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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 49 Number 3 6 Fred K. Shochet- Friday, Sept. 3, w Miami, Florida Friday, September 3. 1976
By Mall 50 Cent* Three sections Price 25 cent?
Troop and Missile Buildup in Sinai
Officer Killed in Korea
Was Jewish Convert j Egypt Infiltrates Buffer
Battalions on Move
WASHINGTON (JTA) First Lt. Mark T. Barrett,
one of the two American army officers killed by North Koreans
in a demilitarized zone last week, was converted to Judaism in
May, 1974. a month before his marriage to Juliane Reiner, of
Hollywood, Fla., in a Jewish ceremony in Gainesville.
Barrett and his bride met while students at the University
of Florida at Gainesville. He was graduated in 1973 and as an
ROTC officer was assigned to the Army Training Center at
Fort Jackson, near Columbia, S.C.
SHORTLY AFTER his arrival there, he approached Rabbi
Continued on Page 15-A
Denounce Libyan As
UN Council President
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Israel, charging
that Libya was behind the hijacking of an Air France
plane to Uganda, the recent terrorist attack on passengers
boarding an El Al plane in Istanbul and other terrorist
atrocities, has denounced the fact that the Libyan
president of the Security
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA Egypt's reply to an Israeli
complaint that Egypt is maintaining more battalions in
the Sinai buffer zone than is permitted by the second Sinai
accord is unsatisfactory. Israel will continue to press on
the issue, Defense Minister Shimon Peres said here.
Israel had complained of
the
representative will be
Council in September.
What more blatant
example could there be of
the systematic cynical
disregard of the Charter of
COL. Q ADD API
Rustin Says
Terrorists
AreNot
Revolutionary
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
J| VSHINGTON (JTA) -
Civil Rights leader Bayard
Kustin. who frequently writes on
issues of concern to blacks, has
warn<-d that international
tmormni is "an even greater
tnreat to developing countries
than to the industrialized West.
Writing in the AFL-CIO News,
the United Nations than
the fact that the
representative of Libya, the
paymaster and instigator of
international terror, will
preside over the Security
Council during the month
of September," Israeli
Ambassador Chaim Herzog
said in a letter to UN
Secretary General Kurt
Waldheim.
"EXACTLY four years after
the massacre of the Israeli
athletes at the Munich Olympiad.
an accomplice to that crime will
assume the presidency of the
Security Council," he stated.
The presidency of the Council
is rotated automatically each
month among its 15 members.
Hut Herzog noted that "Libya, a
totalitarian dictatorship ruled by
Col. (Muammar) Qaddafi. whose
hands are soaked in the blood of
innocent victims of international
and Arab terror throughout the
world" is a member of the
Council which Ls charged by the
UN Charter with "the main-
tenance of international peace
and security."
"It is the considered view of
the government of Israel that the
time has been reached when the
United Nations must take im-
mediate and effective action in
order to put an end to this in-
tolerable situation," Herzog said.
HERZOGS LETTER, which
he asked to be circulated as an
official document of both the
Council and the General
Assembly, contained a list of a
Continued on Page 13-A
four apparent violations.
Peres made his statement
after meeting for an hour
with Gen. Ensio Siilasvuo,
commander of the United
Nations forces in the
Middle East, on the latter's
return to Israel after he met
in Cairo with Egyptian
Defense Minister Gen.
Gammasy on the com-
plaints. Chief of Staff
Mordechai Gur attended
the Peres-Siilasvuo
meeting.
ISRAEL COMPLAINED that
Egypt had placed 16 battalions in
the Sinai, twice the number
permitted by the accord; of
Egyptian helicopter fly-overs of
the buffer zone for intelligence
purposes; construction of missile
sites east of the Suez Canal, and
movement of Bedouins from
north to south in the buffer zone.
Egypt had agreed to see to it
that the 7,000 Bedouins in the
buffer zone would stay on its
northern end. Peres noted that
the UN headquarters had
estimated that there were 11
battalions in the zone and added
that this meant that the UN
agreed with Israel's view that the
number was excessive.
HE SAID that Egyptian
replies on the other three com-
plaints, as relayed by Siilasvuo,
were satisfactory. Peres noted
Continued on Page 14-A
GEN. SHARON
Dovev 'GoodFence'
Becoming Border Post
No U.S. Embassy for Christian Lebanon .
Syria on Verge of Annexation 15-A
,3-A
TEL AVIV (JTA) The scope of Israeli help to
refugees from Lebanon's ferocious civil war reached a new level
with the disclosure that the "good fence" at Dovev on the
border has become an official border post with all the facilities
and Israeli personnel assigned to a border checkpoint, similar to
arrangements at the Jordan River bridges.
Officials also reported that more than 5.600 Lebanese have
received medical treatment in northern Israel since a field
hospital was set up in mid-April to treat civil war veterans.
THEY SAID two-thirds of those treated were Maronite
Christians and the rest Moslems. The decision to open a regular
post at Dovev stemmed from the fact that the number of
Continued on Page 12-A
B'nai B'rith Accuses Soviet
Lecturer of Virulent Anti-Semitism
Continued on Page 3 A '
From Israeli Point of View
WASHINGTON
(JTA) B'nai B'rith has
cited the activities of an
official Soviet propa-
gandist, a professional
public lecturer and writer,
who accuses Zionists of
being anti-Semites bent on
world domination as
evidence that "anti-
Semitism remains very
much a Kremlin political
ploy."
David M. Blumberg,
B'nai B'rith president,
charged Dr. Valery Yemel-
yanov, an academician and
a member of the "Znanie
(Knowledge) Society," with
"promoting uninhibited
anti-Semitism" in his
government-sanctioned
lectures and writings.
THE ZNANIE Society con-
ducts public lectures, a popular
activity in the Soviet Union.
According to a Communist Party
ournal. some 20 million lectures
reached more than a billion
persons in a single year.
Rlumberg said that Yemel-
yanov s career as a lecturer is
sponsored by the Central Com-
mittee of the Soviet Communist
Party, giving "an official im-
primatur to his rabid anti-
Semitism."
Yemelyanov. posing as a
"scientific specialist" on
Zionism, has described the
Zionist movement as possessing
"strictly secret frameworks" that
include "almost all the presidents
and parliaments of the developed
capitalist countries, and
especially those of the U.S."
BLUMBERG SAID that in
'similar absurdities,"
Yemelyanov claimed that "80
percent of the economy and 95
percent of the mass media in the
capitalist world are Zionist-
owned." that Zionists are the
Continued on Page 11-A
I
New French Premier Has Good Record
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) -
rench economist
Raymond Barre, appointed
*US- 25 as Prime Minister,
18 replacing GauUist leader
Jacques Chirac who
resigned after a long period
of strain and mis-
understandings with
President Valery Giscard
d'Estaing. The departure of
Chirac and his replacement
by a non-party personality
is seen as the end of
Gaullism as a basic tenet of
French policy.
Observers here say that
this fact, combined with
Barre's personality and his
former attitudes both in
Brussels where he served as
vice president of the
Continued on Page 2-A
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DAVID M. BLUMBERG


P*e2-A
* Jen 1si> Fkridiar
Friday, September 3, 197g
New French Premier Has Good Record
Continued from Page 1-A
European Economic Com-
munity's Commission and
in Paris where he served as
Minister for Foreign Trade
in the outgoing govern-
ment, may indicate a
change in Israel's favor.
THE OUTGOING Premier
was not only the leader of the
Gaullist Party, but also a
staunch advocate of Gaullist
policy within the regime led by
Giscard. a non-Gaullist
politician. Chirac is believed to
have defended a strongly pro-
Arab line within the French
government. believing that
France's economic future is
linked to its ties with the Arab
states, especially the oil
producing ones.
He favored the continuation of
De Gaulle's pro-Arab policies and
is a close personal friend of Iraqi
strongman Hassan Saddam. The
new Premier, a former prbfessor
of economics who only joined the
French government as Minister
for Foreign Trade in January.
1976. was in close contact with
Israeli diplomats during his
posting in Brussels.
ISRAELI DIPLOMATS in
contact with him at the time say
they found him friendlv and
understanding of Israel's
problems and economic needs.
Jewish bankers say he also
showed "a highly positive"
attitude during the crisis pro-
voked last year by an Arab at-
tempt to boycott French banks
dealing with Israel or controlled
by Jewish interests.
It seems highly unlikely,
however, that Barre will be able
to conduct a foreign policy of his
own. Giscard's rift with Chirac
was precipitated by the former
Premier's attempt to adopt
initiatives of his own and conduct
a half-independent policy
Nevertheless, the French
Cabinet change indicates that
freed of the Gaullist influence.
In Moldavian Province
Theater Centennial Marked
BUCHAREST (JTA) -
The capital of the Moldavian
province. Jassy. was the scene of
a remarkable gathering last
Thursday. The leaders of the
municipality's artistic, cultural
and scientific community and a
delegation of prominent Jewish
writers. poets. artists and
journalists came to Jassy to com-
memorate the 100th anniversary
of the birth of the Yiddish
theater.
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restaurant was given by the
Federation of Jewish Rumanian
Communities. It was not far from
there that Abraham Goldfaden.
the father of the Yiddish theater,
launched the Yiddish theater
with a performance of his own
play at Simon Marks' Green Tree
Inn.
RABBI MOSES Rosen. Chief
Rabbi of Rumania, in his toast
commemorating the event, said
"Jewish dramaturgy was only
continued by Goldfaden. Its
beginning was in our tradition,
folklore and song, in the Book of
Esther and in the Song of Songs.
It was rooted in our spiritual
heritage and the Yiddish theater
paid respect to this tradition both
in terms of language and con-
test."
Rosen said the gathering
marked a "yom tov not only for
Rumanian Jews and not only for
(he Rumanian people who
provided the facilities to preserve
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United States. Political circles
here say it was Chirac and the
Gaullist Party which prevented
Giscard from drawing closer both
to Western Europe and to the
US. claiming to preserve the old
Gaullist tenet of an independent
France.
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believed unlikely to change
basicallv. the French President
will have the possibility to
further normalize relations with
Israel and dispel the last mis-
understandings which still exist
between the two countries"
without changing France's basic
pro-Arab orientation.
Barre. 52, taught for 25 years
at Sorbonne University, where he
invariably adopted a nonpartisan
and liberal line. He has two sons,
one of whom is believed to have
visited Israel some years ago.
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memory of Goldfaden in the
building of a Jewish state theater
in Bucharest.
FROM AUG. 10 to 19. the
state theater observed the
centennial with successive per-
formances of plays by Sholom
Aleichem. S. Ansky. Israel
Bercovici and Gotthold Lessing.
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director and resident playwright
of the state theater. His latest
production. "The Golden
Thread." is devoted to the life
and times of Goldfaden.
Among the speakers at last
week's commemoration were Ion
Taranu. president of the Arts
Council. V. Vilcu. director of the
Rumanian National Theater, and
Frantz Auerbach. director of the
Jewish State Theater
The gathering in Jassy was
followed by a performance given
by the theater in Bucharest
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U.S. Won't Open I
Christian' Embassy |
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) The State Department said
here it has "no intention" of opening an Embassy "or any
office" in Christian-controlled areas of Lebanon.
Spokesman Robert Funseth made that assertion when he
was asked whether U.S. diplomats Robert Houghton and David
Mack, who had conferred earlier this week with Christian
leaders, including President-elect Elias Sarkis, had been asked
to establish a U.S. mission in Christian-held territory.
FUNSETH SAID the diplomats had returned to Cyprus
but he has not yet had a report on their consultations in
Lebanon
Houghton and Mack had arrived in Lebanon by sea from
Cvprus to Jonieh, the unofficial capital of Lebanon's Christian
enclave, because there was no other way for American
diplomats to reach that sector of Lebanon.
Funseth said earlier in the week that the U.S. has "no
specific plan" for the settlement of Lebanon's continuing crisis
and vigorously denied implications that the U.S. may favor a
division of Lebanon by partition or zones.
HE SAID the U.S. reaffirms that "we remain opposed to
partition, or do facto partition." and that the U.S. "reaffirms"
that ii Btanda for Lebanese sovereignty, national cohesion and
unity.
2,000 at Beigin Meeting
BUENOS AIRES (JTA) Menachem Beigin, a
leader of the Likud, warned here that the proliferation of
Nazi publications in this country must be taken seriously
in view of the Nazi experience in Europe.
Beigin addressed some 2,000 persons who crowded
Metro Cinema at a meeting organized by the Revisionist-
Hemt Party. He also called for international sanctions
against hijacking, warned that the PLO threats to destroy
Israel should be taken literally and noted that Mideast
peace w ill come when the Arabs convince themselves that
they cannot subdue Israel.
Hi also stated that the survival of Christians in
Lebanon is due to the aid provided by Israel.
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Continued from Page 1-A
Rustin denounced the theory that
the modern political terrorist is
"a revolutionary" and stressed
that both Mahatma Gandhi and
Martin Luther King had ad-
vocated non-violence.
PRAISING ISRAEL'S
"humane" rescue mission in
Uganda as "a defense of
democracy and world peace
against terrorism," Rustin
cautioned that "the problem of
political gangsterism will not be
ended by the heroism of the
Israelis."
"If anything, terrorism will
grow worse," Rustin wrote. "If
progress is to be made within
nations, and if world peace and
justice are to be furthered, it is
essential that the attack of
terrorists against the political
process and civilized society be
defeated."
RUSTIN CHARACTERIZED
developing countries as "soft
states" that have "a fragile
margin of resources which can be
devoted to the political and
economic modernization of the
country."
Terrorist violence "forces the
governments of developing
countries," he continued, "to
take repressive measures.
thereby alienating the citizens
and decreasing the government's
ability to make needed reforms
As the government loses popular
support, it is forced to adopt even
more repressive measures "
Eight years after King's death,
and 30 years after Gandhi's.
Rustin wrote. "We can see even
more clearly the reasons that
they advwated non-violence."
He said King preached non-
violence not only for moral
reasons, but for the pragmatic
reason that the use of violence
would he counterproductive and
would increase the forces of the
extreme Kight.
"ALTHOUGH terrorists claim
to represent the people, they are
in fact a self-proclaimed elite
which has set itself above politics
and above responsibility to
anyone. Most terrorists are not
motivated by political
programs."
Rustin said that while suc-
cessful democratic revolutions
have been ushered in by violence,
"they are the exceptions." The
attitude of democratic
revolutionaries is "entirely
different from that of terrorists,"
he added.
"It is not true, as is sometimes
contended, that one man's
freedom fighter is another man's
terrorist."
THE MODERN terrorist is
not a revolutionary "but a
gangster," Rustin wrote.
"Terrorists reject the possibility
that their political goals might be
achieved by means other than
violence.
"They will turn on any of their
own gang who rejects terrorism
and seeks peaceful change.
Consequently, it is almost always
true that terrorists do not become
responsible and respectable
rulers if they gain power."
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- when the facts, strange a> they >e-
themservea
Chirac Sent Home
The departure of Jacques Chirac as Premier of France
should be canae for h wi|aiaa Chirac an inveterate
Gaullist. was the vestige of stern right-wing attitudes
inspired by Charles De Gaulle in French naticr-ii ufe
As a Las: survivor in high office of the view that France
ast be central to the deataaj ::' Europe, and a: no matter
what cost to France's traditional friends. Chirac pursued
the diplomacy of a zealot without a source of real power
President Yalery Giscard d Estamg. m firing Chirac,
demonstrated it was he and not his former Premier who
indeed tned to carry on the business of France, both
domestic and foreign, as if there were no one efae above him
or at the helm of the nation.
Chirac's departure may mean a loosening of Chirac's
Gaullism and a return to more traditional French
tapiomacy In terms of Israel, this may mean a softening of
the Quai d'Orsay's hard ana-Israel hne with ks knuckling
under to the Arabs and their od-nch lands at every instant.
We say -nay On the other hand, it may not What reailv
occurred with the firing at Chirac was a statement b'v
Giscard that he was boss, not the Premier A possible
softerang of French attitudes is onxv a secondarv
paaaHRj
New Life for Yiddish
The first World Conference in Israel far Yiddah and
Jewish Cukie should provide a welcome revttahxaooo for
Yiddish, a langnage whose death has a* too often been
jniiauatureiy reported. The fact that 500 delegates from
throughout the world attended the conference and that
2.000 persons attended the opening sessaoc should be proof
that \ iddish is sqH airve and fciBfcfcg
The holding of the wJa in Jerusalem and the
support a received from the government of Israel a of more
than passmg knportance.
Yiddish may no longer be the angua franca of the
=-Jorny of Jews throughout the world, bu: :: wj] not die
out The Jerusafec conference was proof that Yiddah
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rank amateur* And m
t prjlitical prophei v -hat
beerved in the interview that
a bin black man" (and
that role better than he?l must
always be in a position ol
to keep some white man
Jew" from trying to contl
push The Brothers around.
WIN/, program director Ron
Davis would answer none
phone calls I had a few -impfe
'ions, and a few of mj own
answers to them, alread) for-
mulated in mind, like:
t Is Reese a member ol you
staff (Probably not i
Was the interview with Alia
syndicated tape? I More likely i
Did WINZ audit the tape
before putting it on the air?
(Doubtful I
If syndicated, did the
broadcasting network which
distributes it audit the tapes
U-forehand? (You betcha.i
Why would the network air
such an offensive inter\ ii'w?
(Who says it soffensive?!
Would WINZ have aired it if
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Mafia and Our Community
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\SHIN "-TON O- latj
H Mafii rooster Jetai R
an mi few tail % nataa He
nevw mde it. H:s mmm~~tnn
oouSed ae that be bad % azished
F.\e jreara ago. we m-
'estigated RceehYs role m the
CIA pioc to assassmate C
Premw Fniei Castro RoseiL
focad that we protected our
sources He came te trmt -i We
were the only aeavueu be would
tali to Tfcat s why bis assocates
caiiec us aoout his dzs*p-
pe*r*ae*
WE BROtlE the story here cw
ABC that Roaeili was tmssag -\
few days later bts body was
fooad. stuffed iato aa oJ dram,
near Nortc Man Beach.
Three Miami detect. ?s
recentiy flew to WaaMagaai
ookmar ** dvea that ought lead
to Rose& s kitten. TWy got the
nmarouad The FBI gave then:
bo heap. The Senate Intelligence
CoamaKtee refuaed to let them
see BaaaV s tatesc teximonT It
b stanped "Top Secret
We can report what he sa*d
Roaefii teatidad that he heia-rad
Fidei Castrc was reaponsMe for
JsciiF Kecaec> s aasassiEatna.
:- as hj f^rst reactioe Rosefc
saai. apaa leam^g that Kenaeo.
had bees t-'.'nc
ROSELLI BEUE^TD :aa:
Castrc haa reciiated fcr ^e
a:^=CC _pc= -_s :r: j^ 5_-
P-oflj inamd that he had oo
:ence. that he was Ban
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Sam
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He had also antagonized some
powuful mobsters by talking too
much tr the government It looks
as if his killing was a gangland
execution
The Central Intelligence
Agency, meanwhile, has given up
ks efforts to assassinate FioW
Castro The last attempt was
made m 1963 Yet the plotting
agamst Castro ts still going on.
As iate as Last May. a group of
Cubans ia M ami conspired to kill
Castro wfcue he was visiting
Mexico City Intelligence sources
say the plotters belonged to a
wrronst group called the Prag-
oatiatas But ti*y have no
oaaaaoaaa wah the CIA
KIM comeuppance Kun II
Sucg the Soch Korean leader.
has apokigaac tot the murder of
two Amerscac officers Tbe\ were
beacea aa death by axe-aiekhng
x -- K:.-ear guards Kim said
tae * aa apokv>
acc :ae L zxec Sca-^s reiected k
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^ VIEW FROM San Clemente
Former president Richard Nixon
is worried that President Ford
may jeopardize his accomplish
ments in China Nixon recently
emphasized this to at least two
close friends
He said old Mao Tse-Tunc the
founder of Communist China, is
dying It is a crucial time.
therefore, for Chinese-American
relatkMM
Yet as Nixon sees it. Ford is
neglecting China and favoring
Russia. N ixon believes this ts an
historic mistake He thinks the
Inked States should tilt towanj
China.
The former President is also
critical of Ford's diplomatic
efforts in the Middle Fast
Recent events have giver the
I'nkad States an opportune he
said, to strengthen its ties **ith
the moderate Arab countries
The will take skillful personal
diplomacy, ia Nixon's opttl B
will also mean adopting a BOH
balanced Middle East polio *ss
favorable to Israel But the end
result. Nixon contended ould
be better for Israel
GUARDING the wivea:
Democratic presider.tui:
iidate Jimmy Carter has ob-
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Dg mate. Mrs v
conndential rec
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Page 5-A
Is Judaica Greater Force Than Ritual?
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
] would like to take this op-
nortunitv to officially introduce
Svgell to the Greater Miami
Zrish community. I am the new
Hillfl director at Florida Inter-
national University. My
2S.....r. Rabbi Jay Miller.
led a legacy which I cannot hope
to equal However. I can commit
mvsell to the establishment of a
feeling of community among the
Jewish student population at
FIU based on an awareness of
Jewish identity
\a an unordained female
j^jgh professional. I have
certain advantages and certain
disadvantages. I recognize my
obvious lack of expertise in
performing Jewish rituals. I feel.
however, that my training in
community organization coupled
with my background in Judaica
will more than compensate for
that shortcoming.
HOPKFULLY. 1 will be able to
analyze the dynamics of my con-
stituent in terms of what
resources they can best utilize
and am familiar enough with
various segments of the Jewish
community to know how to best
iboul obtaining these
resource^
I gee Judaica as a far greater
force than ritual observance.
While this has always been and
will continue to be an essential
ingredient in any meaningful
program of Jewish content. 1 see
my role at FIU as providing
much more than that.
I ho|x' to be able to demon-
strate lo my Jewish constituency
here how Judaism can l>e utilized
to term the basic dynamics of a
total community '"kehila"
including social, cultural,
spiritual. psychological.
charitable, vocational and edu-
cation elements as well as
those "I a traditional ritualistic
nature Ml of these dynamics
have served to perpetuate the
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I hope to work closely with the
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forward with great anticipation
to the year ahead.
DF.BORAH J. BARNOFF
Miami
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Max Dimont, in his book.
"Jews, God and History.-'
mentions a French-Jewish
mathematician and astronomer.
Immanuel Bonfils. who invented
the decimal system in the 14th
Century, 150 years before it was
accepted by European scientists
Current books on the metric
system do not give Bonfils thi;
credit. The metric system is ol
Jewish origin.
(" S BELL
Miami Beach
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
While (ieorge Ball's letter
(Aug. 27) is certainly a better
explanation of his stand than
Victor Bienstock's article in-
dicated, he nevertheless falls into
the same error many men of good
intentions seem to make.
Ball completely ignores
realities when he says that the
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Fast are "the Palestinians, the
Clolan Heights and Jerusalem."
He claims that resolution of those
Issues would bring peace to the
area.
THE FACT is that the only
issue is, and remains as it has for
28 years, exactly the one the
Arabs say it is, and refuse.
adamantly, to deviate from: the
existence of Israel.
How many more times, in how
many forums, in how many
euphemistic ways, as was the
case only the other day in
Colombo, do the Arabs have to
remind us that they mean exactly
that?
They've said it time and again
:hat resolution of the "Ball
ssues" in any way, regardless of
now accomplished, will only be an
advantage they achieve toward
their ultimate goal.
That. Mr. Ball, is the issue,
and if that one can be set aside,
and Israel's sovereignty and
security of its citizens safe-
guarded, the others will be
readily resolved and done with.
ARTHUR ROTH
Miami
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*Jenit Fkrk/iari
F"day, September 3, ift7 Israel Ousted from Soccer Group
By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA| Israel
has been ousted, as expected,
from the Asian Football (soccer)
Confederation by a unanimous
vote of the 21 delegates attending
the Confederation conferences at
Kuala Lumpur. Israel helped to
establish the Confederation in
1954 and participated in all sub-
sequent Asiatic soccer tourna-
ments under Confederation
sponsorship.
Israeli Education Minister
Aharon Yadlin said, in the first
official reaction to the ouster,
that this move was an expression
of the political illness infecting
present day sports.
SPEAKING at a reception
given by Premier Yitzhak Rabin
for Israel's Olympic team at the
Montreal Games, Yadlin application on grounds Israel was
denounced the ouster move as an entitled to have a representativt
"act of discrimination against present during debate at the
Israel, contrary to the ouster session, called the refusa'
regulations of the Asian Football a flagrant violation of fair play
Confederation and the principles concepts.
of the International Federation of
Football Associations and
contrary to the spirit of sports."
He challenged world sports
leaders to reject the ouster
decision, adding, "I find it hard
to believe they will ignore it."
The ouster motion was made
by Ahmed el-Saadon. a member
of the Kuwaiti delegation.
IN ANTICIPATION of the
ouster action. Michael Almog.
chairman of the Israel Football
Association, had applied for. and
was refused, an entry visa by
Malaysia. Almog. who made the
Che Hin of Malaysia, the
Confederation's general
secretary, said, it was reported
here from Kuala Lumpur, that he
had received a cable from Almog
demanding that the Con-
federation discuss his proposal
for Saadon to be dismissed for
presenting the ouster proposal,
but the cable was not read at the
meeting.
THE DECISION left Israel in
the strange position of still being
a member of the international
football federation but without
membership in any regional
football federation.
NEW YORK (JTA) The
National Conference on Soviet
Jewry reported that the family of
the late Col. Yefim Davidovich
has received an exit permit to
emigrate to Israel.
Eugene Gold. NCSJ chairman,
said this move "represents the
culmination of a long struggle,
though tragically Col.
Davidovich never lived to see his
name on an exit visa." He died of
a heart attack on April 24 at his
home in Minsk.
BEFORE HE died. Gold
recalled, Davidovich said. "My
life experience brought me to the
conclusion that my family and I
can live a life worthy of a human
Davidovich Family Given
Permit to Emigrate
being and a citizen only in th
Jewish National State
would not deny the truth den
my words, even if I had to suffer
everything from the beginning"
Davidovich wrote in (,ne of hi,
numerous appeals to SovW
authorities that "dunnK one of
the KGB interrogations or aft*
it I shall die Wfllingly o5
willingly I shall become", ^
a victim of anti-Semitism." '
SIXTEEN MONTHS latarth.
former Soviet war her., died still
hounded by the KGB Muried in
Minsk in full military uniform
more than 1.000 persons attended'
the funeral.
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She was the only first-term legislator named
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result of her efforts there, she's become known as
an architect of Florida's massive Environmental
Reorganization Act.
She was the only Dade House member, and
the only first-term member, on the critical Ap-
propriations conference committee this year- and
as a result of her efforts there, Dade realized more
and.better budget increases than in any recent
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*JiiJfkricffi/
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i sop er on o o (Military Pressure on Newsmen'
Dead in Argentina
BUENOS AIRES (JTA) Funeral services were held
at the Tablada Jewish cemetery recently for Prof. Rodolfo
Monfolo, an Italian-Jewish author and philosopher who died
here at the age of 99.
He had lived in Argentina since 1939 when he fled the
Fascist regime in Italy. Prof. Monfolo was born in Sinigaglia,
Italy, and was educated at the University of Florence where he
received a doctoral degree in philosophy at the age of 22.
HE WAS a professor of philosophy at the University of
Bologna and after settling in Argentina he taught con-
secutively at the universities of Buenos Aires, Cordoba and
Tucuman. Prof. Monfolo published more than 500 books and
articles.
Among his best known books are "Hellenic Genius,*'
"Interpretation of Heraclitus." and "Thinking in Antiquity."
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AND WORKS FOR
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JERUSALEM (JTA) A
book due to be published here
soon accuses army and Defense
Ministry officials of leaning on
military correspondents in an
effort to get them to write reports
according to the "desirable line."
The author of the book "Blinds
at the Top" is Shimshon Offer,
who, as Davar's military cor-
respondent for 10 years, covered
the Six-Day War, the war of
attrition and the Yom Kippur
War.
OFFER CLAIMS that in order
to assure the "desirable line," the
military establishment used
pressure and threats, both ex-
plicit and implicit, and imposed
its "line" on the press and other
communications media.
He tells of one senior official
who requested military cor-
respondents slant their reports
on Israel Defense Forces ac-
tivities along the preconceived
views of the IDF.
The officer. Offer reveals, told
the correspondents that he has a
"personal file" on all of them and
that he assumed they wanted to
maintain their contacts and
relations with the army in the
, future.
THE BOOK, which covers the
relationship between the military
authorities and the cor-
respondents prior to the outbreak
of the Yom Kippur War, devotes
its last chapter to describing the
methods taken to undermine
widespread protests by the cor-
respondents right after the war.
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Friday. September3
1976
ZO A Convention Due Sept. 9 in New York
NEW YORK The
Zionist Organization of
America will hold its 79th
annual national convention
Sept. 9 to 12 here with an
expected attendance of over
800 delegates representing
the ZOAs 120,000
members across the
country.
, The sessions, which will
be held in the Waldorf-
Astoria Hotel, will be
conducted under the theme,
"America and Israel
Partners in Democracy."
A CONVENTION pilgrimage
to the Statue of Liberty and
Ellis Island to mark the U.S.
Bicentennial, being organized in
cooperation with the National
Parks Service of the Department
of the Interior, will take place on
Sept. 8 and will set the tone for
the convention.
While on Liberty Island, the
ZOA will hold a special ceremony
commemorating those Americans
who. over the years, have made
an outstanding commitment to
Israel's survival.
Representatives of Jewish or-
ganizations and leaders of the
community have been invited to
participate in the ceremony and
the tour which is open to the
public. Reservations for the
'Arik'Sharon Will
Be Keynote Speaker
NEW YORK Brig. Gen. Ariel 'Arik" Sharon. Israel's
military hero who masterminded and led the crossing of the
Sue/ (anal by Israeli defense forces during the Yom Kippur
War. will address the opening session of the 79th annual
national convention of the Zionist Organization of America on
Thursday. Sept. 9. 8 p.m.. in the Waldorf-Astoria here.
Sharon gained worldwide fame for his daring military
exploits in the Six-Day War of 1967 and the Yom Kippur War
of 1973. The crossing of the Suez Canal by Israel forces com-
pletely isolated the Egyptian Third Army.
In recent months Sharon, who is now retired, has been
critical of the enforcement of the separation of forces agreement
in Sinai which he opposed. Me has charged the Egyptians with
violations of the agreement and has blamed Israeli government
officials for not acting vigorously in opposition.
United Nations forces have confirmed that the Egyptians
have moved more troops across the Canal than is allowed under
the agreement.
vention on Sunday. Sept 12, in
the Grand Ballroom of the
Waldorf-Astoria.
An ideological symposium on
Israel-Diaspora Relations, in-
cluding Leon Dulzin. president of
the World Union of General
Zionists and treasurer of the
Jewish Agency and World
Zionist Organization, and Rabbi
Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island
program^an be made by con-
tacting the ZOA National Office
at ZOA House, 4 East 34th St.,
New York. 10016.
FORMER United States Am-
bassador to the United Nations,
Daniel P. Moynihan. will be
guest of honor at the black-tie
banquet closing the ZOA Con-
Leaving Site in UN Hands
Hebron Building Out of Bounds
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Defense Minister
Shimon Peres indicated
that the government will
not allow residents of the
Jewish settlement of Kiryat
Arba and the Gush
Emunim movement to take
over the former Hadassah
Hospital in Hebron for use
as a synagogue.
He said the building,
which has been the target
of several attempts by
militant Jews to hold
prayer meetings there, was
given to UNRWA and
Israel was committed to
leaving it in UN hands.
PERES MADE his statement
following the weekly Cabinet
milling. The Cabinet issued a
communique that no Jewish
presence will be increased in
Hebron without government
approval
A group of MKs are scheduled
In sec Peres tomorrow to urge the
approval for the U86 ol three
buildings in Hebron, including
A SACRED TRUST
Elect
PATRICK "PAT"
McGROTTY
Circuit Judge
Doric Bar Association rales McGro'iy
dm Group 7 LEVER 24 D
tut Ik tr, IM Patrick M McCtltt,
Cjmii Fund Muni OuBDm Dtp Treiurer
the former Hadassah Hospital,
which were1 owned by Jews until
the 1929 Arab riot in which 63
Jews were killed in thai citj
Hut Peres, who has been
considered ,i sympathizer of
Gush Emunim's settlement
at tempi s. said today that with
the prayer facilities in the Tomb
of Patriarchs (Machpelal and tin-
nearby Kiryat \rl>a there was no
need to turn i he former Hadassah
Hospital into a synagogue, a use
it also bad in the past
EARLIER IN the day, eight
Gush Emunim activists were
detained in another prayer at-
tempt at the old hospital
building. One "I those arrested
was Hannan Porat, a Gush
Emunim leader, who guided
many ol its illegal settlement
attempts
The eight arrested were among
100 men and women, most ol
them from Kiryat Arba. who
gathered on Input the building at
1:30 a.m. to engage in ;i Torah
study lesson.
Police broke up the meeting at
1 a.m. This was the third at tempt
to hold a prayer meeting in the
building. Last week, a group of
yeshiva students from Kiryat
Arba left peacefully when police
arrived, but another group ol IS
was arrested the next day and
they are still being r Id.
Alexander Schindler. chairman of
the Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Or-
ganizations, will be held at the
Friday evening Oneg Shabbat
Sept.'lO.
Dr Joseph P, Slernsiein. pres-
ent of the ZOA. will deliver the
convention keynote address at
the opening session on Thursrf,,
evening Sept. 9. ""'
YOSEF ALMOGI. i-haira,,
of the Executives of the J^-l
Agency and World Zionis
Organization, will address
convention on Saturday
Sept. 11.
Founded in 1897. the Zionin
Organization of America WOrk
to safeguard the independents
integrity and security nf
people and State of I srael
the
night.
the
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AUTO INSURACE RATES
ARE A RIP-OFF!
Herb
FRIESNER
will introduce legislation to end the rip-off and
reduce auto insurance rates. Here's how the
"FRIESNER PLAN" works!
1. Mandatory annual audit of insurance company
reserves
2. Base rates on premium dollars plus company's
investment income
3. Exclude first Si,000 personal injury claim
(usually covered by medical insurance) from
no-fault coverage
4. Strict enforcement of Florida Statute 627-728
halting present cancellation and refusal to
renew policies without good cause
5. Control of load-on charges and high interest
rates by agencies and premium finance
companies
6. Set insurance rates on a statewide basis rather
than penalizing counties like Dade.
Elect
FRIESNER
State Representative
District 115 Lever 7-B
And let's end the auto insurance rip-off!
by 'he Herb Frieiner Campaign Fond Dc
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Lay. 8eptember8,1976
* kni ^ fhridfimn
Page 9-A
Yiddish Conference Held in Jerusalem
I By YITZHAK SHARGIL
Li \VIV (JTA) The
Lil'.-i Yiddish filled the halls
[he King David Motel as some
) delegates arrived here for the
World Conference in Israel
J*Yiddish and Jewish Culture.
[ rence hopes to stem the
T|im, ol "i iddish in Israel and
bad.
I Bass, secretarj ol the
Lrican committee tor the
ference, said he expected the
Terence would give an impetus
Yiddish research and studies
countries. "There arc
Ijons ol lews who speak the
he United states.
fcada. Latin America,
Itralia and even Israel." Bass
There i- a Jewish culture of
I ',-!. is part and parcel
1.1 mattei ol tact it is a culture
,, ,n- ^\s,> NOTED that there are
!, (jes and universities
p. \ dclish i- taught in the
ihi need i- lor more
teachers and librarians. He said
he hoped the conference would
draw up plans for teachers'
seminars, education systems and
a Yiddish theater
"If there are plans. I am sure
funds will be available to earn
them out.'' he said.
I)r Judah J. Shapiro, pres-
ident of the Labor Zionist
Alliance in the United States.
and another member of the large
I S delegation, said he saw the
conference as recognition given
to Yiddish culture by its sister
culture. Hebrew, and by Israel
NOTING THAT world Jewry
has placed Israel on the top ol its
priorities. Shapiro stressed that
cultural survival must be
regarded as the next priority, lie
-aid the centralitj of Israel
ere,lies ., siiuatioii that world
Jewry will take up any hint from
Jerusalem.
The conference in Jerusalem,
sanctioned by the Minister of
Culture ol Israel, is apt to bring
about a change of attitude
toward Yiddish," Shapiro said
"Jerusalem has to be the basis
for all act i\ ities ol Yiddish."
Mixed Reaction Noted
To Colombo Resolutions
B\ GIL SEDAN
RUSALEM (JTA)
HKeaciinn in Jerusalem is
Ked to the anti-Israeli
_)lutions adopted by the
1 nonaligned summit
erence in Colombo. Sri
ka.
Ihi the one hand, political
or noted that the
ftluiions demonstrated
im the amount of
tility toward Israel by a
K>' number of countries.
J)UI l(\l. OBSERVERS
owever. that the
ok ice demon-
I I-: !,.,' '-.- Third World is
I thi Vrab states
.....btain a suf-
tro
ic
Did
loir
lee
it
1
Ion
ia
id
ten
hu
m
ntlll l ol \otes to take
against Israel
f- expulsion from the
I meeting in
I '
lei Yigal \ll.>n
ibinel that the
pnee was inef-
1 did not deal
sues ol the under
leclaration ol the
; 16 hours aftei
j" 1 ended called on
I members to give
I ipporl to the Niab
Palestinian people
1 tie against Israeli
S-J I
11 DECLARATION said
about nine years following
s gression, Israel
1 occupN \rab
": "- and violate the
lM" national rights ot I he
I peopl,.
condemned Israeli settle-
'' 'he occupied territories
ures aiming at the
."":- ol the political,
I '"' and cultural
religious character
I isaleni and other occupied
charged that with full U.S.
backing, "Israel persists in its
dilator} tactics and efforts to
prolong it- occupation in a bid to
obstruct the establishment oi a
JUSI and lasting peace in the
region
The declaration called on the
conference members to work for a
iu-t peace which it said could
only be achieved through Israel's
complete withdrawal from oc-
cupied land and restoration oi t he
rights of the Palestinian people
The declaration also noted [hat
it was satisfied by the UN
resolutions "which condemn
Zionism as a form ol racism and
racial di -criminal ion
THE NONALIGNED con
ference called for an oil embai go
againsl Israel and France for
planning lo -ell arms to South
Miic.i The declaration noted
thai France is to sell submarines
and nuclear reactors and Israel
missile-equipped patrol boats to
1 ii.it count 1 \
Israeli sources here noted that
none ol the countries that par-
ticipated in the Colombo con-
ference sell oil to Israel, so it
would ha\ e no effect here
In Paris, Foreign Minis tei
Jean Sauvagnargues said. "It is
difficult to imagine thai oil
exporting nations could adopt
such an unjustified recom-
mcmlai ion."
He called on the Israeli
government and the Jewish
Agency, which are interested in
promoting Jewish education in
the diaspora, to provide teachers.
typesetters. secretaries and
librarians "who can be sent to
Jewish communities as
shlichim."
SHAPIRO SAID he wants the
conference to bring about a
recognition among world Jewry
that the Israeli cultural leader-
ship supports the Yiddish
culture.
"We want the conference to set
up plans for the translation ol
Yiddish literature into English,
Spanish and other languages so
that people w ill understand the
Jewish life in Eastern Europe
through the generations." he
declared.
Il/hak Korn. head of the
Israeli branch ot the World
Jewish Congress and head of the
organizing committee for the
conference on Yiddish, said he
hoped the event would
strengthen Yiddish culture
throughout the world, bring
nearer the cultures ot Yiddish
and Hebrew, and set up plans for
strengthening Jewish education.
UK SAID he regards it as an
important sign that the Minister
ol Culture has included Yiddish
as a language to be studied m
Israel's secondary schools.
Korn also wants the conference
to establish a national Yiddish
theater centered in Israel but
performing throughout the
world, and wants to increase
academic research in Yiddish
culture.
He said Yiddish should become
once again the major tool to help
fight against assimilation.
The struggle to retain the
Yiddish language and its cultural
ramifications was dealt a body
blow with the massacre of
European Jewry during World
War II and the suppression
generally of Jewish culture
both Yiddish and Hebrew in
Eastern Europe under the Soviet
and Soviet-sponsored regimes."
YIDDISH HAD been dying in
many countries, especially in the
I'nited States, because it was
viewed as a badge of the im-
migrant
In order to better participate in
1 heir new homes, the immigrants
sought to speak the dominant
language and. thus, failed to
impart their mother tongue to
their offspring. Kven in Israel,
Yiddish has long been viewed
condescendingly as the
"language of the golah."
The three major sponsors of
the conference the Yiddish
Writers Union in Israel, the
Yiddish Culture Committee in
Krael and the W/.O's cultural
department all see it as a
major turning point in Hebrew-
Yiddish relations
IT MAY mark an official end
to the long war here between
Yiddish and Hebrew
The delegates, who ha\e come
thousands of miles to attend the
conference, deeply hope that the
State of Israel will now provide 8
helping hand for Yiddish, lor the
presen at ion ol i he Jewish people
and for the preservation ol a rich
heritage of a thousand year-
DADE
NEEDS
STEVE
CLARK
AS MAYOR AGAIN!
County-wide
LEVER 33-A
PULL LEVER
22-B
GROUPONE
KEEP JUDGE
WETHEWNGTON
ON THE CIRCUIT COURT
RUBIMSTGN
conference denounced
called the use of the
I veto in the UN
r' ouncil to protect Israel
the need in
I {then pressure on Israel in
Nations and specialist
including the
'es ot eventually
I !'t of its membership in
1 tutions '
CONFERENCE
The one everyone respects.
i,.a......1 Askew needed someone 1 rest puhlii conhd
in the I >.l<- Count\ i omniisMon
He chose Sarah Rubinstein.
When (iovernoi Vskew was looking lot rvme
could trust and respect, urn name came nimu
Sand\ Rubinstein
Vftei hei successful t< rn 1- M I North Mm
Rubinstein did imt seek r
! you call 111
~ ., iveil.i-111< hrsl Chairpei Hhik
1 timmitleefoi the Pubtii Health I-
SI 1 a as Final* i I >n(oi tin 11
Voters
1 M-r\edontl i '
Cardiai II"- ,'''"1
I
I
and R. Commit-
dy Home Rule Charier. \nd on the Implementation
Committee Im I In ind I se I'lai M Orr's
nnttee lot low osl liou
eked the I >ade Count) Commission and
1 uuld step in and sei u
en \.ist knowledge ol then communil\ andbei ause ol
then n loi iinquest ame auain 1 ame
quit kb lo mind.
d\ Rubinstein.
He needed someone (o he ibhc confidence in the
> iiunt\ Commission.
Hi i-hoM Rubinstein \ran combinalionolintciirih.humanil)
.ind humiiiH
He: Ali.il.-ht.
Keep Sandy Rubinstein
County Commissioner
District* Pull Lever 37-F.
also


