a resi-
dent of Miami Beach.
Beth Torfh Sisterhood
To Hear 'Ragtime' Review
Bqth Torah Congregation's
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood will
hold a monthly general meet-
ing on Wednesday, Feb. 18, in
the Social Hall at Beth Torah
at 8:15 p.m.
The meeting will feature a
bnoV review hv E's>< Clvnae'"
SHIMON WEBER
Editor Is
IHF Honoree
Shimon Weber, editor-in-chief
of "The Jewish Daily Forward"
in New York, will be the guest
of honor at a Yiddish-speaking
reception on Monday evening at
the Fontainebleau Hotel as part
of the Histadrut Economic Con-
ference for Israel.
Weber's newspaper is the
only Yiddish language daily
newspaper in the United States.
Cantor Jacob Mendelson of
Beth Torah Congregation, North
Miami Beach, a tenor, will pre-
sent a musical program during
the reception.
Also scheduled to entertain
Is Yiddish-American humorist
Herschel Gendel, famous for his
interpretations of American-
Jewish characters.
Yivo Forum
Yivo Forum is presenting two
Wednesday evening lectures at
Temple Beth Sholom by Chaim
Grade, poet and author of "The
Agudah," a novel.
Grade, the recipient of
awards from the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary and from B'nai
B'rith, will speak on Feb. 25
on "I. L. Peretz, His Art and
Ideals." On March 3 his subject
will be "Abraham Raisin, Poet
and Novelist of the Idylls of
Poverty."
The lectures begin at 8
comers to Florida."
Dr. Stein, who is national
president of the IHF, will pre-
sent a discussion on "Financial
Planning."
The economic symposium-
continental breakfast is free
and open to the general public,
but advance reservations must
be made through the Histadrut
office in Miami Beach.
The Men's Club of Beth Ko-
desh Synagogue will participate
in late services this evening at
8:15.
Guest speaker will be Mayor
Steve Clark, an honorary mem-
ber of the Men's Club. His topic
is "Let Us Reason Together"
emphasizing brotherhood in
honor of Brotherhood Week.
The Men's Club will host the
Oneg Shabbat aftar services,
and Max Small, president, will
extend greetings.
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exchange and applied for rations and pay. The
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liant career, especially during the w inter of 1776
"when the service was critical and hazardous."
After the war, unable to connect with a govern-
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his wound that never quite healed. Bush jour-
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for the Colonel's successful interventions.
On his return to America, Bush applied for the
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to Secretary of War. He was the first Jew
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Financed by Many Americans
The basic objective of the Is-
rael Histadrut Foundation (IHF)
is to provide financial support
for the vast network of educa-
tional, health, social and wel-
fare institutions of the Histad-
rut, which serve the needs of
more than 70 percent of Israel's
population.
The Histadrut in Israel is the
general organization of that
country's pioneers and builders,
founded in 1920 by the late
David Ben-Gurion and his col-
leagues.
It encompasses nearly 2 mil-
lion men, women and children,
and maintains the country's
largest health service Kupat
Holim as well as one of Is-
rael's finest vocational school
systems, cultural and education-
al centers, homes for the aged,
children's villages and many
other facilities.
This vast program of social
welfare is financed by many
generous Americans of all faiths
through the Israel Histadrut
Foundation.
IHF, a major channel through
which this financial support is I
provided, specialize in the field j
of deferred giving, and to" date j
has succeeded in mobilizing !
more than $40 million in long-
term commitments such as be- ;
quests, testamentary and inter- '
vivos trusts, the Histadrut An-
nuity Fund and the Charitable
Remainder Histadrut Annuity i
Trusts.
The latter supplies the vital
Histadrut Mortgage Fund in Is-
rael for voting COUDles. particu-
larly veteians of the Israel De-
fense Forces, while providing
a life annuity of a 9.5 percent I
to the donors and their snouses. j
Rabbi Leon Kronish. national
chairman of the board, says. '
"The IHF appeal is almost ir-
resistible because it reminds
every Jew of his moral obliga-
tion to adopt Israel as an extra
beneficiarv of his estate. IHF I
thus enables even the small i
man to contribute laree amounts
to Israel through the various I
methods of deferred giving. I
know of no other organization
'hat has shown so much creativ-
ity in developing these various
technioues. the remarkable suc-
cess of which is expressed bv
the unbelievable figure of $40
million which has been secured
to date."
Pinhas Sanir. the taifl Israeli
finance minister, said of the
Histadrut Foundation. "I see in
the program of the Israel His-
tadrut Foundation a new revolu-
tionary method for securing
hundreds of millions of dollars
for Israel in the years to come."
"Only a few years aeo h S40
million goal for our foundation
Workmen's Circle^
Presenting 'Der Shirtz'
"Der Shirtz." the Yiddish
version of Gilbert and Sulli-
van's operetta "H.M.S. Pin-
afore." will be presented under
the auspices of the Workmen's
Circle on Sunday. Feb. 29. at 2
p.m. at the Miami Beach Senior
High School Auditorium.
was a wild, unachievable
dream." said national president
Dr. Sol Stein. "Now that we
have reached this important
milestone, a $100 million goal
is no more an unreachable
star."
In a letter from Israel this
week. Yerucham Meshel. secre-
tary-general of the Histadrut,
said, "From year to year, your
conference continues to .pro-
vide strong persistent support
for the building and security of
Israel and for the causes of the
Histadrut. Your $40 million
milestone is exciting and stir-
ring to all, and provides us
with the motivation to continue
our uphill struggle for an eco-
nomy that will improve the
quality of life for Israel."
Meshel's letter was preceded
by one from Israel Kessar, trea-
surer of the Histadrut, who
saluted "the delegates to this
conference for their devotion
and dedication in ensuring the
security of the State of Israel,
and for the inspiration and en-
couragement it provides to the
youth."
Jan Peerce, "Toscanini's favorite tenor," will perform
with an all-star cast at the Miami Beach Theatre of the
Performing Arts on Saturday, Feb. 21, at 8:30 p.m.
After his debut at the Metropolitan Opera, Peerce was
hailed by critics as the "successor to the greats of
opera's almost extinct Golden Age." In this program
Peerce will recall the high points of his most famous
roles and will present selections from operas less fre-
quently performed as well.
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HISTADRUT ECONOMIC CONFERENCE FOR ISRAEL
Economic Symposium & Continental Breakfast
Tuesday, Feb. 17th, 10 AM. Fontainebleau Hotel
1. "Israel's Economic Crisis" Hon. Zo'ov Shor
Israel's Economic Minister to tho United States
2. "Manning For Our Maturing Years"
o. Estate Planning For Newcomers to Florida"Judge Herbert S. Shapiro
b. Financial Planning "Dr. Sol Stein
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Rosemary's Thyme
Women's League Rabbi Shapiro to Give Book Review
Plans Torah Fund At Beth Koclesh Sisterhood Lunch
By ROSEMARY FURMAN
Recently I spent a few hours
at the cramped McAllister Ho-
tel offices of the Hemispheric
Cong ess for Women lo. uuir
name was impressive enough to
warrant a visit, and it turned
out to be worthwhile.
Monna Lighte, one-time poli-
tical candidate, is director of
the Congress, to take place on
Aug. 5 to 8 at the Sheraton Four
Ambassadors.
THE CONGRESS is an off-
shoot of the 18th Assembly of
the Inter-American Commission
of Women, an OAS yearly event.
After that Assembly, which is
a highly professional conference
of delegates from American
countries, the Hemispheric Con-
gress for Women will take place.
Chairperson for that Congress
will be the U.S. delegate to the
Assembly, Rita Z. Johnston. Get
it?
Anyway, the point to get is
that a very important Inter-
American Congress to deal with
the status of women will be
held Miami this summer. The
Congress, explains Ms. Lighte,
recognizes that "beyond the is-
sues of equal pay and equal em-
ployment opportunity, many
women in the hemisphere do
not have access to such basic
services as proper health care,
nutrition, family planning, and
education benefits which would
equip them to function as equal
partners with men ."
THE CONGRESS will have
workshops on such topics
as "Consumer Movements."
"Health Needs," "Rural Wom-
en," "Volunteer Organizations
in Latin America." and in addi-
tion there will be several paral-
lel activities such as a bok
exhibit, film festival and con-
cert.
Anyone who gives women's
rights much thought must real-
ize that the problems pnd de-
sires of women differ dra^i'vl-
ly, depending verv nwh on
their socio-economic conditions.
This appears to b one of th=
first conferences that takes this
into account.
A total of 700 people are ex-
pected. And there should be
room for you either as a volun-
teerhospitality, arrangements,
etc.or as a delegate. Th in-
gress is anxious to toy- large
organizations represented.
YOU MIGHT even be able to
sit in on the workshops. Most
particularly needed are bilin-
gual volunteers Soanish or
French-speaking. Contact Ms.
Louise Hackbnrth. coordinator
of volunteers, for all informa-
tion.
If you're going to be in Miami
in August, no doubt the place to
be is at the Hemispheric Con-
gress for Women. It should be
fascinating and, hopefully, the
beginning of other international
conferences in the Miami area.
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Some more women who are
improving their own status:
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Blau, selling plants at George-
town Manor; Toba Meiselman,
selling travel arrangements;
Janet Barson, selling "Pampered
Papers" at Dadeland Burdines;
Nancy Davis, selling "Sweet
Treats," Lois Siegel, selling jew-
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Luncheon
The first annual benefactors
luncheon planned by the Torah
Fund Committee of the Florida
Branch Women's League for
Conservative Judaism will be
on Thursday, Feb. 26, at 11:30
a.m. at the Carillon Hotel.
The guest speaker is Rabbi
Stanley J. Schacter, vice chan-
cellor of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America and a
member of its faculty as a lec-
turer in liturgy.
Rabbi Schacter is a member
of the executive council of the
Rabbinical Assembly and of the
joint prayerbook committee of
the United Synagogue and Rab-
binical Assembly. He served for
a number of years as spiritual
leader in Chicago and Kansas
City.
Mrs. Alan Nirenberg, Florida
Branch vice president, is chair-
person of the day. Mrs. Ewald
Ziffer, vice president, is Torah
Fund Chairman. Mrs. Mo-tin
Levin is president of the Flor-
ida Branch.
Beth Kodesh Sisterhood will
hold a luncheon on Thursday,
Feb. 19, at noon. Mrs. Gussie
Jacobskind and Mrs. Ethel
Greenbautn are hostesses.
be a review by Rabbi Max Sha-
piro of "They Fought Back" by
Uri Suhl, an authentic and docu-
mented account of the Holo-
A feature ot the luncheon will caust.
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Friday, February 13, 1976
The Kronishes Will Be Honored
At Hebrew U. Founders Dinner
Rabbi Leon Kronish. an Hon-
orary Fellow of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem, will
receive the Judah L. Magnes
Award of the American Friends
of The Hebrew University at the
Feb. 21 national dinner of the
Society of Founders.
Lillian Kronish, president of
the Women's Division of the
Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Friends, will receive
the Torch of Learning Award
at the dinner, which will be at
the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Announcement of their selec-
tion as henorees for the na-
tional conference of the Amer-
ican Friends was made by Am-
bassador Avraham Harman,
president of the Hebrew Unlver-
c;. ,ir\na a recent visit to
Miami Beach. Mrs. Zena Har-
man spoke at a reception in
her honor at the Kronish home
as plans for the Feb. 21-22 Na-
tional Founders Dinner and
Academic Conference were be-
ing completed.
Rabbi Kronish is national
campaign cochairman and chair-
man of the national rabbinic
Cabinet for Israel Bonds. For-
mer associate chairman of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's CJA-IEF campaign, he is
a national vice president of the
American Jewish Congress.
Rabbi Kronish is a member
of the board of overseers of the
Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion and co-
chairman of the iomt commis-
sion on Israel of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis |
and the Union of American He- |
brew Congregations, as well as i
national board chairman of the
Israel Histadrut Foundation. He j
has been spiritual leader of
Temple Beth Sholom of, Miami
fkwch smce 1944.
Rabbi Kronish is former
president of the HUC-JIR Alum-
ni Association, past president of
fhe Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami, and was award-
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JIR in 1967.
Ambassador Pinhas Eliav, Is-
rael's Deputy Permanent Repre-
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principal speaker at the dinner.
Announcement of Eliav's ac-
ceptance was made by Howard
R. Scharlin, chairman of the
National Founders Dinner and
Academic Conference, and by
Morris M. Messing of Pilm
Beach. Florida chairman of he
American Friends of the He-
brew University.
Chi"f assistant t Ambassa-
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Eliav was born in Pohnd -nd
he moved to Paline in 1Q14.
at aee 10. V- nftmioWl high
school in Tel Aviv and is an
honor graduate of the Hebrew
University.
He was visiting lecturer at
the Hebrew Universitv for six
years, beeinning in 1954. Dur-
ing the War of Independence,
he served in the Israel Defense
Forces in the defense of Jeru-
salm and the Galilee campaign.
He entered the Ministry of For-
eign Affairs in 1951. and was
graduated from the Jewish
Agency's School for Diplomats.
Eliav has been Israel's Con-
sul General in Canada, deputy
director of the American Divi-
sion of the Israel Foreign Minis-
try, deputy head of Israel's Mis-
sion to Brussels and the Com-
mon Market, and director of the
public affairs division of the
Foreign Ministry.
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Intermarriage Survey Will
Study Psychological Effects
Hineni "Kumsitz," Feb. 22,
Kicks Off Florida Chapter

NEW YORK The American
Jewish Committee has an-
nounced plans for the first na-
tionwide study of marriages be-
tween Jews and non-Jews, which
will try to uncover the psychol-
ogical and social effects of such
marriages on the partners, chil-
dren and the Jewish commu-
nity.
.. The study is being instituted
on a pilot basis in six commu-
nities: New York City, West-
chester, Nassau-Suffolk, Phila-
delphia. Cleveland and San
Francisco.
IN THE Greater New York
area, the study is being con-
ducted in cooperation with the
Commission on Federation-Syna-
gogue Relations of the Federa-
tion of Jewish Philanthropies.
Plans for the gtudy were
made public by Mervin H. Rise-
man, chairman of the Commit-
tee's Jewish Communal Affairs
Commission.
Outlining its objectives, he ex-
plained that "in the context of
the future of the Jewish com-
munity and its changing needs,
the study will develop a core
of information on the experi-
ences of intermarried couples
with Jewish institutions and
^agencies in their communities
and their attitudes toward them.
It will also explore how chil-
dren of such marriages are be-
ing raised, the children's at-
titudes, the unmet needs of
such families, and how the agen-
cies and institutions of the Jew-
ish community might meet those
needs."
The study will be conducted
under the overall direction of
Yehuda Rosenman, director of
AJC's Jewish Communal Affairs
Department.
Discussing the methods and
purposes of the study Rosen-
man said it wouldj*tart with no
presumptions or fwejudgments.
"The underlving purpose of this
study is to cast light, rather
th heat, on this often highly
emotional subject. The method,
that of objective research and
fact-finding, has always been
the hallmark of the American
Jewish Committee especially in
areas of Jewish communal con-
cern."
The AJC official pointed out
also that there were diverse
views in the organized Jewish
community both in religious and
secular organizations, as to the
responsibilities of the Jewish
community to the participants
in interfaith marriages.
He noted that at a consulta-
tion on intermarriage and con-
version sponsored by the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee last Feb-
ruary, sharp differences of op-
inion were expressed as to what
the Jewish community and so-
cial agencies should be doing to
meet the needs of converts and
the non-Jewish partners in in-
terfaith marriages.
"WE CANNOT determine
what, if anything, should be
done," he declared, "until we
have the objective data which
tell us what the problems are
and what the plus-minus effect
for Jewish continuity is, stem-
ming from increased interfaith
marriages."
It is expected, Rosenman said,
that the results of the study will
be distributed to a broad spec-
trum of agencies and institu-
tions. "The information may
have especially important im-
plications for rabbinic and syna-
gogal organizations, family serv-
ice agencies. Jewish community
centers, and Jewish educational
agencies." he declared.
Dr. Egon Mayer, assistant pro-
fessor of Sociology at Brooklyn
College, will direct the research,
including- the use of the ques-
tionnaire that Jie has developed .
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Rebbetzin Jungreis will kick
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'

Center at Jackson is very con-
cerned with the psychological,
as wall as physical, trauma rape
victims invariably suffer. When
mental suffering, continues to
arm and a listening ear for the
victim to cathart to.
Thereafter, if there is resi-
dua! emotional trauma ("I don t
think a rape victim should fee
The topic of rape is often
subject to the same faulty and
heinous argument occasionally
applied to the Holocaust. Bruno
Bettleheim, curiously a Jewish
sociologist, suggests that the
Holocaust Jews victimized them-
selves by their own alleged pas-
sivity. He removes the onus of
guilt from the perpetrators and
misplaces the shame on the vic-
tims.
Unfortunately, that same pe-
culiar rationale is found in dis-
cussions on rape- Misconcep-
tions that a woman cannot be
unwillingly violated or that a
woman must be a lewd and las-
civious lady of the night (or, at
least, her suburban first cousin)
if she was raped still erroneus-
ly abound.
IN HER definitive new book
on rape, "Against Our Will."
Susan Brownmiller traces early
references to rape among vari-
ous civilizations. The Hebraic
concept, according to Brown-
miller, is one that concerns de-
filement of property rather than
defilement of person.
She says that was because
women were considered "whol-
ly owned subsidiaries." A cur-
sory check of a Biblical index
for "rape" and "ravished" sub-
stantiates much of what Brown-
miller maintains.
The frequent mention of rav-
ishing women only follows after
the rifling of houses, as in Z-
chariah: "For I will gather all
the nations against Jerusalem
to battle; And the city shall be
taken, and the houses rifled;
And the women ravished."
Again in Isaiah: "Their
houses shall be spoiled; And
their wives ravished."
IN JUDGES, a concubine is
"forced" onlv after the house is
set upon. One- would hone,
despite Brnwnmiller's assr.
tions, that the semantic oroVr
of events did not signify any
weighty value judgments.
Although there was no com-
mandment among th Tn.
"Thou Shalt Not Rape," no in-
terpretive misreadine on sub-
vert the Torah's stand on rate.
Rape is svnonomous. unden-
iably, with abuse. anH it is the
abusors who carry the burden
of guilt.
Talmudic interpretations ex-
pand unon Deuteronomy's bas-
ics. And thi is whe^e rarw
within the Hebraic frame of
reference, places the blame
where it belongs on the rap-
ist.
Additional'", discisrion of
free will and consent (or lack
of it) eives crodenre to a more
humanized view of woman. A
woman v.Il be presumed to
have resisted assault if she was
attacked somewhere; even had
she screamed for help, no one
could have heard or defended
her.
A SLEEPING woman is inno-
cent of blame for her rape be-
cause she had no operant free
will. A minor, likewise, has no
free will, by virtue of her aee.
to consent, and therefore inter-
course is again considered rane.
There is, however, a condi-
tion where a woman shares the
guilt for her assault. If she waf
violaBd where she might have
beenfcaved had she screamed,
then She assault is no longer
considered rape. She Js then
party to seduction. '
NEVERTHELESS, in a gran-
diose gesture to human frailty,
intercourse which commences
as an assault but ends with the
woman's consent is still judged
to be rape. Despite her eventual
and iacit consent, it was not
free will which altered her at-
titude. Rather, it was a sensual
reaction to stimuli.
Brownmiller makes much to-
do over monetary compen-
sation paid for rape to the Bi-
blical victim's father or hus-
band. Suitability for marriage,
once a woman was ravished,
was also pertinent to the Bi-
blical discussion.
STILL, the essence of the
subject under review in this
week's column is simply: What
is the Hebraic primary percep-
tion of rape?
A rape victim, Debby (not
her real name) was 17, going to
school in Gainesville, working
part-time to help support her-
self. One night, while crossing
the dimly-lit campus to the li-
brary, she was accosted from
behind by a "red-neck type."
There was no weapon Involv-
ed, but her assailant was a big
white man in his early 20's.
Debby recalls, "I honestly didn't
know what was going on. I was
very naive. There was no in-
stinct to resist. I kept wonder-
ing what he wanted from me."
AFTERWARDS, sharing her
shock with a girlfriend, neither
thought to call the police. There
was no overt trauma, no preg-
nancy, no physical bruise. "I
n^ver tho'">M m"ch about sex
but d'd think 'Wow! I don't
think I'm a vi'ein. now!" That
was in 1968. Debby refers to it
ps a tim '.v'vT-i rape was still
in the dark ages.
In 1974. Debbv at 24 was
hick in Mia'Ti. living at home.
From a suburban sh".-ning cen-
ter in daylight, she was abduct-
ed at gunpoint, robbed and sex-
ually mobBted. The molestation
was more perverse, more trau-
matic than her rape experience.
"This time I was more cg-
piant. I wanfd to recosniz''
him." Af'r a bizarre train of
events. Dbhv frantically made
hpr wav home.
"THE POLICE were totally
obnoxious," Debby remembers.
"They were more concerned
with the robberv. Since I hadn't
ben raned. thev considered the
molestation unimportant. At the
time, Debby and her parents
were unaware of the Rane
Treatment Center at Jackson
Memorial Hospital. "I would
hive li^pH to talk to someone,
but I feel I've gotten over it
now."
Debby. it 26, is seriously in-
volved with a voung man. She
is able to make a distinction
between her bad experiences
and sex in a loving relationship.
"I don't hive anv sexual hang-
ups. My boyfriend respects me
because I can handle what's
happened."
Debby is fortunate that she
has such a healthy grasp of her
situation. The temporary pangs
and self-doubts: "Maybe I could
have gotten out of it; why didn't
I do more?; I was being a pas-
sive woman" are gone now.
BUT THE", Ran*. Treatment
have been administered, the
Center personnel wonder what
more can bo done.
Part of the treatment offered
bv the Center is immediate and
short-term counseling by a psy-
choloeit from the Crisis Inter-
vention Center an allied Met-
ro program.
Counseling is also offered to
" plague the victims long after ,_],.) tne clergyman should
- the pregnancy and venereal knf)w tfl whom t0 refer his con.
with NORAAm A. OROVITZ- disease prevention medication t Personally, he would
neat rape as a family problem,
especially if there are younger
sisters or brothers.
DR. LIPSCHITZ concurs on
that role of the rabbi. He would
see his role in any subsequent
rape situations to "reassure
them (the victims) that they
were forced victims."
Dr. Lipschitz would offer sup-
the husband, parents or boy- rtj counseling but would
also feel the responsibility of
referring his congregant to-
wards the proper professional
channels for extended psycho-
therapy, if deemed necessary.
