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The Jewish Floridian ( October 15, 1976 )

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* Lmi Friday, Octob 15,
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Carter Raps Blackmail Bow
BOSTON (JTA) -
Jimmy Carter has accused
the Ford Administration of
"bowing down to foreign
blackmail" by pressuring
Congress to reverse a ban
on missile sales to Saudi
Arabia and by "doing
everything in its power to
keep new anti-boycott
legislation from being
passed."
In a hard-hitting address
here to the Conference of
Presidents of Major Amer-
ican Jewish Organizations,
Carter charged the Ad-
ministration with having
"demonstrated the moral
bankruptcy of its foreign
policy twice within the
last few days."
THE FIRST instance, he said,
concerned the sale of 650
Maverick air-to-ground offensive
missiles to Saudi Arabia.
"For several weeks," he said,
"Congress has been moving
toward passage of legislation
that would ban the sale. This
legislation reflects the
responsible view that the sale of
these missiles cannot improve
the chances for peace in the
region.
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"There is no reason to think
these missiles will increase
security and stability in the
Middle East. There is no reason
to think they can be used only
for defense. There are only
reasons to fear that we will
increase the chance of conflict.
No Administration which was
sensitive to the climate in the
Middle East would let the sale
go forward."
DESPITE THIS, Carter said,
this Administration has
pressured the Congress to
reverse the ban." He cited a
statement by Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger that Saudi
Arabia "is in a position to use its
influence ... in oil and in peace
efforts."
Carter commented that "if
that is the problem, we should
develop a vigorous energy policy
which Mr. Ford has failed U) do.
We should not simply sell
weapons to get oil and risk
peace by vague threats which
the Administration is itself
perpetuating."
On anti-boycott legislation.
Carter attacked the Ad-
ministration for having "con-
sistently" opposed strong en-
forcement of the anti-boycott
laws now on the books. "And
now it is doing everything in its
power to keep needed new legis-
lation from being passed."
"I BELIEVE it is important
to have legislation which outlaws
both discrimination against
Americans on grounds of religion
or nationality and secondary
boycotts against companies
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which trade with Israel. This is a
profound moral issue rom which
we should not shrink. Carter
said.
When our Administration
capitulates to pressure Carter
added, it diminishes the chance
for peace. When it behaves in a
craven fashion, it demeans, our
country in the world. When it
wantonly adds arms to Arab
countries in the Middle East
without limit of quantity or
quality, it undermines our com-
mitment to Israel."
Carter also said that the Ad-
ministration's actions show that
the Ford foreign policy has lost
all pretense of morality. When
they sell missiles to buy oil. they
have lost the sense of what our
nation stands for. It is not the
way we will negotiate when a
new Administration restores a
sense of purpose to our foreign
policy."
ABOUT 350 Jewish leaders
jammed the room during his 20-
minute speech and the 20-minute
question and answer period that
followed. Later Carter posed for
photographs with the heads of
Presidents Conference con-
stituent organizations.
Leaders of the American
Jewish Press Association at-
tended the session at the in-
vitation of Rabbi Alexander M.
Schindler. chairman of the Presi-
dents Conference, who presided
and introduced Carter. Edward
Sanders of Los Angeles deputy
national campaign director.
escorted Carter to the meeting.
Report Ford Gaining
Among Jewish Voters
NEW YORK President
Ford is gaining the support of
those elements in the Jewish
community who previously have
backed U.S. Senators Henry M
Jackson and Hubert H.
Humphrey, according to Prof.
Israel Singer, coordinator for
Jewish affairs at the Ford
campaign.
"We have been heartened by
the solid core of support for Ford
in the Jewish community, in
particular groups who were
behind Jackson. Humphrey, and.
of course. President Nixon."
Singer said. He singled out such
groups as college youth and
senior citizens.
"THE SUPPORT for Ford
among these groups." Singer
said, "is a strong indication that
Carter's support is soft in the
Jewish community, and that
Ford is making significant
inroads in this traditional Demo-
cratic vote."
Singer, deputy chairman of
the Judaic Studies Department
at Brooklyn College of City Uni-
versity of New York, said that
he had been speaking before
Jewish groups across New York
State, and has found that
"people were turning away from
Carter because of his in-
experience in foreign affairs
People have been telling me. if
Carter lakes a Stand on Israel.
can you rely on such a statement
with no experience or record to
back it up?' "
Carter has been promising
"tremendous things for the
Jewish community." according
to Singer.
"BUT CARTER has never
had to deliver in the context of
American government and inter
national relations. Although
President Ford has not totally
fulfilled one's fullest hopes, he
has been within the reality of
international relations, and has
delivered."
Singer noted that the Jewish
Affairs Division of the Ford
campaign has an active college
youth and senior citizen
operation.
"We have found." he said,
"that these people are en-
thusiastic about Ford, and
recognize that the President has
been a staunch, consistent and
reliable friend of the Jewish
community."
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Conservative
Rabbis Take
Part In
Conversions
The great majority of Conservative rabbis are hospjj
to. and participate in conversion programs, according!
survey recently completed, it was announced by Rabbi Su
Rabinowitz of Washington. D.C., president of the Rabb
Assembly.
With 166 of its almost 1,000 memln-rs answering!
questionnaire on conversion, the Rabbinical Assembly!
conducted by Chaplain Gary L. Atkins, now serving n|
U.S. Air Force in the Philippines, indicated that oJ
percent have positive feelings about conversion, or accept]
a valid aspect of contemporary Jewish life.
Only one of the rabbis refuses to participate in|
versions, with another two stating that they do their I
discourage individuals seeking to convert. Over 42 pern
those answering the questionnaire favor positive prograi
conversion, with an additional 50 percent accepting]
versions, particularly among intermarried couples, as ana
aspect of rabbinical life.
Daniel Patrick Moynihan. former U.S. pe
representative to the United Nations, will be the
speaker at the 31st annual Weizmann Dinner on Monda
the New York Hilton Hotel, it was announced by Stephel
Stulman. president of the American Committee for
Weizmann Institute of Science, sponsors of the dinner.
The guest of honor will be Edgar M Bronfman, chain1
and chiet executive officer of the Seagram Company. I
Bronfman is the recipient-designate ol the Weizi
Medallion, which is awarded annually at the Weizmanndi]
tor distinguished service to science. Israel and the Jet
people
Another featured speaker will !>e Pro! Michael SelaJ
sixth president ol the Weizmann Institute ol -
Rehovot, Israel.
Florida could gain $60 million a year more in federalaj
coming years because of a mid-decade census ana arJ
estimate bill, passed by the House and Senate prior tj
adjoourning in Washington last week, that will help
federal spending more accurately by providing
population information.
The measure. U.K. 11337. was introduced in the
Sen. Richard Stone and in the House of Repn^ntttMj
Hep. Patricia Srhroeder of Colorado. Rep William Lei
and Rep. Dante Fascell supported it.
H.R. 11337 mandates an accurate population count'
live years, instead of every ten. It also requires tnew
Bureau to publish estimates of total population ana
population characteristics annually where possible.
Favored Status for Rumania
WASHINGTON (JTA) With neither the House nor
the Senate taking action, the Ford Administration
automatically has become free to extend most favored nation
trade rights to Rumania until next July, the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency learned.
Under existing law. the Administration can extend trade
benefits to any country not in the European Common Market
if it adheres to limits seen as satisfactory by the
Administration on emigration and treatment ol those seeking
to emigrate provided neither the Senate nor the House takes
action against it.
Subcommittees in both Houses held hearings on the
Rumanian issue but neither afterwards called for full com-
mittees to evaluate the evidence and take action.
A check for $2,500. together with a message of m
has been delivered to the National Amocmo*]
Advancement of Colored People from the National imp.
Jewish Women. ..
Calling the $1.2 million lawsuit agains the'NAAJ
treme.ul.ms injustice." Esther R. Landa. national F^ T
the National Council of Jewish Women, i u, '
Executive Director Roy Wilkins the hope u,
organization will be successful in its struggle to sv.
could mean financial ruin if NAACP is unable to raui
money needed to post a bond required as a result -i
award arising out of the 1966 boycott in Port WDSOn.
A promising treatment for some form-- ol -kin,c,JivJ
been developed by scientists at the Hel
Hadassah Medical School. .
The therapy, developed by Prof. Adam Belderk ^
Medical Bacteriology Department, and I rot riu ^ ^
the Dematology and Venereology Department, is ^
research going on for the past eight years on
activities of cord factor.
st and w
Based on their findings. Bekierkunst
developed a killed BCG and cord factor PreP*Jjjy8il
form of an ointment which Prof. Cohen success
patients with skin tumors.
An a
Supreme
ppeal was filed last week with th
Court by the National Jewish l on Jtt>D J
and Public Affairs seeking reversal of B MB
court decision denying reimbursement t"
lor performing services mandated by tin
Sidney Kwestel, COLPA president. ^i
The case involves ,, law passed in 0fcOoS
imhursemeni to non-public schools ol the COS s ^
with state requirements for pupil attendance rePj|atnj
administration of state prepared examine ^ nublicsC
tests. These are required of both public and non-J
alike.



October 15. 1976
*Jki*iti fkriafi&n
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A Second Question for Carter
kntinued from Page 4-A
Leek in which I questioned
[^indifference to the extra-
fcuiar activites of one of his
],, Patrick Caddell. as a
CSations consultant to the
l^v ol Saudi Arabia in
Engton, I ended the column
Jthc promise of a second
lionihi-- week
Inffi SECOND question, of
. i,. i Hall
Lgider the answer- t.> both
(questions a- the litmus ol
jm voting intentions
jen Carter talk- about his
fcitiwni i" Israel's survival,
/forced wonder: survival
|hui how? My main fear is
orge Kail who will be
lying the answer.
hug. 24, Mr. Ball wrote to
.omplain about a column
had appeared in The .Jewish
Hian of Julj 9 by Victor
biH'k. retired general
L,r of the Jewish Tele-
juc Agenc) in New York, in
irgued that if
p is elected Ball might very
ecome secretary "I state to
Irtriment ol Israel
HIS article, Hienstock
Hall "one "i the country's
vocal and effective op-
ptsol an American policy of
supporl for Israel and.
kularl> of extensive
}-. ass -' im e so long as
retains control of the
tone- u occupied in the 1967
la> W ar
I Ball complains in his Aug.
V to i!!. thai statements
(lul\ .< article "do not fully
Inn posil ion He cites, for
example, alleged inaccuracies in
the article pertaining to his
position on Jerusalem which
ignores "the Jordanian Army's
seizure of the Old City in 1948
. although by UN decision
Jerusalem was to have been
internationalized, while the
Israeli liberation of the Old City
in 1967 was an aggression that
had to Ik' undone "
Not so. argues Mr. Hall in his
letter, who insists on the con-
trary that "the issue of Old
Jerusalem should be settled by
some form of international
arrangement for which a number
of formulas have been Certainly, this is not a
rebuttal calculated to appease
the fears of anyone ardently
interested in Israel's survival
nor. indeed, calculated to answer
the questions one may be en-
tertaining in one's mind as a
consequence of the unhappy
reality that Mr. Hall is a Jimmy
Carter adviser on foreign affairs
It is. in fact, precisely the
position the July 9 article at-
tributed to him.
INEVITABLY, one is forced
to wonder why Jerusalem
disturbs Mr Ball so and what
"formulas"' for "international
arrangement'' he may be
propping Jimmy Carter on at the
same time that Carter orates on
his commitment to Israel, and
Israel has served notice to the
world that Jerusalem shall never
be divided again.
Is it a Carter commitment to
the survival of Israel as. say. the
infamous Rogers Plan proposed
Israel's survival during the
Nixon years?
irael May Have Nuclear
)wer Station During '80's
JERI SAI.KM (JTA) A ministerial committee has
IhI to recommend the construction of Israel's first nuclear
F station, a 900-megawatt plant that will cost an
bed 870X1 million at current prices
Ine decision came after prolonged deliberations and is
to final approval by the National Planning and
(ruction Council and the Finance Ministry.
p APPROVED, the plant would be built during the
J the committee also recommended an option to pur-
h second nuclear reactor of the same capacity.
pen ire reportedly, three potential suppliers the
Innhous,. Co.. Babcox & Wilcox and General Electric, all
I'can firms
m Mexico Had Spat Over Aliens
kinued from Page 4-A
i Democratic Party.
ordered their secret
the dreaded DINA. to
J"P the coalition move-
["rtando Letelier was the
V e coalition leaders to
P sources say the lives of
*rs are also in danger.
*here does the United
tatoJsh- k 8ub8idi2ing
iW.lMAN: The RP"b-
|PW the Postal Service on
IT88, to"1" in 1971. They
Ihusmessmen to ^
lPo*l Service, They
>t would bring ef-
' to the mails.
delivery i8 now so in-
lL. V the Republicans
,, have turned to
1 industry to deliver their
,** .Pre8i fusing the United Parcel
lhi,pnvBte ""npany. to
[^campaign mailings.
I !!les!de1nt'!> campaign
Yet the Republicans still
wouldn't rely on the Postal
Service to deliver the campaign
mailings. When United Parcel
was struck, they arranged to
move most of it by bus.
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The issue of Jerusalem apart,
the main purpose of Mr. Ball's
Aug. 24 letter was an "in all
fairness" request for the right to
reply, which appeared three days
later in the An-. 27 edition of
The Jewish Floridian.
THE REPLY no more ap-
peases my fears than did his
letter to me itself. Referring to
M Raymond Aron's "logic of
numbers." Mr. Ball reminds us
that "3.5 million Jews confront
something in the neighborhood
Ol It") million Arabs" in the
Middle East
Furthermore, "the oil revenues
available to the Arab nations for
the purchase of arms are ex-
panding at a fantastic rate."
This means, argues Mr. Ball.
that "if Israel continues to give
the impression that it resists
serious settlement efforts." the
American people will not
provide her indefinitely with
military and economic aid at
something approximating 1976
levels (which means roughly
$700 for every man. woman and
child in Israeli."
Nor, says Mr. Ball, would
Israel be able to avoid blame in
the eves of the American people
"for renewed war and the oil
embargo that would inevitably
follow"
THESE obsen ations are what
I would call the diplomacy of
threat tricked out in the kind of
humanism such as must come
easily to Mr. Ball in his current
professional affiliation with the
Jewish firm of Lehman Brothers
one of whose late members. Sen
Herbert Lehman, would un-
doubtedly feel as uncomfortable
with them as anyone else con-
cerned with the safety of Jews
and the Jewish State.
They not only raise the specter
ol Moslem genocide. They are
also designed 111 to coerce Israeli
submission to the blackmailing
proposition that America's short
lose attached to its passion for
that fast-disappearing creature
comfort, the monster auto-
mobile, is about to explode; and
(21 to encourage the spurious
notion that the international
energy crisis is entirely the fault
of Israel.
Furthermore, these ob-
servations are at absolute
variance with Gov. Carter's
stated campaign positions
particularly the possibility of
another oil embargo, which the
Governor said, during the second
presidential debate, he would
consider "an economic act of
war" and against which he
would retaliate, if the Arabs
launched a second such round, in
total kind, not just food, but in
all manner of exports to the
Arab world.
IS THIS just Carter campaign
rhetoric to be supplanted by Mr.
Ball's diplomacy of threat should
Carter be elected?
What is Mr. Ball's solution in
the Middle East as defined by
his Aug. 27 reply in this
newspaper? It is as follows:
A settlement "must involve
the withdrawal by Israel to sub-
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Manually the borders existing
prior to the 1967 War, subject to
such minor boundary rec-
tifications as might be achieved
through negotiation" pre-
cisely what the July 9 Bienstock
column opined of him and which
Mr. Ball wrote to me misrep-
resented his real views;
The conviction that "the
longer the delay in coming to
grips with the fundamental
substantive problems prin-
cipally the Palestinian issue, the
Golan Heights and Jerusalem
the more perilous Israel's
position will become the
longer those problems are per-
mitted to fester, the greater will
be the pressures for replacing the
relatively moderate Arab leaders
by more radical leadership ."
THESE ARE heady state-
ments, but like his reference to
Jerusalem. they pose more
questions than they answer.
What are "minor boundary
rectifications"? What is "the
Palestinian issue"? Which of the
"moderate Arab leaders does he
mean Sadat, who only last
week threatened renewed war
against Israel after the American
presidential elections; Assad.
who would march on Tel Aviv
tomorrow if he could; Qaddafi,
who would set the whole of the
Middle East on fire?
In the end. I am not really
interested in Mr. Ball's argu-
ments. I have heard them a
thousand times before from a
thousand other such "friends" of
Israel.
I am only interested in Gov.
Carter's feelings about George
Ball. Is this his trusted adviser
on Middle Eastern affairs? Is it a
likelihood that Mr. Ball will
indeed be a frontrunner for
secretary of state?
WRITING OF President Ford
and his "victory" in the first
debate. I said that "he is a mere
puppet for a juggernaut" and
that his answers to questions
"would be meaningless anyway."
Ford's failure to rectify his
monumental gaffe on the
Question of Soviet domination of
Eastern Europe immediately as
he made it demonstrates the
principle. Ford as automaton is
not the President now. nor would
he be the President if reflected,
and so questions asked of him
are an irrelevancy.
But Gov. Carter is another
matter. During the second
debate, he declined to list
members of his Cabinet if he
were elected, but there is no
doubt that George Ball sits tall
in the saddle among them And
so does Patrick Caddell as at
least some sort of high
presidential aide.
What are the answers? I am
waiting.
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vjenisti fkridNaai
Friday, October 15,
On Campaign Trail
Carter Raps Blackmail Bow
BOSTON (JTA) -
Jimmy Carter has accused
the Ford Administration of
"bowing down to foreign
blackmail" by pressuring
Congress to reverse a ban
on missile sales to Saudi
Arabia and by "doing
everything in its power to
keep new anti-boycott
legislation from being
passed."
In a hard-hitting address
here to the Conference of
Presidents of Major Amer-
ican Jewish Organizations,
Carter charged the Ad-
ministration with having
"demonstrated the moral
bankruptcy of its foreign
policy twice within the
last few days."
THE FIRST instance, he said,
concerned the sale of 650
Maverick air-to-ground offensive
missiles to Saudi Arabia.
"For several weeks." he said.
"Congress has been moving
toward passage of legislation
that would ban the sale. This
legislation reflects the
responsible view that the sale of
these missiles cannot improve
the chances for peace in the
region.
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"There is no reason to think
these missiles will increase
security and stability in the
Middle East. There is no reason
to think they can be used only
for defense. There are only
reasons to fear that we will
increase the chance of conflict.
No Administration which was
sensitive to the climate in the
Middle East would let the sale
go forward."
DESPITE THIS, Carter said,
"this Administration has
pressured the Congress to
reverse the ban." He cited a
statement by Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger that Saudi
Arabia "is in a position to use its
influence ... in oil and in peace
efforts."
Carter commented that "if
that is the problem, we should
develop a vigorous energy policy
which Mr. Ford has failed to do.
We should not simply sell
weapons to get oil and risk
peace by vague threats which
the Administration is itself
perpetuating."
On anti-boycott legislation,
Carter attacked the Ad-
ministration for having "con-
sistently" opposed strong en-
forcement of the anti-boycott
laws now on the books. "And
now it is doing everything in its
power to keep needed new legis-
lation from being passed."
"I BELIEVE it is important
to have legislation which outlaws
both discrimination against
Americans on grounds of religion
or nationality and secondary
boycotts against companies
which trade with Israel. This is a
profound moral issue from which
we should not shrink," Carter
said.
"When our Administration
capitulates to pressure." Carter
added, it diminishes the chance
for peace. When it behaves in a
craven fashion, it demeans our
country in the world. When it
wantonly adds arms to Arab
countries in the Middle East
without limit of quantity or
quality, it undermines our com-
mitment to Israel."
Carter also said that the Ad
ministration's actions show that
the Ford foreign policy has "lost
all pretense of morality. When
they sell missiles to buy oil. they
have lost the sense of what our
nation stands for. It is not the
way we will negotiate when a
new Administration restores a
sense of purpose to our foreign
policy."
ABOUT 350 Jewish leaders
jammed the room during his 20-
minute speech and the 20-minute
question and answer period that
followed. Later Carter posed for
photographs with the heads of
Presidents Conference con-
stituent organizations.
Leaders of the American
Jewish Press Association at-
tended the session at the in-
vitation of Rabbi Alexander M.
Schindler. chairman of the Presi-
dents Conference, who presided
and introduced Carter Edward
Sanders of Los Angeles, deputy
national campaign director.
escorted Carter to the meeting.
Report Ford Gaining
Among Jewish Voters
NEW YORK President
Ford is gaining the support of
those elements in the Jewish
community who previously have
backed U.S. Senators Henry M.
Jackson and Hubert H.
Humphrey, according to Prof.
Israel Singer, coordinator for
Jewish affairs at the Ford
campaign.
"We have been heartened by
the solid core of support for Ford
in the Jewish community, in
particular groups who were
behind Jackson, Humphrey, and,
of course, President Nixon,"
Singer said. He singled out such
groups as college youth and
senior citizens.
"THE SUPPORT for Ford
among these groups," Singer
said, "is a strong indication that
Carter's support is soft in the
Jewish community, and that
Ford is making significant
inroads in this traditional Demo-
cratic vote."
Singer, deputy chairman of
the Judaic Studies Department
at Brooklyn College of City Uni-
versity of New York, said that
he had been speaking before
Jewish groups across New York
State, and has found that
"people were turning away from
Carter because of his in-
experience in foreign affairs
People have been telling me. If
Carter takes a stand on Israel.
can you rely on such a statement
with no experience or record to
back it up?'
Carter has been promising
"tremendous things for the
Jewish community," according
to Singer.
"BUT CARTER has never
had to deliver in the context of
American government and inter
national relations. Although
President Ford has not totally
fulfilled one's fullest hopes, he
has been within the reality of
international relations, and has
delivered."
Singer noted that the Jewish
Affairs Division of the Ford
campaign has an active college
youth and senior citizen
operation.
"We have found." he said,
"that these people are en-
thusiastic about Ford, and
recognize that the President has
been a staunch, consistent and
reliable friend of the Jewish
community."
Favored Status for Rumania
WASHINGTON (JTA) With neither the House nor
the Senate taking action, the Ford Administration
automatically has become free to extend most favored nation
trade rights to Rumania until next July, the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency learned.
Under existing law. the Administration can extend trade
benefits to any country not in the European Common Market
if it adheres to limits seen as satisfactory by the
Administration on emigration and treatment of those seeking
to emigrate provided neither the Senate nor the House takes
action against it.
Subcommittees in both Houses held hearings on the
Rumanian issue but neither afterwards called for full com-
mittees to evaluate the evidence and take action.
ifrnTMnrntmiiiiinmiiiiimiiiiiii
Conservative /^^^h.
Rabbis Take |^M I
Part In W$i^
Conversions ^mi^
The great majority of Conservative rabbis are hospjtj
to. and participate in conversion programs, according 3
survey recently completed, it was announced by Rabbi Stall
Rabinowitz of Washington. D.C., president of the Rabbh3
Assembly.
With 166 of its almost 1,000 members answering!
questionnaire on conversion, the Rabbinical Assembly sun]
conducted by Chaplain Gary L. Atkins, now serving in 1
U.S. Air Force in the Philippines, indicated that over!
percent have positive feelings about conversion, or accept itl
a valid aspect of contemporary Jewish life.
Only one of the rabbis refuses to participate in J
versions, with another two stating that they do their best!
discourage individuals seeking to convert. Over 42 percentl
those answering the questionnaire favor positive programs!
conversion, with an additional 50 percent accepting cj
versions, particularly among intermarried couples, as anorJ
aspect of rabbinical life.
Daniel Patrick Moynihan. former l.S permanJ
representative to the United Nations, will In- the ma]
speaker at the 31st annual Weizmann Dinner on Monday!
the New York Hilton Hotel, it was announced by Stephen I
Stulman, president of the American Committee for J
Weizmann Institute of Science, sponsors of the dinner.
The guest of honor will Im' Edgar M. Bronfman. chairnJ
and chief executive officer of the Seagram Company, 1.1
Bronfman is the recipient-designate of the Weizmal
Medallion, which is awarded annually at the Wei/manndinJ
for distinguished service to science. Israel and the Jew!
people.
Another featured speaker will 1h' Prof. Michael St-la. t!
sixth president of the Wei/.mann Institute ol Science!
RellOVOt, Israel.
Florida could gain 860 million a year more in federal aid J
coming years because of a mid-decade census and annul
estimate bill, passed by the House and Senate prior to I
adjoourning in Washington last week, that will help largl
federal spending more accurately by providing betul
population information.
The measure. 11.11. 11337, was introduced in the Senate!
Sen Richard Stone and in the House of Representatives I
Hep Patricia Schroeder of Colorado. Rep. William Lehml
and Hep. Dante Kascell supported it.
11.R. 11337 mandates an accurate population count ewl
five years, instead of every ten. It also requires the Censi
Bureau to publish estimates of total population and othl
population characteristics annually where possible
A check for $2,500, together with a message of suppol
has been delivered to the National VSSOI Ition for
Advancement of Colored People from the National Council!
Jewish Women.
Calling the $1.2 million lawsuit against the \ A AC P j
tremendous injustice, Esther R. l.anda. national president!
the National Council ol Jewish Women, expressed to NA-Mj
Executive Director Roy Wilkins the hope that J
organization will be successful in its struggle I ''":
could mean financial ruin if NAACP is unable to **!
money needed to post a bond required as a result of thecml
award arising out of the 1966 boycott in Port Gibson. MM I
A promising treatment for some forms of skin l.',,nt'e'sJl
been developed by scientists at the Hebrew I niversi|
Hadassah Medical School. J
The therapy, developed bv Prof. Adam Bekierkunst oKi
Medical Bacteriology Department, and Prof. HainiloWJl
the Dematology and Venereology Department, is lhe ref J
research going on for the past eight years on the bid IP1
activities of cord factor. J
Based on their findings, Bekierkunst and <-"|
developed a killed BCG and cord factor preparation vm
form of an ointment which Prof. Cohen successfully M
patients with skin tumors.
An appeal was filed last week with th( '! SJj
Supreme Court bv the National Jewish Con ''"J
and Public Affairs seeking reversal of a M ."Jl
court decision deriving reimbursement to n> ?'7J
for performing services mandated by the state accoraw|
Sidney Kwestel. COLPA president. J
nvolvea a law passed in 1971 |"'"vuil"fJ
reimbursement to non-public schools of the costs of COtDP-J
with state requirements for pupil attendance 'P,r,in,:' ^J
administration of state prepared examination- suchj" *a
tests I hese are required of both public and non-public*
alike.


October 15. 1976
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Page 13-A
jjOjjggPLjg
A Second Question for Carter
Continued from Page 4-A
, week in which I questioned
Vl indifference to the extra-
mcuiar activites of one of his
liides Patrick Caddell. as a
(lie relations consultant to the
Ct,,_v of Saudi Arabia in
Chington, I ended the column
the promise of a second
hation this week
11IK SECOND question, of
i, rgi Ball.
I :: answers to both
.questions as the litmus of
(own voting intentions
, I arter talks about his
nitmeni to Israel's survival,
forced i" wonder: survival
i but how'.1 My main fear is
[ v Hall who will be
plying the answer
[In \Ug -: M""- Ball wrote to
to complain about a column
It had appeared in The Jewish
Indian of July 9 by Victor
k k, retired general
inager "t the Jewish Tele-
Lphii' AgenC) in New York, in
Bienstock argued that if
Jter is elected, Hall might very
I cretary of state to
I detriment ol Israel
N HIS article, Bienstock
|y Ball one ol the country's
vocal and effective op-
in \merican policy <>t
out support tor Israel and,
Itieularly, of extensive
litan assistance so long as
retains control of the
i i upied in the 1967
k-Daj Wai
lr. Ball complains in his Aug.
letter to me thai statements
Ithi' lul\ 9 article "do not fully
ate mj position." He cites, for
example, alleged inaccuracies in
the article pertaining to his
position on Jerusalem which
ignores "the Jordanian Army's
seizure of the Old City in 1948
. although by UN decision
Jerusalem was to have been
internationalized. while the
Israeli liberation of the Old City
in 19 had to be undone."
Not so. argues Mr. Hall in his
letter, who insists on the con-
trary that "the issue of Old
Jerusalem should be settled by
Borne form of international
arrangement for which a number
of formulas have been devised."
Certainly, this is not a
rebuttal calculated to appease
the fears of anyone ardently
interested in Israel's survival
nor. indeed, calculated to answer
the questions one may be en-
tertaining in one's mind as a
consequence of the unhappy
reality that Mr Hall is a Jimmy
Carter adviser on foreign affairs
It is. in fact, precisely the
position the July 9 article at-
tributed to him.
INEVITABLY, one is forced
to wonder why Jerusalem
disturbs Mr Hall so and what
"formulas'' for "international
arrangement"' be may be
prepping Jimmy Carter on at the
same time thai Carter orates on
his commitment to Israel, and
Israel has served notice to the
world that Jerusalem shall never
!>e divided again.
Is it a Carter commitment to
the survival of Israel as. say. the
infamous Rogers Plan proposed
Israel's survival during the
Nixon years?
|Israel May Have Nuclear
Power Station During '80's
II IM SALEM IJTA) A ministerial committee has
aded in recommend the construction of Israel's lirst nuclear
ii ion. a 900-megawatt plant thai will cost an
finmtnl S700 million at current prices
The decision came alter prolonged deliberations and is
Pject to final approval by the National Planning and
nstruction Council and the Finance Ministry.
H' APPROVED, the plant would be built during the
Tin committee also recommended an option to pur-
}- B second nuclear reactor of the same capacity.
There ire reportedly, three potential suppliers the
stinghouse Co.. Babcox & Wilcox and General Electric, all
rWican firms.
J.S., Mexico Had Spat Over Aliens
otinued from Page 4-A
Kian Democratic Party.
to.v ordered their secret
* the dreaded DINA. to
up the coalition move-
Orlando Letelier was the
I of the coalition leaders to
J <*>r sources say the lives of
[others are also in danger.
where does the United
.f stand? It is subsidizing
[awatorship.
RD'S MAN: The Repub-
u.Put the Postal Service on
Jness basis in 1971. They
businessmen to manage
Postal Service. They
PM it would bring ef-
*<* to the mails.
delivery is now so in-
\ that the Republicans
ves have turned to
LI6 mdu8try to deliver their
fP^gn mail. President Ford
jwn using the United Parcel
tarh" pnvate company, to
I nis campaign mailings.
i.i President's campaign
huv.*?8 held up ya strike
nal are stacked up in the
^fooms of Ford head-
Yet the Republicans still
wouldn't rely on the Postal
Service to deliver the campaign
mailings. When United Parcel
was' struck, they arranged to
move most of it by bus.
Hans H. Marcuseg
Louis Witkin
To assure you of a !
superb social event g
Bar Mitzvah. Wedding
Anniversary Party.
The issue of Jerusalem apart,
the main purpose of Mr. Hall's
Aug. 24 letter was an "in all
fairness'' request for the right to
reply, which appeared three days
later in the Ai"-. 27 edition of
The Jewish Floridian.
THE REPLY no more ap-
peases my fears than did his
letter to me itself. Referring to
\! Raymond Aron's "logic of
numbers." Mr Hall reminds us
thai "3.6 million Jews confront
something in the neighborhood
of 100 million Arabs" in the
Middle East
Furthermore, "the oil revenues
available to the Arab nations for
the purchase of arms are ex-
panding at a fantastic rate."
This means, argues Mr. Hall.
that if Israel continues to give
the impression that it resists
serious settlement efforts." the
American people will not
provide her indefinitely with
military and economic aid at
something approximating 1976
levels (which means roughly
$700 for every man. woman and
child in Israel)."