Realjews
Of a Real
ameaica
Joseph
poUkofp
THE REAL AMERICA, by Ben J. Wattenberg. Revised edition
with an introduction by Richard M. Scammon. Capricorn Books,
G. P. Putnam's Sons. New York. Paperback, 361 pp., $3.50.
IF BEN WATTERBERG did not have a single other fact to
add in his latest version of "The Real America" he would be hailed
for having performed a monumental favor for truth and light in
pointing out rich America does have poor Jews who fear crime in
the slums in which they exist and they require help like others in
poverty.
"The Real America." however, has myriad facts beyond those
on Jews and is. as someone has said, "a brilliant look at the facts
against the myths of American life." His bits about poor Jews are
especially essential facts that should be handy at the least to every
welfare worker to quote directly to those who think all Jews are rich
and powerful.
WRITING ON crime. Wattenberg says: "triple-padlocked
doors, drug addicts, muggings, rape, shakedown of school children
for lunch money are enough to drive many of the best intentioned
urbanites into the calmer suburbs. For the elderly, and often
defenseless, the tragedy is compounded. Many elderly Orthodox
Jews in New York no longer go to late afternoon services because
they must return home after dark and fear mugging, beating, and
humiliation."
Discussing "Black Progress and Liberal Rhetoric." Wat-
tenberg asks how does "a group" an ethnic group, a religious
group, a racial group make "progress" and adds wisely:
"IS "PROGRESS* defined as a situation when a whole group is
seen moving up and out of poverty or when only a substantial
fraction moves up and out? If the whole group must go up and out,
then even the Jews haven't made it yet.
"One of the reasons the American Jewish Committee lobbies
for high Social Security rates is because such a high proportion of
elderly Jews are still in poverty despite the generally
acknowledged success story of American Jews. What is true for the
Jews is true as well for the Irish and the WASPS much success
and some failure, each chronicled in our literature, our politics, and
our industry."
WATTENBERG HAS a pungent footnote in discussing a
questionnaire on women's liberation. Noting that 74 percent of
American women think that "having a loving husband who is able
to take care of me is much more important to me than making it on
my own." Wattenberg points out:
"These feelings do not seem to be restricted to American
women. In Israel, a land where sexual equality has long been a well
established and certainly well publicized doctrine, a survey team of
Hebrew University sociologists found that 75 percent of married
women from Jerusalem and Tel Aviv responded affirmatively to
this statement: 'A good mother and a good homemaker is a
woman's most noble goal.' Which may prove what has long been
suspected: American females are nothing but Jewish mothers in
station wagons."
WATTENBERG. who has written extensively on
demographic and political matters, is one of those few
Washingtonians who goes behind the prefab platitudes concocted
by publicity people to fit a politician's policy.
THE TOP SECRET CONVERSATIONS OF HENRY
KISSINGER: STEP BY STEP DIPLOMACY IN THE
MIDDLE EAST. By Matti Golan. Quadrangle
New York Times Book Co. $8.95
In providing direct quotations from documents and other
sources that Henry A. Kissinger engaged in double-dealing,
deception and threats in his diplomacy with Israel during his
Middle East shuttling. Matti Golan hardens the now widely ac-
cepted case that the Secretary of State hoodwinked and bulldozed
the Israelis to accept his position that ultimately led to the Sinai
agreement. The impact of Golan's disclosures, however, is hardly
startling even though this offering by the able diplomatic cor-
respondent of Haaretz is compelling reading for any student of the
period and of the Kissinger epic.
Those following Kissinger's Middle East manipulations from
the day he appeared for his confirmation in September, 1973, before
the Senate Foreign Relations Committee have been aware that the
Secretary is the "sharp lawyer" he protested to the Senators he
would not be. Foreign correspondent Flora Lewis picked him up
early in his Secretarial career. She reported to The New York Times
from Paris that. European Foreign Ministers found on comparing
notes on his private conversations that he told different things
about the same topic.
What the queen ROBeRt
heaRfc in ChuRCh Se<*1
IN EVER greater numbers, people are voicing
opposition to the busing of public school pupils as
a means of ending segregation in the classrooms.
Here, for example, is a JTA dispatch reporting
that The Jewish Rights Council has written
Attorney General Edward H. Levi from New
York indicating the Jewish Councils disap-
pointment over Levi's decision not to arrange tor
the US. Department of Justice to take action on
the tangled and volatile Boston school busing
problem at this time
Reading the JTA dispatch, one concludes that
the New York Jewish unit maintains that there is
the dire possibility that when students are bused,
some of the pupils "are going to be punished for
the sins of others
THIS OPINION is. of course, not shared by-
hundreds of Jewish community relations leaders
and workers who have, with sad hearts, witness.il
the politicizing of the school busing issue
Veterans in the field of civil rights respect the
U.S. Supreme Court ruling of 1954 and view with
dismay the current tendency to throw roadblocks
in the path of the desegregation process
How such delaying tactics have .it-
Boston, where the quarrel over busing is perhaps
more severe than anywhere in the nation, maj
gleaned by taking note oi recent Boston
developments Most dramatic was the bold
decision ol Rev. Robert W Golledge. vicar of the
Old North Church in Boston the Paul Revere
lantern church to use the occasion ol Queen
Elizabeth's visit to that American shrine for a
frank sermonic exposure ol the bitter truth about
Boston's school busing fight
WITH THE British monarch and her consort
worshiping a few feet from his pulpit, the vicar
wondered aloud if justice and mercy were still to
be found in the historic city
"Boston has been and is today a great citj oi
culture, commerce, and diverse and warm neigh-
borhoods," he declared "But we have more than
our share of false men and women who are calU
leaders, but are actually cowards running
from the frightening challenge of reconcile/
and accommodation. They are loud and 1
people who think themselves brave, but thev
weaklings unable to compromise and unwillin,',*
confront the complex struggles necessary
achieve reconciliation They are petty a^l
who accept their petty acclaim so easily ml
petty slogans They are not brave. no matt*
what verbal firepower they can order up fo
brave people are revealed by the difficulty'^
importance of the tasks they confront, not bvthe
sound and fury they cause."
THE VICAR'S frontal attack on the en>
plovment of the "forced" busing issui For political
advancement was thoroughly justified Not low
before Queen Elizabeth came to Boston, a special
Boston Committee On Violence, after intenstv
study, had reviewed the events leading up to the
modern revolution in the Hub the revolution
against the Supreme Court's rulings on school
segregation, against a federal judge's often
heavyhanded but technically justified effortati
bring a rebellious School Committee into line
The special committee demanded that Mayor
Ke\ in II White exert more effectb
\,i sooner did he move on that challene
new t lne.it to peace and order \ isited '
THIS THREAT came m the form of ;
distribution oi hundreds of pamphlets
l'i'lice Patrolmen's \ssociatior n -
as "Crime Citj USA" and rei omnv n
thousands perhaps Queen Elizabeth hei
to Slay awa\ trom the city In short, the ap-
pointed guardians ol the law wen in
ahdical ing in favor of chaos
Let the nation know then that then
ingredients in Boston's civic cauldron todaj Vod
i he frightful mess Has been concoct
those who fume about "forced" busing
were a catastrophe more to ; ;han a
nuclear attack bj Martians
those Who LeftAn&
those Who nevep Came
CarI
AlpeRt
PairelO-AI ^Jknisttkridiinin Friday, September3, 1976
HAIFA For the first time in five years the
year 1976 will show a decline in the trend of
emigration out of Israel a trend which had hit a
peak in 197"). It is estimated that 250.000 and
perhaps as many as 300.000 persons have left
Israel since the establishment of the State
We live in an age of shifting populations, and
while there has been a marked emigration from
the Arab slates too. from Egypt and Jordan and
from Lebanon even before the civil war. this fact
should be no consolation to us
ISRAEL IS admittedly concerned by these
emigres, or yordim as they are called in Hebrew
In a recent address Prime Minister Rabin referred
to them as "cowardly dropouts His words were
perhaps tin) harsh. The reasons tor I he departures
are many and varied, but it is doubtful that tear
played any major role.
The larger number of yordim give economic-
reasons. Taxes are high and it's not always easy
to make ends meet. Daily life can be a Struggle
An exaggerated emphasis on egalitarianism
removes much of the incentive from the more
talented, more skilled, more educated (lasses
Many of the newer immigrants find it difficult
to adjust to a new language and new customs.
THERE IS no doubt that a number of those
who leave do so for reasons of personal instability
and difficulty in adjusting to life anywhere They
carry their problems with them wherever thev go
but since they cannot admit this they usually
leave in a storm of accusations against Israel
\n increase in the number ol
Israelis who leave is ascribed to an ur^'e for ad-
venture, a desire to see the world Thev suffer
from a kind of national claustrophobia in the
confines oi a little country cut off from its neigh1
bors on all side.
SOME OF the yordim have mad< ."nlandi
few have even become millionaires in : h* I'niied
states The great majority an ngnolo
than they did in Israel They continue to call
themselves Israelis They teach their children
Hebrew They all talk of going back ,u some
indeterminate time in the future
What should !>< done to encourage and help
them to return'1 The suggestion that financial and
other incentives be offered has brought a sharp
reaction that this will be viewed as a prize given
to those who left Such help will provide tacit
encouragement to others who maj think, let*
(|iiit and try life in New York. If it doesn'tM
out we can always get liberal help to bring us
back. The fact is that they are s trailing back It
is estimated that about 7,000 will return this yew
American Jews do not look kindly upon thee*
Israelis in their midst. There is a stigma attached
to abandoning the country. But in all fairness the
question must be asked: why should wecnticuea
Jew who has come to Israel, tried the life, and
then left any more than we should criticizeone
who looks on from afar and has not even made the
effort to come here? On sober thought, who
should be criticized more?
ameRicans Who Wock at them Religion
MUCH HAS been made of the religious devotion of
Jimmy Carter, but what about Robert Strauss?
Strauss, chairman of the Democratic Party, was
president of his temple, Emanuel of Dallas, and his
rabbi, Gerald Klein, was one of the blessers at the
Democrative "love-in" at Madison Square Garden.
STRAUSS IS but one example of a prominent
American who works at his Judaism. We have had
famous American Jews who are indifferent to their
identity. We should be proud of Mr. Strauss, who is
actively involved.
On the Republican side. Richard Rosenbaum. a friend
of Nelson Rockefeller, who is chairman of his party in
Rabbi
Samuel Silver*
also active in the leadership of his
New York, is
synagogue.
AND THE man who has garnered more votes than
any other public official in New York State Col Arthur
Levitt, the longtime Comptroller, is another celebrity
who takes his faith seriously. He was president of
Union Temple. Brooklyn
t ?Tinent RePubcan- wh0 was the secretary of
M uTL"1 uthe K,*nhower administration ,
Maxwell Rabb. who now is the No. 1 lavman a, Tempi
Emanuel. New York City, where one of his Pred*s^
was another famous Republican, the late Admit*
I No doubt you know of other famous people who have
had leadership roles in their synagogues
I ADD two others: one of yesteryear. Julius Ma*
wh was governor of Oregon in the "30s and *
president of Temple Beth Israel, Portland; ami BD0W"
Ilersonsiiro ..u^.. _..,.l. .11... iM IlnfftieriTcr. wn
personage, very "much alive, Jerold Hoffberge..
owns the Baltimore Orioles in the world of baseball."
who heads the Council of Jewish Fed
Welfare Funds and who was prexv of the B.ilumort
Hebrew Congregation.


kiday. September 3, 1976
*Jemti fhridiain
Page 11-A
Charge
Soviet
Lecturer
Is Bigoted
Continued from Page 1-A
[ecrei owners of foreign oil com-
anii"- in Arab lands, and that
|h,. Torah was the "blackest
Uok" ever written.
Blumberg, who said B'nai
k'rjth would protest Yemel-
Jano\ lectures and writings to
Jh,. Soviet Ambassador, noted
tat the liussian's lectures were
loosed by the Soviet Jewish
Underground.
Recent Soviet emigres. Blum-
fc.rg -uid'd. say that lectures
fan i powerful force in the
loviel Union, much more
ilievable than the press."
Ilumberg also said that Yemel-
|ano\ propaganda was spot-
jhted by the Palestine
Liberation Organization in an
liti r\ i .-. published by "Falastin
|.Thawi (Free Palestine), in
lei nil
IN I UK interview, Yemel-
iano\ imed that "Russian
lioniM- were eonducting "anti-
cniiiic terror designed to
Irovoki lews to emigrate."
and anti-Semitism are
|t sides ol i hi' same medal."
Vemelyanov called for a
nrld coalition, led by the
n\ni- and Arabs to combat
onism The struggle would be
i linarily bloody," he
j
Rlumhi said B'nai B'rith
Duld continue to monitor
I ino\ writings and
I
BB District Five Names Fromberg
MALCOLM FROMBERG
At the recent B'nai B'rith
District Five Convention in
Baltimore, Md., Malcolm H.
Fromberg, local attorney, was
unanimously elected president-
elect of the District.
District Five encompasses
the area including Maryland
Washington. D.C., Virginia,
North Carolina, South Carolina,
Georgia and Florida.
The next District Five con-
vention will be held June 18
Former UN Envoy Raps
U.S. Recognition of PLO
through 21, 1977, at the
Americana Hotel in Miami
Beach. At that time, Fromberg
will automatically be installed as
president.
FROMBERG has been active
in civic affairs in South Florida
for the past 16 years. He is on the
Board of Directors of Temple
Emanu-El, Miami Beach,
treasurer of the Senior Citizens
Housing Committee of B'nai
B'rith, a member of the Advisory
Council of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, a member of
the ADL Regional Advisory
Board, chairman of the B'nai
B'rith Fund-Raising Cabinet and
Legacy Development Committee,
together with numerous other
committees.
At the same convention, Bert
Brown, a local CPA, was
unanimously elected second vice
president of District Five two
years after Fromberg assumes
office.
DISTRICT FIVE has been in
existence since 1867 and during
that period of time only six
persons from South Florida have
served as president.
The B'nai B'rith International
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Liberation Organization and
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refugee costs. however
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Continued from Page 1-A
Lebanese victims coming to Israel grows daily and that next
week about 100 Lebanese in 30 families are expected for a
month-long visit in Israel in a sort of summer visit program,
according to the officials.
More Lebanese families are expected to be coming for
longer periods than the one day or weekend visits typical since
the "good fence" program was organized.
THE CHECKPOINT will have a postal service because
Lebanese villagers are without such services in Lebanon.
Initially, letters will be stamped for delivery only to addresses
in Israel and the administered territories. Extension of general
postal service for the Lebanese residents will be examined.
The officials reported that a former resident of the Tel
Zaatar camp, the Palestinian stronghold which fell to attacking
Christian forces last week, had his vision restored in an
operation at the government hospital at Nahariya.
MAHMOUS FARES, 45, originally went to the camp to
get a job and when the attacks on the camp started, he suc-
ceeded in escaping before it fell but was reportedly severely
beaten by the Christian attackers, an assault which deprived
him of vision.
He managed to get back to his village and from there made
his way to the medical clinic at Dovev. There the decision was
made to send him to the Nahariya hospital. He is now fully
recovered.
Meanwhile, Israeli security forces made plans to foil an-
ticipated effots by terrorists to interfere with the assistance to
the Lebanese victims.
SECURITY SOURCES said there were indications, cor-
roborated by Lebanese visitors, that Arab terrorists were
planning a series of outrages aimed at undermining the
cooperative relations which have developed at Dovev.
According to the reports, the indications were that the
terrorists planned actions against Dovev and several other
openings along the border used by the Lebanese seeking help.
Israeli army units in the area were put on alert.
ONE FORECAST of such activities was the firing last
week of a shell from a Soviet rocket launcher, aimed at Dovev,
near the medical station there treating Lebanese victims.
The shell exploded in an empty area and caused neither
casualties nor damage.
Buber Home in Germany
Saved from Demolition

