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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
49 Number 38 Fred K. ShochetFriday. Sept. 17, i?76 Miami. Florida | Friday, September 17, 1976
By Mail w cents Two sections Price 25 cents
Ford, Carter Vow Ties to Top Jewish Causes
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) Democratic Presidential
bminee Jimmy Carter, in an address here before
B'nai B'rith Convention, pledged that if he is
JDL'er
Turns State's
Evidence
By BEN GALLOB
INFW YORK (JTA)
homas Macintosh, 36, of
loodbury. N.J.. one of
|ur Jewish Defense
^ague members arrested
an 11 -count federal
Jictment stemming from
jeged harassment of
>ign officials, has
tided to turn state"s
idence and will be a
89 for the prosecution,
Jewish Telegraphic
tencj has learned from
Cable sources.
Nlarlntosh, described by
|e JDL as a convert, was
tested by the FBI June 8
1th Steven F.hrlich, 21, of
in Francisco, on Staten
land. Both were en route
)m New Jersey.
[\l\ FBI -aid the car in which
Intosh and Ehrlich were
injr contained explosive
rials The JTA also was
' i hai Macintosh has
held in protective custody
his arrest. JDL officials
lined to comment on the
nrt about him.
Ehrlich came here from San
incisco :ind was arraigned last
K Hi was freed Aug. 31 on
5.0(h) ash bond, the same
Continued on Page 11-A
elected President he will
"promote human rights in
our imperfect world" in-
cluding combating the
Arab economic boycott,
international terrorism,
support for emigration
from the Soviet Union and
the United Nations
genocide treaty.
Carter also called "for
closer ties with our
traditional allies and
stronger ties with the State
of Israel." He did not am-
plify his statement on
Israel.
Reiterating his strong
opposition to international
terrorism. Carter said "we
should quit being timid and
Continued on Page 5-A
President Ford
::::
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
GOVERNOR CARTER
WASHINGTON
pledged anew his
outlining his views on the
process" and view on the
Middle East promised
"legislation if necessary,"
to oppose the Arab
economic boycott.
Addressing 1,500
delegates at the B'nai
B'rith International Con-
vention at the Washington
Hilton Hotel, Ford also
said he was working with
Soviet Communist Party
Secretary Leonid I.
Brezhnev and key members
of Congress to rest#re
Soviet Jewish emigration
to its previous levels.
HE ALSO said he was sup-
porting "international action to
stamp out terrorism wherever it
occurs, and promised U.S.
support for Israel against "at-
Continued on Page 12-A
- (JTA) President Ford has
support for a "strong Israel" in
Middle East "negotiating
Record of Ten Years of Shame'
iiiiiMiiiMiiittMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiTniiimiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiii
Report Reveals Commerce Dep't.
Helping Industry Boycott Bow
WASHINGTON
(JTA) A House sub-
committee that has been
investigating for 18 months
Arab boycott practices
against American com-
panies trading with Israel,
said today in an extensive
report signed by 15 of its 16
members that the De-
partment of Commerce
serves to en-
" actually
Mdemic Anti-Semitism
Bombings in Argentina
rorists Identify Themselves 2-A Ambassador Offers Apologies 9-A
feUENOS AIRES (JTA) A Jewish school in the Flores
larter and a synagogue oi. Olleros St. were extensively
Mged by powerful bombs that exploded at dawn last
idiiy There were no casualties.
The latest bombing incidents against Jewish institutions
^re reported by the DAI A, which appealed to the government
public opinion to condemn the attacks and make every
t to apprehend and punish the perpetrators.
THE DAIA, the central representative body of Argentine
wry, described the bombings as part of a systematic criminal
Continued on Page 3-A
courage" the practices and
recommended specific
legislation to deter them.
The report by the sub-
committee on oversight and
investigations led by Rep.
John Moss (D., Cal.)
concluded that "at least
$4.5 billion worth of U.S.
sales and proposed sales to
Arab countries in 1974 and
1975 were subject to
boycott requests." It
estimated that American
exporters "complied with
at least 90 percent" of all
boycott requests "con-
tained in boycott-affected
sales documents reported
to the Department in the
last two years."
THE DEPARTMENT, the
report also charged, encouraged
the boycott "implicitly by
condoning activity declared
against national policy or simply
by looking the other way while
these practices grew."
At a news conference at which
the approximately 30,000-word
report was made public, Moss.
Rep. James Scheuer ID., N.Y.),
who requested the sub-
committee's investigation in
March. 1975. and Rep. Henry
Waxman (D.. Cal.) blamed
former Commerce Secretary
Rogers C. B. Morton and the
Commerce Department's policy
Continued on Page 6-A
Mexico Flooded
With Hate
Literature
By CHAIM LAZDEISKI
MEXICO CITY -
(JTA) A dangerous
increase of Arab
propaganda and anti-
Jewish and anti-Israel hate
material is flooding Mexico,
it was disclosed here by
Sergio Nudelstejer, the
representative of the
American Jewish Com-
mittee in Mexico and
Central America and secre-
tary general of the repre-
sentative body of Mexican
Jewry.
Discussing this situation
at a special meeting of the
central Jewish committee
which was attended by
representatives of all the
Jewish communal agencies
in Mexico, Nudelstejer said
Mexico is being flooded
with anti-Semitic material
from Argentina in the form
of leaflets, books and
pocket editions published
by agents of the Palestine
Liberation Organization
and Arab embassies.
IN ADDITION to this
Continued on Page 11-A
Arab Consortium Buys
Shares of Reynolds Stock I
N:iW YORK (JTA) A Paris-based in-
ternational consortium, half of which is made up of banks
in oil-rid. Arab states, including the Persian Gulf prin-
cipalities, Saudi Arabia and Libya, has purchased nearly
10 percent of the common stock of Reynolds Securities
International, one of America's largest securities
organizations.
The transaction was
announced here by
Reynolds' chairman,
Robert M. Gardiner, who
stressed that the sale was a
ustrian Advocates Purchase ofKfir Fighter
VIENNA (JTA) Austrian Defense Minister Karl
ttKindorf has advocated the purchase of Israeli Kfir in-
ceptor fighter jets for the Austrian army. Luettgendorf, who
urned from Israel Thursday where he tested the Kfir (young
') fighters, said he would propose their purchase as "in-
ceptor fighters are indispensable for the defense of Austria's
Jtrality."
THE MINISTER said the fighters should be purchased
under a special financing plan, as the regular Austrian budget
does not provide funds for such a purchase. Luettgendorf said
the decision to purchase the Kfirs will be made at the end of this
year.
Austrian Chancellor Bruno Kreisky said earlier this
summer he was against the purchase of interceptor fighters.
private arrangement
between a group of in-
dividual shareholders who
wanted to liquidate and
that Reynolds itself was
not a participant.
GARDINER SAID, however,
that the sale of 500,000 shares
was welcomed by Reynolds
because it would serve as a
channel through which petro-
dollars will flow into constructive
investments in the free world.
He noted that "insider" share-
holders of Reynolds continue to
own approximately 50 percent of
Continued on Page 13-A


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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
I
, 49 Number 38 Fred K. Shochet Friday, Sept. 17,1976 Miami. Florida | Friday, September 17, 1976
By Maul 30 Crau Two sections Price 25 cent-
Ford, Carter Vow Ties to fop Jewish Causes
(fyyemorCarter
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
,'ASHINGTON (JTA) Democratic Presidential
linee Jimmy Carter, in an address here before
B'nai B*rith Convention, pledged that if he is
elected President he will
"promote human rights in
our imperfect world" in-
cluding combating the
Arab economic boycott,
international terrorism,
support for emigration
from the Soviet Union and
the United Nations
genocide treaty.
Carter also called "for
closer ties with our
traditional allies and
stronger ties with the State
of Israel." He did not am-
plify his statement on
Israel.
Reiterating his strong
opposition to international
terrorism, Carter said "we
should quit being timid and
Continued on Page 5-A
JDL'er
'urns State's
Evidence
By BEN GALLOB
IEW YORK (JTA)
jmas Macintosh, 36, of
)dbury, N.J., one of
ir Jewish Defense
[gue members arrested
an 11 -count federal
let mint stemming from
}gi'd harassment of
>ign officials, has
ided to turn state's
line and will be a
less tor the prosecution,
Jewish Telegraphic
Bnc\ has learned from
ible sources.
ladntosh. described by
[JDL as a convert, was
feted by the FBI June 8
Steven Ehrlich, 21, of
Francisco, on Staten
Ind. Moth were en route
New -Jersey.
\Y. FBI said the car in which
Into-h and Ehrlich were
u contained explosive
trials The JTA also was
; hat Macintosh has
held in protective custody
his arrest. JDL officials
Bed in comment on the
ft about him.
rlich came here from San
msio and was arraigned last
H( was freed Aug. 31 on
ash tmnd, the same
President Ford
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) President Ford has
GOVERNOR CARTER
pledged anew his support
outlining his views on the
process'* and view on the
Middle East promised
"legislation if necessary,"
to oppose the Arab
economic boycott.
Addressing 1,500
delegates at the B'nai
B'rith International Con-
vention at the Washington
Hilton Hotel, Ford also
said he was working with
Soviet Communist Party
Secretary Leonid I.
Brezhnev and key members
of Congress to restore
Soviet Jewish emigration
to its previous levels.
HE ALSO said he was sup-
porting "international action to
stamp out terrorism wherever it
occurs, and promised U.S.
support for Israel against "at-
Continued on Page 12-A
for a "strong Israel" in
Middle East "negotiating
Record of Ten Years of Shame'
[iiiiHHiiHiHMMiiiiiiiiimiiiirrrmniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiii
Report Reveals Commerce Dep't.
Helping Industry Boycott Bow
WASHINGTON
(JTA) A House sub-
committee that has been
investigating for 18 months
Arab boycott practices
against American com-
panies trading with Israel,
said today in an extensive
report signed by 15 of its 16
members that the De-
of Commerce
serves to en-
partment
"actually
continued on Page 11-A
\idemic Anti-Semitism
lombings in Argentina
Brisis Identify Themselves 2-A Ambassador Offers Apologies 9-A
UENOS AIRES (JTA) A Jewish school in the Flores
Wer and a synagogue oi. Olleros St. were extensively
|aged by powerful bombs that exploded at dawn last
> I here were no casualties.
latest bombing incidents against Jewish institutions
reported by the DAI A, which appealed to the government
public opinion to condemn the attacks and make every
ft to apprehend and punish the perpetrators.
IE DAIA, the central representative body of Argentine
ry, described the bombings as part of a systematic criminal
Continued on Page 3-A
courage" the practices and
recommended specific
legislation to deter them.
The report by the sub-
committee on oversight and
investigations led by Rep.
John Moss (D., Cal.)
concluded that "at least
$4.5 billion worth of U.S.
sales and proposed sales to
Arab countries in 1974 and
1975 were subject to
boycott requests." It
estimated that American
exporters "complied with
at least 90 percent" of all
boycott requests "con-
tained in boycott-affected
sales documents reported
to the Department in the
last two years."
THE DEPARTMENT, the
report also charged, encouraged
the boycott "implicitly by
condoning activity declared
against national policy or simply
by looking the other way while
these practices grew."
At a news conference at which
the approximately 30,000-word
report was made public, Moss,
Rep. James Scheuer (D.. N.Y.),
who requested the sub-
committee's investigation in
March. 1975. and Rep. Henry
Waxman ID.. Cal.) blamed
former Commerce Secretary
Rogers C. B. Morton and the
Commerce Department's policy
Continued on Page 6-A
Mexico Flooded
With Hate
Literature
By CHAIM LAZDEISKI
MEXICO CITY -
(JTA) A dangerous
increase of Arab
propaganda and anti-
Jewish and anti-Israel hate
material is flooding Mexico,
it was disclosed here by
Sergio Nudelstejer, the
representative of the
American Jewish Com-
mittee in Mexico and
Central America and secre-
tary general of the repre-
sentative body of Mexican
Jewry.
Discussing this situation
at a special meeting of the
central Jewish committee
which was attended by
representatives of all the
Jewish communal agencies
in Mexico, Nudelstejer said
Mexico is being flooded
with anti-Semitic material
from Argentina in the form
of leaflets, books and
pocket editions published
by agents of the Palestine
Liberation Organization
and Arab embassies.
IN ADDITION to this
Continued on Page 11-A
Arab Consortium Buys
Shares of Reynolds Stock |
firVf YORK (JTA) A Paris-based in-
ternational consortium, half of which is made up of banks
in oil-rici. Arab states, including the Persian Gulf prin-
cipalities, Saudi Arabia and Libya, has purchased nearly
10 percent of the common stock of Reynolds Securities
International, one of America's largest securities
organizations.
The transaction was
announced here by
Reynolds' chairman.
Robert M. Gardiner, who
stressed that the sale was a
ustrian Advocates Purchase ofKfir Fighter
|VIKNNA (JTA) Austrian Defense Minister Karl
[tgendorf has advocated the purchase of Israeli Kfir in-
ptor fighter jets for the Austrian army. Luettgendorf. who
rned from Israel Thursday where he tested the Kfir (young
I fighters, said he would propose their purchase as "in-
fcptor fighters are indispensable for the defense of Austria's
Tality."
THE MINISTER said the fighters should be purchased
under a special financing plan, as the regular Austrian budget
does not provide funds for such a purchase. Luettgendorf said
the decision to purchase the Kfirs will be made at the end of this
year.
Austrian Chancellor Bruno Kreisky said earlier this
summer he was against the purchase of interceptor fighters.
private arrangement
between a group of in-
dividual shareholders who
wanted to liquidate and
that Reynolds itself was
not a participant.
GARDINER SAID, however,
that the sale of 500.000 shares
was welcomed by Reynolds
because it would serve as a
channel through which petro-
dollars will flow into constructive
investments in the free world.
He noted that "insider'' share-
holders of Reynolds continue to
own approximately 50 percent of
Continued on Page 13-A


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Anti-Semites Identify Themselves
y.Se
Ptemberi
BUENOS AIRES (JTA) A new group callingi
itself the Argentine National Socialist Front has cir-
culated a letter in Buenos Aires claiming responsibility for
the bombings Aug. 27 of two Buenos Aires synagogues
and a drugstore.
The letter, which proclaimed an all-out war against a
Jewish-Bolshevik plutocracy." and which blamed
Argentina's 600.000-member Jewish community for the
country's growing economic problems, was denounced by
an Argentine government spokesman as the work of "an
unimportant minority."
THE SPOKESMAN also was
quoted as saying '.he new group
was "trying to create fear and a
fictitious state of instability to
frighten away foreign in-
vestment." The letter, signed
FNSA, the group's initials in
Spanish, said the bombings of
the Jewish institutions marked
the opening of a campaign of
"diverse punitive operations
against important elements of
international Judaism."
The letter also said the group
was thus identifying "those who
are principally responsible for the
Argentine disaster and national
disintegration" and that its
"war" would end only with "the
extermination of the Jewish-
Bolshevik plutocracy."
The government spokesman
also said that a decision could be
expected within the next two
weeks on demands for a govern-
ment ban on distribution of
bound reprints of Hitler's
speeches, distributed by
Editorial Milicia. a publishing
house which also has issued
reprints of the notorious
Protocols of the Elders of Zion.
THE COMPLAINTS were
made by the Argentine Catholic
Church through Criterio. its
monthly magazine, and by the
DAIA, the central representative
agency of Argentine Jewry The
government spokesman wafl
quoted as saying "we agree that
something must be done to avoid
this type of publication that tries
to divide the people and cre.n.
conflict."
A liberal Buenos Aires paper,
L'Opinion, which published the
FNSA letter, was also the target
of an attempted bombing Aug.
27, according to its Jewish
publisher. Jacobo Timerman. He
said in an article in L'Opinion
that his life had now been
threatened by both the extreme
right and left.
Meanwhile, the DAIA reported
that its office in Cordoba had
protested to authorities against
the bombing of the Sephardic
Club building in Cordoba. The
blast caused heavy damage to the
building. No casualties were
reported
The DMA. also providing
details on the bombings of the
two synagogue* in Buenos Aires,
said the explosives were placed
outside the Murillo Street
Temple and the Sephardic Com-
munity ("enter on Camagargo
Street
But 'Love Feast'Xearing End
Canada Denies Drift Toward Arabs
By BENKAYFETZ
TORONTO (JTA) -
Ivan Head. Premier Pierre
Elliott Trudeau s foreign
policy advisor, has denied
that Canada will tilt away
from Israel toward a pro-
Arab stance in the Middle
East conflict.
Responding to an article
by the Toronto Star's
foreign affairs writer. Mark
Gayn. who claimed that
such a shift would occur
when Canada takes its seat
in the United Nations
Security Council. Head
emphasized that Canadian
foreign policy is designed to
benefit Canada and reflect
the state of the world.
L'NDER NO circumstances
can it be interpreted as directed
against traditional friends of
Canada such as Israel. Head
declared
He said that a speech bv
Trudeau to the Canadian Jewish
Congress two years ago in which
the Premier said there must be
sovereignty, territorial integritv
and political independence for
Israel and every other Middle
East state, was and remains the
definitive statement of Canada's
Mideast policy
Gayn's forecast, however, has
stirred some concern among
friends of Israel. The writer, who
is known to hold strong pro-
Israel views, claimed that as a
member of the Security Council.
Canada would side increasingly
with the Third World even at the
risk of antagonizing some of its
traditional allies and partners.
HE SAID that some members
of Parliament were worried bv
the expected tilt away from
Israel. Canada will not agree to
the destruction of Israel and is
certain to press for its preser-
vation as an independent state
"within secure boundaries."
But the "love feast" with
Israel is nearing its end. Gavn
claimed. He said that so far the
Ottawa government has been
unable to decide where Israels
"secure" boundaries should lie
and has no idea of how much of
Israel will remain after the maps
are drawn.
Gayn also warned that then' i~
now, in the Kxternal \
I'epartment. an influential group
of Arabists who favor leaning
on Israel" to induce it to make
concessions.
IN TEL AVIV Sept 2.
Trudeau and his wife ended their
four-day visit to Israel on a
cordial note. But the Canadian
chief executive refused to answer
reporters' questions about
Canada's Middle East policy
Premier Yitzhak Rabin, who
saw the Truedaus off at Ren
Gurion Airport, said that
Canada's policies would be
determined by its own best in-
terests. Rabin, and Israeli
Foreign Minister Yigal Allon
met privately with Trudeau
during his visit.
They said the Canadian leader
had earned a great deal about
Israel and its ideas for a Mideast
settlement. "When the Middle
East is discussed in Canada I am
sure the Prime Minister will
know the subject thoroughly
Rabin said.
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Arms Sales to Saudis Attacked
BvJOSKPHPOLAKOFF
I1U ,()RK (JTA)
proposed sale by the
Administration of
[, than $600 million in
usticated weapons to
[ili Arabia was criticized
far u excess of Saudi
bias defensive needs by
Conference of
fcidents of Major
ferican Jewish Or-
jzations in a telegram to
lident Ford.
the telegram. Rabbi
lander Schindler. Con-
nce chairman, indicated
"collective and
lound concern" of the
lerence's 32 member
uizations over the
bosed sale, adding that
extent and type of
onrv proposed for
li Arabia "threaten
Dusly to upset the
fcate arms balance in the
Idle East."
NOTED that "the huge
|and nature of the proposed
i the gravest peril
|e security <>f Israel which is
so closely to our country's
ejiir interests." Schindler
said the President's
Misider.it inn" of the arms
(was "urgently requested."
p proposed sale, disclosed in
Administration's required
l of notification to Congress.
REP. FASCELL
calls for transfer to Saudi Arabia
of 850 Sidewinder missiles, 600
Maverick TV-guided air-to-
ground missiles, and 1.000 TOW
anti-tank missiles. The cost of the
850 Sidewinders was put at $75
million.
Other letters to Congress
indicated that Israel is to be sold
$169 million worth of bombs,
missiles and helicopters.
Altogether, a total of $6 billion in
arms sales was listed by the Ad-
ministration for Congressional
action within 30 days.
CONGRESS will adjourn Oct.
2 for the Presidential election
recess. Pakistan. Turkey and
Iran are listed as other pur-
chasers, with Iran's total of
almost $4.5 billion, mostly for
aircraft, leading the list.
The proposed sale to Saudi
Arabia came under fire also from
Rep. Kenjamin Rosenthal (D..
N.Y.) who said the proposed
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Saudi Arabia's emergence as the
arsenal of the Arab wnrld and is
another step toward making it a
confrontation state with Israel."
Congressional sources said
Rosenthal plans to introduce
resolutions disapproving the sale
of the three types of missiles to
Saudi Arabia.
THE SENATE Foreign
Relations subcommittee on
foreign aid. headed by Hubert
Humphrey (I).. Minn.), and its
House counterpart, headed by
Rep. Dante Pascell (D.. Pla.i.
were to hold hearings on the
proposed arms sales in about 10
days. Rosenthal has the support
of Fascell and other Repre-
sentatives in his opposition to the
weapons sales to Saudi Arabia.
The Administration's arms
package for Saudi Arabia also
includes a proposed outlay of
$215 million for housing at
Tebuk, near the Saudi-Jordanian
border, for the Saudi Arabian
king's modern national gaurd.
according to official U.S. sources.
Other proposed construction
funding is for a headquarters at
Riyadh for $13 million and for a
naval training center at Jubayl
near the Persian Gulf oil fields.
Torah Education
Year Proclaimed
In New York
NEW YORK (JTA) -
Mayor Abraham D. Beame has
proclaimed the 1976-77 school
year as "The Year of Torah
Education" in New York City.
The resolution, which supports
the campaign by the Lubavitcher
Rebbe. Rabbi Menachem M.
Schneerson. to give every Jewish
child a Jewish education, was
accepted by Rabbi Shmuel M.
Butman, director of the College
and University Council of the
Lubavitch Youth Organization.
Beame's resolution, noting
that the Lubavitch's in-
ternational headquarters have
been in New York City for 36
years, said that "this drive will
not only strengthen the innate
religious feelings of the Jewish
inhabitants of our city, but will
also lend added force and vitality
to their moral and ethical
values."
More Bombings in A rgentina
Continued from Page 1 A
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unqualified revulsion against vandals and anonymous
assassins plaguing Argentina.
The attacks on the Jewish community are characteristic of
totalitarianism and should serve as a warning to the govern-
ment t hat anti-Semitic agitation and its accompanying violence
could exacerbate acute problems facing the country and harm
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* Jen i^t Fk ridicir
Z^^-Pt-mbem
Selichot services Saturday night will usher in Selichot
week, during which we prepare ourselves for the High Holv
Days.
The Hebrew word soloach refers to a plea for forgiveness,
and during Selichot services. Jews throughout the world
will recite prayers in which they ask divine forgiveness for
the sins and errors the committed during the outgoing year
Beyond all things. Selichot underscores our recognition
that man is imperfect that there is no man anywhere who
has not committed some wrong.
In this sense, Selichot well prepares us for Rosh
Hashanah because it counterbalances the breathtaking
achievements of our technological civilization, which all too
often give us the feeling that our horizons are not only
endless, but a seal set upon our ultimate perfection.
Almost as important is the human recognition that,
alone, we cannot cope with the mysteries of our existence.
And so the Selichot service asks not only for forgiveness,
but for divine guidance, as well.
Selichot puts us in the perfect mood for the Days of Awe
just one week hence.
Dignity and Age
Jewish Family and Children's Service boasts of many
agency achievements. One such deserving community
comment and praise is the JFCS guardianship program for
the aged incompetent.
n ?Uu"ng,^he ^"ef span of time since its inception in
October 1973, the program has been appointed by the court
to be the legal guardian of eight men and five women
ranging in age from 76 to 95.
According to JFCS agency consultants, good ad-
justments have been made. Important support has been
given to those incapable of taking care of themselves At
the same time, their legal rights and privileges have not
been compromised.
This is a pleasant turn of events in the geriatric field
where old persons are all too frequently treated
inhumanely. JFCS is showing how dignity and age can go
hand-in-hand. e
Forgiveness, inadequacy A Secret Jerry, Hank Colloquy
THE OTHER day. when Jerry
Ford was walking Hank
Kissinger to Hank's old jalopy
that would take him to the
airport and an economy flight to
Africa. NBC Radio managed to
record a snippet of the con-
versation between the two men in
which Jerry wished his Old Pal a
ban voyage.
With penetrating insight.
Jerry allowed as how it was going
to be a difficult and even
dangerous trip on which Hank
was embarking.
On the other hand, it might
djlll
IIIMIIIHie
Leo
Mindlin
turn out all right in th. ,
anyway, if onlvH,ink(.nii*N
Rhodesia and Sou* 583
Namibia see eye-to^ye
, ONE THiNG for S11_
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included the Is \'"
didn't elabora., ,h:W|^>
already as good M n gh
stifle10 d Ca
I could tell from tr* -.,
Jerry s vo.ee. though, thatT..
the same tone of Nolre he../,*".
North Vietnam when?
released a list of 12 MU
now longer MIA but gonetou!
great reward after Mplnc,t0
democracy in Southeast Asia
.knj tFlat occasi<>n. J~
thundered that Hanoi 2
vicious and cruel onlv to rele*
12 names when they must U
hundreds on file and that
sort of behavior was em,
unacceptable to him. and fuitW,
more. Vietnam better watchI
if that was their attitude.
WATCH Ol'T for what. '
didn t say, just like hedidntw
what would happen if someboft
like Cuba for instance, dared a
butt into Africa's affairs leal
speculate though Posatblj *|
might hold out a bit longer tiJ
secretly planned before we stm
pumping billions into a Nortk I
Vietnamese recovery plan justaI
show our whole operation there ]
was in fun and no offense mew
Anyway, it was an interest!*; |
bon voyage NBC recordw
because it was all oneway. Hank j
didn't say a word He us |
listened.
The probability is that hew*
still overwhelmed by thewayi
Continued on Page 13-A
Legislation Needed
The report by a House Subcommittee that the U S
Department of Commerce "actually serves to encourage'
the Arab boycott practices against American companies
trading with Israel should not be too surprising The
knuckling under by the Commerce Department and the
American business community to Arab boycott demands
has been a shameful blight on this country's reputation
The Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations of
the House ( ommittee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce
studied the Department's record for the years 1974 and
1975. It found that American exporters "complied with at
least 90 percent'' of all boycott requests.
More important is the charge by the Subcommittee that
the i ommerce Department encouraged the boycott "im-
plicitly by condoning activity declared against national
policy or simply by looking the other way while these
practices grew."
This "record of 10 years of shame." as one Congressman
put it. should be proof that Administration spokesmen are
wrong when they argue that existing laws can end the
boycott. American firms have demonstrated, with some
exceptions, that they lack the backbone to resist Arab
boycott demands. Strong federal legislation is needed to
prevent their compliance.
And as the Subcommittee report has shown, putting a
enforced '* "^ e"Ugh" U mUSt ** vi&orous|y
The Primary Turned Out All Right
With some very few ex-
ceptions, the First Primary-
turned out quite all right Good
people were elected, some bad
ones defeated And the small
vote? Lovely. I agree with
Goethe that the compact
majority is never ngh. and thai
the truth is always found in the
abused, creative minority.
W hile 1 'm m good company, let
me quote something from Elie
Wiesel's play, "Zalman or the
Madness of God," thai somehow
seems appropriate to this post-
election column:
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Friday, Sept. 17, 1976
Volume 49
22ELUL5736
Number 38
"God," his rabbi Bays at one
point, "requires of man not that
he live but that he choose to live
W hat matters is to choose at
the risk of being defeated
THOSE OF us who voted -
and like me have done so without
fail for many, manv years -
know only too well the pain of
defeat. Not just the defeat of a
favored candidate but the greater
defeat of an ideal, of a cause the
trauma of a trusted official gone
wrong.
To say. as so many did. that
voting was a waste because there
is no choice is a display of the
ignorance of the majority who
fortunately remained at home
They chose not to live and I am
grateful that they did so. For
otherwise they might have done
in the good guys, like:
Bill Lehman. Bob Graham
Hennett Brummer. Bill Oliver
Ruth Shack and Sandy
Rubinstein Harvey Ruvin. Jim
Redford. Elaine Bloom. Joe
Oersten Roberta Fox and Bill
Sadowski. Marvin Dunn, Phyllis
Miller name a few that come to
mind.
weS a *?ond go-around on
Sept. 28 and there probably will
be even fewer people involved in
the voting even though there is
unfinished business involving in
particular, the legislative run-offc
involving incumbents whose
record- were such that. no. by
coincidence either, they face
deserved defeat.
MOREOVER, m House
District 118, Nikki Beare con-
fronts .i man whose record and
support by something called the
United Citizens Council -
remember the history of such
"Citizens Councils" deserves a
lot more scrutiny than it has been
given. (At Tiger Bay recently.
Paul Bates, admittedlv a con-
servative, also confessed to
having switched from the
Republican Party because it was
a "do-nothing party, and I'm not
a do-nothing person." What's he
planning to do in the more liberal
Democratic atmosphere?)
It might interest the stay-at-
homes that while they were
relaxing with not a care, the
Catholic Church was busy trying
to impose its dogma on the rest of
us by questioning local can-
didates (not only Jimmy Carter
and Gerald Ford) about its
constitutional amendment to ban
abortion.
WHILE IT received no reply
from Rep. I*hman. the Voice,
which was sent out to all
Catholics in the Greater Miami
area with the objective of in
luencing his defeat, pointed out
that he had voted against pro-
hibiting Federal funds from being
used to assist poor people with
legal abortions like deal
annulments, .ha. privilege l<
reserved forthei
Prom the re-iil: ii is nbviou
that the heal th
have answered ai ill and thus not
incur the wral I
elections in term-
on ly.
Th
November's \
the United States would indicate (
thai close to a of those
eligible will no)
right a- manj 10 milfai
fewer than in 197-
THEY
the younger.
INCLl DE, as usual
the iHtorer, those
wit h com par tl
little
education who if they thini
about it at all believi
have little -lake ii i systemtaH
doesn't careabo
Added to th. '.
unexpected dropping out by the
middle class which traditional?
has provided the highest per-
centage of voter- \nd thesocia
studies can make no clear-cut
statement on whv all this a
happening.
As elitist as this sounds'
persist in mv refusal to weepo
those who do net vote a"
particularly those who dont
believe there is a d,ffe""j
among the candidates. Those
liberals who wouldn't vote W
Humphrey and stayed homeP*
Nixon and the Burger Supra*
Court.
THOSE AGAINST *
control can intimidate H^
because it's too much trouble"'
the majority who want control
choose.
One of these days we II &*
amendment to allow prayer in'
public schools because the sut i
at-homes let the Catholics impo*
their dogma in this elect*
What matters is to choose, not*
be defeated by not acting, ana
is obvious that not many are
for the task.


Lday. September 17. 1976
* Ahi^tfkridHictn
Page 5-A
K. Under Pressure;
More on Roselli
kandcfso
V\\ VSMINGTON Secretary
StateHenry Kissinger recently
lurned from Zurich where he
L with South Africa's Prime
Jnister John Vorster. The two
L tiated in (he strictest
fcreo N"> sini"t> lne Vietnam
L !,..- Kissinger been so
I veaboul his purposes.
However, inside sources told
Tthal Kissinger urged Vorster
[make some major concessions
the blacks. Kissinger asked
to grant independence to
luthwesl Africa. The new
id,,,,, ol course, would be
Kerned by us black majority.
tsinger also asked Vorster to
his influence with the white
|t.rs ol Rhodesia to submit to
ick majority rule.
llH'T AT the same time.
Esinger is under great pressure
[help South Africa preserve its
\n white regime. The pressure
lies from some of the nation's
*l powerful corporations.
ii-h have strong ties to the
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American industry has a 82
billion stake in South Africa
Over 300 large corporations have
offices there Another six
thousand sell their products in
South Africa. American banks
have loaned hundreds of millions
of dollars to South Africa And
trade between the United states
and South Africa is steadily
increasing.
THIS TROUBLES Iowa's
Sen Dick Clark. He is afraid
Kissinger might wind up as the
diplomatic champion of South
Africa Therefore. South Africa
might become another Vietnam,
with the United States sup-
porting the unpopular side
against the rest of the world.
So the senator has begun an
examination of U.S. policy
toward South Africa. He is
chairman of the Senate sub-
committee on Africa, and will
hold eight hearings this month.
ROSELLI REPORT: We first
broke the story that mobster
John Koselli was missing. We
reported that the only clue his
abductors left was a smudge spot
on the window of his car.
Roselli's body was found later
stuffed in an oil drum in Florida's
Biscayne Hay. The FBI has
Joined the Miami police in the
search for his killers. We can
report, however, that the smudge
spot is still the only clue. The
investigators have been unable to
trace the oil drum or the heavy
chain that was wrapped around
it.
BUT THE signs indictate that
Roselli was the victim of a mob
execution. The murder of Roselli,
a witness before the Senate
Intelligence Committee, was
likely to bring the federal govern-
ment into the case The police
believe, I her. fore, the killing had
to have the approval of Florida's
Mafia overlord. Santos Traf-
Hcante. Both federal and Florida
lawmen, therefore, are in-
vestigating Trafficante.
The flamboyant Roselli was
more than just another hoodlum.
He masterminded the attempt to
assassinate Cuban Premier Fidel
Castro for the Central
Intelligence Agency He used
elements from the Havana un-
derworld in the plot. They were
Cubans who had been left behind
after Castro closed down the
Mafia's gambling casinos in
Havana.
IT TOOK a high Mafia leader
to make the arrangements with
the Havana underworld. Roselli
brought in the Chicago God-
father, Sam (iiancana. to set up
the assassination attempts.
The whole scheme was almost
exposed over (iiancana's love for
a woman, (iiancana was in
Florida helping to plan the
Castro killing when he learned
that his girl friend had struck up
a romance with a Las Vegas
comedian.
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promising to bug the lovers'
room and give a full report to
(Iiancana. A private eye was
hired to plant the bug. But
unhappily, he was caught.
THIS RESULTED in an
investigation that might have
exposed Giancana, Roselli and
the Castro assassination scheme.
We have learned that the CIA
quietly intervened with the
Justice Department to block the
investigation. The bizarre
episode has been hushed up all
these years
SHIP SHORTAGE: During
the recent Korean crisis, the
Navy moved the aircraft carrier
Midway into Korean waters. The
move was intended as a warning
to the North Koreans not to
violate the 23-year armistice.
But classified documents
cautioned that the Navy was
short of ships in the Far Fast to
back up a military play. Many of
the ships are also run down. They
are manned, in some cases, by
incompetent crews.
With the close of the Vietnam
W ar. the Navy's combat crews
have had no one to combat. They
are at loose ends, whiling away
their time. Living conditions
aboard ship have deteriorated.
Therefore, morale is low.
discipline lax and efficiency poor.
THE CLASSIFIED
documents show that the fleet
has been neglected, with in-
frequent practice runs and
inadequate equipment. Routine
refueling operations at sea, for
example, have resulted in half-a-
dozen collisions since the
Vietnam War. At best, the fleet is
only in fair fighting condition.
Yet the admirals always
manage to squeeze enough
money out of the budget for their
own comforts. No less than
President Ford has complained,
according to confidential White
House minutes, that the military
brass deliberately cuts muscle
instead of fat when he orders a
budget reduction.
Carter WillPush
Human Rights_
Continued from Page 1-A
join Israel and other
nations in moving to stamp
out international terrorism
once and for all."*
ON THE Arab economic
boycott, Carter said he found it
unacceptable that we have in
effect condoned the efforts of
some Arab countries to tell
American businesses that in
order to t rade with one country or
company they must observe
certain restrictions based on race
or religion. These so called Arab
boycotts' violate our standards of
freedom and morality."
Carter said lie has "regret"
that the senior officials of the
Ford Administration "told
Congress that efforts should not
Ik' made to address this basic-
issue of human rights."
The Administration testified
that it opposed legislation
pending in Congress that would
enable American companies to
refuse to comply with demands
by Arab countries to boycott
Israel and Jewish companies.
Carter, saying that the De-
partment of Commerce has "shut
its eyes to the boycott'* and failed
to "carry out a firm policy"
against it. declared, "if I be*)me
President, all laws concerning
these boycotts will be vigorously
enforced."
PURSUING his theme on
human rights. Carter accused the
lend Administration of having
failed to make 'serious effort to
get the Russians to permit
greater numbers ol people to
emigrate freely to the countries ol
their choice."
Saying "we cannot pass over in
silence the deprivation of human
rights m the Soviet Union," the
Democratic candidate said the
list of Soviet prisoners is long
and includes both Christians and
Jews. I'rging the United States
to lend "more vigorous support"
to the United Nations and other
bodies to attract world attention
to the denial of freedom. Carter
said the U.S. itself should move
toward Senate ratification of
important treaties in that area.
AMONG them he included the
UN Genocide Convention which
has been before the Senate since
President Truman first presented
it 27 years ago the convention
against racial discrimination and
covenants on political and civil
rights.
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Is Lecture Topic
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"Shofaring in the High Holy
Days" series will be presented by
Simcha Freedman, rabbi of
Temple Adath Yeshurun.
He will discuss "righteous-
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8:15p.m.
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Commerce Dept. Helps Boycott
Continued from Page 1-A
since 1965 as being chiefly
responsible for what Scheuer
called "a record of 10 years of
shame."
The Kxport-Administration
Act. passed in 1965. calls for
reports from American com-
panies subjected to demands by
Arab countries against trading
with Israel or with companies
that trade with Israel or those
owned or administered by Jew -
MORTON HAD refused to
make the reports public on the
grounds of confidentiality, but
made them available in Sep-
tember. 1975. when the House
Committee on Interstate and
Foreign Commerce, parent body
of the subcommittee, adopted a
contempt citation against him.
Morton re-:gned as Secretary
last February.
In a supplementary report, six
of the subcommittee members
said the investigation has
opened the wall of secrecy which
has surrounded much of the Arab
boycott."
But it declared that "strikingly
absent" from it and obscured
even today by Commerce
Department policy, is the answer
to the question of how many
businesses have changed their
business practices in order to
comply with the boycott's
restrictions and have in effect
become tools in the Arabs'
economic warfare against the
State of Israel."
NEVERTHELESS, the six
members said "despite thu
inevitable shortcoming. this
report is a damning chronicle of
evasion and subversion by
several Administrations and, to a
lesser extent, by the business
community of the clear Con-
gressional mandate opposing
boycotts and restrictive trade
practices." The six signers were
Reps. Moss. Waxman. Scheuer.
Anthony Toby Moffett (D..
Conn.I. Richard (Hunger (D..
N.Y.I and Andrew Maguire (D..
N.J.I.
Rep James M. Collins (D..
Tex.), the subcommittee's lone
dissenter from the report,
declared he holds "no briel for
the boycott but contended that
"the answer to the problem- it
has caused "cannot be
ameliorated by the restrictive
legislation that is being con-
sidered by the House and the
Senate at this time nor by the
legislative recommendations" in
the report.
Legislation adopted by a
Senate-House conference for the
tax reform bill would deny tax
benefits to American companies
that engage in a boycott.
PROPOSALS for the Export-
Administration Act. adopted by
the Senate and awaiting House
action, would compel public
disclosure of all Arab boycott
demands on American companies
and impose penalties of up to
SI 0.000 for each failure to do so.
Collins contended at the
briefing that "the ultimate
answer" to the boycott problem
lies in "a just and lasting peace in
the Middle East." Saying that
"we consider the Middle East the
frontier of this country and we
mean to keep the peace there."
Collins added the subcommittee's
recommendations if adopted into
law would "aggravate the
successful and peaceful relation-
ship" the United States has with
the Arab countries.
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Communications Director Horace
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Richardson, Morton's successor,
said that the Department has not
yet received a copy of the report.
ASKED BY a reporter about
the possibility of a veto by
President Ford of the pending
legislation, on economic and
diplomatic grounds. Moss said
that a veto would not only be
political dynamite but morally
outrageous.'' adding that "I
would feel very strongly'' on the
moral grounds.
Moss said that the Commerce
Department's handling of the
boycott has not "improved
sufficiently'' although he said it
is "not as bad" as under Mortem
RESPONDING to Collins
point that the U.S. is in-
creasingly dependent on Arab oil.
Moss said the U.S. "doesn't have
to stand in fear of it" or of a loss
of trade with the Arab states
"Certainly we want to get
away from depending on foreign
oil." he sair1 "Hut in the
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he had accepted the position of depute inKcles
director of the Carter Mondale Presidential f*
resigning his post immediately as presidenl of thJ?*
Israel Public Affairs Committee,
Sanders said also that he had a
tor Mondale post because he believed thai Jimmy C
Democratic Presidential nominee, understands theneeA
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felt that AIPAC should not be involved in the
of the election campaign.
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Miss Israel Will
Star for Technion
The glamorous Israeli Army sergeant who went on to
become Miss Universe beautiful Rina Messinger will be
one of the distinguished participants at the 1976 national
dinner of the American Technion Society on Sunday evening.
Oct. 10. at the Hotel Pierre in New York City.
Miss Messinger. whose wide variety of interests include
piloting gliders as well as travel and ballet, is well acquainted
with the importance of technology to Israel, having studied
aerodynamics during her tour of duty with the military.
Friday, Sq^^
d 'FTRST':Life Contract for RabbUlrZ*
Orthodox Jewry throughout
the world mourned the passing
this week of the renowned
Chassidic Rabbi and spiritual
leader of Noveminsk, Nachum
Mordechai Perlow, who suc-
cumbed to illness at the age of 80.
At his funeral, more than
15.000 Jews led by the foremost
scholars, rabbis and deans of
rabbinical seminaries filled the
street in front of Congregation
Adas Yaakov in Borough Park
where Rabbi Perlow served as
spiritual leader.
Rabbi Perlow was a member of
the Moetzes Gedolei HaTorah
(Council of Torah Sages), the
supreme rabbinic body of
Agudath Israel, which sets Torah
policy for Orthodox Jews. He
also served as a member of the
presidium of the organization
was on the Executive Board of
the World Agudath Israel
movement, and was one of the
leaders of the Agudath
Harabonim (Union of Orthodox
Rabbis of the United States and
Canada).
Rabbi Nachum Mordechai
Perlow was bom in 1896 in the
city of Noveminsk. Russia, to the
Chassidic Rebbe Alter Israel
Shimon Perlow. a descendant of
the great Chassidic dynasties of
Europe.
The first "Gamblers
Anonymous" group to help cure
compulsive gamblers was formed
in Israel recently and is func-
tioning regularly, according to
Dr. Gerald Cromer. lecturer in
criminology at Bar-Ilan, Israel's
only religious oriented univer-
sity, who initiated the project
and helps direct and moderate
the group's weekly meetings.
While organized gambling is
illegal in Israel, a number of
private "underground" clubs and
partisan groups exist in the main
cities which operate with cards,
dice and roulette. At the same
time a national lottery and a
football pool are permitted,
whose proceeds are used to build
educational and sports facilities.
"Compulsive gambling," says
Dr. Cromer, "is a disease like
many other addictions. Those
suffering from it have been
known to sit at a gambling table
continuously for three days at a
stretch. Like drug addicts they
often steal or cheat to support the
habit. The effect on family life, of
course, is destructive."
V
RINA MESSINGER
This image, he writes, came from
a number of sources, but mainly
from the aid the Japanese
government received from
financier Jacob H. Schiff. who
arranged loans to Japan during
the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-
05.
Jewish education must become
the chief domestic priority of the
American Jewish community,
according to participants of the
first national conference for
Jewish teachers since World War
II.
The Conference on Alter-
natives in Jewish Education,
planned and sponsored by the
North American Jewish
Students' Network, was held on
the campus of Brown University
in Providence, R.I.. earlier this
month.
The 345 participants ranged in
age from 15 to 76 and came from
every region of the United States
and Canada, including a par-
ticipant from Hawaii. Par-
ticipants included Hebrew and
Sunday school teachers, youth
group leaders, camp counselors,
teachers in Alternative Jewish
schools, students and a number
of principals and administrators.
The remarkable relationship
between the Japanese govern-
ment and the Jewish community
of refugees in Shanghai during
World War II, including
proposals to exchange the
refugees for interned Japanese-
Americans and the sending of
peace feelers to the U.S. via
Prime Minister of Israel
Yitzhak Rabin has appointed a
special committee authorized to
select the theme and design for
the official State Medal com-
memorating the rescue of
hostages from Entebbe, Uganda.
On the committee are Asher
Ben-Nathan, Assistant Minister
of Defense, chairman; Dan
Caravan, artist; Gershon Avner,
executive secretary of the Israel
Government; Mordechai Surkis,
chairman of the board, Israel
Government Coins and Medals
Corp., Ltd.; and Yitzhak Avni,
director-general, Israel Gover-
nment Coins and Medals Corp.,
Ltd.
The National Conference on
Soviet Jewry has learned that
Moscow refusenik Aleksandr
Druk recently received an
esiMw S5c- *-sL3frj*
in a new book published by
Yeshiva University Press.
The book, Japanese, Nazis and
Jews, is by Dr. David Kranzler of
Brooklyn, and grew out of a
doctoral study completed at
Yeshiva University's Bernard
Revel Graduate School in 1971.
The Japanese, Dr. Kranzler
writes, had an "exaggerated
notion of the power of Jewish
financial and political interests"
in China and in the western
world, which was a major factor
in their favorable immigration
policy toward Jewish refugees.
around
there is still time, but a little
more and it will be too late," the
note in his mailbox read. "You
will lose your daughter." Druk
first applied to emigrate to Israel
in 1973.
The threat marks the second
time the Druk family has been
warned to reverse their desire to
emigrate to Israel and the ac-
tivist's daughter has been
threatened. Druk was denied an
exit visa on the grounds that he
had allegedly acquired "state
secrets" as a result of his work in
the Soviet space program.