Mrs. Solomon's past targets
for intensive rape awareness
have been the black and Latin
communities and the area of
sexual child abuse. This new
target, the clerical community,
if annroached successfully, will
provide more than just increas-
ed awareness.
friend of the rane victim. Ac
cording to Muriel Solomon, di-
rector of Metro's Rape Aware-
ness Education Program, the
victim and family are likely to
cone with rape as thev would
with any other major life crisis.
If there is a wholesome rela-
tionship, the husband or boy-
friend will be supportive.
If th coping style is one
where the parties go to pieces,
or blame each other, then ad-
ditional counseling would pro-
bably be necessarv.
ONE OF M's. Solomon's main
concerns is how to increase
emotionol sunnort for the vic-
tim. Towards that goal. Mrs.
Solomon would like to establish
an adhoc committee on the role
of the cl*rgy in rane treatment. 1
Tr.o,v. nre several avenus in
which the clergy can be of as-
sistance.
Th*v ran aif' in education,
in changing attitudes, in pro-
r>nf'n<( saf"tv nlannine and in
sitnnot-rp'p e-Mmselin". That last
print be^ri further discussion. ,
Mrs "it might he comforting to have
a cl^rgvrmn mnta<*-r*d for addi-
tional s""nnrt." Advice would
h--" M b" in concert with the
rricjs intervention Center coun-
s"|o.r s0 as not t0 confuse the
victim.
EVEN if the rabbi, reouested
bv the family, did not offer ex-
tended counseling, the proper
response would still be neces-
sarv. The role -of the rabbi
would be to focus on what is
bothering the victim and to dis-
cuss her options.
Both Rabbi Daniel Fingerer,
of Beth Moshe Congregation,
and Dr. Max Lipschitz. of Beth
Torah Congregation, have had
experience in rane counseling.
In addition, both clergymen
have )vH far more than the
norn-ipi two '-"rses in parson-
nage couns-ling.
Dr. I inschif w>k his minor
in cl'nirl nsvr.hologv. and Rab-
bi Finge-->- is a nsvehotheran-
ist by tr*"ir"-~ It is noteworthy
that both th"se rabbis, well-
eouippied to ndl rape the-
ran. warn "f s hazards in-
herent in rabbinicil counseling.
ACCORDING to Rabbi Fin-
gerer, the clergy has done a
disservice by not admitting to
their own professional short-
comings. They may try to offer
extended counseling without a
competent background.
In Rabbi Fingerer's opinion,
the role of the clergy would be
to n-nvide an initial supportive
Edueatinp their congregants,
changing out-dated attitudes
and. most important, alleviating
pain, personally and bv referr.-i.
are the areas in which the
clergv can best be helpful.
Mrs. Rose Cohen of Miami
Beach received a plaque
making her a member of
the State of Israel Bonds
Prime Minister's Club. The
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one of the people who have
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Three-Woman Show
At Lowe-Levinson
Officers for 1976 recently elected by Mi-
ami Heart Institute's Auxiliary are (seat-
ed, from left) Mrs. George L. Sogg, vice
president; Mrs. William B. Flinn, presi-
dent; Mrs. Harry Brickman, vice presi-
dent. Standing (from lejt) are Mrs. Wil-
liam C. Phillips, recording secretary; Mrs.
Samuel Stone, board chairman; Mrs.
George H. Mettler, treasurer; Mrs. Robert
S. Summers, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Ivor Blacker and Mrs. Joseph Moss,
vice presidents.
A three-woman art show will
open at the Lowe-Levinson Art
Gallery of Temple Beth Sholom
on Sundav, Feb. IS. There will
be a reception from 5 to 7 p.m.,
according to an announcement
by Judy Drucker, Beth Sholom's
cultural director.
Israeli artist Rina Rotholz,
now of New York, is a "print-
maker" who calls her prints
"tuilegraphs," because "tuile"
in French means "tile" and tiles
are the backbone of her work.
She has bridged the gap be-
tween the antique and the mod-
ern using this technique.
Dahlia Mishori, who is also
an Israeli, studied art at Bezalcl,
Israel's Art School in Jerusalem.
She lives in the village of Kfar
Shmariyahu near Tel Aviv. Her
interest in spiritualism can be
discerned in her paintings. She
will attend the exhibition.
Phyllis Straus
exhibit
steel, bronze and enamel sculp
ture. A Key Biscayne hous-.
wife. Mrs. Straus has been a
floor-covering mechanic, anti
que furniture polisher and pic
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and has worked with metal foi
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noon on Saturday and Sunday.
Olivestone At
Beth Sholom
Cedric J. Olivestone, of Leu-
mi Securities Corp. in New
York, will provide an "Intro
duction to the Capital Marku
in Israel" in the Coffee, Culture
and Conversation program t
Temple Beth Sholom.
The Sunday morning program
begins at 10:30 and is open to
the public.
Sculpture and Painting To Be
Featured at Bacardi Gallery
Works by Longboat Key resi-
dents Margo AU?n, sculntor,
and Harrv Hutchii^n Shaw,
painter, will be exhioited for
the first time in Miami at the
Bacardi Gallerv on BiscT-n
Proger Is Sunday's
Greenfield Lecturer
Dennis Prager. national lead-
er of the Student Struggle for
Soviet Jewry, and director of
the Tze Ulmad Institute in
New York, is Sunday's Green-
field Lecture Series speaker.
Prager's subject is "Where
Have All the Young Jews
Gone?"
Blvd. from Feb. 17 to Feb. 27.
9 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays.
Th" couple's works have been
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W^hinCon. and >n museums in
Dallas. Houston. San Francisco,
and Mexico Between them they
have had more than 30 one-
man shows and a' represented
in nrivat" and public collections
in the United States and abroad.
Mrs. Ellen Nasaw of Miami
Beach is sponsoring this show-
ing and has said that each artist
is donating a workone sculp-
ture and one paintingto be
rafflQd or auctioned for the
benefit of the American Jew-
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AJC Century Club and life mem-
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of the organization's Hollydale
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JTS Will Honor .Six Leaders
At Convocation Dinner
Six national community lead-
ers will b? honored by the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of
America at its 17th annual con-
vocation dinner on Wednsday
evening, Feb. 25. at the Diplo-
mat Hmd^in Hollywood. The
anno'rnce*nent was made by
dinner chairman Matthew B.
Roscnhaus.
Recipients of the National
Community Service Award are
Dr. Maxwell Dauer of Miami
Beach. J. Barney Goldhar of
Toronto. David J. Moskowitz of
Cleveland and Hollywood. Na-
than P. Rossen of Detroit, and
Bessie (Mrs. Louis) Stein of
Philadelphia and Miami Beach.
Leo J. Carlin of Chicago and
Miami Beach, a recioient of the
Seminary's National Commu-
nity Service Award, will be
given the National Award for
Distinguished Service.
The National Community
Service Award is presented on
special occasions by the Jewish
Theological Seminary to reci-
pients in various fields of inter-
est and activity. Their single
common denominator is devo-
tion to Judaism and commit-
ment to widening its influence
for the good of all mankind
Dr. Dauer is chairman of the
board and chief executive of-
ficer of the Florida Medical
Center, Lauderdale Lakes Hos-
pital, and is professor emeritus
of the Department of Radiology
at the University of Miami
School of Medicine. A lawyer
as well as a physician, he also
earned a Ph.D. from the Uni-
versity of Chicago.
He is a past president of
Temple Beth Am of Miami, a
member of the Board of Tem-
ple Emanu-El of Miami Beach,
a member of the advisory board
of Israel Bonds of Miami, and
assotriate chairman of the Pace-
setter Cabinet of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
Goldhar is the founder and
president of Maple Leaf Plae-
tics. He has been chairman of
the board of Beth Tzedek Con-
gregation of Toronto, and is
secretary and acting treasurer
of tie Jewi6h Theological So-
ciety; of Canada, a member of
the aecutive board of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, Bay-
crest Hasoital, a founder and
past president of the United
Synagogue Boy School, a foun-
der of Camp Ramah in Canada
and member of the National
Ramah Commission, and a past
president of the Jewish Immi-
grant Aid Societv. in 1960 Gold-
har received the Seminary's
Louis Marshall Memorial Me-
dal.
David Moskowitz. a com-
munal leader and philanthrop-
ist, is a vice nresident and
trustee of Cleveland's Temple
on the Heights and for vears
has served on the Seminary's
Greater Cleveland Committee.
He is a life member of Bran-
deis University and has retain-
ed his membership in the Cleve-
land Lodge No. 2 of B'nai B'rith
for over 45 years. Moskowitz is
involved as well in the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee, the
Anti-Defamation Leacue of B'nai
B'rith. Histsdrut. Telshe Yeshi-
va and the Zionist Organization
of America.
Rossen. a leader in the Det-
roit Jewish cornnmnity. is one
of the few individuals who has
been BrTjH an interview with
the Lubavitcher Rabbi. From
this developed the establish-
ment of the Chabad House at
the University of Michigan.
A member of Congregation
B'nai Moshe of Oak Park. Ros-
sen is a member of the Israel
Prime Minister's Club. Among
his honors are awards from
Histadrut. the Jewish National
Fund and the Lubavitcher or-
ganization of Detroit.
Bessie (Mrs." Louis) Stein is
fi
a founder of Mt. Sinai Hospital
of Miami Beach, a meipber of
t^e board of directors of the
Harry Bock charities and of
Had^ssah. and was a member of
the Women's Council of the
Federation of Jewish Charities.
Mrs. Stein has been honored
with the Humanitarian Award
from the American Cancer So-
ciety, and served as Harvest
Ball chairman of the Albert
Einstein Medical Center. Thirty
years ago she organized one of
the first women's UJA groups.
Mrs. Stein and her husband
will travel to Israel this spring
to attend the dedication of a
Mother and Child Center estab-
lished in her name.
Carlin is senior partner in
the Chicago law firm of Son-
nenschein Levinson Carlin Nath
and Rosenthal. He is vice chair-
man of the board of University
of Health Sciences of the Chi-
cago Medical School, honorary
trustee of Francis W. Parker
School, member of the corpora-
tion of the Retina Foundation
of Boston.
Carlin is a member of the
citizens board of the University
of Chicago and a member of
the visiting committee at its
Divinity Scho'.
He is a member of the board
of overseers of the Seminary,
and was president of Anshe
Emet Synagogue of Chicago and
of Mount Sinai Hospital as well
as the hospital's honorary direc-
tor for life.
Presentation of the Awards
will be made by Seminary Chan-
cellor Dr. Gerson D. Cohen, as-
sisted by Vice Chancellor .Rabbi
Stanley J. Schachter. Jacob M.
Arvey is honorary cochairman
of the dinner.
David J. Moskowitz Nathan P. Rossen
Leo J. Carlin
J. Barney Goldhar Maxwell Dauer
Besaie Stein
Great Books Group
To Hear Gittelson
Abe Gittelson, Hebrew educa-
tor and director of Greater Mi-
ami Council on Jewish Educa-
tion, will review Arthur Hertz-
berg's "The Jews of the United
States" at meeting of the Great
Jewish Books Discussion Group.
The meeting, at the Miami
Beach Public Library, is on
Thursdav.-Feb. 18. at 1:30 p.m.
The public is welcome.
Sher to Speak at Florida-Israel
Chamber of Commerce Luncheon
Ze'ev Sher, Israel's Economic
Minister to the United States
and Canada, will be guest speak-
er at a meeting of the Florida-
Israel Chamber of Commerce
on Wednesday, Feb. 18. at noon.
The public is invited to the
luncheon meeting, which will be
held at the Jewish Federation
building on Biscayne Blvd.
Sher, who has held various
government posts in Israel, has
represented the State of Israel
at international negotiations and
conferences. He has also been
governor of the National Thea-
tre and advisor to the National
Academy of Science and the
Israel Museum.

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Most northern cemeteries
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extra cost. Practically all
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devoted to discussion of themes and issues relevant to Jewish life pest and present
<*>""*>'>*** QwsJionBox Whoge Golden Rule?
Rebecca Gratz
(1781-1869)
When young Michael Grate
1740-1811), still in his teens,
the Old World for the
tew" in 17S9, he could hardly
sve imagined the role he was
stined to play in the history
the Jews of America. It was
be one of worthy service not
ily to the Jewish community
Jt to the early American
jpublic.
Among his enduring contri-
butions to the American Jew-
sh heritage was his daughter
tebecca (1781-1869) in view of
fthe fruits of her own good life.
' Rebecca Gratz may. be said
to have consecrated her life and
labors to the well-being of her
l>eople. In 1801 she was elected
secretary of the Female Asso-
ciation for the Relief of Women
and Children in Reduced Cir-
cumstances.
f SEEING THE need in Phila-
delphia for a home for orphans,
|the was among these instru-
mental in founding the Philadel-
phia Orphan Asylum in 1815.
he aided in founding, in 1819,
Jhe Female Hebrew Benevolent
Society. In 1838 she figured im-
fjwrtantlv in the establishment
Of the Hebrew Sunday School
Society in Philadelphia, the first
Of its kind in America. She be-
came the school's superinten-
dent and served in the post
many years.
The women of New York's
Congregation Shearith Israel fol-
lowed her lead in forming their
Association for the Moral and
Heligious Instruction of Chil-
dren of the Jewish Faith "mo-
deled after the Hebrew Sunday
School Society which had just
been founded in Philadelphia by
that far-visioned promoter of
religious, educational, and phil-
anthropic institutions, Rebecca
Gratz."
In 1850, writing in Isaac Lee-
ser's "The Occident," over the
signature "Daughter of Israel,"
Rebecca Gratz advocated a na-
tional foster home. Her ad-
vocacy was largely responsible
for the establishment of such a
home in Philadelphia in 1355.
Rebecca Gratz is reputed to
have been the model for the
character of Rebecca in Sir
Waiter Scott's novel, "Ivanhoe."
Although this claim has been
disputed, there are indications
that Rebecca's friend Washing-
ton Irving, greatly impressed
with her life and character, did
talk eloquently to Sir Walter
Scott about her.
THOMAS SULLY, who paint-
ed Rebecca, said that he had
"never seen a more striking
Hebraic face. The easy pose,
suggestive of perfect health, the
delicately turned neck arid
shoulders with the firmly poised
head-and its profusion of dark
curling hair, large, clear black
eyes, the contour of the face,
the fine white skin, the expres-
sive mouth and the firmly
chiselled nose, with its strength
of character, left no doubt as to
the race from which she had
sprung. Possessed of an elegant
bearing,' a melodiously sym-
pathetic voice, a simple and
frank and gracious womanli-
ness, there was about Rebecca
Grate all that a princess of the
blood Royal might have covet-
ed."
Rebecca Grate, during her
long and useful life, never mar-
ried. The Gratzes, and "Rebecca
herself, had always opposed in-
termarriage with non-Jews.
Thus Rebecca's love affair with
the son of the Presbyterian pro-
vost of the University of Penn-
sylvania ended unhappily.
Rebecca's home life was a
stimulating one. The Grate fam-
ily mansion, according to a rela-
tive, "was known far and v\ie
as the home of a refined and
elegant hospitality. Gifted and
distinguished guestsillustrious
statesmen, and eminent persons
from abroad whom choice or
vicissitude brought to this coun-
try found there an appre-
ciative welcome."
HUNDREDS of Rebecca's let-
ters have survived. David Phi-
lipson, who had several hun-
dred placed at his disposal by
a niece of Rebecca Grate, wrote
that the letters, written from
1808 to 1866. "are pervaded with
a deep religious feeling and a
broad humanity which stamp
the writer to have been not
only a devout Jewess, but a
noble woman whose charity
knew no creed and whose inter-
ests were as wide as her heart
was warm and her impulses un-
selfish."*
In a letter dated September
21st, 1833, Rebecca wrote,
". Tomorrow will be the Day
of Atonement and tho I be-
Hve the Eye of God is upon
every day with the same uner-
ring judgment the same par-
doning Mercy it is well when
we search our own hearts, and
desire to acknowledge our sins
that we look for motives as
well as actions."
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Jewish Encvclonedii. Rebecca
Gratz. New York. 1907.
'Philinson, David. Some Un-
published Letters of Rebecca
Gratz. Publications of the
American Jewish Historical
Secietv Vol. 29 1925.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Question: Why is prayer
so important in Judaism?
Answer: A number of opin-
ions have been advanced to ex-
plain the importance and value
of prayer in Judaism. Generally,
it is through the medium of
prayer that man actually estab-
lishes his relationship to the
Almighty. The Bible stressed
the commandment to "serve the
Almighty with all your
heart." The rabbis interpreted
this to mean that prayer is de-
fined as the "service of the
heart."
Nahmanides generally consid-
ered the act of prayer as a
benefit to man. Surely the Al-
mighty does not need man's
prayers. Prayer, like all the pre-
cepts of Judaish, were designed
for the refinement of man. Pray-
er itself was designed, accord-
ing to this view to give man the
means of expressing himself
and perfecting himself through
an understanding of his role in
the world.
In prayer man becomes as
close as he ever can to the in-
finite towards which he reaches
in the sublime experience of
prayer. In this respect, some
translated the word "Tefillah,"
the Jewish term for prayer, as
"judgment."
In this sense it means that
man evaluates himself. He real-
izes his shortcomings and estab-
lishes his needs in the course
of his petitions. He judges
whether he indeed is worthy of
what he seeks in the peniten-
tial pntyeM. Me judges himself
to be indebted to the Almighty
for what he has already achiev-
ed in the prayers of thanksgiv-
ing. He judges the great dis-
tance between himself and the
Creator in the prayers of adora-
tion.
The mystics in the Kabbalah
seem to indicate that the Al-
mighty needs the prayers of
man because He wants to bene-
fit man and wants man to come
close to Him so that he can be
proven worthy of the benefit
which the Almighty wishes to
bestow upon him.
Man becomes the vehicle
through which the Almighty
can brine the universe closer
to Perfection. Man thus offers
prayers so that the Almighty
en reach the gn Hims-lf in his gracious desire
to pjgvat" man to a lofty sta-
tion of holiness.

SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Tetzaveh
Aaron in the robes of the High Priest, bearing in-
cense. A menorah in the background.
"And thou shah make holy garments for Aaron
thy brother, for splendour and for beauty" (Exod.
28.2).
TETZAVEH Moses was told: "Thou shak com-
mand the children of Israel, that they bring unto thee
pure olive oil beaten for the light, to cause a lamp to
burn continually. In the tent of meeting, without the
veil which is before the testimony, Aaron and his sons
shall set it in order, to burn from evening to morning
before the Lord." For Aaron and his sons were to serve
as priests to God. The priestly garments are described
in great detail, as well as the various offerings that the
priests were to bring on the day of their anointment.
This portion concludes with the laws relating to the
offering of incense on the altar,
By RABBI SIMCHA FREEDMAN
Walter Lippmann, the bril-
liant syndicated columnist, and
a Jew, was once asked what he
considered life's most fundamen-
tal message. He answered, "I
believe the New Testament
summed it all up in the 'Golden
Rule,' *Love your neighbor as
yourself.'"
Thus did a great journalist
reveal his abysmal ignorance of
his own faith's teachings, for
while it is true that Jesus pro-
claimed the above dictum he
was only reiterating the state-
ment found in our Holy Scrip-
tures in Leviticus 19:18.
John Stuart Mill once wrote
that while it is only fair to say
that the injunction to "love thy
neighbor as thyself does oc-
cur in the Five Books of Moses,
"how surprising it is that it
should be found there."
In commenting on Mill's ob-
servation, the late Rabbi Mor-
ris Adler in his "Great Passages
from the Torah" says: "The
concept of the Golden Rule is
to be found in other Jewish writ-
ings antedating the rise of Chris-
tianity. We mention it here not
for the purpose of claiming
priority or credit, but solely to
repudiate a libel upon the Jew-
ish faith."
The libel that Rabbi Adler
referred to is the familiar alle-
gation that the God of the Jew-
ish people is a God of strict
justice and vengeance, not a God
of loving-kindness and compas-
sion. How, then, can such an
expression of love as the Gold-
en Rule be found there?
This, then, is what disturbed
Mill and others who have no
comprehension of the Torah's
message.
Dr. J. H. Hertz, in his com-
ment on our text, correctly
notes that many Christian theo-
logians claim that the Old Testa-
ment is merely tribal in its ex-
pression of the Golden Rule.
These anti Judaists persist in
CvoiEMGHTING TIME
12 I ADAR 5:53
TV Programs
Sunday, Feb.'IS
"Jewish Worship Hour"
. WPLG-TV Ch. 109:30 a.m.
Host:
Rabbi Barry Tabachnikoff
Temple Bet Brelra
"Still, Small Voice"
WCKT-TV Ch. 710 a.m.
Host:
Rabbi Stanley Ringler
Guests:
Morton Silberman,
Gwen Weinberger
and
Harry Smith
Topic:
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charging that the "neighbor"
referred to in the commandment
is only a fellow Jew.
Hertz answers by referring us
to Leviticus 19:34, where the
rule is repeated in a slightly
modified form .There it states:
"The stranger that sojourneth
with you shall be unto you as
the home-bom among you, and
thou shalt love him as thyself;
for you were strangers m the
land of Egypt."
This would seem to conclu-
sively refute those who would
attempt to pervert the message
of our Scriptures.
The more generalized libel of
a God who inspires fear and not
love is contradicted over and
over again throughout the chap-
ters of our Scriptures, not to
mention the Talmud and Mid-
rash. It is only those who come
to the study Of Torah with pre-
judices who fail to understand
its message of compassion,
peace, justice and love. #,
A perusal of many bloody
chanters of Jewish history
from the Crusades, the Inquisi-
tions and the blood-libel accusa-
tions to the pogroms, the Holo-
caust and world silencewould
seem to indicate that those who
claim the Golden Rule for them-
selves have never really applied
it.
We are enjoined not to
espouse the concept of love but
rather to act in a loving man-
ner to others. In the words of
Hillel. "Whatever is hateful to
you, do it not to thv fellow."
I am reminded of Lessing q
"Nathan the Wise" where he
relates the story about a king
who possessed a magical ring
which guaranteed him success
in all his endeavors. The king
had thre sons and at the end
of his life he did not know to
whom to transfer the ring.
Unbeknownst to his sons, he
commissioned a skilled ieweler
to create two exact copies of
the original ring. On his death-
bed the king summoned the
sens one bv one and to each
gave one of the rings, swearing
that it was the true ring.
After the king's death each
of the three sons oroduced the
ring, claiming that it was au-
thentic and that he was now
guaranteed acclaim, honor and
success. But which one was the
original?
The sons took their oroblem
to a judge, who told them that
their father was indeed very
I wise. Let each son act in such
a way as to merit success and
the result would determine who
possessed the real ring,
i
Lessing asserted that Islam,
Christianity and Judaism all
claimed Divine authority for
their religions. Rather than con-
tention and fratricide ^o govern
their actions, however, let the
future decide which was the
authentic religion by its ad-
. herents living up to the princi-
ples each acknowledged as
fundamental.