Nor. Bays Mr. Hall, would
Israel be able to avoid blame in
the eyes of the American people
"for renewed war and the oil
embargo that would inevitably
follow. "
THESE observations are what
I would call the diplomacy of
threat tricked out in the kind of
humanism such as must come
easily to Mr. Hall in his current
professional affiliation with the
Jewish firm of Lehman Brothers,
one of whose late members. Sen.
Herbert Lehman, would un-
doubtedly feel as uncomfortable
with them as anyone else con-
cerned with the safety of Jews
and the Jewish State.
They not only raise the specter
of Moslem genocide. They are
also designed (1) to coerce Israeli
submission to the blackmailing
proposition that America's short
fuse attached to its passion for
that fast-disappearing creature
comfort, the monster auto-
mobile, is about to explode; and
(2) to encourage the spurious
notion that the international
energy crisis is entirely the fault
of Israel.
Furthermore. these ob-
servations are at absolute
variance with Gov. Carter's
stated campaign positions
particularly the possibility of
another oil embargo, which the
Governor said, during the second
presidential debate, he would
consider "an economic act of
war" and against which he
would retaliate, if the Arabs
launched a second such round, in
total kind, not just food, but in
all manner of exports to the
Arab world.
IS THIS just Carter campaign
rhetoric to be supplanted by Mr.
Balls diplomacy of threat should
Carter be elected?
What is Mr. Ball's solution in
the Middle East as defined by
his Aug. 27 reply in this
newspaper? It is as follows:
A settlement "must involve
the withdrawal by Israel to sub-
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prior to the 1967 War. subject to
such minor boundary rec-
tifications as might be achieved
through negotiation" pre-
cisely what the July 9 Bienstock
column opined of him and which
Mr. Ball wrote to me misrep-
resented his real views:
9 The conviction that "the
longer the delay in coming to
grips with the fundamental
substantive problems prin-
cipally the Palestinian issue, the
(iolan Heights and Jerusalem
the more perilous Israel's
position will become the
longer those problems are per-
mitted to fester, the greater will
lie the pressures for replacing the
relat ively moderate Arab leaders
by more radical leadership ."
THESE ARE heady state-
ments, but like his reference to
Jerusalem. they pose more
questions than they answer.
What are "minor boundary
rectifications'".' What is "the
Palestinian issue"? Which of the
"moderate" Arab leaders does he
mean Sadat, who only last
week threatened renewed war
against Israel after the American
presidential elections; Assad,
who would march on Tel Aviv
tomorrow if he could; Qaddafi.
who would set the whole of the
Middle East on fire?
In the end. I am not really
interested in Mr. Ball's argu-
ments. I have heard them a
thousand times before from a
thousand other such "friends" of
Israel.
I am only interested in Gov.
Carter's feelings about George
Ball. Is this his trusted adviser
on Middle Eastern affairs? Is it a
likelihood that Mr. Ball will
indeed be a frontrunner for
secretary of state?
WRITING OF President Pord
and his "victory" in the first
debate. I said that "he is a mere
puppet for a juggernaut" and
that his answers to questions
"would be meaningless anyway."
Ford's failure to rectify his
monumental gaffe on the
question of Soviet domination of
Eastern Europe immediately as
he made it demonstrates the
principle. Ford as automaton is
not the President now. nor would
he be the President if reelected.
and so questions asked of him
are an irrelevancy.
But Gov. Carter is another
matter. During the second
debate, he declined to list
members of his Cabinet if he
were elected, but there is no
doubt that George Ball sits tall
in the saddle among them. And
so does Patrick Caddell as at
least some sort of high
presidential aide.
What are the answers? I am
waiting.
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Physical Pitnssa
JEFFERYSCHIFF
Aleg into physical fitness on a
more temperate scale are some
new member*- of The Courts of
Lazarus Pines Tennis Club
Harold and Paula Barr. Edward
and Jerilvn Boshnick. Peter and
Lee Brooke Dr Pred Chamuel
and wife Marlene. Kdward and
Belle I>ernis. Joseph and Susan
Krau. David and Donna Irvine.
Dr Kay I.opez and wife Patricia.
Robert and Jane Mallow. Donald
and Gloria Riskind. Larry and
Ellen Schatz. Robert and Sally
Stern. RUiott and Barbara
Wasserman. Dr. Noel Zusmer
and wife Roxanne.
Amateur horticulturists at
Torah Academy of South Florida
in North Miami Beach growing
and distributing etrog plant
seedlings for Sukkot.
South Florida Division of the
National Psoriasis Foundation
boasts a board made up (in parti
of Lester Friedman, Ruth New-
man. Carol Jones, Terry
Freedman, Harriet Levine and
Roberta Levensoo.
Special birthdays and Bar
Mitzvaha: Jonathan Goldman
celebrated his Bar Mitzvah at
the Kotel, the Western Wall, in
Jerusalem Twins Barbara
and Bruce Priest were feted by
their mother Anita on the oc-
casion of their 29th birthday at
the Palm Bay Club Cele-
brating four score years and ten
Community Corner
RABBI and MRS STANLEY BERT WEN-
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fact tha-
throughout the world as far as
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re the leaden in
'.munities who are
concerned with the
al and continuity of the
ilture that has dom-
inated Jewish life throughout the
world for over BOO years, and
greatly contributed to Jewish
thought
Among the resolut.
adopted were li To embark on
an extensive educational pro-
gram to draw youth into active
participation in conserving the
Yiddish heritage: 2i To establish
and strengthen the present
existing publishing houses and
to assist in publishing books and
help in their distribution: 3l To
establish a commission to
LEON Z. SEGAL
further the translation of books
from Yiddish into Hebrew and
from Hebrew into Yiddish land
English); 4( To establish a
Yiddish-Art Theater" whose
center should be in Jerusalem,
and perform at Jewish com-
munities throughout the world:
5| To support and assist the
Yiddish Daily Press and other
periodicals struggling for their
existence: and 6) To establish
Yiddish schools.
The festive closing session was
addressed by the former Prime
Minister. Mrs. Golda Meir. and
all were impressed by her
historical and emotional ex-
CANTOR JACK RUBIN
Jack Rubin has officially been
installed as Cantor at Temple
Zamora.
Cantor Rubin has been
brought up in a cantorial family
The traditional liturgy by which
he has been surrounded during
his childhood has instilled a
great love for it and he has been
Dg er -:nce.
He has been a very' active
member of Temple Zamora for
the past 24 years, serving as
chairman of various fund-raising
functions. corresponding
secretary and vice president of
the Men's Club. Presently he is
chairman of the Religious Com-
mittee and vice president of the
temple.
Up and Coining this winter:
The Second Annual Inter
national Health. Diet and
Physical Fitness Show in
December.
A group from University of
Miami lunching at Sateh House
discussed plans for the Uni-
versity's upcoming 50th anni-
versary celebration at the old
North Campus site in Coral
Gables The date is Oct. 15 for
the affair, with cocktails and
dinner and a chance to stroll
through the old "Cardboard
College." Latter will be a three-
story replica of the old building,
since torn down, constructed bv
drama department students.
HURRAY C BERKOWITZ and REP ALAN BECKER
Talmudic College Holds
Third Annual Banquet
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Deutch. Mr and Mrs
F.del*te:r. Mr and Ml
Mr ar.d Mrs
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Mr arid Mrs
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and Mr* Tib. H Si
and Mrs Jack t*
Academy Women
Schedule Events
Thi
will
meeting on Wedn. -
at 10 30 am in the W01
Auditorium of the Merwitzer
Building.
\ short busa .: -ind
an All Games Afternoon will
follow the Board me
p.m. Refreshment* will be
d.
Proceeds from Games Daj will
ward support of t hi
Are You Concerned About:
The Elderly
E.R.A.
Consumer Rights
Utility Bills
Gun Control
Arab Boycott

Nursing
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Friday. October 16, 1976
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EDYTH H. GEIGER
LILLIAN KRONISH
American Friends Women
To Hear Edyth Geiger Speak
Edyth H. Geiger, a member of
the Irael Civil Guard who just
returned from a six-month
survey mission to Israel, will be
the K'uest speaker Wednesday.
Oct 20, at a meeting of the
Women's Division of the Amer-
ican Friends of the Hebrew
Univi rsity.
The 11:45 a.m. session at the
Mont mart re Hotel, Miami
Beach, is open to the general
public, but reservations are
required. They may be made at
the American Friends office.
Lillian Kronish. president of
the women's division which
supports the Hebrew University
of .Jerusalem, said Mrs. Geiger
spent the past several months in
Safad. Israel, which is less than
an hour's automobile ride from
thret borders Jordan. Syria
and Lebanon. As a member of
the Israel Civil Guard, she
worked with young Israeli
soldiers in the Golan Heights
and Galilee areas.
Ida Chinsky, cultural chair-
man of the American Friends
unit, will speak on "The Jew and
His Role Through History."
Florence D. Feldman. director of
the women's division, is co-
ordinating the luncheon.
Members of the committee,
announced by Mrs. Kronish.
include Thelma Anton. Florence
Becker. Viola Charcowsky. Ida
Chinsky. Ida Cohn. Lillian
Kronheim. Rose Hochstim. Rose
Fleischer, Ida R. I,ear. Isabelle
Fogler. Annette Harris. Ceil
Hecker. Flma Kaufman. Helen
Lipson. Sonia Meisel. Blanche
Meisel. Esther Ponve. Irene
Rockowski. Carrie Rosen. Ruth
Schaffzin and Lillian Simonhoff.
JWV Auxiliary Head
To Make Oficial Visits
Belle Swartz. president of the
Ladies Auxiliary. Department of
Florida. Jewish War Veterans of
the United States, has an-
nounced that her activities for
the coming week will include an
official visit to the West Palm
Reach Auxiliary No. 408 on
Wednesday. Oct. 20.
There she will attend an
luncheon in her honor at the
Ramada Inn. Guests will include
Rose Schorr, past national presi-
dent and the Department s
insurance chairman: Barbara
Sherry. Friendship Gavel chair-
man; Ceil Zucker. immediate
past Department president; and
Mae Schreiber. chaplain for the
Department.
On Thursday. Oct. 21, at 7:30
p.m. Mrs Swartz will visit the
newly instituted Post and
Auxiliary No. 265 in Deerfield
Beach to install the new officers.
New officers include Doris
Boxer, president. Ruth
Levinson. senior vice president;
Mary Levenson. junior vice
president: Frieda Yager,
treasurer; Rose Wiland.
chaplain: Irene Pinsky. con-
ductress: Mollie Preston,
patriotic instructor; Bertha
Raphalson. recording secretary;
Fay Gottlieb, financial sec-
retary; and Henrietta Raizen.
guard.
Mrs Billie Kern, past national
president and Department of
Florida organizer will be the
Mistress of Ceremonies.
Sylvia Liebman. president of
Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary-
No. 174: Ruth Stark, president
of the North Shore Auxiliary No.
677; and Bessie Gibber, presi-
dent of Miami Beach Auxiliary-
No. 330. will present gifts to the
new Auxiliary.
Past Department President
Sally Levy will make a personal
president's presentation.
BB Lodge to Hear Gold
The Hawaiian Gardens Lodge
of B'nai B'rith will present
Milton Gold, chairman of the
National Administrative Board
of the Zionist Organization of
America, as keynote speaker on
Thursday. Oct. 21.
The meeting will be held at the
Lauderhill Middle _School in
Lauderdale Lakes at 7:30 p.m.
The Financial Federal Show-
case Symphony Orchestra will
accompany the scholarship
winners of the Financial Federal
Musical Showcase at a free
public concert in the Miami
ach Theater for the Per-
forming Arts on Oct. 17 at 8
p.m.
The orchestra, which draws its
members from the Miami Phil-
harmonic and the Fort Lauder-
dale Symphony Orchestra, is
directed and conducted by
Laurence Siegel.
four music students were
selected from almost 100 ap-
plicants to receive a $1,000
scholarship through the Show-
^e. Each of these winners will
compete for an additional $2,000
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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
,49 Number 42 C Frtd K Shoch*- Fr""v- Oct. iw Miami, Florida Friday, October 15, 1976
Ibv Mail 50 Cents Two sections I price 25 cents
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[In Hebron
FFesf /few* |
\problems Seem |
To Multiply
9- A
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More Violence .
Cooling Tempers
JERUSALEM (JTA)
The ugly events in
Hebron over the Yom
Sippur weekend have
brought into sharp focus
he long smoldering prob-
lem of Jewish-Arab re-
ations on the West Bank.
If anything, they have
gardened opnions among
hose Israelis who believe
|he government must be
crupulously even-handed
lid others who insist that
Jewish rights are para-
mount and that the Arabs
bust be dealt with harshly,
effect. "taught a
sson.'*
THE WIDE gap between
jhawks" and "doves"' has
lerious political ramifications.
[specially with national elections
kie to be held next year.
I The government has been
jalking a tightrope, firmly
utting down Arab rioting on
he Wesl Hank, while at the
pme time, restricting Jewish
rcess to towns like Hebron
|hich contain shrines holy to
ugknis Jews and Moslems
ike.
The government's hope is to
|roid violence between Jews and
Continued on Page 15-A
Lie Detector Tests to Determine Who
Leaked Secrets to Press
By DAVID LANDAU And GIL SEDAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Cabinet decided here
that senior officials of the Prime Minister's Office, the
Defense Ministry and the Foreign Ministry must take lie
detector tests to help trace the source of a leak to the
press of a "top secret" document relating to the current
U.S.-Israeli dispute over oil drilling in the eastern sector
of the Gulf of Suez.
ELIE WIESEL
UNESCO Urged
Stop Being
Political
By EDWIN EYTAN
PARIS (JTA) Some 160
prominent scientists, writers and
intellectuals from 25 countries
called on UNESCO and other
specialized international agencies
to stop the politization of their
organizations and anti- Israel
discrimination.
This call was addressed to
such bodies as the World Helath
Organization, the International
Labor Office and the United
Nations Educational. Scientific
and Cultural Organization
(UNESCO) after a one-day
conference.
AMONG THE participants
were Nobel Prize winners such as
Prof. Christian Anfinsen, Werner
Forssmann. Andre Lwoff and
Continued on Page 2-A
{Argentine Official Sounds
[Off on Jewish Community
ByASHKRMIBASHAN
BUENOS AIRES -
JTA) Interior Minister
fen. Albano E. Barguin-
fguy has assured the
Jewish community that
[adverse opinions" re-
ading its solidarity and
evotion to Israel are not
red by the Argentine
overnment and people.
"I am convinced that the
M'gentinian Jews are very
Nh aware which are the
"its between filial de-
Dtion (to Israel) and our
uties as Argentine citi-
P?s and only a mis-
wvous reading of these
its could cause critical
Figments," he said.
[BARGUINDEGUY's com-
fnts were published in the
[*'sh weekly, Mundo Israelite
>e form of responses to
P*n questions submitted to
1 Minister by the editors.
|The interview was clearly
ended to elicit the govem-
s attitude toward the Jew-
ish community which has
become increasingly concerned
over the upsurge of anti-Semitic
propaganda and vandalism by
right-wing groups and charges of
dual loyalty leveled against Ar-
gentine Jews who support Israel
Asked if the government
agreed with the "calumny" that
Argentine Jews are outside the
mainstream of the country. Har-
guindeguy replied:
"The government has at no
moment whatever questioned the
Jewish community. The only
enemies of the country are cor-
ruption and subversion. If I
make a suggestion. I would say
the Jewish community should
show and make known the
freedom within which they
develop. Thus, they will counter-
act tendentious reports from
abroad which attempt to insist
Continued on Page 6-A
The polygraph test was
proposed by Justice Min-
ister Haim Zadok and ac-
cepted by the Cabinet
which is deeply concerned
over the "plague of leaks."
THE CLASSIFIED docu
ment. published in Haaretz last
week, was a report by Dr. Meir
Rosenne, legal advisor to the
Foreign Ministry, which said
that the company prospecting
for oil in the Gulf was an
Egyptian subsidiary of the
American Amoco Oil Co., and
not an American-registered firm.
This disclosure could have
legal complications with respect
to Israel's negotiations with the
U.S. over the oil drilling as well
Continued on Page 6-A
W. German Elections
Yield No Political Changes
HELMUT SCHMIDT
By JON FEDLER and TOM SEGEV
BONN (JTA) Chancellor Helmut Schmidt's re-
election by a slim eight-seat majority in the West
German Parliament is expected to bring no change in
Bonn's policies toward Israel.
Schmidt's Social-Demo-
cratic Partv (SDP) and its
coalition partner, the Free
Democratic Party (FDP).
headed by Foreign Min-
ister Hans Dietrich
Genscher. won 252 seats.
The opposition Christian
Democratic Union-
Christian Social Union
(CDU-CSU) won 244 seats.
Schmidt and Genscher
pledged to continue their
alliance for another four
years starting Dec. 14.
ISRAELI AND Jewish
sources in Bonn had expected no
change in Middle East policy no
matter who won. As Dr. Nahum
Goldmann, president of the
World Jewish Congress and a
longtime student of German
politics, said recently: "Ger-
many will continue to follow
more or less the same lines of
even-handed policy, no matter
who wins the election."
Things weren't always this
way. The predecessor of the
present government, the CDU.
under the late Chancellor Konrad
Adenauer, conducted a policy of
strong and unambiguous moral
and material support for Israel,
based on the acknowledged guilt
of the Germans for Nazi per-
secution of European Jewry.
When Bonn formally recog-
nized Jerusalem in 1965. 10 Arab
states broke off diplomatic
relations in protest.
Continued on Page 2-A
Red Armu Hem
Col. Davidovich Buried in Israel
JERUSALEM (JTA) A funeral service with full
military honors was held here for Col. Yefim Davidovich, a
much decorated hero of the Red Army during World War II,
who died in Minsk six months ago after a long, futile struggle
to obtain a visa to emigrate to Israel.
Davidovich's remains reached Israel last week for
reburial. His widow, daughter and grandson arrived here
earlier Hundreds of olim from the Soviet Union, war veterans
and a crack paratroop unit attended the services at the Mount
of Olives Cemetery to pay final tribute to the soldier who did
Continued on Page 6-A
I Shadu Deal?
| Bank Nominee |
| Being Probled |
By Police
By DAVID LANDAU
JERUSALEM (JTA) -
The man nominated to become
the new Governor of the Bank of
Israel, Asher Yadlin. is under in-
vestigation by a special police
task force following a spate of
rumors and allegations linking
his name to illegal currency
transactions and other shady
deals.
Yadlin himself has denied all
of the charges and has counter-
charged that political and other
opponents of his appointment
have sought to frame him. The
appointment is to take effect
Nov. 1.
ACCORDING to press
reports, Premier Yitzhak Rabin.
Finance Minister Yehoshua
Rabinowitz and Justice Minister
Chaim Zadok are personally
following the course of the police
investigation which was ordered
by Attorney General Aharon
Barak.
They are hopeful that the
affair can be brought to a fast
and happy conclusion, with the
allegations proving unfounded so
that the new appointment, and
the Labor Party's broader
image, are not jeopardized.
Rabin refused to refer to the
Continued on Page 8-A
Continued on r.Bt~ ^_^ # !_ A 1_ Tl *
Koenig Memo Emphasizes Anti-Arab Bias
By DAVID EPPEL
Israel's historic Galilee
area home for Israeli
Jews and Arabs alike
was the center of a bitter
controversy when news
was leaked of a memo-
randum prepared by a local
civil servant. The issue
created international head-
lines and local observers
believed that Israel's true
policy toward the Arab
minority was being
distorted.
The man behind the
storm is Yisrael Koenig,
representative in the
Northern District for the
Ministry of the Interior.
The document he prepared
argued that within two
Continued on Page 15-A


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Friday, October 15,
No Political Changes in Bonn
Continued from Page 1-A
THIS LED to a vacuum in the
West German government's
Middle East policy, since Bonn
for its part refused to establish
relations with any country
Arab or other which had dip-
lomatic ties with East Germany.
The SDP-FDP coalition which
came to power in 1969 continued
to uphold the 'special relation-
ship" established by Adenauer
and the late David Ben Gurion.
but introduced the concept of
"neutrality" toward Mideast
issues as a whole.
There were strong economic
motives for this approach. East
German promises of aid to the
Arabs had not materialized. By
contrast. Arab-West German
trade had expanded to the point
where the Federal Republic was
the Arabs' most important
trading partner after France.
THE ARABS, like Israel,
hoped Germany would use its
strong influence in the European
Economic Community to press
for preferential trade agree-
ments. And with Germany's
likely entry into the United
Nations, both sides saw benefits
in resuming relationships.
In spite of occasional setbacks
in German-Israel relations
especially after the massacre of
Israeli athletes at the Olympic
Games in Munich in 1972 and
in spite of a vast increase in
German-Arab trade in the past
five years and German de-
pendence on Arab oil imports,
ties with Israel have perhaps
never been better than they are
today.
Israeli Foreign Minister Yigal
Allon visited Germany (in-
cluding Berlin) five times in the
past 15 months and several
German and Israeli Cabinet min-
isters and other delegations have
exchanged visits.
THE FLOOD of telegrams
and donations received by the
Israeli Embassy in Bonn after
Israel's daring Entebbe raid
testifies to the deep public
sympathy for Israel.
Israeli dependence on Ger-
many results partly from the
fact that the Federal Republic
the economic giant of Europe
is its second biggest supplier of
goods and its third biggest
UNESCO Urged To
Stop Political Activity
Continued from Page 1-A
Carl Cori; labor leaders, in-
cluding a vice president of the
AFL-CIO, Albert Shanker, and
writers and philosophers such as
Simone de Beauvoir and Herbert
Gold.
The conference was held a few
weeks before the UNESCO
General Conference opens in
Nairobi, Kenya. That conference
will consider Israel's application
to join the European Regional
Group.
Observers close to the in-
ternational symposium said they
were hopeful Israel's application
to rejoin UNESCO's work will be
successful. The sources said that
several countries previously
uncertain of their vote, now
intend to support Israel's ad-
mission to the European
Regional Group.
FORMER ISRAELI Foreign
Minister Abba Eban said: "I
Iruin
W.Kotz
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urge the intellectual community
to declare its non-cooperation
with any organization which
violates its own constitution by
discrimination. If the UN held a
conference on locust plagues the
participants would adopt a
resolution against Zionism and
leave the locusts intact."
He added, "We urge the Arab
states to regard the United
Nations as the appropriate area
of struggle and to allow the
humanitarian enterprises of the
specialized agencies to be carried
on."
Elie Wiesel suggested a
second, and real UNESCO, true
to its original charter, be started.
He urged intellectuals the world
over to cooperate with the new
body he suggested by estab-
lished. No other speaker,
however. followed his
suggestion.
PROF. RAYMOND Aron,
French philosopher and political
writer, warned. "We should not
imagine that the efforts to
manipulate the UN agencies will
vanish by magic.
"We must defend these or-
ganizations against the states
which want to manipulate
them."
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SINCE THE oil crisis of late
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Dan B. Ruskin,
Prominent Miamian,
Dead at Age 77
*MniHk>rkiirrj
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Terrorist Seized at BG Airport
Dan B Ruskin. a prominent
business and civic leader, died
Sunday at Mount Sinai Medical
Center, a hospital he helped
build lie was 77.
Mr. Ruskin was a business-
man and developer as well as
leader of Jewish causes and
organizations.
He was born in Brooklyn,
pj.Y and attended St. Lawrence
University in Canton. N.Y. After
moving to Miami in 1924, he
became a co-owner of the Scott
Perrv Corp. a Miami firm that
built thousands of homes in the
1930s and '40s. During World
War II hi company built
government housing for workers
I in Savannah. Ga.. and New
I Orleans
MR, Rl'SKIN became a co-
owner <>f Alfred Death) and Co.,
a building materials firm. The
company was sold to Maule
Industries He was a co-owner,
with hi- brother-in-law. Max
Orovitz, ol the Public Gas Co.
for 22 years until selling it to
Southeastern Public Service Co.
I in 1961
In the 1950s, Mr Ruskin was
Iinvolved in Jewish charitable
| organizations
He was chairman of the
(development fund for Mount
ISinai Medical Center. He became
la life-member of Mount Sinai's
Ibnard ol trustees as well as an
officer ol the Center. He was a
Imemhcr ol the board of the
Jew^h lb me tor the Aged, the
chairman ol the Combined
Appeal for many years, a
temple Israel of
Greater Miami, and a member of
the hoard of directors of the
Miami Jewish Feder-
ation He ;ilso served as chair-
nan ol fund-raising campaigns
for mans of these organizations.
Tic was president of the Rusoro
Corp, which owned and
nanaged the Miami Colonial
Hotel
J DURING THE 1950s, Mr
luskin and his syndicate of
fcvestors, known as the Israel-
jjiami Group, financed the dis-
Overv of the first oil field in
ferael The group also purchased
p Dan Hotel and developed it
po the biggest hotel chain in
neL
Mr Ruskin served on the
fitizens Hoard of the University
\ Miami, the Crime Commission
Greater Miami, and as a
mor of the Sun Bank of Bal
[arbour He was a councilman
- two years in Bay Harbor
ands.
I He was a patron of the Art
Mute of Miami, the Lowe Art
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was a Mason, a Shriner and an
Elk.
Services were Tuesday at
Temple Israel of Greater Miami.
TEL AVIV (JTA) -
A 23-year-old Dutch
woman who admitted
membership in a Pal-
estinian terrorist organ-
ization was seized by Is-
raeli security agents at Ben
Gurion Airport recently, it
was disclosed Sept. 29.
Police said the woman,
identified as Ludvina Jan-
sen, confessed that she and
15 other nationals of Hol-
land and other countries
were trained in the use of
firearms and ammunition
at a base of the Popular
Front for the Liberation of
Palestine in (Aden) South
Yemen.
SHE ALSO admitted having
come to Israel for the purpose of
sabotage at the airport and
against Israeli airlines, police
said. As a result of the inter-
rogation, Israeli authorities have
been able to provide The Nether-
lands police with the names and
identities of Dutch nationals
trained by the PFLP.
At the same time, security
measures have been tightened at
Ben Gurion Airport. A com-
munique issued here said the
arrest occurred Sept. 21 when
the airport was jammed with
tourists arriving for the High
Holidays.
Jansen, who disembarked
from a plane in transit to
another destination, aroused the
suspicion of security agents who
detained her for questioning.
AFTER ADMITTING her
PFLP membership she provided
details of her group's activities
and cooperated fully with police,
the communique said.
As a result of the disclosure in
Israel, Dutch authorities have
detained several Dutch citizens
in various parts of Holland.
Allon Meets Minister
NEW YORK (JTA) Israels Foreign Minister Yigal
Allon met here with Portugal's Foreign Minister Jofe
Medeiros Ferreira and discussed with him the taking of
further steps toward the normalization of relations between
the two countries.
Ferreira, it was reported, is scheduled to visit Israel in the
near future for talks with Israeli officials and to conduct
negotiations concerning exchange of technological know-how
and agricultural aid between Israel and Portugal. The meeting
between the two foreign ministers lasted 45 minutes.
THE SITUATION in the Mideast was discussed here at
a luncheon given by Israel's UN Ambassador Chaim Herzog,
hosting Allon. Secretary General Kurt Waldheim, General
Assembly President Hamilton Shirley Amerasinghe of Sri
Lanka and other top UN officials.
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Each time a Yahrzeit candle is lit. it is the
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For the flame is eternal. It symbolizes
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1976
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1 The Final Days
S: For traditional-minded Jews, Hoshanah Rabbah ::::
^launches the last two days of Sukkoth on Friday evening, gj
x-The observance holds out one more opportunity to make ::::
ga final pleading in terms of the forgiving spirit of the *:
:: High Holy Days. :
i& But whatever the historical view taken of Hoshanah ::
%Rabbah and Shemini Atzereth, celebrated Saturday, one
Sthing is certain: the joyous note of Simchas Torah on g
jijiSunday, which brings to a close the Holy Day period. :;::|
:j:| The celebration of Simchas Torah is symbolic of the :
:: Jewish people themselves in many ways. For the Torah is g
: neither ended nor begun. In fact, the Torah is both ended g
%:and begun at the same time. Thus, the circle of ex- *:
Sperience is sustained, making our study of the sacred |:|:
v: Scrolls of the Law an eternal thing as eternal as the ::j:
$: Jewish people and their faith. ::
:j:'| And this is. after all. what the Jewish people are about ::
S in their dedication to the continuation of Judaism as a :
religion, tradition and culture throughout the ages. :j::
:j:| What better way ultimately to symbolize this purpose g
$ than by celebrating the reading of the Torah. its end and
its beginning, which is the fountainhead of our survival :j::
:: as a people? ::
>: If, as we chant in our daily prayers, out of Zion will :
come forth Torah, it is no less true that out of the Torah g
:: comes forth Zion the continuing identity of the Jew. :|:
I Dan B. Ruskin
I The Passing of a Leader |
5: We join the Greater Miami Jewish community in '%
mourning the passing of Dan B. Ruskin. ::
5 Mr. Ruskin was a representative of the strength of ::
vi Miami Jewry. His long-time commitment was not limited g
$:' by tunnel vision when it came to tzedakah. He supported ::
:: a broad spectrum of Jewish organizations with both his >:j
:j> time and philanthropic endeavor. :*
8 An early pioneer of the fledgling Jewish community ::
:: here, Mr. Ruskin leaves his family with a cultural legacy. g
vj He set an example for sons and daughter, his own as well '0
:: as the sons and daughters of the community he helped g:
6 enrich with his effort and his substance. ::
S. Those who have the expertise, the wherewithal and the ::
: enthusiasm to work for Jewish causes must not shrink
&' from the responsibility of that work. Dan Ruskin did not ::
:< shrink from it. He served. His good works and good
iv name will be remembered.
Chaplaincy Service
U On these, the final of the Holy Days, it is fitting to ::
& recognize the good works of the Greater Miami Jewish
: Federations Community Chaplaincy Service and of its j|
: director. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. ::
j The Chaplaincy Service was born of profound need for :
ft the time-honored tradition of Bikkur Cholim the <
f\ bringing of solace and comfort to the community's ;::
<: hospitalized ill and infirm. |:|:
It was born of the vision of Rabbi Schiff, the jj:
:<| Federation and others who frequently observed members ::
& of the South Florida Jewish community, often lonely and j-j:
' unvisited, often enshrouded in the agonies of personal :c
&" tragedy and despair. :
>: It was born of Rabbi Schiff's understanding that these ::
S: sick and infirm needed spiritual guidance, a word of
: human encouragement, a sign from the community that
:jjj they were not forgotten. ::
Together with the Rabbinical Association of Greater g
<: Miami, of which he was then and continues now as
% executive vice president, Rabbi Schiff helped the ::'::
>: Federation and the Association bring the Community
S: Chaplaincy Service into being. ::
** '*
That was a decade ago. The Service has been headed
:j:j by Rabbi Schiff virtually since then. Although he has not
filled a congregational pulpit since 1969 he left his ::
x spiritual leadership of Congregation Beth El in that year
: Rabbi Schiff finds in his new endeavor a pulpit of far
broader and, paradoxically, more intimate proportion.
Rabbi Schiff's fulfillment of the Bikkur Cholim :
:: command and the Chaplaincy Service itself, deserve the
: community's expression of gratitude for their ac-
complishments since then.
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A Second Question for Carter
DURING AN interview years
ago with Eugene McCarthy on
one of his other runs for the
presidency. a photographer
caught me in an immortal pose
questioning the Senator with one
eye closed and the other
squinting.
In looking at it again today. I
consider the photo just as
eloquent as it was then. On the
occasion of this, his latest run. I
still find McCarthy only half-
believable, and what there is to
believe. I prefer to take with a
grain of salt.
r
IIMIIMUt
Leo
Mindlin
11
BUT REFERRING recen.lv
to the candidacy of ]w
Carter, the Senator
square y on the head when I
said of Carters foreign affa*
advisers: You would not w
to put them in charge of snab
control in Ireland "
Columbia University s p^
ZbigniewFWnskMsvvhato*
loosely calls a Kn-mlinoloa,,
and he has a fair (rack record
a Soviet specialist.