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urkey Vows Not Cool to Israel
IUSALKM IJTA) -
tin Celebi, a member of the
Ish Senate visiting Israel.
[that his country was ta-
in maintaining friendly
i all nations and that he
not aware of any Turkish
[ggtoward Israel.
,, ,, former Istanbul radio
Idirector, was interviewed on
Israeli radio during a tour of
udios
STRESSED that his visit
rael the first in a long
bv a Turkish political figure
is private. Hut he conceded
it did have certain political
significance.
Turkey, a Moslem country, has
been neutral in the Arab-Israeli
conflict. But Ankara has kept a
low profile with respect to its
relations with Israel.
Celebi observed in his inter-
view that Israel is an existing
fact and Turkey's neighbor. But
he insisted that his visit had
nothing to do with current af-
fairs.
HE SAID he had no details
regarding the fate of two Arab
terrorists who attacked an El Al
plane at Istanbul Airport last
month because he was out of the
country
cident
at the time of the in-
Zionist Conference
Hears Israeli Diplomat
However, he said the terrorists
should be tried in Turkey before
their extradition is considered, if
at all.
Israel said after the airport
assault that it would seek to
extradite the terrorists, but
subsequently announced it will
not do so. The two terrorists have
been formally charged with
murder and the prosecution will
ask for the death penalty. Mean-
while, they are being held in
custody pending trial.
rgentina Apologizes for Bigotry
Bt JOSEPH POLAKOFF
AS1IINGTON
Al Argentine
n idor Arnaldo T.
tsich virtually
igized for the anti-
litic acts of violence in
iqos Aires and the
tribution in Argentina of
ti publications.
leaking with the
fish Telegraphic Agency
fugh the Embassy's
M media officer, first
btary Herman Massini-
lurra, the Ambassador
I am very sorry for
events (bombings and
ttin^si and I hope they
it occur again. We are
ng to arrest people
)onsible, but as of now,
ave no information on
Be arrests. We are trying
stop distribution of all
lications that provoke
Be kinds of acts."
JTH MUSICH and Massini-
a are recent arrivals in
lington, the Ambassador
lint: taken up his duties six
ago .mil the media envoy
t two weeks earlier. Massini-
rra. a diplomat for 11 years.
thai we know the impact of
events is important
art and that the "Jewish
|munii\ is very, very im-
them as "completely isolated
events" and claimed that the
Argentine Jewish community
was "not very worried about
this." The media officer, who was
asked by JTA for a statement on
the violence against Jews in his
country, said that the violence
and publications were attempts
to "move international opinion
against Argentina."
He pointed out that they af-
fected "the sensibility of Jewish
communities in other countries
which could be moved against the
Argentine government."

am
NEW YORK (JTA) Ambassador Dov Schmorak,
acting permanent representative of Israel to the United
Nations, this week urged the Zionist Organization of America
to watch closely the upcoming General Assembly debate and
the voting pattern of each country and "lead the Jews in their
fight against those who attack them."
Speaking at a luncheon of women delegates to the ZOA*s
79th national convention at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. Sch-
morak declared that since last year's General Assembly
meeting "the scope of the attack against Israel by the petro-
Communist group and the satellites was broadened to include
the whole Jewish people and the Jewish movement of national
self-preservation, Zionism."
HE SAID that in the Assembly session that starts Sept.
21 "we can expect a further escalation of these attacks."
Schmorak said that the "Arabs are in alliance with anti-
Semitic extremists of the far left and far right, an alliance which
has produced in the last few months a new wave of virulent
anti-Semitic and pro-Nazi literature in many countries, par-
ticularly in Latin America "
He charged that the "Soviet Union is seeking, by the
attack against Zionism in the UN. to stop the decline of Soviet
influence in the Middle East and at the same time to legitimize
by UN resolutions the brutal Soviet anti-Zionist campaign
within the Soviet Union and the denial of the right of the Jews
for self-preservation as Jews."
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describe the direct regulation of
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man to maintain a constant bodv
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man's environment is com-
fortable or neutral, body tem-
perature is regulated by varying
skin blood flow at rates necessary
to maintain desirable rate of heat
loss.
THE PUMPING force for skin
flow is. of course, the heart. Both
circulating blood and direct
conduction through body tissues
bring necessary amounts of heat
to the skin surface, where it is
lost to the environment in the
form of perspiration.
We start having problems in
this process when humidity is
present. If evaporation is im-
paired because the environment
is humid, body temperature rises.
In other words, for heat to occur
by evaporation, saturation of the
environment (relative humidityt
must be less than 100 percent.
The lower the relative humidity,
the more rapid the evaporation.
The responsibility for trans-
porting large quantities of heat
from central areas of the body,
where it is mainly produced, to
the surface of the body, where it
is mainly lost, rests primarily
with the heart and blood vessels.
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heat load, either of internal origin
as with physical exertion, or with
increase in environmental
temperature, the output of the
heart must increase manyfold.
Patients with heart disease
have difficulty with temperature
regulation because when an
attempt is made by the heart to
increase cardiac output necessary
for temperature regulation, the
heart sometimes "fails" to
provide it. Actually some heart
patients have an impaired ability
to perspire, causing a slight rise
in internal body heat. Thus,
patients with heart disease
should be carefully informed of
this fact, and instructed to avoid
hot and humid environments.
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clothing and other methods to
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avoid times of day when the
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reminded Dade County voters
that the Sept. 28 voting for all
judicial races will serve as the
general election, with no
further balloting in November.
Baxter, the front-running
candidate in the contest for
Dade County Court Judge,
Group 18. pointed out that the
voting in his race and the four
other judicial runoffs is non-
partisan and open to all
registered Democrats,
Republicans. independents
and members of minor parties.
The only candidate in the
Group 18 race with any
judicial experience, former
Judge Baxter served the large
City of North Miami Beach
from 1973 through 1975 with
unprecedented praise from
lawyers and laymen alike.
A past officer of Beth Torah
Congregation, Baxter is a
longtime member of B'nai
B'rith, and has been an active
supporter of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's
Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund
campaigns.
A 25-year member of the
Masons, the 46-year-old
Baxter has had more than 15
years of legal experience in
Florida, more than twice the
time of his opponent.
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arbitrator for the American
Arbitration Association, the
only candidate in the County
Court Group 18 contest with
that important qualification.
Baxter has won endorse-
ments from daily newspapers
from Miami Beach through
Homestead, and in addition
has the official support of such
groups as the Dade Better
Government League. Inc., and
the Condominium Owners As-
sociation. Inc.
a member of the evecuiiie
board of North Dade's largest
synagogue. He has been active
in the B'nai K nth Hillrl
Foundation progranu
Baxter is ,< .
Brooklyn Law Si hool, with a
Juris Doctor degree, and also
holds a B \ d-gree in
sociology and psj.
Mon' endoi i menu for
Baxter have bet n received
from State Rep Barry Kutun.
Leonard Zilbert Herald Sch-
wartz, Burton Loebl, Mayor
Jack Block and Mayor DtleG
Bennett
Baxter also pic
endorsements of t
Order of Police I
the Congress of
zens and of its prt
Friedson. and of (
of Florida. Inc
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A founder of the Hillel
Community Day School,
Baxter is a member of the
Beth Torah Men's Club and
former financial secretary and
A veteran of the I'niud
States Navy during tbt
Korean War, Baxter served *
both enlisted man and officer
He is an active member of tne
Elks, a Boy Scout troop corn-
mitteeman and a member o!
the Optimist Club
He also is a former social
worker and school teacher, and
is admitted to practice belo*
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United States and numerous
district courts and the U>
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Kissinger in Unscheduled Talk ReportIsraelHasmveSubs
\\ \SHINGTON -
[TA) Secretary of State
|nry A. Kissinger,
taking an unscheduled
DtHH'h before the B'nai
rith International
louncil here said "there is
(iisM^reement in our
and those of
srad" in the "main
jvc i ion of our policy"
olh in goals and tactics.
The friendship of the
fnited States and Israel
has always been a touch-
Lni' of the validity of our
trt'iK" policy in general,"
{ vrsaid.
Ill I s ,i test of whether we can
reliable allies. It is a test
whether we understand that
peace must be based on justice
and for all these reasons, we have
worked together in the closest
harmony for many years on the
problem of the security of Israel
which is essential, and on the
problem of the Middle Bast."
Kissinger also said, as
President Ford said, that "1 will
not pretend to you that the future
will be easy."
The Secretary emphasized, "I
do say that the prospects for
negotiating toward peace in the
Middle East seem to me never to
have been better. And as we
negotiate we will always keep in
mind that first it must l>e based
on Israel's strength" and second
that "it must be based on our
common purposes." Moth
Kissinger's appearance and his
brief speech were unexpected.
Five weeks ago. Kissinger had
accepted the B'nai B'rith in-
vitation to make a major speech
but he cancelled his acceptance
three weeks later when President
Ford decided he would address
the convention. Following his
return to Washington from
abroad in his Southern Africa
diplomacy, the State Department
said Kissinger "might drop by"
at the convention briefly.
CONFIRMING this in his
remarks to the delegates,
Kissinger said he was "happily
making a few extemporaneous
remarks" because of Presidential
Democratic nominee Jimmy
Carter's "discourse on morality
in foreign policy."
Without mentioning Carter
directly by name. Kissinger said,
"I want to announce that
morality is not going to be made
an issue in this campaign by our
administration."
idictments Charge Conspiracy
JDL 'er to Turn State's Evidence
IContinued from Page 1-A
t in on which Russel
I ol Brooklyn, former
officer of the JDL, and
Wre} Weingarten, 21, of
iookU n were released after a
anng on Aug. 19, the day the
Jerai indictment was handed
"he indictment charged the
with participating
spiracy which allegedly
hooting into the Soviet
Ission to the United Nations
Flood Of
Anti-Semitic
Literature
In Mexico
Continued from Page 1-A
i- which is being dis-
| ee ol charge by \ral>
n .1 the PLO office to
id intellectuals, there
now appeared in Mexico City
edition of "Tharir"
[ which previously
)' Rome.
' and publisher is
'"in Gloria Lopez
who was a leading
irulenl anti-Israel
and into the Soviet residential
complex in Kiverdale. NY., and
with an alleged pipe-lximbingof a
Gulf Oil sen ice station
THE ARRAIGNMENT hear
ings were held before Judge
Henry Werker, of the Southern
District federal court in
Manhattan, who came under
criticism by both the JDL and
the National Jewish Commission
on Law and Public Affairs
(COLPA) for ordering a JDL
spectator, Sheldon Fine, at the
hearing to remove his yarmulke
or leave the courtroom. Fine left.
Judge Werker. in issuing his
order to Fine, declared that his
court was not a temple. When
Ralph Naden, Kelner's attorney.
objected, declaring that Fine's
"hat" was a religious art icle worn
by observant Jews. Judge
Werker replied he did not care
what the head covering was and
that "no one wears a hat in my
courtroom
COLPA sent a letter on Aug.
26 to Judge Werker. asking for
"clarification" ol his order to
Fine. COLPA later released a
reply from the judge in which the
jurist declared that when he
Issued his order to Fine "I was
unaware of the nature or sig-
nificance of the constant wearing
of the yarmulke by certain ob-
servant Jews."
HE ADDED that "I have
since been advised with regard to
this and will bear this in mind in
future proceedings." Sidney
Kwesterl, COLPA president.
indicated thai on the basis of
Judge Worker's response.
COLPA considered the matter
closed and planned no further
action.
But Bonnie Pechter. JDL
national coordinator, recalled
thai the JDL had publicly
demanded that Judge Werker be
removed and that until he was
removed, he should be barred
from sitting on any cases in-
volving Jews. Informed of Judge
Werker's letter. Ms, Pechter said
1 he JDL as not sat isfied and did
not consider the matter closed.
She said the JDL would, "at an
appropriate time," take legal
action against Judge Werker.
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ousted from that daily
ntlj editing Tharir in
n ol Mexican laws. The
n has no address and is
d but receives the
: material assistance of
nd Arab ambassadors
JHE LATEST edition of
fcrir Mates that "after some
rmh- ol silence" due to its
to Mexico, the
'cation is again in circulation
'will be direct and efficient"
a communications bulletin
fween the Arab world and
1,1 America.
"udelstejer also displayed at
meeting an issue of "Com-
pucado," the organ of a fic-
s issociation of "Friends of
> Peoples in Mexico."
contains malicious and false
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LONDON (JTA) Israel has taken delivery from
Britain of three new submarines during the past year, according
to the 'Military Balance 1976-77," published here by the
International Institute for Strategic Studies.
Last year's report noted that Israel had two submarines in
service with three more on order. The latest report lists Israel as
having five submarines. Neither Israel nor Britain have ever
confirmed that the order was placed, though about two years
ago. when news of the order first leaked out. Arab ambassadors
went to the British Foreign Office to complain about the sale.
VICKERS, at Barrow in Furness, who are believed to have
won the Israeli order, have consistently refused to confirm or
deny that they were building the craft for Israel.
\ spokesman for the company told the Jewish Telegraphic
\gency that while continuing to adhere to this policy, he would
have to describe the data in the military report as "bunk, sheer
bunk."
Libya Trying Image Change
UNITED NATIONS I JTA) Diplomatic sources said
here that Libya was making strenuous efforts to dissociate
itself from aerial hijacking and other acts of terrorism as a
result of Israel's recent accusation that Libya is a center of
international terrorism.
Israeli Ambassador Chaim Herzog made the charges last
month in letters to UN Secretary General Kurt Waldheim and
to the then President of the Security Council protesting the fact
that Libya'8 Ambassador would be this month's Security
Council President.
ACCORDING TO the diplomats. Libyan representatives
have been trying to convince other delgates that Libya does not
support terrorists. A case in point was the hijacking of a Dutch
airliner by Palestinian terrorists.
Libya was one of several Arab countries that refused
landing permission to the seized plane which eventually landed
at Cyprus where its passengers and crew were released
unharmed.
But Libya's role in the Air France hijack was cited by
Israel during the Security Council's debate on the Entebbe
rescue mission last July.
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Ford Pledges 'Strong Israel'
mber
Continued from Page 1A
tempts to deny Israel her full
rights of membership in the
United Nations."
On domestic issues, he said
that he sees "no excuse what-
soever for arbitrary quotas on the
basis of race, religion, national
origin. employment and
education." On this point. Ford
said "in the name of justice for
some, we must not do injustice to
others. Opportunity should be
open to all Americans on an equal
basis."
Charging tbr,- his Presidential
rival, Democratic nominee
Jimmy Carter, "apparently" had
"kicked off the debates" with
him unofficially by his address to
the same audience, the President
broke up what he called his
prepared "appropriately non-
partisan speech" with remarks
including his additional pledge on
the Arab boycott, and inserted
his remarks on his activity on
Soviet Jewry.
CHALLENGING Carter's
remarks on Israel. Ford said
Israel "is one of our traditional
allies and our ties have never
been closer or stronger.'
Declaring that he intends to
pursue the "negotiating process
in the Middle Hast. Ford -aid
that course is "right for America,
right for Israel, right for the
Arabs, indeed right for all the
peoples throughout this world."
Cautioning that "I do not
promise you it will be easy." the
President said that there will be
"no imposed solutions but
agreements whose terms are
hammered out between the
parties, as in the Sinai
agreement."
He also pledged that there
would be "no one-sided con
cessions bul a balanced quid
pro quo in exchange for what is
given up. We will proceed, as w<
did before, in the closest constant
consultation with Israel before,
during and after any
negotiation-
Declaring thai he was proud
to stand on my consistent 28-year
record of support for Israel.
Ford pointed out that the United
State- "will stand firm in its
commitment to Israel's security
and survival Denouncing
farter's criticism of U.S. arms
sales abroad. Ford said "most ol
our arm- go to key countries like
Israel and Iran
HE ASKFI) whether Carter
wanted "the Soviet Union to
have a monopoly" on the sale of
KLMAsked to Probe Anti-Chile Drive
AMSTERDAM (JTAI -
The KLM airline company in this
city has been asked to investigate
reports that the Anne Frank
Foundation is conducting a cam-
paign against the government of
Chile. Chilean tourists have
reportedly complained that the
Anne Frank House has become a
"political instrument" against
their country *s government.
The house is a tourist at- '
traction widely publicized by
many tourist agencies and airline
companies. The KLM, in its
publicity in Chile, advertises the
house as a tourist site and is now
concerned that the anti-Chilean
attitude may adversely affect
Chilean tourist traffic to Holland
via KLM.
The Anne Frank Foundation
said it not only wants to keep
alive the memory of the horrors
caused by fascism during World
War II, but also wants to focus
attention on present-day fascism
and human rights violation-
including violations in Chile
weapons and wants "arms for
moderate as well as radical
countries." The President did not
mention sales to Saudi Arabia,
which have evoked controversy
in the Congress
Pointing to the Arab boycott,
the President said "this involves
U)th moral and legal questions,
domestic as well as international
issues It is easy to escalate
emotionally but not nearly so
easy to resolve rationally
Saying that as President he
bad "taken the Strongest
Executive action in American
history against foreign economic
practices thai discriminate
against American citizens," Ford
-aid thai In- campaign of ad-
ministrative orders and
regulations "together with
careful diplomacy and the efforts
<>f indiv idual United States firm-.
has resulted in easing of boycott
practices and an effective end to
open discriminal ion
Interpolating the words "if
necessary legislation." in his
prepared remark-. Ford added
that he was determined "to make
further progress" against such
discrimination This inter-
polation apparently was in
consideration of reports that
since high Administration of-
ficials oppose the stiff anti-
boycott legislation now before
the Congress, the legislation may
be subjected to a Presidential
v eto
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something to behold. Kven
lemb.r it. Mow could Hank
,/v forget it so soon? That
\x< too much to expect, and
sad thai NBC failed to
,enl on this. Listeners may
,,H draw the wrong con-
s about Hank's silence
se.
MAIN thing about
s last words to his Old Pal
iat they were so un-
stable. Apart from that one
It when he lost his cool
the MI As. those last words
wen truly statesmanlike.
presidential. They had the
ring of an echo barrelling
water main. And about as
conviction, too.
principal thought at that
was how grateful I was
C for showing so much
ity in getting their micro-
right on the farewell
How do they possibly
when such spontaneous
manlike things are going to
ean now people will know
r just how far Jerry and
wen willing to go in order
ig peaiT tn the world and
Bno thought of personal
I d.either.
ESPECIALLY HANK, who 11
be shuffling back to Harvard
soon anyway. Or possibly into
the rosy sunset hand-in-hand
with Nelson Rockefeller. What
can he hope for from all of this
except the knowledge that he
gave a boost to his Old Pal, the
peacemaker, on the eve of
November?
I mean, where does Jimmy
Carter come off in thinking he
can operate on such a grand
scale, a peanut farmer without a
scintilla of experience on such a
global scale? Where does he come
off thinking he can be a
diplomat?
Thank goodness NBC was on
hand to help us arrive at this
important understanding all by
ourselves.
THE SAD thing about the
NBC report is that something
happened just at the point where
the two Old Pals paused for a
final handshake at the door of
Hank's old jalopy. Maybe the
microphone cord was pulled out
by some clumsy technician. Or
possibly it was an accidental tape
erasure.
As it turned out. it's lucky the
signal went dead, because my
own secret sources have since
filled in the gap for me, and you
can see for yourself why it's best


'Palestine' Question
Must be Solved
Bj YITZHAK RABI
IITK1) NATIONS -
I .1 The tackling of
alestinian question is
essential element in
Bving the Mideast
utt\" Secretary
mil Kurt Waldehim
1 in his annual report
e General Assembly
he released Sept. 2.
'he
Palestinian
ision of the Mideast
lem has gained in-
I tention in efforts
Ichieve a just and
liK' peace in that
hi
I SECRETARY General
the Assembly, which
"- Sept. 21, will be
I Wed with the report of the
I mber committee on the
I Wable Rights of the
I pnian People. The com-
I f report was rejected
f in the year by the Security
J cil after the United States
dii
I >il does not recognize the
I Wtee and termed its recom-
Mm as a plan for "the
iction of Israel."
luring to the Arab-Israeli
1 Waldheim stated in his
"Although efforts to
the negotiating process in
Middle East are. in the
'it circumstances, in
*<*. it is vital that they
be resumed in earnest as
as the conditions in the
provide an opening for
^negotiations."
-CIVIL war in Lebanon,
I heim noted, 'has brought
I W and destruction to
I 1(|n He warned that the
I unship of the Lebanese
I to the Middle East pioblem
I 'hole underlines its serious
I tial threat to international
in all its horror and violence, and
the best efforts and intentions of
the leaders concerned and of the
international community appear
unavailing in the face of the
violent passion involved."
Waldheim noted, however,
that despite the situation in
Lebanon the UN Truce Super-
vision Organization "has been
able to continue its important
ta-k ot observing the ceasefire in
the Israel-Lebanon sector."
ON THE issue of international
terrorism. Waldheim said that
"recent events have dramatically
underscored the urgent need for
the world community to find
effective ways of dealing with
acts of international terrorism."
He said that international
terrorism has In-come a threat "to
all governments and people" and
.aid that urgent action to combat
terrorism is needed.
n*
Ctr
Uniting, Waldheim stated:
l^banese tragedy continues
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on not in the sunshine hut in a
darkroom behind locked doors so
nobody can ever find out who is
doing what unto whom.
AS THEY shook hands with
utmost sincerity and smiles and
the kind of firm grip that only
men true to one another can
muster, the following colloquy
occurred:
Hank: Let go of my hand.
You're killing me.
Jerry: Don't louse it up. Who
cares what those shuardes do to
one another? Just keep smiling,
and pretend to be diplomatic.
I>ook profound.
Wan*. That's pretty good
Yiddish almost. But it's not
the Middle East I'm going to.
This Ls Africa, Pal of Mine. Know
any Swahili?
Jerry: I recognize the map.
fatso. You're going where you
loused up Angola. Don't louse
this up. too. You gave Angola to
the Russians for free. How can I
keep threatening them to butt
out if they're already in?
Hank: For free? What should I
have charged them?
Jerry: Maybe I should send
Jimmy Carter instead of you. At
least he knows how to smile.
That's why they like him it's
his big white teeth, a tie between
them. We wouldn't have to write
off the NAACP vote so quir1' if
we sent him.
Hank: What should I have
charged them?
Jerry: You coulda bluffed
Brezhnev the whole African
shram johr. you should excuse
me, for a Brezhnev promise to
keep his hands off the Israel-
Arab horse race.
Hank: You been playing too
much golf without a helmet.
Maybe Dick can wangle you an
invitation to Mao's funeral. That
would keep everybody off my
back while I'm shuffling, in-
cluding you.
Jerry: Smile. The cameras are
still grinding.
Hank: Let go of my hand.
Your sincerity's killing me.
People will misunderstand the
tears in my eyes.
Jerry: Smile. Too bad your
teeth are not as big as What's
His-Name's.
Hank: What did you say about
a shvartz johr?
Their Share is High
Arab Consortium Buys Reynolds
Continued from Page 1-A
the outstanding voting
securities.
The purchase was made by
Banque Arabe et Internationale
d'Investissement (BAIII, a
wholly-owned subsidiary of the
consortium Compagnie Arabe et
Internationale d'Investissement
(CAII).
THE ARAB interest in BAIL
amounting to 50 percent, in-
cludes the government of Abu
Dhabi, three Kuwaiti banks, one
Lebanese bank, the National
Investment Co. of Libya and the
Gumhouria Bank of Libya, banks
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IN A question-and-answer
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stock sale on its various Jewish
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THE QUESTION and answer
sheet dismissed the Arab boycott
issue.
"Boycott has no relevance in
this case, and Reynolds manage-
ment would not tolerate any
boycott philosophy or action in
any aspect of its business," it
stated.
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Page 14-A
fJenist fkridiar
F"day, Septemberl7
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MARKETING 41, at 925 41 St.. Miami
Beach, Fla. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade Countv. Florida.
M ARCYLEFTON
PRBUK. SHOCHET
SI ZANNKSHOCHET
Siipt m. it 24; Del [, IVtt
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVESERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTHJUDICIALCIRCUITOF
FLORIDA, IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-27925
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RK THE MARRIAGE OF
VERM IN JOHN SEVERIN, Husband
,ind
PANSY PAULINE SEVERIN, Wife
To VERNON JOHN SEVERIN
YOI ARK 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 SOL
ALEXANDER. ESQ attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 19 W.
Flagler St Suite 317, Miami, Florida,
and file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Oct. 15,
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 7th
dav of September. 1976.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
ByB.LIpps
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
Sept 10. 17.24; Oct. 1. 1976
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 1088 Palm
Springs Mile, Hlaleah, Florida, Intends
to register laid name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court ol Dade County,
Florida.
HAVANA EXPRESS rNC
By GEN IROC FERN \npi-v
Prei
Sanford H Kramer P \
attorney for Havana Express Inc
17.34 I9M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO 7 6 25940
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
SYLVIE PONYON WOMACK,
Wife i Petitioner
and
FLOYD WOMACK.
Husband Respondent
TO: FLOYD WOMACK
44 NW 27 Street
Miami. Florida
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage A
Vinculo has been filed against you and
commenced In this Court, and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any. to It on HOWARD
FREIDIN. ESQ., of KLTUN. FREIDIN
It .SILBER. P.A., attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 2000 South
Dixie Highway. Suite 206. Miami.
Florida 33133. and file the original with
the Clerk of the above-styled Court on or
before October 15. 1978: otherwise, a
default will be entered against you for
the relief prayed for 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 7th
day of September, 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida
By A Crutcher
Deputy Clerk
KUTUN. FREIDIN*
SILBER. PA.
Attorneys for Petitioner
2000 South Dixie Highway
Suite 205
Miami. Florida 33133
854-5923
Sept 10. 17,24: Oct 1.1976
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIALCIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No. 76-27921
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
YVETTE MYRTILDAVIS.
Wife Petitioner
and
JAMES DAVIS,
Husband Respondent
TO: JAMES DAVIS
63 NW 28 Street
Miami. Florida
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage A
Vinculo has been filed against you and
commenced In this Court, and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any. to It on HOWARD
FREIDIN. ESQ .of KUTUN, FREIDIN
It SILBER. PA, attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 2000 South
Dixie Highway Suite 208. Miami.
Florida 33133. and file the original with
the Clerk of the above-styled Court on or
before Oct 15. 1976: otherwise, a default
will be entered against you for the relief
prayed for 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 7th
day of September. 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr
Deputy Clerk
KUTUN. FREIDIN*
SILBER. PA.
Attorneys for Petitioner
2000 South Dixie Hlgway
Suite 206
Miami, Florida 33133
854 5923
Sept. 10. 17,34: Oct 1,1976
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
11TH JUDICIALCIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 76-24499 Div. 39 (Cowartl
GENERALJURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
CHARLOTTE VOOEL, Trustee.
Plaintiff.
VS.
ELLEN I PRIEST
a widow, et al
Defendants.
TO: ELLEN I PRIEST.
a widow, etal
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a complaint to quiet title has been filed
against you and others by the plaintiff in
the above styled cause In the Circuit
Court In and for Dade County. Florida,
on the following described real
property
Lots 20 and 21 In Block R of
HIALEAH HEIGHTS, according to
the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat
Book 28 at Page 24 of the Public
Records of Dade County. Florida
and you are hereby required to serve a
copy of your answer on plaintiff's at-
torney. HERMAN COHEN. 622 SW 1st
Street. Miami, Florida. 33130. and file
the original with the Clerk of this Court,
on or before October 15. 1976. otherwise
a default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the complaint to
quiet title
Dated this 2nd day of September, 1976
Richard P Brlnker.
Clerk, Circuit Court
By A. Crutcher
Deputy Clerk
Sept 10. 17, 24: Oct 1.1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
KENDALL SKATING CENTER, at 8755
SW 136th Street. Miami. Florida 33176.
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
DADE RECREATIONAL
ASSOCIATES CORP
By Robert L Shapiro. Secretary
MYERS. KAPLAN.
LEVINSON & KENIN
Attorneys for Applicant
Sept 10. 17.24: Oct. 1.1976
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 75 7643
Division John R. Blanton
IN RE: ESTATE OF
HARRY ROSENBLITH
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
the ancillary administration of the
estate of HARRY ROSENBLITH.
deceased. File Number 75-7643. Is pend-
ing In the Circuit Court for Dade
County. Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which Is Dade County
Courthouse. 73 West Flagler Street.
Miami, Florida. The ancillary personal
representative of the estate Is HER-
BERT S SHAPIRO, whose address Is
407 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach.
Florida. 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. WITH-
IN 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 address of the creditor or his
agent or attorney, and the amount
claimed. If the claim Is not yet due. the
date when it will become due shall be
stated If the claim is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the un-
certainty 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
persona] 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 ancillary
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. 10. 1976
HERBERTS. SHAPIRO
As Ancillary
Personal Representative of the
Estate of HARRY ROSENBLITH,
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONA!.
REPRESENTATIVE:
SAMUEL W. FRIED
SHAPIRO. FRIED.
WEIL4SCHEER
407 Lincoln Road. Suite 10-B
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone: (305)538-6861
Sept. 10, 17. 1976
I rc.Al NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERALJURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No. 74-26278
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in KK Trie Marriage Of
IE \n \i \kif. IEROME husband;
ROS \ REYES IEROME
TO ROS \ REYESJEROME
17 Fort Washington
\,-\> York Sew York
YOI \RE HEREBY notified I
Dissolution "f v
agalnsl you and yo
.,.-.,. rother| eadlng tothe Petition
. Husband's Utornej
: 184 NW
iven Miami. Florida 3312S and
ftle ti rigli ill with the Clerk of the
above styled Court on or before this 1st
da) ol October 1976 oi a Default wlllbe
red agalnsl you
1I ITED this 23rd day of August
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of tile Circuit Court
Hs H K Ml SCORELLA D.C
AUg 27 Sept 3 1". 17, lW
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIALCIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERALJURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO 76-27534
NOTICE OF SUIT
RITA BOWK
Petitioner-Wife
and
DONALD BOWE.
Respondent-Husband
TO: DONALD BOWE
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
Y(U DONALD BOWE. are hereby
notified that a Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Petition for
Dissolution oi Marriage on Petitioner
Wife's attorney. Ronald I. Davis. Esq .
P A., 417 Blscayne Building. 19 W
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida 33130
Phone 379-2851, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before
the 15th day of October. 1978. If you fall
to do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief
demanded in the Petition for Dissolution
of Marriage
This Notice shall be published once
each week for four (41 consecutive
weeks in The Jewish Floridlan.
DONE AND ORDERED, at Miami.
Dade County. Florida, this 2nd day of
September. 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By B LIPPS
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Sept 10. 17.24: Oct 1. 1976
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO.76-27676
GENERALJURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage Of:
MARIA MIRANDOCANTILLO.
Petitioner,
and
EMILIOCANTILLO.
Respondent
TO EMILIOCANTILLO
1211B Charlotte Avenue
San Gabriel. California 91776
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you ar.d you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any. to it on RICHARD G
DUNBERG. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is 8585 Sunset Drive.
Suite 180. Miami. Florida 33143, and file
the original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before October 15,
1976: otherwises 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 3rd
day of September. 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By L Barnard
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
RICHARD G Id'NBERG ESQ
8585 Sunset Drive. Suite 180
Miami. Florida 33143
279-8000
Attorney for Petitioner
Sept. 10. 17.24; Oct 1. 1876
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names of
OVATIONS, COMPLIMENTS AC
CLAIM, at 5364 NW 35 Court. Miami
Fla. intends to register said names with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
WOODLANDS FASHIONS. INC
A Florida Corp
Sept. 10. 17.24. Oct. 1,1976
...NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Court of Dade County Florida ^^
MIRY AM ESPIONOSA
Sept 10. 17, 34; Oct 1,1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious
name of K.D.8 DESIGNERS, at
i',:7H Indian Creek I >r Miami
Fla intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court ol Dade County Florida
DANIEL M men
MORTON M BEIGEL
itti ii toplli .mt
10, 17, 34 Oct I, 197R
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 74-5737
Division JOHN R. BLANTON
IN RE ESTATEOF
MAXFRANKENBERG
I leceaaed
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
;u u.I. PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
or DEM \NI>s AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE
YOI ARE HEREBY NOTIFED that
the administration of the estate of MAX
FRANKENBERG. deceased. File
Number 7K r>7.i7 is pending In the Or
.mi Court lor Dade County Florida.
Probate Division, the address of which
is 7.1 West Flagler Street Miami.
Florida The personal representative of
the estate is PAUL KWITNEY whose
address is 420 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach. Florida The name and address
of the personal representative's at-
torney are set forth below-
All persons having claims or demands
against the estate are required,
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FROM
THE HATE 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 1 lerk 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 HATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
file any objections (hey 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
hate of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration Sept 10.1976
PAUL KWITNEY
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of MAX FRANKENBERG
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR personal
REPRESENTATIVE
KWITNEY. KR(X)P*
SCHKINBERG. PA
420 Lincoln Road. Suite 512
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone 538 7575
Sept 10. 17. 1976
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO.76-770M
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE ESTELLE LULU KNOX.
Wife.
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. PA., 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. 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 30th
day of August. 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
ByL Sneeden
As Deputy Clerk
(CircuitCourt Seal)
KwitneyKroop Schelnberg P A
420 Lincoln Road. Suite 612
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
_---------------------------Sept. 3, 10,17, 24. 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
Sf?in^s ~nder Ule "c,"lo"s 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
TONY NAVTLLA
HERBERT SEIDEL. Esq
Attorney for Applicant
Aug 27: Sept 3. 10, 17,1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAME,..,
NOTICE IS HEREBY rV&
undersigned Kv^
business under the I ,;...
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register said 1

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Attorney" foi
notice: ,nd"eT
fictitious name law
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undersigned
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JET POWEI '
77 Avenue M 1
register sal I
Circuit Coui
JETPOWl
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVire
(NOPROPERTY,
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOFTHt
ELEVENTMJUDIOAL CIRCUITS)
FLORIDA IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 7.;m,
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Mar- ... '
CHARLESR OOOl v \\
Petitioner Hu-
and
JARAR QOODM \".
Respondent \\ |
TO SARAR OOODM \\
c o Ethel Bel '
Route 3
Headland *J45
YOI' ARE HERI '. -:FIEDBsI
an action fur Dlss lutlon of Mima
has been file,1 agali si you andyouii
required to >.. ,.
defenses, if any U It on'DAVID 1
GONSHAK. att Petltm*
whose address 1- I9> n\s rthstw,
Miami. Florida ..' and file >
original with the 1 lerk of tin itw
styled court on or before Oct 15 m
otherwise a defa II will be jr.uni
against you for >minMi
the complain! or petition
This notli 1 published tm
each week fur fi '..'U|
THE JEWISH I-
WITNESS .
said court at Miami Fl ndaonthsM
dav of Septemln -
RICHARD I Bl
As Clerk Cll lit Court
1 ledi nda
By WUIli Bra uthawJr
\ put
(Circuit Court
DAVIDM QONSHAK
1497 NW 7th St re el
Miami FLOWS .
Attorney for Pel
Sept I M Oct 1 :B
INTHECIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number'^5445
DIVISION]!
IN RE: ESTATV
CHARLESE NADLER
Deceased
NOTICE OF AI'V V-cr RATIOS
TO AIL PERSONS HAVING CLAM
OR DEMANDS Ad A! NPT THE ABO.
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INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE
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the administration '. the estate i
CHARLES E NADI ER deceased f
Number 7-545 1- pending m foe*
cult Court for DAI'E County Fiona
Probate Division, (h. addrrewslsisl
is 73 West Flagler Street DadeCssw
Courthouse. Third Floor Hue
Florida 33130 The perK*
representative of the estate
WE1.LISH. whose address u
Almerta Avenue Suite JOO-E 0
Gables. Florida SS134 The name
address of the personal represenuutti
attorney are set forth below
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against the estate are req*"*
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THE DATE OF TIM "J"
PUBLICATION "1- '': IIS NOTICE I
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must be In writing ..v.-l muslindici""-
basls for the claim the name M
dress of the creditor or hli *
attorney, and the amount <*A
the claim Is not yet due """''/^L
will become due shall be stated a *
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nature of the uncertainty '"
stated. If the claim II secured
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claimant shall dellvei ,;:c,nV?i
of the claim to the clert to enaoie
clerk to mall one copy I" each perw-
representatlve -ln,he
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whom a copy of UUS *'
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required. WITHIN,l2flS
FROM THE DATE ,fi,cE i
PUBLICATION OF Tills NOTCT
file any objections the> may w^,
challenges the validit\ n*i-S(
will, the qualification- of tne t
representative, or the
jurisdiction of the court gk
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Date of the first l'w,X"r*
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Estate of CHARI.KSK N**,,
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Ihe Found a 'Role' in Hadassah
m--\
IEW YORK (JTA) -
,rnice Salpeter Tan-
nbaum, who was elected
the 16th president of
dassah last month, first
ned the women's Zionist
tnization 36 years ago
ause she felt it had
jiething to offer every
nish woman. "You can
, a role for yourself in
lassah," she told the
wish Telegraphic
kncy.
Interviewed in her office
[adassah's new mid-
...Manhattan national
[dquarters, Mrs. Tan-
baum believes the same
W is true today. She
jnu-il to a recent survey
[u-h tound that 30 percent
Hadassah's 350.000
Bribers are under 30 and
percent are college
d.
Foi SG JEWISH women are
I to Hadassah because
know ii is a volunteer
nization in which 96 percent
1 inds raised go for its
jects, not tor staff, Mrs
k im stressed she said
I the work is done by
Inteers and policy is made by
linte There are no
| chairmen in
lassah -he said.
ruing thai Hadassah is a
kan's organization, not part
[the women's liberation
lenient, Mrs. Tannenhaum
I that Hadassah members put
kn^; hours and do work for the
Inization that they would
fer do .ii home. Hut she
sed that Hadassah"s
kbers ire not only house-
s. but women with full-time
irt time jobs.
ii said many also play an
| in their communities,
in Jewish and non-Jewish
Kites
LDASSAH is the largest
sh women's organization,
Zionist organization
the largest volunteer
lization of any type. Mi-
ni said proudly
> I to I he important
St plays in the Conference of
Idents ol Major American
Bh Organizations, the
rican Zionist Federation, the
Zionist Organization, the
Sh National Fund: in fact,
major Jewish and Zionist
kdassah, she observed.
psses its Zionist philosophy
Pgh practical means. As
paw. Mrs Tannenbaum
the work Hadassah is
in Israel among Jews and
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cancer research and treatment. A
new private pavilion, the first in
Israel, will also be part of the
Hadassah operation.
Mrs. Tannenbaum said that
Hadassah was asked to open the
pavilion because so many people
from abroad want to come to
Hadassah for treatment.
Hadassah has also trained
most of Israel's doctors
Hadassah doctors work at the
clinics Israel has set up along the
Lebanese border and two
Hadassah doctors were with the
Israeli commando unit that
rescued some KM) hostages from
Uganda. Mrs. Tannenbaum
noted that 10 percent of
Hadassah's patients are Arabs
and Hadassah has given
refresher courses to Arab doctors
and nurses
SHE POINTED out that
another major field lor Hadassah
in Israel is education Hadassah
is expanding its comprehensive
high school in Tel Aviv which lor
the first time in Israel combined
vocational and general education
She said it also is developing
two-year community colleges
She said both the high school and
the community colleges are
training students in jobs that are
allied to the medical and
scientific field.
Hadassah is a major con-
tributor to Youth Aliva which is
expanding its program to include
students from disadvantaged
homes in Israel. Mrs. Tan-
nenbaum said Hadassah has
recently opened yorth day
centers in Ashdod. Tel Aviv, Lod
and Jerusalem for children whose
parents do not wish them to live
away from home in Youth Aliya
villages. Hadassah has also
opened the first child day care
center in Israel, she said.
IN THE United States, Mrs.
Tannenbaum said, "We believe
we have a special role in Jewish
education and Zionist education
and information. To carry out
this role Hadassah sponsors
youth programs for boys and
girls Hashachar (Young
Judea) and Hamagshamim for
college age students. There are
various camps for the youth and
there are numerous programs in
Israel. (iraduates of these
programs recently founded two
new settlements in Israel, Neve
I Ian. near Jerusalem, and Ketuva
near the Dead Sea
While Hadassah itself has only
women members, it has recently
founded a group known as
Hadassah Associates, made up of
men who want to lie affiliated
with Iladassah.
MRS. TANNENBAUM
-tressed that Hadassah is a non-
partisan organization in the
United States but as an
American group with chapters in
every state and Puerto Rico, it
dues take stands on issues of
great concern such as gun
control. civil rights, voting
rights, anti-terrorism measures,
overseas aid and energy, to name
a few.
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Terrorist Carlos
Reported Planning
New Spectacular
By MAURICE SAMUELSON
LONDON (JTA) Western European security
services are on the alert following a report that Carlos, the
arch-terrorist, is in Belgrade, Yugoslavia, with six other
terrorists, where he is planning another spectacular
operation.
The Daily Express reports here that Western in-
telligence services sent out warnings that Carlos, real
name Ilich Ramirez Sanchez, is in Belgrade with four
Palestinians and two Germans, including Joachim Klein,
wounded in the December, 1975, seizure of OPEC
ministers in Vienna.
THE SEVEN are said to have
arrived in Belgrade last Monday
on a direct flight from Algiers.
where Carlos has been sheltering
since the Vienna kidnapping
They showed forged South
American passports !>ut were
allowed through after the rest ol
the passengers had gone.
They climbed into three
waiting cars and went to the city
where they are staving with
accomplices
Carlos then traveled on $&
Yugoslav Airline aircraft to
Baghdad four days ago to meet
Wadi Haddad, head of a
dissident wing of the Popular
Front for the Liberation of
Palestine, who was responsible
tor the hijack of the French
airliner to Entebbe.
HE HAS since returned to
Belgrade, where the terrorists
have acquired weapons and
explosives.
The Daily Express
correspondent, Chapman Pin-
cher, who specializes in in-
telligence "scoops.'' suggests
that Carlos presence and not
President Tito's illness may be
the reason for the cancellation of
a visit to Belgrade by French
President (iiscard D'Fstaing.
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labbis May Not Take Part
Intermarriage Services
Jewish Florid Jan
Miami, Florida Friday. September 17. 1976
Section B
In
Although
Conserve! Ive
co-officiate or
, iRK
. I'll
art) way in an
i ween ,i Jew and
[i ,| non-Jew, the
sembly urged Its
n,l member rabbis to
itions with the
pant in I he inter-
im and make every' effort
\'.. tact with the couple
them t<> the in-
lism with the hope
, m to the Jewish
.-ion of "deep
interacting inter-
nas made by Rabbi
Rabinowitz of
, D ( president of
labbinical Assembly, in
pcing an updated summary
organization's views on
, made by its Com-
(in Jewish Law and
lids oi which Rabbi
bur Siegel, "t the faculty of
lisli Theological Seminary.
rman.
COMMITTEE reports
f\\, should state our view
intermarriages, and the
and all organizations
to prevent such
Wees However, when in
oi all efforts, an in-
iage lakes place, we
lit i- in the best interest of
it) to win these
to Jewish life. The
rabbi should meet with the couple
regularly, persuade them to
at lend classes .mil si n ices.'
The report stale-- lli.it alter a
period ot time, the rabbi 'should
raise the issue of conversion. If
the non-Jewish spouse refuses
then the rabbi should make clear
to the couple what their status
will be in relation to the
congregation."
The summary, as issued by
Rabbi Siegel. makes five points:'
The Jewish party to the
marriage may be accepted
provided there is a definite
agreement that the children shall
be raised as Jews and converted
to Judaism if the mother is non-
Jewish;
The privileges of member-
ship do not apply to the non-
Jewish spouse;
The intermarried Jew, while
admitted to membership should
not hold any office or serve as
chairman of any committee nor
be singled out for any special
honors;
If one intermarries after
being admitted to membership,
this does not deprive them of
membership. If there is a refusal
to give the children a Jewish
education and convert them
where it is necessary, member
ship shall be forfeited:
When the non Jewish spouse
converts, all restrictions and
limitations shall be lifted.
UM Names Director Of Judaic Studies
Dr. Yehuda Shamir. Israeli
native who holds a PhD in Jewish
history, philosophy and Arabic
from Dropsie University, Phila-
delphia, has joined the
University of Miami as director
of Judaic Studies and associate
professor of religion.
He comes to the UM from the
University of Cincinnati where he
held the same positions for the
past ihree years.
BORN IN Tel Aviv in 1936.
Dr. Shamir earned the AM degree
in general and Jewish history
from Hebrew University.
Jerusalem, and continued
graduate studies there in Jewish
history, philosophy and Kab-
balah.
After receiving his doctorate
from Dropsie. where he was a
research and teaching assistant,
he taught at the University of
Texas, where he was coordinator
of Hebrew Studies, for four years
before joining Cincinnati.
Dr. Shamir is the author of the
book "Rabbi Moses Ha-Kohen of
Tordesillas," published by Brill,
Leiden, Netherlands, as Vol. VII
in the series Ftudes sur le
Judaisme Medieval, and of
numerous articles in the fields of
Jewish history and religion.
HIS PROFESSIONAL mem
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tility leaders from Miami iclio participated in the recent Prime Minister's Mission
m left! Jay 1. Kislak, Federation rice presidents Samuel I. Adler and Xorman If.
Mr- Steven Broun, Steven Brown, OMJF campaign director Mel Schoenfeld and
'./ Rosenblatt.
immunity Leaders Participate In
JJA Prime Minister's Mission
Prime Minister's
sored by United
tor top Jewish
Iron: across North
''*'L- place last week
' breaking results.
V leaders (including
fron Greater Miami)
Mi ting Til communities
I heir personal com-
n the P.177 campaign
1 million, repre-
percent increase over
-
1970
Local leaders in the Mission
were Greater Miami Jewish
Federation vice presidents
Norman H. I.ipoff and Samuel I.
Adler, Mr and Mrs Steven
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Jay I
Kislak, Stanley Rosenblatt and
GMJP campaign director Mel
Schoenfeld.
"This Mission serves as the
vanguard for This Year In
[istadrut Rallies Set
or This Weekend
rv 1.000 persons are ex-
1,1 participate in two Israel
> lourist Day rallies
tend one on Saturday
P-m at the Fontainebleau
'te other at The Hemi-
m Hallandaleon Sunday
Pm according to Dr.
e|n national president of
lael 11 istadrut Foundation
*hich is sponsoring the
Ben-Ari, president
nes, is the featured
"t the rallies, which have
he mood of Israel
linmenl will be
' Rabbi Shlomo
singing rabbi "of
Vriny and one of the
' lolksingers.
rtty Tourist Days,
!>) El Al Airlines
"' Iwael Government
uice. are in advance of
na annual Histadrut
Solidaritv Conference in Tel
Aviv. Nov. 13-16.
PRESIDING AT the Saturday
event is Moe I*vin. a national
IHF vice president and chairman
of the Florida advisory board.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky.
chairman of the IHF South
Hroward Council, will chair the
Sunday session in Hallandale.
Also participating are Dr. Leon
Kronish. national IHF board
chairman who just returned from
several weeks in Israel; Amos
Turin, vice president of Fl Al for
North America; Otto Herstik. El
Al's general manager for traffic
and sales in North and Central
America: and Klhanan Segal.
Southern regional director for El
VI
Tickets for both rallies are
available from the Histadrut
Foundation office in Miami
Beach and Hallandale.
Jerusalem, a tremendous show
of people-to-people strength
scheduled for October." Lipoff
said. Next month nearly 200
Miami leaders will join thousands
of other American Jews in
Jerusalem at the largest con-
ference and study mission ever
held
"AMONG THOSE of us who
gathered in Israel last week." he
said, "the spirit of 'This Year In
Jerusalem' and the pride and
bravery generated by Entebbe
did pervade every moment. You
could feel, sense and see the
impact.
"Entebbe restored confidence
among Jews that with courage
and determination the impossible
is attainable if leadership will
lead! It is significant of the in-
creasing maturity of American
Jewry that our leadership can
respond without crises and give
to meet human needs with joy."
Prime Minister Rabin said.
"We are partners in the greatest
humanitarian experiment known
to man. And history will show
that this partnership between the
Jews of America and the people
of Israel was successful and
meaningful because of the degree
of our commitment and
dedication toa common goal."
Meeting with Defense Mini
Shimon Peres and ("hiet of Staff
(len. MordechaiGur, the Mission
participants did not hear ot
military tactics, but of Jewish
motivation and the value of life.
"The significance of Entebbe is
Continued on Page 11-B
berships include the Mediaeval
Vcademy of America. Middle
Pastern Studies Association.
World Jewish Historical Society
of America. Jewish Studies
Association and the American
Association of Teachers of
Spanish and Portuguese.
The Judaic Studies program
was established in the fall of 1973
as an undergraduate inter-
disciplinary degree program. It
C0nsi8tS of 36 credits of which IK
are requirements in Hebrew
language. Jewish history and
Jewish literature.
Fight courses in Judaic
Studies will be offered during the
fall semester, including one on
Judaism and Islam" to be
taught by Dr. Shamir. Others
will he: "Jewish Literature."
"Literature Of the Holocaust."'
"Elementary Hebrew. "Inter-
mediate Hebrew Reading,"'
History of Judaism," "Modern
Near East," and two sections in
"Biblical Literature."
DR. SHAMIR will also teach
the course. "Introduction to
Religion." offered by the
department of religion during the
coming semester.
In addition to the Judaic
Studies program offered through
the College of Arts and Sciences,
a related program for education
majors is offered through the
School of Education. This
program leads to the Bachelor of
Education in either social studies
on the secondary level or in
elementary education, with a
concentration in Judaic Studies.
CAJE To Honor Wiener
A t Founders Dinner
A. M. Wiener, former chairman
of the board of the Central
Agency for Jewish Education,
will be the honoree at a Founders
and Leaders dinner of tribute on
Wednesday, Oct. 6. at the
Konover Hotel.
Wiener was chairman of CAJE
from 1973 to 1975 and was
chairman of the Planning Com-
mittee on Jewish Education of
the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation from 191)9 to 197:! Ik-
will be honored, together with the
members of the committee which
created the CAJE, and Albert
Ossip and Leonard Zilhert, the
immediate past presidents of the
former Bureau of Jewish
Education.
\s chairman of the Planning
Committee, Wiener led the long
range planning to redirect the
priorities and the philosophy ot
the Bureau of Jewish Education.
Under his leadership such major
Jewish educational programs for
the community as the .ludaica
High School, the Greater Miami
Quinmester High School in
Israel. the Teacher Fringe
Benefit Program, the recognition
of Federation responsibility for
assisting day schools and the
formulation of a series of
priorities for the restructured
Central Agency for Jewish
I'din at ion were begun.
AMONG THOSE who will pay
tribute to Wiener and the others
are Morton Silberman. president
of the Greater Miami Jewish
To *ah Academy
Honoring Arlucks
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Arluck,
honorary president and longtime
members of the board of directors
of the Torah Academy of South
Florida, will be guests of honor at
a pre-Selichot Melava Malka on
Saturday, Sept. 18. 9:30 p.m. in
the social hail of the Young Israel
of Greater Miami.
The Arlucks will be cited for
their devoted and tireless efforts
m behalf of the only Orthodox
lay school in the North Dade-
South Mroward area.
Proceeds from the evening will
be used tO supplement the
school's scholarship fund Music
will be provided by the Jaime
Rronsztein orchestra and guests
will be invited to remain at
Young Israel following the
trogram, to ioin with the con-
..negation in Selichot services
Chairmen of the evening are
Dr. and Mrs. Norman A. Mloom,
and reservations may be made at
the school office.
A.H.WIENER
Federation; Dr. Isaac Toubin,
executive director of the
American Association for Jewish
Education; and Gwen (Mrs.
Morton! Weinberger, president of
the CAJE.
Wiener, who heads the ac-
counting firm of Wiener. Stern
and Hantman. is a longtime
member of the board of
directors ot the GMJF, chairman
of the CIA Aid Hint.mis and
Professional Divisions. He is a
p.is] president of the I )ade
County Chapter ot the Florida
Institute of CPAs and past vice
president of t 1h' Dade County
Chapter of the National
Association of Accountants.
On the national level in Jewish
educal ion, he has been member of
the governing council of the
American Association for Jewish
Education, the coordinating body
of Bureaus of Jewish Education
in the United States and Canada.
Chairman of the dinner is Al
Golden. along with Mrs.
Weinberger. Levi Soshuk. Fran
Levey, Val Silberman. Moe
Grundwerg, Cornelia Philipson.
Jerome Hienenfeld and Richard
Zimmerman.
Gene Greenzweig, executive
director of the CA.IF observed
that "Today's priorities for
Jewish education in Greater
Miami build upon the visions of
the Planning Committee of the
past years: their dreams are
today's realities We see unmet
community needs in family and
adult educat' in new models
tor teach- development, in
st rengt I" n ng e\.w school
educatio in expanding the
Judaica High School, and in
utilizing ( immunity planning for
an organic Jewish educal ion
program for all ages in our com-
munity. Now we need new
dreams of today that will become
the realities of tomorrow."