' Who has lived up to the
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Jan Sokol
David Weinberg
Janice Berliner
SHERYL SERBIN
Sheryl Hope Serbin, daughter
of Phyllis Yawitt and Jon Ser-
bin, will become a Bat Mitzvah
on Saturday at Temple Beth
Sholom at 10:45 a.m.
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JAN SUSAN SOKOL
Jan Susan, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. David Z. Sokol, will
be called to the Torah as a Bat
Mitzvah on Saturday morning at
9:30 at Temple Zion.
Jan is a seventh-grader at
Gfades Junior High School,
where she is on the student
council. She received her He-
brew education and religious
(raining at the South Dade He-
brew Academy, where she was
vice president of the school.
Following the services Mr.
and Mrs. Sokol will host a re-
ception and luncheon at the
Sheraton Four Ambassadors in
Jan's honor.
Special guests will include
Jan's great-grandmother. Mrs.
Celia Handler, of West Hartford
Conn,; her grandparents Mr.
and Mrs. I. H. Halprin of St.
Petersburg and Mrs. Sadie So-
kol of New London. Conn.
TAMI SELTMA
Dr. and Mrs. Heiv' t Selt-
man's daughter. Tanu Robyn,
will be Bat Mitzvah on Satur-
day evening at Temple Or Olom.
Tami, a seventh-grader at
West Miami Junior High, is in
the school chorus and is presi-
dent of Kadima USY. She is a
member of the Garden Club
and the Future Teachers of
America, and her hobbies are
ceramics and collecting glass
animals.
In Tami's honor her parents
will host a reception and dinner
following the service and an
open house on Sunday.
Special guests include Tami's
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Seltman and Mrs. Mollie Krutel,
all of Miami Beach, and her
cousins Dr. and Mrs. David
Spiegal of Pittsburgh.
6 & -b
JANICE BERLINER
Janice Emily, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. M. Jay Berliner, will
be called to the Torah as a
Bat Mitzvah on Saturday morn-
ing at Beth David Congregation.
Janice is in the sixth grade in
Beth David's Religious School,
where she is a member of the
choir. At Deerborne Junior
High, where she is in the eighth
grade, she is a member of the
tennis team, chorus and Pep
Club. She is Coral Gables Youth
Center tennis champion and
has performed as a tap and
jazz dancer at Miami Beach ho-
tels and Dade County Auditor-
ium with the Joe Michaels dance
troupe. She has also appeared
in several plays.
Mr. and Mrs. Berliner will
host the Hddush following serv-
ices, and special guests include
.'^nice's brother, Fred, of New
York.
fr ir &
DAVID WEINBERG
David Brian, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joshua Weinberg, will be-
come a Bar Mitzvah at Beth
Torah Congregation on Satur-
day morning.
A graduate ot Beth Torah
Harold Wolk Religious School.
David now attends the Hebrew
High department.
David is an eighth-grader at
John F. Kennedy Junior High,
where he is on the wrestling
tam. He enioys the ocean and
snorkeling for tropical fish for
his salt-water aquarium, fishing
or gathering live shells when
the tide is low.
In David's honor his parents,
two brothers and sister will host
a luncheon following services,
and on Sundav evening there
will be a reception at home for
David's friends.
Women' American
ORT
Coral (tablet Chanter will
meet on Wednesday. Feb. 18. at
1 p.m. at the First Federal Sav-
ings Bank building on Coral
Way. There will be a report on
the nlans for ORT Day '76 and
a film, "There Have Been
Changes Made," concerning
changes in fashion, through the
courtesy of Southern Bell. Es-
telle Stein is chapter president.
* tfr 6
Kendall Chapter will have its
annual Las Vegas Night on Sat-
urday, Feb. 28, at 8 p.m.. at the
South Miami Chamber of Com-
merce Building at Fuchs Park.
The public is invited. Enid Zer-
lin is chapter president.
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A luncheon at Westview Country Club
hosted by Herbert Buchwald and Howard
R. Scharlin in honor of Ambassador Av-
raham Harman, president of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem, brought together
local and national leaders of the Amer-
ican Friends of the Hebrew University.
Above (from left) are Buchwald, president
of the Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Friends; Ambassador Harman;
Rabbi Leon Kronish, who will receive the
Judah L. Magnes Award at the Feb. 21
National Society of Founders Dinner at
the Fontainebleau Hotel; and Scharlin,
chairman of the National Founders Din-
ner and Academic Conference, which will
be held Feb. 22, also at the Fontaine-
bleau. Below (from left) are Seymour
Fishman, executive vice president of the
American Friends; Judge Herbert S. Sha-
piro, past president of the Greater Miami
Chapter; David B. Liebman, member of
the host committee; and Eli Timoner, co-
chairman of the dinner and conference.
JVS Exploring Self-Help
Employment Techniques
Self-help techniques in em-
ployment for older worker ap-
plicants will be explored by a
new Jewish Vocational Service
group on Miami Beach.
Steven Weisberg, in charge of
JVS job placement information,
said that the new group will
provide extra assistance to ap-
Dlicanta by planning individual
job searches.
To illustrate the aims of the !
new program,. Weisberg discuss-
ed the recent Dlacement of a ;
66-year-old widow as a part-
time companion to an elderly
Miami Beach woman.
She had sought JVS assist-
ance to supplement her social
security income "and also to
use her time productively."
Weisberg said that the JVS
Companion Homemaker Train-
ing Program provided the ap-
plicant with the proper techni-
ques to take on her part-time
job, "which proved a boon both
to her and to the elderly lady
for whom she now works."
The JVS Job Placement/Ca-
reer Planning / Rehabilitation
Workshop is at 318 NW 25th St.,
Miami.
Brotherhood Puppets
At Bet Breira
A hand puppet show will
highlight Temnle Bet Breira's
services this evening at 7:30 at
the Killian Pines United Meth-
odist Church.
According to Rabbi Barry
Tabachnikoff, a short, prayer
ritual will be featured with the
puppet show, the theme of
which is "brotherhood."
"We hone to get the children
more involved with the congre-
gation and involve the family as
a whole in our services," Ta-
bachnikoff said.
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Religious Services
MIAMI
|*VAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
ION, 995 SW 87th Ave. Orthodox.
3. in Zvl Raphael*. Cantor Aron
k.-n Aron. 1
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. M5
Collins Ave. OrjUlodox. Rabbi Sadi
Nahmias. 31
KT2 CHAIM CONGREGATION. 1644
Washington Av. Orthodox. J2
||SHE EMES CONGREGATION.
SW 19th Ave. Conservative.
feantor Sol Pakowitz. 2
;TH AM TEMPLE. 5950 N. Ken.
C Dr. Reform. Dr. Herbert M.
numgard. Associate Rabbi Mitchell
efiti. 3
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th St. Causeway.
Conservative. Cantor Murray Yav-
neh. 32.A
ET BREIRA CONGREGATION.
i lit SW 112th St. Liberal. Rabbi
rry Tabachnikoff. 3-A
ETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
onservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
;jr tor William Lipson. 4-A
ETH DAVID SOUTH. 7500 SW
Ei.-h St. Conservativs. Rabbi Sol
andau. Cantor William Lipson. 4-B
AGUDAS ACHIM NUBACH SEFARD
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Mordecai CNiimovits.
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 Biscayno Blvd., Miami, Fla.
33137. 576-4000. 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., Nprth Miami
Beach, Fla. 33162. 947-6094. Rabbi
Seymour Friedman Executive
Director.
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center. 19255
NE 3rd Ave. Orthodox. 33-A
[TH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
lodern Traditional. Rabbi Max Sha-
iro. Cantor Leon Segal. Rev. Men.
Gutterman. 6
EETH TORAH CONGREGATION.
1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd. Con-
servative. Dr. Max A. Lipschitz.
Cantor Jacob B. Mendelson. 34
ETH TOV TEMPLE. 6438 SW 8th
:. Conservative. Rabbi Charles Ru-
dci. a
JAI ISRAEL AND GREATER ML
KM) VHITH SVN'fl :>'- ''. )
Sunset Drrve. Orthodox. Rabbi Ralph
Ic ixman. o-A
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 571
NE 171st St. Orthodox. Rabbi Ne-
sim Gambach. Cantor Joseph Na-
houm. 36-A
i'NAI RAPHAEL CONGREGATION.
1431 NW 183rd St. Conservative.
tthbl Victor D. Zwelling. Cantor
Jack Lerner. 36
S'MAI TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE.
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsiey. Cantor Irving
Shull 37
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Bid-
nick. 38
Society for
Young Performers
Ruth Brotman, director of
the Society for Youns? Perform-
ers, has announced that Tony
Siinone, Italian tenor, will be
accompanied by Warren Broome
at a n^rformance on Wednes-
day, Feb. 18. at 1:30 p.m. at the
Miami Beach Public Library.
Also on the program are the
Theodore Newman StrinR Quar-
tet, guitarist Jose Lezcano. viol-
inist Robert Weschler, and nian-
ists Marcus Struller and Mindy
Fleiszig.
5RAEL TEMPLE OF GREATER
IMIAMI. 137 NE Hth St. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Zev Left. 39
5RAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St, Conservative. Rabbi Solomon
aldenberg. Cantor Nathan Par
ass. 11
OLOM TEMPLE. 8755 SW 16th
|t. Conservative. Rabbi David M.
laron. Cantor Stanley Rich. 13
tAEL-SOUTH TEMPLE (former.
Beth Tikva). 9025 Sunset Dr. Re-
arm. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 13-A
CORAl GABLES
JUDEA TEMPLE. 5550 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Michael B. Ei-
senstaU. Cantor Rita Shore. 40
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ZAMORA TEMPLE. 44 Zamora Ave.,
Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein.
41
kMUEL TEMPLE. 8900 SW 107th
kve.. Suite 306. Conoservative. 9
'ERETH ISRAEL TEMPLE. 6800
Miami Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
lalomon Banarroch. 14
ION TEMPLE. 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
ervativa. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro,
antor Errol Helfmah. 16
HILLEL JEWISH STUDENT CEN-
TER. COLLEGE STUDENT SYNA-
GOGUE. University of Miami. 1100
Miller Drive. Traditional and Lib-
eral Services. Rabbi Richard A.
Davis.
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. 50
HIAIEAH
rERETH JACOB TEMPLE. 951 E.
th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na-
han Zolondek. 15
HOMESTEAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER.
183 NE 8th St. Conservative. 51
NORTH MIAMI
ETH MOSHE fifNGREGATION.
?ZS NE 121st St. Conservative. Rab-
bi Dr. Paniel J. Flngerer. Cantor
rrhuda Binyamin.
,35
FORT IAUDERDAIE
BETH ISRAEL TEMPLE. 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Conservative.
Rabbi Philip A. Labowitz. Cantor
Maurice Neu.
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lUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
frthodox. Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever.
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VNU-EL TEMPLE.
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IEGAI NOTICE
EMANU-EL TEMPLE. 3243 W. Oak-
land Park Blvd. Reform. Cantor Je-
rome K lament. 43
ETH EL. 2400 Pine Tree Dr. Ortho.
p>. Rabbi Alexander Gross. 5
TH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Jtaohi Mordecai Shapiro. 18
ETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Irtnodox. Rabbi Shmary?liU T.
|wirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
19
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 9106
NW 57th SI. Conservative. Rabbi
Milton J. Gross. 44-A
YOUNG ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD.
3897 Stirling Rd. Orthodox. Rabbi
Moshe Bomzer. 52
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKKY GIVEN thai
the undersigned desiring to engage
in business (rnder the fletltlou; name
,,. ki. .h.i.ah el M B.W. i" Ave.,
Suite JOB, Miami, Fla JS1SS Intend! to
register said name with 'I" ''".....
rhe Circuit Court ol Dad* < ounty,
Florida. _
CARLOS I'KKKZ
i 13-20-21 3/.>
TH RAPHAEL TEMPLE. 1545
Irrierson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Elliot Winograd. Cantor Saul Breeh.
20
DEERFIELD BEACH
JEWISH CENTER BETH ISRAEL
OF DEERFIELD BEACH. Century
Village East. Conservative. Rabbi
David Berent. *2
|ETH SHOLOM TEMPLE. 4144
Shase Ave. Liberal. Dr. '_eon Kron-
Bh. Cantor David Conviaer. 21
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ETH SOLOMON TEMPLE. 1031
.incoln Rd. Modern Conaervative.
tabbi David Raab. Cantor Mprdecai
rardeini. 21-A
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
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ih- undersigned, cIcMrinK to engage
i business uml.T ihi- fictitious name
of HAPPY FASHIONS at MM .W.
go Street, Miami, Fla, M142 Intend! to
register said name with the lerk of
iii,- Circuit Court of Dads County,
Florida.
MAC^CA8TLNWRA8jjon
ETH TFILAH CONGREGATION.
135 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi I.
Tropper. 22
|TH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
riON. 848 Meridian Ave. Orthodox.
*abbi Dow Rozencwaig. 22-A
HAUANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
416 NE 8th Ave. Conservative. Rab-
bi Harry E. Schwartz. Cantor Jacob
Danziger.
12
?.
Al ZION TEMPLE. 200 178th St.
rthodox. Rabbi Dr. Abraham I.
cobson. 22-B
MJBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
Washington Ave., Orthodox.
bbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
BAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW
ONGREGATION. 715 Washington
,ve. Orthodox. Rabbi Meir Masliah
elamed. 23-A
PEMBROKE PINES
TEMPLE IN THE PINES. 1900 Uni-
versity Drive. Conservative. Rabbi
Sidney I. Lubin. *3
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HOUYWOOD
BETH EL TEMPLE. 1351 S. 14th
Ave. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Assistant Rabbi Harvey M. Rosen-
feld.
45
ANU-EL TEMPLE. 1701 Wash-
gton Ave. Conservative. Dr. Irving
ehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
EBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine
Tree Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
S. Gross. 25
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
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Or. Tibor H. Stern. Can-
tor Meyer Engel. 26
BETH AHM TEMPLE. 310 SW 62nd
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi David Ro-
senfield. 47B
.KNESETH ISRAEL. 1478 Euclid Avo.
! Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
I Cantor Abraham Self. 27
MENORAH TEMPLE. 620 75th St.
; Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo.
C witz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
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NCR TAMID TEMPLE. 80th St. and
* Tatum Waterway. Conservative. Dr.
Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Edward
Klein. 29
SOLEL TEMPLE. 5100 Sheridan St.
Liberal. Rabbi Robert Frazlh. 47-C
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PLANTATION
PLANTATION JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 400 S. Nobb Hill Rd, Re-
form. Rabbi Arthur S. Abrams. 64
IEV SHALOM. 7056 Bonita Dr. Or-
bodox. Rabbi Phineas A. Waber-
n. 30
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL TEMPLE. 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Drazin.
Cantor Abraham Kester. 48
Munlirr of Hie Habliini. al A' -" -liitl'm
of Greater Miami.
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 MBTZGBR l,EUHO.\
Petitioner
DAVID uii.i.K.M LBDDON,
Respondent
in David WilU-m l*dnon
2.Mh Aviaiion liattallon
L'Slh Infantry Division
Ban Francisco, California 96225
YOU AUK HEREBY NOTIFIBD
thai - , i;.u-. anil,or Annulment lias .....in Hi-
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lo serve s copy or your wrtttMi de-
fenses, If any, lo it on i HAI.I.J'..-
(IBHTLEH, attorney for Petitioner,
h..... address is 42H l.iiKoln lioa.l,
Miami Beach, Florida HIM. and file
H,.. original with the clerk of the
gh^ve styled court on or before Marcn
nth, 1976; otherwise a default will be
entered sgalnsl you for the reilel >-
manded in the complalnl or petition
This notice shall be published once
each week f..r four eonseeutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI-OKTDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court al .Miami, Florida on this
2'J day "f January, 1978. _
UK'IIAHI) P. BRINKBR
As Clerk, ("Ireuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By l.. SNBEDBN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Charh s Qertler
4l'o Lincoln Hoad
Miami Beach. Florida J3139
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Friday, February 13, 197
LEGAL MOTKI
U6AL NOTKi
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NQ PROPERTY)
IN THE CIROUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIROUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-3547
PETITION FQR ADOPTION
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
IN RE: THE ADOPTION OF A
MINOR:
by ALLEN CABER and
GLORIA CAHER, his wife.
Petitioners
TO: COLE nRVILLB IU.ESSIN<;
RESIDENCE AND ADDKKS8
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Acloption has hern
filed, and you are required to *erve
eopy of your written Pleadings if
any. to it on l.ouis K. Heller, attorney
for 1'clilioner. whose address is 4jn
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undrrsiRned. desiring to enitaire.
in business under the fictitious name.
of PAN AMERICAN GRAPHIC ARTS
at 1890 W. 4, Avenue, Hlaleah, Fla.
33010 Intends to register said name,
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court off
Dade County, Flqplda.
MARTIN ROCA
1/30 2/6-13-10,
fi.r i tiriMniii, w nupt mmi t--.~ ir- t_"
Lincoln Road Suite 238 Miami Beach,
Florida S3189, and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before March l". 1976:
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
in the petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks.
In THE JEWI8H FLORIDIAN,
WITNESS m> hand and the seal of
laid court at .Miami. Florida on this
8rd day of February, 19M.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
I lade County, l-'lnrida
By L SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Clrcull Court Seal)
Louie R. Beller, Esq.
SO Lincoln Hoad
Miami Beach. Florida 3313ft
Attorney for Petitioner
2/6-13-20-#7
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENFRA' JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No. 76-936
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
In Re The Marriage Of
INKS \1 CANNON, wife and
LILLY JOE CANNON, husband.
TO: BILLY JOE CANNON
Residence Cnknnwn
You ARE HEREBY notified that a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you
:iie hereby required to serve a copy of
your answer or other pleading to the
Petition on the Wife's Attorney, LES-
TER ROflBM, whose address is 1454
N.W. 17 Avenue, Miami. Florida 33126.
and file the original with the Clerk
of the above styled Court on or before
this li'th day of March, 1970. or a De-
fault will he entered agafnNt vou
DATED THIS i'tli day of February.
197(1
KICHAHD P. BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By N. A. HEWETT
2/13-20-27 3/5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under tbe fictitious name
of MR BELVEDERE ADVERTIS-
ING AND PROMOTIONS at Dade
County, Fla. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
M. .1. LEZHI.L
SARETTA MOSHER
1/J0 2/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
rf GUSTA EXPORT OF MIAMI at
.'34 N.E. 25 St., Miami, Fla. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida.
GUSTAVO E. CHACON
1/30 2'B-13-20
CIRCUIT COURT, 11TM JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO. 76-2235
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
JOSEPH M D'HAITI.
Husband, ^^^
SADIE D'HAITI.
Wife.
You. SADIE D'HAITI, RESIDENCE
UNKNOWN, are hereby notified to
serve a copy of your Answer to the
Dissolution of Marriage filed against
you, upon husband's attorney
GEORGE NICHOLAS. ESQ., 612 N.W.
12th Avenue, Miami, Florida 33136.
and file original with Clerk of Court
on or before March 5, 1976; otherwise
the Petition will be confessed by you.
Dated this 22nd day of Jan., 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER, CLERK
By: S. JAFFE
As Deputy Clerk
1/30 2/G-13-20
UULNMKI,
IN THE CHMJOIT COURT Of THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FQB DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENEflAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CAE NO. 76-S901
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In- Re The Marriage Of
MARIE M. PREVAL wife and
SUENES PHEVAL. husband
TO: SUMENES PREVAL
c/o Office de Cafe
Route Cite Cadet
Port Au Prince. Haiti
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you
nre hereby required to serve a copy of-
your answer or other pleading to the
Petition on the Wife's Attorney. LES-
TER ROGERS, whose address Is 1454
N.W. 17 Avenue. Miami. Florida
33125, and file the original with the
Clerk of the above styled Court on or
before tills 19 day of March, 1976, or
a Default will be entered against you.
DATED this 5 day of Feb.. 1976.
RICHARD P. BRLNKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By O. FREDERICK
2/13-20-27 J/5
LEGAL NOTKf
- I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 75-38695 (Division 12)
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
RENOTICE OF ACTION
W T. QUEEN a SONS. INC..
a Florida corporation.
, I'.'.iintiff.
vs
CLYDE MADDUX- and WILLENE
MADDUX his wife, and
UNITED STATES STEEL
CORPORATION, a corporation
authorized to do buiness In the
State of Florida.
Defendants.
TO: CLYDE MADDUX AND
WILLENE MADDUX, his wife
Residence: Cookeville Highway
Cumberland Countv
Croeaville, Tennessee
Mailing Address: Pot' Office Box 59
Ccossville. Tennessee 3860t>
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion k, foreclose a mortgage on the
following property in Dade County.
Florida:
Lot 13. Block 10, 1NIJKITA SEC-
TION "A." according to the Plat
thereof, as recorded in Plat Book
0 at Page 45. of the Public Rec-
ords of Dade County. Florida; to-
!ether with all furniture, furnlsh-
urs. appliances and fixtures cur-
rently on the premises located at
$8151 S.W. 174th Street. Miami
Florida 33157. '
has been filed against you and you
trZJe" Ae,a-,0 8erve a py written defenses, if any, to it on V
ROBERT CARLISLE. Plaintiffs aU
Ci^f.,'' c^T ^SK? '" 2" Alharabra
Circle, (oral Gables. Florida 33134.
on or before March 5. 1976. and file
Cr.nr""$ 2"' PP Ule Clerk ot th'
J ourt either before service on plain-
J!L" "Vi.rney or 'mmediately there-
fli-a oth?rwl8 a "e'ault w, bs
tered against you for the relief de-
manded In the Complaint
M^'lTiS my hand and RICHABD p. BRINKER, as Clerk
of the Circuit Court
By N. A. HEWETT
as Deputy Clerk
.._____________1/30 2/6-13-2U
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
#.-.,P/,DE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
,M C'VIL ACTION NO. 76-2910
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
BLDA BOCANEGRA,
PetlUoner.
and
JULIO BOCANEGRA.
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
1% JV,Ii BO<-'ANEGRA. Carrera
41D No. 78B-37. Uarrangullla. Colom-
bia, are hereby notified to file your
Answer to the Petition for Dissolu-
tion of Marriage with the Clerk of
the Court and mall a copy to the Pe-
titioner's Attorney HENRY M
WA1TZKIN, 740 71st Street. Miami
Beach. Florida 33141, on or before
2nd day of March, 1976; or this Peti-
tion for Dissolution of Marriage filed
against you will be taken as confessed
,JP*ATED ,ni" -Sl" da>' of January.
M RICHARD P. BRLNKER.