At least. Prof. Rrzezinskis
advice did nothing to prevent
Carter from going for C,mu
Fords jugular when lord com-
mitted what mny well he ,4.
suicidal blunder ot the second
debate Ford's reference to
Eastern Europe a- ir. ironi
Soviet domination
MORE TO the poin) sofam
McCarthy's acid comment m
concerned is (orrner inder
secretary of State George Hal:
who. particularly
relating to the Middle 1 asi, has
enough snake oil up his -leeve
for both himseli and Prof
Brzezinski if Brzezinski suffers
the lack of a sufficient supply ot
his own.
Mr. Hall, now with Lehman
Brothers <>! New York, en-
tertains some rather ijuaint
notions about Israel and the
Arabs which, it he 1- peddling
them these days limmy
Carter, would of necessity make
me suspicion-. o\ < arter's can-
didacy generally and
specifically, ol those weet
nuggets he served up during the
second debate in his repeated
references to Israel and to his
personal commitment to Israels
survival.
That is why, 111 this column
Continued on Page 11 A
U.S. Had Secret Spat With
Friday. October 15. 1976
Volume 49
21 TISHRI 5737
Number 42
WASHINGTON The
United States had a secret spat
with Mexico earlier this year
over illegal aliens. Here are t he
backstage details.
There are between six and
eight million illegal aliens in this
country today. The Immigration
Service calls them "illegals.''
About 60 percent of them
came from Mexico. They came
here, as our own forefathers did,
in search of a better life. But un-
fortunately, their presence has
stirred up resentment. They are
willing to work for low wages.
Therefore, they have taken jobs
from U.S. citizens.
IN THE past, the Im-
migration Service rounded up
these illagal aliens and simply
dumped them on the Mexican
border. But this year, im-
migration officials decided to try
a more humane experiment.
They also reasoned that the
illegals would be less likely to
return to the United States if
they were repatriated close to
their homes.
So the Immigration Service
hired a small charter airline
company to fly the illegals back
into the interior of Mexico,
rather than releasing them at the
border.
THIS UPSET the Mexican
government, which had not been
notified. So Mexican officials,
understandably, refused to
cooperate. The State De-
partment sent trouble-shooting
diplomats to smooth things over.
They reached a new agreement
after two months of delicate
negotiations.
Mexican illegals are now being
shipped into the interior on
regularly scheduled flights,
instead of charter planes. Each
illegal is also interviewed by a
Mexican consul before he is
accepted back into Mexico.
Since July, about 7,500
Mexican illegals have been
repatriated.
Mexico Over Aliens
iackanderso
NOBLE STROM: It is our
peculiar function to cover the
shady side of Washington. We
expose the villains in the drama
of government the self-seekers
who put their personal interests
ahead of the public welfare.
Yet the public should be
reminded occasionally that there
are more decent, honest, hard-
working officials in Washington
than there are scoundrels. Nor is
it always easy to separate the
wheat from the chaff. The sellout
in government one day may be
the holdout the next. For even
the worst rascals in Washington
have their moments of
righteousness.
We've often had the occasion,
for example, to criticize old
Strom Thurmond. He's the
Republican senator from South
Carolina, an unreconstructed son
of the Confederacy. He was one
of the last to accept the idea of
civil rights. He still seems to live
in an antebellum world of mint
juleps and magnolia blossoms.
BUT THERE'S another side
to Strom Thurmond. A couple of
weeks ago he received a touching
letter from a Columbia, S.C..
man named Richard Davis.
Davis reported that his 84-
year-old mother appeared to be
dying and wanted only one last
thing from this world. She
wanted to be buried next to her
husband.
But the military bureaucracy,
it turned out, intended to keep
the couple apart, even in death.
The husband had been buried
years ago in a part of South
Carolina which is now Fort
Jackson. Military regulations
prevented the widow from being
buried in the same plot.
THURMOND WAS swamped
with work in the clo-mg daysof
Congress. Yet he dropped what
the world might ha\ e considered
to be more important work He
moved heaven and red tape to
help the elderly Mrs Davis
before she died. Congress has
seldom acted so swiftly
Thurmond got a law passed to
let the widow Davis lie beside
her husband.
There's still a happier ending
to the story. After the law
passed, Mrs. Davis began to
recuperate. She is still vy
much alive.
Meanwhile, old Strom, &
out ever expecting a word1
praiae. least of all from.us.Jj
so moved by her s.tua ion g
he drafted another bill. lJ
would prevent such cruelty J
ever happening again W*
hundreds of other elderly^
icans who also have loved 0*
buried on what is now miuW
land.
CHILE PLOT?: 0*J*
Letelier. the former Chilean
bassador who recently died
bomb blast on VVasrung^'
Embassy Row, had been roeeuni
secretly with rePresenUt.v
Chile's Christian Pggg
Party. They were jjfjj
plans to form a coalition JJ
ment to oppose the
dictatorship.
At first, the military gj
merely outlawed U* -^
munists and the Socialists 'J.
gave lip service to tj*
ditional democracy. Hut w
spoken with Chilean *"*
whose reliability """PL,*
questioned. They report tM
military dictatorsh.p hano
out to destroy the mode"
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Holiday Celebration
Jews u ill gather at synagogues throughout the world Sunday
to celebrate Simchat Torah. They will be joined by Soviet
S Arkhipova Street, where Moscow's synagogue
as the Soviet Union capital's central place of Jewish
worship. "The Jewish youth of the Soviet Union have in
couragi Hi s defiance of established government policies danced
with their Torahs outside the synagogue for years now," said
Eugene Hold this week, chairman of the National Conference
on Soi iet Jewry in New York. "We join hands with them, and
point out to free people everywhere their courage, their faith,
and their hop,
More Mezuzah Woes
For Rabbi Ringer
Editor. The Jewish Floridian:
'li'i thosi to n horn had is
good and good is bad. They
plan darkness for light and light
fordarkm as, bitter for sweet and
meet I itter
These words of Isaiah 15:20)
came to my mind as I read the
lengthy letter oi Rabbi Stanley
Ringler in The Jewish Floridian
He uses the epithets.
"morally repulsive" and "ob-
scene"' to describe the message
of the Lubavitcher Rebbe calling
for obsen ance of the Mitzvah of
Hie Rebbe reminds us
of the Divine protection that
comes to a household that has a
'fixed to its doorpost
and of the lack of protection for
those ho do not have
IF RABBI Ringler rejects the
concept of reward for observing
kod a commandments and
Punishment for violating them,
be shou : throw the Ten Com-
mandments out of his Temple.
*> clearly say: "For I the
'ord am an impassioned God.
Msitinn the guilt upon fourth
generations f those who reject
"* nut showing kindness to
'lose who love me and keep my
commandments."
If Rabbi Ringler stands before
""open Ark and seems to show
werence for the Torah scrolls.
"e guilty of hvpocrisy. The
'orah contains lengthy promises
Peace prosperity, power and
gMfctlon for those who observe
commandments and
2" Of defeat, persecution.
Pawnee, disaster and assorted
Hu,*rinp f)r tri0se who violate
his laws BeeLev.26.Deut.28).
Rabbi Ringler stand
igregation sings
Mori n<- awards the
*Z "u"1 for hLs dels- He
Pa>s the evil man for his evil'.'
HIS QUOTING Maimonides
Cf T:,''!,i hls "tand is the result
either deliberate fraud or
utL. lgn,orance- Maimonides
hStheuthir^" Principles
adin e eleventh one
Ihp v rirm'y believe that
an* alor- blessed e His
awards those who keep
OUR
Readeps
wpite
"Lei Thy Words Be Brief
Koheleth lEcclesiastes)
:
His commands, and punishes
those who transgress His
commands."
Maimonides calls a fool one
who regards the Mezuzah as an
amulet that will protect him
even though he goes about his
evil ways. That is a mistaken
approach that uses the Mezuzah
as a motive and justification for
evil. But he himself does ascribe
protective powers to the
Mezuzah
In Rabbi Ringler's mind there
seems to be no accountability for
a Jew's obligation to the Torah.
This is in direct contradiction to
the principles of faith that have
kept us as a people and as a
religion for so many thousands
of years.
RABBI RINGLER expresses
surprise and says he is disturbed
that many in the community are
attracted to Lubavitch. give
them generous support and send
their children to them to be
educated. I know the reason for
this trend. People who are edu-
cated and knowledgeable cannot
stand to be led by pseudo-
intellectuals and hypocritical
religion-; leaders.
Thank God for the Luba-
vitcher Rebbe's diligent efforts
in establishing t'habad Houses
on university campuses all over
the countrv.
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Argentine Official Sounds
Off on Jewish Community
Continued from Page 1-A
on nonexistent racial per-
secution."
THE MINISTER implied that
the relatively small rate of
Jewish emigration from Ar-
gentina to Israel indicated the
Jewish community's strong
integration into national life. "I
have the impression that your
community, in comparison with
the communities in other
nations, is one of those who have
contributed less in terms of
human potential in the formation
of the State of Israel." he told
Mundo Israelita.
"This shows not only their
rootedness within the Argentine
nation but also that the con-
ditions in which they develop
their social, religious and
economic life are very favor-
able." he said.
BARGUINDEGUY defended
the government against charges
in the daily La Prensa that it
had taken only half-hearted
measures to fight racism when it
recently suspended publication
and distribution of anti-Semitic
periodicals put out by Editorial
Milicia.
La Prensa claimed in an
editorial that some of the para-
graphs in the suspension decree
were restrained rather than
openly condemnatory olMilcia's
hate literature.
Questioned about this by
Mundo Israelita. the Interior
Minister said: "I think La
Prensa is unjust. Condemnation
has been expressed and
categorical regarding banning of
distribution, sale and circulation
of the publications questioned,
confiscation of copies and closure
of publishing houses. The
government took this step fully
convinced of its need in order to
preserve the moral and political
health of the nation."
Lie Detector Tests Will
Tell Who Leaked Info
Continued from Page 1-A
as important domestic political
ramifications.
Defense Minister Shimon
Peres has sharply criticized
Premier Yitzhak Rabin and
Foreign Minister Yigal A lion for
conducting negotiations with
American officials rather than
directly with Egypt.
HIS CONTENTION is that
Israel has allowed itself to
become involved in a con-
frontation with the U.S. when it
should be talking to the
Egyptians and possibly offering
them certain oil drilling rights in
the Israel-controlled waters of
the Gulf in return for a political
quid pro quo.
Peres' dispute with Rabin and
Allon led some circles to assume
that the leak emanated from pro-
Peres sources and was intended
to bolster the Defense Minister's
arguments. Peres' aides have
firmly denied any prior
knowledge of the Rosenne
report.
The issue of the leak arose at
the Cabinet meeting where
Rabin tended to play down the
affair. Mut at the session, he
expressed consternation at the
numlxT ot copies of the secret
document that apparently were
in circulation.
LIE DETECTOR tests are not
new on the Israeli political scene,
Twice before the) were ad-
ministered to senior officials
One occasion followed pub-
lication ot a report ot a visil of
Soviet emissaries to Israel,
Another followed leakage of a
secret message sent by President
Ford to Premier Rabin during
the negotiation of the Sinai
interim agreement with Egypt.
The results of the tests were
never made public.
The Prime Minister's Office
denied a report in Davar that
Rabin himself would have to
submit to the latest lest.
Col. Davidovich Buried in Israel
Continued from Page 1-A
not live to see the country that he declared his "motherland."
ALTHOUGH HE held U medals for valor in combat,
including Hero of the Soviet Union, that country's highest
award. Davidovich was stripped of his rank and denied his
pension by Soviet authorities because of his efforts to
emigrate to Israel. Hut his rank was restored.
Davidovich was posthumously commissioned Ainu!
Mishneh (Colonel) in Israel's armed forces.
Ford, Carter in Second Clash
On Campaign Trail 12-A
Arab boycott.
NEW YORK (WNS)
President Ford an-
nounced that the Com-
merce Department will
reveal the names of Amer-
ican companies that
participate in the Arab
boycott as he and Demo-
cratic Presidential can-
didate Jimmy Carter
clashed on the boycott
issue during their second
nationally-televised debate.
Ford's announcement
came toward the close of
the debate after Carter had
denounced the boycott, de-
claring 'it's a matter of
morality" not a matter of
trade or diplomacy. Carter
declared that "it's a
disgrace" that the Ford
Administration "has
blocked the passage of
legislation that would have
revealed by law every in-
stance of the boycott and it
would have prevented the
boycott from continuing."
FORD SAID this was in
accurate." noting that in
November. 1975, "1 was the Brat
President to order the Executive
Branch to take action, af-
firmative action, through the
Department of Commerce and
other Cabinet departments to
make certain that no American
businessman or business
organization should discriminate
against Jews because ol the
The President said he had
"just" signed a tax bill that
included an amendment "that
would prevent companies in the
United States from taking a tax
deduction if they in any way
whatsoever cooperated with the
Arab boycott."
He then announced his order
for disclosure by the Commerce
Department, saying he was
taking executive action because
Congress had failed to take
action before adjournment on
extension of the Export Ad-
ministration Act.
MANY Washington observers
said the bill, which contained
strong anti-boycott provisions,
died because of delaying tactics
bv Administration supporters in
the Senate. Earlier, Carter
charged that "the Arabs have
put pressure on Mr. Ford, and
he's yielded, and has permitted a
boycott by the Arab countries of
American businesses who trade
with Israel or who have
American Jews owning or taking
part in the management of
American companies.'
Carter said that former
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poenaed by Congress in order J
reveal the names of companies
subjected to the boycott Carte
noted that the boycott, now
aimed at "people in this country
who happen to be Jews" might I
some day be directed bv
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CONGRESSIONAL
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said in Washington they -eJ
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to any new laws against the
boycott. Meanwhile, the Com-
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would not reveal the names oil
companies that had complied!
with the boycott in the past
Only those who planned to)
comply in the future would be|
named, the Department said
The two Presidential can-
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Why we can depend on
President Ford.
* rm
President Ford has demonstrated his
dependability over 28 years.. .as a
Congressman, Vice-President and
President. We can believe him when
he speaks out on these crucial
issues...
Israel
"There will be no imposed solutions,
but agreements whose terms are
hammered out between the parties.*'
"There will be no one-sided
concessions."
"We will proceed as we have in the
closest constant consultations with
Israel."
"I am proud to stand on my
consistent 28-year record of support
for Israel. You know where I stand."
"The funds I proposed for Israel in
my first two budgets totaled over $4
billion for 27 months. These figures
speak more eloquently than words."
Soviet Jewry
"I will continue to seek further
progress on the issue of emigration
from the Soviet Union. I raised it
personally with General Secretary
Brezhnev. I have discussed it on
many occasions with my former
colleagues in the House and in the
Senate with the determination to
restore the prior rate of emigration."
Zionism and the UN
"I tell you now that we will fight any
measure that condemns Zionism as
racism or that attempts to deny Israel
her full rights of membership in the
United Nations."
Terrorism
"A free people must never capitulate
to terrorism...Certainty of
punishment prevents crime. I very
strongly urge international action to
stamp out terrorism wherever it may
occur."
"The Entebbe raid on July 4 was a
magnificent display of heroism and
dedication really unmatched in recent
history throughout the world."
Arab Boycott
"I opposed Arab boycott practices
when I was in Congress...As
President, I have taken the strongest
executive action in American history
against economic practices that
discriminate against American
citizens."
4.500
4.000
3.500
3,000
U.S. AID TO ISRAEL
(Shown in Millions of Dollars)
Performance
Not Promises
____________.4.459.7
In just two years,
- President Ford will
have provided Israel
with 40Vo of all aid it
- has ever received from
the United States.
"As good a friend
as Israel's had!"
je#isn Wee* ana American E*ammer August 22 28 1976
We agree that President Ford is such
a friend.
That's why we can depend on him.
"The U.S. government supports Israel in the
international arena, in the supply of arms
and in economic aid almost with no
precedence. The margin between what we
want and what we get is very small.''
Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin
Rabbinical Council of America
August, 1976
"A review of President Gerald Ford's record
in Congress offers strong assurance that the
United States will continue to be deeply
concerned about Israel's security and the
search for an A rab-Israel peace...
"The best reassurance is the consensus on
Ford's character, revealed over the years. He
is an honest man who has always spoken
frankly and who is unlikely to yield to
political and diplomatic convenience. "
I.L. Ken en
Near East Report
August 14. 1974
President Ford.
We know
we can depend
on him.
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Friday. October
!5,1976
Sophisticated Missile System for Israel
WASHINGTON Only hours after Israeli Foreign
Minister Yigal Allon said here that "no new arms agreement"
has been made between Israel and the U.S., but that a "new
decision" on "important items" was reached by the U.S., it
was disclosed that the United States will provide Israel with a
new night-fighting anti-tank missile guidance system.
The system is known as FLIR Forward-Looking Infra-
Red and it takes the place of conventional radar equipment,
enabling potential targets to be spotted from planes or on land
at night and in bad weather.
FLIR SENSES heat and is able to distinguish between
military targets and inert objects. Its major characteristic is
that it cannot be jammed.
The new system will thus provide Israel with what it so
desperately needed during the 1973 war and has been asking
for from the U.S. ever since.
During the 1973 war, Israel lost many tanks to Syrian
military forces in night fighting and could not effectively
retaliate.
FLIR AND other unspecified military equipment will be
provided to Israel under the existing SI.5 billion fiscal year
1977 and won't represent an increase in foreign aid to Israel.
Observers here promptly declared that President Ford
announced the new decision to supply Israel with this most
sophisticated system as a consequence of statements he made
in his debate with Democratic nominee Jimmy Carter last
week.
During that debate, both candidates spoke favorably of
the U.S. commitment to Israel's survival and of Israel as
America's principal ally, not only in the Middle East but in
the world. .
It was considered at the time that both Ford and Carter
were angling for the Jewish vote.
WHITE HOUSE press secretary Ron Nessen promptly
declaTaY" unworth/of answer^these obj-Uons^so
recalled was a statement by Secretary of.State Henry
Kissinger recently that "the new military item would be
approved for sale at just about this time.
While posing for photographs in the Oval f^*"
and Ford were heard conversing. Accwding to reporters
present, the Israeli Foreign Minister expressed his thanks and
"satisfaction with your (Ford's! new decision on the modern
(inaudible) and other important items.'
Ford was heard to reply that "it obviously was the right
thing to do to make certain that it was no question about the
support and to meet the circumstances that we want to
avoid."
NO AMPLIFICATION of those remarks was given by
the White House or by Allon when he met with reporters
afterwards. At that time. Allon had merely said that "there is
no new arms agreement.''
Following the U.S. announcement, both Dr. Kissinger and
Allon explained that Israel provides the U.S. with a "shopping
list" of weapons and related items in which it is interested.
The U.S. then reveals what will be made available to Israel for
purchase, after which it takes months for the arrangement to
be implemented.
No Comment from Ford on Boycott Proviso
WASHINGTON -
(JTA) President Ford
had no comments on the
anti-boycott provisions
contained in the Tax Re-
form Bill he has signed
into law.
But the White House
released a fact sheet
defining the Admin-
constitutes boycott ac-
tivity prohibited under the
act and experts of the
Senate Banking Committee
offered further clarification
to the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency.
MEANWHILE, the 94th Con-
gress adjourned without acting
on the Export Administration
Act extension bill which con-
istration's view of what tained strong anti-boycott
measures. The failure to act was
attributed to successful parlia-
mentary maneuvers by the Ford
Administration and its allies in
the Senate.
According to the White House '
fact sheet, "boycott activity
consists of II discrimination on
the basis of nationality, religion
or race in terms of hiring or
selecting employes, managers or
directors; 2) participation in a
secondary boycott' i.e. a com-
pany agrees to refuse to do busi-
ness with a specified country;
and 31 participation in a 'ter-
tiary' boycott, i.e.. a company
agrees to refuse to do business
with other companies which do
business with a specified
country
UNDER THE new tax bill,
the Treasury Department is not
required to make public the
reports of companies that so
comply with the boycott at the
cost of certain tax benefits.
Bank Nominee
Under Scrutiny
Continued from Page l.A
Yadlin affair at the Cabin-
meeting. Answering a qWsl*.
by one minister, he said that Z
the moment there is no reason
for the government to charge it,
original recommendation
appoint Yadlin. '
YADLIN, a longtime Libt
Party leader and economics
expert, served during the earl,
70s as secretary of Hevw
Ovdim, the Histadnit's holdiw
company which controls tht
trade union organization's in-
vestments and industries.
At present, he heads Kup
Holim, the Histadnit's sick
fund, itself a huge economic
enterprise. His nomination hu
been criticized in some quarters
on the grounds that he is too in-
volved politically to play the role
of counterweight to the Financt
Ministry, the essential job of the
Bank of Israel Governor
Ford Awards
Israel C of C
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President Ford ha* conferred an
"E" Award on the American-
Israel Chamber ol Commerce
and Industry in recognition of
its outstanding p<: :^rmance in
the field of internal: rial trade.it
was announced here
The formal presentation mil
be made on Ocl 26 at the
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Alton Calls VNations Record 'Dismal
Lted nations -
ijS) Israel is ready
kw even before peace is
L'" to negotiate with
j Arabs on agreement to
lit the flow of arms into
Middle East, Israeli
-ip, Minister Yigal
on told the 31st General
nbly.
Jut as long as the Arabs
Itinue to arm themselves
with highly sophisticated
modern weapons, "Israel is
compelled to keep up and
will keep up," he stressed.
Allon also said that Israel
is ready to participate in a
reconvened Geneva peace
conference but only with
the original parties invited
to Geneva in December,
1973.
ALLON SAID that at a
reconvened Geneva conference,
Israel would hope to negotiate
"with each of our neighbors, a
peace which will emerge from the
region itself, a final peace settle-
ment based on a fair compromise
and which, on the one hand will
provide Israel with defensible
borders and on the other satisfy
genuine Arab interests in-
cluding, within the context of
the settlement with our eastern
neighbor (Jordan) a just and
constructive solution to the
problem of Palestinian Arab
|UV ". "---------- I--- an.ouiiii.il
Sporadic West Bank Violence
EL AVIV (JTA) -
jdic violence continued on
Nat Bank in the aftermath
Ithe events in Hebron. A
imposed on Nablus was
this morning only to be
,ed by a new round of
nibances by Arab students
poured out of their class-
Is to clash with border
He latter fired tear gas
fcbs. forcing a mob of some
youngsters to retreat into
narrow alleys of the old
JIMILAR demonstrations oc-
curred in Tulkarem where fire-
men were occupied extinguishing
blazing piles of rubber tires while
dodging stones hurled by Arab
youths. Trouble also broke out
anew in Jenin where the local
notables said they were power-
less to restore order as long as
the volatile situation remained in
Hebron.
A wave of demonstrations,
tire-burning and road barricades
also took place in Ramallah and
in the Balata refugee camp near
Nablus.
The events in Hebron brought
the major West Bank towns to a
standstill. Schools and shops
were closed and youths ranged
through the streets stoning
Israeli soldiers and hurling rocks
at any passing vehicle.
THREE ISRAELI drivers
were injured in Nablus, one of
them seriously. The incidents
continued, ending only after a
curfew was imposed. At the
Balata refugee camp, Israeli
border police found themselves
surrounded by hundreds of Arab
youths who reportedly advanced
on them with stones and iron
bars.
The police fired a number of
shots. Three Arab youths were
wounded.
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Allon stressed that "Peace is
the foremost objective of Israel
and its government will not be
deflected from the constructive
effort required to attain it." But,
he emphasized, "only a peace
which serves the interests of
Israel and its neighbors will
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ON THE issue of terrorism,
Allon said the record of the UN
in combating the international
problem is "dismal." He
welcomed the proposal by West
Germany to the Assembly for a
convention barring the taking of
hostages and providing for the
prosecution or extradition of
terrorists.
Allon criticized the United
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power of a mechanical majority
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specialized agencies must
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participation of all members in
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DECLARING that "detente
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missal from their jobs and in
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prisonment.
He said the situation of Syrian
Jewry "remains tragic" and they
continue to be held hostage.
Earlier, Allon met with
Secretary of State Henry A.
Kissinger at a breakfast
meeting.
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the peace process in the Middle
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"~ lipsky Was a Qiant |
among eminent Jews
i
ffi ZIONISM IN America in the late nineteenth
Xand early twentieth centuries could boast of
^adherents led by some of the most eminent Jews
Xin American history. One of the outstanding
^spokesmen of this period was Louis Lipsky. He
:j:was an orator, writer, editor and critic.
:|: Until his death in 1963 at the age of 86, he was
:j:the creator and representative of Zionism in
X America. He led American support for the
>: Balfour Declaration, and eventually support for
:-:the creation of the State of Israel.
| THE HUMBLE man from Rochester worked
ttwith such intellects and leaders as Louis D.
xBrandeis, Stephen S. Wise. Maurice Samuel and
."v'Meyer Weisgal.
> A small part of the new book about and by
;X Lipsky, Memoirs in Profile (with a foreword by
ijBen Halpern, Jewish Publication Society. 669
X-pp. $12), includes his own personal memoirs. The
Xbulk of the book, though, is composed of Lip-
sky's Gallery of Zionist Portraits first published
X;in 1956. These are far from dull biographies.
I LIPSKY PORTRAYS the great Zionists
X through his own eyes. He offers impressions and
ft knowledge of those men and women whom he
X knew personally. We participate in exciting and
:: often warmly humorous episodes with Henrietta
X-Szold, Jacob de Haas. Solomon Schechter and
X; many other American and European Jews.
:: A further variety of Lipsky s writings scat-
tered over a long period of time conclude the
jj.book. These essays, addresses and lectures range
X:from the early years of the development of the
;X American Jewish community to American
|;j:Jewish support of Israel during the past two
X decades.
Susan panoff
A JEWISH man who had wide impact with a
message in a different medium is the subject of a
recent biography by Karol Kulik. Alexander
Korda: the man who could work miracles
(Arlington House, 407 pp. $12.95) is the account
of the flamboyant and ruthless British film
producer. Based on research and interviews, this
book is a history of twenty five years of inter
national film-making and Korda's contribution
to it.
The author has included a complete
filmography of Korda's work including critical
evaluation.
The House on the Roof: a Sukkot Story, by
David A. Adler, with pictures by Marilyn llirsch
(Bonim Books. 28 pp $5.95) is a timelv
children's book.
ADLER CREATES an unusual story of an old
man whose preparations for Sukkot mystify his
neighbors. It is the contrast of tradition ami
modern living so vividly port rayed that we
recognize, and which draws us to the old man
Hirsh's illustrations are rich in detail and
expression. In fact, her work is so popular that
her last juvenile book So What Could H< H orsi
has been made into a sound filmstrip. The
relationships between the old man and his
grandchildren, and the old man and society are
very positive and constructive,
These relationship- present values t liat make
the steep cost of this slim volume WOtl hwhile
the Arab Boycott
Seen as a mopal Issue
i
j
i
RoBeRt
Segal
X: SO LOADED with technical complexities is
;X the ugly issue of the Arab boycott that those of
X; us who are neither lawyers nor accountants
:X cannot begin to sort out the conflicting strands
X; of the dispute.
:j But one point is no longer to be questioned:
:: The Arab boycott campaign is a moral issue
5 fday; And those businessmen and politicians
g insisting otherwise are destined to learn, perhaps
|:j. too late, that they are wrong, dead wrong.
: SOME BANKERS and people high in govern-
X ment seem still determined to reduce the issue to
: an economic and political proposition. War is
j:j. war and trade is trade and profit is profit in
: their limited view.
>: They remain oblivious to the haunting truth
|:|: that the fierce Arab campaign to win the
: American businessman over to the honey land of
|:|: huge profits in oil and Arab economic expansion
6 cannot be separated from such deviltry as the
X; Arab and Third World insistence that anti-
: Zionism is not anti-Semitism and that Zionism
X; constitutes imperialistic racism.
:: A CLASSIC example of stiff-necked deter
:: mination not to yield to the imperative to accept
:|:| morality as the paramount consideration in the
:: boycott campaign is the acitivity of Under
Secretary of Commerce James A. Baker III.
jjj: Despite traditional, official U.S. policy to
oppose boycotts fostered or imposed by foreign
j:|: countries against other countries friendly to the
;X U.S., Baker has acknowledged that Washington
X; was not making use of its considerable power to
:j:j frustrate the Arab boycott against a valiant
y. American ally, Israel.
:: Throwing higher considerations to the winds.
Baker told an audience at the University of
Texas: "A businessman should be free to make a
choice between the countries when certain com
mercial relations with one may result in
retaliation by the other. He. after all. is the best
judge of the requirement of his business
SUBSEQUENTLY. Baker asserted that
Congress has twice considered legislation that
would forbid compliance with any Arab boycott
request and had concluded that such a "blanket
prohibition" could reduce prospects for a !
peaceful settlement of Middle East tension
Little wonder that congressmen sensitive to :
the overriding moral coloration of the Arab [
attempt severely criticized Baker for his role in :
making things more difficult for Israel and ;
particularly for his bold assertion that "the :
distinction between boycott requests that are ;
discriminatory and those that relate solely to the ::
economic boycott of Israel by Arab states is a ::
valid one." Quite clearly, "the current Arab t
boycott discriminates against American firms ':
owned or run by Jews as well as against >
American firms doing business with Israel
IN THE half-year that has elapsed since :i:
Baker's incredible apology for Arab boycott ft
activities, those who see the issue clearly have v
taken off their gloves and counterattacked with ft
commendable vigor. ft
Public exposure of the extent of Arab ft"
manipulations in America has been broad and ft
effective. Legislative and court actions have hit x
the pages of the nation's press with gratifying |
regularity. Suits have been filed, stockholders in |
position to curb corporation surrender to Arab ft
demands have spoken up, and new Executive |
Orders have been issued by the federal gover- K
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WE NOTE with great interest the fact that
standing collegiate basketball players last
two ol the
were considered for the United States Olympic team and'
American caliber players, who were drafted by th< I*">ston'Tvj
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The players involved are Porrest Bayard of (Irand C
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Ralph Drollinger from UCLA
religiously inclined and are active in the Fellowship of Chj^l
Athletes, a group of non-Jewish athletes, obviously, who
serious about leading strong moral and religion- lives
IN TIMES past we have pointed out the fact that a fi
ft former NBA Jewish player approached the writer, who at ih
;J time was the public relations director of the NBA, tn fnml
ft fellowship of Jewish athletes. I pointed out to the player that.
: idea was fine, but he didn't seem to understand that
> fellowship was based on a religious motif that t he nnn-Jeri
j: athlete- performed in a group to have meeting- cliirinj; thf.