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Friday, September 17,1975
Hillel Day School Names
Mrs. Levy Vice Principal
HillelPTA To Meet City of Hope Banquet Honoring
Metro Mayor Clark Is Planned
The Hillel Community Day
School has engaged Deborah
Levy as vice principal. "Mrs.
Levy will help coordinate the
secular program and will in-
stitute a teacher-training
program," according to Rabbi
Albert Mayerfeld, principal.
Mrs. Levy is an honor
graduate of the University of
Illinois, where she did post-
graduate work as well. She
received her Master's in
Education, specializing in
learning disabilities and reading,
at Washington University in St.
Louis, where she also began a
doctoral program in special
education.
MRS. LEVY, whose husband.
Elliot, is an endocrinologist in
North Miami Beach, was head
teacher for learning-disabled
children at the Upper Darbv (Pa.)
School District. She was an
instructor at the Graduate School
of Education of Washington
University, and later was the
national consultant in reading
and learning disabilities for the
Department of Health.
Education and Welfare. Most
recently she has worked as an
educational diagnostician and
remediator in North Miami
Beach.
Mrs. Levy has coordinated
workshops in various sections of
the United States, ranging from
"activities for the use of word
walls" in Wounded Knee, S.D.,
and "Language Proficiency" at
John Tracy Institute in Los
Angeles, to "the Migrant Child
and Learning to Read" in the
Guadeloupe School.
A few special projects include
"Language Experience in
Reading Schools in Houston, "A
Bilingual Project and Reading
Project" at the Montebello
Schools. and "Curriculum
Development of Science and
Reading" at the British Infant
Schools in London.
"One of the teaching methods
Mrs. Levy will institute is a
drawing away from the talk-and-
chalk' method to utilization of all
senses in the child's learning
process." according to Dr. Walter
Fingerer, education vice
president.
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The Hillel Community Day
School PTA has scheduled its
first meeting of the year for
Tuesday, Sept. 21, at 8 p.m. at
the school. Parents will meet
their children's teachers and visit
the new modern classrooms.
Marsha (Mrs. Walter)
Fingerer, PTA president, will
report on plans for the year, and
the principal. Rabbi Albert
Mayerfeld, will introduce the
teaching staff.
The PTA's first major fund-
raising event is a candy sale
chaired by Lorelei (Mrs. Robert)
Ennis. Then there will be the
annual boutique and lingerie
fashion show on Tuesday. Oct.
26, which is open to the com-
munity.
Fremon to Address
Women's League
Lincoln Koney Miami Beach
Chapter of the Women's League
for Israel will hold its first
regular meeting of the season on
Tuesday. Sept. 28. at 12:30 p.m.
at 100 Lincoln Rd. Club Room.
Ciuest speaker is to t>e Mori
Fremon. vice president of the
Florida-Israel Chamber of Com
merce am' editor of its
newsletter.
Refreshments will be served
and the public is invited. Chapter
president Rose Hochstim will
greet members and guests.
Metro Mayor Stephen P. Clark
will receive the City of Hope's
Spirit of Life Humanitarian
Award at a banquet on Saturday
evening, Oct. 23. at the Carillon
Hotel, according to word received
from James E. Reardon. general
chairman of the event. The award
is cosponsored by the Teddy
('rant Auxiliary and the Florida
Executive Council of the
treatment and research medical
center
"Our Committee chose Mayor
Clark, who has an abiding in-
terest in the City ol Hope,'' saul
Reardon. "because of his out-
standing devotion to all of his
residents in Miami, to the human
and philanthropic needs "I the
people of Dade County."
Mayor Clark is a past
president of the Catholic Welfare
Bureau and a member of the
hoard of directors of Catholic
Charities, a past president of the
Hope School, an active member
of the Mental Health Society, the
Retarded Children's Society and
Variety Children's Hospital. The
recreation center at (Irapeland
Heights Park, the Stephen P,
Clark Community Adult
Building, is named in his honor.
and he is a recipient of the Order
of Vasco Munez de Balboa, the
National Commander's Award 0f
Amvets. the Outstanding
Citizens Award of the City of
Miami General Employees
Association, and awards fron: the
National Council of \ -,
Women. Volunteers Unlimited
the Jewish War Veterans .,, he
Latin Chamber of Com
Active in the concerns of trad!
unions, he holds an active,,
the Carpenters Union. Hi
member of the American L
the Klks and the Moose and ,
honorary director ol Beth Ka
( ongregation.
Proceeds of the banquet will
to establish a research fi
at theCttyofHope
Established in 1913,thi 1 tyof
Hope is the nation's prei
medical center for research and
treatment m sUch diseasi
cancer, leukemia heart
disease, diabetes, g<
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*Jenifj fhridicur,
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Beth Am Adult Ed Program
Adds Five New Courses
Mow can we expect our
children to take their religious
studies seriously if their parents
Md not?" It was in response to
this question a year ago that
Temple Heth Am began a
istained drive to interest adults
lewish education. According
Senior Rabbi Herbert
i imgard, all that was really
, riled was a proper formula to
nake adult education attractive.
Child-size classrooms and a
?childlike approach to Jewish
education just will not work for
idults. Thus a new format was
developed which in its first year
al i ratted over *>()() students.
Last year, adults at Beth Am
sere offered 20 courses, mast of
ih. in "mini-courses.'' of four two-
hour sessions. The classrooms
were designed for adults, and so
was the instruction. Many of the
in-it rue tors were borrowed from
the faculties of the area's colleges
and universities.
Five new courses are being
offered this year. Mitchell
Chef it/. Associate Rabbi of
Temple Beth Am. will be
teaching two courses, an in-
troduction to ethics through the
lewish framework and a course
on modern sexual ethics. Rabbi
Chefitz is responsible for
developing the adult curriculum.
There is no problem finding
suitable subject matter for our
adults," he says.
"The problem is finding
capable instructors," he con-
tinued. "We need not only
someone knowledgable in Jewish
studies, but also dynamic
leathers who know where our
people are at and who are willing
to adapt their teaching style to
meet the needs of the students.
Whenever we find such a person.
Vhe word spreads and the
classroom is overflowing. The
interest is definitely there."
In a course in the art of the
scribe, many Jewish documents,
notably the Torah scroll, are
prepared by hand, and the scribe
who does thus work is both artist
and scholar. Rabbi Yecheskel
Halpern. an Orthodox rabbi
trained in Europe and Israel, is
the instructor.
"It is not unusual to find an
Orthodox rabbi teaching in a
Reform synagogue," Rabbi
Chefitz comments. "There is a
growing interest in various
aspects of the tradition and the
basic source materials. Last year
we offered courses in mysticism
and Jewish attitudes toward
death and dying, both courses
that relied heavilj upon
traditional sources, and the
res ponse was overwhelming."
A growing interest in Hebrew
has accompanied this resurgence
in thirst for Jewish knowledge
Temple Heth Am is offering two
courses in beginning Hebrew,
taught by I.enore Kipper, who
had to turn people away from her
classes last spring, so great was
the demand.
Still other courses are in
planning stages, among them a
workshop in relating to aging
parents which is scheduled to
begin in October and last six
weeks. There will be a
registration fee. but the other
courses all last four weeks and
are free and open to the com-
munity.
The Adult Education schedule
in brief:
A Modern View of the Bible.
Mondays. 7:15 to 9:15 p.m.,
beginning Sept. 20 in the san-
ctuary. Rabbi Herbert
Baumgard.
Hebrew from Scratch in Only
Four Weeks. Tuesdays. 8 to 10
p.m.. beginning Sept. 28 in Room
25. Lenore Kipper.
Ethics and. the Jewish
Framework. Wednesdays. 8 to 10
p.m., beginning Sept. 29 in Room
28. Rabbi Mitchell Chefitz.
The Art of the Scribe. Thurs-
days. 8 to 10 p.m.. beginning
Sept. 30 in Room 28. Rabbi Y. S.
Halpern.
You and Your Aging Parents
the Other Generation Gap.
Tuesdays. 8 to 9:30 p.m.,
5 in Room 24.
and Children's
is a fee for this
beginning Oct.
Jewish Family
Service. (There
course.)
Bible and
Tuesdays. 10
Commentaries.
to 11 a.m..
beginning Oct. 5 in the library.
Rabbi Chefitz.
Still More Hebrew in Four
More Weeks. Tuesdays, 8 to 10
p.m., beginning Oct. 26 in Room
25. Ms. Kipper.
Modern Sexual Ethus and the
Jewish Framework. Wednesdays,
8 to 10 p.m., beginning Oct. 27 in
Room 28. Rabbi Chefitz.
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The next regular meeting of
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been changed to Wednesday.
Sept. 29. at 12 noon at the
Washington Federal building on
NE 167th St.
The program includes a film.
"The Scrolls of Leeuwarden."
The meeting is sponsored by
Sarah Monter and Ann Chanes in
celebration of the marriage of
their children. David and Roslyn.
Husbands and guests are
welcome to attend.
Religious School Opens
At Temple Israel
The 54th year of Temple Israel
of Greater Miami's religious
school begins on Sunday, Sept.
19. for about 800 children in
nursery through senior high
school grades.
Three classes for adults begin
at 9:30 a.m. the same day.
This Revolutionary War flag is on display at the American
Savings & Loan Association's Oceanside office at 1655
Washington Ave. Ms. Judith Kaminsky. a descendant of a U.S.
Wiry officer who served in that period, is the owner of the flag,
which experts believe to be the first ever to bear the stars and
stripes. The flag will be on display at other American Savings
offices between now and mid-December.
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Commemorating America s Bicentennial and citing the Biblical
roots of America's concept of liberty, a Torah cover will be
presented by the Israel Bond Organization to synagogues that
achieve outstanding results during the High Holidays cam-
paign. Gary R. Gerson, general campaign chairman, made the
announcement and Joseph R. Drexler, High Holidays chair-
man, noted that the quotation from Leviticus ". Proclaim
liberty throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof
links the Day of Atonement with the proclamation of liberty:
". in the Day of Atonement shall ye make proclamation with
the horn."
Drexler HeadingBonds\
Holiday Campaign
Douglas Gardens
Auxiliary to Meet
The Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary, Jewish Home and
Hospital" for the Aged (Douglas
Gardens) will hold its monthly
luncheon meeting on Tuesday.
Sept. 28. at noon at the Delano
Hotel.
Mrs. Lawrence Silverman.
president of the Auxiliary, will
greet and welcome the guests.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Phineas A. Weberman, spiritual
leader of Ohev Shalom
Congregation.
Beth Torah Sisterhood
Plans Membership Tea
The Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood
of Beth Torah Congregation will
hold a tea for new and
prospective members at the home
of Henni (Mrs. Joseph) Golden
on Monday, Sept. 20. at 8 p.m.
Open to members and non-
members of Beth Torah, the tea
will include explanation of the
workings of the Sisterhood and
the plans for the 1976-77 year,
according to Mrs. Ina Zymet,
membership vice president.
Refreshments and a cham-
pagne punc'-.will be served. All
women interested in attending
the tea and learning more about
the Sisterhood are asked to call
Mrs. Golden or Mrs. Zymet.
Barton's Essay Contest Results:
'Rekindle Hope for All Mankind'
Temple Beth El of Richmond.
Hoard chairman St .phen
Klein, commenting on the contest
said: "If the imaginary wordsof
Joseph Drexler, a member of
the Prime Minister's Club of
Israel, has been named chairman
of the area's Israel Bonds High
Holidays campaign for the
second consecutive year, it was
announced by Gary R. Gerson.
Israel Bonds Dade County
chairman.
Drexler.
national
leadership
causes and
who has earned
recognition for
on behalf of many
institutions, is a
Master Builder of Yeshiva
University, a Science Fellow of
Belfer School of Science of
Yeshiva University and a
member of the board of overseers
of the Jewish Theological
Seminary.
He is active in the Sunny Isles
B'nai B'rith Lodge and is a
former president of Temple B'nai
Zion. He has also served on the
board of governors of the South
Florida Israel Bond
Organization.
NEARLY 50 synagogues and
temples in the South Florida area
have scheduled Israel Bond High
Holiday appeals, Drexler said,
joining more than 1.000 syna-
gogues throughout the United
States and Canada which an-
nually participate in this effort.
South Florida congregations
and their rabbis have made the
High Holidays, Rosh Hashanah
and Yom Kippur, the occasion for
special activity on behalf of the
Israel Bond campaign. The
beginning of the year 5737 will be
observed on Saturday and
Sunday. Sept. 25 and 26. The
Yom Kippur observance will take
place on Monday. Oct. 4.
Drexler noted that the people
of Israel are burdened with a
defense budget of unprecedented
proportions, heavy taxes and an
unusually high rate of inflation
and that the difficult economic
situation has caused severe
hardship and imposed conditions
of austerity on large segments of
the population.
He added that Israel relies
more on Israel Bonds than ever
before to help offset unavoidable
cuts in the development budget
and called on all friends of Israel
"to participate in the Bond
program during the High
Holidays and throughout the
year as a means of preventing a
serious setback in Israel's
jconomic development program,
which is a vital source of strength
in the search for peace."
Noting that the Israel Bond
drive in South Florida con-
gregations holds the key to the
overall success of the campaign,
he said that "we must do our
utmost in the synagogues during
the High Holidays to demon-
strate the solidarity of every
member of the Jewish com-
munity with the people of Israel
in the difficult year ahead.''
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If Moses and Thomas Jef-
ferson were to address the
delegates at the United Nations
(eneral Assembly, what would
Moses Bay? Jefferson? Entrants
in a national essay contest
sponsored by Barton's Candy
Corp. responded to these
questions, and the names of the
winners have recently been
announced.
Top winners were 15-year-old
Janet Weinstein of Sierra Madre,
Cal.. for "Moses" and 55-year-old
father of three Joseph Mason of
Richmond. Va.. for "Jefferson."
Miss W'einstein's prize will be
divided with her sponsoring
organization, B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization: Mason's with
set
Moses and Jefferson ,
people thinking and act ing in i|
right direction, if we. through our
essay contest, can prod a few
world leaders to reconsider their
purposes and objective, ln Wnr|d
affairs, then perhaps we can ^
rewarded some day by "-ice again
having a world
common cause
brotherhood: a
Nations."
In the words ol Mason's
Jefferson: "To go on from a new
beginning is to rekindle hope for
all mankind."
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*Jkwit Hcridiiair)
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loneer Women Season Opens
*
Kinneret Chapter will hold its
annual installation luncheon
Sunday. Sept. 19. at 12:30 p.m.
at the Delano Hotel. Mrs. Harriet
Green, president of the Pioneer
WOmen Council of South Florida.
will install officers for the 1976-77
season. Israeli folksinger and
composer Dairy Amihud will
entertain.
The public is invited, but
reservations are required.
additional information is
'available at the Pioneer Women
Council off ice.
Mrs. Green, who also is
president of ihe South Florida
Zionist Federation, will induct
Una \doff as president.
Mrs, Frances Grossman and Mrs
Betty Citron, vice presidents:
Mrs. Rae Home and Mrs Rosalie
Herle) corresponding
secretaries; Mrs Sonia Boltan
and Mr- Tobi Gruber, recording
secretaries; Mr-. Citron.
treasurer.
Mr- (ireen also will be the
speaker Wednesday. Sept 22, at
the Golda Meir Chapter meeting
at 12:30 p.m. at the Washington
Wise Hostesses'
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Federal auditorium, 1234
Washington Ave. At the
meeting, which is free and open
to the public. Mrs. (Jreen will
review Irving Howe's "World of
Our Fathers." the story of Jewish
immigrant- to the United States.
Mr-. Katherine I.ippman,
chapter president, will chair the
meeting. Refreshments will be
served.
Officers of Chai Chapter were
installed last week at their first
monthly meeting by Gerald Sch-
wartz, past president of the
South Florida Zionist Council
and a member of the national
board of the American Zionist
Federation.
Taking their oaths were Mr-
Ida Kovalsky, president; Mrs,
Rose Rigor and Mrs. Bette Klein.
vice presidents; Mrs. Francis
Rower, recording secretary; Mr-
Ida Hillman. corresponding
secretary; Mrs Rica Tamny,
treasurer; and Mr- Bertha
Miller, financial secretary,
Technion Board
Plans Meeting
Murray M. Friedman.
president of the Greater Miami
Chapter of the American
Technion Society, has announced
that the board of directors will
meet in the Hoard Room of the
City National Bank in Miami
Beach on Tuesday. Sept. 21, to
discuss plans for the coming
year.
Among the agenda items are
the second annual dinner-dance
to he held in Miami Beach on
Saturday evening, Dec. 11, as
well as the new Chapter Bulletin
and the "Charitable Remainder
Trust," a method for providing
lor charity while receiving a
guaranteed lifetime income.
The Technion, Israel's oldest
university, has an enrollment of
(i.(MH) undergraduates and 3,000
graduates in '20 departments and
faculties The faculty of more
than 1,500 teaches a curriculum
covering the spectrum of
engineering and physical -ciences
and medicine.
Baxter Gains Endorsements
Harvey Baxter, candidate for
Dade County Court Judge,
Group 18, entered into his runoff
campaign this week with a series
of endorsements from news-
papers, civic organizations and
community leaders.
Former senior municipal court
judge of North Miami Beach,
Baxter won additional endorse-
ments from the Condominium
Owners Association, Congress of
Senior Citizens, Dade Better
Government League, State Rep.
Barry Kulun. Mayors Jack Block
and Dale G. Bennett. Leonard
Zilbert, Gerald Schwartz and
Burton B. Loebl, as well as the
Miami Beach Sun-Reporter and
Homestead News-Leader.
Baxter, who has practiced law
in Greater Miami for more than
1") years, is an arbitrator for the
American Arbitration
Association and earned his Juris
Doctor degree from Brooklyn
Law School He holds a
Bachelor's degree in sociology
and psychology as well.
ACTIVE IN Jewish and
Israeli-oriented organizations, he
has served as an officer of Beth
Torah Congregation, as a founder
if the Hillel Community School,
as an active member of B'nai
B'rith and the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and in support
of the campaigns for such
organizations as the B'nai B'rith
Hillel Foundation. American Red
Magen David for Israel and the
Israel Emergency Fund.
Baxter stressed that his op-
ponent in the runoff has no
judicial experience, has practiced
law less than half as long as he
and has no arbitration ex-
perience. Eugene M. Lipman is
Baxter's campaign treasurer.
Baxter stressed that voting in
the Sept. 28 runoff is nonpartisan
and that all registered in-
dividuals may vote in the judicial
elections on that date, regardless
of party affiliation.

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i I
*"Jeniti Ik 11 In i
Friday, September i
Red Mag en David Names
Floridians to Board
Ethel Blum
for
THE TOTAL TRAVELER
Q / have just made
reservations for a 15-day
guided tour of seven Euro-
pean countries. We will be
visiting London, Holland.
Austria. Germany. Switzer-
land and France. I would like
to know what to pack.
A. Very little. With an
itinerary like that, you'll
hardly have time to shower
and change. You're going to
be moving around quickly
and spending lots of time on
a bus. The less you pack, the
less unpacking will await you
every night when you get
into your hotel. Plan to
travel in comfortable
washable clothing. I prefer
dark colors because they
seem to hold up better. And
keep the luggage light. The
tour escorts take care of
delivering your suitcase to
your room, but hand luggage
means exactly that. It's the
luggage you "1*1 be carrying by
hand. For women on that
kind of a trip. I recommend
either a pants suit or skirt
and jacket for the traveling
portion with extra shirts and
sweaters for a quick change.
Men do well with slacks and
a sports coat. No dressy
clothes are required and I
doubt you'll need more than
three flexible outfits. Don't
forget the all-weather coat.
When the bus gets chilly, it
makes a great blanket.
Q. Every once in a while
late night TV western
mentions the "badlands." Is
this fictional or is there really
a city by that name? If so.
where is it and is it too much
to ask if there are tours to
the "badlands?"
A. Now that you brought
it up, yes, there really is a
Badlands and it's located
right across the U.S. border
from Montana and North
Dakota, smack in the middle
of an area filled with
museums, history and the
Great Outdoors. Tours are
available by bus. train, plane
or you can drive through
the heart of the fertile wheat
growing area Regina is the
name of the city and it is
completely man-made with
imported building materials,
trees and even grass, but the
Mounties think Badlands is
perfect for a training area
and young Mounties call it
home-away-from-home while
they are learning the ropes.
Badlands also is known for
the quaint Hutterite village
of Baildon where people
dress and live as their an-
cestors did. They are
descendants of Austrian
peasants who emigrated to
South Dakota in the 1870s,
then to Canada after the first
World War. The area is so
picturesque, it's hard for film
makers to build an artificial
set with all of the Badlands
qualities. So, next time you
plan a trip out west, cross
the border into Badlands.
You'll find it's not bad at all.
Six Floridians have been
elected to the national
board of directors of the
American Red Magen David for
Israel.
Fleeted were Joseph Han-
dleman of Bay Harbor Isalnds:
Mark D. Soroko of Bal Harbour:
David Coleman. Sol Drescherand
Samuel Keinhard. all of Miami
Beach; and Mrs. Nathan
Goldman of Palm Beach.
Handleman is national
president of the American Red
Magen David, the only agency in
the United States authorized to
solicit and accept funds for the
Magen David Adorn. Israel's Red
Cross sen'ice
DRESCHER AND Mrs.
Goldman are national cochairmen
of the campaign to raise $10
million for a new blood bank in
metropolitan Tel Aviv. Drescher
is ARMDI chairman for the
Southeastern United States
Coleman is Florida state
president and Reinhard is Florida
chairman of the ARMDI.
Reinhard. recently selected
ARMDI s "National Volunteer of
the Year,'' will be honored at the
Dec, Chanukah Festival at the
Theater of the Performing Arts.
Regional headquarters of the
American Red Magen David for
Israel are on Lincoln ltd and
(ieralci Schwartz is regional
director.
JFCS Names New
Psychiatric Head
Dr. Alan A. Lipton has been
named director of psychiatric
services of Jewish Family and
Children's Service. Dr. Lipton. a
former president of JFCS, has
served as psychiatric consultatnt
to the agency.
He is a Fellow of the American
Psychiatric Academy of Psycho-
analysis, certified by the
American Board of Psychiatry
and Neurology, and clinical
associate professor. Department
of Psychiatry, University of
Miami School of Medicine.
Chairwomen Elly Gordon (left) and Rickey Mann
for the Godmothers '76champagne brunch. At tin
Sept event, bringing the membership togetl
plans
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Friday, September 17,1976
*Jenifi fhridliaiti
Page7-B
\Pamela and Dr. Arnold Lehman (left) and Diane and Alan
\Master were among those who attended a preview of new
[sculpture by Manuel Carbonell on Sept. 1 at the Metropolitan
Museum and Art Center. The event was for the benefit of the
:, m s center for Latin American Arts, which will be housed
in the Biltmore complex. Dr. Lehman is director of the museum
and Master is president of the Harriet t Hani; of Miami Heach.
Frank James Elected to Direct
Food Fairs and Pan try Prides
I nod Fair Stores, I nc has
! Frank N. .lames a cor-
\ ice president and named
in the new post ol president
I company's Pant ry Pride
[ market Division. Formerly
lelphia Region super-
I .-..: \ ice president. James
I lirccl .ill <>t the company, 's
1-11 Pantry Pride and Food Fair
arkel s, hich ha\ e annual
"i some 82 billion The
I no menl was mad.' by Jack
U ind. president and chief
I officer ol the super-
r and discount department
I hain.
M ar\ in Lerner, Sout hern
I supermarketing vice
li nl has been promoted to
itive \ ice president of the
market division, Friedland
I
ild Friedland, a director
i corporate vice president,
i i'd the board of directors
ii reasons ol health he does
) -h to stand for reeled ion as
ctor in November and will
i sign from the companj at that
lime.
JAMES JOINED the com-
panj in 1948 .i- .i market research
analyst ,H corporate head-
luarters in Philadelphia after
raduation from Bowling Green
illege The early years of his
were spent in corporate
positions in market research
li'd operations control. He was
nd to the company's
\ onville Region in 1960 "as
Immisiraiive assistant to the
fnion head, and was named
Jacksonville Region super-
parketing vice president in 1971.
lerner, who literally grew up in
family's food store business in
Philadelphia, served with Food
Fair Stores for six years in mer-
chandising and store
Management positions before
fining the Bohack Corp.. a New
|>rk supermarket chain of which
was president when he
joined Food Fair in 1974 as a
supermarket ing staff vice
president for operating services
In November, 1975, he was
named Southern Region vice
president, responsible for all
Pantry Pride and Food Fair
supermarkets in southeastern
Florida.
Harold Friedland. who joined
the company in 1949, was elected
a corporate \ ice president in 1961
and has served as director of
buying and merchandising since
1967. He had served in a number
ol operations and merchandising
positions In 1969 he was elected
to the hoard ol directors
Maxwell House
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On Sunday. Sept. 26. at 7:30
p.m. at the Washington Federal
Savings building, 1234
Washington Ave., all the
members of the Lebediker and
David Rliss Branch will hold
their season's first meeting.
President Joseph P.
Xuckerman and vice presidents
Fanny Gibson and Oscar Shapiro
will describe election plans.
Parliamentarian Morris Tamres
and Leon April have developed a
plan to improve current con-
ditions.
Personal observations are
scheduled from treasurer Leo
Orenstein and secretary William
Halaban. For members under 65
there will be news about Blue
Cross and Blue Shield.
Tifereth Jacob
Sisterhood Social
The Sisterhood of Temple
Tifereth Jacob has invited the
community to join them at a
social gathering at the Temple on
Saturday, Sept. 18, at h p.m.
Refreshments and a social hour
will precede the traditional
Selichot service, which begins at
midnight. Rabbi Philip Chaiton
will conduct services
Changes1 At Beth Sholom School
Temple Beth Sholom opens its
School for Living Judaism on
Sunday, Sept. 19, with a number
of changes in the program.
Starting with a new educational
director. Stanley Liedeker, the
school is looking forward to
broadening its educational
facility.
Among planned changes are
integration of the arts into the
curriculum, a modified team-
teaching structure and reinforce-
ment of Hebrew from the mid-
week program.
THE HIGH SCHOOL
program, under the direction of
the Central Agency for Jewish
Education, will be held on
Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
Registration is set for next
Tuesday evening at 7 for grades 7
and 8 and for Thursday evening
it 7 for grades 9 through 12. Only
children of temple members may
register
Youth programming has been
started lor the junior and senior
voul li groups Wit h renovation of
the Levinson Youth Center com-
pleted during the summer.
considerable activity has been
>lanned.
The mid-week Hebrew
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and devoted her life to charitable
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Constitution, saw the drafters entering Inde-
pendence Hall and giving birth to the Nation.
She lived to see its rebirth after Lee's surrender
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peril to her own life, had nursed li ng's
fiancee, 18 year old Matilda Hoffman, dying
from tuberculosis. Scolt, never knowing Jews
and indulging in the prejudices of the day, was
struck with the compassionate Rebecca and
the high esteem in which Philadelphia held the
GratZ family. Scott immortalized her as the
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novel, "Ivanhoe."
Rebecca Gratz fell in love with a man not of
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*Jenifi fkridian
Friday, Septemh,.r 17
The ghosts of Democratic
presidents past made their ap-
pearance last Friday as Jimmy
Carter zoomed through Broward
County on a quickie political
junket.
Whether speaking informally
to Florida "kinfolk" on the
airport apron or to the 2,600 blue
collar International Association
of Machinists and Aerospace
Workers or to the creme de la
creme of financially elite local
Democrats, Jimmy Carter
analogized his candidacy with the
campaigns of Franklin D.
Roosevelt. Harry S Truman and
John F. Kennedy.
WITH A QUIET, hesitant
smile, more reminiscent of Bobby
Kennedy than JFK. Carter spoke
earnestly of the "realization of
greatness, simple justice and
honesty." Like FDR. he hopes to
"remove the fear of the future"
and restore some sense of pur-
pose to the American people.
He referred reverentially to
Truman and his "buck stops
here" philosophy, obliquely
implying that the incumbent
lacks that sort of leadership
quality.
At the machinists union
convention, which was so smoky
that the meeting could have
passed for some exaggerated
union hall poker game despite the
Diplomat's plush interior, and
agair. at the $1,000 per person
fund-raiser, Carter recalled the
symbolism of a campaign visit to
FDR's winter home in Warm
Springs, Georgia.
WHETHER THAT talisman
will prove effective, of course,
remains to be seen. But Jimmy
Carter deduced that a stop in
Warm Springs equates with a
spot in Washington.
While his basic message was
the same to all three groups.
Carter used the political gambit
of couching his terms in
phraseology appropriate to his
audience. For example, when
speaking to the blue collar crowd,
he reminded the machinists, "I'm
a farmer and an engineer. I've
worked with my hands and I'm
the first in my family to have a
good life." The appeal was
directed specifically at the
working man with a
simultaneous not-so-subtle at-
tack on "Wall Street brokers."
Following his talk with the
masses. Carter rubbed elbows
with South Florida's Democratic
bluebloods. He humbly told the
smaller gathering that he is still
in the "learning process."
IN A somewhat obsequious
manner, he added that he needed
both criticism and support from
the group he earlier had referred
to as "you people with influence,
good education and adequate
financial status." His appeal to
the private party group, which
included homegrown politicos
Gov. Reubin Askew, Rep. Elaine
Bloom, Sen. Jack Gordon,
Monna Lighte, Rose Gordon, as
well as Irv and Marge Cowan,
Joe Kanter, Bernardo Benes, B.
B. Goldstein, Marvin and Phyllis
Cassel, Lloyd Howard, Rafael
Kapurtin, Milton Gainer, Herb
Weinsoff, Norman Giller, Ira
Hotchkiss, Goldie Goldstein and
Elsa Burger, was to "a group I
know always is eager to help a
worthy cause."
His talks last week seemed
more low key than sensational
but he did personally reassure
this writer that, if elected, he will
"definitely" support ratification
of the 27-year-old genocide treaty
that has been bouncing around
the Senate since Harry Truman
introduced it in 1949.
IT SEEMS that, according to
a knowledgeable source at the
Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee office, the last time the
matter of genocide was in-
troduced, the Senate failed to
invoke cloture to stop a filibuster.
In February. 1974, during the
93rd Congress, the vote was 55-
38.
That means there were 55
American senators who. in some
abstruse rationale, thought the
subject of genocide was not
worthy of oensure. Jimmy Carter
said he maintained an opposite
stand at the B'nai B'rith con-
vention.
In South Florida, at least, the
pro life anti-abortionists did not
mar an otherwise political af-
ternoon delight. Aside from some
homemade placards carried by
several members of the Broward
Right-to-Life group, there was no
official recognition of abortion as
a political issue.
In fact. Dr. Bernardo Benes,
chairman of the Dade County
Democrat Latinos for Car-
ter Mondale and a founder of
the Cuban Hebrew Congregation,
put the subject of abortion in its
proper perspective. "The
abortion issue is a diversion from
the real issues of this campaign.
It's about the 300th priority," he
said.
WHILE THE local press
people had to be screened for
security clearance, unknown men
and women were allowed into the
same area after a cursory check
by Secret Servicemen.
While trying to question
Carter further, this reporter
witnessed a woman press a sealed
envelope into Carter's out-
stretched hand. A Secret Service-
man immediately retrieved and
crushed it despite the woman's
objections.
With the horror of three
political assassinations still too
fresh on the American mind, it is
an unsettling wonder why
unknown quantities are per-
mitted all too much access to
those whom the Treasury men
are paid to protect.
In spite of the potential
possibilities involved in meeting
the masses. Carter lightens his
earnestness with a touch of
whimsy. His rented jet is
christened "Peanut One" and he,
like National Airlines, is saying
"Take me, I'm yours!"
(Happenings! Miss Sarmiento WedsAtKeyBimyne
> ^ Angelica Sarminntn ,Io.._l.
John Dobbins will present a
narration and slides. "An
Introduction to Opera." at the
Monthly Art Forum on Monday.
Sept. 20. at 2:30 p.m. at the
Rotunda Room of the Miami
Beach Public Library.
The Dade County Optometric
Association is sponsoring an in-
office school screening on Friday,
Oct. 15. at any neighborhood
optometrist's office. Appoint-
ments are free to all first-, fourth-
and sixth-graders.
The Tropical Cancer League
will hold its first luncheon
meeting of the season at mxin
today at the Montmartre Hotel.
Sara Helfand will review Cynthia
Freeman's "A World Full of
Strangers." and Mrs. Louis Fish-
man will preside.
Five affiliates of the
Miami Rogers general agency of
National Life Insurance Co. of
Vermont have won membership
in the 1976 President's Club:
Gerald R. Falick, Walter P.
Gaffney. F. Harry Smith. Keith
W. Loring CLU and district
agent George F. Thurman. All
are Miami residents.
Deadline is Sept. 24 for ap-
plications to be chosen Queen of
the 1977 Miami International
Boat Show, Feb. 18-23. in the
Miami Beach Convention Center
Ladies at least 18 years old may-
apply by contacting the boat
show office in Coral Gables. The
event is the nation's largest
nautical exposition.
Robert W. Downes, Jr.. has
been elected vice president and
senior trust officer of Jefferson
National Bank of Miami Beach.
He has been engaged in Florida
trust banking for the past 16
years.
The Ladies Auxiliary of
George Gershwin Lodge No. 196
Knights of Pythias will hold a
general meeting on Monday.
Sept. 20, at 8 p.m. at the Surfside
Community Center.
The JWV Ladies Auxiliary No.
174 is to attend the Quarterly.
Oct. 24-26, at Orlando. The next
ward party at the VA Hospital
will be sometime in Novemeber.
Clark Cook, Miami Division-
Consumer Service Manager.
Florida Power & Light Company,
has been appointed cochairman
of United Way's campaign Unit
N for the third consecutive year
by 1976 general campaign
chairman attorney Marshall S.
Harris. The unit campaigns
among Dade County's small
business establishements.
The Dade Broward Chapter of
the Retinitis Pigmentosa
Foundation will meet at 8 this
evening at the First Federal
building, 18301 Biscayne Blvd.
Dr. Richard Warren, geneticist,
will discuss the problems of
persons with the disease.
Angelica Sarmiento (lau^hi,,
of Mr and || GuilS^
Sarmiento of North Miami
Beach, and Harr\ I Deutach
son of Mr. and Mrs Herni
Deutsch of Hollywood.
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Mehta, Bronfman, TaubFeatured
In Israel Philharmonic Concerts
Violinist Haim Taub and
pianist Yefim Bronfman are
featured soloists at the 8:30 p.m.
performances, Monday, Sept. 20.
and Tuesday. Sept. 21. of the
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra
under the baton of Zubin Mehta,
marking the opening of the 1976-
77 Temple Beth Sholom Great
Artists Series.
India-born Mehta will lead the
orchestra and soloists at the
Theater of the Performing Arts in
programs ranging from
Beethoven"s Leonora Overture
No. 3 to Prokofiev's Violin
Concerto No. 1 to Rach
maninoff's third piano concerto.
WHEN MEHTA and the
Israel Philharmonic were both 25,
he was invited to conduct and
the invitation was extended for
an annual engagement until their
mutual 50th birthday.
Mehta. who became the or-
chestra's music adviser in 1969
after leading it for seven years,
was the youngest person ever to
conduct the Vienna and Berlin
Philharmonics and the youngest
permanent music director of the
Los Angeles Philharmonic. In
February of this year he was
appointed music director of the
New York Philharmonic, ef-
fective in the 1978 season.
Russian emigre pianist Yefim
Bronfman makes his American
debut at the Tuesday evening
concert, which is sponsored
jointly by the American Jewish
Congress. Haim Taub is con-
certmaster of the 106-member
Israel Philharmonic, 60 of whose
members were born or raised in
Israel. Five are founding
members, and today all speak
Hebrew, including the 20 recent
arrivals from Russia.
Round Town
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Barkan of Miami Beach
celebrated their 50th wedding
anniversary with friends and
relatives at a Sept. 5 reception
and dinner at the Fontainebleau
Hotel. Longtime Miami
residents, they have been
members of Beth David Con-
gregation for 23 years.
Celebrating with them were
their daughter and xson-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Roth, and
their grandchildren. Bernard,
Jesse, Shari and Larisa Roth, and
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Roth and
the whole Roth family.
Other family members who
joined them for the occasion were
Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Friedman,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silverman,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Karo. Mrs.
Bessie Barkan and out-of-town
guests, including nephews Irwin
Yatzkan of New York City and
Jack Friedman of Poughkeepsie.
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Temple Beth Am on the Entebbe rescue mission from two hostages freed by Israeli commando
units on July 4. Steven Shere (left); Ronald Krongold, Southeastern Regional New Leadership
chairman; Ezra and Janet Almog, who recently visited Miami; Jerry Silver, Richard Krinzman
and Dr. Michel Nahmad. More than 100 Israel Bond New Leadership members attended the
meeting with the Almogs.
South Dade JCC Plans Open House
Mrs. Fran Levey, chairperson
of the South Dade Program Com-
mittee of the Jewish Community
Centers of South Florida. South
Dade Extension, has announced
that an open house to introduce
the start of the new JCC fall
program will be held there on
Sunday, Sept. 19. starting at
3:30 p.m. and continuing to 5:30
p.m.
Magic acts by the Metro Mini
Magicians, Israeli Dancing.
"Pickle the Clown" are scheduled
and there will be excerpts from
"Charlie Brown" by the JCC
Teen Group. Also included will be
demonstrations of some of the
classes and activities to be of-
fered in the children's after-
school program. Information will
also be available on teeryand
adult programs.
There will be an opportunity to
meet the JCC staff and
preregister for the many
programs the Jewish Community
Centers is offering this fall at the
South Dade Extension. Refresh-
ments will be available.
For further information, call
the JCC office.
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f September 17,1976
*Jenit> fkriafiari
Page 1 IB
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lichot Services Introduce Days of Awe
chot services at area
agues and temples will
the holiest of days of the
i calendar year 5737.
litionally. Selichot prayers
intance are said at mid-
on the Sabbath night
ling Rosh Hashonah. but
congregations will gather
|r in the evening.
the forerunner of the
itial season. Selichot
set the mood for the
king Days of Awe.
Irving I.ehrman. rabbi of
lie Emanu-Fl of Miami
will preach on "A Prayer
le Eva of the High Holy
I' during the Selichot service
begins at 12 midnight
lay. Sept. 18.
Hit.'' Zvi Adler and the
Hl< Kmanu-El Choir, under
netion of Israeli composer
Bbu-'I Kershko, will assist Dr
Hh.m in the traditional
il service.
chot is the plural of the
Iw word, selichah. which
forgiveness. In the plural.
>rd is used for a special
B of service consisting of
Bi<'iial. non-statutory prayers
are recited during the
ential season which begins
Rosh Hashonah and
udes with Yom Kippur.
I.ehrman pointed out that
hot services begin at
ight In'cause the Ashkenazi
m is to commence Selichot
rs on the Sunday before
Hashonah. and the mid-
service is the only service
Ible before the regular
big service.
Iphardic custom is to com-
e reciting Selichot prayers
ays prior to Yom Kippur, Dr.
hnan said.
addition to the regular
lay night services at 8 o'clock
Ight. members of Temple
fcel nt Greater Miami. 137 NE
Street, will also participate
the traditional Selichot ser-
es, beginning at 10 o'clock
lurday night.
tahhi Joseph R. Narot will
nth both nights on themes
gjopriate to the approach of
llligh Holy Days
"abbi Bret! S. Goldstein will
|ch on "A Time to Avenge. A
le to forgive'' classical
pis ni the new Jewish year
[>t: Sabbath Eve services at
Die i-rael South,9025 Sunset
. Friday evening beginning
''clock Religion- School at
Southwest branch of Temple
I Greater Miami is on
Irdaj morning at 9:30o'clock
1 ;- still tune to register
he new session
K High Holiday season will
lialh be ushered in at Temple
"I \orth Dade on Saturday
Wing, Sept 18, with Selichot
I to Im held at midnight
Selichot Service seeks to
ire the mood and themes of
[High Holidays. It can be
ribed as the overture to the
of Awe. At Temple Sinai
Service is of a creative nature.
congregation sits in
kness, by candlelight, as the
|bi and lay readers read
ropriate selections pertaining
he Days of Awe. interspersed
cantorial chants appropriate
he season. A social hour will
pede the Selichot Service
mingat 10:30 p.m.
Fersons interested in joining
lple Sinai are invited to share
[social hour and the service.
ibbath eve and morning
vices will be conducted at
iple Sinai on Friday evening.
?t 17, at 8:15 p.m. and on
[urday morning at 10:30 a.m.
sbi Kings ley will speak on
Friday evening and will conduct
Torah Study during the Sabbath
morning services.
The A ventura Jewish Center, a
Conservative synagogue, begins
its first year with the new year
Rabbi Seymour Friedman will
conduct Selichot Services on
Saturday evening at midnight,
preceded bv refreshments at
10:30.
Rabbi Dov Bidnick, spiritual
leader of Sky Lake Synagogue in
North Miami Beach, will conduct
traditional Selichot Services
Saturday night at 12:30 a.m. The
synagogue's Sisterhood will host
i refreshment period at midnight
followed by a talk on "The Art of
Repentance'' by Rabbi Bidnick.
Cantor Sandor Feldman will
chant the Selichot prayers. The
congregation will continue to say
prayers of repentance each
morning at 7 until Rosh
Hashonah.
Rabbi Moshe Bomzer of Young
Israel of Hollywood will conduct
Selichot services at the Oaks
Condominium on Saturday
evening at 11. The schedule,
which includes an innovative
Selichot Seminar, will be
preceded by a social hour. Rabbi
Bomzer will speak to the topic
"The Repentance Process'- at
Shabbat services Saturday
morning at 9.
Rabbi Sheldon Fver and
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
have announced that Cantor
(limpel Orimland will render his
first service at the synagogue on
Saturday at midnight for
Selichot. Cantor Orimland, also
an ordained rabbi, received
smicha from Yeshiva Bais
Yoseph in B'nai B'rak, Israel.
Abner Moyal. President of the
Sephardic Jewish Center, has
announced that Rabbi Nesim
(lambaeh will lead Selichot
services at 11 p.m. at the North
Miami Beach synagogue.
Rabbi Charles Rubel. of
Temple Beth Tov. will conduct a
Teach-In based upon the High
Holy Days at Friday evening
services to begin at 8:15 tonight.
On Saturday evening, Cantor
William Golembe will chant
melodies in Fnglish. Hebrew and
Yiddish during Selichot services
which will begin at 9 p.m.
Selichot Services at the
Israelite (enter Temple will
include .i dialogue between Kabbi
Solomon Waldenberg and the
congregation, preceded by a
-in ial hour. 'The service, which
will begin at 10 p m will feature
a sermon on Bible Study. Cantor
llvman Lifshinand the( hoirwill
chant the actual Selichot prayers
at midnight.
An organ prelude will precede
Friday evening services at
Temple Beth Sholom beginning
at 7:45 p.m. Dr. Leon Kronish
will speak on "Are You Really
Heady to Take a Ixxik in the
Mirror?"
A cello rendition of Kol Nidre
highlights will be featured at
Temple Bet Breira's Selichot
service, Saturday (Sept. 18) at
the Killian Pines United
Methodist Church.
The service, which ushers in
the High Holy Days, begins at
10:30 p.m.
The special Saturday night
service, with the cello presen-
tation by celli.s r. will
be preceded ... .. dinner for the
temple's 50 m
Special Selichot, or Penitential,
services will be held at 11:30 p.m.
on Saturday, Sept. 18, at Temple
Beth Solomon.
Rabbi Dr. David Raab,
spiritual leader of the con-
gregation, will conduct the
services and preach on: "Pre-
paring for the High Holy Days."
Cantor Nathan Parnass will
chant the liturgy. A Temple Beth
Solomon Choir, under the
direction of Binah Barnett will
make its first appearance.
"The Penitential services come
at midnight, at the hush of the
night, when the world is asleep,"
Rabbi Raab said. "We prepare
ourselves to ask forgiveness from
the Almighty, before we ap-
proach him on the High Holy
Days of Rosh Hashonah and
Yom Kippur." he said.
The public is invited to attend.
Community Leaders
Participate in
UJA Prime
Ministers Mission
Continued from Page III
summarized in two words which
have special meaning to all
people, especially Jews
freedom and select ion," said Gen.
Gur.
Binyamin Netanyahu. the
younger brother of Jonathan
Netanyahu, the hero of Fntebbe
slain during the rescue, told the
Mission: "Entebbe tells us that
free men, if they are willing to
tight, if they are ready to employ
their courage and wisdom, and
channel all of their resources into
a concerted and determined
action, can overcome ruthless
evil, however dreadful and
threatening.'*
The emotions of the Prime
Minister's Mission was summed
up by one participant who
declared. "I was in Auschwitz,
and no one came to save me. That
is the meaning of Fntebbe and
why my giving is an expression
of love."
On Saturday evening, Sept. 18.
prior to the Selichot service at
Temple Ner Tamid, Rabbi
Marvin Tokayer will be the guest
speaker. The Rabbi has recently
returned for a one year sabbatical
after serving the Jewish com-
munity of Japan for eight years.
Rabbi Tokayer will speak on the
subject. "A Young American
Rabbi Speaks Alxiut the Jewish
Japanese."
The lecture will begin at 9:15
p.m., followed by refreshments.
The entire community is cordially
invited.
At 11:30 p.m., Rabbi Kugene
LabovitZ will lead his con
gregation in the traditoinal
Selichot Service assisted by
Cantor Fdward Klein and the Ner
Tamid Symphonic Choir.
On Saturday evening, Sept. 18,
at midnight the traditional
Selichot Services will be held at
Temple Zion.
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will
speak on "Is Repentance
Fnough?" The rabbi will analyze
the necessity for true repentance
in our day and age. The steps
leading to complete contrition
are: awareness of one's guilt,
sincere confession before God,
deep remorse, and a firm resolve
never to repeat the offense.
Prior to the Midnight Service,
there will be a special reception to
welcome the new members of the
Temple Zion Professional Staff,
Cantor Ben Dickson and Musical
Director Avron Smolensky. The
reception and social hour will
begin at 10:30 p.m. and conclude
at midnight.
A