By JON FEDLER
BONN (JTA) A house in
Heppenheim. West Germany,
where Jewish philosopher Martin
Buber lived for 22 years, has been
temporarily saved from
demolition, thanks to protests by
a citizens' action group.
The Cultural Ministry of the
Federal State of Hessen has
declared the house a national
monument but the Town Council
of Heppenheim, a town of 24.000
residents situated 30 miles south
of Frankfurt, is appealing the
decision. The Council has owned
the house since 1949 and used it
as a youth center. It plans to
erect a new district ad-
ministration building on the site
as part of an urban renewal
program in the area.
IN AN effort to appease the
protesters, the Council has of-
fered to dedicate a room in the
planned building as a "Martin
Buber" reading or memorial
room with a commemorative
plaque outside.
Buber lived in the house while
a professor at Frankfurt Uni-
versity. During that period, he
and Franz Rosenzweig, the
German Jewish philosopher,
completed an Old Testament
translation from Hebrew to
German which won wide acclaim,
as well as several other books and
pamphlets.
Werner Wirt, 58, leader of the
citizens' group, told the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency that the
house was a fine example of late
19th-century architecture with a
beautiful garden, including three
elm trees, each over 150 years
old.
APART FROM aesthetic
reasons for saving the house,
Wirt said that Buber's name
"adds to our town's reputation.
"As a history teacher," he
added. "I am often asked by my
pupils how the Nazis came to
power and whether there were
any Jews in Heppenheim. It
would be very painful to me if the
home of such a prominent Jewish
person should disappear."
Samuel Rein hard. Miami
Beach religious and communal
leader. has been named
'Volunteer of the Year" for
the United States by the
American Red Magen David
for Israel. Senior rice
president of the Hebrew
Academy, he will be guest of
honor at the Dec. 16
Chanukah Festival for Israel
and Salute to the Entebbe
Rescue Mission, proceeds
from which will no to the
Magen David Adorn'S central
blood bank in Israel.
Arab Gets
Three Years
TEL AVIV (JTA I
Youssef Yaakub Koffah. a 43-
year-old Arab receptionist at a
Jerusalem hotel, has been sen-
tenced to three years' imprison
ment and to an additional three
years' suspended sentence on
charges that he was in the service
of Arab terrorists who planned to
kidnap a top Israeli security
official.
Koffah. who was sentenced last
Thursday by a military tribunal
in Lod. confessed to the charges.
According to the prosecution,
he had also relayed information
to the terrorists about a top
security official who was living in
the hotel.
THE TFRRORISTS planned
to kidnap the security official and
hold him hostage until Israel
released Archbishop Hilarion
Capucci. currently serving a jail
sentence lor aiding terrorists
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ROMIKDUKt
Boxer's Bigotry Aired Over Miami Radio
Continued from Page 4-A
LB bout Ali'8 crude anti-
I",,, remark beforehand? U.
t,nl be o sensitive; -'. ot
Ron Davis, agree u
crudely anti-Semitic? (See
amative answers immediately
ove.)
11 HAD hoped to be told I was
L al and wrong. Hut now
brill never know what Davis
Ight have said in response to
|v oi this, if only he had the
Ej mine the responsibility
. hi- material. Now. as in
cast of my own answers to
L questions themselves, I can
tr,.|\ speculate that he failed to
lurn mj calls precisely because
I knew what I had in mind.
fhi- is no small matter. The
Jid of indifference WINZ
Clayed is linked in a rather
Veal way to All's smart-
rkism in ihe first place.
. SHOULD be abundantly
ar that some Jew" is not in
osition with "some white
In because that would mean
\< all white men are Jews, and
elv not i ven so bumptious, let
alone crimped, a mind as Ali's
would be prepared to believe
that.
No. what emerges is the fact
that the politics Ali represents.
the Third World gibberish ol the
"nonaligned," who are about as
nonaligned as a hunch of birds
squatting on a telephone wire.
equates "white" with "Jew" and
not alone because ol Israel which
it sees as a nettle in its flank.
The equation is mainly meant
to nettle the non-Jewish white
westerner whose own anti-
Semitism lies like a simmering
carbuncle upon the otherwise
smooth comfort of his pristine
skin.
THE WHITE westerner needs
no black man to bring his car-
buncle to a boil not for that,
anyway. What he does need is a
funnel from the realpolitih of that
part of the world into his own
coffers What he needs is not its
love, but its riches
He needs the riches, actual and
potential, of Asia and Africa and
the Middle East, and in this
sense he shares with Muhammad
Ali the Jewish (Israeli) nettle.
which periodically disrupts the
flow through the funnel. The
Jewish (Israeli) nettle is a
growing impediment to a two-
way expediency. It Ls a question
of morality interposed between
an otherwise fairly perfect
Occidental-Third World circuit of
self serving greed.
The black man, or any other
Third Worlder. understands this
sudden white dependency upon
him very well indeed. As a victim
of racial oppression, he also
understands anti-Semitism very
well indeed.
AND SO, he preaches it
himself to aggravate the white
westerner's dilemma to his own
political and economic ad-
vantage.
What the likes of a black Mu-
hammad Ali fails to recognize
is that his marriage to non-black
Third Worlders Ls a delusion.
Christianity plagued him in
Africa by launching a war of
cultural genocide against him
and helping to pave the way for
white western colonialism in his
garden in the name of God.
Christianity failed him when he
was torn from his garden.
'enounce Libyan as President
[Continued from Page 1-A
ken terrorist hijackings and
krattacks in which Libya was
hived from Sept. 8, 1971,
Jouph March 3, 1974.
In hi- letter, the Israeli envoy
pit-red on Libyan responsibility
the attack in Istanbul in
lien four El Al passengers were
led He -aid that the Popular
tat for the Liberation of
lestine. an "integral part of the
called Palestine Liberation
pni7ation. has claimed credit
[both the Istanbul attack and
Air France hijacking to
tebbe
The guiding force behind
foul attacks is Libya,"
7og said. "It bears respon-
pty together with the per-
ators fur the criminal acts."
SRZOT. DECLARED that
the active participation by
Qaddafi and Libya "in planning,
supporting and cooperating with
Arab terrorist movements and
with international terrorist
movements not only against
Israel but also against other
countries in North Africa, in the
Middle East and throughout the
world Ls common knowledge.
"Indeed Col. Qaddafi prided
himself on this fact in his ad-
dress to the conference of non-
aligned countries in Colombo on
Aug. 18. 1976. It is the official
and systematic policy of the
President of Libya to initiate and
finance from the considerable
income available from oil sales,
acts of assassination, subversion,
conspiracy and sabotage in
countries outside Libya. These
acts are carried out in blatant
violation of the Charter of the
United Nations and the prin-
Jewish Youths Evacuated
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Christianity failed him in the
weal by remaining silent in the
t.Hi of Ins slavery and op-
pression.
IN TURNING to Islam, the
black man believes t hat he has
found a solution t<> his spiritual
needs and his rootlessness in
western civilization. After all, he
reasons, is not Islam itself a
victim of white western
(Christian) supremacj ?
Muhammad Ali's shedding of
his name. Cassius Clay, is a
perfect example of this delusion
He has yet to discover, if only
because he talks too much and
never listens, what other black
men who have gone this route are
already beginning to discover.
Islam has merely given him yet
a second culture not his own and
cast him into the maw of op-
pressors far more flamboyant
than his Christian enemies ever
were at their worst. (Ask any
Lebanese about that.)
UNDERSTOOD in these
terms, it should be clear that
Ali's anti-Semitic remark was
made from the point of view of
the Third Worlder not yet aware
that his second marriage must
end in divorce, too. It was made
from the point of view that the
west is the dominant enemy.
In this sense. Jews once again
stand upon the ramparts all
alone, much as they did in 1933 in
Germany. They stand upon the
ramparts as surrogates for the
white westerner, the first wave of
shock troops in an inevitable
confrontation with the Alis of the
world.
And what is so desperately sad
is that once again I'urope. and
that once again America, do not
see t hat it is they them sell es who
are the primary targets.
WHEN AT Sri Lanka, the
nonaligned inveighed against
Nrael. it is against the while
westerner that they inveighed.
When the United Nations
equated Zionism with racism, it
was while western realpolitik,
while western kultur they were
really attacking.
Because white westerners, in
their bigotry and ignorance, fail
to understand it, this is why the
Ali interview went out upon the
airwaves unhindered as balm to
their expedient souls, who see
only Jews as the targets, not
themselves, who see the im-
pediment to their expediency
under happy assault, who see
others (Third Worlders) doing
their own dirty work for them.
The hypocritical silence of
WINZ (or the arrogance of a
radio network) sees it in no other
way. It smirks gleefully, silently
with the simian "lord of the
ring.'' who slouches slowly
toward some Bethlehem in his
own dim mind.
ciples of international law."
Herzog noted that even
Egyptian President Anwar Sadat
confirmed Libyan involvement in
the Entebbe hijacking in an
interview 10 days ago with the
Kuwaiti newspaper, "A-
Siyasseh."
Herzog quoted the paper as
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Friday, Septette 3.ivn
McGovern, Percy Testimony Demands
After Election, Peace Settlement
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
Sen. George McGovern (D.,
S.D.), chairman of the Senate
Foreign Relations subcommittee
on Middle Eastern Affairs, and
Sen. Charles H. Percy, of Illinois,
the senior Republican member of
the subcommittee, said here that
the United States should make
major, urgent efforts to find an
overall settlement to the Arab-
Israel conflict early next year no
matter who is elected President
in November.
The two senators appeared to
be expressing a consensus
reached during six days of hear-
ings on Middle East policy con-
ducted by the subcommittee
which have just ended.
TESTIMONY was given by 26
witnesses. Nearly all of them
agreed that Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissingers step-by-
step diplomacy in the Mideast
Egyptian Forces Infiltrate
Sinai Peninsula Buffer Zone
Continued from Page I A
that for several days no
helicopters had made fly-overs.
He said Israel could not accept
the Egyptian statement that
there had not been any basic
change in the number of the
battalions, there having been
only a reorganization of the
battalions.
Apart from that difference,
Peres said, the impression was
that both countries were engaged
in keeping the Sinai accord
conditions.
Meanwhile. Gen. Ariel Sharon
(Res.) charged that the Egyp-
tians are preparing hundreds of
missile sites on the east bank of
the Suez Canal in violation of the
Israeli-Egyptian Sinai
agreement.
SPEAKING TO students in
Haifa, Sharon said the govern-
ment was playing down the
Egyptian violations while feeding
the public with stories about the
"good fence" along the Lebanese
border.
"The Egyptians have used
helicopters where they were not
supposed to. they used Bedouin
tribesmen to spy on our forces,
and brought into their zone more
weapons than permitted,-'
Sharon added.
"All we did was to te'l the UN
about it, and even if the
Egyptians took some corrective
action, it shows their attitude
toward the agreement, which
they continue to violate."
Sharon, who resigned several
months ago as a military advisor
to Premier Yitzhak Rabin, is
expected to rejoin the Likud
opposition which he founded.
Egypt Shuns Move To
Oust Israel From P.E.N.
By MAURICE SAMUELSON
LONDON (JTA) In the
face of widespread disapproval,
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national writers' movement,
whose annual congress opened
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sent only one of its original four-
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Earlier, the Egyptian PEN.
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Salim told the Jewish
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his embassy to represent the
Egyptian P.E.N. after the other
delegates failed to turn up.
Asked for his general view of
Middle East developments, he
said that the Egyptian people's
morale had greatly improved
since the Yom Kippur War. He
also thought the Israelis had
changed, and had become more
broad-minded.
THE EGYPTIAN people
wanted peace and a good start
would be made if Israel
relinquished the territories
captured in 1967, he contended
has reached the end of its useful-
ness and many asserted that the
outlines of an eventual settle-
ment must be made explicit if
further progress is to be
achieved.
McGovern and Percy said that
most witnesses had agreed that a
general settlement would require
Israel's withdrawal from Arab
territory it occupied in the Six-
Day War, the creation of a Pales-
tinian entity on the West Bank
and in the Gaza Strip, outside
security guarantees for both
sides and Arab acknowledgement
of Israel's right to exist.
McGOVERN likened the shift
from automatic support of Israel
to "a more thoughtful inter-
pretive view" to the early
political shifts on the Vietnam
war when opposition to that con-
flict spread from one or two
senators to a larger group of 18 to
20.
"Israel.'' McGovern said, "is
one country I'd have no trouble
fighting to defend. But in my
perception. Israel's own interest
depends on moving toward an
overall settlement," he added.
One of the witnesses. Marver
Bernstein, president of Brandeis
University, agreed that a general
settlement should involve Israeli
withdrawals in return for Arab
recognition of Israel's right to
exist.
BUT HE warned against
"peace by proxy." meaning that
direct Israeli-Arab negotiations
will be required to make the
settlement process work. The
type of settlement outlined at the
hearings is similar to proposals
made last year by a group of
prominent Americans brought
together by the Brookings
Institution.
Ecfward R. F. Sheehan. of Har-
vard University, a writer on Mid-
dle East policy, told the subcom-
mittee that something akin to the
Brookings plan was privately
favored by most American of-
ficials involved in the Mideast.
He said. "I don't think there is
any question that (the Arabs) are
prepared for normal relations
provided Israel withdraws from
the territories."
McGOVERN and Percy dis-
agreed over U.S. intervention in
the Lebanese civil war. McGov-
ern said yesterday that the U.S.
should consider sending troops to
Lebanon as part of an inter-
national force if such a means
could be effective in ending the
bloodshed in that country. Percy
said, however, that he could not
endorse McGovem's suggestion
because Soviet forces might be
introduced if U.S. forces par-
ticipated in an intervention.
JNFund Will Plant Trees
In Galilee to Put Stop
To Illegal Land Seizure
By GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Jewish National
Fund plans to plant trees on an area of 10,000 dunarns
(2,500 acres) in the Galilee, partly to prevent Arabs from
seizing the land illegally.
The problem of unauthorized housing construction
by Arab residents on land owned by the government has
troubled the authorities for some time now.
THE CONCERN is not only over large-scale
violations of the building and planning codes, but also
over the political implications of an increase in un-
controlled Arab settlements, especially in the Galilee
where Arabs constitute half of the population.
A special committee, headed by Haim Kubersky,
director-general of the Interior Ministry, is now studying
the entire issue, including the aspect of illegal building by
Jews, which is equally widespread.
HOWEVER, the JNF decision is the first actual
action taken to physically prevent Arabs from building on
land owned by the government.
At the same time, the JNF is making large -cale
investments to improve the land infrastructure in existing
settlements.
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Non-Partisan Israel Policy Urged
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
MEW YORK -- (JTA) Sen.
Walter E- Mondale, the
emocratic candidate for Vice
esident, said here that both the
emocratic and Republican
arties should make clear their
pport of Israel so that her
versaries can see that "this is
i a political position but an
merican position."
Speaking at the American
wish Committee, Mondale
ressed that the United States
list linth support Israel and
fc,,, peace in the Middle East.
v\ in -ccking peace, he said, the
,S must noi tie its aid to Israel
, gnj blueprint or timetable,
bout 60 persons attended the
'Committee meeting, including
presentatives of other Jewish
ganizations.
MONDALE, responding to a
question about the Palestinians,
said "Israel should decide with
whom she will negotiate. I don't
think Israel can be criticized for
refusing to negotiate with an
entity that is not a state" and
that calls for Israel's destruction,
he said.
The Minnesota Democrat
noted that Israel has said that it
will make concessions for peace
and he said the U.S. must not
"crowd" or "push" Israel but
allow the Jewish State to make
its own decisions.
On the question of the Arab
boycott, Mondale said he and
Presidential candidate Jimmy
Carter support bills before Con-
gress banning tax credits for
American companies that comply
with the boycott and ban tertiary
boycott compliance
Peres Says Lebanon Being
jinexed by Syrian Forces
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Syria is on the verge of
nexing eastern Lebanon.
fense Minister Shimon
res has told the Third
orld Conference of Jewish
wyers meeting here.
banon was in fact
rtitioned among the
osltms. the Lebanese
tists, the Christians and
Syrians, he said.
The Syrians are govern-
east em Lebanon, and
y have removed, for
(ample, all the customs
ns. As far as southern
banon is concerned. there
b political vacuum which
so-called Lebanese
ab Army, a Moslem
linter army group
hting alongside the PLO
ainst the Christians.
d to till, but the farmers
the ones in control of
situation, Peres said.
HIS, Israel was continuing
tact~ with the I y at its request and
re were reports early this week
I two rightist Christian
I" were in Israel for top-
el discussions. Israel also was
d for the opportunity to assist
ifarmers, Peres said.
Asfai as Israel was concerned.
said, it has no intention what-
ver in cross the Lebanese
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country." Peres ruled out the
possibility of a Soviet inter-
vention in Lebanon.
The Soviets have a policy of
avoiding direct involvement, he
said, and he did not believe they
would suddenly change that
policy. Besides, he added. "I
don't believe the Syrians will
invite the Russians."
REFERRING to the Egyptian
rescue operation of the hostages
in the hijacked plane in Luxor.
Peres complimented the
Egyptians "If what was
published in the press was true,
and I have all reason to believe
that it is true."
HE SAID many American
companies have refused to
comply with the boycott and
have found it has not adversely
affected them. In response to a
question from Jerry Goodman,
executive director of the National
Conference on Soviet Jewry,
Mondale said that Carter has
pledged to make the question of
freer emigration for Soviet Jewry
a "priority position" in his
dealings with the USSR.
He accused the Ford
Administration of refusing to
stand up for issues of "human
liberty and decency."
When Rabbi Bernard Golden-
berg, an official of Torah
Umesorah, the National Society
for Hebrew Day Schools, asked
what a Carter-Mondale Ad-
ministration would do about
federal aid to children in
parochial schools. Mondale said
he had always supported
providing social service funds to
children in private and religious
schools.
HE SAID the best solution
would be a proposed tax credit
for dependents which would allow
parents to have extra money to
be used for private and religious
schools or any other purpose they
might wish.
At the outset of his talk,
Mondale noted that he had
always enjoyed a "close, warm
and personal relationship with
the Jewish community" and
praised the Jewish community
for its "lack of parochialism" in
regard to public issues.
Peter J. Strauss, president of
the AJCommittee"s New York
Chapter, said Mondale's Repub-
lican opponent, Sen. Robert Dole
of Kansas, and Carter and
President Ford will also be in-
vited to speak before the group.
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Jewish Chapel in Fort Jackson and were active in its programs.
Greenebaum said. "Lt. Barrett felt himself very Jewish."
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I s of the Florida Committee for Bar-Han University met
kt week with Rabbi Karpol Bender (right), executive vice
Vairman of the university's International Board of Overseers.
I'ith him I from left) are Samuel Reinhard of Miami Beach,
\ember of the Florida Committee for Bar-Ilan, and
jngressmen Dante B. Fascell and William Lehman, both
onorary Fellows of Bar-Ilan University.
Israel Minister Opposes
Death For Terrorists
affairs. But we utterly reject the
claim of the so-called Palestine
Liberation Organization to
represent and speak for the
Palestinian Arabs. It does not, in
fact, represent the vast majority
of Palestinian Arabs."
REJECTING THE idea of a
separate state, Zadok said: "The
idea of an additional Arab state
wedged in between Israel and
Jordan, ruled by the PLO with a
predominant Soviet influence
which would serve as a base of
operation both against Israel and
against Jordan is a pre-
scription not for settling the
conflict, but for perpetuating it."
He continued: "Let nobody be
misled by the deceptive and
deceitful slogan of a 'united
democratic-secular-Palestine' in
which Arabs and Jews will live
happily together."
U \SHINGTON "Israel is
|ri pared today to negotiate an
yera 11 peace treaty with each of
|ur Arab neighbors. We are
eady to go to Geneva for this
lurpnse or, failing this, to
Wntiate on the end of the state
\H war between Israel and some
all of its neighbors
Lv-xnting significant options for
nplnmatic movement," Haim
Jadok, Israel Minister of Justice,
aid in a major address here.
Zadok spoke at the opening
denary session of the 62nd
inual National Convention of
ladassah, at the Washington
iilton Hotel. More than 2.500
lelegatea and guests
presenting over 350.000 mem-
ers of the largest women's
plunteer organization in the
S were attending the con-
Jpniinn this week.
I ZADOK SAID that the
ft in of the Palestinians can
m> olved in the context of a
tan agreement with Jordan.
I He explained: "The vast
ity of them live in almost
m :uiml)ers in Jordan and
B) the territories now ad-
s' lered by Israel. The
r rity of the inhabitants of
J1 n are Palestinians,
f mans are predominant in
political and economic life of
prdan.
I )m e we agree with our
stem neighbor on the boundary
Btween us. the state to the east
Israel, extending up to the
)rder of Iraq, will be the home of
He Palestinian Arabs in which
} can assert their distinct
lentity
Whether that state will be a
kingdom or a republic, whether it
rill be called 'Jordan' or
Palestine,' whether it will be a
fcderal state or a unitary state
nese will be their own internal
Pointing out that Lebanon was
the only "secular democratic
state" in the Arab wo-ld
whose structure rested on a
"delicate balance between
Christians and Moslems" he
charged the PLO with the prime
responsibility for the civil war.
First, by transforming Lebanon
into a base of terrorist operations
against Israel, and later by
trying "to exercise control of
Lebanon as a whole. The
Christians were thus faced with a
desperate struggle for their sur-
vival and integrity as a Christian
community in the midst of the
Moslem world."
He called the PLO "a can-
cerous growth on the body of the
Middle East drawing its
financial sustenance and political
support primarily from a bizarre
alliance between a country ruled
by a deranged fanatic and an un-
scrupulous world power ruled by
a Communist government."
Miami, Florida Friday. September.'). 1976
Section B
Miami Alumni Hebrew Academy Installing
Plan Gala 50th Ciment and Other Officers
The University of Miami will
celebrate its golden anniversary
with a gala dinner on the site of
the old North Campus in Coral
Gables on Friday. Oct. 15 50
years to the day since the
university opened for
registration.
All alumni and friends may
attend the event, which will be
highlighted by a multimedia
presentation depicting the
growth of the university in the
past half-century.
Information and tickets can be
obtained from the University of
Miami Alumni Office in Coral
Gables.
Humorist Is Guest
Of Temple Judea
Sisterhood
Women's groups of Coral
Gables area churches will be the
guests of Temple Judea Sister-
hood at its opening meeting on
Wednesday. Sept. 15. at 10 a.m.
Syndicated humorist Fred
McCarthy, whose Brother
Juniper comic strip runs daily on
four continents, will be guest
speaker. His "Sense of Humor"
workshops are well known in this
area, for he has taught courses in
Jewish humor at the University
of Miami.
Reservations for luncheon are
required and can be made at the
Temple Judea office.
Norman Ciment. Miami Beach
civic and religious leader and
former City Councilman, will be
installed for a second term as
president of the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy on Sunday,
Sept. 12.
Participating lr the
ceremonies, scheduled for 6:30
p.m. in the Friedland p.p!!room of
E. Albert Pallot, chairman of
the City of Miami Committee
on Ecology and
Beautification, has announced
that the committee plans to
focus on miniparks, express-
way beautification and the
establishment of an Inter-City
Beautification Clinic. Pallot's
committee includes Parks and
Recreation Director Albert H.
Howard and City Com-
missioner Rev. Theodore R.
Gibson.
ZWELLING
LIPSCHITZ
FREEDMAN
"Shofaring in the High Holy Days" is the title of a pre-Rosh
Hashanah lecture series offered by Rabbis Simcha Freedman of
Adath Yeshurun, Max Lipschitz of Beth Torah and Victor
Zwelling of B'nai Raphael. Rabbi Zwelling will discuss
"Repentance" on Sept. 7 at Adath Yeshurun; "Prayer,"
described by Rabbi Lipschitz, is scheduled for Sept. 13 at B'nai
Raphael; and Rabbi Freedman will explain "Righteousness" on
Sept. 21 at Beth Torah.
Temple F.manu-EI, will be
students representing the
elementary, junior and senior
high divisions of the Academy.
More than 30 officers, 60
directors and trustees and eight
honorary vice presidents will be
installed along with Ciment.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal of the Academy who
has witnessed the growth of the
school from six to more than 700
students in the past 29 years, will
trace its educational impact and
its development into the Souths
largest Hebrew day school.
THE PROGRAM will be
chaired by attorney Joseph
Finkelstein and will include the
participation of Dr. Morton
Lieberman, chairman of the ad-
missions committee; Isidore
Abrams, chairman of the
executive committee: and Dr. Eli
Herschmann, chairman of the
education committee. George
Kimmel, chairman of the board of
directors, will introduce each
member.
The members of the arrange-
ments committee are Peter
Goldring. special events chair-
man. Dr. Martin Brody. Barry
Eisenberg. George Goldbloom.
Jerry Ness, Morton Perlin, Dr.
Alvin Stein and Dr. Aaron Katz.
Rep. Margolis to Chair
Election Activities
Mike Abrams. Dade County
Democratic Party chairman, has
announced the appointment of
Rep. Gwen Margolis (D.. Miami)
as chairperson of the Party's
general election activities in the
13th Congressional District.
Rep. Margolis has been in-
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including the South Florida Anti-
Defamation League. Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. North
Dade Women's Political Caucus,
Adlai Stevenson Democratic
Club, the league of Women
Voters and the Tropical Florida
Girl Scouts
Cantor Golembe
Joins BethTov
Cantor William Golembe has
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participate in High Holy Dav
services. A member of Yeshiva
Reines in the Crown Heights
section of Brooklyn for 40 years,
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has been active since then at the
Homestead Jewish Center, where
he organized and was first
president of the Brotherhood.
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is associated with Congregation
Beth Hillel in Margate.
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Friday, September 3
Jewish Education in Spotlight At Convention in Israel
"Zionism and the Jewish Peo-
ple in Jewish Education" was
the theme of the 50th anniversary
convention of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Education held in
Jerusalem in early August. Rabbi
Shimon Azulay. high school ad-
ministrator of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education.
represented the agency
The National Council for Jew-
ish Education is the umbrella
organization of Jewish educators
oi all ideologies which serves to
enhance the status of the Jewish
educator and Jewish education in
the United States
Or Ah in Schiff. director of the
Board of Jewish Education of
New York City and president of
the NCJE, gave the opening
address, stressing the sc
complishments of Jewish
education in the United States
and the challenges it
Others who addressed the cor.
vention were \vraham Harmon,
president of the Hebrew
University, Pr Pavid Hartman.
professor of philosophy there,
and Aron Yadhn. Israel Minister
of Education
Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz led a
session on New Approaches in
Talmudie Scholarship A Case
Study." teaching an audience of
several hundred educators a
pa-sage from the Talmud por
t raying the psychological in-
sights into education of the
rabbis of 2.000 years ago.
TRIBUTE WAS PAID to the
memory of Dr. Alexander
Pushkin, former president of the
NCJE, dean of the School of
Education of the Hebrew
University, and director of
Bureaus of Jewish Education in
New York and Chicago. Dr.
Mordecai Kaplan. American
educator and philosopher who
recently celebrated his 96th
birthday, was honored for his
contributions to Jewish thought
and education
Rabbi Azulay was the recorder
of the convention's final session
and was one of the signers of the
scroll of honor presented to
President Katzir, making him an
honorary member of the NCJE.
\ttending from Miami were
Herzl Honor, educational director
ol Temple Zion, Bernard Levitan,
former director of the United
Hebrew Schools of Cleveland,
and Leon Segal. former
educational director of
Bmghamton. N Y
SEMINARS WITH Israeli
educators, visits to educational
institutions, and participation in
special ceremonies and ob-
servances were highlights of the
Miami Jewish Educators Israel
Seminar, conducted under the
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tGGADAH MIPRASH
' SHN \H RESPONSE
CHUMASH TALMUD
HAETORAH BET DIN
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auspices of the CAJE in
cooperation with the Department
i of Education and Culture of the
World Zionist Organization
Under Rabbi Azulay's
direction 15 Miami teachers
spent three weeks with educators
from around the United States in
an intensive study and touring
program.
Dr. Kliezer Turkel. principal of
the Y'fay Ndf High School in
Jerusalem, addressed the group
on the teaching of Hebrew: Pr
Chaim Tshatzker, lecturer at the
Hebrew University, discussed
teaching the Holocaust: Dr.
\\ igdor Shenen. professor at the
Hebrew University, described the
teaching of Bible: and Pr Zvi
Bernstein of the Torah Depart-
ment of the World Zionist Or-
ganization, discussed the
teaching of Jewish laws
customs
Individual lectures include.:
i xamination of Vrab-Is
relationships by Pr David
of the Israel Fon ign '
analysis of the problems ol
teaching Hebrew in the Dias
by Pr Ben Zion Fischler, din
of the WZO Department of
Hebrew I.ar.gi: i and
Literature
The group used Kibbutz
Kiryat Anavim on the outskirts
of Jerusalem as us base and met
with Yisrael Yeshayahu. Spi
of the Knesset, and Avraham
Katz. chairman of the Knes-
Education Committee Visits
were made to the Pedagogic
Library for the Diaspora and to
the settlement Kfar Charuv in
the Golan Heights One project
resulting from the tour will be the
provision of books, magazines
and games for the settlement
clubhouse by the Akiva Leader-
ship Training Group here
PARTICIPANTS IN the
seminar were granted scholar-
ships by the Department of
Education and Culture and by
the Louis Schwartzman
Scholarship Fund, which as
established to enhance and
encourage the professional
growth and development of
Miami Jewish educators Jacob
Katzman is chairman of :'->.
trustees of the Fund
Dr Abral ones, director
of the WZO Department I
Education and Cukur
Shfatya and Shlomo A. n
coord:- m minar
in Israel
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Talmudic College Lectures
Begin with 'Days of Awe'
On Monday. Sept. 13, at 8
, i the Talmudic College of
florida'8 second annual lecture
trogram begins. The program
insists of several lecture series
dominant themes of the
lewish experience. The first
[xplores the High Holy Days
hrough three lectures: "Rosh
lashana: Justifications for
nee." "Tshuva: Perimeters
inge" and "Yom Kippur:
ion as Fulfillment." The
I .ailed "Days of Awe."
; he lectures arc delivered each
the Rosh Yeshiva of the
idic College. Rabbi
nan Zweig, who came to
,mi two years ago to establish
ii college. During his years aj
ol graduate studies at Beit
ad of .Jerusalem, his
s in Talmud and Jewish
isophy attracted students
Ighoul Israel In Miami
,i\ ecome to study with
Israel. Canada and
,i the 1 nited States \
,| Corah scholar, he holds a
i of Jurisprudence from
itj ol Maryland.
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According to the lecture
programs' coordinator, Geoffrey
Levine, each series of three to
seven lectures will explore
themes on which the 20th-
century Western Jew must
confront his heritage. Former
Hillel director at Miami-Dade
Community College, Levine
explained that "today's Jew has
become alienated from the source
of our identity. In confronting
issues that require a moral
decision, we no longer possess t he
tools to explore the classical
Jewish sources. I believe that
this program is a means for us to
learn what the eternal teachings
of Judaism ha\ e to Bay about our
problems in today's world."
The "Days of Awe" series will
be followed by others exploring
such themes as The World to
Come, Abortion and Birth
Control, the Me-siali. the Hole of
Israel, and the Individual and
Society. The lectures are given
Monday evenings at 8 in the
Mesivta building. They are tree
and open to I he public
Israelite Center
Has New Cantor
Cantor Hyman Lifshin
assumed his duties at the
Israelite Center Temple on Sept.
1. A lyric tenor, he received his
training from the late Cantor
Yossele Rosenblatt and as a child
was a member of the Posner
Choir, which sang with the
cantor.
Cantor Lifshin was affiliated
with the Suburban Park Jewish
Center in Ix>ng Island, NY., for
the past 12 years.
imestead Jewish Center
meed that Paul Bender
ed the position as
bi Bender, w ho holds a
the University of
Kansas s udied
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ixecutive director of Associated
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served as spiritual leader of the
sraelite Center Temple.
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ABIGAIL MINIS 17111807
She provided sorely needed goods for the Continental Army
A bigail Minis was the matriarch of a dis-
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patriot of classical note Born in Eng-
land in 1711, Abigail at age 22, left the security
of London to settle in the new colony of Georgia
She came with her husband, Abraham, two
daughters, Leah and Esther, and a brother
Simeon.
Abraham was a man of means and followed
mercantile pursuits in the new world. His
name is on the first real estate deed recorded
in Georgia, and his son Phillip was the first
European child born in that colony. Abraham
died in 1757 leaving his estate and business to
the capable Abigail who increased the inheri-
tance manifold during her long and fruitful
life of 96 years.
In 1779, the American high command decided
to recapture Savannah from the British. Gen-
eral Lincoln selected Phillip Minis and Lcvi
Shcftal to help the expedition. After the attack
was launched, supplies were sorely needed and
the commanders applied to Abigail for
provisions
A tradition in American-Jewish homes
for half a century
K CERTIFIED KOSHER
The keen old woman knew the Continental
Army to be a poor credit risk, but her beloved
state and Independence came first. She "deliv-
ered the goods" without hesitation. The re:ak-
ing of Savannah was an American failure,
leaving Abigail in a very precarious position.
The British suspected her loyalty. But before
they acted against her. she managed to leave
for Charleston, S.C with her five daughters.
Her son, Phillip, early in the Revolution, was
branded a "vile rebel" and blacklisted, he could
never hold office under any Royal governor.
Phillip Minis acted as Pay Master and Com-
missary General of the Continental Army in
1776. He personally advanced SI 1,000 for sup-
plies to Virginia and North ( arolin.i troops.
He later served .is President ol Mikvah Israel
and as City Warden of Savannah
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Ferdie Elected Chairman of Beth Am Forum BBYO Plans Membership &
To Examine Evil
National JWV Comm ittee
oslee R Ferdie was elected
chairman of the national
executive committee of the
Jewish War Veterans at its 81st
national convention in Holly-
wood on Aug. IT. The committee
rns the organization b
national conventions
\ Coral Gables attorney.
Ferdie served as national com-
mander in 1973-74 and led the
first group of Americans into
Israel at the end of the Yom
Kippur \\ ar
A member of the advisory
board and Community Relations
Committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, he has been
president of the Coral Gables Bar
Association, co-president of the
Younger Lawyers Section of the
Inter-American Bar Association
and an Associate Judge of West
Miami.
Ferdie is a member of the
Murraj Solomon Post 243 of
Coral Gabies in which he served
as Poet commander and is
president of the building cor-
poration and a member of the
board of trustees of the scholar-
ship fund While Department
commander he was chairman of
the Florida Conference of
Department Commanders of
Veterans and Allied
Organizations
HE HAS ALSO served u
chairman of the Dade County
I'rban Renewal Agency and three
times as president of Temple
Zamora of Coral Gables His
national activities on behalf of
>

AINSLEER FERDIE
tlie Jewish War Veterans have
included holding the office of
national judge advocate and
chairman of the national court
and of the national housing
commission.
Ferdie has also been active in
B'nai B'rith. twice serving as
president of the Gilbert Balkin
I-odge. twice as president of the
Greater Miami BBYO board and
- rice president of the South
Florida Council He is a member
of the District ("YS Commit-
New Phonebook Effective Sept. 12
Delivery of the Greater Miami
Telephone Directories has begun
throughout the area, and
Southern Bell's division
manager. J D. Sadler, said
delivery will take nearly a month
to complete
American Mizrachi
Women Meet
Shalvah Chapter will meet on
Wednesday. Sept. B. at 8:15 p.m.
in the home of Gilda Burstein
Dr. Feldman. a psychologist, will
discuss Controlling Overweight
and Smoking Habits Presidium
is Arlene Ditchek. Elaine Dobin.
and Lana Goldberg.
Geula Chapter invites
members and friends to its an-
nual membership partv on Sept
* at 8 p.m. at the home of Mr and
Mrs. Edward Stauber Presidium
is Nancy Hankel and Hermia
Re in hard
Miami International Airport
by night is featured on the cover
of the white pages,' which
becomes effective at 12.01 a.m.
on Sunday. Sept. 12
The new directory is larger
than last year b) 284 peg)
to the bigger print and four-
column format
Sadler said all Southern Bell
Business Office numbers will
change when the new directory
becomes effective because of new
equipment enabling the sub-
- r to reach his service repre-
sentative more quickly The new
Business Office numbers are
listed on Call Guide Page 2 of the
white pages.
A new feature on Call Guide
Page 14 is a list of tips to help
customers save time and monev
on telephone service. Call Guide
Pages 6 and 7 include new tables
explaining the cheapest time to
place a long-distance call and
giving the rates to frequentlv
called cities
Elect
Ted
M7
STATE
REPRESENTATIVE
DISTRICT 105 DEMOCRAT
LEVER 7-B
Mayor Harold Rosen, Carole & Star.
Burger, Sam Seitlin, Ben Giller, Ate
Friedman, Dr. Sam Schiff, Irving
Cowan, Jack Chaiken are among those
urging you to vote for Ted Cohen.
HAVE A 100o VOTER
NOT "TWO OUT OF THREE
Ted Cohen who had a 100C: attendance re-
cord m two sessions points out that his oppo-
Mr Kershaw. m 1975 did NOT vote in 257
of the 744 pills presented on roll call You
Deserve Be-
The next Sun.:
-um of the Temple
Brotherhood will
m. in the N outh
Low
The Forum will f<
Evil B(
: Hi rbert Ba
n the
Rev Milan Kralik. chaplain of
the Federal Correct
Institution of Dade County, and
David Schaecter.
inmate of Auschwitz and
Buchenw concentration
can-:
The discussion is
true incident described in a r
book by Simon Wiesenthal. "The
Sunflower Wiesenthal relates
how he was asked by a dying
Nazi soldier to forgive him for the
atrocities he had committed
'A > ~<-nthal could not do it What
would you have done''
American Mizrachi
Women Meet
Hatikvah Chapter will hold its
installation. Sept 9. at
p.m at Knesset Israel Installing
officer is Elaine Klein, field
consultant for the Florida
Council, and the guest speaker
will be Rabbi David Lehrfield
Rose Lunger is president pro
tern, and Sylvia Dweii and Ruth
Zellner are program chairm
Greater Miami Council of the
H nai B'rith Youth Organization
wjH Back-to-School
Men- ""T1 B at
the Riviera Cinema at 9 a m
'
starring James Hnd ,
shown followii lu be
the BBYO O
chairmen. I).
u, ha \ i ph Zadik
rship, and we
v rk Metlika. president of
ter Miami \/ \ segment
incil The program on
Sept en design
members and
mbers to
u e bi rT"'-
thing to Jewish teen-
gional
.irman of the
ind hop.- '.hat parents
and gi ents will reach out
kids reluctant kids
who want to meet and mix with
other Jewish kids, t>ut need a
little prodding in that direction
BBGs. THE GIRLS' segment
of BBYO have joined forces with
the \Z \s in a mammoth effort to
ration in
''
\ highlight of the Membership
is an opening prayer by
Mark Mil berg as a memorial to
the 11 Israeli athletes slain by
Arab u sts if Sepl four
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and Dan Shapiro
Larry I>.-. .
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'Unicorn 'andHer Cadet Crew Here;
Placed Fifth in Tall Ships Race '
The Tall Ship Unicorn, a 141-
|ol square-rigger operated by
h, Associated Marine Institute
conjunction with the Dade
Jarine Institute, will arrive
tnday, Sept. 5, at the Port of
(mini for a two-day stay.
The ship is celebrating its
omecoming in Miami, after
ariiripaling in the New York-to-
>rmuda Tall Ships race and
Iher Bicentennial events in
Eewport. Philadelphia. New
Fork and Washington.
I The Unicorn's unique crew
Insists entirely of young men,
I 10 18 years old. from the
parine Institute program. All
d had behavior problems in
heir community, but this "pirate
bw" was responsible for the
Jnuorn's fifth-place overall
anding in the Tall Ships race.
tiring her stay she will be open
) the public on Monday, Sept. 6,
etween 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.
! THE LATE philanthropist
Villiam Smith owned the ship
nd donated its use for the ex-
usive benefit of the Associated
parine Institute, thus fulfilling
ro objectives: the rebuilding
and outfitting of the Unicorn for
the Tall Ships race, and the
providing of an opportunity for
young men to experience' and
practice the disciplines of
authentic Tall Ship sailing.
The purpose of the Dade
Marine Institute program ac-
cording to Phillip Nase. executive
director, is to conduct a marine-
oriented program designed to
provide training, guidance and
rehabilitation to teenagers who
have been in trouble because of
behavioral problems.
BB Sholem Lodge Plans
Season's First Meeting
B'nai B'rith Sholem Lodge No.
1024 will hold its first meeting of
the year on Tuesday, Sept. 14, at
8 p.m. at the Israelite Center
Temple.
Rabbi Solomon Waldenberg of
the temple will speak on "The
Coming Holy Days" and the
B'nai Sholem Singers will en-
tertain. A refreshment hour will
follow.
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Nathan Parnass has been
elected cantor of Temple Beth
Solomon for the coming year,
according to an announcement by
Max Marin. president, and Harry
Glassman, vice president of the
congregation.
Cantor Parnass will officiate at
his first service on Saturday.
Sept. 4. at 9 a.m. Dr. David
Raab, spiritual leader of the con-
gregation, will install him as
cantor and a reception in his and
Mrs. Parnass' honor will follow
services.
Cantor Parnass studied at the
Cantorial Institute of New York
and has appeared in concert at
the Miami Beach Auditorium and
on television. He is a member of
the Greater Miami Cantors
Association, B'nai B'rith Sholem
Lodge and Jewish War Veterans
Post No. 174.
JWV Auxiliary No. 174
Goes to VA Hospital
The JWV Norman Bruce
Brown Auxiliary No. 174
received citations, trophies and a
blue ribbon for its reports at the
recent Florida State convention.
The Auxiliary will sponsor the
Telecart at the VA Hospital on
Saturday morning, with Sylvia
Liebman and Belle Swartz in
charge, and a bingo party for
patients on the fourth floor that
evening.
High Holiday Services will be
conducted bv :
Rabbi Ralph Z. Glixman and Choir
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Area Music Students Competing
In Financial Federal Showcase
Twenty Dade County students
will compete for $6,000 in musical
scholarships in the fourth annual
Financial Federal Savings and
Loan Association Musical
Showcase.
At preliminary auditions on
Sept. 3, 4. 10 and 11 at the
University of Miami Gusman
Hall, four finalists will be
selected in the voice, wind-
brass, strings and piano
categories, and each will receive a
$1,000 scholarship.
The grand prize winner, who
will be selected Oct. 17 in a final
concert at the Miami Beach
Theater of the Performing Arts,
will win an additional $2,000. The
auditions and the final concert
are open to the public without
charge.
Almost 100 students from
across the United States have
applied to the Showcase, which is
the largest symphony com-
petition in the nation.
| COMPETING THIS year
from the University of Miami are
Linda Fowler, Gustavo Ponzoa
and Linda Charlton (piano):
Jules Polacheck (strings);
Marvis Martin. Mark McCabe.
Joseph Perez, Shirley Anne
Reisman and Theresa Rivera
(voice). Patrick Riley and Barry
Tepper of Miami-Dade Com-
munity College and Priscilla
Warren, a Yale University
student from Coral Gables, will
audition in the wind-brass
section, as will Robin Pomeranz
of North Miami Beach, Shelley
Warren, a University of Illinois
student from North Miami
Beach, and David Reskin, a
Haverford College student from
Miami Beach.
Also in the piano competition
are Douglas Fisher, a Florida
State University student from
Coral Gables, Daniel Lessner and
Laura Maxey of Miami, and Elier
Suarez, a Juilliard student from
Coral Gables.
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ORTHODOX RABBINICAL COUNCIL
OF ORIATIB MIAMI HIRIBY
WITHDRAWS ITS SUPERVISION OF i