:_ season at which time they have seminar- w
i: authorities in the Christian doctrine and theology address them]
j \1-ii. the) have religious prayer meeting- When
player from the NBA heard this description ol
: in such a movement, he backed away quickly and thai *ai
end of the attempt to-tart a fellowship of Ji letes
SO FAH as Jewish athlete- are concerned
I; have shown little inclination to band tOgethel
j: tradition, cultural and religious background
! content to let it lie known thai they are mem:'' | ,
j faith
; \ concession has been made by man) basi h
j: example, not to pla\ in the World Serii
> urn Kippur
\t one time when Hank Greenberg was w I
: and the) go. into the World Series, there was --matt
; to whet her or not he should plaj on Rush Hashanah \-1 recall
: the matter was taken before a Reform rabbi who indicated thai
j a \ ariei \ ol reasons n h a- permissible tor Hank to plaj
OTHER THAN this particular instance, I tn'l recall
j matter- pertaining to participation in sports bj h-wi-h at
where the rabbinate and or Halacha was involved althoui
have had a humorous situation where Ron Blumherg of the \'i
York Yankees tried to date his future wile and shi refused to
out with him because she fell he was not of t he faith
In order to prove to her he was Jewish, Ron recited
Hebrew blessing over wine. This particular demonstnM
koshered the whole situation, and eventually the pair*
Ken Holt/man ol the New York Yankees' pitchii
state thai hi- wife keep- a kosher home
Basically, however. Jewish athletes never band together:!
merely lend encouragement to amateur Jew.-:: athletes
certain!) have never ottered any financial help ii programs j
as the Maccabiah (lame- where some 250
years, are -ent over from the United State- to | ID
so-called Jewish < >l> mpics
AS A matter of lad. Jewish owners and men
in baseball, football and basketball have beei approached
contribute and to mj recollection, not one has ever sent in if
bill to aid in financing the cost ol transport;!..: imateur Jew
athlete- to l-rael tor these games,
One would have toeonie to the conclu-ion thai
99.9 percent ol our athletes are far off the mark It is not
|x>-ture to criticize or suggest that they do anythii
their thinking or actions, but the fact does athletes make a poor showing when it come- ti
Yiddishkeit
Why the buildup to what I am about to disclose? Becausei
the fact that there is such a lack of Yiddishkeit among (
athk'tes. both in the diaspora and Israel, it is refreshing .
that one of the participants in the Disabled Olympics, whichi
held recently in Canada, made a strong effort to comply wi
religious tenets and ran into some difficulties in so doing
Shmuel Chaimovitch. a weightlifter on the Israeli
Olympic team, is a very religious young man and found
ced with a serious problem during the course of the running!
the Olympics. Shmuel was so anxious to compete in the iif
featherweight weightlifting division on the Saturday on which t
ev5n^was scheduled that he spent all Friday night in thei
the Olympiad for the Phvsicallv Disabled in Etobicoke
nepzi
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Mnjst/MrrfA->r Friday. October^
THERE HAS been a great deal of talk of late about
the Panama Canal. A lot of party politics has entered
into it. There has been talk that the issue might
engender another war. The Panama Canal is a hole in
the ground and we need a war about it like a hole in
the head. Anyway, it is gratifying that no Jew is
mentioned in its connection.
But it might have been different. Theodor Herzl as a
child would tell his playmates that when he grew up,
he would build the Panama Canal but he would warn
them, "Don't tell anyone."
in
of Bunomq the Panama Canal,,
.4&;*ftii^^
have recognized them for in his play "The Ghetto, to
solution was different. In just a little time he though,
by the processes of civilization, the prejudice *"
disappear One of the Jews in Vienna who came to *|
this play was a man who was probing deep into"*,
lay in a different direction and he became a news- human emotions and who probably was not as op-J
paperman playwright and ultimately the founder of timistic about this solution Sigmund Freud.
the Zionist movement. .k.i lirof I
h <*. a .u u Mark Twain was a visitor to Vienna at tnai u.
iSif^ '" .J*-8niTgt0 ** as fitted to e and his Picture of ^e city from which Hitler *tf
Jewish eader as to build the Panama Canal. His first me was also very dark.
proposal for the solution of the Jewish problem was for "There are 19 different parties in Vienna, "he jn*
lerchant of "~i. c_u.
ies of that
nflationary. raise the price of WEIZMANN ^ ^^ ^ erzl had o*
dested"r tni^Ld ^Z^ ^t^^J^l Merchant of -mAO^ STS^EST^d the'only point o!
HIS PARENTS encouraged him
technical studies to that end, but it was destined for Venice had pointed out one of thp Hiff'iX "":,,-"lJm each fighting all the others and the on
another by the same name Theodore Roosevelt solution it would be inflationary r ^ ,k < Which aU are united is in hat-in the Jews."
to bring the canal into existence. pork. "* raiSe the Pnce of WEIZMANN ONCE remarked that H
Growing up, young Herzl realized that his talents THERE WERE other difficulties and w i advantage over him as a Zionist leader
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abs Destroy Religious Articles
BV GIL SEDAN
And DAVID LANDAU
EBRON (JTA) -
government is trying
erately to cool in-
gd passions that
ted over the Yom Kip-
weekend in a bitter
between religious
and Arabs in this
Bank town, site of
nes sacred to both the
ish and Moslem faiths.
he events touched off
ing in other West Bank
a and villages during
h numerous Arabs
arrested and several
skirmishes
troops and
ajiiiii
mug
filling
tided in
Israeli
der police.
l\ ALSO resulted in a
polarization of opinion
ng Israeli Jews with
nuallv far-reaching political
tussion'- for the Rabin
Irnment
le violence was precipitated
(the destruction of Jewish
|ous artifacts in the Mach-
Cave (Tomb of the
fcarch-;! where Jews and
lems are |>ermitted to
Ihip. but .it -' parate times,
rcordini: to eye-witnesses.
leave was entered Sunday
linp l>y a frenzied mob" of
[ youths who left
| in shambles.
Torahs and
I mashing and
f ishings.
iwed what local
was the
n of the
i Moslem holy
\ b; Jews from the
by Orthodox township ol
WISH WORSHIPPERS
f ii ivc later Sunday
1 Usher in Yom
m
1 Background 1
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Kippur. were greeted by the
scene of destruction. According
to eye-witnesses, they were
stunned and then infuriated.
One eye-witness reported that
a fist fight developed between
two Jews and several Arabs
inside the shrine when Jews dis-
covered that an altar cloth had
been torn.
Soldiers intervened to keep the
clash from spreading. But
tempers were already running
high because of an incident the
previous day when Israeli
soldiers prevented Kiryat Arba
Jews from conducting Sabbath
services at the old Ohel
Avraham synagogue a lew yards
from the Machpela Cave.
THEIR PURPOSE was to
avoid a Jewish-Arab con-
frontation such as have occurred
frequently in recent weeks.
Jewish worshippers were
removed bodily from the site in
the presence of Aral) onlookers
Israeli troops feared the Arabs
might be tempted to join in
hustling .lews away and the
Military Governor thereupon
declared the entire market area
adjoining the shrines dosed to
all
\t about the same time,
rumors spread like wildfire
among Hebron Arabs that .lews
had torn and trampled the Koran
in the Machpela Cave. The
Military Governor, Gen. David
Hagoel, visited the scene.
According to Military Govern-
ment sources, a Koran was found
on the floor though not
damaged.
lo Incidents at Babi Yar
^'EW YORK (JTA) The Student Struggle for So-
Jewry reported here it had learned by a telephone call to
hal 100 Soviet -lews held a memorial service at
' r St] 9 which lasted several hours and that there
(lointerfi ri-nce by police or KGB agents.
icret police had threatened to arrest anyone
"n.ili/m: the massacre of 100.000 Jews by the Nazis
Ut nrlcl War ||. The memorial service marked the 35th
lersan ol tl. massacre.
plenn Hirhter, sss.l coordinator, said the services were
I each year also because the Soviet gover-
In identify Jews as among the victims ol the
yme slaughter, \ new large monument recently erected
s"pn .ill references to the Jewish v ictims
rish .Memorabilia in Capsule
WILMINGTON, Del. (JTA) A Bicentennial time
P which included material related to Jewish history was
l!'!". S|'L .(() in Wilmington Square. According to the
P*i Historical Society of Delaware, the capsule contained
'"story | tiu. Jews in Delaware" by Rabbi M. David
J and the Jewish Historical Society's publication
FhDelaware: History. Sites. Communal Services."
Mhur Krieger, chairman of the event, also enclosed a
*ah m the hope that there would be peace for the world in
!xt Mntury. Krieger, according to the Society, was the
V m the U.S. to be chairman of such an event during
['centennial year.
cialist Leader Off to Israel
Pa u i w
Fund 7 ,JTA) French Socialist leader Francois
Fund ,0 p"-v a three-day visit to Israel this month.
[of ,'('' ormer contender for the French Presidency and
i j/"'" opposition, is duv to meet with Premier Yitzhak
ore,gn Minister Yigal Alton and other top Israeli
NEVERTHELESS, 'the sight
was definitely provocative." a
military source said. It was
viewed by Mayor Fahed
Kawassme of Hebron, Sheikh
Hilmi Al Muhatassib, head of
the Moslem Council in
Jerusalem, and Hassan Tahbub.
director of the Waqf. the Moslem
religious organization which is
the legal owner of the cave.
The Jewish officers and
Moslem dignitaries reportedly
agreed on the need to calm
tempers. The Moslem leaders,
however, prepared a memo con-
demning the act which was
broadcast by radio throughout
the Arab world.
THE MOSLEM leadership
published a condemnation of
those acts. Muhatassib ex-
pressed painful regret over the
desecration of Jewish articles, as
well as of the Koran. Kawassme
urged all parties to act with
restraint, an appeal echoed in the
East Jerusalem Arab newspaper
Al-Quds.
But the grief and anger of
Orthodox Jews was boundless.
Israeli military sources said the
Arab invasion of the cave and
desecration occurred too quickly
to have been prevented. Police
reinforcements forcibly broke up
the mob. Sixty Arab youths
were injured in the melee, four of
them requiring hospitalization.
Security sources reported that
more than 50 Arabs are being
held in custody on suspicion of
having participated in the
desecration.
MANY WERE said to have
been apprehended inside the
cave. A special police task force
has been set up to investigate
the incident with the aim of
bringing to trial those Arabs
found to have been directly
involved.
The army has replaced the
desecrated articles and permitted
Kiryat Arba Jews to conduct
Yom Kippur services at the cave.
Immediately following the
holiday, there was a ritual burial
of the mutilated Sifrei Torah and
prayerbooks which, according to
Orthodox tradition, must be
mourned in the same manner as
a deceased person.
Ashkenazic Chief Rabbi
Shlomo Goren visited the cave
shortly after Yom Kippur to
begin the delicate task of
retrieving the remains.
Sephardic Chief Rabbi Ovadia
Yosef was also at the scene.
THE ARMY conducted the
burial at the Jewish cemetery
here.
The Kiryat Arba Jews
protested the military's involve-
ment and demanded that the
ceremonies be a purely religious
event. The army, on its part,
feared a new outbreak at the
burial which was attended by
Orthodox Jews from all parts of
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Friday, October ]
On Campaign Trail
Carter Raps Blackmail Bow
BOSTON (JTA) -
Jimmy Carter has accused
the Ford Administration of
"bowing down to foreign
blackmail" by pressuring
Congress to reverse a ban
on missile sales to Saudi
Arabia and by "doing
everything in its power to
keep new anti-boycott
legislation from being
passed."
In a hard-hitting address
here to the Conference of
Presidents of Major Amer-
ican Jewish Organizations,
Carter charged the Ad-
ministration with having
"demonstrated the moral
bankruptcy of its foreign
policy twice within the
last few days."
THE FIRST instance, he said,
concerned the sale of 650
Maverick air-to-ground offensive
missiles to Saudi Arabia.
"For several weeks," he said,
"Congress has been moving
toward passage of legislation
that would ban the sale. This
legislation reflects the
responsible view that the sale of
these missiles cannot improve
the chances for peace in the
region.
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"There is no reason to think
these missiles will increase
security and stability in the
Middle East. There is no reason
to think they can be used only
for defense. There are only
reasons to fear that we will
increase the chance of conflict.
No Administration which was
sensitive to the climate in the
Middle East would let the sale
go forward."
DESPITE THIS. Carter said,
"this Administration has
pressured the Congress to
reverse the ban." He cited a
statement by Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger that Saudi
Arabia "is in a position to use its
influence ... in oil and in peace
efforts."
Carter commented that "if
that is the problem, we should
develop a vigorous energy policy
which Mr. Ford has failed to do.
We should not simply sell
weapons to get oil and risk
peace by vague threats which
the Administration is itself
perpetuating."
On anti-boycott legislation,
Carter attacked the Ad-
ministration for having "con-
sistently" opposed strong en-
forcement of the anti-boycott
laws now on the books. "And
now it is doing everything in its
power to keep needed new legis-
lation from being passed."
"I BELIEVE it is important
to have legislation which outlaws
both discrimination against
Americans on grounds of religion
or nationality and secondary
boycotts against companies
which trade with Israel. This is a
profound moral issue from which
we should not shrink," Carter
said.
"When our Administration
capitulates to pressure." Carter
added, it diminishes the chance
for peace. When it behaves in a
craven fashion, it demeans our
country in the world. When it
wantonly adds arms to Arab
countries in the Middle East
without limit of quantity or
quality, it undermines our com-
mitment to Israel."
Carter also said that the Ad-
ministration's actions show that
the Ford foreign policy has "lost
all pretense of morality. When
they sell missiles to buy oil. they
have lost the sense of what our
nation stands for. It is not the
way we will negotiate when a
new Administration restores a
sense of purpose to our foreign
policy."
ABOUT 350 Jewish leaders
jammed the room during his 20-
minute speech and the 20-minute
question and answer period that
followed. Later Carter posed for
photographs with the heads of
Presidents Conference con-
stituent organizations.
Leaders of the American
Jewish Press Association at-
tended the session at the in-
vitation of Rabbi Alexander M.
Schindler. chairman of the Presi-
dents Conference, who presided
and introduced Carter. Kdward
Sanders of Los Angeles, deputy
national campaign director.
escorted Carter to the meeting.
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Ford is gaining the support of
those elements in the Jewish
community who previously have
backed U.S. Senators Henry M.
Jackson and Hubert H.
Humphrey, according to Prof.
Israel Singer, coordinator for
Jewish affairs at the Ford
campaign.
"We have been heartened by
the solid core of support for Ford
in the Jewish community, in
particular groups who were
behind Jackson, Humphrey, and.
of course. President Nixon,"
Singer said. He singled out such
groups as college youth and
senior citizens.
"THE SUPPORT for Ford
among these groups," Singer
said, "is a strong indication that
Carter's support is soft in the
Jewish community, and that
Ford is making significant
inroads in this traditional Demo-
cratic vote."
Singer, deputy chairman of
the Judaic Studies Department
at Brooklyn College of City Uni-
versity of New York, said that
he had been speaking before
Jewish groups across New York
State, and has found that
"people were turning away from
Carter because of his in-
experience in foreign affairs
People have been telling me. If
Carter takes a stand on Israel.
can you rely on such a statement
with no experience or record to
back it up?*
Carter has been promising
"tremendous things for the
Jewish community." according
to Singer.
"BUT CARTER has never
had to deliver in the context of
American government and inter-
national relations. Although
President Ford has not totally
fulfilled one's fullest hopes, he
has been within the reality of
international relations, and has
delivered.''
Singer noted that the Jewish
Affairs Division of the Ford
campaign has an active college
youth and senior citizen
operation.
"We have found." he said.
"that these people are en-
thusiastic about Ford, and
recognize that the President has
been a staunch, consistent and
reliable friend of the Jewish
community."
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Favored Status for Rumania
WASHINGTON (JTA) With neither the House nor
the Senate taking action, the Ford Administration
automatically has become free to extend most favored nation
trade rights to Rumania until next July, the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency learned.
Under existing law, the Administration can extend
benefits to any country not in the European Common Market
if it adheres to limits seen as satisfactory by the
Administration on emigration and treatment of those seeking
to emigrate provided neither the Senate nor the House lakes
action against it.
Subcommittees in both Houses held hearings on the
Rumanian issue but neither afterwards called for full com-
mittees to evaluate the evidence and take action.
limmim'ulmi.....imfiiiiiiiiiim
Conservative
Rabbis Take
Part In
Conversions
The great majority of Conservative rabbis are hospitj
to. and participate in conversion programs, according t
survey recently completed, it was announced by Rabbi Star
Rabinowitz of Washington. D.C., president of the Rabbin
Assembly.
With 166 of its almost 1,000 members answering,
questionnaire on conversion, the Rabbinical Assembly suni
conducted by Chaplain Gary L. Atkins, now serving in]
U.S. Air Force in the Philippines, indicated that overl
percent have positive feelings about conversion, or accept hi
a valid aspect of contemporary Jewish life.
Only one of the rabbis refuses to participate in
versions, with another two stating that they do their bestl
discourage individuals seeking to convert. Over 12 percent!
those answering the questionnaire favor positive programs!
conversion, with an additional 50 percent accepting
versions, particularly among intermarried couples as a DO
aspect of rabbinical life.
Daniel Patrick Moynihan. former U.S. pern
representative to the United Nations, will be the mal
speaker at the 'ilst annual Weizmann Dinner on Mondavi
the New York Hilton Hotel, it was announced by Stephen
Stulman, president of the American Comma tee for
Weizmann Institute of Science, sponsors of the dinner.
The guest of honor will be F.dgar M. Bronfman, chairn
,md chief executive officer of the Seagram Company,
Bronfman is the recipient-designate of the Weizmal
Medallion, which is awarded annually at the \\eizmann dinn
for distinguished service to science. Israel and the Jewii
people.
Another featured speaker will be Prof. Michael S.-L t|
sixth president of the Weizmann Institute ol Science
Rehovot, Israel.
Florida could gain $50 million a year more it: federal aid j
coming years because of a mid-decade cens and ann
estimate bill, passed by the House and Senatt prior
adjoourning in Washington last week, that will help targ
federal spending more accurately by providing betO
population information.
The measure. 11.11 11337, was introduced in the SenateI
Sen. Richard Stone and in the House of Represi
Hep. Patricia Schroeiler of Colorado. Hep. William I.ehn
and Hep. Dante Pascell supported it.
H.H. 11337 mandates an accurate population count eWl
five years, instead of every ten. It also requires the Cemi
Bureau to publish estimates of total population .md oth
population characteristics annually where possible
A check for $2,500, together with a messag. of support
has been delivered to the National Associal for 'I
Advancement of Colored People from the National Council j
Jew ish Women.
Calling the $1.2 million lawsuit against the NAAC1
tremendous injustice. Esther R. Landa. national president!
the National Council of Jewish Women, expressed to NAAQ
Executive Director Hoy W'ilkins the hope that |
organization will be successful in its struggle to avi
could mean financial ruin if NAACP is unable to raise tl
money needed to post a bond required as a result of the com
award arising out of the 1966 boycott in Port Gibson, Mi
A promising treatment for some forms of skin < ancen
been developed by scientists at the Hebrew I niversit)
Hadassah Medical School.
The therapy, developed bv Prof. Adam Bekierkunst ofu>
Medical Bacteriology Department, and Prof. Haim Cohen'
the Dematology and Venereology Department, is the result
research going on for the past eight years on the hioloOT
activities of cord factor. [
Based on their findings. Bekierkunst and Cohej
developed a killed BCG and cord factor preparation m
form of an ointment which Prof. Cohen successfully u?eS
patients with skin tumors.
An appeal was tiled last week with the I L
Supreme Court bv the National Jewish Comnu- ]
and Public Affairs seeking reversal of a M i I
court decision denying reimbursement to m ***?
tor performing services mandated by the stab iccorconB
Sidney Kwestel, COLPA president
The case involves .. law passed in 197-1 P'"'vklinfJ
reimbursement to non-public schools of the costs ol rnPJJ
with state requirements for pupil attendance reportingMWJ
administration of state prepared examinations such as reg "j
tests. These are required of both public and non-pub'11' sen
alike. K


October 15. 1976

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Page 13-A
A Second Question for Carter
Continued from Page 4-A
week in which I questioned
La indifference to the extra-
hicular ailivitcs of one of his
I aides. Pal rick Caddell. as a
Lie relations consultant to the
[. ol Saudi Arabia in
Lhinjcton. I ended the column
U ihf promise of a second
fcsiion this week.
THE SECOND question, of
kte,isG< rge Bail.
I |er the answers to both
.questions as the litmus of
[unvoting intentions
ll'hen Carter talks al*>ut his
fanitment to Israel's survival,
L forced i" wonder- survival
I hut how? My main fear is
[ .-, Ball who w ill be
prying the answer.
[in \ug : Mr. Ball wrote to
T/to complain about a column
It had appeared in The Jewish
Tridian "l July 9 by Victor
fcn-it.K-k retired general
ol the Jewish Tele-
Iphir Agencj in New York, in
Ich Bienstock argued that if
& is elected, Ball might very
cretary of state to
Idrtniin'iit ol Israel.
|N HIS article, Bienstock
I Rail one of the country's
vocal and effective op-
Hits dt an \merican policy of
lout support tor Israel and.
jticularK "t extensive
|itjn assistance so long as
lins control of the
il occupied in the 1967
l-l)a> V.
ilr Ball complains in his Aug.
letter to me t hal statements
he July ;i article "do not fully
lie im position He cites, for
example, alleged inaccuracies in
the article pertaining to his
position on Jerusalem which
ignores "the Jordanian Army"s
seizure of the Old City in 1948
although by UN decision
Jerusalem was to have been
internationalized, while the
Israeli liberation of the Old City
in 1967 was an aggression that
had to Ik' undone."
Not si), argues Mr Hall in his
letter, who insists on the con-
trary that "the issue of Old
Jerusalem should be settled by
some form of international
arrangement for which a number
of formulas have been de\ Ised."
Certainly, this is not a
rebuttal calculated to appease
the fears of anyone ardently
interested in Israel's survival
nor. indeed, calculated to answer
the questions one may be en-
tertaining in ones mind as a
consequence of the unhappy
reality that \1r Mall is a Jimmy
Carter adviser on foreign affairs.
It is. in fact, precisely the
position the July 9 article at-
tributed to him.
INEVITABLY, one is forced
to wonder why Jerusalem
disturbs Mr. Ball so and what
"formulas" for "international
arrangement" he may be
prepping Jimmy Carter on at the
same time that Carter orates on
his commitment to Israel, and
Israel has served notice to the
world that Jerusalem shall never
U' divided again.
Is it a Carter commitment to
the sun ival of Israel as. say, the
infamous Rogers Plan proposed
Israel's survival during the
Nixon years?
Israel May Have Nuclear
fower Station During '80's
JKRI SAI.KM (JTA) A ministerial committee has
tided in recommend the construction of Israel's first nuclear
[ tat ion, a 900-megawatt plant thai will cost an
mated 8700 million at current prices,
Ihe decision came after prolonged deliberations and is
I"' to final approval by the National Planning and
pstruction Council and the Finance Ministry.
IF APPROVED, the plant would be built during the
Ps. The committee also recommended an option to pur-
fce a second nuclear reactor of the same capacity.
I fhere ire. reportedly, three potential suppliers the
ptinghouse Co., Babcox & Wilcox and General Electric, all
I'Tican firms.
S., Mexico Had Spat Over Aliens
"tinued from Page 4-A
tian Democratic Party.
*y ordered their secret
the dreaded DINA. to
"P the coalition move-
Orlando Letelier was the
ol the coalition leaders to
w sources say the lives of
">" are also in danger.
ld where does the United
g stand? It is subsidizing
^tatorship.
*DS MAN: The Repub-
'.Put the Postal Service on
"^a basis in 1971. They
businessmen to manage
.T?**l Service. They
"*** 't would bring ef-
"* ^ the mails.
delivery is now so in-
^at the Republicans
ves have turned to
w industry to deliver their
R" mail. President Ford
n "sing the United Parcel
8 Private company, to
rt"s campaign mailings.
* President's campaign
Unit!?8 ~eld up bya 9trike
|2 Parcel- To"s of
F"* are stacked u m he
**" of Ford head-
Yet the Republicans still
wouldn't rely on the Postal
Service to deliver the campaign
mailings. When United Parcel
was struck, they arranged to
move most of it by bus.
Hans H. Marcuse*
Louis Witkin
To assure you of a ]
superb social event g
Bar Mitzvah. Wedding
Anniversary Party.
at the all new
The issue of Jerusalem apart,
the main purpose of Mr. Ball's
Aug. 24 letter was an "in all
fairness'' request for the right to
reply, which appeared three days
later in the An-. 27 edition of
The .Jewish Floridian.
THE REPLY no more ap-
peases my fears than did his
letter to me itself. Referring to
\1 Raymond Aron's "logic of
numbers," Mr. Ball reminds us
thai l.r> million Jews confront
something in the neighborhood
ol 100 million Arabs" in the
Middle East.
Furthermore, "the oil revenues
available to the Arab nations for
the purchase of arms are ex-
panding at a fantastic rate."
This means, argues Mr. Ball.
that "it Israel continues to give
the impression that it resists
serious settlement efforts." the
American people will not
provide her indefinitely with
military and economic aid at
something approximating 1976
levels I which means roughly
8700 tor every man. woman and
child in Israeli."
Nor, says Mr. Ball, would
Israel be able to avoid blame in
the eyes of the American people
"tor renewed war and the oil
embargo that would inevitably
follow.'
THESE observations are what
1 would call the diplomacy of
threat tricked out in the kind of
humanism such as must come
easily to Mr. Ball in his current
professional affiliation with the
Jewish firm of Lehman Brothers.
one of whose late members. Sen.
Herbert Lehman, would un-
doubtedly feel as uncomfortable
with them as anyone else con-
cerned with the safety of Jews
and the Jewish State.
They not only raise the specter
of Moslem genocide. They are
also designed 11) to coerce Israeli
submission to the blackmailing
proposition that America's short
Fuse attached to its passion for
that fast-disappearing creature
comfort, the monster auto-
mobile, is about to explode; and
(2) to encourage the spurious
notion that the international
energy crisis is entirely the fault
of Israel.
Furthermore. these ob-
servations are at absolute
variance with Gov. Carter's
stated campaign positions
particularly the possibility of
another oil embargo, which the
Governor said, during the second
presidential debate, he would
consider "an economic act of
war" and against which he
would retaliate, if the Arabs
launched a second such round, in
total kind, not just food, but in
all manner of exports to the
Arab world.
IS THIS just Carter campaign
rhetoric to be supplanted by Mr.
Ball's diplomacy of threat should
Carter be elected?
What is Mr. Ball's solution in
the Middle East as defined by
his Aug. 27 reply in this
newspaper? It is as follows:
A settlement "must involve
the withdrawal by Israel to sub-
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stantially the borders existing
prior to the 1967 War, subject to
such minor boundary rec-
tifications as might be achieved
through negotiation" pre-
cisely what the July 9 Bienstock
column opined of him and which
Mr. Ball wrote to me misrep-
resented his real views;
The conviction that "the
longer the delay in coming to
grips with the fundamental
substantive problems prin-
cipally the Palestinian issue, the
Golan Heights and Jerusalem
the more perilous Israel's
position will become the
longer those problems are per-
mitted to fester, the greater will
1m' the pressures for replacing the
relatively moderate Arab leaders
by more radical leadership ."
THESE ARE heady state-
ments, but like his reference to
Jerusalem. they pose more
questions than they answer.
What are "minor boundary
rectifications'"' What is "the
Palestinian issue"? Which of the
"moderate" Arab leaders does he
mean Sadat, who only last
week threatened renewed war
against Israel after the American
presidential elections; Assad,
who would march on Tel Aviv
tomorrow if he could; Qaddafi.
who would set the whole of the
Middle Hast on fire?
In the end. I am not really
interested in Mr. Ball's argu-
ments. I have heard them a
thousand times before from a
thousand other such "friends" of
Israel.
I am only interested in Gov.
Carter's feelings about George
Ball. Is this his trusted adviser
on Middle Eastern affairs? Is it a
likelihood that Mr. Ball will
indeed be a frontrunner for
secretary of state?
WRITING OF President Ford
and his "victory" in the first
debate. I said that "he is a mere
puppet for a juggernaut" and
that his answers to questions
"would be meaningless anyway."
Ford's failure to rectify his
monumental gaffe on the
question of Soviet domination of
Eastern Europe immediately as
he made il demonstrates the
principle. Ford as automaton is
not the President now. nor would
he be the President if reelected.
and so questions asked of him
are an irrelevancy.
But Gov. Carter is another
matter. During the second
debate, he declined to list
members of his Cabinet if he
were elected, but there is no
doubt that George Ball sits tall
in the saddle among them And
so does Patrick Caddell as at
least some sort of high
presidential aide.
What are the answers? I am
waiting.
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ftoenig Memo Emphasizes Anti-Arab Bias

Continued from Page 1-A
m Arabs will represent
,re*than half the popu-
Eon of the Galilee.
B-HILE rHE government is
shine ahead with its own
as to populate the area with
Jewish urban and rural
wrs Koenig advocated a
ies 0f measures which many
sidereci to be little more than
Crimination against the Arab
He wanti'ii a reduction in sub-
jjes to large Arab families.
ram- for Arabs to study and
|V ahro.Ki. restriction on the
pher ol Vans employed bj
eh enterprises. Koenig wrote
fcjj memorandum about the
p^ieru-e ol other countries
,re. he said, a liberal approach
national minorities had been
Bter-productive.
Although the government dis-
ced an) responsibility, the
jgter of the Interior himself
lared that Koenig retained his
v........
The publication of the Koenig memorandum, in which |:|:
| the Ministry of Interior representative in the Northern if
District of Israel suggests a policy of restrictions and if
:: discriminatory practices against the country's Arab ::
| minority, gave rise to a vigorous debate. Some observers
:<: sense the early rumblings of the next election campaign, if

lovalty. Minister Burg believed
that it was "anti-democratic" to
attack Koenig for expressing his
views to his superiors.
THROUGHOUT, it was made
clear that policy in the Galilee.
as elsewhere, was made by the
government, not a civil servant.
There were many calls for
Koenig to be dismissed
Vmong them was that of the
left-wing Mapam daily. Al
Hamishmar, which was the first
newspaper to print the
document. The paper maintained
that anyone possessing an
outhxik as potentially damaging
as Koenig's should not be
responsible for such a sensitive
area such as the Galilee.
Accusing Koenig of a policy of
serious discrimination. Al
Hamishmar argued that if the
authorities had accepted some of
his proposals, the result would
have been a serious deterioration
in relations between Israel's
Arab and Jewish population.
AMONG LOCAL Arab
reaction was that of the East
Jerusalem daily, Al Quds, which
regarded the document as
reflecting the true official
outlook toward the local Israeli
Arabs and those in the ad-
ministered territories. This was
hotly denied by Israels leaders.
Haaretz, the independent
daily, made the point that
West Bank Problems Multiply
Continued from Page 1-A
:abs Critics on both sides have
used the Habin ad-
mstration of procrastination.
|The "doves" are angered by
government's reluctance to
jke action against the militant
i Emunim. whose base is the
rthodox township of Kiryat
adjacent to Hebron, and
have consistently defied
Bvemfoent orders to keep out of
[Arab town.
ITHE RECENT failure of the
iitary authorities to enforce
Kir arrest of Kiryat Arba's
der and pnme agitator. Rabbi
bshe Levinger, who entered
iron last week in direct
blation of the Military Govern-
knt's orders, is cited as a case
I point
|The continued presence of
Emunim squatters at
num, in the heart of Arab
pulated Samaria, is another.
Cabinet decided last May
the squatters would be
ved to an alternative settle-
site approved by the
femrmi;' Hut so far, no
pnpt has !>een made to im-
ment that edict.
he Gush, supported by
and nationalist
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mandate and that Jews have the
right to settle anywhere in that
territory and. especially, to
worship freely at Jewish shrines
there.
ALTHOUGH Kiryat Arba is a
separate township, its residents
have been demanding the
establishment of a permanent
Jewish presence in Arab Moslem
Hebron.
They say they are merely
reclaiming Jewish property
destroyed by Arab rioters in
1929 when 63 Hebron Jews were
massacred and the rest driven
out of the town.
The most recent con-
frontations between Kiryat Arba
Jews and Hebron Arabs oc-
curred when the former laid
claim to the ruins of the ancient
Ohel Avraham synagogue razed
by the Arabs 47 years ago.
The desecration of Jewish
religious artifacts in the Mach-
pela Cave on the eve of the Day
of Atonement understandably
enraged Jews all over Israel. The
damage done by Arab vandals
was shown on television and in
newspaper photographs.
WHILE FOR many Jews
their initial sense of wrathful
indignation gave way to more
pensive bitterness, the Gush
have seized on the episode to
castigate the government for
alleged appeasement" of the
Arabs and to demand "iron-
fisted" measures against the
latter.