At the Florida Friends of Yeshiva University presentation
breakfast at the Sterling Hotel were (from left) Joseph M.
Drexler, Master Builder William Silverstein, Councilman
Murray Meyerson, Master Builder Samuel Reinhard, director
of development Leo Hack and Florida Friends chairman Peter
(toldring.
Yeshiva U. Cites Master Builders
With Samuel Rosner as host,
the Sterling Hotel was the scene
of a recent presentation break-
fast, sponsored by the Florida
Friends of Yeshiva University, at
which Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Reinhard and William Silver-
stein, who became Master
Builders of Yeshiva University,
received bronze plaques sym-
bolizing their leadership.
Presenting the citations.
Councilman Murray Meyerson
noted that the Reinhards and
Silversteins have been pioneers,
not only in Yeshiva University in
Miami, but in furthering com-
munal causes here and in Israel.
Under the chairmanship of
Peter Goldring and Joseph M.
Drexler, last year's recipient of
Yeshiva University's Heritage
Award, the Florida Friends have
helped make the university an
integral part of the South Florida
Jewish community.
Saxony Hotel Featuring
New Facilities, Program
The Saxony Hotel and Tennis
Club, Miami Beach's kosher
hostelry, will open for the 1976-77
winter season Tuesday. Nov. 16,
featuring expanded tennis
facilities, a new children's play-
ground and a nightly entertain-
ment policy.
Abbey Berkowitz, president of
the 389-room Saxony, said the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations again will provide full
supervision of dietary laws in the
Saxony's dining room and other
food operations.
Long a landmark on Florida's
(iold Coast, the Saxony occupies
two full oceanfront blocks from
32 nd to 34th Streets on the
Atlantic Ocean and on Collins
Avenue.
Traditional daily as well as
Sabbath and holiday services will
be held in the Saxony's syna-
gogue, with guest cantors, rabbis
and speakers scheduled
throughout the winter season.
Berkowitz. a leader in many
Jewish and Israeli organizations
on national and local levels, is a
director of such organizations as
the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy. Meruit/er \lesivta
High School of Miami Beach and
Bar-Han Universitv
<~
le ? maim
1701 Washington Ave. M.B.
HIGH HOLY DAY
SFRVICES
In The Miami,
Beach Theatre
Of The
Performing Arts
Or. iRvinq LehRrrun Will Officiate
CantOR Zvi A61gr Will Chant
Assisted by the Temple Choir
Under the direction of Shmuel Fershko
THE LEHRM AN DAY SCHOOL
727 77th Street
Elementary Dept Grades 1 6
Junior High Grodes 7 9
And
All Departments of Religious School
and Nursery Kindergarten
STILL ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS
Membership Inquiries Welcome
Special Rate for Young Married Couples
TEMPLE OFFICE
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Friday, September 17,1975
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELT VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION NO. 744044 (16)
NOTICE OF ACTION OF
ADOPTION
INI
ATX lONBYHl'GOW JOSEY
of a : nor female child
to;Rj i el Barrios
lence unknown
"e \RE NOTIFIED that a Petition
for option of your minor child
daue- ler has been filed against you and
you i required to serve a copy of your
WTltti defense. If any. to It on GLADYS
QERSON ESQLIRE. attorney for
Peti' r-.er. whose address Is 101 NW
12th i venue. Miami. Florida 33128. and
file oriKlnal with the Clerk of the
above styled Cpi--* on or before October
1. ix.t> otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded In the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published one
week for four consecutive weeks !n 'he
JEW ISH FLORIDi AI\ .
WITNESS my hand and seal of said
Court at Miami. Dade County. Florida
this 25th day of August. 1976.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As CTerk. Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida
By: A CRUTCHER
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
STONE. SOSTCHIN. KOSS
It GONZALEZ PA.
101 NW 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
Attorney for Petitioner
Aug. 27; Sept. 3. 10. 17,1976
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 74-3424
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
ALBERT F SULLIVAN. JR .
Petitioner.
FLORENCE R SLLLIVAN.
Respondent
YOl'. FLORENCE R SULLIVAN.
1002 Ottawa. Defiance. Ohio 43S12. ARE
HEREBY NOTIFIED TO FILE your
written response to this action for
dissolution of marriage, with the Clerk
of the above Court, and serve a copy
upon Petitioner's Attorneys. VON
ZAMFT& SMITH. Suite 880. 1320South
Dixie Highway. Coral Gables. Florida
33146. on or before the 1st day of
October. 1976 else the Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage will be taken as
confessed
DATED Aug l. 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By A CRUTCHER
Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i
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
OVATIONS-COMPLIMENTS, at 5364
NW 35th Court, Miami. Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
WOODLANDS FASHIONS. INC
A Florida Corp.
Sept. 3. 10.17.24. 1976
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
11TH JUDICIALCIRCUITINAND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No. 74-27011
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Marriage of:
ELVIRA BERNAL, wife and
RAFAEL BERNAL. husband.
TO:RAFAELBERNAL
416 New York Avenue
Apartment No. 2
Elizabeth, New Jersey 07202
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 N W 17
Avenue Miami. Florida 33125. and file
the original with the CTerk of the above
styled Court on or before this 8th day of
October 1976. or a Default will be en
tered a gainst you.
DATK !> this 27th day of August. 1976
I HARDP BRINKER
k of the Circuit Court
H F MuscorenaD.C
Sept. 3. 10.17,24. 1976
CIRCUIT COURT
TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
3E COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENEk AL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NO. 74 24(44
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN HP I'IK MARRIAGE OF
ANTI' V POI.YCARPE,
and.
vs
SO\
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
11TH JUDICIALCIRCUITINAND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No. 76-23502
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
In Re The Marriage Of
ADA UTON Wife and
JESUS CRISTOBAL UTON
Husband
TO JESl'S CRISTOBAL UTON
i Residence Unknown i
YOl ARK 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 Attomev. HARVEY D
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 1st day of
October. 1976, or a Default will be en-
tered against you.
DATED this 25th dav of August. 1976.
RICHARD P BRINKER
CTerk of the Circuit Court
By A CRUTCHER
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
PROTOURS OF HIALEAH at 1544 West
49 St Hlaleah. Fla Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Countv. Florida
PROFESSIONAL TOURS. INC.
A Fla Corp
Sept. 3.10. 17,24.1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
REFINISHING SERVICE, at 459 East
28 St.. No. 4. Hlaleah. Fla.. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida
NELSON GONZALEZ
Sept. 10, 17. 24; Oct. 1. 1976
I
notifie
to the
again-
VCARPE.
A POLYCARPE
K UNKNOWN, are hereby
rve a copy of your An
utlon of Marriage
upon husband's atlo.-
Hoi.AS. ESQ 612 \ M
12th Miami. Florida 33136 and
II' *ith Clerk of Court oi
before : her 8. 1976; otherwise
Petit io.- will be confessed by you.
Date :iis 27th day of August. 1976
ARDP BRINKER, CTerk
By: M.J. Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
Sept. 3. 10,17,24, 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH
ASSOCIATION at 9951, Interama Blvd
North Miami Beach. Fla Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida
COMMUNITY MENTAL'HEALTH
ASSOCIATES. INC
A Florida Corp
MORTON B ZEMEL
Attorney for Applicant
_______________Sept 17.24: Oct. 1.8, 1976
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN ANDFOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-27430
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
HONEY VIRGINIA BOURNE.
Wife
and
BELKNAPBATTLE BOURNE.
Husband.
TO:BELKNAP BATTLE BOURNE
127 Hilton Way
Paclflca. California 94044
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 ROBERT H
BURNS. ESQ. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address of 420 Lincoln Road,
Suite 450, Miami Beach, Florida 33139.
and file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before October
13. 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 1st
day of September, 1976.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By L Sneeden
As Deputy CTerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
ROBERT H. BURNS, ESQ
Law Offices of
BURNS A ARNOVITZ
420 Lincoln Road, Suite 450
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
538-4421
Attorney for Petitioner
Sept. 10, 17.24; Oct 1. 1976
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
11 TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JUR ISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 76-26724
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN RE THE MARRIAGE
JOE FRANKLIN COOKS
Husband-Petitioner
and
ALICE COOKS.
Wife Respondent
YOU. ALICE COOKS w ho resides at
Route 1. East. PO Box 187. 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 mall a copy to
(.-litioner's attorney MARSHALL
ESQ 9215 SW 144 SI Miami.
hi 33176, on or before the 8th d
October. 1976. or this Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage filed against
you will be taken as confessed.
Dated this 26th of August. 1978. at
Miami. Dade County. Florida
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By A F Muscorella
Deputy CTerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
Sept 3,10. 17.24,1976
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C IRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOP
DADECOUNTY
CIVILACTION NO 76-27008
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE The Marriage of
ZUDUITTU HI \KK
and
LESLIE JOHN BLAKE
To LESLIE JOHN BLAKE
7 Bowneai Koari
[ford 9 K
London, England
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
.m action for Dissolution Of Marriage
en filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any. to it on IRA J DPI <"K
MAN P A attorney for Petitioner
WhOte address Is 550 Roberts Bldg It
W Flagler St. Miami. Fla SS1S0
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
Dade County. Florida
ByB Llpps
As Deputy Clerk
l Circuit Court Seal i
IRAJ DRUCKMAN.PA
550 Roberts Bldg
28 W Flagler St.
Miami. Fla. '3130 USA
Attomev for r-etltioner
Sept 3. 10 17.24. 1976
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 75-2S3
Division Judge Blanton
IN RE ESTATE OF
THELMA D LEE. Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE :
YOl- ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
the administration of the estate of
THELMA D. LEE. deceased. File
Number 75 253. Is pending In the Circuit
Court for Dade County. Florida.
Probate Division, the address of which
is 73 West Flagler St.. Miami. Fla. 33130
The personal representative of the
estate Is DONNA S BELL, whose ad-
dress Is 1377 NW 34th St.. Miami. Fla
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 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
17.1976
DONNAS BELL
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of THE LMA D. LE E
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
ESSEN A ESSEN. ESQS.
1208AinsleyHldg
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name 01
IKW ISF1 FLORIDIAN MARKETING 41
at 838 II St Miami Beach. Fla intend
ame v. ith the Clerk of
SrcuH Court of Dade County.
Florida
FREDK snot HI 1
si ZANNESHOCHET
M u:CY LEFTON
Sepl I 176
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN ANDFOR
DADECOUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO. 76-27513
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
RAYMOND LOUIS O'NEAL,
Petitioner,
vs.
DAVET JEANNE COCKBURN
0 NEAL,
Respondent.
YOU. DAVEY JEANNE COCKBURN
O'NEAL, Residence unknown. ARK
HEREBY NOTIFIED TO KILE your
written response to this action for
dissolution of marriage, with the CTerk
of the above Court, and serve a copy
upon Petitioner's Attorneys. SAIL T
VON ZAMFT. 1320 South Dixie High
way, Suite 850. Coral Gables. Florida
33146. on or before the 15th day of
October. 1976. else the Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage will be taken as
confessed.
DATED Sept. 2. 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER
By M J Hartnett
Deputy Clerk
iCIrcult Court Seal I
Sept 10. 17.24: Oct 1. 1976
Miami. Fla 33132
Telephone: 371-2675
Sept 17.24.1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LES KLEIN & FRIENDS at 301 Arthur
Godfrey Rd Miami Beach. Fla.. In-
tends to register said name with the
CTerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida
REAL PROPERTY CONCEPTS. INC.
A Florida Corp
Sept 17.24 Ocl 1 I 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAMF LAW
NOTICE [3 HEREBY OI\ EN thai the
undersigned, desiring to enga.
buslnesi under the fictitious name of
THE DIAGNOSTIC I LTRASi
LABORATORY at 995 Interama Blvd
N. Miami Beach. Fla Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida
JOSHIAI. STKRNBERG. M.D PA
MORTON B ZEMEL
Attorney for Applicant
Sept 17, 24; Oct. 1.8,1976
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No 76-26313
NOTICE OF ACTION
ANITA RUTH DALE.
Plaintiff,
vs
NORMAN PIXON DALE,
I H'fendant
TO NORMAN DIXON DALE
2755 Shipping Ave
Miami Florida
You are notified lhal an action to
partition the following property In Dade
County Florida
I/its Seven I7i and Eight 181 of Hardies
Addition, the same being a subdivision
of the South half i S -. of the Northeast
Quarter INE 'i of the North..-'
Quarter INE I of the Northeaal
Quarter INE '.' of Section 21 Township
54 South Range 41 Kast. according to
the Plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 7.
at Page 34. of the Public Records of
I lade 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 CTerk
______________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
BENRUTH STAMP CO.. Not Inc at
Post Office Box 402806. Miami Beach.
Florida 33140. Intends to register said
name with the CTerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida
BEN ZION GINSBLRG
Aug. 27; Sept. 3. 10. 17.1976
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
Civil Action No. 74-24340
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 In known
i"OU 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 Petitioner
whose addretl is 1497 NW 7th Street.
Miami Florida BUS, aid file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before Oct 1st, 1976;
other-wise a default will he entered
against vou for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week fur four consecutive
KWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS m) hand and the |i
orldaonth
RICH "-.'< P BRINKER
\ Clei Clri till Court
1 lade < unlj Florid i
B) H I.li
eputy Clerk
. :t < 'ourt Seal l
David m Oonahak
1497 NW 7th Street
Miami. Fl. 33125
Attorney for Petitioner
Aug. 27; Sept 3. 10. 17.1976
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 76 5480
Division Judge Frank B Dowlinq
IN RE ESTATE OF
BIRTL BROWNING,
I ec i
NOTICEOF ADMINISTRATION
TO Ml PERSONS H-W UNO ci
OR DEM N1 9 v I UNSTTHE \
-l I U.I. OTHER I I
INTERES rEDIN THE ESTATE
Yol ARE HEREBY NOTIF If
'.m of theestal
i IWNING dei eased I
landing In the Cli
inty, Florid
i uvliion '
107, Dad.- County Courttl
011031, Miami. Fla 33101 Thl .
: ; ei of the '
WILSON BROWNING, whose ad
288 Bal Bay Drive. Apt l-AWati
Hal Harbour. Fla 3*154 and I
BROWNING JR., whose addi.....
NW hi Ave Gainesville, Fla 3260
name and address of the i-
representatives' attorney a-.
below
All persons haying claims or d,
against the estate are
WITHIN THREE MONTHS <:,,\\
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS None >
file with the clerk of the above court a
written statement of any claim or
demand they may have Eat h
must be In writing and must Indie ate the
basis for the claim, the name and id
dress of the creditor or his ...
attorney, and the amount claimed If
the claim Is not yet due. the dat-
will become due shall be stated If the
claim Is contingent or unliquidated the
nature of Ihe uncertainty shall be
stated. If the claim Is secured the
-e< urity shall be described The
claimant shall deliver sufficient pies
of the claim to the clerk to enable the
Clark to mall one copy to each personal
representative
All persons interested In the esl
whom a copy of this Notice- of
Administration has been mailed ,,re-
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 dei edei
will the qualifications of Ihe pen
representatives or the venue or
jurisdiction of the court
ILL CLAIMS. DEMANDS WP
OBJECTIONS NOT so FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Date of the first publication
Notice of Administration Sept 10
8 MIA WILSON BROW NI.Nc,
HIRTI. BROWNING, JR
As Personal Representatn 'e sol 1
Estate of BIRTL BROWN IN ,
Dece
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVES
SI l./.HKRCKR AND LOGAN
By EUGENE W SULZBERGER
260 95th Street
Miami Beach. Florida 33154
Telephone 865-8631
For SARA WILSON BROWNING
HI.lTSTKINand.MOI.ANS
By JAMES A MOLANS
1440NW 14 Avenue
Miami, Florida 33125
Telephone 324-1140
For HIRTI. BROWNING, JR
Sepl 10. 17 1976
NOTICEOF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
CIVILACTION NO. 76-24347
ACTION FOR ANNULMENT
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NORMA DE IAS N1EVES
CABA1.I.KROS. ALSO KNOWN AS
NORMA LAMAS
vs:
TO ELDIS LAMAS
Last known residence:
Calle Dos Hermanas No 11
2do Izq
Madrid. Spain
Vot ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED:-:
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 ,
torney for Petitioner whose addres.- is
101 NW 12th Avenue, Miami. Florida
33128. and file the original with the c lerk
of the above styled court on or before
Ocl 1st. 1976. otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded in Ihe complaint
This notice shall be published
I'." h week for four consecutive W(
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the sea! of
said ourt at Miami. Florida on thl
day of August. 1976
RICHARD!' BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By WILLIE hhadshawjr
As Deputy Clerk
i Cm cut Court Seal I
i ILADYS QERSON
101 NW 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
Aug W; Bepl 9 10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUSNAMELAW
N. i'I'ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engs
luisine.ssunderthe fictitious nanII
BKYLAKETOI
B<1 B TRAVEL
ll 18188 NE 19 Avenue N
I li tends to n i
With the Clerk of the I
t ]. c ounty. Florida
skyi IKETOI R8, INC
rtdaCorp
KWITNEY.of
Kwitney. Kroop &
Seheinberg P A
130Lincoln Road. Suite 512
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Applicant
Sept 10. 17. 24: Oct. 1.
,1976


Friday, September 17,1976

LEGAL NOTICE
TNTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case NO. 7t-2MI7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF:
I.ILUE SELLARS. wife and
CLYDE PHILLIP SELLARS,
husband.
TO: CLYDE PHILLIP SELLARS
c i o Rudgers Barber Shop
248 George Street
New Brunswick. New Jersey
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 33128. and file
the original with the Clerk of the above
styled Court on or before this 22nd day
0l October, 1978. or a Default will be
entered against you.
DATED this 13th day of September.
RICHARD P.BRINKER
Clerk Of the Circuit Court
By I. Barnard
Sept. 17. 24: Oct. 1,8, 197B
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 76-5579
Division Joseph Nesbitt
n RE ESTATE OF
otto MAUTNER,
I lei ea.-ed
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
:. I'KKSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE \hovk
E \\l> ALL OTHER PERSONS
rERESTED IN THE ESTATE
Mil auk HEREBY NOTIFIED that
Imlnlitratlon of the estate "f otto
NER deceased, File Number 76-
pendlng In (he Circuit Court for
DAI iE Countj. Florida Probate
:. the address of which is Dade
County Court House, ~'.\ Weal Flagler
Miami, Florida The personal
entatlve of the estate is bar
NKTTBANKOF MIAMI BEACH N \
iddreaa is -ilii Lincoln Road Mall.
Beach, Florida 3313 The name
and address of the personal
entatlve's attorney are set forth
Ml persons having; Claims or demands
the estate are required,
\ THREE months FROM
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PI BLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to
:h the Clerk of the above court a
v. nllen statement of any claim or
lemand they may have Each claim
must be In writing and must Indicate the
basis lor 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 II
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
i laimanl shall deliver sufficient copies
of the claim to the clerk to enable the
i lerfc to mall one copy to each personal
n presentatlve
All persons interested In the estate to
whom a copy of this Notice of
Administration has been mailed are
required WITHIN THREE MONTHS
OM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
I BLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
. objections they may have thai
hallengea the validity of the decedent's
> the qualifications of the personal
K ntatlve or Hie venue or
- Iiction of the court
U.I. claims DEMANDS AND
I TIONS M'T so FILED WILL
OREVERBARRED
"i the first publication of this
ol Administration Seol IT ikt<;
BARNETTB \M< OF
Ml \\ll BEACH N \
By Victor Ildefonso
Trust Officer
'ei sonal Representative ol the
iteol OTTO MAI TNER
I >ei eased
\TTUKNEY FOR PERSON M
RNTATIVE
: IEBMANN
v \SSOCl VTES P \
I 'K9 LIEBMANN
oln Road. Suite 2fl
Beach, Fla mi39
phone: 531-7873
Sept. 17.24. 1976
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
CIVIL ACTION N0.7t-179M
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
["HE MARRIAGE OF
PHOEBE MENDI/.AHAL. Petitioner.
IBERTO MENDIZABAL,
denl
in MBERTO MENDIZABAL
Residence i 'nkonwn
Mil VRE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
lion for Dissolution of Marriage
' ei ': I; -'! ..i.un-1 vou ami JTOU ST*
'i in s.-i-ve a copy of youi written
to n on MICHAEL A
:v. p A attorney for Petll
address Is 28 West Flagler Street,
Miami, Florida, and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled court
on or before October 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
Bach week for four consecutive weeks m
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this 27th
day of August, 1978.
RICHARD P. BRLNKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By N.A Hewett
As Deputy Clerk
iCIrcult Court Seal)
MICHAEL A. LIPSKY, PA.
28 West Flagler Street. Suite 550
Miami, Florida 33130
Attorney for Petitioner
Sept. 3,10,17, 24.1978
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
Civil Action No. 74-1B2I5
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
EMANUELF. MANCINI,
Petitioner,
and
YADIRA ABELLO de MANCINI,
Respondent.
TO YADIRA ABELLOde MANCINI
P.O. Box904
Barranqullla. Colombia
YOI 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 ROBERT H.
BIRNS. ESQ.. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 420 Lincoln Road.
Suite 450, Miami Beach. Florida 33139.
and file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before October
20. 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 FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida, on this
mill day of September, 197B
Richard p BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
B) i. Sneeden
As i leputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal I
ROBERTH III RNS ESQ
LAW OFFICES OF
BURNS A ARNOVITZ
120 Lincoln Road Suite 160
Miami Reach. Florida S81S9
I 1211
Attorney for Petitioner
Sept 17. 24; Oct 1.8, 1976
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO. 76-28286
GENERALJURISDICT ION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
CLAIRE Gt'TFHEl ND STECKERL,
Petitioner,
and
CHARLES STECKERL.
Respondent.
TO CHARLES STECKERL
P O Box 587
Barranqullla. Colombia
YOC 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 ROBERT H
BURNS, ESQ attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 420 Lincoln Road.
Suite 450. Miami Beach. Florida 33139
nd file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before October
20. 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 FLORID IAN
WITNESS my hand and the leal of
said court at Miami, Florida, on this
mth day of September, 1976.
RICHARI I P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
I lade County. Florida
Bj l. Sneeden
\-1 leputy cierk
lCircuit Court s.
ROBERTH BURNS, ESQ
LAW OFFICES OF
BURNS A ARNOVITZ
120 Lincoln Road Suite I 10
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
14211
Attorney for Petitioner
Sept 17,24: Oct 1,8, 1976
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. 76-285S4
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE JUSTIN A GUTIERREZ
DE HIDALGO
Wife-Petitioner
and
.HAN HIDALGO
Husband Respondent
TO: Jl W HIDALGO
Jlron I .ore to
220 Apartment 101
Brena, Lima, Peru
Mu m;k HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of Marriage
has I.....n filed against you and you are
required to lerve a copy of your written
defenses, il ;mv. to It on MAX A.
GOLDFARB, attorney for Petitioner.
whose addresi is 19 West Flagler street.
Room BH Miami, Florlda33130.and file
the original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before October 22.
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
Till-: IEV.ISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida, on this
14th day of September. 1976.
RICHARD P BRINKER
AsClerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By C. P. Copeland
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MAX A. GOLDFARB
Attorney for Plaintiff
19 W. Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33130
Phone No 305-3712538
Attorney for PetiUoner
' Sept. 17, 24: Oct. 1.8,1978
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 76-5156
Division 32
IN RE: ESTATE OF
SEDIE FREEMAN
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AC! AINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
the administration of the estate of
SEDIE FREEMAN, deceased, File
Number 76-5856. Is pending In the Cir-
cuit Court for Dade County. Florida,
Probate Division, the address of which
is 73 West Flagler Street, Miami,
Florida The personal representative of
the estate is Joseph w malek.
Whose address Is 350 Lincoln Road,
Suite 501. Miami Beach. Florida 33139
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
PI'BLICATION 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
basil 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 persona interested In the estate to
whom a copy of this Notice of
Administration lias 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
Dale of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration Sept 17,1976.
JOSEPH W MALEK
\- Personal Representative of the
Estate of SEDIE FREEMAN
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
JOSEPH W MALEK
350Lincoln Road, suite soi
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Telephone 538-4481
Sept. 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 311
Washington Ave in the City of Miami
Beach. Florida, intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court Ol 1 lade County, Florida.
I lated at Miami. Florida, this 26th day
of August. 1978
Toras EMES SCHOOL
OF MIAMI. INC
DANIEL RETTER, ESQUIRE
utorms for \pplicant
Sept :< 10,17. 24. 1978
----------Nortee under-----------
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is hereby GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ARCADE I'OINTVIEW Bt'lLDING.
INC at 1128 SW 12th Court. Miami.
Florida 88185, intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of bade County, Florida
SIGOR MENDEL
Aug. 27: Sept. 3. 10. 17. 1976
"^CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
Civil Action No 76 28200
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
DIANE HUSARIK,
and
ANDREW A. Hl'SARIK
in \NDKEW A HUSARIK
46 Wilson Avenue
South Glens Falls.
New York
Yin auk HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
an action for Dissolution of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses. If anv. to it on ALBERT 1.
CARRICARTE, ESQ., attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 2491 NW
7th Street. Miami. Florida 33125. and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Oct 22,
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 9th
dav of September. 1976.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr.
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ALBERT I. CARRICARTE, ESQ
2491 NW 7th Street
Miami. Florida 33128
Attorney for Petitioner
Phone No 848-7917
Sept. 17.24: Oct. 1,8. 1978
(Pbttuartea
GOLDMAN, Frank, 82. of Surfside. on
Sept. 12. Riverside.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
Civil Action No. 74-28201
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: MARRIAGE OF:
JOSE RODRIGUEZ.
Husband,
and
RUBY RODRIGUEZ.
Wife
TO: RUBY RODRIGUEZ
Call. Colombia
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 ALBERT L.
CARRICARTE. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address Is 2491 NW 7th Street.
Miami. Florida, and file the original
with the clerk of the above styled court
on or before Oct. 22. 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
aid I ourt at Miami Florida, on this 9th
dav of September. 1976.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I lade Countv. Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr.
As Deputy Clerk
lCircuit Court Seal)
ALBERTL CARRICARTE. I' A
2491 NW7th Str.-ei
Miami Florida 33125
Attorney for Petitioner
Phone No 619-7917
Sept. 17.24: Oct 1,8, 1976
-
MILLER. Jack. 87, of Bay Harbor
Island. Woodlawn Mausoleum.
Riverside.
MORGENBESSER, Nathan, 71. of
Miami Beach, on Sept. 11 Riverside
PINSKER, J Marcus, 70. of Bay
Harbor Island, on Sept. 12 Interment
Beth El Riverside
EPSTEIN. Theodore M 64. of Miami
Beach, on Sept. 10 Interment
lakeside Riverside.
JACOBSON. Tessle. 75, of Miami
Beach. Interment Lakeside.
Blasberg.
NEWMAN, Ida. 92. of Miami, on Sept.
10. Gordon
FRISHMAN, Lillian Interment Mt
Sinai.
STARK. Roy. of Hialeah. on Sept 10
Interment lakeside. Gordon'
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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 10, 1976

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 10, 1976

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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WASHINGTON -
;AY Third World
Lntries. while excoriating
Laei for its relations with
outh Africa, are them-
L|ves maintaining ex-
fnsive but often cir-
cumspect trade with the
apartheid-practicing state,
the B'nai B'rith Inter-
national Council said
yesterday.
Virtually every Black
African country, along with
Arab and Communist
nations, has commercial
relations with South Africa,
a B'nai B'rith report,
released at the Council's
annual meeting here,
disclosed.
THE REPORT, prepared by
Dr. Harris Schoenberg, B'nai
B'rith's deputy director for
United Nations Affairs, noted
that South Africa's largest
trading partner, after Great
Britain, is the African continent
where some two dozen Black
states trade with South Africa
directly or disguise the relation-
ship through intermediaries or
purchasing agents.
Several Black states, after
importing partly-finished
products from South Africa,
finish, label and sell them in
African markets without any
Continued on Page 3-A
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Yugoslavia, Cuba Will Lead Drive
Against Israel at United Nations
AMBASSADOR HERZOG
By YITZHAK RABI
WASHINGTON (JTA) Chaim Herzog, Israel's
Ambassador to the United Nations, has indicated that
Yugoslavia and Cuba are going to lead the anti-Israel,
anti-Jewish offensive at the upcoming General
Assembly. He made this observation in an address to
the B'nai B'rith International Council here.
Liberty Lobby
Suit Falls
On Face
[NEW YOHK The extreme
khi win: Liberty Lobby has
In in fi deral court to sue
\nt 1 -Defamation League of
Inai II rith and Mutual Broad-
Bt>ng S\ -inn over the net-
brk i ti ill.it ion of "This Is
fcerty b I !>\ ;i daily radio
Bgram which AIM. charged
iih 'peddlinganti-Semitism "
|AU.S District Court in Waco.
dismissed the suit on both
fi'uiul- claimed by Liberty
bhliy i hat the defendants
with its freedom of
leech and that they conspired to
ibte the antitrust laws
THE SUIT was filed after
Initial' 1974 termination of a
Kribution contract with the
lashington- based propaganda
^paratw. under which the
ogram was transmitted for
ktional use by the network's 600
ffiliates
lADL had publicly exposed the
pi-Semitic content of the five-
Inute broadcasts and of Liberty
pbby materials, as well as the
ngtime ami Jewish activities of
filhsA (arto. its founder.
In dismissing the suit. Judge
^ck Koli. rts ruled that under
Continued on Page 3-A
In his sharply worded
and comprehensive
analysis, Herzog also
dealt with the decline of
the UN, the Lebanese
crisis, the Palestine
Liberation Organization,
the relations between
Israel and South Africa,
international terrorism
and other major issues
relating to Israel and the
Jewish people.
"OVER THE past year (we
have) been experiencing a major
anti Semitic attack against our
people on the part of Yugoslavia.
Cuba and others." Herzog said.
"The Yugoslavs have made
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some of the strongest possible
attacks on our people on the
United Nations front. On one
issue in the Security Council,
when only the Arabs and some
Moslem countries attacked us,
Yugoslavia insisted on coming to
the fore and joining them in the
attack."
Herzog referred to the
Yugoslavian attack on Israel
during the Security Council
meeting over Israel's rescue
operation in Uganda.
BUT THE Israeli envoy said
that in the face of this anti-
Semitic offensive there is a
"silence" on the part of world
Jewry.
"If there is one aspect of these
deliberations which causes me
Continued on Pago 2-A
Day an Reveals He Tried
To Meet With Arafat
By TUVIA MENDELSON
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Former Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan
reveals in his new auto-
dent Gamal Nasser, but
failed.
Details of his auto-
biography, published
week in
Hebrew and
biography that in 1968 he English, were presented on
tried to arrange a meeting israel television by Dan
with Palestine Liberation Raviv, a reporter, who had
Organization chief Yasir reacj the galleys of the
Arafat and Egyptian Presi- Continued on Page 7-A
Irgent Request Made
rtiti-Semitic Literature
Probe in Argentina
By MAURICE SAMUELSON
LONDON (JTA) The Institute of Jewish Affairs
Ued on the Argentine government to begin an inquiry into
p-Jewish and Nazi literature being published in Argentina.
The appeal accompanied a survey by the Institute which
ned five Nazi publishing houses, one of which has produced
'rochures of "fundamental Texts of National Socialism
Continued on Page 2-A
Candidates on Hoof
Ford, Carter Planning
Appearance atBB Confab I
They Meet Jewish Leaders. .6-A
WASHINGTON (JTA) The Presidential candidates
have brought their campaign to the Jewish community with
appearances here at B'nai B'rith's biennial convention.
David M. Blumberg. president of the 500,000-member
Jewish service organization, announced that Jimmy Carter,
the Democratic Party nominee, had accepted an invitation to
address the convention.
WHITE HOUSE indications "make us hopeful that
President Ford would also be able to participate." Blumberg
added.
Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger. Sen. Hubert H.
Continued on Page '! A
Middle East Arms Aid
Proposals Being Considered
WASHINGTON (JTA) The Ford Administration is
due to present to Congress this week proposals to provide a
total of about $5 billion in military equipment and services to
Israel, Iran, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia, the State Depart-
ment said.
Department spokesman Robert Funseth. in revealing this
action, would not provide figures for individual countries.
HE SAID the proposals were being made to enable
Congress to have the necessary 30 days for consideration of
the sales before the scheduled adjournment Oct. 2 for the
Continued on Page 2-A
Lebanese Ask Israel
For Military Assist
Heart Victim Saved in Haifa. 2-A
TEL AVIV (JTA) Villagers in southern
Lebanon have asked for the Israeli army's protection after
fighting off a terrorist attack on Ein Ebel village.
Four terrorists and three villagers were killed. A
fourth villager, a youth of 17, was wounded and brought
to the government hospital in Safad for treatment.
Ein Ebel, a Maronite
GEN. DAYAN
Christian village, is located
near the Israeli border five
kilometers north of Dove v.
The latter town is the site
of an Israeli medical station
set up to treat sick and in-
jured Lebanese who cross
the border because they are -
unable to obtain medical
attention in their own war-
torn country.
THE TERRORIST attack on
Ein Ebel was believed to have
been a reprisal for the local
villagers' growing contacts with
Israel for medical purposes and
Continued on Page 2-A