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OP 3579 NORTH DIXII HIGHWAY,
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EFFECTIVE IMMIDIATILY-TUISDAY,
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ORTHODOX RABBINICAL COUNCIL
OF GREATER MIAMI
ELECT
Municipal Judge
Charles L "Chuck"
I
CIRCUIT COURT
LEVER 22A
Pd.Pol. Adv.
GRAND TOUR 22 DAYS
AUSTRIA POLAND & YUGOSLAVIA
Departure from Miami Sept. 17
Last opportunity to join the exciting Art and Architec-
ture Tour organized by The American Institute of Polish
Culture conducted by noted Art Historian George
Riabov.
CITIIS CASTLES MUSEUMS ARTISTS' STUDIOS THEATRE OPERA
For Information, call or write to:
The American Institute of Polish Culture
1000 Brickell Ave., Miami, Fla. 33131 (305) 373-9008


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FridaV Septwnberi
Nazi Writing Rampant in Argentina
NEW YORK IJTAI -
Argentina has emerged as a
major world center for the pub-
lication and distribution of Nazi
literature, it was reported by
Rabbi Morton M. Rosenthal.
director of the Latin American
Affairs Department of the Ami
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith
In a special report to the Jew-
ish Telegraphic Agency- he stated
that newsstands and bookstores
in Buenos Aires and other large
cities in Argentina prominently
display classic texts by GoebbeU
and Hitler in Spanish translation.
Books by other Nazi writers as
well as contemporary works and
pamphlets eulogizing Hitler and
the Third Reich are also on sale
Editorial Milicia. which de-
scribes itself as "The only pub-
lishing house in all the world
dedicated to the publication of
fundamental texts of National
Socialism." has been the main
source of the literature. Rosen-
thai stated. Milicia celebrated its
first anniversary on June 30.
proudly announcing that it had
already published 16 paperbacks
in a series called Library of
Doctrinal Formation" and 10 in-
dividual books on the topic, all of
which have been sold in "im-
pressive numbers.
AMONG THE titles are two
each by Mussolini and Hitler,
three bv Goebbels. and works bv
(BarMitzvah)
DeKTastillo
ALBERTO DEL CASTILLO
Mr and Mrs. Raul Del
Castillo's son. Alberto, will
become a Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning at Temple
Menorah.
A sports enthusiast who has
won many trophies for out-
standing performance. Alberto is
an eighth-grade student at the
Hebrew Academy
A kiddush will follow services
and there will be a reception and
dinner Saturday evening in
Alberto's honor at the Deauville
Hotel
PAUL A. BETTAN
Paul, son of Mr and Mrs
Emile Bettan. will become a Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning in
the main sanctuary of Temple
Ner Tamid. A student at
Nautilus Junior High and Ner
Tamid Religious School. Paul
enjoys all sports.
A kiddush will follow services
aatd there will be a reception in
Paul's honor at the Delano Hotel
ob Saturday evening. Special
guests include his maternal
grandmother. Abigail Edery of
Jerusalem, and Mr and Sirs
Nicky Klein of New York and
Mrs Lilly Tikowsky of Brooklyn
LESTER SIMON
Mrs Evelyn Simons son.
Lester, will be called to the Torah
as a Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning at 9 at Temple Beth
Tov. An eighth-grader at Kinlock
Park High, he participates in all
sports.
Mrs. Simon will host the Oneg
Shabbat on Friday and kiddush
on Saturday in Lester's honor
and a reception at the Waterway
Inn Saturday afternoon. Special
guests include relatives from the
Miami area as well as New York
and New Jersey
MITCHELL GREENBERG
Jack and Sylvia Greenberg's
son. Mitchell, will be called to the
Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning at the Hebrew
Academy, where he is an eighth-
grade student. He has been on
the superior honor roll in the
National Piano Playing
Auditions for several years.
Following services. Mitchell's
parents will host a luncheon in
his honor at the Tarleton Hotel
and there will be a reception and
dinner dance at Temple Emanu-
El on Sunday evening. Sixty out-
of-town guests aunts, uncles,
cousins and friends are
spending the four-day weekend
here to help celebrate.
FREDRIC S. ROSENBERG
Mr and Mrs Albert Rosen-
berg s son. Fredric Scott, will be
called to the Torah as a Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning at
10:45 at Temple Beth Sholom.
RONALD FISHER
Ronald Fisher, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Fisher, will celebrate
his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Beth
Moshe on Saturday
Ronald attends North Miami
Junior High School and his main
interests are boating and fishing
Mr and Mrs Joseph Fisher will
sponsor the Oneg Shabbat this
evening and the kiddush
following services Saturday
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NOT TWO OUT OF THREE
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of the -ou
Nazi propagandists Dieter Sch-
warz. Heinz Roth and Hans
Sponholz. Planned for pub-
lication this month is the anti-
Semitic classic. "The Protocols of
the Elders of Zion
The respected Buenos Aires
daily La Prensa has condemned
what it describes as Milicia's
damaging and persistent
spreading of the doctrine of Adolf
Hitler. Rosenthal reported The
paper called upon the govern-
ment to close down Milicia as it
did 4 other organizations dis-
solved under public law because
their purposes involved "the
spreading of alien idologies."
A similar request was made by
Ex-Nazi
Gets Life
BONN IJTAI A civil
court in East Berlin has sen-
tenced a former SS troop leader
to life imprisonment Herbert
Drabant. 61. was accused of par-
ticipating in the execution of
some 4.000 people, including
manv Jews and Russians, during
World War II
The court was told that he was
a member of the infamous SS
Special Patrol 12. whose task ra
to root out and exterminate Jews.
Communists and anti-Naz:
elements.
In the first war crimes trial ir
many years in East Berlin, tht
court dismissed Drabant s claims
that he had to cam- out orders
and found him guilty of enmes
against humanity in Nazi-
occupied Soviet Union between
1941 and 1943. Many eye-
witnesses testified against him
Drabant was arrested in East
Germany last year while living a
normal life under his own name
representatives of Argentine
Jewry in a lengthy meeting last
month with the Minister of In-
terior. Gen. Albano E.
Harquindeguy. The Jewish dele-
gation expressed the com-
munity's concern with the pro-
liferation of propaganda that is
plainlv Nazi and anti-Semitic.
They reminded 1
that under Ar,ent?j>
citing religious or racki^i
a criminal act n"Ujj|
THEINTERIOR Mln,
ders in-
sured the Jewish l,^
government did not h,
encourage racial 0r >
prejudice. He said ***4
matter would In-studied?,
and that the.-, v,.rmnen^
seek an appn.pr.at,solution0*!
UNDER RABBINICAL SUPERVISION
is
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C4TERERS
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Mike Kuperman, Formerly of
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Cast of "Lost of the Red Hot Lovers," the Neil Simon hit to be
, sented by the Temple Emanu-El Players Sept. 15 and Win
the Friedland Ballroom, listens to pointers by Tri.xie Levin
fright I, producer. From left are Cerri Cohen, Martha Mishcon.
( harles Rosenblatt and Marilyn Meverson.
Neil Simon Comedy Opens
Emanu-El Players 'Season
Temple F.manu-F.l will present
the hit Broadway comedy "Last
of the Red Hot Lovers" in thi
Friedland Ballroom on Wee-
nesday, Sept. 15. and Thursday.
Sept. 16.
Proceeds will go to the
Lehrman Day School scholarship
fund, according to Rose (Mrs.
Alexander) Kogan president of
ilu Temple F.manu-Kl Players,
one <>f the area's veteran
theatrical groups who will
make a special guest appearance.
MEMBERS OF the cast of the
Neil Simon play include Marilyn
iMrs Murray) Meverson. wife of
the Miami Beach Councilman
ami tormer Vice Mayor. The
Meyersons will host a wine and
cheese party at their Miami
Beach home for members of the
Temple Players and the cast on
Wednesday. Sept. 1.
Other featured players include
Martha (Mrs. Lester) Mishcon.
Ms (ierri Cohen and Charles
Rosenblatt, a director of the
Intercontinental Bank of Miami
Beach and past president of the
Temple Kmanu-Kl Men's Club.
Ms. Trixie Levin, dramatic-
director of Temple Kmanu-Fl. is
producer of "Last of the Red Hot
Lovers." Mrs. Ruth Gewitz is
ticket committee chairman and
Murray Meverson will serve as
prompter for the two-night run.
Former Engineering Dean
Honored by University of Florida
oseph Weil, special assistant
11<> the president of Florida
Institute of Technology in
(Melbourne and for 26 years dean
jol tin' University of Florida
[College of Engineering, received
Ian honorary Doctor of
neering degree Irom the
university on Aug. 2H. The
ceremonies were held across the
street from a 25-year-old building
|n named in his honor in 1970.
Weil founded the Engineering
Industrial Experiment
Station at the university and
fcinneered radar tracking of
Ihurricanes
Weil received his B.S. from the
Unhns Hopkins University in his
native Baltimore, and worked for
pVestinghouse for three years
Before joining the College of
Flagler Season Opens
On Labor Day
Labor Day marks the begin-
ning of Flagler Dog Tracks 47th
iracing year, opening its 1976-77
Beason with 1 and 8 p.m. per-
formances.
The first half of the split
peason continues to Nov. 6, with
acing nightly except Sundays at
For the opening two weeks, 1
' m. matinees will be held daily
except Friday and Sunday.
Admission is limited to those 18
Bnd older.
The Hecht Marathon
Championship, set for Saturday
Wit, Sept. 11, will be followed
[y the Tom Benner Super Mara-
n and the International
'assic, world's richest
teyhound race.
Garage Sale
\ garage sale will be held
Sunday, Sept. 6, at the Young
Israel ol Greater Miami. Home-
paked cakes and refreshments
lao on sale from 10 a.m. on.
Engineering in 1921 as an in-
structor. After taking time off in
1926 to obtain a Master's from
University of Pittsburgh, he was
named dean in 19117.
The Florida Engineering
Society Journal, in its.June issue.
called Weil a "man of vision" and
credited him with being
"responsible for awakening the
stale io the peacetime potential
of atomic and nuclear research."
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Rabbi Shapiro
For the first time in the history
of Miami and of Dade County a
member of the clergy has been
honored with a day proclaimed in
his name. Rabbi Max Shapiro,
who came here in 1932 and was
founder and president of the
Rabbinical Association and of the
Zionist Council, received a
proclamation from Metro Mayor
Stephen P. Clark on behalf of the
Hoard of County Commissioners,
declaring Aug. 8 "Rabbi Max
Shapiro Day."
Rabbi Shapiro, who has been
spiritual leader of Beth Kodesh
Congregation for more than 14
years, was a member of the
University of Miami faculty and
of the Third Army Advisory
Hoard. The proclamation states
that Rabbi Shapiro has
"meaningfully expressed
responsiveness to his com-
munity's needs and has earned
. the plaudits of his fellow
citizens."
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age and in service. I have been exceedingly
active, very visible, and available to any-
individual who thought there was need
to be in touch with me.
I have worked hard to serve the public
fully and properly. I am content with
having served you with faithfulness and
some competence.
If my credentials are not adequate in
seeking your vote and support, I am sorry*
but there is nothing more I would or
have to offer.
Should you retain me in office, I will
endeavor to justify your approval of my
conduct.
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have cause to question where I stand on
an issue affecting your welfareor why
I have taken that stand.
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*Jenist Fkrtdfi&n
Friday. Septembers.;
Miss Indianer Weds Lee Wexelbaum [Happenings)
Ili^vrifK^- In/^ianA* J-,.,L.f-^ f I ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Dorothy Indianer. daughter of
Paul S. Indianer and Julietta
Feldman. was married on Aug. 29
to Lee Wexelbaum at Temple
Judea. The groom's parents are
Bert Wexelbaum and Pearl
Frasher. All are Miami residents.
Mrs. Wexelbaum, a graduate
of Palmetto Senior High, at-
tended Miami-Dade Community
College. Her husband, a graduate
of Coral Park Senior High, is a
chef at Cye's Rivergate
Restaurant, a private pilot and a
boating and scuba-diving en-
thusiast.
The couple will
home in Miami.
make their
Hadassah Groups
Announce Season
MRS LEE WEXELBAUM
Lehrman Principal Weds Lawyer
In Ceremony at Temple Emanu-El
Temple Emanu-El was the
scene on Aug. 29 of the wedding
of Ellen Ditchek to Daniel Z
Averbook.
The newly appointed principal
of the Lehrman Day School,
where she has served as assistant
principal for four years in the
Hebrew and English Depart-
ments. Mrs. Averbook is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moe
Ditchek of Miami Beach. A
graduate of Hunter College in
New York City, in her junior year
^he attended the Hebrew
Jniversity of Jerusalem and later
received her Master's degree
from Boston University. She is
active in the Young Adult
Division of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and the
executive and education com-
mittees of the Anti-Defamation
League.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. David
Averbook and grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Averbook. the
groom is a graduate of the
University of Minnesota and
received his law degree from the
University of Miami. A CPA as
well, he practices law in Miami
and is active in professional
organizations and as treasurer of
the Florida Zoological Society.
On their return from a
honeymoon cruise, the couple will
make their home in Miami.
Circuit Court Judge Milton A.
Friedman has been reelected to
the international board of gover-
nors of B'nai B'rith and was
recently appointed chairman of
the resolutions committee for the
organization's international
convention scheduled for Sept 3-
12 at the Washington Hilton.
Judge Friedman is former
District Grand Lodge president
for the area including
Washington and Eastern Sea-
board states from Maryland
south.
The Dade County Democratic
Party will host a County Forum
on Saturday at 1 p.m. in the Bay-
view Room of the DuPont Plaza
Hotel. All Democratic candidates
in state and county wide elections
and nonpartisan candidates will
attend. according to Mike
Smyser. chairman of the forum.
WTYJ's Joe Abrell will be m.c.
Start the New Year with Sabra
Wish friends and family a "sweet year" with the delicately sweet
distinctively Israeli liqueur Sabra. The fresh taste of the Jaffa
orange, blended with rich chocolate, herbs and spices, gives Sabra the
unique warm flavor no other liqueur duplicates. It's perfect as an
after-dinner cordial with coffee, the ideal drink to toast "L'Chaim "
and a delightful ingredient for many creative desserts and gourmet
For example .
SABRA SIMCHA DESSERT
2 bananas, peeled
1 pint fresh strawberries,
washed and hulled
1 '/j tbsps sugar
V* cup sugar
Slice bananas and sprinkle with half the sugar. Slice strawberries
m naif, spread on top of bananas and sprinkle with remaining sugar.
Pour Sabra over fruit, cover and refrigerate for several hours. Use fruit
and sauce as a topping for ice cream, gelatin or cake. Makes 6 ser-
vings.
For 101 wonderful Sabra recipes for your holiday or year-round
pleasure, sent $1 to Sabra Cookbook. P.O. Box 5265, Hicksville. N.Y.
At their last meeting the
Miami Beach Elks Lodge No.
1601 initiated 12 new members,
according to Allen Goldberg.
chairman of the membership
committee. They are Aaron
Begman. Maurice Deller, David
Friedman. Joseph L. Frommer.
William Kassman, John Fred
Perugini. Mark D. Press. Warren
D. Samet. Theodore J. Silver.
Anthony Marando. Michael
Schneider and Mike Lippman.
Dade County was chosen one
of three major U.S. communities
to be visited by Severino N.
Luna, national executive director
of the Community Chests and
Councils of the Philippines. Inc.
He met with officials of United
Way of Dade County during his
Aug. 18-22 visit to review each
aspect of the organization and
further the cooperative
movement of United Way on an
international basis.
Career life insurance salesmen
in Greater Miami are preparing
for the 87th annual convention of
the National Association of Life
Underwriters, which will be held
at the Fontainebleau and other
Miami Beach hotels from Sept.
19 to 23. More than 3,500 persons
are expected to attend.
Bruce Rubin Associates of
South Miami has been named
public relations counselor for 41-
year-old Chase Federal Savings &
Loan Association, one of the
state's largest.
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J. P. Labrie, Air Canada vice
president for the New York and
Southern region traffic divisions
was to be guest speaker at the
airline's 10th anniversary lun-
cheon on Thursday, com-
memorating its initial service
into Miami.
Concerned Citizens of
Operation Re Entry's monthly
com and stamp show is scheduled
for Sunday, Sept 12, at
Westland Mall in Hialeah.
The Yiddish Culture Wincle,
devoted to promoting the
heritage of Yiddish culture
begins its sixth season on
Tuesday, Oct. 12, at 10:30 a.m. at
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
in Miami Beach.
Martin S. Rubin has been
named vice president of property
operations for Ryeraon & Haynes
Realty, Inc., by chairman of the
board Stanley G. Tata. Rubin will
coordinate the planning, imple-
mentation and utilization of
marketing research and the
training and supervision of
personnel for various projects.
First meeting of the Kendall
Camera Club was held recently at
Kings Bay Yacht and Country
Clob. Dr. Morris Beck, president
said meetings will be held at least
once a month and that the club is
for professionals and those
wishing to learn photography.
Hannah Senesch Group will
hold a luncheon meeting at the
Delano Hotel on Monday. Sept.
6, at noon Observance of the
upcoming High Holy Days will
be featured. Entertainment.
President: Mrs. Inez Townsend;
program vice president: Mrs
Ann S. Fine.
Kadimah Group also will meet
on Sept. 6 at the Singapore Hotel
at noon. President: Mrs. Ben-
jamin Scheiner.
Maim Yassky Group will meet
on Wednesday, Sept. 8. at Byron
Hall at noon. Program will be a
description of the events at the
national convention, which
president Bertha Kohansic at-
tended.
I. R. Goodman B. & P. Group
will have it- installation meeting
on Sunday. Sept. 12. at 1 p.m. at
the Hadassah Chapter office on
Lincoln Rd. Party will follow the
meeting. President: Mrs.
Hannah Hastman: chairman:
Lottie Zaimoff.
The following groups all have
-iheduled their meetings for
Monday. Sept. 13,
Emma Lazarus Group will hold
its first luncheon meeting at
11:45 a.m. at the Holiday Inn.
Collins Ave. and 87th St. The
program will be a book review by-
Mrs. Ann Ackerman of Cynthia
Freeman's "A World Full of
Strangers." President: Mrs
Pearl Rachels; program chair-
man: Mrs. Dorothy Kovnat.
Forte Towers Group will meet
at noon at the 1200 West Ave.
Auditorium. Program: President
Geraldine*Rice will give a report
on the national convention in
Washington, and there will be
holiday music by Isidore Metzer.
accompanied at the piano by
Rose Glick. Program chairman:
Anne Yaffee.
Hatikvah Group will meet at
the Roney Plaza ''Trial Hall at
12:30 p.m. Ent> inment by
Mesivta Senior nigh School
students. President: Ethel
Ru den berg.
Henrietta Szold Group will
meet at the Delano Hotel at noon.
Community singing bv all.
Presidium president: Ruth Berg.
Herzl Group will hold its first
luncheon meeting at noon at the
Montmartre Hotel. President:
Sid Spear.
Lincoln Group will meet at
noon at the Club Room of 100
Lincoln Rd Candlelight services
will follow the meeting.
President: Mrs. Nellie Weisman.
Louis D. Brandeis Group will
meet at the Fontainebleau Hotel
at 11:30 a.m. President: Mrs.
in Miami Beach
's First Meetings
William Saffir.
Morton Towers (;
meet at the AmericlTSvil!?
building at Lincoln and 1 f
Roads. Mrs. Harrie. president of the South Florid.
Zionist Federation and nf ,h!
Pioneer Women Coun.il of South
Florida, will be the gueel -p^
Sophie Tucker Gro,!p ;. hav-
a stamp book luncheon and card
party at noon at the (oast3
Towers Party Room Donation,
two S. & H stamp hooks or
Green Merchant- book
President: Mrs J0?epb
Kestenbaum: chairpersons
Addie Landsman and Ann
Kaplowiu.
Southgate Group will meet at?
D m. in the Terra,, i;(K,m o{
Southgate Towers Program'
celebration of th. New Year, and
entertainment by Dolly Kramer
President: AnneW. I., vine
Plaza 800 Group v. ill meet m
their Social Hall on Tuesday
Sept. 14. at 12:15 p.m Refresh-
ments will be served Mr- Rose
Miller, president, will preside
There will be a candlelighting
ceremony and fund-raising for
the youth activities pr
Shaloma Group will also meet
on Sept. 14 at the Shore Club
Hotel at noon for punch.
Program: membership Speaker:
Mrs. Sylvia Kurland. donor
luncheons chairman President:
Mrs. Anna Stone
Natanya Group will meet on
Tuesday. Sept. 21, ai Winston
Towers 100 at 12 30 p.m.
Program: a report on the national
convention in Washington.
President: Henny Noctman
\dath Yeshurun Men
*Ian Entertainment
T Men's Club of Temple
Adath Yeshurun has announced
its 1976-77 entertainment series.
Jan Murray will appear on Dec.
8. followed by the Barry Sisters
on Feb. 5 and Guela Gill on April
16.
Tickets may be purchased for
the entire series at a discount of
20 percent over single admission
price. For subscription in-
formation and reservations,
contact the temple l)r Fdward
Tescher is chairman ol this year!
entertainment program
NEW ENGLAND LIFE
seeking a salanec soles
representative. Ince-' .e in-
come limned trave i C
William Smithdea
358-1111
Fusion School
Off jc ial school of Fusion Dance
Company Greater Mamis first
dance school associated with
a professional company
Opening September 7,K
For information and brocure call
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September 3. 1976
*Jkni$fi flkricflaun
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tyfy University of Miami
inini bulletin just arrived in the
A,; jn a human interest vein.
. newsletter printed a snapshot
taring three generations of
1 collegians. The grandson,
sently a sophomore, wore a T-
irt and had the most hair. The
her and grandfather were easy
identify they flanked the
.c[ of the family's students.
I iimes wonder if I am
i easy io peg generation-wise,
aged complexion is.
er 33 years, finally under
irol courtesy of a derma-
Igisl who has a way with post-
lescent acne.
bN THE other hand. I have
n going gray for the last 12
nr< Ml hough I probably do
it desen c it. I am graced with a
1<> of pure silver cresting at my
ow's peak.
However, I have a Clairol
:kpin which assures me that
hough I am "getting older," I
Hial-o getting better."
I] go to a pedodontist a
khvn'-i dentist. He is my
fcthcr in law. His practice is
i'-'' to children and relatives.
Ru.\cr I also go to a perio-
Bmi-i Since I hit the other side
lliii. my gums decided they did
It have to try quite so hard.
I] HAVE lectured to adult
^-. and am about to begin a
gious school teaching job and.
I regard my children's
chers and principals with a
tain sense of awe. I am still
g up on being called to the
ncipal's office at P.S. 104 in
Hronx for the presentation of
4th grade speech contest
ard New York accent and
I
B deal with the clergy routinely
my interviews. Each time I
fcroach a rabbi. I do so a little
erentmllv and with higher
x'ttations than I do "regular"
Hople I would not dream of
Stressing a rabbi by his first
fce unless I am invited to do
H And yet. many of the rabbis
pth whom I deal are frequently
contemporaries, sometimes
ind I now count some
with NORMA A. OROVrfzl
as good friends.
I always wondered what I
would "be" when I grew up. I
was wondering up until my late
twenties. It seems that I do not
ponder the problem any more.
Could I have grown up when 1
wasn't looking?
MY CHILDREN call me
"Mommy," and yet I call my
mother "Mommy." When my
kids are angry and frustrated,
they extend "Ma" into an ex-
ceptionally long monosyllabic
"Maaaa ." Funny, so do I.
Sometimes, when a quick hug
and a kiss are not enough to
smooth over the rough spots in a
bad day. my kids like to snuggle
awhile, although they are well
past the cuddly toddler stage.
Funny, how I also like to be
hugged and snuggled.
And it does not matter that my
head stands 6 inches above my
mother's or just a few inches
below my husband's. When you
can't go back to the womb, it's
nice to lie next to the breast.
THE MENTAL Health
Association of Dade County asks
a salient question on a ubiquitous
bumper sticker: "Have you
hugged your kid today?" It is a
valid question.
However old we are, we are still
our parents' children whether we
have our parents in fact or in
memory.
Amos Oz. the young Israeli
novelist, wrote in "Touch the
Water. Touch the Wind" that
"Dying parents exercise a
power over you that they have
never had before. And when your
father dies you will pick him up
and carry him inside you all your
life like an unborn child or a
malignant growth, he will ac-
company you through all your
rebellions, he will never again be
angry or punish you but only
laugh quietly inside you. All your
life."
WE ARE our parents' children
all our lives.
No matter that we are also our
children's parents or that we
have "grown up" or that we have
"become."
Bacardi Imports, Inc., of Miami, has been awarded the Lighting Design Award of Merit by the
Illuminating Engineering Society of North America. The award, presented at the Southeastern
Regional Conference of the Society in Atlanta, is for the lighting system of the new Bacardi
Imports building on Biscayne Boulevard. It was presented by Pedro 0. Martinez, regional
chairman of the IES awards committee, to Jose Argamasilla Bacardi, promotional manager of
sales of Bacardi Imports, and to Reynaldo Madiedo, who designed the lighting system. The
building has been described as a "Jewel Box on a Pedestal" by Miami city officials because the
outer walls of the top two floors are constructed of 80-foot by 80-foot colored-glass murals which
reproduce the design of a painting by the German artist Johannes M. Dietz. The hand-hammered
glass murals, which repeat the painting s design on each wall but with different background
colors, are blacklighted at night.
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Ptember3,
Serve Pineapple Beef Balls for your Rosh Hashanah
dinner this holiday season. The recipe uses Planters Peanut
Oil which is kosher.
Celebrate Rosh Hashanah
With Pineapple Beef Balls
The festival of Rosh Hashanah will begin Sept. 25 this
year. It is different from most Jewish holidays because its
observance is public rather than domestic. Except for a
festive meal at home on the eve of Rosh Hashanah. the
activity takes place in the synagogue where the service is
long and elaborate.
There are few food restrictions during this time of
profound religious observance and menus tend to be festive.
Suggested here is Pineapple Beef Balls, a delicious main
course for the Rosh Hashanah meal.
Flavorful meatballs are browned in peanut oil. then
cooked in a sweet and sour sauce with pineapple and green
pepper. The recipe uses Planters Peanut Oil which is the
favorite choice among Jewish cooks.
They prefer peanut oil because of its light, delicate
flavor. Planters Peanut Oil is the all-purpose cooking salad
oil that is acceptable in Jewish kitchens any time of year
because it is kosher and pareve.
PINEAPPLE BEEF BALLS
1*2 pounds ground chuck
14 cup grated onion
1 cup fine bread crumbs
1 egg. beaten
2 tablespoons water
2 teaspoons salt
11 teaspoon pepper
2 tablespoons Planters Peanut Oil
1 can (83 oz) pineapple
tidbits, undrained
1 i cup vinegar
12 cup sugar
3 tablespoons cornstarch
'/2 cup diced green pepper
Combine meat, onion, bread crumbs, beaten egg,
water, salt and pepper. Mix well and form into about 30
balls. Brown in Planters Peanut Oil. Meanwhile, to prepare
the sauce, combine undrained pineapple tidbits, vinegar,
sugar and cornstarch in small saucepan. Cook over medium
heat until mixture thickens and begins to boil. Add
pineapple mixture to the meatballs along with diced green
pepper. Cook another 5 minutes. Serves six.
Area Broadcasters Help Kick
Off United Way Campaign
More than 4.000 United Way
volunteers joined the people of
Dade County to kick off a con-
centrated campaign effort on
Tuesday night with a simul-
taneous broadcast donated by
the five commercial television
stations and 26 radio stations
serving the community.
General campaign chairman
Marshall S. Harris stressed this
year's "Now you mean more than
ever'' theme, askftkg everyone to
come to the rescue of people who
count on United Way help.
To continue needed services,
this year's 7.5 percent goal in-
crease must be achieved and
$9,886,000 raised by Nov. 18.
Achieving this goal will continue
the 13-year record of successful
United Way campaigns.
Harris asked the campaign
leadership to join him on Aug. 24
at a reception to honor publicly
all Dade County communications
media for their continued sup-
port. He said, "Although tim
does not permit us to honor eacl
individual who has added a majo>
part to our success, I would like
to say that the people of Dade
County are proud of their broad-
casters for the generous
assistance and cooperation they
continue to demonstrate."
Israel's Rising Home Building Ne
Linked to Fast Pace, Cheap Rate
"The ability to meet the
projected soaring demands for
homes in Israel in the future will
depend on the ability to build at a
faster pace and a cheaper rate.'
explained Robert Russell at the
fifth annual assembly of the
Jewish Agency this summer in
Jerusalem.
"Our objective at the moment,
then, is to go beyond satisfying
current demands and to create a
better, more efficient industry
RUSSELL. serving as
chairman of the Jewish Agency's
Housing Committee and a
member of its Board of (lover
nors. is a past president of the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. He is currently
chairman of the capital fund
campaign for the Jewish Com
munity Centers of South Florida,
a member of the Federation
family of local agencies. And he is
a national chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal
Although the demand for
housing has been reduced for lack
of immigrants. Russell is con-
vinced that the decline will never
reach zero level and that the rate
of immigration will eventually
pick up and soar beyond any
previous figures.
The Jewish Agency Housing
Committee does not concern
itself with housing allocations,
but rather acts more in the
capacity of a watchdog, exploring
techniques and criteria which
make for better housing, he
pointed out.
ONE OF the most important
developments in housing in
Israel. Russell reported, is the
three-year plan developed in con
junction with the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, the
Tei'hnion, Tel Aviv University,
the Israeli Construction Center
and the Jewish Agency to im-
prove construction, design, ef-
ficiency, time and cost
Russell cited an industrialized
building project in Carmiel in
which construction time i- being
reduced by the use of modular
standardized and pre-cast
elements. Costs are subsequently
being reduced through the
speedier and efficient con
structionof the project
A construction system has
been evolved, enabling a
structure for four apartments to
be put up in one week and the
project can be completed within
the space of another week.
WHILE SYMPATHIZING
with Israelis who are enduring
one of the toughest economic
periods in recent years. Russell
noted that there are benefits to be
gained from bad economic linn"-
Efficiency increases as different
firms compete for whatever con-
struction jobs are available.
To illustrate the
extent to
which the industry has picked up.
Kussell quoted time spans for
projects completed three years
ago against those of today. The
average time for a multistory
apartment block in 1973 was
between 22 and 30 months.
Today, the same project would
take between four to six months
to complete, and production
costs despite rising prices in
the interim period would be
tremendously reduced.
The pressures which existed
three years ago will not ac-
company a new wave of aliyah.
for the simple reason that, under
the new system, new housing
projects can be commenced and
completed during the six-month
period in which the immigrant
vtavs at an abworption center
"THE REMAINING problem
is finding funds with which to
build housing.' Russell said.
New immigrants are not the
only people in Israel in need of a
root over their heads There are
voting Israelis who have grown
up in large families in cramped
conditions, who are looking for a
place to call their own There are
people getting married six days a
week all over the country, who
need a place ol their own in which
to start their lives together and
raise their families
The housing problem Is
directly related to pr^
demography ,n Israel ?'
couples without the securi,*
home are reluctant t0 l
children into the world Witt
adequate financial assi
with which to buy a hon* (
will never reali/t. their ante
on the small amount whicho
saved from an Israelipavchi
Russell explained
"The vicious circle cm,
broken only by a w
response from world Jewv
continued. "Mousing hasi
been one of the top pnortaJ
the Jewish Agency
will be for a long time to cow;1
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y September 3, 1976
^Jewisti fkiridian
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Center Stores Vital Information on Holocaust
[HEW YORK A high school
udent who is doing a term
er on the Holocaust, a
bduatfl student writing his dis-
[ri.ition on concentration
[nips, a psychiatrist who is
ensuring the effect of hunger on
| hman and a group of black
iidents from the Bedford-Stuy-
Si,nt section of Brooklyn who
studying opression all are
,jtors to the Center for Holo-
jst Studies temporarily located
the Yeshiva of Flatbush in
rooklyn, New York.
iThey say they come here
cause they can find under one
of the oral and visual aids and
cementation exclusively
k-oted to the Holocaust.
IhKRE ALREADY are 1,000
\\xt~ of taped interviews with
ivors on cassettes. Here are
>s and movies. Here are
ariis letters of deportation,
leters, photographs, charts, and
ire. too, are the terrible physical
minders: clothes worn by camp
nates
|Musi of the documents are
igic indeed. There is a World
11 request from a woman in
^gium to the US. government
guesting that she and her
shand be allowed to enter
nerica to be reunited with their
kunhter. The request was
knieil; the father and mother
Irished. But the girl in the U.S.
vived, married, and recently
ted the Holocaust Center, as
I her son.
The Center's founder and
rector herself a survivor and
kw scholar and professor of
Bdaic Studies at Brooklyn
pUege Dr. Yaffa Eliach, said
at when working with her
jdents in a college course on
Holocaust, she began to real-
that what was needed was
central documentation and
search facility where not only
er students, but thousands of
hers could easily obtain a
sual and oral history of the
ocaust from documentation,
iks. music and art work and
have to jump from one
brary to another."
[ENCOURAGED BY Dean
thyle Wolf, dean of the School
Humanities at Brooklyn
Bllege. Professor Yehuda Bauer
[the I nstitute of Contemporary
iwry of the Hebrew University,
ad \ ashem in Israel and the
bshiva of Flatbush, she em-
pked on recording on tape the
Jrj of the Holocaust as told by
urvivors. And time was of
me Born in Vilna in
I he pointed out that her
:< tfroup is the youngest
in vividly recall the terror
that era.
In the U.S. alone, there must
lands of survivors with
fries, diaries and documents
should be heard and
fcorded, "so that the world does
forget," added Dr. Eliach,
tin is an author and playwright
who has written about the
teedy that befell Jews in World
far II.
*ut it was not just the sur-
^'ors that she wants to record in
(is living memorial which she
fpes some day will take its place
ongside the great institutes of
olocaust research such as those
Haris, Copenhagen and Yad
ashem.
Pr Eliach explained that the
Wocaust can be morbid and
|ou get the idea that everyone
us. But there were the
Heous among the nations and
Ue trying to locate every
e of material to show that
some did aid the victims."
FOR INSTANCE, the archives
of this research institute in
Brooklyn has a special diary. Its
recordings, according to the
Center, begin when a Jewish girl
escaped from one concentration
camp, was picked up by the Nazis
again, escaped a second time, and
was found unconscious in a ditch
by a group of British POWs.
The prisoners picked her up
and hid her in their compound.
One POW. Willy, kept a diary
describing life in the Prisoner of
War camp and the aid they gave
the Jewish girl. Both were vic-
tims. But historians can see from
the diary that while the English
were protected by the Geneva
Convention, the Jew was con-
sidered sub-human.
After the war. that very same
girl married in America and her
husband went on to become a
judge. She herself is active in
Brooklyn political and civic
affairs.
She is Hannah Rigler, now a
member of the Center's advisory
board, which is headed by Allen
Bodner, a Manhattan attorney,
and which has a distinguished
group of rabbis, scholars, lay
leaders and writers.
WHEN MRS. RIGLER S
husband was named a Family
Court Judge, Willy, the British
POW, saw the appointment story
in a newspaper in Great Britain
and sent the diary to her, with an
enclosed invitation. Mrs. Rigler
later flew to the United Kingdom
and she and the British POWs
held a reunion.
Another group which the
documentation and research
facility plans to interview and
record on tape is especially
significant in this, the Bicen-
tennial Year of the United States.
Dr. Eliach and her staff, which
includes many volunteers
some survivors, some children of
survivors, and others have
begun to interview thousands of
American GIs who liberated the
concentration camps, to get their
historic roles and reactions.
"American soldiers," say
many survivors, "helped them in
many cases above and beyond
the call of duty" and this help has
been fof' the most part undoc-
umented,- declared Dr. Eliach,
adding, "I want to show the
public school children, for in-
siance. what the GIs did for
oppressed people and introduce
Holocaust studies to young
people."
FEW HAVE ever spoken to
any of these American soldiers
before, and helping the Center is
the work of Col. Walter J. Felenz,
the American liberator of
Dachau. Under his direction,
specially prepared questionnaires
were sent to the 1,000 members of
his Rainbow Division who
liberated Dachau and to
American soldiers all over, the
U.S. Yad Vashem itself is in-
Wrested in this project since it
can only be carried out in the
United States.
It is from these GIs and
survivors that the Holocaust
Center hones also to obtain
artifacts and documents, and
paintings which will be stored in
the future Museum and Per-
forming Arts Center which the
Center plans to build.
Moreover, the Center also
notes that little if any research
has been recorded on the effect of
the Holocaust on the Hasidic
community. It points out, too,
that "the Holocaust is presented
as a totally Ashkenazic tragedy,
yet a large percentage of the
Sephardic Jewish community of
Greece was destroyed during
World War II."
THE CENTER reaches out to
the children of the survivors; the
American youths who want to
know both the historical and
emotional aspects of the tragedy
of the six million. There is the
teenager who took Dr. Eliach's
Holocaust course in Brooklyn
College and who later came to the
Center because she wanted "to
find out why my mother screams
at night and has nightmares."
But besides the academic
study and the housing of tapes
and documents, the Center wants
to be that living memorial where
exhibitions, lectures and displays
can take place. And it is on its
way. Beate Klarsfeld. the world
renowned anti-Nazi crusader, has
talked at the Center and Elie
Wiesel, author and playwright,
will give a spring lecture.
One of the most important
tasks at the Center is to develop
educational materials and
curriculum for the teaching of the
Holocaust in public and religious
schools. Many synagogues and
community centers, schools,
colleges, write in for programs
and lecturers on the Holocaust.
THE CENTER believes that
the U.S.. with its large Jewish
community, has not yet built a
living memorial center, museum
and library on the Holocaust, like
the ones in Europe and Israel.
It plans to become a per-
forming arts center dealing with
themes related to the Holocaust
and it has a goal to be that
research center of memorabilia,
documents and testimonies of
survivors. As it says in its
brochure taken from the Book of
Joel, 1:3, "Tell your children of
it, and let your children tell their
children and their children
another generation."
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Meiehels
By NOR M A BAR AC H
Yeast dough pastry has its own circle of devotees. For those who
know and like the taste of yeast dough, and for those who may want to
try it. I suggest this project, which I found made a hit in my
household. It is not difficult to make at all.
1' ozs fresh veast
1 tsp. sugar
11 cup warm water
4 eggs, beaten
1 j cup sour cream
1 cup whole milk
GLAZE
1 tbsp. melted butter
oi. orange juice
cup sugar
cups flour
peach preserves
shredded coconut
stick butter, melted
3 to 4 tbsps confectioner's sugar
Dissolve yeast and one teaspoon sugar in warm water. Then mix
all ingredients except preserves and coconut. Place in a warm floured
bowl to rise. Let rise about l1 hours. Divide into two balls and let it
rest a minute. Roll out each ball. Spread with preserves and coconut.
Roll jelly-roll fashion.
Mix glaze ingredients and brush on dough. Let rise another 1 to
1'/, hours. Bake at 350 degrees until brown (about 30 minutes). Makes
two large kuchens.
ONE DISH CHICKEN
This all-in-one top-of-the-stove chicken dish helps keep your
kitchen cool by making it unnecessary to use your oven.
Shoshanna Ron will perform
at the 57th Workmen's Circle
Conference on Saturday. Sept
4, at 8 p.m.. at the DiLido
Hotel, according to announce-
ment by regional secretary
Max Gleiberman and con-
ference arrangements
chairman Phil Weiner. Miss
Ron. whose family emigrated
from Russia to Israel, has
received numerous awards for
her musical ability and has
appeared in major American
cities.
8 chicken breasts, cut in half
Vt cup flour
2 taps salt
'/, tsp pepper
oil
'i lb whole baby onions
3 lb whole fresh mushrooms
10 oz frozen corn
3 medium tomatoes, cut in quarters
6 oz can tomato paste
'/, cup water
'/4 cup sweet red wine.
Mix chicken breasts with flour, salt and pepper. In large skillet
brown onions, mushrooms and chicken in oiL Add rest of ingredients
except wine. Cover and cook over low heat about one hour. Stir in wine
and cook 10 minutes longer or until tender.
CURRANT-APPLE DESSERT (KEYSEL),
This fruit dessert comes from a family recipe. It was popular in
Eastern Europe and hits the spot on a hot summer day. When chilled,
this dessert forms almost a puddinglike consistency.
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1 quart fresh currants i >
4 medium apples (peeled and sliced) 2
8 cups of cold water 3
to 2 cups of sugar
tablespoons potato starch
cup cold water;
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Remove stems from the currants and wash them. Bring currants
to a boil in eight cups of water in a heavy pot. Simmer for 10 minutes.
Put through a strainer, discarding the pulp and seeds. Put the liquid
back in the pot, add the apples and cook 10 more minutes, after
bringing it to a second boil. Add the sugar, more or less according to
taste.
In a large bowl, mix the potato starch with 3t cup cold water,
stirring well. Then add slowly two cups of the boiling currants (one
cup at a timel to the starch mixture, stirring as you pour. Then add
this starch-currant mixture to the remaining currants in the pot. Mix
well with a wooden spoon, making sure there are no lumps. Turn off
the fire. When cool, refrigerate and serve well chilled.
Raanana Chapter of American Mizrachi Women in Brookline.
Mass.. has successfully published its second cookbook. It is available
for S4.25. and requests should be addressed to Mrs. R. Bramson. 93
Summit Ave.. Brookline. Mass. 02146. The book has an exceptionally
interesting section on various ways to prepare kosher cuts of meat.
Now for a sample from the book.
2 cups chili sauce
1 cup catsup
4 tblsps lemon juice
1 cup brown sugar
1 cup granulated sugar
4 cups water
Boil the above in a six-quart pot. then mix:
2 lbs chopped meat
2 eggs
1.- cup corn flake crumbs
1 cup cold water
salt, pepper, monosodium glutamate
Form into meatballs, then place meatballs in the boiling sauce
and simmer for two hours Can be served over cooked rice.
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William Silverstein has been
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overseers of Bar-Ilan University
of Israel, it was announced this
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Stern o? New York, chairmai I
the board
_ Silverstein is the second
Floridian named to the national
board, ining Mr- Harriet
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recent dinner celebrating the
university -'nth anniversary.
rhe Jean and William Silver-
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the Yaacov Herzog Faculty of
Law at Bar I Ian was dedicated in
memory of Silverstein s late wife
this summer.
A Founder of Mount Sinai
Medical Center and of the Miami
Beach Hebrew Home for the
Aged. Silverstein is co-owner of
the Sagamore Hotel, a member of
the Century Club of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and a
director of Temple Fmanu-El.
Mrs. Stern. New York and
associate national chairman of
the Women's Division of Israel
Bonds, is the first woman to head
the overall board in the United
States for an Israeli institution of
higher learning.
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* Unisti fkridHctr
Page 13-B
srael Will Not Seek Extradition
By GIL SEDAN
tl(l SALEM (JTA) Israel
geek the extradition from
( ,.l ihe two Arab terrorists
acked passengers of a Tel
. ond El Al plane at Istan-
"i asilkov Airport, the
pel decided at its regular
Eon
reasons behind that
were understood to
bti,. two main considerations,
was that it was not clear
|fai r I srael has legal grounds
xtradition request.
UK RE IS no direct ex-
Itjon treaty between Israel
urkey. though both are Big-
Hes to a multilateral treaty
Ugh which extradition could
Eetically be arranged.
|h.' other Ls that Israel does
rani ;o embarrass Turkey by
^sting extradition of the
li was indicated that such
kquest could put Suleiman
tturel s coalition government
[a difficult situation.
refusal could have a negative
lion in world public opinion
an agreement could evoke
yderable public criticism in
tej particularly from the
t wing pro-Moslem National
lion Party, the second
it in the coalition.
OREOVER, it is believed,
lement would certainly
fcrnune Turkey's relations
i the Arab world, the support
Irhu'h Turkey is courting for
truggle with Greece over oil
i n in the Aegean Sea
bver Cyprus.
ported that as tar as
i- concerned, the bert
ion would be that the two
Is tried and sentenced
pwever, there were several
Cations from Ankara, capital
thai Turkey is on
r ther and from Israel's
il \ lew less alt ract i\ r
Israel's diplomatic
inerj has been put to work
gate such intentions
IRKEYS INTERIOR
Hi has suggested that
might dispose of the
h\ extraditing the two
to an Arab country.
i or Lebanon, the only
ry with a direct ex-
n aty with Turkey.
i u was also reported here
Turkish government of-
|s have not yet decided how
andle the problem and the
ion here is that Turkey is
i rush to deal with it. Turkey
ly wait until the end of
month when the assault no
fr will he hot news in the
's media and the meeting of
onaligned nations meeting
lombo, Sri Lanka, will have
luded.
V. of Miami Course:
tdaism and Islam'
Yehuda Shamir, new
^or of Judaic studies at the
srsity of Miami. is
Wing a course on "Judaism
llslam." giving the back-
d of the situation in the
Last. The class meets
10:50a.m. to noon, Tuesday
[Thursday, at NM 203A in
ppartment of Religion.
'i Shamir comes to Miami
the University of Cm
I' A native of Tel Aviv, he
tad his training at the
prsity of Jerusalem and the
lie University in Phila-
He is also offering a
in Introduction to
pon. Tuesday and Thursday,
Pto9:15a.m at LC 110.
In a related development.
Davar reported that in spite of
the terrorist attack and the new
security measures at the Istanbul
airport there are still "severe
security gaps" at this airport.
The paper also disclosed,
quoting what it termed a reliable
source in Ankara, that Israeli
representatives had demanded
several times that the airport
authorities separate passengers
in transit from other passengers
at the airport. This request had
been rejected. Davar reported.
THE TWO terrorists were able
tn gain access to the passenger
departure lounge because they
were in transit from Rome where
they had arrived earlier in the
day from Tripoli, Libya.
Davar reported that the ter-
rorists had planned to board a
Pakistani airliner after com-
mitting their murderous deed.
They were captured, instead, by
Turkish police after a furious gun
battle.
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managing, improving and finding solutions to problems
in the Public Defender's Office and in the entire system.
The Public Defender s Office is a part of a continu-
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so that everyone will have due process and professional
assistance if accused of wrongdoing by the State It is
not an office whose sole purpose is to defend "criminals
It is an office that is necessary to the overall maintenance
of |ushce. fair prosecution of wrongdoers and correction
of those who break the laws
BENNETT BRUMMER, as Chief of the Appellate
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for the quality of work of dozens of subordinates, the
training of young legal minds in the Office and at the
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BENNETT BRUMMER has contributed to the
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spent two years in the Peace Corps in South America
teaching English in a national university.
He is a member of the Florida Bar. New York Bar
and the Federal Bar and has practiced before all the
divisions of the federal court, including the U S
Supreme Court as Trial & Appeals lawyer
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Dade County Bar Association
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Page 14-B
* Jewi sti Meridian
Friday. September 3.197R
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-25414
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The marriage of
ORESTES SARD IN AS, husband.
and
NUMANCIA SARD IN AS, wife.
TO: NUMANCIA SARDINAf
543 60th Street, Apt. 3
West New York.
New Jersey 070B3
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any. to It on ARTHUR H
LIPSON. attorney for Petitioner, whose
address Is 1980 So. Ocean Drive.
Hallandale, Florida 33008. and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before September 24.
1976; otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this 16th
day of August. 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By C. P. Copeland
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal i
Aug. 20. 27 Sept 3. 10. 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
I. desiring to engage In
- under the fictitious name of
D'OAl I iN[at 170 W.29th St.. Hlaleah.
Fla intends to register --aid name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida
BBR IN''
A Florida Corp.
Aug 18, 111,27; Sept 3. 197
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N( HEREBY GIVEN that the
under lesirlng to engage in
buslnes- under the fictitious nai
IRTMENTS at 67 Collins
: tend to
i ulth the Clerk of the
H \k; i
v.