Clerk of Circuit Court
by: L. SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
1/30 2/6-13-20
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-2594
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
BERTHA FARACI
Wife.
UUISSEPPE FARACI,
Husband.
TO: OUISSEPPE FARACI
Via Giovanni
Amendola 41
Cefalu 90015
Palermo, Sicily. Italy
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
rlage has been filed against you and
yeu an required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, If any, to it
on Albert L. Carrlcarte, Esq.. attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose address is
1491 N.W. 7th Street. Miami Florida,
and file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or before
March 5, 1976; otherwise a default
will he entered against you for the re-
lief demanded in the complaint or pe-
tition.
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
26th day of Jan.. 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
DadV Countv. Florida
By 8. UPPS
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ALBERT L. CARRICARTE. ESQ.
2491 N.W. 7th Street
Miami, Florida 33125
Attorney for Petitioner
Phone No. 649-7917
1/30 2/6-13-20
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. 76-4077
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
ROBERTA JEAN OAZETSKY
Petitioner-Wife,
and
GREGORY MICHAEL GAZETSKY
Respondent Husband
TO: GREGORY .MICHAEL
GAZETSKY
R.D. 2
Finleyvllle, Pennsylvania 15332
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you ate required to serve a copy of
your wrrltten defenses. If any. to It
on Louis R. Beller Eso., attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 420 Lin-
coln Road, Suite 238, Miami Beach,
Florida 33139, and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before March 17. 1976;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
In the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH F1AIKIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
6th day of February, 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
Bv 1 SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
2/13-20-27 3/5
NOTICE UNDIR
FICTITIOUS NAME-LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of BLUESTEIN AND COMPANY at
1424 Brioke.ll Avenue, Miami, Fla..
33131 Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County Florida.
JULES I. BAGDAN
LEO BLUESTEIN
JOSEPH GOLUB
NORMAN L. GREEN
SALOMON WAINBERG
JOSEPH 8. ZIPPER
CERTIFIED PUBLIC
ACCOUNTANTS
1/30 2/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of HIGH SPIRITS at 1085 East 28th
Street, Hlaleah, Florida intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
JENNELLE. INC.
1085 East 28th Street,
Hlaleah, Florida 33013
KURT WELLISCH
Attorney for JENNELLE. INC.
161 Almerla Avenue. Suite 200-K.
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
1/30 2/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Royalcards at 3514 S. Dixie Hlgh-
iray, Miami. Fl. 33133 intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
DAKAR CORP.
Eugene Lemllcb
Attorney for Dakar Corp,
2720 W. Flagler St.. Miami. FI.
1/86- 2/S-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
of MR. KOOL; MR. KOOL AUTO
AIR CONDITIONING: MR. KOOL
AUTO-AIR SPECIALIST at 10202
N.W. 80 Ave., Hlaleah Gardens. Fl.
Intends to register said names with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
MR. KOOL OF WEST DADE. INC.
a Fla. Corp. Owner
BV GERALD L JONESVice-Pres.
1/30 2/6-13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 76-3858
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN RE: The Marriage Of:
I'lH'MAS II MINN
Petitioner,
and
AMELIA MINN.
Respondent.
TO: AMELIA MINN
18 Indian Queen Lane
Maple Shade, New Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses to It, If any,
upon STEPHEN L. RASKIN, Peti-
tioner's attorney, whose address Is
7200 Bird Road, Miami. Florida 33155.
on or before the 19th day of March
1976 and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either before serv-
ice on Petitioner's attorney or imme-
diately thereafter; otherwise a default
will be entered for the relief demanded
in the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court on Feb. 5. 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
as Clerk of said Court
By B. LIPPS
As Deputy Clerk
2/13-20-27 3/5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in busin, ai under the fictitious names
of MR KOOL; MR. KOOL AUTO
AIR CONDITIONING: MR. KOOL
AUTO-AIR SPECIALIST at 161 N.W.
78 St., Miami, Fl. intends to register
said names with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MR. KOOL OF NORTH DADE. INC.
a Fla. Corp. Owner
BY: GERALD L JONESVice-Pres.
1/30 2/6-13-20
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY ______
GENERAL JUWS*r4*Of4 BIV*IO
Civil Action Me. 7V.4TW
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
JOYCE MITCHELL HIRSCHHORN.
Wife,
and
STEPHAN HIRSCHHORN.
Husband.
TO: STEPHAN HIRSCHHORN
c/o Charles Hlrschhorn
155 West 68th Street
New York, New York 10023
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 ot
your written defenses, if any, to It oa
JOSEPH W. MALEK. ESQUIRE, at-
torney for Petitioner, whose addreae
is 350 Lincoln Road, Suite 501 Miami
Beach. Florida 33139, and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before February 2a,
l!>76; otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published one*
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal ot
said court at Miami, Florida, on this
19th day of January, 1976.
KCI1AHI) P. BRINKER.
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By L. SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
JOSEPH W. MALEK
3J50 Lincoln Road Suite 501
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
1/23-30 2/6-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CASE NO. 76-1920
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE TO APPEAR
(BY PUBLICATION)
IN RE: The Marriage of GAIL B.
RICHARDS, wife and HOWARD G
RICHARDS, husband. <
TO: HOWARD G. RICHARDS
801 Cooper landing Road
Apt. A-103
Cherry Hill. New Jersey, 08034
YOU ARE HEREBY required t
serve a copy of your Answer to the
Petition for Dissolution of .Marriage
herein on the Petitioner's Attorney.
MURRAY Z. KLEIN, 800 SryboM
iluildiiig. Miami, Florida and file the
original in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before Febru-
ary 27. 1J7| or said cause will be takea
as confessed by you.
,J 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER. Clerk
Clerk of the Circuit Court
C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
1/23-30 2.6-1*

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. 76-3953
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: SONIA GALLO
Petitioner-Wife
and
VINCENT J. GALLO
Respondent-Husband
TO: VINCENT J. GALLO
132 Sycamore Avenue East
Klngsburg, New Jersey 00374
vOH ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
St tut action for Dissolution of Mar-
> oifee nas oeen filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any, to ft on
LOUIS R. BELLER. attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address is 430 Lincoln
Road, Suite 238, Miami Beach, Flor-
ida 33139, and file the original with
the clerk of the above styled court on
or before March 17 1976: otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint
or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
oth day of February, 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By L SNEEDEN
,rn ,. As DePUy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Louis R. Beller, Esu
ItO Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla. 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
2, 1.1-20-27 3/5
NOl ic t, OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-3988
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
GENE EDWARD BECK,
Petitioner/Husband,
and
TERRI A, BECK,
Respondent/Wife,
TO: TERRI A. BECK
Route 5
Box 273
Thomasville, North Carolina
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, If any, to it on
Marcelo M. Agudo, attorney for Pe-
titioner, whose address is AGUDO
ANTON ft PINEIRO. 1647 8.W 27th
Avenue. Miami. Florida 33146. and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Mar
19, 1976; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief de-
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 court at Miami, Florida on this'
ath day of February, 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By B. J. FOY
, As DePUty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Marcelo M. Agudo, Esq.
AGUDO ANTON ft PINEIRO
1047 aw. 27th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33145 Ph. No 804-2643
Attorney for Petitioner
2/13-20-27 8/5

1 ,'30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NUMBER 76-208
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
IDA H. BUiOMFIELD
a/k/a IDA HI.OOMFIELD
Deceased.
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ABc VH ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE
ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the administration of the estate
of IDA H. BLOOMFIELD a/k/a IDA
BLOOM FIELD, deceased. File Num-
ber 76-208. is pending in the Circuit
Court for Dade County. Florida. Pro-
bate Division, the address of which Is
Dade County Courthouse, 73 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida. The
Personal Representatives of the estate
are ROBERT M. BLOOMFIELD whose
address is 7 Frescott Drive, Marlboro,
New Jersey, and HARVEY BIjOOM-
FIELD whose address is 521 Bassett
Road, Bay Village, Ohio. The name
and address of the Personal Repre-
sentative's attorney are set forth be-
All persons having claims or de-
mands against the estate arc required
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
XHP,ATE OF THE F'RST 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 the
Hr '"J .'J16 """, ,he "" and ad-
dress of the creditor or his agent or
attorney and the amount claimed. If
the claim Is not yet due, the date
when 1. will become due shgllbe slat?
n :i ."? cJalm u conUnant-or un-
hquidated the nature of the Uncertain-
ty shall be stated. If the claim is se-
Thl. ell.e SeCUri'y "ha" be described.
The claimant shall deliver sufficient
copies of the claim to the clerk to
enable the clerk to mail one copy to
each personal representative.
All persons Interested In the estate
g3 T^T^EToF^Ff R|
PUBLICATION OF THISNOTIclJ
'Vny "n^'ions they mav have
that challenges the validity of"he tie?
'"'""s will, the qualifications of the
personal representatives or the venue
or Jurisdiction of the court *
">'' OKKVKK BARRED "'LL
NoUce0 0of,hIdmT.?UbIlc",lon of th's
1976 Administration: Feb. 13,
ROBERT If, BLOOMFIELD
HARVEY BLOOMFIELD
Mt^rnV",,"'" /'"""-Suite 10B bCHEtR
538-63611 Florlda m3
2/13-20
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
__, NO 75-39843 Div. 25
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
..,, NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
1AMUA FEDERAL SAVINGS
AM) IXIAN ASSOCIATION.
Plaintiff,
vs.
DIAMa SMITH and........................
her husband, if married
SESSF8 ;N'AT,UNAL BANK OF
MIAMI, and CARMINE A. BRAVO.
resilience unknown, if living; un-
known spouses, if remarried, and If
uead. then unknown spouses, if re-
married; all unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees, Honors, creditors,
rustees, or otherwise claiming by,
.Y'i'vi S',^.or asa'nst the said
DIAMA SMITH and..........
her husband, if married, CITIZENS
CA.T1, v.-.1. MA,NK OF MIAMLand
o,w', K A H.HAVO and against all
other persons having or claiming to
ta?h.*!,y r,Kn'- iU,e or 'ntereatin or
to the property herein described.
Defendants.
TO: D1AN1A SMITH and
Str.,h""band. married, CJT1-""
W'AMI and CARMINE A
aKAVO. residence unknown, if
living; unknown spouaee, If
remarried, and if dead, then un-
known spouses If remarried; all
unknown heirs, devisees, grant-
ees, assignees, lienors, creditors
trustees, or otherwise claiming
ny, through, under or ajcalnat
the said filANIA SMITH and
;,.............................her husband.
if married, CITIZENS NA-
CA0HMi?i^NS F M,AMJ- **
CARMINE A. BRAVO and
against all other persons having
"r 'aiming to have any right.
title or interest in or to the
vou Tjy h,ere'11 described.
lOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
iJt f "?' to '^close mortgage
beet, fnlS" a"d P6""1 Property Si
FbTi ^.^fv,P,lalnt,ff- TAMPA FED-
CIATIGN GS AND U>AN ABt>'
Avi&x.r*1 to N for*c10-
ripmi.vK.l, FLBBTWOOD.
GARDENS. SECTION ONE. ac-
ed n*p? ,th?,pl' hereof, record-
ed In Plat Book 57, page 7 of
conl,AKl!: REQUIRED to serve a
copj of your answer or other plead-
r% m" uPla,ln,lff'8 Attorney MAL-
COUM H. FRIEDMAN. 800 Douglas
and file ".h81 2tfle* Flor,dft. 33134,
the rifr Jh 0riKlnaJ ln >e '<* ot
tfie Clerk of the above Court on or
t, h"", ",* 27,h da>' of FebSarV. ?976,
hdtltUlt ot whlch the complaint will
for iSen ,.a" cont^^ against you
tor the relief requested in Plaintlffe
complaint and pleadings
1976ATED 'hlS 15Ul **y
RK7HARP p BRINKER. Clerk
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County Florida
By: C. P. COPEHAND
Deputy Clerk

' y of January,


. '.-
ly. February 13, 1976
+JelstincrMtari
Page 1!hB
A Jerusalem Expo At
ith Dade Hebrew Academy
rhe splendor of Jerusalem as
spiritual center of Jewish
is the theme of program at
South Dade Hebrew Acad-

It
DROR ZADOK
ny on Sunday, Feb. 22, on the
rounds of Temple Zion.
The morning program is the
llmination of a two month-
ig series of learning units and
jjects conducted in the gen-
al studies and Judaic depart-
snts of the school under the
ection of Dror Zadok, He-
ew director.
"The City of Jerusalem, in
Dth its physical and historic
Moects, as well as its spiritual
ftlf'.uence on Jewish life, cannot
be overestimated," said Zadok.
The City has served not only
MB the capital of Israel in the
Best and the present but as the
source of Jewish hopes and
longings throughout the ages."
The study of Jerusalem in-
cluded such activities as lec-
tures, student reports, debates,
quizzes, school newspapers, and
creative writing. A broad spec-
trum of resources were provid-
ed by the faculty for student
independent study, including
books, mans, records, tapes,
slides and film strips.
THE PROGRAM will open
with greetings from Erwin B.
Marshall, princioal, followed by
dalmatic presentations depict-
ing the history of Jerusalem
under the direction of Rabbi
Arnold Richter. The school
choir, directed by Miriam Co-
hen, will offer a medley of songs
about Jerusalem. Israeli folk
dances relating to the theme of
Jerusalem will be performed by
the school's dance group di-
rected by Rachel Kugel.
A highlight of the day will be
thel sxfcib'ition of multimedia
arts and crafts by the students,
including a huge mosaic of the
Lion of Judah made up of tiles
created by the students under
the leadership of their art teach-
er, Marsha Kolman. Students'
portfolios will also be on dis-
play.
The program will conclude
with luncheon tendered by the
Parent Teacher Organization.
Abraham J. Gittelson, asso-
ciate director of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education,
will be honored for his con-
tribution to the school's educa-
tion program.
MEMBERS of the faculty
who have participated in tne
instructional units and in the
program are Meira Benbassat,
Paula Friedman. Benay Golo-
detz. Roberta Indein, Hana Iz-
hack, Marsha Kolman, Joan
Lewis, Ada Melzer, Dvorah
Naveh, Susan Nelson, Burton
Parker, Esther Parness. Rabbi
A. Richter and Barbara Tifford.
UGAL NOTKI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEX that
the undersigned, rienirinK to ensure
In business under the fictitious name
.if PI.OMKRIA CIBANA at 4401 N.W.
7th Street, Miami. Florida intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
' the Circuit Court of Dade County
1 Kloridii
ASStitMATED PLUMBING STOKES,
INC.
By: MANl'Kl. .MENUS,
as President
] ROTHENBEHO, KOOAN,
KORNBLUW k BENJAMIN
Attorneys for e\aaoclatad Plumbing
Stores
Suite 4t>4. Blaoayne lUiiMing
Miami. Florida ::::u
8/S-13-20-27
Israeli Artist Designs Pins
To Honor 'Woman Power'
For those women in South
Florida who purchase $1,500 or
re in State of Israel Bonds
specially designed sponsor pin
s been created by Israeli art-
Dani Karavan. Announce-
nt was made by Milton M.
arson, executive director,
uth Florida Israel Bond Or-
anization.
Karavan, best known for his
frescoes and murals, which
idorn the walls of banks, hotels,
Al terminals and government
buildings in Israel, the United
Btes and Switzerland, has de-
led the pin in the form of a
[bran breastplate.
Called "And I gathered you
. ," it symbolizes the re-
jrn of the Twelve Tribes of Is-
lel to their homeland and will
presented to the following
_ msor categories: Regular
Sponsor, $1,500, Jerusalem
Sponsor, $2,500, and Golden
onsor. $5,000.
pThe silver Diamond Trustee
l. to be presented to women
do purchase $10,000, repre-
its the new Jerusalem as a
Inter of the world. All pins
ire signed and dated and were
produced under Dani I'aravar.'s
loervisian.
According to Parson, "Wom-
an Power has been an important
force in the upbuilding of Israel
NOTICE Or ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-3223
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MAKKIA'IE OF:
PRBDDIE DORIS BRADY, Petitioner,
and
JHONN1E M. BRADY. Respondent.
TO: Mi. Jhcnnle M. Unidy
Residence Unknown,
Vi'l' aim: HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riaKi- lias hern filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any to It on
DAVID E. STONE. BSQUIRJL attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose address Is
101 N.W. 1L' Avenue. Miami, Floi-Ida
33128. (.1115) SS4-4SSS, and file the orig-
inal with the clerk of the above styled
court on or before March 12, 1976:
Otherwise a default will he entered
against you for the relief demanded
in (he complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI/>K1DIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
:i"th day of January 1976.
IlllHARD P. BRIN'KER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By M. J. HARTNETT
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
David E. Stone. Esquire
Stone. Sostcliln & Kosa, P.A.
101 N.W. 12 Avenue
Miami, FI, .13128 (324-45S5)
Attorney for Petitioner
2/6-13-20-27
from its earliest days. In 1976
it will be an even more import-
ant force in helping that nation
in its epic struggle for eco-
nomic survival. Whether she be
a homemaker. in business, in a
profession or active in com-
munity endeavors, today's wom-
an knows that she has the ca-
pacity to act. the ability to be
productive and the resources to
accomplish much for the things
she cart-s about "
JCCs Town Hall Series
Presenting Jackson., Shapp
Sen. Henry M. Jaakson. a
ndidate in Florida's March
..esidential Primary will ad-
dress the Jewish Community
pinters of South Florida's Town
jail Series audience on Sun-
day.. Feb. 15, at 8 p.m.
F Pennsylvania Governor Mil-
Ion Shapp will" speak" on Thurs-
day. Feb. 19, at 8 p.m.
I The Town Hall series is in-
tended to provide leaders from
both parties an opportunity to
discuss current and key issues
of the 1976 campaign and to
give the community- a chance
to ask questions of and enter
into dialogue with the candi-
dates.
The- piufiaiiis, apexr to the
public at no charge, will be
held at Temple Israel of Great-
er Miami, 137 DIE 19th St.
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. 76-3216
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
DESPINA WILLIAMS.
Petitioner,
and
CEORGE WILLIAMS.
Re/.ondent.
TO: GBOROB WILLIAMS
(residence unknown)
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses, If any, to It on
GLADYS GERSON, attorney for Peti-
tioner whose address Is Stone. Sost-
chin and Koss, P.A. 101 Northwest
12th Avenue, Miami, Florida 33128, and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before March
12, I'.'Y'i. otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief de-
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 court at Miami. Florida on this
30lh day of January 1976.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Bv M. J HARTNETT
As DepVv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
GLADYS GERSON. ESQUIRE
Stone, Sostchin and Koss, P.A.
Iol Northwest 12th Avenue,
Miami Florida 33128
Attorney for Petitioner
2/6-13-20-27
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. 76-3214
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
IN I.K: CARL DELRi IT I.ATTV,
1 vtitloner,
and
MARIE I.ATTV,
Heapondent.
I dene* unknown
Vir ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for i< lution "i Mar-
riage) has baan I ibi you and
.\ vour written defenses, if any. to it on
MITCHELL .1. Ill- "\ ittorney for
Petitioner, whoai ..!! KM Dou-
alas Road Suite 16IL Coral Qable*
Florida, and file the original with the
i lark "f the above ityled court on .,
before March i-, ItM; othera
ilet:iult will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
This notice shall le published once
ciich week for four conserutivc weeks
In THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of
'ild court ;it Miami. Florida on this
36th day of January 1976.
RICHARD P IHUNKER
A* Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By M. J HARTWETT
As Deputv Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
FK!RTMAN""L1FCUN '
MITCHELL J. LIPCON
2600 Douglas Road. Suite 1011
Coral Oablra. Florida 33134 (446-6485)
Attorney tor Petitioner
I/6-1J-J0-J7
Oceanside Plaza Plans
'Night for Israel; Feb. 18
At this time of American Bi-
centennial celebrations, the resi-
dents of Oceanside Plaza in Mi-
DANNY TADMORE
ami Beach will help another
young democracy, the State of
Israel, at their "Night for Is-
rael" on Wednesday, Feb. 18, at
7:30. The announcement was
made by Meyer Ruchman. chair-
man, and Maurice Peltz, co-
chairman.
The meeting on behalf of the
1976 Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization campaignor will
feature Israeli entertainer Dan-
ny Tadmore.
According to the chairman,
"The residents of Oceanside
Plaza will show their support
for Israel by pledging Israel
Bond commifnenfs to aid in her
urgently needed economic de-
velopment programs. The sup-
port of Israel Bond purchasers
will nermit the establishment of
additional new industrial enter-
prises based on the most sophis-
ticated knowhow and technol-
ogy, and at the same time help
Israel discover and develop lo-
cal energy sources in order to
reduce her dependence for fuel
on other countries."
Milton M. Parson, executive
director, Greater Miami Israel
Bond Organization, said that the
25-year-old Israel Bond cam-
paign has, since its inception,
mobilized more than S3.2 billion
for the development of every
facet of Israel's economy, in-
cluding agriculture, commerce
and trade.
Dr. Beber Passes at 76
Dr. Meyer Beber, former di-
rector and administrator of
Douglas County Hospital in
Omaha and a four-year resident
of Miami, died on Sunday at age
76. Services were held Tuesday
at the Gordon Funeral Home.
Dr. Beber, professor emeritus
of medicine and biochemistry
at the Douglas County Hospital,
was listed in "Who's Who in
America" for his work in ge-
riatrics. He was a member of
Phi Beta KaDna and a Fellow
of the American College of
Physicians.
Dr. Beber is survived by his
wife, Lillian: two sons. Dr.
Charles and Dr. Bernard; and
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South Florida Israel Bonds Dinner
To Pay Tribute to Ambassador Herzog
A group of South Florida
couples will attend a dinner of
tribute in honor of Chaini Her-
zog. Is i Is Ambassador to the
United Nations, on Thursday,
Feb. 26, at 6:30 p.m. at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
The dinner meeting, part of
a three-dav International Inau-
gural Conference to help launch
the 1976 campaign for State of
Israel Bonds, will be held under
the ausr>ices of the Prime Min-
ister's Club and the Society of
Trustees. Local hosts are Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Drexler of
Winston Towers, Mr. and Mrs.
I i iv Gerson of Miami Deach,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Siege!
of Bav Harbor Islands, and Mr.
and Mrs. Moses Hornstein of
Hollywood.
Diplomat, military leader, at-
torney and author. Ambassador
Herzog is being honored by
members of the Prime Minis-
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Smw at ("Utg Ijwll.ffltami Srorij.JfUiriba.