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Friday, September
10,
Lebanese Heart Patient
Saved in Haifa Hospital
TEL AVIV (JTA) A Lebanese father of eight from
the township of Zahleh, who was suffering from a heart
ailment, has been saved after undergoing heart surgery at the
Rambam Hospital in Haifa.
Antoine Youssef Zerib, 30, had been told by doctors in
Lebanon that they couldn't help him and suggested that he
try to reach the Israeli border where he might be treated. He
should have undergone open heart surgery months ago but
because of the civil war he could not be admitted to any
hospital in Lebanon.
TAKING THE advice of the doctors, Youssef Zerib was
driven by a friend to a point near the Israeli-Lebanese "good
fence." As he got out of the car and began to walk toward the
fence, he collapsed.
An Israeli soldier who noticed this rushed toward the
Lebanese and with the help of others brought him to a
medical station where the doctors ordered an immediate
operation.
YOUSSEF ZERIB was taken to the Rambam Hospital
where surgery was performed to replace a faulty heart valve.
His condition is reported to be very satisfactory and he is
expected to be discharged within a few days.
Youssef Zerib "s case is the latest in a series of medical
actions taken to help Lebanese since the "good fence" was
opened last April.
Probe of Anti-Semitism
Continued from Page 1-A
since June, 1975, including extracts of Hitler's speeches.
IT HAS also issued three books by Goebbels, writings of
Nazi ideologist Alfred Rosenberg, and a volume of Nazi Party
songs translated into Spanish.
The Institute noted that a delegation of Argentine Jewish
leaders recently asked Gen. Albano Harguineguy, the Interior
Minister, whether it was possibly to proceed against the in-
citement to religious and racial hatred. It also quoted La
Prensa, the Buenos Aires daily, which recently asked why there
had never been a proper investigation into the clandestine entry
into the Argentine of thousands of Nazi agents and officers
during the first years of the Peronist regime in the 1940s.
Lebanese Villagers Ask Israel
For Protection from Terrorists
UNations
Continued from Page 1-A
trade.
According to the account of the
wounded youth, the terrorists
opend fire when their armored car
was stopped at a roadblock
outside Ein Ebel and the
villagers asked for identification.
Three villagers were fatally
wounded in the first volley but
others, organized in a local
militia, gunned down the
terrorists.
The wounded were taken to the
border fence at Dovev, ap-
parently in the hope that they
could be saved. They were pro-
nounced dead and transferred to
an Israeli morgue. The bodies
were returned to Lebanon. A
Maronite priest conducted
services at the border fence. |
MEANWHILE, the Israeli I
army was put on alert following!
reports that terrorists were
planning further reprisal attacks
on villages in southern Lebanon.
The shooting was the second
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Defense Minister Shimon
Peres disclosed that Lebanese
villagers had dismantled two
rocket launchers set up by
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concern it is the fact that Jewish
communities throughout the
world, while being vaguely aware
of unpleasant developments in
the United Nations, do not
appreciate the fact that a major
international anti-Semitic attack
on the Jews is under way." he
declared.
"The silence of the Jewish
community is encouraging our
enemies who feel they can get
away with it."
CITING THE hostile attitude
of Cuba against Israel and the
Jewish people Herzog asked:
"how can Jews here or elsewhere
ignore the extreme hostile at-
titude of the Cubans to Israel and
the Jewish people as reflected in
the United Nations?" Charging
that the United Nations is the
"main center of anti-Semitism in
the world" today. Herzog ac-
cused the UN of being in effect an
obstacle to any peaceful solution
in the Mideast.
"The United Nations is
gradually being turned by a small
group of despots into the war-
mongering center of the world."
Herzog declared.
He pointed an accusing finger
at the UN General Assembly.
stating: "The Assembly, by
allowing itself to be dominated
by a group of intransigent ex-
tremists, whose declared purpose
is to fight against any move
toward peace, is encouraging
dissent instead of accord, in-
transigence instead of com-
promise ... By allowing small
groups of irresponsible ex-
tremists to dictate to the UN, the
tragedy of the Mideast conflict is
being prolonged. "
WITH THE UN ignoring
entirely the tragedy in Lebanon,
and instead being preoccupied
with condemning Israel, the
UN's silence, Herzog said, "is as
shattering as is that of the
Christian chruch's which, gagged
by expediency, contemplates in
shameful silence as their flock is
threatened with extinction."
Herzog said that the Lebanese
crisis shows that the main issue
in the Mideast today is not the
Israeli-Arab conflict. "True, it is
an issue of great importance. But
the Lebanese situation has placed
the whole problem of the Mideast
in a new and more meaningful
perspective." Instead. Herzog
continued, the major problem
facing the world today is the
torn, "disunited, working at
cross purposes." Arab world.
Addressing himself to issues
facing the upcoming General
Assembly, which convenes Sept.
21, Herzog said that the in-
famous resolution by last year's
Assembly equating Zionism with
racism will be ignored this year
by many countries.
"THE REASON is that the
African countries are aware that
the Arab initiative in this matter
spells doom for their Decade for
Action Against Racism and
Racial Discrimination," Herzog
explained.
Herzog was skeptical on any
UN action against terrorism this
year. "Indeed,'" he said, "how
can one not be skeptical when
from the first of September the
representative of Libya will
occupy the Presidency of the
Security Council" and at the
PLO has been proposed for
observer status at the Inter-
national Atomic Energy Agency.
During his long address.
Herzog did not spare crin,-
the Western mernUTf ,
The fact that the w Vl
countries who kn ***
allegations lagaias. israJ, *
untrue, abstain on ma2 L 1
Yet a further Z\?T\
tendency to cowardlvaTd';.'!
cap.tulat.ons on the parT
West to expedient
"An ominous and
process is overtaking the
and we are all s,l,m Fnr r
long?" Herzog ilskw| c ,JH
the Jewish people "tostan'Z:
P"wdpeople which hai$JJ
the world,he sul,:;P,prf;3
and traditions whuh 11 ?\
trampled underfo,,, ,nthe ."j|
Nations todav. le Lnnejl
U.S. Arms Aid Proposal
Continued from Page 1-A
Presidential election campaign.
Funseth pointed out that the $5 billion does not represent
the "total programs for the countries concerned, but onlv
those parts that Congress may be able to consider info!
present session. This seemed to leave the door open for much
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Liberty Lobby Foiled
In Drive on ADL's
Legal Maneuvering
Continued from Page 1-A
pirsl Amendment. Liberty
[il,l,v had no cause of action
Ejiisl M"- and M"tual -
t|th,,r of which are government
hncies nor against two
L,,,,. individuals named in the
L' sevmour (iraubard,
[]H '8 national chairman, and
Lilii Forster, the League's
Lociate director and general
lunsi'l
IrEFERRING TO ADL. Judge
Iberts pointed oul lnat: a
Ifendanl who is not licensed by
PCI has at least as much
,<|nni to act as he desires as
H.s .1 person who is licensed by
pec.'
I The court, citing a' 194T>
Jecedent involvingtne Kev. Carl
Iclntire. the right-wing radio
v,h,! said there is no reason
h\ ,i station may not refuse to
\\\ air tun.' t" anyone (barring a
ibtion nl (he Federal Com
limitations Commission
filiations oi ol antitrust laws).
IlIlK DISTRICT court
Jiected Liberty Lobby's
I ui n rust conspiracy
3drawinj; a distinction between
Impel n H'ii ol goods and services
Icommen e, and "competition of
ideological and political
r in which the Sherman
ntitrusi \cl is not properlj
I
Laurence Periez,
I VDL's civil rights
( although the Mutual
I hi deprived "This Is
it direct access
to its affiliate stations, the
program continues to be aired on
more than 250 independent
broadcast outlets around the
country.
When first reported in 1974.
ADL called Liberty Ix>bby one of
the most active and best-financed
groups of the American far right.
Carto. described as "an out-
spoken anti-Semite," had
founded the organization in 1958
and remains the "unpublicized
force"' behind the radio program.
AMONG OTHER charges, the
League noted that a "blatantly
anti-Semitic" pamphlet was
offered at the conclusion of "This
Is Liberty Lobby" broadcasts;
that Carto had set up Liberty
Lobb) as a front for his "seamier
operations," including Liberty
and Property, a clearinghouse for
anti-Semitic activities; "Western
I testiny," a magazine with racist,
Nazi-type articles, and Noontide
Press, publisher of pro-Nazi
books like "Imperium," by the
late Nazi apologist Francis P,
Yockey. containing a dedication
to Adolf Hitler and a laudatory
introduction by Carlo
Noontide also publishes "The
Myth of the Six Million." a 119-
page paperback ottered to sub-
scribers of Liberty Lobby's
newsletter,
Prior lo dismissal of the federal
suit. Liberty Lobby had filed a
case in Texas state courts.
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South African identity, the
report said.
It said the current Arab propa-
ganda drive charging Israel with
racism and citing South African
Prime Minister John Vorster's
recent visit to that country as
evidence of a "Tel Aviv-Pretoria
axis." hypocritically ignores their
own growing commerce with
Africa, that of a generally pro-
Arab France which has become
South Africa's principal arms
supplier, or Vorster's state visits
to the Ivory Coast, Senegal,
Liberia and Zambia.
SAUDI ARABIA, which had
openly supplied South Africa
with one-fourth of its imported oil
before the 1973 embargo made
South Africa's energy supplies a
classified matter, the Persian
(iulf sheikhdoms and Jordan are
among prominent trading
partners with South Africa, the
report said. It pointed to large
purchases of South African food,
pre fabricated materials and gold
by Saudi Arabia.
The report said that Kuwait's
royal house, as owner of a
London-based conglomerate with
59 subsidiaries in South Africa
and Rhodesia, earned profits in
Mack Africa and used them to
subsidize projects in the white-
ruled southern states.
Mozambique, one of the most
n ililanl opponents of South
Africa, aid- the South African
economy by sending some
KM).(Kit) miner- to work in the
state's gold mines
IN RETURN. Mozambique re-
ceives an annual South African
subsidy of some $120 million
more than the country receives
from either the United Nations or
I he Soviet Union.
South African exports to other
countries have been growing at
an annual rate of almost 40
percent and many Mack African
states seek loans and credits from
the Vorster government, the
report said.
Schoenberg cited a 1975 UN
economic report as "typical of the
selective Third World and Com-
munist concern over apartheid."
THE REPORT charged the
United States and other Western
countries by trading with South
Africa, of supporting the brutal
and ruthless plunder, and ex-
ploitation of human and natural
resources." but it failed to
mention the Third World and
Communist trade.
In an address to the Council.
Israeli Ambassador to the UN.
Chaim Her/og. warned that
Yugoslavia and Cuba are going
to lead the anti-Israel and anti-
Jewish offensive at the upcoming
General Assembly.
Ford, Carter Expected
At B'nai B'rith's
Confab in Capital
Continued from Page 1-A
Humphrey (D.. Minn.) and Israel's Ambassador Simcha
Dinitz also addressed the six-day convention which opened
Sept. 7.
Blumberg said the convention would be the largest in B'nai
B'rith's 133-year history.
Some 2.000 persons were expected for the session, in-
cluding representatives of B'nai B'rith affiliates in Canada.
Kurope. Israel. Latin America. Australia and South Africa.
HUMPHREY was to speak at outdoor exercises
dedicating the B'nai B'rith International Center, an ex-
pansion of the organization's international headquarters
building here.
A $2.5 million wing has been added, doubling the size of
the eight-Story structure, enlarging its public museum of
Judaica and library and adding a chapel and public con-
ference center.
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Jen itfk ridiair
Friday. September 10 M
10. Ih
Happy Hijack Ending
The latest hijacking incident, this time of a Dutch
jetliner, at least has this happy note attached to it: Dutch
Foreign Minister Max Van der Stoel has congratulated
Israel for refusing to succumb to the terrorists' demands.
In the past, other nations have tended to look upon Israel
as a Pariah, a nation to be shunned for its alleged
inhumanity, while the hijackers themselves went free
something like heroic freedom fighters.
To some extent. Entebbe changed all of that, particularly
in the recent case of Egypt's mini-hijacking, when
President Sadat compared his country's successful han-
dling of the terrorist attack on one of his planes as an
Entebbe all its own.
That is. we suppose, some sort of recognition.
But it has taken the Dutch to separate the terrorists from
the victims to point the finger of blame at the terrorists
and to praise the victims, rather than vice versa.
Indeed, one of the best things to occur from the latest
hijacking is that Dutch Premier Joop den Uyl now promises
that his government will raise the whole terrorist issue at
the next meeting of the United Nations General Assembly.
We say one of the best things only because it demon-
strates that some of western civilization's peoples are
finally rising to the international problem at least without
total fear of Arab League oil reprisals.
Gratitude for High Note
We do not really expect anything to come out of the
Dutch Premier's vow. A look at the lead story on our Front
Page this week will tell our readers why. Israel's
Ambassador to the UN Chaim Herzog expects nothing
more nor less than an all-out assault on Israel engineered by
the so-called nonaligned countries in the new General
Assembly session.
Under these circumstances, where would a Dutch
demand that the world do something about air piracy and
terrorism be expected to wind up in a General Assembly
agenda whose major business over the years has dealt
almost exclusively with ways of destroying Israel?
Nevertheless, the Dutch are just about the first to make
the effort. And for this, all decent people must be grateful.
Third World Hypocrisy
The hypocrisy of the Third World countries which have
castigated Israel for its relations with South Africa has now
been publicly exposed. Both the B'nai B'rith International
Council and the American Jewish Congress have issued
well-documented reports showing that the very countries
attacking Israel have been dealing with South Africa
themselves.
The Arabs have long sought to link Israel with the hated
white supremacy regime in South Africa. They achieved a
modicum of success with the adoption of the repugnant
resolution linking Zionism with racism by the United
Nations General Assembly. With the recent visit of South
African Premier John Vorster to Jerusalem, the Arabs have
stepped up their campaign.
But as the reports by B'nai B'rith and the AJCongress
show, Israel is doing nothing more than anyone else, in-
cluding those hollering the loudest. The two reports
document that some two dozen Black African countries
trade with South Africa directly or through intermediaries.
Most Western nations, including the United States, also
deal with South Africa. France is its chief arms supplier.
Israel's Right to Ties
Israel has always and continues to express its opposition
to apartheid. It is economic necessity that caused Israel to
increase its ties with South Africa.
No one should forget that it was Black Africa that broke
with Israel, not the other way around.
Many Jews in Israel, the United States and elsewhere
were disturbed by Vorster's visit even though he has
also visited several Black capitals and by reports that
Israel may sell missile boats to South Africa.
But no one should question Israel's right to have com-
mercial relations with that country, as with any other
country especially a nation where there is a large and
vigorous Jewish community least of all countries who
are also trading with South Africa.
dtewish Floridlian
FRED K. SHOCHET LEO MINDLJN SELMA M THOMPSON
Editor and Publlaher Asaocl.te Editor Aa.lM.nt to Publfsh^
Th. Jawlah Florldlan Do*. Not Cu.r.nt.e Th.KaVhri.th
r^^., Published .very Friday lnce 1927 by The Jewish Florldlan
Serond-riBMi Postage Pa'd at Miami Fla
__________________5>f red K Shochrt- Friday, Sept. 10. l7
Th. J.wl.h Fioridian ha. abiorbad th. J.wl.h Unity and tha J.wl.h w7a>kh7
M.mb.r of th. J.wl.h T.l.gr.phic Aa.ney. SevanArt. FeTtur. Svndl
eat.. Worldwld. N.w. Sarviee. National Editorial AwoeCTtion American aJ"
-ci.tlr, .f nflll.h.J.wl.h N.w.p.p.r.. ,nd th. FloridS SrW ANation.
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Would U.S. Fight for Israel?
BRITISH journalist Henry
Fairlie. who lives and works in
the U.S., reports that he has been
asking many Americans the
following question:
"Would you fight to save
Israel? Wouid you fight for me
for Britain'.' For West Germany?
For Europe?
Fairlie says that he gets an-
swers, all right, but they are
"confused and even truculent"
answers.
WHAT HE has in mind is that
America emerged out of World
War II "with a generous impulse
to do good." but that this '
generous national mood "was
viciously distorted by the
r.
IHIIIrrHIHMIIIIrHlllllUt ejection
must !
Leo
Mindlin
desire to recovei a ps,ure
I
I
ihf
campaign of Joe McCarthy." who
"ravaged the State Department,
so that it is still now barely
recovered."
Fairlie suggests that the major
issue of the coming presidential
a profow
world, deli-be^ affS
which is again m^T"1
generous
The word reco is the fcj
issue here, for Fa,rlu.bel^a
have lost it. and the odWT
get it back ,s throilTL
recreation of ,
fident and sustained fa?
policy.
NOR, argues the |
journalist. Is ,,,,,,,
something that ls Condu
"without the assent of
people "by which he means tok
critical of the (ierman
Kissingerian attitude
"people are not interested in I
eign policy: in particular
they do not vote for it."
On the contrary, foreign r
daily influences peoples ,
just as much as. say, inflate.
unemployment. People are'
day to day aware of just
deeply it does touch them "
For this reason. Fairlie bo,
in America today a feeling "i
so much of having been pu*
around' long enough, but th
without a deliberate and stt
American presence in the world J
is a dangerous place in whichi
live."
THAT IS why Fairlie sea]
mood among Americans to;
capture the sense of ms_
which seized us after World 13
II
Understood in these terms.il
becomes clear why both pohtinJ
parties and both presidenti|
candidates will be "_
foreign policy between nowi
Election Day.
THE REPUBLICANS mill
emphasizing are already |
phasizing Jimmy Carttril
alleged ignorance in this fieldudl
that one should vote for!
President Ford because, it isib|
Continued on Page 13-A
Shevin Sets Record Straight
Friday. Sept. 10, 1976
Volume 49 /
15ELUL5736
Number 37
It's more common the other
way around for those engaged in
prosecuting, but this time it
appears that I did Attorney
General Robert Shevin an in-
justice.
Following up on a news item in
the Miami Herald last week I
wrote to him that "I want to
recommend to you the recent
ruling by Miami Beach Detective
Brian Gardner: There's no way
I m going to shoot to kill over
property. When it's property and
nobody's in danger you can
always get the guy later.' And in
a conclusion that one might have
hoped for from our chief legal
officer: You have to decide
what s fair retribution.' "
FURTHERMORE. I wrote.
Like the Shoot Your Neighbor'
bill passed by the last Florida
legislature, your blanket en-
dorsement of trigger-happy cops
gives sanction to the mindless-
ness which characterizes those
responsible for law enforcement
- from the beat to the bench
with an assist by all but a
handful of our legislators. If it's
blood they are after. I would be
pleased to provide a list of the
real criminals in our society who
continue to rip off the poor, the
old the incompetent. Let's be
really sensible about the punish-
ment to fit the crime."
...ill T1 T.aI,ahass*e. Bob Shevin
called to let me know that I had
been misled by the Herald piece
which indicated that a recent
ruling by him would have
justified the Miami Beach con
h TJng toF11 rather tha". ak
he did and stated aiming at
a fugitive s legs because "A
human life is a human life. Whv
throw it away?" J
THE OPINION he gave was
more in line with Detective Gard-
ner s action than the Herald
story would indicate and
fe'eThar SheVi" **
Cohen
I do disagree with him,
however, in his stand on capital
punishment and it was that. I
suppose, which led to my hastv
letter. I also recently lent my
name to a newly-formed
organization. Florida Citizens
Against the Death Penalty,
which is seeking, among other
things, to have Gov. Askew and
the Cabinet stay the executions
now scheduled for Florida's
convicted first degree killers as a
result of Shevin s successful
defense of our law before the
Supreme Court.
THE CLIMATE of violence in
this country and in the world
has created a reaction that
adopts violence as the response;
all legal, of course.
In seeking to enlist some old
tried and true bleeding hearts in
my newest cause I have been
surprised and, yes, shocked at
the number of deserters from the
cause. Not for everyone, perhaps,
but for assassins, for terrorists,
for indiscriminate bombers,
death ls the only resort.
Hut the Supreme Court's
ruling, if understood, doesn't
Permit that kind of dis-
Tm.,nartlon bul tne establish-
ment of other kinds of guidelines,
hus, as former Supreme Court
JusUce Arthur (Joldberg has
wntten recently, here in Florida
and elsewhere, we face "the
specter of mass executions -
aner a moratorium of almost 10
vears (that) threatens III
brutalize further a nation alreadyl
saturated with war. riot I
crime."
ARTHUR GOLDBERG.wtal
he was on the Court, dissent"
from the death sentence as cmj
and unusual punishmentandstaj
holds that view
"The deliberate,
stitutionalized taking of humul
life by the state is the g"*!
conceivable degradation to til
dignity of the human I#|
sonality," he has written
How much we have beal
brutalized may be indicated Sjl
the recent furor created when!
became known that the Ll
partment of Offender m
habilitation was planning
develop a counseling Pror^m,|
prepare those sent, need to deij
to their fate.
Such program^ have tjH
hold in recent years as tnerj|
for the terminally .11 or. even." i
courses to prepare P|
chologically the public gene*?I
to the subject of death.
THERE WAS 90 much M
verse criticism of this attempt*!
a humane approach that it ne>
got past the planning stage I
(In all fairness, it shouMJ
known that anti-capital p"
ment groups also ^P"**"*1
position on the grounds u
gave sanction to the ft*".,,
the death sentence while i ^
was still a glimmer of W*
commuting the sentences'
Obviously there a:. n" ,'J,
answers and on this lMue'1-l
judgment only <>n "i I
although I confess thai. >
reaction to w ha. I lH'1^1
the Shevin ruling I <^f 7,.'
the right to judge another.'
a risk that a man in l
always takes and *tn _^l
portant to get straight.


September 10.1976
"" Si w a *f Ifl-i rHickr
Page S- \
New Tax Revolt;
Arab War on Tap?
ickanderson
Hl\,,l()\ li was a
tha( led to the birth of
- years ago. Vnd in
Bicentennial year,
Americans are ready
pvoli in inovertaxes
. tired of taxes that
up while government
i down. Taxation at all
jumped 85 per cent in
[past ~:N years.
i:, tired of tax laws that
I ,me too complex i"
En-stand li takes 6,000 pages
Kne pi ni i" list all the rules
jregulations. Twoout "l every
cpayers require
Y rial help to figure out
ai thej owe, So on top of the
[burden, they have to pay ac-
Intents and attorneys' fees.
AMERICANS are also tired of
|air taxes The rich usually pay
[than I heir fair share. At least
IK) affluent Americans, with
[ial incomes over $50,000,
been paying no federal
pirn- taxes at all.
[he people are tired of paying
taxes of big corporations.
St oil companies, for example,
onh a traction of the cor-
nit tax rate.
n major corporations
c been paj ing absolutely no
oratetax Yet they have been
(ring up substantial earnings,
er taxpayers, of course, must
up the (axes that thesecor-
Itions don't pay.
fills YEAR. Congress
ii n reform the tax laws.
k the House, and then the
late ground out page after
Soviets Nix
Exit Visas
For Families
Ofllyinka
I YORK i.I I'M
' rities have refused
ll" so families from the
'"' village of llyinka to
jjcr.-itc lo Israel on the grounds
they ire not really Jewish,
I' Me* York Conference
lewry has learned. The
Ijw are descendants of
sians who were converted to
laiMii -, veral centuries ago.
[rn\ Borough President
Vbrams, Conference
I explained that the
I had earlier permitted
[emigration of eight families
which is located in
[ -h region 1.400 miles
i Moscow
|0W K\ KH, jn th,, past vear
linvitai :,- from relatives in
have not been delivered.
"> effort to isolate the
Soviet activists
l"nir Slepak and Anatolv
pnskj were barred from
|lng the village earlier this
ner. rhe llyinka Jews are
to have their internal
rPon- stamped with a false
stating that they are
p'an nationals since they
I Russian surnames.
Fading to Moscow ac-
[ v.....ns -aid. the Ilvinka
WOT observe Shabbat' and
M holidays, bake matzot on
pv and give their children
P1'11 names.
,th -birth of a baby boy. the
ls taken 850 'miles to
Pwtan lor circumcision. The
w originally lived else-
In the Soviet Union, but
[rorced to escape from their
when threatened with
pmsin 1913.
page ol tax changes Betwei n
them, they have now produced
more I ban 2,200 pa|
I tin as fast as one tax benefit
was taken away from the rich.
two new benefits were added. The
legislation came to l>c known as
the Christmas Tree bill.
It got its name from the
goodies that the lobbyists hung
on its branches as it progressed
toward a final vote.
It started through the legis-
ts! i\ e mill innocent lv enough as a
tax reform measure Mill by the
time it cleared the Senate floor, it
was loaded down with amend-
ments.
IN THE dark ages, serfs
labored nine months for their own
needs. During the remaining
three months of each year, they
produced profits for their
masters
Today, the average American
works more i ban four months of
each year to earn enough to paj
bis taxes
And each year, the tax bit.
deepens, ihe anti-governmeni
mood sharpens and lax
resistance grows. Just like
years ago
ARAB WAR? Int, lb,', no
ports warn thai war maj erupi in
the Middle Easl in a matter ol
I ighl ing is nol expected
between the ^rabs a...I Israelis
This time, it's md Libya
i hal are preparing to go to war
The animosity betw
Egypt's Anwar Sadat and Lib-
ya- Muammar Qaddafi has
reached the inflammation point.
The tWO \rab leaders distrust
and despise one anol her
Qaddafi Is a madcap ruler who
has been using his oil boodle to
underwrite terrorists
Intelligence sources charge that
Libyan diplomats have used their
diplomatic pouches to smuggle
weapons to terrorists.
QADDAFI IS believed to be
behind recent terrorist attacks
upon Egypt. Trains have been
attacked, buildings have been
bombed. An attempt was made
to hijack an Egyptian plane.
Sadat has responded, accord-
ing to intelligence reports, by
bolstering his military forces on
the Libyan border. The Libyans
also are preparing their armed
ion.- for wai
The showdown COUld come, the
intelligence reports predict, by
i i The situation, in the
words oi one anal} st, is "getting
out ol hand."
Intelligence sources predict
that, ii war comes, the Egyptians
probably will be \ ictorious I hej
are battle-tested, with experience
in both aerial and tank warfare
BOI \l II II. Bureau.
President Ford has complained
that the federal government
harasses honest businessmen II.
has charged that more than
100.000 federal bureaucrats are
engaged in regulat ion
The Congressional Budget Of-
fice has double-cheeked the
President's figures. The budge)
office found only 84,000 bureau
crats regulating business. That's
still too many There's too much
red tape, too many torms to till
out.
Mul the 84,000 bureaucrats
regulate thousands of industries
And most of the regulators are
policing health, safety and con-
sumer violations.
But the government agency
with the most regulators is the
Agriculture Department. So it's
the farmers, not the business-
men, who put up with the most
regulation.
0fr -
Synagogue
Inaugural
Marred By
Quarrels
WIST I T;D \\1 UTAI
The inauguration ol The Hague
Liberal Synagogue in thi
old building oi the former
Portuguese Synagogue has
already bun marred bj internal
quarrels, misunderstandings and
squabbles
The synagogue was in-
augurated s.pt 2 and on Sept. 3
there was a formal celebration
attended by Queen Juliana to
man; the 250th anniversary ol
the budding which has been
restored and brought back to its
former glory.
THE CITY's Orthodox Chiel
Rabbi Menahem Fink announced
that he would not attend the
ceremonies to protest the fact
that they would not be conducted
according to the Orthodox rite
\ number of Dutch Sephardic
.lews openly deplore the "lack of
good taste'' in housing a Liberal
congregation in what was the
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which perished in the con-
centration camps of World War
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*Jenitfh idiar
With the Candidates: CARTER
Friday. September!
By DAVID FRIEDMAN
ATLANTA (JTA) -
Democratic Presidential can-
didate Jimmy Carter told a group
of 70 Jewish community leaders
that any settlement of the
Palestinian question must
"recognize that the Israelis did
not cause the Palestinian
problem."
His assertion drew enthusiastic
applause from the Jewish leaders
who had attended an all-day
briefing by Carter and members
of his campaign staff at the
Atlanta American Motor Hotel.
The former Georgia Governor
was scheduled to meet with the
New York Board of Rabbis later
at the Fifth Avenue Synagogue
in New York City.
CARTER TOLD the Jewish
group, most of whom are ex-
pected to campaign for him in
their local areas, that his support
of Israel was "undeviating. un-
equivocal." He said he would
support "whatever military and
economic aid that is necessary to
let Israel defend itself."
He said a Middle East peace
requires the Arab states to
recognize Israel's right to exist
and must leave IsraeTwith secure
and defensible boundaries. "One
of the things that has aggravated
the Mideast situation." Carter
said, "is the uncertainty lately
about where our nation stands
that makes the leaders of Israel
and the people of Israel uneasy
and that builds up false hopt's in
those countries that are probing
for weaknesses in Israel or weak-
ness in our commitment to
Israel."
DURING THE question and
answer period which was not
limited to Jewish issue- Carter
said he understands the issues
that concern Jewish voters
because he receives sound in-
formation on them from his staff.
He noted that manv of his staff
members are Jews.
Stuart Eizenstat. Carter's di-
rector of issues, told the group
that Carter believes in separation
of church and state and that as
Governor he ended the practice of
prayer breakfasts at the
Governor's Mansion.
Eizenstat said that Carter was
the first Governor in the United
States to sign a petition in
support of Son ict Jewry
PAT CAODELL, Carters
pollster, was asked about the
polling his firm does for Saudi
Arabia. The questioner said that
this i- one issue raised constantly
in his community
Caddellrephwithatheh,.
polling compames
Reports and| Cambridge gj
Reports. He -aid ?*
Carnbri.
anyone who ask sS''^
Reports sells
He affirmed the
m
Input in the polls ftuK1*
"Hi not do .m-wnVkT
about American lews
He said th.
for Saudi Ar.
PLO Office in Prague?
VIENNA
Organization
will
I JTA)
soon
The
open an
FORD Meets JWVeteran Officials
Czechoslovakia, diplomats said here. "A
Palestine Libert
office in
-:.
By JOSEPH POLAKOFF
WASHINGTON (JTA) -
President Ford held an un-
announced 20-minute meeting at
the White House with Dr. Robert
Shor. of Los Angeles, newly
elected National Commander of
the Jewish War Veterans of the
United States, and Mrs. Rose
Toye. of Quincy. Mass.. president
of the JWV's women's auxiliary.
The President, who custom-
arily greets new leaders of
veterans' organizations, posed
for photographs with Dr. Shor
and Mrs. Toye and then invited
ihem to remain with him in the
Oval Office for a discussion of
issues.
THE TWO JWV leaders
brought with them copies of
resolutions adopted at the 81st
national convention of the JWV
at Hollywood, Fla.. last month.
These concerned U.S.
assistance for Israeli security,
measures to combat the Arab
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Shor. a podiatrist who served
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HE SAID he had expressed
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*Jeniti fkridliir
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U.S. Complains to Israel
Jbout Damaged Equipment
TEL AVIV (JTA) The United States
olained to Israel Tuesday that Israeli naval units
I damaged American equipment employed in drilling
nil in the Gulf of Suez. The complaint said the
aeli units damaged pipes and other equipment and
bke the anchor chains of American drilling barges.
ISRAELI NAVAL circles said they knew of no
m done to American equipment. But they
nowledged that American technicians, prospecting for
on behalf of Egypt, had entered Israel-controlled
Iters of the Gulf and had been ordered back to the
yptian side.
Under the interim agreement signed in September.
75 Israeli and Egyptian waters are separated by a
narration line running through the center of the
)lf.
Two days ago, Israeli naval units sighted American
ling barges in their sector of the Gulf south of
bu Rodeis.
THE AMERICANS are believed to have crossed
demarcation line unintentionally and withdrew to
Cvptian waters when informed of the violation, the
Jaeli circles said.
They said there had been similar incidents in the
[sl involving Japanese crews searching for oil in the
ulf of Suez.
Austrians May Buy Kfir Fighter
TEL AVIV (JTAI An
Austrian delegation headed by
Defense Minister Karl Ferdinand
Von Luetgendorf arrived here to
investigate the possibility of
buying 25 Israel-made "Kfir" jet
interceptors for the Austrian air
force.
The delegation, greeted at Ben
Gurion Airport by Defense
Minister Shimon Peres, includes
six members of the Austrian
Parliament and three senior
officers of the Austrian air force.
AUSTRIAN test pilots have
flown the Kfir and are apparently
satisfied with its performance.
But sources here said it was
unlikely that a transaction would
be completed during the
delegation's visit.
The general feeling, however, is
that Austria will eventually
conclude a deal despite strong
political pressure against it.
The Viennese newspaper, Die
Presse. noted last week that "a
big disadvantage lies in the
political field" because "the
country where the Kfir is pro-
duced is situated in the Middle
East conflict area.
THE PAPER added that "We
have to take care of the Arab
markets too, and who can
guarantee the shipment of spare
parts in case of a new outbreak of
war in the Middle East?"
A major factor in favor of the
purchase is the low price of the
Kfir in comparison to similar
aircraft produced in other
countries.
The Kfir, the first combat
plane designed and produced in
Israel, is priced at $4.5 million
per plane compared to $6 million
for the French-made Mirage F-
1C.
ONLY THE less sophisticated
American Northrop F-5 "Tiger"
is cheaper, Austrian sources have
pointed out.
According to Die Presse, Israel
is willing to negotiate a multi-
million dollar bargain with the
Austrian state-owned Stell
Industry in exchange for the
plane deal.
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Dayan Tried
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Continued from Page I-A
ok. He said he found
ilitical and military in-
Irmaiion which was never
More published.
|im W RELATES that he
Biii an attempt to arrange a
between himself and
ti-- lo lind out if the
^ 'resident was ready to
ake an agreement with Israel.
in his efforts to meet
|th \rafat, Dayan was prepared
> from prison a
Uestinian terrorist and send
i missary to Arafat in
per 111 arrange t he meeting.
In his I nok, Dayan writes that
|i prisoner refused to be set free
this purpose. However, the
et, I adua Touckan, agreed to
ake an effort to arrange the
feeling with Dayan. but she did
bl SUCI
JlN OTHER revelations. Dayan
|.'- thai the late David Ela'zar.
">""......anded the army during
>' \ K ppur War. was not his
I i for Chief of Staff.
also writes that there
'' disagreements"
| ii and himself after
first two days of the war.
; id he could not share
lazai optimism and main-
lined that the Israeli army
""Id not Ik- able to stop the
pptians from crossing the
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l"l RING THE past few days.
van seems to have embarked
a comeback" course.
th( omeback" also appears
have been timed for the
t>mentar> appearance of a new
[ly, Hayom Haze" (This
w). "I which Dayan is chief
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Stone Will Address
Brotherhood Confab
U.S. Sen. Richard Stone will be principal
speaker at the 26th biennial convention banquet of
the National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods on
Saturday night, Nov. 13, at the Diplomat Hotel m
Hollywood, Fla.
The Florida Democrat, who has been in the
Senate since 1975, will address 1,000 delegates and
their wives from temple brotherhoods throughout
the United States and Canada who will attend the
convention beginning Nov. 10. Also present will be
a representative group of local community leaders.
Shepard Broad, Miami philanthropist, will be
honored at the banquet by the Jewish Chautauqua
Society, the educational project of temple brother-
hoods," with a public service medallion. The Society
also will endow in his honor a new resident
lectureship in Judaic Studies at Barry College. It
will be accepted by the college president, Sister
Trinita Flood.
Mayor Teddy Kollek of Jerusalem and Simcha Dimtz.
Israel's' Ambassador to the United States, will be the
principal speakers at a 1976 International Fall Leadership
Planning Conference to initiate a campaign to provide im-
mediate and large-scale economic aid to Israel through the
Israel Bond program.
The Conference, to be held from Friday through Sunday
at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, will bring
together more than 1.000 Jewish community leaders from all
parts of the United States and Canada to plan intensified
activities for a maximum sale of Israel Bonds during the
four most productive months of the year.
Joseph J. Sisco. career diplomat and now president of
the American University in Washington. D.C., will address
the 1976 national dinner of the American Technion Society
on Sunday evening. Oct. 10. at the Hotel Pierre in New
York City.
Technion Society President Henry Taub said that Sisco.
former Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs, will
discuss the current Middle East situation at the dinner
sponsored by the American Technion Society which supports
the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa.
Pioneer Women's sister organization in Israel, en-
compassing virtually every working woman in the Jewish
State, officially changed its name to 'Na'amat" on Wed-
nesday.
Known until now as Moetzet Hapoalot the Working
Women's Council Na'amat is an acronym for the Hebrew
words standing for Working Women and Volunteers.
Inauguration of the new name for the organization took
place at ceremonies at the official residence of President
Ephraim Katzir. followed by a day-long celebration which
featured the participation of Premier Yitzhak Rabin at a
public assembly at the Jerusalem Theatre.
A plea to enable handicapped Jewish children to pursue
their education in yeshivos rather than in public institutions
has been made by the Commission on Legislation and Civic
Action of Agudath Israel of America in a position paper
submitted to the State of New York Council on the Han-
dicapped.
In his paper, Dr. Bernard Fryshman, chairman of the
Commission, argued that "the ideal circumstances for training
and rehabilitation of the handicapped can only be ac-
complished in a setting which is conducive to meeting the
religious needs of the children as well."
The document sought to forestall any possible efforts to
restric government aid for handicapped children to the public
school sector.
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC)
announced Wednesday that its president, Edward Sanders,
has resigned effective immediately.
AIPAC is a nonpartisan American organization which, for
more than 20 years, has worked to improve United States-
Israel relations.
Sanders, a Los Angeles attorney, has accepted the
position of deputy national campaign chairman of the Jimmy
Carter Presidential campaign.
He Starves to Protest Oppression
LOS ANGELES -
(JTA) The steady
erosion of personal freedom
and deprivation of in-
dividual rights will evoke
different responses from
human beings.
For Dr. Benor Gurfel. 43.
internationally known
econometrician now in the
midst of a hunger strike in
protest of the Soviet
government's policies of re-
pression against Jews who
have applied for exit visas
to Israel, his refusal to take
food represents deep
feelings of anguish and
frustration.
THE KAFKA-like maze of
bureaucracy in which Gurfel and
his family have been enmeshed
over the past four years since
they first applied for emigration
to Israel was related by Alvin H
Gilens. associate national cam-
paign director and Western
Region director of the United
Jewish Appeal, who has just
returned from a 12-day survey of
conditions being faced by Soviet
Jewish "refuseniks. those
denied exit visas to Israel.
Gurfel. who works in a plastics
complex in Tallin, the capital city
of Estonia prior to being ab-
sorbed by the Soviet Union after
World War II. co-authored a
scientific paper for the Econo-
metric Society of Europe in
collaboration with Dr. Ilya
Zlobinsky. formerly of Kiev, who
was allowed to emigrate to Israel.
The excellence of their work
gained an invitation to both for
the presentation of their paper
before the conference of the
societv in Helsinki which con-
cluded Aug. 30.
ALTHOUGH Helsinki is 60
miles from Tallin, and the official
conference program lists Gurfel
as a participant, the Soviet
government denied him the
ri^ht to participate on the basis
that he had not received a formal
written invitation.
It is obvious. Gilens pointed
out. that the record of continuous
hara-sment of Gurfel and his
farniK be Soviet authorities pre-
ed him from ever receiving
the invitation. Me cited the fact
that even, time Gurfel has ap-
plied for an exit visa he has been
refused because of possessing
"seer.
The alleged Mem,-,
observed, are avai|ab?
numerous scientific JLj
which circulate treclv ih,w
the world Compoufiyj
plight of GurWsfami|?j
includes his w,fe, Soro'tj ?"
physicist, and s0n. E!ie.,
who will complete high scte,
the near future, is that Z\
running out for them. EliewJ
apply for an exit visa on
prior to his 18th birthday.
IF IT is denied, he must J
in the Soviet armed forces
happens, it will ill but eh.
the chances for theGurfelfo
to emigrate to Israel, sincti
regulations state that one 4
serves, or any member of J
family, cannot be allowedtoka
the USSR for ., period of j,
years after d military becausi of secrgi
according to (1.
Gurfel's hur.o r stnke co|
cided with tl e dates of i
conference in Helsink
was much mon 1 ianthat.GiJ
observed It
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chooses to live
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+Jewist Ikririimr,
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History Will Yet Vindicate Sapir
ByTUVIAMENDELSON
llERUSALEM All
I critics will have to face one
f. the justice that history will
\ with the late Pinhas Sapir.
L Prime Minister Yitzhak
|bin Sunday evening in a
Lnorial ceremony for the late
Lman of the World Zionist
Iganizaiion and former Finance
Inister.
>phe ceremony, to mark the
st anniversary of Sapir's death.
k place at the Jerusalem
Theatre. Practically all the
Cabinet members, MKs, WZO
Executive members, in-
dustrialists and veteran leaders
participated in the ceremony,
including former Prime Minister
Golda Meir.
RABIN said that he was
always fascinated by Sapir
because of contrasts and con-
tradicting characteristics in his
personality. Rabin said his per-
sonality was a magnificent com-
bination of contradictions for
example, power and strength on
the one hand, and human weak-
nesses on the other.
Chairman of the WZO, Yosef
Almogi, mentioned the attacks
and criticism on Sapir in the last
years of his life, and said that
'Sapir suffered tremendously in
his fast years."
Almogi also said that the
younger generation which so
severely criticized Sapir
should know and understand that
when a public figure of Sapir's
caliber gets so much power ne is
bound to be met with negative
people, some of whom simply
want to advance "upon his
shoulders," and others simply
exploit him "particularly when
Sapir's power was so deeply in-
volved with financing, treasury
and economy."
ALMOGI MENTIONED a
few episodes from Sapir's past,
and he also said that history will
give him a fair trial. Both Almogi
and Rabin used, in fact, Sapir s
own words, who said in one of his
press interviews that "after my
death, all those who throw mud
at my face will see the justice
history will do with me."
People who were close to Sapir
can recall now how hurt he was
by the overwhelming criticism.
Former president of the
Industrialists' Union, Marc
Moushevitz, admitted at the
ceremony "not always were Sapir
and I in accord."
HOWEVER, he added. "I
don't see a second Sapir around
nowadays" and said in spite of
divergent opinions and views he
and Sapir "formed a certain
friendship and respect for each
other."
On Monday, another memorial
ceremony took place at Kfar
Saba, where Sapir lived all his
life.
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puckish Cohen Bespeaks tone of his heRo yum
Arthur A. Cohen. A HERO IN HIS TIME. New
York: Random House. 278 pp. $8.95.
ARTHUR COHEN is a versatile writer He has
edited books on Jewish philosophy: written the text of
.4 People Apart, an outstanding pictorial volume on
Hasidism: and penned several novels, last year's
contribution being the notable In the Days of Simon
Stem.
Cohen's puckish expression on the book jacket
bespeaks the tone of the hero of this book. Yuri
Maximovich. a minor Soviet Jewish poet. Yuri
describes himself as a nonentity'' and explains why:
"Poets have no responsibility to do anything but tell
the truth and take the consequences
OUR HERO sheepishly admits that he is afraid of
the consequences in his motherland witness he has
not published in 15 years
His complacency is suddenly challenged by the
Soviet government, which has chosen him to attend a
conference in the infamous city which epitomizes
Susan
panoff
ercrowding
ourselves with the quality of life: air .,.
traffic.
But Russians still live with life and death issu
a daily basis. He continues: "How extraordinary toy0!1
a country (the USSR) where one knowa with '
HI
he has done his very (>
h(
CM-
Western capitalistic society New York City Things
are not as simple as they seem.
The indignity to which Yuri is asked to submit is
doing a piece of work for the KGB He must deliver a
secret message hidden in the text of a sterile, coded
poem which he must read in public along with and as if
it is his own This is a test of conscience versus sur-
vival.
COHEN INFORMS his readers about the stifling
way of life in the Soviet Union A friend of Yuri s
speaks to this point when he comments on how lucky
Westerners are We have the luxury of concerning
tainty that
punished.'
The conclusion is both happy and sad But so j
entire novel. With its fascinating cast of characters A
Hero in His Time is both a scathing indictment of uV
Soviet system, and the compassionate 'top. 0f *
man's rise from obscurity to heroism
A SECOND of Bernard Malamud s works h*.
recently been reissued. Pictures ofFidelman original).
published in 1969. is now out in a 192-page paperback
version by Pocket Books ($1,751 Pictw- chronicle
the antics of American Arthur Fidelman through his
extraordinary stay in Italy
He goes from garret to garret meeting a variety0(
thieves, rascals and lovers. A totally engag ng novei.
evepythinq
Is Up
to date
Joseph
poUkoff
AMONG THE few things not up to date in Kansas City is that
30-some-odd-year-old song the national media kept repeating
during the Republican convention days in mid-August to the
annoyance of the city's usually placid inhabitants. The song of
course, from the Broadway musical "Oklahoma!' is "Evi
thing's up-to-date in Kansas Citj Another thing that nettled the
inhabitants was the continuing incorrect reference, mainly by-
Easterners, to Kansas City as "the queen of the cow towr.-
In education, commerce, urban development and interest in
what is happening in the country and the world. Kansa- Citj is
.redly up-to-date And so a community of 25.000
whose members include some of the most civic-minded activists in
the area's million inhabitants along the Missiouri-Kansas border
ALTHOUGH ONLY a handful compared with some of the
agglomerations of Jewish citizens in other metropolitan areas.
Jewish Kansas Citians proudly point to their Menorah Medical
Center which they founded in 1931 and recently expanded at a cost
of $17 million to enlarge its hospital facilities to 450 beds.
The Center has three training schools, a speech and hearing
department, and offers home medical services. FBI Director
Clarence Kelley considers it his home hospital.' For the several
surgical operations he required since becoming FBI chief, he came
to Menorah Hospital
THE HEBREW ACADEMY of Greater Kansas City a day
school with ISO students in its 12 grades and kindergarten was
founded in 1920 and gradually developed over the decades. Last
February it graduated its first senior high school class. Its
president is Hyman Brand, a leader in the United Synagogue of
America who also is a founder of Brand & Puritz. garment
manufacturers.
The Kansas City Jewish Chronicle was founded in 1920. Under
co-partners. Stanley Rose, publisher, and Milton Firestone, editor,
the paper circulates throughout Western Missouri and Eastern
Kansas
LIKE MANY other communities. Kansas City has an active
and excellently run Jewish Community Center' It has seven
synagogues three Orthodox, three'Reform and one Con-
servative. Its 15 rabbis include the principal and some teachers of
the Hebrew Academy
Much of the credit for the fact Kansas City was host to the
Republican convention has been given to Richard L. Berkley, the
mayor pro tern and a member of the City Council. Telling about
how the GOP selected the site for its most dramatic convention, the
Kansas City Times said Berkley. Arthur Asel and Georgianne
Hedges organized 2.*00 volunteers and labored for a vear to win the
convention for their city
ASEL AND BERKLEY were chairman and co-chairman
respectively of the city's convention steering committee. Later
Berkley was treasurer of the host corporation and then became its
president as the size and business of the organization grew.
Berkley, called a stabilizing influence.' has been the one
everybody relied on to get the details handled and the follow-
through on the day-to-day commitments and situations." the
Times reported Berkley, whose father. Eugene Berkowitz. founded
the envelope manufacturing company that now is one of the
country's largest in the field, received in 1974 the Hebrew
Academy's first civic service award.
ANOTHER KANSAS Citian prominently identified with the
convention is Henry W Bloch. president'of the Kansas City
Chamber of Commerce Under his aegis, reporters and others
among the 25.000 that descended on Kansas Citv for the GOP
doings received a valuable booklet that welcomed'them with im-
portant details of the convention and the slogan. Kansas Citv is
"tomorrow's hope for the American City Today!"
Bloch is chairman of the board of H & R Block Inc., the income
tax preparation service company
In Jewish annals, perhaps the best known Jewish Kansas
Citian is the late Eddie Jacobson. He was a partner of Harrv
Truman in a haberdashery in downtown Kansas City Thev went
into business together after Truman came back from World War I
in which he served as an artillery captain Jacobson is credited with
giving the future President, whose memory is revered in Israel,
much of his deep understanding of why Jews everywhere want
Israel to be a reality forever.
Paire 10-Al *Aniiffkricf^r_lJ,nday September 10. 1976
the' 1976 Committee' robcrt
Of the John BmcheRS $m
IT IS now a little better thar six ncethe
faithful of the John Birch Society and like-minded
superpatriots formed "The (7( I
Their purpo-,- w,,- to inspire, promote, and
guide political action which will h<
maintain, and strengthen our Republic
According to the grand design of this small but
'mined band, wh -re then that high
treason, imported communism, mon I uu and
an international conspirat ng '
country in by Bicentennial time n*
greatest patriots in the land had U
head a red-white-and-blue ticket for the national
election of 1976. Who made up tl -van
twosome'.' Ezra Taft Benson and Sen >trom
Thurmond.
TO THE best of our knowledge The 1976
Committee" ticket is still out to lunch while the
candidates of the bona fide Republican and
Democratic parties are muscling up for the
November showdown. And in their bumptious
and haphazard way. plain, everyday Americans
millions and millions of them have managed
in i\t- and bring up their kids and enjoy the
iings that the Constitution and this nation's
tremendou moral, spiritual and material
ontinue to erant them.
Best of a!!, despite the wildeyed fears of the
1976 < ommitteemen and despite misgivings that
gen: had about the over-
commeri of our Bicentennial, historians
will record that the glorio i in-
: idol
much thai
Ml SIC r ROM revolutionary days, bright
stumes nt of battles fought I -
liberty, original playlets, imag use
tele> pectacular firewi rt
reign dignitaries, and |
Ships bringing the greetings
robust celebral
Interlaced with the.
the pageantry, was the remind)
watch and listen that inunigT
nation- had come to '
enriching the Republic witl
strengths. The icing on the Bk
thi- widespread education
energy, ingenuity, skill and tali
newcomer-
AM ERICA PROVED itself v accept
and learn from the people i; a! Coa
mittee. that spirited band
determined to point up na:
promises unfulfilled And to pd
thing- flowing from the celeb'
n able to forget and forg thecreatw
and hawking of plastic gai -aunchy
souvenirs
In such a gigantic undert.'.r
inevitable Rowdyism cairn form
bombings at Plymouth Rink ai :.ienand
frightening reappearance of let'.'
Another disappointment was
failure of man) celebrants ti
meaning of the Bicentennial
honoring the memory of hards ......dared
iraculous spark I
had kindled and fanned thetim
courage and determination thai
found inspiration in freedom i
OaviO
SaidShetoeinstein:
schwamz )s there 'plain Qeomenw
'?
PAULINE CHOTZINOFF. who has just
pa-^ed away, had music all about her She was
the- lascha Heifetz. the violinist, the wife
of the music critic. Samuel Chotzinoff: and
herself, was a good enough pianist to evoke the
praise of Toscanini.
Once she found herself sitting beside Einstein
and to make conversation she said she had heard
he was interested in arithmetic. Einstein asked
her if she was interested in mathematics Well "
she said, she "had studied geometry "
"Plane geometry0" asked Einstein
"Is there fancy geometry too" she asked
HuER, "^BASD. Samuel Chotzinoff. was
probably the best known music critic in America
Later musical director of the National Broad-
casting Company, his first fame came to him as
music critic of the New York World
The World was an exceptional paper Its
editorial page was regarded as the best in the
country and its staff had manv star writers of
national fame. For the last word in wit. people
turned every morning to The Conning
edited by Franklin P Adams
Adams was more commonly known by his
initials F.P.A. As he wrote of himself For the
purpose of record in history s book I was born in
Illinois, county of Cook
- noted for his terse style. He served in
S,\"Iandr, : didn't fight
I didn t shoot But O General, how I did sahr.
HE W AS Jewish, but as far *"
identified himself with any Jewish
Originally he had been an in- ?"*
People become writers for variou- _'
have deep thoughts they wish U
turn to writing because the ovei ^vk
vou want to start a store, vou need tock, px*
To become a writer all you need i- *ncU aw
paper
P I' A became a writer becai. g*
berries He had gone to the home of
popular writer of that day to sell him msf
policy, and found him eating straw > rriM
winter Imagine a man rich enough I "**, h
berries for breakfast in winter On the sp01
decided to become a writer
THE DAYS of the New York W rid were*
days of Fiorello La Guardia He was no"^
than the present Mavor of New York 11!>.-^
Beame When Queen Elizabeth '""TTJ
New York. Mavor Beame is said V0
-ed the hope that the Queen would Be
hear him. Elizabeth being a good bit taller
Beame.
HE WAS half Italian and half J. w
-peak Yiddish. He didn't like th. ^
but when a delegation of Na/
e them protection with Jew _', y
New York, when thee '
problems, he lowered hi- on B salary


