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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Big corporations abet boycott, break law
NEW YORK (JTA) The
Anti-Defamation League of B'-
uai B'rith has charged that
'more than 200 U.S. corpora-
tions and 25 major commercial
banks, many in alliance with
A,-ab American Chambers of
Commerce, are waging eco-
nomic war against Israel in col-
laboration with the Arabs."
Describing the group as a
"Who's Who of American Bank-
in!; and Industry," the ADL
said, "they are in flagrant dis-
regard of U.S. anti-boycott po-
licy, with the banks also flout-
ing Federal Reserve Board
warnings against participation
in the boycott."
AT A news conference at
ADL's national headquarters
here, Seymour Graubard, ADL
national chairman, said that
"reliance on voluntary com-
pliance with current U.S. policy
ha? failed, and therefore new,
strong legislation which bans
American participation in the
Arab boycott is essential."
With such legislation he said,
the hanks cited act as agents o:
the Arabs by demanding proof
of boycott compliance from
>can exoorters; the cor-
Continued on Page 7-A
"cfewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 49 Number 12 Fre* K- shochet March 19. 1976 Miami, Florida Friday, March 19, 1976 "y Mail SOc. Three Sections t'nee 25 cents
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WONT BACK OFF'
Ford Bent
On Planes
To Egypt
Rabin Angered 7-A
Zionists Object 8-A
Congress Pressured 15-A
WASHINGTON (JTA)
A high Republican Con-
gressional leader told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that President Ford has in-
dicated to him he "would
not back off" from opening
a U.S. military supply rela-
tionship with Egypt despite
the strong opposition to it
by Israel and pro-Israeli
supporters in the United
Continued on Page 6-A
Meir's Return Means No Bed
Of Roses for Rabin Coalition
By TLVIA MENDELSON
And DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Many political observers and a
large section of the new media
are expressing serious doubts
over whether former Premier
Golda Meir's inclusion in the
Labor Party's new leadership
forum can rescue the flounder-
ing Darty from the ideological
storms and financial ills that
threaten to rend its asunder.
Some sources are suggesting
that Mrs. Meir's return to an
active role in Labor Party po-
litics for the first time since she
retired from the Premiership in
1974 poses a distinct threat to
Premier Yitzhak Rabin's shaky
power base. These sources con-
GOLDA MEIR
tend that Rabin, though nominal
head ot' the party, has never
Continued on Page 7-A
'End-of-War' Debate Continuing
At Furious Pace in Jerusalem
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM The Cab-
inet's decision to approve a
new American initiative de-
signed to promote talks be-
tween Israel and its neigh-
bors on an "end of the state
of war" was met with some
sharply critical reaction in
Israel from both hawks
and doves.
The hawks, predictably,
spoke of a "sell-out of peace"
HABER IS GUEST SPEAKER
CJA-IEF Rally on Beach
With a gathering of hundreds of Miami area campaign-
ers at Temple Emanu-El's Friedland Ballroom, 1976 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency Fund Chairman
L. Jules Arkin was to launch six weeks of intensive CJA-IEF
mobilization on Thursday.
The drive, known as "You Make the Difference," was
Continued on Page 2-A
charging the government
with whittling down Israel's
long-cherished demand for
full contractual peace with
the Arab states as the condi-
tion for any withdrawals.
SINCE THE withdrawals which
many of the hawks envisage are
not such as to induce the Arabs
to agree to peace, Premier Ra-
bin and his aides dismissed the
criticism for this direction with-
out much ado.
More disturbing, however,
has been the criticism of such
dyed-in-the-wool doves as Abba
Eban of the end-of-war deci-
sion.
Within the coalition's ranks
too there is a great deal of un-
certainty much of it as yet
in the form of quiet rumbling
Continued on Page J5-A
SHEEHAN ARTICLE AT ISSUE
State Dep't. Airs
Leak of 'Secrets'
Eban Says Sheehan Out on Limb 6-A
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) The State Department has
launched a probe to determine who leaked the Department
secret papers purporting to show that Presidents Nixon and
Ford pledged to Arab leaders that the U.S. would push Is-
rael back to its pre-1967 borders and a transcript of Secre-
tary of State Henry A. Kissinger's intimate conversations
with Israelis.
Robert Funseth, Depart-
ment spokesman, volunteer-
ed that "insofar as any State
Department officials provid-
ed Edward Sheehan with in-
formation based directly on
memoranda of conversation
this was unauthorized and a
serious error of judgement
and disciplinary action will
be taken."
FUNSETH acknowledged that
Sheehan, a former U.S. foreign
service officer who served in
Cairo and Beirut, who wrote a
2,100-word article for Foreign
Policy magazine on Kissinger's
Continued on Page 11-A
Udall Concedes Victory
In New York to Jackson
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Rep. Morris Udall (D.,
Ariz.) has conceded New
York's Jewish vote to his
rival, Sen. Henry M. Jack-
son (D., Wash.) in the De-
mocratic presidential pri-
maries there next month.
"Forty-five percent of the
Visit by Gen. Day an Anticipated Here
MAKE THE
DIFFERENCE
"You Make the Differ-
ence" is the theme of the
six-week period. Mar. IS to
Apr. 28, dedicated to the
Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund campaign.
Highlighting this period
will be the appearance here
by Gen. Moshe Dayan.
Emphasizing the signifi-
cance of the mobilization
here, "You Make the Dif-
ference" buttons ond ban-
ners will be displayed
throughout the community
during this period.
GEN. DAYAVs appearance
will be at a Federation dinner
on Thursday. Mar. 25. at the
Carillon Hotel, for which res-
ervations are now being ac-
cspted.
"Gen Dayan crystallized our
campaign work in a statement
last December," declared Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund Chairman L.
Jules Arkin here.
"In meeting with American
Jewish leaders, he said. 'All we
ask is that you feel Jewish
Continued on Page 12-A
primary vote in New York
is expected to be Jewish, and
Sen. Jackson is deservedly
popular among this segment
of the electorate, and I can't
expect to come in and over-
whelm this," Udall said on
the ABC television "Issues
and Answers" program.
HE OBSERVED that in New
York his campaign for the presi-
dential nomination was "buck;
ing some unusual things."
among which he said were the
governor (Hugh Carey), the
party organization, organized
labor and "the heaviest Jewish
vote in America."
Udall was referring to Jack-
son's wi.le popularity among
Jews because of his co-author-
ship of the Jackson-Vanik
Amendment to the Foreign
Trade Act which '.inked U.S.
economic benefits to the Soviet
Continued on Page 12-A


Page 2-A
rJemst' MorMliair
Friday, March 19
w

CJA-IEF Rally Held on Beach
Continued from Page 1-A
to open with an afternoon rally marked by Arkin's cam-
paign progress report and an address by Samuel L. Haber,
retiring executive vice president of the American Joint
Distribution Committee.
was to be bedecked for the
occasion in Bicentennial red,'
white and blue (courtesy of
David Harrison), with tradition-
al music provided by the Jerry
Marshall Orchestra, and Purim
"hamantaschen" refreshments
provided to the hundreds gath-
ered.
Arkin noted recent comments
by Israeli Ambassador to the
United Nations, Chaim Herzog,
as patt of the inspiration for
this six weeks of mobilization:
"As I contemplate the world
today with the continuous on'
slaught on Israel and the Jew-
ish people," Herzog said, "I feel
that it is imperative that we
understand that the time has
come for us to rise to the hour
and express our solidarity with
our own people in a manner
which will be understood by all.
"Above all," he said, "we the
Jewish peoDle must never again
allow ourselves to be deluded
into failing to react in our own
self-defense the moment the
Senator's Widow,
Edith Lehman, 86
NEW YORK (JTA) Funeral services were
held for Mrs. Edith AHsehul Lehman; a leading philan-
thropist whodied at the age of 88: Mrs:. Lehman was
the widow of the late Herbert H. Lehman who served
as Governor of New Yotk and later as United States
Senator.
Mrs. Lehman, who was born in San Francisco and
educated at private schools, married Mr. Lehman in
1910.
SHE JOINED her Husband in various philanthropic
activities including the work of the Federation of Jew-
ish Philanthropies, the United Jewish Appeal and the
cause of a Jewish homeland in Palestine.
Following Mr. Lehman's death in 1963, she corv~
tributed $100,000 to the UJA in his memory and made
substantial gifts to other institutions, Jewish and non-
Jewish.
At the time of her death, Mrs. Lehman was an
honorary trustee of the Mount Sinai Medical Center
with which she had been associated since 1921.
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danger signal lights up. Let us
learn from the past. Silence and
glossing over have been of no
value. We must stand up as
Jews today, as one people, and
fight. In this we are not alone.
Bui we must stand up and be '
counted, each and every one of <
us."
IN HIS address to Miami cam- !
paigners, Haber's prepared text |
pointed out that three areas of
Jewish need are accounting for
increased demands for JDC
services which are supported
by American Jewish communi-
ties through such campaigns as
the CJA-IEF.
These are: care of immi-
grants (mostly Russian Jews en
route to Israel and other coun-
tries); health and welfare needs
in Rumania, which has an in-
ordinately large number of sick
and elderly Jews; and the Re-
lief-in-Transit program, bring-
ing vital aid to needy Jews
throughout Eastern Europe.
More than one-third of the
JDC budget is earmarked for
orograms in Israel, he noted.
This will provide for both direct
and indirect programs, includ-
ing care of the aged, sendees
for the handicapped, assessment
and treatment centers-for chil-
dren-, for manpower training,
and for traditional JDC aid to
yeshivot and cultural and religi-
ous institutions.
"ISRAEL IS beleaguered on
its borders and under constant
attack in the UN," Haber said.
"Everywhere the Arab machine
keens pushing' toward its goal
of the destruction of the tiny
Jewish' State. We, on our part,
are determined to continue and
increase our aid to humanitarian
programs in Israel, nrograms to
which the State cannot give the
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Haber was to meat with
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tion and its family of agencies
on Thursday prior to the 5 p.m.
rally. Later in the evening, he
was to address a gathering of
dentists affiliated with the Al-
pha Tau Omega fraternity.
Arkin has also announced a
series of major community cam-
paiim events to highlight the
six-week mobilization period, in-
cluding the Thursday. Mar. 25,
usit here of Gen. Moshe Day-
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contnbi-'ors of SI.000 or more
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Will Next President of Rotary be a Former Nazi?,
NEW YORKThe Anti-Defamation League
of B*nai B'rith has revealed that unless another
candidate is nominated by Apr. 16, the next
president of Rotary International will be a for-
mer Nazi stormtrooper.
According to Lawrence Peirez, chairman
of the League's civil rights committee, Austrian
industrialist Wolfgang Wick had withdrawn his
name from nomination "for personal reasons"
following worldwide protests from ADL and
others because of his Nazi background.
THE ROTARY nominating committee,
however, renominated Mr. Wick at a special
meeting on F'eb. 16.
Peirez said that Wick joined the Nazi Party
in Austria in 1933, was a key figure for Nazi
industry in Austria during World War II, and
had served in Hitler's notorious SS.
The League, which confirmed its informa-
tion on Wick with Simon Wiesenthal, head of
the Jewish Documentation Center for Nazi War
Crimes in Vienna, discussed the matter with
the Secretary General of Rotary International
in Evanston, 111.
"WE WERE told," Peirez said, "that the
organization has no provisions for investigat-
ing people, but was aware of the allegations
against Wick through protests from Dutch Ro-
tarians."
The Secretary General explained the Ro-
tary procedure notice of the nomination is
sent to the more than 16,000 clubs around the
world with each having an opportunity to pre-
sent its own nominee.
If no other candidate is put forward, Wick
will be declared president. But if there are
other candidates for the post, an election will
be held at the Rotary convention coming up
this summer in New Orleans.
"WE CERTAINLY hope there will be other
candidates," Peirez said.
He added: "It is difficult to understand the
nomination of such a person, but it would be
even more difficult to understand if Wolfgang
Wick does indeed become president of this
highly respected organization."
Major Banks, Corporations Abet Arab Boycott Here
Continued from Pace 1-A
porations cited either submit
evidence of boycott compliance
or are an integral part of Arab
American Chambers of Com-
Imerce which regularly validate
[boycott documents for the
(Arabs.
Among the banks named by
|the ADL as processing boycott-
tainted letters of credit are six
of the nation's largest financial
institutions Bankers Trust,
Chase Manhattan, Chemical
Bank, First National City and
Morgan Guaranty Trust Com-
pany, all of New York, and the
Bank of America, San Francis-
co.
OTHER BANKS cited includ-
ed First National Bank and Con-
tinental Bank, both of Chicago;
First National Bank of Minnea-

Police Interested in Israel's
Hashish 'Dip Tester9 Machine
JERUSALEM (JTA) ,A number of overseas
police forces have expressed interest in a hashish-de-
tection device developed by two scientists at the Ben-
Gurion University of the Negev in Beersheba. The de-
vice is already in use with the Israel police force.
THE DEVICE comprises a plastic "dip tester" with
a small chemically-impregnated sponge at its end: The
sensitive chemical compound reacts immediately with
any traces of hashish in body liquids such as saliva,
urine or blood. The sponge turns purple.
According to a university official, the detector is
especially useful in situations requiring immediate con-
firmation of suspected use of hashish. The two inventors
are Prof. Avinoam Livneh and Avital Schorr.
polis; First National Bank of
St. Paul, Minn.; Central Nation-
al Bank and National City Bank,
both of Cleveland, and Phila-
delphia National Bank, Provi-
dent National Bank, and the
Continental Bank, all of Phila-
delphia.
Among firms cited for sub-
mitting to Arab restrictions are
Aramco, Bausch & Lomb, Flint-
kote, General Mills, Ingersoll-
Kand, Pillsbury and Rubatex.
Some 200 corporations named
by the ADL as participants in
the Arab American Chambers
include such major oil com-
panies as American Independ-
ent, Amoco International, Aram-
co, Continental, Exxon, Gulf and
Occidental, and such other com-
panies as Merrill Lynch, Pierce,
Fenner and Smith, Inc., Uncle
Ben's Rice, and Bechtel Corp.
(Bechtel was sued by the Jus-
tice Department on Jan. Nj,
1976, for anti-trust violations re-
garding the boycott.)
The ADL charges were based
on the findings of a national
field investigation conducted
under the direction of Benjamiji
R. Epstein, the League's nation-
al director, and Arnold Forstef,
general counsel.
THE ADL investigative te
listed top officials of the Arab
American Chambers of Com-
merce as Ansbert G. Skina, of
Ansev International, president
of U.S. Arab Chamber of Com-
merce, New York; C. H. Capps.
of Bechtel Corp., president,
U.S. Arab Chamber of Com-
merce, San Francisco; and Rob-
ert R. Herring, of Houston Nat-
ural Gas Co., president of
American Arab Chamber of
Commerce, Houston.
Epstein and Forster said that
Aramco, which has branched
out from oil to multi-billion dol-
lar construction of gas and elec-
tric facilities in Saudi Arabia,
"is perhaps the most active cor-
poration collaborating with the
Arabs in carrying out the boy-
cott."
Aramco and its subcontrac-
tors, they continued, "not only
comnly with anti-Israel Arab
boycott regulations which re-
strain free trade and place
many U.S. firms at a commer-
cial disadvantage, but issue to
applicants for jobs in Saudi
Arabia instructions that dis-
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Jews."
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Friday, March 19, 197$
I
A Nazi at the Helm
Rotary International ts-a-worldwide service organi-
zation. The question is service to what?
This is of particular significance now that it has
been revealed that a former Nazi is the only contender
for the organization's presidency.
Unless another candidate steps forward by Apr. 16,
Wolfgang Wick, an Austrian industrialist, will become
Rotary International's president.
The fact is that Wick withdrew his nomination
following worldwide protests. That was "decent" of him.
In reality, he was "testing the waters" and concluded
there would be no way in the world by which he could
win in a bona fide election.
But the fact also is that no other name has as yet
been proposed for the post, and so not only is Wick
back in the running; as sole nominee, he would be the
winner.
If Rotary International allows this to happen, then
new precedents will be established in terms of the re-
spectability of the Nazi era and its reconstitution. Fi-
nally, the world will be on record as declaring that
former Nazi affiliation is no longer a liability a griev-
ous past one must overcome.
By failing to offer Rotarians an alternate choice to
Wick, the organization would be contributing its pres-
tigious name and resources to this perversion of history.
That must not be allowed to happen.
Purim and C-130's
Purim came early this week and passed with less
notice, it seems, than ever before. Perhaps our rabbis
let it slip their minds in the spate of their more paro-
chial congregational interests.
But the lesson is still with us still worthy of note
even days after the holiday, and throughout the year.
The Hamans determined to bring Israel and all Jews
down have not disappeared. The Hamans are forever
with us.
We do not equate the Ford administration with
Hainan, but the President's reiterated determination on
the occasion of Purim to sell C-130 transport planes to
Egypt is the determination of our nation's leader to
deal with Haman.
President Sadat's "bombshell" announcement Sun-
day that he is breaking his 15-year-long friendship
treaty with Moscow was clearly no bombshell for Mr
Ford, whose decision to sell the C-130's is by now weeks
old.
Speaking of Haman, the Soviets are no new tillers
in that garden either. And so, here is the administra-
tion dealing with two Hamans and, on the occasion of
Purim, proud of it.
Friends in Latin America
Israel is making an important effort to improve
relations with its traditional friends in Latin America
The most important of these efforts was the official visit
by Foreign Minister Yigal Allon to Mexico.
Allon said his host, Mexican Foreign Minister Al-
fonso Garcia Robles, took great pains to stress that Is-
rael and Mexico had cleared up the "misunderstanding"
between them caused by Mexico's vote for the anti-Zion-
ist resolution at the United Nations. They both pointed
out that the relationship between the two countries was
based on friendship and understanding.
There were, of course, differences. Israel is unhap-
py over Mexico's permission to the Palestine Liberation
Organization to set up an office in Mexico City, but the
two foreign ministers said that even in the areas where
there was disagreement there was now understanding
of each other's views.
The Arabs and the Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion have been making inroads in Latin America It is
good to see that Israel is not allowing its traditional
friends to be lost by default but is determined to see
that it will still have support in that region.
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CAJD Bo Callaway after his
^ sticky little fingers were
caught in the cookie jar of one
of the nation's most delectable
natural resource preserves:
"I am absolutely certain that
there's been no impropriety
whatsoever, but this President
(Ford) quite properly has the
support of the American peo-
ple for an honest and open ad-
ministration of the highest hon-
or and integrity.
"Therefore, I think it's im-
portant to go the extra mile
and at the first bit of an im-
propriety take every action we
possibly can to ensure that
there's no appearance of im-
propriety in the campaign."
Bunk
CALLAWAY QUIT, tempor-
arily it is said, until the "mis-
understanding" involving his
Mindlin
as a statement of indisputable
fact, complete with its "there-
fore" conclusion, about the
need for him to leave it at this
point in time (to use a once-
favored Nixonist ambiguity) s0
that the President's "highest
honor and integrity
unblemished.
remain
alleged attempt to rape Color-
ado's Gunnison National Forest
of some 2,000 acres of land for
a ski resort can be cleared up.
But the issue is not Calla-
way's vindication. The issue is
Callaway's vow of allegiance to
the Ford "open administration"
-OTT*
The truth is that they already
have been blemished quite
some time ago, well before Cal-
laway's alleged attempt to profit
from the public trust came to
light:
WHAT DO you call Ford's
original veto of the Public In-
formation Act?
What do you call Ford's
most recent recommendation
to Cong-*ss to plug "leaks" to
the people in the matfr of the
people's business that those
caught be prosecuted?
What do you call Ford's ac-
quiescence to and enthusiastic
S'lnnort of a conspiratorial Kis-
singer foreign policy rooted in
lies, deception, double-dualine.
and. most recently, abuse di-
rect "1 acainst those who dare
to criticize it?
And what, in the end. do
you call the Ford pardon of
Richard Nixon, a bombshell
Ford exploded only days after
vowing he would never issue a
precipitous pardon?
NOW COMES Callaway to as
sure us that Mr. Ford is run-
ning an open administration
characterized by honor and in-
tegrity, and so therefore he is
removing himself from presi-
dential proximity until the al-
legations against his own honor
and integrity are answered.
That is like saying all hand-
some men are rich, I am hand-
some, therefore I am rich
when the fact is I am neither
handsome nor rich; when the
fact is some ugly men are rich,
and some handsome men are
poor.
Yet the illogic of false pro-
positions plagues us all the
Continued on Pace 13 A
World's Drowning in Hypocrisy
Friday, March 19, 1976
Volume 49
17 2 ADAR 5736
Mumber 12
Two days after the Jewish
voters of South Florida had con-
firmed my expertise by voting,
as predicted, overwhelmingly
for Sen. Henry Jackson, the
New York Times reported as
one of the reasons for a bigger
military budget the next fiscal
year the following:
"A tendency within the Jew-
ish community since the 1973
Arab-Israeli war to question the
liberal moves to cut the defense
budget and to equate a strong
defense posture for the United
States with the security of Is-
rael."
THAT WAS Page 15. On Page
1, the headline read: "Pro-Israel
Senators Offer Compromise on
Cairo Sale." Backed up by Sen-
ators Clifford Case and Hubert
Humphrey, Jacob Javits had
gone, it seems, to the State De-
partment, to suggest a way by
which the Ford administration
could deliver those controversial
planes to Egypt without forcing
it to come to Congress for per-
mission, as required by law.
And, also, not forcing the previ-
ously mentioned liberals to vote
on a hot issue."
In a world that is drowning
in the hypocritical vomit spew-
ed out by national leaders, it
is not surprising that Israel ex-
presses outrage at the sale of a
few plarjes fo Egypt,' or that the
one-issue Jewish vote along the
South Florida coastal ghetto
would go so overwhelmingly to
the leading Senate spokesman
of our military-industrial com-
plex.
WHERE ARE the voices of
America, including Jews', in
challenging our role as the
world's leading merchants of
death, selling not just military
transport planes to Egypt, but
all the unimaginable weapons
of destruction to most of the
nations of the world?
Last year, we contributed to
the awesome sale of over $300
billion in weapons in the world.
We spend $373 per capita on
our militarv, $171 for health.
The Soviet Union is even more
unbalanced, with a $268 expen-
diture for its place in the weap-
ons sun. as compared with $82
for health.
But the obscenity of it all is
best illustrated by those na-
tions where starvation and dis-
ease are endemic such as India,
a 4-to-l ratio of defense dollars
over health: or Egypt, 8-to-l
(the same for Israel, by the
way); South Korea, 14-to-l, and
so on.
ARGUING WITH Henry Kis-
singer over the proliferating
sale of nuclear equipment (to
Pakistan, for instance, which
runs a -to-less-than-1 ratio),
Sen. Abe Ribicoff passionately
declared: "I think the United
States has abdicated its lead-
ership in the world."
He undoubtedly meant moral
leadership, for it hasn't yet
come across to men of good
intentions like Ribicoff that the
only course on which we are
headed is to maintain leadership
in the sale of weapons.
I am not a pacifist in the
strict definition of the term. 1
believe in a strong defense, but
I also believe strongly that the
arms race can lead only to war.
It is an expensive and prof-
itable myth that has made
the world an armed camp at
the expense of the health and
education of so many of its peo-
ple.
THE LATEST issue of "Fel-
lowship," a pacifist publication,
is devoted to "Judaism and
Peacemaking," with Rabbi Ar-
thur Hertzberg writing in de-
fense of the official Israel and
majority Jewish position, and a
number of Jewish pacifists "re-
minding us that our unique ca-
pacity is in peace-maWwr. J""-
to war-wagina."
One wrote: "The arms that
have accumulated in the Mid-
dle East stagger the imagina-
tion. No border is safe. No city
in the area is immune to mis-
siW. Under the burden of
militarization. Israel's economy
has badlv deteriorated '*"
ral is dependent on the U.S.
and its leadersrecently Nixon
and Kissineer and now Ford
and Kissinger."
' THE LATEST news from
Washington can only be inter-
preted bv even the most trust-
ing and naive as confirming
what manv of us have warned
for long. That the business ot
those who control Americas
foreign policv (and for whom
Ford and Kissinger act) is
Plainlv and simoly business, and
that anv nation with a dollar
to spend is a friend.