They are pressing their
demands for access to the Ohel
Avraham synagogue and for
total Jewish control of the
Machpela Cave where Jews and
Moslems are permitted to
worship at different times.
The Gush now insist that the
cave be closed to Moslem wor-
shippers until after the Succoth
festival after which the govern-
ment should review the entire
matter of dual prayer rights.
RELIGIOUS Affairs Minister
Yitzhak Raphael of the National
Religious Party, visited the cave
after Yom Kippur. He described
the desecration as "a real
pogrom."
He said later on a radio inter-
view that if there had been
Jewish acts of "foolhardiness"
they didn't compare to what he
called a deliberate, premediated
Arab attack motivated by
hatred.
Liberal opinion was equally
predictable. "Dovea" linked the
vandalism to "incitement" by
Levinger and his followers. The
independent newspaper Haaretz
sharply criticized the govern-
ment for "appeasement" of
Levinger and his followers and
accused the government of a
"flabby" stance toward the
militant Orthodox group.
THE LIKUD opposition bloc,
which supports the Gush, has
called the Knesset into special
session to debate the Hebron
violence. The Cabinet' is
scheduled to meet on the matter
before the Knesset convenes.
Defense Minister Shimon
Peres who was at Hebron in an
unusually grim mood, met with
Welfare Minister Zevulun
Hammer of the NRP's "young
guard."
Hammer is close to the Gush
and to the Kiryat Arba
residents. Peres apparently is
trying to enlist^.his support to
cool tempers.
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Koenig s memorandum was little
more than a "work-paper" with
limited internal circulation
designed to stimulate discussion.
The paper defended the right of
civil servants to express their
views and questioned the
motives of the campaign being
mounted against Koenig.
Maarii the afternoon paper,
tended to agree, arguing that a
civil servant should not be dis-
qualified because of his views.
The only relevant criterion
was the manner in which he
performed his task. Davar. the
Histadrut daily, believed that
rejection of the Koenig proposals
months before, would have
ended the episode. It should be
done now.
WHILE THE proposals
themselves were irrelevant and
meaningless. Koenig's aptitude
for the post might have to be
reconsidered if his views differed
so radically from government
policy.
Many papers agreed with the
Jerusalem Post contention that
the memorandum had brought to
the surface a long simmering
controversy about Arab policy
among responsible functionaries
of the Government and the
ruling Labor Party. Some
wanted the government to form
a clearcut policy.
The Post believed the con-
troversy was better aired than
stifled, but agreed that Koenig
should not continue in office.
The English-language daily
noted that the government had
not been blind to the problem
posed by large concentrations of
Arabs in some parts of the
country, notably in the Galilee,
and to the threat of irredentism
that could go with it.
"BUT THE governments
remedy has been the promotion
of Jewish settlement in these
areas, without detracting from
any rights enjoyed under law by
the country's Arab citizens.
Official policy has aimed at the
fullest possible integration of
Arabs into the life of Israel,"
wrote the Post.
The Ministry of the Interior is
controlled by the National
Religious Party under the co-
alition agreement. The NRP's
official organ, Hazofeh, defended
the document and attacked those
who leaked it. detecting the
"first shot" in a campaign by
the Mapam Party to break up
the Labor Alignment before the
1977 general elections.
An article in Hazofeh, by
Yehuda Azrieli, pointed to the
efficacy of the "strong hand"
used by the security forces in
putting down the bloody "Land
Day" riots in the Galilee some
five months ago.
HE RECALLED that, at least
superficially, the inciters were
quiet and the Rakah communist
party had published a call to the
Arab population to avoid pro-
vocative acts.
Azrieli noted that there was a
great deal of evidence on how
good life was for the Arabs of
Israel Hut the problem was one
of principle: "A state with a
Jewish majority is not. and will
nut be bi-national. There is an
Arab society with which we
must live
He argued that the Arab must
accept the basic premise of a
Jewish state open to Jews
abroad both morally and legally.
Any act against this objective
would affect the Arabs them-
selves.
"THE FUNDAMENTAL for
co-existence is recognition of the
eternal nature of the Jewish
people's national-spiritual way of
life the physical condition of
the Israeli Arab, improving by
hundreds of years every decade,
is a direct result of Jewish
dominance in the country."
wrote Azrieli.
Marek Geffen, editor of Al
Hamishmar. the paper attacked
by Hazofeh for leaking the docu-
ment, agreed with the NRP
contention that Israel is a
Jewish state, not a bi-national
state.
"But those who want to
preserve the character of the
state must do everything to
develop the feelings of
cooperation and loyalty among
the Arab minority."
This could not be achieved
only be lofty declarations, but
primarily by a policy of full
equality, of breaking down the
dividing barriers and by
avoiding acts which cause
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Qn "Federation Tuesday," slated for Nov. 9, the women of the
Jewish community will hear woman journalist, Shana
Alexander, and share a day of educational seminars, sponsored
jv the (ireater Miami Jewish Federation Women's Division.
Chairman of the event is Myra Farr Heft), now formulating
plans with Community Education Vice President Ellen
Handler 'standing, center), Pat Fine (seated, center) and
Rosemary Furman (seated, right).
Rachel Abramowitz Named
To Receive Israel Koah Award
Rachel Abramowitz,
Rabbi
Temple
named
that ;i
(elected
major
Florida
wife of
Mayer Abramowitz of
Menorah. has been
for the Israel Koah
marking the first time
Rabbi'8 wife has been
aa the honoree of a
dinner of the South
Israel Bond Or
nnization, it was announced by
Milton M Parson, executive di-
he organization.
Mr- Abramowitz will be
honor..', at the annual Temple
Menorah-Israel Dinner of State
on Sal irdaj evening, Nov. 13. at
tainebleau Hotel.
In making the announcement
award, Parson said. "As
the wife of the spiritual leader of
Greater Miami's largest
and mosl active congregations.
Rachel Abramowitz has not only
the full measure of
iliility within the con-
on that the wife of a rabbi
carries, hut she has accepted
maw responsibilities on behalf
of community needs and the
needs ot Israel "
Mr- \bramowitz arrived in
Miami Beach in 1951 after
spending several years in
Germany, Austria and Italy
here her husband served as
Chaplain with the U.S. Armed
forces and as director of the
RACHEL ABRAMOWITZ
Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee.
She is a graduate of the
University of Miami where she
received her B.A.. M.A..
Uiplomate in Collegiate
Teaching, and a Doctor of Arts
degrw with a major field in
Russian and Soviet Area
Studies. Her doctoral project
was Jews Under the Tsars and
Commissars: The History and
Culture of Russian Jewry."
Lincoln Chapter Plans Oct. 26 Meeting
Lincoln Miami Beach Chapter
of i lie Women's league for
Israel will have a regular
meeting on Oct. 26 at 100
Lincoln Road Club Room. 12:30
p.m.
Program for the afternoon will
include a book review by Sara
Helfand. The public is invited
and refreshments will be served.
Rose Hochstim, chapter
president, will preside.
Some r,o persons attended a cocktail meeting recently in the
"ome of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Porter, Miami Beach, to
plans for a dinner-dance at which Brandeis University
''hum. Mass.. will honor Abel Holtz. chairman of the
Capital Banks, with its Distinguished Community
iward. Discussing the Nov. 6 event at the Doral
Hotel are (left to right) Sam Lubx, Jr.. dinner chairman: Dr.
lS?ing l.ehrman. Rabbi of Temple Emanu-El and Brandeis
Councilor: Porter, also a Brandeis President
councilor; and Leonard A. Wien, Sr.. a dinner cochairman and
Member of the Brandeis Board of Fellows.
Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida ] Friday. October 15, 1976
Section B
Garment to Speak
At Brotherhood's
Biennial Convention
Leonard Garment, U.S.
representative to the
United Nations Human
Rights Commission, will
deliver the keynote address
at the opening session of
the 26th biennial con-
vention of the National
Federation of Temple
Brotherhoods on Wed-
nesday, Nov. 10, at the
Diplomat Hotel in Holly-
wood, Fla.
Garment, a New York
attorney, was special con-
sultant and acting counsel
to President Richard Nixon
and was appointed to his
UN post in 1975 by Pres-
ident Gerald Ford.
HE IS also a campaign ad-
visor to Daniel Patrick Moyni-
han. Democratic nominee for the
U. S. Senate from New York.
Garment has long been active in
Jewish causes.
U.S. Sen. Richard Stone of
Florida will be the Saturday
night banquet speaker on Nov.
13 at which Shepard Broad.
Miami banker, attorney and
philanthropist, will be honored.
Some 1.000 delegates and their
wives from coast-to-coast will
attend the five-day conclave
Nov. 10 to 14.
Rabbi Alexander Schindler.
president of the Union of
American Hebrew Con-
gregations, and chairman of the
Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Or-
ganizations, will deliver the
Fridav night convention sermon
at Temple Beth El. Hollywood,
on "The State of World Jewry."
Rabbi Martin Cohen, professor
of Jewish history at the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute
of Religion, will address a Nov.
LEONARD GARMENT
11 luncheon meeting on "The
Future of Reform Judaism in
America."
THE REPORTS of the
Brotherhood's president. Ber-
nard Hirsh of Dallas, and the
executive director. Sylvan
Lebow of New York, will be
heard at the Nov. 10 opening
session.
The NFTB is the service
organization of 500 Reform
temple men's clubs with 75.000
members throughout the United
States. Canada and abroad.
Simchat Torah To Conclude
Holy Day Observances
With Simchat Torah to be
celebrated on Sunday, the
festival period for the new year.
5737, comes to a close. Area
temples and synagogues will
mark Hashana Rabbah on
Friday and Shemini Atzeret on
Saturday. The celebrations will
be highlighted with the
traditional Hakafot or Torah
processions.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will
celebrate Hoshana Rabbah on
Friday morning at 8 a.m. and
Shemini Atzeret that evening at
630 p.m. at Temple Ner Tamid.
Saturday morning services begin
at 8:45 a.m. with Yizkor at
10:30. The Rabbi's sermon.
"Israel Is Our Soul," will follow.
On Saturday evening. Temple
Ner Tamid will have a Torah
procession. On Sunday, Simchat
Torah services begin at 8:45 a.m.
Temple Israel of Greater
Miami will celebrate Simchat
Torah with the consecration of
all new students registered at
both the main synagogue school
and Temple Israel South
Religious School. Additionally,
Assistant Rabbi Brett Goldstein
will be formally installed.
Services begin at 8 p.m. with Dr.
Joseph Narot, President David
Fleeman and Rabbi Brett
Goldstein speaking.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz and
Cantor Nico Feldman will
conduct Shemini Atzeret ser-
vices Friday evening at 7 and
Saturday morning at 9 at
Temple Menorah. Simchat Torah
sen. ices will be held on Saturday
at 7:15 p.m. and on Sunday
morning at 9.
The Israelite Center Temple
has scheduled services for
Thursday at 6 p.m.. Hashana
Rabbah morning services at 7
and Mincha and Maariv at 6
p.m. Shemini Atzeret services
will be at 8:45 a.m. on Saturday
with the sermon and Yizkor at
0 Simchat Torah evening
Hakafot will begin at 7:30 p.m.
On Sunday at 8:45 a.m. and 7
p.m.. Rabbi Solomon
Waldenberg and Cantor Hyman
I.ifshin will lead the synagogue
in a Simchat Torah celebration.
Youths of the Greater Miami
Jewish community will join with
Dr. Irving Lehrman, past
national president of the Syna-
gogue Council of America, in
special prayers for Soviet. Syrian
and Iraqi Jewry Saturday night
during the Hakofot Service
which opens the observance of
Simchat Torah at Temple
Emanu-El of Miami Beach.
Friday morning will feature an
8 a.m. service observing
Hashana Rabbah, with a 6:30
p.m. Friday service ushering in
the holiday of Shemini Atzeret.
Main service for Shemini
Atzeret will be held at 9 a.m.
Saturday, with a Yizkor service
at 10:30. Dr. Lehrman will
preach at 10:30 on "Israel, the
Torah and God Are One."
On Sunday morning the
principal Simchat Torah service
begins at 9 a.m.. with Dr.
Lehrman officiating, assisted by
Cantor Zvi Adler.
Rabbi Daniel J. Fingerer's
sermon on Oct. 16, Shemini
Atzeret. will be "The Jew
Remembers the Good and the
Bad." Yiskor and sermon are
scheduled for 10:30 a.m.
Saturday at 8 p.m.. Simchas
Torah: Hakafot. services will
include processions with the
Torah.
Sunday at 9 a.m. Rabbi
Fingerer's sermon will be "The
Torah Reading Cycle Will Be
Completed and Started from the
Beginning."
Temple Adath Yeshurun will
end the reading of the five Books
of Moses and begin the cycle
over again with the reading of
the Story of Creation on
Saturday. Oct. 16. at 7:30 p.m.
Simchat Torah Eve Service
and Children's Torah Pro-
cessional on behalf of Soviet
Jewry in the Moscow Synagogue
stvlewill be held at 7:30 p.m. on
Saturday at Beth David South.
At Temple Beth Am in South
Miami. The Torah Processional
will take place on Friday night.
Oct 15. at the 7:30 p.m. service.
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard will
speak on the theme "The Joy of
The Torah" as part of the
service. Services will be held by
Beth Am on Saturday morning
at 9:30 a.m. for the Religious
School and at 11:15a.m.
On Friday. Oct. 15. 8:15 p.m..
Dr. Leon Kronish will conduct
Sabbath and Simchat Torah-
Shemini Atzeret services at a
family Hakofot service
On Saturday. Oct. 16. Simchat
Torah-Shemini Atzeret services
and Yizkor services will be
conducted at 10:45 am
Students from grades Kinder-
garten through Grade 3 in the
Flementary School Department
will be consecrated at this time.
A Simchat Torah celebration
highlights Temple Bet Breira's
weekly services. Friday, at the
Killian Pines United Methodist
Church.
The service, conducted by
Rabbi Barry Tabachnikoff,
starts at 8:15 p.m.
The Shabbat Service at
Temple Judea of Coral Gables,
Friday, will celebrate Simchat
Torah.
Rabbi Michael B. Eisenstat
will lead the congregation in
prayer and Cantor Rita Shore
will direct the Religious School
Junior Choir in the liturgical
music.
Simchat Torah will be ob-
served at Temple Sinai of North
Dade on Friday evening and
Saturdav morning. Oct. 15 and
16.
On Friday evening. Mrs.
Kenneth Schwartz will chant the
last section of Deuteronomy
During the morning service,
children new to Temple Sinai's
Synagogue School will be
consecrated.
For Saturday Yizkor services
at 9 a.m. at Temple Zion. Rabbi
Norman N. Shapiro will speak on
"Is Not Forgetting Enough?"
Saturday night. Oct. 16. 7:30
p.m.. there will be a Family
Service with Hakafot.
Agudath Israel Synagogue
will observe Shemini Atzeret,
Saturday. Oct. 16. at 9 a.m. with
Yizkor at 10:30 a.m. Evening
services are at 6:45 p.m. Simchat
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Friday, October
15, 1976
Temple Beth Sholom Offers Musical Series
"The success of the Great
Artists Series of Temple Beth
Sholom has prompted us to
create a new mini series' called
Great Performances at Beth
Sholom. which is being in-
augurated this year and will
feature Leonard Rose, cellist.
Mstislav Rostropovich. con-
ductor and cellist, and the Tel
Aviv String Quartet, first-chair
members of the Israel Phil-
harmonic Orchestra, announced
James S Knopke. president of
the temple
Judy Drucker. chairman of the
Great Artists Series, said. We
are particularly pleased and
extremely gratified that your
response has been so heart-
warming, and we pledge to
dedicate ourselves to constantly
bring you music and art of the
highest caliber for only
through the arts does life have
meaning.' '
The Leonard Rose recital will
be held on Wednesday. Dec. 15:
Mstislav Rostropovich. Tuesday.
Feb. 15: and the Tel Aviv String
Quartet. Monday March 7
All three concerts will be held
in the Auditorium of the temple
and will star, a: 8:30 pjn.
Chairman of the Great
Performances at Beth Sholom''
series is Judy Drucker. co-
chairman is James S Knopke
and Millie Sff --bscnption
chairman. Dr Leon Kronish
is spiritual leader of the
aoagrcgatJon
Judge Friedman Reelected
To BB Highest Policy Board
Dade County Circuit Court
Judge Milton Friedman has been
reelected to serve a two-year
term as a member of B'nai
B nth nai board of
governors, the highest polio
board of the 500.000-member
Jewish service organization.
He has been active in B'nai
B'nth affairs for 41 years and
served as president of B'nai
B nth District 5. covering the
Southeastern region
Friedman has served in other
national posts with the or-
ganization, including six years
as a national commander of the
Anti-Defamation League and
another six years as a national
commander of its B'nai B'rith
Youth Organization
He was elected to the circuit
court in November. 196?. and
was reelected without opposition
for a six-year term in 1972
Friedman was reelected a
B'nai B rith governor at the or-
ganization s recent international
convention here.
Silverstein, Green Invited
To Bar-Han Board Meeting
Two South Florida Jewish
community leaders have been
invited to a special national
meeting of the Board of Over-
seers of Bar-Han University
scheduled for Oct 20 in New
York City
They are William Silverstein.
a founder of Bar-1 Ian and holder
of the University's Medal of
Honor; and Mrs. Harriet Green,
president of the Pioneer Women
Council of South Florida. They
are the only members of the Bar-
Ilan national board from the
South
Participating in the board
meeting will be Dr. Joseph H.
Lookstein of Miami Beach and
New York, chancellor of Bar-Ilan
and national president of the
Synagogue Council of America.
Bar-Ilan. headquartered in
Miami Beach's sister city in
Israel. Ramat Gan. is an
American-chartered university.
ZOA Schedules Meeting
Al Lefkowitz. president of the
Miami Beach District of the
Zionist Organization of America,
announces that the first meeting
of the year will be held on
Monday. Oct. 18. at 1 p.m. at
the American Savings and Loan
Association. 1200 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach.
Don Shoemaker, editor of the
Miami Herald, will speak on "An
Overview of 1976.''
Nominations and elections of
officers will also take place.
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Israeli Folk Dance
Classes to Begin
Israel folk dance instruction
under the tutelage of Yusi
Yar.ich comes to the University
of Miami's Flamingo Ballroom of
the Whit ten Student Union,
beginning Sunday, Oct. It
sponsored by the Student
Activities Committee of the
Union.
The Association for Jewish
Special Education. Inc has been
created to offer a community-
wide program of special
education for Jewish children
and adults.
This nonprofit corporation will
employ faculty and conduct
programs of Jewish religious
education for children and adults
with mental handicaps.
Leo Plotkin. attorney, interim
president of the Association,
stated that the program has the
full cooperation of the Central
Jewish Education
and is intended lo serve Broward
and Dade courv
Dr. Ruth Pinnas. psychology
-lor. chairman of the Pro-
nal Standards Committee.
is contacting psychologists,
special educators and social
workers to participate in evalu-
ating students for proper
educational placement
Ira I Blitt. CPA. cochairman
of the Ways and Means Com-
mittee, has announced a major
gifts drive to raise S 15.000 for
first-year funding of the
program
The treasurer and chairman of
the membership committee.
Carol Sprung, has announced a
membership goal of 150 mem-
bers for the first year
five classes of membership are
available: Life. sustaining
family, individual and student.
Mike Exelbert. second vice
president, coordinator from the
Dade County Public SchooTj
Department of Exceptional Child
Education, is the chairman of
the Coordinator Screening Com-
mittee Exelbert is
inting
applications for the position of
program coordinator.
Other officer-, of fas ;,ttion
are Karen Kaminsky
educational director. I'-mp'le
Solel. and Sam Kaminsk)
vice president and director of
DARC
Parents of handicapp.-.i chil-
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to contact Yera Plotkir. u
coordinator. Programs will be
located according to area
population needs.
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Dr. Moshe Many To Meet Beth Shobm to Honor Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith
Red Magen David Leaders
0r Moshe Many, prominent
urologist and director of the
International Department of the
Magen David Adorn, Israel's
official Red Cross service, will
grrive in Miami Beach Thursday,
Qjt 14, to meet with local and
national leaders of the American
Ited Magen David Adom,
official Red Cross service, was to
jrrive in Miami Beach Thursday.
Oct 14. to meet with local and
national leaders of the American
Red Magen David for Israel.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Sol Drescher
Were to host a reception in their
Miami Ileach home welcoming
Prof Many, former chairman of
the executive committee of the
Ml\ in Israel. The 8 p.m.
reception also will hear plans for
the upcoming. Dec. 16.
Chanukah Festival for Israel and
National Salute to Operation
Jonathan, slated for the Miami
Beach Theatre of the Performing
Arts on the first night of
Chanukah.
Dr. Many, professor of medi-
cine at Tel Aviv University, is
chief of surgery at Chaim Sheba
Medical Center and Hospital in
Tel Hashomer. Israel. The hos-
pital is the sister medical in-
stitution in Israel of Mt. Sinai
Medical Center in Miami Beach.
Working with Drescher in
preparing for the four-day visit
of Dr. Many were Joseph
Handleman of Miami Beach,
national president of the AR-
MDI; David Coleman of Miami
Beach, state president of AR-
MDI; Samuel Reinhard of
Miami Beach. Florida ARMDI
chairman; Howard Kaufman,
Greater Miami Chapter Presi-
dent: Mark Soroko of Bal
Harbour, national board
member; and Gerald Schwartz,
regional director.
Junior Achievement Begins
Business Center Renovation
Plans to renovate the Sun-
niland business Center of Junior
Achievement of Greater Miami
became a reality recently when
the full-scale restoration project
commenced
According to Fred Miller,
Junior Achievement's executive
director, the center will be fully
completed by Oct. 15. in time for
the beginning of the new JA
year
Junior Achievement, a non-
profit business economics pro-
gram, offers area high school
student ^ the opportunity to
learn how the free enterprise
system works. They, in turn,
gain an understanding of
economics and human relations
in order to better equip them-
Mlves in business career
evaluation and eventual
selection
The Miami area Junior
Achievement program will in-
clude 35 achiever companies
counseled by 27 advisor teams
from local businesses. According
to Miller, well over 1.000 area
high school students will par-
ticipate in the program this year.
The current renovation
project at our Sunniland center
illustrates a definite upward
trend Junior Achievement is
currently taking," reports Miller.
"I'm confident that the program
*ill continue to grow with in-
creased involvement and suDoort
from business and industry in
this community."
Work on the renovation of the
Sunniland center is being ac-
complished by members of the
various advisor teams, Miller
said The project was organized
by Richard Tash, Junior
Achievement's vice president of
Facilities (Tash is division
manager of operations for Bur-
dines of Florida).
Assisting in the renovation
are: George Van Wyck. im-
mediate past president of JA
(senior vice president and
treasurer of American Bankers
Life Assurance Company of
Florida): Mike Cook, president
of JA's Board of Directors
(treasurer of Florida Power and
Light): and Doris Steele. JA'S
president-elect (vice president of
Savings Operations at Chase
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The Israel Koah Award will be
conferred upon Mr. and Mrs.
Harry B. Smith at the Temple
Beth S ho lorn Israel Dinner of
State to take place Saturday,
Nov. 6, in the temple.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom
and national cochairman of
Israel Bonds, announced the
selection and noted that the
award derives its name from the
Hebrew word "koah," meaning
strength or energy.
Both Harry and Marilyn
Smith have accepted re-
sponsibilities in such institutions
as the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation of which Mr. Smith is
immediate past president, the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds, and the
Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society.
A South Florida attorney, Mr.
Smith is past president of the
Miami Beach Bar Association,
the Civic League of Miami
Beach, and is past national
president of the Alpha Epsilon
Pi Fraternity.
A member of the Board of
Directors of Temple Beth
Sholom, he has won numerous
awards, among them the Young
Leadership Award by the
Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation in 1966 and. with Mrs.
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Award by the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of
Religion in 1975.
Mr. Smith serves on the
National Board of Directors of
the Council of Jewish Feder-
ations and Welfare Funds and of
the Hebrew Immigrant Aid
Society.
Mrs. Smith was one of the
original founders of the Young
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Friday, October 15
1976
AJC Schedules Two-Day Conference
American Jewish Congress,
Southeast Region, has scheduled
a two-day Florida State Con-
ference on Oct. 24-25 at the
Carillon Hotel.
The first session will deal with
problems of the aged and elderly
in the community. Panelists are
Sen. D. Robert Graham of the
Florida Legislature; Elaine
Gordon, House of Repre-
sentatives chairperson on HRS;
Fred Hirt, executive director o)
the Douglas Gardens Home foi
the Jewish Aged; Al Guilford ol
the United Way: U.S. Congress-
man Claude Pepper; and Norma
Lemberg. acting program super-
visor of the Office of Aging and
Adult Services-HRS.
The discussion will address
itself to the programs available
in our county and what improve-
ments can be made.
Naomi Levine. the national
director of the AJC. a con-
stitutional lawyer and Jewish
affairs speaker, will install the
newly elected president of the
Southeast Region Governing
Council. Rabbi Ralph P.
Kingsley. Rabbi Kingsley
succeeds Rabbi Max A. Lip-
schitz. who held that position for
the past four years.
The afternoon discussion is on
national political parties and
their platforms. The inter-
pretations are being conducted
by Dr. Joel Gottlieb and Dr.
Jose Keselman. professors of
political science at Florida Inter-
national University.
At the evening banquet, the
AJC will honor Eytan Bentsur.
Consular of Political Affairs.
State of Israel.
The following day. Oct. 25. a
session is planned for the
purpose of discussing com-
Worldwide Bonds Head
Reports on Allon Meetings
Michael Arnon,
head of the Israel
ganization. was to
MICHAEL ARNON
worldwide South Florida Israel Bond
Bond Or- leaders to present a first-hand
meet with report on his meetings with
Israels Foreign Minister Yigal
Allon and top U.S. government
leaders, it was announced by
Gary R. Gerson. general cam-
paign chairman of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization.
Arnon was to come to Miami
directly from Washington. DC,
to meet with the Israel Bond
leaders after accompanying
Allon to Washington for high-
level discussions.
Prior to assuming re-
sponsibility for the worldwide
campaign of Israel Bonds. Arnon
served for six years as Secretary
of the Government and Cabinet
of Israel. He relinquished that
post in May. 1974. after Prime
Minister (iolda Meir and
Finance Minister Sapir had
asked him to accept the
presidency of the Israel Bond
Organization.
Yeshiva University Admissions Head
To Meet Students, Parents in Miami
Paul Glasser. assistant
director of admissions for
Yeshiva University, will visit
public and Jewish day schools in
Miami Beach and North Miami
Beach on Oct. 19 to 22.
He will talk to students and
parents about educational op-
portunities at the University's
undergraduate schools, Yeshiva
College and Stern College for
Women.
Glassers schedule includes
visits to Mesivta High School,
for boys, Tuesday, Oct. 19; Girls
High School of the Hebrew
Academy, Wednesday. Oct. 20,
11th grade in the morning, 12th (
grade and parents in the af-
ternoon; Miami Beach Senior
High School, Thursday, Oct. 21;
and North Miami Beach Senior
High School. Thursday. Oct. 21. ,
Interested students at the
Hebrew Academy can contact
Rabbi Alexander Gross, prin-
cipal and coordinator of
Glasser's trip. At Miami Senior
High and North Miami High,
students should contact their
guidance counselors.
For individual appointments,
Miami residents can contact
Rabbi Shimon Azulay, co-
ordinator of high schools,
Central Agency for Jewish
Education. In North Miami
Beach, residents can contact
Rabbi Zev Leff, Young Israel of
North Miami Beach, and in
Hollywood, Rabbi Moshe
Bomzer, Young Israel of
Hollywood.
Glasser will discuss the two
undergraduate schools and their
dual program of general and
PAUL GLASSER
Jewish studies. New programs at
the schools include the Under-
graduate Scholar Program, a
financial award program based
on academic achievement that
provides up to $1,000 over four
years independent of other
financial aid, and joint
bachelors-master's programs in
nine fields including social work,
pre-medicine, and Judaic studies,
with the University's graduate
schools.
He
ad-
and
will also discuss
missions requirements
procedures.
Yeshiva University, in New
York City, is now in its 91st
year. It offers programs leading
to bachelor's, master's and
doctoral degrees for 7,000 men
and women.
munity concerns with state
legislators.
Rep. Gwen Cherry will speak
on ERA. Rep. James Eckhart
will speak on consumer rights;
Sen. George Firestone, on the
new state bill on Arab boycott
legislation; Rep. Joseph Gerslen
on the utilities increase; Rep.
Gwen Margolis on taxation; and
Rep. Barry Scott Richard will
speak on gun control and
criminal justice.
The subjects that will be dis-
cussed are top priorities of the
AJC in the coming year. There
will be a question and answer
period following this panel.
A luncheon will follow with
Phil Baum, the AJC national
director of International Affairs,
addressing himself to the current
issues affecting Israel and the
Sisterhood Announces
"Women Only" Program
"Only for Women'' is the
program title for the Oct. 20
meeting of Temple Adath
Yeshurun Sisterhood at 8 p.m. in
the Temple Social Hall.
Guest speakers will include
Miriam Musser, director of the
Anti-Stress Clinic; Mxine
Cherry, private therapist in-
volved with the Gestalt Method.
Sally Kalitz, Family Life
Education coordinator for the
Jewish Family and Children
Service.
In addition. Dr. Sandra Siegel.
psychologist, will speak on "The
Fear of Success in Women.''
Some of the subjects to he dis-
cussed are the changing role of
women, self awareness a- i
woman, coping with divorce,
tools for personal growth, body
image and femininitv.
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Members of the Latin com-
munitv who have worked with
the AJC will be honored.
They include Sergio Bendixen.
Democratic party leadership;
Alfredo Duran. Democratic
party chairman for the St**., ,
Florida; Mayor Maurice p?*
Congressman William UhnuT
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Eight Local Delegates To
Attend AZF Convention
Sam Sherwood, Florida B'nai B'rith Presidents Club chairman, presents plaques to (left to
right) Rose and Morris Epstein of La Mer Lodge; Evelyn and Julius Freilich of David Ben
Gurion Lodge; and Cele and Abe Cohen of the David Ben Gurion Lodge, at a Breakfast in
Miami Beach. Funds contributed are used to maintain and promote B'nai B'rith Youth Ser-
vices. Hillel, BBYO and Career and Counseling, which service over 400,000 youngsters in the
United States.
Eight South Florida civic and
religious leaders have been
elected delegates to the annual
national convention of the
American Zionist Federation,
slated Oct. 19-21 in Grossinger's,
N.Y.
Those who will participate in
the conference at the resort hotel
include Seymour B. Liebman,
national vice president of the
AZF; Mrs. Harriet Green and
Gerald Schwartz, members of
the national board. Mrs. Green is
president and Schwartz is past
president of the South Florida
Zionist Federation.
Other delegates include
Joseph P. Zuckerman, South-
eastern director of the Labor
Zionist Alliance; Margot
Bergthal, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Davis and Ali Spitalnick. g
The convention will review
programs of the American
Zionist Federation, official co-
ordinating body for all Zionist
organizations in the United
States.
Member groups include Ha-
dassah, Pioneer Women,
American Mizrachi Women,
B'nai Zion, American Jewish
League for Israel, the Zionist
Organization of America,
Religious Zionists of America.
Labor Zionist Alliance and all
Zionist youth groups.
High Holidays Bond Sales Yield Over $1 Million
For the second consecutive
vear. worshipers at the South
Florida synagogues responded to
appeals by rabbis and other
^
planning major dinners and
other events in the coming
months to complete the cam-
paigns in their congregations.
"A very encouraging aspect of
the High Holidays drive was
that many people who have

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never purchased Israel Bonds
before did so for the first time
this year. Not only were the
overall total Bond results greater
than ever before, but a sub-
stantially larger number of
individuals made pledges during
the High Holiday Appeals,"
Gerson said.