)TICE UNDER
ITIOUSNAME LAW
'


1 Florida
LNDCORP
B) LAWRENCE LANDY
Prej
CYPEN .v nhvins
Attomi .. : iicanl
Aug 27 Sept. 3. 10. !.
iNTHECIRCUITCOURT
INANDFOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No. 74-2)895 CA-01 (40)
SOUTHERN DISCOUNT COMPANY
Plaintiff,
c.
RICHARD W.DAVIS
and CECELIA DAVIS.
His wife.
Defendants
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Richard W Davis and
Cecelia Davis, his wife
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a complaint for foreclosure of mortgage
has been filed against you and against
the following described real property
located in Dade County. Florida, to wit
Lol Seven (71 In Block One
Hundred Eight HORi of CAROL
CITV EOI'RTH ADDITION. Plat
Book Sixty five 1651 at Page One
Hundred Twenty-Two H22i of the
Public Records' of Dade County,
Florida, together with color-
television Zenith. refrigerator-
Whirlpool oven-Whirlpool, washer
and dryer Frlgidaire. dishwasher
Frigldaire. sewing machine, tele-
vision portable, sofa, coffee table,
two end tables, five beds and two
dressers
and you are hereby required to serve
your answer or other pleading to this
cross-complaint on Elliot L Miller,
plaintiff's attorney at 621 NE 51st
Street. Miami. Florida 33137. and file
the original answer or pleading with the
Clerk of this Court on or before the 17th
day of September, 1976 If you fall to do
so. Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded in
the complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this
Court on this 11th day of August. 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court (seal i
By A Crutcher
Deputy Clerk
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-25125
NOTICE OF SUIT
FOR PETITION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of.
ROBERT LUNA.
Husband / Petitioner,
and
MARIA MORAIS LUNA,
Wife Respondent.
TO: MARIA MORAIS LUNA
Rua Xavier da Sllvelra
67 Apt. 804
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
YOU. MARIA MORAIS LUNA, are
hereby notified that a Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage has been filed
against you; and you are requested to
serve a copy of your Answer or pleading
to said Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage on the Husband Petitioner's
Attorney, ARTHUR S DAVIS. ESQ..
Suite 1117 City National Bank Building.
28 West Flagler Street, Miami. Florida
33130 U.S.A. (Phone: 373-7768). and file
the original Answer or pleading In the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or before the 17th day of Sept 1976 If
you fall to do so. Judgment by Default
will be taken against you for the relief
demanded In the Petition for Dissolution
ol Marriage
THIS NOTICE shall be published once
each week for four (4) consecutive
weeks In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida this I2thday of Aug. 1976
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Cle rk of the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By B LIPPS
I CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
Aug. 20, 27. Sept. 3. 10. 1976
NUI i ,F ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION NO 76 24468
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
l.A/ I I MOO

'.' \::i \ni iTi iLONOO
I ndenl
NOO
: .
... H Al
laglei Stn Fl< la
kttori i tor I 'el
th< original with the cli
befbi
M I default M I"- II tl Sd
It you for the relief prayed for In
the complaint or petition.
This notlre shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks In
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this 6th
dav of August. 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By WILLIE BRADSHAW JR.
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal l
HAROLD CEASE. ESQ
Attorney for Petitioner
2720 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33135
Attorney for Petitioner
Aug. 13. 20. 27; Sept 3, 1976
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No. 74-24215
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Marriage Of
CLOREINE REFUSE,
vs.
GEORGES REFUSE
TO: GEORGES REFUSE
2e Avenue Bolosse No 58
Port-au-Prince, Haiti (Wl i
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed against you and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of your
answer or other pleading to the Petition
on the Wife's Attorney. LESTER
ROGERS, whose address is 1454 NW 17
Avenue. Miami. Florida 33125. and file
the original with the Clerk of the above
styled Court on or before this 17th day of
September. 1976, or a Default will be
entered against you.
DATED this 4th day of August. 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By H F MUSCORELLA
Aug. 13.20, 27; Sept. 3,1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
DIAL-GUARD at 10275 Collins Avenue,
Bal Harbour. Florida 33154 intends to
register said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
CARIBBEAN SECURITY SYSTEMS.
INC.
By: Howard Shldlowsky, President
GEORGE GILBERT
Attorney for
Caribbean Security
Systems. Inc.
Aug. 13.20.27; Sept 3, 1976
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
CIVI L ACTION NO. 74-25204
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of:
LOUISP MEYERS.
Petitioner.
SARA ELIZABETH MEYERS,
Respondent.
TO: SARA ELIZABETH MEYERS
c o Laura Meredith
Linden. North Carolina
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve B ropv of your written
defenses, If any. to It on HYMAN P
GALBUT, attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is 721 Washington
Avenue Miami Beach. Florida 33139,
and file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
tember 17. 1976; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks in
THE IEWISHFLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand the seal i I
court at Miami Florida on this 131
of August. :
RICHARD1 BRINKER
\- < 'ii-rk i 'ncult Court
i 'ountv k:
B) M HARTNETT
\- leputy Clerk
.it Court Si
GALBUT ANI GALBUT
Ian Avenue
;<13H
Aug. 13, 20,27; Sept. 3, 1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SUN STATE ENTERPRISES at 990 NE
72nd Terrace. Miami, Fla intend to
register said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
JAMES NAVILLA
TONYNAVILLA
HERBERT SEIDEL.Esq
Attorney for Applicant
Aug 27; Sept. 3. 10, 17.1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BAYVIEW POINT TERRACE, at 3800
NE 168 Street. North Miami Beach.
Fla., 33160 Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
IRELICHTER
HENRY DORFMAN
ALLEN CHARLUPSKI
Aug. 20, 27; Sept. 3, 10.1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
VALGAR AUTO REPAIR at 10926 NW
S River Dr.. Medley. Fla. SS166, Intends
to register said name with the Clerk o
the Circuit Court of Dade County ,
Florida.
LUCIANO M. VALDES
Aug. 13,20, 27; Sept. 3.1976
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICI
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIKCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACT ION NO. 76 25762
GENERALJURISDICTION
DIVISION
ACTION FOR
CHANGE OF NAME
IN RE THE \I \!"l> ROF
CAI'.I.A MIRIELLE STALVEY
\ Minor
TO CHARLES A STALVEY
Residence Address I nknown
YOl \i;e HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
an action for Change ol Name has been
filed against you and you are required to
Serve a ropy of your written defense n
any. to it on ALBERT I.
CARRICARTE. Attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is 2491 NW 7th Street.
Miami. Florida 33125, and file Un-
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before Oct 1st. 1976:
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded In
the Petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks In
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and seal of the
said Court at Miami. Florida on the 18th
day of August. 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I lade County. Florida
By: M. J Hartnett
As Deputy-Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
ALBERT I. CARRICARTE. PA
2491 NW Ttli Street
Miami, Florida 33125
Phone No. 649-7917
Aug. 30.27: Sept 3. 10, 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CONCHA DEL MAR INC.. at 1125 SW
12th Court. Miami. Florida 33135 Intends
to register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Countv
Florida '
SIGO R.MENDEL
____________Aug 20.27; Sept. 3. 10. 197H
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CENTRAL APARTMENTS, at 1610
Drexel Avenue, In the City of Miami
Beach. Florida, Intend to register the
said name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
Dated at Miami Beach. Florida, this
10th day of August, 1976.
ABRAHAM MARIN
HELENS MARIN
Aug. 20,27; Sept. 3, 10.1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BAYVIEW POINT APARTMENTS, at
3628 NE 188 Street. North Miami Beach
Fla. 33160 Intends to reglstersald name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida
BAYVIEW POINT. INC
A FLA. CORP.
IRE LICHTER. PRESIDENT
Aug. 20,27; Sept. 3, 10,1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TOWN AND COUNTRY APART
MENTS at 9760 SW 184 Street. Miami.
Fla. 33157 Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
BERNARD GOODMAN
EVELYN GOODMAN
Aug. 13. 20. 27: Sept. 3, 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
K.S.D ENTERPRISES at 6770 Indian
Creek Drive. Miami Baal h, Fla 33141.
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida.
DANIELM RICH
MORTON \1 BEIGEL
Atlornev for Applicant
Aug. IT. Sept 8 1". 17. I8T8
_______LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha, ,v
undersigned desiring to en^~,a5
business under the flrtltlnn. __ m
TELE-ENTRY at 10^5 cSM"
Bal Harbour, Florida SB164tat*n
register said name with the Clerk of,h
Circuit Court of Dade County Fiona?*
CARIBBEAN SECURITY SYSTEMS
By: Howard Shldlowskv Pre.
GEORGE GILBERT
Attorney for Caribbean
Security Systems, Inc
Aug. 13.20,27;
Sept a 197
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-4044 (14)
NOTICE OF ACTION OF
ADOPTION
IN RE
\l'OPTION BY HI now IOSEY
of a minor female child
to;Rafael Barrios
. unknown
YOl \!:i NOTIFIED thai a Petition
\ our minor hlld
daughter has be<
ervi
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in ESQI ll:.-
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INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOF TMP
11THJUDICIALCIRCUITINAN0
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERALJURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No. 74-21502
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Marriage of
ADA (TON. Wife and
JESUS CRISTOBAL UTON,
Husband
TO: JESUS CRISTOBAL I
i Residence inknoun
YOU ARE HEREBY i> -l|a, .
Petition for Dissolution ol M
been filed against you ai
hereby required to lervi
answer or other pleading to i
on the Wife's Attorney H
K< IERS whose addn
Avenue, Miami i
the original w 1th the Clerl
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October. 1976, or a Del
lei ed against you
IIATED this 25th daj l
RICHARDP hi. s
Clerk of theCIn
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 76-5322
IN RE ESTATE OK
EDITH WALLACE
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST I'llK tBOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER. PERSONS
INTERESTED INTHE ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
the administration of the estate of
EDITH WALLACE, deceased. File
Number 76-5322. Is pending In the Cir-
cuit Court for Dade Countv Florida.
Probate Division, the address of which
i- 7:< West Flagler Street. Miami
Florida 33131 The personal
representative of the estate Is GEORGE
G. FEHL. whose address Is 9611 SW93rd
Street. Miami. Florida 33176 The name
and address of the personal
representative's attorney are set forth
below.
All persons having claims or demands
against the estate are required
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 anv claim or
demand they may have. Each claim
must be in writing and must Indicate the
basil for the claim, the nan..- and ad
dress of the creditor or his agent or
attorney, and the amount claimed If
the claim Is not yet due. the date when It
will become due shall he Stated If the
claim Is contingent or unliquidated the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
suited If the claim Is secured the
security shall be described The
claimant shall deliver sufficient 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 NoUce of
Administration has been mailed are
Pr'om d+Jt,1iHIN THREE MONTHS
EROM 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
repr"e",at,v- r he venue or
Jurisdiction of the court.
rJHi". rlA|MS. DEMANDS, AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WII I
BE FOREVERBARRED
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: Aug 27 1878
GEORGEG FEHL
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of EDITH WALLACE
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAl!)eCea"ed
REPRESENTATIVE:
Broad and Cassel
1108 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbor Islands,
Florida 33154
Telephone 868 1000
Aug. 27; Sept. 3. 1976
"NTHECIRCUITCOURTFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number
Division NES'-
ESTATEOF
M Gl STHERBSTRITH
Nii;
'|| \: I PERSI .
MA"
YOl
'
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MillIN THREE M THE I
PI BLICATION Hi-
oth the clerk ol II -
written statement
the) ma) havi
mils-, tie in writini
basis for the claim the nan I
dress ol the creditor oi his
attorney and the amount
the claim is not yet due the dad
will become due shall be il ll
claim is contingent or mil,.;
nature of the uncertainty
stated If the claim is
security shall be deai rlbe I The
claimant shall deliver suffl
of the claim to the clerk to liable the
clerk to mall one copv to eai '
representative.
All persons Interested in thi
whom a copy of this N : of
Administration has been ma I Ut
required. WITHIN THREE M'ATHS
FROM THE DATE OF T)>> IRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file any objections the) ma) 'hat
challenges the validity of the den lent!
will, the qualifications of the : -onal
representative, or the vei e or
jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS DEMANI INI
OBJECTIONS NOT so FU
BE FOREVER BARRED
I 'ate of the first Mlbll .
Notlre of Admlnlstrat i>
SANFORDS FAI NCI
As Personal Reprc-.
Estate of August Herl
1 -.
ATTORNEY FOR PERSI IN t
REPRESENTATIVE
FAUNCE, FINK & FORMAN
WOOBlscayneBlvd Room H I
Miami. Florida 33137
371 5471
Aug 27 -
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 76-3424
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE THEMARRIAOEOI
ALBERT F. SULLIVAN JR
Petitioner,
vs.
FLORENCE R. SULLIVAN
Respondent.
YOU, FLORENCE R. SU1 *- Uj
1002 Ottawa. Defiance. Ohio 43511 **
HEREBY NOTIFIED TO FILI VOW
written response to this a<
dissolution of marriage, with the <*lertt
of the above Court, and tervi
upon Petitioner's Attorneys VOB
/AMFT* SMITH. Suite
Dixie Highway. Coral Gables Hnnds
33146. on or before the Isl
October. 1976. else the Petition "*
Dissolution of Marriage will be taken M
confessed.
DATED: Aug 18, 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: A CRUTCHER
Deputy Clerk
i circuit Court Seal I
Aug. 27; Sept. 3.10. 1
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Family Service
teopens Evenings
Beginning Sept. 9, the Jewish
jfv and Children's Service
resume Thursday evening
urs at the main office, 1790 SW
Ave and at the north district
fee "2040 NF. 163rd St.
.pointmints may be scheduled
til 9 pm.
professional counseling ser-
B are offered to individuals
groups weekdays, at the
|n office and at the district
gg; B50 Washington Ave.
120 Lincoln Road. Miami
tech. and 2040 NE 163 St..
Irth Miami Heach. as well as at
,. storefront counseling centers
Jadolescents: Place North. 386
I 16" St North Miami Heach:
I 119 Arthur Godfrey
Miami Heach. and Place
kith."220Bird Road. Miami.
LEGAL NOTICE
|\,w therapy groups are being
Vme [' is, the elderly, parents
adolescents and families. For
rther information, call 446-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAMELAW
HEREBY lilVKN that the
ti'-iring to engage In
ler the fictitious name of
Mil TH 51 IMP <"<> N"t Inc.. at
102806, Miami Heach
intendl to register said
,-rk of the Circuit Court
Honda.
Ill \/:h\i;INSBURG
27; Sept 3. 10. 17. 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAMELAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
derilgned desiring to engage In
..ler the fictitious name of
ICADE POINTVnW BUILDING,
at 1125 SW 12th Court. Miami,
| intends to register said
fie with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
adeCnuntv Florida
SIGOR MENDEL
\ ; Sept. 3. 10. 17, 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAMELAW
OnCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
leragned desiring to engage In
iiness under the fictitious name of
MAR UWKTMENTS. at 1520 SW
Miami, Fla., Intend to
it s.iid name with the Clerk of the
ide County. Florida.
U.KKKI 0 \M> ADRIAMARTI
\ it 13. 20. 27: Sept 3. 187B
NOTICE UNDER
?ICTITIOUSNAME LAW
riCKISHKREBY GIVEN that the
, to engage In
the flctltlOUl name of
RIESat 1278 NV
Fla $3186 Intend! to
with the Clerk of the
i li County Florida
JETI'OttER, INC MIAMI
\ rtda Corp
Aug 2J Sept S, 10. 17. 1976
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
OADECOUNTY
CIVILACTION NO. 74-24271
hue**. ACT|ONFOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
E EDKI.MIRA GARCIA.
ivtltloner.
._ and
OR GARCIA.
I Respondent
[HECTOR GARCIA
Tgrtdence unknown
JL ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
lon for Dissolution of Marriage
wen died against you and you are
a to serve a copy of your written
riu iv,ny to on MARVIN ROSS
'. .A attomey 'or PetlUoner,
"dress Is 2600 Douglaa Road.
Iih. _Con" Gab'e- Florida, and
K f"al wlth clrk of the
' Jk court or before Sept. 17,
wnerwise a default will be entered
you ,or ie relief demanded In
,mPltnt or petition.
wn.1Ur aha" PublUhed once
'ipu,,Sr ,our coneecutlve weeks In
^KWISHFLORIDIAN.
roV.H my hand ana '
ma,? aLMlam1' Florida on this 5th
"' A"Kust, 1976.
WCHARDP.BRINKER
* Clerk, Circuit Court
u>.CDourts^ty'|rl0rt ByM. J.HARTNETT
>N ROSS FRIEDMAN
a"?1" Rfd, Suite 1011
^bles, Florida J81S4
'or Petitioner
A"g IS, 20, 27;8ept.S. 1976
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No. 74-24271
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE The Marriage Of
JEAN MARIE JEROME, husband:
ROSA REYES JEROME, wife
TO ROSA REYES JEROME
47 Fort Washington
New York. New York
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a
Petition for Dissolution of Marriage has
beer died against you and you are
hereby required to serve a copy of your
answer or other pleading to the Petition
on 'he Husbands Attorney, LESTER
ROGERS, whose address Is hm NW
17th Avenue, Miami. Florida 33125. and
fill- the original with the clerk of the
above styled Court on or before this 1st
day of October 1978 or a Default will be
entered Bgalnsl vou
DATED this 23rd day of August, l7fi
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
B) H F Ml SCORELLA D C
Aug -" Sepl S, l". 17. 1976
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
HTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No. 74 24333
NOTICEOF ACTION
4.NITA KITH DALE,
Plaintiff.
\ s
NORMAN DIXON DALE,
I lefendanl
TO NORMAN DIXON DALE
2786 Shipping Ave
Miami. Florida
You are notified that an action to
partition the following property In bade
County Florida:
Ixils Seven i7i and Eight iXi of Hardies
Addition, the same being a subdivision
of the South half IS ', i of the Northeast
Quarter i NE 'i of the Northeast
Quarter INE 'i of the Northeast
Quarter i NE 'i of Section 21. Township
54 South. Range 41 East, according to
the Plat thereof recorded in Plat Hook 7.
at Page 34. of the Public Records of
Dadr County, Florida
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses if any. to it on STEPHEN L.
RASKIN. Attorney for Plaintiff, whose
address Is 7200 Bird Road. Miami,
Florida, on or before October 1st. 1976,
and file the original with the Clerk of
this Court either before service on
Plaintiff's Attorney or immediately
thereafter, otherwise a Default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint or Petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this
Court on August 23. 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk of the Court
ByC P COPELAND
As Deputy Clerk
Aug 27: Sept 3. 10. 17. 1976
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 74-5423
Division FRANK B DOWLING
IN RE ESTATE OF
LILLIAN WASSER
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OK DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
Yen ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
the administration of the estate of
LILLIAN WASSER, deceased, File
Number 7M423, Is pending In the cir
cull Court for Dade County, Florida
Probate Division, the address of which
West Flagler street. Miami.
Florida The personal representative of
the estate 1- MAYME WASSER, whose
address IS :'371 Collins Avenue Apt PH
11 li. Miami Reach Florida The name
and address Of the personal
representative's attornej are set forth
below
All persons having claimsnr demands
against the estate are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF "THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file with the clerk of the above court a
written statement of any claim or
demand they may have Each claim
must be In writing and must Indicate the
basis for the claim, the name and ad-
dress of the creditor or his agent or
attorney, and the amount claimed If
the claim Is not yet due. the date when It
will become due shall be stated. If the
claim Is contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated. If the claim Is secured, the
security shall be described The
claimant shall deliver sufficient 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
Administration has been mailed are
required. 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 court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS. AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the Hrst publication of this
Notice of Administration: August 27,
1976
MAYME WASSER
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of LILLIAN WASSER
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
HERBERTS SHAPIRO
SHAPIRO, FRIED, WEIL
ftSCHEER
407 Lincoln Road. Suite 10 B
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Telephone 1306 (538-6381
Aug. 27; Sept. 3. 1976
AZA Founder
Passes at 75
CHICAGO Sam Beber.who
founded the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization, Jewish teen-age
movement, died here Aug. 25. He
would have been 76 next month.
Beber had been in failing
health. Death was attributed to
pneumonia.
In 1924, Beber, then 22, and a
magna cum laude graduate of
Creighton University's law
school, organized a boys' group
in his native Omaha to encourage
among Jewish youth "a sym-
pathetic appreciation and love of
his religion and people."
He named it Aleph Zadik
Aleph, utilizing the first and last
letters "I the Hebrew alphabet as
a counterpoint to Greek-letter
fraternities
Some 850,000 others have par-
ticipated in the program since its
founding, and Beber took pride in
the subsequent professional and
public achievements of its
"alumni." Economist Leo
Cherne, playwright Henry
Denger, Congressmen Kd
Mezvinsky of Iowa and Elliott
Levitas of (ieorgia. and actors
Tony Martin and Leonard Nimoy
are some of the former AZA
members who achieved
prominence.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
Civil Action No. '4-24J40
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
ROBERT MICHAEL HARTH,
Petitioner-Husband
and
BETTY MAE HARTH.
Respondent-Wife
TO BETTY MAE HARTH
Residence: Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to It on DAVID M
GONSHAK, attorney for PetlUoner,
whose address Is 1497 NW 7th Street.
Miami. Florida 33125. and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before Oct. 1st. 1976:
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded In
the complaint or petition
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks In
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court .it Miami. Florida on this 23rd
day of Aug 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER,
Ai i lei k < 'in till Court
Dade County, Florida
By B l.'li PS
Km i leput) Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal)
i i.ivni m i Sonshak
H97 N\\ 7th Street
Miami. PL 8S128
Attorney for Petitioner
Aug 27: Sept. 3. 10. 17.1976
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
CIVILACTION NO 7* 24347
ACTION FOR ANNULMENT
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NORMA DE LAS NIEVES
CABALLEROS. ALSO KNOWN AS
NORMA I.AMAS
vs:
TO: ELDIS LAMAS
Last known residence:
Calle Doe Hermanaa No. 11
2doIrq.
Madrid, Spain
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Annulment has been filed
against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses, If
any. to It to GLADYS GERSON. at-
torney for Petitioner, whose address Is
101 NW 12th Avenue. Miami. Florida.
33128. and file the original with the clerk
of the above styled court on or before
Oct. 1st, 1976: otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks In
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this 23rd
day of August. 1976.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By WILLIE BRADSH AW JR.
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
GLADYSGERSON
101 NW 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
Aug. 27; Sept. 3.10, 17,1976
Food Fair Executive
Daniel Weinstein Dies
Daniel A. Weinstein, a division
manager for Food Fair, died Aug.
26 at Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital. He was 57.
Weinstein. who joined Food
Fair 22 years ago, had come here
from New York 30 years ago and
was a member of Temple Beth
Torah and the Surfside Masonic
Lodge. He had served in the
Pacific with the Navv during
World War 11.
Weinstein is survived by his
wife. Jacqueline; three sons,
BARELY, Eva a 61. of Hallandaie, on
Aug. 20 Levltl
cohen. Cynthia iCindl), 25, of
Hlaleah on Aug 18 Newman.
PRITIKIN, Rote Naomi, 77. of Miami
Beach, on Aug 1 Interment
Lakeside Riverside
MILLER s.il. 69. of Hollywood, on Aug
22. Interment lakeside. Rlversldi
WISHMAN. Elsie Ruth. 73. of Hallan
dale, on Aug 23 Riverside.
BERGMAN, Abraham Meyer. 58. of
Miami Heach. on Aug 23 Interment
Ml Sinai Riverside
GORDON, Ely. 85. of Miami Beach, on
Aug. 23 Interment Mt Nebo
Riverside
KLEIN. Btlhah 7. 67. of Miami Beach.
on Aug. 23 Interment Mt Nebo.
Riverside
LEVIN, Albert. 85. of Lauderhlll. on
Aug. 23. Interment Sharon Gardens
Levitt
SIEGEL, Prank, 51. of Sunrise, on Aug.
24. Entombment Star of David,
Tamarac Menorah.
Richard, Joel, and Jack; two
daughters, Linda and Rita; his
mother. Anna; and three sisters,
Dorothy, Rachael and Mrs.
Shirlee Finkelstein.
Services were held Friday at
the Riverside North Miami Beach
Chapel with interment at Mt.
Nebo Cemetery.
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Page 17-B
Gerson Leading Miami Delegation
To Fall Israel Bonds Conference
Gary R- Gerson. Israel Bonds
chairman for Dade County, will
, d the Greater Miami
delegation to the Sept. 10 to 12
International Fall Leadership
Planning Conference of the Israel
Bond Organization in Los
Angeles. The announcement was
mfc by Milton M. Parson.
executive director of Israel
Bonds. South Florida, who will
also attend.
Among other Miami Israel
Bond leaders attending the con-
ference are Rabbi Leon Kronish.
national campaign cochairman.
Robert I. Siegel. chairman of the
executive committee, and
Leonard Luria. chairman of the
advisory committee.
The Miamians will join more
than 1.000 Jewish leaders from
the U.S. and Canada in sessions
at the Beverly Hilton Hotel
launching the Fall campaign for
the sale of State of Israel Bonds.
Plans for enlisting increased
Jewish and non-Jewish support
in the United States and Canada
for Israel's economic develop-
ment will be considered at the
conference, Parson said, adding
that 'During the past 25 years
Israel Bonds have been the major
source of funds to finance in-
dustrial and agricultural
development and the creation of
jobs for 1.5 million immigrants,
including more than 100,000 who
have left the Soviet Union since
1971. Israel Bond proceeds to
date exceed $3.3 billion, of which
the Israel Treasury has already
redeemed and repaid more than
$1.3 billion.''
According to Gerson. the Los
Angeles conference has a two-
pronged objective: "to plan
expanded activity on the part of
all sectors in the Jewish com-
munity and to broaden the scope
of the participation of the
business community and labor in
Israel's economic development
through investment in Israel
Bonds.
"We have had a very
significant response from scores
of banks in various parts of the
country at the very same time as
the Arabs have sought to en-
courage the boycott of Israel,"
Gerson continued. "In fact, from
the beginning the banks have
been in the forefront of business
involvement in our drive. On the
labor front, its traditional friend-
ship for Israel has expressed
itself in very substantial Bond
purchases by trade unions af-
filiated with the AFL-CIO and
the Teamsters International."
Ambassador Esther Herlitz, Member of the Knesset, discusses
Israel's economic situation with Milton M. Parson, director of
the Israel Bond Organization of South Florida, and Mrs.
Parson, at a Knesset luncheon in their honor during a July visit
to Israel to confer with government leaders.
Menorah Honoring Reva Friedman
For Her Two Decades of Service