Miami Beach Mayor Harold Rosen has proclaimed the
week of Feb. 15-21 "Sholem Lodge Week" to honor
B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge No. 1024, B'nai B'rith's old-
est organization in South Florida. The Lodge was char-
tered on Jan. 19, 1926. The 50th anniversary executive
planning committee includes general chairman Harry
S. Schwartz and cochairman Mrs. Jean Schwartz, Mr.
and Mrs. Max Nadler, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Leiter, Mr.
and Mrs. Andor Klein, Mr. and Mrs. Al Zisman, Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Altholz, Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewison,
Lodge president and Mrs. Kenneth Hoffman, Mr. and
Mrs Andrew Tibor. Honorary chairmen are E. Albert
Pallot and Judge Milton A. Friedman. The Lodge will
celebrate at a dinner dance at the Fontainebleau Hotel
on Saturday, Feb. 21, at 7 p.m.____________
Dr. Singer Named Chairman Of
Adath Yeshurun-Bonds Dinner
Miami area ophthalmologist
Dr. Joseph A. Singer has been
named chairman of the Temple
Adath Yeshurun Israel Dinner
of State to be held on Sunday
evening, March 7, at the tem-
ple's auditorium in North Miami
Beach. The announcement was
made by Milton M. Parson,
executive director, Greater Mi-
ami Israel Bond Organization.
A graduate of Albert Einstein
College of Medicine, Dr. Singer
is affiliated with Mt. Sinai Medi-
cal Center and Parkway Gen-
eral Hospital and is a clinical
instructor at the University of
Miami School of Medicine.
Dr. Singer was graduated
summa cum laude from Yeshiva
College and cum laude from
Teachers Institute of Yeshiva
University. He is a member of
the Hebrew Academy of Great-
er Miami and is associated with
the American Medical Associa-
tion, Dade County and Florida
Medical Associations and the
Miami Ophthalmologic Society.
Dr. Singer said, "this is the
first State of Israel Bond dinner
to be held at the Temple, and a
committee has been mobilized
to make this a line turnout to
show the congregants' support
for and solidarity with the
brave people of Israel."
Spiritual leader of Temple
Adath Yeshurun is Rabbi Sim-
cha Freedman, president is
Morris Kate,___.___...____
CHAIM HERZOG
ter's Club (purchasers of $25,-
000 and over in Israel Bonds)
and of the Society of Trustees
(purchasers of $10,000 and over
in Israel Bonds).
The three-day conference,
which will also feature Deputy
Prime Minister and Minister of
Foreign Affairs Yigal Allon, will
inaugurate the worldwide sale
of Israel Bonds to meet the
major share of Israel's $1 bil-
lion 1976 development budget.
Robert L. Siegel is general cam-
paign chairman and Milton M.
Parson is the executive director
of the Greater Miami Israel
Bond Organization. Robert M.
Hermann is North Broward
board of governors chairman
and William Littman is chair-
man. South Broward board of
"overnors.
Rabbinic Leader
Giving Adult Ed
Lecture
On Monday, Feb. 16, at 8:30
p.m. at Beth David South, Rabbi
Wolfe Kelman, executive vice
president since 1951 of the
Rabbinical Assembly (Interna-
tional Organization of Conserva-
tive Rabbis), will addn
David Adult Education Se
on "The Americanization of the
Rabbinate."
Rabbi Kelman is a visiting
assistant professor of homiletics
and history at the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary and chairman.
of the academic board of the
Melton Research Center. He hai
been a member of the govern-
ing council of the World Jewish
Congress and chairman of in
cultural commission.
Among his many publication?
is "The Future of the American.
Synagogue."
The lecture is open to the
public.
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+Jewi$tnoridfo*n
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Orovitz Names HUC-JIR
Cochairmen and Committee
Max Orovitz, chairman for
the State of Florida of the He-
brew Union College-Jewish In-
stitute of Religion's centennial
committee, has announced the
appointment of Nathan Gume-
nick and Arnold P. Rosen as
cochairmen.
Gumenick, a builder and own-
er of apartment units in Rich-
mond, Norfolk and other Vir-
ginia cities, has built many
thousands of homes in commu-
nities he has created. Southgate
Towers in Miami Beach was the
first area high-rise venture.
The Gumenicks have a winter
home in Miami Beach, where
they ennui!" in one of their
hobbies, raising orchids. The
Gcmenicks' main hobby is world i
travel and although they have
made extensive trips abroad, he
says, "I've seen all the resort
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Gumenick is vice president
of Temple Israel.
Arnold P. Rosen is past pres-
ident of Temple Israel and a
member of the board of over-
seers of the Cincinnati School.
Orovitz also announced the
names of the Florida Commit-
tee members who will be in
charge of marking the 100th
anniversary of the College-In-
stitute, the Reform Movement
in Judaism's spiritual center
with campuses in Cincinnati,
New York, Los Angeles and
Jerusalem. Headed by Dr. Al-
fred Gortschalk, it trains rabbis,
cantors, educators and commu-
nal workers for the entire spec-
trum of Jewish life.
Events in Florida will be
highlighted by an academic
corr ocation and dinner on
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a number of prominent nation-
al and local persons will be
honored for their work for the
Jewish community, the Reform
Movement and the College-In-
stitute.
The members of Orovitz's
committee, which is still in for-
mation, are Melvin Baer. Tem-
ple Beth El, Hollywood; Robert
T. Benjamin, Jr., Loren Pollack
and Charles Rutenberg, all of
Temple B'nai Israel, Clearwa-
ter; Mrs. Harry Denner, Tem-
ple Israel, West Palm Beach;
Mack Esterson and Dr. Joel
Shrager, of Temple Beth El, St.
Petersburg; Ira Gelber, Tem-
ple Sinai, North Dade; Mrs.
Betty Hecht. Liberal Judaism,
Orlando; Sid Langer and Sam
Lubin, Temple Juiiea, Coral
Gables.
Also, Mrs. Anna Miller, Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, Miami Beach;
Bernard Nachman, Ahavath
Chesed, Jacksonville; CoL Na-
than R. Rood, Temple Israel,
Miami; Mrs. Richard Stone,
Temple Israel, Tallahassee; |
Prof. Ronald Tikovsky, Temple
Beth Am, Miami; Mrs. Estelle
Wagner, Temple Emanu-El, Fort
Lauderdale; Irving Wallace,
Schaarai Zedek Temple, Tam-
pa, and Mrs. Paul Wallins, Boca
Raton Hebrew Congregation.
Tzedakah Lodge
Art Auction
Tzedakah Lodge of B'nai
B'rith is sponsoring an art auc-
tion on Feb. 22 at 8 p.m. at the
Crooked Creek Golf Club on
SW 104th St. There will be a
preview showing at 7:30 p.m.
Conducted by the Howard
Mann Art Center nf Lamben-
ville. N.J., there will be orig-
inal oils, watercolors, drawings,
etchings and lithos by artists
including Braque, Buffet, Cal- \
der, Chagall, Dali, Charles Dana
Gibson, Cropper, Goya, Hirsch-
teld. Hogarth, Peter Max. Miro,,
Picasso. Rembrandt. Renoir and
many others. All works are
framed.
Majjn has been an art dealer
for a quarter of a century and
IB auctioneer for 17 years.
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NCCJ Brotherhood Dinner
l\ ther Theodore M. Hes-
burgh, CSC. in his 23rd year
as head of the University of
Notre Dame, will be the keynote
speaker at the 24th annual Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and .lews Brotherhood Awards
dinner to be held at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel. Thursday.
Feb. 26.
His chief contributions on
the national level have included
being on a nine-member board
anointed bv President Gerald
Ford to administer clemency to
Vietnam War draft dodgers and
deserters and serving on the
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
for 15 years.
In addition to receiving hon-
orary degrees from more than
40 colleges and universl
Father Hesburgh was awarded
the Medi! of Freedom, the na-
tion's highest civilian honor,
bestowed on him in 1964 by
President Lyndon B. Johnson.
The Yaniches Are Delegates
To Soviet Jewry Conference
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph (Yusi)
I. Yanich will be delegates to
the Second International Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry in
Brussels on Feb. 17-19. Com-
munity leaders from all over
the world will gather to discuss
how to help those Russian Jews
who desire religious and cul-
tural rights in the Soviet Union
or the opportunity to emigrate
in accordance with UN Human
Rights Conventions and the
1975 Helsinki conference.
Eleven years ago, Yanich
created the South Florida Con-
ference on Soviet Jewry and
has been its prime worker for
over eight years.
After the conference, Yusi
and Lorraine Yanich will travel
to Israel for a belated honey-
moon. They were married last
August. A highlight of the trip
will be visits with Yusi's moth-
er and sister, who live in Jeru-
salem.
Visits will also be made to
Soviet Jews living in Israel and
to those Israeli leaders involv-
ed in Yusi's new concern, the
plight of Syrian Jews.
Beverly and Leonard Tobin,
Lorraine's parents, will give a
combined belated wedding re-
ception and bon voyage party
for Yusi and Lorraine at home
on Sunday.
Yusi's son, Yoav, will teach
Yusi's Israeli folk dance groups
during his absence.
JWV Auxiliary No. 723
Plans Meeting, Social
The JWV Harry H. Cohen
Post and Auxiliary No. 723 will
hold a general meeting on Sun
day. Feb. 15. at 10 a.m. at the
Surfside Community Center.
The group also Diana a so-
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22, at 7:30 <\m. at the Washing
ton Federal Building, 1133 Nor-
mandy Drive.
Ann Horn is Auxiliary presi-
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Samet of AJ Committee
To Speak on 'Alienation'
Seymour Samet, National Di-
rector of the Dome&tic Affairs
Department of the American
" SEYMOUR SAMET
Jewish Committee, will discuss
Alienation, Arabs and Anti-
Semitism at a dinner meeting
of the Greater Miami Chapter
membership on Tuesday, Feb.
17 at Howard Johnson's on SE
2nd Ave. The announcement
was made by Robert I. Shapiro,
chapter chairman.
"Increasing! Arab investments
in American industries and
banks might conceivably lead to
the exertion of massive in-
fluence in America," said Sha-
piro. "This influence can be
exerted both politically and in
the private business world in
a way which is both immoral
and un-American."
Seymour Samet is responsible
for the supervision and coordi-
nation of the American Jewish
Committee's work in civil rights,
intergroun and community rela-
tions, education, youth, labor,
housing, race relations, urban i
affairs, business and social dis-
crimination programs, social

THEODORE ZALLES
ZaIIes Retires
From Food Fair
Theodore "Ted" Zalles. di-
rector of advertising and sales
promotion for Food Fair Stores,
Southern Region, retired on
Dec. 1 after a half-century in
the retail food business.
Zalles, who- recei' eti a degree
in accounting from the Univer-
of Pennsylvania, began his
.] with Best Markets in
Philadelphia and came to Flor-
ida when that company joined
the Food Fair chain.
Zalles was secretary for five
years of the North Shore Opti-
mist Club, and is now presi-
dent. He is a member of the
board of directors of Temple
Emanu-El and a member of the
Society of Israel Philatelists
and of B'nai B'rith Exodus
Lodge.
welfare and trends analysis.
Samet's association with the
AJC began in 1952. when he was
appointed director of its South-
east area office. In 1963, at the
request of South Florida Bishop
Coleman Carroll, Samet took a
leave of absence to help estab-
lish the official Community Re-
lations Board of Dade County.
The following year Samet was
again given a leave by AJC to
serve on the White House Task
Force that organized the U.S.
Justice Department's Commu-
nity Relations Service which
had been mandated by the Civil
Rights Act of 1964. Samet be-
came special assistant to LeRoy
Collins, its first director. He
later was appointed chief inter-
group relations officer of the
CRS and then its director of
program evaluation and de-
velopment.
In addition to supervising the
program, planning and budget
system for the Community Re-
lations Service, Samet was re-
sponsible for the evaluation of
trends in American life affect-
ing the condition of minority
groups; for program develop-
ment to respond to changing
conditions in the national and
local arenas; for training of the
professional staff and consul-
tants for other private and pub-
lic agencies; and for liaison with
the academic community con-
cerned with intergroup ten-
sions.
Samet returned to the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee in 1968
to become director of its nation-
al domestic affairs department.
A sociologist, Samet has a
Bachelor of Arts degree from
New Jersey State University,
and a Master's from the Uni-
versity of Miami. He has done
doctoral work at the Graduate
Faculties and Teachers College
of Columbia University, and
the New School for Social Re-
search.
Reservations can be made at
AJC offices.
Officers of the Greater Mi-
ami Chapter include Robert I.
Shapiro, chairman; Dr. Charles
R. Beber, Robert Breier, Alvin
Cassel, Jesse Casselhoff, Evelyn
Cohan, Audrey Flnkelstein,
David B. Fleeman, Joseph Z.
Fleming, Aaron A. Foosaner,
Melvyn B. Frumkes, Judge Wil-
liam E. Gladstone, Raymond R.
Grossman, Marshall S. Harris,
Joel ,H?rschhorn, Rosalind R.
Katzman, Shepard King, Monna
Lighte, Dr. Aaron Linman, Sen.
Kenneth M. Myers, Ken H. No-
vell, Samuel J. Rabin, Elaine
Silverstein, Herbert L. Sobel.
Rnbbi Bnrrv Tabachnikoff. Bar-
ton S. Udell and Richard Wolf-
son.
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HARRY B. SMITH
GWEN WEINBERGER
MORTON SILBERMAN
Community's Needs Are Subject Of
Sunday's 'Still, Small Voice'
Key leaders of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation will
discuss the needs of the local
Jewish community and Federa-
tion's role in meeting these
needs on "The Still, Small
Voice" on Sunday, Feb. 15, at
10 a.m. on WCKT-TV Ch. 7.
Guests include GMJF presi-
dent Harry B. Smith; Morton
Silberman, chairman of the Fed-
eration's planning and budget
committee; and Gwen (Mrs.
Morton) Weinberger, vice chair-
man of Planning and Budgeting.
Rabbi Stanley Ringler. region-
al director of the Hillel Jewish
Student Center, will host the
program, which will include a
five-minute film, "Tzedakah regular weekly program spon-
Your Federation Family." sored bv the Rabbinical Associa-
"The Still, Small Voice" is a tion of Greater Miami.________
Florida Hadassah Members
Attend Midwinter Conference
Florida Region members of
Hadassah who attended a mid-
winter conference in New York
this week are Helen (Mrs. Max-
well L.) Weisberg, president,
Florida Region: Jean Feinberg,
president, Miami Beach Chap-
ter; Gloria (Mrs. Harvey) Fried-
man, president, Miami Chapter;
Rabbis Teplitz and Siegman
To Attend Emanu-El Luncheon
Rabbi Saul I. TeplitZj. nation-
al first vice president of the
Synagogue Council of America,
will be among the leaders of
American Jewry who will meet
Monday, Feb. 16, at a noon
luncheon at Temple Emanu-Kl
of Miami Beach.
Also participating in a com-
bined meeting of the National
Finance Committee and key
leadership of the Society of Fel-
lows of the Svnagogue Council
of America will be Rabbi Henry
Siegman, executive vice presi-
dent of the agency.
Rabbis Teplitz and Siegman
are from New York City, where
the Synagogue Council of Amer-
ica is headquartered.
Hosts for the luncheon are
Moses Hornstein of Hollywood
and Dr. Irving Lehrman of Mi-
ami Beach. Hornstein and Dr.
Lehrman are national cochair-
men of the Society of Fellows.
Matthew Rosenhause of Mi-
ami Beach, Peter Feinberg of
Palm Beach and other leaders
of the Society of Fellows will
participate in the session.
Dr. Joseph H. Lookstein.
chancellor of Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity, is national president of
the Synagogue Council. Consti-
tuted organizations include the
Central Conference of American
Rabbis, the Rabbinical Assem-
ly, the Rabbinical Council of
America, the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations. Union
of Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
tions of America and the United
Synagogue of America.
Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld,
president of the CCAR, is sec-
ond vice president of the Syna-
gogue Council. Ambassador Phi-
lip M. Klutznick, former inter-
national president of B'nai
B'rith and general chairman of
the United Jewish Appeal, is
chairman of the Institute.
and national board members
Charlotte (Mrs. Leonard) Wol-
pe, Ellen (Mrs. Bernard) Man-
dler and Gus (Mrs. Emanuel)
Mentz.
Among the speakers at the
conference were Israel's new
Consul General in New York,
Uri Ben-Ari. and Professors
David Sidorsky of Columbia
and Uriel Tal of Tel Aviv Uni-
versity.
Pioneer Women
Golda Meir Chapter will pre-
sent a concert featuring soprano
Bracha Skulnick on Saturday
evening at 7:30 in the civic
auditorium of Financial Federal
Savings. 755 Washington Ave.
Pianist Mrs. Sonia Gross will
accompanv Ms. Skulnick.
Proceeds from the event,
which is open to the neneral
public, will go to the Pioneer
Women Child Rescue Fund in
Israel.
Mrs. Boris Benson of New
York City, a former national
representative for Pioneer Wom-
en, will speak on "The Middle
East Today."
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NCJW Offers Study Program:
'The Jewish Experience'
The National Council of Jew-
ish Women presents to its mem-
bers the Jewish Experience: a
Study Program comprised of
jniversity-level courses, com-
missioned especially for Coun-
cil. Nanci Goldstein, vice presi-
dents, Communitv Services, ex-
plains that "Each course svlla-
bus is ;'esi(ined for self-educa-
:icn through guided readings
and questions constructed to
encourage creative thought and
to Stimulate meaningful group
discussion."
The courses, although inde-
r^ndent of on" another, pro-
a persn-ctnv on the con-
tinuum of Jewish f;\penenc"s
firm the days of the Bible to
the present.
PROGRAM I:
DEFINING JUDAISM
A survey course in the de-
velopment of Judaism from its
nccntion to the present. Com-
prised of six textbooks with
selected readings from such out-
standing Jewish authors as Lud-
wig Lewison, Abraham Heschel,
Mordecai Kaplan and many
others by Dr. Jacob Neusner.
The registration fee covers
the cost of the syllabus and
textbooks.
Course begins Monday, Feb.
23. and will run for ten cop
utiw weel s. Myra Parr, mod-
erator.
PROGRAM II:
THE LEGACY OF
ANCIENT ISRAEL
An exploration of the Bible
and Biblical history through the
perspectives of biiatory, phil-
osophy and archeology by Pro-
fessors Harry Orlinsky' and
1 loward Marblestone.
The registration fee cn>
the cost of the syllabus and
textbooks.
Course begins Friday, Feb.
27, and will run for ten consec-
utive weeks. Sarit Krinzman,
moderator.
The third program, Perspec-
tives on the American Jewish
Experience, will be available
during the summer.
Aviva Chanter will hold a
bazaar on Monday, Feb. 16,
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
Washinfon Fed-ral auditorium j
in North Miami Beach. The
event is open to the public.
Handicrafts, jewelry, baked
goods and other items will be
sold.
The chapt"*- will meet on i
Wednesday. Fb. 1$. at noon at j
the Washington F"-Wal in '
North Miami Beach. Mrs. Dora
Cohen, chanter president, will
chair the meeting.
Mrs. Dorothv Goldman will
present a review of Golda
Meir's autobiography. "My
Life." The meeting is open to
the public.
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1 lav, Feb. 16. in
''10 -rr\ of the 100 Lin-
coln Ri ;. with Mrs
''""' lest sneaker.
-'. ipt r
president, will preside.
Tora.h-Reading Cioss
At Peth Moshe
Beth Mosh" Congreeation in-
traduced a Toi-ah-reading class
on Sundnvs at 9:30 a.m.. follow-
the rfilin Club. Tl
is conducted by the c
tion's Torah reader. William
Kustin.
RABBI CANTOR
Personable. Multi-Talented.
late Forties. Presently Avail-
able as Religious Director.
Write R D, Box 012973,
Miami 33101
Friday, February 13, 1976
City of Hope Auxiliary
Honoring Mrs. Gudelsky
Mrs. Bertha Schleider Gudel-
skv will be the guest of honor
at the leukemia luncheon of the
Miami Beach Auxiliary of the
City of Hope, on Feb. 28 in the
Royal Palm Room of the Caril-
lon Hotel, according to word
received from Mrs. Cy Plasky,
Auxiliary president and mem-
ber of the medical center's na-
tional board of directors.
Mrs. Gudelsky, who is con-
tinuing her late husband Isa-
dore's tradition of quiet bene-
volence, is affiliated with many
Maryland community organiza-
tions.
She is an honorary board
member, Montgomery County
Society for Crjppled Children
and Adults. Rockville; a trustee,
Ohr Kodesh Svnagogue. Chevy
Chase; and of Holy Cross Hos-
pital, Silver Spring.
She is also an honorary board
member, Hebrew Home of
Greater Washington, and oast
president of its Women's Aux-
iliary, and a board member,
Greater Washington Jewish
Communitv Foundation.
Mrs. Gudelsky has been bene-
factor of various scholarship
funds here and Israel, and to
the State of Israel, to which she
has given a bloodmobile, a
heartmobile and a regular am-
bulance.
Former Israeli Ambassador
Abba Eban bestowed upon her
the title of Woman of Valor for
her efforts on behalf of State
of Israel Bonds.
A professional cast of enter-
MRS. GUDELSKY
tainers will be featured at the
Luncheon. Cochairpcrsons are
the Mesdames Gustave Han
man, Harry Harrison, Bernard
Hoffman and Wally Sigal.
Luncheon coordinator is Mrs.
Max Amkowitz.
BOOKKEEPER WANTED
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Goood Salary and Fringe Benefits. Permanent. Write
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THE GREATER MIAMI PHILHARMONIC
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Will Present Two Brilluint
Young Israeli Soloists This Season
YEHUDA HANANI, Cellist
DAVID BAR-ILI.AN, Pianist
Sunday, March 21 at 2:00 p.m. Coconut Grove Playhouse
Monday, March 22 at 8:30 p.m. Dade County Auditorium
Tuesday, March 23 at 8:30 p.m.
Miami Beach Theatre of the Performing Arts
VAROUJAN KODJIAN, Conductor
from the Royal Stockholm Opera
with
YEHUDA HANANI, Cellist
R<>,!ioz Roman Carnival Overture
,)vo,ak Cello Concerto
ly,"\ Symphony No. 7
Tuesday April 27 at 8 30 p.m. Dade County Auditorium
mIIT J" V* 70 Pm' Coco"u* Grove Playhouse
Monday, May 3 at 8:30 n.m.
Miami R,Sfn Theatre of the Performing Arts
STXTEN EHRLING, Conductor
from the Metropolitan Opera in New York
DAVID BARJLLAN, Pianist
J* a",,er Rienzi Overture
Kavel p;ano Concerto in G Major
oz Symphonic Fantastique


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Dr. Solomon S. Lichter (below) principal of Miami
licach Senior High School, was honored at a dinner on
Jan. 31 at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Tribute was paid to
Dr. Lichter by 450 guests for his quarter-century of
dedicated service to the community and to education,
and his decade as principal of the Miami Beach school,
which is celebrating its 50th anniversary. The event
was organized by PTA president Mrs. Herman F. Siegel,
assisted by Mrs. Marlene R. Snyder, Mrs. Jack Gould
and other PTA and community members. Councilmcn
Murray Meyerson and Leonard Huber presented Dr.