Lav. September 10,1976
+Jknit fhriofiatrt
[Pagell-A
| Ball's Remarks Strike i Dutch Grateful for Firm Stand
~ Israel Said 'No' 1S.A board unless Israel released from Larnaca and headed
I Fear in Reader's Heart I
)H OH. The Jewish Floridian:
Halls remarks scare
27). If he is to be
arter's Secretary of
, ,i- speculation has it. then
u as a potential albatross
oumi Carter's neck.
[Apparently, his formula to
(prove Secretary Kissinger's
,ri.s consists mainly of
eding up Israel's decimation.
!is how n words, he sees a final
ttlement which "must involve
withdrawal by Israel to sub-
kntiall) the borders existing
Bor to the 1967 War. subject to
ch minor boundary rectifi-
tions aa might be achieved
tough negotiation."
jI.D JERUSALEM should be
lied hy some form of inter-
zonal arrangement."
Ball says he regards himself as
firm tnend of Israel." Yet
fein his own words reveal much
he says that a "continued
titude toward a settle-
nt could prove
astrous Continued negative
Ititude' Those three words alone
tweigh many pious expressions
friendship and helpfulness.
Further, he urges Israel's land
u-au.iv without delay because
p "relatively moderate Arab
LrJers' oi today might be
K)la.ni bj more radical leader-
jp i el he fails to mention, and
phaps does not perceive, that
ah promises of the past have
n regularly broken, despite
ael's past concessions, as for
mple. Suez passage.
BALL LISTS the "fun-
mental substantive problems"
the Palestinian issue, the
an Heights and Jerusalem,
wants Israel to yield on all in
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the so-called "Palestinian" de-
mands, and most alarming of
all his remarks no sign of
learning from history.
Hopefully, before election date,
both parties will present fair and
realistic Mideast proposals. So
far. President Ford's record and
Mr. Balls remarks give us only a
dismal choice. We Americans
deserve better.
DAVEGOODWIN
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JERUSALEM (JTA) -
Netherlands Premier .loop den
Uyl telephoned thanks to Foreign
Minister Yigal Allon Monday for
Israel's cooperation in saving the
lives of 75 passengers and five
crew members held hostage
aboard a hijacked Dutch airliner
Sunday.
The three hijackers, identified
as Palestinian terrorists, released
their victims at Larnaca Airport
in exchange for safe conduct from
the Greek Cypriot authorities.
ISRAEL AIR Force Phantom
jets intercepted the plane over
the Mediterranean as it ap-
proached Israeli air space. The
Phantoms were called off,
however, at the urgent telephone
request of Netherlands Foreign
Minister Max Van der Stoel, who
said that radio messages from the
hijacked KLM DC-9 indicated
that the hijackers were becoming
"nervous."
The sight of the Phantoms and
the inability to find a landing
place apparently was responsible
for the hijackers' decision to
release the plane and its oc-
cupants unharmed.
Earlier they had threatened to
blow up the aircraft and all on
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The hijackers reportedly told
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DUTCH FOREIGN Minister
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telephone that it might attempt
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Syrian and Jordanian territory.
He urged the Israeli authorities
to exercise caution and restraint,
not to shoot at the plane or force
it to crash land. The aircraft then
returned to Larnaca.
Allon was briefed by Premier
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make sure both countries were
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Allon reportedly told the
Dutch leader that he did not
believe either Israel or the
Netherlands should become
involved and suggested that the
affair be left to the Cypriot
authorities and the Arab states.
THE HIJACKERS reportedly
are members of the Popular
Front for the Liberation of
Palestine, headed by George
Habash. Their demands
reportedly included release of
Kozo Okamoto, the Japanese
terrorist serving a life sentence in
Israel for his part in the 1972 Lod
Airport massacre, and Greek
Catholic Archbishop Hilarion
Capucci. serving a 12-year
sentence for smuggling arms to
terrorists.
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Page 13-A
7fe Wonders Would U.S. Fight for Israel?
inn.
Continued from Page4-A
,.,|. he is long since tried and
in State Department busi-
ilf one carries this
pient to its logical con-
he incumbent should
3 u in. and pretty soon there
j,l bi no need for two parties,
x two candidates, or indeed
actions at all.)
e Democrats will be em-
izing their criticism of the
in-Ford rule and the
kman attitude" in Henry
linger that a democracy can
conduct its foreign policy without
the assent of the people."
MY OWN feeling here is that if
President Ford wins, Dr. Kis-
singer goes. But nothing else will
go with him certainly not the
secrecy.
On the other hand, if Gov.
Carter wins, and President Ford
goes, nothing else will go with
him either, including the secrecy.
This is.
dilemma,
hope for
I know, a Procrustean
and the best we can
is a narrow-margin
U.S. Immigration
Policy Killed Jews
WASHINGTON -
Morris B. Abram,
ler U.S. Representative
(the UN Human Rights
mission, has charged
restrictive and in-
cible American im-
ration policies sealed
te of European Jews
jrminated by the Nazis
/oriel War II.
ie urged that the Pres-
et be given discretion to
immigration policies
the victims of genocide
[avoid a similar disaster
the future.
ESTIFYING before the
se Foreign Policy Research
)evelopment Subcommittee.
ini. I New York attorney
is honorary president of the
Mean .Jewish Committee.
[urged Congress to ratify the
Genocide Convention, to
htain absolutely firm and
Bstakable commitments to
[security of Israel." and to
k legislation aimed at
entmg discrimination
tal American citizens and
resulting from the Arab
ott.
Dram urged that the U.S.
htain a flexible immigration
fy with respect to victims of
cide and an "unyielding
on against genocide on
fol human rights."
charged that almost no
es were raised against the
tier by Indonesia of one-half
ree quarter million of its
fns after the overthrow of
?nt Sukarno.
pKEWISE, he pointed out
1 N bodies were "very
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rebellion a few years back.
Turning to U.S. failure to help
European Jews survive. Abram
charged that the State Depart-
ment had reliable information on
Hitler's plans to exterminate all
Jews as early as 1942.
However, he added, both the
US. and Britain rejected
requests for cooperation in rescue
efforts during the war and im-
migration officials here so ad-
ministered the law that few
Jewish refugees from Germany
were permitted entry into this
country.
TRACING THE rise of the
Nazis to power in Germany and
Europe, Abram declared that
there were many opportunities
"to chain this criminal state after
its course was clear and its crimes
against its own people were
established, but the world failed
to consider human rights
problems with Germany as of any
concern outside.
So, the beast was able to
devour its own and eventually it
stalked abroad and devoured
Europe."
Continuing, Abram insisted
that "without taking any steps to
their disadvantage. I submit that
it was possible for the West to
have saved the Jewish
populations of France. Belgium,
The Netherlands, Italy and
perhaps of Germany, had these
states the time and will to do so.
"IMMIGRATION quotas, bu-
reaucratic lassitude or in-
difference, administrative run-
around and in many cases blatant
prejudice resulted in the
liquidation in these countries of
unnecessary thousands of men.
women and children, who could
have been rescued by foresight
and forceful policies undertaken
at the right time."
He contrasted these actions
with the accomplishments of the
Danish people, who, in spite of
the fact that their country was
occupied bv the German army,
kept almost all 8.000 Danish
Jews hidden and then ferried
them to Sweden, where they re-
mained until the end of the war.
victory for either party a
statement by the American
[people that neither candidate has
been given a mandate to turn
imperial overnight, although the
growing horror in the American
democratic process is that a
narrow-margin victory doesn't
stop the imperiousness at all. It
didn't stop it in John Kennedy in
1960, or in Richard Nixon in
1968.
INDEED, Gerald Fords
appointment in 1974, which was
neither a mandate nor a narrow-
margin victory, but a temporary
constitutional stop-gap following
the resignation of both the
President and the Vice President,
hasn't stopped F'ord from turning
imperious, too.
The American presidency be-
comes increasingly officious,
increasingly autocratic, in-
creasingly monarchic with the
passing years.
Not only does the office give
the presidency limousines, chauf-
feurs, private planes, unlimited
travel, all with personal arsenals
on the hoof.
But in choosing our new kings
we choose his family, as well. We
elect a queen, princes, princesses,
all with chauffeurs, planes,
travel, personal arsenals of their
own.
NONE OF this nonsensical,
nauseous byplay can appeal in
the least to a thinking voter who
will, for example, want to hear
what Gerald Ford has to say in
the next two months or so. not
what Betty Ford has to say while
Jerry hides in the White House
out of the way of any possible
gaffes.
Still, that is how the public
relations hucksters have already
orchestrated it. and I hear no
objections from anyone not
even from the thinking voter.
Under these carnival circum-
stances, including the coming
corny carny debates, what can we
expect from the candidates them-
selves in terms of a serious dis-
cussion of foreign policy or of
serious foreign policy commit-
ments, with sufficient par-
ticipation by the people in
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should they be elected?
WHEN FAIRLIE speaks of
America's desire to recover a
deliberate and sustained posture
in the world, one which is both
confident and generous, mainly I
think he does so because, as an
Englishman, he hopes for this.
As an F^nglishman, he recalls
"that in the years after 1945,
amidst the ruins and despair of
Europe, it was not just the ac-
tions of an American government
to which we looked across the
Atlantic with hope and gratitude,
but the impulses of the American
people who seemed to us great
and good."
F'airlie thus hopes f...- an
American renaissance in these
terms because, if not us, then
who? The Russians? The
Chinese? The Arabs?
Well, along with Fairlie, many
Americans may be hoping for
this renaissance in themselves,
too.
BUT I reported at the very
beginning that Fairlie also ob-
served confused and truculent
answers to his question put to
Americans whether they would
be willing to fight to sustain the
nation's principles as defined by
our foreign policy.
If confusion and truculence
prevail, then odds are that
Americans are not willing to fight
not for their principles or
anyone else's principles at this
time.
Indeed, their confusion and
their truculence are a response to
their general awareness that
whomever they elect, it will come
to the same thing that the
election process is a mere charade
having no political significance
but the pomp and circumstance
of the new imperial presidency.
PERHAPS THAT is why.
these days, they applaud Susan
Ford, or choose up sides of ap-
plause for Betty Ford vs. Nancy
Reagan. It is their agony, their
cynicism, their hysterical humor
hiding them from the agony and
| the cynicism all at once
that their political life is a
lie
Fairlie, along with so many
other Americans, prays devoutly
that this is not true that the
individual American's vote does
make a difference, that foreign
policy is meaningful to him, and
that he is willing to pay the price
of personal sacrifice for goodness
and generosity in the same way
that he paid the price in World
War II.
But the odds are that in the
end Henry Kissinger is right,
that America is henceforward
consigned to a second place in
world affairs because America
has shifted from an offensive
power to a defensive one.
IF HE is right, it suggests that
these prayers can never be an-
swered until this fundamental
change in us shifts back to
national willingness to assume
the offensive in the cause of
goodness once again.
What are the possibilites? In
the international sphere, we have
become merchants of death,
salesmen for our war wares,
bloated bourgeois willing to sell
our enemies the weapons to be
used against us in our own
ultimate destruction.
We may not like being "pushed
around" anymore, but ap-
parently we prefer arms profits to
leadership in morality.
IF THE world has become a
dangerous place in which to live,
because as Fairlie says, we have
given up our greatness and our
goodness, it is due less to our
declining commitment to these
qualities than to our direct
contribution to the danger
through the pursuit of corporate
gain.
Can we return to our
finest hour to the vision
Fairlie still holds of us from
the past and for the future
when we did fight for
Britain and for Europe?
Would we fight for them
again? Would
save Israel?
For
time
we fight to
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jrriifff}fFamous Poet
[frio Kidnapped in Buenos Aires
JEW YORK (JTA) -
Council on Hemi-
feric Affairs has con-
ned reports that the son
daughter of Juan
nan. a leading Jewish
zentine poet and
rnalist. were abducted
y, 24 from their apart-
nts in Buenos Aires,
fig with the son's preg-
at young wife, Maris.
ke six armed men who
Led the kidnappings
E, believed to be mem-
k of a right-wing death
lad. Laurence R. Birns,
ctor of the COHA, said
liman had left his
lighter. Nora Eva. 19.
his son, Marcelo Ariel.
behind in Argentina
|wi he was forced to flee
^entina last year after
giving a death threat
an extreme right-wing
inization called the
lantoms Wave Them Off
AT THE time of the ab-
duction, the kidnappers told the
poet-journalist's wife that the
kidnapping was an act of reprisal
against her husband who is now
in exile in Europe. He has been
denouncing the excesses of the
new Argentine military regime
and its chronic violations of the
human rights of its population.
Birns said.
Gelman. 46. is considered one
of Argentina's most highly-
regarded modernist poets who
characteristically writes stanzas
emphasizing political motifs, lie
had been editor of L'Opinion, an
independent liberal daily. Among
his published works of poetry are
"Relaciones" (1973) and "Violin
y Otras Cuestrines" 11956).
Birns said that, since the ab-
duction, COHA has been making
every effort to communicate the
"extreme gravity" of the ab-
duction to the Argentine govern-
ment and the necessity for its
authorities to immediately seek
the release of the latest victims of
the collapse of law and order in
Argentina.
BIRNS SAID COHA has
made efforts to be in touch with
the State Department, the Or-
ganization of American States,
the Argentine Embassy in
Washington and major Jewish
agencies in efforts to free the
three members of the Gelman
family before it is too late.
"We are absolutely certain
that the three young Gelmans are
entirely apolitical." Birns said,
adding that the abductions had
taken place against a backdrop of
rising acts of neo-Nazism and
acts against prominent Jewish
families in Argentina.
HE SAID Morton Rosenthal.
director of the Latin American
Affairs Department of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith and a board member of
COHA. had acted to express the
ADL's extreme concern over the
situation in Argentina in general
and the Gelman case in par-
ticular.
Birns described COHA as an
American organization com-
prising leading citizens from
different sectors of the nation's
life who have joined to increase
the attention directed to United
States-Latin American relations
and to increase the breadth of
those who influence and make
regional policy.
fow Israel Said 'No'to Terrorists
fhl. AVIV Israel said "no"
lirdaj to three Palestinian
who hijacked a Dutch
|iner and took 81 persons, in-
iinn three Americans, to
1 The plane was hijacked
ost immediately after it took
|from Malaga on the southern
nish coast.
lie Palestinians demanded
Israel release eight fellow -
Dn-^t- now languishing in
eli prisons, including Msgr.
rion Capucci, the Christian
at. -.nfenced two years ago
112 sears for gun-running
peen Jerusalem and West
Jordanian Palestinians.
K Okamoto. a Japanese
Mist -i ntenced to life.
[AMOTO WAS involved in
shooting at Ben Gurion
nrt in 1972 that claimed over
pes, including the brother of
[pi President Kphraim Katzir.
ppucci was one of the
demanded by
I ins who in June
|ked an Air France jet to
nda and later succumbed in
Itinw famous Israeli raid on
hi,,
I'uteh plane circled near
[Israeli Mediterranean coast
jour hours, during which the
piers threatened to blow up
ilane if Israel did not comply.
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ISRAEL REFUSED, and
instead sent up two F4 Phantom
jet fighters to prevent the plane
from landing at Ben Gurion
Airport in Tel Aviv.
According to the hostages, all
of whom were subsequently
released when the plane finally
flew on to Cyprus and landed, the
Dutch captain of the plane recog-
nized one of the hijackers who
had helped hijack another Royal
Dutch KLM jet four years before.
Following the Israeli refusal,
the plane landed at Larnaca
Airport on Cyprus Sunday and
promptly surrendered to
authorities, who promised the
terrorists safe conduct
presumably to Libya.
IN AMSTERDAM. Max Van
der Stoel. Dutch Foreign
Minister, said Sunday that he
was "particularly happy that no
concessions (by the Israelis) had
been made. More and more
people begin to realize that
giving in is of no use and can onl>
make things worse
Premier .loop den Uyl declared
that his government would raise
the issue of hijacking and inter-
national terrorism at the next
General Assembly session of the
United Nations in New York.
Mrs. Geertje Spanjer-
Speerstre, of Vlissingen, Holland,
one of the passengers, said later
that "Two Israeli planes were
shadowing us.
"I WAVED to them from my
window, and one of the Israeli
pilots, a very young man. waved
back tome."
She explained that "our most
frightening moment" was when
"Tunis did not want us (to land).
There were no landing lights, and
the runway was blocked with
logs. But the pilot. Capt. Peper-
kamp. steered around them and
brought the plane down" for
refueling.
Everybody has since denied a
hand in the" hijacking. Both the
Palestine Liberation
Organization and Libyan
President Col. Moammar Qaddafi
have denounced hijacking. The
hijackers themselves said that
they were connected with the
Popular Front for the Liberation
of Palestine, but in Beirut, after
the terrorists landed in Cyprus,
both the PFLP and the PLO
denied having anything to do
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By YITZHAK SHARGIL
TEL AVIV (JTA| The planned opening of a check-
point on the Golan Heights to allow Druze families from Israel
and Syria to visit with each other may mark the beginning of
something new in Israel's relations with its most bitter enemy.
The United Nations will be in charge of the new checkpoint
which will be on the disengagement line near the northern
Golan village of Majdal Shams. UN observers were seen last
week setting up the posts.
DEFENSE MINISTER Shimon Peres, in telling the
Cabinet about the new setup, said that Syria and Israel agreed
to allow Druze families to have reunions at the checkpoint
under UN auspices. Peres said the only restriction was that the
Druze would be unarmed.
If the exchange go*:, through, it will be the third frontline
country border where Israel will allow Arab families to ex-
change visits. The bridges over the Jordan River have been
opened very summer for what has been called a "summer
visitors" program which allows Arabs from many countires to
come to Israel.
THIS WEEK, Lebanese villagers who have been coming
to the Israeli border for aid for several months, were allowed to
come through for stays of two weeks to a month with their
families in Israel.
Suleiman Kanj, leader of the Golan Druze, said that all
Druze will be thankful to both Israel and Syria for allowing
them to see their families. For nearly a year Golan Druze have
come to the area near Majdal Shams, climbed the steep slopes
to shout across the barbed-wire fences at their families on the
other side.
SOME HAVE used meagaphones. However, after a Druze
sergeant in the Syrian army was caught using the area to
gather intelligence information, Israel put a stop to the
makeshift setup.
There are about 38,000 Druze in Israel and 250,000 in
Syria. Meanwhile, there is no indication what the new opening
will mean toward Syrian-Israeli relations.
Trudeau Pledges Canadian Aid
JERUSALEM (JTAI Premier Yitzhak Rabin held a
dinner in honor of the visiting Canadian Prime Minister Pierre
Elliott Trudeau at his residence here. In an exchange of toasts.
Trudeau pledged that Canada would do its utmost to help
Israel.
He said that despite their concern over the conflict in the
Middle East, the two countries "could do things in common to
build the future because both were relatively new democracies
built by immigrants."
RABIN SAID in response that he was glad his guest was
able to learn at first hand the meaning of Jerusalem for Israelis
and hoped he would understand why Israelis were sometimes
accused of being irresponsible and stubborn.
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1A1 Head to Speak At Jewish Floridiail
[stadrut Rally Sept. 18
Miami, Florida Friday. September 10, 1976
Section B
.modern of El Al Airlines
rive m South Florida next
irticipata in the Israel
ar,n Tourist Day rally
led for Saturday. Sept. 18.
Fontainebleau Hotel at
j.nv Moe Levin, chairman of
Histadrut Foun-
s Florida advisory board.
[the announcement.
tni,, hi i Ben-Ari. recognized
1, ader in international
Ion circles, has been in-
(eiitai in the development of
nit, a major international
since he assumed the
|enc) m 196". In the 1960s
Vn introduced dramatic
for group fares which
Etionized low-cost fares and
ed the beginning of mass air
Donation.
mood of Israel is the theme
Israel Solidarity Tourist
trhich is being presented by
irael Histadrut Foundation
in association with El Al
La and the Israel Govern-
[TiHinst Office.
Itertainment will
tided by Rabbi Shlomo
bach unofficial singing
| of the Israel Army and one
(the foremost Hebrew
|ngers
l e\tnt is also in advance of
Kond annual Histadrut
anty Conference in Tel
No\ 13-16, which is ex-
to draw some 500
rican delegates and will
re appearances by Prime
^ter Vit/hak Rabin, former
Minister Golda Meir and
er Foreign Minister Abba
[ graduate of the Hebrew
krsity in .lerusalem. Ben-Ari
born in Transylvania and
rated in 1940 to Palestine,
where he joined a kibbutz and
later played a crucial role in the
immigration and settlement of
refugees.
MORDECHAI HEN-ARI
He joined El Al Airlines in
1950, became head of its com-
mercial division in 1958 and was
appointed vice president in 1960.
Ben-Ari was elected president in
July, 1967. and has served as El
Al*s chief negotiator at con-
ferences of the International Air
Transport Association.
The Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation provides financial support
for the vast network of
educational, health and welfare
institutions of the Histadrut in
Israel, which serves the social
needs of more than 70 percent of
the population.
Tickets for the Israel
Solidarity Tourist Day are
available through the Miami
Beach Histadrut Foundation
office.
Intebbe Account Due Here
>n Ch. 4 Saturday Night
r* the Israelis debated.
led and executed the daring
mission to Entebbe will be
iled in a CBS News Special
in. to be broadcast on
daj Sept. 11 110 to 11 p.m..
on Channel 4, WTVJ.
raid in which 104 airline
ngers, held hostage by Arab
'Ists : a remote African
i in Iganda. dazzled the
lasi July 4. was an act of
drama taking place while
ican^ were absorbed in the
Itennial pageantry.
IE RAID immediately
re Kera and book publishers, a
*r of whom have since an-
nounced "Entebbe" projects.
But this is no mere
dramatized account." declared
John Sharnik. CBS News vice
president for public affairs
broadcasts, in announcing the
program.
"Well leave that to the movie-
makers. This is the event itself,
hour by hour, told in the eye-
witness accounts of the people
who were directly involved the
Israeli government officials who
swiftly but painfully decided on
the daring move, the military
people who carried it out, the
hostages they rescued from the
airport in Uganda."
ary Results
Victories, Many Runoffs
a> s primary elections,
"ch fewer than a third of
tounty's registered voters
out. led to victory for
candidates but will
runoffs for many more on
the
ent
\(
ov. 2 election in-
IK-mocrat Lawton
fces Republican Dr. John
, ln a race for a six-year
>> run,- term. For the two-
> s House term incumbent
I *'rat William Lehman faces
nge at the polls froi
Ml
Bi
Wican Lee A. Spiegelman in
District, while 14th
Democrat Claude Pepper
-Republican Evelio Estrella.
W*M Democrat Dante
Beta Republican Paul
('"hb in the 15th
> ill
M1
nSi
K '
i Democrat, and
I, Republican.
acanl two-vaar
Treasurer
;.
and
"mmissioner. while
j and
ie Nichols seek a
I ..........>iiur-| Willie
' Paula Hawkins and
I ct Kati mj-u-i_____.. _
Public Service Commission term.
Bennett H. Brummer. a Demo-
crat, was elected to a four-year
term as Public Defender in Dade
County.
SUPREME COURT
appointee Joseph W. Hatchett
was elected to a full term on the
bench, as was Alan Sundberg.
Frederick Karl faces a runoff with
Charles Holley.
In Circuit Court Group 7,
G. Milton Rubin meets James R.
Jorgenson in a runoff and Adele
Segall Faske faces Richard Fink
in Group 8. Gerald Wetherington
and Herbert Stettin were elected.
Marshall Ader was elected to the
Dade County Court, but Harvey
Goldstein faces a runoff with
Stanley Goodman in Group 6 as
do Richard Schwartz with T. A.
"Tal" Buchanan In Group 17 and
Steven Robinson and Harvej
Baxter in Group 18. '
Pacing runoffs for the Board of
Count \ Commissioners are
Clinton Brown and Barry D.
Continued on Page 11 -B
AJCongress
Women Set
Meetings
The Florida Women's Division
of the American Jewish Congress
has announced its September
meeting schedule.
Hollydale Chapter will meet at
12:30 p.m. on Monday. Sept. 13,
at Galahad South in Hollywood.
Installation of officers will be
followed by guest speaker Sylvia
Kaplan, national vice president
and honorary president of the
Florida Division.
At noon on Thursday, Sept. 16,
Jade Winds Chapter will meet at
the Jade Winds Tower. President
Heny Weiss will review
AJCongress activities and there
will be entertainment.
Point East Chapter will meet
in the French Room on Wed-
nesday. Sept.22, at 12:30 p.m.
and has invited husbands and
friends to view a film, "Jews in
Arab Lands."
At noon on Thursday. Sept. 30,
North Dade Chapter will meet at
the First Federal Savings
building at 18301 Biscayne Blvd.
Ray Seidlin will describe her trip
to Israel and refreshments will be
served.
For additional information, call
the AJCongress' Miami office.
Pan Am
Adds Incentive
For Agents
Pan American World Airways
has announced a new incentive
commission of 2 percent for retail
travel agents who increase the
high yield first and standard
economy class business. The plan
requires no paperwork on the
agents' part.
The new commission applies to
all Pan Am net flown revenues
and is in addition to the regular 8
percent and 3 percent inclusive
tour commission now given
agents.
Walter A. Elsaesser. Pan Am
divisional vice president-North
America, said the new plan is for
U.S. retail travel agents and is
effective for all net revenue flown
on Pan Am flights between Sept.
land Dec. 31,1976.
The 2 percent is awarded
agents when they exceed 10
percent or $600, whichever is
greater, of their average monthly
first economy class flown
revenue for April, May and June,
1976, this being the most repre-
sentative, up-to-date and
equitable comparable period.
THE SOLE criterion is that
the passengers fly Pan Am.
Tickets must be on air traffic
conference (ATC) stock using
any carrier's validation plate or
Pan Am ticket stock.
All paperwork for the new
commission will be handled by
Pan Am. The only requirement
for participation is a simple letter
written to Pan Am on the agent's
letterhead, indicating intent to
participate and stating that no
part of the commission will be
passed along to the customer.
Elsaesser said an agent doing
$60,000 to $120,000 in Pan Am
revenue per year can earn com-
mission of an additional $100 to
$200 per month. Higher volume
agents will be able to add $2,000
to $5,000 per month.
He said the new plan was
developed in response to com-
ments received from U.S. agents
ding Pan Am's travel
agent- advisory hoard meeting-.
||r Ailivd that the incentive
offers an opportunitj to all
agents and avoid- the pitfalls of
possible charges of selective and
discriminatory Incentives so
prevalent in the industry today.
Morris Broad (right), president of American Savings & Loan
Association, presents a check for the Histadrut Scholarship
Fund to Irving Gordon Heft), executive director of the South
Florida Histadrut Campaign, while Bill Gunter, in whose honor
the donation was made, looks on.
Palm Beach Area
Club Charged With
Discrimination
Working on behalf of a
Jewish complainant, the
Florida Regional Office of
the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith has
filed a formal charge of
housing discrimination
against the Manalapan
Club, located in the ex-
clusive Manalapan Point
area near Palm Beach.
The ADL filed the
complaint on behalf of
Edward Bobley of Palm
Beach, who charged that a
deed restriction requiring
membership in the
Manalapan Club was used
to prevent him from
purchasing a home in
Manalapan Point. Bobley
said he was rejected from
club membership because
he is not a Christian.
ARTHUR TEITELBAUM,
ADL's Southern Area director,
said the I>eague's investigation
confirmed the substance of
Bobley's allegations, which noted
that the sale of the home in
question was terminated by the
seller at the last minute, after
Bobley revealed to the seller that
he is Jewish.
Teitelbaum noted "that our
inquiry also focused on
allegations that a group of
residents pressured the seller not
to sell to a Jewish family."
A spokesman for the
Manalapan Club has denied that
the club is restricted to Jews, but
declined to name any Jewish
members or residents in the
club's housing area.
TEITELBAUM SAID the
complaint was filed with the U.S.
Department of Housing and
Urban Development. "We have
already received word from HUD
that they will conduct an early
investigation of the case to
determine if violations of the
1968 Civil Rights Act have oc-
curred."
According to Teitelbaum. there
are still several housing areas in
South Florida which attempt to
use what is called the "private
club membership device" to bar
Jews from purchasing homes.
"In these areas the deeds
require club membership as a
condition of purchasing the
home. Jews are barred from club
membership and therefore they
are told they are not qualified to
buy a home."
He noted that the practice is a
violation of Federal housing laws
and that ADL has handled many
such cases over the years.
Free or Reduced-Price Meals
Available at Hebrew Academy
The Hebrew Academy has
announced a policy of free and
reduced-price meals for children
unable to pay the full price of
meals served under the National
School Lunch Program.
According to Rabbi Alexander
Gross, the school's principal,
"There is no separate charge for
meals at the Hebrew Academy.
All children are served the same
meals, regardless of family in-
come or scholarship assistance
granted."
Eligibility for free and reduced-
price meals is determined by the
Florida Income Scale and such
additional criteria as unusually
high medical expenses, shelter
costs in excess of 30 percent of
income, special education ex-
penses due to a child's mental or
physical condition, and disaster
or casualty losses
Academj president Norman
Ciment notes that "Application
forms are being sent to all
parents with a letter Additional
copies are available at the prin-
cipal's office. The information
presided on the application is
confidential and will be used only
to determine eligibility.
Applications may be submitted
at any time during the year.
"In certain cases," Ciment
adds, "foster children are also
eligible for these benefits. A
foster family that wishes to apply
for such meals for the child
should contact the school."
If a family member becomes
unemployed or if family size
changes, the family should
contact the school to file a new
application. Such changes may
make the children eligible for
reduced-price meals or for ad-
ditional benefits, such as free
meals, if the family income falls
at or below the levels already
described.
Rabbi Gross is emphatic that
"In the operation of child feeding
programs, no child will be dis-
criminated against because of
race, sex, color or national
origin
Tin school has a copy of the
complete policy which may be re-
viewed by any interested party.


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*Jkit> fkridlian
Friday- ^Ptnber,
Gerson Urges Community Support
Of Israel Bonds High Holiday Drive
Speaking on behalf of the
Israel Bond Organization. Dade
County cochairman Gary R.
Gerson called on the Jewish com
munity to strengthen its
traditional links with Israel b>
participating in the Israel Bond
program "to provide the financia
resources to assure its economic
stability and security."
Gerson underscored the im-
portance of the High Holida\
effort for Israel Bonds which will
be conducted during the New
Year observances in synagogues
in South Florida and in com-
munities throughout the United
States and Canada. The High
Holidays are Rosh Hashanah on
Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 25
and 26, ushering in the Jewish
year 5737, and Yom Kippur on
Monday, Oct. 4.
Emphasizing
Israel faces
problems of
the fact that
dangers and
extraordinary
proportions this year, Gerson,
who recently met with top Israeli
officials in Jerusalem, said it is
the responsibility of the Jewish
community "to stand guard over
Israel's economy, to sustain and
strengthen it to enable it to move
forward toward peace and the full
realization of its aspirations for
our people. This we are called
upon to do through Israel Bonds,
which have been the mainstay of
Israel's economic development
for a quarter of a century."
BY PURCHASING Israel
Bonds in the New Year, Gerson
continued, "we shall add
meaning to the Day of Atone-
ment and Remembrance and
make it also a Day of Com-
mitment and Solidarity in the
unbroken and unbreakable chain
of devotion to our faith and to the
State of Israel."
In urging Jews to assist Israel
through the Israel Bond program
in their congregations during the
High Holidays, Gerson recalled
that Haym Salomon, in his ef-
forts to raise funds for the
American Revolution, is reputed
to have made the first Yom
Kippur appeal in any synagogue
in the United States 200 years
ago.
Referring to the Bicentennial
year, the Israel Bonds chairman
noted that in the Revolutionary
War, George Washington spoke
of the "invisible golden chain"
that has held the Jewish people
together for many centuries.
"The chain that binds
together." Gerson said.
us
is a
. chain of faith in God and in
Israel, and that chain is only as
strong as its weakest link. In a
time of stress and trial such as
the people of Israel are ex-
periencing this year, even.' link in
the chain of solidarity must be
strong.
"The Israel Bond program
commands our wholehearted
participation because it serves to
strengthen our link with Israel
and to provide the financial
resources to assure its economic
stability and security."
REFERRING TO the common
bonds of friendship and
democracy which bind the people
of the United States and Israel,
he emphasized that the Biblical
injunction to "proclaim liberty
throughout the land, unto all the
inhabitants thereof" was forever
enshrined as the inscription on
the Liberty Bell and that it was
the Biblical precepts of liberty
and human dignity which were
the foundations of our nation.
As the central source of funds
for economic development. Israel
Bonds have channeled more than
$3.3 billion into the expansion of
industry and agriculture, the
exploitation of natural resources,
communications and harbors and
GARY GERSON
the creation of jobs lor new im-
migrants since 1951. Of that sum.
Israel has alreadv repaid a total
of $1.3 billion,
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*Jenit> Fhridliain
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Sisterhood Plans Beth Torah Installation
First Meeting Precedes Selichot Services
YEFIM BRONFMAN
ZUBIN MEHTA
\eth Sholom Series Opens
1th Israel Philharmonic
|y Drucker, director of the Orchestra under the baton of
bi Artists Series of Temple
j Sholom, has announced the
[programs to be presented by
Israel Philharmonic Or-
klra conducted by Zubin
kta on Monday and Tuesday
Sings. Sept. 20 and 21. at the
Iter of the Performing Arts.
he concerts inaugurate the
series and Mrs. Drucker
i hat "it has been an in-
e coup to secure the
ho s of the incomparable
It' Mehla. the advisor and
hictor of the Israel Phil-
honic Orchestra and the Los
bles Philharmonic." Mehta
usl been appointed the
lurtor oi the New York Phil-
Ionic Orchestra, beginning
|> he 1977-78 season.
ke Sept. 20 program includes
Doven'a Leonora Overture
Prokofiev's Concerto No. 1
major for violin and orches-
lopus 19, and the Brahms
phony No. I in E minor. The
lini soloist in the Prokofiev
lerlo will be the con-
saster, I laim Taub.
|< Sept. 21 program, which is
red by the American
sh Congress, will include the
Jiere performance in this area
edoen Partos* "Paths," a
bhonic elegy. Partos is
Idered one of the greatest
lli composers. Second on the
turn is the Rachmaninoff
Concerto No. 3 in D minor,
krmed by Yefim Bronfman,
l^-yearold Russian-Israeli
Igy who will be performing in
Cnited States for the first
EFIM BRONFMAN was
in 1958 in Tashkent. At age
he began his piano studies
\c Music School of the State
matory in his native city.
n early age he appeared in
s and as a soloist. At the
ining of 1973 he and his
ly emigrated to Israel, where
Vntinued his studies with
ksor A. Vardi. Having
ered top grades at the
[en Fund Scholarship
liens, he was awarded a
>l scholarship and sub-
sntlv appeared in the United
at the invitation of the
|rica-Israel Cultural
lation.
Israel he played with the
iber Ensemble, the
alem Symphony and with
Israel Philharmonic Or-
ra Me also has toured South
performing in concerts
tcitals, and earlier this year
his Canadian debut with
lontreal Symphony under
Iton of Zubin Mehta.
Israel Philharmonic Or-
fa, which is coming to
as part of a nationwide
fs the official representative
tel to America's Bicen-
celebration and has been
lated the official
entative of the Israel
nment.
J*e are some tickets
Ible for the Monday night
ance and all tickets are
Ible for Tuesday evening,
ket information, contact
Beth Sholom or. for
y's concerts, the temple or
erican Jewish Congress.
BALANCE OF the Great
Series features Joan
land, soprano, on Feb. 3;
Perlman, violinist, with
ater Miami Philharmonic
Lukas Foss. on Feb. 17; Arthur
Fiedler and the Boston Pops with
David Bar-Man. pianist, on
March 2; Andre Watts, pianist,
on March 10; and Bloch's Sacred
Service with baritone Robert
Merrill, the University of Miami
Civic Chorale, and the Greater
Miami Philharmonic, Maurice
Abravanel conducting, on March
29. Dr. Leon Kronish. rabbi of
Temple Beth Sholom. will narrate
the script.
The Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood
of Beth Torah Congregation will
hold their first meeting of the
year on Wednesday. Sept. 15. at
8 p.m. in the social hall.
The program for the evening.
"I Am Woman," is a photo-
graphic essay of women in all
Ehases of life. Narration will be
v Mrs. Maurice Wax. with a
slide presentation by Pearl
Kdelson. Mrs. Kdelson, Co-
ordinated Educational Activities
Committee (CEAC) vice presi-
dent, said that the role of today's
woman is not only that of a
dynamic force within her own
home, but in the worldwide
Jewish community and American
society as well.
A HOLIDAY TABLE for
Rosh Hashanah will be prepared
and set by the Jewish family
living committee, Mrs. Mordecai
Adler. Mrs. Ben Kirschenbaum
and Mrs. Sol Popper. Items from
the Beth Torah Gift Shop for the
High Holidays will be on display.
Sisterhood officers for the 1976-
77 term will welcome everyone to
the first meeting.
Beth Torah Congregation will
hold its annual installation cere-
monies Saturday evening. Sept.
18, in the main sanctuary. A
reception starting at 9:15 p.m. in
the social hall will precede the
ceremonies, which continue to
midnight when Selichot Services
begin.
The installation chairmen,
Sandee and Alan Cole, an-
nounced that a joint installation
of the synagogue officers. Sister-
hood. Men's Club and trustees
will be held, with Beth Torah's
spiritual leader. Rabbi Max A.
Lipschitz, as installing officer.
Synagogue officers to be in-
stalled for 1976-77 are Hy Katz.
president; Judge Arthur Winton.
executive vice president; Irving
Kuttler. religious vice president;
Mrs. Nat Siesser, ways and
means vice president; Marshall
Baltuch, membership vice
president; Eugene Lipman,
education vice president; Milton
Swersky. youth vice president:
(Jeorge Edelson, house vice
president; Ben Karp. treasurer:
Harold Monuse. financial
secretary: Mrs. Jerome Reich,
recording secretary; Mrs.
Richard Sneider. corresponding
secretary.
Sisterhood officers are:
Rochelle (Mrs. Marshall)
Baltuch. president: Pearl (Mrs.
George) Edelson, CEAC vice
president: Mrs. Ina Zymet.
membership vice president;
Lorraine (Mrs. Tedl Martin,
ways and means vice president;
Arlene (Mrs. Mel) Keil. youth
vice president at large; Hedy
I Mrs. Eric) Gutman. treasurer;
Henni (Mrs. Joseph) Golden,
financial secretary; Ella (Mrs.
Louis) Foster. recording
secretary.
New Men's Club officers
include Kenneth Kopelman,
president; Alan Mintz, chairman,
program committee; Mel Keil,
chairman membership com-
mittee; Bob Weinreb. editor of
Men's Club Bulletin; Jack
Ablove, chairman. TNT com-
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Friday. September 1
Mrs. Kronish to Describe
Study Mission to Israel
Shevin to Addre98 ORT Chapter Sets Cake Sale Day
Lillian (Mrs. Leon I Kronish.
president of the Women's
Division of the Greater Miami
Chapter of the American Friends
of the Hebrew University, will
report on her and Rabbi
Kronish s six-week study mission
to Israel at the opening meeting
of the organization. Thursday,
Sept. 16.
The 11:45 a.m. luncheon at the
Montmartre Hotel is open to the
public, but reservations are
required and can be made at the
American Friends officies.
MRS. KRONISH wife of the
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Sholom. is a national leader for
Israel Bonds, the United Jewish
Appeal and the Hebrew
University.
Another highlight of the
Democrats Name
Campaign Head
Mike Abrams. Dade County
Democratic Party chairman, has
announced the appointment of
Seth Gordon as chairman of the
county's campaign committee,
which will oversee the Demo-
cratic Party's general election
activities.
The 75-member committee will
work on behalf of the Carter-
Mondale ticket. Sen. Lawton
Chiles and all other state and
local Democratic candidates.
Gordon, who is executive
assistant to Sen. Kenneth M.
Myers (D., Miami), joined the
Jimmy Carter campaign in mid-
1975, when the original Dade
County Carter organization was
formed, and directed Carter's
lTorida Primary campaign in the
14th Congressional District. In
July he was a Carter delegate
from Florida's 15th
Congressional District to the
Democratic National Convention
in New York City.
meeting will be a presentation on
the spiritual significance of the
upcoming High Holy Days by
Ida (Mrs. Herman) Chinsky.
cultural chairman of the
Women's Division.
Mrs. Florence Feldman.
director of the Women's Division,
is coordinating plans for the
initial meeting of the 1976-77
season.
BB Mitzvah Lodge
Florida Attorney Genera)
Robert Shevin will be guest
speaker at the regular meeting ot
B'nai Brith Mitzvah Lodge No.
3020. Thursdav. Sept. 9. it was
announced bv" David P. Rosen-
baum. president of the South
Miami-Kendall area young men s
lodge.
The meeting will be held at
Miami-Dade Community ( ollege
South, in the Learning Resources
Building, and begins at 8 p.m.
There is no admission charge and
the public is invited.
The Coral Gables Chapter will
hold its annual home-baked cake
sale on Wednesday, Sept. 15. at
the Dadeland Mall under the
supervision of Tillie Fiertel and
cochairman Perle Corn, along
with volunteers from the
membership. Proceeds will be
used for community service.
A board meeting win be u,
on Wednesday, Sept 2^ mft
a.m. in the DeSot., Room of
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* Jen>i*t> Fhridian
Page 5-B
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I
Veeting to plan Beth Am Sisterhood's opening luncheon of the
bason, featuring a fashion show by Jordan Marsh, are
hairman Joan Schwartz, president Peggy Bieley and chairman
trlene Minor.
'Stars'Glitter at Season fs First
Beth Am Sisterhood Luncheon
Streisand, fresh fruit cup
I Plans are being made for
^nipU' Beth Am Sisterhood's
ening luncheon and fashion
set for Wednesday. Sept.
i m. in the Temple social
Sisterhood president Peggy
jelej has announced that Arlene
iiioi ind loan Schwartz are the
i nun and that Jordan
arsh i- presenting the show.
[Fashions, music, scenery and
jble decorations will all be co-
(dinated to the theme "The Year
tin Star."
IThe menu is "starred.'' too:
tench eclairs a la Beverly Sills.
rken cutlets in wine sauce a la
ii
|ii Barbara Walters
|()n< the early bird prizes for
lv n .- ii,ii ion will l>e a Mogen
id necklace from the Sister
rd Judaica Shop,
I'lir "i ear ol the Star'' theme
ducea Sisterhood's new
inor program concept and
learn bon they too
y h new lew ish star
lllli: LUNCHEON committee
elude- acting financial chair
I ook, Barbara Mini/.
i Peinberg, .lean
I treasurer Kilir
kitchen chairmen. Dolly
united Way Film
U Local Theaters
ning Vug 20,
in Dade County were
the first time, to see
A'ay's 1976 campaign
as .i theater short subject in
Wometco and tour General
touses, The campaign
featuring Ruben Shaw, star
aws." The Sting.'' "Battle
I hi Bulge" and the soon to be
"Black Sunday.'' is
Dg shown in conjunction with
feature-length film at these
ticipating theaters.
[he 1976 United Way public
on chairman. "Richard
fson, senior vice president for
s and public affairs of
!l Channel 10, conceived
oject as part of an ex-
Med United Way com-
ns program.
| Mitchell, vice president of
pnetco F.nterprises, Inc., was
msible for overall or-
|ization of the United Way
nation in the Wometco
General Cinema houses.
I'itman. district manager.
feral Cinema, helped co-
|nat* the program in his
any.
orah Dedication
fttatBethMoshe
Sunday. Sept. 12, at 10:45
children of the Temple Beth
Ihe Religious School will
ficipate in the dedication of a
Torah, given by Irving
dsman in memory of his wife,
tie.
Harris and Rosita Levy; raffles,
Margo Margolesky: decorations.
Sandy Victor, Randy Schwartz,
Barbara Mintz, Edie Spiegel; in-
vitations. Mickey I.ipton; pub-
licity. Gerri Legow; hostesses.
Joy Cohen, Trudy Glass. Norma
Lieberman. Anita Gavrin. Sue
Korshun. Carole Clein. Sylvia
VVeinsoff. Sheila Hellinger. Suzy
Cook. Marsha Reisman, Jackie
Rose. Fran Blumenfeld. Beryl
Waronker; program chairmen
Ann Fernandez: and Matty
Brand. Florence Birchansky.
Flaine Palastrant. Barbara
Wasserman and Sharon Sokol.
Auxiliary 778
Metings Resume
The JWV Ladies Auxiliary No.
778 will resume monthly
meetings on Thursday. Sept. 9.
at 8 p.m. at Temple Beth Am. A
dramatic program about the
various categories in which the
Auxiliary competes on a De-
partment level is planned. These
include aid to Israel,
Americanism, child welfare, com-
munity relations, senior citizens,
cultural, legislation, membership,
publicity, program, servicemen's
service and veteran's service.
Plans are being completed for
the donor dinner, which will be
held at the Deauville Hotel on
Saturday evening, Oct. 9, with
Mollie Brown as chairman.
Events for the fall include a
monthly noshery cart served to
the patients and staff at the
Homestead Air Force Base
Hospital. Oneg Shabbats at the
base chapel, a weekend of ac-
tivities in November including a
dedication at Kendall Park, an
(meg Shahbat at Temple Beth
Am and a commemoration of
Veteran's Day, dinner dances at
the Homestead Air Force Base
Officer's Club and aboard a ship,
a Chanukah party and other
activities
Meetings are held on the
second Tuesday of each month at
Temple Beth Am and interested
women may contact Evelyn
Clein. president, for information.
Tennis Chairman Named For Maccabiah Games
Basketball coach Nat Holman,
president of the United States
Committee Sports for Israel, has
appointed Stuart Winston as
Florida tennis chairman for the
July. 1977, Maccabiah Games in
Israel. Winston, who is president
of the Bell Paper Company of
Miami, was a basketball player at
CCNY under Holman.
As a Stadium Chair umpire,
Winston has umpired for four
years at the U.S. Open Tennis
Championships in Forest Hills,
jraser
NY., and at the Wimbledon
(England) matches. He is also a
judge with the Miami Beach
Boxing Commission and has
judged four world championship
bouts. WinsU is umpiring at
the current F .t Hills matches
in New York, which t>egan on
Sept. 1 and will end on Sept. 12.
Men and women of any age
interested in working on the
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Friday. SepUnfcJ
pCom munity Corner
Calder Meeting
Begins Sept. 18
The
stakes
June only comes in second as the most marrying month. August
is first and here is the evidence: Lisa Morgan and Carl Trachtenberjj
. Ellen Ditchek and Daniel Averbook Sylvia Yanoff and Dr.
Benjamin Fridman Sylvia Levine and Nat Leder Jay Luck
and Susan Stein Lesli Bertisch and Michael Muchnk-k Karen
Landow and Michael Albert Georgian Serbin and Alan I'mans .
Janis King and Robert Fleet Alita Holland and Melvin Rosenfeld.
A wedding party among the palms was held on South Beach to
celebrate the nuptials joining Etta Susswein and Louis Silver. tWC
senior citizens who met and courted during their daily swims \\ hen
their many friends heard of the quiet ceremony, they decided to help
celebrate with home-baked cakes, donated schnapps and a corsage
right there on the 18th Street beach Helen Sassower was the bridal
consultant and she arranged for the 8 a.m. party, which included Mr.
and Mrs. Phillip Danzinger. Pauline Gottlieb. Meyer and Blanche
Michaelban, Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Hammer and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Tendler. To make a mitzvah out of a simcha. the wedding party raised
$162 to be donated to the Israel Emergency Fund.
Bar and Bat Mitzvah at the Kotel assuming adulthood at the
Western Wall: Bruce Ehrlich Craig Landy Ten Wruble
Andrew Member Mark Rubin And celebrating the Bar
Mitzvah of their grandson in Toronto are Rabbi and Mrs. Irving
Lehrman.
Also in Israel but continuing with their studies are Audrey Aibel.
Debbie Rubin. Kathy Kaiser, Nancy Wolff. David GeDer. Julie Klein
and Bruce Mizrach as part of the High School in Israel program.
Harley Applebaum is one of 41 American students to participate in
the America-Israel Secondary- School Program.
On the college scene: Donna Maines was honored by the Order of
the Cois upon her graduation from the University of Miami Law
School Beginning his law school career at the University of
Florida is Henry Volpe. Barbara Kiraner was graduated cum laude
from Brandeis and is taking her expertise to a U. of Cincinnati public
health fellowship.
Community Notes: Jay Kislak installed as a member of the board
of governors of HUC-JIR John PalkH won the U.S. Amateur Golf
Association Junior National Tournament at Evergreen. Colo. .
Lucy Estrin continues to be drafted to do her Parent Effectiveness
Training around town Ruth Brotman, who will address the
Canadian Authors Association in Montreal, is author of "The Life and
Career of the Great Canadian Prima Donna. Pauline Lightstone."
The name is not the same: Coral Springs Hebrew Congregation will
now be known as Temple Beth Or.
Temple Israel Brotherhood to Hear
Expert on Health Care for Seniors
Dr. Michael Sossin. Miami
Batch social gerontologist. will
discuss "How To Care for Our
Aging" on Sunday. Sept. 19. at
the opening meeting of the
Temple Israel Brotherhood at 10
a.m.
Brotherhood president Donald
Swartz and Jack Falk. program
chairman for the meeting, said
Dr. Sossin will outline the newest
methodology in health care foi
the aging. Dr. Sossin. owner o
the Miami Beach Nursing Home
and president of Sossin System
Inc.. is past president of the
B'nai B'rith Council of South
Florida.
He will review the Pulitzer
Prize-winning book "Why
Survive?" by Robert N. Butler.
M.D.. subtitled "Being Old in
America."
Dr. Sossir. was a charter
member of the Florida State
Commission on the Aged and is
former chairman of the City of
Miami Beach Senior Citizens Ad-
visory Board. He is past
president of the Humane Society
of Greater Miami and has been a
leader in the Labor Zionist
Movement.
Florida JWV Auxiliaries Are
Honored at Convention
At the national convention of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish
War Veterans in mid-August at the Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood, the
Department of Florida-Ladies Auxiliary was awarded trophies in
Americanism, child welfare, membership, organizing and senioi
citizen, and citations for community relations, hospital, leadership,
legislation, programming, servicemen's service and aid to Israel
Seventeen auxiliaries received blue honor roll ribbons for entering at
least seven of the ten programs, and twelve auxiliaries received whit<
membership retention ribbons.
NATIONAL OFFICERS and
chairmen were elected from the
Florida area. Past national
president Malvina V. Freeman of
Hollywood was reelected as
national judge advocate. PNP
Rose Schorr of Hallandale and
past Department president
Lillian Schoen of Lauderhill were
elected to the advisory board,
while PNP Daisee V. Haberman
of Sarasota was elected to the
finance committee.
North Miami Beach residents
PNP Freda Alexander was
appointed Women of the Year
chairman and PNP Marcia
Kozlow was appointed as
organizer chairman.
, Belle Swartz, president of the
^Department of Florida, with
Department advisory board com
mittee members, will attend ar
advisory board meeting or
Sunday, Sept. 12, at 11 a.m. at
the Margate home of past
department president Zelda
Weinstein, chairman.
NEW MATERIAL from the
convention will be incorporated
to be presented to members
attending the Council of Ad-
ministration meeting on Sunday
morning, Oct. 24, at the Dutch
Inn Motel in Lake Buena Vista
near Orlando. PNP Billie Kern, of
Miami Beach, was appointed as
Aid to Israel chairman, while
PDP Irene Cooperman, also a
resident of Miami Beach, was
appointed as Veterans Service
Chairman.
Friday S5.000 Sweep
will continue but with
more liberal features during
Calder Race Course's fall
ting, which begins Saturday
- with the -
Hallandale Handicap featuring
ard.
In other changes announce
Elmer F Vickers, Jr., executive
vice president in charge of
operations > to '.'l-year-olds
will be admitted free at the west
grandstand entrance prior to 1
p.m. on Saturdays instead of
Thursdays, and a race will be
named each Thursday for senior
citizens.
Previously, entry cards for the
Sweepstakes were given free only
on Friday Beginning with the
fall meeting, entry cards will be
given free Monday through
Friday to patrons paying full
admission prior to 12:45 p.m.
In the past, when no entrant
"swept'' the first nine races, a
weekly $500 prize was awarded to
the fan who selected the most
consecutive winners, beginning
with the first race. In future
Sweepstakes, when a selector
fails to list the 10 winners on the
card, a $500 prize will be awarded
to the patron who picks the most
winners on the 10-race card, not
necessarily in order.
All entry cards must be placed
in official depositories on Fridays
official Sweepstakes Day
before 1 p.m.
New Chiropractic
Method Described
Chiropractor Don Knauer of
North Miami Beach is
specializing in a 25-year-old
method of treatment that is. he
says, completely new to Florida.
He notes that only 30 specialists
worldwide use the 'Nucca
method." which is able to hold
an adjustment for long periods of
time without needing repeated
treatments."
The Nucca method is based.
Knauer continues, "on the
research that showed that a mis-
aligned bone at the base of the
brain (is! involved in almost all
health problems. This blocks
out vital lifelines to all parts of
the body, causing disease A pre-
cise analysis." using x-ray.
"determines in which way the
misalignment should be
corrected."
Don Knauer says that the ad-
justment is "quick, painless and
done in the office" and says the
patient can usually go about
normal activities afterwards
Pewter Runs Again
AtFlagler
Qualifying for the $25,000
Hecht Marathon Championship
begins Saturday evening. Sept.
11, at Flagler Dog Track and
Pewter, winner of the world's
richest dog race earlier this vear
at Flagler. returns to compete.
The dogs which qualify
Saturday night will advance to
the first of two semi-final rounds.
Wednesday night. Sept. 13. anc
the following Saturday night.
The championship final will be
run on Saturday night. Sept. 25.
Senior citizens will continue to1
be granted free grandstand
admission at each 1 p.m. week-
day matinee, every day except
Friday until the week of Sept. 20.
when the afternoon action will be
held only on Tuesdays and
Saturdays.
Members of the Miami Chapter of Hadassah'i ed\
committee, which sponsored a Candidates Open Fonm
enlighten the community about Tuesday'* Primary,
iseatedl Satalie Lyons, education vice president, and k
Ackerman. American affairs chairman in charge ofthetviM
and 'standing) Glorida Friedman, president and YettaFu
The candidates addressed the audience at Temple hrwt I
sample ballots were distributed.
School Year Begins At
Temple Israel Sunday
The new Religious School year
at Temple Israel of Greater
Miami begins on Sunday. Sept.
12, with classes for parents only.
Regular classes begin on Sunday.
Sept. 19
It is significant that South
Florida's pioneer Reform Jewish
congregation is placing as much
emphasis on the importance of
continuing education for its adult
4.000-member congregation as it
does for the 800 children enrolled
classes from kindergarten
in
through 12th grade.
The highlights of the adult
program will continue to be the
Greenfield Adult Institute
lecture series, which has earned a
national reputation because of
the quality of lectures presented
by outstanding scholars of all
faiths. This year, however, also
will set- the introduction of two
more formal classes to the adult
program.
IN COOPERATION with the
Central Agency for Jewish
Education, school courses, in
The Holocaust and Beyond"
and The Jew in Literature." will
be open to adult members
Brenda and Bob Shapiro, whose
team teaching in other areas has
won student appreciation, will
teach the Holocaust material,
and I)r Lillian Hahamovitch.
professor of English literature at
Marry College, the lit course. I)r
Murray (iellen will continue his
Basic Judaism course.
The 1976-77 Greenfield series
has been described by Rabbi
Joseph R Nan as The Y
the Scholar Krom ln|
Canada and the I'nited 5*
from New York to Palo 41
"We are bringing totheGna
Miami Jewish communityi
best interpreters of Jnal
thought in America tad i.|
world." Dr Sarot annouM
Included amonj; them ana
who teach at Reform, Orthoai
and Conservative seminar**-
such as Robert Gordis, Suai
Sandmel and Ining Agui
Charles Liebn m of Barjal
University. Pn : Ruth Wi
McGill in.'. :> and M
Howard Sachar of Gw<|
Washington l*niven
Jewish auth
ever-popular Max Dimont.iM
the program
As usu.il -' *
three Sunda> mornings^
devoted to th.- i'e'-identiai |
paign. Dr. "i""r "*
Lipset. professor of polaw
science al Si ford l'niw*J
and author ol many books.
discuss "Thi catkw|
Coming Electi" n on Oct
"The Candidas the m
Redford film II beshoW^
discussed In Sea*
Gordon on Oci Miitoni*
former Wash "*!
Washington Star synd*
columnist and horofab*
of the Republi
the speaker o:
01
A midweek ;
classes is also
N'arot said, to
High Holyda>-
gram
of*
aed.
Many Area Residents Joini
New Gold Coast Synagogue
B'nai Raphael
Resumes Services
Congregation B'nai Raphael
has announced the resumption of
late Friday services beginning
this evening at 8:15.
Membership is open in the
synagogue, and registrations for
Hebrew and Sunday school
classes are being accepted.
The Gold Coast Synagogue,
recently organized at the
Konover Hotel, has been greeted
with considerable enthusiasm,
says Sam Rapoport. president of
the synagogue.
Manny Rossman. general
chairman of the membership
committee and a member of the
ritual committee, has reported
that during the first three
months of the membership drive
several hundred Miami and
Miami Beach residents have
joined.
Rapoport added that he is
"particularly gratified with the
wo"derful attendance at the
sabbath morning services."
which proves "the tremendous
house of worshf I
M
need for a
this area.
The Konover Hotel
tended to the corgreg*""
hospitality and assistance wj
Sabbath services, and M
High Holy Days the now"
viding its'modern t heaterra a
Rabbi Aaron Shapiro. &
spiritual leader o! ^^M
Emanu-El in lakeland wiw^
graduated from ami **>
Universal '
ordn
uaaa
at Yeshiva
ficiate at the sen M OS
Cantor Fred Bernstein. I
The Gold Coast Synag**!
planned a Break the /
kosher buffet dinner and
the hotel.