Milton M. Parson, executive
director of the South Florida
Israel Bond Organization, in-
dicated that there had been a
dramatic pick-up in cash
payments immediately following
the holidays and lauded the role
played by the synagogues and
their spiritual leaders in the
South Florida campaign which
has grown in significance year
after year.
CAKYGERSON
community leaders with an
outpouring of more than $1
million in bond pledges during
Rosh Hashanah and Yom
Kippur services
Gar) R. Gerson. general
Campaign chairman Of the
Greater Miami Israel Hond Or-
ganization, reporting that the
total ol Israel Bond pledges
during the High Holidays drive
had reached II, 117,000 the
total in the 25-year
of the Israel Bond pro-
noted that 43 syna-
gogue; and temples in South
Florida took part in the High
Holidays effort.
"A number of congregations
joined in this effort for the first
time \ number of other con-
gregations held High Holiday
Israel Bond drives in addition to
Photos by Rickles
In Temple Exhibit
\ photography exhibit by a
native Miamian, Tom Rickles. an
associate of Paul J. Showstark.
RBP, KBPA. at the School of
Hid \Udical and Life Sciences
Photography at Mt. Sinai
Medical Center, will open at the
Lowe l.evinson Art Gallery of
Temple Beth Sholom on Sunday.
0- 17, from 4 to 6 p.m.
Rickles, the son of Dr. and
"rs Julian Rickles. was born in
Miami Beach in 1949. He earned
a bachelor's degree in English
Literature at Boston University
71. Later he went to
Stanford University in California
win>re he worked in Educational
Media lor Stanford Center for
Research and Development in
Teaching,
He later became an associate
j Showtark's at Mt. Sinai
al Center, where he is
presently associated. Rickles is
a'so working in free-lance cinema
Productions in the bio-medical
field.
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w exhibition will be on view
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Friday, October 16,
Starting the new year off with
a new name is Matilda Coller.
She and husband Nathaniel are
celebrating their recent nuptials
with a coast-to-coast honeymoon
trip And celebrating golden
wedding anniversaries are Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Steinfeldt. Mr.
and Mrs. Alex Youngerman. Dr.
and Mrs. Joseph Diamond and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosenbluth.
Doing a little one-upmanship
with wedding anniversaries
marking 55 years are the Nat
Blumenthals and the Kalman
Friedbergs.
It may not really be cheaper
by the proverbial dozen, but
Rabbi and Mrs. Stanley-Bert
Weiss recently celebrated the
birth of their twelfth child. Dr.
I^eon Greene delivered Devorah
at Mount Sinai Medical Center
just as he did her eleven brothers
and sisters.
And when children get a little
older: Rebecca Stein has been
named to the Dean's List at
Yeshiva University's Stern
College Joan Rachlin was
awarded a Juris Doctor degree
cum laude from Suffolk Uni-
versity in Boston Airman
Gerald Tenenblatt completed Air
Force Basic Training at Lack-
land AFB in Texas Ronald
Greenbaum has entered his
freshman year at the U.S. Air
Force Academy.
Community Notes: Dr. Arthur
J. Pearl has been appointed
Chief of the Dade County school
system's new Sports Medicine
Program Jerry Lay ton,
Activities Director for Seacoast
Towers, was honored at the
Beach Theatre recently .
Barbara Sieger has been elected
president of the Women's Arch-
itectural League and will succeed
Frances Giller Jeffrey Schiff.
son of Rabbi and Mrs. Solomon
Schiff. has been commended by
President Ford for receiving his
5th and 6th Presidential
Physical Fitness Awards.
IjMfc
JEFFERY SCHIFF
Also into physical fitness on a
more temperate scale are some
new members of The Courts of
Lazarus Pines Tennis Club:
Harold and Paula Barr, Edward
and Jerilyn Boshnick. Peter and
Lee Brooke, Dr. Fred Chamuel
and wife Marlene, Edward and
Belle Dernis. Joseph and Susan
Krau. David and Donna Levine,
Dr. Ray Lopez and wife Patricia,
Robert and Jane Mallow, Donald
and Gloria Riskind. Larry and
Ellen Schatz. Robert and Sally
Stern, Elliott and Barbara
Wasserman, Dr. Noel Zusmer
and wife Roxanne.
Amateur horticulturists at
Torah Academy of South Florida
in North Miami Beach growing
and distributing etrog plant
seedlings for Sukkot.
South Florida Division of the
National Psoriasis Foundation
boasts a board made up (in part)
of Lester Friedman, Ruth New-
man, Carol Jones, Terry
Freedman, Harriet Levine and
Roberta Levenson.
Special birthdays and Bar
Mitzvaha: Jonathan Goldman
celebrated his Bar Mitzvah at
the Kotel, the Western Wall, in
Jerusalem Twins Barbara
and Bruce Priest were feted by
their mother Anita on the oc-
casion of their 29th birthday at
the Palm Bay Club Cele-
brating four score years and ten
Talmudic College Holds
Third Annual Banquet
RABBI and MRS. STANLEY BERT WEISS
is Abe Waxenberg Harry
Rosenbloum marked his 91st
birthday ... A youthful 78-year-
old, Ben Levin, hosted a gala
birthday party with Lou Jacobi
singing for the festivities via a
prearranged telephone hook-up.
Comings and Goings: Merle
and Benjamin Schulman home
from the Austrian Hills and
other stops European Leon
Segal back from heading the
local delegation to the World
Jewish Cultural Congress in
Jerusalem. Mr. Segal said "the
fact that 400 delegates from
throughout the world as far as
Australia came to Jerusalem to
take part'' is very significant.
These were the leaders in their
respective communities who are
greatly concerned with the
revival and continuity of the
Yiddish Culture that has dom-
inated Jewish life throughout the
world for over 800 years, and
greatly contributed to Jewish
thought.
Among the resolutions
adopted were: 1) To embark on
an extensive educational pro-
gram to draw youth into active
participation in conserving the
Yiddish heritage; 21 To establish
and strengthen the present
existing publishing houses and
to assist in publishing books and
help in their distribution; 3) To
establish a commission to
pressions of admiration for the
Yiddish culture.
New Rabbi in Town at Temple
Or Olom is Sherman Kirshner.
Rabbi Kirshner. a certified
mohel. has served in pulpits in
Charlotte. N.C.. Pottstown, Pa.,
and Hampton. Va. He comes to
Or Olom with his wife and four
sons.
LEON Z. SEGAL
further the translation of books
from Yiddish into Hebrew and
from Hebrew into Yiddish (and
English); 4) To establish a
"Yiddish-Art Theater" whose
center should be in Jerusalem,
and perform at Jewish com-
munities throughout the world;
5) To support and assist the
Yiddish Daily Press and other
periodicals struggling for their
existence; and 6) To establish
Yiddish schools.
The festive closing session was
addressed by the former Prime
Minister, Mrs. Golda Meir, and
all were impressed by her
historical and emotional ex-
CANTOR JACK RUBIN
Jack Rubin has officially been
installed as Cantor at temple
Zamora.
Cantor Rubin has been
brought up in a cantorial family.
The traditional liturgy by which
he has been surrounded during
his childhood has instilled a
great love for it and he has been
singing ever since.
He has been a very active
member of Temple Zamora for
the past 24 years, serving as
chairman of various fund-raising
functions, corresponding
secretary and vice president of
the Men's Club. Presently he is
chairman of the Religious Com-
mittee and vice president of the
temple.
Up and Coming this winter:
The Second Annual Inter-
national Health, Diet and
Physical Fitness Show in
December.
A group from University of
Miami lunching at Sateh House
discussed plans for the Uni-
versity's upcoming 50th anni-
versary celebration at the old
North Campus site in Coral
Gables. The date is Oct. 15 for
the affair, with cocktails and
dinner and a chance to stroll
through the old "Cardboard
College." Latter will be a three-
story replica of the old building,
since torn down, constructed by
drama department students.
The Talmudic College of
Florida recently celebrated its
third year by honoring all its
founders and supporters at their
annual banquet held in the
Crown Hotel.
Rabbi .1 Burstyn. executive
director ot the Talmudic College
ol Florida, was Master of
Ceremonies.
Vmong the guests were Alan
Becker. Mate representative, and
Sti \ in 11 Robinson, newly
elected Count} Court Judge and
one ol the founders of the
Talmudic College ol Florida
Mrs Robinson was honorary
chairman ol the banquet
Speaker- included Rabbi Tibor
II Stem.
Eli Reichman, Torah acth i-t
from Montreal and Tangiers and
a new member ot the Miami
Beach community, was honored
at the banquet He was pre-
sented with the Founding Father
Ward.
The dinner honored the
Founding Fathers. Mr Murray
Berkowitz, chairman of the
Board and Mrs. Berkowitz. Mr
William Silverstein and Mr. and
Mrs. Eli Riechman
Also honored were the
rounders Mr and Mrs Joe
Applehaum. Mr. and Mrs Lionel
Bosem, Mr. and Mr- Gabrid
Deutsch. Mr. and Mrs Emanuel
Kdelstein. Mr. and Mrs Hubert
Kntin. Mr and Mrs Mehia
Felt, Dr. and Mr-- M S Fox,
Mr and Mrs Seymour Friend,
the late Nathan Ginsburg, Mr
and Mrs. Benjamin Glueck,
Rabbi and Mrs, \ exander
Cross, the Sea Gull Hotel, Mr
and Mr- Moses Hornsti in, Mr
and Mrs Paul Kasdi r Mr and
Mrs Daniel Hitter. Mi ,md
Mrs. Steven I>. l'< Mr
and Mrs Leonard 1
and Mrs Tibor 11 v : Mr
and Mrs Jack 2m i
Academy Women
Schedule Events
The Hebrew ^cadi
will hold its monthh Board
meeting on Wednesday. Oct 13.
at 10:30 a.m. in the Women'*
Auditorium of the MerwiUer
Building.
A short business meeting and
an All Games \fti' n will
follow the Board meeting at 1
p.m. Refreshments will b*
served.
Proceeds from Came- l).i> will
go toward support of the schOOL
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Friday, October 15, 1976
+Je*itifkri Page 7-B
EDYTH H.GEIGER
LILLIAN KRONISH
American Friends Women
To Hear Edyth Geiger Speak
Edyth H. Geiger, a member of
the Israel Civil Guard who just
returned from a six-month
survey mission to Israel, will be
the guest speaker Wednesday.
Oct 20, at a meeting of the
Women's Division of the Amer-
ican Friends of the Hebrew
University,
The 11:46 a.m. session at the
Mnntmartre Hotel, Miami
Beach is open to the general
public, but reservations are
required They may be made at
the American Friends office.
Lillian Kronish. president of
the women's division which
support-- the Hebrew University
of Jerusalem, said Mrs. Geiger
spent the past several months in
Safad Israel, which is less than
an hour's automobile ride from
three !>rders Jordan. Syria
and Lebanon. As a member of
the Israel Civil Guard, she
worked with young Israeli
soldiers in the Golan Heights
and Galilee areas.
Ida Chinsky. cultural chair-
man of the American Friends
unit, will speak on The Jew and
His Role Through History."
Florence I). Feldman. director of
the women's division,
ordinating the luncheon.
is co-
Members of the committee,
announced by Mrs. Kronish,
include Thelma Anton. Florence
Becker. Viola Charcowsky. Ida
Chinsky. Ida Cohn. Lillian
Kronheim. Rose Hochstim. Rose
Fleischer, Ida R. Lear. Isabelle
Fogler. Annette Harris. Ceil
Hecker. Elma Kaufman, Helen
Lipson. Sonia Meisel. Blanche
Meisel. Ksther Ponve, Irene
Rockowski. Carrie Rosen. Ruth
Sc naff/.in and Lillian Simonhoff.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony marked the official opening of the
seventh site for the Jewish Vocational Service's Nutritional
Project for the elderly at the Rebecca Towers. Sharing in the
celebration were (left to right): Eugene Greenspan, executive
director of JVS; Harold Rosen, mayor of Miami Beach and
Anita Robbins, vice president of JVS.
Music Scholarship Winners
To Perform in Miami Reach
The Financial Federal Show-
** Symphony Orchestra will
accompany the scholarship
dinners of the Financial Federal
Musical Showcase at a free
Public concert in the Miami
Beach Theater for the Per-
lormwg Arts on Oct. 17 at 8
p.m.
The orchestra, which draws its
members from the Miami Phil-
harmonic and the Fort Lauder-
dale Symphony Orchestra, is
*"*ted and conducted by
Laurence Siegel.
four musk students were
selected from almost 100 ap-
Pcants to receive a $1,000
scholarship through the Show-
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compete for an additional $2,000
Srant at the concert.
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JWV Auxiliary Head
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Belle Swart/., president of the
Ladies Auxiliary. Department of
Florida. Jewish War Veterans of
the United States, has an-
nounced that her activities for
the coming week will include an
official visit to the West Palm
Beach Auxiliary No. 408 on
Wednesday. Oct. 20.
There she will attend an
luncheon in her honor at the
Ramada Inn. Guests will include
Rose Schorr, past national presi-
dent and the Department's
insurance chairman: Barbara
Sherry, Friendship Gavel chair-
man; Ceil Zucker, immediate
past Department president; and
Mae Schreiber, chaplain for the
Department.
On Thursday, Oct. 21, at 7:30
p.m. Mrs. Swartz will visit the
newly instituted Post and
Auxiliary No. 265 in Deerfield
Beach to install the new officers.
New officers include Doris
Boxer, president; Ruth
Levinson, senior vice president;
Mary Levenson, junior vice
president; Frieda Yager,
treasurer; Rose Wiland,
chaplain; Irene Pinsky, con-
ductress; Mollie Preston,
patriotic instructor; Bertha
Raphalson, recording secretary;
Fay Gottlieb, financial sec-
retary; and Henrietta Raizen.
guard.
Mrs Billie Kem. past national
president and Department of
Florida organizer will be the
Mistress of Ceremonies.
Sylvia Liebman. president of
Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary
No. 174; Ruth Stark, president
of the North Shore Auxiliary No.
677; and Bessie Gibber, presi-
dent of Miami Beach Auxiliary
No. 330. will present gifts to the
new Auxiliary.
Past Department President
Sally Levy will make a personal
president's presentation.
BB Lodge to Hear Gold
The Hawaiian Gardens Lodge
of B'nai B'rith will present
Milton Gold, chairman of the
National Administrative Board
of the Zionist Organization of
America, as keynote speaker on
Thursday, Oct. 21.
The meeting will be held at the
Lauderhill Middle School in
I.auderdale Lakes at 7:30 p.m.
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Beth Torah Congregation members gather outside the
Synagogue to dance, sing and celebrate the dedication of a
new Torah donated recently by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Feldman,
members of the Synagogue. The gift was made in honor of the
fallen men and women of Israeli wars as well as Mr. Feldman's
parents, who were killed by the Nazis in Poland. The Torah,
written by a scribe in Israel, required a full year of work for
completion.
"Shenandoah," "Show Boat" On
Miami-Lauderdale Play Circuit
"Shenandoah," Broadway's
current musical, and "Show
Boat," Jerome Kern and Oscar
Hammerstein II's musical
classic, have been added to the
roster of producer Zev Bufman's
1976-77 theatrical season. The
two productions will play back
to back as the fourth and fifth
shows, respectively, of both the
Theater of the Performing Arts
in Miami Beach and the Parker
Playhouse in Fort Lauderdale.
"Shenandoah" opens Tuesday,
Jan. 25. at the Theater, followed
by a Parker Playhouse opening
on Monday. Jan. 31.
"Show Boat" begins at the
Theater on Feb. 22, and opens
Monday. Feb. 28, at the Parker.
At the Theater. Zero Mostel
begins the season on Tuesday,
Nov. 30, in "Fiddler On The
Roof" prior to his Broadway
return; "Gypsy," a show still to
be announced, "Shenandoah,"
"Show Boat," "California Suite"
and "A Chorus Line."
Yiddish Group Plans
Movies and Music
The Yiddish Literary Cultural
Circle will present movies with
comedian Alan King, singer L.
Lande. accompanied by Paul
Yanofsky and his mandolin, on
Saturday. Oct. 23 at 7 p.m. in
the Washington Federal
Building. 1234 Washington Ave.
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Friday, October 15. 197J
Had President Ford and Gov.
Carter been present at the Miami
Beach cocktail party honoring
Sen. Jacob Javits last week,
they might have concluded that
the senior senator from New
York had decided to back the
incumbent only after much
forethought. So even-handed was
the informal discussion that one
could imagine both candidates
agreeing with some or the other
of the senator's remarks.
Javits. in town last Tuesday
to address the American Group
Practice Convention at the
Americana. made himself
available to the Dade County
Ford Campaign Committee
Chairman Bill O'Neil and Miami
Beach Attorney Gary Fidelswm
arranged an impromptu cocktail-
buffet for area Jewish leaders at
the home of Seacoast Towers
Activities Director Jerry Layton
MIAMI BEACH Mayor
Harold Rosen presented Javits
with a key to the World's Play
ground and. in turn. Javits pre-
sented the 30 guests with some
key personal and apolitical views
of the presidential campaign.
Allowing that Ford's cam-
paign Strategy of playing up the
presidency while underplaying
his candidacy would not have
been Javits' choice, the senator
is now convinced that the
President has judiciously ad-
judged the nation's mood and
need for a "period of relative
consolidation, tranquility and
security
Although the
"not espoused
initiatives or
prises." Javits
President has
any crashing
stunning sur-
surmised that
Ford is the comer in the cam-
paign If he (Javits) were a
betting man. he would estimate
that although Carter is presently
ahead in the polls. "Ford is
coming, and Carter is going."
AS FOR Fords admin-
istration. Javits interprets that
it has gone very well as far as
Israel is concerned. Para-
phrasing Prime Minister Rabin
in a talk to the Knesset. Javits
said that "Rabin feels he has a
congenial ear in Ford."
As for the problems with the
Export Administration Act and
the subsequent lack of control of
the Arab boycott. Javits sur-
mised that "it is fair to say that
it was the Senate that failed to
act on the boycott, not the
President." It was Sen. John
Tower of Texas and his pro-oil
group, he said, who blocked the
legislation. "I believe Ford will
make regulations to deal with
the worst features of the
boycott."
On another issue important to
Jewish voters, this reporter
questioned the senator on the
difference in reaction to the
scurrilous gaffes made by now
ex-Secretary of Agriculture Earl
Butz and still-Chairman of the
Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen.
George Brown.
WHILE BUTZ was forced to
resign four weeks before the
election because of his ethnic
slur on blacks. Brown was re-
appointed and reconfirmed to his
post despite sinister anti-Semitic
remarks.
Although Javits both spoke
out and voted against Brown's
reappointment las did some 30
other senators), he has deter-
mined that the Brown-Butz
situations are not analogous.
"Brown was a blunderer. There
was no purposeful anti-
Semitism," he declared.
One suggestion Javits did
make was that President Ford
has, indeed, encouraged the
ratification of the 27-year-old
Genocide Treaty submitted to
the Senate bv President Truman
in 1949.
IN FACT. Javits determined
that, as of two weeks ago. there
were P3 senatorial votes for
passage of that treaty.
Despite Sen. Sam Frvin s
"fine reputation, courtesy of the
Watergate situation." the
southern senator has been more
of a maverick in leading the
opposition to the Genocide
Treat) Javits labeled regional
fears of the loss of American
sovereignty as "bubkes."
The senator, careful not to
denigrate the governor, did
admit to an uneasy "queasy
feeling" about Carter's can-
didacy "due to his absence from
the national scene, as well as the
advocacj of his overt
religiosity." Allowing he "may
have i" live with him I Carter) as
President." Javits determined
that Ford is the preferred
choice" circa 197fi.
Choosing to share in the
exchange of views with Javits
were a number of area rabbis.
notably Solomon Schiff.
Alexander Gross, Sholom
Lipskar and Leon Kronish
ROBERT RUSSEL. Jack
Waxenberg, Jack and Bobbie
Herman. Leo and Janet Cowan.
Budd Truland. Mr and Mrs
Mort Kassel. Fd Tumaroff and
Dr. Julian Groff (chairman of the
Dade County Physicians for
Fordl were among those present
at the gathering hosted by the
Laytons, Bill O'Neil and Donna
and Gary Eidelstein just prior to
Javits' speech to a crowd of 350
Seacoast Towers residents.
The theme Javits came back
to time and again was his gut
reaction to Ford as accessible
. decent straight-forward
modest and not
quixotic."
It struck this writer as ironic
that, aside from the issues
addressed by Sen Javits. the
phraseology might have been
more appreciated by Carter than
his main-man Ford
ALLOWING as he was a
witness, not an advocate for
Ford." Javits explained Ford's
original interpretation of the
financial situation in New York
City. Initially, he said. Ford may
have mistakenly compared New
Yorkers to "the people of
Nineveh-profligate" but has
since realized that every state
has a big city and big city-
problems.
To whatever topic Javits
addressed himself, it was in the
tone of a fellow townsman or
lantzman. Javits may be a New
York Republican, but the mainly
Democratic Miami Beach group
simply did not notice.
It was a toss-up whether the
applause evoked by Javits'
remarks from the large Seacoast
group was a token of esteem for
Jacob Javits or Gerald Ford or
both.
ORT to Hold Party
The South Dade Chapter of
ORT will hold a partv on
Tuesday. Oct. 19 at 10:30 a.m.
at the Bird Bowl.
Jody Brott Weds
Jeffrey Lampert In
Sept. 19 Ceremony
Jody Lynn Brott and Dr.
Jeffrey Gordon Lampert were
married in a Sept. 19 ceremony
in the garden of the bride's
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MRS. JEFFREY LAMPERT
parents home in Glencoe. Ill
Cantor Moses Silverman of-
ficiated and the bride was given
away by her father, Sam Brott
A reception for the newlyweds
was held at the Ritz Carlton
Hotel.
Cindy Brott and Wendy
Minns served at the Matrons ot
Honor. Teresa O'Rourke and Jill
Kotler were Bridesmaids
Best Man was Ronald Alan
Lampert and Dr. Stephen Minns
and Murray Brott served as
Ushers
The bride is the daughter ol
Mr and Mrs Sam Brott ol
Glencoe, III., and the grand
daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Isadore Deemar
The groom is the son of Mr
and Mrs. Charles Lampert of
Southfield. Mich
JWV Auxiliary Hears
Holiday Narration
Evelyn Clein. president of the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish
War Veterans South Dade Post
No. 778. said that the monthly
meeting was to be held at the
office of Eisenman Realtors on
Oct. Hat 8 p.m.
Leah Eisenman. program
chairman, was to present a
narration on the Jewish Holi-
days and Festivals.
A Shabbas luncheon will be
held on Saturday. Oct. 16. at
11:30 a.m. at the home of Syd
Halpern. which will be for
members bringing new or
prospective members.
Edith Novins is in charge of
arrangements, assisted by Mrs.
Halpern and Terry Stafford.
Women interested in joining
this Auxiliary can contact Mrs.
Novins.
Guest of honor will be Billie
Kern, past national president,
who will brief the prospective
members of the work done by
the Auxiliaries.
A Quarterly meeting for the
Department of Florida will be
held in Orlando the weekend of
Oct. 22. Those attending will be
Mrs. Clein. Mrs. Novins. Mrs.
Eisenman, Mollie Brown, Rose
Potlock and Jackie Rose.
Hadassah Group To
Reactivate Oct 20
The opening meeting of the
Golda Meir Group of Hadassah
North Broward Chapter, will be
held on Wednesday. Oct. 20, at
12:30 p.m. in the Palm-Aire
Social Center.
The meeting will feature a
presidents report on the
National Convention and a film
"If I Forget Thee."
Birth
I Announcements!
Silvershein's Grandson
Ginger and Murry Silvershein
have announced the birth of
their grandchild. Joshua Todd.
in Shereen and Irwin Plancher
on Sept 26. Joshua was born in
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital.
Granchild for Parsons
Mr. and Mrs. Milton M
Parson became grandparents for
the first time when their
daughter. Karen, gave birth to a
babv boy at Middlesex Hospital,
New Brunswick, N.J. Karen and
her husband. Dr Bruce
Grossman, have named the baby
Spencer Jarrod.
Milton M Parson is executive
director Of the Smith Florida
Israel Bond Organization
Temple Sisterhood!
To View Playlet
A special presentation, "Fam-I
ily Affair." by the Temple
Fmanu-El Players will highlight'
the annual membership petit,
luncheon" of the Miami Beach
congregation's Si-i,.rhoo,|'
Wednesday. Oct. 20, at noon in
the Friedland Ballroom
Trixie Levin, dramatic director
of Temple Emanu-KI. will
produce the playlet which will
honor Sisterhood's new mem-
bers, according to Judy I ffner
president of the women's
auxiliary of the synagogue
Mrs. Paul Steinberg, wife of
the Dade County stall repre-
sentative, will serve as chairman
of the day She will w irk with
Mrs Myron B.
membership vice prt
coordinating plans for the yearly
session.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of
Temple Emanu-EI, and
Belle, v\ ill be special gui
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Dade Synagogue Women
Plan Program for 1977
1^ Synagogue Women of
ff County are reconvening
fall I" l,lan The I
;" Experience." according
C InhVg Lehrman. Syna-
Women chairman.
fWe have scheduled ou-1977
a Jn, Experkmc* for Feb. 16
RanpieEmanu-El.
Th, proposed event will
ico irrent workshops on
fj^ish home Jewish
Ltin ^affiliated Jews and
, will also be a
'",,,. address by a guest
!lr and all Synagogue
*',. members of the
EK** "I Greater Mianus
Mthan 10 synagogues are
,. uend. sneaaid.
Mrs Lehrman stated that the
i' nav tentatively been
Eduled 9:30 a.m. to 12
, nesday, Feb 16 ^
mmittee has been
the Synagogue
'men ,,, coordinate activites
Joining in the Godmothers celebration are longtime^MtajMtf*
ofMoL,/ Start Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ore,re. Ho, d .* fje
Auxiliary'* vice president of Educational Services ^Isabel.
lrhl> Tdits r* Vo/unfm-s SporK*/Yf rreu;sferrer, Aas 6*rome a
Godmother and a Life Member of the Auxiliary.
MRS IRVING LEHRMAN
associated with the program.
Further information is available
through Mrs Mesnekoff at the
Federal ion
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Temple Israel Sponsors Seminar
Sneakers at the morning
JSSTSn to be Dr. Murray
S5?dthe University o New
Hampshire, author andI editor Of
manv books dealing witn
vtotence in the family; and Dr.
Frank Elliott. neurologist, from
the University of Pennsylvania.
The afternoon session was to
feature a panel discussion.
RINA MESSINGER
Israel Bonds To
Honor Miss Universe
\li Universe. Rina Mes-
singer of Israel, will be honored
here under the auspices Of the
South Florida Israel Bond Or-
ganization. Saturday, Nov 20 at
S-30 p.m.. according to Gary l<
(ierson, general campaign
chairman ol the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization.
The salute to Miss Israel, who
was Israels first beauty queen
,,, u,n the Miss Universe crown,
will be held at the Fontainebleau
Hotel
Morn in Tiveon, a small city
near Haifa. the 'JOycar-old
-indent of aerodynamics at HI
\viv University served as a
sergeant in the Israeli Women's
\rmy Corps and now is in the
reserves.
Miss Messinger has a broad
range of interests that include
ballet dancing, piloting glider
planes and traveling. Following
her selection as Miss Universe,
she said. "I would truly love to
vist the Arab countries during
my reign to help promote un-
derstanding."
Rep. Elaine Bloom
Slated for Meeting
State Rep. F.laine Bloom will
-peak on Democracy in Action
at the general monthly meeting
ol theChaim Weizman Branch of
the Farband-Labor Zionist
Mliance Tuesday. Oct. 19 at
7;!() p.m.
President Moe l-evin an-
nounced election Of >fficfrsLfoJr
the coming year will also be held
during the meeting at the
Washington Federal Savings
and I-oan auditorium. 1234
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
In addition, Kegina Balin. ac-
companied by Helen Skolnick
will present a program ot
Hebrew and .Jewish songs.
Refreshments will be served.
Beth Am Sisterhood
To Hear Glenn Rinker
Olenn Rinker. Channel 10
news anchorman, will speak to
Temple Beth Am Sisterhood on
the general political scene at the
Temple Social Hall on Wed-
nesday. Oct. 20.9-30a.ro.
Reservations may be made at
the temple office. ^^^^__
Ladies trading the Godmothers group are Chairman Mrs.
iTurence (Ellyl Gordon; Honoree for the Nov 1} luncheon.
Mrs Huron (Polly) DeHirsch Meyer; and ( hairman Mrs.
Rich v Mann, wife of the late Myron Mann.
Hospital Godmothers Learn
About Child-Care Services
Mount Sinai Medical Center's
(iodmothers brunched together
in the center's Founders Dining
Room to learn more about child
care services at Mount Sinai,
which their donations help
support.
International^ known neuro-
surgeon Dr. Ross Davis spoke
about his work with cerebral
palsv patients and showed
videotapes of the progress being
made by many of his young
patients
Godmothers and future God-
mothers alike got a preview of
the upcoming Nov. 17 luncheon
at the Fden Roc Hotel. Honoree
for this event will be wife of
Mount Sinai's first president,
the late Baron DeHirsch Meyer.
Polly has been a longtime
founder and friend of Mount
Sinai.
The luncheon will also feature
a fashion show, clothes by the
Jockey Club, modeled by Mount
Sinai's Godmothers. Models are
Mrs. Lester Mischon, Mrs
Stephen Muss. Mrs. Murry
Koretzky and Mrs. Leonard
Liebowitz.
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Friday. October 1
5.1M
ClWmtogfij youte
Couldn't help but think abou
the Miami that was when I was
growing up as I read about the
High Holiday services on Miamj
Beach attended by thousands of
people. In those days, there were
no Temples on the Beach There
were still signs around which
said No Jews Allowed
Vacancy.' Some signs even said
"No dogs or Jews My reaction
was that if they didn't want me
that was their business, but they
didn't have to equate me with a
dog.
On the other side of the water,
here in Miami, there were only
three temples. Temple Israel,
still at the same location; Seth
David, where our family were
members was on NW Third
Avenue and Second Street: and
an Orthodox Temple on either
SW Fourth or Sixth Street and
around 15th Avenue.
THERE WAS always a high
school student with a car. and
the young people from the
Reform and the Conservative
Temples would visit each other
and the Orthodox Temple.
Almost every' Jewish child knew
almost every other Jewish child
in the city
Almost all Jewish families
knew each other or of each other.
Now. thousands attend onlv one
service. Who_knows_whom?
JOAN AND Leonard Hayet
back from an Amtrak trip that
took them from Chicago to
Canada and back to Miami. It
combined business with pleasure
Rabbi to Officiate At
Monument Dedication
Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth
David Congregation will conduct
prayers during the dedication of
a stone and plaque honoring all
those, living and dead, who
served their nation in time of
war. in Kendall Park. SW 112th
St. and U.S. 1. on Sundav. Nov.
14. at 11 a.m.
The plaque and stone are
being given to Dade County by
the South Dade Post No 778
and Ladies Auxiliary of the
Jewish War Veterans of the
U.S.A.
Dedication Committee Chair-
man Alvin Rose and Cochairman
Leah Eisenman announced that
members of the Homestead Air
Force Base will act as honor
guard during the dedication.
as Leonard is responsible tor de-
signing the new Amtrak station
here in Miami, and he wanted to
see as many stations as possible
They drove her parents and Mrs. Jack Bravemam car to
Chicago where they began the
first leg of their journey to
Minneapolis St. Paul. From
there, they went to the Glacier
National Park which they
toured.
The trip to Banff and Lake
Louise was by bus. then back to
the Glacier Park where they
boarded a train to Seattle. A
Ferry took them to Victoria, and
then another ferry to Vancouver.