'.Achter with a certificate of appreciation from the City
of Miami Beach. Barton Goldberg, president of Jeffer-
son National Bank and the Chamber of Commerce, pre-
sented him with a plaque and an office chair on behalf
of the community. Gasper Vaccaro, representing the
cculty, presented him with a leather briefcase. Enter-
Minment at the celebration was provided by Mrs. Sny-
der, Goldberg and Mrs. Helen Rifkin. Special guests
were Dr. Lichter's daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Gordon, his son, David, his brother, Irving
Lichter, and his aunt Mrs. Rebecca Gerts, all of New
York. Mrs. Phyllis Miller, school board member, and
Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom, paid tribute
;o Dr. Lichter.
AJCongress
Women's Division
Jade Winds Chapter will meet
at the Jade Winds Tower (8th
floor) on Thursday, Feb. 19, at
noon. The program will feature
discussion of current AJC is-
sues by Pearl Marwell, and
sons by Ruth Stern and Leon
Yudoff, accompanied by pianist
Ray Liskin.
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Miami-Coral Gables Chapter
will meet on Feb. 19 at 12:30
p.m. at the First Federal Sav-
ings building on Coral Way. The
gmst speaker is attorney Al-
fred Duran, chairman of the
Dade County Community Rela-
tions Board and former chair-
man of the Dade County School
Hoard. His topic is "A Look at
Community Relations in Miami
for 1976."
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North Dade Chapter will meet
at the First Federal Savings on
Wrd St. and Biscayne Blvd. on
Feb. 19 at 12:30 p.m. Dr. Max
A. Lipschitz, spiritual leader of
R-th Torah Congregation, will
speak on his foreign travels.
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Hollydale Chapter will meet
at Galahad South in Hollywood
on Monday, Feb. 23, at 12:30
p.m. Rena Fisher, a participant
of High School in Israel, will
speak on "Jewish Youth Today
Where It's At."
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Point East Chapter will meet
on Wednesday, Feb. 25, at 12:30
p.m. in the French Room. The
program is "Jewish Women in
American History."
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Justine-Louise Wise Chapter
will meet for luncheon on
Thursday. Feb. 26, at 12:30 p.m.
in the Miami Beach home of
Mrs. Svlvia Silvers. Terry Feld-
man, AJC Florida director, will
give an update report of AJC,
rind Binah Barnett will present
"Jewish Humor." Reservations
are necessary.
Abraham Grunhut, president of the J< wish Nat
Fund of Greater Miami, end Dr. Irving I
elation chairman, praised William Slim i
philanthropy and dedication to tl ,
rid. Silverstein v
com Rd., and he hie Wished
National Fund I fJ
Dr. Lehrman. guest speaker at the banquet, lauded
verstein's outstanding dedication to Judaism. J wish
uonal Fund, Israel, the community, the aged and Zion-
ism for over a half century. Above (from left) arc Dr.
Lehrman, Silverstein, Sam Pascoe. cochairman and mas-
ter of ceremonies of the banquet, and Moe Reiffen, co-
chairman, who delivered the invocation.
The Southeastern Florida Region of Women's American
ORT has planned a luncheon for the benefit of the
School of Engineering on the Hebrew University cam-
pus on March 1 at 11:30 a.m. at the Deauville Hotel.
The school, which it is said "will shape a nation's des-
tiny," is to be opened in Jerusalem in April. Mrs. Max-
ine Siegel, School of Engineering chairman, has plan-
ned a variety show, and Mrs. Fritzi Leit is in charge
of seating arrangements. Members of the luncheon com-
mittee are (from left) Mrs. Jean Rose, Cadillac ticket
chairman; Mrs. Edythe Gurland, Mrs. Maxine Siegel
and Mrs. Ruthe Naftal, cochairmen; Mrs. Sylvia Lorber,
EPIC chairman.
Bernard Kalb Marvin Kalb
killhs to Speak
At Beth David
Marvin and Bernard Kalb,
two of the world's most knowl-
edgable newsmen concerning
the affairs of Henry Kissinger,
will appear together at Beth
David Congregation on Sunday,
Feb. 22. at 8:30 p.m.
Bernard Kalb recently re-
turned from a trip to Russia
with the Secretary of State, and
Marvin Kalb is at work on a
book on American foreign po-
licy. They will present an in-
depth discussion of American
foreign policy in the Middle
East, Russia and China. Tickets
available at the Beth David
office.
Beth Moshe USY
leading Services
Temple Beth Moshe's United
Synagogue Youth will conduct
program this evening. Brad
Saperstein is the group's ad-
visor, and the entire youth pro-
gram is under the supervision
of Jules Einhorn, education di-
rect >r.
Looking over the new Bar-llan University brochure are
(from left) S. Nat Somach; Dr. Joseph H. Lookstein,
chancellor of Bar-llan University and president of the
Synagogue Council of America; Mrs. Harriet Green,
president of the American Zionist Federation of South
Florida; and Lester Rhine. These leaders of the Florida
Committee for Bar-llan met to make plans for a March
21 dinner at the Fontainebleau Hotel honoring William
Silverstein and Congressmen Claude Pepper, William
Lehman and Dante B. Fascell. ___
Temple Judea Youth Group
Offers Creative Worship Service
Temple Judca's eighth- and
ninth-grade Youth Group have
written a Creative Worship
Service which will be presented
this evening at 8:IS. Members
of the Youth Group will lead
the congregation in worship.
Morris Richman, a membei
of the board of trustees, will
sing the liturgical music.
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To Hear 'Matchmaker'
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between the ages of 30 and
50 lias announced'that Bob
Atsell, director of Scientific Se-
lection Service, will discuss his
experiences as a matchmaker
this evening at 9:30 at Temple
Beth Am's Lounge.
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Jacob Javits, Senior U.S. Sen-
ator from New York State, pub-
licly covered a wide spectrum
of topics in his talk at Beth
Torah Congregation Monday
night. He discussed Middle East
peace, Russian detente, and
chauvinistic American priori-
ties.
And in a private interview,
Rrior to his appearance in the
orth Miami Beach cultural
series, Jacob Javits, the hus-
band, discussed his wife, Ma-
rion, and marital obligations.
Mrs. Javits, said the Senator,
has always been independent
and he would not suggest that
his wife's public-relations post
for Iran National Airlines was,
in any way, a new manifesta-
tion due to any participation in
the women's lib movement. Her
retainer as a consultant was not
on the same level as his as a
career politician. She resolved
her situation after determining
that it was "untenable." He cited
her "extraordinary character,
devotion and graciousness."
Sen. Javits was hesitant, how-
ever, in drawing any general
conclusions as to a wife's ac-
quiescent role in deference to
her husband's desires or inter-
ests because theirs is not a
standard situation.
CITING their circumstances,
uniaue because of his high rank
and his wife's unusual role, the
Senator would propose no gen-
eral rule from the particular
incident.
"The age we live in is one of
public accountability." he said.
Although not unduly aware of
appearances. Javits admits that
public demeanor is "rationally
equated with private life."
Javits does not seem troubled
by the management of his loyal-
ties. "My duty is to serve all
Americans." And part of his
constituency is made up of 2.5
million Jews. He is politically
a Republican and his "Judaism
is an article of faith."
In 1968 there was a move-
ment afoot to place Javits on
the Republican VP ticket if
George Romney were to get the
presidential nomination. Javits
does not see any move in that
direction for this election vear
but demurred when asked if he
would accept a ticket spot, if
drafted.
DURING his address. Javits
presented a refreshing justifica-
tion to international concerns.
American Jews do not have to
feel defensive about their con-
cern for Israel. As far back as
1950 the Foreign Aid Act stip-
ulated S50 million in military
aid to Israel. Two non-Jews,
Walter Jugg and Christian Her-
ter, initiated and originated aid
to Israel within the Foreign Af-
fairs Committee.
Javits gave tongue to the
movement but it was not solely
a Jewish move. "The United
States is not in the business of
UJA. We are in the business of
serving the security of this
country." But there is no doubt,
nor has there been, that the
existence of Israel and its sur-
vival is so important to the
foreign policy of the U.S. It's
incumbent on American Jews
to make more self-demands on
our financial bounty as well as
our prestigious clout. "We must
sustain the debate of the es-
sentiality of Israel to the United
States."
After planning of joint Israeli-
U.S. strategy. Javits would look
to a more judicious forum in
Geneva, rather than in the
United Nations, for continuation
of Israeli-Arab peace talks. With
the UN sidetracked by the
Arabs. Israel only finds herself
at bav in that chamber.
HE SEES, additionally, no
room for a third country, a
Palestinian state, between Is-
rael and Jordan. Lebanon, which
Javits called '"Israel's most
benign neighbor," is a prime
example of what might happen
in a secularized Arab state. He
warns against making Israel an-
other victim after that foretaste
of Arab "moderation."
On the Eastern front Javits
is patiently awaiting the time
when expediency will work for
the United States. Noting that
the Russians cannot have de-
tente at no cost, he would like
the arrangement to be more
quid pro quo. "They can't bring
the world to the brink every
Wednesday" without payment.
Javits is hopeful that the pay-
ment will bp made in loosening
the screws on Soviet Jewish
emigration.
Toward the close of his re-
marks. Javits loosened up on
the serious tenor of his talk and
reviewed an average day in the
life of a senior senator. Re-
tracing a usual 18-hour work-
day, Javits quipped that he
earns one-fifth the salarv that
he would as a lawyer. "None-
theless, there are many appli-
cants for the job." he concluded.
Temple Emanu-EVs 'Liberty BelV
Named Official Bice ntennial Observance
Temple Emanu-El of Miami
Beach will present the most
ambitious stage production in
its 36-year history on Feb. 29,
when it offers a musical extra-
vaganza, "The Liberty Bell," in
the main sanctuary of the con-
gregation. The show has been
designated an official Bicenten-
nial observance by Third Cen-
tury, U.S.A., and by state and
Federal Bicentennial commis-
sions.
Dr. Mana Zucca, pioneer
South Florida composer, and
Shmuel Fershko, Israeli pianist
and composer who is musical
director of Temple Emanu-El,
are teaming to provide the spe-
cial musical score.
Trixie Levin, dramatic direc-
tor of Temple Emanu-El, has
written the stage play and will
serve as director. Rose (Mrs.
Alexander) Kogan, a member of
Temple Emanu-El, is assistant
director.
Stars of the show include Ti-
bor and Sheila Hollo, Peter
Golding, Judge Herbert S. and
Ruth Shapiro and Judge Fred-
erick N. Barad, president of the
congregation.
Others in the cast include
Elliot Harris, Ruth Kaplan,
Rhoda Kern, Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Kogan, Dr. Marvin
Isaacson and Albert Davidscn.
Also Helene (Mrs. Murry)
Korettky, former Mayor Harold
Shapiro and his daughter, Rem-
ma. Jerome Uffner and his son,
Mark, Diane Buchwald and Car-
la Gerstel.
Additional roles were won in
competition by Vicki Pomer-
ance, Adam Mishcon, Martin
Karp, Mark Weiss, Allison Lane,
Susie Smith, Franklin Zemel,
Marc Edelstein, Sally Segal,
Brian Saide, Sam Bejar and Dr.
Irving Lehrman, rabbi of Tem-
ple Emanu-El for 32 years.
Tickets for the performance,
scheduled for 8 p.m.. are avail-
able at the Temple office.
American Mizraehi Women
Simcha Chapter president
Pearl Rappin has announced a
birthday celebration in honor
of Rose Shapiro on Monday,
Feb. 16. at noon in the card
room of Avila South.
Aviva Kineret Chanter has
scheduled its meeting for Mon-
day. Feb. 23. at 1 p.m. in the
First Federal Bank on SW 27th
Ave. Mrs. Abe Barkan is chair-
man of the "Br.keless Sale."
Presidium is Fanny April and
Sophie Schraeger.
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Chai Chapter will meet on
Wednesday. Feb. 25, at 7:30
p.m. at the home of Helen
kowitz, "All About Your
Heart be discussed bv a
doctor. Pearl Wallen is chap-
ter president.
ft -ir
9hoshaua Chapter plans a
gourmet lunch and birthday
ration in honor of chapter
di nt Rose Shapiro on
Tim Bday, Feb. 26. at noon in
the Rendez-Vous Room of Sea
Coast Towers North. Entertain-
ment by the Musical Floridians.
Galil Chapter is holding an
auction of new merchandise at
the Washington Federal Build-
ing in North Miami Beach on
Monday, March 1. from noon to
4:30 p.m. Proceeds will provide
education and social welfare for
Israeli children.
Fishing Tourney
At Rossmoor
Coconut Creek
Residents of Rossmoor Coco-
nut Creek, the adults-only
community being developed in
the Pompano- Beach-Margate
area, will hold a fishing tourna-
ment beginning at 2 p.m. on
Monday, Feb. 16, Washington's
birthday.
"Selection of that date was
NOT a coincidence," says Tom
Rosser, Rossmoor's community
administrator. "Fisherfolk have
a tendency to overestimate
their catches. It occurred to us
that holding the tournament on
a national holiday that is con-
sidered a symbol of personal
integrity and honesty might
serve to make their descriptions
more realistic," Rosser laughed.
The tournament will be held
near the 16th tee of Rossmoor's
golf course, where there is a
canal, one of many in the com-
munity.
Two Rossmoor fishermen are
tournament committee chair-
men: Tom Libby is a fly fish-
erman, and resident Bill Starick
is a longtime bass catcher.
"The canals are thick with
bass," says Starick, who, when
asked the precise location of
his personal fishing spot, waved
in the general direction of
Rossmoor's 600 acres.
Prizes will be awarded for
the three largest fish, the most
fish and the smallest fish. Any
fish caught in the tournament
area is eligible, and all fish
caught will be released after be-
ing measured.
Any kind of tackle and any
kind of bait are okay "deep-
sea rigs, cane poles, a piece of
string and a bent safety pin,"
said Starick.
There is a registration fee,
which, according to entertain-
ment coordinator Dean Vlachos,
will go for prizes and refresh-
ments.
Cantor Klein Is Featured In
Temple Ner Tamid Chai Concert
Louis Suchman and Mrs.
Louis Cohen, chairman and co-
chairperson of Ner Tamid's
18th annual Chai concert, have
announced final plans for the
program.
The temple's cantor, Edward
Klein, is one of the featured
performers. He has been in the
Miami area for more than 20
years and is known locally and
nationally for his interpreta-
tion of synagogue liturgy.
The concert, which begins at
8:15 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 21,
will also feature Chariotte Coop-
er, comedienne, and the Sorelle
Sisters. Adriana and Anita, ac-
companied by of Sally Lazar
and her orchestra.
Ticket information is avail-
able at the Temple office.
EDWARD KLEIN
Jordan Marsh Sponsoring
Metropolitan Museum Benefit
As part of its 20th birthday
celebration, Jordan Marsh is
holding a champagne reception
for the benefit of the Metro-
politan Museum and Art Cen-
ter on Sunday, Feb. 15, from
4:30 to 7:30 p.m.
The store will introduce Con-
cept 76, designer rooms reflect-
ing living situations for today
and tomorrow. JM home fur-
nishings coordinator Robert
Ventulett and Metropolitan di-
rector Dr. Arnold Lehman have
selected works of art from the
museum's permanent collection
to be incorporated into the
rooms.
In addition to champagne
and hors d'oeuvres, there will
be ronsic and informal model-
ing. Coordina'-iHg he event for
the must-m-i is one of'its prin-
cipal nfltvoi sronns, vMach I, -
headed *< RMVd R. Booth;-'
R*P-,t. r**~* Ricnard) Davidg
is chairperson.
Admission is a tax-deductible
donation or a new museum vot-
ing membership to be sub-
scribed at the door.
Schantzes Named Chairmen
Of Lehrman Scholarship Ball
Samuel N. Friedland, chairman
of the board, of the Miami
Beach congregation which spon-
sors the South's largest Con-
servative Hebrew day school.
Yiddish Culture
Wincle
The Yiddish Culture Wincle
will honor the late Jewish writ-
er I. L. Peretz on Tuesday, Feb.
17, at 10:30 a.m. at Agudath J
Israel.
Isaac M. Melamolovitch of
Chicago, a teacher and lecturer. !
will speak on Perctz's works.
Israel Goldberg will present Ak
a Peretz story, "Berl-Shneider,"
and Leon Yoloff, accompanied
by pianist Oscar Shapiro, will
sing selections from songs by
Peretz. Mordecai Meisel will
preside.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence M.
Schantz. Miami Beach religious
and civic leaders, have been
named chairmen of the 1976
Lehrman Day School Scholar-
ship Ball. The black-tie func-
tion will be on April 3 in the
Friedland Ballroom of Temple
Emanu-El.
Their appointment was an-
nounced by Judge Frederick
N. Barad, president, and by
The Schantzes served as co-
chairmen of last year's suc-
cessful Lehrman Day School
Scholarship Ball, which was
chaired by Mr. and Mrs. Carol
Greenberg.
Beth Raphael Sisterhood
To Hear About a Convert
Sisterhood of Temi-1? R-th
Raphael will meet on Thursday
Feb. 19, at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Fave
Brucker will preside and Sarah
Helfand will review "Hope Is
My House" by Janet Maguire,
'the true story of a Catholic girl
who converted to Judaism, tak-
ing the name Devora Wigodor
and devoting her 1hV to helping
the .Jewish -people hi"Israel.
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At the Drama League of Greater Miami's annual lunch-
eon for 300 members and guests at the Seaview Hotel
Elizabeth ArdenS spring collection was shown and more
than $2,000 was raised for the Drama League, whose
purpose is to provide scholarships for gifted music and
drama students. Pictured above (from left) are Mrs
Harry Simone, president; Mrs. Roger Wattles, benefac-
tor; Mrs. Murray Goodman, chairman; Mrs. Polly De-
Hirsch Meyer, benefactor.

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\ Heart Institute will
tie Bicentennial spirit
with an awards din-
our way of honoring
rou's peQple and show-
ziation for their out-
, support during the
stated Osmer S.
president.
rs of the board, medi-
^nd many friends and
will enjoy a dinner
jtainmem by Billy Bel-
[his trio. The event is
by the Development
chard A. Elias, M.D.,
Cr it
the Service Corps of
jExecutves, is a pro-
nsored by the Small
Administration. The
made up of retired
businessmen who
their years of experi-
knowledge to help
less owners.
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ftit-owners of Bayview
North Miami held a
sr and reception to
Bir retiring president,
i>lnm, at Temple Beth
Wednesday.
200 of Rosenblum's
attended the dinner,
'plaques were present-
liam Steckler and Gor-
IK in recognition of
their sen ice as former presi-
dents, and to Dr. Charles Gold-
stein for his untiring efforts in
behalf of the organization of
the Bayview Towers Condo-
minium Association.
Seacoast Towers South's So-
cial Club installed officers and
directors on Jan. 25 at the Kon-
over Motel. The installation,
presided over by Miami Beach
Mayor Harold Rosen, repre-
sented the merging of the
Ladies' and Men's Clubs.
George Kronengold. past
president of the Men's Club, is
president of the 190-member
Social Club.
Cr ir it
Sheryl Kartzmer, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin L. Kartz-
mer of North Miami Beach,
performed in a senior clarinet
recital at Boston University's
School for the Arts. The recital
is a partial requirement for re-
ceiving a bachelor of music de-
gree.
Ms. Kartzmer, a member of
Mu Phi Epsilon, the music hon-
or society, was graduated
from Miami Norland Senior
High School in 1972.
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Tropical Cancer League of the
American Medical Center is
honoring all life members at a
luncheon on Friday, Feb. 20, at
the Montmartre Hotel at noon.

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ire Unit of the Papanicolaou Cancer Research
will hold its annual luncheon on Thursday,
}9, at noon at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Commit-
pmbers who gathered recently to plan the fund-
are (from left) Mrs. Robert Silver, treasurer;
thel Goldman, ticket chairman; Mrs. Lester Perle,
Mrs. Irving Rubin, president.
ippemng
twton Chiles (D-Fla.)
rese the Dade County
ktic Convention and the
Rile Community dinner.
is scheduled to speak
lay at 2 p.m. and at 8
lie Democratic conven-
m Deauville Hotel. He
k at the Cuban Exile
|ty dinner at the Du-
Hotel on Sunday at
[will leave Miami early
[for Orlando, where he
ticiDate in the Florida
Automobile Associa-
Binar on transportation
Cr it it
ed Hyer, of the Arth-
ritis vision of rhe University
ni Medical Center, will
3e in speaker at the 10th St.
urn on Tuesday. Feb. 17,
n.m. at an onen-to-the-
[meeting. His topic is
tis and You."
a. a
Accornero, of. Florida
and Light, will discuss
r PowerWhat It Means
Ida and the World" at
irte Forum George N.
Forum on Tuesday, Feb.
H p.m. at the 1200 West
uditorium. His talk will
rated with visual aids.
Beth Israel Sisterhood
Torah Bex Luncheon
The annual Torah Box Lunch-
eon of the Beth Israel Sister-
hood is Dlanned for Tuesday,
Feb. 17, at noon at the Algiers
Hotel.
The guest artists will be Ve-
ronica and Peter in song and
music.
Joan Ciment and Nina Schech-
ter are cochainmen of the lunch-
eon, and. Regina Schechter and
Regina Wans are members of
the presidium.
Benjamin Botway
Dies in Hollywood
Benjamin E. Botway of Holly-
wood Dasseil awav on Monday.
He came to Florida from Forest
Hills, NY., five years ago and
was treasurer of the Presiden-
tial Towers Social Club in Hol-
lywood.
Botway. who was 73. is sur-
vived by his wife, Blanche, his
cmldren, Bnin- and Barbara of
Ptainview. N.Y:, and Dr. and
Mrs. Nelson Nem-row of Svra-
cuse. six erandchildren. and a
brother, Richard Botway of Hol-
lywood.
Services were held on Wed-
nesday at The Riverside in Hol-
lywood, with interment in Hol-
lywood Memorial Gardens.
Beth David
Students
To Do "Fiddler"
The Aleph and Bet classes of
Beth David Religious Schools
will present, under the direc-
tion of Danny Lessner, "Fid-
dler on the Roof" on Tuesdav
and Wednesday, Feb. 17 and 18,
at 7:30 p.m. at the Beth David
South Dade Auditorium.
Referring to America's Bicen-
tennial. Rabbi Marvin Rose,
educational director at Beth
Da\id. observed that "Tevye is
in menv wavs 'liir icteristic of
the Jews who left behind the
oppressions of Eastern Europe
in search of 'the Golden Me-
dina.' "
Following the performances.