rida Israel Bond leaders welcomed Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Almog, who were among the
freed by Israeli commandos during the July 4 raid on Entebbe airport. The Almogs,
n captured had been en route to visit Mrs. Almog's parents in Wisconsin, completed
. ml then stopped in South Florida to address Israel Bond leaders, among them Gary R.
'" li ft), chairman for Dude County. Robert L. Siegel (2nd from right), chairman of the
committee, and Rabbi Leon Kronish. national campaign cochairman. Gerson recently
need that the Dade executive committee has voted to adopt "In the Spirit of Entebbe as
the tin me for the Fall campaign, commenting that the "electrifying rescue will serve as an in-
spiration to the Jewish people for generations to come."
Zionist Executives
Plan Meeting
I lb tlrsl meeting of the 1976-
season of the executive
committee of the American
[Zionist Federation of South
Florida will be held % at noon
Wednesday, Sept. 8. in the AZF
|Miami Beach offices.
Mrs Harriet Green, president
o* the South Florida Zionist
federation, said the meeting will
Plan us annual Scholar-in-
wsidenre program, the ob-
servance of the 29th and 30th
nniveraries of Israel in-
dependence in 1977 and 1978. and
i muss membership campaign.
Those participating in Wed-
Bday s session will include
ymour B. Liebman. national
JM president of the American
Moist Federation, and Gerald
thwart/., past president of the
"utli Florida Zionist Council
Jnd a member of the national
sard of the AZF.
Reva Friedman will be honored
at a dinner for her 20 years as
executive secretary of Temple
Menorah on Saturday evening,
Sept. 11, in the temple's Crimson
Ballroom.
Arriving in Miami Beach 23
years ago, Mrs. Friedman and
her husband, Al, became active
temple members. She served as
vice president of the Sisterhood
in charge of programming when
she was invited to join the staff
as secretary-bookkeeper for the
then young temple.
In the past two decades hers
has become a household name for
every family in the temple. Aside
from her official duties as
executive secretary, she con-
tinues to help Sisterhood. PTA
and the USY. in programming
and with administrative
assistance.
All branches of the temple will
join in the dinner of tribute. For
Israel's Mood 'Is Th em e
information or dinner reser-
vations, call chairman Helen
Segal.
REVA FRIEDMAN
Histadrut Event Features Carlebach
The mood of Israel today is the
theme of an Israel Solidarity
Tourist Day to be held Saturday
evening, Sept. 18. at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel under the
sponsorship of the Israel
Histadrut Foundation (IHFl.
The announcement was made by
Moe Levin, chairman of the IHF
Florida Ad\ isory Hoard.
Co-sponsored by El Al Airlines
and the Israel Government
Tourist Office, the event is being
presented in advance of the
second annual Histadrut
Solidarity Conference in Tel
Aviv, Nov. 13 to 16. Levin said.
HEADLINING THE enter
tainment is Rabbi Shlomo
Carlebach. the folksinger who has
been in Israel this summer com-
posing and singing for the
soldiers, and is considered the
unofficial singing rabbi of the
Born into a noted Central
European rabbinical family,
Rabbi Carlebach received his
rabbinic degree in New York from
one of the leading authorities,
Rabbi Issac Hutner.
Tickets for the Israel
Solidarity Tourist Day are
available from the Miami Beach
Israel Histadrut Foundation
office.
'here are more than 35,000
"u,s paying Zionists in Dade and
roward Counties, including
era of Hadassah, Pioneer
nen, the Labor Zionist
Uliance, American Mizrachi
"men, B'nai Zion, Zionist
organization of America, the
merican Jewish League for
Bl and all Zionist youth
roups.
Israel President Ephraim Katzir, Education Minister Aharon Yadlin, Labor Minister Moshe
Baram Jerusalem Mayor Teddy Kollek and Hebrew University president Avraham Harman will
attend ceremonies officially dedicating the ORT School of Engineering rising on the Givat Ram
campus on Tuesday, Sept. 14. The announcement was made by Ruth Eisenberg, national
president of Women's American ORT, who will lead a delegation, representing the organization's
125 000 members in over 1,000 chapters nationwide, which includes Beverly Minkoff, national
executive committee chairman; JoJo Fruchtman, national ORT School of Engineering chair-
man Miriam Pressman, national promotions committee chairman; and Nathan Gould, national
executive director and executive vice president. Mrs. Eisenberg noted that a group of in-
ternational ORT leaders, representatives from Swiss and British ORT, and major contributors,
also will attend the ceremonies.
RABBICARLEBACH


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Friday, September 3. lft?B
me Greenzweig Is Nam
CAJE Executive Director
a mivMninvini nf fumo UUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUBUB of innovative courses by 9
Intercontinental Bank Appoints
Manager for Alton Road Office
The appointment of Gene
Greenzweig as executive director
of the Central Agency for Jewish
Education of Greater Miami has
been announced by Gwen (Mrs.
Morton' Weinberger. Agency-
president
The board of directors of the
CAJE enthusiastically and
unanimously recommended Mr
Greenzweig tor the position of
.a'ter a nationwide search
to fill the role Mrs Weinberger
said "Greenzweig'a forceful
leadership. highly
de\elopment of the Judaica High
Scho .:r.im. and his ex-
ceptional understanding of the
dynam -
mur.. M .mi and the
role of :n the
biro tix gk al
p sition "
Greenzweig :ir:r.g? aa t\
ground in formal and
to his
new role He served as
tor at Temple Beth El in
Long Beach, at the Young Israel
of the Bronx, and for se\er.
at the Westchester Jewish Center
in Mamaroneck. N Y where he
was also assistant principal of its
religious school
FOR FIVE YEARS before
coming to the Central Agency, he
was youth director and college
coordinator at the Temple Isarel
Center in White Plains. N Y
where the youth and college
program he developed was
nationally recognized
Greenzweig has a broad back-
ground in Jewish camping,
having served as division head of
Camp Deal in New Jersey, as
director of dav camp programs m
New Roc he lie and Forest Hills
and as teenage director of Camp
Hillel in Swan Lake for four
years
A student at the Salenter
Yeshiva in his youth. Greenzweig
was graduated from City College
of New York and did Master s
degree studies at the Wurtz*
School of Social U ork of Yeshiv a
University He s a member of the
National Conference of Jewish
Communal Ser\ ice and delivered
a paper at the last national con-
vention in Bos;or. He also ser\ erf
H \ >oe of the
National Ji 1 at \ otl
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During his threw yean -

....
GENE GREENZWEIG
-ram to include more than
1 student- t] class
structure and close more in
informal programs affiliated tok
the Jewish youth movements of
the community and with the
Reach-Out programs for non-
affiliated teenagers of the com-
munity One of the most striking
devek>pments of the JHS has
been the introduction of a series
Klein Is Candidate
For County Judgeship
Murray Klein, a native of
Orlando, is a candidate for
County Court Judge in Group 8
Before opening his law practice in
1952. be had taught school and
worked as a newspaper editor In
1967-68 be sat as Municipal
Judge in the City of Sweetwater.
and is a member of the Florida
Municipal Judges Association
and a Neutral Arbitrator for the
American Arbitration
Association
A member of the Bay shore
Homeowners Association. Klein
has actively fought against
defacement of the Coconut Grove
area by private interests and spot
zoning He has also been on the
Stadium Arf\ isorj Board for the
Orange Bow.
------------------------------------------------------.
Elect STANLEY E.
County Judge GP 6
LEVER 26 C Pd. Pol. Ad.
4
For Justice
L FLORIDA
f SUPREME
4Vvfc COURT
Richard H. "Max" SWANN
QUALIFICATIONS
ludcc and Chief Judge. Vd District
I Municipal Judge for 2 vean.
% Recommended by Former Judges '
of District Court of Appeal.
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Mum* and Ive* MM
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of innovative courses by selected
instructors in the program.
THE PROJECT that perhaps
showed the greatest growth and
development was that of the
Akiva Leadership Training
program, which seeks to develop
future leaders of the American
Jewish community The program
has been under Greenzweig'*
direct personal leadership and
this year will include three
groups of about 40 selected
tei nagen
Up ssuming his new
position. Greenzweig indicated
that priority items for the
Vgi m j .ire increased attention to
the day schools of the
munity. a reach-out campaign for
..ment in J< 11 -1 schools,
r trainir..
adult studies, and additional
reach-out programs for unaf-
filiated teenagers
On a long-re
re must be community
planning for an organic ,'
educational program for ever)
ideology and every age level of
the community The role of the
C A 'E in this development will be
that of catalyst, coordinator,
leader and innovator
Greenzweig said that his
Agency colleagues expertise and
dedication will be a ma.ior factor
:n meeting the challenges in the
coming years They include
Abraham J Gutelson. associate
director. Rabbi Shimon Azulay.
high school administrator. Sandy
Andron. director of youth pro-
gramming, as well as the middle-
level executive staff and office
personnel
Greenzweig believes that the
coming years will enhance the
role of Jewish education, the
status of the Jewish educator and
the quality of Jewish life in the
Greater Miami area.
Peter Capozzi has been ap-
pointed manager of the Alton
Road office of the Inter-
continental Bank of Miami Beach
and assistant vice president of
the bank, board chairman Ben-
jamin I Shulman has announced
Capo7/i appointment i* ef-
fective Sept. '. following his
move to South Florida from New
York.
r
\
*-tr
ha- been with the
. Manhattan Hank for the
md for the lat five
and
Chase in
Monro. NY Hi
branch managi
hat
\ gi
and ol .' \-> rii an Instituti I
vice
sident of th- M imber
and a trustee of the
Monroe and
winni
'.' ;nk Citizen of the
Capozzi will assuine the
PETER (API 177.1
managership of the Mton Knad
\en day- ,.
major expansion il ervica
authorized by legis
by the 19"! -.....n in
Tallaha--
Elect STANLEY E.
GOODMAN
COUNTY JUDGE GP6
endorsed by,
CONGRESS OF SI. CITIZENS
TENANTS ASSOC. of FLORIDA INC.
Shep Davis, Chorimon Murrey Klein, Pres.
MIAMI BEACH SUN REPORTER
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Pd. Pol. Ad.
HOW
I'm Steven Robinson. I vant your ole for the Count) Curt Judgeship on September 7.
But I think > ou should know a lot more ahoul me before I deserve that confidence.
There are questions >ou should ask "
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RODINSON
FOR COUNTY COURT JUDGe GROUP 18


Friday. September 3, 1976
* Jtnisli Meridian
Page 19-B
I Two ophthalmologists on the staff of the Florida Medical
Center in Lauderdale Lakes have been specially trained in the
\operation of a new machine that provides convenient treatment
\ for patients suffering from diabetic retinopathy, a major cause
\of blindness stemming from bleeding in the eye. The laser
\photocoagulator, the first to be installed in Broward County,
{permits the ophthalmologist to coagulate hemorrhaged blood
{vessels and thus retard the blindness that is a side-effect of
{diabetes. The exacting procedure can normally be performed on
{an out-patient basis with the new device.
iniBIHIBIHIHIHlHlHIHIBIHIHJ
11 m
Cohen Seeking
House Seat
Ted Cohen, candidate in
District 105 for the Florida
Legislature, believes that among
the urgent business facing the
upcoming legislative session are
insurance reform and finding
ways to make the Public Service
Commission more consumer-
oriented.
He says that, if elected, he
would introduce legislation
making it difficult for insurance
companies to cancel drivers'
policies for minor accidents and
adds that "present insurance
rates are way out of line,
especially in Dade County."
Cohen acknowledges that this
is "an energy-wasting society,"
but notes that utilities' profits
are out of proportion and the
PSC regulates rates and profits.
He believes the PSC "should be
taken out of politics completely
by making it appointive in terms
not concurrent with the
governor." On the insurance rate
and PSC questions. Cohen
suggests that there should be
more consumer representatives in
state agencies.
N
Invites Your Support
for
County Commission
District3 PULL I
He Has The Experience-(Present & Post)
BOARD MEMBER
BOARD MEMBER
BOARD MEMBER
MEMBER
PRESIDENT
CHAIRMAN
VOTING MEMBER
BOARD MEMBER
MEMBER CENTRAL
COMMITTEE
BOARD MEMBER
Interfaith Agency of South Florida
United Health Foundation of Dade
Big Brothers-Sisters of Miami
Zoning Board City of Miami
Ecumenical Development, Inc.
OIC of Miami
National Council of Churches
United Way of Dade
Democratic Party of Florida
Greater Miami Urban League
He has the Compassion
Pioneer in new housing programs
Dedicated to Mass transportation
Champion of Programs for Elderly
Supporter of Dade County Master Plan
Stands for a united community
Spokesman for inter-group understanding
Strong on safe streets policy
Endorsed by Miami Herald
"The Rev. Mr. Johnson is an outstanding leader of
*he black community who was a member of the City
of Miami Zoning Board and who seems to have a
better grasp of county affairs than the appointed
incumbent".
The Miami Herald
8/27/76
Pd. for By Com to Elect Rev Thedford Johnson
'(IBIBIHIBIBIBIHIHH
Families Studying Together At
North Bay Village Jewish Center
In the North Bay Village
Jewish Center's new religious
school, under the direction of
spiritual leader Rabbi Marvin
Rose, parents and children will
study together in an open class-
room, with each family and each
student progressing at his own
pace. The students will not only
study Hebrew language, Jewish
history and Jewish customs and
traditions, but they will also have
an opportunity to discuss and
develop their own commitment to
Judaism.
"One of the problems of a
religious school," said Rabbi
Rose, "is that parents and
educators often see different
purposes for it. A number of
synagogues have begun Parent
Education Programs to try to
solve the problem, with varying
degrees of success. We decided to
go one step further, and the
reaction of parents and children
to the idea has been tremendous.
We hope that the new approach
will not only be successful in
North Bay Village, but that %
will also serve as a model fcf-
other Jewish communities."
Classes begin on Sept. 6, and
will be held on Wednesday afterf
noons from 4 to 5:30 and Sunday
mornings from 10 to 11:30. The
program is open to all Jewish
families with children ages 8 to
13. Registration is limited. For
information, contact the syna-
gogue office.
I strongly urge you to
join me and vote for
DONNA HART for Dade
County School Board,
Group 2.
George Bernstein
Paid Pol. Ad
PAN PAUL SAYS...
"JOE GERSTEN SLUGGED IT OUT
WITH THE GUYS WHO WERE TRYING
TO SOAK DADE'S TAXPAYERS.
HE DESERVES RE-ELECTION."
Here's a statement from Dan Paul,
frequent critic of wasteful government
and arrogant officeholders:
Rep Joe Gersten slugged it out with
the guys who were trying to soak Dades
taxpayers. He has earned re-election Time
after time he stood up against enormous
pressure, and let his voice be heard for
the people he represents If the people
of Dade County had a few more legislators
like Joe Gersten representing them in
Tallahassee, we d be a lot better off."
(Signed)
DAN PAUL
Also Endorsing Joe Gersten:
Read what Governor
Reubin Askew
thinks about Rep. Joe Gersten:
STATE OF FLORIDA
DFFlc EOI GOVHW RRBI'Bfl '
Marshall Hams
Dick Pettigrew
Sandy D'Alemberte
Murray Dubbin
Len Holloway
Rose Gordon
Elizabeth Virnck
Joe Murphy
Jack Block
Parker Thomson
Rev Theodore Gibson
E. Albert Paltot
J.L. Plummer
William J. McLeod. Jr.
Cathy McCann
Joseph M Fitzgerald
Thomas B. Balikes
Janet Reno
July 27, 1976
Honorable Joseph M. Gersten
Representative, District 109
2000 South Dixie Highway
Miami, Florida 33133
Dear Joe:
Congratulations on a successful and
productive legislative session. Your actions
this past year have shown you to be an effective
member of the Florida House of Representatives.
In addition, you have assumed a leader-
ship role that has and will continue to benefit
the people of Florida.
ship.
I look forward to our continued friend-
With warmest personal
ROA/bbw
Re-elect State
Representative
Joe
POP a k 0*. : -.'. iv
ERSTEN
FLORIDA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DISTRICT 109 DEMOCRAT


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Friday, September;
Inside Judaica
Robinson Runs For New Judgeship
By Dr. Frederick Lachman
Q. What does "Palestine"
A. Palestine is one of the
names of the territory known as
the Land of Israel or the Holy
Land, says the Encyclopaedia
Judaica. The name "Palestine"
was originally an .adjective
derived from Hebrew "peleshet."
It is first mentioned by
Herodotus as "the Philistine
Syria."
Subsequently, the name was
shortened and the adjective
"Palestine" became a proper
noun. Philo identifies
"Palaistinei" with Biblical
Canaan. The name was revived
by the Roman Emperor Hadrian,
who applied it to the whole
country in order to eradicate the
name Judee.
In Talmudic literature Pales-
tine is used as the name of a
Roman province, adjoining the
provinces of Phoenicia and
Arabia. From the fourth cen-
tury, however, the three
provinces into which the Land of
Israel was divided were referred
to as the "first," "second," and
"third Palestine."
The Arabs used the term
"Filastin". for the "first Pales-
tine" only, differentiating be-
tween iKand "Urdunn" (Jordan).
These designations soon fell into
disuse, however, as the Arabs
generally referred to provinces by
the names of their capital cities.
The Crusaders renewed the use
of the "three Paleetines," the
borders of which differed, how-
ever, from those of the Roman
provinces. After the fall of the
Crusader kingdom, Palestine was
no longer an official designation,
the EJ states, but it was still
used in non-Jewish languages as
the name of the "Holy Land" on
both aides of the Jordan. It was
not an administrative unit under
the Ottoman Empi.e when it was
part of the province of Syria.
This was the situation until
1922. when the British, who had
Norman and Irma Bramaa and daughters Debra and Susie are
due home in Coral Gables early in September after spending the past
few months at their summer home Les Falaises (The Rocks)-in
t;he south of France near Monte Carlo. Norman heads a Rolls-Cadillac
agency in Miami.
Capt. Stephen A. B. Krant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Krant, is a
missile launch officer assigned to Malmstrom Air Force Base in
Montana. He holds an M.S. degree from Syracuse University.
Selected recently for technical training in aircraft maintenance is
Airman John H. Classman, who will go to Sheppard Air Force Base in
Texas. A graduate of Miami Norland High who studied at Miami-
Dade, he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Classman The Krants and
the Glassmans are North Miami Beach residents.
received the Mandate over Pales
tine on both sides of the Jordan
from the League of Nations,
practically restricted the ap-
plication of the name of the part
west of the Jordan. East of the
Jordan and south of the Yarmuk
they established the emirate ot
rransjordan, which in 1W>
became a kingdom.
In 1948 the State of Israel was
established in a part of western
Palestine. its territory de-
marcated in the Armistice agree-
ments of 1949 with the neighbor-
ing Arab countries. Transjordan
annexed the Arab-inhabited part
of western Palestine occupied by
the Jordanian army and changed
its own name to the Hashemite
Kingdom of Jordan, and Egypt
retained and administered the
Gaza Strip. Thus, the EJ reports.
Palestine as a political entity
ceased to exist.
During the Six-Day War (1967)
the Israel army occupied the
whole of Palestine west of the
Jordan, including the Gaza Strip,
as well as the Sinai Peninsula and
the Golan Heights.
Black Is Candidate
For Florida House
Hugo Black III. candidate in
District 119 for the Florida
Legislature, has called for "pro-
tection of the consumer, the
environment, and the economy"
as the priorities for a "reform-
minded" legislature.
A legislative assistant in 1974.
Black called for legislative
reforms "including reduction
in the size of the legislature, full
and complete financial disclosure.
and curbing the unlimited power
of the Speaker."
Steven D. Robinson, Dade
attorney and native-born
Miamian. is a candidate for a
newlv established judgeship in
the expanded County Court
system. A longtime advocate of
Goodman Is Candidate
For County Bench
Stanley E. Goodman, can-
didate in Group 6 for County
Judge, has been a member of the
Florida Bar since 1963 and served
on its Family Law, Crime
Prevention and Juvenile
Delinquency Committees. He has
taught school in Dade County
and is a former policeman in
North Miami, which named him
an Outstanding Young Man.
He has received certificates of
merit from the University of
Miami and is listed in Who's
Who in Southeastern States, in
World Jewry and in Outstanding
Young Men in America.
Goodman wrote the by-laws for
the Model Cities Program and
was Associate City Attorney in
North Miami in 1964-65.
the expansion. which
establish regular court *.*
in the more remote areas of i
county, he savs This i.
important step in bringing u*
courts to the people." g "*
He believes ,-ounty ^
should cooperate ln nnJSE
the schedule of nighft
sessions. Too many working
and women have lost vXE
hours and pay with the prT
d8ime cCUn aPPeaf"!
schedule. Some have even k
their jobs. With more iU)w
available for night court, wea,
help ease that burden
Robinson received a B.S ftm
the Wharton School of Commm,
and Finance at the University4
Pennsylvania and an LLB ^
laude from the University cfl
Miami. He continued ha
education at the Ner lsrj|
Rabbinical College in Baltimore
"Talmudic law." Robinson sjn
"is possibly the best backgrogJ
one can obtain in understand |
the theory and practical pro
ciples of today's
profession."
Highest Rating-Bar Poll-Gr. 17
ELECT Richard Alan!
SCHWARTZ
| COUNTY COURT JUDGE j
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Group 17
L.........
We Urge The
Reelection
of Metro
Commissioner
Harry Cain
Metro Commissioner Harry P. Cain has served Dade
County long and well. There are few of us who
haven't disagreed with him at one time ot
anotherbut every one of us always knew exactly
where he stood on every issue. In politics today,
that is a remarkable achievement. We, the un-
dersigned, believe we need another term of the
honesty and outspokenness of Metro Commissioner
Harry P. Cain, and we urge his reelection.
Martin Fine Harry B. Smith
Norman H. Lipoff Robert H. Traurig