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;0A Honors Lehrman
ith Jerusalem Award
- Irving I>ehrman, rabbi of
aple Kmanu-El and national
president of the Zionist Or-
*
)R IRVING LEHRMAN
nt ion of America, will
ive the ZOA"s Jerusalem
fini on Sunday evening, Sept.
during the closing banquet of
orn;inization*s 79th annual
Dn;il convention in the Grand
toom of the Waldorf Astoria
i New York City.
1,,'hrman. who will be
Bred for outstanding con-
Itions to the Zionist Or-
ganization of America in pacing
the membership campaign
initiated after last November's
anti-Zionist resolution in the
United Nations, will share the
platform Sunday with former UN
Ambassador Daniel P.
Moynihan.
Ambassador Moynihan, who
spoke at Temple Emanu-El
during last spring's Presidential
Bicentennial Series, will be guest
of honor at the dinner.
DR. LEHRMAN, past
national president of the Syna-
gogue Council of America, twice
served as chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal's Rabbinical
Cabinet and is chairman of the
board of governors of the State of
Israel Bonds Organization.
His other Zionist activities
include leadership for Bar-Han
and Hebrew Universities.
Dr. Lehrman, who will meet
with Ambassador Moynihan and
other Christian leaders aiding the
Zionist cause while he is in New
York, participated earlier this
week in meetings of the ZOA
executive committee, helping to
plan an expansion of the
organization's current activities
in Dade, Broward and Palm
Beach Counties.
Ugh Holy Days Program at Crown
Features CantorLeibRaskin
% Crown Hotel will open for
ixth year of strictly kosher
at ion on Sept. 24, with a
lial High Holy Days program
finn through Oct. 5. The
vn, which has strict dietary
| supervision provided by the
pn of Orthodox Jewish Con-
ations of America, will
pn for the winter season Nov.
according to Michael
towitz, operator and co-
pe l">story 251-room hotel
res ;i completely refurbished
jgogue and Cantor Leib
It in will officiate at the Rosh
lanah and Yom Kippur
res. Cantor Raskin, who is
Imr to Miami Beach from
expressly for the High
Days, was for many years
|cantor at the Mount Eden
er in The Bronx. N.Y., and
I \ served in Montreal.
Lefkowitz, who represents the
third generation of the Berkowitz
and Waldman families who have
operated deluxe kosher hotels in
Florida and New York, is married
to the former Robin Berkowitz,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Berkowitz.
A graduate of the Yeshiva
Center and Yeshiva High School
of Queens and City College of
New York, he is an active
member of the Greater Miami
Jewish community, serving on
the boards of the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy. Louis Mer-
witzer Mesivta High School,
Florida Committee for Bar-1 Ian
University and the American Red
Magen David for Israel. A
member of Congregation B'nai
Zion. he shares his Zionist ac-
tivities with Mrs. Lefkowitz. who
is active in ORT and American
Mizrachi Women.
Tor ah AcademyReopening With
Double Last Year's Enrollment
lowing a successful
rural year, the Torah
Mny of South Florida
pn.s this week with a 100-
it increase in enrollment,
^ding to Martin Hoffman,
dent of the North Miami
Hebrew day school.
Dng with the expansion of
Btudent body and the ad-
of a third grade, several
nt ions and additions have
made to the professional
Mrs. Shulamith Gittleson
|been named head teacher,
Phyllis Bastacky and Mrs.
Brah Blumehfeld have been
inted to the religious
education staff and Mrs. Davida
Wyman to the secular depart-
ment.
Expansion of the Hebrew day
school Montessori program
includes also the addition of
another fully equipped Mon-
tessori nursery-kindergarten
room.
Torah Academy plans to
expand its classes yearly until a
full complement of elementary
school grades is achieved. It is
the only school in the North
Dade-South Broward area af-
filiated with Torah Umesorah,
the National Society for Hebrew
Day Schools.
\Days of Awe' Opens This Year's
%lmudic College Lecture Series
Talmudic College of
has announced the first of
iual lecture series. The
HaYeshiva, HaRav
"an Zweig. will explore
ninant themes of the
|n experience through
pal Jewish works. The first
series, "Days of Awe,"
Iwith currents of thought
K in the High Holy Days
The first lecture, "Rosh
Hashana: Justifications for
Existence," will be given on
Monday. Sept. 13th. The second,
"Tshuva: Perimeters of
Change," is scheduled for Sept.
20, while the third. "Yom Kip-
pur: Deprivation as Fulfillment."
will be given on Sept. 27. Each
lecture will be presented at the
Mesivta of Greater Miami at 8:00
p.m. and they are free and open
to the public.
Hillel Day School Opens
With Record Enrollment
Dr. Greenberg
Heart Association
Elects President
Jack J. Greenberg, M.D.,
director of Surgical Services and
chairman of the Department of
Cardiovascular Surgery at
Mount Sinai Medical Center, has
been elected president of the
Florida Heart Association.
A professor of surgery at the
University of Miami School of
Medicine, Dr. Greenberg has
been on the Medical Staff of
Mount Sinai Medical Center
since 1965. He is certified by the
American Board of Surgery and
the Board of Thoracic Surgery
and is on the board of directors of
the Greater Miami Heart
Association.
A graduate of Harvard
Medical School. Dr. Greenberg is
the author of several research and
clinical papers on cardiac and
thoracic surgery. He has been a
Miami Beach resident since
childhood.
The Hillel Community Day
School opened the doors of its
new multicomplex facility at
19000 NE 25th Ave. on Sept. 1,
welcoming over 300 students.
With additional applications
being received daily, Hillel ex-
pects the student body to reach
350 by the end of September.
In the culmination of a six-year
dream, Hillel Day School began
its seventh year in its own home
adjacent to the new Jewish Com-
munity Center. Only one of the
four buildings is completed, but
in another two months the
finishing touches will be added to
the cafetorium, a combined
cafeteria and auditorium seating
400 students for lunch and 800
people auditorium-style. Hot
kosher meals will be prepared
daily in the separate meat and
dairy kitchens.
The third building will house
the administrative offices, gift
shop, teachers' lounge, clinic and
additional classrooms. The fourth
building will hold science labs,
art and music rooms and a
physical education office. The
third and fourth buildings are
projected to be completed for the
opening of school in September,
1977. Land has been earmarked
for a fifth building, the future site
of the junior and senior high
departments.
HILLEL STARTED seven
years ago with 70 students in the
old Beth Shalom Synagogue in
Hollywood. After two years it
moved to a renovated North
Miami Beach motel, where
classes were held for the next four
years.
The new Hillel building has. in
addition to the classrooms, a
library, two learning centers and
a complete pre-school
playground.
An Early Childhood Education
Program beginning with the 2'/2-
year-olds is available, along with
elementary school (kindergarten
through sixth grade) and a junior
high program (to grade 9) with
departmentalized classes. The
latest and most modern lab
equipment for the science
program will be used along with a
new curriculum.
A reinforcement of the pen-
manship curriculum is under
way, as is the continuation of the
successful Lippincott Reading
Program, geared to the above-
average student, according to
Rabbi Albert Mayerfeld, prin-
cipal.
A fleet of 11 buses brings
students to school from Margate,
Tamarac, Fort Lauderdale,
Hollywood and Miami Lakes as
well as the North Miami Beach
area.
Executive director Marshall
Baltuch said there is still limited
space available in some classes.
All interested parents should call
the school.
Victims Need Blood
Blood for children stricken
with cancer is urgently needed by
the American Cancer Society,
according to Dr. George
Kleinfeld. spokesman for the
Dade County Unit. The blood
unit will be set up in the
auditorium of Variety Children's
Hospital on Saturday, Sept. 11.
Donors may be between the ages
of 17 and 65, and must be in good
health.
All those donating will receive
a gift certificate courtesy of
McDonald's, Bird and Sunset
stores.
The While House
becomes a Kosher
retirement resort
A NEW BEGINNING. For your life. And for the modernized famous
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low price for folks on a retirement budget:
3 Kosher meals daily
Synagogue
Beautiful air conditioned rooms
300 foot beach and pool
Card and hobby rooms
Social Director, movies, games
crafts, dances, parties
Resident Mashgiach
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The
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Daily maid service
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Friday. Si^u-mber]
For the first time in my adult
life, I experienced what can only
be described in the expression
"Sabbath peace."
I have known days of Sabbath
and holy day rest and the quasi-
separation from the everyday
world. But the experiences have
never represented a total divorce
from the press of mundane
responsibilities.
MY SABBATHS are,
however, purposefully devoid ot
plans. Saturday is the one day I
do not schedule. It is a day
generally geared to staving at
home for the entire family. It is
our day to step off the merry-go-
round as a family unit. That
Saturday description does not
read in a particularly religious
vein but it does describe a way to
vacation from the Monday
through Friday and even Sunday
world.
But this Saturday was dif-
ferent. This Saturday was
special. This Saturday was trans-
formed into Sabbath because I
participated in the Temple Israel
Faculty Institute led by Rabbi
Manuel Gold.
RABBI GOLD, of New York
City's HUC-JIR and Board of
Jewish Education, was invited to
Miami because he is a "teacher of
teachers." The Institute, an
annual orientation for the Temple
Israel religious school staff was
scheduled like a youth shab-
baton.
The entire Sabbath, except for
sleeping, was to be spent at the
downtown synagogue site. The
faculty shared the Sabbath meal
with its attendant rituals, sang
zemirot and then settled down for
the first of three seminars to be
conducted by Rabbi Gold.
That is when the relaxed at-
mosphere began to develop.
There was nowhere we had to go
nothing we had to do.
RABBI GOLD, an amazing
amalgamation of erudition,
enthusiasm, humor and common
sense, demonstrated a technique
for critical reading of the Bible.
His approach invited teachers to
treat the Book as an open book,
or to use the "text as a pretext."
The marvelously natural way in
which Rabbi Gold did "a job on
Moses" and helped the staff
discover that the first Chan-
nukah was really a belated
Sukkot celebration in Kislev
(Christmas in July, so to speak)
demonstrated the man's
exhaustive Biblical background.
The Sabbath study sessions
were augmented by an informal
and thoroughly enjoyable
morning service led by Rabbis
Joseph Narot and Brett Gold-
stein and Cantor Jacob Born-
stein.
IT WAS Tevye's dream come
true, that is. "to sit in the syna-
gogue and pray" and "to discuss
the holy books with the learned
men."
After the last study period late
Saturday, the staff left the syna-
gogue and went disparate ways.
Upon my arrival home, I was
surprised at not being tired. In
fact, I felt inordinately relaxed
and refreshed. The spell of tran-
quility was suddenly broken,
however, as that messenger of
the modern world the
telephone rang and jarred me
out of my deliciously relaxed
state.
IT WAS then that I realized
why I was not tired from a night
and day of prayer and study. The
educational shabbaton was what
the Sabbath was supposed to be
a total physical rest and
detachment from worldly factors
with a simultaneous spiritual and
mental rejuvenation.
A young man I know once
explained why he became more
observant than his parents. He
needed, among other things, that
enforced peaceful Sabbath in
order to withstand the pressures
of law school and helping with
the family business.
I admired the sense of calm he
evidently experienced on a
weekly basis.
SANDY ANDRON. director of
youth programming for the
Central Agency for Jewish
Education, explained that the
Federation sponsored shab-
batons at an Ocala campsite
excite youngsters to study a
specific shabbaton theme. "As a
by-product, they 9ee Shabbat
celebrated properly." he said.
Being away from the norm of
their regular routine, young
people have the opportunity to
participate in an educationally
oriented, productive and vibrant
weekend."
The kids come home turned on
to Shabbat and infused with the
joy of learning.
I AM now convinced that
adults can also reap benefits,
both educationally and
spiritually, from a shabbaton
experience.
I must agree with Tevye in his
estimation that praying and
studying Torah can, indeed, be
the "sweetest thing of all." It can
create an intoxicating sense of
"Sabbath peace."
'Brown-Bag' Luncheon Opening
Beth Sholom Sisterhood Season
__ wp nl:im:tn/..,l w.
Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom will open its 1976-77
season with a "brown-bag"
luncheon in the temple's
auditorium and Sisterhood
lounge on Wednesday, Sept. 15,
at 11:30 a.m.. according to an
announcement by Judy Wein-
stein. chairperson of the event.
"The idea of a brown-bag
luncheon came from of all
places the White House. Mrs.
Ford, and we were so intrigued.
we plagiarized.' Mrs \\^
said. She wrote,he :nvii?B
brown paper-hag s,:,oneoa"
Dr. Leon Krnlsh,'Ba,
Sholom s spiritual lra(jer w
install Linda (Mrs Jon| SerL
the new Sisterhood presi^*
succeeding Mrs. Irving Milk*
Members on (he |unc|lMi
committee, serving with \u
Weinstein. are Ionise l,'v
Marilyn Baumal and [
Lipsky.
Round Town
Cadet Marta M. Luske, daughter of Mrs. Juana M. Luske of
Miami Beach, recently completed a U.S. Air Force Reserve Officers
Training Corps field-training encampment at Rickenbacker AFB in
Ohio. Cadet Luske, whose father is Juan Luske, Sr., of Hialeah, is a
student at FIU.
Voters Incorporated plans another candidate night, Tuesday,
Sept. 14, at 8 p.m. in the Washington Federal auditorium, 1234
Washington Ave. Harry Levy, the organization's president, will
moderate. Guest speakers will be the candidates who "survived" the
Sept. 7 primary.
Miami Beach Mayor Harold Rosen will speak at the monthly
meeting of the Florida Senior Citizens League of Voters, Tuesday,
Sept. 14, in the civic auditorium of Financial Federal Savings at 755
Washington Ave.
The 7:30 p.m. meeting is free and open to the public, according to
Goldine (Mrs. Henry) Gilman, who founded the league in 1960
together with her late husband.
The Democratic Women's Club of Florida is holding its 20th annual
convention at the Fontainebleau Hotel through Saturday. Dorie Lurie,
president of the Adlai Stevenson Democratic Women's Club of Miami
Beach, is chairperson; Mollie Brilliant, first vice president of the state
organization, program chairperson; Jody Kimmel, Dade County
Region VI11 chairperson, and Nanette Kanoff, Browaru County
Region VII chairperson, are cochairmen of the hostess committee.
The convention theme is "Women. .the Key to Victory" in
November. Attorney General Robert Shevin, Ladybird Johnson's
former press secretary Liz Carpenter, and Louisiana Congress woman
Lindy Boggs will give addresses.
LINDA SERBIN
Beth Solomon
Sisterhood Meeting
Temple Beth Solomon Sister-
hood will hold its regularly
scheduled meeting on Wed
nesday, Sept. 15. at 12:30 p.m.
President Edythe Jiser has
announced that Mrs. Rose I -it t.
program chairman, will discuss
the'LifeofGoldaMeir."
All members and prospective
members are invited to attend.
Meeting in the Beth Sholom library to fine
season's first luncheon of Sisterhood of Tempi
are members of the arrangements commit t,.
Serbin, Marilyn Baumal. Shirley Lerner, chai
Weinstein, Denis I.a ran and Dava Lipsky.
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Alva Badanes Weds Marshall Sigel
[n Aug. 22 Ceremony at Beth David
I m:
Iva Irene Badanes was
led to Marshall Elliot Sigel
eth David Congregation on
22. The bride's parents are
inn Miamians Mr. and Mrs.
u,l Badanes. and her
and's are Mr. and Mrs. Paul
|ol West Hartford, Conn.
,P bride's attendants were
hara Michael (Mrs.I Apter
Merle (Mrs. Michael) Orlove,
rs of i he groom. Her matrons
,; were her sisters. Sharon
huhard) Feingold and
tie iMrs. Stanley) Zakarin.
,.r- were Michael Apter.
had Orlove, Dr. Richard
Id and Dr. Stanley
arin The best man was
in Sigel. The junior usher
Alan Feingold and
ir bridesmaid* were Devra
gold ;md Kim Zakarin.
were Andrea Apter
\ Zakarin.
I- Sigel attended Miami
ti ;,ii was graudated from
iral Gables High and the
I of Missouri. She is a
Icher in the Dade County
iooI system. The groom
i jiradunte of the University of
nia'a Wharton School
'inane, where he was presi-
ni Hi Ins graduating class in
IK' is a financial consultant.
lany out-of-town guests
i he wedding. From
tford came Mr. and Mrs.
rid Bloom. Mr. and Mrs.
rrv Kleinberg, Mr. and Mrs.
ymond Kronick. Mr. and Mrs.
rnatein, and Mr. and
Abraham Haller. From
came Mrs. Leah
I sadore Shier, Sidney
ei Miss Sybil Shier, Lt. Col.
\lr- Si^mund Shier and
Mrs. Marshall E. Sigel
Steven Dickler.
Other Connecticut guests
included Mr. and Mrs. Alan
Beresner, Newton Brenner.
Raymond Devlin, Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Frankenberger and Mr. and
Mrs. Stuart Weitzman. The New
York State guests were Alan
Adler. Mrs. Marvin Cowan, Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Friedman.
Sidney Glazier, Mr. and Mrs
Jack Isenberg and Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Schenkler.
From California came Mrs.
Ron Taylor, Linda Solomon and
Susan Zipp. Guests from other
sections of the country included
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ansin,
Herbert Goldman, Mr. and Mrs.
James Michelson. Mrs. Alan
Rose. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Shapiro. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Sheftel, Charles Tapper and Mr.
and Mrs. Steve Wolfson.
Telecare Offers
Daily Reassurance
The Jewish Community Cen-
ters of South Florida South
Beach Activities Center, the
National Council of Jewish
Women, the Organization for
Rehabilitation Through Training
(ORT) and the American Jewish
Congress are cooperating in a
joint service for the community.
Telecare is a telephone re-
assurance program for the lonely
elderly in Dade County who are
called daily for personal contact.
The program has been in
existence for several years, and
the volunteers and the clients
have received mutual satisfaction
from their telephone relation-
ships.
The clients look forward to
receiving their daily call from the
volunteer, who, aside from
friendly chatting, helps in all
kinds of situations.
For emergency medical care,
legal counseling or other services
the volunteer cannot provide, the
client is referred to the proper
agency.
For information on daily
reassurance calls, phone the
South Beach Activities Center.
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participation in the programs of
the Albert Einstein College of
Medicine will be discussed at a.
meeting of the medical college's
Florida Region alumni at 8 p.m.,
K -H it
Sunday. Sept. 12, at the North
Miami Beach home of Dr.
Norman Bloom. Representatives
of the college and the Alumni As-
sociation will address the group.
The directors, officers, staff and parents of TORAS
EMES SCHOOL of MIAMI wish to acknowledge their
indebtedness and gratitude to the BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION OF MIAMI BEACH. 311 Washington
Jj; Ave., Miami Beach, Florida.
Your hospitality and warmth in opening of your doors to'
our new school is indeed heart warming and the children of
the school will be forever grateful.
In particular, our thanks go out to Rabbi S. Swirsky,
Spiritual Leader of Beth Jacob; Daniel Roth, President;
Rabbi A.J. Safra. Vice-President; Morris Krevat, Vice-
President; Samuel Kirschenbaum, Vice-President; Sol
Krevat, Treasurer; Hf-vey Tendler. Secretary and Board
Members Morris Bayroff, Leonard Zilbert, Max
Goldhagen, Max Haber, Abraham Kalen. Mrs. S.T.
Swirsky, Mrs. William J. Silver, Mrs. Harvey Tendler and
Louis Wasserman. Also, Ruth Gudis, Secretary.
May the Almighty grant you and your families a kesiva
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Temple Emanu-ElPlayers 'Season
Opens with Neil Simon Comedy
Presentation of Neil Simon's
'Last of the Red Hot Lovers" in
the Friediand Ballroom of
Temple Emanu-El on Wednesday
and Thursday nights. Sept. 15
and 16, marks the start of the
18th (Chai) season of the Temple
Emanu-El Players.
The theatrical unit was formed
in 1959. with Leonard Glickman
as founding president. Rose
(Mrs. Alexander) Kogan is the
president for the 1976-77 season,
with Mrs. Trixie Levin serving as
dramatic director.
THIS YEAR'S initial
presentation features Charles
Rosenblatt, Marilyn (Mrs.
Murray) Meyerson, Martha
(Mrs. Lester) Mishcon, Mrs.
Gerri Cohen and Mrs. Kogan.
Past president of the Temple
Emanu-El Men's Club.
Rosenblatt is a director of the
Intercontinental Bank of Miami
Beach.
During their first 17 years, the
Temple Emanu-El Players have
put on special presentations for
other congregations, Hadassah,
the Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary
and other organizations.
JFCS Places
Around Town
Offer Counseling
Place North. Place South.
Place East, the storefront
professional counseling centers
for adolescents sponsored by
Jewish Family and Children's
Service, have announced the
expansion of counseling services
this fall. They are known to local
teenagers as the "place to go" to
receive free, confidential, non-
establishment counseling on a
voluntary basis.
Short-term counseling
treatment will be available, a
specialized technique applicable
to resolving specific problems in
a limited-time situation.
A number of special-interest
workshops are planned, each
specifically concerned with an
event that causes disruption in
the family separation, divorce,
remarriage or death. An
Assertiveness-Training Work-
shop geared to meet the social
and emotional needs of teenagers
is also planned.
The Places are also considering
multifamily group counseling as
a therapy option. They will
continue to offer counseling to
individuals and groups con-
stituted around other common
concerns. The staff is enlarging
its community outreach program
to reach an even greater number
of adolescents. The counselors
plan to visit with many youth
groups and schools during the
year to provide counseling in-
formation, education and con-
sultation services.
At Place North, Place South
and Place East the casual non-
threatening and accepting mood
allows youngsters to work out
problems, from everyday dis-
comforts to major crises. After
they have learned to deal with
today, they are helped to prepare
for and cope with tomorrow.
For more information, or to
refer someone who needs a Place,
contact the Place nearest you.
Place South, 7220 Bird Road,
Miami, 264-8071; Place North,
386 NE 167th St., North Miami
Beach, 944-1903; and Place East,
939 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami
Beach, 532-2132.
Services Resume At
Adath Yeshurun
Temple Adath Yeshurun will
resume its late Friday services
this evening. Rabbi Simcha
Freedman and Cantor Ian Alpern
will conduct the services at 8:15
p.m. in the main sanctuary.
ROSE KOGAN
Mrs. Levin, director and
producer of "Last of the Red Hot
Lovers," has guided the Players
since their inception, with the
assistance of Dr. Irving Lehr-
man, rabbi of Temple Emanu-El
for 33 years.
Adath Yeshurun
Sisterhood to Meet
The Sisterhood of Temple
Adath Yeshurun will hold us
season's first general meeting
and membership tea on Wed-
nesday. Sept. 15. at 8 p.m.
Women's League for Con-
servative Judaism area vice
president Irene Sholk will deliver
a message from Branch.
Sisterhood members Bernice
Abrahams. Harriet Marks and
Miriam Zdanoff will present a
short skit. "I Am Woman.
Women's League
Plans Board Meeting
The Florida Branch of
Women's League for Con-
servative Judaism plans a branch
board meeting on Thursday.
Sept. 16. at 9:30 a.m. at Temple
Sholom in Pompano Beach.
Braille will be discussed by
Barbara Nabutovsky. All board
members are urged to attend and
brunch will be served.
The Florida Branch includes 34
Sisterhoods in Florida and
Puerto Rico, with a membership
of more than 6.500 synagogue
women.
Bear-Goldberg Nuptials in NovetnM
Philadelphia will be the scene
of the Nov. 25 wedding of Ata
Marcia Bear, daughter of Mrs. H.
Harry Bear, and Gary G.
Goldberg, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charlton Goldberg.
Miss Bear, who received a
Bachelor's in education from
Florida International University
in 1975. is a graduate of Miami
Beach High School and of Dade
Junior College, from which she
received an Associate degree in
education. She is a savings
counselor at American Savings &
Loan Association.
Her fiance, a graduate of
William Tennent High School in
Philadelphia and a student at
University of Miami, is an
electronics technician at Allied
Leisure Corp.
ATA MARCIA BEAR
Second Holy Days Lecture Focuses on Pra
yerl
The second of three talks by
area rabbis on "Repentance.
Praver and Righteousness" is set
for'Mondav. Sept. 13. at B'nai
Raphael Congregation. Rabbi
Max l.ipschit/ of Beth Torah
Congregation will discuss
'Prayer al s; 15 p.m.
The final talk, by
Simcha Freedman of T
Adath Yeshurun. wil
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(Happenings
I rs of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah discuss plans
jr the annual Hadassah Bond-with-Israel luncheon set for Oct.
From left are Mrs. Jack Katzman and Mrs. I. D. Shapiro,
incheon cochairmen, and Mrs. Herman Feinberg, president of
he chapter.
Beach Hadassah Plans
\ond-with-Israe I Luncheon
Plans for the annual Miami
tarn Hadassah Bond-with-
frael luncheon were discussed at
[meet inn of presidents and Bond
airmen of 30 Hadassah groups
^resenting more than 10,000
i. Beach Chapter members.
ie luncheon date was set for
lureday, Oct. 28. at the Fon-
linebleau Hotel.
Miii on M. Parson, executive
rector of the South Florida
ru! Hond Organization, lauded
ie support which Hadassah
nsistently gives to Israel Bond
mpaigns, pointing out that the
iami Beach Hadassah luncheon
annually kicks off the Fall cam-
paign in Greater Miami and sets
a high standard of participation.
Responding to Parsons call for
a greaterthan-ever effort, the
representatives of the chapter
resolved that this year's drive
will surpass last year's record-
breaking $400.000-plus in Israel
Bond sales.
The Hadassah presidents and
Bond chairmen established a
schedule of events for the coming
weeks which wiU include a series
of coffees and a Sponsor Pre-Vue
luncheon leading up to the
organizationwide luncheon.
I Filmed Hebrew Academy
tory Premiers at Installation
new film of the Hebrew
1 nj story will be premiered
hi installation of officers
W' sept. 12. at the Fried-
>'! Hill Room of Temple
hail I at 6:30 p.m.
film depicts the
s growth, from its
linding in September. 1948.
il features the school's general
Idles and religious depart-
tmm nursery through the
th .ides
* highlight of the film is the
rtrayal of the significant roles
ontrihutions of former
;' 'tea In their respective
"inties. Among these
ni, many of whom are active
pants in Jewish life and in
Academy's affairs, are
s, physicians, engineers.
y rs, businessmen and other
>nals.
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the film his many visits to the
Academy and the role of day
school education for Jewish
survival.
Norman Ciment. the newly
elected president, succeeds
Irving Firtel. the immediate past
president who was elected
president emeritus. Firtel was
president of the Academy for four
terms.
Ciment, a former Miami Beach
City Councilman, a member of
the city's Tourist Development
Authority and a former judge of
the Florida Industrial Claims
Court, is active in Beth Israel
Congregation and is senior
partner in a Miami Beach law
firm.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross,
principal of the school, will install
Ciment and more than 80 other
officers who comprise the boards
of directors and trustees.
Joseph Finkelstein, chairman
of the evening, has announced
that the Academy's 50-voice
choir, under the direction of Mrs.
Helene Benyunes, will perform at
the ceremonies.
Five members of the Lorber
Chapter of the National Asthma
Center will give a report on high-
lights of their trip at a Sept. 14
meeting at Durty Nelly's Restau-
rant at 10 a.m. Luncheon will be
Berved, according to Mrs.
I.eonurd Rappaport. publicity
chairman,
The Regency Singles Club of
Miami Beach plans an evening of
dancing at the Casablanca on
Sunday. Sept. 12. at 8 p.m.
Refreshments will be served.
There will be a get-together on
Saturday, Sept. 18. at 9 p.m. at
the Silver Screen Room off the
Carillon's main lobby. Dutch
treat: show, dancing and drink.
The first meeting of the season
is set for Monday, Sept. 20, at 8
p.m. at Washington Federal
Savings on Normandy Isle.
The Surfside Garden Club will
meet at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Sept.
14, at Surfside Town Hall. Mrs.
Eloise Sniffen will discuss trans-
planting, grafting, air-layering
and repotting. The public is
invited and admission is free.
The Democratic Club of Miami
Beach will hold an open-to-the-
public meeting on Thursday.
Sept. 16, at 7:30 p.m. at the Ritz
Plaza Hotel. Club president Col.
Wally Gluck will moderate and
Primary winners (except judicial
candidates) have been invited to
attend.
Primary Results
Some Victories,
Many Runoffs
Continued from Page IB
Schreiber, a two-year term in
District 1; Neal Adams and John
Boles, a two-year term in District
3; Sandy Rubenstein, incumbent,
and Ruth Shack, a two-year term
in District 4; incumbent Beverly
Phillips and Jimmy E. Baggett, a
four-year term in District 7;
Clara Oesterle. incumbent, and
Don Palladeno, a four-year term
in District 8. Incumbent Harry
Cain lost to William Oliver in the
two-year District 2 race.
B'NAI B'RITH TZEDAKAH LODGE
ROSES FOR ROSH HASHANAH!
$5.95 PER DOZEN delivered in
DADE OR BROWARD
ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 23,1976
Send your check or money order today to P.O. Box 430262, Miami,
F!onda 33143, with your message and the name, address, zip code
and telephone number of yourself and each recipient, and any
:ial delivery instructions.
Elected to the Board of Public
Instruction (School Board) for a
four-year term were Ethel
Beckham. Phyllis Miller and
member-at-large Ben J. Shep-
pard. Linton Tyler and Donna
Hart meet in the Sept. 28 runoff.
In the State Senate race,
Democrat Robert Graham was
elected, while Vernon Holloway
and Mike Simonhoff face a runoff
in District 39.
IN THE RACE for the State
House of Representatives,
Democrat Elaine Bloom was re-
elected. Facing runoffs are W. H.
Lockward and Octavio Descalzo
in District 104. Joe Gersten and
Rud McDougal in District 109.
Marvin Dunn and Tom Gallagher
in District 111. Barry S. Richard
and Eugenio Azpizo in District
112. Robert C. Hector and Angel
E. Trujillo in District 114. J. L.
Kershaw and George Brackett in
District 105. Walter Sackett and
Roberta Fox in District 110.
Nancy Harrington and William
Sadowski in District 113, James
F. Eckhart and Herb Friesner in
District 115. Nikki Beare and
Don P. Bates in District 118. Bill
Flynn and Hugo Black III in
District 119.
By a margin of over 33,000
votes, Dade Countians said
"Yes" to a Bill of Rights amend-
ment a "Citizens' Bill of
Rights" package of Metro
charter amendments that
include tough new financial dis-
closure requirements for county
and municipal offices. Reelected
Metro Mayor Steve Clark was
among the amendment's prime
sponsors.
North Miami Beach Mayor Walter Pesetsky has proclaimed
September "B'nai B'rith Women Month" honoring the
organization's 79th birthday and its service to the community.
With the Mayor at the signing of the proclamation are (from
left) Mrs. Sylvia Ebner, communications vice president; Mrs.
Dorothy Lefcourt, program vice president; and Mrs. Joseph
Morgan, president. Heritage Council.
Temple Sinai Synagogue School
Begins Season Sunday Morning
Parents will accompany their
kindergarten to sixth-grade
children to the first day of Syna-
gogue School at Temple Sinai of
North Dade on Sunday morning,
Sept. 12, in the Irvin and Fannie
Rosenblum Synagogue School
Building. Junior and Senior high
schoolers, in grades 7 to 12,
attend Monday evening elective
program classes.
All students begin studying
Hebrew in grade 4 and continue
at least through grade 7. The
Hebrew classes, which begin on
Sept. 14, meet on Tuesdays and
Thursdays from 3:30 to5:45 p.m.
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley is
overall director of the school.
Stephanie King, education
director, supervises a staff of
more than 20 teachers who teach
nearly 500 students. The school
works closely with the Central
Agency for Jewish Education.
'Modern Jewish Thought'
To Be Taught at the CAJE
"Modern Jewish Thought
Tradition and Renewal in the
Light of the American Jewish
Experience" is a course con-
ducted by Mrs. Edith Jacobson
as part of the Institute for Jewish
Studies of the Central Agency for
Jewish Education of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation each
Wednesday from 10 a.m. to noon
at the CAJE.
The 12-week course, which
deals with the thought of 20th-
century Jewish philosophers
including Franz Rosenzweig,
Martin Buber, A. D. Gordon,
Rabbi Abraham I. Kuk. Mor-
decai Kaplan. Milton Steinberg.
Abraham Joshua Heschel and
Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik. will
trace the emancipation of the Jew
during the past two centuries and
the ideological responses
promulgated by these
philosophers. Participants will be
assigned selected readings that
capsulize the differing ideological
positions.
MRS. JACOBSON. a graduate
of the University of Miami, has
participated in local and national
special seminars and workshops
in Bible and Hebrew language
study. She is author of a pam-
phlet on the Book of Genesis and
is completing a monograph on
modern Jewish thought.
She has served as education
chairman of the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah, for which
she has conducted educational
seminars that have attracted
hundreds of participants and
have featured some of the leading
Jewish thinkers in American life.
In the summer of 1974 she led a
study tour of Miami residents to
Israel.
For registration information,
contact the CAJE.
Rabbi Eisenstat
Family Worship
At Temple Sinai
The first Family Worship Sab
bath eve service of the New Year
will be held at Temple Sinai of
North Dade this evening at 8:15.
The service will honor young
people who recently returned
from four or more weeks at Camp
Coleman in Cleveland, Ga.. the
camp of the Southeast Region of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations.
Evan M. Kingsley and Steven
J. Matz with their guitars will
lead singing, together with Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley and Cantor
Irving Shulkes. Children with
September birthdays will be
called to the Bemah for a special
birthday blessing.
Temple Judea
Resumes Services
Sabbath eve services at
Temple Judea this evening at
8:15 are the first regular services
of the season. Rabbi Michael B.
Eisenstat will officiate and
Cantor Rita Shore will chant the
liturgical music. The temple's
professional choir, under the
direction of Nick Shipskie, are
returning after their summer
vacation.
Rabbi Eisenstat will con-
secrate the 46 new families who
lave joined the temple recently.
The Temple Sisterhood and
Brotherhood will be hosts to the
new members during the social
hour following the worship
service.