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EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
The recent Court ruling in
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upon the Temple Mount, where
the Holy Temple was built and
now the Omar Mosque is built
as a holy shrine of the Mos-
lems, leaves the situation in
the hands of the Ministry of
Religions in Israel.
All the rabbis and scholars
of our generation and of the
previous generations have is-
sued a Torahic prohibition
against climbing the mount for
any purpose because it pos-
sesses an intrinsic holiness still
based upon the times of the
Templt*. during which only peo-
ple with proper purification
were permitted to enter the
holy sites.
Also certain areas were re-
served only for the "Kohanim,"
the "Priests" who served in the
Temple. The violation of these
rules carries stiff biblical penal-
ties.
WHILE the present location
of the Holy Temple is not ex-
actly sure because of the ad-
ditions made by Herod, which
were not considered a part of
the sanctuary known as trfr
Temple Mount, nevertheless, the
severity of the law in this re-
gard is so stringent that all
rabbis maintain a unanimuous
prohibition against entering the
site of the Temple Mount.
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And TUVIA MENDELSON
JERUSALEM (JTA) Is-
rael once again is focussing at-
t -ntion on events in Lebanon
where a military coup has been
carried out by Moslem army
deserters headed by Brig. Gen.
Abdel Aziz al-Ahdab. Premier
Yitzhak Rabin and Defense Min-
ister Shimon Peres discussed
the "situation at a weekend
meeting attended by military
an I political experts on Leb-
anese affairs.
Israeli army units are pa-
trolling the 120-kilometer bor-
der with Lebanon in increased
strength from Rosh Hanikra on
the Mediterranean -:oast to
Metullah, Israel's northernmost
settlement. The border has
been ominously quiet of late al-
though there is tension in vil-
lages oo both sides.
SHOOTING HAS been heard
on the Lebanese side but there
have been no attacks on Israeli
targets from Lebanon. How-
ever, Moslem army deserters
have occupied several strong-
points on heights overlooking
Metullah creating at least a
potential menace.
Israel's concern centers on
whether the Moslem deserters,
if successful in taking over
Lebanon's government, will try
to turn that country into a con-
frontation state against Israel
and what will be the role of
Syria. So far, the Syrians have
made no overt moves. But they
engineered the Lebanese cease-
fire last month in which the
Moslems gained ascendancy
over the Christian population.
Damascus <=r>onsors th* sevn-
regiment Palestine Liberation
Armv which apparently can
manipulate events in Lebanon
to Syria's ends without the risk
of direct Syrian military inter-
vention. As long as the Syrian
army does not invade and oc-
cupy Lebanon there is little Is-
rael can do. The political sit-
uation, especially Israel's cur-
rently very sensitive relations
with Washington, precludes any
preventive action by Israeli
forces.
ISRAELI border settlements!
however, are clamoring for,
some kind of action since they
would be the first targets should
Palestinian zealots turn the hi-
therto passive Lebanon into a
confrontation state. This pose*
a sticky political problem for
Premier Rabin who admitted to
volunteer workers at Kibbutz
Yifat last week that the situa?
tion in Lebanon is unpredicta-
ble.
Most observers beheve Syria
will not engage in any direct
military venture in Lebanon
while she is faced by powerful
Israeli forces on the Golan
Heights. Ahdab. who went on
television in Beirut to announce
the military take-over, gave no
hint as to what course he would
follow. The newly proclaimed
military commander of Leba-
non is not, however, a young
radical of the stripe that car-
ried out the military coup
against King Farouk in 1952.
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died emotionally and spiritually as they
personally suffered through the most
horrible years in all the history of man.
And yet, w*h the birth of Israel, many
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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
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Sheehan Article Way Out on Limb-Eban
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By MAURICE SAMUELSON
LONDON (JTA) The
former Foreign Minister of
Israel, Abba Eban, said here
that the United States had
vetoed proposals for Israel's
full withdrawals to its pre-
June, 1976, borders though
it had never supported ma-
jor changes in those bord-
ers.
Eban made that assertion
to the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency in the course of com-
ments about the article in
"Foreign Policy" magazine
by Harvard Fellow Edward
R. F. Sheehan who claimed
Ford Presses for Arms Sale
Continued from Page 1-A
States.
Rep. William Broomfield
(R., Mich.) said he saw the
President at the White House
and expressed to him that
"substantial reservation and
opposition and concern" ex-
isted in the House Interna-
tional Relations Committee
against the Administration's
move to provide Egypt with
six of the huge C-130 troop
transport aircraft.
BROOMFIELD said he told
Ford that he was expressing the
feeling of a "number of mem-
bers" of the committee on be-
half of himself and the panel's
chairman Rep. Thomas Morgan
(D.-Pa.). Broomfield is the com-
mittee's highest ranking Repub-
lican member. Asked by the JTA
for the President's reaction,
Broomfield said: "The Presi-
dent thought it (the supply of
the planes to Egypt) was a rea-
sonable request and did not give
any indication he would back
off.'"
Broomfield said he brought
ur> the matter during his ap-
pointment with Ford on another
subject. His visit followed the
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It is the oldest synagogue in continuous use in New
York City.
Gov. Carey unveiled a plaque commemorating the
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up the congregation at a special service. The spiritual
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meeting between the President
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Fisher said that he had "no
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by the JTA for a statement on
his 45-minute meeting with the
President.
When Presidential press sec-
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advance of the Fisher meeting
whether Fisher was to discuss
the arms program, Nessen re-
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Fisher was to see the President
about fund-raising for Ford's
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However, sources indicated
that Fisher also expressed the
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that Presidents Nixon and
Ford in 1974-75 had "secret-
ly assured" Arab leaders
that the U.S. favored an Is-
raeli withdrawal to its 1967
lines.
EBAN SAID he saw no rea-
son to be horrified by the dis-
closures of U.S. nolicy made by
Sheehan in an article favorably
describing Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger's diplomatic
moves in the Middle East.
He said the main novelty of
Sheehan's article was Kissin-
ger's reported private comments
about Middle East personalities
some of them unflattering.
Such conversations tended to
occur in mediation missions of
the kind conducted by Kissin-
ger, Eban told the JTA.
The former Foreign Minister,
who is a member of the Knes-
set, is visiting here for a series
of Jewish communal engage-
ments and meetings with Brit-
ish leaders.
He met with Prime Minister
Harold Wilson for 45 minutes
this morning at No. 10 Down-
ing Street. The private meeting
at Wilson's invitation is be-
lieved to have covered Middle
East affairs in general. Eban is
scheduled to meet other mem-
bers of the Labor government
tomorrow and will be the lunch-
eon guest of Israeli Ambassador
Gideon Rafael.
HE WAS to go to Vienna from
London to represent Israel's
Labor Party at the Congress of
Austria's governing Social Dem-
ocratic Party.
Tunisian and Egyptian Social-
lists were invited to attend the
party conference by Austrian
Chancellor Bruno Kreiska, as
were Swedish Premier Olof Pal-
me and former West German
Chancellor Willy Brandt.
In his comments to the JTA,
Eban said he could not under-
stand why some Israelis ob-
jected to the formula proposed
by Aharon Yariv whereby Israe'.
would be ready to meet with
any Arab factor, including Pal-
estinians.
SUCH A policy would throw
the responsibility for the pre-
sent impasse on the Arab ex-
tremists and make Israel's po-
sition firmer, Eban said.
He denied that such contacts
would imply Israeli acceptance
of a third state between Israel
and Jordan.
He insisted that such a state
would not solve the Palestinian
problem. Asked to define that
problem, Eban referred to the
million non-Israeli Arabs under
Israeli rule who lack political
status but have a defined na-
tional consciousness.
He said the Palestinian prob-
lem, though primarily an Arab
one, is also partly an Israeli
problem and Israel could not
"unload it" in a peace settle-
ment.
HE SAID Jordan would have
to be involved in such a settle-
ment but that afterwards its in-
habitants might want "some-
thing more modern," such as a
Palestine republic.
Eban ruled out negotiating
with the Palestine Liberation
Organization as long as its pro-
gram called for the elimination
of Israel. He suggested that far
from becoming more flexible,
the PLO has grown more radical
recently thanks to countries
such as France and Sweden
which ooened their doors to it
unconditionally.
"The PLO is actually an ob-
stacle to solving the Palestine
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"Jenist fkridiar
Page 7-A
Meir's Return No Bed of Roses for Rabin
V
Continued from Page 1-A
succeeded in getting a grip on
it? leadership.
THE FORMER Premier, who
ii. now 77, agreed during a priv-
ate meeting with Rabin and
other ministers and Labor Party
leaders at her Tel Aviv home
last week to participate in the
leadership forum. That body,
which includes representatives
of the three old factions that
comprise Labor Mapait Ach-
dut Avoda and Raft will hope-
fuDv serve as a binding force,
resolve intra-party disputes, set
policy and restore confidence
in Israel's governing party.
Charge U.S. Catalyst
For Arms Race
In Middle East
By YITZHAK SHARG1L
TEL AVIV (JTA) Premier Yitzhak Rabin has
angrily accused the United States of serving as a "catalyst'
in the Middle East arms race.
Referring to the Ford Ad-
ministration's efforts to lift
the U.S. embargo on arms
sales to Egypt and its re-
cently announced $1.2 bil-
lion arms deal with Saudi
Arabia, Rabin said that since
the U.S. is committed to
maintain the balance of mil-
itary power in the Middle
East, it would have to hon-
or that commitment by. sup-
plying greater quantities of
arms to Israel and would
thus become "a moving
fcfce in the Middle East
arms race."
THE PREMIER said that "Is-
rael's policy is to try to per-
suade nations with .whom it has
ties not to sell weapons to na-
tions hostile to Israel" and spe-
cifically, that Israel.would make
every effort to block the Amer-
ican sale of six giant Hercules
C-J30 transports to Egypt.
{Israel's Ambassador to Wash-
ington. Simcha Dinitz, lodged a
strong protest over the project-
ed sale of C-130*. sophisticated
electronic equipment, trucks and
jeeps to Egypt at a meeting
with Undersecretary of State
Joseph J. Sisco.l
Rabin made his remarks in
an address to eighth grade
pupils of the Kibbutz Hameu-
chad High Schools at Kibbutz
Ef A!. He said Israel regarded
the U.S. intention to se'l arms
to Egvpt as most grave and a
cause'of deep anxiety. It was
the second time in a week that
the Premier had publicly ex-
pressed Israel's displeasure
o'er American arms sales to
the Arabs.
ADDRESSING the Knesset,
Rabin said the government
would do all in its power to
persaude the U.S. not to go
through with its massive arms
deal with Saudi Arabia. He
warned that American weapons
sold to that country could easily
find their way to the "confronta-
tion states."
At least ">,000 Saudi Arabian
fooos are reportedly now sta-
tioned in Jordan and a like num-
ber in Syria, presumably armed
with American weapons.
Israeli circles were shocked
by the Ford Administration's
mounting campaign to get Con-
gressional approval of the arms
sales to the Saudis and removal
of the arms embargo against
Egvnt.
The Administration's inten-
tion tp sell six C-130S to Egypt
was mentioned to Rabin by
Ford and Kissinger when Rabin
was in Washington last month.
The projected deal with Saudi
Arabia was not disclosed until
after the Israeli leader's depar-
ture.
CIRCLES here were particu-
larly .disturbed that the U.S.
announcement was made with-
out prior consultation with Is-
rael. The U.S. had pledged to
inform and consult with Israel
before making any major moves,
diplomatically or militarily, in
the Middle East. Morever, it is
believed here that the C-130's
represent,.only ,the first of a
wide variety of military .equip-
ment the U.S. wants to sell to
Egypt.
When Egyptian President .Sa-
dat visited Washington last Oc-
tober, he i? known to have ask-
ed for a variety of weapons sys-
tems, including antiaircraft
misilss, anti-tank missiles and
F-5E jet fighters.
Gen. (Res.) Mordechai Hod,
former commander of the Israel
Air Force, said during the prior
week that the U.S. planned.to
. sell Egypt F-79 jet engines
the same that power American
Phantoms .which the Egyp-
tians, woujd install in their So-
viet-built MIG-21 interceptors.
The U.S. State -Department sub-
sequentlv depied that there was
any intention to sell the Fr79
eneines to Egypt.
HERETOFORE, Israel's arm-
ed forces have benefitted from
the general superiority of U.S.
weapons over their Soviet coun-
terparts in the Arab arsenals.
But this advantage would be
lost, military sources pointed
out if the Egvptians are armed
with V'lerican equipment, al-
1 wing them in effect to enjoy
the best of both Western and
So' iet technology.
Israel would be forced to in-
vest enormous sums and effort
to croate counter-weapons to
(ile Western equipment in Arab
h->nds. Some sources here ques-
tioned whether the latest de-
velopments represented a turn-
ine point in U.S.-Israeli rela-
tions or. at best, a serious ero-
sion in those relations.
Circles here said Israel is
limited in the way it can re-
spond. It can lobbv against the
arms sales to Egypt and Saudi
Arabia in both houses of the
U.S. Congress: it can appeal to
American public opinion over
th<> head of the administration
and it can. especially, call on
American Jewry for support in
this election year.
HOWEVER, political observ-
ers here feel that President
Ford, having won the New
Hampshire primary over his
rival, former Gov. Ronald Rea-
g m of California, and the Massa-
chusetts primary, is now con-
fident of the Republican Presi-
dential nomination.
He has therefore embarked
on a strategy of arming Egypt
to widen the gaD between Cairo
and Moscow.
Reports from Washington said
the Ford Administration has al-
ready informed key members ef
Congress that it seeks to encour-
age Egypt on the path of mod-
eration meaning away from
the Soviet camp by lifting
the arms embargo. __
Mr*. Meir is still immensely
popular with many Israelis, and,
having been in rctirment for
two vears, represents a "new
face." But some Laborites have
expressed astonishment that the
leadership forum was establish-
ed with the conspicuous ab-
sence of former Foreign Minis-
ter Abbs Eban and former De-
fense Minister Moshe Dayan.
Others say, however, that with
Meir "back in action" the party
can hope for new life. "The
party needs a leader, there is
no doubt about that, and it will
not be hard for Golda to fit into
this role." one source observed.
THE QUESTION posed by
many is whether this will be at
the expense of Rabin and whe-
ther it presages the party's shift
away from the "doveish" ten-
dencies of the Rabin govern-
ment toward the hard line in
foreign policy that Mrs. Meir
personified during her tenure
in office some say mtracta-
blv.
The newspaper Haaretz quot-
ed unnamed "top Labor Party
leaders'" as saying that Meir's
comeback "is a hard blow to the
Prime Minister."
Daniel Bloch, political cor-
respondent of the Histadrut
newspaper Davar, wondered
whether there was no possibility
for the Labor Party to revive
itself without summoning one
of its oldest hands out of re-
tirement. "It is something like
calling back an old nanny to
educate the children who never
got used to the young teacher,"
Bloch wrote.
THE FEELING inside and out
of the Labor Party seems to be
that the creation of the leader-
ship forum is a temporary mea-
sure from which Rabin hopes to
gain time to confront the cru-
cial issues that threaten the
party and his government.
Critics maintain it is a palliative
Which, even with Mrs. Meir's
presence.'"will Rave fess political
clout than the former Premier's
famous "kitchen cabinet."
Many observers view the lat-
E6t development as symptomatio
of the leadership vacuum which
must be filled not by Mrs.
Meir. if only because of her ad-
vanced age but by someone
other than Rabin.
In that connection, many po-
litical rundits are beginning to
look with interest at Justice
Minister Haim Zadok who ap-
pears to be rapidly making him-
self an indispensable figure in
the Rabin Cabinet. Zadok, a 63-
vear-old lawyer, was included
in the new leadership forum.
His name is being mentioned
increasingly as a possible suc-
cessor to Rabin, primarily be-
cause the man regarded as
Rabin's chief rival. Defense
Minister Shimon Peres, is too
controversial within the party
for the ton leadership position.
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vJewist) fhrktiain
Friday, March 19, 1976
'
Seek Brake on Sale of Planes
WASHINGTON (JTA)
Members of the National Execu-
tive Committee of the Zionist
Organization of America visited
the Capitol late last week seek-
ing support against the Ford
administration's move to open
a U.& military supply relation-
ship with Egypt- that would be-
Rin with a sale of six C-130
military transport planes.
Congress has a veto power
against military sales totaling
more than $25 million.
THE ZIONISTS* effort to block
the sale, which is widely con-
sidered as the opening of a
broad program of American
arms deliveries to Eevpt. fol-
lowed a weekend meeting of the
committee at the Duoont Plaza
Hotel, where a high U.S. De-
fense Department official said
the American oosition in the
Middle East would be "intol-
erable" without Israel.
Dr. Joseph P. Sternstein,
president of the 120,000-membcr
ZOA, called on the Senate For-
eign Relations and the House
International Relations Commit-
tees to summon Secretary of
State Henry A. Kissinger "im-
mediately" to "determine under
oath the true facts about re-
ports of secret agreements with
the Arab countries."
Senate majority leader Mike
Mansfield (D.-Mont.) suggested
last week that the Senate Com-
mittee inquire into Egyptian
President Anwar Sadat's state-
ment that the U.S. had promised
fliat Israel would not attack
Syria and that the Palestinians
would participate in a Middle
F.isf settlement.
KISSINGER later said the Con-
gress had received all "rele-
vant" agreements related to the
Deny Jews Treated
Fairly in Islam
By MAURICE SAMUELSON
LONDON (JTA) An
English scholar said here that
it was not true that Jews in
Moslem countries had tradi-
tionally been treated liberally.
Under Islam, Jews had been
forced to wear the yellow badge
long before it was introduced
in Christian lands, Dr. Tudor
Parfitt, a London University
lecturer, said.
Dr. Parfitt, who speaks fluent
Hebrew, was speaking at a sym-
posium on Jerusalem in West-
minster Abbey. Other lecturers
were Martin Gilbert, Fellow of
Merton College. Oxford, and
the biographer of Sir Winston
Churchill, and Teddv Kollek.
the Mayor of Jerusalem.
TRACING the growth of the
Jewish population of Jerusalem
in the 19th century, Dr. Parfitt
said that in the first half of the
century, the Ottoman govern-
ment was unable to exercise its
obligation to its subjects. "Ya-
hud".,<-' the Arabic for Jews
was the lowest term of abuse,
and killings and lootings were
common.
While noting that Jews had
dwelt in Jerusalem almost with-
out interruption for 2,000 years,
he rejected the view that Israel
held an exclusively legitimate
right to the city.
Gilbert, whose latest volume
of the Churchill biography cov-
ered the beginning of the Pales-
tine mandate, when Churchill
was colonial secretary, quoted
paners showing that in August,
1919. Prime Minister Lloyd
George had personally over-
turned a cabinet move to trans-
fer the mandate to the United
Stats.
MAYOR KOLLEK was the
concluding speaker in the day-
long symposium which was or-
gim'zed by an interfaith body
called the Rainbow Group. Its
secretary is Canon Peter Schnei-
der, who lectured on Jerusa-
lem's Christian communities.
The symposium was opened
bv the Chief Rabbi of Great
Britain. Dr. Immanuel Jakobo-
vfta, with a Psalm reading in
Hebrew and English. Dr. Ed-
ward Carpenter, dean of West-
minster, and Rabbi Hugo Gryn,
rabbi of the West London Syna-
gogue, presided.
The 100 participants included
Jewish and Christian lay and
spiritual leaders as well as mem-
bers of other faiths. Messages
of suoDort were read out from
the Archbishops of Canterbury
and York, the Roman Catholic
Apostolic delegate to Britain,
and Dr. Geoffrey Wigoder, sec-
retary of a sister Rainbow group
in Jerusalem.
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Sinai accord between Israel and
Egypt. This left open the pos-
sibility of U.S. commitments that
could be defined as not parti-
cularly relevant to the Sinai but
commitments nonetheless.
Meanwhile, U.S. Treasurer
Secretary William Simon left
Cairo after telling Egyptian
leaders that American aid to
Egypt could total S1.8S billion
in fiscal year 1976 and 1977. or
during the 18-month period end-
ing Sept. 30, 1977.
SIMON PRAISED President
Sadat for moving Egypt from
state socialism to an economy
permitting private investment.
But he cautioned, "There must
be a clear signal to the interna-
tional business community"
that it is safe to invest in Egypt.
The House of Representatives
last week appropriated $695
million in economic supporting
assistance for Egypt in its for-
eign aid appropriations bill. The
ten member Senate Appropria-
tions Subcommittee on Govern-
ment Operations does not have
any meeting scheduled yet to
consider the bill.
Edward C. Aldridge, Jr., act-
ing Defense Department Assist-
ant Secretary for Program Ana-
lyses and Valuation, told the
ZOA that "whatever influence
we have in the Middle East is
ciue to our strength."
LATER, responding to a ques-
tion, Aldridge said: "if Israel
were not there, the situation in
the Middl? East would be intol-
erable. There would bu a great
chance of war.
"Israel m-ovides the ncas-
sary stability in the Middle
East, and that is what we are
hoping for to avoid a con-
frontation (between the U.S. and
the Soviet Union) in the Middle
East."
lacoues Torczynar. a past
president of the ZOA, and a ;
membr of the World Zionist
Organization Executive, urged j
sunnort by American Jews of
the amall Jewish comm-mities
in Europe that he said were
threatened with extinction.
HE SUGGESTED young Euro-
pean Jews be invited to the U.S.
to meet the American people.
"We resDect the centrality of
Israel," Torczyner said, "but we
must not forget the construc-
tive power of the Jewish com-
munity in the United States."
He added that the Europeans
"look to us for guidance" and i
for educational and information- I
al material*. "It cannot a'l come I
from Israel." he said. "It must
comp fro-" here."
FIRST' IN HISTORY
Confirm Tanker
Has Reached Israel
Via Suez Canal
JERUSALEM (JTA) An official spokesman
confirmed here that an oil tanker had reached Israel
via the Suez Canal, the first to do so since the Jewish
State was established. The confirmation followed a news
report that a tanker carrying 20,000 tons of crude oil
from Iran to Israel had passed through the canal en
route to Haifa.
UNDER THE terms of the Israel Egypt interim
agreement signed last September, Egypt undertook that
"non-military cargoes" to or from Israel "shall be per-
mitted" through the Suez Canal. It was specifically un-
derstood at the time that this was to include oil.
In the Knesset, Defense Minister Shimon Peres
noted that Egypt was not complying with another provi-
sion of the agreement (in the protocol attached to it)
by reiusing to allow UNEF boats to patrol the Gulf of
Suez. He said UNEF Commander Ensio Siilasvuo was
attempting to straighten the matter out with the Egyp-
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CJA-IEF MOBILIZATION THROUGH APRIL 28
Six Weeks of Federation Campaign Events Begin With "You Make The Difference"
Federation* MERCANTILE DIVI-
SKIN annual meeting and dinner in
April 1 at the Miami Springs Villa*. Re-
serve now through Mr. Barasrh at
.S76-I000. Leading merchants and man-
ufacluren preparing for the event are
Dinner Chairman Gerald Nathanson
(scntcd. left). President of Jefferson
Stores, Division Co-Chairman Daniel
Lineove (seated, right). President of
Riehard*, and (standing, left to right)
Apparel Croup Co-Chairmen Ron Ben-
jamin of Jordan Mann. Robert Colby
of Richard*, and Seymour Srhulncr of
J. Byron*, led by Apparel Croup Chair-
man Jon Serbin of Serbin Fashion*.
Supporting CJ \-IFF ;.i SEACOAST TOWERS SOUTH, re*
dent* gathered la*t week led by (Heated, left to right) Mr*.
Shirley Eiscnbcrg and Mrs. Bin Essen and (standing, left to
right) Mm. Edwin S. Schweig: Co Chairman Edwin S.
Schwcig; Chairman Samuel ko*mnn: and Co-Chainnan Be
Es*cn.
SEASONS SOUTH resident* gathered
to honor Samuel Luskin (right) for hi*
dedieation to Jewish *iirvival. The
building'. CAJ-IEF effort i* led by
Chairman Sam Roscnhloiim (
fVW
tmrmmi
Residents of SURFS1DE TOWERS gathered for CJA-IEF
and to honor Dave Sehle*inge- (renter). The building cam-
pai-ini* led by Chairman llarnld Kurlan (left) and (^-Chair-
man Alan Freidaoa (right).
mesoujb.
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The a. live eampaign at North Miami Beach* MAR-LFJN GARDENS is led by
Chairman William Doros (left). Other building leaden heading the succcss-
ful CJA-IEF breakfast last week included (left to right) Jaefc ConrooL Rob-
ert Kaufman, and entertainer Julius Boynnkv.
^A
-GUARDIANS" of the Women's Division gathered at the Palm Bay Club last
week, hosted by Mrs. Robert Russell (*landing, right). Guests included (seat-
ed, left to right) Mrs. Mollie Kaufman and "Guardians" Co-Chairman Mrs.
Marion Blum, along with (standing, left to right) Mrs. Daniel Neal Heller,
Women's Division Campaign Viee President Mr*. Sol Goldstein, gnest speak-
er Elaine Siri* Winik of national UJA Women* Division, and -Guardians"
Chairman Mrs. RnsselL
.ttornev BenTSen (Bf~ St^S^^
It ftTTAN TOWERS, -ather ng to support the ll.tUJA i".
bam Dubin, honorees of the day Mr. and Htb. '>
...ml Chairman Emannel Sarnofl a*ar ^^l
Attorney Ben Essen will speak Sunday,
Marrh 21. to a gathering of residents at
the TOWERS OF KEY BISCAY1NE. In-
formation on the 12:00 noon brunch u
available through Mr. Bendheim at the
Federation.
At Bay Harbor's LONCWOOD TOWERS last week, guert
11 ."* i Harry Rosen (left) and Antrim* Chairman Cole-
man Andelman helped honor Cochairman Helen Radwin
(renter) at a guthcring of resident*, for the Federation cam-
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Mr. Kaplan at Federation. Now planning the concert and program are (seat-
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Chairman Samuel G. Freed, along with (standing.lefl to right) JosephOkno,
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An Important Letter About Jon Square That
pHE NEW York Times gets thousands of letters ?%i&IRB^
and can't print them all.
The paper got one recently which I wish it
would print. Whether it'll happen or not I don't
know at this sitting, but you should have the con-
tents of this letter, for it is a gem.
IT WAS written by one of the nation's most ef-
fective rabbis, Dr. Joshua Haberman, of Washing-
ton Hebrew Congregation. Rabbi Haberman took
issue with a Times editorial which snorted that the
idea of naming the area near the Isaiah Wall of
the UN "Zion Square" was "inane" and "uncon-
scionable."
The City Council of New York has been ponder-
ing the idea of renaming the area as a retort to
the shameful UN resolution about Zionism.
Oiijmmci C5il\
ver
Wrote Dr. Haberman: "It so happens that the
quotation inscribed on the UN wall, 'Nation shall
not lift up sword against nation neither shall they
learn war any more,' is immediately preceded, in
its original Biblical setting, by a reference to Zion,
the spiritual cradle of humanity's ideal of univer-
sal justice and peace: 'For out of Zion shall go forth
Outfit to be Published
6 law and the word of the Lord from Jerusalem.'
"THE ANCIENT prophet envisaged a peace
founded, not oh political horse trading and the so-
called balance of power, but rather upon reverence
for law rooted in religious faith. This is the heart
cf religious Zionism such as the Bible proclaimed.
It is entirely fitting that an area adjacent to the
UN be named Zion Square since the ideal of in-
ternational peace and justice passed into our civil-
ization by way of Zion.
"The New York City Council should be com-
mended for an action which reminds all of us, and
hopefully also the delegates to the UN, that the
highest purpose of the UN. the attainment of in-
ternational peace, is part of the spiritual legacy
of Zion."
. M'l
WMi !
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Carl
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May They AH Be
Remembered for Good
Haifa
'TWERE IS a bit of desire for eternity in all
of us. The artist, the musician, the poet
seek such perpetuation of self through their
creative arts. The composer finds satisfaction
in the thought that his name will be attached
to a composition that may be performed a
hundred years or a thousand years hence.
Is not the marble tombstone a manifesta-
tion of that desire for the name to live on,
for as long as stone will last?
WE SOMETIMES jest about the plaques
and memorials that abound in our institutions
tributes to those whose generosity has made
possible the establishment of worthy institu-
tions serving Jewish life. Yet the desire for
immortality in thi* form is not unique to our
times. Almost every major archeological ex-
cavation in Israel uncovers parallels to the
plaques of our own day.
Visitors to tae ancient synagogue at Kfar
Nahum (Capernaum) can still see the marble
pillar, inscribed in Greek, which lists the
names of the donor, and his son, "who erected
this column."
And in another corner of the ruins: "Hal-
phayi, son of Zabida, son of Yohanan, made
this column; may blessings be his." Almost
two millennia later we gaze at the inscription.
Halphayi's immortality still endures, even in
the ruin.
AT THE old fourth century synagogue at
El Hamme are four inscriptions mentioning
the names of the wealthy donors who came
from all parts of the Galilee.
At Ein-Gedi the mosaic pavement records
its timeless message: "Remembered for good
be Jose, Iron and Hezekia, the sons of Halfi
. the great stairs they made for the sake of
the Merciful one; Peace."
Fund-raising dinners appear to have been
common in those days too, and tribute was
paid to those who paid their pledges. At Khir-
bet Susiya, south of Hebron, was another
mosaic pavement, now in the Rockefeller Mu-
seum in Jerusalem. The text, still clearly
legible after more than a thousand years:
"Remembered for good be the sanctity of my
master, Reb Isai the priest, the honorable
rabbi, who made this mosaic and plastered
the synagogue walls which was pledged
at a feast of Rabbi Yohanan the priest, the
scribe, the rabbi, his son. Peace on Israel."
The Second in a Projected
Three Volume Series Appears
*C^ns
isan
r"**ff
'"THE SECOND in the projected three-volume
series, "The Sacred Land." by Zev Vilnay.
is 'Legends of Judea and Samaria" (Jewish
Publication Society, S7.50).
Followjnj the format of "Legends of Jeru-
salem" (1973). which was immensly popular,
this volume draws upon stories found in clas-
sical Hebrew literature: the Mishnah, Mid-
rash and Talmud; as well as chronicles from
n-.edieval pilgrims and tales from Arabic tra-
dition.
The origin of each legend is listed in de-
tail. This is an excellent compilation of mate-
rial for both scholarly and pleasure reading.
ANOTHER recent JPS publication is Mar-
cjs Arkin's "Aspects of Jewish Economic His-
tory" (S5.95). Arkin surveys the economics
of Jewish survival from farming in Biblical
times to the money-lenders of the Middle Ages
to modern Israel's economic rebirth.
Arkin's study is by no means complete.
For instance, Arkin who is director-general
of the South Africa Zionist Federation, has
prepared a chapter dealing with the Jewish
impact on South African economic develop-
ment. However, the American Jewish eco-
nomic enterprise consists of a mere five and
one half pages.
ARKIN DOES elaborate upon specific is-
sues and individuals. He discusses the con-
troversial characters of Shakespeare, Mar-
lowe and others in an interesting chapter. In
another^,he turns attention to the economic
theories of Sotnbart and Marx. The author
also handles the rise of the great Jewish
banking and loan firms in Europe.
There is an annotated bibliography for
further research into the history of Jewish
economics. For as Arkin himself points out,
this book presents only selected aspects.
A VBRY scholarly, well-written and high-
ly readable history reissued by the JPS in
honor of the Bicentennial is "The History of
the Jews of Philadelphia from Colonial Times
to the Age of Jackson," by Edwin Wolf II
and Maxwell Whiteman ($8.50).
This is not just a local history, it is a his-
tory of the beginning of Judaism in America.
The families who came to Philadelphia the
Gratzes, the Levys, the Salomons, the Seixases,
the Josephsons were the nucleus of the
.establishment of Jews as important members
of the American community.
Another work which the JPS is promot-
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cultural and political life of American Jewry
from 1761-1845.
ENTITLED "Beginnings: Early American
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reader with reproductions of rare original
pamphlets which were firsts: the first Jewish
sermon printed in Americas the first, piece-of
American Jewish journalism; protest meet-
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The Jewish Publication Society deserves
a round of applause for the wonderful serv-
ice they, perform, in providing American Jewry
with a publishing house which promotes qual-
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Another
Setback For
The Jobless
AS THE $6.2 billion measure to relieve unemployment heads
back to the planning board, thanks to the Senate's failure
to override another of President Ford's vetoes, the crisis over
joblessness, especially in the cities and among minority group
people, shapes up as perhaps the most important of all elec-
tion year issues.
In his State of the Union message, Mr. Ford voiced the
hope that even though unemployment was apt to continue at
a rate of 7.7 percent for a while, he saw better times ahead.
IN REPLY, Sen. Edmund S. Muskie was highly critical of
what he called the Administration's "penny-wise and pound-
foolish'' economic plans and deplored continuance of a pro-
gram in which our factories are producing only 75 percent
as many goods as they actually could, leaving us saddled with
fewer jobs and higher prices.
In the same season, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy opined that
"the recession may be over for the major oil,companies and
for the big corporations, but it is not over for unemployed
factory workers."
THE FACTS won't go away, election or no election. Every
time unemployment moves up one percentage point, that's
another million people (and especially young people) sidelined
with no jobs. One recent study shows that, at one time or
another during 174, more than 18 million Americans were
unemployed.
Spokesmen for the Urban League and the National As-
sociation for the Advancement of Colored People insist that
hidden unemployment"that huge pool of discouraged work-
ers weary of drawing piecemeal assignmentsbrings the actual
figure of unemployed whites up to 13.6 percent and unemployed
blacks up to 25.5 percent.
We had this fight in Vietnam on our hands not long ago
remember? Unemployment among returned Vietnam veterans
is 22 percent.
mJrieLAP?EJegntS f the Jev'ish community, where
.emones of joblessness in the era of heavv immigration to
^,,yn';l.StateS and desPair abo'- lack of work n the
nuddto 1930's remain green, there is a special concern about
'anon IT111 *"" T^ the rapid CS of world in-
mooerns ^'^ rCeSS10n' labeIed as "stagflation" by
\arJwiri l Wrk; thC CUrSe 0f high oil Prices- achieved
lews a-e mfndf >nT'PMa!,10n' a" "peCially bi,ter faor.
e. 4.e piwdfi also of destruction of morale visiting fami-
lies, hit hard by. joblessness.
ANDEVER in the wings there is the shadow of heightened
mtergroup tensions, backbiting among ethnic, racial and reH
gmus groups when the jobs are fewer and the price of gro-
ceries and housing higher. 8
Not quite a. year ago, the elected Congressmen and Con-
gesswomen were beaten down on the all-important job issue
b> a President who was not elected by the people. Mr. Ford
nKj0bsPr ""in8 fr expenditure of S5 billion to
- bad idea, the President opined, inasmuch as
^ a h nUCh mflati0n when you keeP P""'"!? People
'*? aU" an CVil WOrst ,han what the Presi-
dent considers a v,able rate of joblessness. Now the Presi-
dsnt has won a similar victory via veto.
LN VIEW of the facts that we now pay some $8,000 in
unemployment compensation, food stamps and medical aid
to each person out of a job, and in view of the maddening
15oS>0thatHSaddleS us with a seemingly endless cyde of
1^.000000 and more persons locked into welfare through two
"d,ref, orations, the more bull-headed among us find
it difficult to accept the reasoning of the President and his
economic advisors.
We turn hopefully to efforts to revive and get on the
books the Humphrey-Hawkins bill. This proposal would pro-
vwe ovary American with at least the right to a job en-
forceable by the courts. Under the plan, Uncle Sam would
serve as employer of last resort.

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Sadat Breaks 15-Year Treaty With Soviets
I
2
0 Egypt's President
r Sadat Monday requested
received from Parliament
wer to scrap this nation's
r-long treaty of friend-
with Moscow.
dat said that the treaty was
cancelled because MOS-
COW is "playing a cat ,'ind mouse
Hune with me."
rhe bone of contention is the
$4-billion-plus that Egypt owes
to the Soviet Union for arms
purchases. Without payment,
Matcow has refused to send
new arms.
Sadat attacked not only the
Soviet Union's refusal to re-
dule payments, but for de-
ing immediate payment of
st on principal.
Sadat declared that "The So-
viets men sent me a letter ask-
for 22.1 million rubles
.8 million) in arrears im-
iatelv following the Yom
ur War.
"hey are putting economic
Insure and military pressure
e unless I go to them beg-
on my knees," he told the
iament. "But I shall never
n my knees."
ir -Cr it
Plan to Eliminate Israel
UNITED NATIONS The
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion has disclosed its plan to
eliminate the State of Israel by
ABEnvhelminK it demographical-
According to Zehdi Labib
the PLO observer at the
i all that ii required is the
rn of Palestinian refugees
'the homes and property they
in 1948 and 1949, a right
eh Terzi claims is inherent
UN resolutions.
That return would alter the
ographic balance in Israel
such an extent that it would
troy its..(Israel's) Zionist ex-
sionist character," Terzi said,
ice back in their homes, the
lestinians would "exercise
ir inalienable right to self-
termination, national inde-
jfcndence and sovereignty," he
aid.
Terzi unveiled the PLO's
Strategy in an appearance be-
fore the Committee on the Exer-
cise of the Inalienable Rights of
Palestinian People which
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Assembly last fall over the ob-
jections of the U.S. and Israel.
Israel said it does not recog-
nize the committee and will not
be bound by any recommenda-
tions it may produce. Of the 20
member nations, only two have
diplomatic relations with Israel,
ft it -to
Oil Pipeline
JERUSALEM Rumania will
cease using the Eilat-Ashkelon
oil pipeline to transport crude
oil from the Persian Gulf en
route to Rumania. Pipeline of-
ficials Mar. 11 confirmed a re-
port to this effect from Egypt.
They said Rumania was a large
customer of the pipeline, but
withdrawal of its business
would not be a knockout blow.
The officials conceded that
the pipeline was not currently
making a profit but said it was
due to the general recesion in
the oil transport industry which
was hitting at the tanker trade
too.
Some consternation was ex-
pressed when the original re-
port came from Egypt citing
Arab boycott officials there who
said Rumania's move was taken
"to consolidate relations with
Arab states." Some Israeli of-
ficials spoke sorrowfully of Ru-
mania "kowtowing to the boy-
cott."
ft ft ft
Jewish History Preserved
AMSTERDAMThe Province
of Groningen in northeastern
Holland has undertaken to pre-
serve the history of the Jewish
communities that resided there
before World War II whose
archives were destroyed during
the Nazi occupation. The pro-
vincial authorities announced
thceV they would register all
gravestones in the Jewish ceme-
teries in Groningen and record
the inscriptions on each in book
form.
The gravestones are virtually
the only surviving record of the
several thousand Jews who-
lived in Groningen city and.
various provincial towns and
villages before the war. The
majority of them were deported,
by the Nazis. The survivors
moved to other parts of Holland
or settled in Israel and other
countries. There are presently
only two Jewish congregations
in the province and most of the
cemeteries are no longer in use.
ft ft ft
Spanish-Israel Relations
MADRID King Juan Carlos
I has announced the move by
his government to establish
diplomatic relations with Israel,
as well as with the Soviet Union.
The announcement has en-
couraged strong opposition
among Arab nations and the
demand to halt such negotia-
tions. It has been pointed out
here that Spain is heavily de-
pendent upon the Arabs for oil.
Under the leadership of the
late Generalissimo Francisco
Franco, Spain for 28 years re-
fused to recognize Israel.
Spokesmen for King Juan
Carlos emphasized that normal-
ization of relations with Israel
will not necessarily mean that
U.S. bases in Snain will be per-
mitted to resupDly Israel in the
event of a new Middle East war.
ft ft ft
New Belt Tightening
JERUSALEM Israelis are
in for more belt-tightening.
The government this week an-
nounced another 2 percent de-
valuation in the Israeli pound
the eighth since the launch-
ing of its "creeping devalua-
tion" policy in June, 1975.
This means that the prices of
such basics as food, fuel and
transporation will rise by some
26 percent.
Increases also include in-
creases of 20 percent in the
State Dep't. Airs
Leak of 'Secrets'
Continued from Page 1-A
diplomacy, met with Kissinger
perhaps once or twice for about
30 minutes and spoke with
others in the Department, but
he would not name them.
He said he would look into
precisely how many times and
for how long Kissinger actually
met with Sheehan.
Reporters sought to determine
why Kissinger was outraged at
leaks in Congress of secret pa-
pers and charged the results
represented "McCarthyism," but
when material reaches the pub-
lic which, is "self-serving" in-,
sofar as Kissinger is concerned
the Department won't discuss
the subject in detail.
FUNSETH replied that "We
won't take disciplinary action
until we believe it is merited."
He said that insofar as Sheehan
was briefed on classified infor-
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tion." He said "the Secretary
was aware of it and certainly
not opposed" to providing Shee-
han with information on a back-
ground basis, a factor that Fun- .
seth noted is frequently done.
Asked who will determine |
disciplinary action if the Secre- ;
tary is involved, Funseth said |
"his superior the President
of the United States." But Fun-
seth indicated Kissinger was not
implicated in revealing secret
materials.
Punseth said, "We respect the
confidentiality of diplomatic
conversations and that remains
our firm policy."
WHEN HE was.asked whether
the probe extended to the Na-
tional Security Council, the Cen-
tral Intelligence Agencies and
Embassies in Washington, Fun-
seth said "My understanding is
we are concerned with what
happened in this building."
It was recalled that twice in
the past year Ford took the
extraordinary action of direct-
ing the State Department pub-
licly to rebuke Israel for the
reported- leaking in the Israeli \
tnedia of U.S>lEraeli discus-
sions. v
1 In the Sheehan" article more
than a score of extracts of
transcribed materials involving
Arabs and Israelis were pub-
lished in which Kissinger's di-
plomatic skills are demonstrat-
ed.
cost of poultry and 22 percent
for beef.
According to government sta-
tistics released here Sunday,
gasoline went up 14.5 percent,
home heating oil 13 percent and
cooking gas 12 percent.
The government has an-
nounced a new 25 percent rise
in public transportation within
the week.
Some 20,000 government
workers went on strike Sunday
to protest.
ft ft ft
New JWV Executive
WASHINGTON Mitchell
Guttenplan has been appointed
Assistant National Executive
Director of the Jewish War Vet-
erans of the U.S.A., according
to Judge Paul Ribner, national
JWV commander.
Guttennlan replaces Lt. Col.
Ben Chasin. who retired Jan. 1.
A native New Yorker, Gutten-
nlan was graduated from Bran-
deis University's third graduat-
ing class in 1954. From 1954-
1955, he attended Hebrew Union
College in Cincinnati.
During his service in the US
Navy, he was stationed at Bain-
bridge, Md:; Norfolk, Va. (at the
Headquarters of the 5th Naval
District), where he was Assist-
ant to the Jewish Chaplain; and
concluded his tour of duty
aboard the troop transport
U.S.S. Chilton A.P.A. 38.
Guttenplan began his Jewish
communal service career in
1951 at the Norfolk Jewish Com-
munity Center as program as-
sistant.
ft ft ft
Festive Convocation
CINCINNATI A national
Festive Convocation marking
the centennial of Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Re-
ligion will be held here the
weekend of Mar. 26 to 28 fea-
turing special religious services,
faculty lectures, a banquet and
various social and educational
functions.
Edward H. Levi, Attorney
General of the United States,
and honorary chairman of the
HUC-JTR centennial, w9ll de-
liver the keynote address at the
Saturday evening banquet at
the Netherland Hilton. Levi will
be introduced by Sen. Robert A.
Taft. a Cincinnatian whose fami-
ly has been associated with
Hebrew Union College for sev-
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For CJAIEF
Continued from Page 1-A
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Union with an easing of Mos-
cow's emigration policies.
Former Gov. Ronald Reagan,
of California, campaigning for
the Republican nomination
against Ford, took an equivocal
position when he was asked on
the NBC-TV "Meet the Press"
program, if he supported "using
pressure such as Sen. Jackson's
measure to make economic co-
operation with the Soviet Union
contingent upon them liberal-
izing their emigration laws."
ACCORDING to a transcript
obtained by the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency, Reagan said:
"Oh, I think whether that par-
ticular specific is one or not, I
think we should well, that is
that I criticized about detente.
It has been a one-way street.
We are making the concessions,
we are giving them (the Rus-
sians) the things they want.
"We -j'ced nothing in return.
In fact, we give them things
before we ask for the return.
I think it has to be a two-way
street and depending on the im-
portance of what it is they ask,
I think that should measure the
importance of what it is they
ask. I think that we should
measure the importance of
what we ask in return."
BUT REAGAN said specifical-
ly that he did not favor Jack-
son's proposal to use "food pow-
er" meaning grain sales to
the USSR to get Moscow to
comolv with American wishes.
"Selling gives us the advant-
age. We can't just stubbornly
say we won't sell," the conserva-
tive Republican told "Meet the
Press."
In that respect, Reagan's view
seemed to parallel that of Presi-
dent Pbrd nnd Secretary of
State Hen'" A. Kissinger who
have been -trongly critical of
t;.^ Jackson-Vanik Amendment.
UDALL'S assessment of the
power of the Jewish vote in New
York was confirmed by experts
here w'io told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency that New York
state has "',110,000 registered
voters of which, at the most, 25
percent are Jewish in a normal
election year.
However, according to the
experts, in the upcoming presi-
dential mi.-'bri s in New York
City, they said, the Jewish vote
may go as hi::!' as 15 to 50 per-
cent of the total.
"Jewish voters are very civic-
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the polls," n congressional
source from Now York observ-
ed.
Prayer Meeting on Mount
Broken Up by Police
JERUSALEM (JTA) Je-
rusalem police this week pre-
vented an intended prayer meet-
ing by a group of rightists led
by Herat City Councilmen Ger-
shon Solomon and Rabbi Louis
Rabinowitz.
The attempt was the first
since a local magistrate held in
January that the government's
order forbidding Jews from
praying on the mount is illegal.
THE MAGISTRATE'S ruling
has been appealed by the state
attorney to a higher instance
and legal circles expect it to be
reversed.
Under a status quo in force
since 1967, the police, on gov-
ernment orders, have prevented
Jewish nrayers on the mount.
(These are anyway forbidden to
religions Jews on Halachic
grounds. Most of the would-be
worshinner religious, but rather rightist
nationalists.)
The capital's Police Chief
David Kraus told the would-be
worshippers he thought their
prayers might trigger a breach
of the peace and would there-
fore prevent them by all means.
Riot police stood by, but they
were not needed because the
worshippers dispersed quietly.
COUNCILMAN Solomon
pledged, however, that he and
his group would make further
prayer attempts and Police
Chief Kraus pledged that these,
too, would be prevented.
A number of Arab youth
stood by watching the scene.
Some took up sticks and stones
in preparation for a fight, but
they appeared to be restrained
by elderly Moslems in the area
and the episode passed without
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propositions presents lies
b fact.-, in .-. that Calla-
way pn-;i'i:. i --n in his teni-
HHry far
^Bce that the charges
Igainst l'a. si |,e super-
Bv report d as "a Mega-
Test he take legs! action
ny number of reasons
nginR from defamation of
character i nt-ionting to the
^Mhmint :f his income-
earning i in .s. 'N e ve r
tind, he continues on his
$42,500 im.....l sal iry until he
t vindican : Docs he give any
of it back if he : not?)
^B in poini in the .nat-
ter of th ness the
public trust, the public right to
know there is no equivalent
protection against illicit lan-
guag flamboyance and down-
right mendacity that can hurt
us as much as unfounded alle-
gations would hurt Callaway or
anyone else.
iiK THING that worries me
is that no one seems to think
this mi; ortant enough to be a
politic, i issue.
Foi mys if, [ a n tired of
presidi ntial candidate talk
about balanced budgets, taxes,
the military, unemployment, in-
flation, social security, the So-
viet Union, the Middle East.
It is not that these are not
important issues. Of course,
they are. But they generate a
helpless hurricane of lies. They
are a convenient stage upon
which candidates can posture,
blow huge winds, say gran-
diloquent things to which they
can never be held, and in gen-
eral masquerade as Machiavel-
lis.
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(D.-M.mt.) called for a Senate
investi'ition into claims by
Egyptian President Sadat that
he has "secret agreements"
with the United States that Is-
rael would not attack Syria and
that the Palestinians would
participate in a Middle East set-
tlement.
Sadat made his claims in a
news conference on Feb. 29 in
Kuwait, but it was not known
here until his remarks were
published in Egyptian newspa-
pers on Mar. 2. The "secret
agreements," Sadat said, were
in connection with the Sinai
accord signed last September
between Egypt and Israel
MAXSFIELD said when asked
abor.: the Sadat statement, "I
am miing that the (Senate
Foreign Relations) committee
staff baa already been instruct-
ed to make appropriate in-
quiries at the State Department
and that some information will
be forthcoming shortly. We
wor? told there were no secret
sere intents."
The committee of which
Mansfield is a member had
hesitate..! to approve the Sinai
agreement that involved the
stationing of American civilians
in the Sin.-.i between Egyptian
and Israel lines until Secretary
of State Henry A. Kissinger on
Oct. 2 presented assurances to
the Senators from President
Ford that the committtee had
been told all secret understand-
ings. These assurances were
given the committee behind
closed doors.
AFTERWARDS, Kissinger and
Sen. Frank Church (D.-Idaho)
told reporters that Kissinger
had informed the committee of
all the commitments made by
the U.S. that are regarded as
binding in character by the
Administration. Four written
agreements were subsequently
published by the, committee.
At the State Department, fol-
lowing the disclosure of Sa-
dat's news conference, spokes-
man Robert Funseth said that
he was reaffirming that "all
relevant agreements reached in
conjunction with that agree-
ment (on the Sinai) have been
transmitted to the Congress."
He reiterated that "everything
was presented to the Congress."
WHEN Funseth was asked, if
all the relevant agreements
were given to Congress, why
Sadat made such a public de-
claration at this time, he said
the question should go to an
Egyptian spokesman and added,
"We've not withheld any secret
agreements from the Congress."
However, when he was asked
whether Sadat had received
any assurances from President
Ford at their meeting in Au-
stria last June prior to the Si-
nai agreement on the two claims
by Sadat in Kuwait, and whether
this would cause a change in
U.S. policy, Funseth said he
would look into this.
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is the quality of American life.
The quality of American life
has fallen away from frankness
to deviousness, from public
trust to personal exploitation
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN TH4E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADC COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
No. 76-916
IN RE: ESTATE OP
l,i:< SADO.WSKY,
l '. I'lMSfd
NOTIOE'OF ADMINISTRATION
TO Al U PERSONS HAVING
( (.ALMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED
IN SAID ESTATE:
Vi i| ARE I1KI1KKV NOTIFIED
that the administration of the estate
.( l.F.o BAUOW8KY, deeeaaed, File
Numl.-r 76-91*. Il pending In the
Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial
Circuit of Florida In and for Dad*
1 univ. Florida, Probate Division, the
addraaa of vfnu-h is 73 West Flagler
Street Miami. Florida 81110. The per-
al representative Of thi.- -stale II
JEFFREY PHED SA DOM; SKY. whose
add real It 4126 Soeithwent Mth Ave-
nue. Miami. Florida. The Bane and
addreai of the attorney for the perso-
nal representative are wet forth below.
All peraone having claims or de-
mauds against the estate are requir-
ed WITHIN THKEE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
M HLIOATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file with the clerk of the court
written statement of any claim or
di mand they may have Each claim
must '" In writing and must indicate
the basis for the.claim, the name and
address of the creditor or his agent or
attorney, and the amount claimed. If
the claim is not yet due. the date
when it will become due shall be stat-
ed. If the claim is contingent or unli-
quidated, the nature of the uncer-
tainty shall-be slated. If the claim is
secured, the security shall be describ-
ed. Therclalmnnt shall deliver suffi-
cient copies of the claim to the clerk
to enable the clerk to mail one copy
h personal representative
All persons interested in the estate
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired. WITHIN THHBE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUHIjICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
to file any objections they may have,
that challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the qualifications of
the personal representative, or the
venue or Jurisdiction of the court.
First- published on: March 12. 1976.
JEFFREY FRED 6ADOWSKY
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of LEO SADOWSKY
Deceased
DAVID M. GERSTEN
Of Law Offices of
Joseph J.Gernten
lor.e- Spring Garden Road
Miaeai. Florida 33136
ATTORNEYS FOR
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
3/12-19
. NOTICE UrM>ER
FICTITIOUS NA*I LAW
NOTICE'IB HlSltflW OIVHN thst
the-undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the. leotltkms name of
RESTAURANT EL "TftODEOON at
1*327 NW 42 Ave, Opa-liorka. Fla..
intend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ALBERTO 'MAGOI
OHEfiORIO GIL
3/12-19-26 4/2
r8 Across, 10 Down-.
by irv Brechner
lr*THe CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
- PROBATE DIVISION
- File Number'76-1432
Division FRANK B. DOWLINQ
IN R; ESTATE OF
IDA CHS
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AOAINST
THE-ABOVE ESTATE AND.AI.L
OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE:
YOJI- ARE HEREBY "NOTIFIED
that the administration of the estate
of IDA OCHS, deceased, File Num-
ber Ts4l412, is pending in the Circuit
Court ;for Dade County, Florida. Pro-
bate Division, the address, of >-hlch
is 73-\Vest Flagler Street, Miami. Flor-
ida. The personal representative Ot
the estate :1a MOSES J. ORUND-
WBRQj whose address Is Sinn Pine-
tree Drive. Miami Beach, Florida
83140. The name and address of the
personal representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All persons having claims or de-
mands against the estate are requir-
ed, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file with the clerk of the above court
a written statement of any claim or
demand they may have. Each claim
must be in writ ins: and must indicate
the basis for the claim, the name and
address of the creditor or his agent er
attorney, and the amount claimed If
the. claim Is not yet due. the date
when It will become due shall be stat-
ed If the claim In contingent or unli-
quidated, the" nature of the i uncer-
tainty shall be stated. If the claim Is
secured, the security shall he describ-
ed. The claimant shall deliver suffi-
cient copies of the claim to the clerk
to enable the clerk to mall one- copy
to each personal representative.
All persons interested In the estate
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
ministration in h, en mailed are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE-DATE OF THE FIRST
PLULICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
to file any objections they may have
thai challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the qualifications of
the personal representative, or the
venue or Jurisdiction of the court.
ALL CICADAS. DEMANDS, AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE| FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: March 12.
1976.
MOSES J. QRUNDWERG
a Personal Representative of the
state of IDA OCHS, Deceased
1RNEYS FOR
SONAL REPRESENTATIVE-
SIMON, HAYS A QRUNDWERG
60R Alnsley Building
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This puizle may not-be reproduced without the written
permission ol the author and The Jewish Newt.
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEOAL NOTICE
Miami, Florida 3.1132
Telephone: 371-6613
J/12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COUWT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
" PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 75-8131
Division JOHN R. BLANTON
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ANNA DIOKMAN, -a/k/a
ANNA F DICKMAN,
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST .
THE ABOVE'ESTATE AND ALL "
OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED .
IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the administration of the esiate
of ANNA DICKMAN a/k/a ANNA F.
DICKMAN, deceased. File Number
75-K131, Is pending In the Circuit Court
for Dade County, Florida, Probate Oi-
visimi. the address- of which is Dalle
County Courthouse, 73 West Flagler
Street, Miami Florida. The personal
representative of the estate Is 'JA-
COB LEON DICKMAN. whose art-
dress is 7" Buckingham Road. Quiucv.
Massachusetts. The name and address
of the personal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All persons having claims or de-
mands against the estate are requir-
ed, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file with the clerk of the above court
a written statement of arii; claim or
demand they may have Bad) claim
must be in writing aiul must indicate
the basis for the claim, the name and
address of Hie creditor or his agent or
attorney, ami the amount claimed. If
the claim is nut yt due. the date
when It will become due shall be stat-
ed. If the claim is contingent or unli-
quidated, the nature of the uncer-
tainty shall he stated. If the claim II
cured, the security shall be describ-
ed. Tbe -claimant shall deliver suffi-
cient copies of tbe claim to the clerk
to enable the clerk to mail one copy
|0 each personal representative.
All persons Interested In the estate
to hum a copy of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
to file any objections they may have
that challenges the -validity of the
decedent's will, the qualifications of
the personal representative, or the
venue or Jurisdiction of the eourt.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS. AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER. BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: March 12,
1976.
JACOB LEON DICKMAN
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of Anna Diekman a/k/a
Anna F. Diekman. Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
HERBERT SHAPIRO
SHAPIRO, FRIED, WEIL eVSCHEER
407 Lincoln Road Suite I0B
Miami Heaeh, Florida 83139
Telephone: 531-6361
3/12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 76-1393
'Division JOSEPH NESBITT
JACOB L. SCHWARTZ a/k/a
JACK L SCHWARTZ and
JACK SCHWARTZ
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
"l.AI.MS OR DEMANDS AOAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ABB HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the administration of the estate
ofOACOB L SCHWARTZ, deceased.
File Number '76-1393, Is pending- in
the ..Circuit Court for Dade County,
Florida. Probate'Division, the address
of-which Is Dade County Courthouse.
73 West Flagler -Street, Miami. Flor-
ida. The personal representative of the
estate 1s EVELYN SCHWARTZ,
whose address is 5005 Collins Avenue.
Miami Beach. Florida. The name and
address of the personal representa-
tive's attorney are vet forth below.
All persons having claims -or de-
mands furalnst the estate arc requir-
ed, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
Hie with the clerk of the above court
a written statement of any claim or
demand they may have Each claim
must be in writing ami must indicate
the basis for the claim, the name and
address of the creditor or his agent or
attorney, and the amount claimed If
the claim is not vet due. the date
When it will become due shall be stat-
ed If the claim is contingent or unli-
quidated, the .nature of tbe -uncer-
tainty shall be stated. If the claim la
secured, the security shall be describ-
ed. Tbe claimant shall deliver suffi-
cient copies of the claim to the clerk
to enable the clerk to mail one copy
to each personal representative.
All persons interested in tbe estate
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired. WITHIN THREE -MONTHS
FROM THE DATE (IF THE KIltsT
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
to file, any objections they may have
that challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the qualifications of
the iiersonal representative, or the
vi-nii. or jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS, AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Date of the first puhlieation of this
Notice -of Administration: March 12
1976.
EVELYN SCHWARTZ
As Personal Representative of tbe
Estate of JACOB L. SCHWARTZ
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE:
Herbert S. Shapiro
SHAPIRO, FRIED, WEIL ft fJCHEER
407 Lincoln Road, Suite 10-B
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone: (106) 118-6361
3/12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 76-7216
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAifE OP
DEBORAH E ELLIS,
Petitioner,
STANLEY W. ELLIS.
Respondent.
YOU STANLEY W. ELLIS, c/0
Ouay Gray. P. O. Box 906, Corinth,
Ms 88884 ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
TO FILE your written response to
thi- action for dissolution of mar-
riage, with the Clerk of the above
Court and serve a copy upon Peti-
tioners Attorneys. VON ZAMFT ft
SMITH. Suite 850, 11200 South Dixie
Highway, Coral Gables, Florida 33146,
on or before the 16th day of April,
1076 else the Petition for Dissolution
of Marriage will be taken as con-
fess, d
HATED: MAR 4. 1976.
R'f'HARD P. ItRINKF.K
/v: C. P COPBLAND
H. puty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seali
3/12-19-26 4/2
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-7123
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage Of:
MARIO DIMAOLIO,
Petitioner,
and
MAOALY HALLESTAS DI MACLIO.
Respondent,
TO: Magaly Ballestas Di Magllo
Calle 37. No. 40-26
Rarranquilla, Colombia
Yof ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required lo serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any, to It
on ROBERT H BURNS, ESQ., attor-
ney for Petitioner, whose address Is
420 Lincoln Road, Sjilte 450, Mjami
Beach, Florida 33139, and file the orig-
inal with the clerk of the above styl-
ed court on or before April 14, 1976;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded
In the complaini or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
WITNESS ray hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this
lib day of March. 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By L SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ROBERT H. BURN8
IAW OFFIOES-OF BURNS
ft ARNOVITZ
20 Lincoln Road, Suite 450
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
3/12-19-26 4/2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT pod
dade county, florida
probate Division
File Number 76-1424
Division 15
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MORRIS HARRIS
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONA HAVI.Ni;
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS INTEKL'sTI i,
IN THE STATE:
y.u are HEREBY NOTIPffin
that the administration of t|....."
of .morris HARRIS, deceased pi.
Number 76-1424, is pending in th.
Circuit Court for Dade Countv Kl<.
Ida, Probate Division, the addresi ri
Which II 73 West Flagler St...
ami. Florida. The personal r. i
\.s of the estate are NATHAN
ELLIN. GOODMAN SAI.EFSKV -*
HV.MAN P. GALBIJT. whose ad
es are 753 Michigan Ave. Mual
Reach, Fla., 401 Roth Street, Mjanl
Beach. Fla., and eMOJtoyal Palm Ave
Miami Beach. Fla. The name ar.j
address of the personal represents*
lives' attorney arc set forth below.
All persons having claims or d(.
nuinds against the estate ar. reonlr.
ed. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF Till: |-|) -T
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. t0
file with the clerk of the above court
a written statement of any claim cr
demand they may have. Each claim
must be in writing and must Indicate
the basis for the claim, the name ar.a
address of the creditor or his eg, nl rr
attorney, and the amount claimed if
Ihe claim la not yet due. the date
when It will become due shall bi -i.,t.
id. If the claim Is contingent oi unli-
quidated, the nature of tht uncer-
talnty shall be stated. If the i
secured, the security shall be d< i.
ed. The claimant shall deliver 'utfi.
clenl copies of the claim to the clerk
to enable the clerk to mail cue copy
to each personal representativ.
All persons interested in tin estate
to whom a copy of this Notice ministration has been mail, d are r.
quired, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THK I IRCT
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
to file any objections they may have
that challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the oualrfioatirns of
the iiersonal reoresentatlve. cr Uie
venue or jurisdiction of'the court.
ALL CU\ IMS. DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Date of the first publication of thli
Notice of Administration: March 12.
1976.
(S) GOODMAN SAIJCFSKY
(S) NATHAN ELLIN-
IS) HYMAN P. GALBI'T
As Personal Representatives ol tbe
Estate of MORHI8 HARRIS
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR
PERSONAL REPESENTAT1VES:
HOWARD N OALBIT
7U1 Washington Awe..
Miami Beach. Fla.
Telephone: 672-3100
3JIJ-1I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
: File Number 70-1339
Divieion J. GWYNN PARKER
IN RE: ESTATE OF
BERNARD LEVY
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO AU, PERSONS HAVING
CI.AIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATFJ:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the administration of the estate
of BERNARD LEVY, deceased. File
Number .76-1929, is pending In the
Circuit Court for Dade County. Flor-
ida, Probate Division, the address of
which Is 73 West Planter -Street. Mi-
ami, Florida 3312R. The personal rep.
resentatlve of the estate Is HAROI.D
LEVY, whose address Is 9501 Vance
Place, Silver Spring. Maryland; 209*1.
The name and address of the per-
sonal representative's -attorney are
set forth below.
All persons having claims or de-
mands against the estate are requir-
ed, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS*NOTICE. to
file with the clerk of the-above court
a written statement of any claim or
demand they may have. Each claim
must be In writing and most indicate
tbe basis f address of the creditor or his agent ot
attorney, and the amount claimed. If
the claim is not vet due. the date
a-ben it will become due shall he stat-
ed.'If the claim is contingent or unli-
quidated, the nature of the uncer-
tainly shall be stated. If the claim is
secured, the securitv shall be describ-
ed The claimant shall -deliver suffi-
cient copies of (he claim to the clerk
to'enable the clerk to mail one copy
to each iiersonal representative.
All persons Interested In the estate
-to -whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired. WITHIN THREE MO NT II *
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PITJI.ICATION OF THIS NOTI("E.
\Z ,''wT? obJe<,onB-they may hnve
that challenges the -validity- of the
decedents will, the qualifications of
the personal representative, or the
venue or Jurisdiction of the court
r.iU'L_ri-A,Ms. DEMANDS AND
cir/ST1"'0*8 N,,T SO.FILED WILL
BIO FOREVER BARRED
v^?"" "', '*", flrs' ""oUcatlon of this
Notice of Administration: March 12.
HAROLD LEWY
As Personal Representative of the
Estate ot BERNARD LEVY
,_____ Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR
hR-51'..'?PR KSBNTATIVB:
HENRY Ml WAITZKIN
740 7it street
Miami Beach, Florida 13141
Telephone: 865-0353
3/12-19
IN THB ClWCUrr COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
* PROBATE DIVISION
I File Number M.1139
Divieion
IN RE ESTATE OF
MILDRED HAFT.
Dee.ased
NOTICE .OF ADMINISTRATION
TOAIJ. PERSONS'HAVING
CLAIMS OH DEMANDS AOAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL
CHIEH PERSONS INTERESTED
IN'THE ESTATE:
TOD ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that (he administration of the estate
of MILDRED HAFT, deceased. File
Number 76-HS9; is pendim.- in tbe
Circuit Court for Dade County, Flor-
ida, Probate Division, the address ef
wh|ch is 73 Weat.tfleaier Street. Mi-
ami, Florida 33IS0. The person..) rep-
rfa-nlallve of-the estate Is HENrW
NORTON, whose address is 1261 Bis-
I'.-iync Heildiug. Mtamt-, Florida 33130-
The name and address of tin neree-
nal- representative** 'attorney are set
forth below.
All persons having claims 01 de-
mand*-acninet the estate are requir-
ed, WITHIN -THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS'NOTIfE. to
filer with the clerk of the abov. court
a written statement of any rlalm or
dcmaM they may have. lEach claim
must be*m writing and must indicate
the-basts for the claim, the name and
nddress of the creditor or his agent or
"TlTi and lb* -anuuiui >1~.:.->- ;'
the claim is not \et due, the date
"hen it will become due shall hi Mat-
ed, If the claim is contingent or unli-
quidated, the -nature of (he uncer-
talnty shall be stated If the claim 18 I
secured, lh.eoui4ly shall I" describ-
ed. The claimant shall deliver suffi-
cient copies /if the claim to (he eler*
to enable (he clerk -to mail one '"D7
to each personal representative.
All persons Interested In the estate
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THK DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
to file any object hum. they may have
that challenges the validity of Ihe
decedent's will, the newH/ioatiom of
the personal representative, or tba
venue or jurisdiction ot the court
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS. AND
OBJECTIONS'NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVBR BARRED. .
Date of the first vublicateon of thl
Notice of Administration: March '
1976.
HENRTwanroN
A* Personal Representative ef the
Batata MILDRED HAFT
Deceased
HBNRT NORTON
ATTORNEY FOR _
PERSONAL RHR8E3KKTATIVE:
1J01 Blscayne Building
Miami. Florida 33130
Telephone: 8744-3116 J/]J]f