The Canadian Pacific Railroad
was their means of trans-
portation back to Seattle, where
they again took Amtrak to San
Francisco Other stops on their
way home included Woodland
Park. Colorado, then Pittsburgh,
where thev visited their son.
Philip.
HE S ATTENDING Purdue
and is in an interesting co-op
training program for US. Steel.
Washington. DC was another
sightseeing stop on their way
back to Miami.
The Hayets were gone a whole
month and rarely traveled more
than one day without stopping
over The scenery from the dome
car was unbelievable out west
The food was good, and the
sleeping accommodations very
comfortable. Joan said the train
trip was like R & R."
RHODA AND David Welt
back from three weeks spent in
Israel and Europe. They found
the Scandinavian countries very-
expensive, and David is still
looking for the fairytale land in
Denmark. It rained the entire
time they were there, so they
rented a car and took ferryboats
to visit some of the small Danish
islands .
Madaline and Mort Sills took
their new trawler to Ocean Reef
and Key West. They wanted to
look over the marina and get the
feel of their new boat .
Louise Jay Brown was guest
of honor at a baby shower. She
and her husband. Gary, are
expecting their first The shower
was given by Wendy (Mrs.
Mark) Skorman and Linda (Mrs.
Steven) Brown. It was held at
Wendy's home.
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Prof. Lipset
To Lecture
Prof Seymour Mar..:. Lipset
of Stanford t will lead
off the traditional Greenfield
series analyses of the upc
aential election at Temple
Israel of Greater Miami Sunday
morning. Oct IT. at 10.
One of the nation's leading
political scientists. Prof. Lipset
will provide an academic outlook
on The Implications of the
Coming Elections
A film that manv people
missed in 1972. The
Candidate. starring Robert
Redford. will be the Oct. 24
presentation It gives a political
perspective that will be analyzed
and discussed by State Attorney
Richard Gerstein
On Oct. 31. Washington
columnist and freelance writer
Milton Viorst will present his
views on the election. He is an
author of books on DeGaulle and
on the Republican Party
Series, as well as individual
tickets, will be available at the
door
Auxiliary Women Plan
Luncheon-Meeting
The Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary of the Jewish Home
and Hospital for the Aged
iDouglas Gardens^ will hold a
luncheon meeting at noon.
Tuesdav. Oct. 26 at the Delano
Hotel '
The invocation will be given
by Sophie Weiss, chairman of
the New Year's Project
Guest speaker will be Marc
Lichtman. associate director of
the Home.
Reservations must be made by
calling Anne Tanenbaum or
Henny Jaffee. Mrs. Lawrence
Silverman is president
Mizrachi Women Chapters Plan Events
Aviva-Kinneret Chapter
president of American Mizrachi
d Fanny April has an-
nounced a membership tea to be
held on Mondav. Oct 25 at 1
p m at First Federal. 2750 SW
Ave Rose Singer it
membership chairman
Hatikvah Chapter's program.
on Thursday. Oct. 28 at 12:30
p.m. will feature President Pearl
Schwartz She has just returned
from a long sojourn in Israel and
will give a report on the projects
Hatikvah and the other 14
chapters of the Florida Council
are working on. Members and
friends are invited to the
Kneseth Israel Social Hall.
Simcha Chapter presidium
Olga Jaffe. Miriam Price and
Pearl Rappin invite members
and prospective members to
their membership mini-luncheon
and card party on Monday. Oct.
18 at noon in the 400 Building
Auditorium of Winston Towers
Golda Meir. a new chapter
from Deerfield Beach, will hold
its meeting and card party on
Tuesday. Oct. 19 All interested
women in the area may call Bea
Fuchs for more details.
Dvorah Chapter presidium
Shirley Kaufman. Minnie Posner
and Rose Fhrenreich are
scheduling their membership tea
for Monday. Oct. 25 at the
Tarleton Hotel at 1 p.m. Rabbi
David Lehrfield will be the guest
speaker Admission is payment
of dues for member-
Tamara Chapter presidium
Frances Glazerman and Mollie
Menkes will show an award-
winning film from Israel.
Award to a Great Lady.'' about
Golda Meir and the American
Mizrachi Women's
Pfoje,
Tamara Chapter's meeti
place is the Hollywood Fide
Savings Bank on Hallandal
Beach Blvd. The date
Thursday. Oct. 21 al
Shoshana Chapter presidhj
Annette Chaifetz and Ra
Shapiro will present I)r Sally |
Kolitz of the Jewish Fami!
Circle, at their meeting am
luncheon on Thursday. Oct. 2
at noon in the Rendezvous Roo
of Seacoast Towers North M
Kolitz will discuss the role of th
grandparent in the family circle
Francine Katz, president (
the Florida Council, has ai
nounced that the Americ
Mizrachi Women will spei
Thanksgiving weekend at
kosher hotel.
Regina Wang, council mei
bership chairman, is chairitl
this weekend beginning a
Thursday. Nov. 25. and cu
minating with a membershi
rally on Sunday. Nov. 28
The new American Mizrach
Women's film will be shown an
Mrs. Jay Dermer will be gues
speaker. The Florida Counci
office can furnish further detail
and reservations.
Soviet Jewry Lecture
At Temple Judea
Dr. Leonard Indianer o
Daytona Beach will speak oi
Soviet Jewry at a free breakfu
sponsored by the Temple .Juda
of Coral Gables Brotherhood on|
Sunday. Oct. 17. 10 a.m.
Dr. Indianer has just returned!
from the Soviet Union where he
met with Russian Jewish
activists. He will narrate a slide
presentation.
The public is invited
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Ethel Blum
for
THE TOTAL TRAVELER
y BVn heading for
this (all and would
spend a couple of
nights in a ensile. How can we
'ion about castles
or pah'' thai take overnight
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\ The) won't put a crown
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ind ask for a copy of
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AARON MARK WHITMAN
Dr. and Mrs. Leo Whitman's
son, Aaron Mark, will be called
to the Torah as Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday. Oct. 16 at 9 a.m. at
Beth David Congregation.
Aaron is an eighth-grade
student in the Hebrew Academy
religious school and high school.
He is a member of Boy Scouts of
America and is a "swimming
champion.
Dr. and Mrs. Leo Whitman
will host a Kiddush and a
reception at Beth David
following the services in honor of
the occasion.
KENNETH BRUCE CHAIKEN
Kenneth Bruce, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Pilmore Chaiken, will be
called to the Torah on the oc-
casion of his Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday. Oct. 16. at 11:15 a.m.
at Temple Judea of Coral
Cables.
Financial Federal Savings and Loan Association spiced up the traditional ribbon cutting
ceremony with a string of five-dollar bills when its new full-service satellite office opened at
1428 Alton Road. Helping to cut the ribbon which has been donated to the Hebrew Home for
the Aged are from left, Myron H. Willison, senior vice president and treasurer; Miami Beach
Mayor Harold Rosen; Milton Weiss, president; A. Louis Brown, executive vice president and
secretary; and Randolph A. Segal, branch manager. Segal, a graduate of Miami Dade Com-
munity College and Florida Atlantic University, grew up on Miami Beach.
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Italian Gourmet Cuisine
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a program dedeciated to heighten your enjoyment and appreciation of the w ines of Italy.
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and hung you closer to the secrets and harmoin of Italian cuisine.
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Friday, October
11
Riverside Dedicates New Hollywood Chapel
Louella Shapiro, Miami Beach Hadassah leader, is shown with
a three-dimensional display which she, together with Karen
Leiberman Inot shown) conceived and created to demonstrate
the ways in which Israel Bond funds are put to use in Israel.
The display will be shown at the Miami Beach Hadassah
Bond-u it h-Israel Luncheon on Thursday. Oct. 28. and then
will be used at other Israel Bond events throughout the
country. Mrs. Shapiro pointed out that each of the Stars of
David illustrate a different facet of Israels economy and
agriculture which is supported by Israel Bonds.
Riverside Memorial Chapel,
Inc., has announced that the
formal dedication of its newly-
constructed Hollywood Chapel
at 2230 Hollywood Boulevard
was to have taken place
Thursday, Oct. 14, with
dedication ceremonies scheduled
at 4 p.m.. and a reception to
follow at Temple Beth Shalom in
Hollywood.
Mayor David Keating of
Hollywood. Mayor Dr. Milton
Weinkle of Hallandale and com-
missioners of both cities were to
be in attendance Also scheduled
to be among those present were
Rabbi Avrom Drazin. president
of the Greater Miami Rabbinical
Association; Dr. Morton
Malavsky, president of the
Broward Board of Rabbis; Dr.
Samuel Jaffe. and Rabbis David
Shapiro. Robert Frazin, Moshe
Bomzer. Philip Labowitz. Joel
Goor and Emanuel Schenk.
Joining them were to be Lewis
Cohn, president of the South
Broward Jewish Federation, and
officers of all major Jewish or-
ganizations in Broward County.
Alfred Golden, vice president
of Riverside and chairman of the
dedication program, announced
Grossberg. president
of the founders of
also to be ir
located just a few bloiks westj
Young's Circle. Golden said tbi
"the chapel will offer far greju
convenience and acconi
modations of importance to tK
Jewish community.''
The new Riverside Chi
contains a Ritualarium IhjjQ
and other facilities for t|J
performance of the Ritual
Washing iTaharal
that Carl
and one
Riverside,
attendance
was
The new Riverside Chapel is
Golden also announced
Arthur Grossberg. I.FD.
serve as manager ol the
chapel, heading one of
largest staffs of Jewish |
sonnel available in Brow
County
I
Simchat Torah To Conclude Pan Am Get
Holy Day Observances U.S. Route
Miami Beach Hadassah leaders met this week at a Pre-Vue
Luncheon to complete plans for the annual Bond-with-Israel
Luncheon on Thursday, Oct. 28. Demonstrating Hadassah's
link with Israel are, from left. Louella Shapiro, luncheon co
chairman; Miami Beach Chapter President Jean Feinberg.
who will be honored at the luncheon; Yaffa Derma, luncheon
chairman, and Frances Katzman. cochairman.
Beth Am Brotherhood To Hear McCarthy
The next Sunday morning
Temple Beth Am Bortherhood
Breakfast Forum will be a dis-
cussion on both the serious and
humorous aspects of Jewish
humor. Prof. Fred McCarthy will
be the speaker on the subject of
"The History of Jewish Humor
From Adam to Zebulon and
Zero Mostel." McCarthy has
taught "Jewish Humor'" at the
University of Miami, and is now
teaching at Florida Atlantic
University. McCarthy, who is an
artist, is the originator of the
syndicated cartoon character
"Brother Juniper."'
The discussion will be held on
Sunday morning. Oct. 17, at
9:30 a.m. in the Youth Lounge.
On Sunday. Nov. 21. at 9:30
a.m.. there will be a debate on
"Abortion Control."' Par-
ticipants will be Ms. Terry
DeMeo. attorney for the Amer-
ican Civil Liberties Union, and
Rabbi Phineas Weberman, past
president of the Dade County-
Right to Life Committee.
Continued from Page 1-B
Torah services. Sunday. Oct. 17.
begin at 9 a.m.
On Oct. 16. B'nai Israel and
Greater Miami Youth Syna-
gogue will hold its annual
Simchat Torah Program. Rabbi
Ralph Glixman. spiritual leader
of the synagogue, will begin the
program by speaking on the tra-
ditional values of the festival.
The program is set to start at
7:45 Saturday night
Temple Beth Tov will hold
Hashana Rabbah services on
Friday at 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Saturday, at 9 a.m.. Rabbi
Charles Rubel and Cantor
William Golembe will conduct
Shemini Atzeret services with a
memorial service at 10:30. On
Saturday evening at 7 p.m.. the
congregation will join in a
processional march.
The Gold Coast Synagogue
will hold Simchat Torah services
with Rabbi Aaron Shapiro and
Cantor Fred Bernstein of-
ficiating. The schedule will begin
on Friday evening at 6 30
Saturday morning. services
begin at 9 a.m. with Vizkor at
10 30. The congregation will
meet again at 6:45 p.m. on
Saturday and on Sunday at 9
a.m.
Young Israel of Hollywood
will hold Hashana Rabbah
services on Friday at 6:45 p.m.
On Saturday at 9 a.m., Rabbi
M<>she Bomzer will speak on
"Koheleth The Vanity of Man
On Sunday at 9 a.m.. Simchat
Torah will be celebrated with
family services to be concluded
in the synagogue succah.
NCJW to Hold Fund-Raising Luncheon
As Part of "Council Cares Day"
Authors to Lecture At Temple Sinai
Drs. Joel and Lois Davitz.
professors at Columbia Uni-
versity and authors of the best
selling Random House book
Making It From 40 to 50. will
Persons registering for the
Synagogue's Adult Education
Program may attend the Davitz
lecture as part of their
registration fee. Coffee and cake
lecture at North Dade's Temple will be served by the Temple
Sinai on Tuesday evening. Oct. Sinai Sisterhood, sponsoring the
19 at 8 p.m.
People of all ages will enjoy
their presentation, for many of
their insights can be applied to
younger as well as older persons.
The lecture, which will be held
in the Synagogue's Sanctuary,
will inaugurate the Synagogue's
Adult Education Program whkh
has been organized in con-
junction with the Central
Agency for Jewish Education.
lecture.
Lorber Asthma Group
To Meet at Track
The Lorber Chapter of the
National Asthma Center will
hold a "Day at the Races'" at
Calder Race Track on Oct. 23.
Luncheon will be served in the
Turf Club and reservations art
requested_____________________
Miami Section. National
Council of Jewish Women, which
has nine active divisions in tht
community from North Miam
Beach to Key Biscayne, is of
fering its members a "Nowhere
Cruise and Luncheon"' aboard
the S S Emerald Seas on
Friday. Oct. 22 which has been
designated Council Cares Day.
Boarding time is noon at the
Port of Miami. Pier 4, Dodge
Island. The ship will remain in
port and debarking time is 3
p.m.
The day will start off with a
Captain's gourmet luncheon in
the ship's main dining room
followed by entertainment by
Danny Dayan. one of Israel's
young singers who was recently
featured at the Cafe Sabre in
New York City and the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel on Miami
Beach
To all my friends who by their words, cards
ond letters have expressed their deep sympathy
and sorrow on the recent death of my wife
must be made
ELSIE SIBEL
may I of this time extend to you and each of you
my deepest and heartfelt appreciation.
SAM SIBEL
Reservations
early.
Funds raised at this event will
help support Council's vital
community programs which
include Braille Library and
Bindery. Child Abuse Program.
Child Care Center. Quality of
Jewish Life, Rescue and Mi-
gration Service. Research
Institute in Israel for Innovation
in Education, Services to the
Aged and Tapes for the Blind.
In charge of overall
arrangements for the cruise is
Mimi Klein with Florence Kassel
serving as chairwoman of the
day. and Florence Lewis and Bea
Cohen in charge of tickets
Judy M. Gilbert is Miami
Section president.
ZOA to Hear
Sam Pascoe
The next meeting of the
Brandeis District. Zionist Or-
ganization of America, will be
held on Wednesday. Oct. 20. at 8
p.m. at the Washington Federal
Auditorium. 1133 Normandv
Drive. Miami Beach.
The program will include
guest speaker Samuel Pascoe.
Estelle Hoberman. pianist and
accordionist, with a social hour
to follow.
Louis Hoberman. president,
will appoint committees for the
current season.
Samuel Pascoe. Miami Beach
Zionist and civic leader will
speak on the "Crisis in Israel "
,. Pa-s,coejs the Past president of
the Florida B'nai B'rith; he has
served as a president of the
Honda Presidents Club-
member of the Board of
Governors of the Jewish
National Fund; ad vice
chairman of the Ami-Defamation
League of the Florida B'nai
d nth.
The Civil Aeronautics Boa
(CAB) recently awarded
American Airways
domestic service route
The Board had previously
denied Pan Am up nil nowi
international carrier -
domestic route, but fin
relented and gave Pan \m th
go-ahead in the Boston-Detail
market.
Previously, only America
Airlines serviced ihi- marketj
which the CAB .itemed
monopoly. North Central A
lines was also given permissbi
to carry passengers .iliTtg th
Boston Detroit route
Pan Am is
average SI million v arly rev-j
enue gain from this ,;,. -inn
MB Resort
Modernized
The White Housi I
lished oceanfront resort, hasl
been modernized inti I
retirement resort scheduled to]
open officially on No\ I
Located directly on the ocean.1
with private beach, the I
White House is a I
owned Lummus Park W|th|
beach, fishing pier and picnic|
areas.
The hotel provides is part of
its yearly and seasonal rates:!
daily maid service _4-hour I
phone service and three kosher
meals daily, supervised by a|
resident mashgiach
The owner-management team I
is comprised of Sl-.erman |
Baumrind: Milton Ehrene.'eh. j
member of a family well known
in kosher hotel operations for621
years; and Morris iMoislSj
Waldman. who supervised foot
preparation for 30 years at t
Waldman-family hot. -
Florida.
Facilities for the convenience I
of guests include an on -premises
svnagogue. medical center, cow
TV room, pool and shutfleboard
courts.
The full-time social director
will schedule activities such s>^
bingo, movies, sightseeing trips.
dances, parties and live -nows
On a yearly basis, the White
House features low rates The
hotel is within walking distance
of Lincoln Road Mall and trie
Miami Beach Theatre of the Per-
forming Arts. The White House
is at the oceanfront and 15"
Street, Miami Beach.


Lday.Octoberl5.1976
*Jenii' fhridfiar
Page 13-B
"COAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
rOHSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
uTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
'?, EVENTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
EL0F FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
0 DADECOUNTY
Civil Action NO. 74-Mil 5
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
* OF MARRIAGE
mRE LINDA LOUISE BARNES.
""* Petitioner,
JSePHALI-ARD BARNES.
L^K^LLARD BARNES
ptdeiice Unknown
vni \KK HEREBY NOTIFIED that
..action tor Dissolution of Marriage
S tUn Wed aKamst you and you are
mmd 10serve a copy of your written
2SSS.I1 any. to It on Lav Offices of
SSkK J TAI.IANOFK. attorney for
p^. >n'r whOM address Is 420 Lincoln
ES".am. Beach, Florida 3.M39 and
?,he original lth the clerk of the
.iMvf ityled court on or before Nov 3.
KTotberv/lM a default will be en-
|L.i ualntl vou for the relief
En** in the complaint or petition.
%,,. notice shall be published once
Lii, week f"r four consecutive weeks
THK IEWISHFLORIDIAN.
ijTNESS my hand and the seal of
-,0 court at Miami. Florida on this
(ember, i78.
Sr foCHARDP BRINKER
\m Clerk. Circuit Court
county. Florida
IU VMIlie Hradshaw Jr
li ivputy Clerk
.Circuit Court Seali
QE0RGF I 1'M-IANOFF
AC Lincoln it- ad
Html Beach, Klorlda 33139
' -"-""Xr,., 111. .iw
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
IITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY,FLORIDA
NO. 76 31*01
IGENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
NOTICE OF SUIT
IHAZEI I N
laintlff,
IFREDDY 11 MILTON and
IlllSA I KB1N v
lanta
lit) FRI ''< 1' MILTON
SCE i NKNOWN
I HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
la SI IT has been brought against vou
I ESSEN Plaintiff i"
I ertaln mortgage more
I ibed In the Complain)
I Suii which mortgage en
following described
In Dade County,
MB Lodge No. 1601
Plans Halloween Dance
The Miami Beach Lodge No.
1601 will hold a Halloween dance
at their clubhouse on Oct. 30 at 8
p.m.
Jack Bernard is chairman of
the event. Harry Kleibman is
exalted ruler of the Miami Beach
Elks.
I
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nrdlng i" ih' Plal
li 'l in Plal Book 8 al
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
HEREBY i ;i\ EN lhal
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Fla 33138, ml.-nils to
.- with Ihe Clerk ol the
i lade County, Florida
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NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO 74-30776 (391
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
- OF MARRIAGE
lRE THE MAKRIAGEOF
P0SEPHF BUONO.
Petitioner
land
|annab HIONO,
Respondent
^ A.NNAH BUONO
ir"| North Highland Avenue
JefferaonvUJe,
|norrlstown. 1'a 19401
>0l AKK HEREBY NOTIFIED that
*" action for Dissolution of Marriage
has t>wn filed against you and you are
Inquired to serve a copy of your written
[*<'ni*s. ,f any, to It on HARVEY
IKiniMAN. Attorney for PetlUoner.
Ij* address Is 407 Lincoln Road.
["ami Beach, Florida 33139. and file
P original with the clerk of the above
liSrl fourt on or before November 17,
vm. otherwise a default will be en-
lrd against you for the relief
|manded in the complaint or petition
u h no,lre sha" be published once
1,.'^,*'' k ,or 'ur consecutive weeks
r *rV "Wls FI.ORIDIAN
LJJTOMS my hand and the seal of
iwiflI court at Miami. Florida, on this
rMa> "I October. 1876
I'. I('HARD P. BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court.
Hade County, Florida
By L. Sneeden
As Deputy Clerk
lHl0f.U."(,urtSeal)
I^^VKICHMAN
lUl'-lnrolnRoad
" Oct. 15, 22. 29; Nov. 8. 1076
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76 31555
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
in ith: The Marriage of
ALBERTBONKENBURG, JR .
Husband Petitioner
and
MANOLA DEE BONKENBURG,
ife Respondent
TO MANOLA DEE BONKENBI Ri;
Residence unknown
vi )i ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Dissolution of Marriage
I .i- been filed against you and you are
rquired to serve a copy of your written
defenses. If any. lo It on FREEMAN *
FREEMAN attorneys fur Petitioner,
whose address is 217 Palermo Ave .
Coral Gables Pla 33134 and file the
original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before Nov 15. 1976;
otherwise a default will be entered
against vou for the relief demanded in
the complaint or petition
This notice shall lie published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said c our) at Miami. Florida on this 8th
day of October. i7fi
RICHARD P BRINKER
\- Clerk Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
By I 9 DePletro
\- peputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal
FREEM \N I FREEMAN
JIT Palermo \ve
Coral Gables Fla 331M
Tel l SOSi H3 1866
Attorneys for Petitioner
______________Pet If. r: -21 Nov 5 17"
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NOPROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 76 31630
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
i\ re Mairiagi
NOR1.EN B HARKE
and
Nl'.K I'll \NN H M
Re poi lenl ''
TO Kl IZABETH VNN HARKE
t nknon
VOI \KK HEREBY SOTIFIEDthal
isolutlon ol Mai rtage
v- and j
reouli ""' *n"''n
' on \mi KOSS
. petitioner whose address
. i.,,,. HMI Suite 715
tables I-'lot-Ida 331 M and file the
original with Ihe rli above
i court on
a defaull will
against you for the relief demanded in
''"'' the complain! or petition
This notice shall be publlahed once
. ,, four consecutive weeks
HE JEWISH FLORIDIAN ISO NE
, suv.i Miami Florlda33l32
WITNESS my hand and the seal ol
said court al Miami Florida on this
I2thda> ol o. tol.er 1978 _____
RICHARD P BRINKER
Is Clerk. Circuit Court
11,,de County, Florida
By M J Hartnetl
\-1 leputvClerk
.Circuit Court Seal'
tbeKots, attorney at Law. F a
2121 ponce de Leon Blvd Suite TIB
Coral Gables Florida MIM
Tel 446 1444
Attorney for Petitioner
Oct 15.22.29. Nov
STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP
MANAGEMENT
AND CIRCULATION
I Required by 39 U.S.C. 3*85)
Title of Publication The
Floridian: date of Filing
frequence of Issue weekly.
Religious Directory
MIAMI
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION,
995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Zvi
Raphaely. Cantor Aron Ben Aron. (1)
ANSHE EMES CONGREGATION. 2533
SW 19th Ave. Conservative.
OR OLOM TEMPLE 8755 SW 16th St
Conservative Rabbi Sherman Kirsh
ner. Cantor P. Hillel Brummer. (13)
8BETH AM TEMPLE. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr Reform. Dr. Herbert M.
Baumgard. Associate Rabbi Mitchell
Chefitz. (3)
8BET BREIRA CONGREGATION
10755 SW 112th St. Liberal. Rabbi
Barry Tabachnikoff (3 A)
8BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William Lipson. (4 A)
9BETH DAVID SOUTH. 7500 SW 120th
St Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William Lipson (4 B)
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Leon Segal. Rev
Mendel Gutterman (6)
8BETH TOV TEMPLE. 6438 SW 8th St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel
Cantor William Golembe. (8)
B'NAI ISRAEL AND GREATER
MIAMI YOUTH SYNAGOGUE 7600
SW 123rd Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Ralph Glixman. (8 A)
B'NAI RAPHAEL CONGREGATION.
1401 NW 183rd St Conservative
Rabbi Victor D. Zwelling Cantor
Jack Lerner (36)
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF
GREATER MIAMI -
South Florida's Pioneer
Reform Synagogue
137 N.E. 19th St. Miami
573-5900
Dr. Joseph Narot. Senior Rabbi
Services Every
Friday at 8 p.m.
Simchat Torah Services
And Consecration-Friday at 8 p.m.
Rabbi Brett Goldstein to be Installed
Dr. Narot, Rabbi Goldstein and
David Fleeman will speak
5. 1976
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cation
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CANDLELIGHTING
TIME
6:35
21TISHRI-5737
*
i*
T.V.Programs
Sunday, Oct. 17
"Jewish Worship Hour"
WPLG-TV Ch. 109:30 ajn.
There will be no
Jewish Worship Hour
due to the
Simchat Torah Holiday.
"Still, Small Voice"
There will be no live
"Still, Small Voice"
due to the
Simchat Torah Holiday.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN TEMPLE.
ISRAEL SOUTH TEMPLE (formerly
Beth Tikva) 9025 Sunset Dr. Reform
Rabbi Joseph R Narot. (13 A)
tSAMU EL TEMPLE 8900 SW 107th
Ave., Suite 306. Conservative. Rabbi
Edwin P. Farber. (9)
ZION TEMPLE. 8000 Miller Rd
Conservative Rabbi Norman N
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson (16)
HIALEAH
TIFERETH JACOB TEMPLE 951 E
4th Ave Conservative. (15)
NORTH MIAMI
IBETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. 225
NE 121st St Conservative Rabbi Dr
Daniel J. Fingerer. (35)
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDAS ACHIM NUBACH SEFARD
CONGREGATION. 707 5th St
Orthodox. Rabbi Mordecai Chaim
ovits. (32 B)
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Sheldon N. Ever
(17)
Pine Tree Dr
Alexander Gross
BETH EL. 2400
Orthodox Rabbi
(5)
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. 1545
Jefferson Ave Conservative. Rabbi
Elliot Winograd Cantor Saul Breeh.
(20)
BETH SHOLOM TEMPLE. 4144 Chase
Ave Liberal. Dr Leon Kronish
Cantor David Conviser. (21)
BETH SOLOMON TEMPLE. 1031
Lincoln Rd. Modern Conservative.
Rabbi David Raab Cantor Nathan
Parnass (21 A)
935
M.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St Conservative. Rabbi Solomon
Waldenberg Cantor Hyman Lifshin
(11) _______
Scholarship Dinner
Set for Dec 19
The 29th annual scholarship
dinner of the Greater Miami
Hebrew Academy has been set
tut the night of Dec. 19 at the
Deauville Hotel, Miami Meach.
Pounder-Principal Rabbi
Alexander Gross has announced
the appointment of cochairmen
lor ihe Hebrew day school's
annual event: Hyman Chabner
and \\ illiam Silverstein.
The purpose of the dinner is to
raise additional funds for
students whose parents cannot
altord tuition at the 29-year-old
institution and to honor the
person, or persons, who have
contributed the most to the non-
protit school during the past
year,
Auxiliary Women
Set Lunch Date
The Women's Auxiliary meet-
ing of the Miami Beach Hebrew
Home for the Aged will be held
on Wednesday, Oct. 27 at the
Delano Hotel at noon. Lunch will
be served at a nominal cost.
Sarah Levin is president.
BETH TFILAH CONGREGATION
Euclid Ave Orthodox. Rabbi I.
Tropper. (22)
BETH YOSEPH CHAIM
CONGREGATION 848 Meridian Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig
(22 A)
700 178th St
Abraham I
B'NAI ZION TEMPLE
Orthodox Rabbi Dr
Jacobson (22 B)
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Avenue
538-2503
Conservative
Dr. Irving Lehrman
Cantor Zvi Adler
Hashanah Rabbah-Friday at
6 a.m. and 6: 30 p.m.
Shemim Atieret 9 a.m.
Yizkor at 1030a.m.
Dr. Lehrman will discuss:
Israel, the Ttirah and (icid Xrc One'
Hakatotat 7 p.m.
Simchat Torah services
Sunday at 9 a.m.
CHABAD HOUSE 1401 Alton Rd
Orthodox Rabbi Joseph Biston (66)
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Roiencwaig (23)
CUBAN SEPHARDIC HEBREW
CONGREGATION. 715 Washington
Ave Orthodox Rabbi Meir Mashah
Melamed (23 A)
ETZ CHAIM CONGREGATION 1544
Washington Ave. Orthodox Rabbi
Tsvi G Schur (32)
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pine Tree
Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross. (25)
GOLD COAST SYNAGOGUE
5445 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
Conservative
864 4353
Rabbi Aaron Shapiro
Cantor Fred Bernstein
Simchat Torah Services
Friday at 4:30 p.m.
Saturday at 9 a.m. and 4:45 p.m.
Yiikor at 10:30 a.m.
Sunday at 9 a.m.
1025
Con
NE Miami Gardens Dr
servative. Rabbi Simcha Freedman
Cantor Ian Alpern. (33)
AGUDATH ACHIM. 3rd Ave. Hebrew
Religious Community Center. 19255
NE 3rd Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jacob
I. Nislick. (33 A)
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
1051 Interama Blvd Conservative
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz. (34)
SEPHARDIC CENTER 571 NE 171st
St. Conservative. Rabbi Nesim
Gambach
SINAI TEMPLE OF NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave Reform Rabbi
Ralph P Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. (37)
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Dr. Tibor H. Stern. Cantor
Meyer Engel. (26)
KNESETH ISRAEL. 147S Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrtield
Cantor Abraham Seif (27)
LUBAVITCH CONGREGATION 1120
Collins Ave. Orthodox Rabbi
Abraham Korf. (67)
MENORAH TEMPLE 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
(28) ________
NER TAMID TEMPLE. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway Conservative. Dr
Eugene Labovitz Cantor Edward
Klein (29)
NORTH BAY VILLAGE JEWISH
CENTER. 7800 Hispanola Ave
Conservative Rabbi Marvin Rose
Cantor Murray Yavneh. (32 A)
Dr.
A
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Dov
Bidnick. (38)
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI 990 NE 171st St Orthodox
Rabbi Zev Left (39)
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita
Orthodox Rabbi Phineas
Weberman. (80)
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Sadl
Nahmias. (31)
CORAL GABLES
HILLEL JEWISH STUDENT CEN
TER, COLLEGE STUDENT SYNA
GOGUE. University of Miami. 1100
Miller Drive Traditional and Liberal
Services. Rabbi Sanford H Shudnow
JUDEA TEMPLE. 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Michael B
Eisenstat. Cantor Rita Shore. (40)
ZAMORA TEMPLE 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Marvin
Tokayer Cantor Jack Rubin. (41)
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9348 Harding Ave
Isaac D Vine (50)
Orthodox Rabbi
HOMESTEAD
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER 183
NE 8th St. Conservative Rabbi Paul
Bender (51)
HOLLYWOOD
AHM TEMPLE. 310
SW 62nd
Rabbi David
BETH
Ave Conservative
Rosenfield. (47 Bl
BETH EL TEMPLE 1351 S 14th Ave
Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Assistant Rabbi Jonathan Woll (45)
BETH SHALOM TEMPLE
Arthur St Conservative.