*Jeniii thiHictr
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Intermarriage Poses Threat Also
Assimilation Endangers
Survival of Jews
Senate Approves
Tax Reform Act
Jewish leaders are expressing
with ever increasing frequent
concern that Jewish survival is
endangered more by assimilation
and intermarriage than by
physical threats from their
enemies. This was demonstrated
recently when Israeli President
Ephraim Katzir suggested that
the interpretation of Zionism
should include not only aliya but
a more meaningful Jewish life
everywhere.
Katzir's remarks are in-
structive because Zionists, and
especially Israeli Zionists, have
always maintained that a
meaningful Jewish life can only
be had in Israel.
The Israeli President's
statement comes only a few
weeks after Rabbi Arthur
Hertzberg, president of the
American Jewish Congress,
speaking in Jerusalem at his
Rep. Gersten Seeking Reelection
Rep. Joe Gersten is seeking
reelection to the Florida legis-
in District 109. At the end
of the recent legislative session
Friesner Seeking
State House Seat
Herb Friesner. candidate for
the Florida legislature in District
115 I elieves that "auto in-
Burance rates are a rip-off" and
says that if he is elected he will
introduce legislation to rectify
thi- and to reduce insurance
rates He says that insurance
rates should be determined on a
a ide basis, so that counties
like Dade will no longer be
penalized,
(iunter Is Candidate
For State Treasurer
Mill (iunter is candidate for
State Treasurer and Insurance
-sinner He is especially
i ned about the automobile
insurance problems in the state.
: that his "insurance has
d d and people are being
priced out of the market." He
1" l that there is no simple
n to the problem but
and fraud have to be
Idetern
Swann Seeking
High Court Seat
hard II. "Max' Swann has
: ed I he endorsements of
Judges of Miami-Key
v West Palm Beach,
1 md Tampa and Tallahassee
in his candidacy for Justice of the
Florida Supreme Court. Group 1
IHe has |)(.,.n Judge and Chief
Judge for eight years in the Third
District Court of Appeal and a
(Municipal Judge for two years.
Seaman Is Candidate
For County Bench
Charles L. Seaman, candidate
[or County Court Judge in Group
was an Assistant Municipal
Judge tor two years and chair-
an of the City of Coral Gables
trial Board for eight years,
ted high by fellow members of
^he Dade County Bar, he is also a
ember of the Lions Club.
Rep. Lehman Is
Seeking Reelection
The candicacy of Rep. Bill
ehman for reelection in the 13th
1.8. Congressional District has
en endorsed by mayors of the
ajor cities in that district, and
^is voting record has been given
?h marks by senior citizens,
fonsumer, environment, labor
fid education groups. His focus
Congress has been on electric
tility rate reform, updating of
Vocational education programs
ad forcing FTC action against
year condo recreation leases.
The Senate approval of a
provision in the Tax Reform Act
that will penalize corporation
executives for compliance with
the Arab boycott against Israel is
^ a most welcome development,
organization's "American"lsrae1Tne ^ vote {oT jt shows a
Dialogue," declared: "At this strong feeling in the country
moment the prime task of aKa'nst the compliance of
Zionism in the diaspora is to American companies with the
mount a rescue operation to give boycott. Even the one Senator
every Jewish child some kind of wno voted against the provision,
Jewish education, some direct F,ovd Has>kell (D., Colo.), said he
experience of Israel early in his was not against the provision but
life, so that he is challenged with "^PP08^ the entire Tax Reform
a policy of opting himself for Act-
anya The provision adopted by the
The need for providing Jewish Senate, known as Title Ten of the
education for youngsters is Trade Reform Act, would subject
becoming increasingly apparent corPrate executives to penalties,
to American Jewish leaders, including a year in jail, for failing
During the past few years more f rePrt any corporate incomes
money has been allocated for m any country that requires par-
education, although perhaps still ticiPation in the boycott,
not enough. In fact, many Jewish The thinking in the Senate, as
leaders and others involved in demonstrated by the over-
Jewish life are also seeking to whelming vote, was that if
themselves in Jewish company executives realize that
they will be held personally
responsible they will not be so
quick to justify caving in to the
Arab boycott.
Now that strong laws are
coming into existence it will be
necessary for whoever is elected
President in November to see
that the legislative words are put
into administrative action.
FROM MIAMI
Rabbi Sternstein Urges
"Campaign of Enlightenment"
NEW YORK IJTA) -
Calling the approaching period of
political change a "challenge
which is both a> danger and an op-
portunity," Rabbi Joseph P.
Sternstein, president of the
Zionist Organization of America,
urged a partnership of American,
Jewish and Israeli leadership to
work to mobilize a vast nation-
wide "campaign of enlighten-
ment."
Addressing an Aug. 1 meeting
of the Z0A National Executive
Committee, Sternstein said that
"no matter how well-intentioned
and warm toward Israel
new
American political leaders and
spokesmen will be, they will be
laboring under the difficulty of a
relative lack of intimate ex-
perience with the complexities of
the Middle East."
HE URGED American Jews
ind Israelis to work together in a
campaign which would "prevent
the new political leaders from
falling prey to falsified and sim-
plistic slogans which are being
widely purveyed." He cited, as
examples, "momentum for
peace," "return to 1967," "oc-
cupied territories" and the "need
for a Palestine state."
Schwartz Runs For County Court Seat
religion, culture and history.
Richard Alan Schwartz,
candidate for County Court
Judge in Group 17, is vice
president and member of the
board of the South Dade
Chamber of Commerce and was
chairman of its education and
transportation committees.
He initiated and helped found,
in 1973, the South Dade Bar As-
sociation and was elected its first
president, serving for two years.
A graduate of the University of
Miami Law School, he is a mem-
ber of the Dade, Florida, and
American Bar Associations.
Martin Seeks Circuit Judgeship
Gov. Reubin Askew commended
him as "effective" and noted his
leadership role and its benefit to
Floridians.
William C. "Bill" Martin,
candidate for Circuit Judge in
Group 6, is a past president of the
Dade County Bar Association
and was a crime prosecutor and
judge on the Washington, D.C.,
Police Trial Board. He holds
Doctor of Juridical Science and
Jurisprudence degrees and was
nominated Dade's Outstanding
Citizen for his work with youth
he is a cofounder of Big
Brothers of Dade County and is
active in the Boy Scouts.
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Friday. Septembers
Rep. Bloom Seeks Reelection
During her first term in the
Florida Horfae, District 100 Rep.
Elaine Bloom was prime sponsor
of several bills that are now law
in the state and served on the
Committees on Appropriations.
Education and Natural
Resources. Seeking reelection
from her district, she has reaf-
firmed her commitments to
education, environment and the
state's economy.
Rep. Bloom holds positions on
the Florida Human Relations
Commission, the Right to Read
Advisory Council and the
Juvenile Delinquency Task Force
of the Governor's Commission on
Criminal Justice Standards and
Goals. She was House delegate to
the Senate Select Committee on
Property Rights and an alternate
delegate to the recent Democratic
National Convention in New
York.
The only first-term legislator
appointed in 1975 to a major
Ruth Shack
Is Metro Candidate
Candidate for County Com-
mission from District 4, Ruth
Shack was chairperson of the
education committee of Third
Century. U.S.A.. and is a
member of Dade's Youth
Planning Council and of FIU's
Title IV Advisory Council.
Mrs. Shack is active in the
League of Women Voters and
was chairperson of the Dade
Women's Political Caucus.
Neustein Seeks
Circuit Bench Seat
North Miami Beach Municipal
Judge Charles L. 'Chuck''
Neustein is a candidate for
Circuit Court Judge Group I.
After graduation from the Uni-
versity of Miami, he attended
Washington and Lee School of
Law, where he studied under a
Meckenmeller Grant and was a
Robert E. Lee Research
Assistant. He is a member of the
Florida and Virginia Bars and
was recipient in 1976 of the Out-
standing Young Men of America
Award.
Schreiber Seeks
Commission Post
Barry D. Schreiber, a North
Miami Beach attorney, has
announced his candidacy for the
Dade County Commission,
District 1.
Born in Richmond, Va, he was
graduated from Yeshiva College
in 1964 and from the University
of Maryland School of Law with a
J.D. in 1967. He has been a
resident of Dade County since
1969.
He was recently reelected
president of Young Israel of
Greater Miami, having served in
that office in 1971-73. He was
president of Yeshiva Day School,
now Torah Academy of South
Florida, in 1973-75 and is regional
vice president, Florida Region,
National Council of Young Israel.
He was recently elected chairman
of the board. Religious Zionists of
America, Greater Miami Region.
Schreiber was honored by the
National Society of Hebrew Day
Schools with their "Amudim"
(Pillar of Torah) in 1974 and
received the Shofar Award from
the National Council of Young
Israel last March. He also
received an Honorary Doctorate
of Humane Letters in 1973 from
Heed University in Hollywood.
A member of the Florida Bar,
Schreiber has been admitted to
practice before the U.S. Supreme
Court, the U.S. Court of Appeals
for the Fifth Circuit, and the U.S.
District Court, Southern District
of Florida
conference
Bloom was
the Env
organization
structured
responsible
protection,
servation.
committee. Rep.
House negotiator on
ironmental Re-
Act panel, which re-
the departments
for environmental
permits and con-
She was appointed in 1976 to
the conference committees on the
budget and on educational
funding and saw her efforts
culminate in dramatic improve-
ments in Dade's share of the
state budget.
Rep. Bloom has been cited for
her work with certificates of
appreciation from the Metro
Commission. Metro Firefighters,
FIL' and the Communications
Workers of America, which made
her an honorary member. She has
also been honored by the
National Council of Jewish
Women and was named Out-
standing Woman in Politics in
1975 by the Dade Business and
Professional Women's Club
Rubinstein Running
For County Commission
In 1973 Gov. Askew appointed
Sandy Rubinstein Interim Mayor
of North Miami, and in 1975 he
appointed her to the Dade
County Commission She is
seeking election in District 4 to
the County Commission, on
which she is a member of the sub-
committee studying parks and
marinas and of the Miami Urban
Area Transit Study. She is also
executive director of the Dade
County School Administrators
Association.
Ms Rubinstein, who has been
active in the nominating com-
mittee of the Public Health Trust
and the education committee of
the Urban League of Health
terns Agency of South
Florida, is a recipient of the Dade
Countv Classroom Teacher
sociation School Bell Award and
for 13 vears was vice president of
the School and Child Division of
the county's Safety Council
Judge Stettin Seeks Reelection
Appointed to the bench in 1975
bv Gov Askew. Judge Herbert
Stettin is seeking election to
retain his seat in the 11th
Judicial Circuit Court. Group 6.
A graduate of Queens College, he
received a Masters from Har-
vard and was graduated cum
laude from the University of
Miami Law School
He served as research ,
to Judge A 0 KaSjJg
Second District C iurt of w7
in Lakeland and um!lW
pointment to the bench ,
partner in the law g-"'
Friedman. Britton & Stettin
Highest Rating-Bar Poll-Gr. 17
i ELECT Richard Alan
SCHWARTZ
| COUNTY COURT JUDGE
'Group 17 ^oLever28D
Sj lCT Barry D.
SCHREIDER
County Commissioner District 1
BARRY D. SCHREIBER is an attorney-at-law. educated
at Yeshiva College in New York City and the Teachers
Institute of Yeshiva University. He received his law
degree from the University of Maryland School of Law
in 1967.
While at college. BARRY D SCHREIBER became a
Woodrow Wilson Fellowship Nominee. He was President
of the Prelaw Society.
BARRY D. SCHREIBER has been admitted to pract ce BARRY D SCHREIBER has provided voluntary legal
before the U.S. District Court, U S Court of Appeals se-vices for So. He has been a member of
for the 5th Circuit, U.S. Supreme Court and all Flonda B g B- founder of the Tropic Players
State Courts.
BARRY D. SCHREIBER is President of Young Israel
of Greater Miami. Regional Vice-President of the
National Council of Young Israel.
BARRY D. SCHREIBER KNOWS what he wants to
do. He has answers for Dade County.
Crime is rampant in Dade and cannot be fought by the
police alone. Crime also must be fought at its roots.
Poverty and the weakening of the family and religious
institutions have taken their toll. The leaders of this
community, particularly the County Commission,
must emphasize the need to eliminate poverty and re
establish these important, strength-giving institutions.
The only way out of our clogged streets is on Mass
Transit Rail and a bus grid system. But the only way
it wjl work is if Dade County citizens use it. The
County Commission must develop attractions and
enticements to get people out of their cars and into a
variety of mass transit systems.
Controlled planned growth balancing environmental
considerations on one side and safe clean industrial
Theatre Group
BARRY D SCHREIBER s a family man living in North
Miami Beach a I .-. fe, Bunny and his children;
jid Jonathan, two.
growth on the other is the course of action that must
be followed in Dade County. Development must
continue but only when it is accompanied by adequate
services and a high quality of life.
Economic development is a must for our lagging econ-
omy It is necessary to revitalize old industries and
attract new clean, employment heavy industry.
Tounsm. our key industry, needs an injection of large
family oriented attractions to entertain the millions
of people who come to Florida but don't visit Dade
County at all.
Health care for everyone has to be a priority. Without
health everything else is worthless. The answer to
Dade's health problems is the appropriate county wide
distribution of services so the people who need them
most get them when they need them and where they
need them.
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PD. POL. ADV. SCHREIBER CAMP. COMM. CHARLES D.V
ITO. TREASURER.


September 3, 1976
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by fidttfc ^ipp
Baxter Candidate For New Judgeship
IFHK'S A new look in make- Oransky ended
these days. It's called vacations with
jean Heauty Now," and
ipired by the four great
itylea in America
East Coast. West Coast.
t, nd South. Developed
i of the Ritz. the look
at a moment's whim.
del ermines your choice is
i.lual preference and
I
. make-up, which is cued to
Bp|,\ and lift-style, breaks
this way:
L (Hast Attitude: Reflects
dramatic pace of
|rn life. It emphasizes bold
merits to coordinate
Ifashion'a top priority red,
live blacks and un-
i ing whites. Eyes.
lips have bright
ors.
| west Attitude: A
i influence, it is
Ijall) a feminine, pretty
j, posed of colors that
fter side of things,
P iturals and neutrals.
i latic wheats, plums
t rays
luthern Attitude: This
n es a preference for pale
.iiui paler skins. It is a bit
formal and intrinsically
inc. Make-up is deft and
led, but artful.
fc-i Coasl Attitude: Breezy.
casual attitudes are
in a style that matches
k ml young lifestyle on
resl Coast. Carefree make-
pd skin care are featured.
attention to mois-
jlg Beige, bronze and peach
ilors.
|h all the layerings of
I the big hoods and
lowled necklines we
I d<> need to be aware of the
knt ways of applying our
I Ins ls especially true
kuth Florida, where our
.mil make-up are
lg more and more
Ml!
und Jack Lazarus and
ly and Sidney Pepper back
an Alaskan cruise they
jlgh'v enjoyed. They flew
I Miami to San Francisco.
:hi \ boarded the Sitmar's
t 'H a day and a half in
rtner Then on to the
mo, a small lumber town.
that, to Ketchikan and
the capital, then a tour
ndenhall Glacier .
cruised up Glacier Bay
lent a day and a half on the
ark in Victoria, where they
the Butchart Gardens.
?hts were magnificent, as
'1 slides that Jack took can
to. One word of advice for
[planning to go next year,
i heavy clothing tem-
|re average 40 to 55
in July.
Mm Goldstein and Gwen
|mmis8ionerCain
;king Reelection
le County Commissioner
P. Cain, who is seeking
Son, has been active on
lission committees on
health, local trans-
Hi building and con-
:>n, and was director of and
[a representative to the
Association of County
issioners and the Florida,
County and National
i of Cities.
is active in the Better
ss Bureau, the Miami
I Chamber of Commerce and
litedWay.
their summer
a cruise to
Nassau. The girls had a mar-
velous time. It was their first
visit to the island and their first
cruise Marilyn and Harry
Smith back from a month in
Israel. Haven't had a chance to
talk to them, but they looked as if
they enjoyed it. Understand they
rented a condominium and did
t heir traveling from there.
Grandparents again are
Natalie and Jerry Rieger this
time they share the honors with
Sylvia and Milton Friedman .
Dale and Kenny Rieger are the
parents of a second son Brett
Douglas, who joins three-year-old
Darren .
Judy and Herman Isis are
grandparents for the first time.
and they are thrilled. Their
daughter. Margery, and her
husband. Barry Schwartz, shared
in the birth as they followed the
Leboyer Method of Gentle
Birthing Harry assisted in the
delivery of Tyler Blue Schwartz
all 6 lbs.. 8 OX. and 19 in. of
him.
Monnie and 1 back from our
first trip to California. We flew
into Los Angeles, where we had
lunch and spent the afternoon
with our son. Richard, his wife.
Sue. and their two boys. Then we
flew to San Francisco where we
stayed with our daughter. Susie.
After that, to Yosemite. where we
had dinner in the Ahwahnee
Hotel and all but bumped into
Enda and Al Jacobson. It's really
a small world.
Harvey Baxter, former
Municipal Judge for the City of
North Miami Beach, received his
Juris Doctor degree from
Brooklyn Law School and a
Bachelor's in sociology and psy-
chology. He is a candidate for a
newly established judgeship in
the County Court system.
Baxter, who is a member of
B'nai B'rith Harmony Lodge, is
on the Beth Torah executive
board and is financial secretary of
the Beth Torah Men's Club. He is
a Founder of Hillel Community
Day School, and a member of the
Brummer Is Candidate
For Public Defender
Bennett H. Brummer. can-
didate for Public Defender, was
educated at the University of
Miami and its Law School and
was awarded a Reginald Heber
Smith Community Lawyer Fel-
lowship by the University of
Pennsylvania Law School, under
which he worked at Legal Ser-
vices of Greater Miami. Brummer
also attended the seventh annual
Program of Instruction for
Lawyers at Harvard Law School
and spent two years teaching
English in South America while
in the Peace Corps.
He is a member of the Dade,
Florida, New York and Federal
Bar Associations and has
practiced before all divisions of
the federal court, including the
U.S. Supreme Court. He is a
member of the Florida Public
Defenders and Florida Criminal
Defense Attorneys Associations,
of Common Cause and the
Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
Elks and Masons.
Baxter is a member of the
American, Florida, and Dade
County Bar Associations,
American Trial Lawyers
Association and Florida
Academy of Trial Lawyers. He is
admitted to practice before U.S.
District Court of Middle and
Southern Districts of Florida, the
U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
5th Circuit, and the U.S.
Supreme Court.
Baxter taught social studies at
Montauk (L.L> Junior High
School and is a former social
worker in the New York State
Department of Mental Hygiene.
ELECT
JfWM|
4, Charles L.
SEAMAN
**
COUNTY COURT
JUDGE
EXPERIENCED!
\ssisiani Municipal Judge for 2 years
Chairman of the CM) of (oral Gables I rial
Board lor K years
Received a 76.2 qualification ralinj: b> his fel-
low attorneys in a Dade Count) Bar Associa-
tion poll
Member of (oral Gables Lions Club
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Concerned Democrats
Tiger-C.O.P.E. (Teachers)
Committee for Sane Growth
Cuban-American Democrats
Congress of Senior Citizens
Voters Incorporated
Dade Council of Fire Fighters
Dade County Council of Senior Citizens
Communications Workers of America,
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Dade Better Govern ment League I nc.
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Industrial and Agricultural Workers
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Johnson Candidate For County Commission
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DallosPLO
The Rev. Thedford Johnson,
candidate for County Com-
mission in District 3, is a member
of the boards of the Interfaith
Agency of South Florida, the Big
Brothers and Sisters of Dade
County, United Way and the
Greater Miami Urban League.
He is a member as well of the
City of Miami Zoning Board.
Baggett Is Candidate For Metro Commission
Jimmy Baggett, County Com-
mission candidate who has called
for a "planned anti-*crime
program," says that crime is on
Ceremonies To
Mark Restoration
Federal, state and local
government officials will dedicate
the newly restored Bal Harbour
beach during oceanfront
ceremonies beginning at 11:30
a.m. Sept. 3.
The one-mile stretch is the first
phase of the Federal Public
Works Project to restore the
eroded bathing beach and
provide hurricane protection.
Col. Donald A. Wisdom, U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers, will
present Metropolitan Dade
County officials with a check for
more than $2.2 million
representing approximately 94
percent of the Federal share of
the Bal Harbour section of this
project. !
the minds of
he has met
He believes
Commission
atmosphere
necessary
development
in Dade.
Smith Is Candidate
For Florida House
Ron Smith, candidate for State
Representative in District 100,
received his Bachelor's degree
from University of Miami and his
J.D. from the University of
Louisville, where he won a Book
Award in Administrative Law.
He has been an Assistant City
Attorney in Miami Beach and is a
Public Defender in South Miami
and Surfside. Metro Mayor Steve
Clark appointed him vice
chairman of the Dade County
Fair Housing and Employment
Appeals Board.
The Ultimate Gall
< PARIS (JTA) Air France is recovering its air bus
which was hijacked June 27 and landed at Entebbe, Uganda,
the next day but at a price.
President Idi Amin released the plane "with no strings
attached" except a "bill" for 500.000 francs (about $120,000)
which the Ugandan ruler says is due him for the upkeep of the
aircraft and meals and accommodations provided the hostages
during their week-long stay at Entebbe Airport under the guns
of pro-Palestinian terrorists and Ugandan troops.
The "bill," which the French national airline reportedly
agreed to pay, comes to about 200 francs ($50) a day for meals
served the hostages while they were Amin's "guests."
The air bus took off from Entebbe July 22 after French
technicians repaired bullet holes in the fuselage. The plane
sustained slight damage during the Israeli rescue operation of
July 3.
ADL Reveals Brothers
Well and Completely Free
99
NEW YORK (JTA) The brothers were.
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith has revealed that Julio and
Eduardo Budnik Schwartzman,
Chilean Jews who disappeared on
July 22 and were believed to have
been political prisoners, are "well
and completely free."
According to Burton S.
Levinson, chairman of ADL's
Latin American Affairs Com-
mittee, the two brothers returned
to their homes in Santiago on
Aug. 15.
LEVINSON SAID there has
been no explanation of what
happened to them. At the time of
their disappearance, government
officials told representatives of
B'nai B'rith and other
organizations which made
inquiries that they had no
knowledge of where the Budnik
The two had held important
industrial posts under the Sal-
vador Allende government.
On the day of their disap-
pearance, their office was ran-
sacked and their cars removed
from an adjacent parking garage.
On July 24. the Budnik family
received an anonymous phone
call telling them that the cars
could be found near the national
stadium.
IN AN effort to aid the Budnik
family. B'nai B'rith represen-
tatives had appealed to the
Chilean ambassadors in the
United States and Canada for
information on the brothers.
Levinson expressed
satisfaction that efforts to secure
their freedom had been suc-
cessful.
WZO's Chairman Almogi
Sending Two Emissaries
To Strengthen Activities
TEL AVIV (JTA) Yoaef
Almogi, chairman of the Jewish
Agency and World Zionist
Organization Executives,
returned from a visit to Latin
America and said the five WZO
emissaries who had been arrested
in Argentina July 22 and released
Aug. 3 would continue their work
there.
He said he has ordered sending
two more emissaries to Argentina
to strengthen the WZO's work
with youth and other Zionist
activities.
ALMOGI, who met with the
five emissaries, said that their
arrest after attending a Zionist
conference in Cordoba had
nothing to do with their Zionist
activities. He said the present
regime in Buenos Aires is neither
anti-Zionist nor anti-Jewish.
What happened, according to
Almogi, was that a leftist group
split several years ago from "El
Committee" which is affiliated
with the Israel Labor Zionist
kibbutz movement, Ihud Hak-
vutzot VeHakibutzim, and joined
left-wing circles in Argentina.
THE ARGENTINE regime
thought the seminar in Cordoba
which was sponsored by "El
Committee" was being held by
the splinter group, Almogi ex-
plained.
Nuclear Power Plani
Ex-FBI Man Endorsed By Cabinet!
hundreds of people
while campaigning.
that the County
should provide the
and incentive
for economic
to create more jobs
Admits
Break-In
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
W. Mark Felt, former associate
director of the Federal Bureau of
Investigation, volunteered this
week that the FBI had entered
the quarters of the Palestine
Liberation Organization in
Dallas. Tex., without legal
authorization and would do it
again.
Felt was being questioned on
the CBS program. "Face the
Nation." about the FBI break-in
aimed at the radical underground
organization, the Weathermen, in
1972 without a warrant when he
said:
"YOU LEFT out another one
which I admitted and that's the
break-in of the Palestine
Liberation Organization down in
Dallas. They were planning on all
sorts of terrorism in the United
States, and I think we stopped it
because we took that action."
Mary A. McLaughlin, of CBS
News, who was questioning Felt
at the time, said'We were trying
to separate" the questioning of
the Weathermen and the FBI
because she thought Felt con-
siders "the Weathermen to be
controlled or to be involved verj
seriously with some foreign
government which is trying to
overthrow this country."
FELT BROKE in to say, "Yes.
yes. I do. The big difference is. in
one case you have citizens, and in
the other case you have foreign
nationals."
JERUSALEM (JTA) The first step t,
establishment of two nuclear power plants for civilian '
Israel in cooperation with the United States governm "*'
endorsed by the Cabinet here. ent
The Israeli Ambassador in Washington, Simcha
was authorized to initial a $2 billion draft agreement witkJ
U.S. aimed at the construction of the plants with an ago!
capacity of 1.970 megawatts.
THE AGREEMENT is for 40 years. The first
scheduled to be completed in the early 1980s. The ae
allows the Israel Electric Corp. to enter into
negotiations with various American manufacturers w
supply part of the equipment for the projected plants.
The two nuclear power plants were promised bv (a
President Nixon when he visited the Middle East in June ]
He told both Israel and Egypt at that time that the U S *.
supply them with nuclear reactors in what was regarded]
inducement for them to continue their disengagement of foJ
in the Sinai. Egypt has already signed a letter of intent tobj
reactor from the U.S.
Security Measures Increas
At Istanbul Airport
PARIS (JTA) In the wake of the ten
attack on El Al plane passengers at Istanbul airporti
French government has ordered security measures!
creased in an effort to prevent any terrorist actions here!
Police sources said that security at all French ports]
entry, particularly airports, has been beefed up. withij
need for careful luggage searches emphasized. The sown
said that surveillance of Israeli property, includingt
embassy and El Al facilities, has been increased andt
efforts to infiltrate groups inside France that mightgJ
aid to terrorists have been redoubled.
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Religious Directory
MIAMI
luVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION,
I-, sw *7th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Zvl
I Rjphaely. Cantor Aron Ben Aron. (I)
LlSHE EMES CONGREGATION. MM
Tjw i9th Ave. Conservative. Cantor
I Cnl P.lKOWitZ. (2)
LETH AM TEMPLE. 5950 N. Kendall
lor Reform. Dr. Herbert M.
lBjumgard. Associate Rabbi Mitchell
IChefiti (3) ________
BREIRA CONGREGATION.
110755 sw HJth St. Liberal. Rabbi
| Barry Tabachnikotl. (J-A)
LETH DAVID. 2*25 SW 3rd Ave.
[conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
(Cantor William Lipson. <*-A)
IpTH OAVID SOUTH. 7500 SW 120th
1st conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
|cantor William Lipson. (4-B)
ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
[Modern Traditional. RabM Max
Ishapiro Cantor Leon Segal. Rev.
[Mendel Gutterman. ()
Ieth TOV TEMPLE. SW Ith St.
[conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubei.
I Cantor William Golembe. ()
J-NAI ISRAEL AND GREATER
[miav YOUTH SYNAGOGUE. MM
ISunset Drive. Orthodox. Rabbi Ralph
|Gliman. (I-A)
j-nai RAPHAEL CONGREGATION.
f)40i nw l3rd St. Conservative.
Ifiaboi Victor D. Zwelling Cantor
Ijac* Lerner. (M)
_*PLE I5RAELOF"
lEATER MIAMI
South Florida's Pioneer
Retorm Synagogue
\]7NE ltth St..Miami
S73-SW0
I Or joseptiR. Narot Senior Rabbi
Services Every
Friday at I p.m.
Rabbi Narot will discuss:
"Do Not Separate
Yours ell"
Membership inquiries welcomeo
IRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
|t. Conservative. Rabbi Solomon
Valdenberg. Cantor Ayman Lilshin.
I OLOM TEMPLE. 1755 SW ltth St.
Conservative. Rabbi David M. Baron.
13)
IRAEL SOUTH TEMPLE (formerly
eth Tikva). MM Sunset Dr. Retorm.
tabbi Joseph R. Narot. (13-A)
AMU-EL TEMPLE. ItOO SW 107th
live., Suite 30*. Conservative. Rabbi
Edwin P. Farber. (t)
|lON TEMPLE. MM Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Norman N.
Snap > Cantor Ben Dlckson. (1)
HIALEAH
FERETH JACOB TEMPLE. Ml E.
kthAve Conservative. (IS)
NORTH MIAMI
ETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
IHSNE !2lst St. Conservative Rabbi
>. Daniel J. Fingerer. Cantor
rehuda Binyamin. (35)
MIAMI BEACH
UDAS ACHIM NUBACH SEFARD
CONGREGATION. 707 Sfh St.
Orthodox Rabbi Mordecai
Chaimovits. (MB)
fUOATH ISRAEL. 7101 Carlyle Ave.
DrthodOK Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever.
|ETH EL. 2400 Pine Tree Dr.
Drthodox Rabbi Alexander Gross. (5)
|TH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
TJabbi Mordecai Shapiro. (II)
Ieth JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Prthoaox Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
iwirsky Cantor Maurice Mamches.
IETH RAPHAEL TEMPLE. 1545
"Ueiu-rson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Elliot Wmograd. Cantor Saul Breeh.
120)
|ETH SHOLOM TEMPLE. 4144 Chase
>e Liberal. Dr. Leon Kromsh
Cantor David Conviser. (21)
IETH SOLOMON TEMPLE. 1031
.mcjln rd. Modern Conservative.
abbi David Raab. Cantor Nathan
Parnass. (21-A)
tTH, TFILAH CONGREGATION. MS
Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi I. M.
propper.(22)
\nt,.~ JOSEPH CHAIM
CONGREGATION. Ml Meridian Ave.
jwtnodox. Rabbi Dow Roiencwaig.
ICA)
N*' *ION TEMPLE. 2O0 171th St.
JWhodox. RabM Dr. Abraham I.
lacobson. (22-B)
J*BAD HOUSE. 1401 Alton Rd.
^>dox. Rabbi Joseph Biston. (M)
HmN "ebrew conoreoation.
L,' w*shington Ave. Orthodox.
T*bb* Dw Roiencwaig. (M)
E8*?! SEPHARDIC HEBREW
iNGEGATION. 715 Washington
v' Orthodox. Rabbi Melr Masllah
ueiamed. (23-A)
IMANU EL TEMPLE. 1701
"Shington Ave. Conservative. Dr.
rv ng Lehrman. Cantor Zvl Adler.
FJ CHAIM CONGREGATION. 1544
Kl,rn?,on Avr Orthodox. Rabbi
f5v|G-Schur.(32)
rBREJH ACAOEMY. 2400 Pine Tree
rMJs R"bbl *,,K"nder s
GOLD COAST SYNAGOGUE
5445 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
Conservative
Rabbi Aaron Shapiro
Services every Saturday
atfa.m.
1*4-4353
Membership Inquiries
Welcomed
DEERFIELD BEACH
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Dr. Tibor H. Stern. Cantor
Meyer Engel. (2*)
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1475 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Sell. (27)
LUBAVITCH CONGREGATION. 1120
Collins Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Korl. (*7)
IMENORAH TEMPLE. *20 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz. Cantor Nico Feldman
(21)
NER TAMID TEMPLE. 10th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative. Dr.
Eugene Laboviti. Cantor Edward
Klein. (2)
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7IM Hispanola Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Marvin Rose.
Cantor Murray Yavneh. (32-A)
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas A.
Weberman. (10)
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. *45
Collins Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Sadl
Nahmias. (31)
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN TEMPLE. 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conservative.
Rabbi Simcha Freedman. Cantor Ian
Alpern.(33)
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center. 1M5S
NE 3rd Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jacob I.
Nislick. (33-A)_______
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER
571 NE 171st Street
North Miami Beach
*S!-W*2
Conservative
Rabbi Nesim Gambach
Friday services-! p.m.
Saturday services-* a.m.
Membership Inquiries
Welcomed
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION.
1M1 Interama Blvd. Conservative.
Dr. Max A. Lipschitl. (3-)
SINAI TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE
1M01 NE 32nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. (37) _______
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 11151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Dov
Bidnick. ()
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. MO NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi ZevLeff. (3)
CORALGABLES
JUDEA TEMPLE. 5SM Granada Blvd.
Retorm. Rabbi Michael B. Eisenstat.
Cantor Rita Shore. (40)
ZAMORA TEMPLE. 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Marvin Tokayer.
(41) _______
HILLEL JEWISH STUDENT CEN
TER. COLLEGE STUDENT
SYNAGOGUE. University of Miami.
1100 Miller Drive. Traditional and
Liberal Services. Rabbi Sanford H.
Shudnow. _______
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
34l Harding Ave. Orthodox Rabbi
Isaac D. Vine. (SO)
HOMESTEAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 113
NE Ith St. Conservative. Rabbi Paul
Bender. (51)
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL TEMPLE. 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jalle.
Assistant Rabbi Harvey M. Rosen
feld.(45) _____
BETH SHALOM TEMPLE. 4*01
Arthur St. Conservative. Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irving
Gold. (4*) _______
MINAI TEMPLE. 1201 Johnston St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Associate Rabbi Chaim S. Listfieid.
(*5) _______
BETH AM TEMPLE. 310 SW 62nd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi David Rosen-
Held. (47-B)
SOLEL TEMPLE. 5100 Sheridan St.
Liberal. Rabbi Robert Fraiin. (47-C)
PLANTATION
PLANTATION JEWISH CONGRE
GATION. 400 S. Nob Hill Rd. Liberal
Reform. Rabbi Sheldon J. Harr. (*4)
RECONSTRUCTIONS SYNA-
GOGUE. 7473 NW 4th St. (*?)
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL TEMPLE. *920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Draiin.
Cantor Abraham Kester. (41)
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE.
Century Village East. Conservative.
Rabbi David Berent. (62)
MARGATE
BETH HILLEL CONGREGATION. 7*40
Margate Blvd. Conservative. Cantor
Charles Perlman.
SYNOPSIS Of THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Ki Tetze
SHOLOM TEMPLE. 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Yaacov Remer. (49)
CORAL SPRINGS
CORAL SPRINGS HEBREW CON-
GREGATION. 3721 NW 100th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Max Weiti. (44)
"When thou goest forth to battle
captives a woman of goodly form .
thee to wife" IDeut. 21. 10-11).
. and seest ai ng the
and wouldest take her to
HALLANOALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
41* NE Ith Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Harry E. Schwartz. Cantor Jacob
Danziger. (12)
PEMBROKE PINES
TEMPLE IN THE PINES. 9139 Taft
Street. Conservative. Rabbi Sidney I.
Lubin. (63)
FORTLAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL TEMPLE. 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Conservative.
Rabbi Philip A. Labowitz. Cantor
Maurice Neu. (42)
EMANUEL TEMPLE. 3345 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Reform. Rabbi
Joel S. Goor Cantor Jerome Klement.
(43)
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 91M
NW 57th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Israel Zimmerman. (44-A)
YOUNG ISRAEL OF
HOLLYWOOD
4171 Stirling Road
Oaks Condominium
791-2200
Rabbi MosheE. Bomzer
Services: Friday, 7 p.m.
Saturday, 9 a.m.; daily,
7:30 a.m.; Sunday, I a.m.
Rabbi Bomzer will discuss:
"Mitzvot and the
Longevity of Life"
Member of the Rabbinical Association
ol Greater Miami.________________
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
am Bieeayae Blvd.. Miami, FU. JJ1S1.
SM-40M. Rabbi Salomon Scklff.
Executive Vice President.
UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW
CONGREGATIONS
11* E. Flagier St., Miami. Fla. ssisi.
.rriMMJ. Rabbi Sanford Shapero.
Director.
UNITED SYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA
1110 NE 113rd St.. North Miami Beach.
Fla. SUM. M7 MM.
Rabbi Seymour Friedman,
Executive Director.
Ki Tetze "When thou goest forth to battle against thine
enemies, and the Lord thy God delivereth them into thy hands,
and thou earnest them away captive, and seest among the
captives a woman of goodly form, and thou wouldst take
her to thee to wife; then thou shalt bring her home to thy house
. And it shall be, if thou have no delight in her, then thou
shalt let her go whither she will; but thou shalt not sell her at all
for money" (Deuteronomy 21.10-14). "If a man have a stubborn
and rebellious son ... all the men of his city shall stone him
with stones, that he die" (Deuteronomy 21.18-21). The body of
a hanged man "shall not remain all night upon the tree, but
thou shalt surely bury hir. the same day; for he that is hanged
is a reproach unto God; that thou defile not thy land"
(Deuteronomy 21.23). "Thou shalt not see thy brother's ox or
his sheep driven away, and hide thyself from them; thou shalt
surely bring them back unto thy brother" (Deuteronomy 22.1).
"Thou shalt not take the dam with the young; thou shalt in any
wise let the dam go. but the young thou mayest take unto
thyself" (Deuteronomy 22.6-7).
"When thou buildest a new house, then thou shalt make a
parapet for thy roof, that thou bring not blood upon thy house,
I if any man fall from thence" (Deuteronomy 22.8). "Thou shalt
not plough with an ox and an ass together. Thou shalt not wear
a mingled stuff, wool and linen together" (Deuteronomy 22.10-
11). The man who "lays wanton charges" against his wife shall
be chastised by the elders of the city. "A bastard shall not enter
into the assembly of the Lord" (Deuteronomy 23.3). "If
brethren dwell together, and one of them die, and have no child,
the wife of the dead shall not be married abroad unto one not of
his kin; her husband's brother shall go in unto her, and take her
to him to wife, and perform the duty of a husband's brother
unto her. And it shall be. that the first-born that she beareth
shall succeed in the name of his brother that is dead"
(Deuteronomy 25.5-6). "An Ammonite or a Moabite shall not
enter into the assembly of the Lord; because they met you
not with bread and with water in the way, when ye came forth
out of Egypt; and because they hired against thee Balaam the
son of Beor from Pethor of Aram-na haraim, to curse thee .
Thou shalt not seek their peace nor their prosperity all thy days
forever. Thou shalt not abhor an Edomite, for he is thy brother;
thou shalt not abhor an Egyptian, because thou wast a stranger
in his land. The children of the third generation that are borh
unto them may enter into the assembly of the Lord"
(Deuteronomy 23.4-9). Finally, the portion ends with a
reminder of eternal enmity against a dread foe: "Remember
what Amalek did unto thee by the way as ye came forth out of
Egypt" (Deuteronomy 25.17).
????Question Box????
By RABBI SAMUEL FOX
QUESTION: Why are there
knots on the straps of the tefillin?
ANSWER: There is one knot
on the tefillin strap that binds the
arm and another knot on the
strap that binds the head. The
Talmud quotes an opinion
stating that these knots were
ordained when Moses appeared
before the Almighty on Mount
Sinai, where the Almighty
T. V. Programs
Sunday, Sept. 5
"Jewish Worship Hour"
WPLGTV Ch. 109:30 a.m.
Host:
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz
Temple Menorah
"Still, Small Voice"
WCKT-TV Ch. 710 a.m.
Host:
Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Guests:
Cantor Jacob Bornstein
and Eugene Greenzweig
Topic:
Jewish Education
in the New Year
CANDLELIGHTING
TIME
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showed him the formation of the
knots.
Technically, the knots serve to
secure the tefillin to the head and
to the arm when they are pulled
tight with the straps. It is
especially the shape of the knots
and their esoteric purpose which
is the subject of much
speculation on the part of the
rabbis.
The knot on the arm strap
resembles the letter "Yud." The
knot on the head strap resembles
the letter "Daleth" in certain
traditions. These two letters,
combined with the letter "Shin,"
which is embossed on the tefillin
box which contains the head
scrolls of the tefillin, comprise the
word "Shaddai," one of the
names of the Almighty.
Thus the knots serve to remind
the Jew of his closeness to the
Almighty. Some associate these
knots with the knots of the
tzizith (fringes on the tallith),
indicating that a Jew should
always be "tied" or "bound"
with reverence to the Almighty.
QUESTION: Why do many
traditional synagogues have two
lion figures etched over the ark
and Torah covers?
ANSWER: Medieval com-
mentaries on the Talmud
(Tosafot, Yuma 54b) indicate
that pictures of lions were
painted on the walls of the an-
cient temple. Some suggest that
this represents the tribe of Judah
which is the major remaining
tribe after the dispersion of the
ten tribes by Sannhereb.
Others claim that the lion is a
reminder of the two cherubim
figures that were placed over the
ark in the ancient sanctuary.
There was a multifaceted
combination of several figures,
one of which was a lion.
Some contend the lion in-
dicates strength of faith. Others
indicate that they are symbols of
angels who watch over the
Jewish people. Some late
authorities opposed having such
figures in the synagogue
(Chatham Sofer, Responsa,
Yoreh De'ah, 129), but the
practice prevailed and persisted
in many traditional synagogues.
Question: What is the attitude
of Jewish law regarding
operations which attempt to
change the sex of a person?
Answer: Generally speaking,
Jewish law forbids any attempt
to blur the distinction between
the sexes. The Bible
(Deuteronomy 22:5) even forbids
a male from wearing female
garments or a female from
wearing a male's garments.
Certainly, then, a transsexual
operation would possibly be
forbidden in this context.
Furthermore, it has been
contended by some that the
operation to change sex is an act
of destruction and can be for-
bidden as something distasteful
to the Almighty under the
Biblical prohibition of offering
something which has been
crushed or mauled, or com-
mitting an act which crushes or
mauls or disfigures (Leviticus
22:24).