riday, March 19, 1976
+J*wisti noridiar
Page 15-A
'ressure Rising on Hill to OK Egypt Deal
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) The Administration has
;ided to continue pushing Congress into agreeing that the
Inited States sell six of the huge C-130 military transport
Janes to Egypt' and train Egyptian crews to handle them
It has postponed making any further military support ap-
lications until after the Presidential election in November.
The decision was taken at
le White House, according
reliable reports, where
resident Ford conferred
trith Secretary of State Hen-
A. Kissinger following the
itter's official disclosure
Administration thinking
>ut arms for Egypt to the
House International Rela-
tions Committee.
WITHIN THE Congress itself
and from Israel came reports
of furious reaction to the Ad-
ministration's decision to sup-
ply weapons to Egypt. Israel's
Ambassador Simcha Dinitz, act-
ing on instructions from Jeru-
salem, saw Kissinger Friday to
tell him that Israel opposes any
sale of military supplies to
Egypt, including the C-130's.
Sen. Henry M. Jackson (D.-
Wash.), campaigning in Florida
for the Democratic Presidential
nomination, told audiences there
that "I am against supplying
weapons to Egypt. The Ford-
Kissinger policy of launching a
military supply relationship
with Egypt is cynical and dan-
gerous. It can only increase the
chance of war in the Middle
East and the severity of a new
conflict there."
nd-of-War9 Debate Continues
Continued from Page 1-A
icr than outspoken criticism
of the-end-of-war decision.
^J What worries many people is
it the Rabin cabinet has al-
itself to fall into the same
rical error which cost it so
ty in terms of credibility
of real estate less than a
ago.
iie story of the interim
L-tnent is easily told:
JIN, back in February,
^75, publicly offered Egypt the
es and the oil in return for
"end of belligerency." After
shuttles and much diplo-
stic haggling, President Sadat
t (in effect) the oil and the
ses while Israel had to
ke do with much less than
id of belligerency" (which,
cording to legal experts, is
lonymous with "end of the
te of war").
^Secretary of State Kissinger
Jimed after the interim agree-
pnt was signed that Israel had
}n some "elements of non-
j'.'.i^orency." The Israel gov-
r.-nent at the time tended to
jree and put the best face
ossible on the deal.
This is not. of course, to say
iat the interim agreement was
bad thing. It has yet to be
ested but so far seems to
kave vindicated itself and
Premier Rabin, its most ardent
Advocate in the Israel govern
lent.
SADATS statement in Kuwait
Irag Egypt into a war with Is-
rael is probably the best and
nost convincing vindication of
te interim agreement.
But almost all observers now
^gree that Israel was worsted in
ii negotiating process and
ame off a good deal worse
han Sadat, who said at the out-
er, he wanted the oil and the
basses and finallv achieved
lust that. (He wanted Israel out
kf the passes, not necessarily
Egypt in.)
Pabin, it is now widely per-
ceived, made a grave tactical
I'm** in offering the passes
fcnd the soil most tangible
SnJ finite objects and de-
manding in return the vague
^n.i nebulous concept of "end
belligerency."
WH.\T HAPPENED ir. effect
v it Sadat i-nmediatelv \
I kcted" the oil and the ;
passes and all the subsequent
negotiating centered on the con-
cept of end of belligerency, with
Israel trying to push as much
meaning into it as possible, and
Egypt trying to limit its mean-
ing as much as oossible.
The symmetry, of the negotia-
tion that most vital quality
had been lost by the Israel
premier's opening offer.
Instead of the negotiation be-
ing concerned with two linked
variables Egypt's concession
and Israel's concession it
concerned only one variable
Egypt's concession. Israel's con-
cession the oil and the passes
were, as It were, "taken for
granted" considered as a
fixed proposition rather than as
a second variable lending the
negotiation its essential syme-
try.
THIS WAS because of the
vaguenes and uncertainty of the
concept of "end of belligerency."
It was as though Israel had
offered a finite ob'eet (oil and
passes) and asked in return for
"a lot of monev." obviously, the
subsequent hagsing focused
solely on what was entailed by
"a lot of money."
The very same danger looms
again now, the critics sav. fol-
lowing the revival of "end of
bellig'.'rencv" in the forri of
"end. of the state of war."
GOVERNMENT officials here
counter that the cabinet; aware
of this danger, deliberately
refrained this time from dis-
cussing any territorial details
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"at this stage."
But this is surely naivete, say
the critics. Israel already last
year offered Egypt two-thirds
of Sinai (up to the line defined
by ENArish to Ras Muhammad)
in return for an end of belli-
gerency pact. Egypt refused.
Authoritative Israeli sources
have said this week that offer
still stands, and Sadat most cer-
tainly has not forgotten it.
THE DANGER, then, is rhar
Sadat will again "pocket" the
implied offer concession the
two-thirds of Sinai -" and the
subsequent negotiation will
again focus solely on the Egypt-
ian quid pro quo end-of-war
with Sadat consistently seek-
ing to confine and restrict its
vague and nebulous-meaning to
the minimum possible.
Israel, the critics say now,
has enabled this situation to I
arise by announcing its agree4-'
ment to an end-of-war-prObe
without at the same time an-
nouncing, in the clearest pos-
sible terms', whit it understands
by end-of-war and what it would
t'-.-refore expect to get' from
Egypt under this heading.
Had Israel set out its de- <
mands- ns clearly as it has set
out its implied territorial offer,
the negotiation could proceed .
on a symmetrical bails whi.
each side's concession linked to
the other's in direct proportion.
IF EGYPT rejected, say, half
of the Israeli demands under
"end-ofiwar" then Israel would
halve its own territorial offer.
The Administration's thrust
on Egypt's behalf was followed
up Friday by Undersecretary of
State Joseph J. Sisco in an ap-
pearance before the Senate
Budget Committee.
Mindful of Israel's opposition
and the feeling in Congress on
arming Egypt, Sisco said that
the current consultations by the
Administration wtth the Con-
gress on military equipment for
Egypt was confined to the
transport planes and training of
crews.
"THERE cannot be an over-
all relationship with Egypt with-
out considering this kind of
need," Sisco said. He declared
supplying the C-130's to Egypt
would not affect the balance of
power between Israel and her
Arab neighbors and is "more
political and psychological."
But at the Capitol, the reports
wore that the consultative pro-
cess between the Administra-
tion and Congress could be bet-
ter described as "a declaration
in which the State Department
Torah Recovered from Iraq
Gift to D.C. Synagogue
WASHINGTON (JTA) A Torah rescued from
Iraq was presented here to the Magen David Sephar-
dic Congregation comprising families from Syria, Leba-
non, Iraq, Egypt and other countries of the Middle East
and Mediterranean. The presentation was by Judge Wil-
liam C. Levy, president of the Jewish Community Coun-
cil of Greater Washington, who called for general at-
tendance at synagogue services on Shabbat Zachor as
a Sabbath of concern for Jews in Arab lands. The an-
tique Torah, written on parchment, had been at the
Spanish Portuguese Synagogue in London since its res-
cue from Iraq.
i
informed Congressmen about de-
cisions already made."
That the Administration be-
gan consulting with the Con-
gress last week about the planes
was seen as part of the Admin-
istration's tactics to get the
movement going for su^olies to
Egypt as a counter to action in
the Congress 'o give more sup-
port to Israel than the Adminis-
tration would like to give at this
time:
"It's reasessment all over
a"ain in a new form." a source
said. The presure being exerted
on Congressional supporters of
Israel is that if they wish to
give more help to Israel, then
they also must give more to
Egynt. it was reported.
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Siegman to Detail Inter faith Conference
For South Florida Jewish Leaders
A first-hand report on an
historic meeting last week in
Jerusalem between world lead-
ers of Jewry and the Roman
Catholic Church will be given
in Miami at a noon luncheon
on Tuesday.
Rabbi Henry Sirgman of New
York, execitive vice president
of the Symgogue Council of
America, will detiil the four-
day conference held in Israel at
a meeting of South Flo-i-Ja Jew-
ish leader* in the Westview
Country Club.
Matthew B. Rosenhaus. Miami
Beach religious and business
leader, will host the session at
which Dr. Irving Lehrman, past
mtional president of the Syna-
gogue Council, and Rabbi Sieg-
man will be special guests.
Rabbi Siegman presented a
reassessment of Catholic-Jew-
ish rlations in the decade since
the Vatican Declaration on the
Jews was issued in late 1965
dunne the Jensnbm gathering.
COCHAFRMEN of t he joint
meeting of Catholic and Jewish
Israel Bonds More
Important Today,
Siegel Declares
'19"*5 a year of total mo-
tion." That is the theme
that Robert L. Siegsl, General
Camnaign Chairman of the
Great t Miami Israel Bond Or-
cmization campaign, stressed
h?re at campaign h-idiuarteis.
420 Lincoln Road Mall, Miami
Beach.
Sieg.-l said, "A total Arab of-
fensive, bicked bv a population
of 100 rnill'on and wid .'-ranging
economic and political power,
has been mounted against Is-
rael. This offensive must be met
by a 'total mobilization' of the
entire Jewish world."
HE EMPHASIZED the im-
portance of Israel Bonds in
providing Israel with the eco-
nomic strength to meet the
"threats and dangers of the very
difficult period ahead."
In enumerating the reasons
why Israel Bonds are "more
important in 1976," he stated
that:
U.S. military aid and eco-
nomic security support will not
be of any meaningful help to
Israel's economic development
program;
Israel needs more invest-
ment funds to nrevent an in-
crease of as much as 30 percent
in unemployment;
Israel neads more invest-
ment funds to increase its pro-
duction for evoort without
which Israel will be unable to
reduce its tremendous balance
of Davments deficit;
Israel needs more invest-
ment funis to finance the u--
g mt nrogrnm to solve its energy
probL->is;
Israel needs more invest-
ment funds to make it less vul-
n^rabb to Political and eco-
nomic proessures.
SIEGEL no'"d that "Israel
Bonds ire a vital act of Jewish
solidarity with Israel in its
struggle against the forces seek-
i"n to destroy its freedom and
hopes for peace.
"I call on all men, women
and children in the Greater Mi- .
ami area to show their obliga-
don as Jews by helping provide !
this supoort and solidarity
throuch State of Israel Bonds."
Poet to Address
Labor Zionists
The Labor Zionist Forum will
be held on Tuesday, March 23,
at 1 p.m. at the Washington
Federal auditorium, 1234 Wash-
ington Ave.
The poet Chaim Leib Fox,
who lived and worked in Israel
for many years, will describe
"How We Built Israel." A ques-
tion-and-answer period will fol-
low his talk, and Harry Kaminer
will preside.
Admission is free and there
will be no solicitation.
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leaders was Dr. Joseph H. Look-
stein of New York and Miami
Beach, national president of the
Synagogue Council of America.
Bishoo Torella was Dr. Look-
stein's cochairman.
Father Pierre de Contenson.
executive secretary of the Ro-
man Catholic Commission for
Judaism at the Vatican, said the
"aim of Jewish-Catholic rela-
tions must be coexistence and
cooperation in working for the
dignity of man."
He issued a statement ex-
pressing "profound concern
over the campaign to defame
*'," ^tat? of Israel and the Jew-
ish Peopb and to isolate them
i the international commu-
nity."
!!- said, "present Vatican ties
Israel denote a kind of
recognition. And if formal rec-
osnition with a permanent
chano of diplomatic representa-
tives were instituted, it would
'.me? the rer.litv of thincs
vry much." The Catholic offi-
c'< :! nt:d that, for various rea-
sin?. th" Vatican also does not
have official diplomatic rela-
tioi with Jordan, the United
States or the Soviet Union.
MOSES HORNSTEIN of Holly-
wood and Dr. Lehrman. nation-
al cochairmen of the Society of
Fellows of the Synagogue Coun-
cil, umbrella agency of Conser-
vative. Orthodox and Reform
Judaism in the United Stai s
are working with Rosenhaus in
preparing for Tuesday's lunch-
eon.
Hornstein, a national vice
president of the Synagogue
Council of America, is a chair-
man of the Prim:; Minister's
Club of State of Israel Bonds
for South Broward countv. and
a leader of the Hollywood Jew-
ish Federation. He is a founder
of the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem, Ba<-Ihn University
of Israel and Touro College of
New Yor'K.
Dr. L-hrman said the Society
of F-'llows, the honor organisa-
tion of the SvnTjo'!'!" Co'in"1',
makes possible the long-term fi-
n mi n>' of mqnv of the res 'arch
and educational programs of
t'i' organization.
Reservations fo- \hn lunch-
eon and additional information
a--e available at the offices of
Tjmple Emanu-El.
Coral Gables
Proclaims
ORT Day
Women's American OKI, Dade
South Region, was the recipient
of an ORT Day Proclamation
issued at the City of Coral
Gables Commission Meeting on
March 9 by Mayor Robert
Knight. ORT Day was offi-
cially recognized on March 17.
The proclamation was issued
In recognition of ORT's 96 years
as th- vocational program of
the Jewish people, dedicated to
the building of individuals and
of entire societies through its
worldwide network of vocation-
al education and training in
schools.
Sine:- its inception in 1*?80,
ORT has train 'J over a million
s'udents. 100.000 in Israel alone.
Today's program educates the
n iedy in 22 countries on 5 con-
tinents with an annual enroll-
ment of 7S.0OO, three-quarters
of which are in Israel. Of the
40 membership or'.'inizations
which co-ipris" the World ORT
Urnon. Wom-n's American OUT
is the sinot- lnrerst contributor.
Women's American ORT is a
msss membership organization
of H5.000 from coast to coast,
7,000 resit'ing in Dade County.
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Friday, March 19, 1976
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. State of Israel Bonds Names
* *
New Leadership Area Chairmen
A group of young men and
women from Greater Miami
and South Florida have been
named the first chairmen of the
New Leadership of the State of
Israel Bonds in the Southeast-
ern United States. The an-
nouncement was made at the
Inaugural Conference on Feb.
28 at the Fontainebleau Hotel
in Miami Beach.
The young leaders, who will
create a volunteer corps of
workers throughout the Greater
Miami, Hollywood Hallandale
and Fort Lauderdale-Pompano
Beach areas, were named by
Ronald Krongold, regional chair-
man for Southeastern United
States. They are Arthur Kail,
chairman, South Broward Coun-
ty; Steve Josias, chairman,
North Broward County; Arnold
Laskv, chairman, and Larry
Gotlieb, cochairman. North Mi-
ami Beach; Charles Citrin,
chairman, and Michael Gold-
stein, cochairman, Miami; Ste-
phen Cypen, chairman, Miami
Beach: and Connie Nahmad,
Michelle Krin^man and Ruth
Shere, cochairmen, South Mi-
ami.
KRONGOLD, who met with
more than 60 couples at the
Founding Conference, described
the need to begin new programs
of recruitment, orientation,
structure, programming and
sates. Amone the events plan-
ned are a children's fashion
show, tennis tournament and
Ambassador's reception.
Ilan Cohen, codirector of New
Leadership for the national
State of Israel Bonds, an-
nounced th* N-;w Leadership
Presidents' Invitational Delega-
tion to Israel Tour scheduled
for April 26 to May 6 that will
include meetings with cabinet
ministers.
Kusevitsky Is 'Guest-Cantor
At Beth Torah Congregation
David Kusevitsky will be
guest cantor at Shabbat serv-
ices on Saturday, March 27. at
sky was inuitad to New York,
and he then became cantor of
Temple Emanu-El of Boro Park,
Brooklyn. He has appeared all
over the U.S. and abroad, giving
concerts in Canada, Mexico and
South America. He entertained
the troons in Israel following
the Six-Day War.
Cantor Kusevitsky teaches at
the Cantors Institute at the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary and
at the Herzlia Jewish Teachers
Seminary.
Beth Torah Congregation re-
auests that anyone wishing to
attend the services obtain their
free tickets in advance from the
synagogue's business office.
CANTOR KUSEvTTSKY
8:30 a.m. at Beth Torah Con-
gregation.
Cantor Kusevitsky began his
musical career at age six, when
he. was auditioned at the Ros-
to\j-on-Don conservatory. He
sttuied at the Vilna Conserva-
tor^ and arranged music"for his
brother and other hazzanim at
the same time. He became choir
director at his brother Yaacov's
svnagogu-' in Kremenice, and
lat*r for his brother Simcha's
in kovne.
FOLLOWING his discharge
from tha Polish Army, he
studied in Warsaw and became
head cantor of Rovne. In his
mid-20s he accepted a call to
the Hendon Synagogue in Lon-
don. In 1948 Cantor Kusevit-
Birthday Fete At
Douglas Gardens
Greater Miami Women's Aux-
iliary, Jewish Ho-ne and Hos;ii-
tnl for the Aged, will hold its
monthly bi thday oartv at Doug-
las Gardens on Sunday, March
28, at 2 p.m.
The narty will be hosted by
Mrs. Goldie Bromley, life mem-
ber of the Auxiliary. Shari (Mrs.
I.">w "encsi Silverman. nresident
of the Auxiliary, will extend
(. -...;n brat>na birthdays in March.
M-s. .F-rmcos Mai'ovsky, pro-..
gram chairman, has arranged
for a musical program featuring
th~ song stvlist Pearl Bernett.
The public is invited. Refresh-
ments will be served.
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Temple Israel
Presenting Films
On Sunday morning at 9:45
Temple Israel will present a
film and a discussion of its Jew-
ish significance under the di-
rection of Helene Narot.
"What Man Shall Live and
Not Se Dath?" was a televi-
sion rc-"sentation of Elizabeth
Kubler-Ross's explorations of
recent efforts to change Amer-
lai| art't<"1es toward death and
helo people confront it more
realistically.
Two classic films, "The Go-
lem" -ni "The Dybbuk," will
be shown in April.
*?.
Assuring His Excellency
Yigal Allon (left) of the
continued support of the
Greater Miami iVeiv Lead-
ership Division for the 1976
South Florida Israel Bond
campaign is Stephen Cy-
pen, cochairman of the
New Leadership Division,
at the three-day Interna-
tional Inaugural Confer-
ence.
Torah Scroll
Dedicated At
Talmndic College
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Lebovic
of Toronto and Miami Beach
have dedicated a new Torah
scroll to the Talmudic College
of Florida. The ceremony took
place at Beth Israel Congrega-
tion.
Addresses were given by
Jack Bash, president, and Rabbi
Mordechai Shapiro, spiritual
leader of the Congregation, Rab-
bi Yochanan Zweig, dean of the
Talmudic College, and Rabbi J.
Burstvn, executive director of
the Talmudic College.
Hundreds of men, women,
and children joined in a parade
in the street, walking and dan-
cing along with the Torah, as
it was carried from Beth Israel
Synagogue to the main study
hall of the Talmudic College.
The Talmudic College is a
rabbinical college and graduate
school with a roster of over 50
stud'nts from all parts of the
Umted States, Canada and Is-
rael.
TEACHERS.
ISRAEL NEEDS YOU.
Professionals needed to be
integrated permanently into
hrael'r educational system.
Personalized program. Fi-
nancial assistance available.
Interviews bv Ministry of
Education official in April.
Contact immeliately:
ISRAEL ALIYAH CENTER,
4700 Biscayne Blvd.,
Room 385
Miami, Fla 33137
(305) 573-2556-7
Aged Home Auxiliary
Plans A Meetinq
Th* Women's Auxiliary of the
Miami Reach Hebrew Home for
the Ai^d w"l hold a regular
meet'T on Wr-dn^sdav, March
24, at t>. Delano Hotel at mom.
Sfwriui niH.CT will be awart-
ed, and there will be a snack
luncheon. Mrs. Sara Levin Is.
present.
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Hebrew Academy Women *
Luncheon Chairmen Named
Sheree (Mrs. Howard) Tow-
bin and Selma (Mrs. Samuel)
Blau have been named cochair-
men of the Hebrew Academy
Women's 28th Anniversary
Journal luncheon scheduled for
Wednesday. March 24, at noon
at the Deauville Hotel.
Their acceptances were an-
nounced by Irene (Mrs. Leon-
ard) Adler, president of the
Hebrew Academy Women. All
past presidents of the Hebrew
Academy Women, of the Great-
er Miami Hebrew Academy and
of the Hebrew Academy PTA
will be honored at the lunch-
eon. Reservations may be made
at the Hebrew Academy Wom-
en office.
MODELS in a fashion show
which will highlight the after-
noon are members of the He-
brew Academy Women. Among
them are Gail (Mrs. William)
Gordon, Marion (Mrs, Mortimer
B.) Isaackson. Joan (Mrs. Louis)
Kessler, Evelyn (Mrs. George)
Goldbloom, Mrs. Tow bin, Zan-
aida (Mrs. Moreno) Habif, Shir-
ley (Mrs. Reis) Davis, Lydia
(Mrs. Peter) Goldring, Joan
(Mrs. Norman) Cimont, Shirley
(Mrs. Jack) Kukoff and Mrs.
Bessie Sussman.
Marion (Mrs. Sydney) Myres
is coordinator of the fashion
show, presented by Young So-
phisticates, and Mrs. Henry
Solomon is commentator.
The Hebrew Academy Women
support the scholarship pro-
gram of the Greater Miami He-
brew Academy, a beneficiary
agency of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's CJA-IEF
campaign.
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bi emeritus of Temple Beth
Moshe, will present an original
cantata. "The World of Sholem
Aleichem," at services this eve-
ning at 8.
Based on six Yiddish folk-
songs, the cantata's aim, accord-
ing to Rabbi Gorfinkel, is to
shnw that 'Even though the
world of the shtetl lacked the
h.'eidscopic variety that sci-
ence and technology have given
our world, there was a mood
and atmosphere in the world of
the shtetl that eludes us. It had
the power to lift its people from
confusion of mind to serenity
of spirit, from drabness to sheer
munificence."
The community is invited to
the presentation.
ROUND TOWN
Richard Knee has been ap-
pointed mortgage loan produc-
tion manager of American Sav-
ings and Loan Association of
Florida. The announcement was
maiii by Thomas R. Bomar,
nresi'i?nt of American Savings
and Philip J. Barber, vice presi-
dent and director of mortgage
lending.
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iouthwestern Religious Leader South Dade Hebrew Academy
B;>*(------ ''%; w. Produces a'Milestone'Film
?e Uuest ot rioneer Women
Q)r. Albert Plotkin, one of the
jiii1'. est's foremost religious
|d Zionist leaders, will be the
ist speaker at the April 4 '
nor luncheon of the Pioneer
pmen Council of South Flor-
The luncheon, all of whose
cceds go to the Pioneer
Imen Child Rescue Fund in
ael. is slated for noon at the
auville Hotel.
Irs. Harriet Green, luncheon
lirman and president of the
Ith Florida Zionist Federa-
and of the Pioneer Women
lincil of South Florida, an
fnced the acceptance of Dr. j
kin, rabbi of Temple Beth j
lei in Phoenix for the past
vears. Dr. Plotkin is her
Pier.
MUSICAL program, "Wom-
|of Vision," will salute the
Oeer Women's first 50 years,
organization celebrated its
Jen Jubilee with a conven-
ALBERT PLOTKIN
cmty
sheer
ed to
n ap-
oduc-
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on of
it was
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vir.gs
pre*
rtgage
Area Technion Chapter
*ens Recruitment Campaign
tion in Miami Reach last fall.
The world's largest Jewish
women's organization, it is an
official agency for Youth Aliyah,
the Jewish children's rescue
bodv
Dr. Plotkin has served as gen-
eral chairman of the Phoenix
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund, as chaplain
of the Arizona State Senate and
as president of the Phoenix
Rabbinical Council.
He was elected a member of
the national board of the He-
brew Union College-Jewish In-
stitute of Religion and of the
executive committee of the Cen-
tral Conference of American
Rabbis. In 1972 he won the na-
tional award for brotherhood of
the National Conference of
Christians and Jews. He is a
state board member of the
Arizona Commission on the Hu-
manities and a member of the
national rabbinical advisory
committee for State of Israel
Bonds.
Reservations for the lunch-
eon may be made at the Pioneer
Women Miami Beach offices.
le new American Technion
ty Chapter will announce
"kick-off" of its first mem-
iip recruitment campaign
meeting of the board of di-
irs on Tuesday, March 23,
le Howard Johnson Motor
1041st St and Alton Rd.
The announcement was made
by Murray M. Friedman, presi-
dent, and Mrs. Joan C. Miller,
vice president of membership.
Mrs. Miller stated that "Mem-
beraaip recruitment activity
will bung the important mes-
sage about the Technion-Israel
ite of Technology into
homes in our community."
Ided that the history of
iplishments at the Tech-
reflects the fight for sur-
of the State of Israel.
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board meeting will feature David
Friedlander, assistant to the
president of the Technion for
press relations. He is well quali-
fied to relate the intertwining
story of the Technion and its
role in the survival of Israel.
At the age of IS Friedlander
was a member of the Haganah
and he served with distinction
during Israel's War of Independ-
ence, the Sinai Campaign and
the Six-Day War.
Interested members of the
community are inyited to this
luncheon meeting' and may
make reservations by contact-
ing the Southern Regional of-
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The South Dade Hebrew of Florida offering this competi-
Academy has recently produced tive sport."
a half-hour color and sound- Krwin Marshall, principal.
track film. and Dior Zadok, Hebrew direc-
tor of the school, are planning
to present the film to the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation's
committee on religion, culture
ami education in the near future
and also to the Dade County
Board of Education.
Produced by Abraham Kugel,
the film will be used during
fund-raisins functions, at pre-
enrollment meetings for parents
of prospective students and by
any other public or private
schools that are interested.
The South Dade Hebrew
Academy encompasses nursery
through junior high school and
is a beneficiary agency of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
''This is an important mile-
stone for our school," said Dr.
Melvyn Qreenstein, president of
the seven-year-old academy.
"I'm not sure whether this type
of sound film of a Judaic Eng-
lish ah-day school has ever
been done before, but after pre-
viewing the film, I can say that
it gives an in-depth intimate
view of a day in the life of stu-
dents of an all-day school.
"For example, one can see
the actual give and take within
the classroom between teacher
and student, from pre-school
through junior high. It makes a
difference when the viewer can
hear as well as see classroom
discussions, the chanting of the
prayers, gymnastics on the ath-
letic field and the friendly chat-
ting during lunchtime," Dr.
Greenstein continued.
"We even show a fencing
match between two of our
eiRhth-grade students. This is
something new being taught in
our junior high department, and
I believe we are the only school,
public or private, in the state
Poetry for Pleasure
Arnold Kleiner conducts
Poetry for Pleasure class each
Tuesay from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in
Room 121 at the Ida Fisher
School.
If you read write, perform or
just like to listen you are wel-
come. Admission is free.
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Honors Famous Jewish-American Patriots
SOEMON BUSH c. 1745-c. 1796
Colonel in the Continental Army
Colonel Solomon Bush reached the
highest rank of all Jewish officers in
the Continental Armv. His first duty
in the War of Independence was
Deputy Adjutant General of the Pennsylvania
State Militia. Fighting ear Brandywine, Bush
received a near fatal wound. He survived but
was captured when Philadelphia was taken by
the British. He was later freed in a prisoner
exchange and applied for rations and pay. The
Supreme Executive Committee studied his rec-
ord and cited htm for a distinguished and bril-
liant career.especially during the wiater of 1776
"when the service was critical and hazardous."
After the war, unable to connect with a govern-
ment job, and probably seeking medical aid for
his wound that never quite healed, Bush jour-
neyed to England where he again was able to
serve his country. The British were still smart-
ing under defeat, and were pursuing a policy
which led to the War of 1812, seizing and
searching American boats and conscripting
A tradition in American-Jewish homes
for half a century
K CERTIFIED KOSHER
their sailors into the Royal Navy. At the time,
no U.S. consul or ambassador was present to
intervene, so Col. Bush took it upoohimself to
act on behalf of his feHow Americans. He
reported his efforts to President Washington
whose answer contained warm commendations
for theColonel's successful interventions.
On his return to America, Bush applied for the
office of Postmaster General, recently vacated
by Timothy Pickering who had been promoted
to Secretary of War. He was the first Jew
known to be considered for Cabinet rank. If he
failed to reach this office, his unfunded wound
must have played a role since it did hasten bis
death, probably in 1796.
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Friday, March 19
1976
Communitywide Yom Haatzmaut
Celebration Slated for May 1
Retraining Is Available
For New Israeli Settlers
An official communitywide
celebration of the State of Is-
rael's 28th anniversary of in-
dependence will be on Saturday
night, May 1, in the Miami
Beach Convention Center under
the auspices of the American
Zionist Federation.
Although Yom Haatzmaut
doesn't begin until sundown May
4, the celebration will be held
early to permit the participa-
tion of Ambassador Simcha
Dinitz.
Ambassador Dinitz, Israel's
chief envoy to the United States,
has accepted an invitation to be
keynote speaker for America's
largest Yom Haatzmaut celebra-
tion.
ANNOUNCEMENT of his ap-
pearance was made by Mrs.
Harriet Green, president of the
South Florida Zionist Federa-
tion, and Gerald Schwartz,
chairman of the Yom Haatz-
maut rally, which is expected
to attarct more than 10,000 per-
sons to the Beach convention
center.
"This marks the first time that
Levenson to Appear At
Beth David Congregation
Sam Levenson, humorous ob-
server of life, love and the pur-
suit of happiness, will appear
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United States has agreed to ap-
pear at a South Florida Yom
Haatzmaut observance," Mrs.
Green said. "This is fitting rec-
ognition not onlv of the grow-
ing quantity and quality of the
Jewish communities of Dade
and Broward Counties, but also
of the more than 35,000 paid
Zionist members in the two
counties."
Schwartz said tickets for the
event, a non-fund-raising affair,
will be on sale next week
through all Dade and Broward
units of Hadassah, Pioneer
Women, Mizrachi, Labor Zion-
ist Alliance, Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, B'nai Zion and
Zionist youth groups.
Headquarters for the Yom
Haatzmaut (Israel Independence
Day) rally are in the offices of
the American Zionist Federa-
tion and the Pioneer Women
Council of South Florida.
The Israel Ministry of Ab-
sorption in cooperation with the
Ministry of Labor has establish-
ed retraining programs for peo-
ple intending to settle in Israel,
it was announced by Eliezer
Kroll, Southeastern representa-
tive of the Israel Aliyah Center.
The retraining programs have
been created for those who
want to change careers or who
must seek new professions more
applicable to the Israeli scene.
Eight retraining programs,
ranging in duration from eight
months to two vears. will betfn
in October and November, 1976.
They are social work, senior
community center work, hotel
administration, data processing,
banking and financer, occupa-
tional rehabilitation and occupa-
tional therapy, director of serv-
ices for the aged and homes for
the aged
"What makes this program
unique," Kroll said, "is that it
offers new immigrants an op-
portunity to retrain for a career
which is needed in Israel. After
successful completion of the
program, candidates win have
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B'miMrM Foundation Is Sponsoring
'wo April 18 Passover Benefit Breakfasts
The B'nai B'rith Foundation
Df the United States will spon-
sor two Passover breakfasts on
Bundav, April 18, to benefit its
National Youth Services Appeal
one at 11:30 a.m. at the Kon-
bver Hotel in Miami Beach, the
Idler at 9:30 a.m. at the Diplo-
mat Hotrl in Hollywood.
Announcement was made by
lalcolm H. Fromberg. first vice
president ot B'nai B'rith Dis-
trict Five and chairman of the
Si!th Florida Fund Raising Ca-
binet, who said the breakfasts
v iiiId be traditional kosher
Passover meals. A major na-
tional figure will be featured as
guect speaker, Fromberg added.
B'nai B'rith national youth
services provide for the main-
tenance and growth of B'mi
B'rith Hillel Foundations, which
serve some 340 college cam-
puses, and support the B'nai
Tien Beach Condo Residents
Schedule Night in Israel
The residents at Arlen Beach
ondominium will honor fellow
esidents Harold and Genevieve
dedow at a "Night for Israel"
tinner on Thursday, March 25,
6:30 p.m. in the Arlen Beach
Activity Room.
According to Hal A. Salzman,
tiairman of the condominium's
srael Bond Committee, "This
ecial event, held on behalf of
Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization campaign, is the
pportunity for the dedicated
nd concerned members at Ar-
Bn Beach to help provide
ORT Honors
Cile Sauvigne
Mrs. Cile Sauvigne, public
irvice director of WTVJ-TV,
jceived an award from the
Jade South Region of Women's
American ORT at the ORT Day
fjb Mini Primary Convention,
hich was held at the Kings
lav Country Club on Wednes
Mrs. Sauvigne is being hon-
ored for her cooperation and
Ireative ability in producing the
ublic service announcements
Promoting the membership
rives ef Women's American
fRT resulting in national
gnition.
An authority in public serv-
ce. Mrs, Sauvigns is known for
it promotion of th; ctim for
fie handicapped and disadvant-
ted. She has been a guest hos-
tss on Woman's American
U"s radi > program, "3o You
^ant To Be."
The award was n..... '
bcal artist Dustv B--i'.ff m "-
er of Dade Sout!i Region eve-
jtive committee, tm<\ if """"-
jirm ceccopague comprised of
he components fiwf> >n the
deotaping of 'h? public serv-
announcements.
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nomic development and agricul-
tural programs through Israel
Bond purchases."
THE STATE of Israel David
Ben-Gurion Award will be pre-
sented to the Medows for their
efforts on behalf of the people
of Israel and here in their own
community.
Special guest at the dinner
will be Aaron Heyman, a thea-
trical performer who drew over-
flow crowds as the star of "Sho-
lem Alcichem the Man" at
the North Miami Playhouse.
LOUIS HYMSON
Attorney Is Gvert
At Beth Kouesii
At Sabbath of Spiritual Re-
newal sen-ices this evening at
8:15 at Beth Kodesh Congrega-
tion Ben Essen, attorney and
Masonic hader. will be the
guest sneaker. His topic is "My
Grandfather's Diys."
B'rith Youth Organization
(BBYO) and its l.ioo teen-age
groups and Career and Coun-
seling Services in 20 major
American communities.
Louis Hynison, who will be
installed this month as presi-
d nt of the B'nai B'rith Council
of South Florida Lodges, and
Fred Snyder, a past president
of the council, have been se-
lected as chairmen of the break-
fast at the Konover.
Alan .1. Blanstein. who will
b* Instilled this month as presi-
dent of Brownrd-Palm Beach
I.odg 's, is chairman of the
breakfast in Hollywood.
The chairmen will work
with general chairman From-
b'-rg and honorary chairmen
Dr. Ir"ing Lehrman, Jack H.
Levin, E. Albert Pallot and Bur-
nett Roth.
Members of the Miami break-
fast committee include Lou Bon-
chrck. Bert Brown. Emil Carver,
Jack Chaiken. Irving Cole, Her-
man Cohen. Mel Feigeles, Rob-
ert Feingold, Walter Fuerst,
Eric Glaser. Alfred Golden,
Hiram Goldstein, Nathan Gold-
stein. Barry Gurland. Kenneth
Hoffman. George Kotin, Na-
thaniel Kutcher, Maurice Mehl-
FRED SNYDER
Also Joseph Murray. Daniel
Nadjl. Harry Nissel, Herman
Nudelman, Samuel Pascoe, Sid-
ney Ritter. Abe Schachter. Mor-
ris Schneiderman, Sid Schwarz-
bach, Norman Sevin, Arthur
Sheppard, Al Sherman, Ansel
Singer, Jack Sloan, Jack Solot,
Dr. Michael Sossin. Jack Spe-
rans, Joseph Sussman. Dr. Mike
Tcitelbeurn Lawrence Udell,
Charhs Zimmerman and Rich-
ard Zimmerman.
For reservations for either
breakfast, contact the Miami
Beach B'nai B'rith Foundation
office or the Region3' office in
Holl wood.
I gave two years ago.
His family still lives in Israel. His wife. His
daughter. His two sons.
Four days after he left them to help
defend his country in the Yom Kippur War,
he became one of those statistics you
read about in the newspapers or heard
about on the nightly newscasts.
Two years have passed since then.
Two long years.
And still the people of Israel must look to
Jews in America to meet the staggering
costs of their human needs. The costs of
providing a life of dignity for the elderly.
Decent housing for immigrants. Educational
assistance and even living facilities for
youngsters without fathers.
He can no longer help the people of
Israel build a society where there is
compassion and care for the aged and hope
and opportunity for the young.
But you can.
Support the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation's 1976 Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. Give now.
4200 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, Fla. 576-4000.
If you think all of our problems are solved, think again.
&
We Are One.