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Friday. S,.,,-,nher m
f Bar Mitzvah]
PERELIS
ALLAN PERELIS
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Perelis'
son, Allan, will be called to the
Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning at Temple
Menorah.
Allan is an eighth-grade
student at the Hebrew Academy.
A kiddush will follow services,
and special guests include Allan's
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Pinchos Perelis of Israel, and his
uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs.
Manuel Perelis. and their family
of Panama.
MARC KAUFMAN
Marc, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Kaufman, will observe
his Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah
Congregation on Saturday
morning at 8:30.
A student in the pre-Con-
firmation class at the Harold
Wolk Religious School. Marc is
an eighth-grader at John F.
Kennedy Junior High whose
hobbies are tennis and swim-
ming.
A reception will be given in his
honor at the Konover Hotel.
WILLIAM IFRAH
Mr and Mrs. Sam Ifrah's son.
William, will become a Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning at
8:30 at Beth Torah
Congregation.
In the fifth-year class at the
Harold Wolk Religious School.
William is an eighth-grade
student at John Kennedy-
Junior High, where he is on the
Honor Roll. His hobbies are
photography, basketball and
baseball. He was president of the
Student Council at Beth Torah
during 1976.
GEOFFREY KALISH
Geoffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald Kalish. will be called to
the Torah on his Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday at 11:15 a.m. at Temple
Judea.
Brandeis District
Plans First Meeting
The first meeting of the 1976-
77 season of the Brandeis
District, Zionist Organization of
America, is scheduled for
Wednesday, Sept. 15. at 8 p.m. in
the Washington Federal
auditorium. 1133 Normandy Dr.
Louis Hoberman, president, will
lead a panel discussion of the
latest Mideast news.
An Israeli film of modern life in
Israel will be shown by Samuel
Strykoff. chairman of the en-
tertainment committee. Thelma
Sheckter. Estelle Hoberman.
Gert Rosenblum and Fannie Rest
are hostesses for the evening.
Square Dance Opens
Beth Moshe Season
Temple Beth Moshe's fall
season begins Sept. 11 at 8:30
p.m. in the temple's new ballroom
with a square dance and beer-
and-pretzel party, featuring the
Jack Lewis Square Dancing
Group.
The first show in the series for
the year is scheduled for Wed-
nesday, Oct. 27, at 9 p.m. in the
ballroom and features Professor
Irwin Corey, Prince Hara the
"Thief of Bagdad," and the
Harmony/ and Grits duo.
Producer-director is Sam Diemar.
SANFORD M. MOSS
On Saturday morning at 8:45
in the main sanctuary of Temple
Ner Tamid, Sanford Mitchel, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Moss, will
be Bar Mitzvah.
Sanford is a student at John F.
Kennedy Junior High School and
Ner Tamid Religious School. His
hobbies are tennis, magic and
fishing.
A kiddush will follow the
services, and a reception in
Sanford s honor will be held at
the Aventura Country Club.
Out-of-town guests include
Ruth English and Freda Gard-
ner, Sanford s aunts from Phila-
delphia: his aunts and uncles.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Greenfield
of New Jersey and Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Moss of Philadelphia: and
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lulow. his
cousins, of California.
CELESTE WALDMAN
Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Waldman's daughter. Celeste,
will be called to the Torah as a
Bat Mitzvah on Saturday
morning at 10:30 at Temple Sinai
of North Dade.
Music & Arts League
Announces Auditions
Scholarship awards of $1,000
each will be presented by the
Miami Beach Music & Arts
League to people up to age 25 (26
for tenors) selected to audition
later this month or in early
October.
Scholarship winners will
appear on stage at the Theater of
the Performing Arts in April
during the league's annual
Scholarship Talent Showcase
Concert at which awards will be
presented.
A letter of application for
audition should include name,
address, phone number, age,
record of background studies in
music, public appearances and
awards if any. and a recent
photograph. This should be sent
to the league or to the committee
chairman. Louis Siegel in Miami
Beach
Hillel PTA
Plans Coffee
The Parent-Teacher
Association of the Hillel Com-
munity Dav School will officially
start the year's program with an
introductory coffee on Tuesday.
Sept. 14. at 10 a.m. at the Holly-
wood home of its president.
Marsha (Mrs. Walterl Fingerer.
The PTA officers will be in-
troduced to the new parents, who
will also learn about the various
functions of the Hillel PTA and
how it helps the school, according
to Mrs. Fingerer.
OTHER NEW officers for
1976-77 are vice president, ways
and means, Carole (Mrs. Dennisl
Lentin: vice president, program-
ming. Lorelei (Mrs. Robert)
Ennis; vice president, special
events. Irene (Mrs. Joel) Spalter:
treasurer. Miriam (Mrs. Ira)
Ginsberg: secretary to treasurer.
Alvina (Mrs. I-eel Duffner:
secretary. Maxine (Mrs. Gary)
Dubin: publicity. Sandra (Mrs.
Robert) Goldberg; hospitality.
Shirley (Mrs. Ben) Genad;
memorial cards. Bonnie (Mrs
Ronald) Forman; and children
birthday cards. Tobie (Mrs.
George) I.ipton.
Board members atlarge in-
clude Sally (Mrs. Alan) Bostom.
Judy (Mrs. Paul) Camel. Hediu
(Mrs. Jeroldl Cantor. Lisa (Mrs
Arnold) Feiner. Susan (Mrs
Wallace) Kleinberg. Florence
(Mrs. I^on) Roth. Bunnv iMr*
Harvey) Sampson and Betty
(Mrs. Joshua) Weinberg. Im-
mediate past president is Sara
(Mrs. Sidney) Harris Official
Advisors are Rochelle (Mrs
Marshall) Baltuch and Raquel
(Mrs. Michael) Scheck
BB Women Meet
In North Dade
B'nai B'rith Women, North
Dade Chapter No 809, will hold
its monthly meeting on Sept 14
at 8 p.m. in the Sandpiper Room
of the First Federal building.
18301 Biscayne Blvd.
A speaker from the Democratic
and the Republican Parties will
lead a discussion on part}
politics. The public is invited and
refreshments will be served
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Adath Yeshurun Men Plan Busy Y
The Men's Club of Temple
Adath Yeshurun will officially
kick off annual activities at a
breakfast on Sunday. Oct. 24. at
10 a.m. in the Social Hall. The
highlight of the morning will be a
talk by U.S. Congressman
William Lehman, according to
the Men's Club president Richard
Zadanoff. Toastmaster will be
Ron Morris.
Men's Club plans for the year
breakfasts. Ron M,ir
ear
Winton: .^ff ki*'
Charles Pachter; picni*H
Wilensky and Gil W,mo"^
Brae-*"""
The Men's Club mew*.
Men s l lub plans tor tne year pQUU; I ql n
include sponsoring a Las Vegas IvdODI LidDOVilZ (,Uest
night, sports and games evening. Of Ner TaiTI id Men
Spring picnic, bingo. Man of the
Year breakfast, an entertainment
series including comedian Jan
Murray, singing Barry Sisters
and Israeli singer Geula Gill.
Culminating the program will be
the annual dedication dinner
dance in May.
OFFICERS FOR the year
include president, Richard
Zadanoff; vice presidents. Mike
Melnick (administration). Jerry
Kopelman (membership). Charles
Pachter (religious); secretary.
Marty Skalka; corresponding
secretary Sammy Ray; treasurer.
Alan Ladis.
Committee chairmen for the
year are bingo. Mike Melnick;
Theigthpre-ll^hHoHda^
service of Temple NW TamidS
be held this evening at 8; 15 ]
Rabbi Eugene I.aboviu J
officiate, assisted bv CjJ
F,dward Klein and the sS
phonic Choir. An Oneg ShabJ
follows services
On Sunday. Sept. 12th. Rabal
Labovitz will be guest speaks,
the initial breakfast of *
temple's Men's Club The Raj
will describe "What I UmA
from the Children this Summerf
and will relate s<,m,> expeneajl
at the United Synagogue e|
campment in North Carolina
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Mon. Sept. 20 Some SHI.00 & $7.50 scats available
Tue. Sept. 21 Good Seats at $20, $15. $10 \ $7.50
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gtion: What does Jewish
jit k.i. say regarding the con-
Iption of alcoholic beverages?
r: Wine was used in the
| taring sacrifices at the
It was poured in
mious fashion. Wine was
I in a positive sense in
[Rook of Psalms, which con-
wine useful because it
kddens the heart of man"
104:151. The Book of
irh- id vises those that are
er" and "poor" and "miser-
' to receive wine to drink.
be Talmud (Erubin 65b)
es that wine is useful for the
fort of mourners. The Book of
even says that wine
Cod and man" (Judges
res
? is required by Jewish
at the Passover seder. It is
i required for the kiddush and
dalah at the entrance and exit
Sabbaths and holidays.
lidim ore known for their
king to overcome sadness
to delight in spiritual ex-
ence.
the other hand, we do find
fictions against the use of al-
klir beverages. Some of the
bis consider that the for-
fen fruit of the Garden of
[Puzzled! Answers
INSWERS: Waksman. Krebs. Lipmann. Lederberg. Kornberg.
Bloch. Jacob. Lwoff, Wald, Nirenberg, Luria.
SYNOPSIS Of THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
ki tavo
*nd now, behold, I have brought the first of the fruit of
e land, which Thou, O Lord, hast given me" (Deut.
110).
I Tavo "And it shall be, when thou art come in into the
M which the Lord thy God giveth thee for an inheritance
thou shalt take of the first of all the fruit of the ground
and shalt go unto the place which the Lord thy God
pll choose to cause His name to dwell there. And the
Jest shall take the basket out of thy hand, and set it down
pore the altar of the Lord thy God and thou shalt set
Idown before the Lord thy God, and worship before the
ffd thy God When thou hast made an end of tithing
1 the tithe of thine increase in the third year. thou shalt
fc before the Lord thy God: I have put away the hallowed
lags out of my house, and also have given them unto the
r'te. and unto the stranger, to the fatherless, and to the
"ow I have not transgressed any of Thy command-
ants, neither have I forgotten them' *' (Deuteronomy
!3). "And it shall be when ye are passed over the
T"dan. that ye shall set up these stones, which I command
this day, in mount Ebal, and thou shalt plaster them
I" plaster ... And thou shalt write upon the stones all
* words of this law very plainly" (Deuteronomy 27.4-8).
Pie portion goes on to treat of the blessings and curses
fi which Moses charged the children of Israel; for further
Iphusis, the covenant made in mount Horeb is reaffirmed
loab.
Religious Directory
Eden was grapes. Decisions in
Jewish Law cannot be rendered,
according to the Talmud, by one
who has been drinking.
The Bible points to the sad
results of imbibing in wine on the
part of Noah (Genesis 9:30) and
Lot (Genesis 19:30). The
rebellious son is described as the
one who makes it a habit to eat
meat and drink wine (Deuter-
onomy 21:18). The priests are
forbidden to imbibe before per-
forming the service in the sanctu-
ary. Some rabbis consider the
Nazarite who forbade himself to
drink wine a saintly person, while
others considered him a sinner.
On one holiday the rabbis even
advised getting drunk, i.e.,
Purim, although this was dis-
couraged in excess because of a
tragic occurrence that once
happened.
Medieval commentators (like
Nachmanides) have explained the
seeming contradiction evident by
the above references as meaning
that man is allowed and even en-
couraged to enjoy the permissible
items in life (including drinking
wine, etc.) but is severely warned
against excessive indulgence,
which can turn a pleasant and
sometimes ideal experience into
disaster.
MIAMI
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION.
995 SW 67th Ave Orthodox Rabbi Zvi
Raphaely CantorAronBenAron.il)
ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION 2533
SW 19th Ave. Conservative Cantor
Sol Pakowiti. (J)
BETH AM TEMPLE 5950 N Kendall
Dr Relorm Or Herbert M
Baumqard Associate Rabbi Mitchell
Chefiti 131
BET BREIRA CONGREGATION.
10755 SW 112th St Liberal. Rabbi
Barry Tabachmkolf 13 Al
(BETH OAVID 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William Lipson (4-A)
BETH DAVID SOUTH 7500 SW 120th
St Conservative Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William Lipson II B)
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro Cantor Leon Segal Rev
Mendel Gutterman. (61
BETH TOV TEMPLE 6438 SW 8th St
Conservative Rabbi Charles Rubrl
Cantor William Golembe. (8)
B'NAI ISRAEL AND GREATER
MIAMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE. 7*00
SW 123rd Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Ralph
Glixman. (8-A)
B'NAI RAPHAEL CONGREGATION
1401 NW 183rd St Conservative
Rabbi Victor D Zwellinq Cantor
Jack Lerncr 1141
TEMPLE ISRAELOF
GREATER MIAMI
Souti. Florida i P.oneei
. lotm Synaqoque
i )7 NE 19th St M.ami
571 590c
O' Jos.-pn R Narot Seiiio. f abb.
*<>rv.fls E lfV
Friday at 8 p m
Rabbi Brett Goldstein
will discuss
"Will You Take a Gambler"
Membership Inquiries Welcomed
ISRAELITE CENTER 3I'S SW 25th
St Conservative Rabbi Solomon
Waldenberg. Cantor Hyman Lifshin.
(11)
OR OLOM TEMPLE. 1755 SW 1Mb St.
Conservative. (11).
ISRAEL SOutH TEMPLE (lormerly
Beth Tikval 9025 Sunset Dr. Reform
Rabbi Joseph R Narot (I] A)
SAMUEL TEMPLE 8900 SW 107th
Ave.. Suite 106 Conservative Rabbi
Edwin P Farbei (91
ZION TEMPLE 8000 Miller Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Norman N
Shapiro Cantor Ben Dickson (It)
HIALEAH
TIFERETH JACOB TEMPLF
4th Ave Conservative. (15)
951 E
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
2225 NE 121st St. Conservative Rabbi
Dr Daniel J Finqerer Cantor
Yehuda Binyamm (15)
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDAS ACHIM NUBACH SEFARD
CONGREGATION 707 5th St
Orthodox Rabbi Mordecai
Chaimovits. (32 B)
AGUDATM ISRAEL 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Sheldon N Ever
1171
BETH EL. 24O0 Pine Tree Dr
Orthodox Rabbi Alexander Gross ( S)
BETH ISRAEL 770 40th St Orthodox
Rabbi Mordecai Shapiro (18)
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Shmaryahu T
Swirsky Cantor Maurice Mamches
(19)
BETH RAPHAEL TEMPLE IS45
Jelterson Ave. Conservative Rabbi
Elliot Winograd Cantor Saul Breen
(20)
BETH SHOLOM TEMPLE 4)44 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Dr. Leon Kronish
Cantor David Conviser. (21)
BETH SOLOMON TEMPLE 1011
Lincoln Rd Modern Conservative.
Rabbi David Raab. Cantor Nathan
Parnass (21 A)
BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION. 915
Euclid Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi I. M.
Tropper. (22)
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM
CONGREGATION. (48 Meridian Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Dow Roiencwaig.
I 22. A)
B'NAI ZION TEMPLE. 200 With St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Dr. Abraham I.
Jacobson. (22-B)
CHABAD HOUSE. 1401 Alton Rd.
Orthodox Rabbi Joseph Biston. (44)
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Roiencwaig. (21)
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW
CONGREGATION. 71S Washington
Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Meir Masliah
Melamed. (21-A)
GOLDCOASTSYNAGOGUE
s1i5 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
Conservative
Rabbi Aaron Shapiro
Spi vices every Saturday
a I 9 a m
864 4351
Membership Inquiries
Welcomed
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Dr Tibor H Stern Cantor
Meyer Enqel (24)
KNESETH ISRAEL 1475 Euclid Ave
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Self. (27)
LUBAVITCH CONGREGATION. 1120
Collins Ave Orthodox Rabbi
Abraham Korl (47)
MENORAH TEMPLE 620 75th St.
Conservative Rabbi Mayer
Abramowiti Cantor Nico Feldman
(78)
NER TAMIO TEMPLE. 80th St and
Tatum Waterway Conservative Dr
Eugene Laboviti Cantor Edward
Klein. (29)
EMANU EL TEMPLE. 1701
Washington Ave. Conservative. Dr
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
(24) _________
ETZ CHAIM CONGREGATION. 1S44
Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
1 TsviG. Schur. (32)
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pine Tree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross. (25)
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7800 Hispanola Ave
Conservative Rabbi Marvin Rose
Cantor Murray Yavneh. (32A)
OHEV SHALOM 7055 Bomta Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas A
Weberman. (80)
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 445
Collins Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Sadl
Nahmias (11)
NORTHMIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN TEMPLE. 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr Conservative
Rabbi Simcha Freedman Cantor Ian
Alpern (11)
AGUDATH ACHIM 3rd Ave Hebrew
Religious Community Center 19255
NE Ird Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Jacob I.
Nishck (13 A)________
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION.
1051 Interim* Blvd. Conservative.
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz. (14)
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER i
571 NE 171st Street
North Miami Beach
51-9042
Conservative
Rabbi Nesim Gambach
Friday services (p.m
Saturday services 9 a.m.
Membership Inquiries
Welcomed
(SINAI TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE
18801 NE 72nd Ave Reform Rabbi
Ralph P Kmqsley Cantor Irvinq
Shulkes (17)
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Dov
Bidnick (38)
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI 990 NE 171 st St Orthodox
Rabbi Zev Left (39)
CORALGABLES
HILLEL JEWISH STUDENT CEN-
TER, COLLEGE STUDENT
SYNAGOGUE. University of Miami.
1100 Miller Drive. Traditional and
Liberal Services. Rabbi Sanford H.
Shudnow.
, (JUDEA TEMPLE. S500 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Michael B. Eisenstat.
Cantor R ita Shora. ()
ZAMORA TEMPLE. 44 Zamora Ava.
Conservative. Rabbi Marvin Tokayer.
(41) ________
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9148 Harding Ave. Orthodox Rabbi
Isaac D Vine. (50)
HOMESTEAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 1SJ
NE 8th St Conservative Rabbi Paul
Bender I 5'I
HOLLYWOOD
BETH AHM TEMPLE. 110 SW 42nd
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi David
Rosenticid (47 B)
BETH EL TEMPLE. 1151 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Assistant Rabbi Jonathan Woll. (45)
BETH SHALOM TEMPLE 4401
Arthur St. Conservative. Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irving
Gold. (44) ________,
SINAI TEMPLE 1201 Johnston St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Associate Rabbi Chaim S Listlield
(45) ________
SOLEL TEMPLE. 5100 Sheridan St
Liberal. Rabbi Robert Frann. (47.ci
PLANTATION
PLANTATION JEWISH CONGRE
GATION. 400 S. Nob Hill Rd. Liberal
Reform Rabbi Sheldon J. Harr. (44)
RECONSTRUCTIONIST SYNA
GOG U E 747] NW 4th St (49)
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL TEMPLE. 4920 SW 15th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom Draiin.
Cantor Abraham Kester. (48)
DEERFIELDBEACH
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
Century Village East. Conservative
Rabbi David Berent (62)
MARGATE
BETH HILLELCONGREGATION 7640
Margate Blvd Conservative Cantor
Charles Perlman
SHOLOM TEMPLE 132 SE 11th Ave
Conservative Rabbi Morns A. Skop
Cantor Yaacov Renier (49)
CORAL SPRINGS
BETH OR TEMPLE. 3721 NW 100th
Ave. Reform. Rabbi Max Weitz. (44)
HALLANDALE
HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER
116 NE fi'h Ave Conservative Rabbi
Harry E Schwarti Cantor Jacob
Dannqei (121
PEMBROKE PINES
TEMPLE IN THE PINES 9139 Taft
Street Conservative Rabbi Sidney I,
Lubin (63)
FORT LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL TEMPLE 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd Conservative.
Rabbi Philip A. Labowitz Cantor
Maurice Neu. (42)
EMANU EL TEMPLE 1245 W
Oakland Park Blvd Reform Rabbi
Joel S Goor. Cantor Jerome Klement.
143)
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER 9104
NW 57th St. Conservative Rabbi
Israel Zimmerman (44 Ai
YOUNG ISRAEL OF
HOLLYWOOD
4171 Stirlinq Road
Oaks Condominium
'91 2200
Rabbi Moshe E Bomier
Services Friday, 7 pm
Saturday 9am, daily,
' 30 a m Sunday. Sam
Rabbi Bomier will discuss:
"The Jew and Israel:
A Torah Perspective"
Member ol the Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami
RABBINICAL ASSOCIATION
OF GREATER MIAMI
420fl IIN. a) ne Blvd.. Miami. FU. SSI St.
5184000. Rabbi Solomon Schlft.
Executive Vice President.
UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW
CONGREGATIONS
119 E. Hauler St.. Miami, Fl*. 33131.
3T9-4M3. Kahhl Sanford Shape ro.
Director.
UNITEO SYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA
1110 Nf lOSrd St., North Miami Reach,
rla. 331*2.941 flOAt.
Kabbl Seymour Friedman.
Executive Director.
CANDLELIGHTING
TIME
7:11
15 ELUL-5736

T.V. Programs
Sunday. Sept. 12
"Jewish Worship Hour"
WPLGTV Ch. 109:30 a.m.
Host:
Rabbi Sol Landau
Beth David Congregation
'Still, Small Voice"
WCKT-TV Ch. 710 a.m.
Host:
Rabbi Stanley A. Ringler
Guests:
Dr. Paul M. Tocci and
Dr. Paul J. Benke of the
University of Miami
Medical School
Topic: Tay-Sachs Disease


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Friday. September
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MARKETING 41. at 02S 41 St.. Miami
Beach, Fla.. Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida
MARCYLEFTON
FRED K SHOCHET
SUZANNE SHOCHET
Sept. 10. 17. 24: Oct 1. 1976
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-27925
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
VERNON JOHN SEVER1N. Husband
and
PANSY PAULINE SEVERIN. Wife
TO: VERNON JOHN SEVERIN
YOl/ 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 SOL
ALEXANDER, ESQ.. attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 19 W.
Flagler St.. Suite 317, Miami. Florida,
and file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Oct 15.
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 7th
dav of September. 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
I lade County. Florida
By B I.lpps
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seali
Sept 10. 17.24; Oct 1. 1976
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
UTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO 74 25940
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IM'.K THE MARRIAGE OF
SVI.VIK I'UN VON WOMACK.
Wife Petitioner
and
FLOYD WOMACK,
Husband Respondent
TO FLOYD WOMACK
44 NW 27 Street
Miami. Florida
Vot ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage A
Vinculo has been filed against you and
commenced In this Court, and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any. to It on HOWARD
FREIDIN. ESQ., of KUTUN. FREIDIN
k SII.BER. P A attorney for
Petitioner, whose address is 2000 South
Dixie Highway. Suite 206. Miami,
Florida 33133. and file the original with
the Clerk of the above-styled Court on or
before October 15. 1976. otherwise, a
default will be entered against you for
the relief prayed for 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 7th
day of September. 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida
By: A Crutcher
Deputy Clerk
KUTUN. FREIDIN it
SILBER. PA
Attorneys for Petitioner
2000 South Dixie Highway
Suite 205
Miami, Florida 33133
854-5923
Sept 10, 17. 24: Oct. 1. 1976
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
n TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No. 7*.27921
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE. THE MARRIAGE OF
YVETTE MYRTILDAVIS,
Wife, Petitioner
and
JAMES DAVIS.
Husband Respondent
TO: JAMES DAVIS
63 NW 28 Street
Miami. Florida
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage A
Vinculo has been filed against you and
commenced In this Court, and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, If any, to it on HOWARD
FREIDIN. ESQ.. of KUTUN. FREIDIN
k SILBER. PA., attorney for
Petitioner, whose address Is 2000 South
Dixie Highway. Suite 205, Miami.
Florida 33133, and file the original with
the Clerk of the above-styled Court on or
before Oct. 15. 1976, otherwise, a default
will be entered against you for the relief
prayed for 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 7th
day of September. 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County. Florida
By: WUJie Bradshaw Jr
Deputy Clerk
KUTUN. FREIDIN ft
SILBER, PA.
Attorneys for Petitioner
2000 South Dixie Htgway
Suite 208
Miami. Florida 33133
854-5923
Sept. 10. 17.24; Oct. 1.1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
SKYLAKE TOURS; B ft B TRAVEL, at
18168 NE 19 Avenue. North Miami
Beach. Fla. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of DadeCountv. Florida
SKYLAKE TOURS INC
A Florida Corp
PAULKWITNEY.of
Kwltney. Kroopft
Schelnberg. PA.
Attorney for Applicant
Sept. 10. 17. 24; Oct. 1,1976
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 76 2449 Div. 39 (Cowart)
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
CHARLOTTE VOGEL. Trustee.
Plaintiff.
vs.
ELLEN I. PRIEST,
a widow, et al
Defendants.
TO: ELLEN I PRIEST,
a widow, etal
Residence Unknown
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
a complaint to quiet title has been filed
against you and others by the plaintiff In
the above styled cause In the Circuit
Court in and for Dade County. Florida,
on the following described real
property:
Ixrts 20 and 21 In Block 8 of
HIAI.EAH HEIGHTS, according to
the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat
Hook 28 at Page 24 of the Public
Records of Dade County. Florida,
and you are hereby required to serve a
copv of your answer on plaintiff's at-
torney. HERMAN COHEN. 622 SW 1st
Street. Miami. Florida. 33130. and file
the original with the Clerk of this Court,
on or before October 15, 1976, otherwise
a default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the complaint to
quiet title
Dated this 2nd day of September. 1976
Richard P Hunker.
Clerk. Circuit Court
By A. Crutcher
Deputy Clerk
Spt 1". 17 24; Oct 1. 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
KENDALL SKATING CENTER, at 8755
SW 186th Street. Miami. Florida 33176.
intends to register Mid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
DADE RECREATIONAL
ASSfX'IATESCORP
By Robert I. Shapiro, Secretary
MYERS. KAPLAN.
LEVINSON&KENIN
Attorneys for Applicant
Sept 10, 17. 24; Oct 1, 1976
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 7 5 7443
Division John R. Blanton
IN RE: ESTATE OF
HARRY ROSENBLITH
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
the ancillary administration of the
estate of HARRY ROSENBLITH.
deceased. File Number 75-7643. is pend-
ing In the Circuit Court for Dade
County. Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which Is Dade County
Courthouse. 73 West Flagler Street.
Miami. Florida. The ancillary personal
representative of the estate Is HER-
BERT S SHAPIRO, whose address Is
407 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach.
Florida. 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, WITH-
IN 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 address of the creditor or his
agent or attorney, and the amount
claimed If the claim Is not yet due. the
date when it will become due shall be
stated. If the claim Is contingent or
unliquidated, the nature of the un-
certainty 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 ancillary
personal representative, orthe 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. 10.1976
HERBERTS SHAPIRO
As Ancillary
Personal Representative of the
Estate Of HARRY ROSENBLITH.
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
SAMUEL W FRIED
SHAPIRO, FRIED.
WEILftSCHEER
407 Lincoln Road, Suite 10-B
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone: IS05I 538-6361
Sept. 10.17.1976
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUOICIALCIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No. 76-26278
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN HE The Marriage Of
JEAN MARIE JEROME husband.
ROSA REYES JEROME wife
TO ROSA REYESJEROME
47 Fort Washington
New Yorli New York
YOl ARE HEREBY notified thai
Petition for I llssolutlon ol Marriage has
been filed against you and you are
hereby required to serve a i opj "(your
answer or other pleading to the Petition
on the Husband's Attornej lr;- ''A
ROGERS whose addreas is 1454 nw
17th Avenue Miami. Florida 38125. and
file the original with the Clerk of the
above styled Court on or before this 1st
day of October l7 or a Default will be
entered against you
DATED this 23rd day of August. iot
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of the Circuit Court
ByH F MUSCORELLA I> C
Aug 27. Sept 3.10. 17 1U7K
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIALCIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE N0.76-27S34
NOTICE OF SUIT
RITABOWE.
Petitioner Wife
and
DONALD BOWE.
Respondent-Husband
TO: DONALD BOWE
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
YOU. DONALD HOWE, are hereby
notified that a PetiUon for Dissolution of
Marriage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Petition for
Dissolution of Marriage on Petitioner
Wife's attorney. Ronald I. Davis Esq.
p a 417 Blacayne nuiidmg. is w
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida 83130,
Phone 379-2851. and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before
the 15th day of October. 1976 If yon fail
to do so. judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief
demanded in the petition for Dissolution
oi Marriage
This Notice shall be published
each week for four 141 consecutive
weeks in The Jewish FlOridlan
hum-: \M> ORDERED, al M
Dade County, Florida, this 2nd da)
September i76
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk.Circuit court
DadeCounty Florida
B) H LII'I'S
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
Sept Id 17 24 Od I IK7f,
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-27676
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage Of
MARIA MIRANDOCANTILI-O.
Petitioner,
and
EMILIOCANTILLO,
Respondent
TO: EMILIOCANTILLO
1211B Charlotte Avenue
San Gabriel. California 91776
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 RICHARD G
DUNBERG. attorney for Petitioner
whose address Is 8585 Sunset Drive.
Suite 180. Miami. Florida 33143. and file
the original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before October 15.
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 FI.ORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this 3rd
day of September. 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
DadeCounty. Florida
By L. Barnard
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal.
RICHARD G DUNBERG. ESQ
8585 Sunset Drive. Suite 180
Miami. Florida 33143
279-8000
Attorney for Petitioner
Sept 10. 17. 24; Oct 1.1976
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
3626 NE 168 Street, North Miami Beach,
Fla.. 33160 Intends to reglste r said 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 UkiriEB
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
HELENEMARIN
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 K.DJ3 DESIGNERS, at
J770 Indian Creek Dr.. Miami
Beach, Fla intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
DANIEL M RICH
MORTON M BEIGEL
Attorney for Applicant
Sept 10, 17. 24. OCt. 1. 1976
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 76-5737
Division JOHN R. BLANTON
IN RE ESTATE OF
MIXFRANKENBERO,
Deceased
NOTICE OF Al >M I NISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OKPFM tNDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE.
YOl ARE HEREBY NOT1FED that
the administration of the estate of MAX
FRANKENBERO. deceased. File
Number 76 5737. Is pending in the Cir-
cuit Court for Dade County. Florida.
Probate Division, the address of which
is 73 West Flagler Street. Miami.
Florida The personal representative of
the estate is PAIL KWITNEY. whose
address is 120 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach Florida The name and address
of the personal representative's at
torney 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 elerk 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
for the i lalm, the name and ad
editor or his agent or
attorney anil the amount claimed If
tin claim is not yet due the date when it
will become due shall be stated If the
claim i~ contingent or unliquidated, the
nature ol the uncertalntj shall be
if the claim i- secured, the
sei-uriiy shall be (h crlbed The
sufficient copies
f the i lalm to the i lerfc lo enable the
I eai h personal
.'ive
\ll persons interested in the estate to
whom .1 i opy "t 'his Notice of
Administration has been mailed are
required WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PI Bl ICATION OF THIS NOTICE, 10
> objections 'hey may have that
c hallenges the validity ol the dei edent'i
will, the qualifications of the pel
represi ntatlvi or the venue or
jurists! tlonol the i ourt
ALL claims. DEMANDS and
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED will
BEFOREVERBARRED
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration Sept 10 1971
PAUL KWITNEY
As Personal Representative of the
Estateof max FRANKENBERO.
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
KWITNEY. KROOP*
SCHEINBERG. P a
420Lincoln Road. Suite 512
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Telephone 538 7575
Sept 10. 17. 1976
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 76-270M
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE ESTELLE LULU KNOX,
Wife,
and
ALEXANDER KNOX.
Husband
TO ALEXANDER KNOX
1566 Union Port Road
Bronx. New York 10462
YOl 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 k SCHEINBERG. PA 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. 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 30th
day of August, 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
DadeCounty, Florida
By L Sneeden
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal I
Kwltney .Kroop k Schelnberg, PA
420 Lincoln Road, Suite 512
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorney for Petitioner
___________.________Sept 3. 10,17.24, 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SIN 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 NAVTLLA
TONY NA VILLA
HERBERT 8E1DEL Esq
Attorney for Applicant
Aug. 27; Sept. 3. 10. 17,1976
LEGAL NOTir?
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME,.,,
NOTICE IS HEREBY miff,
undersign, ,1 .,, n, "WL
business under thi ,..!,..!" I
A METALLL, ;,^,j
Avenue Mian ., "SI
register said nan h L$"*1
Circuit Court of I 'M
LARAN i'iirp ^l
By LAWRENCF.UNDI
Pn lent
CYPENa \i:\ i\<
Attorneys for \p\
Aug
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY mff,
undersigned, desiring to
:*t|
-;;|
I

N '. -.<]
I
I-

-1
I
business under lie'ftctltV.u'Sii
BAYVIEW POINT TKRRArV^*1
NE 168 Street North Mta" "
Fla. 33.60 intend '.:.,.^S|
with the Clerk f I
PadeCounty. F!
IRE LICHTER
HENRY DORFllAii
ALLEN CIlARirpsicj
____________A"E *' -'' Sept 3 .,
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUC7IVESERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUiTCOURTOFTM
ELEVENTH JUDICIALCIRCW-
OF FLORIDA INANDFOY
DADECOUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 7nn
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIV'SION
ACTION FOR
CHANGE OF NAME
IN RE THE MATTEROF
CARLAMIRII ,kv
\ Minor
TO I'll \l'.l ES \ \: AKY
Realdei i km.
YOl \RE III
an ai i.....foi n
filed against v i
serve a |
to
CARRICARTr
whose .i,i Miami I-
original with thi
- tyled -
otherw las
against you I
the Pi tltlon

.,< h week fi ,i '
THE JEWISH I
WITNESS
sa id Court at M
,l.,v ol tugusl
RICH Mil
\. .
I >.i.J> ,
B> v
\- 1 .
. Ci:rult C
ILBERT L CAI E.PA
2491 N\\ 7th Stn '
Miami Florida
Phone No. 64
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTFOH
DADECOUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number '65645
DIVISION 13
IN RE ESTATE OF
CHARLES E NADI
Deceased
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO AIJ. PERSONS HAVING CUB)
OR DEMANDS AHAINSTTHKABOHI
ESTATE AND ALL i 'THKR PERSOBI
INTF.RESTEI 'IN THE ESTATE
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED*!
the administration of the utt *l
CHARLES E NADI.EK. decent* l
Number 76-5645 is \-rding In U*Cr
cult Court for PADK ''aunty. FUJI
Probate Division, th-addrressof""
Is 73 West Flag!. ***J
Courthouse. Third Moor. I
Florida 33130 The P*r*
representative of the estate a Kvn
WKLLISH. whose address u !
Almena Avenue Suite ^>IE_;^|
Cables. Florida 33134 The nn*
address of the personal represent"
attorney are set forth beloa I
All persons having I laimsordemisi
against the estate """SS
WITHIN THREE MONTHS FTO
THE DATE OF THE FIRM
PUBLICATION OF fHIS h0T
file with the clerk of the ^v'f'
written statement ot Y<*"!'
demand they may have *-*m\
must be In writing and mustindicwjj
basis for the claim the name
dress of the creditor or his age""\
attorney, and the amount cWnW
the claim Is not yet due the**'". '
will become due shall he ",'*fl';
claim is contingent or ..n IqulW,
nature of the uncertain!)
stated If the claim is serur* -
security shall be ^'"^^
claimant shall deliver *"<"
of the claim to the clerk *J
clerk to mall one copy lo each p*"-
representative ......ditfH
All person. Interested in ".** ^
whom a copy ol mu ,
Administration has heen msw^
required. WITHIN 1"?-1 *%jf
FROM THE DATE ''I' THE.
PUBLICATION OF_ THIS NOT -
file any objections thev ma> n
challenge, the validity *Jf *3l
will, the qualifications of the P
representative, or
or th
Jurt.dlVuorTof the court ^1
ALL CALIMS. DEMAN |
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FBJW
BE FOREVER BARKED gl
Date of the first P"h"^Cj,
Notice of Administration InTne
Florldlan.wlllbeonSepteinberl
KURTM.l.I>C
As Personal R,Pre.r*,:!*v adlER ,
Estate of CHARLIE NA^rtMfl|
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE Ey
KURTWELLI9CH. A^j;
161 AlmertaAve. Suite 2E
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
Telephone: 445-754 Sfp, i0,1?'"


9V September 10.1976

+Jkmsti Fkridlinr
Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
kp^TcTHCUIT COURT FOR
''DACE COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 74-S480
Division Judge Frank B.DowlIng
E; F.ST ATE OF
TL BROWNING,
Lyri^OFADMINISTRATION
flu PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
t^MANI'S AGAINST THE ABOVE
RtF *NI> ALL OTHER PERSONS
Vrk^TFI) IN THE ESTATE:
RlARE IIKREBY NOTIFIED that
Kmvc, deceased. File Number
E, l pending in the Circuit Court
ELaL 'county. Florida, Probate
Lon ,he addreaa of which Is Room
Inade County Courthouse. P.O.Box
Klu. S3101. The personal
LjantatlveiOi the estate are: SARA
S(i\Hl;')WNING. whose address Is
ai'Bav I'rive. Apt. 1A WateredKe.
lHarb.n.i Pit M1M and BIRT L.
liuMS'i IK whose address Is 1006
II ,.,.,iesvllle. Fla. 32601. The
idreal ot the personal
.Itorney are set forth
LEGAL NOTICE
1t\
having claims or demands
-Lite are required.
N THREE MONTHS FROM
i OF THE FIRST
LlCATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
I, rk of the above court a
t of any claim or
and II" may hava, Each claim
, and mutt Indicate the
lm, the name and ad-
lltor or his agent or
and the amount claimed If
I t yet due. the date when It
f. ahatl be stated. If the
Mil or unliquidated, the
incertalmy shall be
1 II the claim Is secured, the
be described. The
-ufflclent copies
..... Clerk to enable the
I ,opy to each personal
I live
.sled In the estate to
of this Notice of
I "as been mailed are
, N THREE MONTHS
lM THI DATE OF THE FIRST
IN OF THIS NOTICE, to
[ions they may have that
tlldlty of the decedent's
atlona of the personal
ir the venue or
Motion of the court
CLAIMS, DEMANDS. AND
iCTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
R)RE\ KK MARRED
|te of th. first publication of thla
e of Administration Sept. 10. 1976.
SARA ILSON BROWNING
HIKTI. HKOWNING.JR.
I Personal Kopresentatlvesof the
(state of HIRT I. BROWNING.
Deceased
JKNK Y FOR PERSONAL
HESENTATIVE8:
(BKRCKK AND LOGAN
E' 0ENE Vt SII.ZBERGER
5th Street
111 Beach Florida 33154
bhune >ifis 631
ISAKA WILSON BROWNING
(STEIN and MOLANS
[AMES A MOI.ANS
|S'\% u Avenue
III Florida 33125
I i 140
[BIRTI. HKOWNING.JR.
Sept. 10. 17, 176
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
- HEREBY GIVEN that the
?signed desiring to engage In
(ess under the fictitious name of
IAR APARTMENTS, at 1520 SW
ptreet Miami. Fla Intend to
I a with the Clerk of the
lit Court of I >ade County. Florida.
ANDADRIAMARTI
Aug 13. 20.27; Sept 3. 1978
NOTICE UNDER
FICTll lOUS NAME LAW
: IF REBY GIVEN that the
leatiing to engage In
Ihe fictitious name of
INDI ST)UESat4275NW
mi Fla Ml* Intends to
1th th.' Clerk of the
I i Dade County, Florida
rVER INC. MIAMI
A Florida Corp
Vug 27; Sept 3. 10, 17. 1976
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
INOPROPERTY)
I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-24271
T ION FOR
JSS0LU7ION OF MARRIAGE
r-^El. 1IRA GARCIA,
ivtitloner,
and
9R0ARCIA,
Respondent
ECTOR GARCIA
pldence unknown
'ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
Ion for Dissolution ot Marriage
en filed against you and you are
-to to serve a copy ot your written
*. If any to It on MARVIN ROSS
JMAN attorney for Petitioner,
| address Is 2600 Douglas Road,
mi. Coral Gables, Florida, and
P* original with the clerk of the
I'Jyled court on or before Sept. 17,
Hherwlse a default wUl be entered
you for the relief demanded In
"plaint or petition.
notice shall be published once
peek for four consecutive weeks In
"?WISH FLORIDIAN.
J-SS my hand and the seal of
uri at Miami, Florida on this 5th
[August, 1976.
RICHARD p. BRINKER
A Clerk. Circuit Court
I uade County, Florida
PtCourt Seal)
ByM J.HARTNETT
In, nJ^*DefMty Clerk
PI ROSS FRIEDMAN
!Wm Road, Suite 1011
^bles. Florida3S1S4
y'or Petitioner
Aug 18. SO. 77; Sept. 8.1976
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO.74-27513
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
RAYMOND LOUIS O'NEAL
Petitioner,
vs.
DAVEY JEANNE COCKBURN
Respondent.
YOU. DAVEY JEANNE COCKBURN
O'NEAL, Residence unknown, ARE
HEREBY NOTIFIED TO FILE your
written response to this action for
dissolution of marriage, with the Clerk
of the above Court, and serve a copy
upon Petitioner's Attorneys, SAUL T
VON ZAMFT. 1320 South Dixie High
way. Suite 850. Coral Gables, Florida
33146. on or before the 15th day of
October. 1976. else the PetlUon for
Dissolution of Marriage will be taken as
confessed.
DATED: Sept 2. 1976
RICHARD P. BRINKER
By: M J Hartnett
1 'epiity Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
Sept 10. 17.24; Oct. 1. 1976
INTHECIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
Case No. 74-24333
NOTICE OF ACTION
ANITA RUTH DALE.
Plaintiff,
vs.
NMRMANDIXONDALE.
Defendant
TO: NORMAN DIXON HALE
2788 Shipping Ave
Miami. Florida
You are notified thai an action to
partition the following property In Dade
County, Florida
Lota Seven i7i and Eight 181 of Hardle's
Addition; the same being a subdivision
of the South half iSVtl of the Northeast
tjuarter (NE > i of the Northeast
Quarter iNE ", I of the Northeast
Quarter i NE i I of Section 21. Township
54 South. Range 41 East, according to
the Plat thereof recorded In Plat Book 7.
at Page 34. of the Public Records of
Dade 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
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
I Nil-; RESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOl ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
the administration of the estate of
LILLIAN WASSER. deceased. File
Number 76-8438, Is pending in the Cir-
cuit Court for Dade County. Florida.
Probate Division, the address of which
is 73 West Flagler Street Miami.
Florida The personal representative of
the estate Is MAYME WASSER whose
address is 2371 Collins Avenue. Apt. PH
11B Miami Beach. Florida The name
and address of the personal
representative'! attorney are set forth
below
All persons having claimsordemands
gainst the estate are required.
WITHIN THREE \MNTHS 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. II
the c laim 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 a
will the qualifications of the personal
representative, or the venue or
lurlsdlctlon of the court
J ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration: August 27.
MAYME WASSER
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of LILLIAN WASSER
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE:
HERBERTS SHAPIRO
SHAPIRO. FRIED, WEIL
* SCHEER
407 Lincoln Road, Suite 10 B
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Telephone: tSW.MMJ^; <*,,, 11W,
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
inderslgned. desiring to engage In
ouslness under the fictitious name of
REFINISHTNG SERVICE, at 469 East
28 St.. No. 4. Hlaleah. Fla., Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
NELSON GONZALEZ
Sept. 10.17,24; Oct 1, 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ARCADE POINTVIEW BUILDING,
INC. at 1125 SW 12th Court, Miami,
Florida 33135. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of I lade County, Florida.
SIGOR MENDEL
Aug. 27; Sept. 3. 10. 17, 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslneas under the fictitious name of
BENRUTH STAMP CO. Not Inc., at
Post Office Box 402806, Miami Beach.
Florida 33140, Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
HENZIONGINSBURG
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
JEWISH FLORIDIAN MARKETING 41
at 925 41 St.. Miami Beach. Fla.. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
FREDK.SHOCHET
SUZANNESHOCHET
MARCY LEFTON
Sept. 10. 17,24; Oct. 1. 1976
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
Civil Action NO. 74-24340
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 Petitioner,
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 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 Aug 1976.
RICHARD P BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By H LIPPS
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seali
i tavtd m Gonshak
lm? NW 7th Street
Miami. FL38138
Attomev for Petitioner
Aug. 27; Sept. 3. 10. 17. 1976
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-24347
ACTION FOR ANNULMENT
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NORMA DE LAS NIEVES
CABALLEROS, ALSO KNOWN AS
NORMALAMAS
vs:
TO: ELDIS LAMAS
Last known residence:
Calle Dos Hermanas No. 11
2do Izq.
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 BRADSHAW JR.
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
GLADYS GERSON
101 NW 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
Aug 27; Sept. 3,10, 17.1976
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-27574
ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
CHARLES R GOODMAN,
Petitioner / Husband
and
SARA R GOODMAN.
RespondentHWIfe
TO: SARA R GOODMAN
c / o Ethel Benton
Routes
Headland. Alabama 36345
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
in 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 Petitioner,
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. 15, 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 beal of
said court at Miami, Florida on this 2nd
day of September. 1976.
RICHARD P BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Willie Bradshaw Jr
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal l
DAVID M GONSHAK
1497 NW7th Street
Miami. FL 33125. 642-0722
Attorney for Petitioner
Sept 10. 17.24; Oct. 1, 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious names of
OVATIONS. COMPLIMENTS & AC-
CLAIM, at 5364 .NW 35 Court, Miami.
Fla., Intends to register said names with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
WOODLANDS FASHIONS, INC.
A Florida Corp.
Sept. 10, 17,24; Oct. 1, 1976
IIVITT
memorial chapala
ti PsMtseM M iu w. out* Hy.
Hollywood, fla. North Miami. Fla.
SONNY LEVITT. F.D.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage In
I business under the fictitious name of LA
'SUPER COMPETIDORA, at 4703 SW
i8th Street, Miami, Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
MIRY AM ESPIONOSA
Sept 10. 17, 24; Oct. 1, 1976
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
CIVILACTION NO.74-27430
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE. The Marriage of
HONEY VIRGINIA BOURNE.
Wife
and
BELKNAP BATTLE BOURNE,
Husband.
TO: BELKNAP BATTLE BOURNE
127 Hilton Way
Paclflca. California 94044
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 ROBERT H
BURNS. ESQ.. attorney for Petitioner,
whose address of 420 Lincoln Road.
Suite 450. Miami Beach. Florida 33139,
and file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before October
13, 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 1st
day of September. 1978.
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By L. Sneeden
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
ROBERT H BURNS, ESQ.
Law Offices of
BURNS It ARNOVTTZ
420 Lincoln Road. Suite 450
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
538-4421
Attorney for Petitioner
Sept. 10. 17, 24; Oct 1.1976
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