Morton Malavsky Cantor
Gold. (46)
4601
Rabbi
Irving
SINAI TEMPLE. 1201 Johnston St
Conservative Rabbi David Shapiro
Associate Rabbi Chaim S Listfield
(65)
SOLEL TEMPLE. 5100 Sheridan St
Liberal Rabbi Robert Frazin (47 C)
PLANTATION
PLANTATION JEWISH
GATION 400 S Nob Hill
Reform Rabbi Sheldon j
CONGRE
Rd. Liberal
Harr (64)
SYNA
RECONSTRUCTIONS
GOGUE 7473 NW 4th St
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL TEMPLE 692C
Conservative Rabbi Av
Cantor Abraham Kester
DEERFIELD BEACH
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
Century Village East Conservative
Rabbi David Berent (62)
(69)
SW 35th St
rom Drazin
481
MARGATE
BETH HILLEL CONGREGATION.
7640 Margate Blvd Conservative
Cantor Charles Perlman
SHOLOM TEMPLE 132 SE 11th Ave
Conservative Rabbi Morns A Skop
Cantor Yaacov Renzer (49)
BETH
Ave.
CORAL SPRINGS
OR TEMPLE 3721 NW
Reform Rabbi Max Weitz
100th
(44)
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
416 NE 8th Ave Conservative. Rabbi
Harry E. Schwartz. Cantor Jacob
Danziger (12)
PEMBROKE PINES
TEMPLE IN THE PINES 9139
Street. Conservative.
Lubin (63)
Taft
Rabbi Sidney I.
FORT LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL TEMPLE. 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Conservative
Rabbi Philip A Labowitz Cantor
Maurice Neu. (42)
EMANU EL TEMPLE. 3245 W.
Oakland Park Blvd. Reform Rabbi
Joel S Goor Cantor Jerome
Klement. (43)
TAMARAC JEWISH CENTER. 9106
NW 57th St. Conservative Rabbi
Israel Zimmerman (44 A)
YOUNG ISRAEL OF
.HOLLYWOOD
4171 Stirling Road
Oaks Condominimum
791-2200
Rabbi Moshe E. Bomzer
Hashana Rabbah Services-
Friday at4:4S p.m.
Shemim Atzeret-Saturday at 9 a.m.
Rabbi Bomzer will discuss:
"KoheleUi: The Vanity o* Man"
Simchat Torah Services
Sunday at 9 a.m.
Family Synagogue
Succah Celebration
Member of the Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami.


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IN THE CIBCUIT COUKTO^ THE
"TM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT INANO
FOB DAOE COUNTY FLORIDA
6ENEBAL JUtlSWCTlON DIVISION
CASE MO ; I
ELVAREE PEXVT
Piaaaff.
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MnM B-- the r. prcperty wr_- j
the lubje-:-- mAtter of this sctior. -x, wit
flsgllining At A pomt or. the West
line of the North S of the ssjaOHMMl
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west ^ smld potrt oeir.jt fll 3 fee*.
South of the Northwewt oomer
thence Soutr.esster'.y a: angle of
4* -*3 to the West line Hi:
Wt south we sterrjr at r.r: ar.f.es
TS feet Northwesterly v. AS feet to
an intersection with the West Line
thence North ajonf said West line
B 73 feet to the Point of 1* piTsirsn
Mrtoff and betnf tr. Section U
Tovnahip K South Pjnge 40 East
Dads Courty FlorVSA.
You aad each of you. are hereby
notified that a suit to equity has been
brought against you by the Plaintiff
ELVAP.EE PENNY in the Circuit
Court- Eleventh Judicial Circuit m and
lor Dade County. Florida and you are
hereby aummoned ordered and
required to ale your written answer or
defenses to the Compialart To Quiet
Title filed herein against you in the
above -entitled cause in the office of the
Clerk of the Ctrcvt*. Court. In And for
Dade Covaity Florida at his office in
the Courthouae In kUaml. Florida, on or
before the lath day of Nov i7. aad to
serve a copy of such answer or
defenses upon HAROLD A TUP.
TLETAUB Plaintiffs attorney herein
whose address U J00 South Dixie High-
way Miami. Florida, on or befcre said
date as required by the laws of Florida
and the Florida Rules of C3vU Pro-
cedure If you fall to do so. a default
will be entered against you tor the
relief demanded In the Complaint
The nature of said suit la to remove
clouds from and Quiet the title of the
Plaintiff In and to the above-described
WTTNESS my band and the seal of
said Court at Miami. Florida, this atr.
day of Oct.. If!
RICHARD P BRINKER
Clerk of said Court
By Willie Bredahaw It
as Deputy Clerk
Oet IS, W: Nov 5. ifri
--------------NOTICE UWM*
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the usstJeratgned desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BRANDING IRON QUALITY MEATS
si sat) NE 1SB St Miami. FIa 1T.
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida
HARRY CHACK. 100 percent Owner
Oet is. a. *. Nov s irr
NOTICE OF ACON
CONS*-C"r SEarf'Cfi
MO trO-eTY
M THE ClwC J'' COUeT Of tm
ELEVENTH j{JO>C AL CtCUlT
OFFlCMUDA inanofo*
DA DC COUNTY
Civil ACTON NO 'I start
AC-rOe FOw D>SSOL-T'OM
0* MAS AGE
3 ?J: T*t* Ma.-nag '
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ABOVE ESTATE aJfC ALL YTHER
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NOTICE C* ACTION
CDNSTB^C E SEB.CE
NO B0EBTY
IN THE CIRCUIT COUBT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIBCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN A NO FOR
DADE COUNTY
. AOiwa Ms 7-r*tQ4
ACTIOM FOR DISSOLUTION
OC MABBLASE
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styled court or. or before October S
:r'. otnerw-je a defa^t ... ^ er.-
tered aga^rar. yot '-.- _- -..'
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- it a.. -~ p.t each wees for four eonaecj.t;ve weeu
la THE fEWlSH FLORTDlAN
a:ts?:s? my nand a.-d --.* ?ea- 'X
said court at W:arr.: Flar
ITB --a> of Sept :r
RICHARD P BRINKER
AS
Dade County Florida
By H F ssawaasfwale.
As Deputy-Cere
kMBt 3ea;
GARY B SACK ESQUIRE
SOI Dade Federal Building
10: East FL*..- 5t
Ma-. Fa
Attorney tor Petnxner
_______________Sect m oc; : :: jr.:
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
'NO PROPERTY!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR
DADE COUNTY
Civil Actiea Me 7a-Mei7
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF AAARRIACE
IN RE THE MARRLAGE OF
ELiE JEAN PIERRE
Husband. Petitioner
and
LIEE DA PREDELIES
JEAN -PIERRE
Wife Respondent
TO LIEZI DA PREDELIES
JEAN PIERRE
Ri di Jur Badela
VieH-S
Port de Paix, Haiti
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action tor Dtaaolutlon of Marriage
has been filed against you and you are
required to senre a copy of your written
defenses if any. to It on DANIEL
RETTER ESQ attorney for
Petitioner whose address Is Kl Dade
Federal Building 101 East Flagier
Street. Miami Florida 121 Jl and file
the original with the clerk of the above
styled court on or before October a
l*7t otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief
demanded in the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published once
each week tor tour consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORTDLAN
WTTNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this
lfth day of September 1B7S
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County Florida
By A Crutcher
As Deputy Clerk
' Circuit Court Seal |
DANIEL RETTER ESQUIRE
Attorney tor Petitioner
801 Dade Federal Building
101 East Flagier Street
Miami Florida 3)131
Phone iSS-wMO
Sept M Oet 1. I. IS 1IN
A_ ;erwj
ae arris *_-: JM tstatt are
-.;-: -I-Xr<. -rrJL-L MONTHS
fr:m the late ;f the first
kwucatsox nna Tl
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-- a copy of i'lt af
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--:.--t RTTHTN THREE afONTHS
- V -XT. DATE f THE FIRST
p\"3l:~ati'.v :f _
fLe 1=5 jc".j:rj _- ; a.- ksti
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perscTA. represerta"--. tr*
v .i-Tsdsn of Ok*
ALL CLADta DEMANDS KSl
oece K rr_=:i aill
3E FX RE ER B ARRE1
Daze ^ the nt :.;..:a;..c < _-_
N-.<..t :' _-
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PHILIP SIEGEL
.aj PeracrA. ReprestrtA-
ErtAt* : HELE'. S
ATT" -- NAL
REPRESENTATfi E
BARRT V FLEl^Er.
la rncs 3
BARP.
4I-T LAI c_-. Road Si_te 4*'
Mssjbu ba :r.*
Tejepnone Ue-+tr.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOB
DADE COUNTY FLOBI0A
PROBATE Dl.iSiON
FiM Nwmasv 7*-Sar < Sia"oe
IN RE ESTaTI
BERTHA CTESLXNSI
DaeasBkH
NOTICE OF ALMINL;T?.'.T: S
Tl ALL rEr^INS HA>TNG ^-".rv^
OR DEMAN1 ( 1ATN3T "HE
ABC-.E ESTATE ANE M
PERSON; INTEP-ESTEL :> --.-.
ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT3"!El t.-si"
_-. il_-_"..--.. :r ^ His BBtaial '-'
BERTHA CTESLTNSKJ ascwaasa
--T ?. 36: j ; --
Clre-jst Oaan (a* DADC Ckssst]
F^ndA Pr-toaze Drtlshwa, 0m Address
-.f -:-_- j 1 West Fif.': S'-'ee*.
Matt.: F^ndA The perrA.
-epreaentAUve af to* estate Is
LORETTA .ANZ.AK. wrote addl s is
:Xl NE :*:st Street >:-.-. stsaRal
3eacr. Florida. The -a..e a.-.2 address
-.f the perscrA. represer.uuve a at
tomey are set forth beiow
a_ persons having cAini or
demands agairat tr.e estate are
required WTTHTN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to
fS> with the clerk of the above tci-r*. a
written ttatemer.t cf a.-.;. ca:.t -
demAnd they may have Each c^i.t.
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 clal.T. j not yet due the date when
It will become due ahAL be stated. If the
claim is contingent or unliquidated the
nature of the uncertainty shall be
ssaassl 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 m the estate to
whom a copy of this Notice of
Adminlstratior. has been mailed are
required. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE lo
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 jurisdiction of the court
ALL CLAIMS DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WTLL
BE F ORE VE R BA RRED
Date of the first publication of this
Notice of Administration October 8.
Jim
LORETTA ANZAK
As Personal Representative of the
Estate of Bertha Ciestlnak!
Dec eased
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
RE P RESE NT ATTVE
NATHANIEL L BARONE JR
SOM BUcayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida 131X7
Telephone 737-17*3
Oet 18. IF*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADC COUNTY.FLORIDA
PRORATE DIVISION
F.le KwtMf'HN'
DMisswIS
IN RE ESTATE OF
=GE H FRET
Deceases
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
= LEMANDS AGAINST THE
iBOYI ESTATE AND ALL OTHER
FERSOM IVTERESTEr :n THE
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
-? ii-_-jjt.-it.cr. if the estate of
H FREY deceased FUe
N.-ber t 2*" J pending In the
Ctras*. Cour. for DADE County
FJorvdA Probate Division the address
'' -.:.- *er. Ragler Street
ItA. r^-rt-U TIM Curator of the
sr_at J JOSEPH W MALEK whose
address ^ 0 Ur.eolr. Road. Suite S01
Ma-t.: 3*A.t.-. r.onda Bl The name
*,-.i k.Hr*ai '.'. the Ojrators attorney
i-. _- -..ow
sassMssl having claims or
ae.aods ata..-!" "-- *ttat* are
reo-J.-ei WITHIN THREE MONTHS
v THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PLRLsCATsOrl OF THM NOTICE to
Bi Os* clerk of the above court a
trrsSaa pta^awaewt of any claim or
(atsaBJsJ RktJ Bhl] -av Each claim
must > -- -...-. and must Indicate
the basts for the claim the name and
address tf tr* creditor or his agent or
*> a.-/: the amount claimed If
BM --a.'- M sot yt d-* 0*t date when
- : -* stall be stated If the
- jnliquldated the
-A-..-> '' -- mcertaintw shall be
staked U Ust -.rr. U se'ur*d. the
-..-.. Matll be described The
tkumant shall JeUvw sufficient copies
-e clerk to enable the
- BDp) to ach personal
represratal
\.. psrsoai interested in the estate to
wr.orr. a copy of this Notice of
mstraoor. ^AS been mailed are
requi.-'-- a:th:s THREE MONTHS
FROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE to
fl any objections they may have that
-.-A..*rlfes the validity of the
decedent s will the qualifications of the
personal representative, or the venue
vt.r tion of the court
AI_ CLAIMS DEMANDS. AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED WILL
3E FOREVER BARRED
Data of the first publication of this
Administration October 15
JOSEPH W MALEK
As Curator of the
Estate of GEORGE H FREY
Deceased
ATTORNEY FOR CURATOR
?H m MALEK
JSf Lincoln Road Suite 501
Miami Beach Florida 33138
T- ptl -r 536-4431
Oet 15 22. 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAV*
"ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
lersgned desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
MERIDIAN \TLLA APTS at 1770
m Avenue Miami Beach
:a intend to register said name
- lb* Cerk of the Circuit Court of
Dads County Florida
CHIL HABEP.MAN
STEPHEN 1GRA
ISADORE DULSON
THARLESGERTLER Attorney
- Road
3each Florida 33139
____________Oet 15. 22. 29 Nov 5. 1976
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
' TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
lersigned desiring to engage In
susir.eas under the fictitious name of
MARINA POLVAY ASSOCIATES at
number 9130 NE 10th a In the City of
Kktmi Shores Florida, intends to
register said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida
Dated at Miami Florida this 7th day
of October irre
MARINA POLVAY
Attorney for Applicant
MORTIMER S COHEN
.4 NE First Ave
Miami Florida 33132
Oet 13. 22. 29. Nov 3. 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
- lersigned. desiring to engage In
busx.ea* under the fictitious name of
OLYMPIA HEIGHTS PHARMACY at
VM Bird Road. Miami. Florida. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County Florida
OeHPHARMACi INC
DAted At Miami. Florida
September 1971
MAC MERMELL ATTY
13J0 S Dude High* ay
Coral Gables Fla 331 *
Oet 13. a. a. 197
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by
virtue of Chapter 878 Florida Statutes
Annotated I mi I Warehouseman and
Warehouse Receipts Wherein ABBOTT
MOVING STORAGE CO a Florida
corporation by virtue of Its warehouse
Hens has in its possession the following
described property
Household Goods as the property of
MRS MICHELLE WARM whose
last known addresses were P O
Box 303 West Port Conn 0SS80
and 9 Hockanum Road. West Port.
Conn and that on the Mi day of
November. 1171 Airing the legal
hour* of sale mainly between 1] 00
forenoon and J 00 in the afternoon
at 23B6 NW 24th Ave Miami.
Florida the undersigned shall offer
for sale to the highest bidder for
cash in hand the above described
property of MRS MICHELLE
WARM
Dated at Miami. Florida this 7th day
of October 1973
Oet 15. B l7
Fritky. October
LE^ALAAQTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(MO PROPERTY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THS
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO 7*-na,
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OFMARBIAGE
IN RE THE MARRLAGE OF
JAMES SAMUEL CUPP
Husband
and
DONNA MORACCO CUPP
Wife
TO DONNA MORACCO CUPP
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED t
an action for DlsaoIutMr. -.' Marrl'
has been filed against you tr.i youi
required to serve a copy of vow writt
defenses if any. to it on MAPJORIE j!
ROBBINS attorney for I titioner
whose address is 1873 NE IStrd stretl
North Miami Beach Florida 33:2 i
file the original with the dark of i_
above styled court on or before Nov ij
im otherwise a default will be
tered against you for the rtlL
demanded In the complaint or ptitioii|
This notice shall be published onci
each week tor tour eoskkfCUtiv* wtd
in THE JEWISH FLORID IAN
WTTNESS my hand and _* seal i
said court at Miami Florida an thlsT
day of Oet 19T
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Cour.
Dade County Florida
ByB Perei
As Deputy Clerk
Circuit Court Seal
MARJORIE F ROBBINS ESQ
BAXTER FRIEDMAN
ROBBINS a FISCHER
1875 NE 163rd Street
North Miami Beach Florida
Attorney for Petitioner
Oet 15 22. 29 Nov 5. l7l
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
KO PROPERTY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITl
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
Civil Action No. M-1I4S1
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION |
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
EDNA FREDERICKS WIFE
and
GEORGE FREDERICKS HUSBAND
TO GEORGE FREDERICKS
120 Saint Paul s Ave
Jersey Cltv New Jersev
YOU ARE HEREBY NOT1K:kDI(b||
an action for Dissolution of Marriage I
has been filed against you and vou arc I
required to serve a copy of your written I
defenses, if any. to It on MITCHF.LLD
ARONSON attorney for Petitioner.
whose address is 1*61 NW <: Avenue
Miami Florida 33125. and file the I
original with the clerk of the above^
styled court on or before Nov 19, 1971; f
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded In |
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be pubh.-hed once I
each week for four consecut.ve weeks |
in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN
WITNESS mv hand and the seal of I
said court at Miami. Florida on thisSlh |
dav of Oet 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk Circuit Court
Dad* County. Florida
By M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
i Circuit Court Seal i "
LAW OFFICES Of MAX P EM
BY MITCHELL D ARONSON ES(J
MS: NW |1 Ave
Miami Florida 33123
Attorney for Petitioner
Oet 13. 22. 29 Ntv. 8 17
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN ANO FOR
DADECOUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74-JI501
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE THE MARRIAGE OF
MERCEDES L BARDOUNIOT1S
Wife
and
NICHOLAS J BARDOUNIOTl.v
Husband
TO NICHOLAS J BARDOUNIOTIS
P O Box 998
Fort Wayne. Indiana468(1
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEP that
an action for Dissolution of Marnare
has be*n flld against you ar.d vou are
required to serv* a copy of your written
defenses. If any, to It on ALBERT u
CARR1CARTE ESQ attorney W
Petitioner, whose address is 2491 s*
7th Street. Miami. Florida, and We "
original with th* clerk of UM above
stvled court on or before Nov II 1971.
otherwise a default will be enter**
against you tor th* r*li*f demanded m
the complaint or petition
This notice shall be published once
each week tor tour consecutive ween
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal a
said court at Miami Florida on thisnn
day of Oct.. 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Bv M J Hartnett
As Deputy Clerk
l Circuit Court Seal
ALBERT L CARR1CARTE ES 2*i NW Tth Street
Miami. Florida 331
Attorney tor Petitioner
Phone No A4B.TI17 .
______________Ort 13 a Nov 5_1TS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LA*
NOTICE IS HEREBY ffj^,^
the undersigned, desiring <(en**% of
business under the fictitious nam*
GOLD CREATIONS. l,*r,n4t w
Dr. N Miami. Fl. ',"".
register said name w tth the C*T "^
Circuit Court of Dade County r ">"
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
r.rTITlOUS NAME LAW
LtiCF 0 HEREBY GIVEN tht
I ^i.r^jmed. deelrtag to engage In
M!S under ute flcUtloui name of
$fmiAN MARKETING 41. at 925
r

^.BIIV[iamr'Bech. Fla., Intend to
Lr'sald name with the Clerk of the
Court of Hade County, Florida
FREI'K SHOOHET
, NE SHOCHET
MXHCYLEFTON
Oct. 8, IB, 22. 29. 1976
,n7hE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
DADECOUNTY,FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 7*-*W
,RE ESTATE OF
ARRVLIKF.a k a
BRYLIFE.
Deceased
itrmCEOf -\I'MINISTRATION
All PERSON8 HAVING CLAIMS
. DEMANDS AGAINST THE
.,.. i. \\l> ALL OTHER
INTERESTED IN THE
fuTARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
administration of the esUte of
RRY l.IKK. a k-aHARRYI.IFE.
Number 76-6294. Is
idlne in the Circuit Court for Dade
ltj p|oi la Probate Division, the
! i- 73 West Flagler
Miami, Florida. The Co-
aj representatives of the estate
JOSEPH SCHMIER and MICHAEL
nldresses are respec
E Hallandale Beach Blvd..
,ind 161 Lincoln Ave..
..- Jersey The name and
the personal represen-
are set forth below
All per*' ns having claims or
mands against the estate are
WITHIN THREE MONTHS
ROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
VBUCATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
tit with the clerk of the above court a
mtten statement of anv claim or
_mand Uiey may have Each claim
iiiist be in anting and must Indicate
Ik basis (or the claim, the name and
lUresi ol the creditor or his agent or
inorney. and the amount claimed If
h claim is not yet due, the date when
*:ll become due shall be stated. If the
Sum Is contingent or unliquidated, the
Iture of the uncertainty shall be
Bird If the claim Is secured, the
klhiv shall be described. The
mant shall deliver sufficient copies
('.Ik claim to the clerk to enable the
kit to mall one copy to each personal
Kpresentatlve
All persons Interested In the estate to
torn a copy of this Notice of
Iministratlon has been mailed are
(quired. WITHIN THREE MONTHS
ROM THE DATE OF THE FIRST
'IBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE, to
I* any objections they may have that
fiallaiKes the validity of the
cedent s will, the qualifications of the
rsonal representat'"e. or the venue
junsdlction of the court.
ALL CLAIMS. DEMANDS. AND
JECTI().NS NOT SO FILED WILL
E FOREVER BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
otlce of Administration: October 8.
M
MICAHEL LIEF
IOSEPH SCHMIER
\- Co Personal
Representatives of the
Estate of HARRY LIEF, a k/a
HARRY LIFE.
Deceased
1T0RNKV FOR PERSONAL
PRESENT ATTVI
tEPH SCHMIER
K Hallandale Beach Blvd.
ate hi
Wanda 11- Florida 33009
*phone 945 1586
_____________________Oct. 8. 15. 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN that
I desiring to engage In
ler the fictitious name of
ERICA.N \|c H .DEI) PRODUCTS OF
UIRIDA at 3645 NW 36 Street. Miami.
londa S314' nilends to register laid
jme with the aerk of the Circuit
xirtof Dade r.mnty. Florida
NUTRON PLASTICS. INC.
EX HIRSCH. ExecuUve
Vice President & Treas.
TERS. KAPLAN,
tVINSON I KENDN
Oomevs lor
JTRON 'I.ASTICS. INC.
MBrickell Avenue
*ni. Florida 33131
Sept :>4, Oct 1. 8. IS, 1976
IN THE 11TH JUDICIAL
'IRCUIT COURT, DADE, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIV.
CASE NO. 7* 29131
NOTICE FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
|>RAA. I) MrWILLlAMS.
lie vs
JfYDW MrWlI.l.lAMS.
w-Hush., i
0 LLOYDW McWILLIAMS.
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
>ou are required to file an Answer or
men l.fense to the Petition for
"lution of marriage filed against
. m lhls cause by your above named
_. and serve the original upon the
5&,ned clerk and a cpy uPn
SEPH C LAUSSEL. ESQ.. 12888 NW
*vnue, Miami, Florida, not later
October 29. 1976. otherwtie a
ault will be entered against you In
^ordance with the law
uted September 21. vn*. AD
RICHARD P. BRINKER
Clerk of the Court
By: N. A. Hewett. DC.
Sept 24: Oct. 1.8. IB, 1978
NOTICE UNDER
lNrmr!ST,TIOU$ NAMe LA*
I^TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i^deriend- dealrtnr to engage In
liQ?,*undep ncUUous name of
^C CENTER at 1051 Weat 29
IndT i 2- H*aleah, Fla.. 88012. ln-
k. "Cuter aald name with the
h. 1** Circuit Court of Dade
"y. Florida.
JOSE DONO
Sept 24; Oct. 1. 8. IB. 1976
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
NAVELES INDUSTRIAL SALES at
3747 NW 62 St.. Miami. Fla 33142. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ARTHUR A SELEVAN
OCl H. 15, 22, 29, 1976
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 76-27702
(Divisional)
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR ADOPTION
IN RE The Matter of
Adoption of i Minor,
By JOE LOUIS SOLOMON,
Petitioner
TO JOHN O'HARA
15116 Georgia Avenue
Waycroai, Georgia :ti50i
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
an action for Adoption has been filed
against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses.
if any. to it on HAROLD CEASE, at-
torney for Petitioner, whose address Is
2720 West Flagler Street. Miami. Fla.
33135. and file the original with the
clerk of the above styled court on or
before November 5. 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 27
day of September. 1976
RICHARD P BRINKER
As Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By A Crutcher
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
HAROLD CEASE. ESQ
2720 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 33135
Attorney for Petitioner
Oct 1.8. IS. 22. 1976
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
Civil Action NO. '6 29649
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF
LUISG NAVARRO.
Petitioner
and
NELIDA BENITEZ NAVARRO,
Respondent.
TO: Nelida Benltei Navarro
Last known residence:
Pueblo Nuevo
Baire Ortente. Cuba
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 GLADYS
GERSON, attorney 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 Nov. 5, 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
L'.'nd day of September, 1976.
RICHARD P. BRINKER.
As Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By Willie BradshawJr
As Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
GLADYS GERSON, ESQ
101 NW 12th Avenue
Miami. Florida 33128
(3051 324-4563
Attorney for Petitioner
Oct. 1.8 IB 22 ""
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADECOUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO. 74 313*1
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: The Marriage of
NORBERT CHARLES.
Petitioner,
and
MAY CLEOPATRA CHARLES.
Respondent.
TO: MAY CLEOPATRA CHARLES
(residence unknown I
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 MICHAEL A
LIPSKY. PA., attorney for Petitioner,
whose address is 28 West Flagler
Street. Suite 860. Miami, Florida, and
file the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before
November 19th, 1978; otherwise a
default will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the complaint or
petition
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court at Miami. Florida on this 8th
day of October, 197b.
RICHARD P BRINKER
Aa Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By N A Hewett
Aa Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MICHAEL A. LIPSKY, P.A.
28 West Flagler Street
Suite 5B0
Miami. Florida 88180
Attorney for Petitioner
OcL IB. 22. 29; Nov. i. It7
ODbttltitftCfl Zinner' UM Dentistry Expert, Dies
BERMAN
DORA B 74. of Coral Gables, died Oct
1 She was the president of the Miami
Chapter of B'nal B'rith Women for the
past 10 years and a member of Beth
Kodesh Congregation and Sisterhood
She Is survived by her sons Merton. of
Arlington. Va.. and Mllford. of Silver
Springs. Md.. and four grandchildren
Interment Mt Nebo. Arrangements by
Gordon. In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to B'nal B'rith
RUSKIN
DAN H 77. of Miami Beach, on Oct. 10
He Is survived by his wife. Mollle;
daughter and son-in-law, Charlyne and
Jim Meyer; son and daughter-in-law.
Lloyd L Kuskln and Candace; a
daughter, Andrea Magoon: nine grand-
children; four great-grandchildren;
four sisters Ethel Klauber. Jeanette
Rosenblatt. I-alira Yaffe and Fannie
Turk, and aunt and uncle. Joe and
Selma Ruskln, He was a director of the
Sun Bank of Bal Harbour, founder and
life trustee and officer of Mt. Slnal
Medical Center, a trustee of Temple
Israel past president and a member of
the Board of Directors of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, life member
of the Jewish Home for the Aged Mr
Ruskln also served as campaign
chairman and president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, member of
the Citizen's Board of the University of
Miami, member of the Crime Com-
mission of Greater Miami and a
chairman of the Building Fund for Mt
Sinai Medical Center His business
enterprises Included Co-owner of the
Scott Perry Corp.. a residential
building firm In the 1930s and '40s; Co-
owner of Alfred Destin and Co.. a
building materials company which was
later sold to Maule Industries Inc.; Co-
owner of the Public Gas Co. of Miami:
President of Rusoro Corp.; President of
Kare Kemlcal Corp.; officer and
director of Dade Wholesale Products
Co.. Inc.; and owner of Eagle Army-
Navy Stores Mr. Ruskln moved to
Miami In 1924. During World War II he
built housing for government workers
In Savannah. Ga.. and New Orleans,
La. He later was a developer and
councilman of the Town of Bay Harbor
Island, Miami Beach. He was a
member of the Israel-Miami group that
founded the Dan Hotel Chain In Israel
which grew to be the leading hotel
chain In the country and helped develop
the tourism industry. He was a
member of the American Syndicate
that discovered Heletz Field, the only
known oil field In Israel. Mr. Ruskln
was a 32nd degree Mason, a Shrlner
and an Elk. He was a patron of the Art
Institute of Miami, the Lowe Art
Museum of Coral Gables and the
Metropolitan Museum of Art In New
York. Services were held Tuesday. Oct.
12 at Temple Slnal. Interment In
Temple Slnal Cemetery with
arrangements by Riverside Chapel. In
lieu of flowers, the family requests
donations to Mount Slnal Medical
Center.
EDELSTEIN. George, of North Miami
Beach, on Oct 29 Levitt
KITOFF. Hyman. 80, of Miami Beach,
on Sept. 29. Interment Star of David.
Riverside
LIEBERMAN, Betty Interment
Lakeside Blasberg
SAGEL. William. 62, of Miami Beach,
on Sept 28 Interment Temple Israel
Riverside.
SKMMELMACKER. Morris (MurrayI,
67. of West Miami, on Sept 29
Interment Miami Memorial Park
Gordon
KURTZ. Louis. 61, of Miami, on Sept
25 Interment Star of David
Riverside.
MINTZ. Harry, of Miami Beach, on
Sept 26 Riverside.
ROSENBERG, Sarah. 79, of Miami, on
Sept 26 Interment Star of David
Gordon.
KESSLER. Rose, 86. on Oct 5 Inter
ment Mt Nebo. Riverside.
BROUDE. Anna. 87, on Oct. 6 Inter-
ment Mt Nebo Riverside.
BURNS, Rose. 67. on Oct. 6 Interment
Mt Nebo. Newman.
GROSSMAN. Henry. 84, on Oct. 6
Interment Mt. Nebo. Florida Mor-
tuary.
EPSTEIN. Morris Aron. 92. of Miami
Beach, on Sept 30 Interment Star of
David Riverside.
ZIMBLER, Harry, of Miami, on Oct 1
Interment Mt. Slnal Gordon.
BALTUCH. Joseph, of Miami Beach, on
Oct. 2 Interment Mt Slnal Newman.
GOODMAN. Lewis M of Miami
Beach, on Oct. 3. Newman.
GORDON. Dora. 84. of Miami Beach.
on Oct. 3 Interment Mt. Nebo.
Riverside
SHERMAN. Dorothy. 80. of Miami
Beach. on Oct 4 Interment
Lakeside Riverside
BLUM. Sam M 56, of Coral Gables, on
Oct. 8. Interment Star of David.
Gordon.
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Dr. Doran D. Zinner, a Miami
dentist and director of the
Institute of Oral Biology of the
University of Miami School of
Medicine, passed away Satur-
day, Oct. 9.
Dr. Zinner was born in Akron,
O. He was graduated from the
Ohio State University dental
school. After an internship in
New Orleans, he came to Miami.
During his 30-year career locally,
Dr. Zinner maintained his
practice while involved in dental
research.
Dr. Zinner was appointed first
director of the oral-biology unit
at UM's medical school 10 years
ago. He co-authored numerous
textbooks on dentistry.
Dr. Zinner was a board
chairman and one of the foun-
ders of the All-Miami Youth
Symphony, a past president of
the Florida United Cerebral
Palsy Association, and en-
couraged scientific programs for
young people. He was former
president of the Miami alumni
chapter of Alpha Omega, and a
member of the Knights of
Pythias.
He is survived by his wife
Eve; two sons, Michael and
Donald; a daughter, Karen; two
sisters, Mrs. Josephine Marks
and Mrs. Jean Mandell; and two
grandchildren.
Services were held on Oct. 11.
Interment, Mt. Sinai.
Arrangements by Gordon.
DR. DORAN ZINNER
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