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Friday, March 19, 197'
No Problem Is Insurmountable
s For This Cantorial Student
It's unusual enough to find a
young woman officiating at a
temple service as a cantor, but
that the constant companion,
night and uay, for this nice Jew-
ish girl is named Murphy seems
a bit much until one learns
that Murphy is a golden re-
triever seeing-eye dog.
Mindy Fliegelman, born and
raised in Miami, is blind. She
is affiliated with Rabbi Ralph
Kingsley's Temple Sinai. Al-
though she still has a year and
a half before being invested as
a cantor at the School of Sacred
Music of Hebrew Union College-
Ji wish Institute of Religion in
New York, she hokis a pulpit in
suburban West Hc^pstead's
Nassau Community Temple.
MinJy has overcome two
handicaps that might have stop-
ped lesser mortals: she has sur-
mounted the "insurmountable
problem," as she calls it, of
entering what has been, until
now, an exclusively male pro-
fession, and she lives a full life
despite her perpetual darkness.
WHEN SHE was born prema-
turely, she says, "there was too
much oxygen in the incubator
which burned my retinas," pro-
ducing complete blindness.
"I was always a religious
child," she said in a recent in-
terview. "I enjoyed religious
school and all that. I've been
singing for pleasure since I was
three, I made my first profes-
sional appearance at nine, when
I had a quartet and we sang pop
and folksongs at the Fontaine-
bleau.
But her dream was to become
a cantor. "Some little kids want
to grow up to be nurses or
teachers. I felt I had some lead-
ership qualities and that I could
be an asset to some temple. But
it always seemed just a dream."
That's because she got little
encouragement at home. "My
mother exDlaineu' the impos-
sibility of the whole thing be-
cause it was a man's profession:
girls hist were not cantors or
rabbis. It was one of those child-
hood dreams to abandon and
then go on to reality."
SO MINDY put the dream
side, but not her desire to
study music, and went on to
I-iorida Stats University at
Tallahassee. After three years
there, she decided to go on to
New York. She was 21 an adult,
and with a mind of her own.
She had wanted to go to the
School of Sacred Music in the
first place, "but my parents
wanted .lie to stay in Miami,
where they could sort of watch
out for me."
On reaching New York, she
got a job with the Braille In-
stitute of America as a teacher
and librarian, and while there
she was asked to substitute for
a girl who was to perform at
Central Synagogue but had a
sore throat. Mindy agreed and
on two days' notice she sang
in the temple. And that event
encouraged her to revive her
old dream.
SHE CALLED Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Reli-
gion, but without much hope. 1
"I never thought they would I
even think about accepting a 1
woman. But I was accepted the
deny I auditioned." she recalls.
When she began her five-year
cantorial program, there were
two other women in the school.
Now, almost three years later, *
she is one of 13 women and 33
men taking courses in Jewish
history, liturgy, rabbinic liters- ;
tuie and music. "She is doing
very well indeed," said one of
her instructors.
"Of course there are prob-
lems" for a blind student, Mindy
said, "but most of them are
easilv surmountable." She tapes \
the lectures and later tran-
scribes them on her Braille
typewriter a double work-
load. People often read to her,
but she memorizes all her mu-
sic.
ONCE SHE burned her fin-
gers making taffy and couldn't
use them to read Braille. "Then
I realized how much I had me-
morized," she says.
Mindy lives with Murphy in
a small apartment jammed with
oversize Braille books. She pre-
fers to be alone because "I can
coniL- and go as I please, make
as much noise as I like, and
sing whenever I want." Her
spare time, what little she has
of it between her studies and
her pulpit, is spent in cooking,
reading novels and going to
plays and concerts.
"New York has a million fas-
cinations for me," she said.
She and Murphy travel to the
College-Institute by bus and to
West Hempstead by train. Her
duties at the temple include
leading the Friuay evening serv-
ice, teaching music to grade-
school children, working with
the volunteer choir and officiat-
ing at Bar and Bat Mitzvoth
and weddings.
Mindy Fliegelman oj Miami, a blind thira-year cantorial
student, goes over liturgical music with her teacher,
Cantor Lawrence Avery, at the School of Sacred Music
of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.
The temple considers her
"quite an asset," according to
its president, C. Lorraine Hof-
finger. "When we 'heard her
audition, we were not prepared
for a blind woman, but we list-
ened to her, and when she sang,
her voice was magnificent."
MINDY DOES not minimize
her handicap, but she says she
will overcome it by her confid-
ence- "The only thing that will
be oifficult for me will be ac-
tually convincing a congrega-
tion that I can fit right in. Once
I'm there. I can handle the rest
of it. There are these little
problems, but they are very
surmountable "
And if escutcheons are ever
in style lor,cantors, hers might
be emblazoned with one word'
"Surmountable."
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Liebman to Discuss "Israel Today"
At AJCongress Holly-Dale Meeting
:.
Dr. Se5 mnur B. Liabman, well-
known lecturer, author, writer.
will bs the guest speaker at the
American Jewish Congress, Hol-
ly-Dale Branch, at 1 p.m. on
Monday, March ly. His subject
is "Israel Today" and will pre-
sent first-hand observations on
th lat !3t d ints in Is-
i .' '.'vision is free, and the
public in invited to attend.
Liebman, a long-time resident
of Dade County, has been Ad-
junct Research Scholar at the
Institute of Inter-American Af-
fairs of the University of Miami
since 1971. He received his ad-
vanced degree in history magna
cii"i liude from the University
of the Americas and also taught
C
rroups Share Purim With
Douglas Gardens Residents
The Senior Adull Dance Group
and the entii Early Childhood
li School of the Jewish Com-
munity Ceil >i \ of South Florida
he! a Purin celebration this
past .Miami Jewish
11 ; Hosp I for the Aged.
Conv I with costumes, mu-
sic, i and dancing the
Rrouo from th 'ewish Com-
munil C intei brought a iov-
ous >irit o! Purim to Douglas
ns residents.
With th< aid r' their chore-
o'.' h Ritn 'I'ine. the Sen-
Jior erformed many of
the loll dances they learn dur-
ing the year, while the children
from the Day School, under the
direction of Arlene Greenberg,
h ad teacher, nerformed skits,
songs and dances telling the
story of Purim.
The children gave out the
tradition9] Shaliah Monat bask-
et-, and refreshments were
served.
Pearl Debram, program direc-
tor of the Jewish Home & Hos-
pital for the Aged, said that
"this celebration was repre-
s"ntative of the great commu-
nity involvement between the
voting and the old."
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He is a member of the Amer-
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Middle East, national vice presi-
dent of the American Zionist
Federation, member of the Com-
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the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, president of the Jewish
Historical Society of South Flor-
ida, and editor of "Mid-East
Report." His book "The Middle
Bast: A Return to Facts" was
published by the American
Zionist Federation and used as
a text in several colleo.es.
He is also cultural vice presi-
dent of the South Florida Chap-
ter ol the American Zionist Fed-
eration and a member of the
national board of the National
Committee i-n American For-
eign Policy.
Li toman's book ".lews in New
Spain" was translated into Span-
ish and distributed in Mexico.
The Spanish language edition
was banned in Spain.
Recoonition of his writings
and research culminated in
grants from the American Phi-
losophical Society, Memorial
Foundation, National Founda-
tion for Jewish Culture, and the
Henry S. Huntineton Library.
He is listed in "Who's Who in
World Jewry" and "Who's Who
in South and Southwest."
Dr. Liebman has been to Is-
rael many times, and his son,
Charles, is chairman of the De-
partment of Government and
Political Science at Bar-Han
University.
No Smoking in Dade
Is GASP Goal
Sun lav, March 21, has been
proclaimed as Dade County No
Smoking Dav by Mayor Steve
Clark, and he has requested
that all smokers refrain from
smoking for that one day and
donate all monev that would be
snent for tobacco products to
their favorif charities.
In coninnct'on with this day,
GASP of Miami (Group Against
Smoker's Pollution) has planned
a Bicentennial celebration start-
ing with a motorcade of dec-
orated cars from Dinner Key
to the Courthouse steps, where
they will present Commissioner
Harry Cain with the Non-Smok-
er's Bill of Rights. Commission-
er Cain will present GASP presi-
dent Keith Lewis with the signed
proclamation.
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Friday, March 19, Is
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Mount Sinai Hosts Annual Founders Dinner Dance
Mount Sinai Medical Center
hostc. its annual Founders din-
ner dance at the Diplomat Ho-
tel. Nineteen new Founders re-
ceived plaques and ten an-
nounced their intentions to be-
come Founders..
Planning to contribute $50,000
or more to the hospital are Mrs.
Leonard Liebowitz. Stephen H.
Cypen, Arthur Sheppard, Ollie
Cohen, Mrs. Rose Klausner,
Chase Federal Savings and Loan
Association, Mrs. Stephen Muss,
Mrs. Arthur Mark, and Samuel
Mandell. One donor has asked
to remain anonymous.
The event was chaired by Mrs.
Baron deHirsch Mover, who
worked with cochairmen Mr.
rnd Mrs. Max Cogen. Cogen is
president of the Founders.
Other members of the dinner
d Mrs. Paul Faske, Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. Bing
Louis Harris. Mr. and Mrs. H.
Jerry Joseph Mr. and Mrs. Bina
Kossoff and Mr. and Mrs. \or
man Weinstein.
Edward Shapiro, president of
Mount Sinai, and Max Orovitz,
chairman of the board, made
the presentations.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Cogen, cochairmen of Mount Sinai's
annual Founder's dinner dance, joined Mrs. Baron de
llirsch Me,er, chairman, in greeting guests. Cogen is
president of the Founders, whose membership is now
41c.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faske
enjoy themselves on the
dance floor at the Diplo-
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Jirry Marshall and his or-
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tainment program for the 1976
Lehrman Dav School Scholar-
ship Ball, scheduled for April
3 in the Frisdhnd Ballroom of
Temple Emanu-El, according to
ch"; --*i Schantz.
The blac^-tie Scholarship
Bal' is a traditional event in the
Jewish community's social cal-
endar Reservations are avail-
able at the T"inle office.
Prn-^-ds enable the Lehrman
Div School to provide scholar-
ship assistant to more than
hslf of its 300 first- through
ninth-graders. Named in honor
of Dr. Irving Lehrman. rabbi
of Temple Emanu-El, it is the
l-.r-.-i,.[ rnnqorvqtive Hebrew
day school In the South.
4 GOAL of 200 scholarships
has been established for the
Scholarship Ball. The scholar-
shins, at $750 each, include two
tickets to the dinner and dance,
and more than ISO individuals,
comnanies and foundations al-
ready have subscribed, Schantz
s'ii 1 Wednesday.
"How Does Our Garden
Grow?" is the theme for this
year's ball, but Marcia Schantz
says she won't reveal details
until the night of the event.
Davida (Mrs. Harry A.) Levy
and Arlene (Mrs. Herbert)
Bechwald have accentQd posi-
tions as cochairmn of hostes-
ses, said Judg; Frederick Ba-
racJ, Emanu-El president.
Lectures on Bells and Collectors
Planned at Community Center
The Miami Beach Park and
Recreation Department, Recrea-
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Wednesday letures by Harold
Auman of Pompano Beach at the
South Shore Community Center.
The first program, "Around
the World with Bells," will be
on March 31 at 1 p.m. Auman
has collected hundreds of bells
throughout the years and they
tell fascinating stories.
Auman s second lecture ex-
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which describes unusual people
who collect unusual things. This j
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JCC South Dade Program Dade County and the NCCJ Are Sponsoring
Is Moving to Dadeland
An Intergroup Relations Conference
Donald J. Reiff, president of
the Jewish Community Centers
of South Florida, and Mrs. Fran
Levey, chairperson of the South
Dade Program Committee, have
announced the opening of a new
location for the Jewish Com-
munity Centers' South Dade
Program.
The program will be housed
at the newly renovated facility
at Dadeland Inn, at Ludlam Rd.
and U.S. 1 in tin center of the
Dadeland are-. It is easily ac-
cessible for th"se living east or
west of the highway and on be
reached bv driving on U.S. 1
to Ludlam Rd. and then going
east a quart-r of a block.
There w-11 be a full-day and
half-day nursery school, for
which rgistration is now b?in^
scented. M". Arlne Green-
berg, who will continue as the
head teacher, has developed a
successful program at the old
8th St. ltr-ation. The nursery
school staff will include Mrs.
Jnann Lesnett and Mrs. Amy
Spiegel.
A full range of activities is
being planned for the South
Dade Program, according to
Mrs. Levey, and will be an-
nounced soon.
For further information re-
garding registration for the
nursery school and other pro-
grams, call the JCC office.
REIFF HAS also announced
the opening, in Septcmoer, 1976,
of a new nre-school service to
North Dade and South Broward,
on thfi sit i of the Michael-Ann
Russell Jewish Community Cen-
ter at 13900 NF. 25th Ave., North
Miai Beach.
Children f'-om ages 2'-- to 5
on b? re-'ist-rcd now in a non-
profit cooperative nursery
school f'-om 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
For children of working moth-
ers, dav care will be offered
from 7 a.m. to 6 n.m.
Linda Seigel, chairperson of
the nre-sohool committee, h^s
b schiM nrogra^ns with socialists
offering nhysical education mu-
sif.. dance, drama, and swim-
mjpq instruction. Details are
available at th; JCC office.
Greater Miami will be the
site of a Countywide Bicenten-
nial Intergroup Relations Con-
ference on March 25 and 26.
Cosponsored by the Dade
County Community Relations
Board and the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews,
the conference is intended to
"face the attitudes and factors
that divide us, and join hands
in plans for onging activities
which can bring us together."
Scheduled to be held at the
Sharaton Four Ambassadors.
the conference was planned and
o-(>->nized in partnership with
40 arcawide business, religious,
oh it- and service organizations
of Dade's multiethnic commu-
nity.
REGISTRATION begins at 8
a.m. Thursday, March 25. Day-
long workshops will be followed
by a fellowshH dinner on Thurs-
day night, and the formation of
task forces, concluding recom-
mendations and adjournment
will be on Friday at 1 p.m.
Keynote speakers on Thurs-
day are Dr. Henry King Stan-
ford, president of the University
of Miami, and William Ravenell,
Florida's secretary of commu-
nity affairs.
Stanford will address the
mornine session on "A Sense of
B-lnngin!!"; Ravenell Will ad-
Two North Dade Condos
Plan Israel Bonds Events
Friends of Dropsie University
ing Annual Luncheon
Fishman, Mr. and Mrs. William
Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
GabrL
Also Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Greenfield, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Handleman, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Katzm3n, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Komito, Rabbi Leon Kronish,
Mrs. Joseph C. Lerner, Rabbi
Irving Lenrman, Mr. and Mrs.
fidney Moseson, Rabbi Joseph
Narot, D'-. and Mrs. Robert Pin-
erman, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Pokrass, Mi. and Mrs. Sidney
Poland, Dr. and .Mrs-Alfred
Richnrant
Also Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Rosen, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ros-
n :r. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ruben-
Btfin, Joe Rubin, Mrs. and Mrs.
Sylvan Schapiro, Mrs. Jerome
A. Schnur, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Schulman, Mrs. David Sernaker,
M 'md Mrs. Benjamin Shin-
dler, Mrs. Lewis Starrels, Wil-
liam Thomas. Mr. and Mrs.
Ab-aha-n Udell. Mr. and Mrs.
Ja^i-s Zallea. Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Zallea and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
B. Lowe.
The chairman of the Friends
of Drnpsie University. Florida
Division, is Mrs. Josp^h C. Ler-
ner.
The Friends of Dropsie Uni-
versity, Florida Division, are
having their third annual lunch-
em on Suniay, March 28, at
P:30 p.m. at the Eden Roc Ho-
tel.
Rabbi Sol Landau of Congre-
gation' Beth David will bring
g eetings.
The guest speaker is Dr.
Louis Kleinman, dean of educa-
tion at the University of Miami.
His subject will be the School
of Educatiop's program in Ju-
daic Studies.
Dr. Abraham I. Katsh. presi-
d nt of the Dropsie University,
will present special honors to
the Friends of Dropsie Univer-
sity Guardian Scholarship Fund
contributors.
Dropsie University is the only
gaduate institution in America,
nnsectarian and nontheological,
dedicated to Hebrew, Biblical
and Near Eastern studies.
The luncheon chairmen are
Mr. and Mrs. Alrod Barison.
The luncheon committee con-
sists of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph
Diamond, Mr. and Mrs. William
Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Gardiner, Dr. and Mrs. Nathan
Glover, Mrs. George Israel, Rab-
bi and Mrs. Sol Landau, Mrs.
Jesse LeVine, Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
n Moseson, Dr. and Mrs. Al-
f-ed Richman, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel E. Rosen, Mr. and Mrs.
Sylvan Schapiro, Mrs. Ethel
Steinberg and Mr. and Mrs.
James Zallea.
Guardians to be honored at
the luncheon are Mr. and Mrs.
W. Agronove, Mr. and Mrs. Al-
rod Barison, Mr. and Mrs. Na-
than Bloom, William Bramson,
Mrs. Grace Brissel, Mrs. David
Carmel, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph
Diamond, Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Daroff, Mr. and Mrs. Simon
Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Two North Dade condomini-
ums will hold campaign events
on behalf of the 1976 Greater
Miami Israel Bond OrEanization
campaign, it was announced to- j
dav bv Robert L. Siegel, general I
campaign chairman.
On Thursday, March 25, resi-
dents at Ro-Mont Gardens Con-
dominium will hold their
"Night for Israel" event in the
Main Club House and present
extinguished residents Julius
and Pearl Schwimmer with the
Israel Solidaritv Award.
RESIDENTS of Miami for the
past 25 years, the Schwimmers
hie been active with the Jew-
ish War Veterans, donating
their time and services at the
Veterans Hospital. Guest speak-
er will be American Jewish folk
humorist Eddie Schaffer. Israel
Bonds Committee chairman is
Nathan Goldschlager.
Del Prado residents will at-
tend a "Night in Israel" event
on Monday, March 29, in the
D?l Prado Auditorium, where
there will be a special perform-
ance by Aaron Heyman in "Sho-
lem Aleichem the Man."
Sponsored by the United Del
Prado Israel Bond Committee,
Ted Broder. chairman, and Mrs.
Helmut Blumenthal, cochair-
man. the State of Israel Soli-
darity Award will be presented
to Charles and Miriam Wilder.
Charles Wilder, who is ac-
tive in the Del Prado Minyan
Club and a member of the Cen-
turv Club B'nai B'rith. was cited
bv the Combined Jewish Appeal
for his work in the Del Prado
<"""naign in February. Miriam
Wilder is active in Hadassah
and the Miami Art League.
dress the fellowship dinner on
"Decent Human Relations
Mandate of the Third Century."
Metro Mayor Steve Clark and
Miami Mayor Maurice Ferre
will welcome the more than 400
conference participants on
Thursday morning, after Alfredo
G. Duran, CRB chairperson, and
U.S. Judge Clvde C. Atkins.. Jr.,
NCCJ executive member, have
called the conference to order.
EXPERTS in human rela-
tions and workshops as well as
conference operations will mod-
erate the various discussion
groups.
Sen. Richard A. Pettigrew,
member of CRB's executive
committee, will preside at the
conference on Thursday: Rep.
Murray Dubbin, NCCJ board
member, will preside on Fri-
day.
The conference planning com-
mittee was chaired bv Dr. An-
tonio Jorge and Rev. Irvin Elli-
ean. ____.
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>Jewldh flcrid/ian
Friday, March 19, 1976
IV
with INORAM A. OROVITZ
Going back in time and space
i* not the sole property of the
old Twilight Zone TV show.
Two altairs last week trotted
party-goers into another tem-
poral and spatial setting, if only
for a few hours.
Harriet Singtr and her Tem-
ple Israel Donor Luncheon Coin-
mittee recreated the Stage Door
Canteen. For those of us who
are post-war babies (VVW II.
that is), that war time expres-
sion loses something in the
.losing of 30-odd years.
ACCORDING to a highly ra-
table source, my mother, Pearl
u-hen l my pan n w re
:ied the night el
bor was b i d Door
Canteen provided .1 "touch of
home" for the boys in uniform.
Young women civvies enter-
tained servicemen at d inces and
socials.
There were glittering llfl
of Hollywood's heyday who did
their bit for Uncle Sam by shar-
ing their talents with those who
. did not snare their lives.
Harriet and cochairman
Jackie Hochberg commenced the
Donor, held at the Doral Beach
Hotei, with a short poem that
- set the misty mood. The tempo
nicked un when the Jordan
Marsh fashion show and musical
combo played times reminiscent
of the '30s and "40"s JM coor-
dinator Eleanor .Morris should
be an honorary member after
all her vears at the Donor.
HARRIET, Jaekh] and their
committee had a clever retinue
of gift giveaway gimmicks* In-
stead of interminable number
calling, winners were the lucky
ladies whose programs were
starred and color-coded. In
years past. Sisterhood members
had to count jacket buttons and
pennies in their pockets to be
a winner.
Harriet, who is aka Mrs.
Lawrenee E. Singer, was not Just
a chairman, but very definitely
a Chairlady last week. When
own game ticket won the
I by Martha's,
the gracious lady redonated it
to be offered a prize again.
H had
h
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now a t-11
Temple lira* 1 >j iterhood.
SEVERAL family groups were
snotted amon 100 women
attending. The Temnle, in it-
second hnlf century, boasts
man' co id third genera-
tion mer Mollle Ruskin
and drni' Ires ':oon;
Isabel Davi 1 :nd daughters,