Rabbi Rose will lead parents
and children in a discussion of
"Tevye, the Jew Who Came to
America."
Tickets are available at the
school office.
JWV Post, Auxiliary 330
Plan Business Meeting
The Jewish War Veterans
Post and Auxiliary No. 330 will
hold a regular business meet-
ing on Thursday, Feb. 19, at 8
p.m. at the American Legion
Hall, 18th St. and Alton Rd..
Miami Beach.
The Ladies Auxiliary No. 330
will hold second nominations
and election of officers at this
meeting. For information, con-
tact president Pauline Lazarus.
Adath Yeshurun Sisterhood
The Sisterhood of Temple
Adath Yeshurun will conduct
the late services this evening at
8:15. Bv conducting the service,
the Sisterhood honps to show
the new responsibilities Jewish
women *re taking on in a tra-
dition that has always kept
them in the home.
Mrs. Barbara Winton. Sister-
hood president, will speak, and
Mrs. Anna Freen'r"an. wife of
Rabbi Simcha Friedman, will
offer the benediction.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THI CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FIU Numb" T..*<>7B
Frank B. Oawling
IN RE: ESTATE OK
TOBIAS SUSSMAN.
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALJ- PERSONS HAVINO CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ABOVE ESTATE AND AM. OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE
PSTATE'
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the administration of the palate
of TOBIAS SSSRMAN. deceased. File
Number 75-5SS8. Is pending- In the
Circuit Court for Dade County. Flor-
ida. Probate Division, the nddress of
which is Dade County Courthouse. 71
Weat FlBgler Street. Miami. Florida.
The personal Representative of the es-
tate la ROSE ROSENBERG, whoa*
address Is Durham "Q", 4!>83 Century
Village, Deerfield Reach. Fla. The
name and address of the personal rep-
resentative's attorney are set forth
below.
All persons having claims or da-
mands against the estate are required.
WITHIN THRICE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OK THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
with the clerk of the above court a
written statement of any claim or '!'-
mand they may have Each claim must
he in writing and must indicate the
basis f'>r the claim, the name and ad-
draai i.f the creditor or his agent 01
attorney and the amount claimed n
the laim is not yet due. the data
when it will become due shall be elat-
ed If "lie claim is contingent or un-
ed the nature of the uncertain-
ly shall be stated. If the claim is se-
emed, the securltv shall be described.
The claimant shall deliver sufficient
. (hi ilm In the clerl
enable tae clerk to mail one copy to
eai h pi raonal repreaentatlve.
All persons interested In the estate
whom a cony of this Notice of Ad-
minlstratlon has been mailed are rn
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
PROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS Notice.
to file uiv objections thev mav have
that i halleug-'s the validity of the de>
II, ih.. qualifications of 'he
parrennl representative, or the v-nue
or lurisdfetlon of the r >uri
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS. \ND
. u< ji.-i > v< v, it- ,;, i PILED WILL
RE FOREVER BARRED.
Pate of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: February
13, IMS.
RUSE ROSENBERG
As Persona! Reoresentatlve of the
Estate of TOBIAS SUSSMAN
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
SHAPIRO FRIED. WEIL
A SCHEER
407 Lincoln Road Suite 10B
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone: 53S-63.C1
2/13-20
Temple Judea's celebration of Lincoln's birthday be-
gan on Thursday with an art and music gala. Works
by crystal sculptor Herman Pearlman and cloisonne
enamels by Audrey Komrad are on display, and duo
pianists Loretta and Murray Dranoff (above) perform-
ed works by Gluck, Arensky, Saint-Saens and others.
Perlman's life-size Abraham Lincoln in crystal is in the
Lincoln Museum in Hoggenville, Ky. Audrey Komrad is
a member of the faculty of the Metropolitan Museum
and Art Center in Miami. The artists' exhibit can be
seen after services this evening, on Saturday from 10
a.m. to noon, and on Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m.
JCC Family Life Seminar Begins
The Jewish Community Cen-
ters of South Florida Family
Life Series adult seminar be-
gan on Feb. 9.
Subsequent sessions, on Feb.
16 and 23, will be held at the
JCC Teen Center, Aztec Room,
Dadeland Inn, at 7:30 p.m.
The first program dealt with
family relationshios. Guest
sneakers were Dr. Jeffrey Solo-
mon, director of community
services. Douglas Gardens, and
Ms. Julia Solomon, MSW, pro-
fessor at FIU.
The Feb. 16 program will be
directed to the physical and
psychological affects of aging
and living outside the adult
child's home. Speakers are Ms.
L"ne Hartman, director of
Share a Home, United Way;
Fred Hirt. executive director of
Miami Jewish Home and Hospi-
tal for the Aged; and Dr. Judah
Ronch, unit supervisor. Douglas
Gardens Mental Health Out-
reach Center.
IECAI rfOTICI
The final program Feb. 23,
will deal with services and ac-
tivities available to senior cit-
izens. Guest speakers are Ms.
Carolyn Furlong, social security;
Ms. Joyce Galya, director of
RSVP, United Way; Ms. Fran
Willis, director ESD, Depart-
ment of Human Resources.
The proerara is free and open
to the public.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 7l-183t
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
AMENDED
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
YVONNE JOSEPH COOPER,
Petitioner,
and
FRED COOPER.
Respondent.
TO: FRED COOPER
P.O. Box 4929
Milton Street
Nassau, Bahama Islands
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a petition fur dissolution of your
marriage has been filed and commenc-
ed in this court and you are required
io serve :* copy of your written de-
fenses, If BOX, to it _i>n EDWARD J.
vacrisoN. attorae) for Petitioner,
vhoaa address is: 5M N E 71*1 Street.
Miami. Florida 33138 and file Hie oriels
inal with the Clerk of the above si vied
. OUW on "i before Marsh "Mi'
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the reUol pra**<
in the i "iiiiilaiiu or petition.
Thla notios shall lie published ones
sah weak I iw nuuv weeks
in the JEWISH Fl.oKiDIAN
WITNESS my hand ind
-.jri Court .11 Miami, Florida in this
11th day of Fel.ruar>
RICHARD P. [JftlNKJSR
aa i Hark, Circuit i nun
I el., i ..uiiiv. Florida
By: \ A I1KWKTT
As Deputy i 'lerk
(i lK< '-IT COI-RT SEAL)
EDWARD J \Atltlso\
Attorney for Prticenaar
56* N.E. 71st Street
IBill Florida 33138
i U-aS-07 3/5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE I* HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, .desiring to engage
in business under -the fictitious nara*
Of EN Kl. MAIi at 1161 N W. 7th
Street. Miami, Fla. 33125 intend to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ARMANDO GUTIERREZ
FELJPE RASGO
S/E U-03-El/Z
NOTICE OW
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
by vir^i" of Chapter ITS. Florida stat-
utes Annotated (I'.'tl) Warehouseman
.... v. ur-i. -. ReoellM* VVer-.n AB-
BOTT MOVINO & STORAGE CO.
s Florida corporation by virtue of IWi
warehouse liens has in its possession
the following described property.
Feed Household goods as the property
of OARY M. SARI.ES. whose last
known address was P.O B. 100 R-R-
Hall Road. Grahamvllle NY and
that on the 1st day of March. lT
during the legal hours of sale mainly
between ItS* forenoon "d,, ?'n
the afternoon at 2136 N.W 24th Ave-
nue Miami. Florida the undersigned
shall offer for sale to the highest bid-
der for cash in hand the above de-
scribed property of OAK) M. SAR-
UDated t Miami. Florida this 11th
day of February. iw. |/iM>
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR DA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 7S-40767 (Div. 7)
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
PROPERTY
MGIC MORTGAGE CORPORATION.
i H Isconsin corporation, authorised
t do business in the State of Florida,
Plaintiff.
FKI'NA tOO DIAZ. VELCO L.
SLAVOVP, and SHARON ROBINSON.
Defendants.
TO: FERNANDO DIAZ
Residence I'nknown
V,,r ARK EtBBBBS NOTIFIED
hat hi aotlon lias been conjoin.....
forei lose a Mortgage >n th- following
.. as be na and -uu.ito
i- County Fion.ia. mare pruc-
u... v leacrlbed .i Cojibswa
I nil No, i .f WBBT TRADE
CONDOMaNH/M, a CondonHnMitn
irdiiui to the Duclai
oiuiom.muni thereof i- rwrJwi
, ,, ,rd Book 4* it
Psan 87t, of the PuMlt Rauorog
.. i.....uiuv ire
..-niiK.a.y kii.wn as iJ-'J Weat
, ., Avenue '" M.anu,
Flo r da
iti.- ini m been filed against
you ind ' ..,,ui i-. -us. if my.
,, uej i Mi
whose iJdixs. la >*<>
iMUlevsid, Suite
14 Phone: ii- MM i
before :he 19th day of Mar. b, 1976.
and tile in- original l
t:iis court either before rvl s on
I'lainiiifs attorney or m mediately
I Inn lalHau otherwiae i detatull will
be n'.ored against you for the relief
dninaiidad in ihe lompUini
WITNESS my hand and seal of 'Ins
i n n in- :''b day of February,
ii Mu.mi. I'sde Couii'.y. Florida.
PTOHARD P BRrNKER
Clerk of the "Inuit Court
-. A HKVVETT
As Deputy Clerk
CARU1S IJDSKY, ESWl'IRE
jij: i'once cle Leon Blvd.. Suite 420
Coral Gables. Florida 33134
Phone: (305) 442-8624
Attorney for Plaintiff
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Friday, February 13
Federation's 1976 CJAIEF Moves Ahead
Covering Community With February Gimpaign Events
The BUILDERS & ALLIED TRADES DIVISION honk
il- annual meeting und dinner Saturday, February 14,
at the Konover Hotel. Division Chairmen Herbert Sadkin
(left) with Mr*. Sadkin and Samuel I. Adler (right) with
Mrs. Adler will greet special guest speuker Senator Rich-
ard Stone.
KO-MONT SHI I'll Co-Chairmen
Solomon I). Wiener (left) and
JoKeph llorwitz will lead llieir
building's < JA-IEF event Wednes-
day, February 19.
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The annual MERCANTILE DIVISION meeting und dinner in eel for late next mouth.
Meeting to plan the event were (left to right): Seymour Sehulner of J. Byron's, Den-
nis Bookithciiler of Km din.-., Jon Serbin of Scrbin Fashions, Robert Colby of Rich-
ards, and Ron Benjamin of Jordan Marsh. Scrbin i- Apparel Group Chairman. The
others are Co-chairmen for Department and Retail Stores.
At the annual Women's Division CARRIAGE HOUSE luncheon, guests included
(left to right) Mrs. Jack Bcalc. Mrs. David Gottlieb. Carriage House Chairman Mrs.
Norman Bobbins, and Mrs. Kstcllc Pockscr.
DEL I'll AIM > Chairman Charles Wilder (left) and Mm. Wilder welcomed guest
speaker Gen. Yeshayahu Bareket, Israeli Air Force Attache. Other leaden* attend-
g were Del Prado Coordinator. Irwin Fisher (second from right) and Dr. Emanu-
el Stachenfeld.
Mrs. Jacob Furman (right) honied a Women's Division parlor meeting last week,
with the guest list including (left to right) Mrs. Miltou Zuckerman, Mrs. Fruucisco
Klein and Ms. Fanny Avayu.
j Rabbi Solomon Schiff (center), Federation's Director of Chaplaincy, spoke last
. week at the home of Mr. & Mrs, Haim Bar Navou (left) for Israeli guests including
lMr.AMrt,ChaimTal(right). V 6 ^
Dr. Irving Uhrmaii. spiritual
leader of Temple Kmniiu-EI. will
peak on behalf <>f CJA4EF on
Siuiilav. February IS, at a meeting
of SEACOAST TOWERS NORTH
residents, led by Chainiiau Al
Shulnian. honoring Mr. & Mrs. Ily
Knliin. ___
Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Women'-. DM.
sion Campaign Vice rVerideat
will speak Tuesday. Febrnarv I".
at a special meeting of ISLAND
TERRACE residents, led U
Chairmen Dr. Simon Brodv anil
Mrs. Michael Mersel.
CUBAN-HEBREW DIVISION Young Adults plan a Federation dinner .lame lor
Febrnarv 28. Together to create the event last week were (seated, left to right):
Either Friiehler: Committee Chairman Sieve Feig; and Guillcrmo Softcblnj alon
h it 11 t-lainliriL' I Debbie Fricilitian: Mike Cusicher: Eva Feig: und Henrietta Sostrhin.
Israeli Air Force Attache Gen. Yeshayahu Bareket (left) spoke last vccl> atCA-
MEI.OT HALL Building leaders include (left to right) Mrs. Jacob GoldeabtBJ
Wiini.ii"- Division Chairman Mrs. Celia Gross; Building Chairman J. George Koi
mail: and Past Chairman Kill.in Prussin.
brad Solidarity Night" at PRESIDENTIAL CONDOMINIUM gathered (left 1
right) Leon Kioiihcim. Isaac Donn. Buil ling Vice Pre*. Emil Adler,Guc-l Speak*
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. and Buildine Pr,. Rev. Abraham Potaseh.
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J2EI&V5z r"iTThur ,,a^ **yi2-f- uMEF- l^V
-irk., an,. Co4:huTrnIh,Ca(rt2c7man ViC,r Siege1, aU"rmaa Wi,lia,n
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Friday, February 13, 1976
LEGAL NOTICE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
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I PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NUMBER 75-7761
DIVISION BLANTON
II :<:: ESTATE ">K
8< "HIE ADEI.ai \ ..
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NOT'CE OF ADMINISTRATION
r ALL PERSONS H vvim; i'i.aiM-
O i H3MANDS AOAINST THE
AMOVE K8T \l'!-: AND AU OTHER
P irsoxs INTERESTED IN THE
'TE:
'< 'i' ARE tlERETtV NOT1FIET
U 'In Rdnrtli -1 i hiii in' tlii > i r '
of s. "I'i i I !: APE1.MAN, d- !; R< 1. Fit.
NuiiAM1 76-7761, i- .......ina. in the
C till i 'ourl "i I .>!- Count). Floi
idt probate Dh i n the address of
i. In I iiule i 'iii!.;.. i 'uurlliou i
w '"'.-,--}.-, sil Vfhrmi Florida
Tin iiHMiii.il i ,,, of Hi.-
|S I'.KV! n.min adei.man
who.-, addreea Ik 8X0 Mirhigwi A>
nui ': i;iini Bern h, I >ud* County,
I... Thi fi:iin. and addn m of iho pi >
.i'im e entail IVe'i Rttoi ney ni i
el forth I.. low,
ah i I i i talma "i He
mami- nguinal the !..'- are required,
W THI.N THREE Ml l.VTHS PR* >M
Till: DATE OF THE FIRST PlTfLl
CATK IN OK THIS NOTTCE, to fiI.
m n the .i.ili tn' the abeo/e cowl a
vi ten -M.-Itemni i i ous claim or de-
mand i In \ in .. im\ i Bart) claim imi-i
i" In wilting un'd must Inditiatc the
I. foi i cla in. the n.nne and ad
ii thi creditor or in" agent or
: 111. ii I hi la i ..; \. iiiu. the dati
when 11 ili bi imi- due Imll hi
oil If Hi* claim la contingent or un-
i 'in nature of ih.- nttoortnln-
ty ahull Bi I. -if iin- i iuM'i .
cured, the ii urlty shall be .I.--ii-- i
Tin il.iinmni ;' il flvei u.....lent
.'i <.r tin- claim I., the clerk io
rk in mail mil- i \- to
personal ri pi ea< ntalive.
All p. iWHIN iiiiei-iM.-ii in the Mtat<
to uhom .i tony
ministration has been mailed an re-
ii. I, WITHIN THREE Mtrvi'HS
FROm'THE DATE OF THE FIRST
.;i'A Tlo\ OF THIS NOTICE,
to file any objection* tiny may have
1!i hall.nt;.-.- the validitx i'l lln il
Ci i i 'I will. : I i- i|.riiilii-all..ns ni ii
p- nil r.-pr. utatlvi. hi iin- venui
or Juridpiction of the court.
A I. i, ('I .AIMs, 111-;.\, a NI'.-', \ NI'
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Fpfl DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 76-218
IN RE: HSTATE >1"
S> LVIA, itKltMA-N
! i-:i il
NOTICE F ADMINMST-RATION-
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
NO. 75-7427 (15)
IN RE: ESTATE 0K
AUliERff WH.LI AM ENAI'I*.
I '... .as. .I.
NOTICE OF -ABMINISTflATION
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTKC
ii !iaiif--n.-. f the viilidiij ni the de-
eedeWa will the i u Jifl.-j. t i.if r v hf the
pi i s. nnl n |ii-i..-i-niiilivi-, or the- venue
or i.n is.la i Ion of iln ...m i
\ I I. i'l AIMS HHIANMS, A ^f>
OBJECTIONS NOT S" FILED WlU.
HE FOREVER BARRED
Data of ih'e Tlr.-t i.n Ili all ol ihla
i FOREVER i:aiu Dale of ih.- rfral putitlcatloji ol
bf AdmlniatratloAi: Fe1>rurj '.
1971
RiW.TA.vnV ADELilAN
I'l-r.-nnal l:.-|n ,--. n ,:iiiT-. "i Ihe
EatAle of BOPHIE AiiK'i.MAS.
ii..-. -i
AT-i"UNI-:V FOR
PI ..-''.N'AI, ItEPI'.ESlBNTATIVB
MOKTtJN .M. KEK1K1.
A .si lavl.' .-- n i i
ftin mi, Floridi i81
By h.nal'l lirnili,-. .,i Counsel
, ..(_ .<_;
S '. ':;
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 70-357
Division 35
IN : bJST \" 'i
P IMF l'.\\\ LET,
aa*d
NOTICE TO CREDtTORS
TO ALL, PERSONH HAVING ci.M.Vis
OH LOAM'S AGAINST Till-:
abovb tor ATE:
Within three months from thi m<
Ol fi'-st publication "f this i
you are required to file with the clerk
of the Cflrculi tloui; of Dade Couutj
Kloridn, Prtibate Divl loir, the Bddresa
oi which is 7:: Weal Flakier 8ti
' lorn la, a Written Maivln^fii
ii any clAlm or d< iMti<\ you httfy ha"va
in. .....i i'liiui- r.t.\ -
IiEY, d.-c.'iisi'i.
Bach iiami imi-i be in wriiinK end
must indicate the b lair for the elmim,
11 nil* and addi i of the i l editoi
or his Agent oi al lorney, and tl i
amoum clami.-.l. li the claim-is urn
vet dui the date when ii \vill beevme
du'- ahaU in- stated, if tin claim is
contingent or unliquidated, the nature
of the uncertainty shall be stalea.if
th. clalnl Is 'i-.iikiI. thb so. urlty shall
bi described. The claimant shall de-
live! suiflcir-nt roptM of thcclalm to
the ci.-rk to enable tin- clerk to mall
'I AM. PEUSUNS HAV SO r I. a I.Ms -Tl > a i.l. f.K I :sn.\s II.W I Mi ri. A I.MS
OR I -I M \M IS AOAINST TH K
M'-'iVI-: ESTATE AM) A I.l. ITHIOK
PERSONS INTERESTED IN'
said ESTATE:
ir ARE HBREBV NOTIFIED
tii.ii the aiiiniiiisii-aiii.li of the estate
\:i.hii uiiiiiim Kimpi". deceased.
File Number 76-74::?, is pendina In the
rcuil Coyrt for Dade County, Flor-
ida, I'lohai.. Division, the address of
whi.-ii is 7:: West FlaKler Street, Mi-
ami, Florida 33130, The personal rop-
Ntatfvi for the eatate is I lorothea
I. nmi 'iii Jefferson National
Bank ol Miami IJeach a/hose addressea
are 3900 Meridian Avenue, Miami
i' i,-i.. Florida and ::"1 41 Street
Miami la.nli. Florida The name and
address of the personal representa-
' v- attorney are set forth below
...:i persona haviug claims or da-
ds against the esiati- are required,
WITHIN- THREE MONTHS FROM
THE HATI'. OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION f5F this -Niii'ic*:. to nr-
..ni, ih" clerk of Ihe ai>i< court a
written statement of any claim or de-
mand tln-\ mi t\ have Kaeh claim must
ii.- in writing ami inn i Indicate the
1'. r the claim, the name ami ad-
dress ..| the creditor or his agaAb oi
attorne) and the amount claimed I'
...in ..- nut j i i due, the date
when ii '.-ill become due ahall be stat-
ed, if the claim1 Is contingent or un-
liquiektfed the nature of Ihe uncertain-
ly ahull in slated If the claim is bo-
i. the security ahall be described
Thi claimant shun deliver sufficient
copies of the claim to the clerk to
enable ihe clerk to mail one cfiy to
. ,i. h personal representative.
persona Intl rested In the estate
Whom :i copy of thin NOtta* of Ad-
mlnbttratlon has been mailed are re-
iii,ir.-.i. t with iv THRftK nkivths
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
P11H.1CATION OF THIS NOTICE,
. ny objections they may have
-' challenges the validity of the da*
i-client will, the qualifications of the
personal reprpaenta(|ve, m the venue
nr juMedtotioh of the court.
Al.l. CLAIMS. DEMANDS, AND
OBJECTIONS \'"T SO FILED WILL
(iHRVi.r: BARRED.
Da!> of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: February 8.
I' 76.
DOROTHEA KVAPr
as pei'Nonal represealatlvo of th
Estate nf Albert William Knapp,
ii. ., led
Bj BTI'ART .1. MILLER
Tni-.t i Ifflcer
The Jefferson .Viti.....il Hani, of
Miami Beach;
. personal representative of the
i late ol Albert William Kn
- -,-. .I
ATTORNEY F< 'It
>NAL BEPRESTSNTATIVES
f> T BEIJO, ESQ
Lit( i'ii-'i.i II Avenue, BUtti I
Florida
',it
2H-1.1
'. DEMANDS AOAINST THE
It rVE KS-1 ATE AND Al.l. OTHER
PKRSON8 INTI RESTED IN Till-:
KSTATH;
i"i Mil) IlKUKBY NOTIFIES
that Ihe iiumliilstratlon of the
iVLVIA i:i:i;.i an. deceased, FlU
Numbi pending In the i Hr-
-,i Court f"i Hail.- County, Florida,
Pi le Division, I he addfet, of which
i- "i i'. .-a Klagler Street; Miami.
i i Ida.
personal representative of the
., ::. l:i-,.\.IA.MI.\ l:i-:lt\l \.\ Who's*
address u 8311 i 'ollin a venue, No.