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Registration Closing Soon For
NC JW Jewish Experience Series
Registration for "The Jewish
Experience," a study pro gran
series sponsored by the National
Council of Jewish Women,
Greater Miami Section, closes on
Sept. 15.
Course I, "Defining Judaism,'
is a survey of the development ol
Judaism from its inception to the
present. It is based on selected
readings from such Jewish
authors as Ludwig Lewisohn,
Abraham Heschel and Mordecai
Kaplan. Course begins Monday,
Oct. 18, and will continue for 10
consecutive weeks. Registration
fee of $26 covers the cost of the
syllabus and textbooks.
Course II, "The Legacy of
Ancient Israel," explores the
Bible and Biblical history
through the perspectives of
history, philosophy, and ar-
chaeology with Professors Harry
Orlinsky and Howard Marble-
stone. Registration fee of $10
covers the cost of the syllabus
and textbooks. Course begins
Friday, Oct. 22, and will run for
10 weeks.
Classes will be held at the
Council office from 10 a.m. to
noon. Additional information is
available from Ruth Howard,
chairwoman. Section Study and
Discussion Groups.
Mrs. Judy Gilbert is president
of NCJW Greater Miami Section,
and Anna Mae Ross is vice
president of public affairs.
Shores Division plans a gala
brunch and fashion show for its
first meeting of the new club year
on Wednesday, Sept. 15, at the
Eden Roc Hotel.
Doors open at 9:30 a.m., with
the brunch and meeting slated to
begin at 10. Admission will be by
reservation only. Checks should
be sent to Evelyn Rosen, 20801
NE 21st Court, North Miami
Beach 33179, by Sept. 8.
Saks Fifth Avenue, with
Bette Mann coordinating, will
present "The Fashion Image for
Fall." Also on the program is a
playlet illustrating NCJW ac-
tivities. Shores Division mem-
bers will model the fashions and
act in the play.
Mrs. Howard Rose is Division
president, and Barbara
Greenbaum is in charge of
arrangements for the day.
Miller Runs For
Faske Seeking
Circuit Court Post
Assistant State Attorney
Adele Segall Faske is a candidate
for the unexpired two-year term
of the incumbent, who is
resigning to seek a Florida
Supreme Court judgeship. Mrs.
Faske. the first woman in Florida
to be appointed to her present
position, has also been an
Assistant County Solicitor and
won national attention in helping
persuade the Florida Legislature
to enact the law requiring fathers
to pay for their children's sup-
port.
Member of a pioneer Miami
family and the widow of
businessman Maurice Faske, she
is the sister of Senior County
Court Judge Sidney L. Segall.
School Board Ader ,8 Candidate For
Mrs. Phyllis Miller, seeking
reelection to the Dade County
School Board in District 5, wants
the basics of education
reading, writing, and arithmetic
emphasized for Dade County
students.
Mrs. Miller, who has been a
strong advocate of smaller class-
rooms for more individual at-
tention, also says that "The
School Board will have to urge
the 1977 legislature to provide
funds to implement a program of
'basic skills' which would
determine learning disabilities in
reading, comprehension and
math in the early grades, and to
insure that every student
progresses at grade level."
She is calling for paraprofes-
sional teacher aides in the lower-
grade classrooms "in order to
lower the class ratio of adults to
children" and for more career
education at the secondary level,
to prepare those teenagers not
going to college to function in the
job market and give them
vocational skills.
Vacant Judgeship
Marshall H. Ader, candidate
for a vacant County Court judge-
ship, has been a member of the
Florida Bar committee on legal
education and has served as a
referee and on arbitration boards.
Much of his practice has been in
the Civil Division of the Dade
County Court. He is admitted to
practice in Illinois, Florida. U.S.
District Courts and the U.S.
Supreme Court.
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Scheduled to Begin Oct. 5\
Temple Beth Sholom's School
of Fine Arts, an after-school
program for three- to twelve-year-
olds, is beginning classes the
week of Oct. 5 at the temple,
according to an announcement by
Judy Drucker. the temple's
cultural director.
Michael Rosenberg, instructor
of piano, who is on the faculty of
the University of Miami School
of Music, has joined the staff. A
graduate of the University of
Kentucky, he studied piano
under Ivan Davis at the
University of Miami, where he
received his Master of Music
degree.
Concert pianist Andree Juliet
Brun, who remains on the faculty
as instructor in piano, will be
playing solo recitals in the Miami
area this year and has been
giving concerts all over the
world.
The School of Fine Arts faculty
includes drama coach Jay
Jensen, who has been with the
school for many years and
presents outstanding plays in the
Greater Miami area, and
ceramist-in.r,sidence ,
Small, who is wnrk. HJ
students on a cerL h\
depicting the history of,L,1
m the Uniu-d S1>llwfy
200 years.
A new course this vearj
given in bank, m be'taJS
Andrew Koppele. who S*
the faculty after a few vrS'
from Miami to study in
schools. Other faculty
include local artist" a*
teacher Roberta Silbret *
Hirsch continues teachintl
and Tony CriadtieUowi
drums.
Anita Koppele continues L
class m the Introduction
Music through music p|av ,i
Music Workshop for Tots'ft
Amihud. Israeli folluinw,,
guitarist, star of From |
with Love," will teach a counJ
guitar.
A new evening course in.
ceramics is being formed
those interested should call
temple as soon as jxissible
j Highest Rating-Bar Poll-Gr 17
'ELECT Richard Alaul
SCHWARTZ
COUNTY COURT JUDGE
! Group 17
Lever 28D i
The lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel
Schneerson, Speaks Out On Operation Uganda, and The
Istanbul Terrorist Attack!
These events must teach an important lesson to the Jewish People.
?The pre-eminence of quality over quantity.
?The interdependence of ail Jews and the nobility of risking ones life to save
? The presence of the Creator in directing the laws of nature.
Tteworid110 tighte" SeCU"ty measures t0 insure th* safety of Jews throughout
WHAT KIND OF SECURITY MEASURES?
The Jewish people posses, special qualities, therefore the protection roust be spiritual as well as physical
A GUARD IAN AT E VERY DOOR
iss& jrsr.fi;usss&?u the doorpost ,a h ~ *.
?The Uganda Hijacking: Everyone of the Jews hijacked to Uganda did not have Knck0,
They were checked after the hijacking. K 0t have Kosher mezuzahs at home.
? The Istanbul Terrorist Attack: The mezuzahs of those involved there were also not Kosher
EVERY JEWISH FAMILY SHOULD:
? Place a kosher mezuzah on every door in the home, including the inside ones
?Check the existing mezuzahs with a scribe or Orthodox Rabbi.
WARNING: Many mezuzahs on the market are counterfeit; to be kosher .h L L
parchment and] sold by a reliable dealer. 9her they must be handwritten on
If you desire to have your mezuzahs checked free of charge or would like to purchase mezuzahs contact
CHABAD HOUSE-FLORIDA LUBAVITCH HEADQUARTFRQ
1401 ALTON RD. MIAMI BEACH PHONE 672-8947 tKS
CHABAD HOUSE
JEWISH STUDENT CENTER
1540 Albenga
Coral Gables
661-7642(3)
CHABAD OF NORTH HADE
1345 N.E. 182nd St.
North Miami Beach
944-7770
CONGREGATION LUBAVITCH
South Beach Chabad
1120 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
673-5755
CHABAD HOUSE
JEWISH STUDENT CENTER
3643 College Park Circle
TAMPA, FLA.
971-6768


L September 3, 1976
*JeitFhridliari
Page 27-B
Chabad Center To House Students
bbi Lazer Rifkin. director of
Chabad House-Jewish
Lt Center at the University
L,th Florida in Tampa has
Wed that the center will
f|e student housing this
[the most recent addition to
Lj's many services to
K .indents. Prices will be
Ctitive with existing
^bad I.ubavitch regional
Lr Rabl)i Abraham Korf has
Ifu-ed that Chabad in
da will intensify the
fcah Campaign and has
Jnted Rabbi Sholom Blank.
En and associate rabbi at
Bgation I.ubavitch-South
Chabad. as coordinator of
the statewide project.
The Mezuzah Campaign in-
cludes an educational program of
workshops, synagogue lectures
and youth group visits to explain
the various laws involved. In
addition, homes will be visited
and mezuzahs installed. Rabbi
Blank warns that many
mezuzahs on the market are not
kosher that is, not hand-
written on parchment. He also
notes that a mezuzah must be
placed on every door in the home,
not only on the front door.
Further information on the
university residence and the
mezuzah programs is available at
local Chabad centers.
bftiiaros
INERSTEIN
I Worth Miami Beach,
30 He la survived by
.i sun .l.imrs I. of
f,tr,' \ Y two brothers. Jack of
\ I Harry of Swan t-ake; a
Goldberg of Miami
pinnersteln was former owner
[ Hotel In Miami Beach
lilt I-ake Hotel In Swan
|[ ,. ,i member of the Elks
lent was in New York with local
ement.- bj Levitt North Miami
llSTKlN Abraham, 73. of Miami
It \ ig 24 Riverside
INRERG Fay, 75. of Miami
in Auk 28 Kntombment
Side Gordon
Mollle 8 70. of North Bay
Aug M Interment
^ide Kiserside
Mildred Levltl
ION Hilda Miller. 68. of Miami
. on Ann 26 Interment Star of
Riverside
Theodore, 69. of North Miami
on Auk 25 Interment Mt
\ Riverside
lli'K. Sam. 73. of Naranja Lakes
Ml
f>WIT7.. Frltll.
Ben E 72. of North Miami
on Auk 28- Interment Mt.
, Riverside
LlKH Albert. 76. of Coral Gables.
kg H Interment Star of David
Ri; Gloria I ,51, of Miami, on
[2 Interment Star of David
kn
FIELD Gertrude (Gert Rose),
M ni Beach Interment Mt
(Riverside.
HIM Max. 61. of Miami, on
nmentMt Nebo. Gordon
? M on Aur 2:: Inter
Nebo Riverside
*!" Sadie, 72. on Aug. 23
iieni Mt Neiio Riverside
Lena, S3, of North Miami
tug 24 Intermenl Ml
[' ide
TT i.a i reni e 81, on Aug M
Nebi Kiserside
i' Benjamin To. of Miami
. 8 I lordon
p : ii K 68 of Hallandale,
-- Intermenl Lakeside
I
'N sidnej 80 of Miami
| I Newman
I -:: CM North Miami on
i'
Vladimir H 76. of Miami
H Intermenl Ml
I'
1' of Weal Miami, on
enl \lt Nebo Gordon.
|nv. Sai. on Aug 38 Inter
I Kiserside
' ;' '"11 e, of Tamarac. on
Menorah
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
"ner| desiring to engage In
under the fictitious name of
PN-> "Ml'LIMENTS. at 5364
' Miami. Florida. Intends
P-t said name with the Clerk of
BUM Court of Dade County.
fhDLANl is FASHIONS, INC
A Florida Corp.
Sept. 3. 10, 17. 24. 1B76
CIRCUITCOURT
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
TOE COUNTY,FLORIDA
FAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
I NO. 76 26*44
E-I E BY PUBLICATION
"I- MARRIAGE OF
VVI'OI.YC'ARI'E.
Plusband,
E?LYCARPE,
HA POLYCARPE.
I>M E I'NKNOWN. are hereby
1 ve a copy of your Answer
'solution of Marriage filed
|>"u. upon husband's attorney.
NICHOLAS, ESQ.. 612 N.W.
inue. Miami, Florida 33138. and
T>nal wiih Clerk of Court on or
J"Ober 8, 1976; otherwise the
iiii be confessed by you.
t !S,?Ztn dav of August. 1976
pni'.DI' HRINKER. Clerk
"V M.J Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
Sept. 3. 10.17, 24, 1976
GOLDMAN, Benjamin, 71, of Miami
Beach, on Auk IS. Interment
Lakeside Riverside
PESKIN Jeanne Fox. 67. of Hollywood.
on Auk IS Riverside
RAMER, Monty, 78, of Miami, on Aug
14 Interment Mt. Slnal Gordon
ROSENBERG Sydney I 70, Of Miami
Beach Hlasberg
SKIHENBERG Fanny R.1 ol
l-audcrdnle l.ak.-~ on Aug 1 Inter
tniTii Star ol David Tamarac Gor-
don
SWIRSKY Mrs Evalynn inee Amu
25 ol Miami, on lulj :n inter
me,it l_ikcsidc Riverside
FROST. Abraham, of Miami Beach, on
Aug 11 Entombment Hollywood
Memorial Gardens Riverside
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HAVANA EXPRESS, at 1035 Palm
Springs Mile Hialeah. Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
HAVANA EXPRESS, INC.
ByOENAROC FERNANDEZ,
President
SanfordH Kramer. P.A
Attorney for Havana Express. Inc
Sept 3.10. 17.24. 1976
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No. 74-27011
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Marriage op
ELVIRA HERNAL. wife and
RAFAEL BERNAL. husband
TO RAFAELHERNAL
IK \ew York Avenue
ipartmenl No -
Elizabeth, New Jersey07901
vi ii auk. HEREBY notified thai a
l'eiiiion for Dissolution of Marriage has
been filed agalnsl you and sou are
hereby required lo serve a < opy of sour
or other pleading to the Petition
on the Wife's Attomej LESTER
Rt K1ERS whose address Is 1154 N w 17
Kvenue Miami Florida 33125, and file
tiie original w nh the Clerk ol the abuse
styled Court on or before this mm das of
October. 197K. or a Default will be en
tered agalnsl you
DATED this 27th day ol August, 1978
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the circuit Court
By ii F Muscorena i> C
Sept. 3. 10, 17,24. 1876
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO.76-77088
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
and
ALEXANDER KNOX.
Husband
TO ALEXANDER KNOX
1566 Union Port Road
Bronx. New York 10462
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any. to It on KWITNEY,
KROOP & SCHEINBERG. P.A.. at-
torney for Petitioner, whose address Is
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
Florida, and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before October 6. 1978; otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks In
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this 30th
day of August. 1976.
y RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By L, Sneeden
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
Kwltney.Kroop* Schelnberg. PA
420 Lincoln Road. Suite 812
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
Sept 3. 10.17. 24. 1976
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 76-537?
Division JOSEPH NESBITT
IN RE: ESTATE OF
WILLIAM FI.YNN.
i leceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CI.AIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED INTHE ESTATE:
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that
the administration of the estate of
WILLIAM FI.YNN. deceased, File
Number 76-5379. Is pending in the Cir-
CUll Court for Dade County. Florida,
Probate Division, the arldress of which
la 78 West Flagler Street. Miami,
Florida The personal representative of
the estate is JEFFERSON nation \i.
HANK OF MIAMI BEACH, whose
address is :n>i Arthur Godfrey Road.
Miami Beach, Florida The name and
address of the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below-
All persons having rlaimsor demands
against the estate are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF Tills notice, to
file with the clerk of the above court a
written statement of any claim or
demand they mas have Each claim
mu-t be In writing and must indicate the
basis for the Claim the name and ad
Iri ol the creditor or his agent or
attorney, and the amount claimed If
the i laim is nol yel due the date w hen it
Will become due shall be stated If the
claim is contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall he
stated ii the claim is secured, the
security shall be described The
t lalmanl shall deliver sufficient copies
Ol the claim to the Clerfc to enable Ihe
clerk to mall one copy to each personal
representative
All persons Interested in the estate to
whom a copy Of this Notice of
Administration has been mailed are
required, 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 court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS. AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration Sept 3, 1976
JEFFERSON NATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI BEACH
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of WILLIAM FLYNN
Deceased
ATTORNE Y FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
S GEORGETRAGER
301 Arthur Godfrey Rd
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
Telephone: 531 6727
Sept 3. 10. 17.24.1876
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 76 2919
IN RE ESTATE OF
JAMES E PERRY.
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEM INDB AGAIN ST THE ABOVE
ESTATE \NM VLL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
the administration ol the estate of
JAMES E PERRY deceased, File
Number 78-2919, Is pending hi the cir
CUll Court for DADE County. Florida.
Probate Division, the address of which
Wi si Flagler street Miami.
Florida The personal representative ol
the estate i- SYLVIA \nn LINSS
whose address i- 1743 NE in street.
Miami, Florida 33181 The name and
address of the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below LEO
PLOTKIN Utomey.8970S 4th Street
Miami Florida 33144
All persons having Claims or demands
agalnsl the estate an- required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file with Ihe clerk of the above court a
written statement of any claim or
demand they may have. Each claim
must be In writing and must Indicate the
basis for the claim, the name and ad
dress 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 slated. If the
claim is contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated If the claim is secured, the
security shall be described The
claimant shall deliver sufficient copies
of the claim to the clerk to enable the
derk to mall one copy to each personal
representative
All persons Interested in the estate to
whom a copy of this Notice of
Administration has been mailed are
required. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file anv 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
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS, AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
HE FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration September 3.
1978
SYLVIA ANN LINSS
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of JAMES E. PERRY
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
LEO PLOTKIN
8970 SW 4th Street
Miami. Florida 33144
Tile phone 261 0752
Sept 3. 10. 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PROTOURS OF HIALEAH at 1544 West
49 St.. Hialeah, Fla., Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
PROFESSIONALTOURS, INC
A Fla Corp
Sept. 3, 10. 17, 24, 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TORAS EMES SCHOOL at Sll
Washington Ave In the City of Miami
Beach Florida, intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of the Cui ull
Court of Dade County. Florida
i lated at Miami. Florida, this 28thday
Of AUgUSt, 1M7H
TORASEMES SCHOOL
OF MIAMI INC
DANIEL RETTER, ESQUIRE
Attorney for Applicant
Sept 8, 10, 17. 24. 1976
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFmIE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVILACTIONNO.76 17994
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN re THE MARRIAGE OF
PHOEBE MENDIZABAL, Petitioner.
and
HUMBERTO MENDIZABAL,
Respondent
TO HUMBERTO MENDIZABAL
Residence t'nkonwn
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed agalnsl you and you are
required to sirs e a i opy of your written
defenses, if anv, to It on MICHAEL A
I.Il'SKY. PA., attorney for Petitioner.
whose address Is 28 West Flagler Street.
Miami. Florida, and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled court
on or before Octobers. 1976; otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint or
petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks in
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this 27th
day of August. 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By N A Hewett
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal l
MICHAEL A LIPSKY. PA
28 West Flagler Street. Suite 560
Miami, Florida 33130
Attorney for Petitioner
Sept 3.10, 17.24. 1976
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 76-5334
Division Frank B. Dowling
IN RE ESTATE OF
IRVING LAMNIN
lie ceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CI.AIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
the administration of the estate of
IRVING LAMNIN, deceased File
Number 76-5336, is pending In the Or
cull Court for Dade county Florida
Probate Division, the address of which
ls7SW Flagler Street, Miami. Florida
The personal representatives of the
estate are DAVID GOLDMAN, whose
address is 170911 Collins Ave Miami
Beach. Florida, and JOSEPH LAMNIN
whose address is 1032 E Utndis Ave..
P 0 Box 886, Vineland. N.J The name
and address of the personal
representatives' attorney are set forth
below
All persons having claimsor demands
against the estate are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file with the clerk of the above court a
written statement of any claim or
demand they may have. Each claim
must be in writing and must Indicate the
basis for the claim, the name and ad-
dress of the creditor or his agent or
attorney, and the amount claimed If
the claim is not yet due. the date when It
will become due shall be stated. If the
claim is contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated. If the claim Is secured, the
security shall be described. The
claimant shall deliver sufficient 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
Administration has been mailed are
required. 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 court
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS. AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: September 3,
1976.
DAVID GOLDMAN
JOSEPH LAMNIN
As Personal Representatives of the
Estate of IRVING LAMNIN
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVES:
JOSHREPHUN, ESQ.
1870 Washington Ave
Miami Beach, Fla 33139
Telephone 532 1755
Sept 3, 10.197?
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO 76 26726
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN RE THE MARRIAGE
JOE FRANKLIN COOKS
Husband-Petition, r
and
ALICE COOKS
Wife-Respondent
YOU. ALICE COOKS, who resides at
Route i. East. PO Box 157. Momence.
Illinois 60964, are hereby notified to file
your answer to the Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court and mail a copy to
petitioners attorney. MARSHALL
I YES. ESQ. 9215 SW 144 St., Miami.
Florida 88176, on or before the 8th day of
October. 1976. or this Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage filed against
you will be taken as confessed
Dated this 26th ol August, 1976. at
Miami I lade County, Florida
RICHARD I' BRINKER
Clerk ol the Circuit Court
By \ f Muscorella
I lepilty Clerk
i( 'in in! Court Seal I
Sept .'I. 111. 17. 24. 1976
INTHECIRCUITCOURTFOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 76 5186
IN RE ESTATE OF
FLORENTIN A CARPENTER,
I.....ased
NOTICEOF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
i IR IIEM A NI is AGAINST THE ABIIVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE
YOI \KE HEREBY notified that
the administration of the estate of
FLORENTIN A CARPENTER,
deceased, File Number 7- l is
pending in the Circuit Court for Dade
Counts Florida Probate Division, the
address ol which is Dade County
Courthouse, 7:t West Flagler street.
Miami. Florida (3rd Floor. Room 3071.
The personal representative of the
estate is JULIA MAGALY FER-
NANDEZ DE CASTRO, whose address
is 3711 SW 87th Avenue The name and
address of the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below-
All persons having rlaimsor demands
against the estate are required.
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file with the clerk of the above court a
written statement of any claim or
demand they may have Each claim
must be in writing and must Indicate the
basis for the claim, the name and ad-
dress of the creditor or his agent or
attorney, and the amount claimed. If
the claim Is not yet due. the date when it
will become due shall be stated If the
claim Is contingent or unliquidated, the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
stated If the claim is secured, the
security shall be described The
claimant shall deliver sufficient copies
of the claim to the clerk to enable the
clerk to mail one copy to each personal
representative
All persons Interested In the estate to
whom a copy of this Notice of
Administration has been mailed are
required, 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
win the qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVERBARRED
Dale of the first publication of this
Notice ol Vdmlnlstratlon Septembers,
1978
JULIA MAG M.Y
FERN INDEZDE CASTRO
\s personal Representative ol the
ii FLORENTINACARPENTER
I leceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONA]
KEI'KESFN TATI\ K
Gl ILLERMOSOSTCHTN ESQ.
101 nw 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 3S128
Telephone 1124 4555
Sept. 3. 10, 1976
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-27008
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
ZUDUITTU BLAKE
and
LESLIE JOHN BLAKE
TO LESLIE JOHN BLAKE
7 Bowness Road
Catford. S E
London. England
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to it on IRA J DRUCK-
MAN, PA. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is 550 Roberts Bldg 28
W Flagler St.. Miami. Fla.. 33130.
U.S.A.. and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before Oct. 8. 1976; otherwise a default
will be entered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks In
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this 27th
day of August. 1976
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
DadeCountv. Florida
ByB.Ltpps
As Deputy Clerk
I Circuit Court Seal)
IRAJ DRUCKMAN.PA.
550 Roberts Bldg
2SW Flagler St
Miami, Fla 33130 USA
Attorney for Petitioner


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panies around do you know that will match
this guarantee? At Norton Tire Company you
are the important one.
NORTON TIRE CO's. LIMITED WARRANTY
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
OR YOUR MONEY REFUNDED
If for any reason you are not completely satisfied with
any new passenger car tire you buy from Norton Tire
Co., return it, along with your original invoice, within
90 days of the date of purchase, and your money will be
refunded in full no questions asked! Commercial ve-
hicles excluded.
WE CARRY
ONLY THE VERY
FINEST PRODUCTS
FOR YOUR CAR
BE Goodrich
MICHELIN
STEEL BELTED RADIALS
I.R.I.
ALL STEEL RADIAL
THE 50,000 MILE TIRE
Plus our own line
of specially priced
private label
tires offering you
excellent service
at the lowest price.
BFGoodrich
STEEL BELTED
RADIAL
WHITEWALLS
ATA
FANTASTIC
OUR REGULAR PRE-STRIKE SELLING PRICE
SIZE
BR78-13
CR78-14
DR78-14
ER78-14
FR78-14
GR78-14
HR78-14
GR78-15
HR78-15
JR78-15
LR78-15
REG PRICE SALE F.E. TAX
5286 42.29 2 16
53 21 42.57 2 31
5552 44.42 242
5803 46.43 249
60 56 48.45 2 69
6323 50.58 289
66 54 53.23 307
66 38 53.10 297
68 22 54.58 3.15
7051 56.41 331 1
75.25 60.20 347 A
EXPERTLY TRAINED
STAFF OF
MECHANICS
FOR YOUR CAR CARE
WHEEL BALANCE
ALIGNMENT
BRAKES
STEERING
BATTERY
BRAKE SPECIAL
FOR DISC BRAKES
Install new Delco
(not rebuilt) front wheel
disc pads
Check rotors & calipers
Repack outer front wheel
bearings (if needed)
Adjust and bleed brakes
(if needed)
Add brake fluid (if needed*
Check & Adjust rear brakes
COMPACT & INTERMEDIATE CARS
OO95
MB M $34 95
NORTON
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TIRE CO.
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BUDGETTERMS
AVAILABLE
WE HONOR:
MASTER CHARGE
BANKAMERICARD
AMERICAN EXPRESS
DINERS CLUB
SHOPPERS CHARGE
CENTRAL MIAMI
5300 NW 27th Ave 634-1556
CORAL GABLES
Bird & Douglas Road 446-8101
NORTH MIAMI
'3360 NW 7th Ave 681-8541
N. MIAMI BEACH
'700NE 163 St 945-7454
MIAMI BEACH
1454 Alton Road 672-5353
SOUTH OADE
u,l.V.S D""e Hw* 667-7575
HIALEAH/PALM SPRINGS MILE
1275 49th St 822-2500
CUTLER RIDGE
20390 S Dixie Hwy 233-5241
WEST MIAMI
Bird 4 Ga'loway Rds 552-6656
HOMESTEAD
30100 S Fede-alHwy 247-162?
W. HOLLYWOOD
497 s s"le Rd 7 987-0450
m/1 "UOERDALE
1740E Sunns* Blvd 463-"588
PLANTATION
381 ^State Rd 1 587-2186
11t,POMPANO BEACH
U~Val Hw 943-420O
c,WfSTPALMBE*CH
515 South Dixie 832-3044
LAKE PARK/N PALM BEACH
532 N Lake Blvd 84S-2544
FT PIERCE
2604 South 4th St 464-8020
VERO BEACH
755 21st Street 567-1174
ORLANDO
3620 E Colonial Dr 896-1141
WINTER PARK
881 S Orlando Ave 645-5305
DAYTONA BEACH
907 Volusia Ave 256-7487
NAPLES
2085 E Tamiami Tr 774-4443


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