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The Robins to Receive Ben-Gurion Award
At Temple B'nai Zion Israel Bonds Dinner
Candy Ruskin and Jodi Multack;
Eleanor and Lois Feuer; Lois
New-mark and Myrtle Cracova-
nzr; sisters, Fran Gardner and
Nina SeidenberR; Rita Bukstel
and mother. Bea Hyman; Mr.
and Mrs. Max Goldhoff and
daughters, Nettie Werner and
Buffy Faine; Lynn Hauser and
Phyillis Frohman.
Also enjoying the afternoon
were Esther Blumberg, Ida
Stone. Janet Levie, Nanette
Mayer, Micky Perls, Janet Ser-
bln, Muriel Rosen, Selma Kli-
vans, Tillie Falter, Phyllis Mey-
i'.s, Ann Avrack and Arlene
Stewart.
Ethel Rittenberg, Helen Mi-
chelaon, Joan Bornstein, Kathy
Farber, Marcella Kanner, Joyce
Prkand. Fan Elson Mendelson,
Xarot and Sylvia Green-
berg helped make this Donor
one of the nicest in years.
MANY YEARS ago 1.500 miles
aw iy. there were real life scenes
depicted in make-believe movies
like "Hester Street." New York
City, at the turn of the century,
was populated with pushcart
vendors and strung with
"schmata" laden clotheslines.
Joan Ciment surprised husband
Norman for his 40th birthday
with a party set back in time
to that place the Lower East
Side of Manhattan.
With the help of Menashe
Hirscli, the Kosher Steak House
in the Sea Gull Hotel was trans-
formed into a Xerox copy of
the area only those too young
to really know recall with nos-
tagia.
Joan's sister, Marcia Sage,
collected restaurant menus, old
Yiddish newspapers and shop-
ping bags on a recent New York
trip. The room was divvied up
into "streets," each with its own
pushcart Orchard. Canal,
Hester, Grand, Allen and East
Broadway.
AND WHAT would have been
more "tarn" to the taste than
hes, pickles, hot pretzeis,
creams, C'mlotte Russes
little "for 2c plain!"
ger wrote a skit of
lan's career in
he, .Torn, the Ciment
1 i and Jason and Carole
Rubin acted.
Among the guests reveling
in "Remember When" were Ke-
g'na Ciment, Nina and Jerry
Schecter, Murray and Marilyn
Meyaraon, Stephanie and Ste-
phen Garland, Leona and Alv.n
Stein, and Joan and Charlie
Spierer.
Also the Hal Kassewitzes, T;-
bor Hollos, Jason Berkmans,
Ben Gronalda, Sherwin Staubers,
Robert Grovers and Gerald
Nesses.
All the 50 guests kept the
snoof a secret. Doctor friend
E'i Hershm in and wife Dara
were responsible for luring Nor-
man Into the hotel on the pre-
tense of a house call before
th dinner date. Did Norman
reallv believe a house call in
1976' 1905 maybe .
Jewish community leaders
Mitchell and Bessie Robin of
Winston Towers 300, have been
selected by the State of Israel
to receive the David Ben-Gurion
Award. The announcement was
made by Max Krieger. chair-
man, and Joseph Drexler, hon-
orary chairman of the Temple
R'nai Zion-Israel Dinner of
State.
The presentation will be made
on Thursday, April 1, at 7 p.m.
at the Diplomat Hotel in Holly-
wood.
Temnle B'nai Z'on conducts
its services in a Miami Beach
church. Rabbi Abraham I. Ja-
cobson is spiritual leader of the
congregation and Max Cantor is
president
THE KOBlNS, members of
the State of Tsrael Bonds Prime
Minister's Club, recently re-
turned from Israel, where the;
were part of the January Prime
Minister's Conference during
which they met with Prime Min-
ister Yitzhak Rabin. ,
A leading philanthropist in
Chicago, Mitchell Robin, a mem-
ber of the Chaim Solomon B'nai
Lodge serves on the Board of
B'rith Lodge, serves on the
Board of B'nai B'rith Lodge Dis-
tiict No. 6 in Glencoe, 111. He is a
director of the Lincoln National
tional Monetary Market, Chica-
go Mercantile Exchange, and
Chicago Commodity Exchange.
Mrs. Robin, a Sisterhood hon-
or and nominating chaiman of
Temple B'nai Zion. is recording
secretary of the Natanya Group
of Hadassah.
Miami Beach
Ifadassah
Royal Maccabees Group will
sponsor a youth aliyah lunch-
eon on Sunday, March 21, at
the Versailles Hotel at noon.
Florence Barth, firmer chapter
president, will speak. Profes-
sional entertainment. Chairper-
son is Ray Cohen. President is
Clara Landy.
it ft *
Morton Towers Group will
give a youth aliyah luncheon
on March 21 at noon at the
Doral Hotel Starlight Roof. En-
tertainment by the Continentals.
Speaker is Mrs. Jean Feinberg,
president of Miami Beach Chap-
ter.
ir is "tt
Henrietta Szold Group will
give a vouth aliyah luncheon
on Monday. March 22, at 12:30
p.m. at the Delano Hotel. Enter-
tainment and guest speaker.
Chairperson is Ruth Goold.
President Is Ruth Berg.
ir & is
Natanya Group will sponsor a
gab champ igne dinner party
for Youtn Aliyah on Saturday.
March 27, at 6:30 p.m. at Wins-
ton Towers 300. The catered
meal will be preceded by cham-
pagne and hors d'oeuvres. Chair-
person is Ruth Fagen. Guest
sp aker is Gus Mentz, past
p.esid "nt of the Miami Beach
Chapter Entertainment by Ve-
ronica and 1'eter.
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Southgate Group will hold a
Youth Miyah luncheon on Sun-
da-. March 28, at noon at the
Doral Hotel Starlight Roof.
Chairperson is Frances Rosen-
berg. Program includes come-
dienne Dory Sinclair (the
"clown in a gown"). President
is Mrs. Shirley Rosenberg.
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Louis 17 Brandeis Group will
hold their annual youth aliyah
lunc'ior on Mondiy, March 29,
at nc;m at the Fontainebleau
Hotel. Entertainment by Vero-
nica ard Peter. Chairperson is
Row Raheni president is Mrs.
Wiiii-m Saffir.
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devoted to discussion of themes and issues relevant to Jewish life past and present
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GREAT AMERICAN JEWISH INSTITUTIONS
Jm Jewish Hospitals
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Care of the sick, physical and
spiritual, has been an integral
part of Jewish life from earliest
times. Biblical passages refer to
visiting the sick, "bikkur cho-
lim." Abraham is said to have
buitt a hospice or inn for strang-
ers under the oak at Hebron, a
shelter for the homeless and the
sick.
It has been repeatedly point-
ed out, Marcus wrote, "that
physical and spiritual solicitude
for the sick and the dying .
ranked among the most import-
ant religious and social welfare
activities of the European Jew-
ish communities.
In Colonial America there
were no Jewish hospitals as
such, but the Jewish settlers
who founded the first Jewish
community in New Amsterdam
(New York) brought with them
from Brazil an established pol-
icy of communal care for the
sick.
In the earlv days of Jewish
settlement, ailing Jews receiv-
ed care in kosher boarding
houses which were under con-
gregational supervision. Lodgers
were often accepted, also, by
functionaries such as the shohet
and the beadls.
IT WASN'T until close to the
utbreak of the Civil War that
the Jewish hospital Ijecnme a
reality in America. As early as
1850 Cincinnati had established
the first Jewish hospital in the
United States. In burgeoning
mid 19th century New York,
Euroean immigrants were pour-
ing in, many of them forced to
find shelter in already-crowded
k and unhealthy slums. Illness
rates were rising alarmingly.
The Jewish community lound
Itself laced with highly unsatis-
factory sick-care facilities for
its members. Kosher food, Jew-
ish fellowship and good medical
care and hospital services for
poor people, such as many of
the immigrants were, were lack-
ing, and in some Christian de-
nominational hospitals the
nurses and sisters were eager
to baptize dying Jews.
The general feeling of the
community was that the time
i had come to found a Jewish
hospital, one that in addition to
providing adequate medical
care would also provide for
spiritual needs and the special
requirements of diet, language
and religion.
EXISTING Jewish relief agen-
cies agreed on the need but
each saw its own way of doing
the job. Then, as so often in
Jewish history, one man of
force and vision emerged and
got the job done 71-year-old
Sampson Simson, the first Jew
to pass the New York State Bar
examination.
In late 1851 or January, 1852,
he gathered eight of his friends
together in the Trustees' Room
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of Congregation Shearith Is-
rael's Crosby Street Synagogue.
Instead of leaving the job to
organizations, Simson proposed
$5 individual annual member-
ships, the members to el ;ct
trustees to guide the hospital.
He ottered to donate two plots
of land on 28th Street near Sev-
enth Avenue.
The community agreed. In-
corporation papers were drawn
up. simson was elected the first
president. On June 5, 1855,
Hospital, completed at ;;
cost of 833,000, took in its first
patient. Born "out of the very
heart" of Congregation Shearith
Isro 1, Jews' Hospital was Jew-
ish n every sense of the word.
Over its doorway, in Hebrew
letters, were the words, "Beth
Holim" (Home of the Sick). On
the second floor of the four-
story building on West 28th
Street was a synagogue. During
the Civil War, between 1862 and
1865, Jews' Hospital opened its
doors to wounded soldiers of all
faiths. In 1866. Jews' Hospital
was renamed Mt. Sinai Hospi-
tal.
AGAIN, on the fourth of Fcb-
ruai" 1884, Congregation Shea-
rith Israel sired a second great
Jewish hospital. A small group
g itherjjd in the vestry room for
l the purpose1 of deciding on a
fitting way to mark the hun-
dredth birthday of the outstand-
ing Jewish philanthropist of his
time, Sir Moses Monteflore
(1734-1885). The result of that
meeting was the founding of
what was to become one of the
hospitals in the world
d icated to the scientific care
and N n nl
ti diseasi s Montefiore
Hospital.
Since the mid-19th century
beginnings, Jewish hospitals
have come into being across the
United States. In their earlier
days, Jewish hospitals filled a
need for a Jewish environment
for Jewish patients. Later, after
about 1920. Jewish hospitals
filled a need for opportunities
for Jewish physicians discrim-
inated against in the filling of
Staff appointments elsewhere.
WITH THE lessening of medi-
cal discrimination after about
1950, Jewish hospitals tended
to be seen as a Jewish service
to the community at large.
Jewish hospital* of tue United
States have become nationally
and internationally renowned.
They have advanced the hori-
zons of medical care and sur-
gerv. Thev are heartening re-
minders Of the parts nlaved by
Jews in the medical, social and
philanthropic development of
America.
Bibliography
Encyclopaedia Judaica. Jeru-
salem, 1971. "Hospitals."
Levitan. Tina. "Islands of
Compassion." 1964.
Marcus. Jacob Rader. "The
Colonial American Jew. 1492-
1776." Detroit, 1970.
Question Box
RABBI MLSSMAN
ISSUES AND ANSWERS
Four
By RABBI NORMAN MUSSMAN
Beth Torah Congregation
We are now entering a period
of time in the Jewish year when
Mic number four is emphasized
time and time again. All of you
are familiar with the number
four in regards to Passover
the Four Questions, the Four
Sons, the Four Cups of Wine,
etc. But even prior to Pesach
the number four plays an im-
portant role in Judaism.
Beginning with the month of
Adar and up to the holiday of
Pesach. there are four special
Sabbaths on which selected
readings are recited in the Syna-
gogue.
All of these readings, I be-
lieve, will help us more fully to
comprehend the true meaning
of freedom. We are soon to
the Bicentennial of
Ui ited States, a country
ch was founded on the Four
doms freedom of speech
and expression, freedom of wor-
ship, freedom from want, and
freedom from fear.
The first of the Sabbaths is
known as Parshat Shekalim. It
informs us that everyone was to '
give a half-shekel toward the :
support of the Holy Temple. In i
other words, all were respon-
sible and equal in giving. For _
a country to be free, equal re-
soonsibility and opportunity
must be recognized.
Shabbat Zachor is the second
special Shabbat. On this day we
read of the Amalekites, who -
wanted to destroy the Jews for
no apparent reason. For a peo-
ple or a country to be free, we
must alwavs be on guard against
any attempt to take away our
freedom.
The third Shabbat is Parshat
Parah. It tells us of the "Red
Heifer" and how we are to rid
ourselves of our impurities. We
must cleanse ourselves of ha-
tred and prejudice if we wish
liberty for all.
The fourth and final Shabbat
is known as Habodesh. Indirect-
ly, it deals with the concept of
beginning .anew a rebirth. A
start toward self-expression.
We pray that when America
celebrates its 300th birthday, it
will indeed live up to the words
of our Torah: EQUALITY IN
ALL PHASES OF LIFE! -,
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Question: What is a "Tzad-
dik"?
Answer: The term "Tzad-
dik" means "the righteous one."
In the Bible it sometimes refers
to the Almighty Himself, who is
regarded as "righteous" since
all His judgments are perfect.
It is also used in regard to hu-
mans, who are sometimes call-
ed "righteous" in the sense that
they are just and true.
It somehow implies a sense
of justice and perfection. In Ha-
sidic lore and practice the
"Tzaddlk" is the term given to
the rehbe. the spiritual leader
of the Hasidim, whose thoughts
are always with the Almighty
and who thus raises the
thoughts and prayers of his fol-
lowers toward a state of per-
fection toward the Almighty.
Rabbi Jacob Joseph of Polon-
noye claimed that the Tzaddik
of the Hasidic movement is like
a channel through which Cod's
Overflowing grace comes to the
people. He is sort of a mystical
figure who sometimes descends
to the level of imperfect hu-
manity and is engaged in this
sinful world to raise his follow-
ers to the lofty heights of per-
fection.
Some looked upon him as a
miracle-maker. Others refused
to regard any human as a mir-
ade-maker and simply regarded
the Hasidic Tzaddik as a guide
to the worship of the divine.
Others thought of the Tzaddik
as a human example of the
status which every human could
achieve and a model of what
every human should strive to
be.
Question: Why do Hasidim
nlace uch a great deal of em-
phasis on music?
Answer- Generally speaking,
Jewish praver, as well ;>s scrip-
ture reading and study, re-
quires melody. Some have claim-
ed that music is the soul of hu-
man experience.
Often the Hasidic melodies
are chanted without even hav-
ing words. Often these melodies
are adapted to a v ariety of texts.
Since the basic aim of Hasidism
is "D'vekut," which means de-
votion in the form of "clinging"
and attaching one's self to the
divine, a deep sense of mysti-
que which cannot be adequately
i Dressed in words moves the
Ilasid.
Since this experience rises
above the level of the rational,
it can onlv be expressed in
music, which gives vent to the
mystical and the ecstatic and
;iIm> leads one aero-:', the thres-
hold of logic into the deep re-
C es Of th divine.
Question: What is the mean-
ing of the term "Hasid"?
Answer: The term relates to
a Biblical root implying "real"
and at times "kindness" and
"love." In the literature of tht
Talmudic period the term re-
ferred to a Jew who maintained
a higher standard than the
minimum requirement in ob-
serving the commandments oB
the faith.
The Mishnah refers to the
Hasidim of the early times who
spent an hour before prayer in
meditation and who exercised
an unusual amount of self-con-
trol. In Germany during mediev-
al times Hasidim was the term
attributed to those who assumed
additional degrees of religious
duties.
What is commonly referred
to as Hasidim today is the group
who follow a movement which
began in southeast Poland in
the 18th century. What was in-
volved among those people was
not so much additional observ-
anc s ;s much as a more fcr-
v ni spirit in carrying out the
classic duties of a Jew and a
spi it of religious devotion in
every phase of life's activities,
including even the most com-
mon sphere of living.
A certain |oy of the heart
came to be the earmark of the
Hasid.


SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
VAYIKRA
Two lambs offered as a sacrifice in atonement
for a sin.
"And he shall bring forfeit unto the Lord for
his sin which he hath smned" (Lev. 5.6;.
VAYIKRAGod called to Moses from the tent
of meeting and revealed the sacrificial laws. The
burnt-offering was to consist of a male animal with-
out blemish; if it be a fowl, it was to be a turtle-
dove or a young pigeon. The purpose of this offer-
ing, which was to be completely burned, was to
make atonement for evil thoughts. The meal-offer-
ing was to consist of fine flour, raw, cooked, or
stewed, generally intended as a free-will offering.
The peace-offering, of cattle or sheep, either male
or female, was another free-will offering, or vow,
offered in the name of a family. The sin-offering
was intended to make amends for sins committed
by error. Different categories of individuals and
groups were to sacrifice different animals for sin-
offerings. The anointed priest and the congregation
offered a young bullock, the prince a he-goat, a
common person a she-goat. The person who touch-
ed an vnclean object, or failed to keep a vow, must
bring a female lamb or a female goat for a sin-
offering; and if he could not afford either, he must
bring two young pigeons or turtle-doves the first
as a burnt-offering, the second as a sin-offering. A
ram served as a guilt-offering in the case of a vio-
lation of a negative ("Thou shalt not") command-
ment, or in cases of theft of articles set aside as
holy.
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HOWARD L. ROSENBERG
Howard Louis, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Rosenberg, will be
called to the Torah as a Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday at 9 a.m.
at Beth David Congregation.
A student in the Beth David
religious school, Howard is a
seventh-grader at George Wash-
ington Carver Junior High and
a member of the Coral Gables
Swimming Association.
Howard's parents wjll host
the kiddush following services
and a reception at the Kings
Bay Yacht and Country Club.
Special guests will include his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Rosenberg and Mrs. Gert-
rude Muss.
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HOWARD S. FRIEDMAN
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fried-
man's son. Howard Scott, will
be called to the Torah as a Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday at Temple
Emanu-El.
Howard, who loves all sports,
is a seventh-em4 student at
Nautilus Junior Hrh.
Mr. -ind Mrs.' Robert Fried-
man will host the kiddush fol-
lowing services r.rid a reception
later in the dav at the Famous
Restitiranf. Special quests will
include Howard's grandmother,
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Philip, David and
b RODNEY FURMANSKI
Rodney, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Furmanski, will become a
liar Mitzvah on Saturday at
Temple Emanu-Ll.
A student in the eighth grade
at Landovv Y^shiva, Rodney is
an honor student and outstand-
ing in Hebrew studies. He has
a straight-A average and is in-
terested in science.
Mr. and Mrs. Furmanski will
host the kiddush following serv-
ices and a reception at Forte
Towers on Sunday. Special
guests will include Dr. and Mrs.
Philip Furmanski of Ann Arbor,
Mich., Rodney's brother, Paul
William, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fur-
manski, Mr. and Mrs. William
Drucker, Mr. and Mrs. Lew
Warszawski and Lisa and Jona-
than.
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SCOTT A. FUTTERMAN
Mrs. Sol Futterman's son,
Scott Arden, will be called to
the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday at Temple Emanu-El.
A seventh-grader at Lehrman
Dav School. Scott is a member
of Bov Scout TrooD 65 at Tem-
ple Emanu-El and is active in
sports and on the bowling team.
Mrs. Futterman will host the
kiddush following services and
a recention at home the same
day. Special guests include
Scott's brothers and sisters-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mey-
OTO, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mey-
ers. Mr. *nd Ml* Ronald Fut-
terman, Mr. and Mrs. Jo-1 Fut-
t^rman. and his grandfather,
Edward Cohen.
Out-"f-town f'sts include
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B-l-s. Mrs. Kiny FalVow of
Chi-zai ,-ind Mrs. Sol Lapidus
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during the 8:30 service this
evening at Temple Emanu-El.
Consul General Astar, who
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Religious Services
MIAMI
/AT SHALOM CONGREGA-
IN, MS 8W 67th A v.. Orthodox,
fcbi Zvi Raphaely. Cantor Aron
Aron. 1
WE EME5 CONGREGATION.
M SW 19th Ave. Conservative.
Htor Sol Pakowitz. 2
MfH AM TEMPLE. 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr. Reform. Dr. Herbert M.
mgard. Associate Rabbi Mitchell
Chafltz. 3
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BREIRA CONGREGATION.
Be SW 112th St. Liberal. Rabbi
Vry Tabnchnikoff. 3 A
JfH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
rvative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
r William Lipion. 4-A
H DAVID SOUTH. 7900 SW
120th St. Conservative. Rabbi Sol
K" Cantor William Lipion. 4-B
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M) KODESH. 1T01 SW 12th Ave.
Hem Traditional. Rabbi Max 9ha-
Mt Cantor Leon Segal. Rev. Men-
del Guttrrman 8
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 648
Collins Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Sadi
Nahmiat, 1
ETZ CHAIM CONGREGATION. 1544
Waihinoton Ave. Orthodox. S2
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 1720 79th St. Causeway.
Conaervative. Cantor Murray Yav-
neh. 32.A
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AGUDAS ACHIM NUBACH SEFARD
CONGREGATION. 707 Sth St. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Mordecal Chaimovlts.
32-B
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN TEMPLE. 1021
NE Miami Gardene Dr. Conaerva-
tive. Rabbi Simcha Freedman. Can-
tor Ian Alpern. 83
Those Daring Not To Be Silent
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Boost Soviet Dissidents' Morale
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. HebreM
Religioua Community Center. 19265
NE 3rd Ave. Orthodox. 33-A
IETH TOV TEMPLE. 6438 SW 8th
t. Conservative. Rabbi Charlea Ru-
bel. 8
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION.
1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd. Con-
servative. Dr. Max A. Lipachitz.
Cantor Jacob Mendeloen. 84
BNAI ISRAEL AND GREATER MI-
AMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE. 9S00
kn set Drive. Orthodox. Rabbi Ralph
Glixm.m |-A
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 571
NE 171t St Orthodox. Rabbi Ne-
sim Gambach. Cantor Joseph Na-
houm. 38-A
8VNAI RAPHAEL CONGREGATION.
1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative.
Rahbi Victor D. Zwetllng. Cantor
Jack Lcrner. 88
ISRAEL TEMPLE OF GREATER
MIAMI 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabbi JnK.h n. Narot. to
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ltRf\-ITE CENTER. 3175 SW 29th
St.. Conservative. Rabhl Solomon
WaJdenberg. Cantor Nathan Par
naso. 11
SINAI TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE.
18801 NE 22nd Avo. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Canter Irving
Shulkeo. 37
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Bid-
nick. 38
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Zev Loff. 39
OH OLOM TEMPLE. 8755 SW 18th
-St C:..aervative. Rabbi David M.
Baron. Cantor Stanley Rich. 13
CCRA1 GABIES
JUDEA TEMPLE. 5550 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Michael B. Ei-
senstatt. Cantor Rita Shore. 40
ISRABL-SOUTH TEMPLE (former-
ly Bath Tikva). 9025 Sunset Dr. Re-
form. Rabbi Joseph R. Narst. 13-A
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SAMUEL TEMPLE. 8900 SW TSTHl
AVO., Suite ?06. Conoservatlve. 9
ZAMORA TEMPLE. 44 Zamora Ave.,
Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein.
41
ZION TEMPLE. S009 Miller Rd. Oon-
arvatlve. Rabbi Nerman N. Shapiro.
Cantor Errol Heltman. 16
HILLEL JEWISH 8TUOBNT CEN-
TER, COLLEGE STUDENT SYNA-
COGUE. Univerolty of Miami. 1100
Miller Drive. Traditional and Lib-
eral Services. Rabbi Richard A.
Davit.
HIAIEAH
TIFERETH jaCOB TEMPLE. 951 E.
4tn Ave. Conservative. 15
SURFS IDS
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9348 Harding Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Itapc D. Vine. 50
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHF CONGREGATION.
2225 NE 121st St. Conservative. Rab-
bi Dr. Daniel J. Fingerer. Cantor
Yehuda Binyarr.ln. S9
HOMISTEAB
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER.
183 NE 8th St. Conaervative. 61
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon N. Evar.
17
FORT LAUDF7DALF.
BETH ISRAEL TEMPLE. 7108 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Conaervative.
Rabbi Philip A. Labowitz. Canter
Maurice Neu. 42
i
BETH EL. 2400 Pine Tree Dr. Orthe.
doit. Rabbi Alexander Gross. 8
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H ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Mordecal Shapiro. tS
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ETH JACOB. 301 Waahington Ave.
Orthodox. Ral bi ShmarypliU T.
Swirtky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
19
EMANU-EL TEMPLE. 3243 W. Oak-
land Park Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Joel
S. Goor. Cantor Jerome Klement.
43
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 9196
NW 57th St. Conaervative. Rabbl
Milton J. Gross. 44-A
BETH RAPHAEL TEMPLE. 1543
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Elliot Winogmd. C.intor Saul Breeh.
20
YOUNG ISRAEL OF HOLLYWOOD.
3897 Stirling Rd. Orthodox. Rabbi
Moshe Bomzer. 52
BETH SHOLOM TEMPLE. 4144
Chaee Ave. Liberal. Dr. '.eon Kron-
Ith. Cantor David Conviser. 21
DEERFIEID BEACH
JEWISH CENTER BETH ISRAEL
OF DEERFIELD BEACH. Century
Village East. Conservative. Rabbi
David Berent. 62
BETH SOLOMON TEMPLE. 1031
Lincoln Rd. Modern Conservative.
Rabbi Davit. Raab. Cantor Mordecal
Yardeini 21-A
POMPANO BEACH
MARGATE JEWISH CENTER. Con-
tervative. 6101 NW 9th St. 44-B
By RACHEL WH1TEBOOK
In 1967, on his ninth trip to
the Soviet Union, Rabbi Harry
Bronstein was arrested in Kiev
by the KGB and jailed. His nose
was broken during a beating, and
had he not suffered a massive
heart attack, he would be serv-
ing a 25-year prison sentence.
Instead, he was expelled from
the country and declared per-
sona non grata.
Rabbi Bronstein's crime, he
says, was that he had allegedly
"organized Jews to demand
freedom to leave the country,"
and had brought in "illegal lit-
erature and encouraged illegal
groups to support the actions of
dissidents in Russia." He had
been reported to the authorities
by a Russian Jewish informer
fearful, perhaps, for his own
safety.
Rabbi Bronstein, a winter
resident of Miami, denies the
allegations made when he was
arrested, but he does acknowl-
edge that he was providing aid
and comfort to Jews in the
form of mezzuzahs and tallesin
and tefillin he brought in and
distributed and that he was
obtaining information for use
here. But he wasn't organizing
or encouraging illegality of any
kind because, he says, he
doesn't regard it as illegal for a
Jew to want information on
Judaism or texts in Hebrew.
Nor, he adds, does he think
it illegal for others to provide
that information.
Rabbi Bronstein's arrest did
serve an important purpose: an
organization he had founded in
1958, Al Tidom ("Dare Not Be
Silent"), became nationally
known and no longer had to
function as an underground
movement. The group, which
began with 200 supporters, now
has 17,000.
Al Tidom was founded by
Rabbi Bronstein to provide help
for Russian Jews who had lost
their jobs as a result of apply-
ing for exit permits to go to
Israel. Packages are sent to in-
dividuals there by individuals
in this country containing items
of clothing that can be resold
for as much as five times
their declared value in the
Soviet Union. With funds ob-
tained from these resales, a
Russian Jew can hope to save
the 900 rubles ($1,400) needed
BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION.
8S8 Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi I.
M. Tropper. 22
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BETH YOSEPH CHAIM CONGREGA-
TION. 848 Meridian Avo. Orthodox.
Rbfebi Dow Rozencwaig. 22-A
SHOLOM TEMPLE. 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Yaacov Renzor. 49
I'NAI 2ION TEMPLE. 200 178th 8t.
Orthodox. Rabbi Dr. Abraham I.
Jaoobson. 22-B
CHABAD HOUSE. 1401 Altoh Rd.
Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph Biston. 66
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
I Washington Ave., Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig. 23
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW
CONGREGATION. 715 Waahington
Avo. Orthodox. Rabbi Meir Masllah
Matamed.
23-A
MANu EL TEMPLE. 1701 Waah-
ington Avo. Conservative. Dr. Irving
Lohrman Cantor Zvi Adler. 24
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine
Tree Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander
S- Gross. 29
CORAL SPRINGS
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 3721 N.W. 100th Ave.
Rclorm. Rabbl Max Weltz. 44
HALLANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
416 NE Sth Ave. Conservative. Rab-
bi Harry E. 8chwartz. Cantor Jcob
Danziger. '*
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PEMBROKE PINES
TEMPLE IN THE PINES, 1900 Unl-
versity Drive. Contervative. Rabbi
Sidney I. Lubln. 63
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HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL TEMPLE. 1351 8. 14th
Ave. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Assistant Rabbi Harvey M Rosen-
feld. 46
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Waahington Ave.
Orthodox. Dr. Tibor H. Stern. Can-
B Meyer Engel. 26
BETH SHALOM TEMPLE. 4601 Ar-
thur St. Contervative. Rabbi Morton
Malavtky. Cantor Irving Gold. 46
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SINAI TEMPLE. 1201 Johnston St.
Conaervative. Rabbl David Shapiro.
Associate Rabbi Chaim 8. Littfiald.
66
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.WITCH CONGREGATION. 1120
lint Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abra-
Korf. ?
BETH AHM TEMPLE. 310 SW 62nd
Ave. Contervative. Rabbi David Ro-
aenfleld. 47-B
SOLEL TEMPLE. 5100 Sheridan St.
Liberal. Rabbi Robert Frazin. 47-C
NORAH TEMPLE. 620 75th St.
nservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
Wltz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
PLANTATION
PLANTATION JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 400 S. Nobb Hill Rd. Re-
form. Rabbi Arthur S. Abramt. 64
_ TAMID TEMPLE. 80th St. and
turn Waterway. Contervative. Dr.
jone Labovitz. Cantor Edward
fin.
. SHALOM. 7055 Bonlta Dr. Or-
ox. Rabbi Phinoaa A. Weber-
80
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL TEMPLE. 6920 SW 35th St.
Contervative. Rabbl Avrom Drazin.
Cantor Abraham Ketter. 48
Member of the Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami.
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION OF
GREATER MIAMI
4200 Bitcayne Blvd., Miami, Fla.
33137. 576-4000. Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, Executive Vice Pretident.
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. Rabbl
Seymour Friedman Executive
Director.
RABBI BRONSTEIN
to purchase an exit visa.
THE SOVIET government per-
mits these packages to be de-
livered because, Rabbi Bron-
stein says, the duty collected on
each package mailed in is an
excellent source of revenue for
the government. Indeed, he says,
if a package is for any reason
undeliverable, Soviet postal au-
thorities contact the sender
here to see if he wants it de-
livered to someone else in Rus-
sia.
Rabbi Bronstein explains that
an important part of Al Tidom's
program is to send "emissaries"
to the Soviet Union carrying
literature about Israel and trans-
literation alphabets (Cyrillic-
Hebrew), so that Jews can learn
to read Hebrew, as well as
microfilms of books on Judaism,
novels by American authors,
and other "educational mate-
rials."
He points out that the cur-
rent generation of young Rus-
sian Jews knows very little
about Judaism, having been im-
mersed from infancy in the
tenets and practices of "social-
ism" a philosophy that per-
mits no religion to flourish and
whose thesis is "religion is the
opiate of the masses."
The emissaries are tourists
who know about Al Tidom and
offer their services: yeshiva
and university students and
other casual travelers. When
asked why the Soviet govern-
ment permits them to come in.
Rabbi Bronstein replies "Mon-
ey." Tourists, students, travel-
ers bring money into Russia
and, at least in theory, bring
out very little of value.
But Rabbi Bronstein observes,
with a glinting eye, they bring
out much of value: manuscripts,
works of art (like those of Ga-
briel Glickman), letters to peo-
ple in the West and those
lists of names of Jews who will
receive parcels of goods trans-
mutabk' into funds.
THE EMISSARIES are able to
carry the "contraband" into and
out of Russia, for while their
luggage is carefully and meticul-
ously searched, their persons
aren't. And if, through an in-
former or carelessness or a
fluke, they are caught, they are
merely expelled. And since they
carry the lists of activists'
names on their persons, those
people on the lists are "safe."
Al Tidom's Phase I was to
demonstrate on behalf of Soviet
Jews, to encourage them to be-
come activists. But there has
been a change among young
Jews in Russia "they have
become fearless," Rabbi Bron-
stein says and now they re-
gard openness as necessary in
their fiRht to obtain permission
to emigrate, to obtain personal
and religious freedom. The new
generation demonstrates for it-
self, is openly activist.
AND SO Al Tidom is now in
Phase II: hence the lists of
names, the parcels sent, the
educational materials given to
anyone who requests them.
Of particular interest in this
season are the Passover par-
cels containing matzoh dif-
ficult to obtain, though avail-
able, in Russia that are sent
in. Rabbi Bronstein tells of a
Jewish taxi driver who was so
pleased to have had a small
piece of matzoh not for reli-
pious reasons, but because to
him it was symbolic: "A bite of
freedom."
Rabbi Bronstein, now unwel-
come in the Soviet Union, di-
rects Al Tidom's activities in
New York, collecting names,
arranging for narcels to be sent,
and providing guidance for
those who offer their assistance
on their travels.
Rabbi Bronstein firmly be-
lieves that his work must con-
tinue for only through en-
couragement and material sup-
port will many Russian Jews be
able to obtain the wherewithal
to emigrate. And those who
"dare not to be silent," who pro-
vide material and moral sup-
port, are the greatest motiva-
tion to the dissidents.
ANSWERS: Jamaica, Malta, Nicaragua,. Pakistan,
Sudan, Virgin Islands, Aruba, Bahamas, Bulgaria, Chan-
nel Islands, Costa Rica, Ethiopia.
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LECAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious nam*.
of ARC KI'SINKSS SYSTEMS at 1129
N.W. HI Drive, Miami, Fla., a.iius.
intend* t register mM name with
Hi.- Otark of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
K'lCnO.TO, INC.
A Kla. Corp.
Richard e uALLACR, President
BRUCE HERMEI.EE, ATTY
MILLEDOR, HORN, A HEKMELRR
Ait..rn*-y for i.pplicnnt
LEGAL NOTICt
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISrON
File Number 76-1492
Division J. GWYNN PARKER
IN RE: ESTATE "I'
GABRIEL KAII.N
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO A I.I. PERSONS HAVING
Cl AIMS nit DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE AND -M.I.
OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED
IX Till-: ESTATE:
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
iin.i ih.- administration <>f iiu- estate
of OABRIBI. KAHN, deceased. Kil.
VumiI.. i 7.--II'1-'. i.- pending In the
i -ii, mi Com i for Dane County, Flor-
ida, Probate Division, the address ol
which is n.i.i, County Coarthouae, 7:;
Wesl Flngler Street, Miami, Florida.
Th.- Personal repreat ntatlvea of the
estate are DB. DAVID U K.WIN,
whose address is 77 Vine Street,
Chestnut Mill. Mam. BtlOT, and RAB-
BI BENJAMIN M KAHN, whose ad-
dress, la 7907 Roolon Avenue, Chevy
Chana, Maryland SPOIB Tin name and
iii.ii.-ss of the personal representa-
tiv.-'s attorney are s.-t forth in-low.
All persons having clalma ot da
mandi against tin- patate are i.-.mii-
ed, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF Till-: FIRST
PI BUCATION OF TIMS NOTICE, I"
fil- willi Iln- olark of the above court
a written statement of any claim ir
.I, in.hi.i tin > may have, Bach claim
musi be In writing and must Indicate
llu- basis f,,i tin- claim, Ih*- ininn- mid
addreaa "f the creditor or his agent of
attorney, and the amount claimed, if
the ilaini la ii.,I v. I due, ihi- dad
when ii will become due shall be stat-
ed. If iln- claim is contingent or unll-
QUldatetL ih- nature of the un.ci -
talnty shall be stated, If the claim la
s.-cured. the security shall \f describ-
ed. The claimant shall deliver suffl-
cieni copies "f the claim lo the clerk
to enable the clerk to mail one copy
in .a.-h iHTNonnl reprcsentatiI, .
Ml pcisous interested in the estate
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has bean mailed are re-
.inii.d. WITHIN THREE .MONTHS
FROM THE PATE OK THE FIRST
IIHI.ICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
to file any nl.jeciions they may have
that challenges th
LEGAL NOTICt
LEGAL NOTKI
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.76-8352
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
AMELIA Ril.KSIA DE CUE8TA,
Wife.
and
.l< ISE MAXI'HI. (TESTA.
Husband.
To; JOSE MANUEL 'TESTA
Preveaos, Castro de Rev
I.UK". Spain
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
ibai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage lias been tiled against you and
you at-.- required to serve n copy of
your written defenses. If any. to il OH
a FRANK Ql'ESADA, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is KM Ponce
I>. i...... Blvd., Suite J00, Coral Ga-
bles, Florida II1S4, and file the nrig-
Inul with Hi.- clerk of the above styled
court on or before April 2::. 1 :>Ti;: oth-
erwise a default will be entered
agalnal you tor the relief demanded
In ih.- complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each Week fill four consecutive H ill I
ii THE JEWISH FliORIDl \N
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
1Mb dai Of .March. I!i7fi.
RICHARD P. BRINKBR
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By ft. M. KI8SBE
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court seaii
c FRANK QUESADA, ESQ.
*.::; Ponce De Lean iilvd.
suite MM
I'.nai Gnhles, Florida .;.".l.14
(Teleplii.n,4ii'.-2.M7i
Atturney for Petitioner
I/19-M 4 2-9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBBT GIVEN that
the uii.lcrsiirn.-.l. desiring; to encage In
business under the fictitious name ot
SEMIXol E UQVOBftat 12 Ainsley
Bldg., Miami 33132 intends to register
said name with the Clerk of ihe Cir-
cuit Court of Hade County. Florida.
BIG CHIEF TRADING CORP,
DANIEL M KEIL
Attorney for Applicant
3/lt-W-2fl 4 Ii
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned dealring i*. ngnge in
business under the flotltsMM name of
KASBAH cl.l'l: at 611 Alnale) Bldg.,
Miami. Fla. Intends lo register .said
name with Ih. Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Hail.- Couuiv. Florida,
BIG CHIEF TRADING CORP.
DANIEL M KEHi
Attorney for Applicant
S/ll-tt-M 4/2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 76-5026
NOTICE TO DEFEND
In Tin- Matter of All Adoption.
JOSEPH I.OKENZA WII.SON. JR..
and.
CORtNE USE STANFORD WILSON.
Petitioners,
Voc. HAUnv.X HINZBT, c/o Inex
Hinsey. Alicia Town, Rimini. Baha-
mas, take Notice that a petition to
adopt your natural child has beeD
filed hi this Court by the above named ,
S/3-12-19-28 petitioners, and you are renulred to ESHKslr REPRESENTATIVES:
. flic your written defenses and tra- "LRHKRT S. SHAPIRO
verses to the petition with the Clerk SHAPIUo. PltlED, WEIL & SCHEER
of Ibis Court, and to serve a copy 4"' UWrtu Road Suite 10-B
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-83
validity of the GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
dec.-dent's will, the injiillflc.-itions of ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
the personal representative, or the OF MARRIAGE
venue or jurisdiction of the court. IN RE: The Marriage of'
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS. AND -MARIA C. DIXOX.
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL Petitioner,
BE FOREVER BARRED, and
Date of the first publication of this WILLIAM DIXox,
Notice of Administration: March ill. Respondent.
i',~ DR. DAVID L. KAIIX
BENJAMIN M. KAH.N
As Peraonal Representatives of the
Estate Of GABRIEL KAHN
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR
6I>24 I'arklniid Court. No. 201
District Height* Maryland
8002S
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. 76-5969
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
l\ RY: THE MARRIAGE OF
BLMHR ROSS.
and
MARION ROSS.
TO: MARION ROSS
4IK 2nd Street
Brooklyn, New York
VOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to Nerve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to It on
WOLTSON, DIAMOND. 1/X5AN *
EDGE, P.A., attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 47 Lincoln Rd..
Ste. SO, Miami Beach, Kla.. and file
the original with the clerk of the
nls.vr styled court on or before March
31. I!'7t'.; 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 week!
in THE JEWISH F1.0RID1AN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
24th day of Fobrunry. 1976.
RICHARD P. IIRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By L SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MARK A. l.BIBGWITX
NOTICE UNDER
M, SSrm^SJmSrmtmm .hat S"**"7ffSTjotHmh c7lSuu*"Attor: -Miami Beach. jrMi'na
NOTICE IS HEREB1 04VBN that m.y gj Nw jth Av,.UUP. MJami. Tolephene: (3n:,l 538-K61
the u.dersl.n.-d. i.-siri k t .ngaga K1r|)Ml M1M ^ lh(l ^
l1 \\u,M?rtZ?\ul i.V% i v?^ .-, 1976- otherwtae a Default will be en-
,;f,.li,,'.S'.':-l:Al.;' ',.' ..!'V \iT i* ,,-r,-,l *< >"". and the iieKatio.,
ARTISTA at 2JW M AW, M.am lh(. ,VIilUm wi ,,e taken ......
Fa. Intend to register said names ith teased IiATFD- Febriiirv "7tb 19- NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
th- Clerk of the ir.uit Court df Dade w*ull Florida *eUrUar> -7"1' 19,t'- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THI
ARNOVITZ, attorney for Petitioner.
whose address is 42" Lincoln Road,
..,. ?.ul". *"'" aOaml Beach, Florida, and
il/ll'-js file the original with the clerk of the
County^ Florida.
ROI:i:i!TO EUCES
.MARIO RARRERA
3/4-12-19-26
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
Clerk. Cirouit c.uu.
By N. A. HEWETT. DC.
3/3-I2-I9-26
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CAS NO. 76-7041
NOTICe OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVtL ACTION NO. 7B-W11
each week for four consecutive weeks GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
WITNESS my hand and the seal of or MARRIAGE
above styled court on or before April
to, 1976; otherwise a default will be
entered ngalnst you for the relief de-
manded in the complaint or petition
This notice shall b. published on
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 76-154*
Division FRANK B. DOWLING
IN RE: ESTATE OF
YETTA BERGER
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED
IN TIDS ESTATE:
YO0 ARE HWRKRY NOTIFIED
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 76-943
IX RE: ESTATE OF
MAY E. LE MOAL
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
GENERAL JURISDICTION mviciriM v:,i'1 """'l MuMBl, Florida on this LV RE: THE MARRIAGE OP
INIRE THE M*RRISoBOf IMh fay of March, 1976. MICHAEL PATRICK OIJVER
HAZEL STERN JOaA^P UCHAU P. BRINKER. lytlttener-Huabund
Wlfe/Pntiiloner As ( lerk. Circuit Court and
VWfe/Fetltlo.ier Dade County. Florida ADELA N. OLIVER
GERALD W. JOGAN,
Husband/Respondent.
TO: GERALD W. JOGAN
Residence unknown
YOL' are-notified-that a Petition ear
TO ALL PERSONS HA VINO
CI THE ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL ngainst yim, and you are required to
OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED "f" a copy ot yuan- Answer to this
IN THE ESTATE: Petition on Petitioner's Attorney. AB.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED NK" SOfjOMON. 1205 Capital Bank
that the administration of the estate Building. Miami, Ttorlda and file the
that the administration of the estate "f ^ Jj LE MOAL deceased. File original Auewer with the CleMr of the
of Y'ETT\ BERtJER deceased. File -dumber 76-943 is pendltiK In the fir- above-styled Court on or before April
Number 76-1640 Is pending in the Crr- ,'ul,1 '""T*. *>f Dnde CjKinty, Florida. ".. 1. otherwise a default shall be
itde County. Florida. Frobate Division, the address
'lorida
By L. SNEEDKN
As Deputy Clerk
(I ireuit Court Seal)
LAW OFFICES OF BTRNS &
ARNOVITZ
420 Uni-oln Road, Suite 450
Miami Beach, Florida ,".3139
Attorney for Petitioner
3/19-M
cult Court fer Dud
of which entered against yoU.
Respondent -Wlfo.
TO: ADBI^A N OI.IVI.Jt
Residence I'uknown
TOU ARE HHRKBT NOTIFIBD
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a oeeay ef
your written defenses. If any. to 1 en
4/2-9 L,',;'8 R BBLLHR, attorney fer Pe-
tnioner. whose address U 420 Lincote
--------------'------------------------------__ Road. Miami Beach. Florida 33139 and
Mr>T,rr- -- ?de 5* "-hrlnsj with the clerk of
____NOTICE UNDER the above .-.tried court on or b*/or
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW March 31, 1976; otherwise a default
^SJSLifclS^S? GIVEN tht 5BLA entered acainst you ferthi
Ul LT.1 in UOO I'M OtltTl, .IHilHII .. "--------------------- --< -. ..,<-
Beach, Fla. The name and address of nmaI Lane. Haupaque. New York. The
the personal representative's attorney "um* an,d address of the persona! rep-
re s|t forth below. resentutlve s attorney are set forth
All'persons having claims or de- below,
rnandk against the estate are requlr- All persons having claims or de-
ed. WITHIN THR
THE DATE OF 1
CATIDN OF Till..
With "the clerk of the above cenrfa <;A,T4*J OK THIS NOTICE, to file
Written statement of any claim or de- w"h the clerk of the above court a
manu* they may have. Each claim written statement of any claim or de-
must *jc in writing and must indicate mund they may have. Each claim
the bfesls for the clnjaa. the name and raos' be writing and must Indicate
address of the creditor or his agent or lhJ'l.b.aKlt' .for the claim, the name and
attorney, and the. amount claimed. If address of trie creditor or his ngent or
the estate are requlr- A" persons navlng claims or de-
REE MONTHS FROM numds aralnst the estate arc requir-
THE FIRST PUBLI- '^.WITHIN THREE MONTHS PROM
HIS NOTICE, to file rHE DATE OF THE FIRST PPBLI-
the underslgnetfcdesiring to engae in "lief demanded in the complaint
this 3rd day of Waroh. 197S. business under, the fictitious name of Petition. "dihu* ec
HARJJP. BRINKER. SUNGODDKaW BOOKS K iWi B. This notice shall be published onoe
cajnis Blvd.^ MUn. Fla. Intends to ac-h week for four cooset^tlve weeks -
registar said name with the Clerk of In THE JKWISH FlJfelDtAN
the- Circuit Court of Dade County. WITNKSS nr huntl ** thV aewL ej
"** 'd eourt at Miami. Worlda enaS
24th day of February. U7.
RICH A ni) P. BlBWKia
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By L SNEKDEN
,.__.. Deputy CM
(Circuit fuurt -Seal)
2/27 J/5-1S-W
Clerk:
Seal)
: It. B. KISielsH'
Deputy-Clerk
3,S-lf-19-2H
NOTiCB #F ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT'COUBT'OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAeME- OOONTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 7-277
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR -016SOLUTION
TANIA DEKOWSKT
2/TZ J/B-H-llt
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRTAUK OF:
the dlalm is not yet dae. the dote attorney, and the anionnt lialmed. If MARTA KST.VMPONI UOiO.
wlicirit will becqsjM due shall be stat- ,he claim ts not yet due. the date Wife,
ed. If the claim la contingent or null- when it will beceme due shall ke stat- and
quidaled, the nature of the uncertain- *" '" ,h claim Is contingent or unit- JCLIO CESAR ROIG.
ty shall be slated. If the claim Is se- quidated, the nature of the uncertain- Husband,
cured', the security shall he described. >y shall be stated. If the claim Is se- TO: JLUo CESAR ROIG
The eialmant shall deliver sufficient ,Jur' security shall be described. *14 Oceanview Avenue
copies of the clahn to the clerk to en- ""'" Claimant shalT deliver sufficient Brooklyn. New-York 712SS
able the clerk to mall one copy- to cob'os of the claim to the clerk to en- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
each bersonal representative. aW'.' the clerk to mail one copy to 'hat an action fer- bl.sautution of Mar- tha an action for Dissolution of Mae
All persons interested in the estate ''"'V. r"'rso,lal representative. flage has been filed against you aad riage has been tiled aramst von TnA
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad- A", Persons Interested In th- vn" '-' -
ministration has been mailed are re- to whom a cod>-
OUlred, WITHIN THREE MONTHS ntlnistralion has
FROM THE DATE OP THE FIRST I!")' WITHIN THREE MONTHS
NOTrCC OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVS gERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COVRT OF THE
ELBVEAIT+4 JUWCIAL OIRCUIT
OF FLOHIBA, IN ANO FOR
DADECOUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 7-680
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IX RErTHRt MARRIAGE OF:
CAROL L. ATKlxsiN. Petitioner.
and
PI XIYD R. ATKINSON. JH.
Respondent.
To: FLOYD R. ATKINSON. JR.
9 iliurch Street
Mt. Holry. N^ Jersey #sn8
YOU ARE -HBRKRY NOTIFTED
gtV21iir AN.naTiUWC,*L C1RCWT IN
A NO FOtt DADE COUNTY. FLOBjlnt
OENEflAL JURISOIcflOM oWwSn
INRt THE MARHIAOBOF
MATTHEW P. HITIJ^K
Petitioaer.
vs.
C'-AIHEW. BCTLER.
Respondent.
YOU CJuAIRH. W. BklTUm,. M
Poutiae Road, Qulut-y MaaattaM
ARE HEREBY NOTIFUCD TO FILE
your wrMteo- response to this
nterested In the estate >'ol> Are required to serve a copy ot yu are required to serve a ooov 7 y'
r of this Notice of Ad- TtmjmttUn defenses. If any, to It on yor written defense*. If any/to it f"r dLtsoluUsn of'm^rH^"^.^?!.
v bS!!fu?t'toirnJS-.rf^ i&LkJ*r&2.- 5J '"oniey ''"..ALVIN GOODMAN, attorney for '"""
ALL CI^IMS, DEMANDS AND
OBJBETIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: March 19.
1976.
ROCHEL BOSKIN
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of YETTA BERGER
I loceased
ATTORNEY FOR
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE:
Rothanberg, Koean, Kornblum
tk .Hen jam In
by ZBA' W.. KOGAN.
420 Lincoln Rd. .
Miami Beach. Fin. 33139
Telephone: 634-458S,
'