1. ::s(i The num. and address of the
. rial reprei. ittal Ive's attornej
-i tit ih below.
having claims or de-
tains! ihe estate are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
Till: DATE OF THE FIRST l'll'.l.l-
CATION OF THW NOTICE, i" Ills
with the clerk of the nheve coun b
\. tit ten sta i em< m hi ih- -
in..ml they may have l ... '. claim must
be in u 'it Ing and musi In llcate the
i fin th.- claim, the name .mil ad-
iii the i r. ditor or Ills agent or
a'i rnw and Ihe amount claimed it
the claim j el due the date
fchi n it will become due ahall be atat-
'i. if tin- claim is in .ii. the ui
Its shall I- described. The claimant
shall deliver sufficient copies of the
claim to ti'i clerk to enable thi eli rk
i in. I oni opy in each personal
ntalive
All persons interested In the estate
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
.i< in-, i. mailed are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
..I this Vciioe mi A.i- FttUil IHE DATE - Pl BLICATION "!' THIS NOTICE,
to file any abjections they may have
la76.
BKN.TA'MIN HERMAN
As l'i.is,.nn! RehTeai nt.-iiive of th.-
i:.- lute of Sylvia Bermah
ATT. iRNBT FOB PERST)NAL
REPMEaftNTATlVE:
THAOaW AND BCHWARTH
.:-.l Arthur Godfrey Km-.
.Miami i!es<-h. Florida : 111"
I'll.-ii.: 531 -'.7:7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE-COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASEeK>T76-1M4
NOTICE OF SUIT
FRANCES ORA.VT.
>'. iitioiK>r-\V!f
and
i'l. VRENCE GRANT.
l:.s|ii.iiiliiit-llushanil
Tu. CLARENCE GRANT
4". CH rRCH STREET
KISS1MEE, FLORIDA
yOo CLARENCE GRANT, are
hereby notified that u Petition for
Dissolution ol Marriage has been filed
u a-', you and you arc required to
-ein a copy "i your Answer or Plead-
ing io ihe Petition on Petitioner'
u .- attorney, Ronald i.. Davis,
i P \, ii7 Blaoayne Building
la \\ Flagler Street, Miami, Florida
Phone 379-2861, and ft la tho
: ,,i Am \> ii or Pleading in the
Offioe oi the Clerk of the 1'ircuB
Cou i mi or before the 37th day of
February, 1978. If you fall to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
agaii i you for the relief demanded
in the Petition for Dissolution of Mar-
This Notice shall be pullhhed ones
. -... li ui-.k fur fotH" (4)'-consecutive
w el In the Jewish Floridlan
DONE AND ORDERED, at MJami
Dadi County, Florida, this 80th day
. Jan 1976.
Bii'IIAHD P. BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
' i,.(. i "nuiii v. Florida!
By: G FREDERICK
Deputy Clerk
(C i mi Court Boat)
I 23-30 2 ti-li
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Xi'iK'K IS HEREBV GIVEN that
thi Undersigned, desiring to engage
in lajsine-s under the fictitious name
in II.Mil.S, INC. at 171 N. Miami Beach, Fla. 88182 intends to
register said name with the Clerk o:
tin- Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida,
JACK 'I''I liSTKIN, President
BARRY i>. Si'HRKlBKK, ATTY
BREGKR & SCHREIBER, ATTYS.
2020 N.E. 163 Str.-et
North Miami Beach, Fin. 83182
2/6-18-80-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTIOB is HBKBM GIXrRN il ..'
the undersigned, desiring to ei
.1. I'U: llll-s.- uinici the I i-ii..mi.- UiUUil
ol RERTABRA8I-L Bt-T.IK at 111 N K
3 Ave .Mi;.m:. I-':. Intehds
:'Y'l'lr-r s.,al cam,- with the Clerk
.' lln- Circuit t'ourl of I i.i h ('i ni
da
.....K L.NTKIU'RISliJ. IK,;.,
a Ni a T1rk foroi4lVtln-
.By s.',.\,i'i:i. Gl.rKAS
M: i'l li 'i: S DA Via
I.-: for BEKTABRASH BL'TIK
t li 13-20-27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION
FfLE NUMBER 76-108
DIVISION J. GWYNN PARKEtf
NOTICP Ut-.JER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HHRHin (il KN that
the undersigned, deslrmg tu E8TATE~(IF
i" ou .- in..', i- the f ctmdua names
a \ 1ST A 'I'i i< s. VISTA EYE I I
NIC, YIKVA I I'Til'AI. -. J ; T \ ';
CEN1 i. \ ME'Dli AL i'l [-
NIC | | ,..,!, -
I 'lelk t,l Uu I ,, _,,-, f
' limy. PlorMft,
JOHN fi'-' Ufil v
I.' 'IIS P, KLEIN
I >. ised
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO A l f PERSONS liAv;.\<; IM.AIMS
OH DEMANDS AOAINST THE
;- '^i1'1 the ABOVE ESTATE AND M 1,'iTllKi:
Dade PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE
I'-T VI I-::
VOI ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
CASE NO. 76-2639
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
In Hi'llio Marring* nf
PEDRO LOIS ESTRADA and
' '" 2.6-13-20 that the admmistratl......f the estate
one oopy to .a. h personal ropreaonta- FHBBEHWINDA OONSACE?
tive
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS ffOT
Sf) FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED,
Dated January SO, 1978.
CLARA raw i.i:Y
A;. Personal R iiresentative "f the
Estate of PHILIP PAWLEY
. .1
HOSES .1 GRCNDWERi
At torney
Bin :. Hays liiamlJ Florida 83132
Telepln.m- 371-6513
First published on Felnuarv 6. 1 !".
2-ti-U
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTK'F, IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of NECKS APPEAL at B950 s u 89th
Court, Miami, Florida :::!!.".ii intends to
register eald name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
LINDA BAROX
KOMMEL. ROGERS. l.ORBER
& SJftElNKMAN
Attorneys for Linda Baron
420 Lincoln It.....I. Suite r,i>l
Mi ami'Beach, Florida 33139
i_____________________1/16-23-30 2/6
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTR'E IS HEREBY ci\'l-:\ that
the under.signed, desiring to engage
In buslpesa under the tlCtltiOUa name
of TEATRO NACIONAL at 4548 N.W.
183rd Street, Miami, Florida intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
TRACY Li) ENTERPRISES, INC.
By STEPHEN H. CYPEN,
Assistant Secretary
CYPEN & NEVINS
Attorneys for TRACT I.O
ENTERPRISES. INC.
825 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami'Beach, Florida 33140
1/23-30 2/6-13
i-S'l'R.M 'A
N<' in I-; TO DEFEND TO:
da i ti ida, 418 -
Street, Brooklj n, Ne n Yorl
"">u ."' h.....i". i. it a sull
-me Final Judgment of Mai
lutlon, n.is been
you, in this Cofrt, by your husl
Pedro LuH I-: trada t you nr<-
1 quired to flit 3 our An in ir, "and or
any paper thereto with the Ch rk ol
thi* < i-uri. and
ol on Joaeph ,'. i..,u.-- il Atton ey at
1 aw, S959 NW 7th Avenu Miami.
I- lorid 3..ui hush inn
noi later than March 10th 1976, other-
wise a l.iefatilt will i.n entered against
yi u.
: 1 ITKD: Jami- '. Itftf, Miami,
RICHARD P, BRINKER,
1 erk 1 'ii-.-ti-' ("i.urt
By N A HWt\ ETT. DC.
1/3$ 2 6-1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
-i is l'. k I KIN ilei eased, File
\timi.i : 76-108, i- pending in the Cir-
cuit Court tor Dade County, Florida
Probate Division, the address of which
is Dade County Courthouse, 7:: West
Klagler Street, Miami, Florida The
Personal Itepresentatlvcs of the estate
ELI li ''IT KLEIN uln.se address
la 50 Cedaryley Ayenjic. Staten I. land.
VY. and BARBARA I: I ,V*-"KS'I I- i \
. address la :'.t s Park Drive,
Oarnervllle, New York. The name and
'a the Personal Representa-
tive'! attorney are Bel forth below.
All person), hteeing clafcatn or >< reilllirell
WITH'.N THREE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PI'Bl.l-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE, to file
with Hi. clerk of the above court a
wi 1 .- r.i Mi-.- .i- in or de-
mand tiny may have. Each elaim must
Writing and must Indicate the
foi the claim tnd id
I:. 1.- of th. crcdlfoi or his agent or
attorney and the amount claimed, rf
'In lalm Is not yet due, the date'
when It will le-comc dor. a|nf*l he ataU
'. If the 1 la ni i- 1.mi ingent or un-
til" natut -mi ,-rtnin-
v aft if the claim Is se-
tin- MeoUrlty shall be il. s-ci-i' ,1
1 fa laimnnt 1 hall delkn r sufficient
eoiije- of the elaim to the clerk'to
the clerk to mail one copy to
. iitatlve;
UI pei '.,-,
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 HE: THE M MtRlAGE OF:
\ IRGINIA FREYRE,
. '-ctioner.
atid
RAIT. FHEYRH.
Itl o.ni.letil
TO: i:.V.'l, FREYRE
Si Green street
Jamaica r...i:... Masaachussetta
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
U -in action i. p Dissolution of Mar-
hai I-. .-a filed against you and
3 ou ar ri tiulri d to t rve a copy of
' a w rltten -I- i'. use.. if any to II on
\m: KOSS, attorney for Petitioner,
address Is 101 N.W. 12th Ave-
nue, M i ..-ruin, ami file the orlg-
!< 11 of the above styled
court on in before il i h 5th, 1976;
otherwise a default will be entered
ngain! you for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petit on.
This notice shall be published once
- i. h week for four consecutive weeks
:.; THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
Id nun .a Miami, Florida on tins
"Hi i':,y l.iiui. iv. 1978,
RICHARD P, BRINKER.
As Clerk < 'ircult Court
1 id* Count} Florida
Bj s JAFFE
\ Di utj Clerk
io I Court Seal)
IHE KOSS
101' N.W l.'th AVI nu*
..i Floi
Attorney for Petitioner
2 6-13-80
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPEP.TY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-3828
GENERAL JURISDICTION DlVlSTON
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
MARIE 'I HERESE CLAIRE,
I', iitloner,
and
i> iRM-ii.irS CI AIRJv Ri -.'.indent
Ti >: .\i. ( nrnellua <'lane
Residence i rnknoe a,
I'm ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
has I" i n til' d :ii;.'inst you and
you are requh n m serve a copy of
Vour written defense II any, to i' on
GLADYS O10H8ON, E8UQIRX!, attor-
ney for Petitioner whose address la
Icl N.W. 12 Avenue, Miami, Florida
83128, (SOB) 324-4)555, and file the orig-
inal with the clerk of tin- above styled
court on or before March 12, 197C;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
In tin complaint br petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four conse utlve weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and tht seal of
, i court ai Miami. Florida on this
4th day of February, 1976
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
As (llerk, Circuit '
I i.hIi i 'ountv Floi
I'.; B I H'l'S
As Deputy Clerk
ill Court Si al)
i iiadj i lerson, Esquire
Stone, Sostchin .t Koss, P I
mi N.W. 12 Avenue
M ami, FI. 33138 (324-45551
Allorni 3 for Petit lonei
LVf.-1.;-."-:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
76-3788
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE DF
IRENE MONAHAN NAYPOUER
and
MICHAEL RICHARD NAYPODSR
TO: MICHAEL RICHARD
NAYPOUER
c MIchael M. Naj pouer
74:i 5th Street
Whin hall, Pa 18052
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dlatwlution of Mar-
riage haa been filed against you and
you ar.- required to serve -a copy of
your written defenses, If any, to it on
l-AWHENCE E, HOFFMAN, attorney
for Petitioner, whoae address is 4"7
l.iii-oin Road, Suite !- M, Miami
Beach, Florida 33139, and file the orig-
inal with the clerk ..f thi above styl-
ed i-otp-t -(in or before March 1. I97U
otherwise a default will be entered
again ai you for the relief demanded In
mplnlnt or petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal of said
court at Miami. Florida, on the 4th
day of Februarj. 1978,
RICHARD r. BRINKER
As i !lerk, i MrcuU 'ourl
I lade Count v. Florida
By L. SNEEDEN
11. piii i i 'Jerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
20-27'
76
S3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
;n business under the fictitious nami
of SlBGMOND ENTERPRISES at 162
West 42 street, Hlaleah Fla 33012
int.-ml-- to register said tiunv with thi
lerk if :.' i Clr< ull I 'ourl of Dade
County, Floi
SIEGFRIED SUHWED1
2/(1-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the f. litiotta name
i KNOTS n POTS nt 1io.fi N.W. 153rd
reef, Miami i.'iifi:. intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
' .i uit Court of Hade 1'ouuLV, Florida
JOAN SIMMER
1/33 88 2 t-U
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-2905
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FUH DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN REl THE MARRIAGE OP
I.'IS E ITARELA,
I'U..' ner i lu -band,
and
MARIA I VAREI.A,
Ri i i.,m nl. Wife.
I il MARIA \ AR8LA '
Pedro v.iidivia No. 1828
A|)to
antiago, Chile. 8.A>
YOU ARE HEiiKM? NOTIFIED
1 i a i am for Dissolution of Mar-
1I..X- has :. en filed iaggtnsi you and
J"U D red tO serve a eopv of
' In* writti i) di : .,.-.-s. ii hny, to li on
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOVICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious i
'-f I'K'.'INSI'l.'ill A |{ M A T I' n a
WORKS INTERNATIONAL, INC at
N.E 12 Terrain Ft, Lawderdale.y
I-la 33S34 intends t,. registei said
n nu uith ii, Clerk of the Circuit
I'ourtof Dade I'.iuniv. PWrlda
-1 IRC.. Iiw....
A Fla, Corp
Jeffrey H. Greene, President
LEVINE RECKSON ft REED
Attoi'i applicant
1 'L'n-ftO 2/6-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMt LAW
NOTICE rs HEREBY GIVEN* That
the undeaslgned. ileslrlnr to engage
"I I. II ,|.|- ilo- fictitious name
of KING'S I'sil nl ISflfl Washtageen
hi n i notffli file j at
to the Petition for Dli olution of Mar-
v.iih tin- Clerk i
mall -. ttor-
n--> HENRT M WAjTZKIN, 740 -
. i. Miami Beach, r
or before thi lay of
Ion .-!' M irrlage I you
will be taken as i i
DATEB tins 18th day of January
RR'in I :\ki-:r,
Clerk of ourt
h.\ : i
i lepai ]
2/6-13-20
I DEMANDS, AND
' WII I.
'.KURD.
Date "f the fin puMi ailon of this
.- of Adm n February 6.
BARBARA l LAT1 STEIN
A 1 ilia
jaiN,
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Suite i"R
B( .nh. i '188
2/6-18
in the. rnrwisH fi/jridpan
WITNESS m. hand and the seal of
. al Miami, Florida on this
88fn '. ... of .1 nui try, ]|>76 -
RICHARD P IWKER
a- CK rk, i IrcuieCourt
I ......n i 'oanty, Florida
"y P I'oi'Kf^fJD
,. As deputy Clerk
(f Irmil Court Seal)
I: I'.iardo Anton, Esq.
-M.l 1". a -' ON \- PINEIRO
1C47 S.W. 27th Av.-nue
1/23-SO
2'6-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
, KOTli i- is HEREBY GIVEN that
f"< u ...i. desiring to engage
" ;'" "." iii flctiflrtua nama
of WtNDjDWMART al 618 Ainaley
Bldg., Miami, Fla., 83182 intends to
me with the Clerk of
Ircult -'ouri of Dade County,
1- lot-Ida.
RAM ALUMINUM ''oKPORATION
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BICENTENNIAL BIOGRAPHIES

onesCameHere from France
MAJOR BENJAMIN NONES lived in Bor-
ic, France, at the time the American colo-
were seething against the repressive Brit-
"Liberty, independence, rights of man .
;ed equal ." these were heady words for
idealistic Nones, heard from across the
in.
He was deeply impressed and influenced by
example of young Lafayette who had out-
d his own ship in Bordeaux for sailing to
aid of the revolutionaries. Nones followed
Hd soon after landing in America, found him-
self in uniform.
I HE FOUGHT in nearly all the battles of the
Hrolina campaigns, including the sieges of
Harleston and Savannah. His behavior in ac-
Hn. his bravery and gallant conduct were of-
Hially recognized and in due course he was
Swarded with the rank of Major.
I Legend has it that Nones commanded a
battalion of 400 men, fancifully called the "He-
brew Legion" either because of its leader or
its large number of Jewish enlistments.
Other legends have the Major as serving on
the staffs of Generals Washington, Lafayette,
DeKalb and Pulaski.
Major Nones settled in Philadelphia where
he became active in masonry and Jewish com-
munal affairs.
He served as president of Congregation
Mikvah Israel before and after the turn of the
19th century, and was official interpreter of
French and Spanish for the Board of Health for
the U.S. Government.
This enlMXle le reproduced from "Honoring ITM
and Famous Jowe In American Hlntory," MjoUBorud
i.y Maxwell lionae Coffee and copyclgbtod by the
Jnppph Jacob*- Org*nnlintlon, Inc., 1975.
READERS INTERESTED in r.-. .-iviiiir :< co|>y.
together with the llliiHtratlonii ttccnrnpanylng the epl-
mile**, ti: > mimI ilu-ii' name Hud addreaw \^iiri .",'> eenl*
in coin i' JttWjah-ABMrloan Patitota lt<\ 4*188, Urand
Central Blullon, x.w York, XV.. 10917,
Extortion Racketeers Exposed
BContinued from Page 1-A
tion <>l information by two
young K'H's.setters, Labor's Mo-
she Shachal and Likud's Ehud
Olmert.
Shachal. 41, one of Labor's
promising young leaders, is a
Haifa lawyer and consumer pro-
tectionist who has extensively
investigated the extortion rack-
et in t!ie area of fruit and vege-
table marketing.
HE DISCOVERED that the
prices of vegetables and fruits
are artificially high because of
a lengtln and intricate chain
Ok* middlemen between the
farmer and the consumer
that has evolved over the years.
Tha middleman network is con-
troMed by a small number of
"bosses" who. according to
Schachal, use criminal methods
to assure their profits as exclu-
sive marketing channels.
Ehud Olmert, 30, trie youngest
Kn.'setter, has exposed crim-
inal activities allegedly control-
led by one family in Jeru-
salem's run-down Musrara quar-
ter. The police, while aware of
the facts (drugs, protection,
strong arm methods), could
never gather sufficient evidence
to bring the miscreants to
court.
OLMERT was able to con-
vince some IS Musrara resi-
dents to testify to the police
about their suffering at the
hands of the local bosses. Sev-
eral arrests followed. Olmert's
activities have forced the police
to admit that extortion the
F.nglish word "protection" has
now entered the Hebrew lan-
guage is a widespread phe-
nomenon concentrated mainly
in the big cities.
'No Confidence9 Motion Eyed
Over Rabin Slur in U.S.
f
By DAVID LANDAU
^JERUSALEM(JTA)-Many
Likud MKs were reportedly
havinc second thoughts over a
shaiplv worded motion of non-
confidence in the government
introduced in the Knesset by
Haim Landau of Likud's Herat
faction.
Th- MKs. among them Shmuel
Tamir and others, fear that the
motion which has already been
published in the local Dress, will
furt'vi- discomfit Premier Yitz-
hak Rabin.
The non-confidence motion
jte'iio-cd from remarks attrib-
uted to a "senior source" in
Rabin's n-M-ty in Washington
that Israel's weapons purchase
list drawn un by the Defense
Ministrv for sub-iission to the
U. ored the State.
I LANDAU'S motion charged
that such re-narks demonstrated
that th" Rabin government was
torn bv in'-rnal rifts and could
not fi'n-tion p">""'i" > ?-*-"-
ed thf remark incalculably
armful to Israel's interests.
I Landau denied that he had
Beaked" the contents of his
B|oti"n to the press. He said
that after the story was pub-
lished he issued a statement
confirming and correcting the
leaked report.
Landau asked for a Knesset
debate on the matter.
REGARDLESS of the outcome
of the Likud challenge, Rabin
is expected to face a far more
serious storm from within his
own party where some of his
key colleagues have been an-
gered and embarrassed by the
remarks on the weapons shop-
ping list.
Defense Minister Shimon Pe-
res, the chief target of the
criticism of the weapons pur-
chase li't. bro''e his silence on
the matter today. Speaking on
the Armv Rroadcasting Service,
he B8id the entire matter would
be discussed wVn Rabin re-
turns from the U.S.
Olmert claims that some 30
major retail businesses in Tel
A\ lv are ran bv underworld
criminals who allegedly have
personal connections with what
Olmert defines as "some re-
spectable public elements"
the textbook recipe for nascent
organized crime.
Most of the extortion money
paid by the merchants is be-
lieved to be black market money
on which no income tax was
paid. This fact along wilh
fear of reprisals accounts for
the failure of the victims to
take their plaints to the polict
MARKETS, transportation
services, illegal card and dice
clubs and some big stores are
the main commercial branches
in which the extortion racket-
eering gangs are members of
families. Prof. Menahem Amir,
of the Hebrew University crim-
inology department, recently
predicted that the extortion
racket may be on the decline.
The very fact that merchants
who have suffered blackmail in
silence for a long time are now
ready to testify may indicate
that they have summoned up
the courage to resist extortion
The immediate reaction may be
increased acts of violence b\
the extortion racketeers.
But in the long run a firm
and resolute front adopted b)
the merchants, and effective
protection of witnesses by the
police, should still be able t
check and eventually defeat thi
underworld. The big question i
wheth r the poliee can. in far
provide the necessary p;
tinn. Police prestiee has A
dined as a result of the. sw
cesses of Olmert and Shachal
People wonder why the nolle
WJth thei,- large budget an
- >nhistic*ted facilities hav
fail d. when two voting Kn"
seters have succeeded so loi
rr< ssivelv.
DAVID
PLEASING
PEOPLE
IS HIS
BUSINESS
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Jewish National Fund Plans
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JERUSALEM (JTA) The Jewish National
Fund plans to plant one million new trees in the Negev-
Rafiah area during the current planting season which
began at Tu B'Shvat, a month ago.
At one site in the Rafiah area, local Bedouins
took part in Tu B'Shvat planting celebrations. The-
are members of the Dahaniya tribe.
APART FRQM tree-planting, JNF is investing mt-
jor efforts in the Rafiah region in earth-moving worl
to give the young settlements in the area greater st;
bility and greater protection from the elements.
Further south, at Di-Zahav on the Eilat-Shanv
el-Sheikh road, the JNF is laying the infrastructure
for a skin-diving club intended to promote tourism tfl
this natural beauty spot.
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