nue or Jurisdiction of the court. This notice shall he ptil.llsh'.-d once or petition.
ALL CI.AIMS. DEMANDS AND each wee* tor four consecutive weeks This notice shall be inihn.i, i ___
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN each week for four con*m ?e J^S*
BE FOREVER BARRED. WITNESS my hand and the seal of in THE JEWISH PLOIUmix *ekH
Date of the first publication of this said court at Miami. Florida on this WITNESS my hand and Notice of Administration: March 19, 'J6th day of February. 197S.
?erk_?f .the above Court, and
Attrneys.
1320 South
smi. Coral Oa-
or before taw
else the Peat-
Marriage will
'nnfnanajfl
DATED; FEB. 20, 17
RICHARD P. BRINKER
By: B. J. Foy
/r.. .. Deputy Clerk
my hand and the seal of 3/19-26
197.
jane le norx
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of MAY E. LE MOAL.
11... -.,., .i
ATTORNEY FOR
I'KIIS. i.NAL REPRESENTATIVE:
KPRT WELLI8CH. ATTORNEY
AT LAW
11 Almeria Avenue. Suite 200-E
Coral Oablea, Florida 33134
Telephone 445-7954
3/19-26
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida.
By C. P. COPBLAND
As Deputy I'i.-rk
(Circuit Court Seal)
AIJ5ERT L CARRICARTE. ESQ.
-isI N.W. Tth Street
Miami. Florida 2U26
Attoraey for Petitioner
Phone No. 649-7917
3/5-12-11-2*
said court at Miami. Florida on~i
27th day of Feb.. 1976. "na
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By R. W. KISSEB
/m ,. n As D^^tv Clerk
(< ireuit Court Seal)
GOODMAN A DL'NBERG
SS .'",' ^^ Sunscl I>rlve
Miami, Florida 3S143
(305) 279-KOfiO
Attorney for Petitioner
i/r-u-M i
t/n /5-i2-it
NOTRJE UNOEFt
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Oral
the undersigned, desiring tu engage
in buaiuess under the fictitious name
"J T & L INVESTIGATIONS LTD
at Dade County. Florida Intends U
register said name with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dane County.
Florida.
THOMAS Iji FOLLETTE
Ml g

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March 19, 1976
+Jmlsii fhrMlan
Page 15-B

IECAL NOTICE
E CIRCUIT COURT POR
E COUNTY, FLORIDA
ROBATE DIVISION
FHe Number 76-1463
on JOSEPH NESBITT
STATE <>F
MENDEL,
S< E OF ADMINISTRATION
ERSi i.\S HAVING
Mi DEMANDS AGAINST
i\K ESTATE AM) ALL
EHSONS INTERESTED
ESTATE:
MH HEREBY NOTIFIED
administration 'if tin- estate
IK MENDEL, deceased, Pile
(1463, Is pending In the Clr-
i for Dade County, Florida,
iyhdoii, the addn .-.- Piagicr sir.-i. Miami, not-
personal r.nr. s. ntai ive- nf
f nro ALICE LEVY and
) levy, whose addreaa Is
104th Terrace, North -Miami
831112, The name and ad-
id ,- arc set fotih below.
ins having claims or i -
Waal ih- i siaii are ....."
STUIN THREE MONTHH
UK DATE '>K THE FIRST
JATloN OF THIS NOTICE, i"
id.- ntark of the above oourt
statement nl any claim or
they may linv.. Such claim
In writing and must indie -all
i in- claim, the name and
f Hi.- creditor or his agent or
d the amount claimed. If
s urn yet due, tin date
|kill become due shall he stat-
rlaini In contingent or unll-
lUidnle*' 'I" nature "I the uncer-
tainty .Jbn It l>c stated. If the claim is
^^^^^Bihc security shall In
I. TU* claimant shall deliver suffi-
's of the claim t" the clerk
tin- alark to nail one oapy
-i.s-.n.il reni-s.-iiinlive.
>nn IwlllllMllnl ill the estate
i iipy of this Notice of Ad-
ni lias h-^cn mailed arc re-
WTTin.V THREE MONTHS
HK DATE <>E THE FIRST
ration OF THIS NOTICE,
^HaS'iy objections they may have
Bvallei.|."'s the yaliditt nf the
will, the perfconnl representatives, or the
jurisdiction of the court.
AU, ''I VIMS. DEMANDS. AND
IUEOTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
'-HE WRi:\ ek haurkd.
Date "I Ho' first publication of this
Notl<<- "i Administration: March 19,
"1976.
BERNARD I EVY
A MCE LEVY
As Pen""' al Ri llle.-elltllliM- of the
pbtiii. of sol'IIIE MENDEL
Deceased
ATTOHm:v for
^OM i:.--1: vi'at i \ i:s
1 I;I. W. FRIED
FRIED, WEIL *

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iml Reach. Florida ;i;ii:i:i
' Tefetpkun. .....I
ICGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
ctmit
neaVl'
mtnisU':
rd.
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:: '10-26

y
dencr
your .!'
Inuun
i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tilVKN thai
the undi i i;:ned. ilealring In engage In
business under Ho in titious nann- or
LAC CCTTINfS SERVICE III S333
8 W. KK Clan. Miami. Fla. :i:lli... in-
tend to reRi.-ier said name with the
the Circuit I'ourt of Dade
m, Florida.
JOSE l.ol-E/. ."'.
BANTIACO CABRERA .'."'.
:.. 19-118 -I 2-8
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 76-8359
NEPAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Rki; 'I'll. III.u il.iK> nl
JAMES MARKS.
. ..Husl.Bitd.
' and
UttJM-: MAUEE.
U'i
KA KLINE MAREE, real-
known, are required to fil
wry- to the petition for dlsso-
marriage and oilier reilef uon-
px iu pillowing property In Dad..
^^Kt>.
t I. IIiock 1ft T44IKD ADDI
. TO STAJMJGHT. a..onl-
i .the Flat thereof, as record-
I'lnt Hook M. MB* 82. of
UbltC Records of Dane t'oun-
Florida.
fa 8981 N.W :'"7 I niic,
Miami. Florida.
tin i i.-i i. of the above Court and
,, cop] llnn "I upon the peli-
- attorney, Herman Cohen,
US S.W. 1st Street, -Miami,
a. 381)0, on or before April irn.
elec uetillon will he confessed.
Mar: 18, 176
Richard P. Drinker,
Clerk, Circuit Court
Ry M. J. Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
I/l- 4/:'-!'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
MCE IS HEltEltY GIVEN that
ml. i .une.l. ile-iiinir to entrain- in
nc under the fictitious name of
DA SUNDRIES at Kit Collins
Miami Beach. Fla. Intendu to
said name with the Clerk of
I Circuit I'ourt of Dade County.
nr
J.NWACR ENTERPRISES,
a Fla. Corp.
Kwitney of
tin i. Kroop A Bchelnberg
ihicoln Road. Suite .'!-
BOh, Fla.
ney for Applicant
J/12-19-26
NC.
4/2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
JTICE IS HEREHY C.IVE.N that
InderslRtied. lUeirinff to tttWP In
under the fictitious name of
(HIE APARTMENTS ut 4.1U1
Avcnc" Miami Beach. Fla..
i.- said name with
Circuit Court of Dade
|t>. Florida. ....
: VESTMENTS. N.V.
VKTHBRI ANDS ANTILLES
CORPORATION_______
JORGE COI-OMA. PRE8ID*NT
kROMMRKMAN
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Nvmlier 76-1498
Divi.ien NESBITT
IN RE: ESTATE oF
JOSEI'I-'NK II Mil KAN a,i. I
Josephine PANOHle,
D.. a-, d
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
To Al.l PERRONS II.W INtl
CI.VIMS OR DEMANDS ADAIN8T
THE AIIOVK BST.XTR tvn \t I,
OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai Hi. a.lininl-liali......f the "slate
if JOSEPHINE II M.LKA.N a/k/a
JOHEPHLNB PANOItl.E, iln as. d,
File Number 76-1495, is pendlns in
Hi. Circuit Court f Florida, Probate Dlvlxlnn, the addreaa
of ivhlch la Dail. "'i.iiniy i'ourt House.
7.1 Weal Flaler Street Miami. Florida
88189 Tin- personal repreaentalive of
tin .state is DAVID P. II. McLEAN,
wlio-e addreaa la 1940 N \\ 42nd
Court. Fort I aud. iilali. Florida 88809.
The name and adilveaa of the personal
11 nr. nticive's iittnrney are set forth
below.
All pei'snns liaxiai- rlaltna or de-
mands against the esiaii are reaulr-
ed. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
1'1'Ill.lCATIO.N OF THIS NOTICE, to
die with the clerk of the abovi oourt
a written statement of any elalnt or
demand they iua\ have. Each claim
must In- iii wriUna and must Indicate
Hie liasis for the claim, thi- nanie and
addn wi of the aredltoi or his am-nt or
attorney, and the amount outlined. If
the claim is not ret due. the date
When it will booome due shall be stat-
ed. If the claim is .ontlinrent or unli-
quidated, the nature of the uncer-
tainty shall be stnlid.. If the claim Is
secured, the security shall In- describ-
ed The elaimant shall deliver suffi-
cient copies of the claim to the ulark
io enable tin- clerk to mall one copy
to caeb personal represctitatiye.
All par na batereated in the eatate
to whom a-copy of this Nottee of- Ad-
ministration- haa been mailed arc re-
.mired. WITHIN THREE .MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PFHLICATIOX OF THIS NOTICE,
i.i file any objections they may hnve
IhHt challenuvs the validity of the
deeedelll's will, the i|Ualifieat ions of
'the i.i i.ii.i: representative, or the
venue or Jurisdiction of the eourt.
All. CLAIMS, DEMANDS, AND
OIUHCTIONS NOT so FILED WILL
HE FOREVER BARRET)
hale of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: March 19.
1970,
DAVID P. B. McLEAN
As Personal Kepres.-nlative of the
IN..... of JOSEPHINE It Mel BAN
a/k a JOSEPHINE PANORLH
I le< east d
ATTORNEYS For
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE:
FAl'NCB, FINK A: FORM AN
::iiuii His. ayio- lllvd., Suite 4"L'
Miami. Florida 83187
T" lephone: 371-S47I
8/18-86
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 76-1S62
Division J. GWYNN PARKER
IN UK: ESTATE OF
BARRY VOUKE
I leieised
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
in ALL PERSON8 BAVINtl
Cl AIMS or DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE:
Vol' ABE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai the admlntatration of the estate
ol HARRY YOKKE. deceased. File
Number 76-15<1J. is pendiiiK In the Clr-
nil court for Dalle County. Florida,
Probate Division, the addreaa of which
is ;:: West Plaglar, Miami. Florida.
The personal representative of the es-
tate is FLORENCE GREEN BERG,
whos. address is 4-" Kenneli.c Road.
"'berry Hill. New Jersey. The name
.mil addreaa of the poratmal rapre-
s.nlalive's attorney are set forth he-
low.
All person- haviiiK claims or de-
mands agalnat the estate are renuir-
cl. WITHr.N THREE MONTHS
FltOM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PI'HI.ICATIo.N OF THIS NOTICE, to
file With, the clerk of the above I oUlt
a written statement Of any claim nl'
di ninnd they may have. Each claim
must be in writing and must Indicate
the basis for iln claim, the name and
..ddre. s of tin creditor or his agent or
attorney, and the amount claimed. If
the claim is not y.t due. the date
When it will become due shall be stat-
ed. If the claim is cnntiimeiii or unli-
itUldaled. the nature of the unc.i-
lalnty ahull he slated. If the claim i-s
secured, the security shall be describ-
ed. The claimant shall deliver suffi-
cient copies ol the claim to the clerk
fo enable the clerk to mail i.......i>\
to each personal representative.
All persons Interested in the estate
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FRO.\i* THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PITJI.ICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
to file any objections they may have
that challcnijfcs the validity of the
decedent's will, the u.ulificalions of
the personal representative, or the
venue or Jurisdiction of the court.
AIL f I AIMS. DEMANDS. AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
HE FOREVER BARRED.
Dnii of the first publication of this
.Notice of Administration: March IH.
IH7
FLORENCE QRBBNBBftG
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of HARRY YoRKE
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
HARRY ZIKKHNICK
42" Lincoln Road
Miami I'.each. Florida 33139
Telephone: 538-7337
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, deslrlaS '" ensfte In
business under the fictitious name of
GRANADA COIN LAITNDRT at PM7
Southwest Mh Street, Miami, Florida
intends to leuisler Hald name with the
Clerk of the Clr.ui'. Court of Dado
Countv. Florida.
AETHER ALEXANDER
2/27 8/8-18-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 76-1276
Division JOHN R. BLANTON
IN RE: ESTATE I IF
JOSEPH MARSON
a/k/a -I' B MARS' IN
I leceas.d
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE
ESTATE:
YOV A AH HEItEHY NOTTFIED
thai the administration of the estate
JOSEPH M ARSON, deceased, File
Number 76-1276, is pending In the
Circuit Court for Dad.- County, Flor-
ida. Probate Division, the addreai of
which Is 73 West Flakier Street, Mi-
ami. Fla. :I31"1. The uersonal repre-
sentative of the estate is I.1LL1E
MARSON. whose addreaa is 8811 Col-
lins Avc.. Surfside, Fla 83184. The
name and address of the personal ep-
reaentattve'a attorney are set forth
below .
All persona having claims or de-
mands against the estate tire requir-
ed, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FRo.M THE DATE OF THE
FIRST P1BUCATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file with the clerk
of the above rourt a written statement
of any cluiiu or demand they may
have. Each claim must.be in writiiiK
and must indicate the liasis for the
claim, the name and address of the
creditor or -hia MPJlt or attorney, .and
the ajnount claimed, if Hie claim is
Uot yel due, the date WOen It will be-
i-ome due shall he stated. If the claim
is continireiit or-'Millualdalid, the na-
turenf-lhe uncertainty shall he stated
If the claim Is secured, the security
shall be described. The claimant shall
deliver, sufficient crmies of the claim
to the clerk to enable the olerk to
mall one copy to each personal repre-
sentative.
All persons interested in the estate
to whom a cony of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE oF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
to file any objections they may have
that ohnfhiiKis the quallficatlpna of
the personal representative, or the
venue or jurisdiction of the court.
Al L CLAIMS, DEMANDS, AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER UARRED
Hate of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: March 12,
1076
LII.LIE MARSON
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of JOaeph Marson a/k/a
Joe Marson Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR
I f.RSONAL REPRESENTATIVE:
Mi.iiaci Rechler
407 Lincoln Road, Miami Hench. Fla.
88133
Telephone: B88-85U
3/12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the Miderslsned destiine; to t nffaeTc m
business und.r the fictitious name of
LITTLE I.EAOPE SPORTS DIREC-
TORY at 14701 N E. '' Avenue, North
.Miami. Fla. Intends to reaieter said
name with the Clerk of th. circuit
Court of hade County, Florida.
SAM TVRCO
Sole Owner
3/I2-18-S6 4/3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 76-1169
Division 15
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARGAKET CARVER HAYI.E.
Dec. ased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ABOVE ESTATE AND AM. OTHER
PERSONS INTERESTED IN TDK
ESTATE:
roil ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the administration, of the estate
ol MARARKT I ARV8jLllAYI.E, de-
ceased, Pile Number 760i..'.i, is pend-
ing In the circuit Court for Dane
County, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is 73 West Fluffier
Street, -Miami. Florida. The personal
representative of the Estate li B.
Ervin GnylCj whose address is 1800
N.w 187th Terrace, opa Locks., Flor-
ida .I3ui, i The name and address of
" V"..... n......'resenlative's attorney
are aet forth below.
.in usaMMia i.rtviinr claims or de-
mamls against the .fate ur- reoulr-
Sd. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FRo.M THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PPHI.ICATIO.N OF THIS
NOTICE, to file with the clerk
of Him above court a. written itatojm nt
of any claim fir demand tiny may
have. Each claim must be in wrltbtR
and .must indicate the basis for the
claim, the name ami address of the
creditor ..r his iie.-nt ,.r attorney, and
the amount claimed. If--Uie .da>m is
not yet due, the date when It. will, la-
come due shall be statid If'tli.-.claim
is conllllKellt or unlloiiidated. the n.i-.
lure of the uncertainty : hall l. ai.i.t. d
If the claim Is aeojured, the security
shall b*- .le^- nt.. .1 The claimant rilthll
deliver sufficient copies of thr. claim
to the clerk to wimble the clerk to
mall one copy i esjch p< raonal repre-
sentative.
All persons Interested In the estate
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has neon mailed are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE "F THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTTCK.
lo file any objections they may have
thai i halleiu,-! s Hie validity of the
decedent's will, the Qualifications ol
the personal representative, or the
venue or jurisdiction of the court.
All. CLAIMS. DEMANDS, AND
OBJECTIONS N't iT so FILED WILL
BE FOREVER HASHED.
Date of the lust publication of this
Notice of Administration: March 12,
1876.
E. ERVIN OAT1 E
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of MarKaret Carver O.iyle
I leceasen
ATTORNEY FOR
PBHS) i.VAL REPRESENTATIVE:
Franklin D. Kreutzer. Ess.
3041 N.W, 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33138
Telephone: J4i-2505
3'12-l?
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. ITU E IS UEHEIO GIVEN ih'.t
tip underalKned, desiring .....URSM In
iiusin. s- under the fictitious name of
BfCYLAKE CARVEL ..' L7M N B. v
Street, North Miami -Beach, Fla., .:*.'-
. .1 to reJDaler said name with
l l.rk of the circuit Court Ol Dm
C'Untj. Florida.
HAGES, INC,
JACK D. GOLDSTEIN, Preahlont
BARR1 D. BCHREIBER. ATTT.
BRBGKR *- BCHREIBER
Attorneys for Applicant _
8/86-3* 8/1-18
Nl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
i'I'ICE IS HEREHY UUVEN 8Jal
rhi .....lerslamed. desiring to ensac< in
business und.r the fictitious nan"- of
DESIGNED ADDITIONS at 1028 Kane
i oraoui-i Bay Harbor Islands. FH" -
ida S3U4 intends to register said USjme
with the Clerk of the Circuit Cain
of Dad. County, Florida.
IJI'AI.ITV INDISTRIES CORP.
CYPEN K NKVINS
Auoruova for Quality Industries Corp.
838 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami I:, ach, Florida 33140
:; 18-19-36 i/4 2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKHEKY-C.IVE-N that
h. undeci :-' d, d.-irinu to ..-pKage in
business under the fictitious name, of
DUBIGNBD I'oiii.s at 4025 Kane Opn-
.i.u'-i lHty**Ha*bor island-. Floai <
13154 Intends to resteter said panv
with lb. Clerk of the Circuit Court, of
laid. County, Florida
GL'AUTY 1NDI STRII'.S CtJHP.
CYPKN & NE\ INS
Al.toBm ys ,1'ocyuality Industries Cfrp
R2S Arthur Godfrey Road
M'oml Bi-a-li. Flnrid.r 8V13-13-36 i'2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tllVBN hrit
the imrier-oitm-d.- deHemg-tH-se;a4te in
laisine'- -undi e the fictitious nann* of
TICo-s IIESTM'RANT. AND CgdfK-
TICRI \ at 2: East B Stract. Hlaldnh,
Fla. mtf.nds to ronlgler said nann
vilth the clerk of the 'Intuit'Court of
.Dade '.aiuiti \. Flerida.
ALBERTO VILI.ASUSO
DANIEL M. KEll.
Alt.i ill.. (ST Applicant
1 12-18-26
a 2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN (hnt
tin und.TsiKned, desiring to einjgUM In
business under the fictitious li.line, "t
PROFESSIONAL PROPERTY MAN-
AQEMENT at 4800 plnetree Drive,
Miami Reach, Fiorina Intends to re.
later -aid nann with the clerk nf
the Circuit Court of Dad. County,
Florida
ROBERT*FBICTVIEN, Sol.. Owner
Paul K w iuiey of
Kwitney, (Croon A Bchojubenc, PA
t for Applh-ant
680 Lincoln Rd., Miami Reach
:: 12-18-26 I '2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MARTINEZ CFSTOM CABINET at
7108 N.W. 71 St., Medley, Fla., Intends
lo resistor said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
ADOl.PU martini:/.
2/27 8/8-18-13
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
CIVIL ACTION NO 76-5845
GENEqAi .lumSDICT'ON DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage Of:
INEZ SIMON,
Pi t It loner.
and
PHILLIP SIMON.
Respondent.
TO: PHILLIP SIMON
39 Kichvlew Road. Apt. 210S
Etoblcoke, Ontario
Canada
YOI ARE HEREHY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage bn- '"-en riled agslnst you and
you. are -eoulred to serve a copy of
your written defenses, if any. to it on
ROHKRT H. BURNS, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 420 Lin-
coln Road. Suite 4Sf>. Miami Reach.
Florida, and tile the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before March 31, 1876: otherwise a
default will he 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 bund and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
23rd day of February, 1976.
RICHARD P. HRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By L. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
I AW OFFICES OF BURNS A
AHNOVIT2
420 Lincoln Road. Suite 45"
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
At.orney for Petitioner ^^
3/13-26
sey for Applicant
3/12-18-36
4/3
NOTICE UNDtTR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERE I tl GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring In engage 111
business under the fictitious name of
PAINTS 'V PAILS at 1KS63 Blscayne
Blvd.. North Miami. Florida Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
th. Circuit Court of Dade County.
Fie r4d,
EDRON. IMC.
3/13-26 4/2-3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of GENERAL ELECTRONICS SERV-
ICES at 166 S.W. 1 Street. Miami.
Fla Intend to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
tVmniy. Werlda.
ALFREDO RUANO, 50%
PBOttO L HERNANDtTZ. 110*
1/6-12-18-26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number: 75-8169
JUDGE FRANK DOWLING
In Re: ESTATE OF
ESTHER T. HOLMES, DECEASED
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO Al 1. PERSONS HAVING. CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL OTHBH
PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE
ESTATE;
V.iC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai the administration of the eatati
of ESTHER T HOLMES. .Leased.
Fib- Number: 7B-8168, is pending i"
the Circuit Court for Dade County,
Florida, Probate Division, the address
Of which Is Room 3"7. Dade County
Courthouse, Miami, Florida. 33130, The
personal representative of the e*4Atc
is AUDREY M SMITH, whose oldies
is 11801 SW 63rd Avenue. .Miami. Flor-
ida The name and address of the per-
sonal representative's attorney nee
Bel forth below
All persons having claims or de-
mands against the estate arc requir-
ed WITHIN THREE MONTHS
PROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PCltl.lCATlON OF TMIS
NOTICE, to file with the clerk
of tin- above court a written statement
Of any claim or demand thev may
have Each claim must be In writing
and must Indicate the basis for the
claim, the name aud address of the
creditor or his great or attorney, und
the amount claimed. If the claim is
a..1 vet due. the date when it will he-
come due shall lie stated. If the claim
is contingent or unliquidated, the na-
ture of the uncertainty shall be stntcd.
If the claim is secured, the security
shall be described. The claimant shall
dcl'ver sufficient conies of the claim
to the clerk to enable the clerk to
mall one copy to each nersonal repre-
sentative
All persons interested In the estato
to whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBI ICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
to file any abjections they may have
thai challenges the validity of the
decedent's will, the rjuallflcatloni ol
the personal reorsentatlve. or the
venue or Jurisdiction of the court.
Ml. Cl AIMS. DEMANDS. AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
HE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notic- of Administration: March 12,
1976.
AUDREY M. SMITH
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of ESTHER T. HOLMES,
deceased.
ATTORNEY FOR
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE:
Marshall B. Fisher.
3655 South Dixie Highway. Ste. 360.
Miami. Florida. 33156
(305) 606-5827
3/12-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the und. rslgned, desiring, to engage in
business und. r the fictitious name "f
A & D AUTO REPAIR AND SERV-
ICE at 341 N.E. 68 St., Miami. Fla
intends lo register said name wiih
the Clerk nf the i Ircull Courl of Dade
County, Florida.
DAVE EBKINAZI, I Iwner
STANLEY BRODY
At tome) fol Applicant
3/18-18-26 4 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage,
i business un.l.r the fiutltloua narna
Of CHAMPION SI'iiRTlNH Hoi.OS
CENTER al 1874-A Collins Avesue,
.Miami Beach, Fla., Intends to refttaica
-.n.i ii..it., i it h the i 'l-rl; of i m Or-
cum Courl of Dad.- County. Flnrioa. --
WIG1 low ENTERPRISES. INC .
3/6-12-18r8<
-----------------------------
E LAW
Gl\ EN tat.,
to iicIk-.i in*'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREI'l
Hi. undersigned, desiring lo engage
business und.r the HotlHous nani. "I ,
119 I'i.AZA al Northwest 119th Str.l.
..n.i Mb Avenue, NMb Miami. I"U-- ;.
Ida intend k. register said nann. with-,
the Clerk ol the Circuit Court ,ot'
Hade County, Florida
BABY HEHAR. AS Till STEE
GOBY \ AlNM'EIV. A8TRI'STBB, ,
JAIME BCHAPIRO, AS TRUSTEE ..
Slli:\ IN, .-UAI'O A SHEVIN. P.A.
Attorneys for 119 Plaza
2688 South Bayshore Drive ..
Mlnnii, Florida 88133
:: 12-19-81

I
.
l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN .
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 76-5442
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
In re the marriage of
LORRAINE E NATALE.
Wife/Petitioner,
anil
BAI I'll JOHN NATALE,
Husband/Respondent
TO: RALPH JOHN NATALE
631 East 219th Street
llronx. New York
YOII ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar- (
riat'. has been filed against you and .
you are required to serve a copy of'
your written d.-fenses, If anj-, to It -on ,.
1 Ol IS OLAZBR, attorney for Petl-, ,
tion.-r, whose address is 117U Blscayne
Boulevard, North Miami. Florida, and
file the original with the Clerk of the
above styled court on or before March
29. 1976: otherwise a Judgment nSay ,
he entered against you for the reSe! .
demanded In the eomnlalnt or petition.
WITNESS my hand and the sealiOt .
said court i.t Miami. Florida, on this
19th day of February'. I*'*-
RICHARD P. BRISKER
aa Clerk, Circuit Court
By: L. SNEEDEN
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal. ^^


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Page 16-B
+Jewish fhridian
Friday, March 19, i97(,
The Pantry Pride Weman
knows it's smart te shop and
Save on
finest Quality
j CFoods!
She knows Price! She knows Quality
She won't take one without the other!
PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU
SATURDAY, MARCH 30.
AT PANTRY PRIDE STORES IN
DADE COUNTY
HAUANDAIE AND HOUYWOOD
^w^2T &et more
FOR YOUR
HOIMUOOO >OD dollar
I siiMrs J *T
-y-------PANTRY PRIDE
DISCOUNT FOODS
CUSTOMER MAY PURCHASI All THE STARREO ITEMS WITH ONI $7 00 ORDER
OK MORE EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
SAND NUTRITIOUS
Golden
\Ripe
Bananas
29
GARDEN FRESH
Sno-White
Cauliflower
59c
US.O.A, CHOICI
BEEF ROUND
I
$129
1
LB.
HEAD
GAROIN IIISM WILL TRIMMIO
Green Cabbage........................,.9C
VAHNCIA IIORI0A JUKI (PICK YOUR OWNI- -_ _
#>______ TMIN SKIN IAIGI tl C tJ
Oranges mm........ 10,0.1
INDIAN RIVIR SIIDLISS WMHI
Grapefruit Y,r 6 ,<* $1
U.S. NO. I All PURPOSI (PICK YOUR OWN)
Yellow Onions.......................*. 19C
GAROIN IIISH ^
Fla. Carrots 2 ..'g 19*
CAIOtN PUSH TfNOII
Pole Beans....................3 89*
ASSOITID COLORS IIIVI PLANTS) __
Mums...................................................pV,$1?a9
CALIFORNIA SUNKIST EASY TO PEEL
Navel Oranges
EXTRA LARGE
56 SIZE
PICK YOUR OWN
8 98
ALL FLAVORS
J
Bottom
Round Roast
USDA CNOICI llll IOUND _, __
Eye Round Roast i. '1 '
USOA CHOICIIIIF LOIN -
Sirloin Steaks .$1M
USOA CHOICI IIIF
Rib Steak.......WSL...................$1M
USOA CHOICI IIIF
Chuck Blade Steak ,. 89l
USDA CHOICI Hill CHUCK _
Pot Roast......................i.. I29
USOA CHOICI llll LOIN
Porterhouse Steak u *179
USDA CHOICI till CHUCK UNOIRiLADI
Bnls. Pot Roast sl39
USDA CHOICI SilF CHUCK SHOULDIR .
Arm Pot Roast 1. $129
USDA CHOICI llll CHUCK RONIIISS .
Shoulder Steak 1. $149
USDA CHOICI
Beef for Stew i.$l39
D..I USDA CHOICE
$439
mm
Rump Roast
FLA. 01 SHIPPID PRIMIUM IRISH
Fryer Quarters..................... 59*
FLA. OR SHIPPID PRIMIUM IRISH
Fryer Parts....:S.S:j;;..i.. 99*
Premium
Fryers
FLORIDA OR
SHIPPED
FRESH ICED
. WHOLE
48
LesCal 4
Yogurt
8-OZ.
CUPS
99
KRAFT CRACKER 1ARRII MILLOW
Cheddar Cheese
PIllSaURY 1UTTIRMILK
pBasic
SAVE 30
Geisha LighflB
Chunk Tuna

25
f> v>-OZ.
V CAN
PACKED
IN OIL
UMIT ONE CAN PLIASf WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF S7.00 OR MORI. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
[Basic
rBartrain
SAVE 46
PURE
VEGETABLE
48-OZ.
BOTTLE
lIMTT ONE ail. PHASE WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF S7 00 OK MORI. EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
pBasic
[bargain
PANTRY
PRIDE
ON FIVE CANS!
8-OZ.
CAN
LIMIT FIVE CANS PLEASE. WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF S7 00 OR MORE EXCLUDING CIGARIITIS J}
PANTRY PRIDE HALVES
Bartlett
Pears
3$1
16-OZ.
CANS
PANTRY PRIDI YlllOW ClING
"t riDi riiiow ciino r,
Peaches.....!'......3 cam 1
PANTRY PRIDI -
Cranberry Sauce 3 8S$1
PANTY PRIM -
Stewed Tomatoes 3'^'1
PANTRY PRIDI
Whole Tomatoes 8*39'
PANTRY PRI0I SLICIDOR
Cut Green Beans 4 ";?,'$1
PANTRY PRIDI
Sliced Carrots 4 SS$1
PANTRY PRIM SLICIO OR t M
Whole Beets .4 ttS*l
PANTRY PRIDI WHOll OR SLICIO t M
White Potatoes 5 & $ 1
1
Facial Tissue 2 <7&!
SARA LEE FROZEN
Pound
Cake
lOV.-OZ
. PKG.
89
PANTRY PRIDI FROZIN
Coffee Lightener
PANTRY PRIDI FROZIN
Broccoli Spears 3
14-OZ.
CONT.
23*
1
10-OZ.
PKOS
^
COrilANO 1PICID SIICIO
Luncheon
Meats
KAHNS COOKED COTTO SALAMI On
Dutch Loaf & 79
LAND O'FROST SLICIO ALL VARIITIIS^.
Smoked Meats 2 ,5;^ 95*
79
PANT.RY PRIDE
Cream
Cheese
All MIATSI CHIISE SIICIO TO OROIR AT STORIS HAVING COl'N'EIS
Turkey "c~^'f
Roll ast99
'RtSHlY SMOXD
HALF
L8.
OSCAR MAYER MEAT OR BEEF
Sliced
Bologna V,
PANTRYPRIQfrMNG SIZE
Bread
Baby White Fish $1M
QJd IVUIwauke
JOOZ.
LOAVES
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. NONE SCH^dEA^rT
OR
CARLING BLACK
LABEL BEEN
12-OZ.
NO RET.
BOTTLES


Friday, March 19, 1976
fJewist Fk>ri!dF/?ar
Page 17-B
Wiesel Talk Opens Beth Sholom
Bicentennial Tri bute on Sunday
mple Beth Sholom's Bicen-
tennial tribute "How America
Influenced the Jews and
How the Jews Have Influenced
America'' begins on Sunday
u itli a lecture by Elie Wiesel
and an exhibition of art of Luise
and Morton Kaish.
Elie Wiesel, author, play-
wright and lecturer, will discuss
'The Future of the American
Jew" at 8:30 p.m., according to
an announcement by Dr. Leon
Kronish, the temple's spiritual
leader.
Bite Wiesel is one of the most
gifted and sensitive contempo-
rary Jewish writers. His lectures
are recognized as cultural
events, experiences of emotion-
al depth and intellectual chal-
lenge.
Wiesel has been called a mod-
ern-day "Wandering Jew." A
native of Signet, Hungary, this
I p-age survivor of Auschwitz
and Buchenwal-J is today a re-
nowned spokesman for his
E HAS received many 'in-
to -. among them the Prix Medi-
!>r his "Beggar in Jerusa-
the Prix Rivarol, the Jew-
[ i>'i Heritage Award for Excel-
nee, the National Jewish Book
^Council Award and the Re**ie*n-
nce Award of the World Fed-
eration of the Bergen-D la n
Association.
Rooks by WiesH i nclude
"Night," "Dawn," "The A<-oi-
d-nt." "The Town Beyond the
Wall." "The Gates of the Fo-
ELIE WIESEL
re t," "The Jews of Silence,"
"L .', n ts nf Our Time," "One
Gei tion After," "Souls on
Fi e," "The 0 min" an.l "The Madness of
God."
r 'cpi.'nt of honorary
doctorates from many academic
institutions, Wiesel is Distin-
a isheu Prof?ssor of Judaic
ii 'i at City College of New
York.
WIESEL'S lecture will be pre-
c >ded by a reception and an
e?hibitinn of works bv Luis?
and ^'o-ton Kaish. a husband
and 'v'f t-am. at 7 o.m. in the
temple's art gallery.
Luise Kaish, recipient of a
Tiffany Grant and of Guggen-
heim and Rome Prize Fellow-
ships, has achieved distinction
over two decades through her
deeply religious bronze and
stainless steel sculptures.
Morton Kaish. who studied in
Paris and Florence, has achiev-
ed a solid reputation for his
powerful paintings.
Other lectures will be pre-
sented bv Father Malcolm Boyd.
Episcopalian minister; Rabbi
Balfour Brickner, codirector of
the Commission on Social Ac-
tion of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations; and
Marshall Sklare, professor of
Sociology at Brandeis.
FOUR FILMS, each with its
own round-table discussion, are
rltnned fo rthe Judaica film-
rest, and, at the end of May.
concerts featuring Leonard
Brn-tun and the New York
Philharmonic and Andre Kos-
m rz and the Philharmonic.
soprano Eileen Farrell and pian-
ist Jerome Lowenthal will cli-
max the celebration.
The lectures and films will be
given at the temple, the con-
rts at the Miami Beach Thea-
tre of the Performing Arts.
The n; eject's chairmen are
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Amdur.
Tickets for the Wiesel lec-
ture are available at the temple
office, as is information about
the other lectures, films and
r-oneirts on th; Bicentennial
program.
Longtime BB Activist Is Guest
\t Annual Installation Brunch
r
Gerald Kraft of Indianapolis,
national chairman of the B'nai
LB'rith Committee on Planning
Ritt-r. Jack Sloan and Tom
Schwartz.
A former president of the
Indiana ?tat3 Association and
B'nai B'rith District Two, Kraft
was appointed to his present
post in 1974. The planning and
res sarch committee is concern-
ed with the development and
g owt'i of B'nai B'rith and is
engaged in studies and evalua-
tions on all aspects of the or-
ganization.
A member of the internation-
al board of oovernors, Kraft has
been active in B'nai B'rith af-
fairs for most of his adult life.
He most recently served as
B'nai B'rith's international mem-
bership chairman. He also is a
member of the Indiana Regional
Advisory Board of the Anti-
Defamation League and is a
director of the Hillel Founda-
tions of Indiana.
Tickets, for the installation
brunch are available through
any B'nai B'rith president or at
the B'nai B'rith Regional office
in Hollvwood.
Rabbi Landau to Conduct
Adult Ed Seminars in N.Y.
GERALD KRAFT
[and Research, will be guest
speaker at the annual installa-
Ltion of officers of the B'nai B'-
frith Council of South Florida
Lodges on Sunday morning,
March 28, at the Eden Roc Ho-
tel, it was announced by out-
[going council president Barry
,T. Gurland.
Eighteen officers and trustees
[ will be installed for one-year
; terms on the South Florida
Council, the governing body of
Dade County's more than 40
B'nai B'rith lodges. To be in-
stalled are Louis Hymson, presi-
I dent; Sid Schwarzbach, presi-
[ dent-elect; Robert Hoffman,
Kenneth Hoffman, Maurice
j Mehlman and Richard Zimmer-
| man. vice presidents; Seth J.
| Krebs, secretary; and Marvin
Reckerman, treasurer.
Trustees are Louis Bonchick,
rtrtag Cipers, Mel Feigeles,
m. Col. Nat Kutcher,
*j Kt, Harry Nissel. Sid
Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth
David Congregation will con-
duct two seminars in adult edu-
cation during the 76th annual
convention of the International
Organization of Conservative
Rabbis in New York, March 28
through April 1.
The theme of this year's con-
vention is "Their Life Is a
Text."
An innovative concept that
implies "the sharing of ideas"
called "Lunch and Learn"
will be introduced. Experts in
their fields will encourage a
responsive atmosphere among
the other participants. Rabbi
Landau w'll conduct h's special
session. "Life As A Tc-xt"
sessions not based on the study
of a "traditional" text, but focus-
ing on organizing adult educa-
tion courses on such topics as
The Jewish Community. Be-
reavement. Guilt, How To An-
swer Your Child, Parpnt Effec-
tiveness Training and the Cycle
of Life. Technioues for involv-
ing members of the class as well
as pvnp'-ts in the field will be
included.
Rabbi Landau is an adlunct
n'-of-ss'"- at Florida Interna-
tional University, in the Adult
Edirat'on and *'"* Continuing
Education for Adults depart-
ments. His ev"-tise in adult
education enabled him to de-
liver papers at the Internation-
al Conference of Adult Educa-
tion last vear.
JWV Auxiliary 723 Plans Meetings
The JWV Harry H. Cohen
Post and Auxiliary No. 723
plans a general meeting on Sun-
day, March 21, at 10 a.m. at
the Surfside Community Cen-
ter.
The group will install new
officers on Sunday, March 28,
at 7:30 p.m. at the Washington
Federal building, 1133 Nor-
mandy Dr.
President is Ann Horn, pub-
licity chairperson is Mildred
Revzin.
Israel Bonds Will Honor
The Gordons at Moorings
Moorings residents Hy and
Yetta Gordon have been named
recipients-elect of the State of
Israel Solidarity Award, it was
announced today by Hy Selig,
chairman, Moorings Israel
Bonds Committee.
The presentation will be made
at a "Salute to Israel" breakfast
on Sunday. March 28, at 9:30
a.m. i iT the Moorings Social
Auditorium.
Special guest is Eddie Schaf-
fer. American Jewish folk hu-
morist, at the event which is
sponsored by the Israel Lodge
No. 2676 B'nai B'rith and co-
sponsored by the Hadassah
Juiiea Chapter and the B'nai
B'rith Women's Chapter.
Active in the Mr. & Mrs.
Club. Men's and Women's Club,
B'nai B'rith Lodge and Forty-
Fivers, Hy Gordon is a diamond
pin member of the Detroit Busi-
nessmen's City of Hope and
Century Lodge member, while
a Gordon is a life member
of th National Council of Jew-
Women, Hadassah, City of
Hope and Pioneer Women.
Israel Bond committee chair-
m n are Lou Bonchick, Rose
K isler, Ceil Schwarzbach, Edith
Churgel. ffving Levy, Jack Zie-
MR. & MRS. GORDON
gelheiffl and Eva Sains.
Milton M. Parson, executive
director. Greater Miami Israel
Bond Organization campaign,
said that more than S3.2 billion
in Israel Bonds have been sold
since the inception of the cam-
paign in 1951, with 85 percent
of the proceeds coming from the
id States.
Boi !' ion added, are the
bone of Israel's economic
i .i nework, stimulating the
wth of agriculture, com-
: erce, industry, mining and
And they have created
fob opportunities for hundreds
of thousands of Russian Jewish
an.l other immigrants.
Louis Wolf son 11 (right), senior vice president of Wo-
metco Enterprises, received a special plaque in recog-
nition of his distinguished service as general chairman
of the third annual Histadrut Pro-Am Golf Tournament
played this month at the Sky Lake Country Club in
North Miami Beach. Making the presentation was Irv-
ing Gordon, executive director of the Israel Histadrut
Campaign, which sponsored the golfing event to bene-
fit students in Israel through the Histadrut Scholarship
Fund.
Meeting to map this year's plans for the Greater Miami
Chapter of the American Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity are (from left) Albert A. Dorner, regional di-
rector of the American Friends; Herbert Buchwald,
chapter president; Harry A. "Happy" Levy, chairman
of the board; Mrs. Lillian Kronish, president of the
Women's Division for Greater Miami; and Mrs. Flor-
ence D. Feldman, Women's Division director. j


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Language Study and Holiday Observances
Are Featured in Hebrew Ulpan Program
Russian Jens9 New Life Here
h 'Montage' Subject Saturday
A rich harvest of holiday
celebrations combined with in-
tensive language study will mark
the spring semester of the Com-
munity Hebrew Ulpan Program,
beginning during the week of
March 29-April 1. The announce-
ment was made by Gwen Wein-
berger, president of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education.
The Ulpan, under the joint
sponsorship of the American
Zionist Federation, the Israel
Aliyah Center, and the Central
Agency for Jewish Education,
will be conducted for nine
weeks in locations in North
Dade, South Dade and Miami
Beach.
The Ulpan includes such as-
pects as facility in speaking
and understanding Hebrew,
comprehension of modern Is-
raeli stories and literature, a
warm atmosphere of learning
and friendship, and an emphasis
on the cultural life of Israel.
Classes are conducted for be-
ginning, intermediate and ad-
vanced students, with special
emphasis given to those who
wish to learn Hebrew in pre-
paration for a forthcoming visit
to Israel.
THE ULPAN Hebrew centers
are part of a national program
organized by the Department of
Education of Culture of the
World Zionist Organization un-
der the direction of Dr. Abra-
ham Cannes.
In the North Dade area,
classes will be held at Temple
Sinai of North Dade, 18801 NE
22nd Ave., Monday and Wed-
nesday from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
and Tuesday and Thursday
from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
The Miami Beach classes will
be held at Temple Beth Sholom,
4144 Chase Ave., Monday and
Wednesday, 10 a.m. to noon and
7:30 to 9:30 p.m., aitcM* tfem*
pie Emanu-El, 1701 Washington
Ave., on Tuesday and Thursday
from 10 a.m. to noon.
! South Dade area classes will
j be given at Temple Beth Am,
5950 N. Kendall Dr., on Tues-
day and Thursday from 9:30 to
11:30 a.m., and at Beth David
Congregation, 7500 SW 120th
St. on Tuesday and Thursday
from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
j A SPECIAL feature of the
^spring term will be the observ-
ance of Passover, Israel Inde-
pendence Day, Lag B'omer,
Jerusalem Day, and Shavuot.
Special programs will mark
Yom Hashoa Holocaust Day,
and Yom Hazikaron 1 the Day
of' Remembrance, which is ob-
served on the eve of Israel In-
dependence Day and commem-
orates those soldiers of Israel's
Defense Force who have fallen
in battle.
Instructors for the classes are
specially trained teachers who
have been involved in in-service
study in the methodology of
teaching Ulpan Hebrew. They
concentrate on spoken Hebrew
with the Israeli accent in order
to provide a good speech model
for the students.
Special scholarships will be
available for students pursuing
Judaica studies at local univer-
sities and for teachers in the
Jewish schools of Greater Mi-
ami. In addition, a grant is pro-
vided by the Department of
Education and Culture of the
World Zionist Organization for
members of the Association of
Canadian and Americans for
Aliyah.
SERVING on the Hebrew Ul-
pan Committee are Harriet
Green, director of the American
Zionist Federation; Eliezer
Kroll, director of the Israel
Aliyah Center; Abraham J. Git-
telson, associate director of the
CAJE; Levi Soshuk, educational
consultant; Shula Ben David,
educational supervisor; and Rita
Gold. Ulpan administrator.
A uniaue 29-day Ulpan Study
Tour will leave for Israel at the
end of June. It will include the
study of Hebrew with the Ul-
pan methodology, conducted by
the regular teachers in the pro-
gram, and travel to historical
and modern points of interest.
There will be cultural programs
as well for Ulpan students and
their families.
Additional information about
the classes and the tour is avail-
able at the office of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education.
Rosen, Broad Participating
In Yeshiva U. Dinner
Yeshiva University's annual
Heritage Award dinner will be
held at the Konover Hotel on
philanthropist and communal
leader.
MORE THAN 400 Florida
MAYOR HAROLD ROSEN
Tuesday. March 30. it was an-
nounced by Peter Gold ring,
chairman.
Prominent among the parti-
cipants are Miami Beach Mayor
Harold Rosen, who will serve
as toastmaster. and Shepard
Broad, former Bay Harbor Is-
lands Mavor. who will make a
presentation to the honoree.
Josenh M. Drexler. prominent
SHEPARD BROAD
Friends of Yeshiva University
will atttnd the 21st annual Her-
itage dinner in support of the
largest Jewish-sponsored Uni-
versity in America.
Serving with Goldring are
honorary chairman Murray
Meyerson and cochairmen
Moses J. Grundwerg, William
Landa. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz,
Hon. Herbert S. Shapiro. Joseph
Sharpe and Leonard Zilbert.
Reservations can be made at the
Yeshiva University Miami Beach
office.
Mr. & Mrs. Club of Beth Torah
Plans March Mystery Night
BtSth Torah Congregation's
Mr. & Mrs. Club, open to all
married couples in the congre-
gation, will hold a mystery night
on Saturday, March 27, at 8
p.m.
The nlans for mystery night
are known only to the cochair-
men, who this month are Flo-
rence and Arthur Winton and
Elaine and Murray Zidel.
Ike Semaya is in his second
year as chairman of the club,
which was formed under the
membership committee headed
by Marshall Baltuch, a vice
president for membership of the
congregation. Previous mystery
night meetings :have included a
night at the spa, a wine and
cheese party, a boatride, dance
lessons and workings with ce-
ramics.
For further information, con-
tact the chairmen or the syna-
gogue office.
Medical Center Has a New Home
Mrs. Jerome Solomon, presi-
dent of the Florida Council of
the American Medical Center,
has announced the legal assump-
tion of the American Cancer
Research Center and Hospital
(ACRC) as the new name for
the institution.
Action taken by the board of
trustees was in recognition of
the need to define more clearly
the center's function. Since the
clinical and research programs
in cancer were launched in
1954, the institution's staff have
assumed an increasingly import-
!nt role in the nation's fight
gainst cancer. The hospital was
Organized in 1904.
L Research teams coordinated
by Dr. Solomon Garb work in
immunology, histochemistry, en-
docrinology, biochemistry, angi-
ogenesis, organic chemistry,
host-tumor relationships and
carcinogenesis. A systematic
search for anti-cancer drugs in
plant and marine life is being
conducted.
ACRC will continue to offer
care regardless of a patient's
ability to pay, his place of resi-
dence or the stage of his dis-
ease.
Research and patient care
programs are supported mainly
by'orivaW donors and the'ac-
tivities of 16,000 voluntoert ina
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the efforts of Russian Jewish
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services of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
The 7 p.m. program will focus
on the life of one family trying
to reconstruct their lives in a
new environment. Some 1N8
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Bar-Ilan Honoring Three Area Congressmen
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At Its Twentieth Anniversai
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Congressmen Dante B. Fas-
cell. Claude D. Pepper and Wil-
liam Lehman will receive Hon-
DANTE FASCELL
orary Fellowships from Bar-
lian University of Israel on
Sunday evening during a na-
tional dinner at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel celebrating the 20th
anniversary of the university's
founding.
Dr. Joseph H. Lookstein,
chancellor of the university,
will confer the honors upon the
three United States Representa-
tives from South Florida "in
recognition of their lifetimes of
service and leadership in behalf
of the causes of higher educa-
tion and the State of Israel."
A 6 p.m. reception will pre-
cede the 7 p.m. dinner at which
Gen. Chaim Herzog, Israel's
chief Ambassador to the United
Nations, will be the principal
speaker.
DR. IRVING Lehrroan, rabbi
of Temple Emanu-El and a life-
long Zionist leader, will receive
the Pinchas Churgin Award,
named for the founder of Bar-
Dan.
William Silverstein, Miami
Beach civic and religious lead-
er, will be the principal guest of
honor at the dinner. He will be
presented with the Bar-Ilan
University Medal of Honor, the
fir.st individual in the South to
receive the award in Bar-Ilan's
history.
Rabbi Karpol Bender, execu-
tive vice chairman of the Bar-
Ilan international board of over-
seers, is in Miami Beach, co-
ordinating plans for the cele-
bration.
Bar-Ilan was established in
1955, under a charter granted
by the New York State Board
of Regents, as an American-style
university in Israel, combining
academic disciplines with a full
curriculum of Jewish Studies.
It is the only American-char-
tered university in Israel.
ITS UNIQUENESS lies in its
religious orientation, which has
enabled it to grow from 80 stu-
dents to more than 7,000 with-
in two decades. Campuses are
located in Miami Beach's sister
city of Ramat Gan, and in Sfad,
Ashkelon, the Jordan Valley
and Afula.
Rep. Lehman, a former chair-
man of the Dade County School
-
Dinner
a member of the United States
Delegation to the United Na-
tions during the 24th General
Assembly.
MRS. HARRIET Green, presi-
dent of the South Florida Zion-
ist Federation and former na-
tional vice president of the
American Zionist Federation, is
cochahman of the dinner com-
mittee headed by Miami Beach
Mayor Harold Rosen.
Honorary chairmen for the
function include Mr. and Mrs.
Hyman Chabner, Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Friend, Mr. and Mrs.
Jerrold F. Goodman and Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard.
Vice chairmen are J. David
Liebman, Gerald Schwartz and
Mrs. Albert Zuch.
Committee members include
I H. Abrams. Judge Frederick
N. Barad, Murray. Berkowitz.
Jerome Bienenfeld, A. J. Car-
pel, Joseph Cohen, David Cole-
man, Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell
Dauer, Shep Davis, Sol Dreg-
cher, Dr. Abraham Dubin, Irv-
ing Firtel and Mayshie Fried-
berg.
Also Dr. Charles Friedman,
Murray Friedman. Allen Gold-
berg, Moses Grundwerg, Barry
Gurland, Mrs. Sylvia Herman,
Moses Hornstein, Bernard Katz,
Rev. Jacob Katz, Seymour B.
Liebman, Phillip Lown and Mor-
ris Luck.
And Leonard Luria, Rep.
Gwen Margolis, Josh Rephun,
Mrs. Ruth Y. Schiffzin, Law-
rence M. Schantz, Hon. Harold
Shapiro, Herbert S. Shapiro,
Benjamin I. Shulman, Robert
L. Siegel, Sam Nat Somach, Mrs.
Bernard Striar, Leonard Zilbert
and Dr. and Mrs. Matthew Zuck-
erman.
WILLIAM LEHMAN
Board, was elected to Congress
in 1972 and has been in the
forefront of programs aiding
both Israel and Soviet Jewry.
He is an honor graduate of the
University of Alabama, a trustee
of Temple Israel of Greater Mi-
ami and recepient of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee's Hu-
manitarian of the Year award
in 1972.
Elected to the United States
Senate in 1936, Rep. Pepper has
been identified with the estab-
lishment and growth of the Jew-
ish state since the earliest days
of Nazi Germany. He is a Phi
Beta Kappa graduate of Harvard
Law School and of the Univer-
sity of Alabama, and has served
in the House since his election
in 1962.
Rep. Fascell, a graduate of
the University, of Miami School
of Law, waa elected to the House
in 1954. He has been a prime
sponsor of pro-Israel legislation
in the Congress and served as
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'Installs Officers inHialeah
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March 22 April 9, 1976
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The following were installed
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Miami Springs Jewish War Vet-
ANNA H. McCULLERS
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March 7 at Temple Tifereth
Jacob:
Anna McCullers, president;
Rae Ehrlich and Pauline Gold-
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Young, chaplain; Lillian Matt,
patriotic instructor; Ella Klein,
conductress; Gertrude Beck,
guard; Sadye Gross, historian;
Sydel Levitch, treasurer; Lil
Newman, recording secretary;
Evelyn Silverman, correspond-
ing secretary; Lil Kinsler, tele-
phone chairman.
Sydel Levitch was mistress of
ceremonies, and Ceil Zucker,
Department of Florida Auxiliary
officer, was installing officer.
Trustees are Lillian New-
man, Sydelle Kahn and Evelyn
Silverman.
The Auxiliary members,
known as "the Mighty Mites,"
donate their services to Vet-
erans Hospitals and Sunland,
among other institutions.
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Residents Council, Mrs. Lil-
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Miami Jewish Home and
Hospital for the Aged on
February 27.
JWV West Miami Auxiliary No. 223
Plans Meetings and a Dinner
The JWV West Miami Aux-
iliary No. 223 members, their
families and friends will attend
the Auxiliary's annual donor
dinner on Saturday evening,
March 27, at the Marco Polo
Hotel.
On Sunday, March 28, Aux-
iliary president Charlotte (Mrs.
Murray) Mittler, will attend the
3rd council of administration
meeting of the Department of
Florid^, Jewish W*r Veterans
Auxiliary. She will be accom-
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(Mrs. Joseph) Achtman, Thel-
ma (Mrs. Sidney) Potlock and
Ruth (Mrs. Norman) Burman.
The Auxiliary will hold its
regular meeting on Thursday,
April 1, at p.m. at the home
of Carol (Mrs. Stanley) Gold.
The evening's program, arrang-
ed by Mrs. Estelle Stein, will be
a presentation of Israeli food
products by the local office of
"Buy Israel" Passover and
year-round foods rwill be dis-
played and on sale to members
and friends attending.
Holiday Beef Stew a
meat and vegetable dish
flavored with onion and
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for traditional Passover
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Ashkenazy Recital Closing
Great Artists Series
Vladimir Ashkenazy, one of
the greatest pianists of the cen-
tury, will close the Beth Sholom
VLADIMIR ASHKENAZY
Great Artists Series season with
a recital on Wednesday, March
24, at 8:30 p.m., at the Miami
Beach Theatre of Performing
Arts, according to Judy Druck-
er, director of the series.
"Music critics have been
scurrying to their glossaries for
new adjectives with which to
describe Vladimir Ashkenazy's
art since he startled the music
world by walking off with First
Prize in the Queen Elisabeth
Competition in Brussels in
1956," Mrs. Dracker said. Only
19 at the time, he was selected,
unanimously by a panel which
included Artur Rubenstein, Emil
Gilds and Robert Casadesus.
ASHKENAZY'S success at the
competition in 1956 created a
great demand for anpearances.
His first tour took him to Bel-
gium. Holland. West Germany,
and Poland. He was presented
by S. Hurok in North America
for the first time in 1958 and
has returned repeatedly.
Ashkenazy chose to leave the
Soviet Union for artistic free-
dom. He is now an Icelandic
citizen and lives in Reykjavik,
with his wife, Dody, and their
four children.
Ashkenazy's program will in-
clude tvro sonatas by Beethoven,
and twenty-four preludes, Opus
28. bv Chopin.
Tickets are available at the
Temple office, according to Mil-
lie Ser, tickets chairman.
The 1976 officers of the Jewish Commu-
nity Centers Golden Age Friendship Club
were installed recently by Mrs. Roslyn
Benin, JCC board member. The club is a
nonprofit organization serving the social,
cultural and community services needs of
Southwest area senior adults age 55 and
over. Elias Goldberg, installed as presi-
dent for a second term, was commended
by the board for his successful fund-rais-
ing for CJA-1EF, and for leading commu-
nity action projects benefitting seniors.
Seated (from left) are Ida Lubow and Pau-
line Smith, vice presidents; Goldberg; Sol
Kaplan, vice president; Ella Walters,
treasurer. Standing (from left) are Phil-
lip Swedler, chaplain; Eveline Leckart,
past president; Arlene Miller, program di-
rector; Mrs. Berrin; Bess Gerzog, finan-
cial secretary; Lillian Liebhaber, secre-
tary; Zara Hamburger and Florence Ro-
senbaum, trustees.
Israel Toiirs
Scheduled
Several Area Students Are
Attending Touro College
of
Gertrude Burstvn. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Burs-
tvn of Miami Beach, is attend-
ing Touro College in New York
City.
A graduate of Hebrew Acad-
emy of Greater Miami, Miss
Burstyn transferred to Touro
this semester from Miami-Dade
Community College. She is plan-
ning to attend law school after
her graduation from Touro.
Other area students attending
Touro are Lillian Kurc, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs". Leon Kurc;
Lisa Rosenberg, daughter of
Mrs. Sydell Rosenberg; Deborah
Seidel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Seidel; Deborah Seif,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Seif; Judith Tokayer,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old Tokayer; and Ruben Got-
lieb. son of Mr. and Mrs. Solo-
mon Gotlieb.
Touro College grants Bache-
lors degrees "with an emphasis
on the relevance of the Jewish
heritage to the general culture
of Western civilization."
Miss Sttskauer to Wed Mr. Wandrey
Miss Karol Suskauer and
James T. Wandrev are planning
a December wedding.
Miss Suskauer, daughter of
Mrs. Nita Suskauer of Miami, is
an occupational therapy intern.
She attended the University of
Florida and was graduated from
Boston University.
Mr. Wandrev. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank E. Wandrey of Read-
ing, Mass., also studied at Bos-
ton University and is planning
an accounting career.
Israel Travel Headquarters
North Miami Beach has an-
nounced a list of escorted tours
to Israel from Miami and Fort
Lauderdale:
March 29, Spring Tour.
Friends of Castle Gardens and
B'nai B'rith, Lauderhill; April
12, Passover Tour; April 26, Ein
Karem Star Lakes, Israel and
Holland; May 3, Independence
Tour, including Greece and
Greek Island cruise, B'nai Ra-
phael Men's Club, Friends of
Castle Gardens and B'nai B'rith,
with Lee Rosenkranz, manager
of the Israel Department; May
17, Jerusalem Day Tour; June
27. Ulpan Hebrew Study Tour;
July 26, Temple Adath Yeshu-
run tour of Israel and Holland
with Rabbi Simcha Freedman;
Sept. 1, Delray Fall Tour, Haw-
aiian Gardens, King's Point,
Pembroke Pines and Inverrary.
For further information, con-
tact Bon Voyage Travel.
Versatile Sabra Will Appear
In Molly Picon Show, March 27
Geula Gill, a Sabra who sings
in ten languages and has a
three-octave range, will appear
in a show starring Molly Picon
at the Miami Beach Theatre of
the Performing Arts on Satur-
day. March 27, at 8:30 p.m.
When Miss Gill participated
in a pop song festival in Rio de
Janeiro, she received first prize
and for her Broadway perform-
ance in "Grand Music Hall of
Israel" she received a Tony.
She has made many record-
ings, one of them with Theo
Bikel, and has been seen on
TV on the Ed Sullivan, Johnny
Carson, Merv Griffin and Mike
Douglas shows, as well as in a
film with Charles Aznavour.
American Mizrachi
Women Meet
Shalvah Chapter president
Arlene Ditchek invites her mem-
bers to "The Fabulous Fifties"
night Saturday, March 20, at
Norman and Arlene Ditchek's,
dressed as they might have been
in the '50's. Admission and res-
ervations.
G it a
Dyorah Chapter president Bea
Fuchs announces a gala Purim
luncheon and card party on
Monday, March 22, at noon at
the Hotel Algiers. Admission.
ir & -ft
Shoshana Chapter president
Rose Shapiro is showing the
AMW film "Side By Side" pro-
duced in Israel at a meeting on
Thursday. March 25, at noon at
a luncheon in the Rendezvous
Room of Seacoast Towers North.
GEULA GILL
Jackson Drive Establishes
Absentee-Ballot Effort
Supporters of Sen. Henry M.
"Scoop" Jackson's campaign for
the Democratic Presidential
nomination have begun an in-
tensive campaign in Florida for
New York and- Pennsylvania
voters vacationing here.
Object of the drive, accord-
ing to Jackson campaign coor-
dinator Gerald Schwartz, is to
have individuals request New
York and Pennsylvania absen-
tee ballots.
"Many residents of these two
key states spend the entire win-
ter season here, and will not
return home in time to vote
during the Pennsylvania and
New York primaries," Schwartz
said.
Headquarters for the absen-
tee effort have been established
in offices of the Gerald Schwartz
Agency. 420 Lincoln Road Bjiild-
ing, Miami Beach.
Schwartz said the New York
absentee ballots now will re-
flect the names of candidates
having slates of delegates,
"which should help no little in
enabling voters to mark their
preference tor Sea. Jackson."
Abraham Wolfson-
Spinoza Forum Announces
April Meetings
Dr. Abraham Wolfson-Spinoza
Forum meets every Thursday
at 10 a.m. at Washington Fed-
eral Savings, 1234 Washington
Ave. Dr. Abraham Wolfson
founder, Arnold Kleiner is chair-
man. Guest speakers in April
are:
April 1: Rabbi Maxwell Berg-
er on "Ask the Rabbi A Dia-
logue";
April 8: Milton Gordon on
"Present Status of Housing for
the Elderly";
April 15: Barbara Leonard on
"Community Involvement";
April 29: Dr. Rueben Efron
on "U.S. Trade with the Soviet
Union."
There will be no meeting on
April 22 because of the holiday.
Schindler to Address
Tcchnion Young Adults
The Young Adults Chapter of
the American Technion Society
has ntenned a meeting for Sun-
day, March 28. at 8 p.m. in the
Rec Room of Summit Apart-
ments of Dadeland.
The guest speaker. Irvin R.
Schindler. WKAT talk master,
will discuss "Technion's Role
in Emerging and Future Israel.'
Schindler was a pilot before
and during Israel's 1948 inde-
pendence struggle, assisting in
the clandestine gathering of
arms worldwide. He has been a
captain for El Al and speaK-
fluent Hebrew.
JCC and North Miami Beach
Are Sponsoring a Teen Show
The Jewish Community Cen-
ters of South Florida, in coop-
eration with the North Miami
Beach Department of Parks and
Recreation, is presenting the
1976 teen variety show, tomor-
row at 8 p.m. in the North Mi-
ami Beach Senior High School
auditorium.
The show will include rocfc
bands, magic, shows and danct
groups.
Free tickets can be reserved
bv calling the JCC office, 932
9404.
JWV Auxiliary 330 Donates An
Oven to Operation Re-Entry Center*
President Pauline Lazarus,
Jewish War Veterans Ladies
Auxiliary No. 330 of Miami
Beach, has announced that Bil-
lie Kern, chairman and past
national president, has donated
to Operation Re-Entry of Miami
Beach a microwave oven. The
gift was pmd" in memory of
Florence Zucker. who left a
bequest of money to Ladies
Auxiliary No. 330 to be used
for project donations.
JWV Auxiliary No. 330 re-
ceived a thank you letter from
Warren Klein, director of Op-
eration Re-Entry Center, for this
much-needed addition to their
facilities.
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BOB WEAVER AUCTIONEER
FOR THE BENEFIT OF
CHAP.AD HOUSE-LUBAVITCH
IMPORTANT JUDAICA OIL PAINTINGS
PRECIOUS JEWELRY WITH PRECIOUS STONES
IMPORTANT ANTIQUE SILVER
PERSIAN, RUSSIAN, GERMAN
ANTIQUE ORIENTAL RUGS
SILK TABRIZ SILK PERSIAN PRAYER RUG,
ISFAHAN, BURSAR SILK.
TO BE HELD AT
THE MONTMARTRE HOTEL
4775 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
WEDNESDAY, AAARCH 24, 1976
2:00-4:30 P.M. -7:00-10:00 P.M.
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Friday, March 19, 1976
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Marks Named Chairman Emeritus Pioneer Women
Of Flagler Federal Savings
Paul H. Marks, chairman of
the board of Flagler Federal
Savings and Loan Association
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PAUL H. MARKS
since 1966, has been named
chairman emeritus at his own
request.
Marks, whose native city of
Key West honored him in Jan-
uary with a "Paul H. Marks
Day," said that he wants "to
tase the load and get away from
:he daily chores of big busi-
ness." He will remain a direc-
tor of Flagler Federal and con-
:inue his work with the Florida
Savings and Loan League as
well as with other industry
groups.
Marks is a graduate of Key
West High School and of the
University of Florida, from
which he received a law degree
in 1930. Entering the Navy in
1942. Marks rose to the rank of
lieutenant commander by war's
end.
HE RESUMED his law prac-
tice after the war and became
interested in the development
of Miami. He founded Flagler
Federal in 1955 and was its first
president. He was the first at-
torney of the Overseas Road
and Toll Bridge District Com-
mission and is founding chair-
man of the Multiple Sclerosis
Association of South East Flor-
ida, a unit he organized follow-
ing the death of his brother
from the disease.
Marks, who became head of
the Downtown Business Coun-
cil in 1960, is a past president
of the University of Florida
Alumni in Miami, past vice
president of the Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce and past di-
rector of the Dade County Bar
Association.
In 1964 the City Commission
of Miami named him an out-
standing citizen.
He is married to the former
Martha Frame, the first woman
in Canada to become a meteor-
ologist, and they have three
children: Paul, Jr., Stephen, and
Patricia.
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The Martha Graham Dance
Company of New York appeared
for the first time in Miami
Beach on Tuesday, sponsored
by the Miami Beach Music &
Art League. The 81-year-old
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Miss Graham has had among
her pupils Tony Randall, Eli
Wallach, Betty Ford and Tam-
my Grimes.
The League will present Rod-
gcrs and Hammerstein's "The
Sound of Music" on Sunday,
March 28. at 8:15 p.m. at the
Theatre of the Performing Arts.
Philip Fink will conduct the
orchestra and the cast of 30
singers and dancers.
St Daniel J. Thompson, vice
president f personnel at Chase
Federal Savings and Loan As-
sociation (Miami), has been ap-
pointed to the 1976 personnel
committee of the United States
League of Savings Associations.
Charles B. Evans, Jr., and
Charles T. Desmond II have
been named office managers at
Chase Federal, Stephen J. Wa-
ters, Jr., executive vice presi-
dent, will give the annual re-
port.
A The Dcde County Division of
the Arthritis Foundation vjill
meet on Saturday at 10:15 a.m.
at the Jordan Marsh auditori-
um. 14th St. and Biscayne Blvd.
Henry Winter, outgoing presi-
dent will give the annual re-
port, and Wilbur J. Blechman,
M.D., will discuss "Quackery
and the Arthritic."
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Citv of Hone, Miami Beach
Chapter, will hold their annual
donor luncheon at the Konover
Hotel on March 28 at noon.
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Porcelains by Laszlo Ispanky
will be shown at the Nessa Gau-
lois gallery in the Bal Harbour
Shops beginning Thursday,
March 25.
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Carol Suttonone of "Time"
maeazine's "Dozen Who Made a
Difference" in 1975 will be
guest sneaker at the annual
"Date With the Press" spon-
sored by the Greater Miami
Chapter of Women in Commu-
nications on Saturday, March
27 at the Marriott Hotel.
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Rick Sterling will lead the
bidding for items from the
traditional to the bizarre at
an old-fashioned auction to
benefit the Muscular Dystrophy
Association, Sunday, March 28,
2 p.m. at the Rhodes Brothers
Club.
Eilat Chapter will have a
post-Purim party on Tuesday,
March 23, at 7:30 at Washing-
ton Federal Savings civic audi-
torium, 1234 Washington Ave.
Mis. Frieda Levitan is arrang-
ing a special program, assisted
by Mrs. Faye Brucker, Mrs.
Rena Miller will preside. The
session is free and open to the
general public, according to
Mrs. Sara Brucker, publicity
chairman.
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Golda Meir Chapter also will
have a nost-Purim party. Wed-
nesday, March 24, at 12:30 p.m..
also at the Washington Federal
civic auditorium.
Miriam (Mrs. Bernard) Gin-
gold, national advisor of Pio-
neer Women, will speak on the
current Middle East crisis.
Norman Kemper will present
a selection of humorous stories
of Sholem Aleichem. Mrs. Ka-
therine Lippman, president, will
chai r the session. Husbands
and friends are invited.
Checking Is a Free-for-All At
Intercontinental Bank of M.B.
Free checking accounts to all
customers, regardless of age,
are being offered by the Inter-
continental Bank of Miami
Beach, board chairman Ben-
jamin I. Shulman said this week.
Shulman said the success of
the free checking program for
senior citizens first adopted
by any Miami Beach bank
has been extended "to provide
this needed service to all resi-
dents and visitors."
Intercontinental Bank of Mi-
ami Beach also offers free no-
tary public service, travelers
checks and money orders to its
-ustomers.
Intercontinental also guaran-
tees to make funds available on
the third of each month to its
banking customers who sign up
for the direct deposit of Social
Security checks, even if the
checks are not received on time
from the Federal government.
And the bank makes supple-
mental Social Security payments
available on the first of each
month, Shulman said.
Main office of the Intercon-
tinental Bank of Miami Beach
is at 930 Washington Ave. An
office with walk-up tellers,
drive-in windows and indoor
facilities is at Alton Road and
10th St.
Israeli Music Featured At
Beth Am Breakfast Forum
A musical program is planned The program theme is "The
for Temple Beth Am's Brother- History of Israeli Music," and
putting the music in its his-
torical perspective will be
hood Breakfast Forum on Sun-
day. March 21, at 9:30 a.m. in muslcolog"ist"joV"Molein,'an au-
the Youth Lounge.
JWV Auxiliary 778
Installation Is Scheduled
for March 23
Millie Kern, past national
president of the JWV Ladies
Auxiliaries, will be mistress of |
ceremonies at the Auxiliary in-
stallation of South Dade Post
No. 778 on Tuesday. March 23,
at 8 p.m. at Temple Beth Am.
Ceil Zucker, president for the
Department of Florida, will in-
stall the newly elected officers:
Evelyn Clein, president; Edith
Novins, senior vice president;
Evelyn Cohen, junior vice presi-
dent; Pearl Blumenthal, treas-
urer; Lillian Brown, conduc-
tress; Terry Stafford, chaplain;
Jackie Rose, patriotic instruc-
tor; Syd Halpern, historian; and
Trudy Woolfstead, guard.
Trustees include Terry Bern-
feld, Sylvia Dubbin, Sandi Simon
and Molly Brown. Appointed
officers are Leah Eisenman,
recording secretary; Anita Mo-
lien, corresponding secretary;
and Lillian Brown, parliamen-
tarian.
Evelyn Cohen and Edith No-
vins are in charge of refresh-
ments.
thority on the subject.
Attorney Is Guest
At Beth Kodesh
At Sabbath of Spiritual Re-
newal services this evening at
8:15 at Beth Kodesh Congrega-
tion Ben Essen, attorney and
Masonic leader, will be the
guest speaker. His topic is "My
Grandfather's Days."
CHAIM WEIZMAN BRANCH
FARBAND L.Z.A.
ISRAEL ANNIVERSARY LUNCHEON
ON BEHALF OF
THE
COMBINED
JEWISH APPEAL
ISRAEL EMERGENCY FUND
SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1976
12 NOON
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4441 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
GUEST SPEAKERS:
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MUSICAL PROGRAM WITH THE
PARTICIPATION OF RENOWNED ARTISTS
COUVERT $5.00 DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
vJenist fkradfiaun
l?GAl NOTICE
j-nday, JViarcn iv, i^g
Dr. Ranson, Retired Rabbi, Passes
IN THE CIRCUIT CObRT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE pjyj&io.N
File Numuer 70-
IN RE: ESTATE OF
HOSE silAl'iHu
In,.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO Al.l. PERSONS HA> I.Nfi
jilS 111. DEMANDS Ai.AINST
I ,. AROVE ESTATE AND Al.l.
i 1 HER PElUBONS INTERESTED
IN mi-: h.vi \
vi.r ARE 111:1:1:1: V NOTIFIED
the tlihlntetrmilon of (hi
1 : R( I8E miAt'li.i 1, (lei 1 .1 d, File
Numbci 7:. -7.... i......nt In the
1 uu 1 ,11; [or 1 '."! 'ounlj. Floi -
. robati 1IR ilon the ddres> of
,., \\ m 11.ml. 1 Sin I, Ml-
Florida. The pemonal repn n-
1 ol 1 1.iii- uu' Edward
Arnold Blisptro and Evelyn
. address la c/o A. Jay
Urlstol, 21 .v E i'iim Avenue, Miami,
JTa 331S1, She name and addr. of
lh< iHtTnonal representative's attorney
n. mi forth below.
ah p. imiiim having clalmi or de-
11.....la against il.....Btate are requir-
ed. WITHIN TIIKKK MONTHS
1 R( i.M THE DATE OP THE FIRST
I ULH'ATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
11 ii Uu 11< rh ..( the ..I" "in 1
a written statement ol any claim or
1:. iii.. 11 -1 ,],,> in...-. hat- 1 :.< b
i.- in writing mill musl indicate
11.1 1..1.-1.- [01 the .1.11111. iih 11..in. and
11., credltot ..1 his agent or
11. j. and iii.- amount ulalnfed if
:-.. ....in 1.- 11.1 \. 1 due, Hi. date
1 u Hi bet .in. iiu- shall i"- Btal -
quidated, the nalun >>l il"- uncer-
talnty shall be atated. l( tin- claim i*
secured, tin- aegurlty shall be de orlb
ed. 'I'll, claimant shall deliver suffl-
(.'iii coplai of the claim I., the olerk
ii. enable the dork in mail one copy
to each personal representative.
All peraone Interested In the estate
to whom a enpy of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired, WITHIN TIIR2K MONTHS
PROM THE DATE OP THE FIRST
Pt/BUGATION III' this NOTICE,
to fih any objections they may have
that cliiilli'liacs the validity ol the
I. edenl'a will, the fjuallfiratlons of
the personal representative, or the
venue or Jurisdiction of the conr>
Al.l. iT.AI.MS. DEMANDS, AND
OHJECTIONS NUT SO FILED Wll.l,
BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date i'f the flral publication of this
Notice of AdminiKtratlon: .March lit.
ai'76.
EDWARD SHAPIRO
Alt.NOI.L) SHAWKt)
EVELYN CHERNIS
As Personal Representatives of the
Estate of RtisE SHAPIRO.
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES:
LAW OFFICES
in the circuit court for
dade county. florida
probate division
F.la Number 76-1428
- WVWrTreWYNN PASTE
IN RE ESTATE IP
LILLIAN STOUT
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
to ai.i. i i: 1..-. Ns Ha\TNii
il VIMS l: DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABl l\ E ESTATE \ND Al.l.
OTHER PBRSUNS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE:
V,,l ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the admlnlstratl......< the
: 1.11.1.ian ST' 'i IT, .1.....ased, t ii
Number 76-1428 1- pending in the Clr-
11I four! hit Dadi I ounty, Florida,
the addri ol hlch
1. ,1,. Count) Courthouse 73 w esl
Flagler Street, Miami, Pis I31J0. The
i 1.... 'Ii- estate
HE.N 'i Kl PKIN, whose addn
til Blstlna Ave Coral flables, Fla.
:,.;i4i; The name and addrew of the
i.. rsortal 1 preseutal Ivi attorw 3 '"'
ii forth below,
All persons having claims or de-
mands against th> estate are requir-
ed, WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OP THIS NOTIWS. i"
fill uiili Uie clerk of the above court
u/i in. n statement nl am laim or
.i.in.....1 the) may havi Bach claim
must hi in writing and must Indicate
ii,. 1,.1 .:. foi the claim, the name and
addi -- ol 1 he credltoi ..1 his agenl or
attorney, and the amount claimed, if
il,, claim Is not y.-t due, the date
when 11 will become due shall be stat-
. ,1 if the claim Is contingent or unli-
quidated, the nature of the uncer-
tain!) shall i" -tut..1 if 11.....laim is
ecured, the security shall be describ-
ed. The claimant shall deliver suffl-
. I. in 1 in. -s ni the .laim to ii.....lerk
to enable the dark i" mall one copy
'.. each personal representative.
All persons iiiteiecied 111 the estate
to whom a opp) 01 tpls Notice "f Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired, WITHIN THREE .MONTHS
FROM THE I'ATE OP THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OP THIS NOTICE,
ii. file any objections ihcy may have
that challepges the validitv of the
decedent's will, the ijuallflcaiinns of
the personal representative, or the
venue or lurlsdlctlon ol the court.
AIJ. CLAIMS, DEMANDS, AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO PILED WILL
BE FOREVER HARKED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice Of Administration: March 19,
1976.
HEN TRUPKIN
As Personal Representative of the
Estate "f LILLIAN stout
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE:
LEUN A. EPSTEIN
420 Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach. Fla. 33139
Telephone: 53S-7670
3/J9-J*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO, 75-357S6
(Judge John V. Ferguson)
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE OF ACTION
zmai: '' IRP .
.1 Florida 011.ration.
Plaintiff,
vs---
W 11.1 IAM NECKMAN, 1 I at.,
I lefendants.
TO: WII.I.IA.U XECKMAN
REHIDENI :<)WN
MAILING ADDI
111 N.E. Sen id Avi nue
Congress Building, Suite No. l'lS
Miami, Florida 33132.
YOV ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
11..11 mi action 1.. Fori 1 lose a Mort-
gage "ii the following di si rlbi d prop*
ert) In Dadi County, Florida,
"The S .....1 ii" N '-j "f the
xu ) of the nw ', of the NE ',
of Section 19, Township "... South,
* Range 12 East, lesi th< West :;.,
1,. 1 and Ii 1 the East 113 W feet,
lying and iieini; in Dadi 1 ounty,
Florida, together with the building
.mil Improvi minis tin 11 on en 1 ti d,"
. 1. iii, .1 against you and you
are hi rebj required to et 1 a a copy
1 defensi -. If any, 10
11 i.'n AHTHI R D. FRISHMAN, Plain-
tiff's attorney, whose address Is 420
Lincoln Road, Bulte No, 210, Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
with iin Clerk ol the above stj led
Court, "ii "i '..ion- APRIL 23, 197a,
otherwise a Judgment ma) be entered
against you for the rellel demanded in
iii.' complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said Court mi March 16, r.7G.
1:1. hard P. Brlnker
as Clerk of said i'ourt
BY; 1. SNEEDEN
as Deputy Clerk
3/19-26
Dr. Marius Ranson. retired
rabbi of Temple Emanu-El. I Ort
Lauderdale. died on Mar#n It
in the Miami Heart Institute.
He was 84.
Born in Cincinnati, Dr. Ran-
son was ordained at the Hebrew-
Union College there.
A rabbi for 62 years in New
York, New Jersey and South
i'. ach,
COHEN
MRS I.M.I.IK. Ol Miami
paased awa) Tuesd
,, Idi mi hen fi
of Hein.il, Mli h. Shi Pi -i-i'i'si-
.1. in ..I i'i" iei r rti in M
Chapter and l'"-
,,.,., Women Hl-Rlse T|kvah ai we
a Porte Towers Social Club. Bhi is
survived b) her ilautlMi. Mrs DI-
ai. Colin ol Mli in I Mymn
B Cohen, of North Miami Hindi
and S grandchildren Bi rvlces w re
s, hiduied foi Thursday, Man h
n a.m. at The Rlversldi 1920 Alton
Road Chapel with Interment at Mt.
Ni bo i !emi ti rj .
4/2-9
A. Jay Cristol
21 Northeast First Avenue
Miami, Florida 33131
Telephone: (301) 379-1792
By: A. JAY CRISTOL
3/19-26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PRQBATE DIVISION
File Number 76-1368
Division FRANK B. DOWLING
IN KK: ESTATE OF
JOSEPH LEVINE. a/k/a
JOE LEVINE, a/k/a J. LEVINS,
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
C1.AIMS 1)11 DEMANDS AUA1N8T
THE ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL
OTHER PERSONS LN'TERESTED
IN THE ESTATE:
YOf ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that the administration of the eatute
of JOSEPH LEVINE. a/k/a JOE LE.
VINE, a/k/a J LEVINE, dei
Kile Number 76-1368, is pending In
the Circuit Court for Hade County,
Florida. Probate Division, the address
of which la ?:i West Flagler street,
Miami, Florida. The personal represen-
tative ol the estate is MARY LEVINE,
Whose addnss Is 14(111 Uncoln Road,
Miami Heath, Florida 3313'.i. The name
and address ol the personal represen-
tative's attorney are set tort!) below.
All persona having claims or de-
mands against the estate are requir-
ed WITHIN THREE MONTHS
Fin i.M the DATE of THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to
file with the clerk of the above court
a written statement of any claim or
demand Hi, y may have. Each claim
must be In writing and must indicate
the Oasis lor the claim, the name and
address of the creditor or his an'in "r
attorney, and the amount claimed If
the claim is not yet ilue, the date
when it will become due shall be stat-
ed, if the claim is contingent or unli-
quidated, iin nature, of the uncer-
tainty shall be stated. If ihe claim is
secured, the security shall be describ-
ed The claimant shall deliver BUffl-
l HI copies ..I tin- claim to the clerk
aoli the clerk to mall one copy
to each personal representative.
pi ..-.ns Interested in the estate
I- whom a c.py of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed are re-
quired. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OP THIS NOTICE,
to file any objections they may have
thai challenges the validity of the
Ii nt'a will, the qualifications of
the personal representative, or the
venue or jui Isdlctlon of the court
l. ci.ai.ms. DEMANDS, AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
Dale of the first publication of tills
Notice of Administration: .March U
}?7G.
.MARV LEVINE
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of JOSEPH LEVINE. a/k/a
JOE LEVINE. a/k/a J. LEVINE.
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE:
MICHAEL A. niENSTOCK
SHAPIRO. FRIED, WEIL ^ SCHEER
407 Lincoln Road. Suite 10-B
Miami Beach. Ploqtda <3f 188
Telephone: 538-6361
8/19-36
CIRCUIT COURT. 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 76-8414
GENERAL JURISDICTION
NOTtOE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAOE OF:
ANNE HART.
-Petitioner.
HENRY HART,
Respondent.
You. HENRY HART. RESIDENCE
UNKNOWN, are hereby notified to
serve,a copy of your Answer to the
Dissolution of Marriage filed against
you. upon jjetltioner's attorney,
GEORGE Nicholas. ESQ., 612 N.W.
12th Avenue, Miami, Florida 33136, and
/He original with Clerk of Court on
or before April ^3. 1S76; otherwise the
Petition will be confessed by you.
Dated this 15th day of .March.
1676.
RICHARD P. BRLNKER, CLERK
By: C. P. COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
3/1D-26 4/2-9
CIRCUIT COURT, 11TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
NO. 76-8418
GENERAL JURISDICTION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAUE UF:
TERM1DIBU ANDRE,
Petitioner,
vs.
MARY M. ANDRE,
Respondent.
You, MARV M. ANDRE. Residence
I nktiown, are hereby notified to serve
.. c.py ol your Answer to the Disso-
lution f Marriage filed against you.
upon husband's attorney, GEORGE
NICHOLAS, ESy 012 N.W, 12th
Avenue, Miami, Florida S3i;i6. and
file original wiih Clerk of Ci urt on
or before April 23. i76; otherwise the
Petition win be confessed i.- you.
Dated this laili day of .March 1976
RICHARD P. BJONKBR, CLERK
By: c P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
3/19-211 4/2-9
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. 76-8585
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
KAY BURNS
Wife
and
ROY JENNINGS BURNS
Husband
TO: Roy Jennings Burns
Rt 4 Box 41
c/o Lakcview Trailer Park
Grand Rapids. Minnesota 5.1744
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 defences, if any, to It
on Stanley E- Goodman, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 2683 N W
62nd-Street, Miami. Florida, and file
the original with the clerk of the
S, ;i.S'yled court on or before April
ii, 19,6; otherwise a default will be
entered. aKoJnst 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 ol
??.'{! ?our,,at Miami, Florida on this
16th day of March, 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dadc County, Florida
By M. J. HARTNETT
,. A" P^PUty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
STANLEY E. OOODMAN
2688 N.W. 6^nd Street
Miami, Florjda 38J47
Attorney for Petitioner
8/11-26 4/2-9
NOTICE UNDER ""
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Norn E IS HEREBV (J1VBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
i"B,neM u.....' Ihe fictitious name of
I'HK INSTITUTE OF RATIONAL
LIVING at 825 Arthur Godfre) Road.
Miami Beaob, Florida Intends to rest-
later said name with the clerk of the
circuit Coun .,1 Dade County. Flor-
ida.
INSTITUTE OF HUMAN
RELATIONS, INC
By: STEPHEN ii 1 ii'en.
Assistant Secretary
CYPEN NEVJN8
Attorneys for Applicant
-- Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33140
3/19-26 4/2-9
.NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fiotitiqus name of
EGO UNISEX HAIR STVLISTS at
4JI3 W. FJagler.Street, Intend to,reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Clrouil Court, of Dade County, Plor--
Ida.
IVBNNE ROBRIOOEZ 60%
MADfelifSTNEnSOMII^GOT 69% *
1/16-26 6/l-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SOLVIRo TECHNIQCES al 16M N.E.
lir. Street, Apt. |-B, North Miami.
Fla. Intends to register said name
with the rierk of the Circuit Court ol
Dade County, Florida
SOI^EHOV fi pr.ORIDA, INC.
A Fla. Corp.
BY: MORRIS TAITE, PRESIDENT
KENNETH N ReKANT N
Attorney for applicant
.^___________ 3/19-26 4/2-9
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OBITOS
ABBLMAN, Max, 82, 1 I Miami Beach.
I: .isherg.
CERNER, Elisha, of Miami Reach.
Iin. 1 in, in Lakeside Bktslx in.
ci (HEN, Abraham 8., 91 dI Miami
Beach, inieriiicin Lakeside.
Riverside,
STERN, Dora. 77, of North Miami
Beach. Interment Lakeside,
Riverside.
WBINBR, Natalie, of North Miami.
Interment Mt. Nebo. Rlveralde.
GINSBERG, Vlvlenne, 80, of North
.Miami. Interment lalkeelde.
Riverside.
LBBOVVrTZ, Bmanuel, 86, "f Miami
Beach. Interment Lakeside.
Riverside.
SCHNEIDER, Meyer, of Bal Harbour,
Interment lakeside. Riverside,
SHAFFKR. Ann E., of Miami ilcacli.
Interment Mt. Blnai. Rlterslde.
JACOBBON, Mey.r, 69, of Miami
Beach, Newman.
WEINBERG, Anna, 77 of North
Miami Reach. Riverside.
ROSENTHAL. Lewis L, 90. of Miami
Beach. Interment Lakeside, Gordon.
SCHoKNFEI.il, Ksther, 71, of Miami
Beach. Riverside.
M1NT2, Cynthia A. (nee Gordon), 34,
of Miami. Interment Mt. Sinai.
Levitt
NADEL, Bella, 60, of Miami.
Interment Star of David. Gordon.
WECHSLER. Mrs. Bella B..
78. of Miami Beach. Interment
Mt. Nebo. Riverside.
ABRASHKIN, Clara.Jeanette,
86. of Miami Beach.
Interment Lakeside. Riverside.
COHEN. Gertrude L., 64, pf
Miami Beach. Interment .Mt. Sinai.
Riverside.
NONK.IN. Ben, of South Miami.
Interment Vista Memorial. Levitt.
OCHS, Ida. 75, of Miami Beach.
Interment Mt. Sinai. Gordon.
SMITH. William Elsen, 82. of Miami.
Interment Mt. Nebo. Levitt.
BLITMENTHAL, Mrs. Dorothy, of
Miami. Interment Lakeside. Levitt.
BRESLOW. Irving. 60, of Miami.
Interment Mt. Sinai. Riverside.
DRUSKIN, Sidney.
Interrnent Lakeside. Blasberg.
FELD.MAN, Dorothy, 50, of Mlramar.
Interment Lakeside. Levitt.
JARRETT. Donald M.. 61. of
North Miami Beach.
Interment Beth-El. Riverside.
KARPEI-, Joseph, of Miami Beach.
Gordon.
GOLDBERG. Meyer. 75. of Las Vegas.
Interment Mt. Nebo, Riverside.
GREENBLATT, Samuel, "S, of
North Miami Bench.
Interment A|t. Sinai. Riverside.
Hl.AIVASt Abraham J.. 79, of
Miami Beach.
Interment Lakeside. Riverside.
DRUCKER, Louis, 62, of Miami Beach.
Interment lakeside. Riverside.
M1NTZ, Hyman. 81, of Miami Reach.
..Interment Lakeside. Riverside.
ADEI.MAN. Edward, 100, of
North Miami Beach.
Interment Lakeside. Gordon.
ADELSON. David, 69. of M.i-njl.
Interment Lakeside Levitt.
GOI-DBERG, Samuel, M, of .Miami.
Interment Lakeside Levitt.
HARRIS. Morris, 75, of Miami Beach.
Interment Star of David, Riverside.
Florida. Dr. Ranson was rec-
osnized frequently for his ef-
fort* in iBtasfaitli od will.
In 1923 he launched a move-
ment to get Christians to modify
the Crucifixion story so that
Jews were not blamed and to
get Jews to include Jesus in
their Bib Veal teachings. Re-
sponses from Christian journals
and New York newspapers were
immediate.
WHEN HE was 71, an inter-
faith brotherhood chapel was
dedicated in his name at Tem-
ple Sharey Tefilo in East Or-
ange. N.J. He had served in
that temple for 18 years, be-
fore coming to Florida in 1948.
The International Baptist
Seminary and Hebrew Union
College both conferred honor-
ary doctoral degrees on Dr.
Ranson, who retired in 1961.
Dr. Ranson is survived by his
wife, Annette; a daughter, Mrs.
John Tabor; a sister, Rutb; and
three grandchildren.
Services were held on March
12 at Temple Israel of Greater
Miami.
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March 19, 1976
*Jenisl< Meridian
Page 23-d
'ifercth Israel Merges With
iath Yeshuruii This Weekend
femple Tifereth Israel, formerly of 65th St. and North
|i Ave., will merge this weekend with Temple Adath
irun of North Miami Beach. Special services and pro-
are scheduled to establish the union formally.
^y of the officers of Ti-
Israel will participate in NE Miami Gardens Dr. Other
{services this evening at leaders of that congregation
Adath Yeshurun, 1025 will be honored by being called
ting over plans for the luncheon of the Society of
ms of the Synagogue Council of America, which will
'Ad on Tuesday at the Westview Country Club with
tthew B. Rosenhaus as host, are these leaders of the
frella agency of American Orthodox, Conservative
Reform Judaism. From left, Rabbi Henry Siegman,
iutive vice president of the Synagogue Council of
trica; Samuel J. Halperin, a former chairman of the
\ety of Fellows; and Dr. Irving Lehrman, national
kairman of the organization. Moses Hornstein of
lywood is Dr. Lehrman's cochairtnan for the honor
jjp of the Synagogue Council.
jP for ISKtfl **#
king over a scale model of the new $10 million cen-
\blood bank of Israel's Magen David Adorn are lead-
of the American Red Magen David for Israel. From
Mrs. Nathan Goldman of New York, national co-
rman of the campaign for the MDA blood bank;
ph Handleman of Miami Beach, national president
he ARMD1; Benjamin Saxe, national executive di-
w of ARMD1; and Gerald Schwartz, Southeast re-
il director. Sol Drescher of Miami Beach is cochair-
of the campaign with Mrs. Goldman, a winter vis-
ito Palm Beach.
to the Torah tomorrow morn-
ing.
On Sunday the Adath Yeshu-
run Men's Club will have the
Tifereth Israel Men's Club
members as guests at their
monthly breakfast. Al Gordon
will deliver an address, em-
phasizing the necessity of unity
within the Jewish community in
the face of all the dangers con-
fronting it.
AT 1:30 P.M. hundreds of
congregants will gather at 14th
Ave. and Miami Gardens Dr.
to participate in a rare event:
five Torah scrolls from Tifer-
eth Israel Synagogue will be of-
ficially transferred to Adath
Yeshurun's Holy Ark. Carried
under marriage canopies, the
scrolls will be followed by
members of the Young Judaea,
Minyan Club and both congre-
gations. The procession will be
led by Adath Yeshurun presi-
dent Morris Katz and former
Tifereth Israel president Irving
Farber.
There will De a musical ac-
companiment as the "marriage"
of the congregations is symbol-
ized by the march into the
sanctuary.
THE PROGRAM at Adath
Yeshurun will feature speech-
es by L'.S. Congressman Wil-
liam Lehman, North Miami
Beach Mayor Walter Posetsky
and Rabbis Salomon Benarroch
and Simcha Freedman.
Rabbi Freedman has prepar-
ed a unique event in which
Cantor Ian Alnern and the choir
will participate.
The five Torahs will be ded-
icated by short readings from
each, selections that will pro-
vide a meaningful and signifi-
cant message for the merger of
the congregations.
Harry Rothman is chairman
of the religious dedication pro-
gram, and Howard Marks is
chairman of the social pro-
gram.
Mrs. Lehrman (left) and
Mrs. Muss discuss mem-
bersnip in Mount Sinai
Medical Center's Godmoth-
ers '76, whose luncheon on
March 24 will focus on
their support of Mount Si-
nai "from pediatrics to geri-
atrics."
tress of the 1976 Lehrman Day School
ilarship Ball, scheduled for April 3 in
\Friedland Ballroom, is discussed by
fie Emanu-El leaders (from left) Mr.
[Mrs. Barton Goldberg, Ellen Ditchek
r Judge Frederick N. Barad. Ms. Dit-
: is assistant principal of the South's
?st Conservative Hebrew day school.
bh is sponsored by Temple Emanu-El.
\e Barad is president of the syna-
and G6tnBSrj~ls~secreiatyot'the-
Beach congregation. At right, an-
other foursome met at a planning recep-
tion for the ball, of which Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence M. Schantz are chairmen. From
left are Mr. and Mrs. Carol Greenberg
and Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. The
Greenbergs were chairmen of last year's
dinner-dance, which provides scholarship
assistance 'for more than half of the stu-
dents at the school, named in honor of
Dr. Lehrman, rabbi of the congregation
for-the"pasT32-yeaTs.
The new Chabad House Mobile Center has been desig-
nated an official Bicentennial Project by Third Century
USA, the local Bicentennial commission. The Mobile
Center will carry an exhibit on the Jew in America to
synagogues, day schools and Jewish Centers throughout
South Florida as Chabads contribution to the Bicen-
tennial. The largest Chassidic group in the world, Cha-
bad was founded in Russia by Rabbi Schneur Zalmen
of Liadi, and is celebrating its bicentennial this year.
The Mobile Center will be dedicated this Sunday at the
corner of 14th St. and Alton Rd., beginning at 11 a.m.


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J^^; ^""' w^^^ -.... ^_j
i'lnauzing ptdnh ioi me iiuh k-^c.j j.u.c o) imuet
Bond luncheon slated for Tuesday, April 6. at noon a'.
the Eden Roc Hotel arc (from left) chairman Etnatiuel
Mentz honorees Freida Tobey and Celia Rnsenblu't, and
cochairtnen Etta and Louis Aron*on. Not shown are
cochairnwn Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Anker.
Godmothers 76
Plan Lnneheon
VECAl NOTICE
At Towers Tea
A Towers apartment overlook-
ing the Intracoastal Waterway-
was the site of the last big
event before the Godmothers
76 March 24 luncheon, as Ma-
rion (Mrs. Stanley) Frehling
hosted a tea for new and re-
dedicated Mount Sinai Medical
Center Godmothers '76.
Mrs. Frehling, whose husband
is a surgeon, was joined by Mrs.
David G. Lehrman; whose hus-
band is an orthopedic surgeon
and the son of Rabbi Irving
Lehrman of Temple Emanu-El.
Other guests included Mau-
reen (Mrs. Stephen) Muss,
whose husband built all the Sea-
coast Towers, including the
Towers; Helene (Mrs. Murry)
Koretzky, chairman of God-
mothers '76; Marjorie (Mrs.
Leonard) Wien, the first chair-
man of Godmothers when it was
formed in 1958; and EleanOre
(Mrs. Ollie) Cohen, a "part-
time" Godmother '76 who
srjends most of the year in Bos-
ton.
Round Town
Judge John R. Barrett has
been elected to the board of
directors of Pan American Bank
of Dade County. A former muni-
cirtal judge and city attorney
for the City of Miami. Barrett
is a graduate of the University
of Notre Dame and the Univer-
sity of Virginia Law School.
In 1966 he became regional
vice president for the National
Institute of Municipal Law Of-
ficers, covering a jurisdictional
area of five states including
Florida.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DAOe COUNTY. FLORIOA
PROBATE DIVISION
Filt Number 76-1476
O.vision JOSEPH NESBITT
IN RE ESTATE >'
; PI BI8HER,
i .1
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
Ti> AM. PERSONS HAVING
(' AIMS oil DEMANDS AOAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE AM> 'AI.I,
OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE KSTATK: ___
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
th.it the administration of the estate
of IKVIN'i Fl KISHER. deccaaVd. File
Numlier 76-1476. is pendlnK in pie Cir-
cuit "ourt for Dade County. Florida.
Probate Division, the address of which
Is 73 West Flacler Street. Miami.
Florida 33101. The personal represen-
tative, of the estate Is CEIL FLE1SH-
ER. whose address is 1300 Soufti Flis-
cayne Point Road. Miami Reacti. Fla.
33141. The name and address of the
personal representative's attorhey are
set forth below
All persons having; claims or de-
m-inds neainst the estate are requir-
ed. WITHIN THREE MK1NTH3
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBI ICATION <>F THIS NOTICE, to
file- with the clerk of the above court
a written statement of any claim or
demand they may have. F.a<* claim
must he in writing and must 'Indicate
the basis for the claim, the nime and
i I MM of the creditor or his kgent or
attorney, and the amount claimed. If
the claim Is not yet due. the dnje
when it will become due Shall !" Il lt
-I If 'he claim is contingent or unli-
quidated, the nature of the uncer-
tainty shall be stated If the claim il
n"u---d. the security- shall l- describ-
ed The claimant shall deliver suffi-
cient copies of the claim to the clerk
i inabM the clerk to mall raw copy
i l ersonai renresentatl^e
All persons Interested in the estate;
whom a copy of this Notice of Ad-
ministration has been mailed'are re-
nut-ed. VV'TIIIN THREE Months
PROM THK DATE OF Till-: FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
io file anv objections thev irfay have
C-.i' challenges the validity, of the
decedent s will, the qualifications of
i... personal representative, or the
verfue or jurisdiction of the cotirt
A'.' C'ATMS DEMAVDf AND
OMJECTfONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER RARI'ED
!.. of the first publication of this
if Administration March 19.
1976
CElb fl KISHER
As Personal RkreseiulatWe bf the
Estife of IRVING PLBISHER,
Deceased1
ATTORNEY FOR
PERSONAL -REPRESENTATIVE:
MICHAEL RECHI.ER
417 Uncoln Road
Miami Beach. Fla 33139
Telephone: 5J8-5555


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Ritual of Circumcision Explained
In Rabbinical Association Booklet
The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami has completed a
comprehensive booklet on the
Jewish ritual of circumcision,
"When a Jewish Boy Is Born,"
it was announced by the Asso-
ciation's president. Rabbi Ralph
P. Kingsley of Temple Sinai of
North Dade.
The booklet explains the his-
torical meaning of "Brit Milah,"
or ritual circumcision, the pro-
per procedures according to
Jewish law, and the qualifica-
tions of the mohel or officiator
at the ceremony.
The publication was prepared
and edited by the Association's
vice president, Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin of Temple Israel of Mira-
mar, and is being distributed to
all area hospitals through chap-
lains of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation's community
chaplaincy service. In addition,
CCS director Rabbi Solomon
Schiff will distribute the book-
let to all doctors in related
fields in South Florida.
"There is no nobler way to
start a Jewish boy's life than
with the beautiful ceremony of
Brit Milah," said Rabbi Kings-
ley. "This simple and safe pro-
cedure symbolically links the
new son with his past, and de-
dicates the child to Jewish loyal-
ty in his future."
Copies of the booklet, which
was made posible through the
generosity of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, are available
through the Rabbinical Associa-
tion of Greater Miami. 4200 Bis-
cavne Boulevard, Miami, Fla.
33137.
Pharmacy Alumni
Plan a Meeting
The Florida Chapter of the
Alumni Association of the
Brooklyn College of Pharmacy
has scheduled a meeting for
Sunday, March 21, at 8:45 a.m.
;it the Washington Federal build-
ing on NE 167th St. The meet-
ing will be preceded by a free
Continental breakfast at 8.
Guest speakers are urologist
Wynne A. Steinsnyder on "Bi-
centennial I'rostatitis and Uri-
nary Symptoms" and cardiolog-
ist Ronald B. Kaufman on "Hy-
pertension, Stroke and Related
Factors in the Quality of Life."
Quest ion-and-answer periods
will follow each talk. Two hours
of continuing education credit
will be issued on request.
Citv of Hope Is Named
A Horizon on Display Site
The City of Hope, interna-
tionally recognized medical
treatment and research center,
has been named one of 200
Horizons on Display Sites by
the United States Department
of Urban Housing and the
American Revolution Bicenten-
nial Administration, according
to Mrs. Cy Plasky. president of
the Florida Council of Auxilia-
ries of the City of Hope.
These sites have been chosen
as representative of A
continuing capacity to find
tive approaches to contenr
needs. Tourists and internation-
al visitors are being urge -1
visit them during the Bicei
nial year. City of Hope
only major national medical
research faculity to re<
such recognition.
City of Hope has 15 ai.
lies with 3,000 membe
Couth Florida.
Music Lnder the Stars
The Greater Miami Philhar- on Key Biscayne. John Gn
monic in coooeration with the
Miami Herald and the City of
Miami will present a Bicenten-
nial pops concert "American
Salute" on Saturday. April 3
at 8:30 n.tv at Marine Stadium
will conduct.
The program features music
by Bernstein. Rodgrs and Har:
Rod2ers and Hammer
Gershwin. Gould and Gre-.'::
WELCOME
TO THE
WORLD
PLASTIC
MAN,
He can't talk.
He wont apologize when he en's.
He never smiles.
He has no understanding of your
problems or special needs.
He isn't available in an emergency
and his humans always have to
consult him.
He's plastic and can't care.
We're people.
People to people.
We built our reputation on it.
We care.
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